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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF DISTRICT NO. 18, U. M. W. of A.
Industrial Unity is Strength
^liticfiKtMJaj^8 ^f tory
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VOL.    IV..-1    No.    4.
FERNIE,   B.   Ci1, SATURDAY,    SEPT. 19, ; 1908.
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Q.    ^$1.00 A YEAR.
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A Complete Line of
BRITISH ENGINEERS IN FERNIE
SPENT THE DAY AT THE MINES
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I o   EN ING IN COAL CO.
|. OFFICES
NOW ON HAND
Beds, Bedding, Kitchen Ranges, High-Class Parlor and"
Dining-Room Furniture, Crockery, etc.  Watch
for bur specials next week.
W^RJleid
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Complete House Furnishers        : : FERNIE, B.C.
1 The mining engineers' special train
consisting of seven coaches arrived
at  13.30  from   the  east over  the' C.
, P. R. making about an hour's stop
at, Hosmer .where they inspected the
new tipple, coke ovens and mines at
that point.' ''
J. D. Hurd and Supt. Charles Hin
ster of the C. -N. P. Coal Co. met
them at' Coleman arid came on to
Fernie witli them. On arriving here
the M. F. & M. had an engine ready
and took them to the Coal Creel-:
mines where they made a* class inspection .of'all  mine's,  especially'the
MORE BANKS
FOR KOOTENAY
MOLSON'S        MAY        ESTABLISH
' BRANCHES   IN   THE   IN-
,     TERIOR ".
Vancouver, Sept. 17.—A party of
Molson'.--, Hank director* are here''
fran Montreal, consisting of Pres-.
i'dent \V. IMolson MacPherson, di-
rector H. Molsoji, and ge-ieral manager .Murrsay. One of Uu* special'
obects of the trip is ascertaining of
the exact situation in the Kootenay
with a view of- establishing branches
in that direction. The part ywill visit the' interior on their return trip
and report on the recommended policy of expansion to Montreal directors who will finally decide upon' the
course   to, bs - taken.
THE   MINERS'   RELIEF   COMMITTEE
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We have a complete stock of Mens Fur-
nishings,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps
Now on hand.   Our prices are lower than ever.   Call and see us.
LGgHhART & GILLESPIE
''. The .^orkingrnah's Store "   ',';•■'■
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>■'• CAUGHT'ON  DUTY  IN THEIR TENT.
Next to the Bank of Commerce
two where so man yaccidens have oc-
| curred. of late0 on  account^ of gas" in
1 H and it is expected they will. make
ajull report "of the'same.
They spent- the day" in Fernie. and
were given a banquet'- and • smoker
horepthis ovening^nQgj*-which they
left by special train''forv.Moyiev Nelson  aiid other , Kootenay place's,
The party is composed of .about
forty of the most prominent nnd ex-
CEMENT-WALKS
Kootenay River Land Co.
will not agree to sell land at the same price that they
are now askinc after Jan. lst. 1(.)09, THE SALES
HAVE GONE AWAY BEYOND OUJl EXPECTATIONS for tho first eight months. All sales from
now to Jan. lst will bear 6% "interest on deferred
■payments after ths first, year. $1.00 per month,per
aero. , Write to '. "
D. W. HART, Baynes, B.C.
Agent for Canada
build' and why should not the city pert mining engineers -from the enst
as a whole be alive to her interests" and Great Britain and 'Europe. G.
ii'iuh securc'for' herself  the  dividend   G. S. Lindsay, president of the C. N.
paying properties which" now present
itself, We hope to.submit figures in
vour next. issue which will, convince
every ratepayer of i the' wisdom'' of
buying up these two plants, the waterworks , and  electric' light systems,
P. Conl Co;, is with them.
Cement' walks for Fernie is the
cry in the city at' present and from
general opinion this course .will,likely be adopted in sidewalk . building.
I in the future. .While the initial cost
will necessarily be greater, it is figured out that as time goes on, .they
will he'far cheaper than bonrd walks,
and it is only a inatter of properly
educnting the peaple to the adoption of permanent buildings. Here's
to cement walks.
Communications..
ANSWERS WANTED
Editor Ledger:
"Denr Sir,—It is ensy to bo a critic
nnd quito often nttnoks nro mndo
whoro a littlo enquiry would show
that tho 'parlies nsHniled nro quite
innocent, Unpleasant riiinorn are
abroad about tho attempted manipulation of- relief supplies, Tlm public
know practically nothing about tho
\yorl. of tho Koliof Commlttoo. It
would bo wrong to iiccuho thorn or
nny of tliolr number in any way at
all unless thoro is positive ovidenco
of wrong doing. Not simply tlio poo-
pie of Fernio but a larger aggregation
nn the outRido aro much interested
in knowing how the relief funds are
bolng used, Arc any sulnries paid?
To whomP Whoro did tho parties,
come from? What did they loscP
These and many other questions can
bo saved by some opon moHHRgo from
tho committee. What Ih intended to
be dono with tlio relief capital P Who
will ultimately got thn s<imnP Our
Mayor has worked liko a trojnn and
U* .lint  i/cly.jij.-) fcli.it unlit,    II..3 in.
po( ■d.ro'ijf en-ndjutnrti? "What "Mer-
est "have his nppointot'fl in tho cltyP
And now apart from theso quontiorw
and thin subject will you say why nt
this juncture whon ovory man is glad
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•should bo any ralstV of salaries? Hun
dreds- of well qualified men can bn
got at nny tlmn to fill any position mo
tho city need not tenr tho sficopn. of
nny ono from Its service. Fornio as
it city hns suffered
what the City Council is doing, What
became of tho Cranbrook coterie that
asked for a valuable franchise, Whoro
doos tlio electric light mutter standP
Yos'toll us whnt is going on. Unfortunately I-do not belong to nny inner
circlo so that T find it 'very dilllcult
to got nt tho fnotB.
Enquirer,
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POWER   PLANT  AT
PINCHER
John Turner, one of our
nblfi local olectriciniiK, hns
secured the franchise to install n complete and up-to-
date electric light nnd power,
plant nt Pincher Creek.
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KEEP AWAY
TV' E. James, organizer fnr Hub-
District No. 4 sondH us word that
thoro is trouble at Morinvillo Local
No, 2716. Tho mon are locked out
and twenty coii{h reduction has been
imposed on thorn. Conditions around
tho mino nro vory poor indeed nnd
nil miners aro requested to «lny
away from tho Edmonton district.
Organiser James writes us that, gen
oral conditions around Edmonton In
rognrd lo olvio matters Is vory good.
Gront progrosH is being made toward
tho street car flystcm for tho city of
Edmonton.
FIRE   IN   VANCOUVER.
Vancouver, II. C, Sept.- 10.—Firo
did about $60,000 dnmage this ovoning oh Mount,Pleasant, destroying a
block* at'tho corner of. Westminster
avonuo nnd Westminster Rond, It
started in a roHtauriint.'' Tho'building
wns completely gutted.
A  STRIKING  CONTRAST
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MAIN STREET BEFORE THE FIRE
ELECTRIC  LIGHT
Up to tho prenont wo nro without
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much to tho inennvcnleneo of cmr ol-
tlions. Tho quostlon of tho city Installing and operating thoso.valuable utilitPH, Is soon to be submitted
to tho ratopaycrs and wo hope tho
TEASED THE BABIES
, Urnn'don, Sept. 10.-C. R, , Smith
was drrostod by the polled thin morning for molentlng babies on tho
street, Tho prisoner claims to hail
from North Dakota, only arriving
iu Hrandon two days ngo, Ho wrb
brought boforo Mngistrnto Jones nnd
remanded for a week,
CUBAN PORTS QUARANTINED
New OrloiuiB jSopt, n.—DocniiHO
ot thn announcement of two cases of
yelow ftiver in Havana, thc U. 8.
Murine Hospital service in New Orleans noting on order from Washington inst night put into 1'iieci u quarantine, against nil Cuban  ports,
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. In  Jove1-**
of municipal ownership, Wyluws ro
tho buying o'l thn oloctric light nnd
wntorworks systems, from tho 0, N,
P. V.. T-. nnd Power Co, nro now Rd-
advertised und will ho voted upon
She CRnnot nf-1 on   Snlurdny.  Sept,  Sflth.    In   ' the
GAVE HIMSELF UP
Toronto, Bopt. Ifl.—WIHnm finow,
who escaped from tho Control prison
Sunday aftornoon, returned this
ovoning, accompanied by his father.
He curried his prisou «arb undor his
nrm, Snow is ono of tho seven prisoners who mndn the sensational es-
MAIN STREET AFTER  THE  FIRE
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THANK8QIVINQ   DAY
ford to Inomaiio unyonn'a. salary.   If' currying of botlt bylaws it will bo a c,'lm *';""' 1,,,0,,u'1; n»°* tUi} *"» cn»»'
thnt bo done the rnlopnycrs will nny
something n little InU'r on, I sup-
pose that you have had your troubles
from the flro and hnve not got down
to business as you would like-to do.
Hut thero aro mnny who wnnt to
know thin-***—«oi*m> thing* which
tliey aro entitled to learn tin' fuels
about and some things they hav.' no
right to fnquire About, You would
wcclvo credit if you would mnko a
review of matters,   Tell the pniplo
step In thn right direction for if
other towns much less oavfrnbly flit-
untod can make thofo paying investments why cannot our city of Fernie. Tho amount iu extra taxes to
the average ratepayer U trilling in
enmpnrison to tho convenience, it
uffordi, not (o apeak "o" ftho income
thnt will ncenift In coming years. The
futurti of our city is U'sUfled tu a
hundredfold in l<* manner in which
the buslnesa men aro preparing to
lured by thc polico a fow days ago
in the gnrrct oi his inthcr's houso but
rsenped again on Sunday.
TECUM8EH8 ARE WAITING
Townl**1. 8*'Pt- 18.—T«»cum*«»ht at
a meeting tonislit deeidinl to await
iho action of Hie leagui1 Saturday
night with regard lo Cornwall's protest against tlu* Nationals Ix-for*'-
sending a challeng.* for the
Cup.
SMOKE   HINDERS   NAVIGATION
ON  LAKES
Port Arthur. Out.. 8ept. IG.-Nnvi-
gntion on the Inki'S is nlmoHt com-
ploUdy tied up mi account of     the
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possible for bont olllccra to «<•« more
than a hundred yards ahead     and
40 BUS. PER ACRE IN MANITOBA
Portage hi Prslrl.*, S"pt. ir.—Mr.
MeMastir, a lnrge fnrmer ot the P'>r-
tiigt: I'luiiu uiadf mi; cnvialh: •■.hi'iit
record this yt>ar, an hi* tiirealiing returns Indicate that on 300 «cn-s ul
summorfollow In* had nn avrrage of
forty bush»ls p«'r acre.
MR. TANNER CHOSEN
Norwood, Ont., Sept. 16.—Mr. Tanner, ol UkHIM, wn*. chou-n a» I.ilx r-
Minto al candidal**. f*>r K»st Pctprloro at
I tbe convention yrstrday.
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Ottnwn, Hi-pt- 16.—In all
prulmliility Mmidfty, Nov«m-
l«>r f», uill hi> Thanksgiving
liny. Tlii-i nl-o happen*' to Im-
the KiiigV birthdny. The mnt-
!t*r wiiN dicciiKsed at this nf-
t.-rii'i'.n'- luf'tinp of thn Cub-
inct end while no decision
V.U* iiirit'd iit it ia tiiide.t-
fttooil that Nov. 0 was agreed
mi n-4 ii iiioi>t niiitniile dny.
Oct. 10 the «late pr<vion»ly
eliic.n   i-   ii'.minatii.n  day.
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M.  V.  MrLEAN AGAIN
Helical!. n:it.. ,«ejit. 10.~South Hu-
r-n  I.il--!.*!*  »»«.niir»aU-<l  "V/.  V.  Mfr
I^an. M- P.. a* th«ir candidate.
In California  R«ierv«d by  Praildent
Rooitvelt
ffodfUw* r»l Rent 111 —Hv nn or-
dor of President Honaevelt nbout 70,-1
000 iierfw of land adjoining the Ore-'
gon-Cnlifornia lino is to \w reserved
for th" prnpogntion mid pnitietivii ol
birds, Tlm order includes all land
ni.t lii-ld for ncrieulturnl punxwu.
Tho di'.*cr{l*i'<I hind is probably tho
grcntcnt breeding ground in tljlw world
for water fowl.
BLONDIN  IN CHAMPLAIN
Quebec, Sept, lli.-P, K. Illondin, ef
(irand Merc, wiu iiuminii1.fi for tha
Commons to contest Clinmplnin ronn-
ly  in  the  Conservnlive  inlereatn.
Count l»o Tolstoi Iiiih l>ii*n eIecU«1
(.1 Vnlvcrr.il."*"(d VI    Velern-lMirj;
ABOLISH GRAND JURY
Suggtttioo ol Juttiea McMahon and
Grand  Jury  Agreed
Cornwall, Sept. 10.—At tlio closing
ol the full issixes this afternoon Mr.
Jiiniw MeMnhon sp'ik" strongly in
fsvor of abolishing th*. grand jury
►ystrin ih being ohrtelet- arid expen-
-ive. The grand Jury in nubmitting
it* report ooncurrwl. •
A complete line of samples of
rail Suiiings and
Overcoatings
WORSTEDS
SERGES and
TWEEDS
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Up-to-date Workmanship
Moderate Prices.
J. C. KENNY PAGE TWO  '."-...
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vr       THE    DISTRICTS LEDGER,  .FERNIE,';:,B.   Cj;     SAfURDAY,   SEPT>l*3, .1908.^,
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AURORA   MINE
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Better than ever, too.
PHILIP CAROSELLA
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A rich strike of high grade ore has
just been made( in the Aurora -mine
at Moyie. -.-It has lonp«h.'en contended that the leads -of "the St. Eugene
crossed1'- the lake and run therough
the Aurora property and the present
strike fully proes this. So' manifest
,did it become that the St. Eugene
leads van,under the lake a,.id through
the Aurora1 -property that, the very
lake itself was acquired by the Canadian mining Co., and fully $60,000
has been spent in sinking.a kind of
caisson to reach the bottom. That
undertaking after, boring with a diamond drill ancTprovkig that the leads
ran under the lake, commanded any
amount of capital.- Some time ago
time ago the crown granted claims
wieiv acquired at mii',t reasonable
terms by certain practical miners of
Moyie who knew 'nothing of any business or pursuit .save milling. They
knew that business thoroughly. however, the present development of the
Aurora shows. ■" -
Where the ore outcrops on the.
.summit of the hill above1 tin. lake a
shaft has been sunk 150 feet and connects with'a tunnel driven direct on
the vein for 400 feet. A cross-cut to
the right in this tunnel proves that
the ledge is about 1,400 feet in' width
and the pay streak varies from six
feet to a.fpotin the pinches for the
last two hundred feet of tunnel the
bottom from side to side was in .-ore
averaging 00 per cent, .lead and twen
ty-two ounces of silver to the ton.
Another lead was tapped by-a crosscut and ■ followed some 150 feet, this,
also shows a fine-body of ore. At-the
nioutli of, the shaft a four, foot or.,
body was encountered which ■ widened out. to-nine fe?t in the'tunnel.- A
lower tunnel is already started some'
150 feet below'No. 1 and will have to
be driven 560 feet before the oi'e will
be caught when, it is thought it will
show up in yet'larger bodies as it has
done in the1 St. Eugene where the low
er they get the larger and richer the
ore bodies become.   '...     ■••-
The- directors- have ordered a live-
drill 'compressor and for that purpose- \yill place a small amount .of
the mining stock on .the market to
cover running expenses., The amount of high grade ore between No.
1 and No.. 2 tunnels it is calculated
will realize enough- tb pay for the
property and equipment many time's
over and  leave the management on
care
know  that .Eochan's   can   be '  found
nearly everywhere. , •       ...
People who care know that- Eochon's CANDIES and ICE CREAM
cannot be beaten anywhere..'
Hut people., who don't care are also
found in Eochon's if there.
So come along and try
right there.
Eochon's
Rochon's
LOCALS.
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ALL THE FACILITIES
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Canadian Bank of Commerce i
Banking System are at your disposal In their temporary
premises at rear of old stand, pending completion of j
new building now In course of erection.
K. L EDMUNDS, Manager j
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1 will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by my, wife, Sadie
' Cnrruthers after this date, as she
left my bed and.board without cause.
Edward M. .Cnrruthers, Fernie, B.
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Exclusive agent for the .famous
Hnzelwood Ice Cream,, .Fred Wey-
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■Alex Susnar, who has been here for
a few days, left on Tuesday night for
Laycartoii,  Sask.
President F. IT. . Shernuvi left on
Saturday night for Halif~.s:, as delegate to the'Dominion Trades and La-'
bor .Congreks; ■      :-■ -   "
Victoria .Cros.* Chocolates!.-. .Where
do yon get them? Why at Fred Wey-
latt's',of  course.    '   , '.-      •       *
Sec.-Treas. 3. A. Macdo-iald made
n flying visit on Tuesday on business.   ' ,'  ' "
"The way work is progressing on the
new brewery j not . slow. Something like two car loads' of brick are
.being laid,every day by 4 20 bricklayers. Something , like fifty, men are
working on the' job. . '■  -"., •; ,' »'
." .E.,'S. Garrett.is pushing a pen at
tho-C. P/R'.'freight office."""'
R.. English,- machine operator at
the 'Free Press arrived in town Wednesday. . •'.
Mervin.-.'thc six year old son of
Mr.- and--Mrs. ■ A.   J.    Buckley  met
hour/of anxiety iihd bereavement.
Mrs. James,-Dick"and family left
"for Frank on'-Saturday last. Mrs.
Dick has "been troubled with rheumatics lately and has gone to the
hot springs ,with the expectancy of
being able to chase her boarders to
the tables with' a leg of mutton a
little .faster when she returns., Suc:
cess to your rnisp.ion;, .'     ;
When will people learn to exercise
a -little .more-- care?.. Scarlet fever- is'
bn the. increase.., It has been deemed -necessary to close the schools again. The cases were reported on Sun
aay. -
Cool Creek'was honored on'Monday by u visit from members of the
""Canadian Mining Institute"-and-visitors from Germany and England.
'Needless to say,* great interest was
manifest in the, town and the move-1
nients" of the party , were watched
and longings to sail in the same
boat and probably some" Socialists
longed for the same retinue of .servants to cater to thoir needs.
Rather amusing but it is true, that
one man amongst us wants to., sell
the. old. wife as well as his household goods, chickens, etc.? or, is it
.a joke of someone adding such to his
advertisement posted on the bridge?
Doorum Tommy Marc-hand . might
know.
Tommy Douglas has been almost
smothered with congratulations on
his poetic effusion of last week, but
the  sportsmen , are  dead'on  him.
Mr. Hope, late time keektr at No.
•2 mine, .left on Wednesday for the
Coast Like many more he has gone
in search of work. 1 ntlie meantime his wife and • four children, arse
left .with ,us.
,' Mr. l-'rank Willis lifft • yesterday
(Friday), fur ,Bo'ston, Mass., where
a position is awaiting him.
It is rumored that about sixty more
peoples an* leaving tonight '(Saturday) and already , several families
arse, booked to leave, next week, including Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Rothery
and children aiid Mrs. George Vick-
ers and child.
'-' Rev." Robt. Hughes, 'of Cranbrook
will visit Coal ..Creek next month.
Look   out   for   further   riotic-.'.'",
Waldorf Hotel
(In Rear of Old Stand.)
Bar
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■supplied with the Finest Brands
'of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars .'..
Who said Fire?
We did.   We are firing away at-
the old business.    «  .'
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MRS, S.  JENNINGS,  Prop.,
(Formerly   of   Csntral   Hotel.)
WANTED
A good building lot, within three
blocks'ot the new post ofllce on reasonable-' terms. Apply to Manager
of tho District Ledger. . 4-2
,l"r'l"W"M"r'i,,j''Mwi"M"l'''i^"M^
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
OFFICE A SUPPLIES
Leda-on, .Ton main, Cash Books, Shannon Fylos, Filing DuviciiB, Blank Boole's, L'ottor Trays, Ink Woll a
and In fact everything that in nno'onsnry to roru'rnfsli
your oflico nt	
SUDDABY'S
A«.int for KomitiKton Typowritor, Kodakn, Wntor-
mnn's Fountain Pons, oio,
_e a"sy ~~st l1 ee i~ \    "     :
The ore above'. No, 1 Tunnel is
of the concentrating quality running
about 2-1°. per cent, lead and carrying
11 ozs. of silver to the ton, This, will
70 per cent' lead and 40 (zs. silver.
It is out of. concentrates of this overpaid the cost of every, atom of its
magnificent equipment,, -machinery,
concentrator, etc, and paid its shareholders iii addition the^ 'enormous
sum of $-112,000 in dividends. In
March, 1905, it was earning at the
rate of $77,000 a month net profits,
and this moment it is helping most
materially,,to. pay 10 per cent, dividends, on the $4.',,r,00,000 capital of ,the
Canadian Consolidntqd rind Smelting
Company, tho present owners.1-.
Denl'ing with, millt'er'.'', of practical
mining ih the Kootchny. country one
vital point1 is that of transportation,
Iti iH well to say that in the case
of the Aurora.-transport incaiifl merely th'e loiuling'. of tlu ore' or concentrates from the hunker or the mill
onto' the barge nnd towing it across
the lake to the M'oyi.> depot of the
U, P. R. The finest shipping facilities t exist, ■
The early history of tho St. l.u-
genp reads like a story from the Arabian Night1*.. The property was llrst
sold for $700.00, It was theii sold for
$l,:iop, and a year Inter wus resold
for $i,!500,000. The stock sold at ._$*J0
per share and is now worth. $78,00
per Rshnre, This mine produced 05
per cent, of'the. lend mined in B.C.
lpst year.
Tn 'must niiniup companies there
arc two ('lns'si's of stock, preferred
nnd common, The preferred being
guii'riii'iteed u dividend which some,
times cnuses a freeze out of the com-
iiioii, stock holders*. The■ Aurora lins
no preferred slock and. nnyoiii* buying nuiy resl assured that he will get
a Hquitro dcitl. No fancy snluries unpaid ullleials whose toil eoiiNi.-dh of
giving toHe, nor will hf'tutiful hiilM-
Ingi exhaust the treiwiny. The mini.
itKeuient are miners and Hint lliey
know thoir business is clearly shown
liy their success. Next your we will
see Iho Aurora one of the hip ship«
pinif mines of 11. C,
"wltir"a~~p"ainful~~accTde~nt on Wcdhes-"
day' through, having a large log roll,
on'his'right foot and badly bruizing
it. ;._No_bune£|„iire broken and he is.
doing.J nicely.
Fred -Weylatt carries i the choicest
assortment  of  drinks. . *
Read the two bylaws over carefully
that are to be submitted on Sept. 26th
They will be found on another page
in this paper.     .    .   '      ,    .
Judge Wilson is in the city lo preside oyer the trial vof the famous
'lilack Hand", prisoners, who" wero
recaptured after their -sensational escape in July. " The trial commenced
on Thursday, '
Mr. Aiken of Cranbrook is opening
a confectionery nnd tobacco store on
Viettria Avenue, next' to McDougnl's
shoe store,      ' '
11 is sufficient for some" people th.it
they drink anything called tea, Others
prefer a standard brand, like "Sa-
ladn," which' has a reputation for
being good. The latter got' more enjoyment ' out of life. In buying ten'
for the satisfaction you expect to get
from its use, it "will pay'to purchase
"Stsldda." . Avoid anything- "just n.R
good," Imitations aiv invariably , of
poor quality.    , 07
J, R. I.awry, local manager'of the
Hunk of Hamilton arrived homo Wed
nesday nftor spending his holidays
ut North Yakimn with Mrs, Lnwry.
Inspector Loreo of Winnipeg wns in
chenrge during liis absence.
J, 1), Hurd wus at tho Coast during the lust week nn M holiday trip.
For HnV.iilwood Ice Cretin, ro to
Fred V.VyJoti'ii, next to tl'ie post ofllce •
DR. WRIGLESWORTH, D.D. S.
DENTIST
Now  doing   business   at  the   Palace
Drug  Store
Fernie, ', B. ,C.
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EMPLOYMENT  OFFICE
All kinds of help'secured.,  Satisfac.
tion guaranteed.
TERMS    REASONABLE
W.   G.   Bruce,   Prop.,
The mnn   who  gets   you" a-job.
Opposite Postoffice, Fernie
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF AN.APPLICATION for .the., issuq of a duplicate
of the Certificate of Title • to, LdW,.
Block 24, Town of Fernie,'(Map.734):
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
it is.my. intention to issue at the ex-
lm-atii7iT"df ™iW'm
publication hereof a duplicate of the
Certificate of Title to the above mentioned Lot in the name' of .Alexander
McLachlan which Certificate is dated
the 13th of July 1006 and numbered
5862 A.
*        H. F. -MACLEOD,
District-Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
Nelson, B, C.    . ..,..;■
-.September 3rd, 1908. .-. .     .'*. .
C. Lawe Alex.  i. Fisher
LAWE   &' FISHER
.ATTORNEYS.
Fernie,    B. C.'    '
FERNIE
C. W. Davey & Co., Props.;
. We may be a little up-set,.
4-  but just smile.
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Hotel Fernie
Pernie's leading commercial;
house. ' :: A little bent but.
still in'the ring,
S.F.Wallace, Prop.
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We-will do the.best we can for jou
JOHN PODBIELANSIK
H.   W.   HERCHMER.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
Fernie,    B. C.
W.   A.   CONNELL ^
Pioneer  Builder   and   Contractor   of
•■•,-■ Fernie
.    liSTIMATES FURNISHED a
Coal
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FERNIE, B.C.
Will be doing buaiucaa in a fow -Juyu.
Watch for onr ipaco,
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The followiinr Ih wit explanatory:
Aiik. o..  titxto.
M., J, W. ilcuwll,
„    ,       l'Vmle, U, C,
ll.-ur Sir-—
I inn JiL-.| iu receipt of advice from
hi/nie ofllce, (Scr-iiitou, Pa.) that
ii'.iinil vnhiiiicH will be Jui'fiiHhci) Jree
to the stmleiits oii the collectible list
nnd to those wtudentH who hnvo paid
in full for their courpe« anil lout their
volumes in the. Ferule. Fire—therefore
if ymi will havo Huch Dtudenti) furn-
i:'h iiire.luvit that their volume* vu'Vc
ilotroyrd in the eonllncratioir I will
».-4   lh.il lh.- s.ihllill'rt lire Hellt ut Olll'e,
Stuili-nu whose account-! are de-
HiiMiKiit. by takinp aflldnvlt thnt the
vihiriii"-- were dcntroyed and rein-
Htiitinn* their account** will also be
fuu-iiii'il hound vi.luim* free,
Vi.iy truly yi..it»,
(SiffiiPil) J. II. COOK,
buperinU-ndnnt.
AiMrMR nil communlcationit to J.
W. ll<-nnott, r. C. 8. Rcprei«n<«tlve,
Conl Creel* Iiiih loHt imnther., of il«
old htunihmla hy the' dealh ol Hob-
oil WilKle. ','     ',:
About niiio imihthH ago Mr. Wilkio
wart eompelled much HRiilnHHt iii
will, in ceiiHo work (in account of
siel.iict.M, during which time he Iuih
hi'cn gradually wa«tinjf away. A
few weiliH ago he wet to Spolinne In
^■nrcli of health, but came buck nl-
moKt worse   than he wont awny.
Knowing he wan winking funt ,ho
win- over nnxioiiH to provide for bin
wife and child nnd tried work again,
i but. hut 'I'liutiday night while actual,
ly preparing for work, hiv went into
roiivulhioih, which resulted in his
deiitli at 7.:i0 ou Sunday morning,
Hiiid li'aviup ii Vi'ii\o\f and child with
out a breadwinner.
Ills remain-* were followed to their
last renting place on .TueBtlny last,
and it Ih wllh norrow we record n
moxt uiiplfiii-mnt incident. It wiih
found on arrival nt the burial ground
thnt the grave had not y.-t been dug,
and after the Rov. Wm. lloiilton hr-Jj
conducted the burial wrvice, ie%r»
friend', hnd prcpftrcd to lenvo tho
n-mniii* in charge of Mr. Wm. Kvan*
who iitti'iidcil to their Jmrinl. Much
ii'idigniatimi wns also expioniied at
the nh-ience of tho (ilnd-Utine local
olticialu thin Hrendering void the U,
M. W. of A, burlol service for IU
cinnradlen to which body Mr. Wllklo.
bclong«il.
Mr*. Wilki.- deiilrcn to «prfM her
gratitude to the, many frii-ndn who
M. A. KERR & CO.
Builders and Contractors
.   Estimates Furnished
V
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r£d hot bread and buns
at
1 MR. EWING'S
Pioneer Baker of Fernie
KING EDWARD HOTEL
mmm*m*t\ •■>*%
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We still hnvo -some hot atuff.
Waiting   for   Ice.
J.  Gntei,   Proprietor       .       Fernie
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Call and let us
show you our list
of cheap residential lots. We have
Lots For Sale
in every part of the
J, BARBER, D. D. 8.
,, Dentist
Fernie,  B. 0.
ertaksr
Fernie'8 pioneor Furioral Direoior
and Undertaker
Pictures ^rame^l
<jt .<• it,;
B.C.
E
STORE
H. W. Terry, Pf op.
W.R.Roii,  K.O J.8.T Alexander
nOS8 Be ALEXANDER
Darrlitere and Solicitors
Fernie, B  C, Cnnndn
FORT 8TEELE BREWING 00.
Fernie, B. 0.
UGER    ALE    PORTEIl ■
.     .NEJIATED    WATEHS
PI.A0B YOUR  ORDER WITH  UB
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* SEEDS, TREES AND DULDS   *
* For Fall Planting *
*i  Catalogue free, Largest Nun-   *
* orlns on the Pacific Slope      *
* M, J. Henry, Vancouver B.C.   *
* '   3010 Wentmlnutcr Road        ■*
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GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE
Calfary, Alt*.       '
Prepared to take any number of
candidate!,
'. .»>.. a    Minni•■•"w,, ».»w •_ . •	
COME AND SEE US FIRST
W. Stan, Terry
Painter and Decorator
Givo ub a ch'anoe on your.work,
DEPOT RE5TAURJINT,
M&cleod, Alta.
J. E. ROGERS, Prop.
Drop in linrl tmn mo.
L.  P. ECKSTEIN
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
Fernie,   B, C.
8HERWOOD HERCHMER
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR *wJ
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-THE- DISTR ICT    LEDGER,    FERNIE,.. B.    C„
SATURDAY,   SEPT. 19,*  .1908.
PAGE THREE
Whelan Bros.
The old reliable firm will
e      ad to see you
Tom Whelan, Mgr.
lueen' s Hotel
ROSS BROS., Props.
CANADIAN
}       PACIFIC
EXCURSION  RATES
From' '
FERNIE
to
VICTORIA
B. C.
CORPORATION   OF THE   CITY  OF
FERNIE
CORPORATION  OF  THE  CITY  OF
..    FERNIE
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$26.15
Selling  dates   Sept.   19th   to  24th'
Final-return Limit Sept. 30th
Doing business in the
same old place.
NELSON, B. C.
$7.95
Selling dates Sept. 21st to 25th
Final return Limit Sept. 28th.
-All
P. KENNEDY   .
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LUMBER   DEALER
kinds   of   rough    and   dressed
lumber
NEW   WESTMINSTER
or   VANCOUVER   \
$23.65
'Victoria Avenue,*
North Fernie
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;i£AKumiYicr
'"jflL-.O.Kum.mer
Selling dates Sept. 26th to Oct 2nd
Final, return   Limit  Oct: 7th.
Corresponding' 'rates      from      other
points. . Apply' to  local ticket agents
for berth reservations, etc.
J. E. PROCTOR
D.  P.% A„ Calgary,  Alta.
GEORGE C. EGG
Architect,     building    Superintendent
' -   '      'and Valuator   ,
KUMMER  BROS.
Builders  and  Contractors
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Estimates  Furnished
.i.*u
Montreal, Boston and Toronto-
v Experience
PLANS,  ESTIMATES   AND' SPECI.
FICATIONS-  ON   SHORT   NOTICE
FIBRE PLASTER KEPT IN STOCK
Fernie,   B.   C.
Nelson,,'B.   C
■     By-law No. 58 '  v      a
A By-Law 'to raise $50,000', to ur-
chase the Electric Light' and Power
Plant already constructed and about
to be' completed now owned by the
Crow's Neit. Pass Electric Light and
Power Co., Limited, and to construct,
operate and maintain works' for supplying for any and all purposes the
electric light and power to the inhabitants of the Municipality of tho
City of Fernie, and of localities adjacent thereto.
WHEREAS it is deemed advisable
to purchase said ek-ctrict light and
power system from the ,Crow's Nest
Pass Electric Light and Power Co.,
Limited, and to construct, operate
and mainain works for supplying
for any and all purposes the elc'c.
trie light and power to the inhabitants of the. Municipality of the City
of Fernie and the localities adjacent
thereto.
AND WHERKAg-for the purpose, it
will' be necessary to borrow tlie sum
of .?50,000 and to issue debentures of
the City of Fernie for the purpose of
raising the snid amount.
AND WHUREAS the whole amount
of rateable land of the said City,of
Fernie according to the last revised
Assessment roll is $811,925.
".AND WHEREAS it will' be' requisite to raise annually by. rate the
sum of $4360.80 for. paying the' said
debt and*interest.  . ' . ,
AND WHEREAS this' By-law' shall
not be altered or repealed except
with the consent of the Lieutenant-
Governor i'l Council.       .=■-
NOW THEREFORE thn Municipal
Council of the Corporation oi the
City r.f  Fernie.  enacts  as  follows:
1. Tt shall and may-be lawful for
the Mayor of the Corporation of ■ the
City of Fernie . to' borrow upon the
credit of the said Corporation ' by
way of debentures -hereinafter mentioned from any-person, persons body
or bodies corporate, who ■ may bo
willing to advance, the sums as a loan
ii sum not exceeding' the' whole sum
of $50,000.00 and' to, cause all such
sums to be. raised or received to be
paid into-the hand sof the reasurer
of the said. Corporation for the purposes and with, the object hereinto.
fore recited.
2. It shall -be lawful for the Mayor'
to , cause- any number of debentures
to be made, -executed and issued for
By-law No. 59
A By-law. to raise 565,000.00 to- purchase from the Crow's Nest Pass
Electric Light and Power Co./.Lim--
ited, the Water Works now owned
by them, and to construct, operate
and maintain- works for supplying
water to the inhabitants- of the Municipality of the City of "Fernie'and
of localities adjacent thereto.
•WHEREAS it is deemed advisable
to purchase said Water Works from
the Crow's Nest' Pass Electric and
Power Co., Limited, and to construct,
operate and maintain works for supplying water to "the inhabitants' of
the Municipality of the City of Fernie. and of localities adjacent" thereto ■ : ' ...  :.."....
AND.WHEREA'S for the purpose it
will be. necessary to borrow the sum
of $65,000 and to issue debentures
of the City of Fernie for the purpose
of raising the said  amount.
AND WHEREAS the whole amount
of rateable laud of the City of Fernie acording to the last "revised Assessment roll is  $811,925,
AND WHEREAS it will be requisite to raise annually by rate the
sum of $5,669.00 for paying the said
debt and interest.
" ANDS'WHEREAS this By-law shall
not be'"altered or repaired' except
witli the consent' of the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council. -
NOW.THEREFORE The Municipal
Council .of 'the Corporation of the
City of Fernie enacts as follows:
1. It shall and may  ba lawful for
the Mayor of. the Corporation of the
'City  of Fernie to  borrow upon  the
cerdit   of   the' said   Corporation   by
way  of debentures  hereinafter mention from any person, persons, body
or. bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance tho same as a loan a
sum not to exceed the whole sum of
$65,000.00,  and to' cause     all   , such
sums so raised or received to be paid
into   the   hands  of. the  Treasurer  of
the' said   Corporation   for   the   purpose  and  with the . object' hereinbefore recited.
said debentures' the sum of $3,250-00
for payment of interest and the sum
.of $2,419.00 for payment of said .debentures by rate sufficient, thereof
on all rateable land in the said Mu.
nicipality,
7." It shall be lawful for the said'
.Municipal Council to re-purchase any
of the said debentures upon *-■• such
terms as. may be. agreed upon with
the legal holders' thereof, either at
the ■' time . of sale or any subsequent
time or' times, and all debentures
so re-purchased' shall forthwith be
■'cancelled and destroyed and no, reissue of debentures so re-purchasesd
shall be made'in consequence'of such-
re-purchase. '
This By-law shall take effect on or
after the First day of October, A. D.
1908.     '     •
This By-law may be cited for, all
purposes as the City of Fernie' Water
Works By-law No. 59.
Doiio and passed in Open Council
this.,...' day   of 1908.
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NOTICE^
Take notice that the above is a
true copy' of the Proposed By-law,
upon which the vote *of the Municipality will be taken at the City of
Fernie, on Saturday the 26th day of
September, between the hours of
10 o'clock in the morning and 8
o'clock in the evening, at the City
Clerk's Office, now situate in Relief
Committee building.
• Fernie, B. C, September 11th, 1908.
G.' H. BOULTON,
*   ' City Clerk.
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What's the matter with this Town ?
NOTHING
Can't burn us out of Business
j. D. QUAIL,
Hardware and
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE MATTER'of the Estate ,of
Melissa Leonard, late of thc City
of Fernie, deceased.
NOTICE ■ is hereby given that all
persons having any claim or demands against the late Melissa Leonard, who died on or about the First
day o£ August, 1908/ at Fernie in the
Province oi British Columbia, are required to send .by post .prepaid, or
to deliver to the undersigned -solicitor for the executor and trustee uh-
ALTHOUGH
We are Burned out
We are not done out
Lots for sale
In West Fernie
2. Tt shall, be lawful for the Mayor jj d(?r   the   wm   0f,,the   said-   Melissa
to cause any number of debentures to Leonard,  their names  and  addresses
CLUB  CIGAR,STORE
Fernie
TChc only spot in town for choice pipes
and tobacco.
6 Lots,55 ft. x 132 if. in good Idea,
tion. ' Safe distance from' saw mills.
Easy term's. . ' '
' Further particulars' by applying to
L. T. Smith; Fernie, or
8herwood Herchmer
Fernie. B. C.
Two of - above. lots ' liave' been - sold
since fire,
be made, executed and issued for
such sum or sums as. may be required
for the,purpose and object aforesaid,
not exceeding however the sum of
$65,000.00, and all such debentures
shall' be* sealed, with .the seal of the
Corporation-' and signed. by the Ma-
W. A.  INGRAM
Fernie
FERNIE  CARTAGE CO.
TEAM WORK AND DR.\YING
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POLLOCK WINE CO.
"Wholeiale Liquor Dealers
.A lull stock In a few dnys.
Dealers In
Wagons, Sleighs and Dump Carts,
Spring Rigs and Harness
O. ,N. Ross, Manager.
FERNIE
LUMBER
CO.
A.  McDougall,.Mgr,
ELK VALLEY LIVERY, DRAY AND
TRANSFER CO.
DitAYWG,
TEAMING
TRANSPKR WORK
CLAPP & LETCHER,
Fernie,
B.C.
"Will be cutting in 'a
cmiple of "weeKs
•Savo ui your orden
fjaigary
.ATTLE
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GO TO
niNMAN KAMINBKI CO.
..    ,.   For Your Supply of ..   ".
■OBOOERIF48, DRY GOODS, BOOTS
AND SHOES
Hoimir, B. Of
All kinds of
Roast Meats
such sum or- sumse as may be" required for- the purpose and object
aforesaid not, exceeding however the
sum of- $50,000:00 and. all such debentures aliall be.sealed with the seal
of the Corporation and signel by the
Mayor thereof.
'.3. The said' debentures  shall" bear
date from1, the 1st day of November,
A.-.D., 1908, and shall be made payable in twenty years from the said
date,- in lawful money of Canada at
the office of the Canadian Bank of
Commerce    in    Fernie,     afaoresaid,
which said place of payment shall be
designated . by. the, said,, debentures,
arid, shall-^avo attached to.them cou-
nons for,the payment of interest and
the  signatures, to  the  interest  coupons, may, be.either written, stamped,
printed or lithographed.
4, The ;.said debentures shall, bear
interest, ('at tlie., rato of Five Per Cent,
from the date thereof, which, interest shall bo payable annually nt said
Cnnadidn Bank of Commerce in Fernie aforesaid, in, lawful money of
Canada, on. tho First day of November respectively in each year during
tho,. ouronoy (.hereof, and it shall ho
expressed in fluid debentures and
coupons to. bo so payable.
a. It shall bo lawful for the Mayor
of tho said Corporation to negotiate
and hoU tho nnid debentures or nny
of them ntloHH than par, but in no
ciiho shull tho Hiiid (lobunturGH or any
of thorn bo, negotiated or Hold for lorn*
than nlnoty-flvo per oontum of thoir
vnluo, Including the cunt of negotiating the Halo, brokerage and nil othor
incidental oxijemisfl.
, 0. Thoro _ shall bo rained and levied
in  (inch .year  during  thu  currency
of Hiiid debentures tho sum of $2,500,-
00 for pnymnnt of interont and the
Hum of $1,800,80 for payment of Hnir
(lehontureu hy, into Huffloii'iit, thereof
on nil rateable hind iu tho said Municipality,
, ,7. It shall he lawful for the mi id
Municipal Council to ri'-piirchnu'. any
of, the «nid dubjntureH upon hucIi
U'riim nn niay he ngreed upon with
tho legal holdorn thereof, either at
the timo of Halts or any KiibHci-uoiit
Unit) or tiuiiiH ,and nil dclienturim ho
repurchased Hhnll forthwith ho cancelled nnd dcHtroycd und no rci-it-mui
of dubeiitiirOH ho re-purchiiHC'd Hhnll
ho innil.-. hi pnunonnnrioi. cf n\fn\\ rn.
purehaho,
ThiH hy»lnw Hhnll take effect nn or
nfter tho Fimt day of October, A. 1),
I (JOB;
Thin By-law may ho cited for nil
TnirwwP*   im   Ihe   Pity   of       Vi'rnln
Klcctrio  Light  and   Power   By-Law
No. oi
Done nnd iuihhmI lu Open Council
thin day of  11X16.
NOTICE
Take notice Unit tin- nhovi* N n
true copy of Iho proponed Ily.lnv* upon which thn vote of thn .Municipality will bo taken nl the City of Fernie, on Saturday, the SGth day of
.September, between the hour* of 10
o'olock in Uiu morning nnd 8 o'clock
in thu evening at tho City Clerk'n
Offlco now situated In I-JoHnf Committee building,
Fernie/ 0. C, September 11th. 1008.
O, H. DOULTON.
it City Clunk.
yor thereof. „     •„. ■'.
3. The ..said debentures, shall bear
date from the 1st. day' of'.'November
A. D. 1908, and shall be made pay.
able in Twenty' years from" the said
date, in lawful money of Canada, at
the offices of the. Canadian Bank of
Commerce in.. Fernie aforesaid, which
said place, of payment shall be designated by the .said .debentures, and
shall have attached to them coupons
for the payment of interest and the
signatures to the interest coupons
may be either written, stamped,
printed' or lithographed.
4. The 'said debentures shall bear
interest nt the rate of Five Percent,
from  the  date   therapf,   which   interest shall be payable annually at
the said.office of the Canadian Bank
of Commerce in Fernio, aforesaid, in
lawful money of Canada, on thc First
day of November respectively in oach
yenr during the currency thereof and
it shall bo expressed in said debentures and coupons' to be eo payable.
5. It shall be lawful for tho Mayor
of the said Corporation to negotiate
nnd Roll tho said dobonturo or nny of
them at 1 loss than par,, but in  no
cnae shall tho said debentures or any
of thorn bo negotiated or sold for less
than ninety-five per contum of, their
value; inoluding the-cost** of ncgotint-
,ing tho flnlo, brokerage and all thu
other Incidental expoiiHCH,
fl, Thoro Hliall bo raised und levied
in each year during tho currency of
and full particulars in writing, *of
their claims and statements of their
accounts , ,and the ..nature of the securities, if' any, held by them.
And TAKE NOTICE,that' .after the
' First day of November, 1908, the
■said_^xecutor^and_J.r.usie.e_jvill__pro^
Come right along
We'can serve you
ceed to distribute the. assets of the
deceased among the persons ■ entitled
therpto/1 having regard "only, to 'the
claims" of which he shall.then have
had notice, and the said, executor and
trustees will not be liable for.,the
said assets,or any part thereof, to,any
person of whose claim he shall - not
then have received notice. ;
DATED at Fernie the 14th'day of
September, A. D. 1908.
L. P. Eckstein,        ;
Solicitor for the said Executor and
Trustee, .
Fernie, B. C.
3^hi mster=& JGo,
HARDWARE
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NOTICE
' IN THE MATTER OF AN,APPLICATION for the issue of a duplicate
of the Certificate, of. Title to'part of
Lots 1, and 2, Block 0, of Lot 5455,
Group One, District, . of Kootenay
(Maps ,735 and 7.35 A).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
it is my intention to issue at the expiration of one_ month after thc first
publication hereof 11 duplicate of tho
Certificate of Title to tho above mentioned laud ,in the name of Edward
Owen, which Certificate is dated the
30th of September 1007 and numbered
7500 A.
H.  F.  MACLEOD,.
Difltrlct Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
Nelson, B. O.
September 3rd, 1008.
Fernie Livery Dray and Transfer Co,
Ice For Sale
Keep Cool
RlZZUTO & CRAWFORD
Canada■
Stands Extremes of Heat and Cold
RUHEROID iu used on houses nnd bams at points
1,000 miles north) of Kdmonton, Alberta—and thc
extreme cold 1ms no effect on it,
I RUBKROID Is used on buildings in the West Indies,
South America and  the Orient,—where the ther- B
tnometer rep-istern from 00 to 100 dejrrees for niontbd |
!—and the extreme heat has uo effect on it. |
Could yon ask for a more satisfactory roofing tor your I
house and barn ?   Write for samples and prices. |
Sold by Western Canada Wholesale
Co. Ltd.
Canadian Fairbanks  Co.
LIMITED
Gasoline EnginbB      Circular,, Saws      Fraiuou
Drag -Saw Macliinou
Stationary nnd Portable
Sawing Outfits
VANCOUVER WINNIPEG        CALGARY
TORONTO AND MONTREAL
Temporary Local Office at P. Tascheran'i, Victoria Avenoe, E.
E. S. ORMSBY, Agent.
KING EDWARD HOTEL
OPPOSITE OLD STAND
Table Board $6.00.   All old prices now eliarfed,
Eicellenl Cuisine.
J. L. GATES, prop.
0ej**tyLte*pi»t^t*e*ee%de*e^
ttt.,i,a^Vil;ll;li;?Miiaiff.^vririri
MWIM
.' aT.'j-ff.is^y.ygrrrn
W. R. McDougall
Dealer in Boots &
Shoes :: : Trunks,
Valises, Suit-cases
i,i
Single and Double Harness
ns&ssss it-'-'
PAGE  FOUR
.   •■•- the, district  Ledger, .fernie,'•b/.o.-   Saturday, ;sept. 19/;.\m./
Thc District Ledger
$1 a Year in Advance.
Address all Communications to the
"Manager"   District   Ledger,' Fernie,
B. 0.
' Rates   for  advertising  on   application.
.    W.  S. STANLEY,   MANAGER.
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CIVIC   OWNERSHIP
In regard to the city taking over
the electrict light, waterworks and
telephone systems from , the Crow's
Nest Pass Coal Company we would
like to urge upon all the ratepayers
to vote in favor nf the liy-hiw, which
we understand will shortlv be nlac-
cd before them.   "
It is not a matter''of the present
so much as tlu* future that should
he considered. It could not be expected that the proposition would
pay right at the start. They never
did anywhere, but in time they will
more than pay, and that is what
every* rnt'.-puyei* in the city should
look after, As we stated before, it
would be absurd to allow any outsiders, Cranbrook or no Cranbrook, to
come in and, get control for years of
these systems of public utility. It
would mean the same for Fernie as
it has meant for older and larger, cities all through the Dominion, "a
stone around its neck" for years.
The people who wish to get a hold
of these systems know that in a very
short time there will be lots of inon-
'[ ey made for them. If they were not
assured of that why would they wish
"to control them? They certainly are
not going to install the necessary apparatus "for sweet charity's sake" although they may try to hoodwink
the 'public by saying so. No there is
no such a thing^'as1 charity. It is the
everlasting grab for the dollars. That
in the incentive, that moves them to
monopoli7,e the public utilities, and
that is what we want to  urge upon
■ our ratepayers. . Vote for the civic
ownership of all these public utilities. Vote early. Bring your neighbor along to vote with you ,and if
necessary lay off a shift. You will
reap the' advantages later on and
know that you have done the right
thing. Vote early for-the by-law.
CHANGES  NEEDED
There seems to be a lot of unrest
""at-the ■•- mln^s-^!-C6al~Creek at tlie
presnt time. Rumors of various sorts
are afloat, and from enquiries made
it, seems  evident that  some  of  the
' management at the Creek are ripe
for a change, The men' claim that
several things are'not running at all
smoothly, and a lot of them have
quit their jobs and are waiting for a
■ change to take place.
We sincerely hope that the general
management will look very closely
into the matter, and if they find that
the complaints of the men have any
foundation (which we honestly believe js the caso) it would be much to
their advantage to make some
changes in the management and
avoid, unrest and lucking as at present.
Tho city lias suffered tremendously in tho fire, the company has suffered, so that anything that could
he. done either  by tho  men  or the
' management to belter the conditions
and afford a chance for both to recuperate their losses should be done
at once,
WHY THE  DELAY
We would like to ask tlie license
commissioners of Michel why Jus.
Dougla.*1, the lute, president of the
Michel Local U. M. W, of A. has not
yet received his license,
He has all the. conveniences, all
the accommodation, mid hiiH eon..
plied with all the regulation:*, yet
he cannot get his license. Other
men have got their.-, cilice James
DouRlnd applied for his, Why this
nd tape!-- We demand fair pl'ny all
around, and inor.^ especially so as
DourI**.**. wns n miner nnd ii„ni('nihor
of our district.
A man wim snys tliut he iIoim not
helieve iu (Imi or religion is a fool,
Nature iilone dinproves any hupIi as-
wirtinii, and religion of norm., form
which follfiwH this belief tends to
elevate (ind btouden menV minilH.
Wn are worry to sny we hnve heard
men on o«r *.tTt„.\* my that the*, do
not believe in dod. Such doctrines
hinder irn-teud ol help any theory,
AN APOLOGY
In our limn.- n{ Augu>t liitli,    the
HPftOnd   lifter   the   Voe.'Tit   f.<i,,,!,iiTT,,»'--,n
wn published, under the caption of
"Fire .Note**," an article, reflecting
.on a certain unnamed person, Riving
«l tiort uf litia-iful explanation of the
frequent disaitern which have bc«
fallen the town.
W« may us xs-ll t.iutu frankly ut
once (hat it wn* to Mr, Willinm Ferule, to whom our city owe* itn name,
und indeed itn exihteiioe, that the ar.
Hell* referred, The ref'-ri-nce ■wnt.
•fwrfoctly plain to any reader nt all
(411nli.tr wiili tl... hiM.iry ol the city
,We now de*<ire to .xplitin to our
reail.ru, ntirl tn the Ktunl'i'.i.u Snitl*
n*l, and our other cont-'nipoari.-Ks
ethlth have copied tin- item. Hut v,i-
puhlinhed {i uitlmut /ormd.-rfttion,
or verification, and up<.ti uiakinir • n.
quirtf* n-nonf-M 'old Urr.t-n" and
♦nth'*?*, wi* liml thnt th* ntnry we jm|.-
ttohftl I* quit'* untru-*- and indn-d
abvuril.
W«r htrp* thu "Mr. IV-mie *hd hi*
friend-* will sctvpt thi* n-prf.lf.fy. Thf
THttri-tt IaIjwt he* no detire to re-
m
(f|||r. PURE GOOD" CREAMERY BUTTER
VUI 3' lbs.  for    ........$1.00
■     '1 j NEW LAID EGGS—per doz 35c
LeaQCrS! WILD  ROSE TEA-qui- own   blend,
packets  50c
"      QUALITY-NOT   QUANTITY
PAY  CASft
W. J.  BLUNDELL
fleet upon the character of any one,
and having done so in this instance,
we are anxious to make - all the
amends "in our power.
W.  S.  STANLEY,
Manager, District Ledger.
TRADES UNIONS PUBLICITY
(By the Rev. Charles Stclzle).'
, Why men so long resist an appeal
depends largely upon the individual
ity of each man. A man is controlled
by so many factors that there is a con
stant snuggle as to which will gain
the supremacy. There may • be a
strong desire to become a member of
a labor union, but another element
enters in, which sways him more
powerfully than the first, with the
result  that   he   is   Overmastered.
The'only way in which to overcome
the resisting elements is to have the
desire to join the union so persistently and so persuasively presented
to him that this desire will finally
conquer. For--this reason the claims
of the labor union upon .workingmen.
should be 'constantly brought home
to them. The'oftener you can.make
a man think of joining the labor
union the easier it becomes for him
to finally do so.
Men move in crowds. , But the
crowds.usually move in the opposite
direction to that in which you de-
.Airu the Individual to move. The
influence of the crowd is rarely''constructive and, uplifting. Its tendency
is downward toward the barbaric
elements of human nature. The mob
does not believe in organization, and
yet, curiously enough it moves iii the
mass. This makes it all thcc more
difficult for the individual man to
step down and act for himself. While
under the influence, of the crowd his
mind becomes a part of,the mind of
the mass which makes, him think
and act differently than- he'-.would
as an individual.
There is a sort of collective mind,
which has in common some very or
'dinOTj^paiitiesTBecause oOTilPthe
crowd can never ascend to the heights
of the high-minded individual who
may be one of its members, nor can
he live out the ideals which' he personally possesses.
It should be the function, of the
labor union to call out the individual
from the influence of the crowd, and
start in him a 'tendency which will
finally hmd him in the trades union.
This may be dono by the powerful
and attractive presentation of thoso
things for which the labor union
stands,
Therforc, advertising may become
a very important department ' of
trade union work, because, rightly
understood, and properly employed,
it will be a most efficient method in
helping men towards the, trades 'union.
on the one hand and the organization
of employers .upon the other has some
of the aspects of a war between classes. But.if thc world is to attain to
a more perfect' state, the distances
between classes must be lessened,
not by levelling down, but- by a more
general dffusion of comfort, and an
ever-increasing compensation to 'labor. This, as ,the history of the past
attests, will not come by voluntary
sacrifice on the part of the wealthy
and privileged few, but by tho stern
fighting of social reformers, and the
steady, persistent determination ' of
the leaders of labor to improve conditions under which their work, is
dene, and to obtain an increased
share of the wealth which labor and
capital jointly produces.
The separation between employers
and employees seems to be a necessary result of modern industrial conditions. The oldrelation between the
master and his journeyman and apprentice is gone forever, and happy
as the relation often was, there was
perhaps a sense of ownership on the
one side and of dependence'upon the
other, There has come the great factory, and the great industrial cor-
.poration, great systems of transportation, great financial and corporate
combinations. The workman goes
in and out of these huge establishments a stranger to the management
and ignorant often of the very names of the boards of directors. "The
tools with which he works, are not
his own; the machine he tends, the
engine he drives, the ship he directs,
belongs to a corporation whose stocks
are on, the E.xch'ange and whose investments necessarily are, their chief
concern. Their relationship with labor is impersonal and remote; their
interest in dividends personal and
direct. Under such conditions - the
organization of labor is-natural, and
necessary, and occasional , misunderstanding, arid conflict' is inevitable.'
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tern of industrial organization' which
has. developed advantageous alike to
employers, to workmen, and tb the
great body of■" consumers, The result
has been to mass capital for great undertakings, to cheapen production,
to lower'the cost of the luxuries, as
well as tlie necessities of life. But in
the main .cheaper production comes
through the increasing use of machinery, and increasing use of machinery means increasing * dependance
of labor unless it is able, to enforce
its independence by organization.
Hence* the necessity for the organization fo labor, and for discipline with
in  the ranks of the unionist,s. ,
To say that unionism Is sometimes
unwise, and sometimes arrogant is
only to say that unionists are human
Ike the rest of us, How many, of the
determined opponents of unionism
would be content to lie at the mercy
of any employer or of any employing
corporation? How many of these
would be leaders of organized labor
if instead of being industrial captains
they wrought at the bench or tho
i loom? The very qualities which
lead these men to keep the open shop
and to resist the claims of organized laborwookl mnko them leaders in
unionism if they were wa^e-workers
in soiiii! great industrial concern and
dependent upon its tiinnitf;. rs for the
means of livliliood for themselves
and their families, If tho union may
coerce a few workmen, und hone*
thnt unionism miiluw for the general
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a O.
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W.C.B.Mansoh, Mgr./Fernie
"AS TO STRIKES
Slowly ,but surely, the world is be-
ginning to understand tho labor
movement, and with that understanding comes each day a largor measure
of co-opt ration and sympathy for the
other classes, but thero are still those
who cannot or will not see the work-
iiigman's movement us it is intended hy hitn to he, therefore, he is 'periodically denounced." n<. js a striker,
they Hay, So he is, hut not until he
has been arrogantly told that there
is nothing to arbitrate. II.. boycotts,
Yes, but ho learned the use of that
weapon from the cruel blucklist-the
hhiekh-t  tliut  Hindu  him  an  indiin-.. '*' *■>■-■■"■■"■■.
trial outcast, that denied   him   the   "1(U>p,'n<,,!llc,!  an'1  wolfnre  of  labor
right  to he a breadwinner nnd sent \ ca" \m®\ •'<' *liH|iutorl
him away from  his homo with the     *' ' '"
wall of his child and the sobs of his
wife breaking his heart. The striker
is hut a ri-hi-1, The rebel Iiiih been
the loichbearer of civilization since
mini renlir.ed that he hnd a soul,
AhuoHt as bad as the "scab," in
tho eyes of a. loyal workinginan, is
the "micker"- thi> man who is always
trying to "make himself Holid" with
tlle boss even «t the expense nf hid
fellow  work men.—The  Cull,
The l.adii'H* Home Journal nnd the
Saturday Kvening Post nr- the pro.
diietw of non-union hi hor. Do you
read them? il      , "
Lessons of
Labjor Day
The nnrnde of Labor flnv wn« n re-
niiiikfible demoii»triitioii of the power of organized Jnlor in Toronto.
There lire thorn' who hold that un-
ionium doen n/it id way* line its
strength wisely, and who contend
that the closed id-op U n mennce to
It is only by methods,of'conciliation, sympathetic appeal' iuul labor-
hum effort towards a better under-
standing, that the crosH-wnr would he,
abated, and more sutisfnctory rela-
tioiiH between labor and capital ink.
tahlldhi'd. it in unfortunate) that
upon both sides In too many eases
then- jh a vindicative Hpirit, and a
dixpoMtion to mlninterpret and min-
Interpret and mlsunderHtimd. Too
often Die union proteeU inferior work
men, and Insists upon vexatious regulations which Impair efficiency and
hiuiipiT the exercUe of neceHHiiry au-
liinrty, Too often both employer*
and employees observe only tho letter of agreenunlH, nnd the ati-ndy and
"atikfaetorv t-ip'-rnMnn of n i»r.>i,t In.
diiMry is omlmrraiwd hy ortni-tnnt
motion nnd  miHiinderstanding,
Again the employer, Htruggling
through n bad hciuoii or a fnllinir mnr
ket, hcln that thero in no nyinpathet-
if<      lll.'Tltltr       ,.1       lnl,.«n..t        tyt,ri...       X.'.
tturkin. n and hirnxclf, and that the
loyal ..'-..pintloti and the •.•nergetie
Mipju.it which tho hituntion of the
huniiii'4.4, demand* are withhold. So
often th.- employe,, in ,.vjJ (loiiioittio
chcuiii.tiie.-4, with Moknei'** or d-^nth
indiiKtrinl In-edom. Hut who cailf"* I"11 lew, and •iccun.ul-aUi.j* obli-
Neriou*ly b-liovi* thnt organization of potion* which hi"* tmant-n enwd v/tithe workerii Im not »ie<v*mi,ry t-> the iffy. !<-« I- that hit. employer Ih fur
promotion of their intcronta, nnd lo removed fr.,»i hU trial* and difltcul-
the intrift.-irjp rrjoxal and mAter,*] tie», . uj.^inj; a pi.,*.p rity to, which
'-l--vnt|.,it id tlif Tiia*4.i**8 of th.* p»:'-> h" hni c■".dnbuti'd, and cando** of
!''"•' the  u.')fnr«- cf „*v. p^f ^ {„  hfl#
It cannot be doubted that if the vn*t i.iiuliui-. JUme nn- element/try
vrntn-er* i|*nlt with their omplOfon Ittd". -r'-ily •-taUd, but el their
an hnlnUii units thej* would receive root* li*- the gnat problem of the
mynller wuj-.-i, and enjoy a far li**» in-w century.
tMixtA, t..r> m.-inff.* t,t <Yimf»rt than II >* c-ium that unjonUm .li*«|
they now punnet,., H may not be eontribiit'-.! imtmimly to improve i
that th*> orpanitation ol vvtltmtn up-th* itamhtd ».f Wxiug and the aver
age comfort for the masses of the
people.- There is still a long way to
go before the battle for the under
,dog culminates in a complete., victory. There are sweat' shops to be
closed, and the great problem of unemployment to' be solved, the feeble
and old by State pensions or State
insurance to, be saved from want and
neglect as they go ddwn to the
grave. There is nothing in the world
so pitiful as the sight of a man willing to turn his hand, to toil, pleading in vain in a world of plenty for
tlie poor privilege of earning bread
for Ins family, lt cannot be that- a
good Providence ever , intended . that
l.oncst men and women should ever
need to beg or steal or starve, and it
is.a blessed thing that the world is
full .of visionaries and enthusiasts
who canot'rest while that condition
continues. °
",' A prince of tlie Twelfth Dynasty.
^-■Lifcjpuj—1'vro-uiuUaaii.a^j'ours- ouiore
Christ, declared: "In my time there
were no poor, and none were hungry
in my day,. When the years of famine came I ploughed all the fields of
the Nome, „from the southern to the
northern boundary, Ikept the inhabitants aliye "and gave them food, so
that no one was. hungry. I gn.ve
to the widow even as to hor who
had a husband, and I never preferred
the great to the small." The, burden
which lay upon the prince' of Egypt
rests upon us all,' There is need still
for the works of charity aiid mercy,
thero are- still abuses to remedy,
slums" to be cleaned, poor ' to be
housed under conditions of cleanliness and comfort, the relations between labor and. capital,, to be established in sympathy and equity, and
a world to be made into a decent
dwellin house for every son of man,
—News, Toronto,-
Bankhead
The United Miners of Bank Head
held a special meeting on Thursday
night, Sept, 10th. Tho meeting was
called to order at oight o'clock
Pres, Dunlap in tho chair, The first
order of business was tlie report on
tho Brothers cases who had been din-
charged, the meoting concurred in
the committee report, After this
Brother James, organizer from Kd-
monton addressed the meeting,
Ikothei' James in his opening remarks told the Brother*, that it wiih
a pleasure for him to be in their
midst and that ho had wanted to
visit Bank Head Local for some time
hut owing to dinputcs arising iu his
part of tlio District, ho hud no th.-en
able to do ho, Brother Jiuiiph upoko
about tho past ami prcHcn*, conditions
of District IB, Hn iiIho gave tho mem-
how of Dnnk Head n fairly good in.
Mgltt into whnt the future would he
ltl.e. He iidvlM-d tho men to be in
full readiness for the termination of
their prej>(nt agreement-1-. Brother
Jarnen thinks there will be very little
trouble, if nny, In March 1009, pro.
vldi|iR the operntpn* demands nre
nnytlihiR like reasonable. The latter
part of Brother Jnmns nddreKH was
on   the   political   que-ation.    He   In-
r i    ii . ,,..».,
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•hnl the T,-iW ?jjrt;* cf Cii'.i'ii.j'y hml
noniinnted President F. H. Shcrmun,
U.M.W.nfA., DUtrlct 18, dj* a candi.
dale for the romlnff Dominion eloc-
tlona in November, 100ft,,
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      -       ^.4.-..    J,      U4i'.„4.      44,       4     ll       tl.4!'l,'4*h
remarlU after which he. naked the
Brother*, to plenno pxcuso his idiort
■•pooch because be watt not capable of
giving thorn nny elaborate (speech nnd
if he could he Raid ho wouldn't.
Brother Jninei was dippnvl to hi*
m-at. Brother llarb'T mado a motion
Hint the men ,.f JIaiiV Ho»d f>ni]r,r*c
ihe notion of the C«U'«ry Labor Party. Brother H. Morgan neoonded the
motion. The mooting wna thon
brought t.» a rloai*. Afttr the m.-ot-
iisi?,
Th* n-infc IJi-nd *iffn^«, limited,
only worked Hv*. day* laU vtet-V, th*
stoppage nf work on Saturday, Sop-
tontber li, Mug oau-rti throwph tho
C. T. R. not l» iajf able to aupply tho
mino with l*t* cue.
X Gloo Club wa* oifanited at thc
R. ADDISON
Blairmore, Altai
Funeral Director and
Undertaker
ALBERTA BOARDING HOUSE
Hosmer, B. C.
Board and room ,$26.00 per month
Mrs. Desleaures, Prop.
ALL WHITE-HELP
-honio._of Afr and—Mrs'.—.-Howells—.,on
Monday night; September 7th—musical director Mr. Lees B.of Mc. ■.organist Mr. Pete Williams R.A.M.;
President H. MacMorgan. This party
will practice every Monday. night in
the Company Hall. The name of
tlie the party is the Gwent Glee
Singers. The names of the pieces
or glees they will, start o with areas
follows: -Comrades in Arms; Sailors Chorus; In the Sweet, If there,
are any good -first tenors in Bank
Head, we should be very pleased to
have them join, also second bassis.
Tho Dank Head I. O. O. F. will
hold their annual danco on Sept. 25.
Tho dance will lio held in tho Company Hall; Tho music will bo furnished hy tho Danfl orchestra, Thero
will also lio refreshments served during tho ovoning. This is tho dunce
of tho season, A good timo is sure.
Everybody como, Gentlemen SI.00,
ladies frco,        l!        . „ ,
The Dank Head football team played Fiold at Field on Labor Day, but
owing to somo dlsputo which nroso
on tho field of piny, tho game was
not finished. The Dnnk Tfoad brass
hand accompanied tho footballers to
Field. "Mr. ,)ohnnlo Jackson and a
fow others did their best to entertain tho hoys whilo thoy woro at
Field. On the whole, tho hoys' spent
a good day.
On Saturday, Sept, 12th, the Dank
head team met DanfT on tliolr grounds
and IlanlT won out by ono goal to
nil.
Tlio Dank Head cricket club played
their hist match two weeks ago ng-
ainst IlanlT. Hank Head won out hy
about fifty runs. Aftor tho match
the two teoniH sat down to dinner,
nt, tho Alberto Hotel, Tho samo
night thn two teams hold a grand
smoking concert at Drowator's Opera
Houso, DanrT. Mr, Goo, Hunter, National Park miporlntondont, piwhlod.
Thero wan n good prngrammn and
lots of Dock and John Dowar, broad
and rh«?NP and ham Mindwlchos bolng
rwrvod during tho ovoning, which wont
down with tho othor rofnmlunonts.
.Mr. Harry Slmmonda was tho Ntar
Hlngor of tho ovoning, Mr, Hlmmonds
linn 11 powerful voice and ho In nlno
a great fnlhotto. Ho ban cortalnly
mfiMiml his calling, Mr, Tom Dartlct
wa» In his usual form, Tho Welsh
<iui-i o.v .Morgan and Williams, which
Html! ii,.uf dfi-it un item on tho pro-,
'Krnimnw, did not como off, Willloms
win r.o« nhlo to p«t h nn appwiranco
Horl> won thu host bowling nvorago
•Tnrk Wntson tho^lvont batting nvor-
4-.K*-*. i.v.rry ,.,tmg tor thn host catch
•In tho day's pla,v.
A public mooting of tho TT. M. W,
nt A. wns oallwl for thn purpose of
making arrangements for tho coming
Homlnlon rtortlnns in November. A
rimnnlem rnmmff.t.o.i wan formed, c<.«.
porwi nt four Kngllah shaking bro-
the***, fuur auvx .ind f,.ur Unlinnfl.
Thin roinmittoo was to met't on tha
Mlovrlntr nicht to draw tip a lino of
procedure tn he prosontoa ttcforo tlio
mon in tho nocr futiiro, Tho mevst-
hiff-^htn rxnw to a flo«*.
The Imyp ut tUmk XltiinX art, K».in«
tntrt th* oWtion for all thoy art
worth nnd If tho Ultle man who
ntrnxd m tho nttiup t^,v in Vnijt&ry
flfid defieii th* pnUte anthhritlot ifon't
win «w»t it won't I* throarrh any
fiiulf, rxf theirn.
Don't go elsewhere to be-%. ■",-'
cheated, come.right here.  - ■'   c
TOM      BBCK:
An Old Face in the"
Right Place yv?y:
A.  W. Bleasdell, Druggist
Open for business in a few days
.1 beg to annoiince to my many   .
1   .   customers that I will be open
.   for business >at the old stand '
in a few days. y -
A. C LIPHARDT
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
Dominion Meat Co.
"Dealers in all kinds of
Fresh and Salt Meats
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Fish and Poultry in Season
Victoria Ave.
Fernie
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A£2 Hamilton
Tinsmith and Plumber
We can furnish you with estimates in
anything in our line.
FtRNIE'S EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
W. F. Muirhead & Go.
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P, Burns l& Rn. Meat Merchants
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