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 IGlSLhTlXK ASSEMBLY.  The Ladysmith Daily Ledger  I, ���������,**W*     ���������     Mm  YOL,.������  TUESDAY, FER. ]3, J90C  PR  ���������NT  BALFOUR WILL NOT  BE OPPOSED  Liberals will Let Him Take   Seat   for  London Without an  Election  IETTEB 6F  ICKNOWLEDGMEHT  FROM C. J. S8UTH  United StatesPreparing to Quell Anticipated Disturbance in the,  Far East  I on'don, '    Feb.      13.���������AUliO'ti-th Uic  t  Imperial parliament will net lo opened until ihe Iflth iiist., tie i.'.em-  bers have     assembled lo     elect th.*  China and realize that there should  be no delay in preparing forces to  protect the I'. S. interest in tili'e Far  Pinl.     should ,   their fore,".!,!/.Tings be  speaker.        It     will take a wick to   recli:,e-.l.        Tear'    is also expressed  swear all membtrs iji.     The Literals   thal Fl.lll(;.e an<i Germany -wi'li.come  have dwided to allow ex-pronwer  Balfour to take-the s?at for LonUon  un-opprsed.  lo   blows     ere,longiand-this would  mean a     F.tirr>i������an    war.   , The Eu-  New York, Fei������. J3.���������A Washington ropcun powers would be helpless to  despatch to The Times, says the war 'put dov.ti-.inv disturbance that'  rfel artiment is making propar..u]fons ,might .arise in Tniim-and Japan just'  to adkance forces to China, fearing recovering .from . the; effects of. her  that war will"break out theiii in the war with ������lussia, could not be relied,  suin#iier. The officials at Wa,-toing-l- l)n to- help in quelling disturbances,  ton, <he despatch says, are nuW.iy' therefore it- is thought advisable for  no ,it1(<jn;e" to conceal the anxiety V s- I'nitsd States to'niake all possi-  they feel at the    present situation iu   fcle (.reparation at once.  HUNTING WHITE BEARS  .     ON GRIBBELL.ISLAINID  Vancouver,   '    Feb'.     12.���������Peter M.   catch    one of the , .white bears, alive  Long,. one      of the  employees  oi the J for the, Park.  Princess   Royal 'mines, is at "the Do  minion Hotel. -    '  lie     says' there ..-,   is great interest  just    now     in the     colony of white  hears on    GrihP|gll Island, the Island  adjoining Princess  Royal.  The   Dominion government has  off-  A friend of his ��������� had ibeen hunting  on Grihliell Island,-and had come  .across .a white beac .with a Llack  cub. He. could have,; shot,the'cub,  as it was nearer, than the bear.'i The  |>ig white "mother'was'such'a "monster,   howeker; he-feared-that-if   he  The following letter has been received from Mr. C. J. South by Mr.  and llrs. Boyle, acknowledging a -uni  of money, collected for the Childi iii's  Home in Vancouver and also a box  of clothes made up by local people and  sent ,by the Presibytpiian minister and  his wife to the Home:  Rev.   R.   Uoy'lc.   Ladysmith,  B.C.  My Dear Mr.  and Mrs. Boyle: ���������  Voi.r kind  letter of  the   181 li  inst.  came to hand enclosing post-office order for S'1.25.  Many.thanlfs for   the  box of clothing so  kindly sent to,us.  You will have seen by the press that  the government'has accepted, my resignation  of. the office  of superintendent under  the, Act.    .This docs not  interfere  with, my work in  Vancouver,  but  prevents , me assisting   any  child outside  the city.  I sincerely ie-  grot mat my -^inability to live without remuneration ^compelled me to resign.   The, matter is in the hands of  Ihe government  and  the people.      If \  the people make it plain to the government that  the work must go.   on,  then they -will   be compelled  to   continue the work.     .._       '  Yours   faithfully,  C.  J.   SOUTH, Sec.  Vancouver  ,B.  C.'Jan. 24.  GOSSIP  FROM THE  WATERFBOKT  SALVATION ARMY  ADDRESS IN  METHODIST C  S.S.   'Venture   took   on coal here  this morning.  On Thursday evening at 7.30, Capt.  Daveys of the Salvation  Army,  will  S.S.  Riedar   is  now loading a car-!dcliver AI1  address, in the Methodist  ������o of coal She will take about C,500 c'1/iui'cl1 entitled   "From  Slum to Man-  tons this  trip.  S.S. Hciirielle came up from C'rof-  fon    to  load coal .before proceeding  north again.  sion." The address  will   bo  illustrated In   stereopticon pictures, and     in  it he  will  tell   us of  "Rescue Work"  as carried on  by  the  Army.  V  freewill offering will  be taken at j  CITY FATHERS  IN CONCLAVE  Aid. Campbell's Revenue Tax By-law  is Introduced and Read a  First Time  S.S.     Wellington,    which  here yesterday,  went on to Nanaimo  to load her ca^go today, Captain Cutler  reports  that  he spoke the German ship  Chile,  at point 4tf.l0 latitude,   125  longitude.    She wished  to  be reported  "All Well."    The, Chile,  Capt.    Cutler    understood,  is    pound  for Portland.,  the door in aid of the rescue worl-  arrived   "Wc urKc a11 *������ eome to this moe)ing,  and) trust that this- noble work   may  he liberally supported.  W.  C. SCHLIC1ITER.   . o   Curfew By-law is Also Read Once-  Sanitary Committee's  Report  PROTEST  ORE  FOR  SMELTER.  I    The  city council's  session last ev-  ALFONSO'S  CHOICE ening   was   very short,   there    being  'nriSSr     *\,    Tinie  tU"Ucil,a(? , but little business .coming up before  Price, l������T ? ������,H 1,7nan';aV    'the board.    The most important was  l J nncess Lna of Bat ten burg  to Kum  ,,��������� . .     ...        , ,.     ������ ...  Air^nc^    ^f     q��������� ���������    i 7, the introduction of the Revenue Tax  Alfonso    of     Spam have commenced ' n���������i������������������,  .     u, n       ^ ,,  ,���������;,,, ��������� ' ��������� ,.'.. r     , ,,    T .     'Bylaw  by Alderman  Campbell.-  I with a    uetition     from the Imperial <    mk.    ,.,, .     .   '     .  nt-^^o4o,w   is���������i���������,. i- , ��������� .   , q,1is bill was reud a first time and  J'totestant federation,   which  has  a'  Edward    'to    withhold  his consent.  NEWS NOTES  FROM THE  , ,.       ��������� ���������,      , - ,. T;.     , will  probably lie committed at     the  S.S. Capilano, is expected from the ^T^!��������� ^^l"? i������J^K , ������ext ������"������W fils the finance commit-  north on Saturday ;with the first con  sigiuiient of Omar ore for the Tyce  smelter. The Selkirk is now unloading a cargo of ore and the Tees discharged a cargo for Ihe smelter en '  Sunday night.  the niemfcer hoped to let the council  know in a week what the government  decided to do in the matter. Government machinery moved slowly,' but  he hoped the offer that the depart-  men,t would make would be satisfaC?  tory. His "Worship remarked t/hat the  delay  was  handicapping the  finance  The federation declares that Idle pro-11!? 'T* T Tl^0 prcP������re ^ committee  considerably,: as  they did  ������������������������������������,!   :   ,....    ,  ,,....,___    Jeport  as yet,  the bill  was  not dis- - --        --- -  cussed.  Aid.- Campbell's  curfew  bylaw was  i������������������.]o,j      ...    ���������  c    ,,     t> o ,,     ,'also introduced and read a first-'time  tended entry  into  the Roman Catho-  T*    *.    -,     A.   ,    ..,. ,  llf. ���������,, ,   / ... ,   .,        ,It provides, that children under     the  lie chi'^h, has greatlv shockeil them. .  . ,   ���������  posed marriage has caused the deepest sorrow anvl distress to Protestants,     and that     the  Princess:  in  _ The King's answer to  this first olh-  The-plans of the   steamer Princess ' daily     formulated'    'disapproval   is  ! age of fourteen years shall   not    be  (allowed   to roam  the  streets  after 8  CAPITA  -o-  cred, through a representative, $30'hurt the. cub ".the .white ,bear, would  for the head and skin of a white attack him! and before"he'could'net  bear, for the purpose of determining his-rifle in line,"the bear- was in'the  whether it is a freak or a distinct snowline, ?and .r ������������������ he ^could^iiardly' tell  species. - ,   ���������---'������ *''*���������*������������������?      ^~ ���������     '������������������  Mr. Long     says these white bears  have been     seen    also on-    Princess  Royal Island.        An Indian informed  skin ,of   . a white ., hear, as .white as  him that     he had    shot three white'snow.   ������������������  This' -bear      was" shot: on  .bears  on     Gribbcll   Island,   and   had -G-rilifccll  Islandr' ,,   x  bear' fromv- snow  Mr. Lang   "says that an Indian .at  Fort    Simpson^ '''has for  a rhat the  seen two ',on Queen Charlotte Islands  He sent his three skins to Hie Mainland, but tho would-be purchasers  told him that thev must bu goatskins, but this, the Indian said, was  not so, as lie had hunted all his life  and certainly could tell a goat from  a bear,'-/-.-.'- ..;   .'������������������������������������'���������  Mr. Long thought if the Park  Commissioners offered -sufficvent inducement, it    would  be possible    to  That there are while bears-on the  Island is an 'absolute ?fact, -for several skins haye'boeri sold arid-ha\e  been on view at a local taxidur-  mists.'.-'- ,..,:' ,.-'���������������:;.-/, ���������;;;.;,..:    '. ';M-;  There are several trappers' who  live hear Gribfiell Island .'who; it is  said, would, undertake to capture a  white bear alive and bring;it to  Vancouver if sufficient .inducements  were held. out.       .'"������������������''���������        ."������������������,:���������  MANY KILLED AND R  INJURED IN PORTLjWEmJB  Portland, Feb. 12.���������At least six Mount Mood  persons lost their lives in a fire that  swept the busy commercial. district  at- the east end of the iVlbrrison  street steel bridge, which spans i the  VVillamtette, river, at an early liodr  this morning. Ten .-or', more persons  were seriously injured and removed  to the hospital or homes of near.-by  residents.  The dead: Nathaniel P. Young,  watchman for the East Side Transfer Company, two unknown women  and two .unknown men and Harry  Taylor a >oy of .12, whom the police believe is dead.  saloon.- it is said, and  rapidly -'consumed'' that place and the  lodging house ain>yc; in which' a majority of those killed anf injured  were sleeping. Twenty-two horses,  the proiwrty of the East Side, Trans  fer company, . >yerc-destroyed' hy i-the.  fire. -Watchman Young's -death was  one of the thrilling spectacles of the  fire. .He.had'made several-trips into , the -Transfer stables, endeavoring  to s.ivc'thie horses, when he was cut  oil' by the flames. He made his way  to- 'one of 'the' upper windows, which  he broJie.   ��������� i: Looking.; out'lhe waved-  Victoria,  Feb.   13.���������Commencing 0n  the evening of Monday nexs, the l!)th  inst.,  and continuing,  until  the evening    of the. 21st;  the annual convention of the Provincial   School  Trus-'  tees' Association  will be heUl in this  city.    It is expected that there will  Uuriiiass  of  importance  wil lbc   discussed,   and' interesting  subject     dt-  bat-cd.    The present .educational sjs-  teni and  the  new school act  will receive  criticism,   particularly   by   rup-  resnita,tives. from  the-rural districts.  /J-lie'ii:ectings -will  be held iu   the as-  fcrii'My'juo.'ii   of    the Vi/ft(oriu    College and  the local cominittee are at  work   to ensure   success   at  Ihe  com-  ingcoineiition.    Airangcments   will be  niade' for  the/priblieation  of the proceedings  in  the press  of   the city:  A  deputation  of smelting nic-n   of  ���������the- province,   including  Thomas  Kiddie of  the Britannia  smelter,   J.   J.  Campbeil-'of  the Nelson   smelter,, and  W.  B., Hodges  0f the Granliy smelter  were  in the city   yesterday   to  interview   the government' respecting   the  smelter bill  before, the Hoiise.  Mem-  Lers  of the deputation  object   to   an  eight.hoiir   law  applying   to all ��������� cm-  pi oyecs  ajt smelters. ���������'Tliey'. concede  an  eight-hour  shift  for  the  twelve-  hour class, but protest against     the  further concession of eight hours foi  a ten-hour shift. .  May  as she  will  appear when she is   awaited with interest  again  placed     in commission on f he  Vancouver-Sltagway    route have been  received  at the      office of Mr. E. .1.  Coyle,  says a     Vancouver despatch.  The .May-     when she appears in this  port next/   will be practically a now  vessel, and  will hardly be .recognized  by    1hose     familiar with her.     She  will  be fastei    than Jjefore by several  knots,     .and      will'be  the fastest  vessel  running north  to Lynn Canal.  Mn  many     respects the interior o.f  o:clock ,during the winter anil after  9 o'clock during tht summer, v.nicss  in company of their guardians, or  unless a good excuse for their being  nbroad after the hours mentioned  can be given the police officer. The.  by-law s]>ecifies  that  for the     first  violation of its provisions the offender is to be warned;  the second,   the  Parents or guardians are to be writ-  j ten to,  and  for the third the offend-    er is to be taken before a magistrate  'or the mayor and can be fined a sum  New York, Feb.  12.���������One month on   not     exceeding   $5.00,  oi  in  default  ABOARD 1  WHILEB  not know  if the^.council would ha'^ e  to pay ,only a small sum -for the hose  or whether the price now asiced would'  be adhered to-   In the latter case,he  was sure the aldermen  were   agread '  (thatthe Wellington hose should be r*-  turn-^d and new hose procured.   The '  aldermen present made expressions ot ,  assent to the latter    remark of His  Worship. f .  Clearing the     Streets.     ,   ' '  Alderman Spence reported /that men  ���������  had been  at work cutting the   wood  on the streets and that already cu t  was  in splendid condition for burning.   The cheapest they would be ali-  le to sell  it to the school would bo  $2.50  per ,coid.    The work hadbein  commenced  in the upper  part of   the  toAvn, and the people, now that the  the   Princess   AlnV   Will   rp������mm,lil*������   th.l- * "c   """' "    "������b       U-"���������"S    ���������u.uu,   oi   in   ueiauit     .-....,   ��������� ~   r^-r^,   ������������"    - ���������������-   ���������-  m        T.       J   ������i"  resemble thAt   lhe  AtIantic     ocean  wiUl   thc, inner   lw:llC|1 up for one w   k   T,     bin wiU (ityi had     started   in  to clear    , tho  of  the     Pnncces   Victoria.      She is     ..���������  ;..  .,        ,   ���������__���������.������������������    ..      ._'_...,,  .           ...���������*���������      ^    w.,-.,  u..   ��������� k,.-��������� :���������.'  committed  at  the next   regular  quarter of the crew ill   meeting  of the  council.,       \  disease,   was     the exjper-  Sanitary.  streets,    wef.e    helping  by   - burning  stumps on  thc streets  in  front,    i>f-  their residences.   The mayor and al-  v  dermen seemed to  think that if the  .���������      ���������ie.,��������� r..   , ���������,       .., , ship converted into a>sm4ill-pox hos-   be  luxuriously fitted up.-   She will havc ...   ,       . '  i    11    ii ������. i. pital -and a  double  the pasfenger accommodation     ,.,,    ...,  she formerly had,   there  being seven-1.    ������������������    f t.       ...      ,   .    c, ..., ���������   ���������f .     .,,   ���������  ty-eight large staterooms, where for-j T     f������' U ������ WhaJ'ng b������SiSu,������ldan- ������/i   AUL SPCIlce.  for tho sanitary com-  , -,,-,. ���������.     n     ,  ! New London,    Sonn-     The story of    mittoe,  reported  that he and      the   wood could vle delivered at the school  the  smallpox outbreak on  the  whal- road foreman had made an inspection at. $2.50 per cord it was very reasoner was    ti������d     today by Mrs. M. J. of the sanitary conditions on       First able, and as cheap as they could ex-  Haggerty,  wife of the captain  of thc Avenue   complained  about by       Dr.    pect to get fuel and-at the saine'time  ship, who arrived here from Rio Ja- Reynolds.   Aid.  Spence and Mr. Cal- the city would be heneutted by hav-  nero  after    ten of its crew had died iendar weie of the opinion that     the ing the streets cleared,  of smallpox.,, and. .with.several others stench alleged to he arising in -.--that   -, Is It a. Street?    "   ��������� --.--.-  ill with the disease;and with the re- parL  Qn  account of no  drainage came '    The(    roadi    foreman's   report   was  niaiiiing members  of the crew frantic from   Ule  i0t adjoining   the  Pretoria, 'read. The  report  stated   that      Rev.  (o get ashore     off the vessel, which ,lotel     j^e thought if a t^x drain was Mr.  Boyle wanted  a railing put     in'  merly she had only forty-onti. f Every  one of these rooms is conifortahle  and roomy and all have large double  lower and single upper berths.  i The upper deck is well laid out,  there being a wide promenade, around the deckhouses. There "are o"n  the upper deck thirty-five staterooms  all of which open on the promenade  walk. There is also an observation  room forwa.nl, afler the one on tho  Princess Victoria,, in which passengers can sit in cold-and disagreeable  weatheiri and still hciin full view of  all  the scenic    points and  places    of  they declared had been  cursed.     The   Jml mK,er the platform running along front of the  Presbyterian church, or  cruise began, _   Mrs.   Hagterty said,  lhc sjde o{lhe biLliMing. all jmpure \va permission  to put  one there himself.  last October from the island of Fay  al, in. the Azores. After the brig  had    been     out some time a sailor  the disease  .  .        ,     .. . _, fell   ill of smallpox, and  interest    thev     are passing.      From i , >     ,.,    . ., .,,  ,.       ,..     , ;. ".-. '   spread     until nine    sailors were HI.  the.,oioservat'ion  room    a stair   runs.   ' . ,,        ,       -.������������������--.      ,��������� ,;  . ,    ,, ,   , ,,   .,       .   . Davs.-. followed     when, owing to the  down-ito the-mam  deck..   At 'i the af- :-.   '      *,. , . ,.   ������������������,���������,���������  . . ..    -     ... ., fear     which  spread among the mem-  ter-par;     of tho     ship on  the upper, ���������-.-.,      ' ,,     f .  -,,.,,.���������,  ,.,'.������������������ ,- ,. , ,      ,    hers      of the    crew,   the brig drifted  deck is a smoking room,  which'is al-     ,     ,        .       ,,-!.,       ? , ..i,-  ..������������������������������������ ,- ., about     almost like a   deserted, ship,  so on the same     plan as  the one on  The financial loss is not heavy and his . iiahds. to the. crowd below and  is about half covered by ��������� insurance., cried "Goodbye, , hoys���������I can't," get.  A number of persons are reported, out this-., time,;: and fell back into  missing.        Tho (ire    started in  the    the f lain es.  PROSPEROUS TIMES  SAWMILLS  Ooast sawmills,  which are in a po-"on hand that, thc contract could not  pition  to cater   to the export  lumber  trade, have   so -many   orders on  hand  that tlu-y are not in a position to ac  he considered for ^moment.  One mill declared  that  it migilit be  in  a position to deliver   the. cut  ask-  cept any large   contracts   for   imtmc- icd for, between two millioniiimmnim  diate delivery.    In fact,  it  is stated j and   two .million   fe.nt a,'out,   {he lat-  ithat one  large mill in this city, says   ter part of March,; or the middlei of  a Vancouver    exchange,'  has      con- j April,   but_ it could- promise nothing  'traded   for its  total  possible capaci-  better.    This  offer   is now  under con-  ty    for as much    as    twelve  months  from this date.'  These   interesting  facts  with    respect  to   Ihe. condition  of the   lumber  sideration, .and  if it cannot  be  bettered  may be accepted.    The. tirnJlir-r  which   is wanted  by the English  po i-  ple  is rough  dimension stuff,  much :A  trade on the British   Cplumhia coast   it  to be    used for  railway, construc-  wero developed   through   the efforts of   Hon .purposes in the United Kingdom  the  Vancouver  agents  of a large Engl ish corporation   attempting   to place  an  order" for    immediate execution.  Mill   after   mill ''tunned   the, propc-si-  ion  down,  the  usual   declaration  be-  G en orally,    the  lumber.' industry  is  reportoil  to be  in   a very  flourishing  condition. ���������' The marketing of  a greater  output  than ever  is expected ,    in  the Northwest during the coming sea-  INCREASE OF  RETAIL PRICES  ��������� Calgary, Alta., Feb. 12.���������Alhierla  lumbermen have been busy .arranging  for the formation of'an association  to. look after their interests in that  province in Calgary today. Tho |entire district has been represented by  tho gathering here, and there is cv-  crv Hklihood of an association bc-  i!..fc formed .fan a permanent basis in  tin; course of a month ior so, when  another meeting will be held. From  what the dealers say there will likely be. a rise m the price of Unrulier,  owing to the increased demand. It  is not the intention of the proposed  association to boost prices because  of the organisation, but because of  the increased demand owing to the  large* iniiiiingratioii which Alberta  will receive. The -dealers of Alberto, and those of the new province to  thc east were formerly tuwler one  organization, but the division of the  territory has made the formation of  another association necessary. Provisional officers have been elected as  follows: President,  P.   A.  Prince,  Calgary; vice-president, A. I!. Cusli-  i"ig(,. ' lEdjiumtoln; secretary, D-t. M.  Grogan,   Calgary.  the Princess. Vic.toi.ia. About amidships a wide space has .been left for  promenade purposes, where one can  go frotm one side of the ship'to the  other without walking the entire  length of the vessel.  On  the afterpart  of the upper deck  ha\e  a drain put on his  property so  ���������that the  water  would   be taken   to  With    Mrs.   ' Haggerty on board the  vessel    were her two" children. -    Afr  ter landing    ,at Rio ' J'anicro she re- . ,.,,���������-.  niflined-tha-e'.   until the ���������disease had   the street drain-He was-of-theopm-  been stamped out   on the Sullivan.  ter coming from the house and-   also The report also made reference to the  from  the swamp  adjoining it  would   First   Avenue sanitary  conditions  on  be-taken away  and obnoxious smells  the same  lines as   Aid.   Spence's  redone away  with.  Also  aheap  of de- port.   The foreman reported that Mr.  I,ris"at  the'back  of the hotel should   B.  Fagan had complained about   the '  he burned.    There  was   waste   water   street in Avhich' he lived.    The raised-  running- troin  Mr. Davis' property on and railed "sidewalk on First Avenue  to.- the.lot adjoin Jig,   and he   thought   prevented, anyone  approaching  his re-  l\lr.   Davis  should  be reguested   .   to  sidence from- the front road,  and it  wras necessary t o go  along the   bai'k  alley.....;.'  Aid.   Spence said   that  Mr.  Fag: a  J oii   (hat ��������� the owners   of  the property had, interviewed him and  threaten:.!  should pay for the  construction     of   to sue'the city unless the rail     w.,3  the drains.    ... ^removed  from the First  Avenue side-  Aid.  Tha,  wlio  was present,  agreed walk and  an approach to  thc front of  New'   York,  Feb.    12.���������The  Kaiser- i0   do this,   and   the sanitary  inspec-   his residence -made possible.     He had  MARCONI'S  WIRELESS.  is a small    saloon and social hall as  formerly. The    jjurscr's office and  ^ilhelm II.,  from  Bremen  for     New  tor will request Mr.  Davis to do  the agreed   to build a sidewalk up to  the  York,   was in communication bv ..wire  aamc  room is 'on the upper deck forward.   ���������o  15 BODIES  WASHED ASHORE  Seattle,  Feb.  12.���������Fifteen dead  bodies   were  washed  ashore at Yakata-  ga beach on    Uccemher   L,   an<l  they  nowliC!   buried,  'Unidentified.   They are  thought to be  the members  of       the  crew  and  fishermen  of the long  overdue 'schooner  Nellie  Coleman,  now il-t  days out from  the fishing station at ���������  L'ng'a   Island.    The  miners  worked all  day  digging  graves   for  the  unfortunates,   marking each  one  with.a slab  of   wood. ���������>-,  less telegraph with the Marconi station at Sable lrland, ��������� N.S,., at Up.  in. Sunday, when the \essel was 200  miles  southeast. ,      '  COMING: WATSON  STOCK COMPANY  front of his house from the l-'itst Av-  Cemctery. enue '"'sidewalk   if the-council would  Aid. Tha reported tdrat Aid. Pat, 'permit him.  tcrson wanted certain work done at | Aid. Uren ini^tered where this'stiret  the cemetery and would like the per- was and upon its location being dus-  mission of Ihe council t0 spend some cril.ed, viz., that it was on the upiier  oT the money now in the cemetery side of Ihe Pretoria hosel, expresred  treasury, for !he purpose. Permission, astonishment that the place in que������-  was- granted and in a subsequent dis- tion was a public highway. Thc aid-'  cushion Aid- Urer.'expressed the opin- ermen . ao-reed that Mr. I'rcn was to  ion that clover should be sown at be excused for his ignorance on this  the cemetery. He thought that grass question. Nobody w0uld imagine Vhat  would not grow there properly, ihe swamp was supposed to be a  and it would he necessary that either street, and by the discussion that  clover or    grass  be planted  to  make    followed     it seems    likely   that   the  council will  take steps to   grant Mr.  POST0F1-MCE  SAFE   BLOWN.  night,   Feb. ..J nth.,  and   20th.  Tho company will be here for two  nights and will present two new  plays.    The opening production     will    .-���������  j be,   '������������������'���������The    .Westerner::      which  is at  Spokane,  Fen.  J 2.���������The safe in  ihe'present running at, the Watson   thca-  post-oITice  in   an East  Spokane   gro- j-tro    in  Victoria. The entire pro-  ccry was blown open with nitro giy- \ duction will he brought here .com-  terine yeslerdav morning. The rob- l,,ctc an(l produced in the same care-  sccunsl   $70 in   moncv and  $3(10    '������'   manner    as at   thc home   theatre  of the company.  Tuesday    night the most successful  Fanners, ranchers   ami   local    gard-   farce     comedy  ever  written,   "Char-  It will be    pleasant news  to-local  well known  Watson   Stock   Company   ,he cemetery look more decent  l-hcatre^oers   to     know      that     Hie Hose Red- - Pagan's  request as soon   as;��������� possible,  will    play a     return  engagement at      Mayor  Nicholson reported  that he |    Those present at last night's mcet-  Ladysunith,      starting    next Monday   1,a;,   Kec.n   Mr.  Parkcr Williams  in re-' ing  were:    Mayor     Nicfjbjhson,   Aids.  gnrtl    to  the hose reel question, and    Campbell,  Uren, Tha, and  Spence.  ru  bers  in stamps.  ing that  there  is now s0 much work son.   Saskatchewan and  Alberta, are  commencing' to draw upon tho mills  on this coast in increasing measure,  and it is now recognized that in the  years ,to;come that market will be  the principal one which the industry  of ISritishColumbia  will  feed.  fliers say that as a result of the ex- K-y:s  Aunt,::  will be the bill. Every- wf)r(.  the Government  m&y .hftVe   Ior  traordinM-y  mild   weather  now    i-re- ������t- b:-.H liranl *-of Charley's Aunt and her  (o do   and  onc suggeStion  is that  ,n;iii,,.   <i���������,   i rrx���������   ar������������������,mmi,Mcin������   i,i a. more  do m sdi I ful Coiiiedv  was   nCA'cr .     ,, .        ,   ,   ,     ,,   , ,      j  \ailing  the   Mors aic commenting  io ���������-- ��������� m the spring she should  be employed  MAY MAKE TRIP'S^. i0^M % win^>'i������  | necessary, in the ico.   When Comman-,  TO^PAT?   lMOPTW derLowe took the Neptune to. Cape  * ".IX  iN V/Iv I 'l Sabin  two years  ago he was satisfl-  (dif instructions had permitted,      the  conditions  were so favorable that he  Ottawa,  Feb.   13.-The  building   of J could probably have made the      ras-  fhe new steamer for thc mounted po-  sage   since  made by  the Norwegian  lice,    which    patrols*   Hudson   Bay, j Captain Amundsen,  through to Beau-  leaves the Arctic free for any other    Port  Sea.  written.  S!c������..:   ��������� 'io..l.i  Ik' '"-���������   i  ,;   - ,' i  for  tiles;-   \V.'i!i,,.:ii      p?rf..l     ;  is,   as  .ill'lll-  1 fr''   !.<i :- c-s    will  ii,-  ','  ..-   '.  : .'.-  ' iring  th."  < iit.a.! ciiunf.  bud   and   vogctation   is  advanced   L-  degree not known in any jircviou.1- --..'a  son.   Logan berries  are in blo������in       ;  are also-the cherry    trees.���������Cob. .il'.  ������������������, o-   Mrs.   Crimsonbeak���������Do  you  r;    ."m- *     ������  ' bcr what  1 said before I niarri:-1 v oti        "'   '!V������   my   lo e   ;;i i'.c  I    Mr.   Cromson-bcak���������That you   would   sang  fh;>  youno-  nirn   -.* nlci.:;.-.   .  not marry  the best  man on earth.    ���������    "lliili'':  o.Yck-iiii'c.<   her  ������������������:���������   i-er bro  "Well.  I've kept my word haven't , ther>   "J'P'U hain't  never  t- :;n  tier   in  j?" the morning yet."  xt     A large, beautifully   tinted        sea  pring slvo siiouirt   De employed   shell,' with  the edges slightly broken  to-ascertain  the   earliest   date       on  [and   the words' "Los  Angclesi  Cali-  which  the Hivlson   Strait  is open   to   fornia," stamped upon it,   has   been  navigation, and after this be. commissioned  for  an exploratory voyage  in  the   far  North.    With  favorable conditions she should visit most of Ca.n-  prcsented to Collector of Customs A,  Munn, of Vancouver, by. Captain But  ter, of the tug Lome. The shell was,  found among some   wreckage of the  "ing,::   ;i<ia's  remote arctic possessions,  and .ill-fated steamer  Valencia,   and doubt  possibly make her way  through    the   less was a souvenir  of Southern Call  Northwest Passage to Teauport Sea.   fornia    being    taken home  by  rome.  The Arctic was  specially!* built   for (tourist who  was a passenger on   the  service   of this    kind,  and could be   ship. j K-!  "Hw-  THE    DAILY    LEDGER  M  LOCAL ITEMS  Miss E. Dofceson will be at the Ab-  botsford Hotel' evetry Saturday afternoon to give lessons in Vocal Culture. Phrasing, management and control of breath, tone production, 'efficiently taught. For particulars apply Box 12, or Phone MC, Nanaimo.'  Smote Little *. Cigtis.  WANTED,    (at once) photo of I ������  dysmith ,at Knight's Book Store.  Prescriptions filled promptly at the  liadysraith Pharmacy.  Mr.  J.  A. Knight was a passcngi r  to Victoria this morning.  ii ���������iiV  ASK YOUR  GROCER FOR  CUPONS  WHEN YOU PURCHASE  WHITE SWAN   SOAP  Miss Tngham, accompanied h- Miss  Mathers, visilc-.l friends |n Nanaitno  ycslonlay,   rctiirnipt;' this morjiing.  'Mosars.   J.   II.      lladUliorntih'waite  and  Purkcr Williams,  M-.  P.  P., |:as  se<l    through     on the morning train  to   Victoria.  Mr. Wilfrid Akcnhead was among  the citi/cns of Ladysmith visiting  Nanaimo ycsteiday. He returned  ihis morning.  YOU MAY WIN A SINGER SEWING MACHINE!|  ���������Meredith roturm-d  on 'the      Snud'e Big  II. Cig*rs.  FOR SALE or RENT  ���������    The "Well Known Hotel Ladysmith,  llioroughly  furnished,  also  bar    and  fixtures for   sale or rent.     For fur-  ther particulars apply to Annie Stevens, at the Stevens' Block, Ladysmith, B.- C.  .Mr,   M  iiioriiing train fiom a hunting trip up  the line.  Pictorial   . Poet  Mr. J. J. Thomas, who spent,  yns-  New  Kiiighl:s. Book Store.  Cards  at  leiday in  nine  o'cloc-  If llu re is anything  you    f/apt, in  Nanaiino, returned on the , ,.  :  train  this morning. : ������,(' ������������'B or  patent medicine lino you  will   find   it at    the Lad} smith Drus  Mr  Hank of  yjsjt lo  moriijiig,  oi the Canadian   Store.  N.   Bra}',  jr.,   Ui ....~  - ^ , N  Commerce, returned from a .  Il,i3 |    Mr.    McOresor,    ol   Nanaiino,   was  the guest    of Mr.  \V.   Walkeni at the  Hotel   Fn.nL   last  evening.  his home  in  Nanaimo  Miniature Book of B.  Knight's Book Store.  C. Views at,  ���������   ���������  ���������  Having taken over the  BOOT & SHtE  business of T. McEwan  we ask for a Continuance  of the Patronage extend-  eu to him and by Strict  Attention to Business  hope to keep before the  Public a First Class  St-ckofthe   Best  Lines  ������ IB-  .f..I..5-^.^^.+-l"V*4->I'':!"l"I"T"!-'J"l">-f  Owing to the room in  .our Shoe Department being too shlall we intend  Sacrificing Several Lines  I of flens'. Womens'aud  Children/  ������lioes  ' j\!r. Russell Simpson visited 'Nanaimo vfsl-erday. He returned this  morning.  Mr. Cavin, of Simon Leiser's shoe  department, returned on the morning train  from  a visit  to  Nanajmo.  Sec BUir & Adam's ailvertisemcnt  in another column,  Vcn, Archdeacon Scriven passed  through to Duncans on the morning  trajn from Englishman's river, at  which place he conducted services  yesterday.  Numerous enquiries are coming in  from the) Northwest, Manitoba and  further East, also from the states,  for farm lands on Vancouver Island, thc climate, and about the  reports of development of the Island wliifh the C P. R. an<l the  c.r.ind Trunk will carry out- within  ihe next  few  years.  Gypsy fortune    tellers pitched their  tens on the Pavilion green on Sutur-  j day    and all -   day    yesterday    did a  ��������� roaring-    business.        Many a young  man consulted the prophets and with  , thio^ciitig    pulse heard his  fate f>rom  ' the lit-s    ol  the dusky countenanced  female or her swarthy faced husband.  I In    nearly    all cases   the swain was  '! told  Hint the damsel loved  him dearr  ly, but was  told    to beware of thai  mysterious dark man and the  designing,   black-eyed woman,  who always,  according to  thc fortune teller seemed to    figure    prominently in the -future ��������� of   all.'      Now     that so many  know      that they are io he rich in a  few months,   no  doubt .care will    he  thrown  to the winds and  business in  town will he brisk..  an.,  on  Friday, Feb. 16  we Start our  LKj-'T   I OR ASJlCKpFT/  On the S. P. Jo.ui Saturday morn  ing-, Mrs. R. Boyle, accompanied by  her daughter, Miss Hclma, left for  Arhcroft. The ladies expect lo be  away for over a month, visiting  friends in Mr. Boyle's old district.  Before accepting ^lie pastorale pf  the Lad> smith churph, Mr. Hpyip  resided with his family for1 several  years in- ��������� Ashcroft, and their many  old friends are . preparing a great  welcome for Mrs. and Miss Boyle.  ���������NOTICE-,  Owln j? to ill health I  have been compelled to  close out my boot and  shoe business in Ladysmith and have sold my  entire stock to Messrs.  Blair & Adam. Trusting  you will in the future  extend to my successors tlie liberal patronage extended to me in  tlie past  I Remain,  Yours Faithfully,  THOMAS McEWAN  P  ��������� ��������� ���������  Entirely JNew Range of  Patters this season���������  They come ii Spots,  Checker d Planets, &  Fancy Striped���������They  are ������ot all in yet, but  what are in show a  Decided Tendency to  the Fancy���������In fact  they have come to  stay���������We have a  Beautiful Range and  More Coming in ev.  ery day���������You Should  See Them.  Walters &  Akenhead  oi     Cold  a������d  How  - AioiJ Them.  More fatalities have tu������ir grigiH id  or result  from a cold  taaa from anf  other  cause.    This  fact  alone should  make  people r ire caref-ul   as *��������� there  is no   danger  whatever   from  a cold  wheu it is properly treated is. the beginning.   For ma������y years  Chanbbr-  lain's  Cough Remedy lias boen   rec-  ogaized as the most prompt a*d   effectual .medicine  in use r for  this disease.   It acts da   Mature's plan, loosens the cough,'relieves the lungs, opens the secretions  aud aids nature ia  restoring    the system'   to a healthy  condition.     Sold by the Ladysmith  Pharmacy.  NaTIOB  Mortgage Sale ���������  Under aad by virtue of the powers  contained in a certaia Mortgage  which will be produce*! at the time  uf the sale there will he offered for  sale b? bhiilir ahction oa Faturhay  Fe!. 3rd., > 1806, at tk������ kour of lu  o'clcck in' the forenoon, at the L*w  Ollice of M. R. Simpson, in the city  of Ladysmith, B. C, by G. R.  Thomas/ the following property: Lot  ���������line (9) block alnety-s������v������n, (97)  and buildings thereon, s tuated on  Baden Powell street, ia the City of  Ladysmith.  Terms of payment caa be arranged  .-ill' the Mortgagor or bus Solicitor.  For further' particulars and condj-  lions of sale apply to  RUSSELL SIMPSON  Solictor for the Mortgagee. >  Mated at Ladysmith this 29tk day  of January, A. D., 1908.  GENTS' FURNISHINGS!  Wc have over $2000 worth of Men's  vnd Boy's Clothing on hand which  we  dispose of at  .'  lis and 40 ?tt Gent  N ;��������� below Regular Selling Price. All  Goods Marked in Plain Figures  Men's Suits $15 Now 11.50  " " $12 " 8.50  ���������������������������������������������������������������*���������  We Are Expecting New Stock in  and  Our Room is Limited,  .  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  GATACRF. 8T  LADYSMITH  K5SK  Smoke Big n, Cigars.  Latest magazine's at Knight's.  ('oiivmon Colds   arc the Cause  Miuiv  Serious     Diseases.  of  Physicians  who have  gained  a national reputation as "analysts of the  cause of various  diseases, claim;that  of catching cold  could  be avoid :J   a  long    i list    of dangerous     ailments  would never be even heard of.      .KV-  ery -one Knows that pneumonia   and  consumption originate  from a   cold,  and chronic catanh,  bronchitis, and  all  throat ajul lung trouble are    ag-=  gra-valed, ajid rendered  mqcc serious  by  each  fresh  attack.    Do not risk  your life or laK'c chances   vhen   you  ha\e     iv cold.-   Cliam������;prlain:s Cough  Remedy will cure It before these de-  scascs  develop.    This   remedy       contains no   opium,   morphi'r-C or  oilier  harmful drug and has thirty  years of  rejnitaeion  buck  of it,  gained  Uv its  c.tcs under i- cry condition. For s,alo  by  tho I.'aitysmiMi Pharmacy,  FOR SALE  fOR  SALE���������Stocli and  Fixtures   of  J. H.    Tail's Candy and Tobacco  store on' the Esplanade, for 5225 cash  Apply0 en   premises.  Remember th������    ..place to get writing material is Knight-s Book Store  __ o ___  MUSIC  Ladysmith  YUEN  Merchant Tailor  .���������������������������'������������������ IP' ���������  B   C  ��������� ��������� ���������  Over $2500 Worth  of Footwear to go-  Come Early and get |  First Choice  If  Pianoforte and Vocal Music thoroughly-taught by Frank Cr. Ash ton of  /jit- Clujjdliall School and Trinity C\>i-  ,'egfc at i'liisic, Lonulon, King1]and.  Pupil of the late -Thomas Wiingjiaan,  Miis.   Doc, Organist,    Bronvpioii,  Oraiot^   London.  iMr. Asliton is now resident in \.z.-  fiysniilh and J'ri:|>ared to tu'c pu-  j'ils . llarnoiiy ami Theory a Xpe  c.'ally. Terms, etc., on aPl'lii'ati"'i.  1'. O.   HOX   2!I2.  We are now showing a Large Stock of  Handsome Watches> Ladies and Gents!  RINGS  and Other Jewelry of First Class Quality  iz:j������zxtBaimmn  B FORCJMriE?^  \ ' WAlCHMAKIiW.   JEWELER,   OPTICIAN  I    First  Avenue,    X   X   X-     Ladysmith,   B. C  COUGH RI-JJUHDY  fes on qw  Big Window and Look  out  BLAIR &  ADAM  Mr- P. O. Case, a mail carries of  Canton Centre. Conn , who has been  in the h S. service for about sixteen  ���������years, suys: "We ha c tried many  cough medioines for croip. but Cham-  beriain's Cough Remedy is king ol  all and one to be relied <:n every time  Wc also lind it tha, best remedy for  coughs and colds giving certain results and leading no bad after effects." For siie by The Ladysmith  Pharmacy. '     j     ���������  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  rim by while help should receive  ���������white peoples' patronage so long as  they are properly conducted. i so  licit a trial as your Baker.  C.  R. DOCILE,  THE WELLINGTON BAKERY  PAINTING  AND PAPERHAN6ING  Neatly and Artistically Done  S. ROEDDNG  Orders  Promptly   Executed  --   LADYSSVHTH  Notice  A HOWE,|ofCHEMAINUS, has opened the MEAT-  (MARKET lately   run by W. Ward, on Roberts street  WITH A FULLjLINE OF FIRST CLASS MEA1S  i 6 5; Ufsge.a fptcfalty  A TRIAL SOLICITED  A.   HOWE  PLone 20  SYNAPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST, MINING REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal lands  may  b* purchased at $10 per acre for soft, coal   and  $20  for anthracite.  Not mort tfcaji  320 acres can be acquired by mm in-  dividual or company.   Royalty \xl the  rate    o? tea cents per toa of U,000  poundi    shall     b������ ouUectml on' thi  gross output.  Quartz���������A free miner's certificate is  granted upon payment in adrance of  $7.50 per annum fer as individual,'  and from $50 to $109 per annum foi  a company, according to capital.  ��������� A free miner, having discovered  mineral iu place, may locate a claim  1,500 x 1,500 feet. The fee for recording a claim is  $5Jt |'  'At least $180 must be expended op  the claim each year or paid  to the  mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500  hai beeii expended  ot paid, the  locator  may,  upon. having  a lUivey  made, and upon complying with other requirements, purchase the laad at  $1 an acre.  The patent provides f������ the payment of a royalty ef 2| per eent on  the sales.  PLACER mining clains generally  are 100 feet square; entry fee la������ renewable yearly.  A free miner ma,y obtain twe Isaacs  to  dredge for  gold  ������������������f  five miles  each for a term of twenty years, renewable at the descretion of the Minister of the Interior.  The lessee shall have a dredge ia  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five mile*.  Rental, $10 per 'annumJfav.-Vacb mile  of river leased- Royalty at the rate  of 2 ������ per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the In  erlor.  Smoke Big B. Cigars.'  W. G. Fraser  MerchantTailor,  - (ist Avenue)  Pall Stock   oh  hand. Call early and  get your choice  Stoves  We ari-maklng them oOhe Newest ^Pattern and Lates<  Styles.,  i      ( ������������������  WB DO ALL KINDS OF FOU NDRY WORK  1 Cur Prices Are Reason* hie  SEE OUR   NEW STOVES JN BLAIR 'AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  .;* and at L������dysml!hJHardware|Company.'"'  LADYSfliTH   IRON & STOVE.!WORKS CO,, LTD.  -tt-a-:  NOTICE  Notice ia hereby given that I, Agr  nes Knij,������it, will apply at tlie next  regular sitting of the licensing board  ior the tra'-fcfer of the retail liquor  license held by me for thc premises  lately known as the Island Home Ho  tel, located on lot 3, block 26, in  the city of Ladysmith, B. C, to  George Hannay, the above hotel to  bo known as The  Hotel Cecil.  Signed, AGNES KNJG/HT\  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed, aud at reason  able rates.  RESIDENCE AND  OFFICE  Gatacre St. Ladysmith  OPKN   AT   *LL HOT'RS  HAY, GRAIN and  f ARM PRODIM  Orders will be delivered anywhc.i  In tha city promptly and at the lo ���������,  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, on t&*  Ecplanadt.  James Warnoclr  BO   \EArt9'  EXPEDIENCE  inAoc Marks  Designs  COI>VltlCHTS Ac.  Anyona wndlnc ��������� iktlob and ducrlptlnii ma������  qalckly ucartclu our optnloa free whether an  lloiu ���������trictly confld������u������  sent (raa. Oldair  Patanta  . Handbook on Patonla  Inrcntlon la probkbly aataatabla.   Communlrv   jnBdwMaLr" "  Mt.iM   *n ttn  tpttlat notka, \  >lT������NT!  ^ .        DESIGNS V,  ������   TRROEMAhKS   -<  ^ AND COPYRIGHTS 4  ������aB-BMasa������uBi-������^      _0BfAIKEp i  ^ADVICE A5 TO PATCNTABILJTY  V Notice in ;.'Inventive Aga " .-"  i Boo^ "How to obtain Patents" ���������   ��������� ��������� BB fBt II  I Charges vioderatc. No Tea till patent is secured.  f       Letters strictly confidential.   AddreaBj.  FREE  tent is secured. ,     1.   Addreaa.  f E. G. SINGERS, Patent La������7er, Washington, D. C.J  Oldaat immes for aaeurlng; patent*.  tak������a iSrouah Hunu ft Co. recolra  lea, vMlKHit oharaa. la tba  SckBtific Hmerkaiu  A haHdaomaly lllnatratad waakly. Jjirirest Hr>  anlatton of any aalantUa ioaraal. Tarnia, Hi a  faar: four moatba, ������U lold by* il nawadealcrt  WIINN 8 Co���������.���������������������������*��������� Mew Yorls  COMMERCIAL HOTEL  MR. and Mi(s. t. J. THOMAS, lalf  of   Mount Sicker Hotel, and df the  Palate Hotel," Nanaimo, have    |.J".  chased the "'   COMMERCIAL HOTEL   on Doufclas Street, Victoria, opposite  the city hall, and invite their    old  PATRONS AND FRIENDS TO VIS-  IT THEM WHEN IN VI������-  TORJA.  Diaries for  1308  srt  Mranght's Bewt  Stort.  M. R. SIMPSON  Solicitor,  Ete.  Money to   Loan  tj Avenue -      I ABYSM 1  cum  ,5TtM  EXCELLENT  Train Service  __ ���������ETWEKN  CHICflaO,LONDON,  HftSltTON, TORONTO,  NONTREIL QUE1EC,  PONT UNO, BOSTON,  Aai tha. rriaolaal Buitaeaa OaaUri ������f  Ontario, Qu������b������c, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSI Tl ilFFALI, NEW VIRK AMD  PHILAIEI.PNIA, VIA NIAIARA FALLS.  Far Tltae Tablet, ate, addrais  dKO. W. VAUX,  Aittitaat *������*'l ranaacar aad TUtret Agent,  las Afeaiaa St.. CHiaaeo, uil,  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that I will  apply at the next sitting-'of the. Municipal Licensuig Board for tha tra������s  fer of the retail liquor U-cense held  by mc for the Portland Hotel, sibua  teil on Lot 10, Block 4,������������������ Hirst Ave--  nMe,, to David ���������Hynes.  !' . JOHN  GOGO  Rupsell Simusou, Solicitor  "CAPIT������rAL   CAN   BE EASILY IN  TERESTED -if your biisiiess is  sound rund legitimate; we will re-organize ydu on .a moucy earning basis,;  nerw Miterprispfi successfully promoted; rjicorpo,rated; guaraiitoeing; uu-  'derwriting;' .public wpri<s iinanoed;  corporate securities:/Vriarket������d; write  us. ���������'���������������������������. ...  ; ..CORPOR'ATIO'j:    SERVICE  COMPANY, of America. PouasylTa-  nia bid.,  Philadelphia., 'pa. '  It is moire .than forty years since  Gen. Spinner,- who has been callvd  "the father of tlie employment of  women in the'federal service, 'Vlound  places /or a few women in the' treasury department at Washirmtor.. He  was then treasurer of the United I '  States, and there was Ugr-3-at dearth [  (of eligible employees-In co/.isequeiice j From this dat& the undersigned  of the draf-te' mad& upon, the young ' will not be responsible for any xa-  men of the. counfe-j-  by, the diivil war  debteaness     incurred  exeept an      *  NOTICE  General  Sp-innw   proposed   the     employment of 'women  In the place of  men, and tlje/idea which he started,  has gone bn, almost  uninterruptedly!  since,  but not to the extent that   i������  popularly, supposed.   ,  written order signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V.  I.  EXPLORATION &  DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th4 1901..     :, <&  ATIVK ASSEMBLY  Ladysmith Daily Ledger  YQL..8  TUESDAY,  FEB. 13, 190<!  pr;j  ������wt  BALFOUR WILL NOT  BE OPPOSED  Liberals will Let Him Take , Seat   for  London Without an  Eleclion  United StatesPreparing to Quell Anticipated Disturbance in the   \  Far East  1ETTER OF  ACKNOWLEDfiMENT  FROM C. J. SOUTH  GOSSIP  FROM THE  I  I ondon, Feb. 13.���������.'Ulhiwifh the  Imperial parliament will not It opened until the mt-h insl., lie i.'.cm-  liers have assembled lo cirri du'  ��������� speaker. ,lt will take a wi ak lo  swear all iraembleis in.'. The Liberals  have decided 'to' allow ex-preinjier  Balfour to-take -1 he seat for London  un-o-pprsed.  New York, Fei>. 13.���������A Washington  despatch to The Times'.says'the war  - d������i artiment is making pr������pa"ui������ons  to adtwrnce forces to China, /caring  that war'will'break out (here in (lie  sumjiier. .The oflicials at W.i to:nation, the" despatch says, are making'  no at1cjii;<e'to conceal the aii-VHil;-  they feel at,the    present situation in  Clviiu and' realize that there should  lie ,no delay in preparing forces to  protect Ihe -U. S. interest in lihe Far  I ait . should their forcy'.'lings be  rejli:i\l. l-'ear"    is ateo expressed  that France and Germany will "come  (o blows ere.,long.and this would  mean a ' F.uroi������can war. The European powers would be helpless to  put down any disturbance ,. that'  might .arise in China and Japan- just  recovering' from" thci ejects -of:her  war with fJ'ih.sia,' could not be relied,  on to    help .in, fiueiling .disturbances,  ihrrpiore it- is thought advisable for  h" e l'nited States to make all possible preparation at once.  The following letter has been received from Mr. C. J. South by -Mr.  and Mrs. Boyle, acknowledging a Mini  of money- collected for the ChilJi m's  1 lome in Vancouver and also a box  of clothes made up by local people and  sent ,by thc Preshyt^riatt minister and  his wife to the Home:  Rev.   11.   Boyle,   Ladysmith,   B.C.  My Dear Mr.  and Mrs. Boyle: ���������  Your kind letter of  the  181li  inst.  came to hand enclosing jiost-office or-,  rier for $'1.25.  Many,thanks for   the ]  box of clothing so  kindly sent to us.  You will have seen by thc press that  the government has accepted, my rcs-  ifrnat'ion  of. the office ��������� of superintendent under  (he   Act.    This does not  interfere  with, my  work  in Vancouver,  but   prevents, me assisting   any  child outside  the city.  I sincerely ie-  grot1 that my inability to live without remuneration 'compelled me to resign.    The matter is in  the hands of I  (he government   and  the people.      If  the people make it plain to the government that the work  must go   on,  then they will  be compelled to   continue the work.     ^       '  Yours  faithfullv,  C.  J.  SOUTH, Sec.  Vancouver   B.  C.'Jan. 24.  S.S.    Venture  this  morning.  tools   on coal here  SALVATION M  ADDRESS III  METHODIST CHURCH  S.S. Riedar is now loading a car-  yo of coal She will take about C,500  tons this  trip,  S.S. Hcnrietle came up from Crof-  ton    to  load coal   before proceeding  north agftin.  S.S. Wellington, which arrived  here yesterday, went on to Nanaimo  lo load lier ca^go today, Captain Cutler reports that he spoke the German ship Chile, at point 40.10 latitude, 125 longitude. She wished to  be reported "All Well." The Chile,  Cap!.. Cutler understood, is hound  for  Portland.  On Thursday evening at 7.30, Capt.  Daveys of the Salvation Army, will  ���������deliver an address; in the Methodist  church entitled "From Slum to Mansion." The addiess will be illustrated b\ slereopticou pictures, and in  it he will tell us of "Rescue Work"  as carried  on  by  the  Army.  A  freewill offering will  be taken at  Hie door in  aid of the rescue work.  ,Wc urge all to come to this inoe)ing,  and) trust that this noble work   may  ���������he liberally supported.  W.  C. SOHLIC1ITER.  CITY FATHERS  IN CONCLAVE  Aid. Campbell's Revenue Tax By-law  is Introduced and Read a  First Time  Curfew By-law is Also Read Once-  Sanitary Committees  Report  PROTEST  .    The city council's  session last ev-  ALFONSO'S CHOICE ening   was   very short,   there    being  London,   Her,.   12.-The   anticipalea   ���������IIt iittlc 1)llsincss >coming up l)cfore  Pi ci I?"     i n   *he,mar,"!,*Vof -tho board.    The most  important was  Princess Ena of Battcnburg  to  King  .the introduction of the Revenue Tax  HUNTING WHITE BEARS  .     ON GRIBBEL'L ISLAND  ORE  FOR   SMELTER.  ! S.S. Capilanoi is expected from thc  north on Saturday with the first con  signnient of Omar ore for the Tyce  smelter. The Selkirk is now unloading a cargo of ore and ihe Tees dis-  t'hnrgou a cargo for die smelter en  Sunday night.  of     i^pam have commenced :By,aw  by  A1(lerman   Campbell.-  > Alfonso  with a    uctition     from the Imperial i    t,,;c, ,-,,  ���������,������������������        .      r    .   ..  n.  4    i    *   -n  %     j- ... 'his bill was read a first time and  Protestant  Federation,   which  has  a1,,.:,, ���������,.���������,���������,,    . ���������*,  .,    V    V.  1, -.      ,. ,.      ,    ,.���������.     .will piobably be committed at     the  ��������� large membership, appealing  to King  n���������v< La) n:   r.,. .,     f "  t.j        ,     ,j ..,,,,   ,. h  next meeting. v\s the finance commit-  Edward , 'to    withhold  his  consent.',���������   ,   ���������', .    * "������������>'  'i'i,������ c^- +.-       i.i 4i   i <i 'teo naVe keen "nabJe to prepare their  Hie federation declares that the pro-,'.,������������������<     ��������� ������������������.<    *,,   *.������n *.   i-  ���������,   .        .  .        , ,   .,     , report  as yet,  the ball  was  not dis  posed  marriage has  caused  the deep-  ' est sorrow  , tants,      and  . (ended entry  and distress to Protes-  that the Princess: m-  into the Roman Catho  lic chinch, has greatly shocked them.  the bill  cussed.  Aid.- Campbell's curfew bylaw was  ,also> introduced and read a first'time  , It provides that children under the  iagc of fourteen years  shall   not    be  Vancouver, ' Feb. 12.���������Peter M.  Long,. one of the employees of the  rriucess Royal 'mines, is at "the Dominion .Hotel.  lie says there is great interest  just now in the colony of while  bears on Gril:'H?U Island, the Island  adjoining Princess  Royal.  The Dominion government has offered, through a representative, $30.  for the > head and skin of a white  bear, for the purpose of determining  catch    one of the , .white bears, alive  for the Park.  A friend of his had ibeen hunting  on Gribtiell Island,-and had'.come  across a white bear .with a black  cub. Fie . could have ;shot.the{ cub,  as it was nearer than, the bear.': The  bis white'' mother'was* such* a"nion-  ster; howeker;-he-feared-that'if he1  hurt the. rub .the white bear, would  attack him,,. and-;before~ he'could .get  his  rifle in lihej^the bear -'was-������n-the  i ���������      *     ���������      ������    *'     . ���������      ���������>  I..' - *. ..  NEWS NOTES  FROM THE  | The King's answer to  this first ofli- >   ,,       ,- , ,,        ,      ,       ..     ���������  The.plans of the    steamer Princess   dally      formulated,    disapproval   is ! *ll���������[d ,t0 roa��������� Uie. *treets\a   n 8  May  as she will appear when she is 'awaited with interest.     " ^LlTX + J* *  9  o'clock during tht summer, v.nuss  CAPITAL  it is a     freak or  a distinct  snowline, sand v he ccould, hardly  tell  hear from snow :  \<i  whether  species.  Mr. Long     says these white hears     Mr. .Lang     says .that,an Indian at  have been     seen    also on,    Princess i Fort    Simpson ''  has -for  a mat the  Royal Island.       An Indian informed  skin of '. a white , bear, ns .white as  him that     he had    shot three white'snow.        This' <-bear      was shot, on  fcears on     Gribbcll   Island,   and  hart -Ckilifcell Island:" " :'  seen two ',on Queen Charlotte Islands  He sent his three skins to (he Mainland, but tne would-be purchasers  told him that thev must hi: goatskins, but this, the Indian said, was  not so, as he had hunted all his life  and certainly could tell a goat from  a bear.  Mr. Long thought if the Park  Commissioners offered -sufficient inducement,  it    would  be possitdc    to  That there arc while' bears on the  Island is an'abeolute fact, for several skins haye been sold and hn.\ e  been on view" at a. local taxidermists. . ' ->  There are several traPi>ers who  live hear Gribjiell Island, who, it is  said, would undertake to capture a  white tear alive and bring it to  Vancouver if sufficient inducements  were held out.  MANY KILLED AND |  INJURED IN PORTLAND FIRE  Portland, Feb. 12.���������At least six  persons lost their lives in a fire that  swept the busy commercial-district'  at- the east end of the Morrison  street steel bridge, which spans i the  Willamette, river, at an early hodr  this morning. Ten or more persons  were seriously injured and removed  to the hospital or homes of neai-by  residents.  The. dead: 'Nathaniel P. Young,  watchman for the East Side Transfer Company, two unknown women  and two unknown men and Harry  Taylor a ;boy of 12, whom the police believe is dead.  The financial loss is not heavy and  is about half covered by ��������� insurance,  A number' of persons are report ed  missing.        The lire    started in  tlie  'Mount Hood saloon, it is said, and  rapidly consumed lh;tfc place and the  lodging house a"b<>\c, in which a majority of tl.ose killed anfl injured  were sleeping. Twenty-two horses,  tlie I'loiwrty t>f the East Side Trans  for company, .were destroyed -l>y.t.ho  fire. -Watchman Young's-death was  one of the thrilling spectacles of the  fire. He. had made several- trips into , the -Transfer stables, endeavoring  to save the horses, when- he v. as cut  oil by the flames. lie made his way  to 'one of the' upper windows,1 which  he broke. u Looking: out Ihe waved  his hands to the. crowd below ankl  cried "Goodbye, iboys���������I can't'get  out this' ��������� time,::', and fell back! into  the /laincs.  ��������� ���������..    . ��������� ���������J   Victoria,  Feb.  13.���������Commencing 0n  the evening of Monday nexs, the 19th  inst., and continuing until  tlie oven-  nig    of the 21st,   the annual convention of the Provincial  School Trus-'  tees' Association  will be held in this  city.    It is expected  that  there will  Hairiness of  importance wil lbe   discussed,  an/1  interesting  subject      dt-  hntcd.    Ths present .educational  s\s-  teni and  the new school act will receive  criticism,   particularly   by. representatives, from  Ihe-rural districts.  'lhe"if:ectings  will  be held in  tie as-  sojiijily ���������'iooin   of'    tho Vi/at'oria    College and  the  local committee are at  work do ensure   success  at   the   com-  ingeoinention.    Airangcments   will be  made for  the publication  of  the  proceedings  in   the press  of   the city.  A   deputation  of smelting  men    of  the  province,   including Thomas  Kiddie  of  the Britannia  smelter,   .1.   J.  Campbell  of  the Nelson  smelter,, and  W.  B.  Hodges 0f  the Granny smelter  were   in the city   yesterday   to  inter-  \ iew   the government  respecting   the  smelter lull  before the House.  Monitors   of thc  deputation  object  to    an  eight.houi   law  applying   to  all    era-  pi  oyecs  ajt  smelters.    They concede  an   eight-hour   shift   for  the   twelve-  hour class,  but protest against     the  further concession of eight hours foi  a tcn-lioiiir shift.  INCREASE OF  RETAIL PRICES  PROSPEROUS TIMES  SAWMILLS  Ooast sawmills, which are in a position  to cater   to the export  lumber  trade, have  so many   orders on  hand  that they are not in  a position to ae  on hand that   the  contract  could not  be considered ifor  a moment.  One mill declared .that   it might be  in a position, to deliver   the. cut'.'ask-  cept any large contracts  for   imawe- i ed for, between two millioninmnHiim  diate delivery.    In. fact,  it  is stated j and   two -million   feet, o;' out   the lat-  ithat one  large mill in this city, says   ter part of March,- ;or the middle, of  a Vancouver    exchange,    has      con- j April,   but_ it could; promise nothing  ti-actcd   for its  total  possible capacity    for as much   as    twelve months  from this  date.-  These   interesting  facts  with    respect  to   flic condition  of the   lumber  trade on  the British  Columbia  coast  wero  developed   through   the efforts of  the  Vancouver agents  of a large English corporation   attempting  to place  mi   order" for    immediate execution.  Mill   after   mill .tunned- the  proposi- .  ion  down,  the usual  declaration being  that  there  is now s0 much work  better.    This   offer   is now  under consideration, .and  if it cannot  be  bettered maybe accepted.    The   t-imibcr  which   is wanted   by the English  pi-1-  ple  is rough dimension   stuff,   much :,f  it  to be    used for   railway construction purposes  in the United Kingdom  Generally    the   lumber, industry  is  reported   to bo   in   a very   flourishing  condition.'  The marketing  of  a greater output  than ever  is expected ,   in  the iN0rthwest during the coming season.   Saskatchewan and  Alberta  are  Calgary, Al.ta.,    Fob. ,12.���������Alberta  lumbermen' have heen  busy arranging  for the     formation  of'an association  to look    after their interests in that  province in  Calgary today.     '.Iho'ientire district has  been represented by  tho gathering here,   and   there  is  cv-  orv   lik-lihood    of   an  association   bc-  i! ^  formed    <nn a permanent basis in  tins course ������i a     moiiiii .or so,   when  another  meeting  will  be  hold'.  From  what  the dcaleri, say  there will likely be a rise in  the price   of   lumiber,  owing   to the   increased .demand.      It  is not    thc intention of the proposed  association to     boost prices because  of the     organization,. but because-of  the   increased    demand owing  to the  large*    iniiiiingration     which    Alberta  will receive.       The -dealers of   Algeria and  those of the new province to I  the  east      were  formerly  under   one  organization,   hut   the  division  of tho  territory has  made  the format-ion of  another association, necessary.     Provisional oilicers have been elected  as  follows;        President,  P.   A.  Prince,  Calgary;  vice-president,  A.   I'.   Cush-  i*i>;,   ' lEdjiirvntom;      secretary, DR. M'-  again  placed     in  commission  on (he  Vancouver-Skagway    route have been  received  at the      office of Mr. E. J.  Coyle,  says a     Vancouver despatch.  The .Mny     when she appears in this  port next;   will be practically a now  vessel, and  will hardly be 'recognized  by    (hose     familiar with her.      She  will be faster    than liefore by several  knots,    and      will'be the fastest  vessel  running north  to Lynn  Canal.  ",In   many     respects  the interior of  the  Princess  May  will resemble that  of  the      Princces   Victoria.      She is  luxuMousiy fitted up. !   She will have  doable  the  pnsfcengcr accommodation  she  formerly had,   there  being seven-|  ty-eight large staterooms,  where for- ;  merly she had only  forty-omi. f Every '  one   of these     rooms   is   comfortable  and roomy and all have large double  lower and ^single upper berths.  The upper     deck  is well laid  out,  there   being  a     wide  promenade   around  the  deckhouses.     There ai e on"  the tipper deck thii ty-fiv-c staterooms  all   of which  open   on  the promenade  walk.      There is also an  observation  loom   forward,   after  the  one on   tin:  Piiiicess     Vicloiia, .in which passengers can sit in cold-and disagreeable  wealhnn  and  still he"in  full  view of  all  the scenic    points and  places    of  interest    (hey     arc passing.      From <  the  oibsepvat'ion   room    a  stair   runs  down to the mam  deck.     At i the af-  tci-parl.     of tho     ship on   thc upper  deck is  a smoking room,  which 'is al- '  so on the same     plan as  thc one on '  the Princess Victoria.     About am.id-  sliips a wide space     has been left for  promenade     purposes, where one can  go froan    one side of the ship "to the  other      without    walking   the entire  length  of (he vessel.  On the afterpart of the upper deck  is a small saloon and social hall as  formerly. The    purser's ollice and  room is 'on the upper deck  forwaid.  -o-  SMALLPOX  &B6ARD J  WKILER  New York, Feb. 12.���������One month on  the Atlantic ocean with the, inner  ship converted into a >sniall-pox hospital and a quarter of the crew ill  with this disease, was the experience of thc whaling brig Sullidan, of  Now  London,    Sonn.     The story of  in  company  of their  guardians,     or  unless a good  excuse for their being  abroad     after  the  hours  mentioned  can be given the police officer.    The,  by-ltiw specifies  that  for  the     first  violation of its provisions  the offender is to be warned;  the second,   the  Parents or guardians arc to be written to, and  for thc third  the offender is to be taken  before a magistrate  or the mayor and can be fined a sum  not     exceeding   $5.00,   oi  in default  locked up for one week. The bill will  be     committed  at the next  regular  meeting of the council. ,        \  Sanitary.  Aid. Spence,  for tho sanitary corh-  the member' hoped  io  let the council  know in a week what the government,  decided to do in the matter.   Government machinery   moved  slowly,  but  he hoped  the offer that the depart- "  merit would  make would be satisfac- ;  tory. His Worship remarked that 1he  delay  was  handicapping  the  finance  committee  considerably,   as  they did  not  know  if theVcouncil  would have    .  to pay only a small sum for the hose  or whether the price now aslted would  be adhered to-   In the latter case he  was  sure the aldermen  were   agresd  (thatthe Wellington hose should  be re- \  turned and new hose procured.    The   ,  aldermen present made expressions'ol  assent to the latter   remark of His  Worship. ' /  Cleaiing the     Streets.  Aldernian Spence reported that men   '  had  been at work - cutting the   wood ���������  on the streets and that  already cub  was  in splendid condition for  burning.   The cheapest they would he alv  le to sell it to the school would bo  $2.50  per,cold.    The work hadbcm  commenced  in the upper  part of   the    ,  (own, and the people, now that the-   ,  f ity; had    started  in  to clear  '   tha  streets,    we������;e    helping  by     burning'   '  stunips on the streets in  front      of  (heir residences.   The mayor and al-   "'  dermen seemed to' think that if the  wood could Le delivered at the school ,-  inittee,   reported  that  he and      the  the smallpox outbreak on the  whal-   road foreman had made an inspection  at. $2.50 per cord it was very reasoner was    told     today by Mrs. M. J.    of the sanitary conditions on      First  able, and as cheap as they could ex-  Haggerty',-wife of the captain of the  Avenue   complained  about by      Dr.    pect to get fuel and;at the same time  ship, who arrived here from Rio  Ja- Reynolds.   Aid. Spence and Mr. Cat- the city would lie -benefitted by hAv-  nero  after    ten of its crew had died   Jendar weie of the opinion  that     the ing the streets cleared.  stench alleged'to be arising in.,--that..-, \Is It a Street? . i v  paLt  on  account of no  drainage came i    Tho    roadl    foreman's   report   \ve.s  from   the   lot adjoining   the  Pretoria; 'read. The report stated  that      Rev. -  hotel.    He thought ii a b^x  drain was Mr.  Boyle wanted  a railing put     in  put under  the platform running along front  of the Presbyterian church,  or  ihe side of the building all impuie wa  permission to put  one there himself.  ler coining from  the house and   also The report also made reference to the  lioin  ihe swamp  adjoining  it  Would   First   Avenue sanitary  conditions  on  be t.iKen  away  and obnoxious smells  done away   with.   Also  a heap  of de-  i ris  at  thebaic   of the hotel   should  be -burned.    There  was   waste  water  i tinning Irom  Mr.  Davis'  properly on  to   the lot  adjoin jig,   and he   thought  Air.   l)a\is   should   be reguested       to  ha\e  a drain  put on his   property so  that  the   water  would   be  taken   to  the street  drain He vas of tho opin-  , of smallpox, .and with.several otheisi  ��������� ill with the disease-,and with the remaining members of the crew frantic  to get ashore oil the vessel, which  they declared had been cursed. The  cruise began, Airs. Hagl^rty said,  last October from the island of Fay-  al, in the Azores. After the lnig  had been out some time a sailor  feli ill of smallpox, and the disease  spiead " until nine sailors were ill.  Days followed when, owing to the  fear which spread among the members or the crew, the brig drifted  about almost like "a deserted ship.  With Mrs. Ilaggerty on hoard the  vessel were her two children. After landing at Rio Janiero she remained there until the ���������disease had  been stamped out on the Sullivan.   o .   the same lines as   Aid.  Spence's  report.    The foreman  reported that Mr. Q.  I).  Fagan had complained about    the '  street in which' he li\ed.    The raised   ���������  and railed 'sidewalk  on First Avenue  prevented anyone approaching his residence from  the front road,  and  it  was necessary  to go  along  the   ibaek  alley.  Aid.   Spence said  that Mr.  Fag: a  MA RCON1 'S  W1REL FjSS.  15 BODIES  WASHED ASHORE  New York, Feb. 12.���������The Kaiser  Wilhelm 11., from Bremen for New  York, was in communication by wiic  less telegraph with the Marconi station at Sable Irland, N.S., at II p.  in. Sunday, when the \essel was 200  mili-s  southeast.  Sinttlc,   Feb.   12.���������Fifteen dead   bodies   were   washed  ashore at Yakata-  ga beach  on    December   1,   and  they  iiowlic   buried,   'Unidentified.   They are  thought  to he  the members  of       the  crew and   fishermen  of  the long overdue schooner Nellie  Coleman,  now 94  days  out  from   the fishing station   at  Unga   Island.    The  miners   worked all  day  digging graves   for  the  unfortunates,   marking each   one  with a slab  of   wood. -U  POSTOF I'T C E  S A FE   13LOWN.  Spokane, Feb. 12.���������The safe in the  post-ofhee in an East Spokane grocery was blown open with nilro -glycerine yesterday morning. The robbers secured $70 in money and $300  in stamps.    They  made  their escape.  Grogan,  Calgary,  commencing- to draw upon the mills  on this coast in increasing measure,  and iI, is now recognized that in the  years to come that market will be  the principal one which the industry  of IlritishColumbia  will  feed.  Fanners, ranchers   ami   local    gardeners say  that a������ a result of  the  ex-  traordiiuiiy  mild   weather  now, prevailing  the  trees  arc coiiiniieiu-ing  1o  bud  and   vegetation   is  advanced   Ii  degree not known in any previous >;.-a  son. Logan berries are in bloom  are also-the cherry    trees.���������Cok .   -!���������   o-   Mrs.   Crimsonbeak���������Do  you  r.-    lumber what   1 said  before I marri.-1 < on  Mr.   Cro'insonbeak���������That you  would  not marry  the  best man on earth.     ���������  "Well,  I've kept my word haven't  I?"  COMING: WATSON  STOCK COMPANY  It will   be    pleasant news  to'local  well known Watson Stock Company  theatre-goers to know that i he  will play a return engagement at  Ladysmith, starting next Monday  night,  Feb...l-flUi.,  and   20th.  Tho company will he here for two  nights anil will present two new  plays. The opening production will  be, ''The .Westerner:: which is at  present running at the Watson theatre in Victoria. The entire production will be brought here .complete and produced in the same careful manner as at the home theatre  of the company.  Tuesday night the most successful  farce comedy ever written, "Char-  !cy:s Aunt,:: will he the bill. Every-  civ- l-'.-;s hr.nrd '-of Charley's Aunt and  a raoi't- delightful Comedy was never  v. ri 11 i-ii.  S'cnV; ��������� 'io. 1.1 be r- ������������������ ,i -  tnese W.il.-..:u. perf..I t-vr., ;.  I ,"i-'' !.o )��������� r-.-i will ii.- :!..��������� ���������. :'  the  nu:a< iMinnt..  "I   !.'>'��������� e   my   lo e   ::i ' ',<���������  sang  fhe  youne  mm   -.irdri. My   .  ''Huh'-: excl'iiire.:' b.-r ;��������� i"er bro  thcr, "you hain't never i'..:.n her iu  the morning yot."  ion   that   the owners   of   thc property had   interviewed him  and  threaten: d  should pay  foi thc  construction     of to sue the city unless the rail     w���������3  the  drams. 'lemoved  from  thc First Avenue side-  Aid.  Tha,   who  was present,  agreed walk and  an approach to  thc fronl ol  lo   do this,   and   the sanitary  insi>cc- his residence made possible.     He had  tor  will request Mr. Pavis to do  the agreed   to build a sidewalk  up to  the  ���������\iine. front of his Iioiko from the  I'irst Av-  Cemctery. cnuo    sidewalk    if the -council  would  Aid. Tha  reported   that  Aid.  Pat, permit  him.  terson  wanted  certain   work   done  at |    Aid. Uren inured where this street  the cemetery and   would   like  tho per- was and upon its location  being t'os-  nnssioii of  (he council  t0 spend some cril.ed, viz., that it was on the upper  of the   money  now    in   the cemetery side  of the  Pretoria  hosel,  expressed  treasury for the purpose.   Permission astonishment  that  the place  in   que������-  was-  granted and   in a subsequent dis- tion'was  a public highway.. The  aid-'  ���������cussion Aid. Urer. expressed the opinion that clover .;houhl be- sown at  the cemetery. He thought .that grass  would not grow there properly,  ond it would be necessary that cither  clover or    grass  be planted  to  make  erincn agreed that Mr. Uren' was to  be excused for his- ignorance on this  quest ion. Nobody would imagine that  ihe swamp -was supposed to be a  street, and by the discussion that  followed it seems likely that the  council will take steps to   grant Mr.  1hc cemetery look  more decent. , ���������  Hose Reel. Pagan's   reci'iiest  as soon as  possible.  Mayor  Nicholson  reported   that h������ !    Those present at last night's mcet-  l-A'.l  sei'-n  Mr.  Pa river Williams  in re- ing wore:   Mayor    Nicholson,  Aids,  gnrd    to  the hose reel question, and   Campbell, Uren, Tha, and Spence.  MAY MAKE TRIP  ' . . '���������y'b':  provisioned to  spend  the  winter,   if  necessary, in the tec.   When Comman-  ^1-7^1?   TSlOPT'W'161 L0WC t0������k the NeP'tune ^   C'apa  Irri.Fs> INWIX 1 /l Sabin  two years ago he was, satisfi- '  (dif instructions had  permitted,      the  conditions were so favorable that he  Ottawa,  Feb.  13.-Thc  boiilding   of f could probably have made the       pas-  the new steamer for the mounted po-  sage  since  made by   the Norwegian  lice,    which    patrols*'   Hudson   Bay, j Captain Amundsen,  through to Beau-,  leaves the Arctic free for any other    Port  Sea.  for  .iii-m-  iring  ������������������"ing,:  work the Government may have for  her to do, and one suggestion is that  in' the spring she should be employed  to ascertain the earliest date on  which the. H nl son Strait is open to  navigation, and after this be commissioned for an exploratory voyage in  tho far North. With favorable conditions she should visit most -of Canada's remote arctic possassions, and  possibly make her-way through the  Northwest Passage to Teauport Sea.  The Arctic  was specially^ built  service   of this    kind,  and could be  A large, beautifully   tinted        sea  shell,  with  the edges slightly hrt:'<en^,-  and  the words- "Los  Angeles^ Cali-   "::  fornia," stamped .upon it,  has : been    ���������'<;  presented to Collector of Customs A,  Munn,  of Vancouver,   by  Captain   But  ter, of the tug  Lome.    The  shell was  found among some   wreckage of  the  j ill-fated  steamer  Valencia,  and doubt  less wat: asouveni-:  of Southern Call  'fornia    being    taken home  by rome      :  for, tourist who was a passenger cm    the  ship. /���������  Mtymm  HP  DAILY LEDGER  an  THE DAILY LEDGER  Published   every day except Sunday.  ���������If        THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  ������0 cents  a month;    $5  per  year   in  advance.     Advertising rates on ap  plication.  TUESDAY, FEB. 13^1906  THE ALL-BLACKS  mo OFF  An English exchange gives thc following interesting account/of the  scenes attending the departure from  Eng-lan-: of the New Zealand *oot-  bail  team:  After a visit of barely four months  ���������during which time .they have played  Uiirtytwo matches, winning thirty-  one���������thc  New  Zealand  toa.n  of Rug-  , hy footh'fillers left this-country for  home     again,   on,Saturday morning  ,arhid general manifestations of regret; good" wishes for . a safe joiirne}  and hopes for; a speedy return.  ,t A considerable , crowd of enthusiasts saw them oft from Waterloo by  ' the ten oi'clock American Line express to Southampton. It included  many    . leading , lights  of the Rugjjy  . Football Union, one of whom was so  affected at the  parting  that,  suffus-  'ed   in  tears,  he literally fell   on   the  * neck of Mr.     Dixon,      the All-Black  'manager,   and   kissed  him.    The station  re-echoed  with  the Maori  war-  cry,  and  amid cheering  and   waving  ���������' of flags and handkerchiefs ?lic train  glided out of the station.  A singular reception awaited the  party at Southampton docks, where  they wnfcn-'-od on the magnificent  liner New York, which 'is to tgke  . them across the Atlantic. A volume  '. of melody in the Welsh tongue greeted them as they made their way uj  the gangway, and for a moment scv-  ������������������ oral of them thought ihey '-^uist ha\>  got   into   the wrong   train.and   werr  ' at Cardiff. There could he no mistaking; ��������� , thc airs���������Land of My Fathers and Sospan Fach. What could it  mean? Who "were the singers?  Gallaher     ruh|pd his eyes���������neither  he   nor   his comrades  had   slept much  the previous night���������.and looking     up  laughingly pointed  to.a knot  of twe  ty or thirty  red-capped  youths gathered  along   the side   of  the ship sins  ing  away  with  all   the harmony  am'  abandon for which Wfclsh  folk      are  famous.   "Who are,they?"  asl.e.l th  captain  of the All-Backs,  with a pu"  '   zled look as he reached  the deck.    A  his  eye,  quickly  solved the  myste.'-'-  ���������'They arc Welsh students  from     the  T-T-artiey  University    .school, come to  give you  a    send-off,:'   explained      a  goid-laced      officer,      with     a    smile  and   the   All-Backs nodderi   in   good-  humored  appreciation of  the  compliment.  Surrounding   their   leader���������a  sweet-  voiced  alto      with  hair  that  nearly  matched :his  cap  for  vividness,  who  in  measured staccato  acted   as inter  locutor��������� they  ton'c  up  a position   on  thc ictty and    whil^l nway  (he tini'1  in this .way:  ���������.''What's the ;-;-��������� tier with the.^ev  ZpalandersV���������''They're  all' right" ���������  (���������with conviction.)  "Who's all. right?"���������"The New Zen  landers are all right" (with considerable, vehemence.)  "Did they heat ...Scotland?" -"Yes  (emphatically.)  '���������Did   they  beat: Ireland?" ,-"Yes!"  (forte.)  ,j-Vt������ijiii tiitt itiVffVi  DAVID SPENCER  ���������������������������       (Naoaimo) Ltd.  OUR FEBRUARY  WHITE WEAR SALE  9������ |s Now in Full Force. Many people wait for this from one  year to the other. They buy enough to last them the entire year. Look what you save���������no doubt about it-  you save $3.00 to $4.00 on a $10 purchase. Can  you afford te miss it?   A few items taken at random.  Ladies    Fine CainLr. ~ Draweis  L'mlrella   style,  !jW   Hemstitched    tucks,  wide hem, and  We have     draweis   from   per pair  ri������a*aWi������TJM*aT  og������ Ladies'     Cam'bric   Corset   Covers  Jbi     Sale  price,  splendid quality���������special  per  pair    25c,  15c  to   $1.50 '  regular  20c--  plain,   neat  fitters-  10c.  ^M9  Ladies'     Night   Dresses,   yoke and   ���������Iee\es   trimmed   with  embroid-  ���������=S   ery and  Coidcd  tuck ing,  a Otic gown  for  ���������m  65c.  33P      Gowns  from  2.1c.   to  $3.95  ���������~i*c-*amv*^^TWUmmM*i\wmKmmn  Skirts,  IO Ladies' While Skirts, wonderful  ij* with mi lR-inch llouncc of-lawn,  I roidery,   a   SI.2")   Skiit   for  value,    made    of   good cotton,  tucked  and     trimmed  with cm-  85c  No. L. 148 MEN'S CHROME KIP BAt  Plain  lut\     leather lined,   belli    lows  tongue,    double sole and  ���������slip.     This    is    a broad    toe  last,    made   to    stand    hard,  heavy wear;  the, upper  will always, retain    its soft, velvety  feeling    and  is  as   waterproof  as leather can   be made.  LTD.  % mmmmmmmtmim,  'Yes!  I  "Did  they beat England?"  -fortissimo.)  "Did-tliey���������beat���������iWalcs?"  ���������  -"Mojo"   (in long-drawn yells.)  I lure would come  a bar  or two of  i Welsln pntrio.tic   refiain,   and   then  nice  aaain the intcilocutor with tlie  uiMini  locks would proceed with  iliu  slow and studied  diction-  "Who has  the best  footballers?"���������  "W-a-i-e-*.''  "Wlili-has-llie-ncxt-hest?'' ��������� N-e-w  ',-e-a-l-a-o-tl."  "Who-has-the-worst?"      ��������� i "E-n-g-  a-n-d."  There      was  a roar  of  cheers   and  ���������luch     clapping of hands at the end  if every sally,  and   theo  more  me-lo-  !y,   ere  tjic  corner   man   with       rho  ed hair continued his iiiteii'og'.tio.r;  "Who     carried the leek?"���������' Gwyn  sicholls."  '���������Who   ate   the  leek?"���������"Ga'.iah ��������������������������� :  "\VJi*j    'scorejri   the  try?"   -'Vcii'lv  ;.ui."  nho      hotted      Gallaher    up?"���������  ���������Dickey Owen.'''  and so on, punctuating the chief  ncidenls of the New Zealand tour,  ���������articularly those that left their  nark on Wales. It is doubtful, howler, if the All-Racks heard much of  he banter They were eiiirrosscd in  ho(iting o^cr ihe ship's side- tht-ir  ast farewells to the crowd on the  ctty  below.  Gallaher stood in their midst, wav-  ng the p-retty New  Zeal m I Hag   of  Ivc golden stars   and fern  leaf,   withv  miniature Union  Jack  in  the corner,  'hen, as the good ship left the   qua),  ���������iicholson and    Ciinnfciijjhiiiii started,  'or the last  lime,   the famous  Maori  ar  chant,     which   has  carried   tn-  iin|)h c-\erj. where, save in  gallant lit-  le      WjIcs,   and   the ship   icso-''p������ff.d  vith  its  fierce cries.    A niiinher     of  ���������.ffrightcd Jol     n   i mini gran Us    stood  raiis-fixed     wiih wondenna- eyes    at  ���������he   sl-rangc  scene,   long   after      the  otcs  of      the  last   shrill  challenge.  ���������Akc'   ake Jwii kaha!"   ("We  light on  oi      e\er  and   for   ever"), had   died,  away.  Peat possesses wonderful nntlso^Ue  and preservative dualities owins to the  presence of tannin, iron aud other sub-  Bti'iices in it. Here is an Instance: At  thu time of the covenanters, in 1085,  three men were shot at a place called  Cvossgelloch on the moors above Old  Cumnock, in Scotland. In. 1825, when  a monument was being erected to their  memory, the workmen came upon the  corpses rolled in their plaids. The bodies were In exactly ��������� the, same state ae  when they were buried. The moss had  preserved them as It they had been em.  bafmed.   Artiflelal  Flower*.  It was in Italy that a demand for artificial flowers first arose. This was due  primarily to a caprice of fashion1 which  demanded that during festivals blossoms in and out of their seasons should  be worn and also to the fact that their  color and freshness were stable. Later  on, in the middle ages, the artificial so  far superseded the natural that both  men and women decked their heads  with imitation flowers of cambric, paper, glass and metal. The best artificial  flowers are now mod* la P������*i������  Sir Hubert  de   Stern,   who recently  received a peerage,  is a  Jewish  bank  r in London, and  is a  son of TSaron  tiermann  de   Stem,   whose  title   was  "ortuguese.   : o   John Gaunt, who lives near Amber-gate, Derbyshire, nnd is the ofTi-  ���������ial rat catcher to the Midland railway, has trained n fox: to-be ns ox-  'lii rt nnd ri'li-iblo a rat catcher a.s  any of his  doi?s.  Newapapan In Spain.  An educated Spaniard la not the- reU.  bnt. tho exception. A newspaper among a  population more than two-thirds of which  can neither read nor wrlteis not likely to  have a tremendous circulation or unlimited power. Even in the cities the circuU.  Mon is not large. La- Kpocha, the consert-  itivo organ of Madrid, for example, haa������  circulation of less than 6,000 copies. Outride cf Barcelona'- and Madrid there aro  perhaps 600 papers published in Spain,  and not half of these prewnd to bo news  gapers.  Indued out of all the 1,300 periodicals  published in Spain the scientific journals,  roli;nou3 papers and fashion papers aro  hugely in tho majority, while tho uewspa  pcrs are in the minority. Newspaper on  terprise does not have much encourage  mont. Foreign nows is obtained chiefly  from govarnjoent officials. Tho whole  kingdom oi Spain does not receive as  many foreign dispatches In a week ns aM  sent to a single city In this country in a  single day. Tho average Spanish editor  -loos not see much use In paying for an  Interesting dispatch from abroad when  the chances aroubout ton to one that when  ho gets tho dispatch the press censor will  not allow the paper to print it.��������� Chica***  Tiinea-Herald.  Fatal Kiaa.  She sat close In his automobile,   .  And he gave her a kiss;  M that moment a rock struck the wheal,  yup juaA loosisp una mis-  See Blair &  Adam's  advertisement  m another column.   o ���������  For high      class stationary  call at  '<night's   Hook  Store.  Does.  Wigg��������� I feel that Borrowell owes me  an apology.  Wagg���������I wish that was all he owed  aao.  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subject* taujht; also language5- drawing.in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils aad water colors, pianoforte and vooal lessons git-  en in classes or individually.  UISS   BERTRAM,  Ladysmith.  B   (J.  WM. MUNSIE, President  TV'or-tor  J.  W.   COBITRN.  '-  ^TolepborjivlO.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITII-Shingles  a  Speclaltr  ���������Manufacturers     ol���������  , Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, LatkA,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc;, of the Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring    and  Fialihing    Lunker  la    Stock  cTWONEY  TALKS/-  AS LOUD TO US  AS  ANY9NE.  IF YOU ARE PAYING CASH FORYOUR  MEAT YOUR  BOLLARS W  ILL   GO  FURTHER  IF  YOU  BUY FROM US    _        .      .   Our Gash Prices Cannot Be Beaten  Esquimau   & Nanaimo Railway  -        ''    Time Table No. 57  Traiu lea������e Ladysaiith for Victoria and  all intermediate stations    at  O.li a-aa. daily,  aad at 4.00 p.m. on   Wednesdays, '  Saturdays   and   Sundays.  -Trains' leave Ladysaaith for Well ington  and all intermediate stations  at  1-1.57 a.m. daiiy, a*d at 6.00 p. rn.  on  Wedn# days,   Saturdays     and  Sundays. .  TTfi^inri'Tirlfrfi    ��������� ^:- "  ^  ',-/ ���������        {"',��������� '    '-       ON SALE TO  AND  FROM ALL STATIONS  good, for.going* journey, Saturdays aud Sundays, returning not later than  the following Mo������day. LljLti-ij-;.^-        ��������� i ,  -Steamer Joan  i..i.  Sails'ft-etn Ladysmith for Vancouver every Saturday at COO a.m. and  returning sails' atom Vancouver    for   Ladysmith at 2.30 p.m.  PAN NELL  &  STEiM  HgATICrj  WEUv|F������RNISin*D ROOMS  BAR SCPPUED, WITH   Etl  WINES; UQVJORS. CIQ4RB  ABB0TSF0RD  A. J. McMURTRlE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  ladysmith; b. c  Good tables and good  Rooms-.  PORTLAND  Cer. Fart fend!   Gorernment Streets.,  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist.   Fit. & Pass.  Agt;  DAVID HYNES, Proprietor.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked.  This  Hotel has   been completely  renovated.  Board aad lodging $1.00 per day.  HOTEL-  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar Supplied  with the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-:' :-: :-: Ladysmith,B.C.  Liquors and  Cigars. , ,  Best accommodation for transient  vnd permanent boarders and lodgers.  ORAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  a <Iy furnished and the bar is up-to-  d������te. Rates $1.00 a day and np-  wArds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  f>alaaada  i-: :-: :���������: :������������������ J^dysmitt  ���������THE JONES HOTEL I  ���������WHITE   COOK���������  and   WHITE   LABOR���������-  Enij)it).yed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  "fiALEDOKIAH"  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Rates $1.25 and$l.B0---  Free baa to all steamboat landings and  railway depots.    Electric'can every fl**,  minutes' to all parts of   the city.   Bar  and table.unoxcelled.  F. BAYNE8, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER ,B, C.  -:o:  R.P, RITHET,)'.-'"  & Co., Ltd  Tacific Coast  VICTORIA,  :���������: :���������:  Agency.  ���������_; ._: :_B.U.  Under New Managment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  Jas. R. McKinnel  Proprietor,  i  Commercial Mens' headanarten.  Modern and     Strictly First Class.  Fire Proof    Buildiig.  WANTED���������By     Chicago     wholesale  house, special representative (Baa* or  woman) for each province in Canada^  Salary     $20 00     and expenses paid  weekly.       Expense. money 'advanced.  Business successful;     position permanent.' No investment required.    Previous experience not essential te engaging. -.;'   ' '���������'���������  Address Manager, 132 Lake Street,'  Chicago,  111., U.S.A.  VANCOUVER. B. C.  i.  THBCITYTVY  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  TNE COMPOMTAaiX WAV.  TO FERN1E,    1. C.  ,  Kead DOwa' Read Ua  ,9p.ta. Lv.  Victoria  Arr.   4-<������ V- ������>���������  t.ao a. m. I.r.    ftcattle     Arr. 9.00 a.m.  - -������.*i f. ������. Atr.   Brerett    Arr. 7.30 a.ui  ,9.30 a. m. Arr. SPOKANB Arr 7.4s p.m  r6.*S P.B An.   Rezferd   Arr 12 30 p. 111.  '���������.10  p. w.Ar.   'Bike   Arr. 10142 a. in.  a.eo p.m.   Arr.    Peraie   jUt.9-55������   *���������������  ,'.."  .   ;,ONE NIGHT  Te nil; Kootenay Points  ; TWO   NIGHTS  '  To- Winnipeg and St. Paul  ,   Close-Connections  - For- -'Chicago, Toronto.  - Uonlreal and  All Points East & West  Acetylene     Lighted     Cars,  ���������    Family, Tourist, Sleepers.   ���������  Palace Sleeping Cars  Dining    Cars (Meals a  la  .Carte).  Library. Observation     Cars  Through . tickets and baggage checks to an points.  Steamship Tickets  For tickets, maps, berths  ''  reservations "'' and complete  information    can en or address, '���������    -  '' S. Q. Yerkes       E. R. Stephen  A.G.R.A. ���������   G;A.G.N. Ry  Seattle        '    Victoria.  B.C.  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor. Government and Yates Sts.  VICTORIA, B C  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  3  J  ONE   IS THE  "NORTH   COAST   LIMITED."  The 'Electric Lighted  Train to tke  East  Tickets on sale to ali Eastern- and  Southern points at lowest rates.  Up-to-date     Pullman    and     Tourist  sleepers     on ail  trains.   Dining  Cai  service Unsurpassed.  -  ' Steamship Tickets on sale to and  from all Euicpean Points. Cabin accommodation reserved by wire.  M. J.HENRYS  NOM^RIEI,   8REEN-  H0WES AND SEED  HOUSES  ���������010 Westminster, Road,  ^ANCOUVEB,  ���������- ���������       . *    t     1  Headquarters for   HACIPIC OROWN Oarden, ik-ld  '������ndllaw<r5BBD5    .  lor distribution. -;  Large' stock - of Home  ' Grown' FRUIT and OR-  NAM-BNTAL     TREES  now matured for Spring.  No erpens'e, loss or  delay of fumigation or in-  spection.  Let me price your list  before placing your   or-  ;der. Greenhouse Plants,  Floral Packages, Fcrtili-  i. zers.'-'etc.;  * - ���������- .-.-1 *~-    .. -       ' ���������     ������������������ ���������  ,, 3010 ^Westminster Road.  ���������VANCOUVER,; Bl  C.  For     furthsr  write the ollice.  A.,D.  Chariton  A.G.P.A,   N.P.,  Portland, Ore.  particulars    call ot  Phone Main 456.  E.  E.  Blackwood  General Agent  Victoria, B.C  Are You  Going East  Then he sure your tickets read   rla  the  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Worka at  LADYSMITH  C.  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION,  Vancouver island, 8. 0,  ev-s^'-fe^'-^ft'-^fc''^-'*''  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON"  General Manager.  J  i  %  i  PAINTING L   PAPEKMANOINQ  iWoric done ^properly and, at    rinhi  rices.     A fun Mae of Wall    Paper.  - v    ���������-'-���������'���������-'.���������' -���������  and -Painter's.Supplies   Residence on  Roberta Street.'  J.' B. SMITH.  Prnn  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Pacifla  Coast,  ' THE x SHORTEST LINE,-; TH3  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN"'.''-. ���������',  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHI.  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS  CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask your,  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   ifent,  7?0 2nd Ave., Seattle.     ' '  II yeu like "  A smoeth, easy shave,  an even,  well-flnisfied.   beard.trim, a food  bate., er a, stylish Hair-cut.  You will ge io  LADYSMITH SHAVINO  PARI0RS  HIGH STREET.  4  ,  u,  ���������, ~. o-..    j  K&&i������KUr&U-&.K&&^&l'&&'<&IK'i* *!'*������ a*i'^re*i'fe-������)'-!irB*''������r#.  w\$bo$������*>������������&&������������<  RESTAURANT  Cor. 5th. Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Meals 35c. and Upward  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEB * CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY ������F ALL KINDS NEATLT!  BAKED ANB FRESH.  Ceafectieaaryol all kinds.  Ordara taken for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  .Employment Agency.  .Dea ers In . ..  Pianos and  Organs ..  Ladysn.ith, B.C  MannfecArs of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  No������e hu   Inioti Ltber   Employed  a J. BOOTH, Prop  Dr. Dier can be foum) at any time  at his office on Gatacrc s't. His dental work is gvarantecd ' to he first-  class and rates reasonable st.  HILBERT 1 ^  DAILY LEDGER  * Union  Brewing  NANAIMO    B. C.  flanuf tcturers of the  Co  i  In  British Columbia  Lager Beer   and Porter      Guaranteed  Brew  dfrom the Best < pnidian Malt  ������W'M'���������������!��������� ��������� ������H������4~l'4-������I������������������-K-������M-������-!' -HrH?  Run  Hops  s  ���������������+ ������4.4.������t-t-������-������-������-������-������������-f-������-������-r-rTi-������f t-r-t-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4 ��������� t ��������� ���������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������-���������������- -���������<  I LAC /SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  /.  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD    VUrtNIJimE MOV-.  ED  PROMPTLY   A   Nil  SAFELY.  Stables in the real of the l,at'ysmiiti In-tel.  Abbots foi.I.  Leave ordi-rs at   tl'������  4* I .Mi*4*tHU + i  A. J. WASKET, PROP  Minars' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Kcpaircd at sbui i    notice.    Drill  Sharpened by  n������r  ways gives satisfaction    Picks hanrtl '���������<! and repaired.  StiipsmitliinK    ������������i    nh     ii������  tforseshoers ai  Butler Street  Mranchee  < k iter?*'. tt lack sin itns.  lawsDn'  .  .   - -    Lad ywiniiii, ��������� ���������������  v-  + ���������*���������+���������*���������*��������� ������������������*���������-*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������������������������'**'"'  LI VSR Y, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  1 || EXPRESS  WORK. A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  *; PHONE 66  *  ������*������������������������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*��������� ���������  t  *  *  ��������� -  LAOVSVlir      i  LIGHT TEAMING  i ,  ~    Wood and B irk fir 3 lis      ;     ;  SEE  J.   KEMP.   OR LEAVE*" ORDERS'WITH  - W. CARTER,-  FIRST  AVENUE  PHONE      6-0  W.  SILER.  GENEKAL LXPRESS 4ND  DELIVERY  > WORK PROMPTLY  DO"* ���������������:  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  UNITED ANCIENT  ORDER OF  DRUIDS  Meets in the POO .F. Hail, La-  Weiiington Grove No- 4 U. A. O. D  dysnnth, the Seiond and Fourth  Wednesdays of each month, commencing Wednesday,  13th..  1905.  Visiting Druids     are irvited to attend.  By Order.  WM. RAFTER, Reef Secty.  PATRICK BURK, N. A;  .  Ladysmith Temple No.  5 Rathbone  Sisters meets at the Oddfellows' hall  2nd and. 4th  Tuesday  at  7.30  p.m.  Mrs.  Kate Tate secretary.  LAME  BACK  This ailment is usually caused by.  rheumatism of the muscles and iinay  Be cured' by applying Chamlbeilain's  Pain Balm two or three times a day  each application If this does not af-  and rubbing the parts' vigorously at  ford relief, bind on a piece of flannel  slightly dampened with Pain Balmi.  an<i quick relief is almost sure to  follow. For sale by the Ladysmith  Pharmacy.  One of tho favorite American lady writers on fashion has recently put tho reU  tlonship between speech, mannors and  clothes pertinently before the public. Between language and clothea, she say^  there exists a legitimate und perfect rehv  tion, as woll as, on the other hand, a repugnant und distasteful discord. Fine  language, line manners and fine olethes  area beautiful harmony, but cannot be  separated without' producing disastrous  ehects and a sorry spectacle. The beauty  of clothes is not always their cost or their  color, though good things always look  better than common ones. , It is the style  und suitability of the robes that make  thorn elogaht. For instance, a young girl  on tho threshold of life always looks well  in wfcito or in a delicate shade of color,  I and a woman who knows how to grow old  :nicefully,always wears)black and white,  >f a soft gray or rich violet.\'  Cultured society recognizes the fitness  >f Quaker itintsrrelieved here and ther������  by a brilliant touch.    Refined talk should  iiirtainly go hand io hand with; refined  jnd elegant dress.    What can  be uglier  chan to hear strident tones   and harsh  sounds from the lips of a sylph in "white  silk or muslin?  The low, sweet voice that  la such an elegant thing in woman  is  worth cultivating,   i. clover modiste who  oreatod elegant oonibinotioriB of dress for  dames of the highest; degree; once refused  persistently to give nuy details to a woman  journalist who thought her own descriptive powers second to none. When pressed  by a third person for the reason, tho artist  in dress said shu did not like to have her  lovely colorings compured to raw eatables.  "Why,"' she said, "should a ribbon b*> do-  scribed as 'salmon pink' when 'pale coral'  convoyed a  botter idea, or why should  cream color take the place of ivory white?"  I    It is certain that more elegunt similitudes can be found among flowers and  birds and precious' stones than   in   the  butcher's and fishmonger's vocabularies.  Tho third refinement is the charm of manner that makes a trinity of harmony with  boauty of dress and delicacy of speech.  Why should a woman be brusque and uncouth in her manner and thereby violate  every canon of that best of good breeding  which 'consists in doing as she would bo  dono by?   Docs she like other people to  accost .and answor her roughly or to jostlo  her. aside, to block up her views of what  aho wishes and  perhaps has paid to sue?  Ot course she does not.    And why, thep,  should sho practice these methods on her  neighbors?  If "manner makyth man," it "makytb  woman" in a much moro pronounced do-  groo. Every woman oan be a lady in gentleness of speech and manner. Lack or  b'aruiony in dress and speech and manner  comes from copying others without knowing why���������tho blind leading thc bUnd, evua  If unconsciously, and one of the queerest  tendencies of humanity is that it is mot*  nrnne to nick up bad habit* than good  M>������.��������� ouiuago 'A'rinuue.  w���������^���������*���������m<- "*������. ���������* y w jK w- yn w n w w w y y y w w w  rW*        JW        SV\       tWK.       ST*.       ST\       ST\       SW\       -T������       Sts.       ST-     ^r\       S+������        tmT\        Srs.        Sly.       Jf*.        fr\^������       Jts,       J>r\       SW\  \\El������fl-Jf.WE\\  -jf i  %  W        W        W        W        ^        "W        X4f        ^'      *m\f *H\\ W  Marlowe    was   in today   and   really  seemed  qfiiite    enthused  over his  new  Kind  V  of  >  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  is better than other soaps,  but is best when used in  the Sunlight way.  Sunlight Soap contains  no injurious chemicals.  Sunlight Soap is pure  soap, scientifically made.  Every step in its manufacture is watched by an  expert chemist.  Sunlight Soap saves  labor, and. the wear of  rubbing which common  soaps require in washing  fabrics.  Your money  refunded by  the dealer from whom you buy  Sunlight Soap if you find any cause  for complaint.  Lever Brothers Limited. Toronto  J  Mafne'a Tomcod Seiitoa.  According to nn ohi saying, the ton*-  tod   season   begins   at   Augusta,   Mc,  with tns assembling or" the legislator*.  RukhIiih   Greet!iirh.  At meeting, a Russian says, "Sdrnffu-  jl  vuitye"   ("Good   health".);   on   parting,  |j  "Do svidanya" (French,  "Au re voir");  when separating for a lengthened period,  "rroslitcbiiityo" ('Tardou"���������1. c.t  for leaving you so soon).  An   O.ld   Flap.  The strangest Hag under which men  ever fought is that of the Macedonian  insurgents. It is red on one.side and  black on the other.  fencing, master.- Marlowe 'thiiik.s  'there .never .before was such a 'fencer  as this newjnstiructor, and Mario -,ve  himself is no novice at-the trick.1  , But I'll wager a penny Marlowe's  fellow couldn't hold a candle, to a  certain..young- chap I happened, to  kno\y back some seven or eight, 'years  aZ0-:    '.'.' /:.V:    ' ' ���������. '���������''''���������:���������'. '  ��������� It  was" down in the tropics  when I  was in the service.: I was clerk, to  old. Henry Jasper���������Henry, Chaimccy  Jasper������������������perhaps yori'vo heard of  him. ��������� If yoti have not.I. may as  w#ll tell you he had''something like a  half niiliion ami was down in tiie  iropics jiisti to please his only daugh  ter, Helen���������and n dream she was,  too, just about twenty and not a  iiioii'th more.  ' '  Old Jaspers'one ' liobiby, besides  Helen, was fencing, and I can toll  youi ho-'.-took a deal of pride in his  skill, at the foils.'  Well, one day there strolled into  he consulate a ta.ll, huiidsoinc fellow  with the biggest, <lreaniiest brown  eyes I never saw on a man. His  cheeks shone >cil through the oljve or  his complexion and I marked him  down, right then end there as n  heait smasher, and proud of the profession, too.  While I was sizing him up he was  asking in his low, .musical  tones:  "May I speak with the American  consul, Mr. Henry Chauncey Jasper,  1   belic\c?   "  I led him to -lasper. Later I  lizard thathei had ccrne with a letter of introduction, being thci nephew  of an acquaintance and sometime  friend of the consul. I wasn't surprised when Jasper sold me the fellow was a European prince, Henri  Delavoiir by name.  As time went along" Prince Henri  came oftener and oftener to the consulate, and mostly spent his time  with    Helen. If    he  was   a heart  f masher, as I had inferred, you could-  not have told it by Helen's attitude.  I confess I'watched the case with interest.        Her     feelings    might   have  been    anything    from    repressed  contempt to deep   love.  |    The father all. this time was becom-  j. Jasper,  speaki:ng  rapidly  and   to  the  j prince.     One clay  tho prince came to  j tht'i    eonsui =.     rooms   looking  pretty  'much  "down    in tho face."     The expression in his eyes couldn't help, but  make    one feel sorry for him.      What  iseemed strangers that he carried a  sword      in his    hand. He went to  .Jasper,   speaking   tapidly   afid   to the  point.  "Mr.    Jasper,    " ne said,  "I  have  come  to you     upon  rather  an   embarrassing    errand1.       I    gambled  a hit  leavily    la,st     night,    and the c0nsc-  ouonco is I haven't enough money  to  take me home.       To tell the truth,  Mr. Jasper, I have no money at all  left. I can cable, of course, but I  don't-    want    to.        I   have remained  here ..longer   than  1 should,  and, "  Here the prince paused.  "Well, sir, to come directly tQ thc  point, can you lend me "enough? I'll-1  return .it as ������ soon as 1 reach home.  You 1-,-i.iow iny uncle well enough to  believe me,: ,and. this sword is suih-  cicnt security, I guess, for tliese  Jewells in the. hilt are worth afoi-  tunc,  they say." '  Henri laid the sword upon the desk  isiid vvaitwl for the consul to speak.  If Old Jasper was pleased with the  i'ellow.'sfranknnss, lie was cniaptured  with the sword. Probably this led  iiim .to make the olTer he| did. : '  ,; "The sword is m, excellent one, a  marvel!" he exclaiined. . "I'll .tell  you wliat J.'il do���������of course you fence  prince?''. .' -.     ..      '      .'���������  H"nri no^ed,  smiling.  "Well, sir, suppose we fence to decide the question. If you can-beat  mc ai fencing, prince, you shall have  anything you ask. If not, then yon  forfeit the, sword. In cither case,  though,' let me assure you that 1,11  advance the loan, and gladly. Is it  a go?   ''  Slillsmiiing, the prince, again no.l-  dcd. Jasper took down his sword,  and the, Uito removed their coats and  collars  and rolled up   their sleeves.  For a long time' they thrust and  parried, neither gaining an advantage. Jasper must have seen that  he had .met his 'match and the prince  surely, must have realized that a  victory over his antagonist might  be gained only by the most subtle  trickery.  And that, indeed, was'what .won  the day. It was a trick learned in  Italy that enaiuled Henri %) snap  the consul:s,blade, and then he stood  h:s point just .touching the breast of  his laughing victim.  "What a swordsman!:''gasped Jasper, shaking- HenrLs hand. ��������� "And  now,   your  price,   prince?::  "My vrice,:: said the -prince,, tvery  slowly, "is the hand of your fair  daughter.::  Old Jasper started in amazement.  Then he laughed outright, his admiration for the prince's cleverness over  coming all else.  "She's yours,'' he cried, again, tak  ing thc young- man's ha'nd, "Your's,  prince.'���������'  But Helea Jasper never became  Princess Delavour. For the clever  European heart, masher had forgotten that perhaps the 'lady herself  might naive a voice in the fifes Won.  She who might have been the prm.  cess is lust now reinonsta:a.linir. against my absorption in this "letter"  for such she believes it to be���������while  little Henri is claiming attention by  \erv vociferous  means.  EARN CASH  In Your Leisure Time  If you could start at once in a buai-  iil. 5J which would add a good round  sum to your present 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 aadollar.  Our proposition is this: We vtIH  ship you the Chatham Incubator .ind  Brooder, freight prepaid, and  You  Pay  No  Cash Until  After 1906 Harvest.  Poultry raising pays.  People who tell you that there is no  money in raising chicks may have ti ietl  to make money in the business by using  setting hens as hatchers, and t!i������j  might as well have tried to local a a  gold mine in the cabbage patch. Tb������  business of a hen is���������lo lay eggs. Ail  a hatcher and brooder she is out-  classed. That's the business of th������  Chatham Incubator and Brooder, and  they do <t perfectly and successfully.  The poultry business, properly conducted, pays far better than any other  business for the amount of time and  money  invested.  Thousands of poultry-raisers���������men  and women allsover Canada and the  United States���������have proved to their  satisfaction that it is profitable to raise  chicks with the  1  120 Eggs  240 Eggs  CHATHAM INCUBATOR  AND BROOMS.  "Yours is the first incubatorlhave  used, und I wish to statu I had l-i  chicks out of 52 eggs. This was iuy  -first lot; -truly a 100per cent,, hutch.  I am well pleased with my Iiicubatcr  and brooder. Twos. ���������McN'augm'ON',  CliilUwack, B.C."  "My first hatch came off. I got  170 fine chicks from 190 eggs. Wh,������ .  can beat that for the flrtt trial, and  so early In the spriiiB. I am we.I n  pleased with incubator, 'and if ������  could not got another money could  not buy it from me. Every fai-mce  should have a No. 3 Chatham Incubator.���������F. W. Ramsay, DunnvUle,  Ont."  "Tho incubator you furnished m������  works exceedingly well. It is easil 7  operated, and only needs about li)  minutes attention every day. K.  McOoffib, Moose Jaw, Assa."  The Chatham Incubator and Brooder  is honestly constructed. There is n*  humbug about it. Every inch of material  is thoroughly tested, the machine is  built on right principles, the insulation  is perfect, thermometer reliable, and  the workmanship the best.  The Chatham incubator and Brooder  is simple as well as scientific in construction���������a woman or girl can operate  the machine in their leisure moments.  You pay us no cash until after [906  harvest.  Send us your name aud address on  a post card to-day.  KO!. Montreal"HaIifax,'Chatham.  Ad<lreas  all correspondence to Chatham. 314 -  Tfe Manson Campbell Co., LimiteJ  DepU5 ACHATHAM, CANADA  Factories at Chatham, Ont., and Detroit.  Let us quote you prices  on a good Fanning Mill  or good Farm Scale.  At  THE  LEDGER  Office  1st Avenue  A I'uKiiaeioii.N Kaiifsaroo.  While chasing a full grown male  kangaroo at lleedy Crock, Victoria, a  local resilient was suddenly seized by  the unimiil arid ducked repeatedly in the  water, being only saved from denth by  the courage of his dog, which finally  put the kangaroo to flight.  "What do you thijik ot toat conegs  professor who says he never kissed a  girl?",  "Possibly," said Miss Cayenne, "it is  the simple confession of an. unworldly  soul, and then again it mny be a very  sly way of advertising for bids."���������  Washington Star.  l������3*,.]t^-������-'������  Aatlqnfty  of Otwfna.  Nearly all the grains now In use ������re  *f unknown antiquity..  Wheat was cti!������  tlvnted in all latitudes as far back In  the past ns we have aulueutic knowledge.   Barley is thought to have originated   in  the   Caucasus,   but   It   was  known  and   used   everywhere   iu   tht  ooct  ancient   times.    Oats,   like   rya  ������-cro unknown  In   ancient  India  and  Egypt mid among the Hebrews.   The  Greeks and  Romans received it from  the north of Europe.   Had there been  an early civilization on this continent  the  wild'oats   found  here  and  there  would   probably   have   developed   Into  the useful cereal now considered absolutely essential to the proper nourish"  ment of horses.  This continent Is credited with fe:t'-2S given Indian corn t������  the old  world,  liut  rni3  useful cereal  was doubtless kr.������w������ In India and. Chics many hundred years before the dl#-  ciovery of America.  A raliuible Hit.  Bunker���������You've seen Miss Dash on  the links, eh? Then you must have  noticed how recklessly sbe approaches  the ball.  Newcome���������Yes. that was the first  thing to strike my.eye.���������Catholic Standard and Times.  A Fa-recast.  Little six-year-old Dot while -conversing with lier mamma the other .day  j asked, "Mamma, if I'm alive when I  : get married may i plcar/e live at home  i with you and papa ?"���������Lippincot t'������  j Magazine.  ;    ������������������There's -iiotlilug   like   perseverance.  :  t wins out in the long run "  ;    "Not always.  Did youwer see, a hen  I m a porcelain egg?"-BrooklyU rjfe.  i Mlsrht  Help Some.  j     Is Clarence Appleby the sort of per-  ��������� ion one would care to cultivate?" '  \������JH!'  *  1UtIe cul������vation  wontldn't  Hirt Mm anj-.-'-clevoland 1^^  A Story of Tom Wat������on.  Before Thomas E.  Watson attained  to his present confidence while address  Ing  audiences  he  had several  misao  ventures on the platform.    On one oc  ���������easion   he  was   speaking  to a  mixed  crowd not far from bis home and was  : Hazing  away  la   good style when  a  ils-ugularly beautiful young woman en-  stored the hall.    The orator, impressed  ���������-with   the   girl's    loveliness,    lost   tha  thread .or his discourse,  hesitated and  I anally stopped.   The nudieuce, not understanding   bis   embarrassment,    en-  ieoiiraged. birn  with cries of "Go on,"  i but Watson knew he could not respond  I with .good effect.    His quick wit came  I to  his   rescue,   however.    Stepping   to  ' the front of tbe platform, he said In a  low  voice,   "Ladies   and  gentlemen,   I  should be glad to continue, but the lady  who has just come iu fairly took my  torcath away."   Then, ho eat down amid  ��������� heurty round of notiiause.'  ���������T*, Thomas Bailey Aldi-ich onm ������������������������  jelved a letter from his friend, ProfesWJf  K. S. Morse, and finding tho Jinndw citing  absolutely illcgiblo he sejit the following  reply: "Aly Dear Mr. Morse���������It wns ���������srj  pleasant io receive a letter from run tht  other day. Perhaps I should have found  it plcasanter if I had been able to (Uolphei  ������t. I don't think I mastered anything  beyond the date, rhich I knew, und tba  signature, which I guessed at. There Is S  singular and perpetual charm "in a lettea  of yours. It novo? grows old: it navoi  loses its novelty. Ono can say to oeesall  every morning: 'Here'sa letter'of Morse's.  I haven't read it yet. I think I kIi.-.U tak*  another shy at it today, aiid may to I'll bt  ablo in tho courge of a few years' to make  out what he means by those fc's that look-  like w's and those i's that '.haven't anj,  eyebrows.' Other letters are road and  ���������ihrown away and forgotten, but yours art  kept forever unread. One of them will  ' ist a reasonable man a lifetime. Admll-  mgly yours, -Thomas Bailey Aldrioh."���������  Chicago Inter Ocean.  I  -**J  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATERg WORKS  j).lV WaIbi'  Faith  London, Toronto, Montreal,- Winnipeg, Vancou-yer, Si. John, I?.B.4  A  Habit   to Be Encouraged.  The   mother  who  lias acquired   the  hah' t  of keeping on hand  a bottle of  Chamberlain's  Cough  Remedy,   saves  herself  a great   amount  of  uneasiness  and   anxiety.     Coughs,   colds       anil  croup,   to which children are susceptible,   are  quickly cured   by   its  use.  It counteracts any* tendency .of a cold  lo result-in   pneumonia,  and  if given  as soon   as the   first  symptoms       of  croup   appear,   it   will  prevent'������    the  attack.    This  remedy contains   nothing injurious  and mothers  give it to  little, ones   with   a feeling  of perfect  |:si!curity.       Sold by the    Ladysmith  Pharmacy.  8nnlight Soap ia hotter than other soap������,  but is bost when used in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Soap and follow directions.  OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE  IN CENTS' FURNISHINGS  Mens' Clothing, Boys' and Youths'  Mens' White Dress Shirts, Benin, Sa'>  erus Negligee Shirts in Pancy Patr  terns, Linen and Celluloid Collars,  Suffs. Neckties, aud Suspenders in  large varieties, lirYouths' Boys' and  Mens', silk and Japanese Initial  Handkerchiefs, also in Ladies' fancy  silk and linen. Boots and Shoes ii  all  Sizes.  Don't lorget  the place, on High St  Next to  Hardware Store.  John J. THOMAS.  You cannot be expected to have h iith iu  Shiloh's Consumption Cure, the Lung  Tonic, as a cure for Colds, Coughs ,-jnd all  diseases of the air passages, if yoi i have  not tried it. We have faith in it, und we  guarantee it. If it doesn't cure you it costs  you nothing, if it docs it costs you 25c.  That's fair. Try it to-day.  Shiloh has cured many thousands of the  most obstinate cases, and we do not hesitate  to say that it will cure any Cold, Cough,  Throat or Lung trouble. If we did not  believe this we would not guarantee it.  Shiloh has had an unbroken record of  success for thirty years,  every possi" '  Consumer*  are rcu.nested  to call at   the office     on   Roberts   Street and  Kates,  between the 10th   and the 25th of each mouth.  Office Hours IP. M. 4.30  ������������������l V-1 BLAND  Nr_-���������      -    ." SUPERINTENDENT.  or   thirty  years.      It  has  stood  sible test without failure.   Further  is found in the many testimonials of those  who have tried Shiloh and been cured.  Mrs. Archie Taylor, Asaph, Pa., writes:���������  " I bought a botllo of Shiloh's Consumption Cure  and found it very beneficial. I havelwo children,  and they had a terrible cough. \ gave ihem  everything I could think of, butthey got no betler,  until one evening my hujband bought a bottle of  Shiloh. We gave it to the children when they  went lo bed, and they slept all night. It cured  them completely, i shall always keep it in the  house." 603  SHILOH  25c. with guarantee yhriever medicine is told.  public  Notice  Attention ' *s Cilled to fche   fact that thi  Ogilvie    Flour Hills Co ,   Limited  makers  of  ROY 'AX.  J30TJSEH OLD    FLOUR.     hare for some lime  past been produ rang flour In a   rastly  improved and pirified form  by the aid of.EI  JBCTRICiTY  and having seen siefi control ot    all the basic patents relating thereto, take  this op   pwttmty ol a dvising  the public  that any  ori7������������ usisrs of    6&ie electrical   Sour puiifyinf processes  will ^e pro-  ���������ecttted.  Hi  Og ilvie   Fltror Mills Company    T   ts  are tha     only    millera in Canal* xrliDae:  Flonr  ���������x.?r:  a 1.3..Jt?l3  j ? 13 vi������ ������  THE.  mmmmm.m  ���������miS&mSS^b*  - ^irjf    w    tv-tJ&ui  ^ r  r'MVss^E^DcWo^will lie^ali I^Ab-  ibotsford .Hotel ''evety Saturday; after-  Jjiiojoji to givCr|jessons in Vocal Cul-  S-ture. Phrasing, management and eon-  .t,trol ^f^b-xeath,, tone^product'ioti, 'elli-  ���������oientiy taught.< ' For' particulars apply'Box l2,"or 'Phone"UC-''Nan'ainio.'  *������ -v       t, ���������)     i  1'   '���������    - >.'j      '       j  i   ,'- 'I'    ,  i       [It    I'    si    ���������      .il<      'i.   "    ',    '*   J  Smoke' Li.ttle ���������*. Cigar*.       ,  t'':wk!N*PED)5',fkt once) photo 'of I ���������  *fiysmi'th'������t 'KnighVs?Bbb& Stoke  ! Mis! Win.;  Ucveridgo wen it up; to N'a  "naimo at noon today."', ,       ' j  Ju'dge" Ha'rLlson -was a'passengei. to  Nanaimo at  noon.'   ' ���������<   ���������' :       I  Don't .forget that Blair '&' Adam's  monsler'ilioot and shoe sale stalls on  Fridav, the-J 0th inst.    - |  i     ������������������    L         '    j  ,';,<;. Geo, K.'Robsuii, of the Ili'd-  *on Bay Company, was visiting this  city  this morning.    ' !  jsPrescriptions filled promptly | at'th:  Ladysmith  Pharmacy; '       '"   j     ;  ^"^-,_. -. ���������..   i  "���������*'W"i:  o\'*winsTorfof, High' ftiect  f   t  -^?i  ^SK.YOUR GROCER FOR  4^  CUFQNS  WHEN YOU PURCHASE  ' ��������� i  11 r! )   ' I      i)i  >        iJ        Mil ii,  I  I  WHITE SWAN  YOU MAY WIN A SINGER ^^llSpIi^tftal^l  DAILY  LKDOKR   fc  .. ^t-f~*^i^^%M&*j&q&jia*ttl 4*.* < ^^^-������-^5ft������Wg^U������u������*rf^<5^gy*'' -m^wnJOiJalmnf, -o^joa* Witter*:  ���������agtai--ai-sgj������amg������***^  '   '..  I . ml;  . 1/ .  LACEr  , CURTAINS  V 7<o Pair!'to choose from-J  /J    ! ,i !(      j   ~M '      -i   "I  / 50c; to S3J50 Pah   i  *    ENGLISH \    -���������!  UN0LEU.MS  27 Patterns  to'{ ehoc^ei'l  I i \   ii^        .. i  . i'i  frdin v  i  ���������^  I IE  I.11  Margains    such  as have  ne-efbeen  h'-nown hele'bcfoie at Blair & Adam's  .shoe '-sale  which  commences  on      the  . ,'i >   ������ '  j(>th inst. ,,  C.   II    Kiiminim;,   chanmaii' of   the  Smote, Big  B, Cigars.  i i  in j  I  <r  Post  Cards  at  New   , Pictorial  i     rii -I  Kuights Book Store., ,  'HIE  RING���������\  ,' '  i     iii ii. i i  liimiiv  Biitt has  decided  that he  j{ i i jFOR^SAtt or RENT  \i t    i i. v K - ,',-^i (II   I  ^Tlie'lwetTT<:nown Hotel  Ladj^mith, ^poT'i'oi (he'prowii.ee aie se'eiung com  tlioioURhlv  fiuiiisiicd,  also  bar    and --        ^���������"  fixtuies for -isale^pr rent  ,cliool   hoard',   will ' piobflbly  accom- ' WiU not accept a'match with Eddie  p.mv Trustee  Carroll  to  Vicioiia  to ILuilon, siy.s the Bulletin. He ileclai-  h^ cannot seo  enough money  and   " adds  lust year   in  Mtlioii'di the All   B'C   team"    was  ihe l n������     he nitcwls     to make  tluee  Scaled ������oii' Satui'd'ay'the 'lifers     oi   matches  Uuit ������UI get tl��������� mo .ey.   ���������   ' ��������� ��������� lie will not eniiinciatc Lis*     three  is", visiting _thclvcoasl" cities arid     he attt,n,i  {i,e' con'cii'tion' of lthe''J3      C.  Cs 'that  lo cannot seo e;  'expects:]toi-oj{C������awa..v/f6^ some)<la\s ,    tchooll oauls to be held at thai pUv'e'   m  a match of that sort,  '~'"y-"'::\r^J::'^   i        ������������������.   ?j| |    I    .'���������       ���������   '"        j.'ilut a!, till,   is to Le  his  5  K     i  ���������For f,  111 II      -   Hll  ������    oi/������   cn/.l. in<r f-.nm-  matches beyond stating that Battling  ', (i foil ,m. tho fact���������ihat.,,tlic New     Zca-   Nclsoil  %vln  te one of his opponents.  "I,,  landcis,  ga\o ��������� se'\ei.al  Old  Coi.-itiy   m u ielubes  to say  whether he has  teams, a,far4 \\o,ise  beating  than they   GiUls m xww ol. not  fcl oUC  o������     the  Knight's Book' Stoie,  i     n    ������.iil        "rv - *     f    '  ������ ������  \ 40c; to S5c. Sa-'Yard'1"  ^NGLISH  T OliXLOTHS  30 ^Patterns  to  chocie  from  25c, to 50c, Yard  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  CARPFT  .SQUARES  All   Sizes���������All   Prices  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  We Make a Specialty  of House FmislAn^  Walters &  AkenheadI  annual  '}ri\en o������t,  out  that  he never  consid-  ^altntme   cred it seriously  The    ReLe\ahs  'dance    comes  old    in  the local oprra J   james Edward is looking fit    and  house  tonioiiow evening,  and     will  lrcSidy, still he does not think that it  doubtless  be   as pleasant an event as   wouiti  be beneficial  for him   to go 1 tithe    Rebekahs'    dunces,    usually  aie   to active training so soon aftei  his  One  thing,   the    Sisteis are spaung   theatrical  tour.  no  pains  m   providing  foi   the enjoy-      nilii   1S stln   hankering, aftei       a  men I   of these picsoni match with Nelson.  Way dawn low  J lnuny  haiibors  a feeling that  he can  do toi the Dnne.   Nelson has not pos  fight  FOR  PASTURES NFAV.  Smoke Big B.  Cigars.  Latoat majra/ines at Knight's   0   Common Colds    are the  Causo  JManv  Serious     Diseases.  of  The <l\|Sies   who,   as repoilcd  111  ituelv  stated   that he would  ** these columns yesterday, hail for thj  'St few days been rngaged 111 the  h.  ihaiifcable occupation of casing     the  heal Is  of lads and   lassies,  weie cut  short  in  their good  work  this mom-  m-when   ihe Piov incial   constaUc si.g-   ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^  ,nrth  grsted  that they tiy a place up    thc _   lf ,_, c ������������������ +,,���������������������������.,,   ihM  rio,^ ,,-,n  Biitt a return match', but the   public  underslanding that  there is atactic  agreement between the i>air  foi     another  match.  When James beat Hattler ho gave  the  Dane  a chance to redeem  hini.self  i  :68;t Pairs  " ^* ,. -   * 5  ':JDoiig;���������Laoe Slioes--Reg-  ,tilar-$2.50  SALE PRICE $1.35 1  19 Pairs Men's Fine  Kid '���������%  v . .    . j?  Lace Shoes Regular $3 .y  SALE PRICE $1.95 ?  8 o Pair*1? Artisan Shoes���������,  r  Suitable for Engineers,  1  Carpenters, Etc.  TO CLEAR $1.35  17 Pairs Heavy Walking.  Boots  I TO CI EAR $1.50  25   Pairs' Heavy   Elastic  Garters   TO GLEAR $1.25 I  20 Pairs    Fine   Elastic y  ;:.���������-}',;"<';- .-���������::���������-��������� b  ,  Garters   Regular $2.75 |  '      '"'    SALE PRICE $1.75 ||  23 Best Elastic*Garters .  ' TO CLEAR $1.95  ������������������ "..-���������. i '/:';-.'  !   I-''.  2T "Pairs   Ptiilmati   Slip-  |j      pers���������Comfortable  and  |]t':; -Easy :Re%vBa������'$2.25  ^ SALE PRICE $1,45  u If SeVerarother Linesat^EquaMy  'to^Fficfis   M" ;i  To-moiTOW we advertise Specials in Ladies Shoes  Oon^t l^qirg^t the Daje^^  jd'IJp    'I  ..J  iai v.  line,   where business   pionnscs  to   be  ii,ood     They "tjiuckh'   packed  up   then   '"  ilelongings   and  left   foi pastures new  'Ihevi    lCKietled    say in i*1 goodhvc   to  ^lns section as  plenty of silvei      had  been  forthcoming,   but they seek comfort    in  the thought    that   vvlicicver  thev go  Cupid is sure to haw     pio-  ceeiled   them.   o   Tf there is anything von    want  111  the l.lrug or patent medicine line you  irill   find   it at    the Ladysmith '"Drug  Store.  "Yes,"     rer>lir'    the .able  editor.  "This  is the place." ......*'  "W-a-al,''      prrc.-^eded    the   visitor,  "what do the type hatch, and   how'  long.does it take 'em?'j  Dunns*, the hearing 0* a charge of  housebreaking against a humwer of  youths . In Edlpfcurgh-it was stated;  that each member of the gang had  promised the leader not to touch intoxicating liquors during "business  hours."  . o .  Remember the     place to get writing material is Knight'-s Bonk Store  .���������   ��������� o���������������������������������������������  MUSIC  tr  it loo's as though   Ihe  Dane will  be forced by public opinion into      a  yht with liiitt again  In some quarters  theie  will      be  111'ch  disappointment   at  Untt's    deter 1m11atiL.11 not%to fight llanlon   Iridic has   quite a following ami he be-  hevfs   lhat with  Rntt as  an opponent heciouhl draw as large a hcti'c i-.s  niiy lightweight that can be seemed  to  meet   -lames  Edwaid.  Physician*   who  ha.\e   gani'���������il  a national leputaticri as anaUbts of the  caiisc- of various  diseases, claim'that  of ^catching cold  could  be av oid :d   a  Jong    1 list    of dangerous      ailments  would never be even heard  of       'V-  cry  one l.now.s  that pneumonia .and  consumption originate  from a   cold,  ami  chronic catafih,   bronchitis, and  all  tin out ami hmg trouble are    ag-  giavaled  and  lendeicd   morc  seiious  hv   ca^h   fri-sh   att.icV.    Do  not  iisk  youi  life 01  tale chances   vlu-n   5 on  have      a cold     Chami joilain s   Coupli  Kcmedv will cine ltbcfoic  these dc-  seascs  develop     This   1 eiiKuly       con-'  tains  no  opium,   morphi;jc   01   other  haimful ding and  hast'nity voais of  rejiulacion  Kiclv  of it,   gained  h'- ll^  cm is iiiiiloi  v civ condition   Foi  salo  hv   the Ladtsmith  rharmacv.  In this great western country, where then  'seo much wild  litnd, jwhere minions of  ��������� uf.iesuf 1 toil have .nuv^felt- the-touoh.pt  1 ,t'ic iilo'vnan's- sljaio>oi"fJ;b<i keen edge^if  ,tl)o1\\0(Hlu.aii-'s_������*x,.it (ioeit'Dot^ecm that it  would bu; UL'LesKinyito.i-eclajuij lund from  ! tio-boa ito 1 obtain  acres iXor cultivation.  4 liiut  iJjaC<il)"t...tn;cu done,-������nd win 'Skaglfi  ., SDunty, almost, in >tbe very northwestern  i carnur of thu-statu,loan be found-fccoretf.'of  ' itbuilnust) ranchesnln the.-world,;Jylng be-  j hind dikes (builtto ktepioutiithe-"' sea and  tho ovcrilovvti of tbe Skagit >rlvor, the lar-  ���������eeat streuniitbaf eiuptiesiinto tho sound,'.  ) -i 1 This la thc .veritable. Holland of .Wash-  'I ington. -Jn. Skagit county-are situated tha  1 iamoueiS u inoiuish iluts,- the Beaver inarab,  \\ th6i01ympic warsb and-tbe Saiuish flats,  Lall surrounded by dikes ranging in height  ���������j.-rruiii-3������to'il6-.'leet     There are tide gates  talongjtbe soashore which act automatically,-.-uirt wbieh drain  tho land so perfectly  ���������, ihutvurops me raised on land below tbo m*  level with safety.    And such crops I  For ages the big river has been bringing  down from tbe hills the richest sediment,  und there is really no bottom to tbe soil. IS  a farmer in the east plows a little too deep,  ho turns up olay or rocks If tho Beaver  marsh 1.metier holds his plow bandlea too  high, bo simply digs up more of tbe rich  loam thiat raisob every year without fall  biicli crops that tbe old ranchers of othei  Kectumt. cannot behove tbo stories. One  humlicd and twenty-ilvo bushels of oats to  tho acre, a ton and n half of hops or flva  tons 0������ hay aroconimon, yields, while alt  -oitsot root crops give equally lurge results 1 1  In order to plow this land, which, of  course, h soft und spongy, tha ranchers  often put "tuloy" shoes on their horses,  tho shoes, consisting of widewpoden block*  to piovent tho animals from flfnklng into  tbo loam   ' _ t  Tboro are at present eight dlkiug dis-  Uicts in the county, and nearly every  ranch of any si/o Is in one or another of  theso districts Fully 100 inilos of dikes  are 111 use 111 the county, and many of  uheni aro used also ns rondi. Very pictur-  jsquo ai-o ihoso embankments in many  places as thoy w ind around through..tb������  ticr.s. V\hcn tne Skagit is having a frekhet,  r.s has been tho case this week, tbe'people  lurn out to watch their dikes, and by repairing them save their lands from inundation Someiimos a vory high tide wJll  i;o over a dike and cover ��������� number ot  ranches with Fait water. If the watel  docs not stand too long this does no particular damage.  As thcro is nothing but band and black  lo'im to construct the dikos of, no pern.w-  ucnt work has ever been done and cannot 1*  until the mcr is so improved that it boa  a reasonably straight channel to the sea  lu\o or si3 foi ks or mouths discharge tb������  water into tho sound, and thc delta thus  Conned is excellent farming lund. If tbe  ivatcr should be confined to one channel,  thousands of acres of land would be reclaimed and the danger of overflow re  duccd to a minimum By this improve-  ii'cnt a magnificent navigable river, teem-  .ng w ith fish aud flowing through a wealth  ���������f timber and niineuil land, would be  oponod up and would provide employment  Cor countless numbers of people ���������SeatUa  I'ost rnteUiseni"'*' s ..' ,  _��������� ������������������O��������� ^    M  Smoke Big B   Cigars.  ^, .������5i?nrf���������,-jp.J ^.tu&th^  In collected on tho  Ladysmith  Merchant Tailor  B.  C  f*��������� jw-^uiaai^Hlr^*^^  IMmiohirt" and- Vocal Slusic thoroughly taught iiy Prank G. A slit on of  tin; Guildhall School and Trinity College of Music, London. England.  Pupil of the late Thomas Winghajn,  Mils.   Doc, Organist,    J3roiii.j>toii,  Oraicr*    T-r-iidnn.  Mr. Ashton is now resident in Ladysmith' and prepared (c.i tnl-c pu-  m'ls . llarir.ony and Theory a Spe  ciiilly. Terms, etc., on aliplic-atio11.  I'.  (.).   I10X   2!I2.  We are now showing a Large Stock of  Handsome Watches, Ladies and Genis^  and Other Jewelry of. First Class.-Quality  ,.~ k  B.FORClMnER-  1  r  \VA'lCrtJ������l*KE������?.   JEWELER,  OPTICIAN , _ f>  First  Avenue,    X   X   X      Ladysmith,   B. C |  Xfl .a't,"r.-'.'1 W-ri1 V  I  -o-  COUGII RKMI^DIl'  SYNOPSIS OP CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING REGULATIONS. '  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre for soft coal and  $20 for anthracite. Not more than  120 acres can be acquired by *ne individual or company. Royalty r.i the  rate of ttn cents per 1 ton ot "4,000  pounds shall  gloss  output.  Quart/���������A fiee miner's certiicate is  granted upon payment in advance of  ST 50 per nan am for aa individual,  and from ������50 to $100 per annum for  a company, according to capital'.  A      free ra ucr, having discovered  mineral  in place, may locate a claim  1,500.x  1,500  feet.   The lee. f������r .recording  a claim is  J5.M ���������       -  At least ������100 must be expeu*** ������*  the claim each year <jr ������aid te the  mining recorder ia lieu thereof. When  ?500 has been expended or paid, th'e  locator may, upon having a survey  made, and upon complying with oth-  nr requirements, purchase the laad at  SI an acre.    . ,  The patent provides f������r the payment of a royalty ef jlfc per cent en  the sales.  PLACER mining claiaat geaerally  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5, renewable yearly.  A free miner may obta.ii twe leases to dredge for gold ef fve uiiles.  each for a term of twenty years, renewable at the descretion ef the Mia-  iKter of the Inteaior.  The lessee shall haye a dredge if  operation within one season from, the  late of the lease for each five mile's..  Rental, $10 per annum for each milt  if river teased. Royalty at the rate  of 2J per cent collected on the out'  nit after it exceeds $10,000. ' '  W. W. CORY,  Deputy  of the Minister  of the Io  ���������Erlor.  ���������-J-I-J ���������;--*���������-I-*<M  35 a  ���������2- f 'j.-"i"i ���������:--;������-j--* -j-* ->-*���������- 51- *  WISH  %$%&  Wc have over $2000 worth of Men's  nd Boy's Clothing on hand which  we  dispose of at  25 and 40 Per Cent  '[   below Regular Selling Price. All  Goods Marked in Plain Figures  Men's Suits $15 Now 11.50  "    $12    "    8.50  We Are? Expecting New Stock in and  Our Rooni is Limited,  v>  i  :i  SIMON "��������� LEBER & CO Ltd.  OATACRF.8T  LADYSMITH  W. G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor.  i  (ist Avenue)  Fall Stock  on   hand. Call early and  get ypiir choice  Stoves  We  art making them oi'ths Newest ^Pattern and Lates*  v"   i-. ;.'.- *, ���������������������������;'��������� -   . Styles.,  WE DO ALL KINDS OF FOU NDRY WORK  '- .*     y>-  *ur Prices'are Reaaona"bIe  SEE OUR   NEW STOVES IN-iiLAIR AND ia DAM'S WINDOWS.  ,' w" .-" >  '" .'     j nd'at 'Lj'dyiniitbJHardwart JCcmpanx,"  LADYSniTH   IRON,& STOVE WORKS CO���������^LTD.  PAINTING   AND  FAPERHANGING  -������' Neatly and Artistically Done  :/:.'.*���������'<  :m-4  r������7i~xv;-^  Mr.   E.   G.   Case,   a mail  carries  o'  Canton   Centre,  Conn,  who has  bee  in, the U  S. service for about sixteen j  years,    s������.ys:   "Wc     l-ave  tried  many  cough medicines for croup, but Cham.-  beriaih's Cough lien.-.dy is king oii S. ROEDONG  all and one to be relied on every time. ]  We also find it th-i l:c-st remedy for  coughs and colds giving certain results aud leaving no bad after effects." For sxie by The'Ladysmilh  Pharmacy.  After this date thc price for bread  delivered at my Customers" houses  will be FIVE CENTS per loaf��������� 20  loaves for a dollar. My read is  guaranteed tlie best made. Shops  run by while help should r.-ceiVe  white peoples' patronage so Iony as  they are properly conducted, i solicit atrial as your BaJv'er.  C.  R.  DOCILE,  THE WELLINGTOiM BAKERY  Orders  Promptly   Executer      LADYSMITH  /  ���������aWallil aaTlll   llTTT'll l"l II   If Ifl II rTTnT"mT 1 T *"  Notie  %~s  A. HOWE,lofCHElVlAlNUS,has opened ihe MEAT  MARKET lately    run   by W Ward, on Roberts street  1 WITH A FULL jLINE OF FIRST CLASS MEATS  i d Ssvage a f p���������ciai1y  A TK'AL SOI ICITED  A.   HOWE  Ml *  B.  Surgeon Demist  vl!  worW guirauteed,- and  at  reas.-ui'  a.bte  rates.  RESHDENCE. AN������ 8FFIGE  Jkitacre St. Ladyamith  OPEN   AT   AM.  HOrUS  !AY,GRAIN and;      :   ,.  Orders will be delivered anywhe.r  u tho city promptly and at the lo v  ���������������������������nst possible prices. ���������j  Leave orders at ������bristle'������, o������ tkf  RsplanaSl.  James Warnock  f O   *l ErtBS*  E������'l Kf fCNCE  ���������iADE MARK������  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  AtiTona faadlng a ikatca and doacrintlnn ma*  oiilckly aicartalii our opinion free whether an  rnvaiitlon la frrobablr patantabla.   Communira.  . tkniaatrlctlyooniaaHklal. Hautlbnok on Patent!  jiantfraa. Oldaat aaaacr foraeeurlnBpatenti..  Patanta takaa tbrouaa Muiin A Co. receive  tparlal notica, wHaoutnAarta, lathe  ^���������r w ���������. * * -v���������r������������������������.^  DESIGNS        v  TRADEMARKS   -\  i AND COPYRIGHTS <  '       OBTAINED       i  ^ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY |  ^ Notice in "luventne Age '"  > 15ook"  * Chart  Scientific fTmcrkan.  A. batJdaomaijr lllaitratad waeKljr. I-awcst clr.  lulatlaii of hit aalantlOa loarnal. Terms. ������J a  year: fouraioatlii,$1. Coldbri.1 newiilealerR  WHH 4Co.������������,B"fl'*������'NfiW Yorff  -���������     -m f ���������*��������� ���������������-������������������*'-i������"- ��������������� r'  COMMERCIAL HOTEL  MR. and MRS. T. J. THOMAS, Ute  ���������f   Mount Sicker Hotel, and ol thr.  Palace Hstel,  Nanaimo, have     . ������������������>  chased tbe   COMMERCIAL HOTEL   on Doujrjaas Street, Victoria, opposite  the city hail, and invite their     old  PATRONS AND FRIENDS TO VIS  IT THEM WHEN IN VI������-^  ������������������������   TOIWA. '  Diaries for  190������ ai  Mwiikt's Book'  Store.  M.K SIMPSON  Solicitor, Etc.  Honey  to   Loan  IADYSM1  tj Avenue  l-v^r-rVH-  EXCELLENT  Train Service  ���������CTWECN  CHICieO, LONDON,  NIMILT0N, TORONTO,  HONTREIL QUEIEC,  P0RTLAHD, BOSTON,  ���������ad tha PriMlaal Bnilaeaa Caateri of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALU Tl BKFALI, NEW VIRX AND  PHItAIELPMIA, VIA HIA8ARA FALLS.  ifa'r Time Tabiaa^ ate., addreti  .       oeo.w. vaux,  jluUUat iea'l Faaiaagar and Tleket, Agout,  1������a ABAM������ e*?. CHICAGO, ILL.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that I will  apply at the next sitting of tke Municipal! Licensing Board for the tatins  fer of the retail- liquor -license held  by "11111 for the Portland'. Hotel, sitwa  ted on Lot 10, 131o������k 4, First At������v  uue, to David Hynes.  JOHN  GOGO  Russell Simpson, Solicitor.  NOTICE ���������'"/.  Notice fi<" hereby given that T. Agnes Knifedt,' will apply at the next  regular sitting of th������ licensing board  for the tracer    of the retail ltcruor  "CAPITAL   CAN  BE EASILY  I-N-  TER-ES-TED if your busimess is  i sound and legitimate; we will re-or-.  I iianize you on a money eariiiiiB basis;  ) new 8'hberprises successfully promot-  !ed; iiicorp6,rated; giiarantnaiug; underwriting; public works fbMinced;  'corporate   securities Vnarkettd; \rrit������  us.  CORPORATION    ������������RViGi2  COMPANY, of    America.  PeHasylTar  nia bid.,  Philadelphia  Pa-' M  .NOTICE.  From      this  dati   thy  undersig������ed  will  not  be  responsible for  a������y  ia-  license held \ by me for the premises, debtedness     jncurrad exeept an  lately known as the, Island Home Ho  ���������tel, located :Lon lot 3, block 2(1, .in  the city of. Ladysmith, B. C, io  Georga. Hamnay, the ab6ve lirjte'l to  be known as The Hotel Cecil;' ������������������-,./  Sij-ned, AGNES KNIGHT.  written orocr signed by tke secretary  Rowland  Machin.  V. I.  EXPLORATION & DHVBL-  ;     OPMENT CO., LTD.  Non .Personal "Liability.  Victoria, B. C,, May 18th, 180lt   s>.

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