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 ',"'^?'-'"V- '  ek  c^ei  ^WISLATlVe ASSEMBLY.  DUNCANS &?  LADSYfllTH  4W4DY5MITH  "^iyNCANS!  "?������������������������������������:*  VOL.   2,  WEDNESDAY,   APRIL 1<),;. 1005.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  TAXPAYERS  INVESTMENT ENJOINED BY "THESE ALLIES OF JA-  Washington School Funds  Must be Held, Says the  ICourt   .  For the Investment  is Not  Considered Ja Safe  One  PAN"  CAPTURED BY THE RID-IPRIMRQSE DAY CELEBBA-  Russian Terrorists are Thus  Referred to By the  Authorities  In connection    with  the following  article    which   shows tlie trials aiul  tribulations of a    newspaper it nay  he explained    that    Port Townsetid  has voted for   and issued city bonds  Id  the face   value    ol $250,000. *. lie  Governor of    Washington    has tried  very, hard to, prevent   the state au- '  Sergiu*'   AAssassin    Will  Hang Within a Fortnight  ING MASTER  Mr. Carnegie's Niece, Nancy, Was Secretly Married  a Year Ago  Carnegie Says He is Quite  Satisfied With the  Match  TED IN IGIIDI  (Associated Prom Despatches.)  St. Petersburg, April 19���������The plea  ���������at Moscow of Kalieff who was sea-,  fenced to death for thc assassination  ���������of Grand Duke Scrgius,. that a state  'of civil war exists in Russia      ind  that he  was a prisoner of war,   ,.i.l  not an ordinary prisoner accused >A  (crime, i.s considered here to   indicate  Ihoritics    from    buying  these  bonds   the    position    which   the  terrorism  at face    value    with    State  Scnool   will assume     hereafter.    Naturally,  funds on'hand fjelongjng' to the stale, 'such a position  is not acknowledged  but the state regents have ovcrriled   by the "government,  but  the  terror-  thc Governor, and are attempting to   ists will  persist iu the fiction.    Ka-  complete the deal.     Now  comes   an   'ieff  having been  tried   by  a special  injunction  from     a  Stale of Wash-    commission of state against     which  ington  taxpayer against thcv regents,   Hiere  is   n0 appeal,, will be hanged  claiming  that the bonds air/ illegil,"' probably within a fortnight,  and   that  State money  must  not he     'flic    circulation    of revolutionary  -invested in them.     It is   vshown that,   literature among the fa-oops through-  the total  taxable property in     .'������ort   out  Russia has  now spread  to   the  Townseiid   as  shown   by the    Assess-   regiments of the Imperial Guards and  ment Rolls is onlv  $750,000.      The    '*-general  order  has  been.issued     to  State    law    says'   that only   ]0  per   W*������  guards  forbidding   them  to  re id  cent, of indebtedness ran be incurred   iroclamatioiis  thrust into their hand  Of $7������r> 000. )!1   ,Me street  or  to listen  to,  "these  H is'in this connection  the oppo=i-   '"--'''P*  of   Japan."   The  ministry   of  tion  to this purchase of bonds,    that   ""lice    has    authorized   $35,0(0,000,  the Post-Intelligencer is attacked.        f<������' "ew railroad cbnstniction in W0f.  It may be remembered  that if   one   U  is  undcrslood   that   the  extension  wishes  to compare,  that  the     total j of ,lie Semteinisto system seems    to  assessable    value    of     Ladysmith is ' '������-' regularly, followed  by similar cx-  about one  half as  much  an in     ,Vrt   tension  to   the  Catiscusus and   Rus-  Townsend, yet if Ladysmith was    lo  issue-bonds to the] amount of ���������   ?12r>,-  000,     we  might look a good     wiile  for* a purchaser.  '���������'Poit Townsend, April 15.��������� fhe  Port Townsend Chamber of Commerce met today in special > session  and addressed a letter to the Seattle  Chamber of Commerce. The substance of thc letter is as follows:  (Associated  Press Despatches.)  Saratoga,   N.Y.,   April   1.9.���������It  became known today that Andrew Carnegie's   neice, '-Nancy, . was   secretly  married about a year ago to a riding  master     'named   Heaver.    The news  was confirmed  by Mr.  Carnegie, "fie  said' '  "Air. Heaver was a r id jug teacher'  in the'family. The family lias no objection to the match. Mr. He-aver is  an honest, upright young man. I  would rather Nancy had manied a  poor honest man than a worthless  duke."  Air. Carnegie said that Air. and  .Mis. IIcii,\er went lo Europe immediately after I heir maniagc. They  returned a few days ago.  Beaconfields Statue is Lav-  Decorated With  Flowers  In   Boston   Patriot's   Day  Events are Codducted  on Grand Scale  .'.'Seattle Chapiber of Commerce,  jSpftttip, Washf "~ .Gpptiemtt?' By: ;i  imaniinous ypte of the.. .;svfBiber$ <-f  the members of the ChUBbsr of C< m  nierce of this city, 1IVNW keen ii  structed to ''inform yoa tfeftt the malicious, libelous and vmUtsHor t-  laeks made upon this <H*f by the ���������<>  attic Post-In tell igeiitts^ feM made  it necessary for thc IrtttsMM men of  Port Townscnd <" ���������  pledging thenu-  si an  Poland.  A   despatch   from   Viataka,   Eura-  pean Russia, says the local Zemslov  lias massed a resolution which will (lie  forwarded   to   the  government   that  the only  means of quieting the   >ei-  ple is to inaugurate immediately the  promised   reforms,   namely   the  conversion  of a representative, assembly j to shoot hjm  and  the granting- of liberty of    the  ROOSEVELT,  AS SPORTSMAN  Glen wood  Springs,   Colo.,   April 19  ���������Secretary Loeb has given out   lhe  following, statement: Elmer Chapman  a courier from  the President's camp,  arrived at the TTolel Colorado, Glcnwood Springs, last night and reported everybody well at cam]) and having a fine time.    Early Monday afler-  noon    the dogs  tracked  a big  blacc  male l-e-ar.   11������ was so big than   1 e  could not  tree,   hut   made a wal'-:ing  bay, killing.one dog and crippling or  wounding  half a dozen  others.       i*y  hard   scrambling   up   the   mountainside the President got near enough  Boston, Mass., April 19.���������Interest  in the outdoors Patriot's' Day events  centred very largely today in the  Alarathon road race, .held under tlie  .auspices of the Boston Athletic ��������� Association. The .course was 25 miles  and along the highway from'the.-Island   to the clubhouse iii  Boston.  Eighty-four runners  were entered.  Among the contestants were .John J.  Gaffry  of-Hamilton,  Out.,  the   1901  winner' who  holds   the (Course record  of 2 hours  and  23  3-5 sec, Michael'  Spring, Pastime A.CI  of New  Vor.'c,  Samuel Afellors, Alohav.o  A.C.,  New  York  winners of the race in recent  years,  and  T.  J. .'Hic!:s,   Cambridge,  Mass.,   Y.M.C.A.,   winner  of Ihe.Oly-.  inpia Alarathon at thc St. Louis  fair  in.1904.  PRIMROSE DAY IN LONDON.  London,   April   I'll.���������Primrose   Day  was observed' today 'with undeininWlit-.  cd zeal.   Lord Beconsfield statue v/as  FRANCE NOT GUILTY OF  OF iNEUTRALrTY  The Temps  Claims That  There is   No  Proof  That French NeutraKty Was  Violated  Tokio Dispatch Says That Rojestvensky Intends  ng  in  Kamranh  Bay  UntilMay  [   Paris,  April    18.���������The semi-official  Temps this evening publishes a statement  thai bears evidence of authoritative    inspiration,    saying:   "While  international practices upon land are  well defined,  that upon the water   is  not. so exact,  differing with different  nations.     Great  Britain  and     some  countries  limit  the duration of a ne-  Ujgerent's stay,.-in  their ports to  -������-l  hours, "but France has never   fixed   a  limit, for the stay  of fAdligerents   in  French purls and contents itself with  | interdicting:"the use of herports     \n  'preparations, for acts p.f war,"  .  The-Temps  proceeds   to show  "mat  .territorial      waters  mean,  under 'he  i siaiue was : French .law of ATarch 2, J888, three  decorated on a geneious scale.. An" j miles from low water .mark. .  enthusiastic, free t.ader utilized the <<I(.-s estftblishcd,"-continues the  occasion by p aeu.g by tlie side ' 1 | TempSi othat Atimiral RojestvCnsKT.  the statue a shield of primrose bear- j (].(1 no(_ enter ms ^^ while oB Mal  ing the we I  known q.io al.pi.    irom I, ftr iXlld notlling yct   wamulLs  Kemai'K's of the Dceea.snd Statesman:-l   ���������  "Proteclion is not only,dead, but is  dead indeed," picked out in for-get-  mc-nots.  mercial    ir isin.\ss  men of Sr- :������   .or  patronize that  '''Over one-half of tl������ Wpplies jr  ' materials of all kinds gold or used  in this city, amounting to thousands  p\ dotlars 'vyee'ijy, ap 'paichasetl frp n  coniii|ercial fipiis m Seattle, I'jie  |Jpri; Townsepd Chamber of Cojni  mcrcc believes that the Seattle pu-  sincss men have an effective weapon  with which they can prevent ��������� *,'V-ii  wholesale misrepresentatloB iMid uncalled-for attacks investigation whale-' ��������� made  by that paper < i its  detriment and t mt of  cordial business Ivmw':; ��������� existing between Port T(,w. ,m*u jid Seattle."  The letter    add:   a n..,-f;._������-_    attack  by iiiniicii'do against 'the motives    of  -j'l'jc ' cpijVrpllih'g "owner of lbs   pap^r,  and coiicliides as folfow^*  "I am further directed to inform  you that Port Townsend is abundantly . able to substantiate every  claim which it has made in the :u ���������. -  ter of its sale of water bonds toi.ee  state, and will continue to exnmd  its hc|L- efforts toward u'eaclnng1 a  just and fair e-onslusion to the wise  and unprejudiced action taken by tho  board of state land commissioners.  ''���������Kindly acknowledge recejpt' ajid  furnish notice of action contemplated  hereon.     Very  trulv ypurs,  f'N. s'. SNYDER/'  ��������� ��������� '^-*~-.  '  JEFFERSON JMPROVPI).  press and of meetings, etc'  '/'AlAKINp  MANY   ARitL'STiJ.  St. Petersburg,";"April 13.���������The j-c-  licc are making jnimerous, arrests of  working men and intellectuals, and  working men and Intellectuals, ami  the prisons are full now to overflowing.. Practically all the delegates to  the Schledveski mission which was  created in February -last- to investi-  loliiuion jgate the cause of discontent among  all con- I the .'working classes, are in custody  FOR A   HOLIDAY.  AGfJflp lUFLRMAN DEAD.  ..Alpena,  Mich.,  April ,19.��������� Martin  Chase  Bpbjamin,   a famous  character  of  the Thundei-  I'.ay  region,  is ...lead,  at    Flubjiard    Lake,  aged  ^   years,  Benjamin  was a wonderful  ride shot,  AMATEURS  *.      -���������'������������������"..      . .  -.  C* A^T    TTT/^UnT" i of Ml������ violation 'of French 'neutralitv  ^/\IN    r lOH:l    ��������� The Japanese legation has !ftQt ye  the assumption that he has been less  careful in the wafers of Indo-C'i|tia,  Therefore, the Toki.p .despatches. <-o  Jtoo far in .declaring that France permits Russia to employ hcr ports! .'or  offensive operations. There is no  proof supporting  any such  assertion  ters in Indo-China. , Instructions ' serious breach of neutrality. Baron  have been sent to the governor .renc- Suyemarsu, who took a view tint  ral of Indo-China calling his' atteii- was far from an alarmist, said that  tion to the regulations concerning if the reports were true, Japan would  the observation of neutrality issued have good...excuse to complain. Jap-  at'the outset of the war. These r re an, however, had no intention of  identical with the neutrality ..oiles picking a parrel with France,  iji force during the Spanish-American  war. It is believed that Admiral  Dekoirtuuieres, commander of tiie  French naval force.? at    Saigon,     in  proceeding to Kamaranh -bay, .(where  part of the -Russian. Second     Pacilc  squadron'has been seen)  is follo-"ing  the    governor general's instructions.  The latter were not the result of  he  report that Japan contemplated mak  ing  representations    on  the subject.  France has  from  the  outset     j.cted  voluntarily in    seeking  to   maintain  the;neutrality of iier waters..'.    This,  however, is increasingly difficult    at  some points .not connected by    Tele- I  grap.Ii.    Nevertheless the instructions  j    ��������� "("Mf i^giiLwu nas  ao,i yet  ! received     ���������instrucgp(is ' relating      to  Alounted   police yesterday attempted  to  suppress  a demonstration    of  employees  of the Putiloff Iron Svorks  after they had attended the' funeral  of a victim   of a crane accident.     A  conflict  ensued,   the workmen  firing  ievo}vcrs,   and the  police using  the  flat of their .swords.   -Many-were injured and arrested,  add  war  AMERICANS  SHORTLIVED  West Palm Beach, Fla., April 1.9.  ���������The condition of Joseph Jefferson,  the actor, was reported today as  better than yesterday. The patient  improved percpptijbiy during the  night. The -doctors are much en-  coil raged.  f'liarlcs B. Jefferson, son of Joseph  Jcli'erspn,   is authority for the statement tha,t his father apparently    is  much better today.   He is taking and  retaining  nourishment  and  hopes   of  his recovery are renewed.  Weis-baden,  Germany,  April  13. ���������  Americans!     arc   shorter   lived   than  the Germans, was  the i-oncliuion ;-r-  rived at, by Dr.   Blaqucr,  in  h's  paper on social hygiene in  li-.e    '\iu-d  Slates, submitted  today :n the     international congress of mpdicine n >\v  in session here.   A j though, more tPlU-  pcrats In'the use of alcohol      than  Hermans and  working an average of  ten per cent, shorter hours the    Americans are exhausted earlier  iu  li'iv  The  doctor  gave   these  figures       < r  each   thousand of  the population:  The number of persons from -10 to  GO years of age are in Germany 170,  in America, 170; persons over' 00 in  Germany,  78, in  America, 70.  Dr.   Bkujiier did   not undertake    ���������>  explain   tlie   facts.    lie  simply    j;avp  thcj]i  as a  result pf eiupiirips  duping  a visit  to the United Stapes iu 1901.  -r��������� q   ..      - ���������  RAISE THE  MEAT PRTCE,  New York,  April 1.0.--A further I'd, ���������  vance of one to three cents has been  agreed  upon  per pound,  by the  west  side butchersm this city.   At a mass  meeting- of  tlie  trade it was stated  the  packers   had  added  another  half  rent  to  their raise last week,   which  makes an advance of three cents   in  three  weeks.    It was considered i:se.  MAR INK.'  The Lome coaled  at   the  hunkers  this nioi ning and  left: [or Cee'nuiiius  to tow a lumber ship out 10 sra.  The tug Escort took on coal today  and has gone north to tow di-.v.-i a  boom of 750,000 feet of logs.  The ship Tricolor ca,me rn today  and wil| load fi/iOO tons o; ������������������c-.il for  San Franc igco.  " ^:,.. ...i���������-,���������  WITH SPLENDOR AUSPICIOUS,  (Yesterday afternpon the arni of the  pjvjl law assumed a really official  appearance, when City Const-aide  Hannay ,for tlie first time went hi.s  rounds clad in a fine new uniform.  The policeman's suit is certainly a  well-looking "get-up'3, quiet and  without any unnecessary display. Ii  is of dark hlue,'cloth with brass-hut-  tons on which i.s inscribed the word  Ladysmith, on the coat. The uniform fits the constable like a g|o.'e,  and the- niakc and gqod appearance  pcfiept credit uppn the papaiilc workmanship of the tailor, Air. I). Alathe-  son.  :;-French ne������tra|ity;, Thevefore, tho  Albany, N.Y. April }0-Thc Setiafp, |qll.cstipn lias npt.yet.'taken an o.Ti-  *v,'avote of 92 to w; passed'1 "t>hc'"| ^^fP"'**^"*! appears; to be conGiied  ill  of  Senal op   fraw|py 'atit|iori7.iivm ] *-������  tJie uiterances; of Japanese tie .vs-  spnt to AI. Beau contemplate the full  observance' of neutrality. '.. It is'-probable" that this has been made knoc/.u  to  the   Russian     naval commander.  Tlie'officials'   here have   no informa- | rani, Buy and Saigon under the  tion concerning the length of:   stay j chant flag of Russia.  He  added:   "Japan is far from coveting  Cochin-China, as has been imputed in  some quarters.    I, -do not think    the  French, are encouraging  the Russian  squadron     to  misuse French  friendship.    I.think, on  the contrary, that  France     is1 really anxious   lo  a-'oid  trouble on account of the sc nd  .a  DO'IXGS OF ROJESTYENSK ".  London, April 19.���������A despatch ������o .-  news  agency from Tokio .says:     in  formation received here is" taken   ������.������  indicate that the  Russian- squad. ,.'  proposes staying in Kamranh     Bat  until May.    Admiral Rojestvensky, in  the  meanwhile,  sending  oat cruisers  to overhaul merchantmen  proceediwn  along the trade route to-the straits  of Formosa.    The transports ace  panying  the Russian squadron    -are  reported to he plying ��������� between liaw.  15 mjivMp boxipg. Louts l,y amateurs..-1)a!)ers-'       If ai1  omcial  protest     is  with  eight-ounce glomes  under     the    "'^-Vthe Temps'"statement-proijabT  mles     and  auspices  of the. amateur | l}" indicates...the terms of the French  Athletip LTnipii of the United 'States,  or any domestic amateur 'athletic association now  incorporated   at.'i  un-  dcrj the sanitation of the Union. The  liill'prescrites. that s-uclr bouts must  be between. i.riegi>stjered<'amateii,fs, may  not exceed "15 riiifltrees'" in 'iena,'tlf*'i-,or  be fought more than once in any  2-1  hours between the same two participants .and���������that if must I;e  for medals or prizes,  other than money.  o.f  the Russian  vessels  at Kamarnh  Bay;    ���������'"' '_  i   :������������������-.���������[  Japanese newspapers in London le-  gard the breaches of neutrality     by  France in allowing  the Russian second Pacific squadron to remain, overtime on the Cochin-Chinese 'joast as  one of the most serious developments  in ���������the situation..  Minister  I-Iayashi..!  and Baron Suyerhatsu,  former  Jap-  response,  namely, 4hat the facts   do   a'hese minister of the interior,   when  not yet establish  that  Admiral - Ro-.  seen today,  were disinclined to give  jesivensky has entered within  the J-   a hasty expression   of opinion  or  to  KfLLEn AT  NOOiV,  Winnipeg,   Alan.,   April   19.���������Joseph  Powers     was  killed  at noon   today,  heavy  girders,   while   being   conveyed  up Ross avenue, falling on him.  mile' limit, and. that France is ������������������!���������������'  serving all the requirements of neutrality according to lier established  regulations upon the subject.  The French government has   taken, --   ,-_-----   every prec;aufcioii to secuve the pbsei*-   wait     confirmation     of the report:  ration  of neutrality in French      -/a- which have appeared to indicate    a  anticipate omcial  advices  giving the  facts as to the period the    Russian  ships     mavstay in French waters.  Minister Hayashi     was particularly  reticent and said  he preferred     to  ts  ci/ic squadron. In, fact, I-lhink responsible Frenchmen regard the  squadron as an unwelcome guest, and  therefore I am fully convinced tha>  France will, manage'.these'matters in  such.a way as to avoid being com  promised."  .SQUADRONS-, ASSEMBLING.  London"1,-- April 19.���������The. .correspoo-  dent at" Gibutil of Wie Daily Mall,  learns that' soinc s*������i?>*c of :the main  Russian fleet* joined the third Pacific squadron near'Sekotra and thence  ju-oc-eeded for "Diego Garcia, where  they will await the fourth Pacific  squadron.  St. Petersburg, April- 19.���������The  British ambassador, Sir Chas. Harding, started today for England on ',  month's holiday.  DEATH OF AN; EARL-  London,     April  19.���������The  Earl  of  Stanhope   (Arthur  Philip  Stanhope)  died this afternoon. lie was  born  in  1838.  _ o   WITH PLEASURE.  Nanaimo,   April   If).,   1905.  Editor , Ladysmith Ledgcrj��������� Dear  Sir:���������Kindly publish, in your first issue is that Adjutant and Airs. Nelson  of the Sa|vat'ipn' Army, of Victoria,  will he in Ladysmith in the intprest  of the yearly '"Se|f Denial Efioi',"  on Thursday, Aprjl 20th. A meeting  will be held in the eveping, with the  specjaipips of good music and good  singing.  Respectfully yours,  ARCHIE- COWIE.  LIFEINSUR.  ANCE WAR  New York,  N.Y.,   April  19.��������� The  general agents  of the Equitable Life  Assurance Society  met again   today  to  discuss  the  society's  affairs  and  the advisability  of forming a permanent position of the general agents,  for   mutual   support   and   prptpciipn.  Before  the   meeting   began  corridors  o(f     .the Hotel  Savoy were crowded  with groups of agents discussing the  over-night  developments, in  the con-  Ivnowlcs was suspended  pending    an   University  of  California  investigation  of his   action."   -NEW AMBASSADOR.  New York, April 19.���������A Berlin despatch to the Herald says: A despatch  from St. Petersburg' says Baron Rosen,  former Russian minister  lo  J a- j    "������"  ���������--���������i'"^"^' ���������"   "'c con-   !/-,      ,,  pan,  wi|l  succeed Count CasHiiini  at j U"ovcrs>'  "'eluding  a statement  made '  by-Henry II.  Knowlcsi until a    few  the Oar.  San. Francisco, April 17.���������The crew  of the Washington university beat  the Stanford foiir by about one .-.nd  a quarter lengths over a twa-mile  course this morning at Sausalito.  Those who were interested in ;nc  race left San Francisco by the '1.1.5  a.m, boat, but the Washington shell  did -not reach thc, San Francisco  Yacht Club house at Sausalito till  about 10.35, being brought over from  Oakland  Creek  on the   power     boat  crew,  ar-i  Washington,  days ago a superintendent of agencies  of the Equitable, to the effect that  the society's troubles had been caused by Air. Alexander and Vice President Tarbcll, in an el'ioi't to oust Air.  Il\-de from Ihe first vice presiden.-y  and hape Air. Tarbcll succeed Air. Al-  ! e.vander   when   the   hitler  ������-'i   ���������!���������   MAKES  A   RECORD.  After  establishing  a towing   record  lhai  is not. likely, to be oqual'ed  for  many  a month,   the  steamer   LclImi-  aw,  Captain  Meyer,      ami  the     mlk  John  (.'.   Potter,  Captain     McCaiiy,  arrived  at the  Taecnia smelter   'VI- .  nes.lav night, snvs the Seattle Post- I "e lrom lhe Presidency.   ���������lr.  K.iow-  Intclligenccr.    The steamer  and  |:ulk ' !cs   wlm  was  ���������*P���������^  '''"ii  his  r���������  Kition on Alonday last    >n ihe e-l.aiire  s!iO'-  1C-  IN A HURRY.  A well known Ladysmith gentleman  was this morning seen to dash madly  down to the train accompanied by  two fine, looking members of the canine tribe. Just as he "arrived the  conductor called  "nil  aboard,"     rml  A RAILROAD STRIKE.  Tiflis,   April   19.���������A   general   strike  of railroad  men has broken out here  and  at  Baku.    The train service  is  entirely suspended.   The employees of  the  tobacco factories- at Baku have  also struck.  ��������������������������� ,     ,,,������������������     r, ���������    ..     .   , ,,,   .   . . the gentleman Seized his dogs frant-  ess by those who. attended-the butch-       ,,         ,            ,, ,  ,,���������  . ��������� -  .  ,         ,.    ' ,    . ,   -fl      '   ,  ,.         , cally and  rpgard ess o    their yelps  sr.s'  mec ing' to draft resolutions de- ,     / ,  ,,       "*      , -  ers'  meeting  nouncing the Western  Packers, or  to  frame   a-schedule   of. increased   prjeps  fop     Al'aiiihat fan   butchers,   but     all  present agreed that they must raise  I heir prices. (  NEW   BOAT   LAUNCHED.  hurled them on the train opd sprang  on himself     mopped his brow with a  poeketliandkcrchjef  and  announced  to  the car conductor,  "Chemainus."   *   A SUDDEN  DEATH.  Huntingdon,    Va.,   April   19.���������Col.  ���������   . . . K. W. Emmons, founder of llunting-  lokio,   April W.-The torpedo boat ' don    was  stricken  wU.l,  apoplexy  at  destroyer Kuji was launched at Kure ' the   breakfast   table  today  and   lied  today.   Her displacement exceeds 200   within a few minutes.  He  was      78  tons' [years of ago,  brought a, very valuable cargo of con-  centra I es from the. Treadwell mines,  close (o Juneau, Alaska. According  lo the figures in the customs house,  the Potter brought 1,258 tons valued at $fi2,!H:0, while the Lcclaiuw  had (150 tons worth $32,5(0. As soon  as Hie vessels berthed at the smelt-r,  the work of discharging was begun  and if is expected that the Leelatuw  will be able to get away tomorrow.  She returns down sound for coal ana  other supplies for the mines. During  thc voyage, which took live aud a  half "days, Captain Meyer reports  good weather, The trip was -nade  by the inside passage, Two reco'.'Is  were established. This is the first  time a vessel I lie size of the' Lce'iin-  aw lias attempted to low a barge  down the inside passage and., again,  the time marks an epoch in .'���������oa:it>  wise trade, The best time, made by  a tug lowing the Potter was six days  and eighteen hours. Not a. mishap  hampered the towing experiment r.nd  yesterday Captain Meyer's friends  were congratulating him.upon 'Up  feat.  J of 'insubordination,   after  forty years j  of employment  with  the soeiJi.y, ; Iso  ���������declared  that  the present meeting of  general agents   wa.s  a snap affair at  The Washington crew put out from  the float first, being followed soon  afterward by the Stanford four. As  the Washing-ton shell carried no' coxswain, Glosler, the bow oarsman  steering with his feet, thirty-nine  pounds of shot in bag* was placed in  the stern of the shell to compensite  for the coxswain, weighing 1>)2 ,)ound  of the Shanford boat.  After a short preliminary spin the  crews rowed to the north of the,  ferry slip, and were instructed bv  J. C. Knight,   the Washington eoac.i,  R. H. Gaither, who helped instruct  the Stanford, men. They-were :;ta-  tioned on the shore at Waldo point.  The distance was estimated at two  miles, and was covered in 10.30. Tbe  The winning crew was made up  follows:  Richard Glosler, bow and steersman;" G. Tilden, No. 2; Owen Crio,  No. 3;   and D. Pullen, stroke.  The Stanford crew were made uu  of heavier men than the Washinton.  The crew- consisted of H. G. Butter-  field, bow; R. Bryan :&o. 2; F. Zimmerman, No. 3;. W. H. Dole; strose  and captain and F. W. Turner, cot-  swain.  Both the coaches and the spectators pronounced Richardson's j-ty an ���������  excellent eouise' for a rowing ace.  The crew ol" fhe University of Call- :  form'a is desirous to meet tha Stai-  forii four, and expresses ils readiness  to do so at any time on any eonr.e.  If lhe Stanford varsity .-rew vill rot  me:-!, the Berkeley senior four, c.  California freshmen are ready -��������� tow  against  the Stanford   "r-shmen.   .i'"*.  GREAT  BRITAIN'S  PLANS.  Vienna,   April   19.���������Thc  Associated  ranged iu  thc interests of Mes,  evandcr   and   Tarbcll.    Alany   of    the  agents      today   denied   emphatically  that  the   meeting had  been arranged  in  anybody's  favor,  and said  the gathering was a representative one with  no. abject except  thc welfare of the  society  and   the removal of existing  condi I ions   which  they said  made thc  work of soliciting agents exceedingly  difficult.  A   friend      of   President   Alexander  made a statement   today in  reply  to j  the charges  of 11.   Ill   Knowles,  one   |  of   the   Equitable   supervisors   of  ag-  who  acted  as  starter.     No.  .'.,     i.. ,-,               ���������  ,         ,    ,   ,,     r   . ��������� ,   ���������������  ,,,    ,.    L       ,      .   .    ,   ,    ,      ,.   Press  is  inlormcd at   the foreign ot  the  Washington  boat  had  broken ins  ..   .. ������     .  *,",   'oar,   and   was  provided    with a  new  srs. Al- j      ' ' . .  T he  word was  given  and  one. lhe word was given and tac |  crews were sent off at an even start,!  After rowing a few strokes, No, ''. j  in the Washington boat broke his i  second oar, and the crews were re- j  called. At 11.30 they were sent  away again to a good slarl, and no  mishap occurred.  Stanford had the station nearer!  the jilariu shore, and Washington he  outside position. Both crews pulled  a'stroke of about thirty-four to the  minute, but the Stanford boat had  no life, and the men lacked swing  and      style.       The  Washington  "our  rncies.       "So   far  as   Air.   Knowles' ,    ,,   .       ,, ,      ,, .   ..        x,   .  .,   , ,   ��������� i   -j       it     f        puled   well together,   and   thc.     boat  statement   is   concerned   it  calls   for     '        -  .   ,    ,        ,      L,       ,    ,  no  reply   from   Air.   Alexander,   whose  seemed to travel.     The starter  nd  other    officials  followed   the     racing  liee today that the negotiations between the powers regarding Great  Britain's plans for the financial reform of Alaeedonia will probably be  terminated at the'end of April. Sonic  doubt is entertained here ano>"t Get  many's altitude on  the subject.   o ���������  PIERPONT   AND THE  KING.  Rome, April 19.���������King Victor J>  manuel today received in private . '.-  dience J. Picrpont Alorgan, whir  .thanked his majesty warmly for K-  grand cordon of Saints Alaurice s.r-1  Lazarus which he wore. The 'ing'  was'most cordial in his manner and  expressed personal gratification at  Mho genecous  act of Mr.  Alorgan   in  position   in   lhe   matter  is  very sim- ' '"' , ,7 : returning to  Aseoli   the cope stolen  ,,i,     m,.   i'������������������,.i���������,   ��������� l,    v    .       , ���������     .boats  on the launch  Fiver,  but could i. , ^       ,,,,., ,       ,.  pie.    My.  Knowles, who is one of the 1     ,   ,  ,, ,. .. ,-    ',        . frexm   tie   cathedral   there   and    -old  .,,..         ,  ,  ,          ���������           ,.    ,          not tell the. result, as the launch was i , m  ��������� ��������� c -ly s  many  supervisors,  disobey- i4n_   e_    _v  ^,l% _  ���������rn1n%.      ������������������n!to some  unknown  person.   The con-  ���������,!   ihe orders  of the  president that  he -.Hi south  and take charge of    an  agency made vacant by deat^h.   Mr.  i too  far  astern.        The  water      .va  smooth,  only a slight  breeze     blow- '  ing.    The,judges at the* finishing 1 -no  were E M. Garnett, the coach of the  ���������versalion which ensued was carried  on iu English and lasted half an  hour. DAILY LEDGER  skii-i  .-'.''\V-  ���������':'-.;������������������*.'  4*  :4*5  :-'4  THE DAILY LEOGER  .VuLlished   every day except"-Siinday.'  BY       THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  Offices,  Ladysmith and  Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  00 cents  a month;    $5  per  year   in  advance.    Advertising rates on/application. -���������  WEDNESDAY,  APRIL  10,   1'90'E  HUNTING IN  COWICHAN  The following article .onr the game  ���������pi t.'.owichau district is taken from  p. special issue of a paper gotten up  by Mr. II.'Smith of Duncans,, issued  December 5.1 h, 1003. The description  ;<jf (raine- here given is, the reader  ���������will agree, good, and told in an in-  jlcresiing .way.  Having been asked to write a short.  .article  on  he  above,  and  at.  'lie  it  10  panic   lime  being  assured   that  . .-would    be' a very easy .subject,  .write  about,  cspscially  a.s  only      a  short  article  is. wanted,  the .writer  'in  a weak    moment promised   to -lo  Ho.    The great  (lilficulfy  is   to   ,vrite  l-ihortly. and   include  all   game.        It  ���������would  be an easy matter to write a  (-oluinii on any one species of -anihial,.  I iu I   a bard one   to  mention   all game  ���������lo be obtained in  the Cowichan,  ������i s-  '.i.rici. and make  the remarks short.  I  .Will'first touch upon  the big game.  , Black Dear. .  ,  Black  Bear are fairly plentiful     in  parts of the district, and may      be  propped   upon   occasionally.   Thcyi ure  ficen and shop in  the Cowichan i..a'<e  jlistrict    ��������� more  freiiucntly   than    ny  oilier part 'or  the district., Al/out ten  ito "lificen arc .killed yearly.  Panther..-,.   . ���������  Panther, like bear, are .fairly"plentiful,   but   seldom   sceii   unicss   treed  by  a dog.    Most, are shot in   ,   this  way, and as a rule are  to  be found  Where   there are  sheep.    They       .ire  'Afraid  of man,   and  no person in !he  district lias ever -.been known to- -lave  been     attacked  by one.   Two years  , ago,  on   the,  Glenora  settlement,    at  cue of  the farm bouses, a small  ^liild  was .sitting on  the front steps  with  -when suddenly a panther jump-  ;a dog.  >;l over the'fence, seized' the .dog:. ssnd  made oft' with it;, the 'child' however,  was not; touched. The year previous  In this in the same district an old  nettler was walking on the main roa>"  ,whcn a panther sprang out  and -seiz- ...    ed his small dog.   lie saved the dog's   during  the season.  a pity   thc huh I.  was  not  ���������wilneSnCd,  as it would have been most interesting  to have watched "their mode     of  light ing.    I   think   the   betting  would  have been fairiy even.  Wolves.  ���������These animals as a rule keep well  back from civilization, but during  the winter months some come down  to the outlying farms. They are very shy and seldom show themselves  but will follow a man, keeping out  of, sight and howling around him.  They are not considered dangerous.  A few years ago Mr. J'.a\lor, of Cowichan Lake, who at the ���������.time,, was:  trapping at the head .of the lake,  when one day visiting! his traps,  heard a wolf howl; he answered it.  The next moment six wolves were on  him. Ho shot two without putting  his .rille to his shoulder, shot.another  clubbed a fourth ' with the butt of  nis g'uii���������the butt was'all chewed to  pieces. The rest .then made off. The  question is, did they know him to be  a maii, or did they think he was a  strangcwolf'.'  last year a band of about thirty  were- seen''on the Cowichan Lake  road, three.of which were shot, but  only one was picked up. There were  three men with rilli-s at the time;  how do you think those wolves would  have behaved supposing there had  been only one -man and he unarmed?  1 should not like to have been in  that .position.  , Mow is it that wolves do not. in-,  crease hi numbers? They do not appear to. They have'-no-enemies- except man", and he kills very few. I  think the reason is this: They suffer  greatly-"from mange, which kills numbers, and. they are their own enemies.  They often get, killed in their lights,  anil also the dogZ. wolf will -;eiit- the  youngoiies if he can lind ' theni. The  sl.o wolf, however, ' docs her best to  hid;.- them. Only two or three as a  rule are brought into the Clovernmcn;  ollice duriiig the year.  Wapita- :'' ,-���������'".;,-,���������  These,! think, "arc the most .nia^nili-  cenl of all deer.species. A few are  to'be found in the district���������in certain  laces. A- friend of mine who lives  n this district, and who at one  lime went in greatly for .-hunting,  .md whose word is good, told . me  that- one time when out, he got  amongst fourteen buck elk, hut iu;vir  firnl a shot at them', the reason being he was a. good long way iii.and  hai a good pack i:nd could not have  brought in the heads.; That nuiii'.l  call a "sportsman; ami if every ina.n  were like hiin, there would, he a g.ood  maiiv more elk titan there are now,  I fancy: There are not, as a rule,  more    than two     heads;brought out  NO.  686, F.  ���������:        :���������j  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  did  Tuesday at 7.30  p.m.    Worthy  President, B. Forcimmer;      Worthy  Secretary, C. H.  Rummings.  *��������� Plans,  Specifications  and  De~  ������������������ tails     furnishekl lor all kinds  ������������������ of work in the CARPENTER  ������������������ Line  *��������� C.   B.   ROBELEE,   Carpenter  ������������������ and Joiner,     2nd ave, L'ady-  ������������������ smith,  B. C.  life bv  clubbing the panther on   ''he  head  will, a heavy club.    The pantli^S The common     deer of Vaiicou ci   Is  er made off but was, a few weeks r.f  ter, found 'dead, within a 100 yards  of the jilace, with a fractured skull.  About adozen of these animals are  yearly brought "to the government office for the bounty. This year, en  3Mr. Shearing's farm in South Cowichan, a panther and bear had a hard  fight, presumably over a sheep -hat  had been killed by one of them. From  "tbe damage done,  it was quite easy  Black Tail Deer.  .and arc ''numerous and easy to get  if a ivnui knows anything about hnnt-  hut as-;*, rule it means a day's work.  I have known some men or some occasions,who have conic iip for a day  or two's hunting and gone away  without a:������eer, slanging the district,  and savins they were told-there were  lots of-deer, but they found none,  etc., etc. As a general rule you will  find' tint these men know nothing at  through    Hie     bush, and if ('iere are   LADYSMITH AERIE  two of    them probably keep cooeying    q   pj      .   to each other, for fear of getting  iost, and then trey expect to sec a  deer. There is only,one way to bunt  deer. .:. ,  @  When  you start.16hunt,  go slowly, quietly, and  keep  your eye  op^n.  Don't     try to cover seven or eight  miles    of    ground;   two  or  three  is  (pjjilc, enough. It is hard''-to estimate'  the number killed during the season,  but two or three .hundred must     i.e  shot if those that are killed  by    Indians are included. (  Reaver. j  These'animals arc not so numerous  as    (bey used  to be,  but are  to  bo  found ami .trapped around several  of  the.'lakes. ��������� A few  are  killed   yearly  |  at  Somcnos Lake within  a mile     of  Duncans,  Otter.     ,  There are few of these to he found  in   the   district   lakes   and   streams,  and an. occasional'one .-.is'' trapped.  Pheasants.  These birds were first..introduced in  this district about eleven years ago,  a few  being hatched  and  turned  ��������� ut  in several .places.    Now they are uuni  erous, and  ihe cock birds are allowi  ed  to    be shot,   the hens  toeing protected.    The Cowichan   Valley  i.s   f.n  ideal    home    for- them,   there  being  plenty    of  food   and   splendid   cover.  They, have done so well that some of  flic    farmers are complaining about  them,.and would like the Act amended so as  to allow the hens  to       ac  shot.      Personally    I think-  if   hens  were allowed to be shot,  they would  soon  be ex terminated,'', as  the hen  is  a "much easier bird "to be shot  than  the cock,  sitting closer and  not  being nearly so wild.   If any aU'eraijoir  in  the-Act-is'made in'-'-this  respect,  the .open" seaso. for hens should  not  be  more  than  fourteen 'days  in     he  year.     1 estimate, that about      two  thousand   pheasants   have  been   shot  tiiis season, and there still appear to  (Continued on Page three)  PAINTING,   PAPEK     HANGING  Work done properly and at . right  prices. Shop and residence in reai  if  Ladysmith "Hotel.  J.  E. SMITH, Prop.  V    CRYSTAL LAUNDRY  ���������  *���������  ������*  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  Via the peopies'ifavorite  Under New Alaragm en  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnell &Woodbank  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly T'irst Class.  Commercial Wens'  hcadmi.irtc-rs.  Kire I'roof     lluildiiiir.  NOTICE.  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,  will be prosecuted.  RUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  Ladysmith, B.C.  2  Overlands  Daiiy  2  Passengers can leave Victoria daily  at 8 p. in. or '11 p. m..  TICKETS SOLD TO ALL POINTS  Shortest route to Fcmie, B. C,  and  AI.l'KOOTENAY  POINTS.  For rales, folders, sleeping car  reservations and nil information call  on or address  The City Market  R. Williamson, Prop.,  1st Ave,     Ladysmith  -Leave, orders with  BLAIR & ApAM.  All work first-class at THE CHRV  iTAL,  VICTORIA.       I   it'll:   iuuiici!>i:   uuni;,    it    wm   'I"*'   v"-;        ... ......uinrr  to tell  what had been fighting.  It is   a'l of .-hunting.- 'Ihey^go^ciashint.  Public Notice  Attention is called to the    fact that the  Ogilvie Flour mils Go,  Limited,  makers  of ROYAL IIOUSEII   OLD   FLOUR,     have for some time  past been producing Hour in a    vastly  improved  and  purified  form  by the aid of      ELECTRICITY  and  having secured control of    all the basic patents relating, thereto, take Ibis opportunity of a dvising   the  public   that any  u.nautlir:  ori/.ed users of the electrical    flour purifying processes   will  be pro-:  Seen tod.  Tlie Ogilvie Flour Mills  CompanJ.  Limited,  are the only millers in  Canada whose! Flour    is  pui'if ied by the electric process.  Ttie Ladysmitli  Opera HTou������e  Caa be secured for Theatrical purposes, Dancing Parties, or Entertainments generally.  D   NICHOLSON, "Prop  S. O. YERKES  G.W.P.A.,  Seattle, Wash,  K. J. 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We do papering  ami Painting at most reasonable rates for ihe best work obtainable here,  is'o trouble to show ypu our new colorings and designs in Wall-Paoers for  this season. Call and see them at the  Ladysmith Wall Paper Depot, 1st Avenue. K- r\        ik c.  HARRY KAY  flctdicr Bros.  .... JOcalersJm   Pianos anc  Organs...  Ladysmith, B. C.  f#**^'  Geo, Roberts,  ?C  Prop  e Yuen  Merchant Tailor,  Roberts St, Ladysmith  HENRV'S NURSFRIES  NEW CROP-  Home Grown &  Imported  GARDEN.    FIELD     and FLOWER  SEEDS,  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  RHODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  Are You  Going; East  Then be sure your tickets read   via  the  The   KSPLAkADK    between tbe  Grand and.'Abbottsford,  WiT;iiAM Powers, Prop.  F.ncB Young  BARRISTOR ami  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO, LADYSMITH  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES. " '  Repairing  and  making" to order   ������  speciality.  THOHAS MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, IS. C.  TICKET ^OFFICE  and   Yates  St?.,  Cor.   Government  Victoria, B. C-  Trains  Transcontinenta1  ��������� Trains,. .Daily  3  I  COPYRIGHT  The only line now making UNION  JEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  ind      MINNEAPOLIS    with       the  hrough    trains    irom    the     Pacific  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LTNE, THE  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST  TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHI-  JAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  md ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information  ask your  ocal agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   Agent,  151  Yesler Way.  Seattle.  One of' which is the famous "North  Coast Limited," Ride on it always.  Up-to-date Pullman and Tourist  sleepers on all trains. Through tickets issued to all paints East and  South, also Pullman tickets issued  and  herlhs reserved.  Only direct route to Yellowstone  Park. Cheap rates from all points  East! from March 1st to May-lfltli.  Steamship tickets on sale to all  European points. Very Tow rates  now in effect. Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire.  l-'or  further  particulars call at the  oiii or phono No. '15G.  A.  D*  CARLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A.,  N.P., General  Agent  Portland,  Ore. Victoria,  B.C  Esquimalt  & Nanaimo Railway  EASTER HOLIDAYS  <��������� Douhlc' Train Service in effect from Friday, April 21o>l, until Monday, April 21th., inclusive, the afternoon trains running on same schedule  as   Wednesday,   Saturday  and   Sunday afternoon trains.-  Excursion  rates' available to and   from    all    stations,    " tickets being  good  from  Friday,  April  21si   until   Monday,  April  2-1 th.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  1 . Traffic- Manager.,  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  s  i.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.     .  Smelting Wofksat  LADYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  I  S  I  !  I CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  I General Manager.  f  THOS. KIDDIE.  0!&Kik0i1^*^'i&K&9i*S?9iiik9iikKik*Ki  Smelter Manager, *  W. SILER.  GENEEAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY Do-''.  Leave orders at the Abhotsford.  LADYSMITH SHAVING  HIGH STREET.  :���������:���������: Best in tho City :���������.���������j  :x*-35zs������5PrKEn5r:  "yjTZ>Tr������<l=!^;..C  RATES *2.oo PER DAY  SAMP&K ROOMS  *J1AR SUPlTvTED WITH KE-T  . WINES, MQUOKS, CIGARS  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  Best accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and fishing in near vicinity.  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor - LADYSMITH, B. C.  9M *������������������������$���������$���������$���������$���������$���������*���������������������������$������������������������ $*H^^  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK, A  SPECIALTY.       ���������  |     DAVID JOHNSON  | PHONE 66 LADYSrtHTH f  ft  WM. MUNSIE, President  J. W." COBURN, Man.  Director  Telephonej4C.'  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT  FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-Shlngles a  Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers     of���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned  and   Kiln  Dried  Flooring      and  Finishing    Lumber  In    Stock.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8700.000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  [B. E. WALKER, General Manager''"      ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :  $5 and under..     3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  "    $10 .    " " $30   10 cents  "    $30       " " $50......   15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any-office ill C  nada of a CharteredBank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking- point:,  'n thc United States.  KEGOTIABLE AT A FIXED RATH A  ''  THIi: CANADIAN BANK.OF COMMERC' . LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of remittin   .small sums of money  with safety and at small   :ost.  LADVP������".ITH BRANCH  W.   A.   CORNWALL.  Manager.  THE JONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Good Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  HIGH STREET, - -  EUROPE   HOTEL  J. GIACHERO, Prop.  Newly    furnished,    every thing   the  best, finely stocked bar.      Transient  rate, $1.00 per day.    Monthly   rate,  $23.00.  First Avenue . . . Ladysmith, B. C.  Solid Comfort  PGR ALL WHO SMOKE THE  EHPIRE CIQARS  DE  Stevens Block,  Ladysmith,  B.C.  DfiiListry  in  all  its   Brunches;   every  new. appliance.  Ladysmith   Temple iNo. 5   R&thbonc  The Kings Hotel is the only place lSisters meets in t-hc Oddfellow's hall  .n Ladysmith    that has  on  draught 12nrl and 4th Tuesday at 7.30 p. m.  John Lahatt's India Pale Ale.   Call  Mrs- Rate Tate, secretary.  iiound and sample it. . I I.U  Best  accommodation .for  transient  and permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably  furnished and  the bar is up-to-  date.     Rates $1.90 a day  wards.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  Esplanade :���������: :������������������: :���������: :���������: Ladysmith  LADYSMITH BAKSRY  HOP LEE &' CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED AND FRESH.  BREAD FIVE CENTS PER LOAF  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orderi taken for Pastries to he delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  hay. m������iWf~~  Orders will be delivered any wherein the city promptly and at the lowest possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, on the  aud    up-  Esplanade.  ���������T'AS.  WARNOCK.  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual  subjects   taught;   also  lan-  NI AG AHA   POWER   BILL.  ���������:o:���������i Ml;  New York, April I.s.���������Tlie Niagara  Power Bill will be reported favora-  Eriiages, drawing in pencil and cray-j biy i0 the assembly tomorrow by lhe  diis,  paint ng in  oils and water col- ',,,mmH ,,,��������� ni -,,���������,", .,  ... . , , .      committee o> cleetneitv, .gas and wa-  jrs, pianoforte and vocal lessons giv- ��������� ' "  en in classes or individually. .   I ter sl,!,1,I-v'    'l,c bi"  is  expected   to  MISS BERTRAM,        come UP for final passage on Thur*,  Ladysmith, B. O. day, b'v5  l:vf ������������������ ���������''".���������  *v'L  !&��������� e  r ���������  ���������!���������  f  B>!-l-  11  ',i ?.  *.' !  IH  '<  DAILY LEDGER  $:  .**������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������  ���������*1 am  ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  ��������� ��������� ���������  ��������� ��������� -��������� ��������� '���������'  ��������� *   m '��������� -���������-:��������� ���������  ��������� ���������������������������������������������  , ---'���������  ������  ��������� '  Keep Your Eye '^-i}^"^  We have secured this space and  intend to make it interesting.  PITT &M  Duncan,    B. CM  ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  ���������   ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������   ���������    ��������� '���������'���������  ���������..  ���������'.������������������'   ���������   ���������  ���������   ���������  ���������  ��������� ���������   ���������  '.'_ ���������  -      ���������  ���������  ���������'  DUNCAN  ESTABLISHED 1878  and QUAHICHAN  W. P. JAYNES  ���������Importer and Dealer in all kinds of Merchandise���������  AGENTS FOR���������The American CYeam-   Separator Co.,  Grant Powder Co,,  anil R. C. Pottery Company.  Also Manufacturer of all kinds of Feed from Home Grown Products.  ���������  DLINCAN  STAGE LEAVES FOR COWICH'AN  LAKE MONDAY,  WEDNESDAY,  .���������'���������'': and Friday:    "mount.   , ���������  sicker daily.  PRICE BROS.,  Proprietors.  Quamichan Hotel  ���������0���������  many as ever in South Co\vichan   n-.li  south of Shawnigan, and on many of  the hills.    Personally  I have      shot  more-blue grouse this year  than any  of the seventeen years I have been in  the province..   Some men shot 25 t0  30  birds  on    the   1st  of  September.  About'the second week in September  they all go back to the. higher mountains,   and  unless  you go  up  there,'-  nothing more  is seen of them, intii.  spring���������when     they come down     to  breed.  Willow.. Grouse.  Willow Grouse arc the best flavored    bird    In ��������� the'���������province,'  and "ihe  hardest to shoot, (unless they .tree.)  They, have    this   unfortunate  habit,  and get potted off in conseqtience. If  they could get  over  this  failing,     I  don't think there would  he so many  1 know  of   -io  Headquarters   for  Tourists and Commercial Men  ���������0���������  BOATS ON SOMEiVOSLAKE.  Splendid Fishing, Telephone connection.  Keast's Livery &  Freighting Stables  -H. Keast, Proprietor  FRANK CONRUYT, Prop.  Dtincans^Station.  the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior,  ��������� The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed     or bars of the river  below low water marfc, arid subject  to the rights of all persons who have,  or who may receive, entries,for bar  diggings or  bench claims, except on  the Saskatchewan   River,   where  the  lessee may drcgde to high water mark  on each alternate leasehold.  The  lessee  shall  have a dredge  in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person * or company   has  obtained more.than one lease       one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction  is sufficient.   Rental,  $10     per  annum for each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate of 2*.per   cent. ,  collected  on  the output after it   ex-  Stage leaves Mount Sicker at- 7  a.m.,  at 12:30 p.m., daily, except     Sundays.  returning,  leaves   Duncan  (Specials at short notice.)  1C  *>%*  X   DUNCAN,   B.   C.   X   X  ROBT. GRASSIE & SON  GENERAL BLACKSMITHS  AN EASTER OPENING  FAIR'S  NEW  M1LUNERV STORE  i  OPENED AT DUNCAN  Newest creations in Millinery- Up-  to-date Hats Made and Trimmed to  Order at Shortest Possible Notice.  FLOWERS, FOIL AGE. All Ladies    cordially     invite*!    to inspect  HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY  * -   ��������� ���������  STATION STREET, ' ������& DUNCAN, B. C.  ^������r  DUNCAN   L,v!^and STABLES  S. J. Hagan, Manager  .f    Freight ing a Specialty   +  PRICES nopERATE  FIRST CLASS  TURNOUTS     OF    RIGS,    HARNESS,   HORSES.  DUNC  A.N.i   B. C.  Your patronage solicited  Telephonte  in  Connection.  =  -*-*-aH������HiWfc-*-  ���������3r-7K-% )K  %-  ^r-HH&  R, B. ANDERSON  HIGH GRADE BICYCLES  BICYCLE AND GUN REPAIRING.    ACETYLENE GAS  FIXTURES AND GENERAL METAL WORKING  Fine lines, WATCHES,  CLOCKS and JKWELRY REPAIRED.  SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED.  4-  X  Oddfellows Block    -    -     -.-    -    ~    -     - Duncan v, B.C.  AN IDEAL TOURIST AND  HEALTH RESORT  HOTELSTRATHCOHA  Tourists  and  sportsmen  making this hotel  their headquarters will appreciate the excellent cuisine and service.  Electric light is fitted through  out.     There is a. good   supply  of water.    No mosquitos.  SHAWNIGAN LAKE   B. C.  Pharmacist  7fV   VK    '������������������*    ?t'V"  FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION  LANDS IN MANITOBA THE NORTHWEST TERi  RITORIES     AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  ���������Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased  :at $10 per acre for soft coal and $20  for anthracite. \Not more than 320  acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate  of ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds  shall be collected on the gross output.  Quartz���������Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free mini's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advancs  WHITT0ME  When $500 has been expended 0r paid  the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase the land  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister of the Interior to locate  claims containing Iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  $7.50   per annum  for  an  individual,  |area nofc exceeding 160 acres  The     patent for a mining location  and from $50 to $100 per annum lor  a company.according  to  capital.  A  free     miner,  having  discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  name with  two  legal  posts,  bearing  location notices, one at each end   on  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen days if located within ten  miles of a mining recorder's office, one  additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At least $100 must be expended  on the claim each year or paid to  the mining  recorder  in  lieu  thereof.  shall provide for the payment of a  Royalty of 2A per cent, of the sales  of the products of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and the I  N.W.T., excepting the Yukon Terri- j  tory���������-Placer mining claims generally !  are 100 ft. square,      entry fcc$5,re-'  newable yearly. On the North Saskat  chewan  River claims are cither bar j  or bench,  the  former being 100    feet  long and extending between high and  low water mark.  The latter  includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill or bank, but not   exceeding 1,000 feet.   Where steam power is used, clainis 200 feet wide may  Jceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable...  ' The' lessec-s-.right is confined to .the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the  Istday of August in*the year of the  the date of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two years from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles within six years from  such date. Rental, $100 per mile for  first year and $10 per mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty, same  as placer mining.  Placer Mining in thc Yukon Territory���������Crock," "-gulchy- river -and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet;    in  ength, measured on the base 'line or  general direction of the creek or gulch  the width  being from 1,000 to 2,000  feet. "All other placer claims shall be  250 feet square.  Claims arc marked by_ two legal  posts, one at; each end, bearing nc"-  tices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining Recorder's office. One extra day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claim must hald a free miner's.certificate: .''"���������''.        jj������<  The discoverer of; a new'niine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in  length, and if the party consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no royalty shall be  chargen, the rest of the party ordinary claims only.  Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at the rate  of two and one-half per cent, on the  altie of the gold shipped from     the  y"ukon Territory to be paid to     the  Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one mining claim      on  each  separate river, creek or gulch,  but the same miner may hold     any  number of claims by purchase,     and  free miners may work their claims in  partnership by filing notice and paying a fee of $2.00.    A claim may    be  abandoned and  another obtained     on  the same creek, gulch 0r river by giving.notice and paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim each  year to the value of at least $200.  A certificate that work has      been  done must be (vSits.ined each year;     if  not, the claim jLaII be deemed to   be  abandoned,  and     open  to occupation  and entry by a Tree miner.  The boundaries of a claim may   be  defined absolutely by having  a survey  made  and publishing notices  in    the  Yukon  official  Gazette.  Petroleum���������All   unappropriated   Dominion  lands in Manitoba, thc Northwest Territories, and within the Yukon  Territory,  arc open to  prospecting for  petroleum,  and the Minister  may reserve for an individual or company  having  machinery on the  land  to be prospected, an area of 1020 acres for such period as he may decide,  the length  of width shall not cxccci  tlii'?e  times the breadth.  Should the prospector discover oil  n Paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly establish such- discovery, an area  not exceeding G40 acres, including the  oil well will be sold to the prospector at the rate of $1.00 per acre and  the remainder of the tract reserved  namely, 1,280 acres will be sold  at thc rale of three dollars an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate  as may be specified by order-in-coun-  cil-  JAS. A. SMART.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  Department  of the Interior,  {j    ,���������  (Continued from Page Two.)  foe plenty left.   Pheasants during,cold  weather with' deep snow, require to  be "fed; they can-stand the cokl, 'iut  cannot stand the deep snow. During  weather of this; kin'd,  I always scatter grain about my place for  their  benefit,  and - during  the  winter there  are always birds right up to      the  house.   I snggest that others do likewise. :;  ''; ';.���������  Blue Grouse.  Blue Grouse are the natural game  of  the country,-and are i to'be -snot,  in  numbers in different parts of  lhe  district.    Some people claim     there  arc not as-many, as there used to be,  which is correct' as far ; as the in'oro  populated' parts  of the  district   ire  concerned,  but there,appear to boas  be obtained.  Dredging in the rivers' 0f Manitoba  and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukon'killed as there arc-  Territory���������A free miner may obtain -bird that starts his flight at such a  only two leases of five miles each for pace, or takes better advantage <f  a''term of twenty years, renewable in  cove"'.when on the wing.   These bprls  have certainly  'decreased   in  numbers  in this aistrict.  P-ut what can be expected' when birds  tree, and almost  every man and   boy  carries a gun? I  think 'it is perfectly safe to say that'  today compared   with  ten years- ago,  five    times  tlie number  of guns   ire  out.    Some  people  put  the  decrease'  down to pheasants driving them off.  This     I do    not   agree   with.    How  many .pheasants  do you  think would  be  left in  the district,  if bens     as  well as cocks were allowed to      i,c  shot,  and  they,  too,  treed?   I have  shot? thirty brace so far this season,  and J am .quite content.     .-  Mountain Quail..".";';'  In my opinion the handsomest native, bird of uhe province. Pretty  'Shooting, and ���������delicious eating. I  know of quite a number of covies  this year. They appear to stick to  the same locality and nest, in tlie  same place year, after year. They  can stand'-: the-winter-all right!  California Quail.  ���������';Thero/are; a few of these birds, but  not many., ��������� I know 0f about six ei>v-  ies this year. 1 cannot account" for  the reason they, do so well near -Vic.'  toria and Saanich, where some seasons they arc iu hundreds,; and never  seem to increase in this district.  You sec about the same sized covey  in the same place every year, hut  they never seem to increase. I-iow is  it'.'l put it down to the snow lying  deeper in this district. . These b:ids  cannot stand deep snow, it kiil.j.  them right oh'.  Snipe.     ;'  This bird, I    imagine,     must be a  favorite of     cartridge .i-.afiu'a^uurfirs  because if you get amimgit a fc v  of  them .ns-a rule a good  deal  of good  powder    is     burnt���������which of com:--.,  helps    trade.   These     bir Is come it,  sometimes in fair     numbers, anil occasionally a g������od bag is 'made."They  are in,.today-  and     Rone, uunirrow.  There' is    no     certainty     of finding,  snipe.   You  run     across  1'iim 'sometimes   in the  most   unlikely places���������I  once (lushed ojie on top of a biii out  ol a bracken in a dry place.  Wild  i)ui.c.  rIhis article of   mine   s getting-far  f i; too long, so it is. utterly  impo!--  sihle to    write up     all  fa- d.fiscal  species   >i duck aud'gre-<5.   Ducks a-e  fairly    plentiful,     and as a rub you  can depend    on     getting'uhc or two  any   -time you     ?o o it.   Soiikuiics  I.'ip flight     shooting is vcy good on  Koine of the lakes and a'������  the mouths  oi some of the rivers��������� but ,t io cer  tainly noi; a-s     good as it was .('.fteon  years    a^.,     for the    simple reason  that   "they are    never - g'.\ en a rest.  Since   Indians  can now get a market  for-them they are out'm.orii.i^, noun  and   night,   potting   away.   Cowi-i i-i  Flats, where    at one time ao/l   ��������� .i.^s  could  nearly    always    be sot, is not  worth  while going to.   Of course, occasionally     there    you may strike a  good  day,     but    very    seldom.   The  I-.est    bag of ' ducks I    know of last  year,     was    one     of 58 between two  men.   They     had  to stop  from want  of cartridges.   Speaking generally  on  fhe shooting of the  district,   f  think  it can be called distinctly good, and  any man  that can bold straight, can  make a large     mixed bag during the  season and one not lo be ashamed of.  There are     some, men  in  the district  thai, can account for four or five-hundred bead  in      the season,  and  if all  the smaller baas were added  to  this,  I   think  the grand  total (>f game shot  in  Cowichait  District  would astonish  everyone.  1 will now close Ibis article which  I am afraid i.s getting prosy, with a  few hints  to Unci's of the gun.  Always shoot a hawk when you  get a chance.  ,' ' ������������������''���������;,'   ^ jt  Union  Brewing Co  NANAIMO,  B. C.  BOCK BEER  NGWON1TAP  The yearly return/of the BOCK BEER Season is of interest to .the  Brewer a<s well as the Public, and the Union Bock Beer for 1905,  will show that special, care has been takeb in the manufacture of  this superior article..       '       '.'���������.������������������'. v   i  !  The Union Brewing Co.'s Bock has been brewed for a number of  months and stored in their famous cellars until it has reached the  proper age, and is now ready and procurable on draught at all  Saloons. i ! i  #***^****#������**#**********^.,if^#<#^^^^^.^if^^^^^r^'  9  Miners' Drilling Machines  Made'to'order;fand''Repaired at short notice.     Drill Sharpsned   ly  u  alwayegives satisfaction.    Picks handled and repaired.  Ships mi thing   in all  its   Brandies.  Horseshoers and General Blacksmiths.  David Murray  Buller Street   -   -    -   -Ladysmith, B   C  WE   NEVER   SLEEP  BUT ARE ALWAYS ON THE LO OKOUT FOR THE BEST HEATS  IN THE MARKETS^  WE ARE NOW BRINGING OUR CATTLE FROM EAST OF THE  ROCKIES. YOU WILL GET THE BEST IF YOU BUY FROM US.  RANNELL   &   PLASKETT  STFVENS BLOCK,)  GATACRE   STREET,/  LADYSrilTH, B C  ������������������������������������������������������<  ���������������������������+���������+���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������;���������������������������������������������������������������  IX  LADYSMITH TRANSFER CO. * ;;  ' PIANOS, ORGANS AND HOUSEHOLD   FURNITURE  MOVED  PROMPTLY AND SAFELY  Stahles'lu'rear of Ladysmith Hotel.  WILLIAM  3  Leave-orders at the'Abbottsford.  * >        WASKETT  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������:���������:��������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������� ������+���������������������������  VICTORI4BC.  LADIES OF LADYSMITH  Whitney Go-Carts are the mo st popular line in America today and  have heen for nearly half a century.     The Pride of Babyclom.  THERES' A REASON  and  it's this���������they are better    value,  better design,  better material and finish than any otlr-jr  make.    Ask any mother who    owns  one���������then deckle.  RECLINING OO-CART  like illustration, handsome, varnished, Oal<  body, with mattress  cushion in plain "top,  has Silesia Parasol,  and all the lafcost  Wlii tney improvements,  and the cost  ... $13 00  We have just issued.    ?  new sheet of  STYLE  for    .lAOiS,  illustrating  and pricing 25 new Pat]  ���������terns in-all-styles, declining Carts,   Folding  Carts, Pullman  Sleepers, etc.    Send for   a  copy.  :?���������  Blue jays and i-rous arc good birds  to shoot, especially the latter, which  arc increasing rapidly in numbers,  and arc veiy destructive to nests and  young game birds.  Always shoot every cat you see in  lhe hush, even if if is your neighbor's its an easy matter for liim to  got another, and perhaps- the next  will stay at home and not be a, hunter. One cat in the nesting season,  if il he a hunter, will lull as many  birds as you will shoot duriiur the  season. Perhaps the remark to this  may be' How about it, if the cat  happens to be your own? T>ly reply  is, shoot it. I prefer to have game  around my house in preference to a  cat.  To  Make Hard  Times  and Good ^  i mies  Good  Better  Buy Your Meats From  H. & W, MEATMUKET.  NEXT DOOR TO THOMSON'S HARDTVWARE STORE.  WE CAN SATISFY YOU  M. R, SIMPSON.  Solicitor,' Etc.  sy   to    Loan  jst Avenue  ���������LADYSMITH  H.O. MILES  Contractor  and Builder  REPAIRING  of   all kinds  promptly;  attended to.    Shop on Gataure    at. THE    DAILY 'LKDri^R  LOCAL H  FOR    EASTER      DECORATIONS- \  Daffodills, Narcissus,   Primroses and  forced Roses, at Berrow's  nuist-iy,  CJieniaiiiu.s, B.C.  Have your    photos taken NOW, to  day, and     until Monday evening, April 2-Jlh., $5.00 cabinets for $2.50 pel"  dozen.  FRIClv   &     SCIUJNCK,'Campbell's.  Corner.  *3J*J*2X***A  Mr.     Geo.   I'l'utliolme came  down  from  Nanaimo   this  morning.  ��������� ,  *VJLss   Clara Mathes   and   her ; -onv  pany  arrived  on   the  morning   train  from  Nanaimo.  Popular for May at Knight's.  Thomas 'Craig,' who at one time  was ;i partner of David Murray in  the hlacksmitliing business is in th'?  city toda'y.- Mr. Craig, who has no I  been in o-ood lieallh of late, is living  in Kainloops,, and stales that lie is  slowly regaining his health at lhi)t  inland health resort.  ' The Clara Ma this troupe- arri ed  this morning-, with trunks and scenery galore. This evening; it will be  Tho Russian Spy, tomorrow e. filing  Tennesre's Partner. Tomorrow afternoon a matinee at -3.30 will be  given.; -  OUT OF jail. '���������'���������...; ; "  TL will be recalled that on Saturday'  last Jalin Shoclcean an-d Win. i'o-i-  ta.Sj- were committed to the Nannimo  jail by Magistrate Thomson for iiv?  days for contempt of court by 'i-a-  son "of their failure to comply wiih  inslructions from the court to .deposit;, certain moneys with the   same.  Barrister Simpson took out. a wiit. ���������  of 'Habeas Corpus on their ' hen ill  yes-U'i'day in the supreme court iit  'Victoria, and the men were or.le.vd  released from jail, and are now in  Nanaimo. ' .      ���������  I ITEMS  A.     Howe came  ilia in us*.  down  from  Che-  Mr. Hawthorntliwaite went through  ���������not, he said, with the object of advising- the Premier. '     *  .Mr, and Mrs. Witomc and Messrs.  Dickie, and S. IM. Lamb went to  town  this morning..  V    'J'     **'     v������'    m/     M.'     11'     MS     \t?    i!- ^L?  m^z3?%Z3(Eh������"J?i.  t  SPORTS  The baseball team had a practice  last night. They meet the original  owners of the land in battle array  on  Easter-Monday.  . Six  Indians  were up yesterday  for  over-indulgance      in   "The  cup   that'  cheers," and each handed over $'5 and  costs  to  llis  Worship,   J.  Mai Hand-  Dougall. ���������'. "  The Municipul Council held its regular 'meeting on Saturday, the 15th  inst. Present, the Reve, Mr. S. Horace Davie" and Councillors Bronsall,  McL. Campbell, W. BaHatt and A.  J.  Bell.  The minutes of last meeting    were  rea<l   and   confirmed,   three   petit ions  for      sidewalks   were   received,   two  from  Duncan and one from C.'hemain-  u.s.    Correspondence  was read      from  Messrs.   Crease  &  Crease,  secretary  of   Reeves'      Association,   Barrister  Brodwell,   .". J'as.   Evans,   Koad   foi;e-  man's  nipntiily   report and  Road   |n;  .sjiectOir's "annual estimate for repairs  to  roads,- streets,  and bridges.  Messis.; Crease: cfc '.Crease: were   instructed  to collect arrears  cf  taxes.  The securing of a lease of recreation  grounds-   "was     left in  the hands of  Messrs, Wittome and Norcross, treasurer  and  clerk,    Me.ssrs.   I)ic!<ic    a.d  1'i.ice interviewed the council with regard   to levying a rate  for  fire' pro-*'  tection  by  means  of hydrants.    Mr.  Diclvie showed  tliat the obtaining of  suflicient. force involved an extra ex--  pcn.liture  of  $1,500,  ami. lie   thought  that rate which would yield the coin-'  "jimriy   live     per cent.,  on   this  outlay  A  good      variety of     pict, re  post -would he reasoiiable. Tie also show  cards,     eighty      different    kirn's ..at.'. ������d   that   this-, eilicient service   woiild  Knight's Book Store. Jel'-ec-t  a very  great  reduction   iii    in   o '. '.''   ��������� L.'surenee rate"*!..-making a dirVeieiu-e, on I  . .IVfWlhKAWN   |.*ROM SALK.   I TV^  "���������'' ^ i"s!amW''   ; ������f  ���������                                          about  11200.  .John  Stewart,      who has  he, n lor., Messrs fI  some time     agent for the sale .-1 the   Maitlinid-Boiigall,  ' W.  ..,    .   v1   ,, , II. Havward and Seerelarv.il  de M.  L. <V. N. Company s Ladysmith pro,,-  j^Hn came before the council as a  orty. some $-10,000    worth of lots at deplltatioi..rrrtin the committee meet-'  "'" ^^ "���������;""   ,:ecftive<1 a. lelc, -.iaK  of  tbe. Agricultural Association.,'  lie assessed     prices  grani-yesterday from the company instructing  Hi in-    to     withdraw  iill of  3  their . holdings -from the . nirrket.  What 111 is means is 'no i clear.' 'I lios-  familiar with conditions, can draw  llieir "mvii coiiclusions. It does not,  however, indicate any falling 'oil' in  real estate values in the city. '  iic-Xr-%.  ;K  * Xr-K-W,-*-  FOOTBALL.  The local footballers are ' repfuestod .  to turn 'out in cdstiime to practice  tonight and Friday night in. order  that they nia}' get in shape for ihe  match with Nanaimo on the 23id  iiist. The team will be published in  to-morrow's paper  THE TURF.  Lexington,  Ky.,  April 17.���������Edward  Corrigan,    T.   C. McDowell,  J.,    M.  Wynn and Capt. S. S.  Brown, of Mi3  American Turf Association, held a  meeting here today concerning the  proposed conference between repre.  sentatives of the Western Jockey  Club  and,,tlie    tiew   American ��������� Turf  Association.     It  was  decided  not to a  treat with the Western: Jockey Cluo.  until  the  Jockey Club should     agr.'e  to rescind its outlaw rule.  NO FIGHTS.  ������ Lansing,   iMichi,   April   19.���������Governor'    Warner  has  declared   that  he  would not permit any pugilistic   encounters  in Michigan  for Jarge, purses during his  term as governor. The  statement   was   inspired   by   a report  which reached tho governor to i'le t f-  fecd that fight promoters     . :e p!.������.;i-  uing a battle in   Kalanio/.m    itvcen  two pugilists of national  repu'.e for  a purse of $10,000.  BASKETBALL.  Everett', April 17.��������� The Everett  girls' basketballt team has made .-v.  mngements to meet the Vancou/er  team at Vancouver on April 2,1. The  Vancouver team is a strong one, an!  this is regarded as the most imports  ant gam2 r-f thc season. The locals'  have-played six games but have not  had a single defeat.  In 2   Shades of  blue,  pink,  ox-  blood,       charm*  pagne, etc.  . Suitable For Children Dresseg, All-over  Pinafore^  I   ASK 10 SEE MEM  Clara  Mat lies'  performance of  Nell.  G Wynne last 'night was perfect in e*-  cry     detail..   Every    member of  ihe-  east had the,proper manner and spir-  t. of the. character and of the '.inic.  Tlie scenery was appropriate anil the  costumes correct, (Clegant and costly.  Clara Mathes came heralded as the  e;q$al of Crosman'and Rohan as Null  Gwyniie, and her artistic rendition  of the character proved that she lias  not. received more than her due <,f  public: approval. Miss Emma Mal.hr*  gave a sweet and winsome performance of Lady Olivia, and the Misses  Lawrence and Cleveland were M|ual  to all d(  Mr. Robe  historically, .correct tin couce'plKin and  Go.  nighl Sometimes he used the leaw-s  themsclvis as poultices' on the neck.  .Sometimes he kept the fomentations  on all night lie began this Ucat-  ineiil, adds Dr. Gordon, on. November  I'd, and was so invch better by Jan.  2;', llilifj, that his employers sent,  liini lo me 'to show, himself. The  change was extraordinary. On "i/ne  201 Ii, I saw him again. He had con,-  linued the violet leaves treatment  just the. same. Since Jan. 23 there  was hardly any pain, and, except a  hard scar, very little remained'of  the. deep-ragged indurated ulcer of  last November. The violet leaves  were sometimes wild., s'omotimes garden grown. The patient thought the  latter better, because they -tasted  stronger. Except the violet leavei  treatment absolutely no remedy had  been used locally or internally. Dr.  Gordon says he is; now a.dvising a  trial of this violet-leaves treatment  in all ca^es of undoubted cn.i cer and  will in duo course publish the results.  (hi No\ember 1-1, 1!)01, it was reported that Lady iVlargeret Marshall  had obtained -..similar results".from  infused violet...leaves.-' She was sulTcr-  ing from cancer of the; throat, but it  was" asserted that a fortnight of the  violet leaves treatment completely-  cured her.  ^SSilSfeSi'Sa^  and put (hem iu a basin, pouiing m-  er Ihfin a pint of boiling wafei.md  leaving them' (o soak for twenty-four  hours-. At the end of that (inieiic  poured oli" lhe liquid and divided it  into two 0'iuiil parts. One pail ho  drank in the next���������'twenty-Four hours  and the other part'he used for milking hwl' fomentations, wlin-h le applied Continuously outside the, neck  on the left    side for two hours every  J. PiERCY AND CO.  WHOLESALE DRYGOODS.'  Victoria,  B.  C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrated  IRONCLAD BRAND  of  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,    ,  JUMPERS,  '     ��������� PANTS,  SHIRTS.  ETC.  $$&aa  We have the latest designs in  MILLINERY  LACE CURTAINS  BLOUSE SUITS  ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS  NEW HOSIERY AND UNDEWAR  MffiN':iEiraW  GATACRE ST.  LABYSMITH  a  mmSMiiFiiiS&SSZS^hZ  Order Your  HOT CROSS  ' BUNS  artistic .in--, poitrav-al.   Mcs.srrf,   YA-  * ��������� r.l Ml  Van Clove aii'd'oth'Ms  Ou Saturday last a-discussion. ..-if. .  so-niow'iat spirited nattier, took place  between two ladies, as to the.value  of some ready-to-wear Hats on >'iew  in Simon Lciser & Co.'s Store;- one  lady declaring that, she paid :si."15  more in price for a similar Hal, last  week in Nanaimo; Both ladies wore  convinced that the local stow was  the cheapest place to-make their jui  -chases' of Easter. Hats 'and Millinyrv.  ���������   ���������     .J.-   WEDDING  BELLS.  Amidst congratulations from tl.cir'  friends, many wishes for their happiness, and showers of rice, Mr. W.  Bowes alxl Miss N. Michie left La-'  dvsinitli this morning for Victoria,  where they will tonight be united in  the bonds-of matrimony. The young  couple are well known in this city,'  both being old residents. The hi tic-  groom is the C. P. R. telegraph operator/and m that position has made  for himself many friends, all of whom  will hear with pleasure of today's  happy event. The bride elect is i-:ost  popular throughout the city, and'lief  large circle of friends and 'Jiose oi  JVIr. Bowes will unite, in wishing the  young couple every joy in their new  stale of life.  In this morning's issue the Herald  has  the following:  Cards are out. announcing *he wedding of Miss Mabel Kate Priestly, of  Nanaimo, lo Walter Edwin Thompson, nf Ladysmith. The ceremony  will fak-' place iu St. Paul's elnin h  on Wednesday, April 2(1, at three  o'clock in the afternoon  Mr. Will ter Thompson, referred to  in tlie above, is well known iu this  city. He is lhe eldest, son of Mr.  Geo Thompson, the Government agent for this district. lie is employ-  id by lhe Wellington Colliery Company as assistant manager ot the  colliery wharf at this port. His many friends in Ladysmith join with the  Ledger in r-\tending to him. awl his  young bride:elect every good wj h for  their  future happiness.  asking for a donation iii aid of  their  fall show, .���������''��������� "'���������  .., The "treasurer's  monthly .statement  aiid  bills; to the ���������aino'unt''6f $.3-10 odd  were passed .by the finance co;nmit-  tee.    The  read, inspector's  estimates  were revised, .and it was decided that |"!       ,   .,   . ,       -..-mi-  -������������������-������������������     - -.���������.-..        .    played  their parts with vivacity u-.d  sMll.   The play   ilself is  the best  of  , inanv versions   - of the story of Nell,  dav -.wo-rk.':.'���������-: .        ���������-.   ���������" V.     " . i-       ��������� ;'.,     ,   .  ��������� Gwynne,  awl  presents  only  the  bet-  , Several  lj.v-la.ws were advanced     a jtcr.sWff of the lives' of Nell Owvnne  step, and the clerk.-was instructed to 'aml her contemporaries, '    and' what  prepare a tav sale by-law for    next   falllts NelL mav have'Hiwf were "'iiore  Monday,, which, will be  held  May 20,.;lhall atoned     'for ,)V     her lieing the  first, to establish a ihome for soldieirs  and sailors and    the founding''of1' one  of  the largest     hospitals.���������Stockton  --...��������� . . .101W-:  D p. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  \li  woik guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  -At���������  AKERY  mands of     their char^:lers.|LHl^||g|^^te^ n ^adySHiith j  ;rts     as ^ Lord  JelYries -wfts||        QV^ ^ ^ ^^ lf  the repair on     Tyee, Chadwick and  Chisholm roads .should  l;e- done    by  when the council sits for revision.  .��������� 1-  '  Mayor Planta of Nanaimo was  in  this  city  this-morning.  Mail'..  What Do These Suggest?  Hot House Tom atoes and Durkee's Salad  Dressing.  Hot House Cuci.mbers  and C. and B. Vinegar.  Hot House Lettuce and Durkee's Salad Dressing.  Lettuce, Maple Leaf Lobster, Durkee's Salad Dressing  Lvttuce, flagnolia Shrimps, and Durkees Salad Dressing.  Ha.receive fresh lots of the above every  few dfiys.  1st   I venue,  Ladysmith  I  Z^^2MB&3&&E^a������S  Bankr  'S      !;    OF  toek  F.LY    "  W. T. HEDDLE  CO.  WilJiams Block  Ladysmith  PartionlarGrooers.  Telephone 1  Ladysmith  Opera House  WKDNESDAY and TMCHSHAV  Evenings.  CLARA MA1HFS COMPANY  I'opular prices,  2f>,  .'tfi  and  f>f)  cents.  Reserved  seats on sale at   Blair i^  Adam's.     Doors  oi en  at   7:15.    Performance begins at N o'clock,  ^cwsistifig of mTQUEi, 0LiMS9 e  Silverware; Ksiivas, Forks,  and h&yj isosls  All these Will be Sold at  lNi3,J������WELRY  aons  Less  Than 56c @n $ 1.0������  AVE YOU SEEN  Those Nobby Ties and Fancy Vests?  Up to the Minute in Style and Coloring.  ������������������-...-.,..,-..,���������  At Pviorrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  AVILLIAMS   11LOCJC.     ���������   -    -   -   ���������   ~ TELEPHONE  C-7  CURE     FOR     CANCER.  A supposed remarkable cute of a  cancer patient at Dover of violet  leaves hears out in striking manner  lhe .statement made in the last is.yie.  of the Lancet as to (.ho medicjiial  properties of this s'pring Mower, The  Hover patient was a well-known lady  in a good social position, and the local medical opinion that she was stif.  fering from cancer on the liver was  confirmed hy a specialist. As she  grew worse a friend drew her at leu-  lion to lhe alleged eflicucy of the  violet-leaf remedy. She was induced  to fry it, and the patient, is now apparent ly {jiijte healtjiy. The lady  slates that she made decoct ions with  hoilirig water from fresh violets gathered from the garden. She took a  wineglass of this every few hours, a,s  recommended, and also applied cot- !  ton-wool, - steeped in the hot liquor, '  over Ihe seal.o'f the cancer. i j|  The I ancet report was contributed 9  hy Dr. William Gordon, of Exeter, g  The patient, a man f>'" years old, was  told by fiv-o doctors that- hehadcan-  cer of the longue. He refused to undergo an operation and proceeded to  treat bin self at home as follows:���������  He took    a handful of   vii.let leaves  We are also Making a targe Reduction in ihe piicei  of our Large and \M\ Sssor^d sfosk so as  ic  make this an iiif&resfisig Sieariitg sale.  Dont Hiss Th s Chance if You are Looking For  Bargains.  B.FORCIMriER  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER,   01>TlCIAf\  First Avenue,    X   X   X      Ladysmith,  Mens' Furnishings  We-have the most Complete and  Up-to-Date Stock of Mens' Furnishings in the City. New Shirts, Ties,  etc., just in by. express for Easter.  Call and be Convinced.  BLAIR eS HDM2U\  rilON.E 2-4  CARLISLE   BLOCK  W. G. Fr  tf  V.  B. C.  Alerchasit Tailoiv  '     (nt Avenue)'-  Spring Stock on hand/ Call early and  'V '  get your choice.  We. Have Just Finished -  Stock  and we find we have too many  WINDOW SHADES  ���������ODD LINES, In ALL ABOUT  rJKaSKSSiS^iS^SSSE  "'���������"l....  Which we will clean out this week at  SO CENTS f ACH'  cc.       Tin-    e.-ulv  liuvcr fc-ls     the  Some with  Lace ami some without  best  values.  LADYSMITH HARDWARE CO., Ltd  Users Of  i  STAND   A   (.DO. D  CIIANCI'*  TO  mm��������� U  Ui^L  Every 25 ecu I  cliaiii'c:  in   llir-'  Drawing   lat'cs   iilncu  Ask lor  Coupons,'  purchase   of   \V iii 1 r-  Swan   Soap,  en! i ties  you   to  drawine:   i'or ��������� !;i s   liij'ji   u;e:ule, llerlincr  (1 niin-o-phoiu:.  s     iiioiilh in  Liulysmilli.  Charlie  LCompany  MERCHANT TAILORS  MEW    SPRING   AND   SU1VJ.VI 10R OOODS .11'ST ARRIVED.  Charles  Dunn, of the above, firm,  v isits Ladysinilh every Sunday for the  purpose of  taking measuremeiils  and     seeing customers    personally.    May  be seen at the Hotels.     We guaraiU ec all  slock and  a perfect  fit at    tho  lowest possible, rates.   Suits from      $15.0(1 up.    Pauls  from $1,110 up.  All  TTand-inade. A .,������ ' ' ~������.a  Two First  tent  2^    In thegCentre of the City  :;^^*  JOHN STEWART P. O. Box 263  FIRE,   LIFE   AND   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE.  CONVEYANCING -NOT Alt Y   PUBLIC^

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