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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jun 15, 1906

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 Ladysmith Daily  ijt#,j-.--.rvj;;"  VOL.,2  FRIDAY  June If),  lilOfi-  -'i<>'j~j-ci  PRICE FIVECENTJI  CHAMPION KISSER  JOInS club of  BACHEluR MAIDS  Syracuse,.N.Y., June 1-1 .���������Miss Th-  elnia McNeil, of this city, a membci  of the famous "Bachelor Maids"  club, has just been married to John  H. Milne, of Calgary, Alberta, and  the couple have started for Calvary  to reside. Wm. D. McNeil, of Brook  lui, uncle of the -bride, r-rovod him-  sclf the champion kisser at- the wedding, and in consilience was duly  elected a member of the club to take  the place <d tlie bride. Uncle Bjlly,  as he is familiarly called, is a bachelor, and the first man to be admit*  rod to{ thc club, and the girls are  prowl of'him, especially of his kissing ajtoilitics. -After the wedding dinner, Uncle Billy-propesad to kiss tlie  hri-ilc, nnd as all the other girls who  were present as guests, looked as it  they wanted to be kissed, he made  lite rounds, Kissing tnem nil.   . Oi   Local man  WILL ROW  14,000 GALLONS  Of WHISKEY m  DUMPED IN f IVfft  SHIPPING NOTES  FROM CR8FT0N  FOR THIS WEEK  Mr.   Harry  Kay is  today repairing  ami putting into racing condition his  boat,  which    has -been stored  behind  bin place i;-f lUusiness ft r.some   time,  and announces  his  jnUution of     entering the races here tn the   second  of July.     Mr.  Lay ^ announces   that  he is -willing lo Bull any man in Ladysmith   for  any sum  from   fifty  up  to five hundred dollars, and will   be  in condition   for   the  event hy     tlie  time the racing commences oa   July  2nd.    Tomorrow he intends to   commence training.    He has received   a  shipment of  black  lead  which lie lias  applied to the -bottom of his   boat,  and while he  ii of tl.i-opinion tii-xt  accessories of this kind. will. .not.. ..he  needed, still, he says, it is ��������� always  best to he, on the safe side.  In fact,  he is confident - of winning  any event  in which he inray compete, nnd stated  that he, has  legal advice to* back up  the assertion.  "SOMEONE."  I wonder why I" toil away?  My .heart  replies, -"for;:Someone!"  Why I may never rest a.   day?  Because, 'because of  "Someone."^   ���������  I'hear.-.the tramp of many  feet,  The din of business in the street;  But oyer all I hear the: sweet���������'  Sweet little laugh of "SorheoneJ**..'  :\:.'':: : ���������'.'!-"   \...i;.:-:i��������� 'T-i  His work is never hard to do  -Who���������'.thinks all day of "*Soihcone;"  lie labors well whose heart  is true,  And fondly  true to "Som������OT*,e."  Men strive  for wealth,   men  'bravely.  ���������':    8������  -,���������"''.' '".'���������''-. '.": ..���������'"��������� :':' '������������������  Where danger is for fame,  but oh!  The sweetest joy a mian may know,  Is just to toil for "Someone."  ���������������������������"���������-. ���������������������������:���������-���������~6- ���������  Amsterdam,"Holland,. .Tune 14.���������  The Dutch warship Piethelm, arrived "at Nieawadiep and reported having been in collision ���������with" the Belgian  Steamer Meuse, off Hank's Light-  fship. The Mouse sank, and her captain and 12 of her crew wore drown  ed! , .*:..:*'   -o��������� '��������� .  EXPLANATION 5  OF PARDON  Frankfort,- Ky., June M.���������The flake  stand at a    distillery,  broke     down  yesterday, and more than 1*1,000 gal-  1.6ns of whiskey was lost.     It   made  its  way  to  Keiisofl creek only  a few  feet away., Farmers living, along the  banks  of   the  stream,    later  itoticcd  hundreds of fish either floating lazily  on tlie surface or else leaping    playfully about and   altogether  unafraid  ot the .presence of men. - The farmers  caught them  by the  bushel,  and    it  was not till the news of the   brea'*  at the distillery became known   that  the mystery   was solved.    The   fish  had become intoxicated.'  The loss to  the distillery will reach about   $2!5,-  000, .     .        ,  , ' o ~ "  IS NOT NOW  I SO WEALTHY  C'roftoii, June 15.���������S.S. Wellington  armed in port; Wednesday, evening  with 750 tons ore and 220 ions . i  .Matte from the I Ted ley .Sm.i-.Uer,  Prince of Wales 1'sland, Ala.sk,.. When  discharged, she will go to Ladysm-il]*-  for (oal.  S.S. Jessie Mac and, scow arrived  A'tidiief-.day evening from Saarfclj Arm  with a load of lime rock for the  Smelter.  S.S. Trader arrived rlburs-day mom  ing with 200 tons of ore from Van  Aiwla,. She left Friday morning for  another cargo.  Tug Fearless with Ha Barg,e s;d-  noy iu tow, came in'Thursday ninht  for a car-load of copper bullion.  TBAIN SERVICES  FOR DOMINION DAY  CELEBRATION  Air.   TO.   Rowlands,   who  is  une     of  the fjjOntleinen appointed ou the trans  portal ion  conum'tlre for  the cclebia-  i of Dominion Day, return**! fiom  Victoria today.     While ui   that  city,  Mr.   Howliinds      inter*, iewed    officials  of  lhe  V.P.R.,  and  has obtained     u  , romise  from   tliem  to at least   inn  i  double  train senk-c on the day oi  cLuration,      between    Victoria   anil  uadysmith-.     Whether or not a later  i i  can   he arranged for is not yci  . cr.ain.       The  run   between     Nanai-  UOYSMtTHS  DEFE&fED Tflt  BUCK DIAMOHB:  Walla Walla, June J-l.���������Fortune  ���������goue and health shuttered,- Ureen-  leai'-"Stncy, twenty years'ago one of  Uie wealthiest farmer.-, in Walla Walla county was yesterday taken to  the    county  poor  bouse -for     friends  RIOTSTARTED  BY A JEW  F-l-yalistok, liussia, .June 1-1.���������-A  Jewish anni'chisi threw a bomb a-  moiigst tlie Corpus Christ o pi oce.ns-  ion, which was in progress lieic and  killed or wounded many person.-,. In  consequence' the Christians nltni-kcd  anil massacied the Jews, and demolished their sjiops. Hundreds en' persons  were  killed  ui* wounded.  St.   l-Vtersburg;,   Juno   11.���������The   lut-  Tlic 'Lall game bust evening be-  IvtC.'n the Black Diamonds and the  Lad* smith team, as they were designated on t-hi1 new score boaid er-  cctel bv Mr. W, E. Morrison at the  hull grounds, resulted in a win for  the latter learn by n score of 12  runs lo (i. The match was well attended, and supporters of l-ot'h teams  w.-rc handing oit advice freely  tlirougliout.  The   lilac'-:   Diamonds   were    liandi-  cii-pped by  the absuncc of their    reg-  oeficebs rauio  Si'lT SESSION Of  IHE GRAHD LLDGE  who have  been  keeping, him   for o\ui  a year declined   to pay   for his sup-lest  despatches  from   Liialystok which  pcrrt any  longer.     Stac.v,   now' uear-'W01V   '������������������������������������ ed   about      midnight,     re  mo and  Lad-, smith 1ms alieady  boeu|*dar  pitcher,  J.  Kerr, although  Del  arran-gfti  for  hy   the ccm-pany.     'lhe  fare  for    rotn-d  trip  between  Nanui-  nio and  Ladysmith   will  be 50 cents  for adults., and 25 cents for children.  Trains  will   leave as  follows:    Lea\e  Nanaimo  for Lady-smith, 8.20  and 10  a.tn..,   1.30,  -1.15 and 7  p.m.      Leave  Ladysmith   for   -Nanaimo  11.57   a.m.,  5.15, '0.-15,   S.U0  and  10.30 p.m.  A meeting, of the transportation  committee will be held shortly,-and  plans discussed. If possible a later  train lea\ing La-dyiflniiJi for Nanaimo  will  lie arranged for.  'lhe printing committee arc ,'to meet  this evening and arrange for having  posters, etc., printed, which will immediately he sent out to the' various towns along the line. Tuesday  ewning- next is the date set for another meeting.  During (b������ evening session of the  Gr.,a;l Lodge of bhe I.O.O.F., in  Victoria last e\ening, the following  officers wrrj installed hy the Grand  Master:  Grand Master ��������� V. E. Simpson,  Craabrook.  Deputy (Irand Master���������T.'   Bni.lc-d-  on, llossland.  La-  ly 70 years of age,  accepted his fate  port  a situation  of the utmost gi av-  ity     and  t he  anti-Jewish  outbi'<-ak  ud  as hu was once,  to become a county I fin���������e- Was continuous.  The best su-i--  charue in the autuiu, of life -  - ios  '" l-K>   *-'ll->   have Ik't'ti saoketl antl  ���������philosophically, although it  was hard  lines he said,   for a rmui as' wealthy j was   ������������������  |iroBreSK    in  lhc street.-  niany Jews   wore dead and wounded  I'''H'yi.'OS-. ...were  not, J},ow,ovex*_ gi/eii.  out,   and  probably  the  casualties are  was rated   worth .anywhere from .**>/.) unknown   in    liialystok  owing  to  the  continuance    of   the   disorders.      The  Twenty iears a^yo Stacy owned ono,  o(._lhe, 'nnjrst^^iarms. in ,\Va4ii������"...WaUa.  county and1 h'a'tl money    t6 burn,   lie  JAPANERE  ARt; DEFIED  sin-nal    for   lbe out  break  which   was  chief of police Dei-katcbolf.  Tlie   homh   was     thrown   from  the  OOO. to ������1UO.OOO. The first mis-  lortuno that"Uefell him was thedeaih  of his wife.     This was a severe shock  deliberately  planned,   perhaps    as     a  to   Stacy and he became careless    in  his / financial  dealings,    losing*    q,uitu  heavily in several deals.     A brother,  M.V.  B.iStacy. -resident: in. Seattle   balt:on-v "{ ������  h<>"��������� in  Alexantlrovicb  interested him in    a plan   to  build   .������t������������>t.'..   A.   tlertfymnn   named     Uom-  ondof the largest residences in Seat-   ono,Y  was  amon=   the  killcd   in     ��������� "*-'  tie,    and;^Stacy's  Folly,;'   at  Third   exploslo..      After   the  explosion    the  and Marion, a home' tiiatrw'^s fani-  ou.s- in-its  time,   was    built  by   .the  lews 'began-., to  tire with     revolvers  from   the  window   of* the 'house'   into  t.vA-hrAti.-.        *  -n     ���������*������������������������.     - o-Anm   the  crowd.    Soldiers  surrounded ,i be  two. brothers at the cost oiSoO.O'lO  ������i-oA.,-'Cii;������'-K������;i+'-.,-.ii���������������   ���������...,,;.,":;'w��������� ti\,   house, and i'ti*ed two volleys  into the  Stacy also built what is now the Un ^_ .-.,������������������  wwidows'. Meanwhile the exasperated'' Christians 'attacked the .lew's  stores iu Alexandrovia street, demol  ishing- the f'i.\-tiii*os and windows antl  tirowing- t be goods' int o t he gut icr,  arid beating, and iiui'-dering* tlie dews  A 'crowd of '.f.ows ried to the railway station j)ursued by the mob  which killed many of them. .'Three  Jews \verc' thrown from a seccind  stoi-y .jWindow of the railroad station  building.. The .lews are fleeing* from  JJialystock' to the neighboring* forests and mobs jtre pursuing them.  Ib'agoons have been sent out to protect, llic- ,fe\t-s. The .)t:ws arriving  'here on the railroad train have been  dragged fro n .the cars, ami many of  them have , been .. inurderetl. -''rroops  Manilla,   dime    14.-First   Lieutem-<k.ive  cle.llV()   (1)e  ,.An,vxxy   stalion    at  iveasity Club. The brother; died and  fcard, times coming on S.tacy lost his  Seattle property. Little ;by little  his fortune slipped away from him  iriitil at. year ago-it .became necess  ary--'lor friends to provide for his  support. ..Sickness "overtook the old  man and be has been in a local hospital for several months, being kept  there by old time friends, who have  now; .deserted him.  ������������������*'���������''��������� 'O���������------ -  OFFICERS ARE  MURDERED  four  o'cloelc   this afternoon.  tU'-haiifi's   si ill   continue.  ant   C,   Bolter   of the 12th infantry,   lom. o-0iO(.;c  t|lis afternoon. Th,  Governor of the 1'rovince of Davo Island    of    Mindanao    ami     Benjamin  Christian have been murdered on  the.!   i/{|,-, 13 ri* ���������_,-*���������   wix   s\VI-!KI''l N*<!   N'It  beach' on the en-st coast   of Davo^ls- T01{il''S.  land by a mung-ilnyun ivnd his two  ���������brothers. Tbe murderers have not  yet been captured. A* report* received here .by General Wood from General Weiss, who is at Zamboonga  slates that Bolton and Christian pas  sod a night al the Mung-.-ilnyan brothers resilience and bail the brothers as guides. Th  were unarmed and were nl lacked un  a wares.     The    Mungalayan* has    the  City .nl" Mexico, .lune 1-1.���������Advi.-es  received from Salvador instead of  confirm ing 'the 'ollicial reports lhat  the Guato-naln iv forces have been ���������,!.-  toi-ious over lhe revolut ���������tmists. say  that General Toledo, the leader of  tie southern revolutivuiai'y force,  Americans bas won a sweeping* vLstory. has cap  tared tire government's artillery and  thai,   he is   receiving  ia every engage  reputation of    being a cutthroat and   meat   heavy   accessions    'of   deserter--*  Ottawa, Jivi,e   11.���������It is learned On  good  authority  here,   that  tlie   par-  tkxn of D-csire Brothier was precederl  by an .iipplication to   tliie minister of  justice for a new trial  on  lhe   perjury charge nialdn  in regular form by  petition.     The  Rrotinds   upon    which  tlie request,    was    made wero purely  technical,   but * it  was  flatly  refused,  tho application in Question was made  by a Vancouver firm.     When it failed,  another effort was   made nn Bro-  thier's .behalf by some  Montreal people,   who_ asked  for his  pardon     and  release,  as  already reported.   A mono;  the   grounds  given ' was   ashatemenl   ;  to  the efffct    that    Brothier  wished  to leave f?. r Prance, where *he had  a  mother. and    sister dependent    upon  him,  to whose support he was    anxious    to    contribute.     This plea.appears To have enlisted  the  sympathy   oft'1(-'i*llR   of the   government and.  bad |c;en.   enstro   will   resume   the  of th'*? ���������influential people, as, although- a^omnlished  much.      Christian',    the ,'dency at once,  the minister of justice.could   see   n0   otll0r mnn was a  discharged  soldier, j    To  athl   to   Uie 'iinpoi'iauc  r-oason why the case should ihe  reop-  an(1   foreman  of  the  government    at  etied by way .of a new trial;'he.made   Militi.     Captain   Langpore   has   been  tihe  formal  recomrnondation  that     he   made  acting   governor  of  Davo   and  be set at   liberty. placed  in charge   of the  operations.  Victoria,   .June   11.���������Steamer    Tytl-  eus   of .the 'w Blue   Funnel   Ijne .which  reaclietl  port  yesterday from   the  Orient,    brought news*  of   an    insurrection    in   Korea,    commenced  on   May  25th    when the  walled cily of  llyng-  ju was attacked and seized by     Korean   insurgents.     lionju,   which   is   m  Chun-Chyong      pro\ince     of    Korea,  was   garrisonetl   bt\    sixty      .Japanese  gendarines and  police*.    Tlie .Japanese  with Titles "defended  the wall and approaches,  but being short  of ammunition     retired   at     night  taking   with  them      tbe   .post-ollice    staff   olliciuls  aiul  a  number of   villages  who    were  fugitives.     The refugees reached     Ve-  san    and   telegraphed   -to   Seoul    for  aesistance,' a   Japanese   vessel    being  sent tt>   their   relief.    Meanwhile    300  insurgents    occupied   M'ongju   and   be-  t*an    a       ,revolutionary   pro'poga.nds,  which   resulted    .in. their ' force  being  greatly   anniented   and   out breaks oc  cut-red    also   at.    Andong and     I'ong-  wha   in    Kyong-song   province  to the  westward      The rebel ranks are filled  with   fo'Tner    Korean  soldiers    armed  with    1M.urata     rifles, 'mostly     (ired  with  rebellion  against   recent.  Japanese seizures  of  land,   etc.,'   following  the occupation    of Korea.     A     force  of  Korean     soldiers   was   despatched  against   Hong.iu   but   retired   after    a  demonstration   before   lhe  walls,   and  a. force    'of    Japanese    under     Capt.  Komori     was     despatched   to   Seoul, t  The     insurgents   ' prepared'the     city  for defence     and     the    .Japanese    assaults    were  reoulsetl    wiih   rifle     lire  from   the  walls.      Capt.   Kamori  has  sent   for  aid.   --.waiting   their    arrival  Viffor.*  furl lie)-   attacking.    The   insnr-  ���������pents   were   strongly    entrenched   and  defied   attack   willioul    art illery.   ���������f '  TOWN TO  STOP SWEAR IN"  ci,.irt did \ery well in the t-ox, onl\  allow-in-g one man to walk, and af-  tir the second inning, pitching \ery  well. Cro>san was behind the mast  for thc first few innings, and while  h.' afterwards played a good game1  on liist, be wj<* off-color when catch  ing, and the I.adysmitlis brought i.i  several runs on passed balls which  should have been stopped ,ty the  catcher, Miuir and Clarke o/nnjicseil  the battery for the Lady smiths, anl  ���������ot,h played a steady game throughout, ".-.luir delivering well, and Clarke  handling nearly all that came along.  fom White watched the pitchers deliver to tlie satisfaction of l.olh  teams and spectators.  In the lirst inning Lady smith went.  io hat, and .four men were allowed  ,o cross the plate before the side  .-.as retired, while tlie Diamonds  .trought two men home before again  lakiijig the field. In the second, Ladysmith sent one man around, while  the Biamondo were, uaabfe to Lni  .-.I'uir, and retired without scoring.  in the fourth the town men again  secured two, and the scorer put up  another cipher for. tlie Black Diamonds.   ._ _ ....  At the opening_of tlie fourtii Mk*r-  lison lined oat a hall nearly to the  i.unkers, and, by putting on speed,  made third hefore resting. Later oo.  lii the game, Delcourt, for lie Diamonds, also (batted a three-iln^cr,  but the third man struck out, leaving- him (Wi  the base.  With. the Diamonds at bat-in the  last'.'of the'fourth, Adam, in right-  Held, retired the side by closing his  liands on a high fly. when, the third  nuui came to bat- Before tiias.how--  eer, one man had reached home',  Jjringtijig the /score up to tlifjee for  the Diamonds, and nine fox the Lady smiths. In the fifth the latter  .scored once, while their opponents  were una-hle to raise their 'poin*is.  ihe sixth was' divide*! evenl- each  ^ide bringing home one man. In the  .seventh it was again even, neither  side .-scoring. The Ladysmiths were  shut out in the olghth, and after the  Diamonds had come to the bat. it  looked as if there was goiaug to be  something doing for a while. They  brought two men home, and had  two men on bases, with one man  out,'however, and a fly to Adam,  and one to centre held, were both  held on to, rotiriifg ,the side. In tho  ninth, Ladysmith sent- her last man  around, making a score of 12, while  ihe Diamonds failed to tally.  flraud Warden���������II. T. Fulton,  d> smith.  Grand Svcrelary���������'Frr,d. Davey, Vic*  toria,   (23rd term).  Ora-.d   Treasurer   ���������   Wallace   Law,  Vancouver. ,  Orand .Marsh.il���������S.  C. Sniiith,  Vernon.  (Irani Chajilain���������Kev.  E.  Cr.     Miller, Victoria.  " '(ir-in-d  Cond'ctor���������T.  Dixcn,   Kaa.t-  imo. < "  ���������Clnjfcl Guardian  ��������� G. U.   Taylor,/.  Greenwood."  Oram! Herald��������� R. II. Turaer Agassi/..  District  Deputies.  Ihe following district deputy grand  masters were appointed:  District No. 1, comprising lodges,  \'os. I, 2, and -t���������Fra-nk Taylor, Victoria-  District No. 2, comprising lodges  .Vcs. 3 and 27, J. J. Johnson, New  Westminster.  District.* No. 3, lodges Ncs. 5 and  20���������J. IJ. Nicholson.  District No. 4, lodge No 6 ��������� If.  Carroll-  District No. 5, lodge No. -7.���������E. A.  Kipp.  District No. G, lodges 8, 10, Is, 24  awl 2fi���������- A Clelandl Nrnaimo.  District So. 7, lodge No. 9��������� C. ,J.  Chapman, Kamloops.  Di/.trict No. 8, lodge No. 11���������.'no.  iiennie, Cumlerlaad.  District No.  !), led ^e. No:   12--- H. ;  Sough, _ Revelsttoke..  , Disarict No: 10, lode*.* 5fo.. 15r���������A.   .  D. JMjatheson,. CloverdaIe.i.>.  District No. 11, lodge X0. 17.���������E.  Castley,  Duncan..  DistricfcrNo. 13.���������;- lodges-.-Nos. IS,.  ���������8 and 50���������S.  A-. Slattfocd", Venic-ii.  District No. 1-1, ledge No. 21��������� A.  P.   Pattsrson, Ladner.  District No. 15, lodge No. 2-3������-J..  Burr, Ashcroft.  District N-o..* v lfi, ledge No. 2S���������  FranJc Baker, Agassiz. -.   * - ���������  District No. 17, lodge no 34r-A,.\I.  taagJands, Golden.  District No- 18, lcdnes Nns. 36 nn-d  13���������E. Johnson, Rqsisland.       r  District No.  19, lodges' Nos.  38, 45  lid 415���������i'vl. Martin Phoenix.  District No   20, ledge 39 ��������� W.  J.  Garbutt,  Silver City.  District No. 21, lodge No. 40��������� A.  I?: TVeter, Slooan.  District No. 22, ledge No:*.,'11���������"A.  ���������VI. Crtaig, Trout Lake.  District No. 23, lodrge No. -i-2��������� H.  !*Iic';,e*n<-otham,  Cranbrook.  JHstrict No. 24, lodge No. 44��������� C.  A.  Foote, Moyie.  District No. 25, lodge .47**- George  OlapP', Fernde.  District No. 26, lodge No. 49 ���������J.  McDowell,  Canvborne.  Grand lodge adjourned sine, die at  9.30  p.m.  The Banquet.  t    At  murdered. He is , second chief of the  Tagacola.-i who arc Non-Christian  people.  liieuteiiant   UoUon was i'rulcavoringi  to   pacify     the     people   by    pen.���������-���������ful  from  President   Cabrenrn's  forces  CASTRO   AGAIN.  Xi'W   Yorlc.    June   M.���������   A   cable ties  patch   to    lhe   T fern Id   r'ro������n   Caracas  means    and   had    gone   tbi-re   una nn-   says;  ed- (Sen.    Conies',,    will   retire  on   Indop-  ' He Was considered  one  ot  the   best,   MUience   Day.   1 hc   5th   of   July,    and    " ���������    'prosi  of I his  nniioiuu'i'.'inent Gen. Gom.-z declares  that his esteem and alWction for Gen  Castro nre unchanged and that al)  misunderstandings   are   cleared.  Over in GIa*:spnrl ihe authorities  have commenced a campaign against  another class of public offenders ���������  those who use profane language on  the streets or in public places��������� and  a hovel plan has .been . adopted. The  otTicers ha-vc been furnishc-d with tablets ami pencils to keep taih on all  the swear words a,n 1 profanity they  hem- and a fixed list of tines has  been mi arranged, as to make the  punishment fit the crime. For mild  brands  a   line  of  ���������!���������������������������>  cents   h;i,s    been  fixed and for  stronger brands  the us-  .    I     approval of the new meat    inspectioH  These teams have played twice, I -*t the Driard hotel last night tho  -ac-h winning one game, and the next P.'rand lodge cgnvention was .brought  proimises to he interesting. As yet, *-o a t-lose by a very pleasing fuhc-  neither team can say they they have l^-i0"���������a bani/uet -befng .-jiven in honor  had the best of it, and next game !of t*h������ visiting delegates. The atttn-  i.s  to fell  the tale. jdanc.'   was   large,   tlie menu  was    an  0  exlrunci]t one, the speakers in a hap-*  jiy mood,  and altogether a   very enjoyable evening was spent.  SWEPT BY WAVES OF PASSION.  PITCHED A  GREAT GAME  Seattle, June 15.���������Directly after  yes-fceoday's game at Recreation park  Rmbe Vickers, who made; the hag record for the Siwashes, collapsed in  tho dressing roc������m.     A surgeon,   was  St Petersburg. June 1-4-.���������Th������ low  or house of parliament waa swept to-  da.}- by successive waves of passion evoked by a series of. government communication including military    procurator   PavlofK's. rejcc.tio������  for   a  cessation   of  the    executions.-, in     tho  called and  Vickers   was   taken  to his [of the appt,a*   of the   House  home.     He was suffering from a bad '  chill but at last   rep|j[rts was   doinjj  weH [Baltic provinces,  and the i*ed.uest   of  In the   game    referred   to    Vickers  the   Procurator   of the   district that  struck  out sixteen men   of the . Los J th������������������ ���������house    expel    M.    Ulienoff    wbo  Angeles  team,    obtaining  the  record  for this season.  has been indicted    although a   meni-   ^  ber of   parliament    in order that ho  EXPRESSES DISAPPROVAL.       'may   be  arrested    pending;    his   trial  Washing-ton,     June     14.��������� President   for press offences.  Roosevelt    today  expressed entire dis  ers  will  have   to  pay  07  cents  Whether tin* scheme'will have the de- biU as complete by the House com  sired effect remains to be proved, - "**"-** on agriculture. He expressed  Washington  observer. -this vi ew today   to chairman Wades  So fierce was the storm that President Mourouvtsoff was compelled to  announce that be would adjourn th*  sfSSip-o.  if the demonstration continu  ���������d* .'...I  ���������'i-M  j 1  i i -I ���������*tO-AJR*tV'5J.rfA^-������i,rt-i---'t-a'iii^������3ta-.Vi.   -HSL.B l-A.-B-TJ.--a A-S  THE DAILY LEDGER  Published   every   day   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  THE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  C^na Year (in advance)  ...���������..'.'.... $5.00  One Months  ......... 50 cents  FRIDAY  June 15,  1900  NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  The Waialcale arrived in pOrt yesterday from Scuttle . leaving' at '0  o'clock on her, return trip.���������������������������, Ov,i*g  to the'bad .weather that. Seattleites  are 'experiencing' at t.he present Lime  the excursion' which was to Ua\e  arrived bore this week bus-'been i'������sl  poned   until next week.  ', .Joe Slant, of Cumberland, is c.\-  ]K������cted on today's boat, and .will in  future take up his rcsitler.ee in Au.  naimo. '.Joe is a cracking- good m-  lielder and will *be a great ac(pii-*i-  frion to the local nine, who are at pie-  sent  playingv great  ball.  A private telegram was ^received in  the city yesterday .morning- I'roiu Al  berni stating' that J.anies . 'Kechoicl  the man who was shot on. Monday  nig-li't by Mr. Rollins, ha cl succumb  ed to his injuries at an early horn  in the morning, having never regained consciousness .'from the time  he received the terrible injuiies  from  the  deadly  soft nosed   bullet  The funeral .will take place at VI-  berni/this  afternoon.  An Ottawa despatch of yesterday  or'   particular    local   interest    ' stal������s  that W. Sloan, member for Comox-  Atlin District, has given ' not ice 0J  the following- questions: What action has been -taken by the nonunion government with respect to that  section   of   the  report    of  the     renal  omm.ission'    on ..transportation      ie-  - oiiimended as follows 'That d luilh-  i������j ,md exhaustne exploration and  survey be made jo older to hnd thc  best route noni the plains of Alberta to an ocean |>oit on the wc-mL  bide of Vancouver Lslnnd.' What action has been taken b\ the go\eminent by reason ol numerous representations, which laue been presented to have a. surie^ made of So,*,-  iiiour Sariows with a mow oi ascertaining the icasib'Jit \ of bridging  tlie same lor lailwuy purposes''"  The Xanaimo base ball team are to  lia\e neu sun-. Pile ones in use at  Uie jjivM'iit tunc na\e seen mini) sei-  Mie and il i*> linn' dial they  should he ili-niiidcd loi- new ones  The team that t i-pic-euts Nanaimo  I his ieasiin is <uic ol the best that  Jius ti\ ei d-^iiiied I he lui ul unifoims  and are -.wiiihv in c\er,s sujipot t  ]'>,->���������-ball is ,| \c-r\ i-\p'-n->h r gamete  pl.t.v , and as the hoj*> aie shy in  minis Llies ai-. going lo make an appeal to llie men hauls ol the cily  to ussisl them in busing the new  suits. There is no better advertise  mwil lot an\ town than n winning  team at ,ui,\ kind of a game and the  .Nanaimo baseball team aie certain  I.V theie with lhe goods (James aie  ���������chedulcd to be ������������������la\*-d in Ibis cit-,  during llic pnsiin summci with m'\-  eral ol the Seattle teams, Aii.it-  oites. I'oi t Tounseml V'aiiiouve1 and  V icloiia, so the piosjsetts 101 a  food season is \c-i.\ bi lghi When  the repiesonlatiw-s oi lbe club make  tlui'-, round next wt-ek after .suliscup  tion,s to the Xi-w Suit Fund, it is  co be hoped that lhc.\ will meet w un  a  generous   iespouse  THE LADYSMITH DAILY   LEDGER  ....   .   .   ^ l^in^l^nrkj^^y,^^^^^^^*~^^^^l>^ri^^'^^*^^f^'*-  ������  ���������*****���������-���������****���������  ���������i&&������   Heal  u*-l  l������-   VOU    WANT   A(iOOl>-  I  V-  4-  '*<!& ii  i ���������       Fir  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaura  ALWAYS OPEN FIRST   WEXUE.  L i.  ploi ol lhe goierniiicnl and of lhe  Oand Trunk Co, alltogelhci a'-out  ] ,j0 men There is plrnlv of woik  for iiieii there at *??()(' and board  for common laboiers N'n lish aie  junnm-n on tin'' Skeenn as \fl, bul  prepai ntions an- bfin-^ matlc foi a  largv eatch dm mil; the inn There  aie qiiile a ixiofl man' pi ���������>���������,]���������������������������( i oi s  m. thai section 5-onic of the Hi i-  tannia people came ilr.wn <>ri the Am  ill' lioiu K'i'l ehi( an wheie Ihey an  installing a Hand i ompivv-iii ami  gelling icud.N lo dew-lop exlcii-*"!\ely  ���������some mines oi lhat section that  thay    now contiol.  31)-. llingbam will on .lnl.\ 1st,  bcg-in woi-k ''��������������������������� the Canadian Hand  Co,'and will lust *\ isit Ctinibeiland  lor the purpose ol intiodtuing thc  new jiiaihme now mnnufacliiicsl by  that coinpan.N and will allerwarils  visit   othci   sections   ol   the  province  All      J.  home    allei  F      Oitigliarn  a   few   week's  is      bnik  \ isit      tc  Try Capital and Nugget Cigars  __��������� __ rO-^- -; -.  THE VERY BEST REMEDY  FOR BOWEL  TROUT ILK,  Mr. M. F.  Burroughs,  ah old   and  welt-known    resident'"   of     Bluff to'  Ind., says:    'T, regard^Chan-Jb-erla.m'-.  Colic,  Cholera and  Diarrhoea Retnc  dy as the very ,best remedy  for  bo  wel tromble.    I make, this statement  after having* used  the remedy in    ni\  * family for several years.     I am ::3v-  er without- it."   -This remedy is  almost sure to be needed before    '1!  Wimmer  is  overf      Why     not     buy  it   now and   be   prepared   for    stirl  an emergency?     For sale by     Cad.*,  smith Pharmacy.  ���������lie   (TiKk   In el    (otiiitr\,   lo      whuli  pluce   he* took  ,*   g-asoline   launch    io.  the   Fiiidlc\    liiiidii'   ,v   Co   ol        \ an-  chii\c-i       Mi      Iting-litini   speaks   well oi-  the   baibor and  oi    the  location    foi  tko   c*. land   Tiiinlv   leinnnnl   ci'ly.     No  Jols   aie  \el    un   sale  and    will   not  be  pjil   on   the   market,   it    is   slated  until, nitei   ilu, iailwa\  is    thioiigh to  the    coast       Theie   aie   three   cani]>>  ol  geogiaphical  and    two    camps    oi  h\ di ogrnplncal    sur\ejois   in  tbe eni-  Union mado-Capital & Nugget Cigars  HOW TO BREAK  UP   A  COLO  It may be a surprise to many (o  learn that a severe cold can be completely broken up ui one oi tvo  days' time. The first syrup" runs of  a cold is a thy, loud cciit,h, a pi'o  fuse watery discharge ficn l* e i< so,  and a thin, white toitiait on tic  tongue. When Chamiberlain's Cough  remedy is taken eveiy hour on the  lust,-appearance of thess symptoms,  it counteracts the effect of the cold  and restores the system to al-.01.l-h5  condition within a day or two. I*'< r  mle by Ladysmith  Pharmacy.  Try a Province  Cigai.  *���������   -   t*-a   *&���������   S       -**1 *" t! f^. *    ^fc   -*      I ���������?  "jjALfcUUilAN'  Leads  llse 111    All  IN  g'UALiTV  , P. RITHtir.  6i Co.,  Lid  I'.it'iin'  it: 1 t;i;i \,  1 o.is'.    Agency  B 1  j Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Railway  j "    Time Table No. 58  ! , Effective April 20th, 1006.  '     Trail.-*,  iea������r  >j������������\smith lor   \icioria and  all   lnlcrmcuiale  stations    ai  i) 10 a.m. daily, ami at 5:00 p.m. on   Wednesdays,  Saturdays,    ami     Sun-  ���������Jays.  I Trains   !ca\f   f.adysmith  lor Wellington  and  all   intermediate station!:  at   11 ;>7  am    daily, and   at 7-.00 p.m.   on    Wednesdays,  Satuidays    and >  Sundays. t  Kxcu-sion Tickets ,��������� i-^^**-  " ON SALE TO AM) FKOM ALL STATIONS  Kood for going Journey Saturday *��������� nd Sundays, letuin.ng not later ihau  the following  Monday. '$}'.-       1 I        1  -���������Steamer Joa������   Sails- from  L*-jysmith for  Vancouver every Saturday at C 00 a.m. and  returning sails from Vancouver    tor   Ladysmith ui 2.80 p.m.  G, 1^. Courtney,  I>isfriel Possengor Agent  r>8 Goveriuiieiil St../Victoria, B.C.   T~H    3561  zz\i   ro  For a cool,  reficshnig'  A T H  During thc Summer  Months Cali on   1K0MAS LEWIS  ���������ShaMJi"  Pailois,  etc.,     High Street  FOB T!i������ BiGSESf BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  on J. [. Smith  O  31  Oi!  [j  ioiist' and Sign Painter  The-  tht  Ask for Minard's and take no other  At the Yarmouth Y.M.C.A. Ufjys'  (Jamp, held at Tusket Falls in August, I found MINARD'S LTNTMEN'D  most beneficial for sun hurn, and immediate relief, for colic and toothache.  ALFRED STOKES.  General Secretary.  RAYMOND & SONS $  ���������Dealers  in��������� i-  Lime,   Plaster Tin is,    Brick, ff  Fire  Btic-k and  Vancoitvct i*-;- I;  land cement. |  3 Pandora St.  Victoria L'.'C. |  KE������3asii������W5e*a  k loo (join; Ml  <������  auc*   iovr   lictots  re-ii-'    %lt  North Western Line  The only line now making (JNIO>  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS witJj tht  through trains from tbe Pacifii  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, Tt  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE   LOWES-  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT*  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information  ask y  lnctl agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General  J)f������  7*20 2n4 Ave, Seattle  UndertNew iWaiiagmenJ  HOTEL WILSON  Jus.":R.'.N'cKin.iiell, Prop.  NANAfSVSO  Commercial  Mens'  heathnnvters.  Modern  and      Strictly First Class.  Fire Prool     Ruildiiar-  HOTEL   DOMINION  ��������� T-lntfH if.].25 Kiid^l.nO���������  Fi-8 to  all Bt-fftmhni-.t   landinf-H and  riuWny depot-?. .  Eh-*ciru*;.-ar(S*jv-3ry  minutce  to ii! paris o!   tho  city.  and table unoxcelled.   .  '-*..  ;'F. BAYNRS, Pi-oprielor,  ABBOTT' ST.,   VANCOUVER   B,.C  ���������'! -. C  Br.i  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK���������  and  ���������WHITE   LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  Best accommodation for' transient  /\nd permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  d*tp Rates $1.80 a day and ������p-  WArds.  WM, BEVERIDGE, Prof.  .TS*?iltXMi������ :*>*-: :������~; :���������������������������- ���������-"-:��������� *Ltt<T������������ltll  Ticlvct and"Krelfeht'Office,  75  (,Joverhrlien"t"fSti-ec?.^   1  2    Transcontinental i  Trains Dai iy      i  The -New* T-ftlin.7-^1  CRIENTAL LIMITED  The Train-of., (wc  Ease,   Elegance^ .Excellence..^  Every  mile a picture,   and  00 smoke to spoil the   view.  ' Through Compartment,   Observation  and  Pullman  Sleepers;    also    Through    Tourist  Cars to Chicago.  At antic Steami-hip Bihiinesi to Europe  is our Specialty  Union     Terminals   with   all  Steamer lines.  Berth reservations  by wirrl  Great Northern S.S. Co.  FOK  JAPAN   AND  CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for Japan    and China ports at*  fre-  (tnenr dates.   .. Evact    sailing  dates can he secured  upon application to any" Great North  ei n representative.  S. G.  YERKES,  A.G.P.A., Seattle, Wash.  E. ILJ3TEPNGN, ���������   .u,   . ._  Gen/Agent, Vh-toiia, B.C.  -J*  +7**<A,  Hi:������! BFJBYS  NURSIES   GREENHOUSES* AND SEED  HOUSES  8110   Vest-minster  Road,  rMNCOUVEil.  li.U  Headquarters for   PACIFIC GROWN Garden, Held  and flower SUEDS  for distribution. ;  Large   stocic   or Home  Grown FRUIT and OR- ������W^  NAMENTAL     TREES    ^  now matured for Spring.  No expense, loss or delay of fumigation or inspection  Let me ?rice your list  before  placing your   order, i-lreciinouse Plants,  h'loi'al Packages, Pertili-  7crs   etc.  3010  WeBtmiustei Road.  VANCOUVER,  B.  C.  V *v-*v,  v.���������  #**a-V/** 1+ ���������������  Pianos   & Org-ans  Ladysmith, B.C.  \ Plumbing and "* TinsmiHiing  'DONE   AT  <        a ���������*-  Reasonable Prices   Ily���������  j. ANDERSON  Leave orders at  T'ercrson's Furn -  lure Store, or telepnone No 5.H.  -. ,U 1; *5.s  .'���������.���������;*  STUAM I1KATKI)  ���������l'UKNISIl    ROO.MS  B0TSF(  T  KjPoJLp  A. J. WciViURTJ-HS, S'roprlotOi*  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  BAR SU1'1-I,IKI> WITH BE: T  WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGAR-   ^  HOTEL  LAiiYf-Mnrf,   . C  Good tables and good  Rooms  HL  Board nt re'tsonnh'.e  Rntes  ^ND HOTEL  DAVID   HYNT13,  Prop  Tlio liar is extra  Stocked  well  Hotel   h-iS    heen   completely       reaovated.  Hoard ---.ad lodging $1.00 per day.  HOTEL    PRETORIA  JOHN T^A, 5'roprietor  Ladysmith B.C.  *  ���������*  *  ���������*  ���������*  +  **  t  +  **/  THIE TYgB COPPER CQ., Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH,   B. C.  CLERMONT LiyiNeSTOW,  ; General Manager.  +  ���������*  *>  ,*���������  *  +  ������ UEADnOPPJ[C|3   ,  DUNCANS StApM  '���������;::y8������^oj^iilaMrii<J<f  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<>���������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������������������������a  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������..#���������������.���������&*.  >���������������������������������������������������������������***������������������*���������*���������������������������������������������*���������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������  STORES!, , STOVES!  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest 5tyles and Newest Patterns--We do  Ai I .kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickel Plating in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co'.i,d  TELEPHONE 53 p. O. Box 42.  .������������������~������..������..������..������..������..������..������..������..������..������..������,.������..,..,..������..,..������..,..���������,.,  ������������������������������������������.���������..������������������������������������..���������..���������..������������������������������������..  ,���������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������  Iinr. Supplied   with   the  Rest  Liquors and  Cignrs.  Wirie.s, 1st Avenue :-: :-:  jM������jtH-^-w������Mia^������������*tJil  ^���������*^fc.-^'i������v^-%-%.-%-^-^-'^fc. *^.-^-%. -^.-m. ���������%.'%..'*. ���������^'^    -^���������^���������%^j-%.^  WM.   MUNSIB,   President    .1.  W.  COBURN, Managing  Director.  Telephano -l-(>.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd  ���������������*������  MILLS    AT   lriDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH-r   -, ������r  Shingles at Speciality  MANUFACTURERS  OF   Hough and Dros'stMl Fir and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS,   SHINGLES,   MO ULDINCIS,      ETC.,     of    the  BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND   DRIED     FLOORINGS  FINISHING  LUMBER IN  STOCK  TH6 CITY 7UIPLRK6T  JR. Williamson Prop  isi. Aveiiije Ladysmith B.C.  MjNMng and paperhanging ~  Neatly and Artistically Dbiie           Orders  Promptly    -Execute   LAOYSMITH  S. ROEDDING   -  AND  -���������'���������������������������^���������-������������������-M + 'M'**^ w.  LADVSMITH TRANSFER STAJBLE  PIANOS,      ORGANS     AND HOUSEHOLD     KURNITURF MOV-      ���������  ED PROMPTLY A   ?*ID SAFELY.  Stahles In the rear of the Lad ysmrth hotel.  Ahbot*     ford.  Leave orders at   tbi  A.    J   WASKE, PR j  t   ... ��������� ��������� $  ���������                         r  ?     ���������' '                h  ?       ���������-                '.  f-   .   ���������                 % *** XtthH.AnifciH*:wjfc������  T*'   "^."Si * "  rr^ryry^: x-c:  tun, r*y nd<w*A -i���������  THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  |H*V:IH>mK)JJij  HlLSERr  LODGES  LADYSMITH    TEMPLE,    No.    5.-  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  lellows' Hall    every  2nd    and    -1 th ' J .-z.yr-*R,rK^^M-T~,..*-^i������-*������*rvw. -->c\s���������. ���������-._ .    u  -Tuesday, at, 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  M. of R. & C.  (         j        LMTLD   ANCIENT      ORDfcTt   Ur  j DRUIDS  (      Wellington Liove No   1 U.  A. O.  1  ( Meets   in We V 0   O .K. Hail,  Li.  dy smith, the Second and l-VjtMi  W'ednesda\s of each  month, cominer--.-  !  |    , i*g Wednesday.   l,������.th..  190?  I Visit in it, Druids     are tn*  ited to  <t  U-ud.  By Order. '  WM   RAFTER.  Kecr S-vtv  PATRICK DUPK. N.   *  Dr. Dier can he found at any tlnu*  at his office nn Gatacre st. His de'<  1al work is ������;. aranteod to be first  flans and rates reasonable at  NOTICE  From this date the undersigned  will noi ,l*e responsible for any Indebtedness incurred except on a  written order signed hy the secretary  Rowland   M&chin  V.   f:> EXPLORVriONT A  DEVEr  OI'WENT CO.,  LTD.  Son Pc������r>**ni*,������t Llahll'ty.  *-i^������,.h������   n 'r... m������'\ mh   "*������n������  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All  work  guai'anioiid  and at  leason-  '' able rules.  RESIDENCE   AND OFFICE  Gatacre St Ladysmith  x    ��������� 0|������ii at, all hoins.  LADYSMITH'   bAKfcf V  CHOICE     CAKES     AND    l'ASTFtt  ALWAYS    KRiOSi,!   ON  HAND  Wedding    CaKca  -i-Iade   to   Order  PI J (J ITS    AND    CANDIES  OF ALL  KINDS.    i-'RJESil   BREAD  EVERY   DAY  Prices    are     Very Reasonable.     All  Customers are Treated  Alike.  HOP LEE A CO.  ON THE JSSPLANADE.  1  ���������3^  DOM ON 01! GEllfll 01  . JOlf 2 191  111  I $1,000  in   phizes  k  P  1Mb  fidTICE  LADYSMITrl    WATEtt Wtf'KKS  - Consumers are requested to call'at   the; office     on  Robert**'   Street  a. ���������'  lay Water     Partes,  between,: the rlOth    aBn the'^Ir"of'each m   ,th  Office Hours I P. M. 4 3)'  r. f .BLAND  SUPERINTEND ENTV.  ���������*i t'ttT .y..ixt|-^  -t* i  W. R. SIMPS0K  ) . Mnllr.1t'*r     r*.*-  I HHomy   h    UaV  <   *t.   Awnut UOVSVUH  ! CUBAN CIGAR FACTORY  v.  I  Mannfacturers of the Famous  CUBAN   L5LOSS01  None bu   Utii>-.--i Labor    Employed  H  .1.   BOOTH. Prop  EXCELLENT  Train Service]  BETWEEN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO, |  MONTREAL QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  And tlie Principal ]$'isliie:*8 Centers of  Ontario, Quebec, and the j  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Tlmo Tublus, etc.. address  GEO. W. VAUX,  Assistant Ocn'l Passenger nntl Ticket A(ti-ul  10S AD*MS ST.. CHICAGO, ILL.       ������  Paisley Dye Wfarks  Fancy Dyeing niwl Cleaning. Cluarg-  es reaaonaible, etc.    Work Guaranteed  Commercial St. ��������� Nanaimo, B. C.  J. PIERGY & GO.  Manufacturers Of.���������  '   IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  I TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE JHY GOODS  VICTORIA, B. C.  *g C h a m p i o ii s li i p    Baseball    Match   ������-  ^ NANAIMO   RELIANCE  VS.  LAD VX.WITll. '^  ^Championship     Fiotball   Match.  qT< VANCOUVER   VS.   L.NDVSIUITIL >^  = 1  S3  = fjl  an Canoe  Races, Lop,  Rolling Contests, fti ulliiic Matches  i-lu    ^  Sg Championship V. I. Swimming Mater--- Amateur ff\  Big    Tn^of-wai  8$   Udi  C h i 1 d r e n ' s      Sp'ortM  =G rand    Regac! at���������:  LOGGING'.CAMPS   VS,  LADVSMITII  ONE BIG DAY OF SPORT  A Great  Heat  Radiator  " Sunshine " furnaces  have a large, heavy sheet-  steel dome and radiator,  with a wide space between them for tlie circulation of air.  This gives an im'meuse radiating surface, and moans  that every atom of he-it from tlie lire is used for'Beat ing  purposes, and forced through! hot-air pipes into the house.  If you need a furnace, you should examine the "Sunshine "���������it will save you untold expense, worry aiid work  ��������� ' . . . , , .  -       ���������; ������- -     -   -j  Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere���������booklet free*  i  Excursion  Rates From Ail Points  RUSSELL   SIMPSON,  Chairman  11.  MACK LIN,  Treasurer.  j^ssssse^^fis^gfi^ases^e tism&nm  JAS.   ADAM  SecreUrv  The Ladysmith Hardware Co,,  London, Toronto, Mo'xtkeal, Winnipeg), Vancouvbb,  Sr. John, Hamilton.'   .������*.-  -  GENERA!  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED  AT  SHORT  NOTICE.     .DRILLS  SHARPENED  B\r US     ALWAYS   GIVE SATISFACTION.  '-.-���������PICKS HANDLED AND REPAIRED���������  -S II I P SMI T H INfr   I N     A LL   I T S   BRANC 1-1F.*  Horseslioers and Genera' Blacksmiths.  R. WRIGHf.  Buller Street   -      -    - :   -Ladysmith, B i  4^^������i*-*������^*������-������^**^I^'l-*������������-l'-������'I''H-^  ncEi^.^iGEi.-^-t  Will be Delivered on  Mondays,->. Wednesdays.  Flidays and Saturdays  Orders  must be in liy  eleven o'clock oii  day  of Delivery,  Union  Brewing  ! Limited   ;  | NAJNAIMO    B. C.  ���������������������������H***-H^*f**I**''*M*^*I*^  SynojislsOf Canadian HoineKtcail  Regulalions.  Any- available Dominion Jumds  within Uie Railway Belt in British  Columbia, may be homes beaded by  any person'who'is the sole head of  a family, or any male over e ghteen  years of age, to the extent of one-  quarter section of 100 acres, more  or less.  Entry must be made personally at  tlie local land ollice for the district  in  which  the land is situate,  The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one- of the following  plans:  (1) At least six months! residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for  three years.  (2) If the father, (or-mother, jf the  father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a. farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the j*e-  t'liiremcnts   as to residence mav   :bo  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 thc vicinity of his home  stead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by resiilf.a-  upon the said land.  Six   monllie'    notice     in"     writi.  should be given  Lo the 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 aqfq-uired by one individual or company. Royalty at the  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,00'.'  pounds shall be coNeclod oa the  i;ross output.  W.   W.   CORY,  ���������leputy of  the Minister of Telenor  Sunli-rlit Soap is better than other snaps, but  is best when used In the 5iinli);ht way.  Buy Sunlight Soap and follow Directions  NOTICE.  Mrs. A. L.    Haskins.  will sell   Ice  '"Veani from (I  to  S  every     evening  Victoria   Road,   a.houf,  nne   miii-   mil  Keep Minard's    Liniment  house.  !������]  i  m  ������������������": ������������������-���������*-- ���������"-���������-������-���������������������������'������������������-������������������������������������  BKjigiajaijjiBiijiaHH THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  5mith, Fotos,  That's All!  Local Items  New Potatoes, Cucunnbers and-Rhubarb at Simon Leaser & Co., Ltd.  The Tepic and scows were in today at the Colliery, wharves for GOO  inns of oo-**! for 'the Mainland.  THE   CITY   BAND  MOONLIGHT EXCURSION  This excursion hy the S.S. Joan,  takes place Saturday, June 30th.  The most picturesque route around  the islands will he selected. Plenty  of music during the trip and also  dancing. Secure your tickets early  as there will be a big crowd. Adults 50 cents; Children, under 12, 25  j cents. Tickets now on sale at  Smith's Candy Store, and at tho  Band  Concerts every Saturday.  a&im������mif3i)������SBa&!^  The Thistles aaid Maple Leafs, two  teattns in the Junior League, will  play a baseball match tomorrow afternoon on, the Bunker Grounds at 2  {> 'clock.   A good game is expected.  Mr. D. Plaskett, is in Victoria today , having gone down on tlie morning train.  Mr. G. Schenck, the photographer,  arrived from Vancouver today, and  will  remain in  the city  a few days.  Mr. H. Forcijnimer is malting .a  good offer on fountain pens to-day,  and  invites .inspection.  Mr. E. Panncll spent yesterday afternoon in Ohemainus on biisi*i*ess re-  turning: to' the city late last evening-: '.'; '.l-..: ���������.'.".������������������ ������������������-.: '.".���������.���������. .;"���������������������������  Mr. J. H-. Hawthornthwaite is advertised 't0 speak in the Opera House,  here tomorrow evening.  ������������������ ��������� .���������A-���������  Mr. B. S. Weinrabe has been   confined to the house for  the past   few  days owing to  illness. :  '���������*~--:'"-\--.:.y  The .office ������������������af. the City Clerk will  be open on Saturday and Tuesday ey  citings for the purpose -of/receiving  taxes.  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  destruction  ^;thReatened  -~ "'.'(L-T?l'5^jrl������.-:A������ial(l*e*!t������ ���������t������������2rTiri.\������'.!  Nakusp, TJ.'.&'.[ June L4.--���������The inost  disastrous fire rajjo-d'.'here tonight,  starting- at flyw'.'o'clock* from a spark  in the'sawmill ot' the Yale Columbia Lumber ...Co.,-'a-nct totalling- destroying their plant anil entire stock  ol', lumber in'..the 'yards. The entire  waterfront was in danger of being  g.utteU. For several hours, many  families were engaged in moving- all  their household goods' .to.-places of  safety expecting the ''Jl nines to extend to their'dwellings. Tlie C. 1'.  R. 'shipyard which; adjoins lhe mill  was almost, in.; the grasp of the  dread flames.'���������-��������� Fortunately about sev  en the wind shifted : its course and  with the heip pf the pumps oi the  Ci. P'. R. steamer. Mm I o, ' vh ich was  got under steam; as quielcly as possible, the "fire was confined, within a  certain area. The tug Columbia lat  or arrived and is throwing a stream  of water on the. ��������� 'fiercely ragung piles  steamer Uo.sslaiul hns also been hurriedly sent- for to protect the companies ' property. 'The',0. F. K. has  lost three box cats, anil'one flot car  but saved ���������.several ��������� others. '.The entire  population is working hard lo confine, the flames to the mill, and made-  many fruitless efforts to rave some  of .the   lumber ���������piles.'  The;mill has a capacity' of fifty  thousand feet per day, and loss is  about ������25,000. ,'1'hc yards contain  ed nearly two; million feet." The  whole is covered by insurance, but  the amount' is unknown. Unless the  wind changes its course during the  Messrs/-E, Rowland, H.Fiilton,H !night, alt outside property is saved.  Carroll and other delegates to" ttiie-!ThV compa.iv's oflices,', atores and  session of the Gnuul .Lodge, LO.O.F: icookJlollsfi are, int^L :B*twcvn 50  Victoria, returned on tlie noon train ;aml q0. men' were einplovect at the  to-day-    ��������� /.���������,-.... i    .  Ladies' Black Cotton Hose  Fast Black  Special 15c,  Boys'Pants, Double Seats 1  Double Knees and Double 1  Stitched Seams-Beg. 65, 75,1  Special 50c %  -������ : |  Ladies' Colored Blouses��������� p  All   Sizes  Special 50c.  1st. Avenue*. radyrmMh. B, C j  I. f. RnrpfBf. Prop, j  MANUFACTURhR  OF      |  Carbona'cd Ueveraffes. f  ��������� (i i si g e r   Beer        \  i  Fruit Syrups'|  P.   O.   I5ox   24S I  ���������-���������������������������������..���������..������������������������_������������������.���������.   '- :s^3������  < .������������������***,<.���������  ��������� '.;���������-3*"  /':  **-  i  The . funeral of Geo. Ito>;s, whose  body was yesterday found in the Na-  naiirnr*- river after several weeks''  .search, will tal������j place fr0m , the,residence ttt Extension to the Nanaimo  cemetery  on  Sunday at   1  o'clock.  U. S. Weinrohe is advertising a  sale at his store for today and -tor.  morrow.  /  5, Doz. Ladies' Turn-over  Collars-^AII New Designs  Special 10c.  Canvas Shoes for Men and  Youths, also.tor boys  Special  65=75 and 85c.  Miss Knight, of Victoria, is in the  city visiting her brother and sister-  in-law, Mr.  and  Mrs.l J; A.   Knight.  Mr. J. Tha, proprietor of the Pretoria Hotel, has juist had his dining-  nojr>m, bar-room., etc.,. completely renovated, being repainted, papered,  "etc. Mr. S. Roodding; had charge of  the work, and is to ihe congratulated  on   the effect prc/ducod.  None Better-Capilal & Nugget Cigars  Walters &  Akenhead  *v *?  '     ,'V  ~*t'j, *'jy  t-y  ��������� tVfl  f-ott;  !-.*e<*iTl)y Hivo.i t.hings-  '.''i-n'-tv r'nilsr-i'.'I'i'O,  ���������ii.id  [bh-MH-n, nnil  i^!,bl-'  Brand  ������  PIPES  These arc absolutely the  Best Shitting Six-Penny Pipe  in the World  Likr- a inio friend,', they wear woll.  TIIKY WILL NOT CRACK.  .T!Il.Y  WILK NOT BURN.  Every Pipe Guaranteed.  SOLO   IN   CANADA   FOR   35C.  Just remember "SHIELD BRAND"  Sold   At  Knight's   Book  Store.  To Our Customers  B utter  Cowichan Creamery Butter will Remain at25c.  Per lb,:for a Few Days Only  Smoke Bi������  13. Cioars  Picnicers Attention!!  Commencing  S.unday  next,    I  .will    conduc t    a refreshment  stand for  the convenience    of  - picnicers and camning parties  on    the    Green Spot opposite  the boathouse,  and nea.r Shell  Beach.       Refreshments,       Ice  'Cream,  Lunches,  clc.,    served  at  reasonable prices.  Campers    wishing to  secure  plots for  the. siuiiine-r season,  should apply'here.  Mrs, T, Ci McKinelley.  HIGH ST.  ���������  l-OR  ���������  as ���������  Tennis Goods  Lacrosse   Sticks  -AND   Base Bail  Outfits  -WRITR-  which members were chosen to represent the local club at the tourna-  nvent to, be held on Saturday, June  23rd,  in  Nanaimo.  Considerable interest is being difi-  played by lovers of g-ood singing in  Hhe' aftneia-nance here on Thursday  next, of Miss D-ahl, the famous Norwegian singer. Reserved seats will  bo on',sale shortly, and prices, programme, etc., announced.  MISS DAHL IN NANAlMiO.  Miss  Dalh,   the  Norwegian singer,  ,wh0 is t0 appear here on Thursday, ev J  I eninb; next, will sing -in Narui,ijnb, tliid   "-*������������������  j evening.   Speakinig of her aPPeB-rancc  A   meeting  was  held   last   evening,   (here, the Nanaimo Herald of     this  of   the Ladysmith   Tennis   Chiib-,,   at , morning says'  In the Opera House louiglit the local music lovers will have a chance  of seeing- and hearing* tor the 'last  time in our city those two celebrated artists Misses. Olivia Dahl 'and  Gina Smith, the 'former "'of whom  is a singer' of international repute  unci ranks anions l'le greatest in  the world- There is one particular  feature of this attraction ta- which  we wish to call special attention,  and that is that llic- price of admission is only .fifty cents and the 8  first rows of tho house are only one  dollar. How many who looks at  these prices stop and1 think what  they arc getting for their money  The Victoria: Colonist, (wtiich is the  most critical paper on tlie coast,)  says: Miss. Dahl is as great as Gad  ski, nnd infinntely h--Mor'fhnn Albani  and yet it is not iced by the Montreal  Star that AUmni is Kinging Ihrougti  all thc Kasli-fn cities nl two and  three dollars per seal. A disposi-  trion to coinpaie Miss. Rah I with the  greatest   vocalist.*:   of   modern     times  Mr. II. Rushton, who has been superintending the installation of the  new machinery at the Ladysmith  Lumber Company's shing-lc mill here,  left at noon today for New Westminster, Ui-> work here ��������� being completed.  PHOTOS���������One Dollar buys 6 Cabinet Photos. Your picture on poslal  Card, $1.00 per dm. Three days  only, Saturday, SiuwLay and Monday,  June 1G, 17 and ,18th. Schenck, the  Vancouver Photographer, CampJlicH's  corner.  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house  Ask for Minard's  anil  take no other  CHOICE CALIFORNIA CANNED  FRUIT  Table Egg  Plums ,   Table Ap-icots   Table Peaches   Table Pears   Table Green Gsge Plums    ...3oc. Per Tin      ...3oc.  Per Tin   3pc.  Per Tin    3oc. Per Tin   30c. Per Tin  Strawberries, Raspberries & Blackberries  '���������������������������'��������� 3 Tins for 50 Cents  Large Tin^, Pine Apple 20 Cents  LEAVE YOUR ORDERS l-OR  PRESERVK1 STRAWBERRIES  BLAIR   Sc  ADAM  5ARNSLEY & CO. \  VKT0RIA, B. C,    :  Strawberries  Owing to thewet sensor, a Shortage in the Crop  is Predicted arid th<; Pices today Remain  Firm at 2 B x s for 25"c. AH order* for  Prts.rvlng Berries wil be filled next week  at iOw. Per Box and if.the supply is good a  Cheaper Price will be Quoted  S1M( N LE1SER& CO Lw!  m~  g Notice i  fc: t                                      A. Howeot Chemalnuslias opan.'J the Aleitm ark      ^S  mZ. "                                     lately run by W.Ward, on Roberts Street ,*������, tha.   ~^m:  S^ full line at First Class Meats              ....          -^  I Pork and Sausage a Specialty ��������� A [rial Solicited j  1 A.  HOWE                    Phone 2=0 1  % MEAT   MARKET                           ^  BBESESaEaBs������SBeeBiBBSr^3Sa������  is shown in the press notices from  the various cities in which she has  appeared during ihe pasl few yeais.  j\1\\ C II. Giljhons. niniiuger of^H*>s  Dahl said in a eonnnnnicut ion. to  his ayent yesteida\ : I ha-c boo'*-('d  Miss. Dahl for three hundred concerts in the principal cities of America. ������������������ After the 25th hist., the ladies will start, upon their extended  tour.  WHEN     TO QUIT.  An''English journal req.uestijil a nuni  her of its largest, ai*v'crl'Si'rs to give  their opinion concefniii.!*; the dyesb t-im'o  to Btop a'dvertisinjrr  anil.'the following replies were received:  When the population cease* to mill  liply* and the generahio-us that cro-wd  on alter you amd never heard of you  stop Coining on.  When  you   have convinced     cvery-  ���������hody wliose life will  touch yours that  you have Letter     goods  and     lower  prices  than     they  can get   anywhere  else.  When you stop making fortunes  rig-ht in your sight solely through  the direct use  of  the  mighty a-gont.  When you forg-et the* words of the  shrewdest aiul most .successful men  concerning the main cause of their  prosperity.  When younger jiiiil fresher houses  in your line cease starting up and  using newspapers in telling people  how much better they can do for  them  tlian you can.  When you would rather ha'-* your  own way ami fail than take a/jvire  and win.  UNKNOWN FRIENDS.  -. There arc  many  people  who     have  used   Chamhlerlain's     Colic,    Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid J  results,    i|jiuL  who are unknown     he-;'  cause they have hesitated  about giv- |  ing a  testimonial  of their exporienco i  for jiuhlication.   These-people,    how-j  ever, are none     the less friends     of  .the remedy.     They have done    much  to make it     a household    word    hy  'their   personal   recomiiiejiiilalioiis-     to  friends and neighbors.     It i,s a  good  medicine to  have    in  the  Ironic    -ir-rt  is widely known for its cures   -f   diarrhoea and  (all forms of -U-jwel trouble.     For sale  hy  Ladysniith    I'hi.j-  macy.  I have just received a shipment ol  Hills'   High Grade  ENGLISH TOBACCOS  and  G&AREl TFS  at -he*   DRUG  STORE  Handsome Designs, Fine Colorings,  Prices Lowest  For the Month of June, and  until further notice, we will  trim all Wall Paper sold hy  ns Free of Charge.  H.  KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  e  0  Granite and Marble Works  Granite anil Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest prices consistent  with first class stock and  workmanship. Write for  catalogue.  A.   STEWA'RT,  M8 Yates St. Victoria  B.C  Sporting Goods  .Just arrived���������tbe best line of���������  Tennis Goods, Baseballs,  Bats, Gloves, Etc.  LADYSMirtl HARDWARE COMPANY LIH1TED  ijsra^sassiEHtrsn.  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant  FIRST A VENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  KiihtiSffiil-o  FOUNTAIN   PENS  We have Just received a shipment of the Famous  LAURENCE     FOUNTAIN     PENS  ���������-���������  Each one carries a special guarantee.    Prices from $1.00 iip.  ���������--CALL   and   SEE   THEM ���������  B. FORGIMriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE     . LADYSH1TH  rBrew������������������ri!fa*i,<*������jf'^a*'irX .* .-.��������� -.-. .*��������� ���������-*���������'"  -i  sf������*<i*tteitt������tit*t*������tt  NOTICE.  The partnership hitherto existing  between Messrs. Paimell & Plaslcest,  butchers, has this day hoen dissolved. The -business will he carried  on by Mr. 1.0. Cl. I'annell, who will  assume all liabilities, and all debts  on-jin*; to tho said firm, shall/he paid  to liian.  Dated   11 th  .lime, 1000,  FOR SALE���������One Pianola and table.  880 pieces, with fcahle; 400 pieces  without table.     Apply  P10T10R li'l'SCllER,  Roberts St. and 5th Ave.  I have on, hand a fresh supply of-  PO RK   and    BEEF  IMPORTED HACKNEY STALLION  "ENDURANCE"  \  (8132 H. S. B.)  At Johnson's    Livery ;Stab,e   every  Tuesday  at noon,  and  will remiain  until Wednesday nopn,: each -week.  TERMS���������$15lX> INSURE  Smoke a Big B Cigar.  WANTED���������Men to work at the Tyee  Smelter.     Apply at once to  H. WRIGHT,  .Smelter Foreman.  Try a Province Cigar.  BBH


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