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Array <^*fCe^  V  The Ladysmith Daily Ledger  VOL., 2  MONDAY  APRIL 30.   IIOlj  ^  MAYS.. .1?^CE������tR CENTS  ANNUAL MEETING  OFTHEV.LRA.  At   Meeting on Saturday Eveiv  ing Much Business of Importance was Transacted  ���������. ,������������������.  ,   n ���������  Officers    Elected   For  Ensuing  Year=-Ammendments to  Constitution  Passed  LOCAL MEN BLOWN i  10 m IN  OPEN BUT  -p.IiY  intirft to  If  I   On  .Saturday   afternoon, Mr.    Geo  ; Hannay,  in com* any with Duvo   Ed  Vcstcrday Peter Merry,  FREIGHT MOVING  OP THE  SKfENA RIVER  j.Street, became tired of life, and   at  die   and   Indian   Rill,   left   La-dvsmith   ���������ie,Mpt.0(j to CommU  sl,icide hv   swal    her  PasSell^r5)  at   Vancouver,  in  a  sa     .^.i.  uw>1?Uiiiii   i,empv������i to commit si  aiing boat  on  a short   fishing   lowing a  bottle  of  p  Tl.iti'    ..������. .-.,ts,4.n.l      t ..n4..'....      l.Af...  Kitchener i    -S.S.   Princess Beatrice is  in     port  for l-iun.'icr coal after   having   landed  She  A    great  deal  of     business     was  iu  --ceing Mr.   Adam made   pres id i n'  transajcted  at  the annual  meeting of   ia his pl������cc.  the delegates for the V.I.A.K.A.    on ^       Amendments  to Constitution.  Saturday    evening last,   which     look j    Considerable  time was devoted    lo  place at the Frank-Hotel. 'the .amending of sections of thc con-  Air. E. AI. tthyle acted as .socrcta-y 'station,  each amendment being t-ck-  in lire  Absence of Secretary Lori.iier, '���������,  ������������������ clauso }jy ^^ ^  ^.^  who had  written expressing his     ex-  upon. . ,T,ie    pri|KJ|pal  changos     s(|ir  tiemc regret  at   ueing unable to   at-'gest<y(*  and adopted  were as'follows,  tend.     In  Ins    letter,   the   .secretary ���������. ,Section t)) Clai|si B> slates     1ha  r.slak-U   Lhat,    as   he   was  absent,     he   Ine.u,s  slla���������  ,,e  ,irwsentcd at clos,e of  was  with   the meeting  in spirit   and   ,-,.  ��������� '           ���������     ���������., .   ' .  .    .      , ,                                          ' ,    -   ''Hal game.       'this,  it was pointed  il the delegates saw  nl. to    elect hum " '                |U     "  out, was  impossible, as the coiumit-  irip. They expected lo return before  oveiiiing, nnd it vvas not until after  dark that their friends )>cgan to worry ov-er their non-apreaiai'cc. I>ur-  j ing Satundiiy aflernoon a strong  wind sprang up, and out on the open  water .was blowing a gale. This  kept up most of Sunday, ami tlie  fears of (he relatives that some tiring  had gone amiss seemed justified when  Sunday night arrived and nothing tho-i  ben heard of the fishermen.  This morning Air.  1{.  Blair left   in  reports    a fair  vovage down,  hav ng  oison.     As     a '  had fine weather nil the way. Freight  i.s now moving tip lhc ���������.Sl-.cenn. river  in If.T/eltoii, Ih." (nit loil, the Phea |  sunt, basing ninth* the leluin iri|> to  thill point successfully 'J'he Beatrice  brought down several p:i*>sengicrs who  had-���������come, down river from Ifazeltc-n  Tug Rsonrl. No. 2, called in for :l  boom     of log's,   at,   1 Ik* -head   of  the  was  his gasoline launch in an endeavor to   lowed his heart.  result, Air. Merry is today lodged in  jail, and tonight at (J.-'iO will he  brought up for trial at  the city hall  i  While the poison which he took  was deadly enough, he hid not secure a sufficient quantity, ami the  doctor was summoned iu time to  save the misguided man's life.  Merry's motive is said      to    have  been   the result  oi disapiwintmc.it   in   ���������'���������*>������������������ hut  owin-  lo  low  v...te,  not oUaining  the affections of one of   ���������"'���������-'���������'.<-.������'   ���������������"> s"*'1   ���������'  ll*,i"<������������������1 for Iho "in  the fair sex upon whorn he had     lues-   hers.  \   SILENT .MAN  , ,,   ,   ,       , oui,   vvas  mipossiDie, as  ine co  io  anv    omcc,   he  would  take pleas-    -   ' ,     ' '  ',.... '    ,.     ,    ,     ,     .       tee    -would   be  unable lo have  urc  in  filling  it  to  the  best of    Jus  any  inscription    engraved   in     Hie splice  locate some trace of the men, but up  'to the present has not  returned.  Shortly after Air. Waits departure, the captain of the Czar notified Mr. Hannay's relat ves that Im*  has sen a steamer out on the gulf  pic'i up a vvreelavd sailboat with men  in her last  niiht.  Whether or not the. m<n were -all  right-remains to |,e seen, but it is  allope'iK-r    iiieiv llJut inQJ. al.p      jt  e.vi-fl Jiiiy having ,ieen a case of having l-r-e-n blown out 1o sea. They had  no provisions en board.  SCHOOL BOARD  Report Receided From Principal  Dakin  Regardiugj Proposed  |     Celebration of Empire Day  Mr,  Dakin s Report Also Deals  With Result of Gymnasium  Entertainment  At thc regular meeting of the a suitable silver set has been offered.  School Hoard held in Air. .J. . Stew- Kegardi'iig aiteiwhuice ' during the  art's oflice on Saturday  night a   re-   ������wsi monih>   Principal- Dakin  writes   o  abilitv during     thu   coming     season.      .  J'rosiduit   Brown,  .,,  addressing     (,..c   "' tlw"1t>' ",inutes-     U  was   ,le'clilei'  mefeiing affe,'  tho  reading  of the let-   ",at.   the tlme  " ������������������������������������������W ���������������   change-!,  'ter,  stated   lhat he  wished   "to     sav ,^xns  lt  m  >he ha",,S  ������f  the  ������������������������"1'  to      tbe  imcting     that     ir-,   in   the -mlil��������� tof?rocuro "letals a* so������n *s  eouise  of  the  evu.ii.g   thev  saw    nt   ^lble a������ Cl* ." 'ina   *"'":   *  "  .        ,������������������.  .   ,,,.    , ���������.������������������ ," . 1    Uic age  hunt-for intermedial.!; and  to appoint Mr.   Lorimer  lo auv     or-   .    .   -    , .       - c  ,...    .     .  ,      .   .i- i   ,, ,", junior jdayers    came up for   di...-i-i-  licc,  he ii id noL  think thev could   be-    . '   t ,,      , ,   .'  ., sion, some of the delegates at    in.-;I  cure a  more     capable man, or    one   .   .        .   ..���������*      .  .-   >,.."* ,-, . -  .     .    , .   4      .  ,       ' . being of the opinion that the lai'Miij'  vvho took  a greater interest m   loot-       . ������    .        ���������-'������������������������������������.*..   ������  ,   ,i      ,, , , out     of a    man    lrom rnterniedi,i.r.e ,  ball.     Ife was a haru  worker  ������ the  , ,','-- , '       V      hie  ,i..   i  ���������   ���������      "    "b" *"���������"* ���������"'*"������.  i���������t������������������i. .,f  h... ,���������   ���������.,..   ������������������,   bames  would  prove very, delriuentd j |"s^ ������1������'-iul  tody  was found  near     the  COMMITS  SUICIDE.  AT MADISON   PARK  A Seattle despatth says: Henry  A. Smith, former sheriff at Astoria,  Ore , and at one time a deputy Trilled States marshal there, commit-  t,d suicide   at- Madison- Park   vester  'UOSSLAND  WILL  OO0A1  Uusslaiicl,  Siai- i.s  vl(*;i!-ing awav  a  eoiup'-es.sdr     i>lai>i.    winch    is       i������  i-oiilnin    the    War  JUaglo " *.-umi������ies-;or  uiiicli     is   l<>    ii.'  moved     irom      1 he  War   Eagle    shaft.      On   tliis  foiuiilaUou     j.������   to lie installed a (>."><'  re.iranco  iiorsc   itouc-i"    i.-lcctrietil   molor.    'J'iii-.   ���������   ..<:���������.,,.     .,���������  ,.,      .     ,���������  ,  1 paiticulr.r    loeahtv  in Wales  in  a   fioi-lion      oi'   tiie   general    plan  which  L'ne     compnnv* ha������?. in  vii;w     u  r  percentages    of  the  various  OF TIIE  MOUNTAIN   Dor.l   from   Principal  Dakin  was read. |    ' r'ie  ,    The  revivalist movement   in Wal,-s   ^-  ������al,in refers  to the recent   gym- }!O01"S ^J.0!? ^ir; ra"gl>r Irom 8a  April   as���������Tiie   Cenu-u ,       . ..                      .        , l                  ������������������,-.������������������               ,.                  ������            Divis-icn  1 lias held the ban-  .auav   Munduiionior               *   '"''"^    CUnoUS lmman lan-,1 -   "asium eA-lnbu.cn given   by  the     P^-  r.cr for three consecutive months.     /  ������������������-'������������������' ��������� ���������'    -f the school, m which the sum   am please*cl  to report that   wc   haw  irar s     of     it������  irongh   the land.  None    i^     mori*  sweeping    progress   I*lls of ... -    ..,.,..    ������������������   llul  of ^11.00  w-ts cleare<l,  which amount jhad no cases of truancy for the past  j will     be   de/oted    to  improving the   few months."  ciuiuus than ihe  S(hoo|  grol���������K|S.     He  also, as1 ted per-I    JO was decided bv  the hoard    thu  ^ .stranger of Sm.,(1,ar,y hlndSoIflC   ;q). <ini,,ion  ,,., (he  facultv-to-   procced   tIse buIIlI[llR comni.tt������ iS,ew X  l   '������������������    r-P-.r-.nr.--.     wj,���������  ;<, attracted  to     any   wi-.h said   work.     Regarding   Empire   City  Council  ilus  evening  rojuestino  where   "JaV t'plebraticn, May 23rd, Mr.   Da-,that    body      to assist them in  ...    ......,��������� ,���������     the  the highest religiois f.r/or is for the'''"'   Sll,jinitlwi  a lengthy  programme  clearing of  lhe streets  adjacent    to  He is    -i'hiV l'hC apI>10Va"  of the  b-oand.     The   the school  building, and allowing thc  ���������  | programme is  to consist in the fir*?!   children  the  use of  them for reciea-  linio being    to  l.e found.  uluinaiely  hoisting,    all   of   iho     or-  . ' .,        , . ���������     . l'*";.,1 "I"li-     i^     IU    iLUiai.lb     JJ1     I'liU  JU-yl    ILJUIULCII      Hie  und  waste  nom      t lie  (Vniiv,      Sii-a  suc-nt     man   of   sJlendid   nrori^riion*-   ',,.4   ri ���������i,  ^ ���������,��������� - '.  , . .itiiuni   pi oj.oi uons,   par t  ol  choruses,  speeches,  etc.,     to, lion grounds.  71,,!    :,';r;f ^T^,   !U":1  hlla" an". "iS ^-^ ^  of ro,.,* ,���������al|e toll,,***   by sporl������. I    Accounts aggregating ,588.9s   were  It is  the intention to hold  an ath-   passed by tlie board,  letic contest for the older pup-jls, tiie j   It'was decided that in future    the  ipri7.es  lor the various events being a , regular   meetings  of'the .board  shall  , silver or gold medal-    The girls are A.e, held  on the last Thurstlay ot each  oi"  the    On I re   Star.      It   is  also    in  if.,-;.,!    ���������,],��������� n,.\���������   ������������������,..   ,     ,  in mi. nne only gain he has ever 1 ren  contemplarion   of    ins������alling  a  hoist- c. ,.     .  St"-R  '0   wear,  shows oft his  lithe -m/l  nig- plant     tlinv will   he  the   largest        , ' u    llt"c aiKl  at-lileto    form     to    perfection as    he  in  JlriLi.-ih  Columbia.      F.   A.   Ifow.-i  Sjiii-  s-\'i"A'S-iilong wilh f.oyant step.  .������..,. . names   vvouiu   p  interests of   the game, and  no won*   ,     ,,   -      ,������  .      , . to  the  weliure  to me v/vliuik or- ine ^.nne. ivji.  was too g-ieat for him to undertake Bcowu;- howeveiv explained" at -on-  for its adviiiicement.      " ' 'sideraiblc ' length" the^'advanl-ages    .to  The secretary's report for Iho year"ht;';1>iaine(j ^y facing'an age limi't.  showed the league to be in good iin- werC'no limit'ipplietl, in some-cases  aricial standing with a balance on men-or" t,wenty-four or five would be.  hand of something 1 ke $26.00 after ^Aying a.^ainst bovs of seventeen or  all indeblcdness had been paid. This ejg],toen."* In-Mr.' Brown's LVjiervnce  was a" larger .balance than had "been ,;e hil-, j,cen sg^ral methods t-icd*,  on hand at the close oi the last, and ,,ad fouml the age |inut Uj u  season, .and expenses bad been beav- Uie more'satisfactory. It .'as dfrier. The report vvas received amid 'ci(led that this rule shollld *loId  applause. j   Mr   xhornley, however, brought; = \.  The President's     address followed, 'a Hoint  whidl   ha;| becji   overlooked,  and  during his remarks, Mr.    Brown  IJe ^tativl    that     he  knew    of eas.-s  stated   that he  took  much    pleasure \vhere a imul plttycd ,;orhal)s ali  .-;1{  in   .Serving    the ..increasing  interest ,l0,,e 0j.    two'games     of, tlie    seas jn  vw..ie!i   was heing talven   in     foothill !witli  intermediates, 'arid''reached    the  (ii      Vancouver   vis'land-".--,  The junior. I age limit-21  years,  thtis being "dobar-  aud   -intermediate  -..players were   all 'ml  {rom taking part in  the    finals,  coming on well, mvd he'; thought that 'aJK|-\iWs losing all  chance oi a   ocd-  ��������� t-hc game  was  now in a; much   bet- 'ui; Nxiiich he  had earned,     this   was  ter condi tion     than, ever  previously. 'agTee(j by a.Il" present' to be a matter  The speaker, dwelt a,t; soittc length on'yiat-should  be remedied, and a'-:eord-  the;'ad vantages., of bringing the young. Ii.,fih,,---a clause' was^inserted    .-'.���������. the  players to tlie fore  in ,uiy. game.  As" 'effcJt    that:  if   a   plavcr has   played  an instance, he cited the results V of   two' or  three  games 'and   become  of  playing the same men season     after ^agCjf ne sltoll be.allowed to finish thc  season on  the Victoria lacrosse team 'seasbh: with     the^team, and.pavi.ivi-  ���������At.onc  fniic that :body,had  been the'pale in filuli" gan^.  _  strongest aggregation in the pro iii.!e I    iev was decided "to change the   tinic  but     the     inevitable    followed when '0f 'junior games from due aiul    ..���������le-  they neglected to bring out the young half : hours     to   one hour, it being  er plajjers,  anid after, a few seasons, pointed out that .they could Tn   some  they  ha*! no one to take  the nlaces  eases, hardlv be exjiecied to stand ;i  of   the older \ playcisr-vvbo had ."he--  [0ng;:mfttch..    .' - '��������� 0".". -.,;  come incaiiiaciatwl.   This danger was j   in .regard; to  replayed    games,     il  the speaker was.������������������pleased  to say   I c-  was decided  that  the gate    receipts  of-  the vaine.     Mr.. lo������'c1' ������l"'  of  the chutes  just   south  managing- diivi-tor    of  -> thu        Sj  loft  loday for  Spokane-    wli.-ro      he      The early morning r raver   meelinh  day afternoon .srWiiv after'3 n'ei^V I *"'   '������ "U'et  th" Prij'cipa,s    ,,f    fi of w,,lch ,nan>' are still held in Wales  Wilh a  bullet hole   through his J2   ' ?Vitmi^R)  "nlne ^vorailon   vvhiui ,ias   a  great attracjioll   for  |nni)  fln,  '-���������"I  tody  was  JounS  n,3',     ^ ! haS  '"! V1?   ?* /ftCl>uisi,iu"    ������r   ,ho frrvent   and    eloi.^-nt     intercessiens  <,.ntro.     oi   tho     Spit*.       T eal  a,e   a���������    8tr||f flS  ^ ^  lias   hei'ii   in      proirress   ior      sr-veia".  ���������., .....  ���������.^i. i " ,        * When -the     gathering   disperses    h  w.vks     and nnluf.3 thi; uorxpwled uc- ������ i '  curs  il    will   now   In* closed.      Should  t-niisiimniat.i?<t Rossi and  v.orkhiK   in   its      midst   l0 his raPid  progress as gales  one  of   i h.- -I'l-f-ng-est    niiriing    Com   hedges  by   leaping   them   in his cmi.i-  panies    in  P.i-iti-h  Cr������liimhi,i crarrce of spirit as cleanly as a grey  hound would:  also  to fake part in   the racing-, jjo    month, instead  of the last Saturdav  granime, ancl  for the best  aggregate as at pres-.-nt  of the end of thc Ma-dison streetcar  line.    Pinancial eiuliirrassnient    'aod-cllrs  worry "over San Fraiieisco's disaster ' ,j���������. ,1^.,;   P,  are believed  hy the'coroner to have   w-ou|,j  p.,,.,  teen the cause of the man's act.  For several vvoc'-s Smith haul been  living at the Hotel Wallfirst, at the  cornet of First avenue and Wall St.  He told the proprietor and his wife  there that he vvas a master oi a ship  that was to sail-April 27 for Alaska. He had stopped at the house at  various times, and although he' had  aivvavs clairn-rd to be a steamship  man, he never told the name of his  ship or the company for which he  was working.  Yesterday morning he started out  of the hotel, hut rang for Mrs. Davis, the wife of the proprietor. He  asked her to lend him a nickel, a>s.'  he.', did not wish to give a twenty-:  dollar -gold-piece to a street cai'  conductor-  strides aiva,y to  the moitnt-ains, often  showing- his" disdain of such obstacles  anl  WILL OUTFIT      (A GOOD  IN SEATTLE! FALSEHOOD  BASEBALL IN  NANAIMO  \ot  long a^o a   wanderer  Seattle, April ,'iO.���������According t0 information received in this eity yes-  teeday, ten of the vessels of the- Al-.  as.'ca lleet of  the Alaska Packers' As-  Chemainus Bjys go Down  to Defeat Before the  Nanaimo Fans  Nanaimo,  B.C.,  April .'JO.���������  Irian c-xhihition game    of   baseball  on lhe 'soCla*''on aie expected to come to ������������<���������  'mountains came across ilie sw-arthv |altle l0 ^mi-lete outfitting for the  stranger of simple life .singing with >***oa i������ ,!,e No''11'- Twellt>' ���������" ^  bared head and uplifted face Jane ���������**'ee* h^1 outlitf-vl, mui most, of this  Taylor's''hymn:    ��������� 'nuinber sailed  for Alaska ibefore '.the  Great  flol������   and canst Thou   cendes- ' t1ilI thqtiate.       The   remaining vessels  cc of thc northern fleet of the companv  To bo mv Father and mv Friend? ! ;  ��������� >', ��������� ,  ,    , .,. .., , ���������,, ,- i ��������� were partially outfitted, and the sup--  A child like me and JIiou so high, i ..  The Lord of earth and air and sky?      P'V of   tiu ������"   board ship and  on t-he  There are many other instances   of Way  to t������he canneries of the company  revival   eccentricity. ���������'* Recently    Miss   in   the.   North   will   \ye  sufticient     for  Morgan, oti-e of tha'mistresses-   of   a   the season, if the estimates   of   the"  girls'  school a-t' Brigend, absented her   company made since  the fire are cor-  solf a'r������l war fouiiid tlrat she vvas   ly-  rect. - .       .  ug fuovMled.against by Wie football will all go to the association,  tS 'J J" ^ ������������UrSe Vf " rCW that bo-iyihWlol^r thee' ense  ^'^m^-^^^f ^f^^l ��������� -tending  -t I, Played ^S^Va^^iST,^ ���������������������> W '������ lhc  ufit  eHie^   ^fdVI|*l;  A moBt "������l>������rlant a.... ndment nmde  h        ;  "i !        ,"0:I",S' ami    il]   relation committee,     It  was  *Uv:.  ore  s     I,   Ul,8-������;������l������������������   ������*������   fat.ttr.   that    (We-shall   be no appeal  ' Is were nee  "   ,' ���������       """'���������  ^ ^ ^.^^'���������n^Mou,   thus Ivoid  sime Jurio,     '  i i     " T������ "^ ������*~W������������������* trouble which has hen.  ,  "    e   mrn^-'-        ,   W0,r'   CI0S<     '"Weed **> doPWon- heretofore.  ..uie  pupose,  and   wouhi   cost     far J    The con������t,itution   as   amende,   wih  i %    wliTT[   T St������ml ilW:'y   te ^l>^i"itter, and" >u,.t to  th  to 'L, ,   ^  haf'   WC"  3n.y^������!rotarIc of the various eluhs.  ��������� ^l^U Villi       "          '    D  "  -_-.     Airs. 'Da\is   let him havo   plave:i SiwKlav. afternoon on live Crie- . . . ,  a dime,   b���������t be-Sai(i ut A^iZe? n'   kef." Grounds,* ( h.mainus   was  defeat- Jn?     ^f'^     at- hc h o[- a |    . be Alaska     Packers'    Association  would rather have a  nic^l edhv Nanaimo bv the score of 22 to r,cUd';   A vOICC' ^- J^Wcd, hadjfci   will operate twenty-one cauteries   in  -That  was  thelast heard' of    I-,  .-3.     The     visitors   were  considerablv '^ 7-n,a,n  "'  ^ltf������ ������������������ she   ^-s , Alaska  this season, and the    twent,  until, tlic report-of his   death     was   weakened bv the absence of three   of  ?-,ed-ft^>'-   (*   '? *" ���������?" ^ ������\i     ^   ^   ^   ^^'^    Wa'    ���������.'* ,.������������������-���������i.Vo    ,.,i���������-,���������  ,.,,,.   u,n     ���������nw,i.. 1,VP lKl,t "-'   ,l!e Welfi"  r������viv.al;    and   c0 carry the     supplies and   material  at a injecting of the school managers lor a majority of these plants with  who decided to;'give her considerablec-the exception of such supplies as  ���������cave of absentee; ���������. one' speaker said may he necessary lafcrTn the sea-  that the schools- had been maxle the son. Tho docks of the company were  rendezvous of religious fanatics. not   destroyed, .but all  of  the     food  A  prosperous  Welsh  tradesman who 'supplies  available  in  the   wart-houses,  iad  tern deeply  moved  by  fhe  rc.vi-' of San  Francisco tliat were not   des-  bfought in from  the park. their regulars,   which Jia-d   the     pfl'cct-  The pictures of his wife an.fi  grand- ol breaking up  their team,  owing to  claughter    were   found    in  an    inside their having to  change players   from  pocket.   "Wheji  in (icath still my   be- 'their    regular    position.        The. high  loved  wife"  was written with a pen- wind-blowing all afteino0ii also,   had  cil  on   the    back of, the one picture a  ������������������'a/-'  effect on   the gaine.  . .fudging  and   "My  dear    grand-daughter"     on an  outfield   ball  accurately   was     al-  thc- reverse of the other.  sec-  Eleet-ion of Ollicers,  t'lie,.election  of officers  resulted, as  ���������Ago, and today he is jllst as ]u-oll(J  ol it as he was on the day. of vic-  cory. This, however, was a matte,  to  be  decided  later on.  President Brown referred to t,|H-  disimtes over games-which had occurred during past seasons, and was  pl^sed to state that he fhoimju  iiKitlcrs-    ������*er������    shaping to   the* polj.li 'next season.  I^S T01"11 'bCn   SrCat    riral      ^"^     '>���������    0:' -Brown.      Mr.  to'eSar^ WhP'1 his ������������n������ ���������s P������*������������od  e!^lffl , hC ro0,'I)aI1 /ieI"'   "essofi to' he exeuHcd    for ' declinin,,  A   siamp-cd  cn-velope addressod    -to'!w',1<"   wou*(-   swerve  the   ball     yards  Mrs.   II.  a.   Smith,  Seward,   Alaska, ]a"':l yards out  of its proper course.  The visitors  went'to', bat  first, and  most    out   of     tbe   imicsUon, as the   ,,M.   *:n .^   *���������'"c''  *Y ,������1C  rcv'- ,"-  Sa������  " *'a"cisco that vv^rc not   des-  wind   would   swerve  the   ball     yards   ^  " ."'ontl.s npth.nB could be   as-   troyed  by  the earth^ke  or the fire  tors two runs. The fourth w:is pro-  life of another run, after which live  goose eggs  were  recorded, an.l a loi  follows:    Hon,   l'resklent,   Dr.     Was- U 'five-cent   Piece-were found    in     his  son,   The* election of sir. Wasson was ] Pockets.      Pn his  room   were   letters"  was found  in an .inside pocket. Wrap-i     ������������������- -  ���������������*���������'-*   ped  around   it  was a  piece of paper . were retired iu gig fashion.  The s-  with- the.  following note   written    oil 'o"1*1  inning   was   a  ropetition  of    I.'.,   ���������  it:    "Somebody  please  mail  this let- {first,   but  the  third   netted   ihe   visi  ���������l.er withaut opening samCj ,lS  ���������(���������.con-''       '  "  la ns  matters of a purely jirivate na-  ���������l-ui'e,   of no     interest  to   the   public  an:! oblige, s ..  .Smith's widow lives at present in  .Seward, Alas:a. Sh;; was here a few-  days ago, having conic from Xan  Francisco. A .daughter, believed to \  he Airs. Johaiisrn, \v-b0 |jv.cs. cn ������(._  Helens a venue, # Tacoma, was wired  last   night..  WJien   the  body   H-as      searched,    a  gold watch, some small  trink.lets'and  val -siiddenly left business and friends have been ���������used to, supply (he desti-  eerlaiiied as  to his .whereabouts. , lute people of  the city.  One .day, recently, his brother receiv- j The ten vessels will sail for the  e.-.I a telegram, followed by tht* up- North some lime dur-ing next mo.nth.  pwi iii nee of the missiiio- man. During In addition to the tin and- soldi i  his absence he had grown a heard', that have alrvady il.^en loaded <a|, San  and his haggard features told a sad Francisco,. the vessels will carry pro-  story nf privation. ��������� The man's mind'visions for the cannery and fishin-j;  is ahsoJutelv.   a    blank     as  to what   crews that have not already beensu"  ,    ,     "      ,, i   i   -     -      ''s  ���������'���������"���������"''Ui.eiy.   a    manic     as   to  vv-Jia    crews mat have not alreadv  been sin  al ol  onlv   three  runs  recorded   in   fa-    .���������_.   .     ,,     . ...        ,       ���������        ,,-���������,., ���������   lllins"  vor of  Clreiiiainii������. '       '"f1       n      e 'l0n* ll,'01'val ,,f  al,-   plied   by   the  tho early  fleet,   f���������r  the  proposed by Mr. Win. Why.te,' of Victoria, and seconded .by Mr. Adam,  and, ��������� providing the doctor consents,  he will    act  as-Honorary , President  showinr that he had recently written  for work, but had been unable to  get a  position.  During the "time Smith WaS sheriff  at Astoria, he arrested John Hansen  and John Reiler on a charge of murdering .an agie.:l won*.���������, ami later, under his administration.     they    were  fie    was  not    at all   in  f,Vo*- , t"'" '^"T '"   " *Trw    *"1    ,,ui:i,,linK   "'   '"p ^""������"aiion,      they     were  team ehowim-  to0  <  e- t       Z ^        ������     ,' DXplMnu,8 1h^' ������'������ found it ��������� hr.nged.     Dndng thc time   he was in  , "*''.*.-,  too g.eat ft   readiness.impossible t0 attend to the  work ������s   'office he  became, involved  in financial  he would  like,   and while  it; afforded ) trouble,   acoord.ing   fo  his   newspaper  to  protest    a game.     I���������  conclusion,  Mr.  Brown  paid  a   iew   compliments  Z elZ^ufT1? "  ltS   Wel" S^������h    WaS    reived    wilh ;Protests  who,,.  (,one a ^^^^J*���������  "<������*������     ������������>  caphcty   as  vice-president,   ami ' as ' P  it   was   the  intention   of  the  speaker  him great pleasure,  he  felt   thai     he | clippings,      but    later  returned    and  .-oulfl not  do the office justice.    This  to  retire,  owing  to pressure  of business,  he would  take much  'pleasure  'just     once  straightened out his affairs  ���������At  the    Masters and  Pilots'  Association last night if was. stated that  no such  man   vv.-s  a member   of   the  orffaiiizafion, fin-l P.-:* was not   known I nau"0  vor of  OlierrraiiuiM  Nanaimo fell on  the visitors     from  the very coiiiinencemenl  of  the game.  A.   Tommy,   the slab  artist   for     ihe  visitors   vvas     butted     freely   at    all  stages  of  the game  until   lhe     sixth  inning when he   was replaeed- by  Anderson.    The four hits secured .by i.he  locals    from    Anderson,     netted     six  runs, only two of which were  earned.  The following is  the score:  Nanaimo.  t 2 ?, -1 fi ii  1 S !)--T.' !���������:.  Runs  .......   -I 0 .! :i 5  1  ti li x���������22  li  Base  hits   2 fl 2 2tU T  il ;i x���������If;  (���������hetuaiutis.  1   2 3   I --) (i 7 S !l���������T. E.  Runs    0 0 2  10 0 0 tl 0���������ii 10  Rase   hits   0 1   1  2 0 (I 2 (I 0���������������  Hattcries���������Wilkinson,  Halo and Turner;   A.   Toniiny,  T.   Anderson and T.  .'���������.ence.       .fie    only  remembers     that   season.  while wandering along a, London   St. I  o   i c  suddenly   recalled   tho address     of  his  brother    in  Wales, and   promptly   FORRESTERS  tespatcheit a  telegram  t0 him.  SAD DEATH  ATROSSLAND  Appended i.s an artii-.lo that my.-  reared in tlic Vancouver World on  Friday   last,       on -the  front p.-ijri*  of Unit  truthful'-* joui-nul, under head  line& stretched  across   tliree  columns,  thus:  ANTlfKAfMTl'- VOL'NI")  IX  CJUKKN"   CHAKJ>OTTtO   IS.  WtiSteni  Fuei' Co.,  of  Xanairno,     -Secures       Claims    for   $70U,(mu���������  '  General 'Manager   to. go  North to'.Jnii.iato-Bu-  '. veJopineiM  Work.  Tlic articlt''reads: <  "Mitvingnien   and   capitalists    throughout  die   province ;i iv on   lhc   |iu  vivo at thc present moment coir:w r.���������  ing- the discovery of anthracite   c":>l ���������  in*"large quantities   and of     c.rccll". :  quality  on  Graham   Island,   of     .i-'-.u'  Queen ,  Charlotte,   group.     The    .extent" oi'_ the  new .-find, can-only be estimated    when   it   is  stated that' iii������  Western'  Fuel   Company,   after a p!-:  liroinary   investig-ation   of  the      (U'-itt  has closed an  option  on tho     claims  for the largva siim of ������700.000.    t'r,).s  .pec tors have frequently. strucK   u.uli.-'  racite leads in the   vicinity,   but np\r  or has   tho   future seemed so   well h.t  sured.     The deposits  are located   fio  as   to   be  easily .available,   for  shipment  and     the supply of miirkitatilo  coal   seems   w������>ll   nig-h "inexhaustil.il.*."  In connection with the      dewlopm-'.-ii,  of   the  discovers'        the   govornuier.i  will shortly send   up n   force of   n;-"t  to ifassi.f Inlet  to clear   up'tht- T.< ���������  kon   vivor.       General     Managv*r St...-.  kett   of the  Western   Fuel' Co..     will  g-o   north     in Mns-  to   direci   ihe operations of the   company    in tlu*   (I--  vi*-lo|:i!uent   s.-beiue.  ������������������The discovery of the'deposits us  this location jusi at this time i-.  o;' gr<-at inipovtaneet inasmuch as thi.-.v  are .situated mmr     the proposed vvesr.  oast   tenniniis   of the Grand   Tiling  This Mornhig's  Herald  says  August 20th of this year the   Col- :   ������������������_  liimbia    District   'lodge   of    Foresters I  j will  meet   in Jfanaimo. ' This   is    th.?'  Hosshind,        April    2S���������Christopher   first    time     the    district    L,od������v  lins  Curry was killed at Cent i'' Si:ir -met hert- for some years and the lo-  niine tit 12-,'tH pun. today. The en I court is eom-meneiug to uui'c,?.  s;-.ip tici-amo i.iiilod in headvvorks arrangements lor tlie event. Last,  with rock, and Curry wont into th>* evening the members' of the local  skipway io take t'he rock out. lb* (curl decided to hold a gvnnd re-  lost, balance nnd fell, nnd striking union ol" Foresters in Nanaimo. Au-  llie   railing  ar.   the     collar   of        the g-usi   IS,   two    days    before     district  REUNION':  _ |l'acific   and tbe new transcontinental  Mine     will  doubtless    .be     a lari������������������ j  consumer of 'he product of iho  mines."  i Superintendent. Stockett, of its  \t"estern Fuel Company on* bein,;-  shown the article hy ihe "Herat.!"  last evenint? said: "It reads well  but there is not. a shadow of truth.  in the   story.      Tlie party who vvro.a  George.  i>   must possess a   very  at ion."  vivid   imagin-  Horses   soem  to   be in   demand    in  Summary���������Hits   off     Wilkinson,  Ualo  2;   Tommy   12;   Anderson   -I.  base  hits,  firah.iiii;   2-hase  hits,     J.  Aitken,   T.   Anderson.     Sacrifice hits  Cieorge,  Ashman.     Left on .liases, N'a   ngc  more."  .   They     promised' that his j to any   cf    the  ir.������nbers  who     were  work should be  much lighter in fn- ' t'ero.  '"      ".���������    ."     "    "���������'"' '" " " " -       T,u-   li0ll>T  *a held-, pending, instruc-  (Contmued oil Page Four.) t ons, at the Bonney-Watson morg-ie.  'shaft,      he  bounced      into   the  shaft, lodge  meets.     Tin-  reunion  will   take- ! Vaneonver.     Yesterday  Mr.   D. John-  I ;    which   inclines    Hi, feel   in   ihe   bund- the  form   of a  day's sports,   and  all   so'n  sold   one  to  Mr.  McNa,nghton  ot  ���������i-   r<-'\.     He  fell     KiOO   feet,   and      vns the   courts  of tho  pr.nince  will      "'0 ' that,  city,   the  animal   going-over  on  almost   torn    to   fragments   by    pro-- represented.     An  olVioinl  of the     Nn-' the .Joan' today.     This is the second  .lections.     Curry     was   2"> years     of mvitno   court   last    evening  informed   horse  Mr.   Johnson  has   disposed     of  and   n   native     of   Milton,    Out. The  Herald   that  the  local   Foresters |,luring  tlu*  past  two weed's  to    Vrn-  Whilc Mr.    Johnson  Chemainus   Id.      liases     on    He   is   a   brother, of    Samuel   Carrie   were  determined to spare   no     pains Jeouver  parties  balls,    off    Wilkinson,   1;   Tommy, 3 ;. formerly   conductor     on   Uie   Mount-   to mule the   dny's sports     of inter-j is  vvillinc; to sell  horses,  he is     also  Anderson,   1.    , Struck   out,   by     Wil-   ain   railway.      1'kveased   had        only   est  to all.  nnd equal to tho best   . u  kinson,   fi;   Balo,   3;   Tommy,   *1;    A-n-, been  working-       in  iho   Center   Star   the history of Nanaimo.  Particulars will  be given latpir.  derson, 3.  for throe   vvteks.  willing to buy bus-pies, and on Saturday received one of strictly up-to-  date manufacture, ,..j  v1:::'t ��� r, 1 |T,J,I.|,J.��IJIIH.|IHIPU'J11   l_��jm-mi:
"SP"; -- -.-* - ���.'>**
Cabhshed    every  day except Sinday.
K*        THE       DAILY LEDGER
advance.     Advertising rates on ap.
D Meat ion'
APRIL 30,  J'lOf,
Neatly and Artistically Done	
  Orders Promptly   Executed
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Time   Table No. .7 7
A. J. McMURrRlE, Proprietor
A 1J\ b A' Ill-
Vancouver, April -(S���Tluit ilu
spread ol tin conflagration in San
Fiancisco was u'.cclei aleel m many
instances, instead oi being ietaide.1
by the jiooi judgement, oi iho im i.
using cljnaniitu is the opinion oi M*
11. J. J'oulton, a pi onuiK-Mi ->an
no pay lot their soivkc**. but Ji.ive
' Fianeisco iiicichunt, ��lm arnved
froni the devastated tuv mi l.isi
night's e.\])ivs>b.      lie  i*.  ic-gisleied .it
tlio      Commercial,  anil  intends lo
,t>(ay m  (.he     city dumc  tune     lo  le-
cuperatu  alter hi*  uervi raiding'      <'V-
porienccs  during   the    days   following
"1   vva.-,   stajing    at   the   Anrtorsm,
Hotel���a   big. .seven stoiy   slrurtine���
at  the time of the em thcp-iuke," .sa..l
Mi*,   roiiltoii.      '--That  building   s>v\n,\
ed   like  a  live  m  n  gale  ol      wind { j
, ���- i   f
Son' Francisco is loailj   woi.se oil Hum
lhc most gloomy I ah s ot it thai
have Loon bent out fiom thc tity indicate. I don't believe thnt it w 11"
ever pa icUuilt as good a*- il was Ik
fore the oarthqnal.e shock.
"The most  ti,*,iii��    nine  wti-.    wh.*n
darkness   1'ell   on  AVediii'scl-i v      nii;lit
The  hoiiois   ol   that   nighi   aie       beyond  description       U In-ii   the   miliiia
- was called out and qiv<_n peiemptoi .
oiders 1o shool ,>ll lootois they pu,
cc-ed   to  carry      out   the   insLiin t mn-.
"to'a lettt.1- \s a insult inan> innocent person-, ueie shot Manj u.
them seeing soldi,,is m t In- stiee -.
did jiol know thai lhe (il\ vva-.
praelically ujidei mailinl l.in '111
con scon i en co    was   lhat   vvlv-n tin v
weie f'ommcinclcd lo hall or oidii.-.l
to do bonict lung In I In- soldn-i >,
thev natuinll.v were u*lm tan! .��� and in
clincd (o rrf^ue with the soldicis
to aiguc mat toi��, with ihe so'd.. i<
Mei (hunts   uoing*      into   iIk-ii o\ i
s-tores weie o.duied back, ami oa
tlie slightest sigm of ii-fusal vwii
inimediat*-ly shot  m  then*  tiacKs
"Then   \he       vvav   the     <lyn,imiu-i *
went about   their work  of blowing up
1he   hinlcii'ia-     was \o,\   pocu In
many   eases tJiev     blew   up  buildings
alreadv burning instead   of      blow ins;
up the oiils 'hat had  nol   i.uiyht  (in
and  whuh   might   have  made n  luea.
in  tho | alh of the flames      Tin      ie- '
suit   w,\:   that   (he   explosion-.
Express Work
Wood and Bark for Sale
S\A:  J     KLMl'.   OH   LEAVE    ORDERS   WITH
PHONE      6 0
Newly fitted up and
<".< ort I aides mid good
Board at reasonable
rhc* bar is extra   well
This Hotel  has
been  completely       renovated
Hoard uud lodging $1.00 per day-
(he office     on  Roberts   Street in
and  the 2.1 Ih of each muiili.
Consume!s are ico.nested to call .it
pay Water     Holes, between  lhe  10th
Office Hi urs IP. $.4 30
,,. > + ��.+ ���*��--��� ���*--����� -r -f + -> -t t ���+��� r * T + *> "t ��� + -t + �����--*���-���-> + ������>�����������������-*-��� ����� + �����������������������      * *>
Stable-s in th>   rear of Ihe La.<!   vsmith  hotel
Ali'bots    ford.
Leave oidtis at   tlr
�� *���-���*��'-������ -f'-M- -r V-
���t- +>>�����/ + i-4 ��� 4-4 4-4 ���-����� ���+''4'������ + ��������� ��� 1 ��� + ��� ��- * + * ��� ��� ���
()��� lhe i.ieu usini; llif* dvnauule Tie
blow in;; up nl' about ;i mile oi
usideiues on \ an \i",s avenue ��,i'
an avviul nnd sublime spectaih* j'c
see those beaut did mansion*, guiii-
iiii 111 the an 0110 aitei anoihei w is
enough   to make an\on<- despau
She���Wcieu't j ou jicifectly ileli^ht-
ed when hahy cut-hls first tooth?
IJe��� Yes, I     tliouglit    maybe    he'd
quit yelling then.     But 1 found I heie
weie thirty-one moie   to  follow -De
11011 Free Bid?.
Hicks���Bernard Shaw s.ivs a man
wouldn't he able "to .���live in ihi.-.
ivprld a.t all without   fiction
Wicks���That's &o If I -lidn't ein-
plov fiction when f ;r0 home Lite
iiifthts i'.d he nae,a,ed to deal li--Boston  Transcnpt
"Mis Fainiei���If I orieinl \ou a lob
would you refuse it?
W'Cary  Watkihs���No'ni;   I'd   l.aicc   if
I'm all  fired  out iefusni"   iobs     .uu!
warn  a ic-sl ���Chicago  K.iilj   ^e^vs
Thc  I'oitiait  Painter,  (m despaii )���
lAfadam    I   fn.d   it   impossible  to  pio-
The Siller, (without reserve)���Welf
Mien, diisl diaw the oulliiies to-day,
and when f come next time I will
hnnu, some of my colois foi vou ���
A  liaiipy homo  is  the most valuable .session  that, is within  the reach
of  mgnkind,    hut you   cannot    enjoy
its comforts if you aie sufleiiing, fiom
liiciirn.itisin.     You  tluovv aside husi.
iies.s circs ulicn you enter your home
ami you  can  he relieved fiom    I hose
ilieuiiiatisin    pains  also  by  applying
t'hamieil.iin's  Pain  Balm.     One   application  will H,i\e you  relief and iKs
continual use for a short time   will
hung about a I'ermancnt cure.     For
sale by J-adysrhith- Pharmacy.
JOHN T[JA, Proprietor
Bar  Supplied with  the  Uest   Wines, Isl Avenue   -: :-' ���-��� Ladysmith Ii C
Liquors and Cigars.
'IraiLa  reave  i.*ujsmith  lor   Victoria and  all   inlcvriie'liale  sutions    at
!) 10 a-n.   (I.uli,  ,ird at ."> 00 p in. on   WiH'Jne.s-daj.s,   SaluidavSj    and     .Sundays.
Trains   l.*avf   ���'.adysmitli  for Wellington and  all   intermediate stations
at   11'57 a m   daily,  and    at 7':00 p. in     on    Wednesdays,  Saturdays   and
Excu-sion Tickets
good for going Journey Saturday" %nd Sundays, return.ng nol later than
Uie following  IVIoaday.
���"���Steamer Joan	
Sails from Lauysniith for Vanco nver everv Saturday at BOO a.m. and
returninf sails from  Vancouver    tor   Ladysmith at 2.30 p.m.
O, L. Courtnej^, \
. o *     District  Poftsenfjor Aftent
]3est accominodation for transient
vrui  permanent boarders and lodgers
This new Hotel has been coinfort-
aMy furnished and the bar Is uji-to-
d��<<* Hates $1.00 a day and up
�������laaW�� '�����-��� ���������- ���������* ��������� ��� T.��4mm\i,s
��n��l v
lOmployed Only
(Halt Block from Depot.)
GATACRI3   STRKF/I-      Ladysmit;
- linn- fi.a'-i.Tid-ji so���
Kue hue ie sii fcteatul-oat Undiniu'c nnd
railway depotj. Elwtric ears ov��iy h.f
minuten to till pnrt.8 ol the eily. Bar
aiid <ab!e uneseelli-.l.
K.  liAY.VES, Propimtor,
Leads Them    A
Under ManaKnient
Hotel Wilson
Nanaimo, B. C.
Jas. R.^McKinnel
(.'omiuercial  Mens'  liead;iB:i!,-ters.
Modern  and      Strictly   First Class
Fire J'rc-of     Uuildimg.
many tjws onl.v hrljierl to vjtiei j
the flame,:, farther i helie\p (Un'
the fire v, oulcl not h.ive spiead s(1
rapidly had  more care-heen  exercised
, cure colors that will  malcli v
& Co., Ltd
Pacific Coast
VICTORIA.   -���   ������
H WANTKIJ���I'.y CliK-ntco wholesale
, house, sjiecuvl  representative (man or
vvoiiiau) fcr eacn piovince in Canada.
Salary      $20 00     and  expenses  paid
vveeUj Expeiibc   money   advanced.
Business successful, position peirna-
,neu( No uiV(>stmeii't icqiine.l. Pre-
ivious evpci lenee not   essential  to rn-
Address Manager,  132 hnMe Street,
Chicairo,   III ,  U.S A. '    '���
Ticket and Freight Office, 75
Government Street.
Trains Daiiy
The 'New Train
The Train of
Ease,   Elegance,   Excellence.
Every  mile  a  picture,    and"
no sinolce to spoil the   view.
Through Compartment,   Ob- -
servation and Pullman  Sleepers;    also    Through    Tourist
Cars to Chicago.
At antic Steamship Businesv to Europe
r is our Specialty ' J
Union  ' Terminals   with   all
Steamer lines.
Berth  rescrs ations by  wirel,.
Great Northern S.S.  Co.
S. S. Minnesota    will   snd
fiom Seattle,  April  29th.
For rates,  folders a��d   Cull
information,  call  on  or     a/d- *
dress, i
S. G.'YEKKES,   ��
"" A.G.P.'A^'.'Seattle, 'Wash'.
E. It. STEPHEN, "    ' .;   "   '
Gen'. 'Agent, Victoria,' B'.C.'"
v R. Williamson Prop -
ist. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.
we are making HEATERS and RANGES of
Latest Styles and Newest 'Patterns-. We do
A-1 kinds of Foundry and Repair Work
Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty
Ladvsraith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld
P. O. Boy 42.
Cor. Government and Kates Sts.
2 Trains daily   lo St.  Paul,
"Minneapolis,  Dulutli   and
2 Trains    daily     to Penver,   ���
Ornaha, Kansas City, St.
Louis     anu    East      and
.  ���**
Atlantic ..Steamship: Tickets on
sale to ami from all Europeau
This is the ONLY  line       to
.Tourist sleepeis on all tru'D*-
Koi pailiculciis  call   on     or
vvrrte E. E. Blackwood, Gcn-
jCial  Agenl, Victoria,  U.C.
A.    I>.     f'liailton,   A Ci.P.A.,
N P ,   Poll land, Oie
WM.  IMUNSIE,   Picsideui     .1    W.   f'OHURV,  *Managin.i;  Director
Telcphaiie -l-d. i   i        -v^r^J-Mtf
The Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd.
Shingles ��i Sipe-oioltyl
���\IAN'LI<"A('TI  UKKS   OP	
!t<>MU'li!iin<i I)i"<***.s(mI V\v -;jkI (;im5;u* Lumbers
r��10   Veatminster Road.
Headquarters (or	
���nd flower SEEDS
for distribution. ;
Large stock of Home
now matured for Spring.
No expense, loss or delay of fumigation or inspection
Let me price your list
before  placing your   order, dreennouse Plants,
Floral Packages.; Fertilizers   etc.
3010  Westminster. Road.
��� Are You
Going: East
Then lit iur> yoir  tickets reatf    ��U
If you  aP2 contemplating
���Call al���
J, B. Smith's Shop
On  l'ohirt,s Slree, nri(l see all
The only line now making UNION
DEPOT, .connections at ST. PAUL
and. MINNEAPOLIS with the
through trains from the Pacini
For complete information  ask  y
local agent or write,
General   A f*
790 2na Ava., Seattle
LATHS,   SIIINCILIIS,   MOI I.lll.N'OS,       l-'IC,     nf    ilu.   MEST
QUALITY .Sl!*ASONI;:D.      AND    DRIED     l-'LOOItlNTiS      AND
,,      I-'IMSIIINO   LI MMI-.II   IN'  S'lOCk'
A   Great   Boot
for Prospectors
Tliey are all leather, and
made to sLiii.-l strenuous usage in  mine or  forest.
L117. Men's Tan Chip
pewan Veal' Kip Pros-
pectors'  Boots
Ten-inch bluclier cut, with
' with full bellows tongue to
the tip; have double silver eyc-
' lets and stud hooks; double
sole and slip; standard screw
fastened; slugged around the
forepart and heel. A comfortable  as  well  as a durable
Ask for them at your Dealers
THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.      *
Sn 1 e 111 ii.g Work-s e>t
Vancouver Island, 6, G, - General Manager,
..f>.-ia ers in ....
f ianos and
Organs ...
LaJySii.ith, U.C
Latest Designs in ^
We    make a Specialty. ;of: the-paper-
ing Business.'
J, LEC&iE Cd. Ltd
J.X..  Smith's
Resturant and lodging Rooms
-First   Avenue-**
riaving taken ever the barber shop
known as 6ht :Ladysmith Shaving
Parlors, High St-, I intend, by keep
ing competent workmen, to cpaduct
a first-class establishment; and respectfully s,plfclV your patronage.
Richard.'Garnet, ihe English author
died April- .13 of inlernal hcruorrJiiyJc^
lie vvas 71 years old.
According to Lhe. April Hootoiuiii,
**"l'lie Wheel oE life" is the best, selling book in the United States.
'���'Days    With    Walt'.Whitman," 'by.
Edward Carpenter,  i.s ���a.nnounoed    for
early    issue    by the JVIawnillan company.
Two large editions of the authorized eililion of Dr. Schilling's "Klash-
lights in the Jungle" have been sold
out and has been accepted-as the
best photographic representation of
wild life in the jungle.
One of the freshest and most enjoyable ���magazines, i.s that in the Ap
ril Atlantic upon "The Lodge," . by
Charles lUoreaii Harger. J\rrT"T'Harg-
or is- editor of 1he Abilene Reflector
and professor of journalism in th#
State University ol Kanses. THE DAILY LEDGER '
First Class
WOOD   and   BARK
For Sale and Delivered
a hot solution of fresh Ume wash,
to winch ciude caibolic acid has
been added in the abo\e mentioned
Outbuildings, fences and tying
posts with which infected animals
have becn in contact should also,
when possible, Le thoroughly trotted
in a similar maimer.
San  Fran..i-.to,    Aput  2S���'J Iu*    ��i
mount   of money on hand for iinmoii-
All oulinary    harness    and    stable'^<-.. .. He. ��,. J. .,...1 tin-    cnnUmi.im.r-
������'���.���������.������������.��������������������������� ������^��.<..��..��..��..��..��..#..��
Miners' Drilling Machines
Sharpened by us    always   give satisfaction.
Horse^ho. rs and Genera' t! icks-nitn**?.
Hli 11 er Street -    - Ladysmith, B L
���*M--H*'*M*+-v~ .^*��Hi-��->i->^.��H-*>>��t>'l^l*'*>:��;**-����l'>4-!- ��� ���!��� ��� 'l'����I>��-4-'
WUUU    - iii ��SI
B. C.
rewine Co
rtanufacturcrs of tike
In  British Columbia
La^er   iUite   and Porter      Guaranteed   Brew
i:o.n ths iSnt  Canadian  iYlalt   Run   Hops
��**M��M'**^'*'H*>-^*~I��-****fy4*4*"' ���
4        i:o:n  tili tint   -Z'XW
*|" ������:���*���������:-*������:-��*���:������>���:�����<-*:��� $"���:������*���*���*������!���
Usual  subjects  taught;  also      itn-
gunge*-   drawing  in pencil and cray-
utensils which have been in contact
wilh infected animals or infected premises, should Iw thoroughly soaked
in a hot solution of crude carbolic
""" 'acid of a strength of one part to
=-=i (twenty
g<^ j Materials vvluoh nu&lit bo injured
by the above treatment, such as valuable harness, robes, cushions, etc.,
which have been in contact with infection, should he placed in an air
tight room and fumigated with Foi-
inaldehyde, after which they should
be thoroughly cleaned.
J. Stables, where    outbreaks     Iuac
occurred  or  where  diseased   animals
have, inadvertently or othei wise Jjeeit
'stabled,  c.en temporality,  tlie clensing and    disinfection should lie especially thorough, and in such cases   it
is  safest  to remove arid  burn     feed
boxes  and   mangels   when  ol     wood,
iion articles can    be rendered harmless  by passing them  through     fire,
or by  immersing them for sonic lime
in     boiling: Water.     All ��� litter from
suspected animals .should bo   nuinwi,
<u carefully fenced until used.
5. Farmers     and    others     should,
henevcr    possible,    avoid admitting
rtia��ge hoiscs or mules  lo   the   premises occupied     iby  their own     am
rnals, especially ol the same   species
It is a ijood  plan to reserve an isolated  biiildins; for  out.side horses    oi
mules;  but  where this is  impossible
' they may be accommodated in    cow
stables, cattle   not  being subject   to
glanders infection.    Such lioises   and
Jiniiles .should be watered fiom special
pails,     winch,  together with    other
.stable   utensils    used en   or     about
them, should be carefully clensed and
'drsinlc-f ted before being used for   other    animals.      Stalls     occupied    bv
"strange horses or   uiuhs should     be'
well cleansed  and disinfected,  and il,   an.
at all possible,   left unoccupied    foi ' t'*iat
some time. I
(>. Where now horses oi mules   aic ]
ol I hi* rr.ilil.i.s lontrol ol tho >'\
stiboi duiato lo ^.uil authorities v\ei.,>
two of the most mipoilant subject-;
diwuSMsl dl tlio <'ail\ meeting oi
tho Uli/in-. LoiiuniiKv ol .">*), v. ha!
1ii*.i''mI b.v "'Livoi Si limit'/ now utl-
tunu-tei-5 lie annus oi San I-Yun-
cisco I'olh developed some interest
ing- phases and K'lt in iho mniiU
���oi all those suiwr.M to iclieu t h ���
somewhat chaotic iilf.ius ui th *>
unioi Lunate Cit\ the noeessiU lo*
t .\o   t lungs
The   SI i nte��.t    Kloihuii.v
ill the ��*\j.('iidil in i' of money now .i\-
ailnlile ami the Ligcnt need oi eon
tinned iiiilil.u , iissislaiue '1'ho state
nieiil. of .lames-. l>. I'helnii, 'chni--
maii ol lhc liHu'U'* fommittoe ol th.
CiU/.t-ns Ih-Iii-i mid Hod Cioss Funds
thai lie h.nl been given to nndoi-
sland      h.v Viani-    li    .Mel. .ill   the
lopuvsenl.il l.o o| ' J'lesnletit lloohe-
velt Mi.iL onlv Si'OO.iiuq oi tlio *?���_',
.">O0,0('i> ajipi opri.itfd h\ eougioss
for the le-Li**., ol "s.ui r>aiicisu> v\a-
available ,n.d tlmt this sum top
resented the i*\-lt-i't oi finam ia! .is-
sistanie thai mighl he o\peeif(.
fiom tlmt   soiiwi   taiwd
A  l)i < uled S< n-at ion
in iho meet mg Mi l'helan aiinoun
cod lhat Scoctni.v oi Win Tail h.vn
liaiismitled to Ins oidoi S,'nn,ouu
��� which ho s.u<t was the In si iciosrui
tion the M'cic-taiv has maih* oi .e-
hei ol voi I ami addr-tl that ir..
had boon inioi-ineil b\ Mr -M.-ual."
lhat the Sicivta.v ol War had o\:
pf-nileil the i-tmaindor oi the Inii.!
lor/-the purchase  ol  siipplns loon
corroboiation    oi   tins  slateuwiu     b*.
Met. ah  Mr    rii.-lnn     lemarkod
there was
taLion or otherwise, ho could not
sanction tlie use of the army on
non-military duties a-n hour o'n such
an obvious'necessity and asked ,', i'o��
tho written, statement from tht
Ma.\, or ui outer lhat there nuglit Ijc
no doubt or misapprehension on hi*,
part as to the m ed oi fvdeiai
Adiiiiional   Diath-.
���2H ���tiei'.-r.-!
Gicdcj   has      U-h-gnaphed   nom     ^u-
I'lancisio  the       lullowinijf aildiliona1.
��lc*jLhs      A1 thiu    Vgiiew,   Jaiob       !I
liuelu-i,    i'aliuk   V.    Un lyhtoii,    .1  i
��� ha    Kabyan,     ,i   J-'ieinli   ml.ml,     ^-e.1-
uvino   Hunt, '���> .\i.ii--  oil.',    Mis   iliinl
.John    Kilni.    It.nnaiil   Im llo^, i-C'iu
I.oltiiia,    ("n.iil-s    Vwi!-    (..-Olyt;   S'(-
ville,    Kini     Dinwil/,   riuia,   (.lap.m
esc;.    Mis     Tnles  J,.   \\ lntater    man,
iiiilcnuwU,     t'hi.nainiui; .  .suicidiv,        lin-
l.nonn.     'J'hei-e   was  nh.o    killi-d     fit
IJeJmonle     .Mi        and      Mis     F        I
Kousei  ,    '
San J-'ijijUsco, Apul -2S���Jji We-, and delaatc- Jiersons will need can-
vija. ol Uiu .\ationu' lied Cioss Lo- i01 .nonths, uunate.s m insLitutioiio
iiUjln issm.-d Ihe lollowii.if st.Uv.nwnt whuh Imve be.n destroyed must ho
n ,v> impouaat lot tlw t nUu* : ��stablislvd clscwhcie and on &ouw
counlii io undei stand that ihe los, ,,[dn JcL IO ijo devised, families that
uj    lioinc-  and  jiropci i.v  in San  Fian-   cannot   geL   -tailed   otherwise       may
haw* to he. given a helping hand
It is not intt nded to encourage chi'on
it. dependence, but ((.uick genoious
and t'/Iieieiit leiiei is needed here foi
a veo laig-o iH.m^ei- of persons whos.-
h��mes and meany of livelihood have
been des'tl'ov-f'd We don't h/nov\ what
amount hns been given ui tl e ng-
grog-ate ,' ut judging from what ii
actually m thc hands of the finance committee at its disposal ih.-
dangvr  is that  it  will not be     la-ge
ijeilation.. lia\e boon aioiised ana
idaris have heen made , ba.sod on
telegrams and newspapei leporis ol
lurg-u Lor.tnoul ions loi u*iiei ,\r*d
these especial ions should not he d.s
appoint e.l J'lio rlist, ibuf ion or lood
will ���'have' Lo be c'ontii'metl iuiLil
(here are enough stores in whan
to buy on u 4>mne\ basis jiul then
il can )k* giadu.illy diunmslKd, i>iu
leiief ol othei luncls is now and u,il
he  leipmed    loi* weeks    lo com
fii.'U   nor msuflieii-'iit
Manniactui ei s of the Famous,
CU >\N   tJL'J^S'JH ons,  pamt ng  in  oils and  water col-  piuchused  in or from districts where
^.        ,       ..... .,     ,       .lors, pianoforte and vocal lessons giff   glanders exists, they should,     unless
iNone  >u   Union labor   JHtn ployed |-    ' * ��� f ���>    i������*^i     *���*, -.r ,. .
?en in classes or individually. carefully tested  with Mallein pi lor to
n 'J. BOOTH. Prop       | miss Bertram,
Ladysmith, B   U.
OnK   8r>ii".,<��v.M"��  Av.vil.iUle
Wedding    iJiiktm   -""lade    lo  Order
KINP.S.'   ^RESR   BR HAD   EV- '
Trices    are     Ver7  Reasonable.     All
fJuetoni'ers are' Treated Alike.
/     ON THE   fiSPLANADE.
Solicitor,   Et*i.
Money  io   loan
1st. Avcnu?   - UQYSVi H
CntR-x��ar��r*��'. ��*
Train Service
i    Aud tlie Pi-lnctpal JIhsIiicsb Centers of
Ontario, Quebec, and the
Maritime Provinces.
Vor Tlmo TubleB, etc., ndor'ara
Asslstunt G��h'l r'asdiinger and Ticket ABent,
purchase, be stabled apart and closely  watched for some time before \n.
iwj,   brought  in contact  with     olbei
animals of  the equine species.
,    7. It  must   be borne in mind  that (
GrEMKAli LXPRESS AND y��k ��asal  ^dhirsc, or ulceration, I
enlarged glands, the presence of farcv |
buds, unaccountable swelling of the
���imlis and gcncial/ untKriftivess ott��n
characterr/es cas���8 of Glanders, the
disease exists rn many animals without, for the time being, any external manifestation whatever,'the only
' means of detection m such cases being the Mallein test, and that these
occult or latent cases, arc in some
respects the most dangerous   because
in id
no. -
--  WOKK  PROMPTLY  ri��   ''
Leave orders at tbe Abbotsford.
Dr.R. B. Diei
Surgeon Dentist
A.11 work guaranteed, and at rea��u
abU rate*.
'unsuspected.     Our cv'pcricncc'. shows
Gatacre St.
Manufacturers. Of.���
:'���  ETC. '���;.'���.
cash to his oifk'i at the mini.
the stuetc'-t econoin.v would b
ossary ' .Wt* ufr<*rl i he wo\\e\.,'
.Sir l'helan -nnd iho oouiin.v should
not be Jed into tbe Iwlifi thai
millions aic on hund to n'ln'vi* iii.*
destitute people.'
The qwe^tion ol tbf* >is>: ui l^etU-i-ul
oojis i�� a*.* si -n tb<* pusei vation
or the p. n .'��� nod good older developed on r!. i ii.iiiiniiiy ol opinion ���-
nioriif'.tho. ti.il ii.ihV military authorities A letter Iiom Ceneiul Clroely
i oiiininiidiii^ tho I'nitcd Slates
troo;:s on -dutv. -here to -Mayor
ischmit/. uas iead in the coinii'ii'--
tee meet in�� Tbe g-oneial sta'ed
that  t'lt*   vvai   dcpai linent
Looked  with Doubt
on the;continued use''of tho army in
policing . San .Francisco and added
that while h�� was personally willing
to 'continue, any work of .relief.'snni-
LADYSIUITH TRiVlI'LlC, No.. ��� �����.���
Uathhotie. 'Sisters, meets in the Odd
fellows' .ITaJt cvfry 2nd and -lib
Tiies.di\y, nt 7-.IH) p.nr.
���     ' '   MRS.   KATE TAT I-:,
IM'. of R. & C.
that it  is,    possible for animals    of
Ladysmith>'f   cla^ ^^ i**����* .to
*' others without themselves developing
.'acute symptoms.v It is therefore
'.plaiu that great cantioh should be'
_ exercised on the purchase or, handling of strange - horses or mules, especially in those districts where the
ilisease has become established.' ;
S. The   carcasses" of animals *d>'i��g
from or slaughtered as being affected
��� with Glanders should, when   possible
be burned,, or failing this, buried   at
least' six feet beneath the surface.     .                                  *,.,,-
j    'J. Owners of premises where    out-  of the r,1(vmLers of VlC,0l"-v Lodee   ,y
'breaks have been dealt with    should  retlliesteil
j bear'-in mind that Inspecto.s ear.i.ot
recommend    release   from quarantine           ���
unless disinfection has been ''-carried !
-out  in  a satisfactory    manner,    and
'tliat comueiiisatidn for animals slauglt
tered cannot lie paid unless a   certificate of clensing and -disinfection has ' .	
been i:eceivoil by the Minister, of   Ag-j
  riculture. '���. {   **<U'.  Wm. Thos.    L*.nor��ati,   pr.ovin-
~'~{    .10. Horse owne'rs  should havc.     no   ci��r Constable at Cliaplcau,  Ontario,
hesitation  in 'i"epot'UnK   to   this     De-;savs:-' ."I caiiyht a  severe cohl   while
parfmrnt or  to its inspectors Uie ex-  viunting.   a    burglar    in    the     forest,
istenoe  of  actual  of suspected    cases  swamp  last fall.     Hearing of Chain-
WARNING--���GLANDERS  of glanders.     'Hie ilisease has     teen- hcrlain's  Cough Uomedy,  1   tried    it,
spreading  rapi-Mv   of late  years,   and   and ��flor using  two small  bottles,  I
it is    a matter     of  public interest   >v.*s completely cured." This n-medy
In .districts  where the existence,   of   -j,.,*.   (,ve.-e   fresh  centre   <>f   iufectilm   is intended rs.-ecially  ioi' coughs  nri.l
0landers  is suspcctetl,  mid  especially   should   be discovered  ami  dealt  with   cold..;:     It will loosen .iiul nlie.vc-   a
in  neighborhoods.* where actual     out-   as  prom.pth-  ns  possible. severe cold   in  less  time tli.xn i*y ;utv
breaks  have occurred,    the   adoption' A.  0.  RVTUFAIFORD,     ,-���    olher    treatment and   is a     favo.-.lo
of the  following precautions by own,' Veterinary Director. General,: -wherever its superior    excelk-"co   lu^s
�� ' n       .......   .. become known.-     For sale by  l.'i< y-
Miiith  Pharmacy.
I.ibi?fi.vs   1 ost.
.S.tn J'lvuK oslo,   Apul   -J.S ���1 ilu ii'-x
JUter  lilirar;,,    until  tbe     total      '*-
ccod  a'liulluuv  \oluuus   disawp*  .  0
in Ijic  thai   swept ovei   S.tu F ,'iuis
co last   week        15 rial    i oIIclI .oi.s   oi
invaluable reioid-,     t^i ne   t > iho \ "i
ful end ot  making tuel foi   the    fuc,
.No  .minute ustjiiiatu tan   Ij.       u ade
oi   the    momentary     wouli     m'      m&
boo'.s     ik*sii o>oO.     but ii h be'.--    a
thai   tliL-n      liKiikt-L  value    *.j..  in i\
cess     oi    S..'!,000,000       Ainona       ine
tolk'Ll,ons  tbal   vanished    vei.-  ihuse
contained    m  ihe    main    p.tint       ui.-
raiy     ami.  two   oi   ii*.  biam-lv *.      i..
"\feehani's   Instil ote     J,ibiar\,       i'-.
^eiL'iinLile    hbraiy,   ihe    Siiti.j.     hb-
laiv,   the  Pioneer ]-ihi i -\,    ilu      I ..i
heiuian    flub  lihraiy,    <\i>    " \ai Ji
ftith   libiary, the Fieii*��i.   lihraiy   the
San   t'l.incisco   I,nvv  bi'i ai *   an I  1 'n
libiai.v    oi   Siipieme C'i*'"     'Un. num
bei    of   volumes    in    these  i n!'e< t oa->
was   not   less than   TOO )i>n , ,n\ \,iC
lois   ol   individual    own-is  .in   up  ' ���'
the     tolnl ol   nioii- thai     i    l'lil'ion
Tbe. pnVvlh:  library was   ihi       .--tain
larffpst   insi iliitioii      of    i-.    i in I   oi
tlie    T'mte.l   States      l.ii.anin       <���'
VV        Clark  *-ai<l        'In  iJk'  mi.uh  lm-
'jijfv      in  the     eastern    v%: i l,  ol  th
it\ ball were 130.000 '.c )1 ' Tht.
wni a total loss, the sti i-nie !v��i =
ittiv. Jlie volumes taeina -bo tered Iiv
'be e.irthr.ual-e end sweit  bv foe"
\"ancouvf*-i, Apul 28��� i lullv e\-
pect lhat as a lesult oi tin new^,
thaL Mulish Columbia lumbci vmII
lis admitted Iree oi duty ai 5-wvn
l'ranrisco duiiiif; tiie lebiiildnisr o'
thai 'i(.\, that hiinber prices will ul
\anee," said >li .1 i- Knivjr-on
'oi the Xanaimo I uinbei Coinpa/n
and uiillownei oi Toil. Moody, today ' Houyh luiiib.-i is now sc-llu*^-
locally and uu slupmc-nt ai $F.l a
tiioiisaiKt, and 1 am oi tlie opinion
that owing tu tht. sjreat demand
wluth will l,o eicatecl by the caii
irom    San   J--iancis<o   Dial    ilj a
thousand  uill   b-o  i en, bed  wiy sboit-
1> "
'the   news   iec<.i\e<l   \esteulay     that
th<*   I nited  yijitet. ^overumcnt  wou.d
ic-btito tho   duty    oi bi! pei   Uioii->anu
on jJrovinciaJ   luni-ber   landed   at   Sen
J-'iataiseo,     cn-aicd  a  yiL-ai stn      a-
n'oiig    those     lumLKii* mills v.liali ah.
in u  jiosilion  to  Handle     uuy   ol   this
ti'ade.     All  Vhe   laifcv-jt    mills on the
Britisli     Ooliimbu   coast     have       ��� o
nianj   ouleis ahead     that   only      b.s
o]iciaiin<-    dimble   bhnis would   tliey
be     enabled        iu  j��ai*licipate  in   iho
.-sail' Kiamisto   liade        Thei*��       aiv,
liowovei,     .t jiuiiibci   oi   nulls   which
aie   not   tied   up   by   eonti-acts       foi
any j.*vat  length oi   tune   Theiv    ai\
sovctal   winch   will   have     old       contracts     worked     bfi   within     a     few
\Vith it gi-ucciul speech, m whuh In*
*.poke oi the splendid sei vices oi ihi-
medic-al gentlemen to 'he dnss, .Mr
Stockutt handed Dr. Higlc a vei y
handsome dressing case uud JJi O'-
lirian a pair <��i field glasses, a^
tokens oi appreciation and good
will of thc members ol the cluss
'J'he doc tots in accepting the presents, expiessed -I'heir thanks m suitable terms.
l)v   lfogk*     j>rcSc*ntod   the medals
ami certificates     lo      the  'biici-Gfasful
candidal es,    and   this   ceremony  elicited    .sevcial     veij  neat speeches.
I)i 0"ilnaii gave a veiy able and
instinctive medical address and an
address on  "Ambulant o Mining"   b,>
Air     I'bos   Orahame proved   of     im-
l\-ddling  tiupilie
Victory Lodge, IiO.G.T., continues
to meet in the I.O.O.F. Hall onHlie
1st and 3rd1 Tuesday and 2nd anil
���Jill Saturday. The ���members'of tht
Onward ! Lodge, .1.0.tt.T., Nanaimo
will pay a fraternal visit to Victory
Lotlge, Ladysmitli, on Saturday e
onirjg, April 28th.     A full attendaiK
F. THICK,   C.  Templar.
"K.-NIMMO, Sec!
Wellington  Grove  Nc
> r
il     """���.., ,     it   . ��� ���  (.'��� f   i    Departiiicnt of'Arrricullurc
'ers of horses and others interested,      '                        6
I i.   Ottawa, March,   190(5.
will  do  much to prevent  the spread1 -   ..    ������
of  the disease and the estiublislimi-iit
'of fresh. centres of infection.
1.'. Horses or niulcs having a   nasal
discharge ��� or  other  suspicious" sy'mp-
i  U.   A.  Oil' joins' should not be admitted to liv-
Meels   in thc""V"!>--'o   F.  Hail,  l.i   jr-ry  or  feed stables ��r  yards, black-
ilysmith,    the   Second   and      Fo-jiH -'smith shops, church or school sheds,
Wednesdays of each  month,  conimen
ir.g Wednesday. ��� 13th.,  J905.
Visiting  Pru'ils     are Invited to  u
.   Ry Order,
\VM   RAFTER, Rcct Sect*-!
From      this  date  the undersigned
will  not be responsible for  any  in
dehtedne-ss     incurred except on       ��'
written orher signed by the secretary
Rowland   Machin.
V.   r.   10XPI.ORATION ,t   PRVfif,
Non Personal L'abil.'ty.
Victoria, B. C. M*y 18th, liOI.
railway stock yards, private stables
or other, places where they, are likely
to come into direct or indirect contact with animals of the equine species.
U. All stables, yards orjrtieds used
for  the accommodation of horses   or ('
mules should    be regularly and    fre- J
���qtiently clensed and disinfected An the ;
manner prescribed below.
3. After clensing the premises thoroughly, and burning all .dobris, the
interior shohld -he::well gone over
with hot steam, or boiling water,
adding io the latter at least one
tuiart of crude carbalic acid to each
live gallons, after which the entire
sTirface should be thickly coated -vtrith,
Public   Notice
Attention is called .to 'lie    fact that tha
Ogilvie Flour Hills Co,   Limited
makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR      hare for some ��lnw
past been producing flour In *   T��stly improTed  and pprlfl  '   '"-m
hy the aid of ELECTRICITY
md having secured control ol   ��H the basic patents felatine then*
to, take this opportunity of a dvising  the  public   that  any
ori/ed users of Mie electrloal   flo��r purifying processes  wll��  ���*����� pn--
���ecvtel :
OgU via Flour Mills Ca-npauy li^uitel
Pre (lie    only    millera ia Canada  whoso FloTir
b purified by the Eleotrio Process
San Francesco,   April   '_"-:���--Si . \    e->
foi- the   homeless and   h.mir.-y     '-.ent
in   b.v    j.!ul.iiiihio|iiL   and    ihantable
t-ommunities    ihi*ouf><ho'-it   il-c     i oun-
liy   arc      ti.'iny      sold     on   lhe  liI.v
streets     by licon.si.tl ped-.Sb-rs -l.i.-.-.i-s-
oil .in-the' sense    that '.hav   1'--Id permits   to-sf-11,   'which'.were- "ii-sneil   I.*.
the municipal     tici-nsn      depariini-nt
before  tin* i?rcat. fire.,   This startling
condition     of-nffnirs " vvas     reported
to    -Chivf   ol'  'Police       Din an     thif
morning by the. departrncnt   coinmim
ctcrs   from   tho   various  police        dis
tricts.    To meet, the emergency Chief
Dinan     dittctwl    that  patrolmen    bo
detailed     mount.Hl    if. necessary  with
' To'Arrest F.very-Mnn
.iouulI to he engag-od in siiclv traft'iic
,'J'hc- orTeri-rlei-u will be'tnrnwl over to
the. -military mitbovitios until Uncivil courts are .prepared to take-
theii- 'eases. 'The 'commissary di-.-
pai-liiicni. and their loams will b:i
placed ai. -ihu ilispi.s-.il of tin* g��*in>r-
al relief  i.*ommirtee. m
San Fi-tiiicis'-o. April ."iS���Shortly
before the great lire tvacheil iho Mali
of Jiisik-i.*. .(!eoi-|j,-e M. '-.l.ipnuui,
bond and warrant, idcrk in Pislr'u-'.
Attoi-iiijy l.angdon'si ollk-e placod
.-JI ,'2'\ii bail nioiii'.v in tho safe- Th;.-;
iiiornin-i the snf�� was openyd hy I h<-
dirfiriei aiii-irney and the mon.*y wa-.
I'.iund ;iiiiml. II was d-*posil.'il
wiih. tin1 cily 1 ivasni-c. Th.; woik
ul' pnlliiii* ilowii walls iilioui the
hanks wa.*. pnsln'O wilh all rapi
ity today. The i-iiins of lhc i'al-
ifrii'iiia Safe l'i.-po.>ii Co. Ih>- t'ac-
iiic Mutual 1 /if** and (he "llomih.u*
UankiiiL; Co wcr.* razed. Lour- sIx-lI
cables    were    wrapped    about '..he
I'oiindations     and   supports, whiie
powerful donkey euujiuos pulled them
'out. Portsrnont h Sipiare barhoi-s ;i
colony i.f i.-lii time Sun Fran. i.->-
enns. There are about a dozen peo
pie in the square'- outside tho po-
lice and oi-jld of these are eight,.*,-,
years of aj;-o or -more.. They cannot lie induct d lo leave the square
They lire tho only old timers in iii>-.
cii.v'.' and liin-LV residents in tho
Portsmouth   svmaiv- vicinity.
San     Francisco,    April 1*8���Koarf;v
���100 men  were sworn    in as     special
Police officers       by    Circuit      Judjyfc
Hosmer   this   afternoon.      'Wie      city
has    boon   divided     into   thirty      districts  and   the     men  are to  patrol
within   the,   districts   in   which      they
live.     Kadi   man    is    i*ivon     a  slai*
and   number   with      a     card setting
forth that  bo  has   i-oy-ular police air-
wecka,, and they will, it is firmly b'*
lievitl, be shippiii" lo tho llay tit\
within- ilic' next  three months
Tonnayt lor tho t tan��poi tation oi
lumlioi doan the coast to San Fran
liico .s siaiie but lbitish Coliim
bia .lumbermen have "thc advantage
of their . competitors on Fugei
Sound owing- to the fact that th-
world's shipping is open to them for
charter. The Sound lumberman can
only shij> his product to San Fran
cisco on An'.erican bottoms, bo-
cause tho I'nited States coasting
laws prevent foreign vessels trad in ;j'
between two ports on' the American
coast. 'American tonnage'--is 'no'
av'nilablo in aiiy quantity, and th;;
Sound millrnen will And it alrrios'.
impossible to secure  transportation
British   Columbia   lumbei;inen   have
alrearly   started.''the  cables   workiiuy
to   F.nrope,  in   an  ehdeavdr   to      find
some  steamers   'or'sailing'vessels  oi
the Pacific which arc*   open   to c'ha!"
tei-  for  this Uunboi* trade.
About    tweni.v-tive  mc-iubei'S    of  St
���hilui's   Ambulance   Class    sat    .|.mu.
to   a.    sumptuous    banquet   at       . ih >
U'intlsor    Hole!  last   evening, and  the
aHair   proved    to   be
arable   one.     t o   t hose
ougb    l-o  be pr..seiu.
the   repast   excellent.
a  most  pleas-
fortunate     -.'l'.-
Xot     only was
but   the        pro-
jirummo  of toasts,  presentations and
music   thnt     brought   the     cnt.-rtaiii.
meiit   ... a conclusion'was   of   n most
enjoyable   nature.
T. 'IL Stockett, ICsq.. lion. I * resilient- of the Society' was in thi:
chair, and on him fell lhe pleas-j.m
duty of making on behalf of -i.i
class. .Mrs. Ilogle and O'tlrinn 'be
recipients    of     handsome       presents.
for    the
mense liiteiest  to all  piesent
Following is tho piogrammo as i.-n
dert'tl and it can with truth be sain
tliat every item v\a"3 thoroug'lily enjoyable
l'i ogramnie.
T   11   S'ockutt, Hon   Pies   Chan ���
Shoit Addiess
-   William  Xeave���Business M.mul'-*>
"J")r L .T O'Buan���-Medical -Vu
dress. ��
T   Oiaham���Ambulance Mining  AJ-
J II. lloglc���Presentation of Cer-
uficjites and Medals
T. I? Stockett���JJresen tan on r..
the Doctors
Toast���lving and Canada with musical honors bv thc President Mr.
Mills responded to the toast of Can
Song���Mr    W    Allsoi>p
Toast���The Western Fuel Company,
proposed  oy Mr.    J.    W.       McCoun
responded   to bj Mr    -fcJtockctt
Song���Mr.    Thomas  Oiaham
Toast���-St John's Anih-ulanco Cl��-=s
proposed by Dr Ilogle, icsponded,'(>
b> by Mos&is C Graham, Jam.-?
Liarriy   and   J     Shavv
Song���Mr*   W   Xeavc
Toast���Thc Ladies, proposed bv
Mr. W. Allsopp,- responded to by
Mr.    A. .Andrews. ������'.'������
"Poast���Medical profession, proposed by Mr. T: Grahani, n>spovvdr-d ,to
by  Drs.   Hogle  and O'Brian. �����
Toast���The IJ ost. proposed Mr.
T. R." Stockett. /responded to by
Mine Host    Fox.
Toast���Tho President.. proposed ; by
Mr. W. Allsopp, responded to by..
Mr.   Stockett. ~     :
���Shoppers-'last-evening wtre denied
tfce pleasure of a friendly gossip
at t'hc street corners, for to indulge
in long .conversation' was -impossible.;
���When- the chatty lady- opened
mouth to make, some port incut,
torahce, the wind blew- with' ..'l.iV
result that, the urifortunate lady's
mouth was Titled with. dust. X��r
particularly pleasant, and the; struts
were cleared earlier thnn usual. '
It.  is  a long   time   since ih-'    dus1
of Xanaimo     dew   so' hig-h.   and  oh.',
how     the   blinded -and   choked ones
wished     the  sprinkler    bad  been
work     during the   day.
The- year's fiction is to bo enrich-;
cl by the pu'blication this month ei
a novicl by tlic illustrious Spanish
novelist. Emilia Paulo Ba7.au, who
has ho&n called the creator and pro-
liiSOn-usf of ."Spanish realism. Tlie story, which is evolved from ;\ most
romantic period o*f French history, is
entitled, "The MySte-ry of the.��l4ost
Bauixliin." "*- "'* "
Tolstoi once,.said that the social
litohlcm could ne' solved if fi'e mr-
(of whom ihe. late Henry Domarcsf
Lloyd vvas o-vuv could get together
aJid talk    it, out.       Now, interest ��� is
thority.     These xnen are   to   recei/e
merely   volunteered    in   worl
good   of   the community.
No  relationship   between   the       new
arganiznt ion   this   regular police fo'-e
seems to have 1-eeii .conlemplai.ed attacricii to Mr. Lloyd and his s'U'en-
Chief Dinar. and Captain Burk-ciC nous and interesting, career by elie
state thai the citizens commit I co publication of his last book, "Matt,
is unneecsvsnry thot the police force, the Social Creator," which in a sons:!
and the soldiery is ample to take sums up the work in which he spent
care  of   the situation.     The   citizens   manv   vears.
patrolmen received no instructions at! i	
the    time of being   sworn in no*- was:
anything      said   to   them   about  pay. |
They  aie  being  told  by   the    officers \ of  -vlgcmon  S.   Crapsey as a c.le
organization     to     get       instructions
Batavia,    INLY.,  April  28���Tho   fate
man     of thc
from   tbeir   captains  and   arc     givea ' fl"u-ch   i-os-ts    with   his .'judges
to  understand   ihat service   willlx-    t,ial   ��� of ihe   lU-ctor     of   St.
gin   at.  oneo.     It   is  said  thnt       tho
swearing   in   of   men    will      cont-.in.ic
tomorrow   mid    until     2,500       have
been listed   in the service.
the earth quake and Are.
Protestant Episcopal
iP'ows, "Rochester, on charges of her.
esy and violation of ordiharfion
vows ended today with tho final
ai-gumont ot <*ounsel for the accuseJ
and for thy prosecution. ^^.���������V-^'"-'''^.!*^.^^  ^^p^^ISSB53SSS  THE DAILV LEDGER  ���������^���������'mm  Quality  Seldom Equalled���������  Never Excelled  Smith, fotos,  Ladyamith, B. C.  That's All!  Call   anJ Get   Acquainted  Local Items  There  will  be  woik  in the  tomorrow.  mines  Aliss Abercrombie returned at nooi.  'from a   month's visit at "Mission.  -Mr. Ci. Schenck left this morning  for Vancouver, where he will 1 cm.iin  lor* some  time.  match take place    Saturday week.  At the time of writing it is not  certain. if the gamo betvvucu Cbc-  maiiius and N'anaimo baseballers will  take place on Sun/lay as proposed,  and attention may .be do voted to't'io  juniors  and   intermediate's. Then;  are many of tho latter here,, lie .st.i-  es, wbo will soon be able to' tak-i  their placos m the iirst rank v\i(ji  credit. lie also liopes to be abb-  field for the promised \icioria Kiy  to put a first rate bunch of men on  exhibition match vvit'h the''Vancouver team. A number ot thc old  seniors have consented to turn out  for lhat occasion. *<o that tin* ,v oim  g-or element will be '-uvngtlien.'d am!  given confidence. AJ r-. Yorkc announces-, his'��������� intention to participate 'in  exhibition games. lie will be a \.:'.  liable acqui-.it ion, a-, there i-, no  more cajiable doi'.-m e si ,i-k-'hnu.l"i*r  in tho   west  at   thc present   lime  ANNUAL MEETING OF  V.  I. F.  ASSOCIATION  (Continued, from Page One.)  -Mr. J .is. JiunsiiHiir left Lad} smith,  for Victoria this morning on the  Passenger train.  fc-a-jj,.  Hubhio  It'nlton is getting his  '.boat house in shape  for the season's.,  yachting,    preparatory    to  installing  liis new boat.  ���������Mr. .J. 'Smith, the photographer,  took the noon train, bound for Vancouver, where he will spend a feiv  days on business.  LACROSSE.  i  Victoria   to   the  J'Vont.  . :Mv    Lionel  Yorl.o,   vvho  has  clnir-j.j|  of the Inci'oss-e situation   in Vnlori.i  is   eonfidciit   of   being   able    to   elfei i  an  improvement  in the *-ii iiuium dur-.  ing   th.    ensuing   ,\ r:n\      He      thinks  tlie    propei-   plan    h;..s   be.-n      adopted j  in   dropping    f.'om   tin-  :���������- nior    leaeu',  temporarily  in  older thai   more  time,  Capt. Quaife, assisted by Capf. Davidson    nfid   "Lieutenant  Davie.s,  will  conduct Salvation Aimy meeting    i  the .Opera House  banqueting hall   at  7f30 .this evening.  Among those who spent  Sunday  in  Kanaimo   wcr,e.    Mis    Ingham,     Mi.  ,������nd   Mrs.   Adam,     "\Fiss   Coburn   and  .Miss      Ram.sa>,    Messrs.     Akenhead,  Simpson and  FYectlu.  _   Mr,  C.   W.   lurk,   the   proprietor  of  t.h������ mcrry-qorioimd,  will i,e in  Ladysmith  until   Saturday  next      He     is  f;oing  to    give  the baseball  club    A  benefit  of  one  day l,lus   week,   gii iiig  them one-half oi   (he net proceeds   ou-  on*  day.     The date lus nol   been ai:  ranged    as yet      Mr    FCirk also     in  tends fl(Jvfntr a  pme of  t2 .TO  Jo  th,.  '���������est girl   li-ler under fifteen  ve.irs o,f  nge,   'and   one   nf $2 10  fo   the l-csi  boy rider   ii-w!ei   df(eon   years       Tlic  -contest will be on Salunla\ nevf  iho'  judges  being  three Ladysmiih  genlh>~  rnen.  WILL BOX  15 ROUNDS  Posters are being prcparod announcing the terms of the boxing contest  to fake 'pJace, between Jeff Ilatmav  and Prank Fernandez. The 1/otil will  take place in the local Opera House,  \in May L'Jlh. and will be for a side  bet of one ih.ikIuhI dollars, winner to  fake 60 per cent of the gate receipt. The leleiee has been chosen,  and all that remains i.s for (he men  t0 get into  shape.   ������������������o-   Minard's Liniment Cures  Bums, etc  SPORT  POSTPONTT.O OAMK.  j\lr.    Viponrl    is   in  receipt     of      a  letter     from    Hope, 1-lcrd,   secretary  of thc  JJimcnns Baseball   club asking  tliat  the  league  match  scheduled   for  Thursday, next,     Ivetween t-hc "Duncans  and, local- teams be postponed.     Several  of   tJie   JJuncnu    jilayers   find,   it  impossible   to   piny    on   lhat       day  It is understood  lhe    Xaivaimo    team  will   ng-ree   le.   ill.-   |')i)sl|iouoment   and  will  endoavor    to arrange     that, this  Millard's Liniment  Relieves Neuralgia.  '���������-Synopsis 0f Canadian Homestead  Regulations  Any available Dominion Lands  within the Railway Roll, in British  Columbia, may be homesteaded by  any per son who is the sole head of  ^-Xiimiiy, or a"}' rriale over i; glileen,  years of age, to the extent of onc-  .qiiiartor section of ,J(!ll acres, moie  or" less.  Entry must be made personally a"I  the local land oflice. for the district  in"; which the land   is  siliialc,  The homesteader is lcq-uirod to perform the conditions connected llieie-  vvj'th under one of lhe lollowing  plans:  .(1) Al least six months' residence  upon'and cull ivation of (lie land iu  each year for   three years.  (2) If the fath-r, (or mother, if the  father is dc'cca'-cd), of the boniest fader resides upon a farm in the. vicinity of the land entered for, lhe ie-  iqiiire-men Is as to residence may he  satisfied hy such person residing with  the' father or mother.  (3). If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his home  stead, the re:;*iirements as 1o residence may he satisfied by residence  upon -t-he said land.  Six incnthe' notice in wriliiujr  should be given to the Commissioner  of '"Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention  to apply for patent.  Ooa,l lands may be purchased at $.10  per; acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than :120  acres can-lie. ary.juired 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.  : Vi.   W.   CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of Interior.  ture, and in support oi Unit promise,  moved    a    resolution to that effect. '  They also pointed out that lie     was  ih������ only  niitji who had llru vvoric well I  in hand,  was  well known by aU   the  junior,   intermediate  and senior players,   and  was,  in tact,   the  very,best  man that could  be found lor  the position.     Mr.  Brown finally consented  to act.  lor one season more upon t-he  condition   that   the  work  be made as  light "i"s    possible.     Not, as'he    ex-  explained  it,   because he did not li..c  il,   but  because he simply could   not  lind     the time  to    attend to it properly.  Vice J-'residciil���������-Air.  Jas.   Adam.  Secretary  Treasurer ���������J.  W." Lorimcr.  Delegates to the B.C. League, N.  A. Morrison, E. AL Whyte, .������. B.  Brown, J. Steele.  H  was decided after the election of  ollicers,    delegates, etc., thai   L-i,dj-  smith would, next season, present   a  'cup for competition for the   intermediate jilayers.  Thc intermediate team ol Lady  smith will receive two medals each  .'or winning the championship this  year; one tor the Island league, and  one for the B.C. League. The Island  League medals will likely he received  this week.  The work of the meeting being concluded, refreshments were seme-d and  a I 12 o'clock the meeting dispersed,  each delegate expressing much satisfaction wilh the manner'in which  tlic meeting had been carried on, and  the  satisfactory  business   transacted.  English I  Oilcloths        j  In Every   \  width, 5x4, 6x4 and 8x4 ������  '  I  Floral and Tile Effects       I  I  25c. Yard  .������. ������������������> .*.  Oilcloths  Six Feet  Wide-A Good Heavy  Cloth and a Dozen of Patterns to choose from        x  40c. Yard  .Mr. .1. Kcirl arrnc-l on the nom  train from Victoria; anij^ will Le engaged hen- in the employ of Messrs.  f~-iiiii.ii  Leisei   A- "Co.,  Ltd.  ^yy,y:-^.  Fresh   T  Pioneer -Bolij. Ms  1st..Avenue, LadysmMli," B. C.  1 I Mmi Prop.  .NfANl'FACTURKR OF  Carhunatod Beverages.  0 i n g-1* r   Fi e e r "  Fruit Syrups  T.   O.   Hox   2.-S  f  NOT!CI'"���������I have throe horses .corralled aL my place. Owner can have  b.tnif* by calling al my place and pay  in������  expenses*.  .J. CARSON.  st  Linoleums  Wc were  never in better shape to  supply your want in this  line. We make a Specialty  of it. Come and See them  50 & 60c. Yard  Walter^sT  Akeohec d  ���������  Coal     ( il   Engines  Pur l.fiiiiielica, t:ii.lilii|^ M^ats. Etc.  ^  Stationery Engines  ^linard's  Liniment for sale  whore.  evefev-  FOR SALE  Twelt'c   head   of  cows   and Milk  -ontc.     A pj'ly 1*.  O.  Box 1)9.  FOK   RENT OK  SALE.  Four   roomed  house on    Esplanade,  between   Kxtension  I loi el  and  Badcn-  F'owell street.  ���������VJCO  on terms,   or   mil   f  month.     Apply  J.   STEWART,  Won.?, Q. Guy  REPRESENTING  TAI5ANG & CO.  ' Merchant Tailors  Will be in Ladysmiih weekly. .Leave  orders at  The   Alibotsford  Minard's Liniment cures Colds, &.c.  RAYMOND & SONS  ���������Dealers  in���������  Lime,   Plaster  Paris,    Brick,  Fire Brick and  Vancouver island cement.      .  ;3  Pandora St. Victoria B.C.  ! French Wreathes & Crosses  f  3    .Just received a large consign-  1   inent of new  and rare designs  j   in    French   wreaths,  the lai'g-  I   est and best assortment,   tliat-  r    has  ever  arrived  in  NaiiuiiiKi.  I    'When  in want of anything   in  (lie flower line, yo-i can gel it  ;    at short iiotice-.ny calling    on  T. X. Jones, Ladysmith where  sonic of the new   designs   can  he seen.    Natural   flowers also  supplied on    the    shortest, notice  Pipes; Cigars,  Tobaccos, Etc  V'-":-  at  ���������  More  Smolic Biy; B. ������'i������ars  WANTEH.���������   H-innished  rooms  board for two.     Apply-Ledgei.  Try a Province. Ci������,ar.  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  :  ���������  %  ���������  for nl! Power P.irpo'-.es  Slinpl:-, I;'l-()iioiiiIc;i!, Rrliuble  Ahsolutelj   no d.inger,  Ko Electric Spaikers or Bat- I  teiies %  to ������fcl (int   of order. ��������� ���������  Wrile us for l'urticului *.  ���������   y  Cauliflowei. Australian Onions, Californian  Apples, tal Oranges and Bananas  Cowichan and Salt  Spring Creamery  Butter Always  on Hand  S1M( N LELSER& CO LtJ  Roclnrssen & Collis  7 Yates1 St:  Victoria. B.. C.  Machinery  Aftonts.  ���������*���������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ���������������������������������������������   t-OR   Tennis Goods  Lacrosse   Sticks  ��������� AND   Base Bali  Outfits   WRITE   ���������       ' - ���������  J. BAMSLEY & CO,  VICTORIA, B. C.  ami  Try a Province Cigar.  Smoke Ilia, t". Cigars  "Miiiard's "Liniment cures  Dnridrun".  fIRTP   QliTCKLY   K'NOf'KEI)   OUT.  "Some weeks ago, .during the s-*  ere winter weather, .both my wife  and myself contracted severe colds,  which speedily developed into the  worst kind of la grip|������ with all'{[p  miserable symptoms',':' says Mr. ���������).  S. Egl.eston, of Maple Landing";'Jo-,  vva.' "Knees and joints''aching,"'muscles sore, head stopped up, eyes and.  nos>3 running, with alternate spells  of chills -and fever. We hegan using  Chamberlain.' .Cough ��������� Remedy, aiding  the same. ..with 'double dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and by its UlHjral use soon  completely Iriioclced o;it the grip."  Sold by  Ladysmith Pharmacy.  HENRY CREW,  The  Watch  -at-  Cor.  ("oino.v ltd. & 3Iilton St.  NANALMO  i'i.r.  'I'lfOXH   l.'il.  1  $1.25  Is a Winner  Granite and Matb'e Woiks  Granite an-i -Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at.tile  lowest prices consistent  -with first class stock and  workmanship. Write for  catalogue. "  A.   STEWART,  MS Yates St. Victoria  P.C  wux&aeKss^mfmms&ai  Notice  A. HOWE, of CHEMAINUS, has opened thc A1EAT-  MARKE7  lately    run   by W. Ward.on Rcbeilsstrce  WITH A flMm Of FIRST CUSS Mm  PORK AND SAU5AGE A ������ PECIALT V  A Trial SolicitU  A. HOWE,  PHONE 20  Or.  Dier" can be louid at any tirr>  at his office on Gatacre st. His   de  tal   work  is gi aranteed   t0 be first  'lass and rates reasonable si  "WUat-mal.es you think UilKins is  in love?" -���������"  "I was-in the next, room to 'liini  and his girl am| overheard one of  their silences."���������Life.  FOR SALE  Eggs from Pure Bred Stock  AN Birds Trap  No Inferior L^yars Kept  Barred, Buff . andV .���������'���������White Rocks  Wlii!.3 Wyandottes, White and Brown  Leghorns.       -  $i Per Setting  $6 Pt r Hundred  ' "E. S.TEWART,  Box 2GS-        Ladysmitli, B.C.  I   have just  received a shipment oi  Hills!  High Grade  LNiLisii mmos  and  CfGAREHFS  "DRUG   STORE  ss&Bm&msmi  Goods  Just arrived���������the best .line 0f-  Tennis Goods, Baseballs,  Bats, Gloves, Etc.  LADYSMirh HAROWA&E COMPANY LIHJTED  raser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST A VENUE.  ��������� r."5aB3Eii3S2^^*r^-*aSi������SJa:  GOLD   LEAF   PATTERNS  English   Crockery  HWMMM&tHH  This  Ware is^ Very  Neat and can Always be  Matched     ���������     ���������     ���������     ���������     *���������     *���������     ���������.  ��������� ���������  Gups and Saucers==Plates ^- sizrs>  Platters, Vegetable Dishes, Bowls  iBlair & Adam  We have Better ones ai $2.75  AM Guaranteed  Call in and Get One  B. FORCIMHCR  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE  LADYSrilTH  BMCSCS2E3SB  ��������� *������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*-������������������������������������  ��������� " '���������*,.'���������.'*������������������  _���������^   ���������  =A Choice I-rine of:  BACON   20 Cents Pound  SAUSAGE........         ":..-.......'..���������...-... 15 ;Ccnts Pound  TONGUE......        ...50 Gents Each  ���������  ���������  ���������'���������  ���������Always on Hand���������  |     PANNELL and PLASKBTT     |  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  U'e should like. In show, you our  large assortment of-^���������  lA/aill Papers  ILanging'in   price   from  ioc   Double Roll and  Up  They are lhe very latest in Wall  ami Ceiling Decorations. Just from  the factory. Over ten thousand roils  lo cJioose from. We also carry a  lnrge range of   Varnishes. Varnish Sfains,  Paints,.Oils," Brushes and  Window Glass  In  fact'' everything ' lo   Beautify   the  ���������ITome, at���������  H. KAY'S  WALL  PAPER DEPOT  Suits    Made to Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  PICTURES CIV������N AWAY  Each a Work of Art  Save Your  WHITE SWAN SOAP  WRAPPERS  lonue of rtMi���������. ,.  ,,,        Hj I, m j,,.,' ^, ^ . %Af^  SrVICTOfii  "aseiSEs  Plumbing and Tiosmifhing  DONE  AT  Reasonable Prices   By   J. ANDERSON  Leave orders  at  Pttersqn's  Furu  tur������ Store, or telepiiofce No 5"s.  UOYS'^TH HOTEL ;_Bjf  Having taken over the l-al'-room of  the aiiove. hotel, we inleiul to run a  first-class, up-to-date establishment,  and in solicit ing the patronage of  our friends an'l the public in general,  we guar:������'tee good treatment   to all.  R, fcott A, Smith  Propriflnrs,  I  m  m  1  Hi


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