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Array JOB PRINTING
We are well equipped to
turn out tliu best cIhph
uf work.
THE CRAIN BROOK HERALD
IF   YOU   WANT   CRANBROOK   TO   GROW.   PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
VOLUME  14
1RANBBOOK.   BIUTISH   COLUMBIA,   TUUBSuAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1912
NO. 30
FUNERAL OF
GENERAL BOOTH
IMMENSE    CROWDS    PAY LAST
RESPECTS-SUMMARY OP
HIS WILL.
A au nn nary if tlio will lelt by Uii-
liitc General llootli bas been made
publie. All ibe properties held by
bin) as General nf tin* Salvation
Army ami all like public trusts, hot It
real   and    personal,  Including copy*
rights, are vested la liis successor a.s
general, lot- tbc time being, of Uie
Salvation Army, to be held by bim
"upon trusts effecting same."
Ity a codicil, bis small private property, having a not value of IMK7
108. (approximate.y $2,4-10), lie gives
to tlie Salvation Army, with tbe ex*
Ceptioti of eerlain private papers ami
menu ramdn. which an- given to bis
eldest son, Hraimvell, and a few
articles olioscn by himself, which art-
given as mementoes, to each of bis
children and liis chfldreo-in-law.
Another codicil deals with property
estimated to value £5,295 ($26,475),
representing moneys settled on him
many years ago by the late Henry
Reed for private use. Tt was this
provision which enabled bim to draw
no stipend or remuneration of anj
kind from the funds of the Army.
This property is divided among his
children, B ram well, Catherine, Marian, Herbert, Eva and Lucy. His
successor, Bramwell Booth, is appointed executor of the will.
The remains of the founder of the
■Salvation Army, Genera) William
Booth, were interred beside those of
his wife last Tliursilay in the old
cemetery nf Abncy Part, In thc
heart of the Mast End of London,
where the great evangelist began! the
work that spread over the entire
world. No such gathering of the
populace on a funeral occasion has
been witnessed here except those at
the time or the death of (Jtietii
Victoria and King Edward VII.
Twenty thousand Salvationists, tbi
men and women composing the forty-
eight divisions nf the Army frnm Uie
London provinces, carrying thoii
banners nf "Blond and Kire," ami
keeping in step with the well known
Salvationist tunes played by tortj
hands, marched over the few miles
from the Army Headquarters In
Queen Victoria street to tbe burial
ground, through muddy streets, aftei
being drenched by a downpour of
rain.
ft was more in lhe nature nf n
triumphal progress than an occasion
nf mourning. In* the same street1*
only a lew years ago not a few ol
those who marched todaj1 had ■hern
mobbed and Jeered. No one could
estimate the numbers who bad .is
seniblni everywhere, gathered to witness the passage of thc funeral d We
late commander in chief Ml the
streets ami the windows along '''i
line ot march were crowded, and even
tb,* housetops were jammed with sii*
ent throngs, flags along the routs
drooped, rainsoabrd at balf-raaat,
aml mam ol the business bouses were
rinsed,
\'to multitude in ami aboul ths
cemetery numbered nol len than
iittv thousand. Thi* nca command
ei, Bramwi n  it' nib, blmsett     pro
nOUnood a  long CUlug]   and  read    tli.'
i-.nntnttiat service when his father's
body was lowered into tlw grave, \*
Uramwdl Booth was approaching Un
j,ian', Herbert Booth, dreaaed lo
civilian clothes, stepped forward sod
kiss-'it tin- new general on Un cheek
The mayoi ol Stoku Newington ami
tbe maim ni Hackney, in thei! rofaeH
oi ntllii*,   wero seated on the    ptab
lot m   with   tbe    lb utb latin U        Mi*!
t .iiiuune Booth Cllbborn, Un late
general's eldest daughtci. who foi
years bad been cMning-cd rrom ths
Ann,, uith Ini husband and iheii
twelve obihtn n, sal among Un
mourners
Miss Eva Booth, commander ol the
\ttin in thc i atted States, who aimed in London |uit *n rime to walk
behind net fathei i coffin, bro*** down
with griei and fatigue Mis Booth-
Hetlbeti begged thi audience lo ox-
cear her slater from speaking, ',;-
Ibe Army was anxious to mar Hie
American loader and she nine forward, Dram well Booth ami Mrs
Hellbcrg supporting her, Miss Booth
said:
"1 am Worn out with travel nnd.
with grief, hut I must deliver my
message frnm the Army across ito
water. Mv beloved father never lost
the hold whieb be established there
long ngo, and we feel his b ss as
keenly ns the English corps. Uo
looVed forward with so much joy to
the visit whicli be bad ptatinid to
make td America this ymr. But
God is   with us aud work will      go
on."
With the oiclamotion, "Oh, my
beloved father!" Mlaa Booth broke
down, and   was assisted ti her seat.
Worn out by the march, many Salvationists were ready to drop wben
they imc-fccd the ci-ninhry   White thit
ceremonies were going on the spar
... front of the platform began to re
semble a battlefield, wilh the faint-
Ing soldiers dropping ore all aides,
Uniformed nurses of tlte Army Ambulance Corps treated more (ban a
hundred cases, Some of ito sufferers were In a serious condition, and
> was removed from among the
crowd on tbe funeral car.
Though otic tliinl of the programme
was omitted, tlie service consumed
U , hours. Then It was il.n iu-i"-*
that a special permit was necessary
for a continuance or the ceremony,
as burials after tour o'clock an* pro
Irl Id tod.    Tin* presence of Lhe mayoi
f Stoke-New Ington, who granted the
penult, solved the difficulty.
A short distance from the starting
point in Queen Victoria street the
cnilin passed lhe Mansion Mouse, the
Bank of England and the Stoek Ex-
ihnnge. As Generaf Booth had heen
m Honorary Freeman of the city of
London, the lord mayor appeared on'
tin balcony of tbe Mansion House and
saluted the coffin,
LAST SAD RITES
SINCERE AND   UNIVERSAL RE
SPECT PAID TO MEMORY OK
LATE SALVATION' ARMY
CHIEFTAIN, GENERAL
W. BOOTH.
Time took place a ceremony in
t'ranbrook last Sunday overling, duplicated in almost every civilized por
tion of the globe, a service tn respect lo the memory of General William Booth.
In no part of the world was this
service more whole-hearted, more sin
cere than in Cranbrook, a relatively
small town, in South East Kootenay,
British Columbia.
Nothing could have told more for
cibly ol the great hold Goneral
William Booth had won on the esteem and affections of the general
public, than the large gathering, in
sidle and outside, of the Auditorium
on Sunday evening last.
Here in this comparatively oui i i
thc way community, hundreds of
citizens crowded to participate in ;;
memorial service to ono of the
world's greatest reformers.
Baker street was literally crowded
with spectators tc, listen to the ben*]
rendering tbc "Dead March." an it •
march from the Y.M.C \ to tb
Auditi hum. This building wa
quickly crowded tn capacity by     an
obviously      sun ere    audience,     whos ■
participation En the singing, and
prayers, expressed in tin most emphatic manner possible iheir heartfelt
regrel at the passing of Un    greal
bail, t
The programme as original!] published was carried out In iis entirety,
saving fm ,i fen minor changes, due
to unavoidable absence at ibe lasl
moment of one ol two billed to tako
part
The opening hymn "O Gqd Out
Help in Vfea Pail," sung by the
entire audience, was very hnpren*
slve
Then followed a fen appropriate re
marks bj Captain Stride, who pit
tided .u thc ceremony, in Un course
..I Ms remark , Captain Stride took
occasion lo read the following lliuclj
juil Intcrcsling documents:
tli.  The last,    message personallj
penned bj Un  General t-> Ma officers
throughout Uh* world
M) Pear oilicers;
Ne*ei again in see the light ol day.
Never again to behold tin* countcnan
ces of tm friends, l-fovei again to
look into the sympathetic eyea ol uu
comrades!
Nen i again to »Itnen thit  whh b
foi list) years g * bye, hot been to
me iin* sight of sights, men and wo
min kneeling at Un merej aeai
"Well pile up mj looses and thev
are man) ami serious, d admit, but
look as I have been looking Uioac
last few hours, at nil the mereiea
Hiai arc lelt t.» me "
And  it     t have    losl   some thtngl
there are others I dealre t.. poascas,
blessings which in spite of circumstances are within my reach, Irene*
urca which mj soul is bent on attaining.
\nvway, my dear oomradea, in the
light nr in the dark, ynn may count
upon your General to trust in Ood,
and go* forward.
Your affectionate general,
William Booth.
(2). The lasl menage of Un General, read nt the 171b anniversary
of tbe establishment of-the Army, >u
the course of » celebration,   at   the
Royal     Albert  Hall,    Lomlnti,  Kngland:
My Dear Comrades and Friends.
On every band the nations.ore calling us. On every hand HOW doors
J are open to us. On every hand the
Hoed Is seen to In- greater than ever.
And from this, mv Chamber or darkness, I call upon every officer, soldier
and   friend In   step qSjI timie. quickly
and  persistently for the accomplishment of     those great* puipn-e*.*      for
God 47 year* ago brought*, the
Army into existence,
The saving of men and women, also
hildren, of every elms and creed,
from Uie power of curse, and sin and
Un* setting of .lesus Christ na His
Throne in the world.
Yours-affectionately,
William Booth,
General.
('!). A special nieiibafce from (.'um-
missioner Rues, huad of tba Salvation Ain iv iu Um Ui-li in ion of (W
ada:
My Dear Comrades nnd J-'rieldi-t.
1 am writing   with » u-»»it    uutub
with soi row and witb eyes 'b*t     .tie
at times blinded with tears, foi   th«'
man that was morn to me, tbaa any
other mortal man, lies dead.
Tbe news has Ihiii cireulat.*d throughout the uni verge tliat our dear
General has gone.
That be who at the last could uo
longer see the faces uf his family,
ami the countenances uf loyal comrades, now beholds the King in liis
beauty, he who could not see through!
a glass darkly now aees Ilia Savior
face to face, in tbe aunligbt uf the
Celestial City.
I would fain close my eyes to the
truth, hut I cannot. Tlte telegraph
form with its mystic code words,
which deciphered, read thus: "Tho
General died at in.30," stare me in
the (ace and I with others, can only
lay my head upon my hands and with
tears streaming upon my fingers, sob
out the wonls: "Even so Father, for
it secmcth good in Thy sight."
In these sad hunts, I am sure we
have no need to ask you to earnestly
lift up before God, the liereaved ones,
beseeching that In Ills own way He
may at this time uphold them with
His Everlasting Arms,
I take this opportunity aa head of
the S. A. in the Dominion of Canada, in thanking yuu, fur your great
sympathy showu in tbis, uur great
loss.
Yours faithfully,
I). M   Kaea.
Following Captain Stride's remarks was a memorial selection sung
by a quartette from U.« Baptist
ihurch.
Ttie h won, ' 'Welcome Sweat
Day.'' one of the late geueral's favorites,   was next  rendered     by     tbi?
audience.
Rev, Mr. Thompson, formerly pastor of the Methodist chinch in this
city, then briefly, but very appropriately addressed the audience. Mo
was followed by Mrs. Chapman, who
sang a solo, in a very acceptable
manner Next came Rev. W. K.
Thomson, of the Presbyterian church,
who spoke m eloquent terms ot th*
departed leader. A duet "Only Re-
mrmber." by Mr. and Sift. Myslop
preceded remarks by Rev. Mr. Kendall, of the Baptist church Mr.
Stevenson then sang a snlo and Rev
Mr      Uiinham,     of      the   Methodist
church, delivered the benediction.
The service, whilst simple, was Impressive, in that all present inland
into wuh ,i spuntatieit* mi Ite vuusual
at such services
A London ■ a Me »vs Frida? here
.ihundant evidence nf the deep im-
preaalon made Thursday bv dear ral
Booth's funeral procession upon all
claaaea Ol business men In the eity
of London; tla* spectacle ul 1.000 uni
formed men and women inarching
through Ute streets, 'heli -iiss'iiiine..
.nthusiasm and restraint, the tallage uf kiog* ami empemrs Oa the
daj lollowlng General Booth's death,
oiie Influential nti/cn was wlia-d 'o
question his- real claims to g:rat-
n,ss He was comportd wilh foci-
anger; we were assured that its army
would fade awav. Old lies were re-
peated about Salvation Armv S-an
all these neers have bOM het-h-
iil and all sections united lo praise
him on Thursday bankets ml
great merchants Joined ttie po.»t >a
landing fur hours in the citv ftreala,
hai in hand, solemnly in sileve. laying tbeir tribute of resptvl as lhe
irreat procession passed by. London
has not heen so profnundly moved
e Livingstone was buried here io
1874, Hramwell Booth baa so far
made an excellent impression **.   -iv
BOARD OF
TRADE MEETING
CRANBROOK'S     BUILDING   ASH
EXHIBIT   AT   TOE   DRY
J-AKMINIl    CONGRESS
DISCUSSED,
BACK FROM FORT GEORGE
['.     KINK     RKTURKS   PROM
VERY ENJOYABLE TRIP INTO NORTHERN B. C.
Tbttia wait, unfortunately, hut u
ktitali attendance at tbc general meeting ut tbe board of trade on Tuesday
evening, Why this **as so, in view
uf Ute many matters of direcl Interest to the cltj and district to be
considered is uolntclligiblc, save on
the grounds of a lack of lively interest, by those most concerned, in
tit* best interests of Xto city.
Dr. Hall, vlcc-president, occupied
tbe chair.
Secretary Halsall read the foi-
luwinb communication from Mr. Mc*
Nichol, of the Lethbridge Exhibition
assoeiatioi:. in reference to Cranbrook's proposed .wilding at tbo Dry
Farming Congress:
Mr. Ourd, President Bnard of Trade,
Cranbrook, B.C.
Dear Sir: Following mv let ier of
recent date, I am now in p position
tr. state to yonr board, officially,
that we will lie exceedingly plcoaeh
to have.you erect a building on our
exhibition grounds, in accordance
with the blue print submit ted, anl
ihat we will make von nn allowance
of %21M toward the expense of build*
iug Ihe same
AS stated in previous hit -, it fs
understood that this bulhlin-* when
completid, IicImiks to Un- City of
Lethbridge, but Ihe Crnnbrook board
of trade arc to have tin* us <>( jt
at tbe Dry Farming Congress, and
at any other fair nr exhibition that
we may be- holding, at am time, on
tbe grounds
In event of their not wanting to
use it, it is to be used by our exhibition board here for am purpose
tbey may wish, it, of course, beiir^
lunderstood that the building is nol
damaged.
Trusting this will Ite satisfactory,
and that your board will erect this
building, I am,
Yours truly,
.1. W. McSin.l
After some discussion, as to oays
and means, when it was pointed out
that a large number of the lumbermen nf the district had promised <■ ;>-
trtbtltlOM, either of lumber or cash,
the prnpns-l| of Mr. McNIchol was
accepted.
Architect F. Rossetef bas prepar -\
plans for t-he building nnd will superintend its erection. A special
committee to arrange for exhibits
has been appointed and every effort
will be made to get together a display of farm products that wtU be
thoroughly representative cl thn
district.
Anothei special general meeting is
(tilled tor Monday inn,!i: next, ,\-
which there 0 Id »*c a large attendance. If Cranhrook is to be
properly represented at tlw Dtv
Fanning Cengreas it j.s up to every
citi/t-n to take an active part in (be
pmUmlnor) arrangements. Tina- is
xetting Nhort in whieli to complete
details uf the exhibit and it is
hoped that Monday evening next
will.wt a turnout of board of trade
members worthy of the occasion.
■id general's roceenor.
SUFFRAGETTE^ IN CANADA
London, Sept. 4.—A vigorous campaign is promised in Canada in the
part ot Xto Women's Social and Political I num. wbieh intends tn take
steps to strengthen the existing or-
Ranltattons Ibruughuul ihr Dominion.,
An official statement issued last
night says Ihat "judging by Premier
Borden's reply much agitation will
meet success. Tbe only obstacle
suggested by the premier that the
franchise nl lhe provinri,il iiMiisf-.,
has hitherto tain accepted by the
Dominion parliament—we regard as)
no obstacle nt all. We demand the
franchise for all provincial legislatures bul npetlally for the Dominion,
parliament and this (*,wit-hta the
pfwer Ol Mr Borden tn give. Aua*
ttafia and New Zealand soiof tha
benefits ot Miles tor *i>man why
skaild Canada lag Uhud'"
■I. P. and Mrs, Kink returned homo
on Sunday evening. Mr. Kink has]
been up [n the Fort Oeorge district
for several weeks, Inspecting some
nf his property interests, together
with Uu* representative ol British
capital, who may likely take them
ivcr. Mrs. Kink remained on Ute
i ast during her husband's northern
tip.
The Korl Oeorge district is going
head very rapidly, There are al-
togcthcr -some three thousand pooplc\
Central and South Fort Oeorge,
Between six and seven hundred preemptions were recorded iu the dii
trlct this year. The O.T.P. wi
build a wharf and warehouse i u   tb
waterfront of the 11. li. block
for    two years, between South Fort
Oeorge, and the Indian reservation.
Mr. Kink visited Wm, West's
rnnehe, fifteen miles south of Forll
Oeorge, where he saw fine crops nf
pot a tees, rhubarb, etc., also lomn-
tocs, growing in tlte open, al nn
elevation of some 11)00 feet above
sen level. The people in that district all appear tn be well satisfied
wilh the prospects, Mr. Kink en J
countered many forinei Cranbroo'i
citi/ens on his lour. 'lhe majorltj
of Ihem are doing well. Within a
few miles ol Korl Oeorge large
blocks of land are Mug cut up int
5 and in acre tracks ami selling from
$50 to $7fi per acre,
Kelley, a watchmaker, who worked
for Tate, in ibis eity, years ago, \*j
ngaged In lhe same business up at
Fort Oeorge.
At (Jliesnelle, on his way out, Mr.
Kink ran across several former Craubrook boya, all doing well.
mittec have been fruitful in valuable
information upon matters considered
and determined by that committee.
H'is majesty's ministers have received us mosl cordially ami we have had
she advantage of discussing with
mutual frankness quest Ions of the
greatosl importance, not only to
Canada, but lo the whole empire.
11 Among the most   Important    objects of uiti*   visit was the desire   to
obtain information   respecting conditions of naval defence a (Tec ting      the
empire.     The   stress of the   present
session   of parliament now adjourned
and oilier    unavoidable causes    prevented   us receiving full Information
iu its final form hut wc expect it will
reach us very shortly after our    return in Canada and wiib no unnecessary delo)  il will then be considered
by the Canadian cabinet.
"Several unfounded   ami Inaccurate
• I rumors in reward to incidents    which
" [have lieen the outcome of nur present
" j visit   haw gained currency in      the
11 j British and Canadian press. It would
he   Impossible to enumerate af!     of
lee that     the needs uf     the   public
will be amply catered for.
It Is quite probable that Manager
K. A. Kussii, will accompany Miss
Dc vonda in   her balloon ascensions,
TOWN TOPICS
Customs returns for th.* month of
Vugust totalled J8.443.07.
.! s, T. Alexander was down from
Fernie the first of thc week.
C. II. Craddock was In rrom Kelson
during thc week,
v     Banwell, of Fernie, was       In
wn on Tuesday.
lohn Cholditch bas returned fromj
a short vttcal Ion -;1"!.'. on lhc coast
Cob ■ 1 s. Pj-ne, of Baynes L.il.e.
was a visitor in (own during tho
week.
leased :thMrii
made in
mm CELEBRATION
8ECOND   ANNUA!,    EXHIBITION
OK THK   WINDERMERE AO-
RICIl.TrilAI.   ASSOCIATION—AND  MEET of
TIIK WINDERMERE
DISTRICT SPORTS
ASSOCIATION.
Tnrrr mil I*' cin.l i|,,it,i:i al Alli-
■Imrr nn    Beptmhct 2nili ami lilt,
Whri. till.   M.'nlrrl illll'llll m,a-linit-    nl
thr Uinili'Miit'i.-   Dlatrlet Anooliilon
Kill laki- plm     Tint,' lull I*' a Ini:
iilni,iti,,ii    ut  dlitriol  iidwii pro-
ilm-ls. I,,r Hlili1}! pri/rs ninriblltlni. tq
llimii mil be "(Iir.-il Mr. I I.. Mr-
Kay, ol Atl.i.ltu. i. i* ]iti-siiiiit. ami
E. TunnaelllTf, nl Wilnn-r, Ncretary,
The Wimlirimri' liislriit Sport!
Awnn-iati.il linlil a NtCtpg llni-lil^ all
AUuliner nn Snttiril.n. September
aik.1. uimtl will in,in,I- a iveef>atake
.liontlnK inatili in tin* liiiirniiiz, anil
a |ir<>KMIIiriir nl atlill'tii' spmts    ant
hnrac racr* in    tin- atternooa.
Tbe i-nnitnlttre    In rliari?- nl tin's,-
sport* ll. linlil tlm   fi'llnuir.i:    Atli.ll-
mer, J. I.. Mr-Kay, .1. B. Cormrall,
tlert DominR. C. Oroolt, Capt. Tlmr.
old, Invcrtmre, A Itllcble, Oeo.
SUu-ke, A. Mnlliinil.ilrii'. f. St.ak-
tlale, Wlliirr. A. Moore, \ Taylor,
c. E. Stalker. WMennerr, Kd SI..I
dart. S. CNtf ami J C, I'ltla
«• liiila. riniini-,, Saptmtei Ntfei
ataaa will ht a dawa.
DEW mm SCHOOL
FOB BOYS  AND CURLS TO      BR
OPENED IN THIS CITV UN-
|>ER  SKIM,KB     DIRECTORATE*
What will be known as the King
Kit ward schorl, will he opened shortly on Armstrong avenue, in the K»n-
hy premises, just below the I'lesby-
terian ehurcli. This new school will
he conducted by tlie Misses Chcrring-
lon and Hodgson, l»oth ff whom ore
thoroughly trained experienced English teachers.
Miss einTrinitfon holds ;| teacher's
ivrtitieate from the Cambridge High
Local, alsti an educational diploma
Irom Birmingham University.
Miss Hodgson, who is a spcclnllati
In deaf and dumb tuition, also holds
i Cambridge High Local certificate
These ladies have enjoyed several
-ears practical experience as tmriv*
tts in Knglaml. In connection with
;'iis Reboot there will be a kindergarten class for tbe little ones undei the
inpervlsion of Miss Hodgson*
Whilst it is the intention of the
promoters t» arrange for boarding
pupils, this will nnt In- possible at
tin outset, as tin*, have ,.- r. Unable
t<» tecure adequate quarters, but in
rlus course this difficulty will be
overcome. Kor th- present Ihe
school will In* cnndiicted simply as a
la. school, hours from B am. tn 12
p tn.. ami from 2 to I p.m., th"
bouts ol the kindcrgartm being from
If) am. to 12 m. Tin re mil to
four terms ol ten weeks each.
The curriculum will Include: the
three "R'a,11 nature Rtude, history,
biography, scripture, physical culture, French, nccdlewotk, drawing,
lass Ringing, piano, etc.
it is expected lo commence tbe
irst term nn Wednesday, Septembei
I lib, Tne Mtsaes Cberringlon and
fodgson come eery lnghli recommended to Cranbrooh Thej have
had tears ol experience In large centra ol educational activity in England, and,    in addition    to thorough
Allusion, however, may be
om*. Sit Wilfrid I*auriei
has not dcclinal to meet myself i
inference with certain British ministers fur the very good reason that
In* hns nol been asked to do so in I
f. t ih* further reason that no visits of Itiitisb ministers tn Canada
have ycl been arranged.
'1 desire to express   my ven corn
cs-! and grateful appreciation of    lho
warm welcome which everywhere and
a,I    sides has been accorded      us
in- our an ivnl in   Kngland      - I'll
■epiion in   Krnnce was etpjallj i  I
dial.      Limitations upon my       time
prevented     me from i rten ling
visit to   other    portions of the
Hritish Isles aiid the continent       ol
rope, bul I hope tn supply        that
Ission mi a future and early occa-
m.    We idmll take bark a*tUt
Canada Uw happiest mcraori* *
preseni visit.     Kspedally have    w,
been    Impn jsed by the keen Interest
of the Hritish people In th.  pi
development   and   Influence of       tlie
overseas  dominions       !'.■ yond do
there is in these   Islai -i   * c can • '
and confident spirit     of hi pe and anticipation     that     In *'•   momei •■■ •
years which are already upon us   thc
complex and   difficult proWei
confront this vast empire will to solved wisely,     worthily and :i .-<
ance with t1"1 loftiest traditions
our history."
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N01E OF WARNING
There has been issued, by din
of the minister of agriculture at Ottawa,   a conspicuous    poster liillir^
the attention of pntatn growers
the importance rf examining    tbe
crop to ascertain    wfceUi r
is infected    with   "Potati  Canker."
The hanger   thews in natural rolori
a potato plant  the whole yield      cl
which is affected b) the disease     II
also shows    the appcaran-t- if individual tubers in which the canker has
started to work     Orowen   ■ I    d
cover  suspicious - mptM
disease in their crop ar-- retyuested *
send affected  BPecimem to the Bran*
Inton Botanist,   Experimental Farm,
Ottawa.    The  poster Is Issued      aa
Farmers'  Cin ular So. -^. "f the Di*
vision ol Rot-On) and is being      du>
trlbuted by tbe publications Branch
of the Department ol Agriculture,
TO BK (AK    OK FEAT! RES OP
COM INO AGRICULTURAL
PALL PAIR.
T!.e directors <>f the Agi I ilturs
Fall Fair have completed arrongei
mints    with the Voughan PubHabing
[company, <>( Chicago, fm the appeal
.iin •■ here   d irlng th mind '•■"   ,,;
Miss Dorothy   DeVi nda, who
mall one balloon ascension and para
j chute drop eai h daj "f the fair
This will entail a heavy expense upon iIk* fan managers and II is **\-
pectod thai ti„-   public will turn out
•holastie   training, will give special«j„ forn. Ul W)tm.ss th,.M, 0IhiWU.
attention lo the
in deportment.
training *-f children
The directors are   putting forward
very special   efforts   t" secure thor-
   nugbly   rc|»resentatiw-   evhibits    frnn,
DDrilirD   DllDlirii'C   UlCCinil nI1 **&***   ,,f *** Cranbrook   dis
rntWItn    OUnUtn 3   lUalUll Wet, and a special requett Is   mad.
[of every farmer in the districl to co-
I operate with them in ili-ir efforts ba
build up the annual Fall Fair.
|   owing to the |arge numbei ol    en-
CONTItABB'TS   RRRONEOI S Iti
PORTS PUBLISHED IN TIIK
PRESS,
[More sailing from Kngland on Pri*
da. hist. Premier Borden banded lhe
ratiadian \ssonated press the following olfit lal statement covering In-
visit*
"iiunng out presenl visit which is
now drawing lo s crnclaston, mailers of ennslderal.li- moment have
been under OOfllMeratloa and the op
port unities aflordcd the Cunathau
ministers ot being    pir-tent  at imvt
tries Oominfl in, it is speciallj re-
quetted that exhibitors bring in Unit
exhibits not later than the ISth September, in order that there may be
atnpb- time to properly classify ami
display same. There will tie more
space snd grca-iet facilities for display purposes than ever before, and
Il desirable thai tin- best lion
possible should be made of these
opportunities,
Tin-   refreshment   Imh»Ui privilegM
hare  hern awarded    io \to   Ladles
(•mid nt I litis I  rniireti, who gUOTafl
■■   ^   v- '    Hat oe-
\ . raid
apple in-,   thai  hai   a    n I D
fine crop ol Iruit, Is in lull      ■ ... ■,
again.
''n   Wednesday     m \i the W<   • , i
M   ■  ■*  Circle will hold then rogulai)
open     meeting    In       the    BapUat
when   an Interesting    pro-
r * ■   chiefly musical, will |H> given.     Everybody welcome.
The Kin Mei * lb Co hav,-
modi a great clearing in their china
<:•:..*** ent, ■ • thei ■■ill have some
exceptional ral ies if •.< u ai ■ in mi^li
M anvtbinc in the china nr glass
line it will pa; j to t isil this de-
... ...
A    mase meeting ot   the graduate
■ ■■  ■  ■   will be    held
church school room, Vanity, SepU robei 10th, at
►bject ol   the meeting
\% to    organize a    British Columbia
Qroduaic Nurses AsKxHation, for \hu
:   ::* -■   n!    ■ '.:::.:*._   r'*-M-l!, ':■•:.  Ii r
es of the province*. It is hoped all who can possibly attend*   will
■ .-'lit.
will to a meeting o|      the
' ■ •;■■     and Pel Stock
= Friday evening, Sep-
•■'■. al  12 HI o'clock in    the
governmenl     bui] ling.      All    local
poultry-men   who ha>** the welfare ol
.at ion at heart and        the
tbe p :.: the
coming   Fall    Fair    should make ft
■■•     ;. •    attend
Bc4on   | a •*. .las.
Vrv-l'i ruid    E      'v. Hill, ye terda]
. .   .i -...r   noi e. t-  ti'.      Eg-
•>■'.•. ..>:• .,,   ; -.i anowei      to    a
rge - s ("hin-
:. j- . -!   I.-*    Ii .     I'   ;.:i:    .      !|.a'
Lee Dee along
• Cen
tury restaurant bandi stuck*
[rool *-f bis pants    Without
« f any kind, Kggleston push*
■I linst bim. whipiK-il nut      a
I nife   and    mat!    , him.
Luckily I«ee Dee1 gh1     the
rniuht
have proved s la*^! Injury. Constable
Baxter bappei i d r n g ..''*l quickly
look Kggleaton In charge The pris-
.t. ■ attempted to reaisl arresrt, but
be wa is a child *r. Uie bands of
H■■* utd notn Khsteodlng threata
lo eut out Um natal bear! Ih*
was q ilcklj hmded in ail I
. 1 ■/ up f.-r trial      and
will   hk. iv   to ur-     before     Judge
.a*:*, nexl era li    Lee 1 ►•-•»
. ,i w. ii ■ nd lownj
pgaged i*  ■
(Vit    i  .       [exceptional    pretty
plendid-t
\y baton ed Bil )    Hingle*'
CIDtord iiiptinrt.il by thai clever
prima donna, Mam: Welter, will lw
wen It the merriest ol musical t.*t
CCS, 'The Oirl, Tbe Man ard Tw
Dome?" .it Um lodltorium on Sa-
turday. September 1th, The suc-
... U rr pla    *     :*.. I sea
son from coast to coast was little
sti< rt ol phenomenal. This sea«nn it
will to seen to much bettei advantage, the company being improved by
th■ sdditton "( Mies Matt*' Wetter
and a verj clever little singing nml*
dancing lOUbrctte, Miss Mae Collins, Who was a feature Ihi past ..en-,
son in "The Pink Lady" ami al Hie
Pollen lt.rc.-rf. In Ken Vork. Tlm
chorus will in- up to tlw CHfford
standard, whieli means much, nnd
Billy wlH have the besi snd brightest selection of eongs he has ever
bad in  bis ,..*■■■ career.    "The Oirl*
j The Man and The Home"  I m •
IccSR with a capital "S," ns       Hillv
'Clifford's brand "f comedj and daoo>
iug i* (Wightfullj pleasing. THE   ORANBROOK   HERALD
SHARP EXCHANGE OF PERSONALITIES   BETWEEN CHURCHILL AND BONAR LAW,
l.ati- London, England, papers contain tbo lollowlng correspondence,
arising out of the Home Huh* ,;ties-
tion:
Mr. Churchill, first lord of the
admiralty, has addressed a letter to
Sir Geo. Hitchte, chairman nf the
Dundee Liberal association, In
which he draws attention lo thc
"encouragement shown hy th.- rnliu**.
Conservative leaders to doctrines of
lawless violence."   The letter L-iuil-n
Mr, Donni Law nml his lloutenant,
Sir   Edward ('arson, hava for    sonut
(lionWlfl     past, nn repeated occasion*,
Incited thr Orangemon to wage civil
war iiinui their fcllow-cuinliymeii,
and, if necessary, upon the forces ot
the crown, and tho former h,is even
suggested that this process in Ireland should he nct'jinpfiii.ul in rtm*
land by the lynching o! his iiinjesty'H
ministers.
No doubt it is li'lt- '.bat then
foolish and wicked .v. t Is go lar beyond the intentions nf the speakeis,
and that they would ba uuspivlahl;
shocked and frightened if nil tits
melodramatic stull in wlr.tii tiny ale
Indulging wen- suddenly to explodo
into real bombs and cannon, if the
ground nf this peaceful kingdom were
sin-wu with English and Irish corpses slain iu fratricidal strife, and if,
Instead ol eagerly expecting to kiss
bauds on obtaining olTice, there was
nothing before lliem but the bleak
outlook of a felon's cell or place of
execution*
Men have Urn found, and will be
found again, in the world to dare
ami Buffer all things In resistance to
lyrantij or to a fi reign conqucroi
Hut these are not the elreuinslauces;
nml, witli all respect, these arc nol
thr men.
Their -'nul war" has led hi nothing more at present than the mnl
treatmeiil ami intimidation by gangs
of hooligans oi a few hundreds < (
isolated Belfast workmen becaust
thrv an- Home Rulers nr Koimiu
Catholics; and their "lynching ol
ministers" has so far only taken Uie
form nl Insulting and howling down
ihe prime minlstei in the house nl
commons.
Violence   within lhe realm   is   the
mttrk nf the bnd  Citizen.      Those  win.
an- must read)  tn raise their   hands
against   iiit'ii fcllaw-countryn.cn will
1.- the  last to bo trusted In tbc lace
■ I lorcign peril.
Tbere have  been signs ol late Uml
a weaker, morbid, excitable, hysterical spirit Ir amongst us. it is abominable that  ti of high and fortunate position should pander to it. ll is
Incredible thai a Conservative lender,
anxious and  hopeful   In nSSUUIC        tbe
grave responsibilities nf office, should
Inflame it.
Mi    Bonar   Law   declares  that      the
Orangemen were specialty Justified in
rebelling, because   Home Itulo     was
nnt au issue at    the last election
This statement is untrue If it wen-
true, it would to wholly Inadequate;
and, ti ir false, H fs wlioH) irrelevant.
There an- man)' millions of very
poor people in this Island iNvnrced)
trom the land, erowdod into the
back sheets of cities, forced to toil
f<» a scanty reward through their
whole span of    existence, who suffei
the   cruel   Sting  and  pressure  of    tn
ciimstanccs, and have little (n lose
except their lives, in whom these
counsels ol violence and mutiny may
nni be iiuat 11 act ive, and wfm may be
!' red tu their own and tn the public
disaster by hearkening to them,
The doctrines nf Mr. Bminr Law al
Blenheim are tin* doctrines ol Mr,
Hen Tlllcll nn Tower Mill. Bul Til-
lett's men were starving.
This behavior is lho more reprehensible because it is entirely unprovoked No public man—I,literal or
Nationalist—has threatened the Orangemen with force. Wo seek tu
liberate nm tn enthrall; in conciliate,
nol to coerce. All this talk ol
violence, ol bayonets and bullets, id
H'bellion and civil war, bus oomq
from one side alone. The Oiamii*-
tiuti have always been notorious for
tb>> Intemperance ol thelt lunguagfl
ami inr the religious bigotry which
explains, though it does not excuio
it
lint no* we havo tin* Conservative
leader accepting and endorsing nil
their worst excesses, and committing
his parly to the proposition that
ads     which ate in  themselves cruel,
wicked, and contrary to law become good and praiseworthy if they
arise from a political motive.
Vet it is onlj twelve years since
tlie Conservative government which
be supported waa punishing with rigour Dutchmen wbn had sided win]
(hell blond relations in tlie field. And|
in less than twelve months—if Homo
Huh- wen- frustrated-he* might lie
Sending Irish Nationalists tn penal
servitude and the gallows, and hold"
im: three provinces of Ireland'in the
grip nf a Coercion Act, Jrv the nana
of itint same law  and order whieh In]
himself is now reckless in trample)
down
Tin* time may well come afler nl(
these years of labor when tin* dlrec
linn ut national pnllev shnuld pass 1,|
i.ili't-
n
What kind of a
silo will yours
be?
Wood—or
Concrete ?
IF you were to build two silos—one of wood, the other of concrete side by side, and
then could see them as they will look after five years of scrvic. "oil wouldn't have
to think twice to decide which is thc best material, ln a lew i in in ire there
wouldn't bc much of the original wooden silo left -the repairing you'd have to do w luld bias troublesome and cost as much as the building of an entirely new one. lint llle passage oi
five, len, fifteen or even twenty years will make no difference to the hard-as-rock wall of tlie
concrete silo.
CONCRETE SILOS LAST FOREVER
Cranbrook Agricultural
Association
i need ito Iniurance agulnit iu
bet fur llliutlufr reim-i. I"i *
' better, and thercfiire emtiiii*'
WIND,   rain, lire and lightning are alike defied hy concrete.       Yn
destruction, became it cannot he destroyed.   Concrete >il*»* un
concrete keepi the ensilage a: an even temperature, ia that it "cure*
inure food-value for your itock.
YOU CAN BUILD ONE YOURSELF
NO m»tttr whether you have ever used concrete or not, you can build a concrete silt
"What the Farmer Can Do With Concrete." give* all the Information you will ni
about (Hot, but about icorci of other uiea for concrete on the farm. It Isn't a t.itii:
advertising circular. A handsome book of 160 pages, well Illustrated, and written for f.
free. Just send your name and address on a postcard or In a letter and the book will
by return mall.
Address Publicity Manager
Cinada   Cement   Company   Limited
503 Herald Building, Montreal
r'-yr-T* v™"***"*?^'
Otr b"*oki
■d. not only
iue, nor .in
mem. It If
it  free
Il will nol collie until ilu- lender of
Lite Conservative party divests hlm-
si-if oi doctrines which dlstjuallly bint
nud those who buck him from tlie
discharge of ofllcial responsibilities,
by wlrich everv lawless ns disruptive
noveiniirt in any part of tin* emplra
an b<- justified, and Irom whieh
every street bully with a brick-bo*!
and every crafty fanatic wlm is In nib*-
ling with the pistol may derive inspiration,
mi: bonar law kki-liks.
Mr. HiuiaiT.aw, replying through
ilu* Iniiniist Central offlce, ou Monday, said that Mr. Churchill ltai)|
begged tlu* question in dispute,    and
wenl  on:
Ile speaks us il iu nur resistance
io the attempt nf tin* government !<•
.hive llle people ol I Ister out ol llie
union againsl Iheir will we were resisting lhe principle ol representative
government.   Such a charge    might,
with   some     plausibility, have     been
directed against Mr. Churchill's father, wbn held that Ulster would he
justified in resisting Home It uie by
e. although al that time the , occasion Ior resistance could not have
arisen until the majority of iln*
people ol the I'niled Kingdom Imd
clearly expressed their approval of
Home Hub..
ward Carson is lhe moving spirit
in tin organization whieh has openlti
avowed its Intention to set un ai
provisional government—tbat is tn
say, a governmenl against the crown
ami parliament.
There has been a large importation
of arms into the Orange counties of
lister; there is widespread drilling
and training iu ilu- use of lethal
weapons, Mr. Bonar Law said, "I
ean imagine no length lo whlcn Ulster will go iu whieh I .shall nnt he
ready to support them."
Surely these are mad tactics Ior
the leader nl n party wbieh hopes
that it will soon lie railed upon to
govern the land and vindicate with
■nit fear nt* favor the majesty of tin-
law!
The leader ol the opposition occupies n situation nf responsibility in
the state second only.to tho-1 of thi
prime minister, Hut these speeches
which be ami Sir Kdwanl Carson
have been making Iin***',' nnt hem
warnings in the government! bui incitement's tn the Orangemen., and, as
tin* detestable incidents which havo
lat'-ly taken place in Belfast prove,
I Jit v have been nnly too well Interpreted by those to whom they wen*
addressed.
Wns it necessary, for the sake of
warning ministers, to express appro-
hiiiiou nf the organized drilling   and
Thev  won the election by  parading   arming of a    province? The exlravag-
11n- preamble   nf the parliament bill,
bv pledging themselves tn a   reform
ol the second chamber.     That pledge
was, as Ihe     prime minister told us.
'a debl of honor."     They have     re*
•inhaled    Ihat  debt.     Why?  Brians-
thev know   lhal any second chamber,
iwever   constituted,   would nol peril  a great   change, like Home    Itule
i be made until il had been submit
•d lo the electors, and because they
know also that if it   wen- submitted
i. lhc electors, it would be emphali-
nllt and finally condemned.
At Ihe election,   also, ns the resull
il which they claim the tight lo
carry Home Hub-, thev carefully concealed fmni the electors that llnrne,
Rule waa an issue, and all Iln- leading mcmliers of the government, in
eluding the Irish secretary, omitted
nny reference io iho subject in Mieir
election addresses. Can anyone douhl
thai it was omitted deliberate!) he-
cause they wen- afraid openly <u
avow their Intentions?
Mr, Churchill is qtllto right. in
thinking that I dn mil anticipate
civil war, and il is natural Hint he
should Imagine thai our action
dictated hv the desire to obtain office; hui to is mistaken. Then- would
lune been a real danger of civil war
if the governmenl had been allowed
to move blindly towards the precipice
without a clear warning nf the danger! in front (d Ihem.
They now know tbnt if Ihey attempt, without rust obtaining] tbe
anctinn ol Ihe electors, tn drive
1 Islet mil of   the union, the attempt
11 he resisted nnt only     by      the
talists of Ireland, but by an overwhelming majority of the people of
fireat llritain; and the attempt    will
I Ih* made.
lance and recklessness of Mr. Ilonar
Law's speech and conduct, their disproportion tn circumstances, their
precipitancy, arc foreign to the instincts   nf    lhe    party which      he
1 leads.
HOME RULE-BUT VOT YET.
.
USE HERPICIDE
FIHST LORD'S   RETOIbT.
Mr. Chun-hill replied to this communication nn Wednesday in the lorm
nf annlhei* letter In Sir (I. Kilehie,
At tbe outset he remarked Miati
there was a good deal of "bltlH"
about the utterances of Mr. Bonar
Law nud Sir R. Carson, and continued:
If .i man is flrml\ persuaded tbat
n certain thing Is not going lo bap
pen, it becomes rather a cheap business for him tn utter Mood-curdling
menaces ol what ho will do if it d<w*si
happen.
We ennnot, however, accept Mr.
Bonar Law's reassurances, sir     Kd
And what are these miserable jqUib- I
hies bv which the Conservative had- j
er seeks tfl    justify duel lines of     re- I
hellion'' That Unite Utile was      not-
mentioned   in   ihc election addresses I
of certain ministers; that ihe     preamble In lhc Parliament Act has not
yet heen    carried Into effect.    These1
contentions    have been dealt       wilb.
Can such a slender fabric span       Ihe
gulf    between     constitutional action
nud   civil     war'    \re   these really
grounds    which moke killing no murder''
Mi. Bonar Law believes that his
party are going) to win, and tbnt
thev are going In win soon. If be is
nght, why not win honorabty? Why
imi win patiently? Above all, why
not arrive in a condition fit to do
tlio work Inwards which he stretches
is [such eager hands?
Many months have yet to pass, ami
many deputations must take place
lefon- a Hi me Itule bill can become
law. Another lengthy pi-rind must
Intervene before it can begin to
enme into operation. A third lengthy .md Indefinite period must     in
any   case elapse   before lhe slightest!
oppression or invidious treatment, or
prejudicial legislation, or administrative neglect, could touch the Unionists of lister.
The present house of commons has
already lived more than n third of
its kill legal term. H the day wet,*
ever to come when the Protestants of
lister should be cot-rced Into submission to an Irish parliament, and
if Mr. Bonar Law Is right in his
electioneering—ho has been wrong before—his would to the hand that
wollM control the imperial executive
in that crisis.
Mr. Ilonar Law may try to scramble out Of his mess as be chooses,
hut he bas drawn a blank cheque of
indefinite currency ngaiost the
whnle resources of tbe Unionist
party, which any ruffian or any lunatic mm present mny morning fnr
payment filled in by tin- hand nf
crime.
A feeling of uncertainty, a dread id
possible disappointment always *
wiib an "off brand'' hair preparation. Thai is part nf tin- purchase,
just as iikiHi so as lhc label on the
bottle.
Vou don't get this with a bottle
ol Newbro's Herpiclde. it is not an
experiment. Von number among
■.nur acquaintances and friends hundreds who have -used llerpicide with
satisfaction, and you know thai you
can do the same The nsuits an
always positive, always right.
Newbro's Herpicide kills the dandrufl germ and stops falling hair.
Newbro's Herpiclde in 50c. ant|
$1.11(1 si/.es is sold by all dealers ami
guarantee it to do all that is claimed. If you are not satisfied your
money will be refunded.
Bcattie-Murphj Co., Ltd., Special
Agents.
WILMER ENTERTAINS A DUKE
Wilmer, B. V . Sept. 1.—His firai\\
tne Duke of Sutherland came In
from Oolden h) a special motor car
and is a guest nf K- Randolph Bruce,-
His ((race made the trip fnr lhe
special purpose < f examining lhe Iruit
lands in ibis neighborhood, Ih*,    will
return to Oolden tomorrow.
*» *>**>• *»*-    —■
IH) NOT    SWALLOW   Tlll-.IK OWN
MEDICINE.
The Canadian Manufacturers' association should scud an embassy to
the wesl. lo explain to thc people iu
this part nf the Dominion the reason
why it is all   right fnr the -members
of Mint   assoclalian In buy $150, ,-
nun from I nited Stales insurance
companies, hut all wrong fur the
people of this part of the country to
want to have any truck or traffic
with the I nited States.
The official  of   the Manufacturers'
I A-ssooiatlnn who has publicly made
the admission about the 1180,000,000
|o( insurance, Justifies ihal dealing)
with United states companies nn
ihe ground that the Canadian manufacturers can buy insurance cheaper
in the Culled Slates ihan thej can
in Canada, Does anl Ibis plea knock
the whnle under-pinning oui from
under lhe arguments about building
up Canada, keeping our money In the
country, augmenting the home market, and sn otl and so forth?— Winnipeg Free Press).
CRANBROOK
m D. Oi
ORANBROOK
B. C.
Under the patronage of the Provincial Government of British Columbia and the Corporation of the City of Cranbrook
SEPT. 19th & 20th, 1912
Live Stock, Agricultural and Horticultural Products, Arts, flanufac-
tures, Fisheries and Mines
$5.000.00 IN PRIZES
Two Days' Races, Balloon Ascension
and Athletic Sports
DON T FORCET THE DATE, SEPT. 19 & 20
For Prize List or Entry Forms apply to
ROBERT F. DAVIS, Secretary
Cheap Rates from all points south of Fernie
Notice
The    Directors    of the Cranbrook
grlcultural Association, lune made
irrangemenU with tho c.|\K. Railway fnr cheap rales from the following points:
Rrom Kernic, aud all poinls south
of Cranhrook.
From Kootenay Landing and all
pi ints north In Cranhrook.
From all points on tlie Kimbcrley
Branch.
rickets nn Bale Irom the l'lh to
10th. Reduced rates: Fare and one-
id. Display this 31-tf |
The Home Bakery
li--iii-:iiT Phaur, Prop.
Fresh Bread, CaRes, Pics, and
Pastries of All Kinds
I'linxi-: B7
Norbury Ave.      Opp, Oily Hull
THE .II'liK'I.M. DISTRICT OK
MOOSH JAW.
\' Till-: MATTKH "I tlw Estate (I
Arthur llruiii-aii, ilrc-used, bit.- ol
Township Tlirco (-i) Itango Twenty iiii). Wesl ol Mi.- Tliinl Meridian, in bite Provlnco ol Haftta!
t'lit-wali.
TAKE NOTICE Ihnl pursuant to.
iln- order nf Mix Honor Judge iiiisr-
li-y herein, dated llu- I7lli day ul
August, wvi, nil persons having
i-iaitiis against llir said estate are nn
quired tr. send in In N. 11. HolTmnn,
ol Ihe Town ol (lull Lake, in tin*
Province ol Saskatchewan, solicitor
for the administrator ul tin- said estate, nu nr lieforu Uio Iirsl day of
lleceilllipr, 1AI2. a slatciiii-nt nf tln-ir
respective claims nualnst liie said
estate duly verified Iiy statutory declaration, together with a statement
of. the security if any held hy lliem,
respectively.
Ilat<-d ot (lull Lake, Mask., tills
30l.h day ol August, A.I)., 1»I2.
N. It. HolTmnn,
Otill Lake, K.-„-u.
Solicitor tor the Administrator.
as-at
NOTICE.
IN THE MATTEI! OF AN APPLICATION ior   the issue ol a duplicate
Certificate ol Title    to Lots 1 and
Block 11,  Town    ol   Wardner,   Map
039.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY 01VE
tliat it is my Intention to issue nt
tin- expiration ol one month alter thc
first publication hereof a duplicate ol
tho Cortlfloato ol Tille to the above
mentioned Int in the name «l W. M.
I.eete, whicli certificate is dated the
BSth day ol July, ISM, nnd tiuinl^crel
109SK.
Sam 1 It. Hoc,
District Registrar.
Nelson, 11. ('.,
27th July, lllll Sl-U
TRESPASS  NOTICE.
Anyone found trespassing on the
llardarrock properey, formerly known
as Pattou's Lake, w-ill he prosecuted.
33-8t A. II. Plavle.
NOTIOE,
NOTICE IS
thai Ihiriy du;
to apply lo the
of Lands and tn
HEREBY   GIVEN
s after dale I Intend
Chief Commissioner
the Assistant   Coni-
'!•'*   Vl,; V.''
Lake View
Hotel
I'.MI. H-AN'M.RY
I'UOI-RIRTOH
St. Mary's Lake. II. C.    k
(iiicslfi conveyed from
Mur.VKvilli- to tho hotel
Iiy motor car nr loam.
Excellent Hshing Resort   m
Onsolino utul  Row
BoiiIh lor Hint
90 I 111 pi
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CANADIAN
ACIFIC
"The
Stampede"
Frontier Days Celebration
CALGARY, Alta.
Sept. 2-7,1912
Single Fare for
the Round Trip
Going Dates, Aug. 31 lo
Sept. 5
Final Return Limit, Sept. 9
1912
Apply to Local Agent fur Ticket*
R.G.MoNKlU.IE,
Dlllt. PiiHHIMIlMT A tit III
Calgnry
missioner ol Lauds for lhc Dislrict
< I Kast Kootenay fur a license ta
prospecl itir conl nml potrolcmi) on
Hie lollowlng described lamls, slm-
ato on the North Pork nf .Michel
Creek, about six miles north of tlio
Canadian Pacini* Rail rood ami lying
between the Mclnnes Oroup ami tin1
Crows Nest Pass Coal Company's
land:
Commencing at a I'osl planted at
\. Hopson's north-west corner, samd
being Die initial post of .1. K, Wil
son's claim nml marked ".I. K. Wilson's soiitli-wcst corner," ihence no
chains nortb; Ihence SO chains east;
thence 81) chains soulh, thence HO
chnins west lo place ol beginning)
Containing 0-10 acres,  more ot  less.
Located August 201b, 1012.
.1. k. Wilson, Locator.
DnLlOG l.nmeiiuv, Agent. 'IS-S
■NOTICE
NOTIOE is llKKKHY OIVKN
thai thirty days after dale I Intend
to apply io lhe chief Commissioner
of I,amis and to the Assistant Com*)
missioner of Lamls Ior tin- Districl
of KukI Kootenay for » license tn
prospect for coal and petroleum    nn
thn following itoscrlliwl lands, situate
on the North Pork ol Michel Creek,
ahoul six miles north of thc (\iiud-
iliati Pacific Railroad nml lying between the Mclnnes Group and thej
Crows Nest I'ass Conl Company's;
land:
Commencing nt a post planl«l at'
.1. K. Wilson's south-west corner,
same being the initial post) of Lewis
Bowtlls' claim, and marked Lewis
Bowlus* south-cast corner," thenco
Sii chains north, thence fin chains
west; thence HO chnins south; thenee
fill chains east to plnce of lieglnnlng,
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located August 20th, 11)12.
Lewis Bowlus, Locator.
Batice Lameroux, Agent. .15-5 TIIK   CRANIUiOOK    HICHAM)
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biviies you lo Ike
SPOKANE SFAIR
Sep*r.30ioOci.61912
Tke Wand Empires Holidiy
fSeveti days and six niMgof
education and amusentSti • •
Same/Aind /o jn/eres/every vtirfoPj
Reduced'Railway Ra/esl
\vVil. lo Rcfcl H Cosjb-ov.. Pccy for Premium Lint ml j
I'luntntid Daily troftui B^.-jk^j; B j^Vi.0* I
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41 Market Company
Wc handlti nothing but tho finest quality
Hams, Bacon, Fresh Meats, Poultry and Fish
A tritil order will convince you of tlieir excellence
PHONE 72
Try our Brookfield Creamery Butter
IKUestern IResibential Schools
Distinctively Christian - Non ■ Da nom i national
BKAEMAR
A liiuh-i-iiisH reatrienttul and day school
tur km h uf nil age*.
Bhangbnessy Heights, Vancouver,
Liirirp grounds, magnlflceDt hnlldlnaa,
with ever; modern appliance for health
nml I'umfiiif.
LANGARA
A residential mid dny m luml fur boy*.
r'iit.'i'ii iii-n-H. ndjnltiiiig Hhnughnepsy
Height**, Vancouver.
BiilldlnnK, embodying the Intent Idwis
in xt'lioui architect wc, in accommodate
:»hi boye.
Rducntlomil Rlnmlard of the hlgbrst.
Full provision (nr uthletlca.
Both schools open this autumn.   For particulars address
Rtaff unequalled; every teacber ■• ipa
i'inlii"( in hi'r 11,in department.
Dr. E. D. HcLARHN. 4 Stanley Court, Vancouver, B. C.
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Light Your House
in  tho city or country with onr Tungsten
lamp.    We enn eut your
Lighting Expense Down
to the Minimum
Also use our heating ami cooking dovices.
Evory t hi uh goes with nn absolute guarantee.
Davis Bros. Electric Co.
LIMITED
CRANBROOK
The Largest Kleclrical Supply House
in tbo Kootenays
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VIO. IHU.I,INS, Mrt,
Phone
eyiiKiur T'.iiiO
Granville
Palace Hotel
ROLLINS Ul!<is„ Proprietors
1221 Granville Street
VANCOUVER      -      B. C.
Two hundred elogantly fiuiiisln-il rooms. Evory modern
ooiivi'iiii!ii"o. Kluviitor service. Oufo in conneotion, Hooms
$1.00 por tiny uml upwards.
Up-eountry visitors to tliu Terminal City will Iiml every
eonvenionca and comfort al tin; I Iran villi- Palace, spurial
attention being paid to their wants.
MACHINE THAT ENABLES
COAL TO BE PIMPED
No industry is moro proline of
disaster, both distressful ami costly,
tlian conl mining, ami wi other industry ol this country, owing to tlm
crude methods employed, Imposes
such hardships up(,n the workman
Immediately engaged in taking coal
Irom tho vein. To alleviate these
dangerous conditions -J. II tlomllcy
ami W. II, Knlghl have developed .1,
system nr mining coal liy machinery.
Primarily designed to cut thu
whole scam of coal inio a granular
state writable for coking, Ibis coalmining machine may modify tin- arli
not only of mining eoal, but of trans,
purling ami consuming it. It is well
known tliat granular or powdered
coal, wilb ibc aid nf water, can be
pumped through pipes at tur less
cosl Uiiui ii can in- transported by
rail, li Is also certain lhal powdered in.il, when blown into a furnace
Willi an air blast, burns wilb much
more economy llran dues lump cnal
u In n burned oil Ibc grate.
There are, however, 100,000,000
tnns of coal coked each year in
this country, and it is with especia1,
reference to tbis kind of coal that
tbe inveirtois hav** directed their
attention.
The milling machine not only cuts
the coal from lloor to roof into a
finely powdered slate, but pumps it,
mixed with water if the mine, to ■■,
distant coal washer or to coal bins
adjacent to the coke ovens, it necessarily does away with the use of
explosives, and with tlie coal dost.
The system fs a peculiasly sale one
to use in gaseous mines on this account.
The machine itscll is automatic,
advancing by a simple hydraulic leed
mechanism which propels it ufonu
the lloor into the face ol lhe seam,
the rotary cutters 011 ihe armature
shaft of the induction motor cutting
the eoal very much as a eirculavv saw
cuts wood. The motor is given, in
addition to-its forward movement, a
side wise swinging motion through a
limited angle so that thc proper
width may Ik- cut. Any parings are,
of course, comminuted at the s.unit
time as the eoal, and ate separate*^
afterward in the washing process. A
fire engine hose leading from some
source of water under pressure en-
he thrown against the face of the
eoal while it is being cut. thus eliminating all dust and keeping tho
tools cold. Tbe water carries oft
thc comminuted product tn the n<*ar-
ables a powerful stream ol water to'
est sump, whence it is pumped to
any desired destination, The maclriiw,
owing 1n its power of advancing directly into tin* coal, will cut a slope.,
an entry, a room, or work along thn
wall.
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REPORT OF MARKET AND COLO
STORAGE COMMISSIONERS
The branch 1 f the department n[
agriculture at Ottawa, supervised by
the dairy and cold storage commissioner, embraces four divisions which
deal with dairying, fmit, extension
ol markets and cold storage. Bqoh
division embodies a far-reaching st-r
\ loo calculated to foster and assist
the industries oonccnted and now
requires thc sen ices of about one
hundred employees including mani
technical and   semi-technical officials
During the past year, a number uf
new features have pern commenced.
In connection with the cow testing
service, a numbei of dairy record,
centres have, lieen established Ior the
purpose of assisting and encouraging
tin- improvment of milking herd*
Then in two districts model factories
an- being estabiistied for experimental ami demonstration purposes.
During the past year, a speeial ln*-
nuiry was made into the Iruit growing industry ol Ihe Dominion. The report of thc officials doing tins worS|
is promised at ..n early date.
The extension ol markets division
gives considerable attention, .iinntig
other things, to the woik (.f compiling wholesale prices in different
markets for animal and agricultural
products. Through the services ol
this commissioner, Mr -I. A. Rud-
dick, fs in a position to give reli-
ftblfl and intelligent advice to Canadian Shippers seeking new inarrrR
or to others looking for such products as Camilla has tn dispose of
Through lhc cold storage service
subsidies are paid tor the erection
and operation of cold storage Itarc-
bimses nnd Ixmuscs are granted under certain conditions to creameries
thai construct cold storages. During,
the past fiscal year, s x contracts (or
the payments ol subsidies, under Die
Cold Storage Aet, were entered into,
while 17 bonuses of $100 raeli were
paid to creameries. Important works
to facilitate the sale transportation
of perishable food products were
carried on.
The whole work ol the branch for
tbe year ending March 31st, 1012, is
reviewed in tlie annual report or
the dairy and cold storage commls-
sii/ner just oat. Copies will lie sent
mi application to -the publications
branch of the departmeni of agriculture at Ottawa.
The story of tow ii young woman
reformer cleansed a town trr.ni vice
nnd corruption by the foroe of publicity is one ol great Intercsl Wesl
Hammond,   Illinois, is a lown which
vear and a half '•'^, had   no    less
than 5fi saloons,
■ io   proporth
and other dens
11.       Sunn- jitggl
in Chicago am
■ in Wesl I tun
see no way    li
r land assessments aroused Miss
Virginia Brooks to action, and sho
undertook it complete Investigation
d conditions in the town.
When some of her Intuitions were
oiiflrmod, the girl ami Iici mothei
ilosed up their
noved mix a 1
u'-ihI.      As She
lccomplfsii anything except through
publicity, .onl mosl of Uh1 pi pulotion-
he town Men* polish, Miss Drooks
lound Hint hei fir 1 work was to
lenm .1 new language      \    ioon   as
ilie fell conlW n>-  l'.Ii to attempt
.1 I'nli-.h Kpeeeh she called .1 voters'
mass-meeting. I' wns Un 11 In Ing
proposed Unit llie town should he
made a eity. Miss Brooks opposed
tbe plan as only am liter method   Uj
ncreaso special assessments. She had
discovered that in tlte Bout-h ball ol
the town there wen-, on account ol
overtaxation and graft, only twenty-
five bouses free from mortgage.
Later she took up lho qii.-s.i.m of
lhe social evil, of lhc superabundance
f saloons, Cheap dance balls, gambling dens, and nlber.h.iuiiis of vltc,
and by energetic pubiicily methods,
forced one after another to close
its doors and clear out, until today
Hammond is entirely free from ihc
blot on Its escutcheon. Much good
work was done by lhc young lady in
organizing vigilance commitUvs, and
heading a reform party, for liel'.cij
civic government.
CONTES DE PROVENCE
l.'Aniii*. HiuiiniN
Lo cure tic Clititcnuiii ni. lo lirii-
i! iililii' Hiltiritiii.'im- iii 00111111
dans inn jumiesse, nlnil mt Boliclo
Kaillanl, limit on coiili'tir, hi fnca
robieontlo otlo ner, rcltiisant, ijni
par In jovinliti' GUiproinli' stir  sn
lioiiim figure rabolnisioi  faisait
IK-iisi-r ii ccsjoyctix nioiiii's pail-
lards et bratjanls, tela quo wins !<•»
montri'iit les contours inoyon-
Bgeni.
II me semblo le voir oncoro,
duns son jnrdin. iilluul npporior Irs
reliefs do salable, il tin couple de
dindi-s. i|u'il  ti-nnit sons t cngo
i'ii rost'imx. ol i|iio oho(|tto ji'itr, il
reganlnit engraisse* umonreuse.
ment.
CY'tnit en qu'on appello nn brave
hontuit' ; tmijonrs ili'votii'. jamais
tine parole dure pour ll'itJiporto
jtii, ii tel, point que les pins niiiu-
vaisde l'l'tidriiit. depnis longtcmps
|u'il (Stall Iii. 11'avnient jamais rien
pn Ini reproolter,
Setllellient. volts le s.ivez, nous
livens tons, pins on mollis, nos
[ictittt defants. qui vn. (l"i null?
chose.
Ce bravo abbe*  avail le sion, il
(ituit goiirimiuil, mais il'i ulilirc
i-iintnie il on oat peu. Lu iilutin,
pns plus Int ii'vi'-. il di'inatidiiit a sa
vieille nourrico fnisant ollico do
servante : Martini' dis-moi ce quo
tu compte ine i'airi' pour souper,
comme oa, je m'en regalemi par
uvance tout le jour : el lu brave
fi'intne. nn excellent cordon-bleu,
i-niin.-iissmit son faible, s'ingtSuiail
ii trouver des combinaisons tioit-
velles : apres i;n. en possession i\ii
rensoignoment ilesiri'. tout tiiiille-
rt-l. se frottant les mains, co qui
tradiiif ordinairement une sutisfac-
tioti ititi-'rieitre. le linn enn''. I ml .
tail diresa messe.
.Aussi. soyi-/. assnn'-. ijiie ijiiatnl
mi l'iuvilntt a diner, dans qnelque
eluiteiiii des i-uvinius.il aci'lipUlit
t'liijniirs, sans faire tie niaiiieri'S.
Ce n'est pas.   qu'il ll'elit ile temps
a autre, quolquos remonls do conscience, et. les reproches qu'il  s'a-
dressnil li CO stljet. elaient, eeftes.
rindiee d'une belle rune, mais. tout
ca ne le olinngealt pas.
lies qu'il etiteudait tournor la
Imii'lie. l'eau lui en venait a la liim-
obo, et pour rien au tnotide
clioses des Biicrements A part —
vous ne l'auriez tire de sa cuisine
oil 11 aiiuait a aider sa vieille servante. C'etait lui, qui snrvoillnit
Ie feu, et metlait les sarinants jus.
to 1111 moment vonlu, atin que le
ri'iti suit tmijonrs ii punt.
Une fois. pour le 15 nnfii, le
comte ile St-Kelix. un vlenx gentil-
liomnte enmpagnarc] de ses bons
amis. 1'avait iuvile ii diner en com-
pagnio de quolquos aiilres vioux
gnrcOIIS, Inns de ees solides four-
eliettes column il y un a oncoro
taut.dans notro eliet-e Provence.
lls'etail fait I'.-ivant-veille min
lii'taeomlie deperdreanx : ai-edi-
ner on nllait done mangor la chasse.
Tnns les invites arriverent a I'lu tire dite, pniir faire liunuetir an
repas : le cure, laissa passe toutcs
ees petites flltilites qu'iin sppelle
tles luirs-il'ieuvre. alio lie se reser-
ver pour le rnti : qunnil les per-
dreatix mux comme ile l'or, parn-
rent sur la table, le pauvre lnnnnie
nvait une friugale inoiiie. Ses
linvnnx litirlaieut. l'eau lui en de-
U'nittait ile la bundle, ilt-jii il prepa-
rait son ussiette, quand	
—Voila ceqtie e'est quo d'avoir
nnc si belle Ame—quand un remonls terrible le prit.
A. Oaudv,
(.7 stiivrc uu proehain ttumtro)
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Hotel International
Uko. I.usiieiic. Prnjirlrtor
One of the best hotels in British
Coluiulua. Located on the Boundary Line, between the Dnited
States ami Canada, in a spot of
rare scenic lieauty, when- game
ahounds and Fish ate plentiful.
Correspondence of touriatl
promptly answered
Hates Reasonable
KINQSOATE
B. C.
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This Range Makes Cooking Easy
The Range to Buy. Come in and see them
J. D. McBRIDE
11   Cranbrook, B. C.
Phone 5
i;P' BURNS & CO., LTD.i!
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Cranbrook, B. C,
PROVISIONERS and
EXPORTERS
All Our Meats arc Government
Impeded
Head Olliee. CALGARY, ALTA.
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« ALL STOCK OFFERED FOR SALE GROWN »
« IX OUR OWN NURSERIES »
:    P. DE VERE HUNT, Local Agent
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* Phone 139
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Imperial Bank of Canada
HEAD OPFICBi rORONTO
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED
CAPITAL PAID UP      -
RESERVE FUND
TOTAL ASSETS
SlO.OOO.OtiOXO
6,000,001 .«>
tvlcO.CCO.CU
6,460,000.00
S72.000.IJCO.OO
D. R. un.KlK, Prsuident.
Hon. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vi.-.-.l '„ - kit ml
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Ai'imiints   oC   Corporations,   Mnnioipnlities,    Mcrolmuts i
Farniors and Privnto lutlividuals iuviied. -
Drafts aud Letters of Credil issued available in an* pari of
llm worll.
SAVINGS OI-:i*.\l!*l*Mi:\T Special attention
given to SaviuBS Hunk Accounts DeposilB ol $1.IK1 and
tipwurdu received and interest allowed from date of dei osil
Cranbrook Branch: H. W. SUPPLE, Mgr.   \
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QUEEN'S HOTEL
II. I.. BTEPIIENS, Prop.
CALGARY, Alberta
The Hotel with -The Reputation"
You'll get your Money's Worth.
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
HEAD OFFICE  -  MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Capital Paid L'p $6,250,000 Reserve S7.450.000
Total Assets. 5no.52N512.19
II. S. HOLT, President       K. L. PKA>E. (Veneral Mftntger
Accounts of Firms, Corporations and tadividocls Eoliche*).
Oilt-of town baslness receive! mvrv attenlif'D.
SAVINGS DKPARTSIEST- Deposit*ol $1.00 ami upward received
and interest allowe>I at current rate.   No formality or delay in
withdrawing*
A Genera! Banking Bnatneaitranaacted,
Cranbrook Branch : T. B. O'CONNELL, Manager
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A  Good   Home II
is what is dear to overy nan.   A borne
is where Peace, Comfort, Contentment,
ami Plenty is fonn'l,   That is the reason
men throughout Hriti-sli Columbia, when
t "Cranhrook"'is mentioned think *<f tbe
* provisions Jos. Brault bas made for an
T ideal borne at the
j Canadian Hotel j
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If You Want
Ymir house connected witli the new si-.ivr.i_-' sysli»..
PHONE 340,   Our work guaranteed,   Estimates ol
ctieorfnlly given.
The Crtviibrook Plumbing, Tinsmithing
■t*a.nd Heatini! Company
IV, K. .iiillN.-iiN, Propri t
P.O. BOX IK)* WORKSt EDWARD ST.
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BUV HKALTHY HOME CROWN TREES
No danger ol Importing pants.  No injury frnm (onigatloo
Nu drying onl InconiiBol lUpmsnl
AND THRRF. 15 NO DANGER OF WINTER KILLING
All onr trees an wtntrrod in Irott-proof crilari
Tberefora prated yonrwllb; buying our ir.«-    Write for Catalngue
iin-i PrireUm in
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ORAKD PORKS, B.O.
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Roprwcntativc: F. H. WORTHINOTON
N   [t -Wi- Imv,.  I > ,V Alt I' -l.»k  In  MctntO.ll ll-'l   Wwilthjr, JoWIImn, t'ox'l
Ornngf. ODInrtn, pTorlh*rti Bpj mnt vvu^.ii.r
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WWW/^Y^fW/W^W, THE CRANBKOOK HERALD
(J R V N BROOK H ER AL D
Hy me Herald   Putjlistnins Company,
K. .1. Deane, Managing Kditor.
tRANBROOK, B. C, (September 5,1912
Mac's Auto Service
PHONE 94
Prompt Service
New Cars
Notice to Advertisers
Notice is hereby Riven that ail
changes uf display advertising
must reach this office not later
than noon on the Wednesday
preceding day of publication.
Copy received later connot be
guaranteed attention.
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EDITORIAL NOTES
•*oni' Knglish laborer is vvoctli
more in Knghind than a thousand;
Amcrioan millionaires," sa>s Uto
London Star in commenting upon
the manner in which Mi*. I Iain
Payne Whitney is devoting a greal
arcn ami much money to thr maintenance of a shooting preserve on
laml ihat mlghl he mado tin- home
nl a number of farmers. The Star's
language is Btrnng, hui it stands hn*
a sound principle, comments the Vic.
inna Colonist. Waterloo may have
been won on Uh* playgrounds <>i
Klnti, as tin* I in ki* of Wellington said
bub it wns won> hy the help of tlie
boys who were raised on il*- farms)
of England.
Thr foregoing paragraph from tin*
Victoria Colonist is very much to
llu* point, al tbv saiiu* tiiiu* il raises the question: Why does nol tlie
Colonist take a similar stand ivfWi
regard to the settlement of land*',
in Hritish C'oliimldn? Tin* Colonist,
in common with everyone else in Hie
province, knows Hml vast anas ot
provincial hinds haw* heen allowttl
lo pass into the hands or speculators, thai even larger areas ar-*
lied np in the hands ol lumbermen,
although, in many Instances, complete!*, denuded id merchantable
litnher, and vel ihe Mcllride organ
hns nevei n word to say in reference to tin* need of some active,
practical policy by its frinuls, th,-
Md.iiih- government, looking lo the
Belt-lemenl id theso lands. Importanl
sections of this province are bei-tiR
held hnck, because of ibis monopoly
nf arable lands I.v speculators. This
is a difficulty that can rstsilv he
overcome hy a uMi-rnment having the
foresight ami courage to Inaugurate)
an intcl.igcnt land policy, Our suggestion tu tbc esteemed Colotrfalj
would he Look after your home nf
fairs, the Englishmen generally manage to handle theirs pretty satisfac*
lor.ll*.
I'citiM-nl to this subject are tin-
recent remarks nf Ibe !*.('. Kedera-
tionlst, a labor paper published in
Vancouver, wntch takes occasion tn
say
"When a duke, hud, boron, knight
or otlier useless <*orporntioii tout
Inns up a bi« -tact of land from lhc
government for a souk awl then pr<»-
ccods 1*3 people it with the etctlms
of Mu* labor markcl of tin* old Coun^
try or Russia, at a price that will
ensure a "■tendy" for the rest id
llun Uvea, that's railed "business."
If tin* gotemment itself were tu survey, clear ami make ready fur home
stcids that same piece nf laml. ami
invite ami assist hntneseekers to ri
upon it. Unit would Ih* called "pat'T-
nalfttn." '
plainly   visible on   Oil* nearby mountains,
Shortly after tbo noon hi ur, however, the sun oame out clear and
strong, and a nicer afternoon could
not be wished for.
Referee Vance, if Kernic, faced the
ball at two o'clock and within a
minute Head scored for Cranbrook on,
a pass from Manahan, Tiro locals
seciin-d the ball at the face nil, made
anothei* rush on lhe Pernio Hags
and Head scored again, within a
minute. Manahan matte it three iu
ten minutes later. Boforo the
quarter ended Kcrnle scored tlieir
lirst goal, hy Miller.
Half time saw the score, Cran-
ihrook 5, Pernio 2, Manahan scoring
1 and Matthews BCorltig 1 for Cranhrook. Tho Pernio score was re
glstcrcd hy llu ria nd.
In the third quarter Matthews
scored fur Cranhrook and Bur land'
pul tne rubber iu the net fm* Pernio.
The
last i] liar ter gave two       to
LACROSSE
('RANBROOK    \fi UN    DEFEATS
PERNIE-MATCH  \T W>S-
M1T ON LABOR DAY.
With their usual number of boosters tin- Cranbrook lacrosse team
Journeyed lo Hosmer, B.C., on l.ai-ui
Day, io play their fourth game with
iln- Pernio twelve.
Tlw cold and tain of the fonmoon
did nul took \crv promising foi
iln- day ul spoils atramced by District IS, I'nltPd Mine Workers of
\merica. ami it mme-d for a time
that tin- pill] deconktfd hotels and
business houses wtrild he trealetl to
a 00*1  uf     the same cold snow       su
Cranbrook hy Manahan and one for
Fernie hy Miller, giving the locals
the victory by 8—1.
The Cranbrook team lined up
follows:
Goal, Hal hie; point, McLean, covet
point, McPhee; Iirsl defence, Dull
second defence, Lcltch; third defence,
Chambers; center, I've; third home,
Callahan; second home, Garrett;, first
home, Read, outside home, Matthews; inside home, Manahan.
.Judge of play—.lack Haas*.
About live hundred people witnessed
iln* game, which, was considered a
good exhibition of Canada's• national
pastime Many citi/ens of Ilosmer
wen* licard to say lhal a lacrosse
iluli would lire organized in Unit town
as a result nf the match being pulled
oil there. Every Indication is thai
tin1 larger towns along tbc Crow
will put teams in the held next year
ami one or more leagues formed t-
play for a cup for the championship
of llie Crows Nesl Pass; the win
Iters to play off wilh the fastest
team ncross the lakes for the chain
lionship of South Eastern British
t'olumbia.
' Keen disappointment is felt by
hundreds of lacrosse supporters n*
the decision of the Agricultural association in deciding that they oould
nol have lhe Nelson lacrosse tea
here for the fair. It is especially
to be regretted as tltosc learns cacti
iiml om* victory over llu* other, leaving a lie lo he played off.
It is worthy nf notice that the
only game the heals lust this year
was tli" first one played, which waa
with Nelson on the 24th of Mav., and
could Ihese teams meal again tin
locals an* confident they could wipe
out the former defeat.
CHURCH  COLUMN
CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Sundays—Low mass al 8.30 a.m.,
ilgll mass. in. :n a.m.; Sunday school
trom 2 to -'*. p.m.; Rosary and Bene-
netion at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays and holy days of obliga
tion—Mass at k a.m.
Week days—Mass at fi a.m. at tbe
hospital.
P. IMauiniulon, O.M.I.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. t». K. Kendall, pallor.
"Three Contrasts Between Sinners
Saved and Unsaved," will lie presented at tlw morning service.
"Hell Fire Extinguished by Vote"
will in* the topic in lhe evening, Tbid
discourse will he Pastor Kendall's
iin.swiT tu, ami reasons lor nol subscribing so tbc resolution recently
presented to the ministers nf this
city, ii/: "We now unreservedly repudiate as   thoroughly   unscriptural,
the teaching ol    a      place,     stale ur
mdltlon of a literal 'lake of lire amX
brimstone1 lor thc torment nf the
wicked and, lurther, we betleve from
man) personal testimonies that    tht
vast i rllyi    of ministers of     all
prutestam   denominations have priv-
tclj repudiated tho 'Hell Pin*'
theory, hut have foi suppoaedlj go**)
reasons,    hesitated   to inform  then*
ongrego-tlont, etc "
\ cui dial Invitation is extended io
ll.
SALVATION ARMY.
Captain Stride wishes, lo thank
those who so willingly offered Iheir
services foi' lhe memorial service td
teneral Booth oil Sunday night Inst
ii the Auditorium; also for ito very
sympathetic feeling of lho citizens
towards the Army.
Sunday Services:
Sunday morning, 11 o'clock—Holiness meeting.
Sunday afternoon. ;* o'clock—Preej
and Easy Meeting.
Sunday night, 8 o'clock—Salvation
meeting,
Bible lesson* "A Universal Savior."
Tuesday night, 8 o'clock—Salvation
mooting.
Thursday night, 8 o'clock—Holiness
mooting.
Saturday, « o'clock—Praise mecl-
iiiR.
All are invited to these services.
If you have nny old clothing, etc.,
lhal you do nol need, we can dispose of It to needy eases.
Kindly send to lhe Army hall, or1
'phone 263.
Pred'k A. stride,
Captain.
METHODIST CHURCH,
R«v. W. Elson Dunham, pastor.
Sunday services, the- pastor will
preach at  11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Evening subject: ''Is There a
I loll?"
This subject is the third In a series of four addresses on "Last
Things."
Pipe organ and vocal select ions
ii-nhcred at every service.
Strangers especially welcomed,
According to the Toronto News'
correspondent, who Ims secured n
statement from an.official of tbo secretary of the scale department. Alberta will get live new seals when
ihe redistribution bill romes Moro
lhe house at its, nexl session, ffflie
west will gel no fewer ihan twenty-
two new Boats,.Manitoba's represent-
ation will he increased from len to
fifteen, Saskatchewan will get      six
w scats, and Hrilish Columbia six
new ones. The Mil will provide for
fourteen n;*w members. While the
wesl will net an increase,, Ibe easl
in most cases will he decrenscd. Ontario will lose four seals, New
Branswlc' one, Novn Scolln two
seats .0 ' Prince Edward Island one.
The lollowlng nre the figures of the
representation ns ii will likely stand
hiy lhe next redistribution hill:
Nexl        Last
Election. Election.
Ontario  R2 si.
Quebec  OS na
New Brunswick     13 13
Nova Scotia  II! 18
Prince Edward   Island ■'. I
Manitoba 15 in
Saskatchewan    us i"
Alberta  12 7
British    Columbia   ...13 7
Yukon   1 1
The "Over Seas" Club
On Friday, lhc 13th instant, the
members of the club will hold n
benefit hall in the Auditorium In aid
of Mr. (ieo. Lynch, a member nf the
club, who has been incapacitate 1
from following his employment. Th
hest of music will he provided bj
the Oucrrard orchestra and the Auditorium will he beautifully decorated
by Messrs. Davis Bros., who have
generously taken charge of same.
Dancing will start at in p.m.—-after the picture show—and those attending Ibis ball will be assured of
having a good time. Mr. C. II.
Koocke will have charge of the floor.
Light refreshments will be served.
Tickets $1.80. Admil lady and gentleman. Exlra lady ticket 50c. Tickets are now on sale and may be obtained from the following committee:
Mesdames Iv Ismay, II. (Iridley nnd
Messrs. .1. E. Bealnn, P. Wood and
L. Pearron.
Come ami help a good cause.
Dr. C. Gordon Hewitt, Dominion Entomologist, says, referring to the infantile death rate
from intestinal diseases and diarrhoea spread by the house
lly, lie believes that the so-called harmless lly is yearly causing the death of thousands of infants, ns well as spreading
tho germs of typhoid fever.
gjUjfff.
FLY PADS
are the best thing 10 rid your bouse ol tliese dangerous pests.
THE MARRYING AGE
The recent marriage for the fourth
time nf Miss Lillian Russell, lhe
actress, suggests lu the London
Dirily Mirror several problems. Has a
woman of fifty a better chance nf
marrying than she used to have? Is
the age at which women are now
marrying advancing? Has a woman
Hearing middle-age more attractions
now than she used lo for the marrying man'' The marriage registers of
Die present day provide an emphatic
Illustration of the changes which are
taking place.
At St. Marylobniie church, which
lias always been a representative
one for marriages of all classes. The,
Daily Minor was allowed In look
through the marriage register from'
Ibe beginning of the year. The record speaks for itself.
These are some i.f the ages of the
brides since January I:
■ lauuary .'l  31
•lauuary Iti  »k
February in  .■»
February 11  57
March » 3d
March IU  is
March 20  sn
March 25  35
Match 2K     3S
Match 81  37
April 7  10
\pril li  31
April 10  (3
April 23  39
April 21  18
April 21  51
April 28  38
May 3  16
June 1 3b
June 8  35
June 11  * 37
June 12 31
Some of these were widows hut the
larger number were spinsters.
"There fs not the slightest doubt,"
said an official at lhe church, "tbat
brides arc much older now when
they marry. The change has laken
place within Uie last live years. Vn
In then youth hml It nearly al) its
own way; now it is tbe sensible woman, pasl her Iirsl youth, wbn Is
coming Into her own"
Men," said a well-ktmwn writer
on social matters, "like to take
young girls ahoiit, but they arc nnt
marrying them. This is Xto day
when the undoubted charms of the
woman of thirty-Ovr- or therraboiits
nre being n-eopni/pd."
SILK
STONE
WILL GIVE YOUR
HOME  A TONE
mil- WIIHlOWt
[or i>nr-
ticiiliirs ni it
UNIQUE
GUESSING
CONTEST
Somo lucky itiiliviiliiiil
will (jut ii kIiikk jiir eon
tabling ovor <">u ntui 1o*>b
llitii] 500 dollars,
Si'i'   onr   Mr.   Unities
im- lull particulars.
Total  2:lj 221
This will menu 11 new members li i'   Cianbrook,
Mic next house.
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware and Mill Supplies
B.C.
ACROSS THE ALPS BY AIR
MINIMIS'       NEWSPAPK1
TELLS OF   NOTABLE
LOON TRIP.
RAL-
London, Sept. 1.—-Darmand Con-
sob*, a staff photograplier for thc
London Daily Mirror, has lusl accomplished the difficult assignment if
(lying over tbe Alps in a balloon
with Captain Speltcrlnl, thc Swiss
aeronaut, taking photographs en
route.
The (light was from Interlnken t.j
i -nterammcrgaum, Bavaria, a distance of 250 miles, and was made in
11 hours, travelling at nn altitude of
17,'ilin feet. The altuospltcrc was so
cold the bands of holh men were
fro/en. Console wrll b the following
description of how lhe Alps look
from above:
"Wo went away over lhe Jungfrau.
I could see hut ecu Id not hear ihe
moving avalanches of snow and ice
and the great roaring torrents if
waler looking lil* trickles. It was
difficult to believe all meant the
menace to death. (ireat mountains
looked small enough to tnkc in one'**
hand. Surely tliese avalanches could
he damned.
"Lakes in the valleys resembled
tiny drops ol water, and villages
were like boxes of matches. -"i ■•■.--
asses resembled thin dark lines scratched with a peti, and tumbling boulders looked like pebbles,
"At nn allieiide of 18,000 feel dark
ness coming on, wc saw a black and
white mass of mountains rearing its
crest. We must ro higher or we
shall bump inio it," said Captain
Speltcrlnl. "Wo could see only
snow aud lee. N'o one lived Ihere.
and if we had dropped wc should
never Ih- found."
When landed, the aeronauts were
detained fur several hours hy (lerman police, who thought them spies,
until shown their proper credentials.
THE TRUTH.
"Selling your home to buy an automobile. What will you do without a home'"
"Won't nerd nunc alter I get tlie
auto; wouldn't never Ite there, anyhow."—Ex.
Premier Asquith, of (ireat llritain,
would doubtless like to have the suffragettes bury the hatchet—hut not
in him.
SUFFERED
With   Billiousness   and   Sick
Headache.
Calgary, Alberta, July 8, mil.
I was a great sufferer for a long
time with Hilliousucss, Sick Headache
and Liver Trouble. Nothing seemed
to do me any good. I had almost
given up in despair when I decided to
try
FIG PILLS
After taking about ;-alI a hox lb:
headache stopped and my appetite
improved. I have just finished the
fifth box aud feel as well as ever. 1
can heartily recommend Fig Pills for
Btomach and Hvcr troubles.—Mrs
Mary  Ellson.
Sold at all dealers in 25 and 50
cent bOXCfl or mailed by Tlie Kig Pill
Co., St. Thomas, Ont.
Sold hy The Cranbrook Drug and
Hook Co., Ltd.
IN" THE SURROGATE   COURT OK
THE JUDICIAL DISTRICT OP
MOOSE JAW.
IN THE MATTER of the Estate cf
Arthur Brimeau, deceased, late nf
Township Three (8) Range Twenty (20), West of tin- Third Meridian, ill tbe Province of Saskatchewan.
TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to
the order of His Honor Judge Ouse-
ley herein, dated the 17th day of
August, 1012, all persons having
elaim-s against the said estate are r*H
quired tc snd in to N. R. Hodman,
of lhe Town of (iull Lake, in the
I'rovinn* ff Saskatchewan, solicitor
for the administrator id the said estate, on nr before lhe first day of
December, 1913, a statement of their
respective claims against the said
estate duly verified hy statutory de*
claratiin. together with a statement
of the security if any held by them,
respectively.
Dated at (lull Lake, Sask.. this
30th da*, of August, A I), 1913,
N. R. Huffman.
(•nil Lake, S;.k.
Solicitor for the Administrator.
85-31
[AHPBELi| furif
CA5H "
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
THE CANADiANBANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUNI1 YYALKKK. t.V.d, I.I.D., ll.c.l... f*Tc«itlcnt
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN  IIKIi
(i.ncr.1 M*n.arr Aaalalanl li.ner.l Manas..
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Phone
43
Halsall & Co.
LADIES', MISSES', ANO CHILDREN'S OUTFITTERS
Armstrong
Avenue
Dress Goods, Silks, and
Trimmings
A really magnificent showing; of Dress Goods,
Silks, Trimmings, All-over Lace, Etc.
We invite your early inspection of this
Splendid Showing of Suitings in Serges,
Whipcords, Diagonals and Fancy Tweed
Effects. By far the largest and most complete
assortment ever shown in Cranbrook.
[Fancy Silks, I'liiin Effects, Shot Effects, Shot Stripe
j |   Effects, Plain riessnllues, Plain Satin Clinriucusc,
also the much toted colors in Cerise and
Paddy (Ireen
Our Dressmaking Department
Is In Full Swing
Already orders are piling in, Soon will be
taxed to its utmost capacity. Get your orders
in early.
A COMPETENT DRESSMAKER IN CHARGE
Immense Consignment of Horrocks' Sheetings,
Pillow Cottons and Cambrics Just In.
Splendid Values, bought direct
from the manufacturer
9*****9***************999*******************
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VOU ARE INVITED
TO ATTEND THE TENTH ANNUAL
NELSON FRUIT
FAIR
AT NELSON, B.C.
September 24, 25,26, 27
SPECIAL FREE ATTRACTIONS
DMIY AEROPLANE FLIGHTS from the Fnir Grounds.
PAUL AND LEROY.'.f ci"")}' Horizontal Bar Act.
ISHIKAWA TROUPE OF JAPANESE.
TNE INDIANIS TROUPE <>' 6 Beautiful Girls.
HORSE RACINC, ROCK DRILLING, LOC SAWINC AND CHOPPINC
Reduced llntes on nil trans|iortHtinii lines.   Single fare
for Round Trip
A. D. Emory. U. HimsTEAi), Secretary,
President P. O. Box 892, Nelson, ll. C.
COME TO THE FAIR
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
TOURISTS MD TRAVELLERS
Th. Canadian Bank nf Commerce, Iiy reason nf its large number nl branch.* in
.very Province nf Canada, with direct representation in London, Kng.. New York.
San Francisco, Seattle. Portland, Ore., Mi-.k-o and St. John'* Nlld., wllh AR.nl* ami
Correspondents in every part of Ih. world, is able to niter unsurpassed* facilities to Ih*
travelling public, enabling them to obtain money in Ihc simplest way al any polnl un
Iheir journey th. world over. Tbe Travellers' Cheques and I..-tiers nf Credit issued
hy Ihi. Bank nvercom. Ih. ami.-vim; djlru-ultles it ubtiinitiK funda abroad, especially
In pl.cn where identification I* tlilhcult.
Cheque* and Draft* on all the rounlrie* nf th. wnrld, drawn In sterling, francs,
marka. Die, kronen, .tc, can ba caahed or purcruujad at iraaonabl. rata*. g.0
R. T. Brymner, rianaj-er Cranbrook, li. C.
Supplementary List of
Special Prizes
Offered at Fall Fair on Sept. 19th and 20th, 1912
Speeial Prizes olTert*l Iiy CitniplicU tV Mmming
For Best 2 Loaves of Hrr.nl innde   frnm Otjilvie's
Knyiil Household Flour, set of Dislies vnlue .        $20.00
8ecoml Prise,Out Glass valno     WOO
Best General Kxhil.it of Pastry made, fnnn Oullvlo'a
Royal Houtohold Flour      One Barrel of Flmir
S|» ri.-il Iiy Oranbrook Jobbera
Fnr lli'st Sai'k of PolatiM's nn>wn in districl between
Sirdar ami Pernio    .   One Barrel of Five Itosis Flour
Second Prize Half     " 	
S|M'iial Iiy Itev. \V  Iv Dutdiiini
Fnr lies. While Wyandotte Cock P™
Notice of Errors in Prize List
S»\ 21, Class 16, shnuld read |SO.0O iiisleml of $76.00,
Omitlisl ill Class Hi.   For Best Collection of Vcgotablos
Urown ill Kast Knolenny—Special Iiy .1. 8. Dennis, Calvary,
Alta., $60.00 cash.
Bring Your Exhibit in on the 18th if possible
I
Robert F. Davis
Secretary
BAYLEY KNOCKS OUT ALLEN
I'ulgan, Sept. I— llayli')' divisive
K< InR in to win, anil UrIiIIiir viciously Irom the first ponR. In tho third
lie weakened his opponcDt hy two
li cstahlislml his superiority ever stiff hotly blows anil catching Allen
Allen In lhe I'KhtwciRht champion- loll guard, sent In a hn)-iiiakcr Which
ship tight here this Inrrntnin. wlnninp, put his man to sleep very effectively'.
bv lhe knockout rutile in lis- tliinl j There was nn doubt lilt alter this
,„„nd. Utile    who   was    thc liglitwiiiKhl
|   Allea  wm had a  chance, lUyli'd Ji-bamptoo. THK   CUANJIItOOK.   HKUA-trD
AUDITORIUM
SATURDAY: MB. BILLY "SINGLE" CLIFFORD 8R THE GIRL
THE MAN AND THE GAME p"ETTU,Bls'S:KKyEW[STWIMl
A Safety Razor for
a Dollar
ll will pay ynu to invest in allKM JUNIOR, willi
Bovuti Dhuiiibkcoiio Bladaa, or an EVlStt HEADY, with
twelve blades.
Extra Blades, 75c. a doz.
We have nil the olhor innkos too, IncluilliiK THK
KKPP.nl $11.60,
('.nni- in and let us slum- you
Also The Gem, Anco, and Griffon
Automatic Stroppers
They are money savers
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Limited
The flexoiC Store
WHCRE   IT   PAYS   T.O   DEAL
Cranbrook - - - B.C.
age connections mai
Johnson, 'phone 267
The Infan. daughter ol Mr
Mrs. Bartlell dtod yesterda]
noon.     The funeral took plao
alternoon.
ol the    inlt-niii'iii
officiating.
A Nice Ring
Display
li an interesting thing to look at.
It represent** lieauty in a | nr-
tii'iihuly pleasing style. We
have a ting display here just now
that will appeal to all lovuts of
rare gem-*. The settings are the
newest and tho gem combinations
aie the miint harmonious ntui
l>eaini(iil, wc think, we ever saw.
You have a cordial invitation lo
make ns a visit of Inspection. A
description h*it* 1- impossible.
W.H.Wilson
■ She QUALITY J
% JEWELER i
TOWN TOPICS
Autos fcr hire at   phone *•!. 38-lt
Speeial prion m CtOWH fruit jars
—Ward anil Harris.
(ieo. McCreery is attending       th.
stampede at Calgary this week,
l   ii     McCnllum returned     irom
Vancouver on IVtdnesday.
week and will start her music class
early next week.
Gorgonzola cheese at Kink's Pure
Kood Grocery.
Ladies hose, regular 36c., Saturday
25c.    pair,    at thc    Model Variety
Store.
Miss Green, 'Who has been visiting
her brother, Dr. Green, for some
time, left Monday fur Montreal.
lly special reouest   Blondy appears
in Cranhrook again this week, l'hone
62. 36-lt
WANTED.—Young ladies to leant
the millinery business.—McCreery
Bros. 35-tf
Miss Towsend, of Boston, arrived
this week for a visit with hei
friend, Miss Wellmnn.
Itipe tomatoes for canning at
Kink's Pure Kood Grocery.
Miss Alice Moffatt, of Winnipeg.
arrived this week and is the guest of
Mrs. Erlckson.
Lawn, negligee and shirt waists
$1.(10 each on Saturday at the Model
Variety Store.
Mr. and Mrs P E. Wilson and Mr
.mil Mis. Kd. Elwell motored to
Wasa last Sunday.
Mrs J. K. Blrming nnd daughtei
have gone east to Toronto on a visit,
to relatives.
Ituv youri green tomatoes now and
avoid frost bitten stoek. Fresh today
at Kink's Pure Komi Grocery.
KEEP THE CORRECT TIME
sutl you will utility* lie prompt in
yuur builne*. ur goolsl appoint-
ments. nur Watches sre noted
l-ir their exrelleul time-keeping
qualities. Tlisy ure Mt'suiiliii
Milk* of the jeweler'* url, luu,
niul very elegant in appearance,
Olislns and Fuli*of»ll blade, In
veiled designs snd lhe heat I4kt.
gold. Gentlemen in neeil oi tirat-
i'Issb Jewelry will lind ihi* u good
plure to lmy.
RAWORTH BROS.
Jewelers and Opticians
His Honor Judge Thompson is expected home next week. He and Mrs.
Thompson arc at present visiting
Mr. Thompson's   mother in Toronto.
Autos for hire at   phone 62. 36-11.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Darling left
for Calgary on Tuesday, where they
will be tbe guests of relatives during
the "Stampede-"
Call up Ed.    F.   .lohnson, licensed
plumber, and get an estimate of   tbi
cost   of   your      sewer
'Phone 267.
A   meel ing of    the Karmc
stilute is called for Wcdncsdi
next, at    the government
ing, when Hev. Mr. Kendall w\
Ik   on "The Philo System
Keeping Poultry," and Mr. s.
connections J ,i"»:i11- wil1 K-Vfl a M*-*" on
40.41 Weeds." A cordial Invltatioi
tembil ti
Early Autumn Styles
charge
Dutihnn
Blondy,
garj  i.i
Ute lluki
Mr. and Mrs. N'arrmin Mcb
Pincher Crook, Alia., passed through
town nu Sundaj mi their wuy to* tin1
coast, while Ihey will enjoy their
honeymoon, Mis. McLcod was formerly Miss II In ton, well known to
many people In town.
Any     person
room, toilets,
sewer should
Estimates
267.
Arthur Harry, inane*]
for the Royal Exoli
company, and Mr. .li ^^^^^^^
ol the casualty departmeni' for tlte
same company, were here this week
inspecting their risks carried with
Hunt and Darling,
FOR SAI.K—One steam boiler and
engine, almost new, have only been
in use for six weeks, Hi h.p., with
all fit tings complete, and in good,
working condition. Price $100. Apply to T. -J. Mott, Cranlirook,
B.C. 35-lt*
w
', are now having a preliminary showing of advanced
correct slyles for Fall. We
can safely say that we are able lo show
the mosl beautiful and varied assortment of Women's and Misses' Suits
ever shown in Cranbrook.
Wc were careful to note the ever
increasing demand for new modish,
smart effects in women's apparel, as
well as for the plain stylish tailored
garments. We selected our slock accordingly.
At this, our first showing, space does
not permit a description of any ol our
garments, but you will certainly find
an elegant display of up-to-date costumes and coats.
IFe corditttt// imi trim inspection.   117
/imi Imi/ or not //ou trill be most welcome.
If Hull   WOltld   like   us  />,  luu  Usui,- IIU/I
i/tirnirnl for i/ott, tee will cheerfully do so.
■i '
-f
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dty Goods
and Clothing Stores
c-tP^jtr^iffr»rwcE!3*aRB!
Sister Hyslop, <f the Salvation
Army, was a visitor to Creston oni
Monday. She brought hack with
her two line ducks.
Sporting goods
half    price    al  tin
Store.
tind fishing tackle
Model Variety
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    I,nvrit7     Nurserv.     Kelowna    and
llaxawa   tea,  S5o..   50c. and 60c-i^ctor,a'RUarantwd   s,ock-    pricw
|h'i  pound at  Waul and Mai i K
! right,, local agenl   See me beforo or*
dcrittg.—S. Macdonnld. 36-.lt
Mr- and Mis   Harold DarHng aie |   Mr. iv Wolf, who baa lieen survey-
vIslHng Calgarj and Edmonton dur- j ing in. this    districl   inr some time,
ing Um week. t left this week to return t«   his   homo
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Mi. and Mis   \   C   Bovncsi    are 	
taking in      the stampede •■' ('-'l- :   W.M toilet   sets for $2.sn, $30.00
gaiy. .dinner set** fur $18.60.     Some of oui
  bargains  In    lho*chlng and crockery
Miss  Pye is expected home this   d.*p,utmciit — Campbell and Manning.
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Store opposite
Prizes for Fall Fair
For ln'Bt array nf Frail and Berrloa put up in " Evono-
inv Jura" - Ono dos, i-ih'Ii pints, tpiiirts, nml luilf-nnllon
" Econouiy " jure antl cuiw     Vnlnii $1.55
Kor U'sl array nf Brvai), Ilisenita,  ute.  innilo   from
S   " Mother's Favorite " or " Priilu of Allierta" Flour — 5o lb.
snek of "Mother's Favorite" ami 50Hi. sack of "Priilo of
Alberta,"    Value 18.08
For Mcond best—28 lb. of each    $I.'.K)
For former who enters liest sulectton of I.ivo Slock,
Homes. Cattle, Pi«s, Fowls, Ele,, a receipt for $10.00 for, or
as a payment on, anything in nur carriage or saddlery line.
For farmer who has liest exhibit of Fruit, Vegetables,
nntl Grains A $Ul.('ii reeeipt for. or as a payment on, any-
tiling in onr wagon or implement line.
Get Busy and Win These
Mrs. P. K. Wilson returned lasl
week from Calgary, where she went
to place her children in St. Hilda's
College for the winter.
Superintendent W. J. Uren Is-moving to Calgary, where Ih* will fill   a
Imilar*position, He will Im* succeeded here by Mr. A. C. Harsliaw.
trainmaster at Calgary.
Headquarters tor toys, dills and
school supplies . at Model Variety
Store.
Mr. Alt. Erlckson and K. 11. Morris were the*guests of Mayor A. C.
Bowness on a motoring trip Into tbo
Windermere country the first, of tbe
week.
P      Forbes, provincial government  engineer,   was in town during
the week, ami   lett for Skookumchuk
with road Superintendent John ReW,
on a tour ol inspection.
Green tomatoes, smooth round
■took and free from frost bites at
Kink's Pun* Food Grocery.
Strayed on to my ranch at Goat-
tell one lmy gelding ami one Sorel
mare with white face, weight ahoutj
1800 pounds each—Percy T. Haywood. Yahk, B.C. .16-it
Huy     Ogilvfe's     Itoyal    Household ,
Hour if you are exhibicing your bread
al the fair.     It makes the hest. You
can 'hen also win the special prises
Differed by Campbell ami Manning.
Mis Harry White, Miss Sybil,and
M.istei ppod returned home on Tuesday night's Fixer irom Soap Lake,
Washington,    when* Fred was umler-
all poultry raiser*'.
Call up I'd. F. .lohnson, license!
plumher, and get -in estimate of th
cost of your sewer connections,
'Phone 207. 28-lt
A good start has been made mi tbc
laying of the cement sidewalk on
Maker street it is surely a right
for sore eyes lo see 1 liis modern
sidewalk taking the place of Hie
ramshacle hoard walk that has for
too lung done anything hut crwiil lo
ihe. city's chief thoroughfare. Work
has also lieen resumed upon tin*
sewerage system and is being pushed
rapidly forward.
Our sale of   crockery and      china
is still on.      Pont miss these   bar j
gahM.—Campbell and Manning.
Manager  Ouerrard, rf the Auditorium, is endeavoring to give the pub* j
lie tho liest shows obtainable, ami • n I
Wednesday nlghl gave a lengthy pro
gramme,    consisting of Enrico \Vag-
neri, baritone.     Miss Winnifred Mea-1
dows. soprano, ami Miss Best, comedienne, besides three reels of    films.
The Auditorium's picture shows   are
not excelled    In any ol th"      larger
cities   and the hest  vaudeville talent
on the    road an*    securing bookings
from Mr. Gucrrard.
Preserving kettles, reg. $1.50 and
SI.35, special $1.85 nnd $1.10 ■■<
Model Variety Store.
Universal bread mixers, No. I spi
cial, $3.00 each n| ihe Model Valid
Store.
Any   person   requiring their    bath
room, toilets, etc., connected to   tic '
sewer should    see   Kd. F.    .lohnson.  '
Estimates   furnished.      Call    'phon
267. 28-tf
Kd. Cllne has roturm d from an
enjoyable vacation trip, including a
lour through California, Mexico, the
southern stales, and* a Specially enjoyable slay in New Orleans, thence
mi to New York and* Boston, returning by way of Yellowstone Park,
where Mr. ('line-spent some of the
most enjoyable days of his holida)
For the present Mr. ('line-is returning lo his work as C.P.lt. despatcher, but later on he may he severing
his connection with the railroad tu
engage in the real estate business.
If you want a reliable and reasonable job of plumbing done or sewerage connections made, call up Kd. K.
lohnson, 'phone 267. 28-tf
Andrew) McCowan, formerly a local
r.l'.K. official, now a C.N.R. official, with headquarters at Wfnniueg,
is En town renewing oW acquaintances. Mr. McCowan has done well
"ii the prairie. He has-certainly accumulated a great deal of additional
Hcsh and bas a very prosperous appearance. McCowan has nol lust
any ol his afTection for old Cranbrook. He declares it is the best
and most promising town west of
Winnipeg, and, whilst he has a good
job, he would like very much' lo be
again making his residence in this
burg. McCowan -did some curling
last winter, and will tn* Into it again
thi* coming freeze-up. He is anx-
havo a Cranbrook team go
easl to Winnipeg* and show thc
Manitobans how to curl.
nothing   more than b musical
pitch    with a plot wry much      resembling "t'he     Private Secretary,"
and musical selections reminiscent
other   su* cessi -,    i ne   ol Ute ■ i -
"Winnie From Winnipeg," being fashioned alter one ■ f lite big bit -      ii
"The, Pink Lady." Mr, diffoi I, I
ever, describes Iiii ent* ■
i of a light character and for 1
[purposes only, and,   iu thai
[ il was entirely successful last   nlgbt.
Tlio audience appeared it. thini
| of Mr. rliiTord's efforts, and      gave
i him the glad hand just before      the
I final curtain, eliciting from him       a
l neat little    curtain    speech.       Bill)
i Clifford is just aboul the wh
but   he shared tbe honors with   Miss
| Mae Collins who, in thc part cf Dor-
i)  Merry, * I pH* §    the tinge     of
■■ ai ■'..' k Trainer
..'■■■,■■ ■• I
■
- allot
in
his
1
tot
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lli      ■   •  ;. strange*
ral  foxes,
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oal •      fi-   wondered,      and
lined
your wife's
furs."
The mat
"So "as I," to said.
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Mr. aod Mrs. W. K. Curd returned
home the first of the week from a
vacation trip to (he coast. Mr. Curd
was greatly Impressed with fbo rapid
growth of Vancouver, although, at
the present time, he ftoted there was
hut little doing in real estate, save
in high priced city lots. He found a
growing interest In Cranbrook district among Vancouver real    estate
ding treatment during tbc last thren I,
men,  who
recommending     small
months.
('all in aib sec our bargains on onr
to.. Hie , i.V. nnd 25c. tables at the
Model Variety Store.
Mr. W. A. ltollins is enjoying a
<isit from his mother, who arrived
this week Irom Ontario. Victor ltollins also arrived today from Victoria and u family re-union will be
enjoyed.
Kconomy fruit jars, thc most sanitary and satisfactory jar made at
Ward and Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Macdonald leftt
last week, in tlieir motor car, (or
Calgary, to attend the stampede.
They will return by way of Hand and
Golden.
It. A. Fraser returned J.ist week
ml from Kansas City, Miss., wlmjre
he attended the annual convention ot
the Loyal Order of Moose. Mr. Fraser enjoyed bis trip very much, the
Moose nre all good fellows.
II you want a reliable and reasonable job ol    plumbing done or sswst-
iuvesUirs to Investigate
notion.
lands in this
Nickel  plated      teapots and   coffe
I pots at $1.1)0 and $1.25 nt the Model J
j Variety Store.
I Fifteen hundred people, many of
them visitors, kWeW guests of Billy
Clifford and bis company al the
Sherman Grand last night, and they
all went home feeling well satisfied
wilh Uie^closfng hours of lhe day'-,
festivities, says the Calgary Herald
'■The Girl, the Man and the Came''
is the bill of fare which Mr. Clifford
serves up in two courses, and it    is
NOTICE
Before Renewing
Your Fire Insurance
Consult the Cranbrook Fire Insurance
Specialists
Corwin-Bruce Investment Co.
Phone .ay
P. 0. Box 50
Battleford
We have an exceptional offer lo
make you in the above property
Requires a cash payment of
one-third: balance twelve and
eighteen   months.   no   interest.
Call and see us at once
Beale & Elwell
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We still have one or two lots in thc
White  Addition
which is the nicest location in town for a
home. All lots ploughed and levelled
Connection  can be   made with city water
Price $200.00, on Kasy Terras
Munt&Darl!!-^
REAL ESTATES)GENERAL INSURANCE .-^ THE   UBANBHOOK   QERALD
News of the District
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WARDNER
(Special correspondence).
Mi Harold Darling, one or Cranbrook's real estate men, was here
transacting business lasl Thursday.
Mr. Bradley, of the t'ranbrook Jobbers, was in town on business a few
days ago.
Mr. \V. I.. Sprague, our genial machinist, is on the sick lisl this week
and went to Cranbrook for medical*.
attendance .1 few days ago.
Mis Louie Larson was with fiiends
in Cranbrook on Labot Hay.
Arthur Luml spcnl thc holiday
with friends in Cranhrook.
Mt T flnffney, manager of the
Crows Nest I'ass Lumii-cr company's
general sti re, left on Wednesday
morning for Calgary, where he will
witness ihe hig Btampcdn in thai
eily. \11fi spending a lew days iin
Calgar), ho will visit for a few
weeks witii friends in Vancouver,
Victoria and  1'rinec Rupert.
Mr It. II Itohart is in Nelson Uilfij
week on business.
Mr. T. Hedlcon spent the hoi Way a
of this week jn Craubrook and    Fot>
liie.
A number of lhe boys left on Saturday night for SandfCreek, where
thej spent a couple of days, huntiing
and lishing, returning on Monday
night.
Miss Mablc Anderson let on Friday "f this week for Coeur d'Alene,
where she will attend school. Misl
Anderson will bo greatly missod
from our town, as she has 'been for
some time the organist for both Ute
Sunday school and church services nf
St. Andrew's ehurcli.
Miss Kdith Lund lefl last Sunday
for Vancouver, where she will continue her musical studies. She was
aicoiiip.inioil hv her little cousin Dorothy Darling, to Crnnbrook, and
little It os a He Lund as far as Spokane
Miss Lucy Sheppard returned on
Sunday afternoon after spending a
week visiting in Nelson.
The many friends ol Mr. Donga-;,
will Ire sorry to know that he is
(suffering Irom an attack of la grippe,
HOSPITAL FOR TIE "BLUES"
FIRST     INSTITUTION     OF     ITS
KIND  (MM-.NKI)   IN  BOSTON.
ll is psychopathic hut it is markedly different in sco|te from the
wards which go hy that name that
are attached to the Hellevue hospital
in New York City and many oilier
establishments of the kind in differed 1
parts of tin- United Stales and Canada.
The hospital fm* the "blues" is a
branch of the Boston state hospital,
nml Is conducted on the theory tlurti
ilisauili cases often arise from the
"blues" ami can be alleviated and
cured with proper treatment. This
is tin* must up-to-date theory with
regard to insanity.
Wnli that end in view this Boston
place has been established as a sort
of clearing house for those whose
hraius are out of gear.
Tbey will be differentiated and
classified according to the kinds of
menial disease thev show and remedies sought for each class of patient.
There is a splendid out path-nt departmeni ior dealing with incipient
Insanity and il is expected tbat this
branch of the work will afford striking opportunities for the relief nl
many mildly insane patients without
subjecting them io the .stigma of
insanity.
One of the newest features in connection with the hospital Is that it
will bo accessible without format
commitment to patients suffering
from mental disorders, just at, other
hospitals are now accessible lor accident or ordinary illness eases. In
other words, the patients will he received voluntarily for temporary* care
and observation, preliminary to regular commitment and to determine
whether such commitment is necessary or net. According to the
Ineorj of those now in charge of tlte
hospital, in most instances commitments will not he necessary.
The great and most Important
function of this new hospital for the
"blues" will Im- that it will afford
the poor an opportunity for treatment by the most refnwd and up-to-
date methods of clinical medicine, an
opportunity which has heretofore 011-
ly been within the reach of the wealthy.
Neurasthenia has generally been
looked upon as an Indulgence of the
rich. Nervous prosperity is a
common phrase, hut nervous adversity and nervous poverty are very
modem lo nur language, but the
poor have nerves, nevertheless, nnd
are quite as much if not more inclined to insanity than the wealthy,
The nnly difference heretofore has
been that the rich when afflicted
could seek the seclusion of sanitarium
and rest cure, while the poor have
simply kepi on until they dropped iu
their tracks and then sought relief in
some hospital too crowded to accept
cases. This evidences only the elusive quality of nervous diseases in
their early stages.
These diseases aie those which ultimately, when deprived ol adequate
attention, hll the state lunatic asylums. That is the prime purpose ol
the new hospital in Boston—to prevent Insanity, to take in bund before
it is loo late those wbo require individual study, individual care.
The new psychopathic hospital is
beautifully located in the Longwood
district nf Boston abutting on the
picturesque park system of thc Huh.
It is in the near neighborhood of a
number of great hospitals which have
centred around lhe magnificent plant
of the Harvard Medical school. Within a few blocks are the new P. It.
Bingham hospital, 'he Harvard Medical school, the Dental school, the
House of the Good Samaritan, the
'banning Home and several other Institutions of like character. While
absolute)} unrelated to these it is
hoped that the opportunities for
the studying ol the mental d senses
afforded by ibe new hospital will   he
used hy the physicians ami students
of all these hospitals. In this way
ihe general knowledge of mental diseases , will be Increased and 'In*
future practitioners iu either city or
country wilt bc better equipped to
treat thc diseases of the mind and
lo recognize them in their incipient
stages when preventive treatment is
possible and likely to prove effective.
The hospital site, building and
cquipmcnl has cost in the neighborhood id $600,000 and nothing known
[lo medical science in tin* treatment
jot insanity has been forgotten 1 r
overlooked in its equipment'. It is
surrounded by beautifully laid out
' grounds and gardens wbieh afford
I ample space for recreation, airinj*
and exercise of the patients. The
building is four stories in height and
lis architecturally effective.
At this unique Boston hospital,
1 for a nominal sum, according to
I wbat they can afford, or for nothing
at all, poor patients will receive a
system of treatment for which the
wealthy at private sanitariums pay
from $10 to $'.!i. a day, not counting
extras. Tbc applicant for admission
j is given a thorough examination ntui
la slip is idled out stating name, ad
ldress, age, nationality, nature of the
[disease and what the patient can afford.
j Investigation is then made by the
social service department. This is
done merely to effect a closer touch
with the patient's mode of life aud
, to avoid fraud or misstatement- lAb-
solute dependence is not encouraged.
Kvcry man cr woman who can pay
does so.
1 In tbe psychological laboratory
every case that gin's to the Institution is carefully analyzed and lint
•until a rigid examination has been
made is a decision reached. No work
is done along beaten or prescribed
paths.
j It is partly a state and partly a
municipal institution and great results are expected from it.
WHERE ELM LEADS
IN   CANADIAN COOPERAGE BUT
IS DECLINING AND WILL BK
REPLACED BY BIRCH.
Although elm still leads among tbe
Woods used for slack cooperage,
spruce is rapidly supplanting it. In
Uie total output ol barrels in tlie
Domini on Usi year, there were used,
according to ligurcs compiled by the
forestry branch of the department of
the interior, 80,016,040 pieces of
elm, in staves, headings and hoops,
as against 37,701,000 pieces of
spruce. There were, however, over
tt,mm,000 more spruce staves and
9,000,000 fewer elm stares reported
lor 1D11 than for 1910. In time, olm
will probably he used only lor hoops,
as it is the best wood for the purpose, the supply is fast diminishing.
nnd other species can lie used tu advantage for staves and headings. The
ultimate substitute for elm will probably Im- birch, which is comparatively plentiful.
Slack cooperage is of vastly greater Importance than tight codperage
in Canada. Tbis is because thc majority of Canadian products are rf a
rough nnd dry nature, such as lime,
potatoes, apples, dry flsh, Hour, cereals, etc., and bcoaUSO Canadian
woods are best stilted to slack cooperage.
White oak, the only Wood which
can be used for containers of alcoholic liquids, has toen practically exhausted in Canadian woodlands. In
lill only M08,0O0 oak staves were
cut, while 7,293,000 were Imported.
A rough estimate on the part of
tin* forestry branch places the minimum amount of material used n the
manufacture of all classes ol cooperage as B2,3fi3;19() hoard feet, made
up as follows: slaves, 2H,3H7,7M
feet, heading, 24,-10(1,0(1(1 leel, and
hoops, f*..!,:ifi.i,CSi Int.
Semi-ready Suits
To IpfCllI Oidll
F TUBUS ll do Siml-nadr nun to
out iown */aam*y hii-fabeml-iead*'
lui 1 nud- 1
JUtll till
.i.il oid" Hum pie
Send loi Kloi'i Own" turn*
lulu « 120, wllh nrlt book ind wlf-
ni-i.uiiim loi mi. On-matted. Sold it
th* unit ptlce mowlme In Cinida.
Hive rou it-n the itfle book, Sifl"
Ont (ot rou it ttini •'"dr Limiw-J.
Menuiil.
trad-mi.-- Ciikrina
O! Fred Johnston, Fertile, «. C.
INVESTIGATIONS IN THE UNITED   STATES    PROVE THAT
WAdK-EAHNKK    IS NOT
BENEFITTED BY HIOH
TARIFF.
The claim that, a high I ■wil'! is
heeded to maintain the standards ol
living and of work of the Amencui
wage-earner is a Helton. This facl
uas been- iiu'onlesi.thly domoiistftit'il
by tlio Investigation recently conducted by the I '■niled States Tmmu.r
m commission. Another (< oiling facl is lhal the wages or Unmarried employee in mine, mill, or
factory are Insufflciajil (0 support a
normal family life, of Hi,  families Investigated by the 'u'o'gniiiici
Commission only Iti jn-r sent were entirely supported hy, the .■atT.inj'is of
ihe beads. This is !OnVln<dng I'1 of
Ihat a protective tariff policy has utterly failed to benefit llw wage-earners id the country. Mr W. -lett
Laiick, of the United Stales Immigration Commission, now nrltigs forward, in the Atlantic Monthly lot
September, still further .svuirnce,
ttlppllo.1 by the recent report-*) of tlu
Tarifl Board and the Fedenl Bureau
of Corporations.     Ile writs:
"In its report on tlie Pulp and
News-Print Paper Industry, the 'lar-
tIT Board showed that the lota!
mill cost,of making .one ton of newsprint paper averaged, in 1911, $32.83.
The average price received for ibis,
eloss of paper in the New York nrr-
kct during the same year was $-13,011,
The gross profit to the mantltacturei
per ton was, therefore, $11.02. The
labor cist was approximately onh
10 per cent of the total cost and
only 30 per cent of the profit to Ibe
manufacturer. In other words, the
startling fact was disclosed thai
if the wage-earners in thc pulp and
paper mills were lo have their wages'
doubled, and if the New York price
remained the same, it would still
leave a profit to the mill of $7.:.'i for
each ton of news-print paper produced. Smaller Increases in rates ol
payment to the workmen would o(
course have less ctTiTt upon profits
and total costs."
In the steel trade a similar condition exists, as is evidenced by the
cost records of the United States
Steel Corporation, investigated hy.
the Federal Bureau of Corporations.
"As a result of this Inquiry it was
found that the entire cost per ion ol
producing Minnesota and Michipau
iron-ore and delivering it to the lower lake ports was $2.HS. (If llu*
amount only 35 cents'per ton, or 12
per cent of ibe aggregate outlay,
was for labor at Ibc mines. The expense of producing a ton of coke in
tho Coniiellsville, Pennsylvania, region was ascertained to Ih* $3,60,
out of which only 25 cents was expended for productive labor. In making pig iron, and Bessemer .u-l open-*,
hoarth steel ingots and rails, ih<<
sum paid to labor was ascertained to
be only from 3 to 5 pet cent of the
total cost of manufacture. Furthermore, the present customs duty on
steel products was found to -hi- from
three to sixteen times the hi|ior cost
per ton."
lu tho textile industries Mr. Laiick
presents the following illustrations,
of the low range of labor-costs and
of the striking comparisons of the
high tariff duties on textiles wilh
the small amounts paid to workmen
in tbe mills:
"A yard of men's w( rated suiting
was found by the Tariff Board to
cost an American mill $1.71 to place
on thc market. The rate of payment to the weaver on this cloth
was ascertained to he only 5 cents
per yard, but the present tariff dntv
is S1.02. In manufacturing women'if
se(ge clotn of a certain description
on which there is an import duty of
10 cents per yaod, lhe total American expense ol production was shown
to Ih- 115 cents per yard plus the
labor cost of only In cents. On comparing foreign and domestic costs for
anothei sample of women's all-wool
serge the total expenses of,manufacturing it In the United States wero
discovered to be 1:1 cents, and the
labor cost only 9 cents per yard. Tbe
duty on a yurd of this cloth, however, is 40 cents, or l.M |>er cent
of the difference between the expense
.or labor iu the United Stgtes and
England, the country showing the
lowest labor-cost."
As regards cotton goods, it was
found that the duty on some fabrics
was 2.5 per cent of the difference In
labor-costs between ibis country nnd
(ireat Britain. The inquiry of the
Tarifl Board also showed that the
money wages of English cottotwt.HI
workers were only one-third less than
those of operatives in our mills. A
comparison of real wages disclosed
tin* additional fact that the operatives in both countries were practically on Ibe same level, with a slight
advantage, il any, In purchasing power to tne English workmen."
IllustrnUoni of » similar kind
might Ih* multiplied indelinitely.    As
Mr. Lnuok justly observes:
"It is apparent thill mil" wage-earners are not gelling their proper share
of tariff benefits nud that Iheir compensation might be greatly Increased
without any serious injury to profits
or lo industry. The rates paid to
workers fn the iron and sleel, paper
and' news-print, and the cotton,
woolen, und worsted goods manufacturing industries, for example, niilgbl
he doubled and still leavo large profile io be divided between the manufacturer and wholesale and retail
merchants. The wage-earners in
these aud other branches of mining
and manufacturing are nol securing
tlieir shah of proteobion from ih,*
tariff because they are nni in n po-
ition t<> demand ll."
Tne wage-earners' share Is being
ihtintii.l i-ithei bj the manufacturers
and jobbers    01     hj the dis1riliutim<;
genis, malnlj by ibe latter.
Mr. Laiick    concluded   his   article
,illi      Hie assertion   lhal   Ihe   \ini-ii-
.111 wage-earner has largelj disappeared, while neither he nor his Immigrant successor has heen properly
benefited by our protective tartIT,
Dr. Martel's Female Pills
Nineteen Vears the Standard
Prescribed anil recommended Inr women's ailments, a scientifically prepared remedy ol proven worth.    The
result from Iheir use Is i|"icl< anil
permanent. Fnr sale at all drugstores
Make*. Short Work of
RHEUMATISM
Deep-Mated ind apparently h-ipdt-x* ch-sps cf
Rci'itU-it, Lumbago, Gout. Ni-iirflli-iu ..ml all other
forms of Rheumatism yitl-l at oner to Abbot t Urea.
Ithi'iim;itic Remedy. Like nn nni*el of men-., it
had f-lven 1 n a tan t relief lonlt'-'|i-fur.-;iki-n HiifTcrein,
lifted them from beds of nitnny and for 2H yours
haa been curing men, women and children for
whom there Memed no hein. Just a f--w bottles
have cured eases of from N to •' i yean' duration
nnd today it atanda unrivalled as a nuiik, safe and
tlmolutt-ly reliable triiiltin in f-1 :ill uric ncid dits-
eases, weak kidneys, etc.   Let n iinllar bottle of
Abbott Broi. Rhtumatic Bound*
end your paina at once—stnrt ymir cure today.
Sent prepaid by Abbott Broi., 711 S. Onirhorn St.,
Chicago, III,, if your druKtu'st .-oca r -it have it-
Sold by the Cranbrook Drug ami
Itook Uo.
NOTICK.
NOTICE IS IIKHKHY C. .KN
that thirty days alter da.c I interd
to apply to the Chiel CoinmUshDcr
of Lauds and to the Assistant 'V-v-
missioner of Lands lor thc Dls.rlct
of East-Kootcnay for a Ilce-*l3ii to
prospect for conl and petroleum in
the following described lands, s.-ute
on the North Fori, of Michel I ieek,
about six miles rn rth ot the ir.ri.i-
riinn Pacific Railroad and lviiu"!i:-
tween the Mclnnes Group and tbo
('rows Nest Pass Coal Company ■>
land:
Commencing at a post p.anted ore
mile north ot .1 [mint one mite cast u
the intersection of the *'ast *.u'e Hi o
of the Mclnnes Oroup and the north
side line of tbe Crows Nest Pass
Coat Company's laml, said post being tlie Initial post of f. I-.. \V..i?-
mann's claim and marted •**".. K.
Weismann's north-east e irnei,"
thence SO eliains south; thence KU
chains west; thenee 80 chains 'will;
thence Kii chains cast to place of he-
ginning, containing 6-10 acres, mote
or less.
Located August 20Ui, 1-M2.
C. K. Weismann, Locator.
Batice Lameroux, AgOilfc. -i'> 5
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HBBEBY GIVEN
that thirty days alter date I intend
to apply tr. thc chief Commissioner
of Lands and to Ibe Assistant Commissioner of Lands for the District of
East Kootenay for a license to
prospect lor coal and petroleum on
ttie following described lands, situation the North Fork of Michel Creek,
about six miles north of the Canadian Pacific Itailroad and lying between thc Mclnnes Group and thij
Crows Nest Puss Coal Company's
land:
Commencing at a post planted at
C. K. Weismann's norlli-easl corner,
same being the Initial post of A.
Hopson's claim, and marked "A.
Hopson's north-west corner," thence
811 chains south, thence 80 chains
east; thence 80 chains north, ihence
su chains west to place of beginning,
containing 610 acres, more or less.
Located August 30th, 1919.
A. Hopson, Locator.
Itatiee Lameroux, Agent. 85-6
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Butcher Co. •
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MEAT MARKET
Dealers In
Fresh mnl Cured
MlaHlB.
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I        Butcher Co.
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Poultry, Game nnil Fish
In Season.
GIVE   US   A   TltlAI.
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SOCIETY AND CHURCH     ■
DIRECTORY J
Crnnbrooh    I.ml^e,
No. 34
A.K. & A.  M.
lingular mcGtltigs ou
tlm   tliinl   Tliursilay
e[ every mouth.
Visiting liri-Uiien welcomed.
1). .1. McSweyn, W.M,
.1. S. l'eck, Secretary.
ClIKSI'KN'l'  LotiQB No. M
KNIGHTS   oi    PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, 11. C.
Meets   every    Tuesday at K p.m. at
Fraternity Hall.
N, S. Houston, C.C.
K. a. Strido, K. of It. & s.
Visiting hrctUrcti   cordially Invited
to attuiid.
I.O.O.F., KEY CITV LODGE, No. 42
Electric Restorer for Men
PhoSphotlOl w^WM ■"■wy nerve lu lhc body
 ______ to lis [>r«>l"*i tension ; real ores
vim ami vitality. Premature decay ntui all hxuh]
weakness averted ut once. Phaiphoaol will
malto vol! a new man. I'rice Ilia boi. or two for
l">. Mallei) hi any inl-Jress. Tha BOOMll Drug
Oo,. Bt, Catharlnca, Ont.
Kor sale at Beattie-Murphy Co., LU.
Tim Lauding UubIiioss Col logo
ol the Norlhwuat
Whom young people can receive
u lho rough business training.
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEEPING
COMMERCIAL LAW, ETC.
Ih in session twelve niuiilhs in
the year.
No outrnnce examinations.
Board nud room ni vory reasonable ratoa,
Wo Bcctiro positions lor our
students,
our new beautifully illnalrntud
i;|l:i|i>l'iii' *-eiil  flee ll'ioil rOllUUBti
Wiiieloi ii NOW I
H. C. BLAIR, Principal
Ihi a Madison     -      RttlKANK
Meets every Monday
night at   New Fraternity   Hall.    So-i^
Journing Oddfotlowb cordially invited.   +
11. !■:. Stephens, VV. M. Harris
N. 0, Seo'y.
DURHAM ENCAMPMENT NO. 12.
1.0 O.P.
Meets first  and    third Wednesdays
in each month.
A   cordial reception e. tended     to
visiting brothers.
oilicers July 1st to December 3ist.
C. P.—11.  Clayton.
Scribe—W. M. I [arris.	
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODOE
No.  1U.
Meets every second and   (mirth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning    Heliekahs   cordially Invited.
Miss Nellie Baker, N. G.
Mrs. Anna Beat-tie,   Rec. Sec.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 81)13
Meets iu Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday ol eaeh month at 8
[i.in. sharp
Wm. Henderson, CR.
L. Pcarron, See., Rox 618.
Visiting lirethren made welcome.
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FOR-
ESTERS.
Meets in Carmen's Hall first aad
third Thursday ot each month at
s p.m. sharp.
Mrs.  Lulu llayward,  Rec. Sec.
W. B, McFarlane, Chief Hanger
Visiting brethren made welcome.
OVER SEAS CLUB.
Meets in Carmen's     Hall 2nd    and
1th Tuesday every month at 8 p.m.
Membership   open   to Hritish   citi
/ens.
N. A. Wallinger, W. C. Crehhin
Pres. See'y.
P. O. Box 425
Visiting members cordially welcomed. __    _      „„
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Cranbrook   Lodge N'o. 1019.
Meets every   Wednesday night at 8
p.m. in Royal   Black Knights   Hall,
Baker Street.
..2-tt       R. s. Garrett, Secretary.
ANCIENT    ORDER    OF   FORESTERS.
Pride of Cranbrook   Circle, No. 153,
Companions of tne Forest.
Meets in Carmen's Hall 2nd and Ith
Thursday of eaeh month at 3
p.m. sharp.
Mrs. L. Whittaker, CO.
Mrs.  I, Heigh, Seeretajty.
Visiting Companions cordially welcome.
Diseases of Men
CURED
I |.M,iliv(|.v.'iir..il1ni-'oiirll,t...liel th*
ntnv iiml iir.'iil'.i.lnt.'l, ii.-'iiriil-li-liviinv
melbnili other tlinn llm* I employ. I di,
imi .'itn- vhnliM i iviitf.i you o* hoi'!oB|
or by -vino mmnthi*hfu tnrntad imi; ii»-
■•ml. ilnli \ in Iiml I inn .nn- vou, mnl I
will In. ul.).. (., hih.h1. •jrtlnit-'l*. initio iiml-
tor when I know tto ilttnll-.nl yoor east.
WRITE FOR  FREE  BOOK
If vmi i-iin'i mil io my ofltn write for
no I k. who ii ilf-Mriln my method.
AH letter** ar* given ppednt attentinu.
DR.   KELLEY'S
GREAT MUSEUM
910 llllll.MID STIIKKT
SPOKANE. WASH
The Old P. Wood's
Business.
ICRANBROOK-FERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE'.
Praaldanl i T. s. Gat,
SiHTplarv: S. MaGOONALO
Kor iu'nrmnlimi M-uanlinir Inmla i
mnl  Agrloultnra   ai'i'ly   to tlm i
1 Smiii'tarv, (IraiilirnoK. II. C.
• ■•«(«•■••■••■
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Archie Waler
X    Builder and
♦     Contractor
Septic Tanks ami Coucroto   ■
Work p'niT.'illy a '
♦ specialty. !
t Estimates   Freely  Given.;
I P.O. Box 346 I
| Cranbrook, B.C. |
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I     PROFESSIONAL CARDS     |
I   I
W. P. OURD,
Barrister. Solicitor, Etc.
Money to loan on favorable terms.
rRANBROOK.BRITl.SH  COLUHBI.
HARVEY, McCARTER, MACDONAID
& NISBET
Barristers, Solicitors and
Notaries
Montiy to Loan
IMPERIAL BANK BUILDING,
IMS. KIND & I1RI-I-N,
Physicians and Surgeons.
'IITIr* at  Itaalil.ara,   Arinitroui   4.a,
OFFICE] IIOIIIIS :
Pormootw - - - - IM to 10 iki
Alttiriirion* ■ - - 8.00 to   4 IIII
I'lvriiiiiKs - - - - IM to   8.80
.Smnla.s - -  - • J 80 to   4 Illi
ORANIIKOOK :l    ll     "    ll     ». 0,
DK. F. li. MILliS
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
1 to 13 a.m.
1 to   8 p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Olliee in Hanson Block.
CRANBROOK        -      -       - B. 0,
CENTURY RESTAURANT
Opposite O.P.R. Si ii iii.ii
THE  PLACE  TO  OKT  A
QUICK MEAL AN!
GOOD MEAL
ROOMS TO RENT.
UoatlijunrterB for all kimls of
Repairs
Satisfaotion Gnaranteetl
JOE   MARAPODI
Tho Shoo S|n'cialist
FRANK DEZALL
Curries a hill Itock of
DEERINC MOWERS AND
RAKES
und
MCCORMICK MOWERS
Reiuiirs for above always
iu Htuck
CHAS. S. PARKER::
J J       Sii.-ci'aaor lo F. T. P. l'KKKV
:: DRAYINC AND
TRANSFERRING
AGENTS FOR
i;THE IMPERIAL OIL CO. \\
AND CALT COAL
I ► w'*1    _
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THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Motel
llooin* witli llalli*.   'I'lione in
every room
llnrla-r Shop ou the preiiii*e*.
ThoroiiKlily iip-liHlale.
Rales, $2.00 a day and up.
OKI). P. WK1.I.H, Proprietor
B. TO.MKIN, Manapr
even u YMnr
ixptmiNCC
Patents
DcaiQNi
CoMBiQHTa Aa
a*iT*m» **n illiii »»kft rti wiil-toMriitlliinii.fc}
nnlrklr MiireTlniii our «.j.ii.i'>ri freo -tlintlipr an
init'iiitiin it iiriih-i'tlr imi«iiijbli\ r<»mmiinlrii.
ui'ii*iiiiti.'ilffi.iiiiMf*iiO-il. NAnNOK on 1'Mei.u
•onl I-m. ffitlMt nit»*iir-r fur wwurini liiitaiili.
I'-itoiiti Ukrn tlir.'uuh Jlmm kVu. rucilTt
il*.. HI - "fi-», without mm, lu Hi*
Scientific JIntericatt.
A  hin-taniMly IlltwHWi w»rtly.    UrurtTt elf.
n   uf   -.111   tw-lflltlllr    1'iilllml.     lirmi*    titf
qu',,.h. $».n n r**t, iMMUttti i»i-i«iii.  hui-1 Lr
Wt-TCSlBJfe*
DENTISTRY
H. E. HALL,  D. D. S.
Crown ami Bridge Work
a specialty.
Office ovor F. Parks Hardware
Store, Baker Street
Phone No. 2110
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
MATBRNirV   .ND   PRIVATE   NUHSIN0
Terms on Application,
MKS. A. SALMON.
Phone 25!' Matron.
P. 0. Bos 845   Armstrong Ave
BC. LAND SURVEYORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Cranlirook anil Fort Steele
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
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J. <J. CUMMINGS
MRHHTIIIN ENtlll-iKER
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND \
SURVEV0R
I
Tal. No. 1W
J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
B.  C.  land  Surveyor
CRANBROOK    •     B. C.
F. S.   ROSSETER
A. H. Can. Soo. C. E.
Civil Engineer and Architect
Ofllce over Cranbrook Ding anil Hook
Co'*. Sic,ro
Telephone USD P.O. Bo* 37
W. R. Il.-att». Funeral lllrcctor
Cranbruok II. C
Phone 846
F. M. riACPHERSON
UNDERTAKER
Norbury Ave., nexl to City Hall
Day l'hone JIM Nlglll I'lione 'ISO
M. LEHltiTON WADE. it. Sc.
Electrical Engineer
Isolated Plnnta fur Light and
Power in Mills. Minos, Eto.
Municipal Instnllntlons nntl
Eitoniions
KAMLOOPS
It. C.
.-il il
Frank Provenzano
General MerehanU
Employment Agents
CRANBROOK     -     B. C
P.O. MX 194 PHONE 1*4
II you want satisfaction with
your washing:  und
it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special prices lor lauilly work.
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A reliable French regulator; never fails. Tlieie
pills are eicccdlngly powerful In irRiilating the
general Ive portion ol Mm lemaie nvsluni. KefuM
all cheap Imitations. Dr. d« ▼■«'• are soli) at
»r>a Ins, or three *or lill. Maileil to any aildrns,
TIM Keabfill llrmg C«.. M. €:«*_»!■•* OtA
For Mle at ltofttle. Murphy 4 Co., THE   CKANBKOOK   HEBALD
WIDOW'S PENSION ICI
ENLIGHTENED LEGISLATION IN,
POROE IN NEW ZEALAND.
(Frank Richards, J.P.)
Thc Widows' Pension Act enmo into operation in New Zealand on
the first of January last. It rccoivod)
Mre governor*!) assent on tlie 28th
October, 1811. It is controlled byj
Uto offlcorH appointed iiy tlio Old Ago ] Halifax i'l'""
Pension     Art, iiml   has been carried  trip,     Mr. W
FROM COAST TO COAST
. W. WILBY, WRITER OF NOTE,
WILL   DEMONSTRATE FEASIBILITY OF THK CANADIAN IIUIIIWAV.
Mr. W. II. Wilson, secretary of tho
Cranhrook     Automobile   association,
has received a letter Irom Mr. T. W,
Wilhy,    who recently Btarliod    from
cross Canada motor
hy will likely stop ofl
out without any hitch whatever. Cop- -l- Cranbrook ami if Mr, Wl.Bon's
ies ol the aot wero distributed to | plans materialize llio local nssocla-
tbo various registrars on lho 16th .sion will moot lilm nud extend hlm
November   last, ami il   was gnzetloiL every hospitality ami qshIbUuCC    in
tm Ihi; 37th November, lu lho sn I ' their power.
week of December   forms of u*)plica |   A dosimteh  from Halifax tolls    of
f   Mr.   Willi,\   prnposctl tour in    hi-
r   lows:
11   Halifax, Hepl.  i
Olil*   I'Mll
ilaml tn
ro  gi\nr
ml com
  -Tli
hy, tin-    well l un ru
| u i il ti Ims slarh'il Inn
ou a Hip which hi* hopi
W
iiilisl       anil
i ims    plnce
, lu nmrlmli'
lho
lion wen* nvallivblo from
tlw Dominion of New v,\
other, nml   pensions     tt
within a few days of tin
into loree.
Tin* main   features of tin* act
briefly: Thai a   widow, of mi)
with om* or moro children   mule
aire of 11, horn in Now /.txiliiwl
ili'priiilt'iii upon their mother fji
port,   nml   who is a Hrilish siibJoH,
and   lum boon a resident in the io-'ii-
try for u period of six monthi pi'ici
to Hie birth of any chfld, nny .mi
ply.    Tlie magistrate may (rrant   or
refuse pensions. Each grain is for
a period of twelve months, when the
circumstances are reviewed. 'Phil
maximum pension is Sl't for ime, $■**>?
for two, $116 for three, an $lir> for
more than three, children. These
amounts may he- reduced, according
to the actual income, calculated at a
rate of 5 per cent on the capital
value of all the property, where tho
actual income from such property
dot's not reach that sum. Hut personal earnings, which, with any
pension payable, do not exceed $!8*i
in any year, are exempt. The pension ceases on the re-marrlago of the
pensioner. Payment is made monthly through the post office, and where
the distances are too great, it can
he collected hy an agent. It was estimated that it would cost {266,000.
There are, approximately, 25,700 widows of all ages, of which 8,fi00 are
between the ages of 20 and 55, 6,300
between the ages of Vi aud 1,5, and
10,000, «:» years and older. These last
are qualified by age for the Old Ant-
Pensions, and, therefore, ean lie left
out of consideration for purposes of
calculation. By actual experience,
there would not lie many participants.
There was an amendment lo the
Old Age Pension Act passed during
last year, that any female, at the
age of "i'i, being tne parent of two
or more children uniier lhe age of
14, dependent upon her for support,
would be eligible for a maximum
pension of $1S'». Those who wo ill
bc likely to receive the benefit of
ibis act are thus limited to S,r>Wi he-
low the age of 55, (the RUItlMt of
widows aged 85 and over, on th,*
Old Age Pension roll is 1,896.) During the first live months of this year
about 250 applications have heen registered a month, therefore, the applicants for twelve months would
work mt at aboul 3,000, But
there lias been n marked decHno in
the number applying during th.*
latter portion of lhe live months im
mediately past, s<* thai tli.- Iirsl
year may not provide more than
2,0111) claims, and would not, piobably, make au actual liability ..:'
more tb«n 1174,600, as against tlw
$288,000, which was assumed would
lie required. The number of claims
registered lo date is 1,38*., ,.f which
number 000 have heen granted, ip
lo the 31st March List three pen
sionv had hem cancelled, Tlie total
fnmilies of pensioners range in num-
Im'i from. 1 to IT. ami tbi- number of
children under ii years in any one
family, range fiom i tn s, tin- awi
age being, total family of 5 children
mirier M ve;"-*. 2 13 children. Tinnj
were 139 widows nn Stsl March ro
eelvlng a pension t.t $115 each Ihr
ftVorQgO tieiisn.il paid. Inking tbe
whole numttCI   of TsS. at   ih.il      date.
was J!»2. cf the original natlcmall
ti.s of the widows who have been
granted pensions, 501 wen* Ne« Zoa
land, 137 fn-ilnnd, rn Ireland, 17
ttiflrnllft; 30 -Scotland; B Wales.     :.
rii.in-ii'I  Islands,   1     Isle nl Man 7
(lemons; ! Vmerlcani; - Danes, and
i Italian, 781 In all.
These people are benefitting through
the enlightened legislation of one ol
Uw most distant ■ » Ion It i ol Mw
Hiiiish empire, and where thc ..d
vantagct are nothing Hkc so ureal
as those which exist in Canada or
Hrieish Columbia. There is no rea
snfl whatever why a certain portion
of Iho proceeds from lho sales of
lands, minerals, forests\and fisheries
should not be put into a fund, ami
used for the benefit ot Ihe bringing
up of Children. The slate al thc
present time admits iis lull liability
as regards tlieir eilucaHuu, even furnishing them witli a university career. Is it mt much mora Irnnortanl
that they nhniilil be properly nourished when they nre young children, ami
In the care of their widowed mothers?
There enn Ite no attention about the
matter, ami it should be taken up by-
cur legislators nt. nn early session »\ m*\    guaranteed   by The  Cranbrook
parliament. ' Drug ami Hook Co.
about six weeks hence on lhe west-
cm const of Vancouver Island. in.
and [making lliis crosB-t'ninidn trip, Mr.
•up- WII by aims In demonstrate the fea*
,. i( Nihility of a Canadian highway.
ini!. lie is travelling under the auspices
her I of the assoclntiou, and Hying tho pennant of ihe organization on his car,
the trip being with ihe simple motive of proving ibe practicability of
the route which has been tentatively
marked out as lhe Canadian nigh-
way. If Mr. Wilhy is successful iu
bis attempt the proposed route will
he followed iu building the road now
under  construction
For some months past the officers
of tbe Canadian Highway association'
have been preparing maps, plans, and
charts for the energetic pathfinder,
and a chain of pilots bavo been provided across the continent, those lir)
Mast em Canada as far as tbe (ireat-
Lakes, naving heen selected by different automobile clubs iu these. districts, while wesl of this point the
men have been appointed by lhe
Canadian Highway association.
The guides are usually officers of
the association, who accompany -the.
pathfinder for at least one hundred
miles of bis journey, after which they
resign in favor of their successors,
so that Mr. Wilhy does not anticipate taking more than six weeks lo
cross the continent. There ore, of
course great difficult lea in In* met
with on tho ii urney, ami for some
time it seemed that tin* trip would
have to he abandoned ou account of
difficult les in lhe way. Before leaving Halifax .Mr. Wilbi was presented witb a number of letters
which will be delivered en route,
these being greetings from tbe city
.'f Halifax to representative men further west, (hie of these letters is U
liis Itoyal Highness tbe Duke of
Connaught, patron, and another to
W. .1. Kerr, president of the Canadian Highway association. It i*i
probable that the governor-general
i Camilla will also forward a letter
>f erecting to Mr. Kerr, as be has always sin wn the keenest interest in
tlte Canadian highway.
Victor Parker,   editor of ibc Moil-
en:    Power    maga inc. ,tf Winnipeg,
il Mayor Fleming, ol Brandon, are
civitig Mr.   Wilhy valuable assistance
bj   piloting     him      part   of  the wav.
while members of the Medicine tint
Vutomobile cluh will take charge ol
the traveller in Alberta, and lake
hlm iis far as ilie Hritish Columbia
boundary, where he will be met by
Ouj Lowcnberg. By bim Mr. Wtlbv
will tie taken a-- far as Caatlegar,
where .lohn P Vnderaon, anothei
\lo■ imtrident, will pilot the car to
drawl i'i rk«, whsn Mr. WHby will
taken unlet itn- protection ol
i.ii Davis, the most difficult pan
.tf tin- trip will be thai from Prince
ton, where packhorses will In* wail
Ing, and where grave doubt* are
•ntertatned thai the • " will ncvei be
iible to reach   the summit ol the di
Fhlc   and    cross   tin*   OOgS   ami   swamp
land which are there. Tlii*- accom
pUshcd, however, tho tourist will p»»
on t.t Chilllwack with W. J Kerr,
tin* party stopping long enough al
Men Westmlnstei when thej arrive
there   to    partake ol    Uw luncheon
Wllloh  is   1>- Im   gtV| ii  in  Mr      Willo's
honoi
Prom lhal pohil no further rtlfflcul-
llea in' contemplated. Tin* or being
used is ni Canadian make, and has
i,ii-n placed at ins disposal to the
maki rs. The feaatblllt) nf the Canadian hl§hwaj i**    tl ne Important
point tn I*- Inline in mind In Mr
Wilbv nml those associated with him
on this tiip. it being his intention U
keep the personal equation entirely in
tin* background, nl though this    will
be somewhat difficult, as In addition
to being a motorist ami engineer of
no mean ability, he has some literary
distinction through bis numerous nr-
iub's contributed to magazines mai
periodicals, and has already ct n-
traett'd with one Knglish niag.i'iue
niul a syndicate of Knglish newspapers for stories to be supplied by him
for a period extending over three
months.
SHAMPOOS Till.   HAIR WITHOUT
WETTING THK HAIR.
lu every package of Mncbeln, Nature's Scalp Ti nic, which hns n record for growing hair—05 cases out
of 100— Ihere is n packet of Machela
Dry Shampoo Powder. Prieo tor coin
plele   home treatment,     $1.00. Sold
Athalmer's Second Annual Fall Fair
Fine List of Prizes to be Competed for on September 20th and 21st
-RULES A.JVV TlEGULATtOJVS
1. The annual lw of membership shall he $2.00, which
sum shall entitle tJie members to free admission to tho
Exhibition during the days nn which the Exhibition is open
to the public AND ALSO SHALL ENTITLE TIIK MKM-
KMUS To FREE ENTRY IN ANV SECTION. The same
shall not In* transferable and it pretfeutii) hy any other person than the one named thereon will be taken up and full
admission fee collected, and all privileges under same •»■
forfeited.
2. All exhibits to he shown in the hull fiiusl ho placed
iu older ou the 80th September before noon <>f Hn- opening
day of thc Exhibition in order to compete in judging, which
will begin at 1 p.m. Live Slock, including poultry, will
be judged ui the grounds, commencing ut io a.m. of tbc
second (lay, September 21st.
3. Exhibitors must arrange to have their articles properly unpacked and delivered to thc Hall Superintendent free
of cost lo the Agricultural Association.
I. The Agricultural Association will take every reasonable precaution to ensure the safety of articles sent to tho
Exhibition, yet it imict Ik- distinctly understood that the
owner assumes all risks uf any article injur eil, lost or stolen, uud the Association wilt not recognize any claim of
payment in any way.
5. Entries positively close on Tuesday, September 17th.
Please enter early.
fi. All entries of articles and stock intended for exhibition must In- made on the printed forms ■furnished hy the
Association, and shall bc filled out and signed by the exhibitor or bis agent. Blank forms and pri/c lists may he
had on application to the Secretary.
7. Entry tickets will be held at the office of the Secretary and may be had ou application. The entry ticket consists of a folded card, having the exhibitor's name and address printed thereon. Tb,. folded portion of tbc entry
ticket must not he undone until alter judging, otherwise the
exhibits shall be barred from competition.     ,
8. Intending exhibitors desiring to enter worthy
articles, not covered by any seel ion, may entei such ns
extras in tbe class to whicb tbey most nearly corrcs|H>ftd,
and shall he entitled to pri/e money.
o. All persons to whom prizes ure awarded musl apply
to the Secretary on or before, the .'loth day ot Septem-bei,
ou whicb day the Secretary will pay all pri/e money. Pri/e
money will he paid in all cases by cheque.
THA/iSTOUTA TiOfi
The Upper Columbia Transportation Company have
agreed (witb Ihe "Pair Committee" of transportation) to
tiarry exhibits on their up trip at the usual rate of freight
and return them free of charge and give passengers a single
rate for round trip.
Prize List
Entry
No.
1.
SECTION A.—HORSES.
Roadsters, class No, 1.
Stallim 	
2.   Spaa oi drivinc horses 	
I.   Single driver in harness 	
I.   'l-year-olii cc.lt in harness 	
5.   2-veaMild colt in halter 	
ti.   1-year-old coll in halter 	
7.   llrooil mare and loal 	
Prize
Kirst. Second.
..$ 5.00
. .1.(10
.. 5.00
.. 5.00
.. 3.00
. .1.00
.. 3.00
$ .1.00
.1.00
3.00
.1.00
2.00
2.110
2.00
MINERAL PURPOSE  HORSE.—CLASS  No. 2.
Tlie genera! |iur|u*ie horse is lander*
stood to I*- a horse that is suitable   for  cither    carriage,  nuiuty,
saddle.    u.ic.'li or    ]ilu'ii;ll.      weight
Irom lino M.s. tn 13ml hi,
st.illum 	
Team to uagon 	
Single horse to wagon ...
9 .ear .,1,1 toll in halt,-! .
2-v,*ir-olll roll it) li.ilt.-x ,
1-veat old i-oll iiu halter...
Kool 	
5.00
5.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.IH1
HEAVY DRAFT   CLASS—CLASS NO. 8.
Droll slalliim   5.(111
Real lour home Urn-out  10.00
HeM drift team ami turn-out   5.no
S-yvar-oU filly or gelding   8.00
2 year-olil coll in halter   3.00
I -ymi old coll in halter   3.00
l-',..il             3.00
I1AOKNEV.-CI.ASS NO. t.
Ilaclno) slallion     5.00
llacknei mure     5.00
RUNNING HORSKS.-CI.ASS Nt). 5.
Hest stallion     5.00
8-jtar-oH colt     8.00
2-imt-old cv.lt in halter     S.00
1-ymr-nlil colt In halter       3.00
Ki>al     3.00
SADDLE HOUSES.
Saddle Ih-irse wilh rider up     5,00
Cow pony with rider up    5.no
EXHIBITION RIDINO.
Hest gentleman rider     5.00
Hi's! lady rider     1.00
SECTION B.-CAnTLE-CLASS NO. II.
Hull, thrn-rrar-ftld and upwards     3.00
Hull, two-year-old     3.00
Hull, iinr-ycur-iild     3.00
Hull roll    .1.00
3-year-old heller     3.00
2-year-old heller     3.011
1-year-old heller     3.00
Heller, call    3,00
Mile* eow    S.00
Co* ami call     3.011
Rec! erlller     3.00
Dairy    herd,   consisting   nl   hull and
three ee»»   10.00
Slock herd, consisting ol lour head   10.00
SKI'TION II.-SWINK, CLASS NO. 7.
Hour hog     3.IHI
Breeallni *,.»•   3.011
Mow aad litter ol Ma    3*0
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
3.00
5.110
3.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
3,00
3.110
3.00
3.011
2.00
2.00
1.00
s.00
3.011
3.011
.1.110
3.00
2.00
2.00
2.(10
2.00
2.00
2.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
5.110
2.mi
2.IHI
2.00
SECTION B.-SHEEP, CLASS NO. R.
nf Him-, any breed     .1 mi        3.mi
SECTION (-'.—POULTRY, CLASS Mi.
PlymouUi Hock, Barred, cock ami lien.
I'hiiiniiili Hock, While, cock and   lien...
I.i-^liiiiii, Wlnli-, cock and ben 	
Leghorn, nml. cock and lien 	
Leghorn, llimvu, cock and hen 	
Leghorn,   Hm.ii,   rose comb, cock and
lien 	
Winiiilolle, While, cock and hen 	
Iloiul.uis, irn-k ami ben	
Orpington, White, cock and hen   	
Orpington, Black, cook and ben 	
Orpington, Bull, cock and hen 	
Rhode Island Reds, cock and ben 	
Caincs, any variety 	
Minorcas, Itlack, cock and ben 	
Minorciis, While, cock and hen 	
Bantams, any Im^d	
Beat, pen ol any utility fowl:
breoi!, consisting ol cock and
liens 	
Best, pen of uny utility   fowls, consisting of cockerel and lour pullets	
any
lour
2.011
2.110
2.nu
2.1111
2.110
2.nil
2.IIII
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.IIII
2.110
5.00
5.00
l.llli
l.llli
LOO
Mm
I nil
l.llli
1.1)0
I.IIU
1.mi
l.iin
1.00
l.iin
l.ou
I.1111
1 uu
lllll
3.00
3.00
SECTION 0,
07. Best pair of Bronzo'turkeys	
UK. Best pair of White turkeys 	
110. Best pair of g.-ese, any variety .
70. Best |iair of ducks, any variety
-TURKEYS, OEEBE ANI) DUCKS.
71.
Wheal, While, 25 Iks	
72.
Wheal, Rod, 25 Iks	
73.
Barley,, While, 25 Iks	
71.
Barley, Rlaek, 25 Iks	
75.
Oals, White, 25 Iks	
70.
Oats, Black, 25 Iks	
77.
Bye, 25 Iks	
7S.
■•'iclil iiiiis, 25 Iks	
70.
Sheal ol alfalfa 	
80.
Sheaf ot clover, Rial
SI.
Sheaf of clover, Alsvk..
m.
Sheal ol timothy 	
S3.
Sim.! ol millet, Hungarian
HI.
sheaf r»f millet, German
85.
sheal o! millel, Japanese ..
kn.
Sheaf of Vetches 	
2.00
2.011
2.00
2.00
.  10.
I.all
1.50
1.50
1.50
1 ">n
1,5(1
1.50
1.50
1.50
1."ol
1,50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.00
l.llli
lllll
1.00
SECTION E.-FRUITS-CLASS II.
Will be Shown on I'la-tes    Kurnislu-il by the Society.
Six Apples to the Plate.
Enti
87.
88.
80.
00.
01.
02.
03.
III.
05.
AG.
07.
08.
on.
No. First.
Titofsky   1.50
Yellow Transparent   1.50
Duchess of Oldenburg   1.50
IM Astraeban   1.50
I-'aiiieuse (or Snow)   1.50
Ciaw-nstcin   1.50
Wealthy   1.50
Any otlier variety—winter   1.50
Any new variety   1.50
Crali Apples, Hyslop (plate ol 12)   1.50
Crab   Apples,    Traiisecndant (plate of
12|  1.50
('rati Apples, Whitney, (plate o! 12) ... 1.50
Crab Apples, Yellow Siberian (plate o[
12)      1.50
Second.
till;.
107.
108.
lllll,
110.
111.
113.
113.
111.
115.
11(1.
117,
118.
110.
Qitr
120.
121.
122
123.
131
125.
120.
127.
128.
120.
ISO,
111.
132.
13.1.
131.
1.15.
185a.
1.15b
1.10.
137.
138.
1.10.
IIII.
111.
113.
11.1.
111.
115.
no.
117.
118.
SMALL FRUITS.
Plate 'I lliii Curranta   1.50 .75
Plale of Black Currants   1.50 .75
Plate ui White Currants   1.50 .75
Plale of Ooosclierries   1.50 .7.*",
Plate of Cranberrlea  1.50 .75
Hluibarti. 12 stalks   1.50 .75
FRUIT IN BOTTLES.
Strawberries   1.50 .75
Logan-berrlea   1.50 .75
BasplM-niis    1.50 .75
Blackberries    1.50 .75
Qocaebcriies  1.50 .75
Cherries   1.50
Plums   l.-io
Pears  1.50
Quinces  1.50
Collection of Preserved Wild Fruit   3.00
Collection ol Cultivated Fruits   3.00
Jellies made Irom any fruit  1.60
Catsup   1.50
Pickles  .'  1.50
SECTION F.—ROOTS AND VEGETABLES-
CLASS NO. 12. ^^^^^
v No. Kirst. Second,
Potatoes, siv Early Rote   1.60 .15
Rochester Rose, six  1-50 .75
Beauty o! Ileheron, six   1.50 .75
1 nele Sam, six   1.50 .75
Asherolt, six   1.50 .75
Hoiee, six   1.50 .75
Wi-e UcOregOT, six   1.50 .75
Manitoba Wonder, six   1.50 ..75
Marly Puritan, six   1,50 .75
Cambridge Itussett, six   1.50 .75
Potatoes, any other variety   1.50 .75
1 gallon of Beans (green)   1.50 .75
Turnips, Swede, six   1.50 .75
Mango! Wurtzcl, six  1.50 .75
Squash, one, largest and best   1.50 .75
Vegetable    Marrow,   one.    largest and
best, green  1.50 .75
Vegi-table Harrow, orooVod neck 1.60 .75
Carrots. While, six   1.50 .75
Carrots, Rod, six   1,50 .75
Cabbage, two heads   1.50 .76
Cnulillower, two lu-ads   1.50 .75
Onions, Yellow, one down   1.50 .75
onions, Brown, one do/en  ,  1.50 .71
Onions, Hist, one do/en   1.50 .75
Pom, green, om' quart    1.50 .75
Corn, six ears   1.50 ..75
Celery, six roots  1.50 .75
Parsley, six bum-lie!,    1.50 ,78
Lclliicc, six beads   1.50 .75
Itiulislii-s, six hunches  J... 1.50 .75
TumatorH, ripe, ail   1.50 .75
110. Tomahrt-s, gnen, six   1.50
l")ii. Cucumbers, two  ;   1.50
I'll. Ci'ron, one   1.50
153. Jlusk Melon, one  1.50
SECTION U.—DOMESTIC SCIENCE—CLASS so.
163. One pan of biscuits   1.50
lal. Two loaves vi white bread     1.50
155. Two loaves nf Graham bread   1.50
151). Butter in prints, five pounds   1.50
157. Best collection "f homo made candy .. . 1.50
158. One light cal.,    1.60
150, (llie fruit cake   1.50
luu. llonei, three pounds 1,50
101.
103,
103.
till.
SECTION IL-FLOWERS—CLASS Nn. II
Best display "I pot plants   1.50
Beal dlsplaj ..i garden Powers I 50
Best dlspla) ■•( Hsollias ... I 50
Best ilisplai rn' sweet peas 1.50
SECTION I,—PHOTOGRAPHY—CLASS NO   13
Hist amateur collection ot photography,
consisting nf not u-.-s than six pictures .... 3.00
Best collection ot photographs ol ('„■
lumbia Valle) .   3.00
2.nn
: ml
SECTION J.-ART-I I \^- Nn   ],
Int. Oil painting (copy) .
168. oil painting [original]
mu. Water color (copi
170 Water color (original)
iti. I', rography on wood ..
172. Pyrography on roD'cl .
178. Stenciling loth  	
171. Pcrtniattiahip, pubt c sch.K.l
175. Penmanship, inch school ..
170. Wi ,ni carving
177 Pierced bras-; w,„*i
its. Decorated china .
170. Best   map of    the
showing   the   K.
towns, public rood
etc      .
'. .11
I  .11
'
1 *,n
1.50
1 *,o
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.60
1.60
Columbia   Valley,
RaUway  with
. and auto routes.
1.50
.75
.ra
2O0.
.75
2Hl.
211.
2.uu
2.00
212.
211.
211.
.75
215.
.76
210.
,7J
217.
211.
210.
-.ErriON   In -KWt'V    WORK   DEPARTMENT-CLASS
SO. 17. POR IMATEURS.    ALL 11 \M-
MAP?: WORK.
Entry No.
180. Embroidery, silk md, od any   material
181. Embroiik'ry, eyelet, .,ny article 	
182. Ik-st collection ..f t*r.bro«ivry work 	
I8:j.   SjH-timfii of drawi. work- 	
181.   Hand made la«\ any article 	
Ifi.T.   S|jt*rimpn of netting 	
IS*;,   sp'-nnun of ijttm. 	
IS7.   (■pi-ch***! specimen in cottcn 	
188.   Crochet in wool 	
ISO.   spi**inw-n of fancy 1-nittine       . .
1W.   Spfrimen of plair. knitting        	
MU.   Nt-.-dlework or. sra.-ment	
1^2. Bnt collection, consist in*; of specimens   of    hi-mminc   s'-wine,   button
holes, patching and darning 	
183. Sofa pillow, t-mhroid'-retl in silk 	
191.   Pincushion   	
Ifl5.   t^uilt patch-work 	
lf*6.   Counterpane, cro-h* t»**i or knitted 	
107.   Rahy .jaskvt. f-irnislied 	
lf'8.   Baby's dress, sewed	
199. A   set—baby's jacket,   boots and si.oec
20(1.   Indies hand bag......    	
201. Indies underwear, m three pieces
202. Netted doyley^, set of three	
203. Hcdroom slippers, knitted or   crocheted
SECTION L.-MISCEULANEOUS-CLASS Nd. 18.
Best collection <A curios 	
Ik-st collection of stamps	
Ik-st collection of picture [lOstcards
Mounted Iwads, sbee-p 	
Mounted heads, k0-1*  	
lk-cr, any variety 	
Coyote	
Wolf 	
Mounted heads, (DOOM) 	
Mounted heads, cariboo 	
Kurs, raw or cured, bear skin .
Furs, raw or cured, mink 	
Kurs,  raw or cured, muskr.it
Furs', raw or cured, coyote     	
Furs*, raw or cured, wolf 	
Furs, raw or cured, cougar 	
First. S
ecoml.
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
01.50
.75
1.50
.7
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
3.00
2.00
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.511
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
1.00
2.00
Mill
....   2.00
l.llli
1.50
1.011
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
    1.50
.75
...    1.50
.7-5
1.50
.75
1.60
.75
1.50
.75
. ...    1.50
.75
1.50
.75
1 5"
.75
1.60
.75
1 *."
.75
SECTION M-MINKK.M.S-I'I.ASS NO.  P.
220.
Silver on*
JJ]
I-eod r>re
jj_>
Capper ore
221
Col.)  ore .
."Mill J "-'
3.00 2.00
8.00 : DO
1.00 2.00
SpecW prize ol sihor ''up for best general exhibit of
fruit, 'liven by West-in Agt-n'i'-s and Development Co ,
I.id . Calgary In 1011 ami w«n by J. B. Ilawkrv, Patnnont,
H. c , t«-i Ih* placed lf»r com petition anan.-
Tlie terms under which this '"up wa^ presented were
Tin* Cup to to belli from year to year by jurty wlio wiiw
ymi' ami lo bcootne liis property when won hy him in three
consecutive years.
The term "Reneral exhibit of fruit" to be decided by
our AsaooinUon.
Special pri/e of Silver Cup, given by It Kandulph
Bruce, Esq., Wilmer, H. ('., lor the best general exhibit
(rom any one farm.
Exhibit may Include, a a well as cereals, roots and v©-^
tables, ilressul poultry, ej-gs, butter, checs»*, bread mafethg
and all xto things pertainm**. to a farm.
Tbe beautiful Solid Silver Gold-lined ''up will to given
under llm lollottinj; conditions To be won twin* hy tbe satin-
rvbibitor, noi ncocaaarlly in luccenlon.
Special pri/e ol a Columbia DUc Orapbophone, valued
at  |SS, given by Hie Columbia Valley Supply Co, l.M, for
the tH'Kt collection ol general produce grown bj nen M-ttiets
uf 1911 ud 191H. THK UKANBttOOK HKKALI)
FIEIKOMET IB PREMIER
SOI Til AFRICAN   REBEL NOW A
(IENERAL IN TIIK BRITISH
ARMY.
Due of the romances ol South Africa is compressed into the formal
pliraseing of the following nnnounco-
iii.'iit Issued b) the llritish war olliee
recently:
The, secretary ol the war olliee announces tlml iin* king lias been grac-
sly pleased   to appoint the   Right
in   1910   premlei ol United      South
Africa.
When General Botha waj here »l|
the Imperial conference lu 1907, be
was specially granted the right to
use lhe title of General iifhleb lis
held Io the Boer army. Five ye.iis
after the peace lie was premier iiuderj
the Hrilish llag.
WEATHER DURING AUGUST
Cranbrook   meteorological     report
lor August 1913 anil 1911;
August, 1»12.
Honorable Louis Botlia, premier anil i'l'1"1- ""'**■ August 2:i   87 degrees
minister ol agriculture   ol the Union I'1'1"'1'- '"'"• AllSu8< '>"   M degrees
ol   South     Wrier, lo to mi hoiiorai) jltnlntoll   1.01  inehes
general In the army. 5       , August, 1011.
Twelve year* ago ii « I      have I T|'w' "'"■    A"K"sl >~ - ?' **r™
,.    . ., , I'liter, min  Angus  20  -in degree*
seemed an unimaginable ills icnso'lkm ■ ,  .
nl late that tleneral II a, who w«h j"«-in,»"     -    _   '" iM """'"
eonimaniler-in-chie!   "I   Ibe Hoei loi *
ees, shoiiM   ever bo   premlei ol       a ! *J||-*|UP   IU  11 ICITft
i.r: liritisli i,-i iv uml tho holder IlllHIIlt)   III flLNul\H
nl nlmiisl ibe highest rank      in   .fee, 	
Vrmy againsl which ho louglil so! Seoltle, Wash., Hopt, I.—Tills ha*
slrenuoiialy. j " a   ureal year   lor turning       In
Tills »eeh twelve years nun floncr- | vli,sU awl Uio latest reports imli-
al Botha, Willi a Iniee ill 8,iiiiii lloersj   ™to lhal »S,000,0fl0 will lie spent in
inu,-inImi   iniinil   al  I,ydenburg, !development work Imnwiliatoly. .lack-
wns lighting a series r.l tlosporalo ne- . Huts anil Itoltlcn have dlscovereil      a
Lions againsl tho liritisli t ps   un-   copper ileposll ol 80,000,000 Ions .nn
iloi Sir .lohn French ami sir Hogln- [ll"'' properly, near .luncaii, ivhicli Inula Polo-Carcw. Tailav in „ cere to lie.worked tn its lull capacity.
m, nial procession in London General ,Mr. Ilolden is owner ol ibe C'lcvi-
llr.lha coithl walk side hy slilc    with   land    I'laiinb-ali-r   ami    lho    Boston
these officers,   wearing the same mil-  Transcript,    llunl  Stone ami L'n.
Inrnt ami holillng tin- same rank in ,bave hotighl the Alaska tlohl Minos
the llrilish Aran as lln-y. compnny,     with a capital nf •*".5iiii,-
Louls llolha was only a Held cornel ,000. Former Senator Kerns, ol
in tho lloor army when the war)''tail, who lias jusl relumed Irom a
broke out, bul be soon proved thai . """' "' ""' north, Predicts the ros-
lu- was a greal soldier, with lilc In- ''•**" sort "I a luliiro lor Alaska, a>,
luilivo senilis lor leading men in tile ,ho bclllvcs its resources lo be un
In-Ill lhal is    possessed by sn     lew, I limited.
am! thai   a liletitnc "I si-ifiitit'n- inili   i '▼ '
t.n-.  training cannol Impart.
Horn al   Oreytown, Natal, in 111(13,
ho   represented   VryheM nl  llie flrsl
Transvaal Volksrnu'l, ncleil as Held
cornet fnr thai ilifltriel at the opening nl the war. and siieceoilcd Oencr-
al .foubcrl a* conimnn'ler-ln-clilef. lie
v.as in command of Ihe Boer lorccs
.ii im- Irnttle nl 1'olensn
The victory <•! ('"I, ns<. where sit
Itedvern Bullei received bis lirst duel lie ehoek, was thc n-siill , f Ills
strategy. Tills nindc bim fnnious,
an.I from thai Imiir tin- eyes ot thii
tiurghers were turned on liim as th ■
nne man in tn load them.
When   .louhcrl,   Ihc   comi lanl-
seiier.il ol llu- liner army, lay dying
he was asked wlm would till his
place With liis dying hreath he
gasped Un- name nl HotTra. To describe all bis exploits Irnm, IS'ltl to
l-'lii  would   lie In retell in, st nl    llle
chiel   incidents   o!   the war.     Alter
tin. Peaee nf Vcrconiglng, in 10112. be
went track tn his larm In 1'III7 lir
In-eaine premier ol the Transvaal, nnd
IIKKA.se FROM   CITY'S SKWAOK
-IIOHSKS'    TAILS—MILK-
INtl IIY MUSIC.
According to a reporl made in
Vpril nf this year, the lown ol Brad-
fi rd, Kiighiud, during Hie lirst vear
il iln- plant's operation (in 1011)
mnl:- a iiii profit nl nearly $200,000
from tin- sale nf grease recovered
from tin- city's sewage.
Tin- scheme has proved such au
iimjunlified tinancial success that early in 11112 the sewage-grease operators began an expenditure ol over
Sinn,mm in lmprovmonts on the   pre-
■ni plant. A further Increase iu
Hie si/e of Ihe plant and tbe additjnn
ul ih-w- machinery, now lM-ing considered, are    expected tn raise       the
earning capacity nf tin- plant to half
,, million dollars a year.
Durrnfij Hie recent   coal strike in
England there was developed a new
Auditorium Theatre
Saf y, Sept. 7th
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Billy "Single"
Clifford
 OFFERS —
* HIMSELF," A SUPEBB CAST, AND THK OIBLIEST
GIRLIE BEAUTY CHORUS
The Bewitching Musical Fan asy
The Girl
The Man
and
The Game
OCEANS, WAVES ANI) BILLOWS OF PUN
BRIMFUL OF LAUGHS, NOT MUSHES
NEW SONGS. NEW DANCES. NEW COSTUMES
NEW FACES. EVERYTHING NEW
EXCEPT THE TALE
11     OEMS OP TUNEFUL MELODY - U
YorLL ENJOY IT
outlet mt a byproduct ol this in-
dusky. The pressed brick from
which the grease hud been extracted
was used for fuel |>y the local Bradford factories. The use or It would
have extended to other cities had if
turn possible lo supply rhe demand.
Bradford is Uie only city in Great
Great Britain which secures a profit)
from its savage and among bhe few
uf the world. The present works
iiit- the result of a dozen years ol
experiment. By the dsc of similar
plants Chicago could abolish her odious sewage canal, which kills the fish
in the river half way lo St. Louis,
niul .New York could solve her problem of harbor pollution which an**
nil ally takes a heavy loll of human
lives, while limns awl cities everywhere could make for belter s.i.iitu-
sjun uihI Improved health, earning al
llu- same time a substantial profit
that would largely offset the miinlci-
l>al budget.
Nebraska holds Ibe distinction to
ilaic tl Un* only known ''freckle farmer." With a special scalpel he successfully transplants liny pntelics nf
skin [ruin one pad nf lhe body lo
another. Tbis grafting lakes tlio
form of fancj designs, patterns, uml
Images, Tliese are as pcrmnne.il as
tattooing, if mil quite so delicate ia
tracery. Through the stale Medical
nssnclallon it Is learned thai he has*,
been experimenting In freckle grafting
or running fm* more than ten years.
Inio the port nf Boston enme recently a ship Balling frnm the Chinese
const, lien ting on her manifest at)
Item of sixty-live horse tails—also
Ibe tails. They came from Tientsin.
Tlw United Stales imports horse
falls Irnm several countries, particularly frnm Russia and China,
where ibe horse-tail hairs grow on*
usually long; from South America
und Australia, as well as from nearly every Kiiiopeau country.
S climes     Ibe.se   tails are worth
twenty cents a ponml and again a*
milch as fcwo dollars. The hairs, being carefully graded for length and
color, are used either alone nr mixed
with other libers in making different
kinds of brashes and with otlier material iu the manufacture nf haircloth for various purposes. In the
nuntries where these tails are col
eeted, cured, ntd prepared for ex
port the occupation of the horse-tail
buyers may not seem more odd to
the natives than the "ol* clo' " man
ur  "ra-g-g-gs V   hollies" do      lo
IIS.
There is a huntsman on bhe payroll
nf lhe city of New York who catches
wild beasts ia Central Park.
The total annual kill of this uniq|ic
huntsman aim tints to thousands **f
specimens ol various species. Armed
with Ute Insignia of his office, a p;»ir
i.f field-glasses, and a ride nf small
caliber, ihis official fares forth to
Iiniii and kill stray cats and dogs.
muskrats, minks, ground-bogs, rats,
mice, moles, hawks (from Xto little)
"fly-chasers" to tlw big fellows tbat
can cany a goose), owls, and now
ind then an eagle venturing over rlv-
•r from Uie New Jersey mountains. He is always accompanied hy
;i highly-trained terrier, which makes]
unnecessary lhe use of some Imiid-
n-ds of cartridges on the special rat-
hunt days. Sn far this park hunter
has never killed a cntw Intruder;
Jim's antipathy toward city lift*
keeps him free of this danger.
A Wisconsin man bas jusl sarin) lor
England lo teach the British dairy-)
man how to secure a greater yield ol
ilk by playing slow, soft, sentimental music in the cow-stables at
inllking-ttmc. lie claims in have already convinced American experts of
the practicality of his scheme.
JOHNSQN-JEANNETTE GO" OFF
COMMISSIONERS    WOULD    NOT
PERMIT PIOHT IN NEW
YORK.
New York, Sept. I.—The Jnhnann-
leajiette Imxing match set f,,r September 25th at the si. Nicholas
Athletic club, has been declared oh*
'fir the betterment of the sport,"
hy Jesse and Kdwanl UoMthOD, the
promoters of Uw bout, Tlte HoMahon
brothers called off the match alter a
long conference 1x>hind closed doon
with Hm* state athletic commission.
Commissioners O'Neill and Hiv-n
denied that any oocrclon wu brought
bear bv them In Induct) the Mt>
Matin)*, in declare on tin* proposed
bout.
"The commission ileeided Inn:*,
ago," said O'Neil, "lhal Jack Johnson would not |m> permitted to fight
here. We believe now as we did
then that the presence of Johnson "■
a ring contest in this state would
he Inimical to the best interesls of
boxing, the status of which has
greatly improved •under the Frawley
law."
Chicago, Sept. I-"That doesn't
worry mc," said Jack Johnson whew
informed that his contest witn Jean-
nottc scheduled to he decided In New
Ynrk September 38, has been called
off.
"That means that I won't fight
again. I simply wanted to fight
Joanne tic to show certain people
tlmt I wasn't 'all in* ns they claimed," said Johnson.   _ |
M POPE'S CONDITION
Paris, Sepi. I.—Religious paipora
have mil lold all tbc truth, according to ibe Marls Matin, concerning
tbe |'i ,-c's condition. Thc Tacts, says
this paper, ah* that hi- is growing
weaker dally. No stranger to thc
Vatican is admitted tn tin* I'ope's
mass, for the reason thai tin- I'opsj
often musl celebrate ihe 11 oh Sacrifice in a sitting position. His limbs
do mil hold him, despite bis energetic efforts to save appearances, Ilia
Immediate entourage say the condition of his sister is causing grave
apprehension to the Pope, which mental suffering reads much mi his own
physical condition.
CLASSIFIED LOCALS
to rehTcheap
Large Warehouse.—Apply F. J.
Deane, Herald Office. Hf
DANCING, Dl-.POimiKNr AM)
CALISTHENICS. - Miss Marion
Itiimscy will resume her classes an I
private lessons at the Masonic Hall
• hi Monday, September Dili. Juvenile)
class, Saturday October 511., ■• p.m.
further particulars address Box 100,
•phone .'157. -toil
KOR SALIC.—8 acres ol land, :t
dwellings, stables, hen houses, rool
cellar, back of hospital, never falling
spring water, titiii feet .frontage;
would divide into -Tt It. lots, marc
harness, wagon und buggy.—S. Mac
donald. 30-11*
WANTKL-.-Stliiati".' as cook in
camp nr hotel or housekeeper In
hotel. Good experience and best of
references. Apply V. (',., Great
Northern, New Michel. B.C.      35-lt*
KOR SALE.—One team heavy
draught horses. Apply 1). Kinlayson, Mr. Robinson's saw mill, Cranbrook. 8S-it»
KOR SALE.—Circular sawmill
machinery, complete with edger,
trimmer and suiting rig, in first-
class running order; also all op-
purtenanccs thereto, Capacity
70,000 ft. II. U. per 10 hours. Several logging trucks and sleighs and
general loggers' outfit. Alsr two lots
and office building, corner Baker St.
and Fenwick Ave. Kor further particulars apply ti The Lund Land and
Development Co., Ltd. 53-tl
AGENTS WANTED. - If you can
hustle apply in writing to Sales
Agency and Adjustment Co., Box
316. Cranbrook. 21-tf
Collections —Let us collect your
i Id accounts. No charge il wc don't
collect.—Sales Agency and Adjust
ment Co., Box 316, Cranhrook
B.C. 21-tf
WANTKD.-oirl for general housework. Apply Mrs. G. \V. Patmore,
City. 3 l-tl
Several miles ol telephone wire, in
150 leet lengths, suitable for fencing,
can be purchased at bargain price
from the Kootenay Telephone Lines
Ltd. Apply to J. R. McNabb, manager. 30-tf
TO RENT.—Warehouse or storeroom space at reasonable rates. Fur*
niturc, pianos, trunks, haggles,
sleighs, etc., stored In good dry
warehnii.se. Apply at Herald oll'cc
Phone 18. 27-tt
NOTICK TO CREDITORS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
thai  all   persona  having ah] claim
against the estate of the late (HM
Staples, ol Wycllffe, B. c. who died
on or about the 9th day nl Vugust,
1013, at the ill] nt Spokane, Washington, are required on nr before
the 3rd dny oi December, 1019, to
send In posl prepaid lo the millet-
signed, solicitors (or c. Bayard staple. Elmer Lowell staples. Charles
Otis Staples and K William Green,
the executors of Un* said estate,
their names ami addresses and full
particulars nl their claim in writing
.md a statement of Ihe accounts and
the nature of the securities, if nn>,
held   hy them, nnd  'such    statement
shall in* verified by statutory declar
ation.
AND TAKE NOTICK that after
Xto 3rd day of December, 1019, the
said executors will proceed lo dll
tribute the assets of (be said deceased having regard onl) to lhe
claims of which Ihey shall thin have
had notice, and will not be liable to I
any person of whose claim Ibe) shall
not then have bad notice.
larvey,   McCartcr,    Macdonald   and
Nisbcl.
Solicitors for lhe said RXCCUlofS,
36 Bt
Some   Preparation  for
is at least Advisable
4AAA — — —. — AAA — — —■ —.-——■—■
X
Fall
POST yourself on
what style dictates — what
other people are
going to wear at
other places, about
colors, fabrics, etc.
Come to us and
find out all about il.
We know. We have
been preparing for
Fall for months
We're ready,
The fashion journals are on our desks
and the fall slock is
on our racks. This
is certainly a day of
specialties, and we
are specialists in the
true sense of the
word.
We invite you to
come in and see
these new Fall
styles. We are always glad to show
goods.
All Gcods
Guaranteed
********************************************************************
For Sale
ILJ—aVragS-^OigCHT-rff^TgJTTg
i Iiiii Miitlirooii Locomotive Firoliox
I'.nili-r.  iikiiiiiIiiI nu nlii-i-ls: in
inches diiinieti.r by  15 ft. loni;:
pri'ssiir.-, II. 0. inspection, lUi.'
lbs.
Als o Oxford Enf-lnc, 11 x 11,
May In- si-i-it al I'.-.it*.Ii.-l Siiling.
one mile ,:isi nf Mnyook, B. O.
Por further parlicularfl apply to
1,,-iisk ,v Johnson, Klku. B. C.
"LAND REGISTRY ACT."
"Up in.i Inili ol Inl 13 in liloii 8,
nliilivisinn ol liistriil Lol 200a,
(iroup I, Vancouver district. IVaoreas
linn! ol Ins* ol Certificate ol Tills
No. "J'iS,.. lu thi> nliine liaimil prop-
i-rty issm il in tin- name ol Oeorgo
Mi-ail has been died m IM* otrur,
nutii-i- is hereby given Hint 1 sball
at tin- expiration ol om- month from
dale ot tin- flrsl publication bcrool
Issue a duplicate oi said Certificate
ot Title unless in tin' mcantlms valid
objection be mode to mr in writing."
Dated at Land Uegistry Olllcc this
Htll il.iv ol August.
A. n. Smith,
31-11 District Registrar,
TAXIDERMY WOtfK DONE TO ORDER
Game Heads, Birds and Fish
Fur Rugs and Robes
All Work Guaranteed and turned out in
Oood Time
CRAUBROOK TAXIDERMIST - JOHN C. MITCHELL, PROP.
P.O. Iloi-.".ni
at*2Ks»B*-walT*a-a---**-fla
EVERY BUSINESS MAN
ihonUI keep liiniM'.f Informed evory week concerning ihe limn rial, it dm*
trial ami commercial development ol Canada l>y u-acini:
"THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA"
Tln> "Plnanclsl Post" i* quoted a* nn anlhorily on Cannilisn : ITsim Iiy
British, American and Canadian publications'
l-'or full Inforoiallon roucarning tin.* Inveetor.' Infonnaiioii Bureau nnd
for sample copy write THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA, " llie Can sn
Newspaper for Investors," F. il. Hassard, Western Manager, SOI Dominion
Trust Building, HKtilSA, Saskatchewan.
NOTICK.
Mil ICE IS IIKHKHY OIVEN ol
Uie Intention ol .lolin McTavlsb in
apply lor a luinlr-r ot his Hanoi 11-
cense l"i Un WVnHvortli hotel, situate mi lota IS aid II, Block M, t'rati-
l.rool.. B.C., Irom lhc said .lolin Mc-
Tavlsh to Han A. McDonald, ol the
said I'll)  "I li.inil'iok. „t  th-     n.vl i
iiici'iinR of tlu' i.in-nsc Conunlasloncrs
lor lhc ('in „| Cranbrool- held Ihiriy dais alter the lib ilnv ol August,
mt.
Dated ai Cranbrook, It. I'., this 5th
day ol AiiriisI, 1H13.
•lohn McTavisli
32-lt li. A. McDonald.
Inhibitors' Notice
CRANBROOK
KINDERGARTEN
Held iu Carmen's Hull
Cslscltd by MKS. K. V RUM.VIII
Certificated Teaehei Irani
London School Boaid
Hoars! m to l-J a in. i -' lo i p.ni
I'llOXH Mfl I   0 DOX UM
Kor    tile con-.t-liii-liee if evhitiitois,
ilie Main Building will bo open    nml
ready lor exhibits on lhc ISlh,
All Exhibits must be in place
by in n in on llle loth. Doors |
will hv locked from ii.a.m. to
u noon on lhc i' Hi. in order to
allow i.i.li-.. > lime lo uvwild
prl/.cs.
Owtnfl io tin- dissatisfaction in lor-
mer years, lo having local people net
.is ul.;,-. tli,- Director! Inr-e , ncic!
competenl nn-ihtcresled ptrtlei Iiom
i.nt.sidc towns I,i acl as pnlir.es in
Iln various rlasst
lly order ol lhe Hoard ol Directors,
Hie above rule regarding oihlh is,
nlll he strictly liilorccd. sl-tf
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
A NEW AND
MODERN
HOTEL
(BUR-WEAN)
*. modern eqnlppffl Oafeal moiioralo
pricei
RatM li.ou»nil up per day
Corner ol Howaid Bt.and Prom Ave.
Onr Imi* niPetK ull luiinri
The Coeur D'Alene Company
I'Rnl'KIMi'lis
JABOB 00E1Z, President
IIARRV F. BAER, Secretary
To the People
of Cranbrook
I inii'l furp't to look up
1    A. Lind ley
Grower »tiil Shipper ol
Creston Irnils and
Vegetables
on
Labor Day
Ho will have a display ill
UioCraston Really Olfin.,
iicross front iln-1'. I'. II.
station.
TRANSFER OP LIQUOR LICENSE
TAKE NOTICE that ll Is my Intention within thirty dais from the
date hereol In apply tn the Mayor
and Licensing ('otninissloticrs of llie
lily ol franlirook Inr Iheir pcrmis
sion to trntisler the Liquor License
In my name and attaching to llm
Manitoba Motel, linker Street,
Cranbrook, to .lames Buchanan,
Cranbrool-,
liaiwl   nt the    City ol Cranhrook
this lllth dny nf August, 1*18.
.lames Brown, Applicant.
Witness:   .loscph Ryan, t'ranlirnolt,
B.C. St-at

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