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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Apr 16, 1906

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 1 .liiMJML ju -^^--u^u-ysacs  ' V-U������_������j_!_���������-_.  t-TX  -r i���������r ,sxr..r  ������������E������Tff������yy-i���������   'i-i-yTT "g^-f^-g  ,->^se'  AILY  ..Uiil^ATlVE  3 AssE*m#:^r:J'.,"]  APR- yft  K  - r/r*  STom  m  *--*���������<-;  VOL.,2  MONDAY, ���������, ,,  April  16,  ltJOC  PRICE FIVE CENTS  LADYSMITH LEADS  IN BASEBALLXEAQUE  Match   in Nanaimo   Ends Suddenly  After Several Unpleasant  "   Things Had Been Said  assize mi  FOR TRIAL  WM. K. il  ip im  [ "?3e--\a..-^J������>*  ���������9 -KS-'-tfESBK  T  III III NANAIMO  FfiGLFS Will  mmrnm _  weonIIdVy  f- ji? .'  -C .- *������ft-*^. v**SSfeSSP"  SUBSCRIBED WELL  FOR NEW STORE  Vancomir,     Apiil   1(5.���������A'    striking,    Word   was   receiwd   from-   Nanaimo On Wednesday evening   ncvt   the  fc-iture of tbe list for the coming eoilay to the effect that Mr. Wm. K.  May court'of criminal assize is thc Leighton, who has many friends in  comparatively small number of white tbis city as well as all over'the is-  ii.cn included    in it.   Chinese, Japan-  land,   i.s  \ciy  dangerously     ill,     and  . , .. (    ' -f-     ' C? 4.     *     ���������   At!St' am' l'*'''ttns are  tle������i������l*Mlly   in thc  according to tbe plnsicians' report   il  Intermediate   learn   oust ainea majority. te doubt im if h������ win re-WCr.  " * '*   '''"    '  '        There-is  only  one  woman  on     the i    Mr.   Leigbton  has  been  slightly ail-  list and she hardly needs introduction   inj*,    for  some    time,  ami  c n   Friday  It "is Mrs.  Jones, who i.s now, wi.Ui   last he  was  found  lyin^ r'n Uie floor  her claiicbter,  doing   time for  perjury   of his    ollice  at   the.  Opera     House  lt wil  |;o remembered that   Thomas J After bcin^ roi s^l, he  acted .str,iii^e-  Jac'.son,    Airs.    Jones'     scn-in-la.w,   ly for some    time,  in I  upon     being  First  " Their   Right to be Classed asMthe  Best Players After Har^tJ|irn^  won,  died  of poison.    At th>3 iiufuest, she: taken home grew rapidly woiss. Last  team',*11"1 ������������������*-'���������' thuinlitcr swore that a   man {evening  his  reco'.ory   was     dispaired  going by the     name of Fisher ' was,of.  rs.  Alter    the     first    league baseball  at ������ny rate,' thc First  team  game in the series, Ladysmith leads, and proved    that ilie Se'itnd  May wc-tc able to say as much   at- ]was. tw-elll'g in  too Tart company. I ^ -^,  ^^ ATZ\,mnZ I  tier the last game. Up  to half time, the- score- was even,  ^l(t ((i  ,e iej_Uy hcr  S(m IIias .lierad_ Mlgs r^tTON  ABANDONS TRIP.  Yesterday  in Nanaimo,   the     local  2 goals each, but alter that, training ' ing under a false name to cover   up  nine and the Nanuimoitcs, had a UL- bc_an    to tell     aad.-tbe First *Wn ! a pas! record, the women were found  tie friction     near Uio close of' /the  walked awaf with  the-ball and   the.  S*"1!* of perjury,  seventh innings, and as a result, Na-score.     , '        ,,-.,.,> ' ���������*"���������  Los An-eks, April 10.���������Miss Alay  Stit'.on announced today that sIib  would not go to England to defend  her title as the champion .woman  teiuiis player of England on account  of t'ie large cvpiensc involved, lt is  ���������:<>.< si :b (hat her expenses may be  three times     befoie    awarding    thc 'condition  to   "nicet^the. Westminster, j*������ 'aSItk?-     Before  the poisoning    of I defrayed   by  public .subscription,     in  naimo refused to continue U.e game, j   \t -was,a .good, practice game,   for  despite the^ fact that the referee call- the  First team,  and should help    a  ihe charge against Mrs. Jcnes in  tbe pmsent instance is also pretty  well  known.     The.case was   up    at  ed upon'the    players to "nlay ball" j whole   Iqt in'getting them in better ,t-:e ,ast assize,, jjtit  the jury   failed  (Trustees Received   Subscription   on  Saturday Night From Those in  Favor of Establishing Store  Eagles are giving an entertainment !  which promises to be most success-1  ful. They hav*2 talcn much pains j  with  the details of ,the  affair,     and'   A - _ . ~~     ���������  have in.iutions out today, me ,u-s Another Meeting Will be   Held Soon  vitntirns speak for themselves. Tbey'f  are printed on brown .paper, such as ',  is  used   in    butcher shops,  and     tho ���������  wording   is   in every  s-mteiire  origin- .  al.     For  the  benefit of those     who  ha'.e not  been at thc postollice     to- '  day,  the  wording  of    thj  invitation  i.s produced below:  L1BERTA    WAIIRI1EIT  CiEUTEZE  AKQUALITAS  MR    If you value your life; if you ever ,il1 the Checker Rooms for the pur-  wish to see your family and mends ' pose of receiving sul.s:riptions for  aeoin,     do    not    fail  to  obey  these ! rA;ital   stee'e   of  the   proposad store.  \   While tbe amount subscribed is not  When Initial Steps Toward Starting Business Will Be Taken  On  Saturday  evening    the trustees   raised   to assure tlie starting  of    a  elected at the  lost, meeting held     by Ico-opcrathe    store     in     Ladysmith.  those desiious of slatting a co-ope.r- (,,    ..        ....       -,.',.,   . * ,  ������ *       Further de-tails will likely-be   forth-  ativev store, in    Liulysmith,  Hess is. I        ... . .. ,,'  ���������,   , - coming at    tbe  next public meetin-,*-;  llawes,  AlcRae and    McMurtrie,  met  ''hi  -������������������Ml  game to Ladysmith. His decision,  however ilklnot male any difference,  as Ladysmith-was one run to the  good; the score standing 7���������C.  It was in thc sixth inning that  tlie locals fell down, and Nanaimo  came in. for live runs, tieing the,  score. With Ladys'inith to J>at, the  seventh commenced, and Clarke was  re.st>ing on .first when1 Muir made con  ne:tions and started for ,first. He  was  not soon enough,  howcer,  and  was put out. - In attempting to  ma'e a double play, aiid eaten  Clarke Letwcen first and second, the  Nanaimo second baseman got excited  , and  thought  he had  driven     Clacle  bunch again -on Friday next iir Now  Westminster. They.were in better  xomdition and, training, when the two  teams met here on Friday last,-and  if they i Keep.-busy .and get a little  better combination in their forward  li������e, there is no ^reason, why ,j_they  should not secure, a win in tlie-Royal City;   - ,  , /     "...  There was some, talk of chartcrino  a launch,to take the "boysioimI ihoir  supporters    across      to    Vancouver,  not, as the Nanaimo man refused to play unless Clark was declared out.     The latter in the meantime  three calls by the umpire, Mr  llardy, the' game was declared off."  Ladysmith having; twenty minvntes  in which to catch tlie train. Unless  a protest is lodged and sustained,  Ladysmith' will have a win Mo her  credit in the League.  and there transfer .to cars. How-  ever? this project will likely he abandoned, and the team will proipibly  go by regular boat'. \ ��������� ' ,.���������  Regarding" tlie chances' of U������e game  off thc basiline,  wl������reas Clarl e and hoing won by the locals,  there    are  Uie referee said, that he had not. an ki'irls-of' reports'.'" "Some'say the . !X' AliLa'a 's charged  The referee's derision should have Westminster team"���������wHP'win by ' rca- in.".a (e,|ow-H������brew nfl  lieen  enouj.li,. but it  evidently     was  ami "iiavhi^'a rtwnge'e^am'ihaVi   1,-UmiC!i  Yeo is awaiting   tr af   on  they bWhV over?   the last reason   l f cl,arec of crinwnal .mischief.  The  ed out.     The latter in the meantime  s,)<v,id not  inahe % ^y   differejiee as ,i}l,eSa1'������n 1S that, being angry at   a  had     reached    home,     and tlie home -'\lie loCab' W-U :^so raa- c f������-  coupIc ,jady of Uic restricted    district,     he  team refusing to  take tlie field after tof   chamoes". "' ' A������     tor/the^groimds   wt-,a 1Ilto. her warhrobe. and   s'ashert  J* well, 'we'willr'hcar-lmote'.about them' a fow '"������������������'���������'I'-wl dollars worth of hcr  after ton ght.aif reports> true. It &������;vns "������-iac'-ets into lilfcons.  is said 'that- at*the ballo.n asceu- ; . ������e-������'-St*la is charged with per-  si������u at lUair'&Ailam's store- V J,1I'-V ,n a" Alcit Bay IlM,ian ������*lll'ic'-  night, which is advertised 'elsewhere,. c'lSe' lho sUu>' is t,Iat- hc tric<l-  the captain of-the eleven'-and "an- ^ lns ^ ���������������������������������������, f������ fasten the crime  other'wilfpit-liistraws to see who of ,m:r,lcr on Uvo b0>'s' wbereas ,l  A fairly good crowd witnessed the- suan volunteer an ascent for the pur- was rro.-en afterwards that they had  match yesterday, and it is to0 ^batd I\ MSe ot seeing, just" what ' kind. ' of no*,,'nK to do with the cnime.  for. tiic K-ocd of the game and those |grouni.*s the bd'ys "from, the Fraser'' Sneck Fo������ is a Chinaman. He was  which    arc to   come, that   anything 'ha.e        Tlie results of the observa-  '������,ok-!'-cc. cr  for  the"Man On     Com-  dnc'son, Mrs. .lines, was out t)n '. p,\i \ v, hich ca-^c Vviviss Rut ton would pro-  hut after that affair, the young man bo.'.ly consent to go.  who was one of the bondsmen, got  rid of his property and was no longer qualified as a surety. Shc.isac-  used of stealing a receipt. Thc allegation is that Capt. "Sprague called to collect money due. She, it is  depofoil," simulated a clesiie to ' pay  and had Capt. Spraguc make out a  leceipt. She , then, it is claimed,  gialbert lhe receipt and refused to  part with either it or. the  money.  In Rex vs.  Kurtz, the defendant is  tl.e young man   that  figured  in     the  Kedfern diamond robjbery case m Vic  loii.x.     'lhe charge in   this   instance  is^ stealing a  bicycle.  A.  Aiita'a is charged  with assault  ;imed     Brown,  witl  commands,  * YEA!  YEA!  YEA!  uii-.leascnt arose? The locals, tboigh,  sav-it was not their fault, anil-hat  it is up to the other fellows to  sc | u a re themselves with the public  vvlio paid forty dollars to sec -the  game.  The next match of  lhe series   will  take - place here on Saturday, 21st _.  when Lad} smith and Duncan meet.  FOOTBALL  Yesterday it was clearly^ demonstrated by the First, or Michie's intermediate team that they can play-  football better than some others  who thin'v they know a few points  which  the First team has not    yet  tion-will be awaited    with - interest  '-anr-     When  We  time  for New Year  by the members of-the team.    . ^Ulements came' around Sbeck   Foo  *0 ��������� ,could     not produce v the company's  boo^s, which were in his charge. He  [is- now accused  of-stealing them.  Michael  Ruziiiski,  a Pole,   was sent  HANG AND  T}f\ A CT MpPPOF^'up"from  the Real-police court on a  t\\J/\^ 1    lTlCVXiy*-'.l-'-J Chart,e of carving William Mottishaw  ot the CloUtctn C.ate   hotel,    with    a  Irufe.  Springfield,   Mo.,'  April   3 3.   ��������� A      ]*<.  Okavva,    a  Japanese,  originally  inob  of   300 men tonight   took Hor arrostrcl  as  a  \aga!.ond," was   after-  ace Duncan    and     John      CopeUm!*^ wards committed    on    a charge     of  r. arocs if' i. tho -county jail      ������  -L stealing a bicycle  fiom  W.  J.     Aax-  them   to   thc (Jotless       of  nand.  Liberty on the courthouse .iiul i������i".l  j    Ko'-aiuis  is  the Indian,  also    from  a fire under, roasting, the bodies. The   Alert lUy,  who   is  charged  with tak-  mon   were   chargwl   with    .������-3������:l'. inn    m-j; unto    himself    a wife and     four  developed        Some    daim'that     the'Mabel Edwards, ' but- it is   Prob?blv; children,   while  he had  a  wife    with  score was fi-5 and others 6-1,   but   fhat thoy were innocent.       . . eight children,    from    whom    he had   *  ' -��������� *    -���������        ��������� ��������� -  not .been   divorced,   still  living.    His  scionrt mariiage allegedly took place  at the big potlatcb just concluded  at Alert Bav.  HOSPITAL MEETING.  IK CUMBERLAND  The���������hospital   mooting   anil  election  of oificors   was held   in the   city hall  last, Satuivltiy    president '    Abrams  in  the chair.     Tho minutes,  treasurer's   and auditor's reports were road  showing iho institution   in a   flourish  ing condition.      'J he election of   olli-  cors then took place,   with Rev.   Mr.  Hall  in  tho- chair.  -  President���������Mr.  Abrams.  Vice-president���������1.,  A- Mouncp.  Secretary��������� F.  Dulby.  Treasurer���������j\ ��������� L.   Roe.,  Hoard    of Directors���������A.  McKiiig-bt,  Dr.    'Gillespie,    T.'Bennett,  M.  Mag--  none,    .1.    "Weir.   -..' f!  'Vhe president then invited reiuaikis  nnd^Mr. l'ati iclge mentioned that  Saturday night was ��������� inconvenient  for business men or there wojUI  have-^bti'ii a -"larger me<>tiug, , tand  mo\od that Tui-sday night be ad-,  opted- 'Mr. White? moved in -am-  endm'ont that Monday night next Mr. T. R.' Stockett, Alanago- oi  1)0 clios-m. The amendment carried I the Western, pueL Company, gave  Ar.ote of thanks was passed to tho ' the officials of the mines a banquet  Wellington Colliery Company for at the Windsor hotel last evening*  free coal to auditors, physicians I About thirty sat dovwi to a splen-  and outgoing- ilhtors, and then tho >did repast provided by Mine Host  meeting adjourned. It lmri i>eoti ox-: Pox and after the sood tliiniis bad  jicctc^d      Ibat     tho  On .Wednesday-night, April 18, at Shen out for P*'hlication, the trus-  2l>:30 o'cloc'i sharp you must tappear^ tees state that sufficient money was  at the Eagles' Hall, tbe occasion .be- j -^r^r=^r==r===^=^rr=-r^rfr^==n==:  ing the second anniversary of th? 1  Ladysmith Aerie, No. 686, to par- |  take, of the good things of this earth.  Cgine before the hour to bc sure you  arc not- a minute late", er beware  of the' vemgeancc of him supreme.  ���������GRAND  EXECUTIONER.  which will  be about the 25th of this  month,  although no definite airange--  ments     for     another meeting    were  made at  thV last" gathering,  it being ,  understood that an  adjournment was  taken until  the call of the secretary.  '-*-;  ���������.������������������*> i  NANAIMO NEWS NOTES  PROGRAMME.    *  Following is the   programme of "he.  Wallace    Street        church    entcrtain-  Guests    are     cautioned not ,to   eat.;tncnt to b0  g^v(in on Monday   even-  any thing 12 hours previous.     - I ing next:  Mr. B. Forcimmer will present dnr-      chorous-Ohildren.  ing  the c-.cning a  pair  oi  vases     to       -,nstrumental'    duett-Miss.  the lady who comas nearest the Co    [and Mrs.   vipond. -  rcct number as to how  many beans j    Itet.ltfttion_-Mis.s. .Leask.  are contained in a jar which will* re  on exhibition     during the entertain ���������  mint. ,  The vases to be pressnted may be  se:n tonight in Mr. Fovcimmer's  window,   v  __ 0 '  MINJB^OFFICIALS  BANQUETED  .  Solo���������Mr. Letcher.  Tiistrunicntal���������Mis"., Watson.  Recitation���������Children.  Quartette���������Mcms: n Letcher,  Dobcson  and   Da\ison.  i^olo���������Miss. Locke.  Recitation���������-Mr.   Sedgevvick.  Chorous���������Children. , .  It had been   ox-J Pox and after  the  good  things  Tlistrict would \ been  done  full  justice  to,   a l-'vo-  this  jear     be     represented     by  one I gramme  of   songs, speeches,        ot-;.,  or more directors     from  the    Valley, i was  gone   through, the    Manager's  but     there     \yere     no     nominations ��������� guests  spending  a most    enjoyable  from there.���������Cunibei land- News.               few hours.  DISASTER ON U. S.  '    WARSHIP KEARSARGE  BOYS PRANK  COSTS 3 LIVES  COMMITS  SUICIDE  Chicago, April 14,���������During a panic  following a prankish cry of-'-liio '  by u lW tonight while 400 persons were .participating, in blaster  evening services at St,. /. Ludmilas  Roman Catholic Church, - Twent>-  'fourth' street, and Albany avenue.  Emily Ho.tkn, Lillie^Gunaw. nu'-J  Rarbaram iloerkanik, the child oi  Mrs, KiVte Kant i;i were kill -��������� I  and a score of ���������������������������ner persons ...Injured, several seriously. 'I here wi;s  no fire. Father Farnik'vvas ofiY'riug  prayer when one of the crowd of  boys outside t'ho church pushed open the front door and shouted "lire'���������'.  Seeing the serious effect his words  had on thc congregation, the boy  ran away'.. The pastor and ush.ii?,  vainly endeavoted to quiet the congregation 'explaining, that there, was  no dan gar and those who had no  fear were trampled on 'by those v* ��������� ,<  were frightened.  WALTER  SCOTT RELEASED  Los Angeles, Cal., April 16.��������� Walter 'Scott.-returned here tonight from  San Beriiia.rdino, where be was rcleasi  Mount Trolly, X...T.. April L4��������� Geo.  R Young, who, it is said, was  wantcxi' ib'^'St. /Louis for embe-^le-  ment--'committed suicide here    today.  FORCED DOWIE  TO LISTEN  strongest  oe on  owned by America, has been fo:  \vo,'ks engaged in the most. seven*  dulls in the waters of tho Cariibb-  eab Sea ' cuhniuating in a qnar-  cerly  target     practice.       This    piac-  Cbicugo,    April    4.��������� Today   a  summons, which   a   deputy sheriff    vainiy  He was  55 years  of age.       .Young 'attempted   to      serve   ' lupon  .Dowic  was  a  cashier,    of ���������:��������� the Postal   tele-. wlion  he arrived   in  this   city,     was  gvapli   Co   in St. Louis,, .and   it   is. i-oad     to  him   in  bis  rooms    at    tlu,  alleged, he  fled "from   the  city     .last ��������� sudit'orum   by      Deputy   Sherifl'     Wil-   charge  of   powder   was   ignited.  January    after embezzling   funds   of'son.     Deputies    Horonc   and   Wilson ' cliargc .of   powder   in   the   other  j visited  tho-hotel      and    after    tn,,,. | just below,   and   one section       inwdy  'i'be  Washington,  'd.C,   "April   lt���������The .The   Atlantic  fleet,   the  navy department,    has received  woid , "^tlI1S'  "������-'*���������   that  has  ever  of    a .serious accident  , on Oie bactJe  fahip rCeaff-arge,     while she  was     engaged   in   target,   practice     yosteriUy  ut  Culcbra.     An explosion    occur-*id I  in   one   of   tbe   lorvvard   turrets.       as  the. powiler   was  being     taken    d,)������v*n  and Lt.  John Al.   Uiulgins     and   live  men were   killed.     One oflicer and   a  iiuiubcrof      men   were  sliglitlj     mjw.--  ed.  Tbooflieial account of the disas-.  'ter--is''contained in thc ��������� following ���������  cable from Admiral Evans at Clain-  aniera,  datod--Apr.il   1-1. ,;   k'Socretary Navy, Washington,    ;  ���������������������������On April*'13,'about 3'-15 p.-m.  .shortly after 'competition target  practice of IrCearsnrgo forward turret,  while the power was going belovv-  tbrce sections     of     a  thirteen   .iiicii  A  ii';.  the . Company.'  11,000 MINERS  ARE ON STRIKE  ���������Wheeling;' We'stVa., April 14���������Tbe  -United Mine,: Workers convention of  sub-district number -live met here  today -to receive the answer oi  the operators to demand" for tlm  11)03 scale made upon thorn yesterday  The answer was a flat refusal to  grant the demands; and instead an  oiler to arbitrate on the lines pro  posed by John H:' Winder, was pro  sonled.     This  the miners  would  not  then  Mr. Thomas O'Connell, jr., accountant n the Nanaimo branch ol;  thc Royii/ Rank oi Canada has.sfivr  en notice oi resignation to the buiii-  which will take effect in about"a  month from now, when he will  leave Nanaimo as a membor oi  one of the Dominion government sui  \<>y parties ��������� appointed to mai"k on,  the boundary line between Alaska  and Canada.  Iir. O'Connell is anold resident ol  Xanaimo and hos been connected  with the Royal Bank for quite a  number of years having risen fron-  the position of messenger to hi.  present responsible office and ha.������  not only enjoyed the confidence of the  Hank officials, tiut the esteem ami  friendship of the patrons. Outside  his connection with tho bank atsi-  he has beon one of Nanaimo's besi  known and most popular youns  men and be ji-ill take up his new  work        with the   best        wishes  of  a   ve-ry   lurgc   number   of     people  in   ."xanaiitio.  ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ���������������������������  A committee of the Uod and '.lun  club were busy yesterday afternoon  buttonholing new members for the  club. ' As the result of their da/'.*-  labor about sixty new membois  were added to their already 1 onioned.  Scores   of   children    ' are    enjoying  themselves  everv  day   and     ever.ini;  up  near   the     E.   and    N. '   station.*  where    thc merry go round ,,is whirl  ing and circling  to  thc      music     'bi  a calliope,     lhe horses are   locking  i  Smith ;and   the  coaches     that   are     drawn  by wooden horses all tend lu  cause the children' to' think it is  a great entertainment, and it is,  even the grown tips are in evidence,  and ' with ' a "have to do it, to  ���������Tone*--- taVe care of Johnnie" nnd the father  mounts ������. pony. by Johnnie's side  and enjoys it" just about as much  Meantime, Susie* " must ride; in ihe  coach and mother gets' in to takes  care of her, and is fair- enough to.  ���������idtnit that she enjoys it. * it-ris-.a  great "���������game for children to play.  ft-only costs,' a nickle a, rido.and  ilie' children will enjoy it all - of  next week. '  RTFLF- ST700T.  The leaults ol   lhe Rifle bboot   yesterday were a*a follows*  "Najue 200   000    COO Ti.  W." Wadding ton   .   .   .31    M    tSO-dl  ������ice was just al������out concluded with  most satisfactory results and .'<.  was confidentially expected at the  department on the basis of preliminary  reports     received    that    all  recoids   would  be      broken     m     the for THE- HOSPITAL.  matter   of  rapid firing and  'officio-.-.      The     proprietor-of      the merry-go-  i-j   of the   gunners,   b'.t   to U'.y,    jvist   round now  in. operation   near       LLo  at  -the  close  ol the week's        wmv   ii    umlK.   railway   station     desire:  at   the department      came    a ��������� cable   tbe Herald  to      make  a proposition  g'ram  from      Rear   Admiral    !.VanS.    that   if   il   can   be. taken    advantage  the 'commanding  chief    of   the       Al-   oi,      will   result   in  netting     a     nue  Tantic  fleet,      telling    oi   a .. l.eadful   sum of  money  for  thc hospital.  The  accident  on   one   of his  ships.-      the   proprietor,   Air.      Kent   of  ' Victor-.-',  Kearsarge.     .The  news  came       fron.',  slates   that next Saturday-and even  the    Ciamenaria'   a little-cable star-   iny  he   will  be   vary  glad      if        the  von  at   the  mouth     of    Gunnta:i . ***\  hospital  comiiuttco   will   furnish        a  bay,     stating     that  the     Kcarsargi.-.| committee  of ladies    to    .sell    tickets  herself ,had  arrived   at  that      pUv:������i ? on' the'    grounds     for   the  Merry-go  Ur  .  O'Rrian     .   ...30  ,30  2G���������b6  U.  Adam      31  2������  iy���������-'.>  At  AlcNoil      24  2S  21- 7J  A.  Kscott      ...-'25  22  2J--7-I  1C.  Jones      ..-22  1<J  25- oG  C.  Graham     2(i  18  17-cj;  b:.  H.   CSough   ...  ...'.25  15  Id���������:>1  1".  Oraham      ....25  18  3���������il'.  The next shoot  takes    place       ovi  3atui*day,   April   21st, and on/fhuirf  day, the   PJth inst.,    these will be  a  practice shoot. -   ������   London, Apoil 14.���������J abez ' Spencer  Ralfour formerly a financial magnate and a" member of parliament  who was sentenced to l't ye-.*r*.  in prison in 18<J5 for extensive  frauds in connection with 'be  Lands Allotment Company and th������-  House Land In vestment Liberator  gr<*-up of companies, was released today from the 1-arkhurst prison lithe Isle of Sv'ight. The case oi  Jabez Balfour caused a great d<".<!  of interest. He is a man of go" I  education and pleasant' manners ami  succeeding in .swindling thousands  of people, Especially persons belonging to the poorer and- middle classes  it was estimated "that' these lost  about"   $30,000,000. - ���������;  A slight 'telegraphic error requiring  the'consumption of some time to  effect  tho.  reception   of. the     message  hie  entered   tbe    Dowio    ante- room ' tho    38-   inch  remained   intact.  Tho  followers  of ' Dowio    endeavored  j cause    is   not  ycr   detormined        and  to  have  the writ   served  upon   Dow-, the  matter   is  being  investigated.  . ,'      .. .    .    T. ,,,., , ..-, v���������i       losenh    W    Crabamc,   gun -added  to the  anxiety of the oflieial.-.  le s  attorneys,    but   Deputy     Wilson lj-eut.   -.losipn    *������ ���������   *-' "  '- ���������-> .    ���������  declined   to   do  this.     The   large ������������������oi-'' umpire  has been     sent   to the Mary-  ored man    who  serves  as a personal.' land   h'ospitul     in_    a     very   critiral  guard for    Dowie     told    Wilson      to j condition   about     9 p.m..   The     fo -  leave tbe     room and moved   as if to   lowing have  since  died:  put  him out  Tbe Deputy drew  A  re  volver  and said   that he proposed to  serve  the     summons and  would   not  leave .until he  had   clone so.  lie was   then .admitted    to  Dowio'~  LIEUT.  LLITRO'INS,  third   officer.  P.  NORBERO.  gunners mate  THKO.   NAKGELY,  siwuan.  -  ANTONIO  THORSON,   ordinary.  AVashington,    April    PL���������Two .wars  ed from jail  today on  habeas  corpus   accede     to.     The  operators  proceedings.       Tie resuped his     role . withdrew    and a strike    was declnv  with his theatrical company. ed.     11,000  miners are  affected.  room   and   read      the summons       <o   ago,   today,      later  than   the.  which    Dowie  listened    without     re- j Missouri   disaster.      nnd   on   a  fatal  F implying.    The .summons is  in a    civil   to     a  day,      later  than     the    fatal  suit   brought    against    Dowie for ' sis  men   wore  killed   in   'bo    forward  $500 by  a  local alienist. ' turret     of     tbe battleship Kearsan-o   o   by  one   of  tb.osp-  accidents...which  ac-  Mr. and Mrs. B. Mason, are in the q������'re additional terror for ^������c-c"'es  city from Vancouver, having arrived because of their obscure origin' and  Saturday evening on the Joan.   .       almost impossibility of     preventing.  as soon as they-had made out the  entire fact that a serious accident  bad occurred.  Immediately on receipt of the cable  gram, acting secretary of tbe Navy,  Newberry carried- it to the P-resideu-  at the White House, and was authorized to send an expression of  sympathy    to    Admiral Evans.  The Koarsarge is regarded as one  of the best battleships in the American fleet. She is commanded by  Capt. Winslow, "is'of 11.520 tons,  displacement of 375 feet in length  72  feet   in    breadth and  draught   -with       a speed   of  round. 3lr. Kent and his assistants  will rim the plant, the ladies v,ill  handle- all tlie money. The actual  cost of running the plant will o^  about one-half ot the receipts if  it is kept busy. 1-n other wo.'d*-'  one half of the entire receipts iov,  the  day and  evening     will bc   given  The Band regret having bad to. postpone their Sunday Concert yesterda?  on account of the unsettled state of  the weather, and the unavoidable  absence of some of their members.;   '  Tliey will  give a conectt  on Tues-,  day evening, the  17th inst., (weather  permitting)-,  at Blair & Adam's corner, starting at .6-o'clock- sharp.  ��������� ���������o- ���������  One week from    tonight,    Mo'iida.-,.  April 23rd, the play to  lie Rivtn   by  the   ' Ladysmith    Amateur  Dramatic'  Club will   ta^e place.. Th? cast   -is.  made "up  of  local   players,  and     Ibc  to the hospital, the other half going !pro.c0e(is are to go. tovvr.rds the  to the proprietor for expenses. lr 'sport grounds fund. There should  there is- a good turn out ������30 j ^c nQ einj,|y seats. Posters an-  or ������40,  and  perhaps more may      bc'; nouncinir the cast ave   out today;  realized for the hospital. The Herald will, be very glad to publish  anything from, the Hospital committee or those interested in j>r->-  viding funds for thc same in con-,  nt-;tion with the suggestion as a  23 feetibove. Could not the city band bc  speed   hit crested   in  tho matter     if.it     ' is  -������   of 1G.82 knots     and battery   of   22 '.hougnt best  to  take advantage     oi  guns, four inches. Mr. Kent's   proposition.  AT THE ABBOTSFORD.  T. F. Lewis, Montreal.  W.' IT. Donaldson,  Seattle.  R. E. Grant, Nebraska.  R.  C. Thomas,  California.  T.  W.  Bennett,  Spokane,  M.  Ross, Vancouver.  Mrs.  A. Shuttleworth, Victoria.  Miss A. Smith, Victoria. ,  ���������JM  -rSI I'AItY    LEDGE'  THE DAILY LEDGER  f-ablished   every day except Sunday.  B*        THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION ?RICE  advance.     Advertising rates on ap  plication.  PAINTING   AND   PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done   TEAM HEATED  W l*:i.I. FURNISH    ROOMS  BAR SUPPLIED WITH, HZ. T  WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Orders  Promptly   Executed  MONDAY,  Apnl 10,  1900  MATTEUGI'S STORY  OF THE  ERUPTION  Naples, April L-l.--Alter a htud  .. rido on hoiseback up the side Oi  tho mountain, tine Associated piv.ss  l-ejjresentaUiu today succeeded ie  reaching the highest habitable spot  on Vesuvius where L'rofessor Alat-  teuei, director ol tho JUoyal ob>e:-  "\atoi-.v, courugeoiisly bus held his  post throughout tlie 'eruption. I'lu  noted seientjsl was, found to be com  pan Lively calm, and undisturbed b.\  lus recent leaii'ul experience. t*'oi  three days 1'io-fessor iratteuoi and  his little 'band were cut' oil lru.n  tlie   outside   world. Their    pro vis  ions   ran low  and  the  rations     con  fisted  of  cheese,   biead    and      dri ��������� i  onions,     until  professor     Mattouei's  ' j urgent  telegraphic appeals led ������ von  turesouio  guide   to push   Ihrougn.    on  '. Fiiday with    a  stock of supplies foi  their  reliei.     Meantime the pioles-^oi  had  kept  at his  instruments,   taking  - observations     and making    ealculai  ions   day  and  night   while   a  period  mferiio   raged  around   him-     As    he  -tame   forward   to      greet, the cories-  pondent his   blackened   face and dus'  covered clothes     told     of the ordeal  s through which he  had  passed      [Mo  1 fessor     JUatteuci     was    asked        to  tell   in  his   own  way   the  story       of  the cataclysm   from   thc outset.     in.  readily  consented    to  do  so,  and    in  good   l'Yench   gave   the   detailed   narrative:  "I ritst noticed Mount Vesuviu-  givmg unusual signs about a month  ago ,whcn lave began to ovcrllow,  "taking a southwest dnection Tn,>-  gradually increased as,several small  -la\e streams formed   into one   niej.  V- H ������  ', current.     The ien.1 clangor  began   the  middle-of  last    weel.    Then    an    en  jiormou.s stream of lava   came   fior  ;-. the summit.,und  other sneams whiol  burst   fiom the lower stiata   Thiou  . ghout    the lava discharge    the   jo'  cano   was    comparitively    quiet  ' without  electric  phenomena  or      e**c-  ...jplosions.      The  only    ominous     sign  f!nii4iss==!*l'l-'was   *'no  advancing   wa\e     ol      law  \, _', and   the  cindeis      forming*    an   eno>  mous  cloud.,  in  the shape of   a pine  tree ^ over   the  crater.      Our     rcnll.v  terrible period  came       at 'J    o'clock  "Sunday morning,    and lasted      until  "8 "a in.     Thc mountain,  which hitherto had  been   quiet  suddenly        g-ave  ' out  a   deafening roar   and   a   great  "re'nt^was  made   in  its    cone        Hugo  rocks weie huiled skyward, some   oi  rthem     fell      neat*  the     observato-y,  "threatening    to   crush     in  the      --oof  but most    of them   fell   outside     1he  observatory    zone.     There     was     no  scoria in the   first      discharge,      hut  solid-like   stones  which     cut the >nof  'and damaged  the   windows. i  Professor    Mattoun' continued, '��������� Vt j  midnight on   Saturdav T  ordered  Ih.'  women   and  childrr-n   To  he   removed  S^ROEDDING  -   LADYSMITH  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sile  SEfc  J    KEMP.   OR LEAVE    ORDERS  WITH  - W. CARTER,-  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  A.J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor  LADYSMITH, B.f  New ly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  riRST  AVENUE  PHONE      6 V  NOTICE  LADYS.Ylim   WVTfit*  WO IKS  Consumers are requested to call  at   the office     on   Itobrrts   Street  n  ,iay Water     Rates,  between the  10th    and  the 2.">th of i\<rh m-'.th.  Office Hours I P. M, 4 3 J  I. 1 BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  PORTLRND HOTEL  DAVID 11YNES, Proprietor.  Psquimait   & Nanaimo Railway  Time Tabic No. 51  Traius ieare ������^-yiniith for Victoria and  all   interrne.liale stations "at '  9.10 a.m. dally,   and at 4.00 p.m. on   Wednesdays,     fcawrdays   and   Sundays. r  Trains Wve" ladysmith for Wellington  and  all  intermediatestations  am. d������ny,, and at 6.00 p.m.-on  Wednt days,   Saturdays-    and  ni   11.5/  Sundays,  Excilrsion'Tickets  Board at reasonable"  Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked  This Hotel  has  been completely       renovated.  Board aid lodging $1.00 per day.  JOHN TPA, Proprietor  :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Bar  Supplied with  the Best   Wines, jBt Avenue  Liquors and Cigars.  Best accommodation (or   transient  ind permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel  has been comlort-  aMy furnished  and  the bar is up-to-'  <i������+p      Rates  $1.00- a day    and     wp  w**������rds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Pio������.  ������->������U*������**l*   -* '���������* ���������*���������: ������������������" f.*dV������nj|tV-,  vt**������  ������ ��������� * '  rrt\   ,TtTf? rrttf������Ttt*t rtttt*H'  LAC/SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,     ORGANS    ANDHOUSEflOLD     i*uKNITUR'  ED PROMPTLY A ND  SAFELY.  ilOV  Stables in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave ordtrs at  th<  G   . A. J. WASKET, PROP     '*  t44^4^4-4-4-4-44-++44-^-r + 4- + +Jr4-444~4-++4-4-4-4-+4~4-4-444- + * ��������� *,���������*��������������������������� ������  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK���������  0  .      and  ���������WIT1TE   LABOR���������  Employed Only  OI  -5 * h ���������  r-r  -  J*A      -    "J"  t  ���������ts-'*'-  ,y  That  was  just   before  the    lam  hug-e  stones   bewail      and'   1 '���������*���������";������  thiai left with rrolessoi Potter, of  .New York, my Ameiaan assistant  anil two domestics. There was Mai'  eely any eating anrl all donusiii, oj-  dei    was  abandoned. Througho-it  Sunday  enormous   solid  blocks        ot  stone     rose     to     a  height   of     -50  feet   fiom   the  ci ater,      while     ashes  and  sand   were  thrown  much  highei,  but   towards  Jtonday     ihe      terrible  shocks   of   earthquake   had     gradually  diminished.     One   of the       woisl  featuies of the   eruption was the_ unusual   extent      of   the    electric  phen-  omena,   tho darkness   being     .broken  bjr   'vnid flashes of  lightning _giving  tlie     sky   a   blood  like  color      with  shoi t goavy  peals     ot  thunder  interposed.      Phesj   .vi/iivius   vli-c        ter-  ulile,    very    ternble,      yes,    a    \en-  taljle hell "'  Oonceinmg    Mount    Vesuvius 111  the futuie, JYof MatLeuci said. "J  am tumble to tell with any debtee  01 ceitamty 1 sniceily hope that  thjs eiuptiou is oser, but we can  uot tell whether another eruption  may not come during the neKt mm  ute. Howe\er, nil my indications  point to a pei iod of calm 'for the  next few d.iy-, and thereioie am  hopeful. lint T was hopelul last  uig-ht althougli sei ious explosion  occiured at ten o'llock in the e\ c*n  nig   without   any   winning'  Piofessoi Llatteuci handed tho rep-  \esentative a stone the si/.e ol a  three inch shell as a souvenir of  his visit saving "These are -wry  precious atones, some of them ha^e  hit me. at one time or another  I'hey re[ircsent my wounds "   o   CtRiP   QUICKLY   KNOCKED  PUT.  ���������PHONES   CONNECTED   WITH  FIRE  HALL  31���������Hotel   Cecil.  ���������15���������Hotel Ahhotsfoi-4.  A21���������G. 0. Pickaid.  B21���������R.   J.   Bowen.  28���������F.   W.   Hawes.  18���������Dr. Wasson.  1C-A. Cornwall.  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Rates fl.^andll.BO-^  Frre bus to  all steamboat landing* a: d  railway depots. Electric cars every li e  minutea to all parts of the city. B������i  (ind table unexcelled. *  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,   VANCOUVER  B..C  ii  r-\  II  V  NOTICE  From     this date tbe undersigned  will not be responsible fot any in  debtedness     incurred except on ,   a  written orher signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V.   I.   EXPLORATION & DEVEI  OPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria. B. C. Ifav l������ih. ItM  IT DEFIES  ( OMPETITION  WATSON* S  Leads Them    Al\  '    INEQUALITY  R. P. R1THET,  & Co., Ltd  . Pacific Coast    Agency.  VICTORIA.   ���������: :���������:  ���������--     _���������   -B.V,  Under Alanagment  Hotel Wilson  1  Nanaimo, B. C. ���������  Jas. R. McKinnel  Proprietor. h  Coniniercial Mens' headjaavtcri.  Modern  and     Strictly First' Clais.  Fire Proof    Buildup.  ��������� ,_   ' *-.-,.       i        ON SALE TO  AND  FROM ALL STATIONS  good for goto|t-JoBrne7;Saturdayf������  -nd Sundays, returning'not later than  the following Maaday.  "'-       " ���������   -- ���������*���������  _.  SieamerJrii   Sails front LaiyBtnith for Vawouvet e^<jry'K^turdav at 6.00 a.nu and  returning sails fr-am Vancourgj , lor,  Ladysmiiih ul 2.80 p.m.  MHBWMB^a^Bm^BB^BB-aflB^Ba^HBaMBBflR-a*iMBM**������������*-*'7m.-*.MWB' l^M^  G, L.Couriney,  District-Pessenger Agent  WANTED���������IJy     Chicago    .wholesale  house, special, representative' (man or1  woman) for-each prouuee in Canada.  Salary ���������   $20 00     and expenses  paid  weekly-       Expense  money  advanced..  Business successful;     position permanent.    No investment required.     Pre-J  vious experience not essential  to en-.  B*ig'"g-  Address Manager,-132 Lake Street,  Chicago,  HI., U.S.A.     .  Ticket and  Freight Oflice,' 75  .   Government Street.  I  Transcontinental  I  Trains Daily  '^The New Train.,     -  ORIENTAL LIMITED  . The Train of  ;* Ease;  Elegance,  Excellence. ���������  Every" mile  a picture,   and  no smo!:'e to spoil'the   jView."  -   Through Compartment,   Oh-  servation ��������� and , Pullman  Sleep- u  ers;:'   slImo'1' Through    Tourist  I Cars .to Chicago. '  At antloSteainship,Business to Europe .  Ms our Specialty  "   Union    Terminals   ufilhVair  Steamer' lines.''  Berth reservations by wirel  Great 'Northern S^S. Co.   *  FOR  jAPAN ' AND  CHINA.  '; S. S.  Minnesota ' will    sail  from Seattle,  April 29th.- ..  For rates,, folders awl -full  .information,  call  on  or, 'address,    '.'''''.       - "  S. G. YERKES,  ���������    A.O.P.AM Seattle, Wash.  E., R. STEPHEN, -  ,. Gen. - Agentv, Victoria, B.C.  !  TICKET OFFICE  Cor,'Government and-Yates Sts  VICTORIA, B. C  Trains daily to St. Paul,  Minneapolis,   Duluth - and  .���������East:      ��������� *     -  Trains daily" to Denver, '  Omaha, Kansas City," St.  Louis   ; aim    East J' and  'Southeast. ,.-,.'  ���������  -  (  1 -  \  ���������'  ���������  ������  )  .Atlantic Steamship Tickets ou  sale to ami from all European  foints  This' is the ONLY line to,  YELLOWSTONE PARK./ "'  Tourist slocpcis oii all trains  For partieuhus  call  on     6x%  - write E. E. Blaclvwood, Gen-  euil  Agent,   Victoria,  B.C.    -  th e c i tv mn r KeT  R. Williamson Prop  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.*  STOVES! STOVES!  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  j Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  \  A   Great   Boot  for Prospectors  "Some v wee' s ago, .dining the se  ere  winter  weather,  .both--my     wife  and  myself   contracted  severe    colds,  which    speedily   "developed  into     the  worst,  kind   of ]a  grippe . with  all its  miserable symptoms,'���������'     says  Mr.   .1.  S.  Egleston,    of Majjlc Landing,  Iowa.    "Knees and joints aching,- muscles sore, head stopped up, ;eycs   anil  nose running,  with    alternate spells  of chills  and fever.     We began using  ( hambetiain   Cough   Remody,'   niding-  the same with doui.le dose of Cliam-  berlain's    Slomach  and   Liver     Tab-  Ids,  and    by    its   liberal    use     soon  completely    '-.nocked      out Uie urip.'.'  .''old  |,y  Ladysmith  Pharmacy.   r��������� O��������� _    '    1  They-are   all     leather,, and.  made   to  stand'streniKrus ��������� .us-  ago in  mine or forest.  ir ������������������������������������---��������� K r������  I  Paris, Aj'i-iJ 14.��������� This' was "varnishing- day" or t-lit! 30th annual  '.���������.-<jju.s-ilion of thu -National Moc-  ii't.v   of  l,Titio    Arl.s     and   it   attract-  Li 17. Men's.''Fan Chip % ^ a b;!I,Jftnt. ^^s   nt    th,  ,r "'-��������� Ka-   ('*?n*'   Palace.     in  spito   of the  pre-  ptvvan Veal Kip Pros- te's,t'n(:?.of a num^v   ������r ww    ������-ori<s.  f' '''���������"-���������     H   tll(J"snloon   this   year      marks  a  low-  pectors'    CootS ���������..-     |   ci-   artistic    level   than   that    of    last  ; year.      >fo   picture   stands, out  prom-  j inently.     Jlochardt     displays  a  large  portrait  of      the  German     Emperor,  which   attracted   crowds   of      people.  A-1 kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in ail its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53 p. O. Box 42.  ���������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������  WM.  MUN'SIE,   Piesident    J.  W.  C'OBURN,  ' Telepliane  '1-0.  Managing Director.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd,  h. J. HENRY'S  MjVilES   OREEH-  HOUIEJk AND SEED  HOUSES  ���������lie  Veitminster Road,  YANCOUVER.  Headquarters for���������   .  PACIFICOBOWN a������rdcn, field  ���������nd flowar 3EED5       , , L  for distribution. ;  Large .stock - of Home  Orowb FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL,     TREES  now matured- for Spring.'  No expense,-loss or , delay of fumigation or inspection   - .  Let me price your list  hefore placing your   order, .jjreennouse Plants^  Flora, Parages, Fertilizers, etc.  3010  Westminster Road.  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  A!   D.     Charlton,   A.G.P.A.,  \ ,"  - N.P.,   Poi'tlaiid, Ore.  X **  ^4,  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH-'     -    rs������ v*������������-  ShingJes a .Sp^oialtv  MANliirACTUKERS  OF   Rong-h ant, Dressed Firaiu! Codnr Lumbers  LATHS,   SHINOLES,   MOl;LniN'0R,      ETC.,     of    the  BEST  QUALITY SKASONIOI).      AND    DRIED     FLOORINGS      AND  ,,      FIXISHINC!  LUMBER IN  STOCK  If you aus contemplating' .  PAPFRIN6  YOUR ROOMS  mmmmmm.. ���������. ' -���������Call at���������  J, E, Smith's Shop  On Roberts Stree, .and see all the  Are Yoii  Going Etist  Thea bs sure your tickets rea������> rle  the  Itt WESTERJJ  111  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with thc  through trains from the Pacifl*  Coast..  THE SHORTEST LINE, TF~  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES,   THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,'  ST.   PAUL/ CIU  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS  CH \  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask\y.-  local agent or write,  F.' W. PARKER  General   A 9���������>���������*  730 2nd Are., Seattlt.  ^������������������*.-%. ���������%������������������%.*.-%������������������%.���������*.-������. 5k. ���������������������������������������>���������-������--o.-������������������-*.-%.-^ ���������&-������������������������*    ������--���������������-���������.���������������.-������.-������.-*���������������.���������������  ������--%."%.-%.-%."%.<V"%.-%.-%.-^%.-*  ++.f.++.M..l..m..M,.l,,M.u*.te-*+^  Ten-inch bluclier ciit, with  with full yellows tongue to  the tip; have idoalile silver eyiD-,  lets and .stud hoo! s; double  sole arid' slip; , standard screw  fastened; slugged -around' the  forepart and heel. A coin-  foil able as well as a durable  ���������boot.  i Ask for them at your Dealers  is  especially  guarded    by     police.  VANCOUVER, B, C.  i  1  it  to  prevent  possible mischief   on   the  pari   of  the  French patriots.  CLOTH   TRADE    pOO'D.  Manchester,    Eng-.,    April   .1-1���������Early   in  t'he   week     a     fair amount    of  business     wns  transacted    in the  cloth market and prices were firm  and unaffected by the ease in conw  mon. The 'h6liday suspended all  transactions.  DUNDEE*  I Sco'lands Best.  *  *  *  **  ������*  *���������  r>  ���������*'  *.���������  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  I PURCHASERS   AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  . SILVER ORES.  Snrielting Works at  'LADYSMITH/'.B'b.  *  *  *  .Dea ers in  Pianos and  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, B, G.  CLERMOifT LIVINGSTON  General Manager.  Sole Agents for B. C.  -HAS   BEEN   REMOVED TO  =First  Avenue-  Latest Designs In  WALLPAPERS  We    make a Specialty of the. papex-  i          ing Dusmess.  SHAVES I 5MHS  Having tak������a ������ver the barber shop  known as the Ladysmith Shaving  Parlors, HigH St.j I intend, by keep  ing competent - workmen, to conduct  a first-class,.establishment, and re-  speetfulljr solicit your patronage.  THOMAS LEWIS  Organs..  Ladysmith, B.C  NOTICE       The   rpartnership   existing  between  G. II. Rumming and'"W. E." Rum;-i;  carrying on    business   in the City .,.  Lady sm itlr, ��������� * B.   C.,  as' ���������niaiiufacl - ���������  of carbonated   beverages,  etc.,   ur-'  the firm name of Rumming Bros..   ;  hereby    (lisaolred.       All   outstn-���������-*  accounts'must he paid to W. E!. r>..  miiig, who   will continue the busi-  and pay all accounts against tin*  of Rumming Bros.  ���������   C  H.  RUMMING,  W. E. RUMMING-.  Dated at Ladysmith this 28th n  ol Ifeb., 1906. 'i TV-rvTT- ~1*"-t'p;'^'"^^^-^''*k"'''^"T''f' vrf^rrrrt-tirffirr lO*G2m*r*r������  an  *3*3J35S55E55  TH DULY C3   DGER  ri  I  {I White Lawn? and Muslin  To lie sold at ONE-HALF price. ���������  :(b Lawns and Muslins  .*  15c  - . 3 20c Lawns .and Muslins   ]0c  L. * 1  25c Lawns'and Muslins     124c  *.������ 33c Lawns and Muslins  f i7Jc  rial  I  Duck,   Blue; Wilt*    aid  Black,     otted and Plain  Regular liic to 20c.   Now  ,.. I2_c  1500  Yards   Flai nelette,  plain and striped  Suitable for" Gowns, Children's dress  es, Waists, Underwear, etc. ' Width  up to 38 inches. Regular Price, 15c  to 20c.     At Our *-'  I Special Sale 1 Oc. yd  PECIAL SALE  llyerytHmg must go.   We must raise money, so we came to the conclusion that   the  only way to do so is to let everything go Regardless of Cost.  crrrr        Our Loss \A/ill Be YourGain        -~zszz  -=Come and examine our prices before before purchasing else\yhere==  t  * i i  t , r I, **v ___  No nfeed to buy, just come and see the quantity and quality you will g>t for jour money.   We wilf only mention a few  items, as our space will not permit us to name all.   But you will be convinced by calling and seeing for yourself  Special   Sale   50c*     l   Ladies'Aprons  Ladies' Waists 1  24 onlv���������Nun's    Veiling,  Cashmere,  Fr.  Flannel," Si lie.      Regular $3   and  ?d $1.  ���������, Wi:l le cleared out at 51.75  " ������ i   Dress   Goods  *- Now  blue and'.White Sen**,  regular "60c.  >���������...-...-.< 37-ic  5 -  | Special deduction in Cor  I sets  ^      Regular  $1.50  to $2.    To be   sold  -* at our" Special Sab, at   ������������������  Ladies' Neckwear, Belts, etc., to l.������3>  ! cleared'at ONE-HALF price at   Our  Special, Sale.    ,  '  Tweed Skirts  Regular $o" to $12.   Now   $3.95  mmmmmmmummmmWM���������fci^������������������������������������PWM*������IW^W��������� ��������� II ��������� itf������ '������������������   1  Lustre Skirts  Black only ��������� Regular $5 and Mi.  N������w,  $4.50  Blac'c, Grey and Hi own. Regular  $4.00.    For ...'. ;..$   2.75  I  Ftather Pillows  ,25 only���������Large sizes,  heavy' ticking  ', cover:',   Regular $3.50' a pair. , To be  cleared out at-th  95c.  L?ce    Curtains,' Elegant  Patterns! "'   i]  3 yards long.    Regular $i.25.   For  1 ]....:...-  75c  jl     3 A yards-long,of the fuiestvdesigjU3  ,'������ Regular $2.75, for .....'. '.'.... $1.75  t .Regular $3.50, for  ..���������.":., $2.25  f and many others at hig reduction also  l  :���������: :   | Ladies' Motor Caps  !10 different styles and colors. Regular 7fc lo? 1.23. Your choice at  our  Special  Sale  . > apiece  $1.00  Fine Sheeting  .White and Unbleached Twill and  'plain, w dlli 8-1. Rcgulai ;30 cents  ���������a. yard: ���������Now  .,20c'  ~9-#vHeaVy Sheeting  BJeachcd or Unbleached, twill or  plain. a> Regular from 35 to JO cents.  Now"..-. ,... ..'  25c  5 Dozen Ladies' Aprons, with bibs  ot Embroidery and Frills.wnle width  of good linen,  Regular 40c, for  '.  30c  Regular  50c,   for. ..-  35c  Regular 85, for   Ode  Dress Goods  Lustres  In-White, Brown, Blue   and   Black  Regular COr,  f0r  40c  Regular 90c,  for  ,'. fi5c  Regular 75c, for-  {J0e  Cashmere  White, Blue, Red, Pink, lirown and"  Black.     Big Reductions.  Blue and Grey Voile  Regular 75c,  for    Waist Lengths  " i China.sills,  all  colors,   22m.  Regular 25c, fcr  .;...  Ladies' Fashionable   Figured White Silk  Waist hiigths, no two alike.   Regular 05c.   To be, sold at   45c  French Flannel Waist  lengths  alike.  difiercnt    patterns,  no   two  Reg. C5c, for  30c  Hens'     Double     Thread  Balbriggan   Underwear  Regular prices   '5Gc.     To  be  for  sold  37-k;  300   Pair Mens' Pants  up i to ?2.00 a pair, to be cleared  [0i  wide.  .. 20c  j    Japan T affeta Silk  I       Cream, White, Blackt Brown, Blue,  '    PinV,  Red and other different colors,  Pongee Silk  23 yards only.   Reg. 00c, lor ..: 40c  Babies' Long Dresses  fi only, nicely trimmed with cm-  broidery, tucked and insertions. Regular $2:50,   to be sold  at our       '   "  Special sale at $ 1.75  Rohes, Cloa's,etc, at   big. reductions.  Mens'     Heavy    Working  Shirts  Navy Blue and, Tweed. Regular,  $1.25, for  '.  '95c  Men's working shirts in black,  black and white stripes, double front  and back, goad wearing . Regular  !)Cc, for   :  50c  95c.  .  Mens' TopShirts  Soft or hard bosom" fronts, with  or without collars,. Regular, $1.25  to $1.50," to be cleared at*  75c  Snaps, Boys' .Suits  Small sizes only, to be cleared   at  factory prices.  THE oWr-SHOE SNAPS  OF THE SEASON  , Men's Vici Balmorals   "tint     will  give good wcar.ng.     E-\tra value   at -  S3.50 a pair.     At our  '    Special sale, $2.25  Meni' Box Calf Shoes  Lace and  elastic sides.    An easy fill-  ting serviceabl3 shoe, value $4.   Our  Special sale. $2.50  Mens' Box Calf Shoes  Lace or elastic sides, Goodyear' welt,  double soles, leather lined, English  back straps, regular $5.   At our  i/- *  Special sale $3.50  ���������M  i 1  Boys' Lace Boots  solid school shoes have an oil   grain  upper   and    double, sole, guarantied   ��������������� j  solid.       The    most   honest $3 hoy's & I  shoe in the city.     '  Special $1,50 |||  o* 5.  HIGH STREET   LADYSMITH, B. C.  JSC  X  Childrens' Shoes  We have two or three lines of little  shoes from 8 to lOi. These are  worth $1.50., To be cleared at our   rf  Special sale for $1.00  For the sale -we are putting on  some extra spec al snaps in' Ladies'  Button and Lace Shoes, from $1.00  to $3.00 ptr pair, regular $2 to $4.  i '  MMallnn-*iaMHlalalalllllHBa*^B-*Ml^BBHMBMI������������MMMni-^MlHB'->  Ladies'Low Shoes  . All--sizes,-'~pateiit tip and   military  heel, regular $2.75 for   $1.75.  "30 pairs Ladies' Low Shoes, good  wear-rs, all sizes. Regular $2. At  our  Special sale, gi.25  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUtfAN BLOSSOM  Kone bu   Union Labor , Employed  BOOTH, Prop  n j.  LADYSiVUTH BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS'FRESH   ON'HAND  Wedding-   Cake*  Hade   to  Order  FItUiTS   A^Y)    CANDIES OF ALL  .KINDS.    tfKESH   BREAD EVERY   DAY  Prices    are     Very Reasonable..'--AH  Customers are Treated Alike.  HOP   LEE A CO.  ON THE   fiSPLANADE"  , First  Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD   and   BARK  ~"'���������   '������ For Sale and  Delivered  EXPRESS WORK  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 60 LADYSMITH  GENERAL BL  TH SHOi  M. R. SIMPS1H  Solicitor,   Bte .  "���������M'sne^f  to    loan  1st. Ave.,u?  -----  WOVSiVl H  ���������        *7   .  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT  NOTICE  SHARPENED  BY US      ALWAYS    (JIVE   SATISFACTION.  ���������IPICKS HANDLED  A Nb REPAIRED   DRILL.-  aft  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEEN ;  chicago, london,  hamilton, toronto,  montreal, quebec,  Portland; buston;  Aud the Principal Business Contorn of '  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO,,HEW .YORK AND,  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FAILS.  For Timo Tallica, eto., address  CEO. W. VAUX,  Assistant Gen'l Pussortger nqd TIcKOt Agent.  135 AO/1M3 ST.t CHICAGO, 11.1..  OPBN AT A.U   HOURS,  Ladysmith Temple No. 5  li}->  Sisters meets at the-OdilfeMnw*-  2nd  and  4th  Tuesday, "at  "i ���������  Mr^    Kate Tate secretary..  ~S HI F SMLT HI N Cr     I N      *V L L   ITS    B 11 A N C HKs  llorseshoers and.Oener?! Blacksmitns.  RWRIGHT  _    -     -   LadysfnitlT, B v  Bttlier Street   -  ���������4rl^iMHiL������4.���������������:��������� * f ��������� I������.j.��������� ���������i-:..i~H'-i-<-S">f������������������^������������������4-������������H^*H*^  I-  MAXIM GORKY AND  HIS FAMILY TROUBLES  auiTiyy spreads1.  TCou-Yoik,     April     14 ���������When   TMax-  im   (-iorKy  armed  m  this       country  last Tuesday,     lie  stated     to ���������  immigration   ollicers   tiiat   he  accoiupaiiii'd     by ITnic.   Gorky.    Phis  iiioiiiing   lhe .statcmciiL    was publish  eded  ihal   Iiis  LOiupanion    was  al wile,    who,   with  bout  us     what  us,     it  remains  his  tliey    pleose.       J-'or  to  overlook        the  the   gossip   of   others.      The   best    pcuple  was | oi all  lauds   will  be  with us.  (������������������Signed; '���������JMrtMiu Gor'v ."  Ine  published  story     went     on   >o  GorKy,     \\ho is now  is Andi'eva,  a  Uii������  not I s>ay ihat   JMrs.  his  child-    with  Lhe  uulhor  i-en remain in liussin. As a result  of this publication CiorUy toda>  issued a statement, which, traus-  latert reads ns follows. --1 thinU  tins disagreeable act against me  could     not lia-\u  come from the Ani-  siau  actress     witli    whom  he  lived     since   tiic  separation   of  wife     about  three  years  ago.  explanation  una Lie     to  has  hi*  Phe.  was    made   that    boiny,  secure      a   divorce        in  llussia   because   of   the  sUoul  iiMi-  erienn   people.     .My   .*espect   for  f hem   cm)   strength  against  him Goi-Uy  does mot allow   me   to   suspect ilint   secured   a  divorce     m   Finland     and  Incl,  so   much     courtesy  in ' was      married      to    Andie\a.      Wiien  he.was approached     on  the     subject-,  con-   Gorky    said:     "The  oublication    ' of  R'.is-   suj!;:i     a   libel   i.s - astonishing,   and    1  is   mi.   niu surprised  that      in   a       country  play  sucli  t lU'i  their   treatment, of women.  '*T   think  that   this   dirt      is  spired   by  the   friends  of   the  sian   government.     My     wife  wife..    The  wife  of Tilaxini       Gorky,   fumed   for   its  love    of  ; fair  She and  T  both     consider     it       too   rind   its   reverence     for   women  low    to  go   into  any explanation    a-   slanders     choulrl-.be    given   credence  bout  this..   Kveryone    may say     a-   "She is  my  wife."  CUMnRllLA'Xli.  NANAIMO    B. C.  flanufacturers of the  In   British Colun bia  Lager  Beer   and Porter     Guaranteed  Brew  f   ������'" m   the Bast  Canadian   Malt   Run  Hops  Dr. Dier  can be. found at  any  the  Greenville  ,   Pa,  April  14  ���������As  tlie  at his office on Gatacre ��������� st.  tal   work  ia gvaranteed   to  class and rates reasonable  His  be  de*1  firsi  result  of  a  grade  at     At lata,   near  Kail road     today  kiited  and   two i  crossing     acci  here,    on  the  three persons  njurcil.  deni  Wriiv  *  were  (From the News,)  Messrs J. Fraser and O. H Fe-  chner, the two barbers, P. Mojito;,  shoo maker, and Hugh Mitcife'.l,  blacksmilli were charged with carrying on business with out licenses. Un  der tho Arft. ' The defence set u;-  by Capt. Dillon, for the defendants,  on Monday evening, before Messrs  Abrams and McKnight, was that-  they were not liable ��������� to the tax  because of being dependent on the  sMIl of their hands solely for a  livelihood,      and   therefore   it  industry. The fines were paid -.m-  cler protest. and notice of appeal  given.  Under the 'same act Dr._Quin!;ui  was summoned last week, and his  case     was   also   dismissed   on the  grounds of his being a professional  man, it being "persumed that a profession did not rank as an occupation.  RHEUMATISM MAKES LII E  MISERABLE.  A  happy home  is  Uie most valuable session  that  is within tlie  was of mgnkiml,    but you   cannot   en^oy  Lisbon, April  spirit has spread to thc crew* oi  Portugese iionelad Varie, De Clania-  Thc authorities have taken precautions to prevent farther oui-  breaks. A number of t'he crow of  the cruiser Don Carlos I, who mu~-  mei'd on April 11 have beeYi imprjs  ed   o   A lovely range of Lawn, Cotton,  and Fancy muslin Blouses, for Easter Sunday, at Simon Leiser & Co.,  Limited.   DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also languages drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng. in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal, lessons given in classes or individually.  MISS  BERTRAM,  Ladysmitb.' Bo.  .(. W.  SILER  GEMEKAL'LXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY IK-  Leave orders at the Abhotsford.  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  All  work guaranteed, aud at reaso;  able rates.  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE  Gatacre St.  UPTON- AT NAPLES.  Naples, . April ,     14 ���������Thoma<*    I .ip-  14.���������ThO    mUtinOUS | +nn    nn-ivorf    ������,������������������������ i���������- -u        ,  xon aimea here during the daj on.  his yacht Erin and later inspeited  the devastated vallev.  Ladysmith  NOTICE  reach J NOTICE  is hereby given that I   in-  en^oy !tend to apply at the next sitting of  ibor.  The magis-j its comforts if you  arc sufferitwg, from J the. License Brard of the city of La-  view that       unde-   rheumatism-.     You throw aside busi. jdysiuith B.C. for a transfer of the re-  the act.  they'   could  not    do  other-' "ess cares when you  enter your home J tail   liquor  license now held  by  me  wise than convict  fine  of  05,    on   Messrs  Fraser.  I11LBERT  UNITED   ANCIENT      ORDFii   !;F  DRUIDS  Wellington  Grove  No   4 U.  A. v   I)  Meets in the 1' O 0 .F. Hall, '.a  ilysmith, the Second and i-Yi.ilt)  ITcilncstiays of each month, conun nr--  ir,g Tfcdnesday,  13th., 1903.  Visiting Druids arc ii'Vitcd ti it-  tend.  By Oiiicr.  WM. RAFTER, Reef Se.'ty.  VATRICK BURK. N.  A  HAY, GRAIN and]  ��������� FARMfflOWJ*  Orders will he delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the l*;*w  est possible prices. .  Leave orders at Christie's,-on ���������������  Eiplaaain. '������������������.;.-   -**''  James Wamcek  a  direct  tax   on  tral.es  took   the  and imposed      a ��������� amI 7o" can  be relieved from    those j for the premises known as the New  rheumatism  S1.00  costs,  S3,  and license, i"n������l|mai,ism     pains   also  hy  applying ] Western Hotel,   situated on Lot  Fer-hner  ainP Cliamlcrlain's Pain Balm.     One ��������� np_ | Block 2S, to John Menghini.  ' s  ���������I,  Monte.      Mr.  Mitchell wns dismiss-! i!'1-Catiol>. will, plve you  relief and  its ! atty      D. H.   DAVIS-  on account   of being     owner  of  his 'continual use  for a short time   will j Dated.at Ladysmitli this 15th day of j  J.PIERCYIO  Manufacturers- Of.���������  IRONCLAD    BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOPSHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE DRY GOOD  premises  and   was  enrrytng  on      nn  bring a*;out a permanent cure,  sale by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  r  Mai;ch,  190G.  VICTORIA, B. G.  M :**��������� jfc������  THE DATtv LgDGfcft  LOCAL   ITEMS  FOR SALE  Twelve   head_of   cows   and Milk  route.    Apply P. O. Box 99.  t-rr-t-SUtMJ-**-* -*t-  tm  Quality  Seldom Equalled ���������  Never E xcelled!  Ladyimlth, B. C. (  That's All!  ********* it*  Call and Get [Acquainted  Smoke Big 13. Cigars  Mr. J. II. Post, of Victoria, and  Mr.' II. J. McDonald, ot Kinibcrly,  weie visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. Kay  during thc holidays, both gentlemen  reluming home yesterday.  ' Try a Pro*.ince Cigar.  "Mr.  T.   F.  Lewis,  of Montreal,     i.s  .visiting.'his uncle and.aunt, Mi. ami  Mrs.  B.   Forciinincr during the   Easter holidays.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Talk returned on  Saturday night en the" steamer Joan  from a  visit to the  East.  QMessrs.   Simpson,   Adam,  and Freetliy,  of this city,  spent yes-  ' terday in Nanaimo,  returning on the  morning, train. ' ���������  -  Closing Out  BUSINESS    IN  SHOES  $3 Mines'Shoe goes   for '   .'....'   $3-5������ Mens' Fine Shoes goes for     , , . .  A Few Ladies' Shoes --Well.  Make an  Boys'   and    Girls'   Shoes   from     90   cents   to  Soft Sole,     Baby  Shoes   from  25  cents   to  35  C Peterson,   1st.  Avenue.  DEALER   l\S FURNITURE  -,S333EFSHSSSaSEJE:3  AND   STOVES  WARNING���������-  -GLANDERS  ,; To-iday',1 and until Monday, Apr.il  23rd, I will continue'to make cabinet photos at  $2 per   doz.      Stamp  'f Photos ' 2nc. Schenck, tlie *hoto-  grapher,  CampLell's  Coiner.  ;   -' Try a Province Cigar.  1  , ���������  "the    Young    Ladies' Guild, of   the  /���������local Presbyterian-Church  intend yh-  "ing ji ** Con.ersazioiie   in   the   OjeLa  - ,,-House on Friday,  April 20.  A splen-  ''h did programme is being prepared.  *4feio  ,'-*-'���������'i,'."/The Rathlone Sisters, of Ludy-  :*,. '^smith, will hold their dance tonight,  ^i,I- April id'.' Nothing will be left 1111-  y^.J'^'doue'.'to, make the affaii a most en  joyable-one. The price of trtcl (cts  ���������will he 75c per couple and 25c for  "V extra lady. Supper will be s���������rved  l^i-Tiif'the LaiLJaet Hall for 25 o nts. The  ���������Svf''<v-','Grand . March will start at 8 30.  ^���������--f'.V^poQd music will he furnished.  ���������.;<-"-r'>V,,  ,., ;  J,;-Mrs. F. Shuttleworth, of Victoria,  *..-'"paid a  brief visit to Ladysmith yes-  ?x terday.-   Mr.  Shuttlewoith    is    cm-  ;-  .ployed at the   E. & N. station heic.  ;  ,  Tonight at the ' Opera Hot.se,     the  Rathljone Sisters entertain.   Dancing  *    commences  at   8.30   sharp   and a good  - time     is    assurred   those attending.  '. ' 'Supper will be served during the evening    in   the 1 an;jueting  room  joining the dancing hall.  Delagoa, South Africa, April 10.-  The British ship George T. Hay,  bound for Argentina, being in a sinking .condition, was abandoned and  burned off Port Elizabeth. The Cap-  ,tain and crew weie brought here by  "a German \csscl.  * - Colonel William Elliot, of Beaufort, S.C., formerly a representative  in "congress from that state, has  been ap* 0:11 ted by. Secretary Taft to  he a commissioner to mark the  'graves of the confederate soldiers,  who died  in northern   prisons.  TENDERS  ~2i-���������<���������������-**������  ���������K-S-������  TENDEKS.  addressed to the uiidei-  signo:! at Ottav.a and mar e.l ui the  jMivclopc "iTeii'*lei for tlu* coiistiuction  of a II\drojraphic Sl.fl Twin Stinnier," * will he lccei ed up to the  FIRST DAT OK MA1! NKXT, for  Lhe constiuit'on of a Steel Twin  Screw St.aT.er for thc Ilydrogiaphic  thc Agt'iit  of   the Departii.unl 0  inc  ar."i   Fish-eric:-;  at   Victoria,   B.C., ,  at the  Custom   I louse, at  Vancouver,)  B.C.  and  at   the. (Le;:artmc.nt here  Each   tender    must   l:c  In districts wheie the  cMstenco   ol  tl hinders  i*> suspected,  mid especially  111 neighborhoods  wheie aciual     out  bic.us  ha\e occuned,    Uic   adoption  of Oe  following piccnutioiis by ov.n  crs  oi  horses  and  others    iiiteic&tcu,  will  do  inucli  to  prevent   the- -spicaa1  ot  tlie disease und the estaMi.shiik.-m  ot fiesh -centres  of infection.  I    1. Horses or mules having a   nasal 1  u.cnhca(] I discharge or  other  suspicious   symp- j  I'oms should not be admitted to livery or  feed stables  or yards,  blacksmith -shops, chuich or school   sheds,  railway   stock  yards,  piivate stables  >or other places wlure they aie likulv  to come  into  duect or lnduect contact with animals of the equine spe  c;e&.  2. All stables, yards or sheds used  for  the accommodation of horses   01  mules should    be regularly and     fre  .qucntly elensed and disinfected ,in the '  manner  prescribed  below.  3. After clensing the premises thoroughly, and burning all .dejbris, the  interior shonld he well gone o\ei  with hot steam, or boiling watei,  adding to the latter at least one  (piait of crude caibalic acid to each  five gallons, after which the entire  sinf ice should be thicUy coated witli  a hot solution of fresh lime wa^h,.  to "which crude carbolic acid has  been added in the above mentioned  proportion. '  O. t:niil<lnifis,��������� fences and tying  posts with, which infected ������ animals  ha\e been in contact should also,  whin possible, he thoroughly treatel  in a similar manner.  All ordinary harness and stable  utensils which ha\e been i������ contact  wilh infected animals or infected prc-  misis, should be thoroughly soaked  in a hot solution of crude carbolic-  acid of a strength of one part to  two, ty.  M iterials which mi������ht" be injuied  by the above tieatmtnt, such a.s val-  ua'1 * harness, robes, cushions, etc.,  which ha\e been in contact with in-  fec'.on, should he placed in an airtight room ami fumigated with For-  rna'iilehydc, after which they should  be thoroughly  cleaned.  'J. Stnblcs where outbreaks ha\r  occnro'I or where diseased animals  ha\e, inadvertently or otherwise,been  sta'.led, e/en temporarily, tlie clcns-  iii'fr and disinfection should j;e especially thorough, and in such cases it  is safest to remove and bum feed  boxr-vand mangers when of -wood,  iion articles can be rendered harmless by passing them through f.re,  or bv immersing them for sonic time  in boiling- watci. All litter from  susjiicted animals should be bumed,  or carefully fenced until  used.  "- Farmers and others should,  wliei ever possible, a\oirl admitting  sti.uige horses oi mules lo Ihe lire  nii'xs occupied toy their own animals, especially of the ������ame specie*-  It is a good plan to-reserve an isolate,! building foi outside horses or  mules, hut where this is iitijossible  they may bc accommodated m cow  statics, cattle not being subject, to  glanders infection. Such hoises and  mules should be watered fiom hpeci.il  pails, which, together with other  utensils used <.,n or about  them, should  be caretully  clensftl ami  oth-  ad-  meiins of detection in such   cuses  ing   the Mallein  test,   and  that the-ic  occult or latent   cases,  are   in some  ��������� -   I  respects the most dangeious   because  lUisus* eetc.1. Our eyperience shows  that it is j os-siijlc for uiiimals of >  this class to con.ey infection to  "others without theiiisjl.es developing  acut- symiloms, It is tluiefore  plain that great caution shouM .be  exercised on thc purchase or handling of strange horses or mules, cs- ,  pccially in those distiicts win re the  disease has become established. |  8. The   carcasses   of animals dying  fiom or slaughtered as b-eing affected ,  with  Ci landers should,-when   possible  be buin.'d, or failing this, bi-rlcd   at  least si\  test  beneath the surface.     j  ������J. pwners of premises where out-  hrcaks ha\e been dealt with should  bear in mind that Inspects :s rur.i.ot  lecommend release from quarantine  unless disinfection has been carried  out in a satisfactory manner, and  that compensation for animals slaugh  tered cannot he paid unless n certificate of clensing and disinfection has  been received by the Minister^of Agriculture  10. I-Ioise owners should have no  hesitation in reporting to th/s, Department or to its insrectors tlie existence of actual of suspiectod cases  of glanders. The disease has been  spreading rapidly of late years, and  it is a matter of public interest  that eveiy fresh ccntrp of infection  should he disco\e:*ed and dealt with  as  promptly  as possible.  J. G. RUTHERFORD,  Veterinary Director General  Department of Agriculture;  Ottawa, March, 1906.  |T Tim HUWKm&l***  W������ ������*    ' ���������    Guy  KKPRESKXTING  m  i-,....uant 'Tailors  of Victoria, will be in Lad., smith on  Sunday next with sonnies, -and  be prepnred to take order*; tot  dies' and ^Gent's CIcMiing.     Will  found at the Ab'hotsforf TTr>t;d.  will ��������� I  is  La-I  be'  \  IN  They are  Hade to Fit"  and  >������  J  "Fit tu Wear  Waiters <&  Akenhead  SOLE AGENTS  .  THE SUPREME COURT OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  111   ihe    Matter    of    the   Estate of  Charles Sainio:  TAKE NOTICE that by an Jrlcr  of   his   Honor    Eli Harrison,   local  Judge niafle    the 12th day-of April,  1906,   I  was    appointed  Administrator of the Estate of Charles Sainio,  late of Ladysmitli, deceased.  All 1 parties havung claims against  the said- Estate are hereby rayiired  to furnish the same properly verified to me on' or before the 19th  May, 190G.  All parties indebted  to the Estate  aie required to pay  the amount    of  their indebtedness to me forthwith.  Nanaimo, J2th  day of April,   1906.  JOSEPH A. McALONEY,  Official  Administrator.  Smoke Big B.  ���������Jiyais  To whom it may concern: This i.s  te certify that 1 have used MINA  ARD'S LflNIMEXT myself as well as  prescriled it in my practice where a  liniment was icjuiied and ha\e never  failed to  get the desired eflect.j  C.  A.  KING, M.D.  IN THE SUPREME COURT OF  J1       BRITISH COLUMBIA.  In the Matter of thc Estate of John  Hcndricl.son:  TAKE NOTICE that hy an Order  of his his Honoi Eli_ Harrison, Looal  Jud0e, made the 12th day of April,  lOOfi, I was a;>l ointed Administrator of the Estate of John Hendrick-  son, late    of "Ohemainu.s, deceased.  A1J parties having claims against  the said -Estate are hereby required  1o furnish * the same properly verified to me on' or before thc 191Ji  May, 1906.  All  paities  indclted  to the Estate,  aie required  to  pay the amount    of  thcii indebtedness to me forthwith.  N-mimo,  12th diy of  April,  1900.  , JOSEPH..A McALONEY,  ' ' Official -.Auminislrab.i'*.  Mrs. Geo.  Hannay    returned    from  Vancouver on  thesS.S.  Joan  Satui-  - day evening. ���������  ' ���������  ������2S'&39-������~  -J  For  Saturday and  ONLY  To advertise our Genuine American 2 Bell Repeating Alarm flocks      AT $1.60  See the prices in our windows ������n all inherent Muds,of, clocks  REMEMBER  Saturday and Monday Only  i  Service   in   Biitish   Columbia  v.alcis. |  Specific dions,   plans  an I   f������im.s    of|sl'"l)lc  tender  can   le  seen  at  thc  oiuVc     of  Ial_ jiiisiiifceted before being used foi  B. FORCIMnER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIR5T AVENUE LADYPniTH  vssxsr^f^cSs^A^K:^^ *-*">'-">-  :^jr:  .V.-".-3BT3  B^S2KSB2S22giSS3^:  EASTFR  cr    animals.      Stalls      occupied  strange  horses  or   'mules  should  well cleansed   and  disinfected,  an  'accompanied'41^ a" l"'ssi,)lc.    lcft unoccupied  hy  bc  I if,  for  BALLOON ASGE  TO-NIGHT  This is the first attempt of its kind ever tried in the  IT   IS   A   HUMMER  city  and |  by an accepted hank cheque o-fiial to  10 per cent, of the whole -amount of  the tender, which will be forfeited  if thc icrson sanding the accepted  tender declines to enter into a contract with the department. ehorf*ies  accompany ing -benders which are not  accopted will 1������ returned immediately ;after     a decision has been arrived  at.' ' \       ^       -:  Newspapers copying this advertisemen t without authority from the department " will not  be paid.  F:   CiOURDEAU,  lenity Minister of Marine and  Fisheries.  Depnrtmeai't or Marine and  Fisheries.  Ottawa, 28-th March, lOOfi.  some time.  fi. Where new horses or nmlcs are  purchased in or from districts when  glanders exists, they should, unless  car.Fully tested with Mallein prior lo  purchase, be stabled" apart and e!<;s>  ly watched for some time before be  in������ brought in contact with other  animals of  the equine species.  7. It  must   be ^borne  in   mind   that  while, nasal   discharge,   or   ulceration,  enlarged glands, the presence of fatfe-v  jbuds,   unaccountable swelling  of    the  'im-hs and general unthriftness often  characterizes' cases ot Glanders, the  disease exists in many animals without, for the time being, any external  manifestation  whatever,  the only  At 8.30 P. M. the Balloon goes up from the top of  our Storc,4so Keep a Good Look-out  mair A  sSSSSegESSEk;  TO-MORROW  PORK, VEAL MUTTON, STEM, ETC  Pannell & Plaskett  latest i^ies  AT  ts DOOK Store  FOR SALE  ., Eggs from Pure Bred Stock  All Birds Trap Nested    ���������  No Inferior Uyers Kept  Barred, Buff and While Rocl-.s  ttlii'e Wjandolles, White and Brown  Leghorns.  $i Per Setting   ���������  $6 P*.r Hundred  E. STEWART,  Box 2C8 Ladvsmith, B.C.  1 have just received a shipment ol  Hills' _YL\%\\ Grade  ttGLISH lOBAGC-aS  and  G!6ARt11FS'  at the   We should like lo show you_ our  large assortment of-���������  Wai! Papers  Ranging   in   price- froni  ioc.  Double Roll and  Up  They are the very latest in Wall  and Ceiling Decorations. Just from  the factory. Over ten thousand rolls  to.-,choose from. : We also, carry a  large range of   Varnishes. VarnlsH Stains,  Paints, Oils, Brushes and  Window G'ass  In  fact    everything   to  Beautify   th*  ���������Home, at���������  '     H. KAY'S  WALL PATPER DEPOT  BLOUSES  Wi have a Lovely Assortment of  Lawn, Cotton and Fancy, Musln  BLOUSES Opened out  These Blouses are Very Showy and  I     o  ;   Just the thing for Easter  ���������' - ��������� <  I* :       -. * ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ i   v:  ! No Tr uble to Show  These Goods  SIM(N LEISER SCO Ltd.  Notice  A. HOWE, of CHEMAINUS, has opened the MEAT-  MARKET lately   run   by W. Warden Roberts stree  WITH, A FULL LINE OF FIRST CLASS MfAlS  I PORK AND SAUFAOE A SPECIALTY  A Trial Solicitd  A. HOWE,  PHONE 20  Every Length Guaranteed  :for - ,J    -  One Year  r f  Fu'J Stork       .rtmai  *- i ( >  Cotton, Rubber and Wire Wound  The Ladysmith Hardware Co. Ltd.  3SSS3S  U/. (J. praser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST A VENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  Premiums  ���������FOR���������  WHITE SWAN SOAP  WRAPPERS  Lists of useful articles can he had-at'any-''grocers.      Beware     of  cheap imitations,  which  ruin   the hands and clothes.  White Swan Soap is a Pure   Soap"; niadc of selected    slock,   ilons  not injure tlie hands or the finest fahrics. -  M^^���������^1���������������������������������������������tfmmmMMmmmmmmmm^���������mr-mm^J , , ,  -���������  B, C, HP WORKS, VICTORIA  wstaiweismssssssEisssss^ssB&s^..  Plumbing and Tinsmilhing  DONE  AT  Reasonable Prices  -By-  J. ANDERSON  Leave ord������������ at Peterson's Furn������������������-  ture Store, or-telepbbae No 53.  LADYSMITH HOTEL   BAR"  Having ta':en over the barroom ot  the above hotel, we intend to run a  first-class, up-to-<date establishment,  and .in soliciting the patronage of  oui- friends and the public in general,  we guarsMitee good  treatment  to all.  R. Scott  A. Smith  Proprietors.  '*������

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