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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jun 2, 1906

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 Aeoisa,  t4nv������  A^SHjti  Daily Ledger  >���������"'���������;   .-lis -���������--'��������� " --   , >  ���������,  VOL.,*  SATURDAY  June 2,    190C        ~  3W4_190t  PiUCE FIVK.GENTS  SHIKGU SEW  wm  The Seattle "P.,-1." says*. The  Shingle Alanjfuc'tuieis' Company, ol  Seattle, is the .title ol thic new concern ��������� which -tiled articles r oi incorporation at Ol^m-iia.-^ruesday. Tiuis  company is nothing more nor less  than the selling t aigency which has  been contemplated by the noanuiac-  "Utrers of. tbe Northwest' for many  'weeks,. .Though ' the company has  been incorporated, (here is- a possibility that events which have come  mliout since' the machinery ior (its  organization wajs se^ -in motion may  prevent it from doing any , nctivt-  work. " The capital stock is $7,000,  and , the incorporators aie .Michael  Earles, C. F. While, C D.* Stimson,  E. G. Griggs, F. IL Jackson, Geo.  ,S. Long, and J. II. Bloodel, all  well known shingle manufacturers' of  the .Northwest.,' ,     y r   6  The company had its origin in a  bear movement against the shingle  mariet by a number of thc wluote-  sajers." The���������.moveinent failed owing  , to natural causes which created ,in  the East a most abnormal demand,  coupled with the sho-fta^c of .shmgfies.  (caused 'by the winter close down,  ���������a" Nevertheless the iwtoufactiii*ers ^ot  together and hit upon the selluiigpaigr;  .ency plan as a means of protecting  'the markiet against lutuie ,hear raids  .The intent was to elun-Ag-te tbo  whofcaalen altaigcthei )# |iafidlm>g|itb������  shingles through, this agency manag.  ed by the manufactiueis themselves.  Between the tunc of the decision to  launch the selling ^gency and, its incorporation, lhe ,Mholesal*rs, ".uiMlei  the ad\icp of some 0t Hie niainufao-  tuners who interested themscl-.es in  the'matter, got together and organized the Pacific Lumber. Wholesale! s'  Club tor the purpose, largely, of  coming into closer touch with Wie  manufacture!s This has so clarified the:situa(ion .that the hew organ-  aafcion may notr lie used bv tlie man-  ufactuners for the puipose foi which  it- was formed. Some of its' mem-  fc,?!^.'. in- ,acfc* did not know yesterday that the articles of incorporation had been filed.  Speaking  of tho matter,    Michael  Varies, president of the Puget Soirn, l  Mills & Timber  Company, and   OM  of the trustees of. lite new   concern  said:  ''The company is a selling agency  It was forme-i to handle Uie shingle  output of the state, and its organization was brought about hv the  > inner in winch wholesalers' weze  bearing the market, The company  may not be put in acthe opeiaition  now It all depends on how'the  ^loksalers act. if tnev pIav fair  with the mills, as it is hoped they  will, the selling agency will not "j*  put in operation,   if the*,  do r*><   it  will  ,).������.'*> " '  ilexito Citi, June I���������The Guata-  malan revolution is still prog-ess-'  lnK 0tas -Was nol recaptuied je-s-  tei-day, but (he revolutionists' ol  Aorthein fJuniui.uila have icteived u-  nuorcemeuts a.ul aims t*eneial  Toledo the lormci ������\ni Minislei ot  Guatemala, who is nt (he bead ol  one bodj ol the" 'evolutionists ts  reported to be n<l*.an<'ing udo southern Guatemnla with a hen\ v lo-ce  of at least. nv0 thousnndmen. The  revolutionists have lilVunclan't"' sup-  ^1*?'\ ������,'aVms amir ammunition-  CANADIAN  POMANISTS  MR. PALMER'S  OPINION ON   -  FRUIT LANDS  WUT IN  j. L*aU.^(l<lj ������.i"iA.i...o^"   '-ui.       *   .   U..-...C ,     00������ cl-l. i..'." 1**.     ,i\..u       u'.-.i'.t.,..  x.-s..-ou,    , .a  ^-v....i.������..i_/      ......   .....      w.  oluu'l,   lllk;   plOpobtKl   iiuii    ������.Ui.������. .........  ...  ���������U ,.,,..I .ii, . :..'(|..U ���������   ..!������������������> ll. , iM.i-U  ,'  .,    . ...4>i."*H3"������>\ru----*.r'v'.j .S.au.1:.   . ..  .m   <iu 'luuei.vie'rtr.^Catei'uaj^' ^������.i.  As fii'-    it"    mil    be    l.-nrnud   from  other   members   of   thc crew      about  Toronto, June 2. ��������� The supremo  Grand Oraiiyo Lodge of Hri.i.sh  America, opened'here .vestorday afler-  noon with an allcndnnee the ^m-.ti ���������  fst in .years.       ������.    ���������--.   -  Grand Master Dr. T. S So.-in.;--  AI. P., in annual address-.' sal:! in  port: "in view of the ., increasing  influence and aggression of poiiiknl  Romanisis in Canada, 1 thi.i.'c the  time* has " come to " talce steps l'-n  tho formation of a Canadian Prot>'���������'������.-  taut. Association on linos or" Prottos  tant. Federal ion of Great ilrii.-.-i-.i.  By this means all - ���������distinctive'.;,- l"r.>-  testant organi/.ations could co-u>j'<er-  ato in resisting' further uiHvai".it*.l ���������  ed concessions 'to the -floiua;i Carbolic church. That a mor.y.-i^o'o'.s'  propoganda is necessary lo pi-.>.m-rvc  constitutional rights of citizens of  Canada, has boon made clearly apparent   during the  past few years.  If his suggestion moots with thc  approval of the supreme body, Spr-  oule urges the appointment of a coin  mittee to take   up thc   question.  j   Naiihimo,   B.C.,   June  1.  Considerable eveitcment was a-  rouscd ������n Comnicicial street about  hall" past ono o'clock thi-> morning  b.\ the report that a sailor iiain' d  Color "Mcllcrmol,   belongiing      to  tl.<-  ... .   -   -.. - . -  ,-   ���������     ,   .     ���������     iTerje Vikcn had lK>en slabbed   by    a  "ijcoaiiidex -the, .lands .vibned.  >h. I.  us   today. feijw'iveiy^&ioiruit'lAJia.   hl,il������ "^^ ���������������������������<*'' Michnrl Harvey  in  fact;'they  Esuje^ui' ��������� some1 ri&spects  the best on the island.-   'that is to  *ay, there is less Waste laud nipro- \iU<n   or  oight   of     them  had    hem  tt^tiou.totha-wea-covei'od-tluuiat  ^ ^   ( lbcWiir  rtiiy other point-on-tho .island '  "liow do we "tell-what will ii.aU no"'^ '" UH' -.������''>m{t. som������ n.,,-  UpoM. Iruit land? \jWihy^.by Uie na- durinn the mghi .MtO.-rmot missid  tural growth of plants, sluujas, etc., his ring. ���������w.hich he accused one ui'  upon it. ' l would much ratlwr ������i\'e his mates of st..j.ling I'mra. hun. Tlni  an  opinion on land which Has never   ft(   om(i> s(u(.l(;f;   a    ,.ow    'Thc  mf���������  lorai cultivated than' that which has  "**" ���������   j    ������������������*   .i-    x-     i    -iin         t at  this   tunc  vcio   on  the st������<>et   in  it/cen  under cultivation.-    When  it is ���������---        .              ,  i   its  wild'state"it as   much  easici hont  ol   tho   tommr-ua!    Hotel   and  to" toll just what  it will do     when tho  noce   tbo.\   cu-atcd    a������oU>     ih"  worked'up. *"   " *   '       ru-'      l"   : ;\hok- ii.-it-id.mhood    ,  ���������^ "While  the  land  usi-tod  yesterday ,UIJl.l|llol(    tth</ ������������������������, M.ipp.������l  is  haid  to clear,   tliat  is, "USere   is '                                                , ,    ..-  ,,:,-- ���������'. xl"> f-    ...      ,.,. - ������ ill*   wai-d     had  ilvco      m. n  UcUiipk  considerable ...growth on it,  still ,; I  -think there is sufficient tiimber .owl hL'������' "'"'   v '- - '"- l1"'   ,ost      "'  able   to almost pay foi   thb''' clear--1 ho  iluop, -v.Ikii    one    oi  the   nuiu-  m-r.      A'-   fai   as   th?  land k>>o-e--,    it jj,.,      wiios.*  naim-    is  said    lo        b-'  is all  right  "      J*^   ''                    -' , , Haivev   iliew    a   sh'tath   kimo  On aii i wig "back 'ii the citv m th* all(.,. r,|llMginfl ,(   ���������lU,   ������iio   body   oi  aftcihoon,    "Mi    Palmer   vesifted,     ui ^roBijrn.ot   tuincU  and  fled  up"   Ba'"-  coiiippnv with a1  Ledger' rcpresenta- tl������7n  sti;,il(      rhfl wounded man  wan  tne,    Mi    Page's -'frint orchard   i* tanibd mto  ���������c Conimei(JHi    Hot.-l  the othei   sidd of the inlet, arid was (     ,        ,     ������������������,,,.., , .,���������mm,������n.vi  ...,., ....       .   ,    and   niedaal   aid  at   om ������*  summoned  \ery favoiably inipies>seil  with  what   ,  . ,  ,,      .  .   ���������    ���������  ' .J    ��������� '     , ., . - '  'iJouor-. lia\is and  Hr.wlale soon  ai-  he saw  there     He slates that, .theie  ... r, ���������     - . ,.   '.       , . n\ed on tui- sicno   pud attended     to  will   be a  fule ciop  of 'fruit     taloen * .  TRAIN ROBBERS -  RECEIVE THEIR  SENTENCE  * -f  lo  Ivamloops,  June  1���������Alter half    arr  hour tlie jury brought in a , verdict  of guilty,  jury  brought   in a  verdict  or g-uilly.  The judgj 1 r.a\er-sed ovor other charges against Dunn, and lawyer "Mclnty-  re Jiiado formal exception to the ver  dirt on -the g-iound sot out in his  uppiioufluii f<jr postpoiiment and  change of venue. Tho prisoners said  they had nothing to say and th'  judge nt once proceeded 'in scnlvii e  ilw-m.  ..Me said- ���������'���������'i'he case against j ou  was \..i-y cloai'. I itgc-c with th" ver-'f  did and tho soniowi' of this court  is that <>i>n I'.i'oi-.m' iOcUsai'ds i������o  c< ufni-d in th.' u<->,iloii( mry for life.  Voc, William Imii.ii, for lil'o, and .\on  fj'������ if. Colqiiho,.!) ior I vwnty-liw  ,\ oai s   '  Thc pnsrnci-. nil    look tho sent oik u  pl,ilo'--ophi'nMv  ALVRKET'FOR   FISHERIES  ���������^p-^-fc^KI/^"' ^-  MINES IRE  LOOKING WELL  STORES HAVE  AGREED TO CLOSE  Mr. W. Eastman, of Marble. Bay,  at the head of Texada Island, was  in the city yesterday���������dn fact he was  in the city twice. While pass inja ihe  harbor in the forenoon in his gasoline launch Faragut, whicli has a 2<u-  horse-power engine, something went  wrogj with the engine, and he was  foioed">to enter the harbor for repairs. With- "the assistance of Mr-  Hayden, the launcji was again put  under way, and Mr. Llastirian madei a  fro'li st������rt. Mr. Eastman was  a^a'ii^ uiifortanatc, as upon reacliinfj  the "point, his  battery gave out and  Messrs   Thorniy "send ..Weaver. -Meet  With Success and Obtai   Neces^  sary Signatures     ;; -  mmaam^amm iln*i���������., i    tarn' .*mamammammm  The Afternoon  Chosen - is   Thursday  and the Practice Will be Pur Into  Operation Next Week   ���������  Commencing on     Thursday " alter    is    entertained   but that they     u-ll  . ... . ���������10o'1 al: 01V!i o'clock next, the stores   comjilv   with  the   ro-iuest   to   si"-n  he  was unable  to start   his engine. '���������, ,,.���������,���������,.,.   ���������... v     , ,     ,, ,    "     T    ,        JT     * ���������   ,  ������ '���������>  Aft^r    nrif������nw     ni^.������    tM    ������n������r,i   ������* Lady8mith wUl heclosoo for thai   and   tlie LadysmitJi clerks   will ' no������  After    drifting    about   for    several       ���������.������������������������b     MMUU   .������     -c.   iuifnday each week until  September, it* allowed   to enjoy a    wcll-meiiti.  hours,  an  Ii.dian carme  within    hail, i ,   . .    ���������',    . ,i     ' "-��������� -  and was  despatched fc> Mcssr*. Hrar- I Vesterday Afternoon  Messrs.   ihorn- ho iday during eadi weo jf  rup &  llayden s    boathouse    for    a   ley  and Weaver interviewed the var-       Hre lrstamt agreement follows    ,  launch to tow  the disabled  boat   to  ious  merchants of the city,   an<l   of ���������,'     HaK.HoWay. Movement. ^  loit,  where she was  obliged  h. Iay 'all   those   seen  bv them  onlv  -met '   s %      ^etsrgned(tiade?nien and  until  repairs could  be obtamed! from ���������     ���������              T    ,  ���������           V       T, storekeepers of Ladysmith,   agree ^o  Victoria        '"                                      iw,th  one   r������tusal to c'.-nn������ly���������   with clcee our stores'and places'of lAfsi  'In speakiine of the mines at    Mai- '.'C rR'uest'  the excePti������n ������������nS ^ ness, *on "Tyurrsday' afternoons La\i O'io  lle-B^Mr! EasUnanTait.   ' St' T*    ^       T' "l^i   ?��������������� ������'Cl������dk' ^ * ^^ ������^������������������^  whose name is not on the list, has r oii-mericing*' June*'7th.   '  Irom  the   oichard   this  season,"*"   and  .ihi- woiiiiflcil man  ,���������    , .     -wound      has      j������iietiat������d   the     lun^  reports  the trees in excellent  condi- ^ io   ^^   i<MlUs  ai(J  l(ral.  tion.     Mr   Page has* had s0me Hour i^ ^ ' ^ ^^   y ^   ,>c   on|>  SIip  ble  but  ,with avis, an'oyster ^'hell -scale, !cu   II * ,1"  has^aWarently^solNetf'the   diffi- |������"-������ "'J    ^  hi'.ud ol  the  culty7-and-now has the pest -under I 'v- sooii-n6. tne poln  contiod-1 - Her-e.\plamed-tlie-difl'erent ali.m, * n. < f Mis-���������in" and"Constahlo  was"he&- he ha* .been,������usiivg~'to>NMlr. i Noen am . .1 o.. 'bo su?iv, Consta-  Palmer ^ yesterday, ^ and thd^latter bio -\ecu ������,������������������-> ng m pmsuit oi th--  gave him s,(������ne "valuable advice as to I man v.h������ had i'on<* the slabbing  what to do- in the futuic, rcimarkrirg lAitoi a closo s.-aich lie was lound  Ihatjie thought Mr.' Page was".cer--thiding m a largo packing case ho-  tainly coming out on���������'top  this"^.sea- 'hmd  llii.c,i*.s  ^oui;.; stoct and ^ai-  s0������-    .       <.     .....   ,,       , " '-i      .'icsted ^ ' -   ~ '      s"  rAgain   referiirig  tio1 tire  land frfcaek I    s,oin,. ()1 the actions   oi  tho sailors  ofthe citv, Mi.-Palmer stated* tlut   ,UM(.    int|10.   anusmg,  one  of th>-m,  there is a large area-there, atJeast  a laii   KIW   iJOmd   d.mio ������m   uiiu  hyp   tliousaii'l4 acres,  and     l-erhaps   otl h>   vhwl    t.l0,san  to  asslS'      in  moie      It is imposs',bkr, however he   laking. (hu- w<mndod man   down     to  said,  to tell just how much until   aJ Lho  nil       .Ko s.r ������������������  SaKl  the Danp  survey  is'jiiade^   Ihis   inomiug-Jie J.., ���������,',,  (Jo ���������   ,,,��������� %'���������u p������1,   me>    you  ..usani vent out  to,make  a     furttoi   think l ,)m u haho .     Thl,   0h,d om  inviB8lrigatt<m aid  was ci^aged-   tho >dflntu    dld     loloriiei    v������ n hand-  ivhole    fo.enoon     in,inspecting^ tire |uifiH  ^   un]^  ,)anp   TO ���������nolhel  ground    On the tup he went a.s fai  hack a's the C'hiemainus Togging lo.^d,  and   asked     as    ir> ' the quantity of  land seen, stated that theie arc-both  lots of govl    and lots   of had ~ land  tlieic.  "Mr Palmer leaves this .waer u.u.i  on the five o'clock train ioi -^es-c-  holme.  ; PECLLIAR AND PERTINENT  \An interesting relic of the , - first  genuine Indian medody has just been  discovered hy AhfraliamvIIoUmanm, an  American musician, .who is setting it  into niodeiii diess. The curio was  found recently in an old book shop  in Oklahoma,, and bears the imprint  of 1809, ncaily a century-ago.  The first $1,000,000 life insurance  policy ever written, was bought by  George W. Vanderbilt in 1897. He  was 35. years old . at the time, and  agreed to pay $35,000 a year for 20  years. According to the ' World's ���������  AVorlc, it-he "had: taloen out -this policy 20 years ago he'.would have paid  in by this -tiino $700,000, which, at  ���������I per cent compound interest would  have  amounted to nearly.-$1,1.00,000. ���������  A Madonna by Jacobo Bellini has  receJi-tly heen lac^juired by the LTD'izi  gallery in Florence. "This picture,  which is ad. perfect preservation, is  one of thc six works known to lie  by this artist. It comes from I.uc-  ci, but nothing is  known as lo     il.-;  oi the j>an������ and took them alonj; al  lluu������h lln- I aiio iiiSisIM ho wanted  n   lai i iaji -  tal rd  DAWSON IS  FLOODED  JUftson,  Mai    :il--The   waf-r oon-  tiniKs  to    use  m  the    Klondiko   and  \ukoii     Him is.    ''"ll   "   lsMlle h'ttta"  cat   t\o!   known   hoi. ���������. o\.   pt   '"   ������h������  jcai  J.SOS  It  is   impossible    to   icacn  ot   Bonanza    ( itek  points  uom Paw  son    with" stac.-s   oi   Height   t.'ams  Passcngvis can l.ikc.B slag."-  Ponanza points h\ Liossniff  bills   to Ojilivis-  btidgv, 'whew  llunlior  'ilie Niiiiaimo  Ui?rald sajs  Ci.tjl i ishing (companies should  And a1" good in ul ci ioi thfir pio-  clutt io China nnd .Japan Tho iol-  anlLinuing ivjioi I b\ Mr Alcv Jlni-  Loan, Canadian CommcKinl iagent j  u.t "i ol^ohiiiua, in d\." tiii-.c oi <-c\ eral linos oi liadr m Uip Oit^nt of  riitoi.^st lo o\;,o loi-. nun impoitors  oi 'the Nonunion- liis commUnica-  tinn   m p.m   i~. a-, lollows        t  Fish ���������"'ii'iuu !<'<! Ii-oin, too rnnfic  oast of Canada au- piomplod bj  the idea that there should he  a market ioi such hsJi as solUuited  ���������kijipers 'ou cured l^loatofs dicssod  frozen salmon, and drossrd fio'cn  Wlrbul His said that those goods  lind inai'ivPt in China of what ov i-  di-nec j-, ahoidf-il, and it ' docs not  a Pi'ear wh.\ tJierc should not be  a  mail ft iff Japan  riie answer mai he m substance  what I ha-\e spoiled with ibgaul  to innn> ihnins wluih people thiuh  should   (in.I  a   ui.ii kc i   lien' I'hcsc  -j< oils anl sin h .i-- thfvf. horn Can  ad.i. ai-2 nol hiim; oueicd hi-u- Thc  market is adundanlh sup]ilif,l, pai t-  i\ In .lapmesf ii^h-nes, and pait  i.\' \>\ bii'-ine-.s o>)iieet ions with lor-  ^li-.n (Oinitiies Thf-n' is, llicieloi-C  no nroi'd tell to <,o to Canada,  but ititeiested jj.irties hei e would  be ft'l<l ' <> .oiisidoi Ojiindian oQoi s,  !\\ whuh if is im,died that Canadian an^ii'-, ami 'ample*- should be  here [iioscnt  With rotate to China, the loading  Chinese pons aie iaiger and ha\e  a inuih laigd io.cic;u population  than those of -J:ii.-;in. and therefore  a i oiiospoiuhi l, laigoi consumption ot roioign loods Then laige as  Lho population or wapan is, that of  China is ten times ������ieatei So that  lIr> n,iti\c Lonsnmpt ion ol loie-ign  foods may be taken to be much  lai-4������'i in China .l.ipar being whol  ly 'insular', is.- more, ol" a������������������ .maritime  coiinl.r.v (ban any oi' her eont iiicntal  neighbors \oxt 1 ,t nit hsh is the  foofl of thc masses. Xot only arc  hero vast fishery I'ticilil ies. but,  'heio is, <ici" pros, nt the inc.enti\e  o   make   the most,  of  them  ci that afhe-MiK--"'n, tliprefloie, there Ladysmith Hardware'-Co.," .1  will be no grocery stores open w>,th ' Thomas, Pan~noll & TMasVctt; R. l-'oi  the exception of Mr ���������kwild's. As cimmer, ��������� George Hoberts,'* Hemnns'aiul  has  been  stated,  theie "are o-je     01   Wameley, Robt.' Wrlliamsbn^  U   Ice,  ior  I lie  I'he  stages  now   start     AH   liu   stages up  Hunker arc abandoned.  The Orr &'Turkey stage, - with  nineteen��������� passengers and g-10,000 in  gold. g-oi. into deep water at tbo  CHIT house and wns saved only by  lhe   horsos "swimming   out    with' Ihe  llriver Cleorgo ; Keeler let himself  down in front of the. bob teams  wiih ii rope to break* tbo jnm of  j,:.- so thni- the U-am could proceed.  "<)'Hru"ii's surge w.is**'wrecked' at lho  same place. ' One horse" was drowned, the stage lost, and. i'he passengers we're saved with a small boat.  ']*he waters cover the Klondike  lib's and have  washed out-j  history. * t *l*he -  work   is  of  e-spccinl  interest'tas tiomediately preceding tli!(  ,ilU;"   llU' " -���������,       ,  ,     ,i-  J ���������     heart'  of  Hw  railroad  track.  of  th.>    White   Pass   wharves  the artist; .a'ad-'Mdntegna,- his si  law.  work  of   three more famous artist-*", !"'  (U-ufviLe and  G-iowaiani,  the  sous     ol. j    s"111  * " *-      on 1;,.j.,nd  llnwson  doors a'*.-  under    watti.  Two feel  more  will cover    the   floors    ������������������'���������������������������{���������f   nil   lhe   wharves.'   and   the     prm-  B.   Walter  Mjaimder,   F.   11. A.    S.,.|cipal streeis  in Dawson,  stated at a'-meeting of tho    Uritish !    The water is risnif;' at th  Astronomical.'asiiiSiatio'h'  that: then'-| two  in-in-s daily,   and  a   great  were no. fewer' than 12; "instano'js last jnioiiui  of snow i  year  'vhen groiijrs of spots, weicspcn'.  on  the     sun    with    the -.naked eye.   BOAT  STEALING  March  21, this year,  was the      first j IN'  CUMBERLAND  with anything approaching, the dis- | i*he CurivI)Jerland News- saysJ Boat  wit.li anythinfr approaching the dis' jtealinig is .tgain lieing perpctrat-cd  play of .sen spots seen in .October at, (he Lake. Mr,. F. Crawford has  arid November "last year. The groups had several locks broken iii the last  this time were not  as compact    as  two weeks,  and as ho. has  at    last  rale of  n-  s still   in the   hilli*.  ���������REMTNT>Eir*OF THE"  VALENCIA WRECK  After  several     months,  the  Pacrfc   " p,^^ '^^'ao'' "io^t   v"o������ini  Coast Steamship Company    tosj   at     _ ; __j-  i.  last filed in the  federal court an ans- \ '"                                         ~���������~  " "             "    ~~  "' ~^~~  -������������^ ������ .. *������ c a,i,sm, 'MORE-CLAIRVOYANTS  v rec\ in  Jamiaiv  last.  .'^IvtMCX*^.  Allison lost personal eftccts amounting, as he alleged, %y the value  of $71 in Ih-' wreck," and libeled ihe  company foi tlif amount In its answer, the company takes the position  ARRESTED IN SEATTLE  SUSPECTS  ���������        *���������       v"*uii     ������*M.\*      **.i\j*.\j      x\\.\svx       nivu.    ^jau-vj    au^MJ.  newt. ' viicr  ijhat 1  s-^o, a ,corajL room���������4,<ut  teil A what's tho tuse, I'm ,no, foLtune - leLl-  i ....  r .,    ._      *���������-_    *       *���������'., ,,  Odessa, .June J ���������The a. tne nnl-  ��������� tary mvparat ions taking place in thw  |)io>.iiuc o������ Kherson Uossarnsia, l'ol  ia\ia and Tauiide, indicate ih^. expectation c>i tho I ossihilit\ oi g'a\c  tli^tui bam es in the nca> luuiro It  is learned from aa authoritathti. sou.f  co that four hundred machine guns  will 'be distributed in Kherson' pro-  -.iiko in which Odessa is situated  .mihin a month, in mow oi the  lacf. that all the a ti risons ha*vo nl-  leadj^ been   ampl;.   lurnished with  ai(illci,\     oi the   regulation   calibres  This ;o.vtrnovdinai*y  mcnsuiv  is   causing   widespread   appiohension    among  ihe   pe-uetul   poit ion   of   the    population  liuhsciimmale nnests      oi political  suspects   aie aui\ol>  pioceedmg, one  hutidrod  and. eighty   seven   'persons  wei-e  arnstcd    in   C^dessa  alone    dm  ing  thc past weok  SEEK YidLLOW  Xoith Yakima, June 2���������J   \Wilker,  ' a socialist,   was  placed  uiudei airest  '      , "I last night on Uie charge of at-tampt-  l~iEAD PASS i*ng *������,kii11 his wife a'ld t,wo (lau,8h"  j ters at, the Walker home'xai    North   ���������  ! Pirivt-^treet.    'His  wife had applied  <ni, ������������������,  .        ,-,,.,      ...    ....   jfor a-divorce from him that day and  rhoi-e  is  a lik-Jihood   that  the  Vol-1   ,     .-.--.,,    ,    +1. <.'    ��������� ,4.    ���������<.    ;  ������������������.    un   1  '-��������� ., ," ...    ���������   ,     albout  ten  o'clock  that aught,  it   is  iow    Head    1'ass    throujih  thc Rocky 1   ,.       ,    , .   . , ...  * ���������      ���������>';-alle*ged, lie w*ent home armed     with  10 ' a revolver an-d broke into the room  of his wife telling- her tliat he    had  come  to kill  her and his daughters.  A  lctdger,  Ben Kendle, heard     the  noise in ithc room and rushed in and  hem  trun.sconliiienlu!,    will he .carry 'after a hard fight  with. Walker,   suc-  iiiff   freight     through     this  gateway , ce������ied      in'. disarming him.    Walker-  into British Columbia. jWas then placed urfder arrest and is  Th.- Cm ml Trunk Pacific may very J now  in  jail.     Mr.   Walker alleges    in  reasoniibly     he    expect ed   10       avail  jier compIaSnt for a divorce, that her  iho;nseiv.-s    c.f.   thai   pass, .although ! hu&band abhsed her and thajt he did  plans have  net   yet  been  filed  at Ot-'.'nothing but  lie around bhs house an.-:!  lawn   showing    ihnt  it   will'be, tho talk socialisip. while she made     tine  run to.     The   Company will     exhaust j living.  ovM-y means to discover     whether   a  beili-r  pass   .-.-cists       before    electing-  io  lake   the  Vol low  Head,  but   those  a  fteaitlc    despatcn    sa>s      Mad-  .,, jjdtrol box, a iiaii  oi' blaclJhoi.sea,  ..   t.   .. , l-llC ll>   *-��������� l'1*-1'-- and .\tisa .uai> rti-   .uiu  inou   **.uui     rwit  caps and,   Une  that  tho wreck    was due to   faulty *lIV|   lll0    u.lttl,,rs    ol"  Ulc >tu^     MUU      ^ hm  ihf,lc  is'a police.'.,la  .aAigation, and that the ollicers and   ,l0.  ,..oni>   Urci   wish tl.cy    hadnH '^n and moie  mea^ith. blue .suit,  u        ,   ,r?* n0t lh������ ^"'^".v-'usieidai   and are now- under air������*t '  ?rTL?ainft1 ''  "   ^ I "     d������"aIS    ^   riCcliei  l������  aill������ ' Si*-cial  Olhcc    CI.ilv all ahout hnn-'^i       better  come on ,w^th   nip."  ,scli came out 01 thc evpense account |    It was .but a few    minutes , latci  01 thc e.iir-f of polite, but then     in- ' ihat Miss .Periy stopd 111, jrontiof tj.c  "vigh.   into the  lutuie andt their 1-now ' patiol .box that)ijx&i.i^ct/Txwixvxi-  ADDD^Tt?n,fclt    *''  ll"   Pa:>fc <hd 1M?l  r"*a-   to ^ a,id ^ black horsea with the'Uis  AKlvtl^ 1 EiL)  ^eui   Ul^ which   would   haVe"   pre- "vagon     and    the'men. in blue suits  -.tntt-d ihJin fiom makiuo the giiei- ,iro\������ up loathe ciriel''of .Third A^-  oub trior -of snapping at"the Ixart \.mie and't'n.on su'eets Mrss Pciiy  i.'ironn  them  bv  ttappensteUi s- men. ' ^.de in the open wagon lo thc   po-  -Miss Perry's apartnienti at' A12V ]KC staiion where she" was informed  ihird Atenite were lirst soug-ht - h\ that she would ha\e to" deposit 1.100  Oinc������!i tlai^ lie bad scon her ad- (..������sli bail for bci appearance in com L  ������ciiisemcnus which heiahled her /a-.-a'to answei 10 a charge of'^agianc  palmist, spiiitmal medium,- eaid ie.nl- ^d^i the ..tnte law It took some  ei,  and a  teathei   <^ all' those aits "tune befoie hei   ineiids could  collect  C'laiiv ascendod the narrow staii- tbe nccessaiv amount/_  way and knocked-at tho dooi that " "\l,ss"Pert\ had "boon at"~the "police  w^is, in crj-jo 1 w ith ',Uie name of the station but a short trme when "Ma-  ���������sootih-sayer. Miys Perry is a short, dame Piers^ainved Special Ofiicci  fat, httie woman with aubuin hau, Clark was. at ii acted t.o������Jicx, place bv  and jew el'y of many \arieties and an. ad\ ct'trsement ni "which sho an-  sha*H^. She bade the newcomer t-n ^noui'iced, that she .was, a spurt mil  ^eI- medium,  a   magnetic lvealcr  and,   rn  Clark explained  that he had   bceii   iact,   \ety   .vorsaerle   an. reading   the  there before, and Miss Perry rerae-m-  futute and in giving advice  bcrod him distinctly as the nice man.    "Mudnmc  Piers'  apartments  ate    m  who had called some months ago.       the Yellowstone,  \212L~ Fi.ist  a%emic  Uter the preliminaiy ]>-aymcnt of She lemeirabered Clar'c,, as"had Uic  the dollar Miss Perry seated herself other Ioi tune tellei and rnvjited him  on tlie opposite side of a small la.- lo sil down in her loom The 111 st,  ble frojn the offtoei_and for hall an thing ,sbc. as\ed for was the money  bom held his hand and poured into and Clark \gave away the chief s  hrs hear talcs of nches and wcal-th cash, as if it were water Their Ofh-  that was to be his in the near hi- ' Ccr Barck came again and marie a  ture. Clark finally tore himself little prophecy that came true  awny and fountf Jock Barck- outside ' Chief, Wappenstein declares that h^  waitino foi him. I will-keep .on-making-ariest^-iust   ns  Baick went to Miss" Perry's room. , Ion/-; _as there is a cl-a/hvoycni or^ n  bu^he didn't get his fortune   told     J foi tune teller in  the citv whom    he  'I can tell a little" futti-r.e for can a*et under the s'tnTe ^-u-Miny  you.-Miss Perry," he said.    "I   see  law. ""'  SOCIALIST  ARRESTED  KOR  ATTACKING WIFE  inounlains will become one of  busiost. .portions' of the west within a few yeiirs. JI is not- improbable that within the. near future four  "���������rent', rail way systems , most oi  ,1  tht" chief groups of 1905, but they  extended over'. considerable areas. ���������  London Daily Mail'.  got a clue to the perpetrators- it is  surmised that there will he a hot  time coming  for ^omobody  socm.  The  Colonist of today contains the  following:     The death occurred   yes-  in  a  position    10   know  believe    tliat I t<Jtday  ���������,t  fchc family  residence,    6n  the .inner .will he the way t-aken shahespe������re street, of Aidcew John-  by the CJrnnd Trunk I'ncilic through Ron ^ the age of 30 years. Decc.as-  the niountoins. (v' was a native of Gl-asg-ow, Scot-  Tim Canadian No'-thern. uecording jawl) au(| Came to Victoria in 1S94.  to their usual methods, ore qpiietly ue fe^veg a mother, .Mrs. Joseph  pushing forward lho surveys on the Crawford, and one sister, Mrs. W.  line   to the const and nc.fuiring-   aaa-A.  Luncy.     The  funeral   is arranged  Mfff:  WJiH DEFEAT  - Nanaimo,   B.C.,  Juno. 1.  Thc 100-yard foot race betw-oen  W. Wilson, 01 Calgary and W. 11.  Ferguson oi Vancouver, formerly of  thi.s city took place at 7:30 last  ovening on the Caledonian grounds  attracted several hundred spectators.  This match race was. tbeoutcomo  of tiie 100 yard race amateur  which was held in connection  with thc Celebration sports on thc  Cricket ik'ld on thc 24th of 'May.  At that 'time Wilson came in behind both Ferguson and Cerard.  Immediately afler the men he challenged ������4th.-r of the men to a  match race al, 100 yards for a S5'"  prize.    'This  challenge  was  promptly  eat wab pulieU ofi la&t urglii villi  tho rusult that Wilson won b.v n.  lull thivu yards.  Mr. G.���������' E. T,-. Eittchdrigh wa.s  starter, the jfTdg-es being lie v. -Mr-  iUcLeod, of--V'ahcouveivi'^'C. Johnson  and .*:.  S.  Sutherland   of this   city.  On the crack of the pistol Wilson  was the first*'man of'the scratct, gain-'  ing" d yard 011 his miin./at t'hc ji'nnii  Ho kept increasing his lead a"hd finished an .-easy winner, not having  been called, unon   to extend   uiuiseii  ���������* V-   V   '-V, :.       ���������  to  the utmost. i"  Mr. Fergii.son lias , noc-Kcusie to-offer for his " defeat, 'biit simjily says'-  he went, up against a-"-faster man  than -himself. He ���������'fully believes how  ever that Wilson. as he styles him'scli  is a ringer, and that in '���������eality he  is an Kastem mart t.ravelling under-  an assumed name, in order io pick  up a. few-. easy - dollars.      -;'  Tf any pf the local sprinters warns  a match Wilson- will aceoinodato  them, even going as for as to coi\-  cede good  handicaps.  .1  Mtrs. Tingle, pres.idon,t of the  Raja  preliminary   step.     V.   is   said tracts |to lake place    on   Sunday ^ttcmoon ��������� accopt���������d   by Forg,,son   who felt ���������,,ilc' ^ogi school in". Ca'lHc.i*nia,)and a>tm-  in his ability to Ix-at  the    iiar school  in."Santiago,'tCufba,    Will  -:*:     I tMstahlish another school at- Pinar;del  of timber   ar.d  niiiin-al   lands    in the   at 3 k>'clock  from  the residence,  northern   interior   of    tbe    province-  Thai   line    is niso  expected   to  come  through thc Yellow Head-  Mrs.  J.  \V. Watsoii'was'a passcn  ger to  Duncan on the morning train.  confident  ��������� 'strange--.  After a day's poRtponement."thd"cv-   Rio. KA1LY      LEOGiSR  THE DAILY If D6ER  t-Htiheued   every day except Saaday.  .������*,       THE        DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT T-AD YSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION     W.OO  a  Yeai  50 cents per month delivered.  rr  SATURDAY  June 2,    1901  -   V.  -CANADIAN  EXHIBIT  '   ^ y"^\      l     TO NEW  ZEALAND  An   international   exhibit ion    is    ui  be hold    ui     Uaglt-i      iiaik,   CJi'is-i-  SliuVchfc\0.tateibuii,   ,>,. w   . AaK'iiu,  fiOj'n -No'veinboi,    li'Ou,    to  tne inon.ii  of March,     1007,   iia1usi\o   m    \.l i h  tlie nations oi   ihe    uoil.l    h.i\c  Ij- ' n  invited   to   put <.iup.nu        The    object  '        of  the        exhibition     is    edm.itioii.il,  and   it   is   intended       to   du-inoi.su.He  the    resources   and      possibiht ies oi  , 2xew   Zealand  ai> urn;  oi   the    worlds  lood  producing    l.cciois,    its nmieiul  resources; etc  The   Canadian jjo\eminent   will    u'i-  ect tt  i-ix.'ciul     building   nliuli    will   ne  u    tlovoted  e.Mliisncli      to   the-    .Kcomo-  ,       datioii   oi   cwlnbii.s     illusti .iiiug   tin  natural   ami     miinuf u.tared   |iioducts  ol ^Canada.     'The spate asaiiuhk-  ioi  Canadian  exhlbhoiVuiIl   be    Li> Ouu  leut' 'SfyUa'm,   and  will   be'allowed    to  ..Canadian     ltiaui'iiac.t'u'iers      'rice'    oi  chargji*, 'providing  th,   nut me    oi   the  exhibit'"oifcretl is o'l'd'Ui'id Vn  which  a'trade' 'with -*\e\\  Zealand can be in-  i"    .itiatett-"or iriu eased     lhe    Cuiiadian  ^ gbY&miieiit ' aKo   olieis     to paj   thc  cost   of   Iranspo'uatioii fiom     points  ,'j  in Canada "to ' Clinstchurch, N'e������ 'M\\.  land     They      will  also   be  installed  <-      ��������� ,. * '  i 1 and man. lamed     clu>*ing   thc toim ol  .* the exhibition at the   expense ol  the  ^Canadian gx>\einmeut      Jt  ib  intcnd-  ,  ,,,  ed that all exhibits should be disposed of  by  i>alc  oi   othcwise  m     New  ^A^aland artei tho    exhibition        The  "goods  which  aie  to  be  ictiuned     to  ,   Canada will   be tamed   at   the     c\-  J pense of the ow uoj  '  1 Arrangements ha\e beou made with  the   t 'Bucknall  Steamship   Company,  operating a direct line oi steamislups  "between  \ancou\ei      and   L-jttlcton,  New Zealand    to cam   the    exhibits  which   will   be   touted   uom    cliflcicnt  r -Jgnrt-jjin  Canada in oidei    lo    leave  "the Pacific coast about  tho first week  in August -   '  <\'ApplIdatioits   leu   space  and  uouoi-  pondence' relative   to     the e-Unhitlon  1   .     shduld'be'adebessed   <il ortt'e     to >-<.-  ^hibitieti   branch'   depai line rtl   of    ng-  ^      'rlfQ'ltuie, Ottawa  - ,   -���������" '-    : ;0   *"   ���������* * t  , < The      small     .awmill    at      JwaLsi  rBtxyrr������eAl   "Bi'ougKtoii   rsiand  was on  . Thi*frsdily bought   by  Ah      J    ^    Cm  v erson   from the assjiqnpe   'of the     de-  -funcfc    Kwatsi    JUij    I umbei       Company     This  mill  has   a "rapacitj    of  approximately   twentj   thnusanrl   net  of lumber per day  "More valuable than the null i������o-  pertj,' there went with it in the  sale   a'fanlv laige ncc-iuge of timber  the only tool needed is a brush  . :^yd^^fP^j^JJ^V(  ^vlnch  is. supplied .with 'every  furnace.  It does not require an  expert to clean out the flues  of tlio "Sunshine" furnace���������  ���������   ������������������������������������'���������/./ HIM  Clean-out doors are placed in'the    '"���������"!. >'.\\  casing, and the brush can easily bo' inserted.' "     "-"---  This heater just bristles -with exclusive "features -such - as - ������������������  automatic   gas , dampers,,large double"feecl-doors,' steel' ^onie,'  double shakers and steel radiator*.   ,      ,  , ���������. . , -ii  ���������...   ^   .,  ' Tf you want tlie best furnace made' get the" &unshinel"  .-Sold by enterprising dealers' everywhere.     'Btfoklot "free:1  London.- Toronto. Montreal.  "Winnipeg. "Vancouver.  '   *  ' Bt. John'. ' HAiiu/T'oN.  IlaMng laUi'B "vet the barber shop  nown as tin. L.idj.smith Shaving  P&ilois,' High St., 'I intend,-by Keep  mg 'competent ' wovMncn,"to- conduct-  a first-class establishment, awl" ">  spectfully  solicit -jour iwtroiiage., ..  ���������    THOMAS" LEWIS  The bd^smiili Hardware CQ.^SoleiAgents  ei equipment tif th<*' Kwaisi l>a-v  Coinpanv wns includ'd in th sale  'Mi limeiso'n 'w lU'optlate tll'c mill  usino, it as a soi'l oi adjunct to th<  Hnici son cedai Iuinbci null at'J'Oi t  Moodv 'limber' Irtim;' tul at the  liineison limits it P.i enroll ton lMaml  will  be   cut    at the    little mill  1Mb Io fonlractos  Tenders for Steel.   Rails and I������"a>Ven  ings and R.ulw ,iv 1 h������s  Sealed  tendtib'   ltddrossed   to    in.  deisigned   Aiartod     on the envuopr  "Teirdeis for  Steel lUils,'' 'Meiuicr  * l  SHIPPING    '  PAUPPERS  London,'  Al.ti'   . 1 ��������� In the ^Jouse o;  ( ominous   icight       Hon      II      Ckid-  ,     .   . * '' '  si one,     in   ici.lv    to   ]\li        Bottomlj  ndiiiiT.li cl  thai      Julo  7 s        had been  paid   out    oi   lhe   cml  sei v ice . iimd  to enable   Shutlcwall   t,o   fo to,l\in-,  ���������ll1-1 .     ,     .., ..^         .....     - '  Su   CJ'Ibut   l'ailei    asked    whcftbci  the   home   see i el in v   cjoes.    not     con-  ,nki   it  an  i,inli ipiidbj , ���������at t w towaicK  a  British colonv    to  unload  undcsiie  able aliens   m.  Clanada   lo which   no  .ipswoi   v\ a,s given ' '  Right    lion , liu   Haldane   said'his  111 on 1 ion   'ad   hem   'ailed      \o     the  *iod    ol  linlil.iiv   liaiumg jn Canada  Jtihieh   he   htli'-Mil   was    much   moie  successml    than < hid  been   unticii>at-  cd bv   titdlei\    Cvpeits   in thiscouu-  ti\ lhe   wiKib  .mallei    was    uiulci  temsidc r.it ion  W *       t  ioi Railway Tic*������," 'i Tuidus lor j M\ Tied Ruj,\hot torn lelumcd  Space Uais," "Tendeis [ol rJoLe,, .Jjlast mghl fiom a shoil busmess-  Muts,"    "Tunders   Jut   Spr'as      ant)   li.p   lo ^miomu  Tenders for bullocks/  tcspeUL.'clj   ^  will be icceivpu, at  trie oltict .f  the'  Comoupyoneis of the  ri.u������.ti)utineii  tal liauway,   at OtU'u,   until    12  0 clock    noon,    ol   Uu?  7tlr,  ,tiaj      of  -���������*��������� - .���������"���������>--���������  held'undci   license      VII   thc loe,s     in   juflCi     1900,      fui      {.i.vtj-h\e    thou  the  watei    lumbei   m  vards and  oth-   san(i   (,Ca,000   g^^s    tons   Ql    tiohU  " notind (i>u lb) steel, mijls,(open health  afanard's Lmi'ment*Co*, 'Ltd ^  UesselI10l<  a).  LUc ol,u0n   ol     Uu-  '  "-' " Yarmouth,  N   b       C0mmibblOnets)     jnd    the   nite-s.iw>  --   Gehtlemen-lu Januarz last, Fran- fastenm,rSi (aud ror Qnc nullion,   Hm  "eis I^eclare, one of the men employ  ad''by me, woikmg in ihe lumlbei  'wood?, had a tree fall on him, crusli  "ilBg'bim feaifully. II������ was, when  found, pl/aced    on  a slod and     ta^en  ' home, where giav-e feata weie enter  tained foi his recovery, hrs, hips being badly bruised and his bodj turn  ed  black from his  ribs  to his    feet  >We used MINARD'S LINIMEN'l on  him freely to deaden the pain and  with  the use of thiee bottles he was.  " 'completely cured ami  able  to   r el urn  to' work  SAUYEifn ntjv, \r  Elgin Road, L'Islet Co ,  (Jue  aW!SJJSEifa&'!;  **���������������***  LAC -'SMITH TRANSFER STABLE.  X  I  X  1  1!      Mt)V  t.    PIAfMOS,      ORUANS,.ANP.HOUSEHOLI)     ^^' ' ' U      Mu  T ED  PROMPTLY   A    M>   tiKYe.l.\    f ������  t Stables .:. the .eai of thc Lad vsm.th   note!        L.'a-e  i.Mcrs  at    -������i..     *  Abbots       foul  A.    J    WASKLTT,    PROP .J  '1  Lstjuimalt   & Nanaimo Railway  Thne Table No. Sg  [ Effective  April 29th,  1'jOI.. !  'Iran.-,  fcjve  i������u>smith   lor   Victoria  and   all   lntcimuliaie stations , at  J   !) 10 a.m   dailv^ and at 5 00 p.m   0u   '-TcdneMlays, jSatnidavs,   and^   Siui-  H.+++++++ ���������������������������-*- .���������*-������-������������������������>  v.,,,.   "7;(i4 t������������������.,yw;'^.  *STT<VtS"^"B\THS  HOTEL   DOMINION  TJest-acoommodatioir for transient  tnd  permanent  boanleis and  lodgem  GRAND       HOTJ^Lj  This 'new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the'bat is up-to-  il������ie Rates $100 a day and ������P-  wvrds. s    ' '  Vi'M.  BEVER1DOE, Prop  ������llui-li :���������* ������������������" w ���������-'' TA*y������������l������i  _llrt-,    >.* a i ,u d$l.50���������  F ���������"       to  -1:1 ctvai, b'lit   laidn. Band  ruilwav dppot������.     IGlocd e ca e pvery h e  aiinui.ee'i������ dl Mi'" a f"   Lle.eily-    Bur  findt'HblJVine-ci **4!���������������' . --    ���������  EY RAYNES, Proprietor;" ���������  U3bott ftT., Vancouver b, c  THE JONES HOTEL  ��������� WI ITT IS   COOK���������  and  -   WI1ITJS   LABOK���������  ISmiiloyed Only  davs.  Traii.s leave *"c.ad'ysfiirtl*i tot'Mellington ami .m'YntctniWiafe^T^lnWilw  at 1167 a in jluily, and at 7-:00 p.m. on Wednesdays, Satnrdav6 and  Sunday-..       ^ ;  - ,J v /' j   >  hxcu-ston tickets'  I       41  ���������   W ������ J ^. m^  tf^  ,'**���������-.* ON SALE -TO AND FROM Aid, STATIONS  gand^iu* goinRJlonrney  Saturday   - UcUAuAdars, return nu; Dot later than  tlie following  Monday.  ,  -���������r, Siac Jtier Joan���������-  -    Sails from Lajvsmith for V^:.3-���������*      '- > -\     >      ���������    r'r Wh ������ mwVn.i  uver e.very..^turday at B-OO^.m. and  Ladysmith at 2.o0 n.m.  returnini: sails .from  Vancourar    ior   Ladysmith  IMI     t      *l  ������J(1      ������^|   f  mV^ammmamaaaaam i ���������  jl i I I        *.*   ( J        t*i        ,9n I  f tH*.  ^~r-r-*--ns77n  * *     n I*.  _.., mi  xcursi&n4  (Half Block, from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith  STl  -VM 111. V1RI>  ltRNISIl   ROOMS  BAR SCPPUED Willi BEtT  WINKS, IJQUOKS, CIG������RS,.  ABBOTSFORDHOTEL  A. J. McAlURfRiE, Proprietor  Newly iitted up and  Furnishecl  LAD\SMHH,   .C  Good tables and good  Rooms        ���������>  PORTLHND HOTEL-  DAV.1I) I1YM151, Piop.  Board at reasona!" c  Rates  The bar is extra  W.Q11  Stocked,     ,,  This  Hotel  has    been completely       renovated.  Board amd lodging $1.00 per-day. ���������   -  HOTEL    PRETORIA  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Rar  Sunplied  with  the ~13cbt  ,\Vincs, 1st .^venue "���������������������������:   -   *-   Ladysmith B.C:  ,    Liquors and Cigais.    TH6CITYM  R. Williamson Prop     ,  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  .������������������-���������������������������������*������������������>������������������������������������������������������  TRADE  MARK  Get What Yoi  ,, isk For  Unscrupulous dealcis have  Jjccn known to place mieiioL  boots rn out cartoon-31 and represent them as "LECKIE  BOOTS " Don't be imposed  upon There are no others  ; ".JUST   AS  GOOD."  The; above trade mark is in-  ; delilbily  branded  on  the    sole  ��������� ^of -every    genuine  "LECK-IE  BOOT."      It stands  for  ALL  -LEATHER BOOTS made    to  resist    the roughest   western  :-*vyear.  Ask for  and  INSIST   upon  getting LECKIE BOOTS.  ���������������^w������  '        '   '���������������''"       '  Manufactured by  J. LECKIE Co.  VANCOUVER, B, G  hundiod and  lQr.t\;irve tkou&.md,   U.  "51"),000)  lailvvav   ties,  in stuct . ac  coidaricc  with   the. sptciliciliQrit.     of  U.e commissiQueis . __    ,  'Icndeis must he made on, the  foims supplied by the Cornnussmici-^  which, ci* well as the specif -cations,  ii..i- be oh lamed on application to  Illicit D Lum&dcn, ( lnei LuMJicci  Ottawa, Out , ol to A F l)ou-  cet, Drsluct Lirgni'Li, C^uil^, I' O. ,  oi to A i: Ilod-,n h, Distni I lln  nincer,   lu nol."-, (/nt.irio ^  Full lnfoiiiuvtion in ie_,ai) lo deli J|  virus, qrantitie-s ioi winch unltis  will be received, and also as lo the  olhei conditions on which lenders ���������no  made, is unur on loim ol ten lu \ ^  sainnlc ol thc nutlocN r i rr ill 1 on ||  must jrcompaiiv each I n lu loi * ut iU  loevs S  Fich t'lifki mist lu si^.ol .tiul Q  scahd hv all par lies In Uic,lcn'u \  and witni'.s ci ad hi icimr-i an id y  l^\ an id i il "-1 ' lu uie mi a i'i n I"  tcuil 1 an'v oT (' e Dimiinioii ol < " L"1  ail i [nvahlf lo Me ( niiiini ' k n rs |3  of   liu     I i llisi (H 11   . nl  l    S.l| III     I   |L   11 lo lu  |H 1    (I III   )    nl    I  dpi  ( 1-0,111 ������������������ <l( i (.-.ill il ',h. | id whose  I iidi r i i, hi I d v ill I nl niiie-d  wilhui tin (lavs nlld l'u -.i inn_r of  (lie contiact  'lhe i ri^ht is res ned lo i |i ( I anv  ui  .ill tench i s  Hi   or lei  V    C   m  \\    Srr id n\  Thc  Commissioiicis   oi   thr    ' i iihinn  tin ii tal Pailvvav  Di 1c I  at   OHav   i    V,iv   I'I    I'Kid  IT DEITIES  COMrETITIOX  ATSON'S  Iiiiv    \    io'    p  I < III  ('( I Hi  HO I   I   |      (ft     1 ill     U Jl  tf  HOW  TO  BREAK   UP   A  COLO.  It  may  be a surprise  'jo many  to  learn that a severe cold can be completely    broken up     in  one or     two  days'   time.      The  first   symp';:nns of  a cold  is a -dry,   loud  cou&h,  a i*io-  fuse watery discharge iro'n. He   i'Sc,  and  a  thin,   white eo-itrag  un      U.c  tongue.     When Chamlfocrlain's   Coujrlf"  remedy is taken every hour on     the  first appearance of  theS"*    Kyinploin*",  it counteracts the effect  of thc  coid  and restores the system- to a healthy  condition within a  dav or  two,   For  STOVES! STOVES! i  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of j  Litest Styles ant! Newest Pauerns--Wedo 2  A1 j kinds of Foundry and Repair. Work j  Nickel Plating in all its branches a Specialty *   -       * ' v       x f  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld   ?  'J ELK PHONE [ui  .     . .  P. 0. Box  12  ,., ,..,...........���������..���������..���������.���������������������������.���������.���������"���������������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������������������������  WM    MUNXIE,   1'iesiilent     J    W.  CORURN, -\I.uiaeing Dnector  Telephane -1-u. 'Lr**   *"^'������  rnnor   Tn    I Til  t  ���������t  *  t  t  *  *  *  <  he Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd  MILLS   AT   PIDDICK    AND   LADY SM11 H~       -   ���������*  Shingles at ������pooieiltv  M\NliF\C'lCKKRS  01'"���������  RoJi������ii ami Dressed i<ir and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS    S1IINC.LE.S,   MOULDINGS,   '��������� 1-71*0.,     of    the.   BEST  QUALITY  SKASONISU.      AND    DIUWI)     FLOOHINGS      AND  I-M NISI! INC   LUMBF.R IN STOCK  *  V  _ Low F  ., ,   '-������iHotm,cl 'Frfp.-*'  ������- ��������� -������^  ms Ticket-M,d.^re4ftht-Ottica>.7r������..,i |r t/^"i&   VnnA^  *    T*a������scontiReiital  03     iwi������. ^/^  m^uvm^  I  ^iiis^aily      Lt      ^TtoMW^rain |  XRlCNi^lL ������1 Ml TED      '  ��������� ���������������������������'���������" tJriiL Train of  " kase, 'fe'leganceV^Exceflence.*  ,,   Every  mile, & m picture, ^ and  no, smoke, to, spoil, the   view.  Through Compartment,   Ob-  servation and Pullman , Sleep-^  ^rs; i  also    Through    ToiiristV  jCa^s to Chicago.!^  ,    ,    .   ,  3  At antic Steamship Business to Europe "  |JJ ��������� '       '.    .   .    .1. ....      ��������������� ��������� .7,1  ,    .        - i������.our Specialty  JlS Union    .Terminals .with. all.  -"  *���������' v       j X\*X       \^X������\       Jf       **1i * ' ^J.������t  'S^teamer^lines. ,_  Berth reservations by wirel  ,��������� Great,NorthernrS.S. ,0,0. ",  IT.OR; JAPAfJ , AND  CHINA. Ti  ..Steamships, Minnesota and Da-,..  Jkqlia, sail^ .from "Seattle for Ja^ t  ,pan  japdl QI)jn'i..PPf'!,������ at Jre^^  , -fv-ppr 4*t*-. ...Tp^fili. .^iling^  .,dates ,can,,hcsecured  upon ap-.  , jilicfttipn ,to anvy Great North-u  eijn represe-itatlve., ,  .r, ,( A.^I'.A., Seattle,, Wasli^  E,R. STEPHEN, w/     ���������   ,   jj  Gen., Agent,.Victoria, B.C.,  i* *���������������*!,     WiV     ������JGtU      W\  *^������  k. J. HENfl  ���������-:���������    NUMIIt   ORtOI- i  H0I|SE^AND SECD  1"J10^ *V������rfminJsterr Road, ^  [   Headquarters lo'r^���������  '  PACIFiti OBOWN b.rden, lltld  is.    \n. a;./**  r.irii n-.ifi-jT.-fas  and flow.cr 5RED5.  lot distribution.  .  ,r -jri  .i.tT t...  Large, Btoclc   of Home ; ���������  ,hGrowft FRUIT and OR-"'  NAMENTAn... TREES i%  ��������� now- matured -tor Spring. 1  No expense, loss or  de-"''  lay of lumfgation or m-^  spection t -���������  Let me price your list  , before.-pJacing your   or- t.aB/T  ^der..Greennouse..Plant?, ZT^  i..fioj:al P������elia������e������...F.citiJk.vif  - -**ers' etCk-'' "���������'���������  '-^3010' Weetthihster-Road.--''  VANCOUVER1, B: C-  '.Cool,  drains'  tt ^c  .        I * J  Tfaifls-  ii  On .Sale May 21,..25, 20..   i  To"lew'Haven, Con/'-'$i)l.ia  1 * i  t        v ,< 'u   ������  ������*>1'   -    July '10 'to 15.  To   ������������������ ��������� 'Denver   4 'tit * '  ;....���������,.   i , August 7," 8,' 9:   '  "fo'./ --Milwaukee-   Mlt  si  .,���������....;o  O  . I . 11 "'���������"is"' /l-  .j.i.iC^'P  m  ' ���������"- Sept.- s, o; io."-  ������to- ���������   Toronto  ������������������ -  <       s.i        V - '    -'  5   .-..June.-I,'������j'7, 211   25.':i-J'0*1  ���������-������������������ JuIy-2, 3,-A*ug.' 7,' 8; '9.*"',*-''kid  ; TO ALL t#\,ftj������_  ������������������' 'For particulars call 'on    br^  'write E.'E   Ulaclvwopit,' Gen-  "eralJ Agent, 'Victoria, 'iJltJl" ''^.^  ���������������������������A.   D.'   Charlton,  A.G^P.X.t  i. v������ ,.-:.-., tf^;   p'o.'tia^i ore.!',  1      .������    ���������* -    .1   I,'"- ���������  111../-. )  I,,.    ,j,..ii.-w  Are Yqu  oing Ea  **     fl  , Then ba aura yoar jtlckets .refill..jrin  ...      .J>' "      '   '     '       ' ' " t' ,  FOR THEJIfieESTvBAR-GAmiN  The only llneucw' making UNION  DEPOT connections' at ���������" PT- .PAUL  and .MINNEAPOLIS- with the  through trains from the " Pacifli  Coast. ,       "   **  , THE1    SHORTEST'",LINE, TF-  FINEST^TRAINS,   THE 'LOWES'"  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  ,   BETWEEN       -  MINNEAPOLIS,  ST.   PAUL,'CHICAGO, ' OMAHA,    KANSAS Clf >  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask y-  local agent or write,  F. W   PARKER  General  A ������ ������r������  ���������5'iO 2nd Avf., Srattlt  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  DUNDEE-?-  f I jale by  Ladysmitl*  Pharmacy,  Scotlands Best.  -?  4< _ _!-. ........���������  t ���������������=* 1 PURCHASERS   AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOU> AVI)  t "���������"���������                                             SILVER.ORES-'  I Smelting Works at  1 LADYSMITH,   B. C.  * ���������        ..  ���������jh     ��������� l___���������:   '4- .  * HEAD OFFICE -'*.  j DUNCANS STATION, CLERMOfH LIVINGSTON,        J  I       Vancouver Island, B. 0. -. General Manager.  '  .33..- ,jis������>:  on  ftf-ijes:  :M'-.^.  Ifoise' PaiWin-f -[specially  , ,.r������e;i ers in . ...  Pianos, and  Organs..  Ladysn.ith, O.C   ..  BiO leMion  in order  ���������������������������:?.  Under New Manajjment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B:C.  Jf s. R.^McKinnel  Proprietor.  Commercial Mens' headgaavters.   .  Modern and     Strictly First'Claas,  Fire Prool    Buildiag-.'  ^    Sole Af/enls for B. C.  I   ���������*  X. Smi  Resturant and lodging Rooms  HAS  BEEN   REMOVED TO-  ������First    Avenue-  PAINTING   AND  PAPBRHANGING  Neatly: and Artistically Done          ������������������-;   ������������������"-  Orders Promptly   Executed  S ROEODING   ��������� ��������� --   LADYSMITH ��� -> VI.V ��^ W <C.U��
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Rathbone Sisters, meets in Uie Odd
fellows' Hall   "every  <2n'd    aiid"4tli
Tuesday, at 7:30 jj.m.
MRS. KATE TATE,       !
M. of R. & C.
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[Notice ia "Inventive'tAge "
Book "How to obtarn Patents" _
. Charges moderate. "Up fes*jUj)aJ,piit ia Eecure 1
J"   Xstterarstrictlyco*b*Meiifian   XclcTrfss,
r E. G. SIGGERS, Patent Lawyer, Washington, D. C
Ur. JDier can  he ioimd at  any tn��
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tal   work  is  guaranteed  io   be fin ���
lass and rates reasonable ���
Express Work
... Wood and Bark for Sale �����..*--'
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s.   Consumers are renucsted to call at  the office    on Roberts   street *-,.
lay Water    Rates, between the 10th ( and the 25th of each uiunlh.
Office Hours IP. H. 4.30
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WOOD  and
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Done Promptly and
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Mcrfesho���r5lancf Genera1 Blacksmiths.
In Your Leisure Time
If you cou'd start at once in a business which would add a good round
sum to your present earnings���without INVESTING A DOLLAR- wouldn't
you  do  it?
_Well, we are ���willing to atart you in
a profitable business and we don't ask
} ou to put up any kind o��a��dQllar. . .,
���LTur proposition la this: We will
ahip you the Chatham Incubator and I
Brooder, freight prepaid, and
You Pay No .Cash Until
After 1906 Harvest.
Poultry raising- pays.
People who tell you that there is no
money in raising chicks may have tried
to make money in the business by using
setting hens as hatqhers, and the/
might as well haie tned to locate a
gold mine in the cabbage patch. The
busiae >s of a hen is���to lay eggs. As
a hatcher- and broodei she is outclassed. That's the business of tlie
Chatham Incubator and Biooder, and
they do it perfectly and successfully.
The poultiy business, properly conducted, pays far better than any other
business for the. amount of time and
money  invested.
Thousands of poultry-raiseis���men
rind women all o\er Canada and the
United Stales- have proved'to theii
i.,Ui->taction that it ts profitable to raise
chick's with' the
w. f. company
Install fire
: fighting system
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Buller Street ._-
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Will be Delivered on ' Motid riys, "Wednesdays.
Fiid.iys and Saturdays
/Irders./inu-tL l>e in d��yvelev<en oicjpcfc on day x>{ JDcU.vtiy,\   -
Union  Brewing Co
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?EKEKAJx.bxipB.E^ AND.
WORK PU(niPTLY  n*    -   ���
Leave ordfrs ��t Uie A huotsford   ���
l>f.R.B. Diei
Surje in Dentist
All  work fr-        t-eil, and a,t  re*.'-
RESIP'-N: Y) AND office
Gatacre S-. Ladysmith
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'Meets   in tlie r 0   O .F. Hail, -J ���.*.
(jy.sniith,    lhe   Second   and   , JTourU
fl'ednesdays of eat'li inontli, -comin!-n
mg Wednesday,  13th., 1905.
Vlsdting Druids     are tr.vttcd  to ii-
By Order.
WM.'RAFTER, Reef Sei'tv
Manufacturers Of.���
i ���     .,'     ..   .
And the Principal Business ceuteri ot^ "
Ontario, Quebec, and the
Maritime Provinces.
1 or Tl ma Tubles, etc , address
CEO.'W.* MUX,"
[ Aeslptiint Clcu*; tUsscuger.'and Tlctet Agent), |
No. 2���130 Eggi
No. a-a�� Egg,,
__"Y<nii4ia the first incub-xtorlhuve
used, and I wiBh to bUto I liad si
clucks out of o2 etrgs. Ihio was my
IliBtlol, * rulj- a 100 jier cent liatch.
lam wk. I plonsed v��iLhinvni(.i.bator
mid iui)0(lt.i.''Tiios. iIvNriU(.iUo.v,
Olnlli\\u<.k, 1J.C."
' "JFy i ist hi'luh cimo off. I pot '
170 ".iieclm k<3 fiom IUDcbks Who
van IVOtlt llutlflU tlvo llitt timl, and
bo t .il) in tho bprmir. X inn well
' |jleabed nith Incubator, unci If I
could ni.C fjet another luoiicv could
not hiivitfioui me. Pveiy faimci
ohould luivuii No. 'S <-'lntt.liaiii li.<u
bltOI���I''.    \V.   KAMSA>,..J>UI.IIMlIt).
"Tlio uiLiibato; you furnished mo
work-, uvceediiitflv-1\ ell. It is easily
'oporatod, and only needs about 10
minutes attention e\eiy day K.
JIcQui'kik, Moosb Jaw, Atbu.     '
The Chatham Incubator and Brooaer
it* honestly constructed. There is no
humbug about-it. Every inch of matei utl
is thoroughly tested, the machine , is
built on right principles, the itituiUtion
is perfect) thermometer reliable,' ��uid
the workmanship the best. .  .    >
The Chatham Incubator and Brooder
ia simple as well as scientific in construction���a woman or girl can operate
the machine in their leisme moments.
You pay ns no cash until after 1906
Send us your name and address on
a poal c-ird to-dj;.
We can supply you quickly fiom our
dlstiibutiiiff ���vwueUoiiDCb at C'uleai-y.Jiran-
dou* ll'-glno. Winnipeif, Naw �� ��'itmlnster,
B (J.. Montio.il. lltilitav Chatliani.. Address
all coiits^uoDduuLO lo Chatham. 311
���H* Manson Campbell Co.,Limi<cd
Kactoiieaat Chai-ium, Ovi���and Detroit.
Let  us quote  you prices
ou a {good Fanning Mill
or good Farm Scale.'
The Western Fuel Compaiij have
iM-emly "lh-jt'allod "a fire fighling syV
i��m of then own, ia connection
��ith then- top works at Number 1,
aiKt'at N"o;,thiield Mjncs.
Hydrants htwe be<"n installtsd at
e\or\ advantagt'ous point, aiwt .a
<liimiLii/i ,ol hose   kept in rcadmess, at
^ **
ftiM-t hydiant, ho 'all that is nec-
esc;a'iy i<r to couple the hose -on
to *��he* hj ch-turi, an3 everything
is4il\   readiness   i-.r tne   t-��reaiii
A sot 01 rules has been diawn up
jioveining the atlau", which is complete in e\t-i> detail Thc company lius its Ohiei who issues all
01 dei s, and w ho is pla.-ed 111 charge
ol "all" opci atioiis lCaen and everj
liei'son worl.ing aiouud the Mcmity,
whPthcr blacksmilhs, machinists, la-
lioi(-is, caipcni6is-or office' hanilh.
aie cqiected to Ijo well vvrsed in tlio
I>lan, and ,to,ha\e a thoroygh Lnow-
]edg<j .of the whole s-yslotn t^ij^o us^
ed in IiehtiJifi fiii ���J'athJaiid eveij
man aho^it the woiks^ knows wjiri-h
h,\diant he j-. exped-ed, ,to look a,t
ter, so tl.nt in ease of an alaun being turned in eveiybody would not
lush, ,to. 4<-hj";<.\<"y.ie1spot,aand ihere-
b^   cause    (oiifnsion
A fiie dull 1=    lo take place   once
a,   week       Three   toots   01   tare   whis-
i  1 ^..     , .-i 1. 11    1 ' 1 1 ���
tie   denotes a practise, the alarm  to
be  used   <���  1.1-c   or   lue  being   seven
.   <      ...i.       . -     ^.   * .      ,..
toots  ot   thc   whistle,   .1  pause,  seveu
.      ... ..... .j
toots>    moie,   then  ihe   whistle   kept
. ... 1.   i. ... ..   *      1, \
blowuu; until .such tune ,a& the city
l-'ire Department arrives .on the
The ,111 si im pi.ictise, took plape
ye.stercla.x niiein Jon,, and' was, satis-
tactory    m evei\   lespect
Uilhin     10   ser oriels   atter01thc   ,^al-
a.111 had been, j,i����n,   two streams of
watei   were plaMiig on. the    pitihead
and   in ."i5  seconds  theie  weie eleven
stiearns  ui  action 1   >
The   piess. 11\   however,    when      11
stivams aic   u^red, is not as gicat  as
dosuod, . so as an auvilinry to the
liydiuivts, tlie company have two
laigv pumps which can be immediately put .to use in throwing 'the
watei_   to ,a gicat !'_"ght
At   Moithtield   the  othei   day  a   Uie
dull,   also   ft;ook   place
Sunlight Soap is .better than
.cither so^ps^Jbut is best when
used in the Sunlight.w&yjfo\\ow
tdirectionsj. u     y
v^     r *S
Hard rubbing and boiling are
things <of the past in homes
,-vvheie^Sunlight Soap is used as
directed.   ""  - ""^^
Sunlight Soap will not' injure
even the daintiest fabric or the
hands, and the clothes^yviK be
v perfectly white,  woolens  soft
^and fluffy      ������*'"'
\T he reason for this is because
Si-ril'ght.Soap is absolutely pure,
contains no injurious .chemicals
- indeed, nothingbjutfheactive,
cleansing, dirr>removing properties of soap that is nothing but
soap -'���''���        u   *   / -
Equally good  with  hard or
soft water.
hj lb" dealer fiom whom you
buy Sunliklit Soai> if you find
an) cauiie for complaint. 255
. I J   /',      ,,   r,
The total   foreign shipments of the
Company'   for       the
^.  *j ... *    ..      . tt n
month 01 Afay    were   "24,330 tons
W ostcrn   -Vuel   ,.
'iheiv v\��eiv nine, c*ses .disponed 01
m the city police court, during ���tkc,
past   month.       , .        ���   . ^
Customs .collections for this pprt
Sol the month of Alay amounted to
��5013 .")o.
V   11    riilhQit had chaigo 0f (he fun-
.-ral   ai 1 ai'.geini nts ���  ���   . ���       -
iri .John l*t .iv lias been pi ant ml
a tempoiai\ license foi the Quail-i
U'ay   housf."" 011   Corao\" Road
MY -It "AitKOn- lelf "ycs-Cerd'ay cm
d husmess trip^ to the West.'oasf of
Lhe'island'*'     l      " '
The \iial .statistics for the month"
of Maj ,are" as follows "Two ,deaths,"
eleven" births   ami fi\e rnaniuges
The Fietich steamer Adniual Fotu
iihon after taking aboard 1,200
tons of bunker coal sailed last evening for Eagle "Harbor 'to* load
lumber '       '--���       ' '    "
, Capt   ��� .1 aim's    (.iaudin., ' agent* j 01
Ilere ^  the Jiho'-depariment of marine   and - 'fish-
company   |iave  only then-  own  appli-   eu��'s     lS 111 Vancomor in   connection
Sjnoiistb of Cuiaduu  riomestead
Any available Dominion LaixU,
witlnn the Railway lltlt vu British
Columbia, may be liomestcailcil by
any pcison who is the "-olc head 0!
a Lumly, 01 any nialc o\ei c ghlccn
j cars of age, to the extent of one
qiuntet seciiorr of J(��0 acies,
ol lebs.
ilitau,    litis--ii       ./line-   1,��� V  leign
anccs with which to fieht a fire as
t ho.. city's, watei woik.s ..systAn .has
not    been extended   to  that   point
So at Xorthficld the lorce is 'derived by, means ot powerful pumps,
and in a fire dull held recent I}; thos..
,waA attached, pumps set in motion
tand mne, sticams playing - on the pit
head m 'ho shoit spai'i1 01 *��� two
>fcw le.itui.s will he introduced at
each sucu-ssuc dull so that should
die ocL.iiiou ai isc the Company w ill
ha\e on hand a F ie companj fit
and a hie to cope with any einoi-
wtth rhe nilegad cas' of shanghai
mg' m which *l)cptit\"'Shipping Master Sims of \ ancou\er W concerned
Alex   Ifcndeison   loUnned    on
lit *n* ���!   ���������* j ���,
the   City of^Xanarmo. from a    Imsm
dss  trip   to   Comox
Mr   . Alex     Ft user    of  thf*
hoiliesterads   was* an  annal'
Joan' last   night "from   the
al city
���> <n ie
011 Hie
1"< i-ni.ni-
Tlio   Ilumnung Birds dereatod     t'hc
\iolc>ts( of  Chase    llivei    on the   lat-
ter'a     ground    last       night   hj   the
sco'i?    oi    8   to   2       James      "Moon-
|)iCched   for the victois   and  \V     Wil
Ivinson placed hi.st base
-V carload   of .flour .an rved-^cstci
da\    from ��� the-Oal'garj" "XTiIlmg ' 'Co ,
Calgary,    consigned'    to   local      rin->i-
01 lei-01 cms. ' in Cmiitiancl pio-. Building opciations 111 the rurnod
���.luce-; n.i ,.'ss leuiblc than lire ��=.'t- Jportions of San Francisco have ix>-
untion 'diMiii.;   Lhe sii]>picssion 61  the
Joseph J)e ('our appealed heroic
Judgje Harrison on Thursday on the
chaige ot stealing an aiml "ftom
(iabriola Island .q*uai'*> 'lhe actus
ed eleeted to bclricd at the next
Assitc Cu.irt, J and conseciyentlj
was allowed out  on bail "*'
revolution h\ tho tioops lte\olu-
ciiinists aie x's-ling summaiy \en-
geante on all w itne-��,-.es appealing a-
g.iinst them 111 lIic inihtniv o�� civil touifs Ah'i.ies .-co 01 daili oc-
c in 1 om t \l     I'icdi 1 lUstadt   vestei-
da\ the Luihei.in iluijih sovton
and his sou \\ ho nacl appian"'il a-
^ninst the .i --'i'-si.ui, 01 the p.islo'
wen k]ih.it|ipi-i! In a h.nul ol li2
nun ind wrre l.i'vcn 1.1 1 hi woods
and shot
I "       IVOR  HOW El,  TROUBLE
nl0rc|    Hit.  M   F    Buiiouglis, .in  old   a,nd
well-known    v-esident     ot      Bluffton,
hlnlry  must lie made petsonally .it I lnd , s-'ijs     '1 n'g.inl CluuiiVilain's
Lhe  local  land oihee  for  Uic district ! Colic,  Cholera ami  Dr.uihoca Heme"-
'dv <us   Uu* \cc\   ilcst   icniedy  for   ho-
fit "
From      this  date the  undersigned
will  not  be  resporislhle for  any In
���ilebtedness     Incurred except on      *
written orSer s-igncd by thn secretar'-
Rowland  Mucliin
V.   f.   KXPr.ORATfON A   DEVEf
Nora Personal Liability.
Victoria, B,. C, May 18th, ^Of.
Mannfacturei s of the F:i rnou-,
None bu    Union Labor    ]Cmplo\ ..-cl
H .J.   BOOTH. Prop
Ladysmith bakerv
Wedding    Caltei" --Jlade   to  Order
Prices    arc     Verj Reasonable.
Customers- arc Treated  Alike.
HOP  liEB & CO.
in  winch the land  is situate,
The homesteader is m-lnr&il to 1'cl-
lo"in (lie conditions connected Uieic-
willr    untk'i    one     of  Uic    following
(1)  At least six    months" resLileuee
upon and cultivation of Uic land     in
each year for  three years.
(2)1! the fa liter, (or "moUic*:, \i the
father is deceased), of the. homestead-
er resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the. requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such, person residing with
the father or mother.
(3) If. the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned ��� by him in the vicinity of his home
stead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by reside-ii't-
upon the said land.
Six montlie' notice in writi:.;-.
should be given to tire Commissioner
of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at $10
per acre for soft coal and     $20   for
anthracite.       Not'"'-more     than  320
acres can be  nO-qiuircd by  one Individual or company.     Royalty at     thP
Irate    of ten  cents pec  ton   of   2,00:>
���pounds shall    lie    collected      on   the
' u;ross output.
W.  W.   CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of Interior.
I wel liouble I nuke tins statement
i afia li.iMiijj'iiscd tlio li'iiiulv in my
faiiiiU foi se.eial je.iis 1 ��ii,i-n"*\-
ei witJioul it " This rcmodj us ,i\-
mosl sine lo be needed befoie iJie
wiMiuner is overt WJiy not liny
it now and he, prepared for such
arr runerg-eney? For" sale 'by 'Ladysmith  Pharmacy.'        ..--.���������    	
wmmi ��ii.i ^l��     ���     iHi^i*    _ ' *^mm'um
Usual   subjects   taught;   also      laa-
^uager drawing in pencil and cray-'
ons, paint ng in.oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given In classes or individually.
T tdvsmitb    B   U.
Leads Them    AH
& Co.,'Ltd
Pacific Coast    Agency.
VICTORIA, :-: :-: :~. .-ri :-'B.C.
cei\ed a. decided set hack owing) ' to
the dilatorj tactics of the undeiwriters Wednesday men engaged in
tho Ciockei Shic\e, "Mutual Sa\ings
bank and on the St Fiancis. hotel
were gnen'nociee that all work'niust
cease becai.so ol lack or runcls
LAliCitST I.\   VEVUS*
Sitka,   Alas  -     .lime   1,��� The    seal
catch  heie    is the    laigcst    in  >ears
-Woie   than    bhO   skins    lmM'      lieen
Drought    to   town  and   more  are com
ing        It      is   reported    a     Canadian
poacher   on   Uio   scaling    g>ounds    of
llioiki     Island   has   taken   250   skins
I'ho  i L", Limp  . m lot     lliiah    is     going
iii(soaith      A   pon.c.hin.i   s hoonei i\ns
scon   h\   the   Indians   at    Whal.-'   i"tn\
ioi t.v  miles   u nrn   licie
There is a hoi compel iIioti to K1'1
skins The pme stalled at ^P";
.'nd wns foiied n> $'21 Th. V��v' P
Mills c��mpan\ and .lames l"it7gei-
.ild, oi Sitka, nnd L. P. Hutk-nci-h.
of ilie Spokane Dry Goods Cnm-
l'iu*o-. are, buying all skins laken by
Sitka Jodiaiis. Fitzgerald is buying
for   Silvei-freld, of Sentt 1��.
The     moonlight   ' exclusion     iron
Liulimnith     to   XtViiaimo    last   'even
tng    pei   steaint-i   Joan       undci      xhc
auspica-, ot  the   Ladies'" Guild of* the
Chii'-ch oi England was a gicat   sue
cess,    some    210 passengers being or
board        Vtter    a   short   stnj   at   Xa
nuinio   t'hc   steamei's   whistle    blew,
and   "all   aboaul"   was   the     ordet
It   was  a   bea'i'.lful   evening    fo'-    the
tup nnd 1(hoeo on'bo.frd   ' all  l^rjioti
cd  a   pleasaiil   oui ing
Mrs L C ...McDonald and daughter left*.this moinmg on a \i-*it t<>
firc-nds and reloti\es rn "Eastci. L\ou
V Dominion League RuQe shoo!
will bo held this ajtemoon on the
Wakesmn I'aik range V fust squad
will begin shooting 'at 2 odoik
and a sco'id section at nboui -1
30 i
Mi .^"Leopold    Preaux", . the    lounci
piopnc-toi        oi     the    Quaitei   l\aj
tfoufci.   has   tetried     lio'*n   vhe    liorel
and  taken  up  nis i esidence in Xoiih-
L \1H   Arl    RIOST.
In the pie-.ence oi lelatnes, iriends
and many old tune vc'hool matt s, the
mortal t.-ni.iiiis ol the late Kbcn
ALTCon/ie w.eie laid to rrst \estei-
da.\ niteinfon in t li�� Xnnntino c eme-
'lho fuiuial look pin-1- fiom the
lamil^ liSidiiKe, l'i\ Sri.-ot, tho
funeinl <-ci >. ires lw im; iondU(,tcd bj
the Rov .7 AI Millai nssistcd b\
Air.     K.    G.   T.nVlor.
Tli-e- following were -tho -.p.alt .beaiv
ers: (2. Pearson. Wilfred A ken-head
Ross, ('lune.ss, Frank Young. F.
Tongue and    Harold  Johnston.-     "Mr.
Publie Notice
Attention is called to 'be   fact ".that tk��
0gilvie Flour riills  Co.   Limited,
makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLOCR      hare for some -.Inn
���>as-1 been producing flour In a  Tastily  improved ant"  pirifl - 'orm
by the aid of ELECTRICITY
*nd  having secured  control  of - all the basic patents relating llwrv
".to, take this opportunity of sdvising  the public that any  unauthorized users of the electrical   flour purifying processes  will  -���'���pro
-Ogilv'e Flonr Mills Company li-imi+e I
arc the only millers in Canada whoso    FI -nr is
parified by tho E'eotrio Praoaiis
Tlie  Ma., ot   ol Xobb   Hill   has  iss.i-
.. i.
ea   a     pioclamation       to   the     cIK-cl
that ho will have the toad built to
the lake Himself ihe go\e> mueiii is
too slow.
Boat stealing is jgam being poi-
pctiatecl ,at tuelake. Mr 1 Uiaw
lord has.had several locks btokin
in thc last lew weeks, and is he
nas nt last .j>ui a duo- to-the pi,-
petratois it is suimis.'d that ilnu
will be a hot tunc coming ioi >-oiiii-
bodv   ioon.
���v;��� ,
Mi      F.  0.   Gamble,   PioMim.il "-lM-
euitieiwlent oi    public   woiks   aiti\((l
Monday" overland,  vyith      Mi    l'..m.l
C>     \      he visiud   .the clistiKt   luc-
da\    and l.-it    ioi    Yn-toim ihismoiii
ing  bv   steainei'.
.    Mrs.    M.    Wilkinson,    Albert   St i"e:-t.
left  on-   Wednesday    on    ,.n.  visit    lo
her  sister -nncl  brother,   Miss.    UikIi-
aol   Dykes  nnd  Dr.    W,   livkes,     who
i    - -   ���     \ ���    ��� ���
reside   in.  TUrnc-ons.     Mrs.     \Vilkinso.i.
\vill return in about a week's time.
Mr. Fletcher, post oillce inspector
wits in'* town' for n "few" '"day's Inst
���week"-to--make arrangements for car-;
rying- on t'hc post office here, which
is minus n staff owing to the illncsn
of Air. L. Mr. -Ntmns, while. Mr-
Roc is still an invalid. Mr. Fletcher temporarily, appointed -R. Xapier,
P-M'.,  and   Mr.    I).   Collis,  assistant.;
A large nnmlK-r of friends mot;
with the congregation nt Gfm-n ���
Methodist church lastevenin-g to bi.l
farewell to Rev. Lashley TTnl.l .and
|family who leave on .Friday for For.-
niti. A short musicnl programmo
was rendered by theclioir, after whi.-li ,
Dr. n-illospio read nn address to tlie
retiring pnstor and presented hi in
with a     ptirse-
*.^1 V*jjfa>-  -T Ii E���������  ��������� HEW COASTfR  { Tlie Good English Eadie  * This   tut   illustrates the  celebrated Ea-die Two-Speed   Free Wheel ^  | with .wlueh. we are able- to   lit  anv  of  0111   English'  Bicycles    to ~  f order, eiKiblni!*; the udei   to  ('limb steep bills with comparative  ? ease.  ���������  | Wo are selling thc Eadie  Coaster  Brake H-hidi  can lye   put on  ^  I any wheel,  old or new     This   Coaster   is the simplest  and best W  | coaster  on  Hip market,   will not, lock   or    slip,    and.   costs   the J  I same   as the common hra'cs that ,gr.o so  iniuli   lionble-    Have J  f an  Eadie t'oaslei   tilted  to  voiir  bicycle      We sell   aml_ mend all ^  i makes of bicycles.                                                                              ,        ,*^  THE^DATLVfLED^ER  ���������  .������..D.-0������'S"!t'<C"ef������-'*������-C������6* *������  earMi  THOMAS  PLIMLF.Y,  fiovcrnment St.  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������<  >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������..���������������.���������.������������������������������������������������������������������������'  (opp. PostoiTice.)  i  ������������������+ +��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������  Victoria. B. C, ���������  Smith. Toios.  That's All f  N OTIC 15.  Mrs. A. L.    Ilaskins,  will sell    Ice  Cream,from  C  to  8  every   .evening   'apound-at  Blair A;  Adam.  Victoria  Road,  about one mile  out  A  public   mei'litti;   will   be held    on \ rathci.  cool  letuining,   the, coffee,, cs-  ,\Ionday evening at eight o'clock     in  the city hall   for the jrurpose of con-  sideinig^he^advisiibilrty   of celebrating the  First of  July, m Ladysmith  The    committee  meeting  will  also  repnit  piogiess  pecially was appreciated . Over two  Jitiiuhod persons wetC'on board, and  while the 'trip was a financial success,  there     was no     overcrowding;  ���������.   , '"'     ,    ,   which,"��������� perhaps, accounts   in a  great!  appointed  at      last, *��������� ' .      ?,..  ���������measure lor-the tomioit errjpyed  Wv  No two men lookalike^-  It is is reasonable to sup-  that the same   style list  will  not   bo   equally be-   S  tof.ll irei M  Our sto-k of Straw  Hats prese.it tlie great=  est variety in Ladysmith  It embraces all Shapes,  Widths   f Brims, Heights  of  Crowns Shapes to  suit everyone, you will  have no trouble here to  find what you want  Large    and 'juicy gooscben ics    1 Oc  measure for the comfort enjoyed  those  who  were, present.  bv  1 Piiess  *������<W������ll/I^IH  FOR SALE -���������Seven drawer     Singer  Sewing Machine,  a>- good as    new  WiJl sell cheap for cash.   Apply  "D"   LenVei   6ll.ee  AN   ACT    RESPECTING LIQUO  LICI5NSE, 1000.  A >    t> '      ���������'.     ���������  ^riMMHKUUXhj.  k.^n-<e.M><������XU*.������A~ i.  Smoke Rig I', ''igais  Local Items  fjsr*. i*% jh-.. t .<m men  Fine   new Potatoes,  at Blair &   Adam.  1 cents a lb  Mr.   F    Shepherd's   icpoit has been  received regarding  Uie sports giouiUs j .NOTICE'is hereby given that the fol-  and a meeting of tlie commit lee'will J    lowing    applications  will  be heard  be hr-Tti ' on   Tuesda'y cvoning     next ' |;v "the    License Commissioners   for'  While   thc   report  has not  vol     been j youth 'Nanaimo Licensing Distiict on"  ������-i\en  out for publication,  it i**  un-  i-'nday, the 15th' day of June,  130(1,  detstood that cansiileiablo ivoiJ   will   at''hearing court for renewal   to   be  be necessarv  on  the "rounds vet   H.e '  fore Uie*.   are  in  readiness.  ��������� " A raffle for a picture will be held  tonight'at 8{ojclock in the New 'UVs-,  tern  Bar.  Toe medals for Uic inie,L rued rate  Football Team-have arrived mil .ie  on, exhibition inJ Blau A. Adam's  w indow.  -A baseball match between junior  teams,''the Reliance .and another will  take place on rtlie Bunker CI rounds at  ��������� ten  o'clock*  tomorrow  morning.  '' OPEN AIR SERVlOlO  The".'Christian Endeavoi Socielv  of, the, Presbyterian - Chuicb and tbo  EpwortiV League , of tho. Methodist  Churph, united, will hold an O] en  air' service on the Pavilion C!poinds,  on ftunyay evening at 8 o'cloc'*".  If, a--gentleman who was a passenger on . the excursion steamer last  evening was as successful in imitating his superiors in the cvicry-day  walks of life as he is m its pleasantries, he would likely be in business for himself in a j-Jioi I  tun >  taaaaaataaaaaaamaaBaaBawaaaamGZ. luanMiiirTTVr. ,��������� ^rj- . n,i u ]^,<_lruj  GLASS     GLOBEr     1  .-When you want a Glass globe!  see that you get the globe j  with the rubber ring on it, $  as it is the only kind that  can keep the water out ��������� the  globes without the r.ub||Jer ring  cannot keep "out water, you  caB"-1 see 'that by ' examining  them. The artificial flower  that ie put into the globes  with the rubber rings, rs g"ar  , an teed to .be the-best,and if'  you want a globe with a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs T  X. Jones, agent for���������-���������  ^.HeNRY, .CREW,  -The only-'"place" "'you can'"get  ��������� ���������������������������; -Them. '* "~- *: ;  Sole Agent in B.C. for the  French Wreath "Co., of London,. Paris, Melbourne,' S.A.*,'  Cdr.* Comox Rd.!& Milton St.'  '..  - NANAIMO B.C." '      '   ra  Walter Jones returned" tin**" noon  from a v'sit- t-������ 'Lis ptopci ties neai  Cowichan laLe, and also othei pio-  perlies, and repot ts thu mining out  look as \ery good. lie ,s Lotos thai  tlio pe| iple of Duncan' aie loo1 iiig  foi ward to great times nh th.- ie-  sult of the Mt. SicKi'i mines, .m'.l.  nn eia  of  jn osperily  is  expcclod  . Last night's exclusion to Nanaimo  under the . a spices of the Ladies'  Guild, of the Chuich of "England,  proved a, very enjoyable allun, and  eveiytilling in connection, with tho  ttip was earned out in a rnaniu'r  whicli leflects great credit upon  tlrci- ".lro^were in charge. Business in refreshments and ice cream,,  was bris1-, especrally rn the lattei  commoditv, whithv y.<a's dis; used ot  before the cxc-iusro-nisls rcaihcd Nanaimo , I'lciilv oT coliL'f-- and i~a\c  picvar'icd,   hovcter,   and   as  it     was  PicniceirAtlenlioa'!!  L'oninicnciitg f-'uiidav nex.1, 1 ���������  will, conduc t a leEicslmieuL  stand foi tbe convenrence ol  prcnicers and camping paities  on the_Crict'n Spot opposite  the boatliouse, nnd near Shell  Beach Refreshments, -Ice  Cream, Lunches, .elc , seivetl  at  rpaso-nable  puces  Campers 'wishing to secure  plots for the summer season,  should applv here  :.r-ld at the  Court House,  Ladysmitli  at ten   o'clock  p in.. l  Henry Keifel, -Mount View Plotel,  N'owcastle Tovvnsite; transfei from  L .) Preiux to .lolm Pei ry; TaHol,  I.'-i-tel, Wellington" ROail; liansfei  fiom TSliite of .1. If McMilla'ii lo  Alexander McMillan, Tunnel Ilolel,  I a-tens ion; Annie McDonald, Cian-  l-iny Hot" I, Ciantaiiy D'slrict,  ICiiqoIi Sacp, ��������� Wheat Slieaf Hotel,  fi'dar  Distuct.   i  ai-:o   CASSIDV,  Chief License  Inspector  I' X K N OWM  FRIRN DS  There arc i,u iv people who have  used Cli.mii.lji Iain's-' Colic, ��������� Cholcta  and-Dial ihoi.i Re/mody wi,tlr.Vsplend|il  results, 'l,uil who are unknown be- i  cause thev* have licsitated about giv-  in-fi .a testimonial of their experience  foi public.iti,on. These .people, -hovv-  e ei���������,tire none, Uie less fi lends of  the remedy. Tliej. have done imtch  to, uitil e it .a household word- by  (heir , peisonal lecoiiiinr-niJatioris to  fiiends and, neighUns. It Ls a -good  medicine lo have in the home a d  i\ widely Known for its cures -f di-  lOirliorea and nil foi ins of '"jtowol fro'i-  blc. For sale li\ LatUsmith Ph, i-  (1 inacv  HANGE b'HOM  o. ie m  m  i,      ���������  Waiters & ���������  AkemheadI  ...������) Work i  t ist. Avenue* La!,cn'!h, 6. C. I  { V. f. RflMiBt. Pfcp.' I  f     MANUl'ACTURKR OF      |  : x  I Carbonatod Beverag-es, |  = dintrcr   Beer      I  | * -      Fruit Syrups |  ! P. .O.   Box   248 !  J I ^ s  ��������� t  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  Coa!     Oil   EiTgi es  For Launches, f'islilntr Bunts. Etc.  Stationery  Engines  for all Power Purposes  Simple, Economical, Reliable  Absolutely no danger,  80 Elecific Spate or Batteries  to get out of older.  Write u������ for P.trtlcuiars   ���������  ���������  :  :  x  ���������  t  t  ���������  ���������  ���������  t  ���������  Rcchussen & Coliis  7 Yates St.   Victoria, B. C  Machinery Agents.  ������������������������������������* ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������  rVOTrClO.  r, Wong Chin;!, Icee, liave puichased  the business, tools and fiUauos of  Cli'-iin; Lee's shop mal.in������ c.st.rbhsli-  menl, Ladvsniilh, and 11i.it all pei-  sons hav m������ any claims against the  said Lhtin ��������� Kce, liuist, coine and ma'uc  that claim lo mo on oi before (be  lii.st day of .hinc, 1000, and dial T  will not JIjc irs, onsjble f<*n* any claims  or debits of tbe said Chinr Kce alter  the  first  day  of  .Tune,   iHOfi^  (SiSned)  Ladysmith, 22nd May,   1  ["OR-  Tennis Gqcds  ,  Lacrosse   Sticks  ',NI1-  B&se Ball Outfits   l,  -WRITE���������  !. dARNSLEVA CO.  V!i 10I?IA, B. c.  *������t������e������ ���������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Mrs. I, C, McKineliey  HIGH ST.  \ .-s������V-r--r*:n-jXM.���������  nooiidT tnm  iiei  1'iOim   Ladysmith   to  \Tairarmn  Steamer Joan  FRIDAY, JUNE ist.  Under the. auspices of the   Ladies'  Criiild of the  Church  of England.  Round Trip 5oc, --��������� Children- 25c,  We Boat leaves Wha.r.f   at 7 p.nv  Minard's Lininienl. is   the   Liini'luei"-  man's Friend; ���������     '  ..������..������..������..o*.t ..���������..���������>.������.*  Cfuaiantecd  nol   to  01 crack, for  bin n  5 cts.  ���������AT-  UMTS DOOR STOK  ..���������.���������������������������.���������������������������������������������.������������������*���������������������������  Minard's  Liniment  cians........ ���������,. ���������:  ��������� used^ bv Phvsi-  ^OTICE.  ,1, the undersigned Jane McMillan,  admmistraUiv of John ILinh "McMillan, deceased, heicby give notice,  that I intend at the next sitting of  the Board of Lrccnse Coimnissioueis  for lho" distuct of South Nanaimo,  to be Iiobleu at Lad}.smith on the  loth day of Ju.'ic, ]!)U(>, to ma'-c application Lo that honoiable body for  a liansfcL ot the hotel licenses lo  sell intovcating Iiquois nndei thc  piovrsions of the Statutes on that  behalf, in Lhe premises known and  descirhed as the Tunnel Hotel at  Extension, British Columbia, fiom  the said Jchn 13nii.Ii McMillan to  Alexander  J.   McMillan.  ��������� IANI-: McUILLAK,  Adnunistratrrs of John  Thigh .McMillan.  fa^lK' JJCj m m^ww  RAYMOND&  SONS  ���������Dealer s  in���������  Lime,  Plaster  Parrs,   Brick, P*-  Kirc Bncic and   Vancouver is- inland cement. U  "^  3 Pandora St. Victoiia IJ.C. G  ----- ������ .. ���������. ".v , .. ....     ���������  S  WATCHES  S^VWW������V WiiMM*MMmM*mis-mtmM  llMwm'mfWfwfflWWffl^  '���������-���������* - . .. ������/������������������'"'��������� ���������.'...  'I   We Jiavc.iiiarkecl   inl'laiu Figures the Prices of ou'r���������'  Waltham, Elgin and other American Watches  ���������/t a Great-Reduction- Gail and sec them  ������  B. FORCIMriER  .... Watch mak-ir, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE  .Ije-*-*-"*:^.^  LADYSniTH  *  ���������  *-  *'  *  Gianiie and Ma bia Works  Ciiaiutc and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at-the  lowest pi ices consistent  with first class stock ami  workmanship. "Write for  catalogue.  i���������. ? A. -STEWAiRT,. - " -  1^6 Vatcs St. Victoria."JB.G .-  FOR SALE  Lggs from Puie Bred Stock  \ . Ail.. Birds Trap Niste-r  No Infericr.lfcyers Kept:...  Hat ted,-   Buff'    and- - White   Rocks  Whi'o Wyandottes, White and   Biown  Lcghoms   --...-., 4  $i Per Setting:-  $6 Per Hundred  10. STEWART,  Bo\ 2CS Ladysmith, B.C.     -  We are offering Remnants of Prints, Muslin,  Dress Goods, etc, at a Great Reduct?6h���������Here'  are a few of the offerings - u - -  Fancy Prints 15c, for !(& Per  Flannelettes 15c. for 10c. Per-Yard  Table* Cloths 25c. for 15c. Per Yard  These Remnants   villi bcC'car-rd Out   so come   eiriy anJ get your Choice      .    .   .  SIMfN IJlSEM Ci) Ltii  i^KJBSzsars  SWfftffiffiffiffwwwTffnfw t?ff?fwffff wwww itrw wmm  e Notice  ���������^  | Pork and Sausage a  A. H. we uf Cheiiijiiiush-i*-. i; i-m-,1 (Ii-.- .'e ilnurk  lutilv run by W. Ward, <-n I-. lu-iis .-in-, t  will.*  full line of Flr.st CIiidh Mm::, -       -    .. ;  C-  ,--;i:  E A,   HOWE Phone 2=0  ���������^ , MEAT   MARKr-T  ^^iuiU<uiaia^iiiiiiiamiUiuiaiUiii^i.',ivit:ii^,^:L^i1;v-  3  3  3  1   have just received a shipment ol  Hills' [High Grade  LNGLISil TOBACCOS  and  CSGARE11FS  at *ihc   DR UG   STORE  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������%��������������������������������������������������������������� -^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������^  ^���������'Cafrbn-'Us'to-^night for your Sunday  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������*���������  O  ���������  PANNELL and PLASKBTT  Now,is Spriiift- cleaning time.  Coat  your walls with  Church's Afabastine  Will'not, .ruii  off.     A perfect and sanitary wall coating,'sol-d in  50 & 25c. Packages  Also paint::your .woodwork"; with  "Pyramid Brand1'  of Paints.-    The  best in   the marlvet,  only _ , ..  - ���������"            .-���������������������������,.-  $1.75 Pev Gallon  We also-carry a large line of   ....  Fine Varnishes  Enamels,     Brushes,   'Window Glass,"  Room and Picture Mouldings, etc.  '"  Try a  gallon.of out   ���������������������������.,,  Granite   Floor  Finish  to   preserve yoitr   LLnileunis.     Bring  vour pictures to "lie framed'to  H.'KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  BM������,ss^i2^'���������^I:s���������������7J^^*���������.���������-.b^lr,'  ods.  Just anived���������IhVliCst'line of���������     '  Tennis Goods, Baseballs,  Batsi Gloves, Etc.  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED;  WaaamaaaamaaWmnsmm  //VM^^^^^^^y^������AA^|������������������^^������������������-^A^^)v^VV^^^^^^������^^W^Al^i'V^ A^AA/V>. ^V^^L  THE FENCING GIRL   |  )) lite Svan Soap Wrappers  Send us 35 WHfTE SWAN WRAPPERS  and we will mail you a Beautiful Picture of  THE FENCING   GiRL���������A number of others  to choose from  The British (ohiilii-noap Works. Victoria 6. C  I  I\S.���������We will mail you free inc  of  (our .Premium Lists on aPPl'cation.  '^^VVVVVV^^Vy>^<UWWW<>^^^,<^^^^\^A<\AA^p������AA/SAA^^ry^y>^*-^A<  W-l G. Fraser   - -  Merchant Tailor  ;,  .,.-'. ..      FIRST A VENUE.  Suits    Made -lo  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  Plumbing and  4 i..*-*.*.*-*-*.*-*������������������*���������*���������*-������-*���������������������������*������������������*:  X  DONE  AT  Reasonable Prices  J...ANDERSON _  Leave orders at   Peterson's Fnrn -  ture Store,  or telepnone No 5b.  San Francisco.���������The remains of 11  more victims of the fire, have been  discovered, bringing-the death litft at  the morgue  up,.to   419.  ��������� FOR THK NICEST  j       Ice   Cfeam  J Milk Shakes; Soft Drinks  j Candies, Fruits, Tob acp.o  t'Gtgars-"ctc; -    ���������'  X  i ..CALL ON.-- ���������','.!-;.',   -X  I W- L   CARTER, I  | FIRST   AVENUE |  I    . Parlors for Private Parties.   ���������%.  Try a. Province Cigar..  4;


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