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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jun 7, 1906

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 LEGISLATIVE ASBEK-MR*  ".**���������!  The Ladysmith Daily  THURSDAY  June 7,  I90C  PRICE FIVE CENTS  VOL.,*  I    -  EATEN BY DOGS  Off THE com  flf  CELEBRATE  DAYf ON JULY  TWO CONVICTS  MAKU  DARING ESCAPE  St. John's, NiM., June 7.���������Reports  frbm Labrador state that 'five pet-  sons were kilted and eaten by savage dogs off that coast during the  past winter. These dogs, which have  been largely inteifbred with woK-cs,  have fro'uenlly killed people heretofore, One ol the victims this winter was a man aged 35, and others  were an elderly man and his    wife,  daughter and grandchild.   o��������� ;   7 .-    OUT  IX-A FRACAS.     '  \ -  9>9jm-������m99.\^9j9Mm*~^.^lmim-^-.^~���������   ���������������������������  At Meeting Held Last Evening Reports From Collecting Commits  tee are Encouraging, and Meeting Decide to go Ahead  With Plans For Celebrating  Regatta Will be One of the Drawing Cards,   and Already Committee  ^^ <* ' '*���������  Have Rough Programme Drafted Including LogrRollrig  Contest and  Other Novelties  Fort William, June 0.���������A party ol  Hungarian laborers - engaged in a  drunken fight in a .shack hero last  night ah three 'of combatants' wen  filft8hcd - with knives in the fracas.  One was stabbed in thc groin, and  will not likely -ret-oier. Thc other  two-are painfully'but not danger*  ���������uidy'cur. So arrests arc made as  yet/,- '     ;       -  ',*���������*  " Later particulars of the melee indicate that the, stabbing was done  Dy two Italians who had hocn ejected from the rtiui'-o and who had  lain in wait -for victims and attacked them on the street. Two' of the  Finlanders  will  die , ��������� /  <    * * .���������_o-   ASPHYXIATE!) BY  GAS ,    ,  - ' WHILE IN A WELL,  ���������*'  ' Winnipeg, June 6.���������While working  m, the bottom of j-dotn well on a  farm northwest oi Battleford, three  (MA w������re overcome by natural gas,  and In an attempt tu lescuo - ariotheo  man fell but of. the bucket in tho  well. -The fout" u'ere dead when  'brought  to the Top  Tho men .-.ere     Cr Ralph,    J. .  W.  liobertson.   C   Shoulds    and' J ��������� .Mc-  -1 ������onald.   Consider ah Ic <*art h.- foil from  'the top of the well, ,-b.ut there is.every  indication   that tho men'  struck  natural gas at  the bottom  of '- the  ' well .unexpectedly.- and ,worc     over-  comd before they could escape  ���������I o   INSPECTION  INVITED  Much business was transacted at  the pdVSlic meeting, last evening whicW  was held at the City Hall tor thc  purpose of making arrangements Jor  a Dominion Day Celub-ration in Lady  an (Instated  willing - tl ���������  that  he was   only     too  do all  in his power   lo  help mattcis along. Ladysmith hud  always 'had a spoA celebration in -t'.u������  past, and" h? saw no reason why she?  Cc'le,  TilM:,. l-llndmiarsli  and Steele.  TRANSPORTATION ; UOMMlTTKK.  i,    '  '  R. Simison, lluinna-i; Me'ssrs.   F.  He) nobis "and Rowlands  Mr. , T.  White   a-illi-' Hie   aslpu   to  **jiiirc; This programme will be -subject to revision by the general com-  ii ittcc. ," It was also understood that  the chairman of tlie different c,jpi-  ni.it.tees hold meetings, before Tuesday evening in order to have all the  smith cri July 2nd. Committocs'.wcr^  should hot do so  this sea-son.  collect subscriptions a)t tJie smelter, business accomplished possible, aiul  Mi. F. Hawfcs will be requested lo directly after tlie -general meeting!  collect at the "w half /and Mcssis. l������. last evening, lhe sports and regatta  (riiihm ami D. Thomas'" will *hc asl ed committies stayed and held meetings  lo collect��������� at the losing camps, Air. ' While hut a pielinunary programing  Cirilli-n to'take Camp 5, and Mr. I), was drafted hv, the regatta commit-  'Thomas Camp fi      ' J tee,    some   of     the principal events  -ythiiur muea-tuness tor jmy &.        ., iw,,...,������..,               - ���������    . 'Hie  priating comnTilloe  weio    ic-iromiso    to    -be excellent    drawing  Thc collecting' committee, .through-J Smith, JVMichck, R. Hindmarsh, .1 fciested to hurry matters in their hnu, cards, and furnish the best of sport.  Mr.* It;"Simpson, reported' tluit while j Davidson, If. Macklm, IF. Thornley._������?.rapidly as iH������ssi',.Se,^'t, King point. One item, which is always ah attrac-  they had by no means caiivasscd the [W. Ha worth. J, Vere, W. SaJidcTSon. cvl out that the prinCiii,; of envelopes Hon, will he tl.e ll-paddle canoe  town they  had  received the prpmise   E   Jones, 10. Itarclav, M. Oelle,    A.   etc.,,could 1* proceeded with   ironic-   ract*, best two  in three heats.     An-  '-       ������������������- rliilelv   as     lhe sooner tho celtibra-   other     evmt    will |,e  the 10(  tapXKiiaited, covering , the various/jran:  ches of "sports' to he held,-and everybody was imprq*sed with the ncccssi-"  ty of hurrying the iiioittcrs along as  fast as jnossiiWe, owing to the -short-';  liicss of tithe   in  which to ha-vc  everything in (readiness for July 9  t I Ii'i election cf co.iinutl������e<< follow-,  cd Mr. M-aekli'n's addie&s, and-resulted as  follows.   - <���������  ,     ' (i EN E R A L COMMITTE E. .  4 U: Sim-pson, J.-Adam, J. Deeming?  J. 'Ryan,    R.  Harrup,  F, Bahy,,  F.  Ro-ynokls,      Jolm     Cailwright,      .1.  they had received the promise  of over'three'hundred - dollars. Mr.  S,imp|ion state;! tJiat'be&ides the ni|ine  to ibe heard from, -there 'were several  others ��������� who ' usually subscribe . suh-  stan'tial'' amounts,- who had not as  yet been-approached,. On-the : whole,  the committee .thougjnt 'there, would  be no'-difficulty whatever'in raising a  .substantial * sum "for.' a -first'class eel'  ebraticn,'a^d.'expactod". to raise at  least as much as '-was" spent last  year.    |       '/--'" '">   '   . \ .^  ;?r  Following tbe- eomm-ittce's*-re'port,  the "elwtaoa.-dtiA-Jtwasurgr was pro?  c������*edea-with,, and ^the hame^of Mr.  H. Macklin proposed, mil lievwasol-'  ected | unanimously.       " -  In -response, Mr. H Macklm expressed  his pleasure in accepting the. office,  Uryden, A.  Ellis.  SPORTS OOMaMITTEE."  R.   II irdmarsh!   Chairman,   Mess:s.  Rwin', A'dra-m, J)i*eminfe, Thornley, Cowan,  Veie .and ,CeIe.  REGATTA AND FIREWORKS  COMMITTEE  dialely, as the sooner tho celebration is ailvertinscd, the better. F.xir  \el. c-es aie accord ii ugly being print cd  today.  ��������� Several letters wore, lead by Src-  rctary Adam from various cluius"a/-k-  ing what kinds of sports were lo be  hold here, and ex-pressing thpii willingness  to enter.     The' letters-^weic  other evmt will \,e the 100-yards,  championship swimming race. This  ,r-\������*nt will, of coar*nj, be open only  to amateurs, ami will he for the  chainpioiiship of the Island, the prize  io be a sold medal.  Li|Net races, tub races, greasy pole  evhihlltion, a'log rolling contest for  loggers,   swun-ming races for     boys,  Winnipeg, ��������� June 7. ���������Two prisoncis  on the way iriown from Port Arthur  to Central  prison, Toronto, m-adc   :i  daring Escape;    There was a     lar^t*  bunch ot  bad men beimg- tal-*en d, |v. n  by a Provincial  bailiff and     Jose; h  tirahafii and' the letter stated to-the.  Port Arthur iivt-erviewer ,that the-escape  was  well    .planned.     I Us .- sai.l  The Italian from' Port Arthur,    who  was in charfp of the .provincial   bk.i.  lift had been sick  on the trip   down  the. lal-es,   being subject to fits.    In  some manner his handenfls were   not  locked   and    when tho    tra u pulled  into Orangeville. he jumped out of the  window and made his escape.     Thc  bailiff at once started out to recapture-the man, leaving..the rest-of/t*li(.���������  iris-oners,    thirteen    in    nuniber   in  charge of Mr. Graham.  While the bailift was gettinjg policc  assist-anoe,  a Prisoner, who had yceji  taken in charge at    the Sault, #lip-  |.r-d his baivdcutY.s oxeihis hands   and*  also    escaped. -.    The latter '��������� prison ei  had _ complained on tihetriudowa the  laKe-s that the liandcufl's were hurtd-ii.V  lus writst, and upon request tjjelbai-  liffi 1 osen&d  them a little.    On the  trip the man nianat;ad 'by some  nun  ner to procure a cake of snap,   and  while the excitement of the escape ai  the other prisoner was at its ifgA-hL  the latter greased his hand and   the  cull and had little difficulty in slipping    the iron band over his    hand  With only one man in charge his escape was easy.    S0 trace of the man  could be 'found.  , o-   fRANSPQBTATION COM.  IM MR. G.  CullBlNtt OF C.P.ti.  -~*���������  JUr. Geo. L. Courtney, ,,^_J_������t  Freight-and Pai-senger Agent; for the  C.P.R., was a visitor in Lads smith  today, having come up on the. S.S.  Henrietta from Crofton,- at v.-iih-ii  place hc speut yesterday. While  here Mr. Couitney was - uiterviewcd  by members of tlw*. transportatio.i  committee regarding the celebration  of Dominion Day in Ladysmilh, and  he assurred" them that he would do  what he could to help the ce-lemia.  lion (along. v Regarding the runnin,;  of\a steamer fiom Vancouver \ with  *a excursion party aiitard, Mr. Couitney thought it'might lie a hard  matter to Ii* up, as celebration day  c-iiies. on "Monday, and on that d.iU-  it������ .Joan would ha compellwl Ui  make her -regular trip to ' Nanainm.  ���������'However," i:aid Mr.-Courtney "sh'.*  might go' over to Vancouver fio.n  Nanaimo on Sunday night, lra-o  there early in the morning with the.  evcin sioiusts and return in time foi  her regular aftc-rnoon trip to Nanaimo from Vancouver. '���������  She could then  all here ani take the visiters   baeK.  lo the Terni'iii-i) City.  SHOT WOM-Atf; ��������� TIIEK lllMSEhl-'.  ' Findlay, Ohio,'June 0.���������Herbert  Osti'ander of St Louis, who has heiii  in this cily for some time shot Mi*..  Anna McKcc this afterno6n, killin������-  her instantly. He then turned tin-  revolver oii hiiuseli' wi'th, fatal eri*������**cf.  Mrs. McKec leaves 'three children,   1���������o ���������   R.  Harrup, Ohairnian,  Messrs. Sun  deiscn, Joseph Cartwriight,  Macklin,' ling.ne.ss  io ciimji.      mc .t.uiv...  ������.v.������.   - ������������������  .Retnold,   Rryilen,   Deeming.      - referred lo the sportsi committee for   r-ropos-ed ijirogcamme,.and it was sti-g-  PKINTIMt COMMITTlfiE. - eens-ideration. *|.' ...     ������     gosted" that    an illuminated   proces-  R.   Ifindniar.sh,   Chairman;    Mcssis. l    Att.er   'eonsiderabl^    discussion   oi  etc., fore   interesting items   on   the  Saii-dcis-Gii, Wef.vi-njg, B^by, Thornley a .plans  for-.the    celebration,     it  was   sion La the eveming wind up the   af-  ./  ^CX! ROUNDS '.COMMITTEE.*:; .*? - -,- moved.,and. sccundc-dritbat- the meetin.^���������t-arnoon's^entertaiiHTient- on--thfr--wa-  "II. ^Thornley," Chauman; Messrs. -R.' Vdjour-n  until Tuesday evening   next,   ter-  'Hin<traarsh,  Ryan,- Smith,    Washelt,"��������� when all the  su  MfSIC AND DANCE COaiMITTEE.,, outlined and give an estimate of thc  .subimitted" to  the gMieral-committce  'II.   Thornley,  ''Chairman;    Mcdk.xs.    appropriiition    which / 1'hcy will   re-   for consideration.  HORSE-WHIP-  FED IN HOTEL  Winnij**51^.. J>ii3./:���������A^woma^cxeaU  ed' a .great commotion  in the Queens  'ue.s-day evening   next,   ter.'- '  ulx-ommittees are   to i    Before   Tutadav evening    a-.pro-   hoK'1 sh?rUy alter-diniier-last^ftigh,  ul   of their programs   oramme    will 'be In  readiness,' and- '������  <'^S^ne-of  the- guests"   firrjm  -���������-.*. j- *-.   *.'���������.��������� ~������~Mi^r-A'imViif*t*i������' his -room," and then lashing hiim   &c-  WOPKON  WHARF ROAD  INSURANCE COMPANIES  SUFFER HEAVY LOSS  Washington, dune 6.���������The House  e'-^ nmittwj on agriculture heard  iiw ChiciVtfo 1'ackers today on tho  -nciI Reynolds report regarding conditions in I ho Chicago Packing hou  ses. .  The statement of the packers was  made by Thos. Wilson, Manager  for tho Nelson Morris Co , who said  that he was am umployeo of the  iNelson Morris Co , but in "this in-  stajttce he was authori/.od to speak  for all the Chicago Packers.  Commissioner Neil and Dr. A, D.  Melvin of the Department . of Agriculture were present. Mr. Wilson  made a geneiat denial ot conducts  as set forth. He asked tho committee to come to Chicago and spend  ct week of investigation of conditions. Some of the'sug-gtestions inado  in the report hc said, had already  been complied with by the packers  such as additional sanitary facilities.  There  was nothing    in the   charge  that  canned  meats  were   boiled     in  ���������water   to  "freshen them up."  Mr.  Wilson  said canned  meats     is  as   g*ood   after   live  years,   as    when  .at first pin up, providing   no air got  to it.  If ulr reached the1 'meat, it would  be spoiled. What tho cans were put  into hot water foi' was i-o soak olt  tho old label, which, he snid was an  injury to the appearance of looks /  on sale. He denied absolutely that  any diseased cattle or hogs weiv  prepareii for food. In every enr-  load of   cattle or hogs, he said some  were likely to be dead and some dis  eased. The'dead ."or diseased cattle  .were sent   to  tin.*   Standard    ruiuler-  ing   works,   whieh  was  a  very  differ-  ...  erent institution  than   the    Standard  Slaughtering    Company.  The    Rendering    Company      turned  the dead  and     de-sensed     meat   nto  grease,   which  was a product  in  manufacture of  soap.   . o   Winnipeg, June 6.���������An, eminent Ehg  hsk   financier,  Mr.    A.    G.  Dent,    is  hero   today      from      San  Francisco,  where he has hiK*n looking into   conditions   which    are   so   serious    from  the standpoint of the   Liverpool, Loi^  don and   Globe  Insurance     Co.,   the  affairs of  which    are in Mi       Dent's  hands.    When asked a.s  to the   com-'  pany's losses at   San Francisco,;   .ho  paid that  they  were far more     serious  than  at  first     anticipated   and  haw  been   generally  underestimated.  The net loss   to  the _ Insurance companies, he estimated at *5.'J00,O00,(\OO  The celebrated  Englishman has pre  viously visited  Kastorn  Canada   and  the   States,    but   this   is    the     first.  time he has  ever  been , to   .Western  Canada.     Ho was very  much  impressed   with  the great progress shown.  and   did   not   expect    to   seo   a   'city  with   buildings   aud    streets   wearing  .so metropolitan   an aspect.   While in  the   United   States,   Mr.   Dent   called  at Now Orleans,  San Francisco,   Chicago   and    New    Totk,       at   all     oi  which points the    company  of  which  ho  is   "tho head,,  has branch     offices  reporting direct    to  tl������p    head    office  in    Rnglnnd      Wh-en nsfced    ns to the  suffering   in   San   Francisco   Mr. Dvnt  said   ii was s,-\ere.    and  that   all cti>  tributions- made ' were   neexled.      His  own,   Company   contributed ������10,000.  As to tho Company's own  losses,,Mr  Dent   stated    thifc   they  had    not  yet  been   finally.     determined,     but he  would   not  discuss   the   effect   on    the  marl-et   of  the dispoq.il   of fire   com  panes'  assets   to   meet    f hese ^ heavy  tosses.  LABORERS NEEDED  BY  THE RAILROADS  One hundred thousand men are?.need to Seattle and the construction of  ed for railroad constiuction work, terminals in Seattle and Tacoma.  nnd thc lines building new roads are There is a shortage of laborers for  unable to, find them. Every road smaller railroad enterprises, and the  in the N'oit-huesi us short of labor- Ha-Timan programme in Oregon will  ers. but the Manic condition prevails call for extra help  throughout   ihe     country,   and   it   is  his -room," and then lashing hiim ar  verely with <a horse-whip, while,  standing in -the rotunda, witnifcii sight  of a large number ot people.- The  .story given by the woman is tha t  she ibid suffered a grievance at thr-  hands of tlie -man, for which the  courts of law gave no redress. She  had, therefore, taken the advice ol  her lawyer, who was a. witness to  Uie -whipping, and taken the law in  her own hands. | Tlie lawyer mot only  gaie thc advice, hut, when the man  turned on his tormentor, he interfered to save his client.  No  information was laid.today   in  the police court.  Four menjare ��������� employed     on    the.  new wharf. road today'and it is   the  jnt<sntio:i���������tQ, increase. ihe, Ltatcc.lj-~y~^  lAlcndtty^jbxt.'io^a^'wiriv ,\vill pro-"  , cetd" much* 'faster";  " ProCaahLjr   alxw t v  L'.e'n men Avili be. "en^hgeil by, Monday  by  Foreman'Trudell.     Soins of   the  larger stumps aie being  attacked^ uu ,  the'Esplanade below the Ktan'c Hotel   to:lay,  and one  or two  men ain  engased"in hruJhing o������t a roswl fioiu.  hear the' ibeach.  MLEX LOSE  STTincn.  Montreal, June 5.-The strike ...'  the employees ��������� of the Do.nin.on  transportation Company ended today in a complete victory for ������������������,0  company thc men accepting lhi>  tevms. which they refused on Salur-  dav. The> struck for SI.73. but  at  the old  rate of >*��������� <���������"  ARBITPATORS  CHOSEN  Mr. Davis today informed lhe  .AtlH  letic Committee that ilie had. chosen  a gentleman . to . act a,*"  one   bf^   the  -arbitrators     in   the sports \ grounds  ^jucstion, and-the gentleman he names'  is Mr, J.   McClellen.   Tho corn-mitWe  n.tvr V-hoscn Mr. F;  Shepherd, of Na-  'maiino,   ihe-'gentleman   wlio: recq^lly  i reported on  tlie    .grounds.., for     lb.-  iconimittee,   and  as.soon as   it-    can  he arranged I'or tnese two to    liuct,  they are to choose ,a third, w.hou tli.:  papers, contract,   etc.,   will be ioo*'.<-  .c-il   into,* the grounds  viewed,   a->d  a  decision givea.  MISS  MAY  SUTTON WINS  at  \<>>\st  7.001)  men   for th  :���������!;,: Xj LOGS SFRUNK  CONSIDERABLY  the  A   LONG   RIDT3.  Liverpool,   .June   15.��������� There   was     it  (ine  attonduiuie  today  when  play ' in,-  the   Kiig-lish ;   Coimties   tennis   ������������������huni-  pionship  (.-ames   was  most,    interest   I'ocussed  lus  match   in   wtiich  Miss.   May *p Sutton,     of 'Pasndonn,   '. Cal...  met   , iliss.  ���������Sturton of Lincoln,     -It  was n-' -Ji(' jn  the second  round,' hut   Miss.    '{Inrloii  experienced   little   difficulty   in     quali-  thought it.   was a  question  us   to  the  .ri.uo.ir.oiix.   'piino.rp.ni[| -cqi ui     Sui.Vj j ersoxa  puis on  mo rgin    by   which  Mi  would    win.     She   gav  and   driving   and   serving-     with great-  power    triumphed  C.-l, 0-1-     3*- i>5 the.  general   impression   that    the    American   will   retain  iiw*.   national     cliam-  Roug-hly  computed,     railroad  men  ,.������������������, M!l ,, ,,, ..       figure  that at   least "30,000   laborers  impossible to  rtinw  upon any section     *   .  are needed in  this state and  British  to secure men   lor   work here ,,   .      , . , .. ' .  t Columbia  on lines either now  under  The Northern I'ar-.ilic is employing construction or about to be commen-  10,000 nieti;' in construction -work ced. ' This means'that'tho labor shor  west of Billings ancl could use sever, tajjo ia const.ructio������ work elsewhere  ul thousand more if they could be se- in tha United States is approximate-  cmj-ed.    Wkon  the Croat Northern be-   ly   7(J,OCJ.  gins active construction work on its' None of .the contractors has smgg-  line east oi Now Westminster to meet ested a way out. ot thc la-bor shor-  tlie road building west from Midway tag**. Jn other branches oi indus-  \ the same number of men could be try employing- common labor there is  employed in Soul hern British Col--already a shortage that, shows men  uinbia. cannot   be   drafted, from   that    d������r-  .   Chicago,   M-ilwiiukee, and   St.    Paul  ection.  officials ore pi-act icaUy ready for thc'���������    Hill  contractoJrs,  tlrst   in  the   field,  couimonccmMit  of -construction  work,   have collected most of the men they  |Wheij  the \vo'-k is under way   n   this- need   and   are   in  a    IrKitter   position  ' '-i -t"    -"i   least ^.10.000  men   will   bo   than the lines 'Which are yet. to as-  They will   be distributed at  soinblo   their  forces.   Moreover,     thc  Sent t!<*      lo   tins   Idaho   Hill  lines  will   not need      a forco as  long'as'the.other, roads ,and will not  will need  foe)  the   lahor nhortagc as koenly as  4 Tl CM PTC D rVIURDER  Al VICTORIA  state,   ������.t  ..wanted,  p'.-ints   from  .^tat���������e line.  iTnion   Pocitic  J. Buller pires Twice from Ambush at Miss Halewood. Jealously Thought to be Motive  cont factors  extension the   others.  -At Jeast. a hundred thousand feet"  i9  lh0 ,sti,i.a,o that. Mr,  J.  8.    Emr  ihe  shrinkage  or  loss  COMMITS  SUICIDE  Victoria, H.O., June 7.-(Special), ous attatfc  Fited at twice by a former lover, police,  by. the name of J.' Ruti-er, while on  the way to deliver a message from  the Policy household, ."Emtfiiinalt  ioad, was the experience of a young  lad/   named    Alary Halewood   this  who- in  turn notified the-  A patrol' of soldiers arrived on tho  scene of the attempted Inuinier, lirs,i.  and took the would-be assin iu  change- Bntler was later taken o.ci:  by the police, ami" is now  being held  morning.  Utitler Wtis concealed in a thicket,  and a������ tho girl passed, he raised his  gun and fired twicv.', none of tho  shots,  fortunately,  taking effect.     . f  on a charge ot. attempted, nui-idci.  The trial will take jlace  tomorrow.  In the meantime an .-invcsti-giation.  will l.>e held and expert opinion oh-  tained. as  to the main's sanity. ^  Butler, is a deserter-of (the H-t-.A-.  thought that Miss  Hale-  Dominion City, June 7.- Robert  Wwrtley Emery, an old resident.here  was -discovered, in Ids house here  to-  *3.,t i'r I    vve   i.i      -mill ���������?     till      l   lt       *             ������ ,   WilO     ^������l^*-w ��������� ���������*---"     ��������� ���������  ���������IU eqi ...  ^l^SZin^ booms while in the ' ui ut  by  his neighbors   with   the top  iss.  May  Sh,..tonf of   og������ -������on._ lnSpec.or    Skin-; (/his head blown   off.     Everything  ave   no^''^';;^'     "^   Hligatio...   which \   olnts.    t.0    delicate   suicide     *o������i  The frighted ^^^^^^l'^^^ of   -his   unec-  ^r^r^^V^dt   t,. rendered him desperate.  n.-r    ponding   recent   litigation,   which   points  suited nil  in Mr-    l'^ucrson's favor,   .barrels  su,^  rnosday-s  World".     When  qx.eri-j having  led" as  to  wind her ho  anticipated any | lie  HEAVY  DAMAGES.  New York, June   5.���������  A jury      re-  warded'   John    Delahanty   a   verdict   months and  four   days     His     ho,se_  for  the    full  amount    of his     claim   an English bred animal,  wns m good  in  his suit fof-    845,000 counsel  fees   condition   when   the journey  was hn-  St Petersburg, June 0.���������Capt. pkmship. Despite the ; recent ' tfme  ByieiT, who left the'front in. Man- ' form of Miss. O. 1). Douglas, wh-o is  cliuria shortly after the peace treaty 'considered her most dangerous rival  was signed, arrived in St. Peters-j In' the ladies double Miss. SiitUon  burg- today. He rode the entire dis'and Mrs. IliUyard, Iind a woik over  lance   (about   8,700 "miles)   in   eight j the .Misses  yuirton.nnd   Oixrtoa--     M-  S.    Khodes,   of Bbstoh^'   liad    far    a  pni-tner   rl  nJilliculty    in  Toronto.     June       C,-At   lo'clock  thos morning   Amos Switzer was dis  covered   i������   the  Niagara   rivet  hundred feet above the foils.  Ud poles    were thrown  he refused   aid.  Ho was carried rapidly down till ho  settled    in Stuartlburn  ttiswicL I   ������������ ��������������� .hirty-five feet- from  twenty years ^ and .vas wel������|c.^t on a -^^ ^   the  Tin*,   when  he  sudden.y   disappeared  June 1st and lhe. authorities'had  He   will,  on  to   deliberate  suicide,   both  of   a  double   "barrelled   gun  been  fired oft   by *   st-rimg,  settled    in BtuartSbutn  district  Ave'mq'clew of his whereabouts  Rop������a:-.be brought   back   to the hospital.  to him, but t ~~  \\\$VMAXA.>.  National   l.**iVijue  Standing  Won.      .Lost.  the lost  logs,  ikig said:     "Git,  ���������against Richard Canflold -for legal  ser\dces after district gttorney' Jerome's raid on Canfteld's gambling  house in this city.  ishod. ���������  ,The Captain's orderly, who was his  sole companion, had a Mongolian  mount.  I don't think there  ^-7*1 "be anv trouble- about that. As  the government has   lost  and knows  W������ould lose   "S������in T   fuUy    ������XP0Ct;  that the Rhortase will bo.made good  tor  in   the .preliminary    round  of}��������� \    Ml- 1()gs    as ne    ve-  Kcntlemons- dmibhW  and   tlie.^   two ihas ibeein xisi .g   ���������   ���������        ^ ^ ^w    .^  won   comfortably "o^e,  th*  broUhereA quired  them    unt, _   ^    (&  Hugh   and "Harry    Peace    of     .tiver- the hands o    the i  ' amall fraction ot tne ioba  -ndtiivg   restitution   for  I over ������������������*..*.,   ;���������--���������-, - ,  Mr. Emerson this mon, | laiown     He was (born nea*: Letter   th^ ^ ^ ^  Engliind  Chicago  ...  ' New'. York  NO RISK NOW.  New   York,   June   8.���������The    announcement -that "messages    were accepted  at owner's risk   owing   to the earthquake  and jhro   in  San  Francisco    is  Low withdrawn, and the Commercial  Pacific Cable   Company   accepts messages without restraint.  r;t^I������. rescued at ,2:06   Pittsburg      Frcm tneic ne l*hiladelphia   ..  a.m. by Patrolman Batts ana   i  U������ Conroy. who went  out -to   hun , ^'   ^J      ������on the  ^department extension lad .B^^-J  dStz������r   was   t,ron^t    to   Toronto   Boston  from Sutton, Ont., suffering with nor ,  vous trouble, and was placed in . the  *. .-      ^ ^ %<  !neTVous  ward of   the  general    hospr-    ���������*������**** ^nt0 3.  tal here on May, 10.    He was impro-      Newark 2,   Tor  .-...31.   29  ...26  ...26  .    ..20  .. *.A8  ...   -x~  ,..1'2  15  15  19  21  2-V  .2T  . 23  31  Pet.  .07 L  .G-"*'.*  .50i >  .477  .10(1  .38(1  .27<J  Eastei-n -League.  pool   6-2-,   6-0-  r?i.  mr.: , "***-
Published   every   day   except Sunday
" _BY-
'     ^        ,   SUBSCRIPTION.
;-One Year  (in advance)     $5.00
������One Month     50 cents
J tine
l-^**'.-;'" **  *s  *lifl'<-'iilt     lo     kucss   whv     n
rh;-- vs��h"ouJ<J he so  "eneialh   lesaidcd     a'*
I   /n,   > I      -'"'it    ..;
". r-ijuponiplimeiitaiy (o ipcji of a ��*,111
Tj. Jas -"amlaihle.j' wh*,, any woman
^ should resent the epithet as spplied
' .vto"herself, .or reduce riom it a'* des-
>���. ' criptive of anothet tliat lhat othci
���������_��.��� is remarkable neithei for beauty noi
",-\, for t brains and is ptoba.bly vilhoai
-I " ':strengthj-pf character. The definition
' ,-, ( of vthe-.word as guen by standat.l
?" _ ,dicfaou**-.ri<&l us "uotthy to he Jot-
- -pd-l'V-and suiely nothing can he moic
|<* i (desirable Jn a person v.ith vsh) nn one
',' j4 is  to, live, than sweetness 0l  tcinpet
* '  * Thci'�� are few .qualities wliic-li i^o so
.; '"     iaP  -to insiuie   the  liarppiiu--s.s   ot  then
_>       possessor,  ccilainlv nine winch ni|.uUes
"-    ''more v'��or^ that ol  othei   people   Kimr,
AJ^SoJoinon.dcclaieri it "ihetu.*i   to dwell
>jn  a ".'bornei    of  the  housetop    than
--j; j   with a hjrawli.'ig  woman in  a     wide
;:'��   house.'.',^,Gpo(|   humor   and   ud   aie
ly<[     the,"two ruitucs   winch   do most     to
*^* ^ smbolh the pathway of  life,  and  (he
r ,  '   latter, is rarely perfect  unless acicmi-
|��*rVV' Pa-nkd'by.tlie former.
I*' '-���-       **1   .    "   v.*   '-      "
L: ( ^ "���;���<������ ,  j��   if.        i	
|x"��i.~Jfc��.*s-afa>o a singular thing-thai ie*
(?*_*l people hesitate to confers ' lo a
��>.-'*luickVtenipci     "But it  is  o\*ei  in    a
j-.', -'>*,flasili,i\'Tthey say complacently So
j~-<-is>-a- -quick -knife-thuist oi -i stm.Qin��
*i-Vii,.w9rdN*-.}lut the  harm  which   lasts     a
|;^;-,',(Jitetiiiie^may be done m an instant,
.,-.. ���' and.vthe.cdnsemi-ence of an outjhuisl
-\"^     of ^temper    aie     often  nieim��lia,tile
|VCc - iTiiere J'are few' haidei   to  get   aloa^,
"j,*"    with,-jew.who  do     more   to     unset
-(n <--.    , j *i *���
^    , the-,peacevaiid c��mfoif  of dail*     life,
��� -  " , than ; those who spea'*  hastily, in tho
-    stkddeiii squalls  pas-smo   lll-lempci  and
���_'    ^ who, ^when-they are as'*iain   in    "ootl
'-" ,*   humor,,expect everything to be   just
as^itywas befoie
J.X. Smith's
Resturant and lodging Rooms
-Fiiel   Avenue=
1 ���*-���   J       ?s    .    *     ���"
-,   i , Cheap Flooi   Polish.
IsVJTt-   Save' ,"all  the emh of can-lies,   put
]-"i>   -the-in in" a  jai, and melt on  a stove,
'"���'*   ^'mix-with" enough  turpentine  to niaKe
a" soft,"paste,  and  yon   will   have  an
* excellent' polishing matenal   foi   oil-
cloth^.hinol^'ni,  etc,   which  will cost
Wi ,       you .haxdl-v- anything
-To^iReirtove Ironmotild ��� To one
pint", of"boiling water add half a Lemon, sliced (no-peel) and a nood
hu-ndfuKof coars.e salt.. 'Ihiow in tho
article, and lioil in a laii^e eimmiel-
led saucepan for half an Jioui, when
all traces of lronmoul'd disapjH'.ii
Rinse in   waim   water aftei
Table^Linen���Table linen should always be washotl |��y itselt, and all the
stairt> should be iemo\otl jjefoie wash
wig". VTeaj eofioo or finit stains can
be;-removed by holding the stained
pact over a basin, then splinkle it
with."'  .jiowderod      borav,    and    pom
It does nob  require an
expert to clean out the  flues
of the " Sunshine " furnace���
the only tool needed is a brush
which is   supplied   with every
Olea-n-out door3 are plaood. ia the *  ������///:/!  ! I
ca&ii.a, and the brush can easily be inserted.
This heater just bristles with exclusive features such as
automatic gas. dampers, large double feed-doors, steel dome,
double shakers and steel radiator.
If you -want tbo best furnace made get the " Sunshine."
Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.     Booklet  free.
London. Toronto, montreaii.
Winnipeg.   Vancouver.
St. John.   hamh7ton.
IfllWl �����������*W���' *��li < I WIIH IIIWIWH,��� III!  lllllll I 'If"' _2    "���
-n       'XIL
sfer stable    Esquimjilt   & Nanaimo Haiiway
t    PIANOS,     ORGANS    ANUllOUSEIlOLU     i-UKiSl 1'L H'    AlOV
Time Tithle Ko. fig
stables in tlu* tear of Ihe Ladysmilh holi-1       Uam   I'l-Um  at   Ha     ��� . Effective  April 2!lth,  lSIOfi. I
^tables in iiu I,ar 0I ' e^oyt8       f(1Tj :!      Jraiu.   leave-.i*��>smith  for  Victoria and  all   i.itcrme<!iate  stations    at
_        pnoP   *   !> ,0 A'm' iUily> amJ at 5 ���� P'm' ou   ^edne5,'!'1.'s. Satin da\s,    and     Sun-
-.4^V4+4+++-*:-rt-.' i-Ht+Ht+^+t^*-** ���T��***^.-**"''< ���    ,[ Trains  lea\V ladysniith' lor  WelliiiKton  and  all   liiterniediate station*
al  1167  am   daily,  and   at 700 p.m.    on    ttednesdavs,  Satin (lavs   an-5
Sundays.     < '    v
Uxcu-sioii Tickers.
. , ��� <>X SALE TO  AND   FROM ALL STA I'lONf!
g.md fo>   goiDfi  Jon me v   Saturday    * nd Sundays,  relnniT-j.  n,-*t latei than
the foliowiiii*   Morula}'.
���  Sfefcffier Joyn���-
sail*> from XaJvsmith .or v^^, P . ��� ���,. .���4
' '.v^r WW yitnrtlay at C 00 a m. and
rettiinmc sails from   Vaneoii.er     for^ 'ladysmith ai 2.30 p m.
IlaMng taKi'D ^\ei   lhe  bnrbt'L shop
known    as      tlu   Ladvsmith Sh iving
~ "> t< r   "i-1  2T>   ,lS l'.*?i .?/ ���
��� i   <��, * *t-�� ��� ii, 11 .,ii   i.��: d      h ** '1
Paiiois, High St , I  lnlend, \,y Keep i
,nE competent -woiMncn,   to comlnci     ���'�� <*"�� *'������ "^    vu"\v'v'-""      *
spec! fully  solid-*  your patronage j
,,-��),.(.     , rvi/iP    ' P. tUYMliS, Proprietor.
1I.0.AS  LEWS m   ViSC0UVEIt ���_ ,
Best accommodation for transient
mil peruianent board* rs st.d lo'igera
This ne*w Hotel ba-i been coiufort-
a'dy finiiished and llic ha"] is up-to-
d*.<�� Hales %) 00 a day and ��P-
WM   BEVERinaE,  Trop
EcJola**;*}''   ���-���   ~? -"   '-" T^**��raitli
STl  VM 111 All.ll
' .-������j.M'K-SIbU    KOOM-s
wiiiti:   HOOK -
white i'\noR-r
Employed Only
(Half Block from Depot.)
OA'IAOni'J   STHRET-     Ladysmith
BAR St!l I'lJl-O-W'lUH BErT
A.J. Mc/V.URrKJFi, Proprietor
l>b\SMnH,   .t
Ihe Ladysmith Hardware Co,, Sole Agents
Ihiouqh  boiling   walei.
The  fust place  of woislup in  *.vei.t-
���     . 'iim Anstiaha was tinitt)nc in two ics-
InK Stains ���Ink can be ic-iiwe-d 'lj(,cll>_||le niatctials 0f winch it was
fiom hun hi soa'on-. the pan in '-, Il(j An(* .lX]^0 ihe'se\eial pntpose.-.
milk, oi bv spiukliiiu, on sail oi le- 'lo ^])lc|, l(j vu��� devoled This to-
nioii Jtnce, aiidpoujing tluoiiyh "lloil- ,���aika.hle buildin-. was made at Potth
jug water while the hnui is lidd '|n soi(|IOISi ^101ily 4fiei then .unci, a has in . I . , r ,,, , . .
_                            r'     j\al   in   182!),  aiHl   was. comjiosed     al
l-Vwnt Stains ���- Pan.t -,Uuuis UL '"'nsl, entufJi . i buln.shes In addi-
tlothe-s may he lemovcd by applying, tion to its use*, on Sun'ay foi div-
u laile spirits oi 1uipeiil,iiie to lhe nu* wcnslii]), il oicisionallv served
.stains Rub lhe parts \ciy caielul- tU t1II .np^ftMn theal-i tluun... ��� tin
1), and afterwAids hang the ga* meal
out m   the an   to  ttd it  oi thu smell
Newb' tilted ti]' and
Good tables and good
Bo..rd at reasoir.b'.c
The bar is extra well
*���"* tI % 7^*r*tJ'1Tm  . I* '"���Iff J
licUt andM'rtJiihts,.Oflice,*j?.ri,     R T< *    <
(io,cinji��nt ;*>!trwu-\ :  ���    -| JfaHS"
Lo\^V Excursion f]
Rates        ...|a
%     Round Til|>. jJ,
4Sai!y srm^ Tickets ^7;
Trains Daily
Th�� New "fruhi
ot Uie spirit.
-wco'f and rluiuia, (he  whole   tune   as
a   hai i aeks
'I o Clean Bottles ���Kim-lv cut potato paimgs ami amwionia will clean
hotiths Vnothei \\��av is lo paitlv
hit the hottle uilh shot and water
md shake well
The Sultan ~of Tmkev is far fiom
Ijenig an indolent soteieign lie has
been drseri't.-l as thc "lmpciiial o iri-
ticl," a designation which is not
niaprropuate, for hn wotts on an
aiciaee of Ij houis  ,i day
F0t   Cut .��-laSs_T0 preserve  alass-   *""L^,,u' , "" n ,'   "'V,
,   .     , ,   ,    , , ,        Su    (hailes   Afek-alfe,   the   eon.sull-
waie anil  to  keep it looking its   est, ,     ,.      ,..'   , ,
,     ,    -.   . ii inir eiHj;iiKei    o    he   Hho-desian     iail-
eare      must     he   taken    in  haiKllm', 1    ^      ^. , ,,, ,    ,
... "     w.us,   (hums  the  woikib  iceoid    foi
-*" ""i T---T-- f r ���
Minard's Liniment Co . Ltd
iv"~Gentsr=~ I na\e used yoni i\fIK-
ARDJS- LINIMENT in ' my fain ily
and-also, in my stables for ^ears,
and consider it the best medicine oih-
(aJriahle.     Yours  truly,
Proprietor Ro\ton Pond  I to 1^1    aiul
Livery Rtables.
tieanni"   and   pohshin-j,
Wash line glass as quickl\ as pos-
sihle Standing in water f,.i aii\
lenjriii ���i Liiv-e tends l() lake the Ins
tie horn lU cut tin-; Put due piece
at a lime inl0 the watci, wash,
niise, and set tn div li a dish it,
sticky linsido fill iL with lukc-waim
soda and diake i.nlil Iht* sutface l,e-
vins (o tleat
Get What You
Ask for
Unscrupulous dealeis have
Jbccn known to place inferior
boots in out cartoons and ic-
pireseixt them as "LECKIR
BOOTS." Don't he imposed
upon. There are no otheis
The abo\e trade ma'rl. is in*-
delilbly branded on thc solo
of every genuine "LF.CK1E
BOOT." It stands for ALL
resist the roughest western
���Ask- lor  ancl   INSIST   upon
Aus-liali.i pissesses n laiiiir nun^isi*
of chinches in pioi oitiion io Ihegntiin-
kei of its inhabit arils than am oth-
t'i ci /unlit HKi^tlu* woilrl .Theie aie
21 n chinches lo cnci; 100,(Kill people
in thai conn (it England lias only
III  and  Russia oil.out 35.
Items in the hist sj.ie.U athletic
ineetintr he''l in ( lima, which took
place at Canton, werc aiithmetic
laces ' Piuuls irom schools tamed
slat *s and pciKils, aiwl m thecoiusc
of the i,ui l.he\ ctu-oti n.'iec a hi.it1--
1 oat-1 conl,iimiiii .' s'l.n to ],t soh-
"'I The ho-s \w i e himl up as th"\
icidi rl t'ie jc."1! mid thoiC whoso
(.��li ul.it n Ms win* ttion^ weie, then
cliinin.ilid Tl in *-l tlncc ldl ,u
tlie   line  wete  (otinlcil   winner4*.
iapii'1 tonstiiiction on the laihoad
a.lo c \'u-tona Falls Fi\e and
tlnee tpi.ut ms miles of liack weie
'md  in  12 liMins
\1 1-Miciniei tlie FrciKh Muuslei ol
Wai, i.iin.fd in < n the tunic of Lieu-
len^nt Lafoiii, *who was k|lle-il at
Lens, the Cio��.s of lhe* Legion of
TL < ' ' ' - �� \cs Latoiir'**' time
daii^ht'is lhe i ii^l>t of ojdnnssion to
n>e of the ' chools or the Legion of
Uonoi, anl it is consideitd a gieat
lion ot lo line keen educ-ilol in one
of I hem
This   Hotel has    Lf-en   completely   "   renovated.
Board a&d Edging $1.00 per day."  .
JOHN TI"'.A, Proprietor i
SUr  Supplied   *ith  the Hc-^t   Wines, 1st Avenue   -   ���-:,���-��� Ladysmith B.C.
LKjuoib and Cigars.
R, Williamson Prop
'St. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.
..��u��..^..(.,��..��..*..*..��..��^��-�� ����������-������
we nre making HEATERS and RANGES of
Latest styles and Newest Patierns--Wedo
Al J kinds of Foundry and Repair Woik
Nickc'!-laUna in ail its branches a Specialty
Ladvsmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld
The Train ol
l^se,   Elegance,  l'^xtellence.
E\ety mile, a  picture,    ami
' i��q smote stpf, spoil the  'view.
'"''Through <:ompartmeirtf, JOb- -
S'sei-vatioii- and .Pullman --'Sleep-'
ii*rs---.jia!ia* .,Thr6ugh,�� Tourist-,
^CAML.to CJiieago.    , ���    ��,
At an^ic Ste��m��hi>|Bi����ine���� lo Europe,
��� is our Spscialty -
-���Uii ll^-- ' r     i.   *j \   . i        ' -,     ,        J
- , Union    Terminals   with   all
..SU-ainer lin^,  -..,
���^ Ifertli .reservations by  wirel
^-jGreat.Nortjiei.ii S.S. Cu.*f
' Ste;uiiships, Minnesota and Da- ���
,'Jcota sail .from Seattle, for ,Ja-
g��&au ' **.lll*I*^.in*j'V9^s'��i*��� Ir?"
riStta*}-esr can- he.seeuced, upon ap-,,
^pjiea^ion Ut ajBy..19reaJvNorth-
.jeiu representative.; ^'
^r.   JA.Q.P.^T.TiSeattle^ Wash.
Trains ^��*^ Train;
On Sale M��.y 21, 25, 2(5.
Ir,    J
To   New Haven, Con.   WM
Inly   10  to  15.
August  7, s, a
' Milwaukee
Sept. 8, fl, U\
June 4, G, 7, '2'1   25.
���   duly 2, 3,  Aug   7, 8, <J.
For p,aticiilai& (all  on     or
T wute K   M. lllackwood, Gen-
eial Agent,   Virtoiia,  11.C.
-A.   D.    Charlton,  A.O.P.A.,
N.P.,' Portland, Ore.
\o .
'" ,
M, li'n^.1|l.,ifi
i-jcciv. ft��T'    -'ii riii f(i
V, as���/,��� NURSicr am* -
HOW   TO  HRRAK   UP   A CO'.-'*
It,   may  he a biirpiise  to I'.uny   '-j
le.an that a severe cold can he completely    broken up     in  one oi'     t\>o
dajs'   time      The  fr^.1  s\ mo', >ms of
a cohl   is.  a   di\,   loinl   lou',11,   .i fio
fuse ^ateiy discharge -ion '.'e   >��� ���>o,
and   a  thin,   white  ((iitri--   . n      He
tongue.     Uhen  Chamilicrlam's   Coin.'!]
remedy is taken e\ciy hotii   on     t'.i-
liist appcaitince i.f  Dies-    s\ inplom**,
it, counteracts the  cnc( t  of thc cohl
and restores thc system to  a 1 "il-li,
(inidit on  within a   d,i\   oi   t��.o    Fei
aale hy LanVsmilti   Plmi tn.iey
I     TWI
P. O. Box 42.        f
WM    MLINSIE,   I'lcsidenl     J   W.   flOHUltN, Alanaging  niiector
Telephane 4-h. ���*^xC;i��B
\k Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd
6 Ask for
Manufactured by
J. LECKIE Co ltd. i!f
MILLS    AT   '.riPDICK   AND   LADYSMITH-'     -   *���� vm*m
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���s ���������*-.r  SBSBC  *.���������������.'   '-������������������h.c **���������������������������������'.'-.  M. ft; SIMPSON  Solicitor,  Etc.  Money   to   Loan  t. Avtnu? UOYSVI H  LADYSMITH    TEMPLE,    No.    5.���������  Rathbonc Sisters, meets in The Odd  '    lellows' Hall    every  2nd    and   4th  >     Tuesday, at 7 30 p m.  , MRS   KATE TATE,  M   of R. & C.  CESH.NS  TR'.DE MABKS  AND COPYR.GHT&  OGUINEO  ��������� Is  i Charges inoiffaU. No fee till patent 5a secure-".  [       Letters strictly confaueutial.   Addrtbs,  LE. G. SiGGERS. Patent Lawyer,VVaslilngton, D.C  STENTS  > ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY  [Notice in " Inventive Ago"  Hoot "How to obtain Patents" |  Or. Dier can he found at an> tin-  at his office on Gatacre st. His de'1  tal work is jt-.arantecd to be flrs'  < Uss and rates^reasonable ������i  Express Work  BBssaani  Any  \  ;'  i  \ \  Kind  NEWS NOTES          FROM/NANAIMO  tho  L'     A     1>     Williams     l'roMiii lal   (Ifun*.-  f    Warden   liom  V.incoin ci,   is  Ik >  i  .     CllV  El  V  (*  G  SKI-1   J  LIGHT TIvAMING  Wood and Bark for Salts  KEMP.   OR LEAVE    ORDERS  umi  ��������� W.. CARTER,  TIRST   AVI-M.I  PHONE     6-0  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATRR WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the ollice     on Roberts   Street* ������  lay Water     Rotes, between lhe 10th   -and-the 25th of each mmlh  Office Hours I P. M. 4.30  I.f BLAND  1     SUPERINTENDENT.  Hirst Class !  KlGS FOR HIRE  WOOD   ami   BARK  For Sale and  Delivered  *- / " ( ������  EXPRESS WORK t  DAVID JOHNSON.  PHONt: 66 , LAfJYSMlTH  r������..������..������������.������.������������������������.������.���������������.������������������������������������������������ a..  ������������������������������������-..  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������>���������..���������.������������������������������������.������������������.���������������������������.������.���������������..���������������������������������������������������.���������  GENERA!  OT  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  ,      Al  THE  ��������� o  LEDGER  Office  ���������g-O-0  1st Avenue  Mr Thomas rJ'a\ lor, an old Lime  Nanaimoite, tm-npd n Inwi. yester-  d.iv iroin t'nnibei lami Mr. Ta> loi  has disponed ui lus shun- in thc dim  berlnnd  Iuimhos*. tu   Mrs. ln\ \i-i  . \ .        n - a '. ' i   ws l  will  lccturo  in' tho Spiritualist   Hall  Mi-.->   li'dlj,   li\ingtat   homo,      and   a  son.   Mr.    Kobe'-t   l'miglc*,       who   te-  i    ''���������        10   '       -,!lX137j;/ .  hides  n\ this city.  "     j i .        j f      i:  Tint iuncr.il will Utivo place on Sat-  urday at 2 o'clock irorn t,he familj  lesident.* at/ \V--lhrigton to tlu- Xa-  naTiuo  Cf-rnc-tci v.  .T.    t\     CMaiscock,   u   university  sin  ���������dent  of   California  thu " Windsor.   3ti.  is   regisicicd "at  ���������a .guand  on   .Sunday   evening,   dune' iO-ih" and j' ���������_ '  w/ir.'gi'vv ' KOltMEK  Mis   Ooodl*ind of Tacoma  XAXAIMOITE    KILLED  )      r  llnri.s   I'm met  Mi  was   a   ))fi<?scngci  0  i it v on  the li    1  oi Cumberland  u *.ii'idav to this  UiUicl     llni-rv  in  i  tends lcsidn'_ b.-i<- m tin* fnliiii*,  and on Rmn'.iy viii be found playing* I bird l.usc loi tho locals in  th." game iiftiiinst i'hi- Victoiia Koi n-  woods  Mi and "Mis llnrry  spending a fc\ dnvs  I'hoj  w ill  rfl urn lioiii<;  Wilkinson aie  in YancoiKcr  on   Friday.  spiut messages , on  the  sauio    evening.     A collection   will  be talwen up  al   tho door."  ���������I  \\\ tth u new road along tho   EspUm  iul-> and ������i n������-w whan m a convenient  pb.ee   tho   -probable   draining    up   oil-  <i   large acoriifjo   oi  land   surrounding |  the   tity.    the* eveciion   of"Domufioi? I  ''Word was rctpjwdiiu the cd\),-*,*���������>-..  triday - .fiom    Huvciibtlalo,   Washington, to thc feilect   that^He*, w'oo-1 MiL'  l'"S,   a  fonncj- Jvsidem ' oi   this    nij  wu>   KilltfO   in    the X-awson    iii uie   ^t  Mai  killed   in   'ilie' "Law.son  u r '  --       l     -  lihick    Dihiriond   on *'ifondai,  .    '    . < (  ClasscoiU.     was  at   SanFranusco,   bc.ng   a  cadet  at  ther university       Uc   usual-  i ��������� -   ' J'  ly spends his   vafation   in   th<*  woods  withjSurvey  or  timber ciui-^eis    and  thoifght   this  .>e.ison   be    would    -\ i=-  u   Vancouver island lor. a change lit  will  lea\e    lor    Uuiuburlan<l   lo    join  Abe   Alexandoi       Mtliathern 1   tunbei  <-i-uis,ing   pai ty  '  LITTLE TOTS  LAID AT  REST  who   wa->J  Tlin  Inland  Uc\enne  i-ctinns  loo  the  iiasi   month       won-    Mull,   SI l.������T !19,  sf.irils,     *?,:mi! 10,       tolwuo,   4*0-2 IO,  'U'ir.us,  *->i:lftim,  Uiiul Ss'lTUfi 0.">  T   -  Mis E Shahcspcaro, Halibuiton  ^ti'ccl, has been MSiimg for a ������<'ck  with Mrs .v.rf.nh SbiiKespear.', Vic-  loi'in sin' will i.-turn home by the  Irofjimis    i his cncpii.^  |    Miss   T)c\!in,    BtiK Un ud st root, will  lioavn   tb.s morning    nn a slioi t   \ is-  i *���������*  jit lo ln*i- sisU'i.s    who   lesidc  in    \ it-  Miners' Drilling - Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT  SHORT NOTICE?     DRILL*  SHARPENED BY US     ALWAYS    GIVE SATISFACTION.  .���������PICKS HANDLED A  NI> REPAIRED-^-  '      '  -S II IPSMITHI NTr    IN   ������ 4L L *I T S" *B R A N CIIES  Horscshoers and Genera* Blacksmitns.  Bviller Street   -      -    -      -  Ladyafnitb, B *^  ���������M***j*^h-H*^-^**-*r**r-fr-^  t   '  f  ICE!    ICE!    ICE!  mm..  1   DiJi  X  *  Will be Del he rod on  Mondiys,* Wednesdays.  Fiidiys and Saturdays  Or.h'is must be in by eleven o'clock ou day of  Delivciy,  Union  Brewing Co  Limited  iMANAIMp    B. C.  *H^-*������^:**iH**,I*-*H*-+,i**^^  JE8EKAL"bXPEESS AND  -   DELIVEEY  ' WORK PROMPTLY   Di.  I .cave' orders at the* Abhotsloid.  Dr. R. B. Dier  i  ������������������%,,.Surgeon Dentist  All work   guaranteed  and at  rnason-  nhle  rutes.  RE.SIDKNCE   AND OFFICE  Gatacre M  Ladysmilh  Open at all hours.  HILBERT  xssaistsaaes!aSj*\  .UNITED '"'AWOlKfif "'"ORDER1 Or  DRUIDS,   ;  Weiliugtou  Giovu   No.' 1   U.  A. O.   i  Meets   in (|.c  1>0   O .'F. Hail, I .i-  dysuiitli, "~tlie   .**/cioiid   and     Foiirli  Wednesday.*--" o' each inontli, ('omiiu-r.'  ir.g ���������Wednesday. .'l31'h..   11)05.,  Vlpiting  Druids     art* ir.vlt^d  tr- ,u  tcud.  Hy Order.  WM   RAFTER, Reef Sect.  PATRICK BTTRIC. N.   A  J. PIEBCY & GO.  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTBING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  -.'--"���������-"ETC.J .  WHOLESALE; aaY GOODS  eXCELLENT  Train Service  utoou ���������^���������i**-'?'**!1'**!1'*->���������?*t  CH1CAQ0, LONDON,  HAMILTON, T0R0HT0,  SOI^TRliAL, QUEBEC,  Portland; boston,  AnJ ilie r-rliicilial HusIiicbb Ceiitera or  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND' .,  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS;  For Tlnifj Tables, olc, nddrefl-i '  i   GEO. W. VAUX, "  AbSlstM-it Cl. n*l Passenger,and Ticket Agt-nt  13-i AoaMS ST.. CHICAGO, ILL.  In I in  .rime J Ot Ii, should bo a i*cd loltci  day wilh lho music Iomuj; public or  Namiimo, - for on thai dulc Miss  Oliyia D.\h\ a-aMslcd lis Mi***. Onia  Small will again appeal bffoio o.  lucal  audience.  Mr. V. 11. GYeclatul, of \ nnccni  vor leaves thi-? moining lor Ciot-  lon. Mr. Fiool.'ind M-^ a nun my man  looking' up the nuncial rcsouices  of I ho Island  W. A- Iboilw'ii and who oi Van-  i-oiiver   aro in    N'anaimo ioi   a dav  Mi. .1. .). Hell, liVipeilui oi the  OtVawa Fiu- Insurance Company i-.  i-cgi=-.tcred at the Hotel Wil&on in  Llus city. Mr. Bell has about completed a tour which has ombuu-ed  ihe whole oi C'aniuhi, duunc; which  ho.- made "an inspection oi all the  liskd held by  Ihis couipanj  l"iov     Flora     llccknion   ol     &. attlu  ^-N i  ^GLASS     GLOBES  ������ When you-want a Glass glohe  'see that you get the globe  with the rtibher ring on it,  ���������! as it is thc only Kind that  j can 'l.eep the water out ��������� the  1 globes without the rutfoler. nn'g  i c.vnnol ' Icep out'' water, you  J can see that * hy camming  (hem.      The artificial   flower  I  n  Ooveinnicnt   i>os-l <d!ice and Customs  house,   whiLh    !���������>    assiu.-d    and     perhaps    a   new   ������-B,000   Opei    allouse,'  jTiitdyMiuih   'shouid  look   up  and     be!  clieeilui  The Sentinel l.tu-ioss<; it-am oi this  city have- accepted the challenge'of  the Viincouver .lunior tcani 'to -a  game) of lacrosse and h->.\e writtVn  to that cflocL The local ho>s" are  i-erme&ted in tuin out eM'i'> 'nig'ht  to practise so that they may |>e able  to n,)ve a yood account of them*������i'lv������������s  when they '.meet the famous to'-mjh-  al   C>i������   twelve  Six rjeais laiihnd heiwce as as-  ftisiaat Id Mi. Woods in the K  t*w N. Itadway stal'ion in this city has  e.11ned lor .loi- Martin a well earned promotion, having been appointed  Station  Agent   at Wellington      '  ���������loo's place heie will be take* by  iVinio Wilcox, who tor the past mx  months has been stationed at Lad\-  smith  LVSl'lU. V'lloNT OF OF1UCRRS  At the  ligulai   metliny ot     Olivet  Lodge \o  li,  DaughUus of St  Geoig������  thiLe new   membeis weie initiated In  to  the oidi'i, anoi   which the   Disti-  r  ict  Deputy    Mib      It   L'olluid,  assisted  Ia    Mis   M   A Hodgson    as  Giand    Conductoi     installed    ofhceis  ioi'  the ensiling  teim  W    1'   r    ��������� Sisloi VI    \    Uadgson.  \\ I1 ���������Ellen  Claii-. \  \\  V 1* ��������� Si->t������.i'   .lane   (.lades.  \\     F    bi-i'���������Si-*.Toi   li    Pollaid  W   It   So,���������Ji=;rt'i  li   Wa^stafl  U    Tieas ��������� bistoi   li   A   Freeman  \V   1st Con Si.ter E Ciutchle>  VV   2nd   Con ���������Sister W   Hope  Vf   1   C> ���������Sister Al   Jolle\  W O (i ��������� Si&ter  I,   Stonehnuse  Ti ustres���������Sfters   IfodijjsAn' ' Snow  den    Hope.  Aftei the installation coftoe and  fa^e  wa.s  sei\ed   nnd  a  \ery    pleas-  r  ant 'evening  was  spent/  'lbo      uuforUina l !.���������     man  .only  21   \t--ns of aac  mel   hi.-s  deuih  i*. -j'i i  by   hein^  rftruck    bj   a , limber     cui,  while   ui  the  acl  ol   lovvoiing  tunbei,  down a chute, ,1ns jiijuri.'S bL-iu������   ��������� so  si'iiouscthat he  suci unibed    io   tho-in  ihe same  night  JVlr.   Mille*.,   while m  this  city  lived  at   Snow deli's  boarding   hou.se,     and  ������t  times u diked      in ihe  Pro lection  j     ,  and  Iirechin  mines,   iic   wa-.   an, ex-,  a'mplary .yo*mf! nwin and  muih. respe  c.'d b>   ail'who had th.: pleasure p!  his acquaintance,  rfis 'paivnrs-live.iu Spiuigl'ield, Jl-  hno.s, andchl>*has a biother le.sidmg  m   Alberta '  WORK' In' NANAIMO^COLUERY  Sujiennionrtent Stocltett of1'the  Wes-tem Fuel'roinnatiy, m Vi'uswer to  an 1'iHiuirv from The lleiald Oflice  last ewnmg, lej-aidmg (woik m the  uiini s stated lhat there.-would'be  woik all of the w������.eh unless it mighl  be .Satmad.., which" oeing -gaytlay, it  is not yet d. (idtd whether'"tlie mme-ji  \ull woik ihat da\   oi'noC  The Tit'  '-,      ii 'J*     1  utuu ������s expecicd back tao, last oi the  \.eek Othei ships w-.ll Ik* along  next we-ek, but a& >et 'it is not  Ln#wn just when M������. Stcjcketl  states Uiat the outlook" foi the 'sum-  luei seems lavoiablc and leieuint-,  io the ste,adj woik ^o ilajv��������� **iaiu  he' hoped tho Companj would be able1 to have woik as continuous dui-  mj; the sea.son , but-.tlus. he cjwali-  hed bjj stating that he could, not  spuak pofaiti\ely on this point as un  l'oisoen dola>s*in shipments . nnghi  occui lie, howe\ei, expects a lan-  1>  good season, and ol course.    \Mth  ;<Sulo hy sid-i in the beautiful wluii,  '���������Wasket, the mortal '-emaiiis of lit  He Mary .1 ane Jones and Clwenn"  J ogers weie laid to lest in the N.i  nniino c������vnctery ^jesterdd*. atteiuoOu  !'in the piesiiice of many_ ' sympailii/-  ���������i-g   if lends  ThiJ sad ami lonely death whim  oveitoo^ the lit tie ones on 1hn> -J<-n  naiy myht ovei a yeai a?o, (aiise.i  u-niiy of the irsulents of the cit*, to  .oU'-n'r-\ out io th.s cemcteri and lav  a wieath oi   boquet of flowers on the  ^.������\e' of the hitlr- Lhildien .ts ,i toll  ��������� n of (hen iesp<*cl, and sonow fiM  the tragic death which o\eitook  them.  The luneial took j)Iate -fiom St  I.ul.es.church, N'oilhfield, which was  iiowded with sympathising mends  i lie funeral sei vices, which weie vei\  imiifes-sive wc-'-o .qonducted by the  llev , Silva While and Mr Willel,  < i lOast Wellington  Tho follow ing 'Sundav school schol-  olais acted -as pall beareis. ' Annie  JV'in,' Olne Millei, Eiiinm Cotlle.  r:6ilnidc Jiuggan, llessic Claikson,  find Mngyie MeTirocmv*  Che lollowing is a li--t of the dot-  al tubules, whiih w������*re man5'' and  beau tu ul  CJIol>os���������'Ilie     lairuly,   Mrs       Foam  and lanniy, Mi .-and Mis   Adam Stu  \ ail!, Mi_  and M'-s   J    Ularkson, Mi  and 'Mrs     John Band, Mr   and Mis.  r������   Mdnt*vre,  Mr.  anch Mis    J    Pai-  rot, 'Mr   and Mrs   J.. Mathews    INr  and Mrs    S -Swan son',   Mr. and'Mis  Fritsch, ,Miss    .Tonnie   Andrcc  Wi baths���������SI    Lukes'   Sunday school,  Mr   S    .Tones;- Mr.'^'and'Mts'    A   V  V. dson, 'Mr    arid   Mrs.u C    Stevens,  Miss     V*    MilFei\  Mr  "and   Mis     W  ���������Vvilgjess,  Mrw and Mrs   Austin Yai-  t, -      i ^-. ^-*     %       '  "i,   Mist   Stewart, < the  Alisses   Vnnie,  i >      ' J       . '   ' '  ~.*_,i    r...n_*    t������       a,.       an(l  Mis- C~ Wilgresis," Mi    aixl  Mis   \\  Hughes,"   Mr    and  Mia     11       ny-*h ^  ���������.al  demand  has laiyelj   increased ol ^    ^ ^   y p^.,.,^,,     ' nnl, *  late and that iheie  will he a contm-1 ^n<j| ,"E   -y> l  ^ '    _  i,.-^       . ������ . *.*."/* .    -i       .1.1       iht. ,l->l������nil|-'l       -i a t*M - "Jj*1* _ ������ t      t*  ihe coming  ol'the-fall     fade,   the.e   ^.^.i^  ^n^ Duggan,   M.  about- th*-.,.      r.^.-.-.i J���������a A,,   *  should    be -no ' question  demand   foi   I stand   cb\il  The * lo^  ued   increase  m  this  demand  is    cei  tain   lini'v.ith a half a down _'mil-"  way-, heading this w'ay1 and "the coast  on   the  incivase  M  VICTORIA, B.C  CUBAN GIGARFACORV!^  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSS0\  None lm   Union,I/alior,.   EuvpUiy-il  H  J.   BOOTH,;'Prt)p  NOTICF-  From      this  dat-i--. the, undersigned  will   not  l.*e  responsible  for any In  debtediiess     incurred except on      ������'  written ��������� drfier signed hy tlie. secretar*?  Rowland  IMTachln."'-  V    I.   EXPLORATION &   DEVFF  ;    OPMRNTCO.. LTD.  Non Personal Llabll'ty.  Victoria, B. C.( Mfy 18th, "������0I  ADYSMITH    BAKB > >  CHOICE    0AKES    AND    PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON-.HA-ND  - Wedding    Cake*  -ilu.de   to   Order  FRUITS" Ai*U)    CANDIES OF  ALL  'KINDS..-'������UESH   DREAD  EV  ERY   DAY  Prices   are     Very Reasonable.  Customers are Treated "-Alike.  HOP  IjBB & CO.  ON THP   ������BPL,ANADE.  All  Synopsis of  Canadians Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Dominion Lands  within the Railway Belt in British  Columbia, may he homesteaded hy  any person who is the sole head ol  a family, or any ������'***11 *>***������������������ e fehtei'ii  years ol age, to the extent of one-  1'iiaitei section of 1������0 acie������, more  or less.  Entry must he nude neison.illy at  the local..land-,ollice for the district  in which  the land  is  situate,:,  'the homesteader, is required to perforin the conditions connected therewith under one of the following  plans:  (J) At least six   months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land    in  ������ each year for  three years.  (2) If the fat-her, (or mother, it the  ther is tlecea'aed),-ol thc homestead-  csides upon a farin in Uie vicinity of thc land entered for,- the re-  qiiireinents as to residence ihay - he  satisfied hy such person residing with  the father or mother.  .(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land own-  {wl'by him iu Uie vicinity of his home  I stead, the requirements, as to resilience may he satisfied hy resid'-uct;  'upon the said 'ia'ntl'.  Six nionthe' notice in wrUu.;.  should be-given to "the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent.    -  Coal lands may be purchased at $1.0  per acre for sol^l-eoal-and $20 for  anthracite. Net .more than 320  acres can he aG/c|)ldr/-d by one individual or company// yvRoyalty at the  rale of ten cen#'|ier ton of 2,000  pounds "shall hii ���������; collected on the  gross output.    '  /.-  y"W.  W.   CORY,  Deputy o' the TNWnister of Interior  that is put into the globes*  with the rubber rings, is gvai  anteed to lie thc best, and if  you want a globe with a  Puiblier Ring, call at Mis T  X .Tones,' agent for  , IIHNKY      CREW,  The only    place you can   get  "rhetn.  Sole Agent in B.C.   foi ,, the  French    Wreath Co , of   London,   Paris,   ]UeIhoume,   S A ,  Cor. Comox R<l. & Milton SI  NANAIMO DC  ������������������������������������������������������"���������WW.*!hillIIi m<*  I Mill  CijUssesj-M/s.  T.  l[isJl>jKoger'-., ,Ati;  i lo i ,ATr    and -jM 13  .  VIEWS OF  'FRTSCO -h.ppniB   so lu.������ely   on   the  mc.vase   '^^   p     FoA  tho  Opeia   lEouso   last    atoning )lt vul! "ol h<   manj-^asons until the   ���������,.|nhaiti���������Mrs ^  T{  ���������   ,    '    , local domnnd mil bo \t*i������,   laige, ���������  n   laigc   ami   well   satisfiod    audiPiite. *- -    * - .Miss    DuR*gan,   An  s^'&an   nanusco asn   loo!.,    no*   ' sr,.:AM1.;u   CO^IOX   CHARTERED    misim'   M,.SS   -s*'11*0 DroB  Sph-iiUidli   taken phol.*Birti,lis uf   Uu* j    Tha    ofll,jai; OI   the    I'nglish     Bai !    ^ecuets-^ S.    T    Dans,  ct^o.    nuns     ihiovMi  on   a     U.gc I ^hlo, u * (,lirt>    haNe   ,haitciwti     ���������-*   ( ���������lt,e-   Waiter 1<   Stouait  sci-.cn .mil so natu'al    tluit   ilioie m ' Sleam<4l   convo-*.  the audience  t.unilai   with   San Pi an-'  Cisco      as  it  m.i's  buioK*  the      gieat^  cartlKjualv-i   and  fin.    icadilj   lollowed  ���������the  scones      shown    Horn  point     to   Matsuda  wivStlmg,match  In    i-eieu-  point as the Illuininated sLiecn caus- lrlfi to the match Tuesda> *, Van-  en    lhe voncs oi   desti utiou lo  pass   *-mi\ei   i������ioMncc sajs.  Itlong      Tho pictiues   cannot be-   do-'     s-wAeia"! times hino? last    l'Vbruaivv,  suibed, the*, must bo soon to l������* ap whui Sinclau Swtuison ot Nanaimo  I p'etiatod      At 'tho iloso   ol   thu   leg-    ���������'.on   on      a   ftuLv    bt   a   lollmg   lall  ulai   entci taiiimont   pictiues    ot    tho   Horn   M-   Matsuda,r the ' veil   known  t Pit lobbcis weie thiownon the ' local 3anahe-> VresClei, these Two  j Si one,   the   captois     uNo   'and      the   exponent's "ot   tho c glap'pler S      game  Weblcy,  Mi    and  andjMrb '11  Out.  t*    "Miller,      ill-  Mr' and Mis-   C  llrcw',   Mrs     and  ���������tnd  11 is      John '  Tha    officials  oi   the    Ihiglish  the  to   urn an exclusion  .to  ihis  cit\   on  Satuidax     June    L(>,  l    ������������������** '  in.  couuevtion        null   the   Swa.nsou-  V  ***** ********** *****  *���������  Coal     (il   rii'gif es   X  l-'-.r Launches, I'lshlntjr llo������l������,  Etc      *  Stationery   Engines   ���������  for nll P<>\vc-r Pm [h>ses T  Sin.pl.-, lii-innnilcal. Reliable ?  Absolutely no dangei, X  % Ho Electric Spate or Bat-  ������������������.���������  ��������� :'  ���������  ���������  ���������  t  *  *  *  enes  bloodhounds   brought     noin    NeUon   had   be-on  man hod -fo*  1 But  lometiimg  ,*l.  to  lun tho   fugitives down but found   test  on   thou   aiuvnl   that     the  could track a little themsehc*-  tntoi lainmont   will   ic  night and those  ���������Aim did not sec the  pictiues  last  night   will   do  well     to  spend  a  oouplo   ol     houis       at   tlu*  Ojein  House tonight       As     showing  Ihe   satisfied   iccling   oi   tho  audience  last   o\ruing    theie     was   a     liboial  ioutr>d   of   applause    at   the    --out lus-  loa  oi  tho entertainment  another   con-  has     al*.va5^  and  ato undbub  Indians  happened    to   cause" a 'pdstpdhement  Thc'oi th������r* n-A-cting oi'the occidental  i      -, i* * -  lcnoalcd     to-   oiiental evi^eits,    -who  ���������' l, i-    T "  tcdly  v������tiy exenly matihod  Now'"they'aie'matched again   This  have     been  prVTfl OP Mlla 1'RINOLE  M's   Pi nclo   wif<   ol   -Mi      Will'iim  Pringle,   dic-d   on    Tue=-,da\   mo;ht    at  ��������� I Wellington    uiioi   a   illness   oi      onh  to Ret out of tirilei'.  Write u.������ for Particulars   Rochnssen & ColUs  7 Vales St.   Victoria.. B. C  - Machinery-  Agents..  a   weeL"s  duraticui.  TJie deceased lady, who was a native  of   Hawick,   Scotland,    had   boon  a resident of'this  district     for  past   '.V2 years.  Slie.  loaves  ghtera, . Mrs  tune the ai langoiuonts ,  made 'by,[\v^ 1 -nglish Ba>  tMvd>(| and  the   come*>t pi^omisjca   to tgo thtough  wuhojut ,\in   hitch  this   time   It will  take   place   m   Nanaimo,   ou     Satin-  day,    June       K.th      Thc*     men   will  wrestle . i atch-as cil ���������. hrcau   ->t j le,    pm  ml lit   lo   loiurt       Vn   ..lioit   is    to    bo  made .to ucti  lh     1'*   i P*    RoHei,  the  ahysleal   instinctoi'     oi   the   irm\or-  sity oi    Wa^hm-ylon    to coino   to  tbe  Poiil  City to  act as  rotcree    l(.r     the  bout.   ' Ho  consenled    io��������� not in   that  capacity tor ! n previously'     ai-rnliged  th-o   datt foi- this u.-ity   which     had to be  ' posi pon**il * '"owing*      to   an accident,  a  husband,   three  dnu-   which    Matsuda   snstatm-d        during  Craig,  of     Vancouver,   t rairiink just  a  few days before   .the  training just  ^+++4.   **********   ***** Miss Pringle.  residing at   I-'c-ni"  an 1   contest.  as  DAY SCHOOL  Usual suhjpets taught; also language1' drawing in pencil and cmy-  ons] paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte ind vocal lessons given in classes or individually.  UlSfi  BERTRAM,  ladysmith. B   V,  Emm  Leads Them    AH  IN QUALITY  R. P. RITS1ET,  & Co.,  Ltd  Agency  Pacific Toast  VICTORIA,  :-:  :-���������:  .-: :-B.C  h I ii   ������  Limited,  *..���������'.-������������������     v-*^  ��������� : ���������- -; -:- ���������-���������v:.*'--'*������.s*  Attention is called to Mse   tact that Itii  Ogilvie Flour niH& Co.  makers* ol ROYAL HOUSEHOLD AFLOCJR      hate lor some fclmt  past been producing flour In ���������  Taitly  tmproTed &n<! pmtlfl '; ���������������������������rro  by the aid ot ELECTRICITY  "*nil  liavina; seenn-d control ot   all-the" ba������lc patents :relatln'r '-ht-r*  to, take this opportunity ot ������dvisinj the public that  any  unauthorized users of the electrical   (lomr^ purifyinj pipcesses  w[[>  *-������ r;ri>  *?, ������pcu't*d. .-;.-.._  Ogilv'e Flqm* Bf illls *^on^������^^"|^mi^������l ^  arc tbe only millers in Canada Whose    li-Vnr is  p irifiRd by thaE-aofcrio F-c,ioa*n  Miss   i:  an*������s o-  "Willei,   Aliss   M   Tlos=;,, Mr   and Mts  .1     prnuhloy,  ili%    A   Meiodith, "Mi  and ^lis     M     tWialen,     Mi      0     \\  .lonc-s and "Miss   Jlosiua  J ones,   Mi  .ind Mrs     A   Wilton,    , Master   Geo  Dtew,  M!iss   Pasci nu-,   Mi    and   Mia  W   Tineit., Mi    and Mrs    V.   Uowai-l,  "i������������    and  Mis   T    Field,    Miss' llcssi.*  ( laikson.    Mi     and  jris   II     Diand,  .Miss   D   Tanot     MiSs    M   Mxlhooin,  Mr   and  M's     .r   McDax'itt, All    and  Mi*;     T   Hat is    Mi    and     Mis     H  J)������\is     Mi      aud  Mrs     T   Goss, Mi  an I  Mis       lohnson  ileart���������Maitei    WalUc-i,   Eddie    and  ( lait nee    Wilgiesb  Anchoi���������^3liss   1^   ^ilg-ioss  Croicent���������Mr" and Mi**-   T^ot    V.nst  Wpia1.���������-MrS    Jas   Sloan  MIXNCSOTV  TORXAPO  St   Taul, Minn ,  June 15 ��������� V   sp.-< -  ml    11 om    Noith  Branch, Minn,  *>a\**.  a   Toinado   passed   about one- hah  <>  mile   east of here tonight leaung >n>  dees   and doing "heavy   damayo     * ������  farm buildings      It is leaved 1h.1i  6ial     i\et.   havo been lost    It   1? sn  lhe   storm   has   destioyed manj far>u  h������usos near Jlhe  to\\n.  Mis Myram ancl Beniamin La-  li.oo' were injuied. Physicians aie ioi  lo'whig tho tornado The \illuig.' 01  Wyoming was in the path ol tin  storm., The house of Mi FiuiU at  ihat place was destroyed and some  members   of   his familj   weie   hint  ���������AFTKU rOTSTERS.     % /:  Jfcwca-stlo on Tjiie, Juno (> ��������� I'tu  public ownership commission oi the  National Civic Federation bf the t'u-  ited' ', States today inspected tlu:  plants of the. Gas and Electric light  and Supply Co.. of this city  will   inspect    other  places   and  tnbVi-shmcnts  in   Newcastle  and  -*     - -1 . 1  inity: tomorroAy. -  aud  es-  vic -  THE VERY BEST REMEDY  FOR BOWEL TROUBL1-:  Mr. M.  P. , Burroughs, aji old   and  ���������welL-known    residemt     of     Bluff to: .  Indi, says:    "1, regard OhamJberlain'i  Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Rome  dy !as the very -best remedy  for ho-  pvel trouble.    I. make this statement  after having1 used the remedy in    ni*/  J family for several years.    I  am iev-  er" without it."    This| remedy is a'-  most,sure to; be .neededjhefpr*e:v   I,1-*  isumnier'iis oi^erf '''.. Why"  ;not    bnv  it   now and   be   prepared   for.   suc-i  an ������mergeney?    For sale by    Ladysmith Pharmacv.  1 ���������  -       \ wm  nw^i^M i.^ld^'MT^n^Ciri'  ���������s*.:I  ���������������������������-���������  THE "D AIL Vf LEDGER  f    ArANTED^Qicl    f0l   ^tievxl   hoUse_  ljy.*-J���������j-vWOrlf. foreigner    preferred,   wages,  ���������������!,,     *18.00. t  Address, 1203 Nicola St  ,^r, Vancouver, B.C., t6.  linowledgttil ability.- Already it haa  become popular in British Colum  bia, and" uaay be found in operation at the Monito and Ajav Reduction Works* at lioseberry B.','��������� C;,  at the Eva Mines Co , Camborne,  and the Canadian Metal Co.,- 1'ilot  "Boy.  m  m  ������-..,  Smoke Big P.. Cigais  ;?^ l-ocal Items  ;*;?--������������������ Tlhe''b*r-*oom ol the Pretoria JIo-  'J������������\*el has'teen iimcii Jinproverl /dining  ":t$- the - P**st two days uiwler thi- .s'ullf'il  .^ fhand?,o( Mr.   II.  iRoe<ldin������  i0������S>M!i.  ,\   **-'WWiFIennetta was, n, ,K���������t io-ilaj,  r.      ^*a,vi,1Sr unloaded ore at  the   Croilon  ;r .smelter"'yesterday  _*;J ��������� .Tudtvfc No. 102 won (he pic (me ie-  '.''��������� "^ ' ta"led at t,,{~ Ncw weslern  ,��������� i?^rv 'i"l*e holder of this Ur-ke-i is  S, r^lft?<c**'to call i for the pictiue.  ?)*;,On,June. 18th, Anss 0!i\,ia Dahl  1-7Ndrway V famous sin^r, will ap-pcai'  \ \������t*^*,'to������UfOpera House. This will  .'> ,T-^- ^ ?baw������ ������*i*-'h loveis/ of goi hi sing-  .*-,'' ' ,lllg ia 'ladysniith will not miss, for  T^V.-Y'is-not often that we ha-.e the  "> I'Jeasme of hoaiimg a smger oi the  t f>**P?te\.ol..Mlin DahJ Hccpntly she  ^'- rfppeareiljnl., Victor!���������������   to    i-iou-iLid  I-'V'i^0"^''*11* Wl,,,P,ay a Jeluiii en-  ^"g^sement"there on ������i*. Dili she alsq  y.^***Sn>it5.'Nana4nio, and was so en-  V^lfi^)l*s*^aHy receiwd as to  r,-������*;fan'*J.-a -return    e-notaoiwiipii i  V, Al-  . - ,    v ,    . "Jetunr    -engtaofPinient,      which  'h1-^e>wi,l."l,*Alel*t'ake on the L5th of  'MMi$&  -this/  '-r^Atfrsf&r -   ���������������������������   ���������  11 I,'���������,Po*c.!^ f,*st tune the halt-hoIitUv  r���������-_- system;v"came  into a ague  tonlniv " in  <L Lj*dy?m|tti;   anrt'tlns aN-wnoon     tlu  ������- ' ^^yind    propnelois are omoj mi;  S.V ^"^yes. S<Mne a" WaIK.uia the  *    s*?������*>t?tand looking lost,  whila  otii-  '"'~'erf*^refa?ross **'*-* ',)aJ  doilg/ing ram-  <���������*   stt>*n?tf I'All (lre imiti'd, however, in  .  ��������� .yoting'Ube plan a    tremendous   suc-  -    ���������*,*iss,viandj'evpcct t() get used lo   the  ,,������*sensation: j,oi     iiberlj   betore    manv  ' ^we-elos itf&ss.     lIouseioejKrs  in   Vau-  ^:^������\ %f|s of    the city     are lallui  i-0-01^^1 toda>' ll5>  lo  what  they will  ^ hav-e-for,-supjier, j-i mam* cases' thev  *;''vIi4Ving^t>v*t>rlooK-e<i   the fad   th'xt  the  ^.us^*IsV*,P|y of 111<?at, etc., tor     thc  ������i������^*?VeiSi*?-S -meal Avas  pc|0cura,bte oivlv in  ^I.JtJie^forenoon on Thursday   With one  ^r r~or,Jwo ������ such    evpenences,  hov,e\ei,  ^tbey^will renneiniier, ami in thel meaJi  '     time1 notopdy  1S regretting  the    fact  ('    ������liath:,the;clerks/will ha\e an oppoi-  ,    tunity jqt^enjoydng themseh-es 0Ci.as-  ionally^;,  ONE MOKE   SHANGHAIED.  'l'lie provincial piilice ha\e been m-  lormed that, iJiere is a man on     the  way to  \ajicon\er noin  Soutli    America  who was  shanghaied  on    lioaul  .r bailing sliij'  nut miim"  mouths ago  It is understood that he was a   passenger on one  ol   the  Krupiess   steamers and was  crimped  on his    arrival.     A  South  American   port,     was  the fust point  where hc could    leave  ihe ship, and   fiom   nif/r^nualion gn-  .cn he intends  to "nmke  it, hot '   foi  soniB.txlv   whni  he  amves   in     \\\n  c oiiver. I  tiiki;i-:. ^ RAIi.S IX  THK PI-JNITEN'TIwin  Wiiiiujieg, June 7.���������"If you were  nee in Winnipeg lliiee moie \Oais,  j on would ha-\e lhe whole town in  >o������r l)oi's(ssl(lIl,, said lus woislup  -\his;istiate Dalj (o Au������ris,t, Ross who  tJus inoiiiiii" pleaded eujlty ������^_t.teal-  nig Mol) in \alno in i.vncy crocUeiy-  waie from II. J   Hovd  His "\\oi ship's ol;ser\afion was  bi ought Toith h> the \.isl ai cumulation oi goods in'the com I loom, and  which li.ul (tfien collectiil .L> tdie j)i is-  onei in the sjj.lCc ot a u'ai 'J'o io-  lie\c the displaj ol clnnawaif-, the  cnJpjit had also added lo his collec  lion two or three; do'/en pans of  ci icl-ieting Ihi/nmjls, the piopirtv of  C lievuei & Sons ) The magistjalc,  alter naming if Air Hojid huliuiv-  Uniig at clII left in his shop, t"en-  lencevl the pi isonei to three ycais in  lhe pe/iitiuiliary on eaih charge, se,  tmces  io nin  concuii.e'itly-  r -, *        f   SEW, INDUSTRY FOB V1CTOJUA  Within a short time Victoi m will  be the home oi an niduiti^ toi tho  manufacture of mining machine) \,  5Ays ^wsdas's Times, which js lik������  ly t������ ^develop into an nualcalablu  extent as the nniuense  mmitiK  re  sources of Biitish Columbia are laid  bare by the esei uiquisiLne ]>u.k  and fiboveJ of the enteipusing i>io���������  pector^- <* The Canadian Mme ^  Smelter* Supply Co, intend opening up a branch heio, installing a  comparative!*, modest plant, at tbo  outset and giaduallv inn easing* us  capacity in act oi dance wiih th.- demands of/the inaiket The Ku-lo  building-, Yatos .Sn-eet, has lioon se-  cured, and the machinei*, and oth-  ���������j- necessar*,' accc-ssones to an establishment oi tho kind will bo imt  in   place' almost    lmniedialel*. S^o  tjme will be lost as then*- mc already many orders which'" c-annqt .  b* satisfactorily filled undej- the pre  sent   condition?.  The output will, consist iiriii<-i|ial-  ly of the Smith-Wilfley cdiif.enti-a-  tor, although otl.iei- specinlties will  be manufactured. To mining- men it  i������r unnecessan to enter into nriy  explanation of tho' former 'machine.  It embodies all the well known im-  provemcats of Che 'Wii'flcy along- with  coitnin undeniable improyctiicnts on  the same by a   mining engineer of ac-  \LASK -\,TOWN  FICLT  E WITIIQITAKE SHOOK  Seattle, .luaio 7 ��������� Vrc-luc U' Shields-  who is largelv inleicstcd in oil pio  j>tlties in the'Kavak ditstrict, aimed irom (he Noith jc-deiilnv and is  tegisleied at   the Kam-iei fliantl  it) Shields- stated that the woik  in the oil distuci of Ka'vak is still  >et in the slaevs of developinent, untl,  lli.it nis ci>inpan\, tin* Pacilic t'oal  .aid Oil, f'ompaii*', mil not opfi'.rle  tins u',u 'Ilie Lipp\'-I)a. is iic-ople  aie at pirsent woikin������ on t.e*-ei.il  wells, having -ionc* down a depth ui  o\er 1 (������0 feet, hut -.wilhoul mu.'h in  suit so  far. ���������  On his \\a\ out i\Ir Shields learned lli.il on I ho morning of A|nl IS  the date of (he kSan I'^andi co disaster, the town of Yalcataije, scU'nt\-  h\*e miles fi0m Kaval*", felt Vin cai Ui-  Hiiake ,{siuic'. of suflicient mtensiU to  lock the Imilflincjs So lar as could  le ascei lamed no other part oi Hie  region  was usi/ed  bv   tiie shor1-  TON  OF Al'AIL  GOES  , .NORTH  FREE OF  OIIAUGU  is a firm heliever m woman's rights  He and his wife weie almost equally proficient in all that relates to  athletics and tlie strenuous life  Apart from his fame as an explorer  Dr Nansen is well known as a wi iter on scientific topics  Su William 3Iac*j*i*-**L-*;or, governor ot  Newfoundland, is One of the most le-  marl-alde men of the British colonial  service, both phisiciallv and intellectually, andj indeed, lus herculean  strength has contnhutod in no small  degiec to lmhicss thc savages over  whom he has been called upon to  rule in the past with a sense of power of the lintish empire.  ' Prrnccss Elizabeth, ;+ IScflgnun, wife  of Prince Albert, heir apparent to the  throne is i)iobahlv_ the most accomplished and vei^atile of continental  iniiicesscs She is the daughter of  UuiiO ( hat As TlKOdoie of BaMaria,  j the famous oculist The pimcess,  who h.Wi inheiited lier father's sercn-  11lit tastes, lus taken her degree of  M I) , and could, if necessary act as  I'hvsieun  One of lhe wealthiest peeis in England is Hill f.'it/ will lain, vvho is the  ���������'ossc-sru of IJ "5,0*10 acM-s of hind m  En dand and Iieland Ondcr the- recent land piii<'h(i.se nieasaic, how-evei,  he has ilispo**e I oi some oi his Wick-  j low piopeitv. Twentv years au,o t.|i������������������  'Kit'/vvilliam estates vveio put at  ahonl 'li.UDO .uies in Ireland, worth  sJTO.fifln i ei rnniiin, mid alaiut 21,-  (i.KI acies iu 1'Jng.lniid, w-oith about  ���������Mid,m������li ,i icat  VKCIIHISIIOP  AND  TITS COACHMAN  The late -\iclu'.ishap Th.unpson of  ^oiJ> had a coachman who possessoid  m.iiiv udeeming .qualities to offset his.  oAC'i-lendiu-ss f��������� r luj-uor Rcttirniog  ni his cairfa������e fiom a country chinch'  test iv .il one mu-ht, the Vrchjliishop  loiinil tlu mon vvas so intoxicated as  In hi-ive no eonliol of the horses flei  put the, man inside the enma-ge and  got en  the hov himself  The eiitianec to the yaid of > the  \rchepiseopfil palate in York' is v-eiv  naiiDvv, and thj Arch-'ois'iop humped  the laiiutge fiist against one wass  and then attains I the,other A fejiioonf  tame niniung out of the sU-tllille, and  ^a'ving in tho siteaticn, said m a  ./hull   wins)oi'  'Hello, Bill1 Diunk again��������� and  bl.imed if \ou haven't got the old  coc's luil   on "  0 \THOI.IC  PKIEST  LEAVES HIS CHURCH.  Mon I) e������i I, .lufie 7 liev C\ A, Four  nut, who,-lot upwai-ris often \cais,  was (i Ho'iuii OaOiihe pue-st in Sas.  lalthew.'n aid North Dakota, has  left the chinch ol Rome, and was  haptr/ed and rccciv<H into the fellowship 'cf the Baptist Church ,at Grandr|  Lirige on Sun-lav lie is the son of  the late Chas Fourmci, ML A,  v. ho upvv ards of fifteen years re] resented L'Lslet in the Que'licc lcgisla-  luie, and a nephew of the late Bishop Panet, ol Quebec He lias 1hk.ii  appointed   as   a  missi. mary   hy     the  W^&MM&g&piea  Is  -IN--  HAND MADE STOCK  LA Cf STOCK  EMBROIDERED .STOCK  (SILK STOCK  EANCY VVAMI STOCK  LINEN STOCK  TURNOVERS  SLEEVE SETS  COLLAR & CHEF SETS  EANCY TABS  FANCY FRONTS  J'ORTlllC N'ICKST    ���������       ���������  Ice   Cream  MiikShakcs, Sc ft Drinks  Candies, Frit iis, Tobacco ���������  *    Cigeif, etc.  I CALL ON  j W* L   CARTER, i  \ FIRST   AVENUE  t      Pailois for Pih-ate Parliw.'   T  ***���������**���������** *��������� *+'*������������������* ���������*������������������* *'*������������������*��������� ������������������-��������� ���������*���������'+*'****  New  Picture  Arriving everery  day and  right    up   to  tlie    minute  Walter* &  4kenhead  POST CARDS  of   Ladysmilh   and  British Columbia  ��������� VF-  ���������!"<..>..������*'*">..t..i^t-t-<'.|-������'<-^''������������t-.^|.-ti'l"f  i  i  i  ������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-   ���������"������������������������������������  UNKNOWN FlilRNDS.  TJiore are  many  people  who    Jia\������  used  Chair-Aibilam's,    Colic,    Cliolcia  and  Diarrhoea Hunioily  with .spleiuhd  results,    'Mil. who .ire uirl-nowii    )ie-  eau.se the)   have hesitated about giving a testimonial of then evpenence  for imhlication    Thosei people,    however, are none     Uie less  fnends.    of  I ho remedy.     The}  have done    much  to malvc it     a household    word   by  Iheir  peisonal  recoiiimt-iilations     lo  irieuds and neigliboi'-      It i,s a good  medicine to have    in the home   a A  is widely Known for its cures   >f   di  uiirhoOa and rail fotins of -liiwol tiou  hie.     For sals  by  Ladv smith    Pn, l  macy.  m Mki Ms  11st. Avenue. Ladysmith, B. C.  j 11 hHit Prop.  j     MANUFACTURRR OF -  I Carbonated Beverages,  \ , Oinger   lieer  i Fruit Syrups  I P.   O.   Box  248  i  l-<������--:-t--������-l-.������..������>.|..<..������>t.4..|.���������(a<,  vSealllc   -I  une  Ouebec.  Keep  Minard's  house,  ���������* ^  Liniment    in    the  fS  Cointiienciiig Sunday next, I  ���������will' conduc t a refreshment  stand for the convenience of  picnicers and camping parties  on the Green Spot opposite  thc iioathouse, iviid neaa Shell  Beach Refreshments, Ice  Cream, Lunches,, etc , scned  at  reasonable  pnctfi  Campeis wishing to secure  plots for the snmmei isea-son,  should apply here.  ���������Mrs."Ti-C," McKinelfey,  ;        IIKU-T ST.  .      .   ,        r 1 r     K'lande Lini*������ mir*sirn and  will laboi  < ��������� \  ton of mail 101 !r      .. ������       .      .     ,.    ;      J,    ,  ,,     x     .. I for   the     j rcient    at    Revton .Pond,  the \oilheiii miniiig  camps   was cai- '  ned fiom   Ihis  rorl  on  thc' steame*  j  Oiegon,    which   sailed     last     night  Tins is the assu-millation  of a    weeK,  the4ast consiciimenli^eing carried on  the slcamci  Uuclaman  fiom  San Fran  Cisco  The mail la-en 1101 tli last nighl  v\en( without cost to the government, the N01 IhwTstPin -*leamsliip  I'liiiiiiani- offci mg lo (am it fiee  The ofiei v. as made to Po^tn.aslei  Slewail, anl the \\ashmg)ton author  i(h*s> instiucted llic postmastci to  accept it LV-cal shippers want S  (cuts a pound for car ij rug lhe Alas-  I-.111 mails, aal the goveiument h.is  Jet no roiitiatls "\Iennv lule the  mail was acciimiilat-ingj. aa-d some-  tliing had to he done. The Chanv-  'hor of Com-iivorcc wired to the con-  giessionai delegation at Washington  L:i -regard ��������� to the matter,, notification  heing made to the steamship company's" offer." ��������� Senator Piles.. telegraphed:. to the chaniiher that the,  mail wauld be sent on the'first  steanier leaving for the North anil  lhat the delay was vhcinginvestiigiat-  ed. '.'"..'.'.���������'''"'  Dr. Pridtjof Nansen; 'the Arctic ex-  plarer, who 'ms been, appoint-ed Norwegian aii'lljassador lo Great Brita-iii,  NOTICE.  1, the undersigncfl .Jane McMillan,  adminiBtiatuv of John Hugh McMillan, deLeased, heieby give nolire  that I intend at the ne\t sitUug of  the Hoaid ol License Coimnissioners  for the distnct of South Nanaimo,  to be holclen at Ladjsmith on the  15th day of June, I'UlG, to maUc application to that honoiablc body Iol  a transfer of the hotel licenses to  sell intoMcating lltpiois under thc  proMsions of tbe Statutes 011 that  behalf, in thc premises. 1-nown and  described as the Tunnel Hotel at  Extension, Jlntish Columbia, fiom  the said .T(hn Hugh McMillan lo  Alevander  J    "\IciUilLiti  ��������� I \\E  "\le-MILLAN,  'Vdmiuislinlriv of .Inhn Hi";h McMillan.  -FOR-  _ Tennis Gocds  Lacro*sa   Sticks  -AND-  B?se Ball  Outfits  -WRI1K-  J. BARNSLEV& CO,  VICTORIA, B. C.  SiM( N LEISERtt CO Ltd  mm wmmmm wtmwrmwwtm mvm  Notice  A. Iti.we of Chemalnuiihiis openeJ the V'.ealni-ark  lately run by W. Ward, on Ri.licrts ������ii<et'������ th ���������  full line ol Flr.tt Class Meats ���������    " :  Pork and Sausage a Specialty.���������- A [rial S  I A.  HOWE Phone 2-0  ^ ���������-,    .    MEAT  MARKET  ���������u������im  ^V*V������t*fffV*itVf������Viffiifii������fif������^^  Ask for Minard's and takojio other  SHOCKS  STOCKS  Vou ctln doiilJe join money by the  etui of the. year if you act immedia-  Uly. This, is no .dead-sure thing but  i.-*' practically safe.. See E. 0. Broods  Victoria Crescent,  Nanaimo-, at once.  Keep  Minard's  houso.  Liniment    in    the  2L^KS3a3*l������S!33>������2^^  BARGAINS IN WATCHES  Wc have marked   in Plain Figures the Prices of  our ���������  Walta, Elgin and other American Watches  i\ a Great Reduction���������Call and sec them  B. FORCIMHER 6  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Oplician |  FIRST AVENUE LADYSfHTH |  iiaBHsaEa������rrj**������Ha������a^^  FORSALE ,  Eggs from Pure Bred Stock  All Birds Trap Nested  No Inferior Layers Kept  JJatied,    Buff    and     White   Rock#  While Wyawlottes, White and   Rrown  Leghorns.  $i Per Setting  $6 Per Hundred  E. STEWART,  Box 268 Ladysniith, B.C.  I have just received a shipment ol  Hills' ^High Grade  [WLISH TOBACCOS  and  "drug store  Goods  Just arrived���������the best Hue of-  Tennis Goods, Baseballs,  Bats, Qloves, Etc,  ���������������   *                        i                              J  ���������*���������   -*������������������ ��������� ��������� ���������-������.-*���������''��������������������������������������������������������� ��������� -���������     -������������������ ���������������������������������������������.- ���������..-    - ��������� ���������     -.. ���������,       ���������.���������^. _>. _ , -  . ^  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIHITED  /^���������^At^������^-W'������t^A^'^t%>^it^t^������������^^������^^^'>^>^^������V*������^V������*^>*>������*>tA  n  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ii*********************  *  *  THE FENCINO GIRL   i   . FOR-:   33 White Smii Soap Wrappers  Send us 35 WHITE SWAN WRAPPERS  and we will mail you a Beautiful Picture of  THE FENCING  OIRL���������A number of others  to choose from  ���������'������������������������������������'������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������M**'''-'*'***'''*''*'''*'*^^  Ilie Britisli Columbia Soap Works, Victojia fi. C  I  P.S.���������W������ will rnail you free ine  of  'our Premium Lists on application.  yf������^^^^(*j,),it^V*A'^'r*^*A**^+***A^*+***^+*'***+***(  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant  1   \ FIRST A VENUE. . .>  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call arid see Stock  ,\Ve have on hand a fresh supply of-  BLAIR   & ADAM  ^im^'rWmf^mfWwmm'mwmw.Ri  !  mtid  of choicest and rarest Quality  3*������  PANNELL and PLASKBTT  **)���������*<><* ' ****************  ������������������*  ;/'���������  *  <  <  Handsom; Designs  Fine Golorings  Prices Lowest  For  the Month' of..lime,    and  until   further   notice,   we   will  .���������...trim alt Wall Paper sold   by  us  Free of Charge.  Call and See our Window  IMPORTED HtCKHEf STALLION  H  ENDURANCE"  (8132:11. VS..B.)  At Johnson'*? Livery St*b,������ ������v������ry  second Tuesday/ commeacing June  5th,  190C.       .." i    :  TERMS- $15 TO  INSURE  ���������Granite and -Mai bia Works ?  > ���������>  *********<><i>  H.  KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOTJ  Ask for Minard's and take no other  Sunlight Soap li bttter than other luapt, bat  It best when used In tb* Sunlight w������y.  Buy Sunlight Soap aod follow Dlrtxtloma  Granite anil Marble Monuments, Tablets* 'etc., at. the  lowest prices 'consistent  with first class stock and"  workmanship. Write - lor  catalogue. - .  A.   STEWART,  MS Yates St, Yictpnia  B.C  NOTICE.  Mrs. A. L.    Haskins, will sell   Ice-  Cream  from  6  to  8  every    evening  toria Road, about one mile ouli.  urt  Vic  I  I


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