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 w  ' t'h  **  .(/  IWrtj  o ���������  "*T__-"a. I U'Jif  ItiitjIJM^-^JP  '"**���������?���������*.  f1  1  TheLadysmith D  tGL..a  WEDNESDAY, JAN.   21,   l'JOC  PR7C  BOT  w  (IT WAS JOHN  1    POWELL DROWNED  The Body Found Was That of a Form_  er Resident of  Ladysmith  |lt  Will   Be Recalled Thar Mr. Powel  ; Lived Wi'h Hils Family on  First Avenue  115 HAVE PERISHED  OUT OF ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY ON  .BOARD THE VALENCIA WRECKED  ON WEST COAST ONLY 15 LIVE  A special to The Ledger ;from Victoria, gives thc following concerning  these columns last evening.  The S. S. Dannie, arriving at Ran  Held  at noon,   wired   your  correspon  on board, secured from the survivors  at Cama\ali (lie location of the Valencia. She'started for the spot and  was followed by the Oar and tlie  Qiktti.     The Litter ships did nol'gel  dent    that   out of    one   hundred find   far enough, to ste the wreck but'the  |(  In   regard   lo <h������   -John Powell'. of   might   show    thai  a     out  had  bc-n  we referred ' ",a(,a at lllis   "oillt"     The b(Ki>' is '"  | Ltuly sin i t h ,to whom  joinc days ago 'and a-sVl for i������for-  jnation, a California!) despatch gi.e-s  'particulars as follows: Uudoufcudly  |\'t was the former-resident of-Lady-  mi th who Jived in one ol the Davis  ouscs on  First  .Wcnue:      , *  Oakland, California. .The 'mystery  " tfhc floating corpse which was sctail  (''the estuary.some weelsago  haw,  thirty .passongc.s      and  orhw   of  the  steamer Valencia,   which -'was   wrecked cnivilic'   West  Coast, only fifteen  are saved.  Tlie Salvor  which was  sent tout ,lo  such     a condition      thai   it is almost   the wrecked vessel to save'if possilfe1-  V..  ji a measure, been sol\e.l in  thu'dis-  :i\'ery of a liody from which the. flt'Mi  'as bkieii *atcn and the skin laid I hi^  io the   wash of the, waves and Hie clients.   The body  is  supposed   t-ol'ij  jat   of Jolui      Powell,  who was an  luployc   of the"    W������Miiift������oii Colliery   men    j���������    the Day     belwun  the   Key  I'oiapany. ' Ko:t.' Pier and  Mia     long wharf of  [[There are no "-marl's of   vioirnee on jj-hc Su'.ilhvrn   'antic      Company.     By  f/ie-bodjrL   though there is a Strang-.! 'all'appearance  the body hud ' been'in  1 >pearai)(.-e        at the     thio.it   which   the hay for six  weeks at  least-.  Sahor approached rairly close and  there was.not a sign of a .living  creature on boa-id. A boat was  found tossing bottom up in the water .and it is thoiisiht probable that  those loll on'hoard yesterday  put oft  impossible   for  the  Coroner  to  make j those -who were (reported to-be still j in'it   in hope of reaching  atifety and  an i e-vatiiinaUon   ��������� -which can piovc of'���������  ' '���������  value in     uetsrnniiiing the manner of  death.      There   is a pair of partially  eaten    blue   overalls   on tho hotly, a  flannel   shirt,    no collar and a'badly  worn coat and vest.'"  , The only chance of pladjifc tii)c man  is   a bank  boo'������'   which shows deposits in the Posloflice ftaAlmyli'Bank' at  Ladysmith ,  B. C,   Tlie last dol*o<������il  was made   Deceiiit'jrc   23r,d, .showing  S.10    put     away.   Withdrawals show  Hut there is no balaiue  in the  b?nk.  The body     was found bv longshore-  that  the     heavy seas overturned the  c-aft. ������  The names of the survivors aro'  F. P. Bunker, assistant school super  intendent, Seattle.     He lost bis wife  and daughter; J. Rilchey, fireman;  Chtis. Lemuel, 'first* Inlaws, Sp-MAle  M. 11 lime , R. .Brown, .1. Shannon,  Oakland; .1 McCaffrey. S. Shields,  I\ .1. Campbell, Raholas, A. WeJls,  U. S. Navy; J. Mark, W. Coslin, H  Lennorson, T.   Brown.  THE FALL OF  J. X. SMITH  Noted    Colored   Man   Pleads   Guilty,  -$94 or Two  Months  Poses as a Strictly Moral And 111 Treated Restaurant  Keeper  '���������Fiftcer   tollars and costs  or tlur-  thmld  filANT A GOOD  [  MUNI mm\  i  F  /-  mm  \h-  w*  It  UHOER UffCLE  *���������    SiMS FLAG  I{Tha following article from the  January number of the World's  Kirk on ' "American and Canadian  Llciprocity in Men" brings very vi-  F/Lly, too vividly, to mind what'  [fiendid material this country has  -at. It ia an articlo that picsents  ^   serious     problem.    Thu    article  Orha movement of population fro'"  jb United   States  to Canada     has  [traded much attention, mainly bo-  JlUso of its novelty.     Bui, the move  ient     from Canada    to the United  tales is of course, many times ^lar-  r.     Jn fact Canada has sent    -'is  i'ore immigrants than any country,,  ccept Germany and Ireland; for the  ativc Canadians now living in   the  nited   States  number 1,200,000  of  hom about ono-third are     Frencb-  anadians.  ^Boston has a larger Canadian portion    tl������an     Halifax,     and one  Luld not be tar wrong in calling it  ^capital city ol all the maritime  Evinces.     The State of New York  U a Canadian population of 177,-  ������0,' chiefly English speaking and reding in cities.        There are     rela,  Cely few Canadians in Ohio, In-  rsina. and Iowa, which arc a littla  |<uth of the lino of migration, but  ("mrly three hundred thousand live  U Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota  Bd the Dakotas, which olTered great  idiucements to Canadian settlers,  T^en land was cheap and the   pros-  j;ta of the Canadian Northwest  fire not so bright as thoy aro now.  [' / Montana 'there are fourteen thous-  nd persons of Canadian birth,      in  jlol'ado  ton   thousand,  in  Wnshing-  .n twenty thousand, ami in Califor-  \>& twenty-eight thousand.      Several  Iowa  'ties of the United  States  have      a'and   Labor  members,' with   tho Tnsn  Snsiderable      Canadian    population   !300;   Conservative majority,  69.  ich as  Chicago,   thirty-five      tlioU3-',..,.,.���������,  :^id;     Detroit twenty-nlno  thousand,  i'ew     York     twonty-two   thousand,  ".all      River   twenty-threo   thousand,  jowoll  nineteen  thousand,  and BufTa  n seventeen thousand.  ISome of the most successful     men  <i  the     United   States are of Canadian birth, among them Mr.      J.   ������T.  rrfill,   tbe great railway owner     and  IVanager,    and Mr.   H.  J.  Chisholm,  Iresldent of tho International Paper  j'ompany.       Two of the dignitaries  |f the,Roman   Catholic church,  Arch  'ishop Quiglcy of Chicago, and Arch  ���������ishop  Riordan.      of   San  Francisco;  ishops Anderson, Brent, Niles, Wil-  pams and Howe of tho Protestant  Episcopal Church, and Bishops Ber-  IV, Fowler and Warne of the Mctho-  't.lst Episcopal Church, and Mr. Fran  VJiB Edward Clark,  founder of the So  lety'of      Christian  Endeavor,      aro  anadians.  IN IMPERIAL  PARLIAMENT  Canadians will share the pleasutc  following at least two of the victories in Saturday's Pritish elections,  won by Sir Gilbert Parker In Graves  end, and Mr. Homar Greenwood <n  York. Sir Gilbert Parker cntc.il  British politics in l'JOO as Unionist  member for Gruvescnd with a majority ot 738, and ia now re-elected by  1,689 aa a supporter of Mr. Ghati-  berlain. Sir Gilbert was born AC.  years ago, and at one time studi.O  theology in Trinity ^University, Toronto. After some co'ntfibutions to  the press, ho removed- to Australia  in 1880, where he soon turned fivu  journalist to playwright. Removing to England he entered upon a  literary career, which has been 'mark  ed by unusual success, beginning with  the publication ..'of "Pierre and ITisi-  roople"' in 1892, and cif>nlinuuv������  with a dozen others,'touching I'/e  life ,of rural Quebec,'the ;;0i\ :a<l: an  Northwest, and! other cbu-r..>hs. ','~"ir  Gilbert frequently visits' Iris ��������� ativc  land, and waa present "at "t'lfa" '.niiug-  uratioh ceremonies at _Edmrut.������a/anc  Regina last autumn.' "'  The victory of Mr. Honiar Greenwood ia a tribute to sheer ;|i.���������.","���������'  not to speak of merit inJ.n : ^bjOo  cause. Mr. Greenwood ������,as ������������������������>*- _^"���������������'  nearly four years' work ������������������i-i1'York preparing, for this elerlion. '.:ic liilvno->'  ��������������������������� .< ��������� -  When the late House of Commons  began its sittings, on Dec. 3, 1900,  it numbered 402 Conservatives and  Liberal Unionists -as'against" _" 267  Liberals and Irish ���������Rationalists.'-This  made tho Tory mnjority over all. 1.35  and'seemed to ensure the Unionists  a decade of power. The bye-elections-., reduced this mnjority somewhat and the grouping of parties  tit dissolution was about as fol-  Conac-rvatfves,  869;  Liberals  / A surprising number of educators  ]iavo migrated to the United States,  frhere, there are now 13,000 iteachers  for example, President Jacob G.  Schurman of Cornell, Prof. Simon  Newcomb, the astronomer; Profs.  McVano o! Harvard, Carpenter ot  Columbia, McKenzIe of Philadelphia,  Craig of .Michigan, FairclougL of  Stanford,      and  perhaps a     hundred  more.  Four thousand physicians and surgeons and three thousand engineers  of Canadian birth, are practising  their professions in various parts oi  the United States, among thorn Mr.  James Douglas, twice president of  the American Institute of Mining En  glneers.  But if a list of even Canndian-b-orn  who have become eminent in literature and in all tho arts and professions and in other careers in thc  United States were made, it. would  bo wearisome. The noteworthy fact  Is, that the few hundred thousand  American farmers that arc going to  the Northwest provinces to develop  them   are  only    part  repayment  for  The-Opera House was packed Jast  nigM. Thc  of the eritorwiinmeni |  Watson Company on the previous ev- j  cuing had spread and the crowd  went with Iho intention of spending,  an enjoynSifci evening and'it is.'pleasing to say they were not,disappointed.: In many respects The Golden  Oiant Mine was superior to the production on Monday evening.; it was  iiol vso. exaggerated. The plot w.is  pretty and the play was well ar-  uqI anew-onf/hiil it was distinctly  Agents Say it is All Right  And Flourishing   .  s    news or the excellence       M<?SS,S-  Mu,,roc and Mu,,roc- ���������-  .���������lamment ,-ivided bv the   8*rs f������''  l"C     MarC������ni   un,J,:rwri^s.  1 have,   written The   U'o.rid a letti.  Tltt-  HO UNPLEASANT  AFTER EFFECTS  er ".n  which (hey detail lhe'progress il.e  company is making in Canada toward perfecting their scheme.. Tne  letter was prompted by an ariiclc  whu-h 'appeared ia ThciWoVid soim;  thrcv weeks ago. Th������ writer 'goes  qhilr. fully .into the whole question  and encloses > liteiaturc which ev-  plaiiiK the wireless system. lie  maintains that thc company-arc aching    in  the    fcltst of faith with the  ranged, 'and , best of all there were, no ' subscribers   to  tho slock     and  says  unrehcaised        effects.        A    lovely  young    woman    is  rescued   from the  water - by  the owner of the ,uiiic,Knd  taken in i.y   his wis ter  :   "The-' villain  appears     and:    find's    out     that   the  that there   arc now 2.1 stations open  .or    commercial    businosns,     till of  which ale sclf-suppoi ting.      The map  shows a complete network on  (h'j At  hint'"    scacoasl     and   well into   thc  would-ita   suicide     is thc wife of hcrj^ulf of >St.   Lawic-nee.   There  is not  tlie smallest; doubt us to ��������� tin; 4eas  ibiiity of wireless tclprgr.ipliy. No  question as to the value of the inven  tion was raised by The Woilil. What,  was asked for wa<-. information as to  the progress the company was making.      This   the  writer   has supplied.  rescuer's   old:    partner.     She has  in  her possession     pajpers whjch the villain wauls /to obtain and unless'she  nivcs them    up   threatens  lo tell her  story, with     a few'-additions  of his  .o,wn,  which,    would bring shame on  girl to- the. owner ofdhe mine, whoaui,"  of, course,  the,     girl  is in  lo\'e  with.  A  rascally lawyer     is c.miplo\\><i and  the Jo'.'ur       overhears  a conversation  between   lii-iii     and Hic^girl  in which  the attorney    ���������uses .threats, and',   the  girl defies him  , to do   his worst for  she will not-give    up the��������� papers-as  by doing   so she -would  ruin  tha man  she lqves.     lie puts .the'lawyer out,  proposes     marriage and  is  accepted.  While Ibis i������ gointv on .the mino owner's sisk-.r'.alls i,n love with a liK.inl-  some,   devil-imay. "care; good. naturotl  gamljlcr,   ib������t   her -brother refuses .big  consent   to        tho    marriage on the'  grpim'd that allhougli-the gain^ler is )  in's, best friend   his profession  is  too  ignoble.'.       Later in  the play,   after  the owiier of the m'ne is married, the Royalty often assumes the role of a  villain-produces the girl's former bus shop assistant.^ Princess Lou^o,  hand, .who-acr-cs his old partner of j Duchess of Argyll!, takes endless  having .him1 confined to a lunatic asy- |J)ajns in .guifing her bazaar cusimilium  in     oriJer   that he could   oSifanr ers;   the  duchess   of   Connaught   also j changed  does     brisk     business    and  Princess j  Christian  is  a tireless  worker.  Night-watchman 0'Council is an ad-,  ei't at catching dogs. He' ga-Vo  an exhibition of his skill at the  court last evening. Every man  must have brought, a dog with him,  and Toin proceeded to c ear out the  animals. Me crept stealthily up behind f-iie animal, -closed one eye,' dived suddenly and caught the dog by  collar, and murmuring, r'l,vc got  you, you little cur," cast it tfown  stairs.   ������������������  AN EYE TO     BUSINESSS  his, wife. Tliey quarrel and the gambler turns up,. now a wealthy shook  .broker, forgives his friend for his old  Seattle, Jaw. 21���������That song about  the "cold gray dawn of ihe morning  after" will lose its significance; the  fear of that "awful headache" will  be a thing of the past, and tbe glad  some rounder will look upon frequent  successions of the elusive high ball  with a calm and steadfast gaze, serene in the confidence that "jim  jams" have past into history. All  those things will happen if the in-  S'uutions of Dr. G'. \V. Palmer, of  Third avenue, are adoptea by thc  whiskey manufacturers of the United  Stales.  i  Now, when tlie distiller begins to  do business he tills a mash tub with  grain or some other product of the  fields,- subjects it to a great pressure of hot steam, boiling it for  many hours, and thus bringing out  tbe natural saccharine properties.  Then ho dumps it into a fermenting  tub where it is mixed with malt,  hops or a yeast of some kind, after;  which it is placed in the still . and  again subjected to a great heat; and  the steam rising is forced into ' the  sinuous worm from the spigot from  which it emerges raw fire .water���������the  kind the Siwash loves. For the  lovers of good whisky, however this  must be subjected to several years  of treatment, being poured through  charcoal at various intervals to remove the fusel oil, which is thc stuff  directly responsible for the foundation of the W.C.T.U. Then it must  be put away in warehouses to be pro  perly aged.  Now all this tal<es time, money, an  abundance of material, and then a-  gain there are thousands of gallons  of good whisky that float away in  vapor every year on account of . thp.,  imperfections of the old style  "worm."  liut when Dr.  Palmer's method    is  adopted,      all  these  things  will      oe  lie  takes  a barrel   of water,  pours  in all  tho raw sugar     or  cheap molasses,   the  cheaper  thc bet  ty days." said the court to Mr. Ko'b  erl   .Johnson,    the colored .gentleman  of Riclfard's case  fame   Robert smiled   pleasantly i and a member of ���������tlie  henc-li made some remark    respecting  his,  Johnson's * frequent appearance in  court.   Johnson    continued   to smile  and    observed     ;Uial he started  this  year badly and he guessed he'id ,g0 on  being  bad right through   1000  The prospect must have been a pleasant    one.,    for    when the court told  him  to   behave   a*tier ni'the future  the  smile   became   -broader.     There  were several   gentlemen of dusky appearance top   last night and although  they   were all   lined    t-hey all smiled  except, one,  and   that was J. X. Hr  got     crass    and had    another little  "spat,"     with tine prosecuting attorney.  The seven  were charged with playing    cards for     money at a    gaming  house on High   Street ort looking o������  while   ethers   played.       They all admitted      playing , poker 0r    "freeze  out,"    they   called fit    and a plea of  guilty was cntereed in all cases. Mr.  Russell   Simpson, in closing the cash  for thc prosecution called their  worships'    attention to 190, 197  and 198  of   the    code.       All those    accused  ploaded    gfjilt.y   of .playing poker and  the clauses referred   to stale that i-n  games    in    which    there isino hank,  ommonly    called   "rake oil;"  the offense is less   serious.   In poker thero J ne sajtj  , character to be untrue.     He gained,  ���������       !"������ said, an honest living .by running  was, of course,  no bank, and in''Jus-1 ~ .���������4    ,        . - ������ - 6  .      .    ���������.,      . .    ,    . ,      ,,   .; a resta"ra������t   and had worked in the  lice to. the. deioiulants counsel .called   ,oa, min&. both be[(Ke ���������  the attention of the court to Uiejact   strike.    True, he ������had not been work  Their   worships after, asking a few   ,- .   u        . ;    ������ hot  dccq work-  .    . b..     -���������      H1G     "i tho   mine    lately but he had  been   working in    his Restaurant, do-  imedness and consents to'act as bis si,nce tllc late La(]y Granville li-or-  sccond-r in a . duel with the fcAiucr j(ion started a bat shop,  hushwid. . The villain arranges (hat J Countess Fabbricott, a pretty Kn-  thc attorney shall hide-behind a tirec gHshwoman, :s among the latest ream! shoot the ���������former husband, as. in cniils to our soeily milliners; and  all prohability  the other  will" (itv. i������'among others aru Mrs. ."Uertie" Dor-  It  is  now nearly   twenty  years  ago Ix r   thaL  ca]1   b0  cJiSSOived,  slops    It  :..������������������     ji.���������    !..(..    t ���������,)..     r<.... r.,:il���������      !!������,���������    I ' .... ,  around     wiih  a stirring stick     and  the air. The mine   owner will then he  mcr,      cousin  of  Lord  Dormer,  and  turns on enough steam to make the  mess dissolve. Then .he. throws in  a few quarts, of. bran. In the fermenting tub there is another combination waiting���������bran water, and a  convlclc.1   of   murder   and   hanged   the   Ladv  Radlcl   B dalldller of.Lo,(1   ������������nll   amount   of  sugar  which     has  former hus.hand will he dead, and thc StralTord. The'lion. Algernon Burke l,ecomo a Som' tnaSh' '^������nf ^T  villain will be able to ,n,ury the wo- broUlcr of thc KarI .f'.AIayno, has , ,wo,( n,,sl;nH(,coffl; Zr'ZZlnJl'  ...an hc loves and get possession of sUirtw, a l>ric-a-hrac bus ..ess in Yc-,cor,"-?ff t0, Uie, ^V*' \l T*  thc ri.h .nine. However, .tliu attor-! u!cc: the jfon. Airs. Granville Knox t,on ,s ^������^cd thatl wol,,d mnko a  ney stumWes after, hc ������ho0t������������������ and'*_wll0 bcgan hcr. b���������sIllcss career as .^b of prospective booze of the ev-  gives 'the whole   thing away.      All is'a/IIHink.urisU_was   unlil   (|lli(,-   lately ,^'day kind turn green with envy.  .....     ',..   n���������ii���������..   1    Now,     here is  where  tho  diflerci  thius madu iip. ; in     a smart shop  that sold  Italian  It was a  very pathetic   little piece  ful-niturc in London.    It is  an  open  and   'well     playvd.   'Ilit', work  of the  SCCI-et  that Lady W-imbornc   is     tho  miner's sister, Hess c Miss A.   Keith  chief  proprietor  0f  a bn.iok  shop    .in  was funny aiM clover, and Miss Hale   y)OVOr      street.    Then   Mrs.   Patrick,  as the   heroine was  pleasing.     iH.iirry   ]loron   Maxwell   runs  a florist's  t.usi-  Pollard, who by the way i������< b'lcssetl  with a splendid app.cnrance, was by  far the host, in the character of the  gambler, altidough the work of Richard Scott, 'the owner of the mine,  was  beyond   reproach.     Mr.  Watson,  ness with success, and Miss  Kerr, an  mcc  ! becomes   more   pronounced.      Instead  of rambling nroun.:  the foolish worm  thu heat is turned on and the steam  'is forced   under a  high pressure down'  'through  a newly  patented drum condenser which saves every drop  of the  unmarried daughter of the late I o.d fiery Aula. Then must it be "recti-  Frcdcrk-k Kerr, keeps a servants' "od and purified" according to the  registry in Lower Belgrade street, methods prescribed by the gc-vern-  Thc Countess of Warwick no longer ment? Not by a jugful. No, nor  maintains ������ L;igeric shop in Bond by several jugfuls. Tho liquor flows  as the drunken lawyer, displayed a strcet, but the hotel >in Reading now forth to delight a thirsty multitude  clever bit o-f acting, ami the in.inor atyords ample proof of her plucky, Purer than all other liquors it is en-  characters were taken well. ; nterprising    character.  The Duchess    tirely lacking in  that terrible ingre-  To-night. a screaming farce co-merty, -of ,\bcrcorn has a creamery  near Ba-  dient���������fusel oil  Whose Baby ,ARK   You,   will  be the   eonsCourt;    Lady     Essex is  said   to       "J have  talked   with  a former dis-  attract-ion. jmV(:  started  a  laundry near  Loa'ion,  tiller     who has  money   to back  the  a'ul the Hon. Frances Wolcsicy has scheme," said the coclor yesterday,  a svhool for women gardeners at "and he tells me that the thing is  Giynde , in Sussex. .practicable.     The liquor can be mad-i  much cheaper in every way     by   my  method   and1 be  of  a better  quality.  .questions   gave decisions as follows  Watson, Jones, Johnson, Howard,  Scarth, Coleman, Le Grande, all fined   $15 and  costs   or thirty-days.  One Thomas-'.who'was- connected  with the Smith-' case the previous  evening and was not sufficiently sober to'be "tried, was brought up last  night and fined '$30 and costs. \  All the fines were jiaild..  ing as much work as the'.counsel did  for his living. He-capped the whole  lot' by saying his . house had not a  bad name.  Court to' Smith., "Wc have decided to'fine, you the limit foi such <rn  otTense, $50 and costs. The fcosts  will be $44,30, $94,30 or two^nonths  hard labor."!        ;  -  J.  X.'Smith was then brought up.  The     information    against him..,.was I    Smith   ^id that he would pay. his  amended and instead of charging him  with  house  i fine, but i today it is announced that  he .lias refused  to-do this, preferring  owning     a    common gaining- ,  he    was accused of playing' or , lo take the term in .jail.  OSLER THEORY.  Age Doctrine, is  the  Cause  of Many  Cases of Suicide.  Cleveland, Jan. 22���������Upon Dr. Osier, noted' for his "old age suicide"  theory, is placed the blame for fifty  suicides in Cleveland last year. Out  of eighty-three cases of self-destruction in this city during 1905 fifty of,  those who have killed themselves  were past the age of 40 years.  In commenting upon this fact,  shown fry the annual report of the  health department for 1905, Health  o/licer Fried rich expressed the opinion today that the agitation resulting :coin the Osier theory was responsible  for  this  condition.  "JM.-ny of these persons, on reading the opinion of Dr. .Osier concerning the aire when men passed the  period of usefulness and this theory  regarding I heir being put out of the  way when tho period of usefulness  was over, become despondent,'' lie  said.  ASSAILS IDLE PJCH WOMEN.  Preacher Says They Are not Fit    to  be the Mothers  of Children.  New York, Jan. 22���������Rev. Madison  C. Peters, who last Sunday preacn-  ed a sermon in which he said many  of the pleasures of the idle rich women were in reality vices, supplemented his statements wdth an interview today.  "When Mrs. Astor slums,*' he said,  -'she-has' a thousand followers; it  Mrs. Fish plays bridge jthe smaller  fry will follow suit, and if all of  fashionable society drink and smoke  the entire country will feel its' vicious influence. There is where tho  most harm is done.  "I have been into the cafes of  fashionable hotels and nine women  out of ten will order drinks of. the  some kind) that her escort orders,  and quite as many  of them.  "Why is it that so many men :n  society go outside of their society  acquaintances for wives? The answer is that so many of thc daughters of thoir fashionable sets are giv  float about forty feet j on to drink, cigarette smoking, gam-  It is because men, of the  and       of       socirty     reai-1  Picture    a  long.   That  would   practically  be  the'vi'-'ca-  length  of an  ordinary slecet car-   It'world  is   not live     feet wide,  or much less  than half the     width of the car, ami  i/e     that      society        women      are  not fit     to become mothers of child-  jnd     professors    of Canadian birth.   tno mIIOh     larger number of success-  Most ofj our larger colleges have onef|,j     men     of all  callings  who have  |.|>r   more    Canadians In the faculty; conie t0 the United States from   the  Dominion.  "As for Winston Churchill," cable- the London correspondent of the  New York Evening Post, "no indivi '  dual politician in the kingdom- hns  made such rapid strides towards a  predominant     position  as hc during  the last few months.     It has     been   ���������"������*"������������-^ ^..^......u.,     -..  ......  -      ���������..���������.. v, ���������   _..- ,  ----- pollers   of  partly     a     matter  of skillful  stage   tured  the most crusted old Munches-    patent      on  the  condersor   is    pend-  management, as in the dramatic pub .ter. merchants  for the Liberal cause,    tog.",  licatiflb last week  of his brilliantly.  oo the water it draws'about eight rca���������not fit to preside at their ta-  inches. This boat has a sharp stern'bios and over their households,  that cuts cleanly through the water.! "Ml men require purity and integ-  Abcut midships the form o! the hull rity in the women they care for, and  is shaped like the letter U, and to-'such qualities are not found among  ward the stern the bottom is flatten-1,women, whose lives are spent in fried so that it rests on the top of tho' volous pleasures."  water.        This is an auto boat built!   for speed: and  if it has not speed it!  is good for nothing. It is fitted with boats urc s'-imply shells with motors  a powerful engine that will drive it as powerful as can be constructed  at a rate of twenty miles an hour, and as delicate as the mechanism of  or better, and everything in the mo- a fine watch. The shells are so thin  de: and construction of the boat has that one wonders how they hold to-  been sacrificed to speed. (get/her; but they do, a,nd the bOfcts  Now the rad is for fast launches, dart about the water rivalling- tho  "auto-boats,"      they  are   called,   be-pace of the railroad  trains  and leav-  writtcn  life of his gifted1 lather,  and   j have already been notified that my  partly  the efTect  of  a forceful and   patent has been granted  for the me-                           ..,,..,                                              ,   *,_             .    ,      ���������,i  d^���������  -   *"''���������>   *"                           .                                                     *                         cause the motor that drives the ,-pro-   mg behind them cruisers and steam-  it v.n<*     been   magnetic personality  which has can-   thod of making thc mnsh, and      the                                                            v*'^      &       .  .                  ���������   _���������_.. ^.Aa ,���������__  .it has-     ijecn ,      a ....   pciiers  of     these boats is  similar to ers that have ,  won world-wide lamo  those    used      in  automobiles.   Thesefor their speed. lb  *  looking on wliile , others played on  the morning of ule 21st. Smith entered a Plea of iguilty.  ^ir.   Simpson,      in   addressing the  court for the prosecut'On in the case,  pointed    out that   >the'by-law under  which 'Smith   was prosecuted set 'tiie  limit of the fine that could.be imposed at- $30 and costs.     Counsel urged  the court to inflict the severest penalty  possible.        Smith, as theVii  dence taken before their wotships "on  the   previous      evening  showed, had  been   minims    a   disreputable house.  De doubted   if a  place of  worse repute, existed on'the whole coast and  ventured to say that a ,mor������ disferaco  .ul dive   'than that' owned -by dortii-  dant did    not even stand in Seattle.  Defendant   himself  boreia bad character.     The evidence showed that to,  ihe   knowledge   of    the majority he  iiad   not    done a     single stroke of  work for  four years. and during that  lime,he -had   in all probajbiljty been  earning his Hiving by  deliberate vir>  lation of   the     law.   ConseL concluding, said be was-given to understand*  that  the   police   m making the raid"  on Sunday-morning'had incurred con ���������'  siderable    expense   and   urged' tlie  court   to   make   the   costs-'Jieavy jn -  order   that    the city    should not bfei  out of pocket in   putting a; stop to'  this lawhreaking..    '  '    ',  Smith declared the statement'df his '  <>^^V' ���������*���������  ',,-*$.!������������$!  -.������������������    \i *  ���������:-, ������������������;.������������������;:-���������:":/i,^t  THE DAILY LEDGER  i   ��������������������������� ���������.,, --,'" ���������.-.   ������������������-���������.-.  Iiblished   every day except. Sunday.  THB    ,   BAILY       LEB������ER  COMPANY. ,  OFFIGE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION  PRICE  eects  a  month;    $5 par year   in  |������drance.     Adrtrtising rate* ������c ap.  plication.  WEDNESDAY,  JAN.   24,   190C  (TOTES.  |The Russian budget estimates    the  pst of the war at the inconceivable  |mi   of $1,150,000,000.     The year's  nancial .management  necessary      to  ind the resultant  burden   on  to pos  [jrity includes  the  raising  of 52-iO,-  30,000  by  credit  operations.    These  jurcs servo to emphasize the finai-  aspect -   of''the'military, opera-  Jons, mid      also "of-the. maintenance  'armaments in time of peace.  | England's custom of stretching a  Bneral election over a week or two  fives the people an excellent oppor-  inity to "get in the band wagon,"  omarks, an exchange.  When the -tariff commission met  xt  I'redericton, N.B.,  tho other day com  llaint was made by certain Canadian  Ihoe      manufacturers   that   American  Ihoo men advertised   their goods  ex-  lensively in  Canada  and secured      a  large share of the  Canadian market.  The reply of  the' Hon.  W.   S.  Field-  ng to tliose      who  demanded higher  brotcction,   whether, a proper answer  pr not,  contained some good advice.  Jreenwood was born at  VVhitty     t>-  fcout 35 years ago, and sii")������-s-|.i jitly  graduated,   from  the University      of  Toronto,  where he took a promine.it  part in the  trouble  between the students' and      the professors at     that  time.  Settling in England, whore he tool*.  lup'the legal profession, Mr. Green.  Iwood soon drifted into politics, and  Ibis gifts as a public speaker have  Jmade him one of (he most active  land successful stumpers of the Liberal Party.  On the occasion of his winning the  lYork nomination in 1902 he merely  Iattended to support the former candidate, and being cnl'i-d on to spea':,  (made such a favorable impression  that he was at once prevailed upon  |to become the candidate.  Quite' a number of other Canadians  |are still before the British electorate  Hon. Edward Blake has been re-ele:'-  sma  DAIL^T LEDGER  $toMNiifflWMWftMi *Wa%  -���������^���������""'D'.-SPCNCCR���������-���������^   i  -^^���������~ (Naoaimo) Ltd-.jp;  .^^-L-si^ERY ^  100 LADIES'  MISSES   and      CHILDREN'S'      READYl   TO'  WEAR ,11 ATS ami TRIMMER HATS.     All our Hats up to $-1.50  ���������..1....::;.,.,.....:.::......,...:..:^      Clearing at Each 50c.|  ������������������ '^r.������.b*1 *W **k/> &������������ ������Se*  172   LADIES' "BLOUSES, ^.imlie, -Flannel, pure wool,, Albatross    ,'in'..',:, evening .'shades���������Can** as     Cloths and many other mate  ^^ rials. Values  of to ,$2-50, '  ^;l.;,;':.;,.J.;..ir.:;:..,i:,..:;..:.: Clearing at $1.25*^  S.THA.M   11HATi;i>  wui.i. rui'.Ni^nr.i) eoums  V.A R SfJWM^IHU WITH BKS:  WIKK3, I.IQUOKS, CIOARS  rf>-   ������%     i   **  '���������*���������    ��������������� ' .y    .Ti  r^  it  Esquimau   & Nanaimo Railway  Time Table JSro. 51   ������  A. J. AicAlURTRlE, i-Yoprleio'r  LAUYSAiMH, B. c  si  72 PAIRS LADIES' FIX H KID SLIPPERS.     Sonic"arc fancy  trimmed/', .others-have one, two mid    three    Straps.���������white kid'  lined.   o-They are ���������handsome slippers    for    house or   evening wear ...^  Values up to -fo.00, ^  >=g..,..;:,;.'..   Clearing at $1.25<  Xfisi  5*5*1  3  MENS SUITS  Some of tliv ,lot of 1,0(10 SI-ITS      which    our     Victoria   House  .hou'.'St���������Every 'suit: is ��������� good valueal ?15.   Clearing at $7.50  WHEN   IN   NA'NA-lMb''-LC)nK  AT TIM'.'SI-;   VALUES  %w$mmmmfmtmmm^  Newly fitted np and  Furnished  Good tables and food j  Rooms  r���������-% ***** t*"���������*- T"' '**      T'V ir*w x ��������� T^S.    T T  i '  Board at reasonable  Rates  Train ieave * Laiysaiith  for  Victoria and  all  intermediate stations    at  f.li a*, daily:  aad at  LOO p.m. on  Wednesdays,     Saturdays .and   Sup-  days.  Trails leave Ladysmith far. Wellington and all intermediate stations  at 11.57 a.m. daily, aad at 8.00 p.m. on Wedna days;1 Saturdays and  Sundays.  .Excursion Tickets,  I ON SALE TO AND  FROM ALL STATIONS  goad far  going journey   Saturdays  and Sundays,  returning not later than  the fellewiag MMday.  The bar is extra well  Stocked  ������������������Steamer Joan  The  h  Western Hotel  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board.   ���������  Our Bs.r i3 n������wiy liUedup mid well supplied and is m cUa: *    it  JOS. PELUGRINELLi  Sails fr������������ Ladysmith for .Vancouver every Saturday at G.00 a.m. and  raturaing Mils (rem Vaacouvec ' for   Ladysmith at 2.30 p.m.  Cor. Fort and.'-  Qoveriunent Streets.,  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Disl.   Fit. & Pass.  Agt.  Thar* it a* athsr aiediaia* ���������m.bu-  factured that has mc*v** s������ mvtch  araist    aad sa     maay axprissieaa oi  gratitude    as      Chambeciain'a  Caagh  Remedy.     It is offecli**, and prompt  reiie.' follows iti asa-     Grateful  Bar  aits   avcrywhara   do aot hasitate to  'fcesti/y.-ta'" rte   merits for tke baaefit  oi others.      It     is a certaia eure for  arouj* aad win araveat the attack  ii  fivea  at  the irst  appearaace of  the  ilsease.     It is especially adapted to  ���������hildrei,  as   it  is pleasaat ta   take  ;>������a    cbataias aothsnf iajurious.   Mr  JB. A, Humphreys,  a well knowa rei  ideat aad elerk ia the store of,  Mr  Loeke, of     Alice, Cake Colony, Saulh  Africa, says:     "I have ased Chamber  Iain's'    Coujh     Remedy to ward ofi  eroap     aad     colds ia any family.     1  round it very satisfactory and it'glive,  :.������'������'pleasure, to r.i'c.f-mracnd  :.t.''    F'"-  ���������ale by The Ladysmith Pharatacy,  lTo Write a Story  oi tiie West  that'.wauld Imve the true  riag ��������� te it.'bhe authap w������uid  .f aaocssity r������<iuire ta live  there f������r a tiaie at least. He  must study the eharacter.  istics af "Hie weslura aeople-  have to Uecowe eae e-f tkest,  livinjr tiieir daily bfe, uliariag  their joys and sorrows.  He would have t������ mix with  them socially un^ ia a 1*1*1-  hcss way, ia abort bo a  "Westerner" Its a question  of Lnowiug local conditions.  The s'anie reasoning applies  te the "Lockie Boot'j iorr  Westers Miaor, the Prospector and  the Luiabermaa.  Tho makers of the " Leek-  ie Hoot" are Westeraers wit������  ITestcr* eaperience. They  ]������ow what to make arid kow  te make it. Its not se uiuek  a question of p-rice as ef quality. Thair sole aiia is te  ������������ako a better h������ot for the  same nipaey���������������.������d tke "LB������.  WB!  BOOT1- is  it.  ami.  MANUFACTIjJ^E^ IY-���������  10 (Mi  ifU   LTD.  \. IIiA������ocfvW������  odt -gnUlh  C.  om/ii ohiv/-j.  led I-;, acclamation for Longford, Ire  land. There arc also Mr. Ian Z-  jMalcolm, Conservn-.ivo candidate ji  Suffolk; Mr. C. B. Devlin, National-  is I, (Jalway city; Chas.D. Rose, Lib  eral, Cambridgeshire; Dr. Thos, .L  Maciiaraai'a, Radical Cambcrwcll; '���������.  .Mien Baker, 'Liberal, Iluntingdor.-  fchirc; Dr. Rankin Dawson, Uniun'-it  Edinburgh; and Donald Mcihister,  ^Conservativc,   Lancashire.  NANAIMO  Nanaimo sharoholdcfrs in the York  County Loan Company have received  a notice from the National Trust  Company who have been appointed  of'ii-ial   laudators.      The   sub-lancc  1 ��������� '.\o. communication is that tho  ..-. ui-is of the liquidators to eflect  an early settlement of fill /claims  will be greatly Iumt.I if th- s-lmiv-  holders will send in tlieir cCrtificat  es and pass books for all classes of  stock at once. Receipts for " those  will be mailed in due course and it  any of them should happen to go  astray in ihe mailing1 the shareholders will in due course be communicated with. A special rotAi-.^i  is made'not to hamper it-he liqiui-  dntors m their work by unnecessary  inquiries. .Thousdhds ot 'letters;are  received t,W them every day to-which  they cannot reply as the enc^uo  has not yet proceeded far enouyh  to warrant a statement being  made. When sumeient iniornuvtior.  has been secured to justify a state  ment as tb .1k������w different. ��������� cktiims  .should be listed t-he shat-molders  will be notified at once and then  g-iven an opportunity of making  auch ,snch representations, as they,  desire.'    In   the     meantime there  should be no delay in sending , in  pass books and in Nanaimo those  will be received and forwarded by0-,  the Oan'addan Ba������ik of Commercil.  who have l.-cen appointed, receivers  accents'for  Nanaimo.  sulfcrii^;  fivn'i    iivurabif   riircn'-i.'^ or  thos,������   who   haw   been   inur a",\       in-  ju vil      und   are     umieryoii.g   a^, )iiy  w "lie/:      must      tcvi-i'nate     in   death,  -Si 0,1!;  This  Hotel  huo    been completely   Board aud lodgiag $1.#* pec day.  ;, , renovated.  HOTEL    PRETORIA  JOHNTKA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied  with  the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C  , Liquors and  Cigars.  T  ciS���������-������e  Ew^3^  Best  accommodation  lor   transient  ind permanent boarders and lodgers.  HOTEL  >(��������� put ui.i of t'heir mis-  ;���������:���������..- by the use of rmaestholies, do-  (1 ir-iI \vilhoul exception that such  a suggestion was preposterous. f?ev-  eul believed that if it could be  decided beyond question that a per  son was about to die, ami his suffering was so acute as to render  existanue unbearable; tlien lhe has  letiing- of death mlg-ht b^' justified.  All, however, agireed that thc laliibtl  it.\ of human judgement stood iu  the way of such practice. One doctor said: "I oppose the suggestion  on two grounds, the first being  that man has no right to take  human life, and also because ther.i  is no sure way of determing who- O p-? A.l*"^ X3  iher a,- person deceased or injured i**  about to die. This question of This new Hotel has been comfort-  ihe fallibility of human judgement a dy furnished and tne bar Is up-to-  is what at once appeals to. thc d-te. Rates $1.00 allay and ap-.  scientific  mind.     1     have   met     wiih   w \rds.  mttn.v cases where patients   hare   been j VfH&.   BT2VE11IDGE, Prop,  given  up  to   die;   their  suffering  was t  such   as  seemed   impossible  to'  bear j %>������������������a������������ :-: :���������'��������� '-���������- "���������������' L*drsir������ta  yet   these  same  patients   have  recovered   and lived longhand   useful  lives  Little  children whom 1   have treated  have       been suffering- torture.0,  and  have seemed   about  to  die.  Rhy-  sdcians   in   attendance  have   been   tin  able   to   extend   the   least   hope        of  more   than   a   few   hours   of  life,   and ������)ne rj0i]ar Per Day  I have   seen these children grow      up  strong  and   useful   young-   men     an    '^oo������ Table,  Good Bed and (rOC-.d Bar  ^o'1":1"- (HaR Block from Drpot.)  GATACRE   STRIOET-   ��������� Ladysmith  Cot*^5tii Avenue & Baden Powell Su-eet  Open -night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Mea's 35c. and Upward  u  THEJOMES HOTEL  -o-  AMKRICAN   REPRESENTATIVJD.  Washington, D. C, Jan. 20.���������Secy.  Root announced iod;;y that the Am-  cric'in representatives1 to - tlie approaching eonfon nee to'bo lieb'I nt  the IT.ague wit! h.i .Toscph Ii'. Chortle,  former ambassador to Croat Rritafn.  10 France, and Judge Rose of Little  Hock, ex-president of the American  Horace Porter, former ambassador '  i',ar  Society.  OPINION   OP  PIIYHICI.WS  Well-known physicians who were  asked recently for their views reg'-aft  ing the theory of l"������r. Charles t-iliot  .Vorton,  of   Cambridge,  that    persons  It's  appropriate to say /'Back up"  to a camel.  ��������� * *  The     weather     lien must naturally  prefer fowl weather.   o���������   ma ������fur.  '.'Before  we e*c  sympathize       Tritk  e'hors,      we miist have suffered eur-  s-lves."  No  aae eaa  realize tke suff-1  eriiy atleadaat uaoa  aa   attaak' ���������  ������f  flip?,   uiless   he haa   kad the   actual  experieaeo.    There is probably ae dis-1  ce.s������     -tiat  causes  sa aiueh physical  and mental  ageay,  ar which se   nc-  cpssftiily  defies  atedioaJ  aid.    All tlaa-  jcr from the grip,: howerer, aiay fee  a" oided   l������y  the prempt  itoe of Cka.ai-  berlaia's Cauj-h Roaiedy.    Araoij tke  trss'aLtheusaads wk������ kave used.-.tkis'  remedy,   Ret .eie c*ss  has ever   keea  reported    that   kaa resulted   ia aaeu-  aioa:������.  ar'lkafc hjt.saat rocaversd.   For  sale  kr  tbe  Ladysatita   Pkanajicy.  DAY SCHOOL;  Usual subjects taught; alio languages, drawing in pencil and crty-  ons, paining in oils aad water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons glv-  sn in classes or individually.  MISS  BERTRAM,  Lady smith,  B. 0.   ��������� ���������*  tjiw-Tfr. *f������*a*jrwTn-;  Ail  rtr-\ 41  A   *i j* 'tvw irk r.  ..    IN QUALITY  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Rates fl.25 atid$1.50���������  Free bus to all Etoamboat landinfe and  railway depots.   "Electric cars every five  uiiuuteE to nil parta of   the city.   Ba^  ond table.unexcelled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER B, C.  S-Jf  Under New Managment  otel Wilson  anaimo, B. C.  Jag, R. McKinnel  Proprietor.  Fire Proof . Building.  -   - - THC COMfORTASLE WAY.  TO FERNIE, 'l.'C.  * Read Oowa f Read Up  9 p.m. I<v. Victoria Arr. 4.oo_p. m.  I.00 p. m. Un Seattle Arr. 9.00 a.m.  9.21 p. m, Arr. Bverett Arr. 7.30 a.m.  9.3* a. in. Ait. SPOKANE Arr 7.45 p.m  4.25 a-.ni Arr.   Rexfcrd   Arr 12.30 p. 111.  . t.io   p, ni, Ar.    Bike   Arr.  10.-42 a. m.  9.00 p.ai., Arr.    Ferine   JUv.9.55 a   111.  ONE NIGHT  To ail Kootenay Poiats  TWO   NIGHTS  To    Winnipeg and St. Paul  Close Connections  For    Chicago. Toronto, j  Montreal aad  All Points East & West  Acetylene     Lighted     Cars,  Family Tourist Sleepers,  Faiace Sleeping Cars  Diaing    Cars (Meals a   la  Cart������).  Library Observation      Cars  Through -  tickets and bag-  . gaga cheeks .to an points.  Steamship Tickets  For tickets/ maps, berths  reservations     and complete  information     can on or. address,  3. O. Yeckes  A.G.R.A.  Seattle  E. R. Stephen  G.A.G.N. Ry  Victoria,  B.C.  ED  -:o:-  P|THP.T'  ������������������ Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA,  :���������:  :-: :���������  $.~4 tL'-La  -: :-B.(  Modern and     Strictly Firat Claw.  Commercial Mens' headuaarters.  WANTED���������By      Chicago     wholesale  house, special representative (man or  woman) Tor each province in Canada.  Salary $20 00 and expenses paid  weekly. Expense money , advanced.  Business succeasful; positieri permanent'. No investment required. Previous experience not esseatial to engaging.       ��������� \ ���������       -;   ;  Address Manager, .132  Lake Street,  Chicago,��������� 111.,  U.S.A.  M.J.HENRY'S  NURSERIES,    GREENHOUSES  AND SEED HOUSES  VANCOUVER, B.C  '-'     Headquarters    for PACIFIC.       GR'JVV\V     Garden,  Fieldi    and   Flower   Seeds.  New    crop ia stock- ready  for     distribution, nsk your  ��������� */������t> <orj them ��������� S:i sealed . packets.     If.hc docs not  handle^  'them we v.:il pre,-  pay   to   your.Bieay."1'  jmit-  office fifty fice cent    ..utu  our selcctipn'of gy-1 \d)ie-  ties, ">for SS1.00    to introduce them.  J.argc   stock       ol   llC^I-E  GiROWN Fruit and Ornamental   Trees    now   ma-  - tureti- , for ,   the .Spring  No expense, loss or delay rof .fumigation or in-  t spefctipn. ,    . ,-.--  Let    mc price   your.Hat.  before; placing "your order.,..,.  Greenhouse    Plants, Floral,  Packages,    Fertilizors, etc.  SOli Westminster Road,.        ,'  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor- Government an*! Yates Sts  VICTORIA, B. C  IcanscontinentrJ  Trains Daily  3  ONE   IS THE  "NORTH   COAST   LIMITED."  The Electric Lighted  Train to the  East  c-  Tickcls on sale to au Eastern   and  Southern points-at lowest rates.  Up-to-date     Pullinan   and     Tourist  sleepers   ��������� on ail  trains.  Dicing  Car  service Unsurpassed.  Steamship Tickets 011 sale to and  from all European Points. Cabin accommodation reserved by wire.  For     further    particulars    call ot  write the ollice.       -Phono Main 156.  I.  A.  D.  Charlton       E.  E.  Blackwood  A.G.P.A.,   N.P.,;  Portland, Ore.  /  General Agent  Victoria, B.G  TH.eCITY.  R. Williamson Prop  i-st.'Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  jm-ji-uuijap  WM. MUNSIE, President J.  W.   G0BURN, Maa.   Director  "reiephon^G.  The   Lad vs.: Tilth   Lumber Co, Ltd,  'MILLS   AT   F.IDDK  A  D   LADY SMITH��������� Shiajrles  a  Speeialt-,  ������������������'Manufacturers     of���������  Rough and f3rc?3cd Fir and Cedar Lumber, Latks,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of ths Best Quality.  ?������asoned   aad   Kiln   Dried   Flooring     and  Finiahiua;     Laaiher  la    Stock  "���������^."���������^^���������������������������^-^-���������^.^"^v^  a  ���������i  \  i  4  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS  AND SA1I2LT������RS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  S5LVHR ORES.  Srne.Itl.ti*.,*:  LADYSIV  V/orlcs ot  cTVlONEY .'TALKSx-  L     VANCOg||fe  AS L������UB  TO US   AS  ANYONE.  IF Y-9U ARE PAYING CASH FORYO'UR  10LCAT ��������� Y*a>������R   1������LLAK*   W  ILL   ������0  FURTHER   IF  YOU  BUY FROM  US  Gash Pri  n^������  tt^mbl Bs B  &    PLASKET1  !  r������'  ."5 ���������   I   HEAD OFFICE  I DONGAHS STATIOH.  Vanocuver Island, 0. G,  [I  A.   i A.  .     K^m  painting;!    papekh anqing  Tetc..  Work done properly and at rltrM  prioea. A full Iiae of Wall Paper.  aad Paiater's Supplies Residence on  Rohart* Street  J. B. SMITH, Proti  If you like������������������  A  smooth,  easy shave,  an  even,  welI-fiB*sfied .   beard trim, a good  haah, or a stylish Hair-cut.  You will (��������� to  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARIORS  HIGH STREET.  Are You  Going East  Then he sure your tickets read   tUi  tha '  18TB IES1HII  LfflK  The  onlv  line now  making    UNION  DEPOT   connections at  ST. PAUL  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with       the  through    trains    from    the    Pacifii ;  Coast.   : ���������  THE SHORTEST LINE,,'tH"J  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES,. THE FASTEST TIME;,*  .  'BETWEEN    ���������'-.  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.  PAUL,   CH������>  qAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL; POINTS EAST. T  For complete information^-ask- your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General  igeat,  r'l0 2nd Ave., Seattle, '  CLERMONT  LIVINGSTON       ���������  f  General Manager, j  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LBB A CO.  ON THB ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLT.  BAKED AN������ FRESH.  Coafectieaary of all kinds.  Ordara taiea far Pastries to he delivered at any time. i  Employment AKeacy.  c������"'tv  B XL ^ if  ^tuaa^r-   Hevaa?-  >tntr3^   ������  Merchant Tailor  smith  ^ W  I  CUBAN CIGAR FACTORY  Mannfacturers of tht Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  Naste bra   ������aion Laaar   Ernpleycel  flJ. BOOTH, Prop  ianos and  Ladysmith, B.C  Dr. Dier can be found tt any time  at his office on Gat-acre rl. Tlis Swi-  tal v/ork is gv'aranteeil, to be lk������t-  class and rates reasonable at.  j      H1LBERT #.  daily in-rn y  :������������������!������������������ ���������I"M"H:*������ >1< ���������������!��������� ���������)���������!������������������ <'���������'!��������� ���������$"!���������������������������!��������� ���������fr+^'H'*** ��������� ���������!��������� ��������� ���������!��������� ���������������������������������!��������� ��������� -H  ion  NANAIMO  rianuf.icturers of*the  B. C.  In  British Columbia  l    Lager  Beer   and Porter'    Guaranteed   Brew  d from the Best Canadian Malt   Run  Hops  T  c  '���������+**H~H������H-H^*:-K^  '������������������W'  ���������������!��������� ��������� ���������!��������� ��������� ���������!��������� ��������� ���������!��������� ��������� ���������!��������� ��������� *������H"K"H'*-  i  cm of  ASSETS     AND L LABILITIES  .      -   SlST.,   DECEMBER,   1901  ASSET") S  The  Solid  Hoof ed. Hon.  a  Balance iu   Baak       Per Capita grant for "Dee.  ,Quartcr    /  1627.12  School   Buildings       18000-00  City and Fire Hall ������nd L������t  LIABILITIES  *   1014.08 j School Teacher Salaries for'  December  .........:: .....,$  Balance of Assets  over Lia-  L ADYSMITH TRANSFER STABLE  and Furniture  Fire   Apparatus    ...  Police Supplies       Maps and   Profiles  Unpaid    Taxes     ....  1729.25  250.00  40-00  250.00  41S.������0  '���������.^OBlti  PIAXOS  ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD    k'GRNITURF MOVED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.  ���������Ml  ������������������tables in the rear ot the Lai1 ysmitli hotel.  Abbots fmd.  Leave or<l������rs at   the  %   23325.95  515.00  bilities  ..22810.95  $23,325:05  J. STEWART,  -   .; ��������� o. m.  c.  A. J. WASXE.7,  PflOP  ���������4>*-������ ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������J-*-*-*   f.^4-44***-*  ���������.^.���������^^^-������������������������������������^.���������������������������-���������������������������f ������������������*>���������*>������������������������������������  FOR TUB YEAR  S  ������'  FIN A NCI A L  ENDING 3iST.'  ������    ���������  STATEMENT  'DKCEMBKR,'1  There are some solid hoofed bogs in  the��������� world; but .they-are-few"and "far,  between. Darwin,has a great deal to  say about such pigs in his "Origin of  Species," as there were. only three In  England at the time he wrotcFthis"'  book.  The solid hoofed hog Is hot a.freak  of nature, as many suppose, but a genuine case of reversion to a primitive  or ancestral type. It seems that, unlike- the prehistoric ancestor.,of. the"  modern horse, which has four toes-or  hoofs, the old' eiotherium, from which  animal all members of the swine family are descended, had a solid hoof,  and iu the course of ages, as the old  parent form died out and the modern  wild boer, domestic hog. peccary, etc.,  were evolved this solid hoof became  through what Darwin .calls "adapta-  tiou" and "iiaturaTselection" divided-  up ijito two parts, so .that all moderi*  hogs* are cloven hoofed. Occasionally,  however, a' hog is born with the'old  original soli������J hoof of the primitive hog  ancestor, thus demonstrating the fend-  ency in all, animals to revert now and  then to the parent form-  ftiteiiijij  f.iend������.  rTTeri is nothing so veTy^nBcuTfln  -ii^ngl-fH^vih^  <vay will always"^^aBm^x*r;������^t)ut a  lasting'friendship mmst bcSWflt upon  - a'iifmer foundation-tfan a ���������'trltrSltery  ���������smile, an hour of high spirjts^or^eveit.  /���������jriejit physical beauty.   Of course it is  ^'HOl3&fc!W-CJL0rWUyiff.n  foU.llg, '  al liable ^fflijllf baHkBf J  plates when piled in tnfe  ,,=0,, .JpfwS"*���������**'"' '  apartment j wos .dvt*������Td  Do notdSerj^bja p.g^ajn ^$aetwitt������  "aGoutMh-J  lo loitaoo  and rust d"n<l stains result.  To put wide wicks in lamp-  oil  stoves thc^dugliiy starch^'di-Xi^n^jirgij; u &\o[c\  100  <*,  ���������'s Needs  Receipts  Balance ,trom laat year  ...$ 47>1.14  Real Property   Tax       3271.'JO  Trade Licenses -  1150.00  Lhi'uor do  1950.00  Dog Tar     v.  22-1.00  Road Tax    .....'  1MO.O������  Govt.     Aid  of    Sclinols   ... 6144.4.  Balance  of appropriation, new  School    from     Govt...   1980.00  The season of parties and entertainments is here with its  extra demands upon P'lr table equipment���������China an:l Class  ware,   Silver    and   Cutlery.  !U!  mit\  H  not,   these hints*     vail  interest jou.  Rents *   Pound Receipts     Bailiff's fees reed, from  '-Constable '.   Fines  ....:   Royalty for Sand Pit ..  Received of*.Collector  toms, cost ' of  grave    By-Laws Sold    "Joseph  Rogers  Make.  VI, $7.:,0 dov.  ������*fc Sons  Tahiti Knives, celluloid handles, oval and square  Dessert Knives to match above, oval $5.50, square,  $0.00 dozen.  Ivory handled table knives,  $14.00 daz.   Desserts to match $9.50  Carvinj Knives and Forks, celluloid handles, oval and square,  - _.   $2.50 and $2.75 pair.  Handsorae carving sets in cases     from     $6.50 to  $16.00  Table  Linens and Cloths  Bleached Scotch tabic linens, choice designs, C2-Inch,  Napkins to match, $1.50 dozen.  Irish Linen Damask, full bleached, 72-ihtb,        $1.10  Napkins to match, $4.00   doi.en.  Bleached Irish Linen tablecloths     2jds ���������< 2} yds,  $3.25 each.  75 c.  yard.  $3.25  set.  yd.  of Cus-  digfiing  65.00  lfi.7-5  20.00  37.50  9.00  5.00  .50  $16491.32  ns  Minsrs'  Made to order and Repaired at short   notice.   Drill Sharpened by  ' .' ��������� - . '���������'--...������     ���������    ������/*������/������������  ways ,gives satisfaction.-Picks .handl ed and repaired, "':;.-���������'  JShi-psrTiitl^irLg   iti   al1    ita  ^rancties  Horseshoers and General Blacksrnittis.  BUller Street   -  >   - ���������.".-   Ladysmitla, B C  ExpendLlures,  Street- Work    .'.......,... ,.....'. $  Stationary    and    Printing ..  School Teacher's '   Salaries.  SchooKExppnscs   New School     .........'  City & -Fire   Hall ..........:....'  Kire Dept.     ..........,���������......_... ...  Do.     Supplies ��������� ......... '..  City Cleric   .;. .,,-....''   '....'.-....  Sp.nitai'jr    'Inspector \ .............  .Night  -Waflchman     ....'.:...:.;...  Truant Officer     '.. ....   iPolicemcn;    ...,..;    .......  Police; Supplies  ...':...'..... ft.   Pb-uriflkeeper    ......'.....:...  .........  Pound   Expenses   .���������;...,.  Casts  of  Court      Appeals  ...  Legal ..'Expenses     ........���������iA ...  Insurance  ...^............         ...  Election Expenses     .........  ...  Dogs Tags    ..,.:..:.. /   'Ih'ade   Licenses   . Refuntied  ...  Road Tax    -.Refunded   Expressage    ............ ......    .....  Land'���������Rcgfistry Foes ,..:  Postage     ..........   ..:...,.....  Telegraph     &. Telephone ',...  Exeliange on     Chevies   Rent ...... ...v.:?.;.>..,.-...'....'.   Auditing '.:;...      .........  Fuel and Lights   Tools   .........   ,.,v;v.     ...u..   .:.v���������  Dohations    ...������.........���������' ............  Travellin|g    .........,...,'.'.".'.. '     Digging   Graves  ......;..  .....:...  Bush Creek   Expenses   Expenses Taking Pechetto.  Children to   Vancouver  Gnxette Notices  ...'.   City   Clerk Bond    ...............  Milk tester   .:..........    k...;.....���������,'  Washing    and i Cleaning  !.'.......  Balance in Bank   17:48.8,7  .   299.50  ..6260..0O  1728.85  1629.40  977.87  .   272.03  ;   105-.65  .   073.1-5  30.00  19i7-.50  ���������������������������    60.00  352.50  114.10  100.00  48.60  .10.00  '��������� 152.29  37.45  -���������134.35.  8.95  6.00  187.00  .     8.70  5.35  .14.74  42.70  '.45  15.00  . '5.00  , 1-8.70  LL25  ���������25.00  ���������612.00  ; 13:100  60.50  16.70  ; 9.75-  15.00  12.50  ���������3-15  I0.l4i.08  Uaninn*  "Wenltli  an*  Poverty.  Alexandre Dumas' i-Jse to wealth and  luxury  was  almost nd   marvelous as  that of his most celebrated hero:   He  built a magnificent chateau, which lie  named Monte-Christo, , There he, entertained all.coiners, friend and stranger  alike, with more than oriental magnificence   aL'd   sometimes   with   oriental  mystery.    His purse was open to all  who sought it, and the day came when  he experienced Tiruoh'a fate without  acquiring   Tlmbn's    disposition. ���������    He  could    not    become    a. . misanthrope,  though Jals fortune disappeared almost  as suddenly as It came, and then he  learhedr the'ingratitude of men.    Fit*  last days were passed not in poverty,  but in narrow circumstances.   He left  Paris4n the fall of 1870 just as the  German army was closing in to besiege  it and when   France was  feeling its  deepest woe.   To the last be preserved  his gayety and youthful spirit.   "I had  but oiie uapbleon in my ''pocket when 1  Qrst came here," he said.   "I go away ,  with   two,   and   yet   they  call   me a  spendthrift!"  the wick,Jiild it will slip in pB^j'v.iyiTli-  out interffci'Buce with its duty as conductor of 'oiU"-1'^ xi0oil o3lf 1*y;D-'-GO������  a: pleasure to feel that'one Is favored  by.- scmed riulieally'���������-.' beautiful -woman,  but unless there be genuine congenial- _ _          Ity,between the two concerned the &$k fc^t'd bathtjtib with nnv"?oap coulaiijuu*  .'Will- come;when passive loveliness wu! %iarnd. It tfjfjri^Stfa cracK1?Ilte^SninM*;  cease to be attractive. ^Xo retain friendship one,; must be continually on the  watch and not let the familiarity that  conies from a: lengthy 'liubwledge of  the other's' life breed the contempt that  so often follows a clos't' intimacy.  To retain either friendship -.or love  the illusions must hot be dispelled: Do  ..not, because you feel sure , of-.your  ground, let the commonplace enter,in  and monopolize the everyday affairs.  Let the halo of sentiment hover ovel  even the prosaic- affairs, of daily life,  for, orjce0dlspolled, they can never form  again, and In lhe, We .glimpse of-the  material.side of trie ihtimaey'may hi  utterly destroyed a relation at one  time thought vo be eternaL      -���������        ������������������'-',���������  3  ���������ffcy ixtio',  baji     il  .noiJomj  , axfiluitq  ,otfli*OBJi  onuuiti.'/*  $16491.32  Wade  Huitiiktoii's  Sla-rea.  It is related of General Wade Hampton that on one occasion he was riding along a highway that led through  ;ne of. his'numerous'southern- planta-  ions when he met a slave of Que build  ;������!. appeanmee.    He drew rein  and  aid: "You are a lively fellow. Who' do  on 'belong to?" . "Wade Ilanspton, sir.",  ���������Ah!;   And who is. Wadr   Hampton?"  ���������piense. sir,-,master;, you tjins' be,from  ;;��������� liorf. 'kase Mas' Wadb Hampton is,  ie berry fust gennnun in de soul'."  The story used to be told to'illustrate  -!ie greatness in numbers of Wade  laniptpn's slaves. His own slaves did  ot kiiowhlnl by sight���������that is, huu-  rmti and thousands;of tlieiu did uot.  .'".ie slaves, he owned;numbered 4,000,  id -he'w.is therefore the largest slave,  .vner of the souther of modern' tiroes.  A  Sims Vlt.  An English tourist in the highlands  tells the following amusing story: He  was traveling one day last summer by  rail in the north of Scotland, and at,  one of the stations four farmers entered .the train.    They wore all, big,  burly men and completely filled up the  seat on the one side of the compartment. '������������������.''   .'������������������....  At the next station the carriage door  .opened to admit a tall, cadaverous individualwith   about the, girth  of  a  "lamp, post.    He endeavored to wedge  himself in between two of the farmers,  and finding it a difficult operation he  said to, one. of theoi: "Excuse me, sir;  you must move upa bit.   Each seat is  lntendecl to accommodate five persons,  and according to act of parliament you  are only entitled to eighteen inches of  Bpoce." \ , t  "Aye, aye, my friend," replied the  farmer; "that's a' very guid for you  that's been built that way, but ye  canna blame me If "I ha'na been con-  struckit according to act of parlia-  mentl" .."'.'. "':"  '':  Alaalotn Mackerel.  A yellow fish called Alaskan mackerel and'fully equal to: the mackerel, of  the Atlantic coast is found at the west  end of the Alaskan Islands. They move  itt large schools and are finely flavored  ry/.H  The colors in a carpet or rug ma/  be brightened by sweepiug*~wLTfh a  broom dipped ina*a4tl wiiVetf, StfATf-iyg  well before using, nfl.;lt^nl#irieid"i"i**  be dampened. ~  ^  ���������".. Tf you find a mouse heJe^ii^bje .c^)/-j]  ner of your pantry or cioseLjti^.^orj-, )IUoo  ping it up by packing'if full of_hard  soap. I have never kno .vn mice"to dis  , turb it,-says an old housekeeper.i>Ll'u>'->"  Use a long handled brush in cleaii'>1  lhg the walls or, more properly, a long  handle ending In a wire frame covoree  by a lamb's wool bag, which may be  slipped off and lion ten and washed.    ,  oill  til  ���������lT    .������Jl  ,ut is o<uJ|  V,  X  *.  JJiv/  Hi  A.  CluiiiRe In  New Vorlt.  Women visitors to New York will b*  happy to learn that after theater hour*  or at any other time in the evening, ia;  fact, they can nowadays go to a hotel  restaurant or any other restaurant and  be served without having a male escort.   Not long ago no woman, Indeed  no two women, unescorted by a man  could in the evening find a first clasa  restaurant whore they would be' permitted to dine.   The Waldorf-Astori:>  was the originator of the new state <;f  affairs.   In the best hotels now womei  arid girls sit about In the large asseui  bly   rooms,   read   their   newspapers  write their letters at the many littl<>  desks or chat with one another with"a r>  ease of manner unknown a few years  ago.   Formerly a woman  felt uiicoin  for table and was stared at if she ap  pea red in the office at a hotel.  But e'.l  this ban changed.  A GREAI   BA1 TLZ  A Dig   Lizard.  The tuatawa, a nine inch lizard of  New Zealand, isosaid to be the most  sluggish animal in the. world, staying  in the same spot for months at a time.  J. STEWART.  Audited and    Found  f      C. M.  C.  'Correct.   WM.  ... ~2 ."si L>i:..:i:Xh. ���������&!&:������ivC-afeiaiSrr.-  RUSSELL, Auditor, 12th, Jim-. 1906  *������������������:-������������������;��������� LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  ���������'���������'.��������� Ii EXPRESS  WORK  A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 L \DVSM1T  *  m  FOR THE YEAR  Government    Aid;.   Excess of Expeaditures  over    Giant ......i....  SCHOOL        ACCOUNTS  ENDING 31S.T.,   DECEMBER,  1905,  ...      6144.47  ..1844.38  J7988.S5  TeacuerB' ��������� Salaries  ......  Washing and C'leaitdng    Fuel and    Water.   Seats New School, freight  on same,   etc.;    ...-  Insurranee ���������....- >���������  Printing  &���������    Advertising- ..  Oiling Floors       Furniture,   Supplies,  etc    .,  Repairs ,  :...  Telegrams   Sev-retary  Salary  >.,,������*>G2G0.00  ...   747.75    221.50  A   Roynl  Talimiutii.  For 400 yours the llohf-uzollcrn fam-  ly has possessed n pociiliiir talisman  a the shape'of a. black stone set in a  ing, each head of tlie house. having  Kissed the charm on to the next in succession for many generations.--Frederick'the. Great is said to have found  he ring settled in a package with iu-  ���������tructions as to its preservation find  ���������.rnnsuiissiou written by Frederick I.  Precisely what value or significance  lttaches to this carefully treasured bit  if jewelry it would be difficult to say,  Tradition says that a huge toad hopped  ;::to tlie royal presence centuries age  .yith the stone held in Its mouth. ..As.  o whether the golden setting in whicl-  ,'ue stone is now preserved is due tc  he forethought of the intelligent toad  ir to the afterthought of the Ilohon  lullerns tradition fails to enlighten us.  Clam   ntitl   Ess' Scramble. '  For clam and egg scramolc chop a  dozen steamed clams rather tine, beat  slightly four eggs, add,clams aiid'four  tablespoonfnls clam; liquor; turn'-,.mixture into tablespoonftil melted butter,-  srir over boiling water until thickeced;  pepper and serve quickly.  ., Cancer,  Iff Germany 70 per cent of male and  6S per cent of female cancer patients  suffer from cancer of the digestive organs. ������������������'������������������  Tin������varc.  To clean tinware wash It with bot  water and soap and tlicn, after drying,  polish it with dried Hour, using a  .-piece of old newspaper as a. polishing  cloth.  Swept' *Iic  Conntry.  The first epidemic of smallpox in  Mexico is estimated to have carried  off 3,500,000 people.  35,7.15  ci.50  16.40  37.10  1-74.50  71..70  3.25  00.00  ^^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������**������*������*������5fJ(������ ****-^ ���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������5K������  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and  tiirfc!  [for Sale  HETJ:  SEE  J.  KEMP.   OR LEAVE    ���������R1EP.S  WITH   ;     f  - 1^. CARTER,-  FIRST  AVENUE  PHONE      6-0  W. SILER.  GEKEKAL'LXPBESSAND  DELIVERY  W������ItK PROMPTLY DOv^.    .  Leave orders-at the Abbotsferd.  jraaaaa���������iMirirniiMgiiBiMiwuac^aaKgaBaaa������MBaaaaa������aaaaaaaaaaaaw  DRUI1S  UNITEB ANCIENT ' #RDfiR OF  ��������� '* "��������������� 'a * ,"������N 8^������-������������ ���������ojSuinait  ;������������������������! 'II*������H ���������j������" O 0 J ailt ������! s.VVJJf .  llysmith, the Second aad Fourth  ITednesdays of each montli. commenc-  '9061 "-Bt'I 'itiasaupaii J������j  Vis-ttiuj Bruid* aro iuYit������d to at-:  Und.  By Otiler.  "ffJll. K AFT BR, Reef Secty.  $4������T.III������K B������RK, N. A.  BOOTS and SHOES  AT RIGHT PRICES  Repaying and Making   o  Order a Specialty  THOHAS     MCE WAN  1st Avenue,   Ladyewltb, B,  O..  Audited aad  J. STEWART.  Secretary  Found ^Correct.  $7nS8.85  WM. RUSRUILL, "Avditor. l*2Ui, Jan. 1906  CEMETERY SINK TNG -FUND'  FOR THE YEAR     ENDING 31ST.,  DECEMBER,  ino.1.  Balance from last    year  ,    IS.00  Received for     Grave    Lots...     49.50  Interest on Bank     Account...      1.00  &C9.40  Expended  Balance  on Tools  in Bank .  15.80  53.00  5 B 0.40  Audited  and  J. STEWART.  Secretary  Found/Correct.  \VM. RUSSELL, Auditor,  12lli, -I.tH. m.0:fi  of  A   Jamaican  Lady Speaks Highly  ��������� Chamhcrlain's  Cough Remedy.  Mrs. Michael  Hart,  v/ife of  the su-  perintendeat of Cart Service  at Kingston,  Jamaica,   West Indieu  Islands,  says   that  she has  for some  fears tis-  ed  Chamberlain's   Cough  Remedy  for  coughs,     croup and whooping cough  aurl  has found it very  beneficial.   She  has    ..implicit      canfuleace in it and  would net   he without   a bottle  ot it  in      her heme.    Sold  by  Ladysmith  Pharmacy.  Sunlight Soap is hotter than other soaps,  but ji best when used in tha Sunlight way.  Buy titmlight Soap and follow directions.  OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE  IS GENTS' F  Floorwalklntr.  Elead Floorwalker (severely)���������I heard  you tell the lady she would find the  ribbons at tbe third .counter to the left  New Floorwalker���������That's where they  are.  Mead Floorwalker���������Ves; but you  should have told 'her to go to the rignt  past thejiecUtie bargain counter, turn  to the left past the stocking bargain  counter, then three counters to the  right past the silk skirt bargain counter, and so on you'll never make a  (loorwaHifir.  .  ing as it gets, soiled-, shys Houic Chat,  [f washed, make a nice suds with soap  jolly and hot water iu which you can  eovafovtivbly boar your baud (a heaped  tablespoonful to a gallon and a tea-  spoonful of borax). Lot it soak In tin's  for baU' an hour. Souse up stud down  in this, then wash in a weak or suds  with only half quantities of soap ami  borax and rluso in lukewarm water, j  Press out as much water as possible'  or run through a wringer. Shake well  and hang in the shade to dry. When  half dry. rub well between the hands  to soften It and again well shake.  New  Tinware.  If the seams of a new tin pail are  well greased with fresh lard or sweet  oil and the pail set ou a stove shelf or  other warm place twenty-four hours  before it is washed, it will not rust afterward. .  The  One   Known   In  History  as  th������  ���������'Victory   of   Victoriec,"  .,:-. The battle which is known in history  as the "Victoiy of Victories" took  place at Nehavend, In Eebatana, and-  was fought between the now Moslem  power in 637 and the empire of Peiv  sia, then one of the most powerful of  the eastern monarchies. It was one of  the most absolutely decisive battles in  the history of war, and It was all the  more amazing by reason of the fact  that it was won by a-people which  twenty years before had been unknown barbarians, lost in the deserts  of Arabia.  Arabian historians place the Persian  loss in a single day at 100,000 men  killed. This may be and probably "*  an exaggeration, but the fact remains  that the Persian dynasty came to an  endJ when the battle was over ami that  Eoronstrianism. which had been tho religion of Persia for over a thousand  years, was at once supplanted by 'Islam. Its modem representatives, as is  well known, are now the l'arsees of  India. |  The victory -was so absolutely decisive that it extended the Arabian dominions over tlie whole of the region  lying between tho Caspian sea and the  Indian ocean. With the exception perhaps of the battle of Tours, no single  fight ever made such a ditforenco in  the after history of tbe world.  Ancient   Artificial  Teeth.  A'mummy of an. Egyptian king recently discovered has in its mouth a  set of artificial teeth. The plate is of  wvod, and the teeth are kuobs of brass.  Oifl  ��������� i;;  *������.4P  ���������������j  .a  .a-il"  H'.i.ll  Kail  >ttf:Tw  ���������j\W  1 J  >iar'iHcig  Tlie Cotlling Motli.  The codling moth, the chief ravager  j of tho apple and pear crops, destroys  ! every year in this couutry fruit valued  i at from $30,000,000 to $40,000,000  ! .-  Sliced   Lemons.  In all preparations calling for sliced  lemons it is important to remove all  ihe seeds Only a few allowed to remain will make the sirup bitter after  boiling Tbe best strainer is a bag of  ehac.sccloth  The  Olive Tree.  The olive will live longer under water than any other tree.  The   Snckbnt. ,"iV.')  The sackbut is a very aucient instrument of the trombone family.  It is be"t'iir'  lloved   by   some  authorities  to   have,  been   provided   with   a  slide  like the'  trombone of thc present day. 1rj  r    jitNK'Ai:  f) hiifiuo'j.I  U(lflU>i()f-'l  r,'/i  Slieop and  Cattle I'lixtni-e*.        .iw/VU'l'r'I  Sheep aud cuttle cannot pasture over  the same territory.    Where the sheep,   wander the grass is cleaned with th"&   "  devastation of a prairie tiro, and the  odor is such that cattle will for weeks  shun the range. ��������� oil   / - I  I MLil 01  1/1  ���������i'>iii.:i;-l  r.nK  'Jtliil.'J  Hll.il  NOTICE  =F3>������rn3  ���������M-y.  Ladysmith Temple No.  5 Rathbone  Sisters meets at the Oddfellows' hall  2ad   and   4th  Tuesday   at  7.3i   p.ou  Mrs.   Kate Tat������ secretary. . ;.-  , Rubbers, rubbers, rubers,  -���������-eisar A Co's., Ltd.  at Simon  Mens' Clothing, Boys' and Youths'  I\Iens' White Dress Shirts, Banifl, Sal  erus Negi'gee Shirts in Fancy Pat  terus, Linen and Celluloid ������ailans,  Stiffs. Neckties, and Suspenders in  larg* \\iriaties. In Youths' Boys' and  Meas', silk and Japanese Initial  Handk*rcaicfs, also in Ladies' fancy  *;iik anol liiuen. Boats and Shoes ii<  all  Sizes.  Baa't urget the pla.ee, oh High St.  Naxt to Hardware   Store.  Joha J. THOMAS.  Spots <>i������  Carpet.  This recipe is wa trim tod to remove  spots from the most delicate carpets  without injuring the latter: Make a  suds with a good white soap and hot  water and add fuller's earth to this  until tha consisti'iiey of thin cream is  secured. Have plenty of. eiean drying  cloths, a small scrubbing brush, a large  sponge and a pail of fresh water. Put  some of tho cleansing mixture in a  bowl and dip the brush in it. Brush a  small piece of the carpet with this,  then wash with the sponge and cold  water. Dry as much as possible with  the sponge' and finally rub with dry  cloths. Coniimie this till you are sure  that all the carpel is clean. Then let  it dry.       __^ ���������  Art   ot   l>r������\sM.  Tito art of dress can do wonders for  a woman, and those who scoff at their  sisters who give so much nUu.vtiou to  their personal appearance are making  a big mistake, says tlie Washington  Times. It is not necessary to devote  one's entire time to dross, but every  woman should give it some thought.  Don't go Into a shop and buy a gown,  a hat or even a neck ribbon unless it  Is becoming to you.  LADYS1YHTH   WATER   WORKS " "  ('���������lisunjar-s  are requested to call at     tke aliae     aa   rl������"������erts   StrMt'j'aafp"-  pay Water      Rales,  t^lwoea tke  Ittli      ftii  tke 25th af ������aeh arunta.  Office tars i P.IM. 4.30 P. M. :~  J, I BLAND  ���������tiPMRINTKND ENT.  ft  Public  Notice  Attenliea is called to the   Tact that tha  Ogilvie   Flour mills Co ,   Limited  makers of  ROYAL HOUSEHOLB   FLOUR,     hare for so������e tioaa  T1  ���������J X ���������  .:^.iSi������l:'.;  past been proiuciaj I������ur ia a   vastly i������pr������v������d aad parifled farai  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and haviag secured eoatrol ot  te  all the basic aateat* relating ^er������*  take this apaartuaity af a dvisiag  the  puhlie  tikt aay  fiaur purifyiag pre������as������es  will bo pro-  orizei users af thy electriaal  i������cKt*d. v  Offilvis Pl-������������r Mills Coamjiraay Iijgaitad  ar������ tka    only    miliars ia Caiitan vk9B������     Fl������mr  i ;   I.-     i ���������      ^U ������tri������ *������{*d������9a*B ^STv^V""-: ���������  THB    DAILY -tKUG^R  LOCAL ITEMS  iss E.    Dobeson will fire leacaas  .Vocal Culture.    Phrasiag. seaaaga  nt aad : eoatral of breatfc, tatie  iduction, efficieatly taught. Far  rticulars. applf Bor 12, ar Phaae  Nanaimo.  5mok������ Little eV.Ciga.Hr,.  |WTrs.   Tait ��������� hoarded thc noon  train  Nanaimo. *?  ^Irs.   Fred  Ilawes  was a passenger  /Nanaimo on the noon ^'ain.  |lTie    Excelsior  Club's dance  comes  in   Gould's Hall  tonight."  Mrs.    (Trehearne   wcbt up  limo at noon.  to'Nfar  |J.- X. Smith has announced that  will not pay, his line,, preferring  two  :::<inths  in  the  loc'.-up. .  rhc bar room  of the New Western,  Iiicli is for rent,   is neatly 'fitted up  d well located.  [Seats for the show tonight arc go-  like "hot ca^es,"  and   there will  suredly he a bumper house.  The > basketball players who go to  fuiaimo to meet the boys. olAhat  y in a game of basketball this living'"' are, Hewlett, McMillan, Anil, Eno,, and Hailstones.       ,    '.    '  For high class stationary aall jtk  night's Book Stora.  Mrs. W.  .J.  Watson yesterday after  jon gave a book guessing*tea party  her residence     on the waterfront  honor of*Mrs.'J.  W.   Coburn, who  Iaves Ladysmith in a few days,  ach lady ' represented some well  ���������own book, aVrj, a ���������v.nri'/.e was award-  I to the one who guessed 'the titles  i the greatest number of boo'-'s rep-  'Sentetl. Mrs. Boyle won the iprwc  hose present were, Mrs. Cojblurn,  rs.' IT. Collinson, Mrs. T. Conway,  rs. Cornwall, Mrs. R. Boyle, Mrs.  ishoMie, Mrs. Bowen, Mrs. Jessup,  [iss Ramsay, Mis.; Coburn and Miss  | dyle.  SINGER  SEWING   MACHNE  ' and Lots of Beautiful  PREMIUMS  for the   \n'a ppers of  WHITE SWAN   SOAP  ' ���������!in item in ii '-in���������ir'TTiMimr'r'T''*  LAD1E:  >?  ASK YOUR GROCER ABOUT IT  FOR RENT'.  The ^ar at the Now (\Vestorii JI61-  tt:l, on ���������'Mrst1 Avenue. For .information, terms,; i etc., Upply to D.,',11.  Davis, on .premises.   o   Travel ajid freight have been rath  er light  for the past few. days.;  J January     magazines  ook Store.  at Kaigatt's  Diaries for 19������6 at Kaight's  B#*k  ter*.  A   Special   Line of. Ladies'. Slipper  Clearing at   $1.00 pair.  BLAIR & ADAM.   D   Buy  your  Gum Boots and Rubbers  al Simoa Leiser & Co's., Ltd.   Si ..  ThCi.-limny    part of it is, a   dude's  hair parted  in the middle.  NOTICE  Front      this  datt. tba aalarsignad  will  not  kt  reapoasible for  aey  in  debtedneas     iacurred except on      a  written order sigaed ay the secretary  Rowland  Ifachia.  V.   I.   EXPLORATION * DEVEI.  OPJUENT CO., LTD.  Noil -Personal  LiahlHt.f,  Victo.M.v,  I!   i   ,   \b,   S..h.  iOfir.  NOTICE  Sinoka Big B. Cigars.  -    - -  . ��������� -o   Tenders   will be rctei.ed up to and  Deluding .Jan. .Hist., Ior clearing and,  At midnight last   night  the sounds   .levelling. tlie     proposed    aUiliMlic  of explosions' at China town annoim g'ouiid, conipriaod in blocks .32 and  ccd that thc New Year had arrived. 33, Ladysinilh. The work to he c()m-  The   din was     kept   up.   ' during lhe  pletcil by    March  15 to the satisfac'-  GHIL  ��������� 5  W  '���������    "TAKE  A  STRAP TO TIER.  According  to  Scotch  luw,   as   just  expounded   by   -hid^e  McKehic,        of  Lfriih,   "ir  a woman  requires  to     be,  ilmsiiacd   the  husband   should   take  a  strap   to her  and  not use his  hand.''  Tlie      occasion  of this weighty   pronouncement   was   the   appearance   be-  gji fore him ol one Patrick McManuson  a charge   of   having   assaulted    '  his  wife-.      M.-lTjanns   knocked   her   down'  wilh his fists  and  kicked her  in  the  H side as she lav on the ground.   Ignorance  of the  law is usually held     to  he no excuse,  but* apparently   it  sufficed  in -AleManus'  case,  for alter admonishing him to give the preference  to the strap hereafter, the magistrate  j3 discharged him.   English justice has  || long been remarkable for its leniency  ������ to wife beaters,  but now Scotch jus-  ct lice,  it seems, tales a still more mer-  duccd  in   Pricc-Wc 11ciful view oi lncir oft������nce- ln' b������in  M lands  a man   is'invariably  far   more  aro nil     rnrKiderin&  S liUr.isSied   for   poaching,   even   though  drC IlO     ���������0OHMUUIII5 | ...  catchcs no  RamCi  than he  is  for  j.l r*     l   U I      ***������ 'Jll'as!lillS  '"'������   wife,   however   brutal  thC        LOSt=the    Or\6y g ar,.l   unprovoked   lhe   assault.���������Phiia-  te lic-'piiia Jnt|tiirer.  Thins- we  Consider |  ������ ���������-  ���������^ ������ SAME  FEELING.  Ever Garment Re=  lc  tkt>   Oli?ckp<*,i WaV I     "And I'a-venM. you ever taken a ride  *S the  l^UlLHeol W<*y  g .n an automol)ile?.,  nskcd  tlie     man  to Move Them  Anyone   looking  for  a  KJ  Ood  Coat  whole night and today. Surely the  evil'smelling .smoke that fills'the u-ir  in ihe Oriental quarter today is enough to keep all evil spirits away.   o ��������� '  TEACHER    WANTED  TEACHER WANTED, for the 5th,  Division of tha Lady's-mith Public  School. REQUIREMENTS.���������Life  certificat* and .Normal-training.' Salary $10 r>er     month    to   commence  with.   APPLICATIONS to he in thc  haw's of the undersigned by the "15th  of   '.".irarv.  JOHN STEWART,  Secratsery  lion ,of the commit Ice.' Tenders to  he scaled and , addroscd to the Sec-  reta-ry. Lowest o1* any tender not  necessarily accepted.  HUGH THORNLEY,      _ ,  Sec. of Committee.  I  ex  Cheap can  get  from  'Walters &  wilh the new machine, pityingly.  "No,"      replied   the  plain   person,  H  "but T Tell  out" of a third  story  win-  !a*1 (low once."   :0   Ml    A    miner's     descent to his work is  hut a drop in the bucket.  TI seems nkc calling hard names to  say  a man is soft.1  You don't have to have a hard face  to keep a sl-ifl upper lip.  Tablet of writing paper at all pii  I  c-  Stnokc Bij^B. Cigar������.  ������ I Dangers  to  ess from ,10c' ap  Store. ,  ATTHE OPERA HOUSE  Wednesday, January 24.  atsonStockCompany  'RESENT  The funniest Comedy ever written  <4Whosc Baby Are You?"  LADYSMITH OPERA    HOUSE  THE WATSON ST  of      Cold  and  How  Avoid Them;  More fatalities hav������ their ori^a ia  or result from a cold than from any  ' other  cause.    This  fact  alone should  at Knight's  Book make people  more careful   as     there  jg no   danger   whatever   from   a cold  when it is properly treated in the beginning.   For many years  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy has been   rec-  ogaized  as the most  prompt and   effectual   medicine   in use   for   this disease-   It acts on   nature's plan, loosens  thc cough,'relieves the lungs, opens the secretions., and aids nature iu  restoring    tlie system     to a healthy  condition.     Sold  by  tha Ladysmith  Pharmacy.  Direct from Watson's Theatre Victoria'  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'��������������������������������������������� mV ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������  mr.. night, jan 22,23,24  Prenentiug  CAPITAL  AND LABOR  THE GOLDEN GIANT MINE  o ' and -     '  WHOSE B ABY ARE YOU?  }z.!htert /Claxton, a -retired army officer   .  |xoncuril Claydi-on, his 3011, an faitloornci y'������������������������������������������������������  Joloition >Scott, - factotem  at, Red Cat Inn"  )wcn Curr, a-railroad employe ....  .....  Jlunt Parker,, a constable   Eleanor Matchc,  a ���������.'Us.iviivg   widov/   Willie  Matche he: "daughter   |i'arie'Penny-wise, hostess at Red Cat   ''nn .  ..  Richard. Scott  I  ....     Harry Pollatd  ......Albert J. {.Watson  ...Mr. -Allyn. Lewis     ...Ermin Scavcy  ...Miss-'Sadie Reon'olds  ...Miss Adelaide Keith  .....Miss Aline   Wallace  25C, 3  gaata-.ara ���������iaeked  ������-t  Vorcimmcr's  a^wffBW-MHgaa-^^  SYNOPSIS ' ���������       -  LOT L-A  Room   in. the Red Cat- Inn-     'A Matrimonial Muddle.:-  ,CT  If.-Same, two    .hours later.    More  ot a   Muddle Un. Matrimony.  LOT   III. -Home of    Mrs. Matche i������ ; New    Vol1!:-   AH   is ..well  thai .em  Ml. \WT''  Tomorrow Night,  Nanaimo B. C.  ������S  I  WATCHES  We  are  now showing a  Large Stock of |  Handsome Watches, Ladies and Gents  !0S  sssESSfsraisss  yl dasti( %um  and Other Jewelry of. First Class Qualify  B.;FORCIAtriER  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER,  OPTICIAN  GEO. E MARTIN  BARRISTKR and solicitor,  OFFICE  Opposite .Windsor- Hotel  NANAIMO, B. C.  Dr.��������� R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work jutranteed, and at reason  able rates.  RESIDENCE AND OFFICE     -  Gatacre St. Ladysmith  OPEN  AT  ALL HOUR*.  i  First Avenue,  X   X      Ladysmith,   B. C|  is'  11���������iiimii  nm 1     r .-���������.������������������-.-.  ������������������*>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGIN6  ! Neatly and Artistically Done  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ������frJ������-W    -%H%HKH������H������r  Km  11*5  Blair & Adam  S. ROEDDNG   -  Orders  Promptly   Executed  LADYSMITH  W   mm  Notie  L* *?  *   A. HQWE.fof CHEMAINUS, has opened the MEAT-  MARKET lately    run by W. Ward, on Roberts street  WITH A FULL ;L!NE OF FIRST CLASS MEA1S  and Sausage a Specialty  A TRIAL SOLICITED  A.   HOWE  Phone 20  HAY, GRAIN and  f ARM PRODUiJt  Orders will. be delivered aaywaera  in the city promptly and at tha law  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie'!,  oa fck������  Eeplanadt,  James Warnoclr  COMMERCIAL HOTEL  M-R. and  MRS. T. J. THOMAS, lite  of    Mount Siaker.'Hotel,  siad  af th'  Palace Hotel,   Na.na.iiaa,   kaT������  i-lmsed the   COMMERCIAL  HOT ML   01 Doiifcjas Slruet, Victoria., aaaasilc  the city  ball,   aud  invite  fcaaic    aid  PATRONS AND  FRIENDS TO VISIT THHM. WHBM  1NV11-  TORJ-A.'  COUGH RLMEDY  Mr. E. G. Cas������, a mail carries 0'  Canton Cent-re, Coan . -rviio has been  in the h S. serviea for about sixttcn  years, Says: "We have Urie-d many  cougii nicdioincs for croup, but Chamberlain's Cough Reuiody is king of  all and one la be relied on avery time.  We also find it th-3 best remedy for  coughs and cowls giving certaia results and leaving no bad after ef.  rci-l-s." For s.Ue by The LadyaaaiUi  Pliarmacy.  z:tXTZ'^iyrwTis^ns7tmcxsxi^*t!^  Excelsi  IDEAL  CREAM  CRISP AND TASTY  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  =30C. Per Tin-  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  QATACREST LADYSMltH  W, G. Fraser  MerchantTallor,  (1st Avenue)  Fall Stock   on   hand. Call early and  get your choice  toves  Stoves  Wt arB'making them oijhe Newest ^Pattern and Lates*  Styles.;  WE D������ ALL KINDS OF FOU NDRY WORK  ���������ar Prices ara Reaaoaa. bla ' i  SBE tUR   NEW ST0VES IN BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  ���������   and at Ladysmith!Hardware Company  LADYSfllTH   IRON & STOVE WORKS CO,,XTD.  NOTICl; Tkt KsH������iniait aad Na  naiaia Railway Cauipauy will apply  to the nariiaaieat af Caaada at its  aext session far , *a Act extending  tke time iwr camiaaaeing and coin-  alstiae aa extaaKitiM of its laaiu line  la Coatax aad the braaciias referred  t������ in its Act or Incorporation aad  ulsa eaii������aweriun- tka Coaipaay ta construct and aperate a railway from  Caiaox ta a paiat at ar near Campbell Hirer alsa -a braach fraat its  uiaia line at ar near Duncans via  Covvichaa Vallay ta Aiberni, alsa a  aranch from a poiat at ar aear Englishman's River to Alberai CaHa,i  attd a araaah fraat a poiat at or near  Coal**. >ia Cumbe'ri.aad south-westerly ta Aiberni Caaal a������d giviag tha  Coaipaay geaeral pawars to construct  brancb Haei     and far atbar purposes.  Dated at Victoria this 11th day ef  Daaeaiaer, ]9I1.  W. F. SALIBURY,  Secretary S.  to N.  Ry.  The lessee shall have a dredgt11 ia  operation within one ������season from th������  date of the lease for each five miles.  Rental, 110 ��������� per annum for each mile  of river-leased. '; Royalty .at the rate  of 2J: per cent collected on the oat-  put after it exceeds $10,000.  :  ���������'���������'.��������� W.-W. CORY,  Deputy of' the Minister  of the In-  ������������������' .-'���������erlor; '-������������������  M.R. SIWPSOI,  Solicitor, Eta.  Money to   loan  tj Avenue -     iADYSiVI I  \:  NOTICE  o ��������� ��������� ������  ��������� ���������  Tha  Ckoisost  Assertastat  ar  Chocolates ia tb������ City.  A geod lino af ���������  ���������  HOLIDAY NOVELTIES  THE   MINT  ALEX SMITH. Prop.  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING- REGULATIONS.  C������al���������Coal lands may b������ purchased at 510 per acre for soft, coal and  $20 far anthracite. Not more than  320 acres can be acquired by aaa individual or company. Reyalty at the  rate of ten cents per tan af '.JjOOO  pounds shall be collected <a������ tho  gross  output.  Quark���������A frea minor'* cartilicata ia  {ranted ua������n payatoat ia adranca ol  $7.50 per anauni for aa iadiriaual,  and from $59 to $110 per, ainum for  a company, according ta capital.  A      free miner,  having diseoversd  utiueral ia alace, aiay locate a claim  1,500 x 1,500  faet.   The fee for  re-  carding a claim is  $5.80  At laast $100 atust be exp������nd������d on  the claim each year or paid to the  atiaiag recorder in liftu thereof. When  $500 has been eapoadud ar paid, the  lacator may, upan having a survey  aiade, aad upoa camplying irith other requirements, purchase the land at  $1 an acre.  The     patent provides for the payment of a royalty of 2 J per oent onj  the salee. I  PLACER mining claims geaerally J  are 180 feet square; eatry fee $5, re-J  aewable yearly.  A free mmer may obtaja two leases to dredgi for gold of ire miles  each far a term of tweaty years, renewable at the descretion of the Minister of the Interior.  .Mortgage Sale  Uadcr aad.    byvirtue of tha powers  contained     in    a certain      mortgage,-  whlchvvill ba produced at \thc time'of.  the sale,,    there    wiU  be offered  for /  sale by. public    auction ori Saturday  the   2Ulk    day  of  January,   1906,  at  the hour of    ten o'clock in the fore-  ���������0011    at    the Law      Office of M. ��������� K- .  Simpsoii,  in  the  City of Ladysmith,  B.-C, by Comer R. Thomas, the following ' property,     lots C     and 7 in  block 20,', situated on ���������.Roberts st.,. iu  the City ,of -Ladysmith.  Terms of payment can be arrange*  with the Mortgagee or his Solicitor.  For  further    particulars  and condi-  tisns of sale apply to  RUSSELL SIMPSON,  Solicitor for Mortgauee.  Dated at    Ladysmith1 this''lth day  ef January,  A. D.,  1H0������.  .NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that I will  apply at the next sitting of the Municipal Licensing Board for the trans  fer of the retail liquor lUcuse held  by me for the Portland Ho'el, First  Avenue, to David -Hypes.  JOil-lN   GOGO  RuKsell Simpson, Solicitor.  . Bachelorhood   is   the    result  ol  ���������votion to a single idea.  Money  talks.,  but we don't  all  a chance to answer back.  de-  get  --:>

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