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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Apr 9, 1906

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 VOL.,2"  MONDAY  April   9,   1.90C  PRICE FIVE CENTS  LOCAL SPORT HAPPENINGS  COLLINS IS  II    AGAIN FREE  'Frisco Lawyer  Outwitted  Two Judges/Bonds  Given  Prove Worthless  Baseball Games and When They are  to be Played=-Boxing Contest   .  .. :.       '       Arranged ,,  BASEBALL��������� y  BASEBALL SCHEDULE  FOOTFALL���������  !      LADYSMHHLOSES  In    the     Nanaimo     Athletic fClub      Th?  I.adisinibh  Intermediate Asso-  100ms ,on" Sunday/afeeriioon,   the  Ex-' c-iatiuii  Fool-hall  team, champions of  ecutive of  the (NanainWaiid  District   Vantouvei     Island  and aspirants foi  A  social    editiui of the   Colonist'' "ase:.all League,    met  for,tho ' pin-  the p-ov inual chimpiouship met their  -    -    of:rjcei\iaR   -"entucs;*foi     the  MORE SHOWS  FOR LADYSMITH  Nanager Nicholson Will En  devor to Get on the Northwestern Circuite  STEAMER   SELKIRK    SINKS  l������*-e  Gouc,c (.'hcatwood. Intermeiliate Cup  'finer teams* entered for'the trojJiy,  ma fiom" iVadysmithV and two fiom  Naiuimo, the L'ugles and 'Reliance  'lhe delegates pi event weie J. Mini-  ��������� jhw, l^t-djsinith, ,andt,J. ,Boycc, Nanaimo "Eagles".' ,.V schedule was  tli awn up giving each  team    twelve  today says  San Francisco,  April 8.���������George D.  Collins, ccn '-ctod of perjuiy, secured  hi.s release on a  writ  of hailse-as' corpus   ill  Judge Muiaslvy's court   yes-  tculay    His inoUik-i-tin-Iaw, Mis. Mc-  Ciiidy, and     her .d.iu������htei,    Collins  alleged ^wife,     furnished  a lond    in  the  sum of ?2!),000.     Today-District  Attorney      Langtdon hiscoveiod that  the noiKl  was faulty,   though  it   hr.d  been approved by .Judge Muras'*y and  JikIrc    Graham,  presiding, judge    of  the sai error court,  and  unineuiatoly  braught the matter to thc attention  of the police     Search was nii.de for  the wily    attorney,  , .but he    could  not    be  foui d,       That   Collins     1 as  ' y ,  ml the conntiy is the belief of the  police. TJioup-h he was not given  his freedom until a late hour last  night, not a trace of him can be  found. The McCurdy family claims  .to I n5\v natliuig of lus whereabouts,  and    a:>iear<yl    v<*ry much stir* risod, !not  ���������'la^'0,, tl",ac senior Sdmt's  Mi    D.   Nicholson, manager    of the  hi si d.-teat of the season Sunday af- I**1 ������I*r'1 J,<������iSC- left ������n the jnor���������-  tcp.Mii. on tho Calulonuii Grounds .'"'g train foi Seattle. It is Mr.  al ll.: hands of the Nanaimo Inta- (Nicholicn's iuteiit.cn, while in that  mol.alcs by tl.e score ol two goals city, lo c.ulea* oi to .uraiiRw for 6et-  lo one The game was. only an ^-"'A ������������ tilt! N'oiUnuslcrii Theatrical  f hlit.cn   one,   and  in  no  way  had 'cim.U,  mid    thus  obtain shows    at  fru.juent  uitenalb  foi   Ladvsmith.   In  VESUVIAS  BELCHES FLAMES  Flow of Lava Causes Panic  aiid Inhabitants of Cities  Fleeing for Their Lives  -Naples,. April 8.���������The hope that  Mount Vesuvius was becoming cdu,  was fiis->ipatod today, v.lien the volcano became more active than ever.*  T! e |.-anic has spD3ad to Naples  Two strong earthquale shocl-s which  Goes Down ^Wilh Sixty Tons of Tyee  Matte Still on Board-Reidar Takes  Cut 22,0(1? Tons of Coal  Word was received here today  that the vvrec'-red eteamer Selkirk,  laden with matte from the Tyce  smelter, and which hail gone ashore  at Jones Island," slipped off the rock  last e.-eninj; v ith sixty tons of matte  still in her hold, and sank in ten  fathoms ol water The heavy weather ycsleiday, prevented Capt. Bisect iind his salvage cr-w from work-  in.-;. They bad renin, cd one hundred  tons from,    the   stoanvcr,  wlun     slu  i tomorrow,    and    Uio  Captain thinliS  she will  come here Thursday.  The barge Georgia" look on aluut,  tluce h,m(Ired tons of coal at the  whaif for tne Crofton smelter today, /and the Princess Beatrice tied  up for  bunker coal. . ;  The Beatrice is now on the Sluag-  \va> run, hav'ng lal-.c** tlie place of  the Amur, which is in Victoria for  repairs. The former has'been on the  j-'run between    Seittle    and   Victoria,  wi.i li  win lc h M]>   N]dlolstu    slittp(1   that  he    <li(,   u.e  wal's    of buiUinSs,   were expen-  cidel in   Fird.iy next, when the New  games,   three home and home games  \\e,ti *n sleL    team, champions of the  with each team.;, Tlur-openinj game  of the S2iies will be played in Ladysmitli ^    on    April   29,  Uic   opposing  toan s  being Lad>smith an I   Eagks  'lh.2 same rules that'go win  the sen- ^,ol.)l(| m  so slippery  a ccnditioiigs  Mainland,  meet  the  Ladysmith bo>s,  tn the lalt-r's giounds  'I h ��������� r:a<nc on  Sunday was  in a   ;.'eliigo of ruin,  winch put    thc  plavrd  ior teams, will also apply to-, the  Intermediates., Any. number of a  club playing 'a game- with any team,  will  not  be allowed   to   play"   with  to'mac, if   almost    impossible    for  tie  |la\eis  to  krep  tluir  feet.     In  spit- ol   this  handicap,   howevei,  thc  pan-e put up by both teams was one  anotler team in thc League, until a 0f h\? ���������,- rdest nn-1 best e er seen in  montir has elapsed from the date of xtl��������� l.mio. 'I hough Nanaimo won thc  his connecticu with his foimcr club   ������l<l1,iP,   that   honor should hare gone  Any  palaver is eligible'to  play     in  to  jahsmiii,,    lot    tinv  and again I0"  1,,e S1V  O(lock  lrd,n    w<*>������������-'s'-ay  the  Inteiineliata    League who     has    nW 1hc .)0oresl kind  of luck  m thc ,m*hi<  iuA<    as    he   "mallei     this  M&ltoi&    mo-*-"-lri    W1M     -'e    *Klc   <on    ^lmc      l<?  \obs on   thc    electric  light <jjueslion,  the   jools    not closing     until  seven  not thin'v In1 could ai range for a  show heie dm ing Apnl, although he  nii^ht be able to seeuie one Ne.vl  month, however, he -cxiccls to have  'C oral here, and pel haps one or two  of th2 1 r ,ei tncij, which ha.'e not  a.s yeU visited Ladysmith If Mr.  Nicholson is placed on the circuit,  it will mean that a ini'ch better  dass of shov\S will uj s>ecn bete than'  formerly, and at mote i.-'gular in-  teiv^ils  Mi    iNiciholson  expects   to     return  i;oal  mouth' prcented    the  i    'lire visiting* t<am������ is to  be allowed   llon  scoring,  a lit i  thc  home   defense  when  infoi nied  that  the suiety  they, ,  had   nivcn   to guarantee  his   appear-!35 ������el  ccnt- oI thc  "ot ������lltc rcc^-lh   was at  .ill   times  evteivKl   to then  ance was  not wotUi the  paper  if v ~th*' honw t������������>-to furnish the^un- jlltlIKbi  ln  oi.lei   to hold .down     tbe o ciock  pnnlod on.     'Ihe surety  was prepar-   I'110-   ������",cui1 fc������"."R^������h *"*    Vl������'  od    hy Collins,    .ind     it is believed   lQ*"''   ',',,,,"' ., "  '    .  '    lhjv.sclwxlule  drafted  by   the meet-  that that astmte  individual exercisel|.  considerable  foresight in  diawiug, it|in* ls aS ,0,,������*s-  up and picpaied it in such a    man- j 'LADYSMITH  ner    th .t his   sudden    disappearance I Home Gaines.  would not  cause a tuither diain   on j  the, purses  oi_ his "wife"  and  "deai-  ly .ielovfrt" niothci-in law.   -.  I'lesiduig Judge Giaham is holding couit at Ins home tonighl, aw--  aitmg a rejoit fiom tlie police.  VALENCIA  DISASTER  ItEl������ORT HELD BACK  Lad) smith ^.s  Eagles-^A pi il  2D  Lady&riiith  vs.  Kelu\n2ci-:May ���������(>.  Ladysmitli1 \-i>.  Eigles'-^Jiji \ 21  Lad.i smith vs. Reliance���������Jul>   13  I ad.'snith vs., Rclidiicc^-Aug-1!)  i adysniith" \ sP IrJag-les���������A������g-2<������.  '    ���������> :     G������mes -Away.  Ladysmith vs.  Eagles=-May 27.  ,,.,.,        ,      i'o    n    ���������       r ji     Lad,fs mlh s.  Reliance���������Jiuaf d  Wash in. ton, Apnl 8.���������Copie-i-ol Uie ,-, --, *      ,,    ��������� - r- ��������� i*       i .    ,..  , -J, 4l        , . , Lad s-nith \s: Eagles���������July 2).  ro| ort of " thc committee which invest i<j,ated tho Valencia disaster were  doli'.eroi to tluce press associations  today 'lhc report is to be held  in confidence by tle->e associations  until Sunday, April 15 although  they are permitted to distubiitc it '|.*aK|e.s Vs  to tlnir clients under an injunction |_4-a���������i-S ^jj  of s-ciccy. 'filgles  '11k- iM-miois- of the state dclega- j.-a>*pS  tion wish to have the lepoit s-.nl ^nies  to congiess (where it would imme- i.-a.,|es  diately l.e made public) at the carli- j  est possible moment, in ordei that -(."anies,  il. may lo used as m argument in Eagles  favor of seveial measures of the leg- Eagles  is'aticn growing out of the Valencia Ea���������lis  di.sastei. The session is .advancuig, ' j.^apies  and no  time is to be lest. !  'Ihe commissioneis   then sei\3=;,    L  O   Murray anl II.  Knov Smith,     re- I    '  comniended   the   legislation  in    o,ues- I  tion,  and they acquncscc in the ar^u-   Keliinee vs  ment that the report should |>c  sent   Reliance'vs  to congress  and made public without   Reliance vs  dp,a>' . *   'Reliance vs  No'c-rth less, when the     Associated   Reliance vs  Press  as'ied   to be   pernutlod to tele-   Rei'ance vs  graph     lo     its nearly 3,000 newspa- I  L.d siiitli vs.rReliance���������Aug 5.  Lad sniUi-vs. KLhariice���������Sept   9.  Lad> smith vs.  Eagles���������Sept   16.  EAGLES.  '        t  Home Games  Reliantetr-May "17.  Lad\smith���������June 3.  ,  -Reliance���������July  19.  Ladvsmith���������Aug 5  Reliance���������Sept.  (J.  Ladj smith���������Sept.  1(1  Away Games  Ladysmith���������April 2!).  Lr A j smith���������JVIay  17.  Reliance���������June 7.  Reliance���������July  5.  Lad.,smith���������July 29.  Reliance���������Aug   23.  Ladysmitli���������Sept.   10.  RELIANCE.  Home games.  , Ladysmith���������June 3.  ,  Eagles���������June 7.  ,   Eagles���������July 5.  Ladysmith���������Aug 5.  Eagles���������Aug.  23.    '  Ladysmith���������Sept.  9.  Away Games  .visilois'  foi wai ds,  who  weie continual 1,   cariyi"^  the  ball  into   Nanai-  ,nio's tcnitory.  j    At    halt  t'mc the fa������ne*'\vas   even  up,   ueithei   side  having scoictl,   but  dining the last half of  lhe game tin*  st oi nitq con.mc-iceil, and at a  n;inutp I  fiom     1 lie    call  of    time, the scoio  sto.'. 1    cue    all       Both  teams  now  mnil:* dts eiate ciTorts to score,   but  tlie  tj*tes  weie with  t'he    home   eleven, .,n I  Cahleili-xd dio e the sphere  bstvvc".n    the  posts   for   the deciding  goal  THE RING-  WANTED THE  MONEY  The Vancojvcr WoiUI =:a*,s Little  did the cili-'eis of Vancouver think  o-n Wclresday night tint grim mutiny, s'ich as made the Russian hat-  llcship Kmaz Potern'm 'riiovvii over  the world, had rt.an-vd lls^boma head  Af the- *I)ui c " of |  en cd,today. The entire population  rushed to tlie streets in' tenor,  iniiiy (orsens cry.ng "The Madonna  has fcrsakm usi" '"lhe end of the  W( rhl  h.s come'"  Ko trace of I'avjo Tie Case, a  community on thc southern declivity  of thc mountain, where up fo forty  hours ago, t-n thousand rcisonx lived, and Tone Animn/iat.1, on the  fhor'es of the Bay of Naples, one  mile to tic southward, is almost sui  io nde.l by the in.ading lava and  h.s Leen evacuated by its 30,000 m-  'liahitants  Thc reople weie brought to Naples  by trains, street cars, military cuts  and steamships. Transportation facilities have been sent to Tone del  Gieco to take away the jcople Tlie  police and carbineers are guarding  the alandoned houses, and te eial  inc-mler-j of the Go.'eminent are also  there.  slipped fiom  tlu- rock*-, and in   order land her officers express themselves as  to. recover the remaining  sixty   to .*  it will   now   be necessary  to  put  di-:  vers to  work  The Reit'ar, which reached port  yesterday, uii(\jr pilotage of Captain  Clnistenson, of Yictonn, has loided  a!oil 2,2t0 tons, and will Ica.e  I oi t    af*out    ci^ht      o'clock tonight.  ])leased  with  tlie change.     '-"ft    gLes  them,  they say, a chance to breathe  once in'a  while, whereas, on the dai- ,  ly  service between  Seattle  and  Victoria,      they  had  not  a minute     to  spaic  in  order   to  keep' en    schedule-  time.  With    the coal  taken out   bv    tlie  As'e.l    as  lo  ������ what other steamers _ Rcidar and other boats, there will be  work in  tho    mines  tomorrow,   and ���������  j ro' ably next day, and providing the.,'  Titania  con.es .jn    as cx-ecied,    tbe-  nvineis  will  lit-iely be kfipt busy this   '  week.  werc    due,      Cap?.   Chiistenson   said  tliat  while hc luul   no   definite infor  iiKitnii, be thought  that thc Titania  v.oildboiii  a^oit Thursday  for    pait  of a    cargo.     She   is due    Nanaimo  NANAIMO NEWS NOTES  Woi'd was received in thc city  jeslerday that Mr. Manifold nnd  party hud lencbecl Telegraph Creek  on their v\a\ into-"the Rosella mining proi-eriics. rl'ho Party was in  the l*st, of health and making  good   tiiim.  left for their home in Quesnelle,  where they resided for some Mime  afLerwards removing to , Carbonado,   in   the Ci-ows'   Nest Pass where  i t  the Doctor lias been the Miners'  surgeon for the past two years.  Jtusiness yin that locality, however,  has keen very quiet for some time  Stockett roturnod last night' from' and the doctor has decided after a^  The   "P.-I"  says:    John  L.     I-liso   a  short  visit to Van-o.iver. [brief -visit  in this city to open   up a    practise 'in    Mission     B.   C. a town  Two young lads named   Melzer Wil- ! that  is 'forging     ahead     with  rapid  OVSTER RESERVES  TO  OPEN   APRIL  10  Mrs.    ]1r     floe-lo and  Miss.    M.  It.  land,   the newly  appointed   fsh  commissioner,    has     just returned   from  Willapa hari.oi,  where be  made  pre-   ley    nml Albert Taylor    received s*er  paiations for opening  the state ovs-  ions injuries      on     Friday'.^.evening.  hy   being   (brown     "out"    of    a      rig  strides.  ...Mr.' and 3U.rs.*JaiiU������'Millihorc.   aij:  BOXING CONTEST  The forfeit money has been postal,  and   all  oihei      aiiaiu^cnunts    'made  I foi a l.oMiig contest ibe-tvvcen Jcif  Il.nniv, ol Camp 0, and Fian^ Fei-  n..n. le/,     of    Cheniain_s     Mr   Dave  ��������� Jon?*, is sta'-choldei, and the   foifeit  Willi in   the   lanls  ( o naiudit's  -Own    Rillts       That   it Ster rcstr.es;  for thj  lonrin^    seasjn.  {was  hied  by   an  anuchist  tlicie    can   Wl'cn  seen by���������a  "P.-T" reporter,    at draivi   by  a  runaway   horse.   One   of'rived'.,   from   Vancouver   last   "night*  bc no doubt,    b-ecai.se  the niutinrers , the Seattle   bote',   be said: the hoys- were  picked     up    untonsc- 'on a' short, ,-_visit   to  ohl       friends.  j;ave.  as  a   i������a:;on     foi   then   tei,ribb2 (    "-I  ha-e just come  in  from  the oy- ious,    .hi.s  face     and    "head       bfdng  m     this     city. - Mr.   Millmoro is-an  action   the  fact   lhat tliey   weie   not   "ter  reserves  at Willapa  harbor  and badly     cut,'    while     h:s   compan on.'.old  resident     of this  city,      having-  to   be      J'iiid    ' foL   jarading     in   the   w'"   ff������ back   to   Bellingham   to.moi- i-c������ceived      *  wvire gash     over     the 'ccmoved to San Francisco    a     num-  j Eagles  Eagles  vs.  vs  vs.  vs.  vs.  v&.  vs  vs.  vs  \S  vs  Reliance   vs    Lad}smith���������May   f>.  Reliance vs "Eagles���������May,--17,  Reliance vs   Laxlvsmith���������July  15.  Rci.a-ce vs.  Eagles���������July  19.  Reliancc-v  s.v Ladysinith��������� Aug   19.  Reliance" vs.' Eagles���������Sept.  (i. * . * * *  nunc;,   has   1 ecu deposited with him  Hy the teims of the a;ju'cment the (|lclt they can be cbpendel on in a  hujil is to be foi one bundled dol- cums 'Jhi? inutinous diuniniers and  lais a si le, and gate receipts <|t is bug.eis' weie told to linn m all tliey  lo tiie | lice at the local Opeia \uv\ leloiiging to t'e rogiinent ami  House on Sat'i.lay evening, May lit mn away home to thcu'-nuimmas^  Two foui-iound pielniHiiaries aie bo- It may be said ih.il the rimming aiianged for,, and, altogothci, nicis and buglets, who "sir ck" are  the contest piomisrs to be interest- to0 vo'*ni; to he ta! en on the  ing Tie loggris fiom Camp 6 aie strength of the legiment They are  ex-e-tediin a lody, while l-'-ernande/.' prov-ided ���������with instruments and gf en  friends from t'liC'inainus vvill be there free inuisical   training.    Some of   the  b    m  11-u   will  guaid  of honoi   for   the     Pnnce     of   i'ow.     The o; ster  business  is  in   thc  Connaiight,   the  sen  of  the man    af- , best  prs-.ible  condition and   tins yeai  tei      whom    the  i������3gunent is nimed. , we  will  plant  nearly  twice  as many  liav.c  any  lhat  is  most     cteihtaljle  and shows'previo is vear.     Tlie   tonging    season  will last irom Apnl 10 till May 20,  unless the commission shall see fit  to clc&e  it at an  earlier date   While  'jIk'  0,'hceis  lac d-   the fearful   s tua- |caiio.uis of Eastern oysters as  ticm   with      a c-ouranje and  coolness, ; '"Ocn  planted   at  that point  in  eye.  at.  grossing  coverv.  of  years      ago.    w-liege  he    has  engaged,   in   I bo    lodging  toward re   house' busine's.     and has been      very  I  for  to see  the best man "win.  PAY DAY ON  THE 14th.  ��������� ���������������*���������������������  ��������� ������ ��������� *  i bovs had heard -that- bugle hands in  guards--of honor are paid. '1 hey are  if they arc on the strength of the  regiment. Today some of them are  very sorry and would like to be ta-  1 en -hae'e. They were engaged to  play iu the procession at a dollar  a;iieco and in,striking foi the fit)  ecu Is, tliey have lost a chance of  earning twice that amount.  * P-ayday    fir     the    minors  this*  * month   will   come,   en Saturday, *  " (be    fourteenth,,   instead    of the*  * first Sat-', rday   following the*   fit- *  teen ih,  as   is  usual lv  the crsi.    " *  ***.#���������  VICTIMS OF  -        HOTEL ACCIDENT  peis a 1500-wond sjnopsis of the ic-  poit at once, the request was lcfus-  ed by Mess is Mm ray and Smith  They said arbitrarily that-the.report  was given out for mailing to newspapers; that it must not he telegraphed, nor any intimation of 'its  contents given '��������� until a weak from  next  Sunday.  ___-_:_4���������_ . ._ ���������������������������  MOTIVE FORCE  GAVE OUT  Mr. and Mrs. ' Bennett, of Che-  inaiims, passed through Ladysinith  yeslerday to Nanaimo, and on their  return, vvene (lelaye.l for several  ���������hours' here owing to the battery on  the'machine giviing oif. N'2vv batteries Were secured and while getting the machine into eondilion, Mr.  Bennett  mot   with   a slight accident,  sleam     escaping     from   the    water  , bc)/lios ; of: thPsof >vh(J . Pcrishe<1  tank,  the water having become heat-   1"-,   by thu- coliapse;.   of tho.  ed  from ' friction,    and  burning      bis   Zaim    Hirsclien   f Stag  Hotel)      tuoi*. iut wnit.h      I)r      iMschecl.-,   tho Jlin  face sliohtly. place    ta'day   by twos -and  threes,   so   ��������� ��������� o  that three    pastors    vvhocaiue from |  A Chicago judge declared the other neighboring village's might read the ,  day that tne greater part ,. of the services" by ' the gravt side at each,  crime of the city was traceable, to interment." where thc nearest kin ]  t'he low saloons, 'It has been decid. tmw eurfcll upou the collin, accorded to apply tbe funds raised by the -ng-l0 the (k-r.nan custom, a he pas-'  new high     license    fee,   which  is ex-   tol..of   Xa-r���������ld.     Rev.       nurcd'inger  Are Buried by Twos and Threes-Sad  *. ���������   Scenes Enacied at the  Cemetery  Nagold, Black Forest, South G-or- The whole community and many of  many, April 7.���������The -burial of 50 .tho .inhabitants of the neighboring  bodies    of. tiipso,,who   perished   April '���������,liv.-e-s    took'    part . in   the       funeral  tor  of    Isagold,  poctwl    to  drive    the little rumholcs   VonWafrt is   among  lhe dead.    The  out of business, to increasing the po sorl.owrul scenes at tho cemcter.y  lice force. It is a part of the in- san at 9 o'clock in the morning  equality of legislation that the or- ���������hen tho m.s(_ co(nins wero horne un  dcrly places of pjitertainment should th, shouldors of the toWnamen in  be ided for the sake of ralucing- the tho streets to-tho ���������cemetery.'. This  evils produced by the otiicr sort.- ' 0ntinued ^ late [n ^ atornoau  New York Sun, | .       .  boie\   a rvjecs     Cor all  the   dead yeslerday,  took I  ui.    v\ 111Cll HI". XI.-.VI!<.-<-  istcr of Interior of V/urtemburg,.  as repi-L'senlati'vo of the' King of  WuitL'inburg   was present'.  -Although the burials proceeded,  tho work among the ruins of the  hot;! -which had been continued during the night by the light of great  toivhes east in the forest went  be on today, special parties of workers  from other villages coining to relieve I hose who were xcahusted. One  mora body was found this; morning,  l.mt il.e directors- of the search affirm  that  it  is lmpossiblo   for     any  more, ootid or injured '"to be within.-the.ruins. ������ The .search is kept up  to satisfy families of'three, missing  pursousvvhose relatives--stand outside  tbe line, crying or imploring the directors to continue the search-espee-  iu.lly as several persons- who have  I'vcn given up for dead, ' wore" found  in tho cellar protected b.\ bea.ihs  from hiindivtis of tons oi vruken  ���������iuoi|) puno.iu . possum - >[.ro.vv >io;.i(|  The landlord of a neighboring hotel  Herr Widnuiyei-,' follrthrough' the  Hoof of tho Stag hotel, upon an  oven and was heard to cry in  anguish, *'I burn, I burn. ' he  was fo'nd dead, his bad  roasted. The unshod used' in  jnck' ,g up the build-rig which collapsed was called "American,"'  and u local singing club sang  shortly 'before the calamity .a song  Celebrating this pian, written by  Nagold poet. Tin- Mayor of Nit-  gold when reproached for allowing  such' c" ovvcls ta assemble- at the hotel when it was lifted above its  foundation. cited the fact that the  previous year, while a tavern at  Alli-nstein in the Nagold valley,  was raised up n the same manncr-  a wedding occurred then;, and not  only wns the hotel tilled. ' but th.;  festivities included dancing. The pro  prietor of the Altonstcin Tavern s  among the persons injured hi' the  destruction of. the Stag Hotel. His  le-j.s are both broken. The proprietor of the Stag Hotel fell into  the cellar but escaped With . slight  injuries.  Both lads received medical  aid   ber  once  and are  reported  as        pro-   since   been  verv  favorably  i  successful.     j\rr.    Millmore  vvas    jced     to vacate    bis     premises       in  Among the passengers on the SS. San Frnncis^o owing to the own  Joe-* last evening from Vancouver ers tearing down tho building to  were     Dr.     A.   Jl.      jVtorgan.        anc.1  make way'      for   a  moie   modern-,  wife   who are  in   ih=   city paying     a   building.,  attending the session  of the commas-  visit    to   Mrs.   T. Morgan,       XTcol I    Belie/ing    Vancouver    to   bc     the  sicn a   few days ago  at  Olympia wc   street        It  is   four  years   ago  since   coming city   of  thc  Pac fie  loo'c ste;s to  file on  oyster plats at  Willapa,     which,    for soiir.e    reason,  povv Mrs. Morgan. whom tho Doc- ing in Nanaimo will return to Ih,;  tor had mot wnne iirieuuing , Mc-, Terminal city and look over the  ���������Jill Colhyo, Montreal, Aft-r (be ground with the object of opening  wedding        tbe Doctor  and   his   wife'up in business.  coast,  tliat I cr.nnot explain, had been neglected by the former land commissioner.  the   doctor was in Nauamio,   the  oo-   Mr.    Millmore      decice<l     to  remove  casicm     being   tbe     wedding,    to   thc  thereto,     and after a few days' visit  COAL IN CHINA.  The coal mines of Manchuria are  dcsjiibod by the Belgian consul at  TLntsin. Thc Russians did not achieve success in the mines thev opened at Ventni and abandoned them  iu favor oi mines at Fuchr.ng, situated east of MuK-'i?n, on the Ilung-  rio, which Mr. Tanaka, diicolor of  mints at Tokio, states are \eiy rich  in coal. 'Iheir value has been estimated at ? 150,000,000 1o 3-2~>0,000,-  0)0. From boiings cairied out bv  the .Lapanese   it ap;������.\us  thai,  in one  INSPECTOR DICK'S REPORTS ENDORSED  Mr.  part of  the    Fueli-ang     district,  the  uul  layers'.of coal are 100 feet thick  of good -quality. A san.pie of inferior Manchurian coal recently analyzed at Tokio was declared to be  superior to the first .quality Japaiir  ese coal.  ATMLKTrt!  SMOKER.  The  Athletic. Club  have lonp hud  a  record as- good e-nteriaimers,  ami last  another      list  !U-  pro-  nigh't's   smoker    added  ���������,t6 their successes.  ,    Quite  a larg<^ number  were in  tendance    and      the      folio winy  being   gram was carried out:  Piano Solo��������� O.   Robinson.  Songs���������Geo.   Home.  IJ.tn.io Duet���������Messrs. Gallant and  Kendull.  Mouth-organ Duet���������Messrs. Fret-thy  and Horne.  -' fn tho four-round boxing bout between O. Lawrence and M. Martin,  bonois were about even, and in -he  wrestling contest hotuvon Clark and  Weeks, Svvan.son and Hough. 'IJuiidoli  and Hoy, Koine fast work was indulged  in.  During the evening light refreshments were served and altogether a  pleasant evening was dpent 'by all  present, and a tidy .sum realized for  shis   workllv   institution.���������Herald.  Irate Wife���������1 want to know, sir,  what time it was when you got  home  last night?  Iltsl:and (meel-ly) ���������A quarter of  twelve,  my dear.  Irate Wife���������Twelve, nothing! The  clock had Just strut*]-:   three,  and���������  Husband (triuniphaiitly)���������Well, a-int  Uat a, quarter of twelve?���������Judge.  Tnomas   Budge   After   Making  Thorough Investigation of No. 1  Finds Everything O.K.  The Herald of Sunday morning,  says: ,  It became known in Nanaimo- today that the report of Mr. Thomas  Budge, who has, as a special agent  of the (lovi-i tnnent, been inspecting  tho underground workings of certain  swetions of No. One Mine, belonging  to the Wcstc.ru VivA Co., had be*������;n  sent, on to tbe (Joverr-ment. A.s the  matter is ><>f very great interest to  every inhtibi'iant of I ho city The Herald h.:s tried -diligently to .obtain a  copy-of Mr- Uudge's report for publication.  At the ollice of lhe Western Fuel  Company, "a representative of The  Herald ' was informed that iit was  true that. a. report bad been rendered  lhe Government by IIr: Budge, and  a copy of the same was in possession of the manager, and that it was  realized th.it the employees and tho  gener.il public were entitled to know  its contents, but -that Mr. Budge  was, it was understood, tho proper  person to give out the report to the  public Mr. Budge was seen and asked for the report,'tout courteously  st'utcd that he did not understand  that it was his place to give out  the report, as he thought it should  come through th- Minister of Mines.  A telephone" mossat-c*- to Victoria then  elicited the'following facts: That Mr.  lUidce endorses in every-"material  part" thc last report of Inspector  Dick, and of the Mines Comniit'tee  who rendered a report on March 10,  after a thorough and exhaustive examination of every part pf the mine, publicity  It is understood that Mr. Budge who,  holds a Miry Manager's certificate,  and is secretary of the Miners'. Examining Board, states without reserve that' hi is entirely satisfied  with' conditions as ho finds them.  In rc-fercn.'e to the section of No.  One Mine that; is l>eing pumped out,  Mr. Budge states that with the drawing oil of the water, some of the old  workings now flooded, will continue  to require attention. This part of  the mine as vvell'as all other parts  being in the hands of careful and  competent men. Mr. Budge spent  several days with experienced assistants in making his examination, and  it is most satisfactory to all residents of the community that thc wild  and entirely untruthful stories. tliaL  hnve gene out about tho workings  being unsafe are disproved. Inspector Dick, a thoroughly qualiAcd man.  first reports tho mine in good condition: a Miners' Goniin.Ueo.com-  PO-.-W1 of men  recognized by then   el-  ow workimn and selected by Item  as bein--- thoroughly qualified, eu.rors.  ed the' Inspector's report, now a  Mine Manage.-, .selected by the .Government. uFtor a thorough examn a-  Mom confirms the .previous rcpoiis.  ������ 'rZcrs that have so inchistr.^y  Circulated untruthful rumors pf the  unsatisfactory and change���������us. condi-  td.m'ol lhe Western Fuel Company s  mines at Nana-lmo,  should, in  Mstlco  n   Narnimo,  give  these;  most    satis-  L0ctor���������and  truthful   report9     octual  ��������� !    '.  'V  >-'41  -/-"nt  :r:,v.  - i  -*,*������ ���������ff-w^JwUkj-p^atr*^**^^^,  "K jSS.���������-fcs���������-   ���������"j'j^jVA. ������  ���������*-WL<.-V>. -TjU/.wJTA-Art-.,3,--">'"(i----e  tifc.-s^Ks-^-ii������-^K������v%ir-^j-rf^������,1-^r'*'i-  UM * *^i ^"iT** i-W-Jdir-u. j s~ hj^u-j^i _ ������  (J .k-Ium-M..* *tWnmH/i -T.-yf <>������!** ltWO**W jffutJOUOa  -ItWOil iar-i.JJi^*tttJ������^t-^_l!  cijuu-ui  Bktr*>^������Mie.������'w  ���������-i__7  ~J"  IB  7"  991  m  i f  If -  *4K..  v. i  "-J s  75  *sv  ft  H  &'  A"  3*3 1  *#<:  1'  *T  8  -&*���������  Si-  'If  Sf  |-  f  ���������ft  & ..  i  ^  DUL  fHl I/JLHIIUR  ���������ubliedeif    pvery   day except  Sunday  3V IHE        DAILY        LEDGEF  COMPANY  OFFICE   AT LAD-j SMITH  SUBSCRIPTION   PRICE  cents   a  month,    $5   per   year    in  ���������dvance      Advertising rates on ap  ii/ical ion  I^DGK*  MONDAY  Apnl   0,   1900  sunshine  WUlJvJKURNISII   ROOMS  BAR. S*ui'PI.I2D WI'. H UH- V -1  V-"**t������b LIQUORS. CIGARS - '  ENORMUS  LOAN FOR  St. IVt-er'-bmy, April 7���������"1 he ttech ,  today savs Rus-sia hopet. lo_(-l STLjU- j  OOd.UlU) fiom tbe loan Uio yovorii-  niciit is now nogoiiiiiing, ami that  the (iovei iuiu.nl has ollcivil oxecpl ion t  al - U-rnis io tin- l-miki-is in order toj  tonclude the iii-yotiiUiciis before lhe  Ru.s-i.iii pat biitiii n; ns*-oniij'u- The  lla(.lii.'.ili Hoin.-i.illy hvlii-v*- Um l il the  (���������'O-ti.-iiiiiiLiil , sm-c-ci-ils in HHmy Iho  uiii' chi'st vvil'h .such uii enormous  sum, it will lie in H po.sit-ion t'osiicijjl  Us hngoi-s <ii ji.ti-liinuciii, Cinlj b.v ���������  IvLUpjn^ tlio Cioici nmuit in clue  sluiiis do ihoy bolievo it will be io:e  ed to julcl to tho jionulnr tl-mauds  lor rofoim. l'|.on ilio lvquest ol lhe J  Itlinistur of lhc Inlenoi, /Lhc (.'ouiu-jl'  ol the Elliptic has int-rt-asv.fi tlio appropriation for the usual police by  over  $1,3110,0110.  St. 1-Vtoi.sburg, Apiil 7.���������A panic  has been created in government c-i/-  ,cles by the surprising strength developed by the Constitutional Democrats in the elections, which may  have immediate and dramatic con-  .secjuenwjs, Thc issue lietwecn reaction and reioi-m, which has begun in tbe balance, has boon unexpectedly     precipitated     by     J'roinioi- j  - Witte.      The elections  have     greaib, '  "strengthened     the  I'remier's       hands'  in his iig.ht against the reaction-1  ists. and hc now leels .stiong e-:  riouyh to challenge General Tro- '  'poll   und Minister   of   Interior    Durn-  - ovo,  and  tho cneire reactionai-y cab-  ba*l.      Less   ih.ru a  i"oitni_'ht   ago. !  the fJiemier was  decidedly pfssimist u  that   the   lower   house   of   pai-linnioiit  would be const'i-v'a1 ivc, and    that  '   the   entire       proyiauime     for  ABBOT  rule  .Huimalt   & Nanaimo Railway  Easter Holidays  ! A. J. McMUK'! Rl :F froprieor  UDYS-MHU. H. c  Excursion Kates  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  . ' i������> effect Letvvecn all Stations  Good tables and gooc   Tickels &Qcd frQm FridaF(. A,}riI ,Sj_ to    Alcn lay, - Aj.ril   I61h.,  inchaive.  PORTLAND  DAVID  I1YNKS, Tropiietor.  I  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra  well  Stocked  This  Hotel  has    been  completely       renovated.  Board a������d 'odging $1.00 per day.  HOTEL-  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  ������ar Supplied   with   the  Best    W'nes, 'st Avenue   -.  ���������-���������  '  Liquors and  Cigurs  Ladysmith fi.C>  Special Tran Service  , In.'Effcc'. mi  Good Friday aid lia&t&r'Monday  Afternoon  trains lea*.ing  Lad; siiith,   Noith o'n.d,   at (i:<15   p.'m.  Afternoon  trains-'leav ing   I odystnith  ,Soi" h o nd at 500 p.  m.  Re������gular train service'Saturday, 1-lth,  and'Sunday 15th.  G, L,. Courtney,      ^ *   ( .  f r t        -   i* x i f ' f e  ^ \    "    ' District Pessenger Agent  1  PAJKT1NG   AND   hAFBRiiANGIM.  Neatly and Artistically Done  Orders Promptly   Executec  S. ROEODING  ������M     mf        mr        mi  -   LADYSMITH  the   part of the lower house-   of par-   ment     ot,      or  in   any  way  ileal ing  liament     for     a   con,l.Union   by tlu-   ������*h ***��������� he!(1  bJ'  the������'-  of caPital  f  a  constitution       before . permitting,    or consenting to assign-  ' slock i!n Toronto Life Insurance Co.  Thc argument will be hearti ori Monday.    Best   accommodation   for   transient  md pennant-lit bomders and  lodgers  ('JWAND       HOTKL  -This new Hotel has been comfort  a -ly furnished and the bar is up-to  d-tc. Rales $1.00 a day and up  w \rds.  WM.  BBVERIDGE. Prop  %i*1������.i>a<)������    ������������������   '���������������������������    ���������*   -���������'  T ������.^*������B-m|ll  HOTEL   DOMINION  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK���������  and  ���������WHITE   LABOR���������  Employed Only  issuance    ol  same time marl-- h s t-hangc oT policy by the proclamation of general Amcsty at ICasler. The pie-  miei- ih also unclerstood to have  poinlecl out that suth a t our->o vv ouhl  mate a splendid  impression   A  ,  Tokio,   April 7.���������Tk-Ii! Marshal   Oy-I  pi-o.uininnie     for   iVorm ' ama,  Chief or tho Gf-neml     slnliV    ���������** |  niij-ht  be   overthrown.       The      ivsnll  retiring at his- own i epics!, and Gen  oral LSnron K'oilania, Governor General of the Island ol I'oi uuiW will,  bo .appointed chief oi the general  (s������tafi. 'Lieut. Goiural Sakum.i will  thwart  the   populai will   M,ct.oc,i t!on. Koclama    ns     (Jovx-rnoi  of   the     elections,      however, ton  \ii cod  him   rhat   the   radicals wil  "control   the   house   and   thivt  an at  tempt     to  General  of  Formosa.  a.s      expressed     by   the   ballot       bo\  vvoiili".1  be   a  fatal   bli'iicler     on     Ih   <  part   of  the      government.       T(   v as   ' MORROCCA-X PROTOCOL  -leamen Irom     an     ii*miii|\'^c.Ml)l.- | IS   SIGNED,  source   ,    tonight     that   the    piemioi '    Algociras,   April   7.���������The    signature  journeyed    to Taisl.no Sclo on   rhuis  day        to law         Ibis             view  before the eiri'K?roi  and   made allotb  or  trip  to Tsarl-oc Solo   !a--L    n i>b,  and   was closeted     with     His  Ma���������  ���������nd-  Algociras,  of the* Morroccan piotc.cal Inda.v  ed tho confeirnce t n Moi i-ott mi .-e-  forms, wbjeh was inioi-iiiallj .d|oii;n-  ' cl sine die, altei nc-arl,*, tln.-i loiir.'ii'-*  ol labor. Tho" delegates Mj l -d the  written ton.v of tbe ln-olocol ��������� l*,i'i  wnl he piosoived n; iho Ar.-n .t-s at  csty  until  aftor  niidmgbi        The   nn-   Madrid.  pression is" abroad that the snuo^  t'.f tbe Constitutional PeinouaK  will cnsui-i- tho success ol (he foi  oign lo.'ui wh;ch tho go\ ei nnu-nl i-  in suth ur^onl need of. 'I'omon-nw i  2S provincial conventions will meet  and   celot-t.     1R7    members    of th *  lower     homo      of pin liament Tli ���������  present representatives have ;i  large majority over all iho o'h i  elas-es coinbinod. and thonldt1."  radicals mate an.vthint; lil'e th*-  sweep which f bev anticipate, th-  Kmpcnor probably wifl be toinpel  led lo yield to the prem ci's a I  vice. .\t anv rate ho stems to  resign hnn.solf on tho side, of the peo  pl������.  The position  ;s   dcspevalc. and tin,.,  has  come  between  hiinsolf     and     In  tcrior     INlinislor     Durnovo,     and  conncilled   J lis Majesty      not        on \  to ac-opl     the testilt of  tbo   oleciions  but. to anl itipato     any    deni and     on  YORK  ('Ol  \T\' LO iV  Toion'o        Out..      Apnl   7.���������\.      I\  Douglas.  K (' ,  ;,nd   C.   |1    Scott,     lor  Ih*   National   Tnisf   Co,   liqiii,'i.*.i oi.������ '  ol   the   Yoik   Count v    I inin   havi   been  granted   loinio.-n   inuijwtion-.   against .  th-'   Georgian   Hrd-on    Lillian      llud-   ",vlin  1'01 ���������  nuts from  t uiii'fei i ma.   a^'^iun >-,   or  she  had   never  been   Ucs.d  WIFE  FOR 27 YEARS NEVER  WAS KISSED.  "No, I was never hissed by a man  in my life, and I never kissed, a man  not even my husband," sawl Mrs.  EKua Liebc, during the trial of her  husband's suit for divorce before  Vice ChanCDllcr" Kniciy in Newark  the otbei 'day.  "Vou say you were never Kissod?"  she was  asked.  "That's a fact. Even dm ing ojr  coimship .1 ivc er Ms;cd my husband,  aii, 1  he  li'Cver  1-as.sed  me.  Mrs Liele. i.s the wife of Henry  Liobe, of Riooklyn. They have live  children and have b������?n mariicd 27  years The couple hxve bcon separated for sivUen yeais and had not  met (lurinp; that time until yestci-  day when thev fatori each other in  com I.  ?������Iis Liele, who was Miss Newell,  said her mother was a niece- of thc  bite l-etcr Ballantine, a Newark  bievvci Her hi'sl.-rnl owns some  valea'lo iiropci ty in N'Pwi.r'-.'.  Dui m.t*;  th.> (liveiue snt this   Sbcri  clan   was   accused   ol     heing  friendly  t.n.l  the  statement     that  tbe  -    (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith  ii  klV  OALEDOkSAN  ��������� K.des .fl 2-������J ��������� i..1*1.60���������  "������������������������������������h bnh" 'i  M.H 6tc-ambo;it   hind*.;'i<h and  11 v.av dt'tin*0      Eleclr-e es1   _������v-iry (iv.  ru (nitfs  r< ail pans c   tb"' city.,.  Bai  nnd table uneyi-p-led  i v  K. BAYNES, PropMBtor,  ABBOTT  ST.,   VANCOUVER  B, C.  Leads Them    AH  IS QUALITY'  Under, Managment '  ,-  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C  Jas. R/;McKinnel  Proprietor."  Commercial Mens'  headj������:)'/ters.  JUodcrn  and      Strictly  First  Clats.  '   I'Trc Troof     Buildikg.'      '   j-  -:o:  R. P. RITIi ET,  & Co.,  Ltd  _     Pacific Coast  VICTORIA.   ���������:  :-  Agency.  ���������--     -:   ���������Bi  WANTKD���������l',y Chicago wholesale  house, special repicsentative (nian/or  woman) for each province in Canada.  Salary $20 00 - and expenses paid  weekly. Expense money advanced.  Business successful; position' permanent. No investment required. Previous experience not essential to en-  gaging.      _ , _        ,-,    ,  Address Manager, 132 Lake.Street,  Chicago,  111., U.S.A. \%   '     "'  1  I  Ticket and  Freight Oibcj,  Government Street.  Transcontinental  Trains Daliy  -'   '     '   The' New" Train'  ORIENTAL LIMITED,  The .Train of  Ease,   Elegance, -Excellence.  Every mile a 'picture, " and  no smo'e to spoil the view.  Through Com'partriicnt, Ob-  "servation and Pullman Sleepers;' also Through. Toi.rist  Car's to Chicago. -  At antic Steamship Bisune'as t7 Europe  '' (' ia our Specialty  . . Union    Terminals   with . all  SUame'r lines.  :   Berth .reservations by wirel  .Great Northern S.S. Co.   '  FOR JAPAiV   AND  CHINA.  -, S. S. Minnesota   will   sail .  , from. Seatjtlc*. April 2flth.  Vot rates/folders  and .full  information,   call on  or    address, '    ,  S. Q'. yEHKES,  ���������,  A.G.P.A.," Seattle,'Wash. ���������  , E.Ri 'STEPHEN,    ,      ,      ��������� i  VGeii: ''Agent,' Vi.c'toria,' B.C.'  .  I  TICKET OFFICE 1  Cor. Government and fates Sts  VICTORIA, B   G.  M  I  {  J  I  k  j  I  Trains daily (0 St. Paul,  -Mianoapolis, Duluth   and  East.  -1"  i  Trains    daily     to Reiner,'  Omtllia, Kansas City, St.  Louis '  aiM   Eu'st -  and  So'uthcast.  Atlantic Steamship Tickets on  sale to and from'all European  Points  This is thc ONLY  line       to  , YELLOWSTONE PARK.  jTomist sleepers on all trains  1 For parti'culais eaTi on or  ��������� write E. E. Blackwood, General Agent,  Victoiia,  B.C.  THeCITYMARK0T.  R. Williamson Prop        t.  ist, Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  . ti -i. i  was  answei  to  the  charge.  MWI  *^v^" * *iT.������~"t  Ask Tor  ��������� WATSON'S  STOVES! STOVES!  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Pan ems--We do  Ai | kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53 ' P. 0. Box 42.  ������������������������..������..:.*..:*..0..*~:.*..*..*..  ,.*..������..*.���������*..������.  ���������.:���������*������������������:���������������..*..  ..J..������..������^#..������..������4.������..t..tH������������l������. ������������������������������������������������������������!  WM.   MUiVSIH,  President     J.  W.  COHUKN,  ���������Telcphane  'J-(i.   .  Manawinj' Director.  Every good dealer'carrles thi-; I  ��������� F*i  Bool. Take no substitute  MEN'S KIP WHOLE BACK  BOOTS have doublet sole and  slip, Hungarian nailed and  standard screw fastened, high  or low cut  The  mot   popular  Miner's  Boot  ever turned out of a  factory  lAY GO,  Sole   Agents"for B.   C.  >ooJe  VANCOUVER, B, C,  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING  REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal   lands   may   be   purchased at $10 per acre for soft coal   and  $20  for   anthracite.   Not  more  than  i 320 acres can  he acquired by one individual  or company.    Royalty ..i the  ' rate..;.of ten cents per  ton  of a,000  j pounds'"'shall      be  collected  on  thV  I gross  output.  Quartz���������A free miner's certificate is  granted  upon  payment  in advance of  $7.50   per   annum   for   an   individual,  \ and from $50 to SI00 per annnm lor  . a company, according to capital.  A      free  miner,  having  discovered  mineral  in place, may locate a claim  1,500  x   1,500  feet.    The  fee  for  recording  a claim  is  $5.00  At least $100 must he expended in  the claim  each year  or  paid   to  thr  j  'mining recorder in lieu thereof. When'  j mining  $500  has   been   expended   or  paid, the  locator   niAy,   upon  having   a survey  made, und.upon complying with other requirements,   purchase the laad at  II   an acre.  The patent provides for the payment of a royalty of 2_ per cent on  the sales.  PLACER mining claims generally  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5, renewable yearly.  A free miner may obtain two leases to dredge for gold of five miles  each for a term of twenty years, renewable at the descretion of the Minister of the Interior.  The lessee shall have a dredge io  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles.  Rental, $10 per annum .for each mile  of river leased. Royalty at the rate  of 2_ per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister, of  the In-  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd,  ������**t������  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH- *rf  -Shingles a Specialty  MANUFACTURERS  OF���������  Rough ui ul Dressed Fir and (Jedar Lumbers  LATHS,  SHINGLES,   MOULDINGS,'      ETC.-,     of    the   BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND    DRllOD    FLOORINGS      AND  FINISHING  LUMBER IN  STOCK.  ft J HENRYS  "/:*J1������'������: lOREfclil-  HOUSE* AND SEiD  L     HOUSES  1910   Vest-minster Road;  Hea<Ljnart������rs for   PACIFIC OKOWN aarden. field  ���������nd flower 5EE0S  lot distribution. ���������  Large 'stock   of Home  d Grown FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL     TREES  ,now matured for Spring.  No expense, loss or  delay of fumigation or inspection .  Let me rrice your list  - before placing your order, iireennouse Plants,  Floral Pac*ages, Fertilizers   etc.  3010  Weetminster Road.  VANCOUVER, B.  0  '*,X  PAINTING,        PAPEkHANQIN0  CTC.  Work don*' properly and at rliri"  prices. A Aiii line of Wall Paper,  and Painter's; Supplies! Residence on  Roberta. Street  J   E   SMITH.  Pro-  D.    Charlton,  A.G.P.A.,   '  N.P.",   Portland, Ore.,,  Are Yoii  Going: East  Then  b������ sure your tickets read   rl������  th������  The  only  line  now   making    UNION,.  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL-  and      MINNEAPOLIS    with       the  through     trains    from    the    Paciflt  Coast.     "  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, TH ;  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHI-  QAUO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information  ask you;  focal agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  Goneral   A ieil,  710 2n4 Ave., Seattle  t     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.      |  |     ��������� _____ __: , .      . ���������   |  | I PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND +  | SILVER ORES. +  * S m elting Works at $  |      LADYSMITH,     B. C. *  ������'-.'��������� ���������'���������'������������������������������������ *  I ���������, ____       __.. ��������� ���������   *  *  *      HEAD OFFICE  f  ���������t-  *  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, B. G.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  General Manager. Jl  LADYS/VIITH BAKB������Y  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  -   ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HANI)  Wedding    Calci  -_Ia'de   to-Order  FRUITS   AND    CANDIES OF  ALL  KINDS.    fftESII    BREAD  EVERY    DAY  Prices    are,    Very  Reasonable.      All  Customers are Treated  Alike.  HOP liEB A'CO.  ON-THE   8SPLANADE.  ..Doa ers In  rnitti's  TAUSANT  Cor, 5fh. Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Meafs 35c. and Upward  Mannfacturers of the Famous  CUtiAN BLpSSOT  None bu   Uuion.Labor i Employed  rt j. BOOTH. Proo  SHAVES & BVTHS  ���������_-���������-���������----_���������-WW���������_-���������-���������-_���������_-ll^___l^^^._  Having -takes ������ver the barber shop  known as ������ht Ladysmith Shaving  Parlors, High St., I inteul, by keep  ing competent tvorl<inen,: to conduct  a first-class establishment, and respectfully solicit your patTonagc.  THOMAS LEWIS  Pianos and  Organs''.-.  Lady sir. ith, B.C  '   NOTICE      '  The partnership existing between  C. II Rumming and W. E. Rumming  carrying on business in the City of  Ladysniitn, li. C, as. manufacturers  of carbonated beverages, etc., under  the firm name 0f Riuniiiing I'.ros., is  liereby dissolved. All outstanding  accounts must be paid to W. E. Humming, who will continue the business  and pay all accounts against the firm  ���������  of Rumming Rros.  0. II.  RUMMING,  W.  E. HUMMING.  .Dated at Ladysmith this 28th Day  of Feb., 1906. ,������s^=rde=sjirutw Ji^A-ui*irti������v^.^f^ ���������<  ��������� U?   -��������� _-*..,-1  '{   '        *  ���������W ������-*���������.  THE DATLY LEDGER  HALF OF AMERICA  LABELLED CANADA  Montreal, April 7.���������A special Lon. domain on thi ho-xlcr*. of thc states  don-cable to The Star, says. Tho- hus now grown to a great and piin-  jnas Shaughnes^y struck an emphatic; wful nation. He ijeyucd I������nah<shTiioii  Canadian note m _ the presence ol' to Weigh well that vital fact., ami  hosts of Aiiicni ans at I'llginn'*? din- not to imag nc that they hud soen  ner in honor of ijOi-U Our/on. Pre- tlie wonders of America when they' efl  -uou������* speakers having dealt upon es-,, Stopped short of lhilt\de.phia oi Chi-  pecially Anl;lo-AniC2*ican uccord, Mir caijo ' on'then 'way north Ameri-  Thomas Shmighno-vsy- brought'a tun--can-.* themselves \\ere not so s*low to  ely reminder that there was a good take t'ul^st -.uli'ant.igu, of tho oppoi-  hali ot the \iiu-iican coiitni-nl label- itiniLies Canada olTered, a.s they wit-  Ld "Canada " lie called, Khhu ness thj largo immigration of ho->ts  Root, speaking as vvith tho tongu-j of Arneiicaii * settlers who weie he  of this PresidoMt of the ..United earning exc-elLnt P.ritibh subjects m  Suites,  to   wilnebs what was a little   Canada...  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby ghen  that I intend to apply at the next sitting  of the License Board of  the City of  Ladysmith     B.C., for a transfer  of    I the retail liquor license now held i>y  Ves (f most of his relatives,    'I hese per-    me for the premises known as the La-  andsciiingei   talked   with thc peasants  in   d5'smUU   Hotel,   situated   on   Lot   !j,  -���������������3  VESUIV1US LAYS  BOSCOREAL IN RUINS  .Naples,      April    8���������Mount  iimiis     is a   colos.scl    hra/ier, ���������.       _ _ ,  .,   ...   _.,,������������������.  ��������� .,     , , Block 27, to Robt. Scott and   Ale*<-  the     town ol     Boscoieal     on        the  enclc*a\ <>rs   to pacify them    and    tho   gmi<u  -���������oullii i*ii   dechvixj      has  been     form'   duke of     Aosta was usixrclally rfttivo i p_  W., MILLAR   ~  into     an Js'uiid     of Grey ruins    lfe c.XJ,iajne(]  the means he    thought ] hy liis atty. in fact,  Ton-cuts      of     licpiid   hre  lesenuling   ,, st  , t��������� save lives''and  property and' MARGARET  A.   REII  in   the  distance  serpents with   gl.tt-'nacl     , he        in ,ers    aWl solaierS   or-  ?.ate'? at ^-adysmith the  10th  day of  ,  . ,    ,                                                            "                                                  March, 190C.  r-mii   and   blnck    scales    are    couis-   eU   I)ruaprU,     and     dig  trenches   in              WOULD RENDER DOWIE  ABSOLUTELY POWERLESS  Chicago,  HI , Apiil 7.���������While John   sr utonicnt upholding   Ovei seer Voliwi  Alcxandor  Powiu is travelling     from   .u his fight ugauist th-> "First Apos  Mexico City  to  V.i< n  Oily,  measuics  are lwiiyj taken hy tlu officers of  tin- Christian Catholic- Cltiirth to lender him absohitoly powerless before  lie can  arrive heie        It is asserted  tie." Kaeh member of Ihe '/Jin  City community will lomoriow I'e  asked 16 swear allegiance to I lie  present olllcers of thc church,ami to  put their signatures    to a document.  ing in all dno'-tions amid turn- or(,01 lQ sLop f)lc lld\ana.i a,lti a\  1.lings, defoliations, and i arth liviii'j Umfs ffavc a- 0%.ami)le 0f his energy  Lings   while     a  pall    of  smoVe that   ,jy wor-,-ng    himself.   Cardinal  Prisco  ma' ing  breathing      (lltli  "oa ei hangs  cult  St\\a<-is of IaAiC are rasistlcss   Tlvey  ���������-nap like  ' pipe stems     trunks  trees,     hundicds     oi  jeais   old   and  blight  with      their     tori ul     breath  I looms   on   the        peach    tiees       be-  i  re  tho  trees  themscKos   have*been '  icached.      Ihe molten     streams     do  distributed necessaries of life to  ihe peasants and even wont so fat*  as to u,i\e awny the rings he wore  OI on his finger. "Tie rcpoilerUy ox- i  claimed to the frighlimd peasants  "J'ray, my child'ren, you mn.v be '  bine that Clod will not desert you.'  'lhe statute ot Sl. Anne whuli was  talon    to  the mountain side,to   ion-  HILBERT  'i  thai  by   the tune    he .eache,     Than ���������'��������� nouncing their former leader., To-  City,  the last vest age  of his aiithon- goth'et- with this action, Overseer \o-  ty will have disappeared except in so liva has declared that he     will     a"-  fill   ns  he may  restore it through le- nounce  in    detail tho alleged misap-  gal  p"ioceedng*s.,  Three hundred olll- propria-tioii'hy T-owie^of funds aggie-  ccrs of  the     church have    sig'iud    a gating $2,529,0001   '  CHOUK1M WOULD WEED  OUT THE MUTINEERS  Re-bast opo!, April 7.���������Vice Admiial younger" officers with only meagre  Choii'knm, commander of thc Ulaclc prospects for advancement, have re  Sea fleet and the naval authorities, ^ved volunlanly. The greater por-  have developed, and arc ^executin^a >.������?" ol these who remain in ,the ser-  plan for a complete chan-gb in the i vice ni*e being tran^crrad to the Bal-  ,    ,     ,     ,,,    .   c,       _    . _    i tic fleet,  from  which olhccis are com-  peis-onal of   the Black .Sea fleet.   ^    j mg horo  lQ com|imnd lh, vossols.   ol  Through   th s change,  they hope to   tlUi xjia������ck Sea fleet,  weed  out    ami    scatter discontented j    Only the latent recruits among  thi  sailors,  who  were in   any   way    con-   men arerretained here,  the o'd   .sail  n-elcd   with   the  mutiny.   ���������Many   ~of ' ois     beincf    despatched    to   the  the  older oflhers have beenJ "ietinng-j East,  their places beiiij replaced  with  pensions-,  and a   number of  the   sailors of the Tlnltic fleet.  1 - *    * i  not   s ������ e    the homes     of     peasant  j ml   vsh n these have been ra/ed thoi   f,*nL  (lu'   lftV;,>    is  fn%<l"<'ml-v  ,r-oW,J ,  uasli   into   the   wells  as  though   seek . backward  as the tide a('.Miuce*s.  Con-J  i-g      to     slake     then    thirst      and   sidorai-.le      appu-hension      is felt   In-  having     fulfilled    tlum  contliuie then   cause      of   the   earthquake       shock--,  ( out-e down the mountainside.     Ev-. winch  ai c   growing stronger  and  uie  eiy .where   in  the   vicinity,     of     tho   fell   ecu  at Cn'-t'.-U  Amaru, 13 ml lei  \ oleano jULiful s>con"-> aie witnessed, women tearing their hair in tlie ir  grief, and old men crying aloud at  the loss of their beloved homes, and  south east of this city. Each shock  is nccompiLiiicd by'deep prolongt-rt  detonations. Gttajnno at the north  east  foot   of the  mountain is  threal-  instuking     coitrast lie the     col n-od  nned  by a  stream   of lava   and   the  .Mediterranean     "the     violet      hued | People  are   beginning to-iIi-spi-L    .the.  mountairs on Sorrento. pciun*,ula and   town.   'I he populace of   Terre     An-  the  ('land of   Capri, in  the tianquU.  \rtillelj' carts have been sent to  the assistance of lhe flving- peasants ana thc Duke of Aosta, Cardin  al Joseph Prisco, and all the authori  ties, despite the in'n toelay, went  to poitiotis ol the mountain most  fre'iucntcd      in   order   to   succor      or  un/iala at" the south foot, have requested that night trains be nin  to the town ,and trains arc now  ieady to proceed thither in case  if need, Over 2.00U acres of ��������� land '  under cultivation, have boon destroyed by the cre-iption Signov Mat-  teiicci,   director    of  the     observatory  rai  b>  PRESIDENT  MIICHFLL  SAHSFIEO  With President -Mitchell and the  scale committee awaiting thc reply  of ihe operators to the piopos<itioii  to arbitrate" the diftei-ciiees," all - is  cjiuet in the anthracite coal strike  Mutation. There wasjust a fluny  of interest when it became known  that a meeting was held in New-  York yesterday atternoon in order to  discuss the 111111619' arbitration pio-  posnW, but Llns disappeared with the  statement that the coal presidents  were not ieady to anuoun.-e a decis-  ton, and that another meeting would  le held Afonda.v wh.n an nns*\\ei to  the mmeis is expected  In the Western Pennsylvania bituminous dis-trnis, icpons indicate  that 28,000, over 2:).jier c-enL of tho  miners, will be at work on Monday.  A development ol intc-iest in the bituminous ,ivgions was the action of  the opeiators in resolving to te'use  "to grant the scale ol lOtiy tmel . to  make no adjustment of our difleiviic.es  with our miii-is, except upon the  scale and condition-, which were effective until Apiil 1, 1VH>(>, or by  liitrution us proposed. From various other sections came reports of1  operatois signing the 190,'! scale.  Many mmeis arc working regular  time. Ptesfdent Mitchell was at his  hendc-uaitors m Vew York yesterday  (hooting most of his* attention to  the soft coal situation and to rou-  tnii businos*':. He declared hiUnself  well satisfied with the passing oi af-  laus in the liitumiiiou.*- holds.  New York, April "..���������Later it was  announced that the operators had  discus*.c<l the arbitration proposals  ot the anthracite mineis, and that no  decision has been rcachi'd An adjournment was taken without having  decided what answer to make Thc  meeting" agreed to lm-et ugum on  Monday previous lo the conference  with President Mitchell and his'coin-,  niittec. This conference with the  miners has -been set".. for 1.30 , in the  afternoon.    ,'..-.  OPERATORS  WILL MEET  TO-DAY  New York, April ?���������.������������������ A Conference  of Anthracite coal operators was  held here today to consider there  ply to be made on Monday- to ..the  subr committee of the Shamokin  scale committee ..of the miners. The  session was a brief one and at its  conclusion it was announced that  the operators would meet again ou  Monday prior to thc joint session with the representatives of the  workers.  That the   operators      will have  some'soil of coimterplan for the  arbitration proposed by President  Mitchell is' quite generally believed, here tonight. but no intimation of its character can be had.  Today's- conference was attended-,  by all tho principal operators of  the      anthracite    region.      President  editor:;,  gets four  MONTHS  St. Petersburg,- April 7.���������M. Mendelssohn, the arm'loss and legless editor'of a local satirical paper, has  been sentenced to four months imprisonment He    was  one  of     th  sights of the Nevsky Prospect,  Where  - f  he sat in a -push-cart selling his paper. M. Kamel,, editor of lluss, h.^s  al.o been condemned to tour months  hnp'i-i.4onm'int'- as the result-oi the  publication in thc lUiss or April 2,  oi a travesty of-*the lenten piayei-s  Tlie ltuss appeared today unt.ei the  tutle of tlia ''Twentieth C<ntury,"  but it is believed the edition will be  confiscated.   ; o���������   COWICHAN  NEWS NOTES  ". CLieadei'.)- -  /The auditor-General, .1. A. Anderson, was a~ visitor to "Duncan on Sal  titiday'last ami installed A. II. J.o-  mas in' his new office as Government  Agent for" this district. The Cow i  <han Leader'- .wishes the gentleman  success.,    ,   *   _ *  The extension to I4ie water works  system is now coinj>le*ted and the residents ������n'io pleased. Mr. J. Wois-  nuller had the contract and did  quick work. Our water system is n  great benefit  to   out   town.  Mr. Arthur Xightingale was sworn  in as constable lor tins dis-tnct on  Monday last and took over the office at the court house.  Mr. and Mis. J 11. Peterson, of  I'ort Towiisend, futhui- and moiher ^)f  Mr. A. Peterson,, of the rOmporiuin,  arrived in Duncan em Wednesday, for  a few  clays'  visit.  eoin'oit the people PreMously Car on Vesii\iiis, still continues to ordinal Priscom ordered special pi avers to be said for tho^e in danger  Hoscoreal, the villiage which is  most in danger or destruction is the  birth place of Carninal and the home  cupy  a   most dangerous   position.  >few   crateis have opened at. differ- j  cnt  points  on  tbe mountain,  but     it  is  impossible   to ascertain their mini  bet-   or where they   are situated.  THE WORLD'S PRESS  S'oijth Afiican administration than though, m tl'c ffiiftn of Charles If  .iny ULctaI got eminent in the past'an.act was inlioduceiMor ^^J���������1"  and  that is    saying    a good deal.  Manchester Courier  Ii Fiance is reasonable and pacific  tlie Bntish people cannot without  disgrace aland.,n ilicr. It depends on  German:., thcrofoie, if one of tU*  most shc.cVing conflicts of niodetu  a'les is to le avoided��������� Canadian  .VX^ame,  Toi onto  The  whole*   trend  of   life  in     England is to  stamp originality out, es-  peciilly iu   women.     K\en m  socicty  w-Inch'is  mote  ot   less  of  a  protest   f������ 0i''L  against  huindruin   monotony,   the wo-I  man    who  dates     to be    ougiu.il is  still  looked upon with a surtain suspicion���������Ladies'  Kield  pose and read a second time. Thcrofoie, there-may still he a,' common  law <������' iituaUoii on constitucnoies to  pay th.'ir .incinbers' wages-i.e., the  sxpenses to which they are put by  leprcscntatioii���������it\such members de-  nuuwl it ���������Spectator.  Many of the pusint-dny rulers  have fti-own intellectual djspeplics.  They c-nuot very well assimilate the  o'.ci-Siicrd food of power and au-  Ihoiily Ami as d\speptits, Inive  weal; and palpitating hearts and gasp  foi mere hreath in any up-hill -work  rulei's pant and gasp for  bi.-*alh whenoU'Pthey have to get  o .ei a i-iifiU-nlty.��������� 'lhe Telegraph,  Calcutta.  One  of  the  two  iiins1 ers of hounds  .,,,,,         -      .,���������.     -.������������������.,   have iccentlv found it necessary    to  Rnj>l<iml    tutd  to    prevent    eery -                                -   .  ^,                           ,,'        , ������������������,, ���������  .,   issue leiues s for more consideration  Fiench ronce-sion      Fiom London it,     . .   '    ..      .     Jt..   .    ......  s again    and a;  Fiance   would  did not stand him against Geimany  TIlK WOULD'S PRESS.  Any  Kind  of  Job  Printing  i  Done Promptly and  WELL  At  TNE  LEDGER  Office  1st Avenue  !  x  Union  Irawing Co  NANAIMO  Hanufacturers of the  B. C.  In   British Columbia  Lager  Beer   and Porter      Guaranteed  Brew  ,    ed from the Best Canadian  Malt   Run  Hops  %^J^4-V4^^^4r\^4^}r^\^  ^ ==  >  % + + 4-4-H*T++ + 4r44-44-4'4'4-4-44-44-4-4-4-4-4-4-4  ��������� ���������������������������������������������-���������������������������"r *���������-������������������ ���������������������������������  t LAC /SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND.H0USEH0LD     K0RN1TURF MOV-  EI) PROMPTLY A  ND .SAFELY.  Ill  Stables in the rear of the Lad ysmith hotel.  Abbots (ord.  Leave orders at   Ihr *  A. J. WISKET, PROP  *������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������f ���������-)>���������+��������� r *��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������* ��������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������>���������������.  ������ t **���������* ������  *  GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHO  i  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT  NOTICE'  SHARPENED  BY  US      ALWAYS    GIVE SATISFACTION.  , PICKS HANDLED A Nb REPAIRED   DRILLS  .3   -?1  -S HIPS MI THING-     IN      UL   IIS   BRANC HE-?  Hor^eshoers and Genera! Blacksmitns.  R. W RIGHT  Buller Street  -      -    -     -   Ladysmith, b C i  r.  ���������'  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK   A* SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  ���������������PHONE 66  ���������'^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������*������w������^#*^������3((������'#.-.  ������  > -  LADYSM  H  * j  Work  "' LIGHT TEAMING  Will ant 3ir.������ f>.- sils  Sf.'E J.   KEMP. -OR LEAVE    ORD EHS   WITH  - \AT. CARTER,-  PIRST  AVENTIE  PHONE      C(^  ion       i*i oni  i.cjiiuoii  ii , ... j.     ,      ,���������        ^-ii  a.-a-n 'intimated     that'^"1   JwUm m  ^ hn.U.ii,   field.      .  lower  heisclt   .1     she!1-*'1" ^ ofUn ^,,,1L?'  of ndmK ������v" |  With the exception   of  lulia,  Ciei-  many~ is   Ennh-iwl's Hesl  Post,  HciU't.  custonui ���������  ti wheat���������more out of ignorance  tlidii anvM.in������������������ else. The day is gone  when e eiy sail ire's daughter Knew  how e\eiy liiu; (ield in tlie parish  'was set. and what top-dress-ini!; it  h.vil ���������-IM.idan c.  Mr. 11. Moss, of Victoria, has heen  at tlowichhn Lake during thi> \vc---k.  Mr. Muss is olie ot the oldos'l. and  liesL- known -sporl.srmn on tin-island,  lie is .over seventy-five years of.ny-o,  yet ho enjoys mi onliiiy more than  iiimiy.a  younger man.  L.iiin'herii-������j i.s looking iiji now. A  strong-, force of men uru at. work,  both at Cheimiiniis and Oowh-han  ���������camps: .in fact';, every prospoc-L foi-an  increase, in lumheriiitf in f-'ood. A  parly from Seat'tle was looking over  Uie, Genoa mill, it is rnniored with a  view to; purchase'and'operate it.. This  would be a good move, and would  help business in Duncan and the Valley-   '��������� ���������,  .Mininy is' goina' ahead. Work is  being steadily -pushed ahead on the  Type, that company taking out their  regular amount of .ore.' The Mount  Sie'cr aiiid' BreJitcn Mines are putting on a iorce of men how that the  bri(ly;e across the'ri'i-er is completed.  Work is also steadily going forward,  at the Koksilah river camp- Men  are to Vie put to work to exploit  same ore showing that has been uncovered hy open treiuhing. It' is expected that, quite a large force of  mon will bo einplo.wd at this camp  during the summer months.  A RICH FIND.  Niagara Falls, April 7.���������H. ..T. Wilcox hns discovftrcd large deposits of  valuable si'licia sriiul on his property  ���������1,,.i���������,   i, ���������������������������,     i       .        ,     ,      ,     a  few miles   fi-oin here.     The s-arrl  is  AIitelMsll  remained at miners'    head-o������ spacitti   Yalue   fop UWJ- in    fouiuJ,  quarters   throughout    the day. ries.       ���������  One of the Peiak ruhhef estates  um hy a canny Scot tliey have been  latliei   slim t  ei la' or,    and as    tap-  An     Anglo-Uussiau     undvi standing  ^.nnou    ho    eflected" unless     Butain  mates gieat concessions    in   _ ic-raul ^  jn   hlH swil,��������� lliVVC tecll luu-d  to  'ULct,  Peisia  and  AfalumMan - , pu;. t(,     TIw ,(>Ul(ir'dj; thc raaillf^  Slo\o, St   Polei&buig. ;hlt   en   a mniiant  idea,/anil-had-.the  tuiii'' .s  of all  the  trees  rubbed' with  W. SILER  QENEKAL LXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  pi  Leave orders at the Abhotsford  NOTICE  LADYS.VUTH   WATER WO;*KS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on  Koberf-   Sticet ami  pay Water     R������tes, between the 10th   and the 25th of each m-_nth.  Office Hours I P. M. 4 30  T, ] BLAND  Ill  11  in  '-ii  Jif  Tlie fio1 einment pto:nis?s to malje  a moie tons; icuois "ini.><;s" of its  \. way must |>o pa\o.l for a wnr,  iietween Kianec and Cennnay. This  is thcapipartnt desuc of .England.���������  Ucnlsiii s- Vol shlat-t, Vienna.  As it was- in 1880, so it is now.  The oixi -idea of the Ciovernm>ent i.s  to place the Briton on 'tin inferior  footing io the lloer, who. has never ~~  concealed his desire to drive us into  Ihe .sua. With the cant of peace and  just ice on his lips, thc sentimentalist is sowing the dragon's tei*th of  war and intolerable wrong.���������IU'oaii  Arrow.  \aleiK.n Now the tigers conic and  sciatt-h atxl tap the .hark in the  most anpio-.id herring-bone pattern,  So lhat all tlie Few remaining-'coolies "have to do is; to walk around  once a day and collect, the rubber.���������  Straits 'I'itnes.  What view may thc Chi new take of  the stoppage of the inimigr.alion of  iiboroi-s i iiler free iirl'- ->.urc  and the possihle repartri L.i m of  CMiii'.csc will most probably form the  those now n the Transvaal? The  opinion tint the British are Tollow-  iiiii t'he example of the Americans,  and are excluding  the Chinese     from  the Transvaal from fear of the "La-  While we have improved  the young   |j01.  ,>any ���������     '[ hc more  than proba-  girl,  and  through  her a  better    tinie  is    prevailing    in  society,   there     is.  ble course   they  woulh a'udpt would  he in   tie shape of  a boycott on the  J. PIERGY & 00.  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC.  SUPERINTEND ENT.  mm  WHOLESALE DRY GOOD  VIGT0H2A, 3. C,  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEEN  still much to do with our yorn- BviHf.h manufacturers.-Free Press,  men. At present he needs posithis >djnTa.,ore  coax njr to get him to conic out. at  all; an:l, l.cing out, he nialccs almost a favor of bestowing the  smallest attention on the very nicest gills.���������The World.  Sky nieti often find it difficult (o  discover ������ny subject except the weather with which to open a conversation e\en with so near a relative  a.s a maiden aunt. Tliey need never  fear. I-el thorn brace themselves -up  and iii'-.slcr a few of the facts of the  most reeont weeding and boldly open  this subject.; They will lc rewarded.��������� Bo,)ls  of To-day.-  Tlie custom of paying mcm^ie.tvs' wages only .died out. It was never  abolished  hy act of Parliajuen't,   al-  uv>9 uvviuni  And the Principal Bnalncsa CentcrB of  Ontario. Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, HEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA HIAG&RA FALIS.  For Time* Tables, et������., cddrona  ceo. w: VAUX,  Assistant Oen'l l'assenKor nnd Tlclcot Agerit,  133  ADiyMs ST.. CHICAGO, ILL.  NOTICE  From      this  date  the undersigned .  will not  be  responsible foi  any indebtedness     incurred except on      a  written order signed by the secretary  Rowland  Machin.  V.  I.   EXPLORATION & DEVEL  OPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria. B. C. Ma>   18th. 190B.  HAY, GRAIN and  Orders will be delivered anywheir  in the city promptly and at the lo *  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christle'i, 0b i>f  E������pl&n*ii.  James Warnook  Attention Is called to yhe   tact thai thi  Ogilvie Flour nills Co,   Limited  makers  of  ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR      hare for some ������lm������  past been, producing flour In a   rastly  improred and pnrlfl  '  'orm  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and  having secured control of    all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity ol a dTisiiiR  the public that ������ny  orized users of the electrical   flotir purifying processes  will  **e pro-  ������ecuted.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company Lfmitad  are tlxo    oaly    iniliori in Canada *������rliose   Flour  ispurifiedbytue Electric Process !  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual  subjects   taught;  also  guage**,- drawing   in  pencil  and crayons,  paint ng in  oils  and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes or individually.  MISS  BERTRAM,  Ladysmith, B    O.  Ladysmith Temple No.  5  R*  Ian-  sisters meets at the Oddfellows  2nd., and  -1th  Tuesday   at   T.o.    ;  Mrs.   Kate Tate secretary.  --  ttt,  t,uU;  ii,;;  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Demist  All  work guaranteed,, and at reaso  able rates.  RESIDENCE AND OFFICE  Gatacre St. Ladysmith  OPEN AT AJJU HOURS.  UNITED   ANCIENT      ORDER   0E^  DRUIDS 1  Wellington  Grove  No-  4  U. A. 0. D  Meets   in the 1'  O   0 .F.. Hall,' La,  liysmith,     the   Second   and     iroirtn',  Wednesdays of each month, commencing Wednesday,  13th., 1905. '  Visiting Druids     are invited to at>':j  tend. - . !  Ry Order.   .  WM  RAFTER, Reef Secty.  PATRICK BURK, N. A.- I-'-   '  !  '  ^.^j: ./^v���������*-   r*t -^-vkr-p*  '*���������   -*~-\*^  juMitWnwj ii������**������M^^������-^VWiJu,al.U^ttUi^-t-aihJi-^.j' CfC^^^4^^irti*������t^-,'J,niMii������fcrJuiMffr������i-J  -iti*.������lJUW������l.!L('*_ UtCKa-UM-Uw''*#n*l������*iirti-J*ta*^*JiiJ  l/(.^Ji_^-MaE������������tEK*������S*^^  THE DAIIyV  LEDGER  ���������f������  iv:  ������6  &  #  -*&-  J*  ft  LOCAL ITEMS  FOR SALE  Twelve   head   of  cow?   and Milk  actors  in the  route.    Apply P.' 0. Box 99.  Quality  Seldom Equalled ���������  Never Excelled!  fofos,  Ludycmith, B. C.  That's All!  Call  and Get   Acquainted  I   The  .Minneapolis   Journal   bolls    the  follow ng story:  " Representative  C'ushnian,  of Washington,  is one of lbs picturca-uc char  hou������e of   representatives.     When a  young  man   working  his   way  into     thc  West,   hc     made  . ends    iniet    by  serving as  a waiter  'in  a  railroan  station  lesla.-raiit     in  lA'ci r..s'a.     He went  en to  tlie lre.  ���������Northwest,   became a lawyer   mJ   a  [public s eiker,  ami was .finally    eU-c-  j ted   to  congress.    On  Ins  way     East  to  ta'e  up    these  duties' the     train  Istopio-'i     at    a meal  station  point,  (where Tuehman  went in to get something   to eat.     To his surprise,  who  ! should  bring  him his coffee but    one  of his companions of the days  of his  J service    in      the     same   occupation.  Their rojiiiio" was   cordial.   He asked  !*  what  Smoke Biii li. Cigais  JUr. R. Wlight is in Vancouver to-  Sny  on business.  ]\!r Andrew George, Assistant passenger agent of the Great Noithcin,  was in the city on Satulday on  bi>* mess.  One   or     two   belated   n-emhers    of  tli*  Tiiitcrnicdute  Football  team,  ai  1 ri rd on the morning train fiom Nans* 11110.  Cuslin-aFi what lip . was doing now,  and when the statesman of the far  vvorlh-.vcst responded a������. modes liy as  possible in view of tho facts, the  waiter instead of congralulatiii-!,  C'ushnian, or expressing any surprise  at lliis .d.������rcv of gbo������i fortune, atlii-  bu-Ud the chiii^ol circumstance!-  wholly to locality, say ing:  "1 lit c often wish'.'d that I had  ���������.on' (.-uf to the Slide of Washing  tdi. Kv.i-r-/nody tells mc that a man  gets ,;1 lis very fast there on the  smallest s .rt of capital; lhat any*,  tody c*n gel to the. front in thai  state. I oujiht to have gone there  just  as  you  did."  "t'us! man     departed    not l-.nowin  whethrr  hc or  his   constituents    hat1  Those  wlio  attendel  the city   land   been  most handsomely complimented  d. nee  on  Saiiudav  night  ie;*oithav-  'lhe waiter seemed  to  think  that  lu  inj; had ^a good time.  fn  \Vodics.'lgv,   Apiil  25, tbe niem-  ha-i 'si :y\ up' Cuslunan suli'ic:c:itly ir  the davs vvhrn they were f-dlov  \v or' ers,  and ohat  there-could  be no  hes  of  the  Young ^Ladies'  Guild,  of j reasonable difference  in  the  estimat'  tl.e  English   Chiiich,   will  hold a so-  now."  ci.il   in  the church  building,   Hie   elite 1 tainment commencing at 7.30. *-  CURATE'S  ROMANCE.  When  in London some limeago Mis  Mary Copeland, Otago, New Zealand  went   wall  relatives  to  St. Clement  Danes Church in the Strand, says    1  London  exchmge.   She has just been  married to the curate of St. Clement  Danes,   whom  until  her visit  to  fhe  Mt. 'Joe Sandetson     and J     Eno,   church she had never met.   Miss Cope  leave on Wednesday next for V.incou-  J*n:l- i(   '������ said, is heiress lo a consid  vrr From    thai, joint they  will   CI������fde fortune,  their journey  noith,   boo'  ��������� The" r-nterttinnient which was announced llii? other day to le given  under the auspices of the Ladysmith  Di.tinafic club, in aid of the spoil*  gi unds, will tai e place on the 23  of this  ir011th  scuiid edition was prinlel by Wvn  kvn de Worde in MOO. A descendant  of her family, Lord Bet iters, was  the transhitar of Froissart'*- 'Chronicles." It is true that old inanu-  scrinte existed, such as the "Vcneric  de Twecy" of the time of Edward  II., but it was Dame .Juliana who  was the real ancestress of' sporting  literature in" England, for she also  composed  an   essay  on hawking  and  5 another on "Fi-hing With an Angle"  the last being of such excellence that  Laac Walton himself did not disdain  to take a hint from'its pages.  ��������� o   WHEN WOMAN SHOPS    ;  There is a cirious twist in womans  nature  which  forbids  her  to go shopping at  the sales alcne.     She wants  a     ling'Ui     of h.cc, a cheap skirt,  a  blouse. She has the money in her  pocket for thc purchase. Dut she  .nnst have companion-hip, and she  jLiid       her      lady      friend        having  lunched     together, go joyfully to" the  .a. chase���������a      curioi s    illustration   of  .be ullraisiii of woman.  One  may   perhaps   indicate   the con-  rast���������which   may le  to thc  feminine  ulvaiitiigc.       A   woman  wants a iicw  ������l       She  issues invitations  to  inti-  nate friim's to con <��������� ��������� nd pee her .h-nj'  i.e.   A   man   wants a new hat.     The  selfish  boas I  never dreams of inviting  'lis male fi iends to sic-ml an-aficr-  louii in seeing him suited  and fitted.  rrohabl. . tl c.'e is no man living who,  cing i^. want of a new evening suit  ���������;ave a     friend  the,deli, lit of helping  iiim   in    the     cl oosing of cloth,   the  measuring and lhc f'nal fitting. And!  ���������et    there     are those who think  th?|  women     have not so good  a time rs  ���������hc men!���������London Chronic le.  asai-i  Sweaters  Ask the boy if lie wants  a Sweater jnst to see  what he will say���������If he  says yes, Bring him here  and we will make his  eyes Snap with DeUgh!  I We've Boys' Sweaters  that are Good in Every  Respect and we can Fit  Boys of Ali Ages and  Sizes  ���������   ���������    ���������  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given  that I   intend to apply,at the next sitting of  the License Beard of the city of Ladysmith B.C. for a transfer or the retail   lii-aior   license now  held   by  me  foi- 1he premises  Known as the New  Western  Hotel,    situated on Lot   -i,  Block 2S,  to .lohn Mcnghini.  atty     D. II.   DAVIS-  Dated nt Ladvsmith this lath* day of  Match,  lOOC;  _  WKROK mc POUTED.  Missolua, Monf., April G.���������A wreck  i-,  reported on     the Billings  division  if  the  BurPng'tcn Road,  in   which    8  lives arc  said  to be   lost.  JUST RECEIVED  \ New Assortment of���������  A Boys' Sweater is a  Good In vestal for the  aiid the Parent ���������  FOR SALE  Fggs from Pure Bred Stock  Ail Birds Trap Nested  No Inferiior Layers Kept  Barred, Buff and White Rocks  \\hi'-2 Wyandotles, White and 13rown  Leghorns.  $1 Per Setting  $6 Per Hundred  E. STEWART,  Box 2(!S I.adysniilh.-B.C.    7  gg*a  1  have just  received a shipment of  Hills', High Grade  imsn iob\coos  and  C-GlRtllfS  1 DRUG STORE  W e have an Up to Date Assortmentof  House Furnishings and our Prices  will Compare Favorably with Victoria or Vancouver Houses  LAGE GURIAiNS  LINOLEUMS  HEARTH RUGS  MATTING  We will be pleased to   show you  these Goods.  Walters Sz  Akcohead  stait   on  in/, n-assaiae to Vataw on the slTameii  Oregon.  > A meeting of the E\o?lsior Club,  "���������will   be held   this  ecu nn,   when   fur-  tl er an an o.nenls will be made foi  ',IJ e^baH which the club is holding  - oi; April 20th,  this  will   prolably he  tl* >  last   meeting   of  thc   club  befoic  tl.e-final ball.  ReaU  Mi    Ii. Forcimmer's    change  Of ad.   jn tliis issue  The curate of St. Clement Danes is  the Re. Wm. Earlc," a native of  Ballyiuihoin, Co. Wexford, who is 4S  years of age. Debrctt bells us that  m .lflOl he assumed thc title and baronetcy of Straglethroiie, Co. Lincoln, which was believed to have become e"tinct in 1097.  Among  the interesting events     in  the career of the Rev.  William Karlc  may be mentioned his candidature for  tJie     v icarate of the Parish of Clerh-  enwell   in  1898, .when he imported an  clemen 1   of humor.inlo   an  otherwise  potcntnusly solemn  contest  by issu-  _��������� _ i������g a I ill inscribed:  Mr.   Geo    Sutton,   formeily  of   the      , V()le  f()r ���������Ear,Cj   B A _   MK_   B  Lul-m   sta-T, .passed   through t<n the ��������� _  irillshmilI1>      Gcnileman.  Private  n������.n   train   tcda}   for Nanaimo -\n mPaIIS     sixt<,cn  years. experience."  S-tton  has  been  visiting  inmls 1.1 In llis al|drcSS  lo  lhc  ,0>000 eIcc.  Victoria for   the past week". tens of  (Jlerkcnwell,  Mr.   Earle   ap-  pealed   to  the Roman   Catholics   "be-  Pe.'   W   A    Major-was getting shav   caiise , am lL.jsh.,  U) forci���������ncrs ������.he.  en in a down-lov-.n Jaibci shop 1IC Lause they lov'c Ireland," to N'oncon-  w. s thin'irg of other things,, onlivi- fonnists "because I have stated in  01s of his s iiiou..dings, until the mv pamphlet on reunion that :h.*v  beiber awlcvvaidly svvabned his lir& arc theic of the eai tn and the hgh'l  ���������w, h the l.itb-nnj, bnsh The mm- of the world,," to ;he ws because  is1er blew the foam from his Heath- nn lo e for the Children of 1'iomise  in/   aPI'aiatus and  icinaiied  "You've changed      your    biaiui     of  so p,  haven'l   yon9"  The  baiLei   loo'^ed  plciso.1 and   an-  bv clod-  "Ves.     ITow did  you  Know"'"  "Thc  taste     is  licher,"  said     Ah  Ma 1 r  at  f$ fiOOH Store  Plumbing and Tinsmithing  IJONE   AT  Reasoanb'e Prices   By   J. ANDERSON  I^ave ordni-a  at   Peterson's   Finn -  ture Store, or televiitne Xo 53.  Smoke Little B. Cigars.  SlMiN LEISER & CO Ltd  em  is  well  known.''  l-'iRST BOOK ON SPOUT.  The f.rst hook on spoit ever ]>rint-  e-1 in ihe English language was a  ihvmtil treatise called the "Pol--e of  of St. AHians," its author being a  ���������woman.    Dame Juliana   lierners.   Its  TODAY  \if. (j. praser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST  AVENUE.  Suits Made to Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  -   ������*"***i������������*^i.i.-..  ^.--^���������^S������S^jC^,ffli^^  BLAI������& ADAH'S  FAHILY SOAP  n 3 Pound Bars  Manufactured for General Kousshold Purposes  BEEF DRIPPINGS 10C. LB  PORK SAUSAGE  FRANKFORT  HAM  LlV E R  BLOOD   PUDDING  f-'iv sh Tier's  -Mways on hand  11  Pannell & Plaskett  In  offering  this soaji  to our custo-  nieis,   we   not  only  claim,  but guar-,  antee   that   for  general   family     purposes,   it is the  most..economical-'and  in e'.ery .respect, the BEST soap for'  lhe price in  the  market.  BARS            .........:.: ^Oc  MANl'FAC'n.'RED       ESPECIALLY FOR  USf  .33SSS5.';  '/^:-^-Cw*?^<5������3&^BffltSS^ffiBSSSiiiya^^  ties  Move  E 'aster  Wc arc continually receiving Shipments of New  Designs in Novelties that would make acceptable���������  '���������;':$ EASTFR PFrjSENTS  _���������*T7    Don't fcre'et to call and examine our new���������  PARLOR & KITCHEN CLOCKS  that we have just received.    The}' are all of the   Best  American Make and of Latest Designs  Get one of our Double Bell Repeating  ALARM CLOCKS AT $1.75  They can't be Beat  a\_immitmmmini  ������ ���������wi������ ������y i  ��������������������������������� -fiiwmni'  ���������imi'i' ram  i  B. FORCiMHER  Vv'atchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  S$Mr & Mam  "V*!!S5eSFSPw <3 a  , ->.^iAa^ar ������.:-.������ai!cHi  til  I'll  RINGS  WATCHED  BOOKS  BROOCHES  PICTURES  FOUNTAIN PENS  We will give you the above article's if you  ������  return us-  ill  WHITE SWAN SOAP  WRAPPERS  FIRST AVENUE  LADYSfllTH  Jtl^^.--aM������!*ri-ggg>aw^^  miiiii'i mr^:<mstr*agX!B^!SIa  WHY IIOMKJIDhiS INCREASE  The inorcasinp, number of hoini-  ciibs anil the ense with which . nrur-  .ili.rcrs escape tlie penalties for their  crimes is arousing attention in this  coi.ntry. There is scarcely a large  city which lr.s 'not in toifinerrcnt nn  airay of niurdercrs who, through  nib-directed an:l morbid public sympathy or by in- o':ing technicalities  of the law. ha c esea. oil speedy con-  vie Ii; n and  piiinisbniciit.  The increase ol lynching and its  prat I al advance in'������ slates hcrelo-  [<re comparatively free from its i!o-  t.-asin-r hiiliiiTicc is crn-eded to be  d;.e to lax or- "(lela.'Od enforcement.  of the lav.-. Statistical analysis of  crime shows tb.it murders are in-  civjasing in this country every 'year-  It is a gruesome subject for con-  temllalion, but Dr. Andrew D.  White, the distinguished diplomat,  and scholar, in an address the other  day al Ithaca, i\.Y., presented it in  another light. lie snowed that ont  of ev-t-rv furtv-six muiderers, in" this  country only <nj, is convicted, the  ���������oilr-rs going  free.     He said:  "In the next year, 9,000 will be  inurij'-icd in this country. As I  sland here today, I tell you that  ���������1,000 i-eoj-le. are doomed to death  with all the cruelty of the criminal  heari and with no regaul to home  and family ties. I have no sympathy for lhc criminal; my sympathy  is for those who will be inurdeiod,-  or  their  fanvilics   01   to:ir  children."  Impressive words and, striking- .sta-  usL.'cs ii- e the above arc well enough lo dnaw attention to thc subject, but after all the question is,  what is lo be clone? What steps  can he1 tal e.i to lenicdy this condi-  ticn? An aroused p.ublic scntimioiH  is needed' an appeal fo tlie courts  an 1 lavvieis, Lnd jurois to pay more  iu'1,1 to lhe clem.-.nds of justice and  Itii-s 'to h air-splitt:nn lechiiieul ties.  Abo ,e all, the morbid, disrustin  public, sympathy with roiKhandod  niurdercrs should be re.no s-.lossly  suppressed by the ' ne'v. s'!'a;:ers, officers of the,law an-.l the best- clement of the public itself.���������, Philadelphia Press.     " . ��������� ,  CAUGHT COLD WHILE HUNTING  A BURGLAR.  i\Jr. Wm. Thos. , Liiiiorgaii, provincial t'onstable at Chnplcau, Ontario,  sajs: "I caiiyht a severe cold . while  '.nuiliny a burglar in thc forest  swamp la������st. fall. Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, I tried it,  and if ter nsing two small bottles, I  tvas completely cured." This remedy  i.s intended especially for coughs and  coids. i*t will loosen anfl ioUeve a  severe cold in less time than by any  .other treatment and i.s a favo.-ile  wherever its superior excellence has  ���������become l.nov/n. For sale by Lai'y-  srnilh  Pbarn-acy.   o���������. ���������  Sm'oKe Little B. Cigars.  Dr. Dier enn be found at any tin  at his office on Gatacre st. His dotal work is gv aranteod t0 be firsi  class and rates reasonable ������t  .-Lad.vsmith Temple No.  f>, Rai>h>b������nc  Sisters,  intend  giving a  supper    and  t'an'-e on  the night bi Easter Monday  g April  11 th. st.  n  ^5^a������*T3ES35������EE������  A. HOWE, of CHEMAINUS, has opened the MEaT-  HARKET lately : run. by W. Ward, on Roberts stree  WJH A fUU Lit CF IIRST CLASS IMCA1S  PORK AND SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY  A Trial .Solidtd  A..HOWE, -'���������.\k.2o':,.  mz_i_m]  HOSE  Every Length Guaranteed  for  One Year  Fu^J Stpck  Cotton, Rubber and Wire Wound  The Ladysmith Hardware Do. Lid.  i.  f  asFS0fc  Bollcltor,   Etc.  1st. Avenu? LAOYSiVI H  We should like to show you our  large assortment -of���������-  \A/all Papers  .Hanging' in  price   from  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,     W������ also carry     a  lurge range of   Varnishes, Varnish Stains,  Paints: Oils, Brushes and  Windiw Qia-53  In  fact    everything  to  Beautify   tlie  ���������Home, at���������  H.. KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  LADYSMITH HOTEL   BAR  Having ta'-en over the bar-room of  the.above hotel, we intend to run a  first-class, up-to-date establishment,  and in soliciting the patronage of  our friends a������d H^ public in general,  we guarsMitee good  treatment   to all.  R. -Tcott        ' A. Smiih  ___' _._ "^_  'Proprietors.    _____  CHURCH NOTICES  PRliSlJYTEltlAN PHURCH  Rev. It. IJoyle, pastor.  Morning Service���������11  a.m. '  Evening  service���������7.30^ p.m. -  Evening   Service���������7   p.m.  Bible study  class, Wednesday evening at 7.30.  -������.-���������*��������� ft'i������������'<w������': '������������������  DESIGNS  iC' f<%   K  @ . .I R ADE -M Aft US    ,  S3 tM   S  tF% AND COPYRIGHTS  x������������������  ii b q ������saij������3 1 **v*?      -- ~  } ADVICE A3 TO PATENTABILITY  y Notice in " Inventive Age "  } Boole "How to obtain Patnnte" _|   BgS*a8ss "  0GTAIN1������D  PHONES   CONNECTED   WITH  F-1R13.HALL  31���������Hotel  Cecil.  45���������Hotel 'A'blbotsfoKil.  A21���������G. C. Pickard. .���������.-."���������,  B21���������������������������R.   J.   Bowen.  28���������F.   W.   Uawes.  J 8���������Dr. Wasson.  1(1���������A.  Cornwall. THE SUBMERGED MILLIONAIRE.  22���������Siler.      W. Very few people  outside  of  Pitls-  gurg had ever vhci'.rd   of Clu-rlcs I.ock-  M!rs.   Knirler���������Can you  get   money  hgrt until he distinguished himself by  from your husband.    ' jdy-"g and revealing  lhc  fact   thai  he  Mrs. Boc'or���������-No-,   By the time I've Was     worth  along tale of millions,  paid the cook- for.a good   'dinner 'lie-   Now   the board   of revision   of   A'lleg-  fore  I  asl>   him  I'm  just cven.���������Spc-  ney County claims to  have  evidence  cial  Spring   Number of Harper's   i'.a-   thai   Lock-hart's      estate   aggregnUs  'zaar. *' '$180,01)0,000.  CHURCH OF ENGLAND.  Rev. Jl.   J.  Bowen, Rector.  Morning Service���������ll  a.m.  Children's  Sunday  School���������2.30.  Evening service and sermon���������7 p.m.  METHODIST CHURCH.  Rev. W.  C. Schlichter, pastor.  Morning Service���������Il a. m.          I���������llll Ulllllill'l ���������! IW���������HII III I H   I     I III III ���������IMIIIHI


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