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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Feb 19, 1906

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 The Ladysmit  ������SE__~  \ 11 Y  ��������� ���������������������������������> i  LE01SLAT1VB ASSEMBLY.  VOL-2  MONDAY,   FEB. ��������� 1(1, iflOfi  ''<���������'.  ti   ���������  ^ 20 100,      .f-j  PRX^:  ���������"   .-   sENT  LfM ������<33*S EXE  W  INCREASING PLANT     ,  FORMALTINGI  [To an English Company That Will Begin Work  af Once on These Well Known  Properties  CONVENTION OF  SCHOOL TRUSTEES  The Union Brewery Will Begin ThisjGood News is A'ways Read Wi(h   pleasUfe  Week to Install their Nc w j  Machinery  And will Hereafter Convert Each' Day  Four Thousai id Pounds of  .  Barley Into Wheat,  to Ladysmith the Information is  Most Welcome  Andi^r" *"*'  ^arro"   I-eft cn  t'ie   Morning  ; Train to Represent Board of  First  Session  Tlie Southern Cross  'Mines,  on Co- > nnd  the company lias, >.vithou|. doii|jl,,  huMesit Harbor Iia\c been sold     by J proy-rlics     1 i.n.1   are not,   prospects,  AIcssis.     I lawns,     Conway,   Erb   (of '  Clieniainiis)     .,nd    on;-   or two  other  'Iho mailing' l-l-tnt of the I nior.  Drewery has I ceil ii'di a cecit'i'/i sm-  ,.ess  that die v-o ,    '<'������������������>���������  v.-f  (iOi>in in'.- i  , lallation ol another lai������ts i������������������-_  .aing furnace, fans, etc., *IW* l  ialer Le supplied from  Nanaimo.   Ev-  i..   jjOuihi oi the .a'U'/ that.i.s mali-  <:   .a   .lu-  i iii.ii  Lie-Ann;, (. oinpany s  _,.L . ..  .n   . r .i h  ' ;,iiii .. i...  will be wise lot n.i...^.���������   .v.  ble   Iheir   malting plant  j vcar.     The entire plant  owners,   to  an English   syndicate iep-  rrMVitcd    by    Mr   II. Cecil of Lady-  sinitli, who has just  ictumed from  a  t-i ;  ly England.  'I'l'i-  : rice laid is not given  out for,  publication,  b'li   it may   be  s.Md   ih.il  .......    i  .  '   n '���������  < il   r.f   ������������������ ,">,! I ii,  'but     mines   thai   will   pay at   least  good dividends on'���������their  investment,  .Mr.   Cecil,   while   in   Kn.u;i;,n-1., ���������'or-  his companies  will  furnish .-������],  money   he.  requires   to  dm clop  purchase  any   properties   thai  judgment   decides  in   f,i\(J|   of.  the  and  his  The  I  Victoria Company's  property  take  notice   of this and consider thc of which a large part  iii.  w i.  IM.C  nier owners  retaining a comparatively small interest in  the stock of thc  company   that has bought  the  mines.  ,   The Southern Cross  proi-erty      is  GK  raising of    nioro barl-jy, as  the crop  floes well on    Vancouver   Island  arid  :at four thousand  pounds J prices are always fair.  ;er   day.     At the present |    Meantime it is a ' .stop forward   in  pound   of malt which the   material     progress of .the island that J well    and   favorably   known   locally.  'aclures    i.s used  by-   Lhe . tho large amount of money heretofore J Smelter    shipments  have absolutely  ry, and more i.s ro .uirpdjscnt foreign for malt wil. be distrib- .j'ro.cd   the   value  of   the copper-gold  ���������:o  a demand for  the pr< J >ted among farmers for home'gro-wn:j ores,  and    de clopmient    (for nearly  ar     Breweiiea which  wil.    alley. , j$30,000 has been spent on the group)  jhas proven the great extent of     the  ore  bodies.  AND LODGE OF  ROYAL TEMPLARS  "Messrs.  Tlawcs,   Conway  and    Erb  are   lobe  congratulated   on   thc sale  ���������   ���������     ,  J .j..!'isi  iioilh  of  thecitv   will   rcvi'!��������� nl  ptmuri tun avnpanks, ;cacl,  with a   rtni.mn  i��������� Hue  time.'  **������ !'���������-' "H>  cstl'iial of infill,(100. These, compan- "  i.'S no formed ! y 'some of-England s  foremost men llIHi .capitalists.,- Mr.  ' t't'i! h,:s i,-: n ;���������,;��������� cn.. ab.solule .-ui-  Iho.rit.- loin uluv.d wil 'in/l,, : :-,;an:v-  ' ,;      "��������� I ���������������' >"������������������,   .:-.!>,.er.tics;   o ���������  llieSO     COn^. ^o      LVi.l     ';    .   .'���������'."���������.;,, -   '(   .  dictates.    A   large proportion  of the  stoclc  is taken  up  ami  thecasli-paid  into the treasury. -The companies are  how  being registered  by Mr;  M:   R.  Simpson, who has-been  appointed- so  licitur  for tlie company,   and  a local  board    of dircclo.rs    will   be" named.  Ladysmith is  naiu'j-d as the   provincial  o>fifce for both  of these companies.      Anew  and   coiiimodioms   office  will be built on First'Avenue      and  IWeanSiiiic,   I lie  '  '|,|! 'VMiiith   Mcnerjllv    will  ��������� e n ore t.i'an  pleased that llu- ;!:> rl-  " mi nl   ot  o'ir i|tiai t/   pioi i-rdes      in  :b -  '-(��������� lion' .ax-  to   be i.ndeiliil   n   by  '.���������><���������"��������� .ii'ics   with   mean"    I i d"1' OdU  ��������� '���������i Ci   of  ilie    v.orV  nfionii. l"h. !    ,���������  ������ '   ''     lf'    Cc-i!   in  pi cm    \ ,,  cuu.n   ���������.: !   ....,";,,      i  iiiiiiinir I11C��������� anf| investors is due lo  the succ-cissful handling <i[ the Tyee  mines undei cb.-irp .������������������ m0lSt aide man  agcnicnf. Agent Ceneral Turnei also  ilid everything possible foi the ad-  vaiiccnu'iil, of Mr. CVcil's plans, and  is entitled to a Kind reiueml ranee by  all or us who expect to better our  business   inleiests oenerailv   bv  hnv-  Chairman Rumming Will join His Colleague Tomorrow- Whdt Ladysmith Board Will Advocate  "Mi.,   fiany ('airoll,   the membei   of   <oo costly at piesent; 2nd, that after  lhe   S'hool   titisti'C   hoard   appointed  by  his  Kille.igues   to  represent,  them  at   the ei n.i'iition  of  Hritish   Coliim-  i.i.i   "-ciu^il   l.oi'ids  to   beheld   in   \'ic-  ' torij,   llns  \fccl.,   left mi   lhe moinni''  i ������  I I i.i.n  .ni   IL' u., inil.    <��������� hail uikin lluiii  r      \ .ih In   h.i\i"   ,'.noni', allied \ir  v_��������� ,  ��������� .. i    i       In     i -Vim c oi  uusincss  in town today   \.,.. ..o^ ..c  able  to   lca\e  for Victoria  until to  ur     rw,    .  .      i,   7-, ! '"''  ''J1,h'K,'������"tJ������ Hie home of two   En-  ,.      r . .       i^'"  Cc(Cl1 stall's   Uiat'���������|1C   WH1 ���������scU,c| g]''yl>  mi"', companies that   ev.dent-  of their   properties   for   a fair, price,     down   to  practical   mining  and  that   1 ly  mean  business.  one  term   they   become   useless,     as  the  department  of ���������education   has m-  wtriaL'jy  either added  to  or changed  th;; cuiiiciiium each term, and,       in  cuii-,ol'.������.'Jicu,      the  hoots   lhat   ha\ e  MT������,d  a scholar  in .any  one giado for  i ne  lei ;n  cannot be used   by children  v> ho      lia> e  passed   up   from  a Idim  ��������� ������������������ ide,   .uiothei   lerni.   This  lor   veo-  . ..  1 ti mi,,   \.->"   families   th-  cosl    (-1  teil  th<  pui  I  ea  f-i v  U'    tit     1    I  Regarding  the closing session    or attracted so much attention.  Mv. Gil>  Hie Grand Lodge of Royal Templars s&** combatteu the idea that saloon  e   ,, ,,     ,.     w ,     r,   ���������     m "noil were entitled to com'pensation in  of  lj.l .,   tie  Free  Tress,  Nanaamo, .. .    -, tI   .    , v ���������       -i  ���������       ' _ the event of their business being .iho  ta-vs- w ��������� ��������� , lisnc(j j^ tue pe0pie-'" -    - ,  ' -  The Grand Lodge of Royal     Tern-     Airs.  Gieson,  a well  known  elocur  plars  of British   Columbia  he-Id       a    tioiiist of Victoria, contri|SMted a republic meeting hist night in the Bap-.citation entitled  "A  City  Without a  list church which was' well attended   Bar-room,"   which was  very   warmly  NlWFiiHD  wimin  _ OUESTIOR  London, Feb.  If).���������Upon the closing  IK SPEfCfl  of tmam  nm  and  at which a most   interesting pro'   received.    The meeting was  a ��������� v^ry  gramme   was  prc������ented.    The chair-    interesting  one  and the delegates sat ������f  thedi*.Iomatic  exchanges   between  was tat'eii by  John Johnston of New   down   to   a fine  supier   prepared   uy America and Great Britain with   re-  VVestitvinster    who.,  after some very    local -effort.        ,. .������������������'"������������������'  ���������������������������   ').'������������������' ' 'f      , 'apect   to the Newfoundland  fisheries  At the banquet a vote of. ; 5thanks' case, .which arc proceeding slowly, it '��������� irig of ,^iriifimVn|.'today "inclmles' es  was linamionsly  passed  to the .mem-' is* believed that n'.^otiatioivs  ������v 1.1 he  j I)refiSjoln  ol- iiati.sfaf;tiioii   for     Great  hers ofthe local ctrtincil for their en- opcncifjooUinrj; to ai more satisfactory j Bruin's .peaceful" relations   in      En  happy introductory remarks,- called  1 on the Grand Councillor elect; J.  I C. Ro'1;.ert,soii of Chiliiwack, who  ' niodestly    disclaimed all pretensions  at  oratorical  ability,  bufput in   a  strong- ;:lca for, the support of     the  Royal Templars.  , Budapest,  Feb.   17.-The dissolution  of   the      Hungarian   parliament  ta! cs  place next      nlonday fs  arousing  fear  [...London,  Feb.   1!).���������H; is  understood. | here and at  \ icnna for an uit  in the  that the  King's speech ut. the open.  BMT  nioiiow  inoniing.    The  first session  will he held  this evening.  According   lo  >(lie oflicial   piTo^'ram-  me the business al the third session  of  the contention  wil    be as follows:  "Third      session,  2  p.m.���������Government supply 01 text books either free  to pupils 01 at cost     Discussion led  by Tiuslec Cai'toll     Abolishing written examinations lo iiigh schools. l>is  mission led hy Trustee Crci������hton. Educational     paper.    "What is    Worth.  Most?"  Chairman lluggett."  ReiKlcrs  of The  Ledger  will rmicm  her that at the rctlest of certain ci-  ti/.oiis    Chiiiman   Runiiining  brought  tbe text   1,00'c question up at      the    vise that  the co������i*���������������������������'������������������  last- regular   meeting   of   the  board,     partnienl   lo  scii  ij^C  r >e,  s  !.,.    '.l.iiu-  cessary to.  ch scholar  b}      :'    '       1    ' i  si ��������� 1     (���������. 1       1  si  "   ' ' '  Ii   ' rn ,-i   .miiI   an   .'   1    ,  t   .il   the,       would  !o 1 <���������:(,  than one  term, a resolm 1  .'(.-d  nustiiii t in  ill"   ill, tV'l    n,  .'I     s'���������.     I'     ���������  ���������<      ,1    -    1 ���������     t>  rought up  board dis-  iie conclu-  . should bo  made   so  for more  . was pas-  s to bring  onvention,  1  ' ��������� ���������  ��������� 1 1:   be passed  t to make  'i .i������; Ladysmith  understood,, will    ad-  sk the  de-  t.L wholesale  o  1 1  t  .  General Organizer Mtillholland made   ing place,  tcrtainment of the visiting delegates, .-.settlement of the Pelagic question.  The Grand Lodge completed its ses-      Some   months ago the subject was  sions:yesterday,  electing officers and   brought up but it was  urged   that no   i^can    conference.*  H also con-  choosing Vancouver as its next meet-   imiiiedinte hurry until after  the *c'.  \ tajius     .an  Uj,no<!nceincnt .e<.ii*cprniiiK  Irope.' especiully   with   France,  and    a  desire for friendly solution of      the  moment of the question of the     N>.-v   1 thc com,itions in Sotfth Africa,  ad  it" very,  interesting  address,   speaking       The following- officers, of the' Grand   Fotindland   fisheries,   when   the  seals   --v,isin8? the tip.])0inl.nient or ai'oinmis-  of the excellencies of the ,temi>erancc    Lodge have been elected  for the   en-   again .become a subject of formal nc- '  lorganizntdons,  ami  reviewed  the his-   suing year:  iory  of .tcnijp.craiice legislation  in Vic  toria.  Mr.   Miillholland  referred  to       the  '  Grand Councillor���������J. C.Ro*r������rtso 11,  Trustees���������B. Burr, Ner\  VVes'tmins-  Grand  Vice-Ciiarieellor���������Mrs.  L.  G.  recent  temperance upheaval in the ri-   Hoffme'ster,  \rancouver. . .. ,   ���������  ty of Victoria and  predicted  further   I    Grand     .Chaplain,   W.   II.   Ritchie,  success  iu that city.   Tie also point-j Victoria.  gotiations1.  ��������� As on previ(ms occasions the Canadian ;vjlg'aic sealerscwill be the chief  iobistaCiC: to a settlement, but thc rli-  Jplomats hope for a solution. It will  'again -frp'r���������gr*n'~c.\' that America  purchus:;   l iic   -Catuwliaii sciiooiicrs   bc-  sion to proceed thither to cxainulc  into the <picstion.;of franchise, and  that meanwliile the iniportatio'i of'  Chinese into the Transvnal shall be  stopped.  The  following  legislative,  programme   will be suggested:   An -education  bill; Trades Disputes  h-ill;  WqrUmer.s  cd  out   that many  modern  corpora-' I    Grand Secretary���������J.  J.  Johnston,    sides  giving  their  owners  cornpensa- (.'oinrensation   Act'-' amendment     for  tions  7iow  insist  ciii  strict -sof.nety     New V������'csUiiinsl.er. *                                  ition.    But  another  proposal  is that jast "years' act  for Relief 01   the Linen the part of their employees,   espe-.    Grand; Treasurer��������� J.  Car ter. Smith  .the'Canadian'government Le given   a employed-    n>peal   oT   Irish  Coercion  cially in    connection with .'railways.     New. Westminster.      ,., -.-':.    ^   -  ;     I share-..of the roo'kerir/s-owned by Am- Ac^. introduction ot Scottish  Fduca-  This' policy ensues gi-eatly   increased       Gmn! Herald���������\V.. J., Browu,,,N,aria-   erica -and  Japan. ^jon"   ^n, ami of bills for cqtali/.a-  ��������� safety  for all travellers. : imo. I    In '"f-'A'1-"1''1 'o New:     Foundlaiid,    tho  Mrs-.   Davidson  sang  very sy-mpath- '    Grand    Sentinel���������C. Pearson,  ChiI-.i Amerienn    ivnd  British  govern 111 cnts  etically "Jesus, Savior,  Pilot Me.,"      liw.ack. "   [are exchanging notes  respecting   the  tn'on of rates in  London.  constitutional     diama      will   then  be  played   in    tho      llunganan    capital  that may   bring     violence and bloodshed.     If  iho-members, of Parliament  refuse     to   . Ley  the    Royal rescript  dissolving the body the .only recourse  left    to . the   ("own will be to clear  lhe    house,   by force of arms.     It is  not    yet   k.novvn  in what manner the  . vurio-iis   parties   composing   the  coalition   will'  accept   the     dissolution.  Some    reports   are  to the el'f-ect  that  iliey   will  biln-e a unifc-d protest ag-  1'inst it, and others that each conipo-  ncnt parly  will  be allowed  to  act in  this   res|:cct as it'may deem'best. A  final    meeting     to decide what  attitude the c0alit.ion   will adopt will be  held   tomorrow.      As  a "oasis 'for   tlie  possible refusal    of    the    deputies  to  dissolve, it    is couterffled    that     the  Kins-Emperor's    act    is    unconstitu-  The oh,jeci ion that ha\e been raised lo school boaids, so that the board's  against the ievt l,ouLs supplied the can retail them to scholars at cost  scholais   arc   l.st,   that  they are far   aIso  HON.W. McINNES ~  DOWN FROM NORTH  ���������Mrs.  Knott read an  interesting.pa- !    Grand  Mwlical  Referee���������-Dr.   Bry-  per on tlie Lif-J. of "Francis Willani in   dc-n.-jaclv, Vancouver.'.;���������  which ;'������������������'- she eulogised   the victorious        Auditor���������J. ..'-"A.    Johnston,    New  leader  in   W.CT.U.   movements.. ��������� Westminster; B.  C.  Mr. Syrnons, of New Westminster, lex. 3 years; D. G. McDonald,' Van-  made a pleasant contribution to the eouver, 2 years; E. S. Cook-, Naim-  rneeting in  ihe.  form of a series    of    imo,   1 year.    .  ���������laughable cartoons. I '. Executivr  Committee���������J.   J. .John-  Mr.   W.   II.  Gibson,. .Junior     Past    ston New Westm'insiter;  W.  V. Beggs, !-rj r? j   T   plHlfT? Q������ ������7T  rights'which American fisherrnem are  entitled    to under' the act of  1818:  England Ims satisfiedA,-ineriCa as     to  the" charges that the Gloucester fish-���������  criuciii  were the victiuis of illcg-al art  on the part ,oi" the New Foiimllauders  who, it is claimed, cut American nets  ��������� .0   Grand  Councillor, gave  an account of    New  Westminster;   J.   D.   Camp'hpll,  the  meeting  in Victoria  which     has     New  Westminster. .������������������-���������'���������_���������.  OPERA RONS COIVI-  s MENCED AT NEW MILL  IN VANCOUVER  Victoria,    Vol  this    morning's .session   of the  Valencia  iiviMiry conviivission,   Cap   Cousins    of  the steamer  Queen,   said   (hat      iu  two   years  he   made   I SI   trips    over  Vancouver,  Feb.   If), ��������� ��������� the  Frisco-Victoria  mule  and   found  Nell   Pickerell,      of icmale  sex   and   cur reals   so   numerous   and   variable  male  attire    fame,   is iu    VuncoUvi-.  that it was  impossible   to  tal e     the  Ilcr    stay  here     is  indefinite, as   the   sajne course twice.     He inis-.-ed  1'mii-  "   ' jiolice      are    looking    for htr,  and   if   tilia  light  only  once.    While  off    the  The  ladysmith   Lumber  Company's   company   expects    to     have the mill  fliey ��������� liiul    her she     will  probably  l.c .Valencia  wreck  on Wednesday  a  con-  new mill at Cobuni Siding, (until re-   from now 011 working steadily. reh.Jkosted to forthwith shake the mud  fcrc-nce  of   the   five  captains   decided'  of   Vancouver      from  her  feet and  re-   Huit  it   was  unsafe   for   a small  boat  ���������.' . tional, but upon  this po in-t there is  Seattle, Feb. lit.'���������.Tim general im- nillt'li divergecje of opinion even ,-mi-  pression is that tlie Barque Coloino 'ong the Mungitrian opposition lead-  was the wss-el Avhich eoHided with crs. (iener..l Xyiri, who hns been  the l'.r tish ship Cissy on tin- jiisht appointfil the King's commissioner  of February' Kith., wlu-.n the Cissy 'o read the re.-cript dissolving .parliament, i.s the mosi. interesting lig-  ui-e in the events' scheduled for Monday. He. -epi-iK3iils' the King, and  has been lodged in the Li oval Palate  ��������� at    Budapest.       Tic   is  a���������   llungarinu  III.   (Special)  ���������At   i.y birth, and   is'Uie yoni.ge.st -gt-neral  in   the army.      He   was  a  member  of  On board    fhe steamer Amuir,  says  principal  innovations  are as follows:,  the Vancouver   World,  which arrived      "All  hig   . tracts of groivid tdrex-  iiere    from      Sl-ag-way shortly -before tensive   operation     must be acquired  three    o'clock      Saturday   afternoon,   jjy  grouping      oi-dinary claims.      No;  was H on.    W. W.  B. Melntios,  Com-   more  concessions  ar,e  to '.be  granted,  missior.er    of  the      Yukon,  which   is Miners'   licenses are abolished.      The  tbe new way of spelling "Billy," thc size ,of claims, manner of staking and  irrepressible  from  Alborni,   whose au- mrvcying-, remain as  they  have,been.,  sence ironi    the   local   legislature  ac-  for sc-mo time.  counts .in a huge measure for the j Disputes- over distributions of wa-  prcscnt reign ot* dullness at J������.mes ter, boundaries, dumping- grounds, en-  Bay.      Wiib    ihe    commissioner  was croachment "and    such like  shall  bo '"���������  was beating to sea. The Coloviio  has not been seen'since. ft s believe* I shi> was blown to sea by a  heaw  gale on   Fridav  or Saturday.  Airs.   Monies. c  Mr. i������:'i-lni:is is now- on his way to  Ottawa to pns'.-nt to the government  what is now- kn.iwn as the "M'clnnes  iVlining Code, the remarkable measure which will not oiily stamp his  name indcllibly on the annals of the  North, but which demonstrates that  the brilliant oratory which has delighted    the- legislative halls, both at  ���������referred to an arbitration board to bo  appointed by- the gold commiss'on'er.  or recorder. Judgments' shall be final except on points of law. No ap-  p.eal on the interpretation of the  whole code is to be above the Yukon courts.  To encourage prospector.-, one may  take five powers of attorney on- filing  record  that  that hunVber  of men  (Utawa and Victoria,  is but the sur-j grtib-stalced     him.   ���������" Distant" prospec-  face    play of     a 1 rain competent  to to������ can obtain the privilege of filing.  cenfly   k������"fown as     Kimberly Siding);   ''As .mentioned in The Ledger a few  coinmenced      operations  on  Saturday  weeks ago,  Mr.  Coburn  managing di-  turn to the customary haunts at. the   to enter Jhe surl'e.  lower end of  Puget Sound.  I lie Chanih.ni- of Deputies i.Titil a few'  inoiillis ago, anil is f������'miliar wilh the.  workings of ''hat h<.dy. He was formerly iniiiist,!'r f,r n.-.lional defense  in I'he caliiiicf i.f Count Tisza. The  ineinbcrs' nf the present coi.-ncil of  deputies were e\cl.-d a year ago, but  owing lo ������������������.-1'hrijiual conllicf lttwecn  lite crown ynd the pailiamcntary opposition since then the chamber has  1 ecu praiTicn.'fly without funciiens.  ���������: .���������o   grapple  with  problems of real .statesmanship.  Mr. iVk-Ilines will travel east via  Victoria and Scuttle. In .the" latt.ir  titv ho is'to be feted and ban-iuete.l,  for from him is expected to come  -Hi" persuasion which  will draw a Ca-  record six months after staking.  An. owner may abandon his claim  on any cree'e at any time by giving  notice "to, the- recorder, and. locating  elsewhere on the same creek. If ho  sells he cannot locate on same creek  for one year.  Leases of    ground may be obtained  for  one  to five years.      The  fees are  lo  bo   ten    dollars  for one- year and  The  Melnnes code has- been devised seventy dollars for five years.     m  i through tho instrumentality of a. com |    Two hundred dollars worth of work  ���������mission, of which Mr. Melnnes wus a  must be done annually  on each claim  member, and  to which was entrusted'of    the   valuation fixed    bv  the Gold  al   I hi-  big  the  Sornd.  exhibition  to be held  on  I    Miss      I'ickerell  whicbevi'i- von. lib.  or    -Air.   Pickerell,  Lest,  came in yes  on.   Wm.  Teiaplcnian   will   arrive  here   ioiii-jht.  last.     The    capacity of the new mill  rector of the     company, has  laid  01-  will   be   abptiti     forty   thoinan-d feet'ders      with    The   Scliaatc.    "Machine-  per   day.        Tha outlay by the coin-! Works,  of     New Westminster,  for  a   (crday  on    the   Kamona.     She made  pany for the mill was .very lai'yc >  A  drajr    saw   and other machinery  that  her way   to the police station  inimc-  new boiler     of 130 lbs.  steam power   will make it possiHe for the company MW  ������"  '"'"''"S  heic. a������'-' infe������1,r-  -   -       .      .   for  Chief Noith.      Beinir ushered  into  pressure   and    a     new   engine,  being-   paiiy to     cut   shingles   at the local  bought   as     well as .other expensive mill for cedar   logs as- well as shin-   j(.tu,r <)f in|,roth!(.ti(n f,om  the Slier-!in  the   streets     oi Vancouver, so lu  machinery.      The   new     mill is con- gie bolts.         Sometimes it is impos-   jp,' 0f   King C'ouuly. Wash.,  flic coun-igave orders to bis men  to pick   her  Iwcted with th������ K. & N.  Railway liy siole to obtain enough :bolts' to beep ' ty  which    contains llu. noted city  of  up.      If i.s    understood   that she wil  a branch     line and it is situated ab- the  mill    working steadily  and* with I Seattle,  She was allowed to go, hul later,  when the olliccis got to thinhiag about her, Chief North decided that she  AWFUL  HEATH. AT  PR INC PI  ALBERT  the Work of obtaining data from all  the available sources, as to needed  (bailees in the mining laws. The  commission sat in Dawson fof days  ;;iid  then    sent      out a h.ng  progress  Commissioner, failure to do ' the assessment, -work means absolute forfeiture at the end of the year.  All    owners    in the claim shall  do  representative'work-according to   the  his    private    ollice,      she  presented   a   ought, not  to be allowed  to nut  lon*r  aiHt  which  city   this   well  ho re>.-|iicste.d to go home  Jt     . j, ���������    .,        ������������������                          ,            ,.              -4l.       ���������   .   known personage calls her home. |    Nell   is  an  old   oliVudcr   in   Scalllr  out four miles north of the city.    The  the    present    machinery   nothing  bin       .���������  .    .  mill    manager   is    Mi. Meade Welch,  bolts    can  be   used.  Prince All erf,  Sr.sk.,  Feb-.- If).���������Ar-  Ihi-r   S.   Skeail,   assistant   iniil-es     in  In  Hudson's   Pay   Company's  (loiir-  mi 11,   here,   met  a-horrilde  death yes-  lerdav.   He was- engaged   at  work   in.  the bnseinent   alone,   and  the first   intimation    of lhe    accident   lhe  mill-  Inuulb   ha<l  was  a fearful   crash,    The  disc-aril-   victim   was  found  cm the floor,  with  through the creeks, coining into di- sba.re owned. Failure means that  reel Contact with actual conditions. | the ground lapses to the ether part-  As a  result, a    scries     of provisions ncrs.  have been dm fled which is cordially I Seepage water belongs to the claim  endorsed   by  the  whole Yukon,     The'where it originated.  Chief    North      turned    her over   to  Years have  passed  since  she  When  the  new j Spl.Rean(     -Mulhern,   of the  defective cd female attire.      She is  the   moth- one leg torn  from bis body, hut'life  A good number of men  are employed drag saw     is    put in-and cedar-logs   -or(.Ci ail(i   (.���������   ],jni she confided that er of one child.        A     young girl  of still  remaining.    Ho  died  soon after  it this   plant   and with large orders   cut,   it will  bt possible for the 'coin-.! she. was here looking for a man.    She  Seattle committed  suicide two years reaching     Vietoim   Hospital.   Skcad  or    lumber on    band and considering ' pnny  to    cope    with   the   increasinp /lid not  say what she wanted of the ago   when    she     discovered  that the was cauglil -in. Hiebvili^  in some  he healthy    state   of the  .timber 1*  number of order* that if* being laid "man after she found him,  neiiher did young  man,  as  she  thought,      with   ; ;;t*���������;^;ff*1   Ttebo ntv    is $-50 and   he Sit is  ' ' she say who it was she wanted. whom    she   had   fallen   in love, was . cd around the shafting to his death.    The bounty    is *..50 and the pelt is  Nell Pickerell. ! J  Al. llellamy, who is encamped north 1 valuable,    so   Mr.  of town   abont  a     milp, killed a full ' ;rood clays'      work-  grown   cnug-ar   or   panther  on  Satur.   datigeron; neighbor.  day.      The    animal  was about seven  t>-  fcel long and looked ugly The curious thing was lhe imn:ediuJic bids of  the Chinese for the carcass. It, was  sold to them for $.''.00 and yesterday  main-   a      Chinaman    feasted    to his  'Ucllaniy   made   a  and destroyed  a  1  lustr.vjjf the province at piesent, tjhejwUh the company.  Office Boy.���������I'll     bet de boss Is go-  tn'  ter marry the, typewriter.  Boo^'eeper.���������Why do, you think so?  Office Boy.���������Because he's beginning  ter kick about h&vin* ter pay hex a  salary.���������Chicago News. H i 1 ������  {u������l-y-j<m in' iw  -' ������o^r .<, yii ti Mm *Mwa&tfi������.iTqn*4M<i*  ��������� ,*>���������������������������������������������>**������  ���������'."/";'������.-������.iiwtii'_..i>i.i^������lfir������.ij>i iji rjil''i>i������'.i^������������������'^������������y������<ffPjl������������*������y?i>������<,������������������i'i'- "  ���������Hjiif Wki "y������"-j;  i������U������iMiiuwi������������Ui*Hi  !'l  iUSLV UDbit.  V-*  HI-  ���������i j v   av ������iii.   Siifiiif-.v1  HAI1,> l-Ellili'.i.  rriMi' VW  ��������� iKKICii   AT  /-AD'S SMITH  -.lit'..-.'  Ui!' i ION    "Kin  it'iii������    i    it,ihi'h,     $5   pei    year     it>  ,i   it.-r        Crtw-rlisinp  ral*v-   '���������������������������   ip  ~������ PAVED S*>Ie:NCEK-   -"��������� -������ !���������, hc  ) "Ltd ->  1 !T-������&-*  MtffiW���������m  ���������11 I \ - I I  E^nimali   *6l "fear^in.s* iMlmf'  ��������� -f? >  Timr   Table No. 51  Mil.I."-*  MONDAY,   FVM.   ID,   l'O  LION   ATTACKS   A  DANCEi*  London,   Feb.   19 ���������I"  the  nr.d t oi  a performance  at   the CanU'i b'-e.   .Music -thill,  V,est;i.uiisti't, on   Ft'u'.v, in  which   f'liiitceti   lions  look   pari   .n    a  ,*nge   on  thc stage,   the  audience .'.civ  ..��������� ,      ii i nc   oi   the at"    iiW  suddenly knock ooivji  o-i.   *.������������������   ...  > ������������������  nun   dancers,   who  was in'the   ct.  und   attack her.  Women  shrieked   and  everyone      i  thc'\   building rose,  and some ma<"  for   the door.    Instantly   the  curta)  was  lowered,  and this bad  the effet'  of slightly    subduing the excitement  ��������� The  attendants and   tbe cooler headed     section   of the   audience   shouted  for people   to   keep   their( Heats,   and  the action of these doubtless prevented a panic  Behind  thc lowered i curtain       the  liontamer,    M.  Piinz,   who  has       a  |  ji,reat  power  over  the foiii teen beast." i  r.n-lcr    his control,     seized Uhe  Hon,   !  which     stood   astride  the   prostrate  "foody    of the dancer,  and  with sheer  oriite  foicc ,pulicct  it. Irom  its victim  <  A sccorni   girl    who  was in the cage  stood   her  giounil  calmly,  without at  tempting to >rush   from  the cage, and  '���������the    annuals   watched      what  might  have been  a terrible  tragedy  with ab  solute   indineicnce  end   without',   attempting any hostile movement.      A  doctor   was immediately    summoned,  and  attended   to  the unfortunate girls  injuries,' which  are  officially   declared not to be of a serious nature.  CURATE'S  ROMANCE.  When in London some timcago M- 4  Mary Coueland, Otago, New i'.calaii'.  went with rcl<iti\es to SI Clement  Danes Church in the Strand, says, a  London exc hinge. She has just been  married to the curate of St. Clement  Danes,   whom ,1mtil  her visit  to   the  ��������������������������� church she had ne\ er met. Miss Cope  land, if is said, is heiress to ������ consul  ei'able  fortune.  The curate of St. Clement Danes is  the Rev. Win. Earle, a native of  "Ballynahoin, Co. Wexfoid, who is 48  years of age. Debrctt tells us that  jn iflOl he assumed thc title and baronetcy of Straglcitlnope, Co. Lincoln, which was believed to ha^e become extinct in 1007.  Among the interesting events in  the career of thc Rev. William. Earle  may be mentioned his candidature for  Hie vicarate of the Parish of Clerk-  enwell in 18D8, when he imported an  element of humor into an otherwise  potcntously solemn contest by issur-  ing a bill  inscribed: ��������� .-.  '"Vote for Earle, B'.A., M.R., R.  T)., Irinshmnii. Gentleman, private  means.    Sixteen  years' experience."  In his1 address  to  1]jc  10,000 electors of   ClerKenwcll,  Mr.   Earle   appealed   to   the Roman 'Catholics'   "because  (nm  Irish,"-to foreigners "because they lo\'c Ireland," to 'Nonconformists   "localise'I have slated     in  my pamphht     on reunion that :h'*y  are thclt  of tho earth   and the  light  of   the world,," to the      -.vs   .'because  my tO''-c for  iho Children of Promise  i.s   well   known."   0 _   APOLOGY l'.Y GRAMOPHONE'  The Right Reier'end . Monsignor Mc-  .1 aughlm,of Roscciiimon, found bim-  *--.i'.lf uiiahly,' recently; to keep an appointment at Kilteevan, in a subivb  of bis parish, wj.crc be had arranged  ���������to preside nt a. concert,.  One   of tho     items on.the  program  SHOE "DEPART MENT  35  ouaCb oi ticw iinoes  -just    opened   up���������  ^J Nf-w ijDJinff iii: ;js:  pnng  LADIES'   NEW   Qi KEN  Per 1c1 ui-     . .  i.Al'll-S*    i\E"\\   Ql EEN  Per Pair   ���������^ Per Pair     i  "*"**   LADIIOS'   NEW  M"I   K i \>  _���������".���������-*     I'.luehei   cut,  JsS������  ;������ per PjL-  Ol AL2T*S,   \'ici   Kill  Oxfor.'s,    $3.oo  Ul ALITY   Tan   Vici   Kid,  ���������������*,  *^>  <#������. .iri.-l*  ��������� r    i. i ii'ii i  n r ���������!       f-  \  ������������������   (   I'.' 'I'  ,|I     ' ���������  .1  -'at ii'ii"  .ii  n  ��������� >...  -l.-.ij  ,   .t-i t-   l,.ni*sinitli   f������i-   Yicio: ia  'and   ili'iili  i l^^in    ������.ni������.   aikj   at    I.II"   p.in. on    Viei!n<"-   .! .   . .'  l ^ i ��������� S    1  .;   n   1 ..if'l'. s������������ith    fis!    Well lugtiili   .iiii!    .ill    hi'i ! ,.n-Iiali'   -l.l.'i'-  .;1    ii    >".    *.!���������*      4Aifr.    4 till   at/ ,('.<���������������    |-'    M      -n    il V   >4      .' -al ul r!.i > j,        ,nni  >>..u>..t. ���������������.  I  AS   | 111   !i    i ' i   '   ���������      \  jK ^ 'ii-   ���������.'<������������������'. r v. ix-  Sl.i     IM   I- ! 'I'l in i;  $3.00 ������������-  fSwi..  Mi I it.-re   Heel,  pal put   li.i    *&-+  ** < ...    i    . ���������    .  i:   n:i; f.M'.s   W  .oi,   nt:  1 XCt.*"Sl������������i  IICalIS   ...,i^\ . ������������������  on sale to \n;) k;;.">i a\ i   sfj;:-i\s  j/-<rfii >'ut    ii'sjii^   ifjiu������ifT   Saimila������s   und   Sni'dav s.   u-io'i   ���������:,   c >'   l.iiiT i,i,i���������  i}i-  fi.UrtMu,!,    NJiliaay. |   Steamer Jean   S;������iU   i'r-.*fi   I'.ii-i'sj-Kitlj   for   Vanco.iivei   pieiv s.ii'  ���������ii*i. 'i*   s<t.'������   f;o������m    \ jiiciiuvei       foi     l.jiLsu-i I Ii   j!  (,M ALITY   J atui!   Opioids  HHiK;  t'i  ;���������' ')  A ' *?'  Oi������r    FmH Mud  Oliw^MtUicHl   XirevU.. ,r  1  IS'.  ���������-,11 |,it   I! >"���������  .!   '-il'    I' -!!l  it.   A-   I '  ' at.  I I  ���������se  -���������;  OREN AND LADIES, BOUGHT ANU  ��������� THAT CAN 1IVRDLY BE COMPETED  I COLUMBIA. WE ARE SOLE AG-  CELEHRATED AMERICAN QUEEN  i FOKWOMEN. FOR STYLE, FINISH,  vE   I5ELIEYE THEY  HAVE    NO EQUAL  ��������� Visit Our Shoe Department.  1> ������ **s*  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  ion-nance.   For  Common Colds   are %he Cauae      ������f  .   ,. .  vdd containing j Many   Serious      Diseaie*.  Ins' apology,    and  the  audience hrard -   "*-  ���������ii  a well-^nown  voice  the reason  for      Physicians  who   have  gain>.d  a na-  \i.^ absence.  ���������..y  S'liW-Xrt^  -i*gJ5''J.V; '.   .   ,  Vn   ���������^    r". 1     "      .-     ',/   .' .������������l  wi h w    "i a i<- a.   ,-f  Marks  '5-'-"#B"r4   1 ������aos  ������^ CoPVfdCHTS &'J  Anyone sending a Hkotrl' nnd daecrintlon hik������  Hulolcly ascertain om- oniino.i freo wneitiiT an  'nvontlon ia piotinbly p nen'iililo. Coiiiiminici  tloiisatiK-tlyofiilileiiiii 1. llciiillioolcon Haients  lent trco. OMeot iijoncy for iiPCiirins latent.  I'alents t-iUeu thro:n.'li M.iim & Co. rucatve  tpccisl notice, without c'jareo, in tho  a**  Scientific jf m*ricffli<  rirpi-t, clr-  srins. ?o ii  , .irl.'.uiili  ������ UO<30;Uri>a-l*a>. %*<& ^c%fj  4c,n^:i Oirir.i. "JS *" <���������;-   *-.'.������,��������� >'������, -,..  ������  i  IT  DEFIES  COMPETITION  LADYSMITH, B. C  Good tables aud good  Rooms  PORTLAND  DAVID UYNES, Proprietor.  tional reputation as 'analysts of the  cause of vaiious  diseases, claim "that  of catching cold could h������ avoid ������J   a  long    'list    of dangerous     ailments  wq.uid never be even heard of.      every  one !iiiow.s that pneumonia   and  consumption oriffinate Irom a   cold,  and  chronic catarrh,   bronchitis, and  all  throat and lung trouble are    aggravated and  rendered  more serious  by  eardi  fresh  attack.    Do not risk  your life or take chances   vhen   you  haAC     a cold.    Chanvberlaims  Cough |  Remedy will cure It before these de-  seases  develop.    This  remedy       contains  no  opium,   morphine or other (  harmful  drug and  has thirty  years of  rpputaeion   buck  of it,  gained  V- Its  cures under every condition. For tale  iiy   the  Ladysmith  Pharmacy.  DAY SCHOOL.  ���������:���������:���������  Usual subjects taught; alto language*- drawing in pencil and ���������rayons, paint ng in oils a>d water colors, pianoforte and vocal letsoM gi������-  ������.n  in classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM.  Ladysmith. B   (J.  Board at reasonable  Rates  -The bar is extra < well  Stocked  This  Hotel  has    been  completely    Board aid lodging 11.01 per 'a**.  }, renovated,  HOTEL-    PRETORIA  JOHN T-r'A, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied  with  the  Best   Wiues,  st Avenue >:c>: *-' Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  Best   accommodation   for   transient  i \nd permanent boarders , and lodgers  OR AND       HOTEL  H  I  JAY, GRAIN and  FARM PRODUU  This new Hotel has been comlort-  a'4y furnished and the bar Is up-to-  di������te. Rates $1.00 a day and upwards.  WM.  BEVERIDOE, Prop.  ���������pplatad*   ���������* ���������*-���������  ?,������������!**'��������� uaft!?  THE JONES HOTEL   AVHITE   HOOK���������  and   WHITE   L A.BOK   Emiiiloyed Only  i  mWS 16-INGH TAN  .OHiPPEWAM  *ii���������������-,'i-r**rnr ^irg^n-wti  SP0BT1N6 B20T  Blucher cut, with double rock  oak sole and slip, it is standard screw,, sluggi-d around the  forepart an.1 heel anil has silver eyelets and stud hooks.  This line will stand more  rough usage than any boot you  ever put on your foot.  J. LECKIE GO. LTD.  VANCUOVER   B, C.  DUNDEE--  Scotlands Best..  !,[ HUDSON III CI.  "���������'/,'���������  "   ���������-t-*iLrJi'������J?>'?^'i'*  Orders  will  be delivered anywhert  in the city promptly and at the lo -  est  possible prices.  i  Leave orders at (.'hristle't,  on  tk������  ���������';������E>l������n������fti.  Jamas Warnock  NOTICE  From      this date  the  undersigned  will   not   be   responsible  foi   any   Id  debtediiess      incurred except on       *  written orrier signed by tht seerttar\  Rowland  Maehin.  V.   I.   EXPLORATION -ft' OEVBI.  OPMErVT, CO., LTB.  Non  Personal Liability.  Victoria.  B    f*..   M������t   18th.  1������M  A  Habit   to Be t.uieoarag������d.  The  mother  who has acquired   the  hab t of keeping on  hand  a bottlt of  C'hamlicrlnin's  Cough Remedy,  saves  herself a great  amount  of  uneasiness  and   anxiety.    Coughs,   colds       and  croop,   to which children are susceptible,   are  quickly  cured   by   its  use.  'II, counteracts any  tendency of a cold  to result in   pneu .ionia.  and  if given  as soon   as the  first   sympt������tns       of  croup   uppear,  it  wf\  prevwit      this  attack.    This  remedy contains nothing  injurious  and mothers  give it to  little   ones   witU   a fueling of  ewfect  security.       Sold by  the    L������lys*-iitu  Pharmacy.  (Half Block  from Depot.)  OATACRE   STREET-      Ladysmith.  lUllMWWIIWII  VfiALEBD  \%  ii*  Leads Them  R.P. RSTHgTi ;  & Co.,  Lul  I'acilic Coast  VICTORIA.  :���������:  :���������:  Agency.  ~     ���������: :--B.C  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������RaNi? *1.2ft ni.dU.6t!>- ,  Fr-t* biiH to all Mteaniririat landings ������r<  i.-,iUviit' doi������oi9. E.lt-i-tnc ears ������-v**ry li.-  roiiniu-a to all pans ot the city.  And tahle'nniixi'fclhd.  B^  F.   13AYNKH, Proprietor.  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER  B, C  Under INaw Mauagment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B.C.  Jas. R. McKinnel  Proprietor.  Commercial Mens*  beaduuarters.  Modern and     Strictly  First Clans.  Fire Proof    Building.  WANTED���������My Chica'ga whalesalt  house, special representative (������������������������ ������r  woman) for each province in C'&aaia.  Salary i S20 00 and expeases naW  weekly- Exiietise >.n������������ey ai*vaBC������<L  Business successful: position ptrma-  neut. No investment required. Previous experience not esseatial tt e������-  gaging.  Address Manager.  132. Lakt Street,  Chicago,   111.,  U.S.A.  .  T6 FERME,   B. C.  Read Bow"   " RMd ut������  , f������.m. I.T.   ViCTtai*   Arr.   4.*o p. m.  I.m p. m. l,v.    Seattle      Arr. 9.00 H.m.  9.31 p. ta, Arr.    B*e'rett    Arr. 7.30 a.m  9.3* a. m. Arr. SPOKANR Arr 7.45 p.m  6.2S y.at Arr.   Rexfora   Arr u.3������ p. m.  ������.i������' p, m. At.    Bike   Arr. i������-42 a. in.  9.00 p.m.   Arr. '��������� Fernie   LT.9.5S a ' m.  ONE NIGHT  To all KtntMay Points  TWO: ^NIGHTS  Tw    Winnipeg an������ St. Paul  Close CeuBectitiis  Fer     Chicago. Toronto.  Maltreat and  All Points East & West  Acetylen* ��������� {Lighted   , Cars,  Family Ttiirigt Sleepers.  Palace Sieening Cars  Dining     Cars (Meals a  la  Curte).  Library Obttivation     Cars  Through   'tickets aad  baggage checks to all points.  Steamship Tickets  Far ticket's  maps, berths  reservations    .and complete  inrormatiot'   can 0% or ad-  1 ii'SK,  S. Q. Yerkta       E. It. Stephen  A.G.RiA. ,   G.A.G.N. Ry  Seattle Yieteria.   B.C.  I)  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor. Government and Yates Sts  VICTORIA, B. C  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  3  3  ������Jir <*%* +/%* $jf2������  M. J. HENRYS  NURSERIES,   QREENv  HOUSES ANBXEED  HOUSES   v .'  WW Westartinster RuW.  VANCOUVEK,  Tf.O-  Headquarters ,-^or������������������  PAClFiC OROI* N UanUa, Held  and flower'AEEDS  for distribution.. ;  Large stock ,0* Home  Grewn F9UIT ana ORNAMENTAL TREES  bow mature* for Spring.  No expense,' loss er delay of fuuit^ati������������. er in-  > s; actioa.,- i''    ���������������������������  Let mc : price your list  before placing your or-  ���������er. Greeahbuse I'lants,  ��������� Floral PailfaKes. Fertili-  ; zecsj: etc'..'���������-'���������*"������������������ ' ���������-������������������  3618 Westminster Road.  VANCOUVER, ������. C  ONE   IS THE  "NORTH   COAST   LIMITED."  The Electric Lighted  Traia to the  East  Tickets on sale to ai.  Eastern   and  Southern points at lowest rates.  Up-to-date     Pulli-ian    and     Tourist  sleepers      on all  trains.  Dibiug  '-'<ir  service Unsurpassed.  Steamship Tickets on sale to and  from all huicpean I'cints. Cabin accommodation reserved by wire.  For turthsr particulars call oi  writ* the olhce.        Phone Main *56  A.   \). Chariton  A.G.P.A..   N.P.,  Portland. Ore.  E.   E.  Blackwood  General  Agem  Victoria.  R *"w  THeCITYMR RK6T  R.Williamson Prop  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  Dr. R,B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  All  work guaranteed, and  at reano*  ������.bl������>  ratet.  RESIDENCE AND ������FFICE  Gatacre St. Ladysmith  OP-"N   AT  ALL HOURS  ���������an* 'rf-^'*--^' ^-^j*-^!*^!* "3 .*-*?*���������.* m*y-'.* t������%ve*:'4i ri'-y. +;���������<*..- tv*  I  I  t  i  i  HE  9  ���������.mir*iV.*;ii.������:-&*-'i*i- #  I PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER. GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH      ,. C.  t  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, B, G.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  General Manager.  ������  i  J  5  !  t  pi'^^;^^;u^:-^m:^K^K^^^^-^^:^^'^^^<^^*;'^: -**''fet ^'^^^ ���������>'fe*'fer������'*fr*  UEN  Ladysmith  Merchant Tailor  PAINTING;        pAPEkHANOlNO  ere,  Wtrk^done properly and at r\w<\  prices. A fulllin ef Wall Paper,  and Painter's SUnplies Residence on  Rtbertn Street  J   E   ������*fTTH.  Pr~  if yeu liLt-   A   sraoetu,  easy, shave,  an even,  wtll-iuished     beard trim, a fctot"  bath, ������r a styrtsh Hair-cut-  You will 'g������ te    '.  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PAYORS  HIGH STKEET.  Are You  Going1 East  !'heh  fee sure your tickets read   "I*  tht  111  I'he only line no* making L'NION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  ana ..MINNEAPOLIS with the  ���������hrougii trains Irom the ^acin*  'oast.  "'HE     SIIO'KTJ-.Vt      LINE..TH .  FINEST TRAINS,   TilE   LOWEST.  RATES,   THE  FASTEST  TIME. ; "  BETWEEN  ���������4INNi"\T'()f,l������.   ST.   PAUL,   CKJ.  '!AOO,    OMAHA,     KANSAS  GITYi  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask your  ioe*l ������i<ent or write,  F. W. PAKKI-.R  Omneral  7-iO 2n4 Ave , Seattle.  ft,  > ge*y  .... .-^>.���������  f  B. C.  RESTAURANT .  Cot\ 5th. Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Meals 35c. and Upward  LADVSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEI A CO.  ���������N Till ESPLANADE.  PASTRY f������F ALL KINIMB NEATLl  BAKED  ANB FRESH.  Cenfectienary et all kind!.  Order* taken tojc Pastriee te be de-  lirered at any time.  '   BmBleyntent Ageacy.  ..Oe������ era In  Pianos and  ns  Ladysrr.ith, B.C  Mannfftctureri of the Famous  CUaAN BLOSSO.l  None b������   Vnion I^alMr    laipleyed  n.J. BOOTH, Prop  Dr. Dier o������n be fo������sd at any tlnu.  at his office on Gatacre st. His dental work is giarantetd t������ be ftrst  elass aad rates reasonable ������t,  HILBERT  .'i  IS  I  t  ',1  ���������vll  v'j  -J  c 4  'vl  .-I:),  il  .���������l->  I *j  ������  ���������'**������MI  ft'. -  ���������  :.i  -:a   .'I  4 ������������������" i  \\  ./ %
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In Your Leisure Time
If you could start at once in a business which would add a good round
sum to your piesent earnings���WITHOUT INVESTING A DOLLAR���wouldn't
you  do  it?
Well, we are willing- to start you in
a profitable business and we don't aak
you to put up any kind of awJollar.
Our proposition is this: We will
ship you the Chatham Incubator and
Brooder, freight prepaid, and
You   Pay   No   Cash  Until
After IQQG 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 hens 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 hatcher and biooder she is outclassed. Thai's the business of the
Chatham Incubator and lirooder, and
they do <t perfectly and successfully.
Tbe peu.t-y business, properly con-
ducleJ. p.r's fur luittcr than any other
l>n-<!n.',-> loi- (lit- amount of time and
iiiO'u-_,    nuL'sletl,
J'h. 1 s ifiJ.s of poultry-raisers���men
and Auinc'i all over Canada and the
United Slates���haw; piovod to their
<-a.li .['aciion I hat it is pi olitable to raise
chickb -s. '.tli the
Til**: DALLY  I^Jil)f;KK
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\   TRU'TO   V   r'iTW
"L'.t  us -.ue-o1''  ' 1 liluav has t cen
been built   between  the c-eilb  and t'-e
iimiI  si a   (inia'ri,"   s.i_���i   t,   lcdiiiei
"Hv     a eon-id; miir n      of   'Ins  iaii
liar's  woi'iuls  vc can  eet some id.M
nf   the cm-,1 fiio is   i'|sf,iji t   th.il   ml ���]"-
' cues  |)i t v eel   Cental" 1   .mil  cs
"SiMipose (hai   I shoi'ld dcudc      If)
ta1 '���  a tiio   on (bus   ni'V   aeiial    line
st.u      I ask   the   ficlet   agent      wlui
the f.ne   is,  and be  riisv rrs
���   ''' hi   faie  is M-i\   In" ,  sn     It   is
b .ndi ���
>1   I'nt
onh   a cent  e i<
'���    v,ul   ��' u     af   Ci it   Lite      w
flu:  (l.iough   tn"<1   one   wm cost''''   I
ask.      '
'��� -M   wil]  ere.I   |i'st   "s?,Tall,000,(100,'
he  anc,\��.eis
"!   ��� ai   lot      in*.   Ik' et  and   l-o.nd
lhe  trim     Wesit  oh   at   a twiwnd
ot's  laic
" ���lire."   fast,'   las!.   t'ie  bi.i'em.m,
are   v c roni"'""
" "���'"��� I      pples  an ho. 1.  '.u\"   'a''.
he,   'and   it's  at'norgh   tiam    Theie
,m e no si o H a jcs
' ��� ' '       o'i   I c 11jf p    I hen,   i.riii
\ v''   1   1. SIIIlW
'I   11 a' e  1^01 ul   tune   su ,' *-.a . s
e'i an
\, Un   v, ill   wc ai uw'
1     -,'!     ih'u   ,ii,    "
1>rlcl4��<l tit* ttmtnjf !<�����*������,
Stamp colleetoi's me de'lghted whftn
they si-cure a specimen which was Issued befoie some mistake 111 punting
was detected Dining the Butlnlo ex
position the goieiumeut i&sue*i a st imp
to com mem 01 ate the 00 .i^ion which de-
picteu the Empire expiess ti.1.11 a
P'acticul jokei ci out the cential part
of one of the st.iums which contained
the tiain aud caiefully leplaced it so
that tbe tra'n was in an uijs.i1c�� dnv,n
position Thi" be parted 011 an euw'ope
nnd mulled it to a fnend who wns u
rabul follector
The practiced eye of the stamp Ilend
at once dlsco^elell the misplaced no--i
tlon of the traia but d.d not notre the
deception, and tbe collector was bai^t
wild with 30J until bo oflc ed it for
���ale. when he v.is liitonncd that it
was not e "uie" but a "cut our
���Ienip be preset ved
I'lTEF    \LL    EN'GA.
tell      a story on a c.
Uaullirir^ man from qui tovn,
1 'i    1 'a  o
hi   1 ,
1 - "-ory
������Yc%." sn��d the  lecturer, "I'm dml-
In? in furiiiniie th<we d.i's"
"How is that '" united a listener
'Making  010   night   s! mils   iinilei   a
v.hi'h  so ids  subi.itiols,-    s.j 1
iv    Saciett,  of  Batll-  Crce      "\i
vho   was  at  the  Oil  Ii.n  list   mi
"but I don't mind  repeating it
"is       1     i o\., ,l outh  I .1 01 ,i   i>
t'r,      'idle    'J hat      l.ieans
not   c-eaire a dun1   tif  i urn. I
't"-s  )ou  ha'ie  a   rrc>f 1 n ti< 11    f
.Ii'Mcian      ()u   friend   landed  >n
io    1   , i/���i"|   for   thc   stnc tne v,
f g,risis   and   jd.\ su lans   one
1' t      =ui.iuitr   .^',u   i\ent   to   a 1 '
>toie      m      an e'011    to qut'i h
'   '1  ha'e  been  travelling all
he pleaded,   'is the.e 110 va\   of
iiiiuig  a drill' '
"'"ies,,   rci bed  the druggist,   '.
a pus iv t.on '
"Ooihl, to ailnsician the dr"
������lit1,  'Do-, I ru tin   ai 1 hot .on'
J he st ( ,���*���;, His etoape "Lecorrin
l ' . .1. a r.-Jdhlpman rnd aiaity c
. .allors wf" mt to 1 rm0 hark Ji
j f rii'nt
1 in:  i.c 11    the   marine,   gi^alh   ti
.1      an 1   c iirni    '1   '��� e ciowd      01
Sj^ctdif"       betf.m   , elt'i.w;  ]us ]U1^U
""s  1 1      handf 'Is 01  i.ii d
'   ���     1'ice    c    beam tliL ship s����
' Ii  1   1..is froin��; on ibev sen'- anothe
'       of men   ftin.ishc I  with  11 ui'
' liese    were  'ful     upo 1 tbe mud,  v
that Ihe     sailors     could    wal\ ppcr
them, a��sl they lauled out the marine
and his pin .pits one  b>   ore
let tine  binc'ii    with  the  help  of the   ami  snnpij   ni'ist hn'e  a drin'.
time tables "
'  'V ,
I he 11,
Wlifi   lo   ti:l  V. i-t-iln.
Slu*���Wl'i'ii iho'M ,1 .101111�� widow
dis( .id lid lull's' He <a 1 f' hi t
know,   lint   I   su,> n>sc  s''y sbji.'(<   nil
t    O II   Ol"    111' t    I-  -     1 I    !���.      '       U   ��� .11      to
rais" a -ct vi.l ci i,p op" 1      i_i' !)\>-.su ,n
\, I
* a\
irs* Drilling Machines,
�� order and Repaired at short   notice.    Drill Sharpened by i"=. ���-
'4   'I
i ives  satisfaction.  Picks hand! ed and repairei.
tat lips mi thing    in    aP    its  Branches
Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmitns.
BulLer Street   .- *   -    -      -   Ladysmith, B c
a ���   t
1 .s a \.n 111 \
f*��ef iilnii of 1!
I 1   1 1  1 0      >.   1
sl|vlf   IU. \, ,lt
'I"     \.lll   Ott.MI   Ullu
L Ul   lil. lid    u\ll     U
a.i   j    e   "le   t presi 1 p>1 ion '
'   '\ol   if   tl -l   1     4,1)   Hal   is
ma 11 1    ��� lt/i   .ou,'   ii 1 lied   ll
1 ni'i
Vi( b,       I    t   l'0' s   't    t.i  (    t.
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LADYSWT     ���
Express Work
Wood and Birk toe sals
W. SlLE'Ii.
WORK P'ROWtprLl'   !, .
Leave orders at the Abhotsford.
Meets Hi the I';0. .0 .F. Hall, La-
Weiiiiigton Grove No 4 U. A. 9. D
ty smith, the Second aad Fturth
Ti'Mliiasdays oi* each inontli, cemiuenc-
itg Wednesday, ,13th..  1905.
Visiting Druids     are 'invited te attend, i    - -A-: '���
Rv Order.'���?���   .'������"'���
Ladysmith Temple No. 5 Rathbone
Sisters meets at the Oddfellows' hall
2nd   and  4tk  Tuesday  at  7.30  p.m.
Mri.  Kate Tat�� tecretary.
No. 2���120 Eggi
No. 1���240 Efts
AND BR00DO.    c
" Youi s is the first incubator I have
used, and I wish to atato I had 62
chicks out of 52 effffs. XhU ivas my,
ilrat lot; ttuly a 1U0 per cent, hatcli.
Iaui well pleased with my incubator
mid broodoi. Tiiog. MoNAuaiiTON,
Cinlhwaok, B.C."
"My first hatch came off. I pot
170 fine chicks from lyoctfss. Who
can beat that for tho flint, trial, und
to eaily in the bprinj,'. I am well
pleased with incubator, und if I
could not Ret another money could
not buyitfioin me. Every farmer
should liavo a No. 3 Chatham Incubator.���F. W. itAMSAV, Dunimlle,
"Tiio incubator you furnished mo
works exceedingly well. It is easily
operated, und only needs about 10
minutes attention oveiy day. It.
"McQuFifiii;, Mouse Jaw, Assa." L
The Chatham Incubator and Brooaer
is honestly constructed. There is no
humbug- about it. Eveiy inch of material
is thoroughly tested, the machine is
built on right principles, tbe inaulatien
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
Send us your name and address on
a post card to-day.
We can supply you qiifckly from our
distributing: \\alehouses at Calgary, Brandon, Hernia, Winnipeg, New Westminster.
II C,Montreal,Halifax Chatham. Addretu
all coireapoadeiico to Chatham. 314
The Manson Campbell Co., Limited
Factories at Chatham, Ont., and Detroit.
Let us quote you prices
on a good Fanning Mill
or good Farm Scale.
conri'iled,   wili.^,....  ....,, 1
into a swimming pool for
boys bv building a dam at the point
wheio the banhs do a little exti.i
shelving and tend to form a nalui.il
basin The bottom should be spaded
out and made mrrr of a icscrvoir in
its capacity and shape. The darn
itself can le made by a family of
boys at the co-t ol tbe lumber and
nails    involv-d 'Iho cnibnn'cnients
aie suddecl. The sides of the spillway arc made of wooden posts driven into the gtomd and boarded up
'J lus males a fcnv up afiaii, 01 lalh-
ei, two boxes, one on each snle of the
'ticain. These boxes are filled with
sand, rocks and sod, to Keep as0lul
Lufjc piece of usistencc The sodded
cm'rant men Is mn across the \ alley
01 depicslon c or the brook hollow
to solid tr.ioii.il By means of a Ic-
>er the water cfite can be opined
nj-aiiiSt a stung head\iay of wntci
The waler (lows o\ei the top of tiio
spillway wh.Mi it is closed, an 1 bv
laisnig lhe ya!e the poml can be emptied 01 re-thiccl to the noimal level
ol the Lioolc.
In the Ani"iij��in Nat-ualist J. L
Hancock gives an intcrestnn; descup-
tioii ol some of tbe habits of the'
striped meadow LicKet. The nio^t
s'nking pint of the account deals
wilh the al!ti!"inents which Ihe male,
ciieket  possesses
s 1 I   tl     f
I in '.     ,,
11    '        .1
' .    f'i  1
I      M ,
fa      *-
he asked
be the father ot the m.i.^.
Mr. Tompkins had never given this
Mibiect any thought nnd  was hardly ,J
piepared to answer offhand. j    " 'Didn't  you get your snake bite'
"Why���why,"  he  said,  stumbllngly, |    " 'Snake bite, nothin'.   Why, ever
"It's bo because It is, I suppose." snake bite     on that mountain is en-
"Well," said Tommy, "since I'm your   gaged for six months ahead ' "
father, I'm golnji to give jou a ticket  ��.	
to a theater and n dollar besides. 1 always said that if I was a father I
wouldn't be so stingy as the rest of
them are. Go in and have a good finio
while you're young. I never had any
chanee myself!"
Mr. Tompkins gazed in.blank, amazement at Tommy. Slowly the significance of the bint dawned-upon him,
Producing the silver coin, he said:
"Take it, Thomas,
do become
First   Suburbanite��� Was   your
den a success this year?
Second Suburbanite��� Y0u bet i
was "Mt, mxt door neighbor's chic
ens took the fust pn/e at the po
tiv show
One bi;lion six hundred and twe
,m ���T. ���     mhlion gallons of coffee are drun!
Thomas.    When j;ou really   ihD TTTli+���^ a,   4
a father, I hope it ^von'tbe   th�� u"^ed States every year.
your misfortune to have a son who Ii / rwri'c'i-iwr.,^,      ~��   ~~
Mnarter   than   yoursulf." ^ "*���". ���---   DESERTER'S    AMUSING  PLIC
Coal���Coal   lands   niav   be   piuchas-
d at $10 pei   acre for soM   coal    and
20   for   anthracite    Not   mote   Iban
'20 acres can  be acquire 1  bv im   11
lividua]  or companv     Roi,ili\        f|ie
rate    of  ten  cent1   [>ei   ton   nf i, m
ounds      shall       In    1 ollt 1 led   m   'h.
,ross   output
'^uait/���*,   fi pc miner       ciui'ilcis
lantetl   upon   pai mi nt   in   nil ii'c   t,l
~ *iP   |>er   iiniii in   for    Hi   in Ii   ii 1 ii
ml fiom  i"ifi  lo !���!00   |ji'i   ,,/,i mi   1   1
1 company, according   to 1 u 11 ,'
\      free   miner,   havni1;   !>-i. 1  r   ���
1,500  x   1,500   feet     The  *p.    n      .
coiding  a chum  is  J") ""
A1   le.isi   tlim  must 1   1    M
th�� ' Ii im  cin 11   1 p 11   11
��� mi 1 ���    i  i   r '  '   1     'i '    \
1 > lUg    at ou> . Cj
1 /mg with oth-
.se the land at
' lrs fer tke pay-
���   'i per ����t on
' lims  generally
itry lee 15, re-
-btain twe leas-
��� ���! i of five miles,
' " enty years,' re-
' ��vtion of th�� Min-
��� 1
What He Could Do.
" Mamma, "said little .Tack, "did God
ever make any one with one bluo eyo'aiid
one black?" "I never hoard of any ono
that was bo," said his mother. "Well,
then, you just look at Tommy Jones tho
next time you see him and just seo what I , way
cun do."���Modern Society.
A Disclosure.
Fitthor (at breakfast)���How did young
,' Snodgrass like  my turning off the gas at
' 0 o'clock hist night?
. Daughter (surprised)���Why, papa", I���
��� he���we���didn't know that you did.���'Lan-
' ion Tit-Bit*...
Just before the cruiser King Alfred left Portsmouth for the Far
East, one of her marines attempted
to run away.
With this    object ho scrambled, out
of the    ship,    and tried to ma'ie his
across (he     mud   to the .shore.
After floundering along some distance
iv shall hare a dredge lo
..eolation with**' -���������' season from the
date of 1h" 1 ��� *> 1 each five miles
Rental, $10 per annum for each mile
of river teased. Royalty at the rate
of 2J per cent collected on the out
put after it exceeds $10,000.
Deputy  of the Minister of  the Tr
>r1nr - ,
This ailment 16 usually���; caused by
rheumatism of. theL-mys'les and ��nay
be cured by applying Cliam'ffierlain's
Pain Balm two or thre*! times'a;day
each application. If this does not aland rubiiing tha parts .vigorously at
ford relief, bind on a piece of flannel
slightly dampened with'Pain Balnv.
|an<i quick relief is almost sure to
follow.     For sale by the Ladysmith
Singleton.���Have you decided what
you are going- to call the baby, old
man? Wedderton.���Certainly,   I'm
'going -to     call  iiini  just   what my
wife  names  him.
WM   RAFTER, Rcci Secty.   Pharmacy.
Realistic lesso.ns in' the gruesome
"art of hanging were given on Thursday, in.. slricl ."'rcrccy, in Peiitonville
Pris. ii. '    ,'  '
The recent death of Billingtoii,
who bflifiated at numerous executions
having created 11 vacancy in tne
ranks' of the small .number? of. men on
the Home Office list qualified to-carry
out'-the'last sentence of the 'law, the
tion has been attiacied she go:s    to
%' male and proceeds to take advantage of the  refreshments offered.'Upon the male's back,  situated well forward 'on   jhe   thorax,  i.s a  little depression, 0r     well  in   which a small
quantity -of    'semifluid     is   secreted.
Clinibimr up  on   the  male's  back, 'he
female eats  this  apparently .lelioi -is
morsel  with  great cagen.-.ess.     Jt is
evidently   sonielt'ing  espocia'ily'     oice
which .is.formed theiv f(,i bor espeual
benefit.       This     prooreding .     shows
that treating    as a means  of gaining
a lady's    love is.'not (online 1  to   'i.c
allurements    of io-     crean. uid soda
er.���Collier's Weekly..
air above an altitude of 2.000 feet
The  Air of  tlie  Alpn.
A scientist of Switzerland has tested
When   be   wishes': 'ue mountain air of that country and
to attract  the female the male crick-1 '������ found ihut not a mici'obe infests the
, ,   . I     alp ul-nsvrt nn -olflfn/lo 'nt 9 AAA fna*
et raises bis Icic wings \eitr.'ally
abtue his he.id and bv nibbing them
ovei each olhei produces a b'gli
pitched singing, or, perhaps better,
'V'li'-m  the female's'alien
To  Freshen   Suit  Fish.
It ,1s well to know that if salt fish In
wanted quickly the "fish is freshened
much sooner if soaked in milk, milk
that is turned being as good for tht
purpose as tbe fresh milk.
in"     ,��v
Caaualtles  In   London..
In "London every year there are 13.000
to 15,000 street casualties which call
Ior the use of an ambulanca. _u
The Writer.���I     see you've got my
latest    book      there.      What do  vou
Enrtlienvra.re Jan.
There is one- thiuj,' about the Amcrl-
>>an kitchen that mlghi be r^modibcl--
:c.o many tin receptr.c'js are used. At
\rmenian kitchen is supplied with in
Qumernble earthen jars, some with
laudlea and some without. There are
Jars with broad, round bases and jura
;uilt on rbe slander order, but they all
iave covers nnd are kept sweet and
���lean. It Is ulinosc impossible to avoitJ
i musty odor in. tin. but enrthenvvu*--
.'an be made wholesome and dry, and
!t does not cost such a lot of'money
BEGINNING    FEl,,   I5, 19C6
'-.    VIA' THIS
Route of tne Famous Orimitai Limited
For detaiUd information, rates,   etc.,  call "on cr address
A*tt*P'A- : ���"-.'��� Genl.  Agt.  G. N   R
Seattle, Wash. Victoria,  B.   C;
Home Trait*.
"Isn't your husband dyspeptic?"
"I rather think he is.    I know he always disagrees with his meals."
Sunlight Soap is-better than
other soaps, but is best when
used in the Sunlight way (follow
Hard rubbing and boiling are
things ot the past in'homes
where Sunlight Soap is used as
Sunlight Soap will not injure
even the daintiest fabric or the
hands, and the clothes wilf be
perfectly white, woolens soft
and fluffy.
. The reason for this is because
Sunlight Soap is absolutely pure,
contains no injurious chemicals
��� indeed, nothing but the active,
cleansing, dirt-removing properties of soap that is. nothing but >
Equally good with  hard or
soft water.
authorities -are taking great pains to think of t? The Reader.���Oh,'I've
.ensure that the' new man who' is only had time to read the last few
shortly   to   be appointed   shall -u'e .11:   'Pages of it us yet.
adept at bis  work.    To this end  syf-'-  :���:���o��� ���
tematic  lessons on    he .v      aril ;    There arc more railway tunnels, via
practice of lu,iV'b..^ have been given | duels and railroad bridges in Swit- True diplomacy is to get all you ca.
to selected candidates for some wH:s jzerland than in any other country in ! with as much courtesy as you eats.-
i'ast. j the old world. B��v. Boyd Carpenter.
Kach accet.ted candidate has a
week's .trainina;, his tutors being experienced warders. He is 'made. ..or-
(Uighly iui|uainlcd with the mech.iu-
ism of the scalTo^d. and practises, with
sand'hiiuis roughly fashioned to repi'e-
senl   men .of dilTerent  weights.
The latest, candidate,  who is   11 mv
going through his  week's  course   at
Peiitonville,     is    a l.oni|-iirdi'ier   in a
vnlimtecr tf'cgiincnt, and a well     .i-v-i
trade  union   official.    When   lhe     1 al
selection  i.s made   the  successful    applicant's luunc (more 'than     ie     ay
possih'Iy    be chosen)   will  i;e    itiiioJ
by' the'Home Ollice  to all high-'Klin's as one (tp'alilicd   to carry 'Hit an
execution.���London   Exchange.
Consumers are requested to call at   the offiee     oa Roberts   Street and
pay Water     Rates,  between the 10th   and the 25th of each month.
by the dealer from -whom you
liny Sunlight Soup if you find
any cause for complaint. 155
Manufacturers Of.���
The Westerner
Jim ErroII from Nevada    Albert     J.    Watson
Martin   Ferris, from San Diablo Min -   - Richard Scott
Harry Law ton, a   scapegoat  ��� ~ Allyn   Lewis
Mathew Lnwton. a heavy holder in San Diablo,. Ermine Seavey
Simon   Dean,   from   New   Hampshire;  M. J.  Moo-ley
Andrew   Hurke,   a  shrewd  speculator  Arthur      Cyril
���Miss Reed, a tool  in evil hands   Miss  Sadie Reynolds
"Mary Lawlon,      Mathew's daughter, Miss Elizabeth Hale
Mrs-.  Simon  Dean,  011 her  first  visit to N.   Y Miss      Aline       Wallace
Jessie Dean, Miss   Adelaide Keith
SYNOPSIS.   '*0     ,-���
i I Cr
ACT  I.���Mathew   Lawton's   Drawing  Room.   San Diablo above Par.
ACT.IL���A Garret in New York City.   San Diablo Wavers.
ACT  HI.���Lawton's  Office.   San  Diablo  Falls.
ACT   IV.--Lawton's   Dining  Room.     San Diablo 175.
The entire action  of the  play transpires in New York.
Time, August, of the  present.
Charley's Aunt
Office Hours IP. M. 4.30
Public  Notice
Attention ts called te the   fact that th��
Ogilvie Flour niSIs  Co,   Limited
makers  of  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR,     have Ior some tlmt
past been producing flour in a   vastly  improved  and parln-'   form
by the aid of ELECTRICITY
and having secure* coatrol ot   all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of a dvlting the  public  that any
orized users of the electrical   flour purifyiag; proeesses  will  he pxo-
���ecuted. '     "    i
Ogilvie Flour Mills Company Limited
are tho    only    mUlar* ia Oa&raij*.   wkuso .Flour
s } ':*ifi) I by bi > S leafcrie'Process ���������j-^flij-v-r-; ���������"-'-,���������''-^v '���������,. '>'-. *;';{,'"  W83^'U^S?ft'*.? I''*-''' *'"-?"���������-- . vw  !**������*'������������  '  i<H  ^ i .i : i  mm  ,*-...���������  -Vi**^. ."V'..������*C ���������..'���������^���������������������������-^.���������.���������i'.--.^-.'---,.^.- .-.." -^-.^.^  - U -.'.' >-- v    J  ���������      T 'l-IOMMr^,  j"arT*rr7rrws.  Miss E. Dobeson will be at tho a'j-  lotiford lintel -eiery Saturday afier-  n ion to gii'e lessons in V0cai Culture. Phrasing, management and control or breath, tone i>roduction, lmIn  c;em.ly taught. For particulars up-  PL   Box 1-2. or  1'bonj Mi;, Nanaimo.''  r--x:.-i&~/-j,~..-~,i,.i^Kfm*  mm������%  '���������'...I r  t   i  i_  Sh'W'lN-G'  SOAP  ACHINE  ���������ttitt-^z^^z^z^.^:.:.^:'  we:are right in line for the  ,*���������-Mrti  with  ..r.  \\.  v.. Wal'iom wini up  t  ti. sicu  tl'is moijimi;.  Kx-  -���������ir.   1*.   |]i\i.i>|.   arir.isl  i.u  ihe  n ,ou  t1..iii.  i1(,;d   Vi'loiia.  I  fl  ���������*f������������  \ feh-s  ���������n f  \'r    V.  MVI  emu  ol  Xai'.iimo,  ii   i.aii.iMintli   Ihi.-,  r.iornini'  ft  i  .'rs.   S.     \'.<e. 111._.  ���������'.i    .1    l l'.l'i    MOV 11  1 l" I 1.1 Illtl    lit     l.O    I!  lhe lii.e.  - ''������������������, ^<;-#><������������������������������������'��������������������������������������������� : -.  /   ur  wr  ppers for Premiums  :'?*aJvklJl������^WL'^^���������^'������^Sl3KW������r������  Co.  'letcher,   nf   Xaiiaiii  n,  in  s   in   1 iiis i-jij-   (in   business       tlm,  ,i n pig.  Ii.   ���������)    W. Coiiuni   of   Naiinini'i   ,u-  ',1   fiom   lliui   city   im   this  "s   Ir.un i  2  I  -.���������Mr. liulf.h ! Smilli, M. P., passed  turou^li on- tlie* iiHini'jis train. io  Victoria. '  FULL DRESS SHIRTS  era   House I  .���������������������������������������������  -a-a-aawataaaamaBiaT-MaBBa-au.**-*.^ ���������r_*. ������ i-, .   ._.       ^ *?   '    JJl "^*r B  WlfTE uo gloves" ~ g *S CBOSy  WalTE BOW TIES  Hook on and hand  and  i  Airs.'II. -Cecil   went down   to  I iie-  , tiiain i.s. on   ihe morning  iniiii  uii     ;������������������  \ isi;   to friends  residing ai, t-':ml- j l.ui  nmmmmmmmmmc*  which   there  is no  hrttcr  feed       for  1 roduc-iii"-' fat hogs  of   thc 'lard type.  Let' the Canadian   farmer  go  back to  the thic';,   fat   type  of hogs,   as Sonne   jd  tal'* of doing,   because they   feci they   p  UDIEftfEIIIE GLOVES  Full and  Three Ouaiu-r  All  Col !���������������������������  Tuesday  WEEK  '. Ill    ll't     ft   1-:   (ii    li c   V .'l.'.nn   '1 r. u  '   wl  .   .: '. ,'..   w   ,.,:   li;    ���������  Ojera      iio..���������c      t   t ,:.  from  Victoria on  the noon train.  I'eforc   noon  today     nearly, all  Iho  seats    at        the Opera  House      for  ���������th; play tonight were reserved, an<| n  ".great many being booked  as early as  Saturday.     9  Messrs. Russell and AS>watt receiv  'ed'a load of hay, several tons, from  the" Fraser river section by the S. S.  R., Dunsnniir on Saturday.  ^ Kev. R. J, Bowen left on the  ���������Tr; nsfcr for Vancouver this morninii.  ^ AT    THE ABBOTSPORD  K. J.  Clarlr, Nanaimo  '.T.  H.  .Shepherd,   i\ana,imo,  ���������J-. II.    Shepherd, Nanaimo  ."ohn Lord, Nanaimo  ���������    J'.  Hay ward,   Victoria  IV  C.   U'hit.l.a'm,  Victoria,  ������-. TI.   l-'ranck,  Victoria  '/.  E.  Watson and   wife  .    It.  T.  Hughes  ,\ii  srs. ��������� I la'.viliorntliwaiU'  :-i  -'n ilfi.-.i'ps;' mem^-.er.s  ol  MARINE  ���������*- r>r-^^^*^^f-^^_^^_^  K'.S.   Salvor  i.s expected   in  this afternoon  from   Victoria for coal.  .S.  S.   Alki  was in tin's morning for  co J.    She is on her way north.  S.S.   Kildonia and crew were      in  this  morning  for coal  for  the Main-  lard. ,  i'.Si. Topic and scow, ITong Koh*  and scow and steamer Trader were  in  port  coaling  this   morning.  Remember the     place to get writ  er, i.-i  l.n'   .  ii:   .  Vic-1  ten-!  tee  T'i  me i  in In-'  and  10 ,!-i.'    I'.!'  ���������!..ivli   '. I*  ilil 1,111  , i-re  .-���������..a  Saturday  '.h_. vi.  was     much enjoyed  by its  patrons.  As usual,  excellent music  was -.furnished bv the band orchestra.  Arrangements  for the Eagle���������-.', ball  on     Wednesday' are, nearly complete.  lia\.c a.grievance with the packer,  and if will not be' long before the  price! of Canadian bacon will have  fallen ,.io a level with the Unite"!  >.fp.les ���������������������������prod'iict,'.    which   is   usually  liui.i    .l.. : ^y ..l.'^^.i    ii         j    I   I     I'  morn- I cireel and twelve ��������� pounds lower than  thc -.qfiiotations ;for Canadian' "Wiltshire"' sides.,,  It seems to be generally supposed  that pork is more cheaply and easily  produce^    from    hogs     of the thick.  short American  breeds  than from the  three  English  breeds  which  are favored/   for   bacon   production.       Why  such  a belief should  be  so general  is  difficult    to   understand .as   repeated  tests,  conducted' at  various  experiment stations have shown that hogs  of  the Yorkshire,  Berkshire and Tain  worth -breeds produce pork as cheaply  as those of    the Poland      China,   the  Chester  White  or , the Durco   Jersey  breeds.    In the opinion  of Prof. Day  of the Ontario  Agricultural  College,-  'who. ��������� is.foremost; among authorities  fiELfS ,  )���������!  ��������� ������������������*  ,1'iir-  ro'  yngoi-S  ;.vn . to  i to ai,-  1  trus-  regular-  ....a'oly go i  nue Tax  SEIC,  YOUR  Aranm  I   are constantly arriving and we can  | shoW you some Nice Lines, iu  MUSLINS     -DRAWN UN  IE  it.  BLOUS: SUITING!  -���������j i   .  i i .i  H .1:u  *  .S5c.  -AT���������  ' Alt*.SIC. Rejru-  While thev last  I '-.'  We Guarantee Satisfaction, to -all  our ��������� custdmers in regard to Price  and Quality of these Goods  KAY  III ii  The. hall is to be iifcautimlly decora- on bacon production, the lusty, grow  ted and a sumptous repast will be thy; .pig of bacon type is the most  served at. midnight. ������������������ Those whp ha\e   economical   pbrk-makcr   we"  have, es-  iii; ilalions , -a -e  looking  forward with  pleasure to the event.  :'.-������������������-.-������������������-o-.-���������-���������- ���������  jiccially when reared,  as bacon hogs  should-lie; "largely-.on such foods   as  roots-.-'soiling crops\and   dairy  oilai.  ,. - There is much difference of opinion  According  to   lhe reports  otsomo r      rdiri������?   the cost at  which  hogs fit  Ladysmith    people     who were in at- j f������  m^et can  ,)e ;.pro(lucedi       and  tendance    at      the so-called    boxing -lt,iere {s  ,)rc)tab"v  as much  difference  maxch at    Naiwmo on  ..Saturday iu   hetween  the cost, to  one   feeder and  was  the  veriest farce so far .as scoin-  (])e cos(; to another as between these  i i fie .contest Was concerned. Each mini  opinions.    Under   geaeral  conditions.  Walter* &  Akeiiiiead  C ' * **- 'J r  .L.1. .0  rigging. Tlie Soqucl, wJiich is , 21  days from 8an Pedro, is 'charterfcd  to load a return slum|ier cargo at-  Olympia   ���������Colonist.  i  SI\I(K\  (L* -Uk i *i- 1. *.������  r.KISIik  K C\)  p  i  FIRE  ON"  THE   MINNESOTA.  .*  alfalfa, clo.\cr, rape, vctclus, man  gels, sugur-ttuts and such coarse  grains as yield the greatest innnhcr  of  pounds of hog feed  per acie  A Yokolmma cablegram says the  Great Northern Steamship Com-  po.ny.js big steamer Minnesota, i'apt.  Kinder, fr0m PugeL Sound for Na-  gasakd, "Shanghai and Hongkong,, arrived at this port today and reports  that during the voyage fire broke out  of in the cargo in the third hold of the  to    ship.    The cargo was  badly damaged  land,  and   iu  so doing will  learn  reduce the cost oiiaihing hogs of ,the A survey  was  held aboard   the vessel  best type to a minimum. and   it was   recommended   that      tlie  e\IVIO STOCK  RANCH, cargo be discharged.   Harry  Don kin of  Di'pt'. of  ���������o   cultun  Snnligbt. Boap is boner t*u&a otlior sort*:*,  but ii belt when udcid in the Sunlight way.  Bay Sunlight Boa*) and fellow direction*.    <  It there  is anything  you    want  in  Jie Drug or  patent medicine line you  *ill   find   it at    the Ladysmith   Drug  Store.  SCHOONERS  COLLIDE.  hugoed and     slugged,-and'-varied .the .^ production costs in the neiglibior  performance by-    rolling off ���������the plat- hood of five tiollars per  hundred lbs.  form on     different'.occasions.      After on   an average...  In summer  under fa-  ihe  "light"   was stopped by   the po-, volatile conditions,   the cost  maybe  j  fice/a general/   argument took, place somewhat     lessened,  but in  winter,   |-   w,len  th<J  sch(J0Iiers  Soflfiel      anri  in  which,   among many  others, some  ,,ork can  hardly  be produced at the    Spo,caiie    wcrc being tow,ecl to n01-t  of Lhdysm.th's    .resident-. ��������� .tr.ok part,  fiK���������re mentioned.    As in all other: 1 in   ,)V  lhc fjg Wv.idda  on   Friday   ijiey  and can easily prove it.     There will  es of production  the cost will   viuy[wrc in c'0l]iiKj0I1.    Tu  be   no niorei    such contests in  Naivai-  according to the character of-he ani-  mo, at least     the Mayor is reported  mals  fe<f and   the  amoint  of iritelli-  tin's city  was  among the  passen^Ts  on  the. Cireat Northern liner.  POETS   AXD  THUNDER  Hryon in the third canto of (Miilde  Harold,  describe*  a thunderstorm  in  Switzerland   which   occurred   at  mi l-  night   on -June   13,   ISKi.   He  notiois  the  awtul stillness which preceeds it,  W. G. Fraser  MerchanlTailor,  .'    r    ��������� ( IBl    AVflUK- ���������  Pall Stock   on   hand. Call earlv and  get your choice  Stoves  Stove  B������  as so sayino-.  ������������;:  material is  Knigbt's  Book Store  ��������������������������� ���������  FOR RENT  TONIGHT,  THE   WATSON   STOCK  ���������"   ���������" AJl'ANY     .  Tonight  the  Watson   Stock   Compa-  rcturn ongagenient  Knight's Book Store.  The Bar of    thc Weil Known Hotel  Laivsmitli,   thoroughly furnished. ]]V    wiU &  J nr further particulars a.pply to D.   j"  C.  White, at the Hold. ' l���������,',,     r���������,f.   ..  ot   the  prettiest  comcdy-dramr.s  that  was    e\er     written.      iir.  Albert, J.  Kiniature Book of B. C.  Views at,   Watson     appears  in the leading role  and gives one of his 1 est performances. The entire Watson Company  of players appear to advantage in Tho  We.ste'r'n'e'r',"arid a first clfiss production  is   assured   local   theatre  o-ocrs  Tuesday night the great fan-p. comedy success, "Charley's Aunt" will  be presented. Everyone has beard  of Charley's A"i,t. It i������ siiurly one  long loud laugh from .start 10 finish.  Specialties are introduced each  iiiulit, in fad, (big fen.t.ure ;.|0ne is  worth the price of admission. Seats  are on salt" at I'ori'imnieis for earb '  erfoniiance, 25c, .Tic., r,nd -idc. It  would be well to rer-erve t!-.em early.  ������s crowded houses will be  'fence at each performance.  gence ccercised by the feeder.  j 'Takinq; one year with another the  Cnnadir-'n farmer oi> good land, who.-  unde-rstiUKis crop growing and hog  raising, can undoubtedly raise hogs  as cheaply as the figures ii.uotefcl, and  pronahly  for less.   He willlee.p on-  nmsPtitin.  -ii,    v   i suchsows  as produce !arjr������     sty lit- .���������     T       b    fe snmshed,  presenting   lhe  Westerner,  one   +,,,-<.  nf the ri������ht tvPe-       e       1 ������'*��������������������������� w    ���������  '-j    *. .       ,    *,  i..is  01 mi.  ii0ni   t\M-      'o j, davits torn out and  other  minor da-  All heaven and earth arc still, thoup-hj  not  in sleep,  But  breathless, !  until  .Krom    peak    to.jiealc,     Uic rattling  crags  among,  vessels met a 'I-'Caps. .tli'j live thunder!   Not     from  stiff head sqiiall  which o'.crcame  the l;Ilc 1g"c *rloud������  speed  of the towiboat  and  carrieii.tho   B������t every  inountahi  now hath  found  Spokune down  onto the  Soqud  tow- a  ionSu^ .  ing behind.    The  So^icl  was struck    And  Jura answers,  through. her mis-  in the vicdnitv of the hawse pipe Ifnd y s'nT0'llt|.  the  iron  work in a measure  prevent-   Back'   ta    the joyous Alj-s, who call  ed her bein������'injured, but the Spokane i to her aloud.  which   proceeded   this  afternoon      to .  Port Oamble, is reported  not faring  !    The      *.scription  is    too  long, to  Wi  arj making th^m oijthe Newest ������"Patfcern and Late.-.������  Styles.  WE DO ALL KINDS 6V VoU NDRY  WORK  Our Prices are Reatona ble  SEE OUR   NEW STAVES IN  BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.   v  '      < *"!'*  ������nd at LsdysrrillbJHardwartj-ciTipany  I.ADY5HITH   IftON & STOVE Wi ������^l 5 CO���������El���������Tr>.  such    pasture and   "Boiling crops as    m^c ^ ^ lho- uppcr worts  and  I.  any.  What it is  Everyone  to /Move and Get Things  broken up.  :n  evi-  To avoid this I have decided to sell out my  ent/re-Stock of Furniture, Glassware, Dishes,  Cooking utensils, at a Great Sacrifice, from iO  to 20 per cent discount for Gash Only.  SHOES, SMOES,        SHOES  FOR SALE  Tbe Cancy and  IVIaflVo,  on   1st.  ������.  C.  Fruil Ml ore of John  Avenue,   l.ndvsmitli,  CANADIAN  BACON  (0ne   hundred Pairs of (Mapl������ Leaf)   AH NINO   SHOIOS,   with   or   without  1 Nails.  "\Ioie than  three hundred  Pair   of   LADIES',    -"MI-INS    and      CIIILi)-  RIONS'  SI KIRS   will   be  sold   11H11 A.UDLIOSS OF  COST.  Thci.   sale  will   continue  from    Saturday  the I7t.h to Saturday  the 2-1.  CHAS.   PETERSON,  i  .   I'l.'RN'ITI'RK STORK  ���������5th  AVENUF.  &   ROP.KRTS   Rtrcot.  H the. bacon trade ;of Canada is to  Continue to improve if i.s necessary  that hog ra.i.seis ad.lice to the class  ofaninmls most suited to the re-  riiiirements  of  the British  market'.  In   the   production . or   lions   oi   the  lard      type   Canada   cannot   com.pere  successfuJly  with   the   United  States.  A visit   to   the Ohicngp   stock   yamls  and   (o   Western  cattle  feeding '   centres   affords   ample  evi.-'enoe   of    this.  A large   proportion  nf tho  rattle. iv:c  fed on snapped  or slid led   corn. Herded   with   these are   hogs  that  thrive  and      fatten   on   the un<li������cstrd   corn   I  'eft    i>y    the steers.     These       boos   '  coji-sLitnliiig  a by-n'-nd.uct   of     cattle  !  |J feeding,   are  produced   at  a cost much  lower    than    pork  can   be  raised   in  Canada,       All   United   Slates   ho-rrs  are not fed  in   this  wny,   but  a large  percentage  of    them  have,   at  least,  *Jthe    adumtage  of cheap  com,   than J  WATCHES  &X8DBSESZE33S2F  quote,  and,  indeed,  too, well  known  but Sir Walter  Scott's criticism   on  it may not be so, well  known.       He  says:  "This   is one .'of the   most' oea'ioifiil  passages of the poem.   The fierce and.  far delight' of  a thuiidj ��������� --ij.-rh ,s here  described     n      verse al:,ost as vivid  its      ligbtjiiiiigs. ���������    The     ve -tminder  . 'leaping     among the raltlinv,' irags,'  , the   voice  of mountains,      -    , s'-outing to each other,     the plashing     of  the    big rain,   flic     g'learning of  the  wide  lake,  lighted  like a phosphoric  sea,  present a picture  of sublime terror, yet  of eiijoyniont,  ofteiii attempted, but never.so well, certainiv r.e''ei  better,   brought, out  in poetry."  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 the best made. Shops  run by while help should receive  white peoples' patronage so loiij; as  they are properly conducted. i solicit a trial a������ your Baker.  C.  R. DOCILE,  THE WELLINGTON  I'.AKERV,  G)^>l^oi4L HOTEL  MR. aad  MRS. T. J. THOMAS, li  ol   Mouat Sicker H������tel, ani  ef    :,<  Palace Hatel, :Naia*nV,  hav*    .  chased tke   .  ���������COMMERCIAL ifOTEL���������  oa Douglas Street, "Vi^teria, ������pposi i ,���������  tlie city  hall, and invite their    old  PATRONS ANI FRIENDS TO VIS  IT THEM WHEN IN VICTORIA.  Smoke Big  1J.-.' Cigars.  ..���������';   ,.!   -r��������� o���������������������������  i    Prescriptions filled promptly at tbe  Ladysmith  Pharmacy. '���������'."���������'���������������������������  O' ���������   ��������� -i '.   . ���������'   -���������'  NOTICE  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BCTWECN  CHICiaO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL. QUEIEC.  PORTLAND, SOSTON,  Aad tha Prlaelaal BmiiBM CtaUr* mt  Ontario, Queb������c������ and the  Notice is    hereby given that I will  apply at   the next sitting of the Mu  nicipal  Licensing Board  for(,the-transfer of the retail     liquor: license heldl  by me" iot. the Portland Hotel, sitmai.  ted on Lot .10,'-"Block 4, First Avenue, to David Hynes.  ',     JOHN   LUGO  Russell'Simpson, Solicitor.  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO Tl IIFFALI, NEW T8RK AND  PNILAIELPNIA, VIA MIAIARA FALLS.  Far Titaa Taklai, ������to., addrasi  aio.w. vaux,  AMlitaat ������������������������'! rutaaear tad Tltlxat Afeat  taa ������������������m������ ar.. eHieaao, itx,  1  New    Pictorial     Post  Kuiglit������;. Boq1������ Store.  Car������,s  at  NOTICE  Notice i., hereby given that I, Ag-  ���������ics-'lvni������,iit, will apply at tha next,  regular sitting.of the licensing- "noard;  for the trailer of the retail liquor-  license held by me for thc premises:  lutely known as the Island Home Ho>  tel, located on lot 3, block 20. im  tlie city of Ladysmith, B. C, toi  George Han nay, the above hotel to*  ''������ known as The  Hotel Cecil.  Signed,   AGNES KNIGHT.  Diaries  f������r  Store.  1906  at Knight's  Book  MUSIC  Piniioforte.  and  *    oughly taught  by  Frank G. Asliton o  R'    tlm (iiiildhaU  School and Trinity Col  We  are now showing a Large Stock of||  Handsome Watches, Ladies and Gents  Vocal   Music   thor-  of  1-  lego    of      Music,   Linudoii,     England.  Pupil  of  the   late  Thom'is   Wiingjlimn,  Mus.   Hoc, Organist,    lirompton,  Oiaioij    London.  jSj!    Mr.  Asliton is now  resident in La-  S8 . dysmith  and     jirepared   to  tuke  ]>u-  1 pits .     Harmony  nnd  Theory  a Spe  cialty.   Tcrftis,  etc.,    on application.  P.   O.   BOX  223.  Notice  A. HOWE, of CHEMAINUS, has opened the MEATr  MARKET lately    run   by W. Ward, on R'obei'..- rtreet  WITH A FULljLINE OF FIRST CLASS MFA1S  A TRIAL SOLICITED  A.   HOWE  Phon������   20  and Other Jewelry of First Class Qualify  ~������t-.���������-.-.r^-.-���������^.������������������*a^^la������w^>jL������r^^i^*^,igaE������llial> _^r^::^~~".V':~~.'-"-"..:���������..._.: zmlxiu3l2it.  B-FORCIMHEF?  WATCHMAKER.   JEWELER,   OPTICIAN  First Avenue,    X   X   X      Ladysmith,    B. C  iPSOK  Solicitor.   Ete  \-/AlU!  to   loan  u-/������i  PAINTING   AND   FAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done  ���������ESaSEiSf  S. ROEDDNG  Orders  Promptly   Executed'  -" --   LADYSIVIITH


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