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 ftJS<**8LATtVis  ASSEUBLY.  ^,^'s/ar/Ve^4  The Ladysmith Daily  VOL.,2  SATURDAY  April  28,   liJOC.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  ANNIVERSARY CELE-   DYHAMIfE KILLS  BRATION OF LO.O.fJ      ��������� m  Harmony Lodge No.6 Celebrates 87th.'  Anniversary in Lodge Rcoms  on Thursdy  Evening  Excellent Programme Rendered. After  Which Cards, Dancing, Refresh^  ments'Etc.Occupied the Time  INJURES MORE  On Thinsrlay evening last Harmony  Lodge, No. (i, I.O.O.F., celebrated  its K7th anniversary in their lodge  rooms above the Opera House, and  also using the lower (loot' for dancing and refreshments. About one  bundled and fifty nicmbers vvcr.e pres-  eni, and thoroughly enjoyod the evening-  A 5-piece orchestra- composed of  Miss Tli(mias, Messrs. Robinson, McMillan, Morgan & Dalcin, gave some  very nice selections which were appreciated iby tbe hearers, as were also all of the other songs, instrumen-  1   Kouora,  Out.,   28.���������A  double  fatality     r.ec-.urrod at   Videen   & J'ar.son'.s  construction camp at Parry wood    at  about   11   o'clcck yesterday  morning.  A driller named Ben Carlson, toge-  llier wilh hi*.' assistant, Johnson,  were charging a hole when the dy-  iiamile .suddenly exploded, causing a  huge rock to fall on two muckeis  working on a cut -below, lulling Doth  instantly. Carlson and Jrhnson es-  caj.od with some .severe ' injuries to  the ilw-ail, the eyes* of the mifortiin-  I-I. 'Fulton. utes  sulYcring   the  worst  injury.   The  5. Selection'   Orchestra '(ie*w' aJI<1     injured  were brought     to  6. Vocal Solo   Mrs. Thompson   tow"  l,lis aflernoon.     The name--   of  7. -Piano Duet   Misses  I'rvden   tl:e "u>" kiIk'(i couW "ot ���������*������   l-'ariwl.  8. Address-History of the Rehekah ,l is ,lot lile|y that ������������ ������������������������������������l*'*s< will  Order Mis. Steele. "~ " ���������'*c Jicl<*" Carlson, tho man who w-.'-.s  !). Vocal    Solo   Mrs.    Trehern-e  charging the hole, slates  that he has  10. Instrumental Duet,    (violin    and.1"1  lo"������ e-vpe''ioncc in the use of dy  piano)   The Misses    Hunter  11. Vcc.il Solo     ���������  Miss  Ilovle  IUSMKII  LINE TH Bi  MARKED OFF  WliL TAKE  Washington,     April      28.���������A   tieaty  was ratified hy the     Senate     lodav,  TO THE NORTH  Vancouver,  day,  -Mav  2,  A pnl   28 -On   Wr.ln s-  Ibe s( earner Bertha,     of  EXCELSIOR CLUB  HOLDS BALL  ���������I. Address���������History of  I.O.O.F.,    by'  /.  12. Vccal Solo     Mr. .1. Bcimet  13. Selection         Orchis Ira  As stated above     tho    lower floor  was used for dancinig    ii  having been  tal duets,   etc.,  on    the  programme, ' previously     decorated   tastily     with  which  was as follows: j flags ami buntings, flowers, ferns, etc.  1. Address of Welcome,  I. Steele   and  until  one o'clock,  when  the   ga-  2. Selection         Oichestra   theriiig dispersed,  none present    had  3. Piano Solo ;  Ahs. .1.  Steele   found a dull moment.  ALASKA WILL     , BAND CONCERT  BE REPRESENTED  Washington,   April  28.���������The vconfer  cikc committee's report on the Alas  TONIGHT  The Band will ^ive their fourth op-  namiio,   and   never I .new it-1 o explode  in ('his manner before.  TORONTO   HANK   GRANITE.  Airily Wiiiniix'ggcrs are (,-naware  th.it a large quantity of the granite  re'-iiirnd for .buildings in 'Winnipeg, is  bring proem cd fiom Vancouver, British Columhia, says the Winnipeg  Free Press. It is asserted that British Columbia granite j is not surpassed by any rock in Canada for .building purposes. Several very largo  blocks of granite aie now being prepaid! in Vancouver to be used in  construction of tbe new Bank of  Toronto in Winnipeg hy Kelly Bros.,  Mitchell,  Limited,  the contractors.  Vancouver is said   to be   thc   only  which will result iu the settlement ���������-���������������������������-" Northern CommcrciuJ Comp.-iiiy,  of the large d on lit icgardirig the , which plies bHwctn Seattle and Vai-  botindary .between Alaska and this jll,v- lUI(l Reward, will call at this  Biitish possessions. This Ire-aty is M,,lrl r������l l,ie 'i'���������s,' "'��������������������������������������������������� Tl'i' Heftha  supplementary to the convention |WJ,] InJ'O iroin Vai.cbuver the m-a  which was ratified as the result of l,sirt>' o[ CanadiaE surveyors who  the London award three years ago, I ������������������'��������������������������� ^M u"' ���������summer in the vicin:-  and it whs lecentlv negotiate |)V , ty bcLvvecn Vakutat Bay and A life  Secrelarv Root and' Ambassador Du-' 1'i's's ioaaiuyi the international boun-  ralu*       " d.ny line between Canada and    \:.is-  The London awaul piovided for the hil T,,e lierll)'1 wil1 illsi0 <al^ <'���������  marking of that part, of thc iin lemur ,>,uu"1 hprc ihti ^'I'P'ics necessary b.r  Licnal ���������boundnrv which )vas iu dis-'<1;e liIll'l>' ������1������"������K the seasons -oik.  puts in southeastern } Alaska, but ! lUr- C'- A> JJl,JSa''. who has Au,r������c  madeno mow-ion foi placing visible 01 *lie work for lhu (J'll*''-<l'''n Mv-  mar.s    along     the'   J41st   meridian.   uimik-hI, luturiial this morning   from  ka delegate bill was made today and .*ir CO���������Cri t01light 0U'Vt'he Mar" ,),aCJ in Westcru Canad* wheie S������  vvas accepted both by lhc house and Jf &,,-*re' c0,mue"cinS nt 6 p. m. uilc of sii|ierior quality for building  the senate.  Nothing is lacking except -the president's signatiue to malcie the bill"a  Ihav and lo insure thc election of a  del'Tgnle-.tp represent Alaska in congress on' the second Tuesday of ne\t  August.  The bill, as finally passed today,  is sifhstantially the Cusbman hill,  and not  the Nelson bill.  HAS NOT BIXlUiV TO REBUILD  Palo Alto, Cal., April 28.���������No attempt is being made to begin the  work of repair and reconstruction  nec:"-.snry on the Stanford university I  buildings torn down by the eait'u- ���������  (fi.t1.:* Cheap workmanship and de-  h-cli e construction are attributed as  Ihe sole causes for Uie absolute over-  . The following programme will be purposes may lie secured and the sup-  played: , ' (jiiy is said to be illimitable. Gr-a-  i. 'March���������"Black Dyke," ' Robinson nite from St. Cloud, is subject to a  2. Over Lure���������" Star of the Sea," hcuvy duty.     ........'    Belger      Kelly BrLs.,  Mitcholl, Limited have  '3-..-.-WaItz���������"Siuiny'Sptiiin" Fitzgerald oslaib'lfshbd oh False Creek',- Vahcou-  '4. Selection���������"Wclsn   Melodies," Hare   H't', a laige stone cutting and dress-  5. Clog���������"Donah,"      Thomas,   ing  plant  in   connection   with     their  6. Valse���������"Idalia,"     Bennett  contract for the building of the Van-  7. Serenade���������"Hearts   and   Flowers,'''   coiner Postodice and it is there   the   -   Tob-ani .consignment of granite for Winnipeg,  8. M-ireh��������� "Empire,"       iRound !1S ���������'<'"��������������� piepared.  which is a part    of     the-     boundary j  which- was1 never,  at  least  in    recent  years, disputed   by  lhe !tvvo    go.ern-' j  nients. /  The (Supplementary trbaly ratifiid  today was Clwrefoic negsoli.ued in order that no |>art of^'tlie iL-cnuwIary  should be left unmarked by iiionu-  nients. The progress of these nego  tiations vvas refenivl loin these div-  patcbeis on l-'obruaty  12.  The marking of the Mist meridian  has become a matter ot urgent necessity on account- of lbc copper ,de  ve-lopnient������ in the Whit.- Riv.er legion and the doinJ-jts already e^peiien-  ced by prospectors a-s to whether  t-liey weie on the Canadian slide or  the   American   side  of  the   boundary.  TJw* line which it is propos-.d to  describei by v.isiWe marks extends over a distance of from COO to 700  miles from ML St. Rltasilo the Antic ocean.  Seattle,- where he has been .caking  aiiaii'gemrnts with the owners of the  Berlhji lo  call  at Vancouver.  The Caiiitdiaii Government will send)  three survey paities north this suni-  mer. In addition to Lhe one mentioned, two otheis will be sent up  the Takii river by way of Juneau,  Alaska. These will leave heie'about  iin'  middle  of May.  Closing Ball Given  Under Auspices of  Excelsior Club Proves Very Enjoyable Affair for Those Attendin g  Over FortyvFive Couple Present and  Dancing Continued Lfntil Early  in Morning  Last evening the Excelsior Dancing Miss I. McMillan, Miss Maggie ���������'dc-  Cltiib held their closing cntcrtaiiHiient 'Kenzte, Miss .Mary McKcnzie, Miss  For the season, in the shape of lV Maud McMillan, Miss May McMillan,  ball. While there vvas a good crowd Miss Iiclia Barclay, Miss L. Ingham"  piesent, the floor was not too crowd- '  ed   for  comfortable  dancing,  and  every couple present ������enjoycd themselves  Miss Bertha  Clay, Miss Ethel Clay,  Miss  B.   Forcimmer, ,Miss Hamilton,  DENTAL  HOARD IS  TAKING   LIP  FIGHT  CORRESPONDENCE  U'g-  The work of rebuilding.the town of  Palo. Alto is .already well tinder way.  Many university students' are -strand,  ed without- the wherewithal to get  home. 'the''. university;;has no ready  money, and cannot therefore advvorico  it for the present, -but. the railroad,  company is very 1 ibcrally attempting  to relieve the ��������� situation; . -Despite:  their own[.bard  odnditicii,   the     stu-  Miss Smith, of Chenuinus, left La- According to the Vancouver Pr>-  dysinith a,t neon toi^iy for -Nagiajtmo, 'illcc' ,!lc' re'*e1' fund for San Fran-  where shc will spend Sunday. ' ,(*js(,������ had icacliod. on  Thursday no0n.  in Vancouver, the figures of $25,228.-  70, and since then enough has li'-on  ���������;iil������crilei to bring the %11r.es well  over the Unity thousand mark.  AN   ADDRESS   -   ,  A   (JOMMENT.  (   The "Eagle," which is just to hgm-.l  throw  of  Ihe  larger  university build-   has    the    following to say regarding  tlie invitations-recently, ss-tied  by the  local Aerie of Eagles:  "The following, printed on yellow  straw paper and bearing the great  seal of the Ladysmith Aerie, No.  68C, impressed upon a gold wafer was  found iii the letter box of 'The Ea- '  gle." Ye Editor has been prostrated, with fearticver since. Brave hearts  may read:"  AND PRESENTATION  ,���������-.   .        ,   ,  . TIie������  follows a copy of the"i-nv.ita-  dents^are helping greatly   toward the. tion;   which   has  already  appeared   in  San1 Francisco relief work. ..'...-;these, columns.    ',      -..'"   -...'.  liVELYTIME  IN RICHMOND  herd : nnd  being east  ed   to od'u-e,   duties  ���������J',    fl.      Pi-iee,       Ballots  S.  Shepherd vvos   appoint  o eo'inmeiieo on  ���������May   .1 at ������7o .per month.  Councillor Tilton thoucflit it was  necessary to have increased bond  from Mr. Shepherd, as he had no  property qualifications in the municipality, nnd   was a strang-er.  Councillor Atkinson staled that  this was the last timu* that, lleevo  'I'llLtlo would "have an opportunity' t'o  discharge nn honest clerk, vvho bad  scrvcfl so many years without any  cbaryo of irreg-ularity, and thai, j  the pc:r.seention against Air. Dixon  was from a cliiiue in the Alethodi.-it  church, -because Alt*. I.iixon refused  to be a [lart.y to defraud I be rat-.j-  10 j payers. l  Oouneillor    Cordon   said   In:   would  ���������������������������Tho 'c*\t;iroiii(.-nt -caused'al .Richmond by tbe disagreement between  .ihu 'Reeve, and lhe Council's clerk,  has terminated in. the dismissal of  the latter oilicial. A Richmond report says:  The adjourned meeting" of U'k.Iv  inond ��������� .District. Council was hold  on April Ul, The Reeve and. Coua  eillors Williamson, liordon, Atkinson, Tilton and 'l'wig-g- being" . pi-i*-  sent.  After tho minutes of tho     previous  meeting   had  been read and   conliriu-  ed   and   communications   passed,  .Reeve  .stated     that, an  arrang-oment  had been made to have the Reeves ' not give Air. ��������� Dixon a iwoumumd.t  and one* councillor from th.) muni- | tion. Mr..-Dixon stated he hardly  cipalities of Richmond, Burnaby and needed one, lia\'*ing- "servecl ten yours,  meet* lion. Carter and had been dismissed because he  would not pass.-fn 1st: vouchers, and  vvoiil-d, not go to soinetliing  that  vvas  pulled  out   of a   dilch       in  I  South Vancouver  Cotton   in   reference''������������������to   the      water  ���������supply  from    Seymour ei-ouk.      Conn-   lit  cillor   Twigg      was   elected   lo   rcpre- '  sent  this   council.  The  assessor  submitted   the  assessment   roll,  and   stated  that  he     had  not quite completed   tht!   roll;  having  been roqiiired    to   do clerical       work'  which  occupied  bis    lime-. J  The  Reeve   reported   that  ho      bad  called .for applications    for    oflice of  clerk,   assessor  and    collector,  siiKim'ttc-d tho   applications     received  The applications  vyeri*   from   Ihe pre  sent    Clerk,     A.    W.    Alton,     A.    .7  Carleton,       W.     Van     Blarican,     J  Smith,    E.    W.   Talcot,    S.        Shep-  Steves-ton,   feu-  front   of    Chinatown  a  rocomirnendat ion.  Councillor' Oord-m explained how  he hapiK'tied to take tho ditch iu-  Mcnd of   the siclowhll*:.  'I'ht? clerk stated ho  would   not    al  low     thi? municipal  books to  of  his   possession   without  go  out  being   au-  aiid   ditod, and   that t'hoy  were  road.v   for  audit  at any   time:  This Mornimig's Herald says:  Last evening members of Miriam  Lodge, assembled -in the Oddfellows  Hall for the purpose of 'giving" a  farewell social to Airs. \V. A. Crc.--.  san, r.N.G.. who leaves shortly for  ��������� Vancouver where she will in future  reside. The evenin-g- was spent. ���������/..���������ry  pleasantly,, with music, njte., roi'resli-  ments being, served. During tho  course ��������� of (he evening" Airs. Cross.m  was made the recipient of ,0. pres--*i-.r  in the shape of a handsome purse  and the following address:  Mrs.   \V.   A.   Crossnti,  Dear "Sister.���������We your sisters a at!  fellow members of Aliriam Rebckai-  Lodge have'heard with extreme regret of your impending' ilepartur-;*  from Nanaimo for Vancouver and wu  cannot let yoii leave our midst with  out gathering" together to bid .vvu  farewell and to offer you expross-  ions of the estt.'eiH in which y v.  are hold by us nnd to thank you  for so adequately discharging :he  work of the. lodge with which jtrn  have boon entrust ed ia tht! past years  Whenever business of the lodge was  to be transacted, whatever your official capacity, you were always to  be found at your post conscientiously fulfilling" your duties. Your departure- i.s viewed wilh deep reg-ret  by us all and we cannot let the  occasion pass without offering for  your acceptance, a.s a lo.ken of our  appreciation of your efforts in the  past and of the love and friend-  .-diip we shall always entertain for  you this' small present assuring- yo 1  of our heartfelt wish that you nin.v  long bo spared to use tho same and  that in your future lifo circumstances will enable you to carry of tho  good work for the society with the  same admirnblo z������il you have exhibited  in   the   [last.  "Prisoner,     the     ,i ry has just dc-  Ladvsmith,   April 27,   l'JOfi.  Editor. Ledger,���������!"not1c:j in youi s-  sue of this date 1h.it "Mayor Nicholson had an interview wilh Mr. Dunsmuir, at which Air. Dunsnuiir kindly  consented to allow tbe city to cioss  his properly south of the city, thus  solving thc problem of "getting rid of  the refuse of tho cily. Now, Mr.  Editor, since the sale of the E. &.  X. Railway, we have alieady learned to appreciate thc many kindnesses  and tavors shown this city by the  former management, favors that we  shall probably look for in vain 111  years to come.  But, Sir, I notice, further along in  your article, the momentous tjuestion  of the crossing was discussed, and a:f  I  am   deeply   interested   in  this 'Q^ies-  A Vancouver despatch says: N't.  iiiort- atlvi-rtising- for dentists i.s the  dictum of the British' Columbia  Board  of Dental   Examiners. Tlio  tvord has gone forth that hereafter  no mt'iiibcr of the dental profession  for the alleviation 0rr human sull'ei-  ing���������alter th-_* subject has left the  chair���������shall cry his proficiency in the  press, on electric signs, or on tin*  windows of his ofbee. Dr. Verrindcn  .secretary of the board has sent ou".  notices to aU dentists in thc pro-  \ mce, ordering them to desist from  campaigns of publicity on pain of  having their licenses Cancelled forthwith. <----.  Dr. A. R. linker of thc Boston  Dentists, Limited, is uu advertisci  in many fashions, and being a lkcn-  M-il practicioner he reieiveil a notice  telling of iho tilings which will  happen to hon unless he immediate  ly  contracts  a   retiring"  disposition.  "What do 1 intend tt) do?" vvas  the 'counter query ol Dr. Baker 10-  day, vv'heu aiM'd concerning tlie order of tin- dental board. "Well I  cu. not for a moment imagine that  I ho; bylaws 01 the board override the  Joint Stock Companies Act and as  you stv ft cm the sign on my window 1 am operating, under a joint  ,'!sto/ek company,   and   the act  require?  accordingly.     Considerable pains had ,-AJis"s Ramsay, Miss Colurn, Miss RCy  Holds, Miss   A.  AfcemJiead,   Miss   M.  AkenJiead,  Miss- E.   Ak-enhead,     Aliss  Cfillespie, Aliss Annie McKinnon, Miss  Maggie McKinnon,   Miss  Scott, Miss  Smith,     Miss L. Morgan,     Aliss   S.  Morgan,  Miss  Hamilton,    (Mt,' Sicker.)     Messrs.  R. Bryden, K. McKcnzie, Dr.Truax,     Dr.  Frost,     J.   A.  Blair, RoU.  Scott, M.' Celli,    Thos.  McMfillan,  Chas. McMillan,  J.   Mnir,  R.  Greeveij,   Jesse Evaas,  J.   Bellis,  J.  Masters,   Lenord   Ingham,     Thos.  Lewis, F.  Ingham, Geo. Gillespie, T.  WasKett,  J.   Gillespie,      A.  C.   Walters, W. E. Akcnhead, W.* Ellis,    II.  Hawes, D. Kerr,     Geo. Ashton,    R.  Simpson,    Jas.  Wicks, "H,  Manuel,  J as. Huehes, A. Miehie.  l.een taken by the committer in  charge, and they were rewarded for  their efforts by having the satisfaction ot knowing that they had given  one of the most pleasant and satisfactory dances of the season. Dancing vvas kept up until (hree o'clock  this morning, an appetizing limch fining seivcd at midnight fjy Mrs. Mc-  Kinley, of High- Street. RoUinson's  orchestra furnished  excellent music.  Those present were: Air. and Mrs.  G. Pickaid, Mr. and Airs B. For-  cinuner, Mr. and Mrs. F. Bland, Air.  and Mrsv Robt. McMillan, Dr. and  Airs. Dier. Mrs. A. McKcii/.ie, Airs.  Win. K. Thompson, Mrs. Mason (Van  couvei'), Mis.   Miirray. Mrs. Waddall.  SHORTAGE  OF VEGETABLES  me   to .aclvcrtise that fact.  tion,     I venture    a prediction,   viz.", 1  immediately a road is slashed out to I '"y������" sw ,v������. t-h-s >���������.v." continued  the hcach south of the town for the  use of t-hc .scavenger, about that  time the present road to the wharf  will Ic blocked, and the people will  ���������be I'ti'iiested to' use the new road to  the beach, Ioa-ving the present wharf,  a White elephant, on the hands o-f the  citizens. 1 am sorry to sse that a portion of the city government is advocating tlic removal of the present  wharf, or the building of  somewhere- near the transfer wharf.  I heliovc that politics is %eing allowed to creep into this matter a little, and this -should not be. The  present wharf is exactly where it  should he, and can < he reached .quickly from any part of the town. In  my opinion, such things as the Joan, dor .t-he act ci eat ing the board it  refttsiiiib     to      fie  up  at   the     public   was  allowed    to   make  by-laws   from  j Dr. Baker, as he looked out. of the  (window of the automobile in which  lie was to lead the Elks minstrel'  parade at. noon. "Back ia 1S91 Dr.  T, .1. Jones aiul 1 concluded that  an .org-anization for the protection of  the public and the dental profession  was -necessary.. WV were in Victoria  in those days, _ and had a bill passed-through th**,legislature by Ah-,  mother '..Ilolmcken authorizing the appointment of tt dental board of examiners. ."Dr. .I ones and I wore named  as membrrs of t he first,; board ami  on the request of Oovornor McTnnes  we submitted to him the names of  three other dentists, who were appointed     to  lhe boai*d   by him.      Un-  vvliarf, the hot-air that was wasted  in discussing the subway, aiso the  mention in your last, issue of vvlu're ' -n t.ho.s  the wharf ought to be, etc., arc just  red herrings that are 'being drawn  across the train, to mould public opinion to the contemplated change.  But, Sir, there are qf.iite a nuin.bet  in Ladysmith that arc being benelil-  ed by the wharf as it is now. And  ���������no doubt thev  will  be beard  from    if  time 1.0 time - for the better carrying out of its work, but nothing  by laws was to in. any  way interfere with the spirit of the  act.  "I subsequently left Brutish Columbia, and when 1 came back to  earth as it were.I. started iu business in Vancouver and I began advertising. I b'eg'an to get the business,    aiul   I   was  ordered     to      stop.  the Municipal  and   Provincial author- ' , mn sU|( advertising.  dies permit- thc present road   lo     he,    ..Xt.vovtVmiS   lo. tho   ol.de,.H   ot   llu.  blocked    until another one   just     as   ,joul.a   v  ,)mst not  havu an    oloctni,  good  is opened.     We waited patient- ^.^.   .,. mx^ not adver,ise undei.  ly for weeks for the Hon.  Mr. Green .  to Tome and     put  things   right,    and '  when     he arrived    he fintihited   that  famous general  who  inarched  his   111, :  00(1 men up  the hill and  then march- ;  ed  thorn     'down  again.     In fact,    he  The 'Reeve  was  instructed  j ehired you guiltv."  o   not-     "Oh, that's all, right, judge; you're  ify   the auditor to  make an     audit., too inteiliirent a man,  I think, to be  and     to hand     the   books  over     to,1 influenced   i,v what tliey say."-������Har-  Mr.    Shepherd   on May   1.  r  Jper's Weekly*  ���������did nothing that we could bear or,  except had luncheon here. And it is  safe, to say that if someone as-lwd  Mr. Green suddenly where Ladysmith  was, la- would be at a toss for an  answer.  In conclusion, let. ine suggest thai.  if the council will take this matter  up with one-Jialf the vim they are  putting into the electric lijjjlit- "c|i.ies-  tion there will l>e something done  for the matter.     Yours for  LADYSMITH.  a  corporate name; T must not have, a  corporate -name printed on my win  dow���������Instead I must see my own  nnnie in very small letters. I am  told that I must not advertise in the  newspapers and that the press  must not   take my advertising."  "And what���������what will you do doctor?"  was asked.  "Do? Why I received the notice  from the dental board yesterday ami  I have taken a whole page in the  paper for Saturday."  By ibis time "fri ��������� Baker was step  ping into his automobile, and a second later was hidden by a cloud  of  dust as  he streaked   np    Hastings  Tiro   Times :>.i>s", -V dearth of early  vegvtabU't.     and  11 ml,    such  as   Victoria  lias been 'in tne habu of      obtaining    al   this   liino    oi   lhc       ;>t*ar  lrom California, it> threatened in this  city   ut,   wol'l   as   evory    city     on    thu  Sound  dependent   un   the      southern  supply.     This    is a result of the    de-  vastution wrought by earthquake ami  tire m  San Fiancisco.     Even   if    the  merchants     m    ihe      Day   Citj   woro  now   a Me   lo till orders,  lho.v   are nol.  in   a      position    lo  j-Iup  the      goods  1101IU   us   the   rog-ulur   sloamship   sor-  mci!  hub   be.*n   vviihdiavwi  until    business     bus been put     upon a   proper  bails,    and   lo    'brmg"    mm   or  vegu'  laijles     north   by  rail   would   bo next  to    an   impubbdjilii,},    11 or  the  prices  would  have .reach  a figure    by       the  time  the  goods  were  landed   here"   as  to leave them almost prohibitive.  Changes,    however,    -may  tie  mentioned  as an exception.     They are     usually  handled     ia  carload  lots  and    come  overland.    Furthermore,     the:. supply  on hand  is  said  , to   be       sullicient  to     tide     over  the     present    situation.     With regard   to    cabbages,  can  iiflowers,     green  peas,      and      other  such vegetables,   it   may- be     a     cou  pie    of    weeks   or even  longer        bo-  foiv  the    stock     in trade   can be re  planished   from California.  F. Somey, local manager of F.  IL Stewart & Company vvhoic  sale dealers in fresh fruits and vegetables, said this morning I'hal. he  did not expect that there would  be a general shortage possible  for the next month. lie thought cv  en Seattle would suffer, because that  city draws Inrgvly or- California 101  her supplies. As for Victoria depending" oji ihe Seat lie 'market, that  ���������he ragarded as almost beyond consideration.' When ihe duty would  bo added lo the cost price, in audition    to lhe  transportation charges  CUMBERLAND  (I'Voin the .News)  A sailing match ���������jetwceii R. Fro.;-  burn"s, "Thistle," J.."' AValkor's "De-  I'ouder," and II, Aitkeu'ii "Columbia" took iriac-V on the" lake Sunday,  the course being1 triangular from the  boivl houses 10 around a snug  near the outlets thence up the  Lake to ihi Blufls, thence back u>  the .starling- point, 0 miles 111 all,  Uie Columbia won easily, but an  lhis is only considered a trial race  a hoi time is promised later, when  tae boats will bo 1 igged up lor all  thai is in them. The wind was  very lig-ht and baffling and tho day  was rainy, otherwise many (more  would 'ha\o witnessed the race, liis  Worship the Mayor and t-he Council  of -\'ob 1J ill kindly granted tho use  of the Cily pavilion on tin* Hill for  the accomodation  of spectators.  The Ladies Aid 01 Grace Church's  bazaar and concert hold Tuesday and  evening" was largely ipatroni^.ed and  a most enjoyable tune was spent by  all attending. The children's play  was very cleverly put on and inucii  admired. Mr. AtcN'aughi. and others  contributed to the programme. Miss  Haggart of Union wharf, a new, performer in .Cumberland, was heard  the first time in two piano,-; forte  selections:  Mr. Anton Toman, Who went to  Vancouver hospital: somo time ago  for treatment of the eyes, is improv  ing. Mr. Toman, some, years ago,  had one eye injured by a powder  flash and early this year, the other  was struck with a rock particle, so  severly that he was quite blind for  a   time.  FOUND  SKELETON  AT HOWE SOUND  Vancouver,    April    24��������� Tho leg lion  es   and   skull of  a  human   being were  found     last' week      on  the shores ul  the     Oulf of  Georgia,     about    three  local   quotations 011  Seattle   prodtu e "miles   from   Gibson's     Landing,      ou  (Continued on Page Four.)  would pince it almost. beyond  reach  of tlie ordinary consumer.  Air. Wilson, of Wilson Bros., when  asked as to how 'Frisco's nii.s-  I'urtnnes would elVecl. the wholesale  grocery business, said that the  principal and about ihe only way  in which they would feel the trouble would; he in the dried fruit line.  They had word from ltosenbnrg and  Company, a large packing firm in  San Francisco, that tho lattei  would be ready for business in a  few days. But in the dried fruit  line Air. Wilson explained most of  the supplies are kept in stock in  places around the country side, so  that from these sources the company can draw  at   any time.  Tho Pacific. Coast Steamship. Com  puny have withdrawn their San  Francisco steamer service indefinitely, and the local agents have, been  advised not to accept fi-oight or sell  any more tickets until further instructions have been   given.  Howe Sound, according- to advices  received by the provincial police  this morning from Air. G. \Y. Gib  son of the Landing. The bones  woro bare and clean, and gave  every evidence of having*" been on  the beach for a long time. They  may be those of some drowned person whoso body vvas cast up ou  the shore. Mr. Gibson declares  that no person has been missing-  from the vicinity of thc Landing  for the past two years, so ther*  i.s no possibility of tho. bones hav  ing -belonged to any person known  in that   vicinity.  On Tuesday Air. Gibson sent a,  man out who collected the bones  and placed them in a small box.  They are being hold at the order  of the police and will bo buried after  an investigation. Nothing was  found near the* bonus to afford the  slightest indication as to the identity of the person to whom  they belonged. DAILY     LE.W5H  IHE DAILY LEDGER  J-ahlistied   every  day except Saaday.  BIT       THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  SATURDAY  April  28,   1906.  TRAP LEASE  TROUBLE IS  NOW SETTLED  Vancouver, April 27.���������At a fOn-  ferenec in Victoria ycMcidn.s between the Exoc-utivc-, of the l'ro\in  ciu.1 government and thu Bntii-'n  Columbia sulnum irupinen a suUh'-  mciit su.lisl'ucloi-> to all concerned  was arrived ,xl iu respect to the  - dUIiculUeb which baa ai-i.sen t lnoujrli  the overlapping oi Ihe lines oi lore-  bhorc trap leu.su*;.. Ainiouneeiuent to  this eli'ect fins made loday by Air. It  J. Ker and "Mr. \V. It. JiaiKer, yon-  oral manager of tiie i'ackeis Assoc ai-  tion,  who attended tho coiiieri-eni-e.  ���������'The g-ovcriiineui, has called in all  the foreshore leases,'" said Air. JC.n-  today,' '���������and before they are reissued t'hey will be altered in conformity  'with the conclusions reached at .yesterday's meeting. Jn the past the  Jines i of foreshore leases were run  iu such a way that no provision  was made for tlic sinuosities of,  the coast, line wilh thc result that, in  v many cases the Tines overlapped ami  ' there aroso as a consequence a fji'cnl.  many dispute'; between the Irapnu-a.  . "yesterday, alter t'he whole ipie-i-  tion had been llioruiiglily threshed  out, it was decided thai the inosi sat  isfactoi-.y method would be to have  all Lhe lines run noil h and south as  in the case of leasts under i he T. arid  'Act. No matter h.uv sinuous^ Iho  coast line mig-hl be all lines will  hereafter run norlh and south, and  I believe thai (his was the best ar-  l-artgc-ment which could have been  made.     Tho (e-ises wi  PAINTING   AND   FAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done    Orders  Promptly   Executed  SjROEPDING        LADYSMITH  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  SEE  A    KEMP.   OR  LEAVE    ORD EliS   WITH  .- W; CARTER,^  FIRST  AVI-.NHE PHONE      6-0  LADYSMITH  CE  WATER WORKS  the office     on^Rnbi-rts   Street  tu,  and  the 23Mi of each in nth.  Consumers are  requested to call at  pay Water     Rotes, between Lhe  IOth  Office tors IP. tf. 4.30  T. I BLAND  .SUPERINTENDENT  LAC  PIANOS.  *,' *-t*"V���������*��������������������������������� I.-f"*!"-."-' T"f+*r"t-t'-fr ���������M'"*>-*+*"t--'*>*-f>-*+-r-*-^>***-*������-*������*--"  ������*;  ITH TRANSFER STABLE  fS  /ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     KORNITURF  ED PROMPTLY A   ND  SAFELY.  MOV-  fitallies in the rear of thc Lad  ysj.iith hotel.  Abbot:;    ford.  Leave orders at   thr  A. J. WASKET, PROP  lr4444. + + +++4.+ 4-+4-4.-l ������++*-f-f*f f4 <-���������������������������-���������-��������������������������� ������������������f*4 ���������������������������������������������-���������-������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������ *������������������  10. ��������� Foster  .,.'/���������:������������������������������������  ; Ooloni/.a.  schemes by the manipulation of '���������"  government, of which (!���������  was a prominent member  tion Companies wore, allowed boim.,  cs amounting; to -SI ,OU(������ pi-r sol tlei  in ijnyiiio-nt of land uhiih was  now being" sold at largo ligiiiv*..  Ife also gave . -details of a Inn.!  ileal in which certain Oonber\at imj  members were interested, llr. Poster got in on the deal, and through his manipulation tuo oi the  be reisMicd on 's.\ndicates  were  frozen    out and   had  X  Any  this  condi'ion      There   will   hercarii-r j i.Q  o0   to     law  to  get  their rights.  nol". be any possibility of a trapown-  or boinj; shut mil by his neighbor^  huilrlinn in sm-h a way  him."  IJe urged  tiie   gmernment   not.-lo  discontinue   iinmigrnxion   eli'orts      a.;  .i.s    to  .blind .ijie    enormous  ". amount ..of -"railway  .; I work   in   the   west   would,  require.,   a  i  DEFENDS LOADING  COMPANY  CONTRACT  Ottawa, April 23.���������Duncan Hos.;  made, an excellent speor-h yesterdn.-'  during- the debate on the Xorth Atlantic Trading Company contract.  Ho showed that tlie. contract paid  tho country well and that, the full  value was received for every dollar paid.  The member for Vale-Cariboo a.so  show-ed'up   further   land   speculating  I was cured of Acute Bronchitis i-\  MINARD'S LTNIMENT.  J. M.  CAMPBELL.  B.ty ol Islands  I was cured ol Facial Neuralgia by  MINARD'S  LINIMENT.  WM.   DANIELS.  Springhill, N.S.  I was cured of Chronic Rlieuni.ti'tisml  ),v MINARD'S LINIMENT.  GEO. T1NGLEV.  Albert Co., N.B.  large      number of  men,    ancl  it   wu:-.  iniporinnt     that  tho class who  build  railways     should   be   Ihoso   who   set  tie   on  the   land and niaKo a jn'rindn-  ent rosicienco     of the   country.  I RECEIVES  CALMLY THE  DECISION OF OPERATORS  Scran ton, April 27���������John. "Mitchell  oi" the United Aline- Workers who is  visiting" in Scran ton today was  shown the Associated fres-j bulletin  announcing" that Uie operators had  rejected the proposition. lie read  it over carefully and without the  s-lighest indication ot surprise oi  dnsapiJoiatmeni,     saying: "J   wiil  havc nothing'   lo sa.\   till   i- have t.eun  oilicial  answer."  NB&������g������2B^&  Kind  of  Job  Printing  <-     i-  Done Promptly and  WELL  rRi"-i'in ir; j  Ft'ltXI-ill   KOUMS  ABB0TSF  A. J. McMURTRiE, Proprietor  las  liA.lt  w i .":���������: i  W -V .f\ '  11 -j i i  i .1,,-ri.n-  r- ii ;..". 'i  it  V*  *J  t filrt 5 A'  !'.  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Cr-oil tables and good  Rooms  PORTLAND HOTEL  DAVID  I1VNDS,  Prop.  Board at reasouable  Rates   ���������  The bar is extra   well  Stocked  This  Hotel  has  lieen  completely       renovated.  Hoard and lodging $1.00 per day.  HOTEL-    PRETORIH  JOHNTPA, Proprietor  Har ^Supplied  with  the  Best   Wines, .'st Avenue .-:  :-: '���������-' Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Hallway  Time  Table No. 57  TruiLa   /eave   ������*������ysmith  for  Victoria and  all   intermediate  stations    al  U.Hi a.m.  daily,  and at 5:00 p.m.  on   Wednesdays,   Satiiulns,    and     Sundays.  Trains   leaVe   ���������".adysmit-h  for Wellington  and   all   intermediate stations  at   11:57  a.m.  daily,  and   at ?:00  p. in-   on    Wednesdays,  Saturdays   and  Sundays.  Excursion Tickets ��������� ������������������u^g>*-  j  1 . ON, SALE TO  AND   FROM ALL STATIONS  good, for  going  Journey  Saturday*"   "nd Sundays,  return.iig not later than  the following  Itfoaday. ��������� '  ������������������-���������Steamer Joan  ysinith i^or  VtUico  returning: sails from  Vancouver     lor  Sails from. Laiysinith uor  Vilico" urer every Saturday at fi.OO a.m. and  Ladysmith ai 2.30 p.m.  0,1^. Courtney,  District Pefiseiigcr Aj������eHt  Best accommodation for transient  and permanent boarders and lodgers.  OR AND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  aMy furnished and the bar Is up-to-  <\**f Hates $1.00 a day and mp-  w-^rds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK���������  and  ���������WJIITE   Ti A BOtt���������-  Employed Only  HOTEL   DOMINION  ' ��������� Kate. .-H.jJiV^niifl.r.O���������  Frfiii bu ��������� i.o  all ctfAinht ,it   huidiniftt h:hI  rail\.7HV depots. Elc.-'lr-c ca>ri Mvory tl e  nriiniitep. loal! parts, ol the city. Bar  and tabic nncycellfd.  F. BAYNK8, Profiricior,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER  B, C.  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  ii  UlBMk  V  Leads Them  TN QUALITY  -:o:  R. P. RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Under Maiiajfrncnt  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  Jas. R.McKinnel  ��������� Proprietor.  t'oiinuercial Mens'  head.i������nvters.  Modern and     Strictly  First Cl&is.  Fire Proof    Buildiag.  Pacific Coast  VICTORIA.   ���������: :���������:  Agency. '  _.    _���������  wB.C-5.  WANTED���������P.y Chicago wholesale  house, special representative (man or  woman) for each province in Canada.  Salary $20 00 and expenses paid  weekly. Expense money advanced.  Business successful; .position permanent. No investment required. Previous experience not essential to en-  Riiging.  Address Manager,  132  Lake Street,  Chicago,   111.,  U.S.A.  .-f r*;;;*������aJi������t>w.!;  2  2  Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Boston,  issue for free distribution a-niimbci'  of leaflets upon line ed tions. These  arc of interest to all .bo-o-kisb. people  Their recently pwblishod general catalogue is' something out of the oi-  dinary. It is not only a fine piece  of hookmaking. but- at great vulue  to. all librarians.  RHEUMATISM MAKES LII E  MISERABLE.  A happy home is  the jnost valuable session  that is  within   the reach  of mgnkind,   but you   cannot   enjoy  its comforts if you  are suCcrinig, from  rheumatism..     You  throw aside busi..'  ness cares when you  enter your home  and you can  be .relieved from  .those  rheumatism    panis  also   by  applying  Chamiberlain's Pain Balm.     One   application  will give  you  relief and  its  continual  use for a short  time   will  bring about a  permanent cure.     For  sale by Ladysmitli Pharmacy.  At  the  EDGER  Office  1st Avenue  THeCITY MARK6T  R. Williamson Prop  ist Avenue Lactysrnith B. C.  i  Ticket and  Freight Office,  75  Government Street.  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  The, New Train"  ORIENTAL LIMITED  % The Train.o(  Ease,   Elegance,  Excellence.  Every  mile  a- picture,   and  no smoke to spoil thc   view.  Through  Compartment,   Observation  and Pullman, .Sleepers;,    also    Through    Tourist;  Cars to Chicago. '  At antic Steamship Buainesa to Europe  ia our Specialty  Union'   Terminals* with   all-  Steamer lines.  illerth  reservations by  wirel  Great Northern S.S. Co.  FOR  JAPAN 'AND  CHINA.  S. S. Minnesota    will- sail'  from Seattle,   April  29th.  % For  rates, ��������� folders  and   full  information,   call  on  or     address, '  S. O.  YEKKES,  A.G.P.A., Seattle, Wash.  K. R. STEPHEN,  Gen.  Agent,_. Victoria,. B.C.  STOVES! STOVES!  we arc making Ii EATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Pat-.erns--Wedo  A! | kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53  P. O. Box 42.  ^ M������>>dO^OO^<>^0<^00^^<MOOOO<y  WM.  MUNSIE,  President    J.  W.  CiOnUKN,  Managing' Director.  Telcphaiic 4-0. *T*     U  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd,  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH-1  *A������  ���������W*"*  SHiiiglos ei Spocli-igiltyj  U  A   Great   Boot  or. Prospectors  They  are   all    leather,  . matle '.tri/stantl  strciniojis  age ii/ mine' or forest.  i *" _  L117. /VIen's Tan Chip  'pewai'n. Veal Kip Pros-  pectors'  Boots  ���������Ten-inch blucher cut, with  with full .yellows tongue to  the tip; have idouble silver eyelets and stud hooks; double  sole and slip;" standard screw  fastened; slugged uroimd the  forepart and heel. A comfortable as well as a durable  boot.  Ask for tliem at your Dealers  VANCOUVER, BC.  ^jmam������ffl������^g^gmB5B5������Fsaegmsg!B  i\I A IN UK ACTl ��������� K ERS  OF   Kouglijain. DresscMTFir and CJ(M.ai' Ijiinibors  LATHS,   RllINCLES,   IMOULDINCS,       ETC.,     of    tlm   BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.      A is'I)    DRIED     FLOORINGS      A NM)  ,,     I-MNIKIUNCS   LI MllKIt IN'  STOCK  KX  MJ. HENRYS  NURI1CS ' GREEN  HOUSE* AND SEED  HOUSES  ���������110   VeitminVter Road,  V\U\COUVEft.  Headquarters. (or���������  PACIFIC QROWN 0������r4l������n. Held  ���������nd flower 5BED3'  lot distribution' ;  Large stock, of Home  GrowiTFRUIT and ORNAMENTAL TREES  now matured tor Spring.  No expense, loss or delay 0* luriugation or inspection1  Let me price your list  hefore  placing your   order. Greennouse Plants, .  Floral Packages. -Fertilizers, etc.  3010  ffeatmiuster Road.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  XX  If you  aP2 contemplating     ''  PAPFRING  YOUR ROOMS  -Call at~  J. B, Smith's Shop  On Rolwrts .'.Stree, and soe all  thft  I.4.4..t4..1,,l,4.^^.t4.4..fh^4..V^^.*r^..l..l..j..ll..^l..j,,',^.i,.}^,^.{..^  THE TYEE COPPER. CO., Ltd.      I  ���������T    ^  ���������f  +  I PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF .COPPER," QOLO AND  SILVER ORES.  Sn-ielfcitig  Works at  LADYSMITH," B.C.  %  *  ���������+  %  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, 8. 0.  *.|44,4|4^^..|.^444j.4.^4.l4^^4^.^..J..;..(..:.^.V.^.,  CLERMONT. LIVINGSTON.  General Manager.  .-. j.4..^cf..|.^^..X..*{.^^^.^^*>-T"I*f*t-'t*^'f*'I*'f*f-l'  "ml  '&  Resturant and lodging Rooms  HAS   BEEN   REMOVED TO-  ���������*First   Avenue=  Latest Designs in  WALLPAPERS  We    make a Specialty of the paper-   ing Business.   SHAVES 'j B4THS  Having tak������a nver: the\barber shop  known    as     the Ladysmith  Shaving  Parlors, High St;, I   intend, liy'kepp  ing competent  workmen, to conduct  a'first-class estaWlGlrmemt,  and      respectfully solicit your ipattonage..  ; THOWAS LtWiS  i  i  TICKET OFFICE  Cor, Government and Yates Sis.  VICTORIA, b   c.  |l Trains daily to St. Paul,  /       Minneapolis,  Duliitli   and  L      East.  2 Trains , daily     to D  Omaha, Kansas Ci  Louis     an<t    l-'ast  Southeast.  Denver,  (y, St,  and  Atlantic iiteainsliip Tickets on  sale to ami froia all Kurojtean  Poiuts  This is the ONLY  line       to  YEl.LOWSTONK  PAKK.  Tourist sleepers da all Uains  For particulars call  on     or  write E. E. Hlaclcwood, General Agent,  Victoria,   II.C.  A.    D.  Charlton,   A.G.P.A.,  N.P.,   I'ovthuid.Oie.  "fflWWBBi'fll  Are You  Going East  The* bt ture your tickets reao*  th*  ������U,  ���������OBTH WESTER!  The only line now making "UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains, from the Pacific  Coast. '���������  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, TP  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE- LOWEET  RATES,  THE  FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNI.APOLIS,   ST.  PAUL,   CIU-  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CI'l i  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete  information  ask y-  local agent or write,  .    F. W. PARKER  Gent*.r*il   j������ |t*������  7-20 2u4 Ave., Seattle.  ,D.;a era tn . ...  Pianos and  Organs/..  Ladysii.ith, B.C  LITERARY  NOTES.  Rielianl Garnet, the I.Oiijgtisli author  died April i'A of. internal lieinun-luyjt'.-*  lie was 71 years old.  According' to ' thu. April Bootaittii,  "The Wheel of life" is Uk- .hesl, selling book in the  United States.  '���������'Days With Walt Whitman," by  EKlwiard Carpenter, is aiinounoed for  early issue by the Macinillan company.  Two large editions of the aAithoriz-  ed edition of Dr. Schilling's "Flash-'  lights in the Jungle" .have been sold  out and has been accepted as the  best photographic representation of  wild life in the jungle.  One ot the freshest and most cn-  joyahlle magazines, is that .in lhc Ap  ril Atlantic upon "Thc Lodge," by  Charles Moreau Hargcr. Mr. I-Iarg-  or is editor of the Abilene Reflector  and professor of journalism in the  State University of Kanses. THE DAILY LEDGER
First Class
WOOD  and   BARK
For Sate and  Delivered
Miners' Drilling Machines
a hot solution oi fresh lime wash,
to which crude carbolic acid has
been kdded in the abo\c mentioned
Outbuildings, fences and tying
posts with which infected animals
have been in- contact should a!s,o,
when possible, be thoroughly troated
in a similar manner.
All ordinary harness and stable
utensils which have been in Contact
with* infected animals or infectod premises, should l>e thoroughly soaked
in a hot solution of crude carbolic
acid of a strength of one part to
Athene, April 25.���The international spoiling events were conducted under ideal weather conditions here ro-
ilay,   the  final heat oi the  lOO-nielDr
���S II I P S M I T III N Cf    IN,'  ILL   ITS'll R A N C Ilf'S
Horfc'shoL rs and Genera' E licksmitn's.
-    *-      -   Ladysmith, t? v.
swimming  race in  the  Phlaerum  de
Materials   which  might    be  injured I vclopcd a brilliant     contest.    C.   M.
by the above treatment, such as valuable harness, robes, cushions,    etc.,
which have been in contact with infection, should he placed in an airtight room and fumigated with Formaldehyde, after which they should
be thoroughly cleaned.
4. Stuliles  where    outbreaks    liave
occurred   or  where  diseased    animals
have, inadvertently or otherwise hiecn
j stabled,  even temporarily,   the clens-
Daniels, of tlie New York Athletic
Club, set a furious pace and won
slowing down in 1 minute, 13 seconds. Ileliny, Hungary; Healy, Australia and Derbyshire, England, who
finished iu the order names, showed
grit, hut aro not in the same class
with Daniels-. Their time was not
tal-en officially.
The    fencing finals af   the gymnastic school   were  marred by some,bad
ing .and    disinfection should be e.spe- ��� feeling.   The  Italian,  Pesfzarano,   re
Buller Street   -
tired, and the Frenchman, Dillon
Kavanaiijih, was awarded f'ist, prize;
Casimir, Germany, wciiwl; and Count
+.j.+.j"H'+"2*+"i"* ���^l*-*-* ���~K����l"*'l"i-*-t">*!,^*V>*!*>'l*^',i*>+-**!-
jcially thorough, and in such cases   it
jis  safest   to remove  ami  hurii    feed
[boxes   and   mangers   when  of     wood;
'iron articles can     be rendered harm- ' Hughes, French, third.
Mess   by passing   them  through     lire,      This afternoon  the    Stadium     was
'or by  immersing them lor some Luno ,crowded  with spectators,  theallcii-u-
' iu     boiling;   wutcr.     All .litter- from anco being estimated at Gfi.OOO.
^ANAIMO    B. C.
flanifif&cturers of the ^��
j suspected animals  should be   binned,
tor carefully fenced until used.
Thc   greatest    iwciteniont  attended
lhe running raees in which lhe Aineri
,5. Farmers      and    others     should, cans highly  distinguished   themselves.
��� iienevcr'   possible,    avoid  admitting The  three    picliminaiy    heats of the
stra��ge horses or mules to the   pre- 1 .'''-meter  race  weie  ivm   hy  A11101-
niises occupied     i>y their own    ani- cans, while the semi-linnls in all t'tu-cc
mals, especially of the same   species, heats    also   were captured by  them.
It is a good plan to reserve  an iso- The finals will he ru*- Friday.
In  British Columbia
Lager  Beer   and Porter     Guaranteed   Brew   ���
from the B^5t  Canadian  iVlalt   Run   Hop9   *
Manufacturers of the Famous
Nome I in   Uttic-.il Labor    Employed
H .1.  BOOTH. Prop
Usual ��� subjects  taught;  also    J**-'
guage*': drawing  in  pencil  and cray-
Wedding    Calces  ���"Jladc   to  Order
Prices    are     V-��rj Reasonable.      All
Customers art Treate.il  Alike.
Nt. n. mmsm
Solicitor.  Eto
..'-��� Vdnsy :t&. ��� Loan"���������".'
lst/Aye.'.B* ���--    -   - UOVSiVI H
Train Service!
lated building for outside horses or
mules, jitit where this is impossible
they may be accommodated in cow
stables, cattle not being subject to
glanders infection. Such horses and
mules .should he watered from special
pails, which, together with other
stable utensils used on or About
them, should be carefully clensed aud
disinfected before being- used for other animals. Stalls occupied by
strange horses or mules should be
well cleansed aud disinfected, and if,
at ir.ll possible, left, unoccupied for
some time.
>(   C. Where new horses or mules   aie
ons, paint ng in oils and water col-'purchased  iu or from districts where
ors, pianoforte ind vocal lessons glv-  glanders exists,  they should,   . unloss
en In ���lasses or individually. carefully tested with Mallein prior to
MISS BERTRAM,        purchase,  he stabled, apart and closc-
Ladysmith, B. U. ,ly  wat-*-"hed *"��r some time before he-
- ' j mg  brought  in contact  with     other
W. SILER animals of the equine species.
n__ _ ���o-nnpnn   �� iT-r-J    '* ll  mUSt   ,)e  borne   ia  Uliud   that
lT.hlN.tiKAL hArllLSS AND;��'�������� nasal  discharge,  or  ulceration,
i enlarged glands, the presence of farcy
buds, unaccountable swelling of the
���inihs and general untnriftness often
characterizes cases of Glanders, tbe
disease exists in many animals without, for the time being; any external  manifestation  whatever,  the only
The Chatham Incubator and
Brooder has cieafsJ a New Era
-j* Pouiiry Raising.
The ziiiirid lien as a Baicher
!*as licew oio-vcn a Commercial
lhe Chaihain Incubator  and  f��
'k'KuIer has ai*-��aya pioved  a
wlotiey M?ker.
THE ��� SE ri J A O   11LI J���Her fadu es
have discoiu cged many j pou tt \, m'scr.
Vou can  make -mori-ey
raising chicks i's zh& rr��ht
way���lots oi  it.
eliiokouu .villi ^t'o   1 Jin uli i'oi mil I'm i . '-'G1''' * Je,'i",J*' a:?n - rotu
Uaern ilf tlio C. u  >i Cm l ti oft I i 3id J.ioh'ii no e LviJS.ine&r*. ���cor "*.�� ornen
have all iiiu.de n oun     Jr       ' - iii ���i'i ' <   i <���                                                 i            .      .             i.
old idea Unit, j ouc in   .h.c-.,|l)1     i ii 1,   1, 1  *.   �� ��� ��' ��      ,*-" l0,   l    ', ' "���   '        '   '", l
business u-iiii^.   In. In 1 a-> 1. i)d, ��        no  1   1 i        n '  m- I     "���;   'ml  |>i '  m - l,\   Ji   -if.     c   tij
lUcti toroiisoii \wlli \ui '"     *''      W.��in       *'   1 a v l"i   hiii Ik u
lu tho'tii-st. (Jilll   v..) I    I    iow   U   1 J 1 iy '     l '*"���
your ucluiil CLih li'". in   11     >       ��    ������ -" ��� >       Am a n  1       \it'i i. '   c '     u 1 inn  1
Ms. 1- CO Eggs
No. 2���120 Eggs
No. 3���240 Eggs
i teens has etuouiagtd many to vtakt
more mo'iey than they ever thought
possible out ofdncks.
Every Farmer Should
RaKe Poultry
ThcolVicial  time in 'tin*  sciiiUUnilK
of Uie  100-meter race artv.First hca.l,
btiould lay  diuu c t' l.   1 mi     k ��i ���
lunching und Ujtd   1; \   '   1    ��.<.-,    u   .  t*
for ii Clialli-.nn  lnuilntin i na !i   1 111 1 1
or six: hutches  to   j / no li 1 1     u   1 <
hvrucr and liilli.   h-m u-^     t     �� 1    \  1   ^   ' ���
at thu Clutthiim 'in-i jmo      il ���   0   Jk
if you alio r  1 ) f-n t ���> r< 1  1 n 1 1   >  nl In  t
ei-rht wueks ol jiyms,  (tin  o u  ti     I  1     .
kmlilVe week*.   .K.n/Lr    t l i ( t1 c    1   \ 1  )    <
���ay in tho tii��'it \vt.i ^ . .-lie \\<j\ .' 1     1
threo AriKon i.sy*    I.     tl t ( Ii li 1 1 u 1     1 \j 1   1
un Iho hatch 11^ nluli> 1! l Ijlu i,��.v^ 11       1
Our Xo. 3 l'litu'iiiti.) v\'ll ' it-1! ii 1111 nt j e ,rf
%s twentytietti 1 Ihi iu. I ui-Ii 1 li..i 1 ow
fcero in a, q'lerfUo mi. idiii ..   ..
If you kll[l JII|)(I r. '111      li   in,
for H >M,uk     n<�� 1 in . 1  Ui
yoiiio oif men li jii \ ojI I I      0
laid 3 1I11/111 t 'A    iin ( i* 'Us, 11 f
' worth 1j 1 Mm ij-   i'oc *a \.n>-    j   '
Thcj-efoi-o. uln.n (in.   ( '1     .. 1.1  'if  I u<    i-.
haluliiimthe mi 110K  i>' i���  1ilninni   t
would hutch, 11 is 10 ii'v 1 1,   1  ��� I iii 1       1
S'J.OU, hesidtia pii liu 1  ^ f�� 1  }i.i 1 )n it    <-   ' I J
hy ihe vvliolo-iii)   Mil  lio'i       l i  \ 1 ' fi >    '
s.ir.ic thing o'\ Ci ut nn Un        innu.i 1    _ t 1
id oil'.
l>ou'fc; yon 1 hinl. tiHiifti 1 .t n ptj^tu
Itoup tlio. hcilrt luyinj,-" <i it lot Li 1 ii.m n
Incubator do Iht 11 ill'     1 '
'l'lio'ru  arc  11111M      1 1)   1    i ( tin      \\h     1
Chatham   Iikuo.   ui   1   id   ' 1   u U.i   o    \.       l
thosettinU" hi' 1
Tim liBiiueisiwiii *u   t)-    .j     ih   ' nl
bam rniiiibcitoi l*- m��ai- i   1 1 \ n1   nn 1 (
(i 1^ tt t tl ^ ut ui l \ ,) l on-. ( p. t v u 1
u 1. 101 1 1 tit > 'i 1 1)^,1 'li ijilit
nit .-. i 1  I  111   I'lji 1   ' ilin1   11   ->L .1
11  1
1   11
1 ti
tlii    1
lI I      1 1
1    \< 1    1
1       I
1 (i . \
I    <iu 1 1
\ li     1    1 f ���.
i-.i    t 1 it
t   tc   1   ;     .   11
II Mill   II'      l|
t'n. pui lis   '   1
lid 111       1 I
J I' III 1 t>    I   I I
'il 1       Uli)    v   It
.11      lit     III   II
I   I 111 1 I      - ill l'  L 1   II
111    I I
I    1
1 I
i ,mu ( <. icu funnel ' kcspi hens, 'but,white
'it Uiu>\ -.in it then i-> -tl. cam amount of prolit
4 1 mi hu   m ���' u\ t.11 w hen lettuiu it take care
til lend!    It VI  J\    1111 IS 1110 UVlcllC of liow muoh
l o    iii   o-.in���'caii ^tal by not getting into
il    no   ti v liiisnics  in such a viuy us to inak*
't n III Hit.,  out U It.
J 'il - Hin,; I en as a hutohei will ncier be b
1 nun hi   tl  mtixv-      llcr business H lo laf
ij,,-   i/<i   r i, should hi 1 ipt ut it    'lhc only
1    �� n lu   iisot hnl    f �� limit 11 to IickLii iiKht
1   bi    1   nl' ii�����   1 liitlni in Iu. uhiiloi unaliioudtr.
I, 1 i    \    ih mii'i  ii'iuh'iu   i(;u tun bciflu halthlug
li 1    1 ��      11 t t I ti i        ill. .it Mil Un ' ���
1 it     ' 1 1       *i ���  11 mini'   ifil oni. iiw oil >o\ir flcidR !ft
,    ,    -,       1 1   n ji        but with a Ch-ilii'tiii ine ubator anil
11    1 i 1   11  ��-   I   'I'.i    1 nl oidliuuj  iitiuilio ), iou oan juise
n       11,   1      i,t.l 1 1   fjon ui 'j   c'liii��]|,p until \\ Inter and
lint    t.    op tl    It' ItlOlllll       '11 llllk of 111
, ,i.i        '"       ' '' ��>   ' nncn iiaii* discovered that-
�� ii-..
tl   1 .i . . 1 u
< 1 1    in
t 1 1     1    In.
,     1.     ���!   /���
1        1    11 *
j   1
in   1
! 1
1' t
1.     o ���     b  l J\l
^^it^.^^^^,1^^ .-.a^. *.,, 1.1 i*.rt
lf    . , ,    .,   , , t-J (AkO OlfH lllUcIl  III t'l_ I      t I '   I      II   , S
ii'lflll,    11 ^-;��   sccoiKtS;     sepfiinl    licut, | have plenty ui Imln      0 ^t I  1     1       i" ��� |
Moulton,   113-5 secomls;   thin!   heat, I li^nd^'uu l\. ,,'*,'> , 1 ''. ,",   \,Vi,J,. J
Eat��., 11 3-5 secomls. .' g^^Jt^'un 1 \ ��"',! I'J p   ."'i  \ZX \
'ilici SflO-iiK'tcr ruce sifiordai  niacin-   'll-lff* |
4-���. _4       , . ' The hen is up i c<    '  1   hi    ot't 1 I _   < t    1 l
ficcnt sport,  Amoricaiis   winning  two ��� =hickauiuon-.-,i ��ti n*-~ 1 n-.' ��s ,, ��� ��� . 1 lL., |
Vats out of  four.     Jam�� 1).  Light-j *$$$&&? \u,^u.\  h'" * ^'  is 1 I
W-otly, of C'liicatro university, wlio won ; pia-ioct iJioihci i>n.' \u- 1 n,   o   , v   nl ij
���     ' * * ��� '��� und is not mte'-tc 1 \ itl  h i> t
thft first "mat, ami' ("liarles .1. B.tnon, '    Aiiogcthar, iIimoi.i h oh 1 's it u    >" h I
���   .v.      1   ���  1     t ��� 411 ���   j-    /-11   1    ' rcuuon. for coi fiinn   ; {> <. 1 n Iin n   1 j
of the Irish American  Athletic Club, ; h.itchor Ami uu >   1 -m *. '       .1 -'umi.u \
who  was second  in  the same     heal  �����'�����������<�� a CbaUmmiiMni.t 1   m   >   .Ji
IL will pay you 1 > 11111   ti���'fiU
SmaSI Premises ShusfCicLcf-it
For Poultry Rai&tii^.
Leave - orders at -the Abbotsford.
Dr. R. B. Diei
I     We wo nmkititr  1 un  - > < 111 ulu    wlith
ra�� <i well jtnl<!,e;i race. Lirot Wytul-
ham ,1-Ialswelle,  En��lanil,    who     wa��
second in  t-he second heat, -ilis-playi.il
fine     style      and   iiiidouhttHlly   would      Of ooiii-oe, if.-iim h i\.*l< t. of'on-n ^o 1 m  1
li-ivi��      W1111      icvcetif,       fin*   -i    f-inH    in'   tho belter, hut'in ii��    .111111    ���  > nm m 1 mt
11.HC     won     nxctni      101   a   1.11111   in, (.:irrrins?L>Iuvsllful^[,llx. ui ,,,,.., ii n 1 0 1 u
rouiwlin<T  the  corner  which    lost him    business in a miuiii 1 itv ..1 nn n '01     m up
. .   . , ,        i-.ith afuir Biyttl st ulo u    MiHt1  >ind 11  31 j ill
some   teet,  giving   the chance   lo   the    y.ud oan ruihe iioii'u , 11   tiiH
.Swede,  Hiellstrom,   who liaisliecl iirst
The fourth heat was  won  by  P.   If.
Pilgrim,    New York    Athletic   Club.
Ewry,  New   York   Athletic  (Mufo won
the standing  long  jump, -distance     '���>
meters and 30 centimeters.
The American successes were signalized by the. hoisting of the American flag, which was greeted with
greait cheering.
The five-mile, run, the {-.reali event
of the day,  was  won easily 'by'Licn-
Surgeon Dentist
AU  work guaranteed, aud at reasi
able - ratoa.
Gatacre St.
. ��   ��. - ten.int  Havvtrev,  English;   time     1*0,
means of detection iii such   cases   be-   ��� 4..  SW!0W,s;   H(J /il)is()U(l  with     a
ing  tne Mallein test,  and that tbese  lap {(J spare oVer a ^^ c.oni];c.
occult or latent   cases, aro   in some  ti1or_    whoS(J ^ was ,f,  m]m^
respeefs the most dangerous   because
unsuspected.     Our  experience   shows
that it is     possible for animals    of
LsdVSltllth . Ul'*S"    clftSS   to f,oIlvey  inlection    to
26 1-5 seconds.
In the preliminary heats for the
100-meter race, Arcliie Malm, Milwaukee,  Wis.,  Athletic Club;   'W.    I)
1   iiiomn iii ihe poulnv A)��sii��s*-i)Jindlittv��
.1   ill   1- t>  nn li (if hi' miii^ fi() pioflt iblc Lhat
li y ni\o 111s 1 hi tl s(   (ml Ch ahum Incuba-
11 s t ul jit o nl. m H.-'td liwny tlie lhbt
I'   li i]is Jim Lhink that it ici.iiiiCu. agr^il
1    111     1    nn ii-   t���icitdeul of IcLhnKAl krow-
t.    1    ti-.L 1 In. ruw nith a th.iUiani Inca-
.     t   t    JI     till1   I   llllllll If /O,  Kill lUC|Jlt.fiJy 1I11S-
,1 i 1 v Dili u*!-01 iiuiit,h'oi 1 in attord to
il   t  >        iliiu un1  niik  iftci thc chn 1 ens. \ulh
I  in 1 1 un tim��� iMtii then jceului houbehold
1 in, 1 111I rt 1   al mi3s food and p'icps at��
��� 11.^11 ltiv\     1 hcilcni 1 id lsal\*.u\s in excess of
the sni>,iij    1 il a^t-nUiiii li'iiis of thu jeai jou
in j i ictn    Ij t,ft ui\ puce youcaietoabkfor
f.    o   luioiit,        nv t'i    Chalh 1111 Incuunlor and
I 1  mil! jim ..an ���ttit hitdiiuir at tho light
111.   i'   '     ij  thc  diickcn-j   to   maiketaWe
, 1 in -. \sl. a the *jUi-i>'i n vciy low and the
t ,1 1. ut 1 d1'!,,'!} hiff'i 1 his jou coulduo\ep
*|   'in ii'i hi is 1- hut hcii.
b Hi 1 iitui tl at tiific ismo!i3> in tho noultry
. hu 1 - 101 o<.ci\ i unci \ ho wilt go aoout jt
j i��� 1 v *I 11 ih t\i w du it. to pet a Chatham
i ii'ulu ���>, ilhoonn and sUt it llut per-
*  li tp^. ,ou i.e not 1  1 pued jubl now to spend
II c i>.i/iic)    'ihi-i is .thy fte inaUo the special
���"��� o 1 now iheioisuionevinr.iismg chickens.
k      ^,. t.  liuw    the   Chatham   Incubator   and
]' 0 idi 1 li 1    10 f iu il
Uekium i ml wilh any reasonable effort on
\iui  pn    \oi c iii nol but make money out of
t'i   Ch tl'i 1 u Incub ltoi u.nJ Bioodcr.
[      i,'c 'vim \ that i\c lnitde a siniilar offer last
j       u  tin) th it in e^ ciy t use the payments were
S   met liu wi 1 ui *   md pi omptly, und that in many
J  cast s mo it \   u (-i aicojipani<d by letter*, ex-
piissi iffsitis'ntion ,
I 'icic.011   v.e 1 0 \e no habitation in inakinj;
C4.,t'cii,i.      ,on, \t    I   'ituliifor is al!   ,l1'-' nr��P'^ V"n t0 e^7,4.h0^^,Mr��.';sfJliri2
11        ,,,���      ,,.   ��� ,. .    , ..,,,. ,t    v\ in   ��i ��o�� ui m ho niiv*i\i-,h to add to their j early
r -     I ���   ,  n,,L , ,,', y , .-.t jc 1    a  \i l\"lf "ll" *l bsMil exjiendituie of time ani
1  ...u    1, >   Jin' .i\   ui """iwipiUj means that we will pet youcupIn
I'ci 1    t i-'   1 1 1.  nit!   tui mini   iuicI the poulln lnisine-s bo that you can make
Hue to uml-i' limiip/  n icki-    jnn iiiii-* 1 it   U   "', '   ^   ���,l ' -   '     '  -��    ',,-''   '", l"c>f 1 lour; 1 irnt f-om tho t-.i I. without asklntf for
atwfl-oaitheoUl^                                        .1 '   '-iiali.t.o       =.    1        v. ��,u m, li Hut ,s 1 ,,,c. oi.tl-o.n 1011 until .ifter 1908 harvest.
with ��etl tiiF hi n>>   >1 Vk'   f      Sil in 1 v u       C.< ii    im    t h <! imu -ci 1  in  1iK.nlu1.or it i\c knew or vi.iiicroHcr, mc wouldmakelu
( hiithain Inou' nt *  a iu ' 1 m'r                              mjil 11 1    n Im   1      it    -pi i-cd   n l sur Wnte us a po t cud with your name and
ToenahluoviiMuH to 1 er irurs utinli>e   u 1 1 U > ��� t u u *�����11   it it    1 m tin iin \u s adUesb ti'idw. tiilscnt" \onfull pii ticularj. as
rii-'ht wiiy in t'e Dtni'l  \  h    in   ",  wemiki    m>   '1  n  n'   m     '<   'tin       UiiiU iirald wMi .is Giii oeiiiimdh lhustiatedbook,    How
a vei-v  'spot-in! ui   1   tlumli    woi h    jji   c-p    '    Mitinit    1     ���-,  i'l>   J ij Da ., itath to in ike money out ot ch cks     W ute to day
whilt'.'toinviislu .tt                                                    w. I   U 111 to Chutham.
c u���'aiv, Bi-"iidon, Reuina, Winnipeg, New Webtminstoi,BC, MontieaL
\ti. \��}-h i..i: *s<yw '
'i '1 Yotia :.��.ah���"-.���**;
Vt'AllL\:T m f v.:a
j. li.      "i^vJf-^i.i x. it   &Jt.~^t iw ti
i"  ��� 1 *��� *S" '2 v ��c-i>    n   < "'v /"u. ���*-*��?.
1 1-0 O <L.   J. J* I-�� k  ^J g&
*y vr, 5;o i)z*Ji
V ,'V
AV'e.can 3U|ip!>    01   1  cU   "*< n n  1 iIisl lUiim i
ITalifax, Clutti \in     l   1  ones-t 1 11 wl'im   (  .1     a d O   11 tin    MiK *12
ThelMAMSON C^ttTPBELL CO., M>:^i2c>d9 Dept. No. 15 A CHATHAM, CANADA
L&i��us qu^e jou prices on a gsod Faaaing Hliil op good Farm Scale.
tic Oliiilil". i<"' Moulton,    Kansas    Citv   countonaace    ah     appeal   ioi        am    the   Aiflulushop,     and  \\hatt*\ei   du-
until  such  turn
others without themselves developing,, ta���+���T    r*��   in -i ,   ,r .hi
, . ,4 ��� v ��� ,   -v  fa -Eaton, Camibriclsepert, Mass., Athle-
acittu     symptoms.      It    is tlterefore t "    -
.plain  that great caution should     be i ���-������	
I      DirnOV     O      nn      i���^;0-1   th?; P^chase on haml-!   victory" Lodge,  l.O.G,T., continues
Jl'���-rlbnllT    (��    UUi  feK^^^.^^  ^  to meot'n tl,; I.O.O.R Hali on the
"'    lU,1U'    W    UWI     ���^ly/a^'d^S.^-^*lrit-"ana--;3nd'   Tuesday and    2nd   anxl
..      > ���*���",  ,   r\i ,'disease has become established. ,.,  ������  ,     , ���,.    '       , , ,,
Manufacturers Of.��� ���     iv.,   ���,. ,    ,  .     . *ith Saturday.    The: members ot the
j   .8.  Ihe   carcasses   of animals -dying ;flnmnl    T ,:,Ua
-������ i:;';.':ETC, ������
Alliletic   Club,   W    A    Sclntk,     i\cw   moie unt'iiwus
York'Athletic Club,  anl  Law son Ro    then laboi  was icquiiLd
".erUon, ilrisli-Xmeiicin   Vthletic Club | llannonj   lvie\ails
as   faiences  mav  have  evistccl    betuce.i
the   men   of   tins   lomnnmilj    in    tht
past should bo wiped cmt
Mew Yorkv  a���d li   i.    Leed, London        ban  1'iaiKisio       Apul     27 ��� Uai   J The tailiom  ('lunch
Ent;., Athletic Club, A II Ilcaley, ��� t,,oi > and ���uoti fi clings maikcd ti.e ;s xx'ihaps anion.; tin luaviosl losci ��
niai'l.licatl), Kinjland, Ilatiy Vbra meeting-, ioU.ij 01 \.iuous boche's ^ut wo ���ere n0c aifania\cd ami x
hams, Caiuibtridi^e .University, England ' oi  eiiizens' c-onuniuees and represea ������'��� catue hen: today  to  toll   \ on lhat   ih.*
noble    men and   women o\i*i*    whom
I .have   divecUun,     am    at   \oui    so..-
tS.  Ihe   carcasses   of animals dying  ,, ,    T   ",        T _. ,, m     AT
,;    . .      , ���.    . ";Onward    Lodge,    I.O.G.T.,  Nanaimo
lailirhtered  -is   Kf*incr   nf\t<ot.r>rl : ��� �� ' '
fioiii or slaughtered as being affected
{with Glanders should, when   possible
'be burned, or  failing this, buried   at ;
i ioast six feet  beneath the. surface.
1 .9. Owners of premises where    out-'
will pay a fraternal visit to Victory
Lodge; Ladysmith, on Saturday e -
ening, A^pril 28th. ��� A full attenclan-c:
of the members of 'Victory Lodge   is
tatives of. the' army which are ad-;
1 mmisterinii," an'airs ot" San Francisco.     The last sig-n  of   confusion and " vice."     This" sentence v.as eutlnisias-
Athletic Club, won their heats.
lit. the semi-finals for lhe 100-meter race, fivst.heat, Halm, Eaton and ' UlisiUKlei.standill.s/ which cxistcci have; u,ally ... c-heered. Ma>oi ach.n.u
Moulton won and ijawson Rohertsou 'disappeared. The iirst sign .of re- 'replied in a 'speech equally oloriuenr.
Barker and Lintlberg captured see- ' turn to normal conditions were saying that hanuoni alieady i,.t;-
oiitl places, which qualified them for ' the resumption of sued cars, in ecr- ' vailed and '���that whale.ei ennui*,
trials ��� 'tain     sections   and   the    taking"    out   maj. have-   been ��� felt     m   tbe      past
of   the  first  permit     of. the  erection   u-as  wiped out     and  tho   citizens   oi
a' modvrn   .   stool   structure  upon   San  Francisco     had   but   one    object
In  the  preliminaries  for the     SOi)-
D.   ot'
breaks have been dealt with    6h0uld ireq,iesten* .-     _   .-       . first, ai
jbear in mind that Inspector cannot ! fr'SSSio'&c *���^
rccommt'iid    release    fi-onx quarantine "'' * .   *     ��� ��   ��� '.    w-,�� we
And the Principal llimlnewi Couters of
Ontario, Quebec, and the j
IWaritirime Provinces.
CEO. W. VAUX, ��
I Assistant Gon'l .I'usseiiKer nnd Tlrfcet A^ent,
.LADYSMITH T-EiUPLE, -No. r,.���
���Kathbonc .Sisters, nieeis in the: Odd
fellows' I la! I every 2nd njid -ith
���Tuesday, at 7:30 pin.
M. of R. &.C.
maa��xesea3Mtmaa��kmTwaKtamtumt�� i niiiwwiiu    i
HiLBERT ���'���  I
' unless disinfection has been carried
out ih a satisfactory maimer, and
that compensation for animals slaugh
viCToaia, b. c.
meter    race, first     heat,  James
jLightbCKly, Chica.go university,    was
Hid   Charles  D.   Bacon,     i'-tsii-
in Athletic Cluh, "Vtilc,
was second.
In the seccMl heat, Hellstrom,  Swe-
the   ground   occupied     a   few     . clays : *n.   view,   the      immediate  i-cbuilduis
ago  by a less suli.sLantial  one.
! . . Arehibishop  Riordan
appeared  at. the meeting     of the citizen's cencral     committee today and
of  a   newer and ��� bet let   wun icip.i 111 \
Dr. ISduiird BeyLno on  beluili   oi
Tied Cross .Soeion
added  to the general   feel ma   of     I hi*
den,   was   first,   and   Lieut,   Wyndtaii ; in'an eloq'uent.speech    counselled hai j occasion. by rciuling: a  telegram  Hoi
J tered cannot be paid unless ft   certificate oL clensing and disinfection has '       .
been reccivotl by the Minister of   Ag-1 ���     '��� .       .
...��,�� ricultiue.   ' ''    I   J'^1* ^"', '^os-    Lnnarotui,   pr.ovin-
~" f   .10. Horse owners   should have    no cial Constable, at Ohaplean, Ontario,
, hesitation in  rtporting' to  this    Da- says:   "I caught a sevii.-re. cold  while
partmen-t or  to its inspectors the ex-  cmnting    a    burglar    in    the     forest
istencc of  actual of  suspected   cases Bwamp last fall.    Hearing of Cham-
of glanders.     The disease has     been oerlain's CouKh' Remedy,  I  tried   it,
spreading rapidly  ol late vears,   and and ��,ter usinG tw�� smaI1 bottles, I
it is    a .matter      of  public interest was completely cured." This remedy
In districts where the existence   of   hh:il  wcvy   fresh centre   of   in.(ecfcion -is intended especially-  lor coughs  and
Glanders  is suspected,  and especially  should  he rliscoTesed'ami dealt  with folds,    it will loosen ,uul  volievc   a
in  neigthborhoods  where iictual    out-   as proni.ptly  us  possible. severe cold in less time than by nny
Irreaks have  occurred,     the   adoption '                 A.  G.  RUTHERFORD, other    treatment ami  is a     favo.Mc.
of the following precautions by own-               Veterinary Director General wherever its superior    excellence   l>us
ers  of horses and others   interested,  l,nP��^inent of Agriculture,
Ottawa, March,  190G.
will do much to prevent the spread
of the disease and thc establishment
of fresh centres  of infection.
1. Horses', or "mules having a   nasal
discharge or  other  suspicious    symp-
hecome. knuwn.
smith  Pharmacy,
For sale by   l^''}'"
Wellington Grrive^No.  4  U.  A. O.  i -'loins  should  not be admitted  to li'v-
Meets   in the )��� 0   O .F.  Hail,  S... jery  or  feed  stables  or yards,  black-
tlysinith,    the   Second   and      Kourti 'sinith shops,. church or school   sheds;
Wednesdays of each month, comineiv
mg Wednesday,  l.��.th., 1005.
Visiting Druids     are invited to  ii
Hy Order,
WM. RAFTER, Recr Sectv
From this date the undersigned
will not he responsible for any Indebtedness incurred except on n
written orher signed by the secretary
Rowland  Machin.
Non Persona! Llabil.'lv.
yictciria, B   C...  Wiv 18th. 19fl��.
railway stock yards,   private stables
or other places where they are likely
to come into direct or indirect con-*
tact with animals of the equine species.
2. All stables, yards or sheds used
for  the accommodation of horses   or
mules should    be regularly and    fte- t!
quently clensed and disinfected iin the
manner prescribed  below. "
3. After clensing the premises thoroughly, and 'burning all .tV��bris, the
interior should be well gone over
with hot steam, or boiling water,
adding to the latter at least one , j
quart of, crude carbalic acid to each j
five gallons,  after  which  the     entire   ^
���������>Public* ��� Notice   h
Attention. Is called to the   lads that tk��
Ogilvie Flour Hills Co,   Lirnite
makers  of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR,     bare for some  slm��
past been producing floar In a   lastly improved  and ptsrit'  "  ' *-���i
hy the Rfd of ELECTRICITY
and having secured control ol   all the basic patents relating ther*
to, take thfs opportunity of a dTising the  public  that  anv
ori/.ed users ol ihe electrloal   flo-jr  purifyinR processes  will  ���>���- prosecuted.
Ogtttr&tf.Ploti* Mills Company tfoaited
Spe ^lio    oxiTLt    -aMllera in Canada whose. Flow
s puvifi-ed by the Electric Prooeas
iriony.betwee.il   those     who are striv-
ont   oi        ehaiis
; Halswelle, England, second.
I,,   the   third  heat,   R:  O.     ',-abbs, j i��ff .*����� l""'"'8' <��'***
Corpus. College, '>Cambrk^c,    England .and preriictdl^.-a   erty   greater
was  first,  and  Eli  B.  Parsons, Yale j ""!��*  beauliitil   ami  a  more,  stvikm.
university,   New   Haven,   Coiin.,    sec- , ftxa'mpto oi   American  pluck  and   en
In  the fourth and last heat, P. II. j ion  should be our wuU-liwont.-
Pilgrim,    New    York Athletic Club,
was first, and John Ilui'ge, Germ.any
The free style discus throwing     in
the stadium today was marked   hy a
mini her  of   fine performance:.'-     Mar-
tin-.I.. Sheridan, Irish  American Ath j
letic Cluh,  New   York,  the American ,
fhampion   discus   thrower,   won.    Pis-)
tance -11 meters -1 ti centimeters, ,be;U- ;
ing  tlie world's   record.    Georgantas, j
(5recce, was sen-owl,  with 38   meters j
li  cen'titneters.     Jawtncrs,    Finland. |
was third,  S�� meters S3 centimetcrH   j
The twenty kilometers bicycle .race
was easilv won by \V. A. Hett, Putney   Athletic Club",  England.
Secretary, of \Var.Tatt in winch in"
latter lolil of Ih**: ui a" il't .it u.n
;-���f'.iiii'u*. Rcosevelt at leanii ie, of
th-.. li."".riu-.iny that now existed . " h.-
<���(���������. me: out of the nimii'iiM* \-. i k.
tcrpriso  than   the  old   'Frisco.    '" 1'ii ��� j v hi -li   l-.ap been put  on   P-t'n   Fi.im "���
sail!   co. i I
surface should be thickly &srt&^\thtiB&BSRBS8t&&BK&,,
San  Francisco,    April   '27���At        a j
meeting of the health oilir.ers hold to- |
clay at the  "Park   L^cl^c,  it   was   dc- ',
cidetl    to   establish    throughout    the
eity   free drug stations at   convenient
poinls and   at the   eniergency camps.
Thc physicians also decided that the
city     was plentifully  supplied     with
plumb��rs    and that they would    dis-
Vi.r tho dealer
from w h o m
you buy Sun-
li-jht Soap if
you find any
o a ii r o    for
Sunli^Kt Soap is better
tKaza otKer soaps, btat is
best when  usee!  in. the
S^r-xli^lbt way.
reward will
be pititl to any
person W li o
proves that
contains any
i n j n r i o u a
clieuiit-als or
tiny form of
E,c{viaaly good with hard or sol
Lever BiotheiTS lwimite^, Toronto
^���������������������������������#W��&00��$#��#0# ��W��������
��� nere aro two k'nda o.' HICYC/LB FACES!1
> TholJicyclofiiije'lopendsiJi'UK-ii'ally upou tlio
i w!iucl\ourl(U'. if jou would wear tliii lace ot
From PL1.MI.RY.
Our Mussey Harris, Rambler, Hrani ford, English Singer,
English I lumber and English Royal Enfield wheels are. at
top ol*  the pile  in  quality  and finish.
We have a,shift of competent repair men and wc repair
ewry mate of Bicycle, and assure, satisfaction.
Send us your order for repairs, and if it amounts' io
$a..1() or over we will pay Hie return freight for you to
any point on t-hc E. ��-v Nr. Railway, Wc sell ii.es, bells,
lamps, brakes and all other .articles rwniirorl by the cyclist.     Reincniber tin;   [dace.
���?��-> "y.i1
............................................................... :    Government St.,       (0pp. ]-osl,o7lice.)
Victoria, B. C,
Seldom Equiillcd ���
Never l.xcelled
Luily-wi-llli, a. c.
That's All!
Can   and Get gAcquainte-J
Air. mid Airs. Ryan aie visitors in
Nanaimo this alleiimon, haw journeyed   up  on  the noon tiain.
.Miss  A. .Smith,  of  the  Mint
hclionary si ore,   is   in   Naii.iimo
afternoon on  business.
.Miss ���'. It.misay,  of Extension, \is-
ilod   I.nd,'smith  last  evening,   leaving
today  on
the  12  o'clock  train     foi
Local Items
The   regular  meeting  of   the  school
,ti us-tees takes pl.ice t,.,night.
.Studio open tonionow {Sunday),
]ast -day. Don't miss 'this chance to
k<>t photos at the lowest rates ever
joFered..    Schcnek,   Campbell's corner.
Among the passengois arriving on
the Joan last oieim." weie. Mis. Bc-
-jiaid, the Misses Alvcnlioad, <.J.?.i<a-
ione, F. Hughes, J. Mct'ubbin, ' J.
"Fraud,", P.  Cudlip,   W.  Weinroue.
Tho l->unl.er grounds promise to be
a scene of activity tomorrow, as
besides the baseball game scheduled,
the AJerry-go-roiiini is now ready for
business, and it is expected that as
this machine is a novelty to the
ju\enil.-s of Ladysmith, lhe own:-r
will be well pationi/ed iluriuy Ins
stay here.
V. W.  Keil.h, Victoria.
S,  Thoni|Soii,   Victoria.
('.  Holmes,   \'ictoria.
It. Bryden,   Extension.
The Misses  McKen/.ie,   lOxteiisioii.
11,  iMcKenzie,  Extension.
Albs   10.   Akcnliend,   Nanaimo.
"Miss  A. Alvenhcad,   .N'anaimo.
Miss.M.  Akonhead,  Nanaimo.
.J.-ri.   Franc'f,   Victoria.
K. T. Hughes,  Victoria,.
W.   A.  Montgomery,   Vancouver.
Miss Dobcson, Naim'ino.
S. W.  Kirk, Vicloria.      <-'
In Floral, Tile and Oriental
Designs-Beautiful  Patterns
25 c.
Coal     Oil   Ei'gi. es.
For LuinicliCii, i-'islilni: l.uiifs,  Etc.
Stationery Engines
for all Power Purposes
Simple, i:ciiiiniiilCHl, !{cliitl>I��>
��� Absolutely  no danger,
do Electric Spaikers or Bat-
to get out  of order.
Write 11.4 for ."iirtic.ilur.s	
(Continued from P.igu One.)
ntre.ji   U>  H'art  l la-  1-llUs Mi��-.ln-l   )>a
a<ic j gj
When (j^ih.sI iinieil by a pivss i-cp-
lv.scuiiit hi- lhis ai'lt'i'iioon.' a nn-in-
bi'i"   im' lhc f!i"iinl   btiard  said:
"Tlu* b\ law relating to mlverlis-
im; was <l;-;i\>n up by ihe board's
sjolieilor in \'etoria, and it is \he
intent ion of lhat body to sei* the
letter of ii (tii'i-it'd out. " It i.-, not
so mii.h tbe (pic-itioii of advert isiiif*,'
or not that bus all'eeli'd 11u* board
in this (leeisio'i. as iIk- facl thai eer
.1 nui dent i-.Is in Hk' ciiy are deceiving ih." g\ lu-r.U piihlic by the ehar-
ai-lci- of tlK-ii" aOM-.-t i.semcnts.
"'I'ln- dent al board-w ill luUe 0]> a
ji.-oscfi.l ion as a l.'si case, and will
lif;iii   tlie multi'i'   ou1    in  the cuiiris."
��������������� ����������������������������� ���������*��
Mr. S. Roedduiu, is engaged in
]j,uii1 uig the ChubUe blocK, and Hup
j-.ce'b balvwy shop. Already the ini-
jjirovcmciit made is  \eij-  inarlaul.
Mi. (J. .1. Rolsion, oi Vancouver,
i\ sis ting his bioidicLS, Messis. K.
���.1.11(1 W. Rolsion, oi Uus eity. Mr.
Jtohston cvp,ects to retina to the'le*-
j.urui city tomorrow.
If you would like something nice
in the bakery line, call on Hop Leo,
Ladysmith 'l-iahery,' today. He lias
a fresh supply oi* crea-m purfs, pie*,
cakes, lady-fingers, jelly rolls, uiins,
bread, elc.
Mrs.   10.  Atkinson,, accoinp'i-iiel
.Mr.   Atkinson's   mother,  arr'*ed     ".'i   nioiilli
the   noon  train   from   Vic,)r.a,   run
a  visit in that city.
All. Geo. La.ss.idy, pimiiK.i.ii eon-
fclable is in iN'anaimo .ui 11 >. ine.ss
this  afternoon.
Ah.   J.  Goodfellow  p.issed   t-iirovigh
to  NoJiaimo at  noon  todav.
Judge liaruson iiassed tlaough    on
.the morning  tram  Iiom   Xanaimo.
Aliss Ilannlton, of AU. Sicker, *>vas
among Uu \isitois who attended the
1 all gi\cn hy the lOxcelsior Club
last u\ening.
Air. G. Schenck left on the morning train for Urolton, where he will
spend thc day, returning ,011 the evening train. ' .Ur. Schenck intends to
secure a location at GioiLon for a
week or two for his photograph gallery. .
Twelve   head   of   cows   and Milk
ioiile.     A pply P. O. Box 99.
WAN'HOD��� A strong girl lo do   g,'.,ii-
- oral    housework.      Apply    Temperance Hotel. 'It
Four  roomed   house on   Esplanade,
hi-twcui   JO.vlcnsion Hotel  and  Padcn-
Powell street.
$-'n0 on terms, or rent   for   $5 per
Walter* &
Wonjr Ci. Guy
AlL-rcliant  Tailors
Will be in ladysmith weekly,    leave  orders at
The   Abbotsford
<>���*���������   ���������������>���������������  ���������������
Rochusseii & Gollis
7 Yates St.   Victoria, B. C.
Alachinerv  Agents.
.Smoke Big I.. iJi��ars
Owners of bicycles in Ladysmith
would do well to read the advertise
nient of T. l'liniluy iS: Co, appearing
on this page. All repair work done
at this place will be of the best and
will   be promptly attended  to.
f will lie in Ladysmith about Tliurs 'boar(i for
day-, May .".rli to tune and repair pianos.   . Leave orders at  the AbSvots-
ford Hotel. A. V. OWENS.
iMinard's  Liniment cures Colds", A-c.
.-.Manager Nicholson, of the local opera House, has received -a .letter Iron
a theatrical company asking for an
engagement to start on May '3rd and/
continuing three nig'hts. Thoseidates
happen to be open, and the convptusiy
will likely appear here.
Air. W. Uciniolie and nieee. arrivitd
in Ladysmith on the &l<amer. Joan
hist evening, ajid will visit relat vch
j . ru for a few ilnys.
'i'omorrow an" Intermediate game of
1,aseball will be played on the. bun-
lier grounds between the Ladysmith
.intermediate's and the Eagles, of Na-
Tonight at the Frank Motel, thc
jdelegates to the -British Ooliimibia,
j-'oof.balI Association will meet for
1 i:e purpose of transacting business
Mid discus-sing the proposed changes
jn the constitution to govern games
l.e.vt season, ���puriiiti thc nvening refreshments will  be served..
.   Miiiard's Liniment, eure:
' ows. .     .
Garget   in
The body of Geo. Ross, .who was
drowned near Extension in-the-Nanaimo River on Saturday last/has
not yet been recovered. It may,
however, be .found today, as it is expected to rise to I'iie surface at any
time after the sixth or seventh day.
Two wire nets' have Jjccn stretched
across (tie river at points .below
where the aecidcn-t occurred, and it
is thought that the body could not
have been   washed  below these points
���Dealers  in���
Lime,   Plaster  Paris,    Brick,
Fire Brick and Vancouver island cement..
3 Pandora St. Victoria B.C.
Pipes, Cigars,
Tobaccos, Etc
'���' at       .
ifs BOOK More
WANTED.���  Furnished   rooms
wo.     Apply  Ledger.
Try a Pro\inoe Cigar.
Try a Pro\ince Cigar.
Smoke Big li. Cigais
Minard's Liniment cures Distemper.
"Some weeks ago, during the se
ere winter weather, ,hoth my wifu
and myself contracted severe colds,
which speedily developed into the
worst kind of la grippr*. with all its
miserable symptoms,'-" says' Mr. ,).
S. Egleston, of Maple Landing, Iowa. "Knees and joints aching, muscles sore, head stopped up, eyes and
iiosc running, with alternate spells
of chills and fever. We; began using
Chamberlain "Cough Remedy, aiding
the same with double dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and by its liberal use soon
completely knocked out the grip."
Sold by Ladysmith Pharmacy.. -
Tennis Gor'ds
Lacrosse   Stick's
B?se J3a!l Outfits
Caoiow, Australian Onions, Californian
Apples, W Oranges and Bananas
Cowichan and Salt
Spring Creamery
Butter Always
on Hand
, Bi C.
Granite and ttzihk Works
Granite and "Marble Monuments, Tahlets, etc., at the
lowest prices consistent
with first elass stock, and
workmanship. . Write for
A.   STEWAiltT,
I IS Vates SI. Victoria  13.C
A HOWE, ofCHEMAINUS.has opened the MEAT-
MARKET lately    run   by W. Ward, on Roberts stree
A Trial Solicitd
Or. Dier can be louad at any tint*
at his office on Gatacre st. His de->
tal work is g��aranteod t0 be Arst
class and rates reasonable tt
Public Meeting wi'll beheld in   the
Opera  House  Banket .Hall  on  Monday owning, April .'Id, ut 7:30.      All
arc cordially invited.
Mr. C. \V. Kirk", of Victoria, opened his Twentieth Century ��� IMcrry-go-'
round this afternoon on (lie hii'nter
grounhs.. This is well w.mh a . visit
if you (In not choose to ndc. . Mr.
Kirk will he here for several days,
aiul he makes it a practice.to jiive
a i;i'enefit of one day lo sonic thari-
tahlc inslikilion. Tle.irave one day
while in Nanaimo to the. hospital,
which   realized a tiilv sum.
1  "*��3328ai^
k<m >*Ki��i����-rrt *Mi*
O H 1 ' ci f'& ns'   T -si ��    ��Hoe-s=;
From $1,35 p-atfr and up
Imperial Pit
Is et Winner
We have Better ones at
All Guaranteed
Call in and Get One
Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician
Eggs from Pure Bred Stock
���;.���   All Birds - Trap; Nesiod".
���No Inferior .Layers Kept
BarrrHl.:. r,iiu'; iiii<l ���'��� White'���Hock's
VVhilis. Wyantlottos,; Wliilu and. Brown
Leghorns. -
$1 Per Setting
$6 Wv Hundred
Box 2<iS    ..    Latlys'niith, B.C. :
I. have just received a:shipment of
Hills'   High Grade
Just arrived���the best  line of���
Tennis Goods, Baseballs,
Bats, Gloves,  Etc.
MU.  '��. ��� Jh'XiiU.
-A   Full   I^ine  of-
Caaffi4MS5ji3S2.^j^^ j ���������������������������<������������������.��������������������� ���������*������������������������������������������������������
Wc  should  like  to  show  you
lai'tre assortment of-���
WeiSI F*��-ipe-r53
Raiiyirttr  in   priee   from
ioc.  Double Roll  and  Up
They are the vi-ry latest in Wall
and Ceiling Decorations. Just from
the. factory. Overton thousand rolls
to choose from. Wc also carry a
liirg-c range of	
Varnishes, Varnish Stains,
Paijnts, Oils, Brushes and
Window Glass
Iu  fact    everything  to  Beautify   the
���IT01 no, at���
��� OF
Merchant Tailor
-FIRST A VENUE.    ������','      ':'   , :\'-l'l~r- ���)  \"*V"
Made to  Order to Fit and to your
Satisfar'tion. Gall and see Stock
Each a Work of Art
Save Your
ami in cxdionge for twenty-five, tlie B.C. Soap Works will give y,(Mi:
your choice of fifty beautiful   snJlijects.    Ask your Grocer for catalogue of premiums'. ^ || ,.j >>      '. ^jr.^-%,
Plumbing and TinsmiHiing
.Reasonable Prices
_ ay -.   ..    '
Leaie orders at  P��terson'?  Furn
ture Store, or telephone No 55.
Having taken over the hae-toom of
thc aDove hotel, we inteinl "toTiiiTa
first-class, up-to-date estai,lisliment,
and in soliciting the patronage of
our friends and the public in general,
we guarMtee good  treatment- to all.
R. Scott .. ������ A.


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