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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Apr 12, 1906

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 il>  HtHmrmamwmnt n  BLY.  VOL.,2  . . A   *-  .v^  ���������"���������^^^���������s^Sb  i^  '   ��������� hi  ���������~.-*J t   'V f    ,  W,,  Tii?  <>  THURSDAY  April 12,   190G  PRICE FIVE CENTS  < > ^  *\  ���������tj  si  I  GAME CALLED FOR.  4:3d TO-MORROW  GYMNASIUM EX-  II IHE  SCHOOL HOUSt  The gymnasium exhibition held   at  I'  Tomorrow morning t-he Columbian good players, or they would not lo  College boys will arrive" in Lady- representing'the champion team ������ ol  smith    on the    moi.mng    train 'Irom "the' Mainland. >  New Westminster,  - and-    will i likely '   One thing is assured, both teams  Hold a-shoit  practice on  the    Bun- wail -g-fet all that's coming as fas as ti������ ������������e "--liool house this aIleiiioon<. wr  ker~grounds for  their'game with  the iclerec is - concerned,- and'the    local*.'a1^*1 ������>>'#"tu *  num-lpr of ladu  ^ - 'iccul Interuja-iifites at 4  .tenioon.    The same is to w ������i*-ntsi  lines, as flic lootlall'spoit:  1.30 in thc at- W1n get good, support from ^ the side- d"d a  Iew ������ent|e������neii   who ate niter-  .--   - -, , to be the first ]lttBs^,'tj,^ lo^tlalPsi^its^of , the "sH,1 m   --hcwelfaie of the   school,  of a series for ..the^chainp-ionsh p    of  British  SEWS HOUSE  DISMYD BY  EIRE TODAY  i series for ^champions!, p    of Clt?>^ a,i7krAhW^an'VUicy will ami-who   w.sh to sec the y,  ish    Columljia.     If eitl.er    team  -    '   .<��������� .,   s-^^ ' t < ��������� -*��������� ������-   . i  '**" hasc a cluncc. to uni������iovc tl  --win U������ straight games,   Ufcy ^11,5 pr^;^ l^.tt^liom, hwn m Jlthle(l^ as wc]1^s  IcauiaR' much as i cheering and    the .  l,rere-ce"will,allow.".YKyery ,niaii who -  The house of Mr. Jas. Sennit, Situated just at thaieaj. of the Kings  Ilo'el, was destiovcd by fire- today,  tl e (lanu's ,beitifr discovered Uiorth  aMei two o'clock it his afternoon Mrs  Senini led been ba' i.ig mead in -the.  oungstcrs j' itc!on stou*, and upon ^gomg down  themselves  town, ,hnd  left \ wat'iii-- f vi burning.  as an edu-  catitn.il    point   of \ iew.    The hoys,  In sonic  way one  of the doots   had  swung open,  allowing spat s to ill op  can  will be champions..   If each wins   a  game, the tie  will have to be played, rere.ee-will,allow... isyery .man who Jtnd  their    iwstructor,  Piincipal   l)a-',ll,l������ a he* standing neai   tlie   sto\e  ofi on n-'utral grounds.    In any    ev.  attends    is,   retjuested to  remember Km; weie greatly lwuidieapped by Uie -Tltc flames soon s| i������id to-tlw walls,  cnt the local  boys will have to go to  t hit   the ' boys need all thc two-tat Lvc'v of  projer    appariatus,     and the'and  the fust    intimation the    neigh'  New Westminster next week for    the rnccs they can collect tomoiiow   in low ceiling of the  basement,, which |l>ois    had of   anytli'n^; wiong     was  Tliey were all out last (order ;to! defray- their * expeiists wiien'pievents _the use of  riii^s, hurr/cntal  wh-.'ii smo'<  return" game.  evening for their Ust practice before they^ visit-the Rojal*..hurg, and if.'as^ lnth, etc.    Paralllel,bais were used,   tl>������ .windows aiwi doois   Both of the  the Lug match, and-allrs>em to lc in  excellent condition.     Captain. Michie  ,'says lie thin'<s'the locals can,doA*^he  ' '   most'scoring tomonrow, and if 5jtb*ey'any L������d.^.iiith'man's iTuttiy  ��������� can,;b2 hores to at least get a draw  ��������� -Ahieh would te as "good as a win as  f������r as the championship isJco*u*cinied  "in ,the return game in New Westmin-  '   _stcr. -������-It   looks as "though re   has  ^thin'pjs' si/id 'up^ about right.. The lo-  "'calsiaie  uFcd   -to  playing 'on'   bar.;  \giround, while"*the College boj"J  haic  <" * il eon playing all ssason on, turf at the  '    Royal City,   ard    by ths time they  -"-rhi^e, bumfel iq>'  agninst a few /of  "���������the boulders on -tlie Bunker " Kiouwds  '\ it would-not  re at_all surprisingL if  r their eonibination" work began to suf-  * fee.    However,-they may|ie*-a   hus.  Ky bunch,    and     they"cortairily   are  e    was seen issuing   fiom  they stand #. g������.qd cliaire of doing,   lo never, and the i.oys acquitted tliem children  weie at a neighbor's house,  tliey can, lawl  the^ championship    of  .sehes \crv cieJiUbly. aiid    as the     burning    built ing was  B.C.,  it  will tcwort'li two bits    ot j   The dumlell exercises were good as  lecked, it t0a\ somo time to effect"an  v,as also the drill by thc gv'ls    lhe entrance, cons?nuently but kittle    of  /ihe-players chosen for to-morrow's ]instructors and-   pupils are deserving)the contents was"sa\ed,    "^A tiunk,  match arc as follows:       \    '        '     0f support from t'.e  public in   their   loi"n������e   and-   usc.cial    otlier articles  vere, howe\<'r, iemo\cd b*^"Mr J  Calainder a"n'lsotheis before the lire  biigade arn.ed on tha scene. The  file was spen undoi control aftei  water was tuircd on, andjun<ier the  energetic IcaderMiip of'Chief Smith,  the brigade sa'ed the she'll of the  building The latter \v.S; .nsurcd fur  five hindrol doll as, while UliO  worth of^ns lance was "tairial on  the funiittirev     ,   '    *        , ���������  PLENTY Of  SHOWS FOR  NEXI YEAR  Mi   1)   Nicholson returned   on     th������  su o'c-loclv  t������ am  last  evening     from  Seattle,  whese he  has been    making  ananijn.eJits    for having his  thcatie  placed en tbe Northwcstein Tlic.itileal Circuit.       While "it was     rather (  late for this season to ojjtain shows  on account c.of most    of them     being  alicidy-bookd at callous places, Mi.  Nicholson    has     secuied    a tontiact \  fiom thc managei ot the Noithwest-J  ein, and next sousm will have shouis  here at fre|uent intervals       No   de  fn te arrangements    were maile    fo  VOTED IN FAVOR  OF ELECTRIC LIGHTS  i\  <r ut  At; the City Hail Last Evening, City  Clerk Stewart Counted 34 More.  Votes For Lights Than Against  'i   ���������Ji2g  ?&r  At  Leas! 2 More. Votes of the Rate-" 'J  payers^Will Have to be Taken Before.' '>?  Eefinite Decision is Reached  One hi n lied  and  Uiirty-sc\������n   \ot-  lcngtii of tin'e in  full l>eforc it   can   ''<  Goal.  f   -R.'Greaves."  Full-backs.  ,Km,r    -^ x "   l    ;'^  . Halfibac' s.' * ,. ,  JacUrnf ' "Sanders,'1' D.'0*Crnnell  '" _^ /     ^  C   " Centre'  ^     _-���������-,"  ' Hughes. ,  i  Right Wing     Forwaids,     Left Wing  'Micliie,'       ���������   ���������*    :    Al   O'CoiinclV  "McMillan/ "  ^*is-**r^=i *    Morgan  Resirl'e,���������-H. Fa^an'.       ���������  ' -\  Referee,���������J ."Adam*. ' ������������������  Game-called at 4 3D s^iarp." v    ).  , 'eTorts to    laise money for  Uic    im-  . prcnement of the* school r'groiuiBs and  ( gymnasium, and any future entertam-  C*cs,-ian. I monts' iiMisrtal en bv'them will  live  ly  lie well patrom/o'l. -       - ���������  STORK'QtOSE  TOMORROW  ...������ h..������.bVi.h������.w.    were ma-ic    ioi   elt "sllod Ul2 Clt*  IUU y������*������,l*y. ** submitted to  the ratepayeis.'aud %$$  immediate engagements huici but tli0  ,in<i (,cPOl5ited  then   Ullots on     the it will  then ta'e a three-fifths ' vote-v^i  uid rstanrling is that if any comj an- question  oi)e^tnc lights   with, the to carry.    For'instance,.if the. -YoloF^lff,  ics arc in    Seattle     which nie    not  following results t , n^xt taken is in fa\or ot a tity-o\vn-vt^f  booVcd, Uiey will be senC here    },3t j      P0R        85 ������d  plant, a^ money by-law will ^J^M  boo'icd, tliey  will lie sent here  tins season  "  immie also an u������derst������n \\v(g with j  fern,"   sail   Mi    Nicholson,    "that]  FOR  AGAINST  SPOILED  Total  85  51  I  137  ed plant, a* money by-law will ha'vc'j^  I to be brought forward by the eouii-'M-jji  cil, and if three-fifths,   of those vot^&Sslg  GORKY ON:  RUSSIA'S FUTURE  \a  ^Jfew yorlc,   Ar>rilf 10���������"I, do '   not* provinces the-.fujople^arc.staivini,   to j  jkuow 'how  long> or how   short    mj, ' deatK'"u.sing5iftl^the^m6ncj,''.he.\haW  - -. slay in this country     will be,-   hm 'and, receiver' to*buyBims %vl^n*v  .'     of this I  'am  'We,   that." while 1 - .-A;,tOTthe;4ltUtu}ie   of the ciniuh  to wards--- thev-J evolution, X*{ he '���������xcoii-  *   uin here,     I, witltry <v-.t������   do , some;  /   "thuigfor "my^ fatheilinnd." \s    V ��������� ',"���������"  Surrounded ^by friends * who - had  welcomed'him -wnrmly. many of  whom being political exiles '~1them-  selves, ilttxim Gorky, the' famous  .Russian no\ehst, made l^hi4 statu  ment in lus cabin on board * vthe  Kaiser William do Gosse, which ar  rived in port tonight. GorKy, who  was lx'gisterod in the passenger list  under the name of PeshkorT. **us a."  companied by his wife and a suo  _rt������tar> ^  ���������*l do not bolide in the Dounia,"'  be 'said, "nor in the present meth  oils of holding elections in Russin.  The elections have no connection  whate\er with the liberation- ot  the people     That  the Douma      will  tinued,' Vit ,ia an interesting one, coi.  s-idenug, the peoples' distrust of tho  LhurcK.'" *In "^the' present revolution,  '      *���������     r ���������*���������*  oi the country prieatB aie actual I j  leaders- of the peasantry- If the,'icv  olution should succeed. Russia will  go-the*'way, America wants, that \ is  federation- We- have so many ^nationalities - m^our. large , Empire thai  a federation-of the separate riation*>  would be the best, solution One of  tho most important men in the recent events was-Witte. He is too  big a subject 'to talk about nist  now but ,ho is devoid of talent, pov.  er and honesty, in our opinion, a  scoundrel. The Jews will not suffer    in case Russia should become    a  bring'Russia    " quiet ami   prosperity^ republic.     I consider th6m     a   most  I do not believe;    In tmorc than" 32- valuable race for our country."  BAIOON GOES  .'   UP MONDAY  All arrangements ha e been completed for the balloon ascension,  which is announced for Easter Monday, from Messrs Hlair & Adam's  store. The hot-air proposition has  been thoroughly looked into by those  in charge _of the balloon, and a sut>  cessful    ascension is assuned.     Thc  The Rathibone Sisters, of ladysmith, will hold their dance on Raster Monday night, April 15. - Noth-^  ing will be left undone to male tie  ar^air a m st en.'oyalle one ' The  pri"c cl tie'ets wi'l te 73c" rcr c u-  ple, and ,25 cents for extra lady'  Supper will be served i������ the Banquet Hall for 25 cents. Ths Grand  March will start at 8..10. Good music will be furnished.  The Wellington is expected in    to-  oolebiation    has,    at the ic^icst   of  njgi,t  for a full cargo.     The   liaise  the football player-, who intend   do- Georgian is    m  this afternoon    foi  ing  ii|) tlie   College  boys  tomorrow, I  lcen povtp-cucd fiom Good Friday to cf>a,l    ' Eastei Monday m order to ascertain  if .the tballOoii can"/'go' as high as  their hojes of the British - Ooiumbia-  chaiiipii.nship.  .Another large shipment of liaslc.i.ii  Blouses opened up today at' Simon  Leisci" & Cd^'s. .::;*;-.,......'  LOGAI.BOYS /  FOR THE NORTH  Mr. .1. lino left on tho morning  tiain for Victoria today. He will  join Mr. Joe Sanderson, ��������� who left  yesterday morning, and they w,ill  shortly emKir1-: for the North, Val-  dez. being their objective foinb.  Both Mr. Sanderson and Mr. Eno  ,oave in Ladysmith many friemls who  gardon ' which; she started on 'tho  hillside opposite the' house..and across  the Northern .Pacific tracls, which  ruu .right by the home. After being  cautioned to be careful of thc switch  ing trains, which are constantly passing the place; she went dancing to  meet some "little friends who were  waiting for tier a short distance  away. -Ten minutes later ehe distracted mother was weeping over her  J child's mangled* corpse,' which /h������d  been taken from" under the wheels of  a switching train.'attached  to engine  _ The following, places of business 1ha ra"'C f������l the^lOO case of owls  have given ..notice that they will lie wil1' ta'e P'ace at (lie Cecil Hotel,  closed tomorrow, as.it is a holiday. ,on Monday, Apnl'If  Iheywill, however, be open late to-  niujht:   '  -' .  Simon Leiser*&'Co ,L Ltd., Bluir  & Adam; ' Walters <k Aikcn'irad, J. aie to close tomoiiow, Good'Friday,  Bickle, B._ Forcimmer. ' "* ,i* there'will lend isisue of-Tl^Lcdgei  v The butcher shops have signifud'on that'date' We vwill, liowevei, is-  their intention pf remaining opein n-v s,'p. ^He same as usual'on Easter  til twelve o'clock"tomoTiow.,   , i'Monday."      ' '  , .       ���������  they are not  to send any large com- !   ri^���������tt    h"   ' "���������   7      " "' l"S T ^   T*       *' *" ^ *^M  j-anies Here such as d������4> ������ 50 and i ,The ^cfujVshow������������ U,at ������>ore    -t^n  &***** amr.oriow   the.,nccessai^l  *2.00 a scat,    as wc have no facili-  Uiwe-"flhs oLthose who voted   want   money and install^ plant:   r'Ont,tbo M  ties for'   handling    them     However " e,ect,IC    ],Shts m Ladysmith.  .What  otlci hart I, if the voters are in*ta^*M  we will have the'lest of tlie'smalle'i   klsfl ������f 0ttncthh������P. nnuii������ipal ������ cod>-_ ������r_of erranting a charter ^ ,a-eom-^agl  companies,   such as wc can    handle,   lw>?> 1S'  ot course- a W*u���������   lj'at  fnV'  ^Icity *������bW 1,a^e t0 obiam>^  and I^cxrect lo be in a position" to.*,"'haie t0 W, settled' later tn terms with such a company and sub-;^|  cie'tnc public of Ladjsmith" eve.y'    Now t,,at t,,e city council have ob-,������������^ s3me.for ^ttOcatioti to tlu rate-/; ^|  situsfaction    -with     the product in,  ta,l*d    ^ ^'*^>ii from the ra1*payr-Payers ^ ;    , ;^^  which will be booVcd nevt season "  NANAIMO  eis in, favoi  of lights, they are in a  j position    to go ahead and introduce  a by-law to settle the question     ot.  ownership!;  j    At the 4ast meeting of the council  t��������� ,���������> ���������    While ycsteiday's vote was a small"; ^{^  I  'Uiai/^fP  there is1 nb t-juestiui'but that the ma- ^ffl  one, it is generally ctnsidcied  -Uiit  NO PAPER TOMORROW      ;  Owino; to thc fact that H-e   stores  THE VESUVIAN ERUPTION  \^. r"7T\v v  --Naples,    Apnl  '12.���������Conditions   to-  tial.     Later the   repoft of    Samos'  day m the  section infected    by    tho   dostiuction     was denied    and it was  eruption of Mountr -Vesuvius - aio  greaHy ameliorated. The fall oi  volcanu ashes has diminished and  scunlists expiebs the opinion thai"  the vokano ha������   spent, ilselt  iSui.les, Apnl 11.���������Robert Ln-  dcrvvood .Johnson.- associate editor  ol the Centuiy Maga������ine who has  been an e^o vviinoss oi the events  ot tins locality said today to������ the  Associated 1{iv������s "lS<nh day it  it is moie UiHiculL to visit ev'eii  ul a. distmue ti.K allllicted dis-  tucts Tho ashes ha\c reached pre-  posteious pioportiotis     ��������� Filtered  into evci> thing, trains,'trams, automobiles, carnages "and horses,  only Ino soldiers seem to overcome )t Uoiore the eiuption Ijtook  a ti ip Lo Toi re Annuneuita Oi.  nii'iving at Toire Del Gteco, thc  heavejis scorned to opi-n and " wo  w ere ^ soon hali bui led in ashes audi  hot cindeis. The tiaiu diew up in '  total dullness, relievc-fV only by I  lightning Hushes Tlius v\e waited  events Soon the darkness turned  piupio aim yellow tinged, thi* detonations beanie loudci than the  loudest thundei dap and tho nshes  buint our eves ' It was a perloct  pictme   of      Duntos'   Tnfemo The  limn could not pioceed , the a-hes  weie so tVucU on the brack Prcs������������iil-  lj the train divided, but I ������vns  left behind Tho poor women thud--'  me, that thej were about to* ios^*  ihoii lives began to chant Utnutcs  for the dead s giving a last vveiru  touch   to-.the.'    infernal .'scene;  ���������"Cailjiinoei's. however, enine to our  rescue.. We then found We were  on the bridge with tbe* sea on one-  Hide and -Torre. -Del 'Greco on the.  other hand thirty feet, below. ( In  the blinding darkness wo ."descended hand in" hand a human i-ope.  A false stop meant-death.- Our troubles, . however, were not over. Tbe  port ,vvas full of ashes also- Small  boats could not put in or out.  Wearily, .we'trudged back to ' the so tract  station. We  \ve������*e    four  hoiirs      in   pinance  asset ted     that   5,000 <iugitivc& have  sought sheltei   there.     baa   Gennaro  seemingly      was dcs'tToyed   by   ashes  which bmietl     tnu  place     yesterday  Ihieo pel sons wee killed  and   eleven  lujiueil      Vshies wtrq tailing in s-hovv-  eis    ovei   tho   Caserta   distuct.  Appalling  Distiess.  Naples,    Apnl    11���������Tho      dis-tiess  among  lhe    tens  of  thousand*? o."  lugitives is appaling The gov-  c'umient has lotwaided supplies  and food and money Sc\eial ol the  Italian cities have done the same,  and pi iv are uti/ens are contuhuting  money for assistan/o of tho sufterers  but mote  help is needed.  King Victoi ICmmanucl has placed the Icoyal Palace oi Cappedi-  mond "situated above the city  at the disposal of the injuied ie-  fng-ees and eaily in 'be , day announced his intention of returning  to Naples fiom Rome in oidei   to   pei-  1 sonall*> diiect the relief, vvoik The  iwvvs caused much satislaction and  vihen then majesties leached Naples  tonight thci weie leceivect 'with an  enthusiastic   gieetmg       Later       they  i visited the sufluieis m tbo hospital  and vveie chceied as they passed  thiongh tho stiects Although the  lepoit tlinl Sni-nos luvs been ties  tiojed is denied, it is now officially admitted that iiitajano has been  buued /fbe number oi killed tbeie  and in the sin loundmg Cillages is  noi known but tbice bundled u  is 'believed will bo a lovv estimate.  Kven Capri, a small island oft'  Chiupanin, "Jl: miles' sout'b of Naples, a- noted resort for . tou'rists-  and 'artist:- has been covered with  ashes '< nnd has been abandoned by  its foreign population .which includes  several     Amoricaiis.     The  magnitude  of the..-  disaster is Tndescribabler  Mount Vesuvius has spread desolation     and terror      over    nn  immcn-  Mr    an'l Mis    J     Galloway ret uin  joiity of all the"ratopajeis want-an^^i  Aid Campbell gave notice that he electric light plant' of some kind ^iii" ^^p  would, at the next meeting, intio- stalled. _ pVery 'little talk is ' heaiiKfM^1  duce ^a  by law   to  lie submitted     to -agamsj" lights, .and much foi it ' '[i.,. ^h  ed on,    thc  Joan last -evening from  the peQn!e to asccrUm  iimj.   feeUng  ^tioft ^^ ��������� a  iollg'Vay ^irni'n ^M  the-   honeymoon trip    to    Victona;0n  the subject of ownership.     Since   being settled, however, ,s -What k-iui^Jf  and Sound cities  f  after  Mi.  Charles    Santi  months   sojourn   ' in  Uncle Sam     has  rcti.;  raio    and is busy these  hands  with-old acquaintances.  Mr. Mervis  ver is paying     a visit  ents, *>.Mr.  an������l Mrs  of the 5 Acre Lots  ] Aid.  Camplell'K  notice,   no  , council   of ownership1'"/ Some aie   stconBlv.J^^  an    ls|m������!Jtmg    has been held owing to    a ' in favoV/of granting ^a cliariur, " an,i '-,%%  ,3New)x������rr  sit  to    his pai-  wald thc  mfctallation    of lights <m tfer ^liglit; - strset lighting,-cost o'f-",^  ._W.    Newberiv   ^^.^"fi-      The   ft3\t   ballot willTrunoin-T the plant,  etc, all receiving*,T-yg  piohahly contain tlie following    two"~at'e'ieicn       One     tliinc    is certain.   l7r  The Obi'ipany carpenters aie busy  erecting aii addition to tlie bunkers  of the'new  washer   which  has   boon  ^'"at'cieicn       One     tiling   is certain, ���������_.,^,  questions , c   ,|^rere  is a great, d?al more   interest**,-'* '*  "Is it the desire of tbctiatepayers" bemg^   d splayed ' in the sub:ect now  " '"  that the city install a plant'"  *    (     than waV   the case when a    by-law  Is it  the desue of the ratepayers ' was sirbmittcd     to the people    last  successful  opeuition   foi   the past. that a chai tei  be granted to a   pri- year,     and  the council are justified.  in  few  vvee'is  1 v-������ite company.  i   After   this second vote, no matter  ITALIAN ANARCHISTS  POUR INTO CANADA  after receiving the encouraging    vote  of ycsfceiflay,    in going ahead    with.  Ilev.     Id'  AT      Tate,  of    Duncans _ which -question leceives a majority of  the mattsr and lcirning thc    wishes  was in  town yesteiday    and      last votes, a  by-law will have to bepre-'of tbe people by means of a regular  evening attended    a   meeting of   tbe paied    and    published for a    certain   le������,al  vote  IOGT      at the   lodg*e ioorn       Mr  late loaves  this    morning   on      the  SS   Joan  for Vancouvei  Fnday be.ng a holiday and business generally suspended in the  city The Herald ������ill not b"  issued until Saturday morning A civet tiscrs for Saturday l will oblige  by having their copy icady so fai  as convenient this evening foi  Satuiday    morning's issue.  Ilev A. E. Roberts leaves on th.������  boat this morning lor Vancouvei  taking with him his son Gooige, who  irom thc Terminal City will proceed to Armstiong on a vi������it  to   relatives  of   that   place. Aitei  seeing his son off, Mi Hoberts w Jl  return to Nanaimo, piobably arriving on    Friday afternoon  Washington, April 11 ���������Anarchism ial importance. Some idea of tho  in tbe United States will be put ' characters with whom the authoi-  down b\ a firm band. 'The infor- ities ,ate dealing may be gatheiecl  mation nas tcached the goveinment from a case lccentli; ausmg m  oilicials iieie that laige numbers ' San Fiancisco. Within the past  .of Italian anaichists have ar lived month an Italian was released from  at San Ft ancisco ond Baltumore pus-on in that city and upon bland has resulted' in the adoption ing questioned by the lmmigiat-  or evtieme measuies    to     apprehend   ion authouties      declated     that      it  o l  these  men Thc     Italian    govern-   he was allovvd to puisue    his com so  incnt,  through  its consul     at   Balti-' he  would Lill  the President.        Tlu  more   has  furnished   the  name o*.   man   was    conveyed across tho coun-  009 man  whom iticgaicls as particul-   try to   >.ew   Vork and depoited .  lo  lhe Police Commissioners      at      a   aily  dat.geious    and immigration ol-J Italy      lleviouldnot   disclose   (line  lecent meetm"*     leceivcd   an apphcu-   duals     aie   bending cveiy eflort   to   he was    a mcmbci     of   an otganiVa-  1 <>  tioiv uoin the chief of police lor  new uniforms ioi the foice Tbe  same was lvfuried to the city coun-  .-d with a i-.-commendation that  it bo gianted, 'lhe chiei also applied for tho usual, two. weeks'holiday for his 'subordinates, which  was granted. The matter- of fast  riding and driving on the public  streets was brought up' and tlio Easier Sunday,  chief instructed to put a stop  to such violation of the law.  captiuc      him       It  is  believed  heie  that he is the tinglcadei of the  buna that has come on the Am  email   from    Battimoic     and        his  tion whose jires'-nce lieie has bi*-  come known All lmmigiatinn aid  police ofl'tcittls liave been noUh1 1  to   be   on   the.lookout      for     Itai .ia  apprehension Is regaided     as   of spec,   anarchists  Provincial Givuie warden Williams,  of Victoria, -arrived , in this city  yesterday and leaves this ., morning on the   City of Nanaimo   for Cum  berlnnd   for   thc   purpose   of  confer-  of country.     Minister    _*of-| rtag1  with  the    Rod  and   Gun      clul-  Siilaiidra.    and  under:"- sec-, of that place ;on-important   matters.  while s.rry to lose them, wish them J11-19. Six of the cars passod over,  every success in their quest for for- thc little body, amd death was n-  tune in the North.  A GIRL'S DANCE  stantaiieous, as  tl������ head  was sever  ed from the shoulders.  ' The accident1 was  particularly   ap- ' received     durin  full  this position,     so,   seeing that   her-   rctary  t)f sttUe   n(.n0vnl     were'.block j On  Friday night r Mr WiUi-am's.  will  wore   necessary       'in. al*cc-   aL   Torres   Aniuur/iat a    by ash ' again -be here" .and, will meet the lo-  heaps,    and were    compelled    to    go' cal. Gun   Club,     in the  rear hall    of  to    Castoileamaie     in     all   iiutomo-   the   Forresters  building.      He  bile     reaching the ; place    with-. dlffl-  give an address    .that     wHl be  cu'lty.'..,: They hoped   to 'get     a : boat'' interest' "to. ,., all .members   of.,  at     C.astcllama're  .to take  them   to  club. *���������  this     city      but even the .  fishermen  refused, to take'the   risk  of   crossing  oic measures  company .with a companion, T trudged miles, to. Portico 'where ��������� finally'  we found a cab which brought us  to Naples."  Rome, April 11^���������Thc Messagero"  the     day     a    des-  view  of    the' agOJii/cJ  mollica*,    j)r.tch    from      a"correspondent   who  TO DREAD DEATH   wi^ Was powerless to ^o anything to   had visited    Somnia Vesuyianai c  that  on-  Sarnos  Seattle,    Wash., Apiil 12.���������At   ten   save" her litt'e daughter    anl     coul-l   firming the.   report  o'clock this morning  Katharine    Al- ''only  stand  in    dumb horror  as    tho   bad' practicnllv been desu-pyod.-. by   a  Ian Vinettc,  the six year old d&ugh-   ri'thless-wheels  gro" ml  the life from    shower'of-  ashes,      hut adding that  tcr of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Viin&tte,  who lived at 1607 Grant street,  came into the kitchen and asksed her  mother for an onion to plant   in    a  the bri>ht-������aced baby who 1'cvl l-cen (he majority, of the inhabitants had  her greatest consolation fcr the loss succeeded in escaping. There were  of nn only son, who ,died in Decern- then 8.000 mill operatives at Sar-  ber last.       " , [nos,     which    is   an   ipdustricl  een-  will  of  th  bis  Tlw Ilalibui-toii Street Methodist  j church will have special services oa  At the1 morning-  service a children's , choir will  render .two Kaster, songs, and -the  Uev. A. 10. "Roberts will, preach a  sermon csiiecinlly for the children  on the morning of Eastei*. Special  anthems will be sung by the  choir of the church at tho evening  service and the sermon will be appropriate     to   1h('  day.  Instead of playing the "Moonlight  Sonata" at the St. Andrews choir  concert on Monday as announced yes  torday monusig, Mr. F. Ash-ton of  tadysmith, will give Chopins Fantasia Impromptu ii- C sharp. Mr.  Ash-ton is a pianist of rare ability    and  lovers of music  should   not  City  Manager ' Mullett    and  ..     ��������� ,,,   staff are baring     a  busy    time.     at.  the  bay  of   Naples,      as   they, would . .^^ ^ ^    q[ ^stated      in   yesterday's  Herald  VCS"! '                                as  twenty-five     new   ������-'������'oir       will   render  uvius,     whicli is  situaieii   niiout  nulU.^   x ..     ^ ,_, , -, ^    _-+     .m    Praise," -a.beautiful  have  , ,T ,  ,   H.^..^...,      Since  the fir  had     to  pass   Mount    :  Vcs-1 ���������  ���������       ,   ,     ,    ���������".-.   ,   ,,  year as many  which is  situated   about  half*.*     ,..,., . .  water services      have been -put  fail     to  hear  him   on Monday.  way     between    Onstellivmare and  Naples.     Tho      train  which   brought.  Premier     Sonnini     here  today  from  Pome  was     considerably    delayed by  lashes.  in-  A.s  the  'A   Ilymn    of  Cantata       by  .���������, .      . . ,,    4    4, . Mendelssohn,     while   Mr.    Foote,     a  This    is  a     sure  sign     that    things   JU-*-"u ,  .     .,       .. cello   player     of Victoria  and       Mr.  are prosperous  m the city. ' .,..'���������,���������. i  Owen,   (violin)   will  render   Baracole  The      SS.   Titania  will     probably   and Vedor     accompanied     on        the  compl&te her cargo this evening.        ' piano   by Mrs.   Calbick,     and       Mr  Owen   will     also    -. giw     a      vn'.a  solo    ifundel's Sonata in   A.  DEATH IN -HDSIMTAL.  The death ��������� occurred at tho lu, i-  pital last night- of Charles Siinw,'  a youn-g Finn, who has been m  the hospital for several months, suf  fcring'-froin     spinal.injuries icceivid  in     an  accident  in  the        Ext in- .ia  ��������� -. .' S > ;'J -- ^ -    ��������� ���������  mines.     Deceased'\Wa's  ~'2o years   of  mge-     The.     fiincralfhyill-"-taUe  pbue  from   llilbert's Uiuiori-akin-g.' pailou.  The date  is   not yet fixed.  OLYMPICS WIlX SMOKE  The   ever    avvake   Olympics  nil.iid  giving  a  snioker    in   their,.      rooms  on Thursday night -next.     Jack  iCil'  leen     will  undertake- to thrown    W.  Clarke,    and       Tom.    Weeks     twiui  within   half  an   hour.;    S. .     llui t n*  will  box  a  four      round    exhibition  bOut    with   an unlmown and    San ly  Svvnnsqn      will      give  an exhibition  on the'mat   with , some one not vet  decided     upon.       Taking all   in    all  the   Smol.'er promises    to be   one  of  the most successful events ever pulled off by the famed Olympics. m  '4*^1������V   j.-, v������$'  -vf  ^Vr,  *  *  *'  if',   i .1  "PPWPfi  l '   ."  ^V-t.-^y s^*.-  D-VIf,  LEDGER  Is"  1^'  If  I*?''*!  I Hf DAILY LEDGER  -f>ttbiwned   every day except Senaay  ������������      _THB       DAILY       LEDGER  ,;      ', C0HP4NY.  OFFICE \AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION  PRICE  -.0 cents a month,   $5 per year   to  advance.'   Advertising rates on ap,  ; plication.  THURSDAY  April  12,   1900,  /household hints.  "Vbieah the keys oi a piano with   a  cloth, moistened with alcohol.  'To keep milk fiom scotching nnse  - thc pans in cold water   before   uoux-  irtg in the milk in  - 'The ice tieam scoops that mold the  '  cream"the shape of small pyramids,  "-make'nice     mashed     potato scoops  ESTATE OF A. HASLAM  ASSIGNES STATEMENr  Cieditois     of Andiew    Haft lam ye*,  terday ic-ceived notice'lunn tho     as-  ���������unc-es    that the affahs   of "the   ostcte had been     wound   up and       that  11  pei   cent,  of the. claims   would b e paid    them  This is the highest percentage that the assignees have been" ablcto  icalue by the sale of the estate The claims- will" be "paid at the  oflice     of Mr    i:   M.   Yaiwooil  onSatuidav     April    21s,t     ' -      .  Accompany ing the notue was thc* toport oi the auditor * As rhe  same will doubtless be of mte> est to the readers of--The ll-*r-  ald   it  is  published  in  full. -    r  47 Langles sttcct. Victoria, 11    C ,. 20th Match1.   1906.  TO T1IH  ORr-DriOHS  OP Till: ESTATE OF   ~  AMJHKW IIASLAM < >F    -^'A^AT.V10,  H   C.     ,  LUJlBiSUM.IY,   IN LIQUIDATION'.  TBW HEATF.D i  "Wmj. .'ORNISH   ROOMS  BAR SOPPWKD WITH BB' T  WINKSrWQTJORS, CIOARS, .  ABB0TSF0RD  A. J. /4cMURTRlE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  -~   Furnished  LADYSMITH, B. C*  ��������� ������������������-���������������������-       -   i  Good tables and good  Rooms ,  M  Su  or Madam  In actoula-ae^   with -mstiuctions teccived   fiom the assignees' oi  above estate, x   1   have   caielullj     investigated  -accounts     and have now   to icpoit    as lollovvs.  IDveiy   iisiblo .is--et disclosed    bi   the  deotoi "s  the  31r.(  llnslam's   book.s ami  books    and  Scboa out small -pyramids ol pota- statement submitted to the c.dito.s at the,, first meeting; (  toes" rub each with melted buUci.jto ha-.e been carciullv handled with a view to Ksiate advi  and'out  in    Mie oven   or under     the , ������������������ the course of ������ Hiding up   an 1   to   ma- e the best possu>     sale  ������*���������" '   ' .  I ,   ..       ..-.    ..     ...        . i...    ������....-,.    1.....IL       wnw   mill  by   the  appeal s  . ant age.  sale oi the  bioiler of a gas stove to  hecome   a'-pnnciple   assols    of the i:stuto, \u .  the tunUi   limits,   saw null. , Ileal  "���������(olden brown. ' IMato and  Logulne eiigim-s ...   connection jlie.evvith,     uiitam mortgages  .        , >r ������.<.���������..���������. and  liens    hud  to  be    paid  oil   in  oifJ*.*i Ui  h'uijd  over  tbe pioperty   t:oiu-  i ,Cover    a grease  spot  on  thc mat-   pkto   to un- puMhnscis,  lhe   ranalpm Lumbnr   ('���������), WU. Other mor������ga-  -ling with"'Ficnch chalk and spiinMe   gts ftlu, -,,,,���������������, (whcio    no eqiutv    npj-c-a.'iUoixbi) biuo beou abandomMl  benzine over  it.      Allow  the beir/ine I       Thl, Mot.k   of jogs   and luiubei   -liovvn   in  the  pivlin.inary    statement  ''to,evapoiate and brush off the chalk   lo the tl(.(]i(0,rt   Mfls   up   io the date oi  assignment under   sei/ui-o     by,  1'{'when'tlie grease spot  will "have   0*s-)(-ie Royal   Hn-il       of Canada ThoOovenuntnt ol lUush C'olunfiio thvn  ' appeared.  ! sci/cd  the    lonininder      On  the  len-li/uti ins     i.ndet  both  these - sei/ujes  Of    tl)o      whole  1 i*r -J  ������������������������������������'*��������� '   ~      !������  loss occun.-d   of ?St23,:iO op    t,ho  P,t|iimtfd     \ftlup  , ,/lVkeep.the liedclothcs  from pull-    took  of  8������12T 00  .in^away    from  thc loot of an iron j       The. Assignes   have .been enabledio  lecovev       sundry      rebates      on  ^  ,bedstead,    cnHhc    foot end of     the   Jnsm.ancos     all(J     timbci    limit     rentals   aiid have obtained     a   rebate  ', inittBKS "sew three    large buttons, g g3 (^ 10>altlM    am, rent |s ,|ll0 the   golcrnm������i of ������.'(*-   on  t onev in  thc    middle and the    othets  PORTLRND  '     ' DAVID' HYNES, Propiietor  & Nanaimo Railway  EWsiite&fMoiici-ay s -  Excursion Rates  > la effect between all Stations      ' * , , - -  Ticket* goo* irom-Friday, April 13; Tto   Monday,  April 16tfe., incslueive.  Special Train Service :;  '���������!  4-'  }  ,' V'  Board at reasonable  -   -   Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked  tail Hotel ha*   been completely '   'renovated.  Board and lodgimg $1.00 per day..  TEL  JOHNTKA, Proprietor  'ar1 Supplied with the Best ^ Wines, 1st Avenue :-: x>:  Liquors and Cigars.  Ladysmith B.C.  Best accommodation for transient  tnd permanent boarders and lodgers.  ^RAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comlort-  .i >Iy furnished, and the bar Is up-to-  l.t-.  - Rates' $1.00 a day    and    mp-  wirda. <  WM. BEVERIDQE, Prop,  vrnialaaa-lt '���������' '���������' '*���������" '���������*' ���������f<*������f������ml-11*  wj&ar .the corn&rs     On one ������n������ of thc  L^fT^fsheets and qlan" 2ts  S3\v tai>e   loops  '' r.'t,  r*o correspond with  the buttons   This  -���������������������������������& '^overcamesj'the only fault of iron and  r%'^ ^r^Stewftl, celciy is a  V^'lv  Stahle'at'dinner.   ' V  delicious   \cgc-  ou can use ' ei-  eondition ti'.at ceitam claims for  \v������gcs  \vei������* to 'be satislied.  Die ten ci.iy clause of the C ^ditms fiu&t Deeds Act has been  enfoieed and has resulted   in a bebefitto the estate of $497.98  Dook debts and trade notes amounting to $19,102 23 appeared on  the debtors booUs A laige pippoitipn of this amount has been out  standing for some years and although eveiy effort h������S been made by  the Assignees and thou' Solictor to recover the amounts due, it luv-s.  resulted in pioving that o^cl ������15,000 00 of thc total amount is quite  iii*cLO\eiable.  iW>.  t^tlie^celery, with a    vhiti  THE JONES HOTEL  HOTEL DOMINION  % ���������Batee ������1.26>ndn.80���������  ������.  Free but) to ail e team boat landiUKS >> d  i-ailwav depot������.    Electric care every 6 > e  ������������������iiuiteu to all parts Jof  the city.   Bar  iv d table unexcelled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  \BBOTT  ST., VANCOUVER B, 0.  ^ Good Friday and Easter Monday  o     --   - i*   " /   *-**VtA - V*   ���������" **.   J        -       f-k       l *   *      -     '  Afternoon trains feiving LadjfBmith,-  Northbound, Lat-6:^5   p."m.5<i  Afternoon trains leaving T^ulysmitli   Southbound1 rat 5 00, p.'m.   [  Regular train tservice Saturday, 14th,  and Sunday 15th.'      "fi'    r\   > '  --   S' *J  Villi    j  ,Of<l^..Courtriey,'  i' til"  District Pessenger AgentJ  ,"t  ot cream Lstate has beea admitted'which coufd have been fairly dlsallowed-  ' ^^>*sauce.>'-^ 'Addr a bit al hut-tci, and j As will bo se-eir by the VsMgncos statement ot receipts , and ex-  "-''���������H^sprin^le'wcll with salt and peppei pondituics a balance of S11/.97 88 is on hand available tor the,pay-  v ^y^A^ffish eg? yolkVddcl to thccieam ment o(a 14 per cent dividend on the unsecuied liabilities^amounting  t������,^^Ssauce"1 makes  it inner 'to S83,35fi ao -      .    < -   ^   i ;    ������ ' '   \   L,v   **[  'A'tpMim^sA'' "'* "* ~ I      ���������NT������ &taton,cnt accounting for   the deficiency  is -attached.    The      mat-  ������^c|^3������\Cjfea"n ,coprcr _ lettles with lem<n eual necessary forA such an recount does not exist. No .balance_  |^^|^-t\lim-edrin silt,'niise thoroughly n sheet ever_appcais to have been made and consequently, no starting  ^felf'^clear'water and'polish with a soft point ]S oaia.nable The mill biiildmgs,������machinery and a portion,, of  m^.Di.^V<u':.���������' . tho ������ock wcio   destrojed-hv lire   in May,  1901,     and the position    .of  ���������o ������������������ ;tlle business   'was not then, ascertained    In the--   absence,   of ft balanec  April      3 0���������Thc  pioposj- \hcct at SOmc~ fixed  date   any attemp!      -to account   * for-thc deficiency  iscussed     to   hold     "���������'would have been largely   an   estumatc,   would have entailed a great     ex  exhibition       m  pontie      an(j  i am convinced    would have resulted   in no benefit   to    the  Estate.   r >     " ' [  ,1 am/ZYoui     oliedient   servant.  "~   _ ~   *  '   - W.    CTjllTIS SAMPSON.  I j. - ^Chaitered Accountant,  "*     - Victoria,    B.   C  UK THE ESTATE OF*ANTDI<EW.IJA.SLAM OF-NANAIMI,   B.  C. LUM-  -     BERMAN IN  LIQUIDATION,  Statement ol Allans by   A*-uinees, 20th of    March 1906  -    L1ALILITIES.  Unsecuied  Claims  to  rank, foi   Dividend              .$ 83,55(1 30  PieCerred  Claims and Insuiance iwud by     Assignees                            ...               68,107 43  Advertising foi   tendeis,  Watchman's wages, etc  was icceived     in  Commons  toda>   cold-  B^t^lyKbyoPremier Bannerman  who     de-  te-^^Iciarc^.thaCat p.esent tfte     at^ein  %"4yk&(������j%nientJwas nbtprepaied    to   give  fit  ^^tV>,,'-'pr6m'ise^,of .support.      He  was     not  j&X^Z ty as' sure" that tbe  commcicial   mt. i  W-^'^-Z^ ^ ests would nid such   an exhibition  :Jl--WlIITE   COOK��������� -;.  k ( ana     ������ -    ���������>  ���������WHITE OLABOR���������  Eniployed-vOnly -  _     _*^ ! i  /     j  ~ (Half Block from Depot.)    .     <  OAT ACRE   STREET-." Ladysmith,  ''CALEOOMAN''  r- ;  ��������� J I   "- It  Leads Them    AM  i    ;.N2QUA'L1TY'  ��������� --"so:-*������������������ V  R;P. ftlTHEl,  5 &Co., Ltd  '��������� i Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA. ���������-:   ������������������ ���������    -*   -B ( '  Under Managment  Hotel vVilspri  *��������� - 1     i       INI  Nanaimo, 6. C.  ! 'V.  Jas. R. McKinnel  - . -    Proprietor.      .���������  i5>  Commercial Mens' headaaavters.   r  -r Modein and    .Strictly 1-iwt ClaM;  Fire Proof    Buildiag.-  WANTED���������lly- Chicago ��������� wholesale^1  house, special representative "(man or  woman) for each province in "Canada.  Salary -^COO- and expenses'paid  weekly., \ Expense money'advanced.  Business successful; position; perroa-(  ncnt., No investment requircd..\^Pr*>  vious experience not essential"tc-en-^.  gaging.   ' ljt v >~, J, _��������� / '  Address Manager, 132_ tlake^Street,  Chicago'; 111 f U.S.'Ar**' - V '"*���������'-"'     -  < THC COWOiroUHt WAY. -. v j _  Ticket pwi Freight Omce,'75;Ul  Govemment .Street."    , * ^  THB CITY  ��������� , ^    i, ^    ���������* ������ ^     ���������    .   , -    ��������� ���������  ^Tomoirow being & holiday, \ve will close a.t\ the hour .of^ twelve/  - R. Williamson Prop.  S^l^^tfP^QUlCKLY, KNOCKED  PUT.  4^"^>V1\w'.'Some-wee\s ago, during the s  ^f<wv!^ere winter  weather,   both my     wtf'  '^M/%%fi*ud myself  contracted severe   col-'Sj  p-C~pr^4>?which  "speedily    developed into    the  ^I*?ti4-C*   .worst'hind of la gtipp3 with all its  'L.?>-C*T- ''^'Vrhiseral le'"symptoms,'���������'    saj s Mr  .1  of Maple Landing, loach ing, mus-  tfu >-'���������   As^cles sore, head stopjicd up, eyes   an 1  ^���������Mv-v^'-nc-5* running, with    alternate siclU  i^^rjs ; of chills and fever     We began using  y^v,   vr/il^S.-Egleston,    of Maple  ^''ifs^'    'Knees aiid joints  ^Chamberlain   Cough   Remedy,    aidi.ig  Ip^j'.'l-' -the same with double dose of Chain-  "*%   -IV V-H*    "T> v?  ^ p^-'^.V^ bcrlam's    Stomach and  Lnei     Tab-  ^l%^^LVlets,  and   bv    its  lileral   use     s< o-i  ^u*|*V^ ^completely    Imockcd     ojt the grip '  '(IkfC.f^d^SoM by Ladysmith Phatmacy  " J   " "-1%"''   "'PHONES   CONNECTED   WITH  j;^  r<  ���������   , FIRE  HALL  > 31���������Hotel   Cecil.  ', 45���������Hotel A'b-botsfoid.  A21���������<G. C. Pic'catd.  B21���������R.  J    Bowen.  28���������F   W.   Hawes.  ��������� 18���������Di. Wasson  1C���������A   Cornwall.  fln slips*  ��������� destrifdibie  Boot for  Boys  paid by assignees  CosL  of Liquidation  as per  Tvvpenditme  1,923 01  $153,587 6*  account ...  .  7.162 9',  TOTAL LIABILITIES .    .      .  ASSETS.  Timber lmuls (12,917 aues) saw mill, buildings, Machmet v Tools, etc , and null site,  (Lot 1, Bllv 49, Lots 2 arid 3, Jttk :>0,  and l.ols. A, 5, 6, 7, and part of 8.  Bile.    51   Nanaimo  City   .   Heal Estate adjoining Mill, (paitlo-t 4, lots ."i,6  7 and 8, Block 4.9 old mill site lettered "A" Nanaimo City and suiburban lot  XXIV Newcastle to\vns������item, an i wagon  and shmgle machine .. .      .,  Camp outfits and buggj  Balance stock of lumber taken m-to possession by assignees aftci satisfaction of sei/.  vnes    bi   Roval   Hank  of      Canada and  go\eininent   of  British   Columbia  Office fuuiituie and  sundues  Ll* e  Sloe'          ���������   ���������  Rebates on ln-.iinines* and icatals   Tntciest  on deposits bv nssiances  Rebate b\  Covoi unvnt of British Columbia      m  io\aliti"-?   and  icnlals   lo_br* applied       in  (Continued     on Pago Fot )  $160,7S0 61 $160,750 61  .$  7a,4S0 00  1,1 no  00  .1,705  00  66������  33  712  00  512  50  954  70  64  43  2: Transcontinental 0  uy Trains Daily     l  Jj,1    "-.The" NewiTrain', r-f ''  ORIENTAL LIMITED  -   "���������,^(,WTrain,of>;i   ^  ' .Ease,' 'Elecance/^Exceilerice: !'���������<  Every mile ,a, picture,  'and.,-  4 no���������smoVeHo sfoilthe -view.1  " "Through* Compartment,, p\y-~  servat'lon, aiid^ Eullmah ^sfeetK;  u,ers|-"-j,-. alio-v Tlitough" -Tourist'^  ?Ca������ to Chicago.-; ' --"��������������������������� y''' .  " ' /   ''' 'tojriir Specialty ' ;' "' ,w^'  .Union _,' Terminals   with   all  c SU-amer Jjnes.^^ ^ '-t;,-^ *- ���������'>  >J-^ Berth-reservations' by^w-ire-l-r  TGreat Northexn S'S.^Co:/' ~  (PO������ JAPAN^JAND^CHINA^  S^ S..-Minnesota - will , sad "-  from, Seattle, AprlVMih.,''. *  ,\ For.rates,^ foWera ^and"' fullj  information;-call on or . ad-  .'dress*" ,__   . _ -  "S.fO. 4YERKES, '������-    ���������*-  '7 ^A.O.P.A.; -Seattie,/Wash.  jB./ftJ STEPHEN.Ci .i*^-iC*  ' f<-J  '-t*  '**���������  TICKET50FHCE  Cor, Government and Yates Sis.  VICTORIA, B. C   <  K-*l  Trains daily"to St/VP.aul, .7  / ���������*" Minneapolis^ Dululh ' aSd /  L''f*iVEastV'-'* '   '"������������������   ������/r   '      '  ������������  i.   '������*������������������������"._ ' .-,    ������     *     -J*  2  ' Trains'^daily ,y ."tb' Denv er.-j,"  < v Omaha, Kansas 'Cit>% Stir1  / '->' Louis , ana ?East ," and '  '^   Southeast:'-'-'  -?-/*->-*--,  M ,  --j^ - _^ i  >,ii  "Atlantic Steamship Tickets oh  f Hate to nnd   from- all  European  Points "      *���������' '.     ,'  * ~,     '  ^���������-% - -, . ' -���������l>cl \ ''  'ttf'Thjsys the ONLY-line, f,to.  '''-��������� -YELLOWSTONE PARK.'>/f7  .il Toyrist sleepers on all traiss,  *���������V-������. ^ "    **        J-7  ^ ^Por Varticulais * call on <" orJ^  IwriifeE-.E. Blaclvwopd, Geri-^  crar Agent, Victoria, BlC. v">,  * i*        '^ r -    <  QREE*  ���������5l,  1st. Avenue  Ladysmith B, G.  ���������*#������t������������<'i#������*������������������">ii������"������i������������������*>*������*���������>���������������*���������������*���������**���������*������>"������������������**��������� "������������*������������������������������*���������***������������������* ������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*#������������  STOVES! STOVES!  5--      s  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  *Ai| kinds of Foundry and Repair Woik  Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53 '" P. O. Boy 42.  .������..������..������..������..������.���������~������~������..t..������..������..>..������..0.    ^^������..������������������..������..������..���������.������~������.^..ti'������i-<  "WSHaST':  |, SATISFACTORY is the veiv  diet of both parents and beys  wherever worn  L2II BOYS' SCOTCH'GRAIN  r-ATERTIGHf BOOTS  ba\e heavy soles Thes2 Boots  wilf hold that boy of \oirs  for a ^hile   Si/es from J to 5  L311 YOUTHS' SGOTH^GRAIN  WATERTIGHT BOOTS  same as aLove   Si/es 10 to 13  YOUR DEALER HAS THEM  Ask for  WATSON'S  DUNDEE  -WHISKEY-  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   The Cream of Scotch Whiskies  WM. MUNSIE, Piesident    J   IV   COB URN, Managing Director  Telephane d-C.  The Ladysmith" Lumber Co, Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDBICK   AND   LADY SMI1 H~ *$  Shirigl-&s a. Specialty  MANUFACTURERS OF���������-  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS,   SHINGLES,  MOULDINGS,      ETC.,     of    tl.e  BEST  QUALITY SEASONED       AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISHING  LbMUER IN STOCK.  j THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd. \  %   I  * I PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND t  % SILVER ORES. I  $ Smelting Works at ?  I      LADYSMITH,     B. C. ������  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  -   Vancouver Island, B, G.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  General Managei,  H0U������i aho ������co   - *-  ,,..   Houm    ;  ' I110-1 Vertminatcr Road,  ViNCOijYER.  Headquarters lor������������������ <<f ���������  ' PACIPIC OROWN Oarden, field ,  'and newer SEEDS * ' *       '  tot distrtbutloa. ; *  Large  stock   of Home  Grown FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL    TREES  LC now-matured.for Spring".'  No expense, loss or delay of fumigation or in-  epection  Let me ;rice .your list  before placlng^yqur * order, dreennouse Plants, >  Floral Packages., Fertilizers-etc. , :  3010 -M������tminsterrRoad.  VANCOUVER, B, C  XX  ^���������Gen. Agpnt, Victoria. .B.C.rl|ll"TA:D:- ^hailton,; A.G>.A:.   ���������   i._-_-AaaaJi VI ���������        ,���������        NIP.;  Portland, Oie. ,  w -  Jj' ������'.  w  -v?, i,   '   j"  / "*-Lr.y  -.j1' :  '   - ,*-'*-^111  Qoing: Ecist  Them be-sure y oar pickets rt������4" tl*  If yo������~ ap3 contemplatingr  PAPFRIN6 YOUR ROOMS  -Call at-    \  J, E, Smith*. Shop  v  On Roberts Stiee; and sec all ihs  Latest Designs in  WALL PAPERS  * We    ma''e a Specialty of. thc papei-  mc Dusincss  WHMMWWWi i H-l+Hlf������HWH������+HW������WM*H+t    If     J. LECKIE Go. Ltd.  MANUFACTURERS.  VANCOUVER, B.JS.  E HUOSON'SBAY GO,  Sole Agents for & C.  m  J.^X. Smith's  RESTAUEANT  Cor������ 5th. Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Meals 35c. and Upward  SHAVfcS & BUMS  aSM������MWgMPM������iMS*M|^SMaanpWMMMB������iMfcJWWMiSlM������*WSI  Having tak*������ **������ver the barber shop  Known as (he Ladysmith Shaving  Pallors, Higb St., I intend, by keep  ing competent workmen, ia conduct  a first-class establishment, and respectfully solid* your patronage.  The only line now ��������� making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  ana- "MINNEAPOLIS rwitb ' thr  through trams from the Pacific  Coast. -   . '  THB     SHORTEST-   LINE, Tl  FINEST TRAINS,  THE  LOWES' '  RATES, THEFASTESTTIME.  BETWEEN ' '. ' ���������  MINNEAPOLIS, ST. "PAUL, CI������*  OAGO, OMAHA,"'KANSAS CI1 Y  and ALL POINTS EAST.    *  For complete information ask y  local agent or write,"  F. W. PARKF-R  y General  A f**v  730 2na Ave., Seattle.  f  Oea era in  Pianos anil  Organs ..  LadysnJth,-B.C  NOTICE  The.   partnership   PAisting  between  0. II   Ruinmuig and V?. E. Rumi-li  cairynig on   business   in thc Ci{\  1.  Ladysmith,    B.  C , as manuract  of carbonated   be\orages,  etc ,  unri  the firm name of Rumming Bios ,  1  hereby    dissolved.       All   ouls+Pr'  accounts must be paid to W   E. p  mnig, who   will continue the busir  ���������mil *iay all accounts against the  of Rumming Bio-3  0   II   RUMMING,  W. E. RUMMING.  Dated at Ladysmith this 28th 11  ot Feb., 1906.  1 THE1 DAILY LEDGER
mr^rr-l *-      ���
White Lawns and Musi! r,
To be sold at ONE-HALF pncaVj;
I Oa Lawns and Muslins' . - . 15c
26c Lawns ,an4 Muslins ...'...-.. Ute
25c Lawns and Muslins \ . -12 Jc
35c Lawns and Muslins .....:. '..1l7��c
Duck,- Blue, Whte  and
Black; Dotted and Plain
\ ���*'     *'      < *��� 1* ** * '
Regular 15c to 200." Now '     .. ljj-c
I i soo\Yards   Flar, ne'ette,
7  plain and strip-sd   -
Suitable'for Gowns,' ChilJren's dress
es, Wa'sts, Lnlerwekr, elc ' Wnilh
up4o 38 inches. (Regular Price,-13c
to '20c.\j At Our. 1   {>      ., ? ~
Special Sale 16c. yd
Dre?s   Qbois '
"Blue and White Serge, regular BOc/
Now   .      .' ,...��..
' .l37ic
Ladies' Waists
^���Lonly���NuiVs ' Veiling,-* Cashmere,
Fr\" FUnnei; Silkr      Regular W- and
'J$4.-   Wi'Llc cleared out,at>.. $L7fr
Special Kedictloir ih�� tur
*    *"       -*   ' r   l-  1
, .    sets ;
* Re-^ilar $1 50' to *2'.~ ( To be   sold
at.our Special Sa��3, at- "4 - > '-) ,
>- - '.''-..-. -.*/������.;,95ci
ll^ce   Curtains," Elegant
* "s yarAslong.   }K^gulav $1.25. 'For
' -         75c
3i yards long,of the finest   designs
1Re��ular'-?2.75, for 1    ...-.  W-��
Regular, ��8.B0, for  ����������
and many others at j*ig reduction also
Ladies! .Motor Caps*
"-? IO! different .sty lesT and, .colors.'^ Jb>
1 pilar "7Ec3oM.*S..' -Y���� ih���ce:*t
Everything must^o.   Wejnust raise money^6^;
���e came to the conclusion that  the
!y way to do so is to let everything go Regardless of Cost.
^yujira^   ^KA-r^t Air   Gaitl
M-ens' Box Calf Shoes
Lace and  elastic subs.    An easy fitting sen iceabli shoe, value $1    Our
Special sale. $2.50'
items, as our space
m and see ��qu^nny ana w*- - 9 . ._       ^ fa
will not permit u^to name all.   But you will be co^eo^ oy ummg
1 Mens' Box Calf Shoes
Lace or elastic sides, Goodyear welt,
double soles, leather lined, English
fcack straps! reguiat $5     At our
Special sale $3.50
Special SaleSOc
Ladies* Neckwear, Belts, etc , to \\?
:  ���  cleared at "ONE-HALF puce at   Oul
- Spetial, Sulc.
:Tweid Skirts
^Regular $5. .to ,$12.  'Now
*���     *��v >, /* *
: - Lustre Skirts
Black' only ��� Regular  $5 and *$��.    ���
t i�� "<Now,Z*''. t.*?:;.' "���" '        '. J'4 50~^"
C * VF^Blac'C'Grey and ^lUown.   'Regular   /
'    '  -   $4.00.    For' ..$   2.75    '
Feather Pillows      V V: >,
.    * **      r 1 %   -<
, ' 25, only���Large/sizes', heavy ticking
^ cover.    Regular $3 50 a pan.,    To Le^
C cleared our ai'Jt^p-    ' '' '"*' 'I /"
Special  Sale  ,$i.O0
Ladles* AprvOils
5;Do/en La-lies'  Aprons,   with l.ilA
of Emhroidciy and Frills.wide' wl*?Wl
. of good linen, <*���      ���
Regular 40c, foi . ...,  .       " i 3c
Regular  50c,   lor ��s  .1 . Sic
Regular 85, for     ,;   . . 60c
Dress Good*
In White, Biown, Blue - and Blac^
.ItCRular 60c,   for     .. .' -10c
Regular 90c, for                  ' ��.' 65c
Regular 75c, for        . " Cflc
Lades'  FashlonaL^e   Flg-
.,     u ed White Silk'
" ^   Waist l2��Aths, no two alike     Regu
, lai 65c. ^To lie sold at   -
- White. ,B!uc,>iRed, Pink', Brown and
Black.   ^Big Reductions^ ''   , ,    '
^.<     X   " _  < '
Blue and Qrey Voile
Fine Sheeting
i ^;9i4(l tleavy Shee? ing      /j
.A\���   ';, Bleached 01    Uiuleaclied, twill" or
i^J-ll Ji plain, ,.>'Re^ular from'35 to 10'cents.
, ,.+��� '.. 25c
��� f -'' '   White and ' -Unbleached    Twill   and
1 i,   plain,  w dth   8-1.    lRc^alai  30 cents
";    .ayard.^lNpw . -20c
fij-       \��
Reguli-r^ 75c,  for
j   -1
China silts,'all colors, ,22m. wide
Regular 25c, fcr
Japan Taffeta,Silk.
Cream, Whita, Black 1 Brown, Blue,^   \
PittV,  Red and* other different colors, -  -
French Flannel Waist
��� 1
lengths ""difterent   patterns,  no   two
^likc.   Reg   (*5c, for,
Pbn tee Silk
2Vvar��^cnly.   Reg   60��> tot      40c
Hens'     Double     Thread
^albriggan   Underwear
-ices    50c      To he    sold
Regular i-.   37^
Boys* Lace Boots
solid school- shoes have an ,oil   giain
upper   and    double   sole, guaianUed- 11
solid        The    most   honest-?2 l,oy's
shoe in the city
" '^1
���4"* I
Special $1,50 |||d
Babies* I .ong Dresses
6 enly, nicelyv trimmed with embroidery; tucked and insertions Reg-
ulaL ?2 50,   to be sold at our
Special sale at $1.75
Ro) es,  Cloa\s, etc , at   big reduction's
Mens*     Heavy    Working
.   1   '
Navy Blue and Tweedy    -Regular,
~$1 25,  for :    :...".'      ��� 95c
Men's , "working   shirts   cin   black,
black and white stripes, double front
and back   goad t, wearing .    Regular
.��Cc, for      "\ -     ������ 50c
300  Pair Mens' Pan-*..
up to J2 00 a pair, to be cleared
  .       95c
mi. _
JVUps' Top Shirts
Solt 01 liar J bosom lronts, Willi
or without colors ' Regular, W.25
to $1.50, to be cleared at
. -V'-l
S| ^��jps, Boys'  Suits
< b ^es only, to be cleared   at
factory pi.'ces
H ChiWrens'.Shoes , I
-   We.lia>e two iojr t'h-reeaincs of little
i' from ��� * to�� 101-.   .Ilw*** ar<:
shois "��>.  To be cleared aft ourt ^
worth tl.5u
le fbr^L'oo I
Special sa. _-|y
i.i     ^ "        '���   - '   '***ag    on |l
For ,the sale"  we arc putx       - "   '���  fc -
some extra' spec al snaps in   Lai*
Button and Lace Shoes, from   T.
to 113.00 jxr'pair, regular $2 to H. ;.^.'H ��tafv
Ladies Low Shoes
Men's Vici Bahncr..,JS     inat     **
gre good weai-ns      K ^tra valW   ftt
J3 50 a pan      At our
Special sale, $2.25
All sizes; patent ,tip and   militaiy,^ I i WM
*- K *i ^^
heel, regular $2.75 for..'      .    U 75 ||
30r pairs Ladies' Low eShoes,   good
' "���;"*��������� *K   5   ^B^S
wearers, all si7es.    Regular $2    At  ��� L ���%
our, ;��i'-r '-\ �� - h:M\
I\     '.Special sale, $125 ll If
Noue bu; Union Labor   Employed
h .1.  BOOTH..Prop
' \\edding    Cak��   ��ade   to  Order
Trices   are     Very Reasonable.     All
Customers are Treated Alike.
..��.������..������������������������� ������������'
c     First Class *
For Sale and Delivered
Solicitor, Bte.
Korey   to   loan
1st. iveuut LA1WSVI H
,:+, �� i V �����>������"����� ���'������������� ��'����� ��������������>���������-*�����-���--"���������^-^"
Miners'Drilling Machines
S     Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmitns.
Buller Street '-      -    -     - .Ladysmith, B G
Train Service
And tho Principal Bu��ine8B CenterB of
Ontario, Quebec, and the
���Maritime Provinces.
Tov Time TftbloB, etc., nddross
Assistant GcnM rassunger and Ticket Agent,
Union Brewing Co-
flanufacturers of the
Ladysmith Temple No. 5  U.\ r ��� ���
Sisters meets at'the Oddfellows' I ������'
2nd  and   dth  Tuesday   at   7-    ;��� .
Mrs.  Kate Tate secretary.
T In   British Columbia
::    Lager Beer   and Porter      Guaranteed  Brew    |
���;    ed *rom the Best Canadian  Malt   Run   Hops     >
(Coutinued from Page Two)
payment.of ceitam wages as ag reed   v. 2,129 85
Refunds under  ten  clay clause  Creditors   Trust
.Deeds Act   *97 93
Cash at   Rojal Bank ot Canada   on Ua>  ol as-
'l " 307  62
Mgmnent .        . .  . ,..
Amount  tuceivcd  nom Kojal     Bank of Canada,
collcited   by them from R  A Knight      . 147 00
Book Debts and Tiade Kotes, SH' 162 23 Ovei
��l.j,0(J0 000 of this amount corsideiod ab-
solutelv bad   The balance icu'.i/ed 3,4^7 851
Bundiy old stocks    and shares of      no       -value
Sundiy assets  (in  which the   ITstate has no   equity)  hold    by mlly and paitl*, hccuied crc-
-   ditors under moitgagos ami lien*�� as       fol-
hTM s
Moi tgage    v aluft
Lois 2:i and 21,  Ulotk 48
JSunaimo  Oiiv,  moitgag-
cd   to Horn   Puim   L   &
b*   Co    io. *'*i0S5 M     ��1300  ����
Lot i:i, Ulotk    40, Sina-
mio   Citj , moi tt,ngcc*   x-��     '
U  'f   Land and Inv   Agency  loi      A
Lots 9, 10   M/nnd 12, l>lk
4 1,   .Namurnu  City,
1st   Moilswgc    Ci.nadi.in
Pei,   L    Co    for :57S2 .19
2nd Moitqnm* .las   Mai-
shtll   foi .     ��� 020 ��*3        **32  39^
LotsilL and 12   Hlock   49,
Nniuiiiuo  CiU,   11101 tgag--
ed lo Can   Pa<-    r.oan Co
f0l.   2030 00       2030  00
Lot  17,  block 09,  district
lot ' Vancotivcv,   sold  for
Taxes ....;...   ���" -   ��������� ���������
Stcei .Hails,    lien    Evans, ,��� ������    ���
Coleman.& Evans  ...   .-.- 4849 53      4849  5S
Wire  Rope,  Hen.      Robert
Ward  & Co ...    ...-. .���-'    ^ .3S:
Geared     Locomotive,  lien,   ,
T.    Dobeson     ....... ,������.-/ 030. 05
Steamer "Alert" mortgaged  to  E. M.  Yarwood Cor 1532 00
Add, his payments       for ���
wages Wl  repairs.   .   .. 40<W 70       5595  70
c   > MAN IN",L1��31.'JWi ION
Assignees, Statement of Receipts and ."Expendituie*    fiom    August   25th,
'     - "        1905 to 20 March,  1906.
Royal llniik of Cana-da, in settlement, of   claim  . S4(>,5S2 26
Tiovincial Government  for   balance Royalties,      Rrntals    and
1'ioperty   taxes    . .*    8,507 09
B   C   Lund and Investment Agency for   i*elease   01    mortgage
on-Lots 2 and 3, Block 50, Kanamio  City      . .     1 150 00
llcn*y ilc-Vdie,   for release  of     Mortgage on lot   1, block 49 800 00
Coipoiation of the City of Nanaimo for Taxes on lots sold -        199 71
Vancou\ei  Engineering works to   release  two logging  donke\s
.seculed by lien . 	
>oiwich   Union    Fue Insurance  Co,  piexmums   ..
Fretftried Wages. . 	
170L 77        1351  77
Dr. Dier' can be louad at any time       No    4g wag the luc,.y nvmh&.  Uiat
at his oflice on Gatacre st. His   de*1 won iiie Cushion   raflleJ by the Rath-
tal   work  is guaranteed   t�� be flr^l ^one sisters.-
class and rates reasonable             at
030 65
Total  Relations
.S 88,892 19 $88.892 19
.....? 71.858 42
C.   A.  CROBBTE,   "��� V. T). ROE ^ ,
'ROBT.  TT^AflLTON, A.  E.  LEE8.
ED.  QrES'NELL,    ' W. MANSOX.  jr.,   .-
Inspect nrs. Asiffireea.
��� ���'��� W.   CTTRT18  SAMPRO'N'..
Chartered   Acrotintnnt,   Victoria.   '_���
ESTATE  EXPEXSES  as  follows:
Rent Leased, buildings       . .     .      .   ,	
Go\ eminent ccsts  of seizure ...    .
Commission on collection ot book (k'bts,  etc
He; airs   to  tj pew liter . ....
Oflice Rent ... .. .     .
Fitewood          . ....
Law   Costs	
Camp Wages       	
Jnsuiance on sawmill        	
Lock for  office  door . ..
Expicssage  ... ...
City License	
If4i noss  lepairs      .        . ...
Nails ... ...
Camp  Hoi so feed    . .    .
Shoeing hoises          ���-���   ���     	
Repairing pasture fence 	
Rent of* pasture   ....;..    .'.-.���.	
Camp Watching  ......      ���-....	
Fares of watchman to camp	
p. o. Box Rent 	
Telephone Rent 	
Can^ Provisions  ......  ���..;.-������::.���.:..	
Light for office  .......;���   ...
Bank Exchange  -������������.   ...
Saw mill *orse feed and 'bedding  	
Mill'watching, night and day   ...
Telegrams  ..-..  ���/������������ ���������  ���������
Trawl ling expenses  of assignees ,
Postage Stamps ......   ��������� ������   	
Advertising for tenders, etc ....^....	
COSTS OF TJQUIBAT.KW. 888,892.19 ....
Assignees Commission���5 per cent on
7.,aw costs and disbui-seme.nts ...	
Accountants  charges    ,	
J(Cotitimied    on Page Four )
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\ . I-*      *  Y^C- -      ',  fev ?'���������"���������*.���������.  l-gi      i -,-v<*"  Is*1?,,'' ^ ,  '    c   -���������> ' ...  i&&t  W< ���������i-*V--V:j^->!?5Sw  ^  J-jT4*" <*  <t.  THE DAILY LEDGER  'V'iJ~  1^/'"  LOCAL  ITEMS  ' ������*���������*=������, FOR SALE  - ' Twelve   head   of  cows   and Milk  i������j J-route, fr Apply P. O. Box 99.  Quality  . Seldom Equalled���������  ���������Never E xcelledl  ''3SiilSS3K3aair'-i  Closing Out  BUSINESS    IN SHOES  Ladyamlth, B. C.  That's All!  Call and Oet   Acquainted  <iv-  $3 Mines' Shoe goes   for  $3.**io Mens' Fine Shoes goes for  A Few Ladies' Shoes Well  Boys'   and    Girls'    Shons   from ,  $2.25  , $2,251  Make an Offtr  90   cents "to   1.50'  Soft Sole,     Baby  Shoes   from 25 cents  to 35fjCents  ���������    ���������1 m,m 1      ���������,i ��������� 1 1     ���������Tl IMi^MtiMaw��������������� i������j,.    1 1 -  ^^^^^~^^^^~^~^mummmmmmlmm'***9mmmmjk'*tm*mmwmmmmm ,  G Peterson,  7        ;��������� 7  Being r3  HOLIDAY  his stoJe Will be Closed  C. Bi u  t\*  vi  1^- -*  I-I- 1 t  ik-"t -  W%i '"^-.Mr." and; Mrs. W. .Guflm, ol    Van-  ���������&*-j'I^r^;'come"r,,f armed   m the tlty tmlay-  l^'X'i^Mr. Griffin is ' visiting thc island  ||%'-*> n^owiis,cn business, while Mrs Gnf-  TrrC "Tr^nn, who is one 01 the leading ladies  i^+^jT-fl?''**1������ ^accabee Lodge in Vancouver,  IJfe^-o y-f* ���������*������!-Jtaking a holiday and enjoying .tli  ���������;*,* Smoke Big B. Cigais  r Br.  and Mrs. Dier are \1s1t1ng    in  ���������Victoria,   haMUg   gone  down   to that  '.'city ycsteiday.'  "��������� <i/''        "    71  Mr.  aiil Alls   li   Rolstoa returned  jn���������at roan today from Vancouvei where  ^heyriia/ve been visiting this wee1-..  ' . is!.   Avenuer: ..  '  DEALER   IN FU^NirU  E   AND   S  O /i'<\  ESTATE OF A, HASLAM . .,*.  ASSlGNEL'o STATEMENT  (Contiiuic<l fio 11 1'ugc 'Unix*.)  ���������\  II. I.       !������������������  EVl'LXUlTr.KES  EKTA1K KXPENbKS  COST OF LiyUHJATl6.\  SG8 107   19  1.W2U  Ul  7162  97  "BAT'S  WING  ���������*  One of the great  FAVORITES ?  for  1  Sumirier   Wear  In WHITE  an I   Drab  lijffii&i^throughtto Nanaimo at noon  to-day ,_  l^-'lMr. Willielm is,the publish3r of   1!n  ���������,p4^:V4Coast'> 1. Magazine, and is   m  -JHa?5" *5-<!'^.'���������������  |^S**!  a  lus  Ss^'jf-iEKithe - different    island points wrli  WSSfeV* jsWew 'to- obtaining   material ' <r  ^fe ' sfS^r1- * ASA- & --  ^^F^������"a|ra������ine.  JUe evpects to  Kt.jrn lo  C^^'rfeniorrow-, and'will stay off��������� at Lady-  fj-m^wimith' until Satuiday.  -^A '^'1X42*l"> B- Forcimmer has a \cry    ai  re .il  sla'e-  '1 utal   amount   colloctod   from  i/ation  of, assets      as  poi  ment   of  afluins    . . . *fS8,S02 10  Balance Available for dividi������nt of  14  j er c������*-nt       ot  liabilities  ol       ������8'>-  556 30 . .'. .  . . . o  $77,191 ,3J  We have Twelve Different  Styles in'This Celebrated  Make of Corset and, can  fit aiiy form - =  - - =  .$11,697  88  tractive ,whk1ow  facing on-Gat������crf  ^^y^^7fdfxt\Y^A 'description of the articles  '������',ffljb*fcc&)\fct*tpvni\ in lus advertisement ap-  I^:^if'p4Pn8'i*9, this I^S*-  C   A    CROSUlC  FIOUT   HAMILTON  r:u  ouESNKLLr  Tnsijectoi*'  $88,892 19       1 t������     ��������� $88 892 19  P   1)   llOR ' ���������������--',  A    E   LKES. -  "IV   MAX SON,  ir .     "       c"  Assignees1. r  \1    CURTIS SAlrtPSON,"  Chaiterert Accountant,  Victoria,  Auditor  CALGHT. COLD WHILE .HUNTING  A BURGLAR.  Mr. \V111    Thos     I^nor^an,   provincial  Constalilp *t Chaplcau, Ontario  s.ns    "I cau'jht a s<r,cre cold  while  'luntrns    a ���������, hurclar "in    tJhe     forest'  swamp last fall      Hearing of Cham-  oerlam's  Cough Reinedv,  I tnert   it,  and -jfler using two small bottles, I  ivas complet^lv, cured ''  This remedy  is intended rs ecirlh   for coughs and  colds    ,Jt Mill loosen ctntl ljjce   a  se cie cold  in less time than by any  othei    treatment'.anJ ls^a    fa\o.'te  where*, er its" superior   e%celli*nce'1ms  become l>nown. j    For sale by Lx^y  snntli Phaiiracy.   o :���������  STEEL PLANT IS TO        -    .  LOCATE AT TACOMA  . Tacama, April, 12 ���������A steel plant  cost 1115 $5,000,OCO and to give %em-  ji'oymcnt to 5,000 men will be built  at Tacoma AlfieU II. Mcrritt, of  Duluth, Minn , founder of the Duluth  Iron W01 s, and J O^iII Smith, of  Los Angeles, owner of mines 1 the  Lale "Surpcrior region will-"'jufc'i-,  bntc onc-foith of thc sum need.yl to  construct the Tacoma plant        1.  Fleniv ircwill,   jnj   olliei'Tacoma  capitalists  arc  also heavily interest  cd  ,  \ r,u!ioad^ will, Le built by, the  stvcl conipany to coal lands own ML1}  the company 'lhe plant will in- en,:,  pleleih within two years   *'!.     ^'   '  ������������J-A  TO'fCA"  5 Hooks���������Paris  Clasp���������Support*  " *   i      ���������*������������������  Attached  " The    -  . FAVOI 1TE  $$S$������������W,nw put up ,n fr0Jlt of  |Jf|f',jS?J54*RlayB windows,   aad  are" no  "^���������^^Jp-ea-'forp.the-sunny d<i\s  Akcnhead,    B  C   Peterson  c recently   hal  their dis  now  |j-repai-  t --iV  fe-f^Clias Petcison is oaring shoes   at  a'5a������i������rgain at his store on First,A\  s'l'-fiS'^.eniic, today and- Saturday      His ad  s������Qji,<Y���������rtisement quoting* puces appenrs in  ,/|this issue.-* s s  Sj^VMfrDa'vis'reports that he    expetts  the spoil  and    hav e  ^pitM'$t.9'< ^MnP'ete \ woik    on  jt^^^them ih order to turn o\er ^to   the  ^^,^ommittee. -u  On ,the 23rd of    tins  GOVERNMENT WILL  ROB GRAVIDYARD  Seattle, Wash., Apnl 12 ���������The Can  adian go\irnment is aware of the  fact that the, west coast of Vancouvei Island is a menace to ocean jn-  viL<aioii At once steps will Le talc-  en to pi event accident*, similar to  tha Valtni'iar wreck, and protection  h. s already Leen ofleied by the Ottawa go reinment. E" E. Blackwood  {K> sral < aqenL of the N P , at Vic-  t<,iia, and it V^cnt m, the city at  the Seattle hotel, gives the above 111-  foi mation.  'Since the recent investigation, the  fe'ieral authouties have made a pio-  p< sition to the provincial authouties  th it if a road is built along ti>e  L^st coast in lhe vicinity of the eii-  The committee who have charge of   P*r,slai '*��������� 1  anangements for thc Excelsior- Club.-*   %   " Shapes  Ball, on  April  27, have a few tick-,  ets left.     Those who wish to obtain  them may do so by applying to Mr.  B   Forcinvmer J  Opeii This .Evening  ���������     *"-  SrMtNLMSER&CQ t;tr!  ���������I  "*& i U ^j.^^1 1^  ,     ri  l< jh  1   ^     ^.  1 -  k'y Store will Be Closed  l'5  Try   us for Corset*  u   /  See the ad  of B   Weinrobe on page  tluee  Walters l Ahclihead  ing  groi-n-ls committee      Judging T^ ������ s������il-hoat& of the self-bailing v.i-  n ly    will  shortly    be sent to     the  ^^\z"qi&jit* reheat sxls, and enthusiasm dis-  wc,t coatt ln ihc vicmftv of the cn-  ts'p''^/^'playQ!l   by -.those engaged,in forwaid-  tl-s and thc&c Mill le  niaint������incd  at  Jfl?*-?*' ���������"������ inVvtiie" entertainment, thc aftau will  s ������n'e I)oint ���������'oon 10  be named  ^ i^.^bf^'Tvell     worth seeing     Up-to-<latc  .   ..���������iprogrammes,  posteis,  etc ,   will     lie  ^v> ^*>'?.,out shortly and  full  particulars gi\-  and Mont!  NOTICE  'NOTICE is hciehy gncn  that'I  intend to apply at the next sitting'ol  thc License Braid of the city of La-  dysnuth B C   for a transfer of the re-  tail  liquor .license now held  by  mc  Foi  the premises known as the New'  Western Hotel,   situated on Lot'  4,  Block 28, to John McnghinL    \  .atty     D  H   DAVIS.  Dated at Ladjsmith this 3*5th day of  " March, 190C.*   ' - i '   J"- ���������;-   ' ^  A. HOWE, of CHEMAINUS, has opened the MEAT-  MARKET lately   run   by,W. Ward, on Roberts stree  :\ WiTH OTL tiWf OfilRST CWSS MMSW  PORK, AND SAUFAQE.A SFECIAL1Y   :v .:  -; -    A Trial ������olicitd ;    >/  , -A.rHQWEf *% nioNB8o - _."   ,, ^  *v.  Tomorrow being A-hJlulay,;wcVw,ll cloier after, the houi of twelve'- ;   "  J  ���������A  \> sport  JVf-s/'Afrom'the clahoiate piei>arations,  fre  ^iS\$$J?*P������- before the play ta^s place  TION FOOTBALL.  incc ?;says: I There: was  ���������|ISM^^erM;pb^^ of the    season  ^^^^t^|re^^b^hle;::'Celtics/iyJf there  ii*^p^^^^any::-t)ne 'piarticular-r player of the  f^^|f;ti^M'll.t<*li'i;  l&MplCftl^^ was  recogni'/-  0mS&0$Mffl%$'&^n-enibers'��������� of 'the-.club and  ||SA5^������fi|s^';;;^jj';pqi^e^S;::i:^ l>y   the  II--^.:s^lpl<^Jn^C{'r-.mo-ny'-:-: which , took place  ^^!^-ifa|^|;S^c-ci-:i.l i'lr-.rct'n^.., of'/the .Vancou-  VM$h%Sfyejt?r(5^ y h^n Mr.  Ir'K&X:1*-;^ with     a  ^jfandspme  sold -loclfct   in   recpsnit ion  M3&'7\''i<if-.His J?-:;lcndi:l;vvork in  ffOAl.    which  ||S^^^als;riria'inl}v:ins'brdm^ in '-s-'ciiring  lSsSv^'';;:t!Ve;'.<iiip' .'for .th-o'elnh. -   "11 'prc-imlin^  W0f0^J}^Uie-licACt, "v-Jiic'i'is a   very 'h.-n Nome  SENT BACK.  \ancou\ei, Apnl 12���������Back to Seattle bv thc Rairona tins evening  vunt a horse with the glandeis. But  foi tihe notice taken by the authoii-  t.'pj here, the animal might have  ccue into the province and have  brrn the mear.s of spread ng'again  tl*3 disease that has been so costly  to local  horsemen.  The horse imported from *- Seattle  was a cross between a roan and a  bnv, nine years old. weighing 1300  l*o nds. It came on the Rarrona  last Thursday and it was the intention to take it to Bella Coola. Dr.  ri nd, thj local Dominion veterinary  uis sclor,' was temjo-anly out of the  city. Dr. Mooie, the Dominion vct-  eiinary .surgeon who has just return-  e'l from Ottawa, was called in He  loo' ed at the animal and said at  O'ife that it showed symptoms of  ulaiwlers. Thc test was apiilio'l, and  the leaction was in his opinion un-  mLMal-eahle. On that account the  aninuil could not pas-> the- customs,  anv'l jjfter a Few days' sojourn iri'thc  con all at the whatf here, it went  b.ic'-( from whence  it, came and undci  To arJvcfiise our Genuine AmsMcan 2 Bell repeating Mm Giocks  AT $1.60  See the puces m our windows m all diflerent kinds of clocks  REMEMBER  Saturday and Monday Only  B. FORCIMflER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE LADY^HITH  "Jsmxx-zssKazsm  \W4&M:.$'6ti'o.,'���������';?.riitl/wiis. designed especially  " '    ipMr^VB^F., Armstrong,  the' hope was  t-pi'^/vSv^expwsae'j..;,' that -..  tbe ,  veteran, .p'avor  P^:i);i^|^wpuM.;l>e  .sparse!   to  assist  the   club  l^^/^^in^^rhany: more    important matches  Si^'^v^next'^'se'ason.   .   .'  ;   ������������������  ^i-)^;;^c^Mr,{.'���������TVf'acfarlane-,mrd2 a fit-ting   rp-  l^&^'pliyrih^accepting.'   thi    pretty to'Ten.  )���������?<:&..��������� -pTlie.; locl^et ,.'hears the~ fOillowinK    |n.  ���������^V^^crip.^on':.-?.-:'-..-, ������������������'. ::.-' '���������'  li;^:;^J:':'^^s6uveri\r    of' the rCliarity     Clin  i instiiiftiony the coirall  is to be fully  fu mi-rated.  It i.s a bit hard on th������ importer,  liui-keeping out glanders is cheaper  ({an getting rid.bf.it after it   gels  in. ,. .  This  To-noRkow  being  GOOD FRIDAY  Store   Will,  Be  Closed  :    FOR SALE  Eggs fiom Pure Bred Stock K  '~    All Birds Trap Nested  No Inferior U'/ers Kept  Bailed, BufT and White Roc'is  Whi'e Wyandottes,k*\Vhite and Blown  Leghorns ,  $1 Per Setting  -     $6 Per Hundred  E   STEWART,  Bov 2������8 Ladysmith, B.C.  Every Eengtlx duaranteed  '   . >:_ ^ for  -;Dne.ycaf  FTijiJ Stock  Cotton, Rubber and Wire Wound  The Ladysmith Hardware Go. Ltd;  I ha\e just recencd a shipment of  Hills'  HighQrade  IMLISH 'TOBACCOS  and  GOARtllfS  i  at <he   DRUG STORE  For Easter We Have The  IPaas Egg Dye  5 Cents a Package  and Some Nice 5'rictly Fresh  U/. Q, fraser  Merchant Taiior  '      ,:     FIRST .A VEN.UE.-.      " -       ,    '     "    -   "���������'  Suit s,Made..to^Order to Fit and to ybiir  Satisfaction: Calhand see, Stock   .  NOTICE.  '������������������All-'those who wish to subscribe to  the-;'Co-Operative' store funds should  call, at the Checker Club Rooms on  S'atupday evening between the hours  ?if|nlK-:'ipirese.ntcid. to A. K, H. Macfar- ' of si's- and    jiine ��������� o'clacV,  when     the  trustees elected at the last. meeting  'will be roatly to  receive all.. subscriptions for stock. .-".' .'���������''.'  .'-. D.  GOURLAY,  Sec.    '  r . t-2     -  The Celtic Football, team of Vancouver, and the Garrison team, meet  at Oak May tomorrow in what    will  '..t^larie.;^  -o-r  .....ll^-^l^-w^W-csto 12.���������A.  J,  llllSli^iHillv^pom of- tliis  Sfx^Velty;^-.with^:'a-\fraTip:-of assistants,     is  5^:: .-^nsy-on the   immense 11. P.   Rithet  /;," r?nch at Port  G>uirh.rn surveying tho  ���������;������������������   territory< into  20-acre bloc's,    which  , ' ^ will ���������h'c-'o.'Tererl.to' thp public and   af-  -,";��������� fcttl ^s-mei'did on-nori>''riities for   t'los.--  A  I  R  i*e the l?st Victoria'foot-ball game of  ���������Who desire : to take up the avocation ; the season. Much interest is being  of farming^ .1 - taken;in the game in Victoria.  Tomorro.w,  Good-Pridiiy, .we will"?c'li:S3 at tv/el.;c'o'clock.  We Have on Hand  ;  To*d^iy and To=morrow  SALTED PP AND SAUSAC  Fre >sh fleats Alwaysoh hand ^  ON  la  3^  Ittrfn aiiwinwi  PannelI & Plaskett  \Ve should  like��������������������������� to  show; you    our  hu'tjc assortment of-������������������ .~v     :  :^,:WaSiFapfers'  Ranging  in.-price.'from .V'*.  ioc   Double koll and  Up  They- are the \-ery latest in Wall  aiid Ceiling Decorations.": Just from  the factory. Over ten thousand rolls  to choose from. AV'e also carry; a  lurge range,, of-���������     ,   ���������-..'.-���������.'".���������' '  yar������iiahe>, Varnish Stains,  ��������� ��������� Pfllhts, Oils, Brushes and-  Window Glass  In  fact   everything  to  Beautify   the  ���������I-lom'e, at���������  li: KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  RINGS  WATCHES  BOOKS  BROOCHES .  PICTURES  FOUNTAIN PENS  We will give you.the above articles if you  return us-  WHITE SWAN SOAP  WRAPPERS  B. C, SOAP  Plumbing and, Tinsmittiing  DONE  AT _  Reasonable Prfcts   By   J. ANDER&ON  I/eave ord������ra at' Peterson's  Fum -  *'ture Store, or telephonSiNo 53.  " Having ta'cen over thc bar-room of  the ai>o\e hotel, we intend to run a  first-class, up-to-date establishment,  and in soliciting thc *-%tronage of  oiu' friends and the public-in general,  we guarantee go<xl  treatment   to all.  R. Scott  A. Sn ith  Pioprietors.  y  '.  ' J ���������/.-  ^���������^vr'^-'.-1


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