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Array , i r&njKi^ti r f ttriiar * ry*"*~~"**--v  tv  <*Us/,  *T/l  r~-~--i-".'nn'ir"-iiiT--   -"**���������''-"���������**���������'"'"  'Js������SA  DUNCANS  LADSYfllTH  [LADYSMITH  :.;:& DUNCANS  ^y  VOL. 2,  THURSDAY   APRTL '27,   1003.  TRICE   FIVE CENTS  .LIU TREATMENT  ON HARPER  He Carries Radium in His  Vest Pocket Continually  And the Treatment Greatly Improves His Condition  IS HEATHEN CHINA  EARNEST?  Edicts  Have Been  Issued  that no Criminal? be  Tortured  And no one is to be Blamed  for What his Family  Does  T   IS  LARGER  Between  two and   Three  Millions the Amount is  Now Stated to Be  ��������� i. ���������  In the   Great Milwaukee  Bank Defrauding  Case  THE  LIGHT  BNEGIE DONATES $10- GOVERNOR-GENERAL-  68W0       . SHIP RE-ESTABLISHED  As Mrs. Betchtol She Sues To Provide   for  Wornout  Chicago,   April  27���������A   small   lump  of radium carried in his  vest pocket  is combining   with* the new fluorescent  x^ray   treatment to  work       a  medical miracle ^ipon President-Ilxr-  pcr of     the. University of Chicago.  Under  the  combined  treatment-   it  was announced  today~ tliat  the   an-  cerous area in Dr.  Harper's abdominal cavity had'decreased a third and  now     is entirely free from contact  with   the intestinal  wall:    This  .011-  dition  shows ati almost unheard 0:'  improvement,'according to the physicians',   and   they   now   believe     he  will recover completely. .*���������    *  Ever since  the operation  by      Dr.  "MeBurney of New York,  two'months  ago,   fluorescent  treatment  has  been '  used on Dr.  Harper, radium bavin*    w*tnesses.  been   in trod need  only  recently.       \n  x-ray  treatments,drugs which     have'  Hie    power  of becoming  fluorescent  New    York,   April  27.���������A   Herald  despatch.      from   Pekin   says:,, Four  French  missionaries have  been  Jap-  111 red by savage tribes in the vicinity of     Batanga,  which  is  situated  -near H13 frontier of Szeehuan     and  Thibet.   The  Chinese assistant  was  murdered while trying to effect thsir  rescue^  and .it is  reported  that ihe  missionaries also  have been  put    to  death. , Thc  Chinese  government refuses   passports      to  foreigners  for  this part of, the "Country as it is not  under effective control." Tlic memorial presented by Wu Ting Fang lias  been  confirmed  by an imperial edict  abolishing punishment of  the families and'relatives  of criminals.  This  is  the first recognition in China    of  thc individual   as  distinct  from his  family.   The edict also abolishes L01-  ture in  the case of. criminals ,   and  , ��������� ���������������* "  - PROHIBITING  FISH.  Albany, N.Y., April 27,���������Among  the bills added to the statutes today is one prohibiting transportation  companies from bringing into Mils'  state any fish caught in that portion  of Lake OhampJain, Inowri as Mis liquet Bay, province of Quebec, Canada.  under special  influences arc ad minis-  tered and then the x-ray is applied.  Dr. Harper is under the direct influence of -radium during Uie greater  part of each day,  but as  it  is    -.ot  considered  wise to have the patient  in constant contact with the' powerful rays, the pocket piece,is rem ived      "It. is my opinion that when thev  at stated times to allow rest.   That   finally meet Admiral-   Rojestvenstty  Dr. - Harper's improvement i.s  mater-; wilPgive Admiral'Togo a plensky "  jal may be judged from/ the fact that'-Extract from a   speech',on the ''"Jus  he now puts in nine and a half hours 'so-Japanese  war delivered' by a well  daily  at  the  university,   with     but jfenown bW timer at the Grand'Hotel'  little, fatigue. 'on Wednesday evening, the 2Cth ult  Milwaukee,   Wis.,   April  27.���������Frank  G. Bigclow, the defaulting;, bank president,  has confessed  an  indebtedness  to   banks,     commercial   institutions  and estates nf which he had charge,  which will aggregate 'between $2,i/00-  <M)0 and $8,000,0)0, and based on his  confession,   a voluntary   petition    in  bankruptcy has been filled in the Un-.  ited States District court which contains  thc names  of as many of Mr.  Bigelow's creditors as can be renumbered by,him, together with a list of  assets on which Mr. Bi'gclow's valuation is  $l,110.0:o.    By his own Admission his creditors  extend  all   over  thc United States.    His indebtedness to the Brohead estate is placed  at  $100,000.   The  debt  i.s  unsecured.  It is also believed oilier  (rusts nekl  by Bigelow have suffered.  Her Father-in-law For  $50,000  Now Married to Rich Miner, Who Deeds Away His  Intt rest  r College Prof es-  Lsors  United States, Canada and  Newfoundland Share in  the Dist ibution  "Rosalind II.-     Booh toi sues John       Now   Voilf,   April   27.���������A   gifl,     of  (1.   Bechtol'for  MO.OfW)   because     1-c    '���������,'"V<<'0,0<IO   ''J'  Andrew-Carnegie  lo  persuaded her  husband  and  his  son,   ^%T^..U>r, ?ol}W>  ProfH  Charles \V. Bcchlol, to run away and '  leave her."  In   this  despatcli   from   Failbaniis,  Alaska, are contained the linos which  *  MARRIED AT  NANAIMO  GOLD OUTPUT FROM  THE NORTH  Conservative estimates of the goMpd governor of thc Yukon district to  yield of     Alaska   and the Norjiwest  territory for  the coming sc-ison early with them    figures so da/'./.liii' ir,  their immensity as lo timisz sta^-  ge; the mind given only t:J 1110:1 .'.rate  cclculations. From every camp in the  fcold region to tlie north come re-  !."���������!'t.s oi (he results of ,m early clc.it-  up and Lhe prospects of un iiiinrcco-  denled harvest of (he yellow metal.  The advices say that ihe early  spring has done wonders in the way  of assisting in the upholding of reputation of Eldorado, and creeks  thai ha,vc always been frozen a������ this  time of (he year are rushing l<*r-  renis to help in the w.nk of L.t-ing  out the treasures of the earth's ,,iir.3-  licuse. Some idea of what is ho in;:  I'nnc may be gathered from the following, despatches iceived ny lhe  Post Intelligencer  Dawson  ,    April 2:5.���������A  *rc lden'  lar  vest is going on throughout   thc Yu-  ln n basin from   Atlin .'.nd !���������������������������������> uiur to  Nome.    Warm   weather    everywhere  throughout  Lhe north is causing (,vhe  water" to     run.   Sluicing   began on  Klondike creeks this week, and rockers arc going     full*,blast everywhere.  Within  three    weeks sluicing  will be  in  full swing    on every creek.   It is  ���������estimated   tha.t the Klondike  proper  will produce from the winter dumps  now     ready  to    wash aiul  from tlie  . dirt to he taken out during the summer   from   $8,000,000   to  $10,000,000.  This means from creeks within a radius of fifty miles of Dawson. Some  of Lhe biggest hydraulic and dredging  plants in the world arc starting this  season and     will help to hold up the  output.   The     latest Tanana advices  place the    yield   from that camp by  the close of    the present summer for  the year at     $r>,00(),000.   The Koyu-  Itujlf yield is     estimated at $140,000.  AtUn's output     will equal Koydkuk.  .Rampart     may    double thc Koyukuk  yield.   Nome      figures    are  uncertain  here, hut with other mining districts  will probably- t"������n the total  northern  output for tlic present season  to $20-  000,000.   The Yukon river is  expected to be open to Dawson hy the first  week in May,   Five steamers are here  ready j.p follow,    the ice to Tanana,  and  will   lake  800   tons of     general  cargo; cleaning up many lines at Dawson,   which have to be . replaced by  the    first   boats for     Tanana.'   It is  sure to he one of    the heaviest seas-  sons known in thc history ofthc Yukon      traffic.   Klondike  and    Tanana  railway   shipments     are swelling  in  volume. !  When it was reported here that W.  13, Mcjnnes, of" Victoria was appoint*-  day it caused a s3n.sa.M0n. He is 1c-  lieved generally to lie a good man,  Fairbanls,      Alaska,   April   25.   Fairbanks' estimated spring clean-up  from the most,conservative and iclia,  hie   sources will be between $5,000,-  000, and ������,000,000. from winter dumps  alone.   Another     two millions and a,  half, or perhaps   three millions  will  be taken out during the summer.   In  another w.ee.i sluicing will be in full  blast.   Considerable      water    is  now  running along     the creeks and sluicing began   on a,    small scale several  days ago on.CIcary, Pedro a������d Fairbanks creeks.   One hundred and seventeen steam  hoists  have been     at  work all winter  taking out pay dirt  besides innumerable hand windlasses.  'I he value of the winter dumps     has  been carefully  estimated and   should  the amount fail short,  it will  be for  the lack of water.   For several weeks  operators  have  been  building    flumes  and thawing dumps so as to    catch  all of the water running.   Eight hundred thousand feet "of lumber was used  for flumes this spring, as against  one hundred thousand feet used    last  year.   Premiums  are being paid    for  additional     machinery  to he    landed  here on the. first  boats,' as  there   is  not a sin gh> steam hoist left and there  is a famine in many kinds of machinery .needed,      which   will keep     back  work until a new supply arrives.  NOME IS OlTl.dlSTTC.  . Nome, Alaska, April 25.���������The out-  iooJ< for the year is the most prosperous that this and tributary camps  ihave known since the pay streaks in  the beach sands first attracted attention. It is a season that is already upon the district, due to an unusually warm and early spring, and  it has been possible to do a great  deal of work during the past winter,  owing* to the'mildness of the wcaihefi  The estimates for the total production     are    for between three million  Government   Agent     Thomson  and  Mrs. Ihomson are again at homo after   having     taken part in the wedding festivities that accompanied the  joining together     for'life of their eldest     son,   Walter,      to  Miss  Mabel  Priest'iey,  which     happy event took  place at     Nanaimo   yesterday.     Mr.  and Mrs. Walter 'Ihomson will, after  their  return home'. receive  thc congratulations     of-''their     'Ladysmith  friends at their   home on the comer  of 3rd. Avenue and     Roberts street.  The     wedding was     apleasantalTair.  The  following is taken from the Free  Press,v0f Nanaimo.  When three o'clock struck today  lhc seats of St. Paul's church weio,  filled, andoutside there were a large  number of people, all attracted by  the marriage of Walter Thomson, of  Ladysmith, formerly a resident of  this city, and son of Mr. George  Thomson, government agent at Ladysmith, to Mabel Kate, eldest daughter of Mrs. John W. Priestly:  The church wa,s beautifully decked  with spring flowers and the scene  was avery pretty one a.s the biidal  party stood at thc chancel and Rcv-  A. Silva White read thc marriage  service of the " Church of England"  the choir and organ assisting with  suitable hymns aud  music.  Owing to the afternoon liain leaving so soon after fhe ceremony, the  bride, who was given away by her  father, wore hcr travelling dross, a  most becoming one of light grey  tweed, trimmed with fancy military  braid and white broad cloth with  golden crochet buttons. Her large  white picture bat was trimmed with  silk chiffon,-silk braid Duchess ribbon  and a large white plume. She cai-  ried a lovely bouquet of while roses.  The bridesmaid, Miss Laura Priestley, sister ..o^tha 'bride, was gowned  in pale green, with hat to 'match-,  and carried a, shower boquct of cream  roses and pink ' carnatios. She also  wore a gold watch, tlie gift of the  groom.  Thebest man was Mr. Wilfred Ak-  enhead, and- Messrs. W. W. Walkem  of Ladysmith, and Fred Row-bottom,  acted as ushers.  The ceremony over, the bridal party etered carriagee' and amid showers of rice drove to the station lo  hoard the train for Victoria on the  first stage of their 'honeymoon trip.  Mr. and Mrs. Thomson will visit Seattle Tacoma and Portland, before  returning to settle down in ,Lady-  lsmith, where they will be at home  after May-20.  Bride rind groom arc very popular  in Nanaimo,'where they wore brought  up. They were prominent in musical circles,.having sung in S. Paul-s  greet (he .rajsing of .the curtain      n  another act in  the life drama of    a  woman   around   whom   at   one   time  centered   thc curiosity /if  a nation.  A.s   the famous  "Sweet..Pea  Ciirl'"  of  the  hardly   more   famous   Diirant,  case  Rosaling  Bechtol,   then  a     Lss  ���������Rosalind   Bowcn,  shared   wilh  Theodore Durant himself  the interest occasioned by the  publication of     -ho  details   of  that  young  medical  student's unspeakable crime. '  It   was -shortly  after  Duranl's arrest   that the "Sweet 1 Pea Qitl" firsl  made her bid for puHic notice. Heavily veiled,  and  dressed   in garments  of     an expensive make'and of  -.uch  perfect fit as to emphasize (he beauty of her (form, she begged admission  to the San Francisco county jail, I e"i  arms loaded down with tangled masses of sweet >peas, which she requested- be sent to Durant's cell."  Only ^>ne of the many women .vi.o  brought" the prisoner flowers, i sue  attracted      no   particular  attention  NcR York, April 27.���������The Hamburg  American steamer Hamteirg, which'  from the jail ollicials at first, but as j arrived here late last night, came  the days wrnt by,and she never mis-   "-reel,  from   Italy after landing   Em-  sors who arc not able lo continue I  in active service was announced to-}  day by Frank A: Vanderlip, vice-1  president of (lie National Cily iJauk |  of Now York.'  Professors     in the United Stales,  Canada and    Newfoundland .vill  shaie  in   tho  distribution   of' the   n  come   of   the   funds.    United   Sta'es  Steel Corporation five per cent,  first  mortgage  bonds for $.10,000,000   lave  been   transferred  to  aboard  of  trustees and  steps .will be taken at orce  lo  organize  a corporal ion   to  receive  (he   donation.    Dr.   Pritchelt,   preside.*] (   of  the  Massachusetts  institufe  of      Technology,   anil'Mr.   Vanderlip  have  been selected .by Mr.   Carnegie  to obtain data on   (lie subject to  l.e  presented at the first meet ing of (lie  trustees,   which  will   Lake   place    on  November  loth.  Kaseloff, Renowned for  Enforce  ing Harsh Measures, is   Appointed Governor of Moscow  Newspapers Predict an Outbreak  at St* Petersburg on Saturday Night    x  St.   Petersburg,   April  27.���������A   -.eel-   trol of the police remains in  ing    akin  to consternation  has    >ecn   *'ands of  General  Wolkoff,  who  EVERYBODY  MADE HAPPY  sed.her visit to "the" jail, bringing always quantities of the same flower,  both  the authorities and  the newspa  per  men sought  to ascertain -  her  identity.   For many months their efforts we^e in vain, ,however,  for .she  refused  fo-show'her face  and       (he  many attempts  to trace her  '0 l.or  homo, always met with  failure,     'in  man   to  whom shc sent tlie flowers  did not know her, nor etch" to   11,n  would she vouchsafe any information  a.s  to who she was.  Repealed efforts on the part of the  newspaper men detailed" on the e.i.-so  finally led to the discovery of lhc  woman's identity and after this 3he  gradually ceased her visits.  Tlie. next heard of her so far ,-r  tlu public was concerned, was .vhen  she went into Alaska, and later-or.  her marriage fo the manNvhoro namo  she now bears brought her into the  limelight for  the moment.  Now  it  seems   that  her   faiher-in-  law has induced hcr husband to    desert her,  hence  thc present suit.  With her husband the "Sweet oa  Girl" has boon li\ing at Fairbanks  since last December. Ifo is part, o.vi:  or in the famous. No. 5. Cleary crook  claim, his interest being valued al,  .'i,7.'>,rv00. A few days ago Bechtol .eu-  ior came to Fairbanks from .Dawson,  induced-his son to deed over to him  the in teres I owned in the claim and  (hen sent the former away in m\|.>r  to get him away from the influences  of his  wife.  Mrs. Boclilol says shc does not  know her. husband's whereabouts, nor  does she seem to care, hut she ays  shc is determined, to make her "father-  in-law pay roundly for his alleged interference in her matrimonial affairs.  peror  William and his  party at Naples.      Shc      has been  painted pure  white  before starting  on   ihe cruise  to Portugal  an'd  the Mediterranean  with  the Royal party and still     *���������������-  tains   ber holiday appearance.  Every  officer and man on the ship has .some  moment o of the cruise which     was  personally presented to them by  the  Emperor.     Tbe keepsakes       in'-lud.  jewels, watches and trinkets.  Die officers say     the. Emperor apparent.}'  enjoyed every moment of his  trip.  caused   by the publication in       this  morning's  papers of renewed  rumors  of an impending popular outbreak. It  i.s  feared  that  the slightest accidental   or  malevolent  among  the  vast  congregations which will at((nd    ;iic  churches   on   Saturday  m^lil        nay  cause  a panic   with  appalling  consequences.      Tlio mayor is bc.'n.j; urged  to convene  the municipal council  to  take special   measuies  to cope   with  tlie situation and it is said  that the  prefect of police will issue,a reassuring proclamation,  but  the alarm  is  so great  that it will  have little effect.   All  the accommodation at    he  neighboring resorts has already  been  engaged.   Reports from the provinces  indicate similar ft ars.   There 'c      a  somewhat      widespread    impression  that the police are inciting the mas-  ���������he  was  appointed   prefect   in   January,      I ut  thc police  will  be under'the general  supervision  of  ihe  Governor-General.  Ko/eloff's appointment as Governor,  General of Moscow upon the eve   of  the   anticipated   troubles   at    Easter  (April 30)  and on May Day ( .day  Millij   all hough  accompanied  by      a.  [rescript in  which'Emperor Nicholas  spe.ils of  the great interior reforms  contemplated     by    him,    leaves ro  doubt "of his Majesty's purpose first  to    restore   tranquility  with  a firm  hand.  Kozcloft" 'disliiig.n'shed himself -luring the Nihilists' conspiracy twenty-  live years ac;o by hunting down 'he  conspirators which resulted in an  attempt upon his life. The public  generally interprets his summons  from  retirement at the  age of     ',8     ���������  as    being  an indication^that  ihe  ses against the .intellectual classes,    j harsh   measures  of  repression     then  NEW  GOVERNOR-GENERAL.      sanctioned are  to be revived  St.    Petersburg,    April     27.���������Tbe  post of Governor-General of Moscow,  which  was temporarily abolished   in  January,  has  been re-established  1 y  Imperial decree, and General KaslDli  , formerly chief of the Moscow police,  has been- appointed Governor-General  of that city.   The administration.con- lore -assured  .ha  government  takes   the  position .tliat  the execution  01  the reforms j.s  impossible until the present   ���������gita^.i  and  excitenv?.nr  r.re  quieted.      Willi  General  Trepoff    in  St.   ?etr: ?buri$  and  K.07.I0H 111 Moscow it   s        ,id-  ered that public safety in two     ad.s  FIVE BEAR  DURING HUNT  Coloiado Sptings, Colo., April 27.  ���������The hides of live bear slain by  Piesidenl Rooscvoll, and three \iob-  cais killed by Dr. Lambert, ha.'e  heen received hero lo tie. dressed nnd  ciiiod, after which Ihcy will be shipped to the While House.  TOMO'ROURKE   INTERN FEDER,  ATION SUED  AND KID McCOY  KILLS HIMSELF  AND WIFE  Quincy, Ma.ss., April 27.���������Albert  T. Spargo shot and killed bis wife,  Elizabeth, and then put a bullet  through his own head with fatal results at his home on Franklin St.,  South Quincy, last night.'The tragedy is believed to have been caused hy  jealousy. Spargo was .'J8 years old  and  liis wife was 3.1.  New     York,   April 27.���������The hotel  Delevan,  the proprietor of which   is  Tom O'Rourke, and the saloon oppo  site it,  owned  by Kid McCoy,   both  establishments     on Broadway, were  raided early  this  morning  by detectives      of     Inspector   McLaughlin's  staff, says the World.   Both   places  are well known headquarters of  lacing and sporting men.   O'Rourke, 'me  of the best known  sporting men ie  the country,   was charged with keeping      a disorderly   house.    A  similar  charge was made against George W.  Grant,  manager of McCoy's sajoon.  Much     excitement was caused when  the detectives entered the Hotel Bjl-  \ 1        -wi- ,.,..,���������!       ���������c        .��������� 1,    xt      aven, where 200 poisons were galher-  M an adjoin ncd meeting ol the Na-     .  iiaimo Victoria Day Celebration Com-  CC*      .       n  ..    ,.      .   ..     ...    ,   ,���������,,  ���������,���������((,.���������..  i,���������j,i   ,,���������(   ���������,.    ;        ,,       ,   ��������� Capt.     Cottrell,  of    he. Wes     JT h  nnltecs ncid  last-evening,   the chair-   n.    '      ,  A. '      .,    ,  ���������,���������,,   ~.* n,���������  o,.,vi   n *> ... Street station,  was asked   lo    semi  man   01  lhe  Baseball     committee  re-    , ,    ,. ,    ,      ,   ,,  ,,,,,,,,.    ,       ...      .    ,   ,    .,   ,   detectives   to  look at   tie  prison.-rs.  oiled   that. Ladysmith     had decided   ������������������ ,,,.,,,        \, ,-  ,       , ,      .- ,T       ,,.,     Tin     selectod eight,  whom thev 'aid  lo plav al.     Nanaimo  on  Mav 21th,,,       , ���������������������������,. ������    ' ���������  ,  '    ��������� ,   r ., ' - the*,   know,    lhc others  were reloas-  and n  icpoit  f 10111  the  Lacrosse  rep-1   , " ���������,,       ��������� , ,        .  ,     ,     ,-      ,    ,  ,      '        ,   ,. ,.   . '     ed.    The eight  and  barlendet   of   ;hc  rcscn(;>live    staling     that     arrange-   ��������� , .   ,        .     ,,       .    .  . ,    ,.       ..        _>-.. ,_' Delaven   were   taken  to   lhc  station  ���������.house  in  a patrol   wagon.    O'Rouiko  [was sent down in charge 01" a.police-  I man  on    a Broadway car:   He  gave  [bail.       No  prisoners were  taken in  , the raid  at McCoy's  place.  NANA 1 MO   ('KLEBRATTONS.  menls wiih Vancouver were nearly  complete,  was  recei\ed.  The collectors have at present secured  the sum of ?.:131.  The .secretary was authorized to  ������scnd out invitations to prominent  cili/ens of othcrNoities on the coast,  Cripple  Creek,   Colo.,   April  27.���������  The Elkton Consolidated Mining and  Milling   Company     and  the Elpaso  Gold      Mining    Company  have .'iled  suits  in    the district court against  the    Western  Federation  of Miners,  asking for .J.62,(03  damages each for  losses, claimed to have resulted lrom  the strike.  Tbe semi-annual  concert   hv       ihe  also  (o communion le with  Mr.  Cour- , c,hurch  Lads,   llrii,.-(!!.   uin   ,.,.   ,j,...���������  (ney inquiring what Hi:* train service   ,n   (he  operil   luul;.tl)   v.lll;iimo>   ,!,.���������,-  would  be ou the celebration day and   oVenj11gi  also  what, rale would  be charged  0111  0   >cr- )  tlie City  of    Nanaimo   from  Cunil  land and  way  points.  The   meeting   then   adjourned    until  Tiiosdnv  next. , '  NO FAIF AT  COURTENAY  HE  RAN.  The weather has. been rather cooler  the.  last     dav or   two  and   it  would  A  LION  HUNTING  TKAGEOV.  Bombay,   April   27.���������The  Gir  Forest, was  thc scene of a sad  trag"dy  .recently.    A  shooting expedition  .m-  der Lord  Lamington set out in     tn  attempt (o rid   thc forest of several  lions which had  been preying on the  neighborhood for some time.   On the  first day the party got two. of    the  beasts,  one  falling  to  Lord Lamina-  ton's gun,  and   (he other  to  lhat of  Colonel Kennedy.  Meanwhile,  Mr.  Du  Boulay, Major  C'ourlenay,     April   20���������Owiiig      to  the withdrawal by the government of e^^'^ Captain Foija"mber~>il'  (ho annual  grant made  to  the Com- er members of the expedition,    rode  ox   Agricultural    and' Horticultural about,  ten miles into the jungle, and  Society   at  a largely   al tended   meet- ^     length came to a nullah, where  ficeiu   that  something   in   the air    is   j������������������ *u.'i(| jn *.iu, \iA\[ 0Il Saturday ev- *,'u'y  were told   that a lion  was   >i>:y  very  in.igoraling    for  a     gentleman    .ening  last,   it was  decided  not      10 a field's  distance  away.    Tliey   took  who is ratiher stout and usually very   hold" an'exhibition'1, this year, but in- ������P positions in three trees command-  dignified   in his movements,  and  as a   stead have one full dav of field '.pert i"K  the nullah  and  after an interval  rule walks not too quickie,  was this   and  racing.    This will   lie held  about oi   twenty   minutes   tlic heat  began,  ,  r .... ,  ,, , choir,,      and  the bride     is u. skilled  and  toursmilliou    dollars, some plac-,        /���������        . ,.  . ,     ,,,     ���������,,  ..     *    , ��������� , ..,,,    ,.     ,i... amateur violinist.   Mr. 'Ihomson was  ing it even higher.    Little CreckTdis- ,       ���������     ,. ,   . f -..     ���������.      ,  H      , ,    , ���������,,-.��������� -i for a     time captain     of the Church  covered last year, will vield one mil- . r      .-  ,.���������,,, , ���������" . ,. Lads'  Brigade, -and also was a mem-  1,0,1   ������'������"a������s  alone      Other  neighbor- of ^^ of  tbat ol.      izaUoa.  ...g creeks will contribute ha    a mi-  The ,wge nunihei. of     pvesen,,K tesli_  lion.    lhe. benel. claims on the     lull   rml to     u.e good     wishes felt b.v a   morning, seen 10 dasi, madly up    the   the same date as  the, fair Would   xve   and ten mi- cs after ward a_ fine  lion   gTmu^\r^u  Boullav  dashed  up  jjjjj    at     a pace  thai    ������������������������������������������������".���������    '���������"���������    "-"������~ '*"'"  ���������'   *"*<   ������*-"������>��������� -i"r.i--rioH  IaIwIH   emerKOd.    !^e moved  toward Mr.   Du   ;��������� 41,��������� ,._  ...., ���������....,  ...,;_  iL.  .,._  A  FIGHT OF THREE HOURS.  St. I'otersbnig, April 27.���������Genval  Linevilch in a telegram to the Emperor dated April 2fith reports *  three-hours' fighi Apiil 23 near Tsin-  Izialotin, the, Russian cavalry rorc-  ing  the Japanese  to  retreat.  FLEETS  HAVE  JOINED.      ���������  Tsiug     Tau,    Shantung Peninsula,  Apul   2T.���������A  private  telegram      te-  cciu'd   h.'io  says   that  Admiral  Ro-  .icsivonski's  <'oi 1   has joined Neboga-  1c!" 's    l! 'l.iol 1". I.I  KaniKjih   l'���������u ,   '.ia.   Saigon,   April  27 ���������The      only   ships   remaining  in  Kamranh      Bay    are    four   German  liansporls.   All      the rest  of ho  transports  and   the   Russian hospitil  ship  Of el, and other vessels left behind   by.-Admiral ��������� Rojestvensky,   left  the   Bay  yesterday   morning.     This  fleet  is  now assembled  outside     the'  b.iy    \.v.< A  forms an extended      line  .^ti'r.eioiig from Ca;;o   V'cnl.i  to   iiio  hi*;;ii'of lh..  Kamranh l'i*ninsula. Tor-���������  p:l..  i.-oais ar.-.scnuiing in  all  .lirec--  lid/is.     Tlie  ships seem  to bo  waiting   Vice  Admiral   Xebogatoff's ilivis-  ioii.      Tlic French  cruiser   De-crates,  with    Admiral      De  Jonquires,   xhe  i'"n nch coinniandor  in   these  waters,  returned  to   Mia I rang   (near      lftim-  ranh  Bay) %afior  steaming  round  t.he  Russian   sqiiadron   and   suhscfliienfly  returned   to  .S;..:.':- 11.    The  freight la-  don steamers captured by   Rojestvensky Were under the German flag.   It  is  presumed  lhat  they arc suspected  of having contraband of war       <n  board.  ���������������������������^������������������    ; ^  The  party followed cautiously   !or  nearly a mile, and several times men  were sent up into the trees to look  ahead.    Suddenly   the   lion   appeared  and charged the party.   Major Car-ic-  gic fired, but only grazed  the brute,   /  which struck him a blow on the  left  shoulder     with'  its  right  paw,   and  then seized him and bore him to 'he  have enough   on   the  dumps  to  war-  1. ���������   1     ��������������� w������������������,ic  , fa ' ' large circle of-friends  taut, a     prediction of a.s much  more  whi'e no estimate  is  possible of  the  yield of the tundra.     The output   in  the Solomon river country is   placed-  150 BURNED.  7.���������Thc   British  . 4, L Shanghai,    April   2  no  lower than a quarter of a     mil-   gteamer Yuen hag  becn   (i0lally   ,,s.  Man to be added   to  the other produc-   t       rf .     flM at  TuIlg    Chou   ( .:n  live  localities,  and nobody .thinks of      ilM fro'm Pekin))  aml it is feared  anything less than four millions   for   tftat 1������Q Chiliese lost jtlieir-Ures.  the .season's e'e'an-up.. I . *.-  I friends, who were watching him from 110 fair.      'fhe  grant,   though  small,  'the  distance.        lie  panted   a     little has   always 'made   the   difference  be-  ! when he arrived at     his  destination, (ween   profit  and   loss,   and   as     i.he  but  beyond   that  his  haste  appeared members have he-en (Carrying a raUier  to do him  no harm; although it must heavy  financial   burden,   it  was decid-  be admitted his  face  lost'its     usual ed not   'o  lake  lhc risk of cither a  'delicate  tints  and   was���������well���������rather deficit  or a failure to  pay  the prizes  to the lion and fired into the region  of its heart at point-blank range,  killing it on the. spot. He spoke to  Major Carnegie, ��������� but. received no answer, and the nature of thc Major's  , . ,      _, .     i    injuries      left  no doubt,  that death  rather high.   The anrni**: .^  ]mve becn  instantancouSi    The  Boulay, who was about to tire when  a.shot came from Captain Foljambe.  Almost simultaneously Mr. Du Ikfti-  lay fired and missed, hut his secontl  sluofli I struck the lion in the rig.htn  shoulder  red,  in full.  immediately fell,  but he got up   an!   jJon that ki]le(, bjm meaSured'elevea  i*v������>i +    'U ������ nl?    2 %-\4- s\    +T-H-I    inn /rla '  went.back into the jungle.  . feet to tip of tail.  1  -i  **  J ., -.,, .J-JJlOl ULUi."!*^
���3L.l|.U..'""W
THE DAILY LEOGfR
Published   every  day except Sunday.
BY        THE       DAILY       LEDGER
COMPANY.
Offices,  Ladysmith and  Duncans
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE
SO cents  a month;    $5 per  year   in
advance.     Advertising rates on application.
All   of    llusc
TUCRSfjAY   APRIL   27,   1905.
yoais and V-V 0 i,imo
ootii]!.iiiics ha%e uch piopoilus
They aie just now, alter the e\pen-
dituio of -.uil. \asl snn.s and so many >cais of woik, getting in shape
for making money. Some nf then)
ha\c alic-ady becn good pioduteis,
but l.i\c paid no,dividends E\ont-
nally, in nicsl of cases, they will
pay good dividends, but the day of
the placer miner with pick and pan
to ma'.e money in any quantities has
"one bv. <
...J.��. fL.. JL- '"-������ m-lfl'MUL A WW* ' IjJ'iL.. l! Ai'fMg!?r 'j ""'*~
**h��r)PiH�� c��������.. I LADYSMITH  A ERIE
Whooping cough ""is more  Infectious 1 q   E      .    . ._���
liefo're the whoop develops than it is |-
:ifter\\-iird. Children who have heen ex-
NO.   USo- Af
Meets in thc Opera House 1st and
posed to the disease and have a slight
cough should be lsqlated for several
days lest tliey communicate it to other
children. It may begin at any time
during three weeks after exposure.
"When this time has passed without the
symptoms appearing the child is probably safe.
did Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. Worthy
Piesident, B Forcimmer; Worthy
Secretary. C II.  Rummings.
*��� Plans,  Specifications and   De-
! ���* tails     furnished for all kinds
** of work in the CARPENTER
*��� Line
The silly stories going thc round-,
about the rich bars on Fraser river
'thai will hf worked this year foi the
In si lime , since lS.'iSi, on nccoui'l of
low water, etc., should not deceive
ninonc in these paits. E\ery 'ear
theie aie a few white men rocl.ini*
along the Fraser and in fa\orcd ] la-
<vs, a good in.uiy fnd'ans and Chi million also lock. Sometimes a good
place wheic a thin slrenk of rub
giavel, perhaps I c>r fi inches thick,
may ho found. This is followed.
Pei iiaps il may run into a bank oi
inn  out onti.elv     If it  can  he work-
Goimans claim that polor is an
old (ieiman game, which for more
than 100 yeuis has been played and
is still being played in some d>s-
liicls of Weslphaha Emigrants (oo!.
it to ihe Tinted States and ihe'-e
its   name  of  "schaLWcn/cl" was
changed   to   poke.}.
WHEN   KATllER  SPEAKS.
.\li.   Williams   has   always   claimed
that  il  is an easy  nialter   to  govern
cl.ildioti,  and  bis  own   success  ofl'-n
i boats   out     his   theories.   He   seldom
!in lei fries  when  Ins  wife is at      the
holm,  but once in  awhile ho con*li-
bulcs   a few   linn   won!.*,   of   guidance
Love and tlie ���Worldling*.
"You know, they say, 'all the world M    -- rqbELEE,   Carpenter
lore* a lover,' " began the sentimental ���   ^Bj^     2ml'&V(i> 'Latly.
young man. ��� ���    ���
"Yes," interrupted the cynic, "but not ������   smith,   B.   O.        ....
as much as it loves to hear the lover's ���	
letters read out in court."
��� *
�����
������
*���
��� *
1 sj^^jmdal^^LXJSiMZiii
Via the peoples'ifayorite.
Under New Mai a* n tn
in   us,!Oiiso  to an  appealing glan.'O
,     "Xmv,   Mobfjy,"   said   Mis.        Wii-
*'d   Iho   ti\iL   may      bo  wing-dammed   *lilllis   (m(.  night,   aftei   long   tompor-.
ou(  sfmie little     distance.    It should '��� i/ing,     '.'now,     my   dear   iiltlr   bov
he understood  (hat Chinamen and  In-! must   take his medicine and  jump nr-
Aeruracy Is the twin brother of honesty, Inaccuracy o�� dishouesty.���Sim
mons. . ....
A  ��lo��lier'��  Correction Snooid  Sevrt
Outrun  Her Love.
The best means of encouraging truth- . .,       ,
fulness in children is a problem which McKlHHe]l & WOOdDailB:
taxes the judgment of the best among
us. The road to truthfulness can only
be found through mutual sympathy���
n sympathy which enables the mother
' to know what demands she can uud
ought to make upon her child's obedience to her higher will and which
teaches the child uucomplulnlugly to
accept her wishes ns law. To win this
trust n mother's correction should never outruu her love, aud she may well
mat* it a golden maxim never to let
the sun go down upon her wrath
diai'S know all these places. Thev
have win I ed along the nver, for instance Ihe Lylion Indians around
Lyl.ion, and the Lillooet Indian-,
aimind l.illooel, etc. These hidi in*,
and tho Chinamen all know when ami
wheic lo woik, and lot the low d.ns t
Hut tbe nvei is  loR enough to v.oil
to  bed,  so fat ho.   and   loan go do.vi
to  dinner "
��� I ddi'i  want  to  take" the     tncdi-
cii.e,"     said     Hotly,    who   had     a
���su -dling  cold.
Then came the appealing glance.
'Hob,"   said   Mi.. Williams   in     an
or.-nious     tone,   "if  you   don't   lake
lb.I,  medicine   this  minute  you  will
be put   to bed  without  taking it    al
well,   e\ci-v   Indian,   kloolcbman    and   aii1"
,,      ,       , .     ,   j    , I    Tlieii     Bobbv     piomptlv   look   ibc
pappuose     will      l.e al  work,  but   it |     ' ���'���-" ""-      *        '    -
does not     last long    and  no amoani
of  r it'll    'giavel  suilicioiit  lo Jiay  any
while man        to     spend his time is
lound.   Soniotiiues,    on one liai   : oai
l.illooel   20(1  Indians   ,  counting  i-ieii
���\\omen  and     ehildien,     aie at   worl -|
All  to...'I her they  may take out   die-'
m.Jieino,  and   all  went   well
THE LARGEST WOAIAN
Duplahi   lowpship   in  Chplon  ��� oun-
l\, claims   one of its residents to be
tie   heaviest     woman     m   Michigan
S'o is   Miss   ILUt'.c   .Vldridgo,  whose
i le me is cm     ahum  si.\"mih-s south
ing low waler from  1.2,000 to W.bn ��� | W)K|   ((l      Elsie     Miss  Aldn"go is 2
lrom  that bar.        To have the wor, 've.MS old, is     six  left in he.ghl and
ii    ,ct   r..�� ��������� ! wck'TiS   HHi     pounds.���Dctiait     I'.e*
done  bv  miners      would cost live oi    ^<-*.-,'"> i
Press,
ten limes     that amount.   Wc do nol ,
inlcnd lo convoy thc impiession that
theie is no profitable mining ground
along the Fiascr , on lhe conliai\
I here arc in places hydiauhe
giounds that will, if worked right,
pay. but il takes capital and time
'lhe teal wealth ofCauhoo is in the
deep channels now being cxploicd by
inch companies as thc Cariboo Gold
Fields, which has expended lUI2r>(',-
(i|)0 and ten yeais' time, Sloubh
(icvl. 1-;")00,000 and ten years; Willow rner, i.'iOO.OOO and ten years ;
Lightning Creek, two veais and
j2.")fi,0iifl,   the  Caiiboo  Hydraulic, ten
j. Pit!, M CO.
WHOLESALE" DRYGOODS.
Victoria, B. C.
Manufactmers of lhe Celebrated
IRONCLAD BRAND
of
OVERALLS.
BLOUSES,
JUMPERS,
PANTS,
SHIRTS. ETC.
Public Notice
At I en (ion is called to tht     fact   that  the
| Ogiivie Flour Hills Co.,  Limited,
makers  of  ROYAL HOUSEH   OLD    FLOUR,     have for some time
past becn producing flour in a    vastly   improved  and   purified   form
by the aid of      ELECTRICITY,
and having secured control  of   all the basic patents-relating thereto, take this opportunity of a dvising   the  public  that  any  unauthorized  users of  the electrical   flour purifying processes   will  be pro-
��cculed.
Hotel Wilson
Nanaimo, B. C.
proprietors.
"Modern  and      f* 11 icily  l'irst  ('less.
Coniinoicial Mens'  headquarters.
l'*iie Proof    i'.uililiiiir.
NOTICE.
The City Market
Persons    found    using our   Patent
Mottle or Stoppers aftei  this notice,
If ii child once feels that the day has   will be prosecuted,
gone by with a loss or lessening of the    ' RUMMING  BROS,
mother's lovo the influence of the moth-    pjoneer  Soda  Water  Works,
er for good is dangerously weakened; ^ Ladysmith,  B.C.
a link is snapped in the chain of truthfulness and a precious idol is in danger
of being hopelessly shattered. Undue
harshness is one of those irreparable
errors we are sure to regret.   Mothers    | nrj       l,|Lf        |f BUI II\J &.
should therefore temper their reproofs
with love. The responsibilities of moth- (
erhood are indeed heavy, but they are j
not beyond their powers, aud it Is with- (       , R> WllliauiSOU, Prop.,
iu a mother's scope to control far more j
fullv  thau she may be ^ndy to uc- | ^
knowledge   the  environiAmts  of ^>><��   f.f     a., I 9-rfVSPIIlh
children and to mold their characters   |M    tAlCy LdUjalillUI
for good or evil.���Washington Post.
PAINT1NO,    PAPEk     HANGINa
ETC.
Work done properly and at right
prices. Shop and residence in rear
if Ladysmith  Hotel.
J. E. SMITH, Prop.
(|  Overlarids
h      Daily
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CYSTAL LAUNDRY
Leave orders with
BLAIR &   ADAM.
All wntk first-class at THE CHRV
jTAL,   VICTORIA.
The Ladysmith
Opera irloit^e
Passeiigcis can leave Victoria-daily
at 8 p. in. or II  j). m.,
TIC'KKTS SOLD TO ALL POINTS
Shoilist     j onto to    Feinie, H. C,
and   Aid.   KOOTl'INAY   POINTS,
"un   ralis.      foldcis,     sleeping car
resets aliens  aiid  all  information call
on oi .nldross
S. (J. YKRKIOS K. .1. BURNS
G.W.P.A., 75 Government st
Seattle. Wash, Victoria,, R.C.
HOTEL      LFLANI).
(T. .1. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)
One block from C.P.R. Depot and
stcimboat wharves. Newly renovat-
ed and re-modelled. Rates J2 per
day. Coiner flranville and Hastings
streets   Telephone,  1���4.
Cam be seemed for Theatiical purposes, Dancing Pallies, or Fnter-
tainmeuls gencially.
O   NICHOLSON,  Prop
HOTfiL DOMINION
���Rates ?1.25 uidlfl.r-O���
reebn-ito all eteumbout landing" nun
railway depote.    Kleetric can- c-veiy fi>
minutea to all parts of   the city.    Bin
uud tabic* unexcelled.
F. BAYNRS, Piopiietor,
ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER  B, C.
[liiiMM111 I'll nl I " "'Tl'''
HILBERT
BARBER    SHOP AND BATH ROOMS
The   KSPLANAPK    between the
Grand aud Abbottslbrd,
William. PowKiiS, Prop.
F. flcB Young
BARRISTOR and
SOLICITOR
NANAIMO,
iiirffTrlTTr^friririj
Esquimalt  &. Nanaimo Railway
EASTER HOLIDAYS
Double Train Sen ice in effect from Friday,-April 21&t; until Won-
_d;iy,- April 21th., inclusive, the alter noon trains running on same schedule
as ,Wednesday, .Saturday  and   Sunday aftei noon "trains.        - -. ,--
Excursion' rates-available lo and--from    all . si at ions,   ' tickets" being
Kood  from Friday,  April 21si   until   I\ionday,  Apiil  21th.
[ y        ��� ��� GEO. L. COURTNEY.
-Traffic Manager.
���a-^."*^**^.**""*.**^-.^^
\     THE TYEE COPPER CO, .Ltd.      |
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PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND
SILVER ORES.
zxielting Works at
LADYSMITH, B. G.
Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea
I
CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,
General Manager.
THOS. KIDDIE.
Smeiter Manager.
i
���!-*te^,*Sr*Wt-**^'**r����,teft*^^
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W.  SILER.
GENERAL EXPRESS AND
DEUVERY
.    'l&ORK TROMPTLY Pf;  ���
Leave orders at the.Abbotsford.
LADYSMITH SHAVING
PAYORS
��� .IIIGII STREET.
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:���:���: Best in the City :���:���j
ra rus u oo PKR DAY
SAMPf/v ROOMS
J5.VR SUPI-UED WITH BKsT
WINHS, UQUOUS, dGARS
LADYSMITH
COOTS  AND SHOES AT RIGHT
PRICES.
Repaiiing  and  making to  order   a
speciality. .    ,
THOriAS- MQEWAN
i * t
1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.   -���
ABBOTSFORD
Beat accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting* and fiahing in near vicinity.
A.J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSA1ITM, B. C.
^���^���;Js*��)lt*��Ht��:-k��;K��3K��;K��^*��^��^^K��;K^
LIVERY, BOARDING AND
SALES STABLES
EXPRESS WORK  A SPECIALTY: .
DAVID JOHNSON
3U
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| PHONE 66 - LADYSMITH f
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Nowismf TIME
to da Spri ig Cleaning
) apeinig and  I'ainuns, and
make things look neat and clean.
.Fiom. a sanitaiy point oi \ic\v it is
absolutely necessary. We do papering
and Painting at most reasonable rates for the best work obtainable here-
No trouble to show you our new colorings and designs in Wall-Paocrs for
this season. Call and see them at the
Ladysmith Wall Paper Depot, 1st Avenue, h   / --        '* ���"*
HARRY KAY
HEINHY'S NURSFR1ES
NEW CROP���
Homo 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.
The Ogilvie Flour Mills  Company.   L imtied
&re thc only millers in  Canada whose". Flour
purified by the electric process.
This   Motel   has   been  completely
renovated.
Hoard and  Lodg,iin
HOTEL-
JOHN   THA,   Proprietor
Har  Supplied  with  the  Best    Wines,
$1.00  per day.
IA
Liquors and Cigars.
1st Avenue
LadvsmiIh B.C
HP
Farmer's
eat Market
Dealers'ln 	
Pianos and
Organs ...
Ladysmith, B. C.
TICKET  -OFFICE
and   Yates  Sti.,
WM. JVITJNSIE^ President     -'<       ���' J: WV COBURN," Man.' Director
. Telephone-J-IG.    .
Thex Ladysmith  Lumber Co  Ltd.
MILLS   AT  FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITII-Shinglcs a Specialty.
���Miiiiufaelnrora     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.
Cor.  Oo\ eminent
Victoria, 1L-C-
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Are You
Going; East
Then be sure your tickets read   via
tbe
Geo. Roberts,  X   X    Prop
ill*
Ally
Merchant Tailor,
erts St, Ladysmth
COPYRIGHT
Solid Comfort
FOR ALL WHO SMOKE THE
EMPIRE CIPA'-IS
Trains
Transco*itinenta'
Trains^ Daily
One of which is the famous "Noith
Coast Limited;" Ride on it alw.iy,
' Uii-to-datc Pullman, and Tourist
sleepers on all trains. Through tickets Issued to air paints East and
South, also Pullman ticlels issued
and herths reserved.
Only direct route to Yellowstone
IVirk. Cheap n-tcs Trom all points
���Eastl'frolu Marcti 1st to ]\U'y 15th.
���Steamship tickets oil.sale.lo all
European points. '. Very low rates
now in eli'cct. Cahin accommodation
reserved  hy wire.
For further  particulars call at the
oiii or phone No.  'Jfifi.   '
A.  1)' CARLTON, C. E. LAMO
A.(LP.A.,   '.vj-.P., Ccncral  A.^eut
Portland,  Ore. Victoria, R.C
THEJONES HOTEL'
The only line now making UNION
DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL
and MINNEAPOLIS with the
through    trains    Irom    the    Pacific
Coast.
THE     SHORTEST     LINE,  THE
FINEST  TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST
RATES,  THE  FASTEST  TIME.
BETWEEN
MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,     KANSAS  CITY,
and ALL POINTS EAST.
For complete information  asl;  your
local agent or write,
F. W. PARKER
General   Agent,
151   Yesler Way.   Seattle.
The Kings  Hotel  is the only place
One Dollar Per Day.
Goonr Table, Good Bed and Good Bai
(Half Block from Depot.)
HIGH STREET, LADYSMITH
DENTIST
Stevens   Block,  Ladysmith, B.Ci
Don Lis I ry   in  all   its  Branches;  every
new appliance.
Ladysmith   l"enip'e No.  5  Rathbone
Sisters meets  in  the Oddfellow's hall
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $8700,600: Reserve Fund, $3.5GQ>do&
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
"B. E. WALKER, General Manager     ' ALEX. LAIRD, A��st. Gen^fonager
BANK MONEY ORDERS
ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :
$5 and under .-     Scents _,j
Over $5 and not exceeding'$10     6 cents j
��'    $10       " "       '   $30 ..  10 cents
"    $30       " " $50......   15 cents
These Orders arc Payable at Par at any oflice in C   nada ol* a Chartered Bank
(Yukon excepted), and at the piincip.il banking point:,   ll thc .United States*
NtGOTIAHLK AT A  n\.H> R \T1!  A
TIIH CANADIAN BANK OF COA1MERC' . LONDON, KNG.
'I'hcy form an excellent method of remittin   small sums pf money
wilh safety and fit snuilf   ;ost. '
LAU^PV-ITIl BR.-iNCH
W.  A.   CORNWALL.  Manager. -
EUROPE I HOTEL
J. OIACHERO, Prop.
LADYSMITH  BAKERY
Newly    furnished,    everything   the
best, finely stocked bar.      Transient
rate, $1.00 per day.    Monthly   rate,
$23.00.
First Avenue .  . .Ladysmith, II. C.
Best accommodation for transient
and permanent hoarders and lodgers.
GRAND      HOTEL
This new Hotel has heen' comfort-
ahly furnished and the liar is up-to-
date. Rates $1.00 a day and upwards.
WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.
Esplanade :-: :���: :���::���: Ladysmith
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 be delivered at auy time.
_ .'"���������Employment' Agency.
HAY.'GRAWAFn""."   "
.' f ARM PKODUCif
Orders will he delivered anywhere
in the city promptly and at the lowest possible prices.
"Leave orders at Christie's,  on the.
Esplanade.
J AS. WARNOCK.
in Ladysmith    that  *ias   on  draught   2n(1  aIld ,(ih  Tuosday  at 7.30 p.  ,n.
John Labatt's India Pale Ale.   Call   Mrs. Kate Tate,  secretary,
around and sample it.
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DAY SCHOOL.
Usual  subjects  taught;  also      Ian
guages,   drawing  in  pencil  and crayons, paint rig in oils  and water col
ors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes or individually.
MISS BERTRAM,
Ladysmith, B. 0.
Surgeon I?enlist
AU  woik  guaranteed,  and at reasonable rates.
High St. Ladysmith
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Ilces,  Spades, Shovels, Rakc-s, Lawn  Mowers, Poultry netting, Etc.  Prices Always Right  PITT & PETERSON,  Duncan,    B. CM  DUNCAN  ESTABLISHED 1878  and .    QUAMICHAN  W.P/JAYNES  ���������Importer and Dealer in all kinds of Merchandise���������  AGENTS FOR���������The American Cveam   Separator Co.,  Grant Powder  Co.,  anil B." C. Pottery Company.  AUo Manufacturer of all kinds of Feed from Home Grown Products.  fzouipalem  Jiotel  DUNCAN  STAGE LEAVES FOR COWICHAN  LAKE MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY,  AND FRIDAY.      MOUNT.  SICKER  DAILY.  PRICE BROS.,  Proprietors.  Quamichan Hotel  ���������0���������-  CHIEF .TWO  FEATHERS  SHOT.  Chief  Two   Feathers,   who  is   ivcll  known      in    this    section     as  Jack  O'Neil's  portage in liis attempt     to  make a first-class      wrestler of him,  was  shot  al  Kalispel,   Montana,     <������  few     days ago.     A Kalispel report  says'  Chief Two   Feathers,   the  Montana  Indian  who,  ahout two  years     .-go  made  an   unsuccessful   attempt      to  break into 1he ranks of lhe foremost  hunch    of wiesllers in   the country,  was  shot  down An the streets      ', f  Kalispell.      Two   Feathers  had   just  suificiDiil. had humor ahout him       to j  make   himself   strcnously   objectionable in an  argument leganling sporting    mallei s.       A   rough-and-tumble  light developed as a conseiqiience, and  dining its  progress, one man       -.-ho  was getting the  worst  of ii,  pulled  a gun and J el fly.    One of the'bullets  lodged in Two  Feathers'  body,     and  he was carted  oft"  lo the hospital.  Suveial ancsts have been made,  .inl (ho an I hoi i lies aie now awaiting lhc result of Two Feathns' bout  wilh (lie spectre of ihe sandglass and  .scylhc before taking further procc-d-  mgs. 'lhe big Indian is reported to  have'a chance foi his life, but Jiat  i.s about all.  Keast's Livery &  Freighting Stables  -H. Keast, Proprietor   ,  Headquarters   for  Tourists and Commercial Men  ���������0���������  BOATS ON SOMENOS LAKE.  Splendid Fishing, Telephone connection.  FRANK CONRTJYT, Prop.  Duncans Station.  Stage leaves. Mount Sicker at   7  a.m., ,  returning,'  leaves   Duncan  at 12:30 p.m., daily, except     Sundays.     (Specials at short notice.)  XX   DUNCAN,   B.."C.   X.'x  AN EASIER OPENING  FAIR'S   >  NEW  MILLINERY STORE  OPENED AT DUNCAN  Newest creations  in Millinery. Up-  to-date Hats    Made and Trimmed to  Order at Shortest Possible Notice.  FLOWERS,     F01LAGE.   All    Ladies     cordially     invited  , to inspect  ROBT. GRASSIE & SON  GENERAL BLACKSMITHS  HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY  STATION STREET,  DUNCAN, B. C.  wmmmmmmamaaBs  AN IDEAL TOURIST AND  HEALTH RESORT  DUNCAN   LIVsEA\YEand STABLES  S. J. Hagan, Manager  .f    Freighting a Specialty   ������������������������ ^-  PRICES HODERATE  FIRST-CLASS  TURN/OUTS     OF    RIGS,    HARNESS,   HORSES.  DUNG A'N.i   B. C.  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  ol water.     No mosquilos.  SHAWNIGAN LAKE .B. C.i  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukon  Territory���������A iree miner may ohtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewahle in  lhe 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 mark, and 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  o'btained more than one lease one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction is sufficient. Rental, $10 per  annum lor each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate of 2| per cent,  collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of*five miles 'each maj������ be  gran led to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The I������'?sec-s right is confined to tho  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary to bo fixed by its position on the  Jstday of August in the year of the  the date of the-lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two years from lhc  date of ihe lease, and one dredge for  each five miles within six years from  1 such date. Rental, $100 per mile f0r  first year ' and $10 per mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty, same  as placer  mining.  Placer Mining in thc Yukon Territory���������Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  ength, measured on the base line ^  general direction of the creek or gulch  the width being froni 1,000 to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall he  250 feet square.  Claims are marked hy^ two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must, he obtained within leu miles of mining Rccoider's office.-" One cxtra^'day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.  The person or company sinking a  claim must hald a free miner's ossificate.  The discoverer of a new mine 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 thc party ordinary claims only. .   -   ,  Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at Uic rate      When     the late Dr.  Bartlett was  of two and one-half per cent,  on the  pension     examiner  under thc Clevc-  alue of the gold shipped from     the  land administration  he was one day  r-ukon Territory to le paid to     the  'examining witnesses.    He asked   one  Comptroller. -   I m-  Ul-eui:   *<Terrencc  McCartey,      do  No free miner shall receive a grant  you swear that you know lhe a^pli-  ^94*feC*ft������*ft4fcft������^*fe4M^*^^*������&@*ft*tt������'ft������te&6ft'ft4������**^*AMt**������  t  Co  Union  In  NANAIMO,   B. C.  BOCK BEER  NOW ON? TAP  ���������f"i"i"fr������l 4*+*l"J'4"i'*'l<*'M**l"fr'i*+  The yearly return of the DOCK BEER Season is of interest to .the  Bicwer as well as the Public, and the Union Bosk Beer for 1905,  will show that special care has been takeb in the manufacture of  this superior article. *. ,  Thc Union Brewing Co.'s Bock has been  hrewed for a number of ������  months and stored in their famous cellars until il bar* reached the f  proper  age,  and is  now ready   ancl  procurable on draught at all fi  Saloons. i i i 2  I  WANAMAKKR TAKES  HRIDK.  North Adams, .Mass; April 2?!���������������������������"Air.  nii.l   Mrs.   John  Walton  of  this   :ily  yesterday announced  the  engagement  of   their  daughter,   Miss   Mabel       L.  Walton,   to  William  I-I.  Wanamalcer,  of Philadelphia,   lie i.s seventy years  old  and his fiancee  twenty-five. Wana  [maker is a man of wealth and prom-  1 lneiiee.       Miss    Wal Ion  is  a school  cachci   in   Philadelphia.    John   Vul-  to;i,  fat ha  ot" thc  hridc-cfect,  is     a  laboror   in   a woolen   mill   in       mis  city.    Miss   Walton   was   l*oru  here,  graduated     from  Smith  College anil  afterward" taught  in   the  schools    of  Ihis city.   After some years'of travel in Europe shc located in ,Phila lel-  ()hia,      wheie she has brcn  teaching  ior. several years.    At one time Wan-  amakei's     childicn  weie her pupils.  "Vaiianulor's first wife is dead. Miss  Walton's      father   is   higiily^ pleased  with  the choice of his daughter.   He  says that on his marriage Wanamak-  cr will retire from business and travel with his bride.  The wedding   vili  pro'bahly  take  place in the fall.   o   ACQUAINTED,   ALL   RIGHT.  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to-order andl Repaired at short notice.     Drill Sharpened ly   r  alwayegives eatlefaction.    Picke handled and repaired.  Shipsrriitriing  in  all its  Branches.  Horseshoers and General Blacksmiths.  David Murray  Buller Street   -   -    -    -. I^adysmitli, b   C  WE   NEVER   SLEEP  BUT ARE ALWAYS ON THE LO OKOUT FOR THE BEST MEATS  IN THE MARKETS.  WE ARE NOW BRINGING OUR CATTLE FROM EAST OF  THE  ROCKIES. YOU WILL GET THE BEST IF YOU BUY FROM US.  PANNELL   &   PLASKETT  STFVENS BLOCK.f; GATACRE   STREET.j LADYSfllTH, B ';  ��������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������;������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������^������������������������������������������������������+++++.  Pharmacist  Your patronage solicited  Telephone  in  Connection.  *=���������  ��������� 5C  yiy      sty      v������'      \j/      Vtr      M  R. B. ANDERSON  HIGH GRADE BICYCLES-  BICYCLE AND GUN REPAIRING.    ACETYLENE GAS  FIXTURES AND GENERAL METAL WORKING  Fine lines, WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY REPAIRED.  SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED.  ������  Oddfellows Block     ���������    ���������     ������-  if  _ur_.it;  -vlf-  7(V  Duncam, B.C.  WfflTTOME  H  ���������FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS..  ���������ON DOMINION  LANDS IN MANITOBA  THE NORTHWEST  TERi  RITORIES     AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Ileal���������Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coal and $20  for anthracite.    Not more than  320  acres can he acquired by one individual or company. Royalty  at the rate  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free n-i^ei's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advancs  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  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  ������ame 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  When $500 has been expended or 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 hy the  Minister of the Interior to locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  | The patent for a mining location  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  N.W.T., excepting the Yukon Territory���������Placer  mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square,      entry fec$5, renewable yearly. On the North Saskat  flhewan River claims are either bar  or bench,  thc  former-being 100    feet  of more than one mining claim     on  eaeh 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 hy filing notice and paying a fee of $2.00     A claim may    be  abandoned and another obtained    on  the same creek, gulch or river hy 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 obtained each year;     if  not, the claim ..tail 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, the Northwest Territories, and within tae Yukon Territory, are open to prospecting for petroleum,  and' the Minister  may reserve for an individual or company ..having machinery on  the   land  to he prospected, an area of 1020 acres for such period as he may decide,  the length of width shall not execci  tlirse times the breadth.  Should the prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly establish such discovery, an area  not exceeding G-10 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 he sold  at thc rate of three dollars an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate  as may be specified by order-in-coun-  cil.  .IAS.   A.  SMART.  Deputy  Minister of thc Interior.  Department  of the Interior,  cant, Michael Murphy,  who has made  application   for  an   increase  of pension?"  'A ou ' may well say that I lo,"  said Terrencc. "Me anil him was slut  in lhe same leg at Anlieiam."  j*  LADYSMITH TRANSFER CO. ^  PIANOS, ORGANS AND HOUSEHOLD   FURNITURE   MOVED  PROMPTLY AND SAFELY  Stableslin rear of Ladysmith Hotel.   Leave orders at the'Abbottsford.  WILLIAMS      AN)        WASKSTT   . *  ������������������������������������������������������������:���������:��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������4>������'������������4  A  TRUE  STORY.  3y-.^?***aB������>g%ssa*Eg  of ten cents    per ton of 2,000 pounds additional  day allowed  for every ad  shall be collected on the gioss   out- ditional ten  miles  or  fraction.   The  jDUt. fee for recording a claim is $5.  Quartz���������Persons  of  eighteen  years -   At     least. $100 must be expended  and over and  joint  stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  THE COURAGE  OF  CHILDHOOD.  The late George Francis Train  loved children. The children of New  York will miss him from Union  Square, where, in fine weather, lie  would play wilh them allday long.  "Citizen Train used to tell of ;i  little Union Square girl to whom he  once gave a rich cake. She ate it,  and asked for another.  "I'd like to give . you another,"  said the old man, " but it would  make you sick." ;���������-,.,  "Give it to mc anyway," said the  little girl, "at the dispensary loan  get medicine for nothin"  Many     of   lhc     smart    new  linen  long and extending between high and   frocks displayed in the shops arc dec-  low water  mark.  The  latter  includes   oralcd   with   braiding,  a sort of  linen  shares  bar diggings, but extends back to the soutache   braid   being   used.���������Chicago  base of the hill or bank,- but not .ex-  News  Several    years  ago  a miner  fum  Biilish   Columbia  arrived   \m     .ie.  of  thc'Jargo cities in the Unhid ������������������l-il..-,  and    on    a cold   Novembsr   moining  (-ailed     on a tailor and said:  "You  sec      mc     shivering   in  my  summer  clfMhcs?   I want   a winter   suit      of  pants,   vest   and  heavy overcoat.      I  have no  money al, present,   but will  give in payment for these clothes live  thousand shares    of  the LeRoi Mining      Company,      of  Rossland,  :i.O.  These shares arc now selling for    a  lncie  -song,   bill   the  time will  come  when these live thousand shares will  male   the  owi.;r  rich.    I   worked  in  thai mine and  I know   that  it      ;s  rich   with     copper,  silver  and  gold  ores.       1 hale    lo  part with   these  sluirs,   but  I must   have  winter doilies or freeze to death."  The  tailor looked  al   (he  hands  of  flic     miner,  and seeing them homy  from scclc toil, which inspired him  wiili confidence in what the     minor  had said, he answered thoughtfully:  "Nothing  risked,   nothing  gained. I  haie a suit   u-ady  that   will  fit  you,  and   I will   take   your   five   thousand  shares in payment for the same. '  Receiving the shares, the tailor  tied a thread around them and thre.-.vi  thnni in the drawer of his working  table, where he-kept his thread, silk,  needles and wax. There those \\ve.  thousand shares remained for /oars  covered  up  with   dust.  One  Saturday   evening he  went   to  a beer saloon  lo eal  some bread and  dices-? and drink beer,  with  a few of  his   friends,   who   related   that   there  was  great   excitement,   on   the       exchange,    that     the      LeRoi   mining  shares   of   licitish   Columbia   jumped  to $ii  per chare.    The   tailor  related  that some years  ago  lie  took     'ive  thousand  shares  in  payment  for    a  suit   of clothes,   but   he  forgot      ..he  name of the mining company,  but he  would  look it up next Monday,which  he did,,and found  their, to be the Le.  Roi  Mining  Company  shares. le  took (hem to a broker, who offered  him $.15,000 spot cash for them,  which'  he  accepted,   saying:  ���������'���������'Nothing risked, nothing gained.���������"  Had he waited six months he couid  have      had     $15,0Oh   more  for   tlicic  LAST WEEK  We advertised  Tea Sets, now  ou about  a special in China!  we want to talk to i  DINNER    SETS  Anything which you look up-on three  times n day needs to be lo  your liking. We have sufficient \arbty of styles in dinner pa Herns  to satisfy the most exacting taste.   Careful buying from the most  reliable    houses ensures us���������ond you��������� I ' , [  SATISFACTION  One of our most popular sets just   now    is a     White and Gold Ly  Furnivajs,      Colonial  shape   r.cu    and sensible���������good Ware, rnd  the cost for 031piece sets $i8  Of    which     you *",an .n.ike up your own   comhination.   We    Lvve a  rice selection at popular prices. f  VlCTORlA.B.r.  ^m&sgs^^gggsg^c&^gsEamoaamm  ississ^ssssssi&izgmastts������  To Make Heard  Times  and Good Times  Good  Better  Jceeding 1,000 feet. Where steam pow-  on the claim each year or paid to er is used, claims 200 feet wide may  the mining  recorder  in  lieu thereof,    be obtained.  Sliaiiglimgs     are used     for dressy  coats.���������Philadelphia  Telegraph.  Shakespeare was handicapped he-  cause there were no automobiles in  his day lo blow up and kill the vil-  lians in his plays.  Buy Your Meats From  ��������� u W* mfcAlmAlfril  NEXT DOOR TO THOMSON'S HARDWWARE STORE.  WE CAN SATISFY YOU  a siipse  Solicitor,  Etc.  Money   to    Loan  st Avenue  ���������LADYSMITH  H.O. MILES  Contractor and Builder  REPAIRING  of  all  kinds  promptly  attended to.    Shop on Gatacre    ������t. tl-jg   iul'LV   USti&au
>~ jrii n nlij> irf'
LOCAL ITEMS
If you call NOW, before Monday,
the i Is^ of -May, at the studio, corner
of Fust A\enue and Gatacre stre.'t,
you can get $5.00* cabinets for 4>3.fid
per dozen. The last notice, as we
lc;i\e on Monday. f
Frieke k Schenck.
Buff
FOR   SALE���A     three-aiid-a-quar
faun wagon." Can bo seen at ('
Pel ei son's, �� store, Roberts street
Will he sold at  a bai gain.
r
Mrs   Vivian
Rev. and Mis.
Mr.   Russel
.N'anaimo  ibis
Walkoni  is  a guest    of
Howjii at  flic Ueclo.'N
Simpson
nioiiung.
rcturnc<l from
-Mr. George Burthohn, of N'.in ii-
mo, Was in the cily ou li'isiness this
moiiiing.
Mr.Davis, of
incss \isil to
ing.
N'anamio,   paid a l-us-
Ladv.sinith   ilus   n.o-n-
The pile driver     is ai  work at
colliery wharf today putting m a
new  piles   in  place of sonic
lot I ing.
i lie
few
1.11. were
The adjourned meeting of the Lady
miiilb   lioai'd   of  Trade   will   be  .i-'.-l'l
this evening, Apiil 27th, at lhe olliiv
of  tbe pu'Sidenl,   .Jolm Stewart.  'I he
meet ing  is  called  for eight   o'clock.
ItOBT  ALLAN,  Sccrelarv.
will
and
The Socialists of Vancouver
celebrate May Day by a picnic
big public meeting in thc city nail.
J. II. !l'awlhoruHiwa.ilc, M.i'.l*.,
and Parker Williams, M. P. P.,
expected to be present and give
d losses.
AT  THE  A nilOTSKOlin.
I).  II.   Bissell, Toronto.
*    Geo.   Ruriholiiic,   N'anaimo.
arc
ad--
Rarge Oicgon took two thousand
ions of coal to Seattle last week
fiom Lnion. Tbe coal will be used
by the Groat Northern's big 'iuer
Minnesota on her next nip. Puget
Sound coal has not proved satisfactory.
*   *   ��
The Tacoma  Led get,   iu an  editorial     drawniy   attention   to   the     Fact,
that   lhe  steamer   Ping   Suoy,   of  the
China Mutual  line,   had  broken    ill
| rtcords for carrying cargo from any
North  Pacific port,  shc having car40
on  hoard   valmd   al   il ,!)1!),0-13,   according  to  her  manifest,  over  ������?10,-
(ilill in excess of  the cargo carried 'I y
Ihe   Alinmsota,   which   pre\ious    u uic
the  high  mark,   pays some attention
to   the false claim   or  the Minnesota
lor  lhe..spet'd  iccord across the i'lK'i'
fie.    The Lodger  says:  Tbe Ping Suoy \s  cargo deserves   to attract   wide
attention.     Mr.      Hill's    mammoth
freighter the Minnesota,  is (he  most
adveitiscd     vessel that ever cros-ie.l
Hie  Pacific.   The Ping ii.i\ey has Urm
plying between  Tacoma  and   the  Orient     and     Liverpool   for   fully   !.ve
years   and     while   her   performances
'ia\e  not   been  heralded   to  the world'
by a shrewd advertiser like .lames .1
Hill,  she has  been  entitled  to       ill
sorts of glory  Tor  her  truly  reninrk-
hle records.    In   this connection    lie
'ict  may he mentioned  lhat the ..'iin-
n.'sola,  which Is   now  loading .1.
'initii's Cove, was announced from
'cattle to have broken the speed
ccoid in  her maklen east-bound  iiip
DUNCAN LOCAL ITEMS
The Cowjihau Agcicultuial Asiu-
ciation having decided to hold their
annual agricultural meeting, 'ire
Iosipg no time in making the fact
lnown. They will receive every-possible assistance from their neighbors
both north and south.
1
As  the result of an article which
appeared   in The Ledger  a couple ol
weeks since, stating that  the  people
of Duncans  would   welcome   the     establishment of  a hank,  arrangements
looking   to  thc   establishment   of     a
bank   are  already  undeT~way,       and
within a few weeks  it   i.s  more llian
probable that   the Hank of Cowichan
or     Duncans will  be an established '
five I.
AT SI1AWNIGAN.
A   merry company of Victoria  folk
tooK advantage of the special   train
service arranged  for  last evening  lo'1
attend  the concert  aud dance at lhe
Hotel   Strathcona,   Shawnigaii   Lake.
The preparations that -had I ecu ..lade
for the event assured a success  from
every standpoint.,
'���\     'K     7?N
;K~#-
SPORTS
I
The high band coiiarg
and turn point coil
iars  are  the new!
PS
ones. We also have!
the ties that go with?
"** -      is
them.
MMM-a-kiirag^^
A.
.1.
L.
I lerberge,
iVIcFailHiid,
Victoria.
Vancouver,
AS   IT   FIGURES. .   -   '
At the A.biiotsl'onl last e-.cii'ig 1
"Aline Host McAhuiiio entertained a '
miinber of friends. It was the <iir'h-
day anniversary of,the host an I also i
of Mis. McMurtric. The iiinnero is 1
liiends   of   Mi.   and   Mrs.   McMurt 1 ic
:om   Yokohama  to  Port Townsrju.l,
huh   she  covered   in  a little   under
lourtecn days.    Such a stalenient answers   an   advertising   purpose,       \u
'oubt,   Wit   lhe  claim   in (ridiculous,
i'lic   Empress liners  running  to   .-'111-
(.ouviv have  been   making  cloven    to
[welve-day     tiips   oaHbound   across
j the     North    Pacific  for  years,     r.d
1 there are seveial  steamships   in   tiio
��� Tacoi'i.i-Orienlfil   service   which    >r>!i-
narily  make  hotter   time   than   was
! made   by     the   Minnesota  and   novel'
iihink ol bragging about   it.
The steamer  .leanie has  been f bartered   by  Capt.   Omar  .1.   Ilimiphn-y
1 for    a vovane   to   Cnga.    Tie   vessel
drank their he.lib in iced champai.ie isfti,s  ���m   K,Uur(lav  witn  a rull (,U-
go  of supplies  for  the  Apollo   mine.
Cargo coal  will   he  taken
pro'.idLfl hy the host, and smoked
li'igranl cigars thoughtfully sent in
by ��� tho hostess. It is a curious coincidence; a man meets his fut'.re
wife and they find thai both nee
)\>r\\ on the same day and saiiK lio'tr
That they -may live to have ni.'iiy
duai birthday celebrations is the
wish of  their many old  friends.
The cm ions might ask what birthday was celebrated. Mr. McMurlrie
could only say lhat. the combined
ages were Sf! yr-ais, tor of course, no
man 'could give away a lady's ige
Tom o'ConnuI, however, settled
He sublractcd Mis. McMurllie's
ns she looks, calling it 2!��, "and
ured out lhat "Mac" must have
lost of die .S(i, or ">7. lie docsn
look it, hut that is thc way it i,
ures out.
he  taken on   hoaid
at  Ladysmith.   On. the return voyati*
jOapi, Humphrey says  that. the. Je.in-
��� ic will bring a cargo of ore   for Tacoma.
it.
the
IRVINE���McKWAN. .
Yesterday aflernom the  ttcv.
Doyle  united   in   marriage  Miss
McKwan, 'daughter  of Air.  Thos.
I?
1*."
Mc
Nanaimo advices .say lhat Messrs.
'I liomas Burke and Thomas Gibson,
ollicials of the United Mine Workois,
arc jn lhat city on business, connoci-
ci| with  the local union,
Mi".     Hurkc  was   asked  concerning
the,object of his visit and he said it
was  to-visit  the local union and also use his good offieis to bring about
abetter    understanding  between  Lie
meji  here  with  regards  to acomnnn
oigani/ation,      lie    expects   to    ;,et
through with his business by the end
of the  week,  but   it   is possible     he
may stay longer.   A special meet ing
of the United Mine Workers is called
for  Friday night at  7.3(t,  when   iotli
visitors   will  b3  present..
 o ���-
THE COAL SITUATION.   '
Thc  Nanaimo  Herald  publishes  ihe
following   as  coming  from-* Cumberland:
Tlic    recent amendments   to      ffjp
eight   hour  law  introduced   by   Maw-
thornthwaitc meets universal cond-m
nation   throughout   the  district    md
in Cumbel land,  where it is felt  that
j trouble  will occur  if  it  is  enforced.
lit is reported that the company lias
:deckled   that  if  the law  is  enfor-e.l
j that   it.  will simply shut  the. mines
down, and color is given  this rep ict
by  universal  activity  at   the  mines
J and  the evident  anxiety to get       as-
much      coal into store as  possible.
With  but little shipping  being  done,
more coal is being produced       -.ban
ever  before in the history  of   union
mines,   there being  now   three  shifts
FANCY
10 doz, to
from.
chijosei
DRYSDAIE-STEV^SOE
Co.   Lasty$ii?i��h |
I!
asas^agas'-iss
~~AX   'Ax.   ;!;    t,^   i\x   ;���;-���7?r-*-;i.
THE  TURF.
Vancouver'   April  2(*lh.���A'l a well.
attended meeting    of  the   Vancouver
���Jo.-key CIuI;.,  held last night   in   the
Club rooms  thc progiamme   far    the
Spring meeting     was  fin ally  decided
on.    SecreLu-y Du)>e reported that he
had   lcccned   many   inquiries   regarding  the meeting and had  been    given
assuiances   that,  a number of    horses
would   bo sent  here from  California,
(-'logon and Washington, besides many
Iiom   Yieinriii, and      interior   B.     C.
points,    The prospects  for-a successful  nu'cling ace  thus' bright.- Tho racing   will extend   over   two days,  vi��".,
Vvodutsiluv,   May  21t:i,   and   .Saturday
May  27lb.    Liberal purses arc olYc'r-
c-d,   the programme being as  follows:
Wednesday,   May  2 lib.'
1 ��� Unniarl.ed,   trol   or  pace,   host*2
111 .i, miles heals.;  purse -SlnO.
2���Half-mile dasli,^ for all ages,
weight  for age;   purse $1(10.  --,
:j��� 'I breo-'i'iinrtor-iiiilc. for all ages,
7 1'ns under scale; purse $125.
-I���(lentlciiicn's race, a svvcei slake,-
wilh cup added bv Vancouver-.Jockey
Club-
5���One mile handicap, for all ages,
nurse Vifid.
Saturday,   i\!��iy 27th.
1���2'-!0 trot, or pace,  mile heals,  2
in :*!, purse $ 1H0.
2��� Seven.eiohts" mile, for all ages,
woigilil for ago, 10 lis. under scale;
purse $12f>. j
3���Half-mile and
1 1.2 nnd under,   7
FRESH
Constantly,Arriving, Including
<..
GATACRE ST.
tsm
r""afiu
���41
1
repeat for  ponies,
II.s  allowance    for
pleasant time in an iufor-
the social meeting was di.->-
oday, al. 1 .10 o'clock th.-ie
and
<:ct
your Sunday Colonist (ll
Knight's bool;sloie, which is o, en
leoe    12  o'clock  to ,,:ic on  Suudav ���
A N'FW HAT.
To Die tune of that ancient, and
well known song, "Where did you got
thai baf" wh'S'lcd and howled hy
his I'riiiKls, a certain well known resident makes his daily rounds of the
filv. The gentleman, (who by the
way  drives  a  line     team  of splendid
lioises; has excited the envy q|' his
many friends by purcnas
the smartest tiles imaginable, end
by wearing the same daily. Thc hat
is distinctly new and all of the mens'
furnishing stores in .-town have been
hosicccl by young gentlemen who arc
anxious lo procure one like if, but
no store in Ladysmith can supply a
similar one, so, like the fox vvho remarked Hint distant grapes, were
sour the young men of the city show
their admiration of Mr. ���'s iiead-
goar by en--|iiiring on c.cry occasion I
how he procured if. The above men-'
tionod song will probably become
popular again and il is said that the
local music sellers have sent away
for a largo number of copies. Already nearly every grarnaph..iio in
I own says it. nightly and no doubt
the one dial is fo bo drawn for t
���.Messrs.I'.lair A*. Adam's xlmrlly will
have a "Where did yen gel that hat"
plate.
Mr. listens     to  tho -diiriiiu.^
of   his   friends   with   a good   naturod
smile.
 o	
Poaismi, Everyliodys, A'tnsloo, Argosy, Frank Leslie, Ladies' Homo,
.ki.rnal, Wide World .ind ?.�� liepoli-
t P.n   for   Mny  at   Knight's
Kwan of this city, to Mr. 1).   Irvine,
a well known  resident of  Ladysmith,
and   an  employee ' of  the  Wellington
Colliery Company.    The bride looked
chai ming in a pretty dress of     pale
lavender.       Shc   was  attended      ny
Miss  M. Thomas,   vvho looked  wol
a wInto gown.
Mi. ".I McEvvan acted as best -nan
After the ceremony the happv couple
Ifft on thc 5 o'clock train foe \"c-
toila, where they will spend their
honevmoon, after which they will 10-
Uirn lo this city and take up their
residence on  Fourth   Avenue.
Both     bride  and  gi00111  are  very
,employed  in,the several mines. Nearly all  thc miners recently let out at
Ladysmith     are finding employ incut,
there, as well    as the     miners ['oni
other parts.   This activity  would ho.
explained  on some ether assumption
; 1 han   that   oi a possible-shut   down,
in   but   thevfact that little coal is being
shipped  bunkers are full  and  there is
stored   on   the groin I   at   this   time
over  one hundred   thousand  tons     of
eoai  and coke.   Again,  il  is repor'ed
thai   there     will  be a shutdown   'or
thc summer anyway,  hut  neither  report   could  be verified  hy  eu'ql'iry of
the   Company,   the  ollicials   insisting
in  pooh  poohing  the  i-dca.
Fresh Dairy Butter
One pound  prints,   excellent quality, 30c.
���.iigot^f One pound prints, good quality,
25c
W. T. HEDDLE  CO.
delighted.
"Alter a
tnal way,
pcrsed.
will he a social Foi the chiliiicn,^ aiul
all the children of OddfUhAvs " and
ivC.irccas aie inviUd to bo- present.
and have a good lime. 'Iho program
last evening  was as  follows
Duett���Violin  and  piano��� Mr
Mis.   Inglis.
Gramophone select ion.
Parlor Magis��� A. E.  Ililbirt.
Song���Miss   I^IU*  Ail.Lcn.
Gramophone select ion.
Violin Sole���Thos.  Allen.
Song-Miss   I'lundoH.
Crantpphonc sclocl ion.
"���iing��� I!.   Freeman.
Duett.���Violin   and   piano���Mr.
Mrs.   Inglis
am:
k each half inch,  puis? $75.,
I     1���One mile and'a <|tiarler handicap
"for  all  ages;    purse $20(1.
i    f5-FiV furluip-s,   Tor   all     ages,  -7
'bs.  under scale;  parse :*,100..:
I ' (!���Thioo-quaiiov    mile,  consolation
race, 'for 'he.rses   si ail ing  hut _   not
winning first, or second money: purse
! J. I (Id. :
Fresh   -
CHOCOLATES
_At���    ���-        ;
i*i
sss&sss es.3tvrSA) e3scss3ssj^SKSiSs��
FRUIT & VEQBTABLES
in today
Choice LETTUCE ...
-ASPARAGUS ���*x������,
R1IUITARB   (tender)
ONTONS   (Best)   	
CAULlFLOWEJi   	
CABBAGE	
,3 for lIIc.
21b for Jisc.
.. 5c per lb
. Yc "jier ib
2 for     A')ti.
lie.
1st   \ venue.
Ladysmith
SS3��23gg
"Williams' Block
.Ladysmith
ParticularGrocers.'
Telephone  l
popular amongst .the young people of
Ibis  cily   and   they   enter   their   new
slate of. life with  best,  wishes   from
all,
AGAIN  AT   IT
People from Si.c.ith Welliniglon 'nm-
plain   that   the   hull   thai   caused     :-o
much   damage   by   attaching   a little
boy about three weeks ago is  still at
large,  and      they   ar:*  afraid   lo iel
their children  out IV.r  fear  of  a similar accident  befalling .'them.   A great
many  parents  refuse   to  let        their
children  attend   school   owing   to   ihe
nienaiice  of   this   hull.    Officer   Ca.-ni-
dy   will,   no  doubt,   go   out   aud   It o'<
into  the  affair.    The   animal   should
be shot.
sms,?ss^sm^-^mk^asmm��^msm!'��r--
HAVE YOU SEEN
Those Shirts, Nobby Ties and Fancy Vests?
Up to the Minute in Style-and Coloring.
At Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.
WILLIAMS   P-LO-CK. _   _  _   _ TELEPHONE  G-7
NANAIMO.
The Oddfellows of Nanaimo celebrated the 8i;th anniversary of the installation of the order, at their hall,
in good shape, last evening. The
followiiijr description, taken lrom the
Herald, shows that. lhe order is'
thoroughly a.wake  iu Nanaimo:
"The room vvas crowded when
llrothcr F. Whiteside called them to
order and opened the meeting with
a levy appn.pr gfe remarks. He sa.id
it spoke most hopefully of flic future
of OddfcllowKhip in Nanaimo to see
such a large turnout on the occasion
of lhe anniveisary. As to thc condition of the order at large, it sho.w-
1(1 a prosperity that wa,s most, gratifying -and recommended them all to
road the statistics given so that they
ton Id see what, a great order they bc-
longel to. Tic welcomed them all lo
the anniversary, and trusted they
would all make UiomftoKes perfectly,
at homo and enjoy a pleasant evening.
The programme was then given and
received with every manifestation of
approval, after Which the hall was
cleared and the Rebeccas set two ta-
j I blcs the full length of the lodge room
which- were loaded down vv'th good
things, and beautifully decoiated with
fruit and (lowers. For desert there
vvas ice craam and cigars, and those,
who ddn't care for one were sure to
like the other, and so everybody was
/
Bankrupt StocJ^
OF   W. H. LIVFLY
Consisting of WiTOHES, GLQSK.J, :yMy JEWELRY
Silverware, Knives, Forks, Sp. ons
and Fs-ncy isods
per    lo
CHOICE   LEMONS       Mc.   pec do/..
NAVEL  ORANGES   ' 30c.   per t.o/.
'RIPE   BANANAS    1    .....   - '..30c     .lo'/.f
ASI-IOROPT POTATOES   $L,75  sack
CANTAD-IAN   RED   APPLES .' '.   $1.65 *.iox.
CABBAGE.AND-QAULfSLOWER  PLANTS.
BUH1R St  WE)T17^
PHONE 2-4
CARLISLE   BLOCK
.W.-G. Fraser
All these Will-be Sold at
MerchanlTallor,
(ist Avenue)
Spring Stock on hand/ Call eariy and
get your choice.
We Have Just  1
'?ecei\
c
Less Than 50c dn $1:0(1
We are also taking a Larga RedactIm in the prices
of our Large anil Wail f*z$mU& sto^k so as to
make this an interest % Clearing sale.
Dont Hiss This Chance if You are Looking For
.���<V        Bargains.
B.FORClMniER
WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER, OPTICIAN
First Avenue,   X   X   X     Ladysmith,   B. C.
a
A CONSIC
the celebrated
\h/i\
!a.
;J
LEMONS
LAR6E NAVAL ORANGES
r APPLES
COCOA NUTS
Our Groceries are always  Fresh
and Quality Guaranteed.
r f *.
Cowichan and Salt Spring   Creamery Butter always on hand
SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.   I
"J
1
9E��2at*2^iSSEtSSEB
4
1
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The Monthly Drawing for the
/
will   t.il:e place TIIUIISDAY,  MAY 5lli a|   D  o'clnt.-k  p.m.  at olair
&.  Adam's ftion*..   Kvcryhody     i.*.  invilcd  lo partk'ipalc.
In Wire Wound, Cotton and Rubber.
EVERY.LENQTHQUARA.JSITEBD
'/'���'������ '
A CViinplete Stock of'OilICKEN.'NETTING   NOW  .ON ���HANI").
LADYSMITH HA^DWARB^GO., Ltd
Oha-rlie    Otirirr
ipany
MERCHANT TAILORS
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS MUST ARRIVED.-
Charles Dunn, ol the above, firm, v iijits Ladysmith every Sunday for t-lie-
purpose of taking measurements and seeing customers personally.- May
be seen at the Hotels. We guarant. -c all stock and a prtl'ect. fit at' tho
lowest, possible rates. Suits from .flS.OO up. Pauls from $1.00 up.. AU
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