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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Feb 10, 1906

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Array ;^   ,  .,.',..'..  -   i     r  viM.tt.num k itJLti. -I *  VJ       _J1       ,  VOL,.2  / Oi     ���������'?!  .    'J I '/>.  .SATURDAY, FEB.  10, HOC  PR7&%.  t!JT,r.  REPORT  ALL DEPENDS  in  INillVE  ROOSEVELT  n-  im  port f(vr January: _ __  Vessels clearing Coastwise, 75  nagc, 12,0������)l  Vessels  deaiin;\  loieign,  24,     ton  nagc H,Jlr>, tons't. rgo,  17,918.  VaIuc_of eKroils,_Ali������1������)17 .     -   _.  Following is the correct shipping rc-(   London, ^b-^rW.^Statist,^ one  oi     the leading financial  weeklies of  Till cat Unlaw,   deals lhiF~wcek~\vith"  the Algeciras conference  in a      long  leader.    The  article  predicts  ������ failure'to reach a:conclusion satisfactory  to France, and cousciifaen.Uy_ contiiu-  ed      iineasinesT"  lfru   the commeicial  World,   v\hile at"the same tune   the  IS FEARED  SMOKED  our  PAIR  =5   ,X  CW\',[<  V*  The ma'������nifictiil  playing of  F      d . L      ���������    i , , ,  J ,  ''       h Avntei   believes that| war.-wUl-not le  Ashloii at Ihe entetUinment  lastev-  M1,t    ;n>c po|(', ^ thi'gulwfs'fohi  cning ga-.c  those  pi������wnl  -some  idea   cIlISKm ls   tluWWs^ub'^oaivi'lt  alone ������au'" save-the sifcuntiY>n-'JiiSsta-.  Ic was abl3 to-la in;; about peace Ic-  iwien  Hn^ia^and^.'Jap'an'' '���������"  ofhis ability-,    'lie Militaiy Poliiv  nisc r.nl   the Daw? of  the     Demons,  faulths 1\   icwleicil a.s it  v.^s,     was  undoihtdiv      the fnest work of ijs  kind heard  locally  fa   main   adiV"  -o-  Alr l.amay, of Winston's b. i Cl  shop, was icspoiisiblc for 'the pcr-  fect ���������'make-up" ol the artists in the  play las I evening. .Up hashed ton-  sideiablc cspiti-encc at this kind    of>  The  Kl^ist; at^i  jlco-lin^,' S^itlr*tiig  uuv of kho< situation, uainelv,. the  j rlirui"- 'of Vcriocr-; upholds Fl aiices  -rrnhli to demand that'^'stfc should*0 be  gi.cn rovver. ,to maintain _a police,  force, he' Statist' does nbt- believe  fimi lresent mtr1e)Jtrons/-'Tiiat Germany will j������,ield''that"poirit','lhe coun-  fr- mofTirinr'' to'-'hrf'nulisttti   France  T Pietcrmantzburg,  Natal,  Feb.  9 ���������  The    collection--������r the Poll ta"c' from  na,1ive������ _tneax���������   Richmond has led to  irouble   -which,    it,is feared,     will  spiead and "possibly develop into an  uglv^niprfsirrg��������� Aimed-natives have  rested 'the     collection of the     tax  'and have'wounded  with speais an in-  spectoi      of police    and    a tiooper  Foui leen    mounted  police,  whew, were  proceeding    to" the scene of tte-!;!|ro.u-  bl6     hav e-~bcen'attacked andu,st������,are  missing       Cavaliy and artillery* and  loy'^laying detachments ofvpoll|if^&������jve  'been called   'm aiul 'are beingjrtSrebn  How  the  C  Custom of   the;  harit&ri is Carried  On atLadn rs  And    Ladysnith     People  Grumble at   the Local  Boys  According     to a Ladnci  coiiesijon  dent it is one" 6t the "playful customs'  ol a ccituiii     element   in that lural  community  to,smash   in  the windows  OF SUBWAY  WOULD BE S4,Z42.0Q  Mjv Parker Williams Says Estimate  Submitted ������o the  v . Department Bears ^   ������,���������  ��������� v t        ' These Figures      ; '    '    & -  ItProbadly Includes the Cost of Bridge-V/ork as Well" as  Burrowing Under   ~ .'/        , ,,     "    "  '',/*>,* i i������,oks *^ ,  Pnll tav TIi^-hq^  tratcd~to deal 'W'ltlHtbe-recalciWajit .of the homes  of newly  nurned  coup  ri^tpes - ������     jles and use the apcrimes thus ma'ue  It is. lepoitcd that >t^io natiVesiMre, for the     msertiQn  of bundles  of liic-  (kstcrmined'   to^ Jesisfr^tbe'lsaSWBbn'ciackeis  regaidless "ol  chances      of  is  ft- causing a 4.enous' accident.  This  work, hawnst for some, yoar^ heen as-, ^ the-result of-^tvJh^ftpWM-'an  sociatc.1 with a llist-ialc 1 n-.lish uKicfnitejici 1^1^116^'immerse stms  tiavellmg coimmnx    His  wnil. on tlw of nioncv n^^]A tliactive iri Fiance  perfoimeis   last o-veiiinii  ouUiulv .lm  ?���������������"  cicdit," an>I  The Lrdgei   is       n  -O   "'flic  small   powcifVJ" <s-Vvs ''the  arum ciccm, an., me utt.R.-.   ���������>       m      ,|Cjp>   riaic" a^Ml tfi^rditle/het^ft n  <,uested to extend   to him  the Uun *������ (( crn^rv r an.i France",    aiwl'^ligiand  of the club 'cu,   do ncilung  that  wonhl seem com-  iiaiy either to^thc^spiut, 0i the letter of In^lo-FfenvlC agreemont Hu.-  sia has loo ������������������mch to do^'aml \u'������na  Tf',naarjf u js to9, much , jil^tiatted  Th:?re rern,aitis(ODly <he United Stat-  ���������es   It  the    United  .Statujsl usi'iftiUing  of Uie  forccment&' have found iite-.  si\^jj������tris^oldiers rej>qrteU^ssujff       a     disgracehi  The men had  been  beaten iTo'tfglBg'    Ladnei      on  the nights of Wednesday  ^JCape    Tow������, Feb   9.-The ^jfW and 'J hursday of last week   A widow  :of   the    colored     lrwialwLants^lwj^t&e]^  0f Ladner  Mr      Parker    Williams, M   P  P , sti uction    of the     hndge  woikalso  ,ltion said that.-he considered it.jridic-/;  passed, tinough. on JLhe noon tian to He thought      that it would do,  and , U]0US t-liat Jhe outlay of ^uch a fab-  #)f   th.>  way the  story   is told  >raceru>'aflai  on  the niglit:  AT THE OPERA  HOUSE  !A.k.  ilit eiiLui ui.n. ���������"������������������"  llib    a.1    lie i', ^'"-    "w  tll^ ������\ tl ^      i.lilw        111*1'        ������������������  S-<_JI        l<^        ,1   ^tlj-l.t-li.^ i.L.U'k,       ���������"'        -l     "  \vl1I     ..^-.i.l\ill0    ol     l.Ulull.l0c 1 lOlll  Int.   LlliiC   luC cullalll   IUISlm   Oil      ' lUC  j.L^i, .iciol "ihu i a.> iioimycastles,'  tnL.i  lhu . ii..i i.c^no'm tnl t-ia> uuAtf  \,.i-.     i.oi a siow   moiiient     me pi*>  ���������\,.is      jacjiy   sia^etl,   uw   cliuiuctei^  \e,i  u1( in  iiiciL'jtiiis, s,i ^tiuti uiete  \,& nunc oi   inc fe,*0|>uiy  lor Cl,es   bo  (ui^.n    -seen   in auuiicui   productions.  i..ciy  p.ui.  wa->  iawi.il j.1   lue sctouii,  and   v^cii tai.en at that. -   "  xi ls'useitss to pamuilaruo }~-J^  ' gauiuy   (ins th. racier or  that,    lor  it would only Le a lopititioii.     Tilde  was",  considciliiig  the short time loi  ]������iepaiation,  the fact of it  being all  the wcik ol ainateuis and the     few  people in the east���������for the. larger the  cast Uic casiei to please���������dc|hai>s the  best   ol is kind e\ci  produced in La-  dysnuth     Ilud  a professional-troupe  ���������well advertised as   thorougn      artists, come along aadgi\en us      as  goo I  as did  the Lyric Club last evening  they  would ha've been Called   a  thoioiic,li   success1 and all they claimed to be    So much more, then, are  the members of the club who soen-^  teitainmglyi  enteitauied   us1 lasi  evening,   to be credited  with the   complete success ithey achieved.  T'ie  songs  and  recitations       A\ere  goad,   as weie  the special   instrumental  productions    All readers  of  The  Ledger ha\ e seen the cast of character as given in the piogiamme,  and  wh^e assumed names are used,     all  were icadily  recognised as ncighbois.  and fneivls, and the writer can safely  promise     anyAvho    failed  to see  the  play last evening that, should it at  a latc>  date be reproduced as all who  saw  it last night, will  join  in  wishing, that you will not regret  an  ev-  eningwith  The  Honnv   Castles  In this aititle it is stated abo\e  that so good weic._a.ll that it.would  not be well to particularize, but the  s'pecial song of Mrs. .Harry Pb(ter,  "In Society," was so thoroughly ap-  pioj.riate io the occasion and so. well  rendered that it would have ..received  recalls at. thei hands of. Vancouver or  Victoria thrcatrc-goers.  ���������The-house- should  have been��������� fillcslr  Jt was not,  although  there was       a  fair attendance.    Thtre seems  to he  a feelinc on the part of  maiw Lady^'  smith  people   that  local stars are. of  Mit raird or  fourth   power,  but      the  writer-...luiiy  fairly  claim.- a reasonable  knowledge of conditions  obtaining  in  other cities  of     the province,  larger  and older, and  will venture the  prediction   that   neither  Vancouver  nor  Victoria     can ] rpduce a more thor-  liansVaai And the,Piaiige RtZ0*&  ohy foi  full ^political  rights'      'X:  ,comi^ng__ more  insistent      The'^Alfrlf-  cau' coloied political association,"rep  -lesenting'alLiSouth^ Afiica,(,is j>roPar  frig a monstei     |)ctition to King Eil-  ,ward    asking    foi  all     the political  .iiRhl>Svciijoved"by     the wlnt������fj,Which  -willflfei, fire^e^te<l-vin>(Londoh"_jj|y dep-  ji'lation  /ol   coloied men fioriti^South  Africa  S"  la o o.er, thei policing,s>i JMo,i,otcj.> a\  divbody  wrirhitil' wWi')\lyi!nfer'f^adi  i-  ness to assume ���������anr,iiiipleasa'htt responsibility ������; for" 'the sake tir J preserving  peace. '  \  Editor  j.   ii  -o-  a  Udgcr-1 Dears SitMyloiihl  you kindly allow  __, me spacfc' ih        , me space> ih 'vdm  valuable   ' pafr^/^wfcichj^ WMrrcV^be  v ery. -thank fnl���������for,;.fn ���������IresaTuCrfi>Z^,hi&.  game agitation^      _^  __^-  Now, sif, ~l notice "Mr"llT~Ah'>������>tt,  the {w^llHiiown ^(utfibrWy *<in- ganV  hunti^X^at^^I^r!^  'siljv "to  BLAIRlCMAM.fi  rl  lv/.������-  ?hOESI,06K  ' !mi t  'B,ir*N   RailiiraSr  _     ...   ^  through   the  l6elt,:JN'ovv   Ur  EcUtor',    lt.isry a ,well   known fat h  that, the majoiity    of the sportsmen  within#    that belt-arc-'; working men  who   woik.,   regidair|yirsi������t, days i>pi;  week.       Does     Mr  _Abbptt, pi  anv  other ������������������   auther-ity W game law,  and  we have many   here* that I think taj'  superior     tq___a������i_y long stocking men*  on the Mainland/}vfio''are'Jat libe-ity'  to'hunt every, day *n the week if they-  feel like it,    think itf is_ just or fau  lo take away the only "day the work-^  mg" man has to enjoy himsclfe '  Now, Mr^ Editdr,'fin y self ih ink  it is a direct insult Ltd any working  man foi any^pcrsp1? to^uphohl 1(s������ch  an enactment There are twelve nun  dred names on that petition, nnd^l  might ,say only'fci: thc'sho'rt time'it  was out, it is at iemaika_bly good  showing howi the .feelings of,the people are .withm ttoat j .bpll^and' V  might say, with a couple of more  days' tunc ther"e v puld' 'pave been  twel'e bundled more '''jUJ J Albbott,  how would you like the government  to reserve i yom., sectujin,. m/, , the  Mainland) , CP'^J/npi' t'hi^* differ-'  cnt) ' -\  ������    VV    HILDER'E.  --  v _-'      ^ s'  McEwan ,u the 'owner, of the  Tn si? Avenue shoe establi4$rn4������ivfc, ha������  sold Ins stock and busmtssi1j|o Ale^sjr^  Blair' tevA'dam.J   On   atco*flftf'i_;oI1''iUiirJ'  fneaWh Mr.  McEvvan has'fOT'n^tir^ifi^  %pos-siole  to continue   his   piospeious  buisiness, t.iid has bought a larm near  iNanaimo    which      lm    will   m future  l.oik    As soon as they heard he con-  lomplaieifr going' out'of "business,  the~  ,ci.tei| i isuift fnm     of Blan   &  Adam  'made a bid  foVthc stock,  which     is  a alued, at   *3,flf<\   ,'l he deal  was   nr-1  mediatesV^ftlosi-d, ������and  the splendid  slock  of footworn   has   been   tumsfci-  ed  to ihcstoLC .'���������cioss  the stieet    On  ihe lCtlf insV Mt'-ssis    Blaii   &  Adam  will open  a boot   ������nd  shoe sale, - at  'which "oods will*bc" offeied at slaugh  iei  prices   Mr   MtEwan went up   to  Nanaimo at noon todav to make pre-  paiationsi Col  removing  his  family to  .ihe new, place, of icsidencc  j  o   ������  I The    Tndiin,     who,  as  icpoircl  m  and a widow of Vancouver were the nominal cause of . n  outbreak of iowdyism Tnen mar-  nage was theoxfu'se upon which all  ,1110 hoboes, hoodlums and hooligans  of Ladnei decided lo ������^*-t The mob  was led on Wednesday evenng by a  man who ought to,have known lict-  ttu^ and having pjrovuiexl themt.elves  with- firetrackeis^guns, coaloil- cans,  bells, a trumpet, etc , they proceeded  with yells and howls lo the house of  she newly-mained couple, makang all  the noise they could, at the same  time demanding, money 'foi dunks  Thus was *'i.ept up foi seveigl hours  and shortly aftcr midnight the party  letiuned through" Ladner streets yelling  and  screeching/ like bends       Tne j  track,' would  Nanninio        In a short conversation   so far tis he knew the E   & N ,  and  at the station with a Ledgci  lepoit-   Wellington   Collieiy   Conipanjics   weie  er, Mr. Wilhaihs said  he had at last   willing    lo     defiay    the cost of the  J obtained   rthe estimated cost of finale-   bridge work for then tracks.  an   occurred     t l,Ilg  tiie sub^Vay  approach  lo  the Do j    However,    the cost of these struc-  lits ol ttethrsd       nnnioii  wharf        The figures submut-   tures would probably lie small   com-  ted to the Lands, and Works, Depart-( pared     "with    the cost of burrowing  mont-s^are ,$4,742.00   Sir       WiIlmnH   through    tne    "aeds of " "thV railway | Williams     replied ,that he could, not.  said hcAgot   the figures from tae de-] tracks Mr     Williams also11 "salfl"'say   if the  'government would stand  paitmcnl -'last '   night,  bui    n'���������     - [ that the estimate would   not include "so large   an expense.     The estimate  unfortunately' 'the    head of that-de-. the cost of   making the roadjto'jthe   had   only, ^just been    submitted and  paifment, ' Mi    Greene,  was not to , suhAvaji       That,   of ^course, would' Ji,-        it, so far us he knew, .received)  be found, and    he, the member/ coufd i have to be   borne qy the city,,   , ,.   , tl        ..ious consideration of the memr'  not  say if the sum1 ,ncluded the eon-       Mi    Williams    in  further conversa-(be     of the'department, *       i  ulous sum should <be considered, when  ^fot a few dollars anj approach.co*������ld.v  l,e constructed over tlie 'tracks/ In  answer to a question as to whether  lie thought it probable -that the  be started soon, Mr.  KIN { EDWARD  'jit     li ���������..; j,.   ^n ,  LAUNCHES THE  OREADNOUGHT  iiewly-rnariied'man bad   refused       to  part  with  the MO demanded by   the  mob,  so anothei "crowd  of'hoboes v is  itcd   the hou<-e c Thuisdav'evening,  one ol tin-ringleaders  being a  voii'iu  cler.\     Not content ,,>tith.iuakjng,_.   a  noise,  the mob  smashed   the       gUiS>s\  pan Ms of the front dooi_,   leaied       a  Inddei   against   the bedioom window  rnd smashed the t^lass,  then filled tbe  loou.s      with  firecracl cis,  scorching  the  woodwork and the carpet' in the  bedroom   v   NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  Local iod and guu cntluisuisis will  meet, in the 1 oriesteis' hall on Monday night a.t < .50 p m lor the P������ir  pose or organizing a Rod and Ciiin  Llub..  Port'smouth/'Eiig,"Feb 10��������� The  niouslci battleship) Dreadnought was  aunched-by King-'Edward to'lay. The  Duadnought} is ithe "laigest'-r.Hule-  shii) afloat and._conlains all the lei-  ������������������o's of the Russo-Japanese wai  .'    'i In _conti_actcisi_   started work on  lei   coustiuctioii on Oct   22nd, agree-  ! in������" to have hor completed  within si\  months     They   aic well  within     the  time  limit     The dimensions of    the  new  battleship are not  vet   known  \v������s   specified   that   the   contractors  to  the public, and in the agreement it  houl'l,  with the government officials,  i cop sSciet on the subject  'Not  until  aficr the ship1 has been in  sen fee one  ;e^r  will  particulais concerning hei  dimensions lie made  INTERMEDimS:  VS. SENIORS ON  I   .'Oj  1   ..  f'J V   t  NfNS NOTES  FROM THE     ,  GAPITAL  v"l  Amlsew Wesley,  Hie 15 year  old  -vr-j���������     s-  \     '    X ^"*N������. lt>",4  .ATE--W4-R������-B-������-^'-H-E-Y-A-Rr)r-  i  The Ledgci   last  nicht   was  ariested   inuiaa >0uth who \\a^se\eiel>   vvomi-  "foi   hein������  dnni\   and   chsoideily, was   (le<1  on'lhiiisdav alternoon by       the  discliaigc ol  a shot gun,  was conveyed   lo the  hospital   yes tend ay  and  ,n  ihe  afternoon an  operation was  pei-  ;iAn Ottawa despatch savs  that the  ifSlmcA and  somc oI   lhci diets  c\-  tracted   The iiijmus su������-tamed  bv the  fined    II and ,losts by Justice of the  Peace Stewait  / o   THE UNIVERSITY BILL  "Grand 'I runk Pacific .ouioiince -^ that  Prince,   Rupcit will be tlie name ol  then,  Pacific   lei minus %  NOT GUILTY  * i  1, Yesterday's Fiee 1'iess has  the following  "The othei day a well known man  fiom Ladysmith was in Vancomer,  .^ndwishing to call up a friend in  , V-ictoria, he went to the long dis-  yranlc Wallace, an inmate"of the Unce, .telojihonc. He talked a few  Kstate hospital for'the insane, t smnutes and >thcu asked central how  !Nottistow������i,n.uPa{.i,i;*,endeflv<his. life by, iiiuch"he vvotild pay for the call.  K-\valJowin^jsWtlWLjJi������igtt*ilfea.t otttincl,'"���������'Fifty-cents,  please,'  was  the an-  !w.'J(,Si.--.JKil?/Viba ^^9WdBi,l5.MV.9ns9>.,<i?Ver-  '.''"'^y tents!' he gaspe<l.  'What  tions in. his stoinaciie ..wbejUjjan ^u^o.pj "  Sy was made     to discover  the cause  uiifoituhatc lad aicsciious and it is  not known at present how they'may  teiminate  ��������� o ���������  (1 ion.   the   Ueial'l)  Manv  of  the   lcsidcnls  of this cilv  and  distnct   wil1   learn  with  sorrow  of the death of M^rgaiel   '\im  Killecn  w'.fc   of Ho waul   killceu,  and daughter  of  Mr.. and  Mrs.   William   llugho's  of Nicol   street.  Mrs.      Killecn  was tiU;cni"suilclenly'  ill on Sunday'' niidit' ahfl-'as-soon as  possiljlo was conveye<l to the hospital   where,-.in-spite of  Hie host  of at-  6i death'!  , Wnliacc  HTVWP. .5T  X  who  was tvventy-loiri"  years ...old, was . t-rajigferrcd, ;$oni' 't'lie  Ph.ladelpiina', corintiy_ prison.;; ;;.,vie  suffered fr.gni,, dejusjons;^. a^iduwheiiv. he  told his caretakers tha^jhe^wjas^fuU  of wire the matter was .regarded as  improUUiieJ /by -ihe';':. iphysici'aDS.A He  insisted that an voperation would con  firm his statement's, jtJutUne vvas too  weak   to     undergo one",' afid   was in  ulo you  take mc for���������a man  with cofn  tent ion and  medical  skill shci ex pi rod  to   burn?,'Why,   over  in Ladysmith   I   yesterday   afternoon,  cay call-up hades for 50 cents.' j    The   dor-eased   lady was only  ninc-  ,''J_ .JPoriia s   so,'     was  the answer, 'teen    years  of age,   and   what,  mak'cs  ''hut  for   the past  three  y������ar.s   it,  has ' (;  The people at the Capital have ns-  en  against the university JjiU,   under  ilu provisions  of -wliuh  theic  is dis-  crinnuatiou ��������� against any unneisuly  sa\e that of McGill enteirng  the pio-  vmce     An  influential deputation wait  i.d  on the government  in piotestation  of a clau&e vvlucii     pioposes  to hand  o\er   lo Aiwfiill certain school piopcr-  ties and  thus }iituallv   shut Iht door  against the entrance of other universities       'Ihe mimstcis acknowlcdeeil  the bill, and it is only fan  to       assume    that   the bill   will   be properly  amended and made more geneial     in  its application befoie  it  becomes     a  law.  On   the     Bunker ground tomorrow i  afternoon    at' 2 Jfi   ' thue will be a  I'hn ������/  practice loot hall    match, Seniois  vs  Interniednites,"' teairfi*aV'iolIbws  Seniois.    Hailstones,^    i>cotjt,,,,T.  O'Conncil, T.  Leaher,  Strang,  Eno;  Sanderson,    Mornson,   'Adain;-Hew-  Iett ami Bichnids ,'"���������'"     ' "  Intel mediates        F   GreaVes,' Saii-  ders%  Crossan,,    Jackson,   D   O'Con-  ncll,  Dunbar,  J.  Cele��������� McMillan, [}]  O'Connell,  Michiu,-Hughes,   Wins^y  Mr ���������) Sanderson, secrttaiv of the  club, leaves iui Victoria on the foui  o dock iram He is appointed 'to  repiesent the local club at the meet-  ino of the   V   1   league tonight   Mr  N    V   ftloriison  niav accompany Mi  Sandei son ' ,  Os1������awa,( Feb    10 ���������(Special)���������F.  S.  Pardee, m'UitjM ������W' West Lampton,  will move to address in- reply to the  speech from Ihe throne.  Ottawa, Feb 10.���������(Special)���������E B.  Eddie, '' the great* mafch',andT paper'  mauutacturer, died here today.    ,   .   LilL-o   Hon   W    Templemari  leaves      for  Vi'toiia on Monday/    ll  ,   ������t-|  i  i'������t  SOLD ICE-CREAM  ON SUNDAY  Eighty-three'-cigar makers employed -, in .Tuckett's ..cigar factory at  London, Out., have gone on strike-  Mow about 'the'-.subway to the  wharf? The sum mentioned would  mik glad the hearts of the men of  brawn who. have days of work to exchange1 for coin of the realm, but  will  the "powers that he produce.   As  ' I will 't nc v on  $5 this time,     it'  beniL, the 'list ortence, and 1 gne fair  warning   that the nevt persons foun-1  guilty   U-foie me of  Sabbath-bitaking  will      noi get   oh"  so easily    The   finu  will Le agieat     deal moic  sukstan-  rial    1 would rammd you that     the  maMiiium  line   is tlOO    As    long     .is  there is .i law calling for Sa.bca.th ob-,  servalue it is my   duty and the duty  ol the   polite to sco that-it-is enforced    In  dealing   with  lntellrgtnt   people  who     know   that Sunday should  be  oLsentd   it snould  not be neces-  sai v   to   lnue  such   proceeding's   taken" .-������������������'..- ��������� -.������������������'.���������;  .;���������  So spoke Polite ~ Magistrate Williams this inr.VniiK1;, says a ViMicquver.  despatch,   to  three  nun  arraigined.be-  ���������-CANADIAN      NEWS     NOTES  Montreal, Feb 9 ���������Prince Rupeit is  to he the name of the Grand Trunk  Pacific terminus in British Columbia  The name was suggested_ by Miss E  Macdoiiaid, of Winnipeg, who receives a prize of two hundred nnd fifty  dollars Mr John Ernie, of Bon,  Chcre, Ont, and Mr. KiFkvvood, of  Copper Cliffe,1 howev er,', ea.qhInreceiv'e  the same amount , Both of the latter suggested "Poit Rupert," but  the company *_oreferrwf the first namr  although it exceeded the ten word  hunt.  I  o -'  AT DU<zCANS.      ,  lieeiic  know  s within  i 11  the city  limits,   you  i fl  ,ho  case'-exlreniely  sad   was  the fact , WiUiam..ithe   t'lay'writer,   now said to  :.hal. she had been   iii;lrried only a few.!he    Bacon,     exclaims,'"Aye," there's  nontlis.  Now  the <jolfo;: editor- has been stu- j    Pho  was at native  <^f Wellinglon,   re  dying this joke ever since the paper    moving with h.-r parents to t.his city  oughly  amusing and up-to-date enter-   formed,  by , way, ;^of aiijvftttcmpt to  ittiliiment   by their local talent   ftiu>|cuW-_!yVS.PJ^  can   (he  people of   our city.  There ?s  'no'disposition "on the part of any am-  atucrs   to  force  inferior  productions  on the'public, and all such entertainments while good and worthy of pat'  ronage   on    their  merit,   arc  always  given  for some charitable  or  worthy-  object.     They     should he better attended,   for by rncorraging with  your  presence you     ass'st'in maintiining  the high   tfess   of amateur  e-ilertain-  inents that wo at this time, certainly  possess   in Ladysmith. F. S. R.  operation* would~Jrill him:  " All tigbi,\ cuilme i di������e.uV'i -yiic-UI/w  ^one, and see," said Wallace just before he died*}''' .^^''Li 'IOjI  . The autopsy-' ArcVealed-ifhe prl>sence  of aiie -p -idce'i' ib'fi wire -"-three ifeeti long  roiled into a-'ba'll''- Tlfe'^other'piece  was thirty^fi.ve'! 'fe'ef;-'- loVigi-'anvi-'wris  twelve1 fe'et-dia^^'HiiWoiind.rtaml-^haci  partly rolled int'o''a>i'l>a'rIK aHhong'li  worked and" pierced'-'through the in-  te������t'i?iies "^TatisTi'ig !Tpe^ffo'riTtl S^T" Wi t h  thij. mass of, w'.ii'e,..;vy'as; found.'.% piece  ofj, br;o<)ini \jSj(JraiW| {Qtirj iincl\es/\lgng.:r  The case is the oddest in the history  arrived this    morning., He has   turned  the paper end for end, and has called  iii ..the devil  from  the rear  ofhee     to  help him  and yet he can't see     'the  joke.    Surely  the    genial  news    man  oW-thc Press "does  not mean  to insin-  nte that  we have Hades   in the city,  foi- as proof Ui-at   we have not we oc:  c'assionally ���������  arrest a man  whom   we  tlunh ba<l   and send him   to Nanaiino  (for      (rial or convict,  him   ourse'Kes  and   send  hini   to Victoria.    Invaiia- ;  lily the man returns smilingly home  and .':ays his character' has been made  the  rub.  where she has resided .up to  the  time,  of her  death.  Resides   a young  husband,  and   kind  and   loving patents,  the deceased lady  leaves to mourn her loss  Ave sisters.'  Mr;   -Thomas -Martin -   of, this city,  Mrs.      Sid.   DawRTiu,  ���������vrounf Sicker;  Mrs.   G.  Clair,  of Oak'ary. Mrs.   II.  O'Connell,  Wellington,  and, Miss Sarah,      of Nanaiino,   and   one  brother,  William .--.   .....  The  funeral������������������ will  take place     from  ih". residence of     Mr.  P. Killecn. oii  Kennedy   street   tomorrow   (Sunday)  at three o'cUc''' to the Nanaimrf rVm'  M.' Sun ford "ofliciai-ing.  CHARGER  CHLOROFORMED  fore  .him   for *).reacli  of  the   Sunday  /closing act'as-applied.to oilier places  of business than     saloons .'or  hotels.  These men were tried and found'guilty  on Wednesday.  The   three" accused,  S.   B.   Arnold,   A.   Theodore  and    F.  Pltcrskv    ple;v!id    guilty,    although  Theodore''said- he  had sold   only   icecream.    Arnold  explained  that  it was  done by the  man  he left, in   - charge,  while he went  to lunch and -Petcrsky  fcontendod   that    everyone    else was  doing it and he had to doit to hold  his trade.  "The magistrate,  after'consultation  with     the city, prosecutor,   reserved  "ihis decision till this morning.       He  Kingston,      Feb.  fl.���������������������������The  fine hlack waritc(- to know  if the by-law     had  Arabian  charger  of  Lord  Dunkipiiald ', mi. sl!S.teined  on appeal before. Mr-  j was chloroformed    here yesterday af-^,.^ -d;rf-n0.t rcmcwibcr  any  appeal  Jlernpoii at the    vetinaty hospital   of | si|lCl, ,)C hnd hpkl  officp  . Dr.'Nicholas.      This  was   the urriiwd  -o  Iiacon   to  the value of  over  thirty, of:t^j'h???,!<^ii3lM at'^fe'cMiy^r-*!:..  .,,. . ,,    ���������     '        .   ��������� .���������. i  ,   '.experience    of Dr. D.  D,  Richardson.  million     dollars    was imported '  by ,���������,,       .  r r- -:?r. f\, tc; ��������� ������������������*'j j Ui'-\  ,lhe wire vvas the-' kind used mdiang-  Great Britain in 1904.  ing' pictiires.  J-in;-'inr1  in.  'gbriiMiT~Nirnaiiho or Victoria,  as the  case maybe.    No;  no!. We rescnil, the etety. Rev. A  infe:once��������� oMr*|>eonle"a.re"law abiding-     ��������� - ' ������������������  citizens  and  moral.  The worst  they ;    ficorw Rlossan.  ever   do   is occasionally to  turn, out    sneered      at      the  and en(ctt.ain-   a   Naiiainjo_ gang . HV\?( IToppo-,    now     admits (ha  John Malwer, Hill-ert, Fleichef"," or a. teen-Vcar-okl  few others we could name, w.ho come   thoriigJi     the  up to drink buttermilk -or' play domi-' world's  ��������� noes.   ���������!���������,." ^un-  that carried 'Lord Duh'donald through  South   Africa  in  the  Boer  campaign,  It was in  [another .matter that the Hamilton'  ! decision   had  been  given showing     a  and on -w'hosejjaek Lord Dinuionald  rode into Ladysmith the day La'd'y-  smit'h' was relieved. The former  Commander-Sh-Chicf of' the Canadian   "���������'���������-' | forces   having    returned  to  England,  who has   nlwnvs ' ilt������    clid  not-     wish his'old  campaign  abiliiv of Wiliie   coinrade.    to     pass imto the hands of  he nine-   strangers',    and decided' to have  it  Kvc'.is a phenomena,  nl-  chloroformed  and have the  legs   and  latter had to  win   1he !   head strifTed     and sent to him,  championship     to convince     charger was in-perfect condition.  similar bylaw to'be ho good.  In.  this -connection it may  be said  that the  polii-e  commissioners     discussed   the  question  on  Tuesday  and  Mayor Buscombc said that these matters  were beinu  fought oi'it  in-   the  cast and  that it was the opinion     ot  many that she city should not aihder-  tokc to assume a responsibility   that  p.i,e rroferly    belonged   to  the Dominion  ���������   n-ovcrnment. No  notico* of appeal    \n  thjse cases has  yet been given.  The following local items are   for  the most part taken from the Leader      A ijuitt wedding took 'place   on  Wednesday  at the Quamichan,  where  Mr   James Blackwood and Miss    R.  Behenson weie unrted in marriage by  the Rev    Fafher Scheelen   Tom'Hick-.,  ey      was LeAt-mani and   \Iiss_Agn^s  Deans Caniciou supported the bride  A nice -lunch was served by Mine  HoSjt.Conruy  In the com t this week befoie Judge.  Maitland Dougall  four  Indians  were  fined  lor being drunk     j.  The 0uncans debating p0ciety will  ri'old its regular meet hug on Thursday  evening next inji the Masonic, hall-The  subject for debate is: "RcsoH-ed that  it is advisable for the cities of this "  ���������pro. ince to adopt the principal owu-  (-rsh-ip of all public utilititu.-' Every  one is invited to-'attend.  Mr.     Clermont Livingstone visited  the Koksilay mines  this  week.  The Duncan, whist club held     their  second social at the Oddfellows'  hall  oii -Friday  evening,   Feb.   2nd.     The  list of invitations was the fary-st ever given by the Club, then--being over forty invited guests ������������������presemt, which  with the- members required    the use  of sixteen tables.   The prizewinners  were Mrs. -Ed: Lomas and Me. I-Iearne   -;.  |highest, and Miss Norcioss and   Mr. :'���������>  Allan J'ayne-lowest.    After - refresh-   _.-  ments the tallies were set aside and y  the  floor niad������ ready for dancing. ^  SThe Hon-Abraham Smith,   U.    S.  consul at J'-ictoria,  and Mr. John-T.  ..;���������  Savage,   of Rockford,  111.,  were  visi-  tors  in Duncan  oil' Tuesday and Wednesday last.   They visited  the stumping      machine,   also  the  Quamichan  ranch, potlatch and dance.  The Supreme Court, of Illinois says  that Johann Hoch must hang on  ihe 2.3rd for wife murder.  -o-  Seattle men are making an aggressive fight on fuel--.,  oil for steamship  use,  and are.calljngJ  ".on.'-.tlie"government, to pass restricting laws governing its use.  '.j^V'-i ,i'k i \J'Vii   J., .;';  s -s   ������������������.��������������� ���������-,.-��������� ������������������**���������-  ��������� itl-ii. i tr-tn-r-"' r ���������t".-"*"-'? i  THE DAILY LEDGER  Published   every  day except, Sunday.  BX  .-'^CHB-" "DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  10  cents  a  month;    $5 per year   in  advance.     Advertising rates on ap  plication.  SATURDAY, FEB.   10,  UQB  ���������best���������������..*������������������" ���������������������������  WAS    A LEARNED    PASTOR  . A congregation     in Conneticut 'had  lost their  pastor,   and   were desirous  of filling his    place.      But their last  minister    had been,     self-taught, and  the  anstocracy,   to-'wit, the deacons,  etc.,   stipulated  Uial   the  new  minister should have a classical education.  111 oni -r to'be     sure of their man,  the deacons agreed  to let   applicants  preach    a sermon on trial.     The lining was good, consemicntly trial sermons were the order of the day.  Hut  -,'s  the deacons said'they knew an educated man from a duffer,  so Uie liv-  -ing    remained     vacant.       At last a  ���������Welshman heard    of the vacancy,  but  he was less learned than the .one who  had left. Still,    he determined  to  >    '    ��������� ,' -All  The day .was arranged, the appointed minute arrived, and the candidate mounted into the pulpit He  got on well in his sermon, when he  suddenly remembered that he was ex  peoted to show \his learning.  "My friends," he said,' "I will now  (liiote you a passage jii Greek.':  With a solemn look he repeated a  verse inihis native tongue. The effect was marvellous; approving nods  and smiles were exchanged among  the dencons. Thus encouraged by  followed up his advantage In .saying: "Perhaps you would also im>*to  hear it in Latin?"  rlo then .repealed another passage  in Welsh. This wns e^-en more .successful than. In foi e. The preacher  c.i^.t his eye over the flock, and saw  th.-it he was regarded with looks of  increasing respect.  Unfortunately, there was also a  Welshman in , the cringre-gMtion; he  was silting at the back, almost chok  c������l in nis efforts to stifle his UuilI.  ter. The minister's eye fell iipmi  him, and look in the whole situation  at a glance. Preserving his countenance he continued' "I will aUo i'e  peat it m Hebrew.:'  He then ' sang out, in Aiis jbkoadest  Welsh: "My dear fellow, stop jautili-  in'ff, or tiiey will find it out.''  The oMmi understood, stilled bis  laughter, ' and afterward dined with  his successful countryman  DAILY LKDGKR  SDAVID SPENCER-������������������^   S,  -������������������~ (Nanaimo) Ltd.f  We arc P.eparln^ for our Annual  WHITEWEAR SALE  COBURN,  v.n    niroftor  0\er 'I.OnO Pieces of Ladies', Children*' ami Mis.se>' Underline*  fvoinu into this sale. Wc don't ex-pect to return a solitary  piece lo the loimer place on  the shelf.  We'\e made the prices such  that    we arc almost guarantiee  thjs.     Our low piiccs are going-to eclipse    anything ever'offered,  bciore in YWiitewpar.  ���������."iiilll J!!ii'Jai "J^rj   WM. MUNSIE, President J- vi'  \ 1 > laphone'-Ki.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co  Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDD1CK   AND   LADY SMITII-Shlngles  a   Speclalt7.  ���������Manufacturers    ol���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  .     Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned  and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring    and  Finishing     Limaex  la    Stock  Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Railway  LADIES' NIGHT DRESSES,   frotn   Eacb  25 CENTS.  LADIES' CORSET  COVER, from   Each in CENTS.  LADIES'  WIHTESKIKTS,  from   Ench 50 CENTS.  LADIES DRAWERS, from  Each 16 CENTS.  SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY  KNiNG, FEB. 10, AT 9 O'CLOCK;  P.case ivmem.1 er 'the immense       quantity���������The     sl������ck-  Di-ys<lale-S(c\eii<-(;n,    Ltd.,  and   DaA   id Spencer, Ltd., combined.  of  J/VlONEY TALKS/--  AS LOUD TC UK AS ANYONE.  IF YOW ARE PAYIN& CASH FOR-YOUR MEAT YOUR DOLLARS W  ILL GO FURTHBR IF YOU BUY PROM US   iQUr eash prices Cannot Be Beaten   PANNELL  PLASKET������  steam hkatkd  wk1.t, '���������1'brnisui'i* rooms  BAR SUPPLIED WITH    BES  WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ABBOTSFOP HOTEL  A. J. McMURTKIE, Proprietor  LADYSMITH, B. C  For Our flig Sale Cet One of  Our  Fashion  Sheets Frhlay.'  1  -u-  It tea curious fact thai wnen * Jnp������  oeee woman is dressed in the national cm  turao . her husband always, precedes hes  when entering o. room or in walking th������  ttreots and treats her as Japanese husbands generally treat their wives���������that.li,  like servants. But when the same womac  puts on European dress the conditions are  reversed.  Copying a scheme utilized by ourgrand  mothers, it is not uncommon to see th*  valances around iron and brass bedsteads  held in place by being shirred on to a  piece of thin la%. A wide hem is made  in the fabric and the lath inserted. Organdie hangings are better kept in plow  In thig way than with rings and hooks.  Half the sorrow .������������������" -���������' women would i>-  ���������verted if they couta repress tlw' o;rw i  Shey know to be.-tireless���������uay, tlie speec>,  ihey have resolvis-.l :_jt to utter^���������G'orai  3*our _two cupHcis of riot milk even  rwo cupfula of soft breadcrumbs. Add  a cupful of grated cheese and three  beaten eggs. Bake,as an,omelet (thl*  will make two), and when one side it  done set It in the oven until bro-sm.  A much longer time is required in tbo  cooking than for the ordinary omelet.  It should puff to., a thickness of at  least two inches and be of a uniform  golden brown.  Womii'a 'Work.  To woman it is given to add many  fold to the enjoyment which tho ivealtb  products of industry are able to secure. It is the present duty of the  economist to magnify the office of the  wealth expender. There is no economic function higher than that of determining how wealth shall > be used.  More: discriminating choice necessitates more discriminating production.  -Exchange.  For tbo Kltchea.  r ;:tle glass medicine cups, with tea-  ui-oouful, tablespoonful and wlncglass-  ful indicated in raised letters, are valuable to hare in the kitchen. The usual method of guessing at the right  quantity of salt, flavoring extract or  other cooking material is not to be recommended. Teaspoons are not made in  lay uniform size. Medicine glasses are.  The  IInine ������   Mlniona.  "Closely is such a stingy chump. He  goes around rattling the dollars in bis  pricket, but he never spends a cent."  "Yes, I have noticed that too. Do  you know why he reminds me of a  sensitive plant?"  "No; why?"  , "Why, he wilts, every tine you touch  ���������Jim."  '.The   Royal  "tVe."  There lias been a tendency of tut*  years on the pari of royal personages  to ���������discontinue tbo uko of we and substitute 1. Before the reign of Richard  1. "1" (E;-ioi was always used. Iticnard  being the first;sovereign In Europe *o  use the royal "we" (N'osi. Wunt gave  rise."to'the change Is n moot point,  liichard 1. was the first king to seal  with u seal of arms which bore two  lions, and It has been suggested that  the lions were typical of the royal "we"  aud occasioned its uae. ,  "������-le. 1   Questioned  Too Cloaelr.  Tesa���������You and Miss Sere don't seem  to be good frieiids. What's the mutter?  Jess���������Why, she remarked that fcho  ��������� ras twenty-four years old, aud���������  Toss���������And you doubted It?  Jess-Not at all. 1 merely said, "OI  course,,     but     wiieo?"  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms,  PORTLAND  ,    DAVID HYNES, proprietor.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked   ���������  This Hotel'has    been completely    Board aad lodging $1.00 per day.  ]j, renovated.  HOTEL    PRETORIH  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Rar Supplied   with   the  P-est   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmitb B.C.  Liquors and Cigars. ��������� --  A Sort of Acquaintance.  Mrs. Grimes���������Do you know Mrs.  Sykes? She lives in the same hotel as  you do.  Mrs. Joslyn���������No, I can't say that I  know her, but we are on pounding acquaintance with the Sykoses. They  make so much noise we have to lap on  the -lyall now and then to keep th������Mi  quiet.  .     Benevolent DacIlMts.  Jaures and Dcroulede, French duel-  ists, before leaving the locality where  they fought their bloodless duel, gave  money for the poor of the neighbpr-  ho'od. Deroulede also presented the  owner of the grounds wherein the duel  took place with a medal on which is a  portrait of himself.  |To Write a Story  of lire West  that would have the true  ring     to it,-the author would  of   necessity     require to live  .there for a time at least. He  must     study     thu character,  istics of the western peopie-  have to become ome   of tiieni,  living their daily lifu, sharing  their    joys      anil      sorrows.  Iiu would have    to mix  with  thenv socially  ^.nd in  a business way,     in      short    bs a  "Westerner"     Its a question |  of knowing local conditdons.  The    K'aine  reasoning   applies  to    the     "Leckie Boot'j   tor  Western  Winer, the Prospector and the Lumberman.  The makers of the " Leckie Hoot" are Westerners with  Western experience. They  know what to make and how  lo ma'r;e it. Its not so much  a question of price as of quality. Their sole aim is to  make a better boot for tho  same money���������and tlie "LECKIE BOOT'' is it.  MANUFACTURED BY.���������  LTD.  VANCOUVER. B. C.  '   The A/tec IiulianM.  The Aztec Indians of Mexico are  noted for their strength. An Aztee  porter has been seen to take a etisk of  claret weighing 400 pounds on his back  *nd carry it quite a distance.  Women lu  PitruKuUy.  Nearly all the younger women In  Paraguay wear white or light pink  dresses. Dark and black gowns are  worn only by the older ones. Face  powdering is still in vogue, and many  of the women  lo-;k  us  if  they  wore   Iae  pleasure  to recommend   it.  white masks. ______ Kiile by The'Ladysmith Pharmacy  ^V^������OOC<^  t  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also language*-, drawing in pencil and cr'*y-  ons, paiut ng in oils amd water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM,  Ladysmith.  B   U.  For high class *tatioiiury call at  Knight's Book Sterc.  There is no other modiciae iuanu-  (acturcd that has received "so much  jirai.se ��������� and so raaiy ftxprescioB* ol  gratitude as 'Chambecl.ain'fi Ceugh  Remedy.     It is effectiive, aad'<erbro.pt  relief follows its use. ,-fir-ratiful i������ar-  ehts everywhere do set hesitate to  testify to its merits for th* benefit  of others. It is a certain cure for  cro'.;> and win prevent the attack ������  piven at the first appeara*ic������ ���������{ the  disease. It is especially adapted to  children, as it is plsasaat to take  and contains nothing injurious. Mr.  E. A. Humphreys, a well known resident and clerk in the store ���������! Mr.  Locke, of Alice, Cake Colony, ^oulh  Africa, says: "I have used Chamber  tain's Cough Itemedy lo ward off  croup and colds iu uiy family. I  found if very satisfactory and it. gtives '  For  Best accommodation ;for transient  uid permanent boarders and lodgers.  K.JRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has^ been comrort-  a \\y furnished and the' bar is up-to-  d������te. Kates $1.00 a day and ������ip-  w\rds. ,   ,  WM. BEVERTDGB, Prop.  S>������lanad������  ������������������: -������������������: :���������: :���������' L*d^������Toith  THE JONES HOTEL  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������RatfB $1.25 and$1.50���������  Free bua to all steamboat landing! and  railway depots.    Electric cars every tfvY  minutes to all parts oi   the city.   B������>  and table.uuoxcolled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,      "  ABBOTT  ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, C:  - Time Table No. S7  TraiLS leave Ladysmith for Victoria and all intermediate stations at  9.M a-M. dailjTi '-'aBd at 4.00 p.m. on Wednesdays, Sat<-irda6'-s and Sun-  'days. ... i v- -  .   ,  ���������,    .   .  Trains leave' LadysMith for \Vellington and all intermediate stations  at 11.57 am.'daily, ������ad at 6.00 p.m. on Wedn-j-daj s, Saturdays and  Sundays. , ���������   -  ' - Excursion Tickets,  U    -    : "ON SALE" TO AND  FROM ALL STATIONS  good for going^journey "Saturdays  and Suudays, return.sig not later than  the following'Afoaday. lJj._i. 1 <  ���������Steamer Joan  -4-....,.  .Sails fr������m r,Ladysmith for Vancouver every Saturday at COO a.m. and  returning - sails. fr������m" Vancouver   for   Ladysmith at 2.30 p.m.  Cor. Port fend!   Government Streets.,  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist.   Frt. & Pass.  Agt.  ���������WHITE   COOK���������  ami  ���������WlLlTn   IiAIUHi���������  Kni5)l<7ye<l Only  (Hall Block from Depot.)  GAT ACHE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  -. ****!*&**''���������  il  fill FP  UniXli  M%1  M  Leads Them    A!!  IN QUALITY   ��������� ���������  -:o:-  R.P. RITHET,  & Co.,  L  Pacific Coast    Agency.  VICTORIA, :���������: :--:  :���������: .���������:���������:���������-B.C.  Under New Managment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  Jas. R. McKinhel  Proprietor.  Commercial Mens'  headquarters;���������'���������  Modern and     Strictly First  Cla������s:  Fire Proof    Buildiig.  TO PERNIE,  Re-td Down Read Up  fp.m.I.v.  Victoria   Arr.   4.00 p. in.  t.oo p. m. Lr.    Seattle     Arr. 9.00 a.m.  9.21 p. m, Arr.    Everett    Arr. 7.30 a.m  9.30 a. m. Arr.SPOKANE Arr 7.45, p.m  6.25 p.m Arr. JKexfbrd   Arr 1230 p.m.  8.10 p, ns. Ar, Kike Arr. 10:42 a. 111.  9.00 p.m. ,Arr.    Feruie; I.T-9-55a   in.  ONE NIGHT  To ga Kootenay Point!  TXi'Q; NIGHTS  To    Winnipeg a������d St. Paul  .     -Close Counections  .' .For   '.Chicago, .Toronto,  Montreal and  All Points East & West  ������������������j. ' ;���������       ~-  Acetyleiie     Lighted     Cars,  Famiiy'^Tpurist'-Sleepers,  Palace -Sleeping Cars  Dining '"''.���������Cars (Ideals a   la.  I-."  ..,Cari'e)..     -.  Library Observation     Cars  'ijhrough'   'tickets and bag-  -   gage checks'to an points.'  Steamship Tickets  For tickets, maps, berths  reservations _ and .complete  information     call on or ad-'  dress,    ���������_:  S. G. Yerkw E. R. Stephen  A.O.R.A.',, . G.A.G.N. Ry  Seattle; 7     1-Victoria. B.C..  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor. Gov&rnmsnt and Yates Sts.  VICTORIA, B. C  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  3  WANTED���������Uy Chicago wholesala  house, special representative Cotaa or  woman) for each province ia Caaada.  Salary $20 00 and expenses. paid.  weekly. Expense- money adva-ncod.  Business successful; posi.tioa perma-1-  nent. No investment 'required.' Previous experience not esseatial t������ cn-  RaSinE-. ,   . .;   ���������_....; j .,;  Address Manager, 132  Lake Street,.j  Chicago,  111., U.S.A.       '���������"��������� .  HBt  TH6ClTYMRRKeT  R0 V^illi^tmson Prop o  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B.C.  M. J HENRYS  NURSERIES,   GREENHOUSES AND SEED  HOUSES  < 1010 Westminster. Road,  r   Ji.C  Ifeadt||iart'>ers' for   PAUP.J ORiUWN QarJca.   l.IJ  mt>4 flower 5BEP5    -  jiix distribution:'.''"''       '���������'.'' ;  ' Large jstock;,   or Home  . -Gr.own^RUIT anil OR-  ������������������'J4-AiftH3jSiTAIi''i   TREES  now- matured for Spriig.  :   ������������������;.-: .'5i ���������    . ���������:������������������ : .'        -...:���������  " No expense, Joss or  delay of iuiiiigation or inspection^ :  : Let me price-vour list  '' -befbrd" p.lacing your ��������� order. Grepnhoiis'e Plants,  .'.Floral Packages, Fcrtili-  ,..zers, etc:    ;"-'X ������������������;��������� .���������;;���������;  ,3010 Westminster Road  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  3  ONE   IS THE  "NORTH   COAST   LIMITED."  The Electric Lighted  Train to tke  East  Tickets on sale to ail Eastern   and  Southern points at lowest rates. '  Up-to-date     Pullman   and.    Tourist  sleepers     on ail   trains.   Dicing-  Cat  service Unsurpassed.  Steamship Tickets on sale to and  from all Eutopsan Poiots. Cabin accommodation reserved by wire.  For     furthsr  write tlie olfice.  A.  D.  Charlton  A.G.P.A,   N.P.,  Portland, Ore.  particulars    call 01  Phone Maid -i3(i.  E.  E.   Uiacktt ood  General Agent  Victoria, B.G  Are You  Going* East  Then be iure your tickets reatf   ria  tbt  The only line now. making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL.  and MINNEAPOLIS, with the  through trains from the Pacini  Coast. .'-.'",���������. ������������������'' ''-;  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, TH3  FINEST TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST"  RATES,  THE FASTEST: TIME. : ..;'  ;'���������,;/.:' ; BETWEEN;.   >--r  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.. TAUL.^QUh  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS C'JTY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER.  General  Ageci, .  PAINTING,        PAPERHANaiNQ  ���������      CTC.  Work done properly and at    rljrh������  prices.     A  fun line of Wall    Paper. 1720 2nd Ave., Seattle.  and Painter's  Supplies   Residence  on  Robarta Street  J. B. SMITH. Pro-  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     .{  SON'5  DEE  PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH       . C.  KEY-  Ihe Cream of Scotch Whiskies-  m GO,  Sole .Asents for 13.   C.  I  I  9  | DUNCANS STATION,  *       Vancouver Island, B. C.  HEAD OFFISE  1  ��������� ���������    ,-  GLERMONT LIVINGSTON \  General Manager. J  ���������Jrrzrssnss  ���������j.-^. ���������-.TjJg=������rxa  if you like���������'   ,       ^  A  smooth, .easy shave,  an even,  well-fluisfied     beard trim, a good  bath, ������r a stylish Hair-cut.  Vou will i������ to  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PAJRlu-RS  HldH STREET.  .. ..Dea ers in  Pianos and  LADYSMITH BAKERY  ��������� ��������� ,���������- .-..', ''y.'   ,���������-���������������������������  HOP LEE * CO.  ON THE ^ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATL1  BAKED AND FRESH.  Cpafectiraary of all kinda.  Order* takaa\ lor ��������� Paatfias to be delivered at anytime.      ' ;  ^Employment Agency  Cor, 5th. Avenue & Baden Powell Street .  Open night and Day. A good mea! at any hour  Meals 35c. and Upward  Organs ..  Ladysn.ith, B.C  Dr. Dicr can he found at- any time  at his.ollicc on GataCre :-'t. .His dental work is gv.ar-antced te he first-  class and rates reasonable at.  .Manufacturers of the Famous  CUBAN ijBLOSSOn  None bu   Union Labor    Employed  OvJ, BOOTH, Prop  HILBERT DAILY LEDGER  Union  Brewing Co  NANAIMO    B. C.  '/- '  /Manufacturers of the  Lager Sicer  In   British Columbia  iui Porter*    Guaranteed  Brew  NOTES OF  INTEREST  The Japanese government today  'controls many of the important monopolies. A large percentage of the  railio.ids, (he telegraph and telephone lines, the salt-works, the tobacco monopoly and the catnphor  production aie directly under control  of th"c government.  ?     dfrom the Best Ounadian  Malt   Run   Hops    I  ���������j*    e      "*- ' <  1 L*C 'SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  i  !  t  PIANOS,      ORUANS     ANDHOUSEHOLD     v urtNTTLR'  UK  PROMPTLY   A   Nl������  S A.PRI.Y.   MOV-  Siables in the ii-ai ul the Lad ysmitli hotel.      Leave-'orders at   the  Abbots f'iril.  A. J. VWASKLT, PROP  t-jit i- *���������-J-'������������������>���������,* ���������  Mines' Drilling lactones,  Made to order and Itepaiied at slioi i    notice.    Drill  Sharpened   by  m  ways  given,satisfaction    Picks  ShiipfemLitlimji  LAW SON  -    -      -   Lady������mith, h ^  * .t  ������! I- #"?* ���������  ii ,r%   ' iranches  {.ilacksmitns.  JR.  Bulled ^H*"ee������  >.*���������*���������*���������*���������'*���������* ���������������������������������  *      LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  jji EXPRESS WORK   A  SPECIALTY.  JOHNSON  LAOYSVilT  ���������-  JPHONE 66  *  *  *���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*������������������.-  ������*,���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������  Express  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Birk far 3 its  Sl-:R J.   KEMP.  OR  LEAVE  - W. CARTER*-  PHONE  ORDEKS   WITH  FIRST  AVENUE  W. S1LER.  GENERAL LXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WvORK PROMPTLY Ddv'-:  Leave orders at the Abhotsford.  6-0  ORDER   OF  ���������UNITED. ANCIENT  DRUIDS  Meets   in the  1'  O   O  .F. Hall,  La-  Weiiington  Grove  No-  4  U.  A.  &. ������'  dvsmith,    the   Second   and     Fourth  Wednesdays of each month, commencing Wednehday,  13th.,  1905.  Visiting Drtuds     are invited  to attend.  By Order.  ATM. RAFTER, Reef Secty.  VATRICK HURK.'N. A.  BOOTS and SHOES  AT RIGHT PRICES  Repairing and Making   i  Order'a Specialty  THOHAS     MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   l.ndyfui!tb, B.  C.  A Viennese, whose larynx was cut  out for cancer, has invented a speaking apparatus made of a rubber pil'c  fitted with artificial vocal cords,  which he inserts in his- throat when  he wishes to jspcak. He spoke before the Vianese Medical society at  its last meeting,. The voice is a high  falsetto, .but whut he said was easily   understood  Herbert 0 lads (one is fond o[ niii-  sjc, and is nevei so happy as when  In? is:enpnged is" madrigal singing.  Not many vocalists can play as be  plays the piano,  organ and cello.  In emulation of Benjamin Franklin  JU.'iyor Fil'/geiald has donated one  thousand dollars to form a fund that  is to accumulate interest for one bun  died years, to be then expended for  purposes' which will, in the'opinion  of the rjirtiiagcrs composing the board  at Mint > time, best serve the inter-  es(s of humanity.  ThoimSiR Shaw, Ihe new lord advocate of London is >\, self-made man  The son of a baker, he earned his  "living as a lawyer's clerk while attending the. university. His industry  was tremendous, and the soundness  of bis scholarship may be judged  from Uie fact that he contributed  the article on Tally rami lo the En-  rlycopedia Biitannica. lie is.a,notable Ayr fisher.  Any  Kind  of  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  At  THE  LEDGER  Office  1st Avenue  .REWARD will  be P'liil lo iiny  prrscm who > -proves thai  Sunlight So'ip contains i.ny  itlim i������������ws i*ht*mii*.tli or any  form oi'adulteration.  unlight  is better than other soaps,  but is best when used in  the Sunlight way.  Sunlight Soap contains  no injurious chemicals.  Sunlight Soap is pure  soap, scientifically made.  Every step in its manufacture is watched by an  expert chemist.  Sunlight Soap saves  labor, and the wear of  rubbing which common  soaps require in washing  fabrics.  Your money   refunded by  the dealer from whom you buy  Sunlight Soap if you find any cause  for complaint.  r  Lever Brothers Limited. Toronto  THE IRISH  PEASANT  The e-pecial characteristic of the  11Is.Ii peasants, accouhng to Kiank  Mathew in "Ireland," is an old iasii-  ioiicd courtesy. They are all sure, tie  Jasseits, that they are descended fvom  chiefs and'their manners aie- niledac-  '���������ordinyly.  Take shelter in  a  hut in the  mountains, and you     will be greeted   ;ib if  its inmates  hud been  longing lo     see  you   This   will not  be due  to the fact  lint      you seem   prosperous;   indeed,  vou   would   be even   more   graciously  leecived if you  were in rags.  Nor is  then   courtesy   only   exhibited    when  lhey aic hosts.   Once  when  1 was ex-  ploiing  the liurren   of Clare  a ragged  old  woman sou ted  b\ the vvay.side accosted   my eqjually   ragged   diivcr.  "Rvcuse ine,  sir,'' she said, "but. did  you-'happen to meet a loaf on the  road?" '"Deed then, ma'am," said he  bowing respectfully, "and J/m sorry  I did not." "Who was MieV" I asked  him when we.had driven out of hearing.. "'Deed then, uint 1 don't, know"  said he. '"Tis some poor soul that  has lost her loaf arid will be goin' ln  l<d   hungry   tonight."  On miotiier occasion an  a������eil  man,  clad  in  l.ii(;c breeches and   a swallowtail      coat,  .'addressed  me  as  1 was  climbing a path in Connemara. "1 am  Uiinkin', sir," said he, "that you are  Air.   John Blake."   "Well,  sir."  said  I,  "you art thinking wrong."  "Well,  sii,"  he answered  solemnly,   "says  1  lo myself as I saw  you come up the  side,  thai   is Mr.  John  Blake,  and  if  'tis not,  says  f to myself,   'lis a fine  upstliandin young man he is, whoever  he is."    Now I am  convinced  that he  knew  I   was a sti .linger, but'was not  1 hat. a charming wnv  to siigeo-<t that  T should  sit beside him  o" Ihe       low  ferny  wall  and  discuss  the  ways   of  the  world.  Alliterative  Slang?.  Yes," said the student, of slang.-fn ���������  ! modern educational institution, "I yot  It in the rieck all right."  "Tut.  lut!''  exclaimed the professor , impossible to  get lid of largo stones  of billingsgate who luul ovorheard bis | in   this   country,  anB  hardt-r  still   to  NOTES  Mohammed Ben Tenia, a young  Moorish grandee, has gone mad from  unavailing elTortsto keep three wives  together in peace and seclusion in a  flat in Paris. Mohammed goes to  an ,asylum andhis wives go nack to  Tangier.  ���������������������������  ,���������������������������   ���������������������������  "Kamala" is the vemacuiai name  of the red dye produced from the'  glands of the maluic fiml of a tree  named mnlotus lMnlliPensis. The  tiee is also called Ihe "monkey-face  tree,'' because monkeys paint their  faces red by rubbing them with the  fruit.  . o   Disposing of stolen jewels is a  difficult undertaking, particularly 'it  the .jewels are of great value, says  the!    New York  Sun.    It  is  almost  remark. "I am astonished that an advanced student such as you would lie  eo careless in his choice of terms for  expressing'such a splendid idea. You  should have said, 'I've got it where  Gertie got the goiter,' or employed  nine other strong alliterative term/'  No Trouble About I*rnyer������,  ���������������������������Mother," cried six-year-old Frank  eagerly, "I want Jack here'to. stay all  night so we cau get our sleds cut  eorly:"  "No, Frank. Nurse wouldn't stay if  she had the trouble of taking care of  another boy," replied the parent.  "I don't see what trouble Jack would  be," grumbled Frank. "IJ". washes and  dresses himself, and he doesn't eay 1:1/  prayers."  Komenyi Atn No .llent.  Rcmeriyi was a vegetarian. JEo bcllerwS  that be miybb llvuto.bo a century old if  ho'avoided the use of meat. His favoi-it*  dielics vvoi'o liiiiburgei* chueso, pumpernickel and bard c.i-aidcui-s. Apolliiuuii  was his only drink for years. Ma.iy a  timo after concert hours luivo 1 ou'in-oi  thiz bill of faro for him und lisi^iiud to  him say for tho thousandth time:  "My clear, man is bloody by nature, refined by education. Meat debases. Could  I fiddle as 1 do if 1 devoured liue-f liko a  lica.st-1 lnipos.-.ible. My body needs hide  to keep it strong, hut my mind must; have  evely attention.    J.i.stijii."  Then ho would catch uu Ills flddlo cuso,  bring forth tho iiKstriimcut, llourish the  bow over his head, lis his twinkling oyuti  on mo and play. What? I ruroly know.  Usually something of his own���������a fantasy  of rago, tho eai-tl������nnike; tlio siu-f in u  Btorm, the plaint of u woman's volco, calling of mocking birds���������all ending inn High.  "Sec," ho would exclaim, "olio kuepa  ���������way from meat when ho can do that."  Itcmonyl   atteiidod   Ibo   congresses   oi  vegetarians, followed Ihoir teachings ivnd  died, as wo of every school of  diet must,  when  the  cord   simps.���������-Chicago Times  Herald.  dispose of them m luigland and in  France if they are stolen. The only  way to do it, with safety, is to cut  the stone up, and when a large stone  is  cut  it decreases greatly   in  value  Diamond'dealers all over   the world  are on  the lookout now for the large  pear-shaped  diamond   that   was  stolen    from the      Tiffany   work  rooms  some     time    ago.   Even   reputable  dealer      vvouid   ref. use     so    buy   the  it.   That, is why . it  is hard  to    dispose of  stolen  diamonds of  any    account,   for  when  one  is  stolen  evt-ry  dealer    throughout   the.   world  hears  of it and has  such a g-ood dcsciiptmn  of the missing stone that ho       can  hardly   fail   to  identify   it.  The ordinary stolen jewels find  their way to pawnshops and fences.  There arc jewelers in New York  who have the reputation of being  fences, but none of them do business  ness direct with  the  thief.  When a large  stone  is  stolen  oi     in Kngl.ind  or     France  the   lust  place      the.  searchers   look   for   it to  I urn up is  in Amsterdam,  which      is  the centre of the diamond-cut.tine;   industry.       If it doesn't  appear  there  within  a reasonable  time  its  owners  can   bid   good-bye   lv> it,   for   it   will  piobably  he disposed  of  without   tin  ub!'.!   in     the   Orient,   India,   l'crsia,  and   Turkey   arc   the   three  count rie  where large     diamonds     can  lie sold  without  cutting   them   up.  Once  I hey  are  taken   into one      of  these countries   they  are hidden  just  her.������  las jf they were put back Into the  ground. Diamond dealers say that  the greater number of important jew  els that have been stolen have found  their way to these countries. 'he  Indian princes will buy and ask .\o  yucslions.  Diamond dealeis and police ail  over the civilized world have long  realized that as soon as a precious  stone finds its way to the Orient it  .s lost until its buyer dies and his  property is divided among his wives  oi   his  relatives.  The large precious stones generally  find  their way into the crowns      of  royalty.    The   OrlolT,   which   weighs  19-1',1  karats,  is m the Russian crown  jewels.   That stone formed one'of the  eyes of an idol  m the  Brahman temple on  the     Island of Skirangam  in  ilia Kaveri  River,  near Trichinopoli.  The story has   it that it  was stolen  from    theie early  in  Ihe  eighteenth  century by a French soldier.     From  him  it found  its  way- inlo   the hands  of  an Knglish  ship  captain   and     so  got  into Europe.  It   tinned   up   m   Amsterdam       in  J7!)l   and     for a time  it  was  called  the Amsterdam diamond.   It got its  name     of OrlolT,.when Prince OrloR  bought it for   1,100,000 Dutch florins  and piesented it to the Empress Ca-  tlierine     if.   of  Russia.    This  jewel  forms  the head  of the imperial scepter.      "  Three other  famous  jewels  in the  possession of the Russian crown   are  the  Shah, the Moon  of the     Mountains,  and  the Polar  Star���������the first  of o'S     karats,  the \second- of      J20  karals   and  the third  of  iu  kaiats.  The  Shah  is   an engraved  diamond,  one of the very    few large engraved  diamonds in existence.    AH are.perfect  blue white stones.  Catharine II.  bought    the Moon of  the Mountains  for -150,000 roubles, an annuity of 4,-  000  rubles, arid letters of royalty.  These are not by  any  means    the  la/'gest    known    stones in existence,  but they are among the  most valuL  able. because of their purity.    .Some  of the Jargest diamonds on reoord arc1,  Brazilian    stones, but.doubt always  has been   cast on their'genuineness.  The Braganza is .a Brazilian stone as  big   as alien's  egg  and weighing 1-  GSO karats.   It is preserved in     the  Portuguese crown  jewels,   but   therci  has  always    ,.een a doubt as  to its  genuineness.   If���������t is genuine, diamond  experts say,  it is worth $221,000,000  Another large stone on which there  has  been a nood .deal  of speculation'  as to its genuineness is owned by the  Rajah o������ Mattang, Borneo. It weighs  3C7 karats.  brilliant if it was offered for sale in  the shape it vvas stolen.   That  theie  are diamond dealers  who  are not reputable goes  without  saying,   but if  they bought     this stone they  would  buy  it with the  idea of cutting it.    i  Large, diamonds  are  not  so numerous   that  they cannot   be kept  tvack  of      When   a large   diamond   '.B   found  it sooner or later finds  its way     to  the greatest diamond market  in the  world,   ..which   is  London.    Persons  thioiigli     whose hands a laige ..stone  |)..sm.-s are careful to note its   good  points    as     well as its  defects, if it  has   any.  Kveiy diamond over' ten karats is  loiiiideied a large one and worthy  of particular note. Even" dealer who  handles' such a stone can give a  minute description, of it. The purer  the stone the more attention it attracts from the persons, who handle  it.  The  last horse  omnibus  has  disappear ed  hum   the streets  of JherTu.a,  Kngland.   o  I  Casini'i     S'ciier,   who   icsigned  EARN CASH  In Your Leisure Time  If you could start'at once in a business which would add a good round  bum to your present earning-*���������WITH-  O UT    INVESTING    A   DOLLAR���������WOUldn 't  you do. it?  Well, we are willing to ���������tart you in  a profitable business and we don't ask  you to put up any kind of a*doUar���������  Our proposition is this: We will  ���������hip you the Chatham Incubator and  Brooder, freight prepaid, and  You  Pay  No  Gash  Until  After 1906 Harvest.  Poultry raising- pays".  People who tell you that there is no  money in raising- chicks may have tried  to make money in the business, by.using  setting- bens as hatchers, and they  might as well have tried to locate a  gold mine in the cabbage patch. The  business of a hen is���������to lay eggs. As  a batcher and brooder sihe is outclassed. That's the business of the  Chatham Incubator and Brooder, and  they do It perfectly and successfully.  " The poultry business, properly conducted, pays far better than any other  business for the amount of time and  money  invested.  Thousands of poultry-raisers���������men  and women all over Canada and the  United States���������have proved to their  satisfaction that it is profitable to raisa  chicks with the  No. 2���������120 Eggs  No. 8���������240 Egg������  CHATHAM INCUBATOR  AND BROODER.  "Yours is the first Incubatorl have  -used, and I wish to state I had 52  chicks out of Si etfgs. This was my  flrst lot; truly a 1U0 per cont. hatch,  lain well pleased with my incubator  and brooder.' Thos. McNaughton,  Chillhvack, B.C."  "My first hatch came.off. I cot  170 flno chick3 from 190 eggs. Who  can beat that for tho first trial,'and  eo early in itho 6priiiE. I am well  pleased with incubator, and if I  could not pet another money could  not buy itrtrom mo. Every Jarnier ���������  should hare a No. 3 Chatham. Incubator. ���������F. W. .Kamsav, Dunnville,  ,     Ont."  "The .incubator you furnished m������  works excceding-ly well. It is easily  operated, und only needs about 10  minutes attention every day. R.  McGcffik, 2Uoose Jaw. .Assa."  The Chatham Incubator and Brooder  is honestly constructed. There is-no  humbug about it. Every inch of material  is thoroughly tested, the machine is  built on right principles, the insulation  is perfect, thermometer, reliable, and  the workmanship the best.  The Chatham Incubator and Brooder  is simple as well as scientific in construction���������a woman or girl can operate  the machine in their leisure moments.  You pay us no cash until after 1906'  harvest.  Send us your name aud address on  a post card to-day.  We can supply you quiclcly, from oui  distributing- warehouses at Calijary, Brandon, Kegina, Winnipeg; New Westminster.  B.C..Montreal,Halifax.Chathinu. Address  all correspondence to Chatham.     ��������� - ; 314  tt^Manson Campbell Co., Limited  Depl.15 ACHATHAM, CANADA  Factories at Chatham, Ont., and Detroit.  Let us quote you prices  on a good Fanning Mill  or good Farm Scale.  gy and     devotion,1 and almost exclusively     to the    work of benevolence,/  and tlie    gold    medal bestowed upon  him is a    tribute earned by years ol  work and example.   o   "Say, Bob,"  said the small girl to'  the small boy, "what are relations?-''  "Relations,"   was  the answei,  "are ,  folks that keep mother working     so   ;  ._ [ hard  for fear  they'll  come around oa  a-tour of inspection  and say she isn't-  a good  housekeeper."   0 ���������   The     venerable    Karl of Leicester,  who first tooh his  seat in the House  Since hi-,  withdrawal   from! of Lords during  the ministry of Sic  into      prhale  ln'e,   Casinnr j Robert  T'ecl,   has  entered his      84th  I'eiier  Ims devoted  himself  with  ener' year.  French presidency, has just received  a. rare.-' decoration, the gold medal  of the. Assistance. Public, which is  vastly more rare than the Legion of  Honor has become in these latter  limes,  poli I ics  29������������f.-.  NOTICE  Faith  A  Jamaican  Lady   Speaks  Highly  of  Chamberlain's  Cough  Remedy.  Mrs.  Michael  Hart,  wife of  the superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston,  .Jamaica,  West Indies Islands,  Says   that she has  for some years used  Chamberlain's  Cough  Remedy  for  coughs,      croup and   -\ '.looping cough  and has found  it very beneficial.   She  has     implicit      confidence  in it  and  would not.  be without   a bottle  of it  in      her  home.    Sold  by  Ladysmith  I I'harinacy. ^   Ladysmith Temple No.  5  Rathbone  Sisters meets at the Oddfellows' hall  2ud   and   4th   Tuesday   at   7.30   p.m.  Mrs.   Kate Tate secretary.   Rubbers, rubbers, rubers,  wsiser & Co's., Ltd.  t  it Simon  Sunlight Soap is hotter than other Boaps,  but is best when used in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Soap and follow directions.  OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE  III GENTS' Fines  Mens' Clothing, Boys' aud Youths'  Mens' White Dress Shirts, Benin, S.u  ems Negligee Shirt.;; in Fancy Pat  terns, Liu.cn aud Celluloid Collars,  Suffs. Neckties, and Suspenders in  large varieties.' In Yotuths' Hoys' and  Mens', silk a������d Japanese Inidai  HaudkBffhiefs, also in Ladies' fancy-  si He and limeu. 13oots aud Shoes ie  all  Sizes.  Don't lorget the place, on High St  Next to Hardware Store.  John J. THOMAS.  You cannot be expected to have faith in  Shiloh's Consumption Cure, the Lung  Tonic, as a cure for Colds, Coughs and all  diseases of the air passages, if you have  not tn'ed it. Wc have faith in it, and we  guarantee it. If it doesn't cure you it costs  you nothing. If it does it costs you 25c.  That's fair. Try it to-day.  Shiloh. has cured many thousands of the  most obstinate cases, and wc do not hesitate  to say that it will cure any Cold, Cough,  Throat or Lung trouble. If we did not  believe this we would not guarantee it.  Shiloh has had an unbroken record of  success for thirty years. It has stood  every possible test without failure.   Further  WORKS  on  Roberts   Street and  and the 25th of each month.  is found in the many testimonials of those  who have tried Shiloh and been cured.  Mis. Archie Taylor, Asaph, Pa., writes:���������  "Ibougiil a botllc of Shiloh's Consumption Cme  and found it vrry beneficial. I have two children,  and they had a terrible cough. ] gave them  every thine ! could think of, but they got no belter,  until one evening my huphnnd I Knight a bottle of  Shiloh. We gave it to the children when they  went lo bed, nnd they dent all night, ii cured  them completely. I shall always keep it in the  bouse." 603  25c. with guarantee -wherever medicine J$ sold.  LADYSMITH   WATER  Consumers are requested to call at    the ofii������e  ay  Water     Rates, between the 1.0th  Office Hours I P. M. 4.30  ;;"���������. "T, J BLAND  ' ��������� SUPERINTENDENT.  Public Notice  Attention Is called to the   fact that the  Ogilvie   Flour FliHs Co ,   Limited  makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR, hare for some tim������  past been producing flour In a Tastly improved and puriflerl form  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control  of   all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of a dvising  the  public  that any  orized users of the electrical   flour purifying processes  will be prosecuted. ���������'"]  Ogilvie Flotir Mills Company Ij'm  are the  i * L c  only    millers in Catrnda otIi-jso  ill'        all jl-^i-3   p .' ������333J  Flour WlE-
T&��/ J5A-iLtv- LS'BGHH
3 ':Mtss2S��3^^sb^^
���;:, ^^::^ :?o��^oQ_: will; bt^at-.' the Ab-
: ;1^��Td, %>fel' eyety.,; Saturday after,
^^f!:^^:^sm^m (V0caJ Cut
^"^^^^^nS^an^ne^ and coii.-
:-f��^'^ ba:?a.|ih'; tone production] !^m:
���':';.- $?"#?��� Mi&&.- ':;Eor'';paxticirlars '^p-
Pjy; Box^^.o'rr-Phono^e, NanaimoV
������:)?:;;Snnoke'JL^^ '-V;;j;,
;;; vWANTED^at once)-pj.p'to.-o'ff t-
���; dysmit'Ii;,at Knight's 'Book jS'tpi^,,   . :
^Prescriptions - fil led ��� promptly '��� at' tli e.
'-dysniitli^PharmaCy. ^"'"' : '~'; '".' "''"
n p. pirn..
kI;- mm*
'���''���'.'��� The  School .Tr us tees, wjll r meet., at
Mr.ill.  Stewart's.-office -this evening-.
��� ..Judge..-Harrison passed, through o
the .morning train 'to Victoria', v.:
\?h*7 T-<'i;��J Bisliop of "Columbia , wjU
;lipid confirmation in tlie' Olm ..;,;'of
.���'.England in a few- weeks, and classes
are now being held by the Rector.'    '
���' The Watson Stock'-' Company; plays
at the local Opera; House 'on Monday
or'Tuesday after7 pavdav;'- -Feih'r 20th ���
and 21si.
r- payday^/FebV^Oth,1
":.��.. i^'^ci-s
>f-"   ,,A01!/l^,nni.5..;Iipw : ..to.
���Mora.' iiv.a.lities- have, their "origin, in
o^'r^id'!;..' froiii'^'-eiilil.v'jtiiaii 'from  any
'limm&uC'm.y. if}
^flii nil *v
���"c'Mer^TliiS. fact  alone should.
".',- P| ir.^i.e  people  inore.Gari!iul   as " there'
���,'., |_{. is ,:o ��� danger-..whatever--'from, a,cold
v- jgj 'when |t i.s,.'pr��pjerly;-;tf;cated-.cin''..the.'be-'
'- r"fe' Pi'li^ing- . I^&^auy/ycars vGliaKihi.T--'
s plain's ;Oo:;gh./ Remedy, has ..been    rec-
-_^,;jo;r;uzc!l .as;ih'e'''rripst 'prompt' arid:;'ef-"
.    �����: ifpct'ual. ;me:]ieme"' in'usc  for- this dis-*-
15^' ���     ' ��� '    '       '        -; '   ���   , i     ���  '      - ,
���pi ease..' ������������Tracts' ���Voiy-'na'tiiro s plan, loos-
^.....M'.eiis i.th'e/epughii-'rjij'ljevcs-.thooiuii'gs.-'^op--
��� -:: fej!'C3^ .tl1C!,.??c,r9.V'ons���; ah.4: aids. nature in
���   |i'��� ics'tpring "' the systiem;    to ��� a healthy
tej! coiulii-ion.     Sold  byr the Ladysmitli
11 ,/
���in mi in f ii' in   i     ;     i
>���"���  ���-��' **���"**<�����%"��-;�� ...-.'.'���;.'. - ,.
?: \ ���: ,,,.Piio(r :��� to r,Q|>!^jm5; QM^Qiir Spring Stocte;
* >^L: v'C3 :
in Our store at Bai^ainPncS
"������ R
'Mortgage '-'Sale
Mr.' Alex.. Hoggan  wciit up. to -Na
naiiiio. at. iioon.   , ���  /
i-cimnierc' fe.'turucd  from';    j)oir
Vancouver.'oii;the .Juan laste<voiimij;.   t rr~ ()f��� ,ic,^'   ��ji10'.iu]','if .11;'
All, own-
���"������������' '    ...���   ;   ~    ~- -'   '���'���,! already "done so;  pav ilieir te3.r's'��i:
Mr.  G. M.;'(Irant,  solicitor (>�� ..Vie-; c-eiice, for all do-as s
toria, is visiting ,in this city,
tags'"   are   ' liable "1 ci' faj 1 'pfeV 'to' the
poiui'd: eri'ei-.J'.'���
Riiilcsv-psviH1 Co
..Ladysmitlr. )"..so'.r.e.
i-. lion:
���><��� ���:'ii.:.;.i, -
���y.lii <:ti-
l .������';���"'" '���'"��� "���"-  ': ���-'���.���^-������""""���:.��������� I    M,:s. ,.J,. ^Vadlass, was-among;, tlipse
| r-''-S'./���.::"''���.;   ��� .;���'      '    > i;-   K\Lo..journeyed; to Nanaiino at.-upon.     The
; T!-e  Well Knoi^ir-Hotel LadysmithJ,t0<lay/ -       ���  '   '.':. r;:        '.:.--">-.;-:'������.,   ��� ������:-.������   visited,
thoroughly  finished,   also   bar. and J.';' :': ;     '';��� ��� .���:,, V���^���'���:; ���'.;-v;...;::-. .   ^ f,moritlis.:ugo;:;.,arc:'!)!a.v.ingj Ko'oteiiay,;
IixUifes for,  sale; or rent;;^For fvirT      \;evt 'Wednesday; ', .e.veni-ivg,;;Fcb. 21, j��lit4ng;bi.lJ6'i;a^:-;Rossl^^^^^ ,_.;
thei particulars'^a-ppiy 'tojAnnie St^fthe ; 'Eagles', .' 'I3aii coaiies' p'rf:;atthe;| -:l.j< ::h:'H- -������' :'::....;.-r ������ '���.���%_3!l '.;}���.���'*: ^:
��leiis, at tlie-^Stevens^;,Bloc.k> Ltidy-I o;;cra:.Hoiise. .;.��� Invitation's are now.j Mss^ficf (ram - '."desires' to / 'ealV-thc'
*-piith,  B. C. ;;";.,���,;., ������ ryL l^G^X-[j'l out to the; affair and :it   will; iiiidoul.t.-:atteiit-icn' ; of '^Hb'!'puibHq"lb the'^aot
,v,''1h'2ir rear's*,-   S3 -j-: '��������������      V     -  ���      .���..t-'*"'        N
iDortiiigviist-vear: | 1-nJiact evei:^tiiiil'& i
IIthat  you-need^-tel
1 Jnnei; ana  by ��� yirtiie of the' -powers
H j.O':h;l;;>n('d:in J:   .v a' certain/::Mortgage.
!l i '���viiii;!'.. ;.w i 11  1)��    lirpdnc&tl. at ���the; itithe'.
*|! >���;'{,"'��.'. lil.'ijiit-lir,.; ahctioii .on'^Faturhay.
tg |������Im:!,';.'.?!(H, /, J?0��,;;-.;'at^the Jiour?_.qf 10
li'cii oi; in \tiic .fnrcnocn, ;at,>thc. Law-.
Oilice ol'M". Jt^.Situpson,jn;.;;the city
:pf... ; L.a'[|ysmi,t|i-,, 11., \ Q.Kby '^'G.i R..
:Thb;:irjSv_ ihe' foil owing' property^ Lot
iini;,'r(!)') ; , tloclv'nihetyrscvijfi,-''^??^
ainl;   b'.lildings   ' tlicreon, 's tu'atod'-'bnv
Biidea" T?or.-ell '���: street, in' the '-City ,bf'
Ladysmith;���'���''''-'' -/'-"�����  ������-' ^���K'-^k-'
Terms' of payment can*be -arranged
: i-t.!' "the Mortgagor or his'; Solici.t'or;
'i'V-ii-'- farthr-r- partieulars^ and- cpndi-:
' i-inr,;;-of;'sale'. ap*;lv' .to-': ''���'">��� ''���> ��� l:,;w^;-i;-
/-���'/I :,->;���. :^BSEU, 'SiaiP'S.ON;^'-
- /���i:.'Srtlicitor?furV.t;fe.;Mcrtgage3:;;'';];o;
^'^ieii^at Latlysfnith  this'-;29thV,day,
���ifi.iiuiiiiaryi"���A'-.:."b:i:T9.06,.-,:;:.-> :.' Er;
���7, r.
Miniature" Book" of rB;' C~���" Views at
Knight's Book"Stoi:e. v":";"!; /i:.; .';������'���
��� ���^���.....���v^,.;.;;::.:;;
Haviug talceii oyer the'
husiriess of T; ;��� McEwaii;
we ask fora;.Cpnti;nua;iice'j;
of the Patronage extend?
eu to hini  and;by- Strict
Attention'' ��� to' ""Biisiiie'Ss
j hope to   keep, befpr^.^thfi .
! Public a:;:;',First.^!ass
Stock of the  Best -Ivine^-
i in v; "r ;"'.'.".'.""���1::'-'
edly:  ?ve'
tlie' grandest-' event "of the |t��at .she; lias'beeh'va faitliful'eajid; may
wiili'T'iViniess "claim't'o he'a.colnpc-
tent," .-r "ii'i'str'uctor" in '.'m'usic'"'dr"?oth'e.f.
branches 'for, cliildren,;;,; She;" lias'? been
for''EOiYie"years a '''-resident of Ladysmith, '������through bad as well as'-lifctter-'
ti in es, and ������-res-pectiui Ly*--Pel[jjues ts; the
c'oht in liance. of "a""fair patronage for.
lier.-j'schoo'J. and.muEiic;1c.]ass.|v;.v:.-<i~;,./ ;
������".Mr:.'' Raijili "Smith," .jr.;. Who was
down for.;a' violin solo at last evening's.' entertainment',-1 was unfortunate'
ly,"iiliable to get aw.ay_'-;froiii Nanaiino, so 'the- audience was, disappoint--
'';':.;;; ;fok;'sale-"-;;';.-:;���;;,;���;.
fOR ;SALE-^Stocli 'and ;I^iriCures ; of'-;
f. JT. '^Talt.'s ,'Caiuly' and'.';:T'0bn:cca'
���tore on '���'tlie-'Kspiaiia.cl'e.-.-. for 5 225 ctv5;h
__���.-,'...     . :. i    ,;;:.��  .'-'��� ���  r.'"-.-v|.l     ���:..:i:;^  ... :..
Apply- p��. premises.    ���   ;..;;':���-,_ ;_.,--V.;..-.;__.
y;^!)YSM1TH.'TEMPLE-;KO';'5:_ ��'
i;spccial. meeting, of .the. _Hathl.bhe
Sisters' .Team- "is -called;:tor, ;MoUilay.
aftenibpn".: at, ,1.3.0 in-;the: Lpdge room'.
Iin.i':p'r.tant.',' business
��� iCilt;'
i tzmmssgsm&zmzizgmmg^ma--
i' (hvltVg,io';: 111 ��� hcaltUJ-'l
liftvc beou^'o-mp-elled to
__ shoe;Buiiiii^s^-i'n-''Xya(ly:!;'-
i-'saii itlV a:nd;iiav6sold 'ni"y^_ ]
i ���".oiit.i re st.oclv '��� .to '-Jlesirs.
Owing to the room-in
our Shoe Department being too small: we intend
Sacrificing 'Several.Line's-;
of flensV W'r'TV3!Ts' and
Childrens'.ShoQs and
New; Pictorial-���'/Post1 'JCari'.s   at
Knigbtis^ Book; Store.0  ... .���.    ,
'. Smoke Big. 'B_./ di-gars'....'"
; ;i.ji;.-c exrcii'ded to- me   ii.. i
','�����:,:���::.- <���:..-��� .^   ,"" ��"i  <:.>������:) i'.''l>\'f    ���y.-vnH
���'-. !?j tJavpasu ���..      ..     .     ,. ���������.-.  p
���Si. .-.-��� ��� - ������. ���'���  -;.'!j.  ;:'. v-i--  -;-j -vj.v.  ri
|..-. .-.������.::-.'���
Smoke -Big B..;Gi��ars.^;, ,;v"';-:: "
'���-    ;...',";:;���'���'���,i- ;��������� . i'-r.v?>'^i>;-���
������/.';-^*Vfe^?*J^��:-;_-n:iWj.~^pg*Ar -;;���
.1'Latesli^iu-ag.iizl.iies at���/K:ni/_>ht','s'.. -"',..'
.; i A;. report says   ^Maekcnzie'&.jvrdnu
hake purchased ;-',aii;:.;.op'tipivipti -a^num-!
'her ...':��� Pr'.iroYi , cla'ilvis 'in '.'Oii'iarip aiKt
���;\vil] crcct.;a: .���^nieltcr.at/Torou.to- to'
cost   in'tiic.'iiei'fehp'hrhpqd" ;of 'flve mii-
:lio:i dollars'.:  .'"   ;.;':."','': "";:������": ;���;.
,',;.;;;;;   .THE  GRIP.    y;/yy^,'.
.-.':'���'��������� ,.I'o're*.'v\ve can; sympatiiize;-- ��� Tvitli
."'ilirrsy.-;'. y,.vc:nilist-have sulTered 'our-
���<:-l-'-es;/.' ���' No'"'oh'e>an;. real^eiHlie  sufi-
.   f. . I    ���-., ���_.    .. .'.  . ...- A.   -   ,-. ' -   ���    .     ...
'einia   attendant- upon "an   attack'    of
eri.'T.'.������'.iiiiless   lie lias-; had the   actual ,\
���Nprrieni-e: ::/riierc ;is probably n-o:xrrs--'!
��� ���ni ���'���~-U.tha-t--.caiiiM.is ������.���-so.'.miich:,;ph.y>sieal���j
'���.���:;] 'mental:; agony,'.������������'or-which'��������� so siic-
vessf-.iily defies iivedieai aid; . Ail dan
,-rr from the grij1^ liowevci, .may- be
h vtn'.iccl,, |j>y.' the" prompt; .use'- ,of .Cham-
',%';}il>;s.i;Couj>-h_. Remedy.'.Anions; -tli.;
ens  of thousands, .vviiodiave- 'uscxhthii
V'ouira -'Faifchl'iilSy;'' '_���' 'jl')'-i'en.edyv .-not- .'.one case- has ever  been
'tvft'rti ^X'tixA'tiW v^r^'H"!hrUa'' ',h;'t  ''^ rmi'U^l.-.in: -pncu-:r
    ^'���-������ inmiia ��� or that Jias-not ���recovered':-h or
Friday, Feb. 16
we Start our"''
The time of.tlie"'"year'���is approach'-'
iig for : sowing ' 'seeds   'and '"'planting-
teecs.      'J'hosc    who . are engaged   in
either line sliould," it not "already  do-
LBg so, consult M. J. Henry, "of Vixn-
aouver, ..as to  the best   kind   of scods
to sow and; of trees to plant. -Mr. Hen
ry \yill give you an  opinion 'that  you
tan  rely  on absolutely ,an<l no    jes-
Son of sale of stock will :enter     into
lis  opinion'    Read  his advertisement
'm .another column aiul  write, him.   If
on.  do not    need  stock  Mr.   Henry; ,
,ill.always advise you regarding the!/j
'teatinent  of trees or ..shrubs ..    with
;:J3^i��&mmZS^&-^!^^ sale by; tlid"Lu'dys'iliitb, Pliarmacy,' ''
ft    ���    EW..|W^;.S        -%4   ���
Mefcliant Tailor-
5L>.   ������:&���
f i*-i��taau-*Tja
A . -   >>.
Reniember the     place  to get- writing ��� m'a'fcerfal is KnighCs' Book Store
_Pinimrofte. .ar.'d ' VocaT Music'. thoroughly taught ii.y I'rank 'G- Asiifon of
the'(;uililhall 'School' aiid Trinity College of Music, London,
Pupil of the late
Mus.   Doc, Organist.,    jiromj:
���' "' i'Hf Jh'sW3$%%\Wiff^   -���"".-.������.''-,'-���'
.e,:" are.' -now; .shewing, b Large .Stock
Handsome Watches, Ladfest-ahd, Ge.nts.j
synopsis ;qp:q^adi;an;nprtit
��� ��� '.'wi-iST!', %Wl ^:G -rR EG UTuAT IONS.'
.Coal���Coal; lands'ifnay 'be" purchased : at '$ 16 ��� p'or.-'.a'cre for' soft, coalr -and
$20 'for^'fintliVaciter'Nbt' more'.than''
320 acres 'c.a_n t,bc iacguired', 'by."''one5':'iri-.'
.dividual;'.or cpin'paay..';' RoyaTty.tS'r^e'
rate of ton cents per ton of "2,000'"
'pounds X'siiall be collected '*on.;-;;thc,
gross.'btiiiput.:; ������.:.'���' . .'��� - -r-^^ ;
: Quartz���A free miner's certificate is
granted upon payment in; advance of:
$7.50 per annum for "an.^'ia'ilividuaT,
und; froni.'SSO to $100 per; iTn'rium-for.
a cpinpariy, .according to capiial.';. ;..-.;"���
.A      free miner,, having, discovered
mineral in pl'Siie, ;.may-''locate a claim
1,500; x 1 ,'OpQ-'feet. KThc.'.Iee"'.[6r re-:
cording . a ciatm; fs^S.OS* .'.���.'���- - ":"; ���
;;.;At least ..Si SO must be expended on
tlie claim each year or paid to the'
ruining. recorder; in...lieu.- thereof. When
?;\00 has been exfjen'ded or paid, the
1'oCator   may,   upon  haying   a survey-
niatle, and upon complying with oth:
errciiiiiremeiits, purchase the land at
,?i'an acre.
'The      p.ateijt^p'rai'ides for the payment of a royalty of  2_fc per cent on
the salts.���'..:;'. '.'.,-.
PLACER ni.ining claims generally
are JllO- feet-suiiare; -entry fee So, re-
nKV/al>!e yearly. .-.-'��� 77"- .:. .'';���:''
.'.;;��� A free .min'or" may 'obtafk two leas-
���.cs':,to dredge -for gold ef. five miles-
each for a term'of-twenty years, re-:
ncwable, at the "de;.cretion'"of ��� the'Min-
is'tcr p^^tb'e���^Jl;1.'s^Wi'.V^      ��''-/-'������ ^. '
.The lessee, shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from tbf:
;'late of the -lease for each five miles:
Rental, Sid pex auiuum for each mile
of river -Teased. Royalty at the rate
of '2k -per cent collected on the'out-'
piit after it exceeds. 510,000..
.-.W. W. CORY, , '������;
Deputy  of  the Minister  of  the  Id
uririr. ,-.       ���  :
��� v'VM";  ;	
(1st A venue J
""���fe "     '"'
Pall Stock  on  hand; Gall tarlv
,];.,;���;; <y?:^^m^^^^
tl; ������������' get ^pur choice.
���;'* S->':\ t-
:^e - ara���akin^>thfem >oi^the ��� Newest^l^tteri��::and;:L,ates|;
WE DQ^JL^KINDSf OF FOU^NDRY-WORK^ -^ r^-       '
:;.!"o--,v; ';;.^1pu/;^%;^^  !.^:,::.---u
:;;see our;;new;^toves,In BLA^:;Mr^^A#^
'-.   -   " ���:"--. - 0.-.:.' :'.\-./���"{ >;/;-'/  ���;" ''^v;'vW'y'y.,''v '������/-������"���'.'���'.     ���
':-^ndWL^��'iinhhjHard^a^ ;;
��� w.. k     ji...__.      .   i u.... .
'    Designs
.j--...-. u CORVIIIOHTS 4c-
Anrone>Qrdlr!��!iijkt(.n��xMd dtMrlptloh ni*�� ;,
i quickly ascertain our oplifloif free IrnBlhc!" an
���inTOiitton ts probablr pittetitable.   Comniimlcv
; tloniistrintlr oonndonflnl. Haudbookoii Patents
,c:it,.froo. Oiliest rngtuoftov lecuring patents.
Pnteiir* takon triroufU'JIunn t,Co:recolT���v
��p(Cia(pot(ce,.wirhputch��rf��, Inthe  /j '���.- >
Scientific ilmcrican.
> \ hnndfoniBly lllmtrated weekly. T.irpest cir.
ij-iiiuLlon of miy iolentldc Journal. 'I'mrmn, J3 a
rn\r: foiirinuntLij.il. Sola by��� ,1 newidealow
WW ��(&����*- ^NeryTor^
rlU LI..
Eivdand. \x\
;e   Thomas  Wing-ham, j A
)rgan:st.,    Rroni.ptoii,   ���!������
���   ���   ���
Over $2500 Worth
| of Footwear to go-
Come Early and get
First Choice
Mr. Ashlou is now resident :;, L:.-
rl-.s:iiit h and jireparci to ta; e ju-
pi Is . Ilaniony and Theory a. i-.\ e
cialty. Terms, etc., on 'applvat''-���".
P.  O.   HO\"2!l2.     ;     ' ������'.���'���
and' '0i!t6.r Jewelry/ ofTirsf Class. Q.n
r; is
,.   v\ ,\,:c:-.A)'-!.<r.W,; JUV'iil.ER,   OPTICSAPi
Eyes on
oyf for
and Look
.. ~��x...JiL. j��ii_.CaseJ���a_ m.ai.l  earn es _��f ' --,-  ' ���
f'anl.on  Centre,  Conn,   who has  been   f-iggtfv   3pd  Aft'StiCSilV DoiVS-
in the Li s." service for ahou'  sixteen i ���      ..
years,   sa_ys; ./'We     have" lr: d  many   ""	
eouj;li medicines for croup,  but Cham- ;
Ijfcriaiirs Cough Remedy is U-.iit; of-3.; HUil.DU^Va
all,and one 1o <b.e relied on e\ery time.;
\\t .also, find . ' it tb.3.best ren-edy for
coughs and colds giving certain re-
Mil ts and leaving no bad after effects." For sx\�� by The Ladysiiiilb
'Sinbi:c  Biir  B. Cigars.
Notice io hereby gi\en that I. Agnes Kfti.'jiit,^, Avill'-api)ly_at the next
regular sit tine; of the licensing board
for the t!-,i���.,i'cr of the retail liquor
license lvld by me for the [ircmiscs
lately ! iir,v:ii_-as the Island Home. Ho
tel, iovate-i -^ivlot 3, l;lr..W 2G, in
the'eiiy 'oi' ' i.a-1,-Smith, R. C, to
Cuo'-;^- !'.-;:���:���.;���., the. above hotel to
he  !-:itr..vu ;i;; The   T'.:>tcl Cecil.
Sie;ncd,,.\c;-.:ES KM.IOI-IT.
MR. and ItfRS. f. J. THOMAS,'Talc'
of Mount Sickei; Hotel, and of the
Palace Hotel;., N^naimo, have/.;v.( ;
chased the' >   "
on Douglas Street', Victoria, opposite
tlie city  hall,  and invite their    old
i'^'-     '   DESIGNS J
(f^ AN'D COPYfilGHTi."-:
(a ��na B-nrauw-iB -ftf - OBTAINED .j
Notice in " Inventive Age " ffi3 KS kS 3&) i
Book "How to obtain Patents''-'^ �� &t &9 Skj-' i ��� ���
. Charges moderate. Ko fee till patent is secured.' j '
1 ���" Letters strictly confidential. Address, 1
���ff:E.^SlGC^>_f^at^vaer,V^l3hin3ton, D.C. ;___
"''���Piaries for iOOC at Knight's  Book
stor;;':'""'^^-;";   -���'---���
M. M*
....SDllcltGr,.;E4c.        .,.;.';
Koney ...-te   Leap
V_t.tS13 *.--<*
i��&  .'%   Fl
t.- VJull v'-.-t
��� c r
After this date   the price for bread
delivered at   my     ^Customers' bouses
will  he FIVE    CENTS per loaf��� 20
loaves-    for    a dollar.     ?,[y    read is |
guaranteed      the best made.   '"' -Shops
run    liy    -white help    should  lvcei'-'c |
white peoples'     patronage so long ��is j
they .are    properly conducted,     x solicit atrial as your  Baker.   ���
.sargeon... Dentist
;-���,;!;���:'   ;;i',ii.'an!ec'i,  tmi  xt-. runs.
��� ���      ' '������.::��� 1- .rates.
Tenders will be received -biy'tlie! un-
dcrsigntd ' up'tp Feb./lO'th, next at
(3 o:clbclc';p.,.. iii.;, for supplying and
delivering at the:.Shingle Mill, Ladysmith.        ���-���.'.'";. .'-';i.        ' .
40,piles- .40 It. Ibng at least 14 hi.
at top end. '
These piles imisi be straight and
cut from green standing timber and
delivered, not later than 30 days after acceptance  of tender..
?.owest or any tender pot.;'-necessarily accepted.
Notice is 'hereby given that I will
apply at the next sitting of U��e~"Mu"-'"
nicipal. Licensing Board for thctrans
fer of the retail     liquor license held-
by me.for the Portland Hotel, situa.
ted on Lot 10, - Block i, First Avenue, to David Hynes.
- "     :Russell Simpson, Solicitor.
Aja^   v��
^ %jf tyjL'^?'
.1   r','"i!'>:s
1 ������ .v fi I!:
A. UQW&,lpr CHEMAJNUS,iias_Opened the MBA'*
ately    run- by W.'Ward,-on Roberta skra
i VLL ;Lihl Mi   tmdl -vLP-ob  W.U'i *-5-
id ^ n-.-��Re. a- ��pf cially       ,:. ,
'���     A T^5AL. SDiJCiTED
A.   ^"HHt-'E"
I'loae-'aO'-" ���   ��� - - ������ -
i>; i
in :tbe cit
l^t    jK'SSil
!    i'.i-.:ave  0
[���?,.,-.>-:r J,
ill   be   delivered   anywhr:'*
promptly arrl kf  the Jo
' liricos'!'
I;;.:s ,-jt. .C'.'-rit ti^'.T,   t>ji   tk'
Train Service
And tbt rfl��cl��al Bmlaeit Ceateri of
i OsitariO; QM<^boc��arid the
"     Maritime Provinces.
For Time Tablet, ��tc, aidrtas
Assistant Gen'l ras������i;8r.and Tlcltet Agent, [
TERESTED if your business is
sound and legitimate; we will re-organize'you' on a money carniiisr basis;
new;..enterprises successfully promoted; ; .iiicorpo:.:.".ted; guaranteeing; underwriting; public, works; financed;
corporate securities \iuarhotcd; write
I CORPORATION !:���;���'ll'VICE"
COMPANY-,'.of A-nerica. !'. iiusylva-
nia bid.,  Philadelnhin,  Pa.
From this date the undersigned
will not be responsible foi any indebtedness incurred except mi a
written orfter signed by the secretary
Rowland  Machin.
-    Ol'MEfJT .CO., LTD.
Non Personal Liability.
Victoria, B; C., May 18th, ;90fl,


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