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Array *- *if������  J".  *-**-&������.  i  -,'S*  ���������nr*iiM'T^ii������t!^i*^J~^'~^,^'jy>>J^~^iH^~n'  DUNCANS &  LADSYfllTH  EDGER  ^s-^s  LADYSMITH  & DUNCANS!  VOL. 2,  FRIDAY,   APRIL  28th,   1005.  PRICE   FIVE CENTS  TEAMSTER'S STRIKE IN'BOUND FOR VLADIVOS- SIXTCCtl  " TOOK  Strikers Began Rioting this  Morning and the Police  are Called Out  First Victim Was a Negro  Who was Beaten Into Insensibility  Russian Squadron Takes on  Provisions and Leaves by  Way of Pacific  Fifteen Warships Together  all Heading for Singa-  '   pore  TUBED TANANA  nam un ar- eutemde in st. pe- noted physician  Shortage of Provisions Compel Garrison] to Surrender  TERSBERG  (Associated Pres^s Despatches.)  Chicago,  Ills.,  April  28'.���������Scenes of  violence    m  connection   with       the  strike began  promptly  today,       lhe  first  victim   being  a colored   teams-  "~ *"    ter, seen to enter the Monroe street  barns of   the  A.M.   Forbes  Cartage  Company,   whose     teamsters  joined  the  ranks ofw'thc strikers yesterday.  He   was  later  seen   to  leave       the  stables.  -Several pickets gave     the  word that he (hail applied for a position as teamster.   Thereupon the nc-  ', ��������� gro  was  followed   by  strike  sympathizers.   On Despante Street lie was  overcome by' his pursuers..    He attempted to defend himself, from  thc  mob,     which   had   quickly  gathered,  :    , but,.he. was kicked and - beaten .-into  insensibility.   The''arrival���������of_a s-nuad_  \     of police put an end to .the disturbances.  The injured  man was taken  ' Ifta hospital,  where he was found to  . be seveiely   .cut and  bruised about  lhe head and body.'  Many union pickets  were stationed  _  today, about  thc stables of the Employers'  Teaming  Company  in   18th  Street  where  the  non-union   teams-  sers  are housed.    Special  details  of  police were sent to protect Mic nonunion men, as it was foi.nd tlat the  most serious-disturbances  would occur in the vicinity of these stables/  Judge Kohlsaat of the United States  ciicnit court  today  granted an  injunction   to  the   Employers  Asso- -  -    ciation     of  Chieago...reslrainiiig  all  persons froiii iuterferring with     the  ).��������� ������������������' movements of the Association's wag-'  ons upon ,fche streets or in any way  obstructing the business of the mem-  hcis of the Association.    The injunction is  temporary' and  is  returnable  May  10.      It is specifically directed  against the teamsters. -<j������int council  of    Chicago.   Immediately following  the     granting of the injunction the  Chicago Employers'  Association placarded  all  its wagons  with  notices  leading:  "The United States Circuit  Court     has  enjoined   interference of  any kiiid with  this property and its  drivers."   *���������!   (Associated Press Despatches.)  " Kamranh Kay,  April 28.���������Thc'Rus-  rian  squadron' with   its   transports,  left its last slopping place Wednesday evening for an unknown destination.   Thc warships were provisioned  for six  , months,, and it ,is.thought  here that they were bound for Vladivostock by .way i of the Pacific. Four  German eollicrs: arrived at Kamranh  Bay  too late  to  proceed  with   -the  squadron, but' they "subsequently,, sailed in 4-he. same 'direction "in an affort  to catch up to. it. Vice Admiral Nc-  bogaloif's  division  was  expected - to  arrive, yesterday in Indo-Chinese" waters,' where'.it',is believed thc Admiral will receive.instructions regarding  tlic  place "where he is  to  form-" a  juncture 'with-Admiral Rojestvensky,  whose    squadron" -embodies 25 warships, including, a repairing ship and  a water tank:  WARSHIPS7SIGHTED?.- ,*��������� .  Penang'  Straits  Settlements,   April ,28.���������The'British; \teamer CatherT  ine  Apacar,  which   arrived here  today   from   Calcutta,,  reports  having-'  passed two detachments' of -eight and  seven  wars]iipsr respectively  last evening sixty miles south-of'Penang.  They  were-heading, for Singapore. '  WARSHIPSf STRENGTHENED.  J long. Kong,   Apiiil, 28.���������Tlie, dpck-j  yard at Kowlbon lias replaced  three  45-ton,   wirc-.wourid   12-inch  barbel.'. ���������'  guns   of,, the--.Britiaih  battleships- A1-'  Irion   and   Glory.     Experts  consider'  lhis   s-to  lie" a notable achievement',  showing  lhat  the Kowloon dockyard*  is  an   imuoriant factor  in  the    efficiency     of  the British Far Eastern  squadron. .  (Associated Press Despatches.) '  Sixteen men were  killed and     another will die as the result of    an  explosion at the Eleanora shaft near  Big Run.    The mine  was owned and  operated  by  the Rochester. &  Pittsburg Coal &  Iron  Company,  anil is  a comparatively     new shaft,  having  been opened  two years ago.  The  mine  was  thought  to  be  free  from    dangerous   gases     The  night  shift was small or there-would have  The Revolutionists are Pi o-  ceeding to Besiege  Manakah  The Orthodox Church Sol-  emnly.Commemorates  Passion Week  BIDS FAREWELL  (Associated  Press  Despatches.)  Ilodeida, Yemen Province, Ai.uhia,  Wednesday, April 20.���������Sanaa, < ili3  capital city of Yemen province, 'capitulated to the insurgents during the  becn more fatalities. Every man ,'night of April 2������Ifh. The rcvolulion-  who was in the mine at lhc time of is(s are now proceeding to bet* fgc  the explosion except, one, i.s reported Manakah. The latter has a gainson  killed.    Three  bodies   have   thus  far   'of-5,000   men,   but the  troops   *aic  The  Sun Shines   Brightly  and the Superstitious are  Disturbed  been recovered.  mutinous.   Jews who left. Sanaa before __the surrender and  who have arrived at Ilodeida say tin (own was  subjected  to -constant  night attacks,  Ihe garrison^ was hard  pressed   -and  provisions     were    -exhausted.    The  scene- of  the fight of. March   301 h,  OBJECTION  CONSIDERED  CANAL COMMENCED.  Sand-  Hill  ,N.Y., .Apiil 28.-Thc  first shovel full of dirt from 4'ie 101-  0(0,000 dollar barge canal  was rais-.  ed  at  Port    Miller,   this  township,;.  yesterday. /  This is oh a contract to"   southward  of  Sanaa-when the  Syr-  construct ������ lock 400 feet long $r/ 120   ian  reserves sent  to  the relief     of  feet wide. .Where an artificial water-| Sanaa were ciushingly defeated,'was  way    enters Hudson  River at  Fort  jsticwn with   the bodies  of dead soldiers.  A despatch received at Constantinople from I-Todeida say the revolutionists have surrounded thc town of  "Vlanakh, an important strategical  position between Hodeida and Sanaa  Distmbances have hioken out among  the Tuikish troops at Medina he-  cause the only food the men received  for four davs consisted of biscuits.  Miller,and a similar lc*ck eight miles  Fort Miller, including nine miles of  ���������digging.  CANADIAN "  MUNICIPALITY  New York]  April  28.���������The following     ahdress was delivered by Win.  Bennatt     Munroe,  on  conditions  in  Canadian  municipalities,  before  the  National  Municipal     League    today.  .The-progress of urban concentration  in- Canada has. not hem sufficiently  rapid to render tlie problem of"municipal'adurinisLraiioit difficult of solution, for while duiing  the last three  decades  the .proportion  of the total  population of ���������tlie Dominion contained within towns ^and cities of  over  5,OQ0 has  increased from twelve  to  twenty-four per cent.    This increase  has been extremelv uncertain and uu'  steady.       Furthermore,   it   lias   not  been accompanied,  as  in the United  ARRESTED  FOR MURDER  (Associated Press Despatches.)  Rodney, Ont., April 28.���������Alex.  Wills was lodged in jail at St. Thomas last night charged with the  murder of Eliza Lowry here last  week. Mrs. Bciij. Covell, whose contradictory stories have convinced lhe  authoiities that she is attempting lo  shield ,ihe guilty party, was (also .arrested,  but owing  to the condition of  (Associated Press Despatches.)  St. Petersburg, April 28.��������� Three  days' hard fasting picceding Easter,  accompanied hy solemn seivicc com- j  memorative of Clnist's passion, began today. Business of every char-  aclei ceased and all the government  departments were closed. The alarm  ing ieporls*birculatcd during the last  few days apparently had little effect  on the si/e of (he crowds which  fluongi'd the chinches wheic the tragedy of Calvaiy was vividly re-cu--  ���������aeted.   The day was also marked by  the     oil-'scivariec   of   the   tiaditioual  ceremonies of  freeing  birds,   lighting  bonnies and  placing holy  bread    in  bins,   but   the  biifthl   sunshine     did  not  lail   lo  make   a deep   impression  on  (he superstitious in  the midst of  gloomy forebodings i of e\il being an  augury of drought,  and  crop failure,  which, in Russia, i.s synonymous with)  famine  and  disaster The  diplomatic  corps  ai ten led  lhc  service at      St.  Isaacs' iCatliedial.   Every member of  thc  Onhodox chinch  took  communion  today,  (he Empcior and the Iin- r  penal   family   attending   the  service  Dr. Osier[s Address to  His Professional Fellows Before Leaving for Oxford  The  |Doctor Speaks   on   Unity,  Peace and Concord to a  Crowded House  (Associated Press Despatches.')  New York,  April 28.���������A special to  the Woild from Baltimore says Doc  tor William Osier this afternoon  (Thursday) made his farewell address to the medical profession of  Baltimore-before leaving for his post  as Regius professor in the Univeisi-  i.y of Oxford. The titles of Doctor's  address was "Unity, Peace and Concord."  McCoy ,1-Iali, of John Hopkins Uni-  vcisity, was crowded with prominentl  physicians, some from a distance. In  part, ,Dr. Osier said:  "1  leave you today in charity..;   I'  have fried to harm no man,r though  I may have shot an arrow heie end  there and struck some one in the dis  tance.   If so, I how ask pardon.     1  have striven with no man for I nave  a. deep  conviction  of  the hatjfuinrss  of     stiife'and its utter uselessnoss.  'To you     all,  my brethern,   to you  labor     in great fields  in    ue  /counties  and taking the sacrament at lhc lwul,1"ua doing a great work tor  chapel oflhe Alexandra Palace at sma" teturns- aml (o -���������u who f'n"  Tsirskoe-Sclo     * jease  in m  the si)ecial   branches  of  Permission   has   been   granted      to !thc Passion,   I. leave lo you    -the  publish  in  the capital a  Jewish'pa-   neatest of all living, charity  A  TALE  OF  BUTCHERY.  - Seattle,   April   28.-���������Wholesale     beheading  and  butchering  of  Filipinos  is a stoiy brought by  the officers of  the steamship Minnesota, and is confirmed by lhe Bontoc Igorrotes, now  in Seattle.    They state that Lieut.  \V. D. Harris, supply officer, and acting chief inspector of constabulary,  recently    met     stubborn   resistance  from  the Igorrotes  when he visited  their district,   The trouble is said to  he the result of unnecessary display  of  power by Lieutenant-Governor   D.  .  Folkmar of Bontoc subprovincc,* led  soiul glory.  7 lo ovcit acts by his  desire for per-  Early  in    January  last Governor  Folkmar,   with  a bodyguard  of  fourteen men under a native ^ sergeant, in  ��������� creased  by a party  of some fifty cog-  ldorcs   (burden carriers)   bearing      a  large  quantity-  of    personal  cflects,  ���������-camping, utensils,   etc.,   and  himself  riding in slate on a litter carried by  four  cogidores,   armed   with  spears,  shields and alluas (head axes), and  at Dacahui  he secured  live more.  The succeeding announcement that  many Igorrolrs had been added to  his.party increased the suspicion    of  . ���������'>i>"se- 'iii'���������the towns along thc trail,  and at Igulon, a small barrio on the  .side of the mountains, several Igor-  ro to boys appeared and from a high  cliff threw a few bamboo spears down  upon the rear of the train as it was  winding its way along .the. devious  paths and then disappeared in the lores t.  Governor Folkiiiar, highly ���������incensed  fired his gun at the retreating boys  from his litter, and the soldiers also  fired several rounds.  -'Aroused to the fighting pitch, the  party proceeded to Lubu, where tho  news of the shooting at Ibulcn' having preceded them, most of thc inhabitants had fled to the hills, but M am, peaCLl[ul mcalis woukl have  for some reason several volleys were--.,    syilll>a1.hy and  blessing.  The ���������Pontiff, presented Mr.  Redmond  Beilin,     April  28.���������The  German's'  wish  that the-American Chamber of  Commerce here, should  change     its  name has  been  so  firmly expressed,  that the  directois  of  the  Chambcis  determined today -to recommend that  the name be changed  to  the American  Association  of  Commerce     and  Trade. "The icasoiis are set forth in  a letter to thc menbers, and in part  are:   Mr.  Towers, the American ambassador,     found   that  the  German  government was definitely  and   unalterably opposed to .-the name, American Chamgiler of Commerce.' The proposition, as explained to  the board,  is  that  the German government has  no  objections  whatever to an association  devoted  precisely   to  the  objects   for   which   the   Chamber       of  Commerce  was  organized,   but  that  the  Chambers  of Commerce in Germany   aie   government   institutions,  chartered    by ;   the State, and have  certain defined government  privileges  that cannot be conferred upon a foreign institution within German.jurisdiction.  ���������    o   .    HIS HOLINESS RECEIVES.  (Associated Press Despatches.)  Rome, April 27.���������The Pope received, in private audience the Right Rey  John Cameron, Bishop of ;St. John's  and John Redmond, the Irish leader.  In. receiving Mr. Redmond the Pontiff enquired most, kindly into the religious, political and industrial development, of Ireland and expressed  complete sympathy with the Irish  National party, which he termed the  defenders of the Catholic,religion in  Ireland. He also sat-d the National  Party's efforts to achieve liberty for  Ireland mid full civic alld religious  rights  ' for the. Irish /people by law-  States, bv any marked, concentration I,,   .,',,,     , ,,  ,       ,,,     ,  .,��������� ,.  ,     .-       3 .        .    .     .      , her health she will be allowed tore-  of     foreign emigrants  m   Lie larger   i , ,       , '   ,      ,, ,,,   -  .*?        ,s      . ...      main at her home under the guaid of  centres, these havs in the main dis-   r,      ....     ���������     _ ,,,     r.       ,   ,,      , ,  .  .,      '    ., . ,, .    .Constable   Dug-gaM    Campbell until  triuuted   themselves   over   the   agn-    ,r       ...       ,    *      ... .  "        "Mav   1th,   when   preliminary  hcnriii'';  cultural regions of the Noith west. In  framing   their   general   chailer   laws,  and in  formulating  special charters  for cities,  the provincial authoiities  have be3n  guided  partly  by  English  and   paitly   by   American  evpeiicncc.  Variations in the stnictme or Lhc  Municipal   organizations   in  the  different provinces are a I In but able    to  this diversity of influence.    Tn general, thc maritime provinces have .borrowed  largely  from  England,   while  Ontario, | Quebec and  thc      western  provinces have been disposed  lo    incorporate into  their municipal     systems     ma/ny   features   dislincluycly  Ameiican.  will   lake     place   before   Magiisliatc  Hum.  AS OTHERS SEES US.  In a recent issue Collieis says, regarding the now settled "wig question:"  Thc co'medic  statesmen of  British  Columbia are divided  over the  ponderous question as  to   whether      (he  judges of that  prouncc  will  he  *-*'!.-.-  er in  equity  and  fairer  in  law       ii  their stationary brain-cells he   clothed    with     wigs of red  hair,    ''nil  splendor is harmless, even if it is a  trifle costly, and there is economy in  maintaining a legislature  that      cm  consume public time and money    in  silly debate.    Did not such frivolous  issues     engage    their   'minds,   (hey  might {.urn, -as. have the Migust i.od-  ies of neighbor Stales, into a     -.a>  oy of Errors, and disport themselves  in  promulgating ways and   neai-;  .o  plunder      the    unsuspecting    public.  '*  FAVORED  AMERICANS.  (Associated Press Despatches.)  St. Thomas, Out., April 2S.���������Judge  Winchester has concluded  an  investigation heie into the alleged discrimination  against  Canadian employees  by I'eie Marquette in favor of Americans. iE\idence of witnesses pointed strongly  to  the fact    that      the  chaiges weie true.  per'in the Hebrew .language,  to   be  called "-The'VVay."   So far as known  this is the fust time a paper publish-  in Ilehiew has been  authorized     in  Russia.   The newspaper's recent protest   in   the Bntisb   pi ess   over   the  capture of ships loaded wilh contraband,   hound  for -Japan,   pertinently  pointing out  thai  they 'displayed no  concern  about the many ships hound  for   Vladivostock,   which   weie   taken  by the Japanese.  II  is' now time that the .homeopathic     hrethern -were coming  ' llo  thc fold.    II is now long past   the  lime     when    a dilTcience    in drugs  should separate men with the    same  hope.    The'homeopathic  are  awake  but  they  must  icalize  the anomaly  of their position.   Thc original -quarrel is ours,   but they should not al--  low Ihemselves to be separated hy a  shibboleth  that is inconsistant with  llic-ii   practice today.    And  i,ha ' .nt  in   the  roibe  of Esculapius is re  gjiovous   in   this   country   than    lso,  wheic in thc world.  "Like    thc  Church,   the  physician  had three enemies, 'namely, ignorance  which  is  sin,  jpalhy,   which  is  the  world, and uce,  which is the devil.  This  helpless   ignorance  of the people  must be lighted  .   The most dangerous foe is  apathy,  which (;oes       lo  counterbalance  tne  ad\an'c of  modi-  cine in the last century. What advan���������  fage is Hero iu piospcnly when the  comfoils      ui    life  are not enjoyed?  What  advantage   has   the  little  red  scl ojl house  when in many    f     ihe  most important relations oi life we   "  have     failed      to   make  use  ot  cur  knowledge against vice.   We have to  wage cons Ian t7**-warf are advising the  younj, against the evils of impurity.'  PATTER^  SON TRIAL  CHANGE  OF  RESIDENCE.  Toronto,   April   23.���������Rev.   Chancellor Wallace,  of Mc Mas tor University  has  received   a call   to   the   Baptist  Church,   Lowell,  Mass.    11 Is  likely  lie will accept.   v   CARDINAL DEAD.  Cardinal Audita. A. Juli, Aichbfeh-  op of Verona, who for some time  has bein sulTeung seriously from liver trouble, died .today. He was horn  in Italy in 1S-19 and was created a  cardinal in .1903.  RUSSIAN' BARON ATTACKED.  Milan,  Courtland  Russia, April  28  ���������The    estate    of Baron  Held,   near  here   has   been   plundered   hy   armed  peasants.    The  baron was assaulted  ���������and almost killed.  _ o   PREPARING   FOR   EASTER.  (Associated Press Despatches.)  New York, April 28���������Mrs   Margaret   "i oung,   widow  ot  Ceasar  Young,  was  on  the stand  yeslrrday in     the  dial  of  Nan Patterson,  and-as she  testified     her  ejus    would  (ill with  leais.      The Patterson girl dropped  her eyes  when she saw  the  witness,  an-d did    not laisc them until after  Mi.*,. Young was through giving   hcr  testimony.    The  prosecution endeavored lo introduce iu thc evidence    a  letter pui polling to show  lhat  Miss  Patterson coiicsponded  with     otli3ir  men nt the tune she piofessod  to he  devoid  (o Young.    This letter, how-  evc-i,   was  not. admitted  ns  eu'dence.  Thc    Iellcr     that Mis.   J.  Morgan  Smith, sistci of jllic defendant, wrote  to  \ oung,  in winch she said     Miss  Patterson was  ''frantic"   and which  was  admitted  at   thc previous  trial,  was  also     ruled  out.    As   Recorder  ���������'  Goff gave his decision on   this point, :  the accused girl  smiled.    This ruling ?  was   considered   a strong   point      for l  the dclVn.se,  as  the conspiracc charge j  against   the'Smith's  was   based     on  this letter.  Mrs.      Smith     was  called  stand and  told  of her  visit  to  California  in flic spring of   HW'5,  where  PREDICTS REVOLUTION IN SIX MONTHS  '���������In every village and hamlet in/as one can imagine.  Russia there is an organization of I "And under the stolid expressions  socialists and terrorists. These'arc-.''of the wTbrkihg people theieis a fire  working quietly, but none thc* less sir-o. Idering that will soon break  energetically towards one end, the; out. Even the most igno-rant are  lieeing of Russia from autocracy. It: getting their eyes opened to the fact  will probably be six months before that the Little Father is blind and  everything is ready for the grand'unhealing and cares nothing for them  coup. When it comes, however, it Their idol has becn shattered, and  will Le the greatest revolution     the  they don't care what happens, Noth.-  I  ' she  I  ier sister and Young       to-  British  Columbia is .lo -be eongratu- ,  U,e  ceremony of    compounding  Ihe .holy  oil used  in   the most sacred rites oi  .     .,   ,���������     ���������.      ,     ....       , lather.    Later, when Airs. Sim th saw  Moscow,  April 28.���������The traditional   *       .... ��������� .    ,     .       .,,.;��������� ���������  '      ' 'Nan  in  New ^ ork she found her in a  world has ever seen.    And it is coming���������nothing on earth can stop it."  D. J. Burnett, a San Francisco  man who has lived in Russia for  moie than a year, and who was in  tins city yesterday, makes tins statement , says the Seattle P ���������I. A  foimer newspaper man and a student  of character, Mr. Burnett 1 as lr ci  among the people of Russia and has  succeeded in grasping thouuighiy  their mode  of thought To a   re  porter  of  the    Post-1 iiulligencer,   ho  said-  "The country, every foot of il,   is  steeped in ignorance and vice   Official  circles are honeycombed with conup-  ticn.       The visitor sees nothing     of  this  in passing- tnrough the country.  All he sees is the stolid and   patient  faces   of     a long  suffering   peasantry  and the glitter of tinsel   of     oTieial  life.      It   ih.es no L   loo ;   I.a 1 - ai       I :  surface,  but  probe  dawn  a little and  the conditions     aie f-niud   in he    ;:l  most more than le.oitin.];..  "With 'braft' for its keynote, (he  oilicial' life in Russia, under lhe s>n  seeing eyes of a czar, is tottering.  ,, {Everyone is at the throat of the oth-  ' cr fellow. All of them Tear that  'they will sonic day be tripped up,  and there is a wild scramble lo attain a small fortune before the climax comes.   Intrigue is rampant'  at  ing can make the'i'i" condmons worse  than it is now, :>na they are ready  for anything. The} are just awaiting for the  wont  fiointhe leaders.  "1 ha'L li.ed i ^ht among the peasants ol Ru.'sn It is pitiful to  hea' them tal-, after vou have once  won their confidence, about thc pies-  'iit v.ai 'What care wc uhat becomes of our country?' they say.  'Why Munld not thc Japanese defeat  . s' if Hi-\ jidrd ns, could things  e \ ii ' i ' V e i ,i M ������,iv'e up o"ii sons  lor He aimj , at id our money to keep  up (he war. We are not asked whe-  thei we wanted the war or not, but  !t is just wo vho carry on (he war  wilh-iives nnd money. It is taxes,  (axes and alwajs taxes. Millions of  es  slu\c  -so that   a few may   live   in  lll.XUIJ.'  "Tl.eie arc capabilities for great  .���������;,)( J i'.i i!e Kr.ssYn-lower classes it  ihi.v are only gi" c:i a chance to dc-  ��������� i-'r>;i ihe'i-srl ��������� c-s.. They are big-  h. ailed and kind, and most nf their  vi.'es arc vices of the ignorant. A  ceMury of freedom would make'Russia, a truly wonderful nation. Hut it  is unfitted for ?clf-g'o,verniuc-nt now,  the people 1 mean. They need a firm  hand, albeit a wise one and a gentle  one (o guide them. Thev want a  government th;-' would strike a hap-  nv medium, say  between England and  lated   that     she has  simplified  complexities of life so far  that  her  the capital,    intrigue   as   disgraceful   Germany,  fired into thc town.   The soldiers re- (  ported having found several dead-children,  women and  old men.  At Bontoc. it is asserted by the-Igorrotes, the armed Igorrotes on their  with a    portrait    of"himself bearing  the   following autograph  inscription:  "To    our    'beloved    .son  Redmond,  leader    of    the  Irish      party  in  the  slopped at Lubu and cut off several  heads from the, slain and on their arrival���������home they were greeted with  loud acclaim by their people, a canao  (great feast) at which fifty carahao  , were eaten, being ordered. It lasted  eight days.  way home lo Hasoa from Marbontoc,   IInl!SC of    Commons   ' with the wish  that he, together with his cvpfcally 'he-  loved colleagues' using- all legal and  pacific means, may win that liberty  which makes    for  the welfare of the  greatest  question  of  state     >\v  "Rcd Wigs or No."  : + :���������.  IS  the Orthodox church began in      thc  Kremlin  today  and will continue for  three days, accompanied  by the continual chanting of relays of monks.  The White Pass    Company expects ;    to do a large business  in the-  North :  this season, since the reports      from   SEVENTEEN SOLDIERS KILLED  Dawson,   Atlin  and  other  points   in-        (Associated   Press  Despatches.)  dicate    a large,  if not larger   clean- i  up than last "year.���������News-Advertiser.  j highly   nervous   condition.   She   was  hysterical,  and crying,  and  appeared =  .to be l.iboring under a nervous strain j CABLE   RATES.  i "She was almost frantic" said     the' _  !witness.    Mrs.  Smith   told   of   Miss   '    Montreal,   April   28.-Thc   Canadian  iPatterson's expectations of marrving   Pacific     ^way     Company s   lee-  ! Young,   that Miss  Patterson secured   S^'aph announce that the new cables  'a divorce with such purpose in mind.   i!1    connection with the Commercial  Mrs:   Smith  said   her   sister's   name   Pacific Cable have-been laid to,  thc  PROUBLE   AT   PANAMA.  (Associated Press Despatches.)  Panama, April 27��������� All the Jamia-  ca contract laborers working at the  aqueduct today quit work, alleging  insufficient  food  as  the  cause.       Six  Constantinople, April 28.���������A cara-  , van  of   Egyptaiu   pilgrims  returning  from Mecca, was attacked recently by  I a numerous hand of Arab insurgents  ,; near Yamho, Arabia, 125 miles from  j Medina.   Seventeen Egyptian'soldiers  escorting  the pilgrims-were killed.  Caroline Islands and the Dutch East  Indies,   and  are now open  f  use at  the following  rates:  From  San Francisco  to  the Caroline     Ts-  "I  whink,"   said   the  gay youth's  .     .      father,  "it's about  lime you stopped  policemen,   who  were, summoned     by   ms_ foolishness aml. bl.gau fo ftC.qWrc  Engineer Bnrril   to compel the   men  to work, were badly beaten and Bar-  Catholic ; church and  the whole conn-   men re-established order and prevent-  try,  we imparl     our apostolic benediction with particular affection."  ril himself was stoned. Armed police-  ed- a riot.  a.little wisdom."  "My  scheme," ' replied   1he  youth,  '''is  toi acquire wisdom by first   determining how foolish I can be."  i   '^ '\  is now Anna Fli/.ahjf.th Randolph.^Vf- ,,.  ter  Young's dead,.  Mrs.  Smith  said   Indics.   and  arc. now open  for public  she     gave the     law firm    of    Levy  and Youinrcr about a hundred letters ���������..-  lands,  one dollar and five cents;   lo  : the Dutch East Indies, Java, one  dollar and eight cents;  Sumatra and  ���������' other islands, one dollar and eighteen cents per word.  I lhat   Young had  written   to  hcr  sis  ' ter.  GENERAL  LEE  ILL.  MOOSE JAW'S   POPULATION.  Washington,   D.C.,   April   28.���������Genera!   Pil/.hugh Lee,  on  his  way from  Boston   lo  Washington,  was  stricken Moosejaw,      April 28.���������By  the as-  witii apui'lexy shortly after the train sessment of   1905,  Moosejaw has     a  left   i lail. m  River  Station.   His  left population of   5.300.    The  total  as-  side   wa:.:   affected.    A   physician     is sessment   is   $2,fl2fi,150,   of      which  with him on the train.                     ��������� "$2,180,125 is  taxable property.  P.  O.  OFFICIALS STRIKE.  Fairbanks, April 28.���������Upon receipt  of advices from the department at  Washiogton that, the ��������� postoffice at  Tail banks would be allowed only $250  to cover all expenses went out on  strike, and the mail is being handled  ���������by volunteer help, only one member  of the regular staff remaining al his  post of duly.  It is understood that the city will  have to provide a building- for post-  office purposes and also stand the  exi ense of extra clerk hire, and it  was because of (his that the postoffice force declined to remain in - tho  service. ��������� ,u  No explanation accompanied the ad.  vices. It was expected that the office would receive sufficient money  to pay all operating expenses, as  Fairbanks is now one of the most  important camps in Alaska.        ,     i;  i I.'!: #���������"���������>'���������  UgiJJL'illliSgS!  ������ammit^!!S?  THE DAILY LEflGER  pubiisned   every day except Sunday.  BY        THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  '    Offices,   Ladysmith and Duncans  '.     SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  80 cents "a month;    $5  per year   in  advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  FRiDAY,: A'P.RIL   28th,   1005.  ROYAL. INCOGNITO.  ,!BBL.;.'.-_IP_  \V\NT   1**-''a'LJSH   fiJKLS.  'Beiiiaiuin Piper, a real estate agent afWapella, N.W.T.. was inler-  viewvA i\hile pas-dug thiough Ottawa on his way to "'Montical, and  thence to Yorkshiie, England, on a  niis.sir.n of impoi lance lo at least a  l-oi lion  or   the   territories.  Theie  is  adeaith  of  maiden   ladies  in     the  portion   of'-Canada   ranging  from.Brandon/west, ,to Saskatchewan  and Mr.,Piper has a delicate mission,  whichis to  bring back'al least fifty  lassies;    In, that/region ';competent,  well-trainr.-d   servants  are  al  a    pre-,  miu'm, /and as for marriag-a".b girls  ���������t-lie settlers there are .in -dispai.r-, for/  they  see  a. li ie-Jong .'bachelorhood is  staring; i hem in'the. face-   There are-  no t   nearly'ras many   wonien  as  men  in the new territories.  At     weekday   prayeuncutingb   vulgar  stories   and   exclamations   ami      ob-  *-cene  songs  are sung.   Yet   they give  tithes    ( f all     they  possess   lo   the  chinch.  HOUSEHOLD  HINTS.  DAILY LSSSBR  imniiiirw-i,"*���������*������'-*r'    "  aiMM  ug^cwwatfMliMtt  NO.  680,  F.  LADYSMITH AERIE  0. E.     :���������:"       :���������'���������        '������������������:        ���������'���������i  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  3rd Tuesday  at 7.SO p.m.   Worthy  President,  B   Forcimmer;      Worthy  Se'retary,  C H.  Rummings.  It mavhave occurred to some peo- i i: There is: nothing*, in the .way of a  Pie as thev noted ICiat the" Kin* in- i.Jo!.e. about Sir- Piper's mission. He  ���������ends lo;.cnjoy his holiday by kcepin- U^nds.Ab: brine   the : voting   women  a istrict incognito, lo ask the exact  'interpretation of the term, evidently,  -there is nothing,iii the nature of disguise, intended,, for wc are also informed of His Majesty's 'itinerary  and I lie names of ' nobjli lies who accompany' him, and of those whom he  will meet.    ���������  " ."Incognito,"'.' i.s,  in  fact,'   simply'a  ilijiloinylic-fiction; and it has coine to  .' -iiiican  that a     monarch  pursuing"his  ���������'journey simply     desires  to'avoid the  oilicial;- ceiC'inoiiiis     due. lo his  rank  that  would  otherwise   be'obligatory.  ���������Tlie term   itself is  oi Italian origin..  The nobles     of  Italy,   who ruled the  '���������..country a"t; a certain epoch like so ma  ./ny. minor   despots,   used   occasionally  ;to; renounce'     their  rank temporalily,  ���������.and 'this  was:   indicated by the curi  plains-of their carriages  being drawn  ,"dov.'ii,7and:the insignia ol their stale  ���������;  being    'removed.   This      was    called  i .;traveli'-iig inepgnito  -���������Caidinalsv���������.������������������u'n'dci      similar  circum-  : s'lanecs used  to ta--e ofi thc redcap.  ,     The use of   incognito does not ncc  : essai'iiy-meari .adopling the condition  i: /of W private In'div ulual.  '���������:��������������������������� V.'..Quccii:Victoria  was  accustomed   tt  .:-travel'-'.under this- guise on account ol  ' lior'Ale.sirc^ to   -'moid   manifestaliun*-  ;   arid  receptions, 'but    apart  from  tlii*  her accessories  of     voyage were  not  ��������� Vgrviafly r different      from    what   i*.c>  ,-:Vvould  have1    been  in     her   state  a.->  '���������-(.Jueen.   She usualIv adopted the nam.  of/'Countess of. . Balmoral, and as  ,  geiieial - rule a  iiH.iiarch   travelling in  .'���������'<��������� ogiiito   1.hrough! ,i     foreign  cointr\  .will lie known '.   by one of his verita  ;������������������' hie,.though 'not-easily ciled,   lilies.  '���������Thus' -the'  "King,   when     Prince  r.  ���������::: JValfs\was     occasionally   designate.l  y.tM; ;r)uke, - of ..'��������� Cornwall.   At  otht  V't:iiue>; lie has been Earl of Chester.  ���������;".���������'"-'':.:;;Jnoiig'iiitees  of     lhis soil     are,   <>'  course,  semi-public,  and  it may  hr.p  ''pen that more     significance is  to  he  .TrTached to a visit  under such condi  .H'lions than when' a  monarch  followed  ���������  the strict protocol.  Ife has the oivpoi tunity of uiecliii.-.  peis.oiiages . whose   presence olherwis.*  .might cause     discussion  in "the. dij-  /   lomalic-"      world,   and   his   conversations niay  he. freer and  more friend-'  ���������"������������������ ]y.    ���������  V    In the present case, .the French, on  "(Continued .on Page Three.)  i a";k with .him and': though., they, may  start   work   as   (.kiincstk-s,   there.     is  every probabilily  thaln'iosl of them  will     soon  ��������������������������� be;niarriod.   Situations  lave  already /been   .secured   for   these  :i,ir"ls, en.l   in  some  cases   their, cm-  i.lc.yci'.s have .paid /the cost  of trans-  iiorfation  of  their future help.       As  i'or   the  girls,   it  will,   of ���������(���������purse,  de-"  pei.'.l  on  fliciusi 1 ."es  entirely   whether  th y   will   remain   long  as   servants,  mi!king  '.'he  cows  and  calling  in  the  hired help  to  their meals, or  whetb-  r   theirs   will I.it. the hand   Ihal.'.'ock-  ing  the cradle,  rules the/ world.  WORLD OK   Id!)      SOILS.  Far away   in   the Southern   Pacific  i.Ik-   Pflcairu   Islandrrs,   lo   the   number of UiO,  sons of  the  Empire   like  jur.-elves,   live   their  lives   in   rarely  bro'en  solitude���������in  ii  world   apart.  At tiie request of the high cum-  mis.sioi.cr for the Western Pacific,  Air. R. T. Simois has recently p-aid  lhe island a visit, and thc results of  his ohhcivances'of this curious com-  mi-uily arc embodied in a penny pam  ph'.*' ���������������������������'���������'Colonial Reports, Miscellaneous, No. 3(1"���������issued by the Colonial 'office.  . 'j'iieui morals are bad. They steal,  hiv.wi; and swear ciMisiderahly; happily, t-hry are- teetotal. Cousuiiip-  tio'i, lupus, and asthma exisl among  Ih .a, aud their front leelh are had  ��������� 1 he only visible.rc.su!I of intennar-  rii'ge.  Thev arc-  all  Seventh   Day   .\dven-  lists,     and   scrupulous   in   obs-crvin',  1'ie Sal hit li, when I hey dress in  their  '.-est and   look  clean   and   wholesome.  A weak solution of alum or soda will  revive the colors in a dusty carpet.  Equal parts of skimmed milk aud  water warmed will remove fly specks  from varnished woodwork or furniture.  The doors; casings and surbase of  rooms when in natural finished wood  should have an occasional rub with au   ^    smithy li.   o  oiled rag.' "-./'  l Oilcloth may be brightened by an occasional coat of varnish or by rubbing  with kerosene once a : month. Both  treatments add to ihe durability of  the oilcloth.  A vooui/used for dancing should be  well ventilated and well lighted���������tho  ventilation for health's sake and the  lighting to enhance the effect of tho  jewels and drosses. ���������.-,/'���������  It is well to remember when papering ii small room-that blue iu nil light  shades makes a room look longer.  Dark colors or papers with large patterns have the opposite effect.  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*  ��������������������������� Plans,   Specifications  and   De--  '*��������� tails     uirnishekl for all kinds  ���������* of work in thc CARPENTER  ������������������ Line  ** C.   B.   ROBELEE,   Carpenter  ���������* and  Joiner,      2nd ave,  Lady-  **  ^���������UTsT^wvc,  ,!ijm,'4Jjmi^3JXJ^^yj-i.L^r!Sf.  Esquimait  ci M  *e������s -  "  %������  V  EASTER HOLIDAYS  Via the pscvples^favorite  J. PiERCY m CO.  WHOLESALE DRVOOODS.  Victoria, 'B.  C.  ftlaniifacLurers of the'Celebrated  IRONCLAD BRAND  of  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,'  JUMPERS,'  PA.NTS,  SHIRTS. ETC.  ' i  Attention is called  fo the''   fact that the .  Ogilvie Flour flMIs Co ,  Limited,  makers  of  ROYAL HOUSETI    OLD   .FLOUR,     have for some lime  ".past. been producing flour in a    vastly  improved  and  purified   form  ,  by Ihe.aidof      ELECTRICITY     '    ���������  and  having secured control  of, all Uic basic patents relating there- ...  lo, take this opportunity of a dvising  the  public   thai  any  unauthorized users of the electrical    Hour  purifying  processes   will be pro-  "���������ecu ted. ,        ~~  Ogivie Tlour Mill's' Company    Limtied  are tlie only millers iix  Canada whose, Flour  I purified by the electric process  rs-  This   Motel  has   been  completely  renovated.  Hoard and Lodging $1-00 per'day.  HOTEL. PRETORIK  Bar  Supplied   with   thc  Best  t.iiiuors and Cigars  JOHN   THA,  Proprietor  Wines,  Under New Mar a-: men  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B.C.  McKinnell k Woodbank  Proprietors.  ���������Modern and      Strictly   First Class.  Commercial  Wens'  headi.u.irters.  Imi-c Proof     Ihiildiiiif.  NOTICE.  rnyxlcal  CuHure.  Real beauty means that you must  take care of your health, which is lhe  foundation and structure of good looks,  says  the Chicago Kecord-llernld.    It f      d    uslng our    Pa(,e���������t  means that you must chase away from      * e"        c-nilI,PIS arim- this notice,  the lial.it of "saying things" when you    Bottle or Suoppeu* allu  this nonet,  feel out of sorts,   it meiins that you   will he prosecuted.  must take "the straps and buckles of RUMMING BROS,  prejudice and petty opinions off your   pioneer Soda  Water Works  1       Double  Train  Service  in effect  from  l-'riday;  Apiil   2let,   until     Monday,   Apiil  2-lth.,  inclusive,  the afternoon trains running on same schedule  aSv. Wednesday,   Satin day  and  Sunday afternoon  trains.  '" "'Excursion rates  available to and ��������� from    all '- stations,      tickels_ being  good "from  Friday, April 21si   tint-1   "Monday,   Apiil. 2-ilh.  GIj:0.'L. COURTNEY.-  ���������> >        Traffic Manager.  Q   Overjands  I      Daiiy  I  heart and your brain, aiid that you  must bo great and big of soul, loving  humanity, appreciating life, enjoying,  studying, working, achieving, dreaming nnd making each day better. The  word beauty covers a multitude of  goodnesses, line qualities, sympathies,  affections and honesty. It is not meio-  ly a matter of bombarding complexion  ills, wearing n dip belt ami growing a  pompadour as big as a Hubbard  squash. It is by creating a definite  goal of perfection toward which every  good impulse will help you.  PAINTING,    PAPEK     HANC1ING  ETC.  Work done properly and at, right  prices. Shop and residence in rear  of Ladysmith Hotel.  J.  E. SMITH, Prop.  Ladysmith, B.C.  Q YSTAL LAUNDRY  Leave orders with  BLAIR.  &   ADAM.  All work first-class at THE CIIRY  iTAL,   VICTORIA.  The City Market  R. Williamson, Prop.,  1st Ave,       Ladysmith  The Ladysmitli  Opera House  Can be secured for Theatrical purposes, Dancing Paities, or Entertainments generally.  F>   NICHOLSON, Prop  HOTEL DOMINION  i  ���������fUte& |1.25 ui d &1.5U���������  ice bu-i to" all steamboat  laudinga am  railway depote.   Electric car0 iveiy li-.  miiiutes to all parts of   the ciiy.    Bv.,  and table nnexcelhd.  F.  BAYNKS, Proprietor,  AUI30TT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, C  &  1  aS"*"^zsa 5*  HILBERT  Passengers can leave-Victoria daily  al 8 p. in. or 11 p. m.  TICKETS SOLO TO ALL POINTS  Shortist     route Lo    Fcinie.'lL' C,  and  ALL   KOOTENA'Y POINTS.    .  For rales,      folders,     sleeping car  ieser\ations and uN  information call  on or address  S. CI. YEKKES K. J. BURNS  G.W.P.A., 75 Government st  Seattle, Wash, Victoria, B.C.  I  HOTEL     LELAND.  (T. .1. Wcllinan, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block fiom C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and rc-niodelled. Rates '$2 per  day. Corner Granville and Hastings  streets    Telephone,  1���������4.  BARBER SHOP AND BATH ROOMS  The  ESPI/A.NADK    between- the  Grand and Abbotlsford,'  William Powurs, Prop.  F. flcB Young  BARRISTOR and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO, LXDVSMITH  BOOTS AND SHOES. AT RIGHT  PRICES.-  Repairing and  making to order   ���������  speciality.  THO HAS MCE WAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  i  r  y.jiy tv-^. S^^kK^S^'i^ Si OrPlUrty-ik*'  f H^TyEE COPPER CO., Ltd.      |  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  at  xxielting Works  LADYSMITH, B.C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  THOS. KIDDIE,  Smelter Manager.  I  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  ;   . General Manager.  ft,fe������i'*te#>'*fe*''feft"fe������i'feft*fe"**^^''^*'t-'**''^l^''^**'fe"*^^  W.  SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY   ;,  WORK TROMPTLY T������ * "       .*  Leave, orders at the. Abbotsfqrd.  LADYSMllii SHAVING  .   HIGH' STREET.  :���������:���������: .Rest in the City :���������:���������j  ~ZS53ZC  KATKS Sl.an PRR DAY  S.WK'f/-; ROOMS  UAH SUri'I.lKD WITH Bl?fT  -\VINIW,' LIQUORS, CIGARS  ABBOTSFO  Best accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and Mr.hiin; in ner.r vicinity.  A. J. JVIcMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C.  3k"c**������3K������5K������>K������)K������^������3Ci-������5K������;K������5K������5K������)K<  .f:  as  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  . EXPRESS WORK   A  SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSO  |PHONE 66  ****���������  ������  NOW IS [fiti.rWE  to do Spri.ig Cleaning  I apering and  1 ainling, and  make tilings look neat and clean.  From a sanitary point of \ icw it is  absolutely necessary. We do papering  and fain ting at most reasonable rates for the" best work obtainable here.  No trouble to show you our new colorings and designs in Wall-Paoers for  Ibis season. Call and see them at ihe  Ladysmith Wall Paper Depot, 1st Avenue. A    ��������� .        '*��������� ���������'���������  HARRY KAY  F  Dealers'in"  1st Avenue,  Ladysmith B.C.  Pianos and  Organs ...  Ladysmith, B. C.  armer5  eat Market  'i,  *>  O. KODe  Prop  Merchant Tailor,  s St, Ladysmth  /,****!> ti <i^*v ^\  .COPYR1C  Solid Comfort  FOR ALL  WHO  SMOKE  THE  EHPIRE CIQARS  HENHY'S NURSfRitS  NEW CROP���������  Home Grown &  Imported  GARDEN,     FIELD     and  FLOWER  SEEDS.  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  RHODODENDRONS, ROSES.  GREENHOUSE  AND  IIAKDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read   via  the -  One Dollar Per Day.  Goocr Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Clock from Depot.)  HIGH STREET, LADYSMITH  I  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through     trains     from     thc     Pacific  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE,  THE-  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE  FASTEST  TIMK.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS  CITY,  and ALL POINTS BAST.  For complete  information  ask  your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   Agent,  151   Ycsler-, Way.  Seattle.  The  Kings  Hotel is the only  place (Sisters  meets,  in the Oddfellow's hall  in Ladysmith    that oas  on  draught   2n(l and  "Ul  '1'"csday at 7'30  P-  U1'  John Labatt's India, Pale Ale.   Call   Mrs.  Kate Tale, uecretary.  around and sample it. ,  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor.   Government      and   Yates  Sti.,  Victoria, li. C-  Trains  Transcontinenta1  Trains., Daiiy  One of which is the famous "North  Coast Limited," Ride on it always.  Up-to-date Pullman and Tourfst  sleepers on all trains. Thiough tickets issued to all paints EustT" and  South, also Pullman tickets issued  and berths reserved.  Only direct route to Yellowstone  Park. Cheap rates from all points  Easfcl from March 1st to MiVy 16th.  Steamship tickets oh sale to all  European points.' Very low rates  now in effect. Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire.  For  further  particulars call  at the.  oin or phono No. 450.  A. IV  CARLTON, 0. E. LANG  A.G.P.A.,   N.P., General  Agent  Portland,  Ore. Victoria,  B.C  LADYSMITH f  **������**$������$������X������^*X������**������-*������������������*������t>ri^  I        ~      ' i -   ��������� r  THE JONES HOTEL  n*.  "trf^   E<a  TIST  Stevens Block,  Ladysmith,  B.C.  Dfiitislry  in  all   its   Branches;  every  new  appliance.  WM.,MUNSIE, President-       " '     - J. W.  COBURN, Man.  Director  _ Telephone!;'!!'. -   '  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITII-Shingles a  Specialty.  ���������Mmui hieUu era     of���������    -  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring      and   Finishing -- Lumber   In    Stock.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  [B. E. WALKER, General "Manager "       ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l "Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE* FOLLOWING RAT^S :  $5 and under V  3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding !fUO  6 cents  ������������    sio        ". " $30  10 cents  "    $30       " " $50  15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at luiy.-qftlce. iii C liacla ot" a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking point:: il the United States*  hVgotohle at a fixed rate a.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCV ��������� LONDON, ENG.  'llioy form ah excellent method of remittin' small sums of money  with safely and at small   :ost.  LADvf D'JTI 1 B R A.N CH  W.  A,   CORNWALL.   Maaager.  EUROPE I HOTEL  J...G.IACIIKRO, Prop.  Newly    furnished,    everything   the  best, finely stocked bar.      Transient  rate, $1.00 per day.    Monthly   rate,  $23.00.  First Avenue . . . Ladysmith, D. C.  Best accommodation for transient  and permanent hoarders and lodgers.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has heen comfort-  ahly furnished and the har is up-to-  date. Rates $1.00 a day and upwards.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  Esplanade :-. :-: ���������-��������� ���������-��������� Ladysmith j  LADYSM5TH  BAKSRY  HOI' LEE &��������� CO.  ON Till:]  ESPLANADK...,  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED   AND  FRESH.  BREAD FIVE CENTS PER LOAF  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orderi taken for Pastries to he delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  HAY. GRAIN AND  'FARM PkODUUE  Orders  will   be  delivered   anywhere  iu the city promptly and at the lowest possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's,  on the?  Esplanade.  J AS. WARNOCK.  <f!  f.i  Ladysmitli   1'emplc No.  5  R&thbonc  DAY SCHOOL-  Usual subjects  taught;  also     Ian  guages,  drawing  in  pencil  and cray- f  onu, paint ng  in  oils  arid water col  ors, pianoforte and vocal lessons giv  en in classes or individually.  MISS. BERTTtAM,  IadyBtnltb, B. C.  J?argcon Flutist  All- woili glial an Locd, and  at  reasonable .rates.  High St. Ladysmith.  OPEN AT ALL HOURS, V
 , =��  -    ���   -^' - """"        '    a':.aa1aAa"'aaaaaaa*aa   ������������a f   Dredging in tho-rivers of Manitoba
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There is No Necessity
you may require in
of sending away for anything
Hardware or Garden Tools
Wo'can'supply, your wants in all  scasonablte  goods such as': I-Iccs,
Spades, Shovels, Rakes, Lawn  Mowers, Poultry netting,, Etc.
Prices A J ways Right
Duncan,    B. C,
,     and QUAMICHAN
���Importer and Dealer in all.kindsof Merchandise���
AGENTS FOR���The American CVeam   Separator Co., Grant Powder Co.,
'  and B. C. Pottery Company.
Also Manufacturer of all kinds of Feed from Home Grown Products.
Quamichan Hotel
Keast's Livery fit
Freighting Stables
Headquarters   for
Tourists and Com
mercial Men
Splendid Fishing, Telephone connection.
"-.    FRANK CONRUYT, .Prop.
Duncans Station.    .
-H. Keast, Proprietor
Stage leaves' Mount Sicker at   7 a.m.,
at. 12:30 pjii., daily, except     Sundays.
returning,  leaves   Duncan
(Specials at short notice.)
^ i Territory���A free miner may obtain
only two leases of five miles each for
a term of twenty years, renewable in
the discretion of the Minister of the
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bed     or bars of the riv.er
below  low   water  mark, and  subject
[to the rights of all persons who have,
or who may receive, entries for bar
I diggings or bench claims, except on
[the Saskatchewan   River,   where   the
lessee may drcgde to high water mark
on each alternate leasehold.
The  lessee shall  have a dredge  in
operation within one season from the
date of  the lease for each five -miles,
but where  a person   or  company    has
obtained more than one lease .      one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction  is sufficient.   Renial,  $10     per -
annum for each mile of river leased
Royalty at the rate of 2�� per   cent,
collected  on  the output after  it   exceeds WO,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
twenty years, also renewable.
Thc l<"5sec-s right is confined to thc
submerged bed or bars in. thc river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
Istday of August in tbe year of the
the date of thc lease.
Tlic lessee shall have one dredge in
operation wiLhin two years from tlic
dale of the lease, and one dredge for
each five miles within six years from
such date. Rental, $100 per mile -for
first year^.. and $10 per mile for
each subsequent year. Royalty, same
as placer mining.
Placer Mining in thc Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims-shall not exceed'250 feet" in
e-flgth, measured on the base line or
general direction of the creek or gulch
the width being from 1,000 to 2,000
feet. All other placer claims shall be
250 feet square. '.-
Claims are marked by_ two legal
posts, 'one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles' of mining Recorder's office. One extra day allowed for each
additional ten miles or fraction.
Tlic person or company staking a
claim must hald a free miner's osrti-
ficate. ''
The discoverer of a new mine is en-
jtitled    to    a claim  "of 1,000 feet in
j length',  and  if the party consists of
two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out
[put of which  no royally shall       be
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Newest creations in Millinery. Up
to-date Hats    Made aiid Trimmed to !cnal'Ken>  the rest of tne Parfcy ordin-   tendance
Order at Shortest Possible Notice.
FLOWERS,      FOILAGE.   All    Ladies     cordially .   invited    to  inspect
S. J. Hagan, Manager
Tourists  and  sportsmen  making this hotel  their'headquarters will appreciate the excellent cuisine and service.
Electric light is fitted through
out.    There is a good   supply
of water.     No fiiosquilos.
���f   Freight inp; a Specialty   -f
DUNC AN!;I;  B   C.
Your patronage solicited
Telephonic  in  Connection
Odd fellows -Block
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Coal���Coal lands may be purchased
���1V"$*10'per acre for soft coal and $20
for anthracite. Not more than 320
acres can be acquired by one.individual or company. Royalty at the rate
of ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds
shall be collected on the gioss output.
Quartz���Persons of eighteen years
and over and joint stock companies
holding free miners' certificates may
obtain entry for a mining location.
A free n-i...ei's certificate is granted
for one or more years, riot exceeding
five years, upon payment in advance
$7.50 per annum for an individual,
and from $50 to $100 per annum for
a company.according  to  capital.
A   free     miner,  having  discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the
dame with  two  legal  posts, bearing
location notices, one at.each end   on
the line of the lode or vein.
The claim shall he recorded within
fifteen     days  if located within    ten
>miles of a mining recorder's office,, one
'additional   day  allowed  for every ad-
! ditional  ten  miles  or  fraction.   The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At     least $100 must be expended
oii^ the    claim     each year or paid to
the mining  recorder  in lieu thereof.
When $500 has been expended or paid
the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with
other requirements, purchase the land
at $1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister  of     the Interior  to   locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon territory,  of an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 1\ per cent, of the sales
of the products of the location.
Placer     Mining���Manitoba and  the
N.W.T., excepting the  Yukon Territory���Placer mining claims generally
are 100 ft. square,      entry fce$5, renewable yearly. On thc North Saskat
shewan River claims are either  bar
or bench,  the former  being 100    feet
long and extending between high  and
low water  mark.   The  latter  includes
bar diggings, but extends back to the
base of the hill or bank, but not   ex--
ceetling 1,000 feet.   Where steam power is used, claims 200 feet wide may
be obtained.
ary claims  only.
Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at ljie rate
of two and one-half per cent,  on the
alue of the gold shipped from     the
fukon Territory tp be paid to     the
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim      on
eaeh separate river, creek or gulch,
b'ut the same miner may hold     any
number of claims by purchase,     anil
free miners may work their claims in
partnership by filing notice'and,paying a fee of $2.00.    A claim may    be
abandoned and another obtained    on
the same creek, gulch orTivcr by giving notice and paying a fee.
Work must be done on a"claim each
year to the value pf at least $200.
A certificate that work has  .   been
done must be obtained each year;     if
not,,the claim yi'Ail be deemed to   be
abandoned,  and    open  to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
The boundaries of a claim may    be
defined absolutely  by having a survey
made and publishing notices  in    the
Yukon official  Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropriated Dominion lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within the Yukon Territory, are open to prospecting for petroleum, and the; Minister
may reserve for an individual or company having machinery on the land
to be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as he may decide,
the length of width" shall not excee;
'thrse times the breadth.
Should the prospector discover oil
n paying quantities, and satisfact-or-
ly establish such discovery, an area
not exceeding 040 acres, including the
oil well will be sold to the prospector at the rate of $1.00 per acre and
the remainder of the tract reserved
namely, 1,280 acres will be sold
at lhe rate- of three dollars an
acre, subject to royally at such rate
as may be specified by ordcr-in-coun-
Deputy  Minister  of  tho  Interior.
Department of the Interior,   ...
their part,     certainly attach unusual
importance to the    King's >vis*iti', and
llie   Parisian     Press    endeavours  in
\"ew of the entente, and the Morocco
question   to  enhance  its  significance.
In his younger days,  when less importance was    "attached to his movements,    I remember,    hearing on the
best authority of a story ol his/travelling   lite a     simple  tourist in the
pin? ojl   ���Ain.ur.iof) p sooupo.id ouu-y
Ins companion discovered that    they
had   miscalculated     their    funds.   In
I'f.ct,  they  wore out of ready money.
What was  to be donc'Mt  would have
l/Oen easy    to explain who lie was at
the neai est.     German town, hut then
(he dce]> incognito     and tlie pleasure
ol  the trip  would  vanish.   Thc prince
.showed himself     a   man  of resource I
; nd   "popped"  his     gold"  watch,  and
so obtained     what  was necessary to
cjrry'him on to Uie next post.  Pa* is
is <urlainly     Uie ureal, city ol incognitos.   1      have     known    the  Grand
Dukes of     Russia,  those who earned
wilier a sad     notoriety  of late,   to
enjoy      Iheiisclvrs      like   schoolboys"
walking about-'some' of the old Parisian   fairs   when       character   "types"
might, be   ���studied.   And  [ iinve also
encountered lliem in "wee snia' hours
nyoiil. the     Iwal"  in quarters  where
tlie types were still more pronounced
and where it  would have been unsafe
lo appear unarmed.
On these ,. occasions, however, ,thc
\isMors were escorted by a couple
of agents of tlie secret police. The
lour of tlie ��� Grand Dukes, has since
become Jamovs iu Paris, and, stocked' now with simply artificial ���rh'or-
rors," has become a show place to
ordinary visitors who know the ropes
a little. -.
At Uie salons of famous Parisian
papers, particularly the figaro, with
ils "the o'clock*-, as its dainty en-
tertainmeiiLs are called, L.have met
many of the European nionarchs,
i.olably Lhe King of Sweden and the
King of I'oruigal. They'seemed to be
enjoying themselves immensely glad
no doubt l.o lay aside for a time the
burdens of the royal staler
Again,  on  one     occasion,  being up
at the Gare du Nord one morning, I
jobserv-cd the Minister of Holland patiently  waiting  there,  with a brougham "more neat than solemn" in at-
rcsc-n l.ly     I     beheld   the
Union  Brewing Co
���M*-r-M +i-.i.i..M**f'*i*+'l"H-*i***#
The yearly return of the BOCK BEER Season is of interest lo .the
Brewer a�� well as the Public,   and the, Union Bosk Beer for   1905,-
will  show that special caichas been taken in the manufacture   of
this superior article.
Thc Union Brewing Co.'s Bock has becn brewed for a number of
months and stored in their famous cellars until it has reached the
proper age, and is now ready and procurable on draught at all
Saloons. ,       ,  |
Drilling Machi
Made to-order and Repaired at ubor<- -^ici.     Drill Sharpsned by  o
alwayegivee satisfaction.    Picks hand in-l and r-ipaira d.    .
Stiipsmithing  in  a)1:: its     Branhes.
Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmitm.
David Murray
Buller Street   -----    Ladysmitli, B   C
STFVENS BLOCK.v (MT/.cR***���   \ 1-F. T,
to select
.Jim   Jeffries   will   be  back
Francisco  in a month  or
club     managers
wits'  end   lo  gel
for him.
in San
so, and Uic
there are at their
lo gel a suitable opponent
Neither Marvin Hart nor
Jack Johnson seem to come up to
the championship mark. Although it
is a hard lb ing lo say, (here is not
a man in America today'lhat is callable of going against Jeff in what
will be his last appearance in the
There is some  talk of bringing     a
man from'Australia, to fight Jeffries.
People  who  have  been in  the antipodes lately say there ,are a couple   of
heavy men who might, give the champion   a hard   tussle,   but   then       the
sports aie from Missouri on  that pro
position, and people may have to undergo   the  humiliating   experience   of
seeing   the  great  Jeffries  step  down
and out as  the champion simply because there was not a man in       t lie
world capable of winning over,him.
j Queen  of Holland arriving, accompal
nicd by her     daughter, the charming
Willieliniiia,  now     herself the Queen.
'This was not long before she arrived
at hcr     majority and     ascended  the
| throne.   Shc had     come to   I'aris
study the latest modes n,nd
a few hats and gowns.
I     I  have seen in Paris a'Jady who in
her day played a pari  on astill more
iTillianfc    stage than that of Willieliniiia, ��� mid     who  was   . walking  the
si roots of Ihe     "City of Light" u'n-
l.'iiown and unregarded.   This was the
ex-Empress    Eugenie.   Her  hair   was
white,   but her     figure/ still  retained
soine'thing of   ".its' old -grace, -and"in-
her  countenance   the  dazzling  beauty
of yore ha.d left its traces.
On one occasion I saw her in the
gardens of the Tdileries1, where once
she had reigned as the Empress of
lhe most brilliant nation in Europe,
the cynosure' of all the world. She
was walking slowly along, accompanied only by a lady companion.
1 lien suddenly she stopped, intending to pick a (lo\\er from the bed.
Hut she recollected that-it'was-forbidden to pluck [lowers, so she glanced up and down the path somewhat
furtively to make sure that there
was no guardian in sight, and then
stooping gathered a bunch of violets.
If was said that during thc last
great Explosion at Paris no less a
person than the Emperor William II.
had been a visitor and one of the
French papers gave a circumstantial
account also of his having been ures-
ent during the visit of the Czar.
These stories I'do not believe, but it
is true that during the. lifetime of
his grandfather, the Emperor- William' I., he passed three days in Paris incognito, unknown even to the
German embassy, and enjoyed himself  in  his heart's  content.
An amusing story of incognito was
cine told lo me by the representative
of a great American .journal. King
Milan called on him in Paris, and
they adjourned lo a quiet room in a
restaurant. "Milan was on his beam
ends in those hays, lie had grown
fat. The once handsome face bore
Iliads of dissipation, lie was very
a plan to pull himself out of the jU-
sh'oit of money, but he had hit upon
most fathomless morass of his debts
My friend Knew many American
heiresses? Yes. Well, many an American heiress would give a fortune
to he queen! If, then, he could find
an American heiress worth four million sterlino- Mi;Ian would arrange the
marriage with Alexander. Then Alexander would have a million, and
"Milan   the  remainder.       ��*"
In course of   the discussion  Milan
consumed  several   small   tankards   of
beer,  which be cleverly balanced one
on  top of the other.
The marrwge project failed, partly because my I'rit-n 1 suspected Milan's worthiness about that milliiMi.
The suspicion was rather conPned
bv Hie fact; that as Milan waddled off
with an affable "Ta.ta." he left my
friend to pay for the beer.       S.L.R.
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-. Stablas
iu rear of Abfcotsfo rd Hotel. Leave orders at the
"   Abbots  ford.
We advertised     a special in China'
Tea Sets', now     we want to talk to
) you about
Anything which  you look upon three times a day, needs to be to
your liking.    We have sufTicie nt    variety  of styles in dinner patterns to satisfy.the most exacting taste.   Careful buying from the
most reliable houses ensures    us���and you ���
One of our most popular   sc Is just now is a White and Gold, by
Furnivals,   Colonial   shape,  he*    at and  sensible���-good Ware,  and the
cost for 93 piece sets        $l8
of which you can make up yo       ur own combination. We have a piece
selection at popular  prices.
Weiler ���]
VfCTORfA,   15. C.
To Make Hard Tixr.es  Good
and Guod Times    Better
Buiy Your Meats From
. H. & W. IIEATMAi
11 SliFSQ
Solicitor,  Etc.
to   Lean
st Avenue
Contractor and Buifder
REPAIRING  of  all kinds promptly,
attended to.    Shop on Gatiw>re    ��t, '&XISB3rtl������li&f.'V?!i'  r 1[?rr-i!'pazrilx!Sto'-t*"*Sf!-i  ���������iStS^M^S^^SC^P^?^*^^  ������&^$$:&  TK1   DAILY   LSDG^ft  ,u  LOCAL ITEMS  FOR  SALE���������A     'liiec-ancl-a-crtiai ������������������"f  farm   wagon.    Can   be seep  at     ''  Poteison's      store,     Roberts   stuvi  Will be sold at a bai gam.  Tbe memiiers of the Glee Club held  a practice last evening foi the concert that they give in the Opcia  House on May  20i.li.  My. Scbenek, the photographer, has  been obliged to- discontinue his business here on account of ill-health  Mr. Schcnc'i intended ijmainmg o\ei  Monday, Lul bis sic'.ncss picxcnU  inm Keeping io these anangements  HOARD Oh* TRADE.  The members of the Hoard of  Trade got off easily at the meet'iig  last night. They assembled, the  intitules of the last meeting were  read, and   Uic inceline,   adu>dined  S S. 'Jeanic came in foi  caigocoal  last evening.  S S   Thistle  left  men ning.  loi   Comov   this  'kindly donated towaids a fund to  buy a cup 'lhe cup seemed is a \eiy  handsome specimen of the silvei-  smith's ait, bung, very neatly finished and stands close on two feet high  The cup is now-being engraved and  when finished it will be put on cMu-  j biticn  together   with the medals    It  I was decided that thc cup and medals  would be presented on the evening of  j Ma\   23,   and  a committee compesed  of J.  G. Brown,  "W. R.  Dickson and  ���������     n ,   ,,~, i ' Coip   Renccle,    was     appointed    to  SS    Selkiil. , came  into   tins   poit '  last   e\eniug  S S  day.  All.i lalled in foi xoal yest'i-  .lust look in at llmight's window  and see the new souvenir goods just  in. New Post cauls, hoots oi views,  leal her post-cards and a number of  other  souvenir   goods   of   Laihsmilh   '   ,    '  Don',   forgel   Knight's   l'noksloie  has    the  com,������������   SCA"on      Ro'������c  L lllt*  ^(>  sal | the  White  Pass   lUilway     attempted  1 le la\e thc     I mtcd States Govein-  inenL clahlish a poit of entiv on the  New  Yoil ,   NY ,   Apiil   28,    Vi lived, s(camei   Pamela fiom  Ilambtug.  ��������� .'���������������������������  SHIPPING FVOILITIES.  Aicoiding to the statement af "V'i-  A D Newell, Gcncial Manager of  the White Pass A. Yukon R.uhva.v,  the company has made airangeme.nfs  to do tiade between Daw sin and the  Tanana dining the pvsent season  lliiougb Amciicau tianspoitatnon  companies '.Mi Newell, who has  just leunncd fiom a business tup  in the East, speaks vciy ho.dully oi  Hie piospe. Is of the 'lanan.i tiade foi  I hem For  A MEETING  Mr. Samuel BaAtei, Iuspcctoi of  .Machinery, will hold a meeting in*  the hall over lhe Hani*, of Commeice  on Monday next at (l a m , when all  who h.ive theii applications in will  he present.  OFF TO TAN AN \  Mr. George Aluii, a boaidei at the  -\bbotsford Hotel, leaves to-monow  en route for Tanana SH Mini has  hrcn a boarder at the above hotel  lor: some time, and his fellow hoaid-  oi.s and workmen wish him e.u i \  .success  iu  the  new countiy.  Mr. Gco.'"('asrsidy, accompanied Ia  "Mr Thomas, wint out to the- l.ii l< i 's  ranch yislerday lo see %\hat un Id  be done in the mallei of tbe . lie 'Oil  dangerous Jntll that was supposed 11  he n nning at large In tutuie the  enimal will he kept in, and it is 1 oped -Hint as time goes on his temi.ei  will improve and he will cause  more annoyance bv chasing yo  sters.  AT  THE   ARUOTSFORD  \V. P.ulovv, Duncans  ���������Tno.  Morten, Dimcans  .1. F. Mac-donald, Montreal  A. W.  'Ihornlon, Seattle   . ^.   MISSION   STEAMER  I'aiiana liv-ei, so that Canadian, stea  rncis could he operated, and in con-  1 *"|uence of the failuie or these ne-  i otiations all tiade below tl c born-  ('aiv will be cairud out by coiuki-  ( on with the sleamcis of thc Not lb  \mcr can and the Northern Coram i-  r nil Company 11  I make anangements for a conceit, to  I be given at the time of the presentation The secietarv was instructed  i to write the cclebiation committee,  as\ing that tbe concert be. given a  place on the programme foi thc cele-  hi at on The following oflicers were  elected foi ne\t season. Urn President, James Dunsmuir, hon vice-  President, .J Vdam, (Lach smith),  Piesu'ct, J G Blown, secret aty-  ticasinei, .1. W. Loumer, delegates  to (be BV league, J G Blown, J.  Y\ I oi unci, W R. Dickson and Coip  Rcneclc The secretary was instruct  ed to write to F. A. Wall, 'secretary  of the English, Football Association,  oidciing foiu do'/cn copies of Hie le-  feree's chart for li)0.)-06. \ nunibei  of umendments to: the constitution  and by-laws were adopted and Hick-  cielarv nstrrcted to notify all the  clubs in the association. A vole of  thanks' to thc retiring -officers and  t'*c Yiitona West Uhlelic Club was  I asscd, aftei which the n.eeting nd-  lourncd ���������Colonist.  mmss  :l!  a poi! ion   of  Thursday -at   West   Ku-  i j f u:  *!  -I   Oi  ^^-H^-*-^*^-^;*-*-  i  SPORTS  ���������f^:-^-*l*-Ht-**1r^K-*lf-ilt-^-  l*. ASK FTP \LI       '   -  Mi J 'Vdam' tins momma, leeciv-  rd aleltu nom Mi Stevvait of Nanaimo stating that it had bu-n defiled to aiiange loi l.artv**.mit"i 1 o\s  to plav in tlie basketball tournament foi tltt-slifly-ihpllai mcJ.ils, to  i,e held ut the neighhoi ine, cuv cm  May   2 I Hi  'Che  loc.il .playtts''I'to   mal  IRVINE������������������McEWAN  The following account of the wedding ofMiss McEwan and Mi livme  on Wodnesduj last was handed into  (he Led get  olTue by a reader  The mauiage of Mi. David Tclfoid  Iimiic and Miss Eli/abcth MeKwan  took plaie at the home of the bnde's  parents on Wednesday last, Doth of  the voting people aie well lnovvn, in  this city, Mi Iimiic having wotkt'd  heie loi some tune and is hold in  high esteem by all who know him foi  Ins ^leiluig upughlncss of chaiacter,  ���������and   Miss  iUcEwan, the  youngest  daughtei   ot  out   ie->peeled  shoe- mei-  ihant,  Ah    Thos    McEwan,     is well  3 Yards Long, 48 inches wide, Jbeautif ul  spray designs.  Special, $ 1   pair |  3 yards long, 52 inch- 1  Si  es wide, nett centre, p  Special, $1,25 pr |  DRYSDALE- STEVENSON |  Co.   Ladysmith  A NARROW ESCAPE  Evan Rohcils,  the Welsh ic.ualist  - ������  had   anaitow   escape   lecently   while  no  I 111'    KW-.ll   ,pi.lVl*l*i    JUL     numlUg      ai.       -......,, .... _ ,  laiigemcnts  to hiWe^'nets etc   put on j and  fa* oi ably Known as one ol  these  the bunker gioul.ds'so that H'C-v cm ,eveellent young women who will make  Keep  m piactice foi   the event  o  a   gcod   wile and   ensme   then     husband's  happiness  WILL     FIGHT      AFTER   ALL j    The  bride  was    becomingly  attned  San   Fiancisco,    Vpul   2ll ���������The sit-   m     gicy    uepc   de chene,  tiimincd  nation-  lcgaidmg      lhe   Hi iit-\\ Into I with   lavinilai   silk,  and  the    nudes-  fight has been tleaied up   '-"he supei. {maid,  Miss Maggie Thomas, in white  'vi^sois    have gi.nted  tbe Haves V.J-   oigandie. ��������� Mi.  James McEwan, bro-  v Club a pei nut foi  Miv, with  the   ther of the btide, supported Mr   Iiv-  ��������� ������ t       \ .    .       ii n     .      -il.        It, .*!,.        nut-  Oil one of his mission joiuncvs A  London papei, speaking of (be incident,   says  Evan Robots will have good ie,i-  son lo lcmeml.ei his visit lo Liv'ei-  pocd, loi an c-pmeiue has Iref.illen  lum of a kind calculated lo mate a  lasting impiession on .t im.eh les,  sensitive naiine than l''al vvhieh the  voting  levivalisl   possesses  Theie vvas nothing in Ins manner  at his Thiiisdav night's iiiectiug to  tiuhcate that he had naiirwly esup  ed death The secief vv.is will hop I  bv tie two ol Ihiee who possessed  u,  bul  it leaked out vestciday.  Mi    Ev.n  Rcd.'eils, alom;  with his  liu-nd the Rev   .John,, Williams, spent  Tin   missionei   was  much intei  d   in  a s' etch  of  the Dee, *    and  Hi when at 1 he house] ol Di. McAITee.he  f������ - /  c\pii"-sid a dpsue to visit Inline  1s-  lami \/i    Louis   Jones,   who  has  (.htige  of  the  telegiaph  station     on  the island, vvas of the companv, and  as Hi'   tide was down  therpaity     of  loin   stalled  acioss thc sands in    ^a  couple ci tiaps,  the levivalist   going  iusl   with  lhe  doctoi,  and "the  Rev.  J   Williams accoinnaiiving Mi    Jones  A shoft  hut pleasant time vvas spent  en  the -  island,   and   ihe  levivalist,  whose exui heiance or spnits  vvas  in  maikerl  contrast  to  the moods     of  depiession   winch ^occasionally   svC-ept  ov01      him,   accededM*o  Mi.   Jones'  wi**h  to drive back  lo  the mainland  with him ������������������     ,���������  As soon as he joined M.i 'Jones in  the tiap the hoise icaied and bolted.  Ab'Ml seventy yaids ahead weie thc  steep clif"-, and ceiiai'n death unless  lhc wild uueei of thc animal was  duel cd.  Foi Innately Mi Jones kept his  nei vc, and, exeicining gicat wrist  stiengtb, tinned the luuni.il oil the  sli ail This In ought it in violent  imp.iil wilh a coal call tumbling  Icisuiely ahead. rl Ins vvas had, of  eouise, foi the fiap, which wassplin  leied to pieces, and its occupants  weie filing onto the ground.  Iliinvinp   to   the scene, the doctoi  and   minislei   louml   thai  Air    Jones'  had ,escaped wilh nolhing vvoise than  a h.id  .shaking     Thc "niissionei,  how-  evei,   was   a. consideiablc  suficiei���������he  had   paitialiv  lost   consciousness  and  was sulleiiug cxueinc pain  fiom      a  swolen  ankle,  o* ci   vvhicli   (he  wheel  of  lhe call  bad  passed,     Foi Innately   no   bones  weic  btoken      As   the  siioc\   be had   suffeicd   was  considerable the dot loi   advised him To" abandon   his   muhl's   ongagcnient      This  Robeits     still>,oinlv lcfused to do,  His   (i*sL   lemail*"  en  ben-g  lcleascd  vvas "fl  is anolhei   c>f his (Satan's  old  lucks, but  lie has failed again."  In  icply   Lo  a lemnik   bv   the  Rev.  Mi    Williams,   "^ ou   musl   obev  the  plivsuian,"   Mi     Robeits   answeied:  "Ah1   the  frieat  Physician  bids  me  !^o and   I am going  lo lhe meeting."  Constantly Arriving, Including  BANANNAS" v  , -    LEMONS '  LARGE NAVAL ORANGES  APPLES  COCOA NUTS  Our Groceries are always Fresh  and" Quality Guaranteed.  Cowichan at id Salt Spring  Creamery Butter always on hand  SIMON LEISER&CO Ltd.  Fresh .;  CHOCOLATES  1_At-       - '*'  HOY'S BAKERf  1st   \ venue,  Ladysmith  GATACRE ST.  X,Al>Y3M*������ra  S^'SSSSSS.'^C^"B,^i*-S���������i^''^S^3g������  FRUIT & VEGETABLES  in today  The mission steamer Columbia,  which was launched at Vancouver a  rort.iuuht aa,o, is now- ready for sea,  and is expected to auue in \i-ctoi a  in time for a dedication scivice to  he held on Saturday afternoon at  'A.', fl o'clock. By tho kind'permission '.-l' Capt. Gaudin, the stcamct  will he. moored at thc old custom  house wharf, where the Quadra lies  vvlifiii in harbor, and the service will  le conducted by the bishop and clu-  !j;y, assisted by thc choiis .ot the citv  ic.hurchcs. It is hoped that ibeicwill  be a large attendance oi thos.* interested  in  fr.c work  Alter the service, from 4 to G on  Saturday afternoon, Rev. .]. Antic,  who i.s in charge of tbe slcamci, will  welcome visitors, The object of the  mission is to reach the n-cn ens^a^ed  in lhe logging camps on thc northeast of Vancouver Island. Hr. Hut-  ton, an cxpirienced surgeon, has  kindly lonscntcd to assist in the  work, and a hospital bed is provided  on board the steamer in order to  meet the emergency cases of accident,  which arc constantly happening  The Columbia is (it feet long and  11 feet in beam, and is fitted with  masts-and sails, and a 20-horse power gasoline engine,  ~- ^  the  undemanding that     it  will piomote  the  Biltt-Whtto engagement  Chailey "Mitchell, lepiesonting  White, met Hutt's nianagci, , nd lhe  managei of the club last night, and  tlirv iooii reached an iiiuleislanding  The light-weights will meet in Wood-  waid's PaMlion Alav  3  The at tides call loi die bo\cts to  icceive SO pu ccnl of the gioss ic-  ceipis, tbe vvmnci to leeiMve (10 i>er  cent of this and the losn -IO pet  cent  ASSOC I VTIO\* FOOTIULL  ��������� oa> cr Tslanil Football Assoiiation,  The fust annual meet ing ot thc Van  vvas held in the Vjctni u AWst Athletic Club l������tst cv oil ng ' Repicsrnla-  tives weie piesent Horn \'itton.i  I li  ne,  while the Rev. Mi.  Hoyle    pet  foi mod     the ceremom   in his     usual  pleasant maniiei.  ' After the inairiagc, dinnei Vas  Sl'HC.I in a sumptuous way, a heati-  tnul bride's ia1 e otnainenting the  centre of thc table The good health  and ptospenty of lhe young couple  was beaitily wished by the company  of li lends piesent who showed then  love   by   many handsome   and    useful  gifts  Mi fcnl.Mis. Iivnie left by tbe afternoon train for their, .honeymoon'j  but the company kept up their festivities till pretty neai thc small  bonis, sepatatiug with the hope that  many happy yeais may be in stoic  fpi lhe voting topple, so ausmeiouslv  begun  Bankr  \ '��������� ' -  OF   W. H. LIVFLY  Oonsisiing of WATCHES, 6190^, R'MS, JEWELRY  Silverware, Knives, Forks, Sprons  r and Pansy Goods  All these W iii be Sold at  Choice LETTUCE  . ���������       ���������  ASPARAGUS    .  ..  RHUBARB   (tendei) '.   ,  ONIONS   (Best) \   . ���������  CAULIFLOWER .   .  CABBAGE  CHOICE   LEMONS  NAVEL ORANGES .    ���������   .  ~  RIPE   BANANAS  ASIICROFT POTATOES  CANADIAN   RED   APPLES.    _   .  CABBAGE AND CAULIFLOWER  PL-VNTS.  ;'.   for   iOc.  21h  for 3Jc.  5c' pei   lb  ^    7c pei   ib  2 toi     .'5c  3c     per ' ������l>  2'ic*.   pei   do/..  JOc. pet co/  ' 30c-    .lo/f  U,73 sack y  U.65 .'.ox.  BLAIR &  KDHM  CARLISLE   BLOCK  PHONE 2-4  W. G. F  $-9:  Merchant Tailor,  (ist Avenue)  Spring Stock on hand, Call early and  get your choice.  Tlic  reporter  intended  lo  head  list, .  ".Statesmen   who've . been   invited  Hut       the   printer   f-avc  twist.  II. read, "who have been indicted.'  Fresh Dairy Butter  One pound   prints,   excellent quality, 30c.  One pound prints, good quality,      *      25c.  W. T.HEDDLE   CO.  Less  Than 50c On $l.0O  We Have Jus  " *W wCr" H v \Z Wa  '   A CON58IINMENI  fhe celebrated  Williams' Block  jLadysmitli  ParticularGroowu.  Telephone   1  Oil, GKSTLI';,  ETC.  The  voice of  tlie sprini; is calling  l-'ar  over  tbe distant hills,  Mitt  pliinibcrs nre still collecting  Their   winter's  stock  of   bill:;.  ���������Baltimore  Herald-  ited,   the   Garrison,   Victoria     West,  and Ladysinilh,  (by ���������pr.oxy).     The rc-  it a   fateful j port of the president and  that of the  t-:c*--relary-U\-asi!rer    were     read    and  adopted. The report of the treasurer  .showed  a balance on  band  of  $21.-IU.  This   is  a very   good   show -in if  for the  association, as it had  to depiiid large  NANAIMO.  The Ladies'      Cidild  of St.  Paul's  Church took  the opportunity   at the  regular   meeting  at   thc  rectory  yesterday      afternoon   to   present  Mrs.  George  Williams,   who   is  soon  leaving  lo join her  husband  at St.  Ste.  .Marie,  a handsome  lace  pin  of gold,  Silva-Wbite  We are also taking a Large f������@&&f������@n in the prices  of our Large an * Wall ^sssrlei stock so as  tc  make this an interesting Oiearing sale.  DontHiss This Chance if-You are Looking For  Bargains.  BFORCIMHER  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER, OPTICIAN  First Avenue,   X   X   X-    -Ladysmith,   B. C.  ?. F7 *J /^ 2=%     6'  t.  ���������iS  S5  !*  "*/^  In \Vire Wound, Cotton and Rubber  EVERY LENQ Tli GUARANTEED  A- Coinplete'stock of "OTIIOKEN.'NE TT1NG   NOW ON 'LlANl").-  'Mr.  world.":  CUSTOMARY.  'lijj;"tns    thinks     he has  the  most   proniisinti;  boy  in I lie  . s." iinswered Miss Cayrnnc.  "lint Unit's no sij^n. Mr. I'Uig-gins'  ���������parents no doubt tlmughl the sanie  of hiin oiwe."���������Washington Star.  set   iu  jewels.    Mrs.   A.  made the presentation and Mrs. I let"-  ly ou entrance  .ee.-and gate  receipts ��������� ^ (;|jarmari rpa(, an a,|(lre,s    Mrs  lo run its alTairs.    t'orp. Kenecle and j Williams    suitably   expressed       her  .1. G    Krovvn,  vvho were appointed  a ' thanks  for  the  ladies'  tofeen of    ap-  commitiee  to   arrange   for the   secur- \precion of.tne work  she had done in  ing of medals���������which are  lo cost  $88   tlic guild,  ���������had  l.o'(ii     ordered,  but were     not  yet  ready,  and   the. cup  had been   secured  owing to  the  kindness  of     Dr.  Gibbs,  Dickson   and   another   who   did     not  wish  his  name mentioned,   who  Dr.  Stewart  Ross,  of  Alberni,    returned  from  Vancouver  last evening  ,1.   B.  IL   Ick'kaby,     W.   R. ! mul   will  go over  to   Alberni  today  The Monthly'Drawing forth e  Those ShTts, Nobby Ties and Fancy  Up to the Minute in Style and Coloring.  At Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  BLOCK- ���������   '   TELEPHONE  0-7  ,111* has engaged  offices  in  Vancouver  very j a ml   will remove From. Alberni to the  Terminal  Pity in a week or  two.  This  morning's Herald  says:    The  owner of the  hull that was referred  ���������to in  these coldmns yesterday called  at the Herald ollice yesterday and explained   that the bull  is not  running  at large,  but   i.s in  properly enclased  field.   There is no danger to any person  who is  walking on  the highway,  and they think  when anyone goes r.n  private property  Ibey  should he willing to take chances.   However, they  have nailed up the  gate to tbe field  land anyone who now goes in the danger zone will' havo to climb the fence  will'lake, place TlU'RSnAY, M-U  &  Adam's Store   Everybody  ."itb  at  "i  o'clock  p.m.  is  invited   to  participate.  at olair  ,ADY3M*TH HARDWARE '-CO^td  le  5UTT.fl  xt r  MERCHANT TAILOR5  NEW SPRING. AND SUM.VI FAX GOODS J UST ARRI VEIL'  Charles Dvnn, of the above, firm, visits Ladysmith oVery-Sunday for the  purpose of taking measurements and seeing customers personally. May  be seen at the Hotels. We guarant ee ,all'-stock and a perfect fit at tho  lowest possible rates. Suits from $15.00 up. Pants from -T.J.00 up. All  Hand-made.'      .B  _ .- - ���������""���������".  Two First Class EesMencres;  ������p^  2^    In the Ce?  .Oft!*!'  Ciiv  JOHN STEWART  FIRE,- -LIFE. AND-ACCIDENT  CONVEYANCING  INSURANCE.  ���������NOTARY  268  PUBLIC.


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