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Janitor   Ambulance  Car  ... 31.50  ...    5.00  251.00  ...    5.00   I  $256.00  John 13. McCall, a member of the  Australian parliament, has been in  Colorado lately investigating j . the  subject of irrigation. He came . as  the 'official representative of Australia, where thesiibjcct is to be taken  up.  Last evening before Justices of the  P'.ace    Matheson   and     Stewart, a  young'lad about seventeen, giving*the  name of Neil Robertsoa,  was charg-  ed with    stealing one pair of boots,  and a pair     of     sooksfroni the wash  house of,the Jones hotel.     The articles "were     the property     ofiGilford  Wiudley.     Mr.   Russell Simpson appeared for rlhe prosecution.     The evidence of the complainant   was to. the  eflvict that   the     articles  in-question  wirj.ivr.io ed     from the wash house  between     i>ix     a.'m. and  four p. m.  Thursday, and     they had   been  found  by him on 'the person   oi tho defendant.       The eadenceoi Constable  Cal-  ltiiiic-r  was that t-iia boy had  admitted in his presence, having taken the  articles.    'Mr.     Oliver Willett, ��������� who  was   also called,      tcstjficid to losing  articles     himself,    - which  were also  found  on the  person - of tho  prisoner.  The | risoner     having, been warned,  f-'nid  he  ��������� had no! statement'to make.  Their Worships    sent the boy up- for  trial at the next court of competent  ji.rii diction.  SP0R1 GROUNDS  SURVEYED  NEXT WEEK  IS UP TO DATE  IN SURGEON t>ENTlS TRY  /The Sport Ground Committee   .who  have    obtained  from the     C.  P.   R.  Land     Commissioner, Mr.  Dennis, a  five year's lease of five acres of land,  blocks thirty-two     and   thirty-three,  for a     recreation    ground,  announce  that they have     engaged Mr. W. G.  Pender to    survey and "take levels of  thc, propei ty,   and   he  will commence  worl. next week and will give an estimate of     the cost of clearing thc  land.     The committee have received  generous support  from hotel keepers  of the lower-    part of the town, and  some   handsome subscriptions to the  funds have been     made, -so that now  there    is in the treasury about eight  hundred' dollars,  with, which to start  work.      The committee,  it  is understood, propose     fust of all-to fence  thc property      and  clear  thoroughly  about three     acres.      The  rental  of  will be one hundred  dollars per year  and when the lease empires there will  probably be no  difficulty ��������� in renewing  it on the same terms.   L_o_*_,   DEMOCRATIC;  COUNTERS OF  tPRC  ETT  London, Jan. 11.���������Lady Warwick,  the court' beauty, k,10wn as the  Democratic Countess, took a hand in  the election struggle  tod.iv,  address-  T. W. FLETCHER  WRITES A  LETTER  On Wednesday;' next the Eagles give  an     ''At   Home,','     in their    lodge  room after the regular aerie :nieetj/ng.|  ��������� ������������������o -���������  Mr. B. Forcimmer is at business to  day after an absence of a few days  en account of illness.  . *"J _ v���������* i     (i������ui.r;o,i-  in-g her  "comrades and friends " the  ���������dock laborers,  of     Wcstham, -iu support of     the Dock      laborer's candidate,  Will Thome.   The Countess, in  a dainty     Parisian   costume,   braved  thc bleak wind  while  from   a tradesman's wagon she urged the laborer's  to  work  to secure an independent labor party in,     the house of commons.  She asserted   that she was  confident  of    the victory     0f the     democratic  movement  and      prophesied   the  new  government     would*   not last longer  than nineteen  months.      "you  workers," she said,  "arc the Empire. Remember  your  responsibility  and sow  the seeds of freedom for yourselves."  Her ladyship was accorded a tiemcn-  dous ovation  by crowds of dock' laborers who     went, without their dinners hi order to listen  to her.   .   O   A report, of the meeting of the electors for North Oyster was handed  in for publication today, but on account >of lack- of time is ��������� held over  for tomorrow.  -o-  RADIOACTIVE   WATER.  Dr. R. ii. Dier is now pleasantly, application only but in cases where  and, the many friends hedias made -there is severe work to do, anisthet-  since     he    first     established himself   ics can    be administered and if dene  here a year,  located,  on Gatncrc' street,  where he  has    a well     appointed  office in the i,^  front rooms of     his     residence.     A  ago, hope permanent!   , Froperly .there     is no" pain.     Around  ! the 'walls of Dr. Dier's offices are  ' seen sheepskins galore, 'and an examination of them shows that they  are pri?es jyell worthy of the regnrd  oi "their ow'n:,r. A certificate of membership and diploma from the Moflit  -casual visit,-   fortunately for the reporter's     en-joy intent   not  a call for  professional -services, yesterday, at ' Dental Porcelain,, School, certificates  the Doctor'.s new "offices revealed, the j of membership in the- British ;Alumni  factiVthat while, there are larger suit- Society, a class membership of- tho  es of - <ientai ��������� rooms to be found  there are few more tastefully arranged 0r conveniently fitted up, and  none in which more' modern implements for high class dental work can  -l������ found.   The  imported   instrument  cabinet^ and reclining operating chair  and the high grade dental instruments all go to show tnat while it  is ii'Ot a pleasure to have dcntal'iwork  done at all, if it must be, as at  tames i-s imperative,, it is gratifying  to know that at home as skilled  treatment can be-secured as can be'  done in any city.-, large or small, on  the coast.  Many now living can recall the-fact  that the family doctor was thc tooth  extractor, ��������� and the horrors of the  turnkey are not yet forgotten. Nowadays anesthesia of some kind is  practiced in the majority of cases in  extracting teeth.     It may be a local  Psi, Omega   Dental Fraternity, a di  ploma from    the Philadelphia Dpn;tal  College, than which there is none |Jkt.  ter   in     the     United States, a foiif  year's course being one of the ��������� requisites,  a special diploma issued to  R.  13. Dicr for    proficiency in anesthesia  and anesthetics,   a special  on anatomy, ft Garrotsonian membership, and  lastly, a certificate from the Provincial Dental Board.     A man who has  by hard application fitted himself to  secure all of these trophies  of mentality is, with a proper knowledge of  application, and Dr. Dicr has the lat  ter as  wflK      is certainly well fitted  to practice his profession.     And his  numerous well wishers,  among them  many   who   /lave  a direct  knowledge  of his skill as a surgeon dentist, are I  more      than pleased to see him now  settled ������lown ,as a citizen of the little  city we all call borne, Ladysmith.  '.'lie medicinal hot springs in some  'arts of Europe anl the natural hot  ���������valors owned by the United Ftates  jo\er:iment at Hot Springs, Ark.,  '������������������ive always puzzled scientists, for,  wh-u" effect of thc hot  wafei -vas beyond doubts no chemical  analysis ever re\eaied anythirg to  satisfactorily account ior ,it, says the  London- Lancet.' It could hardly be  .supposed that a few grains per gallon of chalk, sulphate of lime, common  salt and so on could haW'any marked  beneficial -effect. The waters of Bath  and 'Buxton. Contrexeville and Hot  Springs,' Arl:., exhibit-a comparative-  i>   feel'.'e  The controversy over school matters ended, that i.s if it aas ended,  very much as it started, "suddenly  and   without  warning.''  The sXeamer Hong Kong, which as  statu! in last evening's paper, is engage:! in cunveyiiiK clams from Ganges Harbor to Bellingham, is a British ship, but chartered by an American company.   o ���������  The right to manufacture the 20th  Century Fire Escape, invented by  Chas. Stevenson and Robert Watson.  of Nanaimo, has been -bought by a  company of New York capitalists for  a substantial sum, and a numiber of  Ladcsimth people who _arc inteiestcd  in the concern, will hear (he news  with pleasure.   -  Mr. Frank     CuIIen,  foreman of the  Colonist,     Composing rooms,, Victoria,   was a visitor     at, the -ledger office yesterday.     Mr. Cullen is spend-  | ing     a few days      visiting friends in  device  of      mineraiiyatieu, | Chemainus'    before     j-eUirniiirr home  and yet fheic en hc no doubt of their J from   his   Manitoba (trip.     Mr.   Cnl-  vaiio.   Nor can it  be sup j Icn  says      Vancouver Island is  good  A ClI \NOE FOR  STON\  That  |    Cornelia,  Countess  o!  Craven,    for  THROWERS.       jinerly Miss Bradley Martin  of    New  York,  whose marriacc at   tlu age of  living in glass houses is not  sivfceen   Wftg ft scnsa{j0n  sor:e years  an idle dream is shown by Frank T. ago, is regarded as oi.e of the best  Perkins, in his article on Modern dressed women in England. She car-  Amencan glass houses/' in the Tech-'2S  ,iUlc f������r society,  being fond     of  nical  World   Magazine. V Mr.   Perkins  describes     some recent structures of  this character  in Des Moines,   as follows:  i'hesc buildings were designed by  C. J'|. Eastman, a wen-known architect, o< Des Moines, Iowa, whose ideas of glass wan construction includes the use of miik<-white,' opalescent     wire glass   onc-<ruairter     inch  home life and of her garden, and is an  expert  in  fancy  poultry.    It  is said  that her hair     wis  "put  up"  young  lady fashion for the first time on the  day of her wedding.  German mineralogists are'reported  to haive discovered diamondiferous deposits in the vicinity of the old bod  of the Hoang Ho, in China.  therapeutic  posed thai a water which is naturally'hot can have greater therapeutic va'uo than would be gained by  the similar use of artificially heated  water So far. then, the findings of  the physicist and the chemist do not  a fiord ���������a satisfactory hypothesis to  the* therapeutic- value of such waters.  The question now arises whether  the fact that these waters arc radio  active will supply any explanation.  Most, if not an, of the theim'ai  springs in Europe which have teen  examined have Leen found to contain in siitrhtly varying quantities argon and helium , and in thc majority  os cases these waters have boon found  to be distinctly radioactive. Indeed  the presence of arbon and helium appears to be insepaialjie from radioactive properties. Wc seem here to  be   gel-ting  enough  for him. At  Winnipeg  five  hundred cases of typhoid fever are  reported..At Swift Current men by  the hundreds nre going jn every week  to locate land. Livery men drive out  out and locate them on vacant land  for MO apiece and ale making big  money.   O   HOUSEHOLD HINTS.  A safe rule to apply to thc servant giil who isyour maid of all  work is not to ask her to do anything!  that you would not do yourself. A  woman told me the other day of  having^ a Danish maid who embroidered    monograms  in     bur   tablecloths,  and   who  took upon   herself   the whole j thinking man if these boys are made  better by the verdict at this trial. I  say no, ten times wotse- Now, I  cao say, Poor Boys, for they are  chastised in no way, but encouraged,  protected by a man of simp'-- the  Almighty Dollar. Hal :'hc misery  of the world is caused by such men.  I have have had my say. This (case  could    have been    settled    in half an  Mr. Editor:���������Wou:ld you b? good  enough to insert this letter in your  valuable paper for the benefit of your  readers and .ustice to   myself.?  This is    a true statement,  without  law,  of how .the chairs we>'f .purchased on or about the sixth of January,  About    six o'clock    the  boy,   Stove,  came    into my     store,    washed and  neatly    dressed,     and   asked mo if  I  wanted to buy some chairs.     I asked  who had them.       "My mother has  a  lot    in   the    wash  house,  left by xny  aunt.     She has gone up-country. She  gave them to     my mother.     Mother  fold me to     take them to the second  hand store     and     sell  them.      II|ow  much   will      you  give for them?"      t  "I could not say,  there are so many    kinds of them. Fetch one along.         He   'went away and "brought  two.     I told him what I would'give  him.      "I will tell my mother.     He  went away   and came back with two  more.     After that he was joined by  another     fcpy.        I a&kcd him .what  his    aunt    did   with  so   any chairs.  "She   kept     a bi'-arding house."     I  did  not in the least sus'pect the boy  To me he     had anything but the appearance     of     a       thief.       I   was  thrown     off     my        guard.     I   did  not know     the boy or ask his name.  A few days    after a policeman came  i nto    my     store and asked  me if I  had  bought any    chairs lately.     Yes,  I bought    .quite a few. ���������   "Can I see  l/hem," be    said.   I don't think they  ire    here,     what    is    the     matter?  "There have    been some stolen from  ihe    Opera    House."     The next day  the man     that had lost chairs came  n company    with the policeman. His  ^reccptab'ility    with a keener eye for  ^h:iirs,   claimed "all   in s ght.      The  jhairs claimed    were some from Victoria,    Nanaimo,    and     others there  were    none'    of his, but some of,the  Checker     Club chairs I found out afterwards.     Thc next come a limb of  thc Law.      "I-Iofw    about the chairs,  you 1-jiow they are ours and  we  will  have thenu."          When you prove the  chairs  are stolen you can  have them  Otherwise you     could send somebody  to claim ail  I got.     Ifowcver I was  erlved with a   bogus summons, charg  ed  with     having,     in  my  possession  two chairs belonging to the man that  'est some.       Now,  with  regards to  the opinion of our   learned  friend,  a  buggit of law from Nanaimo, Hc de-  libcrtly stands up and  defends  for a  few paltry      dollarstwo   young  boys  old    enough     to know     right  from  wrong, one     of whom has been there  before,  old enough to work  in a coal  pit.   Poor little boys, he calls them.  Nothing could befall them worse than  to be shielded    by a full grown man  with a grain     of common sense, but  it      is  the    dollar.   Let me ask any  LATE NEWS NOTES:  BY TELEGRAPH  Three   Hnndred   and   Fifty   Persons"  Killed by  Cossacks  at Tiflis ���������  '    >  Founder of Imperial Bank of Canada  Died Yesterday in  Ontario  Victoria,      Jan. . 12.  (Special).���������At    ly  persons    were  Killed   or-wounded  Coroner's    inquest held today to de-  as the outcome of an attack- made %fyi  Cossacks yesterday on the  Armenian  termjnc the cause of  the death  of a  cliRd, May   Duval,   the   Coroner stat-   ,..,,,  ed    that the     Attorney General had  ^&mnaTy there, following the |!irow- -.  not yet granted the necessary fees  for an analysis of the patent medicine used and an adjournment of one  month ������\vas ordered.  A  despatch    from Tiflis,  Caucasia,  says:      Nearly three hundred and fif  ing of two ,,ombs      from the institution at a passing patrol. '    ll  At St. Catherines',  Ont., Thos. R.'"  Merritt,   founder  of and ��������� president of'  the   Imperial   Bank   of  Canada,   died  yesterday afternoon,  of paralysis.: - ���������<  LADYSMITH PLAYS THE  GARRISON TOMORROW  An  Interesting    Match   is    Looked  Forward to by the Victorians-  Basketball  The Ladysmith Football team jour  neys to -Victoria tomorrow, morning  and will meet the Garrison at that  place. In sporting    circles at the  capital  the match  is  looked forward  to  with keen    interest,  as it is ' the  general     opinion that the' two teams I and will make a' good showing  are very evenly maitched.     The'bttys . Teams are as follows:  The local      Basketball -.team, also; ��������� '"  plays in  Victoria tomorrow evening," "f  meeting- the Fifth     Regiment"<ai the- '' -  Drill     Hall,. Unfortunately there'  ���������  was no     practice     last night on'ac- [.{"  j count of bad; weather, but the. mem--  -C  j bcrs of the team- are in good training '' -5  I ������nd will  make a'eood showino-.- -  have been, unable to practice the last  day or two on account of thc snow,  but are in good shape. ' If they -only  put up tomorrow a game equal to  that of the second "half of last Saturday's match there is little doubt  but that they will walk over the soldiers.  BASKETBALL ���������-'-''-,,-*-  ���������Hailstones,  Eno, Adam', CrMcMjU-1"  Ian, and Hewlett.   -      " " ;  FOOTBALL   ' '      .  Hailstones,   Scott,   O'Connell,   Eno'.'  Gilmour,'    Lcahey,  Morrison,   Adain,  Graha-me,    Sanderson,  Richards, and  reserve,  S. Michie.  STATISTICS FOR NEW- ,  CASTLE AND NANAIMO  The Nanaimo Free Press says: The   natural   causes.  i  tained  at    Government  Agent Bray's 'uumbcr of deaths. which is ^nuch.less  Consumption   form-  vital statistics     for thc year, as ob- \ ecl     fourteen     per cent,  of the total  office, show  that for thc districts of  task  of keeping the  table linen  mend  ed and      in   order.    It was    not only  done  beautifully,  but she   took     thc  some light at length on)poii,l  of view  that as   her   emplovcr  what has    long been an enigma, that |paid for her time,  and she    had p'len-  of the two waters showing the same|ty 0f leisuic, it  should  not  be called  chemical      composition     as    tcgaids 'extra service.   The kind of a mistress  their saline     constituents the one of | who could   keep such   a servant   after  natural origin is vastly superior, thcr ]la\ing once had  the good  luck       to  apeuticdily speaking,  to  the one arti- 'discover her turned 0ut to ha\c  l.ttie .'hour   by our    worthy Judge,  with a  than, the     average per cent, at other  places  Nanaimo,     Newcastle, and     Aiberni (    Tho     poI)ulation of  thcse distriots  there were ,dkring 1905, hirths to the  for which the fignres are given is ap-  numbe-r      of 225���������115   males,  and   110   proximately     fourteen    thousand,  so  females. There  were  all   told,  S6   tnal  it is     seen that the death rate  deaths, fifty males and thirty-six  females. Twelve deaths were the direct rcs-jit of consumption, and s x-  tecn were owing, to Coal mining,  drowning and      other accidents.    The  ran six to every one thousand people.  This is a decidedly low average and  will compare . more than favorably  I with any other district in Canada.  The rate speaks  volumes  for the cli-  Sovastopol,     one of Russia's chief  naval  strongholds,  is  in thc govern-  thick, securely fixed in two steel ver- !mcllt  of     T������ur'da,  on the southern  ������;,,,.���������.,       ... ,, ,      . 'shore of a deep inlet of .the Black sea,'  Heal divisions,  which are parallel and i,    ,. ... .    r -V .  1 I in  the southwestern part of Crimea,  laced     together     -      ������������������  stiffening.  ported  at the iioors by brackets riv* i   The iniet is about four miIes long  eteu   to     the steel,     channels of tho >aud  th rce-qliarters   of a mile  wide,  floor '  construction.     The  wan thus "and is one of the best roadsteads   ol  con-sisis of    two glazed screens sepa-   Russia.  for thc purpose of ;about forty-eight miles southwest of  'Ihesc divisions are sup- 'Simferopol. '���������  lesson to  the boys.  I remain, yours truly,  T.  VV.  FLETCHER  Hongkong.���������In   commemoration    of  Fung Ha Wei, who is alleged to have  ;died  at  the United   States consulate  ��������� It's !at Shanghai, after making known  to  rated by a foot     of dead     air space,  which  afiortd  insulation against heat  The main inlet forms four bays, between two of which the city stands  cold or  sound to as great  an extent ' on elevated ground.   The entrance to  as     would     a solid  brick waii of-the' the  roadstead   is  strongly  fortified,  same'thickness.     The double vertical'and there     is a chain of forts south  .divisions     arc spaced about four feet Jand norjfch of the city. There arc also  '.'related/Farmer.'Foddershucks, "they  apart.     'Ihe     two glass screens are  extensive'docks along .the shore. 'put a little glass bowl in front o'me  translucent to any degree desired", so      While the city long since fully   re-   for me to wash my hands  in.  I was  that, in case  where  windows  are not  covered from the effects of the Crime-  mad-.   I  up an' told th' durn cuss that  n'eccssuiy  for  viewing  the   landscape, 'an  war,  its commerce has been     Ac   just  because  I come  f'm  the country  they may be dispensed with aitogeth-j fleeted almost entirely  to Feodosia,    was no sign let with my lingers.   I  er, provided   the  building would  war-  and the harbor is mostly used  as     a [know    what knives     is for, same as  rant  the     installation   of  mechanical   naval base.   The town contains      a   city   folks does!"  ventilation and heating.   The exterior 'number of monuments  to the heroes  effect is that of     a marble wall with 'of the Crimean war. Sevastopol forms     Th.-ee   mayors   recently   elected   in  ficiahy compounded. [ ways  of her own  in  household  man-  Th'e   fact, is     that a natural  water agement.   She took  upon  herself   that  weiiing up from     tht earth is at the (part of the work which wasn't includ-  nioinent     of its   discharge     from its jed in the girl's  regular duties.     The  source     radioactive,    while  ordinary , house  layout   in the   water   district,  drinking    water     and the like do not land      there was   alight,   force  pump  generally exhibit this property 'to anfc- Jthat   had    to be worked   once  a day.  extent.     Further,  since  the property The   mistress   did this herself,   much  of radioactivity is  rapidly evanescent  to the maid's surprise. "Why, it isn't  the emanation     quickly vanishing,' it anything  to  do," she 'explained  follows that If the benefit derived',' the best; motion in tho world, for ex-jthc Chinese community there the iil-  from undergoing a course of waters'ercisc." It wns the same with the 'treatment meted out to the Chinese  is due to radioactivity of those wa- I furnace. The first cold day .she :e-1 m America, a society was started by  tors, the treatment should obviously'marked that she was going to -. i :.| a 'a. certain section of the Chinese corn-  take place near the source of the wa-1 fire.   "O,   that is terrible,'''  said    the '' munity at  Hongkong to perform      a  maid, "not to have a man to at tend ceremonial service at the Hang Fa  to. the furnace " "I din't mind it at '10tpl> Queen's Road, says the China  all���������it's no  more than ��������� making a lire  .Mail.  in the grate,"  answered thos   vonuu j    Persons who desired to. join the so-  who stood pat by making a lire���������with  cicty"    had to  subscribe  $2 to defray  out assistance.   The result,   .vas ll.i<   jtnc ceremonial expenses.   There were  the  maid was   interested  enough     to   about 250 persons who joined, and at  watch operations, and lias  since   ,..\t-  the appointed     hour the second and  en  the work  upon   herself. j third     floors of the hotel, decorated  "What would you have done if she , with (lowers and evergreens from.'  hadnjt fallen, in and done these ii!- gs l,'e stnirca.se to the halls were  willingly?" was asked. j thrown open.   On the second floor was  "I would'tither have kept  on .:Kng  it'10 Portrait of the deceased hero.  On  them  myself  or hired ��������� somebodv  else  to'come,  but! would  never   ���������  ma.'d  to do all the extras   that  remaining seventy  deaths   were  from   matic conditions  of   the 'Island.  THE HIN'GRY CHURCHYARD      basement     rooms.     Here for a spelt  the     hunted man     lay.   Then water  flooded the subterranean cover, and a  further moping-on was necessary.   Af-"  ter rr.anv     almost     (incredible adven-  togmhng ad'.enture in the career^ a ' turcs Sir Palrick got  by way y^.  don to     the continent.     His estates.  Tiie  chu-cli  vault scene in  "Romeo ���������  and  Juliet'  recalls to mind an as  ter. In other words, the waters  should be used when they are showing a maximum degree of radioactivity.  "An' after     I'd et all  I wanted,"  which had been confiscated, .'were restored to him upon .the accession of  William of Orange, and he was granted titles and honors in abundance. He,  sat, in parliament for Berwick was'  granted the existing Polwarth barony, and, latcri the Earldom af  Maichmont. One of the daughters  married     a   Laird   of    Harden  from  or  without windows."   ���������o���������  Lord  Templcmor-c,   the "father     of'  the house'of lords," sat in that body  for  28  years before he  delivered  his  Maiden speech, and nis effort consisti-  .ed of 21 words.  [leg.   J.  B.  Blackford of Martiu'c Fer-  Bresock     of  with  the surrounding country,  a scp-  Ohio   have  only   an   average of  arate .administrative district.  The,town of Sevastopol was found  ed in 1784 by Catherine II., and i:  1804 it became the chief naval station of Russia on the Black Sea. It  was strongly fortified under Nichol.  I. . '-      '���������    '  one   are right in not considering their knid  the t'li-rd  portrait,  Scottish nobleman.  Sir Patrick Hume  who was submitted to relentless persecution for thc part he took in opposing the unconstitutional procedure  of Charles II. and James 11.. and  compelled to seek safety in flight.  But there wore soldiers out 'in quest  of him. and to get away was impossible. His brave daughter. Grizei.  that same heroic girl from whom the.  Earis of Haddingdon descend, devised whose house Scott descended,  a mentis. With thc aid of thc one  servant, whom they dared . to trust'  she got a. bod and bedclothes carried  by night into, the burial place beneath Po iwarth church. In this  dismal chamber the refugee lay concealed for a month.' Every ni'ght  Grizei carried him food which she  had surreptitiously withdrawn from  her own plate at tabic so as not to  arouse thc suspicir/hs of others. Thc  long churchyard bad as grim terrors  for a young girl n those days as in  these. Fear of spectres and vdsions  j of lurking soldiery terrified the faithful Grizei as she- stumbled over the  graves  each     midnight.      The  niinis-  LIGIITS   AND  SIDE   LIGHTS.  floor  was another  larger  four  feet  by five,  rimmed ' tel':s  do3s  created   a  tremendous  up-  jry lias two-    George H.  Bridgeport hasone and  George Kom-  'part of Bellaire     staimps on wooden  underpinnings.       All   are   democrats  and  each was the only  winner  on his  particular ticket.  of work,"      was  the answer.       Tjw  that she has  taken  these tilings upon  herself���������slit even cleans my "itbbc.'s���������  i I see    that    she has   a little   present  once in  awhile that I know  will    be  welcome.    But  I don't  make any reference   to   it in  any other   way,    and  wc understand each other."  with   blue     velvet.    Both   portraits  were extensively   surrounded       with  wreaths  of every  description.   No less  than    3,000,pieces of literature wore  roar as she passed. This was check  ed cm the representation to the owner that there was a rabid animal in  his  kennels,  whereupon   the complais-  "Do you know the man who is sitting back of us, Ethel?"  "Very slightly���������we were engaged  last summer."  Hubby���������Now, remember, while you  are at the seaside you mustn't flirt.  Pet���������Of course not, you old goose.  See, I'havc tied a knot in my handkerchief so I won't forget I am married.  Irate father���������How dared you kiss  my 'daughter out on the balcony?  Jack Synique��������� I don't know���������I won  dercd-    myself when 1 saw her lafter-  ward by daylight.  Pickpocket,  (to lawyer  who has got  written and hang in the halls,  giving   ant minister hanged  the  whole lot of him free)���������Even ypu  believed me guil  utterance to the  fact   Uiat Fung Ha   them.      At the end of a month abed ty.  Wei had died a heroic death  for     his' ii������'id  been   prepared for the fugitive in    Lawyer���������O, no,  not. in the   least,  country and for his -100,000,000 breth- Ins   own home, dug out by the wife's    "Then     why     ds'kl you  leave your  ren. bare hands     beneath the floooc  of the-watch and pocketbook at home?"  ������ THE DAILY LEDGER  Published   every day except Sunday.  8Y       THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  80 oent?  a month;    $5 per  year   In  advance.    Advertising rates on application.  DAILY LEDGER  FRIDAY,    'JAN.   12, 1906.  ~DAVB������ 5PENCC  ������������JL  (Nanaimo) Ltd.fe  ���������1\        /Vs. *?V  ��������� iwts,      ���������In  ii^-itt  W        *.../  ST  "^ Commences  -���������T^     M'     ^J'     M'      *jy     \jy  i  SALE  . 13 af 9 A.  Roy Knobsenshue, the Toledo aeronaut,  who has  recently made     two  j ^ ^$1011163100$ SSiUfSay,  successful fights over New York City |^g- ^^-^>������-^^^:-^-^^x^ ^^^^  y,_M,  s���������_w  M,  perched    in a   spider-web-like frame- |^p *"*   '"  'K   *    *~* '^^M-*^-*-*-*  work, thc total w-eight of which is | ^W We are marking down prices now. The low  only seven pounds, says- that in his  opinion -"the idea that some day men  of wealth may glide through the upper air, reclining at ease iniuxuriant-  ly-fitted airships or ,aeroplanes,  steam murro  WKU��������� FL'KNlSHUD ROOMS'  stct)  A. J. JWcMIJRTRIE, Proprietor  n.'ilt f.Ll'lTJKI) WITH BKSl  Wil-.T.S. I.IQl'tiVS. C'ti*. "'"���������  Oil 1 JUL  LADYSMHM, B. C  EsquitnaSf   & Kanaim������������������ iif way  Time Table No.  \,  Prices  should   make '���������Q  ���������y  as  they now do on earth in their  touring automobiles, is, 1 limly believe, pure chimerical.  "Aerial navigation,"  he says,  "is  perfectly feasible.    But that airships  will ever  be made in  which passengers or freight can he transported is  not probable, in my opinion, and     I  make this statement only after years  of experience  with the  best   known  methods of' traveling through      the  air     and after the most exhaustive  study of the science of aerial navigation. /'  /���������One o* the chief obstacles to the  furl her development. of the science is  lifting any,given  weight  into       thc  air.-   Another serious difficulty is ,the  inefficient motive power thus  far de-  covered  for  use  in  propelling      airships.   A third element which will deter people from entering the field   of  aerial navigation in large,, numbers is  the  extreme hazard  of  the business.  ; The weight of the air is  the    most  important     consideration in building  an airship.   Air weic'is 72 pounds' per  1,000 cubic feet,   approximately,      at  the sea level,  and exerts a pressure  on    all     objects   of   15  pounds   per  square   inch.     Now,     hydrogen gas  weighs seven pounds per 1,000 cubic  feet, so we have 65 pounds per 1,000  cubic feet as our buoyant-or sustaining1 power.  ''We must devise an envelope      of  very light fabric to contain the     hydrogen gas, arid  oi'cd silk has been  found  to he the best, material        for  this purpose, .as bping sufficiently- tl.in  and  yet     gas-proof. . Having figured  the   amount  of lifting   power   required, we estimate the qjuantity of Ifouy-  ant gas needed, and then compute the  size   of the gas  envelope  or  balloon.  Next .we must consider -,the resistance  ,of     the air caused by the br.l'oon of  the size contemplated, \and from this  we can readily figure out ;the    power  required to propel the airship at     a  given speed.  TffJS  fiklUP.  A'Befer* we ea������ sympathise       with  otkers,     we must have suffered our-  aolv*s." No one caa realize the  suffering attendant  upon  an  attack     of  gripp,   unless   he has   had the   actual  experience.    There is probably no disease     that causes se much physical  and 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 r.'.suited   in   pneu  monia or that Jip s nut recovered.  1-w  sale by the Lai!\smith  Pharmacy.  this sale    the greatest in our history.  GET_ ONE OP OUR RILLS.  TO  DE DISTRIBUTED THROUGH-  911 {U'OUT  LADYSMITH FRIF   .Y FOR   ,  PARTICULARS'  -*-&->{���������*  "~P4\    /t\     ?t\  'f^Sl**.        /IN /l\ S*\  W W���������11J.  ���������Hr-as-as-ae-as-a*-*  ���������  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good   days  ,$. EFFECTIVF^A'TU RDAY, OCT.  2!st, 1005.  Traii.s  ieave Ladysmith for Victoria and  all  intermediate stations    at  9.10 a.m. daily,  anil at -4.00 p.m. on   Wednesdays,-    Saturdays   and   Sum-  Rooms  PORTLKND HOTEL-  JOHN GOGO.PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked  The New Western Hotel  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board.  Our Bar is newly fitted up and well supplied and is in char ; '  >r  JOS. PELLIGRINELLi  Nanafmo  Limited  Trains leave Ladysmith for Wellington and all intermediate stations  at 11.57 a.m. daily, and-at 6.00 p.m. on Wedr* days, Saturdays' and  Sundays. ' ,  EXCURSION TICKETS ON SALE TO AND FROM ALL'STATIONS  good for going journey Saturdays and Sundays, returning not -later than  the following Monday. ' V. ...   Steams? Joan-1--V  * >  J-Sails from Ladysmith for Vancouver everv Saturday at 6.00 a.mi. and  returning sails from Vancouver    for .Ladysmith at 2.30 p.m.  88 Govt. Street,  Victoria B.C.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.    -���������  ,Dist. Freight &. Pass. Agt  31  &c  "I  do not say that there is -   any  limit to the weight which, can be lifted ii-to the air.   What I do say      is  t'....L   tons   can be elevated  it thc necessary     quantity  of gas is supplied;  but Lo confine such a great amount of  gas  necessitates a large envelope   or  ballcon,  and  hore are  we confronted  with   the original  problem  of  resistance of the air.  "To my mind,  the man who seeKs  to devise  a ship to carry passengers  or freight   through  the air will    find  himself confronted  with one complication after another.  "To  be perfectly frank,  my     ship  was  designed  merely  to give exhibitions, but I thought in my work,    I  might run across some new thought  or idea that would  point me to the  long-dreamed-of solution of the problem of free and unrestricted navigation of the aii".   Many people-cling .to  11.-  'ilea that .the aeroplane is the cor  r-i principal upon which to work toward a raalization  of  the dream     of  safely sailing the air.    Years  ago 1  experimented   thoroughly  with  what  what is known as the Liliienthal type  of     aeroplane, and later I tried the  type used by Octave Chanute of Chicago.   Those familiar with the history of the experiments in aerial navigation will know that these types of  aeroplanes      represent    thc   highest  stage     of development in that direction.   My work with the Liliienthal  and Chanute aeroplanes satisfied me  that such a means of rising into the  ai,r was entirely hazardous.  " Aerial/navigation has certain physical discomforts attached to it.  The  woist oi these is  the swelling of the  tongue     and    the parching of      the  throat caused by the rarity of     the  air at such lofty altitudes.   My hear'  ing also  becomes effected  because my  eardrums close up, but  I can secure  rehef from this to some extent     by  yawning.       Getting    away from the  pressure of air close to the earth, to  which our bodies and organs are accustomed, we     become distressed as  we ascend higher and higher.   I have  never noticed,     however, that      my  bivathing is seriously affected  white  1 am aloft.  '���������'On my second flight my suffering  was intense.   On that occasion I ascended   to   an altitude  of 5,000   feet,  and  would  have gone higher but for  the fact that the safety valve of the  airship permitted  some of the gas to  escape.    Speaking of valves,  I might,  say a word aibbut The device which I  have been using on my airship.   Thc  valve that has been in use for years  and J,hat has keen  adopted   by every  modern aeronaut' in the world weighs  M pounds.   It is regarded as .m JTb-  -olute necessity in every well-rag-ulat-  c-d airship  or balloon.  When I 'constructed  the Toledo II., my purpo^  (Continued on Page 3)  This Hotel  has   been completely   Board and lodging $1.00 per day.  renovated.  HOTEL-    PRETORIA  JOHN TFA, Proprietor  Bar Supplied  with  the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C..  Liquors and(Cigars.  ..   . RESTAURANT " .  Cor* 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal af. any hour  - Mca's 35c. and Upward  Kike   Arr.  io.-/|2 11. in.  Ferine   l^v.9.55 a   in.  Best accommodation for transient  ind permanent boarders and lodgers.  ORA&D       HOTEL  r  This new Hotel has been comfort-,  a >5y furnished and the bar is up-to-  .l-te.1 Rates J1.00 a day and up-  w vrds.  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ITo Write a Story  of fie West  that would hav������ the true  ring     to it,'the author would  ������f   necessity     requira to live  triors for a time at least. He  must     study     the character,  isties of the western people���������  hava to become oino   of them,  living their daily life, sharing  their    joys      and      sorrows.  He would 'have    to mix with  them socially *n& in a business way,     in      short    be a  "Westerner "     Its a question '  of knowing local conditions.  Thc   s'ame  reasoning   applies  to    the    "Leckie Boot'j   tor  .   Western Miner,  the Prospector and thrt Lumberman.  The aiakers of the " Leckie Roof' are Westerners with  Western    experience.        They  know what to make anid how  to :nake it.     Its not so much  a question of price, as of quality.       Their sole     aim is to  make a    hetter boot for the  same money���������and the  "LEC  KIE BOOT" is it.  ^MANUFACTURED BY.���������  LTD.  AT T.   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PAUL  and'     MINNEAPOLIS"'  with       the,  through    trains    from    the    Pacific  Coast. - c  THE SHORTEST LINE, TH3  FINEST,TRAINS, THE LOWEST-  RATES;  THE FASTEST TIME.: ��������� '���������  ������������������'���������:-���������  ���������'.���������:   between1 '��������� 'V ::'.;<': ������������������  guages,  drawing in  pencil  and cray-,(M^NEAFQLIS,   ST^ PAUL,   CHP  ons, paint ng in oils aad  water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes or -individually.  Ladysmith.  MISS  BERTRAM,  B   C.  WM. MUNSIE, President .    J. W.  COBURN, 'Wan.   Director  "Telephone^.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   ALD  LADY SMITH���������Shingles a  SpecUItr-'  ���������-Manufacturers    of��������� ���������..  Rougirand Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc, o! the Best Quality.  Seasoned  and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring     and  FlHlibing    L*m������er  1������    Stock  I  ._ -  If  -"������.   HEAD OFFICE  I DUNCANS STATION,  I       Vancouver Island, B, G.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  General Manager.  If you like  .'���������'���������'���������'  A  smooth,' easy  shave,  an  eyen,  well-finished    heard trim, a good  bath, or a stylish Hair-cut.  You will go to   -  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PAfilORS  HIGH STREET.  . CAGO,    OMAHA,.   KANSAS CITY,,'  and.^LL POINTS EAST. ' ���������.������������������''''���������'���������  ��������� For complete information  ask. yorrs  local agent or write,'  ,,     ���������."������������������..   F'.-vW. PARKER  -; General  Agent,  HO 2nd Ave., Seattle.  VANCOUVER. B. C.  cTVlONEY TALKS/-  AS LOUD TO US   AS  ANYONE.  IF YOU ARE PAYING CASH FORYOUR  MEAT  YOUR   DOLLARS W  ILL   GO FURTHER  IF  YQ.U  BUY FROM US   Ouir Gash Prsess Oannof Be Beaten   >mi  Merchant Tailor  ���������   " *%   . w  B.   C  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE,  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATL1  BAKED AND FRESH.  Co������fectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency  HARTLEY   GiSBORIME  -J  PANNELL   &    FLASKET  mrr*  'A  Member Can.   Society  of   Civil  Engineers  Member Institution of Electrical Engineers,] England  Member   Inte.niafioi.al  Electrical   Congress   at St. Louis  190^  iSscfsicai EfiglKGer-  I'.  0, BOX 857g  J.AD.VSMITH, B4 C,  I  AN CIGAR FACTORY  .Oea era In  Pianos  Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  -.0.  Dr. Dier can be found ,-:(. nny time  at his office on Gatacre. st. His dwi-  tal work is gxaranteod to he fkot-  class1 and rates reasonable st.  Mannfacturers ofthe Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOM  None bu   Union Labor    Employed  H. J. BOOTH, Prop  HILBERT  /��������� >   i  DAILY LEIGBH  .'^~s*^^^*^i-^4*<^Z'-^X-->^-^-J-^J-.>-l--*-i- -l-^������>v-i-^-^-^-I-4>^->������5-#-.J->-J-  4  4  .4.  (Continued from Page 2)  *  rianuf.; cturers ofI the  SJ^Sj   S5"*'   J?08? KMgpBI  I  I  *  >    v-   , ' -   in   British Colunibia  |-     La^er   i������> *.���������������   ;!^Pcr^'   'Guaranteed   Brew:  I    edfrom the Ek-?-.,  ;3nadian Maltc Run   Hops  f  S������"   nro^  '^"^f41   an?       far  |P������-������������������������. ***������ no  impression on the  Horn  piooair,  and ..eclaies  that she    V*le  scientists.    Prof.   William      11   '  tVJti?.1^" the    ������X- rr0Wer'   ������*  the  Sleffiold  school, savs  perie���������ce,,0   hei   boi.cnna���������  ,ife Iivin      1Illlt  ir Ji(j wa3   . .3  ������ an advert,** car.-The Pilgrim,    'ing he should keep right on, by wl^i  ������c   imaiia,   as he   is human,   that   be  A  THE SUN'S CHANGES,  possibility   i���������      legaid   l0   lhe._  vvill not stop.    Dr.  Charles A. Lind  o'cy,   of the medical  school,   who     is  ecretary      0I-   the     state board    of  was to save weight wherever ��������� ��������� ssibde  The first thing I did was to dispense  with  thc old-fashioned   ^1*3.        its  place I substituted  an   ordinary u,i,-  bcr  band,   weighing a small   :ricl on  of an ������unce, of the variety      ed ir.  any office.    This rubber  band  I   sloped over the aperture in the b  of my envelope    into which the  had been pumped.   Aeronauts hold  their hands in horror at this scn-.;me I reasons "for .suspectm- lb-,,   iv .    but    I have  found  it answers   every    tonal  doctor of tli*t 10(V Jf���������"*' *"  ns������"  W,an   ^ America,   and there  practical  demand.     When I reach   an   -lines  a little greater tJutn the  nT  "      "������  *Vi"0nC<i  that   tllesc ^tions  ' "���������- ���������������������������'��������� t"������* ^l^ZCZ^-'T micie& vllh  ���������-,ni,��������� ���������_., _ '   * ,s"miJ������on.     Horse   sense  ma\    ������������������  ^ !,,,,���������,    u���������    iiuies   a  'altitude of" 5,000 feet, the ^;as' n the   diameter  con-  al-  ������������������ ��������� t T t V -t-������ -0--Y-  f "LAC/SIWJTH TRANSFER STABLE  f   PLAN OS,      ORGANS  I  I-  AND HOUSEHOLD     nUKNITURM MOV-  Ei)   PROMPTLY   A   Ni^S.VFrJLY.     ''     '    '  tables in  Hit- 1.-at ,,1 ihe Lad vsnuin  hou-i.  Abbots i.icii.  Leave orders at   the  *������������������ ���������>���������<��������� ��������� + -������������������������������������������ v + 4-J..t.^.*  A. J. ' j^.ijjl;:  Pi  <    envelope expands,  beca-,se of    he ,h.n   some of phcftoaAnlir.mr^11"���������01^' iSUmiJtiof)l''   Ifoi"se   sense  mav       a'l  I   .ress of the aicabout it,    and some of 'sun 3  teics^S    't������ Z? To  *������ ^   '"'  ^^  ^  ^oodS  4.   it-foices  its way  through the  apert-    ci.caie  that thr.ee in ll.'n i^J\i������ 1     lp0Jent Ya,e-New York  Sun  I, |uro by    stretching the rubber  band,   .me ,ears  there, has  b cn ������* ���������^ H  o '  regions0    YH Pie, that " iS'alm������St ^   d'IU,raiCe'     'Jhc ������:^:S     "*AKE A STRAP  TO HER."  iliculous.    ^et  lhave never heard,;   obvious  in 1871, 1883, ajid  lsV,rH    that any  aeronaut ever employed   if it ma,i., ,.1     1 o                                    '  before 1 adopted the scheme Then'j[ 1'"*^?   S    ���������" ^ H   "^^  t0  Scoleh  '^   *������ *"*  desire    to descend quicjUy,  I remove Dr. Poor po,I1<lS ouf fj f1";fhI,Cr,i0dS-.f',,0Ull<,ed  ^  JudS^  McKclvie,       of  lite rubber band, tilt the machine for Lent cUiseT^^Sl������         ^"B0,^*"'.   "������ a woman  requires  to    be  ward  by running along the      frame- time  withA Z^ZTtZT    * lC^S<*  thc "������������ba,ri  should  take  a  work of the prow of Unship, and the spot abundance             t.nt'u.c������ 8l"S" '^ * ^ '^ n0t USa hl'S *������*���������"  ^rirsHS^  so found in the fact  tl   1    i,���������  f        I      ?' ,   mCm"ms   kl>-������ck"'   lier   down  was apparently X^oS .^ ^ % ^' ������" t!'C ������^������- **>r-  amo.iiit of spottcdness niJ, v������ ��������� " 'a lS "SUaiIy 1,eW Lo  Both in the sii a, the " , - ^ "������ "u^V bU> aPParCnlly Jt Sl'f"  of s���������iar storms there is a ������nvCrs tv C -!" ^1iVTanUS CaSC> f"r ������i������e������ ad-  ,"n maxima : ���������������"Jah'ne him to give t,hc prei-e/CMCe   0 -                 I.? l.hest"'aP  hereafter, the  magistrate  Tha season of parties and, entertainments  is h������r������ witk it������  extra demands upon  our table equipment���������China.aad GlaM  ware,  Silver    and Cutlery. I    ���������    1        (  1$ Your's Complete?  If not,   these hints    will interest yiu.        ,".-������������������.  ',  Sons,   Mak>."      , "- -'"ll  i  "Joseph Rogers & Sons, Make. .  Table knives, celluloid handles, oval and square ... *7,1$7.5������ doz  Dessert Knives to match above, oval $5.50, square,' $6.80 dozen.  Ivory handled table knives, $1<f-.00 do?;. Desserts to match $9.50  .Carving Knives and Forks,'celluloid handles, oval an* sqjiare,  "������������������������������������"���������   ������������������ $2.50 and $2.75  pair.  i-Jandsome carving sets in   cases     from     $6.50 to  $46:00     utt."  Table fLinens aiid Cloths  Bleached Scotch table linens, choice .designs, C2-inch,  Napkins to-match, $1.50 dozen. ,,.":' '  Irish Linen Damask, full bleached, 72-inch,        $1.10  Napkins to match,  $4.00    dozen.  -Bleached Irish Linen tablecloths   j2yds,x-2J yds.' $3.25 each  75 c.    yd  gas escapes  j    "I have become so accustomed     to  I lHe   Var.ious atmospheric    conditions  [ that        I      can     notice,       a diller-  1 uflce    between the air on' the ground  and thafc found (0U the fifth story of  a oiiildiiig.   When I go upto the       th  or 20th stotey of one of      your skyscrapers, the difference is very marl-.-  cd.^   many persons,  especially those  .Wth weak hearts, become ^distressed  ������lien they go up into a high' building,  and  never look for an explanation oi  the trouble.    I think that women are  more    easily affected  by  the .lighter  air than men, 'but why I do not know  Often on reaching the top storeys of  a high building they find it necessary  to sit down for a few moments,  because of difficulty'in breathing or    a  fluttering of   the heart. This is due  entirely to the light air. .- "  "But even with the drawbad-s I  jiav-3 recounted, arid although I bc-  Iievc that .aerial navigation will never advance far beyond its present  stage, I have no intention of abandoning the occupation. There is ��������� a  rvonderful charm about it all."  London, Toronto, Hontreal, fflnnjpj* Vancouver, St. John,  N3.  SIHBiCAL  OPINION  ON   KISSING.  The  warning  of  I-'rof.  Founicr,    of  (ice   it seem������  +ni-������<T "V-,, "w^-" J������������-,-",- ������������������ no  game,   Mian he is  for  Paris, that kissing is unsanitarv and    "i     ew "   ' ttir oV       ���������orc m������"   ^a8,������������*   "is   -if,,   however   brutal  rrrr- ~  e   ������'   In both | *n,d, "P'ovoked the  assault.-Phi.a  'e'Phia Inquirer  BO   YEARS'  EXPEDIENCE  p**������"������������������������55S55Sg5^^^^^^=;  a ttJ^U__ -  t   I   C**4+l������>,. />        *1     B>-li{yp0St-I,!^fe������Mr,i3tf20ra\('   $      h SAME  FEELIVO  I      Seattle S Great *������Wi*������*    tho    failw.    ^Z,    }\    "^d haven't you cv������ taken arid  8 ^ " '     1C'  ntiV"  '    ",'  ���������-     '    ��������� ^'^ an automobile?" JecitT  with the new machine, pityingly  ���������o-  yard.  ^ iff. :���������  >'  The only woman in the world who  '.ravels as press agent for a circus, it  is said, is Lillian Calvert Van Osten,  who   left    the   stage'-to exploit the  merits of a Wild West show.   Though  callcdV'AJiss" and looking little more  -ban a girl, she"is a Mrs., and     her  husband, who is advertising manager  of the show, travels with her.      Miss  Van, Osten's business is to call upon  (he newspapers  to induce them      to  print good notices concerning      the  -show, and she has secured concessions  that men could not.   Miss Van Osten  Papers  DASLY  MJMUY  TWICE A WEEK  V  B ������  TTSE  P3ST-  WTELLKiEFieER  HI U   ?  Sam?rc Ceprss Free  Write ?cr Cne  IZf   nev.a  fiJ!U   all  parts   ui   ,ha  wcrJi  \J\. Ail the. rtato and locai news.    Da'W  and Sunday edition, 7ic per moni  Sumlay Pesl-ia'eJIiaeBoer, 49 to 53 Palm  Tno largest ar.d most oomplota'stitt  t   O   da7 Paper north   of Han J-ranciw*  ^   ^   Special   departewits   of   literatui*,  of fashion, oi women's news,    Gnj>  dny ������������illioa, ?S.OO per year.  TYflfi ������ Vt'&ck Psst-lKtelFHfcnr.fir  AU th- um of tha r/eek in esacs*,  detaile-d form. iriE TWIGS A  ~r?.-������i: Eijr.Tiojir i;j x.T������E 3^s~i  r\7rCB A TTUSJE PA5JS3 pub.  LIEirZJD 02T TH"E TACIFIC COAST.  V/i-its fcr sampla copy sind b? cob-  vtuced. Subscription prlo������, ^iLOg  pj-r year.  ,������������������ T - ��������� r9I'lie(i t,le P'ain person,  ,������������" T'ell out of a third story winnow once.  A3! P*4r:r,a5rc7������ R'B] r.sfc* ������2sgcr;pt!ofl*  :si-I.^n.J.L?<} Nr,Ei? ������}., Sca^Ii, ^asi  S.  P.   WZSTO.V.  Business Manager.  ^WMM^^uv^vv^wtta^i^^  NAMES OF VOTERS  twfiiiers'  ir  [achines,  Made to order and Repaired at short    notice.   Drill Sr.arp.aed by ns .'  .ways gives satisfaction.  Picks hand! ed and repaired. "      ' -���������J^?"-  Shipsmithing    in   aP    its  Branches  Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmitiis.  R. LAWSON;  Buller Street   -    -    -     -   Ladysmith, B C  Smith,  W  Tiinotfcy,   Griff,  Muir,   Join  INTHECITYire'Johl  Having the Necessary  Property  Qualifications to Hold Alders  manic Position  ^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������5K������3K������3((������3(f������^������  J  ?PHONE 66  3U  ���������^LIVERY, BOARDING AN.D '.  SALES STABLES   ..  .  !   EXPRESS   WORK   A   SPECIALTY  DAVID JOHNJSON . '  L\DVSMIT  C  J*  ���������-  The  following  list,  kindly  supplied f Seott.  G. W.  by the City  Clerk,   jives  the   names Wart������  Wm-  of voters in the city   having tke nee- Switli,  J.  E.  cssary  property qualifications   to sold Nichols**,   D.  aldermanie p'ositious, that is, i������sured Ihivis,  T).  H.  ���������real estate to the value of U9d.  The Si,er������   w*-  ���������antes having an  '(x' '��������� opposite   ars ir������ffa������,  D.  owners of ?1,000  worth or more    of McKinn**, Arch,  such property,  and as such are quali- [ Tha,  J.  ficd  to fill  the office  of Mayor.       In  some  cases,  however,  the party   nay  own enough' property but aot have it  registered  in his   own nam*  for     the  *������*������^������&������&a)K������###������^������*������>;������ *^  past six months, so all in the list  below may not for this reason be  eligible for a seat in the city couacii  The list will, however, h* fouad useful to citizens generally -in dscidiag as  to whom they would like ts bring  out  as candidates. '.'-''"'  anna ^Ctil'  LIGHT TEAMING  '''Wood "and'ii.u-kjj'far sils ���������'  SEE  J.   KEMP,   QR1 LEAVE'1 ORDERS   WITH  e  I   IT  FIRST  AVENUE  PHONE      6-0  ���������      W.   SILER.  GJBMEKAL LXPRESS' AND  DELIYEEY    -  WORK PROMPTLY DOv^  ^^ Leave orders at the Abhotsford.  UNITED ANCIENT  ORDER OF  DRUIDS  Ellington Grove No. -1 U. A. 0. D  Meets in tiie I1 00 .F. Hall, Ladysmith, the Second and! Fourth  Wednesdays of each month, commencing Wednesday,  l?,th.,  1905.  Visiting Druids     arc invited to 'attend. ���������  -Ry Orilef.  WM   RAFTER,  Reef Secty.  PATRICK BURK, N. A.      j  BOOTS and SHOES  AT RIGHT PRICES  -   Repairing and Making  Order a Specialty  THOHAS     MCEWAIS  .       ��������� i ... .    ���������  1st Avenue.   Ladysmith, B.  C.  Watson, W. J.  Brydcri,   Alec.  Bryden, Andrew        x  Conway,  T.  D. x  Conlin,  James  Kerr, Archi,,       1  Johnson,  D. T.  Gould, Isaac        x  Haggarfc,  D. W.  Lawson,  R.  Uren,   A. x  Winston, I. O.  Weinrohc, B. S.        1  Jones, Lot.        1  Campbell,  Colin        1  McDonald,  J.        x  Thomas,  J. J.,       x  McMurtrie A. J.        x  Nicholson,  D.      x  Beveridgc,  W.        1  .McLean,   W.   F. x  Hunter, Roht.      .' x  Matheson, M.        x  Rcnwick, Thos.  Lauderbach,  F.  Kerr,  Wm. x  Manuel,   VV'm.  Ciisboriie, H.  Lay,   Harry,v      x  1 Blair,  Harry        x  I Campbell,  Dan.  1 Vavis,  John        x  Munsis,  Thos.        x  Barclay,   Wm.  Gourlay,   James.  Lynn, M.  StephMis, Mil.  Malone, ��������� P. r  Roil*,  J.  Evans,  B.  McRea,  B- S.  Mottishaw,   S.   r-  Webi*y,   4'h*s.  Jones,  \T.  McKialey, J.  Sanders,  J.  Andwsoti, W.  Cassidy,   Geo.  Johnson,  G*e.  II.  J Robertson, A.  D.  BtQwm, W. S.  McKinaell, D.  Jolly,  Wm.  Watson,   Robt.  Coburn,   J. W.  Campbell. Mike  Ha worth,  f to.  Rafter,   W.  Greaves,  F.  VT.  Morgan, T. 0.  Coaway,  J. T.  Ve're, J.  Davitlsoa,   Wm.  Fulton,   Hugh  McMillan, T.  Davidson, j Wm.  Steele, J. !H.  Carroll,   II.  Woodbura,  M������s*e  _ Jo������es, D. W.  ���������''Hutchinson. James  Pollard,   H**ry  Rogers, John  Pro;V������������,  Janes  !AlIsopj������,. J.  Wright,  W.  Weir, J.   R.  Trew������ak,   T.  Spwic*, .Win.        x  Simpson,  W. 8-.  Dniisb,  Arch.  iNeea, P.  Walters, C.  Pattweoa,   9.  Kerr, J.  Razzaoa, B.  Tradf Marks  Designs  in an automobile?''" ^ ������Z��������� ���������      ?������^^������n^V,koVffiSS5l&4:  tptcinlnotice, without char������o, in ihe      rece,T������  Axelson,  C  Hughes,  II.  Smith,  Geo.  O'Connell, T.  Ryaa'   John  Ingham,   Jaraes.  McMurtrie,   Joha  McMillan, P.  Auchinvole,   Alec.  Callander,   Janrne  Kerr,   John  Sabiston,  1).  Sandersoa,  W11.  Jackson   W.  Kerr,  Thos.  Fletcher,  W*       :  Knight, A. O.  Roberts,  Geo.  Thomas,  I).  J.  Bickle,   J (dm :  Wasson,  A. G.  Eraser,  W.  Ci.  Ferguson,   Joe.  Dixon,   J.  James,  F. W.  Giffoid,   Sidney  Robertson,  Wm  {Mcintosh,   S.   I.  Mills,   C.   W.  Manuel,   J.  Lewis,  J. W.  Gould,   Sanipsori,  Park, John  Wiliiaaisdu,  R.  G������ar,  Roht.  Miles,   H.  O.  Gourlay,  Dave.  Bertp,   Ben.  Nimoio,   J.  P.  Gilchrist,  Wm.  Robertson,   A.   G.  Diinsmuir,  J.        r  Jones, Walter  jProvis,  T.  |A11cm,. Clfas.  j Youug,  Lewis.  Francis, D.  Wiilson,   G.  P  Hill,  Gus.  Mills, ,W.  G.  James,  W.  James, G.  Scarth, Ge*.  Gordon,   T.  A   Jamaican "Laay  Speaks Highly of  Chamberlaiu's  C'ovgh  Rem^r.  Mrs.  Michael  Hart,  wife of  the su-  Scientific American.  A hniidsomelT Illustrated weekly , Inreestelr  nilation of -inysclentiUo Journal,   a'ermg S3 ������  mm & Co.SCJB���������ad^New fork  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  work guaranteed, and at reasonable rate*.  RESIDENCE AND OFFICE  GatacreSt. Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS. r  HAY, GRAIN and  farm mmt  Orders will be dehrsred anywkwe  m the city promptly and at th* low-  sst possible prices.  Leave orders at Coristie'i, 0������ ta*  Esplanadt.  James Warnocfr  COMMERCIAL HOrEL  MR. and MRS   T. J. THOMAS, late  ^of   Mount  Sicker Hotel,  and *f the  1 Palace" Hotel,  Nanaimo,  have    purchased the   -COMMERCIAL IIOTEI^   on Doiifclas Street, Victoria, opvesit*  the city hall,  and  invite their    *la  j PATRONS  AND FRIENDS TO VISIT THEM WHEN  IN VI6-  TORIA.  OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE  III GENTS' FURNISHINGS  M������ns' ������lathing, Boys' aad Y*uths"  Mens' While Dtess Shuts, B*iiin, Sal  erus Neghge* Shirts j* Fancy Patterns, Linea and Geliuioia Collars,  Sulfs, i\eckt:*s, aad Suspendeis ia  large vaiintiei In Yv.juths' Bo}'s' an*  Alens', silk aaa Japaues* Initial  Handkerchiefs,   also  m   Ladies'  fancy  silk auJ     hmtu    Boots i.*i Shea* in '  nil SiV.es.  Don't lorget tht place, ������n Hith St.  Next to Hardware  Store.     -  John, J.  THOMAS.  Public Notice  4 k  Attention is called to the  fact that the  Ogifvie   Flour Hills Co.,   y'mited  makers  of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD , FLOUR,.    have for 4a* ������im*  past been producing flour In a   vastly  improved and parified ferm ^.  by  the aid of ELECTREC1TY  I   and having securea control of    all the basic patrJ   ^xelatfnj there-  prrinteudeat of  Cart Service  at Kin-1-   ft"   +���������   + v    *, ���������  ston,  Jamaica,  West Indies  lslands������   j)       ' 1S opPortuaity ol a  dvising  the  public   thl:,:'jury  says   that  she has  f,r some  y,ars us-   j    orized users of the electrical    flour purLfyinj precessl  wiirD^ro-  ���������d   Chamberlains   n0ush   Remedy  for   gg   'ecuted- N.,\- -. ���������',;  coughs,     croup ani  whooping covicrh \U rtn-Ji^A w -nn-.-.-.    ������  - conbii 1 ig Ogilvie Floxar MiUs Company Limited  I  and has found it r������IT bmcficial. She  has implicit coifidence iu it and  would not be without a bettle ������fit  in her home. Sold by Ladvsmith  Pharma-ey.  are +h������    only    miliars ia Canada witoss  purified by the  ele ctrio process  Flour vv  THE    DAILY    LEDGER  SSE  aass  ^S^ESE!  Price,  Hijk Street, 3rd.  )  Miss E. Dobeson will give lessons  in Vocal Culture.-- Phrasing,'manage  ment and control of breath, tone  production, efficiently taught. For  Particulars. apply Box 12, or Phone  146,  Nanaimo.   >  Smoke Big B.  Cigars.  January  Book Store.  magazines     at Knight's  Diaries for JOOG  at  Knight's  Book  Store.  SINGER  SEWING   MACHINE  and Lots of Beautiful  PREMIUMS  for the   wrappers of  WHITE SWAN  SOAP  ASK  YOUR GROCER ABOUT IT  Roykl Household  Adam's.  Klour at Blair &  Mrs. II. Cecil arrived  the noon train today.  in  (own on  ct is said that whon a newspaper  .contains plenty of police'court news  it is a sure sign of prosperity. " If  "llu's.be true, signs of the prosperity  of Ladysmith have not h'cen lacking  the last few days."  Rubbers, rubbers, rubers, at Simon  Laser & Go's.,,Ltd.  'i here is no other medicine rnanu-  facturcd that has received so much  praise and sa many expressions oi  gratitude y Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy, It is clTccti\e, and prompt  relief follows its use.     Grateful  par-  Smoke Little B. Cinars.  -������-o-  Sigmund Neumann, a 19 year old  schoolboy, not yet graduated from  the gymnasium, is thc author of - a  play called "Slorms." which was  successfully produce<l in the leading'  Fraii,kfun-on-thc-Main theatre .last  month The critics in the main speak  well of thc piece, which deals with  cuts   everywhere   do not aesitate to'the trials of a schoolboy, and prase  The Rci:|ftali's Concert, which was  ,1o have been,given on Jan. 16th for  lii? benefit of Mrs. Morris, has been  postponed  until   the 22nd.,   inst.  Smoke Big B. Cigars.  the author's talent.  -o-  Rev.  F. Ramsey, after forty years  It ������s especially adapted to j'of labor in the wilds of Ashantiland, j  'The following is the Tyee Company's manager's report for Decemlber  Smelter rah 11 days and treated  12,035 tos of Tyee ore, giving a return after deducting freight and refining charges,  of $'33,-160.  testify te   its   merits for thc benefit  oi others.      It     is a certain, cure fui  clou;, mid  will prevent the attack   ii  gi cu  al  the first appearance of  the  (iKStabc.  childrcH.  as   it  is pleasant  to   take | Africa, is spending a-brief vacation m  and    comtains nothing injurious.   Mr.  the United States.    One of his     ex-  E'A.  Humphreys, a well known res- periences  was when he wascaptured  iduit aad clerk in  ike store of     Mr. jb5'  the Ashantis,  who,  while   -they  Locke, of     Ahcc, Cake Colony. South' allowed  himself and  family  freedom  Africa, says:     "I have used Chamber !'luri������g  the day,  bound him  in irons  Iain's     Cough     Remedy to ward on cxcrv tti&hi-   Mr- Kanusay still     car-  crous     and     colds in aiy family.     I  Buy'your Gum Boots and Rubbers  p,t Simon Leiscr & Co's., Ltd.  , Kippers,     Smoked salmon, halgLjut,  bud  Cod Fish at  Blair and  Adam's.  \  found7 it very satisfactory and it glives  rae pleasure to recommend it." For  salt by Tke Ladyumfctk Pharmacy.  NOTICE  rics his shackles about with him on  his travels. '       .   '  Shahan Bey, a leader of the Albanian insurrection against Turkey, has  arrived in the States and will try to  inleiest the American board of foreign missions in his project for a-  hovs'^'school in Albania,.   The sultan  Mortgage Sal������  Under and    byvutue of the powers  contained    in    a certain      mortgage,  which will be produced at the time of ,has been wounded several times     in ���������  the sale/,    there    win be offered  for !fiShts with thc lialcd Turkish soldiery/.  The laa Robertson,  who was com-  sale b,v public    auction on Sal)Urday |Hc thinks     that if  the boys' school  mitted   ^ to'stand trial     by Justices i t,ne  20th   da-  of  January   .190G    at wcrc     established by    the American ]  Matheson and  Stewart,  last evening the ^ Q[   \m 0-,clock in \ha  ^  1 has set a pnee upon his head. Shaban  was taken to Nanaimo hy Constable  Cassidy at noon.  r. Dier certainly knows how it is,  himself. !He went up to see a brother dentist ,.n .Najia-nmo, professionally, Wednesday. After his visit he  'did not say a word about painless  extraction, j}ut. seemed, on his way  home to be wrapped in gloomy reflections.  "Cuban Blossom Cigars," made in  Nanaimo arc sold in nearly, if n- t  quite .every hotel in Ladysmith. They  are made of good tobacco, not a  large cigar, but a free smoker and  generally regarded by those who indulge in the weed as ��������� possessing a  good and refreshing flavor. Mr.  Looth has set up a good trade in  lis - home town and reaches out to  Vancouver and other Mainland (.towns  w <������������������    at    the Law     Office of M.  R.!  'fei..son,  in the City of Ladysmith, that country  B. C, by G-omer R. Thomas, the following   property,     lots C    and  7 in  block 26, situated on Roberts st., in  the City of Ladysmith.  1 hoard  the sultan  would not dare  interfere  with   it  for fear  of offending  -24-  New Patterns  In Nairn's  Linoleums  Placed into Stock To-day-  A Splendid Range-Net a Bad  Pattern among them-The Prettiest Wi Have Ever SHown  They Start at  40c  PER YARD  Anyone thinking of Buying  Linoleum or Oilcloth, Should  See This Buncli Before Purchasing  Walters &  Akenhead  M. R. SWSPSOK  Solicitor,  Etc.  Money  to   Loan  t knmt -     Ul)Yi>1 1  1    MUNICIPAL NOTICE  hcieliy   required    ia take antics and  govern himsi-lf accordingly.  The qualifications by law required,  lo be possessed hy Mayor are suck  persons as are male British subjects  of the1, full age of twenty-one yeais,  and are not .disqualified under a������y  law, and have been for the next six  months preceding the day of nomination, thc registered owner, in ttie  Land Registry office, of land and real  property in the City of the assessed  value on the last {Municipal .Assess1-  ment role of'one thousand dollars  or more, and who are otherwise  qualified as municipal voters.  The qualification' by .l*w required  to ha possessed hy Aldermen are  such persons ;as are male Britisk  subjects of the full age of twenty-  one years and are not .disqualified  under any' law and have been for the  six months next preceding thc day of  nomination tho registered owner, ia  ,the Land Registry office, fet land and  real property in the City, o( the assessed value on the last Municipal  Assessment rolei of five hundred dollars or more and who are other,  wise qualified as Municipal voters.  Given    under     my. hand at Ladysmith  the 4th day of January, 1906.  JOHN STEWART,   /  Returning Officer.   ���������  Dangers'    of     Cold  and How      to  Avoid Them.      , %  Alorc fatalities have their origin in  or result from a cold than from any  other cause.   This! fact 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 Chamhfcr-  i Iain's-Cough  Remedy fias been   rec-  ogaized 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 in  restoring    the system     to a healthy  condition.'    Sold' by  the Ladysmith  Pharmacy.,  ��������� ������������������o���������������������������  RUBBERS & GUM  >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>������������������  Wc have a large Assortme it to  Select from, and we can please you  as to Quality and Price  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������;��������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Mens' Long Gum Boot*  Mens'  Short Cum Bods  Ladies' Gum Boots  Ladies'  Rubbers  Misses Rubbers  Boyss' Guaai Boots  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������:������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,������������������������*  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  V  GATACRE ST  LADYSMITH  Smoke Big 1$.  Jigars.  KISS ALBUM.  Public Notice .is hereby given to  tiie electors of ��������� the -Municipality of  Ladysmith that I u-quiii: ine picsence  of    the said     electors     at the City  A     clever young London lady, , a  Miss Evans, has devised a new kind ,.   ,    ,       ... ,.,     ,.,,      41 ,,��������� r  Terms of payment can be arranged 'of aulograph ulbum that is likely to  Hall> Ladysmith, 0.1 the fifteenth day  with the Mortgagee or his Solicitor,  For  further    particulars  and conditions of sale apply to  1 RUSSELL SIMPSON,  Solicitor for Mortgagee.  Dated at    Ladysmith   this'-lib day  of January,  A.  D.,  1006.  GEO. E MARTIN  BARRISTER   ANN  SOLICITOR,  OFFICE  Opposite Windsor Hotel  NANAIMO, li. C,  W. G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor, \  v    (1st Avenue) t  Pall Stock  on   hand. Call early and  getjyour choice \  NOTICE  be popular.   It is so contrived as   to  enable a young lady not only to collect the autograph  signature of  her  relatives,   schoolmates,   and   intimate  friends,  but  to  preserve  also      imprints of their kisses.  Thc hook  is equipped with a little  NOTICE is hereby given that an application will be   made to the  Leg-  NOTICE  pad  of a soluble carmine-tinted  substance upon which the lips are   first  merited  by  two voters of the Mimic  lightly pressed so as   to take up    a 'lalily as     proposer and .ixondcr and  Ml lie of the pigment.     Then a little   shall be    delivered  lo the Returning  Notice is   hereby given that I will  hiss is imprinted upon the page    ir.  apply at   the next sitting of the Mu-'thc spacs    provided  for the purpose,  ' of .the notice and 2 p. m. of the day  nlcipal Licensing1 Board for the trans ' leaving  a clear carmine record of thc ,of nomination,  and in the event of a  fer of the~rctail     li,i.or heensc held  ^ssure of _the lips.    By the side    of   poll   becoming  of January, 11)0(5, at 12 o'clock noon  for thc purpose of electing persons to Js]-ive Assembly, of the Province ef  represent .them, in the Municipal British Columbia, at its next session  Council as Mayor and  Aldermen. rur  an     Act  to  incorporate  a Com-  The mode of nomination of caiuli- nany -^h power to acquire, pur-  dates shall be as follows: 'chase, construct and operate the un-  Tha    .candidates  shall  be  nominated ^^^   of    the Vancouver       aad  oast-Ivootenay      Railway Company;  the Aiberni     and (,'owichan Railway -  Company; the ivamloops <5������ Atiin Kail  in writing,  Ihe writing shall hc sub-  Oliicer at any time between the dale ^ay Company; and  the Midway    aud-  enion Railway   Company; and to ac-'  and  does a good  trade  there as  well*^ me for Wle Portla,1(l n^>   Fhsl  as in the Island towns.  NOTICE  A .meeting will be held in the Chec-  3 er Club Room on Saturday evening  Q3th., nist., at 7.-''' p. m , for the  purpose of consider.i-.g ll.c adUbaU!-  ity of cele rating ti c birth of -Scotia's Bard, Robftic Burns.  Smoke Little B.  Cigars.  Avenue, to David nines.  JOHN GOC.O  Russell Simpson, Solicitor.  .NOTICE  NoLics  is hereby given   that   T   will  ...it  be responsible  fCr  debts  contracted in my na ne byl^ny person   without my writt::i order.  JOHN GOGO.  Ladvsmith,   B.   C, Jan.   8.,   1906.  NOTICE  I ADY5MITH &WATF.rg WOPKS  Consumers are requested t������ call at   tke o7.ee     on  Roherts   Street  jUiy Water     Rates, V'-tweeB t������e 18th   aad the 25th of each month.  J, I BLAND  jl'    r" '    ���������      " SUPERINTENDENT.  Itt jata'-atffctl rWiMMBi VAtlUlicttV-.- iJJ6i>t*.Uii&tg3aaiiteitSS  TIMOTHY and CLOVER  and  oil becoming necessary, such poll  the kiss print space is another 'or will he'opened on, the 18th January,  the autograph and date, and togeth- 1906 at the City Hall, Ladysmith,  er thc kiss and the signature make a and kept open until 7.00 p. m. of i-ie  very precious and intimate keepsake, 'same   day,  of which every person is  WATCHES  -.'/'  r 1  We are;; now showing a  Large Stock of  Handsome Watches, Ladies and Gents  RINGS  and Other Jewelry of First Class Quality  7������������nK-.^3K:  B.FORCIMnER  WATCHMAKER,  JEWELER, OPTICIAN  First Avenue,    X   X   X>-    Ladysmith,   B. C  [PAINTING  AND  PAPERHANGIN8  TIJST RPCFlVFr)S'^eatly ant* ^rt'stica"y ?one  7f\     /f^     , f\     A\     st\    ,A\     *r*     /1\     7f\      7r\     7J\  ALL   KINDS OF FEED, INCLUDING  9e-*e-as-3*e-ae-������r-a-. -;���������������  I  Chop, Whedt, Whole Corn, Cracked  Corn, Seconds Bran, Oats, Oil Cake  and Feed Corn Meal  UALITY THE BEST  PRICES   RIGHT  Blair & Adam  |JK3KMMKa8gaiaW'MKaTOi:BS2Z^3  S. ROEDDING   -  Orders Promptly   Executed  - x-   LADYSMITH  quilt all the rights, powers and pri-  viligci  of the said  Companies;       and  ��������� wiiu  power  to exercise  all  th������ powers contained in  the Acts  ol  lncor-  pufation oi the said Companies;  aid  1 with power to acquire, purchase, con-  blrucs   and  operate  the  undertake  ul  any    uoiier Railway   Company     or  Companies;  and with power to   subscribe    for and   purchase  ,l.he  stock,  bonds, debentures  or other securities  of any Railway     Company;   and    to  exchange  the stock  orf other  bonds,  debentures or other securities of the  company   to be incorporated for   the  shares,  slock, debentures, bonds    or  other  securities  of  any  other    Railway    Company;  and with power to  increase the capital of the Company  to be incorporated;   and  with   powec  to issue shares as fully paid up; and  to borrow  money   on the  Company's.  I . sets  by  any form  of security;  and  with,  power  to  promote any  Rail-''  ay Company or Companies, or to  amalgamate with any Company or  Companies; and with all the other  I and neccssaiy powers conducive to. the  carrying out of, the Company's undertaking.  Dated at Victoria, B. C, this 22nd  day of November,   1905.  ROBERTSON        ROBERTSON,  Solicitors   for   the  Applicants.  Stoves  Pattern and Latest  Stoves  We are making them 01 the Newest  ��������� } ,'���������       'i     ���������:<:_'!., Styles.. j  WE DO ALfc KINDS OF FOU NDRY WORK  Our Price's at* Reaaona, hie  SEE OJJR   NEW STOVES IN BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  and at Lsdysmith^Hardware Company  LADYSHITH   IRON & STOVE WORKS CO���������;i-TD.  NOTICE: Tkt Eiquimait and Nanaimo Railway C������rupa������y will apply  lo the pariiameal of Caaada at its  next aubsion tor ��������� ������u Act extending  che tini������ iCr commweing and completing aa tx'tMuion e-f its iau>������ line  lo Couiex aua lUw braachi^ reicrred  to ia its Act ax laeorporation aad  alse amiowariny; tke Company to construct aad oparata a railway from  O01110* to a poiat at or ������ear Campbell River also a branch from its  inaia ' liae at "ar near Duncans via  Cowichaa Valiay U Aibarai. also a  oranch fro** ������ poiat at or aear Englishman's Rivar ta Albcrai Cana.i  and ������ toraach from a point at or near  Coniox via Cum.*ri*r.d south-westerly to Alherai Ca-aal aad giving the  Compaay jeaaral pbwars to construct  branch liaes,    and fer ather purposes.  Datad at Viet-oria ftis 14th day of  Dteemfcer, 1905.  W. F. SALSBURY.  Sfcretary E. k. N. Ry.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles.  Rental, $10 per annum for each mile  of river leased. Royalty at' the rate  o! 2fc per cent collected on the output after it exceeds  $10,000.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister  of  ihe  In-  trior.  FAME'S PATHWAY.  The King of Spain in the even Jig  generally rides in the palace grounds  and after a simple repast generally-  retires about 11 o'clock.  Trustees.  Notice  A. HOWEJof CHEMA1NUS, has opened the -MEAT*  MARKET lately    run by W Ward, on Roberts street  WITH A FULL jUNE OF FIRST CLASS MEA1S  Pork and Sausage a Specialty  A TRIAL SOLICITED  A.   HOWE  Phone 20  NOTICE is hereby given that an application will he made to the Leg-  lative  Assembly   of  the  Province ol  British    Columbia at    its next, ses-  1  sioa for an Act to revive, ratify anW  uuiifirm   the Cowichan-Alberui       and  Fort   Rupert Railway   Company  Act,  and extending the time for comincuc  'ing'construction of the said railway,  and     of    expending    ten  per     cent.  of   tho   Company's   capital   thereon,  ami to empower the Company to extend its railway from any point on  its line.to the City of Victoria, ar  to any p6'int on Esquimalt Harbor;  or in the alternative to incorporate  Company to build the line of railway set out in the Act of Incorporation of the said Company, with tho  extension hereinbefore mentioned, and  with all '��������� the powers contained in the  Model  Railway  Bill.  Bated  at Victoria,  B.C.,  22nd No-  mber,   1!)05.  ROBERTSON  &   ROBERTSON,  Solicitors  for  the Applicants.  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Goal lands  Buy b# purchased, at $10 per acre for soft, coal   and  $2i for  anthracite.  Not mora than  320 acres can ba acquired by ane individual or aompany.   Royalty at the  rate    of t������n cents per ton of 2,000  pounds    shall     bt collected on the  gross output.  Quartz���������A free miner's certificate is  granted upon payment in advance ol  $7.5t par annum for"an iadividual,  ind from $60 to $H0 per a������num for  1 company, according to capital.  A     free miner,  having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500 x 1,500  feet.   The lee  for  re-  onling a claim is  $5.00  At least $100 must be expended op  the claim e*ca year or paid to the  nining recorder ia lieu thereof. When  S50S  has'baea expeaded or paid, the  'ocator  bislj,   apea having  a survey  wade, aad upoa complyinj with oth-  -.���������r requiremeats, pafekase tha land at  $.1 an acr������.  The patent prerides lor the payment of a royalty of 2J per eent oil  tlii- sales.  I'LACER miaisg claims generally  are lwO feet square; entry fee $5, renewable yearly.  A free miner may ektaja two le&u-  es to dredge far geld ef fiVe miles  each for a term of twenty years, renewable at the discretion of the Min-  ieter of the Intsrior.  MUNICIPAL  NOT1C  Electioa of School  Public notice is    ler.'jy   tni'ii      lo  the electors  oi the  Aluu'Cipahiy   v   of  thc City of Ladysmith,   that    I   require the presence of    the  said electors  at   the   City   Hall,   Ladysmith,  on Monday,  thc loth  day  of January,, 1006 from  12 noon to  2    p. m.,  for the" purpose of electing  two'-persons .as  members oi 1ii:e board       of  Trustees of Ladysmith School, .District. -^a^^-=^_,'  Any  person being  a house    holder-  in ithc School . District,' and       heing-  a   British subject   of the  full      age  of twenty  one years,  and  otherwise  qualified by  the Public Schools   Act  to     vote at  an    election  of School"  Trustees in the said   district, .is   eligible to be  elected   to serve as      a  School Trustee.  The Mode of Nomination' ol Candidates   shall  be   as   follows:  The candidates shall he nominated  in1 writing, the vriting shall be ' sub  scribed hy two voters of the municipality , as proposer and1 seconder,  and shall be delivered to the Returning Officer' at any ���������time between the  date of the notice and 2 p.m. of  thc day'.of nomination , ami in the event of a poll becoming necessary such  poll'will he ��������� opened. on Thursday,  the 18-th day of January, lflOG at  the City Ifell aforesaid Lorn 0 a.m.,  till 7 p/m., at which time an.l place  each elector who is duly qualified  to vote for Mayor will he ratitlod  tocast his. vole for two criulidatcs  for members of the Board of School  Trustees' but may   only  cast one  votefor any such candidate, of which  every person is hereby required to  i/p^o talfe notice and govern himself  accordingly.  Given under my hand at Lady-  smitli, this fifth day of January,  1906.  JOHN  STEWART  Returning    Officer.  a

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