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 ^i.��������� -fla! -  CV  fa ������2 1905     ' ^\  .^. ^ **���������.  v  >...>  -^CTcftl^  "^���������...- >|  VOL. 2,  TUESDAY, FEB. 21, 1905.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  HOOSAIC TUNNEL  PIER. ABLAZE  A Million Dollar Fire at Charles-  ton--Steamer Philadelphian  Injured  ��������� ���������    ���������������������������'���������      -SL : ������������������'���������'     ���������       "      '��������� .        ���������'���������  Crew are Forced Over the Side  of the Vessel-Other Ships  < ������  * i       ���������  Narrowly ��������� Escape  (Associated Press  Despatches.)  Feb.s2L���������At 8   a. 'steamer,     jumped     to the deck of a  Tunnel Pier    was  nearby  Lighter,' and has a leg brok-  still  burning, although entiiely    uu-|t.n.   Capt.: Jacks'om.and his wife were  'dor  control.     The'loss  is estimated   luscued by a lireboat, after being "(111 V  "���������     '_ '���������;   .       .V "       ii...J.        1...    11.-       !.!������-_ '     n.wl  Boston,   Mass.,  m.,~ the Hoosaic  ' at about' a million dollars.  Boston, Mass., Feb. 21���������A large  double pier, No. 3. and 1 of tlie Hoosaic Tunnel Docks, in. Cliarlestown,  together ,with considerable valuable,  freight was complotclv-'destroycd by  fire early' today. 'Hie steamer Philadelphia]!, fiom which the crew i'.ed  so    hastily,   that .two   were   iniuicd,  T.was hauled .into the stream with her  upper works ablaze. The loss to  the Boston and Maine Railway Co.,  the owners of'the ducks, is estimated at fully * 100,0(10, while the damage to lhe Philadelphian will, it is  thought, hi ing tho total loss up  to ahouI a million dollars. ��������� The- adjoining Pier No. 5, which was burned last November, and which,was ie-  built-, was slightly damaged. The.  steamer Dal ton Hall, on the opposite side of the pier from1 the - Philadelphian, hacked out under hei own  steam, practically uninjured.*-  Chief stewanl Follows, of the Philadelphian,      who   jumped -qveiboard,  lS*a.s  rescued      in an exhausted- cofidi-  en lo the stern'by the blaze, ' and  were about to.jump into the, harbor. The lire started presumably  from spontaneous combustion in some  hay at, 4 o'clock' this'morning, and  within five minutes .fully a quart er of  an acre of covered pier, well filled  with the most inflamable goods, was  wrapped  in flame.    .  The Philadelphian which arrived,  on Saturday and had discharged  about'liquarter of her cargo caught-  fne within a few minutes. Her crew  who lushed on deck at the first al-  ann were driven over the side by. the  gieal volume,of flame which poured  actoss the decks. But few harbor  tugs ' were in ' the neighborhood and  it was nearly an hour before she was  hauled from her peiilous position.  Blazing brands were carried across  lhe haihor to the city proper, but  foi tunalcly" away from a large 'elevator at the head of pier 4,  -More than'half thci fire, department  of the city was called into service  and   fought the  fire until   dawn-   ber  tion,   while one of   lhe  liicinen of the   fore  it was subdued.  THE ENTOMBbD  MINERS  ���������Wl\.  r|llL  '(.cat/'^ociated  Press  Despatches.)  ^.'flrmingham,   Fob.  21.���������E.  T. Schu-  /er,  one of the owners of the Virgin-  i'ia mines,  where more Hum one    liuii-  < dred    miners   were entombed   yesterday aftei noon  by an explosion    was  'advised   this  morning  that the    rcs-  i cuers  were     close to     the entombed  1 men, and  that one * body :had    been'  found  and   removedi    Schiller    thinks  ���������   there  is  a good   chance'for   a " num-  1   lies  of the  miners   to be  found   alive,  as   he says      the   air shaft into     the  mine is  working. ,. The rescue party,  worked all 'nigh.t aiid:'."were"alignment*:  ed  by miners  from various jniuesViii.  the vicinity. " '    .  ';'.'������������������           '..���������������������������������������������:���������..���������-..���������.   '...,'��������� .v  ������������������t .'..;."o- ; ��������� ���������"���������  PARLIAMENT PROROGUED,/  Charlottctowii'; P.E:i., Feb. 21.' ���������  The Prince Edward .Island legisla-.  turo has been prorogued for thethird  time, owing to snow blockade It is  now called to meet oii Feb. 2S.  .  ...   ���������o���������. ���������  ...  LIBERAL ELECTED. "  L'Original, Out., Feb, 21.' ^ La-  brosse, Independent Liberal in Pres-  cott County, has been declared ., eL  ccted over I Ion. . Iv. Evuiilurol, by  the casting vote, of the returning officer. '' _ _  v���������-< o���������   FREIGHT  BLOCKED  Chicago,   111.,   Feb.  21. ���������  Railroad  ollieials  eslimale   thai,   12,1,0(10    cars  of   freight   are   .stalled   on    .railroads  cast and  west, .of here, owing to   the  recent heavy  snow  storms.     Of this  number,   75,(11:0   cars   are said   to   be,  side-tracked   on   eastern   roads,     and  50,0(1(1 cars on fronds west' of Chicago  It will  require ten day's or    nioie to  move   this 'accumulation   of     freight  to its destination, and  it i^s probable,  that  the loss in perishable   stun' w'ill-  be very heavy.  ��������� ������������������;������������������q���������;������������������rrrr  PANIC STRICKEN^  Baku, Caucasia, Feb,'21.��������� The  town is panic stricken, tlie.'-'" baiii?s  are closed and business suspended-ai?  a result of Wednesday's disturbance,  and the numerous attacks of armed  Mussulmeii on Arineninns, .which have  been going on since Sunday in various qiuirlers or Baku. The attacks  are .attributed  lo racial  enmity.  HEaVX loss  BY J J HE  (Associated Press Despatches.)  New York, Feb. 21.��������� Frozen hydrants so interfered with the work  of thc fiiomen when afire started  in a big factory building, jihat what  at firsl, seemed rather< an insignificant blaze called for four alarms,  and resulted in a loss of fully $10(>,-  000. .The fii;e was in the factory of  Philip ITarro '&. Co.; manufacturers of  manifold, books, carboii papers and  autograph machines. When tlie "apparatus- called by an automatic alarm reached the.-..scene, the ..flames  were;c6nfined -to ^hc1 second floor; of  the building''butr nearly, all the liyr  draiits in tlie vicinity were found to  be frozen,! and by the time a good  supply of water was to be had, -tho  Ilamcs had spread through the liuild���������  :iiig '"fi'ml tliey"were Extinguished only  aftera'lpiig hard; struggle,'- "'."/  EXPATRIATED   G ERMANS.  Under the existing law if a German  remains abroad   for ten  years  without  having     obtained  a s| eci-H    '.'Vui-  scni'   of   thc  government   authorities  he loses his civil  rights as a German  subject an.I  also  his claim  for protection.  -' GEN. STOESSEL.  -���������Kaffa, Crimea, Fell/ 21^ Lt; Gen.  S'oessel,,  the .former cpnimandev" of  Pprt Arthur, arrived.  |icrc today,  . .  :    -   - ;��������� -    7���������Q ��������� ���������-"   ���������  T*nIC!R.EASE ACCEPTED.  ��������� C^ynshiiitinople.Feb. 21.��������� The proposed increase in the Turkish customs duties, has been, accepted in  principal by the governments of the  six powers on the condition that the  revenue so derived shall be devoted  ,to, carrying out reforms. It is understood that Turkey, in soliciting,  their assent to the increase, undertook to accept tlievAustrb-Russian  scheme for reform of the finances of  "Macedonia;  -���������������������������- _. o .,   ' .  __���������  '   ;QRANGEM^N  pOR  VERNON  .The delegates from.the coast lo,d'g������s  to Uie, annual meeting of the. Graiid  Lodge al,. Vcvnou left,. Va.iierrt.ivev ''}'  special par Sinuhvy,, the. sessions com  niericiiig (his morning a"d. closing  Friday. 'Plie'.delegates"Yd' the Grand  Black Cha|)tei* assembled yesterday  and , from today, the provincial  Orange Grand . Lodge will; be in session. Delegates will attend.from all  over the province. Vancouver is represented by Grand Master Duke,  while the Victoria delegate is Deputy  Grand Master .1. Wallace. From New  Westiuinslcr has gone Past District  Master I). Cross, representing lodge  1150;'Provincial Grand -Director of  Ceremonies Normon Wood, representative H. Bollard, of Lodge 11!)3 and  Past District Master George liar-  graves,'represent ing the Black Chapter.  mmmm pay m  ARBITRATORS GIVE  OUT THEIR RB>  PORT  WILLIAM  HANNAY   ISiTHE     9. ��������� ��������� ���������   - ���������  ARRIVED..  New, York, Feb. 21.���������Arrived, the  steamer Ryndani, from Rotterdam.  New. York, Feb. 21.���������Steamer Perugia, from Naples.  DECIDED   COMPANY  SHOULD GR* NT  INCREASE  -      i    (Associated Press Despatches.)  Toronto,   Feb.   21.���������Award  of     arbitrators in  the dispute between  the  Grand Timik Railway and  Ms    telc-  graiphcis, was handed out last night.  The  arbitrators  arc  of   the1   opinion  that  the  tclegiaphers should   he paid  extra  for  Sunday   work.     Regarding  the' question of two weeks' vacation,  the' arbitrator     are of    the opinion  that  this  matter should  be left     to  the company.'   As -to an increase    ill  pay,,the arbitrators declare that  the  company should  have granted   the increase asked foi by    the men.    They  recommend   thai   the minimum salary  pert mouth   for agents and   telegraph-  cis  with    dwelling,    fuel  and     light  on  mail  lines shall  be  $-15  and     on  blanch lines $43 instead of     $10 and  "i.35,     respectively,     and   that     such  minimum      wage    without  dwelling,  fuel  and  light shall   he  $50 on     thc  main  line    and ������'18  on  branch  lines,  instead  of $15  and   .t;42   respectively,  .and that the salary all over for telegraphers who are also agents     shall  be $1:1 on      main lines and $43     on  branch  lines  instead  of  $40 and   $37  respectively.    The    majority-. report  adds  that such  lcconimendation take  effect  March   1st,  and  continue     and  he accepted    by ,bolh parties for    a  period of three years theieaflei*r Report, is signed by J. II.  Hall,  representative of  the      telegraphers ��������� and  Justice  Teetzel,   lhe   third     member  whp   was   appointt ii   hy both     sides.  0.   F.   Sheplcy,   K.C.,      lepresenling  the company, issiu s a minoiity     repot (;    explaining  \vhc     he could   not  agree with  his colleagues.  LATEST  VICTORIA  NEWS  WAS SELECTED FROM  LONG LIST OF AP  PLICANTS  TYEE SMEFrERS US  UAL MONTHLY  REPORT  At a meeting of the polios commissioners this morning several -applications were received for the position  of city constable. The various applications were considered and that of  Mr. Win. Ilannay eventually accepted.  It, is udnerstood that Mr. 'Tla"inay  will commence his duties forthwith.  TYEE .RETURNS.  - During the month of January the  Tyee Copper Co.'s smelter at Ladysmith ran 23 days, during which period 5,0.15 tons of Tyee ore. were  treated, giving a return, after deduction of freight and refining charges* of $������8,6C2.-  THE SMELTER RILL  r  WILL NOT PASS IT  IS  STATED  THE     COAL     MINES  PENALTIES BILL IS  NOT FAVORED  DELEGATION  SUBMIT REPORT  Interview With the Government  Most Satisfactory ^Prospects  _        ^  for Grants Good  FROZEN'TO DEATH.  ^Napanee, Feb. 21-John Young, aged 23, employed by William McAllister, farmer, has been found iro;en to  death in a willow s vamp near heie  He had gone for mail and was ic-  'turning when it js supposed he became exhausted.   o ���������  .    I.TH1RD PACIFIC SQUADRON  Fredericks 'Haven, Denmark; Feb.  ,21.���������The third Russian.Pacific squadron anchored today'.in -Skagen Bay,  arrd is now coaling. The squadron  has been joined .by some other units  aiid -now consists of live ironclads,  an auxiliary cruiser a gunboat and  three  transports,  ST DAVID'S DAY  CELEiiRAllOiN  . 'At a meeting of the St.David's Day  celebration committee on Sunday List  the majority of the arrangements for  thc event of the celebration were  completed, and the fav-o:able reports  received from the vai io <s committees  .indicate that the ulTair will lie of a  mo-it enjoyable nature. Although the  programme is not fully uiurie up. the  Ledger is informed that some of the  best vocalists in this part of the Island have kindly promised to assist.  in addition to the best of local talent the services of a number of Na-  nuiino artists have been secured. Among- those ladies and gsnllemcn of the  'neighboring town whp have' kindly  ���������promised to assist are Mrs. Dr. Diys  dale and Messrs.. Planta and Williams  The vocn.1 abilities of these sinjers  are wel| known in Ladysmith, and  many wlui have had the pleasure of  hearing them before will mail tli'jin-  selves (>r the opportunity of enjoying  their sing.ng on March 1st.  ���������'��������� After'the first half of the program  1ms been gone through, alternate dancing and singing will he indulged In.  On this occasion the Ladysmith people will have their Prst opportunity  of hearing the newly organized St.  John's Glee Club sing. The Ledger  was privilwlged to hear  them at  practice on   Sunday  last,   and is,  therefore,    in     n position to pi edict  that the     selections given  by  them  will   be well worth hearing.  ,    At midnight a lunch will be served  which is sure to be good,  fi>r the re-  freshii'CQt committee are making elaborate preparations  for  it.  ., A     full   programme'      will   nnptrar  shortlv,    and     *iii the meatime     it  should be said that nothing- will to  left undone by the Welchmen to provide for the comfort and enjoyment  of their guests on St. David's Day.  AN  EARL DEAD.  London,  Feb. 21.���������Earl of Soul lust  (James Carnegie) died today. He w(s  hoin iu 1827.   o   SIR  HENRY  ILL.  London,   Feb.   21.���������Sir  IUnry   Tr>-  in.5  is reported  to  l*c somewhat  seriously  ill nt Wolverhamptrn.   He     is  sull'cring from a severe chill.   He collapsed      after  tie performance  last  night, and has been obliged to camel  his attendance . at a mcetim*  tp Le  held in the Wolverhampton town nail  today.   o������������������������������������  JUSTH ELECTED.  Buda Pest, Feb. 21. ���������The lower  liouse-of- the-Hungarian-Diet, today  elected Julius Justh, a member of  the Kossuth party, to be president  of the house. Justh, who was the  candidate of the united opposition,  secured a majority of G2 over the  candidate of the liberals.  o  NOT   RESIGNING.  London,   Feb.   21.���������In- reply  to    an  inquiry  the  Earl   of  Dudley,      Lord  Lieutenant      of  Ireland,   telegraphed  Iiom Dublin this morning as follows'  "There is no truth in the report that  I am resigning."  -..'. A LONG SENTENCE.  Manila, Feb,;21,���������Major Carrington  who was convicted of falsifying vouchers of the civil government to-the  amount of $1,500, was today sentenced to a term of sixty years and five  days' imprisonment. He was tried  on i five separate charges and the sentence on each charge was twelve  years and one day.  Major Carrington practically made  no defence nis attorneys simply raising technical points. The case will  be appealed to the "supreme court  of the Islands and if the decision  theie is adverse to the appellant., the  major will appeal to the supreme  court of the iJnited States, a-  ���������������������������o ���������  NEWLY FORMED  COMPANY  (Associated Press Despatches.)  Victoria, B. C, Feb. 21.���������(2 p.m.)  (.Special)���������It is reported tha^t, the-  Premier will make a stuteiiicnt regarding tho eight-hour sinelUng. bill  and will state that his go\eriinient  noes not I'm or the bill, it wil! un-  doubledly be defeated,  it is staled by Mr. lUwthuinthwaito  the father of this legislation, tha,t lu  will not consent to any propos.il to  hold the bill ovei the present session  with ������ view to the investigation ol  conditions healing upon the industry.  It will stand upon its merits with  the members as( a piece of private  legislation.  Regarding thc penalties clause m  the eight-hour bill (llawthointh-  waite's) there has been but little discussion as yet. It will certainly not  be pushed as a government measure,  and members will vole as they please  on Ihe subject.  It does not at this1 time     look    as  though it Could  lie enacted.  The consideration in executive and  caucas  of  the  various  projects  siijr-  gesled  to form parts of tho go\ern-  ment's railway policy continues daily.  Tic railway bills will lie laid before the house in advance "of the estimates, which may be tal.en to mean  that they will be forthcoming during  the present week.   It is stated in the  lobbies, that hut one northern road  .will (igure in thc governmental   programme,     this being the road from  ivitimaat.   Three alternatee proposals lor the building of the Coast-to-  lvootuiay road aie now being     considered,  and choice will  pro> auly  be  iimoe irom among them,   'ihe Prcmiea  lias     issued a pasrtive aim emphatic  ueiiiai oi liio si.i.v.n.i.1.1 .u Liii.uied to  nn. J. W.  Haskins in Ottawa     des  patches   that   the   provincial   goveui-  n.eni has promised   uLOUO  acies per.  mile, or any other subsidy in lands or  money, to that portion ol the proposed ii. C. Northern and Mackenzie Valley lauway     l)ing between Glenora  and Dease Lake.  . o-���������   Tokio, Feb. 21.���������Field Marshal Oy-  ama, reporting today says that a-  small infantry attaclc was made on  Fang, mountain on Feb. 20.���������, the  Russians shelled Lapatai on the  night of Feb.  IU., using heavy  guns.  St. Petersburg, Feb. 21.��������� it is officially announced that Grand Duke  Paul has been re-admitted to the  Russian army with his. former rank  of. Lieut. General, and aide-de-camp  general.  Local Improvement By-Law Reappears and Passes First  Reading  The city council had rather a long   the minister        repudiated, claiming  Have   Bought   Out   and Assumed Control of Hardware Store  Last night the Ledger was informed that the linn of E. Rolstou &,  Co., hardware merchants, had changed hands, the business and - stock  having been bought over by a number of local people. It was well  known that negotiations for a change  had been going ou for some time,  but it was not until yesterday that  ihe   business  was completed.  The company, which it is understood is,made up of a number of well  known business men, assumed control of the business yesterday, and.  as soon as the necessary legal preliminaries can be completed, it will  be incorporated. The services (A  Mr.   Rnbt.   Rolstou  will   be retained,  )(to manage the business.  ( In the past Rolston's stare has received a iibevaj patronage from the  Ladysmith public, and all who have  done business with the firm have received entire satisfaction. There is  no doubt, that now the business has  changed hands, with the above capable management, its prospects arj  very bright, for the store will be  run on a purely business basis that  is bound to give universal satisfaction.  session last evening' and a consider-;  able amount of business was transacted. There were present mayor  Colnirii, Alueimen Blair, Beveruige,  uryden, Ha worth, Is'lclioison and Ma.  lone. <  '1 hree communications were received from elecuic lighting companies  asking lor information respecting the  proposed installntioii of a plant, m  tins city in order that they might  make bids. The letters were filed and  the clerk instructed to forward the  luloimation.  The fame of Ladys.mth for her  stumps seems to have spread to  Vancouver, for a letter vvas recened  irom a firm ot that crty offering for  Mile the Hercules Stump J������xillei-, an  instrument of wide renown and recommended as being incomparable for  -.tump extracting- As the council is  not at present -sufficiintly magnanimous to clear the stumps for pioper-  ty holders- lots, it was decided not  to accept thc offer. The letter was  filed.  Dr. (J. J. Fagan, the Provincial  health officer, wrote requesting the  council to forward to the health department the municipal health officer's report for the year 1004. The  request wa.s grautod.  Another letter  was  received   from  Di. Fagan, who wrote at the request  of the Canadian Society for the prevention  of consumption, enclosing   a.  couple of petitions asking'the council  to sign them. One was to the Dominion Parliament and   the other to  the  Provincial Legislature,   praying     the.  governments to take steps to establish a hospital  in this  province    for  consumptive people.   It  was  decided  to grant the request of the Society  and forward the signed petitions   to  ths Health Department.  The committee appointed to interview the government last week     on  various subjects  made the following  report, which was accepted,  it being  considered most satisfactory-  Wc, the committee appointed by you  to interview the government on several matters pertaining to  the   best  interests of our town,  beg leave to  report  as  follows:  On our way to Victoria it was arranged to- act in conjunction with the  school trustees, and Mr. H. Carroll;  presented th2 claims that the schools  of this place-had on the government,  which were very ably supported by  our member, Mr. Parker Williams.  The unfinished state of the schools,'  the necessity for drainage, the pressing need  of a concrets floor  hi   thc  basement,     were     all very strongly  pressed and intelligently brought    to  the  notice of the Hon.  Mr.   Fulton  and Mr. Robertsmi, and the estimat.  ed cost of such  improvements     was  placed at .$f),000.00  Although no definite promise was  intended/the general impression prevailed that something substantial'  would he forthcoming. <������i  The question of a road leading to  Ihe public wharf was next taken up  by the Mayor and Aldermen Uryden  and Beveri'ilfie with the Ron. Finance  Minist?r. It vvas pointed out that as  this proposed road; wasi outside the  city limits the city council had no  authority  to construct  the same.  As we were not in a position to  know where the proposed road would  be located, we were not able to give  either the distance ������������r the estimated  cost. The Finance "Minister thought  that as the Dominion government had  built the wharf, they should al-:o have  completed the approadi. This, we  explained,  would  be  done.  The -mattor was then W in <'"'  hands of the department to deal  with.  The claim wns next n-.ni'c f..r an appropriation   for  the  streets   in       th"  city,   and   in   an able  sreech,       was  slronglv  supported  by  our  member,  ho pointing nut thc pressing need for  such assistance, eitiiisr as a claim   tho  large     amount  of  roveni'e col Iced nl  h-nni the town for the last four years  College,  Pope Pius  X, has expressed j ^ ^ !nr        ratiorii wl,ile ���������ot  his intention  to appoint new   cardiu-j '  ISLAND  RAILWAY,  The Colonist of today, rays-  "An important meeting ,of the coun  cil of the board of trade will be held  at  11  a'clock  this morning  for     the  -purpose  of  considering  a new    phase  of events which has arisen respecting  the proposed extension of the E.    &  X.   railway   to the  north   end   of   the  island.    Resolutions   will   no     doubt  be passed  urging  the  provincial government     lo  include    in  the    forthcoming  railway legislation   a    measure  looking   to  lhe consummation  of  this  much  desired  project.  . o   ABANDON' THE  RISK.  Sail Francisco, Val., Feb. 21���������Thc  British steamer Brinkburn, Capt. Peters, which left here recently with  a large cargo of supplies for Vla-  divoslock, has returned here from  Victoria, B.C. Her owners in Loudon decided to abandon the attempt  i ho take the Brinkburn through the  Japanese blockade at Vladivostock,  and Capt. . Peters was ordered to  bring' his ship to this port, and dis-  cl'iarge her cargo.   o ���������  TO APPOINT  NEW CARDINALS  (Associated Press Despatches.)  that  there   weie many     towns      ia  British   Columbia   in  a similar   position,  and  that if a grunt was made  to one for tins purpose, all were entitled   to the same.   The claim   was  then      made      that  the government  should sustain the main  trunk road,  First  Avenue,  through  the city.     A  note was made of this by the minis-  ter   and we have good reason to   expect that a grant will be given    for)  this purpose.  , These ui.it/ters have already     been  lefened      to   the  government  agent  licie, Mi.  Geo   Thompson,  for a special  rcpoit  thereon.  The   principal   question   for   which'  the committee  was appointed     was c  next taken  up  with  (he Hon.  Attorney-General,   Hint of passing an   act  authcu'i/iiiir the council to dispose   of  the Market 'Squrjre.    After a full explanation by the committee, showing  the advantage it would  be to the citizens, and the impossibility of making any use of it as a park owing to  the hilly and  uneven surface of   the  ground,  Mi    Wilson very kindly consented to have a bill drafted and introduced   as   a government   measure,  explaining at the same  Lime the necessity .that it should be so introduced    Theie  is     only one point that  could-possibly be of any hindrance to  the passage of the act, and which we  do not doubt could  be very readily  oveLcome.  We fell sure that we would not be  doing justice to our member and Mir.  Ilavvtliotnthvvait, >f we did not mention the ialuablo assistance they ren-  dcied us and the very courteous manner we were received by them and introduced to the several members.  The matter   of a wagon road     to  the Maru'ba and the Jubilee mineral  claims, which are situated behind the  town,  was discussed at some length  with     Members  Williams and Waw-  thornwait and it w*as finally decided  to have a joint committee representing these claims and the council     to  wait on  the government at a later  date and press for a grant to '   construct a wagon road to this part of  the country.  This closed the business with the  fe'ivcrrrm'cnt, having- occupied the  greater part of thc afternoon.  The Mayor  and  Aid.  Brydeb then  had   an   interview With  Mr.  Mohen,  the government engineer,  with refer-  ! encc to the sewerage ol" the city. Af-  ! I.cr some     discussion it was agreed  that  if we  would forward the    city  plans  and  profiles  he ^would give   an  estimate, of  the cost,  prepare plans  and  recommend     a sewerage system,  suitable Tor  this  town.  This is  being  done  and  just  as  soon  as  this esti-"  unite   is  received   it  will   be  laidhe-  foreyou.  Respectfully submitted,  ."JOHN  W.  COBURN.  WI LLTAM   BEXERIDGE  ALEX. BRYDF.N.  Rome,   Feb.   21.���������As   there  vacancies  at  present in   the  are nine  Sacred  als at the next consistory. It is  probable that thc now cardinalates  will goto Great Britain or the United States.  a cent had Veen expended on He  streets. T-Te n>o took as a prec?don1  tho town of Wellington, to which  such grants     hnd been made.     This  Aid.   Blair  staled  that  a consider-'  able  amount   of  work   was  necessary  on   the   local   cemetery,   and  thought  lhat the sum of forty dollars, at present in the ceineteiy treasury, should  In- used for the purpose.    It was even  tually   decided   after  considerable discussion to let the matter stand over  for one week and in the meantime the  cemetery committee arc to   see what  work   is really  necessary and  report  at   the  next  mooting.  The sa'iilary   inspector reported  that  he  had  had   the  manure piles  which  were   causing   a nuisance   removed.  The chairman of the street committ  loo was authorized to temporarily re  iair a drain  that was in  a bad state  (,n   First  Avenue.  The      Revenue  Tax- by-law,  which  vvas  introduced  by  Aid. Blnir     last  week and read a first, time, passed into a committee of  the whole,     Aid.  Bryden  in  the chair.   No.  1  was the  only  clause      amended,   and  tli2 hill  passed as     read. Tbo looal improve,  nicnf  by-law was  introduced hy  Aid.  Ihwo'ih and rend a first time-  No  a^ "licit ions  had been  receiver!  for the position of city solicitor, and  eonso'tuonl'  ho Mayor wns authorised  to interview  a solicitor and ascer-  ( Continued  on Page Four.J THE IADYSMITH LEDGER
Published   every day except Sunday.
and French Street.
Office corner of First Avenue
50 cents  a month;    $5  per year   in
advance.     Advertising rates  on ap.
The consideration of the local Improvement By-law by the Council and
its passing the first rca.li.iR last
���H,l indicates that a much i.ec.leil
by!UlW will, in lhe course oi a short
time,   he.  finally   passed.
The hill will,he published in mil _
iu the Ledger as soon as a copy of ,
it, can he obtained, and we believe,
the People generally will entirely
agl-ec will, lhe Council that such a
;,y-hiw is impciativcly needed. The
proposed by-law is carefully |iir|M.cl
and has been faithfully diseased l-y
the members or the council. IL ^'H
do ..uich toward iiiM>rovmu; st-erts
and bidewalks, for if a properly c wiser wishes, under its provisions, (o
go on and improve the street i-> f-< ut
of his residence or place or i.us.ress,
il is only necessary to work in conjunction with thc aiilhoruu.s m older that all work may he fyslun .liv
cd and the city will pay a p.u'j c: H'C
expenditures I'or such imprcnemenl.s
as   is  thought equal  and   iu->~ -*f
Course, it means that if a nian < *��n-
m'g property on a principal meel
where there is much (.ravel bui'ih ,i
.sidewalk he will he entitled '...��� rvcie
in lhe way of assistance from the
city than will-one wiio '.-mids -in-h a
walk where it, accommodates bin lew
oui side '��r himself. It ma��' . ' '���)���'
easy to salisty all pai ties as to tie
proper amounts each should yuy, 1 ut
generally speaking there vili i e i:o
difficulty in arranging on a fi r iji'-.h.
Of the present council it is o-i'.v
fo'r to say the mayor and lucinbers
arc a hardworkilrg, cncrge'.ic and
conscientious body. They are en U\i\"
or ing to bring albout improve n^nts
as fast as it is possible so to do, ; nd
not incur expense that our unn.ii :i:il
conditions wiil not warrant.
An important step will have been
taken  with the passage of the Lo. al
���Improvement By-law,��� which  will'undoubtedly become, a law shortly.
;     : o	
E.  F. CLARKE, M.P.,  ILL.
NEW CirOP���
Home Grown &.   Importe
For Spring planting.    Eastern prices
or less.-   Catalogue free.
3010  Westminster  Road.  Vancouver.
W.G. Fraser
Merchant   Tailor,
(ist Avenue)
Fall   .Stock Just  Arrived.    Call  early
i and i.y.1 your pick of the largest and best
stock in town.
O. E.     :���:        :-:        .:���:        Vj
Meets in the Opera House 1st and
drd  Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy
President,  B   Forcimnier;     Worthy
Secretary,  C. IL  Rummings.
Persons found using our Patent
Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,
will  be prosecuted.
Pioneer Soda Water Works.
Ladysmith,  B.C.
Renal     Dock Street, Grimsby, literally  r-in red  with  pet   wine     re.
(���entry.    A hogshead of wine was being     dcli-e'rcd     at the Royal Hotel,
when the tackle broke,  and the bar.
)el,  falling heavily,  burst, arid  ponied      its     contents  in  a red gurgling
stream over the roadway. Immediately the accident  was. percehed crowds
of laborors and loafers  from the ad-
-oining docks ruslod to the spot. a-ul
damming the tide with heaps of dust,
One block from C.P.R. Depot    and c0]lst.nicto(l a n00i,,  irom which th y
steamboat  wharves.    Newly renovat-   fine(i  bottles,  nlugs, and tins.    O: e
ed  and      re-niodalled.    Rates   $2  per   loafer,   with   tho aid   of a con.iens. 1
day.   Corner Qranville and Hastings  imik can picked from the roa i   man-
J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.) i
streets. Telephone, 1-4.
Nanaimo     - Ladysmith
The   P.SPLANADK    between  the
Gravel and Abbottsiord,
William Powkrs, Prop.'
The City Market
R. William sou, Prop.,
1st Ave,     Ladysmith
The Lad yam it h
Opera House
Charlie IDtann
Sc Conipany
Cliailes Duno, of thc above (inn, visits Ladysmith pyexy Sunday for the
purpose of  taking measurements and    seeing customers    personally,    May
i be seen  at the   Hotels.     Wc guarantee all  stock and a perfect nt at
iowest  possible  rales.      Hand  made     suits from  $15.00 up.
13  Store  Street,   Coiner  (iormor ant street, VICTORIA,  B. C.
(Associated Press Despatches.)
Toronto,  Feb.  21.���E.   F.     Clarke,
M. P., is critically ill with pneumonia.     His  friends  are alarmed.
Today  the manufacturers   of     the
Big Horn   brand of overalls,  shirts,
fete,     aro      delivering to all of tlie
houses   in   Ladysmith   a well   gotten
up advertisement oi their  goods  anil
a description  of their  manufacturing
methods.    The advertisement will  be
found  of interest.    As  first  in     the
field  in home 'manufacturing and  employing white labor exclusively,  the
firm of Turner Heel on & Co. a,re entitled     to      consideration.   The  firm
claims to manufacture the best goods
on  the      market  and   at   the fairest
prices. If their     claims axe correct,
they should receive a good  pafcromr.c
If you are not familiar with r.hc IIig
Horn brand of goods  try a shirt     or
pair of overalls, and  if the goods are
what is claimed for  them  c;ivc     ihe
factory  which   is  employing  half     a
hundred girls  and  young  women    in
"Victoria the benefit of vour irai
BrackmanKer  Milling Co., Ltd
aged to drin'c himself into a state of
intoxication in less tharr twenty min.
utcs,  and had  to he assisted away.
Others succeeded in fining bottles and
jugs,  and qctling a large supply     "f
the li ;i'or.	
This  week  Dr.   West will do denial
work in Ladysmith, opening his ollice
in     the post-office block on Monday
morning.      Make engagements early.
You can get your dental work    done
at prices that you can afford to pay.
"No,   she  is  not   pretty,"  said     a
man,   speaking   of  a   girl  he     knew,
but she is always so fresh and dainty and we'i groomed, you know, that
she is mighty     good lo look upon."
Which,  of course, is the scpret of at-
traptiveness      in      a nutshell���to  be
good   to look upon..     If nature    nas
denied   agiil   that   indescribable combination  which  means  beauty,  it.   is
still  within     her own power lo    be
good to look upon,     It means    care
in  every detail of her  personal     appearance,       One     large item of this
  care  is indirect, and  begins  long before the actual daily toilette is made
Can be secured for Theatrical pur-   Most.important is it that belongings
shall be pioperly looked after. A
mussy dress belt, collar, gloves or
shoes spoil the effect of even carefully kept hair, teeth, hands am! the
rust. Dresses slould never be hung
in Ihe close!, as nothing so quickly
destroys tle'.r shape, but should be
laid oul on broad shelves. It is an
inexpei >.ive and i-asy mailer to convert pai I f>! a hanging closet into .
laying closil, and I locks are much
better preset veil. This applies to
skirts anil bodies of thin material.
Oilier bodices may be suspended ou
hangeis, upon which they should be
carefully adjusted to keep their shape
"Much better than "the iise of any li-
iiujd pci lummy are lhe little sachets
ol orirs or violet which are attached
lo tin: diess Ijniugs. On the shelves
upon which , the gowns are laid,
should he long sheets of wadding sim
ilarly perfumed with sachet powder.
These sheets are fitted to all chiffonier drawers where lingerie is kept,
and are in lhat case best perfumed
.with lavender. On t lie. dressing table of a dainty girl is a white cover
which i.s lined with cotton wadding
THE in which is a geueious amount of 1 lu*
perfume powder
Too many girls walk abroad with
thp.legend of untidy rooms and carelessly kppt belpngfirgs written all
/iv.cr thern, II is well worth whi|p
in these matters to build pn gppd
poses,    Dancing     Parties, or Entertainments generally.
'For those who travel via
Passengers can leave Victoria     at
8 p.m. or 11 p.m!, and connect     at
Seattle with the Fast Mail, leaving
at 8:05 a.m.,  the Flyer,  leaving   at
.'-.# p.m.
Entire new equipment on each train
Through Palace Sleepers, Diners
(meals a la carte), Tourist and First-
Class Day Coaches.
For sleeper     reservations, folders,
rates and all information call on or
G.W.P.A., 75, Government, st
Seattle, Wash. Victoria. B.C.
��� .
���PHONE 66
W. MtT.vaiE, Secretary. John W. Cobj.-v, VI i i
The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.
MILLS " AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH���Shingles a Specialty.
��� Manufacturers    -of���
Rou^h and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,
Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.
Seasoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring    and   Finishing    Lumber  la    Stock.
It should be borne in mind that
every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and prepares the
system for the more serious diseases, among which are tlie two
greatest destroyers of human lifts,
pneumonia and consumption.
Cough Remedy
has vron its great popularity by its
prompt cures of this most common
ailment. It aid* expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens the
secretions, effecting a speedy and
permanent cure. , It counteracts
any tendency toward pneumonia.
- "Price 25c, Large Size 50c.    -
The Bank of British Columbia
I'i''i Up , $8,700,000
  3 500,000
Aifgrpzule rHSourceo exceeding , .,  91,000,000
Hon. Geo.  A.  Cox, President B,   E,   Walker,   General   Manager.
LONDON   OFFICE,   HO  LO Alr'ARI)  ST,   E,   C���
The Hank has LOO Brunches well   K in British  Columbia and the Yukon
including Che folio vindistributed  throughout  the Dominion
Trade Marks
Anyone sendlngasketch and doacrlptlqn inaj
Quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention Is probably pntentuble. Communications strictly confidential. Handbook on PatenU
lent free.-Oldest nuency for gecurlugpatenta.
Patents taken' through Munn 4 Co. recolve
tptcial notice, without charge, inthe .
Scientific JUnerkati.
A handsomely illustrated weelcly.   I.nrcest circulation of nny scientific Journal.   Terms, &3 ��
��� year: four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.36,Broadway- New Yorli
Branch Ofllce. IBS ��" St- Washington. V. V.
Work done properly and at right
prices. Shop and residence in rear
of Ladysmith Hotel.
J. E. S^ITH, prop.
and  elsewhere
Solicitor,  Etc.
Money   to  Loan
st Avenue    -   -    -     LADYSMITh
Daily, except Sunday, between Nanaimo and Vancouver, leaving Nanaimo at 7 a.m., and Vancouver alter
arrival of C.P.R. train No. 1 or 1
For  information  regarding freight
and passenger rates apply to purser
on board.
Traffic Manager, Victoria, B. C.
Repairing and  making to order   a
1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.
! \ WSON
-    "       EAST
WHITE   HO  "-
Brunches in the LTui-.-������ S'atea
Every description of hanking husi ness transacted.   Letters of credit on I    ^'e W*N treat you right.
any pari, of (.he world.
Only  First  Class  Meats are    supplied our Customers.
We train your
brains- to increase ycur'income. It is not
hard to obtain a
���_4T larger salary when yon.
jjp know enough to be worth
it. Thousands have already
\ doubled or lar��oIy increase*'
their salaries by following our
plan. ' We can vhchi yo.:
qualify at home, in cpart
time, and at small expense
for any of the followm^.
Mechanical, Electrics!, Stesm,  Chll,   <������
Mining Engineer; Dratoar; Architect; Boo'
koeper;  Stenographer; Chow-Card Wi'l'v
Window Dibsss,-; cr Ad Writer.
Writo TODAY, Htntinr.; \��*ii��hpaction iuierosld you; to
Correspondence Schools
Box 799, SCRANT0N, PA.     ^
Oil CiLL ON OCR 10CAL ItliPBKSKSTi'riVBl    ^
Ladysmith Temple No. 5 Rathbone
ngs Ban k Department.
Deposits of one dollar f r 1.00) and   upwards received and interest allowed at
current      rates.      Depositors  are   subjected to no delay in depositing   or Sisters  meets  in the Oddfellow's hall
withdrawing  funds. ^ 2nfl  apd  4th Tuesday  at 7.30  p.  m.
W.   A.   CORNWALL,   Manager. w%   K^ ^^ ^^^
Usual  subjects  taught;   also      languages,  drawing  in  pencil and crayons,  paint ng  in oils and  water  colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons gir-
en in classes or individually.
MISS  BERTRAM,      _;
Ladysmi-th, p. C.
Esquimalt  & Nanaimo Railway
Time TaBle No. 53,
Shawni��aa Lak��
.Duncans  ....   ....
Ar. Welliaston
Sat. Sua. Southb'd
and Wed.     -.  Arrive
P. M.     P. M.
    3:00     7:00
C:55 de 3:0i
Daily Arrive   Leave
A.M.   P. M. .
...     e:Otl2:06~Victaria 	
  li:2��10:4�� Shawnigan Lake
  11:0010:02 Duncan (.. .
        11:57  9:WN Ladysmith  	
.. ..    12:41 8:20 **amaimo 	
 12:S3Lv 3:00 Ar Wellington
Via Westholra. Stage. leaves daily except Sundays, connecting with North .*
and South bound trains., Double stage service Wednesdays fcnd Saturdays
connecting, .with  morning and. altera oon trains. . Fare from Victoria, Single '$2.40.    Return, $3.6t. '
Stage leaves Nanaimo Tuwdajrs and Fridays on arrival of train from.
Victoria.    Fare  from  Victoria',  sing le\$6.201    Return $��:��5.
Excursioi rates in affeette all points, good going Saturday and Sunday, returning k not later than Mond day	
������'-"-.-��� GE0   L. COURTENAY.
Traffic Manager.
'*^14>^^^!4^^P^*^^^!*n!��^��^^ K*e9ii**:**l&*:i^1^&K*!*^*ii^
| fiuiwil MiM|er.
Smelting Wbrlca at
Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea
Smelter Manager.
Confectionary of aU kinds.
Ordan Uk��n fori. Pastries to be delivered at auy tint*.,
Peneteiia Ladriuith Esplanade
Offeleria e pane di prima qualit*
sempre (resce. Pane -��� ciMu* . so*d*
rueo.. ,,;
6'rdini distrihuitl quel unqua parte
de|'paeie.'   ." .       ,'-���*<
Best accommodation for transient'
'and permanent boarders and lodgers.
Grand  hotei.
This new,Hotel has been comfortably furnished and tbe bar is up-to-
date. Rates $1.00' a day aud' upwards.
Esplanade :���: :���: :���: :���: Ladysmith
NeWly    furiiiiiked,    e>^f'yt.hi��fg   t|��p'
best, finely stocked bar.      Transient
rate; $1.00 pervdayi1   Menthly  rate,
*2iM    ';;"'-*'"���".���'!'������'.i*'i:-" "''���'';������
First Avenue . . . Ladysinith, B. C.
Everybody in Ladysmith knows we
carry, a first class line of goods. ���
*���"���* . w�� must' reduce our stock ���������
���-���>��� ef Men's and Boy's cloth *���*
*������*? ingi at once. Sanford's *������
?������* clothing'is well known. We *������
������* will.give 25 per cent off.
������* on regular rates unti, fur-
���������   ther notice   .
hand-made, guaranteed, and the celebrated. BIG-    HORN OVERALL on
sale.   ���'....
��� *
One Bollar Per Day.
Gooa Table, Goed Bed and Good Bat
(Half Block from Depot.)
8teVeni Block, Ladyemrth, B. C.
Dentistry in all its branches; every new
SAM PI,�� ROOMS ,-""'
^ |W:-.;,.    lei
-.,.    .........   :'.:?.://������{���'.- ���"\-;,V':-" T> "-  .^������5;!:1! -
Beet aeeoinodation ia town; ' Splendid hinting and fishing in near vicinity.
A. J.McMURTRIE, Preprlelbr     c LADYSMITH, B. C.
��� r :!;.;/.BATJEt; A KNIGHT,, Proprietor!.
First Avenue,      ?     v - Ladysmith
Best inpplied bar in Ladytmitb. Fineit aeeommodation for transient guests �����
well ����� for regular boarders;- Coinpletely refitted and furnished. Dining room
nd housekeeping in cbargeof Mrs. Tate.
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J3��i^��SCS'��;*'4<:'1*-V,^'!l-' ''' ��� V * *'���*���.���.*������''.' ^'- '-^V-SW1* *u1l\*v*v*ilV <��v-<* -������-4-  LAD YSM3TH LErGER  &PmA,B.������  CHARACTER SKETCH  OF THE CZAR  CRYSTAL LAUNDRY  Theie appealed in the numbei of  the "Quaiteily Review" issued in  July last', a very lemarkable ailicle,  entitled "The_C/ai," by an anony-  'nious wntei, who gave a decidedly  unfavoiablc and even foi bidding- des-  cnption of the Russian Empeioi. As  v it was evident 1hat the author spoke  Iiom an lntim.ile knowledge of bis  subject,, his ai tide attiacted gieat  attention at the lime, it was then,  and has since been, widely quoted  In the Febiuaiy numbei of th.?  "National Review" lhe same authoi  publishes an ai title, called "An ju  tociacy at Woik," of which we luv,.  received advanced sheets, in which  be replies to v.iiious cntieisms n,is -  ed on the aeticlc in the "Quaiteily, '  and paints (he poiluilof the "C/ji  lii-iiioie sombie colois even then be-  foic  His chief point���������indeed (he sole  pojnt he makes���������is that the Czai is  alone icsponsible for what K.u.ia.  does, and will not take the advice 01  - guidance of anyone All icports  ���������lhat he is niled by this man 01 thai  aie lalse. lie is not only Aulou.il,  but Absolute Autociat.  Iu the beginning of the aiticle in  the "National Review" the uil'ioi  diaw.s a-distinc,tion between the J/.ai  as a family,man and the Czar .i-> Autocrat. In the foi met iclat'on, ' the  Czai is a dutiful son, a model 1 us-  band, and a tcndei father i'o ot  with his children, and to' bughten  their lives, he will foiego the dis-  'chaigc'of the clencal duties' of Ki'ng-  .ship.  What,   for  instance,  could  be   core  touching  01     sympathetic' than     the  pioluie���������which" courticis  draw  for us  , ��������� of  the dicad  autoci.it  of all     the  Russians anxiouslj  supoyntending the  details   of   Ihe  bathing  of his     little  -Hon, the Giand Duke Alexis, at     lhe  height   of the  diplomatic   storm lais-  e,'d  by the Norlh Sea incident'*  ' ) One      of the     most  striking   fads  about the C'/.n  is ins isolation which  Ms  like  that   of    ''Simon  Styhtcs on  ljis  jnilai,  01 "the e\-Dalai  Lama1    in  fys   nio'iastery "    "Theie  is not    one  iiiinister now in the Empeioi's Council   Ch.iinbei   stilhciently  magnetic   in  mannei   oi   da/.'/lmg in mind   to     fas-]  Leave orders with  BLAIR &  ADAM,   <���������****'"  shales lhe odium of their misdeeds  and pai ticipates in then lisks, despoils Aimenian schools arrd chuichcs,  sujipiess the nationality of the Poles  and keeps the Russians moie miserable than any foreign element ot  our population, we may drscuss hrs  motives, but we cannot question his  lesponsibility  Speaking of the unpreparedness   of  the Russians  foi   war,   the author of |NOTICE is  the aiticle ldates  the following anecdote.   "  "In June a foreign militaiy attache al the flout, asked one of oui  oITiceis. What was your depaitment  doing (lining the  twenty-seven yeais  All w0rk first-class at THE CHRY  STAL, VICTORIA.  NOTICE  SYNOPSIS OF REGULATIONS  FOR DISPOSAL OD MINERALS  ON DOMINION LANDS IN MANITOBA THE NORTHWEST TERi  RITORIES AND THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  egJl J.-  by I"  the J  poses  following     To  elect  Dircctois  and  other oflicers in the     place     of  those retiring, and tiansact anv other ordinary business of the. said ' i m-  pany.  Dated at Ladysmith this 9th day 0f  Februaiy,  1 03.        By oidei,  JAMES _FREEL.  Secretary of the aLove ���������Conip.mv.  heieby given that the  first ordinal y general  meeting      of  the Ladysmith lion and Stove Works'  Company, Limited, will be held     m  the office of Mr. Russell  Simpson, in  Ladysmith,  on Wednesday, the 22nd  of peace, if in the fifth month of the day of February, A 1) , 1905, at 1 30  wai  you and 1 come upon nearly    a o'clock in the afternoon, for the pur-  whole  legiincnt  matching * baiefoot ?  Where aie the soldieis' hoots' '  "In the pockets of Giand Duke X"  was the answei. * * * The  subiecl is unsavoury. One has but  lo1 lake any money scandal well en.  ough in oi del lo come upon a Grand  Duke at (lie loltom of it.  The  wnter states    that  the     law  which detlaies  that  civil  lights can-j  i,,!   be lost otherwise, than   by legal]  piocess has been made obsolete  the    Czar,      and- the liberty of  twenty years, also renewable.  The lessec-s right is eoafined to the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary toI'be fixed by its position on the  lstday of August in the year of th������  the date of the lease.  The- lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two years from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each-five rhiles within six years from  Coal-Coal lands may be purchased suth  date: Rental.  MOO per mile for  , ... .     ' ,4.       ,      , ������������������ Ithe first year     and $10 per mile for  at $10 per acre for soft coal^and $20  eath subsequent year. RP   ,  for anthracite.    Not more than  320   as placer mining,  acres can be acquired by one indivrd-l   Placer Min'infc in thc Yukoa Terri-  ual  or company. Royalty at  the rate tory-Creek,     gulch,    river and hill  of ten ccnts^per 2,000 pounds shall j claims shall not exceed 250 feet     in  be collected on thc gross output.       I general direction, of the creek or gulch  Persons  of eighteen  years    l^gth. measured on the base line or  same i  Pi ess  is ciicunisciibed   in   the  way.   -The article concludes:  As in the past, so in the present,  the, Czai. makes laws which he' "will  not respect; he convokes councils  whose advice he declines to follow,  he appoints ministcis whom he forbids to speak or act; substitutes' for  them favoiilcs to' whom'" in'turn lie"'  oflci.s adeafjcai, and is now .trying  almost alone lo loice oui whole "ia-  tion to bleed to death for himself  and a paiasile. hiood .of human blood  sutkcis Biit'hilhci our people will  piobably refuse to follow him. They  thithei. Yet he still insists with  Hie serenity of the somnambulist and  smile of the seer.  BKH  cinale  the will oi  sway the intellect  t pt his  Impel uil  maslei "  Such     men  ��������� as MM 's  PobiedonostelT,  Witte/  and  > Vi*n   Plehve  had  no  leal   influence hut,  lneie was an idea    that   they, ^weie  responsible     foi   what was done . in  the name of the C/.n.*  " The bomb which blew up von Plehve evploded      that idea,    and  pulled  down  with it   the pillais* of the sanc-  jliiaiy   in   which   at cnlical     periods  Hie  EmpeLoi might take lefiige   And  at piesent one     cannot   contemplate  Without   a tinge  of pain   the  sight of  jhc  slendor   figuie of the .self-complacent aulouat slanding ovci    against  jhc    elemental    foicc of a     seething  mass of men, oLwhoni all seem   dis--  tontenled, and piany A\e menacing  fl .iuccIs one like the sight oi a  ���������stons-deaf .man sauntering -cheerfully  along a railway line while the . express is rushing up behind him and  the onlooker can warn neither ' the  pedestrian nor tlie''"'''ciigihc-driVhi.  Since Plehvc's death 'the: word ������������������;" has  1 gone forth that Nicholas is Czai', the  Grand Dukes are his Viziers, and the  ministers".'' are hut the --.menials ��������� nf  bot,h..':    .. ���������������������������:-. . ;,: ;,   5"- ::-S.':;-  ''.('he Czar is his own master, and  is hiniself answerable for his:: men,  and measures, such being his ���������j.mpci-  ial will and pleasure.  If some of thc men are unclean  monsters���������Grand Ducal harpies���������who  rob the people of'their substance, and  "break the records" of vice and  crime without drawing down ... pun- :  isliment or provoking censure, he .who  tolerates shields, and befriends "them  IDENTIFIED  AS   ROBBERS.  (Associated Press  Despatches.)  Venial, Utah, Feb. 21 ��������� Alflbrt    L.  Caldwell  and   David   Fiaughtei, .who  aie held in  jail  heie on  a charge     of  giand     laiceny,   have been identified  as the Cody Bank lobbeis, for whom  theie   is  aiewaid    of live   thousand  dollars     Sheiiii Horton,   of     Carbon  Countv,  Wyoming,4 has  arrived   here  with  W.'L.  Wal*is," who^vas, an eye-  wi(qcs.s    |o the  kilhng  of the     bank  cashier'" , .Walts  positively  identified  Caldwell, as. the map  who rdul,    the  shooting  complice.  and   Fiaughtcr   ab'the    ac-  Baking Powder  saves Healt b  THE USE OF ROYAL BAKING  POWDER   IS   ESSENTIAL  TO  THE     HEALTHFULNESS    OF  -THE FAMILY FOOD.  Yeast ferments the food.  Alum baking powder* are Injurious.  ROYAL     BAKING      POWDER  8AVES    HEALTH.  Royal Baking Powder Co., New  York.  Any  Kind  of  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  Quartz-  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free n,.^ei's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  fne years, upon payment in ad vanes  $7.50 per annum for an individual, <  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company,according  to  capital.  A   free     miner,  having  discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  lame with   two legal  posts,  bearing  location  notices, one at each end   on  the one of the lode or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  PITHER &.LEISER  Importers and wholesale dealers in WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ETC.     Large stock always���������All     the leading brands.    We tupply the  principaf   hotels and Saloons' in  Ladysmith.  ORDERS SOLICITED.  PITHER& LEISER.VICTORIA, B. C  the width being from 1,000 to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250 feet square. :  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of, 1,000.feet in  length, and if the party consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no royally shall be  tliargen, the rest of the party ordinary claims only.  Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at the rate  of two arid phe-half per cent, "on tlje  value of the gold -'shipped  from     the  Yukon Territory to be paid to     the  Comptroller.       '''  %������*&***&4*6&&k&&4>������&&*������&&&&&94>%^������**$P*i>*i4k&****  .,,..., No free miner shall receive a grant  fifteen     days *f located within    ten   of more than one mining claim     on  miles of a mining recorder's olTiceronueaeh  separate river,  creek or gulch,  additional  day allowed  for every ad-'but the sanie miner may hold     any  ditional ten miles or fraction.   The   number of claims by purchase,     ami  fee for recording a claim is $5. [free miners may work their claims in  At     least $100 must be expended   partnership by filing notice and pay-  upon  the claim each year or paid  to .'ng a fee of $2.00.    A claim may    be  the mining recorder ins.lieu  thereof,  fabandoned and another obtained    on  When $500 has  been expended or paid j the same creek,* gulch or river by giv-  the locator may, upon .having a sur- ing notice and paying a fee  Union  Brewing  9  NANAIMO,   B. C.  Jlanufacturers of the.  BEST BEER  In British Columbia  ���������Mrlrlrl ���������HrlrJrt4r4?+i������l.Jr>b'tr1rle  Work must be done on a claim each  year to the v^lue of at least $200.  A certificate that work has been  done must be oiteined each year;     if  vey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase the land  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be, granted by the  Minister   of     the Interior  to   locate J not, the claim )itali be deemed to   be  claims containing iron and mica, also abandoned,  and    open  to occupation  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an and entry by a free miner,  area not exceeding 160 acres. The boundaries of a claim may   be  The "* patent for a mining location defined absolutely by having a survey  shall provide for the payment of a made and publishing notices in the  Royalty of 2* per cent, of thc sales   YuKon official Gazette.  Lager Beer and} Porter Guaranteed Brewed  from thei Best Canadian Malt rnn Hops.  At  THE  Office  On 1st Avenue  All Work   Done at  Reasonable Rates  Western flade For Western flen  HORN  UNION MADE  SHIRTS  OVERALLS  IG HORN  BRAND  SOLD AT  LEADING  STORES IN  LADYSMITH  of the products of the location.  Placer Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T., excepting the Yukon Territory���������Placer mining claims_genera,lly  are 100 square, entry fee, $5, -enew-  ablp yearly. On tfte North Saskatchewan River claims are either bar  or bench, the former being ICO feet  long and extending between high and  low water" mark. The latter includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill or bank, but not exceeding 1,008 feet. Where steam power is used ^ claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.  Dredging in the rivers ot Manitoba  and the N.W T , excepting the Yukon  Terntory���������A fiee miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable in  thc discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's rig^t is confined to the  submerged; bed  or" bars of the rivet  below low water mark, and  subject  to the lights of all peisons who have,  or who may receive, entries for bar  diggings or  bench claims, except on  thc Saskatchewan   River,   where   the  lessee may drcgde to high water mark)  on each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five; miles,  but where a person or cp,mpany has  'oibijaifled more than ones.-lea's.e one  dredge for eacft fifteen miles or fraction ig sufficient. Rental, $10 per  annum for each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate of 2J per cent,  collected ou the output after it exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a Tree miner for a term of  Petroleum���������Ail   una_pprppriated   Dominion lands in;Manitoba, thc Northwest Territories, and within the Yukon Territory are open to prosepct-  mg fqr petroleum,  and the Minister  may reserve for an individual or company having machinery on the land  to  be prospected,' an area of 640 acres.       "  V  Should the prospector discover oil  in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area  not exceeding (340 acres, including the  oil well and such other land as may  lie determined, will'be sold to the discoverer: at .the rate of $1.00 -an acre,  subject to royalty at such rate as may  be specified   by order-in-council.  Department of the Interior,  Ottawa, February, 1904;,  -\    . W. CORY  Deputy Minister ot the Interior.  TEN DOLLARS REWARD.  The Union Brewing Company will pay $i0 reward for information  which will lead te������the arreet andfconviction any person or pereona  destroying Union Brewing Company's kegs or botfres, or failing to return the same.  f������l������������#������?#*)������������������*������*������������*������*#4vT<>������rv$lvftirr1fi??������?^^  <**  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made'to-order and Repaired at short notice.     Drill Sharpened   y  aa  alwaysgives satisfaction*    Picks handled and repaired."  Sriipsmittiing  in  all its Branches.  Horseshoers and General Blacksmiths.  David Murray  Buller Street   -    -    -   - l^adysrriitri, B. C  Plans, Specifications and Details furnished for all kinds  of work in the CARPENTER  Line  C.  B.  ROBELEE,   Carpenter  and Joiner,     2nd ave, Ladysmith,  B.  C.'  ���������    ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  LADYSMITH WALL PAPER  "  DEPOT.  Dealers in  WALL     PAPERS,  PAINTS,  OILS,  VARNISHES, Plain and Fancy  Glass Pictures, Frames.  Harry Kay  ^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^������������������^���������^������  *  | Delivered in Any Part of th City  EveryAfternoon  9  WE   NEVER   SLEEP  BUT ARE ALWAYS ON THE LO OKOUT FOR THE BEST MEATS  IN THE MARKETS.  WE ARE NOW BRINGING OUR CATTLE FROM EAST OF THE  ROCKIES. YOU WILL GET THE BEST IF YOU BUY FROM US.  PAN NELL   &   PLASKETT  STFVENS BLOCK,; GATACRE  STREET, LADYSrilTH, B r;  *��������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������-������+-*��������� + ���������������������������>���������++������������������,  \x  LADYSMITH TRANSFER CO. ^  PIANOS, ORGANS AND HOUSEHOLD   FURNITURE   MOVED  PROMPTLY AND SAFELY  Stables iiTreai of ladysmith Hotel.. Leave orders at the Abbottslord.  WILLIAMS   AND   WASKETT  ������������������+���������������������������������������������������:��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������*������������������+���������������������������> ��������������������������������������������������������� I  The Daily Ledger  H  REGISTERED  GIVE  THE   BIG   HORN   BRAND   A      TRIAL.     THE  GOODS  ARE MAD   E  IN VICTORIA  AND BY -WHITE  LABOR ONLY.     EVERY GARMENT  IS  WELL MADE OF GOOD MATERIAL AND IS SOLD AS  CIIEAp  AS THE CHEAPEST, *  *4������  50  Cents  per   /Wonth  *  It's  Money Saved Is Money Earned  Have you investigated  our February  Cut Price  Inducements?  a proposition in economy   and   well worth your while���������  HERE'S A SELECTION  Reat Eiderdown  Quilts, 5x6.     Sale Price   S4.00  Fine  French Cretonnes,  choice designs,  .now, a yard   40c  Art Sateens,    31 inches wide.   Sale Price, from   20c a yard  Brocades  and   Tapestries  from     70c to   $3.00 a yd.  LARD  H. W. SAUSAGE  (THE ONLY   KIND)  BLACK PUDDING  H.&W.  Special offerings in  UPHOLSTERED    FURNITURE.  -3-Picce      Suites,   Reception  Chairs, Couches, Divins, etc.  A fine selection of  DRESSING   TABLES  in Mahogany,   Oak .   and  Birds Eye Maple, at g7-eat_l  ly reduced prices.  CABINETS      and  all oddj  licccs at a great saving.  If you  are  furnishing,   it     will   pay you to come down and see us���������  If you do not have our Catalog ue, write us for one;   it's free.  FIRST AVENUE. BUTCHERS  VECTOR! A, B.C. r������H2**r;----rv *  ' v    .C'*7,.  THC  I*"-  LADYSMITH    DAILY  LEDGER  3S.  Tidr "mt till -I'trrrr  sac  i^Hd  LOCAL HEMS  A SNAP���������������. goocir English Piano by  a first-class maker  in  p rl    fc   order  E-*r   $100.00.   A  Mason  and  1-IaniHn  Organ for $125.00.        Apply  A- F.  OWEN,  Piano  Tuner Ahbotsford  Ilote^  GET YOUR PHOTOS TAKEN AT  THE ELITE STUDIO.  From now on until the 20 th of  Fehiuary we are giving special puces on ail our work. Cabinets fn>m  $2.00 per doz. It will he worth your  while to give us a call. Come caily  and avoid the rush.  BURROWS   &.  McCONNELL,  (Between Ward's Market and Blair &.  Adam.  LAST      CALL���������Only   a few   more  days to get Photos at halt-price. S5  Cabinets for $2.50 per do/..   Fricke &  SchnicU, Campbell's Corner, opposile  Europe Hotel. -It.  FOUND���������A sum of money. Apply to  Sid   Pcurcc,   llculle  <fc   Coin* any.  Mayor Planla. or Nanaimo, was m  town   this  liHii'nriig.!  Mr. Davis,'- or Nanaimo, parsed  through  (o  the capital  this moi'iiiig.  Mrs. Thos. Kiddie was a passenger  to Victoiia on tho morning train lu-  dav.  Miss Peele, of Vancouver, i:  ing   a few   clays   iu town,   the  of Mis. R.  .). Rowen  snpiul-  tiiic-sl  Ainsleys Magazine for  Knight's Book Store.   o   iClarch     at.  ARE  GOING  CAREI-T'TI.Y.  Vicloria  advices   of  today   do   not  indicate  anything   of a startling  nature.   The session promises to he   a  short one, and no radical changes of  any Kind will he. made.    No lav\s thai  will  iiiukc radical  changes in mines,  smelters, or factories will he passed.  Reasoning men  of either Lihcia.1    or  Conservative laitli do not. sre     any  thing lo be gamed by legislation that  will     put.   British   Coluijbia   on   tl;c  same  level,  so   far  as   the imestin������  public is concerned, as  in  New  /inland "or Australia. Any  bills  will  k-  caiefully discussed before passage anil  .no  matter by whom  introrlucid,  t1 lal  will  tend  to  I ring on  slri'es,   h clouts and withdrawal of capital   o   ODDFELLOWS   LODGE.  Grand Master Neelands, of the  Oddfellows', will pay his official visit to the lodges tomorrow evening.  The grand master is now making his  rounds of the various encampments  of the province and last night at  Victoiia was accorded a giand re ,cp-  tion.  The Oddfellows of this town aie  requested to linn out without fail  to welcome him be'e lo-moirow night  After the conclusion of the, business  customary at such occasion, a solid,  tune will be silent and refiesliincits  ���������seivccl.   o   LADIES'  HOCKEY.  A numbei of ladies have organized  a hockey club here, and at a meeting  held at Mrs. Macklin's last evening,  the  following officers  were elected'  President���������Mrs.  MacKlni.  Vice-l'iesidcnt���������Mrs.   Cohum.  Sceiclary���������Mrs.   Watson.  Capi.iiu���������Miss  Teague.  Vic-e Cajiiain���������Miss  Coburn.  Aiiogfllier about ',G Indies have  joined the'Club, which is to be l-ivuvii  as the Ladysmith Ladies' Hoc-Key  Club, and .nidging hy lhe enllmsiasm  ilisplaveil last evening the j hair will  be a total success. There aie al-  lcady se'.cial old plavets in the ilun  including the Misses Teague and  Cobiirn, whose services for the Nanaimo and Victoria teams respeclivc-  ly, have been the source of continual  praise and comment in the. papers of  the province. Many of the oilier  ladies also are good players, and it  i.s hoped thai lhe I pain will he in  good form for the first mulch with  the Nanaimo girls, which is cxpecied  to be played within llucc week's. The  ladies will turn out for tlie first  practice on   Friday   afternoon.  THAT .'ill, 000 000.  The erroneous and absolutely unauthorized report that has been going the rounds about the Chemainus  Lumber Company having contracted  to supply Manitoba with thrty million feet of lumber during the coming season, has reached the East and  is being used to counteract thc strong  efforts heirrg made by the millmen of  Canada 1o secure a restrictive tariff on American lumber. The Che-  maious mill people are at a loss to  Know just how the story was started. The only foundation for it being the reception of a very few small  orders.   o   SPORTS  BASKETBALL/  The Ladysmith Seniors have decided to accept a challenge recently  iceeived fiom the Clovcrdales, ot  Victoria, signed hy the manager, Mr.  Hancock, for the championship,* of  Vancouver Island.  The Clovcrdales have an excellent  record, they having played eight  games, out which they have von  seven. Ladysinilh is sure to make  a hard struggle for the championship  and the lirst match will probably he  played hcie on Saturday next.   o   The City  Fathers of Toionlo, Canada,   have set     apart some $200,0,10  foi  free skating     rinks and    bowling  "gieeiis,   and   still   they   tell   us     that  our  Canadian cousins  are behiod the  times.���������Portland   Journal.  BILLIARDS.  A   billiard    tournament  for  a  gold  medal is being arranged for this city  at  the Portland hold  shortly.     All  those who are interested in the aTair  aie requested  to  meet at lhe above  hotel nc\t Thursday evening.  Ralph Rose, the giant weight'thro-v  er, has decided to become a    student'  al   Cornell   I niveisily.     He will     he  admitted at   Ithaca, provided his credentials fiom the University of Michigan arc satisfactory.    Rose has se-v  eial  fiiends     at   Cornell,  where     he  wishes  Io keep up his\ithlci,ic career  If he goes these, he cannot represent  Cornell  in  lhe inter collegiate championships until Ifflfi.  "'vrrnr  There is a good deal of comn ent  going on in sporting circles about  Frank Goli,h and his ambition that  was only a short time ago, supposed  to he onlv advertising tal'c It does  not soi nd like fiotth to VetaU-ing  -ri/e fighting Last March, Rhile at  Vancom-ei nflorhs match with Chief  Two Feathers Gotcji slated lo the  wtiler that he was- sick of the wrest  ling game, and was going to give up  athletics  altogether,   as   the hie    he  had to lead was a very careful    one  to keep himself in good condition. He  stated that he had a couple of- good  farms back in Iowa and was going in  for farming and stockraising, after a  few more matches.    He is now    uu-  disputably      the  champion   catch-as-  catch-ean wrestler of America,     and  probably of the world, hut evidently  as he finds wrestling easy, he aspires  to boxing championship.   The following account     of a match he had on  with a well Known heavyweight boxer is of interest as indicating     the  possibilities with Gotch  in the ring.  The aliair took place in Buffalo    re-  centlyj  . It was a try-out for Gotch, "before  about fifty members and sonic friends  but in the fifth round Gotch Knocked  Williams down so hard that he could  not respond  for the call of time for  the     sixth  round.    Instructor Jack  lllrcigcr,'    who referced  the  match,  stepped in and stopped it.   'I he bout  wus   a most   favorable  try-out.       for  Gotch.   Williams  is  said  to      have  fought several battles in Canada,. He  is  taller  than  Gotch  and outweight  him lii'lccn  j onruls  Gotch hits a powerful punch with  either hand. The bout had only gone  three rounds when it became apparent tha,t unless Gotch let up Williams could not last. Frank was put  ting irr body punches und getting  away without a return that was gradually wearing Williams down. The  fourth round was   the better.  The two big fellows went in.    and  mixed it from gong to gong.   When  ���������he fifth round began Gotch went in  after Williams, wl.o was weak-.   The  boxers   were  breaking  from  a clinch  when  Gotch drove his  right to William's head.    Williams was knoc'ed  down, and in falling, injured his arm.  In   tho     opinion' of those who saw  Gotch in this try������out think he .s a  pretty   dangerous- man   for   anyho-iy  to tackle.  2oo Suits of this  Brand ot Clothing just passed  into Stock,  FA1RALL  BREWERY,   VICTORIA  Ass:  SILVER SPRING BREWERY, VIC-  TOIRA.  The enly Gesuiss Al* as* Stsut ia  British Columbia.  Sold by doz. quart bottles ot 2 d������z.  pint bottles.  THE BEST AND SWEETEST ALE  YOU CAN GET IN B. O.  Call at J. Balagno, Robert street.  Agent for both Breweries.  WANTED���������House to rent. One situated near Ledger office preferred.  Apply "K" Ledger office. 2t  All new spring patterns, "Made to Fit and  Fit to Wear."  flddier Bros.   Dealers la   Pianos and  Organs..���������  Ladysmith, B. C.  DELEGATION SUBMIT REPORT  (Continued From Page One.)  W.  STI.FT?  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  PELIVERY  rw  WORK PROMPTLY  Leave orders at the Ahbotsford.  tain what sum he wqbld be vvjlling  to do the legal work for the city for  the year, nnd report at thc r.e.\t  meeting.  Aid.  Haworth, chairman pf      the  stieet committee, was instructed    to  hartc a ditch constructed-on Gatacrc  , street,  to take away the water that  J is causing a nuisance  to  residents   in  that part of the town.  A petition signed by a large number  of residents asking the council to abolish an alleged _ disorderly house,  now being kept at the top of the  lull, was referred to the police commissioners, with- thc recommendation  lo abate the nuisance if possible.  Accounts amounting to J.21.35 were i  referred to the finance committee to  be paid if found correct. j  FROM $8.511 TO $IS  DRYSDALt-STEVENS  Co. tadysnith  BUSINESS COLLEGE  AT LADYSMITH. ,  Mr.     Norton   PriatK,' principal ���������!  Victoria Business College, has visit*  ed our city aad is desirous' of opea-  iag a branch college here.   If sufflcioat  pupils enroll a college will (M.epeaed  at once.     For informatioaaa --' to  branches taught, fees,, etc., apply ta  B. S. McDonald, Agent.  $500-CASH and $15 per month for one of the best  dwellings in town.  $225 CA3CI and $200 in   six or nine months, good  Cv/eUin j o 1 .Roberts Street.  $30C CASH for a good house and lot to be sold at once  $300 Cash and assume $400  mortgage for two of the  best building lots in town.  ��������� ���������'Other bargains. Call aad get particulars:  JOHN STlWART P. O. Bo* 268  b ire, Life and Accident Insurance, llonsy tp loan..   Notary Bu������M������.  NOTICE  1  To make ROOM for our Stock of  Spriiig and Summer Goods we are  having a 10 DAYS cash clearance  sale, when ALL ARTICLES in  our Dry Goods, Millinery and Boot  and Shoe departments will be sold  at Prices 15 to 50 per cent, less  than REGULAR Selling value.  All goods are marked in plain figures.  Bargains are being Offered. Come  and be convinced.  1     ���������  f | r '  SIMON LEISER KO Ltd.  GATACKB ST.  LADYSMITH  NORTHERN  PACIFIC  TICKET OFFICE  ���������"or.  Government  Victoria, II. O  and  Yatts  f-1>.,  3  Three  Trensoontinental  Trains Daily  3  Miss Nahoupe, who has a hoti.ee in  in this Issue, is said to be pai:tjpu-  iarly well qualified io instruct 'n flip  branches    she is advertising.      Her  terms for a course of lessons   ��������� seem  very reasonable.  The Height of Excellence  DEflONSTRATION  is over.  Lactomen  has been pronounced  A Great Success  It is sold BY US in  QUART and GALLON tins  Quart toe.  Gallon 35c.  W.T. HEDDLE   CO.  Popular  and   Argosy  Knight's  Hook Store.  for March at  -0-  ���������en.  hem  seu-  YF.NCiKANCE.  !1.��������� After  months'   imprisonment.  police     con it,  in   2lil  Williams* Block  Ladysmith  Particular Grocers.  Telephone 1.  A letter received by a resident  from Wisconsin, states that on Fell,  |.i it was .'hi below zero and snow  ,'. leel, on Ihe level and drifted over  I 'ie  toils oi fences.  London,  IciK'cd to six  at I lie "Vlubsiuii I louse  in default of finding a surety  to keep the pence, Lily Thornton, a.  girl hardly 17 years of age, hurled a  small brown loaf (one supplied to her  at Hallow-ay gaol for faoii) at the  Lord   Mayor. The   missile   luckily  struck a desk in front of his lordship  TAFFY!    TAFFY1  TAFFY!  COMF, AND SEF- OUR LINKS   OF  CANDIES   AND  CONFECTIONERY  ���������At���������  HAY. GRAIN AND  FARM PRODUCE  Orders  will  be delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the lowest possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, on the  Esplanade.  1st   *ivenue,  S BAKERY  ., Ladysmith  . ���������m-si'Mg-i-^ssg"^^  Very  Choice   Coldstream   Ranch  Russett Apples.  Simcoe Jams, 1 lb. and 51b.  Oranges, Sweet and Juicy  imw <miii luiiium i-i-fii  ��������� taTr*""**'-**"'1 -���������'**������'j*���������****m -iuim^mwii i. nm i-iMsijjuihiiiiiw iiim ii im hi torn iiiiw *��������� *winii**-*T*l  At Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  One of which is the famous "North  Coiist Limited," -Ride cn it always.  Il'p-lo-date Pullmmi and Ten rist  slcepeis < n all trains. Through tickets issued to .ill .paints KaJ.t and  South,-also Pullmrn ticl ots issued  and  berths reserved.  Only direct route to Yellowstone  Park. Cheap rates from all points  East! frotm Maircfci .1st to "Mix'yi doth^  Steamship tickets on sale to all  European points. Very low rate?  now in elVect. Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire. -  For  further  particulars call at the  om or phone No. 45C.  A. D* CARLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A.,  N.P., General  A Rem;  Portland,  Ore. Victoria,   B.C  The Kings Hotel is the only place  in Ladysmith that has on draught  Jelin Labatt's India Palt Ale. Call  around and sample it.  LESSONS. .     ��������� \  Lessor in fancy Work, embroidery,  etc.���������Miss Freda Nahoune will give  lessons to a limited number of scholars, -beginning on Tuesday," the 21st.  inst., from 9 to 12 a.m., and from  1 to l p.m.. Charges, S hours' lessons, 50 cents. Rooms at Mrs.' Hugo's, High Street. Miss Nahoune  has a stock of linen, silk and cushion  tops on hand.  J. PIERCY AND CO.  WHOLESALE DRYGOODS.  Victoria, B. C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrate*!  IRONCLAD BRAND  of  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  PANTS,  SHIRTS, ETC.  L  is found 1a a goetl eup of Coffee.    - We     have found the kind you  want and that is why we sell   so much.     We can give you fresh-  ground coffee while you wait,   at Sic, 36c, and 40c per pound. Also  1 A tins of Engtish Breakfas t Coffee wit 29 cents.-Condensed   and  Arbuckles' Coffee always on liana.  Telephone* 2-4.     All telephone'  orders earafullr attended    to.  St HPSM  CARLISLE    BLOCK  r,>,  *  ft  m  m  m  m  m  just mm  A full act *f gight-testiHlB ia-  stouatMts ol tns latest *a������tfc-  #*s. ^  IF YOU ARE TROUBLED W ITH MHADACHBI, OR IF YOUR  BYES TROUBLE YOU, CALL AND LMT US KXAMINB THSH  FREE OF CH A RGB. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.  B. Forcimmer  FIRST  WATCHMAKER. JEWELER, OPTICIAN  AVE., XXX  ft  *  Ui  M  LADYSMITH ������  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARLORS  HIGH STREET.  ���������s  :���������:���������: Best in the City :���������:���������j  H.O. MILES  Contractor and Builder  REPAIRING  of  all  kinds  promptly  attended to.     Shop on Gatacre    st.  EORQE YUEN  COP.VRIOMT  SMOKE THE   Havana  Filled-  and ''Province"  Ciffar;-  Merchant  Tailor  All kinds of clothing cleaned and  epaired.  Are You  Going- East  GRANITEWARE  GLASSWARE  AND BLUE AND WHITE WARE  Our Stock is very complete in the above  lines and prices right. We ask you to inspect our stock before buying,  Then be sure your tickets read  the  KT  Ti������  L  E. ROLSTON  J  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed, ami 9.t reasonable rates.  High St. Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  i  Thc only  line now  making    UNION  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with       ths  through    trains    from    the    Pacific  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHI-  CAGQ,    PMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete informatipn ask your i  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  ,  General Agent,  151 Yeeler Way, Seattle.  HOTEL  LADYSMITH  nATIi8-*l.������8     per     saf.      Flnsst  Wiaes, Liqusrs and Cigars.  Firftt Avenus, Lftdfsmith, B. 0.  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Kstti ?1.25 ard $1.50��������� a  p^rtabaito alUt������*Mboat laadinKiand  railway depoti.   EUctric ear* every five  ���������ilnuUi* to all )������������rla of   tke ciiy.   Bar,'  sad tablt Hpsxctllecl.  F.-BAYNES, ���������Proprietor,      ,-''  ABBOTT ST.,   VANCOUVER, Bjia


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