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 Iri dustrial Unity is Strength
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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF DISTRICT NO. 18, U. M. W. of A.
Political Unity is Victory
VOL.    IV.      No.    9.
FERNIE,    B.   C,   SATURDAY,    OCTOBER    24,    1908.
$1.00 A YEAR.
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A Complete Line of
FURNITUR
NOW ON HAND
Beds, Bedding, Kitchen Ranges,,,High-Class Parlor arid
Dining-Room Furniture, Crockery, etc.  Watch
for our specials next week.
SHOULD BE CLEARER
CORRESPONDENT CONSIDERS TE-
} LEPHONE BY-LAW VERY
j INDEFINITE,.
'To thc Kditor: Q
Dear Sir,—I have carefully perused
tho bylaw  which iH to lie submitted
to tho electors on  the. third  of next
month.     It   is  far  from   my  wish to
interpose   factious   objections   to   thc
company  Unit, seeks  Un; privilege   of
opcretinK a telephone .system  within
our city.    No sensible business   man
'will   ai-Riio iluit   a  public  utility     of
' that kind is not wanted or ought, to
: ho Ioiir delayed.    Tho iuatt<*r is pure-
1 ly. n   business  one ,*i*i(l   I   propose to
deal with it.as such.'  The nKi-cuincnt
j which it proposes to make a part of
tho   By-law,  is,  in     my     view,  vcrv
; vague,     involving,,   as  the proposed
! agreement does, an cxtiuonlinnry pri-
' vilugc, nothing should be left .to conjecture but' every thing should be clear
ly defined.   , ,1  iiavc  tried  to     uiider-
stand  ib.j meaning  of    tho proposed
agreement; but it is dilllcult, in view
worth, at the present day, $10,000
cash, while the future value is almost
inestimable. "With a franchise, so valuable .is this, the Company ought easily lie able to traffic in the matter
and make a large sum. Why should
not the city make, this money instead of passing it over to a Com-,
pany?
, Yours faithfully,
K.  V,  Kck'sf.cin.
Complete House Furnishers
FERNIE, B. C,
ran
Drop in and inspect our stock pay day. We have a complete
line of Men's Furnishings at lowest prices., Suits $5 to $20.
Shoes $2. .50, $3, $3.50 and $5.    Hats, our special union-made,
of tho conflicting clauses, • to do so.
In my opinion.' the. agreement will
likely cause a mix-up at somo future
time. And in,the tight that, will en
sue, 1 doubt very much whether tbe
city will find itself able to maintain
its position as, against the company.
The reference under clause 1, to
"day" and "night" is very vague. 1
presume that it is intended to mean
thul the service will ;bc operated as
woll by night as by day.    If that is
WHELEN—BARNETT NUPITALS'
A pretty wedding took place, on
"Monday evening,, tho H-lli inst. at
tlio Unman Catholic church at S.;iO
the occasion solemnizing ili.'mai--
riiif,'? cri'inony of Cornelius
Lawrence Whclen and Helena Mafic
(Jabriel (l)ollie) Harnett, hy the Rev.
Kathcr McCullough. The mtendnnis
were .Mr. and .Airs: I1'. IT. Who!on, the
bride being dressed in cream serge,
and llowei toque to mutch, aiid carrying ,i shower 'lioucpiul of roses, car- ■
nations and maiden hair ferns, To
the tune, of Lohengrin's wedding
march the bridal party took their
place at, the alter where the marriage
vow was enacted. ' The church was
decorated for the occasion and some
fifty close- friends of the bride wero
present. The groom's gift to the
bride was a beautifully hand carved
gold watch with pearl pendant. j
,1 After the ceremony the party journeyed to tho "jYapaneo Hotel" where
the wedding dinner was in waiting
and customary to the occasion toasts
and speeches by friends of the bride
and groom were in .order. The presents to the contracting parties were
numerous  and  valuable, .including    a.
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GROCERIES
AND
PROVISIONS
of the highest quality
obtainable
dining room suite in early English by
the  intention,,1,  it  is to be regretted  -w •
that the  draftsman -..failed  tp adopt
-$3.50-
LOCKHART & GILLESPIE
The Workingmiui's Storo .Next to.the Bunk of Commerce
and Mrs. F. IT. Whelen, a mahogany table'by Mr. and Mrs.  J.  Bar-
language which would make the fact   nett>  parcnts Qf thfi ^.^ ^.^
any parlor settee by Mr. and Mrs. J.
cut glass fruit bowl by Mr.
Todd,  cut  class  cream
pitcher  and   sugar   bowl   from;    Miss
IthcbaTodd,    cut-' glass celery dish
ScQil^=ani-l—fro^n Mis L(aw--=
clear.     Clause 4,  embodies so many   un
subjects,   that  one has to be careful   j.j   ^. . ,
in his analysis,   ...to    know,   exactly, amj  -y       ^,
what, is intended.    To the framers of !
this Agreement, the.meaning may be
clear .but  the- language „oi  the clause", fi-nrn_T_ 1A
does not convey to the uninitiated,
an adequate-* idea of what is intended. |
One thing is clear, however, and that
is, that at no time, henceforth, is the.
company hound .to reduce its rates
r-below St}.00 p/t month in business
places nnd S'J.Of) for residences.
-The agreement, purports to give thc
is a cut glass water set. From ,
sonic close friends of the groom a.
mahogany parlor suite was presented.
"Con." and his bride are both well
and favorably known throughout the
district' .'ind their many- friends - will
'be f-'bul to hear of their alliance.
We have a car of Fruit just
arrived, consisting of Peaches, Plums, Pears, Apples,
Grapes, Bananas, Squash.
This is a very choice lot.
li o ,
Also Car Vegetables and our
prices are right.
YOU WILL SAY, IS IT POSSIBLE that I, can buy good
fruit^lauils with « good supply water within 30 miles of Fomie,
on instalment plun, $5 down, §5 per month, no interest for first
year, for a fivoaore tract during the life of contract!* .'This otter
will.not Inst long, as the price may bo advanced after11st .January next, so if. you want Good Frnit Lands at at tlio bottom
price apply, at onco. Do it now ! Sales have exceeded our
best expectations so far, Wo find it easy to sell a good article.
and such easy payments are positively not offered by any other
tiom'pany,   Write for Circular of "Kootenai Irrigation Tract,"
D. W. HART, Baynes, B.C.,
Audit for Canada
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IN EVERYBODY'S MOUTH
nre oui1 Tooth Washes nnd the prnise
of tliein, They uiv pure, [niprnnl and
antiseplie, cIi'iiiikIiik both teeth and
(,'iinis, ri'iiKiviii*; the tnrtnr niul uiv-
ill*,' a sweet pei'liiine to tin. breath.
We nlm) have Tooth BriiHhes, l?ow.
ilei',-1 nnd Soupi for denial purpoien,
nnd I'vcry rei|ulKit.e for'(he bathroom
mid toilet, Our linen of Fnncy Simps,
I'i'i'fiiiiieK nnd Sncliets nro second to
none hi quality, hut rather low in
price.
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orown ik Elmer
(Successors to II, Ham mond)
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Electrical Contractors
Li^ht and Power Wiring, Electric Light Fixtures,
and all klncln ol mippliett in Block, Export Elcctri-
ciann nm ployed.
Call at Cabin
Opp. Reid & Co.'s Furniture
Store* Fernie
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BY-LAW
Do- not let out-!^;*^,"
siders   steal   your
golden eggs.
Keep   the   telephone   system
your own hands.
in
The by-law is to
be voted on on
Nov. 3rd.
Vote
Against
It!
city, a rip-ht should it acquire lepisln-
tivo authority or statutory power to
that  effort.,  to  construct, n   telephone,
system  of ils own.     Did  it occur to
the promoters    of   this venture that
this  would   lie   a     subsidiary  right?
Clause, fi purports to Rive tho city tin
option, after tan years, to take over
the  s.\stein,   but   it  expressly,   under
Clause 7,-limits the opernUon  to the '
city limits.    These two clauses read ,
together,    hvhii     that thn ■ Company '
mny  effectually  hold  the city  up,  so
far as lonu- distance connections   are
concerned,  if,'indeed  it may not   altogether refuse to   allow connections
with  such  outside  services,    .The  result of this is, that  tlio city is Riven nn  option (o buy that which  the
company must, well know, no reasonable persons would want to purchase,
On  tho whole the. agreement practically fetters Ihe city for a twenty-live
year period,    To enter Into un iiKren-
ment of this kind  would, in my opinion,   be  suicidal   and   1   venture    tSin
opinion  that   no   precedent    enn    be
found formic!! n wholesale, alienation
of what will.  I  think, be tho city's
i the near future, nn
tion  of a  telephone
Hysteiu,       Does    the    City of Fertile
wnnt lo ci'ii'i'v the yoke, of this Coinpiiny   for twi'iity-llvn .years'?     If  not,
then   In  iny  opinion,     lliey can  only
escupe    therefrom    by voHnu iijrulnst
this company,     llyluw  i*:2,   which  Is
referred   lo   in   (he one  under discussion, if 1 mistake not, seems to have
been broiifjlit   in nt thn Instnnce    of
these promoters.    Tn  thus rrltlci/.lii'j-
thn niensnre, 1 ilo not wish to ho understood as  rellectlnn upon  llio   per-
soniil    int(i(,'i'ity    of    the promoters,
who, as fnr as thoy are known to nm
lira Ki'iitliiiiifii  or Kood  MundiiiK and
holiest   repute.     With  them,  however,
this matter is ".Imply one of InmliioHK.
To ni*KUo that   this city cannot   ever
obtnln   the  power  to  have  twin  ili„.
tnnce   einiiieetloii'.,   \h   In   ailMllifn     a
proportion that  is untenable,    Hapld j
strides ti,i\i< turn mndii In  bite yeiiiK
.ii  (lie u.i,,   oi .lixittium liliiiiii'ip.tfllli'n
>o control public utilities.
'All roirtpim.1,.4! ■•,»•■> (h.. a>r.-,,1n,vs of
the T,ej,'lKliit»re and musl iibliie . by
future as well  as    present   stnlnlory
I.I.Sh,        Hue",    llll.MlTII.   SllppllSIl-   tlljjt   the
limo is far distnnl, when the U'k'ih-
lntiiro will ((impel them who control
public utilities to administer tltom
for the liesl Interests of tlin lnnw-es
("onenrneil.     The   present   Council    Is
tieiir  the „, ,1 ,,f *f>- feiunv IIIV| ,.,lvl. ..,.
Iinportiiiit niattor «s this, miu-ln \ery
well lie I. ft !a the inciiii>li,M ,.,.,1,1.1.
T nm lint opposed In n ennt^nrl Mie*
entered into with the promoter- pro-
vidofl tliaf the intere.it.) nt the eity be
properly finfecrimnlo*!. Tn fart, my
o|.|-iii-.ji is. lli,.V nn fipjitnlile „<ir,i<-
mont miutil t'i tie miuU'. Ut*,-,„ ll...
pnrllon. It Ih only upon the ground
that the /iropieeil iiynvment I-. not a
jiro|n*r ono that I am ftrevtir.p t„ It
'The tninrhWi, whlrh this rnmimny
mi-kK, In one thtt ought *ai»llv tu in*
.At 2.H. m. the hnppy couple, left
on the flyer for Spokane and before
returning' wiil visit in Walla Wnlln,
Portland, Seattle, and othor coast
towns. On their return Mr. and Mrs.
Whelen will take, up house keepinR on
llowhiiid Ave., north;-
Trites
Of Loca! Interest.
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The  police  ntithoritifs  nre  looltinpl
for one Sidney  J,  Rishop,  who  was'
workinp   in   the   vicinity   of  Honincr
just previous to the Fernie (Ire.    Hn
had   written  to  his  mother  in   l,on-j
don, Knglainl, to sny he was eoinii.K '
to Fernie. hut since that time no word
has been heard of him.   HN mother
and brother arc enquiring, and   nny,-
one ltiinwinc of his whereabout.*  will
(.(infer a   favor  hy  advNin*,'  the  authorities nt this point.
From the Spokane Chronicle we
notice that a special diploma was
awnrded to the Hxshiiw Cement and
Conl Co. on their excellence of'cn-
nmnt, The city enpineer at Spokane, in tostin*.' fourteen different
prndes^'of th.. b...,t cement procurable
in America, had no recourse whatever
hut to decline thnt l.x.shaw ciiiein
was Un* pi'i'i of nil ceiiieiitH exhibited,
laud n (iiiiui. lab d to the City C<>ini-
(■i'l  (it  ,S|inl((ll|e tlie  use  of   I'.XxllllW  (•'•-
itii'iit for ii-.- in nil iheir building
operation- al prc-eiit undei1 construe-
tion at tlinl place.
.Mi.-. MatlNon and child were tuken
to Cianbrodli hospital on Tuesday.
'They  ■Ai-rn typhoid  pntieiiN,
Mi-, Smith, of West l-Vi'iii", was
tak'ii t>. t'liiiihn.iik hospital on 'lites-
day,
An ilii.-ueee.-'iifiil atteliipl to (ouch
th.' N'i|"ii". by un mi.- "f a !udd-r mi
th''1 'until M'd'1. The wmilil'li.' lunp-
liir wa-- (piiekly iialihed by Sniiimy
WnH. i -4. and tin lied iiver lo the pro-
p" ■   :ii|tliont|m,
.1.   I'eck   MeSwiiiiic,  aiiioiipMt   others,
wn- lul'l lip In-f week in the city, but
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;■ !  'Imiac the 'l:>y
j    Si.I  Ainiiiiipe,  who h.'i,-  been  d,.;.
' plu.topi'iiphie  work  in    the  citv    \< .
1-oui.' time,  i-  now  [irepared  to  tn.
I all unlet I fm any and all wotk in In-
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1  ■■•  —»r
j lir-t-cln-.-.  work,  and  you  will  imike
' im ini'-take iu cnllinp on him,   Heml
I his "ml" on .mother page
I    Mi.--.rs   MniiiiiKiiid  and    Mclntivh.
; lining limine*". n,-> .lectriehiiir. in the
city, have dixpo-.'d of their ontllt tn
M..-44,t.. Crown an.I Khier, who nn*
now in (luiri'i*. ami may }i- found
Ju-t opposite the J. II. Held Furniture Co. While ri'trelting the former
pi-titi' iiii-ii'«    departure    im   l-iutim-v'.
III. II    froiii   .illll.lip-t   Hi*.    We    Wi-It-i.ilir
,,i, il,.- «.th.r hand th** no'*' tirn, -■■(
Hrr.wn riri-l Khier, nnd he-p,;il,- l,.r
'tin III a lit.i*l'ul p.ltloliage in tleii
(line. Mi. Urown N n pimvei in I-"«-i-
jni", Ati'i iieeiU nr, introduction.
| A. tt lll.'.i.vloll is bnck to th.'.-ity!
'iii.'l is r.ipidly r*-Rftlnlni? in hcilih.    *
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rs.
Todd
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Is ctiinloi'tiibly lociili'tl nt lite cnmiT of Prior
niul \'icloriii Avi'iiiics. ami carries a conijilctc
stuck of
Millinery, Furs, Coats, Skirts
LADIES' UNDERWEAR, BLOUSES
A Full Line of thc Celebrated P. C. CORSETS
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Store Fronts Put in      ::      Stairwork
Estimates Furnished
4-pannellcd Cedar Doors from $1.50 up
S. li.   (.'iirtoiul tif (iiuHh juht .trrm'ii— nil Hive*.
IMiATK AND 811KKT MIHUORS
Shop ami Ollii-o, Jtoker Ate, nexf I*. CnroBi.'lln.
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PAGE TWO
THE    DISTRICT    LEDGER,    FERNIE,    B.    C,     SATURDAY,    OCTOBER   24,    1908.
A Savings Account ss you 3*
best fnend.
CONVENIENCE—No formality in opening accounts, or in depositing or
withdrawing money.
W'
PRIVACY—Information as to
accounts is confined to
clerks, pledged to secrecy.
J. R. LAWRIE
AGENT, .FERNIE,
savings
trusted
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Coal Creek
Co::l Creek, Oct. 24.—Still they go.
The Borthwick imd Basil Bell left
Fend.: with the eastbound train last
Saturday, tli-ir destination being
Cumberland, England...
An important meatir.g under the
auapiees ol the local union of the IT.
?.I. W.-of A. was held in the. Club
Hall on Sunday,' October llth. In
connection with this a special train
waa billed to leave Fernis.- at one
(/cluck. This was not appreciably,
taken advantage of, and the attendance chiefly .consisted of diggers re-
'Siding at Coal Creek. Presid.nt Wm.
Kvans exphined that the meeting
had been called to consider and
come to a.definite decision, on thc
eh ck. weigh question. As they were
all ■aware, owinp to slackness ai the
mines, then; wjis not. work to keej) thc
three check wcighinen on full time.
The question to decide was whether
these three, who were duly elected by
ballda in June, should arrange to divide the present work or hnve' .'another ballot to elect two check wcighinen, It was eventually decided to
have a fresh ballot, the candidates to
bo Dave Pcton, J. Wilde, and ,\Vm.
Evans, who at, present hold the positions. This was carried out on Wednesday, October 13th, with the. following result: Dave Paton'191, John
Wilde 152, W. H. Evans 141. The
firpt two were declared to be duly appointed. The scrutineers., Messrs. R.
Adams'on, J. Cartmell, T. Johnston,
J. T. Puckcy and Jas. Lancaster carried out their duties'in a satisfactory
and businesslike manner; During
ths day speculation was pretty rife
as to the chances, and it must bo
admitted surprise .was expressed all
round when  it, was found  lhat.'w.
Well, rather!
Better,, than ever, too.
PHILIP CAROSELLA
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Canadian lank of Commerce
Arc now prepared to transact your Banking business if-*, temporary quarters in rear
o.f] their late office, pending the erection
ot new premises.
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Evans  was  out of it.   There  is
gentleman  who   enjoys*- a 'more    de
serving ' popularity  through  this  district  than he,  and   we  fill  hope    he
will  have  better luck  another time.
At the fortnightly meeting of the
local on Friday the president, Wm.
Evans, announced that ho had decided to pull out of the camp, and
ho therefore asked them to accept
his resignation. The meeting, with
many expressions of "regret, had •••no
alternative" but accept same,' and
asked their president to. remember
that wherever he went to' their good
■wishes would always be with him..
Ak strong committee has been got
together to organize a series of dances
to be held at the .Club Hall during
..•JlU_,,.;>-,4f4V_4414,v,4Un T 4_1. „ l.„J,	
rangvd to open the season with a
social dance on' Tuesdsay, October
27th. Now, you ladies of the light
fantastic, get the right side of your
best boy, nnd tell him he's got to
bring you or" you'll plant your affections elsewhere. The dance secretary has compiled ,a list of all aligi-
hle young men, sd'.ladies of the district at present out of an engagement
arc irequested to apply to him for aid
and advice, iiy the way, I. wonder
how many violinists and pianists we
have living in Conl Creek who have
had experience at. supplying music to
d'l'ic'.-s!-' There will be no- charge
mad., if they also will l,oiik up the
dunce  secretary.
It is common knowledge thnt quite
.!  large number of orders  for winter
elolliing, I'le.,. went from here to Ihe
inns   I.ust   over  pay'week  end.
do ynu iiiiapine the reason
we have a right of entrance here, seeing that we leave a few dollar bills
i.i the town on more occasions than
pay week end. Might we suggest to
llio tradesmen- of. I*\rnie that they
petition the powers that be to make
it compulsory for all entering the
town to_ produce a certificate of .proficiency in the art of swimming, and
that the town authoritis' purchase a
rocket life-saving apparatus. Further, if funds will permit, that they
hire a lifeboat for the winter months,
jnc! while they arc at it a lighthouse
or two placed at different .points in
the town would make the inhabitants
ever pray, etc'. The conundrum of
the week-is, If a person on a dark
night in-Fernie stumbled into a pit
and was thereby killed, where should
the authorities be hanged? -
Mr. Hall,'of thc Scrnnton Schoofof
Mines, invited the local pupils and
any intending pupils to a quiet smoker the other evening. Thero were
some interesting talks as well as some
of the company's stock being disposed of.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Corrigan have
the sympathy of their -friends and
neighbors through the dead of their
child.      •■    . ■ '     '•
Bill Davidson, who, under the banner of Socialism, is making a good
Tight to be our representative ,in the
Dominion House, was with us on
Wednesday evening, October 14th.
Unfortunately'; the night was wet and
stormy, and this undoubtedly was
the reason that the Club Hall was
not packed. However, the local
branch of the Socialists party has
every, reason to congratulate itself on
the entire success of thc meeting.
Mr. Win. , Evans was the, amiable
chairman. In opening the meeting
he asked all present tb give the candidate a fair and patient hearing.
The  customary  privileges   were    ex-
nsupanci
(In Rear of Old Stand,)
TABLE UNEXCELLED.
Bar supplied with the. Finest Brands
... of Wines, Liquors and Cigars ...
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MRS.  S.'JENNINGS,   Prop.,
(Formerly   of. Central   Hotel.)
Who said Fire ?
We did.   We are iiring away at
the old business.'
CREE & MOFFATT
FERNIE
C. W. Davey fi*? Co., Props.
Geo. C. Egg, A.I.C, William Haldane,
o '    EGG   &   HALDANE.
Architects and Valuators,
Fernie,  B.C.
Nelson,  B.C.
DR. WRIGLESWORTH, D. D. S^
DENTIST
Now   doing   business ■ at , the   Palace
Drug  Store
Fernie,
B. C.
Canadian Bank of Commerce %
Fernie Branch II. L ED1ND5, Onager
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O | of this is-1   The women say Ihey caii-
"■iini do their shnppi'if.'' in 1'Vnne nn
.leeniiiit oi tiie disgraceful >.tiitn of
Ilk' .-Iri-et.-, 'Cow, We of the ("reek
ir-1 ii *_;uiiij and p.-nccml r.,-1 of folk,
.■ind   weilu   no!   like   in. .Idling  with
(■{j, other people's (il'fairs; still,  we Ihink
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no j tended  to the two opposing parties,
and-Mr. A. H. MacDonald spoke on
behalf on  the    Conservative,    cause,
whilst Mr.  Fisher,  from  town,  acted
for the  Liberal    party.   When      thc
speaker of the evening arose to address the meeting he was given   an
ovation, sufficient  to  convince    him
that Coal  Creek  could  be  depended
on to do its utmost to send him   to
Ottawa.   His  appreciation  of his  reception ,was  evident,  and    he" commenced right away to talk "straight
talk."   He  said   he   frankly   acknowledged the -fairness of the gentlemen
who had spoken previously on behalf
of the Conservative and Liberal par-
tie's,  but- he  could not help--*-wondering as she had often done before, why
-i t-was-t lralrtl ies'frT;A\=n~gjW"tnyarti"es_at'
election   'times'   especially,  were    so
eager to outdo each other," and all for
the  benefit of  the  laboring classes.
He would put the same query to the
intelligence of every man in front of
him, and leave each one to answer
it to himself.   He was sure that   if
evory voter would start right at thnt
point ho,was bound by a process'of
logical^rensoning lo come to the conclusion that hn is leaving the management of his own affairs and    interests too much to others, and further, that the timo is come for hint
to be up a-id'dojng for himself,   This
was the chain of thought which led
up do  him   becoming  a  disciple    of
.Socialism,   lie would tell them right
no v.* that the conditions and circuni-
siaiice,- nt' exisleiice were not mater-
! hilly alt, red since  he  had   made np
! his mihd on (hat point, nud he, would
■ remind them in piihiin.' that both the
. rpr.s.'rvntivii nnd I,ibi;nil parlies were
■-till carry iii;: nn the same old ■.'nine,
nml wer" ns tiimous as ever to drop
nit mi  tln-ir  tails,
workiiigiuiiii  could
thnt   his   interests
•.-.Is   el'   repivsi'.ilii-
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Call and let us
show you our list
of cheap residential lots.  We have
'    FERNIE
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
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We may be a little up-set
but just smile.
Hotel Fernie
Fernie's leading commercial
house. :: A little bent but
still in the ring.
All kinds of help secured.   Satisfac.
.     tion guaranteed.
TERMS    REASONABLE
W.  G.   Bruce,   Prop.
The   man  who  gets  you a" job.
Opposite Postoffice, Fernie
F. C. Lawe Alex. I. Fisher
LAWE   &.   FISHER
ATTORNEYS
Fernie,    B. C.
H.  W.   HERCHMER
BARRISTER/SOLICITOR
Fernie,    B. C.
in every part of the
City.
W.   A.   CONNELL
Pioneer   Builder   and   Contractor
Fernie
ESTIMATES FURNISHED
of
S. F.Wallace, Prop,
We will tlo the best we can for you
JOHN PODBIELANSIK
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ihl-Uiinki'ig
ili.-.L'iii-'o ihe fuel
aie,   ii..t   the   inter
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Get  better   cooking  results from   less fuel
"TllIR i-i'tif'e was built lo pet more nnd slendier
*     heat :.ui of the fuel von burn.
K.\.Mors
for tii
Raphael Tuck's Private Greeting
Christmas Cards
l)nlivory can bi» Imd in twenty days,
N. E. SUDDABY
.\(,'ciit For Ivodal'B, Waloriii.'iii'H Fount/I in Pons,
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-- i    il    -.1! that   tl-." hiehe-l pri.-O'l
will do and do it easily,
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pit tent Welled steel,
hns "u reversible grata-
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i If. built of dead flnt
] :eibist(H lined     U
I -the lalc-i and !ii''i]e.-.t improvement,
j With tins urate no conl run drop throii'jh
i until it is t'horouf'lily burned—tin- inicr-
I'li'kniK teeth cm I'lT'iho dead asdiiw from
ihe bottom of the tire wluui the };rute i>i
(ijuMMled, givini; a ipuelc, hot fire
Note the hi),, deep nven, with balanced
dour that drop.i down and forms a firm
shelf for hnitini;, etc
The   detachable    copper   reservoir   will
keep   you  tupplied  with  plenty of  hot
ti* I w«t
er
Tho  (iuniuy-Oxford  Cluinc-cllnr
will cut down living expenses  by
kiiiigij
tiiiving
] t'  bakes
s e'l'iily rati.
rntioii
^VTif»0 •-J|iYir\lir.r
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Je ■ fuel,   food    nml    labor
<v I perfo-.tly,  rnnnt-i to n  t urn-- i
•J" I trolled  nnd jierfcct in opera
liGURNET
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You save 25 per cent, by buying your Clothing from us, as we have very
large stock of Men's Famiihrogs, Mackmaw Coals, clc. Sbccp-lincd
Skin $5; Tweed Cap, fur lined band, 75c; Buckskin lined Mills and
Gloves, $1.25; Woollen Sorks 25c, Handson Socks, 5 lbs. to a dozen,
50c; German Sox, 50c; Suits, (weed or serge, $7.25; Large flannel
ud Iwed, $1.25. Boots, Shoes, Robbers, etc, all at reasonable prices.
Give os i call.
Kefoury Bros.
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Thin i*. the range you Kliould hnve
in your kitchen—thu run-,;*.' you
should write u-a about to-day
iifikint* for full information,
We would like to bIiow you (lie
utn-^f and explain iih uu-nU to
you Will you cull nt our show-
rooiim?
OXFORD
Golden Nugget
No lanRt* was ever Hold nt no low a price
that was so solidly built of dead Hat, patent levelled steel,'lined with nNbi't-.tos and
conlnininc r.o many of the Intest improve.
ments in raii|»e vnnHtriictiuii.
The new (".iirney.Oxfnrd reversible fjrnte
Ken the be^t out nf nnv emil and pives n
quickly responding lire.
Th*> ovrn ffivi* • *.n uliiolulely even (("inp-
crature .nul i:, umim kirye
I<et us tell you more rtbout it.
The Gurney Standard
Metal Co., Limited r^-TnT
tives, in either of those parties. A
workingman, even in this great country of ours ns in all' othor countries
where so-culled civiliwition has entered, is no more tlmn u mere saleable, eonnnodily. Ftp is subject to the
law of supply und ilnmund, nnd the
lnw of supply nnd demand„is subject to the whims nml caprices of thy
nien who nre so engr-r In niiinage the
nffnirs nf this I'siileiiblo commodity"
in huiiimi form, l.uhor nnd capitul-
ists hnd always been in conflict. They
hnd nothinp in eominon, T.et, encb.
one look nround him nt the present,
nnd observe with wlinl iletcrniiiinlion
tin: men, who held in Iheir hnnd the
workiiifrinnirs very exisleiu'e, were
endenvorint! to j.*cl Iheir places in
■-lie Diniiiniiiii lion.-.!', fie aske.l
tin-in In wako up nml send one nf
their own class to Ollnwn. A'ut uniil
'.lieu need Ihey e.\|*i*c| the passinf.'
uf (hose in.'iisnies which every hon-
.■il worker so inueli ik'nircd. The
eandidnles of both the other parties
hnve used the 1 >.-1jt of the iuiiui(.'i'ii-
tioll ('lleMioii pi'elty ■ freely ]'i|>llt
through Ihe riding.' He would, say
right  now  t|un   this wns, n  (piestiou
Which   llll'ee|i'..l   eveiy  U'llil"   mill),   Wn-
mini nnd eliiM in llrili'di ('ohiiiihiii1
at Ihe pre-ieiit iiioiiii'iit, It was a
deep and ilil'lleult .■niliji'i:!, (.specially
so fnr as onr f.'llnw.lliliUh siibjeets,
Ihe Hindus, aie enneenii'd. but. let
them remember ihnl hnlh' the Conservative and LiluTii] Ooveriimeiils
have had iippnrtiinilles for settling
this (piestlon, mid Ihey bad shirked
it. Why? lleenuse nu ivprcfieiiliilivus
of Ihe capitalist elns,s thi-y wanted,
and In miiiiu ciisi'h ucliinlly enennr-
aged, Orleiitiil. liihor Inlo thiH country In order thnt. they could reduce
the wagi.-H of the wliltii workors, Ho
would tell thi'iu Ktriilidit that home
Ilritish c-npitiilinlH liml gone ho fur
hn to build fnetiiilen In Ihe Oriental
countrieH where bilmr nnd tlm cfmili-
tions of UviiiK an- such Hint no wliito
man would tolerate, nml are nelnnllv
Mending the ninnufuutiir<jcl articloH on
to our iiu-.rki.-ih iu i'oiii|iotu with our
own productions, ft wiih up to every
worker to know what tlil-i meant, nml
wluit to do to put u slop to it. There
were many mutters which' he. would
like to touch oil, bid Utrif. would pot
permit, In cnneliwion he would ask
them to vote Htrniglit Inhor, and ko
ensure their wiilfnro beiiif looked
after hy one of their own ohifi, From
the beginning Hill Dnvldson made u
good inipunsiori, nml lliere is every
confidence up here tlml hin miccess
in cL-rinin. Wc hnpn to htive nnothei
opportunity of ne. Ing and hearing
him before )ti.]ihif il11*.
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M. A.   KERR & CO.
Builders  and Contractors
Estimates   Furnished
RED   HOT   BREAD  AND  BUNS
at
ten
J. D. Quail, S.l*l»« A„.„.. F,r»l.
MR. EWING'S
Pioneer Baker of
Fernio
KING  EDWARD
HOTEL
We
still 1
in vp pome hot.
stuff.
Wai
inp   for
Tee.
J.
Gntcs,
Propriotor
F
ornie
J.
BARBiR, D.
D. S.
Undsrtaksr
FerniiVs pioneer Funeral Director
and Undertaker
Pictures Framed
Dentist
Fernie,   B,  C,
Stoves !
We have tho OHUAPEST  niul
BUST .lino of  itniiprps. lviichon
Stoves nnd Heaters.
W.R.Ross,   K.C J.S.T Alox.-indor
ROSS &. ALEXANDER
Bnrrlstors and Solicitors
Fornio,  B C. Canndn
FORT STEELE BREWING CO,
Fernie, B. 0.
LAQKR    ALE    POUTER
AERATED    WATERS
STORE
New ami Soooml-h.ii.d Goods,
W. Stan. Terry
Painter and Decorator
Give us a chance on your work,
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PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US
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* 8EEDS, TREES AND BULBS *
* For Fall Planting *
* CrttfiloguQ free, Lnritcot Nun-   *
* erica on thc Pacific Slopn      *
* M. J. Henry, Vancouver B.C,   *
* 3010 WcBtininster Rond        *
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V.itt- .iyiiin.ii iiu  Iiy-limi   ih.it ui.lj
nHnw tin'  .iiit-/if."i..i   ;||..   .-li/.no"    •,'
mnkinff money out of th.' telephone
uy-ilem.
WANTED
i   Wniilofl—*lCxperirnrod •cirl for flfrnrr-
! nl houio work.   Apply Mm, Eckstein.
Vote agaimt tlie by-law th.it -will
t,.hiw tho outRidertJ   the chnncc   of
Turn down tin. gullvra. und uv.-n makinr monf-y ont of llit» telephone
your own U-lfphono njrilom. j xyntKni.
nrnnT nrrtTiiiniiir
ULIUI  IILaiHUIIHnl,
Maeleod, Alta.
J. E. ROGERS, Prop.
Drop in and boo mo,
—m—mmmm ■iiiihimww—wwhii ■■ ■iimi-i in uhwiibmii k-iumm^
L.  P.  ECK8TEIN
,, BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
FernU,   B. C.
SHERWOOD HERCHMER
BARRISTER, 80LICITOR
Fernie,   B. C.
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THE    DISTRICT   LEDGER,    FERNIE,   B. C,   SATURDAY,    OCTOBER    24,    1903.
t'AGE  THREE
FERNIE   CARTAGE  CO.
*-TEAM WORK AND DRAYING
■' Dealers In
"Wagons, Sleighs and Dump Carts,
Spring Rigs aria* Harness
0. N.  Ross,  Manager.
ROSS BROS., Props,
Doing business in the
same old place.
P. KENNEDY
LUMBER   DEALER,
-    a
..-All    kinds   of    rougli    and    dressed
lumber
Victoria Avenue,
North Fernie
TENDERS FOR  DREDGING.     '
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned and endorsed "Ten-
dfrs for Dredging Coal Harbor," will
b> received until Friday, 30th October,
1903, .at 4.30 p.am., for dredging required at Coal Harbour, Vancouver,
Province of British Columbia:
Tenders will not be considered unless made on the form supplied, and
signed with the actual signatures of
tenderers. •
Specification and form of tender can
be obtained on application to G. A.
Kcefer, Esq., resident engineer, New
Westminster, and at the D.partment
of Public Works, Ottawa. Tenders
must include the1'towing of the plant
to,-and from the works. Only dredges
can be employed which are register,
ed in Canada at tlu time of the filing
of tenders. Contractors .must bo
ready to., begin work within twenty
days after the date they have, been
notified of the acceptance, of th.'ir
tender.
An accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the
Honourable the Minister of Publio
Works, for one thousand dollars ($],-
000,00), must be deposited as' securi
ty.   The cheque will ba returned   in
case of non-acceptance of tender.
Thi. Department does not bind it-
soil to accept the lowest or any tender.       ...
By order,
NAP. TESSIER,
'   A Secretary.
Department  of  Public  Works,
Ottawa, October 7, 1903.
Newspapers will not be paid•• for this
advertisement if th.-y insert it without authority from the Department.
•'■E.A.Kumtncr
L.O.Kummer
KUMMER  BROS.
Builders  and   Contractors
Estimates   Furnished
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Are you    contemplating   a  trip  to
THE OIUKNT.
HONOLULU
AUSTRALIA'.        «
XNW ZEALAND
Are you    (■oiiteinpln.tin/j:   a  trip  to
CALIFORNIA
Or Any Pacific Coast Point
Or is it a trip to
•FIBRE PLASTER KEM IN STOCK
CLUB   CIGAR   STORE
Fernie
'The only spot in town for. choice pipes
and tobacco. *■,
*H. A. INGRAM<
Fernie
WINNIPEG
ST.  PAUL
CHICAGO -
.'      BOSTON
DETROIT
TORONTO
irONTREjVL
NEW -YORK
Or1 Any European  Point Thought Of.
■This line is equipped with unexcelled first class coaches, tourist, and
standard "sleepers, and dining cars,
coupled with safety, spued and corn-
Em1 folders and complete information apply ..to I?. Heading, Agent,
Fernie.
.1.  E.  Proctor, '/'.
District  Passenger Agent,
Calgary, Alta.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that application will be made to the Parliament
of Canada'at the next session thereof
for an. Act to incorporate a Company
under the name of "Thi Canadian
Western Railway Company," .with
power' to construct, equip, maintain,
and .operate a line or lines of railway of standard or other gauge by
means of steam, electricity, or any
other kind of locomotive power;
(1) From u point on the international boundary line, in the Province
of Alberta, between the east side • of
range twenty-three (23), and the w.'st
side of range twenty-eight (23), west
of the fourth "principal meridian, to
a point on thc Crow's Neat Pass line
of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company betwe 'ii Cowley and Pincher
Creek; Uiencc. noi^th-westerly following the valley of the north fork of
the Old Man river to.a point in the
Livingstone range of mountains at or
hear section thirty-thr-'e (33), in
township ten (10)', range three (3),
west of the fifth principal meridian;
thence through the pass in the Livingstone Mountains to the last-named point, and northerly up the vall.'y
of tho Livingstone River to a point'
on High River, at or near township
seventeun (17), in ranges four (-1) and
five (5), west, of the fifth principal
meridian; thencj north-easterly" by
the most practicable route to the
City of Calgary;       j
(2) From a. point on the • middle
branch at or near its .-junction with
the Livingstone. River'; thence to "a
point in the Rocky .Mountains west
ofuGould's Dome; thenct through a
pass in the Rocky Mountains, to the
valley of the Elk River by the most
practicable route; thence southerly
down the valley of.the Elk River to
a.junction with the Canadian Pacific
Railway and th: Great Northern
Railway,' in the Elk River Valley at
or near thc village, of Michel.'
And to construct/' equip,- maintain,
and operate branch lines, and with
such powers, rights and privileges as
es, and full particulars, in writing,
of thai* claims, and statements of
their accounts, and the nature of the
securities, if any, held by them.
.And take notice that, after the lst
day pf December, 1903, the said administrator will proceed to distribute
the assets-of the said deceased among
the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which
he shall' then have had notice, and
that the said administrator will not
be liable for the said assets, or any
part thereof, to any prrson of whose
claim he shall notvthen have received notice. • ■ .,. ,
Dated   at   Fernie,   B.C.,   this     9th
day of October, A.D. 1008.
L. P. ECKSTEIN,
Solicitor for thc said Administrator,
DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE, is hereby given that tho
partnership heretofore existing between Samuel Erwin and .John Walton, doing business ns-plasterers, etc.,
under, the firm' name of Erwin & Walton, has this day. been dissolved by
mutual consent, Samuel Erwin retiring.
And further take    notice   that   all
outstanding accounts against tho firm
of Erwin & Walton are to bo puid by
John Walton and  all bills outstanding and  due - tho    linn  of Erwin &
Walton are payable to John Walton.
Signed
Samuel Erwin,
John. Walton.
Dated at Fernie, B. C,
Oct. 10, 1908. ■' it.
POLLOCK WINE CO.
'   NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE THAT T hereby intend to apply .to tho Board of Licensing commissioners in and for thc
City of Fernie for the transfer of tho
Liquor License held by mo in respect
to tho Waldorf Hotel situate upon
Lots Numbers Fourteen (1..1) and Fifteen (l."5), Block"'!;),. City of Fornio,
JI up 7**1, from myself to Surnh Jennings.
•4, '     MAKY MOORE  ,
DATED 8th  September,   1.908.
LOTS   FOR   SALF.
In West Femic
Wholesale Liquor Dealers
A  full  stock  in  n  few  days.
0 Lois 'iii ft, x .132 ft. in good locn.
lion.    Sufi! (listiuica from saw mills,
j busy lernid,
i   Further particulars by applying to
I L, T, Smith, Fornio, or .,
i Shot*wood. Herchmer
I Fcmlc, B. Ci.
FERNIE
LUMBER
CO.
A. McDougall, Mar.
Two of above lots have bc'ti sold
since (in1,
irre^irfculental or necessirTy^lidfetoT
and to construct, equip, maintain and
operate, telegraph and telephone lines
in connection with the said railway
and its branches,'*- and to transmit
inessiiges—for-- eonTnierciaf purposes
and to charge tolls therefor, and to
generate electricity for the supply of
light, heat and power, and to acquire
and develop water powers for that
purpose; and to lease, sell and distribute and otherwise dispose of the
same, nnd to levy and collect tolls
from all persons using and airfreight
passing over v-nid railway and
branches, and to connect with and
make traffic or other arrangements
with railway'or other companies, in.
eluding nny line of railway in the
Stale of .Montana, one. of the United
States of America, nnd to purchase,
Inko over, lease, or otherwise ac.
quire thc property, right I'nnd franchise nf nny other companies, nnd to
leiisii or sell lo' any other company
the property, rigid-, nnd franchise of
thc coinpiiny.
Thai, such railway mny be declared
lo be for the general advantagi? of
Canada.        ,
HOUGH, CAM I * UK LI, & FK1-KJIJSON,
of the City of Winnipeg, in Munitob'i,
Solicitors   fin*   Applionnls.
, Dated ut Winnipeg this iM.ii rlny of
October, A.D, JOOH.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN„THE MATTER of the'Estate of
Melissa Leonard, late of the City
of Fernie,., deceased.
■NOTICE is hereby given that all
persons having any claim or demands against thc late Melissa Leonard, who died on ,or about the First
day of August, 1908, at Fernie in the
Province of British Columbia, are required to. send by. post prepaid; or
to deliver to. the undersigned solici:
tor for the executor and trustee under the Will of thc said ''Melissa
Leonard, their names and addresses
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 tlie
First- day of November, 1903, the
said executor and trustee will pre-,
ceed to distribute the' assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled
thereto ■■n.v.n-r vcf-;,rrl only__to_the.
claims of which ho 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 ho shall not
then have, received notice.
DATED at Fernio the 14th day of
September, A.  D.  1903.
L, P. Eckstein,
Solicitor for  the  snid  Executor  and
Trustee,
Fernie, B. C.
The home-warming which introduces your friends to your new
home will be one of genuine congratulation if you have installed
one of the Oxford systems of
heating.
GURNEY - OXFORD
Hot Water and Steam
Boilers
in connection with Oxford Radiators cover every phase of build- '
ing heating—and they cover them
better than any other make on
the markets These boilers have
been brought to such a high state
of perfection that they utilize all
the heat generated, and dispense
healthful warmth,evenly, to every.
part ofthe building.
These boilers can be fitted to
burn any kind of coal, coke or
wood. ' They arc easily operated
and very simply regulated.    ,,
We would like to give you full
' particulars,.of bur heating systems. Won't you write for booklets ? Better still, send us particu-
Jars of the' building you wish to
heat and we'll give you particulars
of the best system to fill the
requirement.
The Gurney Standard-
Metal Co., Limited
CALGARY EDMONTON
A. T. HAMILTON
Soiling Agent, Ferni*
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HARDWARE
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION for the issue of a duplicate
of the Certificate of Title'to Lot 7,
Blo.ik 24, Town of Fernio, (Map 7IM).
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN that
it is my intention to issue at the expiration of ono month after the first
publication hereof a duplicate of the
Cerlilicali; of Title to the above'mentioned Lot in the niune of Alexander
MeLnehlnn which Certificnte is dated
the l.'tth of July 1000 nnd numbered
D-3G2 A,
H. I*1. MACLKOD,
11       District Registrnr.
Lnud Registry Olllce,
Nelson, 11, C .■	
'   September Drd, .1908.
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TRANSFER CO.
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8rivo us your ordoni
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QHOCKIIIES, DRY GOODS, BOOTS
AND SHOES
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NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS,
In tlii' nuitti'V of 111.* (■"Ilii.' of Sli've
Nueh(ii7,iiff,  Ind1  of   I'Vi'iiic,   B.C., dc-
(Vll.-i'll,
Notice,i.j hi'i'i'by frlvi'i) thai all per.
-nu*-. hii\iii(*, any el.iiiiin or demands
.■iCiiiil.il (In1 lute Steve Niii'hniv.iil.. who
died on or about Ihe Kith dny of
June, liliw, at Coal ('reel., li.C, in
tin* Province of British Columbia,
nre mpiirod to send by post, prepaid,
or In deliver lo the un*li.ri%ni'(l, ho-
lieilor herein for Simon lUiftncy, the
administrator, their hiuiiim nnd nd.
dresses, nnd full piirtir.iiliirs, iu writ,
inc, of their cliiiniH, nnd .stiiteiuentH
of their iici'iinnls, nnd tho 'imluro of
the peeuriliei-, if nny, held by theni,
And tulie nntiee thnt, after thn lnl
dny of Defifiiibi'i1,' UK'S, thu miid ud-
minirttriitnr will proceed to diHtribnln
tlm mssi'Im of Dm «nid (liwimed .nnoriR
thn person* cnliUnd thnrelo,   linvln*.'
r('j,'iml only lo tho elnima of which
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that Ihe f'.ud *idminHnit'*>T will nM
he liable for the hu id imsi'l-*, or ntty
part Ihrreof, to any jicrHon of wliose
fihiirn he Hhnll not then hnve received
nolicft.
I):.' 1 .' ' V .*'.•::• !! fl '!.' °'!* l.v
of October, A.D.  1MB, ,
I,. I). KCKHTEFN,
Solicitor for tho snid Adminirttrntor.
Ti*ni   down   tin:  ".'rafter.-,   und
ymir   oWI)   telephone   ny.-slelll,
Frkd "Waylett,    Proprietor
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your own leli-phune .lyilein,
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Fernie livery Dray and Transfer Co,
Ice For Sale
Keep Cool
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NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS
Jn thn matter of the cxtntd of John
CmiplU, lntc. of Howncr, B.C., (hicon*.
Ml.
Notico Ih hereby (dviu. thnt all per-
nons Jiovinj? sny clniirih or dccundH
nuninut tho Into John Cxupik, who
died on or about tho lnt day of Ail-
Bunt, 1003, ot Homiior, H.C., in tho
Province of Jlritish Columbia, nrn re-
qtilri'd to ncnd hy prmi, prr-pnld, or io
delivor to the uiulorHij-ncd, solicitor
hc-rcin for Michael Csupik, tho ad-
minUtrutor, their nnmc-ji and (.ddrt-iK-
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like slate and asphalt.
RUBKROID is absolutely fire-resisting nnd
waterproof,    It is the original smooth surfaced
roofing—and has been the standard for io >e.u*i.
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THE   DISTRICT    LEDGER,    FERNIE,   B.    C.,     SATURDAY,    OCTOBER    24,    I9081.
4
The District Ledger
$1 a Year in Advance.
Address all Communications to the
"Manager" District Ledger, Fernie,
B. C.
Rates for advertising on applica.
tion.
W.  S.  ST.4NLEY,   MANAGER. .
THE  TICKET.
Kootenay—W.  Davidson.
Vancouver—Kingsley.
Nanaimo—Hawthornthwaite.
Yale Cariboo—Chas. Bunting.
Calgary—F. H. Sherman.
Maeleod—John  Harrington.
Red  Deer—P. Oleson.
W. J.  BLUNDELL
The  CasH   Grocer
Full line of 6taple and Fancy Groceries in stock
PURE GOOD CREAMERY BUTTER one of oar specials
.   ■      . Agents for McEwing's Bread ■
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holes when the Socialist cuts arrive.
Davidson is a winner.
LABOR  IN ALBERTA POLITICS
Then*, is a merry fi^ht in progress
in Alhorta where, two of the champions of ihe working class, V. If.
Sherman and -John UnrriiiKlon, are
uiakiii}*; the capitalist politicians, in
the puis.! of ('(iiiservul'M! and LihiT-
stl, squirm siiniewliat not n( all to
their likimr.
Frank Henry Shcrniiin is raking the
""liibor-skinners" of Calvary fore and
sift and ih fust carniiifj; for himself a
. imine "unilcsii'iilile citi/.cn," whicli
tfives any lalior leader a clean hill of
health and stamps him genuine. '
Jn and around Calgary ".soap-box*'
meetings have lie-en the rule and the
attendance of working men show Ihey
are beginning u> think for themselves.
The question of high tariff and low
tariff meuns nothing to thousands of
iheir kind • who arc facing thc prospect of a hard winter after a broken
season of employment this summer,
and at this moment men with families aro just a step removed from
j)o\crty.
These men are not -concerned , with
ihe loud-sounding phrases such as
•'unlimited resources" and "Great
Prosperity?" It is unmeaning jargon
io- them and with ".stomach philosophy" arj- learning a new idea of politics which will eventually revolutionize society, place it upon a' high-
'-or plane—or destroy it root and
branch. Messrs. the Capitalists, "the
hand-writing is on the wall."
Tn  Maeleod,   John    Harrington    is
^t-mijU-mor    ,a_4:[ll.,nfll/-|_t:4 ,,,,,l_„^_\,,.v,., It*    ..(•_
the farmers and wage-earners, and it
is questlonable who will render him
the most support of the two.
Around Claresiiolm most of "the
farmers are Socialists and tho meetings held have "been largely attended
and enthusiastic'.o
It has been the writer's pleasure to
make   the    acquaintance
SHERMAN TO ROBLIN
Frank Sherman, the Socialist candidate for Calgary, got after lion,
it. T. Itoblin 01 Manitoba with a
sharp stick'last evening at llnskins'
hall. East Calgary. lie said amongst other things:
"If 1  had been   at    .Mr.  lloblin's
meeting the    other    night 1  should
have butted in.-   I' should have asked  him  why  he  turned  down     tho
workmen's compensation act in Man
itoba.     liohlin   wns  looking  for   a
cabinet  position   (at  Ottawa).   Why
had    he   not     remained    in    Manitoba and  looked after the .working
men  instead  of talking hot   air    in
Calgary?"
The local  Socialist leader lias a way
of  saying  things  that, bite  and    bite
hard.
', The Jjcn-iieux -\ct does not seem to
be much in favor with the men who
work. Still many workingmen will
continue to vote for the present government at Ottawa.
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The Calgary Daily News- says:—"A
gentleman named Sherman, of Socialist tendencies is attracting more attention in Calgary .these days than
both of the able editors combined',
und his discussions- show that his
knowledge of. political economy .is
more thorough and his way of presenting his subject more t.-rse than
anything that appears in our esteemed contemporaries.
ftsne
l-'rnnk   Sherman,   president   of    the
United  Mine Workers  District  Union,
is the Socialist, and T.abor candidate
in Cnlgary.     lie should be supported
by the wage-earners to a man.      He
has the distinction of being the only
homesteader candidate in Canada, and
he should  receive the support of the.
farmers.    Il is notorious that certain
.     ."labor men in Calgary, and somo eon-
point out to our Liberal mend Smith ; mH.UM, w„h tho ruIlroii(. orfianl7jMonf.
are. acting as decoys    for  the    other
parties in'this contest.  Labor's jjreat
est enemies  are  in   its  own  ranks.—
be. brought  to  light  in  a  more sub- j j,,
stantial   form   than' false  alarm   pro- j
KICKS ABOUT POSTOFFICE
We have been  asked  by  several
to!
Curtis where there is a chance for
him. to do some good to the public
of  Fernie.     His labor tendencies can!
gwz B&^k ©f Canada
WE   WILL   TAKE   CAHE
OF   you'R sun PL us
CASH   AJv"D   PATEHS
W.C.B.Manson, Mgr., Fernie
Don't go" elsewhere to be
cheated, come right here.
TOM      BECK
An Old Face in the
Right Place
A.   W. Bleasdell, Druggist
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miscs.
lt is in  connection'    with  the
ofiice here.
Jlefore  tne lire  several  people paid
I    Why should our oflleials publish the
1)ost: bylaw in the Nelson News'?    Just to
get, the bulge on the people.   .Boodle
is not going to be allowed here. Why
for nost office box privileges, and en-'   .,,,. ..... ,.,,, .       .... ,    ,   .
' .       i^as l'l]t: bylaw not published, in thi
joyed  them  for a short time.     When. T „,._.,..     \\-,„.l-;„„.„,,„       ,    ,.
• • j i-engci.     .".oikmgmen and others who
the fire swept away the post office it: own property      here,    vote      against
seems  to  have  also    devastated   the',,,;.. ....im,-,..,,      ,„ ,        ,.
■   •     ,,iu*is deliberate steal.       li    you have
conscience  oi   the   "powers  that  be   j..,„,   ..,.„„,.„       • ,       ,    ,
1 not already registered, do so at once,
for now upon demand  for box   priv-      t>„,,>.  ,., .„ v_
.     '        ,   , ,    , 1,(m l "•'■•te away   your    chance    to
.leges ior the. balance     o.  the term,! oUl0,.s     V()lc ngidnst outsiders own.
they are     informed    that they, must.,.,,,, th(J teleph0|l0 syslcm     1)on.t ,
"repay,'    as thc present boxes are iilVIlllr „„„„„;,  „,„„,        ,.. hLf.
new  style of box  installed  since the
fire.
your council  steal  your
others.
for
• There may, or there may not be a
real srood reason for this action.    As
(ipon making strict enquiries about
i the charge-that our Chief would not
the post  ofhee is a public place    we'„m„„,i   .„  ...     ,.'.■■
_jr&f4i>oiiU_ua_.tnt»—call toc_.aid_on the
want  a   public
this article.
explanation.     Hence
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION for the issue of a duplicate
of the Certificate ot Title to part ot
Lots 1, and 2, Block 6, of Lot 5455,
Group One, District of Kootenay
(Maps 735 and 735 A).    .   ■
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,that
it is my intention to issue at the expiration of one month after the first
publication hereof a duplicate of the
Certificate of Title to the above mentioned land in the name of Edward
Owen, which Certificate is dated the
30lh of September 1907 nnd numbered
7590 A.
,     H.   F.  MACLEOD,     -
District Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
Nelson, B. C.
September 3rd, 1908.''
R. ADDISON
Blairmore, Alta.
Funeral Director and
Undertaker
We positively sell nothing but candies and ic.;'cream:    , ,
the   Post Office
night'of the hold up, we understand and perhaps the best part of , thc
[that such a yarn wns maliciously | whole, thing is that-ihe whole trans-
■ mnde up and that the  Chief was out  action     was.  accomplished     without
nearly all night.
What   about   some   sidewalks?     Do
W'> are  far past the
and  should  get a'
the
| delivery,
of  farmers . . ,,
v.. | irom M
who drove into town from twenty to I   ...
,, : . ., , 'i village Mage hen:
thirty miles out to make themselves;,..,, ,    .
I-.....,... .,   .i   ■ i- .  4 ... i little  accommodation   irom   the  gov
lnown to their candidate and the us-; ,      „     ,,  , ,     ,, h
imi r...».,„t „ii,, „.,  .- 4,„.  ,<'',,'i'»*nt.    .Next'there should be more
nal leninrk niter greetings was:  "We', . ,       , ,,
..,.„   ,.,.■,.,     ...    u ,„.   ,. , i,than one wicket lor  Hie  parcel,  moti-
*ue   solid    lor   Socialism out  thnr.", , , ......
,vu       •-..,,■ . °v order,  and    registration bus ness.
'I he majority of farmers in  Southern   ,.„ ,     ■ ,
' Aii„„...     „        r   *        • ,    , I When  a  business man  has  to    spend
Alberta  are    of American  stock  nnd   , .    •      ,        , ,, ,
.,„,.„ i,      ,- i,-      <-     .,,4.       •      ,'hours trying to get near the w cket
have been lighting for "better times"!,        . . .       .......
..ii   ,,,,;.   ... ,, ■   .     ,, , to P't   a  registered letter it. is pretty
all   their  lives.     Originally,  when    in!.    . ■ '        •
the  St ii Ies," (hey    were,   "(.reenbnnk-'
While we are    on
question   we    would     like  to  suggest
some changes from the present  inadequate system.       First    of all there,,,.,,., i„-i„„... ..„,.,
• * new   b,\laws have to be made up foi
should  be more  than  one  wicket  lor  -t*K,m.,
One'from  A  to  L and one I •__..
o /.
Vote for Davidson and n elcan fori
of government.
LOCALS.
ers," then in turn "Populists," „
The fnte of the "Populists" or
"People's .Movement." jH well known
to students of Amei'icnii jmlltics; this
grent reform movement, was enticed
into the shambles of the Democratic
Party und slaughtered. The Populist movement was killed, but not the
men, anil the greater portion Joined
the Socialist movement which closely
resembled the Populist, movement; it
fstdod for what   "Populism"  demiiiid-
<*(l--n-i(l more, and what appealed   to
the inujority-fhe Socialist party w«8' iy'.'.^mv,,, .,,,..,. „„
nliHolutely     opposed     to     PO.MPHO-i
MIKT'J,
Vote ii»Hiiist the by-law Unit, will
.'illo'w the oiitsiders the chiince of
Third, and not at all the least I UIIll';i"" m0'>*'y «ut of the telephone
the wicket should be kept open later) S'Vl"'",1M'
in the evenings for the'' workingnieii j ■',,|VS,, iloni l"° miikei*—Lnivney's
and others who cannot get. off during i c,'lfl("'lllt,!S'   ilt   Suddnby'ti. «.•>
the day far to call for Iheir mail On Sunday last at First Baptist
Certainly'it would menu an increase' Church, Spokane, Itev. T, W, William
of salaries for the stuff, but il. would ] son of this city occupied the pulpit
be money well spent, and would great! ut the morning service,
ly add to Ihe public, convenience, for! 'Iml1 'lov'" l,"! RHiHits nnd own
which we were once given to under-1 •VlJ"1' own -''leplionc syMein,
stand  tlm post office was  instituted, |    .1,  (I.  T.  Alexander and   Win.   W'il-
-   \n\ui  nre  down  on   tho  prairie    this
We arc informed   that    our bylaws'week taking ,,; crack at prairie chick-
have all    been    passed again,    This j •-*'■*. ducks, and other game,
wns neci'soitilled as the lire complete-1    ''',mi   ''"w"   tlni   grnltors   nml   own
We hope thai, i •v°"1' "wn 1|,1"1>1i«»iiii sy.steni,
now they are    prepared    and passed [    H.  I-.   Kdinonds,   local  niiiimgor of
breaking anything "with the exception
of the third commandment.
Kodaks, films and supplies, at Sud-
daby's. ., 8.2
We buy our material in Fernie and
we sell our poods in Ff.ri.ie, so we
keep the money in Fernie.—Rochon's.
A, D. Bruce of the Cranbrook Prospector was in the'city on Monday.
Tom Chippendale, superintendent of
the Miners' Union Hall, made a dying trip to Winnipeg Inst week.
Mrs. .1. B. Crawford has arrived in
the city after several weeks' absence
in Nelson nnd Vancouver.
Work on the new Fernie hospital is
going ahead rapidly and It. Is hoped
to be opened by the-first of December,
Under all existing circumstances it,
is remarkable the healthy condition
our city mniiitiiiiis. Only a few mild
cases of lyi'hoid are reported.
Brace's Hall opened to the public
Inst Friday night with n dnneo by
Pal Miller and considering tin- unfavorable weather wns well attended,
something like thirty-five collides being present. Tho music was excel-
j lent and tripping the light fantastic
i wns indulged In till well on In tho
■ morning. 'Pal.en nil in nil n most
: enjoyable evening was spent. "Pat"
n   I is niTiingingcfoi' a weekly dance to he
  ,    „ ,   , ..     „ .,      , "IK| n,i"ln«'<'''; held  nnd ThurM'.iiys will he the day,
luimi and un horns of all sorts,    We  <H  the (Jrent   Northern holel was   in
deiii.UKl their extinction, and want to   town Monday.
see It iIiiiim iit once. I    'J''"' cniidiie nl the Nnpiuiei> is un.
    "xeelled.   The  hiinomn   him  the   I....M
When at" we to get the street lights1'"  t'1"  l"",i' *-'•
iigaln?       Hurry  them  along and   re-'    ^ '*"x "•' ^"i'Ihhi'h elioeiiliites ii nn
iviu- tin* pnlillr grntIttiiin, lawful nice gift for your HWivtlieiul.
*" " ' W.   IL  Mnnson,    niiiniiger    of   Hie
Vote for l)ii\ldson and you vote for] Honic,   wns   transacting  hiiHlness   al
ALBERTA BOARDING HOUSE
Hosmer, B. C.
Bourd and room $26.00 per month
Mrs. Desleaures, Prop.
ALL WHITE HELP
Qpeh for business in a few days
teM*-*mmt—eKeme—emwtme%9—eeeemma-em—ma^L—
I. beg lo -iMiounco to rny many
.customers that I0will be open '
for business at tlio old stand
in a fe-.v days.,' ,   ■      '    '
A.  C. LIPHARDT
Watchmaker and Jeweller, o
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A complete line of samples of
Fall Suitings and
Overcoatings
WORSTEDS
SERGES and
TWEEDS
Up-to-date Workmanship
Moderate Prices.
lominion Meat Co.
Dealers iri all kinds of
Fresh and Salt Meats
< j
Fish and Poultry in Season
Victoria Ave.
Fernie
thai  tliey  will   Im a el oil  upon,     nnd ; tho- Bank of (.'oininnrcn Is hack to tli.
'acted  u|ion  short and  decisively.   A11 cily from Winnipf-f-;,
present  onr fair city is full of hood-!    A. McC'ool of •Mlchol,
'I'alkiiiK of compromise remind11 nie
of two incidents In conncc.l.ion willi
Ilin present ••.inipni'jfii. Wo wern In
Ilia (Jileen's Hotel o|||ro In (Mures-
holm tnupplnij; nut n route for (!, M.
O'Brien to take, viHllliuj thn Hchool-
hniiKi'H away hack from Ihe railroad
lu the midst of oin< I'liiisiderntions an
InilMiluiil, who shall lie niuneloHS, a
liroiiilnciit Liheral healer, asked'for a
lew   mitiiites    coiiviTHallon    with   us.
";il;',,h. w,'':«»'«; th«-»' w,.h „,W|II ,,„„, whll will Iln        „,„,*. !Mi«*h«.i d,„.in« (h.. w^-
posisiiiiiity of our witliflt-nwfiil(   frniii: ,v
Ihe  riiiitest   lieciuiM'   >,|   linalire,
Willi:   "If   w>'   Wiinli'd   lie    <S;! ifj     ,|
v<ite
■i.\   vim. ciist   for either „f the other'    Tlm "I'Vrnie"  hold  opened up  for
and JKenileiiieu menus thnt  you nre sntls-1 huslness on Monday, adding una mure
.. tied  with  your pi.'M'iit. nrlnd.
^m!J,hMHTml,i,,^.,,,,|,;,,,,i,,.,,,  '"  l"" ""'  * l,,rnw *,n J",,,,,,W U''hM\    J,,M   r"°"» ~*W   ""^'   '" "
(Olllesi   h»  •w.UUI  ui..,.  |i   HII'I  I'd line:*., j j,',,,,.,  (lf   V|)| I. . ,iii
tions  would   lie   »,.,l.i'|   til' nil.  II  '
UlIK   Ihe   way   villi
did
Wake, popular place of i|iii'tichliin* til" tlilrsi
ve(|--'J,n()()   no
fiiioen,   iit  Ninlilnliy'i.
H.2
father  I'n
i
I    Tenders an* hciim called  for I'., tlm
■' I'.l'.ll.  lor n new stiitinii and fremiti
•V,|U  ,,k"  sheds at   this  point.       While not  on
th
Take up nny  parlv  pi.p.'i
and .\oii will    s.e    that  their nppon-   ,, ,    , .          ,
••Hi's hi.I.. .4. i,..i      i.1 .i      ..        ..    ','1" ,MH|'1" w'" '"'I'" "•''» ,'>" i',1l""-t  lN
em s sin., is Iuul,     ||  the old part es       . .        ,.    ,   ,,       .   .,       ,    .     ,
.„.,. ..ii, ,    ,     .   ,                       ,             ""' ","1* "'»•■ "'" Million   H   o   in a
Hie l.i.lh  had  what   nre yon (joliitf to   , .                                               ,   ,.
'I hi' pet i i'i miction Hi en.'hi. that
Ihe Soi-lilliM •uiiM'Hj' 11..11I1I cut into
the t'(.|is.rv 1 i.e >■.)((> nud In If- the
l.il'.'i.il
Hn  ic   hoi   i.i   I.,   in'iii,.. i  ,.(   pr.|ii
did'  in   Hi ■   I.i ... us   lh"  mini1  vhii.u
Jl.lppene.l    ii      !'. .|     li,.,.|.   vM,eri.   Peter'
nli'soit, 1, Hiici.iliii fnniiir. is put up. 1
lu i*m- in.-i ci-.' ii   w.is the i*i.(is."iii-
live who .-iT.-ie I t,< supply tin- money!
11 IMl   the   Mll'i'   il.iM-i I    Hi    l|.-W., ,
11    is   lieeillevi,,      I,,    wy     ||m\   these,
"klndni i.'-eh"     weii'    r.fu>.e<l   without '
tlmiiks himI in the rase ,,f .l.ihn liar- , ,
rlhKt.m  the ...r.ners and miners have1'"'  , ",'     "' ,,,HRh ^rnrtwH l„ town j    ,,lM   S,t..rdav
ami ii  js not sain tor voiintf Rirls or
do,' \M«y, vote the
*n...<,>.-    it 11      1
ITHl'l   unit  ..leelleif
\'iduon.
would
11 .   f'
Wn nre nti least fnlrlv well situated
in our new ('UiirterH nn the old site
and prepared In tnl.c all orders for
job work. N•»!withstanding the (act.
that the nmviiitf of the heavy print-
tiif-T iiiacliiiiery was 11 dillU'ult mid laborious  task,   wc  are  Safely  housed,
l.oclion'-. mi Siitiirdny will sell butler tnffy, tin* pureM nf conlVctinnery,
Im1 ijflc. A splendid eniidy far the
cliildieii, M. "dock ii|).
A iiiimlier of men are Init-ily at
ivnvl- »ii wlint foiincrly was the I'm-
viui-inl Cnijti luniM', t'niiViTtiiij,' Ihe
lin-iiiii'iit into 11 teiiipnriiiy jail, with
•\'M <■- I'.-*, v.liii-h ••.ill il.. >-ivit-.- till
-priui.'.    ,
I'Vi'd Wnyleit, proprietor of the
I'lilin coiifecliiiiniy store, i,» licitil-
ipiinli'i- fur Victoria Ci*ni>-J cliodilntcs.
N'l'Nt   SlllKliiy   1 jot li     tiioriiinp     IMIff
J. C. KENNY
FOR SALE
111.
Machinery-—
1 KNG1NK GOVKl.XOK Ior 3
Ntunin pipo.
1   nouiiu:  sriNDLK  shaimnci
MACHINE.
Laundry Machinery
I     WASHING     MACIIIXK,   Meyers
Bros.
1 IM'll.TON WIIMKL.
U\l\
.   >,.  »  ",.4  ■-    ...
'•'.le for  U.i
VOTE AGAINST THE BY-LAW.
KEEP THE TELEPHONE SYSTEM
responded handsomely,
In   Medicine   II.it,     It    V-   Pelt'piece
will  mil   run owintT tn    shurtauid   of
funds,  j'-uritifiintu funds,  I nii-.tn.   for,
ttii'   t'-l'.H.   '.I ri'..iii>i   iii.ii I.'.i.'.st*<,   •Aho.
Were  In siippnrl.   wiTe  uiialilc  tn djt('
Up itil.Vlinlii!  In h.'i|i.      Ihe l..'thl.rid(.|>
Socliillst- imilil not  ilnfinci1 flu" whole
ilivisioii <-.i ihey   rf.-i-'.v.t    t<. rc-K-rvo'
tlii-ir  lund  •nid  Mipi'i.rl   T*.   tl    SI..t-|
mnn,   Who.   !>'   not   > uiiessrul   in   f'al-i
ir.ir.v,   will  Pi-  ihe r.inilni.tti-  in    lhi*i
If km I In-fkit. >
Th^n." will Ih» thlnu* mlolnif nrnunrt!
T'nnili*  when  the   (1f?ht     here  Ic over
«n«l th-*> \f-litw.it tttUr tit* f.'-fiytng a,
iK-ftutiftil winn ther* Junt now,    but!
you  w>l! ♦ef.  tf.em *<'"iiii[-^r t»>    fh.-lr!
Inline  st.i'uctui'i.   for
l"W  party   ticket. 1 (1|li,|1(in   -,vr„i„  jM  (f,.w.rv|„ff  „f „„,„„.| «*V''lllli|; MTVices will  In' Ooiiiliicteil iu
thiiiu; hut tor, ami we trust. Unit whon, *'" ""i"^' « ikiiki.
iiii.iiiinn upeiaiioiiH conuni'iiie ti   vuu. - -	
he loiiud that n l.uilitlliu eiplnl to our,
,,  ,., '.(.in,.i.i!-. .,.,,< ;,. <or<forin>iti   ■n"b 1f.1t
I lit II   we  Ifi't   "-olne   street   lll/llts   Wd    • ,,.   . .    .
,  . K        u . iiiipi.riiiiicn will he creeled, .... .._
idvice th.- parents to enfor,.(>(    Tl„. N,ip„tii'e hotel U pn-jmred    tn' IN YOun HANDS.
       «'*        l'""* " I'.t-llrfl-   .111.1   l/llll I    "sfflU .-.'l •%.     1.A1        Vl'*Wt,Al'.,'lV,il1At.1(l      tS-I'l-lit.      MX\m<     '.iO
was   minors'   p.iv! NOT LET THE SHARKS SWINDLE
'dny iit  this point    nnd   consldcrnlili-j YOU OUT OF YOUR  RIGHTS.
.nor,- money was put Into rlrruh.tlon. j    VQTE  AGA|NST THf£  BY.LAW.
! r.irry  .-.nturday  is pay day now  al.
1 r.rnii' and we nn1 ffettln-.; used to it..;
'        -V..U-    '■,.lll,.|l    -.,,.-, A    U
a it.vniiKit niiAins.
I UAUW.K I'OLK.
1 llAKIIKU'S BHKI.I', funny, -ib"iit 7
feet long,
HOTBL  HAIt  FIXTURKP,  011k.
1 IKON SAFE.
li IIITJJAIII) TAHI.KS.
8 PIANOS,
8KVV1NO  MACIUNKS,
COAL MKATINl.  8TOVK8.
And  nil  kinds of  furniture nl   Imr-
cuius.
-WIMTK KOK YMICKH-
R.   ELLIOTT,   Kni-lo,   B,   C.
AS Hamilton
Tinsmith and Plumber
We can furnish you with estimates in
anything in our line.
j lii'v-. to he out ufter dark.
I
Get acquainted witli
Black Watch
the big black plug
chewing tobacco. A
tremendous favorite
everywhere, because of
its richness and pleasing
flavor.
'.'I*    Vi.l 4    h>.
MM
NOTICE.
j thin*,' ui it—that   is the report  tlmt !    Nol'l*-'!- »- lun-liy pivvn Hint I us-
.1.......:;   ,',    St .ill'»   4,t.le   vvrts  riaiU.il!'""'' '■' "i".'')' '' fl'' Hoiir*-' of Lii-'ti-
j l.isi    s„tiird,iv.      Mill Nay*   In'   ivas! ""r <'•'""'•i-i.uh-r* 111 ami tm tlw City
: there (r-t .(,l Fi'lllie, V.  th.   next Hfuhll  Mttill}.'«
[ Tin' rY.».t.yt.eriaii ronijrcir.itton held "' •■"* '•"•■ n-iiitr IhiHtd, fur a tr.H.!"
jfcrvhm ji, Ttruie Itnll liml Siluitny. ) •*'r 0' ,'"' '••'I"'"' l.if'li*** «"*"* ht*h\ by
' Tlir S"aji.uji... )if.lc5 BJV4-* lh,' j>.'»ij"ii.* iti i.-j.ii i.j iit,- Cifdriii HoVj,
■i.r nt. ah -it all tiiuci:. iti;"if.iiiif.'d  ni-,<\   r.»t  yuniFi-r  On    (f*
hvry l.idy m hVrnio ran laiy mn^tlllock Si* (i»>, t'uy of IVinir,  Map
die, at lln.-iii.ii'.. | 73-1, frmii tii>..-lf to ,A'Ait> A. Mills,
Wild, i* c<.ri"i-|.r:d.!.' ..f ^j oraturJ    UaUil thi-    ifith dny    ut (kt'dVr,
jrtM.l r. ontly «»« fjfvJiindinK ihe U-! A.I). IVH.
'•■"» ««*•• i   « JA3. SEVERN3.
*-*■ i**ar**£j-* s»*j»
VOLUNTEER   BOUNTY   ACT,
1908.
WARNING TO PURCHASERS.
I'.VF.HY iinni|j*iiiiicnt of Hie rip-lit of
lit    ii'ijin'*1!    .**■** *,kBi.'<**i     L| VnlU»'4 t-'s ,( 4    '<   tkiUw   Mt    'i' V
a land grain imiHt be hy wny of np-
pojntriictit of n Hiibntitiite, niul miiHt
be in tlio form provided by the Act,
Special attention in cnlli-d io Sub-
fioction .'I of y.'clion D ul tbe Volun.
fc>'r Mottrity Arf, IfYtfl, wlilrb pruvid. .1
that 110 iiKniRtmicnt of thr riplit of a
rrtltint'-^r by th.-- r»pp'.lnfi»i.--nt of n
iubstitulo ->}i'i,] bu uvvi'pUHl or H'cog.
niwd by th.* D.purtmint of tin*4 In.
*t>rior which in not -axi cutetl and
debd after the dubs ui the warrant
foi Hit !ar*i! nrftnt H'.Tjf'(J by ihe J.fin-
tet.tr of .IffHtfn ;m.l D.'fi'inM in f.iror
of the volunt<rtr.
.T. W. OUV.KNWAY,
CommiMionfr of Dominion
Landit, Ottaw*.
Mlh -tVpttmbir. 1«W. $-3
Blow the smoke away
You may be only Dreaming!
We're here to help end cheer you
So Come Along!
P, Rums ft En Heat Merchants
e»mmyLmem0e»emL*eme*eu^^
9S»
BEFORE THE WINTER
b tk t»e l» paint. Dm'I wait Mlil too Ule Wore irtitdiaf jw k«m
htm Ik iv tin nf sw* nl ke. Do it ww. On!/ dt-icesl vattritls -tti
OOVERT  A   BALDREY
PAINTERS    S    PAPERHANGtefiS
WtMMi
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