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 L-y  L^������^-  /  *****N*^4iM4^  IDUNCAN5   &    f  I      LADSYiTITH {  t -f  &  *   ,    \J*--*o'  ^  JUN 15 1905  V       "-^OR'-A^L  O*  The Daily Ledger  &.M'>{"P-H<'>-M***i<^<i^*^  I LADY5MITH      I  |    " & DUNCANS i  ������������������+���������4 ���������*���������*-$- ���������4*^������4^*^-^-H'4^-H-M-M-H'  i'  ,-r  '.fa'  VOL. 2,  WEDNESDAY,   JUNE Id,  1005.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  IENDSHIP LOVE AND TRUTH  V  M  >*S4-  Will NGT DO  J. Dalyrimple Says in a Republic it Would Be  Dangerous  For American  Cities Private Ownership is  the Best  New York,   June fU.���������K Philadelphia      despatch  to  the Sun  quotes  James Dalerimple,   of   Glasgow,     as  \) saying that  he has'seen ennough: of  'this      country  lo be conninced  that  municipal ownership will never Ido in  a republic,  and   that thc idea   is one  of the great dangers  with  which thc  people of this country must contend.  To put street  railways, gas  works,  telephone cempahiics etc. under niuni-  K cipal .ownership, he said, would be to  <?create  a  political   machine in   every  large" city that would -,ho simply impregnable.    These political machines  are already .strong enough with their  lj control  of      policeman, .firemen  and  Jl' oilier  office  holders.    If,  m addition  lo  this,  Ihey  control   the thousands  THE   GRAND LODGE Of  B.C   IN SESSION TODAY  To Bury the  Dead, Relieve   the Distressed Care  For  the  Widowed and  Educate  t\ie    Ofphan*vWhat    Better Mission   in   Life   Can  Be Brought Forward  1Y  jfii  Norway Will Furnish  the  Country if Sweden Will  Furnish the King  It  is  Likely   Oscar   Wil|  Consent that His Grandson Have a Throne  Ladysmith is Today  Honored by the Session of the Grand Lodge of the Province  Nearly Two Hundred Oddfellows (From Different Parts of  the  Province are Here  H*^^<*^^>^^���������;^-^4������4^���������|^^^-4>������;���������*M������������������4^-4���������*^��������� 'H"!*<H*-fr4>><Ht'--M*-H,4>4"*H^4*^ '   Tl*c following extracts are. from tho  t    ,.���������       .,- , .,    ~"     . . .    rvn- ii ��������� ���������      ,   . *f*   0'"������ind   Secretary's   report,    which  is  -*-   The olhcers of thc Grand Lodge of    Oddfellows   in session today      4* ��������� ,   . -  .r,   now  belli"; considered:  port     thc death of  two well-known ; der its charter  in March  1897,   hut  and respected Past Grand Masters oi  .- was resuscitated and removed to Ex-  are:  T. F. Neelarids, Lodge No. 8, Grand Master  A.  L. Clements, Lodge No.  4 5;  Grand Chaplain.  R.  Livingston, Ledge No.  1,   Grand Marshal.  J.  Nco'n,  Lodge No.  20, Grand Conductor.  /  of men employed  in  the great, public  rv ulility.     corporations,   the  political   :T    Ci.  F. Weir, Lodge No. 43,  Grand  Guardian.  machines   would; have a power   thtit   , *   h.   K00ks,  Lodge No.  25,  Grand "Herald.  |,i could   not,  be  overthrown.  I came  to ! j  j-lhis -country a believer in public ow- '4^������K,4^^4^%^^.^-^^*������4^'^<H^H^^^^ 'K"l'��������� ���������!������������������ ���������������������������!��������� ��������� *��������� ***+*+++*+  our  Jurisdiction  since  we  last, met,  !  ton&icn    in    lOOtr and subsequently  '    f I    The iiumi:i?r of members in-jBritisli '-Brothers J.  H. Meldram, No. 2, and     move<*   to  Ladysmith  -   J.   Columbia, on the 31st Decembpr, 190 t, . w-  E- "Johnstone, No.  8.   Both'* were     ho"cd that  the industries of       this  was 3,581,      if ing .an increase of fiV.    ���������������������������ghly esteemed in this Grand Lodge,     neighborhood will prove of a lasting  The   fiii.uicial   lesiTlts  indicate'     the     an<* also as private citizens.       They    *���������d permanent character, so that tha  .    lodgis   io   le   in a healthy   condition;    werc  indefatigable  workers   in'      the , future  stability  of  the-Ledges  here  *������ jihe   receipts  show  an  increase under ! Cause of Odd Fellowship and will be !  niav i)C assured.  The  Grand Lodge'of Oddfellows  is  ncrship. What  I have seen here and I  have studied   the situation carefully, .  m makes n.e realize that privatefcwner- }n s<-*sio11 in ,hc Oddfellows   Hall toft" ship   under   proper  conditions   is  far   :day an<f ������aMarge,nuinr,er ot delegates  better *ior  the  cit-i/.ens  of  American   ' arc present.  )  cities.  serious charge has been laid  ft against Constable Hannay, and he  Bv has been summoned   to appear  liefore  Todays session will be devoted to  hearing   reports,   election   ot  officers  for the  ensuing year, etc.  So far,  all   members and delegates  to  lbe Gland   Lodge have been very  Jus (ices   Matheson   and   Allan      this  evening  at   7.30   at   thc  court   house cl<-������c in attendance upon tire sessions  {(# N������ particulars of the charge are as hut this evening more in the way of  yet given cut".    Mr.   Hannay "has, so recreation  will be indulged in.  far. as  The   Ledger  knows," done   all British   Columbia  has   some  forty-  ls   that could |>e expected under thecir- two lodf������-,s of 1. O. O. F., wiith scimc*  | .cimistanecs  in  maintaining law   and lllillS ovct' -''.r������00 members. Many sick  order  since  his   appointment  as       a hrothcis   are   relieved   and   comforted  city     constable     some months  ago. during life, and after death many are  Mow serious the charges are cam-not buried   by  their  lodge.  The work  of  he told until, evidence is given.  It is this grand .and benovolent order can-  well      in .all   such cases   to suspend > ������pt  be exaggerated���������it  is  one of the  judgment and condemn  no one  until ginjatest of  any  kind  in  the  world,  there  is a thorough  lmowlcdgc of the and is sincere in its efforts to make  case before the public. mankind-better for its existence.  Of Rebekah ledges there are in the  'rovincc,   eight,   with   ai  of nearly 300 sisters,  and  same number of brothers.   The order  j. 'all heads, "the aggregate bping $2,812. 'greatly    missed   in   their  respective  jf 192   more      than   the  preceding  year. Lodges.     It     is recommended that a- (  .!.������.!.4������.I.������*   'f'Ore is a decrease in the" amount of    Memorial Page with  the names      of '    T'*e Ladysmith City Hand will ren-  relicf paid  of  $2,301.55 as compared   these  two  brothers  and'other  Past     (ler the following programme in lion-  with  190.1, and the number of broth- Grands    who    have died during the    01' of the Grand  Ltd^e of 'the Odd-  Province,   eight,'with   a membership   *-rs   relieved   were  less,  although   the Past year, be inserted in the Printed   fellows  this evening:  about   ihe   mimbei: ������r weeks for which sick bene- Proceeding's of the Session. March   Highinan     \V.   Huff.  fits  werc paid and  the average dura-      Th������ Grand   Lodge  meets  this year   Overture   Victory   Blegei'.  tion of sickness were in ex;cess of the f������r the first time in. tlie young and     Waltz I"....". Southern Cross ... Carlton  is   in a thoroughly   healthy  condition 'preceding year.   "Ihe amount paid for enterprising little city of Ladysmath. "March      F. L. T   Rahinson.  and  is  steadily  growing  in   numbers   current expenses is also higher      by The history of the Lodges here has   j    (Dedicated  to  the Grand  Lodge  and influence.     " j .fl ,0:J5.92   than  in   1903.   It  is   very heen  of    such  a character as   would   j of Oddfellows)  Of membership within the  jurisdic-'gratifying to note  that the gross val- have .proved discouraging to  brothers    Selection   ���������     Scottish  Gems      Round  tion of  the Sovereign  Grand  Lodge    tie of the assets  of  the Subordinate of a less courageous   type.   All  three   Grand March    Defence,  not  there 'are,   including . the   Reil.^kahs,     Lodges has incieascd $10,fill.04 dur- Lodges-have,  from the force of   cir-  nearly  1,500,000.    The vast   amount    ing   t% year,  and  now attains     thc cumstances,   been  forced   to   migrate  of good  this great-number of mem-    sum   of $2fi3,239.8l,   an  average     of fiom the place where they  were ori-  bers of the order does annually can    $73.15  per  member,  the latter being ginally  instituted.  scarcely'be  estimated.    Sufficient   is   an increase of $1.82 since    December      Harmony  Lodge No.   f!  was  insti-  is it to sec iu every city in America   31st,   UiO.'i. luted  al.   Wellington  on  March  16th,  every month in the vCar the sick car- .    The reports of the Rchekah Lodges 1883, and  Banner Lodge No.  31  was   ^"^ 0(,dfo],ows, banf.Acting rooms  ed for, thc widow comforted, and the   are highly creditable and shows that instituted  at   the sam;  place on  Au-  orphan educated.    AH  honor   to  the-   branch'of  (he order to be in a pros- gust 1. 1894." Both these lodges    re-  Indepcndent      Order     of  Oddfellows,   perous condition,  there "being an    in- moveit to Ladysmith in 1901 on    ac-  May   they  continue   to   prosper   and    crease in. membership of 130 during- count of the closing of the coa'l mines  may Ladysmith, before many annual   the year, with satisfactory additions at   Wellinglcn.    Perseverance   Lodge  Defiance.  Go-1  Save  Ihe King.  Our three Link visitors will be in  good haiKls this evening, as the   Re-  bekahs  will  entertain and dine them  It is reported   that Mr.  R.     Har-  rup's appeal case--which was to have  sessions    roll'by, be again the meet- in  the items and receipts and invest-   No.   29  was  instituted  at  Northficid   been heal d   by Judge  Harrison     at  ing place of the Grand Lodge M the    ed  funds. Ion June 18th, 1894, and for similar   i Duncans   today,   has  been  postponed  Province. - ��������� j   J regret-     very. jniich to-have to re- \���������reasons found it, necessary to surrcn-  for one week. .  -���������.-..,..���������.,.,.,,....���������..,.. ���������:- ������������������������������������������������������'������������������      ",,,.       ..,'"- -       .-, ^ -  Christiania, June 11.���������King Oscar's  long letter  to  the  president of  the  Norwegian Storthing, JVI. 'Beriier, defining his position as cabled to 'the  Associated   Press  yesterday  evening,' ,  was  read     in   the  Storthing .which  was     crowded at its opening     this ���������  morning after the Whitsuntide recess. f>  The document .was referred umanimo-  nslyj to  a special committee without  comment and the Storthing adjourned  lo     await   the  committee's   report.  There   was  no demonstration   whatever.    The   Associated   Press   under-  It  is  to  be   |stands  that a short   reply   will      be  sent,   re-affirming the  constitutional  rights  of the Sloithing.  The government of Norway and the niembers of  the Storthing  welcomed  the message  seeing  in   the  last paragraph  an  indication that the King and  Riksdag-  will     probably  ci ufinn  the.  dissolution  of   the Union  arter  a reaffirma-  lion  oT  the' contention   that  the  Union  could   not   be, dissolved   without  thc consent of Sweden and  King Oscar.       A  member of Ihe Storthing,  commenting on  the bitter  feeling in  Sweden, said to the correspondent of  the  Associated   Press:   "Aristocratic  Sweden   is  always, inclined   to  look  down   on   Democratic  Norway.      The  Swedes lesent what they consider to  he our audacity in initiating a disso-"  lution  aj:Kl  dethroning  the King.  The  latter has always been  influenced by  the     atmosphers  of the iiotoilily  of  f-;wedeu and seldom visited  Norway.  The Swedish upper chamber,  too,  is  inclined to consider the, righls of tbe  throne      paramount l() those  of the  constitution   which,  however,   is   not  the case in Norway.''  seems to   be behind this  movement.  Field Marshal Oyama is ready for a  general      offensivq movement-   Two  leaders  of  Chinese, bandits,   captured  at Omcso, in the rear of the    Russian left, have arrivt:d_here.  WILL QUIT BUT NOT PAY  " "w  FOR THE PRIVILEGE  INDEMNITY OUT OF QUES- Witte,  president of the committee of  TION,  SAYS  RUSSIAN PAPER.   Ministers.    Thc Russian statesman is  \,y*  St. Petersburg, June 14.���������With the  publication of- the government's com- '  not mentioned,   but   thc'veil of  his  identity can  be pierced  by  the ver-  ...      ' .,       (���������i������������������r.'   c  ti,���������.   ;*est tyro.    He evidently spoke with  municafion   upon  the statues  of  the   i   - ��������� .  ,. ,  peace negotiations, the Russ, which |the profound ccn,,cl,on that he  most nearly reflects the views of ,falucs of slate arc SCing fro��������� ba(l  the foriiigu oflicc, points out clearly!10 worse- and .under personal irrita-  that      -in    consenting;    to President  DISPOSING OF SHIPS  CAPTURED IN BATTLE.  Nagasaki,     June 14'.���������The  Russian  hospital ship  Kostroma,  which    was  captured   during  the  battle  of       the  Sea of    Japan,  was  released  today  and     she sailed    for Shanghai.   The  Roosevelt's appeal for a conference) of  plenipotentiaries of the two powers,  Russia has now engaged herself to  conclude peace, except in the condition that the Japanese terms, when  ascertained, prove to be on am  hie basis. The Novoe Vmvinya dec-lares lhat inasmuch as Japan ruptured diploma-He negpliial-ions .before  the war, it is proper lhat. she sl������\tild  now define (lie objects for which she  drew the sv.'orl. '"or adds.  "The  success   Japan   has  attained  insures  her  si rage lie   advantages surpassing atiylhing she ever could have  anticipated   before   the   war.   She  i  now    mistress   of   the   eastern   seas,  tion,    produced     by  the      intrigues, 'hospital  ship   Orel,   which   was  cat  which compel    him to sit idol -during  the present crisis. Bvcry word was  black, with pessimism.- Tlie statesman makes it clear that Foreign  Minister Lanisdorff, for one, opposed  icaf ,lis having- anything to do with the  peace negolTat iens.  WILL  NOT HAVE PARIS  AS   PLACE   OF  MEETING.  Tokio, June 1-1.���������(1 p.m.)���������Thc report of the Japanese minister at  Washington, M. Takahira, telling of  his interviews with President- Roosevelt and announcing the proposal  that the peace plenipotentiaries of  Russia and Jap.-.n nice!   in Paris, an.  tured at, the same lime, will be la-  ken before thc naval prize court at  Saseho for trial.  JAPANESE   SUSPICIOUS  OF  RUSSIA'S   INTENTIONS.  Tokio, June It.���������The Japanese government still   maintains silence.     regarding peace negotiations.  It is. apparently ft,waiting advices from Washington    and   St.     Petersburg.    The  newspapers continue to he fatally opposed to an armistic,  which     would  deprive the army and  navy ci the advantage   within   their  grasp.      It  is  generally thought) that Field Marshal  Oyanni's  plans  are  rapidly maturing  come.    Hut   ii'_ her   appe.UU-.  Ins    in.-,  creased   inordinately,   she  should   re-  and will remain so for many years to   tic appointment  t������   M.   Hei id off   (the alul   [hxl the next great hat lie   will  Russian  ambassador   to   i-'rance)      as sweep General  Linevilch back       and  Russia's   chief   plenipotentiary,     was en-rry the Japanese army  into  Rus-  lnetnbcr that    ussia's  means arc not  received  today.    JapanVwill refuse to siaT1  territory.   The  good  faith    and  exhausted.    Other  and   even  greater   , have the meeting fake place in Paris ultimate    intentions  of  Russia      to-  - defeats  cannot   prevent  Russia  from    because;   if  is   fhocapifal  of  Russia's ward  Peace are openly and generally  dragging  ou   the  struggle.    Another    ally,     and     also on  account, of  the questioned.      Tbe   Japanese   govern-  winter campaign can be fought  in a   'great  distance   from   Japan  and  the mc"t is possibly satisfied with     thc  climate more rigorous than experien- [delay   involved.    It  is expected    that g������ori  ta������th and  intentions of Russia,  ceil during the  last campaign-.  Japan ! Japan  will propose that the plenipo- hut    its    silence      leaves the public  lentiai'ies   meet at some, point closer doubtful.   The Japanese public: would  to the theatre of war.   Thc I.Japanese welcome peace, bait; it demands terms  plenipotentiaries  have   not  yet been consistent with  victory and  assuring  appointed. " a permanent peace.  '��������� must recogvii'ze now that she has reached her zenith,  and   lhat  it is more  !   necessary for her than for us  to end  thcsfrugtrJo.    It is  possible  that   she  ''  will ofici-     comparatively mordorate  \; terms,   bearing   in  mind   th.it      Russian   interests   Cannot-   be  completely  sacrificed.    An  indemnity  is out     of  the i-uesl.ion."  The Slovo this morning publishi'd  a remarkably sensational interview,  filled    with forebodings,  with'     M.  RIVAL US; STEEL,  CORPORATION  M. Scliwab is Head of Company now Being  Formed  New-York,   N, Y.,  June 14.��������� According to  a Pittsburg despatch    to  the Tribune Chaibs M'. Schwab ������������������ to  head a gigantic new rival 'o Un  ited  States Steel Corporation, which  is   now  in  course of  formation.    .?he  liethelain Steel Company will  he     o  big steel plant in  the new combiiuv-  tion,   and  options  have  already  been  secured on  ten  other steel plants of  lesser   importance.    Thc  new  concern  already ' possess  coal  lands  developed  and under operation-, in Fayette, West>  moreland.aucl Sunset Counties'in this  state     and   many   miles of  railroad  tract, leading (o them. About 200,000  acres are said  to  be  involved,     the  sleel   plants arc said to number  ten.  and   in-ore  than   70   miles  of  railroad  tapping; various mines and coke ovens  are. to be included.    The combination  was      effected   under   a New   Jersey  charter.  CORRESPONDENCE  Editor Ledger,  Sir,���������  There seems  to be a great deal   of  trouble among some of our citizens'  as. to what   shall be done with   the  surplus     cash in  the hands  of last  year's sports committee. It is a very  nice  thing   to have a surplus,   but it  is  also just   to  pay all  outstanding  accounts before declaring such a surplus.    In  lilfll,  which was the     first  year of sports in this city, a dancing  pavillion   was   wanted,   but   thc committee did vol have the cash to liquid)  one.    One of  our  citizens  was  good  enough   to   supply   all   the. material  and waif far his pay until such time  as the committee could find  the money.   Some  five  or six  carpenters    of  this      city   promised   to   donate  one  day's  labor each,   the committee agreeing  to  pay   Ihem  for  the  balance  of the labor.   Thc committee of that  year paid  part of  the  material  bill,  and   tlie committee of  (he next, year  paid' a portion of the balance,  which  Was ;i just  act.   But  as for those who  BOYCOTT AMERICAN GOODS  Agitation of Chinese Appar  ently Based on Misconception ~~  Correspondence   of   the   Associated  Press.   Honolulu,   June   7.���������Considerable attention  has been  attracted by  a Chinese  poster which has appeared  in the Milo Asiatic quarters. It says  that   the  Chinese  government   at   Pe-  kin will issue an  order against    the  purchase of  American  goods  with   a  penalty   for   violation   of   the   order,  and. will proceed  to  hav-*-  Americans  who enter China fumigated at      the  point  of entry  and charged $5      per  head.  The steamship  Alameda brought   a  hex >?f snakes,   some of  them  rattle-  s,an  *)olt  snakes,  on'her last trip  for exlvibi-  tion in a local  zoo.   Efforts were at  once.     made   tb  prevent  them  being  landed, as ithere are no snakes on the  island   and   it  has  been   a policy      of  RUSSIANS; SIJNK^  ENGLISH VESSEL  Singapore,   June   11.���������According  to  statements made by the crew ot  'he  British      ship  St.   Kilda,  who    "ere  landed here     by   the Flores,   a prize  crew was sent on board the St. kilda June 4th and the steamer followed by the Dnieper until next morning  Lanh was then well out of -ight and  prize crew of the St. Kilda .    ed     a  torpedo  to her stern and    "en     deserted her.    Thc tori>;-;io 'ailed      to  ed  with  telegrams  from  the   owners  of tIk* shin ai d cargo asking that .u--  th.n   ,'n   iiic   matter   he   taken..      The  forei'-n oliice is awaiting details, but  in  ihe  nn an time   has  drawn   the  ;w-  tentiiMi of the Russian' government" t,>  the reports. Lin? Russians are -'xpect-  'ed   to claim   that  the St.  Kild.-i v as  .carrying   contraband ��������� and   that   tVy  were  unable   to   tal.e  her   tn   a   vjs-  FIELD   MARSHAL   OYAMA  IS  READY TO STRIKE.  Ciunslui   Buss,   .fiii-i'   ' '  anese have forced  the advanced posi-  SMITII,  LIBERAr..  DEFEATS WALLACE.  Woodstock,   Out.,   June   l-L���������Com-  tions of the Russian left beyond the idete returns give Smith 5,855, Wal-  Ka cite river, occupying the heights lace 5,506. Majority for Smith, Lib-  north     of the river.   A heavy force   eral, 349, ,  CHIEF  T1PPOO  T1BA,   THE  SLAVE   DEALER,   IS   DEAD.  New York, June 11.���������A despatch  from Zanzibar announces the death  of Tip.poo.Tiha. the noted Arab chief  and slave dealer. When travelling  through tlie Dark (Vhtin?nt Henry  i\l. Stanley met Tiba and dcicihel  him as a most remarkable character.  He later estaii-jesheiJ the chief as governor of the Stanley Falls station' on  the upper Congo.  pert', rmed the labor in the erection jloIlg s(a���������ding to keep them out, Es-  of the building, wiih one. exception, capes fmm lhe Zoo are feare(|, Tho  they have ���������ot been paid, although, to ' reptiles were all ki!!.������-i before luey  my knowledge one ol' those men was '^ lhnui!,h thc customs bv order of  sick in Vancouver for a h.ng time Collector Stack-ahle.  and needed the money. Now, Sir, I j Pckin iTl|ne ;li._Thn agitation and  claim it is just, as honorable to pay pronasPd c,oVcolt of American goods  the .waking man for any labor per- by Chinese merchants is apparently  formed in connection with sports or.based upon a misconception by the  anything else, as it is to pay any Chinese of American intentions in re-  other accounts.  WM.  NICHOLAS.  gn,rd to the     Exclusion   "Act.     Both  Ohinrse and Americans are agreed up-\  on  the point   that  the exclusion      of  sink the steamer, so flu-    hih-per op- jcooik,s is thfi chief:matter under con-  ened      life   on   her.    A   lose     f  .. <\ its   Isiderafion      and   that   the  Act  deals  were fired  by  the cruiser before  St.  K'ilda sank-.  A decpatcii  dated at London at'������������������<!.  '10   this  afternoon  says:   A  considerable  stir  hi s   I een   created   in   ship-   j  ping circles as r- result of the sinking  of  the     British  steamer  St.   Kilda. |  The foreign office has been bombard- j  with the exclusion of this class. The  discussion of the subject will be necessarily prolonged and to arrange a  new convention will take time. Mr.  Roekhill, the American minister, has  assured the Chinese that America's  intentions are fair an J conciliatory,  and the Chinese board of foreign   af  fairs is apparently satisfied upon the  subject. The put lie are somewhat  alarmed,   hence  the  boycott. This*  movement   is- unlikely to  attain  any-  serious  proporlkns,   although   it.   is  significant,  indicating thc  importance  which is attached  by the Chinese'to  the questions involved in the  American   Exclusion   Act.    The . exclusion of  coolies from  the Hawaiian and Philippine  Islands  is   considered   a hardship by ��������� the Chinese, who also   complain   of   the  treatment   they   experienced at   the hands of the  American  customs officials.    Nevertheless  there'  is  a genuine desire uron   the  part  oE  t.he  Chinese government  for  a speedy  and aniica'ble adjustment jof the question at  issue.  Tn German and other circles here  the prospects rf peace between Japan and Russia are considered remote.  It. is supposed that Japan inte������-ds to  inflict a final and crusliidg blow upon  the Russian army of Manchuria before entertaining any proposition for  peace.  ������������������iff  ",������������,* 1  "^.yj  ��������� Mr  '-?-������.'I  ���������et'.T  "'I 5aE  DAILY LEDGER  THE DAILY LEOGtR  JVSV  r  s^v,\   .*i^  ^V*C^^*K\^^^^S������%^S%V������V^SS%\**V<V5X!J  fublisned   every  day except Sunday  ������Y        THE        DAILY        LEDGEK  COMP-VNY.  Offires,   Ladysmith and  Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION  VRICE  90 cents   a  month,    $5  per  year    in  advance.     Advertising rates on a|*  plication.  INFLUENCE OF THE PRESS  The ,-ppoinunenl  of Whitelaw Rcul.  ionneily  ol   Ihe  New  York  Tiihune,  io     the    important   post   of   Lnite 1  Slates am.l.r.ssadoi   lo Gieat litilain.  has  a,i\i-n   lis'e to a good  deal of di*.-  ������ iissL 'ii   legaiding   the  influence      of  flu*   --less.    Mr.   Whitelaw   Reid   himself,   in an   interview given   hefoie his  ili'iiarluii' foi  t������iig.liui<l, said on     ihe  subject  .".loiuiialiMii has come to Le  the mo-.1   po\veilul~of  all   profession-,  in     ( i\ili/nlion.       lam   not   so .s uie  Ihal   in its instant  influence for go* >l  oi   evil   il is not   moic   powerful than  all  o'.ln-i   iiiQfcssifiiis combined."  Il is sometimes said that newspaper cditoiial opinions cceici.se vei \  ill Ik-  influence  with  new*>p,ipei   lead-  Seattle's ufi\:  Papers  THE  DAILY  SUNDAY  TWICE A WEEK  .    THE  POSi-  IjrTSLLISENCER  Sample Ccp!es Free  Write for Cms  Vi-b'i-jhc-a lb a fullest leiesjrapMc  */iT /��������� nev/s fiom all parts of tha world.  t J t All the ������tata and local now*!.    Daily  ana Sundi-y edition, 75o per month.  Susiday Post-2fi!e:i2-i.a3r.er, -40 to 53 Fefces  The Ir-.r-jest aud most complete Sun  t. y papar north of San Franciaoe*.  tipeoial   depa: tmexits   of   lltsratnJtt,  of fucbioji, of women's news.    Btuv  day edition, $3.00 per year..  Twice a Week Po8t-2n?eli!������eaccr  .til the nev/s of tha week In oonettt,  detailed form. THB TWIOB A  V-TE22C EDITION- IS THE BEAT  TWICE A WEEK PAPEB, PUBLISH SJJ C?T THE PACIFIC COAST.  V7i ite for sample copy and b* eon*  c ������  $ L  *l  vinced.  per year.  Subscription  prloa,   $1.00  Al! S-Ssst masters Will Take SottcriptlMS  p&S?-srttiU.EGlN���������Elt CO., Seattle Wash.  S. P   WESTON, Business Manager.  A   IIEROIU'S   ABLl'TIO.X  It must he tnur-i- as a si^n of tl.o  times that the moderate amount of  stigma     attached  to    the heroine of  ["Everybody's Seciet''' is too much  for public taste oi conscience, and  that the young woman'*- character is  'now cleared at the llavinaiket from  all stain. This moral ablution is  said to lie due to suggestions of the  critics.  isfixaaassssttass-v&vxs't vr* v*v* ���������*. vv������x^sxxssvre\tt������irey  ~J  g<-r trusted its newspapers, lie cited  m evidence the election *-f (ieoige li  .Mct'lellan as major in the face 'ol  an almost unanimous newspaper opposition and -Mr. Ho<>si>\ell's sweeping wctory iu New "\ oi K in spite oi  I l.e oppositi. n ol most oi' us guul  ncw.sptipeis.  "What   .Judge  llerrict   tailed       lo  realize was  mat   lln.se seeming     tle-  hcis   weie  iu  icality  the  triumphs ol  an  Iio.asI,   i'lidependent   pi ess.      The  the  l can  newspapcis j'liuled and du  els. >'llns mu\  be true, and probat-lv I , ,   .  , , "  iNcw   York  in*\v-,papei.s  |inlcd  is,  Lecanse il   is n iticcable that \eiv I ,     . . .,,,���������,    , ,        "    until about the Low admin,suation.  few    n-'wspapeis    nowadays    devote  i r , ,,,.,,  . ,        '        ,m      Fiom the facts Uie iK*>\s->apei.s pir.il-  liiuch  space   to editorial   matter. Ihe ,  e.l  a majority  of  the   people  .lefidei.  influence  of   the  newspaper may  not    ^  ^oi   o{ ���������rvk.ch]Un.    -Jhe  n(.w**pa-  hc guagovl hy its ediloiial utterances   ^ s  I)lillU.(|   tilv,   lullj,  (l|.0ul   I'rcsi  II   iua>'well   he   lhat   the  public  fu-  (Unt     k0.j.sc\c11.    The' people  qiiuntly   behew-s   the editorial   uttei-  iiiu-cs of ceil.nn  iiewspapeis  to- be m-  Ihicnce.l   bv   hi Mel   i>ai t isanship or  b\  oll.ei   .ind   woise  influences,  but the-e  same new.-papers e\i-iciso an influente  flnoiigh  tlieir.uows columns that     is  snnplv   inc-aiciilithh'.    It   is   as  edut...-  lois  Lathoi   than  as  inouKk-is  ol jiiib-  Jic oiiinion that the uvwsp.ilU'is oi l<>  day exeicisc  linn   chief inllueiice.  Uay aliei  daj  newspapeis pnni  th  fads  of   the  woi Id's  pio^iess-       Tie  opiiij.-jis     these  papeis  may  seek  to  .-stahlish   iijion   those   facts   may    al  tract   lit lie   oi   no   seiioiis  attention,  lift   the  facts   themselves  do,  and   i.  is iie  puijJicnli.ia  <">f Ihe things doi .-  tint  ���������*iluca1i-s  llu-   newspaper  readif;  puUic  and  uliimr.lelv  influences  public opi.nii.ii,     though not, peihajis,  in  Ihe diit'C-lion ll-e  ncwspapeis may d.--  :>ne  'iins snores lien of the way m  winch the press wc-.lds an influence i*.  well illuslialrtl by recent tyiinmcni .  o.-i the s uh ice I in (he New Voi!.  World-  "'i hose who profess to believe Hi.U  ihe influence of American newspapers  is waiiinii" aie the veiy pel sons wh.i  deii-.e ir.iclicaly all their iiiFonna  Uon^aloiii public affairs throu.D;h tin-  piih-lu- prei-s. Tney fail to un'-lei stand  thai, while thov do not uuaiialrU  agice with tho cslitoiial policy %f tlu-  newspapeis I hoy'read, their opinio;--,  an* iiiMiildLtl bv what the newspaper  has  told them of I lie news  what   the  ci.lul  thai   they  piefemd   i\U.  Koose-'  veil   to Ju'-lgc .I'ariver.   The fact  that i  this   populai   ji..lgnieul   dul   not   com- j  ci.'e     with   the   immediate   ediloiial   |  jid^ineiit oi man)   ol the gieat   news-  papcis is no  li'lltclioM  upon 'ihe pow-  ei   ol   ihe (lnl>   pi ess.    On   the    (mill. iy,   .\l.i\or   Alcl'lellan   !ms   ei.de.i-  ;\oii.l, so tai  as Tamilian'.  */ouU P-ei-  mil,      to     shape   his   adim.iisl l ation  along   the   lines  of   the   polities  aiho-  i..led  by   the  ncv.spai.cis   li at      su]-.-  poi led   Mi    l.iiw.    All.   [loose-.ell has  bl#-oiiie the ;.\owl.I rhaui|non ol ui.ni\  .ol ;ilie  polices   a'.lvi.t-aii'J   by        the  'in wspaiieis   thai   opposed him."  Mi���������:lL-c   Ifcn'c'  ? i ccenl       wd.-  in the iiiriei.t nuini.t-i of Good  Housekeeping there is an ingenuous  hvn.posium of college gnis' \iews on  "The Ideal Husband" The college  !.n Is tteat the subject with great  j.seriousness, seemingly icm>1\ci1 that  j ii a11 imony is imp*, liable, and that it  must be made the bc-.t  of  Af-ss II. oi Smith college sa>s  "Thc quicktsl way to change an ideal  is (o marry it.'' Miss Smith's ideal  is a "h'S, clever cieatuie, pcifeelly  at home m the world j' She ohjeeis  {<) '���������- small man or a v.idouei with  six children.  \iiss Sarah C , of the university of  Minnesota, fa\ors the abolition of  Hie proverbial maiden> hli������-h am1  sliow of li'odisty, which too ofien  ili  ides honois     between a \eilol c<*.-  witii a good, warm hand-clasp."  Good looks aie rather in disfavor  .Miss K. I)., of the university of Clu-  e.igo, would lather ha\c a homely  husband with good moral qualities,  n wide knowledge, many-sided character, a hit bank account, than a handsome husband who lacked one of those  chicaeUnstus.  I'.ut his moial character must not  l.e c.-pics-.hcly good As TMiss Ruth  II , of Ohio statiet university says'  "I do not want a pug. I detest that  kind of a man. T want a "man who  I nows Ihe wot Id and lias seen hut  not lived the phases of life."  A suflicient income is very necessary. Miss Helen J. S., of Wdlcs-  ]p--, Ihi.-.ks thai "moderate wealth  Sioins 'almost a necessity foi a young  men to possess or he capahle of  ;-, 11,ing if he wishes a college gul  nn a wi'fe." Ideas ot moderate  wealth dilier. Fi\c Ihousand dollars  m-pii.s l.itlu-r ,i happy aveiage.  j II is nioi"* nicely that there would  ���������he <hiad ui the heait 0f the main.ho  hail the courage to piopose to -uch  in. determined \oung women. Since  the \assai class day statistics pio\e  the-, do it, and sucL-esbtully, too, as  i, fi-.br- the colh-ge gill l,ee|S the id-  'i.l husband loi only magazine pui-  |ir.se*j  diess"b"efrre  thc Pubrshers'   Asso-i������-   quet.y and an   absurd   self eonscious-  tion,  insist, d   lint  the  public no Ion-   .us,"      She prefers io  "g.cet a man  t'ohwiggei���������If you take advantage  ni \out opportunities,, you will l.e m  iiiiuloi table   eiieumslaiitcs.  {.'leddic���������What must you do in or-  dei  lo be rich, Dad''"  t'obwinger���������'i'ake advantage of oilier peoule's opportunities.  Colds  It should be home In mind that  every cold weakens the lungs, low-  era the vitality and prepares the  system for the more 6erious diseases, among which are the two  greatest destroyers of human life,  pneumonia and consumption. -  TH6 CITYMARKeT  R. Williamson Prop'  i st.Avenue Ladysmilh B. C  -s^s^:^*^-.^^  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  i  'ublic Notiee  has won its great popularity by its  promot cures of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves tlie lung9 and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent -cure. It counteracts  any tendency toward pneumoma.(  Price 25c. Larfe Size 5������c. j  @ Attention is called to the      fact, that, the  I Offllvie Flour niils;Co.v  Limited,  1    makers  of  ROYAL   HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR.     have for some time  I    past been producing Hour in a   vastly   improved  and   purified   form  1     bv  the aid of RLfiCTRIClTY  ri  H     and   having secured  control   of    all  the. basic patents relating there-  pi  (I       to,  take  this opportunity  of advising   the   public   flat   any   unauth-  d ������������������"  I     ori/ed  users  of  the electrical      Hour   purifying  pi oeesses   will   be pro-  sceuted. ^  Ogilvio Flour Mills Compaay L.-mitetl  are the  only ruiilers in Caiiadii wliose   Tlonv fr  Via the peoples' [favorite  DAY SCHOOL  Unual subjects taught; also languages, drawiig in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons gir-  eu in classes er individually.  MISS BERTRAM.  I.ady6mith. B. C.  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. 686, F.  O. E.     :���������:       :������������������        ������������������'���������       ������������������J  Meets in the Opera House 1st tand  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President, B   Forcimmer;     Worthy  Secretary, C. II. Rummings.  2  Overlands  Daily  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  ������������������ Plans,  Specifications  and  De* *���������  ������������������ tail!     furnishrtl for all kinds ������������������  ������������������ of work ia the CARPENTER ������������������  ������������������- Line '���������  ���������* C.   B.   ROBELEE,  Carpenter ������������������  ������������������ and Joiner,     2nd ave, Lady- ������������������  ������������������ smith.  B. C. "  Under New Managmen  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinncll &Woodbank  Proprietors.  Modern  and     Ptiictly  Virst  Class.  Commercial Wens'  head Quarters.  Fire Pi oof     Building.  Passengers can leave Victoria daily  at 8 p. in. or 11 p. m..  TICKETS SOLD TO ALL POINTS  Shortest     route to    Ferine,'B. C,  and  ALL KOOTENAY POINTS.    .  For rates.     folders,     s.'eeping car  reservations And all information call  on or address  S. CI.  YERKES,     E   R. STEPHEN  G.W.P.A.,       -���������"   78 Govcinment st  Seattle, Wash. Victoria. B.C.  MSKMl-ZIStfiMMNMa&fllA-M  NOTICE.  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,  will be prosecuted.  HUMMING BROS.  IMoneei  .Soda Water Works.  '  Ladysniith. B.C-  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������-R,tte8 |1.25 hi d $1.50���������  F <-<��������� bus to all itr&mlxmt  laudirge ei><  ru'vv y durote.    Electric care evesy tiv  i.iisir.dd  so uil parts ol   the ciiy.    h--  L;d tabic unexcelifd. vj^  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, C  HOTEL     LELAND.  (T. J. Wcllman, Prop., Vancouver.)  * One block from C'.P.R. Depot- and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modal led. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Qranvllle and Hastings  streets "Telephone, 1-4.  FflcB Young  BARRISTOR and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO, LADYSMITH  TRANSFER OF  LICENSE  Notice -is hereby given that at the  next sitting .of Uie licensing Court  to be held at Ladysmith, I intend to  make application for a tiansfei of  the retail liquor license now held l.y  me for the premises known as"the Pilot Hotel, situate on Lot 0, hloclc  12li Ladysmith,- B. C, from myself to J. B. Thomas.     ^  'iFORGE HANNAY  Ladysmith,  B. C, 13th May,  1905   *  squimalt  & Nanaimo Mktq  Time Table No. 54,  7  TAKING   EFFECT TH   URSDAY,  APRIL" 13,   HOj.  Nocthbouad Seuthhound Northbound \ .      Sat. Sun  Southb'a  Lea\e Daily Arrive   Leave      and  Wed. Arrive  A.M.      P. M. J p. M.     P. M.  Victoria   ' ,..    0:0fl 12.OC Victoria     4.80    7.55  Shawni^an Lake     10-20,10.46 Shawniyan Lai e ....  5.17  G.46  Duacans-   :   11:00   10 02 Duncan     5.55 5.55  Ladysmith' ....       11:57    9.10 Ladysniith   ....  ._.....   0.15  5.00  Nanaimo   .   ...      ;..  12:40    8.20 Nanaimo,    7.37  4.15  Ar.' Wellington   12:53Lv 3.00 Ar. Wellington*   7.52  de  4.00  S. S. "JOAN" sails from Nanaim o for Vancouver Daily except Sunday; at 7 00 a. m., returning sails from Vancouver for Nanaimo on arrival of     C. P. R. train No. I or all.30 p._m. ~'  Excursion rates in effect to all points,' good going Saturday and Sun-.  day,  returning not later  than Mond day.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Traffic Manager.  -i*-1^-.*.*--^}.?*^ *^^^*.*������^.S������^*.*5������^*.,i*;;^.'5������::3*J������^^.*W ������i���������-e^'^-*^������*3--^r������^���������*-W*V������lJ���������^i^eV���������^-*^5r������^���������*^^������^���������^r^������������������^r^  I     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     |  I PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OP COPPER, dOLD AND 5  I SILVER ORES. C  I Smelting \rVork:s at |  t        LADYSMITH, B. C.        I  I   - "       'I  <(i Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea f  I CLERMONT LIVINGSTON, TKOS, KIDDIE.       |  I General Manager. '       Smelter Manager. ������  ������������������������������������^r������**;*fe-������i-*kr#4*fe^sW������S^������S-fe#i-*t^#i"^r^  -     W. SILER.  v  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY Of- *  Leave orders at the Abhotsford.  LADYSMITH SKAVIN6  PAfilORS  HIGH STREET.  :���������:���������: Best in the City .���������:���������]  RATKS %2 00 PICR DAY  sA>tPM*; ROOM 3  BAR SUI'IT.IED WITH B1?ST  \VINI}8, UQUOKS, CIGARS  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  Best accomo.latiou in town.   Splendid hunting and tiahiug in near vicini ty.  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C.  3k���������*������**������)K*������5K������^������JK*������*������*������**������^������**������3K������*������^������5K*������a(������^*i5K*������)K*������^������3K*������  \      LIVERY, BOARDING AND  I bALtiiJ MABbtiS f  m  HILBERT     j  iiiFiTwfRiES  NEW CROP���������  Homo Grown 8c  Imported  1ARDEN,    FIJ5LD     and  FLOWER  SEEDS.  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  JIODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  >r less.     Catalogue free.  1010  Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  Are You  Going East  i"bea be aura your tickets read   via  be  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor.   Government      and   Yates   Sti ,  Victoria, B. C*  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK   A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  *  IPHONE 66  *******%*y&*x*yitm**+9X^  LADYSMITH Jf  WM. MONSIE,  President  J. W.  COBURN, Man.  Director  Telephone}!!!.  3  Trains  Transcontinenta'  Trains  Daily  :  purified by th<3 ������Uoc<ri-fj proees  Vz^jZ������^Wtfg������B^^%&&&8&&  This   l-'folel   h:.s    been  completely       renovalc'l.  Hoanl  /mil   lo.i.nin--;  ?1..0fi  per day.  HOTEL    PRETOR  Mai"   Si.jijili.'il   with   the   Best    Witu-s,  fyiiiiior-;  :u,il  ri.rars. 1st Avenue :-:  :-  Covering  Oici 5urf<aCt;  We have just r.-ceived a large ship-  ���������iienL of the fanioi.s Melrose Liquid  Paints, the. lust on the man et. at  ���������1.1.7;") per gallon. We also (handle Malic Leaf bland of varnishes, bu.^'.y  painls, etc., in fuel, we. have every-  Ihing to beaiilify the home,  Wa.!lt);ipeis from UK- to ?l.i"i(l ptr  Double Roll.  piiin'iiiL- and paperbanRiriK done at  reasonable  rules,  at  HARRY KA  FIRST  AVENUE  Geo. Roberts, 3tT    *+-  Dealers in    Pianos and  Organs...  La lysi-qlth, B. C.  Ihe  only   line   now   making    UNION  JEPOT    connections at  ST.  PAUL  uitl      MINNEAPOLIS     with       the  through     trains    from     the     Pacific  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LINE, THE  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES,   TIIK  FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,     OMAHA,    KANSAS  CITY,  and  ALL  POINTS EAST.  For complete  information  as'<  yout  local agent or  write,  F. W. PARKER  General   Agent,  720 2nd Ave,, Seattle.  One of which is the famous*"North  Coast 'Limited," Ride on it alw.ty',.  Up-to-date Pullman and Tourist  sleepers on all trains. .Through tickets issued lo ull paints East and  South, also Pullman tickets issued  and berths reserved.  Only direct route to Yellowstone  Park. Cheap rates from all points  Easti from March 1st to Maty- lStli.  Steamship tickets on sale to . all  European points. Very low rates  now in effect. Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire.  For further parliculars call at the  offi  or  phone No.  4r������G-  A.  \Y  CARLTON,  A.G.P.A.,  N.P.,  Portland,  Ore.  C. E.  LANf.  General   Agent,  Victoria,  B.C  THEJONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per  Day.  Goocr Table, Good Bed and Good I3ai  (Half Block from  Depot.)  HIGH  STREET, LADYSMITH  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  iOTICE is  hereby given  that al;  the  ext  sitting  of   the   Licensing   Court,  be   held at Ladysmith,  1 intend lo  pply  for a transfer* of  tin: retail  liquor  license      now  held hy    me    for  Ihe       premises        known      as     the  Ce.nlral     Hold,      siluate  on 'Lot   1,  Block  2!l,  Ladysmilh,  IUV, from my-  elf   to   David   II,  Davies  and       from  Ihe  sji'd   Central   lo   !.he   New    West-  rn   Holel,   siluate  on   Lot  5,   Block  8.   Ladysmilh,   B.  C.  FRANK  BARDESONO.  Ladysmith, jB. C.., May 2nd, 1905.  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-Shingles a Specialty.  ���������.Matiufaeiuiara    ol���������  Rouah and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  *?,e**x>ned   ind   Kiln  Dried  Flooring     and Finishing    Lumber  in    Stocr..  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  IB. E. WALKER, General Manager    t    ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manaf^f  BANK MONEY ORDERS  " ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :    '..'  <'        V        $5 and under.....,.........,.'....;.    3 cenU  Over  $5 and not exceeding $10..     6 cents |  ������'    $io        " " $30..   10 cents  "    $30       " " $50......   15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any oflice in C   nudabf a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking point:,-   11 the United Slates.  KEOOTIAI1LE AT A FIXED RATE A  TlfF. CANADIAN BANK OF COJV13IERC   . LONDON, KNG.  They form un excellent method of remittin   small sums of money  with safety and at sinalf    ost.  f.AO^riJ'.ITH BRANCH  W.  A.  CORNWALL.   Manager.  I  BOOTS  AND SHOES  AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and   making  to  order   *  qieciality.  THOHAS  MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B.  C.  Best accommodation for transient  and permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      MOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  aljly furnished and the bar Is up-to-  date. Rates $1.00 a day and upwards.  WM, BEVERIDGE, Prop.  Esplanade :***-: :*���������: :--: >���������������: Ladysmitb  LADYSMITH  BAK6RY  HOP  LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS-NEATLY  BAKED  AND FRESH.  Confectionary of all kinds.  Order* taken for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  FARM PRODUCE  Orders will be delivered anywheru  in the city promptly a.ud at Uie lowest possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, ������a tfae  Esplanade.  JAS.  WARNOSKj i  *) M  DAILY LEDGER  w��������� ^--^grfaaffiagsajaiiri m&uamm  ******  t  4*****9999  ���������$$���������������������������*��������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������  ���������  ���������  i  x***** ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������*������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ****^***** ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������*  :  ���������  yntzz  There is No Necessity  of sonding away for anything    you may require ia  Hardware or Garden Tools  We can  Spades  supply ,y������ur want! in aW  seasonable  goods such ai He  , Shovels, Rakes, Lawa  Mowers, Poultry netting, Etc  Prices Always Right  PITT & PETERSON,  Duncan,    B. C,  Hces,  Jzoiiipalem  |1otel  DUNCAN  STAGE LEAVES FOR COWICHAN  LAKE MONDAY,  WEDNESDAY,  AND FRIDAY.      MOUNT.  '   SICKER  DAILY.  PRICE BROS.,  Proprietors.  DUNCAN  ESTABLISHED 1878  a���������d . QUAniCHAN  W.'P.  ���������Importer and Dealer in ail kinds of Merchandise-  AGENTS FOR-The American Ciwam   Separator Co , Grant Powder Co.  - and It. C. Pottery Company.  Also Manufacturer of all kinds of Feed from Home drown Product*.  Quamichan Hotel  ���������0���������  Keasfs livery &  Freighting Stables  -H. Keast, Proprietor  Headquarters   for  Tourists and Com-  mercial Men  ���������0���������  BOATS ON SOMENOS LAKE.  Splendid Fishing, Telephone connection.  FRANK CONRUYT, Prop. '  Duncans Station.  Stage leaves Mount Sicker at   7  a.m., ,  at 12:3(f p.m., daily, except"    Sundays.  returning, leavei   Duncan  " (Specials at short notice.)  X   X   DUNCAN,   B.   C.   X   X  ROBT. GRASSIE & SON  GENERAL BLACKSMITHS  AN EASTER OPENING  FAIR'S  MILLlif STORE  OPENED AT DUNCAN  Newest creations  in  Millinery! Up-  to-date Hats   Made anil Trimmed tc  Order at Shortest Possihle Notice.  FLOWERS,     FOIL-AGE.   All    Ladies     cordially     invited    to inspect  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukoa  Territory���������A free miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable in  Ihe discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars of the river  below low water mark, and subject  to the rights of all persons who nave  or who may receive, entries for bar  diggings or bench claims, except on  the Saskatchewan River, where the  lessee may dregde to high water mark  on each alternate leasehold. _  The  lessee  shall  have a dredge  in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles,  * *  but where a person or company has  obtained more than one lease one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction is sufficient. Rental, $10 per  annum for each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate of 2J per cent,  collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The lo*;sec-s right is coftfraed to lbe  submerged bed or bars in tbe river  below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on tlie  lstday of August iu tbe year of the  the date of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge ia  operation within two years ironi the  date .of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles within six years from  such date. Rental, $100 per mile for  first year and $10 per mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty, game  as placer mining.  Placer. Mining ia the Yukoa Territory���������Creek, gulch, river and bill  claims shalL not exceed 250 feet in  ength, measured on the base line or  general direction of tbe creel: or gulch  tlie width being from 1,000 to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250 feet square. ,,  Claims aie..marked by_ two legal  ���������osts, one at each end, bearing no-  ices. Entry must be obtained with-  n"t"en"iniles of mining Recorder's of-  ue. One extra day allowed for each  Additional ten miles or'fraction.  Thc person or company staking    a  laim must bald a free miner's.ossificate.  ���������n.o discoverer of anew mine is en  THE   BRITISH  GOVERNMENT  AS   DEFENDANT.  A romantic claim for the return of  a loan .of������l,300,000, #Meged to have,  been  made  to   the  government      in  1790,   plus simple  liuterest  on     that  sum since 185-1,  is  being prosecuted,  hy  a Miss Sarah  Eliza  Collis,       of  Brixton.  ' A   Mr.  Edward Collis,  avers Miss*  Collis, who died ia 1786, left a landed estate,  situated  in  Suffolk    and  other counties.   Within two years of  his  decease  this  estate  was  sold   by  the trustee for ������1,004,53(1. This Edward Collis tlie First adopted a relative,   Edward   Collis,   who  died     in  1841.  Edward Collis the Second had a.  'sen,'Edward Collis the Third, the  father of Miss Saruh E. Collis. He  disd in 1853. Tlie first Edward Ciol-  lis left iim sum of ������7,000 to his adopted son, Edward Collis the Second, and a certain sum to a chapel,  directing by deed that the residue of  the estate snould be invested in Con-  |Cols for the benefit of Edward Collis  the Third, who was then i, .vo years  old.  This Edward   Collis,   on   his death  in  18.53,  lefi eveiy thing to Jhis  wife  Eli'/.a,   who,  on her  decease  in  1891,  left all  she possessed   to her  daughter Miss Collis, the present claimant  In Ihe year J790, Miss Collis I   as-  S2rts,  the 11 us tee of the will of   . !-  waid  Collis  the First'lenl   ������900,000  to    thc    government,       mich  "tlen  wanted money, for wu- pun i.-.cs, receiving  in return scrip  for  ������1,300,-  000.   Up to 181.1 the interest on this  amount was regularly, paid,   but     in  that   year some   documents   relating  to  the loan were stolen, and in  sequence no interest     ha.*,  l-c-n  'since.  I Recently this remarkable claim  came before thc Lord Chief Justice,  j sitting iu the High Court. Mr. Ar-'  jtlmr May,.barrister, applied for a  mle nisi lor a mandamus 'against tl*e  governor of the Baafc of England, 0i-  'deringk him to allow inspection of the  lists of slocks transferred by the  Bank to the account rf the National Debt Commissioners.  Mr. May added tlurt the Bank had  refused to allow Miss Collis's solici-  *****������������****4A***#**A*4?^������*#*.$������**e������****#**#****������  Union  Brewing  NANAIMO,  B. C.  Co  s  /Manufacturers of the  ������ In 'British Columbia  $     Lager  Beer and Porter Guaranteed   Brewed  from the Best Canadian Malt Run Hops .,,  ^99*9+999+99999999 +99&9**9*'##*> *���������*-*<*������.--.-..-  ��������� -  cn-  ,'ar.l  Miners' Drilling Machini  Made to order and Repaired at short  notice.   Drill Sharpened by us al  ways  gives satisfaction. Picks handl ed and repaired.  Ships mi tiling    in  a.31     it������    Branhe^;  Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmiths  Davie? Murray  Buller Street  -    -    -    -  Ladysmith, b    *>  WE   NEVER   SLEEP  BUT ARE  ALWAYS ON THE LO OKOUT FOR THE BEST MEATS  IN THE MARK ETS.  WE ARE NOW BRING-ING OUR CATTLE FROM EAST OF THB *"  OKIES, YOU WILL GET THE BEST IF YOU BUY FROM US.  PANNELL   &    PLASKETT  STFVENS BLOCK,  OAT/.cR1^  JB.-T.  .ADYS1ITH. B  HHWHHfHHmW4-m+H**H*mHt^-i  {tor to. inspect thefts, althoxign she  HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY  STATION STREET,  ���������$&  DUNCAN, B. C.  DUNCAN   uvfA8LYBand STABLES  S. J. Hagan, Manager  AN IDEAL TOUHIST AND %  . HEALTH RESORT  titled    to   a claim    of 1,000 feet in   had a hona fide interest in them,  ougth,  and  if the party consists of  J   The,Lord Chief Justice said   that  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  this  belief in concealed  millions was  jvery common, but counsel miigfet taki  Tourists and  sportsmen  making this hotel  their headquarters will appreciate the excellent cuisine and service.  Electric light is fitted through  out.    There is a good   supply  of water.     No mosquitos.  SHAWNIGAN LAKE .B  C.f  +    Freighting a Specialty   ���������*���������  PRICES riODERATE  FaRST-CLASS  TURNOUTS     OF    RIGS,    HARNESS,   HORSES.  DUNC AN.i.  B. C.  Your patronage solicited  Telephone  in  Connection.  wJTC  I  --aeae-^HtHfc--*  --*4--  35_3K. - He^-;K-^r-Hr-^r-^H*(-^  7X  IX.  M  T  R. B. ANDERSON  HIGH GRADE BICYCLES  BICYCLE AND GUN  REPAIRING.    ACETYLENE   GAS  FjXrURES AND  GENERAL METAL WORKING  Fine lines, WATCHES,  CLOCKS and JEWELRY REPAIRED.  SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED,  J,    Oddfellows Block     ���������     ���������    ������������������-  " /f\      !?������*      ���������i\~~7:K      yfC  J-  -M  H  )i  )i  J  ��������� Duncan v, B.C. )$  -ae-as-ac x )������ *  Pharmacist  ���������������*?  FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION  LANDS IN MANITOBA THE NORTHWEST  TERi  RITORIES     AND    THE  YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lands may he purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coal and $20  for anH<hracite. Not more than 320  acres can he acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate  of ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds  shall be collected on the gross output.  Quartz���������Persons of eighteen years  and over and, joint stock companies  holding  free miners'  certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free n-i..ei'6 certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advancs  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a conipany.according  to  capital.  A Tree miner, having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  *ame with two legal posts, bearing  location notices, one at each end on  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen days if located within ten  miles of a mining recorder's office, one  additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  WHITT0ME  on the    claim  the mining recorder  When $500 has been expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase the land  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted  by the  Minister   of     the Interior  to   locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for , a mining location  shall provide for the payment of a  Royalty of 2������ per cent, of the sales  of the products of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T., excepting the  Yukon Territory���������Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square,      entry fcc$5, renewable yearly. On the North Saskat  ������hewan  River claims are either bar  or bench,  the  former  being J 00   Jcet  long and extending between high and  low water mark.  The  latter  includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill or bank, but not   ex-  Where steam pow  put of which no royalty shall be  chargen, the rest of tbe party ordinary  claims only.  -Entry fee, $1,0.   Royalty at JJie rate  of two and one-half per cent, on the  alue of the gold shipped from     the  t'ukon Territory to be paid to    the  Comptroller.  No free,-miner shall receive a grant  of more than one miming claim ' on i  eaeh separate river, .creek or gulch,  but the same miner may hold     any  number of claims by purchase,     and  |  free miners may work their claims in  partnership by filing notice and paying a fee of $2.00.    A claim may    be  abandoned and another obtained    on  the same creek, gulch or river by giving notice and paying a fee.  Work  must be done on a claim each  year to the vttlue of at least $200.  A certificate that work has      been  done must be retained each year;    if  not, the claim ilt'A be deemed to  be  abandoned, and    open  to occupation  and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may   be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices  in   the  Yukon official  Gazette.  Petroleum���������All   unappropriated  Dominion lands in Manitoba, the-North-  west Territories, and. within the Yukon Territory, are open to prospecting for petroleum, and the Minister  may reserve for an individual or company having machinery on the land  to be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as he may decide.  the length of width shall not exceei  three times the breadth.  Should the prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly establish such discovery,; an area  not exceeding 640 acres, including the  oil well will be sold to the prospector at the rate of $1.00 per acre and  the remainder of the tract reserved  namely, 1,280 acres will be sold  at the rate of three dollars an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate  as may be specified by order-in-coun-  cil.  JAS.  A.  SMART.  Deputy Minister  of  the Interior.  Department  of the Interior,  the rule f.sked foi, subject to certain  conditions as to the filing of affidavits.  i  t  t  ���������  *  LAD\'SMITH TRANSFER CO. x  PIANOS,  ORGANS AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.  Stables in the rear of ths Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   the  WILLIAMS AND WA3ft-:r  ���������*���������-���������**������*���������"+ +-���������>-+��������� **-��������� ���������*��������� ���������*>���������+* +-���������"*��������� -V-M'-M-fr -f *>-���������-���������-������*> -*-���������-���������- ������������������-*-���������-*"���������-*���������-<  i  TT  *  *  *  '   COMPLEXION   HINTS  Eat plenty of spinach. It acts as  a tonic and beautifier.  Good soap, soft water, plenty .of  fruit, early hours and a dailv walk  in all weathers.  Bathe the face every night with  pqual quantities of warm niilk and  throw a little oatmeal in the water,  if natural soft water cannot |,e found.  Any one^can have a clear complexion. There is a simple remedy at  hand, and it is water, which should  l,o drunk freely, hut not at meals.'  The water taken must not be too  cold.  FLOWERS    FOR WINDOW    BOXES  There is more imagination, says  the House Beautiful, put i.ilo thc  grouping of flowers in tlie now popular window boxes. One house has  beautiful boxes of heliotrope and coral 'geraniums. Another has. on three  different floors, tulips in different  shades of red.  Solid flocks of jonqluils and pale  blue hyacinths are another combination, although theie is very little  ���������Lrilliancy in the colors. Nothing is  more effective, though, than the geraniums in thc reddest hues, in spite  of the fact that they1 werc so com-  monlast summer. They are the. hardiest of all the combinations, and do  not, like the hyacinths and tulips,  have to be replaced after a short  time.  Flower Season  *,  Mill soon be al its begirt and nice  flowers need pretty vases to shofi of-  their beauty to perfection.  Wo have them here in a satisfying  selection.   ���������  EPERGNES'  like illustration, make perfect centre  pieces and need only a few flowers  to tastefully "dress their graceful  branches.  $3.00  3.50   4.00     4,50   Each  VASES  in excellent pat-  I  CRYSTAL  terns  15c.   25c.  CHRYSOPRASE���������     lemon  25c.     35c.     -10c-  PRESSED GLASS ROSE BOWLS  CUT GLASS     FLOWER VASES 75c.  35c  tinted��������� Vases  60c.     75c  Each  25c      .tic.  %1 25      \\ 50  GOc.      75c,  Each  Each  $2.'0O -   Each  WEILER   BROS  VICTORIA,  B.C.  ^E^^Ss^jr^feiVfias  PAINTING,  PAPEK  ETC.  HANGING  .1  GULEDGiVIAN''  Leads Them    Ail  IN QUALITY  NOTICE.  From this date the undersigned  will not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on a  written order signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V.  I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1905.  Work done properly and at right  prices. Shop and residence in rear  of Ladysmith Hotel.  J.   E.  SMITH.  Prop  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  -:o:  Vt     least $100 must be expended 'eeeding 1,000 feet.  each year or paid to  er is used, claims 200 feet wide may  in lieu  thereof,  be obtained,  R. P. RITHET,  & Co., Ltd.  Agency.  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  NOTICE .is hereby given that at the  next sitting of the Licensing Court  to be held at Ladysmith, I intend to  upply for a transfer of the retail liquor license now held by me for the  premises known as .the Island Home  Hotsl, situate on Lot 3, Block 2(1,  Ladysmith, B. C, from myself to  Agnes Knight.  II.  L.   BATES.  Ladysmith, B.   C, May  12,  1905.  OTICE is hereby given that at tha  ext sitting of the Licensing Court  0 be held at Ladysmith, I intend to  pply for a transfer of the retail  liquor      liceuse     now   held    by    me  for   the   premises   known     as     the  Kings Hotel situate on Lot 1, Block  97,  Ladysmitii,   B.  C,   from myself  to Palmyr Tassin.  WILLIAM JOSEPH.  By his duly authorized agent,  HENRY  REIFEL.  K.O. MILES  Contractor  and Builder  REPAIRING  of   all  kinds  prompti.-  attended to.    Shop on Gatasre  ���������t  Solicitor,  Etc.  My  1st. Avenue  loan  IABYSMIT8  Ladysmith remp'e'No. 5 Rathbohe  Sisters meets in the Oddfpllow's hall  2nd and 4th Tuesday -a; 7 30  Mrs.  Kate Tate,   secrp- ��������� ->  m.  Pacific Coast  VICTORIA, :-: :-:  :-B.C.  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next sitting of the Licensing Court  to be held at Ladysmith, I intend to  apply for a transfer of the.retail liquor licen.se now held by me for tho  premises known as the Central Ho-  1el, situate on Lot <J, Block 29, Ladysmitii, B.C., from myself to Joseph   Pelligrnilli  ���������   FRANK  BARDESONO.  Ladysmith, B.C., May 13, 1905.  tt.  Meattnarket  LADYSMITH, B, C.  -'Kit*  ->��������������� r  .-VI   I  I '"~r*,,l  IM  i'.'l  H  qnT  - M  - mi fv&>'  19  f  ���������*  "^V  LOCdL IIEMS  ���������^JSP*Sll*i^^���������^---s5������,'  tiHi"'"-'*^''  . *^*_'  ��������� <}���������.-*������������������-;���������^���������l,t'f*"-������"ii!t,,*;>-**5*."*1t!������'#L       ��������� SPORT'  " ti,-   -r   I-.   ���������-,���������     ' ���������    "~"!    i      ������|^^<.+4*H-H'**H'**H-*H-������-4^%������-**-*-  iJt.   K.   h.   Dier  is  again in Lady-     ���������     ���������  ���������  ���������  smith and can  be fuuml  at all hours   yOCNG  CORHETT WIN'S  at his ollice .on High stieet. i j * ANOTHER      FIGHT.    j    Butte,   Mont.  ��������� iVis.   li  mo. ii ine  TF..t-*>u.sy.r  MiMWM -*-  Gear  went    flown on  the  train   to  Du.i..- i n  JVii.-.    .Miri-  > ������������������������������������.  nn'ii.ut, this morning.  Alis. Mr. Wasson wet i  capital on the nine o'Hoe  I'uii niiiii.  in Ok  ���������wi t.i the  Iran: "I is  The Dominion D.iy celehvation com-  niittec      will    meet  in   Mr.   Russell  Simpson's ollice this evening} at eight  \  o'clock.  IWe'.srs. B. Foi-ciniini-r ;i;.,l IJ Flet-  c-iicr went down on .-he r.oriing i'a:ri  ��������� o tl.e '-apit.il. These <y-i :!enicn will  w! i.'c in Victoria visit thc l.ir^e bi":-  i'i'ss houses     with a  COI:fl 'blltioilS        (o    Lllf    i)0'i.i|ii')>l    iljy  ct-ieiT'it'on funds. It i. u. he a ,..->(l  ('ui Victoria people will give their  lii',('r<"il support.  at  Get   your   Sunday   Colonists  Knight's. ,  ���������r  'I lie Nanai'ino Herald this morning  announces that Ihe Archbishop of  Columbia will hold confirmation services in Lnrlj smith English Church  on Sunday next Before reading this  announcement Tew people were aware  Hint the Church of England diocese  of Columbia was ruled over by anyone greater than a Lord  Bishop.  Messrs. R. Simpson and R. J..i -  rup went down on Vie Morning ���������:? n  tn Dune.it.*-, at which place 'Mr Ilir-  rup's appeal against -'e <lci isic t>:  the Chcir.nimis magi^-uar:* i-> ire  chariiC brought against him Tor siding the desertion ������f a number of sea-  ir."n from their ship, will le b<nid  b.- .i.iilgo. Harrison. "'!���������'. Ivit.sel.  F'i lpson  will appear f.v 3!r.  Ilar-un  JOHN   EVF.NS,  MI-^II'.ER   FOR  OOWICHAN DISTRIC'I  .John Evuis, .\1. I'. I'., for Cowi-  i-hiij disliicl, spent. yesterday and  J.isl. night in l.adjsmith visiting old  fi lends.' He was the guest of the  Jones Hotel, the proprietor of' which  lie was well acquainted with in Cal-  jfornia many years ago.  Mr. Evens (hiring a conversation  ���������with a Ledger representative, stated  that, he could see no reason or jus  fiec in Mr. J. Havvthornthwuitc's  suggestion of, under certain conditions rebating tne Nanaimo mines 2(.*  per cent, on Oho royalties collected.  This would be, suggested Mi\ Evens  simply offering a. bonus in favor of  one mine so lhat it could compete  against another . Furthermore, ii  just and equitable, it could not be  done except bv Parliament, as it is  a question alV-tmg the finances. Mr.  Even*, is an old timer in C'owichan  and thinks Vancouver Is'.and has a  bright future and the Duncans section particularly so. His brother  ���������has la.tely sold thirty-five acres o1"'  his rami which is now being- laid off  in lots for an addition to thetown-  . site. ������������������"''���������.  Butte,   Mont.,   June   1 I.���������After   ten  rou:.������ls of clever  lighting  Young  Corbet t  of Denver was declared thc winner  over 'Thompson,  of  Butte,     last  night.    Thompson   lay  on ' the canvas  and  was  being counted out  when his  s.*c; nds      threw    up thc-sponge,  and  earned their man  to his corner.      It  was  a good,  dean  fight  and  Thompson   surprised  even  his   friends   when  he Knocked  Corbet I down  in the second   round.    The little Denv'erite had  rushed      Thonipse n  ar/l   was  caiigbt  willi  a swing  while  off  his  balaney.  was   up  in   a second,   however,      and  fighting  back  like  a demon.    Corbet!  made  an   excellent   impression      here  and   appeared  like  a champion   in every      round.    He  hooked  and jabbed  Thompson  al   will  and  drove him   to  the      ropes   on  numerous   occasions,  ������������������ic.v c' getting  His  blocking was good and  his fool-  work carried him  out  of  all danger.  Several   times   lu   caught   Thompson-  on   tlie jaw  with  right  and  left ���������;  and got away without a return. Although not in Ihe bes't i .. >n, he  left the ling as strong as when ie  entered  il-  BRITISH COLCMBIA  MA INLAND   ASSOCIATION  Vancouver, June 13th���������  Mr. J. W. Wallis, (be late ��������� resident of the above Association, says  the News Advertiser, while acting as  such, endeavored to secure a suitable  trophy for such competition. He is  af last able to state that through  the energy of Mr. J. Colcutt they  have together been enabled to secure  a large silver shield to be competed  for annually by the clubs on the  Mainland inside, the Association, the  gift or Win. Teacher & Sons, Glasgow  <.\ porters of Teacher's Highland  Cream. Last week    word  was re  ceived lhat thc shield, a very valu-  a!:'e cue. was in the silversmith'*-.  Iirnds. and would be in Vein Oliver by  ���������v gesl, so as to he roadv to he  !{r".'ed over to the Assneiaiu n al  s-beiliiled   merlin!?   when   it  will  cul-ii    iive'ijpK tii'K \vVH������ II" l'< TitUrs*  dav  inclusive.  Messrs.   F.  and   D.   Lewis  went, up  o-ii  the noon train tn  Nanaimo.  Alt.   Geo.   Rob-son,   of   the   Hudson  Bay Company, passed through to Na  naiir.o     from  Victoria .on  the  noon  train  today.  It" is irj'jjite likely that either the  Redmond troop oi the Clara Mathes  opera company, or perhaps both, will  arrange for a few nights in Ladysmith soon.  Among the many welcome callers  at the Daily Ledger ollic-e today were  Archie Clement's, of Grand Forks,  and Messis. F. E Simpson and M.  D. Billings newspaper men of Cran-  brook. All friends, aie in good company so lcaig as they are either consorting with Oddfellows or visiting  newspaper offices.  'qSIM'S��������� r������nmr.iM i.m������   i ��������������� ���������  LADIES AND  GHIIMNS'  SUMMER  VESTS  15c Each  AT   THE   ABBOTSFORD.  Al.   I'hillius,  New  Westminster.  C.  S.   Keith,-  New Westminster.  W.   Ramsay and  family,   Vancouver  R.  Cosgro*'e,   Vancouver.  R.  (J.   Beat tee, Cranb|ool<. B  Thos.   rill.,   Duncans.  P.   Simpson,   Cranbrook.  M,. D.   Billings," Cranbrook.  IT  ITENTIARY   FO.l   \.\'-'.'l  FOR   FERG  'SON   MAN  I'ecat'.se Fdn.i i- > ������'i h:ni In rr  John Coleman's monev for years ,-in.i  Inn then thrown him ������>vvr, bis plea,  of t;iii!t.v of muidcr m  lie &ef������n.l d"-  urc-  ib  cutting     M-j  I  "an  tin out after a emarrel at IvrtKnii.  Or)., April 2nd, was a-eejud ibis  moiiiiiig, and und. r i;ii--.;)i  '-.���������>��������� !'o!e  GOVERNOR MC'lNNESWI������������������;���������',  .,/;!;-     , ������������������   TAKE   HIS T'VE  ;::-,'.'rlrei.'"Nanaimo Herald, in giving an  ���������accoiint of'Mr. ������������������''Mclnnes' At Home,  savs in this, morning's issue:  "In connection with the Albcmi  constituency IIr. Mclnnes says that  he is not, according to statute, obliged to resign his position in the lo-  ��������� cal legislature in consequence of his  accepting the conimissionershij). lip  ti'. tho present he has not sent iu his  resignation. It may be that Mr. Mclnnes is awaiting the government's  announcement as to whether or not  a. summer session will be held.  Should Premier McH-ride decide to  bring it on i' is possible that the  services of Mr. .Alclnnes may be available in solving the question of a  railway policy. It is even possible-  rtliat. tbe commissioner ��������� mitrht spend  ibis v-.-iliter 'Holidays in his familiar  rjilacc* in the local legislature.  It appears that the member for A1--  bf-rni, fur Mr. Mclnnes still holds  that, position, can to some c**t"nt  jvgulalc the date of the bye-election  "lie can if ho wishes, postpone the election |>rccIaniation indefinitely, so  that Premier .vcllride will'require to  consult with the commissioner of the  YuK'on with reference lo fixing the  'date of the election. *  One elVe-t, therefore, i.f the ap-  -������������������oiiilmnif of Mr. Mcliiivs to the Yu-  ].on c-o!i!:.;'is:-'.ioi:-ershin -s apparently  Hhe drawii-,.;-: closer logr-ther of this  province and thc northern  ter -ii( .->  V  ho ulaced on exhibit in each nlnie  vhore'-er there is a representative of  V e  I eagre.  .       , ,    -   , -n-   \ A.\( (IL'VKK VS. WEST.MINSTER  . .,     ,.     --'ONi, .SATURDAY   NEXT  ���������.-.ikIdIhh-w for "the gieat game of the-  s.-.i.son. On Sat'.rday ncxti, we.xthei  i.cniiitting, Vancouvci and Westmis-  .-...r cross sticl s for the sceond lime  this season. When they met on the  l-'ilb of .May last there were many  v. so,���������()!������(s* iwlio liiougbt, befoie the  g.une, that Vancouver would never be  able to,hold , down West minster on a  e-reasy day, but the local bovs not  (illy held them down but at times  I.ad them guessing. Since then the  l,ovs have  been    practicing faitblully  oid are in escellcnt form, and will  -iM- the assistance of both Allan  and Campbell, who will undoul.'tedly  affd strengih to the team. -The  Club has decided to reserve al.o t  500 ot 1,000 seats in the -grand stand  Tor the convenience of those who  wish to avoid 1h3 crush at the gate  The seats will be reserved without  extra     charge.       Tnc fftren  i laycrF  "lo have been     picked  will turn out  11 i  for life on  i i tin- pini-  rhivs i.-iv iiiorri-  viftii.- ca if;  v,her* Co'e-  IIIt >!        \\  lc.it ii-ry  iwx  The nuirderer and eis  from Feryison, B. C^  man  has  property.  "If I were where ny reput.iti m is  I mown I would be acquitted '.i. five  minnles,  bii't this is a st--uige cmn-  y.rs.W nir was a passenger lo Che-  Colon-ail world say. He h.is r.-covered from his attempt tn Mil lnm-  scir rf (behalis, April I, i'.i (riiatc-  lv after h:s -rapture.  The parties lived together in Ferguson, B. C, where, they both figured in the police court. The llnli-  man womau lefi Coleman and he followed her to Spokane, thence to the  .foast, and murdered her atr'Portland,  Oregon:  TIDE TABLE.  Thursday,   .Inn*'-  l-r'-  ide / Low   ',v,(l"  10.07.  12:02.  DRYSDALE- STEVENSON  Co.   Ladysmith  ���������I-^-ttTjII riii":-tTiiJ~*-*'*'^*;^'J"*^'  .-^C-   P.i.-^C^-^-^^J-'ir---***'*'-''**-***������-**.  Ah Wing ft 0o,  Merchant  Tailors  i  Ladies' and Gents' Clotlies Made to  Order.  PERFECT  FIT CiUARA->r.TE V>'  LADYSMITH,   B.   C,  FRUIT jar;  llieb  2.:37  5.3.i  ���������\   RMMjL  DEFICIENCY   FOR  NANAIMO  CEEERRATION.  Al Nanaimo the city council will  be asked to make up the deficiency  in U.e late celebration' accounts,  something lil'rj $8:1 being tbj net deficit ii' all accounts are collected that  are not. yet settled. The total expenses of the'celebration amanl to  M.-l.'iii.      ' .'  [toves  We are making them of the Newest    Pattern, and Latest  Styles.  WE no ALI, KINDS Ol-   l-OU NDRY  WORK -  f)ur I'rices are Re soaa, ble  SEE  OUR    NEW''STOVES   IN   I'd. AIR  AND  ADAM'S WINDOWS.  LADYSniTH IRON& STOVE-WORKS CO,, LTD.  M/SIN'S PAUNT  PINTS       DOc.    do/..  QUARTS      M.00   doz  -IT A I.F flAi.LONS.   !H.':i.rt tlc������.  .JI-M.LV  CLASSES   flOc.   do/.  2f.O do/en   just, in  Ruh*/cr  Rings  for fruit   jars.  REMARKABLE [CASE  OF   A  YOUNO   ENCJLISH   C1IRL  An extraordinary nuitfrimonial dispute all'ectir.g an Engl-ishwoiiuin has  arisen af Tnngier. A Moorish acrobat from the Sus district some time  ago married a Manchester girl aged  seventeen. The brideis fricn h.  . n  learning that he was already the .husband of ���������   another woman, requested  the   British   Consular   authorities al,  Tangier  to send  her  back  to      England.      Today thc acting cch-suIK Mr.  MitcheJI,   calii-d   the Moor  to  his office and told  him  that lie must send  the girl home and pay  the necessary  expenses.    On   the man   refusing     to-  do so,   Mr.  Mitchell  threatened t ���������  'to  hand  him over  to  ther Moorish     authorities.��������� Thereupon   the  Moor   mi-1-  denly drew a revolver on  Ihe Con ml,  but was prevented from firing  by li'r  Morillo,   thc   consular   clerk,        who  placidly sicKcd him. A  fierce struggle  ensued in thc Consul's office, and Air.  iv/oriilo was assaulted   with  the butt  of the revolver.   The Moor, finally escaped  and  took refuge in sanctuary.  The marriage' was performed .according to the Mahommodaii ceremony, and the re-gister was signed by,  a sheikh. The girl, who was only  seventeen years of age, is alleged lo  have been terrorised by the Moor.  u ^~-  A   CHEEKY  CHAPLAJN    ~~*  AND THE     POPE.  Writing  from Malta   to   the.Rirm-  iiighani  Daily,Mail,  a  lady  tells 'an  amusiivg story of a young priest ; ml  the Pope.  "Our  are-libishop,"   she' writes,   often  takes ].-,'.11 ies_ of  peoule  Ta    if-i-  view   the  Pope.    Our   hospital   eiap-  lain,       who   is    young   and   'cheeky'  wont   two or  tbre:* months ag3      !r  ���������Pope askied what he could do^ for him,  and our priest, replied:  ~ "'Holy  Father,   will   you   give-me  your cap as a memento?'  "Ti'j'Pope said: 'Would you give  the Holy    Father a jo1! in  : he head  '���������' 'No,' said our priest,-'I have (- -  vided against that,' and he prodn;->i:  another skull oap- out of his pocw-.;,.  lie got  the  Pope's own cap."  Mrs. .Crawford���������Now that the honeymoon is over, I suppose you find  your husband has grown economical  with- his kisses?  Mis. Crabshaw��������� lie has reached a  worse stage than that, my dear. U.e  has grown economical with lis. money.  "If a burglar were lo break info  jour house, would you lose your prcs  ence of mind?-'  "Certainly     not,"     ansvercd  Meek ton,     "I'd act, instantly."  "Wluit would  \cu ('o'"  I'd ask Henrietta's advice."  t-J  SNAPS  We are selling at reduced prices ma  ny articles which will please our cus. j  tomers both as regards  quality, and  price ;  . SUMMER WEARING APPAREL  NEGLIGEE SHIRTS  MENS'NECKWEAR  SOCKS -  Special value in Mens' Summer  Vests. We want to fit you out for  July 1st, and our latest arrival bf  Mens' Shoes and Hats enable lis to  do justice to your wants.  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  GATACRE ST.  LADYSMITH  W. G. Fraser  MerchantTailort  (ist Avenue)  Spring Stock on hand, Call early and  get your choice.  dds and Ends  Jl.r.  mm im.  'PHONE 2--I.   - .LAD YSM.IT ���������.������.,  "r "-o'-.-'n't .ca'l bhii an epicure.  He's nothing but a glutton."  "5j. , but that's rather "a hard  fcrin." ��������� ���������-���������?  "Well, he's one of those fellows  .who will eat a hearty, break fast and  'then discuss with bis wifc^wbat' to  order for. dinner." ." "V^^v-.;   -:*'  THE CANADIAN PACKING COMPANY  of London, Out., put  up  the finest  0 ANNRD  MEATS  in  the world.  No Hot Weather Lunch  is at  its best   without   them.  We  have  the   fellow ins;  lines .1 T.LL.IEI)   LUNCH  TONGUE  JELLIED  PIGS  FKEt' JELLIED   DRAWN  BONELESS  CHICKEN' BONKLKSS   VEAL  LUNCH-BACON- CORNED  Ll NCH  BEEK.  W. T.HEDDLE   CO.  All nienibers of Harmony Lodge,  Ladysniith, arc requested-to be in  Oddfellows' Hall at 11 a.m. on Sunday, the 18th inst. for the purpose  of attending-: the decoration service's  of-deceased breathren. "  By Order,  H.  CARROLL,  N.G. ;  ; I).   M.  HAGGARD,  Secretarv.  Williams' Block  Ladysmith  Particular Grocers.  Telephone   I  Boating  and   regatta  shirts  at    Simon   l.eiser tv   Co.'s  Lid.  On  .Inned lib, ir,\.h.   Kith,  and 17th  I lie     Northern Pacific     Railway Co.,  v. i!bc  -.ii  round  rip  rafts  to all  Eastern p-oinfs at     very low rates.     Go-  Tliose   people  who   rcq-uire   the  ser- i j���������g ji,,,jt     ninety days.     l-'or all in-  1'iiiiiiation apply to ollice, Corner oi  Vales & Government streets, Victoria'. B. C.  vic-'S of a good denlist will do well  to call on Dr. R. I>>. Dier, wb: from  now on can lie .found at his o. ', >' on  llit;;li  street af  all   hours.  ��������� -^ssss^s^ws^sm^  ������s-,������f$?-  FRESH TABLE BERRIES RECEIVED DAILY  leave your orders early for Preserving Ber  ries.  Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  WILLIAMS   BLOCK. ''  TELEPHONE  0-7  licion'si-: ('oivimissioni-:rs  mi-:i-:t tihs evening.  This evening the Ladysniith licensing board meets. Tb.-re are several  applications for changes most, if not  all, of which will le readily granted  as there will bo no objections and  the applicants have complied with the  law.  UNITY ENCAMPMENT NO.  8.  LO.  0.   Fv. LADYSMITH  B.C.  Members   of  the  above  named   I0n-  campment  are requested   to  meet at  the  .CM(Ifellows'   Hall   Sunday,   ���������lime  18th,  lllfhi,  at   11   a. in.,  for the purpose  of attending   Memorial   Services  in   decorating  the  graves   of  deceased  patriarchs.  By   Order, E.   ROWLANDS,  Patriarch.  E.   LOWE, .Scribe,  j.pecni co.  WHOLESALE DRYGOODS.  Victoria, B. C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrated  IRONCLAD BRAND  of .w  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  ��������� "'������������������' PANTS,   . ���������  SHIRTS, ETC.  WATCH THIS SPACE-IT WILL P   AY  YOU     SOMETIHNCi       CUT   IN  TWO   EVERY  DAY.  THIS WEEK IT WJLI7 BE JUG S.      A   "'BEAUTIFUL  BLUE  AND  .WHITE QUART JUG FOR  25c  LADYSMITH HARDWARE CO., Ltd  Charlie   Dunn  y  MERCHANT TAILORS  NEW. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVE!!.  Charles Ih-nm of tlie-above firm, v isits Ladysmith every Sunday for the  purpose of taking measurements and seeing customers personally. May  be seen at tlie Hotels. Wc guarantee all. stock- and a perfect fit at the  lowest possible fates. Suits from $15.00 up. Pants from $4.00" up, All  Hand-made. Full line of tlie Latest supplies -ALWAYS carried by Mr.;  |};:nn.- - .,      . <���������  hlRE, L?PE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  ���������'. -RKINT^ ::���������'���������'��������������������������� COLLFCiEI)   ".  DKEDS,   WILLS,   MORTGAGES,   CONTRACTS     AND   AGREEMENTS  DRAWN. .'-���������,.  Ladysmith M Poi!din������  tsfabltsbmenf ���������'  Launch and Pleasure Boats of all  descriptions for Hire. .floats built  to order and Repaired. Spoon oars a  } Specially.  j        IIAL-RUP   AND   1IAYEDN.  I OAT     lUJILDlORS.  JOHN STEWART  CONVEYANCING  l\ O  Box 268  NOTARY   PUDLIC.  '^*a?B^IJ38Sai8aSiSEg.^*?������ai^.^^  CLOCKS  BARGAINS  P!  CLOCKS a  Just, received     a shipment of all lands of clocks that we will clear jl  af low prices :   !  I ,  ���������  |- ,    ���������   ,  i     ;   ,     '  1      ' |>|  I     ErGliT   DAY  STRIKING   CLOCK      M.0II H  IKIIIT  DAY STICKING CL OCK   (with   alarn;   attached)    J.-s.oO  EEKSSE^������^SS5aK*2513S!  USERS OF  Tenders will be received up to'J line  II,   lihifi,  foi   painting,  papering etc.,  Porllf.iid  Hotel.     The lowest, or any  lender not necessarily accepted.  Apply to,'  JOHN MA'Y  Ladysmith, V, C.  WHITE SWAN  Stand a   good chance to win a  .. $1.75  51.00  N  OOD  I     REPEATING   NTCKLE   /vI.A RM   CLOC  g.   REGULAR   NICKLE   ALARM  CLOCK  I   ALL  THESE  CLOCKS   \RE    FROM      THE   BEST   AMERICA!-  m   FACTORIES  AND   ARE    .-rj ARANTEED      TO     KEEP      GOOl  |   TIME.  B-FORCIMHER  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER,  OPTICIAN  I First Aveiiue,    X   X   X      Ladysmith,    B. C  Every  2fi-font,  purchase of White    Swan     Soap     entitles you to a   .'  V".  I?    ticket in the drawing for this high,grade gramophone. |  I  ������3*S21 g,  Surgeon Dfentist  All work guaranteed,  and  at reason-  The licensing board . meet, at     the  city hall tonight; at 8 o'clock.  abie rates.  High "St.  Ladysmith  Preparations for the Rebckah 1-ene-  fil. eewiccrf to be held in the opera  house next Tuesda.] night are going  ahead, and a very good programme  is pi nniisc.!. II is nn.lei:.loi d lhat  th - City D.iikI have IJnilly promised  to assist,  I-Ire Sis-h-rs.  Sunday Examiui-r, New York Jour  OPEN AT ALL HOURS. i   nal,  New  York World.   For sale     ft  Knight's  book store.  \

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