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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jan 31, 1906

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 <v,. ),:���������:-������������������-��������� .7   'x  .���������j  ta^_v-:  f ������.E8lSLATIVJEf ASSEMBLY *  -*1*****,  ^r^ -* m^ll  ^ -^islbL/Vfi ^ ,r  / <c  F������S 2- 190  <w  %  \^rOR!A,^_-^'  ������f  Ladysmith DailyXedger  VOL,.2  WEDNESDAY,  JAN.  31,  190G  PR7C  *.   '���������-'.  1<WT  STRIKE AT THE  TYEE MINE  I    Tiflis,  Jan.  I order,   tha  Encouraging Find at foe Local Smelt=  ef Ccmpany's Vancouver  Island Property ';  A New   Lease of Me to the WeU{JcLr���������  IN DISGRACE  Known Mount Sicker  Mine  -  Milling'men am! the public generally who have followed thc career of  tiie Tyee Copper Company, Limited,  will l:c pleased to. learn that while  crosscuttiiig south from llu main  shaft at the thousand-foot level,  three feet of low grade copper ore  has been run into, says thc Victoria  Colon'st. .      '  During  the past  two  weeks development has  been  carried' forward  at  thc thousand-foot     level of Hie Type  and a     cross-cut  has been run iin a  southerly direction,  result ing in s-tii-  kiiiff the ore,     iho first ever encountered-at depth.      Below the 300-foot  level   lhe   workings , have   followed ' u  barren    had,    and    General  Manaper  Ctannion t  Liivingfston  has  always cr-n  tended ,tliat  the vein had faulted and  would  be found  far in the south.    If  the ore   continues as well  a.s it 'has  started it' implies a new leasa of life  to    this    we 11-1 nown '   Mount Sic'er  proj erty.  Over the long-distance telephone  yesterday Mr. Livingston confirmed  the news of the strike, which he described its vefy encouraging.  The Tyee ships .about two thousand tons per month to the company's  smelter at Ladysmith. The general average of the ore treated . al  tlie smelter runs h\e per cent copper, $3 to' .$1 in gold, and three tf-  lour ounces silver, and carries25. ;t(>  35 per cent barium sulphite. in Uk  tipper levels portions of ihe ore bodies are richer in copper than other.'1  and permit     of a certain amount ol  piiiifi- has    yet been made of the now  find.  Editorially the'.'Colonist says: Our  readers will |,e pleased to learn that  ore has been struck on the thousand-  foot k-vel of tho Tyee mine at Mount  Sicker. The extent and value of  the find'cannot as yet be well defined.     .,   "  The significance of the discovery is  best  understood  by practical  mining  men   from. tuclfnct     that no ore had  pre*, iously'  hcciV''  found in  the Tyee  mine  below      the three-hundred  foot  lei el.      For  the past,  two. years   the  management'has been prospectiuc for  it, a"tl     the'    future of the mine, of  -oiirse, depended upon  their success.  Not only did-'the future of the. ��������� Tyee  depend    upon it, but to a yeiy' large  extent the future of the whole camp.  As-intimated,   ,it,;is impossible' to  ������ay what the:    new (iiul "mc-iiis,  hut  the fact    that ore has been found at  all at that '" depth gives, rise  to very  sanguine    hopes, ami     naturally the  management  feels elated at  what  is  regarded    us the good fortune of tlie  company,.     Should .the anticippiliions  be 'realized sis.,    to. available ore deposits it ' .mean's-tiiat the spirits j������  the, whole,^mining community will  be  revived,  and  will '.give new   hopes t0  those interesiried.''  The fact. ��������� that, ore had disappeared  at-.the three hundred foot lev*l, and  that efforts to, find it again had for  a long .time proved unavailing, placed a damper on the district', and Wad  a' paralyzing effect on mining op<-ra-  tions   generally.        In these circum-  31���������By    an      Imperial  government   orders    governor general   and  the  vice     governor  of ICutias  who   are     alleged    to  have  shown   weakness   and      incompetency  if not  actual  treason in  .'ith   tlie  revolutionists      at  to he   dismissed    in disgrace trum  the Imperial employ and  an  investigation  of    their     conduct  ha s    been    ordered        with  a   view  to   proceeding; against   them     on    a  charge   of  treason.      Advices     from  Lntius say    that    the  revolutionists  there have  not ilteen suppressed  "pi'Vy  have    been   driven from      the  railroad   line   to     tho       mountains,  and   it  i.s  hoped  to enclose  them    in  a   trap -between   the   troops   advancing-  from thc    seaboard and the   expedition  from Tiflis.     Troops     have  been   landed  all   along the        Black  sea.                         ...  o .  ���������  The "'ncrah! .says:���������Martin Wood-  burii has bought out- the Vnulome  bar     from     Mr.  Archie Drnniap,  the  TRIIN MECK  II  MIMED  Norfolv, Va., Janf 30���������A disastrous wreck occurred on the Sea  'board Air Line railway between  Hamlet,      S.     C.,    and Columb  ia,   S.   C, early   today,  ' by      which  four persons  are    ofliciaUy   reported  dead and   two  others are   said        to  liave been  killed.     Tve     wreck   was  between a   northbound   passenger and  an  extra  freight   train   .south   bouiad  frtiin iramlei.     Tlro.se   officially -;-e-  porled  dead arc:  A.  A.   SMI-U'CIC,  Tlamlet.  engineer.  ANDY WHITE Jramlet.  Two unknown railroad mail clerks.  np to Nanai-  A great'minihur went  mo at noon, to attend the funeral of  the late flfrs. -Smith.  ���������*��������� o���������-    ���������   ���������  NEW   MUSIC   MASTER  TERJE ViKEN HAS  NARROW ESCAPE)  Coming From  Frisco  She   Was Carried   Out   of Her|  Course By the Current Now  Running  SOUND    Of   BREAKERS    ON    SHORE:  Gave to Captain Warning of His Danger- A Mile From;  the Rocks on Which the Valencia !  Struck  change taking- place last night. Mar  tin is we'll known throughout bill's city, and district, .at one time being a  member of lhe   famous  Hornets,, the  many year rugby champions of B.  C.  lie  is j also, well     known  in -athletic I  circles, being prominent in, wrestling '  events as well as taking a keen inter-|  est i���������     almost every  line of   sport. '  As an advertisement elsewhere in  this issue will show, Mr. Frank, of  Asli-ton, a graduate of the Guild  Nail School of Mus*ic,and of Trinity College, London, England, h������is  taken up his residence in Ladysmi 1,11  He i.s al. present, the guest of Rev.  R. J. Bowen'. Mr. Ashlon is newly out from England, where lie had  great success as a music master, !-lnit  taken with (lie immigration fever  and    desiring to see the great west,  line ot   oiiui u. -1 ��������� . f,    , . ,  ,      ���������  Hp   will   bo .rai..i.,i  ���������     <i ���������    'hc lolil    ,1IS    ,l0inc a"  has for sonn  nc   win  ne assisted an  the work  by   ,=  time, been    teaching music in Winni-  in this  city, and between them  they J "^ ,w^re rhe a,S0 ^l wiUl ,?ar"  ' '-'ocloiigh's   famous   orchestra.      "Hop.v  Ci., Hardy,     wh0 is also well known  will  no doubt    draw a  fair .share of  The   S.   S.  Tirje Vikcn,     Captain ed slowly.        There was nothing to  Gu'lekscn,  which     arrived  here this tell that she was out of  her course  morning came within an ace of strik as  tlie soundings were as they would  ing  'on the     same rock on which the ha\e been off    Umatilla Reef if there  ill-fatedi    Valencia broke up.     Com-  was ncx    current running.        Had it  ing from San Francisco to this j>ort not been for the cautiousness on the  the Tirje    Vikcn was  caught in the   part of the Captain it is quite .prob-  samc strong  westerly current wiiHrch   able that ihe     ship wonild have been  Captain   Cutler  informed   the Ledger  dashed  on tlie  rocks.      She had been  yesterday     -is   now  running.      Capt.   taken miles out ofi her course -hy the  (Jiillelisoi),    who    lias gecn     ruiHifaig   ������urrent and     was rapidly being cai1-  fro,m Frisco to  Vancouver  Island for ' ried   'into the     rocks at a point Ins  four years agreed with Capt.  Cutlpr J tween     Cape     Bcale and Carmanah,  that     the     current is the strongest   but     fortunately     the sound  of;'the  1-nowii on     the coast /or years.      in ' breakers     on the     shore caught the  the thick fog the Tirje Viken steam- ' cars     of the     officers.     Discovering  their danger they,immediately turned  ojjt,_and steaming slowly got again*  in the course.     . The journey was^a-  slow one, and     the Tirge Viken ar-"  rived here considerably late.  Capt.      Artzen,    of ��������� the     Tellus,"|  which has been-     coasting here,  also'  speaks of the current as the strong-"^'  est    in his experience on the coast,'il  and both mariners agree'with Cap-^J  tain Cutler that it was undoubtedly.'.-J  the cause of the disaster to the Valencia   and both'    are of the opinion,  that    Captain Johnson cannot   ��������� foe;  justly blamed.       i" ..,,/  the public patronage.  ��������� o���������  Dan McLeod    Wins.  sorting. The new strike resembles1 stances tlie developments to follow  the ore found in lhe north' vein, of on tlie deep levels of the TyoC will  which it is believed to he a contimua-be followed with the greatest intcr-  tion, and , 'consists of clialcopyritoest.,; Needless to say it-is to he  enclosed in a matrix of quart?.' and hoped the antK'.ipatioiis of the mhn-  'baryte,    with some lime.     No ���������'s'am>- agenient may be fully realized.  mm  At.illlRY  mim  PEIPIE  WITH CiSTRO  over,' the 'climate did not suit his  health so he was obliged to give m>  his iiiiimcrous pupils and come further  wost. Considering/that- the-re Ms a  good opening for a music master  Mr. Ash ton aimo'iint'cs lhkt>t' he  will make tin's city his home and i.s  now prepared . to lake pupils. Mr.  Asliton is himself a first rale musician and now performs the duties af  organist at "the" Cifurelfof '"CJfglr.jid.  No doubt wlicn his merits become  known he will receive a fair share of  the patronage of llu: Ladysimilh  public. i  (Montreal   Star.)  DanMcI,eod - won  from Einil    Man  pas  at mixed  style wrestling at Sob  mei'L'arl  last  night.  Apollo and the new wonder, Alex.  Samson, champion of Sweden, went  six bouts of ton minutes each, to a  draw.  Among' thc preliminaries, Cote  and. IJaiiiboiilnml wrestled to a draw  and Montftirrand defeatetl St. Armor  after  a  Ihely  struggle.  Kvcryoiiu was anxious to see  Samson He came on with Ap.dle  previonstd (Vie McLocwI-Maiipns boul  and1 certainly \proved all that ���������: was  to-/he expected. He and ���������';���������'-'Appole  wrestled for one hour with- rests,  and (luring- t7ie entire ��������� time neither  had   the  other  in  danger.    Apollo re  celved   a  black eye  during  the    first      The toss  of the coin now   favored  bout;   otherwise  there   did  not   seem ,Mc������co(1> for   thc thiyd  rall> so     that  INTERNATIONAL BASKET-,  BALL MATCH  There will probaibly be a clargo game, and what is more who are de-  crowd at tlie Opera House tonight terminal not to let honors leave the  for there is every indication /that  the- basketball match  between  Lady-  THREE MORE  flOOIESME   -  itcon  Iu the third bout Dun had iiim.  iu .danger for two or three miiiutei  at a time and no one thought it  i-iossi-Wle that 'he could come out saf  ely. Nevertheless the fourth bout  was almost through before he suo-  cumbed. : Time 37 minutes HO seconds.  smith and Seattle will ")be one of the  most interesting games that the Ladysmi tli public have had a chance of  seeing for many a long day. Thc  visitors arc iliiringiiig with them a  good reputation and will find a  bunch of men wholare in goad shape  and     who know     liof.v    to play the  city.  ���������'Before "the    big  Intermediate gaitne  a local   match     will  contesting    teams     being  gades and Allcomers.  .Nobody.     should    lose    a chance of  seeing the game of the reason.  Play    starts   at  7.30  sharp.     Admission 25 cents.  I  Victoria,-,    Jan..   31.  JVELL5 5TORY OF  HIS ESCAPE  (Special^^  be played   the  Captain   Smith,      who    went up'the f  ���������.    '��������� .    coast on the Tug Lome, landed with*'  j<ire Bri- ^..������  Indians at' tlie scene of the wreck, of ,-|  tlie    Valencia,     and i>ecovered three1  bodies, two     of which are identified  as Mark'-     children, a boy and girl. ')|  Smith   left a     party of ten men on ^J  the beach, and they expect to recover nine more bodies tomorrow.   *-  '��������� i  ���������'������������������' : O   Tiflis, Jan. 31.��������� The assassination of General Gnaznofs on -Monday hrings to a head the discontent  among the faction of the military.  They regard with strong disfavor  the power | of the Viceroy of the Tau-  chins in the war between the Tartars and the Armenians. They an- dent Castro 'himself may prove of  nounce their determination of wiring assistance to France if tho reports  direct to the, authorities at St. Pe-'from Venezuela regarding the dls-  tersNirg. demanding an inirii.-rl.iate satisfaction among, the people allog-  change. j Lrf    to  be  growing against  thc  pros  Washington, Jan. 30���������OiTlcial news  has reached Washington from Paris  that Franco will  Mde her    time   ' in  her  solution  of  the  Venezuelan   pro-  ! ���������     ���������     ' '      'A ��������� ���������  ^lem.      It      is... bfelicvdcf-tbat  prcsi-  J<TlLLRD IJV REQUEST.  London,   dan.   80.���������-A  j'outh    named  Arthur Baverstook,    aged 17 was  ident    B.i-e  true.  Tlie  AllrUlaeks  reached  Saw   Tl'oi'Ic  recently  shot  dead al R'ng's     Som-   on   Saturday last  after a most sue.  b'orne, -war Ih.msey,    under peculiar ' tcxEtul   tour of the old country  circumstances..     His  employer's    .son  Georbe  Peddle,   a  lad   3 1   years     of  age, hns 'Ijjeen arrested,  chargt.tl with  his   death. 1 v,! '������''   S,vn   Francisco   where      they  ���������\f-  ter spending 'a-few days in the-eastern metropolis they will leave for   San  causing    jus   ui-iuii. 1  13avur.st.ock was working for k,u. will eml>ark on one of the Pacific  Manuel Peddle1, a farmor of King's liners: for New Zealand, sailing from  Somoorne, and he and the farm- the 'Golden-Gate on Monday, Feb.  cr's  son   were   out  together,    having   19th. ���������  &  gun  with  them.     The  father  'ol  the dead  lad   had heard  a shot, and  immediately afterward, George Ped- Professor B>alkle used to form a ve-  dle enme miming up, crying "comey ry picturesque /figure In the Edinburgh  fluick: your Arthur is dying." The. streets. Tie - was a cheery old pa-  J'iithiu' found his son lying dead, j triarch with ���������; handsome features and  He had been shot through the right hair falling in ringlets about his  *-V������-- ~    ' shoulders.   ' ' No  one who   had  seen  Jn accounting* for: what had    hap- ( him could    ��������� possibly forget him.   One  ponod   young Peddle  told   the  police  day he. was accosted by a very dirty,  thai Uavcrstoclc said  to him. "Blow  little sh'oe-blach with: his "Shine your  out  my brains."    Not knowing that' boots,   sir?','   Blaikie  .. was'impressed  the  gun   was     loaded    and  thinking   hy the fiUhiness. of the boy's face. "I  tnat   it  was  nil  a'-'libit  of. fun,  raised   the gun  took aim     and  ledthe  trigger.  . o- ���������  The Now'Zealnnders nre       nnxious  to   meet  an   All-British   Columbia fif i ,  teen at San Francisco  and  [{ nccesr-   inS' lie nel<- oili his hand for the mon  wy  ai'rnngtements  can   be  made   the  j,e don't Want a shine, my lad," said he-  pul-  "Hut if you will go and wash your  face I'll give you'a sixpence." "An-  richt," was' the lad's reply. Then  he went over to a neighboring fountain  and  ir-adehis   ablutions. Rcturn-  nUted w.Ml-'lfc pulled off "in the Bay  ������il.v Lost Tfaht Mr. 71. P Woodward veceived the following despatch  from the  New .^calenders:  ey. "Well, my lad" said thc professor, "you have earned your sixpence.  Here it.is." ,/'I din-na want it, auid  chap," returned the boy with a lordly air. "Ye can keep it an-1 get yer  hair cut."  to be much harm done.  Apollo, too, covered himself- with  glory. Any man that can shake  a man live Samson loosed reeling  him 'half way across the mat, simply by a powerful shake of ' his  body, as Apollo did, is worth watching. The match was fast and aggressive all the way thiough. Samson certainly did more execution up  on Apollo than any other man' who  has met him heretofore at tho pa>'k  with, tho single exception of Gotch.  Samson seems to bo more powerful than Gotch, jojuite as aggressive,  and fearless, and possibly as quick.  Theway he bored into Apollo las  night, never giving him a minute's  rest, was a -wonder. "When Samson and Frank Gotch meets, Gotch  will liave to look out for his In-i-  rels.  Samson ch-uMcingvd the winner 01  the McJjeod-ATnupa.s match, and will  eonsCrijuent ly go on with Pun next  Friday night. Apollo will go on  ���������with Uelzil and these two big fellows   willmukc  a powerful     mritcli.  As to tlie Mi-Lcoil-Aluupas match,  it was about one of the1 best ever  seen in the I'arU. .If anyone thinks  for one moment Unit Dan is alms-  been, .lie needs to come out of his  trance. Ijnn was iu splendid condition last night, nnd went through  an hour and a half of tho fastest  work eper seen at the Park. Ttlgu-  pns put up a most wonderful fighl,  his -woric   n*i   Iho   defence,   1*11 the  second  Ijloul   of     the   second fail,  bringing   the  spectators      lo       thei  fwi   in   a.   wild   burst  of entluisiasm-  The style  of the   first fall  was   decided -by   1 lie  toss  of a coin,     AIiui-  pus   wiiin-i-nig',   and.   choosing   Gracc.o-  Roiiian.     He threw  Pun  in   after ?.7  iiiinut.es* workj bring him  to the mat  l|v  one    of  liis   famous   head dwisis.  The next,   fall   was  in  catch-as-catch-  can   style,   and   hero     Pan   was       at  home.      But   Mniipus   showed       himself  a giood     learner.       Tn   tlie  first  bout  he  wan  under  the  whole   time:  in  the  second  his  defence,   while    on  his   feet,   was  greatly   improved    nnd  tli is   was   the   case   during   the     rest  af  the match.  Victoria, Jan. 30���������Kegarding Uie  the. stylo agains was ealch-as-caloh-1 matier of patrolling the beacii, Air.  can.     Emil now  pushed tho   fighting j Hunker says    there should   have been.  an     adequate  supply    01"   iin-a        so  He several-times brought Pan down  by a leg bald and had he known  what to do with.him on the mat,  migiht -have won out. But Daii  was -generally up'and away like a  shot. In the seconf bout McLeod  {licked' Maupus up uy a crotch hold  brought him to tho mat and worked him through in fast style tor  a few minutes,' scoring a fall in IS  minutes. .."',.  The  match   was    a  credit   ,o- both  men,   being   fast,   swift   nnd      clever,  both   in  aggressive'nnd   defensive Inc.  tics.   ���������0   INCREASE  IN iiXPORTt?  lietiiius of Canada's foreign . trado  during Hie pnsL six inonliis of. I lie  current1 li.-jcal vear Lo 1 lie end 01  uvceiimer shows loial unporLS ol  Jrl'-Ifr1,.'!-;1) l;i'J, an increase of ������8,-  ���������tV'l,7yri,aiid total exports of .'rl-JU,-  UI.;i,.S Id, mi imn-ese ol s^ 1 ,_i.s>,U:.;,.'> '  'the customs revenue was $'_!2,5J.i,-  o.'iCi, an increase of SI ,."iti(J,So^.  j There were large increases in iho  ' exports    of   Canadian    produce of  1 every   class   excepting   liiuib;er        and  1 manufactures,   which 'latter was  p.rac  tieally   the  same   11s :1!>0-1.        ���������:.  Theie.wus   an   inci-eakc   of    ;   SLL,1-  011   the s{iot  of   which   there .was  not, so that search could be mauc  for the bodies and to prevent Indians from robbjug the dead. Tne  Dodies drilled in at distances apart  and the smalt jumper, of men wort  jug on shore became thorouglily ex-  liia;u.fticx| .(-)u^iriig>  done 'allta 'their  power ;aind tney could not covjr  the ground. U'ho Pomiuion gov-  eriuuentlaind t/li-e P.G.b.S.C -should  have sent men, and 1 blame thoin  for dilatorness. They should have  sent  men. adequate  enough   and   sent  {parties with a launc'ii to search  the Islands. There arc many individuals who deserve great credit  iioto/ble the men 01' Ihe cable stall".  Lineman. Logan and his party, Capt  Ferris and the party from the S.il  vor, and  many others.  V.'hen I reached shore after being  thrown from the boat and losing  iny wifeund children. I was dimly conscious, almost unconscious in  fact. I   dimly   icmeinber being  sucked out -by t'ne undertow, and  dually 'gfot  streiiifht      enoii'gh to  Igrnsp a rock and then I crawled n-  long the edge of it looking for -ny  wifle -and b'niliies. 1 afterwards ci a  wled   up  and   fried   to   get above  . 'nigh   wafer  mark.     I  heard a  shout.  ! aii-d   knew  someone  else     had     c-sca-  1  I ped.     If  was TJitchlev. the     fireman.  f.7".. an������ in  of .$4,'17<i,f)4  inml produce  and  *5.I.a8,fJ70  in   minerals.  Tlie returns fin- Peremlwr alone  show an increase of SI ,0,.>7,('l - in  imports and ������2.170.70S in exporis  of  Canadian   iiroduce.  agricultural produce, , i',-crawled toward -him in the dark  , in animals and an- ' ness and soon wo heard halloos, nnd  of S52.2ft(i,_'.)0  in      fihh   ]inow   that  others   were on shore.  Soon nine of us got together, and  lay -on  the   rocks.       1      guess it  was about 1 o'clock in the morn-  i'iir? >m-d pitch da*������'k with raio nnd  ���������sleet     falling  fast We        huddled  to whom   ray message ha-d been seemingly ocen  referred.  .1 really I90I sore at the government for not taking steps qtoick���������  er. The men on the scene work,  ed progidiou's, but wei-e thoroughly  fatrti^iicd and must T>e relieved. We  organized a system for the identification of the bodies as they washed  shore. Knell body was numbered  and bjox.with sam������ number prepared to hold the effects found on  the body, and as careful description as possible made, tiie facts  b-'in-li telegraphed to Victoria whence they were sent b\f the Associat  ed Press: Indians were gathering  in numbers when we left and those  or. the spot feared attempts would  be made to loot, a.s I understand  the   Indians  are  n.  bad   lot. j  In conclusion let mo state the  steamship Company lias been very  dilatory. The fact that no undertaker or coffins were sent until the  public   were   at   white   heat leads  me lo say that ihe Company- has  not done all that it should. They  niiisl have known that undertakers  and ro.Tuns would lie necessary lint  it was not until Sunday t'tat they  were sent.  'MM-; IIOAIUI OF FN'QPIRV  Ol lawn, .Jan. 20.���������An investigation of all tlie facts in connection  wii!i lhe Valencia disaster lias boon  -.luthei'ized by the marine department. Captain G-audin, i-gent -.f  thr   department,     will  preside        as |  MOSTKEMAIil-TABLE TOUR  The Greater Norris  i.-.  Rowe      Circus,' a purely Western enterprise, ha  1 the  record  of making the most  won'  (ieriiii tour     ever made  by any    circus  in  the   world.   During  the     scar-  sou  three  countries  have  been     visited, viz; the United States,      Caa������  ada  and the  Republic of Mexico.  j-   During   '   the -   forty five  weeks     of  constant   travelling,   the   show    covered   nearly fifty  thousand        mile.*,  going "as  far   north,   south, east,  and   west as  it is  possible      to  go,  The  sho;w; 'visited  the   States of  '.California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota,, Minnesota; Wisconsin, Michifetan, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Missouis Kan.  ses, : New Alexicp, Texas, Arizona,  etc.. The circus traivelled the Cau-  adiai^. provinces from Sault Samt  Marie to Montreal, all of Bnt t-su.  ColumfWU and then visited .every st a  te ir. the republic of Mexico. , It  was the first American circus, .museum, Menagerie and Hippodrome to  visit that country and the tour  was a remarkable one in , many  respects. It was at once full of  p'.eturcaque incident and immens"  business". The governors of ever  slate visited the show. During the  nine days stay in the city of Mox  ico,President and Mrs Diaz; Vico  president- Raymond Can-oil and fnin-  and all the highest officials of tho  republic  honored   tho   circus with  fheii presence. The Greater Norris  ii Rowe circus will, as usual visit   this   section  early  next spring.  Smoke Big  B. Cigars.   , 0���������: ������������������  A     clever young London'lady,    a-  commissioner, and with   him     Capt. Miss Evans, has devised anew kind  Cox and Newcomb will act    as    as-  of autograph album that is likely  to  sessors. be popular.   It is so contrived as   to  It is  felt,     here   that   the   invest".- enable a young lady not only to col-'  gntion should Va thorough and com- lect  the autograph  signature  of her  plete.  nnd  all   possible steps to -hat  relatives,   schoolmates,   and  intimate  ini-"    }up  one  against the  other  an  There is  n. possibility   that an All-J rocks  in   the   bitter   cold     to  British   Columbia. Fool-ball   team will   ourselves  warm,   and -shivered  n. possibility  .'ouiney to  San  Francisco     in  month  and   piny 11.   match   with  famous    New -Zealand    fifteen  (he   Ne w   A11 ver t-i'so r.  Smol-'e Big  II. Cigars.  next   daylight.      The  story   of how  'h.i   reached   the   telegraph   hut   has  ���������says   rcki'dy IjVom   told.      T   sent   a  I ,nTri   fn   (he   agent   of  marine  j Victoria  asking  that   m������n     be  tn   natrol,   but  only  got   an  thc  keep  until  we  l-ele-  in  sent  answer  end  will be taken.  In an interview in an evening paper. Senator Temple-man says that  l,e nns bV.en 'pressing- upon the marine department to do something  (o losfen the dangers to navigation   on  the   Pacific,   coast..  Captain Gaudin see-n after the receipt of the above despatch, said  lie  had applied   for some one to tako  friends,  but to  preserve a'so  prints of their kisses.  The book is equipped with a little  pad of a soluble carmine-tinted substance upon which the lips are first  lightly pressed so as to take up a,  little of the pigment. Then a little  kiss is imprinted upon the page in  the spacs provided for the purpose,  leaving a clear carmine reoord of the  indirectly   through   the   P.C.S.S.Co..  pressure of the lips.   By the side    of  his  place   on   the   board. Captain   the kiss  prjnt  space fe another      :���������r  Newcomb.  one  ofthe assessors,     is the autograph and date/and togeth-  now at Port  Simpson. er the kiss and the signature makea  very precious and intimate kespsaJosy A-fti  mm  mamminmmmmatemmimtmm  DAILY LEDGES.  IHE DAILY LEDGER  published   every day except Sunday-  l***        THE        DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  ���������0 cents  a  month;    $5  per year   in  advance.     Advertising rates on ap  plication.  WEDNESDAY,  JAN.  31,   1906  fit-III* WVkfe  DAV1P SPENCEi?-      ���������    j  (Maoaimo) Ltd.  ^* Is there a Hatiess Women?  A Hatiess Miss?  AHatlesiChiid?  Left in Town  Nile M-4.  The Nile mud, which venders Egypt  a habitable country, is said to be.i.' a  striking resemblance to that which  everj season is brought down by the  Missouri.  Oin   Mcnl ������ Day.  The majoritj of the natives of India  eat only one meal a day  A THREE    DAYS   OFFER ^COMMENCES IWEDNESDAY  MORNING  WM. Mt/NglE, President J. W.  COBURN.   *---i    n^-tor  ^Telephonejlfi  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADYSMITII-Shlnglcs  a  Specixlt?.  ���������Manufacturers     cf���������  Roiilgh and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  3*a-0~ed  and   Kiln   Dried  Flooring   and  FUlahinf    Lamaer  in   Stack  Th-.   Stcmn   ISnKlne  The orlglna' idea ot the steair en  {jlnw If "Oiiuuouly s..!c to 'aive bee  suggest*" U5 thp m-iriiii! of 'Voices  ter ir uis 'Century of iuveuiioiis,' A  D. lUUtf.'  Children   Ir   India  The cost ot mnmtsilnlns a child Jn  b).?la Is only (i cents a day.  Tlie  Ilee'it  Market   Untket.  Every'bee carries his-market basket  ii round his hind. legs. Any one exam-  Ininff'the body of a bee through a mi-  ��������� roscope will observe that on the hind  I.-gs of a bee there is u fringe of stiff  ���������lairs on the surt'acp. the hairs np-  1 reaching each other at the tips so a*  n form a sort' of taige. This Is the  iiJj'a basket.  There Is nothing more expensive  than experience und nothing of which  :4ere is more sold.  There are 25,000 pores in the hand of  map    *-���������  H&RMSOn'S  1  y  C8U REPORT  Since the SS. Somona left on  December*- 14th, there have been the  following arrivals cl" Colonial coal,  namely: Invorcoe, 2,'jCH tons; Bel'  en, 3,000 tons, SS. Vienna, 5,.V">  Isenm-ark,      2,270; total      13,07-1  tons. There are on the cngjag^d  list to carry coal from Nov ens: lc,  N.S.W.., twenty-four vessels with u  carrying capacity of 70,000 tons:  four of these vessels are stoaimrfc,  one of which is now fully due.,Last  mo-ivf-h the ticjtlal deli\cries oi Australian coal here amounted to *.''-  07-1 tons, for same period lhe y.'ar  previous, the total deliveries of Cm!  onial coal only amounlwi to .">,-  805 tons. The British Columbia  shipments last month fooled ������������������.*������������������������������������">,-  S52, tons aigjainst 17,."3 70 tons in  December. 1904. The ,qfiaiiUty of  coal hero now is comparit'.vely  small and we will have barely sui-  ncient to: carry us through our win  ter domantts unless British Colum-  ���������'"b'ia'.-shipments  are  materially in  creased. No change ;'of 'value has  be:-n established, although the _pn>-  sc'riljjcd amount of coal fuel here,  on -hand- would .i'"iif.v -a, material ad  vance in prices, 'vos-Ules. wc are  just   passing  th.rough   an    oxcecdm?--  .Trimmed ITats  Kcady-to-Wear Hats  rhe Tourist Motors  ^gjj  Black   Patent'Leather Motors  f���������0   Velvet  Tourist JUotors  Children's Kelt  Flops  Children's Trimmed Hats  ��������� Your Clioice of a Big  .Window at Each  50C  Regular $1.00  to 51.50*  ^ffi Save moin-y on Pit Shoes���������,wn'cannot     quote    these    prices much'  <=2        longer. Why''      Ucciuise   thai .10(1 pairs we -bought of  Nanaimo made are'nearly gone���������just a few pairs.,  left.      You'll pay $2.75  for  the Shoe  we're selling at $2.  PHONEY TALKS���������-  AS LOUD TO US  AS  ANYONE.  IP YOU ARE PAYING CASH FORYOUR  MEAT YOUR   DOLLARS W  ILL   GO FURTHER  IF YOU  BUY FROM US   Our Gash Prices Cannot Be Beaten   PANNELL  &    PLASKET7  Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Railway  ���������*$,'_,.       : Time Table No. 51  TrajLK le������ve Ladysmith for Victoria and  all intermediate stations    at  9.1i a.m. daily, aad at 4.00 p.m. on   Wednesdays,     Saturdays   and   Sundays.  Trains leave Ladysmith for Wellington and all intermediate stations  at1 11.57 a.m. daily, and at 6.00 p.m., on Wedua-days, Saturdays and  Sundays.-  Excursion Tickets ^���������^_^-  1 ON SALE TO  AND  FROM ALL STATIONS  good far going journey  Saturdays aUd Suudays, returning not later than  the follewiag Monday. i ^ , J ,   ��������� i ,     ,  -Steamer Joan   Sails from Ladysmith for .Vanco uver every Saturday at COO a.m.. and  returning sails frem Vancouver    tor   Ladysmith at 2.30 p.m.  steam heated  wei,',; furnished rooms  BAR SOri'WED WITH BUS  WINES, LIQUORS, CIG4RS  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  Nanaimo    made  whole hack  inside     counter     $2.75  Nanaimo      made     whole ������iP  outside counter   $3.00  MAILl)ELlVERED WITH-  "  IN ARCTIC CIRCLE  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor  LADYSMITH, B. C  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  PORTLAND  DAVID HYNES, Proprietor  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked  "Edmonton, Jan. 27.��������� ?tural Iree  delivery within the Arclic circle i.s  the latest achievement of the Canadian post o/Iice and at lhe p.'e-  sent time a mail is now enrouie  to   Fort Maci'horson   on    the      iliv>  l.cnzie   river   not  far   from   where    it  t.  empties into the Beaufort sea. P'our  yeuvs ago this city possessed lhe  most northerly post odice < in America, 'but with a rush of settlers  from the south it became apparent  that a' service must' be inaugurated  for those living in tho north. An  ol'.icc was then opened at Athanati-  en landing an-d proved to be aw.-l-  come  benefit   to  t'ne  settlors. The  !'i!h'wm{" year olfices were  opened up  ,,.'i-r north until now Fort Alci'h  ������������������������������������ion, 2ooo miles to Lhe north of  Lhe boundary lino between Mon.-  !ana -and Al'b*erla, has a postollicn  and receives a rcft'iilar service from  the south, altogether it is bul once  a   year. .  Owing to lhe large numbers ol  muskegs and small creeks in the  northern wilds it i.s necessary to  wait until winter sols in and then  (ho long trip is made on snowshoeM  and   by  rioq"   train.      Little     time   is  v-astod by the '"'mus-hers" who have  contracted to carry his Majesty'a  mails As soon a.s a carrier arrives at a post odice another carrier with a fresh team of huskies  continue'the journey. With a crack  of his long whip and yells, which  are unintelligible to tho average per  ���������sou bjtil understood perfectly by the  dogs, he starts off in a trot for  the far north. Enroute he deliver*  mail to the settlers as the post offices are several hundred miles apart  lie alsoleaves letters for settleis,  who lhe off the trail, sells' stamps  and money orders and general] at.  tends to t'ne business of the post-  The arrival ol* tlie mail in tli^se  vilds is looked upon by tlie lone  inhabitants as tlie event of tne  year. Wiu'.s may lie cammenced and  ended, rulers die nnd succeed and  many other important events in the  world's history occur but they are  all unheard of in the far north un-  Li! the mall arrives. Two cents  will carry'' a letter from the heart  of Africa to the Arctic ocean is  but one of the achievements of tlie  progress   of   the limes.  This Hotel has   been completely    Board and lodging (1.00 per day.  U_������-. renovated.  HOTEL-    PRETORIA  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar Supplied with  the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: *.-*. :-:, Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  Cor. F������rt kadi   Government Streets.,  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist.   Frt. & Pass. Agt.  ly snap of cold weather, which nc-c  e.isiatcs an increased demand for  barrels in excess of the pre\ uvis  year,   and   has ���������b'een   a  source of  great astonishment, to large.---- fuel  consumers on tho coast, it demonstrates very clearly, that if we-nad  not oil to rely on, we would be in  a sad plight in California for fuel  for manufacturing purposes. Some  idea of the quantity of oil that is  being annually consumed in California may be derived from tho  fact, that over 15,000,000 ; barrels  is -a-nin-iiinJly used for railroad purposes   alone.          '  Write a Story  West  .' that would have the true  ring to it,'the author would  o������ necessity- require to live  there for a time at least. He  must . study the character,  istics of the western people-  have to become one of Liu:m,  living their daily life, sharing  tlieir joys ami sorrows.  He would have to mix with  them socially and in a business w iy, in short be a  "Westerner." its a question  of knowing local conditions.  The same reasoning applies  . to the "Leckic Boot'j for  VVestern Miner, the Prospector and  tlie Lumberman.  The makers of the " Leckic Hoof' are Westerners with  Western, experience. They  know what to make and how  to malic it. Its not so much  a question of price as of fpial-  ityi. Their sole aim is to  make a better hoot for thc  same money���������and the "LEC.  K.IFJ  BOOT" is it.  MANUFACTURED BY.-  LTO.  VANCOUVER! B.  _ _.^-<3 ���������  DAY SCHOOL. y  Usual   subjects   taught;   also    ' lan-  ^tiage", drawing  in  pencil  and crayons,  paint ng  in  oils aad water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classe*  or individually.  WISS  BERTRAM,  fadysmith,, B   C.  For high      class stationary call at  Knight's Book Store.   O   There is     no other medicine manufactured that     has received so much  praise    anil  so     many expressions ol  gratitude   as      Chamberlain's  Cough  Remedy.     It is effective, and prompt  relief follows its use.     Grateful; parents   everywhere   do o������t hesitate to  testify to   its    merits for the benefit  or -others.      It ���������' is a certain cure for  crou,-> and win prevent the attack   li  given   at  the first appearance of   the  disease.     It ia especially adapted  to  children,   as   it  is pleasant  to   take  and.    contains  nothing injurious.   Mr-  E. A. Humphreys, a well known resident and clerk in the store of    Mr.  Locke, Gf    Alice, Cake Colony, South  Africa, says:     "I have used Chamber  tain's      Cough     Remedy  to ward ofl  croup     and      colds in my family.'    1  found it very satisfactory and it glivc3  mc  pleasure  to recommend  it."    For  sale by The Ladysmith Pharmacy.  Best  aeeontmodation for  transient  uid permanent hoarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is'up-to-  dfte. Rates $1.00 a day and upwards.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prof.  Ps-danad* *������->: :������������������: :���������������: :*-* Ladyimlth  THEJ0NES HOTEL  Ou Dollar Per Day.  "���������off Tablt, Good Bed and Uo0d Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-  ��������� Ladysmith.  fl  CALEDONIAN  !'  Leads Thern    All  IN QUALITY  -:o:-  R.P. RITHBT.i;.  & Co.,  Ltd  Pacing Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, ,:���������: :���������: -:���������:' .���������: :���������B.C.  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rate* $1.25 and*|1.50���������  Free baa to all steamboat landings and  railway depotB.    Electric care every five  minutes to all parts of   the city.   Bar  and table.unescelled.  F. BAYNE8, Proprietor,  ABBOTT ST.,  VANCOUVER B, C.  Under New Managment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  Jas. R. McKinnel  Proprietor.  Fire Proof    Building.  Modern and     Strictly First Class.  Commercial Mens' headcinarters.  WANTED���������By     Chicago     wholesale  house, special representative (man 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 to engaging.  . Address Manager, 132 Lake Street,  Chicago, IU.,.'tL������.A.  TO FERNIE,  Read Down Read Up  ������p.n������. Ljv. Victoria Arr. 4.oo.p. in.  I.oo p. m. Uv. ���������, Seattle ' Arr. 9.00 a.m.  ������.ai p. m, Arr. Ererett Arr. 7.3a a.m  9.30 a. m. Arr. SffOKANB Al." 7.45 p.m  6.25 p.m Arr.   Rexfird   Arr12.30p.ru.  I.io p, m, Ar. < Bike Arr. 10142 a. m.  9.00 p.m.. Arr.    Fernie' Lv.9.55 a   ni.  ONE NIGHT  .   Te all Kootenay Points  ��������� TWO   NIGHTS  . To    Winnipeg and St. Paul  Close Connections  For ���������  Chicago, Toronto.  Montreal 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 cheeks to an points.  Steamship Tickets  For tickets, maps, berths  reservations '. and complete  information ", can on or address,     1  '"     ' ���������  S., 0. Ysrk'w      . E. R. Stephen'  A.G.R.A.            , G.A.G.N. Ry  Seattle      ,      Victoria, I B.C.  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor. Government and Yates Stt.  VICTORIA. B C  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  3  3  M. J. HENRY'S  NURSERIES,    QREENHOUSES  AND SEED HOUSES '  .     '     .   .     .      J   ���������U     j   ' ,i.       -I  1010 Westminster .Road,  VANCODVEft, B.C  ��������� - - :      's --. - r      ��������� ,   -  Headquarte.-s   . for PACI-  , FIC    .'.'GR-JW-ST'   Garden,  Fieldi    and -  lower   Sceos.  New    crop in stock ready  for ���������   distribution, ask your  merchant    for thorn iu sealed, packets.     If he does not  handle >   them we will pie-  pay   to   your, (nearest post-  oJnve fifty five cent packets,  our sele(ti(aa.ofvgfc>od varie-  !   ties, >for $$i:00    to^ introduce them.'       (  Laigei    stock    of      Home  GROWN Fruit and Orna- ,  mental  Trees   now  matured     for     the Spring  No expense,    loss or -de-  ~   lay of fumigation or in-  spection.'        ,  Let.  me    price   your  list  before placing your-order.  Greenhouse'   Plants,- 'Floral  Packages, . Fertilizers, etc.  ONE   IS THE  "NORTH   COAST   LIMITED."  The  Electric Lighted Train to the  East  Tickets on sale to an Eastern  and  Southern points at lowest'rates.  Up-to-date     Pullman   and    Tourist  sleepers - ' on' ail trains.'  Dining  Car  service Unsurpassed.  . Steamship Tickets on sale to and  from, all European Points. Cabin accommodation reserved by wire.  For     furthsr  write thc office.  A. D.  Chariton  A.G.P.A.,   N.P.,  Portland, Ore:  particulars   call on  Phone iUi'o 456.  E.  E. Blackwood  General Agent  Victoria, B.C  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read  ths  vie  Sunlight  S  Wash oilcloths  and linoleums with  warm water and  Sunlight Soap, rinse clean and wipe  dry.     The  colors will be preserved  and the surface unharmed.  Common soaps fade the colors and  injure the surface. Sunlight Soap cleans, freshens and preserves  oilcloths and linoleums.  Sunlight Soap w^hes clothes white without injury to the rnost  delicate fabrics, or to the hands, for it contains nothing that can  injure either clothes c:1 hands.  Sunlight Soap is better  than other soaps, but is best  when used in the Sunlight  way (follow directions).  Equally  good -with   hard  or soft water.  LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED. Torpnto  TH6 CITYMHRKeT  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B.C.  PAINTING,        PAPEkMANQINO  ETC.  Work done properly and at    rlchi  prices."    A fun line of Wall   Paper,  and Painter's  Supplies,,1 Residence; oh;  Roberta ^Street  J. B. SMITH, Pro'r  The  only  line now  making   UNION  DEPOT   connections at ST. PAUL  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with       the  through    trains    from ' the    Pacifl*  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST   -LINE, TH3  FINEST TRAINS,   TIIE   LOWEST  RATES,'THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST,  PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask your  local agent or writie,  F. W. PARKER    H  J General, 4geatri  7*20 2nd Ave., Seattle,  l     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  -    *  1  I  'Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH  C.  HEAD OFFICE ?  DUNCANS STATION. CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  Vancouver Island, B. Genera! Manager.  r:-i4*'_rft'4'.-*'V.r^'^^  If you like���������;    , ;  A  smooth,  easy  shave,  an even,  well-finished     beard trim, a good  batti, or a styUih Hair:cut.  You will go to   ���������  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARIORS  HIGH STREET. ,;  LADYSMITIf BAKERY  HOP LriE * CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE:  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS^ NEATL1  BAKED AND FRESH:  CoBfectionary oi all kinds.    :  Ordara taken for-Pastries to' be de  llvered at anytime.'  : Employment Af-ency  ..Dea era In  Pianos and  1  Organs..  I aJysmith, B.C  ceo. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  ^      ' W        B.  sm  Dr. Dier can be found at anytime  at liis office on Gatacre si. Uis den-  tal work is gv aranteed''to be first-  class and rates reasonable at.  Mannfacturera of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOM  None bu   Wnion Labor    Employed  II. J. BOOTH, Prop  HILBERT I/)!T 3 1 J ( J }  t.  Union  Brewing  NANAIMO    B. C.  flan uf act urers of "the  Go  In [British Columbia  Lager Beer   and Porter'   .Guaranteed  Brew  ^d from the Best Canadian' Malt  Run  Hops  +-H -I-���������������I������-H-4^-4-������I*^*H-������-;-������v  ������.������������������ ������������������..���������^i-.i*  ������ "J' ��������� "J*  ���������!*���������_*"���������*-������<**���������.":  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������->���������-���������-'  ������������������������������������������������������ +-t-f-t"f-f-f-f4-������"t-*"f'--> t ftntr*,  ? LAC /SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  !  !  PIANOS,     ORGANS     AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURF MOVED PROMPTLY A  ND SAFELY.  Stables in the rear  of the Lad ysmitti hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   the  Caprice and  Lack.  Id gambling1 one thing is certain, and  tliat is the very larye percentage In  favor of the bank or tbe game. Caprice is tbe only law of chance, and  tbe results are as fanciful as'they: are  unanticipated.  One summer, the last of John Mor-  rissey's life, a party from Washington,  were making merry in the win<u*oo'm  of the clubhouse in Saratoga, among  whom was a youthful attache of tbe  French   embassy,   says   the   Brooklyn  Eagle.     Without remark this attache  suddenly  rose,  entered tbe playroom  and, going to a roulette table, tossed  a  hundred dollar bill  on ten,  black.  Tbe dealer politely informed him that  be had  exceeded the limit.    The attache was insistent    Morrissey, sauntering up, nodded to the dealer to let  it  go.     It won.    Kef using  to  accept  chips, the attache gathered in his win:  nings and rejoined bis friends.    Half  an hour later .he did the same thing  and was again successful. At frequent  intervals he repeated his trips, invariably winning, never once losing until be  bad won $17,500, when his friends carried him off.  As he left Morrissey remarked to a  friend, "I never take the limit off that  tbe bank doesn't lose." Nevertheless  there was a profit on the night's play  for the bank.'  HOW HE STOPPED THE YOUNG MA*������  AND GOT A QUARTER.  W.IxplainiDf- a Few   Pec-ret-   of   the   Trad*  Why  Some Well    I)rcsM������d   Men, Are Solicited    While   Other.*   Are   Never   Ap-  ' prottehed���������Trailiue Willi the "Valley."  +4 4 *-4 + + + 4 + 4- 4 -*������������������������ ������������������*  A. J. VWASKLT, PROP  Miliars" 'Drilling' Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short  ways gives satisfaction.  I'icKs hand! <  Sliipsmitliirm    iii  Horseshoers and Oenen*! B.actcsmitns.  notice..  Drill Sharpened  by  d and repaired.  a.]'     itw   Hranc'ties  r'  *.'���������  R.  Buller Street  LAW.SQN .  -      -' Lad y w ni i 111, i-  klVBRY, 30ARD1NQ.AN.D  SALES STABLES  |l EXPRESS WORK   A  SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  > L\oysmr  Itlualo Writing- Made E������������y.  Mile.   Salle  was  In  the  eighteenth  century   the  most accomplished  nad  fascinating buUctcusc at the  famous  French Opera.  In addition to her other  <jualifie������tioiis,   she  played   and   sang  with  extraordinary artistic skill and  depth of expression.   She once confided  to   Unmenu,   the  noted   musician,  that her ardent wish was to be able to  compose and asked him to give her a  few lessons in the art.    "Nothing easier In the world." Rameau gallantly replied.    He handed her a sheet of paper Tuled for music nnd asked her to  take her valuable breast piu and prlek  .holes In tbe lines wherever she though*  proper.  After the lady had completed her  task Ranaenu took the sheet of papej  turned each puncture Into a note, determined its length, selected a suitable  key, and the thing was done. This remarkable composition turned ' out a  lively piece of dance music, which was  afterward entitled "Les Sauvages Dans  les Iudes Galantes" and was popular  iu li'i-ance for a groat number of years.  $ PHONE 66  Express  .' LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and B irk ]iM '5 il J  SEE  J.   KEMP.  OK LEAVE'   ORD EKS WITH  W. CARTER,-  FIRST AVENUE  PHONE     6-0  ' W.  SILER.  GENEKAL LXPRESS ANt)  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY DON������5.  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  UNITED  C 0 V  -"-"-'I'ln-il  _ysi_ith,  DRUIDS  ANCIENT      ORDER  OF  H   f    om   a.uuo   U0~.3U!lia���������\,  VI" O   O -1 0lll ������'   si-������itt  tlie   Second   and,    fourth  .Wednesdays of eacli month, commenc-  ���������S06I ������������������>������fc*I  ^���������Bp'-aupovv 3**'  .Visiting Druids     are invited to attend.  By Order.  "WM. RAFTER, Reef Secty.  PATRICK BURK. N. A.  BOOTS and SHOES  -S'".''  "*'  ,-   ���������;  . . ���������   "       , ! - ii'. .  AT RIGHT PRICES  Repaying and Making  Order a Specialty  THOJIAS     MCE WAN  3������  Any  Kind  of  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  LEDGER  Office  ������-J3r-������  1st Avemue  ''������������������ For a long time tho yauny man had  wondered why all tlv.- old. clothes men iu  town had picked him out from ul) the  other young men in the street und offered  to buy his old clothes, hats, shoes and  shirts and give him fabulous prices.foi  them.  Ar, lirst thc offers had flattered him, and  bo felt that indeed he must be a well  ���������dressed young man to bo noticed even by  as hum bio a person us an bid clothes man.  but as the offers bciiuine more, frequent  uid the would be buyers more insistent  doubt took the place of- pride, und he be-  tjn.n to suspect, tliutit'iiiight be something  besides his immaculate make up that drew  the .merchant.", to him..  \ Ho noticed that, although they;Invariably  jccosted .him, they had a way of totallj  ignoring other young inch that were quite  da weir if:'hot a great deal better dressed  than he was. -��������� This discovery���������,.'worried*him  Hid hurt his pride,, not a little. Be decided that from the next one who tackletl  him he would lirid ouo just why he tari  done it and why he had not tackled th������  ather young iiiau.'  Ho found out. The man who prowls u;  *nd down Broadway' between Twenty'  third and Twenty -eighth streets everj  afternoon gave him the information. Aftei  he had finished tho old stereotyped speech,1'  'lbeg pardon,' sir. t> lithave, you any old  clothes or old shoes or -hats to sellP" the  young inan stopped hiiii.  .'.      ���������' :  "1 haven't any old clothes, or old hats,  or old shoes, or any other old things' to  sell, but if you'll coine -around tho cornel  whore wo can be out of the way I'll just  give you 28 cents to "find out why you  thought I - had them to sell and why all  your gang always think so."  The younc"man flipped a quarter from  (gno hand  to the other as an evidence of  'flood   faith, and   tho  old, clothes  broker  wondering, but fierce for the quarter, fol  ���������owed 'him.-'. \';J''.': ''''":��������� ���������'"-.!���������"���������'  ".Now, ''demanded tbe young man,  when they had turned down Twenty-fifth  61 rc.qfc,' "why is.-.,it;that you.struct; mc foi  old clothes and let that gentleman jusl  ahead of me go along his way unniolcl.tedi  lie was as well dressed, wasnt iiey"  "1 get tho quarter, do 1, whether 1 hurt*  fourlcelings or hot?'.' asked the merchant  .   ' Vou get tho quarter, however muoli  you lacerate my feelings.    Uo ahead."  "������������������Well, sir, "said' the -broker confidaa  tlally, "the reason 1 didn't ask that othei  gontlciuan ;waS')ibe(.'uii.so   he  was   bettoi  drossed'tlmn'/oiv'' He don't look no nicer  you  understand hici" ho  added quickly  "but you,see.his ^elotlies cost  more whei.  he bought 'unt    They are  made to ordo  .mid costs hiui probably $50.; We'll get 'en.  All right in time, but not from him  "Now, while your clothes is nice ane  tidy and stylish, they ain't inauo to ordei  end they didn't cost you no $50 when yo������  bought  thorn, and yet they didn't coim  from one of thciii SIS.madp.to order places  "Now, wo has to.be good judges of hu  man nature in  this'business.    We has t<  be able to pick-out.of that crowd ou Broad  way the young  gentlemen  who  likes t<  look nice and stylish, but hasn't justgol  the price.  We tiikes the inen who we thtnk  imvo  to' st ml. and  worry, around  belori-  getting a suit of clotlies or an  overco.-ii  Maybe they're'thinkiiig how thuy can gel  hold of a couple of- dollars whim we us.K.-  them.    If they arei' tiieh we gets,  em  "I've had em shiike ine off and walk ������  uick   before they thinks what  1 was say  ���������g     Then   it  occurs  to   'em,   and   the}  alks back und  eays:,;���������'* Vou comu uround  ,������tJo-and-so" \   Maybe I've got an old suil  uujcan have.'- '. , V  "Time and again I'vo had that happen,  nd lot uio tell you now 1 don't get ths  ,d suit  they vvcro  going to  let mo have  .ithout working   for it.    They   have i'.i)  ,i-a I'm going to give them u few dollui1.-  -.s   than   they  pays  for  it, and  that  is-  . here they   gets fooled,     in these days ol  iii'iueuts made to order for,������8 or ijio thej  in'c no money in this business for us."  "Welt., you'usver tackled  mo and  had  uo walk a blotik and conio back, did your'  lie young man usked.  "Maybe 1 never did, but weall has tc  tike chances. Now, you looked as if you  alight come back. Not that I think you  were thinking ubout where to get $2 oi  JS, but you have that kind of appearance.'  "What kind of an appearance is that  kind:-'" '  "Well, " replied the broker, "while you  look jaunty all right,1 you look as if you  didn't get that way without studying anil  thinking about it.. Vour trousers look of  if you might havo creased them your&elf  and your coat don't match 'them, and you:  vest don't match your coat. Your eolla:  ain't one of them 40 centers either, anc  jour shoes have been patched and you put  blacking over 'em to hide the patch Ain'i  i right!"'.  Tho young man admitted that he w,v  'Jhit you said you Would get iliatothe:  ffiiap's clothes somehow. How aro yos;  going to do that'?" .  "Through .his.-, servant That's wlicr*  -re gets DO per cent of our good clotlies  That man has either ; got a valley ot lil������  own or else Uiero is a man in the hoiusi  where he lives When he gets tired ol tin-  tlotheri. ho gives them to his valley or to  ihe servant in the house, and ^liey gives  'em to us All those valleys lor the dudes  Knows were we lives, and they comes right  ground and gives us their trade.  "hay, iihd they ain t so easy, cither  They nil throws a uluft tJiat their bosses  told em not t:> aell under a cerrain price  and they holds out sorr.etimes for un hour  er so. out I notiee they generally comes to  an agreement whether the boss says so or  not  "1 ain't deceiving you, though, about  there heing no money in the business MV  buys summer clothes in the fell, has tc  store em all winter, mid fix em up in tiie  Spring, so they re in -stylo and keep tlu-  moths out. und we has to do the snir.e  thing Hi winter U'l'.ere alii t no money  tn it after it s all done Dues I get t<a<  ���������juarter now?"  Hu got it. ��������� New VorU Press  MAKE, MORE MONEY  B!$deF     9?i035S   -ro������^Bcfte5 It������ra?Jt to,KJ?ow ���������*������ Exact Chicken raising a very easy  Grain.'   Clean, Lar^e Seed  Increases the Yield 20%.  V/ei^ht of Evcrythin. you  Buy or Sell.  CHATHAM FANNING MHX       CHATHAM  and simple way of adding  tc 'be farm's cash'profits.  CHATHAM INCUBATOR  Capacity 40 to GO tush.  per hour.  Cleans Wheat, Ryo, Tijnothy, Clover^'"fttillet.  Outs, Barley, i'lax, ir'eai;, Jieana, Corn auu.uU  seedd. ���������.,,-���������.;.  .   Largo Hopper, Screw Feed easily regulated.  .Agitator prevents cloi;giag and 'listfibut^s  grain evenly on screen.  Jjower Shoe keepd screens cleLu���������no other  -Bill has this.  End shake and adjustub!  ������������������idths).  Siitcon screens and   ^   Ouiig from finestsccd tocoarsestgruiu. bcrceus  Japanned���������can't rust,  Capacity  2^00 lbs.  i*ou nosd a Scale on your farm.  You need it'right nou ���������to^lay.  Kvery day you put it oil' you lose money.  Suppose you ftoU somehoge atacentrfu pound,  and trust-to your dealer's he.des, w hirh ai o 1 2.0  out. That means u Joss to you of 30 cents on  every -JU0 pound liop.  Then you sell lOi 0 bushels of grain at 75 cents.  This dealers scales uio only IJiO out, but your  loss 1b S18.T5 on the deal.  The loss on a few ti .m������actions of this kind  woii'd buy a dozen scales.  When crops laio pool you need every cent  they are worth; "When they .no yood j ou can't  afford to throw money aw ay.       ,,  You need a scale on your fa:-in at all times.  The loss you think you cau ulioid jt^ tiiexuoio  you need it.,.,  Tho iiaportantpoiiit is to get the right scale.  The Chatham A'aiin Scale is built in .three  styles,; each'one strongly and honestly built,  No. 2���������12������ E&������  No. 3���������240 m*  soliito accurucy nomattci  Poultry r.iialng pay~.  Pcoj)io -a ho tell you that there la no money la  raising clucks may Lave tried to make money  in the business by using setting hons as hatch*  era, and. thoy iniRhfc as well have tried to local/j  a gold mine in the cabbage patch.   The busi.  ,���������������������������  ties? of^a hen is���������tolay eggs.   As a hatcher and  ,..wj ���������5/S "brooder she is outclassed.   That's tho business!  ���������in^. ,?i    of the Chatham Incubator and Brooder, and  howeonstaafctheuso.' thev do-*-������������M������������-'v1ahasuC^RRf,hi-.  tliey do itpsi'fecUy and successfully.  Tho Chatham Fr.riu b'ealo is easily conver-      The poultry  huslnoss,  properly conancted,  tihlo' into , a  usoiul truel:.     By moving- tho(, pays far boUcr than any other business lor tha,,,  :   daves screenings for feed.        ,. '   " ������.������.������ ...���������,T  ���������^^-. ���������^w...-    *..j ���������iw.riij;  w,. ;-������*���������--���������--������������������,-'��������� -���������-���������- -������������������;������������������  Works easily and smoothly, combines siia- lever, you  throw-tho. weight, oft* tho -knife Amount of time and mouey invested,  plicity with ingenuity. edges on to the solid frame of tho truek.'.This    .Thousands o������ po-altry-niiscrs���������hien &nd ���������������>  ,Th������ Chatham Kanninj; "Mi 11-7111 pay for itself pr-'-ei-vea tho lunle edges and give* solid- men all over Canada a'ld.tho Unitod States-  over and over in one year. ]t is tho greatest) i^y lo the ti-uek^ When you move tho lever to havo proved to thcirsaUsfoctlon that it ianroflb-  eoonomizer and profit-builder on. tho 'arm. 10 throw tliosc-alointo utToayainit auloiaaticnUy'.'able to raise chicks with the Chatham lacu-  ensures bigger crops of better grain. adjustsit'elf withoutanytroubloto you.   itis bator and Brooder. -    .    - ...  II it were not the best it would notnow bo in the only licalq-iuajIoiiiCaiiadH. that will do this.1 ������������������'��������� The Chatham Incubator and'Brooder hi hox������-  - bo in the only ucalo made in CanaUa tlm t will do thia.  ubo on. hundreds of thousands of farms In   . The UhathaiuFar/uScale iaaUsolutoly'accui--  Canada and United States!   Furnished "with ate.   Before we ship a Chatham  or without Uagging Attacliment, as desired.       it is thoroughly gone over by t  -ft-������ AWARDSrIIigheSt award, at yrorM's ^^^^J^^^^^^S^i ^SS^S^^^^  Fair.  St. Louis: J-au-Amorieaji, Bunaio: stanm and gives us a ceuilieato of accuracy     ^    nu*u ���������   V      I , a ���������     -  Worlds Fair,   Fans.   Franco;    Toionto.  winch goes with the scale. ,Th? Chatham   Incubator, and Brooder is  Winnipeg, Halifax, Charlestou, Savannah     Wo will ship a Chatham Farm Scale nnv- si-aple as vrcll aa scientific in construction���������a  and Jacksonville where in Canada.   JDon't send us any money   jvpman or prl can operate Uio machine in Uwlp  .   Don't send us any money. Jv?'naP^S?���������'?f-  ordorand we'll send thosealo leisure moments.  rpror  bam  paid, and  OUARANTEE-Every mill guaranteed for live J"^^"^1i" J,ouT     , ,  ���������, ,  years,  lasts a lifetime. as fast as the railroad can get it to you.   Our     Ourpronnsition is this: Wowillship youtho,  -J        _tT^7.i. ,l ~ t*      .      ,,.��������� , terms of payment aie acknowledged to bo the Chatham Incubator and Eroodcr freightTtSvT  Wo send the Chatham Fanning Mdl to any most liberal ever offered.    Ask your neighbor. *-/,1-a-lnal*-1 ^uoa^ -aa i-roouxr. ireujM pre-  /Isrmer on receipt of Jus order, at anna, without     Send us your nameand address on a past card _,       _.  any cash down, aad tho most liberal tonus of nmi we'll mail you our booklet about  tho Yon Pay No Cash Until After  payment Chatham Farm Scale. ions  Harvest  ,Wr������������������i n������ Pawnrotrr mn nn^ Vr*m PnnV      Time may mean considerable loss of money  -2!R:*mSo5SS^*������SS*?- B������0t ^������^ th<" P������St taM ^^ entitled.  Wocan supply you quickly from our distributing warehouses at Calgary, Brandonr Itegina, Winnipeg, New Westminster, B.C., Montreal.  HaltfaT, Chatham.    Factories at Chatham, Ost., and Detroit, Micil     ~ /   &vt'  Send for our handsomely illustrated booklet;'  How to Make Money Out of Chick*.."  '  The MANSON CAMPBELL Co., Limited, Dept. No. 15 ACHATHAM. CANADA  Sin:>������'������,   siu-rt-il   Eli'ifhxntm.  l-'ew persons  \isit  Ihmskok without  uivliiR a  look  at those purls of the  ���������o.val palace open to the public.    Here  uo  situate   the   treasury,   foreign   of-  ifr. department of'tlie interior, royal  Minify ntnl the sacred white elephants  i'hose   last   number  four  and  cnii   b-  ei>n by any one willing to pay a sinal  iiiintiiit of bakslieesb to their keeper-  "hey   are  rather a   miserable  lookin;  ot of beasts, tlieir mottled gray -cole  ciiiiinling   one   of   a   highly,   leprou  'li>ii:i 111-111. while, sad to say. they aj  ear to the casual spectator to be otii  all" fed.    Each  lias a separate horns-  3 himself,  where he remains cliainei  ill day to a gilded post.    Korinerly po  tical   ofl'emU'i's   of   noble   rank   wen  nteticed  (o cut  grass for the sacret  linials. but this custom has now beei  bolWied.  Art. Coin I   Fly nin kins.  The trade of artiticial   flymaking  i.<  llu-   lightest  fingered   business  In   tbe  world, and it is not one man or woman  out of 5,000 who can learu to tie flies.  These   tyers   are   remarkable   for tbe  beauty   and   delicacy   of  their  and only tbe cleverest of tin  deal with the "niggling" work ot k.iot  tin;,*' hairs that can hardly be seen.  aud  K:sliii;i   S!:;\Ii ioo:iim.  Ill the light of modern iiM'iiiry tber  eeins   to   he  no  reason   for   bollo\ in*.  !iat   mushrooms  possess  any  givatw  ood  \alue than other ordinary  fresl  egetable foods, and in many respects-  hey comjiare unfavorably  wilh them  ���������ays   the   London   Lancet.     Still.   Lin  resh. tender mushroom is undoubted  .' easily digesiiiile. as it contains car  ((hydrates, in .-1(1(1111011 to some dieler-  ������������������ value.    This value is not comparable  villi that possessed by essential foods  ���������ucli   as   moat,   milk   and   eggs.     The  Mushroom,   however,  contains an   tin-  i.-ainl   propoi'Uon   of   potassium   salts.  .*ew will deny  that the mushroom is  ni excellent adjunct to many dishes.  t  lias an  appetizing  llavor.  and  ibis  liiality alone makes it dietctically val  lable.  Tlion^htfnl.  '���������Well,  he's a   very thoughtful  good hearted fellow anyway."  ���������'1 can't see it. i was at his home  yesterday, and it never occurred to  him to ask niq to stay to dinner."  "That's just the point' his. wife Is  taking cooking lessons."  Willie's  Qnery.  IMttle Willie���������Say, pa, this book  x-ieatoees is a good thing for a girl,  and  if  she does  not   learn   it when  young she never will.   It takes a great'  deal more neatness to make a girl look,  well than'It does to malie a boy look  passable���������not because a boy, to start  with, is better looking than a girl, but  ->ir  bands,  j bis clothes are of a different sort; not  ngers can    g������ many colors in tbom, and people do'  not expect a boy to look so pretty as a  girl, snys Woman's Life. A girl that la  not neatly dressed is called a sloven.(  and no one likes to look at ber.   Her;  face ' may   be   pretty   and   ber  eyes  bright, but If there is a spot of dirt  on ber cheek and her finger ends aro  black with ink and ber shoes are ndc  laced  or  buttoned   and   her  skirt  ia  torn she cannot be liked.   Learn to be  neat, and  when you  have learned it  will almost take care of itself.  sayf  nature never wastes anything1.  Pa���������I guess that's right, my 6on.  Willie���������Then what's the use of a cow  having two horns When she can't even  play on one?  A Sudden Departure.  Clapham���������Didn't your new cook leaf*  you rather suddenly?  Krixtou���������Yes. She got mixed in her  dates. She had a policeman and burglar call on ber the same evening,���������  Pick Me Up.  S.������;ne   XmiNCiKie.  "The bow of a ship." says a hiiinor-  >us handbook of nautical trni-'s. "is  iot evidence of politeness. It reminds  :s 6f a line in ���������Klotsam From the  this: "  \nil the hands went up lo the nose of tin  bout. (I't-pl.-tyinK a lac.1: ol  good t.isio.  And   lr-st   b(t-,::ii   to  pull  at   her   bta;.s and  then  to bcriib at  her w.mt.  This,   it   may   he  r- mciu'-erpd. occur  .���������������������������d elT the Isle of ItudciiCNS. where���������  A spit r.in doiwi to lhe bay,  And a tonjjuo of land piojeeled  in a mosl  unmanneily ������v������y  An   C\ rlisi ii no   of   CoiirK-sics.  "No, suli." said Mr. Krastns Pinkley  "1 nebbcr sold my vole to nobody."  "lint that candidate ga\o you S-."  "Yussir. 1 doesn't deny dat. H<  jes' come along an' gimme dat two  an' when a geinman comes along an  gives you .>''2 fob un'liii' it ain't no mo  dan common i'oci'J."Oci:y to vote [oh  him fob iiuIUu*.  Experimenting.  Mrs. Dearborn���������Which do you think  Is the luckiest month to be married in?  Mrs. Wabash ���������I don't know. I've  tried April, May, June and July, but I  think I'll try som������ other month next  time.  Grammar  and  Conscience.  Woii'd you say, "This is some one  else's umbrella,'' or "This is some one's  o'S3 umbrella?" Or would you just pre  (end that it was yours?���������Boston Globe.  The   first   shipment  of   wheat   frr.-n,  'bfeago   via   the   lakes   was   made   in  '.S.'.'.S.    The shipment consisted of sev-  ���������Mtv-.-tcht bushels.  Rhinocerosea With  T-ro Horns.  Several species of rhinoceroses, now  extinct and only found in a fossil state,  Used to exist which had no horns at  all. The name, meaning as it does  '���������horned nose," is rather a misnomer in  iheir oase. Several kinds of rhinoceroses  in Africa have two horns, one behind  the other, but the extinct rhinoceros,  known as the dyceratherlum, had a  pair of horns on its nose side by side.  Ho���������r American, Women Travel.  Most American women abroad wcirkl  bard.   They travel in all sorts of dig-;  'comfort, rising "while.It,is yet night,*  j walking tbrougb miles of picture gal-1  ' leries,   visiting ancient churches audi  (cathedrals and  "doing"  all  kinds ofj  places in which they take no interest I  They  go to so  many cities  and,see[  them so superficially that they knowj  1 nothing   about   any  of   them   reall/J  - How can any one know anything of a|  country,  its  people,   institutions.  Ian  guage,     art,     architecture,      morals,  schools or anything else just by vaeinf J  through  it with  a  party  of  nervous,'!  hurried strangers, each  member of irl  tired and worn to a frazzle?��������� Woniaj-'j]  EJome Companion.  Jehoram,  king of Judab, died of  loathsome  disease   which  caused hij  body  to drop to  pieces before deatll  came to his relief.  An Ancient Statue.  During the excavations at the Fo  rum, in Rome, a colossal statue of thJ  Empress Faustina was discovered id  front of tbe temple of Antoninus'an^  Faustina-  Window   Slop.  A good thing to polish windows wifcl  Is a small baud mop made of scraps cl  chamois. Hits uo larger than a silvJ  dollar can be used. String tln-m af  together on a piece of strong twine an J  tie into a bunch. When dirty, wash  out, dry and before using rub it soil  In your hands. The mop improvi  with use.  For 33 Years  Jamaican  Lady  Speaks  Highly of  Chamberlain's  Cough  Remedy.  Mrs.  Michael Hart,  wife of the superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston,   Jamaica, West Indies Islands,  snys   that- she lias   for some years used  Chamberlain's   Cough  Remedy  for-  coughs, .   croup and  ���������, '.ooping cough  and has found'-it very beneficial.   She  lias      implicit     confidence  in it  and  would not   be without  a bottle   of it  in      her home.   Sold by  Ladysmith  J Pii.1 rmacy.  Ladysmith Temple No.  5  Rathbone  Sisters meets at the Oddfellows' hall  2nd   and  4th  Tuesday  at   7.30   p.m.  Mrs. 'Kate  Tate secretary.  Sunlight SoRp is bettar than other soaps,  but is beat -when used in tho Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Soap and fellow directions.  DUB STOCK  S COMPLETE  III GEMS'  Shiloh's Consumption Cure, the Lung  Tonic, has been before the public, and  this, together with the (act that its sales  liave steadily increased year by year, is the  best proof of the merit of  Shiloh  Rubbers, rubbers, rubers, at Simon  -,ciser & Co's., Ltd.  Mens' Clothing, Boys' and Youtks1  Mens' White Dress Shirts, "Hwiin, Sa1  ertis Ncgiigse Shirts in l-'ancy. Patterns, Linen and Celluloid Collars,  Sufi's, Neckties, and Suspenders in  large varieties. In YvAilhs' Boys' and  Mens', silk a,nd Japanese Iniliai  Handkerchiefs, also in Ladies' fancy  silk and liiuen. Boots and Shoes ii  all Sizes.  Don't lorget the place, on High St'.  Next to Hardware Store.  John J. THOMAS.  as a cure for Coughs, Colds, and all  diseases of the lungs and air passages.  Those who have used Shiloh would net  be without it. Those who have ncvel  used it should know that every bottle is  sold with a positive guarantee that, if it  doesn't cure you, the dealer will refund  what you paid for it.    Shiloh  NOTICE  Consiii_ei/S  pay Water     Rates  LADYSIVUTH   WATER   WORKS  are requested te call at   the efTice     on  Roberts   Street  between the .10th   -.ml the 23th of each month.  arrdl  icetas IP. M. 4 30 P.M.  J. J BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.'  W&''&������������3Sff*2  &zusxss!Baz^wt^&&mm:i&  Ha-s Cured  thousands of the most obstinate cases of  Coughs, Colds and Lung troubles. Let it  cure you.  "Last'winter I couRhsd for three month, and  thoueiit 1 was ftcing into Consumption. 1 look all  sorts of medicines, but no'hins; did me any good  until 1 used Shiloh's Consumption Cure. Four  bottles cured me. This winter 1 had a very bad  cold, was not able to speak, my lung, were sore  on lhe side nnd baclc. Six bottle, of Shiloh made  roe well osaln. I have given il to ������everal people  and every one of them have beon cured.���������D.  Joseph, St. Hyacinlhc, Que." 6oi  25c. ' with    guarantee    at   all   druggists.  Public  Notice  Attention Is called to ihe  tact that the  Ogilvie   Flour iliils Co,   Limited  makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR,     have lor some .lmV  past been producing flow in &  vastly improved and pmrifleri  lorm  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control ol   all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of a dvising the public that any  orized users of the electrical   flour purifying processes  will  he prosecuted.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Compaay limited  -raiUorsia Oaa*ia wlose  ela atrii* p������i*30dsa   -  r  are the    only  ���������a?ifi9l by t'l^  Flour f...���������-...-������   .-  *������>^i_ai  THE   DAILY    LEDGFR  WW  rr.m -y.ii mi*a__:  3=  ���������   - ��������� ---���������-  LOCAL ITEMS  Miss E. Dob������vnn will fire lessons  Vecal Culture. Pkrasiig, manage  "������������������at ami control of breath, tone  proiuetioH, officieaUy taught. For  particulars apply Bor 12, or Phone  146, Nanaiai#.  'EXCS������g3BBBBBBm\  Mr. F. Baby went down to Victoria on the nine o'clock train this  morning.  .Mrs. J. T. Roclgcrs left- on thc  morning train on a visit, to Chcinai-  nus.  Today is the last day when tenders  for clearing thc Sports Ground will  be    received. By   tonight  qjiiie :l  number of tenders will  be in.  ASK  YOUR GROCER FOR  CUPONS  WHEN YOU PURCHASE  WHITE  SOAP  Mrs. J.'McK nnell leaves in a day  or two for Tacoina, where she will  spend a few months visiting relatives. Mrs. "McKinncll lias no.t.?>cii  weli for some tune, nnd i.s taking  the trip for the benefit- of her   health  On Feb. 9th., a newly formed dramatic , society known as the Lyric  Dramatic Club will present a musical farce in two jcls in llic local  Opera House. The obtf'ecl on' the  performance will be of interest to  all Lady&jnith people.  NOTICE.  Notice is given that teamsters or  any other person throwing garbage  on the E. & N. property, Victoria  Road, ,after .tin's dale, will be prosecuted.  E. & N. LAND  DEPARTMENT"  .   ' CARD  OF      THANKS  Mr. and Mrs. James Pro van desire  to extend their .sincere thanks to  those people who sent flowers to  the funeral of their late beloved  daughter, and f0r their many expressions of sympathy and other  kindness received at the hands of  friends during (.heir recent bereave-  ment.  YOU MAY WIN A SINGER SEWING MACHINE j|  A   Special   Line.of Ladies'   Slipper (  Cleaiins at $1-00 pair ' )  IILA1K & ADAM.  Buy your Citini  Hoots and   Rubbers  at Simon Leiser <fc Co's., Ltd.   o ���������  Smoke Uig H.  Cigars.  Spring is ncur aad when ordering  llower and garden seeds, fruit and  ornamental trees, and so forth, remember time and trouble are saved  i.y ordering from* M. J. Henry, Vancouver. , Vou get the best anil your  order wi 1 be attended to promptly.  Look over his advertisement "on page  two and send  in  vour order.'  IT DBFI  i.IJJi-!  MUSIC  Pianoforte and Vocal Music thoroughly taught by Frank G. Ashtou,  Guild Hall School and Trinity; College of Music, London, England.  Pupil of the late Thomas Wiinpfiani.  Mas. D. <fe C, Organist, Bronipl-n  Oratory, London.  Is now   resiuent in Ladysmith  and  prepared   to  take pupils.      HJarmoiiy  aand'Theory  a  Specialty.  Terms, etc., on application.  P. 0.  BOX  292.  i       ���������>" ������������������       -0  THE GRIP.  "I.'jforo we can sympathize      with  others, '    we must have suffered ourselves."   No  one can  realize  the  sufi-  eiing   attendant upon   an  atU-c!'     of  gripp,   unless   he lias   had the   actual  experience.   There is probably no dis-  ensf      that  causes so much ,physical  nurl mental agony, or which so   successfully defies  medical aid.    AH danger from  the grip, .however,  may  be  avoided   by  the prompt  use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.   Among the  tens of thousands who have used ,this  remedy,   not .one case   has ever  been  reported   that  has resulted   in  pneumonia or that has not recovered. For  sale by  the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  COMPETITION  |3H  ' Jaauary '   magaziaws     at Knight's  Tablet of wriling'paper at all. prices from  10c  tip     at Knight's l.'ook  Store.  ��������� 0: ���������  Smoke Little B. Cigais.  After this date  the price, for bread  delivered at   my     Customers' houses  will he FIVE    CENTS per loaf- 20  loaves      for    a dollar.     My    read is  guaranteed     the best made.       Shops  run    by     while heip    should   receive  "white peoples'/    patronage so ]oii������ as  they are    properly conducted.     i 'solicit, a trial as your Baker.  C.  R. DOCILE,  THE WELLINGTON BAKERY  MR. II.  CECIL  HAS LEFT  ENGLAND  Mrs. II. Cecil informs The Ledger  thai- a ( cablegram, icceived by her  wliile ni Extension a day u-r-two  ago from < England contains the news  that Mr. C'tcil left Liverpool 0n tlie  S. S. Campania, on Saturday last,  lie will arrive at Vancouver on Friday or Saturday of next- week and  Al rs. , Cecil leaves on Monday for  Banff, where <die will meet her husband.  Mrs. Cecil, who left on the four  o'clock train for Extension,, -where  she will si>end a few days with  friends, says that Mr. .Cecil has met)  wilh success in England and in a  month or two     will have fortv men  ALLOA  WOOL  PATON'S CELEBRATED  SCOTCH WOOL-Suitible for  Stockings, Sweaters* JGIovis,  Mitts, Etc.-Ail Golors Arrived  To-day-They Come in 1-4 ft  Bunches and Sell for  Walters &  Akenhead  Dangers      of      Cold   and  How       to  Avoid Them.  More fatalities have their origin in  oi result  from a cold  than from any  other cause.   This  lact  alone should  make  people  more careful   as     there  is no   danger   whatever   from   a. cold  when'it is properly  treated in the beginning.    For many years Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy  has  been   recognized as the most prompt,and   effectual   medicine   in use'  for  this disease.   It acts on   nature's plan, loosens  the cough,'relieves the lungs, opens the secretions and  aids nature ia  restoring    the system     to a healthy  condition.   " Sold  by  the Ladysmith  ' Pharmacy.  NOTICE  Mortgage Sale  IJndcr and by  virtue of the power**  contained in        a certain-     Mortgage  which   will be'  produced at the time  of the sale,   there   will be offered for  sale bj bhiilir    ahction  on  Faturhay  Ffl. 3rd., i'1906,,    at the hour of 10  o'clock in the   forenoon,  at the Law  Office of M. R.  Simpson, if*  the city  'of     Ladysmith, B.     C,  by     G. R.  Thomas,  the following property: Lot  nine     (9)      block ninety-seven,,   (97)  and   buildings   ' thereon, s tuatred on  Baden Powell    street,'in the City of  I Ladysmith.  Terms of payment can ,be arranged  wiili thc Mortgagor or his Solicitor.  For  further  particulars  and condi-  iions of sale apply to  RUSSELL SIMPSON  Solicitor for the Mortgagee.  Dated at Ladysmith  this 29th day  of .January, A. D., 1906.  GEO. E MARTIN  BARRISTER   ANIL SOLICITOR,  OFFICE  Opposite Windsor Hotel  NANAIMO, I. C.  NOTICE  The Drygoods Department of  our slore Will Be Closed on  THURSDAY FEB. 1ST.  for the Purpose of Stocktaking  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  GATACRE. 8T  JLADYSMITH  at work at the  back of Ladysmith.  o-  conipany s  mine  DUNDEEl  WHISK  SCOTLAND'S BEST  THE HUDSON BAY CO  KLIOCTRfC LIGHTS  As will     lie seen by the report of  Monday     evening's  Council    meeting  published in The Ledger of yesterday  the members of the Council have already     tnken    up the    matter of the  Iig-Jillingl     of the city   by  electricity.  Hy all    who wish to see the city, go  ahead    mid      that    surely  means all  people   owning     property or  having  business    interests    in the town the  discussion  itself on the matter Monday     evening is,   ta. hopeful1 sign.   It  indicates     that     some members,  at  least.*    aru     determined  to make a  strong fclfort to     get the streets decently/   lighted. The whole hoard  was   not present      and  therefore   the  opinion    of     sojiit is not    definitely  known, but   it     is generally thought  Uint     all       members of the council  will  work    together to get  this necessary     i-mprovemmt..    .   That  iti is  necessary we are sure all clear hfcrad-  o<I people     will admit,  and in corm-  mending the  memjbers of the council  ���������for so promptly  taking  up  tho .matter we. remind the citizens that their  hearty,' support should    be'accorded  the mayor  and his colleagues in  this  movement.  TONIGHT  W.G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor,  (ist 'Avenue)  Pall Stock  on   hand. Gall early and  get your choice  Stoves  SEATTLE VS. LADYSMITH  FIRE BRIGADE VS-  ALLGOMERS  OPERA HOUSE  DOORS OPEN AT 7 O'CLOCK  SFIRSTGAME 7 30  Stoves  We are-maklng them oi_the Newest ^Pattern and Lates-  Styles./  WE DO ALL KINDS OF FOUNDRY WORK  ' Our Prices are Reasons, ble  SEE OUR   NEW STOVES IN BLAIR. AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  \ and at Lsdysmilh Hardware Company  LADYSniTH   IRON & STOVE WORKS CO,, LTD.  -  -r���������-- ���������-������-���������/* --������������������--���������  ADMISSION .���������.25C.  Money   talks,   but, we  don't sJl  get  a oljanc������ to answer hack.  \ ^^M^2Hi^SM^^^m^^2^^2^^S^.  Van Camp's  Concentrate.  S  ���������Tim celebrated    VAN  CAMP'S  SOIU'S,  in the following*���������  VEGETABLE,' OX-TAIL, TOMATO,  ROUILLION,  WATCHES  We are now showing a  Large Stock of  Handsome Watches, Ladies and Gents  and Other Jewelry^of First Ciass Quality  esatwsK-rsae  B FORCIMHER  WAlCNMAKriR,   JEWELER,  OPTICIAN  First Avenue,    X   X   X      Ladysmith,   B.C  13 Cr*     1   111  Van Camp's PORK AND EKANS in  U lb. Tins,  2f> Cents.  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done  S. ROEDDIMG    -  ^   f*   **  Orders  Promptly   Executed  -   LADYSSV3ITH  Blair & A  Notice  A. HOWE,[of CHEMAINUS, has opened the MEAT-  MARKET lately    run  by W. Ward, on Roberts street  WITH A FULL ;LINE OF FIRST CLASS MEATS  and Sausage a Specialty  A T^IAL SOLICITED  A.   HOWE  Phone 20  'vaiBfK".'.".  COUGH REMEDY '  'Mr.  E.  G.  Case,  a mail carries o'  Canton Centre,  Conn ,  who has been  tn the U S. servica for about sixteen,  years,   says:   "Wc     have tried many  cough medicines for croup, but Chamberlain's  Cough     Remedy is king of  all and one to be relied on every time  We also find     it tha best ren'iedy'lor  coughs,and     colds, giving certain results   and   leaving     no bad after ef  reels."     For siie by The Lady������nitb  Pliarmaey. > ������������������  "Tht rni-rmc* of my lift'," Mid th������  remlnieeent man, "Wat when I wi-j  veiling patent medicine* lu Rusali j  One day I attcndotl a review of a crac i  r9clnirnt,. and auddeuly ������very man 1. |  tb������ ranki began snouting for all b..!  ���������-a- worth. In a trlct I bad my un. :  pla cas* op*n and iraa trying to Ml i  tba commli-ary a carload of my autl ���������  Krlp pellets' when u������ rudely Informet'.;  ma that th������ troopa wor������ only balllnj:  rrlth dellKbt tba arrival of General-  A kachoocbebwdooskl."-  Dr. E. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  .^11  work guaranteed, _ud at  reasi-.-  able rates.  RESIDENCE AND OFFICE  Gatacre St. Ladysmith  OPEN  AT   ALL  F?Ol'RS  :3  ATENTS  DESIGNS  TRADE .HARKS  AND COPYRIGHT* .  OBTAINED  r 'illVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY  > r>vti(;o in " Invaativa Age "  t Hook. ������������������Ho-rtoobUinPaTant*"  \ Ch*r(i''Svwi'rriie. HofMti'l patent is  T ���������    Ltltaru strictlyconfldonti.il.   Addre-e,        i  r E. 9. SIGGERS, Patml Lawytr. Washington, D. C.':  FStEE  teenrad.  CtfMfRCIAt HOrtt  MR. and MRS, f. J. THOMAS, late  of    Mount Sicker Hotel, and of tin..  Palace Hotel,  Nanaimo, have     .--������������������  ck������se*i the   COMMERCIAL HOTEL���������-  en Douglas Street, Victoria, opposite  the, city  kail,  and invite their-   old  PATRONS ANB FRIENDS TO VISIT THEM WHEN IN VIC-  TORiA.  pleted by March 15 to the satisfaction of the conmi-jtlee. Tenders to  be scaled ami, addressed to thc Secretary. Lowest or *ny tender not  necessarily accepted.  Plans of     ground on view at-For-;  cimmer?s  Jewelry Stora.  .  HUGH THOR^LET,  Sec. of Commitl*e.:  M.R. SIMPSON  Solicitor, Cta.  to   Loan  t. Avenue  LADYSMI  TENDERS.  Tenders will be received hy'the undersigned up to Feb. lOfch, next at  6 o'clock p. in., for supplying and  delivering at the Shingle Mill, Ladysmith. :.....'''  40.i:<lcs 40. ft. long at least 11 in.  at top end. '������������������.;���������>! .'���������  .These piles must be.stfaigl.it and  cut from green', standing timber and  delivered not later than 30 day? after acceptance  of tender.  lowest or any tender *icfc .necessai-  ily accepted.  Ths LADYSMITH LUMBER CO.  NOTICE  HAY, GRAIN and  _jmmmt  Ord������rs  will   b������  delivered  auywhe. ���������  fn the city promptly and at the lo  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Cbristie'a,  ob  tk������  Eiplanadi.  James Warrtbck  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWCCN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  And tba Principal Builneu Centera of  Ontario- Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS, j  For Time Tablet, etc., eddreti  OKO. W. VAUX,  AsiliUnt Gou'l Faisenger and Ticket Agent,  ia������ aoAua ������t., Chicago, ill.  Biaries for 1986 at Knight's Book  St������r������>.  NOTICE "  Tenders will be received up to and  including Jan. 31st., for clearing and,  levelling-', ' thev proposed athletic  ground, , compirised in blocks 32 and  33, Ladysmith.  ,Th# work, tp be com-  Notice is hereby given that I will  apply at the next sitting of tke Municipal Licensing Board for the trans  fer of the retail li.qiiar bcetise held:  by nit for the Portland Hotel, sitiua-.  ted on Lot 10, Block 4,; First Avenue, to David Hynes.  JOHN GOGO  Russell Simpson/Solicitor.  * ���������  .'.' ������������������aw'Ji  "CAPITAL   CAN   BE EASILY IN  TERESTED it your business is  sound and legitimate; wc will rc-or--  gani/.e you on a money earning basis';,  new enterprises successfully promoted; incorporated; guaranteeing; underwriting; public works financed;;  corporat" securities ' larketed; write:  us. ...  CORPORATION SERVICE!  COMPANY, of America, Pennsylvania bid.,  Philadelphia,  Pa. "  The funny    part of it  is, a   dade's  hair parted  in the mithile.  NOTICE  From      this  date  the undersigned  will not  b*  responsible for  any  in--  debtcdnoss ' incurred  tAccpt oa      a\  written order signed by the s&cretaryi'  Rowland  Machin.  V.  I.  EXPLORATION &, DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 190&.

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