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Array w  vteri^mr-ftt&s:  ^imd  *  *t-  'V'  i-     ���������  ,-r  ~,y  y*>  ' 1  '���������JW'I  <#/  ^^m.%)  ,. VOL,-2  SATURDAY,  JAN.   20,   lflrjC  PRlCi'J  I-NT  6. R. WILSON  IS NOT m   "  SATISFIED  Editor Ledger Sir:���������Allow me to  correct Mr. 0. II. Humming iu his  article of yesterday. I did not say  the board received Miss Milligan's  letter. ' I said it was 'seot to tin?  secretary, pnd when the board attempted lo pass a. yote af censure) on  M ss Milligan why  did not thc secre-  FOOTBALL  TOMORROW-  BASKETBALL  Within    ti*   next,   fortniipjht   , '������:e  will be two eients o> great inteicst  lo lovprs    of   s-port    In  l,u ... ��������� ..������^ii,  \i/., two Casket ball matches, one between the local seniors and 1I12 Sydney ', tetim, on the 27th.,' the' other  an international, game, "thefettle  Meteors- vs. -Ladysihith 'senilis'in  the    31st. The    local  -nn/'j^or ������.  pretty f J .1 beating ,ii\' Victoria- lust,  tary produce her letter, if he receiv- J week, but ficy. worj of course pi; y-  ed   it, iuid     <;������ash it thuro and..Vhcsi. . i������R ������������i ������ strange,hftli',.'and v\U'.i_ good  However,    as   thc    board  is aware,  [LEVATOR  DISASTER  III NEW Y  ffiOT TIME  Oil NELSON  ELECTIONS  y h~  1 l������iactice between this and.t.lie,tl.iy of  the , iu.\xt gamp ' shcfold, in a i.all  with _}iich they.are familiar, inaki- a  t'/.od showing. ' 'lhe'"Sydney mtn  will tonic here "with, a splendid , \i-  talinn, ha/> lug ������.������!lcaK'd 'se/pr.j.1 .of  the w.ick. to.j.ii.s of Vkturia1. "ie  will also -ji     a match UI'-vcl-ii    ������������������������ o  now that thc letter was duly ^received,   it is   up to tlHMn '��������� to inak|! their  retract it n as public as 1-heir censuic.  Jan. 20, 1!������06.  U.  R.   WILSON.   0_j   Mr.     Hugh? Kulton .went down to  local teams on that evening1.  ���������Victor a this   morning to  referee the ���������-  football mutch between ithe Garrison The KanaiJino Ite.sketl J-.llers pas.sd  and II. M. S. Egeria this after- tlirougji on the mo.<iimg,lr.i n.h,r  no0ll . , "' Victoria,     where they   will p-ay the  Fifth ,Rvpime-nt in tlie drill; hall Mus  ���������o  evening;.      All   things consideted,  the  X: nunion'tcs   jlooked cheerful  After the Conceit tonight ^i dance  will he held,  in  Gents 25c.. extra.  it-t'-d  to  senm jthc -sympathetic u(-  terr.-ccK.  (If  at   lhe station  New   York,   Jan.   19.���������The    middle  coach   of a   three car  elevated   train  on   the  Cypress Hills branch    of  the  Brooklyn  Rapid Transit      Compamy  was   derailed   today   at    'an   "uncontrolled" switch at    Fulton and Chest  nut   streets,     and     plunged     30  feet  from   (ho  overhead  si nicture     to     a  \acunt   lot.      The  forward   end        of  the     car struck' n    heavy     boulder,  and   tiio     crash  of    -broken   tini,'b|ers  could   bo heard  for  blocks.    For    an  instant   the cut   stood     on    end and  then  fell  heavily  to  one side,  .splitting   from end   to end  and eiillapsing  into  an  almost,  tint   irmss  of  wreckage.   Of   the   twelve   passengers    who  wont  down   with   tlie  car,   one     was  killed   and thc others more     or   less  .������eriously   injured.     A guard standing  on   the  front  platform   was    so  badly      hurt      oy being      hurled    to thc  ground  that he   is  not expected      to  live.  - G,oingt upon the elevated structure  to get evidence as to the .switch  police Captain  Cullen   said he      was  Thc     Colonist    today says Mr. \V.  ("iG.    Wells,"is     staled by (ihe capital  Liberals to he the probable successor  to Sir    Henri      Joly as Licutr'tuMii-  Governor bf Biitish  ������'i l(ini'!.<i;i.  V  PROCEEDINGS IN  PROVINCIAL HOUSE  an>   i  V  Victoria, Jan. 18.���������Mr,  Evans  Cowichan  resumed  the debate  tho address  and asnr^h^d iho   success  of   the   fruit   industry   veiy   , lai^e.y  to the energy of tbe pioneers n  i that branch ol" agriculture and ii.il  (to anything that tho government  ' bad done. He favored very ^treng-  \ ly some mensuro by which fariu-  Jcrs could be supplied with stump  j ing     powder at cost.   At       present  he claimed the price was almost dou  jble  what  it  should bo and  operated  "ivrently to tho detriment of tbe  /country.  Mr. Par-ker, .-Willmms, ���������-. Newcastle,  /pointed to.the general'prosperity of  'iho country as proof that tins Jjib-  ^eral prophesy     of blue ruin for   the  proVjUica had not Lye-n realized /mow  jthey  called "general  prosperity"    ft  was a ridiculous idea that govcrn-  >ments could do anything to pro���������  )mote general propserity. Take the  | lead bounty for instance, it , was  ysimply a. charitable donation. Soo  'ddlists  bullevcd too much importance  was shown to what was termed the  V'business" class while the working people, were ignored. . 'There  1 yas no need for more ra.lways. jMr.;'  ' /illiams then made ,a sweeping at-  '{tack on the immigration policy of  Xhe, Dominion government sajmg  rthat ' its effect was not to jncreaslT tax sevei-ly,  population bait to lower wages. Tho-  fe  already  on  the land   were   replac  Id by Doukhobors and Clelecians.  and now they were going even low-  fr with the mudrake and dragging  '{he garbage  of   the    filthiest       soc-  pty  oS  the   immigration   oflice.  continuation    oft this 'policy  disgrace   to  the     Ottawa po-  't-icians   who   climbed      into   power  n the back of the working classes.  Mr. II. Tnmner, Sniwiieli, thought  reason the government support-  jbrs attacked tlie , Dominion' /govcrn-  Yient was that they could find nothing  to sjjonk ni'Uout tbe    speech from  ho  throne.     He  wont  on     to  favor  heaper   powder     for   land   clearing,  surprised to see (lames l^uisting' from  local siorts'who-. em ih^ wreckaK-e. The fire department  ' "~        was, called,  but  the remains  of    the  I car j were practically destroyed be-  There will prntyibly be. an Associn- i",,i.-o the coroner reached the scene  tion KooUwIl. maich. hcitwecu the ' ((/Jnvl,stifeiate. The accident was al-  Seniois aid %lntirmeitfate.s on lhe ������������������;{st n repitition of tbe elevated  Muii':cr ground tomorrow aftemtun. | .ail.-ond wreck at Ninth avenue,  ������������������-=~:.-=.=r- - - -r,     r ���������~<,~.~   ;~-v.:���������" j and   fifty    third   street,    Manhattan.  Us I summer, when several persons  1.,'st. their lives. Simon C. Wilson,  tl'i ,\cars old , a Brooklyn estate  dealer was the passenger killed. e  wus found wedged (between  s-jats m the wreckage at the' forward end ot" r,he car. The guard,  whose in iui-ies may prove fatal is  Samuel Rosenthal. -  I Pty  oj  I   The  I Vis a  j;he  tnd scored thc government for hav-  mg no practical agriculturalist in  |.)ie  cabinet.  Mr.   It.   Hall,  Victoria,   spolco  of!Grant,  McNiven,   Cameron. , .   ���������-  on ; IJrury,  Patterson." .' - .s  Private Hills and Standing Orders.  ���������Young, liowsor, Ross, ..CSaVdon,  Sl.atford, Manaon, Hall, Cameron  Agriculture.'���������Ellison. A. McDonald  Heiutersoife"��������� *~'- ���������*��������� "'' '"''  PwbHic accounts.���������Shatfoitl,,. .Bowser M&ogownn, Manson, Hall, Cameron,   Henderson.    ,,  Mining.���������CliHord, Young ^ Taylor,  Wright, Grant, Shatfordj A. McDonald, Fraser, Tanner, J. A. Mc.  Donald, Oiivet.s Ross, Williams, Dav  idson, Jones, Murphy Brown, Kings,  Wells^ Hetiderson, McNiyeri? : j - ; ^ ������������������'  Victoria, Can. 19.���������Mr' Manson today presented a petition, from tho  B. C. Permanent Loan, and-Sayings  Company asking for leave to " incorporate.    .  The debate, on the address was  resumed by W. C. Wells (Palliser,)  who pointed out that the government surplus was: about, equal to  the amount-received.-from the .Chinese immigration tax which" had now  ceased. Me claimed that the lumbering industry was not in a;flour���������  ishingi condition declaring' that the  capital'..'invested was not yielding an  average return oi" 3 per cent. while.  joint stock companies wore1 hot pay  ing dividends at all. ;������������������  He condemned the-hand loggers'  and ��������� whatever.; success  had come to the .-; lunib/Jr industry  was entirely due .to.-,.. the policy, of  the Dominion government, in building up the Great Canadian'. Northwest.  As to bettor terms",, he declared  tho threat of the fourth member  for Vancouver to. march to Ottawa and demand better terms or  secede lrom the union was character  i.stic   of  the     CdnscrvaClvcs who.  were never crossed in' their 'purposes for five minutes bhti/ \they (tsilkod  rebrcllion.- He depreciated the introduction., af, federal' politics Into  pri.viuc.ini alVairs, but ho ������������������might say  that the tido of Ijl-bcralism had overflown Saskatchewan and Alberta  and was now overwhelming, England, and would sweep 'away every  Conservative member in Cana'du. Ho  of ' wns convinced that  Sir Wilfred I.aur  CHAINED AND  CHARMED  .Nelson, B.   C.  Jan.   19.���������The   municipal   elections   held  here   last,   night  were hot 13--  contested up   to the closo  of   the   pollh.     Aid.  (J.   Gillette,  was  elected   mayor "over John J.    Malone.  hotel   keeper,   by   111   of   n  majority.  Mayor���������W.   (J.   Gillette.  Aldermen���������West   wurd,   J.   10.   Anna  ble,   llaroid   Scions,   and   .f.        Frud.  i 1111 ne.  lOusLw-ard���������Dr. O. Hose, John A.  Irving and   John   l\ irhpal rick.  Nelson, Jan. 18���������The most exciting political mooting ever held in  Nelson ociuned in the Opeio. house  ast iiii;ht. It. culminated in on.:  of the s-pefikeis striking another on  the   pin f form,   and   a, general up-  lonr foil j wed.  The hall was crowded from floor  t ceiling with -hooting yelling supporters ol" both factions. The excitement 1/egnn when S. S. Taylor  accused tlieacting mayor and candidate, Gillette, of promising a pro  fessional gambler that he would run  the town wide open. Mr. Taylor  was -formerly a candidate in the Lib  rral interest for Nelson ajjainst MV.  John Houston, M. L. A., and is now  chairman 01' candidate Maionc's com  uiittee, John Alalonu having ber.n  Houston's chief supporter for many  years.  When this statement was made by  Mr. Taylor, Gillette lumped up and  gave the lie direct. Not contented,  ho rushed across tho stivge and  struck T.i.ylor in thc face. Friends  separated' them, and a burly Gillel,  twolte supporter 1 jumped on the stage,  his w ife vainly trying to hold him  baik, and. standing in Iron of Gillette, dared the Malonoites to come  on.     Great  was the uproar.  AJr.   Houston   is   here,   but   is    taking   no  part   in   the  speech   maUim;  1UMBEB MILL AND  LARGE STORE  > DESTROYED  Winnipeg, -Jan.  .2(1.��������� The  Maiiitohjij  Luinhcr _ Compjiny    lost "i^'s mill !at< J  Carman, and     a Jmgc slock of'lumber    this     morning, the whole 1 being  destroyed by fire. '.  The plaint was worth ten- thousand  dollare? and the insurance on tho  wliole was only fmnteen thousand  'lo'lars.  -O-  TIIE  REMY TRIAL  Helena, Mon., Jan. .in.-The jury  in -the Remy case was discharged at  noon today after bw'ng out for five  days. For three days it has stood,  eleven for the second degree and  one  for     acquittal.  ������Thc    trial.has cost  the ,coamtry $5',000- so far. Remy  will be put 'on trial again at the April term of court. 1  , (It wiil.be rcniemi.jrred that Remy  was arrested jii Vancouver and Vancouver detectives were-in-Helena giving evidence. >The man, is accused of  murdering his prospecting partner  but claims the killing was accidental, i After his partner was filled  Remy buried the bouy ami came on  to irlritjsh Columbia.  KING DAVD A  TOTAL LOSS  Special Despatch to the Ledger" Gives  Names of the Crew Who Are  Thought Lost  After Camping a Week on the Beach  Set Off Cape Beal in Small  Boat For Help  A special     to   The     Ledger from  week after the  ship went ashoie, vet  Banfiehl 'gives the names of those o'  thc King J)avjd crew . who are thought to be lost. They a>e as follows  _ Officers, Woolstein, . J. Rogers, A.  Pasoreen, II. G. iBray, J. Poda,  E\an Jones7 iVLat -Peterson. '  As mentioned!before,  these mien, af  ter'camping'on the beach for over a'dry  out in one oi the small Uaats-for  Cape Beal rto'^ct assistance. Since  then nodhing has been heard of ��������� und  there is little hope '��������� they are , yet  al*,vp. The King David is a. to|ai  loss, although , she stands > high and  ANNIVERSARY OF RED  SUNDAY CELEBRATION  -o   At a meeting of tiie Ci1y> x\.\w ,  held last evening Mr. I. 'Cf. Whit  c-Ainbe, Musical Uirrctor, was made  ,'the. rccL[,l-jiit ! of a very handsome  gold elm iii and ���������charm-. The presentation was made -by the^president of  the. I.lan������l,'���������'���������', ,who referred, to the very  valuable'tservices rendered by the Director, and assured him of the'.appreciation land sincere regprd,)of the  Band. Mr. Whitcombe, "although!taken completely by surprise, replied,  suitably, thanking them. for the man-  ifestation of their good-will and- appreciation. ��������� ���������'  The presentation ..was.,followed by  a program consisting of vocail and  instrumental (solos, choruses,!.speeches, and refreshments. - Thc singMig  of ''For He's, a Jolly G,0od 'Fellow"  brought to a'conclusion a very pleasant evening's .entertainment..-  The celeiirafed     Gaynor and Groan  case, is   now  on trial    at Savannah,  Georgia. Ttwill he recalled that  these are Uie     men1 who successfully  resisted extradition'for more than  two yea is in Mainitoha. They are  alleged embezzlers to '-the Unileil  Slal-cs for between two'and tliri-e  millions  of dollars,,   as jcontiactors.  . ��������� ���������p. : ."���������'  A young man, Alec. Strong, just  over- from Scotland, lias joined the  association football team and will  make'.his first appearance locally on  playing ^or the seniots in tomorrow's match. He is said to be a  first rate player.   ��������� o ���������'���������"."  The appeal of T. W. Fletcher aer-  aingt the ' decision of Justices of the  Peace Matheson and Stewart, whereby he''.was- scntcficed- to 'a term ior.  imprisonment for receiving property,  knowing it t o-'be^ stolen, will, it, is  announced, be heard hy Judge Harrison at   the  February court  .  WILL ESTABLISH  MINiNG SCHOOL  Vancouver, Jan. 19.���������It ,is confidently expected that within a , short  time a completely equipped school of  mining engineering Willi be established    in connection     with thc regular  St. Petersburg,  Jan.   20.���������There is *&��������� benefit  the orphans  md  littlu     prospect of     -any disorder on  Monday next, though, the revolutionists labor organizations and a   vast  mass  of   the Liberals   of  ltussia are  determined to honor the memory   or"  the   illstarred   followers   of      Father  tJapou by the cessation of work and  pleasure on the anniversary 01  their  death.     Anniversary   oi   'lied Sunday  will  bo  observed as  n day of mourn  ing.  not    ��������� ol strife, sa.id    a certaia  member  of   tliu   revolutionists     committee to  thc press  today.     He  disclaimed all  idea  ol* acolJission    with  courses of Vahcouver college >ajid under  itie auspices ,01'  iu'JUiU   unuers-i- .' hetroops  who  after the  events      of  ty.       For' " some;t'imc    pasU it has Moscow  and elsewhere   must, be con-.  been felt ������that'" such a course, covering at least tiie first two year's  work,    should be    provided for local  students. Ii is expected) that with- j provoke a general strike, he contm-  in 11 yfew days the bill.jwill Ire brought ued. Wo have even decided to ab-  befoie the legislature at VltTkiriia ' stain from piMccful demonstrations,  ha,A-mg Jin virw this .end, and J>r. H. land to remain at homo and mnni���������  AT. Tory, of McGiH. who arrived in test our s.\mpnth.\ only by drap-  Vftiicou\cr. yesterday, and consulted ing 01111'windows, in black. We have  with the board of school trustees, as������ua,1Ces that fully half of the  went    down to.     Victoria    tqd;iy to I nrnlAtavint in   SL- Petersbure       will  widows  of  the  ������laiiv     w   .���������. ^-<.i-jl     to     the  Associated  I'-'ss   ���������  om  M������t������ow  ������n.\k  thait  no bloodshed  Js expe-tyd theie.  Another     manifestation     of the   abandonment   of open  revoiu'.ion     \\rt3  given at  today's session  the convention   of   thc   constitutional    doniucr-  ats when a  proposition,   to   boycott  the  elections for the Dourria,   tho.i^h  urged   by some of the intransii^eai.ii  met       with     scant   favor   and   while  heart   applause g^-eeted  tni-e  sjv������i  ers  who urged  the  fullest  partu-iput  ion   in  the  elections.     The     gem-rn!  sentiment expressed   by  a   host       of  speakers  under the   ten  minute    mle  was .that in no doiima even    though  sidered  as loyal to the      government*   tlie government'resorted    to'        tlio]  In   view   of   the   preparedness   of   tbe j manipulation   of  the  elections slu uld   ���������  government and its evident desire to   the    Liberals     skulk in   their "tents  because  by  so  doing they would  simply   turn   over  the  lawN-,^   m&klr.g  body    to the hands   of the relfmgess  PAINFUL   U,0n:i^NiT  -Ban'g-or,'Me, Jan.-18'.��������� '  . After having- been impaled on a  bean pole as the result ol" a coasting-accident, John Fowler, aged !''���������>  son "of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fowler of Greenfield, in the opinion of.  his, doctor may die. The.' pote ran  completely through bis body. A doc  tor sawed oJT the projecting end  and 'removed (he pnrt that remained in (he body. It was found Unit  apparently no vital organ ��������� had' been  seriously injured and the .-chances  were even for tlie lad's recovery.  Jie  return   of a.  government  suppor-   ior would yet enjoy many   years  government suppor  ter in Aiberni as giving the gov-iomco and continue, the great  ^irnment * chance to escape the nigjit no -hadin* ���������<������������������!-rpd.  j/iare of Socialist, domination. As  /���������o a railway policy be had no  loubt it would materialize just as  H  general   election   was   on. That  Was   tho  .science of politics.  j Hon. R. McBrido announced  he standing committees of' the  ���������oiise had been appointed as follows in consultation with the lead-  \v 'of  tho   opposit ion:  Nanaimo,  B.C., Jan. 11.     1P0������.  'Municipal���������Ross.   Macg.owan.   'Gar-  en,  Manson,  Bowser,   Clifford,    Fra-  jer,   Hawtliorntbwaitu,   Oliver,      Ev-  ins   Cameron  and   Tanner.  TDaiihvWys.���������M������>g*:>w^n,       Clin"o)rd,  pardon Taylor,  PIlIiKon,   Bowser,  Ev-  _ worn  ���������red. 1       ���������  Tho- (address    in     reply   to        the  speech   from   the   throne   was      then  propurod and  agreed  to  without  objection.     Tho  ritklross  is- merely    ������������������ i\  ���������| formal   acknowledgement"''''   01"      thb  ^mt  speech   and  contains  noting   but     a  first   staled  repetition of what, was  in  tho    speech.  Dn-n't forget you will re helping a  good cause by attending (. tin1 Reliek-  abs' Concert i^d'-Danco this evening.  Mr. J. Tii-a was a-passenger on the  noon train to Niinalmo, where ho  rill attend ,'the funeral, of tlie late  J. . Frogioiia this afternoon.   0   The burial pf the infant o.f Mr. and  Mrs. t, Manuel lakes place in the  Nanaimo cc"~jtcry this aftornokiii. ;   ���������0   ���������-Parker   Williams, M. P. P., passed  through 'to  at neon.  NTatm.irio  frc/in.. Victoria  section !J of i-lmpler III of the Statutes of 1901, is hereby amended l/y  striking out nil the words after the  word "jurisdiction,j' in the fourth  lino  of  said ��������� section   10.  Mr.   Hawthornthwaite   in   introducing, his act to amend-the .Coal Miiii-s  Regulation   Act.  said   his   solo        object   was   to   incrcse   the  security   for j to stay,   and  1 particularly  wish that  the  mines  of  the pro- | you. should   all   endeavor   to   m a k c  ������������������ o   Mrs. P. Hutchinson went ������p to.Nanaimo- at nooii.   0������������������ ���������  When hc was considered quite an  old man, James, Lord Balcarrcs,  went to stay with old Lady Keith.  There were a number of young ladies  in the house and, before he arr.Hcd,  Lady Keith said to thcim: "Now,  there   is   this old  gentleman   coming  look after the parliamentary end of  the business. '���������''. An a-nnoumeement of  the exact ..details  will     probably  bo  made in a few days.  ' _���������__���������0���������: >  Paris, Jan. <20.���������The apparent/hesitation on the part of. France toopon  demonstrations at Veneziiicia; is  thought.to be her reluctance to take  active'measures until she has received advice from the authorities at  Washington-    . ������  ���������   ,',������������������;";: -^���������-^���������o���������-������������������- "  Buy your Gum Boots and  Rubbers  at Simon: Leiser & Go's., Ltd.  _ 0   Smoke Big B.  Cigars.  ���������_ <j_   proletariat  in   St- Petersburg-  ease work includiiig'the electric light  ing"   operatives   though- the   printers  and .many    others say they prefer to-  to   devote  their earning?,   to  lh>'.  day  ionists and thereby abandon a brilliant opportunity to secure a ton  stiLntion. Thc convention lcs'ilved  to send a greeting to the l.ibcal  and Labor parties* in Great1, Britain  on the victories achieved by which  the delegates looked upon as- the  dawn as a hew and better era for  that-country.������������������.-���������'::.'  THE REBEKAH^ BENEFIT  CONCERT TONIGHT  PART I.  j efit concert   this Evening.     The programme,   in,, itself,,- independent of the  Chairman, Mr. Hawes    ���������     |  Instrumental  Solo   ..Mis Steel I object of the affair, .would be enough        ...Mr.     J  Diaries  for  ll)0G at  Knight's  Book  Store-  A  CARD  amend  the  'Small  nns,   Wright,   Shatford,   Grant,     Pat  ler.son,   Henderson,   J.     A.    McBon- Revised'- Statutes,   189",      being-  aid, Munro, King,  Hall, Wells. "JJmall Debts  Aet,"  as  enacted  Printing. ��������� Houston,          Clhtord,  An  Act  to  DfUj'ts   Act."  Hisi fivlatflitj^ by and with il'e ��������� ad-  \ke and consent of-the. legislative  assembly of the province of British  Columbia, -enacted   as  follows:  1.     This  act  may' be  cited  as   Mm  ".Small   Debts   Act   Amendment   Act,  1906.  2.    Section of  chapter 55    of    tho  the  by  human   life   in  vine'e.   The present   condition     of    al  fairs   wasa   disgrace.     No   less    than  15 -per.cent,   were killed here   as against 2   per-cent in the United     Sta- >  tes and. 1.5  in England. Another  point was the lack of provision ior  prompt medical attendance. Similar legislation to that now proposed had been passed, in Knglaud  and Hint, .he had no doubt the mens  arc would Syenccopto-d by both sides  of   the   house.  Hon. Mr. McBride moved the n-I-  .join-niiR'iit to allow htm a little  time to study tlie measure. He tho  light there was no doubt-1 it would  prove accept able - to the government, but he asked for a little  time   to consider it.  Agreed.  School Trustees Election  To flic Ladies and Gentlemen who  supported my candidacy for School  Trustee, I return my sincere thanks  My.fclTo.rls in iho'fu) turo ,as in, the  past will be,to further the-best .interests'of thc scholars of Ladysjniith  School.  I       F.  W. Greaves, i  Ladysmitli/ll.   C.,  Jan.   11),   l!)ll(i.  An.opcn Rifle Shoot will beheld  at the IM-lot I-lolel'igrounds on Jau.  t wen l-y-Ii-rs t. j For- par tic 111 ars a|)-  ply %o J.   R.     Thomas, Pilot Hotel.  Song    Recitation   ......  Song     I-lia-hlan-d Fling  Sanderson  ...Miss  Ingham   Mrs. Davidson  . Misses    Ross  PART II  Song           Mis.   Ri'id  .'instrumental JMisses Baby & Christie  Song      ...Mrs.  Trehcarnc  Song       Mr.   i".    .ftwis  Reci'hition  Mr. Thornloy  COMIC WALOUE  Characters  Miss Dinah  Grullin,  Villi-:'is   f rum-  to draw a.crowd Every item promises to be excellent and the dialogue  which 'concludes the -perfortnluice lis  said to bo very well written and as  performed by, the young ladies is very Sun using,.,'    T'1'*! object ofJIthe|clii-  terlainment will surely appeal to every man and woman in town,. * It  is to -help one who is ,i������ distress) "through the death of her .imsbtind, /uul  a fellow (workman of Jiearly the  whole, stnale population of, Llady-  smitli.     As a ruhi when the -charity  l-.fet-on Ciruftiu, Baron Bi.skie   Jumble, of the public of this  -:ity->s   apponleil  Servants. to the,  cry.   fori help  never  goes   un-  'JiidKiiig  b.v   thc -way  in. which   the answered and in 'Mis imm!,'    \vliic-h   is  tickets   are    si-lling.  U'.'L're  will  Lc a *������erving    one will he, !t i-   certain,  humiicr lioiisi' at  the HebekaJis'- >heii- \o exception to the iu.Ic.  It. is  Garner  1 what h-.s     c,,m������     to Lc     called  'speech of.inon!:t'ys.    As a matter  ���������ciifrally supposcsi   ihaf   Prof,  is the      first  man to study  oiig silks  and satins a mail is sure to  get worsted and   twisted; and when-a  the; man is worsted   and   twisted  he may  of'consider'himself  wound  up.    This rc-  yourselvcs as pleasant to him as you  can." They all agreed to do so,  but a Miss Dalrymple said: "You  may all do what you like, hut I'll  bet you anything that you please  that I'll make the old gentleman  like me best of all." And so she  did. She made him perfectly devoted to her all the time he was there, magnifying little virtues into big ones  yet when he asked her to marry him The pulpit, the pen and the grave,  she laughed in his face. Lord Bal- ; stone are the great saint making  carres was extremely crestfallen, but triumvirate.'* The minister went off  when he went away he maJo will looking very thougbshii, while the ed-  settling everything he could ��������� .. ; uor turned to his w0rk. and told of  Miss Dalryample. Somehow she the surpassing beauty of a bride. \s  hoard of this, and said: "Then after wn,.n jn fact she was hon:eiv as a mud'"  all, he mint roally care for me, and fpn(T. nn,j thc, ieartir.e merchant, fath-  I will marry him." And she did. lb- er G[ the hririMrroonx Would be a hank *  was fifty-eight, hut they had ten ,upt ere his debts were paid. -Ex- ������  children, change.  fact   the lienor   la-longs   to   Sir Rich-   o���������.  j ,ir(j   iimtoii,   tiie  famous   Orientalist,  A   preacher    came  at   a newspaper . who translated the ".Thousand      ami  man in this way:    You editor-; t'o njt, One  Nights."   Lady  Burton  tells   in  tell  the    truth.    It you  did you    i.ui ' j her  biography      ol her  distinguished  not live;, your     paper would.he a fail-  husband  that     Sir Richard believed  lire..-"   The    editor replied:    "You. are'firmly  in      .monkey speech,  that   he  right, ant', the     minister who will at had   forty apes contiually   with    him-  an   times  and under all  circumstances  for several  years,  and that he     had  tell   ihe truth abou1  Ins' church mem-.'written  down a   monkey vocabulary  bership. lative or dead,  will not  occu-, of sixty words.   This vocabulary, un-  py his puipit  more than  onc Sunday, \ fortunately,   was  lost.    Prof.   Garner  and   then he will   find it  necessary to  can niake a strange  monkey  drink-by  leave town  in     a hurry.     The  press   saying  a certain word  and   with   an-  r.nd the     pulpit go hand in-hand with  ot'her   Wotci   he can   make   it eat   and  whiltwa������h brushes and pleasant words  wilh ano^er word he can  frighten it.  But Sir Richard Burton could do all  these      things  too.    His vocabulary,  furthermore,  was ��������� larger  than      Mr.  Garner's.   Ernest  Haeckcl,   the  great  German scientist,   is in hearty sympathy wjth the study of the monkey  tort  might be  matched  with  the  following  crushing   one  that  a husband  received  from his wife tiie other     .y,  through     the medium   of the   '.\h'.:s  press.   He advertised that he, Thomas   X ,  would  no longer  be        an--  swerable for the debts incurred by  his wife. Next day the following 111-  nouncement appeared by'1 way -.i reply; This is to notify that I, Elizabeth X , am  able to pay all    1 iy  debts now that  I have got shut;  Tom in v.  EVER FAITHFUL  A gentleman once possessed a valuable sporting dog which was extremely qlever in* the retrieving ol  dead and wounded game. It had, in  fact, never been known to lose a bird  when brought down by the gun. The  owner,      however,  was   a remarkably  language.    He says  hc believes  firmly bad  shot,  and one day,   on firing both  that such  a language exists. barrels hastily  at a rabbit which ran   .0  unexpectedly     across his path,      be  Some witty old author once advis-heard a mournful howl. The next  ed men to avoid arguments with la-.moment his dog appeared carrying a  dies,   because in spinning  yarns   am-black object in his mouth, and laid it  carefully at his master's  feet.   ; The  RWaiai had retrieved bia p/wn. tail-   , DAILY LEDGHR  Sff  THE DAILY LEDGER  fublished   every day except Sunday.  fcY       THE       DAILY       LEISER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  1)6  ������������������uts  a month",    *5 per year   in  advance.     Advertising rates on ap;  plication.  SATURDAY" JAN.   20,  1906  mm seven  uniites  ^DAVID SPENCER ���������������������������^   ������  (Nanaimo) Ltd.  STOGK TAKINO SALE PRICES  iEVER EQUALED BEFORE!  London, Jan. 20.--The election re  turns i/ntinue to show Lililoral  ga>os. 'lwo more mini.sLors were  klcfoated today, William Bromley-  JJavenport financial secretary to tho  war offlice" for the MacLease Hold  divisioff of Cheshire and Sir Hob-  cit Finlay, attorney general , loi'  Ferness, Scotland. Another prom  incnl Unionist, Sir Frederick Milne,  was defeated in the Bassett las  division ol XalUn^hamishire. Tho  complete returns up to tonight follow:'  Lib'orals���������22S.  Unionists���������86.  Nationalists���������72.  Labo rites���������37.  Air. Devlin's victory at Belfast  led   to   rather   serious   rioting in  which-many' houses were partially  wrecked. Ramsay -McDonald, v secretary of the Labor representatives  committee which is largely concerned  in the' election campaign in behall  of the Laboritcs, declares that tho  newspapers have not yet c-oircctly  appreciated ,the position attained by  the Labor Party or its causes asserts that the question of protection versus t>oc Trade was merely  secondary, the real situation being"  that the Laborite propaganda, had  cut  thc   workina;  classes'clean  away  NOTICE.  From      this  dat*  thc undersigned  will  not  be  responsible  for   any  in  debtcdness     incurred except on  written orner signed by the secretai  Rowland  Mactrin.  V. I.  EXPLORATION & DEVEI  OPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria. B. C May 18th. 1908.  There is no other medicine naanu  induced that has received so much  praise and se many expressions ol  gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy. It is effective, and promi'*  relief follows its use- Grateful par-  cuts everywhere do not hesitate to  tebtuy to its merits for the WnelM  or others. It is a certain curs lot  erou? and win .prevemt the attack n  eh en at the first appearand of the  disease. It is especially adapted t������  children, as it is pleasant to take  and contains nothing injurious. Mr  E A. Humphreys, a well known res  ident and clerk in the store of Mr  Locke, of Alice. Cake Colony. Soutl  Africa, says: ������-*I have used Chambei  Iain's Cough Remedy to ward of  croup and colds -n.niy family,  round it very sat.si^imy and it EUr  me pleasure to recommend . us." * P"  sale by The Ladysmitt Pbarmacy  $1.25 CHILDREN'S"  WIIITEFUR   SETS,     MUFF  35c.  KIMONA  AND BLOUSE FLANNELS  $1.00   KID   GLOVES,  ALL  SHADES,  ?15 -.TO $.30  LADIES COATS  $1.00  LADIES'   READY TO   WEAR  HATS,      lb,  AND RUFF,  For 75c.  For 25c.  For 75c. jg^  For $2.50;  \LL "KINDS  OF  SHOES REDUCED,  SEE   Ol.'R  ������.<   $-1.50  to  $6.00  MENS'   SHOES.  5������  $-2.70 BOYS-  RAIN  COATS,  1.50 HOYS'   SUITS  3S  Fcr50r.'  KOR     BVERY     AGE���������  For $2.95)  i  -For$l.75;  1  For $2.50]  STEAM  HEATED  WUU FUliNISHKD ROOllS  P.A R SUPPLIED WITH BB-1  WINKS, l.IUUOt>i;..CI'"-AK-  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor  LADYSMITH, B. C  Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Railway  Time Table No. 57,  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and jood  Rooms  PORTLHND  "EFFECTIVE SATU RDAY, OCT..21st, 1905.  TraiLS ieava- Ladysmith for Victoria "and  all  intermediate stations    at  i ������.1������ asa. daily,  and at 4.00 p.m. on   Wednesdays,     Saturdays   and   Sundays.  Traias leave Ladysmitb fer Wellington and all intermediate stations  at 11.57"* a-ra. iicisj, a** at 6.00 p.m. on Wed 114 days, Saturdays and  Sundays.  ' EXCURSIONTIGKETS ON SALE TO AND FROM ALL STATIONS  good far going journey Saturdays and-Sundays, return.ng not later than  tha fallowing Monday.  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 BUedup and well supplied and is ln char ���������    if        .  JOS. PELLIGRINELLI  This Hotel has   been completely  renovated.  Board aid lodging $1.00 per day.  -Steamer Joan  '    ���������; *' "���������' I.:' I   "        -������������������-'",  Sails fires*' Ladysmith for Vancouver every Saturday at 6.00 a.m. and  returning sails free* Vancouver  , for  Ladysmith at 2.30 p.m.  W'0}MM-k^:  I I  U Govt. Street, Victoria B.C.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist. Freight &. Pass. Agt  fioiiv the Unionists. Sir .- .Edward  Cray, secretary ��������� of Foreign Affairs  s; cal.ing- at-'ilerw iek tonight said  that t-he wage earners of thc couri-  tr.. nic beginning1 to lake things  in their own hands but. he did not  feara revolution localise the labor  lorudci'S were '���������reasonable practicable  men. It followed, he said,' that  though there might be considerable  legislative changes, such reforms  would :be reasonable und practicable.  a. a Story  tiie  as  ��������� that would have the true  ring     to it,'tho author would  ���������E    necessity     require t,o live  there for a tinre at least. He  must     study     the character,  islics ol the western peopie-  have to  becouiu oiua   oi thciu,  living their daily 'He, sharing  their    joys      and      sorrows,  lie  would have    to mix  with  thcra socially  *nd in a  business way,     in      short    he a  "Westerner "     Its a quosttoji  ot  knowing  local  conditions.  The   s'atnu  masoning  applies  to    the     "'Lecki-s Boot'j   tor  Westorn  Miner,  the Prospsct-  nr and  the Lumberman.  .The makers of the " Leck-  ie Boot" are Westerners with  Western experience. They  know what to make and how  to ma^e it. Its not so much  a question of pries as ef quality. Their sola aim is to  make a better hoot for the  same moncv���������and tfae "LEC.  KIR BOOT" is it..  hlANUFACTURED BY.���������  "Office Boy.���������I'll     Joet de boss is go-  in' ter marry the .typewriter.  Bookkeeper.���������Why do, you think so?  -Office  Boy.���������Because he's  beginning  tor liick about     bavin'  tor pay her a  saiaTy.���������Chicago News.  II   o   Albert Fredericci, at one time a  famous operatic baritone, now practically ���������contiols the roast "chestsiut  trad< of New York city, having in  c; iploy an average of 100 attcn-  'ijits.on his,roasters. He'lost his  i'oice through bronchial trouble years  ago. He began in a Sixth avenue  basement. Now..-ho is a man of  substance     and every   summer visits  ���������Italy.   -o   Hostess���������Mr.      Smith,     may I help  you to another  piece  of pie?  Guest���������No,  thank you*  Mrs. ���������Jones;  I really could not take any more.  Little Willie���������Then,   ma, you  said I  1 could have     another  piece if      Mr.  Smith  left enough.  AT T.   X  J0NE5  Our Confectionery, Nuts  Fruits are all of the BEST.  A choice stock 0f FAMILY     GROCERIES.  PRICES ARE RIGHT.     GATACRE  STREET    1.   X JONFS  THE  GRIP.  "Before we can  sympathize      with  jlkers,      we must have suffered our-  s-elves."  No  one can  realize  the  suffering; attendant  upon   an  attack     of  gripp,   unless   he has   had the   actual  experience.    There is probably  no disease      that  causes  so much  physical  and mental  agony,   or which  so   successfully  defies  medical   aid.    All danger from  the grip,  however,  may be  avoided  by  the prompt  rise  of Chamberlain's  Cough  Remedy.   Among the  tens of Ihausant's   who have used .thi.-J  remedy,   not ,ene ease   has ������vcr   been  reported    that  has result*!   in   pneumonia er that has wot recovered. J'er  sale by  the Ladysmiti  Pharmacy.  Sun light  OAP  is better than other Soaps  but is best when used in  the Sunlight way. Follow  directions. >  SUNLIGHT  WAY OF WASHIM  FIRST.���������Dip the article  to be washed in" a tub of  lu'-awarm water, draw it  oi-.c'on a washboard and rub  thi s.ap   lightly   over it.  Be pariiuilur not to miss  soapi.y all oier. , THEN:;'.  roll it in a tight roll,  lay  ia the tub under the water,'  and go on the same..way i  until all the pieces have the '  boap rubbed - on, and are'.i  ��������� olle 1 up.    .  Then  eo   away'   for1  thirty minutes. to   one ,  hour and let the "Sunlight" Soap doits work.  NKXT.��������� After  soaking  the full time rub the clothes  lightly out on a wash board,  and the dirt will'-droo  out; turn the garment in-;j  . s'.'Jc out to get at the seams,  but don't use anymore-/  soap; don't scald or boil a  s.ngle   piece,    and' don't  wash through two suds:; .If  the ������ater  gen too dirty,.'  pour a little out and add 1  fresh. If a streak is hard j  to wash, rub some more -  soap on it, .and throw  the piece back into the  suds for a few. minutes. ,'  LASTLY COMES THE  RiNSJNG, which is to "be I  done in lukewarm water,  taking special care to get  nil tlie dirty suds away,  then wring out and hang  up to dry.  For Woolens and Flannels proceed as loUows:���������  Shake the articles free from  ritist. . Cut a tablet of  SUNLIGHT SOAP into  shavings, pour into a gallon  of boiling water and whisl: ,  into a lather. When just  lukewarm, work articles in  the lathe? without rubbing. Squeeie out dirty  water without twisting  and rinse thoroughly in two  relays of lukewarm water.  Squeeze out water without  twisting and bang in the ,  open air.  ffle^The most delicate  colors may be safely  viashed in the "Sunlight " way.  HOTEL    PRETORIH  JOHN Tr A, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied with the Best  Liquors and Cigars.  Wines,.:.st Avenue  .-: Ladysmith B.O.  J. 2C. SMITH'S  RESTAURANT  ^Gor.'5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Meals 35c. and Upward  c������s nAnRcWARDwillbepa,id  yjf\J\r\r to any person who  proves that Sunlight Soup contains any injurious chemicals  or any form of adulteration.  Your Money Refunded  by the  dealer   from   whom   you buy  Sunlight Soap if you llud any  cause for complaint.  LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO  151  Best accommodation for transient  vnd permanent boarders and lodgers.  ORAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furuished and the bar is up-to-  d������te. Rates $1.00 a day and np-  w \rds.  WM.  BEVERIDGE, Prop.  ���������ftoUffftlla  ������������������������������������   '���������'  '-ftfiVRtUttll  THEJ0NES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Oootf Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  ii  GiLEDQMMi  V  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  -:o:  R. P.RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA,  :���������: :���������: :-: .-: :��������� B.C  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rale.B;'fl.25 and$1.50���������;:  Free baa to all steamboat landing! and  railway depots.    Electric cars every fiv*  tcinutes  to all parti of  the city.   Bt'  and table unexcelled.  F. BAYNE8, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER'S, 0.  Under New Alanagment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  Jas. R. McKinncl  Proprietor.  Fire Proof    Buildmg.  Modern and     Strictly First, ClaM.;  Commercial Mens' headanartcrB.    .  WANTED���������Hy     Chicago ,   wholesal*  house, special- representative (mn*r  woman) for each province in Canada.  Salary $20 00 and expenses; paid1  weekly. Expense money, advaactd'.'  Business successful; position permanent. No investment required. -Pra-  vious experience not essential ta ea-  gagin-g. :  Address Manager, 132 Lalce Street,  Chicago,  HI.,  U.S.A. ���������."/';  TO FERNIE,   B.  fteaa Dowa *e������d Vj  tp.m. V- Victoha Arr. 4.00 p. m.  t.ooa. m. Lv. Bekttle Arr.'. 9.00 a.m.  9.ai ������. m, Arr. Sferett Arr. 7.30 a.m.  ������.}��������� a. m. Arr. SPOKANB Arr 7.4s P-'"  ������.������S 9.m Air.   ReKfora   Arr 12.30 p. m.  Lie  p. m, Ar. ' Bike   Arr. 10:42 a. m.  ������.o������ p.w.  Arr.    Pernle   ^9 55*   m.  ONE, NIGHT  Ta all Keotenay Points  ':   .      TWO   NIGHTS  To    Winnlpen aad,St. Paul  Close Connections  For '   Chicago, Toronto.  1 Montreal and  All Points East & West  Acetylene    Lighted     Cars,  Family Tourist Sleepers, ''  1 Paiaca Sleeping Cars  - Dining     Cars (Meals a  la  " C������rte).: _"  Library Observation     Cars  Through*,1- tickets and bag-,  gage checks to au. points.  Steamship Tickets  For tickets, maps, berths  reservations and complete- "'  ' information call on or ad-  ���������  dress. "  ��������� '     -  8. O. Yerkes ' B. R. Stephen  . A.G.R.A. G.A.G.N. Ry  Seattle .. - - -' Victoria; B.C.  I  HENKY'S .NURSfRiES  1 '.������������������������������������     M  NEW CROP- .  :  i.i. ��������� j     ;.  . (��������� ,i<.   I.1.-, v.  ,  Home Grown 8l Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     and FLOWER  SEEDS, .  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  RHODODENDRONS, ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS. _  For Spring pUntiag.    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue tree.  8010 Westminster Rpad, Vancouver.  PA1NTINO,       PAPEKHANaiNO  ���������BTC. \  ���������   :    -     > V,  Work dene properly and at   /rip*'  prices.     A lull line at Wali_^Vper.  aad Painter's  Supplies  Residence  on  'Roberto Street  ���������������������������'.:. J. E. SMITH, Prop  *^.!������^-^ vj.^^|..^^..^^.v������ ^tern \ r-  THE.TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SWELTERS OF COPPER, Q.OLD AND  SILVER ORES.  . IKHF (0.  LTD,  TMe CITY MHRKeT  ������  R. Williamson Prop  j st. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  Smelting Worka at  LADYSMITH  C.  1  DAY SCHOOL.   ,  Usual subject* taught; also languages /drawing in pencil and crayons, 'paint ag in oils and water colors, pianoforte and Tocal lessons given in classes er': individually.  MISS BERTRAM,  I*dyB������ith. B :0.  WM. MUNS1E, President J. W.  COBURN, ^n.  Director  "Telep*none*46.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  VIILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH-Shlngles   a   Specialty.  ���������Mannfftctnrora    of���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths-,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  ���������'easoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring     and  Finishing     Limber   ia    Stock  HEAD OFFICE  ^ DUNCANS STATION,  I       Vancouver island, B, G.  ���������fc-feev&'fc"1'^*'1^*''^'^''^^^  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  General Manager.  VANCOUVER. B. C.  cTWONEY TALKS/--  AS. LOUD TO US  AS   ANYONE.  IF YOU ARE PAYING CASH FOR YOUR MF.AT  Y*������������-R  ������������LLARX  W  ILL   GO  FURTHER   IF  YOU  BUY FROM  US   -Our Cash Prsces Oannof Be Beaten   PAN NELL   &    FLASKET  Ladysmith  O. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  W*        B.   C  If yeu Ulce���������.  A  smooth,- easy  share,  aa even,  well-Hnttied    beard trim, a good  ba*k. er a styitsa Hair-out.  Yeu will ge te ��������� '<  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PAR10RS  HIGH STREET.  (s=1Aa\  m  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO. -  ON THB ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATL1  BAKED AND FRESH.  Genfectlonary of all kinds.  Orders taken loir Pastries to be delivered at any tirne.  Employment Agency  HARTLEY    GSSBORNE  Member Can.   Society  of   Civil Engineers  Member Institution of Electrical Engineers,"] England.  Member  Iute.niatioi.al  Electrical  Congress   at St. Louis, 1904  ���������Electrical Esagmeer���������  P. 04 BOX 867, ,  ��������� LADYSMITH, BA O,  ���������. j.  Mannfacturers of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  None bu   Union Laner   Employed  fl J. BOOTH, Prop  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor. Government and Yates Sts.  VICTORIA, B C  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  3  3  ONE   IS THE  "NORTH' COAST   LIMITED."  The Electric Lighted  Train-to the  "      East -  Tickets on sale to an Eastern   and  Southern iioints at lowest rates.  Up-to-date    'Pullman   and     Tourist  sleepers      on ail trains.   Diking  Car  service Unsurpassed.      '    ���������    ,  Steamship Tickets on sale to and  from all European Points. Cabin accommodation reserved by wire.  For     furthsr  write the oilice.  A.  D.  Chariton  A.G.P.A,   N.P.(  Portland, Ore.  particulars    call 01  Pbone Maid 456  E.   E. Blackwood  ,        General Agent  Victoria, B.C  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read  tbe  Tla  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Pacini  Coast. ������������������ ^       .-.. :- .:...  THE : SHORTEST LINE, TH"3  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES,   THE FASTEST TIME. '  .-���������-'������������������ *'   BETWEEN    '  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask your  local agent or write,     .  F. W, PARKER  General  igent,  no 2nd Ave., Seattle.  ..Dea ers in  Pianos and  Organs ..  Lady smith, B.C  Dr. Dier can be found ;;t anytime  at his office on Gatacrc st. .His d������i'  tal work . is gv arantcoil lo be first-  class and rates reasonable at.  HILBERT ���������l^WBWi^qnl **-������>-  -.. Iry^: j,-^ JSffig  IS  r/HV) 3 3 ( 3 )  -���������w  rf4>4-H-H^?I'.'������'I'**lIl������'I,*������>I,������,K,,I^^ *fr*H->Hr������'I'��������� "I"*��������� 'I'��������� 'I'��������� 'I'��������� '������-*  Brewing Co  Union  NANAIMO    B. C.  rianufacturers offthe  In [British Colunibia 'I  |    Lager  Beer   tnd Porter      Guaranteed  brew   /  I    ed from the Best Canadian Malt   Run  Hops'   ������  COKPORATIOR Of THE  (in or unit  ASSETS     AND L IABILTTIES  ��������� _     31ST.,   DECEMBER,   1005,  ASSET)S  Balance in   Bank:         $���������   1014.08  Per Capita grant for Dec  DON'T THROW MONEY AWAY  ^���������������������������f������������������������������������������������������������������������f-f^-f-f-f-M-t-Yrrr-t^f���������������������������4��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������' -���������*  LAC/SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,     ORGANS    ANDHOUSEHOLD     pURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.    Stables in the rear of the Larfysmith hotel.  Abbotbford.  Leave orders at   the  ++4 ��������� ������������������ 4-4-f 444-f->+4  A. J. WASKET, PROP  ��������� ������������������������������������,���������������������������< ������������������������������������������������������^������������������-���������^������������������-���������������������������-*-������***'"*1*' ���������������������������*  NcwYcar's  The seasbft ���������! parties and ���������oUrtaiBMents is h������rt with its  extra demaais upm ������ur tahlt ������quip������e������t���������Chima and Glass  wart,' Silver    art C utlerv. m   J     m     ������������������!  Is Your* Complete?  these hiats    will interest y������u.  TABLE iCIITLERY  "Joseph Rogers        & Seas    Make."  Table knives, celluloid handles, ���������val aad square ...   VI, $7.5������ doz  f  Dessert Knives to match ������*���������*������, ���������val $5.50, Square, $������.00 dozen.  Ivory handled tahle knives, J14.M dez;   Desserts te matoh $8.50  Carving Knives and Forks. eelluloM handles, eval aad square,      :  $2.6*1 aad $2.75 pair.  Handsome carving sets ia eases     irom     $6.6* to $16.00    set.  Table Linens and Cloths  Bleached Scotch table liaeus, clieiee desi^is, ������2-inoh,   75 c.    yd.  Napkins to match, $1.50 dozen: '  Irish Linen Damask, full bleached, ,72-iacfc,        *1.10 yard.   ���������    .  Napkins to match, $4.00   doaen. ;.\ ���������������������������'.',.". .v_ ���������'..'.-      '  Bleached Irish Liaea table.clotto, . Z*4*. x,2������ yds, $3.25 each  rfW������'IUER-: B.RO.S.g  I   ^MOMWrlOTEt''AND.CLUB FURNISMtRS ~ VICTORIA. B:C.< <������������������-*'���������  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Hade to order and Repaired at short    notice.   Drill jSharpened by us  ���������  ways gives satisfaction. Picks hand! ed and repaired.;   ...-- ', v.--! ���������r^'iTST'  SHipsrriittiing   in   all     ita  Branches  )��������� k-;-  , Horseshoers and General Blacksmitns.  R.  Buller Street  - .--,'.'.-.    -   Ladysroltti, B <  *     LIVERY, BOARDING A^D  SALES STABLES  *  iPHONE 66  '"   i  I'tEXPRESS  WORK   AjSPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  LADYSIvriT  ^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������v^^^*M*^m^*^m^f^m^9^0  EL  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Birk^for Sils  SEE J.   KEMP,  OR LEAVE  - w.  ������RBBRS  WITH  w*  FIRST  AVENUE  ��������� ):*  PHONE  6-0  W,  SILER.  GENEKAL LXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  W������RK PROMPTLY DO v������*  Leave orders at the Abhotsford.  DRUIDS-      -������������������'������������������  ���������������������������*"'  W NIT El   ANCIENT      ������RDBR   0F  C "���������  "V  "a y'���������'���������& '������***!������ ������o;3������!il������A\  -*1 'li-������H -jl" O  '.a -1, -fil'J ������!   ST-TJI  eysmith,    VhV S������c;e������di\ a������*     l^aurth  Wednesdays ef ,eaeli suontfa, c������������M,enr>  ���������SI6T-"*t'T 'iTe^auFa-ii s������!  Yis-iting lruias'   are mvited ts attend.  By Order.  WM   RAFTER, rUcf Seoty.  PATRICK liURK, N. A.  BOOTS and SHOES  AT RIGHT PRICES  , R���������p.arrlng,.and Making   o  Order a Specialty  THOflAS     MCEWAIN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B.  C.  Quarter     1627.12  School   Buildings        18000.00  City and Fire Hall and Lot  and Furniture        1729.25  Fire   Apparatus     ,...       250.00  Police Supplies           40.00  Maps and    Profiles       250.00  Unpaid    Taxes    415.50  %   23325.95  LIABILITIES  School Teacher Salaries  for  December     Balance of Assets   over Lia-  .    bilities    ....'. 22810.95  ...$      515.00  $23,325.95  J.  STEWART,  C M.  C.  ������   tt  ������  .   FINANCIAL  -STATEMENT  FOR THE YEAR     ENDING -31ST.,    DECEMBER,  1905,  The Chatham Incubator and  Brooder has created a New Era  in Poultry Raising.  The setting Hen as a Hatcher  has been proven a Commercial  Failure.  The Chatham Incnbator and  Brooder has always proved a  Money Maker.  THE SET/INC IIEN���������Her failwes  have discouraged many a poultry raiser.  You  can   make money  raising chicks in the risght  -way���������lots  of it.  No one doubts that there is money in raising    *   f zAUi    Ploacant in J P,.nfit.  chiokoiw with u gooti lucubator and .brooder.    A ^������Snt������ rieasant ana rroiit-  FJsors of tlioChatliaiu Incubator and Jii-oodcr   able lillSmeSS for Women  have all made money.   If you siill cliny toihu      ������, ,,,..,         old idea that you can huccthbfullyruiuujoultry      Many v.-oincn aic to-day inaking an  indc- FV*������PV Farmof  Shrtllld  business nsinfe' the hen as a hatcher, wc would pendent hying- and putting by money every ��������� *.     ^ ������?    rl"Cr  ^**������������������������*  like to reason Willi you. month raiding poultry with a Chatham Incu- Kaise   "Ollitry  In ll>o llrot place, wo can provn to yo\i that bator.  .your actual cash loss in c{fbrs, which tho 20 lien*      Any woman with a little leisure time at her , Almost every farmer "keeps hens.- but,while  should lay   during the   lime you keep  them disposal cun, without any previous experience heknowstliatthereisacei-Uinamounfcofpront  hatching and brooding, will be enough to pay or v, uliout a cent of ca-,h, begin the poultry ln !-ile business, even when letting it take care  for a Chatham Incubator and Hi ooder In live ' business and make money right from the start. ������f H-seif, tew farmers aie awaro of how much  oruix hatches, to say nothing wlmlmur of tlie       i.p..iliul������ ,.,.��������� i,..,,. n fi-io-nl wlio is doinu- so Jbeyare losing every.year by not getting into  larger and better results attained by the use 7 f ,',,",'^r.wVJ v������, 11 e ��������� ,../., o  ini, vw?������ U,e,POUltl"y lj"smes* in such a way as to make  of tho Chatham Jnoubator and Brooder. <.t���������,.i���������,i  ���������-,n. II,,,,.!, ���������,i..r,H���������>r���������niv i��������� l,L,���������, ie,''-,! m0IlV> ou.tO'it.    hatoher wlu never jje tt  ) lay  only  :ight,  ���������oodei-.  hatching  Ne. 2���������120 Eggj  Ko. 3���������240 Eggs  THE CI IA THAMINCUBA TOR���������Its  success has encouraged many to make  mo> e money than they ever thought  possible out of chicks.  Receipts  Balance , from last year  ...$     47*4.14  Real' Property   Tax         3274.06  Trade Licenses       1150.00  Li<i'uor do    1950.00  Dbg Tax     v      224.00  Road Tax      1140.00  Govt.      Aid. of    Schcols   ...   6i44.4/  Balance  of appropriation new  School    fro���������     Govt...   11980.00  Rents .....' :..  ���������������      65.00  Pound  Receipts     16.75  Bailiff's fees reed. Irom .  .Constable     :.       20.00  Fines          )        37.50  Royalty for Sand Pit       9.00  Received of  Collector of Customs, cost' of; digging  ���������       grave    By-Laws Sold    5.00  .50  Expend Mures  Street  Work-   -.   $ 17'48.87  Stationary    and    Printing ... 209.50  School  Teacher's      Salaries...6260.00  School ^Expenses      1728.85  New  School    1029.40  City & Fire   Hall    977-87  Fire Dept ,  272.G3  Do.     Supplies '   105.65  City Clerk           673.15  Sanitary     Inspector-.   30.00  Night   Wa/tchmaii        10(7-.50  Truant Ofliccr       00.00  Policemen  352.50  Police; Supplies   114.10  Pound k-cepor      100.00  Pound    Expenses   48.60  Costs  of  Court     Appeals  ... 10.00  Legal    Expenses       152.29  Insuratice  .:...  37.46  Election  Expenses        134.35    ! Dogs Tags  8.95  $16491.32   Trade   Licenses    Refunded   ... 5.00    J Road Tax     Refunded   187.00  Expressage      S.70  Land  Registry Fees     5.35  Postage   14.74  Telegraph     & Telephone     ... 42.70  Exchange on     Ghentics  ���������. .45  Rent   >  15.00  Auditing  .'  5.00  Fuel and tights       18.70  Tools   , .���������.'. 15.25  Donations    ...������  25.00  TravelKiifc     ,.., - 02.00  Durging . Graves  ,  13:00  Bush Creole    Expenses      60.50  Expenses Taking Pechctto  Children to   Vancouver 1G.70  Gazette Notices      9.75  City   Clerk Bond      15.00  Milk Tester    v.    k  12.50  Washing    and i Cleaning   3.15  Balance in Bank           1014.08  as twenty setting hens, mid do it better.  heroic a queation in urilh j.ctio:���������  if you kc.-p '."J lion*. fro::i I.lying  for 8 week.-, ho^^' much cn������h do  you ln-o if each lion would have  Now, which, .-ii-ihupsyuit are not pu-pu-cd to mnko Jiroo-iei-anil ordinary.attei.timi. you cu  just now, ;md this is just u'leie our t-pecial chiciceiis from eiriy Spiintr until Win!  o'ler come-, in. have .s. cvop every mouth.   Think of it!  in  and  can raiao  ter and  If.von are in earnest we wtll set vow up In  Quite ������ fow tanners have discovered that,  tin. "niiiii'i i-v 'iVi.-'ii.V. "\vliiinnr i  i..".nr ii f /"������������������k.Ii there is money in tho poultry business and have  1.U.1 3 do,oa egg,, and eggs arc                do������ ^U'we'v^^.V    ' ' Ihal         11     ta '?������������* "*��������������������� branoh of farming so ProjttaW" that-  worth 15 cent* per dozen?     Ans.-?U.t0.   inoMb'itor ,ind Brooder is th.. best unci that .l 'V*  Ik\W^ "'1f>'tl,ilei =������T,e!^l,IF,1!'1' f"/luCUba"  Therefore, when the Chatham Incubator is   ������"ith it and a reasonable amount of ell'i.i L on l0[^!tmwathtn^thAit renuires' a rrreat  hatchhigthe number of eggs that twenty hens   r���������)** V��������� JVhe^i 1? ot^LloT''- "������ d������ilo 'ffmJS? * gnat deld of tech icalVnow-  ir.������������.la.,m?',"h>ltlsi Toa:l)y earning in o.i-hfor jou   ^ould not make tho special oiler bolo.u ](J(ltfC lo r>lNe (.Il*fckeus with a Chatham Ineu-  3U.0U, besides producing for yourmoiit clnclts  by tlie wholesale, and being reiiffy tn do the  oame tiling over again thoiiioiuoiitciLli hatch  is oil".  Don't you think, therefore, that it j).\y. lo  keep tho liens laying mid let tho Chatham  Incubator do thc hatching 1  There aro many oil.or ic-.-or.s why tho  Chatham- Incubator and firooder OutclassCj  th j setting hen.  Tho lien sets vlien Mic i-> ready. The Chat  ham fncubiitor i-, ulu.it s le.i-.y. J'.vpliiuiiiiig  to tako olfa hatch kD the i igl t time, yon ui.ty  have plenty of hioilci-s to sell when hi .ilers  are sc iroo and pi-;i-c-,at lie tun nol'li. II jou  depeml on Iho ln-n, join- cliii ks will grow to  broiler-! just when c\m.v i>lho:- lien s chicks are  being marketed, and v.hun ihe price is not so  still.  Tho hen isa careless moUiur.oflcii leadjngher  chicks amongst wet, grass hushes, and in place-.  whoio nits can coi- isc.iio ln-r young.  The Ohathanic Jiiooilc:- br-lmvo.s itself, is a  perfect mother, and Miry larely loses a chick,  and is not infested with lice.  Altogether, there is absolutely no reasonable  reason for continuing the u-.e of a hen us a  hatoher and every rencon why you should  have a. Chatham Incubator and JSrooder.  We aro ni.iking a very spi-cial oiler, which  it will pay you to investigate.  Small Premises Sufficient  For Poultry Raising.  ^ Of course, if you havo lots of room, so mm h  WE WILL SHIP NOW  TO YOUR STATION  FREIGHT  PREPAID  bator and Urooticr.   If so, you arc greatly mistaken.   Your wife or daughter can atter.d to  the machine and look after the chickens without inlerlering with their regular household-  duties.  The market is always good and prices ar*  never low. Tho demand is always in exceaa of  the .supply and at certain times of the year you  can praotiailly get any price you eaie to askfor  gooil broilers with a Chatham Incubator and  Brooder jou can start hutching at the right  time lo bring the chickens to marketable  b'-oiio- ���������; when the supply is very low and tho  prices .iccurdingly high. Thh������ you could never  do wit i hens as hatchers.  We know that there is money in tho poultry  business for every farmer who will go about it  right. All you have to do is to get a Chatham  Incubator and Uiooder"and start it. But perhaps you are not prepared just now to spend  tho money. This is why we make the special  oiler.  IS THIS FAIR ?    '  AS'e know there is money in raising chickens.  We  know   the   Chatham   Incubator   and  Brooder has no equal.  We know that with any reasonable effort on  your part, you cannot but make money out of  the Chatham Incubator and Brooder,  We know that we made a similar offer last  year and that in every case tlie payments were  met cheerfully and promptly, and that in many  cases money was accompanied by letters expressing satisfaction. c  Therefore,- wo have no hesitation in makimr  ���������Gcntlcmoii.-Your No. 1  Incubator is all   this proportion to every honest, earnest inan  tho better, but many a man and h-oiii.ui me   r;-'ht    i am uetfectly satisfied with it.   Will   or woman who may wish to add to their yearly  carrying on a successful and wotitnblc poultiy  tJirc ;i" i.ugor one from vou next year.   H. 31.   Profits with a htuall expenditure of time and  A  I  andBROODER  You Pay us no Cash  Till Alter 1906 Harvest  J  $10401.32  .1. STEWART.  '      C  M.  C  Audited  and    Found ,'Correct. WM.  RUSSEM., Auditor,  business in a Miiull city or town int.   Anyone   j'uckwuuo, LiiuNay, 6nt.  with a fair sized stable or shed und a t>mall  yard can raise pou  But to make m  awayfiom the old  .     with setting hens as hatchers.   You must geta      Gentlemen���������I had never seen an incubator  Chatham Tnonbarnr and I Jroodcr. until I received yonrs.   I was plua^o.l and sur-  stable or shed und a t>mall *..,..             ,   ,,     ���������   ,   .1    r      ���������   .           1 This really means that we will  ullry profitably.                     " ���������   uent.omon.-1   tl.imj  both   Incuo.-uor and tlie poultry business  so  that \.  iioney quickly; you must get ^''^i,';,,"'1 '','."���������'f>, \** "',11'!',t'0'.1 \;.������}ll'^ 1U01"-^ "trht *>��������������� ">e start, with  1 idea, of trying to do biisine.-s three liatche.-.  i..o. t i.l.m.m., I latl... .-.ie.Ont. a single c-ent from you until aftel  monej'.  This really means that we will net you up in  " "        rou can make  lout asking for  after 1900 harvest.  If we knew of a fiiiicr oiler, we wouldmakeit.  Write us a post card with your name and  To enable evoi vbo.ly to |M a fair stint in the piu-cltu g.-t over SI jiur cent., and the chickens address, and we will send you full particulars, as  right -way in tho inulhy b-ismcss, we make aro all  strong and  healthy.    A child could well as our beautifully illustrated book, " How  11 very   spoci.il ofTo:-   which it is worth your op-nvicu ni.ichino successfully. J as. Day, Kath- to make money out of chicks."  Write to-day  while to investigate. well, Man." to Chatham.  Wc can Ftipplvj-ounu'ckly from our distributing -vai-ohraises at Calgary, Brandon, Regina, Winnipeg, New Westminster. B.C., Montreal.,  Halifax. Chatham.   Factoiies. at Chatham. ,(isr.. and Pici uon, Jlicii. ' 612    _  The MANSON CAMPBELL CO., Limited, Dept. No. 15 A CHATHAM, CANADA  Let  'us  quote  you  prices  on  a good Fanning  Mill  or  good  Farm  Scale.  '  12th,  Jan. 1901)  FOR THE YEAR  Government    Aid :....;./'.  Excess of Expenditures  over     Giant'...........  SCHOOL        ACCOUNTS  ENDING 31ST.,   DECEMBER,  1905,  $���������7988.85  G 1-14.47 : Teachers'  Salaries' .....  Washing and  Cleaning    ......1844.38   Fuel and  : Water.'...'...'.:.-...'."'.  ��������� Se������l:s\_New School,   freight  c/Sil^iainc,   etc..   Insurance x .v.. ������������������������������������'.��������� ������������������������������������ i  Printing  &    Advertising   ..  Oiling Floors     ./...     Furniture,   Supplies,  etc    .  Repairs   Telegrams   .........   ..  Secretary  Salary     ..........  _S$62G0.00  ...   7f47.75    221.50"  3o.7.15  oj.50  : 16.40  ,37.10  .174.50  71.70  8.25  60.00  J. STEWART.  Secretary  ���������$7988.85  ��������� Audited-and    Found ; Correct.   W-M. RUSSELL, Auditor.  12lli, -Jan- 1900  CEMETERY  SINK TNG   FUND ,  FOR THE YEAR     ENDING 31ST.,   DECEMBER,   1905,  Balance from last     year   ,  Received for     Grave "Lots...  Interest on Bank     Account...  18.90-   Expended  on  Tools      ,..       15.80  49.50   Balance     in  Ban  1.00  1  $09.40  53.GO  $09.40  J. STEWART.  Secretary  Audited  arid    Found-Correct. 'WM. RUSSELL, Auditor, 12th, Jan. lOOfi  r    ,      ���������       ,      rT.  , ,        . SrmliEht Soap is better than othor soaps,  A   Jamaican  Lady   Sp������ak?  Hifflily  ������f |   bnt i^cst when used in the Sunlight way.  Chamberlain's  Cough  Kemedy. Buy Sunlight Soap and follow directions.  Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of the su-.  perintendeat of Cart Service at Kingston,   Jamaica,  West Indies Islands,  says   that she has   for s������mt years used  Chamberlain's   C������ugh  Remedy  for  coughs,     croup amd -whooping cough  and has found it very beneficial.    She  has      implicit     confidence in it-  and  would not  be without   a bottle   of it  in     her home.   Sold by Ladysmith  Pharmacy.  LadysMith Temple N������. 5 Rathbone  Sisters meets at th������ Oddfellows' hall  2nd and 4tk Tuesday at 7.'3t p.m.  Mrs.   Kate Tate secretary.  Rubbers, rubbers, rubers, at Simon  .,eiser & Co's., Ltd.  OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE  ill HITS' FURNISHINGS  FRENCH -WHIPS OFF  VfHEZUELAN COAST  Washington, D. C.,1 Jan. 3.���������Three  French warships a'ra now oil tho Veil  'ezuelaii coast prepared to deliver  thc answer of Franco to President  ���������Castro's'"treatment' of M- Taig-ny the  ��������� French- representative at Caracas  and {two adddt-i-onal *warsi\jips^ will  join them as soon as they can.  make the trip across the Atlantic.  Until''the demonstration has been  initiated the French government  will share only with, president and  Secretary Root the knowledge of  the exact form which this, indication of t-his,-displeasure at President Castro's action will take. Mean  while Hie . delicacy of the situation  atCaracns is greatly increased by  news which has recently reached hero  from the Venezuelan capital regarding the attitude of President fa-;-  U'o   appears   to   be   assuming- to  wards 31. Russell, the American.niiu  isterf Unless (.he attitude, is radical  ly modified, it may be necessary to  despatchan American warship even  nearer than had already been planned. President Castro, it is said,  will'be given to" understand th^t  treatment of an American 'consul  such as accorded M. Taigny will  not iiu tolerated hy the Washington  government. The. only case-which  can be assigned here for President  Castro's        coolness towards  Air. Russell is that the lornier insists upon regarding as persona!  LHtfii official the efforts which >Ir.  Russell acting under instructions  from Washington, has made to assist a peaceful settlement of : he  France-Venezuelan troubles. The request of tjic llromih government  that its interests in Venezuela i-c  looked   after  bv  MY.   Tl'i-v-ell   was im  medialluly granted for the reaso:,  that such a rocjuest is invariably  granted Ijty friendly power. Xow how  ever, France has  d a simple programme for her Veil  zuelan .situation. It-provides for.  an immediate arid comprehensive ap- .  logy bv President Oast.-j ior his  treatment of M. Tayu,;* which trojit  ltient tho Paris oflici-i.o regard . as  ���������'insulting and mtoieraljle'1 1"ni.il  this apol������>uy us. made discussion of  the- clmijuis for oDliei- grievances,  which France has aga: ist \'enezuela  will be" withheld. ���������irhe1 French government regards, the ajtv.m of President Castro's agents in Laguayra-  in refusing to allow !!. Tai-jny to-  return ashore after he iu<d boarded  French liner as \n net of war.  province had not been realized. >Cow  France demands that her roprcsenta.  live shall receive the same treatment  at Caracas as is giv^n ihe. Venezu-1;1  an representative at Pari-.:. ijp to  a  late hour  tonight  the  I'n'nc-i   F:a  acas   or  Paris  but   information       re  garding  the    whereabouts  oT the  French  warships  and  their plans    ir-  .     .    itemary  is  moiinantarily   expected. .  Dickens'   "Old  Curiosity  Shop"  is  No. 13 ' pi,tlie street "where it stands  near  Lincoln Inn fields.    Itis .   now  owned     by a waste paper merchant,  ho is enterprising enough to carry  on,  besides his professional trade;   a  business in selling Dickens souvenirs.  ���������     ___ ���������o��������� :���������:.  On a seismograph at Silma, India,  presented to thc meteorological department by Professor Ormori, the  Japanese eartlijijiiake expert, the shock  caused by the blowing up of the  st-eaaisliip Chatham in the Suez canal,  2,500 miies away,  was   recorded.  United States Senator-Frank: B.  Brandegec, the new memler from  Cpnneticut, has a.particular fad for  the planting of trees and the cultivation of shrubbery and vegetation  of one sort or another,  and his fav-  hassov was  without advice   from Car  orite  line of reading  is  biology.  NOTICE  Mens'   Clothing,  Boys'  and  Youths' g y"������     ���������  Mens' White Dross Shirts. Berlin, Sa    CflSll   Ot  CUfC  ���������rus Negligee Shirts in Fancy Patterns, Linen and fjeliyioid Collars,  Sufi's, Neckties, and Suspenders in  large, varieties. In Youths' Boys' anil  Mens', silk &nd Japanese Initlai  Handkerchiefs, also in Ladies' fancy  silk and li������i������a. Boots and Shoes ip  all  Sizes.  Uo-n't lorjcet tlie place, on High St  Next to Hardware Store.  Jehu J. THOMA.S.  If Shiloh's Consumption Cure fails to cure  your Cold or Cough, you get back all you  paid for it.    You are sure of a  Cure or  the Cash.  If it wasn't a sure cure, this offer would  not be made.  Can anything be fairer ?  If you have a Cold, Cough, of any disease  of the Throat, Lungs or Air Passages, try  5MILOH  313  25c. per bottle.    All dealers guarantee it.  LADYSMITH   WATER   WORKS  Consumers arc  requested te call at   the  olliee     en Roberts   Street ami  pay Water     Rates, w'Mween the 10th   and  the 26th of each month.  Office Hours i P.M, 4 30P, M,  J. I BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  Public  Notice  Attention Is called te ";he   fact that the  Ogilvie   Flour Hills Co.,   Limited  makers  of ROYAL HeuSBHtLD   FL*������UR,     have for some time  past been producing flour in a  Tastly improved and puriflad  form  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured co������tr������l  of    all the basic patent* relating tkare- "  to, take this opportunity ef a dvisiHg  the  pubM* that any  orizeii users of tke eleetriwd   flour puriifyi������n processes  will he prosecuted.  Ogilvie Fl������-ar Sfrills Company I^mito*  are the    only    miliars ia Cuaiia wk^ss     Fl������ur  urified by tk������   ������lo������tr:le praseas  mS ,: '.<S*Sii32JSCE!2������  THE    DAILY    LEDGER  iTnois  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  *46, Nanaimo.  fi S S ^  <j ^ *} '4  Smoke Little B. Cig*M.  BORN���������To   the    wife of   Alex. Bryden,  a son. a ��������� ,  Thc   infant"   of    Mr.  Manuel died    Thursday-.  and Mrs.  J.  Ij<tfiam4 '���������  Fresh  Salmon,  Blair &  Eastern  Kippers  Adam's.  Oysters, Smoked  and Halibut  at  SINGER  SEWING   MACH NE  and Lots of Beautiful  PREMIUMS'..'1:  ���������X  rfi  (or the  wrappers of  SOAP  Mr. O. W. Pinder is fcusy survey-  ing the, Sport ground and ^vill submit ins report to. the Committee t(J-  ������ay r.".2r which it is un-  r.erstojDd tenders will hp incited,tor  clearing the property.  A special from San Diego to flic  Lodger today states that JohnjTow-  I'rs, of Ladysmith was 'drowned there  yesterday We are unable , to find  it hat any one* o* that name is ���������known  heie Does anyone living hefre know,  ���������who could ��������� be:meant?  A   Special   Line of. Ladies'  Slip.por  I'lr-ariiif-at $1.00 pair.  BLAIR & ADAM,  -o-  ASK YOUR GROCER ABOUT IT  Miss Dobeson will be at the .������lj-  Ah-Hittsford Hotel on'Sa'tu-ilay i cu  She will arrive on the nio'nving  train and leave at six in J tlie afternoon. '������������������,..'���������  -o���������  WATSON   STOCK 'COMPANY,,  the LECTURE IN/  PRESBYiTERlAiY ClJURCH  The1 'people   -who attended the lee-'  Tho Victoria Times, Nov. 10, hail  the fo-Ilnv. ing to say. of-the Watson  C'<r!i;rny's production of "Capital  ai:d Li'.'noi1." "Last hirdi-t an on-  tluiMa.ytlc     "-'���������"���������**     "turn-ea  out to  1 (  witness- thei. Wal-:������n Stock Company 's first product \)ji-of d)avid . Be-i  Ja.s   .'s'   great    lather play, V .Ca-pitial  - v, .o-    and   Labor.        This piece /:s  filled  to  lure hold in the Presbyterian Church ' the- | l.jrim with. 'st1irri������ig/������i-1Wat-i.o.ns  on Wednesday evening were not dis-' and strong ' climaxes.,- Therev' is a  appointed. \ t j ^eaulifnl     storv running through -the  Mrs. Irene Te-mpltir is a lecturer of three acts. The coanedy clement is  great abjli-ty, and lhe Slereoptieon' devc-rlv f/orked in to'relieve the  ,ylows  which'   -illustrated the lecture1 Reiner    moments   of the   play.'  The  tiers-who just dropped-down straight  from hoaven,      handled  the  principal  [comedy uparts- and kept tho taudiono**  in! good humor. Capital and., Lafclw  is without -doubt the Istron^est pilar  of its 'kind presented .here iby the  conip&ivy, -\and Watson's, thaittro  should -'be - packed to the doo'.s tcr  each pcrfornuuice."  '��������� Capital     and f'adpr" ; will b* the  opening .play1 presented by  tho Com-!  pany during   the .'coming.-engagement  at  the Ladysiinitli   Opera House, opening     on     Monday  nighl,,- Jan. 33.  IftTt  CUTS  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  A Clotli Covered Garment  Tab the Place of any Ordinary Overcoat���������They-come in Grdy  Navy, Fawn-The Regular Price  of these Goods weie 12,50,15  and $20  We have Decided to  Clear  the Whole Line out-al  v&f- I    Dr.   !������\     S. Reynolds returned home  'j  vesterday,    from    "Seattle,  where he  has been in al tendance upon the funeral of his  sister's lalehust'tind, 'John  J.   ('aJJinnn.     Mr. Calhoun  was fcuj.1-  ied  by, lhe    Grand Army of thc Renin]-.! ic and  Ladies'  Relief Corps ,{ivith.  itheir 'beautiful    and- impressive'ceremonies, in. the     soldiers' plot of,, the  Sealtjlc- Cemetery.     The JSeaJfctlc1 fpa-  Papers'contained long* reports of tire  ceremonies,    with(photographs and ai  biography of the deceased.     Mr. Calhoun i was   a well known  Juneau Wus-  iness    man    for many, years and had  a,'large circle    of friends in   -Seattle'  as    well as ' Alaska.     He died from  an abcess  of the .b^ain, surgical 'skjli  failing to relieve him.  U  TEACnER    WANTED  TEACHER   WANTED,   for  the 5tti',  Division     of the     Ladysmith Public  |, School. REQUIREMENTS.���������Life  certificate and Normal training. Salary $10 per     month    to   commence  with.   APPLICATIONS to be in the  hands of the undersigned by the 26th  of January.  JOHN STEWART, ,  Secretary  were graphic.        Mrs-. Templar took  ���������her,    audience        frotn her     landing  place right     through the Holy L^tid,,  and    as   picture,    after   picllike was   cn  thrown "on  the     canvas and the lee- ' c'([i  turer    described, tiie place, -the audience    was    hushed    to si-lence.   . iv<n  CalMn-y   was   , reach-d     tho     hymn,  "There   is a   Green Mill Par Awajy1"  appended   on      the canvas     and- was  sung softly by the audience.  Jl^ec^^M-  T"1  ?ejW���������**".     "*    superintendent    ,f  the  themselves    of    the     op^tu^i   5?,! .,,,������,<& ^ot^^^  W1 ~ ;r^r: ste -set t\sic a {'M  S<-iiliehtcr,   and    seconded by Mr. D.    ���������������_. ������ ���������  Matheson.       The singing of the do*-      For high     class stationary call At  ology brou'ght the meeting to ka close.'Knight's Book Store. '  most     stirring mid thrilling incident  is in tho second act-when the men\of  the    lion    Works threaten to ,go yut  ,ri'<e.     Tiie audience 'wars workup to    thc    highest jiitch of cn-  thusitism  last     night and.at the und  of   the    act-     the 'curt-aiu was raised  again and    again.   Every'���������'menVjfcr of  the company   seemed   to be east in a.1  congenial role.      Harry Pollard gave  a rcmarkaj^'y   clever ���������performance. >oT  RAFFLE  A1: rafHc for a horse land bru-jtey,  now o.wneh. by Mrs. T. J,. Thomas,  will take place at the New Western  Hotel on Monday, ' Jan. 22nd., at!  eight 'p. in. Tickets at the hotel  and at Mrs. T. X. Jones' Price,  50.'cents.-  1  January  Book Store.  tnagaziaes     at Knight'*  Smoke Big ti. Cigars.  If Your S/z*2 is Among  Them your Cannot Meka  TEN DOLLARS Any Easier.  Walters &  Akenhead  ftg-TOWWri sssssEEsssmasmmme  Tablet of writing paper at all juices from J.0c'-,iip at Knight-'sr Book  Store, i  to  Dangers     of     Cold and How  Avoid Them.  More fatalities have their origia in  oj1 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 ia the beginning.   For many years Caaniibfcr-  lain's  Cough  Remedy has beea   rec-  ogaized as the most prompt and   effectual  medicine  in use for  this disease.   It acts on   nature's plan, loosens the cough, <relteves the lungs, opens the secretions and aids nature ia  restoring    the system    to a healthy  condition.     Sold by  the Lasys-mith  Pharmacy.   _o���������������������������  Smoke Big B. Cigars.  ���������������������������������������������**���������  We have  constantly a Fresh  Supply  on hand and can cater to.Your Wants  afif  Black Cody Salmon, Nanaimo Herring, iFinnan Haddie, Bloaters and  Halibut,  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  Try a Pound of  SALT SPRING  ISLAND BUTTER  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  GATACRE ST LADYSMITH  COM  THE WATSON  Wettson StockConpany  CAPITAL AND LABOR  PRESENT" TILE 'GREATEST LABOR" PLAY" EVEIi'WRITTEN-  !A  PLAY  EVERY  WORKING MAN   SHOULD READ.  ������������������.-.'       ...iUr.   Ri-chialrd Scott.  s i um\  ..'.'-. Direct from Watson's Theatre Viclorirr'  ��������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������� ��������� ������������ ������ ������ ��������������� ������������������������ ���������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������0<>0^^>^^<f>0*  th"V"^| JAN 22,23,24  Presenting  CAPITAL AND LABOR  THE GOLDEN GIANT MIN E  . .   ,(''-/: .     and .  .    :  WHOSE BABY ARE YOU?  GEO. t MARTIN  BARRISTER   AN!)   SOLICITOR,  OFFICE  Opposite Windsor Hotel  NANAIMO. B.C.  W. G. Fraser  i . i  Merchant Tailor,  (ist Avenue)  Pall Stock  on   hand. Call earlv and  ;���������; jet your choice   /   .  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Demist  KU work guaranteed, aud at reasou  able rates.  RESIDENCE AND OFFICE  Gatacre St. Ladysmith  OPEN  AT ALL HOURS.  Stoves  Stcnhr.il  Crornpton,  a. manu^acturei1,  ������������������  Gnorgo Westpn, the ^superintendent/,  Porcv Ruskin, a man \ ol the Workl      ...  Hal.  Neville, a gHlIierea-.'of twigs, .,6...  M.-.  Crawford, a man of business ... ...  B<-.r1.   Atfield,    fireman at the work-:,1,. .  Tern   Kinp, leader of thc strike,   Joe Danvers, jnan.- a*   1-hc \vnrl������     Harrv. Bylett,  nir.tr al  -ilic  v.or's.  ��������� . y Tompkins,'       chimney s������arfc   Mrs.   Crompton,,. CroiivpLon's ���������wife   Ethel Crompton,   Croiripkm's da>,ifhtcr  'Polly-Crawford, ,a country  g-irl ..'   Cinders, girl at tiie  factory   Emily Danvers, girl at. the factory..'...  ��������� ....Mr. Harry Pollard   i.Mr.     Erman Seavey  ...Mr.   Allyn'Lewis  -...:..��������� '���������.'...Mr. M.   J. Hooh'v  ��������� ���������'.    ..-. Mr.-'Terrv MoKr-.-.n          .'....Arthur   '.'y-.'lf   Mr.   -E. H. Bender  ..   . IiiMr.  Alexander ' Nei'snn   Mr:      Albert J .-.Waison     . ......Miss    Pearl. King  ��������� ������������������     ���������     Elizabeth Hale   Miss Adelaide-Kc-illi   Miiss Aline Wallace  Miss Zfijdie Revnolds  SYNO PS IS  I  Arr  L���������Mr.   Crom |-.Ion's Home  Act I),.���������The SupcrinU'-iii'������ nt-'s  Rooin  at   the Factory.  ���������Act .III.��������� Mr. Cro nipton's  1 l.>:nc  Place���������Near, Pitlsb urjj-, ,1'u., V. S. A.  Time���������The  Present-  nracamnraS  25C. 350.,  '1  Seats -are 'Booked  Forcimnicr s  mEzss&ssssszEmij -���������  are now showing a  Large Stock of  Handsome Watches, Ladies and Gents  Tuesday Night���������The Gofden Giant Mice  r   ' '  ��������� r-������������������ -������. i ��������� .  LaE3E2B������^&*tt*K5S2^  il  and Other Jewelry of First Class Quality  B.:FORCIMii:EK  HAV, GRAIN and  FARM PRODUa  Orders will be delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the lo ���������<  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, oa tk������  Esplanadi.  J^ines Wamoclr  tRCIAL HOFEL  MR. and  MRS.  T. J. THOMAS, la I.  of    Mount Sicker Hotel, and t������l th'  Palace Hotel,  Nanaiiae,  have  chased the  ���������-COMMERCIAL U0T9L-   on Douglas Street, Victoria, ���������p#������������it.-  the city  hall,  and invite their    eld  PATRON'S AND FRIEND* TO VIS  IT THEM WHEN IN Vlf-  TORJA.  Stoves  Wt an-maklnf them oijhe Newest I Pattern and Latest  , .Styles./.',  '"��������� WB D0 ALL1 KlSDS O*" FOU NDRY. WORK  ��������������� Prices ara. Reason* ble  IBB ������Ult   NEW ST������VE8 IN BL AIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.     x  ,.   and at LadysmilhJHardware Company ' ���������  LADYSHITH   IRONJ& STOVE WORKS CO^LTD?"  \mwm$ of LAovsi  ���������������������Ui  to-day We Have Cpaned a Grate cf-  -H;-5K-;lf--H-  ������  4  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER,   OPTICIAN  First Avenue,    X   X ' X      Ladysmith,  B.-.C  ma^msssM^ss^s-^Mim^-y^mi^mmi'  PAINTING   AND PAPERHANGING  |-Neatly and Artistically Done  loot  -ALL  HAND PA! TED  7,7     ~i\      *i\      ,*V*      "?"      ?������t     ,V-.      ���������In    ' ���������1x*^7tt~���������/ it *"~*l^      '^\      ,*ft      /1*"~".'������X       *tt     /I*      ^f'        'v  -These jro������ds  should  have  been  here for  Xmas���������.but owing to  <!;���������������������������  lay'hav'e just arrived.  Tlie Ti'are is  the prot-ticst ov     er shown   in the City, ami ;i  our big window will convince* you.���������  INCLUDED ARE:���������  Pans, Trays, p'ruit Dishes.  C adrly      Trays,    Ca'fc   Plates,    Fancy  ,    Vases, ITobac-co  Jars,  Uiirean Tr.-iys.     Ladies'    NicK'-Nack   Jars,  Etc.,   Etc. ^cf  :   ALL ARTICLES in the  WINDOW to be CLEARED OUT at  S. ROEDDNG  Orders   Promptly   Executed   ���������-   LADY0  COUGH RC'MLTD-i  Mr.  E.  Q.  Case,  a rr.ail earriac of  (.'iinton d'antrc,  Cona ,  wli.i has been  the L S. service for about sixtsea  years, s������ys: "V\'s have'tried many  cough medicines for croup, but Cham-  buunrs Cough Remedy is king of  all and one te ba reliea on every time.  U'e aiso.lina it ths best ren'*dy tor  coughs and colds jjiviag eertaia re-  stills and k*a.vinjr i/o bad after ef  feels." For s.iie hy Tke LaaVsatith  Pharmacy.  THE MINT  NOTICE:  The    Esquimau and Na  aaiais Railway   Cetaaaay will  ajJ^ty  to ths   pariia������w������t 9t Canada : at its  sext ssssioa   fsr   ' aa Act exlciKliug  ths time f������r" (���������������������������Miiiuiai kii'il com-  ���������letiaf sit sxteasiM s-f its main line  te CsaasZ;' aad  ths hrkacaes reftrred  te ia its     Act  Hi" lasor*oratien aad  mIs* e������j������wering the Comaaay te con-.  struct and     eseratc a railway from  Cemox te a   peiat at *rasar Camn-  beu   Hirer     alss> a   hraach fr������n its  aiaia   liae     at   er   asax Duncans ti a.  CowicSaa Vttltej  te Aiberui, also a  ������ranch Itesa a soist at er aear Eng-  Iiskirtaa'8   River     to    Alberai Canal  at������j a twaaca freaa a soiat at or near  Coniex via ,r.C'iimiieria������d eouth-west-  ���������iiy re Alberai Caraal aad firing the  CoMsaay csaeral pewars to construct  brasch Uses    aad fer ether purposes.  Dated at Victoria this 14th day of  ���������esesBher, 1905.  W. P. SALSBURY,  Secretary K.  k. N.  Ry.  The lessee shall have a dredge io  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles.  Rental, $10 per annum for each mile  of river lteased. Royalty at the rate  of 2* per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W. CORY;  Deputy  of  the Minister  of  the In-  ���������erior.  Solicitor,  Etc.  to    Loan  t Avenue  IAD Y SMI  NOTICE  SMITH  Notie  J aamra* Wti.������j������aaK#������-M*������  SOC' Each  A. HOWE,|of CHEMAINUS, has opened ihe MEAT-  MARKET lately    run by W. Ward, on Roberts'street  WITH A FULL LINE OF FIRST CLASS MEATS  and Sausage a Speciafty  A TRIAL SOLICITED  A.   HOWE  'u-'^^,.,._.. _ Phoae 20  The   Cueisest  Assurtinent  ef   *ahoc  obitcs in tho City.  A  good lino of ���������  HOLIDAY   NOVELTIES  THE   MINT  ALEX  SMITH.  Prop.  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WESTMININfa  REGULATIONS.  Ceal���������Ceal  laads   saay   be purchased,at S10 per aere for soft, coal   and  $2������  for  aathracite.   Not  more than  321 acres caa be aeqtiired hy she individual er ������Mrasaa*f.   Royalty At the  rata    ef tea easts per. ten of a,000  ���������ouads    sbaH     be eellecled es  the  Cress  eutsst.  Quarte���������A frsa niaar'i certiCcate is  {lasted upas sayment im advance of  JT.6S per aaauai for aa iadiridual,  uad fieat (S0 te $1M per a������ium for  a coiapaay, accerding to capital.  A     free miaer,  having  distovered  mineral in place, aaay lecatt a claim  .      Mortgage Sale  Under and    byvirtue of  the powers  contained   ,in    a certain      mortgage,'  which will be produced at \tlie time of;  the sale,,    there    will  be offered  for  sale by public    auction on Saturday'  the   20th    day  of  January,   100C,  al  the hour of    ten o'clock in thc forenoon    at    the Law-    Office c! M.  R.  Simpson,1 in  the  City  of  Ladysmith,  13. <C., by Gomer R. Thomas,-the-following    property,     lots C    and 7 in  block 2G, situated on Roberts St., iu  the City of Ladysmith.  Terms of payment can be arranged  with the Mortgagee or his Solicitor.  ' .For further particulars and conditions of sale apply to  RUSSELL SIMPSON,.  Solicitor for Mortgagae..  Dated at    Ladysmith   tin's  -it'll day  j ef January,  A.  D.,1 1U0G.  your   gar-  F i rs t   S u bin rban i tet���������Was  den a success this year?  Scccnd  Suburbanite���������Vou  bet       it  was.   My iu>:t door  neighbor's  chickens   took  the  first  prize at  the  poul  try show_.   o   Mike���������Oi's drowning,  Pat!  Pat���������Can't you  float?  ''Cprleiiniy     not,  ye fulc!    A feller  h;is   t<> |;c drowned   a woeJc  before   he  enn float."  NOTICE   .  Notice is    hereby given thai  1 will  apply at   the next sitting of (.he Mu-  1,500 xl.SiO  feet.    The  fee for  re-  cenling a claim ie  $5.0i  At least $!��������������� aiust b������ expended op  tke eialai each year er paid to ths .  ���������niniaf recorder ia lieu thereof. When  J'lOfi has he������������ e-q������eaded er paid, the!  locator Buy, upea haviag a survey  **ade, and upea cosaplyiaj with oth- J nj^pal. Licensing Board for the. trans  ar requirements, purchase the laad at,fer of the retail liquor 1Ut:-sc held  $1 aa acre. ,'by mc for t>e Portland  Iloies First  The     patent previses for the pay-   Avenue. *������ David Hjnes.  isciii o-f a royalty ef 2, per eent on JOiIIN  GOGO  th.eMSf���������      ,','.. * Russell Simpson, Solicitor.  PLACER   Btlaiag  claims   generally  are 101 feet square;  newaMe yearly.  ������try  fee $5, re-  A free miser nay estaja two lea������  es to dredge fer geld ef Ave miles  each fer a tern ef twenty years, re  newable at the deseretion ������f the Min  inter of the Interior.   . ..  .NOTICE  Notice   is hereby given   that  I  will  not  he responsible for  debts  contracted  in my name  byiany  person  without niy written  order.  JOHN GOGO.  Ladysmith, B.  C, Jau. 8., 1906.


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