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You will lil'fiimc like'
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The Ledge regularly.
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FERNIE,  B.C., WEDNESDAY, .\j.\Y ,,,  I(J--
PiircK, .$2 .\ Yi:ak, in Advance
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rill. HOYSFitO.M MONTANA
This is thu last day /or renewing
uiinoiB' lifatiiisoa.
Many backyards and lntics require
(the attention of tlio scavenger.
Aliout 25 Forme people spent Vie
iorin Day at Klko nntl escaped iho rain.
Slicppard mul Elliott arc doing liu'
ilnnlnJEjandplmiibiiiij j-usiiiWi of the
«lty.
The Coil Co. lias fenced its proper!-
.close to the C I'. 11. depot without
^atefl
Tho latest report states that all tli
victims of the Craubrook disaster h i:
recover.
Sain Mark a Ih confined to liis room
nt the Central Buffeting from erysipelas
Jn tho arm.
Cranbrook la a wide, npon town, and
the mfte.rfl Ih the only limit to tlie
poker p-aiiics.
A presentation will be made to J,
fi. Ronnie, who is shortly leaving
for Vernon.
New people continue to arrivo nt
Coal Creek and the town is Badly in
need of more houseH.
An announced in this paper some
months ago tlu- miners intend holding
o {Treat celebration in I-Wiilo on
Dominion   Day.
Robert Jos'yn, who is now in Nevada
.Bays that there aro many chances in
that country to make money. He must
have been lucky.
Sam Chaugat plea led jrtiilly of steal
lug f 10 nurii nr lc.-s trnin Chin .Iim,
.cook at tlio Bank ol Commerce. Sentence will be given tu'lny.
C. J. South wiii in the city thi-i week
/or tlie purpose of t.-kiny the three
children of Mr.-. Mary Munl<>ck to tin-
-Cliilili'eii'b Home in V.iiit-enve.r.
The lions.', fan-line i-I'lill  n-i   in F''t
iiie.    Capitalist-.   can   lliul   acilon   fur
their money  liv   building :i few l-laiik-
acf domed ie domiciles.
John Morrip, utiiil recently <*i the
boss iu No.O at Coal Creek, is on lib
•way to Australia- to aeis-pt n lucrative
poHitiou In that country.
T. H. Miy is now miin.-tgor of the
Bank pf Commerce in Fernio Ma-
May has had a long" experience iu banking1 hnvliiir spentBOveral years in tsan
<ion, Dawson and other eitlei.
C. Varty has been r.ppniiitod cit'
4-lnrk rawlnsr to thn rral;-:ri»U"n t,l .1 A.
Hennin. Mr Vartv in an able gentleman who nhotild flit tho pot it ion creditably to himself and tlio city.
The rrjru'ar monthly ton held lay the
l>ndies of the Methndnt church will he
given by Mrs. Dr. H">nn'-I", Tn'-«rli*v
June nth at her home. Afternonn nml
levelling. A very cordial invitation i-
extended to all.
Tha Coal Co , throtii!h Mr Liml-ny
favors sririt <*■ the. city free water for I'tre
protection, and chnrsrtn-r flO mrmihly
for each hydrant for street sprlnklinjr
purpose'. Mr. Lintl.-aay thought their
dome-itlc water iiale would not he
^hansred in the future.
J. R. La wry ban arrived iu Fernie to
act an airent for tho Bank of Hamilton.
W. J. H. Mtiriion will take his de-
pariurn for the east in a few days. He
Is one. of the joHiem lank matm-rer
4lmt over fame west, and bis depatture
will be re_-Tette<l by all who have hail
ibe | lenf-tire of his nrqiinittnltee
Ratepayers should attend the meet-
Itifrs of the City Council, and take more
Interest in civic affairs The presence
of ratepayers will act as a spur to our
city fathers to appear at their best when
weif-bin;*; and difClliMii}*' thn many
heavy tnntter-i In connection with municipal government.
Fred Stork U mayor of FtTiiie. and
owns a little public hall The biisimsa
of ths city awaits the pleasure of its
would be-klng, for wlieii some Hiiiilo or
other kind of a show is on in the little
public hall the City Council has to
await tbe pleasure of this expert mi
boycotting, aud the noble art of intimidation.
Information wanted ef Kdward .Stat-
hara, last heard nf iu Macleod, Alberta,
JnnuClst. 19U. He nl-o lived at No. 12
Market Square, London, Out. It a na.
tivoof (jnlfortl, Manchester, Knj-laml.
Brother Jotjepb Stnthain inquires of his
wheioabniit-.. Address OkuEoks P. O.
Alberta. N  W  T.
J. II Pollock and wife are on a visit
lo Spokane.
P. Burns, the meat baron was in the
ity hist week.
C. A. Murchison of the. Elk Lumber
..'u. was iu Spokaue last weel'.
Miss M. Batter, of Coloinuii  Is spend
n^ a few days with Mrs, J. Ti'lfur.
S. F. Wallace, wife and family return,
tl en Sunday from a trip to Nelson.
John A McDonald came in from
Michel lat-t week to look at the {-"lories
uf Victoria Day.
Mr. McFiidtlon, one of the. h«Pt
painters that ever came to Fernie la removing to Calvary.
Miss Lora Diidly is visltuijf friends
in Cranbrook, also her siiitur, Mrs. U. K.
Taylor of Kiuiberluy.
Miss Freda Fulljaincs and Miss May
McDonald returned .--aiiirdiiy tnorniii'i
from a week's visit in Calvary.
Miss Martin, Mr Lindsay jr. and Mr.
Brown spent Sunday al Klko. They
m.ide the tiip ou the gasoline motor
car.
On Thursday, May 25th, a farewell
party was j-iven to Miss Cliiulotte Ronnie at the home of Mls-i Su-aie and
Laura Telfer. An cnjoyaiilc ;;ftcrnoon
and e.veiil'i'r was :.peut, bor school
friends presenting Mies Uuniiie wiih n
Leauliful present.
Kalippet is US miles from Fernie, and
an exclusion was run from tln-rc to Fernio on Victoria D.iy. For the train
the C. N. charijoil SI.V), and the
oxeiirhlonlstH were hlj-hly linlu'iiani
at tlio -service. Jn fact the Kali.-Jiiel
Bee is so hot over the matter that it
hns shoved its etin-rer clear through
Iho   railway   biid    flawed   .Jim   Hill.
The l?t*a speaking of Fornie has the
following remark!*:
It was raiiiinj,' when Fcn.io was
reached but had i.ot dairipeiied.-i!:e ar-
tlor'of the celohiutioii of Victoria Day
nor had our neighbors i-cros-t the. line
forgotten beaitiost exhibitions of wi-l-
coine to tbe puiipli* uf Knli.-pe.l. They
were remarkably hospitable, every
iiian makiiiit lihuaelf a reception com-
mittee of one aiul an ciilertaliimeiil
committco. It made the oxeui-sioiii.-t.'-
feel Kood to see a hi-r banner stretched
across the main streel iiiM-iibi'd "Welcome. Ivulispull—Tliu town ih yours to-
dav."
Mr. Sloan, the railway a^ent, formerly of Kalispel, waa. unit fati^able, in his
efforts to make the oiniiiii a pleasant
ono, and .Mr. Uookes, aUo an old Flathead man, who runs a lino hotel there
wns perpetually busy iu making a ;*oiiiJ
Hlow of liiiiisi-li.
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'I'lie new njrreciii:-!"!!" ■ • im
Crows Nest Pass Coal Co. ai, i i;
plovoee ■toes into effect ti. t. .. r.ii
will laet'ja mouths.
The minimum wage for ,
not on contract work is $ •    ■ n .
price ['or ton is from  55 t      '. ■■
ton accordini* to the mine ■•
coal is tins.   livery MoiuU.
day is a holialay pioyided '
statute holidays in thc tn-e
The ft'llajw-pi",' is the seal
rmployeos not on contract ..
Firu bo.-s	
.Shot lighters	
Brattice  men	
Brattice men  helpers	
Timber   men	
Tiliiiici  men helpers	
Driver   boss	
Drivers	
Tracklayers	
Tracklayers' helpers	
Miner-, in wet places....**. .
Motoi men	
Motormeii helpers	
Hoist men	
Rope riders	
Couph'.rB	
Pushers	
Laborers '>
Timber handlers •
Switch  hoys  •'■
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Tlie' l-'ornie Lici'i-a-ac team wns i,r»
aniz-il i'ii .Muhil.i v evening nt a mi etui!,' In-Ill ll! (!|t: W»li|i,|f.   'Tne lolluw-
in!,' '/Ill :a i'i iM'tc (-li'iiia il.
II.ii. Pre.,, >.;. (j. S  Lindsuv.
ll'Hi. \i:'i-p:e'.. I;. W.   Woutl.
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,:" ■** fiuiary. M   K.t-tiiei-,
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'^   b'lt iiiir;|i;.' l.iu-e;i-,»   will   pl.iV   ex-
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■i, m.ide I ir a _-,i:i;i: wi:!, ("I'n.ln-,,,,!- jn
:, r, I-'c-riiii: or .June lij_!, .,iyl an ell-iit
"i wiii l,i: ui.iili; in piny wiili Cr.u.hiook
■'■' in Kali-: i-:i mi .Piii'; luii.
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Got the Admiral
On the nil-lit ,;f May *27th the .lap-
raptured n Rii*s:an warship upor.
which they iouii'1 l{'tj"iistv«iisky -a-v-
1'iely woiwiah'd. He Ih iur.f held
n« a pri-ioner nl fii with auotht'r
4ilu,.ial an! many -C.-ifi oili.-ers. I'h'-
total Russinn lo-s is i>|.ict-d at 11 shi,a-.
Six are Siifo
Six Russian transports that put in at
Shanghai on   May *J-"*itli   will  ht:   kept
there until the war is over.
Holding it Back
The (.'oven,ment at St.Petersburg
ha8 not yet jriven the report of the
uavfcl disaster io the people, but will
prepare them gradually tor the great
shock.
Got otT  U.ai.--
In the recent bit- sea fitrlit none of tt'.e
lapar.oae ships vruiii "erion-lv clam.iged
all etill being en-ra-.-eil in operation.
The casualties of tho lir.-t division
amount to -IO).
Biititraineilar.d  rained and  rained
and then rained wiinti more, and     the j Door boys.,
weeping  skies -iluio-t obliterated  the   Pumpmen
iriiije-iic   peaks uf the  Rockies  whiih
ovei.-hadowetl   the    town.     Given   a
clear day ,-ind it would  bo  diliirult to
Iind  a spot of {,'realer scenic   beauty
than   Feruie, and    mnny   who saw  it
under great    di*ada,a.;la'-.c,    hope    tc
make another trip under  more auspic
ions circumstance.1!.
Of coin-So ro ball sainii could be played although they Lad been inappe t out j *,!___,.    car[ miter,   (10 h
aa the chief attraction  of  tl.e day and jj|'0tt-er house engineers (
was bitterly re_'rotted j I*,,,, nl{.n t\_ liours)	
The   Fernie   team    lias   agreed  t<'i |'oj3t men (S  hours)	
come to Kali-pe! for  Sunday June IL I i_'„x car loader engineer
Shift men above ground.
Head dumper (10 hours),.
Ulalo pickers (10hours)...,
Caroilei(10liours)„ •_
Car oiler, boys (10 hours)
Tally boy (lu hour.-)	
Teamsters (10 hours)	
Blacksmith (10 hoiire).
Black-in.th helpers, (10   ■
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Fergu-.m        R'yht Wii,^      VcMtilliii
'l.lll-m •• Ctliralalll
D'St-il   f.ip: Ceiiiri! Stevwirt
D.cks ' - Arehibaltl
McLari'ti i.a-f: Wing      Mobbart
'lln- r.-f.-.'-c-i- -.in, A   M   Ii:ad; of Cran-
' briii k and in'eii crchl i.-  'lui-  hitu   lnr
ki-t-['iiii tin- •.Mine  weli   under   check,
and free fiom rtt:iLrl,i)i---j.
| Fraaii, 'liv 'I i]	
'The 'ii'iil.niii lilt,(;|< at ("olcniini
will be the lirat tolic ri'lmilt in the
bun L l onion i f that ti'.vvn Alreiifiy
tl.e ci.-llar h.is hjeii csciiv.-itctl ni'd
the (raiuewi.ri; l.-rtliu  new   huililing
It I'M l letf'il
J/iv S i'i:>* I.i v aftcrnfiiin a niiafat
latin ti'a.la'e :in<! the ]"■ r-t lai.il ae'-ideiit
to ' cci" al Ihr- t.'ol'-illan iniiii: look
pi..eo. "i lie vic'Vin w;i ■ a Sl.iv u.itii-r
by the n '.nia' of ,i.iim Su j-a >rt aiail Ik;
iiiet'icalti b\ lieii g suiuli op-il ly
t'.al in one oi the coal chute-, in Xo.
I eii'.ry.
Tiie U i-.cV, ill club j layetl ill Frank
la-' wf-k i.i-iaVi'-.-n Frank ami Blair-
Ui'.n: li a.,,i w.i*; out: (if thu clcaincst
■ iii'i f;i-r •'- exi.ibition.S of bail-bill
ever .-.(.-a, in ta,;it town. l-\ nr inn-
ing-i ua iv pi:i\(.ii roiulting ina tic,
the .S'-uic be.ug I-l.
A!! o.i'cr celebration dny-*  having
li'ei: | re-i ni|ati;(l by our iiei«!il''jring
loivn- ind Fr.mk ai.fl Ctlcinan  enen
liavii.g their own  spcadul   d,iy-   tlie
Joiat- ei'iz,.||.-,(tl lilairinoie hive ccin.'iu.lid
Hi'iiilei -',n
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lipplo engineer (10 hi::-
I-'.ecttic Loco, engineer - :.
Fleetric Loco- engineer  i. .,
•tiler.
aiul will bring ,m excursion of 'lift or
more people with them, and Kali-pel
will  nut he. lacking' iu  relnniing the
kh.dne.-s experienced by  thu  hand- of! *-,i;CMu>n (8 hours)	
the kiiiL-'s fcii'ijects. Many of tbe rep- j 1 R. K. car handler (IU n • • - .
retei.taiive, Itu-im-rij men of Kaili.-pell 1 All other outside laboreis . ■ ..:'
wero of the. paiiy and may bo de I St.|,edule E —- The Crow- N-
pendetl upon taa -.Meet the IVriiit: pi aaple ■ ,-n;l_ (jompnny Ltd., vi iii | av :
with the be-t thero is in the simp ivhen , i0„iM,- mi_ to ils coke oven .-:i.
they return K.-ili>;»<.-li'.-, \ i.-it. !, ff^M,^-,. JUik; 1st 1!>J"J:
Levelling   and diMwingirt,1"   ••'
:;,HJ'    For the vi-itui-   Fi-iuu-on   ami   Mc-   unit's w:i
r. jjij ; Laren Ttia.le a  rei-iitastKii wliiV  in  the . 1. R 'i.'A'At
■1 To i'''-'""'*' " -Nl'il l",!'
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■ laved ■'. s.:ar gsiintj.
li u.ii-i tli'i riaina- fi',al iavinj, and hn'l
M'tore    uiit-| o'.ted.    Tln-ie    was   littli'
■l:li>' difference l.c". ween ;!i"   fa'.ir bncl.s  bu;   .^^
.)..'l.i')   if-Ji.yil.llig .'ij.ier-a w.is   .'lighi'tV   in   tl
.   |»assj front.
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Killed nt "Work.
-e per   oven)....    .. ..
r and   drawing   (5   ton
hi. 0-J
Effect of' Light Air ',       L.ii:lI.
Above an nl-iti.iL; ui.-u.y kinds of btu:- ] Level.in
teria cannot live.    It i- the   same with j        charge per oven).....       	
weak     ami    i.an(.w-n.indeil     _ eople. t Fading (when -J.jO tons or lcs-  d
Manv cannot suivive veiv   lonjr above'        month loaded) per ton	
•2..>Jjfcet itsJUivi. sea level, and   v.l, ..-" L< a.l.j.g (when over-KM tons a
thoy .lo they act In a   foolish   inamn'r. ■        month lo.vieal; per Coil	
The effect .af the r.trilL-tl at.'iio.-pherf   it'    All charge-to be large   or   small
plainly seen iu Fernie, vv here  many  oi   ciii-cretion of coke superintendent
tin; K-.-idents at:l as   though  their   top   [,. coin '-.ivn t-ii-.'intvr [10 houra,...?3'-.'
stupes were full taf   wh-1.-.   Those ef    Larry :m'i [IU  huiir-j  2.'a.- .      , ■
fected in tbis way -ha.uld emigrate to a   PI i-ietci".-   TO    huiir-i        ".' i'.i
lower level wher.'   the   j-'caier atmos-   C<i::er» a:.'l cieaaer.-  I'.1  hours)... .1 lv
piieric prus-uia-  will   keep   tha-in from !   	
1  l'*a 'l.T'.'-t   tl'I'aS,   ot   vvhii-h
I'I IVl'IV   -Oillll5CO.il.   l.'l.1.
•1 tor,5 wero u-i-d uiiiier ciii-piiuh-s
<i!ci-. (tc, i:;j.l:7 i it-ns wi re u-ai'd
n mikii;'.' e.-ke, ai d *_'_',i'i ita.'ii-" were
idaieil t.i ibe St'.cck pi!,'. The aiuia-ui.t
a! etikf prulnce 1 wn- :JJ-, p.'.- t.t « '.K-1:
I'-'.' !'■!* ton*, were s-Id :'iiil -.-TO .id-,1-
id fa .-ts ck.
The   Vmi; 1'iver  I-! m-1  <•. 'l'leri-s
illiuill   l,li2'.'i    do lulls   of   t'alll,     Tsl.icil
was disps-'acl of as tuils-vv:-:
T-iis
limp  1, iit-eir  > -lil ra-i co:il	
in nniiT :, keep the .-core iiom i:*uil-. L'-i-d bv (."or.'paiiy
Mo .re did I...; sleep a wink diiiini- tl.e (.'^,1 u." ,l,ake C^k
entire ei gjgci.iiii.i. « 'a Aatiea to htoiik....
,-i     va-ru'ii; wae ivijly atsisteil   lay  ne.Uiey,',
' of Michel wlid I 1.'.yet! in place of T.
.Stewart, the l.-.tl. r being unable to
' pi.-ivowi:ii> tat ..ii   acehlt-nt  during  lli!-
ubi .ok team altiiou.-ti  371 ton-, of ivhicli  l:':i:>l
I-'llall, tiaa; l.llaala-f
—.-The two large additions to the St.
[■'tigdie l.fiilei-and cnniprcs-oi" building aie liuiiheil arid reiulv f"i- th«j
icw iiiiicliiiiprv when it arrive-.
The L'.'J drill coiuiiressf.-r was shipped
ir un rfhfi-Drook, on the J I'h.
Ji.hn l'!"ei.'k(;rii(tgc i<. Lund, were in
town Tliiii'.-rlav nntl s-iii lhat thev
ba.i alrciidv liegiui work on tlit, ii* x
n.i!e cmtr.-a-i ou tho fji.r'oiii line between V.ii.i Hi.d the liitdTiitionnl
hoinnlarv. Uy .lime 1st they expect
to liaiveL' i) men euiplov-d.
I't.e R',(hlv was always lucky.
Now lie fcceiiis tu be iiioru lucky than
ovi r. IIj Ii is lee-ill!1,- ihmIo ii hi;'
.-Tike in the O,.;. iiiiuu near Meilford,
(Jtvg'.ii. Ate- ■riling' to ri ports thu
I't-c-k ia litPi-jlly sprinkled with j-el-
lovv ineial and mm .f 1 XfX'jO to the.
ton. fliio n.an took (.iu :ilO.O'JJ in
out- »lii:'i:iiiil some sacks go as nmcli
as 4l,iJt>J it .iiou. The strike 1ih»
eaiu-ed niUs;li exe'.tenient among
ii.!..(•!•■> aril oi-ospeelora Mr. lieddy
was tlie lirst m in io go imo Srjthern
O.eei-n who was vvillin,' to take a
cluii.ee v. Ll: a pr >] erty that had
been I'epcauiily turntd down.
i T. T. McViii'u-, iiie survevor, aril
Artl.f.r Fenvviek. were in Mo;, iti this
re|i*rt l..r week d.iiiig sou:,- wm'!* for 0. J.
V.i -I has the lo'.Lw ing to say about ,h,\n:^n. Mrj.sf.s McVittie nml Fen-
cvil ai.d ck..-: vvick have boen   residents   of South-
Tl.e L'ro-s...-.ti,u' .,f  c*i.il   fi",m  the   F....st Iv.oteiiav l*..r tho pa,; 2;   years.
IT.ey were in-iv I ing  bu-i,-,; ii,_ St.
taieelelir.iteoiithel.il  ol   J.ily
lrom now on vvill claim the exclu.*
right to ctlebr.iie on th.it d.iv.
aii'
The
Coal i \ u. c.
Miniver of  Miiif-"
rf.ivi ing   le.'ltliru   via,
half l-.T.-k p.a;. ni'_r b\ F, ruie.
half   back- acq-iilta'd tin"!.-.'!'.
'.igltly .-a'.i-fac'.ory manner.
Iiie   Fernie   forward.-.   ^\n>,
l.t-.t. ".'.e goal and 1--1 v.-iy ft-vs
■•I
si.n-a-
::i  a
wel
llllll-!
IJtgeiic mine "as 'li-c -veicd and bo
Itase the"'.* w-.i-s.-ueli a ttuvn known as
M'.vit;. In'lie e.iriv d.iys the mail
Wild hroim bt in i'.ii-- times u year ti
Fort r-te-le IV mi ri iikane by way of
•*i 'ii Ipoiu:. IS .nncrs Ferry and Moyie
l.tkc. T'ic c imping place those days
w.-ia imt where Movie now stand-,
but on link Shanty Creek threu
mil'-'-iiurth of town.
CUAXUIiOOK.
.is-, -n '1 Moore baa:  to
.!■'
at
.-I i.i.i
.ilFii'.'U
.  hi 17..J
. -l-i, l", 10
Fr ...-. "r.„. ||,
'I
^
IVI ek
much
down
C. Tat. AVivrd tormcAy   in  U\c  laOC.tA
"ttife cf the ret-itleht engineer of the
The  coke  fn-ni   \'aneover   L-land 'c- v- li ■ hns retnrnerf to Ciunhroofc"
collieries prwl':ce.l ani,'Un:ed to   P.'.   **,:*1 i"*r-=unit.-ti work m his old portion.
t(n:s were,    M. I'liinlnven, who vvas remanded
■v'crtiian ; -nile. did r.ot ?ettle '. wild   and I'a.'Jl
work as wtViiS the li'miu team.  Stock.
a
tons wvre added  to
:oi.,'' utit.rela- insine.
Peter 1-Vrr.irclla was killeJ l.i-t Mon-
J.iy while working in No. 5 mine .it:
Caul Creek hy the roof of the ii-nna.-!
falling on him. His companion.. Louis
Columbia escaped with slight ic.j.irie-.
Loois attempted to help hi* mate, hut
Pete called to never minJ   him  but   lo
A HAIJD UCSI.VKSy
CITV COUNCIL
V1CTOHIA DAY
,.....,,     ,.    .      , .     ,      At a meeting'!''the  Citv   Council
British Columbia ha- been  a   hard:.   ,,, .  ,       , ,        n--,.
lield for newspapers.   Tl.c   inspector ^ ,eId l**Wh' l :0ttL'r *">«- OM:   &•
Im- ha.l to emigrate from Fort Steele m I L"u!s:1i' was rc-.n.   Bering to extend
Cranbrook with the be-t I'.iace po-si! h i the time for   the  r.:.; »val  uf   bodies
while the Slocan Drill  ha-  packet!  its _ iVotu the ceni'-terv :::;"il July 1st   but
Of tl.c coal s"lil, ."ri  ; cr cont   was
agen*, which should ".icmlv :!.-■ tr.nla-.
'The local C- a-' marker in ;.' -I c 'O-
stmipil   5">n:e  I.'iaiat t(.i iii'.Lie etui,
Tho celebration in Feniieon May 2Ith _ (,U[ nbuit '.'.O'O tot;?  le?-!  coke,   V an
was marred'by  wet  weather.   --'"'-'^! m the prccet'din.-ve'ir.
numbers of people came in   from   Kul-. j     T,Je ^^..^ ^ j, (_. c ,.d   ,-
ispell, Michvl,   dial  Creek   and   other
tllWllS.  ,
'The military paradetl, ami the band '
a.i, a;
its thric coll:tiii.-, Mitl.el, Coal
Creek   aid   CarU'r.atlo.,    iiiir.ed it".
his
iiie. sshowing thai in thej plant into Alberta and   the   Ko.-.tenay j refusing toncceile t--. t'.'.q   request   of j j,L«ved iu spite ol the moietuiss   of tne j
11H.11' Ot"*.*,*'*?r> tons ot coal  ot which
TIMHKIC GKTTINCJ SCAIICK
ASWKLL l'AKLOI"
Andv Gown of Duliith.Minnesoiii and
A. C (Jiitlerhill of llutledge, Minnesota
proiiiiuent liiiiiberineii of Miiiiuwota
who have been in llie city for a few
days, left for their btinies yesterday.
•Tli-aa-hnvo been examining s""u' '•'•,''■,'
tracts of timber kind on thu Arrow
lakes with a  view to |.tiiehn-e  them
VVlille reticent to their iiileiititniH, they      A. .J. I ttrdy has   opened  Ins
•tHl'id il...t it was oia.ro than probable  s[ „,,u,sitia   tho  N'Maiieo   ll
thai thev veould iiiril.e some uo-iil  si/.i'dj     . ' . ' ..
|"v,.hti.iy..tH i'.a t'ml.er limi' in .!>-j It is tr'.'d up 111 Hie n,..,l. :ttvillnj:
si-ciion in ii:ti iimiii •!•"'tutu a'    '1 •••' ■ i.niiiM'i       i '■<•   h"" ■*• • am  pai'lm* is
berlHgettii.w't.i.i'e, ihitys..v   !•, M n j.     (  ,.    ,      ,.|(,(,   . ](, -. ( „   ,,,„
iicMita and Michigiiti. and allt.v.r t.n'   . • '
thoeasteiii portion of the Fiiited Statesj Itni'.-t 111 lhe west, lt is lilled with
so tlio luiiiboriiioii must sea-itie i'-*u" i tutdrs jti.-it t'u- size tor lour nnil the
Zr,.;:i1u°!,b\tf Virnt1 'ZtfftrX <•"--'=- "'.'•'•'"!«n,l n,e,,..i,'.    'I
01 hers. The body of loe deceased was
Liken out some hours later with his
neck broken, and bis skull cru-he-J.
lie was 2} years vhl .md has a wife in
Italy. His father re.siJcs in Fernie.
Ferrarclla was a member of the Italian
band, and his companions have phivcd
a beautiful wrc.il h of-dowers over the
a*oflin. The funeral lakes plate to-day.
An inquest vvas opened last night by
coroner Kleasdell at which the evideiue
of Latins Coltnnhia and Inspector Morgan   was   taken.    It  vvill he continued
j atmosphere.
!    F
face of certain dead!  Pete   thought  0fj Mail li.ns   gone   tlewey  to   escape   the  the. Council to extent: :he time till the
sheriff.   Tin: Lhik-.k  uliich,. with  one \ in November.    •
exception i.-the ohh ft j r.pa-r in tT.e in-i    ,.  . ...       ..,.'. ,  !„ff,„,i
te.ior.bas  had  four  homes since it.!    Qn«e an antiuatul-t.icnssion   took }«■ -0<1tl ^   _
lilrtli, antl it w,,;.:d now be looking f-r ; l'1^** *"'4 *--"1)e V« tis*'  Council  were j ";is ttAfT^} .,     . ,'   '"
its fifth if aii tl.e citizen- ef Fernie were j'"   favor  ol   tlroppii'.-' all   arrange-!won   ll' 'M U!1 u',>'
Fred   Stork   with 1 menu wi:h the Coal C  . in fact thev!    The baseball ai.tl^ vera,.
! ■' to   rc-a ...il  a   motion ! were Ult off °*'in- *
there was   so.'ii as era!
'.ITS  tens
1
.    , .    '   , r.     a      1  • (and of thislr.h,.»^U ions was c ■i:si:;.'!t'i
•rnie defeated i ranbronk 1:1 a sranit1 a.  ■ , ,,,,.,,
.   ,. , f-,„t     ..- r„:„nn Ca-iada awl ll** l-ss tons exi-i-rtC'.
lotball ma  seme of 1 to 1.    1 t-rnie - ■
and
as deeply dyed   a>   r re
venom, atiimi'-ity ami  hat pal tc-wards   went so far as
a truthful and independent uew.-paper
i the woather.   Tin
A Theatro Wanted
Pelnie is inuch  in   neei!   of   .-
he- r events
the   catiiiiiiii'ii of
,      .,      .. .. ..    , iaiaca,i-.iiiu,       ....      [ ■fOClVallll^S     Clllltal
passed at last meeting.-".n which   an ',.       ,   ...   ,,     ,.„;.,,, 1 ,.",..   \   \
' ,1, .-,, ,   'bv a ball in tlieev.-n:ut*. and the  A. A.
agneinePt had been paatially  made |^(iill IUlt ■ ,OM. :U1>,.,..,. „.,.., lht. ,:,y
, As soii'.e doubts were i.ciii as . to the j u0I-e  j;;i ,-t oi  the .-por:--
good! legality ot removing the bodies,   a' curred:"
theatre, and capitnlisis would lii.d  it a . tt 1 itteii Oj.-iubtl wa- uA.A of the citv j    pu-i,,., 'shut- J   >   Cu-lv.
payiin-investmeiit.    The hall at present | sc,_jcitol.. -. " l\\uvr(^ _t.i\.
usi'd  for all  kinds   of entei'tuimneiits j
this evening.     It appears that  lhe first j f-"om prize lights ami^ sniale   <-lu.ws
t„!    A request fromihe Itaiiati' band for
fall of rock coverej the uilfortunate
man to the armpits, aiul four minutes
later a second fall crushed out his life.
IIAKI) ON MAYOKS
This is a had  year for mayors.   The
mayor in  Phihid-lphia  has  his   hands
full of trouble, while in Montreal- he is
flghtir.p; the gas hog. In Chica;*"
Daiitui! has spasms hi his stniu.u'h frum
strike worry and iu the l.e.mlifti! city
of Nelstin 'lailor-i have cut a hole in
Houston's policy while here in Fernie
our mayor i" althcteil 10 stronglv vith
the boycott fever th.it be latuiot -ay a
gaiotl wind Ior this paper, .'Hid blame- it
for bis trounles instead of liis own di-
easeal imagination untl knife Hade
mentalitv,
10- yard race-F. -L Mat
services fair the dead is not  up  to date! »se <-' instruments lying idle  in  lhe ' ^'il-on. -liul.
in 11 progressive city like Fornie.   The _ Fire Hail, the pivpt-rty ol tlio (letanct j    Horse race—N. I'm
lloor is often dirty, the haid ch.-.irs are; Fernie Brass 13and.  and 'which   jip-i Ihinhij.'.-Pete. .nd.
on the level which make- it di.Jicuit for ; j.tar to be the property ul the citizen-- j    *-*taiia!iritr loin: j'-nti;.—J
those in the rear to see. the patm or. the • _„ L.eueral, having been   'boltirht   by j J- ''•• KeiithiH -.'ud.
Tlu-spiaiia when   tlm   Lout   rows   an-.llUu_c  subscription,    breiigtit on    ii I.   Hop, step una: jmrp
lilled witb large bat- ami if a panic oc- j |mjtio|I t(, U)(. cffccl ,, ,.  .^ Councn ; W. McDonal.!. -J...'..
j take jwsses.sion   of
_ ami anyone   having
j-ioit be  notilical tu  1
(once.    Al'.ervvards i:
; wish to have the use
can so arm ngo,
Clltl
curred in the audience the hi.-H of life
woultl be tei rible owing to the lack of
lire exits.'
ip's Vi.u
.**. t'n?ty
J. s. r,'-.-:>■
tasilv ! I0 t'niai il Staicls. Ci the riiiininiia-r
: of tlie output, 21,t'i17 tons wen- c■>:i-
-uincil by the operations ol the ci-nip-
• :tny and .""0,0<A) tuns convortfl in:.
ct'ke, of which thci-a! wis jToduceal
*;''''-'.s-;."'7 tons, .-tntl of this i is.OJi tei;.-
>v;«.- c r.-jitinul l.y I.tritisIT Cohm.-hiV
-lU'.iijrs and i'T.C'ltaJ tons exjwrtcd to
Ftitcal S:a'.t-->.
The distariee of  these  mines  fr.nu
the Coast has as yet  prevented  any
hut tl.e interior markets being avail
ab.e, and as three new coal  com pa n-
iis '.rive 'A.U past year ba-j-un ship-I
that vc-
1st. sh.S.
. 1-t. C.
,.. t-t. It
on the charge of stealing a saddle
trom Paul II iiulley ahmttliree years
ago, was taken to Nelson last Friday
tu await toe assizes.
Tieorge Muir, who is now in Assini-
b.'ii in the iuinbcr bu-ihie.-s, was in
r.».vu this week. .Mr..Parks is located
at Craik and Mr. Mui: is located at
I.».tvidsor.. They are loth doing well.
A quiet wedding, look place on
Monday'morning, May 'J-, at the residence tf the bride's brother, Wai.
MoKeiiZ'o, the contracting jiartieabeing William James Tcshaud Johanna
McKei.zie.
0. K- .Miller, the brakem.in who
vva.;ii';j:irci! a; .Morrissey a few weeks
a^-i by bciMu' caught, by' a wiro
-ti'i-t-rtin'tl over the tr.ck at Mi.rri.-sev
made a vi-i, to F.-riiU- the lirst of the
.wi !,-.'   lie i-;i." tvc-ivi-red s 1  that liaj
.I'-*"
outstde !!:i:is!i
.' iastrumenu i    ilimidng l-ng junq
;v   iti [losses j w- MvlMii't'-l.-i'-d.
;:ii   &auie   at, i
.1.
l.'-il-tv.  1
Stamliiig pimp vvitu
' ping ti'.i'M ir.
1''-, Ci'Iuii.li.i, I;: Alb-Ttu, thes i comp.in-
lies h.iVe shared t!ie markt-r. with   'lie
•*•• C. N. 1'. Coal !'<>., with:!!..- rcatlitt.at
. t'..i--t-   liitisia   t oa'aini!.:::   mine-  show
this v e;ir :i ti  I'iv.l-i'   ia!   s-s.;il   s I.I   ot
'-. ;-  hatWcver m.-iv
l.v    -aaa     ' • a'l-..aa-..      |_a|
. i,. .,,. 1,, h..-..],;_ ty-jr.j t.j wcik within
la --h'o'r: ttinc.
Coti-:.i!'it; "aV;t'ka.*i* of l-Vrnie, Ii:i.-j
■ he-a-i: 011 duty in Craubrook the past
wrek.to iiili t the v-;n-..ncy ciitsed bv
; iht.- iilue-s a>! Callable Morris. Mr.
: U'.ilki r is Caie of tLarr-c specimens of
human nature win. is rcc.'gtrzttt as .1
giTath'iarii as so 'ii as ooe knows hi 11
and he '1 is made many friends tlur-
iig his bri..-t M.j -urn in   Cranbroo!"..
The Stool  Tipplo
At Coal CreeU work on the piers for
1 ih" -tie! tqq b' got-- on dav aiul lai_'ht.
I «»T Ilia' 1-0 piers iiboitt ll are, nlrc.ulv
' 11'lnpii la-a! Harry Will-hire has ;.r
; rivni (r-aiii Pitt-' nr_• to -;;; erinti'iad the
j  f'll-tl llalitall aal the tq pie.      P.- blli.'a|il!(!
: will i.ske  ill "lit   UO   ni.'ii,   pi'ii.a.'ipaliv
:  ilalll    Uolka'l.-;     fiar     ll.lte     ll.tlllll.S,     lllall
j alter  tlint it   will    ».-.j*.tii-*   Thy    men
I working two in.oat ii- i,a lini-h niial
I ri'litnl out the job Ily Noivinliar ihi.-
| great lipph'    will   be    1 l,l;|'.-iy   I'll i-.ia'tl.
Piilutn band 1 Ki-ndall. 1-t.
them   they j    Better wca
' '.U-tV, -_'t:tl
the next ct
[iter !.a-
I'tl.Ua'n.
'The bond ol the ft•::
be transleri'.'d to the
A by-law regulaii: .' -
sitlevvaiks was pa-.- i
adopted.
I. cal   improvein. !.'
read a lirst time.
clerk will
ning   one. '■.
■ streets and
.and   tiiially .
h.-lavv    vvas
ce
j and if ua
new! eeiil every
.,...1  !
-•ary,
hi v.
li.inibiiig  I•»-> ton.- ol
HASKiS.iLL
latest Hung 111 the
liietnl.ii',
lloll-il   is   a
mbv i
Foniie liits a gtioil ba aeb'tll teiim   ti.1
del' the tnaiuagrmt-iit tf   T    il.   W
aiul the stl'iiliK'l- I'loiii.-a'- I'i   be
fill in Ihi.- line nf -p.Tl, i-pecia!ly
Criiiibi'iiii!; ha (- nm' oiii e noil or
a team.    Ft 1 ni" « ill  j lay   b:,ll
oliii',
1" ell'-
v !-ii ee
;."|iii/e.l
wilh   ;i
DUOWNlil.)  AT  .'-ilCHKL
AVI.ile cr(a*.sln» the c:'t
mi Stitalav th.; foot-bria^
aiel *| i':-cipitalml M:,.a-
T'eiT--,i Veitli tutu the -
bu', 1:1 Tiif uliallow w
I'.ialcd to nsc'.ie his 1 I u
A   ShooltM^  l'|ii>;uli«.
I-jirly   S.itiu'ahav    nion.itrg    J"lm
O'B.ien,   lv!.   McM r.111  am!   Currie
Weft.'   a-s.illltllag     the    vvt'iui'ii   a::ii
making a rough h ".i.-e  ia an  Pait.iu
tuais'iii tie ,i''i.' i'.'i".i;ii 1!   bv  Ade'iiu
jCotiiio ami Angelina   I.Yceaidi   wiien
'. it   is   alh'gtd  ['.-   1
;opened and li. Mi::a
! tire   on   Olhieit   wi
'.. at iMiclio! O'Brien rei'fiveil  tw.
gave  way 'along his shoulder  a
Kruno and • M* "<*:!'-    ■y'i,t:'- iil
('or.-an cxtra'.'te'l :!.•••'
hind D'llrit'iTs ear, visible left tlu* ei'.v.    ia
coiupt.n-ju tailor shop on \'A ,-
li ',7.'! tt :..-.  w i
than m.i-i" uv
ii ^.i.;i• :i:.- in 1
1 i:e is :!-;:: 1
miiai - i.\ i'i:;.
;:||*     |-.'Ii",:i!:..-<l
.UlloUii"- -Is !a-t
a 1 c ■■<!' has 1, -■
in P.- ,"'. :...".'.'.■•.
i..v;i...'.._c; :;:.'
tana t!!|-'-':*.:!t
br.ai:,:!, , t :;.-•
w.t v i:.i' A! -i *:
T
Co:*!
:ie C' ii'r.iCa
tin r.ial.    M is*.
are at work on the
0:
10 work south
bv an  sticivitsc
,1..
,-ear.    b'.it   tl
1:1.iri,
.' eu;!
i*.   N't
;i: rtuming
ei".    Bruno
••',olcli-;
• ■arch oi
:v.iol f
.Itlr
furiiisb lumber not   only   f"i*   eastein
Cilimd.l bill foi" tha' t'.iiteil   S'lltt'J,   will
hefoi'a' long be M"'> ! "."■ • I" i :ew
venii mo, iliev ■ ,y, tin t:» "..er li■■■■■, nl
IhiH M'a'llnii is ill show .1 »1<---1«'- "ible
...p.pr.v*:..!!.... in v,;!,.,,«m. ™}^ j I,,,, ven to ,.,.■„; m M,i*   I,  ol   ,. s ,        ,,. M^ ^ ^ ^ ;, .  ^
•hitt ( hiiriu ior are. a-oed t.) iijeclll.
-N' '•■< 1
Mll'l t-ihb' ('"I  Iht!" tOM ill j •"'a-'-''* ntllisti-el li'illll in I'.-rnia
I.SII'..   '(Vi   j-    I"   .'-a,.'I   -,•,   .|„;.,.      ||. f  I.f
i tC'it.' laalei.au      ia.-,     I :,i- I,,   ,1 ly Mll'l i it
I of ;'il "aiil.lii' 1'.tirite'i  ci:i^eii..   An  en-
.t great
ciivi:
'iter   1
lll'al".
.-ig the i-
will   I."
:i iii
tfii ami she was c.\yri
.-'ream ni.d dp'-viiea!.
ti'i'iu    the  creek
a'aledovvn  niristeal  cliargn
a
I/.'-vaataken   uiumU'i-, nnl ti'tlrieti
an  iiiicoiisi'loiis wore brou-lit to *t-- it
1 ok   il."'i"   wa,
Walj !l    aija'l'.e.l
1   a   revolver.
.-light  wound.-"
,|   a    bulle!     ill
a in* later I1.".
.:ill."t Horn i>c-
1. -....:i  as  [1-
Ip.i.   VV L'. k' ft -
iVfi.Ui'    v\ a-,
.:o'l
.av, :i, :,.i-.,-
itv ii--r all
fi.f |':"t-..'i:'
to i a vi- In-
evi-M ir.alii
ii'.::ing lhe
"a .
:iii-
:ig Ve.
Mill ti
-uieitf :'*
1 ho  -..nia-
i'\!-.|"l
.'a a..- ta a;.,
i|     i-hit tl.
. in M.-'i-
•ni ol.tinfill     la.'lal-
' >;\v aiiv *.-
"II
.'ti
ll: !!'..
i:mtt..|
-'. f ;;;>
."It in.' lim- lias b'.'cii let and aial eleven miles nor li ol the line his been
let to liit cki.-i 1 i I^e s-s I,uud. who aro
ah'e.-.tl'a on the gn taitil. 'Tuis firm ot
railway ft iitrict rs is one of tho
hot known in Caniiil 1, nnd wero
iM't'ti tl'i*. pjt c: ail work lor the reason thai they art1 in the p-isiiiou to
I ii-.li it through tptickly. 'They will
-o.a!i have ab.m: .'5.V 1 men at work and
it i- I'Xpocta d that will have the lino
graded through to the hiiindary with
inlM.la.vs Tli.; grade vv || leave tin:
(Jritvv L'J uiiU'.s va"est ot Yahk.
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THE LEftGE, FERNIE, B.C , MAY 3'. i9°5
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K. T. I.OWKKY, lialitor nnd Finnneiur.
Thk J.kduk U imbllailiud evory Weiliioinln--
an Kernie, BC. Tito-tric-i iit-iSii vcur. Advcr-
(tisiiiD* rates Riven npon iippliciitlon.
The man who falls to pay thc
•printer stands a small elianee ol _*ett-
in* an intxo action to St. Peter.
Thb nu'iid incapablo ot appreciate
inp: humor must go through this world
fl.ivu a..<J ise with a darkroj.n.
Tabercolosis ofthe lungs is a lazy
,   otian's disease.    Breathe more open
.air, and the diseaso wdl gradually
disappear.
TnEMinlsTer ot Al.n'8 report for
HOOns rather late in its publication,
"bat its excellence Is sufficient apol.
aogy for the del ay.
Ix an ollicial ■'position an ignorant
•man is a danger to any community,
-and should be made to sit down un-
ttil he lias cured the disease.
There is a movement on foot to
unite fifteen theatrical companies between New 1'ork and the west.
They will n.-obably stay away from
Fernie until they can obtain the privilege of ad venising in the leading
paper ol the city without being compelled to tremble balore the heal opera house Czar who believes that in
tiniidation hnd the boycott is the.
proper whv to treat anyone who does
not conform to his wishes.
The childish pranks of Fernie's
"baby mayor to gain popularity makes
His wonder how his Ala ever let him
•away irom home in long pants.
The Nelson Tribune is fighting a
Strong battle for the C- V. li.   in this
•pioviuce.   The editorial utterances
".oi The Tribune are among the strongest of any paper in Canada.
It is impossible to make people be
jgood by law.   Proper breeding and
education are tlio  only  thiugs that
.will produce h\ heavenly  state ot af
•fairs on this mundane sphere.
Silverton", a pretty little town in
the Shcan lias always been noted lor
the. bunch ot energetic wind jammers that it contained. Most of these
ozonic geysers would never work or
let anybody else work. The. major
ity of them weredcadbeats and of less
use to a community than a Chinaman,. They scared good men out of
the camp, and the result is plainly
seen hi the calm silence that now
prevails around the village.
Tt/IE
Is of lhe utmost importance in
diese days of modern life when a
minute may sometimes mean a million.
Always have a watch that keeps the
correct timo, and if it vvill not, talk to
*
C. 0. Demaurez
Four Christian Scientists were
found »nilty in Toronto of unlawful
conspiracy because one of their
patients died of tvphoid fever while
taking"nothing but., tho faith cure.
This is an injustice from the fact
that there is no cure for typhoid fever
and a patient without strength
enough to combat the disease will
die in spite of all the physicians on
earth. Faith is really about the best
thing to use in case of sickness. It
effects mow cures than medicine, for
without faith medicine is dead material.
IT WAS TOM BOOKES
Shooting Gallery
Having opened a shooting
gallery in the Beck block, next
to lhe bowling .alley, we solicit
the trade of all who delight in
the pleasures of marksmanship. Call in and take a shot
or two.
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THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL - - LARDO
Is tho homo of all Slocan people traveling to and from Poplar.
meals always heady.    McLACHLAN. BROS., Props.
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Shades of
. .The CossackE may not be able to
j'"iii"ai"»a"aj^^
-,awuies£to lashing girl stuilenta in St.
J.'otorabarg their genius   aMnea forth
J'ke a grizzly bear in a hugging ciai-
•.•tcstr'-'-'""""'"."'""--7"".
The mayor of a city shonld te a
tgejitlenr-n. A cross between a clown
-and a bluffing bully is hardly thn
"Tight combination to guide and orna-
■nient tbe civic affairs of a progressive
.city,    •*-
On Victoria Day some people must
'~ "have been praying lor rain,   and a
. ik ind Providence hit the wrong town
-" -with the wctgopds'judging lrom the
••remarkshasard in Fernie last. Wed-
aiesday.
It is estithated that 15 millions 0
•dollars will be expended  for buildings in  Winnipeg this year.   This
. "backs Fornie clear over the dump.
y^iithtjngh considering our sbfjo we sat
in the golden chair during 1901.
In* Ontario it is proposed to take
-away the power of granting liquor
.licenses from municipalities ai d give
it to Boards of License Commissioners
The temperance or non-alcoholic pop-
alation is much opposed to the move-
Client.
If a man could travel fast enough
be conld have & Sunday.-'ercry;: day.
The Greeks observe Monday; the
"Persians, Tuesday; the AssyrlAns,
Wednesday; the Egyptians, Thnrs-
.day; the Turks, Friaay, the Jews,
igatt-u-dj-y and -the Christians on Sun-
adtty.'...--. ■
Away down east the other day n
tmun was drowned in a rat of milk.
This Cakes the cheese for drowning
-accidents, but in the condensed milk
-towns of the far west such nn accident
ts hardly likely to occur, And n man
in the hills haa one less danger with
which to contend
AaXORDiKG to the Telegram, the
Irish aro dying ont in Toronto. This
is a bad sign for when it comes to
-making a town lively tho Irish sit on
nhexoof while the other chaps are
•rustling In Che basement. Bles". the
Irish! Without them the world
■would be shy of many 11 peal* of
slaughter.
Carnbgir is cor-nlnly a diplomat
At hi-) cnstlein Scotland he did not
•wish to fly the Stars and Stripes for
"fear of offending-the neighbors so he
jinakesa flag, Union Jack on one
tBide, and Stars and Stripes on tl»e
»pther mid catches tho entire bunch.
'This great philanthropist would find
iliis gexiiiJ-i/iaixaJ Xo Jjjjcj'jiujt jn. Fer-
One fine day . in the snmmer of,
well, probably 1830 two little boys
who had been fishing In a stream not
ta?ITi^TW6*ctf">lto}
very hurigrj'aria' 'called at "a fanner's
house'forsomething to "eat. The
tanner's- wile filled them ' up with
bread and milk but would hot take
any fish or money for the meal.
One of-the boys merely said:
Thank" you ma'am.
But the other wiped his mouth on
his coat sleeve, bowed, and expressed
his gratitude at greater length.
"To say that you have conferred a
great lavonr npon us, madam," he
said, "and that we are correspondingly grateful, conveys the idea feebly. Here we are, miles from home,
and suffering from hunger, having
caught nothing in the little stream in
which we were fishing. You have
supplied our wants most generously.
Out of the abundance of your larder
you have mmistertd to the wants of
two hungry strangers, and with a
hospitality rare indeed in these days
ol sordid greed, you have refused to
accept any remuneration for the same
It is scara'.ely necessity to assure you
iuavlain, that we shall always hold
vou in grateful remembrance,., and
should it ever be in our power to re-
qu-te the-favcur you may depend
upon our doing so with thu liveliest
satisfaction. Madam, we thank you."
"Good land, little boy 1 exclaimed
the farmer's wife, what Idonc for you|
wasn't worth all that, but! like to
hear you talk. You'll be a big man
someday."
"Herjudgement Was good for the
boy grew up to be Tom ltookes, one
of the greatest single handed talkers
In the Itocky mountains.
BtlliEiing Stock
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Mott, Son A Co.
L.T.W. Block, Fernie, B. C.
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The door of the
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The landlords are always happy,
even when their bank-roll looks thinner than the lean edge of an attenuated wafer. "Try one of their morn-
bracers. Mail orders receive
prompt attention.
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FERNIE
BUSINESS  SCHOOL
Day and Eoetiing
Bookkeeping,   Shorthand,   Writing, Arithmetic,   Spelling,
Correspondence,  English Branches,  Etc.
Correspondence Pupils Coached
Low prices and individual instruction make it the
chance of a lifetime.
A. M. Grimes
FERNIE, B.C.
Brewers of Extra Fine
hmger Beer mid Aeratetl
Waters.  Bottled Goods
a Specialty.
'A good chance for a future home on reasonable terms.
a   *__*.!___
About 1600 acres, Mixed FARMING nntlGKAZING
Land* on tlw KOOTKNAY RIVER at SAND
CREEK,  10 miles from ELKO.
Will be subdivided to suit purchaser in blocks from
80 acres upwards.
Price from $3.00 to S7.00 per acre.   Terms—(-5th
cash ;   b.ihince in yearly instalments al 6 per
cent, interest.
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Mott, Son & Co.
T. G. Proctor Manager Nelson
Strictly First Class
Up to Date
Electric Lighted
Steam Heat
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FERNIE, B.C.
Hot nnd Cold Baths
Billiard and Tool Room ■ Large Sample Rooms
Bar Room Unexcelled
Rates : $2.50 per day
S. F.
WALLACE,
Proprietor
ROOKES,
Manager
Owinslte tho Depot, FERNIE
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The home for railroadmen
and.lumh«-*men.
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Order your Spring suits now.
Suitings now arriving.
F. F. Liebscher,
Silverton'm Boss Tailor
Natty
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FEMUR
Builder and Contractor
Dealer in
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Hotel
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TSIn aatailUUti'iil lo-
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Heen all tho beauty nf
tlio irrnnil Ki-nery
Miat mirroiinaN, hcrnH
in, anal 11'lo-nn the
IjiiH.velt-' of N'/tJinVi/
It l<a tfin liorito of
touri-atat llllll ImainosM
men from nil pnrtnof
tlio world. Tlie cui«-
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intra of rnRalloority,
ami evory room Ii nn
ononty to inaiomiilii.
If yon neoat room*
vahm on tliu way In,
toticlj tlio wire anil
tlio ilecil fn alone.
Hotel
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Limited-Liability.
"n^lT6l^aIe"G0mmrs^^ & Manufacturers* Agents.
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—REPRESENTING—
The Lomsden Roller Mills
The Wapella Roller Mills
Lever Drolhers "Sunlight Soap"
Dalton brothers "Dish-towel1' Soap
The-Vogel Packing Co.
The Blairmore Lime Mf'r. Co.
The Manitoba Canning Co.
The W. Si R. Jacob Co.. Ltd.
Ulncnlt Munufuetarere
The Guelpli Foundrv Co., Ltd.
Thc "Armur" Co., Lid.
The Mo)ie Mill iv; Lumber Co.
The Hygiene Kola Wine Co.
Fruit and Produce of all kinds.
P. 0.   BOX   363,  CALGARY,
Correspondence Solicited.
ALTA.
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Iu Fernie, is a pleasant
homo for all who travel.
Rooms reserved by wire.
C$1   €N?/»  «?$9
MILLINERY!    :;
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'£/, Whelan,
Manager
Latest styles in Hats
Shirt waist Suits
Dressmaking Parlors
B. TOilPKINS, flanaf-cr
NELSON, B.C.
J. Ro Cameron
Io the tailor to go to wlien
■fou want ft Biimaicr
Suit of Clothes
Ho lia.", tho nobblitnt uultlngs
tn ncli-ct from, aiitl tint lit. and
wurkiriuiiiiliip h tli,! l)C»L".
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"Is a pleasant home
for the traveler.
.Win. Mills, Prop.
THE POLLOCK WINE Co.
■ LIMIT!'*!).
IVliolofiiale Dealers ami DlreetrmportcrH
of WIhch, Llquorn nnil Cigftra.
Dlalrict Agents for
Pomorbry Clitirapa-rno
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Distributor.-! of
Chntiiherl/iin ni<tl
,l'iiiir«*)ll Ci-afliin
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Ils biilliscnrc
all nervous and
inuscul.ir
diseases, its
water heal all
■kidney, liver,
and stomach
ailments and
they eliminate
all melalic
poisons from
the system.
Report of Analyst
Of Samples of Water from Halcyon Hot Springs, Arrow
Lake, Il.C, 27th   February, 1898.
Laboratory of Cily Analyst, Kdinhur'*"h, .Scotland,
March 3, 1898
One {-"allon  of water roniaiiied the following ingredients, the results (in- expressed in parts.
Magnesia 	
Lithia	
Sulphuretted Hydro
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Chlorine      8.14
Sulphuric Acid...... 363.43
Silica     74 .ao
Lime      84.57
Alkalies as Soda ...      5.71
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Halting,
Fishing and
lixcursicns.
Terms:
$15 to $18
per week,
according to
residence in
hotel or villas.
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THE LEDGE, FERNIE   B.C., MAY 3,, ,905
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Labor in Winnipeg
The Free Press says lliat ibe labor
-market'-in Westeri* Canada <s iiot congested and tliat-a iflal denial of a report to this sefioct alias bocu -cabled t«
■England. TlieiFree 1 tress"must be
tvery blind, ..It meed only go lo its own
ifronl door for evidence to Jisprovc ils
•statement. The "Situation*; Vacant"
bulletin which it daily hangs upon' the
•front of its office building is a constant
.centre of attraction and often there are
more people crowded around the bulletin than there is room for on lhe side-
.wullc. And if the great daily wishes
•for further information let it ask any
teiiiployinent agent,-or'let it. see for itself the crowds which daily congregate
.about tlie doors of the employment offi-
•ces, sometimes hundreds of men at a
time, and looking for work. These
,i>eople shOiSa be on farms, but liiey
did not come here with that .and in
view, and they do not mean logo farming. Consequently the labor market
.and.all-otherlines of employment are
•congested.
The hero's nest speech was:
I cannot see your face, dear heart for
these blinding flakes of snow. !
And no snow, not a drop was falling.
Sir Henry rushed like the wind to
the two supers. .
Where's your snow ? he demanded.
We have no more white paper, they
answered.
Then snow brown, you fools! Snow
brown I cried Sir Henry.   .   ■.  ■
Moving to Oauuda
The general passenger department'|
•ofthe Grand T<runlc is in receipt of a
•letter from one of the leading daily
.Norwegian newspapers, in the state of
.Minnesota, in which it is slated that
-vis an indication of the way in which
.emigrants are moving into Canada,
•their paper is now reaching 233 Cana-
-dian posiofllces, mostly in the North ,|
•west provinces, as against 112 post ofti-
«sa year ago. These people are Scan-
•sditiaviiius, and subscribsars of this particular paper, and tt is au evidence (hat
ithe Norwegians and Danes in tlw Western States are pulling up stakes and
-moving into Canada. The population
•of the stale of Minnesota is 1,751,894,
.of whia.li there are 588,835 Scandinavians, or itluiotK one-third of lhe eiv
aire population. Of tliis iiu-iiber 31+,-
S}$i are Norwegians and Danes.
'Clergyman Saloonkeepers
'"Bishop 1'olier's interest in the Sub-
away .tavern strikeg iuu j« :m onpreced-
«nled thing," said im-itjvocateof temp-
•trance, " but, as a matter of fact, :i
•numha-r of taverns have been run suc-
■cesfully by •clcrj-ywien in Jingl.uul for a
•great many yeittai.
•" On the king's estate at Sandring-
Stan the kiiig'>rector^:#nductx««)-opcr-
-uive tavern. The tenants there have a
arL-iisIiiij^ttisun, u hjllia-rdroom. 11 ciicket
"ficlaj,     fshou'crtt     aaaul     a     nymnus,! uaii.
"These    good   things  the  profit    from
(heir own drinking hus   brought litem.
The Anchor Inn, at Scaynes Hill,
Sussex, is cot-iiaacta-J by ilii owner, the
Rev. Ferdinand. WilleU. Mr. Willet
■lu*; a taproom 'Jccor.ited with'mural
pictures, and good food is as cheap and
^plentiful "in liis tavern as beer, He
gives bis patrons tlie free use of a
■urickeiGeld, of a nt'-ujiagrioin -atvj of a
g.'imcrootn. Tlie Anchor Inn is practically co- operative, as all ils profits are
•spent in adding lo its li>l of free amuse-
•nients.
The Rev. 'On-xti M;>rd,iunt runs a
•tine saloon at Hampton Lucy. His
firitl'tts goes u» local charities,—lo the
iinspital, to toup-kilcheus, to societies
for supplying the poor with coal, blank- j
acts and clothing. This tavern like tlie
•others I have mentioned is a success.
Tlie pastoral tavern-keppers claim
(hat ihe eslahlishiiienlof such taverns is
bound to reduce'drunkenness and its
attendant eiils of idleness, tilth, blasphemy, lighting and penury. It was
pra.bably from these  men  that -liishop
SwitxeriiAXD Tiri-i laws in regard
41 B(i|iuratc ascho.'ils that might be
(jojaod in Cimntla with great ad vantage tn Canadians. -In that model
lvpublic the f.o[uilation is little more
than half that of Canada, and yet the
trade of bo.h countries is just about,
the B1111K'. In Switzerland- there is
complete liberty or creed iind conscience, and no one can incur any
penalties.upon account of his religious opinions, Canada should do a
little copying from the land of the]
Swiss.
The Smelter Trust
(Tint Aiiierit'Rn Htni'ltlii;- mul lU'/liiini- Co.)
Is capitalized for $150,000,000. Its
assets amount lo only about $20,000,000
—yet iI forces the miner to pay dividends 611 $130,0150,000 of water.
George's Weekly will show Ihe miner
how to escape from 1 his Octopus.
Send for a copy of lhe issue of March
4th, 11)05.    Address—
George's  Weekly,
Donvor, Colo., U.S. A.
rfv 'T_s4_^/£/ty4_^^*iY*b/myS,"%SQ
\tnntp*,ir*e*!!r_tr*)l*igZ   r
BY-LAW NO. 14
A By-Liriv to provide for the construction of a water system in
tho City of Fernie, and tomith-
orl/.o the Issno-wf deboiitiires.oj"
tho Corporation of tlio City of
Fornlo to the ainouut of Sixty
thousand dollars ($(50,000) for
the purpose of raising the sum
required therefor.
W'lIEflKASitliitlfs.lrultlelo rtonfttrur.t mid
oporato 11 watur Ky»-totn witliin tlm (.'ity of
Hertiio, Hnal to iicr*it>re oa-rtiiiir avittiji rights,
iioi-ordineto the plnriH therefor pri-piir-tal by
JtjhiiU.CumniliiKaa, K»qr.,C-K.i anil Tlirnnti-i
H Thk.V Esqr O. K. iiti'l Htlopta'al liy lint Ciiuri-
cil of the Corporation of tlm siii'l City, anal tu
ralaao tliu mini of .ai.xt.r tliouH.iml dolJ-ar-t (sUv
000) to lao nppliutl to tlio mi ill purpose.
AND U'ilKRKAS in order thereto it will lie
ntjccshary to id-mo tivlienlurit.-i'ur the natal Caar-
l>oratioii for tlio .stun of sixty' tliounuti'l tlol-
liirs ('cfi'vmo) Mtlt«ri.ir.aftpr provitlctl (which is
llaia alclat to laa- crtaitli.'I lay this Jly-LiaW) the
proa-oatala. of thatMt ill tlebeitturtM to lie. appliaid
to tlie purpose iiforc.aiiial unit tu 110 other purpose. ...
, AND WHEHKASit isalesiriilale to i-stic the
ssuial aitalaeiiturrab ut ante time aiul in'uiaKe the
UrttiHiiiil ptiyuble ill tine sunt at the etui nf
thirty 1:1m year, fniin the itutc- of the issue of
the aiii.l alttl.enttiri.,, aiul that the interest on
the sauii'shall lie ptiyalaSe iiniiuiilly aitirini-
thc etirrPtitay thereof.
"AMI WIIKIIKAS tlie total -.maiiaiit re-
aittira>.| tn he riaia-e'l atiiitiiilly l.y n|xi'ial rate
for pu.viin- the stiiil ,la-lat anal ititeres* as hereinafter larovialel i* I'o-air tlioiisitnat Tvt-o.-huii-
alreal anal T-a-enly-I've .lollars >'■ t.-i'iiaij wliereaaf
Tltr e thottsiiiial alaillars ('-|.i.ri.'»n is tn le sa,
raisoal for thepiiyitaciiT nf the intere-st. alurin^
the enrrunt-y ot lhe .-iti'l 'li-laa-iature.. 'ai'i'l One
thoii-uinti Two hiiiiilri"l aiel Twenty-live- aloi-
lars (-IW'atn.a; isto U; bo, rai-eil inintially (or
the pnrpajse of ertittinu a siitkini; Itttail (nr the
payment tt the ilelat M'ctireal l.y lhe aleliettt-
ures.
ANII wherein the iiiiiutints of the wliole
rateable Innal mitl ina] r.ava.naciaU of the City
of J*'eriiie, arcairitiiiff ta, th,. In-,t reai.-aaal a-se-s-
marlit raall thereaif is Kive liniiilreil iin-l Thirty
,i\ thouautiil Tlirve humlri.-al uiel Ten alollurs,
." -»v..31i.'a
AND wlaoreats the aaal'l Miintitlianllty liaslio
DXiatilll* alelielitllte alelat.
THEKKKOKl* tlii'('ou.ia;lt of tl.cC*oriKiration
uf the City of Kernie in t'ounei! asHoitilaleti. en-
actsi art follow..:—
1. Tlie sum of Si>tyThotisuiial aloHar* (a-, 1..
!«')> shall lac flxpejialeil l.y tlie Cnrponttiun ail
the City of Kernie in ciinslriuatitii? a system of
waierva-iark-s, an-i ne-iaiaiii,^ cettniti wa.rr
rights, tu-curaliiii.- tn the pinna therefor pre-
aareslahy .laihtt G. Cninniincs. Ksair. C.   K. ttttal
PHOTOGRAPHERS
tf VANCOUVER .no NELSON,  B.C. $
BY-LAW NO. 15
A By-Law to provide for the construction of sewers in the. City
of I'Vruie mid to authorize the.
Issue of debentures ofthe Corporation ofthe City of Fernie
to the amount of Forty Thousand dollars ($10,000) for the
purpose of raisin-'" the sum
required therefor.
WUK'IKAS lt ia alesiruhle to construct 11
system of seaaers in the City of Kernie iu-.cor'l-
inr- to the plans therefor prapit real hy Thomas
H.Triicy. K.arjr-,0. K, anal aaiaipLe.l hy thc
Council of tlwCoriioratimi of the saial Cily,
aiul to raise the btiiti aif forty thousand dollars l-'l'l,fn'i|to he appli'.-at to the sal'l purpose.
AXU WIIKIIKAS in oriler thereto it will he
n'."."jssBry lo i-saao alelieiitnres of tliu saial Corporation for the -.um of Korly Thoitsanal ilol-
lnrii[-*|ti.(i!iri]nsj hereinafter prnvialeal (whiuli is
the alelat to he oreitteal l.y this Ky-Law| thai
proceeals of the nai'l Jelieiiliires to he maplieil
to the puriKj-« uforesaiil uiial to no other purpose.
A.Vi' Win:tlKAS it is-Jesirahlo to is*ue the
-traia] ajeheutiires at one time anal to miihe tho
principal payahie in one slim at tlie eual of
ThirtyJw.ycarsfrom the ilate of tlie issue of
the miM tli-l eiitttre.a nitai that interest on the
same shall he payahle'iiiinuany iluriiif; the
ourrency thereof.
AM) WIIKRF.AS the taital amount requircal
to ht r.'tisel anntutll.v hy -special rate faar piiy-
iilli ttie sail atet.t anal int..test as tiereiuafta.'r
proviakil in-Twt» lliniuuirl eiclit ltuiuire'l nml
sixteen alollars,['.'sli',.a..j whereof Two thou —
atl'l aiaiilurs (VJ'H-a.tnj i- ta, he so ra.i-ei faar the
payment of int^re-t .iurini- the curr»-ncy a,f'
the saial alelaentnres. ami Kinht- huii'liC'sl anal
sixtien itollars (.ttlil.laai j, -o i e rai-e I annually
for tiie p'.irpa*.•>!• nt creatini- a siiikiui* fuiial faar
the piiynieiit uf the'I'-l.t -.'C'.'.rel hy the -iii'i
liel-eiitiires.
AMI W'nKUKAS the amount a,f the wluile
rtttetiiah. aaiial litail iiupraavi incut-, of the City
aaf K, rnie accor.litia- to the lit..- revi.i,..| as>a.»s-
mciit roll therts.f i. Five liutelre'l at.al rhirty-
six thaati.^ati'l, thrte huuatre.l anal ten alollars
[■M|.-,,:ll.'i].
AND WllKllKA.Sthc' >i,ij Uunl>;iuality lu..
no evl-tlti^i.u-iaf titure sU-l.i.
TIIKItKKOitK tlK-.Tiiuiii.il of tho Coriaors-
lion uf the City   of    Kernie    in    Council a-
KOOTENAY ENCIHEERIIIG WORKS
Founders * Machinists,
——Nelson, B.C.—
Milland Mining Machinery. Cot'npleti-
Stock of Shaflin.-r, Fitting*, i!ti-., always
on hand Eatimatea fuiiii.ilierl. Scrap
Iron bought hy the cailoail. Ucpairiii)-
and Jobbing.
Mount Fernie Lodge No, 47
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Meets   cv- ry   Krid.iy evening at
p.m. in I.O.O.F. Iliill.
"T. Hkck,  P.G..R.S.
*J» SarSteeB11,
B. c. Travis, aa.aa.otR
DON'T SCAB
Whf.n vou eiii'al;c a eigar
see that it is UNION made.
Blue "l'ris-o, Henry Vane,''<iIu»,iIjhs and
Havana Whip Cigars are I'nion (ionds
made by.
w. r. kilbotjiwi: & CO.
U'liinl|i<:K, Man
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DENTIST
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i Provincial Land Surveyor i
Slick at the old, wel! known
Reliable Reliance Cigars
REUAHCifjj
Victoria and Vancouver
Dailv Tk.u.vs leave Fernie at.9:45
.,emWe<l enitet-   a,, f..ll..«-,:- j., „, _ rcni;i,ill(, Vancouver and Vicloria
The stun of Forty thoiiaiinil ilollars iii i,-'
Poller   got
Tavern,
the idea  of the  Subway
jjkown snow-
Two actors were dining together in
a New York restaurant. "They had ordered for their salad course, ariichokes.
The waiter came and said.
• Gentlemen, I regret that we are out
of artichokes.
Then snow brown, said one of the
actors. In other words send to the
market and get some artichokes for
us.
The waiter bowed and withdrew,
sind thc other actor asked
What  did   you   mean   by   sini-ving
brown.    You tolal the waiter   lo snowl
brown.    What did you moan by it ?
I meant, don't give up. Persevere,
Don't fail. Do something or Other,
said the first adoa". Snow brown has
-ncant that ever since the lir-.t year of
Sir Henry Irving's management of the
Lyceum theater.
Sir Henry was producing a drama,
that demanded, in one scene large
quantities nf snow. While p.incr cm
fine and packed in a great number of
little bags of brown paper, wiik given
lo two men perched up aloft, and they
«'ere tola! to suow hard and last IVt'in.
atlie scene's beginning till llie curtain
.dropped.
The nt-n itb.ive obs-ye I llie order tin>
well, They snowed loo hard aind fast.
fir.fore (lie au cue's end they found Iheir
white paper running out. So their
tiiowsiorni became feebler and feebler,
,und finally il ceased altogether.
riiomn.-. II.Trany. K,ir.O. E. aitl tiituptctl lay
tlieCoitmil of tlie ("airpairntiiiit, anal faar lhe
|attriMi-a. aaf raising the 3aiai sum .'t-l-etittires cal"
tiie aaaial coriffratitaii to llie Mii.l amaaiuir of
Sixty tlioti-aiiil alollar- [ lii.aaaaj in all ^!lai^ 1,..
i-siit-al, in snma of not le..a thiirt One htitialr.^i
i'lialiaij a'aeli.oti the Seconal aiay of July, A. It.
l!at)5. eaeh of whiih alelaentnres \haill lae atate.l
j .111 the aliiy of the iisr.e tliert-nf uinl .shall I.e
laaj-nlilia on the S'l'onal ilay of .July. A. l>. lia.-*.",,
thereafter at the City Treasurer's olliee in the
saiil City of Kernie.
S.    EtU'h "f the Miil   aieba'ttturiM   shall   !»>
sii-iieal lay tlw? Slnyiar taf the City of  Kernie. or j
lay saaine other person atithori'ei ly lay-law taa '
siirti the statue, anal t.y the City Treasurer anal
the City Clerk shall nttaeh tlieieto the seal of
the Corporation.
3 The saiil ilel'tiittiri's shall I ear interest
lit the rate of Kiae per rent [*a.| |aer Httintin
payable yearly at the City Trea.-iiier's aallice in
Iho naM City of Fentie. ian the Set-unit' alay of
July in eaeh anal every year alttrini; tha* enr-
reney thereor. anal a.liaa'1 Iniae n'tacliu't taa
them eoujKins for tha. paytnetit aaf the saial interest whleb eaintiaaii., shall he sii-iieal lay tho
Mayor itnal Treasurer of the snial coriasirariasu.
t. lluritia-theetirreni-y of the saial ilelient-
ures there shall he raisi-al annually by .special
rateouuli rateable Unal ait,l ittiproveiua'tits
in tlie City of Fernie the -aii! stun uf Three
thaittstiii'l ilaallatr.) Itrji t»'| for payment of interest on thai saM ilebt'iitura's. anal the -ai-l
sum of line thaaii-Hii.l laaa, hutt'lte 1 ian-1 .taven-
ty-tivt. dollar.! [ U".r,a».j fair the p'lrpaa*,* of
ereatinir a siiikiui" ftitial fair t has paytiaetit of
the alebt hereby sei-iiri-al nia';itia* in all the stitn
iafKaaurthoii-a-.nl two htitnlr, >l aiul twenty-
five aiollat's {-a.'i'.'stii] to I .• rui-t-.l iir.iituilly by
slHselal rut.' as nfaarawatal ilnrini; ea.-h of the
saial   tilirt>' t-M»J years.
J. This lly.f.iiw ►lntil take elT.et uu tie? J'.h
tlna' aaf June A, ll. 1'nc».
II. The votiMof the. Kl.'a-tair-ofthe City aaf
Kernie-hall le laikin aan  this   Ili-lnw   at   the!
foliaiwitiit titlie-tlllal   phat'a'-e,   liiunely;   a,|l    the!
.lni alay of June A. I*. ''•uV-aiiiini'iii-iiii* it' Ha» j
hour of Kti-ht in the forenoon ami ctnaf inn-j
ittir till Itua liotir of Knur in tin- afta-tia.aaati of!
the snniealaij by Ilia' City I'ieik  at tlie Court i
llnltsis ill the slli.l CltV aal Karlaia'. !
J. Th.) City fieri, shall nttetel at hi- j
oltii-eiu Ihe siti'll'ity .at Feriil>"in tlie .ir-l 'lay ;
ofJttni'A.ll Hi .'nit tin'haiur of 1'i'tir  iu  Ilia.;
Itflerllallatl faar    tilt-    pttrpaasa'    of    I'lllltlt  taa-    th,- j
ballot* anal siiiuintna* up tha> tiittnl-.-r a.f vota's I
ciast for anal ia„.|iiii-t the lly-t,.ia\-, |
H. Till. Ily-law may he rite 1 as "Tho Water |
Works Ily-Law." I
Ui'it'l il Kir-t, Sa'aotail anirrhir.l tluie on (he
Hth ilny aaf May A. P. l:» "•.
Ua'i oiisialt.-re-l uml linailly pa-se I on the Islh
.lay aaf May. A, P. Ilia.-,.
Itei-l.teti"! in Ilia'Caaunty Caaiirt  aaf  K'ni.ten.
liy aan tha' alaty Ul Julia' A. 1 >. I'.atlJ.
Oj-lilli"! aiarraat. by
I.
uaaaj shall I eexpLiisleal by the Corporaliaan of
the City of Fertile in construct ins a .system of
*euersuecaat.lint- to the plana therefor pre-
FR."j-<'-rTli'iir--i*. !! Trr.'-y, K-jr C K nn-l
aiii'p't.-*l by tint Caatmcil aaf the Corpearatioti
I niialf-ir the purpose of ri. isii.tr the sail stint
slelaentura's of the saial l*sarp',rrttis>n to the stiial
itniount aaf Faarty tli.aii-aii'l ifoalnr-i 4 t.tatat) in
alt shall he i-atiiaal in ..ituis of nait less than
One iiiinaltisl aioiinr.-{Uii.a'aa/Jeau-h on t!ie.S,K.-ota.l
.laiyof July A 1>. Isai.'nach of aihiehilebenturea
-hull be alateai on tht day of the Lssue thereof
anal shall he payable on the Season t alay of
July A. ll. riX", thereafter at the olHro of .the
City Treasurer in the sail City of Kernie.
2 Kaili ofthe mi iii aleletat tires shall be siiineal
by the Mayor of the City nf Kernie. tar by "statue
tataer ler-on aiithori/>.. i by by-law to sii-ti the
same, aiul by the City Treasurer, anal the
City Clerk shall attatth thereto the seal of the
Coriaaaraitiaan.
.1. The saai'l alebentures shall bear interest
at the rate of Kite per cent [!>.] jaa'i anntttn
payable yearly at th.* olliee of the City Trea--
uia-r in tlua'siiial City of Kernie. oit the Seconal
alay of July in each a ml every year iliiritti- the
iiirretiiy tlaareof anal shall have attaoheat to
them eotipjiis f,,r tiie p.a,vineitt uf the saial
intere.-t, aahteh eotapaatis shall l,e sii-nesl by
the MHyoratut Treasurer of tbe saial Corporation.
i. Purina-thecurreney of the saial 'letaent
lire., there shall be naiseal manually by spvvittl
rate on all the rateable land anal itnprove-
uici.ts in the City ol Ki iiiia' tl.e -aid sum of
TavoTliotisaiial dollar- j s.ian.j for the payuieiit
of interest aau the sail ali'laeiituran anal the
said siiin of Kiiiht liiiinlre-i anal sixtien dnl-
lar-j;Sp;ia.J i„r the purpose of creatiiaa- a
a sitakii.i- fund for the payment ofthe alelat
hereby .secure i. nuikitii: in al. the sum of Two
ttiiiiisiiuil eia-lit htttt.Iteal anl sisteen alollar.-
(-;s|a;..ai! taa Iw rai-eal aiii'i.itlly by spea i.it rate
us afop-ai I tlurir.K eateh of the said Thirty
a;Vi) years.
.'..   This Ily-I.aav shall talae elTeet on the Sth
.I.... . t  a. „ ..   ,     i .   ,.„.-
,...J    S..   u  ....1.   ,\.    *.       .„,«..
ia. 'Wo- voles .-( ilia' Klajcrors of the said
City nl' Fertile shall be laikeii on thi- I'.y-I.aw
at Ih,- folia, av ir, a times an.I places iiitiuely:--
on the 3rd day of .lime A. t'. I!"'.' a.-.aiiiuiein'tm.-
nt tin- haiur a.f en-lit [si in the fiari'iimm nml
fiaiitiiiuiiii- till tin li.aur nffoiir alj in til.'
itf?t»ria.aaan a.l tiie-atne aliiy l.y thtaCity Clerk
at the C'aurt li.aii-e.
T.   Tin-City Clerk sluill attend at hi.   ntiice
ill llie I'it.V ot Kerilie oil tbi-l'.rd    dlay    aaf   .llllll' I
A  I . b".'. at lhe hour aaf li.ur ;ii   in   lhe uft.-r-'
ni.am f.ar tha* purpos.' aal a- *. till t i ia a-   tha- bal!..Is
at.al siiniiuttii- up tin' number aaf vaatea cast for
uinl m-aitist the lly-l.iiav.
,i. Thi. Ily.l.'iav may be cited as "The
Sewers Ily.I,iiav."
Ititial a lirst. secaanal anal   third  r i11a.-  on tin-
the  Nnxr   Aftekvchin.
reaches Kernie 9:15 p.m.
Return  train
Lands and Mineral Claiina.Surveyeil
and Crown Granted.
PO. Box K3, Oflice: Kootenii)- St.. Ncl-a 1
Furniture and
Undertaking
1
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Gmimffli
Rar;
■ams in
Wall Paper
Two COmpleti'. Bts\H ot   llaar V*t.xtura-ta. ciiae
Hiitisb Plate Mirror 4'i.vliai iiiches. new,
Letter l'-re.-asc'.-, IJalltard and Pool Ta hi-.-.>■
Cash Registers and other specialities,
Hall/Onfci." ■ Receive   l'rompt   .Attention.
R. Elliott, Kaslo, B.C.
■      ■      m   ■ _.      m  « tf^tk   At "b    t«ril- -^^
p. O  box 185
TELEPHONE 22
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SMGH£m
'REUAHCE I
The Reliance Cigar Factory,  Ltd., Montreal, Que.
First maker oi the " Flor de Bahama," " Rosebud," and
"General Arthur'' since 1876- over 2; years in existence.
Waltek Ckove, Western Representsttive.
RELIABLE ASSAYS
Ooltl—
Lend—
QUICK TIM I-: & LOW RATES to
Winnipefj, St. Paul, Chicago, Toronlo
and till Eastern points.
DINING CARS
LIBRARY OBSERVATION CARS
PALACE sind TOURIST SLEEPERS
For rates and inforinali.'ii call on—
James Sloan, Agent
.;.*. i Ib.lal anal Silver "1 •»
.75 j l.iold.silaar, eu|a|ef 1..V
receive  |arompt  attention:
Saiiip'e.a by mail
Plicer Ci 'lal.   Ketaarl.a.   ami   Itlch O.-e?  U- n_-lit
Sen! for F.-a'c Msllirn.* V.r.tt. ant! Price l.i-t.
OGDEN   ASSAY   CO-
l?-*5 ArHpahoe St..   Denver. Colo.
li
i'|.'-a'.|
1-thiliiy of May A   l>  1;
I'mally inisseil aan the .'ai:U  'lay <af   May A.   1'.
l:1-"i.
IVtliileal a'lirra'Cl.
Itei.-i.ieii'al at   the   Ciaiiulv   I
etin.v on the ilay of .lr.no A
Villi aaf
, lb  bl'.'a.
K.aOt-
Mayor.
Citv Clerk-
fn lie
tin
a in
.Mnvnr
tt'.l i.-a- llnit thi' al-aaa-e j, n 11 at<- e,,|>v of
(lie   |i|'ti|s'i,l'i|   by-btsi  ti|,oti   whla'll   tlla'   ctaa  of '
tha- iiiniila'i|ia>lily  as ill   |.,.  tab n al t lie Caaiirt I
llollsi. tin Siitill'iliir lhe :!t.| iln.v   aif .la.i.e   A, la
l;>s".   bettaeetl    the   ali'ttr-   a.f   I :ii"h I  ill I he tote,
tl lltnl I'aallr  llllll,.  ".ffel'llanill      | lia-t ava a-l>   la
llll S |l. til. lala-fti tillta'.
.I     \    llelini,,
l.'ilj <"lal!i,
I'l-y Clerk
Tulle iinli.'e that the it I <>-. i. I- a I rue I'aaj.y ,al
Hie |araa|aO, ill b_\.|aw   ll|     S'liirll    tin-   l,.t,'   ail
lllal llllll,tci|aaility  as ill I ,' lltlteli    lit    the   lnlart
llotise aan .-.iiinriliiy lhe Hr.l alaty a'f-liitif  A.   I>.
j lia j hetavfeii 'he haat.ri uf   Kis-'i!   ill   'lie    T'ei'
.   tliaell II ll.l   Cia a 11-   ill   till'   lltli'l liaiaall.      j I't't S\ , I'i, I'
^  at    III   lll.al ."a ja. lit    lta,-||! ! l.i,.-J
I .I    A. ItelllUe
' Cl'.l  Cl.-ll.
Lowest Rates——Best Time
East
Toronto,   Monircal,  Now York,
Maritime   Provinces,    New   England.
West
Vancouver, Vii-inria, Seattle,
California l\nnt->.
Unequalled Passenger Service
Standard and Tourisl Sleepers,
Coaiclk's and Dining Cars
Tourist   SSeepeif*   Service
Wi-ST---leave RevelsioUe Mon., Wed.,
Thur., Sail. UtSe.iltla a\ Vancouver.
East—leave Duninore l1' Toronlo,
Wed. &• Sun.; for M.'ittreal, Mon.
.\: Fri.;  fur laosion. Iri.
A Han tic Steamship Agency
Thraiugh hooUings lo ainJ iiom Great
larilain and the Continent.
PHOTOGRAPHS
Novv's your chance.
Cheapest and best in Fernie.
Best lit and best equipped studio in town
Cabinets $4 to Sj a dozen1
}. Cabinet        ,* to   4        ,,
Carte de Visile'i to   _-        ,,
Stamp Photos 51k.* to Si    ,,
Flash   lights,   enlarging   and   copying
done.    Di'iu forget  the ;tddrv>s, opposite the Methodist church.
J. F. Spalding
SURVEYOR.
If you are looking for Fishing, Bathing
llimtiiifr. Boating i»r Glacier Climbing, go to
X-?w Denver anil stop a few dayis, weeks or
months at the Newmarket Ilotel with Henry
Stcge. Home cooking, and the fiu«?st beverages
in the world, including water. Write or wiro
for rales.
Dwy Siege
HcwmarRet f^otel
llcw Denver
PTOS30aSIS3^^
A.
K. HKYI.AND, Enmiieor sufl Provincial
Lutitl.-sUtvcyul.   KASLM
HOTELS.
rj'IIK KA**1.0 HOTKI.. in Ka-Ia'.u tliL. UmlI
J-    iiifi Iiaata'l iti tii"i-ir v.
CikM.K & l'AI'WOUTM.
(Corner Howard and Main Street*-)
Entirely remodelled and newly furni>hed throughout
Steamheated and telephone'in every room
Free l-aUs weaMs all trains
Electric tire alarms in each room
Kootenay  daily  papers /kept on  file
EUROPEAN PLAN
Rates :   75o   to   S2.00  per-  day
§ €. €. Pbair, Proprietor |§
&5 Late a>t tlii' Phair Hotel. 2a el nun. B.C. G^J
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M1K   FIl.l'.KKl'  HmTK.I.   in Siit.ab.ii  is tbr
lia-ittliiimr't-r- f,,t ill tr.r.i !!a-r- !u the i'i:y
aafSilaar. 1IK.\.\ KIT .-. Vl'ltl'lt V. l'ru|'.-a "
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rj'IIK VHTOKIA Hi'TIT. iii.Va-Ua.it is,, baiii'ii
«-    for nil striin^i'   l'a'i:i'> aiu.'av fr.im Ituii.e-.
Ilia at llaatl-t. liar -| 11 .IllV lata tills a.irtll.
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Hull.   Tlla) nt.la lir-l-a-l.!— !i.it.| in Vitair.
KISl.AV Ma'I.K. '!>, I'l.ij.rlata.r.
piliJIll.M" ItOt'sK. XKI.SHX
I'i,r..|n'Aji
ll..al AllltTll'lltl Ji'llll.    Mi-.ila. r.'at a'llt.a   [tn. tits
(Mill 2 i:i3|aia> -1.    C "ill**   aa|,l;t.  Imlp i-m;,|,,a , ,1.
S'aatllllli; VC-ll'ita' abi'lat   Ilia'   |a!aU'a'   l-«a',.|lt ihl'Vaalll
.1, tlio -.afi'. It.Vl.iiNK i TKKlitl.l.l S.
RETAIL & WHOLESALE  HEAT DEALERS
Have one of their largest Mores in Fernie.
Lamb, Veal,■fresh and Smoked Fish.
Bulk Oysters.   Try a gallon
BAKTt.aM'T HHIISK,   f.ariiii'rla-  the Cbirk
in tlie tas-.-at -I :t ilua tu'la-t III .Na'Naaii.    iii,h
*iiitf ii.i|a i'tti|iiii>i-ii."  u   \v. hahii.i;tt
liroirlsiaar.
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HENRY'S NURSERIES!
Till* HOTKI. l'l.llia-aliN  lit th,- lia.m- nl
I     Sb'C.-lll l»'.a'al,s tlllji'i tlii-l-    lir.'    ill    Ki'ra;us.,|i,
MfliO.NNKl. .<s HLAlK. t*J *>J lia't-.i-a
l''or   rales, fiilders and
io liv.il ii<*ents, "i io
licki'ts apply
R   Ki.uhvi;, ai-ent. Kernie.
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Ntl-i'-ii.
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*•     I'll' Hllal III*' |a,-.»t Ic a|..' I.nr.b'      llallll sa I'lilTs
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New   Crop  Now   in  Mock
Ma-ii..'  I !|a.sa [a   Htl'l   I til peril-.!
tiAlll'K.V Kill.!' iiia.l  KI.MWr.ll   sKKl'S
Will.!, .a,la'   lilll    It.'tilll
Si..'inl   I'll.','-  l-i  I'uriiia'r'.s Institutes
Tlii,i;-aiti-N ..I   t'raiit   nml   Oriiiima-iaiiil   Tr	
Itlll'alaiili'llilli.U.. Itaist'S, (.f.'l'lllliiliai.
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b.r
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,-.|.lin,-   |alailltit;i:
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l*'or s.-ile at all times excellent
snnisl for plastering.  Best
sand in thc country.
tub.
ST A, KICKY St Vt>„   Wlltll.KSAl.K t'KAI.-
Crs ill   tllltlar.   Kh-ll-l.   eiai...'.*.'.    I'raaal.iri'   altlal
l'*rtill,.\tilaaiii. II l'..
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M. J. IIENUY,
\ aalaa uni a'r,  Il.C.
:iii|ll Wi-aliiilnslir Ibiiial.
Apply to
ll. Plante,
No. 55, 03d Town
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anadf an Bank of Com merce
.      Head .Office : TORONTO
■Pajd-up .Cap.itiiJ.- .--^8,700,000 R<?st .* - $3,500.0.0*?
AV1NSS BANK DEPARTMENT
•Special attention ib directed to the following Advantages offered by
■  - ' J3ur Savings 3ank.
•Depps'its of $" and upwards received, $111} Ju.tersst aljoweil nt Current Rates.
tf Merest •*£ sodded to.lhe. Deposit TW.IGE -in each ycnr, at the end of May and
•Nove^W1"*' 7he .Depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal
'"  ""       ' of the whole ot any portion.of the deposit.
Pavable in all part? of CANADA, THE UNITED STATES,
fl.REAT*   BRITAIN   AND   EUROPE   Bought   and   Sqld
at Loiyest Rate';.
T. B, 1YIAY, Manager
F£RHIE t8JF.f NQH
P
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Paste this  in   you*;   hat,     !t
will pay you to remember it.
A. W, BLEASDELL
GRADUATE pNTARIp COLLEGE
OF PHARMACY
I Fit Reform mScS.w '
OVERCOATS. 3
Send you greeting- and earnestly invites ,\c.y i_Qj"iill,H)iil no l\ieni.
THEY RE proud of their nppenrnnco iind-lli<}y'ro'EoinleMfli/j_t( ••'HWvl",
up."   Tlu.v hnvo n-ttMin to UK too, h>r they .■*_>•_■} '«i«y.tJSW«.'i>V -.'.-.-J
It'iiiil-innu'st Giiriiiniils that ijvoi'.jrraeeil n cli>thiu_- InftisiJ.
' YOU ARE SURE  TO  FIND  YOUR  IDEAL H^E,
THE MAN who comes to up for his outfit will find hltn-olf in clover,
ai-.. ii ..••u-e no'"iriecs bec'iiine prieus1 count ''•!' ii'.tlilnjs nnl'.-sa
*-'> you Fi'e 'tlio"itarmt-iitfl""' If vou como here for your clothes you'll gut
Xf the HKS 1' CLOTHES thatyoiir money can buy,
**■*-*? VOU can Bunk *»n this Sutunieiit. The more, you know iinout FIT-
Sit, -*■ 11EFOUM CLtlTHKS, Our Prices nml our Uu-j'me.ss Methods, the ^
yX Bettor you'll like us
Thirty-eight years in the drug business.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
When in jfQiil L,ake"Citj* stop at the
Queen's Hot,el.
Rocking chairs fron? §• up at the B.
£. Furniture Co.
You can always pec the latest in
.style at Kenny & McLeod'*.
Get in the swim by buying your
^clothes from Kenny & McLeod.
The Bell Telephone Co. is bu'l.ding a
.-Jine from Ci,lj?n.ry t0 HiK-- River-
Pressing and cleaning soils called for
jjind delivered.    Sou F- J. Mitchell.
Ice-cream freezers and refrigerators
just arrived at-the B. C. Furniture  Co.
The Fernie Cigar Slore is Mill giving
ftwuy coupons wilh every 25 cent purchase.
Hunt up your coupons for L. Atkinson is about .to give away that suit of
£lothes.
Frfliji 10 cents a roll upwards is the
•irice of yall J>if|>e_r ijt the B, f, Furniture Co.
Before you ga e*i$t 0* lo Klko call on
£-•0. VV. Carruthers, and get 3 -lobby
-i.uil of clothes.
. AV. A. Glement has been appointed
•*"l_y engineer of Vancouver at a salary
-jf $3,000 per annum.
Masterson, Griffith & Co.,' Trout
Lake, have all the supplies needed, by
lumber camps and mines..
It might pay British Columbia to
bonus drummers instead of taxing ihem
lo open iheir samples in this   province.
j. C. Hutchison is still doing business at the old stand. Have a chat
with him about your next- suit of
clothes.
It takes 35 tailors to. make one Semi-
Ready coat. They are. all specialists
on Jlial part al which tliey excel, F. J.
Mitchell, *     '
A full Jineof Edison's' phonographs
and Columbia gramophones with a
complete stock of records,' can be hud
al the Fornie Drug Store.
Semi-Ready tailors who are specialists in collar-making or in moulding
shouldeis elc,, do nothing else, therefore must get perfect. See FJ Mitchell.
The King Edward hotel in Fernie is
only a few steps from the Q, P. R- station, on the corner opposite the post-
office. Travellers should not forget the
location when they arrive at the coal
metropolis.
. W. H. Steele, of Coleman was. buried at Sherhrooke, Que., " He died
from blood poisning caused from being
bitten by Lee Clark. The jury brought
in a verdict that Clark had committed
homicide in self-defense.
jttAiM-ji*--*•*»
"he Serine
Artistic
Millinery Establishment
a -.
Victoria Avenue
(Opposite Tutlle's new hotel)
llKAIXJUAnTKllS,
May 31st, 1905.
EAST  KOOTENAY   1UFLES '
No. 1 Company
Capt. Jamf.s JIcEvoy, ComnianiHiiB
ThoCompany will nunide in.Drill Oraler
at. the Armoury, on •IVeaint.'.'ithiy ovoniiiff, tlio
3Ut inst., at 7 45 p. m.
*    G.H.BOTJf/rOJ*,
Lieut, and Autinc Atljt.
CITY OF FERNIE
NOTICE.
A rcaiilar meetiiiK of tlio Bnnnl of License
Cqmmi-isioiiiin'for the City of Ftrnic will lie
holil on We'lnwalay uvuniiiK, tlie 11th ilu.y of
June A. U 1IKA, in the Court House, - in. the
rititil City of Fernie, nt thft honr of 8 o'clooli.
Bu.sine.sa, ta oanMilvr the rc-iiowal of the following licenses.
HETAIT-.
Willium Woothvard Tuttle.   Royal Hotol.
Stepl.cn F. Wnlluue,   Hotof Kerr.ie.
Simili JunniiiKi.   Central Hotel.
Willium SlilN.   Waldorf Hotel.
Philip Uurosello,   l.oiim'Hotel.
John li. Gates,   KinKEdwiiTil Hotel.
William E-chaviR,   Northern Hotol.
Tlio.-i. 11. Whutim,   Napanee Hotel.
Willium lloais,   (jueen's Hotel.
Leslie A-Mills,   Kiin-'s Haitel.
•lo=eph Jean,   rmiieriul Hotel
WHOLESALE LICENSES.
The Pqllaak Wine Co.
l.ouU C5ro»ello,
C, D. Waiiuixo,
Lic<iii.-e ludpoctor
Fernie, B. C, 27th Moy ittB. 	
Fernie Licence  District.
rfIHE lmlfyctirlv meetinB or the Hoard of
JL Lioanana. ComanU.ionur', Fernio Licence
District. aa-Ill lie helal nt tlio Court House, Feruie. on Thursday. Juno l.Hh, 1!H)5, at the hour ot
■seven thirty o cluck, in the iiftcrrioon. when
the folloa.-inK npplic-titions will come before
the hourd :—
W. .1. Moore, Australian Hotel, SlorrLiaey
A. H.TritCJimdR. W. Wood. Miners.' Hotel.
A[nrrisiey Mine.-,.
1). Mi-Neish. Elk Hotel. Elko
P. T. Williuma,  Deer Loali-e  Hotel. Juffray.
.7. It. McMULLLN
Cllici LiconeeliiApectot.
9&
ALWAYS IlKADV AT.
CHARLEY GALE'S sJ=i
PR, PRIG
CREAM
•mak*es home baking easy. Nqthhig
■canr be suHstitjited for it ip. making,
quickly, and perfectly- delicate hot
biscuit, hot-breads, muffins, cake and
pastry.
fRtOE Bakihg Powder Co.. Chicago.
*'.LEE SING
PROFESSIONAL   GARDENER
Late Gardener of Nelson Club.
Leave oraers»-r. \p. -,.;:•.'; \a.
Pernle anil Coal Creek will play fool-
ball in Ferny on Saturday. There is
consiJerable rivalry between the two
teams and the game will be a hot  one.
Qon't wait for weeks on a tailor to
have your clothes cleaned and pressed,
but notify F. J. Mits-lia-JI, he will attend to thcin at once. Semi-Ready
store. .. -.. . AA
The Kootenay fit> Saii-lm'- .«ns "Ot
locked the door for nine years. Right
handy for>strangers when they're out
late, and cannot trade their thirst for
anything.
Today is  the  last  day  for getting   	
coupons  -at  the   Fernie  Cigar   store.    .   BRITANNIA■'■ TA'CTCLCffEliJA   OF
Count the number you have on   hand,   -ff_-, _..";'1--^n-.e,!i-G.
and bring them in a scaled envelope to
L. Atkinson.
J. C. Hutchison may not be in the shop s-EWSPA^EHa^ at THIS OFFICE
most of his time but lit- is* alwa}-* ready  {Jl'u •*■*•»">-••-.* -.-.■.
to take orders for  tailor-made clothes, ~ "
Patronize Kenny & McLeod and support home industry.
Quite a number of the local military
did not receive an invitation tp the Ball
011 May y4tli. They shou{J not feel
bad for the editor of this paper,
who is a "Colonel," did not receive an invitatir-n or even 3 glimpse of
a corr-plimentairy ticket.
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Mens' Outfitte
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NOTICE
Thirty-dayaiiiftoriliito I intuntl to apply
the Cliiuf Coininisaloncr of Lundj nnd   Wti.
for iMirniUnion to cut und curry awuy timt
from the foilowiui: ilusciilied laiuln. biiunt
In liust Kootamiyrii.strict.    Comnieiieiii',-
Ihu  nortliv.c'ot   corner po-.t  iniirlsod "1'.
Hiile," ruimniK thence north M chums, then
west 10 chains to line of C. I'. II   liind.theii,
HOiilh   alone 0.1'. II. line 1B0 olmiiis, tliein
i'ttstinoliiiiii«"toHouthwMl corner porit or La
falM inarlsuil ' Cellar  Vulliy Ciiinp   Limits
thenco north »U ohiilitaj to jioint of uoiiiiiicue
ment. - -
K. H.Hai.K
Dated at Fornie, B.C.. May 1,1U05.
of
Salo of Furnituro
SALIC OP HICH ClaASS FlllOa'ITUHK
" "Hav C. It CI. Fa.ola! will sell at hi*, rt-.-ii
denco next to the Parte, oveilnokiiii- tho,rive-
all hid llaniki'lioltt Furiiitiiiii, consi-dinj! ..
Hods, Mi.ttroti.e-a. Scwinif Muohine, llookcnse.-
Smith I'n-iiiier Ty|.c-»ritor. Siitohimrd, 101
nros. Loiiimo, Cariiets. lluan, Miuon I- mil Jar.,
Miittiiiie.rhil.l'» Bu'l. I'i' in-r Ko'.m.hxtomioi
Talilo, Ki-i'lien Tiilale.-. Uio'oIviiir Stual;
Chair, Lnilv't. Hiali Oruilo fiieyclu. Stoves
Wood nnd l'iiiil.i-ti-.,"l«. . , ,„. ,
Gooda cun l,u-eisn niaarnintrt from into 1
o'clook.   AtttTiioum from -' to ' t!0 o'clock.
Dr. A. MILLOY
E3EPJT8ST
Aberdeen Block, NELSON,
D. C.
. Cigar Store.
PRIZE COUPONS
All competitors for coupon prize must
hand in their coupons to the store not
later than June 7th.
Coupons must be in sealed envelopes.
E-icli' envelope must have name and
address ot competilor and number of
coupons contained therein.- ■      ■ ."-
No coupons will be issued after May
3ISt' .L. ATK1WSON
A SHAVE,
SHAMPOO
OR   BATH
FOR   SALE.
0: T (VIS WITH BCU.DLVOS-OH HOW-
»5 JU land Avcnuaj. near the Fernie Browery
Apply to N. Klausman.
will sell for "M.
uiilbiindCn.se.   Cost 473 hut
Geo. W. Carrutheri.
AL'i HOUSE PflWF.Il GASOLINEENQIXE.
"" Apply nt this office. '___
. TO .'U13 NT
[1WO  ROOMS  SUITABLE FOR OFFICES.
-   Apply to A. Bock. Fernie.  ■
•%>s*ttMIM>.Wt,-»J^
WANTED.
A GOOD   GIRL   FOR   SMALL   FAMILY-
Apply Box 275.
A   MAID WA*-:TED FOR GENERAL UOUSE
aaork.   Apply to Mm. W 11. Ross.
TWO  SPECIALS
IN   GRANITE  WARE
?
*U7 V? HAVE ft nutat'ierof Fancy Decoritci Toil ami CofToo Tots, wotth
VV C $i a.-janalfl I'ciu.'h. ThVaio nn not moviriR ont fni.t enoiiKli to
suit u-a, anil will for the balance of the week Mill them for the
SPECIAL LOW PRICE OF 89c.
THROUGH a mistake'of the Manufacturer we have roeeiv-
a Double Shipment of Gkamtk Cusrinoitiis.    A concession has been made us, which we pass on to you ;—
A Granite Cuspidore worth 60c.for 39c
SEE  OUR   WINDOWS
^ iif w
MISS  SDDDABY
-"'*' Fernio, B.C.
Teacher of the Piano
(Leiichiiti'key .Method)
A thorough traiillnf-assured each pupil  ,
Philip Caroseiia-.
I win
FEBN9E;, B. G.
General Merchant
Singer
Sewing Machines
These machines aro now *l»<;ititr sulil
;tt lower jirii't'2, qunlity etitssideri-d.
than any otlior, elllier for cash nr
on  instalini'iit  of &!   |.ur  month
Nki:di.i:.s and Oil, for Sale.
Sowing"    MarliincH    Unpaired   or
.Kxelum^eil
J, P. Houlahan,
FERNIB, B. C. Aaont.
A Summer Suit -
T.*! prcliahly the. proper
1 wiper at this time
of tlio yoar. If you
havo a desire in that
direction
Call on
Kenny & McLeod
IF   YOU   PLAY
Tennis.
Baseball 9
Cricket
Football
Lacrosse
Oil FOLLOW TIIF,
Example of Ike Walton-
YOU CAN PROCURE tho nccesaary
AIDS and
Paraphernalia
AT
eraie
ALL   KOUXD   THE   IinUAD
of liiH'liius roast iK'ef tlie appaatlzlnir o<lorF
escape ami tti<- rich brown pravv ti Iclctm tcinj't-
liiKly tti tl'Ciltsh. That l.a thc kinal of riKtstas our
lieail produi-Ca*. Tcuiiur. jtiicy, iiourlalilni-. I,
will iniikc you lirality nntl braaa-ity
Of ci.urrta; avofulf tlie ali'.iiosl cuts of veal,
lamb, pork, etc., alao. liut Jti-t tow we are
talking beef.   IJctfnan!ol our ol'trliii-j.
CALGARY CATTLE
CO., LTD.
Twitching Eyelids
ndicate eyestrain.
The slightest hint of it
hotild not be neglected
2 test eyes free of charge,
.nd recommend glasses only
en absolutely necessary.
. C. Uphardt
Jeweller  .    Optician
and
Wholesale Dealer
in
FEKF'SSE, S. G.
limit- i.
("niyisiitc the. I'o.'t Ollii*l'.
Rif'lit in ilia" i-i-nln.- tij'iiif riiv.
WWES  UQ8JOBS
«v
2&4^fg^$&$&&
A NOBBY SUIT
Anoi'NS llio outer niiiTi, and
raises llio wciirer in the
opinion of the critical public
Gl'.T ON'l" IKU.M —
Goo. W, Carruthers
'T'Tr' "'""'psimpT muwm
CH/R WINDOW
!*** .«i Ji."a-i»is>w>aiwia5!-a>
For the Nicest Assortment of Up-to Dale Glass
Ware  ever exhibited  in   FemJe,      We bought
"" these .G.ood.s, at a snap for Cash and as
WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY
YOU GET THE BENEFIT,
Y       I
k; fi v v   o    taJ) e
The People's Grocer,   P. O. Block,  Fernie
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$   TICMCl'HONK   &
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BSoad Office s   E-lamSSfain. Qanatia.
Capital * $2,500,000       T&esevve * $2,100,000
XLotal 2tSf&et$ * $27,500,000
llox. Wm. Gii'son, President.
J. Turn'muix, Vice-President and General Manager.
A llotitirtil nmikliiK Iltisltiosa traimnutoil. Current AccountH oponetl with Morcliiintu, JlftiiUr
fiiutttrtar.a, iimf MuiiiuliialitlflH un tlm most rniiHoriuble tci;mii. Danklni-fuotlitioa Rlaally
uxtviialiail to all inTnOiiH alunirlilt- to oiiim 1»uh[tac-a-a aar prlvatu uocoiiiitai. Special intention
u-ivon ti> nil out of tow-it ticcoutits. hitnro.it ut Currant ittitoj alloivnd on Suvlnim Iltint
Iivji.i-.it * friun Sl.'«i tiiiiviinU. Colbii'tloiib utlua'toil iu all parts of Cuninlii at, l.ava-unt Itutea.
1'rafts Lajueil.pti.v.Hblai in Caniiilii or Altroiitl. llritidli, Anioiloiiii, land ForuUn Drafts canbtid,
An oflli'u of tliiai Hank linn lioeu iipunod at Kern lo.
All Curru.apoiulcnco uiUlrya-auil to tho Ai;out will bo pornouuily attoiuioil to.
Afretit, Fkknik Buancii
I Specials This Week
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71b. Onions 25c.
White Star Baking Powder
15c. per Tin
BEE BRAND TEA
40c. per lb.
CHAS. RICHAR
Todd Block
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EMBALMERS
A  complete  stock  of Coffins, Caskets, and
Burial'Goods,'also Metallic Lined Shipping Cases
AN UP-TO-DATK HEARSE1N CONNECTION
I Parlors in the T. Beck Block
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Victoria Avenue J*
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Trites-Wood Go.,Ltd.
'PHONE 28 for Prompt Delivery
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Make your Wa>
to Our Store for
STRAWBERRIES
BANANAS
LEMONS
GREEN BEANS
PINEAPPLES
ORANCES
LETTUCE"
PEAS, ETC.
NEW POTATOES    and   VEGETABLES
USE The .   .
Best Creamery Butter
"Gilt-Edge"
I      FOR SALE ONLY AT THE BIG STORES
WE carry a complete line of All Kinds of Canned
Meats, Canned Fish and Bottled Goods, suitable for
Lunches, Picnics or Easy Made Dinners.
STONES at
Fevmo. F'iic.ieS, Klorrlssey, Coal Ci-edk.
war *» aaftini\ii'f*)A
mm»tmmm.fimnmiimii_fym*nm
Trites-Wood Co,Ltd.
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