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Vol. HI No. 20
;Fernie, B. C, January 11, 1908
$1.00 a Yeah
103, and the highest 43,278. The
other four names guessing the
same as Walter Hill were F. Kent
D. James, S." W. Tulk and Fred.
Young. The prize consists of an
electric train and ample tracks,
including badges and stations,
the outfit weighs 50 lbs. and is
worth   in   the neighborhood      of
D. CA Corbin to Operate Coal"90
Measures in East Kootenay
If. all goes well with the application of the" company known as
the eastern B. C. railway company
for permission to* build a railway
the first ten miles of which will
run from the Crow's Nest Pass to
the Loop, British Columbia will,
within a few months have another big producing coal company,
says the Victoria. Colonist. An
intimation that the Company will
apply for incorporation at the
next session of parliament has
appeared for the last few weeks
in  the British  Columbia  Gazette.
It now transpires that back of
the company is D. C. Corbin, the
well known capitalist^. arid* railway man of, Spokane.
The bean guessing, contest' at
the Crow's Nest Trading Co's.
store is over, and th« winner has
been announced.' The exact num-
' ber of beans by. actual count was
6000. live contestants guessed the
same number 5,982 which necessitated  a - second  draVing,   rete'jult.
"in*_* in Walter.Hill winning. Thos.
Biggs and GAG. Meikle doing the
drawing.".- To show the variance
of guesses the lowest estimate.,was
Ottawa, Jan. 10.—The Interior
department is drawing up regulations* which will require that all
emigrants seeking admission to
Canada must come to this country direct from their place of
birth or their country or citizenship. This will apply both to Atlantic and Pacific, and will put
an end to the emigration * of Japanese from Honolulu to British
No. 106, Local, arrive 8.05 a.
ni., leave 8.20. '   "   *■ "
No. 6, Express, arrives 18.23 p.
in. leaves at 18.33.
No. "5, Express, arrive 9.45 a.
rn., leaves 9.55.
No. 105 Local, arrives 14.30 p.
in., leaves 14.40. . ,  ,/
With the discontinuance of the
Soo-Spokane flyers, the C. P. R.
have arranged so that all passengers/ for Spokane, SeSRle and
other, points are carried on the
regular train, making connection both ways.
Bom—To Mr. and Mrs. G. Wilson, Bellevue, a son, on Jan. 8.
Expjosion in -Hinonhn. Mine
May [nd Fatally
Edmototon. Jan. 10.*—Perhaps
a fatal accident at the mines of
the Parkdale Coal Co, north of
tlie city yesterday, when James
Taylor, a miner, was frightfully
burned about ■ the legs and body
by an explosion, in the mine
shaft. The unfortunate man was
working In the shjait some distance below the' surface when the
explosion  occurred.
Dr.' Ferris was summoned , and
the injured miner was removed to
the Public hospital.
The mine.was not very materially damaged hy the explosion aad
it will prob,ably>.be in positiion*
to resume operations. in a day or
two. The cause of the explosion
is   rising  closely  investigated.*-
Given up os
Dec. 6iii
for Canada
• Winnipeg, Jan. 9.— James L.
O'Brien, a lad of only 16, was today sentenced at Pembina, N. D.
to life imprisonment for the murder of his chum, Arthur Leclaire,
a youag railway brakeman on the
night of December 22nd.
Kootenay  Fruit Lands
WHY not buy a tenor twenty "acre fruit farm which will yield y
from $300.00 to $600.00 profit per acre per year? Situated in t
LOWEB    J^ttttO-W-    L^KZIE
District with a most.delightful climate and splendid shipping facilities.
; We pay purchaser's expenses to look over our land.,   It Stands
■ ■ * *' "
Crow's   Nest  Pass   Investment   Co.,   Ltd.
Lethbrldge,    Alberta
Queenstown, Jan. 8.—The long
overdue Canadian. Pacific steamer
Mount Royal steamed slowly into
QueenstowrL- today, and the news
of her safety was received with
gladness in shipping circles. She
had been last, reported off the Lizard, December 10, and-watch was
being kept.for ber on both sides
of the• Atlantic,.and as far south,
as Bermuda. She left Antwerp, on
December'7,  for St.  Johns N.  B.
She had on board 300 Hungarian emigrants and a crew of about
100 meni She was 'definitely sighted ol. Oldhead of Kinsdale, 16
miles west of this port early today.* She was then proceeding
slowly under her own steam, and
signalled that she was coming in
here. She declined the help of a
tug sent out to assist her and
came in alone. The trouble with
her .boilers'1 was the reason that''
Mount Royal had put back. " She
is at.best a slow boat and shortly after.leaving the British coast
she encountered a series of violent
gales. She battled with the heavy
weather for. a fortnight, until
Xmas. 'eye, when serious, trouble
with her boliers developed. The
steamer was then in longtitudo
21 west, and latitude *43 north.
The engine.room staff ultimately
succeeded in obtaining a moderate
supply of steam, but the weather
was such that the captain reluctantly declared it was' best 7 to
make for the Irish coast. Passengers and crew are all well.
sa'nford DODGE CO.
All the plays presented by Mr.
Dodge this season arc* -nld friends
to devotees of the theatre, and
like old time and tried friends are
ever welcome.       *  *
Mr. Dodge has selected an exceptionally clever company this,
season, Miss Louise Marshall the
leading lady has made rapid progress since her debut a few years
ago. In a recent article of the
New York Dramatic Mirror she
is spoken of as being one of the
most promising , young actresses
on the American stage.
At the Opera house one night
only, Thursday January 16.
THAT the,practice ot children
skating on tht sidewalks is a, very
dangerous on* to pedestrians, and
he noticed two or three very narrow asoapin from it,
, ■>   t  •
THAT tha piano player for tha
moving pioturet at the opera
houie playi too heavily when ae*
oompanying the lady that Binge,
and by playing more aoltly would
give tht Dinger a chance to dii*
piiy her talent, and tht audience
an opportunity to hear tht song.
•  •  •
THAT children and ot_Ura, ol
like mind, should not bt allowed
to out a narrow path opposite
tbiir gates without levelling ths
approach to ' same, as in some
cases ht noticed aomt natty hole*
. that a person would get a bad
fall into when it ie dark,
*   *   •
those tricks
THAT   all
jbweu _ sim «s*y—ri1unk
how, uaA
CAW Ho ihtjn.
*   *   *
of Mc-
THAT another Thursday came
and went, and, still no sign of
tbat "J" paper that wob so much
tullted about,   J-iav*    <w« gox io
w/it all tha days of our lives?
• ■ *   *
THAT   our windows have been
cleaned, and we can see who goes
to the lady barbers.  A good spot
foi: jealous vivca to watch from
»   *   •
THAT if the present rate is
still kept up wa will very likely
be able to skate in our «ew rink
next winter.
THAT wt can always find time
to receive subscriptions to the
Ledger, ao matter how busy we
may bt.  So come along,
* •  •
THAT tha parties who have
been in tht habit of driving up
and down Main street, at midnight lately, and yelling, should
be, stopped at ones, aU it is a
disagre«able nuisanct.
* *  *
THAT even tht Hinstrtl Maids
wtn enquiring after tbat long
lost paper.
* ♦  «
THAT tht Minttrel Kalda know
tht difference   between a potato
and a ticket agent.
.   •   e
THAT Upton's representative
made a very touching appeal to
tbe council for a permit to sell
the people—no the tea.
* •   ♦
THAT somo people in guessing
beans, do not know the difference
between 143 beans and 48,000 and
a catsup bottle.
* *   *
THAT the foreigners and others
who loiter in the post ofllce, and
smoke and chew, and otherwise
mens the place should be kept on
the move, aa it is very objeotion-
able to ladies.
Mobile, Ala.--Seven persons are
reported to have been killed in a
collisslon between tht Mississippi
and Alabama Railroads,
Tommy Burns of Canada, and
Jem , Roche Irish heavyweight
champion pugilist, signed artiolss
for' a fight for f 8,000 a side and
a purse of $7,500 to tako plaet at
Dublin on March 17.
 m    0'-" ■-—'
P1BH at w«wjmj»„
Winnipeg* -Tan. 4.—Firt did non-
tiderable- damage last night to
tha mtnjs furnishings store of
White ic, M-anaban on Main St.
Tht damagt to, tht stock was
mostly by water, and will amount
Vancouver.—Jas. W. Harper and
Wiley L. Smith, alleged to have
stolen more than half a million
dollars from l'irst National Bank
Hattisburg, Mis, were arrested
here this morning. It is reported
that very large sums of money
were found on them.
'-*■ - 0     ■
As people art judged by tht
company they keep, to actors art
judged by Iht plays thty product
and to tht fact tbat ht always,
presents plays of great historical
moral and literary value, Mr.
Dodge olaims his great succssa is
dut. Mr. Dodge will prevent tht
grand old play "Borneo and Jul-
iett" on Thursday January 10.
to about 935,000, partly covered ', &*W)%WtWW<rt*rW*W*>$'W
by insurance,
At the j ocular mooting of the
Order of Owls, held in tho Oddfel-
lowo* hall Thursday night, tho
•following officers for the coming
vt»f,r wnrf  inntnlJorf.
' President-O. G, Meikle.
Vice-tfresident—Ed.  Mroiey,
JnvocatorME.  A. Elngwold.
Warden-J. Dick.
Sentinel—R, H. Moore.
Picket—Bro. Dow,
SecretaryMBro. Bnnwell.
Treasurer—Bro, Boulton.
 0"  '"
The new courthouse is Just about' tV
...,_1...J 1    _«._  t . 1 1  A
• "I.mplovmcnt for 9.38
Minors, Mino Inhorors.
Drivers, Timbermen,
I.oi.slnien, nnd Engineers, now idle.
SV a minted to be lirsx
class wage slaves.
THAT  the Ledger is improving completed and the housewarming
every week.   And that's no Jolly. !'« to be in the hands of the Per
—--■ o———
nie  Old Boys'   Association,
date b-ilng v*t  for January    t.b»
The shareholders of tht Bell Tel-, 84th.   A meeting, relative to the
ephone Co., have approved of the' occasion w«» held in H. W. Her.
action of the directors in dispos- J «hmer*a     office this   week,   when
' committees     were   appointed   to
handle the affair, which promises
| to surpas.  anything like it ever
1 attempted in Pernio,
ing of the company's plant in
Manitoba to tht Manitoba government.
F. II. Sherman,
IVcs. I"., M. W. of A*
Taber, Alta.
Annua! Clearing Sale of Ladies' White Muslin
Underwear.' Every garment marked in plain figures
at sale prices, on display downstairs in main aisle.-
Ladies' Night Dresses
Were  $2.00
price $1.60
it        i- - -
"       1.35
*-   "   1.25
Ladies' Corset Covers
Were $,1.25 • Sale price- 95c
,   "",. 1.00 (i       "" 80c
"        75c •" •'        *' 60c
a              mf. it            il
Ladies' Drawers
-Were $1.75       Sale  price $1.35
"     n 1.25 "       "       95c,
1.00 "       "       80c
Ladies' Skirts
-Were_l$_2_a.5       Sale price _$r_,75_
i-7S "    "■ "•     X.35
1.50 u "       "T.20
Big Reductions on all Ladies' Coats & Furs
The   Trites-Wood   Co.,
The Whelan Cup has arrived,
and is now on exhibition at C. C,
Wright's window. To say that
thin trophy is most beautiful Is putting it mild, and the
hockey team in the Pass league
WJU.uili£    *t   altwUlu   <.i.tt,i.»u-tj is
pxo\i& cf l-bt* i-Uv.r-u-nTr ibnt In to
be emblamatic of tbe champion*
ship of the Crow's Vest Hockey
League. Whelan Bros, were very
choice ln the selection of the tro-
pl&y Mid fci* to i>» «w>tt)ti.*t*l±U*_.
It was a real treat to listen to
the performance put an by tht
Minstrel Maids last night, and if
we had more space and time wt
would give them a column, but
being very busy, pressed for room
and al) married men, all *t can
do i» to say that to lieten to the
charming young ladies is a rare
treat and like a pleasant dream
soon passes away in all but mem
ory, Thty are going to play tonight snd will have a bumper
houst an they deserve.
Lucy Sullen a little tot arrived
trt\iY\    Vtttrrtm   \n*t   rtXtm)it.   bnt   *n'n
**     ,, -*     '
pmrnon «m et tbe station to
meet her, through some error, but
Charlie 7y/*, ever on the alert to
act at chaperon, took charge ot
the little Miss and landed her
ii.fm !-*-id "pii^d •♦ b*t bwi* Itx
Wett Fernie.
W. 0, Kost, who has been acting
as manager for the A. McDonald
Wholesale Co., htre, has severed
his connietion with that firm and
leaves (or Seattle, whsre he ho.s
secured a more lucrative position.
Mr, Horn has many friends in the
city, and while regretting hit de*
parture ar* pleated to hear ot his
promotion. '•-f>
*■ •^**-^-£_L*__r\
yBMCTB UPPER, _rBMm_,'VB.,.';C,yV JTAJTOAAT llth, i90S.
In a Stirring and Interesting Address lohn Harrington Reviews
" labor's Progress Down    Ages
Note.—As we could not get,all  before we have another great sue-
of this matter in last week we
have decided to reporduce the first
part again, so as to make it the
more interesting.
, A large audience assembled in
the Union Hall on Sunday when
the weekly meeting of Ferine local
was held. Comrade George Smith
of Coal Creek occupied the chair,
and the meeting opened by singing of Socialist songs. Comrade
Harrington was the speaker, and
his subject was "The History of
the, Labor Movement," and it was
patent to all that he had made a
comprehensive study of his subject. " Comrade Harrington remarked that ■ in order to under-
stand the lesson of the labor movement it was necessary to taVe a
brief review of primitive man, and
,in the earliest records of primitive man-'- we find him living in   a
.' common state; it was assumed at
one time lie was living   as   a tree
. dweller, he may have lived alone,
but there was no actual proof. We
first became acquainted with him
axd"-lj;!we have an uprising,^f'the;
laborers under the leadership, of
Wat-Tyler, John^Bull and others;-
the.trouble,had,'Xbeen brewing.for.
some time on account of the degraded condition of- labor; on
Whit Monday 1382 Sir Simon Bur-
ley, riding through.Gravesend saw
a likely looking felloy whom he
claimed as a slave,. saying he was
the son of a former female slave
of his, the fellow -was a favorite
with his companions who commenced to murmur upon his being abducted; he, seeing this, appealed to them, but they, being
held in awe by the great man's
pressure through their customary
deference to their superiors, did
not move, but immediately he had
hori; the duty of these yoivng men j gone they commenced to cry
was to kill off the slaves when "down with the tyrants under
they became too numerous. Nabotj Rochester, let,us join our brethren
a Helot as the Spartan's slaves j-in Essex; Sir Simon had. u'nwit-;
were ■ called,    having ingratiated ; ting-ly  touched' oft*   a   spark , in .a
' '"t£? *$
Contractors and Builders
Floss, Specifications 'aad Estl-
. mates furnished on application.
R. A.KEW-.
Architect     aad Superintendent
Office at Xaaldeace,
\. i^r^w it*y
W4| WngleswSrthriD.%;S.
Office Houbbi
C'loto IS s. m. 1 to'&p. m
6.S0 ton p.m. ■
Office in A.'«c ».' ck's Block -"— -—
over Slinn*. Bakery.,
■■— ■  _  -     B. C
cessful strike, the Spartp.ns had  a
class of young men called the Ep-
Plans   and   Estimates, on  Application
Insurance and Customs Broker
Crow's  Nest   Trading;   Co.   Block,
Fernie,' 13. C. ~.
himself into the confidence of the
sv.-orms of Helots when Meahani-
dias, the* ruler of Sparta died, had
his   son   assassinated  and  became
Residence 76  Rowland  Ave.
J. Wilson* Gray, . Architect
Fernie   B.' C.
dangerous place, like one who
would drop a match on the prairie with a high gale blowing; King
.Richard, about this time had for-
the tyrant himself, he invented '■ ced, a" poll tax upon'the people,
many diabolical tortures among j whereby all over the age of 15
which was a-life likeautomatum | had to pay 3 pence per year. In-tCARPENTERS AND JOINERS
of a woman which, he facetiously! stead of having this tax collected ,  . '
called his wife Apegaj this terrible j by  the  officers  of  the Crown,   he j       n-eels in McDougall's Hall every
L.  P.   Eckstein 0
",  Bariuster-at-Law, Solicitor
Hoom- 1 it S,-lTeiiJcv»on Jtlock. Fcrr.ii>. J3. 0.
7. Gtizomencing at a- post plafkiad
bt> op- near the northeast corner   of
^tho-   J£;F. Silverman    claim,    and
being northwest corner of W.  Darby's-, claim,, and   marked-. "W. Darby
northwest .corner; thence: 80   chaina   •
south; thence, 80 chains- east; thence,
80 chains north*.: thence 80' 'chains' '
west to place of commencement.   r -
Located this 25th dav of'Oct., 1907
W. DARBY,., il.   ,./
■  .       A   ;7.:' ',,'     Locator.- :" * -.
*   BAPTISE    LAMORUIEX;*; '} ;.
Witness—John McDonald. *        * \
8-.. Commencing at a.* post planted
at or near W. Darby, northwest corner,, and being southwost corner "■* of
B. Lamoruiex's claim, and marked
u. Lamoruiex's southwest corner-
thence SO cliuins north; thence 80
chains east; thenco 80 chains south-
thence SO chains west to place of
Located tiiis 25th day of Oct.. 1S07
mechanism with human wiles and
graces enticed its victim to embrace her, whereupon his doing so
.a spring was loosened which sent.
a score of daggers into his breast.
For' 15 years he ruled Sparta and
was finally " overthrown by the
combined armies of Rome and
Greece; to show how widespread
the labor movement was in   those
sold it out to certain favorites j
who in collecting it were not very j
particular in the manner by which
they determined the age of young
females. This had resulted, in
several tax gatherers being killed;
the killing -of a. superior being
punishable with* death. Wat-Tyler
Tom the'Tyler and others, having
committed   this    "crime''  incited
-   alternate Thursday at 8 p.m.
A.'"Wyki'S. Pres.       '"Wm. D.,Sc*'on*.Li*, Soo.
<J_ Bai*_s@i*, l*»-s*» D-D-s-»
"  ' BEMTIST.'
1.   T:\V    Block,   opposite  the   VJ-idU
Offline Ii ours—8 ft.m loSiini,
,,,.,    '.     ',-', Agent.
Witness—John McDonnld.
, .N 01 ICE is hereby given that 30*
j -Jays after date 1 intend to apply to
[the     lion.    Chief  Commissioner    of
..„ ,  risiiEK  « A.'1,""18 ™d Works tor * "clnso     to
ALtX.I. HbllEK, ll.A.   prospect for coal-an{,  petroloum     on
jthe lolloel.itig described-lands, situated in the district of Southeast
lvootenay, Province of British Co-
movement was a lalior movement
it would be better not to touch
upon this briefly/ as if might raise
misapprehension, buf'.to those who
would study this, I recommend
Ward's "Ancient .Lowly.'". The
guilds had to a great extent regulated the wages., of the workman
as a fish eater this implies the zareth who railed at the, rich and
use of fire, and is termed the ' exalted the poor belonged to one
middle stage of savagery. From'"of them; how the early Christian
then- on,  up  through the  groups, '
tribes  and parties,  we find lalior
is common, and every one shared
and shared alike, as they "say Socialists would do now, during savagery   the   unit   of the „ human
family could  only procure sufficient to provide for himself and his
—offspring;—it- was*;—therefore-p—tin-v
profitable to enslave him, and so
cannibalism was  the rule;      with
the discovery of cereals and,   the
multiplication  and  domestication
of* cattle a man was enabled   to
produce more than it required   to
maintain him- it' became profitable
to enslave him, so that instead of
having one good meal from ;'their
, visitors of war,' the victor could
have several per day, so long   as
the slave lived.
Private property now creeps in
with the dawn of civilization necessitating   the -   creation   of the
state with its three     functioning
aims,     tho   house of Legislature,
the bench of judges, tho police and
army, then also is born that great
economic    determining   fer.<»   th*
class struggle, the earliest    great
successful movement I am aware
of, is that of the Israelites told ia
tlie second book of the Bible. Tho
leraelities wished to  go  to    the
•woods and worship tholr God, and
it is peculiar that nearly all eco
days and for long after would be j their fellows -to rebel, and Sir Si-
a lengthy task requiring several,! ,ll0n Hurley's-Act'made this rebel-
addresses; how that Jesu.  of Na- j iio-n inevitable, so off they march-
I ea~
*to'     London,    killing Barons,
Builder arid Contractor
Estimates cheerfully given and work
promptly executed to the satisfaction of our customers.
f. c. LAWE
,, Laura." & Fisher
Crow's    Nest     Trading    Co.    Block
Fernie,  13. C:
t, .iiomio^revolts are preceded by the
_ t>ytit%lMB attacking the Gods of
*^|i^lng ciai., or the manner of
worshipping     them; .Mo'fM-   an(i
Aaron go to Pharo^y^us has
the brains, but has _di>tojpedlment
in his speech, so Aaron "does   tha
talklnijr, but'"Pharoah says   -why*
lead ye tht!) people from their burdens, BetV* to yoxir^stitt,' $.ni he
commandcdHhat they'shpvdd 1*.b^
no more straw, as heretofore, but
should got it for th-ra_elve_. Bow
this race of slaves\ame\to march
out ot a    oountry governed,   -by
military   despotism   ft,would b»
hard  to say with any degree' of
eorreotness the only    information
we bave comes presumably from
•descendants   of    slaves   and   tha
-causes given are impossible- per*
haps there was some blaok   art,
some magio shown by Moses, suoh
things were practised in Egypt In
'those days, but.in all.likelihood
the Israelites becoming numerous
and hardy by. their toil, and the
Egyptians becoming enervated by
1-axury ana idleness,.the slaved appealed to the law ot the biggest
battalians   and    marched off be-,
cause the Egyptians were afraid
to prevent    them, they are then
subjected to'an ecclesiastical despotism   uiider . Moses,   500 years
after this we have another upris-'
inir of the Egyptian slaves,   we
are not told of any leaders, presumably the movement was spontaneous   apparently   the    slaves
were paid day wages aa were  the
Athenian slaves, for we hear   of
them sitting on ths steps of    tbe
temple crying "give us bread  tor
we are hungry, and It is 18 days
till psy day."  They get some but
quit   shortly   afterwards and on
pay   day break out in a raging
mob, storm tbe palaee   and    get
some eenau-iiont.   It it 000 years
ior-som*e-t_me"pfior"to this perioa"
the beginning of our era; trades
unions were very powerful, they
successfully combined 'to force the
employer to pay a respectable
wage, and by co-operative socie'-
ties were forcing the middle class
down'into their own ranks, thus
necessitating drastic measures,
they were finally suppressed about
-112 A.D. Trades unions are heard
no more of for some time; the
mediaeval guilds through an artisan movement, pure and simple,
nevertheless reflects some protec
tion upon the laborer, until the
suppression of the labor unions,
the guilds were not very powerful
but shortly after this event they
became financially and poHUoaily
u xin-mmm i„ 1,-u. sfc-,j. financially,
through* the death' bequests of
craft brothers; by collecting fee
for apprenticeship, by charging
for entrance any by gratuitous
from living brothers, and politically through this wealth and
their power politically was such
that the king nimself dare not do
anything which he believed to be
contrary'.:,.,to ,the'London,guilds;
this, could, not be tolerated by the
ruling class, so in the,year 1643
they wero disbanded . and' their
property confiscated," at "the insti
priests-and .lawyers, but be.it re-,j^
corded' to their credit, insulting
no women,. except the widow of
thc_ Black' Prince, of Cressy, fame,
wliom" they'forced to kiss several
of the ugliest men in "the crowd,
which an - old chronicler records
she did with very-bad grace; these
serfs desired to do no injury to
Ab_ll*_in£._and__up_on_.qr__yi_.g.     at
Ross £ Alexander
FEKNIE, 13. C.
Offlec In L. T. W, B'oel*. Victoria Avenue.
-■-1. Commencing at a post   planted
at or   near one   milo east of 0. p.,'
H. line at the 29 mile post, and being southeast corner of J. L. Kinjr's '
claim,  and    marked     J.  L.. King'e
soutlicast corner;   thence 80    chains
west; thence 80 chains north; thence
SO    chains , east;    thence  80  chains
south to place of commencement.
Located  this 24th day of Oct., 1907
J. L. KING,   '    .,
BAPTISE    LA__:01.U_EX.
'     'Agent.   .
Witness—John McDonald. -. it
gatlonof the, Earl; of   Somerset,
on the plea.that tbejr^associated
with superstitious- practices,  one
ot these praetices was their'pray-
ing for the siok, instead of calling
In medloal help;'«o 'that then >s
now.men'were imprisoned for'no-
HeWng in God and not believing
in Hirn-.-prior to this thsiaborer
in England received forgone day's
labor    suffloletxt to keep him    a
week, this was called the gotten
age of labor, but now with    the
depredation of money, the debasement of coin,   and the enforcing
of laws already enaoted and the
suppression of the guilds, the laborer Jo. forced into depths    of
misery and degradation and   the
golden, age passes away and'another age anything1 but golden begins; let W go baok'in our story
to the signing of the Magna Chdri
ta, that instrument of law*-much
iauuod ui our school booas as be-
lad the Hutu*- w'jiu.flbj' wo obtain*
ed our    freedom on examination
what do we'find; we flnd that   it
provided for the securing of the
ltk% to the ohurch;    for    securing
the Barons against tho tyranny oi
th'e King, for protecting freeborn
landholders       against   arbitrary
punishment   and   imprisonments;
preventing -fhe spoliation of wards
and heiresses. and tor our class of
whom there was two million out
ot a population of less than four
million; it provided that our master could not kill us without    a
London,, .while in audience „ with
him, Wat-Tyler was. stabbed, by
the Mayor of London. . The rebellion fell through, and the .leaders
were hung, and the peasants dispersed, ' being subject to greater
tyranny than ever. The Cromwell-
ian rebellion being successful the
laborers have now better times,
but with the death of Cromwell,
•and mark you, this rebellion was
won off the small landed proprietors against the. . landed owners,
not involving the laborcra as
principals, but as subjective tools,
with,the death of Cromwell, as I
said. -Ms son.Oliver being of weak
character, and General Monk being bought by the re-actionists,
the restoration takes place, and
William of Orange is sent for.
The workers now sink into tho
lowest form of slavery, producing,
as Rogers says, a serf without
land. An- act is now passed' in
1662, which purposes to be for
tho benefit of labor to exterminate able bodied* arogrants, rogues
and vagabonds, to enumerate , all
the laws that were passed deliberately to' enclave labor, would
take up ^00 much.time, B-afflce it
to say tji^aup ,to the time when
Patrick He«ry, was .exclaiming '. in
America -..'/giye; njie liberty or give,
medeatV/i *Ild: ty-M.011 •*» *■ PfttT
friotlo frMygr.^was, hooting ;|let
my'name^o ..(blighted so France
,be tree," and Burke,,in (England-
was lamenting that, the age of
ohivalry was dead because a profligate Won\_n ha-Wten killed by
an enraged - mob.' The'* working'
classss bt '&'/three'eo-untHoi? had
been klllbd'* by an enraged' mob?
The worVing cltu' of all'Web
countries were being subjected 'to
the intei.itlng'experiment of bov
many gel&tti ■ iggs. oould'. be extracted froiil*. the goossi' without
killing It; whose.freedom It wiis
they talked about, wnose ohivalry, not ours; the working class
never entered their thoughts; And
the economic forces which were
in themselves sufficient to accomplish, the ]. aforesaid end were Supplemented by acts ot parliament.
Let ub now come to the labor
movement* of recent times.
I860 was a great year for labor. Thsre was the rise ot the
second republic in Prance, the
rise of the labor movement in the
tfiiLtid States snt. thc Chartl-Jt
movement in England. The labor
uprising in England and France
went down in blood, and tho labor movement in the United
States which assumed a vary revolutionary diameter, having a
nowspaper called ''The Man and
riatforms" wh»r«ln wu flnd the
germs of the Class Struggle "the
i For  quotations
on Hay & Oats
 write to .
HembUng   &   Ruby
Special rates to Contractors and
- Lumbermen '
Successor to J. W. H. Terry
Employment and
Real Estate Office
Will supply men for
all classes of work,
either by   the  day,
.   week or month.
Bti-shmen;;,i;umbermcn 8t
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply
to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works J or,a .license, to
prospect for r'coal and petroleum on
tho' following described-lands. situated in the district of Southeast.Koot-
1. Commencing at a post planted
at or near ono mile east of C. P. R.
line at 27 mile post, Block 4593,
and being southeast corner of S. M.
Moore's claim and marked S. M.
Moore southeast corner; thenco' 80
chains west; thenco 80 chains north;
thenco 80 chains cast; thenco 80
chains south to place of commencement.
Located this 25th day of Oct.,,1907
Witnoss—John McDonald.
* 2. Commencing at a post plantod
at or near S. M, Moore's southeast
orner. and being the northwest corner of J. C. Rochford.s claim, and
marked J. C. Rochford northeast
cotnor; thenco 80 chains west; thonco
80 chains south; thonco 80 chains
oast; !! thonco 80 chains north to
placo of commoncomont.
Located this 25th day of Oct., 1907
WltnoBS—John McDonald.
3. Commencing at a post plantod
at or near : J. 0. Rochford,north
east corner, and being N. W. corner of J. Robortson'B claim and
markod J. Robertson northwost oornor; thonce 80 chainB south; thonco
80 chalni* ,oast;, thonoo,80 i.ehains
north j   ; thenco' ^80,,, .chiUns, .west *t9
placo' of- commoncom-ritV'-	
Locatod thle asth'day of Oct.,1190
.,*   ... ,   J. ROBERTflONi *;*■•*...  .*'-
. .   "■ i   I ocator.
■;,,,_ii v j.-,-   .*.■■■.*„ Agent.
Witnos!>-John '.Mclionald.-.'   • ■*■'»■'
Women for cleaning
.jiui . a    **■ ■"  ■'-
washlfi'gi or/scrubbing.
:•*.   0 i*.
Reasonable   Rates
■ r.' ,j
... ..       __ .   proletarians  of Paris amidst the
(rood excuse:  this was the great   ' ., ... , .,        .
f.        "" '.       _    ..    , ,, ** .    1 failures and treasons of the rul-
Magna Oharta.   In the following .'""
reign, that of young Klnj Rich- i        Continued on page three.
Cox Street
lo Consumptives
...      .'.      sir. si   i' :."■.  * .  '-f •
Ttie underslf oed haTlug beon restored to health by simple means,
tftor sufferlnc for Mferal years
with a leVero'luDg affection, an_
tbat droad diwow CONSUMPTION,
la anxtous to mnlte known to his
io]kt» *B»e«r8 the TO»>nfl« «f mn.
To those who dnslra It, he wlll
oheorfally wnd (freo of ohirge) a
oopy of tho proscription used, whloh
tbey will find a ouro for CONSUMPTION, ABTHMA, OATMIIUJ, BRON-
CHITIB and all throat aud lung
MALADIES. Ho bopoa al» eollertre
wlll try this nomody, as It Is lntalu-
able. Those desiring the presorlp-
tion, whloh wlll coat tho nothing,
and may prove n blessing, wlll
plesje address
Brooklyn, N. V.
Try a' Ledger Ad.
w. Coirdnciftclni-at', a vost'1 planted
at or noa».'J.'"-toh_i'tson's northwest'
corner, and being soul|iwqe.b -corner
oii.1 John McDonald's . (*Ulrafn ttnd
marked John McDonnld', tliMipo' 80
chains;, north; thonce BO chains, east:
thwice.SO .Chalni*,southj' tliMtr«--. 80
chains *>dt^ to, placo .vi, commence
ment.    ■ " ',,«
l twta-fld this OAth day ot Oct., 190'/
-.*:'.1 • ■>>.'. :«."Locator,
'*•"■"■ Ajient'. -
Wltnos»--John McDonnW.'1 ■l ■ • ■
6, Commonclng at a post plantod
at or near one mile from tho southeast corner of*...McDonald's claim,
and bolng'- southeast cornor of A.
Rice's clnlm, nnd marked A. Rice's
southeast corner; thonco 80 chains
west; thenco 80 chains north; thonco
RO chuins cast; thenco 80 chains
south to placo of commonco_mmt.
Locatod this 25Ih day of Oct,, 1007
. "*.T«**..
il.   i.,lkiLt,
: Agent,
Wltnets—John McDonald.
0. Communclng at a pout plnnted
at or noar HouOioiitit cornor nf   tho
.( is,., I.,,, ,,     I      1,1  ..Jl. ..,.1
jV. **W»       *,»«..**,        M...^_        ...-.--ly        tWJ. t.»..*M~».»
cornor of J. V. Silverman's clnlm,
nnd marked J, F. Silverman's north
cost cornor; tlicnco 80 chains wost;
thonco 80 chnlns south; '.honco - 0
chnlns cast; thenco SO chains north
to placo of commencomont.
Locatod this 35th day *-f Oct., Si 07
Witness—John McDonald.
2. Commencing at a-post .planted
at or near southeast. corner of J.-
L. King's claim, and being northeast corner of 1). t). Drain's claim, '
and marked D. (J. Drian's northeast
corner; thence 80, chains west; thenco
80  chains- south;- thence, 80   chains     T
east; thence 80 chains north to place
of commehcemeut.   '
Located.this «<_th day of Oct. 1907
~ Br-Cr"DR'AINT^-:—^"^——"*"5	
7!   ' ' '■'. -■-*.*■--- ■--• "Locator.
" ■' ...   Agent.   .
• 'Witness—John McDonald.7.
3. Commencing at- a post planted
at or near northeast corner of D. C.
Drain's claim, and being northweBt *
corner of the A. A. Sparks' claim,
and marked A. A; Sparks' northwest corner; thonco 80 chains, east;
thenco 80 chains south";  ihenco    80
■chains west;  thenco 80 chains north
to place of commencement.
Located this *_4t!i day of Oct., 1007
Witness—John McDonald.
4. Commencing at a" post planted
at or noar northwest corner of A.
A. Sparks' claim, and being southwest cornor of tho A. Good claim,
and markod Andy Good's southwest
cornor; thonco 80 chains oast; thonco
80 chains north; thence 80 chalni*- ■
wost;. thonco 80 chains south t6
placo of commoncomont.
Locatod this 24th day of Oct., 1007
A. GOOD, .„...:.-
■ •*•*■ Agent. '■•
Witnc8»—John McDonald.
5. Commonclng at a post   planted
at or noar ono milo from the scuth" .A
oast .'cornor of A; Good's elnita, aJteUti*
.bolng.; southeast' cornor of • H.   *B.'" "
Gainblp'B claim, and markud.  Hi R.
Gamblo's Bouthoasl; corner; thOnMSO--
clialns'west; thoiico' S0('chains■ nbrthj
thenco  8Q»ohalns «aat,w* theaoi 80 *^';
cliains sqyjth ta>f plK0O]Of_co_nmMic«*'o.
SSit^d'tKU Mb Wof''doil^ofe•''''"
- li.-n. GAMBLK,1*
Bbjcator,   ,
iiniMP,**3    '
'""i.   '.   ■ ,:)'■>:n   oAt   .Xr>"   '.•Agtot.'
^Witnosfl-^^oi'n,, McDonald//; ■• ., - ^i,
Mls^rd's LlaiMent cures Diphtheria.
oast-corno-r, of Jr. Mu**id!» plsl»,, md .,• f
marked J. Murid's northeast .owmarj, .-
thonco 80chnlMs"wWlj,': th^S»   $0
chains «o^thr*thohfc«t«0'chili__f'ot4ii • -.
thefice 80 chains north to'placo   of
commencomont... . 1,   ,.,,   . ,-i.u,^
Locat.d this Viim'tli^ of Oct, 1007
J.tMTJAlD,'-' - ■■'• '■■■'"
..;;   . . o   ft j.-..   Locator.
BAPTISE    LAM0l.iri.fflX,
.Agont.   .
.. Witness-John McDonald.
7. Commencing nti a post plantod
at or noar.northeast oornor of J,
Murid's clnlm, and.bolng northwost >
cornor of J. F, Irwin's claim, and
marJcod J. V. Irwin's northwost cornor; thonco 80 chains south;   thonoo
PO    rJ-trtlnn   nfint;      <hf>flre' PO   ?!*?.-!tl5
north;    thonco 80 chains west    to
plnco of couuuoncemont.
Locatod this 34 th day bf 6ct., 1007
■ -   , Looator.
WilUu*—J.Uu Mtbtiiidiii,
8. Commencing at a post planted
at or nonr the northwest cornor ot
J. F. Trwln's claim, and bolng south
wost corner of R. R. Gamblo's claim,
nnd marked II. R. Gamblo's southwost cornor; thonco 80 chains east; .
thenco 80 chains north; thenee 80
cVinliiH wont; thonco A0 chains eouth
to plnco of commoncomont.
Located thlo 0(\b day of Oct., lOflBT
Wltntos—John McDonald.
***** uav*^J^l!z,&GtiJXS!KtSS2Se3a2£S*iSXZljf&*a^^
*ra«»IB IJEHG^Sii FBB1WE, B.   ,"..C., JAHTJAET llth,- 1968.
Succession of Serious Disasters
May; Lead to Establisjiment
of Depapartnient pf
Thrt'-e horrifying coal mine disasters in the United States,     at-
- tended with the loss of more .than
one thousand lives. This is the
recent record of a single week. The
world  pauses' in   terrified   amaze-
. ment and asks "can nothing be
done to prevent this awful loss of
life and destruction of property.
Without doubt a_closer surveillance of coal mines and mining
methods generally is' necessary. In
- countries where' mines are under
government   control,  ' while acci-
■ dents are not by any, means - un-
. known, they are- at least far   less
'numerous than they have been the
. past   few . years   in   the    United
States, where statistics show that
mine accidents and the percentage
vof  'fatalities    is    increasing,  and
* that  they;* are -thr.ee times ..more,
numerous than in Belguim," for' instance. -  .      ... ,
-* ' Until lately it has been earnestly hoped™.that the - long-continued
- - effort to have   created a govern-
ment'Department "of Mines      and
Mining * was about to meet  ^witb.'
success—President  Eoosevelt-. hav-'
' ,~*'   - ' - ■**""    * ,        ,       4 - i      *'      '
ing become interested so -far in* the,
mattes as to recommend it in his,;
.  recent message to Congress. While
' this was .the most "gratifying official   recognition    the   proposition
had. ever met, it has since devel-'
•,   , oped that it will be impossible to
' do anything farther with the creation  of ' this new., branch of      the
Federal- -Go vernment at present.,
so long'and faithfully to this end
feel keenly this disappointment,
this * decision oi official Washington will only spur them on to
greater endeavor, and the American Mining Congress which has
been the principal mover to this
end, will jsiiuply .redouble efforts
to accomplish what they set out
over a decade ago to bring about.
Although -, there . was at first
much opposition to the idea, and
later an apathy regarding it that
was exasperating tb the friends
of the movement, they have gained convert^,-' ihany ,bf. -Whom have
since become active , partisans.-
Recognition' of ** the- "desirability of!
such a branch of government by
President Roosevelt was a long
step in the Tight direction .andj in
.another year wo/bopc to set the
Department of Mines an accomplished "fact.—American Mining
Review, I       ^ ■•'     i   '<
Discoveries made noar Glasier,
Wash., northwest of.Spokane, and
verified by A. O. Bennett, of Wil.
keBbatrei-'iP.1,1'.' 'ton-tierly-'t sq^e-hU'
Undent of the Deleware, Lackawanna ft Western*Cdal Mines, promise to place Washington second*
as-a1 p^U^f'iiit&eVt^eSal.1
Mr, Bennett has made,-** thorough
inspection of the deposit and analysis of the product, and says
it,' tt)\\*\t, - - the • WiilieibK-re / coal,
while a conservative estimate
places' the amount of coal above
tbe water level, at 6,000,000 tons.
The jvett is Slight j feet/thick j and.
oxtimds a considerable'distance in
to Whatcom .county. Tho denosit
which jvas , discovered [by,1 Arthur
Alexnnder, of Minneapolis, while
hunting bear, will "bo developed
by   tho   Washington     Aiuhtucito
i...-.- \    .'.* ~±>1 --'-lJ"^.*^V-ri-TV'/*' -.•■"-».*. ,v.
■Coal Company''""recently organized
ih this .Statedvfith" a "capital °bf
93,000,000.' Gen. Thomas __*., Cav-
anaugh, of Prosser,"Wasii., who
is at the head of the enterprise,
announces that it is expected, to
begin shipments tb various points
in Washington and adjoining;
states within the year.,
Kansas City, Jan. S.—Pour men
attempted to rob the passengers
on a Missouri, Kansas & Texas
passenger train standing in the
union station here yesterday. They
were frightened off without securing any money or valuables, but
carrying two grips belonging to
German  emigrants.
Two of the robbers' showed revolvers and, pointing'them at the
foreigners, commanded 'them to
give up their valuables.
H. W. Drew, the conductor, hit
one of the robbers in the head
with his lantern and they fled.
None of them were masked, but
all had good  clothing. • -
Shortly after the attemptecfrob-
bery, tho police arrested two men
in.the . vicinity of • the railroad
yards. ;They gave their names as
Rube Walsh and John Coss. Both
were unable to give an account of
themselves ahd were held for 'investigation,   !*/
.   Continued from page. two.
ing class^have understood that
the hour has struck for them to
save the situation by taking into
their own nands the direction of
piiblic. affairs* -they have understood .that it is their imperative
duty and absolute right to render
themselves master of their own
destinies by seizing upon government power, and this from the
working class 40 years ago, and
we are still drilling it into these
heads today.
The 8 hour day agitation was
on at this time, and although the
knights of labor denounced it the
movement was so widespread and
conducted in such a vigorous manner, Simons tells us that no one
not living in those days can have
any conception of the extent and
vigor.of this movement, and the
knights .of. labor .were..swept into
the movement in spite of themselves, they had set the day of its
millennial dawnj for May'1st 1886
but inJthe midst of" the excitement evolving from* incidents connected .'with the' McCormack- fac-'
tbry "strike" in - November, 1877 ■ a I
fanatic •'. hurled a bomb at. a platoon" of police aiid 68 police were
wounded,- seven oi  whom died _of
-6taa»pj; respasfcisd^; by-f^nejaiies  and
friends alike.*-He-was  offered-    a
commutation   of  sentence if    * he
would sign a petition of clemency'
but he refused, saying to the plub-
lic that he was an innocent man,
and  was  entitled to .his  freedom
and' not  a commutation pf-     his
sentence,  but  he told his lawyer
that if he were' pardoned it would
sure be the death of his comrades
and be an act of desertion' on his
part.   No, not the souls of slaves,
but  hypnotised minds  is what is
the matter with thi working class
and with the murder of these,'men
the  8h   our   day    agitation    died
and the growth ot' Socilaism was
supposed to be checked, but     the
words   of  Spies   are  trhe   as    the
capitalist  class  discovers      when
they tried to railrod Moyer,   Haywood   and  Pettib'one  to   the   gallows. ' .The  speaker outlined    this
outrage from the beginning of the
Couer    do   Leone trouble   to   the
acquittal of Pettibone last week,
announcing the'lesson to be, that
..if.....the_ workers . .expect   -to.   effect
their emancipation, they must organize on the  political   field :"and
on the, industrial field, they could
see what to expect from thc capitalist class so long as they control the Legislature judiciary - and
army they would have laws .' declared unconstitutional* and. they'
would be shot like dogs in      the
etreet,--or- they  would' have  lieu-
3. E. WALKER, President
ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager
A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of
*  Branches
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest, - - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
Branches throughout Canada, and in tlie United States and England
Deposits of SI r.nd upwards received, and interest allowed at
current rates. Thc depositor is subject to no delay whatever in
the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
'Fernio  Ur-uicli
II.   L.   Edmonds,   Manager
♦^♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦♦^♦^ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
their  injuries,* and,   many of* them 'j ^ 8l--  an^,p ^ou^AoS .
maimed for life,.   The night before   of   the ]and.with '      '
Vancouver,- Jan.I 6.— The Japanese war-.ofncc has - ordered* the
return of five hundred i„Japanese
from the.Sound. The men will return direct to Japan. . It is understood that it is not a restriction of immigration but that the
Japanese government are recalling
them for military reserves.
A large number ol these men
-will be- taken- from- Vancouver,
which will help considerably in
quieting* the race question which
hW"f^~the"lIa5t~iew^ay_^ "Been"
very feverish, when the two races
clashed over the incident bf the
Vancouver firemen being mangled
by an angry mob of Japanese. In
the . other sound cities the order
of withdrawal by the Japanese
government of these men affords
great satisfaction to both the
Asiatic and anti-A.iatic parties.
; Tugging' at* a piece1 of timber,!
which he had chopped almost ini
,wo,j Jacob Meliek, a 13 year old!
boy who Jived with his parents on;
the Cook road, near Burlington,'
Wash., suddenly fell backward and!
fell on the upturned blade of a
sharp ax, which laid his heart
wide open. His backbone was
completely severed, tho ax penetrating-:- the; ■; boy.'s: body.' vX full
lepgth. Tho accident was witness-'
c£! by bis Iittlo sister,1 who tells a;
meager story of the affair.
: .Ottawa, , Jan/8.r-The ,Stanlty,
cup trustees - have ordered the!
Montreal .Wanderers to, play the
Ottawa Victoe'as next Thursday)
pjji'd    Monday"   •*•'■'-*■—--' -* "--■
in defence oi the'
Stanley eutj>." Trustee'Tbrin said-
it&t ii tbe Wanderers declined to]
plky-;on. thoi-e days! .the*" tltistees":
will .order .them, to. band, over tbe
cup to the victorias.
.: HK1NSHJ IN'-OUSTOpy  , *',
Now York, Jan. 7.—T. Augustas
Hoinxe wad ; arrested today by a
United States Marshall on an in.
dlctment charging him with having illegally certified a cheque on
thc Meier.ntiK' N.-.Uonal banlt. He
was held in P50.000 bail, '--lor
.ntrrinf. a plcn of not RUilty to
.ho indictment. ■
this crime some strikers had been
shot down at a mass meeting. The
chief of police Bonfield, as Charles
Russell says in. Appleton's magazine for October,1 Russell was reporter for the New York World-at
.this time. ' Russell says that Bonfield went to make peace in a manner old enough in history but new-,
to American communities, he
cracked the heads * of all in sight,
until no one remained standing
upon his feet, and then declared
that, peace was restored. This
method" of suppressing a strike
culminating in the shooting of the
strikers caused the citizens to hold
an indignation meeting 'in Hay-
market square. Mayor Harrison
found it qbite orderly, but after
he' had left the meeting this platoon of police .were hurried - to
the. spot, and the bomb .was
thrown. Russell describes the excitement and fear which seized the
entire country,, and now after 20
years asks what were we afraid of.
And' the answer is, 6 men in Buckram,' no more humiliating as it
is, yet so stands the fact .eferr-
ing to that old boaster Sir John
Falstaff in Henry the Fourth who
having been scared in the darkness, by, Prince Hal and Pjones,
afterwards boasted tbat h.j had
fought six men .in j3uckram.
Schnaubilt, who had thrown tbe
bomb, Charles Russell says, passed quietly out of Chic.go, and
made his way to Germany to live
and die in peace. Eight men were
arrested, four of whom were Socialist editors and leaders in the
8 hour movement. One was an an-
arffchist editor Linge, who' blew
his head ofl: by detonating a cartridge of fulphimating mercury in
his mouth, He was the only dangerous man amongst the 8 and
the' only anarchist; the 4 Socialist editors were sentenced to death
and the, verdict was protested
against by many eminent lawyers
William 'Morris sending, a protest
from'Lonclon, the,day of the ex-
ecw-tYonj^Charles' .Russell says, that
he; saw a number oi men crowding
impunity; they
must send- them to the Houses of
Legislature on the -basis of ■ the
class .struggle, .men who " know
what.* the workers want, and know
how to get it, and-not till this
class of men are sent will the-
workers' emancipation *"be_ effected.
After several questions had been
asked and. answered, the meeting
was brought to a close by the
singing of the International'Party.
Headaches end Shortness of Breath
ere Symptoms of Anaemia
Watery blood is an open invita-
tion to disease to take possession
of your system. Watery blood is
responsible ■ for nearly all the
headaches and sideaches that afflict womankind. Watery blood is
responsible for the dull eyes, sallow cheeks and the listless dragged out feeling that is found in
so many growing girls. Good
blood means good health, and
good blood actually comes
through the use of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills.' .Weak, ailing, despon-
dent women, who use this medi-
tine are made active and strong,
listless, pale faced girls are given
neBt^oalth, rosy, checks; bright
eyes and a new sense of happiness
and security. Mrs. E. S, Nightingale, Chcslcy, Ont., says' "My
daughter1 was ill for a long timo
with anaemia and would often be
confined to bed for three or four
days at a time, and we feared she
was going into decline. A lady
friend advi.ed the use of Dr. Wil-
Hams' Pink Pills arid I got'half a
doren boxes, By the time these
were u.sed there, was;.a marked iirj-
peoye'ment/''and.i got a, fu**jthejr,
supply for Jierl ,Tbe' eh»nge1(th«*Je,
pfllB'^bavtj .wrought, ip-.ter, eondi-
-tion is,'so great, that .you, would
not thihk that she vas the same
girl! i, will always, have,a kindly
feeling for Dr. Wil"a»n**' Vlnk
Pills." ■'
You can get these pills from any
medicine dealer or by mall at 50
cents a box or six boxes for $3.50
from tho Dr. Williams' Medicine
Co,, Ilrockville, Ont,
To   Our
We thank you for past favors
and wish you a Merry Xmas*
and  a   Happy  New  Year
11 J. D.   QUAIL
Hardware t^t Furniture
by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion oi
the ear. There Is only one tray to
cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of
the mucuos lining of the eustachian
tube. When this tube Ib inflamed
yon hare a rambling sound or Imperfect hearlncr, and when it Is en*
tlrely closed, deafness la tha roinlt,
and nnless the Inflammation can be
taken oat and this tnbe restored to
Its normal condition; hearing will bt
destroyed forerer; nine cases out of
ten "are caused by catarrh, whloh Is
nothing bat- an -Inflamed condition
of the mucuos surfaces, i
,'We will giro One Hundred Dollar*
for any caae oif deafness (caused by
catarrh) tbat can not be. cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, froei
'   F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo,   a
Take'Hall's Family PHIb ror oon*
Sold by druggists, 75c.
The followinff teitimoniil proves once again the superiority of I
"Nstur^'s Healing: B»lm," Zam-Buk. M«». L. .Spalding of joj Krl« I
St., buaifonl, Oni., hn)-*i "Some time back I met with n'peculisr ■
ii* «••        _ i • .1 __t...    __.fit__    _.!. II..I   p|
kit***.- "Some time back I met witn n''peculisr
.     '*   .     . ' •'     ", .        '"       ■'       i-l.*.   .t.t'V •*   rX.II,\
In try nm*. I (-lipped, rtlliriR heavily on my left
arm ami elbow, receiving a li»h wound, My »im
wns fofUined, iwullen and very painful. I trlfd
different pieparrttlom, but llie wound kept all*
cbftTplng and refuted to heal. About thii time my
Uotlier »upge»ted m-lnc ZntivUul.. 1 acted upon
Mi.advice    Zani-l.uk tlinroii-jlily cleaned the
.    . ....', »        ,     t   -.. .,1.. 1  ts..
i-nin'ajil inMf wetl**. ikiwoumj wai nicely
htaltd, I I )i»ve i)»d i trfect ute of both elbow nnd
turn cveriincc and owe thli Good luck to lhe
imderful-'healing balm Zam-Huk and would
''■i*-eHthmt<.u-(enoililn(»elie," Zjoi-llul-curei
.A1W, lirnl»«., tawm, *■"*•" 'a. fntnWf woufidmiuJ
li*l».li*ilii«ri«<*.-t,f nil 'UieflUm »ml HorM-so",
t  U)» or -jo,V*>«I*i f-amltyZ.-iJ1*-**''*.'*-*;* T^"',',"'
* •   '-' vl f.V ■>   ,,'* iii ■ri.-J-vi f- •'■'•■"P r.'rp-*«.««<*.
int'O a ^hardware .store purchasing
re-troivsrs,' and thought it was tbe
right and proper thing to do, he
is now heartily ashamed of the
whole thing; Parsons, Spits, Fischer and Engel were judicially
murdered . November ' llth 1087,
and Xlussell says it now sounds a
horrible and cruel thing to say,
yot v'.ell-ly. most visibly all other
iron s hnr.it-' wero lightened be- |
cn,*.--.. those 4 heartH wero Htilletl, <
Hen of America,  listen   to      my j
wiii'tia, (.aid Dp-iru on tho frailowr»!
Rhfitii* WatHoji. mny I spvaK? Haid ■
Paisonu, und then the bolt     wan ,
drawn,  and thc words of Speirs \
ure true, when he said "tho siU-nco i
of the volco you are now about j
to  strangle will bo more potent j   Sceiet'iry '
!*.-,   tbe   fv.tiire   tV>«<».    rft"'  »i'«vf'n    t ' o' !.><*»« nf tlw> Imv w to \\tt,irin Mi" ''oi'-'
eo-VIt-. uttot." ! Miint'i' r.f lln** -■ivt.-'iK.'.* of cvrtnln hnrm* I
•Robert Blatchford has said that! M <]r^ I" nio.lli-ln..*'.-   Tlio law n.- ;
the working elass have the souls I'll,irf 8 <l,at ,,,ft »monnto| chlornform.'
Evi-i-y hall l.ivtllt by the miners
)•- oiif* l '.nrp ji*,ov ihnl "iv*.; rin..
Vility  "o  the  orirnni7.'*tion.
Tli*. I'liro I'ood litxw
: Exploratory   work  which wajs
undertaken recently on a hitherto
uhtbuched p'oi-tion1 of 'this  Com-
J)a»y-y; .property ' at- Lumdbretic,/
Alta.'| ' has' "disclosed'   additional
!  ri'.n      • .','.*. i tot    / i *  . '..' .    -i-l
coal measures,
[ ■/•■'■■/      . ft    ' i   ■     ; *        ••'
I Recent ^yicss, from Lundbreck
rep<|irt;ia,,ft'i*fpot,.,Btan., of -cleaa,,
tard coa^ ,o» good'quality, ijo see-
•ii^n.SS',, ,80*4^', of, the railway..
ta'ter anothfr' .repor^ of, a. second
seam'178 feet of thi former,.and
also ot bard coal, was received,
; Tbo management is gratified at
this news. Thc property has al-
toady been shown to be possessed
of vor.v extensive coal deposits
and the prcsint reported increaso
in tho number of known iiicasurcs
will be oi much financial interest.
Houseteeper s
Pay your housekeeping bills by cheque,;
against an account
withThe Home Bank
of Canada. Paying
through the bank is
safer than paying
with cash out of nancl.
Your cheque is a
receipt and we return
ydurcheques to you at *
theehdof themdnth"
with your- account •
-i,i<t..n   i-.i  fit   1   h\,J. t.i  -tllii /,
accurately balanced,
1854     THE    V|6_*
of slaves,   Blatchford was lacking ' °'>'m"
in hi»    uHual    decorum  when he
•i.lQte        VUUr.U     'iHjiUii. JCalaliit-'.,
.'•pies, risehcr, and Engrl, Bill
Hayv/ood, and a host nf others,
lmve not tho souls of t-lnvth, but
j.rej.tti* souls than any of the capi-
. talls't'clacft eon iurni.>h. j.nd par-
r,,',».'.  i.'.  ti ,,.,-,., .  ..."
--   '"-j   -» •• 	
tj'Aii, at'i'tht-'.iime
-~t . •! ■
.    .....    i ill l|.j.,;l(i.,'.
.- -vs.'  in Wi-,-
i>J  the arrest
i .1.4.'-     SU     *,-..»*.*
The five successful Essays for the
various Flumerfelt Priees on the
sevoral subjects of British Columbia's Potential Riches; the po-
,- '    r*        ... ^». rf.,
,->4W»0*l*   Ul     i^U^itSiSf.    IS.'S.   A.sstt^*,    m.t.t-.
lu'i n-.l-t-rlei-; JJh-ln^, are '.borMy
to be published, combined in pamphlet forni.'
, Optimists see for the Province of
BrUitm Columbin a future re.
hp'triiden*. in xut .-.union os iis. Cn*.
wHj-iiv'iiimwltl-flttli/'l,- i'"iii.'i!y <li 1 ii-t i t5»y B» tho lenrtJ,,fi" Province of
ciiY'l'.' stiy'df llnv-s iliuj;. ni.'l tli,-! the Dominion, and tho aim of the
ttitlli -I tljl-i'i'l'iiiu Itii.'-v fully fnivcil,. publication of thesf Efsnys is the
rt-i.', ,-n'tiilon ci llicm i*i iliiiiii! on thi«, enHghtenment of tho*** to whom
lulu*'. Mil* :•■ mi**!/ U :i i: .iiilt,'ci'/".j, it ' liai yot but a M'bular cxist-
■i*' .'., '.,i.'.*.t i.;..-.'«.f ■.',. • '■-, ■.;„.■   ;.'tj--.ee.'
iDui'l'liin',   'iii'l   other lm>.i
Unx\i\tiif ilm^s, be siiiicl out lie lulici
of t'l-uli l)'»ttli».   Tho i:i.iiuif*jfHir*'i'iof
C'liiiijilii "l/iin'ii Coiii'li ii 'jncily hnvo nil
mkI cn.'i
in", .'ti,.;
I cnlA'.    lu v.ihtti liu^ h. .i.     The paniplilot is tot circulation
'|    I .■    ll **. f ^ ' ***>**%%
'>.")"*, *i..»■-—_.--«»   ii-.iriii;; ll,. ; iiej-iy    aiwyn*, , /.Cjit.it'il.-^.e-vki^
rj'o 'and'gave biinKlf up Vor' trial-*. j'Jfl^'.y'f/;** \t.'K** ^px jii .^p.f'.rnl.use j beople, and .yuLb* umiled   upon
ao   a    man of   'fila.eV.ronl*'* '"r.Vr'n!** by s'llI ilr up ({I-.**. Kpplicaticn,
of 1/AN ADA  .
(J. VV. t\. Boulton, Naiiager
Pernie Uruncli
Denmark has a rut law, The
National government is to spend
£1,000 a year, and borough
councils 3_ 3d por 100 persons per
year to exterminate the pests.
Each rat is said to cost a far-
♦Mttf»    n    itm.t    im    ^»    »m**»y<«1 It
4* - . .......... . v
rtoHtroys. Tn it. rnttrMn tb* *otn\
rats destroyed amounted to 103,-
A boU-1 that lurnisure quiet, tots-
nodloui aecommodatioD for its patrons ih a source of pleasure  to ths
traveling public.  Such a one is the ,
Kin*; 1-dffAVd Hotel, of  Fends, cor- <
tua o|>po«tte poet oBce.
mmtLi H.H. i      " I-l'* i    '       *     '*'    J__!l'i.'
iitl r    t,.    :,it*.    .,.,       ,. ,    ■....,.»»-*    ....
Minard's Liniment cures parget in
^ jRESinZ UEBGUCH, FMHST-EB, B., •$,,;J__*WPA__3t.l|tkj:tt3QS.
The Fernie Ledger Rocky; Hountain  Cement   Works, Blairmore,  Alia.
$1 a Year in Advance
Urned every Saturday from the Office  oi'|
FubJIoatloD., Todd Blook, Victoria Ave.,
Fernie, British Columbia:
' Aii changes of nd.. must be in as follows -.—
Pages S and 5,2 p. m. Tuesday ; passes sand -1,
Sp.ra. Thursday, aud page ii, *-' P-m. Friday.
-,We will be "unable to insure ohange uulcs-*-
this rule i_ complied with. .-,
Legal' advertising 12 cents per.nonpftjiel
line first insertion, S cents per line eacli i-iiU*.*-
quent insertion.  ■' .
Bates for contract adverti-iing on application at ofiice of publicntion, To.td Bloc--.    . .
jSATUEDAY,    JAN.    llth,    1808.
i - ' «w—
The daily press of  Canada   for
some time has been asserting that
' the    "panic"    would    not    affect
'  Canada    and    especially Western
Canada, to any extent.
What do we find?   1240 men idle
in the coal trade of Western Canada alone.   Hundreds  of; railway
m«n    laid   off   by the C.  P.   R.
About 50 „ per cent, less employed
in the .uiBb?. i5&.?try. And every
day brings the ntvs of more men
.being laid . off, and    unemployed
meetings being held, in Canadian
..cities.    What -does it all mean ?
Go into the centres of industry
in Cft»ada. today.   What can'you
see ?   Hundreds,of the finest artisans   that   ever  struck   a'blow,
idle.   You can see them at every
street    corner, or    crowded     together where they can find a little
shelter,—like   so many dumb a*ni-;
reals,  looking dejected  and help-
lt_s and wondering what   is. the
ji-atte-i   The suffering 0that would
ensue ii we were to get one of our
cold  sqaps like we had in  1907,
would be terrible to contemplate.
The lot of the working- man and
his wife and children when there
is nO.work to be had-and      the
Alender savings have been exhaus-
- .ted—can   never be understood except     by    those  who   have been
through it.    Some goody goody,
well-to-do person will say,: "Why
—clon-t the working—class—saye-
their money." By dint .of self-
denial a working man may save
a little for a rainy day. But
wages generally are screwed down
to the substinence point," and in
this country the' opportunities of
saving money arc few* and especially to the man struggling * to
■keep a home together ' and raise
his children and educate them properly.
"Society today,'does ■»_*t recognize .he. rights of labor to em-
'ployment. A mail"may be working today,—-tomorrow- he may he
idle and with the loss of his job
—he loses his daily bread. It is
the great uncertainty of tho future that haunts us night and
day, in spite of our much vaiiht-
ed civilization.
The workers ol the world today
are at the mercy of the most devilish scroundrels.that ever planned
to  enslave tho human family.
The', entire capitalistic system
has been built u*> for-tho purpose
of profit mangerlng, in order that
some should toil in pain and suffering, while others should ride
in automobiles and enjoy the lux-
uries of the earth, ■•
-, Here we are today, in one of the
finest countries that God ever
gave to man. Millions of acres of
the most fertile land in the world
waiting to be cultivated. Unbounded resources: and mineral
-wealth untold in this fair Dominion awaiting the labor of man.
Our mines, factories, and mills
idle, our laborers walking the
Then you say there is no panic
—only a little financial stringency.
Tho truth Ib you1 do not know
what is tho mattor, and if you do
know; you daro not toll tho truth,
Vou dare not toll uh that your
entire capitalist nystein is rotten I
to the core.
That your preachers and parsons are paid by capital to so
distort and twist thc gospol in
order to perpetuate this hellish
That your snug and smooth
politicians would polute tho atmosphere of any honest man..
Thnt many of your public men
live for "Wine, Womon and Graft"
You dare not tell the working
class of Canada the truth, the
whole truth and nothing but the
For just as soon aa tho workers
get to know the truth:
Goodbye to the present system
of Capitalism. Then and not till
then will we cotne to our own,
and the working class own and
contiol that by which they  live
and thereby pt an end to  the
uncertainty of Liber's lot.
The above cut is from a drawing
made for the Rocky Mountain
Cement Co., at Blairmore.
The plant is a gigantic affair,
with a capacity  of  1,200 barrels
of cement per' day. The main
building is .275 x 73 feet, the
boiler room 80 x 46; engine room
66 x 47; coal grinding house 70 x
45; building for crusher mills and
dryer, 100 x 48; stock house, 200
x 64; .machine shops, 80 x 40;
and office and laboratory, 48 x
36. '       ..j*.,t?
• ■■ell.r.  •    ..
,We men have made sUoh a hellish mess of affairs by using our
votes in , the manner -we ,haye,
that we could get nothing worse
if. we allowed our wives, sisters
and daughters to have.a yote and
voice ' in' the conduct of affairs.
The influence of our women in
national and local government
would go a long way to keep men
in the right path . and to ensure
happiness to   our    entire nation.
Now that the civic election time
is drawing near, it is timely and
wise to think what we shall need
to benefit the city. And it is necessary" for every voter to pause
and consider the candidates (who
ever they may be) look well into
their past, as well *as their present.- Do not \-ote for a man because he is a friend, or because
others are doing so. But vote for
the  man    that  is   going  to  look
the shutting off of one or two industries would not hav. the same
effect. ."v
' .\ [r.. '-.Buy,
La rids at R
Five,Trains  daily,   C.   P.   R.,
Steamer,  daily Telephone and
Telegraph,      good     Boating,
Fishing    and   Hunting,   level
Land, magnificent Soil.
Avoid isolation and poor transportation facilities by buyiug at
Robson. y
Buy fruit iands where you
can get ] irrigation and , be
sure of good  crops.
These lands can be bought
at $i.oo per acre per month
Your money "back if not satisfied.,   For particulars see
F. J. Watson
Pernie' -s- B.C.
Some people' urge that to give
women a vote would unisex'them,
and other equally idiotic objections are heard against, granting
a franchise to women. Elizabeth
Robins in her new novel makes
one of her. characters reply to
these - arguments as follows:
"Don't you know that there are
girls and'women-in this very city
who are working early and
late for rich men, and who
are expected by these same employers to Iivo on six shillings a
-yeek?   Perhaps I'm wrong in say-
"'" it ..».-. Mi.."*t the women to
ing the men ex.***-,
live on that. It "may be that t&ey
know that'no'girl can—it may be'
that the men know--bow..that
struggle ends; But do they care?
Do they bother about chivalry?
Yet they, and all of you are
dreadfully exercised * for fearing
having a vote would unsex women, ... I stood and looked at
them! hundreds of worn women-
coining down steep stairs and
pouring out into tho streets.
What had they all beon doing? .
. , , Thoy had been making ci-
gars—sponding tho best years of
their lives, spending all Iheir
youth, in that grim, dirty street
making cigars for men.
Whose „ chivalry, prevents that ?
. . '. No chivalry prevents men
from getting women at the very
lowest wage (I want you to notice the low wage is the man's
consideration in all this)—men
get these women, that tbey say
are so tender and so delicate, to
undertake the almost intolerable
toil of tho rope-walk. They'get
women to make bricks. .. . That's
all right,
Women are permitted to swoat
ovor other peopled washing, v/heri,
they    should be  caring for thoir
own babies. , . At the pit-trams
wo sort coal. But a voto wovjd
soil   our hands!    Vou may  wear
out  women's    lives  in  factories,
you    mny    Rweat    them   in tho
slums,  you may  drive  them   to
the streets.   Vou do.
But a vote would unsex them."
When women" have tho vote thoy
will  use it ior tho upraising   oi
humanity  aii'l   for   tlie   aw^j-ing
into oblivion of tho shakles that
bind  the poor industrial      wage
slave ot today*
Give the women a votel    What
says your old party politician,
o    *
Boise, Jan. 0—Judge Wood has
ordered the discharge of Charles
H. Moyer, thus ending the trial
of all eases attempting to connect the oflicials of the Western
Federation of Miners -with the
murder of Bteun»nb\iJ*f.
and thereby your interests. Our
city is going ahead wonderfully
and made some good strides under
the,present regime. There are
still many improvements that can
be made, and „the" citizens who
have the votes to cast should use
some foresight, and not fall into
the backward way of' regulating
the affairs of tlio council; We say
the citizens, because it ■ comes
back to thorn, -unlosi- they get the
right men to represent them ih
the,.council in upholding the matters of vital-interest that, come
up  in  connection  with  the,, civic
Ms have the advantage of many
of the.older cities aiid towns, in-
as much as we can benefit by their
failures, and gain by their experience. But this cannot be accomplished if we get a council that is
one-sided, and have but one aim
nnd object—money—at no matter
what cost. Citizens, watch well
for whom you cast your votes,
and thereby rid" the city of many
things that now tend to keep it
back in some respects.
As ..we go-to press we have it on
good authority" that there will be
no election contest for the • civic
honors this year, and possibly it,
is well that such is the case.
These elections always stir up old
sores, and some one is waitingjfor
•j» fa
Fernie is rapidly forging ahead.
You do not need to go far to observe that fact.   Already we hear
of four or five blocks that will be
started early in the spring.    We
aro handicapped at present by the
want of these blocks.   There aro
no vacant Btores, no empty offices, and    no    housos to be had.
Many  families  aro waiting   and
watching for somo place to start
housekeeping, and houses aro tho
flrot thing that ought to bo 'Aiilt.
0-f.".c3" are in demand, and stores
lu',"* ut ii   premium.     There is   a
grout  field   i'or  some enterprlfring
person   who  has  tho  "noccBSpIy"
to put up a dozen or so of small
houses or cotta-jec.   It would be
a regular harvest for tho speculator   and  help   iho  city.    Wo   duo
hear     rumors     of a large opera
house that is to bo built early in
+*.,«     ""vi*-.",     T.ct"    r.v.     .»r.iHr-.""
bipher   nnd hi-j-hrv  In  yr\ft> *vi*ry
weok,    find  property    that could
have   been    bought     for   about
91,800 two month* ago are   now
hold    at   i?2.CIC0.    What      better
the *• opportunity to get even.
With* no opposition these petty
feelings- are lost sight of, and
everyone feels glad that the,
j ."trouble" is all over. Coming so
soon after the holiday season,
, when one's hands' are hardly cold
■ from the warm and hearty handshake, we often wonder why it is
that the old hatchet is dug 'up,
and good citizens pass by on the
opposite side of the street with
never a look at their former ac-
quaintences, and it is months in
many cases, before they get back
.to the old friendship.
When a ticket like the following
is presented to the' electors of
Pernie, we can see no valid reason
for an election, and elections cost
money. Here is the ticket; For
Mayor, Aid. W. W. Tuttle; for
Aldermen, Aid. J. I». Quail,
M-issi-s. Fred. Vance, F. J, Watson, Fred. Johnson, It, Hamilton,'
In passing, wo believe that the
retiring council had the confidence
of tho city of Fernie, and were'
waited on at different times personally to stand for another year
but with no avail, all retiring
with tho exception of Aldermen
Tuttle and, Quail, and these two
gentlemen will be of great assistance to tho other new men who
are about to take the responsibility of answering for Fer-die's
ship of state for 1008. Here's
success to the  1908 council.
Kings   Hotel
;   * Fernie, B. C.
Sfevnie. ffi. G.
Bar. supplied with the best of Wine.A
Liquors,and Cigars.,
Dining Room in connection-
«|* •§•
Hotel, Hosmer
Open May 1
Everything new and
Every accommodation
for the public.
Bar stocked with the
finest in the land. .
r.        LABELLE
The Hotel of Pernie
,.* —
.{♦   Tho centre of Commercial
$ and Tourist Trude
A       Cuisine Unexcelled
* S. r. Wallace       Prop.
i -
Eoenj attention.
>   ■ i'
Rooms reseroed by wire
A pleasant home for the,
C.L. WHELAN * .Manager
. *..*' ■* -
.t~l'i—.j   *****
volutin*.., Look at j-ok.o other
places that have in or about the
namo population. They are practically dead. Why? Because they
are depending principally on one
or two things to keep them alive,
and "when either of these shut
down thc tov.'ii goes flat. FcVhic
has outgrown this stage, and ber
inteferts are now so varied -that
John Mitchell, who for years
has been an ofllcial of tho Miners'
union saysi
"If I believed that tlio trade union niovomcnt stood for uot..ing
clno than nccuring a few cents
higher wages or securing- a few
hours Iobs labor, I would leave it.
If I thought that is all it docs I
would quit the trado union move-
ment, nnd I would try to start
myself a now movement, But I
believe the trade union movement j pal.ronflgfC.
raise,, the standard of our citizen-1
rV^n* T Vol'*".** '+ vr.?-*-*. ♦!** ;--•■ —
lioort nnrl the wn-nHiuhoo--l nnrt th"
childhood of all our peoplo. And
any movement that elevates society, that elevates tlte manhood
and' womanhood  of  our    peoplo
- ..,i.-i-i**-'-tin•>--   •»■•ity^'*f*i*._._\i?;i1 v   *o     t?«"
welfare of our people and to the
good of our country.'J
The funoral of the late John
Shilton, formerly of Parton, near
White Haver, Cumberland, Eng.,
was held' last Thursday. Se
leaves a wife t&A '»** children in
the old Itfad.
Kootenay Dray & Transfer
I have commenced a high
elnss Dray and Transfer business in the city and hope by
constant attention to business
to   merit   n   share   of your
Estimates furnished on contract work
tmmije uumsMmtt
1*11.1 JUJPL
Under new rannnRcnenl
Well famished rooms.   Tho tnblo lu-
supplied witl) tho host tho market
affords.   Tlo bnr is supplied ,
It ....   »..\^   Ub.t   II til^J,   li
O-xni on .itmnnty etli. Why not i,tiidy
nlinrtliAiiili liookkoclntr. Me,,, nin\ t\mUfy
tor h ROO'I NAlnrloil po.Itlon'. Wo enn
li.lp yon. InUrnttlnu nntnlojjua froo on
«nuent to F. O. (Jinlmtt, I'rlr.-I'ii.t of
Tliu Osrlmtt Hu»Ih*m Colltse, Calwry.
Jas* Severn, Prop.
'the Minere of Lunsiufr, 0,f dedi-
fca'ted a 'tit* hall on New Year'a
Day. The alfalr -Was it. giratod om,
TownBlto Agents*
Pernio and Hosmer
Fire, LHc-Ji Accident/Insuranoo
Estate I ■-'^•^."'■-■A'VL.'.'a.-'^y^ti^
__-^-4_t_ lyN-t-T* jWflrtilA*«».
-»**_H^a^c^Ti*w»,^ nth, isoe.
„   In life which cannot he alleviated by a cup of delicious Ten
* Shakes F.-isnds and Converts wherevr
uie   with   a  figlefaf,   said
Lead Packets Only
Blue Laliel -JCc, Red Jjiibel 50c,
and (J-old Label 60e. per lb.
At all Grocers
District Board D. L. Miller, of
Taber organized a local union on
Jan. 4th, at the Royal Collieries,
Lethbridge, ev.ry man. employed
there enrolling under the banner
of the U. M. W. of A."
" y *  * *
A local union of the^TJ. M. W.
cf A. has been'organized at Taber-
ton, Sask., about 85 men are employed at that Camp.
♦   •»
District' President She-mitt, and
Donald IffcNTafc 6. ^ Lethbridge,
have gone to Edmonton to interview the government relative to
the measures to be passed this
session, in the interests of the
» * '»
- The Companies operating the
Woodpecker mines have made a
demand upon their employees for
a reduction of 20 cents per ton,
or close the mines.
* . a   •
■-4 - ' '    , '
The mention of Socialism as a
means of the emancipation of labor at some labor meetings makes
some, of the older members 'shudder!' The abolition of wage. slavery however, is ,the only hope the
workers', possess of permanently
bettering their condition' .
The following report of the
financial condition of the Ladies'
Benevolent Society for the yejar
just-.closed, shows the work performed by. that  organization.
Receipts for 1907  $ 377 15
Expenditure for 1907 ... .;. 193 85
Decorate me with epaulets, said
Clothe.me in the robes of righteousness, said Sin.-
Deck me with,the garbs of innocence, ■ said Vice. ,*'
Put   sine'erityjs  gown  upon  my
shoulders, said Deceit.
Place the crown of fidelity upoa
my brow'  said Disloyalty.
Cover me with, the draperies of
love, said Lust.
Give me the staff  of tolerance,
said Persecution.   ,i   „
Adom me with the cloak of liberty,  said Tyranny.
Beautify .me with the dress   of
duty,  said  Irresponsibility.
Garb me with     the habiliments
of humility, said Pride.
Then   Truth   said:     Let   me be
naked,   aad   unashamed.—Life.
The industrial depression that
is now upon us is going to test
the loyalty of the membership oi
° many trade unions. A trade union is powerless when its members
cannot find employment.   The-pre-
' sent state of affairs should open
the eyes of all trade unionists to
their:utter helplessness under the
present economic system. Under
the rule of Capitalism, labor is
mercilessly exploited when times
are good and left on the scrap
heap     to    starve, and die, when
times are bad.. .
,*   * - *
We are informed that owing to
the reduced orders for coal a
number of miners may bo laid off
at Coal Creek, It is the intention of tho management to take
care *of as many of the' men with I
families as possible. Considerable
alterations in, tho methods of
working aro contemplated, which
when carried out will mean increased profits for the Company,
and better wages for tho miners.
Wo fear that this winter will bo
a bad one for the workers in
many camps. Every man that has
a job had better hold on to it at
■    ■   ■—*o	
.Balance $ 183 30
The Society wishes to draw attention to. the fact that the loan
which was given in Dec. 1906 for
the    transportation    of     a    sick
woman to England has been repaid.   No interest being charged.
At the last meeting it was   de*
lcted  to  send a.,donation..of if50
to  the Children's Aid Society in
Vancouver,,  that1  Society  halving
taken. charge  of thirteen children
from Fernie during the past year.
i.ie  oociety  deeply regrets    the
withdrawal of Mrs. Trites -'rom
:he presidency; her resignation being a great loss to the organization. - Mrs. Trites has held this
position since the year 1904, and
it. is mainly- through her efforts
that the society has been.piaeed
on its present, basis. '
A vote' of thanks was tendered
to  the  retiring  officers.    The  offi-
__ers__foj^the__>resen.t._y-ear_ai*e as_
Prec*ident~Mrs.  Henry Johnson.
First Vice-President—Mrs. Fred.
Watson. ■..
Second Nice-Psesident' — Mrs.
Treasurer—Mrs. Sherwood Herchmer.
Secretary—Miss Alexander.
Investigating .Committee— Mrs.
E. Wriglesworth, Mrs. Lawe, Mrs,
H. McLean, Mrs. Broley, Mrs. Mclntyre, Mrs. Fisher,
Signed: Jessie H. Johnson', Hon,
Treasurer, Christian I. Alexander,
Hon.   Secretary.
"There is so much bad in the best
of us,
And so much good in the worst
of us, '
It hardly behooves any o. us
To speak ill of the rest of us."-
/This is one of the mottos , of
this Order and demonstrates the
feeling ot good fellowship engendered in the hearts of those who
join the Brotherhood. They say:—
'. "There js no yesterday. That
which WAS yesterday is gone forever. There is no tomorrow. That
which MAY BE tomorrow may
never come. All we have is the
ever PRESENT, the certain NOW.
We pass through the   world   but
once. Any good, therefore, that
we can ao any suffering brother
we can visit, or any kindness we
can show-WE WILL DO NOW."
'• _   ■ * "• *   »
The Order of Owls is a secret society of good fellows, who believe
in love,   laughter,   and the  kingdom of Heaven ON EARTH.   They
help   the   sick,   -bury   the  dead,
brighten dark   moments,-light up
gloomy   places.    Some     are   not
saints.      None   are   in - Potters'
Fields,   County  Shrouds   or Poor
Houses.   None are hungry.   They j
do ■ good,   speak    kindly, „   shake j
hands warmly  and    respect,    the ■
honor of their women-,
■*   *   * j
The organizers of the order are j
busily engaged instituting branches of the Home Nest, which is at
Soxith Bend, Ind., in Alberta and ]
British Columbia, and have but j
recently formed subordinate nests
at Fernie, Frank, Coleman, and
membership of over 520. Within
the past month ten other subor-
diante nests .have been added and
the membership is growing by
leaps and bounds. A nest will be
formed at Coal Creek in a few
days, . and ..from the enthusiasm
shown it should prove one of the
best in the Pass^ ** . -.
- !fhis order protects you during
illness - from accident or natural
causes, > its doctor attends you
free.of charge, and it pays a eub-
stantial' benefit while you are ill.
Some ot the most influential and
best men think well of the aims
and methods of the "Order of
Owls" and show their appreciation and confidence' by becoming
members. It's toast is: ,
Here's to' the man whose hand
Is firm when he holds your own
Like a grip of steel that m&kea
.' you feel
You are not in the world alone.
.   NEVER.,..
Translated   from   Slavonic  into
| English by Francis P, Mar chant.
An   order in council has     been
passed regarding the regulations
governing the issue of leases   to
mine for coal  within tho Rocky
Mountain park and substituting
therefor   new   regulations!      The
duration of the leases is fixed at
twenty years; but may bo terminated by tho consent of the crown
lor    non-fulftlmont of  conditions.
Tho ground rent is fixed at     ono
dollar   por aero,   It is provldod
lhat    tho    lessoo  uli all  jommenco
active  mining  within   oho   yoar,
In addition to rout a royalty of
five cents per ton will bo collect-
pd, and dofault in payment, within thirty days shall be foliowod
by tho cancellation of tho lease,
Tlu i-.-.lr.lr.'.ii-.-. leazcil to one j*-*".*:*;,*'-.
in  "IflO   n(*ri»«i   ntir.    (be  -mnyimum
040 acros,
......   i i o
In IBIS the central committeo of
tbo Scottish weaver wont to prison ior dixecung a hixike to te-
■■ cure wages offered by a justice of
the peace, and refused by employers,
A bill has been introduced into
Congre.-n to ta* coal'! one cent per
ton for the purpose of creating a
fund to provide for those who are
affected by mine explosion*.
While our faithful hearts aro boating ior tho nation ever,
Live, long live tho Slavic langu-
* ago, ,  *
Sounding through tho' ages.
Thunder rolling, wrath btornal!
vnin our foeman rages,
This tho gift our God entrusted,
God, the Lord of thunder,
Thoroforo, who on earth can wrest
.   it from our lives asuhdor?
Though our foes, like hosts of
darkness, in proud, ranks are
God, is with us; fall upon them,
Perun all dispelling!
Though against ub clouds are
looming, mighty storms impending,
Rocks destroying, strong oaks
Earth's foundations rending.
Finn wo stand as castle ramparts
tong'uo and houioland shiold-
May tho oarthqualco soizo the dastard
Who would dream of yielding!
For Three Months
we will
to Thc
rate of
receive - subscriptions
Fernie Ledger at the
One Dollar a Year
We  want to double our
of subscribers.   Seize the
portunity   and get the   paper
—■--* * t> *■■
Baby's Own Tablets is tho only
medicine* for  children  that  gives
thc mother the guarantee of a rrov-
ernnu-nt analyst   that   it   is   ab-1
.c-luU-ly   hi-v     iioir.  opiates  mul
poisonous    Eoothlng    stuff,    Tho
Tablets cure all stomach and bow-1
el troubles, destroy worms, break j
up colds  and  uimplo  fovors    and i
bring     tooth  through  painlessly. <
Ihey   giv_ baby »ounu,     natural
slefp, because they remove     the (
cause of crossness and sleupless- \
noss.  Hrs. Ralph Judd, Judd Haven,    Ont.,     says:   "Baby's Own
Tablets have given me groat satisfaction both for teething troubles and constipation."   Sold by
all medicine  dealer* er by  mail
at B5 cents tx box from the Dr.
Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-rill.
with all the News
Send    yo ui-
Ma nnger of
name   into
The   Ledger.
Wc have just placed in stock some
of the iaieM fads for primed matter
and ^'iiaraiKce  .satisfaction, ..,,,..,
•.-**_■ *■
to all  points in  Ontario and  Ouebece .
West of Montreal
* RSa
<i_>? ■cj? 6_a 31 IJ? SSJ?
Pr.iDoj'tionateJy low rates to' -points east of Montreal
Ckoc&S for SO days '_$._£__ stop-ovsr _ir-.v_.eg*
Close connections'and excellent train se
For those who coold not get
away during the busy holiday
season we recommend .... .
This Par-Pamed Sanatorium
with its Salpbur. Springs and
Unsurpassed Accommodation is
Just the place
to build up and get a fresh start.
Rates $2.50 pier day and up.
This   Company-   operates  ■
Through Standard Sleeping Cars,. Dining Cars and
First Class Tourist Sleepei's
For Hates, Reservations nr.U any ii.-
foromtion desirfcd cnll on or write
.  I). P. A. .A.G.T.A.
Nelson Vnneeuv.-r
for the farm, garden,, lawn or
* conservatory.
Reliable,   approved   varieties'
at reasonable prices
Na windy agents to annoy you
Buy direct and get treeBand
seeds that GROW
Bee Supplies, SprayJ^umps.^
Spraying material and
Cut Flowers
Catalogue Free
ML J. Henry
Greenhouse — 3010 Westminster
Road, Vancouuer, B* U.
60  YEARS'
Trade Marks
Co*»vfiioHTa Ae.
 o .onfiinu n tiiot	
ll.nsiurlctlycoiili.entlal, HAflDuOOlTon Caten-j
' *   o. OM  --"  -	
■ An. ono Bonding n elioteh and dnacrlntlnn m»y
qulclilr ascertain our opinion freo wJiolhor an
Irvonilon In prohftblypntontiihio. Communlcr
1101)8 r.trlctjy coiiadciit Tnl. HAflDuOOlT on I'ttonl
cent froo. Olilect (iL'.noy lot .ocurinn lutonm.
1'fitcinW ^aUoa through JHuim •& Co, rccelre
rivefui ViottceTv''1»lTou t oil nr ero7 tutfTo ~
$ iMtiit jimerica
A hi*n.;oi.ioly iiiustrcuxl wcoUly, lenient olr-
wlnflon of any loiontino Journnl, Tel-inn for
Cdim-it', s?J,V5 a yoar, f Obtngo proimliJ. Hold b.
nil mmcaonler. -
"vfi-anoli Otooorta. V SU Wm-Idkiwi, _». 0.
Fit for a King
The meats that you buy
, from us arc fit for <*i king.
Wc sell no'lilng tlmt is
not Lho l'fi.t, ihut is why
wo havo so ninny piesistd
cufetomer-j Let us de- ' ,
monstato iliis' lact by a
trial. Polite attention
and prompt service.
Calgary Cattle Co.
All work guaranteed
Victoria Ave.
The ♦_.
Fernie Lumber
Fernie, B. C.
Cigars, Tobacco,
Cigarettes & Pipes
Thorn is only ono plnco In town
wherayou can «etgood reliable
roods In our lino that U ni
W. A. INGHAM, j'lioi'.
Piro.VB PI.     -     ,    Kkbmi; Ii. C
Co., Ltd*
| AlEX. McDOUGAll, Pres. ft te Mfr. |
Manufacturers o. and
Dealers In
Hough & Di-cMcd Lumber
Dimension it Dririgc Timber •{•
.    I'lllng, Moulding, Ijiths, •{♦
Shingles and Tics ?
■~m*****m ?"
if Telephone Poles a Specially JE
|Cash! Cash
Pnld fop Sooond
Kanii furniture
Stoves, oto.
| B. C. Furniture Store !
v Noxt Door to Imperial Hotel
Y ''
\ll Order. I'rumjitly Au.jidcd
? Tel
Tcrnlc, B. C. &
TheA. MacdonaidCo
(Ilcid Office, WlnnlpcR)
Uninclic-.—Vnneouvcr, NtUon, Fernie
Kdmonton, AIiji. A: Kenora, Ont.
Fernie, B. C.
Wholewte  Grocerie*.  Hour,   FettJ &
Ctmp SuppliM TJt7*i *.- i.*m$::K.zJ
i   .1  ' ;—.y. i' i
WEDOKR, ._r___Orn5, ».   .C, SAOTABtfUltlv 1908;
The year had gloomily begun
_T»r Willie Weeks, a poof man's
•was beset with bifi 'and dun,
d ho liad very Uttio  ■
••THs cash," said lie, "won't pay dues.
*_*v. nothing here but ones and        Tues."
__ bright thought-truck'him, and he said.
"The rich Miss -Goldrocks T will      Wed."
.But when he paid his court to her,
.She lisped, ."but firmly said, "No,    Thur."
'•"Alas!'* said he, "then I must die,",
His soul went where they.say souls
ibtey found hJs gJoves and coat and hat,
Jffnfl the coroner then upon tliem        Sat.
—P. H. Leonard in Puck,
It Distressed Him.
It Has « Perverted Taste In th« Mat-
t«r of Food and Drink.
"Beautiful butterflies, 11 -.-.-tcmlul ami
silent liost, fluttered ami Hon ted ..bore
tlie tail white lilies In tho quk-t sav*
"How lovely they are!" said a 'ua'-
ture -student, sipping liis tea. "liow
very lovely they are,' yet the richer
their lieauty the ranker their taste.
The purple emperor, one of the fines.
Imtterflies, likes nothing for dinner as
well as a dead cat—a cat S.e-.or sis
days 'dead.
. "Other lieautiful butterflies subsist
i'.;.-on spoiled fruit. Fresh fruit t'.iey
woii't IcoU at. It must be f*-'.r.v.i-
to pieces with rotteniipss.
"13ven In their drink sor-.e of the'
loveliest butterflies hnvo a perverted
taste,- Turniug' scornfully"'from dewy
rose petals and from crystal sprisij.3.
•hey seel; out the vilest, foulest laid-
;lIo;s whereat to quench llieir thirst.
"And nearly all butterflies are drunk-
i arils.,   Collectors ceulrap    them    by
i .neans of stale beer mixed with mo*
| lasses,   'l'li'ls they, smear on the holes
*.f trees.    Unable to rasist the dose,
the   most   respectable   butterflies—fathers of .families,- capitalists, elderly
matrons—get hopelessly drunk and Sn
.!i_ midst of their wild, -silent orgy are
.ranniiedln-big handfuls Into the collector's pouch."
A Man Holding a Paid-up Card
Should Be Proud
Brewery Go.^Ltd
Fernie,  B. 0.
Brewers. of- Extra  Fine * Lager
and   Aerated   Waters.
Bottled    Goods    :v     Specialty.
I     Hotel     I
"Doesn't it distress you, Mr. Waw*
■Jbawsh, when you notice how much
.jtho current* slang phrases seem ,to ap-
jpe**.l to go'many people nowadays in-
■jstr.id of good, pure English?" A*
,'"Et does, for a fact!  Looks like they
.'had the dictionaries skinned a mile!'.'
'—Browning's.     •      ...
A Baffled Plot	
i.ieorgo -wanted to make it..disa_T-«-
'.ai.le for the unpopular aunt who was
,;co.'iing to visit them.and hired a hand
;'.*:-..,'aj_ man to play in front of the
.-_K..;se all the afternoon ohthe, day she
-jfcv. iyed. When he came home at night
■Bis wife met him at the door. '/
"George, there was a hand organ
* xn-..n playing in front of the house all
the afternoon.'" I tried to drive hlm
away, and he wouldn't go. It was real-
i_y, dreadful."
• George chuckled. -
ii "And how did'auntie like it?'
''Auntie! Why, she couldn't hear a
-Bound. She's grown so awfully deaf,
Ifcouknow." . <•
"At" and "Across."
He  Is  a   Fighter,- So  Ee Cautious   In
Provoking Him.
"I always feel a'bit nervous," remarked a sergeant of police, "when I"
have to arrest a man with gray eyes.
I'or I know that he Is a born lighter
ami that-Ijun likely to-have a lough
Job.   -.' • , A;"'-.;      .. .  ,       :'
1 "Most .men .when they are lighting
retain a-certain amount of discretion
and remember tliata brutal assault on
the police is'a''very-serious offense.
15ut the man .with, the gray eyes,
though lie may <■. 'his calmer moments
be (juite aware of.the folly of resist-
'2ncc. forgets all -rtbout that when his
blood is up. II. tliiuk-i of only one
t.iing. and that Is to wlii the fight.
"It isn't'among criminals only that
the gray eye denotes thc fighter. I
have observed the -same thing among
professional pugilist...' an enormous
proportion of wlunn have gray oyu.3.--
"'Villi soldiers -and sailors it is just
,i-<? same. Many .of our foremost generals and admirals bave eyes of this
•.■■■Ior.' It is' the more remarkable
when we remember that the number
A'Dissenting from the" opinion of-most
■of his  fellow countrymen,  Professor
.•John Lester, an English speaker at a
Jneeting of the  Friends' Educational
Association  in   Philadelphia, ' declared
%at the manners of boys,in the Unit**
'led States Were, better than those of j
iJSngllsh lads. This he held was due toj
jfhe influence of American mothers .and I
-jromen teachers in our schools.'
. "The.American boy," said Professor;
;Lester, "learns his first lessons.in morality at his mother's knee.  The English boy generally learns Ms across-his!
i_athcr,s."—Woman'f- Home Companion.
| Would Have a Long Wait
':} "Bring in somo Ico water, Bridge*^
and put a large piece of toe'*in!th*»
'bitcber,'' 'said n,ln_y*jt6; lier recently
'log-god* servant.-' After-whiting twen-,
ty minutes tbo lady called for Bridget
to inquire why it took so long to bring'
In the ico water.
1 "Shuro,   ma'am,"   replied   Bridget,
''tho big loomp of Ico ain't milted yet*
A 8afe Quest. '
. Rector*-, boo by the roport you hand
ln that Job Jones, who Is, starving and
out of work, has ten children. Havo.
you been thero to visit thorn?
Cur^to—No, sir. ,
; Rector — 'Then, how j do, you , lrnow
jtbout tils family?'
' Oarato—Starving and ont of employ"
tttot"always "hnvo ton,' doctor;—Hft^
!jt Extreme.. i{.
1 fm**, Larry, tht*,jnfn at tbe 0t*N»
WAs It a BwtU. ne ottett •itm4t
&^wi.lj(n„:l |
<.-f.people wlio have gray eyes'is small
compared with other shades.
'"Tlie moral is that when' you are
■••lo'iling with a gray eyed man yen
should lie cautious .n provoking him.v
-London Answers.- ."'   ' ,
, - - • •
Mexico's  Fetnous  Parrots.- !"
In the state.of Tansaullpas,' ln Mexico, parrpts of the much prized "double
yellow head", variety,'.famous as conversationist.**, are foaud In countless
flocks. Indeed tho woods are literally
full of'them and arcvocal with their
harsh cry", from sunrise to sunset'.-They
Kcem to have, but one note. It Is only
tn confinement that tlieyiare |iultntive.
la this country they ,aro worth Jf 10
apiece.; Parrots 'tiuild..-their* nests s.ln
holes .and hollows of rtrecBj tind In
parts'of'.Mexico thoy one so numerous
that every.available cavity Is occupied
by, them ln t_.o pnstliig season: ' Nevertheless tho work of; procuring their
young ,is extremely*nt'diiou*", even for
tlie export natives. Trees ih tlie tropics nre commonly festooned with many
(•limbing vines of tlilcltiiesaes vnryl'is
"from n. thread to lho bIto of n Rhlp's
cable, and all this network of vegetation Is URiinlly Infested by* myriads 6f
desperately llerce ants of largo size,
which botli * bite, and .sllngl 7.Many, tin
unfortunate peon,' it Is r.ald, lias lost
his life whllo engaged in this pursuit,
tx*>eo,usi., tortured beyopd endurnnco by
tho ferocious-iitsocta) I jo wijb tjnablojto
retain* bls'.grlp.-Arg.unut' '     '
N'o person need feel ashamed of
holding a .paid-up union' card or a I
due, book.   No class of society or
organization      or * philanthropist
has  done   as  much  for' the   common people  as the labor  unions.
Philanthropists   built   homes    for
the working men and women after
they have left the home of their
parents.- ..Unions are making   the
home fireside fit for sons a_ad dau:
ghters to remain in the true home
—that   of' their  parents^—  by  increasing wages so that,the father
can support.the family and make
the home what it should be. Philanthropists-build libraries,  while
unions shorten the hours of labor
to give.- the workingman time * to
read, the .books. * -Unions   shorten
hours of labor,to place more men
to/work, who are willing to work.
Cities  build  hospitals   and.      the
unions,   take   care   of   the*, family
while the bread ..winner is in them.
If .death should call, one of its
members the" union,.pays  a death
benefit to keep the wolf from the
...-     j        -'JO      -- - "** ■*
door  and. to' my knowledge . not
one   menjbe'r      of  any  union has
ever  been   buried'  in. a    pauper's
*,      * * *     . $
grave. . ,    ..
Labor unions have,fought to
save1 the children"from the factory
and place them in the schools by
having laws enacted and' in increasing the' wages of the isLthers
so it would not be necessary to
send the child to work. Labor
unions have done more good work
among their members regarding
morality and sobriety than any'
other class, through changing the
surroundings ■ of their members.
Labor' unions have made better
_citizens_._o_f__the_working  class   by
tjiTIOISr    L.-i__.23I_
Glow's    Nest   Special
, 'AND	
ft. .tier's Favor*, te Cdgars
i v
I ♦
; *
The best dollar a'day house
in,the city.
Well stocked bai*.
Liquors and Cigars of the
highest quality.
ROSS BROS.       ,   PROPS.
. ._ r_ i
Coal —Conl mining rights may be leased for
il period of twenty-one venrs nt an nnnunl
rcntuJ of !*1 pfci* i.oic. "N't.t more than i,;'i(n
acres ^hall be lensed to one iiiiiividuiil or
compuuy. A royalty at tlio rate of five cents
per tpn sh'iJJ be'collectcd on the merchantable
conl mined. ...
Quaktz,—A rcriou ei .lifeen;. e.ir.? of ago or
over. liRvin)rdlscovere'J rnineralin place,may
tocate a claim 1,5j0s 1,5.0 feet.
Tho fee for recording a claim is.**5.
At Jei*.*.t 4100 mu.t-be expended on thecir.im
eachyuaror paid to the milling recorder in
lien tJiereof.' When khmhna Deeii expend'.*! or
paid, tlie locator may, upon having a survey
made, cud upo-i complying witli other requirements, puichaso tlie land at Jl per acre.
Tho patent provides for.the payiner.t-of a
royalty of 2jVper cent on the sales.. .
Plackr mining claims generally are lot feet
square; entry feo io renewable yearly,
An applicant, may, obtain two leases to
dredge fur gold of live miles each for a term of
twenty years, renewable at the discretion-of
the Mu4,i_."i*r of thaTutorior. ,    -  . .,
"Tiie'lessee shall have a dredge in operation
within one season from the date of the lease
for each Jive miles. Rental £10 cer annum for
each, mile of river leased.. Royalty at the
rate of. 2J per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.
." .•W.W.C-iRY,
Deputy Minister of tho Interior.
N. B.—Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. •.,
,.-,';■       " ' *       - *    Aug I-07-6E!
You want comfort and satlsactlon
of clean smooth shaves every
The Carbo Magnetic Is tho only
GUARANTEED to give this.
The secret Electric Tempering
positively, merges^ every particle of, carbon-(tho life ot?
steel) Into the metal—glyiiig'
diamond-ilka hardness
throughout the I)l_de-r50tne-
tiiing: absolutely impossible
with fire tempered* steel used
in making all other razors.
But test this razor  lu your
own Home—-or have yourbarbe.
use it on vou. * Secure one 30
nore hj^rtjgfln]]>j'c)hj|il. tpjpccb do*
Uvered fo nu Bast Indian court of law
by a pleader:J^Wbot Ui«y. aay Ib very,
If not moat, fidioulouHly.abaurd to be*
notblfiK to pot the wounded Into coco.
This, sir, Ib n lie, nn uiimltljjnted lit.,
, '.' The Ord«r Granted. >;•
.rilo wpjit, <lot**;n, on, bta!(liand8 &n^
kjiooH nnd' prnycil Cloijj to nfrlko hii
hjtnds off If lio:i*.Vruck'lno with them.
q'tj-nln.   Klnco tlion lio Iiiih Immjii doing
if. with liiH'hniKlliuul toeiA'i ■<:•"•• "
'irluoli wi\h (lio Hiory of .Mnry TunieV
nf I'rcNton wlii'ii tippli'liu. for it' nop*!;.
ai'nllou  onlur. iikuIukI  her  tmHbantL- 'j
Tbe onk-r wo* kvuuu-J.  I.on-lon MallJ*;!
or, rnther, n folBolioo-1 or fiiblo or ntors
oV, -nd nyfh»i»iAiR'iiHilc'niVrbb!J(5ilv<'B, n
il oxaL'tUmlo.— Tliow* liulTnlocu
ipoiI to Brine on, llio Held, vt.xltjl\
nctiii|lly,-.i/V(*ii !|)i'op*:»« 'Stix?]'.},,
v, 1 h'Jie) fli-Mliiti lion rwmt tftp.-f
having them take'an interest   in
the common welfare of .the :com-
-S     \    -I
munity. Thesej statements /can be
all verified.by any person/'ahd it-
can also be substantiated ' that
the benefits of. organized labor's
work" have'not been confined ^tb*.
its members, but the working class*:
as, a whole has received the" ^ene-l
fits of its work. ,/' /.A ''■]
'.I i ''I >
Now, Mr. Union Man, and. Sympathiser, learn to reeognire.-fthej
Union card or due book as\aj
badge of honor and become*, 'thn.
active worker to extend the work;
by your good counsel. -A';-
, Try a little boosting and remember that the best way to boost (is;
to buy union label goods and have,
your  friend do likewise. -
ikeipe is Easily Prepared at.a
Cost and Many Swear by it
=J\T _ •v=iL ■_■ V_ __.=
_*?_•_ 11   AW1MM..
—* W ** V T. _ug —
Phillip Carosella
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes
. Gent's Furnishings.. • '
well in a bottle, and take in tea-
.spoonful doses after meals.and at
bedtime.-' ,i'( 1 \  j \      "V
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-
half ounce; Compound fj&argon,
,one ounce; Compound Syrup Sar-
^saparilla, three ounces. A, local
druggist is the authority that'
,theEe simple, harmless ingredients
.can, be obtained at nominal cost
from-your home  druggist. '.
/ Xhe.jmixture is said to  cleanse
and^rtrengthen the  clogged   and
nattive     fflidneys,     overcoming
Minard's Liniment Co.,    Limited'
Gentlemen — I have   used MINARD'S LINIMENT from time   to
time for the past twenty years. It
was recommended to me' by a' prominent physician of Montreal who
callod it the great ''Novo, Scotia
Liniment."    It, does the doctor's
work; it is,[particularly good* in
cases iof. rheumatism, and sprains,;
■       I    A"   Wrs ttuly,   '-"   ' '
1 ...    G. G. DUSTAN,
• Chartered Accountant.
Halifax, N.S., Sept. SI, 1007.
HAMI1_t6W. <
,;' Toibnto,  Jan.  8.*—With liabili-
Sies risti|p^ted,.f^ aHciu.t>!f25,Q0Q
nd jrtssetfl of. about- ?20.p00t
;$walis U*ryB.,'J_lit -Wnd 'cap 'ttitt.
cjhantti qfj'Hniniltohf, Hxvt* aisign-
•d for the benefit of their creditors. {The chief creditors are Eastern houses and the banks of
Montreal txxi& Hamilton,.,,,,, fyi
r.U—.l —    y'..u.t Ji:-'
Backache,  Bladder  weakness  and
u/inary trouble     of all kinds,   if
taken before the stage of BrightV
Those who have tried this say
it positively overcomes pain in
the back, clears the urine of sediment and regulates urination, especially at night, curing even tho
worst forms of bladder weakness,
Every man or woman hero who
feels .that tlie . kidneys are not
strong 'or ' ' acting in n healthy
manner should mix this prescrip-
tion at home and give it a trial,
as it is .'said to do wonders for
many persons.
^hc.pwanton, (Pa.) Times wa»
first to print this remarkable pre**
scription, in October of 1908, 6ince
when aU the leading newsjpaper*
pf Hfi}w^<r»,(l^«t^vy4biladelphii;
Pittsburg and other cities hav*
made many announcements of ii
tq/thtft'/fceaders, j      ..!
mHE   O ..  Lid.
;['-' ■"   i.'.iV      - '   >'.... .     ,: ,
, Wholesale Dealers and Direct -. ,
t.,-  ,*,,,,    Importers of,,.-    '.',      \
"..-.:   LONDON DRY  '* A
.,,-. ,old.;tom: .i'.      ■ r>.-' -:,'|
.. ..- . and. holland gin.
pommehy:- ■       .....   -.!
,.,-,,,,. ,chami»agne  * ■  - |
„  f.SCHLITZ BEER' . , !
-, >■ ■•!,i   '.',' -       i) :•'■'.-   t
Solo '.Agents In Enst Kootenay for
■;■>:.'■■■'   -A-NOTICE.7*uA_* ''i
NOTICE is hereby given that 30*
days after date I intend to apply,
to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum,
on the following lands, situate
in the district of .Southeast Kootenay, British. Columbia, Block.
1—Commencing at a post planted 1   mile   east   oi tho   23   mil*   -
' post of the present "C.P.R..   surrey;- ,,
on west1 Boundary line of   Block
-1593, and being the S,E.   coiner
post    of   the    Samuel M.   Moore
claim,  thence running   north   80  .
chains,    thence     west 80    ch.jas,
thence    south    80-chains,  taence
east 80 chains, to a point of tcmi-
mencement,    making   ("4.0    acres,
more or less.
* Located this 12th day  cf Nov-.'
ember, 1907.
^SAMUEL M. MOOHS,  l.rAtor
A. W. BELD3N, At.wt..
Witness: G. C. H. Colei*.a.
2,—Commencing at a post P'an-0
ted 1 mile- east of the 23rd '
mile .post of the .gresent C.
P. R. survey on west boundary
line'of Block 4593, atd", hoing the
N.E. corner post ol Jesse F. Pil*
verman's claim, thenco ' running
west 80 chains, tVence. south , 60
chains, thence e;u;t SO chains,
thence north 80 chains, to a point
of coinmeiicemc *.t, making 5*10*
acres, more or l-.s.
Located   thi? '.2'.b -lay oi'*'.-.v.Tov-
ember, 1907. -        .
A. W. BEL.Ol.N, Agent.   *•
Witness:  G.  «?.  Lr. U-jltuian.
3.—Comm?ncing* at & post plan- .
red 1 mile east of the. 23rd
mile ' post * of the' present C.
P. R". survey-cu-3-vest lunmd&ry,
of Block 45-)3, _nd. being .tbe-S..
W-;corner post of the Jm. Robertson claim, thence junnLng noitb*
80 chains, then.e east SO chains,,
thence south 80 chains, .hence-
west 80 chains to ■ a point. of-
commencemsnt, -making'040, screa
more, or less; '..    --,.,.
Located this l.iih 'lav  of If. *.--
ember,. 1907. '
JNO.  ROBERTSON,  locator;
* A. W. BELDEN, Afent.
Witness: G. C. H. Coleman. }
4.—Commencing at a'post planted 1 mile east of the 23rd mile
post of the "' present C.
P.'R. survey on. -^-est borndary
line-of Blocn 4593, and being,.the
N.W. corner post of the William-'
G. Pearson claim, thence running
east 80 chains,, thence south 80*
chains, , thence west. 80 chains,
of commencement, making 640-
acres more or less. n
Located   this 12th day of November, 1907.
A. W. BELDEN, Agent.
Witness: G. C. H. Coleman. *
,. 5.—-CJommencing at a post planted at. or. near at;-a*point orie mile
east' '6f! 25' niile post'of .present C.
P.'.'R. stiivefj ,adjblni-ig.1'lBlbck
4593, on' the', west; *.a*nd 5being -tie
southwest corner4post of Alex.> S.
Pafquharson's ^laiai;,th'enc? .north
80'chains;.'thence -wesi 80 chains;
thence "south 80 s chuins; thence
east 80 chains to a; point "of-coxti-
mencement, making 640 acres
more or less.
Located this 13tb day,of,, Nov-
eiinber,f 1907.:   -'   '    '■'*    ''
W. E. COATES, Agent.    .'
Witness: G, C. H.J Coleman.
( y-iivnuv ,tn w|i|"'i III".'-1 went. ,,1^1)I;'1-:*
.;.' ^.jff 11- li-ii ,1 |'V >f]\\) j':. iij'-ik: jibvl*V;
•'. ' !:<.-.•;• "ivhi I*! I,!.;' *,   .;■ 'i ' i i!'.-i! >iv >»?, - -
freely   nilinlt," ^roinnrkcil,
»%v,ii-t*Mir**-i/*j' •j,-*:;**--.-i
•ti-Ut^iir^xv." ''•- ■■•' '
. -, -[ '*-.' -■-.
,; ; •_* Ci;;   t-';c'',i ■'■!'-'
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f V /->•*>'/ ;
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Meoktiiu,,"tltnt I owo| ovoryllilog-ttj lit,:'*!i:):i
my wife." • '.'.\\u'" !;*'*""'i'- ■• »>■ >■• •.» *
"•And she occiiHlonnlly ramlnda you.l!'i'll!'" "I"*'--? '"»■ "''"'i'f »■" '<•" "tfeitliiir
oMho factr ■    ■   .ii,',   *: i*1*'""*" "tiiB-rmr." "hli'iln «rf n tm\lx*?," y-
Ask your tic.'/.-: .l\-tit thejj
[wisdom of your li-.tfiinjAyiir'a
! Cherry Pectoral in llie fioiise,:
I ready for colds, cough?, croup,
-Vu-vk,  *   uiuo. ~«utik mu* bun man , . / . ■ . - ■  ■  -     j bluin.'iiifi,     il -,t (.„. i, 'tis nil
tKe w-irtMit  rrocH^r'ln (be wwld."-'""wAhV  "i'.iI.I'.siml   "Ii.'.-wvIipi-iI." ••!.■'. ■ | ,.,_•:   ,v,,;   /,;..  A   j^'.i'.-: y( -.-
■;*      .         - ...'ji.jv! il«iw;ii,v," ;*o I'.u'if man." •'dim-'.. i    "h"lV '.— •',*•*/ "   *""••*«,.■-•»'
!,v ..    ,    .  .■.•li-iK ^itPU'JiiJK'f." ;'»'fii-) lil:u ftM')d:\y.,^.',    At OflCt.   •  V. Ji'/   HCt  SliOW
' " '' '■.,.'•'.'•'."■»••■ iiJin-ft'1'"."* '*'.*<*?J'\ ^•■»f'-.,;,
alter., K'!' c.vi'noiv." "l'> htr." n*:-l "V:e mr.fj]
ivi'v.in" ;u> I'll Ii5-v      .'   ■"
/)..!:;ii*LATEST KBPORTi       .\
The latest report being circulated in the. newspapers in connec-
tio»i with!the'i omici-B of' the Uni-
j ted Mine Workers is that if: Lewis
' is elected    the    anthracite ir.!. ..n
•.vill.fornv ft union of their own Vie-
* 6-1V.3S 'tliy aiv loyal to ?i-asident
•Kitehcll, , Tho loyalty of the Anthracite miners is shown in tho
.act that thero ruo a Iittlo over.
cO.OOO I'-.nit-.rH m the anthracite
• region, out of 105,000 mine work-
;C1T"--       :   ■ -
,) *        ; •    ;..,—.   ...(».... i, •
The Dominion Meat Co.
Limited '
( ■'■
Fresh'.,and ',Salt.''Meats ,*of ..allokinds *in-stock*
•i ' ' - {   l    ' i    '   "'   i'i ' i'f   ■■''-■"• '■
"'"  ,JPoultry,' Fish and, Oysters jn -season i
^      ,     , (Jf..      ,       „,)        ,f.{t        .     I     -')'    'I-        '4     '•       \ ■'      '     ' '     ' ' ' '
"'■;- Dairy Butter and Ranch Eggs ,
,;   ..  , .-■ i     mi    .*) . • ■''-. 'i r;
.'til.■ -t"t\,l'\ I"'   i'i   ■'    '*' •■:■-' *'   *•''■'    '-*. •'■■''
)   '
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■ (,Phohe4 -y'"
. t      i
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Victoria Avex
It*   'fl,', ■■•
;. And He Succeeded.
.|iBej( pnrdoii, sir," wild tli^ walnri.rV!1 «'.v
vrlQ)'. oxiMr't t'etH -"iiiilnl; •'•"Vint-'i-Vt.i.-'t', f-"> •'■' ■'■'
"KO.".itoiAM -, tliv*, Atpiiii,j; g-i-riti i
•ijrtl Vox, tr>Inr' W D-icet. It.. CoW
,    Pr»*ty P,-»ir Advice. ,\
MiM.'Ilo'nli.Mtii■'■V'/ii sliotilil Fay nnlh-
Inv I'nV aiv'.f i.t tti' ,',,-nt
lU'nhnmy1bt*}\ <l'"«u*t: -n-f^n j that
.inn   *iJji*!iTil   s:ty   i./'llilni;   Imt   litul   ot
(be HtIiiu
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V. 1  I::;.',*.' !i:.v.- !..
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puA'.i- a !«..!.
at ohct.    \\
liuie'forc«:ighi In sue!-. r.::;.'cr$?
Early ireatiriuiT, eafly cui e.
Jri* . V,    ^^v,-*^    &* mil':,.* ts.1.,    .....va,    '" 4),<_*.
£m      m jk mJ,  "•*■"•    ."r*'':i'e'.!cih . l.-een troubled for some timi *«
__T Jm.^^fif'***'     "''-W'lfi' *■ Pa'n in i*.*-.;* leffuhotilder,"!
*   "tf '*'    .Y^.YYi^Yi  •■   ..'clf-d to plve Chnml.erlain's   V
*   ■ V  Mn;-/ i b*t.,«j Mil:; *..il-. uni.  vitU, i^wltrt. ta'.U-ial, wltfr lh«|««.Mt thstj
-. ;:; w!*.n ths wU!_ ijrqtiMv )i dine to a tuy ;JI/r.ot *t>nJr-if-t rtlirfr*1 Vdr cnle by
:.   Ilrcr.   \7af.r.- '.y '  '•«••• ym-1 - i tlot-    ,■■',• {.., «•)
X-ni.-.p *:.uf.-ii"lflri-"ii- i;'.v-^.3j' f.'iUfffl
!liy rhe-amKtifim'ol the aiuiclts anS
1 quickly yields to a few appllea"-
! tions of Chamberlain's Pain JDalnl.
\ .Iru.  F. H. MeElv.ee,  of Boiston,
&* mll'SI. is. I.,      ...„.sa,      ' " 4),(_'. lilti   ,
•A-NTiD   XliflTJmXX*
Y;'iY 1 a kJ« lii'mU'erilxltiff.'*'
),' .'    i  linv**.  nTi.vflilri.T  to «»J"   t* \,
■Q- ..»jy ft I o li 1* i fit te.- Cblcigo Hewv.
iV******">****>'->"»***"3"s"8p*e"e'*5'*  ''Vu**R«^««te^^
tor wi'l ",-it v
of Aycr'.-. IMtn
ial :ff,l;jj.
in o"C*\\-'..:-l'-qs.   **   -, * *.* * ,*;
(  i   '. .-■■.* i'-Vfe 3 ?Mf-  ■■■-.rJ.-X--. i
> Lvji ti.e li,..»u»tii,tf,   ;uinntc\'h Liniment e\u<._ Di_>l-Vl.«.-«>*
li.u if ineJ.C.JLrnGo., u**ii,u*m**mm i jftt ^ Jg{
neat Merchants
LWAYS-a choice supply of Heef,
Pork, Muttoh, Veal ami  Lamb orr'1
hand.    Ham's, Bacon, Lard,-But-1
lur nm, iujtj-*-..
'*- ■i;*r_?*<]-, S'.iioked .'ind Sailed Fish; ahv.iV!**  a
''    ''' "V"'.!' *"■"?*':'. "*MA     Tfi'   Oi!'!*  *M!rl*?"?   Ml'At
■' ,$;Afl-raut!auJ "CV.vsivrs. ■-'•■'" * ^' '•'
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FSJUftS 'ESroqi-^,.yB^JEj-jg,-j C.tiJAyU^1.-llth/ I9Q8.U
'.- r_f ^.*i
*. ■-
General Manager of the Home
Bank of Canada
(From the Toronto "World" Dec.
."     -   .        / IS, 1907.)
. The general , manager of the
Home Bank of Canada began his
banking career as a junior clerk
in the Toronto Savings Bank,
and advanced rapidly in the scale
of promotion to the post of man-
National  Emblems .Under Which the
;  -y    j^ City Hat'Been'Ruled.;.' *'   *.* ; V
'  The' first'' European Visitor- to' Maii-'
haWan Island wras.IIenrj* Hudson, who
■i*j?i-0fit 's'slled up the river now S..earing
liis name.-* The flag under which be-
sailed was that of the Dutch EastTn-
ilia company, which waa tho, flag of
.'lie United Provinces of the Netherlands, orange, white and Woe arranged
iu three equal horizontal stripes, in tlie
center of the white stripe being tlie
letters   "A.   0.   C."—Algeiueene  Oost
Inclise eompagnie (General East India
-•o*upnny). -
.-'rom the tlmo of the discovery no
visitor came into these waters of
•vlilcb there is record until 1(512. when
.Manhattan was settled nuclei' th:* East
India company, wliicli continued In
poi'-sesslon unlil 1022, when the jr-iyem-
_. ., . . , Episcopal church oi Cincinnatti, .,:.i,_ fell Into the hands of the West
^, Loan Company, Limited, he enter- . wh0 thinks tbat the forking man   mcAn cowpiiny.   The (lag of tlu* natch
has too easy a time and gets his j -.V-.'-t India cojiiiiany wns tin* fanio '*■'
money'too  easy and are robbing !'(:i:l1  °r  i;:*"  Predecessor,  save  t".it it
the  enijiloyers    of    their' . profits
wilt say that-1 am a working man
Who Thinks Laborers Get Too
Much Pay and Thereby Rob
Their Employers
In reply to the "Rev. Dr. H. C.
What our Canadian Readers
Think-tetters to the
Weekly Post
This week's mail has brought severa*
letters in pessimistic vein from CanR- .  that'institution     Later     t      •   " "    u    a      c ss.     m   s
a-       „„,.„.._ «• ,.,_ ii\vaai*iv   PnKt>' g                      -raswuwon.    ^aier, , jemimgs      head    of the   Western
-dian readers of the     WeeMy   Post he T       t    Savings Bank ! Book  concern     of the Methodist
upon tho present outlook for emigrants ^^ ^ ^^ ^.^      ^ ,. Book  Concern     of the Methodxst
in Canada. | Loan Company, Limited, he enter-
Mr.. J. -Brady, 21, Church Avenue,.^ n   ft loj.     and  pros1>eroils
Verdun, Montreal,   writes:—AViH'yoii . ,    **,
kindly insert in vour paper a few remarks upon lho lciiffthy report issued*
by Mr. John Lea, chairman ofthe Liver-1
pool Distress Committee, as the. result j
of his recent visit to Canada?   I   have,;
been in Canada now for a considerable (
jfeime, and know a good deal of the place,
'being connected with tho police force
.. .and tho detective department.'  I have
travelled all through Canada, so what I ■
am'going to say is the plain, naked
,    truth, and I hope yon will publish it for
the benefit of intending* immigrants.'
Till-'. John Lea's remarks are certainly
-■ d. serving of censure and criticis-m,. He
must surely havo made a mistake.   Ho
coinmenc'eaby stating that there is no
opening for surplus-labor in Montreal
■ or Quebec.. Why, I contend'that- Montreal is one of tlio best places in Canada
for work;   Take, for instance, the Cmia-
.  dian Pacific Kail way works, which alone
iu this eity employ about 9,000-men of
all trades. Next take the Giand Trunk,'
whereabout 7,000 men are employed,' tenure of office'as  General Mana
the Montreal steel works— a very large   g.e,-,    rn   1905,   when  it  was  evi-
plant, lhe Canada car works, Canadian j dent. that -*the    busjwess     o:-  the
Rubber Company, and the Street Rail- \ Hom9-    Savings , and Loan Com.
wav and several other large firms.
1 pany had outgrown the powers of j
My  opinion   of  work  prospects in |-its charter, it     was merged into
Toronto .is the reverse of Mr. Lea's.
Thero labor conditions are worse than
in England,tand I am, speaking from
- experience, liot from a flying1 vieit. -
Then Mr. Lea says that the cost of
. food Is much the same. ' I assure you
* must pay"$4.75 per week for board and
lodgingv*which is equal to 19s. 9Jd. iii
English 'money. I had far superior
lodgings in an English town for 12s. per
week. Mr. Lea also says tbat clothing
is as cheap as at home. I can only say
that at present I am wearing a suit
which cost $87—£7 14e. 2d. in English
money—whereas I had a far superior
6iilt in Carli-lo (Cumberland) for £8 83.
I think Mr. Lea must have paraded
the most swell parts of tho city, as he
. did not see any ragged women or children. He should accompany mo for
juet ono''day on my rounds. I could
show him some ragged human beings
and Bomb low-toned characters.,,But
perhaps ho put up at tho best'hotels.
He could scarcely oxpect to see rasrged
women or children there. I write becauso I think Mr.' Lea's statements
have a tendency to decolvo intending
immigrants. I know what Western
-Canada ie.; I havo travelled it too often
not to know. You work for all you get
there, and you pay double prico (or
everything you purchoeo. 1 think if
•Mr. Loa h«d to work'for his living horo
for about ii year be would writoa dlffor.
ont report! **•:_ ,
Mrs. Ujy/Grnyblll, 417, Quoboc Ave.,
Toronto tfAiftUqrt; 1W.')W?,K*M: •» ;0n?o.
uomothtng'waVdono to'prcve'ut niiy
moro of our English people conning out
here.  Hundreds, nay thousand*-, aro
walking the streets day after day, and
week after wook; Ipokluj. for-work, nnd
tbo trntrir tri-tilxj t.meMfl;'»Full up."
Think of tho poor women and children.
It Ib bard onoOtfb Wrb"*mt\'(6 .attar.,'
but whon U'rora^tftlhrwIvtM-atid
•Iittlo children It.ls timo to dp something
With tbo'prlco ofUvluiraoblirb. U in
•bad enough for ub who havo tbo moiie'y
•coming in ovory week to mako both
•ondt moot. Think of paying 22., par
•weok for a Blx-roumod h6urf_,-end hay-t
ing to buy your own flrcplaco at that j
and even 10a and 12s a «nk (or
two  unfurnished rejoins-' and la
3d a lb, for  butW,' la a tb. for
bacon, and other things in companion.    What  must  it  be  for
ihoae who have nothing coming
Inf  Surely, people ought at leant
to know what they are coming to
beforo breaking up a little home
to come out to nothing.
Field, B. C, Jan, 5.— Three
muckers, named  Marettl,   Jaulg,
» *« A      T       Y^ilfVwv    trtA**    m%\ A«Tr»     ••••        *• »* A
**"•■        *     • «*"    <■'-     J 'l *- ■*■■■*>*   1»*.        v*^- Mt**V
killed in an. accidental explosion
<-   of   dynamite    in   McDonell   and
Oiowkijf gvhding contract   near
The explosion Vte due to stray
pleeee of gelignite that had got
mixed with dirt. Several gangs
who wrnr« working in the vicinity
had narrow escapes from the fly-
iaig pieete ef rock, -which were
hurled in all directions.
the Home Bank of Canada. . The
change of name brought but little
change in.'the directorate, or official staff. beyond increasing ■ the
number's*' aiid the general "manager of the Home Savings . and
eral manager of the Home Bank
of Canada. When the' merger of
one ; in'stitution into the -either
was accomplished the shareholders
of the Home Savings and Loan
Company were paid a final dividend of 30 per cent. This was in
addition to, and over.and above
the ample dividends the Loan
Company had regularly paid for
twenty-nine years, and in addition, also, to the Home Bank of
Canada stock given to the' shareholders . of - the Home Savings and
Loan Company in exchange for
their holdings, in the proportion
of two shares of bank stock for
one share of.loan company stock.
General Manager James Mason
has devoted himself somewhat exclusively to banking affairs. He
is, however, personally identified
with! some outside corporations,
particularly the Manufacturers'
Life, and the Crows Nest Pass
Coal Company, being a member
of the Directorate of these concerns., A
To the public; the j general manager of the Home Bank of Can-
ada ia best known through his association with tho Canadian Mili-
'ti'a< He nbpr.. anks/ai*Uwt»n_irit*r*
colonel, and has seen active Mr-
vice in the Bell EebelHoh fa 1885.
He commanded"Wo. 2 oompanyof
the Eoyal Grenadiers at Batoohe,
where be was dangerously wouVd^
ed w1.ll* exposing** h'ima'elf Ato the
entme^'a. ..flre^in . order .to ..iJupir*
of the men he waa leading. As a
reward for his services'at Batooha
Lieut-Col. Mason was "appointed,1
while in command of liiq regiment
to command th* Canadian tion*
tlngent sent to * tlie Jubile*^celebration in England in *1007, and
while in England was appointed
second in command of the Colon*,
ial Infantry, drawn from all_parts
of the empire, On the occasion of
the Jubilee celebration* Lieut*
Col. Mason received from the
bands of the Prince of Wales, now
King Edward VII., tbe Diamond
Jubilee decoration, and from Her
■ strong   belieyer    in    union,    and
■ think that it is our only hope of
holding our own against the gam-
; biers of Wall street, and the man-
' uiacturers and trusts on what lit-
' tie it takes' to feed Betty and the
I .little ones so- dear to us.
j If the Jttev. Dr. I-I. C. Jennings
1 will cor.ie to Canton he will find
1 a doctor's union here, and' if he
! happens tb need one of them to
J go outside of the city limits he
; must have five'dr ten dollars to i I
-' pay iii advance or no doctor.
' Also the Rev. Dr. W. P. Cale
. cf Cincinnatti of St. Paul's church
.' in the opening address \vas equal-
;.ly emphatic in his views. He says
1 there are tv/o bides, to the ques-'
; tion. ' We are aware of that and
; the working man must be recog-
. nized, for we are the producers of
! all the nation's'wealth.
f *
Now, Dr. Cale is wrong when he
thinks that the working man does
not want to go to church. But
when he does go, he and his are
tors and their wives', and the up-
made fun of by some of the doc-,
per ten, so the poor working, man
feels that he is not wanted at.the-
.church with hisApoor_halfr_clad,
family, and he does not go again.
Now, the Rev. Dr. W.;D.'Cale says
that' the working, man spends
about . one thousand dollars a
year in saloons. I want to say
right here that he is wrong. The
average miner does,not make over
four hundred dollars a year, and
we have the great P. & O. plow
shops here in Canton, and there
are - men that have worked there
for thirty-five years and are paid
91.35 per day for ten hours labor.
Now they have cut the wages to
91.08 per day of eight hours.
Where could a man spend one
thousand dollars a yoar on such a
wage and feed Betty and those
little ones, pay $7 to ?10 per
month house rent and contribute
to the church or even look at a
saloon sirn?
:  Tlie Bev.  Dr. W. D.  Calo must
pay high wages in his book concern or his men would not have
one thousand dollars a year   to
spend-in saloons and he very likely belongs to the book and paper
trust,   aa books for   the. schools
are out of sight here, and'Bibles
cost from ten to. tv/enty dollars,'
which,puts them out of.the reach
of- the po'or laboring man,    for
he cannot buy when he has no
.money to'fcuyi-wifrho 7T'* .■■>> ".J.
' The'" Rev. cJD*j"AH:.: C. Jenhiugi '-
says that unions'.ha***--no ujm fbt
'elergymev*   in  organized    bodies;
thut that plan had b«6n a 'failure1
when tried,   Bnt I can*"refer, bim
to , eever-J wlio belong to' tinion'
organiaaiioi-S 'and1,are -proud "/of5
it, too. ''».',,J«^gi(aii3ri,i"^y
wage question has been, 'crowded
to the limit, but I don't think so,:
and. if Dr.'   Jennings had to go
down in a coal mine to' earn, his
bread he might itim or be blown
to pieces at any! time.   The man
that takes'bis life in hand as does
the    miner,-   does   'hot get   pay
enough for what  work? he does.
Just look at tbe men that have
been blown, mangled and torn to
pieces in the last three yeaes. O,
brother laboring men, it is awful.
Will the churches take caro of the
;■•>:•■.• the letters "U. IV. G."-Gq.x*jo-
Hvi-'U* West Indlso compajjnlu il'rivi-
, U"H" 1 \Vc;l l!i-.!li! coinpaiiyj.
myselt—a  miner by trade—and  a \    .;■,.,. WilI5 (hu aninlniint (las till 16GI.
j -.-.l',":!   Cn*  i:-lii!i-:l   wna snn-eiid.red to
! Hu' 3;:!j:!!fli..:ind (ho union jack (-.*ross-
i is of l':;:*_'!nnil ,ind Scotland) of Orent
' i':;;:ii:i snjiplanted the tricolor of Hol-
l.i'i.i. uml  t!i-> name of X'cw  Amstc'i*
j'.-iii '\v:is»c!i:inj-ed to New York.   Tin*
i-.-itjn j:'i-.-l" at present is derived from
I!:. !'u:l:jn of,thc threo crosses of St.
('(■•■-■■W.  St.  Andrew and "St.   Patriclc*
:',-'■''."■(.■a i:i -TOt. when ihe act of union
;, ii'.: Ii-'.'l;.ii;l was passed,
I:.   thv   ii'Oiiili .vi'  July,   ](i7.'J,   Hi.
rn!.!)   asain   took   possess.on   ol'  the
()!;.*.  which   ij'-'v  0-,-cnpicd  11:1 iii 'Nov,
1CT1. \vlion  liy vli't'.e of a  t-.-onty
I oi' pL-.'.te   L.tween   Ilnjrland  and  Uol-
i land i'lie '.-.•■ion jp/*!; n-pilii.floated over
jilic ■!:-.-.
J    l-roin th::; iiiiii.' lliere-.was no iuicr*
i _i:*Hio:; j.i t':;> snp-.o:n:;cy of the Vir.-.x-
A;,!i   nn'.Il.'iln*   year   U',30,   when   tin*
1 !]!';:'.'.oi".'.:.'.i>   >.".:'.e   of   Loislcr,', t pi*->ili!.v
j Ici'iL-iiiatCil !':-*. hlr. dcalli. occniT-'.!.  Ik*
v,-;-.:' a v.-;tr::i yw. p;i.;<>r of V.'i!i;a:.i and
.Mary, mid .it i.*; rio^Kihie thnt while li;1-:
held por.Fisrio!) cf lho" fort the Aug of
Wil!'-"...!, v.-.i'i ihe;:'■'pi-.'>Ci.'il;)i«i  !:ing o~
llnghi'iid. r.iisht liavo floated ovor Xew
York.  Hut thoro h* no record,of this.,.
\A7ere it so, hov/ev?!'. It could have
l-_e:i but for a very brief period, an.j
the English fla-_ waved undisputed, until the era of Uie Aiuorlcau Revolution.
At- thc beginiiiiig.- of the Revolution
here, as in New England, the people,
although. aggrieved,   were-loyal, and
upon  the. same  day,  June  25,   1775.
of George Washington, just elected by
the   provincial   congress   general   in
chief of* the American*.force, and ou
liis * way -to. take, command at Cam*
bridge,*1 and. Tryon.-the English governor, who bad arrived the day before.
It -was about th's time that the first
raising of any but the English flag In
Nov/;York, occurred.   Before thi:?, in-
'deed,   liberty  poles  bad   been   raised
and cut down again, "hut now, March,
1775, a Union flag, with a red tleld,
was  hoisted ln  New, York  upon the
liberty pole on the common,  bearing
iho Inscription, "George Ilex and the
liberties of, America."  nnd  upon the
other side "No'popery."
The British,- under Governor, Tryou,,
vncnted New-York lo 177(3, but thoro Is'
no record -which, gives any positive
dale as to tho,raising of,tlio American
(lag here..'    ".."•'-'.
The city was held hy American
troops after this event until Sept. 13.
1770, when WashlnRton retreated to
Harlem nud.nttorwnrd from the. Liland,
nnd the city won occupied by. Sir. Hop*
ry Clinton nntt from that tlmo held by
sr\S-^ss *n^^*'**^*'**sj.'%/^v^4-..^-v.v
Tin.* ' v.'-; ry t'-i'v.'ier in , r, ■:-'r. h c-l :i ,-rooii
Jjcuiip, pli'iny to cat and somr*.hin_;- 1...-..-1 to
'di'ink fch'.,iikl go 10
j; l.
Corner Hanson St.
& Victoria Ave.
£ Edward
Gates, j Proprietor
: Fernie, B. C
The Farmer's Wife
Is very careful about her churn. She
scalds it thoroughly after using, and gives
it a sun bath to sweeten It. She knows
that if her churn is sour it will taint tlie
butter that is made in it. Tho stomach is
a churn. In the stomach and digestive
and 'nutritive tracts are performed processes which aro almost exactly like the
churning of butter. Is It not apparent
then that if this stomach-churn is foul it
makes foul all which is put into it?
The evil of a foul stomach is not alone
the bad taste in the- mouth and the foul
breath caused by it, bat the corruption of
the pure current of blood and tho dissemination of dtecaso throughout the body.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
makes the sour and foul stomach sweet
-Itdoes for tho storaaehwhatthe washing-
and snn bath do for the churn—absolutely
removes every tainting or corrupting element* In this way It cores blotches,
pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,
sores, or open eating ulcers and all
humors or diseases arising from bad blood.
If you havo bitter, nasty, foul taste In
your mouth, coated tongue, foul. breath,
are weak and easily tired, feci depressed
and despondent, have frequent headaches,
dizzy attacks, gnawing or distress in stomach, constipated or Irregular bowels, sour
or bitter risings after eating and poor
appetite, these* symptoms, or any considerable numberof them, indicate that you are
sufferliir*from biliousness, torpid or lazy
liver with tlio .usual accompanying indication, or dyspepsia and tholr attendant
Fernie,'December 1,1.    ..
To Whom it ina.y Concern:
The partnership heretofore . a-
isting- between Wm. Soott i-.'.d
Owen Ross, under the f.vm n-r.-i-.e-
of The Ternie Cartage, Co., iu&
Scott & Ross, Undertakers, v<-._
by.mutual consent dissolved, vo
date from the 1st of Seceml-cr
1907. - Owen Ross retains -he
name of The Pernie Cartage Co.,
and* Wm. Scott the Undertaking
Department. All accounts due the
said The.. Fernie Cartage Co., aie *
payable to Owen Ross at tbe office
of the said Company, and , all
accounts due the Undertaking de-
^P&r iinen u are payau^e—to—Wnr^*—
Scott. "
the British 'until the elouo'of the wtlr.
They ernc-oat-ed the city Nov. 25, 1783:-
Slnce then no'ling but-tho itars and
utrtpe- hns j waved iOver.--tlM.cify Lo
token of.rpowor,and Authority.
IB rurnTtifji Qttqjru ■^tmt!r, *_rrrr?!TJiorrriTTOr.
al) theisovcraJ schools olmndlpal nEacUr-e,
nave- hoon   _!KilIfi_)-it nnti   n__^i*T"tf.n_nri«i-r
_sco__ux» mat mis is absolutely truo
wlll be readily proven to your satisfaction
If von will but mall a postal card request
, V. Pierce; Buffalo, N; Y„ for a
See copy of. his booklet of .xtracta from
e standard medical authorities, giving
-tanamc-s of all tho ingredients onterlng
Into bin world-famed medicines and shwr-
ing what tbo most «nln«nt> medical nun*
0-th*«a«8Ay  ''"
Majesty, the lato Queen Victoria, | widows and orphans or must the |
..     ■■-.*'.. _-.i.--iv.•■_ ^^J        OlKttttLwllsMl*. I
4v.       «.,*}.» p.*.^ r.t* .
UiliUliU ttliU Oi^UUlttU
lljJiik tlac iinlpaa aaA tix^ii^li^u-
tions must do the work and pay
the doctor bills and the preacher,
for tho coal trust will not spend a
few dollnr« for the SA.oty of men
*hnrn»."lf,   fftrwfirf.M   from   ■WvnA***or
Castle to Lieut.-Col. Mason through Lord Aberdeen, the then Governor General.
Lieut.-Col. Mason is a familiar
•^vi.*      <_X        Css*.     AUUU&l      "i-Jk^dLiO. , 'Uss^    b*J   Uvi.H   iv    y»iU   Ujt    tuc   i.sll'
Camp, where he commands     the j. lions of dollars for them, but let
Fourth Infantry Brigade.' ! their mines All with black damp
.,.,,,'q  land gas to kill  off the working
The     International     Executive.    Y, '
Board of the United Mine Workers |    " thl» hisses the waste basket
donated ?2,800 to the relief     of , 7ft'* wl*l h*nr gome mor*.
those in need as a result of the re-   Member Local Ko.  803,   Canton,
T!   mi?*_*Ti_l_1,,,,i?n" ln r,iff'!l',nt. Ohio.-aiino Worker* Journal,
states, fl,000 to Monongah suffer- ' »«*»«• wou»u»..
ers, 41,000 to Darr mine victims, 1   	
1500 to Yolando mine, and f300 j fv>/\_l._    tVin    T   r»/1 cri\f
to those of the Nanaimo disaster. I *vLaU   IOC    J-yCUgCF
Y*m*A*lG*r*slii m*J*ti*r*,
fidwlb Markhom  was ono of tbe
gUMta of bonor at a receptioo given by
• wsalthy Me-** tYork ;woojuin*.**v Ddfteg
• ooDT-rsfltitm Hho stM*
r Itty tiof* fc(r,,MarW»«__, I'rv« wisi-lwd
■for ycera'toimot joar'and tell you
kov I ^'jove-'tbet adorable'picture
of yooi»^tWe? one -SrWi t»» tnisn'bcV
jliig, iJkwi*s**w*r*Mn tM-l_-*tab-ng'.«a*
hh ce^jaMl ti*ttst»ot »W0 •fiWs-At
(MMet I *wqc**..,Wt ,h|«| *lfw~boit>lt%*
'lm beaded i^mj^PftVh kxjtsoUfod,
j**'tithitmt. 't bstw,*, oopr of It, In
J»y ows-d<m, .«! t-he chWwa'h*v«
, tmslMr mt'MUr^ytMt*, and lw#-m
r^0*mpi!f •*H'to»tP*i V-        •-','
, '*;"ri_»i -Aiwstiw.H'it ptwtmmy n*
, tkmmV*T **0miti\ ttm psst, gtstvoly.,   *'.'-'•
'"TV" 4e*btfnHy,"-1ttt we *\m*m
**M U *tm lios M*»» "  '
M! Ms gkMl'yov Mho tt, twwtetnl'^Mkl
Mr. Uerkiam. And tie-took an early
opportuolty of eecnplnu from hhi'irtn*
coco * but mistaVeu ndralrer.-Boccose
,   Windmills. • '   ,"
Tho windmill h not yet sniwrw-'led
txtx un cngliio driven by tho iiowur of
"nntwoght wind." In Holland (liry
ttru iwtil for h.iwIij;-; lliuhor, cutth'jj
lol-nc-co, urlnAim; trncs und tlmlnliig
llu; |>«-iiK'ii>. iii/i.uuj iitia i\i,iA*j *uuii-
nllln, I'nrh nf whlrli b imlii lo dmln
UK) ncrcs of Innd, nt nn nvorngo cewt
of 1 (itillUnff nu ncro n your. In Nor-
folk lliey luivu lxiou of^nestlmiiblo
Korvlco for.works of tlrainajt*. on tlio
miirsli lain]-. A flftwn hontcpotver
Viiii.iiniii (-rK-iwl nt I'nvcohmn rakM-d
lit tr-n months 81,000,000 gnllons of'wn-
k*r tro'.:i n tli**|>Ui of 101) foot, iwvlng 100
t«n of pou I. Tn tho ,| United Statcfi
Inmi »->.r !i to:t >Wn<lmllln -were emptoyod
t. pump vrnicv for domeatlc ptrrpowMi
l»n:r iK-foro tiniy w<*>re ttxAltA to Irrt-
Kii'.i'M • ',".*. Powrfnl inllln bave
r,\ii'-,i f'.'-i'wrt* llvtn-r on the p4iine a
■Vi.;. . ■•■-i' nf pattvr for \*artoua
[.m. ;•'*,* - 'Milium otlwr tilings to lntr<v
(*.:!u* tn: n )',i.-;ji*(i'.i luto their boaKSU—
X.^.,ii-:- '■'' Ciur.lijii.
Don't imagine, my boy, if you
throw up your Job,
That tho firm that employs yon
"will fall.
That the,-whole office tore* in their
anguish will.sob,.
And the senior partner turn '
Yon are highly efficient and active
"   and bright—
,. So yori'-'aay; * X'n- willinf to "
doubt -yon;*! '■''
But the'chr_n«Je of All this is tor
(-       credibly sUght. * There sire,
plenty *of 'others' without
»on'« get iriad with tit* girl, nnd
7'      to make hiw feel but'' ".'
Tail to*-go(i.ot your usual ealli
It's th* truth,' though I know it
sounds a-wtully ead,
'  That she never may miss you at
It's s. mighty poor policy staying
Though I grant that at times
she might flout yon,
But I know, that I'm in a
position to  say,
Thore are plenty o( others without yon,
Don't get soured on the world
and do anything rash,
Not to speak of the good of
your soul
Notico is hereby given that
thirty days after Sate I the
tho' undersigned intend' to apply
to the Hon. the Chief Coin_ni_sic tier of Lends and Work, at Victoria for a license to prospect ior
coal and petroleum on the following described lands,
Commencing at,, a po.'.t marked
D. Cate's south west corner, being also the south east comer of
lot 1908 group 1, thence SO chains
east, . thence GO chainu licrtu,
thence 80 chains wer.t io the
north east corner" of jf-*.''. group
1, thence following tho eastern'
boundary of said lot 1908 group,
1, to tho point of commencement,
containing 640 acres moro or,
Dated tho 14th day of December
D. A. CATE, loiatoi*.
B. McOEEGOH, Agent.
■*•» ,.,,
m.    J Sis
st*   ..*.€
c y«u ."..ay
make a small splash,
But you'll never leave much 0!
a hole,
Don't expect folks to make sueh
a terrible fuss
Whim  l.h«y  think vny little
about you,
And, to uae common langi««g*,
aren't earing a exist,
There  are plenty  of  othefts
without yo-a.
By virtue of.warrants of execution issued out of the County
Court of British Columbia, holcU
«n at Fernie, B, C, at. the suits
of- Bo'ss^, Brothers and Bean Broth-
ere,-Plaintiffs, and 8. Ai Skead;
and the Hosmer Lumber Company
Limited, defendants, and to me directed against the -goods and
chattels, of the above named 'de-1
fendants, S, A. Skead, and tho
Hosmer-Lumber* Company,* Limit*
ed X have twitted and taken into
execution all'the right, title and
interests of ; the said defendant*
lumber, aty.Hosmer, B. C, to re*
cover ttie.Jiuro. ol 3501,88, b»
•Idea ■ sheriffs'' poundage, officer*
fees and,all.other legal incidental
expenses!-all of -which Z shall *v
Jose for, sale, or sufficient thereof
0' satisfy said Judgment, debt,
and costs"at-fTosmer, B, 0., on
Tuesday the 14th day of,-January
A.' D. 1000, at the hour of eleven
o'clock in the forenoon.
Dated at Hosmer, B. C, this
31st day of December, 1007.
Sheriff's Deputy,
When you have a bad cough or
Cold do hot let it dra**- along until it beeomee chronic bronchitis
or develops into an attack of
pneumonia, but give it the atten-
Mnn tt dum-rw.*-- nnd trnt rid of it.
Take Chamberlain'- Cough Remedy and you are sure of prompt
relief. From a small beginning,
the sale and use of this preparation has extended to all parts of
tbe United States and to many
foreign countries. Its many remarkable cures of coughs and
colds have won for it this wide
reputation and extensive use. Sold
by all Druggists.
■5'*' /*'
wstiSkjB tM*^mm\, fmu.ta, i. o., JAitvAay utn, l-sstv
News of the
n Wanted to JBent—Two unfuxidsh-
ed rooms!.   Apply'by. letter to A,
, Ledger. /_■ -**
Thoroughly experienced lady
stenographer . and bookkeeper
wants good position.'-—Apply to
Ledger Office. ...
Competant bookkeeper open for
engagements,., keeping merchants
and other books, post and render
,  monthly accounts.   Apply by letter to X,. Fernie Ledger. *
* Wanted.—One second hand saw
mill hi good condition, capacity 10,-
000 1*2 GOO feet per duy, with planer
and urcover. Address Crown Coal
& Coke Co., Crow's Nest, B.C.
FAltKAK.—Wanted information of
Robert I'arrar. Last known address
Stirling:, Alberta, Canada.--Inquirer
his sister, M. II. Schofield, 153, Nor-
den road, Rnmford, Rochdale, Lancashire, England, who is very anxious to hear from him.
Advertiser with small capital,
desires responsible position in
office, real estate preferred, with
view to partnership later on. **
years experience assisting management of large mercantile firm
abroad. Familiar with life, fire,
"accident insurance. Slight experience in timber cruising. Preference, billet combining office and
field work. References exchanged.
Apply "Cranbrook" care of the
Manager, Fernie Ledger.
Send for our descriptive catalogue of Nursery' stock. Address
The Riverside Nurseries, Grand
Forks.- J* 4*
Wanted—A small shack ttto rent,
or will ,buy. Preferred unfurnished.   Apply .to Ledger.
We are prepared to furnish No.
1 Crow's,Nest Lake ice.- For particulars, address Good Bros.
Crow's Nest; B. C." -»
WANTED •— A qualified practitioner for Canmore. Apply by letter with all particulars, to James
Clyne, Fin.-Sec. Park Local Union
Canmore, Alta.
FOR SALE—A' nice assortment
of young chickens, apply to P.
Pouplier, Fernie Brewry.
.. FOR SALE—Electric train and
,-' track that was in Crow's Nest
window. Apply to Box 445, Fernie, B.   C. '* "     -   * „
To Let—Two iurnished bedrooms
 a*LJ.8„Eell_.t_t__a. venue._______ _.
Archie Farquharspn has been appointed  provincial  jailer.
Auditor Langdon of the C. N.
P.  Coal Co,, is in the city.
Robt. Dudley, of.the C.N. P. C.
Co., is laid up with la grippe.
A. W. Wright, of the Ledger staff
is confined to his home this week
J. L. Gates left for Vancouver
and other coast points this morn*;
J, R, Wallace, of the Free Press
is laid up with an attack of la
G. G.. S'" Lindsey, President of
the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.,
is in the city.
* Billy McDougall, of the C. P. R.
operating     staff,   is home for   a'
short holiday.
Mr, and Mrs. N. E. Broley were
visitors at Cranbrook and Wurd-
ner this week,
Glen. McNeish left for Montreal
Monday evening where he is attending school, „ ,
Miss MoMullin of the Fernie
Hospital is in Calgary this week
on a short vacation,
Lethbridge Daily News has sub.
pended publication. It will appear
.n future as a v/eokly.
A. McCool is in Pincher Creek
this week* organizing a nest of the
Fraternal Order of Owls,
Work on tho post, office will be
discontinued for a few months,
owing t.o lack of material.
Jas, Johnson, formerly pro*
vincial police has been appointed
caretaker for the new courthouse,
E. V, Dangerfleldi Calgary,
travelling baggage agont for the
C. P, it, was in town Thursday.
Ur. Nesbitt, ot the 0. N. p. 0,
Co., arrived in the city on Tues
day with his bride from England,
Miss Jean Anderson spent Saturday and Sunday at Elko, the
guost of Mr. and Mrs. J. Austin.
Calendars, toilet hetn, dolls,
games, in fact everything in our
window at cost, from the With of
December till 1st of January, See
our ad. Palace Drug Store.
At the home of Mrs, Monroe on
Raturditv limr e qui*. wt*AAlnir
was solemnised when Mr. Thos'. !
-Siiiimous and iJiis, McLeod were
united in marriage by the Rev,
Hugh Grant. Only a few very
intimate friends were present,
Chief. McKullin. was in. Cranbrook on Saturday. •-."    ,f   A'.   '^
,'*Nominationf£for the civic council take place Monday the iSthJ--
Dressmaking ar."d ladies' tailor*,
ing done at 80 Pellatt-. avenue. .
Born.—Hummer. . On Saturday
January 4th, to the wife of E.*,A.
Hummer,. a son. ,.
0.-..N. Ross purposes doing extensive - building in. connection*
with his stables in the spring.
See Liphardt about that watch
he has them at any price §1.00,
§2.50,: §2.75, ,§5.00 §6.50 and up.
L.   Herchmer left   this  morning
for  the    coast, taking with him
three prisoners for New Westminster.
Messrs. Dobson & Willingham
propose- building an" up-to-date
fire-proof block on Victoria Ave.
•in the spring.
Mr. & Mrs. P. Miller arrived,in
the city from Spokane on Sunday
evening, and , will ■ settle down in
J. P. Carrick has been fighting
la grippe all week and is holding
his own with that prevalent malady.
'• Sammy]' Walters returned to
Fernie this weekfrom his home in
Pittsburg, Penn., where he spent
the holiday.
A pleasant evening was spent at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A'.
Berridge, on Thursday evening by
way of a social dance. *
Ed. Hanlan, the most wonderful
oarsman "'lifo world over/ knew,
died at his home in Toronto, at
the age   of 52 years.
Meikle—At Grand Forks, on
Monday, January 6, the wife of
J. L. Meikle, of the,Gazette, bf a
Mr. and Mrs.' F. Dubois left for
Nelson this weels, where Mr. Du-
boe is attending the Lumbermen's
.Miss  Carrie Hall,  formerly      of
the public, school   teaching    staff
here,   visited,   with    Mrs.   Klauer
during the week.
o '*
. Geo. Doyle, who has been seriously ill for the past week or so,
is improving, and his many friends
will be glad to see him, out soon.
About   40   or. 50 laborers   left
where they will spend the winter
in the lumber camps. - "  •■ .
A. C.k" Liphardt.. has a very fine
selection of loose diamonds which
he can mount in his own workshop.   His prices are right.'
The C. P. R. work tra'n has
been doing duty this "week clearing up the wreck of last week a
mile or so west of here.
Frank Ball, late of the Elk lumber Co., stopped off for a day
with friends while on his way to
Boston, Wass.,  on Thursday.       -
Neither of our local banks have
reached this office with those §5
gold souvenirs. Just ran out as
they got to our next door neighbor,
to be clearad regardless of cost
- '"*     - , **     ' •> -
Our rule is to carry over no stock from one season to
another so that it-will pay you-to examine our.offerings
in Men's Furnishings and take'advantage of our cost
. and below cost prices. ■'      ° • .,
ff_®n's Heavy Working Rubbers
$i.6o   *
$1.30   ,
, t<
•M5 .
. tc
p 2.60
„ ,, .       *.
Duck lined an
d Mackinaw
Working Gloves
The Crow's Nest Trading Co.
The store of good  quality
® . . - ,.
If yoii want to make good Bread use Soo Line Flour
Two Flags Brand, the best flour on the market—
what every, one says must be true     ■      •
Try a sack and be convinced.    Get the benefit
PayCash W. J.   BLUNDELL       Prompt Delivery'
i> - , '■*'',-_
k**V%^*^%*%^^%^^.*%. -v%%%%v^v»«i^^%vv«%.
Auditor, Accountant, General Agent
Life, Accident nnd Employer's Liability Insurance
Books opened,   closed,   audited, and. accounts  kept, in the
most up-to-date manner.
Office,  Burns'  Block.
Fernie, B. 0.
Grand Masquerade Ball
A Grand Masquerade Ball will be
given at the Opera House on
Wed. Evening, 15th inst.
Admission including light refreshments $1.50
,   Spectators 50 cents
Tinsmithing,   Plumbing,   Steam    Fitting
„ All Work Promptly Executed  and
-   Satisfaction' Guaranteed.
Air prepared lo enter In Indie**' $
Irmio hk w.HTah geiitlcnionV. ©
I-mllc*' Imlr nm) farf* Irou'lfd ®
nny Any bui Saturdsy. §
The local hockey team have received an invitation to be present
and take part in the annual carnival and tournament to be held
at Rossland in thc near future.
In the Arst game for the Stanley Cup at Montreal on Thursday
night, the Wanderers, the present
holders, defeated the Victorias of
Ottawa, 9 to 3.
Harry Pollock, who has been
suffering from facial trouble is
getting along nicely. The ailment
developed at Seattle where ha was
attending school.
The regular - meeting of the
young mon's Liberal Club will be
held in their rooms in the Beck
block on Holiday evening neat,
the 13th inst,
Gen,., Supt. A, Price, of Calgary,-
and S. Phipps, accompanied by
Div, Supt. Eriokeon , passed
through Fernie weat bound Thurs*
day evening on » tour.of inepec*.
So not forget the masquerade
ball to be held at the opera houae
on Wednesday next, the 16th. A
real good time is promised. Light
refreshments will be served.' See
ad. on page 8.
Tbe new business firm mentioned in last week's paper is to be
styled Lockhart & Gillespie, who
will shortly open up a fine stock
of Gent's furnishings in the store
just vacated by the Fernie Cigar
A. fc>, Volume has resigned bis
oosittoii &a City Clerk, and wiil
be succeeded by G, H. Boulton,
whose duties will commence on
tho 1st of February,
A MeT.tMir-i-.'M of ib* TVrTil"
Lumber Co., and 0. L, Boynton
of the Elk Lumber Co., are, in
Kelson attending a meeting of
tbe Mountain Lumbermen's Alio-
The Anne* at Coal Creek on
Thursday evening was not the sue
ee<i«i that won expected, owlug
doubtless td the effect that one
of the members of the Club died
during the week.
On Friday evening Miss' Pollock
gave a sleigh party in honor of
her freind Miss Bessie Hazell, of
Lethbridge, who has been visiting
her for the holidays.
We understand that Mr. G. W.
Boulton, manager o£ the Home
Bank, is being transferred to a
branch bank in Ontario. His successor Mr, Monson arrived from
Toronto this   week.
On Monday last there was a
quiet wedding in the Methodist
parsonage, when Eobert F. Howe
of Cedar Valley joined hands with
Miss Charlton, just arrived from
Boston. Both are active members
of the Methodist church, and both
hail originally from New Brunswick.
Bev. W. L. Hall announced last
Sunday that he intended having
somo Men's Own Meetings during
the winter, on Sunday afterno6ns
from 4 to 5, in the MethodiBt
church. Various aspects of the
church and the Social problem
will come up for discussion, beginning nefft Sunday, January
The Calgary Daily Albertan of
December 13th, says' To say that
Sanford Dodge and his clever company of clever artists more than
surpassed themselves ia their interpretation ol Shakespeare's
groat love tragedy, "Borneo and
Juliet," at the Lyric theatre last
night would not be half express-
ing the opinion of the large audience which thronged the' popular
play house.
, As Borneo, Sanford Dodge waa
perfection, while Miss Louise Mar*
shall as Juliet deserves the highest eoonlums that can be be-
storved upon her, Throughout
this/ strong play, without one
singletexception, they bell their
audience entranced. This was especially noticeable in the balcony
scene in Act IX, and in the Tomb
scone in Act VII. So noticeable
was it at the conclusion of the
latter- scene, which* marks the
closing of the play, that it was
«nnr*>ri.f «»i»rtflrt« hi»for« **h* roofil*
tealised that the show was* over
so completely were tbey cuJiied
The scenery and costumes eie
also worthy of special mm tion,
and enough cannot be said of the
brilliant way in which the principal characters are backed up by
the other members of the [cast.
Sanford Dodge has made Shakespearian plays so popular in Calgary that future theatrical seasons will not seem complete unless he and his clever company
are numbered amonc- the attractions. Manager Willis deserves
thn hljf'hMt pr-nise for bringing
such talented artiots ant! such
high class plays to Calgary, To
be presented at the Opera house
on Thursday next, January 10.
1 Night ©niy"
Thursday, January  16th
Return engagement' of the
Sandford Dodge Co.
Now Scenery
New Costumes
Clever Performers
Clean and down to date
Prices 75c and $1.00
Seats on Sale at usual placo
Telephone 1
Next King Edward Hotel
JO-T    PROBATE   KO. 6, OE 1008.
Notice is hereby given that on
the Seventh day ot January, 1008
it was ordered by Peter Edmund
Wilson, Judgo of the laid oourt,
that James Ferguson Armstrong,
Ofllcial Administer, In. and for that,
portion of the County of East
Kootenay, included in the East
Kootenay Electoral District, be
Administrator of ALL and singular the Estate of John Scott,, of
Sparwood, in the Province of
British Columbia, deceased, intestate.
Every creditor or other person
having any claim upon or interest in the distribution of the Estate of the said deceaned is re-
i^Mlr-*^ (■* "«**■».■ h»f«VM tV» 1 *.(h
Any of T>brui-.ry nswt. by r«j»lnt»r-
ed letter, addressed to tho undersigned, his name and address and
the full particulars of his claim
or interest and a statement of his
,..,..,. I , ,. .1      41. »      „ . I,..-.      ,.,     ft.  ,
security (if any) held by him.
After tho said last mentioned
date tho Administrator will proceed with the distribution of the
estate, having regard to those
rlslmn only of which he ahull havo
bad notice.
Dated at *,Cran^3*.t*tk, thia 7th
day of January, A.D, 1008.
James Ferguson Armstrong.
Official Administrator,
We are there
Skates,   Hockey   Sticks,,   Etc.
Without using any slang phrases,
we mean what we say "We are
there" with all the paraphernalia
incidental to Skating and Hockey.
We carry the largest assortment of
these goods in the district and for
quality  and price   defy cpmpetition.
Whimster <& Co
Beginning 8aturday, tho 28th Deo. and until tho 1st ot
January, 1008, everything you tee In oar window wlll
bo sola at Coat prlee.
Bargains for Every One
This Is a genuine sale. The balance of holiday good!
must be cleared ont at cost beforo stock taking In
Watch the Window of the
The Palace Drug Store
Phone 12
H, F. He Lean
All tlio leading linos of High
Class Chocolates and
Bring in Your Job Work


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