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FERNIE, BVCiT'WEDJ^JSl5AY>"FEBELUARY.'. 7,   1906
L1FEINFERNIE
Local; Happenings in and
About the Xity
Interesting Items
,      People   Ifou
About
Know
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W. W. Tuttle is back again from an
extended visit to j3|io'*;tne.    '*,, *   -
Dr. and "Mrs. Cornnii nnd little daughter returned this inoiiiiii"* from Cnlffiiry
Win. Eschwi-**-; left Mond*iy<nijjb.t'over
thc Great Northern upon an extended
husineas trip. '•       A ' -
Down iii Ontario they nro ploughing
and.over alOriinbrook the mill men aie
praying for i-how.
Mr. Leslie Stuobier has been called
* to Berlin, Out..", in coiiKeqiionco. of the
ksiIous illness cf bin father.    [
'    '-'»'■
Miss Huby won llio box of. oiangen
offered by bean & Morrison last week.
tilie held llio Im-Uy number 157.
Mr. Uarclny, manager of the Crow's
"NuM 'iraUiiijr Company, -left; Sunday
evening- on -ii- biisnte-ia Urip , io
Winnipeg.    ,  *'.'"
.' Frank* iSlicrmAn. president of the district mini'iH union loaves in a diiy or two
* /or a "look-iii" at ihu way tliey do ihiii'>-.i
■at Victoria.;.' -  • „."-..." -   ■"    - .
Wo are pleased to sco that Uei't.DI.-ick
back ia in l-'(irnie onco 111610 lio .is now
yard master' for tlio mino luaiu-h ofthe
il. F. & M.-H. 11.   '    J r    '   ';>.
■*. W.A. llluasdell arrived on thin morning's traii'i from the east. Mr. l'leiisdoll
-ban beon absent- over a-ycar 'jilteiuliti-j--
Aietiill college, Montreal. ,-*       >   7-.
Mr. James Kirkpatrick moveil from
tlio Geminel struct residence,- so. 1jii«-
occupied by tlio family, to (ho. ,"iJur-iy
residence on Pellait Avo. .       -,     ,
John StttplioiiaV'M.- A , an AW'.rdeen
man, lias been. (.'..gaged and is leaching
in the place bf Mr. Lolls, who recently
, resigned his'position in the L'o.-il'Ci-iiol-
school.     . *"     ■  '    -■ .-    , -
A. J. Mott went lool-inciic-r Orjiek to
attend'life aiiiiinil ■ meeting ".of lhc
j>tockli6l'Jers of tlio • l'ucky •Muuntaiii
IJevtilopiiiout Co , held al Unit- placo
yebtcirdny.        ■■*. ■    '
. Ih: and Mrs. Coi-san went lb- Cal-
garv latst week takiii'V thoir Mule ilaiigli1-
lei- with them to luive .1 surgical* opera-
tion perfumed to-relievo lior- of lliroal
''trouble.    -;A   ■'',.•
The Granby company h.'is fi(>.ci*.icd,'ii
bond on .tins i-i-lnbrated • i'allilinder
Hiine in tho* North" Fork district. Tho.
■price agreed iapon is SUO.Ouo to bo'paid
'■Hi iiistJilliiH-iils.of S15,UU0 each. a'
A^rrntiiLs:aiid-Labot--l^nuiiciLis_Lj_cinK.
formed iu„Fiiriuu.'"* Delegates from tho
JUlnors" ;VCigJtiniiiluji-,s,     Ciirponlcru,
- Thos. Pogue, of the Waldorf, accompanied the.hockey .team to Rofisland.*--
* The weathcr,forthe':last few.days
lias been a little colder, but continues
line and clear.. A ■. *.  "■'-   ' -
H. Ij. Blackstone, agent of the'Gi N ,
is still in llie hospital, but is - progressing rapidly to complete recovery,
J. il. Pollock, Dr. Higgins and D. Y.
Mott attended llie Board of "Trade Convention last week at Cranbrook; They,
nil report a good time. :1,-"-  -.
* Tho first consignment of books for
the C. C. L. A. A., library arrived last
week and more aro .011 the: way, A
complete set of' the Enclyccipedia
Bi-ilannieft was a part of the first shipment.    ■      „'"-■„.•
. A meeting of those interested in East
Kooleiiny oil and coal lands has just
been held here, when the tangled condition of affairs was fully discussed and
Charles Hay nnd James Temple were
appointed delegates to proceed lo Vic
liiria and see if soinc settlement could
not be got with the government. The
delegates left for the coast last evening.
—Nelson News. 7
Last week The Ledger .office was
stiuggling with a new press trying to
lind whore nil the seemingly useless
pieces of iron belonged. A placo for
everything and everything!!.' place was
flip result. This week we are threatened with tlio advent of. a Monolino
which.will probably'biing.lls share of
tioitbloand cause some of tho boys to
talk iu low toned monojyllableB when
the boss is near, hut then we will be
rcady to print the news.4 Jiring it along.
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Bien'ors' and Ty pngi'.ipliical Union nipi
' .on" Aloiulay. iiigiil  uud   ii-sulved    to
joj-gani'/t'/ ' 7 -
.. •* 4.J-VB, Lynch, of fit. -I'.-iul, secretary of
thli Elk Lumber Co., am veil,in lho city
■ ,.r Tliflsdiiyiind.. loaves tonigh-. foi'.-home.
Jle'ln coiiipiiiiyVvfih Mr. xi.'ii.'lliij'nlon,
ninnagj*)- of "iho compaiiy' havd beon
vialtin-5 cojjHt cilio.-!'.
The, l''orniu hockey team loft for
RosBhind yuAteiduy uioruing and we
• jjixpect to hear o'f ii»oi, or. victory
for the boys, Tliey will niiii a lino
J'lnk at fho .ieriiK'iImn cily.-iiixl "whole
poiiled pooplo to entertain il.em.
A Hwciui iiuv*'itig of the cily council
was' ni 11 id for 'Mmuliiy uiglil.
There were present llio Mav»r and all
the Aldei'iiiou,' oxcepi. Mr. Trites, No
biinlnes-'umih ti-ausacieil excepting the
r-ifewfu.'j'i of Die ili-ainago inattei- noar
the lioripitnl' In l|ie workt* cniniiiitiee
for coi)H|(Jci(jtliii|,
. Tlio Iittlo son iuul i|miii:IjIi!i- of Mr. A.
IKurkley. of the Lieinikii sniff,aio'siiffei-
ju'/; fiom a ulighl atliick ol tirailoi. favor
unit llio house Ims licon <|iiiii-,'iiiliiicil,
"..'i'llll boy iviwjiiiit iccovi'i'ing from ,1111
.- jBttiick of piie/'/||(iiiia ainl typhniil whon
lie took the seni'l'it (over, Mr Diickley
jlu'jitoppiiigiit the 1'ny.il liolel.
HdY, Vi. II' llaillell, M. A., has
fajiderwl his resignation iih iviini- of
jJlll'Istchuicli, Hiin cily. 'I'lio rohiguii-
- linn Imfl been forwnnli-il to Arcliiloncon
fieer nt KiiRln. Uov. Mr. lini-llett
jij-pwctfl to he ■ relleyi'd of his charge
»l>oi)|. KftHtov lido hu|. iloeii not, know
■'f»« yet tfl lylial* pliice lie will Ijo culled tn
/-ii'iMime hit. ivorK'-
lillli urn nut minniineiiipi a yniml eon-
cityl jn the )'.ii|;je:i' hull, Cnioiiinu, mi
(IIP PIkIiI* "f lhe )7ih IiikI., in nhl of the
F'hIiJII jlnspltnl nl that piaro, It is
l/slvm by the Cnli'iimu Gliui t.'lub uiiilt'i-
flwi iiiiHpicjiu nf llm liionl. iiniiiii ■ii;;;;!.
rtll'ii, L,\V, I'ollflflli, Hopi'iiim h-filiilfit .niul
AIIhh Ueadlii--, iicriiuipiuilHl, wlll go up
tvom Vtivnhx to in lin pan in whit prnnr
* Juch to bo 11 lino niitei'tiiliinioiit,
That Pliny little mini pie of luiiunnlly,
• II,- M, liniTiif,' of Viuu'iniviT, wim i!jii--
) Ittgui'Oilud HMnplcH iifllin llni'hl. of Mill;'i,
liBcnnun ho Ih IikuiiimII In wicullo wilh
.* noip .ii)**I'd or lini'lltt'Hto, Ih in tlio ell}
unlllnif upon lilu frltMinn wilh u s.MII.K
tlmt la hiiiIIIiijc nml it way llmt'ti lm-
uullllig, hh he lukiM ilnwu lliolr ouliu/i
foe |(i|J>nj|. Wlu'ii Hie day ('nines to
pay lio'll bn /ai', fm- uivny mul IiIh cum
luiiM'ru will wIhIi lm wim ilcnil.
Mr. II, Allliiui of llio Niiiiiilino'llm-*
•hi Htoppiid over in l-'einio Mninliiy
nli-lit and guvo Tim l,.'i>iirii ollice 11
li'liiiidly will mixed with 11 lillhi hind-
iii'nk. Mr. Aflliim In n voiy ploninnl
guiitlemtiii inking liluili'ln.-ii in Allin"
111 phlloHopliU-iily uml uniting nn (lin of
hlunii (.vol* thn nwilt. He w/ih ngi-ooa-
lily NiirpriHcd Inn nee mu-Ii Hue large
i-tnriui In l'Vi-nin nml llm NiiliHtniillnl na-
tine of llm liiilldluirH in which Kiieh Hue
j-.'iJi'trirti.J houmn].
Thn old lien nl Yl..l«r.'n In jih 1jii",v
it'll* wilder ah alio win Inut, 1171111): In
,'eovni'' her eggn.   If i»lm huti'I'iib tu
Ju'iiplng the nt-lionl owj well In lln
miildln of (he neat, (lio liiileu    eg-j
I'jJiepH out Irom iiiinoalli mo bi-11 u(i Dim
other aliln or (lie rnngli linnlmr 0^ ]*
oxpoHi'd to the   <nld   Iht-ts of the
uiddilli'Hiiiiiu opposllIon,   Tlm result U
llliftly to hn nui-llier lot of ndillcd;: eggs
tn Ini hnililleil wilh cine lu.il tlin-j l>ronlt
^iinl cronin niiellier Imd Hnmll.
,Mr. and Mr*. Todd left hy Imitnlalit'H
trnln lifiiiiul for Mimlie/il, New Voik
mul other onotern rillufi. Mm, Tridd
jfjiim in ipiest nf new iili'im nud ntvlcji in
inllliiiorv nud ImIIcji' ftiriii-ihliigi'i Mrs.
* Todd will hn brlnKinx back ttil'r-rnin be-
wllderini/ wili-lir-rlr* In lndicH' Im-iuI
gear and otlior fiiliie fnnclealn Indii'-.-
fiiniliililii'.M (Imt wlll have n (muioiicy
toproiiKito jiiwieii.v In llui |iocj\t!ib'<oki-
of tho lorAfi of f-ri'tttitio who nro hifky
.enough lo Imvo rurnie quocna of
./uhlon for w|vm.
Seiuitor Teiaplemtin Itosigns
S;:eeinl to theLpOGBlt
Victoria, II. C. Fob 0.—The Evening,
Times, of which Senator Tenipleman
the new .Minister of Inland ltevenue is
prcEident, announces this evening that
he.,will resign the Kenntorslilp.and contest. Victoria as a Commons candidate,
being siiceecded in the senate by Geo
liiley, Victoria's ijipiesentrtivo in tlie
House.     - . ■
Legislative   Fixnmiiintion
Sjll'l'iilllo lllll TlIK r.KDGKII.
/Victoria, II. C.'Feb. C—The legislative inquiry into the Kaien I.slanu deal
of lhe l'lovincial goyeiiiine'nt 'pppned
this inoruiiitr, with ilmexaniiiiatloii.of
L. 1! MncKay chief draughtsman of
lands dopt,, who whs qiieBtioned as to
oHii-hil'maps.reserves etc. The Premier
then urj-cd adjouriimeiit.unlil he could
eonveiiienllv attend, Itoss-of -Fernie
supplying additional reason that.the
government wishes to have tlieevidence
of li,. V. liodwell, Provincial represant-.
ntiveof,O..T. P., before the, examina-
tinu of.J. A.^Anderson was taken up.
This was* vigorously opposed by_■ Hie
liberal.wing of tho com mitteejiut ■' was
foii:od"lbi-ougli, an adjourninoiit  until
Thursday being ordered,
Hoard of Trade BtiiHiuet
TI10 banquet giv-en the board of trade
convention by the Cranbrook board lust
rimrsilay nfeht was oiie long,to be
reuu'iiihered by thoso. fortunate enough
to bo prn«oni, .Many happy speeches
were lifc'tened to. even lUr. Huchanan,
iifiiially a, very, quiel,' serioui, geiille'
mini, showed signs of an aciito sense
of humor. Secretary Mackenzie hint a
a full share nf good humor lo llm occasion ami Tom Procter I hough some what
out of order, as he expressed It, wna
still nblo to nrevent any indlcati'ius of
n feeling of snduess coming over the
spirit, ol the occasion,
Mine hosts Hogarth nnd Holllns flpar-
ed udthiiiR to mnko the affair plenmuit
and jinlnliiblo, even moving down a lot
of (lowers from their Nelson nelghbora
wilh which tn decorate the table, nnd
iningle with the boipiels of nloqconco
hurled across the room by the si Ivor
longued l.i-ynns and neechers nf lho
oci'iishIoii, ' Wo have only ono fault
to lind will) the nffair, It should have
cninmencnd enrliei' nnd IiihIoiI longer,
Hlioulil uho a Mitllet. .
11 i>; passing, strange how blind
sonic, editors seem lo be. \Ve clip
from the editorial page of nn exchange
lhe folio win/;:
"If I Iuul my life to live over iigriin,"
says Riissrl Sage, "I would make a
sillily ofchnrlly, nvpiil sni'lely and look
for bargains in-.,undershirts," The
well known course whiih prompls Mr.
S:i|,'ti lo ivgret lhe innllenlion which lie
hns given lo charily challenges Ihe
iniiiginnlion of Ihe public, as In lhc
style of undershirts he has been in tlie
hiihit nf Directing."
Whni dear old Russell wished lo express wns tho fnrl I lull ho don't wear
iiiHlersliirlN, He nilnilts (hnl he never
did iinjililiig In lhe cluirliy lino and by
infi'rt'iici' siivh he is iinacmialnleil wilh
tiiuli-i'shli'ls for il Is (-crliiin ihut if he
ever, lioii|-lit one he Inolceil for ImrgaliiH
before lelllng pn of his mall.
.   Masquerade Carnival..:.  "
The carnival at. Digoy-fa^rink last
night waa a decided success in every
way. There were lots bf masqueraders,
good band music,-' and ■■ a. very large
turnout of spectators. Many line costumes wero in evidence ami, the scene
presented to the 'on-lookers 'was.-truly
animating. The awarding committee
Messrs. Varty, Depew and Kummer
had some difficulty in,arriving at conclusion*! aa to prize winners out of so
many well represented .characters,
Miss McFarlane won the prize for the
best dressed lady,-dressed aa a college
girl. Mr. Kenny secured the prize, of
feral for the best dressed gentleman.
He was dressed in kilts. Miss Grace
Dudley dressed as'a bat carried away
the prize for the best represented .character among the girls. -Dressed up as
Uncle Sam, Mr. McDonald was award-
ed first prize . as best represented
gentleman character. Harry Wild-
man caused the ^committee no trouble
in arriving at the, conclusion that he
was the best dressed boy character on
the ice in the browniefiud characterization of Mr. John Hunter. The prize
for best dressed lady character was
easily won' by; the graceful* skater,
Mrs. BlacliBtone dressed as a Japanese
girl. The committee were up against
a hard proposition when they undertook to distinguish among all the comically dressed men as to who wns, entitled to the prize as the best comic
eharacteraud got out of it by awarding
the prize, to two gentlemen,' Messrs.
Newliouso and Hamilton. f
..- you'.'j'.I-irry VYildmau wan so like
Johnnie Hunter In li's'i-pike up (hat
some people thought Johnnie had of
lata - been confining himself to an
alum diet .resulting in a shrinkage of
himself to «7brownie.\, Space .will not
permit of our noting in- particular the
many well represented characters on
tlie icp h-tif •p'glit. Tlie ffrftcefnl move;
meats of a lot of ffuo 8[cJ>toi-a; gliding
around lho ri.uk keeping- time lo tlm
excellent liuisi'c of the band'was au
exhibition worth .seeing,* and if the
skaters did not 'enjoy tlie sport, they
were a lot of bA'pocrits for they looked
thp personilication of happy-go-lucky
fun.     j -      , .
Tlipymiisqupra'dgd, *
Thou pnrmtoil '
I'ii mid ilown the ice.
Then contested, '
Ami tlien rusteiJ, .        ■;
.- Oii, I toll vou It was nice.
-   Hays nm. girl.s * •
1'nsueil round in wliiili,
W'liile the liamlplayed Annie Bjoney.
-TlieoU rulksrliair<!il, ;
,,   Tl|e .vojjuif uii(;s|aii({hu4l        ■ ~.
Aiul tliu lovoi-a nil tf-'f snoo.iv,
J.itUe Wlldnmil ;
Whs iiiirizuinnii
Dressed iiiias Jo
Someyoutlifnl kid
Got oft his skid,  -.
,   And then liejook 11 atunter,
is lis Joliutiie ttiuiler,
Book/Trovers. Library.   -•
A movement to secure a branch-, of
the Book Lovers library iu Pernio ,'was
started some, time-ngo.Htid a few days
ago-word-was-received-fiorii-tlieHVest-
erri bianch at Winnipeg Hint lhe, application for a brunch here would-;be iic-
coptable,-"Mayor pieai.4ell has very
generously consented to make room for
it iu his store aiid also to take charge of
the list for ineViibarship,       „   '
This is a step in the right dlroction
and overy lover of good literature in
lho city Hhofpd;Jdfio iwt|ine In placing
his or her name upon tlie HVomuevship
libt. Tbe membership fee amounts to
only (t8)4 cents peiinoijth or a total oj
*»7 per year, for which small, sum the
choicest literal uro of tho year Is at thc
command of cash mom ber, Already,
many names have been added to the
list and us,1*0011 as one hundred have
been. secured a branch ol the great
Book Lovers Library will bo a .'I'ernie
fixture.   Don't fail to get 011 Ihe list.
HOOKEY
Oiiiloy'K  OmloNUy
'-.Smith Curlls was in the rlly l;tM
uipjit. II is rumored thnt Mr. Curlii
Ik prisse'ised of 11 hunting tk-slre In he*
i-ome leader nf flic Oppo«iItion,''-- Nol -
son I'lrnnoiulst,
This Hllli* plensnnlry dnn'l worry
Mr. Cnrllu. He Is one of llu^e fellows
who don't fciir being In 11 minority niul
is n lender of thought. The other ilny
at Criinl-rot.lt he rumarlce;! lo n frleiul,
while the r.ilhcr lively debnle upon tlit*
u ;,ii]iii|i4||   |i>   .im.   the   ^4J44 injiiiiil   ii<i
lnvi",tii*:i1Mue Crown jrrnnt nnd  «-,ur- J ljiilni(i(;i»
veylug of the   H,   C.  Southern  Innd'"
ijiiinls wns In prngrcsi, thai ll didn'l
Iuul in he in lhe „iuinoriiy if win whi.
righl.   C'oiup.ire lhe liunlw of ihis yenr
In lhe i'jiiiis of List year.
On Friday nnd .Saturday evenings of
hist week the Nelson Hockey leuiti
visited here and crossed slicks with the
local seven The game on Friday night
was very ono sided ending in favor of
the home team by a scoro oil I to 2,
The Ice being soft und covered with
water made fust and spectacular play-
lug nut iif the game and combining
that with Iho condition ol the visitors
alter an 18 hour trip,' the guino wan
possibly fis-jood as could ho expected,
Tho Siiturdny evening game was, how
over much more ovenly contested nnd
'although the locals ngulu tnnkthe
measure of tlio Nelson neptee, (lie contest wiih spirited and It wiih oven belting
at half lime, tho score then being it all,
Nelson scoring thn lirst two in jig time,
The Ice was In splendid condition, mercury having dropped nuvm-nl points
during tluHliiy, iinii lho visitors hit vine
apparently struck their jjalt, It looked
us though lhoy' mount tn carry through
lhe threat previously rnniio (hut they
would win nnd thus break oven, In
the nik'oihI half they played iu whirlwind fftKhlon and had the score lied nn
two different nccanloii*». It really
looked like any oiio'h gn-no up in within
eight inintituH of full thnn nnd (lieu It
wns that Ferule set the pace and falrlv
played (he NelHonltos off their feel anil
Hiii'cecilnd In finding the net eight times,
It coiliilulywaH a fiurrli-»im IIdIhIi and
the visitor* were played to n ulitnditlll,
For tlie' visitors Quay nt point nml
ISlHhnp nud Steele nl ceutro nud right
wing reHpeetively were thn itnrs nud
with Htrongei- Hiippmt nt point ami goal
would haveinudn thn Femlo team go
llm limit. Fnr Iho loenU nil piny win
good gflmo nnd wo do not think tlmlr Ik
a Yt'ttxk spot on tlm liiio'iip, Tlm old
iidlalile ili'fcnie, Miller, Diihnngi: nml
Knslimi' Ih Iihi-iI (0 linpi-ove on, whllo
lhe bnlniit'ft of (he boys know over play
nml chi) deliver the goods wlpui cnlled
upon tn ilo.uo
Tlm w-oro nn Frldny iilglit xvntt 11 to
ft In fnvnr nl
'2 nml Mnturilny II 10
ernle.   The lineup,
i,r/riumii>oK
From ll^llnriilil
The bfnielinll lenni goes to Calgary
to-night nnd will piny there lo*mnrrow.
A iniili-h mny he nrrnngeil wilh Medium- H.it on Friday.
C. ('., Wrlg.it Imi renivprcil from his
I't-it-ul luiiJi-iil and wiih In low it f«n n
il.iy l.-isl week wilh his hrollu-r, U. A.
Wrlglil, onliW uuy bark ti. biulne^
ul Feruie.      •
Pniil Piiiiplicr, ftirmtrly of NcImiii,
nml laic of Ij-llibfidgc, |ia« Iwn rip*
polnteil hrewniiHter and nuperlutend*
11 ni nf the Fort Steele Urowcry at Kernie, 11. C.
Fern In
'
Nelunn   |
iMiiiei
iio'li
l.JH* til 001 1
W*w«vl
l.nluiftge
Point
KiiHtnoi'
0. Point
Uuny
White
('eiitie
liishop
Hherninn
Hover
ll«ll
(llialk
Left Wing
Ulglit Wing
Perrler
Aiinllage
file-iln
,     . Im Found Douil
Klngntnn, Out, F0I1. r>-Thn' body of
n man found near tho railway Irncks
nonr here* yeslordav ninrnliig, uam been
Idontlllnd us Hint of Itodmlck MclCenzIo
Manigerof tho Bunk of Montreal, ol
Ilii* city. Ho wmi found dent) near the
Uranil Trunk Hnckii, two nmt nne-hnll
mild (taut nt tho lower sUllon nt 8.IHl
o'clock. IVIif-n the Nily was fuuml It
Imd not become rohl. 110 that death Imd
occurred not more Ifnu half nn hour
prevloun, It wnu found tlmt d»»ili Imd
reunited . from it drug i-lilcli Mr
McKfliiJ.lulu--.il taken. The bollle w»»
found, Hi-jo ■ small ImiKI* nf |?lyj.flfliii>
In bin jrtwkel.
. ■ „. ■" -A SuecessfurGoiiventipii.
; The.cighth annual convention of the
Associated Boards of Trade of Southern B. C. met at Cranbrook last. Wed*
ensdaynt 4 30 p. m.f and. proceeded at
once to the transactio.a of tlie,. business
for which it liad been calleiL      fo
v Cranbrook "was represented bv R. E.
Beattie, J. P. Fiiik aiid" G.-f If.' Johnson.   Fort Steele by Dr.  Watt, -It   L.
T.    Galbraitbia'nd, A.   B.' Fenwick.
Fernie by D. V. Mott,  J.„ R.  Pollock
and Dr. Higgins .  Knsio by J. li. Ket-
allaek,  A.   F.   Garland and   W>,   E.
Zwicke.y.     Movie  bv;J.   P.   Farrel
Nelson   by   J."  J. "Campbell,   Fred
Starkey and T. G. Procter, -'and Robs-
land by Smith Curtis, L. A.\ Campbell
aud W. IL Falding.   (Greenwood got
in late aiid wasln.bly  represented bv
Mr. Nation.       • f :-
A cominittoo on credentials consisting of It E: Beattie, J. IV Pollock and
F. W* Guernsey wns appointed by, llie
chair, and immediately, .after theii' ro-
port was received and-adopted. The
president appointed a committee on
resolution** as follows:" D, V, Mott,
L.A. Campbell, T.-W; Bingav, It. U.
T. Galbraitli. J. It; ' tt'etnllaek. J. ,P.
Farrell and J. P. Fink, to which at the
request ol tho committee l{. R." Beuttie
wns added. "•,•-■"',•■ *    -,;
After the rca'ding bf 4lio, pj-esldeiit'-J
address the election of 'olllceis. for the
eiiKiiiii"- yoar was the orilei-.nud result-
ed in the uiiani 1.011s le-election of pres
ident Biichanan and Becretary 'Mac
keir/ie Fred Satrkey of Nelson was
elected nssistantto thcpresideiit. The
cliairipan of ihe comniiltee on resolution-* ropnmineudod that the resolution
prosenlei} by lho Nolso'ii";Roiird bo tak,
en up for consideration.The lirst i'es-
oliiMon dealing witlt.'.tlio.Diuiciiii Fruit
Marks Act to prevent the exportation of
diseased fruits front British Columbia
was ratified.- ;y '  -
floBulutjoii numbpr two of the .Nelson
Hoard --e|atiii<*; to dlities.upon pig lead,
was refoired.backiti tlie committee on
lesoliitioiis-forom'oiidnienf.
Itefolulion, numbor three relating tn
forest lireB, lOpOiher. with ari amend
ment proposed, by Afr. Smith Curtis
placing upon the railroad companies
il|p nuns of proof in {-asp of fore^(; lires
starling-,from or neai'-vatlway ltnes,~wns"
also referred to the committee on res'
ohitious.    -.-•»•     ■ , ,
The fourlhrcBolulloii from the Nelson Board relating to duties asked for
■on zinc and its prpdiicle,.was endorsed
by the.Association.,
The resolutions, from the Knslo
Board'wero tiiendis-phfl'sed and passed
by Uie committee..- At tho morning
sossioii on Thui.-diiy, the. resolutions
from th<* Rossland Board were considered. Number one asking the., proviu
cial government to survey,, subdivide
and classify lands.,,.Jieai-.,railways and
streams, which are suitable for settle-
inant,'fanning, fruitj. growing, garden
lug, etc.;.was adopted.1- ,7 ;' ■ •
. Number, two asking tho provincial
governmeiit-to'Eot'Bsida'-'TiiiB-eiglfilPTif"
all public lands for tho uso of schools
was unanimously adopted, i
j-NU'nbei- tlircei.vviia.8p. amended,'ns to
'U&k for thp iiuipodbite repeal of the
present sehool act and a i-eturii to the
net previously iu force. -,*.-■■ 7
; Resolution number four.denliiig with
the price of explosives was amended
and as previously passed culls fortho'i*.-.
moval of the duty of !l cents per pound
and nn Investigation into the combine
In restraint of trade which ia believed
loexlst.
Tho last resolution of the Rossland
Bonrd conce ruing matters which hnd
boon considered by a previous convention was lioltl.ovor until the afternoon
raihIoii ,7 •'''.• ;
The Fertile resolutions wore next
considered. The one relating to the
Flathead trail was passed *iiiiJiminoiis)y
after thv elimination of tt-e third pnr-
ngraph, the gist of which was fount, to
bo repnatod in the Inst parngraph
Numbei'-tivo relating to.-municipal
ownership of lelephone systems was nt
the request of the committeo nn . resolutions, io. nmonded an to nak for
powor to I'xpi'opiinte existing Hystums
on noultnble-terii.fl, nnd (lint the province bo requested tn build long distance
lines commuting the different municipal r.ysteinH, niiii was nnsii'd In that form.
Upon tho recommendation of the resolutions cmnm!iti-n the Fernie resolution
relating to lire 1 i-otet'-tlon was stibstl*
Iuloil lor the one referred to it from the
Nelsin Unnrd. and n rocoiiimondntiou
ndded asking for tx conference of the
executive of the Boards of.Trade and
Mr Wui' Pearce rupreieiiting the C.
P. It, lo lako into conHldnration the
HUhject of better protection from llroh
originating on or near lhe railway
Hues llii-oiighoiit the province.. The
roKolnlloiiH uud recommnmhitioiiB were
iidnnted.
Tlie lirst reHoliilinn picHuntr-d hy lho
Trull Hoard wns withdrawn by thu
iloliignleH of that liojud and the renn-
iiitlou iiNking fni'tho pui'chnse ol gold
nnd silver at the Trail, rellnery upon
the flnmii IijibIh as Ihe United HIhIch
government buys gold nud silver at lhe
different nsKny nlllcuH In that country,
was niiiloiHi'd by tho coiivnutloii,
Tlm committee reported back Ihe
resolution of the ltiiHHlnnd Imnnl piiHso'd
oviii- nu lho lli'Ht day and whicli i-olutes
tn the jilillug nml (-muting ot ImiuIk
tothe II.C, Miiilthern. Au iinliiinleil
iIIhciishIoii followed pni'llelpiited lu by
Mr. Smith I'm Us, Mr, Pea mi and ninny
nliiei'M, This mallei' Iuul been boforo
the Ahhoi'IihIoii nt NoImiii lant yeni',
h'ud had been .'arrled by 11 vole of M to
7. Thin (Imn the vote HtooilfHo il
The pi-oHldeiit ileclnred it carried, uud
mien mure It gooi tn the piovlncliil
govurnineut for rniiHldornllnii, An
pieslilenl Biu-hiiiiaii Hiitled, ll in uec
eisiiry when the ollicials of the proviu-
cliil govoriiinont nml llieofllcers nf the
C, V, U can nnt n^reo iih (0 wlmt (0
dn, in have nn examination Into (he
whole subject ho rk In set ut rest nny
linublM that mny exist us In whnt Iiiih|
(jeeii done 111 reunion Ut Iheie grnulri
■Several new mnHers cnnie up Jiiul
were nrtpd upon nml will he nmit tn the
iiivornl boanlH for flnnl contildei-tttion,
Tlm Ferui* deli*g.-.lloii extended an
Invltallnn tn the convention to hold It*
next lUinuiil hchkIoii iu Ferule, nud Mr.
(leorifn Nnden nf Greenwrind miked
them to go liiilhcr west for theii next
iiiiiiilliig. Mr. Niiilon's InvlUtlon was
iii'i'oplud, hu llial uuxt year tlroenwtmd
will hnvo thn plonHiire of taking enre of
u jolly good lnt of fellows, for no other
kind nre ever tent to tlie*.! meetings.
Our Victoria Letter
peo-al toTlie Ledger
The later half of iast week produced
110 momentous issues in the House, and
little, debate that was really itaterial lo
the country'*! welfare. After the storm'
ot Tuesday whicli. brought the peril of
shipwreck so prominently before . the
eyes of the McBride government, came |
the calm of Wednesday, a day sacred
to harmony and routine. There was
.nothing ot. controversial character on
the paper, aud even Mr. Ilawlhornthwaite was disposed not lo discount
tho good inteniioiiK of his fellowmcu.
As for lhe investigation asked for by
the Opposition into the mistery of the
Kaien island deal, the premier expressed himself as courting' tho   fullest  in-
unlry with confidence that such-'investigation   would   coi'llini (he statement
made tlmt the bargain was (-i)-iuently.
in the interest of the province   At thu
same time the Fi>'*<t Minister took enre
to request a most siguilic-aut change in
the couipoBiljoii of the committee, asking (or the substitution of Messrs Garden and Yoiinif, b-ith rneogni-tt-d   as
machine party men, for Messrs Manson
and Macgowau, the Inter nf whom has
shown cninmouduble iudepniidimcfl, and
is known to regard  lho Kaien Island
tinusai-lioii with very grave suspicion
Tlie coiumlltco as granted is composed
of Messrs   Young  (chairman),'  Ross.
Garden  (secretary), Munro and Macdonald; it has already gril In Wor|f,  and
will havo its work con-p|ete(i. in time
for a report of lhe lluding to the House.
Upon the lesuinptionof committee on
lhe bill to amend the Land   Act* (com-
manly referred to hs  the  Chief  Commissioner's bill for  the, extirpation of
the hnnd logger), "an ni'"oi|<l'nciit was
offered hy t||tJ Liber--*.)' loader proposing
to delegate totfie Lieutenant Governor
in  Council   authority £to  dolino  the
grades of timber,- appointing 'oflieial
scalers to measure and grade all   timber cut, grades other than No. 1 beiii-*
exempted from the prohibition against
exportation, and the cut of no bona (jdc
hand loggers beiiuj* sjipilf-iiy  exempt
This nmoiiflment stood ovor temporarily foriiougidera'tion by  the  ministry.
Lu the  further  progress of the  bill
through committee a section was added
011 the initiative of Mr. Bowser providing that steamers handling booms of
logs not'entiiled to be exported, slniild
like the booms t!ioiiiselYt'K,-he_liiiblo to
sekpire,  cQuj'-seJitinn  and    sale.   The
L'oveiunicut accepted- this,   although
Hon. Mr. Green admitted thut  it  was
goine, fitr to nut upon tiie ton-boat men
lhe  o«iii8  ot. investigating   the   legal
status of, timber they .were engaged to
handle; ,;  -  '*' '      A,    . "'   !        "
Included jn -Wednesday's routine was
a roport from tbe Piivale   bills; com
m it too statin-; thut while lhe petition of
the .Southeast Kootenay Railway Com-
pauyf-foiviiicorporation—infracted "-the
standing orders   iu   that  the  petition
asks for power to acquire and  operate
coal litiufs aiid mines',   Ibis  hot boinf-
suggested in the company's  published
advertisements.of intention, double fees
be not exacted "inasmuch  as ll*e discrepancy referred to does not appear to
be of much importance." , The .pill  of
^hia company, waa. subsequently ilutro-.
duceS'&y^fivltiMa'iiRd'is-Thnw in its
progress through the House,''  7 ' "* *
Mr, Hawthoriiihwaite's latest public
bill is to fiiriber amend the Shop's regulation act, by providing for compulsory
closing'at least one afternoon iu the
work ardiiy-week, nnd for full hour allowances lor meals.    , .
Thursday' and Friday were given
ovui'liii-fe'Oly to the discussion by tne in
Iroducer, .Mr. Pntkor Williams, Mr
Brown and Mr; Hall, of the Hawthorn'
thwaito bill to ex I end the franchise to
women.   This bill was nei-atlvcd.
The Minister of Fduciitlon has Intro
ducod bills to to enable the University
of McOill to e.-Hnhlish a college at Van'
couvei', nud  to inuorpninl* Principal
PRICE$2.AflVEAR IN ADVANCE
Georgian ,Uay is Open
Wiarton, Ont., Feb. 5th—Tho steamer' Hodgson inade a new record for
navigation in Georgian Bay by taking
a load of freight on Friday to Lion's
Head;-,85 miles-„nortl'A-returning on
Sunday." This is'the first time the bay
was .ever   navigated   in   February.
Ore Shipments.
Last week lhe ore shipment from llie
Yale Kootenay mines again broke
the record, reaching the highest figures yet quoted.
Boundary shipments
Rossland
ELKO
Slocan Kootenay
Total
■   Receipts at   the
follows: '
Granny
IL C, Copper
Dominion Copper
Trail
Hall Mines
Sullivan
25.4/s tons
7.385    "
'.439    "
two. iveeks
3-1.3°"!    "
smellers * were   as
14*3,6.]:; tons
3.«S'J  %''
:i./"£6    "
8,058 "
•568- "
200    ''
Total 34.177
These figures  are   liiken' froin
Sunday issue of the Nelson News.
ihe
A Pi-ess Critic.
Peterson G. M. G , LL. U., of McGllI,
with Hon, F. L. (JurU'i-Colton, A.. 0
Flnmi'i'feltaml ,1. W, Creiglitmi as the
Uiiyal liiHtlliillon for the advancement
of ioui-iilug in Biltish Columbia, this
Institution htdng thu local organization
of McGllI control in Bi'ltish Columbia.
It is expected that a lull to grunt provincial assl.st'iince to the college will
come down Inter,
The bill introduced soinodii.vs.ngo hy
11.111, Mr, Wilson, dlaqunllfyln'g from
provincial legislative honors any federal olllulal nr person holdm-* a dominion
government eontrm-t, which,wim on the
orders for second reudinir, was dropped
by the Introducer, who explained tint
be had di-awirihoblll upon the Hues of
n 11I11111I0 of Vii it, but had since lennied
thnt lhe hill,if It became n law would
operate unjiimly,' The House gnvo con-
aunt lo the ili-oppli.)- of the bill mold up-
plattse from thu Liberal bunches.
Mr, Kllirinn is to lho front, with hii
lirst Important public muaiiiiro,  it  bill
(•OIU'HIIllllg  lOll.'pllOIII'H,    It Is  jtlinixl to
provide H,VHteinutlc emit ml of lolephnno
NyslnniH opei'iiting within the province.
It in i|oril|-iied Unit the control of tele'
phono rules shnll Im vciited In llm councils nf municipal cnriioratloiiH wilhin
thoir t'orpornle boumliiritiH, ,(he l.leil-
to/writ Governor In ('oinicll exerelslu'f'
Himlliir (onti'ol iu iinorgiinlnediliiitrli'tH,
If this hill puHSiui it Ih ilflHlgm-d • lo Iib*
I'onio oponillve nu June 1st iin-tt.
' "The reuviipdei' of the session was
■taken, up in a discussion mi the graining of assistance by the provincial ;;i>v-
ernnieiil to lhe Kootenay Central Uliil-
road. A warm debate look place iuul
the resolution was slfqugly opposed,
iiiany of the tK'lpgalos objecting lo i-iv-
ing svibkldies of lands or cash willioui
some financial equivalent (being" obtained. During the discussion ihe
statemciit was made by J. J. Campbell
of the Hall Mines "smeller , lhat ilu-
whole press of the province was in the
hiibit of making utterly ftib'-e ' statements about h'tif corporalions wlm-ii
was, nol 'contradicted because not
worth while.—Vancouver Province."
The statement of Mr. Campbell was
challenged by D. V. Molt, a delegate
from Fernie, hut Mr. Campbell did not
seem disposed lo mo.iify it whereupon
his assoi'utte tlv'-lo^ni^, Mi-* T. G. Procter, sa!t| he thought his Irleuil h.ul
gone 104) far in his nsfertion. ,SujIi
stalenientsas lhe one referred to by the.
Province injures no one except their
authors and The Luiigek is. very- sorry
that Mr. Campbell- should have . pre-
sisted in defending so sweeping an assertion iis the one he made upon the
occasion of ihe discussion of the Kootenay Central, railway :iid proposition.
There can.be no motive to" jiclu.ite ihe
-PXesiJcLpu Lheforci 1 ^readers—im t ru 111-
ful s'aiemcnts. If siich .ibings civep
inlo ihe columns of the press it is he-
cause of Ihe neglect'of Ihosii who can ,
give correct information to do >o when
called upon by .newspaper men to furnish items of interest to the public.
Give us the facts Sir. Campbell and
we will publish tbem.
in   town on
interest of   tho
Dolil,
W. 1{. w'liiiiioivtiii'iiedonfttlnrd.tY
morning Irom Kdmon^n, where ,1m
had licon .-i ttetidin;^ a meeting of the
Albeita 'Faniicr'.'} Ass.-icijii.ion, as a
d-.'logjite from the local association.
l.LVCI'1'.Ol).     -
l''i-i..ii tlm -"iui-eit,..
The _ American hotel 1ms' again
■iluingcil hands. The properly lia.--
been ]>i.i-c,lmsn.l fruin Maiinsoll Uros.,
bv -■Bert" M''tilge. The u.ile, was
afl'eetetl hy G. F. li.iere. Mr. Atkins
eondncts the busine-is, Uibt. Kellouk
ri'tiring. ■       ■ ,
The Lo;iviii2s pooplo tell iu ih'M
tho Ki-jiiu^dealcra ol-lluit thriving
little )'us£fi{ovvn have shipped over
0110 liiindi-cd thoitstiml ImsheLi ot
wheat iilrenilv a ml' tliat.-tlm complete
output lot- tlie year' will bo in the
neighborhood -J two hundred
-md buniiols.
thoUi-
Margai-ot Ci-aitr,   wife   of Arihrev,
\Vat-jon, die. :it l.fil-home on Meadow
Ueek;vo„    lue^lay,'  j.,IJU,„...   ;J0 ,
-'<"'" WwhI poboning.    Tin: deceased
v-.s  l'e<|;,l.uh'.o!-ot-.I,,h!lJi.Cr,1iAot*'
•Meadow   C-ouk.    The  funoi*,-,!   ^
trow tho Method
|*r«ni,'i»-
istolmivh'oii
day :it three, o'cioclc.
News roaches hero of a
rioua  accident;   h;i
£tiililr,V-o.vJiaji,."jr 111-	
since.   Definite iiif.ii-inai.ion ia lacking
and all we can le.-uii i-j th
tlcjiiiiu  foil . in
struck'hia lientl
-jt.ijici;.    JfiiC'iiKliuoii
very sr,
to 'jolm
nirnr-
very critical.
n i-J ili.-n the'gen';,
i"->uie   iiianhci-   and"
on   Hiiinu hard  3tiU-
-;-j Ul to in.
ia
■1M0YIH
Convention Notes.
Dr. Hi(-gins could not be prasant nl
the opening of the convention mul had
to return to Fernie before the ilo.se ol
the session, hut was a busy dolc'-ate.
while hu waa there. ,
,lniiii K. Pollock iiiiule a very, neat
little speech in replvto.tlie toast' '•Our
SlnlerCill'ea"nttlm,|
Imnqui't last wool.*.
Mr, Pollock proveil to he n vnluabb1
delegnte all through aud never for a
moment lost touch with what .was
transpiring,
One nl the visiting dulegnteii got off
a cruel pub at the expense'ol J, J
Campbell,'ol the Nelson.^di-logntinii.
Mr, Campbell ■ had mnde thin ml hor
sweeping assertion in tho convention,
that the press wns In tho habit id publishing iinroliJihli-iitiilonionli!. lu talk-
Ini- about ihe press ut llm b/inquot the
other fellow got buck nt him by Hiying
that the press wiih iicc'uslnmeil to b'oiug
kicked, iu fact hn.l been kicked tlmt
day. bv n*camel hut as (hey. hid soft-
footed brutes it did'iit hurt,
A uotnhle thin'' nt lhe convention
wan thu fjict Hint tlm Nelson, liossliiinl,
Kiifllo and Fertile do'i./ntlonu wero all
very prninluonl. lu tho iictmi) work of
thu hohhIou, This wni not bccaiisu
those delegallnns worei'iiinponed of nuv
belter men than wero the others imt
nroso from lhe fuel Unit those boards
have nlivjiys had full ilologallnn-i al
ovory lonveutloii nud consi'i|iiouily ate
more iu touch with everything brought
tor ward. This J-hnuld hn horn in mind
by every linnrd Initio district and an
effort mnde tn have a full ili'li'giilion al
every incullng, Lot every board in
the district mut'n mirn uf full lepi'i'iioii*
liitlnn next ynar at. Greonwno.l (ur It
mny be taken for ginuti'd I hnl. iiiiittei-H
of vniirli luiporlniico will bo IiioiikIiI
beforo the couveiillon mul every I man I
should be prosi'iit to nld iu the good
work nf pushlm- iiloiigtlioi-i'(|illiv.,ioiiln
nf this ureal nud growing lulaiid empire,
the Kooti'iiuys. -<
Mrs.
Sjiukjint;
I'Voi] (li«l.ciulir
Cronin   has  returned
from
Cl      The   Conl  Out-put.      ||
Tlio oniput ol coal at the niluen (or
the week viullliK I-VUtiiy, Fel».   2ntl,
war ua follows:
Coal Creek
Michel
Cai-lionntlo
tt.H.12 ions,
ft, 113  "
1,291   "
Mlmrd'a U»ln«nt Cor*a Cotdi, Se,
Total       icsftfi
Mlnjird 1 Liniment Curci 0*rgtl In Cows
V. M. W. of A. In Convention
IVnHldent Frank Sheiman, Hecretarv
llowbronl; and Mount HiMiie-niutailve
PnlterNiiii, nf lho United Minn Wnrkeifi
rtf Amiii'icn, nre buck from IndhinnpnlN
where lliny hnd been in nllendanco at
tho uuimiil niiietliig 01' tlm onlnr,
Tlm cun vim I hm wan ono of Ihu large/it
ami nioHl euthuNhtiilii' that has been
held, Much btifllueiiH of a routine mil
ure w.ih ti'iinxiiciffl ami miilliini of very
gl'C'll    llll'i'llt-llU'O 't'i    111!)',!*..     Vi'lK    ilii)
i'UhkiiiI, ,1 ohn Mitchell Iihh grown In bn
a vast |iiivver and it i* uvuluui tlmt hn
iu liliillowllig wilh the panning of Ihu
yenn and Imi Inarnnd uut only how in
Ntaml fer Ihe rlglilti nf ihoiu lm ropro.
NentHhutnlunlmw toi'imHiilurUin rrghts
nl nil peopliM'tnir'Tiii'd In tliu tonlro.
14 414,4,4 Villi*!. 4*441.ll   414414',    III     ltl|||*,    llllMI
out.of llm evor ubifllng fonillliiiu*
which spring (rom Ilia Indunlrin
fhnngni of lhe country. ()rffnnl/,eil
labor luu in .lohn Mitchell an advocate
who I'otninnmK Urn rimpcci of nil
clniROH itmllhn effort nf lily Piiuiiokh
ami nimWritlon enn hut i>Biitt in good
to the grout oriti*!' nf vGilcl* lio li tin-.
head, ni well un tn show to llm world
In goncnil lluit nfientiiinn nl nenl nud ol
purttoun Is nnt coiilluwl to any claim or
walk nf life.
II hoimih ponniliU IhatHttrlldt at htiea
proiiorlimiH may Im, precipitated |u t|u*i
Unit cd Stnton lu the near futuro ai a
result uf a ilitagiuiiinent iMiiwein the
mine (i|ii'iMioi« and iho inincra bnt it la
fo M Imped that a way out of Uic
dilllciilty may be yet found without a
retort to thai dread romcily-n Mrll'o,
In,lie   ftti'
lhc   West
l'llGKNIX
frniii 1 liu l'inii|.i.|'.
Thirl ll'i'l'k Ilii- lilJil pilHi'J-
ni-lii'd in the lloiuiJiiiy by
Kiwu-ii.iy I'nwi-r .t l.iglit t'u., vvh'nli
has ri'ivnily built high l.'H-.iiHi iI.nil»L-
eh'i'liic lines lioin Hiiiioiii(;|nil l'',ill»,
nil Kooli'iiiiy liicr ilt-ur NcImvii Io ibis
section, was liu imd nu jil ilu< (ii'.iuliv
smelter (if tinuul I'm Its, mul wa-. nl
oiite utilized at IIi4i-..' I'vdiu'lioii ui'll;*.,
where I'lerlric power Ims been imne loo
The Am.'ilgjiiuntionnl thr- Rt. Eu-
goijo. Trail suml-fr, Center Star and
the Uossland Power company"-js now
an aecoinplished fact. Tlio new
eomp-.iiy is known iis tho C:iniiilinn
Lonsoliduted Mines, Ltd. The licnrl
ollice of ihe eiiinpiiny is in .Toronio,
Gut. I Iif he.'iil nlilco in tlit.*-* province
isi nf.Trail nn.l W.- II, Alilridge of
Ir.-iil is naiiu'il a.stlieC'oinp.-inv'i ,-it-
tornoy. The ciip'tnl Is ■fi.fifjfj 000 in
■JilOJ lilmn-H.
Tc Is jiut HO fool, in licilmck at the
shall, iiito of the IJI.-ick .MucKjiy Min-
Ingt-oinpnnv. A Bj)nil|iipj) vviia'di-lv*
en mul the. depth nl th,- nllnvinl ilo*
push, wim thiut nlitnihPii, Thoy nre
now having- u Rhuit m\i\< on the west
side nf the hike. Complninsnunrling,*
ol (he luko were mnile 1111 si woek
IJoli'HW.-ociil, In tlm fou nt rll.stiuicoa
nl IU):fni'iuii.'irt. The ilonpcRt lilucu
loiinil wtm 110 feet which in „'oi i;,,.
Ii-oni G. II. Mlr.or'rt iuliniil. Tlm
Hniinili.iigsiihow that tl.oio is u "hog.
Iiitck" iil-nut llm eenloi- r,| t||C |,t|-„
nml ut, that point tho vvninr J/i oji-Jv
■17 feel, in <|i-p|,|i.
The vojii-'s progress m t'm Si. Kti*
mum mini! nmy hu fcivllily told In a
lew wiii'il.i, .say.stlm 11, (J, Alimn'r «,.,..
"i-il. Ore.milled, l.'iD.fxVi \tmY \<>>u\
pi-i'idiu'.i'd, -in.an'i.iKH) llm; *.iIvor i.t-o*
iliinml, l.UKI.l-iJOn;*. 01 tlio on, ,,n,)
(■(Uiceiilriili':! jHMdiiJeil 11,0 0 \<m
were Hhlppiul in Kur.ipj., and the ro-
iiinlnil.'i'ti. tliu siiiHtei-sat N,.|so,,lin,|
I i'llll, Tlm iivemguol Uu, mi'ijil con-
touts \vnHhllvi'i,.llii.j|.i'ri„»,|.|.| j^.j
117 po ei-nt,   |).'vi'|i.|iiihmii wni'ltcon*
-alHtuiIoi2.fi2IHIii.il., nl sinking und
mlslnirnrul Wt II h, nl rrnsHeiutlng
iintlili'il'iing, milking ii tiii.-il of 7,77:i
lln, ll., uml bringing tl.o nggregute
Inoliiffu (il ili>viil(i|iiii(.|ii In thu mine
lipid Ulllllll, Wkt)   ||,,    ,„.   H   inilfM,
Novviimehlui'i-y io.stulli'd iiielmlr*)
tlll'eu Jellki'H Mjii'hliifi   f.Vi.'k  hfillcrs,
I'MCll ll'ifl   hdl-M-   p-lVVl'l',    Ull.l    l.[|(!  fil'
milium Ii'iiikI Ciu-lis! nil- i-iiiimhv^oi',
capacity .'1, lOtcii. ||„ 0| froo „h' ,„.,-
llilllllle.    NeWhliult. Iiiiiis-u an.l Imlcr
lllld eii||/pri'H!-.U|,llUill|||lg.'!   VVI'I-.M'I'H'!..
ed at I} enst nl  ub,m  ■ju'll.t-i'O,   The
MM   (•'iVlllnir'1 I' ||.     ■
*, ,,*. ,*>   * ,. . ., ,.-   |.,'444,l    ||l|'4   1,4 4 II   .I4M11:   | 4 M »   |   „^^    (4*4 V'| I III1.1"  f'l ll*   M . 14  I' ,     ,,-        ,' ,
pie.il> i.iVu; ,-igiu mm.., c, vi.-.e ri.„.-,. | ,     mtiu\.   I'our,",Vi a i-to iVv '.iivk
in r.iiiiini'.4.ii'ii :i    hi*i    „m- .i:*.>.      i     ,„.„,,     .,.,.   , „ , '     , .,     ,
r„mbu.  r.   few   humhvd   ho,'Vp.Mvcr|!Jl?!!,,rtJ.,^^.^'/:W!!^,,;,.i,,in ']'"™'
will be used, the Griiiiby Cnu-«ilid.iU-d
uNo liiiviug suniu Wiilvr pnuer ol it',
own, as well ui lhe pnwor Irom lhe
wm hi of lhe CiKiadi- W'iili'i, Power .t
i.iglil V o,, al V ,i-i iiilr, ubiih li.is s.i
fill" fuinished till lln* long dislanrv
power lisi'il by lhe niiiies, '.iii.'llers all |
rillf-j of llu- Hiitimkuy,
The coming of tin. Iloniiiiiglon
power giv.'*» jii:.iiinmi' that iIh-iv will
Ihi nn hick of power ihli winhr, as
ibrre wm hnl winii-r wbi'ii lhe ImIHc
river riMflu'd its Inivesl ii,»i;i' In vv-m,
whiih hhiiiiii^t- inst r>iHiiuliii\ >iin'li*
eriiwm-ii several llioii^unK nf d.>ll,ii-<.
•(irnnliy   Miicllfr m-.-iinu-nl   f.'i the
tirtt full inniilli of ii|o't l.tilo-d but live
Ion-, nf bi'jiig mt even "*5,<><><» tons.
A fiinvof Ittcnly men   is   ihhi- «-iu-
plovtil tit ih*   fVi>   M.-iiiir.i,   anil rlii-.
Vit'ck  j^  ctr-i   vvir-.'   khippiJ   iu Uie
smiltcru,
li.
ni.i.N'isuorw
iln  1'iij-i|*ii'1ij(
6
was ir.   Pcnne  on
Fernie   Wcdnes-,
Special to fm ihmm
7,Mra.   Holbrook
rriday.
S. McAllcn was at
day evening.
tlAvicrni «tn- Klll.,»l«B8mltli were
me \ lcruiib of a surprise party.    -    ,
Aneujiyablo ovenin«-was ""ivbn in
X c!::i::liii:,i !,a" h>tua. ^»^
Fenlie on T. ',rndIim!1*eV relurn'e.1 from .
vac-itTon." ri'"'1!dM*V' i,ftc'r'
Mrs.
MelnnoB wlio has been visiting
hor husli.-iiid here for a couple, of
uionthe, has left Kikmoutli for Calvary
Pl.VCIlKIt     01I1SBK..
I'Vum  'l'lie Kelio.
Mj-s. Shcn nclt :iiul An us liter, of
Miirysviljc, 11. C, spent :i levvdaiys
in town tin; p/ist week.
Messis. ,M. H.,'1 lioiiipaoi! nnd J. 15.,;
Sheppurd, ol Fernip, were visitors in
our viilii',*-!! lust vveel:.
D.'M. McTjivish, oi C.'ilirm'y, rep-
resciitiiiff the Internetionul Cnrre-
S|iondeii('e Suln nl, was
Tuesl.-iy-last in thu
sclio.**!.
nry, April, July und Guiidit-p.roHpect.
ivelv. ThefiHlhori/,ci| cipiiril hti^k
ol the numpiiiiy in p,fi\t \QOi). Tu
dale ilivlileml-i nffiri-ejfiillnjr lii per
;-.",! ,','iv* J-."-:! ;.;!!; 4,,!.«!liU ,.,»
the iKiitcil sleek, tills llKMilw lluit nl-
(oRotlmr pi-oilmjimoiintlu--,*' to $51'J,.'WO
luivu been ilivliii-.il iiiujii},' tlm hIiiu-c-
litililniM
Marry While, riiifnm* nlllcer. vli.lcd
l-.ii-itpiirl.oiithi. Iiiti'runtloiinlbmmd'irv
'hn hitf U ,ii ly part of thi-i weeli.    '
Acr.ir.llii;r to llm old koii'", Ui«ni
WPH".!.l".|.i||yBoj|.| fiillmv,," at (|iu
iMmpid mi riiurndnyiivi'iilu'r,
A. \:.W,,u war. A uinfront WalUlmrj/
I rldnv «u liiiiiii,-.. *
L'Iim. McNub w.(h in (ho city Frltlav
Oil liinlue-.-'. "l. c-*,
tf
THE FERNIE LEDGER, FERNIE, B. C, FEBRUARY^,-1906.
The Fernie Ledger
D. V. MOTT
EDITOR
■G. <3. MEIKLE
MANAGER
Issued every *\Vo.1nc«t:iy from office of pub-
iciitiOH, c-orAer of Woo.i St. ami Baker- Avo„
Fernie,Briti»hGolui.>.ii!i. , .
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE
: I.O. F.N6, 3172
Meet in L.O. F.Hall on tho last 1"tiee-
dsy'in every'mbctli.-*-"-*- '■ -
,.:-.-'        . ■   L.,Caroseh.a, Tin, Sec.
ADVERTISING   RATES      ,      ,
-    (COMMKIHIAI. 1H-=1 LAY]
allowe.I to be k'lmnsreil when ilosireil, .vitliout
CNlru ehaive)
-    . I .'il per inuli. per month   .
SiwuiiiliiOnition, .->(/. Hilviuice       '   -
51% dUcuunt when |ihitea are fumishel
'IllAKSIKNT AllVaa'iSKMK.NTS   '
(set in nonimritfl, 1:.' lines mnko nn inch.)
Auction Sales, Kiitertii^nmeuU, Tuiider.-., Legal Notices etc., Id centsn liiio,tir»t iii.-ertion,
iicontsii liuuciioh biil'ncquent insertion.
Ol-NT-A-WOl-ll-.UtS ,
Lost,Fuunil, Kor Sale, To Let, Kent or Kx-
ulmiige, one cent a wuul,cu<:'i insertion,
i:i:.\i>imi Nt/ncKS
• On back pace unioni! locals, Vi\ cents a line
Un front pnse iimoiii! local*., Ai emits a   line
lillllll-;, UAlllII.MiKK A.OI UKA-IIIS
If oeenrrini: nm<)iic-,t onr >uliieriliers, free; rU
others«i 4-onts oui-li iii.ii-rtioii. Osml.-, of c'on-
grntnli.tion. canitoli-nri* "or thnnl;s, obituary
piK-try cte„ lists of tmesis mul- weililiiii* present-., 10 e<:iifs u llncuioiipiiricl) ciu'li insertion,
ItrSINKSri LU I'Kl'irKSSlON'Al. CAM'S
without clmnp;e, one inch or under, il n month
- Ifyoa, your friends or relatives suffer-with
Fils, Eoilepsy, St. Vitus' Dance, or Falling
Sickness, write for a trial bottle and valuable
treaty on such diseases to The Lkibio Co.,
179 King Street, W„ Toronto, Canada. All
druggists sell or can obtain for you
LEIBIGSF1TCURE
7  L; P. Eckstein
Bakristkii-at-Law,"   Solicitor, , "Etc.
Cullibtrt Block, Ferule,- B. C.
which resulted In ilic'taxpayors Hav*
inir to pay the costs foi* the benefit 61
other parties. Careful action tit .'tbH
juncture will result in the saving o'.
miuln rouble and thousands ol dollars of legal expenses and thc new
council have not as yet forgotten the
lessons ot last year or llie meaning:
ofthe vote which resulted in their
taldm? the place of the old one.
Any further information .lusirtM can he hint
on application to the malinger.
In  Pernio*, is a pleasant home far all who travel,
ROOMS RESERVED BY WIRE.
T. WHELAN, Manager.
P.-C.'Laice
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  ETC
Post-Oflico Block, Fernio. B.C.'    .
\V. R. Uoss J. 8. T. 'Alk-canter,
Ross & Alexander
BARRISTERS,   SOLICITORS,   ETC
. KEUN'IE, 1). C.,
OIHco in L..T. \V. UlocU, Victor!* Avoiiue.
SCOTT & ROSS
Associated 1!cjii is of Tra tie.
, Tho. eighth aniui.il meeting of tho
•Associated ltoard-5 ol'Trade ol Southern Uritish' Columbia hekl lit Crnn-
hrook last wvL-k was well attended
and full of interest to those, who have
any interest in the .-welfare of this
{"rowing  young  ..country.      Those
..meetings are becoininj** more, and
more iiueresliii-*; us tl.e Association
grows, and the mfluciic.. cxertc'l   by
"them upon public opinion can net be
measured. It is an- education- to
those who attend as delegate.*) and
take part in the proceedings.
- The Craiibrool- meeting was one of
the must interesting ever held and
plainly indicated tliat, the institution
11 has a firm   hold   upon   the- various
."-branches  of   tnido'l:--hnil    industry
which go to make up the great sum
total of the material lile ot Southern
-British Columbia. ' Nor does this
representative b:-dy of men confine
its efforts to tlio material welfare of
the country. Thoy keep a watchful
eye upon the educational conditions
ot the province as.is indicated by the
prompt jind  emphatic "demand . that
. the present unwieldy .school act b.
*" repealed and the old one reena'cted
until such.time as an improved sys
. tern  iim   be  devised.   - Along- the
"fsaine~iincr'w'as—thc^resoitiTion pre"
sented by the Rossland B.*.ird iisking
the government "to-., eel ..aside one-
eighth of the reinaTtiiiig public domain for the use and benefit of . thc
public schools,
, President Buchanan's"' proj ct • iii'-
setting aside fifty '.or sixty thousand
acres of'piho land somewhere in Enst
Kootenay as a public park was re
ullirmcd and will, wc believe, soon
be acted upon.
It wus a foregone conclusion that
j\lr. Buchanan would' succeed him
sell us president if he could be persuaded to do so, and al though he was
fiillofmisgivingsasio the propriety
of such action he finally "gave his
consent'lind the Association will lmve
iho great benefit of his aid in that cu
pneity t'.r yet another year.
Tlio next m-joting will be at Green
wood, after which, wo hopo to see tho
bright and jolly body of dolegntes
once more in Kiinilo wlir-i. wo shnll
be utile to show them what Ims been
done since their last meeting here in
the old Trites hull threo  years ago.
Wc cannot close this brief tutlclo
without a roff-runco to tho most mag*
numinous treatment of the delegates
hy tho citizens of our (air young sister city of Ui'iinbpoolc. " Wo have
had the gool fortune lo attend
other ineetliij-H' of*, the Association,
uiul have pleasant recollections cl
llinin till, but In no [nstanee has there
h'.'un better feeling and a wanner
wclcnino accorded tlio visitors than
was tlio case lust week ut Cranbrook.
Cool Cowl Minor
.John Mitchell in "an address in
Scranton, said, apropos of the matter-
of-fact courage of miners.
Tho miner accepts a situation
fraught with peril as we accept our
breakfast., lie is as calm before,
danger as wc before a steak.
Thero is a story of a Pennsylvania miner who, late one autumn,
was imprisoned while at, work by'
the fall ol a huge block of coal. ',
With the "greatest energy his
friends set to work, to liberate him.'
This, though,- p.'ovcd to be a task of
enormous difficulty. On account ol
the position of the hole and the nature of thc fall, it was five full day*-
before they.reached their comrade.
When, finally, a passage had been
made, the manager put in his '.head
and called: .   . ' "'.*
Jack, how arc ye? .   .        ■'   -" •
All right, was the reply. -What
day is it? --, ■    '• '"',  ,
Monday.
Good. Then I'm in time lor the
crysanthemum show.
-J. Barber, l.d.s., d.d.s.,
DENTIST
L. T. W.   Block,   opposite the  Bank
Otliee liours—8 i..m. to 8 p.m,   .
■if HE'--"-
ELK HOTEL
ELKO, B.C.
Strictly
First-
.' .Class.*.'
L
MODERN  RIOS
AMD  HOKSKS
T. H.yOUATT,.Proprietor.'-
A   full line of. Caskets,   Coffins A Shipping  £ases
Wreaths itnd Society Emblems on hand.,/
"Ao-erils for the Ko'otenav Marble Works. Nelson,
■'<   Office Phone 41    A Residence, 76
Parlors in Lundy Block
WA J. Wriglesworth, D. D, &
DU3*isra?isT
Orrici: HointPi-  iito 12 aim., 1 to'flp.m
Oilicc in Alex,- Beck'B Block
MORRISSEY
Is the place to take the
Great Northern train
to, Spokane, time .12
hours; to Seattle 24
hours; to Vancouver 32
Vhe Bmivalian  motel
The Place to Stop.
Spcci.il Attention Given UiLqcal Tourists
•      H.'L.'^ERHENS'   :
OWNER-AND    PROPRIETOR   -
movviseep function, 3$.  C.:
Mukliii,' IIiiHtii Slowly.
Onr new city council Is Jo^ln-j;
nlniiKutn very o\ nn nnd sulo juice.
IVIioninntlors Involvlnir tuns nl'tlious
unils of dol111 rt, cjiiio lu'loi-ij tliom for
conHlilerutlon lho inomlHirs t»o slow.
Tlmy iiui'|xjsu to know from tlm liest
c(|iil|jpcil Icpl advisor •.vliollior lliey
have u cjifcis worth llnlillnff lor Ijoloru
Kuln-i; ulii'iiil. Thin Is n dccliltil
Improvement ovr-i'ilifl luiBty, lll-iul-
vlsetl uclloiiH nf the  old   council,
overSlinn's litikery.
PKRNIE',..     -  ,    -     ' -
B.
J. G. CUMMINGS
'PROVINCIAL AND
7           DOMINION      , ,
'  :    LAND SURVEYOR
.,.       Oftice:   L.T.W. Block '   ,
„ Fernie ^-British Columbiu
• Hill and. the Dos.
Lord Stratheona i:> blessed with .'an
unusually good memory, and many
lime$ lias he entertained his friends
with stories ofthe strugglss of his early
'lile.      •■        ' :   ■
' His first meeting with Mr. James J.
HiirisVTul-ijecr"iiKU^h^A'ery^ofteiT
dwells upon, iis the event was the turning point in his career.   .    ,
It was during*the Riel rebellion, and
a price was put.upon Strathcona's head.
He Wiis making' n temporary. relreat
from the country in a -log train. ''
Near the border line he met a man
coming into Canada from the States.
His method bf locomotion was also
through the medium of a dog train, but
therj was only one dog.
They stopped to shake hands and _in-
dulgc in a mutual introduction.
"My name is Hill,'.'   said .the man
from the stale---,
'   "Smith is mine,"said the"Canadian.
Incidentally Smith told Hill that one
of his dogs had become exhausted cn
tlu way and thnt if Hill followed his
trail the dog might he resuscitated and
be of some use to him.
,Hill got the dog.
A Fow HonrdH.
Figures supplied by G. P. Wells, secretary of the Mountain Lumbermen's
Association, show 45 mills belonging to
the association in lhe interrior. The.
nnnual cut wns about 280,000,0(10 feel,
representing an inveslment of somo
$10,000,000, wilh un nnnual 'expenditure on account of payroll and .supplies
of ,1)2,500,000. There wns n prosont
slock of about 85,oiio,oeu feet and n
probable scale during the coining  year
Ol' ,1,00,01)3,000.
__,  _ ■ ——————     ,1-j.* 1
The rmbllHlinr' of iliu liest Fnrmor'H
)'.ii|iui- In the Murltiino  I'l-ovlnccH in
WlitlllJX tO UH MtntllK!
"I would nay thnt I ib not know nf tx
miiillelnii thnt hns utnnil the tiiKt nf time
Ikn MINA1IIVS LINIMBNT. It Ims
henu nu uiifiillliijv ruinudy lu iiiii-Iiouho'
hold over.Hliien I enn leuimiibiir, nnd
un outlived ilo/.nni of would bo coin-
potltorH mid Imltntorfl,"
E. W. WIDDOWSON
CHEMIST," AND  ASSAYER
(Late assayer Nelson Smelter)
O'olil'. Silver or Leiid ,cneh $1.00
- Clipper....'..■>1.-V*>      GoM-Silver rt.W -
Ohurgoj for,other metals on application
BAKER "ST., NEISON
P. 0, Drawer 1108 Phono A07
MISS ROGHFORT,
Pernie, B. C.
I'uiill of Miuiainc Bessie Cox, GuililhnllSoliooJ
'5f'Mli?if"'i*roiT(i(riTnuril"Sigiior~VifiTii«
4iice,'.]1uly,-A-ill receive a limited "iramlier of
pupils for instruction in Bulging and voice pro*
luction,
Terms on Application..
Tl-ie West Fernie Store
57-rijark-s." - '.-■'.' .-    Proprietor.
Full Vitpek of.Wry .Goods. Gent's Fnvnlsliings
Oi'occrioi, Jioots, Shoes and Crockery.
'dive Me A Call.
. honllily Accounts Opened.
MILLINERY
Fancy Goods
Big Reductions in Price
Mrs. E. Todd
MOBBIS      3PIA.3STO.
AGHNOY       i.
The Calgary
Cattle.Co.   :   :
Retail   Meat   Merchants
W
m.
i*(?.i
mn
FUR SCARF fm
tftgto.        Udltt and Qlr.i I ****'
ffirmWZmS We will lii-lp ynu Fi-piiri" tlii* I nuoly Fii»i Bern**,
iiiiuIl* from selected full furred skim, of Rloh
Black Conay Fur, nemly 60 iticliM iu length,
ornntnentcd with Iour fur Uili, and fancy neck
chain. Mo.il wtirtn and comfortibU, and made in
the very latest fityle. VV* ar* ■ Rallabl* Cam.
pany. nnd we waul (-mxl trustworthy «RenU to
introduce Cooil Hope VcRctnhle Pllli Into every
home Wo rtqulr* no monay In advani-a, junt
ui-iid iir your nmne and adilress Nt ono* and we
will ueiid you Eloht Doiva of our Fumou* R*.
modle*. .Sell them ut 25c u*i box, uud when wc
receive the inoncy for the rill* which tve will lend
yon immediately after you have -sold the $2, worth
and returned lhc money, we will then jiTomptly
send you your Fur Soarf. Our Good Hope rllf-.
I ure n (Viand Urtnedy for all weak and impure i-oiiili*
IlioiM of the Illoo-I, n iplendid Tonic and t.lfe
Ilulldcr,    Tliey nrc e«»y to aril, and nre In (treat
tlcuund.   Don't mia* thi* opportunity to necurc this EUnant
Fur Soarf.   Wrlt*to«doy.
GOOD HOPE HEMEDY Co. D*pt. 5!7 MONTREAL, CAN."
J]
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&P>'#l*#f5i
wnyfl on hand.
llnnu-, Hucon nnd I
.11 I'll OH WCll.
All kinds ol I'YgbIi Flsli, in -.auson
lVompt Delivery.
(Ilvo us n cull,
TKIj 18.
THE POLLOCK
WINE   CO., Ltd-
Wholestilo Dcalera nnd
Direct Importers of
Scotch and
Irish Whiskey,
London Dry,
Old Tom
and Holland Gin,
Pomtnery
Champagne,
Schlltz beer,
Ale and Stout
Brandy,*  ,
Burmester,
White and Red Port
and White Rock.
Sole usenls  in  Cunaili. for
Wlndem*   Tonlo,   Jag  Dostroyor
WATCHES
At Great Bargains this Week
Wc CitiT.y. a complete liiie of Watches, both Ladies'
. and (icnt's, and our prices arc rig-lit.    Call and get .
■ ' .,   our prices before going- elsewhere—wc''can  surely,
...please you. ,.,'-' " .
C. C. WP;IQHT7 •,ewcler & opti<:'a"
, Spoclnl Attont'.on Paid io Waloh Repairing:
Philip Carosella
FERNIE, B.C.
General Merchan.
and .4
Wholesale
Dealer
■'*    „    " In
WINES, LIQUORS
and CIGARS
M.J, HENRY 5
Nursci-lct', Grocni.oi.BC8 & Seed
.     Iloiifles.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
IIfi-1'lqil.u-torn for TACIFIC CofBt
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TSKJSE yondei-ful _ JjalUbearlns_
"hoop JioitU'rs las'ted but a very
Short cay hi the world of-fancy
wor"*1-- for, yk-it'i all* their "Improvements," tliey wcrp troublesome
things, to hur.dlt.,'and,' like too many
Inventions, didn't always worlt when
they were supposed to,
Tiiclr successors nrc the implements
plef.'jred—fr.-imos and rings as unlike the
ionejj vvp've known'In years past as tlio
fjall-freurfmj ones were, but a whole lot
juriore eaflst'afjtory
TIl/M-o claijip an n table In thc firmest
"port of way,' y.at |iaye joints which per-
mXt the work to bo n,f.-/trfl, nt n touch,
to almost nny angle to br|ti£ Jljo light
to bear on your work Just no,
JSaeh of these Joints has Its own little
ftcrsWi whicli, when tn place, holds tlio
-rings Jiniiiovnble, nnd which  must  lio
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ffipfpnod   to*  permit   the   necessary
*    chunking p( position,
Bofl) rjfla's Hfid frajjjpa come In this
adjustable form, bpth qt i"
screjv on tightly \o low
Whichever you have, and'
_io_the_kInd — .„
There has always been more, or less
of an objection made to,, thoso pld-faBh-
loned frames—they seemed to "savor*'so ■
of professional work, and, with it all,
seemed so unstable; but these, newer
forms have all the advantage of;work
that la done at a table, with tho added
one tit the t)li||itlng top to work on.
And, being ona table;. tn° I'ttlc drawer
nt the top holds the matei'ffiis conveniently near, Instead of your having to
turn halfway around to get everything
off a table at the side, whicli was a
necessity with those other older kinds,
As to thc rings, everybody who has
tried these new ones !s enthusiastic
pver them. There's nearly always a bit
ot worlf which needs holding at a dozen
different poalllon*'  from  time to time,
and tfie grjpplrig qf tfte qrijlnajfy »M'!i*J?
fri the way necessary to keep them Ijr^-
ly setts very tiring,, These nave anr
other advantage: the work In its moat
critical condition may be covered up and
left, or covered up and swung clear
around under the table—out of the way
until you want it again.
Fancy work contrivances have resolved themselves inlo simpler things *
Itafed on common sense principles. Thut
genius who first l)wm fif lons-pyef}
needles for embroidering coilffjn'fia ft
boon upon thousands (if womon-.li s nt)
small task to thread a nocdle with the
ordinary round eye with a thin silk
which splits into strands as you try to
poke it through.
TheBe "blind needles;" too—one of the
many devices to help the blind to use
their hands ln wonderful ways—are a
big saving of both eye-strain and time.,
And sewing tables, with drawers com-
pac'ly in-, it, ftnd rarranged,In a care-'
"jlensiis'tii'e kept ih ihe place iijb'jjt- convenient to your probable needs-*detalls
like these make for definite simplifying.
Even workstands and baskets and
bags are mode, these latter days, with
more and more attention paid to the
Idea of their saving time and aiding
convenience. There are-more arrange-'
ments made for the grouping of the
Various P°r*s of things.
01 course, there are pretty lltUo
things invented all tho .while—sllvpr. pits
which add to sewing table or work
bag tho touch of prettlness which so,
many women love, But few of theRO
aro actual helps—unless tho fact that
you're not nearly so apt to mislay silver things as you are the less valuable forms Is a help.
MORi: net Is used in the making
of   pretty   sash   curtains   than
any   other  one   material,   say
manufacturers;    and    a   little
glance at the curtains women are mak-
-  ing themselves bears out  the truth of
the statement.
Most cf them are simple In decoration, though almost every one Is trimmed in some way or other, one of lhe
most attractive of the simpler ways be-
• Ing a trimming of tapes nnd cords
which , resold itself Into a set but
graceful dealsn. Short lengths of tape
are folded into a point (or. If lhe tape
in wide, on end of ll Is eewed Into a
point) and gathered ai the other end,
tormina a crude representation of u
Petal. „ These petals aro grouped In clusters of nve or throo-ov perluirs a alnalo
one stands boldly out liy Itself-aml
Joined, us though with sums, by pord
.sewed, or, rather,.tacked, to the net, * -
llie pattern shows the nine and the
way the petals are set togi'tiier to miiko
up a flower of live petals; and the curtain trimmed with the decoration of
in pes and cords bhows only one of the
'pany ways that Idea can. be applied.
*-.»Pp- motifs  nro  a*)   agod  to-day  ns
rX^/°, *h.6-n Hr1* 4 "/»- -*«& In.
sv?r »».„ /or, -•'-■ ""Unmlna of nurtn ns.
Ji^* tho«darker net-that tlngelng on a
?hoP «.°»p.e color-Arabian braids make
?n.e_Pettiest  of  the   motifs   that  can
b?oM ^i.'i" f.1'0.'*- order*': Somehow, that
K* '*•* he°vy cord on one edge,
ft ft? l£, tItecllve' A single motif, "et
inu^,^1,1!* ?f Uie.ciirtain {Mfe the fino
HrtmJ" ? °r "'*' torn u.,c»refu y applied.
S-Sed0;iithen-' ofi oouw' »wveTtlo ifs
tr..?!? a|l °ver ihcm; and a favorite
}"•*",e,»- '8 tho Placing of nve motifs
thi. t&fl8/ orat"v ,wo ut the *°P' *wo at
tne bottom and one setting both pairs
♦»»)]<> pat,ern for the lace motif in In.
fe ws xii pEiora
' &\JJL',*,'!> tl'g.-PMr/nlis allTn »
»il*»«,.UI.t*,15'nff *-vhit(1 'aco on white
'l]m,- P..il}6 -leul- coff00  '"n0-- on the
net of that color.     "-
. Scrim   makes   satisfactory  s3sh ■ cur-
taius,  and  is  most  effective  made   up
with, square motifs, Inset, of filet lace,
,darned In with quaint heraldic figures;
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Jfow tye. 7ispe /j Jtfi/*39£eri
fr sHii-jt pppHnnes to hpki iu own-
the coftrsest forms seemingly the most
popular. They, are left untrlmmedi s*.
treantme.,,t!eBh len<ls,,ii'^ »« no other
Insertions and edging—cluny and its
numerous kin and theirimitations-trim
?°"1® ot f'e prettiest .curtains, making
th.em.. "-ore expensive types. But the
adapting of motives in some original
4Way makes as attractive curtains at a
_..§'!.j:Hywi?._thi?re_Vre_ho!its_,Qf^othi»r_
_ ?1V1C.i?sea" to^hii.i.e "sash "curtains ofthe  thousand  and  one  kinds  of  ,"nt-
terns of madras, queer little lace kinds,
SS2 ii'l£iHheor,c,lt'  Provost of muslins
and dimities, lawns and Swisses.
When madras does suit, It seems to ■
fit as nothing else quite does. One, with
an odd pattern copied from a stained
glass window, suggests the coziest sort
of a den the Instant yo\if eye lights
upon It. ■> '
j\w\ n,c net -uirutnu answer for
more types of rooms thai^ the oUiers-
-tn6re's-riothiriii-inore_«ii "found- i«i,tis--
fnotory for dining and sitting rooms,
little drawing rooms and even for bedrooms than these, whllo the others
must be used with more dlscrlmlr
nation.
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Baby's Ills and What to Do for Them   /l*0****'*''* ****** -^^^ y ^ce £
By Dr. Bmclyn L. Coolidge
-     CopyrlRht; 190G, by A   S. Barnes & Co.
HIVES, or urticaria, Is often seen
4' in young children.   The disease
Is most frequently caused by in-
digestion, but somotlmes it follows tho uso of aniltoxlnj
It Is not at all a serious disease, but
as it causes Itching of tho skin, tho
in tho proper do«oo, nccordlng to the
age of the baby and as prescribed by
the doctor.
To relieve the Itching, sop the spots
with warm water In which Is a Iittlo
bicarbonate of soda; If tho eruption is
very extensive, an entlro bath of this
may be given.
Nos
oscblecd may be caused by knocks
4       . ua .i. v44um:o iiciunir oi mn mnn   m*     or b'lnJPs- °r may bo due to the baby's
Women's Waysof Making Money-In Printing Trades IKSiSfeS'HS li|S|#|gS
" ' ^ ° . . U  may cover a  lar^e  „orti„„  „r u,n     ™$$* ^ii^U^^l)^esxlSS*\
such as Ico cloths or a small piece ot
Ice wrapped in cotton, should bo held
on tho brldgo of tho nose nnd at tho
back of the nee*, if this docs not help,
try to press hard on the unpor Up oloso
under lho nose, nr If tl,o ohlhris old
enough, a wad of tissue paper may bo
llrmly packed under the upper Up,
when all theso simple means of treat- .
ment fall, a doctor should bo summoned,
i    Py Cynthia Westovcr Alien
i    (Copyrtebt, |-»5, by A. S, Barnes & Co.
AVERY Itjj'g-i nlimber of glrl.i and
women   ore   employed   lu   tho
PI'InUlJK trades, In book nnd job
cornpOBlDB rooms, an jiroofrcad*
, ore and copyholders, In booUblndlm; es*
iabllshmeniB, and In packing, mldi'Uiis*
ne and mailing rooms. Typom'tnng has
leci) for a hundred years a nut unliii*
portant flPld In woman'-* \vae«i-eiii-nlnu
range,   At t)ie chhu, however, the long
. ftoui'B of st''|-{ll|>i( wore hud lor lior;
Vftl'lcosp veins wnro common results;
pud tho mniiUQl duMi-'i'ity required to
make fair ^vagoH iynn ponuj-fifiPd by vela*
, lively fow, Iu the last Unpen yi'uni tins
grow-In-- use of tlm linotype mruililiiu uml
titinllar Invention*! has lcsricncd thn
)iandlfpp of the sex so fur an "straight
ponipjjsltlon" is concerned,
Any fuli'ly Intelligent plr| or w'Jiiinn
tvno knows HomctlilnK about the typo-
writing iiiaclilnti Pun learn the Mi get'
kcylioai'd and incrcnHCul niiiiibur of chur*
nctcrs In    tho   llnotyiio very qinukly.
, Thoro nro some Hti-lelly mocliaiiliuil ole-
miicntH In tho wor'tlmr of tlm dovlco, not
to ho iKiiorod, but cnsily undei'slnni),
Whep lliii npcrator, Iiiih piniipeil Imt
piotal oyer huj-solf onco by cni-eli'SMiii'i-H
pi in tlio condition of the inultliiu' pot,
pile Ih pretty Huiily nut to mtiku tuicli a
n-tlMtiilco again. Hht> |vl|| loni-n thu aim
(motion Involved In beKliinlnu n now line,
nnd In a coupln at weelfH tills Will bo
rtrlctly automatic, Tlie handling ol the
qiiJifir wodgo spneos, the trick of Mih-
?tlt)iMn,r ono matrix for iiiintjioi- li/
innd, no ns to avoid rcscttlm, n lino,
nnd iho most comfortable way of hU*
lliiB at tlio rnnclilno will como tn lier
almoin without olYnrt. In all otllroM,
pvon tlm smnllost, s)m will liu fi-nu from
rospotislhlllty for ciu-lng for the cum*
plicated machine, A professional inn*
Minis', has to bo employed for this. All
the woman operator Is asked to do Is to
follow ordinary ruled so as not to needlessly break parts.
Uut oven tho export typewriter who
tries thc typo-casUng machine will at
lirst bo shocked by tho errorB In punctuation or capitalization that will como
back to her from the proofroom, a
new line having to bo sot for each one
contulnliig an error, Pencil or pen corrections a io lmpu«sll'le in this work,'
MiitUn- must be-put Into tlio1 form In
which It Is to anally appear.* Careful*
ncss will hiivo a lot of labor In the long
run,
Thero nro women In New York and In,
othi'i- largo eltlos who are maldug as
much as 530 a week at linotype machines. Tliey are,* of course, the rare
-.-x.'Opllon, exception* becauso of their
(liilcknci-H und imcurncy. Perhaps tha
average Income Is not more than 119.'
Many get less, and uro worth loss,
Objection-) to Women
Old odllnrs tell mo thut the reason
why womon uro less useful than men In
netting I ynu or handling a linotype keyboard Is that lhoy do not read the news-
piipi'is iih nun uo; that their range of
current Information Is nurrower, Per*
hups tho reader does not understand
how this wuuld affcat a clearly mechanical iirnci'iis.' Uut tho explanation Is not
no dlllluiilt, aftor all, In dally newspaper oIIIcch Home copy Is typewritten and
I' tluii! l.i "cuppvr plate," but the vum
hulk of It must always be lu running
iiinmiscrlnt, dllllcult to read unless one
knows what It Is all about,
It was pruliubly a woman who sot
"The procession was lod by fifty scor-
nliiim' feathers," Instead of "surpllced
fiitlKTH"; and "The Indians trusted In
thn Immunity nf (lod, Crook nnd tho
other army olllcnrn," Instead or "CJun.
Croolc."   Hlio followed lettors In each
case; but the typesetter wTio follows
letters In a dally newspaper efnee Is
lost;, Tho context Is everything. And
even fair grasp of the context will not
avail when names como In. Thoro, upn-
eral Information Is the only help,    It
,1s regrettably truo that most women do
not read nowspapors closely enough to
remember tho spoiling of the name ot
the Incoming King of Servla, or the
name of tho placo where tho last butchery of Bulgarians or Armenians took
placo. Tho avorago woman typesetter Is
greatly troubled by an uni|l*uq| word,
even though It bo strictly correct no.
cording to tho dictionary. And thero
Is no chanco for tho consultation of a
dictionary. She must go ahead and do
the best sho can. Then tho proofroom
get* Its hack at her work, or by mis*
chance errorB are overlooked, copy Is
sent for by tho editors, the composing
room Is "called down,'1 ob tho saying
boos, and sho lias a bud quarter of
an hour with the foreman of tho room
under whom she Is working, even If she
Is not thrown out of her Job,
Now, I don't Imagine that a woman
can make herself over, and It Is to bo
presumed lhat so long as women are
. womon their range of Interest In newspapers wlll bo more restricted than that
of men, Woman cares nothing about
polities—why should sho, slnco a vote Is
denied her? Blia cares nothing about
baseball or horse racing, and each has
developed a little luiiBiiuge of Its own,
not reoognlred or only slightly recog*
lilsed by tho dictionary authorities, Hlio
Is liable to set "parliamentary" "pnsse-
metitorlo" because she knows what
"passementerie" means, ilut, In large
measure, the Intelligent, conscientious
woman can overcome her disadvantage,
nnd It Is well worth while for her to
do all that iim cun in this direction.
color.and appears In blotches, or wheals.
It may cover a largo portion of tho
body, or bo seen only in a few scatter*
cd spots, Sometimes it will dlsappcai
In an hour, or even less, and again ll
may last several days.
Tho first thing; to do Is to give thu
ehlld a laxative. Milk of magnesia and
citrate of magnesia aro both mild laxa*
tlves, and ono of theso will usually bo
sufficient to open the bowels, • Rhubarb
and soda mtxturo should then be given
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Gowns for Special Occasions-What to Wear and When
:T
By Eleanor B. Clapp
fCopyilKlit, IK*, ty A. fl, llunin & Co,)
UU most olnbornto gowns ond tlm
linndsnintst Jewelry a woman
jiossesurs should bo worn lo
bulls and dances. Al these.functions, full dtuss-lliut Is, low-out guwiis
for women mid dress suits for ini-n—uro
do rlgucui-. All sorts of soft diaphanous materials nro suited to young -jlrls'
..nnclnir uowtis, mousHolIno do sole, chiffon, oi'iipo de chine, plain organdie, etc,,
while married women are norgcous In
satins, lirnciulrs, i-iuum-l.-ii iicin, nr any
■Jiulcnuf tliml is IJt-l! una liaiuisoiiH-, ■•.(
nff by thn tlni'Mt Ihcth mul pimw'mnn-
laics, A lavish display of juvvuiry is
not conslderrd good taste un u yovinir
irlrl, a simple string of pearls ur small
ewels er * fewelcd ixmlant on a thr«.-t-'t-
llct. thn In lielnn nil tlmt Is really good
form. Hut there Is literally nu limit, but
the resources nr tlio purso to tlm amount
of Kern* n mnrrlpil wnmnn tyiiiv nut on
tviili iiroprmiy, Nniuniliy, ihi-mi orim-
ments must i-o handsome, for there Is
nothing more hopelessly vulgar than to
be Innded down with chenp Jewelry. If
one cannot afford really good Jewelry, It
I* In much better tnste to ko without It.
nie Imlr Is dretsml either liljjh or low,
* most becoming, and ttdorned with
prnarl ornaments of ribbon, rtowt-rs nr
Ilny ostrich Dps. Very rich women wrur
dl-nnuibd .lUft., -ipr,!).-., ;.i,>l tUiu*.
■       At the Opera nnd tlientre,
At the operii In New York n woman
rtifw'i'.v as for a ball. If a st-at In a box
or in a prominent part of the imruu.t Is
io p* octuplMl: In ot»r pa its of the
bouw |jljth drci-ses are worn.
For the theatre, wear a dressy cos.
Iiiino or a cloth suit, with n smart silk
or volvi-t waist. Nowadays, ladles al*
ways remove tholr hats ut tho theatre,
so (ho co'iuotUHh Utile tlioutio hat of
former years Is no longer fuslilonublo.
Any sort of dressy hut Is worn to the
theatre, and is taken oft before lhe curtain boos up for Die lirst act, uud luld
In the owner's lup dining thn perform-
uiico, If (noten id, ll cun bu left In the
dressliiM lODiii of the Ihualie, in New
York, however, this Is rarely dono, If
one comes tn u tlo.cd i-arrlago tu th«
play, no hat Is worn, but It Is In good
'nol,. tr. .I'nnr nn  oi'nnl*!,. fitut nt ^'ruii
which can bo removed und thrown ovor
lho 'mcV nf the rr-nt.
'Hvcnlri-*, Jlectptlona,  Curd Pr.itlei!
and Ohnflnfi* Slab AITaln.
Uvciilng receptions require full dress,
Hxuutly Ihu siimu sort of costume |s
worn us at balls und dunces,
At rani parties, unlnss thrv are turn*
aim i, iv mi on un .iluUitutu i.i:ult), or unless (lie host and hostess uro eiti.>m*-ly
conveiitlonnl  people,   the  ladles  wesrii
dressy hlith*iucked eowns or Incegowns'
with diaphanous yokes.
Chilling dish parties, lmlng Jolly, Informal affairs, rmiulre the same sort of
dress,
Dinner F-trtien
At Itirgn nm! fnrmil illrinur pnrtls*
women wfiir hnndsumc decollete gowns,*,
cxacily similar to Ull gowns, and llie *
hnlr Xh ilri.n4»*(l ni if for s ball. At
r-mnllur iilnnrr* their wear drsssy tot*
Itiilis wiih tiljth nm*k and long slssv**.
As fit nil entertalnrnenis given orter
( o'clock tn th* evening, dri'ss salts are
Imperative for the men.
Dress for church should lie ili.-li hut
simple, Anything showy or o*l»nt:itlous
Is In had tunc, A handsome tiillor
gown, coat and aklrt, with a pretty but
nut loo "funny" silk wulut, or it slmptu
woolen or i-llk lolletto, with u pretty hat
or bonnet und gloves mulching tlm costume, Is correct. In the summer dnlnly
mudo frocks of orgiinitle, linen, etc, can
be worn If Die weiillier Is hot, hut thu
womun's lu-uU must ulwuys bu uuvered
t-.' a hat, whatever lho weather,
All the various outdoor sports, riding,
golfing, yuchtlug, tennis playing, etc,
,.*-\*.   ,,..,.   M,',,iVfi|«*....   iwA.MI«,4.4i,   V.J.I..II
nre too well known to iiend a dctiillml
u'ckcnpuoti here.
Speaking stun rally, It may be said
thut In lho country dress Is ulwuys
plainer und more businesslike, und lewtr
(.-Imnges ure mnde lu lho course ot the
day.   Uut as eneh town hns ways nf Us
Own.   OfM>r>ni1liiir   trri-Hthi  n.i   ll.*.   >.' (u*,.
nf the surioundljig t-ountry, llie tasies
and tho aoclul positions ut7 Its Inhabitants, ll |i Impiisslblo lo Uy down s
law that wlll upply In all,
aood dressing Is by in- means u mat-
ter or moro money, ihe best dn-ssed
women and girls being often those of
modorate means. To rwHlse lhat this
Is an IndlsputatW fact, we have only
to marshal Worn'mir men'iil vision lh#
ruiiks of our actiuulniancca tu find that
-*• ,"•»» t*[.tUlnllesi In appearance Is
not Invariably *Xi* whn I* ii<*«i dn.lmi.*,!
wlib this worM's goods, but »he who
knows how to choose and put on the
apparel most becoming to her *tyl*-!!
and. above all I hint, a, -Just when and
where lo wear It.
OW ahnuld I know what Is
tho highest price any one
over paid for ambition''
.,, «. , . You know, Jack, I never
wcnUn 'or 8"eh a, strenuous thing as
nmbltldn. Ask Mrs. Markoo. She ought
to know a lot about such things, since
she divorced a devoted poor husband for
ii rich ono, and has succeeded In coaching her daughters Inlo malting proper
matches, Mrs, drinidy talks of her as
a woman who will sacrlllco all to her
ambitions."
"Uo Hcrlous, Kirk, Vou always try to
appear so frivolous when I know you
huvi* some secret sorrow in the way of
n disappointed ambition. When you
came from college you hud all sorts of
sorlous vloiys of life. In fact, wo nil
decided you wtliihl bn delivering sor-
inuna jo us befoiu long."
"Psliuwl I was only u mere boy then,
You shi, my mind has turned along different channels," Kirk answered.
"Can't suy I admire the Mow, since It
seems to hind you In the position of a
society louder,"
"Thut's bettor than moping ovor sermons which those sumo puoplu would go
to sleep listening to, Ilut thut thought
novel* exactly t<xtlii-'ulshed the halo
around thu pulpit for me. You see, to
Improve people with au Ideu uf one's
virtue Is u good thing."
Jack Howard is uno of those men
whom It Is refreshing to meet—u r-luir*
aiilni' not imrilculi-ily sliung, but who
mudu the host of whut wus In him;
und, ut leusi. wus ever naclilim fur
Hoimuhliig which would Improve his
possibilities, lie wus divining, If nut
di-oii,
Kirk CYrroll was something more than
an evi-ryiluy fnp, but ..no would la-iivr
suspect It upon meeting him fur lhe
lirst time, After u sitrlujs disappointment In himself he had iirfi-i.iiii the
role or society leader uud hud succeeded admirably,
Jack wuh ever striving to bring out
the guod in his It lend, which seemed
to grow more latent ot'ery dny. Jack,
one yi'ur lhe senlur, was ;"J.
"Tinu you did huvu aspirations some
Vl'iirm   iil-ftY"   iiiierli'il   .lnrlr
"Vea, uo doubt my triigiuua turn of
mind vjns tun inm-h n Ihlni; nf Kcntl-
inint, nue ut those things of beauty
'which was not u Ju>' foiuv*-r,' " answered Kirk.
-Tar I* It from me to qjivihm yuur
reasons, It sienis you snerllli-cil jnur
umbltlons pieliy cheaply; no tell me
what's the lowest prim uf u siu-illUi'd
liiiilillliin""  w, 1.1 ,1'iilr
"Ymii lire iiri'smiie, old man. Take
n clitur and foruft It. Xhm't >uu kimw
wu uro due ut Mrs. Murki^'a in u hi*
lie wlillnT" said Kirk,
"No; I won't Juke a cigar, and I
won't forget it. I tiuviViin.. 11 trying l.»
move m)-B4.]f m the point of talking to
ynu for two yuirs, Don't you know,
I fell you nre dlscnniftit.-d. Yon 11 m
not whnt you Horn, Kirkiun.l; ymi sru
til.1,11-  of  lln,   Hi.itill.il  t.u',lil*i  uu  lillv*
ud out ef."
"Oh, I tupiwt..* *4i, nines Musi tnmi
Ull, Ulld Ulllil dUSl llrnU nU.ili, tviiu ills the romimiti ini, J.ick, tr* »■> prony
lo Tie citing oiir's tioubles, but pmne-
how t am tclad you think loiter of me
than I d<***m-i<. I run ti*-t,-<-r fr.iiuw my
rtrnbliliin-lt   wuuld   break   fuilier  and
mother, Wo talked It over yeara ago,"
said. Kirk.
, "What! Your dovout Christian parents provont you from entering tho
ministry?" exclaimed Jack. ,
"Not exactly that, but tho church I
wish to adopt. Thoy-thlnk 1 have forgotten. Jack, They are old. Tho little
Kood 1 could do would not compensate
for ruining their lives,"
, "Kirk. J nm sorry I said you set a
low vuluo on your better self, Your
purposo was high, but not so lofty aa I
would havo thought you would look."
"Do you remember pretty Anna Parks,
who went nbrond to study ait?" asked
Kirk, "i met her In Paris tin- summer
lifter I came from college, Hlio was a
good typo of the Latin iimirter worker,
l took her tu dinner, und sliu told 1110
her story.
"Wo un thought her parents were
footing (he bills. Well, they nro snobs,
nnd cut her-off entirely bccutiso she
would not come homo und study; said
they would punish the umbliloii out of
her. Just us 'f every ono except (hose
Parks didn't know that people went
abroad not so much for Instructors aa)
for environment, Hlio supported herself
by writing for American newspapers,
Hhe wus of the right sort of material,"
"That's a prlco worth tulkljig of,"
"The lirlce Is higher I hen* (Tie nmbl-
(Ion. Hlio gave up much; aim sucrincad,
If not the liest, ui least thn most tempting of life's -joints. The higher the urn*
lilllon, tlm higher thr price must be
counted, since distant result* consist*
inlly looked forwurd to produce tho
higher form nf development. A woman
may luvi; ami give hi'isHf without the
right. Mere-1 en tint she gives her all;
but is the 'game wurili thu eandlur "
uski'd Jack.
"i'li'iisi, h't me hHve the r-lgsre, ami I
shnll follow ynu better. I have got nut
of the wuy of reasoning. I pluym! ihu
thinking pari for sevcriil years when 1
wus tiyliiif In fnrgvt. That ruin dues
not suit me now. Uo nn," suld IClrk.
"Yes, wn will, ou Ihu wuy 10 Mrs,
Murkue's."
Yit Ihe drive wus not a chally ono,
\t hi .,.(>.« t'.itM... ».*■! .,;-!-..   !•;„.,;;,,
Kirk asked. "Whsts your ambition nut*
Mile i.f Idi*.*, ui* di. A-iiU JW11) j*i..U( Jd.*I
llu-rcT-
"Yes, and no. 1 am not particularly
RifU'ii, and hard wurk brings me what
litilu num** I uiulii, Home iUy I
would l-'ke to bf a judge, and do a lot for
-mor people In the wey of righting their
wronuti.   You know tliey do nut huvu a
_»*l*   ..4..,,,.   I.,   .t.r.   p'.li.ly        (,*"*'?   7   *.'. ..-.^.,.!
iif bring u soldier—fflv!nf~fl.y llfe'to niy
toiintry seeiiied a brave end, 1 fell,
llmniili, that It waa not within me to
iu-rfiirm deeds which, would bring glory
to my land, an one life more or le«s did
i,m matter. I dirhlsd thu better pari
would Ik* the most good lo (lie greater
huinlier.
"Here we are." said Jack, aa Ih***-
siopiieti In front of Mrs. Murko*'* duoi.
iJuiing ttm vwiilng i*eu mninlit Xlrs,
Markov and led up to thu question up*
permoit In hie mind. Ktrk had put it.n
UniUH'il Uiutii by citllug livi anibilloii*.
Hhe suppuvi'd, *lii' saU, when »*krd.
lhat "Ilf* was thn greatest price, sn.l
ont> would tisv« to look is tne motive
I*fore proiMiuiiilng absclntlon. K*Pliers leave their fanttttee for the future
&ecort3tioj?jy
<Br*jtfte7*9
/}»/* J.ttc#
*
rrfind nf n unlvri'i* -Mt««lon'irli < 1<n..»
Itume for lite good of tliu savage; men
lay down llieir lives fur lli-w .i.unliyj
peuplo huve sucrlllt'cd ull fm* 11 lends •
nnd so on, \V« furgn*. n.i- i.l.'i j.bil-"-
iiplins ihelr »li(iiu-iiiiilii|(*i 111 llieir
liiililis becauso 1 liu/ ruvi- ...-en nm iil-i.i
uf a race.   Wo must do iniu tlili.,l Mill,
til     |« Vl-I|.*l, I        .I...' 41.       Il.-I
II t im vo when a suliJli-r wi.ulil i<ini,i. .->
Hpartari wotnnn of his v-iiv, 101 v,o
pr«ls« wnrliiy an.I ih>i>|.i .\...X\ Ari.i-
all, those who .lln in*vi-r lumw th'.- bit*
lurness of failure."
Jack knew this hint ni'iitimv rnirm
from some nine.. In lur Ii.mu. I In
longed lo know Imw uni'li linpi>l
liess fchi- had ilirivnl lnun li-1 hiiIkIImI
ambitious, liehlnd Inr dirk m , 4il,'iii
iisuiill-,' mv»m In 1 gl-.u if 1 ' -I.'.' I
merrlmcni, oim cimj.l jh*i- Hi   .>.•■.'.
"1)0 )uu know," 1,hit i.n,llmi.-l, u« tf
ju.m» rhriM ht.l l'< • 11 1 ....,'. I m 1 • •
"I could forgive nrimri if ■ 1,.r. • nun 1
noble purpoM*. I nmu i*i,i-i« ,4 it.-iuui
who was marrlwl in « p.inr t>>'. nndil-
ll.ius man Hi* r.is.l- hi*i I' -I »!■■ I.i.rn
ti«-rrd hla ambitions tO»> HI. ml) b<i:
n'./n  and   Xoak   hi*  rir.llilnii.    Id*  v<*4
made happy, li<.rnu«n, 1hi|h*> m-ire wM-
oni to in* nm mu 11 iu it to his wile, he
wim frcii to follow It.
."Hhe gave the best thnt she hnd, for
Mi.* bn-.i him H«t ill.* 1*1. nj;,.! 10 h*-r
1 lilliln-n, Hiin huvi* iiiji,Ii to un un*
jii.ttilul 4M.1I1I who invi'i kiii>w or cart*il
for In r sinrir.i-e. fur li.' was suct-essful."
KI1../11 ,,>,.. .in.j f.x.uH.,1 inr«rIf homily,
lb * *ti t>  i.f In 1  Mr
"Nn won.lir." tliiimglit hn, "that she
».'*i em!;.-. Hh • has civi-n mikh-a per*
f.-i 1 wir.. .nut mntlur"
Winn diiviiirf h'linr, Kirk rt-mnrked;
"Ih.* iiuiii:i- h.iu Mir led nn' Jiirarigety,
im.l nil in* whii,. 1 ktpt thinking of our
1 ill!."
.i.uk ii|i,iti-«) 1.1 Kit"«: tii« i'uin*rsatl6n
li - li»! unit Mis. Mailci.»
""• '■ ■ ** - liyu.j 1.1 1... I tU» hlilust
,.;..* pi,| f„r iiriibiii.iii," saiil Kirk,
' H1.1i n i><rt| pald-ly n iiiM.   We can
•i-v   I- t,,tt 4.   („  Md nf.-*,, 11* (fl* tr**.
IHIiU.     ..D.l     V4r    il)lM>l    |l4Vll     l.i    |»t     IIIIH
j'i'iri* wfi.) niuii i„. nnt or Int."
i,., li \<t,r,*,.,\ Kirk's Iim ml as he aaid
< .....I r.itii iu Mt Out t'-lng a society
J.'4d.r was s<»red." Kirk'* mmWtlon.
«  M. T.
Arc wc carrying your Advertisement in "TIIK LEDGER."   If not, j>ivi* it a trial. sf(\
THE FERNIE-LEDGER, FERNIE, B. C. FEBRUARY*   7, ,1906:
i he Canadian Bank of Commerce
Hon. G. A. Cox,   .
I*re->i4lsnt.   ,
OFFICE:        TORONTO"
E. E.-Walker, -Alex. Laird,
li-Bneral Manaser. As-,1. Clen'l Hanaeer
-CAPITAL, $10,003,000
,.     '.REST, $4,5O0,0"O0'
TOTAL ASSETS, OVER $98,000,000 .7
i3o br-a-istcst-ieb ^.ism agencies
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT, 'Depots of $,. a,,j->,.p.-
wards received and intorest allowed.    The depositor is subject to no  de-
l:iy wli;ite\erin Uie willidrawel of ihe whole or any part of llie deposit
Special -mention is drawn to our Bank Money Orders  issued  payable
in Caiitidn, United States, England, Italy in lire,,  Hungary,  Austria  in
kronen.     They form an excellent method of remitting monies at'-a, inini-*-,
mum cost.- . ''•;-' f
, A general Banking business transacted
Open on the pay-days'of the Coal Company until 9 p
FERME BRANCH        -     '      ■ -   -   ■    f
CENTA WORD ADS
Correspondence solicited,
m.
■nr.AS-iUi'IEDADVKRTriSEMEXTS UXDKR
*-• thu heailing. interred, at the rate or One
-•em 11 word each itiMirtiOl.. '
■FOR-'SAllB.
min in friar 11 1
Ql.l") .NKWUl'-Vf-EIW AT THTS OFJ?rCK.
VSXAi'.  Half aero in We-t fc'eniie, t-ood s
.     ^'.'.r.vlioiiso 011 tlie lHOiwit-c:   Apply Molt
jon fc Co.
0:
XKftTOKEY FKAMK   BCI1,UINU   lSxW
ood lec.ition  011 Victoriu Ave.
Apply, Molt Ron & Co.
Tor Sale oi- To Kent
I-IOI'SIJ AXJ) J.OT FOII-SAITR IN IVEST
,*-*-.. tV|iie.;-.i;ofc SJsUU.^ Good. I room house.
I'lii-siantii-iap'il.tuken nt-once, -.Eii-iy terms.
\jiply,ilott^Son& Co. \ ;     :- : '..,.  j.    -
B. MAY, Manager       f
Eastern Hritls.i  CohiinbliYs Associated Hoards of Trade
TUB 1-UES1 DENT'S ADDKESS.
'Vivsiileiit U. 0. Buchanan delivered
1 I'm CollmvliiB address which was lls-
tcucvl lo very    intently hy lho tlde-
Ksi-lrs Mill loudly"    applauded at    the
ToSti.7D«-lcBat«"   to --he gfi^Aj-
nual   Convention   of t-hc Associa
-       "cd Boards of Trade,   of Eastern
British Columbia:**-
Gentlemen— ■ ,,,miM.4.
1 l-liink    we are favored, . -through
having tlie opportunity of meeting in
the   hcautiful    niul thriving   city   ol
-'Cranbrook. .     ,      .
, At the request of the presidents of
the boards, in all of -the cities in
ivhicli municipal elections were due
to occur on the 18th inst, -which was
lhc ilav after thc day fixed toy the
constitution for out- meeting, I announced a postponement of our session for two weeks.
'' The inlcrvcning week was -that set
tor Hie curling bonspiel at Rossland:
"an event in which our secretary-a*n*d
several other of our active members
were interest.-*.., and it was cr. this
account not available for our meet-
. ing-
We have had ..within the year industrial peace and prosperity within
our holders, and our,order paper -does
not disclose any question of special
dilliciilty that is to coisc before us.
. Of the matters 'dealt with' last
year, several have been sett-led-to our
' entire satisfaction.
The duty asked for upon corroded
lead was promptly and fully granted,
all though all other tariff changes
were held in abeyance..
The commission to investigate   the
zinc resources of the district a-nd   to
.report, ujion   methods  of   treatment
■was appointed and spent a part ■*■ of
the summer -in the field and 'has now
-its report under preparation.
■     A  judge   of   the   county court    of
" East  Koo'tenay    lias been appointed
JLanil—is—install ed—in—office 7, L^__
,,' Tlie"Coast to Kootenay railway, a
*' .work* long and urgently 'deniaii-ded,
■but-one- of great engineering -difficulty, is now under rapid construction,
as are also Jinks in the chain 'that
, is ultimately to give our friends in
lhe Boundary, districts an alternative outlet tb the main line of ' the
Cana-dian Pacific railway.
1* regard the creation of a'Dominion Department of Mines, as (from
our jioint of view) one of the most
important things that wc - have ever
asked for. Thc resolutions adopted
at our last- meeting on this subject
were duly forwarded .to the Dominion Government and were particularly urged upon the attention of the
Minister of thc Interior, the active
representative in the cabinet of western interests, and the minister who
alrAady lias 'as a -branch of his department, thc geological survey ami
.'JMIEKOMIOWIXII l'lUNTEl' OAUUS ARE
"-*-- for .--.Uo at this oilico, prico 25 run ts each:—
•'lloi-ra*. To'Let, .Al'l'l.v Within." "Kurnlslieil
KaomA To "Lut Apply Within.-'    '• -''*
■>■ y ■   ." ■--,.' ■ - /'*-v,*i_..v.     ■-' j~7 .
Head Office s  Hamilton, Canada.
Capital *$2,4l5$6o-   %ie$zvvk->$2,4l5;000
;-    , . acta*. Mssets * $29,000,000      ;    *
Hon. Wm. Gibson, President.. \7 A  " .
J. Turnbull, Vice-President and General Manager.
74 Branches throughout Canada
Money Or dcrs aid Drafts issued, payable in Canada or abroad.    "'
,   ' Foreign drafts cashed.    Special advantages in S.-ivings Department.
: * t ■   -        *.-(j „^ ^     i n
, Open in the. evening of tlie Coal Co;£ pay-day from 7 till .9
■ ,j-      '   -., " '■-       *     Ji R.' LAWRY Agent KERNIE 1IRAKOH
HOl'SK TOR SALE-KrilMSHKD,- NEAR
wluwtlie mino train stojn, near the stu-
-S'icic for 11 small fnuillv,   I'lioo
Apply Molt, fen Jt Oii...   •—>s
sum.- "Xo. IS
."it), coiripletii
■ Mil, m i. iniin 11    4 mi
While this has been so we see the
fact, report ed, that iii the -twenty
mile belt along tlie line of llie Canadian Pacific railway; 'which belt is
policed by the rangers of the Dominion Government almost^complete
immunity from loss . wa-s secured by
the expenditure of a few thousand
dollars.
We are asked to join in conf-ratu-
lalions because the provincial. budget*-shows a surplus of receipts over
expenditures of $300,000.00. We
applaud -this result, but we must* set
against this surplus of, cash in the
treasury, the'grim fact that the resources of the province have-1 been
depleted to the extent of millions of
dollars by the destruction of timber, which destruction might-■ have
•been ■ by strenuous ' effort.. tvnd' a
moderate' expenditure prevented..  .- :-
The time is rapid'iy passing,- •'during which the' * fiction can be ;success-
fully* maintained, that North ' America, or-indeed „ any country in -the
world, with the. possible exception-of
Sibfcri.i, has in reserve 'any - consWcr-
aWe stock of timber.   .        ''"•'.
As regards our own; toriRory,-.'I
think we should recommend'Lb'', the
"provincial government .that:'.: '' 7. , -.-.
1.' A larger number--of'-■*fire .wardens 'be appointed. •     •'  y-■■'r        ; ,.
r2. Such wardens • must' have'- authority: .-.•„■- .-.;; ; ."-■.: /
To employ in'.' eme'r-genr-y. ail
needed. 'assistance. *
WANTI.D
JAPANi:-*-.-:   L'O'OK-JIOTI-.L or IIOAltlllXfj
.   J louse.   Eininirn lit t'nioii-lluniniii'iiiii.
-Ki
Tonders
'IIKXHKILSWILL UK IllCCI'.lVKl! J1Y THE
■*■ iir.ilursiKiioil up U. TliiirMluy. l-Vlnuni-.v flh,
Iflivj. f.-i- iho r.uililmic of tliu cily Imoli.s for lSHUi
riiuliookntoliu .liulitf.l ii\erv'Hni.4* niunths.
J. W. Khuh, City UlOi k, Kurmo, 11. (', -lamiurv
.Mill, VJUll. . ■' •
(a)
(1>)
Ashcroft Potatoes
rWe are iinioadiii-^5 a iOaV of•■"fliie TV hite
Mealy Ashcroft Potatoes.-      v i
Leave yowr ord^r and get a sack  of
the best Potatoes in the market.
Pay Cash and get palue ^6r your Money
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' The. People's Grocer,   P. O. Block, Ferni*
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thu mining bureau
In reply, tho honorable minister assured us of his hearty acquiescence
in the proposal, and his intention to
advocate its adoption,
Events lhat havo since occurred
have also tewilwl to create generally
in political circles tho .impression
thut such a change Is con-temp Initial
iu the near future.
Tlio executive has within 'the last
few davs a(-;alti put the ma-tter before thi* UiRlit Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and this convention will he nsl.-
eil to endorse further efforts in tho
..aiiii* direction.
Tlio territory represented by this
Association, is par ■eiu'ellenco tiro
iniiiin^ district of Canada, and it
devolves upon its lo tako a Ica'dliiR
part in the aiiiUMon for proper re*
eoicjiillon of our Industry,
In tho niatler of an act which was
last year proposed iu lho provincial
li.'.s'l.slatuie, coinpulsorlly lirnltlu*-; to
oijylil liours, tlm leiifft'li of a day
wiii-.li any niiin'tniglti work in a
sriieltei', tho pasRnRe of which act
was opposed by this association. Tho
oiilcomu has been tha/t tho act was
not adopted, hut tho matter -has ..icon
t liken up, by friendly iwiROtlaMoTi bo-
tween tlm cm'iloyors -anil the ena«
ployees, at all the fimMtt'rs within
mn- tririloiy uiul timlcubiy set/Hod.
lloardii of trade am always in favor nl tho i.djiistiiu-nt ot such tines*
'Ion by mutual ciiiichshIihi, and arc
iihvjiy.'i prepnri'il io li*ml their help
to hi In-- about Kitcli adJiiKtinentii.
liiiai'ils of trade uro always In favor nf llie ntnioNt llhernlity nf treatment nf I'liipliiyees, thai. Is consist.-
i'ii I with tliu llfo and prosperity ol
ih.- lii iipiirv coiiferiitil,
llii.inl-i of I rade are always in
f.ivi-r iif iiiiM'iiiics cik-uliiliil to pro-
iiiuli' llm IkmIUi and safely of Inlwr-
ini1: mi'ii.
Ilii.ird.'! of 1nule oii ilu> dtlier hand
nhji'i-l. lo Inflation, (iililtnully nl-
li-i'iiii; tlie basis of runt met ns be-
Hvi'i'ii   ImliviiliialH,   nihil rarllv    il«-
J'llVIHt'    lliil|\MIII,ll,-4   III      lln-   nnlti     111
i-onlr-i'-l. -.Hid tn |i',;l'lail(,ii io-idjn^
the slntiitc hook Willi resli'li'llons
I'lifm I'liblt! hy pi-u.iltlj'-!, ditTcHii
n,',.ilns| notion;! ((Mich as overtime
wiii-Ii) wlih-li lU'llfitis ure in Ihfiiisi'l-
vi's   slricllv lec'itimnlc,   anil    which
IIKIV   .■>(      llinr-:     i'i-   :i1i.-,.lnti«li-   iifipim.
-..ii y.
Sniiic altoiiipt   wan m.id« by
liiovliiciul    Jc^; I si at iiid at    lis
.'ii's-sloii    Inward    dcallni?     willi
liij'.'ii'i'valliiii  nl foicxls.
A few   fuii'iit    ran^orK   wero
[mlnti'il,, iiiiiI vvcii-!, on duty from May
Inst imi|1 Septi'inhcr HOi-h,
Tlir.'-i' ollicials Mi'in to have had
at Itn-li- (llsposal, tiHUht -money with
wliltli to employ nun in imht nrrK,
mil .'-mutiny jiiovfs.nii-i iitidir which
|l|-|iSP(:llt|l)liH      fOUllI       be  JiUCt-*BlilulIjr
ijiairiUiiiiil ,'u*aiii,st |}h»m. n-spotisjblc
for Ihi' uii.-Jii ol flri-fi.
Within our territory and probably
iih m.ttiy tiiTi.-r |jui|-> of »««
Uroviiu*,-, ((/(> Itvi inmtni'r fi.ir ht>ert
''in* of ii,,. worr.l   on rfinnl a:;
HrXXAi  ttiii'll  .IcijtriU'tlWI.
tho
last
the
ap*
Ao
te.'
To' Inv^tiga-tie, '.the ■ o Kgih' of
all unJawfurAfj-ces: and ■" to'
prosecute -, offch-de'ijs; ,\vhet-her
damage has*' ■ atisen'l7-from
their carelessness or- hot.' - '
(c) To employ, counsel foi- ' tlie
conduct of prosecutions.'. -  '
3. Such wardens- -he'held-strictly
respoirsi'ble for the efficient discharge of their duties.
4, Legislation ■ be enacted providing that all expenditure incurred in
enorts to suppress' any particular
fire,-may be recovered, from the party .responsible for the''origin of- the
fire. - ' ' * .
. In th's connection-1 beg torcm<n*d'
you of a resolution adopted at    our.
-meet'in**?'—A.t_*fferr-.'n_i. i,4-^>_*,p.«.... ;-.-,	
in which we asked -the provhicial government to set apart somewhere.- ih
the pine lands of .the valleys of--the
U-duiitbia or. Kootenay rivers in East,
kootenay, a- tract of timbered land
to be maintained as a park reserve
I recommend that this request be
repeated, and* that the government be
urged to take action; before the
lumberman's axe and the bush fire
shall have completed -their -deadly
work. ,,-   -   ;     -   . '
_ Soon' in the adjacent. prairie provinces there will be a population of
millions doomed to" spend their lives
upon treeless plains.
To these a near-by resort such . as
this valley in its primitive state affords will be as a foretaste of I'ara-
Thc Canadian Paciiic railway
which iu the future will profit by the
transport of travellers to- such a
■spot, might well.: be asked to cooperate with the government in its
establishment,   .* .    ■
!i-l,;'?iilw,1ly I01?1* norUl a»** south
th lough the Kootenay and Columbia
t7s,M,r?"!,Mllli10i"1 °'»   the
Crows Nest Pass lino lo some point
on the main line of tho C. j"    t  |
j.1, work for  which the lime is -fiilly
I bolievo that this convention will
Up all it can to assist 'the communities winch have for several years
past, -jeajously and perscverimrlv
promoted ibis project.   '     ^"'"t'J
llio lower lying Uwls of tlio   dls-
..n i ^i0 ■*ec»"*i,1'ri famous for tho
proiliiol on of fnifl and berries.
I ns business has .become an im-
ioi-1'.Tri-t and welcome ad-illtion to our
1st of nva-iliibio Industries.
llioso intcrostod have-ht-roro. ■ us
sovoral jnattors whicli for thoir wel-
faro roquln■ wljustment.     ulcu.,wel.
hllorts to provent. the introduction
of fruit pests, or to suppress -thoni
i, It-ir incipient ,st.igeH, Wiin-weat
futiii-o economy, h
fnlii'1™8? iltat .V10 '«.««-1» «f Wio
ii,,i raSi' ,for ;l'h0 mmiii of lirotw-
i « 'J!fiH H0 aiwHty uinphnslxeil by
though not -very large, in the output
of coal- aud coke from the mines of
the Crows Nest l'ass Coal company.
The newly opened mines, and newly
built coke ovens in the.l'ass on thu
Alberta side of the line, have divided our markets with our own product; . * -
- In this connection I desire to mention .an -error in our leaflet of last
year, through which the qiiaii'tity of
'coal* converted into coke, was not
deducted-from the total (niaulity,mined.. Making allowance for-this' 7 it
'will'bp "found that the-value of, coal
and coke produced aiwl' sold,this
year,! .exceeds hy ..$300,000.00 that of
last year. •'
-.The totals as they'stand are highly , satisfactory, constituting liiOa
the most prosperous year we 'have
ever had,, and indicating .the rapi I
and solid growth of our great staple
Industries..   ■  _ .'*■* .
"• As a* matter'of record I desire to
note as events of thc year: The completion of the Sullivan'smelter, a-t
Marysville, and .the successful operation in connect ion with it of the
IIuntington-I-IelH*rleiii4 .roasting process. The erection at Frank, Alberta;' (jusi outside of our 'territory)
of the. zinc smelting plant of tho
Canada- Mf-l-al -Co-., a plant, now-approaching completion, •the ore "supplies of' which will, it i.s presumed,
be entirely drawn, from oui1 territory. The renovation of the smelting plant' at Pilot , Hay, after - nine
years -;f iillc-iwss". Extensive im-
.proyemmts, and a prosperous year of
operation'' At : tlio■ Granby ' Canadian
(Trail) and Hall mines smelter.. The
rise   .to-  prominence of    the Nickel
.TJ.I n.l^i—T,, i n n_«.l TJ/...1 i^,r.^.a I ... i 11...".. ,..
a- lutv-iiiuii.—O.U-.--1 j4.".i icr,—ui!ii44i4,,iniu<;li-
district. The ■ continuous operation
of,,the B.C. Copper company's smelter at Grecnwacd. The re-organization of thc.affairs of the Dominion
Copper . company, with the promise
of virtual reconstruct ion of . its
plant. The diversion ,for 'a part "of
the ■ year, of the'output of -the LeRoi
mine to th;>' Canadian Smelting
works. The snnsolklation of three
ot Mie 'great mines of'the district,
tbe St. I'lugo-ne, Center Star-ami War
Eagle, -together .with the Canadian
Smelling worka, into one company
aiid under one management. The
completion and successful initial
operalion of white lead works at
Montreal,, The beginning of railway construction from Midway to
tho coast, and from Y-ahk to Spokane.
• Thc prices of metals have steadily
risen during Hie year, and are now
at a high -level, willi no -apparent
prospect of a (let-line. Quotations
at Mm present are: In New York,
silver, fi.-ijj cents; - copper, 18 cents.
In London, lead .Cl7,0,0 and spelter
.120,(1.(1. The iead bounty paid by
lho Dominion; igovoriiiiK-.it cctis|L*s
aut-nmivtlrivlly when lead in London
is qiiolid ad,* .-I'll!,0.0, Tho quotations havo hi-en continuously -above
this figiiri) since Deeemht'r first, (at
one. timo as high as K17.1B.I1)' nnd
eimscqiiwl'ly no bounty has been
earned for thn lasl two months.
For lho lineal year whicli closed on
Juno .'iOth, 1(10,1, the amount of
•bounty earned was $.'137,210,01.
■ So far on Mm present year (seven
months) owing to tint high market,
the earnings of bounty li-jive been
only about rfHfl.Olw.llO.
I -desire to thank (ho iilllcoi-s and
moin'licrs of tlio local boanls for tholr
cordial ep-opera-lion in the. work of
the yonr.
Vnlue or liiinbei- nnd 7iii.in>i'ii*ls pro
iliici'd in Southern Yalo and Houtli-
crii I\ii:j-u*ii;iv in  lllfl.-i;
5
a d.iy
to me
goes
by but some one conies
for glasses,-i'-who  have been
fitted (?) elsewhere. Why not investi-
gate this matter beforehand ?. Why;
;   ■     ,-•■„■    ,„'i
pay   good, money for   incompetent,
serviceand glasses that aj-e'^vorse than;
none at all? If you3come to me in the .
first place,,, yoii   will   be'; correctly
fitted, and avoid needless„expense.
*    Examination Free
Hours    I   to  6   and  7   to 9 p. m.
■   s} <'
Dr. R. L. Bybec
Office Rooms 7 & 6 Hotel Fernie
The Palace Drug Store
"•^•""""-■TirTriTmn-i
;   Just Opened Out in the Crow's Nest  -:
Trading Go's Block, Victoria Avenue - *
EVERYTHING COMPLETE
v.
H.-.Fr McLEAN,     -     - a -.   (Manager,,
The Rovar Shoe Store
tho convention.
I firm-line t)m*t from this youi and
e '^passrs Jwhs Is
As a fitwrMng point, I ,na„    ,„-,
. tim*t, tlici-fi nre now uljiiiui  Tn
our dhtr Di    40,000 frult KiStT B J
>mi   was wiitth nno,.
Rt'-s-t, tlm-t tlicn! ftro'now ijiiliui
our-illstrlol.     .Ill Ann i.„.i. '"tt"lwl
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■"••u   t*> Iwyii ihvn laii.oou.ono ii'«t
«vor tl;o year befuic   u
•mill
liall
HT) iiim-aw
■'«,«o(i,ooo teoi.
Tlii! niiiilt'-tlti'? t-owlltlons u-pm'nnt
vliolly   sjitlsfjwlot-yr,   ;,"   ,7,5 ° not
"i tliclr nomlfiAl cftpacMy,-*
rtinne or ihu new mills aro nittiuli
'•F mi'iilmtHcal Rk||| flmi |„,",,,(,,. Zl.i
on mnnnny ami cfllcleiicy. will'Imiir
iinibor cflinlim i„t0 U^Ja. I«    £
Tht st;U.|«Hes
P^tot.,is-al£S'^^few?K
nin«r»l   output   for IMS |„ !"
Mem   Homo palm in   tlm roll,, R
niul villif|c«lift*a of flicmi, nml     »«""
llm flRiiri-.i ns- rnniparoi  witli tl,os(t
Kivt'n in our p.ihli.shtil leaflet  if laut
y/ur'n   produolfmi,   abow
iliiii iwhe In Rold ami    ull
fin?1 'nCreil,i0   ,n CflMcr- k>ai«    uxxA
,Jr'li«SXf!'*i"*,i^. "' *w" <*r thai
our mine and smc ter niaiiancri!  ar.i
learnJugto   trtat,    a,«l Ktract
t-lMcs from   ores    «f   lower i;raile.
*«th .«   forrn-irlr  were kft iu    U,»
iiiiiit, or (iti tlw dump.
Tlipr**  lias been  an   Incrcacd,  al-
showed himself to be practical, intelli*
Kent, shrewd and quick to grasp the
pertinent points.
Dr. Wall, R. L.- T. Galbreiith and
A I>. Fenwick, lhe Fort .Steele delegates, were very much in evidence in
lhc work of the convention,- and whal
they said was always listened to with
interest, as all three of 'the .gentlemen
are pioneers in this countryand could
(■ive information llial was reliable, and
important on most subjects.
Secretary McKenzie of Rossland, has
been been, kept busy with' his oilicial
duties. . In'iiii organization of this kind
lhe members came from all parts ofthe
country and deal out the • liot- air,'"but
when it gels right down "to points, lhe
-secretary-ddes-the-woikj-backed-up—,by-
thc president'. A poor secretary, and a
poor,president would mean failure, for
an iissocialion ofthe diameter, of ihe
Associated Boards of Trade. ' Fortunately in Mr. McKenzie and Mr. Buchanan lhe association lias' two of the
best men lo be found.,   ,.,
J.J. Campbell,of Nelson, made some
restrictions on ihe press at to-day's
meeting that were hardly fair. Men in
Campbell's*position should understand
tliiil no reputable newspaper .desires' t*;'
misrepresent lhe conditions, but sometimes they do u'rongow-ing to the fiict that
men with a knowledge of certain news
llial the public is entitled to, refuse to
give the newspapers- the information.
The nowspiipers (if British Columbia, at
personal sacrifices, with intubating energy, wilh small returns, hnve loyally
and faithfully stood by-the province and
the people, and niudi of lhe prosperity
of the province today is due lo the nowfi-
papcrs who have everlastingly kept
hammering at llie public the wonderful
resources of this land.
Sniiih Curtis mnde a strong plea for
llie education of the rising generation
of British Columbia, and excornled the
past governments for giving away to
corporations such vast areas of the
lands of the province, insteiid of reserving a percentage for thc school fund of
llie province. British Columbia will
never be a great province unlil the rising generation is, properly educnled,
and they never will be until the burden
of education in small communities is
taken od' lhe shoulders of the fow in
those communities. The young men
must ho educated Mr, Curtis' resolution provided llial one-eighth of tlie
public lands, including coal iirenH, he
set aside for the henelit of the school
luiul.
1 Are, You Reading   ,
Lowery *s
Claim?
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IKiiiiii iliii Cnnilirlmk  iiinilil,!
Or, Iliggins, nm'of thn l-Vrnie del-
egiius, I'liiiu' in |,ne hut gol to work In
on r»u». t
Mr
Ml'llti
i-i •»'   ili.ii vili"   )i,i|H1    \\\i)   llilU'   a
goo.l report.
t I). V. Mott, of Fcrnit', took an nr*
live inii-ivm in the work of tlio meeling
iuul ilaiv waw liulo, if anything, lost
whlli- In* was present.
J. I., l-totiilliu I.', of Knslo, is one of
ilu-1"-\ known men in the conveniion
and i-- ilim-oiiglily fiimilliar wilh (lie
nWhU tii,ii I-, ptvM'iilt'd.
everjliody ivills liim
In f.iil Mr. I'r.irlcr
never ini-.-i...; ;t tnteiiiig of this clinrncl-
or and is n honsli-r for llm Kootenuys
p.t**-1-*;,,-'!. .in*,
^Smlrf, i'(iiif,., of f»,T -.f.inJ, proved
Imn-.. If ;i i.uvi-r nf ».|ri*ngtli In llio various .irt'.tiihj'nN "thai came up.    lie
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of the * choices'; literature of"
the century.' P   l*   I*
Send a dollar to K. T. LOW"
, ERY, Nelson, B. C." and get
, it regularly for. a year and
.rise out of the rut;     "l*   *t*
W. H.-MUIRHEAD & "CO.,
,    Sujcessors to H, A. SENKBF.IL.
HCB^.X)QTJ^.IiTEIES;
For Boots, Shoes and Rubber'Goods
FRANK
l'r-oii- tlm Prank I'ul'ur,
Jos, McFnrlnnil of l.lvlnffstonn line
sold lilu Ini'go ranch to Ocovgo Jack-
boii, nM'Ynnl*. Tlio cnnniilcmtlnn
was fU^CXXX,.
Somo ol I-'oi-nlu'fl host tulnnf, iibsUI-
oil by onn or two local fllnpfiirn, (jtivn
n concert In tlio HhrIo-a hall Saturday
ovoning Inst lor tlio lioncllt ol' a fain.
Ily In Fornlo which Iiiir suflVircil fin-
vcroly (rom a visitation of fovor, lm.
Inu' l'croiivml at tlio sanio tlmo of
tlii-nnmenik'i'H of tlio funilly,
Milo linn at 1-iHt boon mado a po^t
oilico. Hopcrlntcnilont W. \\ Will.
laniHortlio coul company Iiiir boon
iiI>po!titcd poatmiiBtci' and lina (junll-
lied. H is ox peeled that tho oilico
wlll lin opened nt onco nnd a mall
route oHtabllnlicd between Frank nml
r in,
I*.it*,.
i no uu.L<:
ll ill \ni iit \\tii Wcol*
o.rn MovonTiMlp e.omj-mny'H -fttnrr*.
Hurry Ward who In imw In oluirpfo
of t.io Crow's Ncdt Jobblntr Compn-
iiy's stoic nt Coleman Icoih lilmsolf
a moKi. foi-lunato Indlvlduiil. Ho la
tins Ilnrry Ward concerning whom
VIW )>ICr.A li.AJftVLC.ilC6   IlilVti   XW  ntiXXiX)
days been spccnlntlntrnnto bis where*
nltoiitft, as lio wns supposed to hnvo
beon a I'ln-sonRer on tlio lll-fntcd
fitontner Vnloncla which war wrecked
off Capo Hoalo last wook. Mr. Ward
bad n sinffnlnr escape. Ho lind boon
ciiR-iffcd to como to Coleman to take
clmrfiro of tlio Jobbing company's
store In tlie nbsonctiof Mnnncer Pollock who win kavlnfr lor Kn«:lnrid,
nnd lind lxx>kcd passftRo on tho Valencia from San Francisco, bnt Mr.
Pollock lualm/ In a hurry toleavoand
to-uivo time, Mr. Word camo by rail,
It was tinu- that bis name apiJcarod In
the raaacnKci'.IlaC white he.. tECAjMid
tlio ratenftliivie who tailed by the
utenmcr.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
The Fernie Cartage Co.,' sell good
dry lamarnc iit $2 ii-rick., --'
Carmicli.iol, tliu tailor, haR just received the nobbiest Mock of Tweede
for, SpJin-? Kuita and overcoats evor
brought into Fernie.  ,
Buy your dry*Mnmnri.c fron'i the
Fernie Cartiige Co., only $2 a   rick.
- Lolnis mako you a fancy vost from
one of those choico now iinttonifl. Come
In ami aco tliom. .J. Curmicliiiol," tlm
tailor.
Good dry - tnmnrac wood at two
dollars n rick from lhe Fernie Cartage
Company.
Thc King Filward Ilolel occupies a
prominent, position in Fernie only a
step or two from the C. P. R. depot,
and convenient* to-.business. houses in
thc city.
Two dollars n rick for good dry tiim-
aracis cheap.1 Duy from the,, Fernie
Cartage Co.
Elect rolyilo coppnr hns ntlnst fallen
sovernl polnln in tlm mnrkot and lii now
qnotoili at m. Silver and lend sit
stand nUdglillffurofl.
Tho Ladies Aid tof the Methodist
Church are making great preparnlions
for their sale of aprons nnd other use
ful articles on Feb 20II1 in Todd1!
Block, They will also serve tea from
5 to 8 p. in, Jlu sure to plan to give
litem 11 cull. No admission feci charged,
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Tonic"
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tonic, It eonliiliis modiclnal
clement-, not found In nny of the
piilt'iit niL'illu-Ini'*. "I'rivt'iii.NK"
l.i a regular pracllclntf pliyslclnn'i
forintila. A tonic for weak peoplOi
for men of bii-jiiu*sii worries, for tlio
tired niotlier, tlio pnln, languid
girl, Voung girls jutit budding into .
womanhood | elderly pooplo who
foi*! (lint w,vi!{ii.*i!<i dun tii old ni*'rt
find it 11 remedy they cannot do
without. It ruKtoms vitality, ere*
ntUH rich, nowttilooil, rumovos all
linpuriticM, jitrcnKlhcn'j tho nerves.
If you need a trial ask druggist for
"l-J.VCIIINi*."
QREATK8T OP ALL TONI08
8 ylyiilnL
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AU DRUCCI8T8-0NE D0LUR-NEI, THAI
DR T. A. ttOCUM, UmlUrt
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Minard's Liniment Curci DJitcmpcr.
We also carry a, full line of  A ''-,
TRUNKS" MEN'S SOCKS    5    -   .SUIT CASES.,
WOMENIS STOCKINGS CHILDRENS STOciciNGS*
GRIPS   MEN'S GLOVES AND MITTS, :
  ALL  GRAPHS       * :  :...
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Fine Stationery
We cany a splendid line of fine boxed  Stationery  that
will commend itself to the most fastidious. ;Also/ ruled
and plain paper by the quirp, in the latest styles.   ;
Envelopes to match.        A ■' ■»..    ■
School Supplies
Boohs, Pencils, Pens, Erasers, Slates, School Bags,
Scribblers,—-or anything in the way of School Supplies
at the lowest prices. We make a specialty of the wants
of the rising generation.
N. E. Suddaby,
FERNIE DRUQ   STORE
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Dry Goods
Specials
Travellers' Samples of Curtain Ends from 35c to
45c each,
Travellers' Samples of Women'!; and Children's
Underwear at manufacturer's' prices*
Special values in Table Linens Napkins, Towels,
Toweling, Quilts, Sheetings, & Pillow Cotton.
Ladies' Ringwood Gloves from 35c to 50c for 25c {%
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New Spring Styles in 20th Century Clothing.
Select yonr Suit early. We will guarantee vou
a perfect III,
Boots & Shoes
We carry nothing but the best Shoes from the best
American and ('nnndinn manufacturers at prices
lhat suit the pocket.
Grocery Specials
Peaches 2 for 25c,
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Canned Fruits.    2-lb tins
tins Plums a for 35c,  Green Gage, L)mfari
.   Yc low, IiKK or Hluc.   Orange Moat 2 for ^c.
2  bottles Chow  Chow   Pickles   ior
nssortcd Jelly Powder for 25c,
2-Ib
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