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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Feb 6, 1906

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Array ' -^ ' - 1906  V  c/  Tft^OSYSMiTH Daily Ledger  TUESDAY, FEB. fi, J00G,  PRICE  ,������NT  i<  _4������:  VOL..2  SOME ALDERMEN FAVOR  STEAM POWER PLANT  Think it Will Be Impossible to Get Sufficient Water Power  And Believe That it Would a Safe  Investment  Delegations From School Board Address Council on Truant Officer Question- Endorse Resolution Passed  By Nanjimo Council  . MONTHLY _  Ifi  8F $5.00  All track: employees of the C. P.  II. lines west of Port Arthur will receive an advance in the wage sched-  ule. as the result of a conference late  ly held in Winnipeg between the railway officials ami a delegation representing tiie trade men. The average  monthly increase is about $5.00 each  m.-.n, This    will,  it    is supposed,  {apply to all mainUuiJaiicc of way  men on the K. & N., this road now  being under C. P- R.  mariagement.  Sign.*  .   i ' L-nrnvin-r the council  were desir-   ceived and' filed  are not wanting that by ,,m  M ^������ ^uii, Hy they ..������.  winter Ladysmith will  benighted at  ^  ta!ie it ,.,',';on themselves io make j (]ltch  that     was being dug on Rob  night.     If thc people will stand be-   Umj    a|ipointnjent, hoping Uie council  hind   the     Council-in their work* for, wouhi i,e,  able to .arrange tor one of  officials to kindly  that great necessity, light, they can  rest assuiod the '-crio-d ol -"-loom is  over. The dawn of brightness is at  hand. Thc way in which the members of the board discussed the electric light gtnestion last night gi'.cs  -indication that, they will take hold  of tho matter in a business-like way.  They are all aiming to get the place  out of darkness.  All other business having been disposed of, Alderman Speiice, asked the  Mayor if lie had found, when ,in Victoria,    if it     would     jlA'������lM>ssi������.H-,'to  Alderman     Urcu    stated    that the  ���������purchase the   Hush Creek rights. His,   v/ouirl Ia- a������:ie i������  Worship replied     that he was i-naM-u }n*nl w,ttl     would  in  _et anv     information  at present,   ccpiiise.-  ! the    present city  undertake ihe duties without extra  cliaiire. He would ask the council  to give the matter their -ranicst consideration as it was one of,.the utmost, importance.   .   .       , -  Mr. Hughes endoisc'd the remarks  of iiis, colleague. A truant ofliccr  ���������A'-.s a luocssity, and if thc council  would not    appoint one the trustees   '-cr Williams, had    used his influence  would have to. As Mi. Carroll 'had  said, the nieml'ers of the hoard weie  anxious to spendoas little money as  possible, and they hoped,'the council  would l.u aide to make an appoint-  not involve extra  R ELY MAY  BE MADE  SENATOR  oris street should have a ho*. Unless it was boxed in.it would prove  useless in the first heavy fall of rain.  1 hs'Worship rep-orbed thft he had  interviewed the* government officials  regarding    the Wellington hose,  ami  all hough he had   received no definite | A'-������d Templeman,  now    MlfriS-  piom-ise   i\\f>   thought     the   council  would be   able to get the hose at a  small cost.      The momjoer, Mr.  Far  ter of Inland Revenues May|  Run for Vfctoria  to get any  He understood, however, that Mi.  II. Cecil, \th<* maiia^Kn of the company now holding the rights, was on  his way hack from England and expected to arrive here in a week or  two. Would it not he well to lf-ave  _ie matter o������������,r until his arrival?  Alderman Spence said he w<-s not  at all convinced that <a plant could  be operated hy the water in Bush  Creek, even if the city could buy  thc lights.- Last week he was in  conversation with dipt.. Mcintosh,  of Winnipeg, and-that gentleman had  , told him. that in a ManitoJ>a, town,  population 2,000, a steam plant was  operated successfully. ' Fuel* was  higher theii* than heft*, they haying  to use wood, for which they pay  $2* per cord. Continuing, Aid.  Spence said in his opinion >t was on--  ly waste '������ of lime to try and get the  Bush Creek rights when it was  doubiful if the city gained possession, if it would lie any use. In the  speaker's opinion, it .was- obvious  that a steam plant would -*ay. If  they could make it. lsiy in a town ot  two. thousand population surely they  could in Ladysmith.  His Worship said before presenting  a by-law ��������� to the people the members  of the council should get all the information possible. They should  find out exactly what light would  cost during the year, for both private and business houses. If they  knew exactly what they .would hav_  to pay Jor light thc people would he  lar more likely to favor the borrowing of money.  'Before, deciding not to go any further with the water power proposition the (council should consider the  possifcili' of turning McLeod:.s creek  into Bush Creek, that of course, if  the rights on the latter were obtainable. A great many were of the  opinion that the water of the two"  creeks would furnish sufficient power  both in 9ummer  and winter.  Alderman XJren favored finding out  exactly what the lights would cost  the people if a steam power plant-  was tnst-alled. He Ihoiin-Jit with His  Worship that this should lie the first  step for the council to lake and believed that if convinced that the cost  or 1'ig-hting the r houses with electricity would he no greater than coal  oil, pretty nearly all residents-would  have,the lights installed. All lihe  aldermen expressed Uie opinion that  an attempt, should he made by the  council to get the place decently  lighted , and then the matter dropped.  TRUANT  OFFICER  Messrs.  II.   Carroll and H. Hughes  forming a -telegation from, the School  Board,     asked leave    to address, the  council on     a matter of importance.  Permission    being granted, Mr. Carroll said it had     come to the notice  of the school board that a lair-ge mu-m  ber    ot children     of school .age were  not attending the city     school,  and  he    and his     colleague, Ms*. Hughes,  were authorized by the board to approach the     council and re-q^est tihe  memliers    to devise     the     way and  means    of getting   these children at  school.        Last   year there   ' was a  paid tmant     officer who rounded up  all   Uie truants,     and in consequence  there were no     children running the  streets    during,     the day.     But this  office, as no doubt some members   of  the council would recollect Ras abolished when the new act was passed.  The school trustees were anxious to  have a good truant officer appointed,  In a siihvLVieht'' discussion on. th*-  '���������.icstion Mr.'Carroll .pointed out  tli'at for thc interest oi. the city as  well as   for the childiens' own good,  in the matter and his worship was  convinced that the government? would  ask a very reasonable sum of money  ior the hose.  Alderman Urcii saiu Mr. Williams  was always to be found to the fore-  frmt. looking after the interests of  lhe city. - He1 seconded Alderman  Malone _ motion that the vraitter be > in the place of the late Hon. Ray-  :aid over foi one week longer. Car- mon(- Prefontainc, and Senator'W.  r*et'- ' [ Tennplembn was sworn in as Minister.  Alderman     C-impjuell asked lor ex- 1   ... ,     ,       ,  ��������� ', ������������������  ... _    i of Inland and Revenue..     '\ hose pros  Ottawa, Feb. C (Special)���������This  fofenoon in the Coker'nor-Gcneral's  office Uie H.oti- I'rodeuij minister of  Inland and Revenue, **yas sworn *fii  as Minister of Murine and   Fisheries,  MM ARE  KILIED IN  they should'    lie kept at school.     If      "���������-"-���������""-������������������"     ���������������������������"i-i������������������������������������ **      ��������� -���������  -    . ol jn-am( aiHl Kevctnuc.     1 noie iiiu**-  parents'    were-not Muffle ently inter- <}^ '>������ <,[ tl"*c lo ->^ducc Me> rov-   ^ were L(>r(l ^ mfm LftU  estcd in     their/children's^welfare to   ������"* ^x   *?**"> Wf*���������* ^p^-rier and     the Ho...  Pitepatriclf.     It  ���������   - _. 4.u ���������    i  .,*      ,i,.~.���������.. ���������.������������������    of the members of the Finance Com-   , ..__<-,,  ""���������   ������������������������������"> 1*1"*'������"  h.iv-tn-������* Droiier edu- _ ^ ,i+������,���������: is rumored    he*re,ihat Senator Tern-  insist'.upon their haying* proper wii-  cation it was'.'the duty of the coi.n-' nutlee was away from town and the  cil a_d/'trustees to take steps that' committee     could  not prepare' their  wouldNconipei-'"tHcir attendance.  With   le*'or������~     ^UA.  o.'.f dUudation ���������" children would  never1 ,  Alll������-������^ CampueU gave notice of  i. "* ' j" ���������*-,.-  ������'-''- v ������ ''      : his intention of introducing a curfew  make goodciti'/cns. -<        "������ ��������� i    i  .,> The,, mayor -thought, the' revest of   by.*;4bW*.'        .      t       .     .._, ������  'iV :���������'������������������ i'    ^'.-V1-   -'co-3*   _i        i    ���������   !     Those'present ni last night's >meet-  the trustees quite reasonable and Ono ' . ' ... ... .   ,     B ...  ^.��������� _"_'-si'._^ ��������� **    t j .. ���������   ������������������, -  t(    >a^ were s.\layor Nicholson, Alderman  thatshould ?be. granted lLpossiUe. It      n ��������� ,������ r-       Ln    t^���������  '   t -   i    ^.. ������������������    ���������   *u - ,,���������������������������������,./.���������!   Malone,   Pattc'-fcon,   Campbell,  Uren,  was-largely owing to the economical    ^ ��������� ' l       '���������  workii-g-'ot the board that the coun-^ SPcnceand Tha.  cil had left* "in liarid as much-m-pneV j, _ ; ��������� -  as-they had tor street work'>_tid for,; *       '  their good work they were deservino   IJNDIANS  of consideration at the hands of the  council.  ��������� A'   'truant ofHcer, as Messrs.  Carroll and Hughes had observed, was"a necessity,  and he thought  Mr.  Callander     would lie willing to  undertake  tlie    duties    of Uie ottice  without extra pay.     His Worship ex  pressed    the hope that    the council  and the board would this year work  together in Itaf _aine> harmonious man  ncr they did .last    year.  Moved' by ��������� Alderman Malone, seconded hy Alderman Patterson, that  Mr. Callander lie ssked to act in the  capacity of truant officer. Carried.  * SANITARY,  A communication was -read' from  Dr. F. S.-Reynolds, calling thc attention of the council to the unsanitary ' state of the lower part .of  First- Avenue. This part ofjhe  town 'badly needed drainir.g. The  stagnant- water lying there hail, already caused one case of tyi hoid fe  ���������pieman will     resign  his Senalorship !  Panama,Fob.'_.���������It is reported that  the City y������ liucna Ventura, Oolom  bia, has .been destroyed by an earth  quake and that out ol Us a,000  inhabitants  but few  weru loft  ali\<-'.  It is i'urtliL-'r imported that the ear  lutpiake extended to thc city of  (jriinyacfuil, which lias also suffered  imifh (Jalnaye, with great lom> ol  life.  Tlielhluiids   of   Porto   Rico, St.  Thomas, Santa Oniz, St. Croix, Uai*  bailos,. Ti-inidad, Jti'itish Guinea, Mon  st.ii'i'at.lJoiiiidifitt, , Nevis St Lucia,  St. Vincent and Tobago are all cut  from  cable    communication, and  brcalcshavo also bct-n located between Jamaica, .nnd "Porto. Rico and  Para Para and Cayenne, and from  none of these points can any do-  fin itc  newsbe gained  From Wednesday last there , ha.-,  been great atmospheric changes and  heavy tidal waves reported in ihis  vicinity. Some of the tida'. waves  reported would seem to indicalu a  hubniarine volcano suddenly iret.t in.*;  into action.. -Vothing further can  be learned, although it is significant  ihatbeforc uie Mount 1'eltsc disaster.  a cable break, much like the one  from the West Indies occurred jiiit  before the news of the disaster.   o   T. McCOURT  PASSES AWAY |  Nanaimo, Feb. 6.���������Mr. Thomas*Mc-  Couit, foi twenty years a resident of  this city passed*away yesterday inot*  CHINAMEN WILL GO  & WHITE MEN COME  At Chcmainus the Management are  Replacing the Chinese Mill  Hands  Wil' Be Replacd With White Labor- a  Move That Gives Much Satisfaction inChemainus  The Chema mis Chinamen will soon   ment for some time, and   the day is  make    way    in the     nulls   there for ' noW close at haml     when . the Celes-  Wlnte labor.       Mr. Palmer, the su  perintendent, is   now completing sev  cn new -iiouscs    and is contemplating ,  the   erection of     more, to accomimo  tials will, ���������o longer be a factor ia  the _iiil work at Chemajnus.  The more white larh'pr is employed  date laborers and their famines who'on Vancouver Island^and in the Pro-  will be residents oi Uit mill town j vince generally, the better for every-  soon. Thirty famiilies from Minne-j body except the,Chinaman, and as he  seta will lhe amoii^ the first of the p invariably looks put for himself we  lot at newcomers. The men will be ' do not need to worry about his inexperienced     jni'l men and will com-   ture.  mand fair    wages.     The .replacing of |    Mr. J. E.. Smith, of"Ladysmith, is  Chinese     with   whale labor has been   doing . the  painting;' and, paper hang-,  contemplated'     by    the mill manage-' ing in-the new houses ,at CJ-**emainus..  VALENCIA WRECK  INVESTIGATION  told-  last  and    run ior     Victoria next election \������'"_ at his residence at the corner oi  and that IMi. Reily will he made Sen  utor in his place-  MANY  PEOPLE  KILLED  TROUBLESOME  Tuscon, Ariz., Feb. 3.���������A train  of eight wagons, accompanied by a  niilitaryescort-, chroiito from Tier-  inosillb to -the 'mines of the Ciene-  guitt-, Copper Company, ou the Yai*  ui River in Sonora, was attacked  Wednesday at Coluich by a band of  100 .Yaipii' Indians and the' entire  parly numbering 1 _ solflier.s and  8  1 canisters  were  slaughtered.  Morchandise and Machinery valued  at Si tl,000. was either' burned or  carried  olV by the, Indians.  Four mining men were murdered at  that point .last summer.  Ottawa, Feb. j.���������Hon. Messrs. Bra  ,     ,.   dour and    Tem.pieman will   be sworn  vei  and the wnte, said  steps _houd , niinistevs .. mftr|ne  be taken to naive this ��������� part piol^ily1  drained if an epidemic of typhoid  was to lie averted in the summer.  Moved by Alderman Malone, seconded fny Alderman Spence that the  letter-be referred to, the Sanitary Inspector with, instructions that' he Report ,at next liieeting.  Alderman Spence said that he was  given to understand that some resi-  iienls qt the upper pa,'-t \of town were  living    no **.sanitary  work done at  and fisheries and inland revenue, respectively. They have an appointment with his Excellency at Ridcau  HaTLat Mo'clodc. '  ��������� The  "ministerial     tariff couninitt-fe  has   engagements     here sufficient tp  keep them busy for three days.  ������������������' ���������-*.   THE STAGE  n   Railway    Collisions    and  Fires Several Met  Death-  Baltimore., Feb. C.���������A frame house  was totally destroyed by fi,ie lujr'e  early this morning and nine colored  people perished in the  flames.  \ ictoria load and Prideaux .street,  aftci only ashoit illness,'suffering  ficni cancel oi the stomach. 'IhHy-h  complaining for a considerable time,  his condition was not cons)|ilje>red ser--  ions until about four weeks ago,  ���������\\ hen be was compelled to tal-e to  his bed,  from which he never  rose.  Mr. McC'oft-t was one of Nanai...o's  h aitnig eiti/.cns, having. Resided here  for nearly twenty years. , He *������*nok' a  prominent parL in a.U matters ��������� er-  taiiung to the city's welfare, lie also took a deep interest in politics,  was one of the Labor Party's most  active and zealous niennbers and his  death coming so unexpectedly will be  iclt and regaet'ted by all who had the  pleasure   of his   friendship.        -  Mr.  Mct'ourt,  whc( was 63  ycais of  ap;e at the time of his death, is a native of   Newcastle-ou-Tyne,   Eu-giand,  and  leaves to survive him a wife, two  brothers,     Mr. Edward   McCourt   of  Red  Lodge, Mc/iitaiia, a"*1  Joseph Mc  (Court, now of Vancouver but former-  Portland,    Feb. 6.���������Four men were  h, Q-fcflij. cit     aIld als0 a sister, Mrs.  killed in an accident on the O. R. &  N. Railway at. Wrigaller, Oregon,  this morning.  ���������Heleiii*.,     Feb.  children of J- ii.  6.--Three   or .fotir  Pipcr weie burned  It is   probable     the Watson ''Stock  will not visit, Vancouker,  to death during the aLRencc of the r  parents early this morning While  | they weie in bed .the house buio-hl  lire and was Mimed to the ground,  the little ones not having time to escape.  Helena, Mont'., ;Feb. .0.���������A rajjroad  colHsiou occurred two. and a half  miles south of the "city'this iiiiornin-g.  A -runaway freight crashed into a  passenger and the wreck caught fire.  Four arc known fo have been burned  to death and it, is fOared that several others are  killed.  yor  Nicholson, enclosing a copy of a   wrote  aSMiig_  resolution which   he asked the L.uly-' or more cede be .*������.������    oi th.  smith   council"to endorse.     The res-   ty   Hall.        U    v-as lett.  olution  petitions   the government to   Co.npt.ollei    to     rtph    sta i g  ������      .,^���������-������  ���������_'������������* secretary  of  the ' the city    was   -not in the show  dus   ?R  RUSSIA  John Raines, once a resident of Nanaimo but now residing in Vancouver  .Mi. Samuel McCourl, of Kennedy  street and John McCourt of Milton  fit red are nephews of the deceased.  Thc funeral will take place on  Wednesday morning from the familv  residence at S-3fl a. in., to the Catholic church, where the Rev. Father  TfVinen  will ccfiiiucl .funeial serviced  Victoria.. Feb.   5.���������Thirty nine sar-   raft ail though    the   Captain  vnoi-d  of    the   Valencia  wrec_   have  them     that   this     was  their  now   Lvoen accounted for,     aud      ac- j cnance,    Then distress signals    were  cording   to   the  latest  reports    there  have     been       37   bodies     recovered.  Twelve  bodies  were    brought tc  this city on the Lome this niorni'i'j  eight arrived  on  Miu  Wyadda ou  Simula^ evening, seven arrived ou  the _.(jrno on Fridaj evening, three  camii on the v}ui:en City on Thurs.  day, one, on tlio liahadda, three  wont on ih-Xirant to Seattle. One  lias been buriod on the Long- Beach  near Calooquot, anu two are still  ou the beach near the wreck. Whe-  there it is possible to -recover the  latter The provincial here aie unable   to  say.  Victoria,   Feb.   5.���������The    Provincial  government   was     represented by  counsel as well as the Federal government when the Valencia: . wreck  investigation was resumed this evening;. Mr. A. 3^. McFhillipps who  i-oprostMiU'il   tin.-   province,      at the  Clallam wreck investigation, appearing- for .British-Columbia.'-:'' Second  ollicer Peterson continued his evidence. He/ doubted if a ' lightship could Ins anchoied near tho  scene   of   lhe   wreck.      Jl   the tug  O/arwhich ..came nearest to .the  wreck had carried a modern lifeboat it could ha\c got within 30  feetof the wreck and saved many.  .Mr. Mcl'hill-p-is asked if a salvinfe  steamer could be ('(piipped with a  life saving boat, and witness replied he thought so. Capt. Gaudin  then intimated that, it any reflection, or criticism ' vasi' marie of other, steamers the commissioners' wouicl  request  the   owners   to     |>e  represent  SERIOUS  R1D1NC  AC01 DF..N' i'  flying, about   17     feet  above   water  line     -     .  Chief  Cook,  Hancock, 'one  of      the  survivors - of  the raft picked    up   ou  Tui'tlelsland,   said flvc^jiiciT-S'-volarit-1 . -  eered  to     take  the*,     working  boat,.  which   was  left  on   the   wreck       ' to"  i*e������ch shore  to seek  assistance.    One  man named Montgomery,  a quartermaster   was to  have gone   was - not -  cfuick  enough to get,   down the fall',  and the boat got away without him. .1  He  was   drowned.    They believed the ������������������*  boat,was  going  ashore',   at   Darling  ,  creek  arid fired a  line   ashore ' with .' *  the  rocket gam.     viTien dhe    chief officer told  him to get     on  the ' raft,  lna^yrnclinea   to   >o' on- it,    his -  a~- -   '  sistant,   and the  engineers   with   the"  exception  oiAeison   all refusing.   The  Topeka   was  kept in sig*ht until dark  from  the raft  and then they worked  toward     Cape   Beale   and      let       it  drift.      They   landed  on Turtle       Island and were found by an    Indian  policeman     and  put    on  the  launch  Shamrock which took   them     to   To-  quliart   where   the   Salvor    came   for  them.     Witness  said   the   men  were  at   their  boat   stations.     "Who low-  eii������d   the Hoats?" asked Captain G-au  dm,  "I  would  like to  know"      said  tlie   witness.      It  seemed   to   me   tbo  pnssong-crs    took  it    on   themselves  with   some  of   the  crew. Witness  denied that a panic "had occurred or-  lhat they were intoxicated. He said  that it was a distinct falsehood to  sa3r  tnat   anyone  was   intoxicated.  n* saw the las-} bottle of Henues  ed by counsel. There was some Sey distributed among the passenge  discussion regard!n4 life saving boats W and no one got into the Ucpi-  o���������  .-.Uv.-go  vessels,     and       finally .I   or   bar.        The  last  of  cold     meats  should; %w,s  distributed    to  passengers      by  was   held   that   this   matter  be  l'-ft until Mr.   Bullen of the steam  er  Salvor   was  examined.  him   and   the  stewards,   and   every-  for  IS ACTIVE  tbu  ussian  _^_^5i=a=__������=_- -���������  Pekin.   Feb.   0-���������M-   Pokotioff.  minister,   and   Mr,   Tong r<?P-  the Chi nest-   government are  important, work'for, years, has never'ces.  received ��������� uny, ' remuneration and on  this..account���������>.had been compelled to  abandon,.'.-his ;efforts in such an ad-  mirabhv cause. .?. -Pointiug omt the  importance' of the, work, of the society tlie resolution asked the go.'eminent ito request Mr. South to continue to wotIc and' pay him an adequate salary.  The mayor'sugfr.esled' that, the resolution be .endorsed and the cleric instructed to write1 the member for  this district asking him to use his influence ito * obtain; a ^ood salary for  the secretary of the society;  A motion  to this effect was m,....  by Alderman Malfme and secon<led bv ; saw sich igncarancc.  Alderman Patterson, was'can*  .   The road   foreman, report was x<  ilong  the   lines     ol  that    betweenj  the '  Now   Westniinliter,   Feb.   ti.���������Arthur  Oliver,   of   Uast   Delta,   a   son ol  il'r. Oliver, AI. L. A., sulVered the  breaking' of his right leg* yeste-.-il-.tv  by falling* from his saddle and lie  iug*  dragged.  'Pne young1 man. who is twenty  years of age, was just mount iny; his  horse when th.* animal became suddenly I'l'ig-'htened and jumped forward  throwing- its rider out of the saddle. His right leg caught. in the  stirrup, and the lioi.e snapped just  above the knee,. Fortunately, however the horse did not run I'm-, and  the young* man was alile to tret,  free   without  furtlver   injury.  The victim   of   l.'he   accident writ:  brought   to   tlie   city   last.        evening-  conveyed   to   the   Royal   Colum���������  where   the   fract ur.vl  ....   , .. .    t.  now   getting   along'   well  The    sec,  thing  done  that   was   possible  ond   ollicer   denied, reports 'that    liq-  1 he passengers.        Hancock   said  he  uors   were   broken      into   ami   inloxi-  had   been   in ' four, wrecks  since     last1  cants Tcsultod.     There was   no   over   February     and   was  nervous  becatiso  overt, acts on   the steamer,    and    all   of  a   foreboding*   the    night  passengers,   especially women and  Hie    wreck,  children were well  looked ai'te:'.     The'   preporver  before  He had   a  tullo      life  which supported  him     por-  women  refused   to  go   one-   the      life   fectly   well.  and  '���������What dol think of Miss Shreek's ��������� China and Japan. In part * tne (|)jan hosl)Ual. where the fracture,  voice"' Why I'm circulating a sub- \n.oposals are understood to be. Mr j���������������������������,���������,���������.,. wns R,,t. nnd the paf.en  scrlptlon paper  to  send her  abroad"   thc oponing   of    Mandun ia        with   ._o |thJJ  sanM  rigrhts  and   privilege      to,  q_  HOW HE WAS IDENTIFIED      ' aU  nftt.ions  without     discrimination.!  Josiah   Quincy,   of      Boston,   told    R(]S,sin  is to   receive   mining       con-(    Tn. NeW Ensiand   1  with  glee of how ho was once identi- cessio_s   in     -Mongolin,     and      Com-   W;lS hy no ineans uncommon   for pco  tied IV a    laborrer who was flight- m0rciftl privnc.���������,..s \n   Chinese       Tin-  ple     to provide their follins long hc-  '   a friend. "Tllafc is JoS,aH |-estan      A revision     of    the   Talk-  forc,  their  death,  and keep  them  " said the  first laborer. ^ convontion  ,R  tt*so  proposed.       'i\w[r.  houses where they could  ening  Quincey,  it  in  see  mandod ��������� the  "An'  who is Josiah Quincey?  manded the other. ,  "Don't ye   know who Quincey is?  adc . demanded the first     man  de-.  them every day.  mipii uv . saw sii-ii  tied. j grandson  was re- I the road-'  os the    s  Why, he's the think of   V?  tatue"'out there in only had  The Writer-I    see you've got my     Singlet on .-Have you  decided  what  The Writer.   1     see y ^ ^  ^ ^   ^       ^ b_f    w  Thc Reader.-!*,-I've   man? Wcdderton.-Certain v    I m  time to read the last few , going    to     cpII' him  just   what my  ��������� ..       _.(., wife names him.  pages of it as yet.  ;cj   j*������.  'I niver   latest    book  Alelemrs IS,   N'nncoiner 7.  Vancouver, I'Vb.. .'!������������������'I'lie Seattle  Meteor BasUctliull team concluded I hi*  most, successful iulertuilioiiul tour  ever undertaken by a basket ball organization on the coast by defeating  the sixthreg-iment senior team to-  nighl.     by  the score  of 18       points  to    7.  The game ��������� was played in thc drill  hall before a crowd numbering a-  boul 500, who were wildly enthusias  tic over the fast play shown in the  second half of tbe game,  eors had the ndvanlagw in  weight anuheig'hl, while their  e.'ior condition was plainly evident,  in the fast pace they maintained un  end. ��������� McDonald, the star  ���������layer,   and   Dohnie, who  ;uard, were the   bright,     par-  stars  on   the   team,   as     far  was  concerned. Play  was  fast  from   the  start,      and      at  'nali'hnlf  time the score stood  10    to  Meteors. In   the  ceived many injuries ii. other matches, which ww'..' bothering him. Many  of lhe spectators were surprised io  see Atkinson playing- in tho secon-l .  half oft he match, as he'had. been  tilling- the place of referee in the  first half. Harry Godfrey, of Vancouver, was chosen to act as rei.u*-  ���������v-   for   llveseconcl  half,      and     ' filled  The  Mot  both  sup.  til   the  centre  played  ticular  as  scoring'  six*   in   favor   of   the  id  half  Atkinson  replaced     Pall-he latter had     ro  se. 01  mor   as guard  the  position   with  entire  satisfaction  to both  teams. 12." Johnson   was  time keeper  for   Seattle   and    A.   II.  CJ-odfrey for  Vancouver.   o _���������_  SHOULD ALL HAVE  BEEN LYNCHED.  Two or three gentlemen were talking   about     different kinds of deaths  the other day.        Here are a few of  them:       Ono     man said:     1 knew a  mam    who swallowed a thermometer  and died by degrees.      Another said,  I k   knew a man     who swallowed a  tape     measure     and died lw inches.  Another said,    'Well that is nothing,  a friend of mine fell into the sea and  his life cbj-ed'away.'-'     The last one  said,   I    once     knew a man who fell  into a     whiskey vat.        He died In  good spirits. .  .       ,  ,  ���������'I   *$ DAILY LEDGER  THE DAILY LEDGER  Published   every day* except Sunday.  BX        THE        DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION  PRICE  10 cents a month;,   $1 per year   in  advance.    Advertising rates on application.  TUESDAY, FEB. C, 1000.  INDUCEMENT  TO MARRY  Duluth. Minn., Feb. 3.���������Alleging  ' tho payment of $1000 to James  Lindsay as an inducement to marry  her mother, thereby securing thousands of dollars worth of property-  under lhe provisions of her father s  will, is tho charge in the deposition  of Alonzo J. Whittman, now serving  a sentence in Auburn prison for forgery against his sister, Mrs. J.  C'ibbs, in tho suit to'bo tried in the  federal court in this city Fob. 1-1,  to set aside a deed alleged to be  l'raudulend.  George F. Perkins, who held a  judgment of ������15,000 against Whittman, is plaintiff in tho suit, and  ' Clara J. Gibbs, Alfred L. Gibbs an.'  the Cloquet Lumber Co. are defendants with, the Detroit Trust Co.  The suit involves ,the heir to 4000  acres of valuable land in St. Loui."-  county. Reuben Whittman, fathei  of Alonzo and Clara Whittman, was  possessed of a large fortune at tho  time of his death at Dansville, N.Y.  in 1S8S. lt consisted of a paper  liii'll worth "$2i>0,000, real estate and  personal property in New York, and  the 4000 acres of land in this county. By the terms of his will Whitt  man left his wealth to the second  daughter with a life estate to his  wife. If she married, however, it  was provided that it was to go to  the son and daughter, Alonzo and  Clara.  It is alleged that the sister induced James Lindsay to marry her mother, and thereby secure possession  of the bulk of the fortune for herself  and Alonzo.  Whittman from his cell room i.  Auburn prison, - declares he was in  Europe at the time of the second  marriage of his mother took place  and that he knew nothing of it.  When asked whether she had paid the  $1000 for the proposed charge, Mrs.  Gibbs answered. "I did not pay it.  It might have been paid by my attorneys."  It is assorted that on the face of  the records and depositions. Mrs.  Gibbs paid nothing for the j.ropi-rty  and the contention in the suit is as  to whether tho property was fraudulently conveyed to her. Whittman,  it is charged has no interest in the  result of the suit.  DAVID SPENCER       ^  ^aaaa&���������(Nanaimo) Ltd.!  [Is ther_ a Hatiess Woman?  A Hatiess Miss?  A Hatiess Child?  Left in Town  .WM. BitfNSIE, President  **i    r������ir������"*tor  A  THREE     DAYS   OFFER   COM-!  ���������^5 MENCESJWEDNESDAY  MORIMINQ  2*~  ���������Trimmed Hals  Ready-to-Wear 1 Tats  The Tourist Motors  Black  Pal cut' Leather ' Motors  Velvet Tourist Motors  Children's Felt Flops  Children's  Trimmed Hals  Your Choice ol a Big  Window at Each  50C-  Regular SI.09 to U.������%  J.  W.   COBlJftN.  ' Teleprjoncv*/!') '  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH���������Shingles   *-.  Speclalt.'  ���������Mannf-tutuier***     <>������������������ '  Rough and Dressed Fir nnd Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., oi the Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring    and  Finishing     L___er  ia    Stack  ������������������-VMira-nv/ * -*���������_���������*���������_-*_-_-__ ���������_  Qm Save money o:i   Pit Shoes���������we cannot     quote    these    prices  much1  **dj longer.         Why?      Because   that 500 pairs we bought of  "---tJj Nanaimo made aro nearly gone���������just a few pairfi-  ^Tj-p left.     You'll pav 't.3.75  for the Shoe we're selling at $2.1  35  Ni'iiaimo    made whole hack  counter     S>2.75  Nanaimo     made  otttside counter .  wkote kiP   $3.00  cTWONEY TALKS*--  AS LBUD T������ US  AS  AMTtif-E.  IF YOU ARE PAYING CASH FOR YOUR  MEAT   Y#U������  ������������������LLA.RS'W  ILL   ������������������  FURTHER   IF  YO������  B������YFROM ������S   Our Gash Prices Cannot Be Beaten   PAN NELL  &    PLASKETf  Esquimait   & Nanaimo Railway  Time Table No.  TraiUi leave Ladysraith  for Victoria  and  all  intermediate stations  ���������.11 Am. daily, and at 4.00 p.ni. on   Wednesdays,     Sal-inlay*   and   feitj  imJ6.  Trains leave Ladysnuth for Wellington and all intermediate statiJ  at 11.87 a.-*, daily, _ad at 8.00 p.m. oa Wedn-j-days, Saturdays al  ouaaaya. )  Excursion Tickets  __-_ r_; ___.''���������'     ��������� * 9N SALE T0 AND FR0M ALL STATIO  lf_    _3JF^k*0**"9 Saturday* and Sundays, returning not Iaier th'*-  tne leiiewiag Monday.   -. . _l._u ���������'..___.  i. 1 1 1     . >  -Steamer Joan-  '-' ��������� s**: k*BL Ladysmith tor Vanco uver every Saturday at 6.80 a a,  returning sails freoa Vancouver     for   Ladysmith at 2.30 p.m.  GEO  g-rEAM  HRATKD  WISIXj FURNISHED ROOMS  BAR SUPPLIED WITH    Hi  WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor  LADYSMITH, B. C  mmmimwrn^  ..i.ao  t>.lv .  .harbor     and     at   Departure  it is saic. that all tho gill nut fishermen will sign thc petition, after  ���������vhich it will 1 c forwarded to Vaiir  c-ouver to obtain tlie signatures of  those fishermen who have from time  to time during thc season operated  with gill  nets  here.  ' Tho British War Ofiice, acting on  the recommendations of the Royal  Commission, has ordered tho prosecution of the oflicors concerned in  the war stores scandal.  An Irishman recently arrived in  London, and hearing Big Ben strike  one o'clock, was so amazed at the  noise that he inquired of a Cockney  what was wrong. "Oh, bless yer  heart, that's only Big Bon striking  ono." "Pa. mo soul, and he has giv  fm him a good,smash, whoever he  :**."  said  tho Irishman.  Tho final returns respecting the salmon-canning industry, which have  just' been received, show that tho  total amount of salmon packed in  British Columbia last season was  1,107.400 cases.  The total pack of sockeyes 011 tlio  Fraser, river  and  at  northern  points  As a result of the arguments that  the fishermen using gill nets, have  boon' advancing from time "to time  regarding', the seine fishing methods  in vogue around Nanaimo, and which  they claim, are a great detriment to  thc herring industry, they have plac  ed in circulation a petition which  will bo forwarded to tho government! . Thc. j'"t ilion requests tho  government, beginning next se:'.s<,*i lo  prohibit  all  seine net   fishing   in   Na-  _______���������_���������__>���������_.. *7T' li      in"._~_-'._.'  'ag^*_j__ai_*__-_gi. -  ilfl Write a��������� Story  tlie West  that -w-������uld have the true  ring     t������ it,'the author would  of   necessity     racjiure to live  there f������r a time at least. He  must     study     tha charajcter.  istius ol tlie western people-  huve to become oaia   of them,  living their daily life, sharing  their    joys      and      sorrows.  He  would have    to mix  with  them  socially  knd   in a  business  way,     in      short    be a  "Westerner "     Its a questiL-n  of  l*.u ow'in if  local  conditions.  The    same   reasoning   applies  to    the    "Leckie Boot'j   tor  Western Miner,  the Prospect  "r and  the  Lumberman.  The makers of the " Leek- [J  ie W������ot'' are Westerners with  Western -experience. They  know what to make and how  ta aian'c it. Its not se much  a question of price as of quality. Their sole aim is to jfij  make, a     better boot for the  same  money���������-End  thji  reiE  BOOT" is it.  I MANUFACTURED BY.���������  'LEG  was 1,080.1)7*1 cases. On the Fraser  river tlie lotal sockc.ve pack was  887,-lSy cases, while tho 1 otat pack  of all kinds of fish on the Fraser a-  mountod to 87711.10 cases. In the  North tho sockeyo pack was 243,184  cases, and the total pack, including  other kinds of salmon, 290,.'524 cases.  Comparison of Years.  The total British Columbia pack  last season was considerably less  than it was in 1901, the last previous large year in the four-year cycle  but it was larger than the pack' of  1897, another large year ia the four-  year cycle. The total pack in 1001  was 1,236,156 cases, or 08,696 cases  more than the pack of last year. In  1897 tho total pack amounted to 1,-  015,477 cases, or 151,983 cases less  than the pack of last year.  In red and white springs on the  Fraser river and in tho North the  total pack was 28,359 cases. Humpbacks were packed to the number of  13,970 cases, and cohaos packed  numbered  44,458 cases.  The packers are already preparing  their estimates for the pack of the  coming season, which is expected to  be much lighter than was that of  1902, the corresponding year in the  four-year cycle, when the number of  cases put up was 625,982. In 1902  the hatcheries on the Fraser did not  do extra well, and in the same year  |thf* spnwn*'nB*-tTrniinrt'? of the O-iosnnl  were closed to'We Aria by a dam at!  Queanel Forks.���������Vancouver Province..  Newly fitted up aud  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  PORTLAND  DAVID HYNES, Proprietor  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked   j ..  Car. Fort Irurtt 'Gevtornment S treats.,  This Hotel hat   keen completely    Board end lodging $1.M per. day.  renovated.  Bar Supplied  with the  Best  Liquors and Cigars.  JOHNTKA, Proprietor  Wines, 1st Aveiue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Best accommodatioa for transient  xud permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  a'dy furnished and the bar is up-to-  d*te. Rates $1.00 a day and np-  w "\rds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  B-rplaaade -���������**-: :������������������: '���������������������������'��������� ���������*-���������- L_dy������mltk  HOTEL  DOMINION  -Rates |1.25 and'tl.60��������� ������������������'- -  Free bus .to all steamboat landing! and  railway depots. Electric cars every five,  minutes to all parts of the city. Bar  and table.unexcelled. : ���������"-���������  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ;  ABBOTT ST.,  VANCOUVER B, C.  THE JONES HOTEL  [VALENCIA SURVIVOR SUES FOTJ  DAMAGES,  Seattle, Feb. 4.���������o. Allison, the  white haired survivor of the wreck  of the.Valencia who underwent foar  ful hardships on the life raft which  was finally picked up by the City  of Topeka, brought suit yesterday  in the Federal court against the Pacific Coast Steamship Company to  ocoverdamages of ������5,000  The. complaint cites that plaint iff  has boon seriously injured in health  The casewill come '''up":eaT"l3">:'-~~7iext  \reck.  ���������WHITE   COOK   and  ���������WHITE   LABOR   Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT/ACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  il  LEOONIAN  V  Leads Them  IN QUALITY  All  -:_:-  "Here, Broozer, you shouldn't hit  a man when".*, he's down  '���������'G'wan*!. Wot d'yer t'ink I tuk all  dat trouble  to git 'im down  fer?"  R.P.RITHET,|  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA.  :���������: :���������: :-< .���������:.:��������� B.C.  Under Mew Managment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  Jas. R. McKinnel  Proprietor,  Commercial Mens'  headquarters.   ' "''  Modern and     Strictly first Clats.  Fire Proof    Buildiif.        '-"  I  COtTUORKMU-WAV.  Tt FORME,   B. C.  Kead OOwa Read Up  9p.r_. I.v. VicTaaiA Arr. 4.00.p. ni.  t.��������� p.m.Lr. Seattle Arr. 9.00 u. 111.  ������.ai p. at, Arr. Tftverett Arr. 7.30 a. 111  ������3������a. m. Arr. BPOKANH Air 7.4s p.m  6,23 p.m Arr.   Rexford   Arr 12.3a p. ni.  I.i������   p. m, Ar.    Bike   Arr.  10142 a. m.  v f.M p.m.   Arr.    Peruie   I.v.9.55 a   111.  ONE NIGHT  Ta) aU Kootenay Points  TWO   NIGHTS  Te    Wianipej anti St. Paul  Close Cosnectiens  Fer    Chico-fo. Toronto.  - Montreal ana  All Points East & West  Acetylene    Lighted   ��������� Cars,  Family Tourist Sleepers,  Palace - Sleeping Cars  Dime   . Cars (Meals a  la  Carlo).  Library Observation      Cars  Through     tickets and bag-  gag* checks to an points.  Steamship Tickets  For tickets, maps, berths  reservations     and complete  information    can,on or address...  S. Q. T*r-w  A.O.R.A.  Soattle,    .  TICKET   OFFIC  Cor. Government and Yates  Victoria, b c  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  3  a  i:  i.  E. R. Stephen  G.A.gIn. Ry  Vietoria.i B.b;  I  WANTED���������By     Chicago     wkolesnlo-,  house, special representative -(m_������ or  wouiaa) Ior each previnee ui Caaato.  Salary     $20 ������0     and expeases; naii  weekly.       Expensa meaey a-ra_ee_.  Business successful;     position poraaa-  nent.   No investment required. [' :Pro-';  vious  experience not tsseatial -to engaging.    ' '."���������'    ^;^  Address Maaager, 132 Lake. StEMA;  Chicago, 111., U.S.A.  M. J. HENRYS  NURSERIES,    QREENHOUSES  AND SEED HOUSES  gOlO WeatminBter Rood,  VANCOUVEfi, B.C  < -Headquarters     fer PACIFIC   - ..GR_*ftW , Garden,  FieM.    au������    Jewar  Seeds.  New   '.croo in stock ready  . tar: \  distribution, ask your  ,me*rc-anb   lar tkem in scal-  ei;nack������ts.    If ke does not  : kandla .^.j'tAnin we will pro-.  > '��������� #ay ..to j.your, (nearest: post-'  ���������__sei_It*f..,_Ta cent packets,  !  Ota* 'Section at g^od yarie-  '\.',.*tle5i:?>for-' JU.OO . to. intro-  ii;:.OUca;t_������*_i.^ '-. ��������� |".';"'.''���������''-.  ���������!;.tfiijgi    stack'. #1      Home  /   ;������������OWN Fruit and Orna-  ���������;.-:'; ������_Mt*il  Trees   nowjiha- '"  '':,;/ vt������r^J7 * fo-f;.V.:.tHe Spring';  -A;:N*������/e^onne,    loss or.-de-  a  lay-al lunaigatioi or in- .  , ;.I;.*._HPiHa._. .  isLetfe.-iipeT;   pric* ^fou^' list  before* placing your /order.  Greenhouse   Plants, Floral  FackagaS,   ,_>rtflizers, etc.  ONE   IS THE S  "NORTH   COAST   LIMITE������.  Tlie Electric Li^htad Train to.  East  Ticliets on sale to an Eastern}  Southern points at lowest .rates. |  Up-to-date     Pulhaan ��������� and     Toti 1  ' ��������� \l  sleepers      on  all trains.' Dining '  service Unsurpassed.  Steamship Tickets   on sale to  from all Eui cpean Points.   Cabin :  commodation reserved by wire.  For     furth������r  write the ollice.  A. D.  Charlton  A.G.P.A,   N.P.  Portland, Ore.  particulars    call  -   Phone UaiD  E.  E. BiackiC  ,   General Aj\  Victoria;  Are You  i  Going East  Then ke sure your tickets reatj  th*  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also language-, drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water col-  irs, pianoforte and vocal lessons giv-  ���������:n in classes or individually.  Ladysmith,  MrSS  BERTRAM,  B    _.   o ���������-  THeCITYKSR...  R. Williamson Prop  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B G.  PAINTINQ,'       PAPEKHANQINO  "������������������������������������������������������ .i:'"fine-������������������ :  Work done properly and^ at    rleht  prices.     A full line ef Tfali    Paper.  an. Painter'c. Supplies   Residence on  Reberte Street  J. B. SMITH, Pron  The  only  line now, making    UNI-f  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAl^-i  and     MINNEAPOLIS    witk      4  through    trains    from    tha    Pacff  Coast.        ���������-., y  THE SHORTEST LINE, *_W  FINEST TRAINS, THE "LOWEsf  RATES,   THE FASTEST TIME:i  BETWEEN   ��������������������������� * i  [MINNEAPOLIS, ST.. PAUL, ������l]  CAGO, OMAHA, KANSAS ������_|  and ALL POINTS.EAST.  For complete information ask y/i  local agent or write, j]  "���������_-���������-���������' F. w. parke|  General  ig(!  7.0 2nd Ave., Seattle^  For high      class ������tatieanry call at  Knight's  llook Stare.  IMI_____fl___|___M___________SS_--  1 here Is no ether mediciac manufactured that has received so i������.Meh  praise and so many exprcssious ol  gratitude as* Chasuberiaia's Couj^h  Remedy.     It is effective, ������*������* prompt  relief follows its use.     _rateful  parents   everywhere   do ae't hesitate to  testify to   ita    merits far the Benefit  of others.      It     is a certa-i* cure fur  cro������;> and win prevent tke attack   11  ���������riven   at  the first  appearance of   the  disease.      It ix especially adapted  to  children,   as    it   is pleasant   te   take  and    cantains   nothing injurious.   Mr-  E. A. Humphreys, a well known resident and clerk ia the store af    Mr.  Locke, of     Auce, Cake Colony, South  africa, says:     "1 have used Chamber  Iain's      Cough      Remedy  to  ward  oil  croup     and     eelds in my family.      I  found it very satisfactory and it. glives  me pleasure to recommend  it."    For  sale by The Ladysmitli Pharmacy.  *0-3.^-Ia"'_v!,^-3.-*������;??-.*0-v*.-0 ^M-^.^4 -^���������.**^.*������l������*''_r������"'-4  !  i  I  I  !  I  A  THE TYEE COPPER CO, Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Wor_cs_ at  LA DYSMITH  C.  I  a>'fe*'*i_*'-*^������^--iiHi--'<^^--i_ft-fea\-'!_^^  HEAD OFFIfSB  DUNCANS STATION,  Vancouver island, 8. G.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  .General Manager.  If yeu like���������-  A  Binootk,  easy  shave1,  an even,  well-lnisied     keard trim, a good  bath, or a stylish Hair-cut.  Toy will ge to  WDYSMlTH SHAVING  rVWWORS  HIGH STREET.  ..Dea ers In  LADYSMITH BAKERY  .'���������   ..' ,.' ;��������� ":!   ' .'      ���������';  HOP LBE A CO.  ON THEHfPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLi  BAKED AN������ FRESH.  Cenfactlenaryof all kinds.  Ordero.taken fiwc Pastries to be delivered at any time.  '   Employment Agency.  nos ani  Organs..  Ladysn.lth, B.C  Dr.  Ladysmith  O. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  IT8        B.  C.  FACTORY  Uaiinfacturers of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSO.l  '''''.���������������������������  Noae b*   Vnion Labor    Employed  ������1 J. BOOTH, Prop  Dier can be fou'Hd at any tin*-!  at his office on Gatacr,- st. ,1BS    jj  tal   work  is   giarantasd   <a  ke  ft  class and rates reasc_a������la ail  *  HILBERT  a-_____5____ I **-"+j pVv.. ajw** ir-j. ni*4'_.^_������ii_? v.~J������-_  i'l  I  v.  I  DAILY LBDG3R  I  if  it  \  +*+'i~HrHr+',  *������:������l.������-> ���������l~Ht''%"H^������-,r������f������H ���������!��������� ������ ���������!������������������������!  Union  Brewing  NANAIMO    B. C  manufacturers of the  In  and Porter  PIANOS,  ������������ ���������-*���������������������������������������������*������������������������������-������������������-'.������������������ ���������.  Sunlight Soap is better than other soaps,  but is best when used in the Sunlight way.  To appreciate the simplicity and ease of  washing with Sunlight Soap in the Sunlight  way you should follow directions.  After rubbing on the soap, roll up each  piece, immerse in the water, and go away.  i    Lager Beer  I    ���������d from the Best  ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'������������������M t Ittt-Ht t ���������+ ��������� 4 4++4-4-44~44-r++-*~t ���������++���������*' *������������������-* '  LAC /SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  ORGANS AND HOUSEHOLD ; KURNITURT*  ED PROMPTLY X.  ND SAFELY  Sunlight Soap  vvill do its work in thirty to sixty minutes.  Your clothes will be cleaner and whiter than if washed  in the old-fashioned way with b6iier and hard rubbing.  Equally good with hard or soft water.  Lover nrothors Limited,  Toronto  Stables in tha- re-ai of the Ladysniith hotel.  Abbots font  I>*ave orders  * t .  ^ t s  A. J. WASKET, PROF?  ���������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������-������������������*-���������������. ������������������->������ + * *���������������������������������������������������  Miners' Drilling Machines,  '.    -' , ii. ..    "  Made to order and Repaired at'shtut' ^notice.'  Drill  Sharpened by  us   ���������  ways gives satisfaction.  Picks hand! ."d and repaired. ,*" r ���������"���������  Shipsrnitliirig  -iri^-nW^.-Ufc*.._!_rancties  Horseshcers ai'u ���������flenej'*!* lilack^mitns.  R. LAWSON  Bullet* Streei   -      - . '-      -   l_ady������m iih, B ^  rav_**_*������*_-fc_"K_*������+������-*_:*������-iM*'*^  *  ft  *****  ���������*���������������*���������-  iti  LIVEi-JY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  .  | 11 EXPRESS  WORK   A  SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  w_ :_.__-,. LADYSYllT  *  '���������r  ���������������  1  GAME aND FOREST  {WARDEN'S REPOT  The following from tho first report  of the Provincial Game and Forest  Warden may be of interest to local  hunters:  Pit-lamping.  Tho   practice     of using pit lamps  should be stopped at all costsf There  is a tremendous lot of it done    on  Vancouver Island and all along    the  coast.     It   1ms   not   only been   the  cause of a great many cattle    being  killed, numbers of deer wounded    to  get away and die a lingering death,  does and fawns being iiadlscriuiinate-  ly shot, but it has also led to loss  of human life.   The game   warden or  Constable who, in pursuit of his duty  gocs>    out      to prevent this practice,  runs serious risk of his life, as it is  absolutely    necessary to follow    the  man till he shoots at or kills a deer.  ,lf his presence is known his time   is  wasted;   und if it is not known,   ho  .stands a good chance of getting shot  by mistake.    Then,  if ho does,   after  taking his life in his hand, obtain a  conviction,  the chances aro the   ninn  convicted    gets off with a light fine.  There is one,   and  only one,   way of  Putting a  stop   to  pil-lnmping,   nnd  that is by making the act of using a  pit-lamp a Telony. punishable by tne  or two years' imprisonment.  Protection of Moose.  I recommend   that moose be,absolutely protected in British Columbia,  south  of the  Canadian    Pacific  railway, for the next five years, and that  an increased penalty bo imposed   for  killing them.       At  the present  time  there are still a  few moose lefc  East Kootenay and  they should  allowed  to  increase.  Protection of Elk on  Island.  I  does not accompany his trophies, as  they have generally to be prepared  for shipment, and to hold the head  till these inquiries were made would  cause  considerable  annoyance, or  might result in thc head being spoilt  This tag system is now in use in  Ontario and other places, and has  beenfound to work satisfactorily.  Black Game ancl Capercailzie.  As there is a strong probability of  some of these birds being imported  into the Province during the coming  year.it will be necessary to put them  on the protected list.  in  be  Jf PHONE 66  >'���������'������������������    - i   '      ''  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Biik- 'ht.'SiU  SEE J.   KEMl*.  OR LEAVE    ORDERS  WITH  - W. CARTER,-  FIRST AVENUE  PHONE     6-0  W. SILER.  GENEKAL LXPRESS AND  DELIVEEY  WORK PROMPTLY DO \' K.  ,     Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  DRUIDS  UNITEB   ANCIENT      ORDER   OF.  ���������'��������������� "���������   V'fl *   ������N "tAO-b uoj-u-'na-iY!,  ���������-*_ 'li������H   _' 0   6 -I aW "������!   S)MM  _-f.s-_.ith,.   the   Second   aad     fourth  Wednesdays of each month, commenc-  "S06I "-WBI "A'-epsaupoii %'**  Visiting Druids     are invited te attend. -.."'.-'  By Order.  WM. RAFTER, Reef Secty.  PATRICK BURK. N. A.  BOOTS and SHOES  C-i  AT RIGHT PRICES  Repaying and Making  ) Orderlal Specialty  thoHas   mcewaiv  t-  1st Avenue.   Ladyp_itb, B. C.  trmEfrmmrrmtAM-wyiim^^jfif^gmi^KMmuim^iiM.mv^r^iirrfr..  j(^Srse fMJIi]  <f;W  t'.jr   no you     >yjif  1<3 ���������-. L'9wi_e��������� n\\  Any  Kind  of  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  At  TBE  LEDGER  Office  JSHOHOi  1st Avenue  Vancou  yer  recommend   that    an   Order - in  Council be passed to stop tho shooting of     wapiti on Vancouver Island  after the season ol 1906.    I think it  advisable    to   give sufficient    notice .  that these  animals are going   to  be '  protected,  as huelj   the Game Book 1  has been advertising the sport     '  of'  this country, and  people should have j  time  to know they cannot kill wapiti.  iUl  ON THE COAST  i i  Protection of Bear. I  At the present    time   non-residents  are not compelled  to lake out a licence for hunting bear.     This fact has  been the ' means   of considerable Joss  to  the Province,  ns  from .10 to     L">  non-residents     were     in   (lie country  last spring and summer for the sole  purpose of hunting  bear.  ' Bears aic gctlintr .scarce all     over  the southern  part   of  this continent,  aad the grizzly especially so,        and  more  people  are  looking for        now  hunting grounds  for them,   and  their  is no reason why boar should not bo  as valuable an asset to the Province  jS   asany other kind  of game..   Another  jfilj reason why bear should be placed on  the protected  list is that they,      al  present,   afford non-residents  an     excuse for   not  taking      out a hunting  licence.     They can say they are only  going to hunt bear, and may in reality bo after moose or any other kind  of     big   game.       IP   they kill their  moose,   they may or may hot      pay  their fee,  according     to   where they  are and what are the chances'       of  avoiding doing so.      This makes   -a  lot of work watching that those so-  called bear hunters    do not kill  any  other kind of     game.    It is akiiown I board  fact that several people have-evaded  the  licence under this excuse.  .Exportation  of Game Trophies  With  regard   to   the  exportation.-.of,  trophies from the     Province by nonresidents who have taken out a hunt  ing licence,     there has been     a good  deal of trouble in determining whether the shipper has obtained a licence  or not.     To  do- away with     this  difficulty ami  make it easier to    prevent  the  illegal  exportation  of    the  heads of game animals, I recommend  that a now form of licence bo issued,  with tags attached for each different  kind of game,   and that it be necessary to have one of  those tags    attached to each head before it can be  shipped,   and  that  all heads bo shipped in open  crates,  so  that the tag  can be got al. Under tho present  condition of the' law, it is hard to  tell whether it is lawful or not for  a head to be shipped, till exhaustive inquiries have been made as to  whether the shipper has n licence or  not.     As a general thing,   the  owner  From the bill, of which notice .was  given in the house and which has  since hjeen printed., it will be seen  that ATcGill university proposes to  establish a college at the coast, and  as far as is known at present, Vancouver is to be the chosen spot.  The scheme has been developed by  Prol. Tory who paid a visit to Van  couver and Victoria six months ago  for the purpose of negotiating for a  site and ascertaining what local financial aid would be forthcoming. It  is understood that his aogotiations  were satisfactory hence the measure  now before the legislature. In the  first instance the college will house  a single faculty, science, aod mining  will be thc chief studies.  This decision has been forced upon  thu organizers  by the fact that Bri.  tish Columbia is the most important  mining section  of  the Dominion and  at present students have to go from  here     to     McGill for  their ordinary  course    and come back every season  with the     summer    school  for their  mining practice.      This  will  be     remedied by the proposed college which  wijl be affiliated with McGill.     It is  also    understood     that  tho  wealthy  eastern   benefactors    of  that  institution have promised to contribute lib  erally  to  the establishment   of      the  new college, and as it  will form the'  nucleus      of. a  provincial university,  there is no doubt us to its popularity and should be none as to its sue  cess.  In the bill provision is made for  government representation on the  of; management and power is  taken to conduct any part of tho  higher .education now in the hands of  the high schools of the province.  Nothing is said about an endowment  and that will be left for the future,  and will largely depend on whether  tho new departure now proposed is  found adequate or whether as is desired by many of the leading educationalists, a provincial university is  established, by the government to bo  directly supported from the public  fund*.  , proien  by     the face  that the jewel- f  di-'s  dummy clocks  have shown     the I  time since the early part of the last  century. -      "��������� J  All the clocks prior to 1S61 did  not show that time any more than  they do today. Some of them show  five minutes to one, some fourteen  minutes to nine and'other positions,  but in nearly all tho hands are eqiii- \  distant from the figure twelve. j  As far as 18 minutes after 8 or1  18 minutes to 4 is concerned,* ���������-this,  is most symmetrical, the first being  one-third the distance from 12, and  the second two-thircs. In this position they leave a long sweep abovo  for the imprint, of the jeweler's name  and a diagram of the seconds dial  when, such is used.  Tfow the Lincoln story got into  circulation we do not know, unless it  was the offspring of some reporter's  imagination. It    has undoubtedly  been kept alive for business as    well  las sentimental reasons.  A certain dummy clock maker in  New York' has obtained considerable  advertising on several occasions tjy  telling a story to reporters about a  jeweler rushing into his father's  place after Lincoln was shot, and  asking him to paint the face on the  dummy clock lie hud ordered at 3 8  minute* after 8 to represent.the hour  that Lincoln died; that his father  liked the position of the hands in  that way and used it on subsequent  clocks, making a stoncil from which  all markings were done.  The story,  as it goes around,      in  most cases is to tho effect that after  Lincoln  was shot,  a mooting of   the  National Jewelers' Association,      bo-'  ing then in session, the Jewelers   re-  solvetf     to perpetuate the time     on  their signs,  and the resolution    was  adopted  to, this effect;  but inasmuch  as     there was.no National Jewelers'  Association at     that time���������in     fact,  there was no meeting  of jewelers   of  which  we have any record���������tho story  is a yarn    lon its face, even if     the  proof was not clear that such a Position of the hand had been common  prior .to 1861.  EABNCAS  In Your Leisure Tli|  If you could start at once in a I  '" \ s which would add a good r|  Mini to yo>i.- present earnings���������VI  OUT    INVESTING    A   DOLLAR���������wOll  you do it? ,, /1  Well, we are willing to start yl  a profitable business and w������ dbn'J  you to put up any kind of a������dollarl  Our proposition is this : j Wei  .ship you the Chatham Incubator]  Brooder, freight prepaid, and  You Pay  No Gash  After 1906 Harvest!  Poultry raising pays. '  People who tell you that there I  money in raising chicks may have)  to make money in the business by f  setting hens as haUrhers, and]  might as,well have tried to loci  gold mine in the cabbage patch.1 f  business of a hen is���������to lay eggs,  a hatcher and brooder she is|  classed. That's the business  Chatham 'Incubator and Brooder!  they do it perfectly and successful  The poultry business, properlyl  ducted, pays far better than any T  business for the amount of Lima,  money invested.  Thousands of poultry-raisers  and women all over Canada anl  United States���������have proved to [  satisfaction that it.is profitable tol  chicks with the  i  Mo. 1��������� W E_f������  ������No. 2���������120 mi,  No. 1���������240 Ug*  T  OT CANADA  (From thc Wall Sl.reeti Journal.)  They have a way of doing some  things in Canada better than in the  United States. For instance, the  courts there often move with more  vigor than in this country. Over ono  hundred plumbers have, within a few'  days, been arraigned in a court in  Toronto charged with conspiracy in  agreeing upon unjust charges for  their services. Thirty-eight of these  plumbers were fined by the chancellor to an amouait aggregatiri"*  -50.  Chancellor  on  this  culnted  Of  ������10,-  Boyd   in   his   comments  case,   said  some  things   cal-  to   make   some people   think.    |  special interest, however,  is the j **  chancellor's discussion of the duty of  attorneys    in giving advice to  business men engaged  in such enterprises  as   these.    The  chancellor   says  that  the lawyer.may. advise the' people entering into a combination as to the  area  of ,egal safety,  and tlie area of  that  which  is forbidden  by law,  but  if   he     is     a    worthy ineriiber of his  profession he will  warn   thfim of   the  danger they run,, and strenuously-dissuade them    from    engaging in     any  undertaking*  likely  to  bo morally  reprehensible,   although it  may bo 'legally permissible.    In other words.���������hei  will   enforce .Whatley's  maxim     that  people may  have  the right  to do    ai  thing which it is not right todo.  How mamy lawyers are  -thorp    who j  adopt  this  rule,of conduct- in   their!  advice  to   financiers  and   corporation  managers?    How   many   lawyers   ad-    1891.  CHATHAM INCUBA  AND BROODER]  "Yours is tho flrsb incubntorl ha  used, and I wish lo staire I had|  chicks out of 52 eggs. This was i  first lot; truly a 100 per cent, hat.  , I am well pleased with my lncubal  and brooder. Thos. MoN_ughto  Chilliwack, B.C."  "My first hatch came oft Lt  170 line chicks from 190 eggs. - \V  can beat that for tho -Qr*.l trial,  ao early in tho spring. I am  pleased with incubator, and  <*> could not pet another money ������  not buy it from me. Every fcu-r  should have a No. 3 Chathum In  bator.���������If. W. Kams_v, Dunnvli  Ont."  "The incubator you furnished i  works exceediiiRly well,   lt is easl  operated, and only needs aboat|  minutes  attention every day. ���������  McGuffik, Moose Jaw, Ansa."  - The Chatham Incubator and Br  is honestly constructed. There |  humbug about it. Every inch of mi  is thoroughly tested, the' macbiJ  built on right principles, the insul  ia perfect, thermometer reliable/  the workmanship the best. -  The Chatham Incubator and Br  is -simple as well as scientific ir  struction���������a woman or girl can op  the machine in their leisure mom'e  You pay us no cash until after  harvest. \  Send us your name aud addr'eJ  a post card to-day.  '    *-.  We can supply you' quickly frojj  distributing warehouses at Calgary,'  don, Regina, "Winnipeg, New Wcstmi  B.C.. Montreal, Halifax, Chatham., Ai  all correspondence to Chatham.  ^Manson Campbell Co.,j  Dept. 15 ACHATHAM, CANAl  Factories at Chatham, O.vt., and D_-j  Let us quote you p  on a good Fanning  or good Farm Scale  vise a corporation that while i|  be'legal to' do this or that, ye  not     morally   right   for   it- 1  One of the evils which have at|  the commercialism of the leg  fession  has  been that,. tempte  niagnificant retainers,  it has  out the way of what President I  velt has called "legal dishonest  London,    Feb.     i.���������juord    ill  j /Samuel    Cunlifie Lister)   tho  ' toe  of many inventions,   incluc  .compressed    air brake for rail|  and a wood combing machine;  today    at    Swinton Abbey,  (county of York;     He was bbij  1815,  and was created a bare  I  _i___7_^7_77_r_  HOUR OF  LINCOLN'S DEATH  cornors Hie! CriHcs  A financial saving -  nolhrng.-buf'-ashej  in Mid pan.  A   Jamaican  Lady  Speaks  Highly of  Chamberlain's  Cough  Remedy.  Mrs.  Micliaol  Hart,  wife ef  the super in tendon t of Cart Service at Kingston,  Jamaica,  West Indies Islands,  says   tbat she has   fer.some years used  Chamberlain's  Cough   Remedy for  coughs,      croup and  -. '-.ooping cough  and  Ims found  it very  beneficial.   She  has     implicit      confidence  in it  and  would not   be without   a hotfle   of it  in      her  home.    Sold  by  Ladysmith  Pharmacy._   >G  Ladysmith Temple No.  5  Rathhose  Sisters meets at the Oddfellows' hall  2nd   and   4th  Tuesday  at  7.30   p.m.  Mrs.  Kate Tate secretary.  nmpeg,  i������������Si  Vancouver, St. Jo__, N.B.  RubJi&rs, rubbers, rubers, at Simon  /eiser & Co's., Ltd.  Sunlight Soap ia hotter than other scapo,  but is best whoii used in tho Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Soap and follow directions.  STOCK IS COMPLETE  II CENTS' FMSIGJ  Mens' Clothing, Boys' and Youths*  Mons' White Dress Shirts, Bowi-a, $a>  cms Negligee Shirts in Faney Pat  terns, Linen and Celluloid Collars,  Sufi's, Neckties, and Suspenders in  large varieties.    In Youths' Boys' and  a,ua Japan^j-e^ Initial  also ia Ladies' Sam**,  .   Boats and Shoes ii  Mens',      silk  Handkerchiefs,  silk  and      lituc-u  all Sizes.  Dou't ior_st the place, on High St  Next to Hardware Store.  John  J.  THOMAS.  It seems to be a general impression that the exact minute when Liu  coin was shot isr marked by tho  hands of every jeweler's sign watch���������  an impression which seems to have  been given   tho jewelers   themselves.  The baselessness of this yarn that  has gone all over the country, is to  be seen at onc_ from the fact that  President Lincoln was shot by  Booth at about. 11.30 o'clock \n the  evening, and died about ten o'clock  the following morning. Therefore'  the clocks do not represent the time  of the event. That they were not  intended   to   represent  such  time      is  Dear Mother  Your little ones are a constant care in  Fall and Winter weather. , They will  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh's  Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it has clone for so many ? It is said  to be the only reliable remedy lor all  diseases of the air passages in children,  his absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take. It is guaranteed to cure or your money  is returned. The price is 25c. per bottle,  and all dealers in medicine sell 3,4  ���������SHILOH  Thi's remedy should be in every household.  t'oNSU  pav  Water  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATERS WORKS  ers are re**tu*sut"-_ te call at    tke effiee     om Roberts  Rates,  Stit  month.  between the lOth    aad the 25th of eaeh  Office Hours I P.M. 4.30     P.  J. I BLAND  J      SUPERINTENDENT;  .__ra_i__a_i___afo  Public  Notice  Attention Is called to lhe  fact that tha  Ogilvie   Flour Hills Co,   Limitejj  makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR, have for some *_*-_]  past been producing floHr in a vastly improved and pirifierl ���������form!  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control of    all the basic patents relating theij  to, take this opportunity of a dvising  the public  that any  orized users of the electrical   flour purifying processes  will 'ie pi |  -ecuted. .^__BB  Ogilvie Flour Mills Conspftny I_5m<i  are the    only    millers ia Canada wloaa     Fiov'l  I   > r  J ii 3 t IT i B  _.*>-)!_ 3-U  ���������V,-*Jf������.  ������������������v',������*_._i. "V;--'  THE    DAILY    LEDGER  as  23-  LOCAL ITEMS  Miss E. Dob-x-aa wMl give leseens  ( Vocal Culture. Pkcaeiag. Manage  ment and central ef krea/ak. tone  production, aJaciaatly tougnit. Fer  l>articulars apply Bee 12, or Pkene  116, Nanahne.  Smoke Little B. Cigaia.  Thc   Excelsior    Clu,b*.s dance comes  off in Gould's Hall this lafening.  *��������� "  Tlie Basketball match, Ladysmith  vs. Westminster, scheduled for tho  Oth, has been declared oft.  Mayor Nicholson look a' trip down  the hue this morning, returning at  noon.  The fuii:".il of the late lienr.'Steel  will lake place tomorrow afternoon  ot 2 o ''clock to the C_mrch of England, not Thursday, as previously  announced.  A Valentine .(lance iwill be given by  lhc Laurel Rebekahs on Wednesday,  Fej. 14th. Admission $1.per collide.     Extra   ladies 25 cents.  Judge Fred Young came over'from  Vancouver on the Amur and while  lhat hoal was coaiHm-g spent the time  loft-l'ing up ������'{' friends in this city.  1 le k<*cs north on tlie Amur this irip  and is accompanied by his son and.  iwVs. Young.  Rev. anil Mrs. Rowen went down  lo Victoria on the morning train.  Mr. Bo wen will return tomorrow brut  Mrs. Bowen will cross to Vancouver  where she will spend a few days  with Mrs. J. Bum.  ASK  YOUR  GROCER FOR  CUPONS  WHEN YOU PURCHASE  WHITE SWAN   SOAP  YOU MAY WIN A SINGER SEWING MACHINE}  performed before a Ladysmith audience for several seasons.  Rehearsals for the play are going  on most saliisincto.-ily and by Friday  the actors will have perfected their  parts and will be, able iogivca  splendid entertainment.  Don't forget that by atLendi.no* the  entnirtainniont you will be aiding the  Span  _*.,i\.ii-id funds.  THE  GRIP.  (i  "- -iore  wc can sympathize      with  oth '���������*,     we must have.suffered enr-  srl.es"   No  one can  realize tho  sufi-  (���������lina  attendant upon an  attack     ol  gripp.   unless   lie Was   had the  acturi  i*_p.rienee.    There is probrbly ne dis-  ^r***-      that  causes so much physical  .it-''  mcirtal agony   er which so   su-  cessfiiilv defies med'cai aid.   Alid.n--  remedy,   not .one case  kas ever  been  reported   that has resulted  ia  piieu-  monia or that kas not recevered..For  sale by  the Ladysmitk Pharmacy.    ��������������� .  CORRECT ATTIRE  When   our   country was in.the log  cabin stag������    of it's    growth, correct  dress    was    not held in high regard,  and obi iously so.   The stout hearted .  pioneers  were  too busy hewing paths  and blazing  trails  to cultivate, life's  finer side.        Their's was thc rough  work of held    and camp, of h&romar  and saw.   But   times, men and'man-'  ners, have    changed, and anew conception of dress has sprang-up.    Es-.  pecial'y,    youfng     men recognize the  direct    relation     o! correct dress in  business  and   social  preferment.  The  well dressed     man oarries his introduction witii him���������he     is master of  himsolf    and of the     situation.     He  15 Designs  j*  BURIAL  Thc burial of the late Henry Steele  will take.' place in the Larlysinith  tcmctcry tomorrow, Wednesday. The  fimeral precession leaves the residence on Roberts .street, of Mis.Jas.  Vcre at 2 o'clock, proceeding _o the  Church of En-gland, where-.services  will he conducted by the rector.  Friends   and     acquaintances of the  family are invited to attend.  ' o  MARINE  The Abbey Paimc,r, which has been  lying at the wharf for some weeks,  commenced loading ' a cargo lof coal  today.  ������-������"������������������      *__-      -__*���������  ���������������������*������������������������ ���������  S. S.  A mm* coated here this morning on her wav   north,  ���������ft-*-*  Transfer    and     .Georgian    were in  port this morning.       "'    ���������  S<i J3. Otter and scow took, on pop, 1  this morning,  for the M-ainland.  Miniature Book of B.  Knight's Book Store.  C. Views at  DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT  ; As nvilt Hie seen hy the progtanimc  published in this issue, Mr. F. G.  Ash ton, the music; master whose advertisement appears elsewhere in  this issue, ���������is'.*to..give selections on  the piano at the- Lyric Dramatic  ('Ui'b ������interLaiumch't in aid of the  Recreation fund, Friday evening. Mr.  Ash ton's-..'playing will, in .itself be  w0rth going to. hear, and all lovers  of music should take i1 :��������� opportu-iiitv  of. hearing him. lie is one of thc  most, accomplished  1 i:-.nists who'have  -ler  from  tke grip, however, may  ha I commands   the respect of others be-  !"e; 'ed  by the piompt use of Cham-j cause he shows that he respects him  Itt-rl.iin's Cough Remedy.    Among the . self,  feus of thousands who have used .this I    It is true that there are some men  "THE TWO BONNYCASLES"  PROGRAMME  A  HEIIT MUSICAL FARCE IN TWO ACTS.'  CHARACTERS  Mr.  Smuggins, a lawyer   Mr.     George Hideout  John James     Johnsc n, in lo\'e with .Smug>t-in's neice Mr. Hy Glastonbury  Benjamin    Bonnycastle, ums^iierading   as Sinuygin's clerk  ...J   Mr. Jack Ranelagh  Miss Helen Wyndeatt,. Smuggin's neice,      Miss Polly Ashford  Patty, a maid servant    Miss     Juliette-Browne  Mrs. Bonnycastle,     _. Miss     A_ele Briere  ACT t.   Room  in Smu-^tn's House. >  ACT II.   Same.      Time, present.-  Produced under the direction of Mr.  Claude   Winning ton and Mr. Frank  A. S..  Vincent.  BETWEEN   ACTS.  "Ameritan"  "Canadian"  "English"  ALL SIZES  ALL WEIGHTS  ALL PRICES  We make a Specialty of House  Furnishing���������Linoleums Laid  and Curtains Draped Fiei  Walters &  Akenhead  Dangers      ef   " Celd  aad Hew      te  Avoid Then*.  Mora fatalities lu's their erigia ia  or result from a cold  tlian from any  other- cause.    This fact alone sheuld  make people mora careful  as    there  is no  danger  whatever  from  a ceid  when it is properly treated ia the beginning.   For many years Chaj_bfer-  lain's Cough Remedy has been   rec-  ogaizod as the most prompt and   effectual  medicine  ia use for  this disease.   It acts on   nature's plan, loes-  ens  the cougk, ��������� relieves tlie lungs, opens the secretions and  aids nature in  restoring    the system     te a healthy  condition.     Sold by  the Ladysmith  Pharmacy.  WOT������0_]  ���������   - - Mortgage Sale  Under and ky virtue of the powers  con (.lined is a ceri_i_ Mort_a<ge  which will be produced at the time  of the sale, there 'will ke offered for  sale b'| hi'idir auction on Faturhay  !������������.. *kd., ; 190(5, at tke hour of 10  o'clock in the forenoon, at the Lew  Office of M. R. Simpson, in the city  of Ladysmith, B. C, by G. R.  Thom-m, the following property: Lot  nine (9) kioek alsety-seveu, (97)  and Vjuildings thereon, s tua-ued ou  Baden Powell street, iu the City of  Ladysmith.  ' Terms ef payment ean tie arranged  vill* the Mortgagor or his Solicitor.  For further particulars and coudi-  lions of sale applv to  RUSSELL SIMPSON  Solicitor for the Mortgagee.  Dated ab Ladysniith this 29tk day  of January, A.   D., 1988. P  We hiTc ��������� few (Fall Blouses left, which we will  Sell at very tew Prices. All these goods are New  Purchases-* bat our Spring Stock of Blouses will  soon be here and we must make room  FANCY FUHIETTE BLOUSES $1.50 foi 85C.  "   $1.25 for 75C.  Remember we have only a few of these Blouses  left and cannot guarantee Sizes  SIMON LEISER &C0 Ltd.  GAT ACRE. ST  LADYSMITH  of wealth and position who slur  their clothes and even some who  feign  to   scorn  the niceties of dress.  The habits of a careless youth have  left their imprint on such men, and  it.is quite certain that their disdain  of dress played no part in their success and detracts measurably  from their enjoyment of it, for, after all, the ripest fruit of success is  the esteem of one's fellows, and who  can esteem the sloven? In talking  to a man one's attention naturally  roves to his clothes, his hair, his  teeth and his finger nails. Dandruff  on the shoulder, stains on thc waistcoat and unshaven face, untidy hair  and creases in the coat proclaim in  trumpet tones that a man lacks the  truest refinement, respect of self.   1 o =   Smoke Big B.  Cigars.  Piano  Solo,    Mr.   Frank  G.' Ash ton, of -Guildhall School and Trini  lege of Music, London.    Recitation ,    Mr.  Hugh Thormley.  /in  ty Col-      n  ulev       --I-or-  ADMISSION 50   CENTS,    GENTS,    25     CENTS  OPEN     7.30.   Commence    "8     o:cl0ck Sharp.  EXTRA.       DOORS  ������_!  -������_     '���������<*,      _r*.  ie's Zephyr Mas  ���������35c. Ti������-  ���������_*'l*^-*-i"t^-i-*'I"t-I"J">-I-^-J*'t-l-4"i*  Smith's Swiss Mas  ���������25c. Tin���������  HM-***-M'*+*-i-*-*-M*4"M--J"M"  Ramsay's Empire Sodas  ���������25c. Tin���������  p,. Oatmeal,  Graham Wafer8  ���������35c. Tin���������  Mss Bertram' desires to, call the  attention of the pmhlic to the fact  that she has been a faithful and .may  with fairness claim to be a competent, instructor -jn music or other  branches for children, She has been  f .;* 'some years a resident of Ladysniith, through bad as well as-better  times, and respectfully refc-jucsts the  continuance of a fair patronage' for  her school an<i music class.  .   Rememjier ti*e     place to get writing material is Knight's Book Store  MUSIC  Pianoforte and Vocal Music thoroughly (aught hy Frank G. Aslilon of  tho Guildhall School and Trinity College of Music, London, England.  Pupil of the late Thomas Wangham,  *���������*������������������������������������*���������.   Hoc, (irgiuisl,     Bromj-'lbn,  Or.uoi;     '.nndon.  Mr. Aslilon is now resident in Ladysmilh and prepared t<> take pupils . Hani nay and Theory a Spe  ciaity. Terms, etc., on application.  P.  O.   BOX   292.  New     Pictorial    P.ost  Knight's, Book Store.  . .������������������o -  Cards  at  Smoke Big B. Cigars.  It is scarcely 50 years since the  first friction matches were invented.-  They  were merely  splinters  or sha"*'-  gs      of wood  tipped  with   sulphur.  he sulphur   would   burst   into (lame  on being, clipped into a bottle of phos  phorus.  Latest magazines at Knight's.  think they live to a great age, as  there are few- men over fifty years of  age among them. Eight died last  year. The Eskimo is very mwch like  the Indian. Tie will do anything to  get liquor.  " __________  WATCHES  We are* now showing a Large Stock of  Handsome Watches; Ladies and Gents  RINGS  and Other Jewelrv of First Class Quality  i  8  B.FOkCIMriER  WATCHMAKEK.   JEWELER,  OPTICIAN  First Avenue,    X   X   X      Ladysmith,  B. C   o-  COIJGH RI-'MED'Y  PAINTING   AND   l'APERHANGING  r-M"I"  "!���������-���������---!"<~*  ..;.. !..-..<..���������  ! A Complete and Fresh Line ot  Ciirisfe's Biscuits  Always n Hand  BLAIR &  Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carries ot  Canton Centre, Conn, who has been  is the ,_ S. service for about sixteen  years, says: "We have tried many  cough mediciiaes for croup, but Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is king ot  all and oae te be relied ������a every time.  U'a also had ife t_a best remedy for  coughs aad colds giving certaia results and leaving ao bad after effects." F������r sxig by The Ladysmith  Pharmacy.  After this date the price, for bread  delivered at my Customers' houses  will be FIVE CENTS per loaf��������� 20  loaves for a dollar. My read is  guaranteed tho best made. Shops  run by white help should receive  white peoples' patronage so long as j  they are properly conducted, i solicit a trial as your Baker.  C. R. DOCILE,  THE WELLINGTON BAKERY    '  Neatly and Artistically Done  S. ROEDDNG  Orders Promptly   Executed   LADYSMITH  Notice  A. HOWE,!ofCHEMAINUS,has opened the rvlEAT-  (YIARKET lately    run by W. Ward, on Roberts street  WITH A FULL.LINE OF FIRST CLASS MEA1S  nd   Sausage a Specialty  A TRIAL SOLICITED  A.    HOWE  PLoae 20  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal lands nay  be purchased at $10 per _cre for soft, coal  aad  $20  for  anthracite.  Not more than  320 acres can be acquired by Me individual or company.   Reyalty at the  rate    of ten cents per ton of '4,000  pounds    shall     be oulleeted oa tho  gross output.  Quartz���������A fiaa miner's certificate is  granted upon payment in advanca ot  $7.50 per annum fer ao individual,  aad front (50 to $110 per annu_* for  a conipany, according f capital.  A     free miner,  having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500 x 1,500 feet. The fee fer re-  ce-din-r a claim  is $5.00  At least $!������������������ must be expended on  the claim each year or paid te the  niniag reeoi-er in lieu thereof. When  $5t0 bos beta expended or paid, tbe  locator may, ������pon having a aurvey  made, and upon complying with other requirement-, purchase the laad at  $1 an acre.  Tha j-atent provide- far tke payment of a royalty ef 2| per eaat en  the sale*.  PLACER mi-ing claims geierally  are 100 feet acjuare; entry fee J5, renewable yearly.  A free miner may obtaii twe Jaas  es to dredge for gold at five lailes  each for a term of twenty yeara, renewable at the dascretioB of tbe MIb-  ister of the Interior.  The lessee shall have a dredge li  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for. each, five miles.  Rental, $10 per annum for each mile  of river leased. Royalty^ at the rate  of 2 J per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy  of the Minister of the In  trior.  Smoke ��������� Big B. Cigars.'  -��������� o *  -  \/--^V^.-G. Fraser-  MerchantTailor,  (1st Avenue)  Pall Stock  on  hand. Call early and  get ypur choice  Stoves  We  ari-making them oi]the Newest ^Pattern and Lates*  ���������    Styles.',        /'  WB DO ALL KINDS OP FOU NDRY WORK  ���������ur Prices' art Reasona ble  SK������ OUR.  NEW 8T������VEfi IN BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  | -and at Lsdysmilh Hardware Company  LADYSniTH   IRON & STOVEuWORKS CO,,'LTD.  60 \ ears-  Marks  Ocbigns  cofvriohts ac.  Anyone lending a iketeTa and descrlpUnn ma-������  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  invention la probably patentable. Communications ntrlctly confidential. Handbook on Patents  ,ont free.. Ol.lest agency for securingjiatenta.  Patent* taken throusb Munu a Co: recely*  tptetal no((e������, without oharge. In the  Scientific Hmcrkan.  Ij������rife������t clr-  Terms, 93 a  \ handsomely lllnnt.rated weekly,  imiation of any ���������clenUflo-lournal.  reiu-: four montli*. |L Bold by��������� .1 newidealera  viUNN^Cow^-^NevvYorff  ,-��������������� -yr-^p  w*-r-^r-v���������v~  FREE  [ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY  Notice in " Inventive Age "  Book "How to'obtain Patents" m   __*____l ]  . Charge* moderate. No fee till patent is lecured. 1  f       Letters strictly confidential.   Address,        v  I E. 6. SIGGERS, patent Lawyer, Washington, D.C. j  ft . t ,   ...^.......   ......*a___  *r ipq������.-iir.|  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that I. Agnes Kni&nt,- will apply at the next  regular sitting of tlie liceiusing board  for the tra'-sfcr of the retail li-cihor  liciiisc held hy me for the premises  lately known as the Island Home Ho  tel, located on lot 3, block 20, in  the city of Ladysniith, B. C, to  George .Hannay, the above hotel lo  he known as The  1 to I el Cecil.  Signed,  ACNES KNIGHT..  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All  work guaranteed, aud at reas_.  able  rates.  R1S1DENCJB ANB OFFICE  Gatacre St. Ladysmith  'flPKN   AT   4LL HOURS  HAY, GRAIN and  FARM PROWJU  Ordars   will   be  dalivared  aaywlie.jf  la the city promptly ana. at the lo  est possible prices.  Learc orders at Christie's.  ��������������� ta������  RCKTiIanatl-.  James WarnocV  COMMERCIAL H0FEL  MR. aa������ MR9. T. J. THOMAS, late  ���������f   Meuat ������i������kw Hptel, aii at the  Palaa-. Mat������l, Nattiae, fcaTt    ....-  ���������Jaasei tkl   ..  ���������feiOl-UERGIAL HOTEL���������  aa Baugjks aTtreet, Victeria, ewesito  the city kali, aa< f������vite tkeir    aid  PATRONS AN������ FRIilMBS TO VIS  IT TJfflM WBWN BJ VI������-  TdRJA.  TENDERS.  ' Tenders will In reodiTea bry'tka un-  dersigaad up to Feb. lOtb, aext at  8 oiclock ft. ra., for supplying and  deliveri������g at the Skiigl* Mill, Lady-  smitla. .  40.pile. 4<t ft. leaf at least 1-1 in.  at t������p eaa. ; '  These piles ja_Bt . *b_ straight aud  cut frow greea -taadiaf timber and  dt-liverci aot later thaa 30 days alter acceptance af teaaer.  Lowest or a������y tender -pet necessarily a������eepte_.  '  The LADYMMIT8 LUMBBR CO.  Diaries lot 1916  at Bbaigiit's Be*������k  Store.  ....        ,        .    . v. .  M.R, SIMPSON  Solicitor, Et..  Money to   Loan  tjAvenue ���������       MDYSW1  ���������NOTICl  STtf  EXCELLENT  Train Service  _ ;' ���������rrwuN  CHICAQ0, L0MD0N,  MA1ILT0I, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, I0ST0N,  ' Aad tke "Trlaelu-l Bailaau Ceateri of  Ontario, Qu������b������c, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSI Tl IIFFalt, 1IW TBII AID  PMILAIELFHU, VIA MIAIARA FAILI.  Far X_a������ T*aiM, at*., a-Ureia  _IO. W. VAUX,  Atilat-it eea'l rajMaaaer ������������4 Ticket As������������t.  i������ Adah* at.. cHiaAaa, ill  Notice is hereby gj^en that I will  apply at the*next sitting of tke Municipal Licensing Board for the trans  fer of the retail     liquar liceoae held  hy mc for the Portland Hotel, si Una  ted on Lot 10, ; 'Block 4, First Av������-  iuie, to David Hynes.  JOHN GOGO  Russell Slmi^soa, Solioitec.  "CAPITAL   CAN  Bii SASILY- IN  TERESTED if your^ uusiaess is  sound and legitimate; we will re-organize yoiii on a money'earning basis;  new enterprises successfully promoted; incorporated; guaranteeing; underwriting; public wor^s financed;  corporate .securities V.tarketeil; write  us.  CORPORATION SERVICE  COMPANY, of America, Pennsylvania bid.,  Philadellhi������,  Pa.'  NOTICE.  From this dat* the undersigaed  will not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred a_cept oa a  written oraer signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V.   I.   EXPLORATION A DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C., May 18th, 190B������  '-%  i  ' _  '���������*���������_

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