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Array t*  tl  i  1*1  ha  *i'-;  S*  } DUNCANS   &    f  LADSYfllTH I  ���������**K*M**K*-*H^**K^*v^^'M*^  .vjrj; ''-r/i-y  'i*  Daily  Tadysmith  & DUNCANS f  '���������  ^* -  VOL. 2,  FRIDAY,   JUNK 0,  1905.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  >S  I''  ���������1  !'l  I  1  t  ���������1  ���������1  <:!  IV  1  I*  GERMANY'S NOTE  ABOUT MOROCCO  [RUSSIAN WHIPS AT NORWEGIAN TRICOLOR IH  Her Proposal ������0> the Powers for  International Conference  Regarded in  Paris as Renewing  the  Gravity of the  Situation  Paris, June 9.���������Germany's note to] ers equal  treatment concerning    the  the, powers proposing an intcrnation- [protection  of lives and  property, but  does not     wrong thc German'claim  that  the powers  agreed  to  exercise  equal political control of Morocco.'It  is desired that  Washington! and   other  capitals      receiving   thc  German  note  observe the application      of 17.  A cabinet     council  to Morocco will  consider the note."  The nature of  France's  official  answer is still in doubt owing to Premier  Ilouyier's desire  to avoid  widening   the  breach   between   Germany  antl  France.  HOPES OF PEACEFUL SOLU-  T ION "OF MOROCCO RROUBLE."  MANILA  They Did   Not Leave the  Harbor Within Specified  lime  m-******-*******-*****  So are Now Under the Guns  of the Ohio and Mo-  donac  al conference on the  subject of Morocco  is regarded in  the highest circles  as renewing  the gravity  of   the  situation almost to the making^ of it  a menaiice.    France has   received ^a  copy   of   the   note showing  that Germany  aded  openly in -appealing    to  the" powers,  notwithstanding the official statement.-from Merlin that Mor-  rocco   invites   the conference.        The  officials     here interpret,  (he German  , note,as showing  that,  Germany     is  the real up-holdur of  the conference.  The   text of  the note shows       that  Germany relies  mainly on article 17  of thc  treaty of Madrid,  signed    July, 3rd, 188(1, which recites that Morocco  recognizes   the most favored nation      treatment  in   lhe case  of all  powers represented at *he conference.  The  German  note holds  that  this  gives  the powers eqlial rights to consider   the  affair   of  Morocco.      -The  French  answer  is as follows:  (Associated Press Despatches.)  .Washington, D.  C.,'.June 0.���������Secretary Taft has received  the following  cablegram   from  Governor  Wright at,  Manila:   "Russian   warships  did   not  leave thc harbor within  the required  21 hours,  and   as a result they arc  now    in custody  of  Admiral Train,  who  informs me  that  he  has  taken  necessary steps to interne them. They  are  now   behind   U12 breakwater,   under  the guns of thc Ohio and Modo-  nack.  He has doubtless reported  full  details  to  the iuvy  department.   "  ., Rear  Admiral  Train  has   reported  to/the navy depart nient at Washing*-  ton     that  the Russian ships ai. Manila have been interned.    Tn addition  to. the information conveyed in Governor  Wright's cablegram,   Rear   Admiral Train  said  that   the  coal   supply of the ships had been limited, ui>l  Fez,   Morocco,  June  9.���������Gerard  A. |the  officers   and  men  paroled,   upon  Lowther,   British minister to Moroc-  the condition  that  ihey  take no fur  co, had an hour's private audience  of thc Sultan this morning, and the  political situation was fully ..threshed out. The cordiality of the Slieri-  fian ruler noticeably differed from his  attitude at the official reception of  the  British  minister. , Tt is still hop-  "Article 17  refers to  the preceding   ed that .an .agreement will, be'reached  .articles   which  deal solely, with    the   directly      -between     Germany      and  protection of  the  lives "and  property   France,, as otherwise along diploma-  of     foreigners   residing   in  Morocco.   J tic   struggle  disadvantageous   to   all  Therefore article  17  gives  the pow-    js foreseen.  ther  part in the war.  TO REMOVE  THE BODY  Paris, June '.).���������The French govcrn-  ..menl, has indicated its" willingness to  assign a torpedo boat to carry' the  body of .Paul Jones down the river  Seine from Paris to Harvc, where a  French squadron will deliver the'body  lo   the American squadrtn.  HOTEL GUESTS  POISONED  Nashville,  Tenn.,  June 0.���������Twenty-  two guests of a local hotel werc sud-  110W DRUNKARDS  A I'M TREATED IN PERSIA  To he .blacklisted means that the  person so enrolled cannot visit the  bazaars to buy things except at certain hours, and thou only -under police, supervision . He cannot visit  any place of public amusement," and,  even when "lie is at,'prayers in the  mosque he must hold himself, aloof  from his most respectable neighbors.  If, after being blacklisted he drinks  again and is found out he gets eighty  lashes on the soles of his feet.  PURCHASE  OF THE  STOCK OF EQUITABLE LIFE  New-York,   June  fl.���������A   conference  has  been held, says  the World,  lasting .until an early Tiour this morning  tat   which  negotiations  for  the   purchase    of      thc stock- control of  the  Equitable   Life    Assurance   Society,  owned by' James  II.  Hyde,   ���������  were  made by George J.  Gould  on behalf  of a syndicate of financier^ and  business, men.    When   the conference ended,   the  World  asserts,  satisfactory  progress  had  been  made,  and  it  is  expected /that the sale of Mr. Hyde's  stock     will  take place at one p.m.  today.    The   greatest  secrecy     concerning/the conference wasf maintained.  , |    New  York,   June 9.���������Thc  following  denly  taken  ill yesterday, shortly af- ^ statement   was  given out   today    at  tcr dinner,   lie'cream' was served at   the  Equitable Life   Assurance  Socie-  the     meal  and attendant physicians [ ty's office,  on behalf of James     H.  attribute poison.    Five doctors  were   Hyde:   "Any statement to  the effect  called   to  attend   the affected  guests, ; that I inltnd to sell my stock in the  ���������some of whom are in a serious -condi- ( Equitable is  untrue."    The directors  tion. Among  the sufferers are several   of the     society will  meet  at   three  members jof theatrical icompanies here  o'clock this afternoon.  MAD Of UNION FUG  It is HoistedjThrouhout Nor  way With Much  Ceremony  ���������Mr***--*****.'*  Resolution    of  Storthing,  Dissolving Union,  is Read  ' (Associated Presa Despatches.)  Chri-sliania.     'June ().���������The JJorwe-  gian Tricolor was hoisted   this morning over  Akershus fort and  Ihrounh-  out  tne country  instead  of the Union  flag-.     Thc action  was attended  by great ceremony at the fort, where  the members of the Storthing werc  assembled   and   30.000  of   the  public  witnessed the event from points     of  vantage.   The garrison was paraded  in. front  of  the  memliers   of council  and the commanding officer read the  resolution  cf  the  Storthing  dissolving the union with Sweden.  As  lhe clock  in  the tower  of the  fort     chimed      .ton,  tlie Union flag,  which      had flown there since  1811,  was hauled down, the troops presented arms,  the band played the patriotic air "Sons "of Norway,"and after a momentary .interval,  the   first  gun of a national salute, boomed, the  new  Hag  was  brought out  and  the  troops     again presented arms.   The  people    then    uncovered and cheered  wildly,   the band  adding- to  the general enthusiasm  by playing ths pop-  "Yes; we love this  country."  ALL FAVOR PEACE  President    Roosevelt is Using Every Effort   to  the Parties Together and Let Them  Linevitch -nd   Oyama May  Make   Preliminary  Terms on the Field in Manchuria  and  Strife May Cease  PEACE IS AT LAST  THOUGHT TO BE IN .SIGHT. ',ti  and  six  members  jury.  of a criminal court  FASTEST THREE-QUARTERS  EVER   RIDDEN   ON   A BICYCLE  Ogden,   June  !).���������Walter   A. ��������� Bard-  gctt,      of Buffalo,   has broken       the  world's jfcicyclc record for three-quarters  of  a mile professional,  at     the  Ogden saucer track., in the fast time  of  1.26   3-5.    The  former  record was  1.21,  made by John ill., bowling,"  at  Salt Lake City  in  1900.  STORY OF A   YOUNG po he with     astonishing haste seized  ���������        MAN WHO TOOK A DIVE  his son by the     soles of his feet just  It is now the fashion in Ladysmith ' as  he      was disappearing  iro.-n   view,  to take a-daily     bathe in the ocean,'and held on.    like.eriui 'deatli  but Mrs. ��������� Grundy stipulates that all  bathing shall tako place before darkness comes on, and therefore folks  hear with surprise that a ccrtun  young man toolc a dive long after  the sun had set, on a recent evening  Not that (here was anything ' uy  shocking  dip after  iather-in-  J he  old gentleman is nol^so'strong, as ho  used to be, and not navi ig lhe power to land George out of the wvter,  he contented ��������� himself with holding  tight and by so doing., ������'���������-- piup*, I I.f  youth's     head     under water i-iid his  Notwithstanding Mr. Hyde's denial  it is learned  that negotiations     for  some form  of transfer of  the  Hyde  holdings are  in progress.  head  in a young man taking a'feet above. . We often hear of people  .dark, especially when lus having eyes at the hack of I heir head  law is,'near by, but still but never windpipes on thc soles  fashion is fashion and its laws should of their feet, and George wus no "ex-  be observed by all. ft seems that a'ception to the general "rule, and he  young lover 0|' (.he water had !lA*en out 'did' not, inhale a great quantity of  wiih his father-in-law   fishing. hey   breath during,     lhe time his i-a 'kept  took nothing with them except fish-'up'iris firm bold. However, as time  mg (ackle, and upen this they are ' went on the old gentleman's v ruts'  prepared to take their oath, and tired, and just as beau ti ful l.ubi les  anybody who is acquainted with them so large that, their equal has never  would never doubt their word, and been-produced with a .lav pipe and  besides,   they are  the sort'of. gen He-  men who even when they do go out  on the "bust" lake with them only  cold lea, yes, ' and without 'anything  but a little sugar and milk in it.  Well, whatever they took, ihey  caught fish and returned to the 1 oat  bouse, the one owned by the father-  in-law. TheyTJhad both landed and  thc son-in-law - was busy tal;ing out  the large catch of fish one by one,  when in some way ho managed to  .slipand took a dive. Now if the elder of the twain had stood quietly  and wai led for the lover of the sea to  take his dive and return to lhe surface of the water a.s all good t'luis-  tians do, nothing serious would have  happened, but, the distracted old gentleman thought perhaps thc attraction of tlie mermaids might be too  great and George might never return,  pipe a  'soapsuds,, were arising, be let, go,  and after disapcaring from view fir a  second, during .which I'ire it. is said  Ihe old gentleman tore large c.nautitles of hair from the luxuriant growth on his head, George bob-bed up serenely and with an nngelic smile  greeted his fallier-in-law with the  gentle inquiry as to -what in thc dick-  his feet for.  ens he was holding on so tight to  After some more struggling he  managed to land on the boat house  and anyone coming suddenly on the  spot might easily have, taken him for  an an-el ind.-rd, for he was covered  with lovely phosphorus. .The only  thing that was not altogether angelic about tilie whole affair wai tho  rather strange language he was using In tones not very srnoothe and  carojsi&g...  PRACHLAND MAN BUNCOED  j IN LOMDOM.  Mr. James Cosear, of Peachland,  who has just returned from a^visit  to England, describes a new kind of  sRindlc of which visitors to the Old  Countd-y from British lumbia will  do well to guard against, says -'c  Colonist.     While  Mr.   Cossar '-is*  visiting- elsewhere a you'ng man '.-ailed  at    his brother's   "uousc  in  Belsi.'.e  Square and enquired for Mr. Oo.-53.ir,  of Peachland, B.  C,   i'e said he iad  sought him unsuccessfully at Iii*? 1- dg  nigs.   He had undertaken, at   lie solicitation ��������� of a friend of Mr.  Cossa.'���������  a Mr.   Scott,   of Peach iind���������-to bring  over ��������� a-moose-head  ..  1  a box of .���������;���������������������������  pies.    He had been ^lad  to do   'nis,  but had been  held    p    n  UieRailway  from  Liverpool to ��������� .'.,ondc-n for    na'g-  es  to  the  amount   ������������������   A-ii  (ins.  articles were  Chen at  the station  at  ed  Peachland, December  12, and sign-  Clapham.   He exhibited a letter dated Hugh C.  Scott, in which  the writer described the trophy and "mil, I he-  bearer had  so  kindly undertaken    to  convey.    The   tale  was  so   .���������l.uisible  that   the  money  was   paid.        l*'lun  Mr. Cossar returned lie    '.ispjeted     a  trick,   but went with  'Ik   -rother   to  Clapham.    Had a moose     ad    nd   a  box    of    Canadian  apples   been  left  here consigned  lo  James Cossar?  Haylo! Scotland Yard then, md a  statement of the "ease to an inspector. It transpired that se\L*;\il < tier colonials had been victimized in  the same way. Acting on *'r. (. < s-  sar's advice the man was caught and  sentenced to six months'  hard  tab >r  ular  First, one, then another, took up the  woids of the song until the whole  crowd joined in, after .which another  round of cheering greeted the flag.  Three cheers were next given for the  Fatherland and the singing of the  National Anthem concluded the ceremony.       ��������� ,'  Baron Von Wed well Jarlsjt^g, who  was the minister of Sweden and Norway  at Madrid,   and   who   is a.Norwegian,   is  leaving the Spanish capital  today  for     Christiania.  He has  telegraphed  asking  to  be  immediately relieved of.the post owing to the  dissolution of  the  union. ^I^.is example'will be followed by-the ministers  at  Washington and Rome,   both     of  whom are Norwegians.    A  telegram  frc-m  Bjonistjr.rnc Rronzon,   the Norwegian 'dramatist, published here today sums up the popular feeling     as  follows:    "The- address  to   thc  King  is  an expression  of the" will of  the  entire  Norwegian people.    The dissolution of the Union is a blessing for  the entire North."  St.  Petersburg,  June 9.���������-The government is plainly preparing'' the public for the announcemeii t.  that     the  Emperor *- lias     decided . to) conclude  peace and that negotiations .have.begun,  by perniifeting the publication of  all: the' foreign despatches ."bearing",'oh;  the subject.   The newspapers and the  Russian   public,   Iiowever,   until   now,  have.'.-oniy.. had   a suspicion .that  important ..moves., were 'going on behind  the scenes.    In  well  informed circles  it is bilieved that Japan has Already  insfiucted Field Marshal Oyama     to  stay his  hand,  pending the result of  the"-,  present tentative.negotiations,  and  that General Liuevitch has also  been confidentially advised of the'si'b-  uatiph.    Nevertheless;*,, the   irreconcilable remands of the war party are  believed      to .be urging 1 he Russian  commander-in-chief to assume the aggressive, in; tlie hope of achieving.... a  victory  and  thus change the Emperor's present position in favor of the  (Associated Press Despatches.)  their respective governments that the  ,'uime has arrived for the war-ringed  'countries  to conclude peace.  havior    on   the  part  of  the  officers  and crews,  and added  that the officers and  men  may be conso-led     by  , The President's endeavors seem linr- |***>e thought that tliey ^ proffered their  ited to bringing the plenipotentiaries  of Russia and Japan together to arrange, they preliminary, terms for the  conclusion of a limited armistic and  the selecti on of a place for fu'tu r he-  gotiations.j and the pleni-potentaries  in the opinion of the ''diplomats, wil  make -1lie next move, as it is  likely that Japan 'will divulge her  terms  until diplomats meet.  The amjk^ssador of one, of the great  European powers expressed the opinion to tlie .Associated Press that: the  exchanges would not occur at Washington or at any European court, but,  upon the battlefield of Manchuria.  Both Russia and Japan desire to  conduct the negotiations direct, said  the . Ambassador. Continuing, lie  said: "Where is there a Wetter place  than Manchuria, which "is beyond lhe  sphere of European influence, .is prac-i  tically neutral territory and is -in d  sacred  duty.  HOW  PEACE  SITUATION IS  REGARDED IN     PARIS.  Paris, June..,9..���������M. ��������� Bompard,     the  French ambassador to  Russia,     returns   to  St.' Petersburg   tomorrow  -,,'-+��������� after a lengthy conference with Pres-  idsnt Loubet at the foreign office, in  wh ch it is  understood the peace'sit-  iiation was  fully considered.       This  will  place the ambassador in a position to -strongly co-operate io the pacific., offers of .the United States, and  it is  intimated  that he may  carry  an autograph letter, from M. Loubet  to   Emperor  Nicholas  along       lines,  similar     Xo     President Roosevelt's  message;      The general   feeling here  continues   hopeful,   the  officials    considering  that   the  Emperor's   hesitation  anl  Japan's military aims    are  the chief, obstacles remaining.  chance of success. It can lie assurred confronting each-���������other-.upon, the field  that there will be no further^ blood- where they have fought could ar-  shed in Manchuria until belligerents range the ..preliminaries? Once the  have decided whether it is now pos- main principles  sibjei to agreei on ".peace terms. |������iic.-.������������������-.m  -������  ^^.,������.v,............ v-.---���������-,- .,  LONDON OPINION OF     '-  PEACE  SITUATION.  the  in  MRS MARY ROGERS WILL  PROBABLY BE HUNG.  Albany, N.Y., June il.���������Judge keck  ham, of the United States supreme  court, declined to grant a writ of error which would allow the -a.se of  Mrs. Mary Rogers, of Vermont., now  under sentence for the murder of her  husband, to go to the United States  fore him at his office here tocjay.  SWINDLED  THE ACTRESS  Mrs. '-.Brown Potter Charges  Her Lawyer with IVHsap-  propriation of 860,000  London, June. 9.���������The further hearing   of      the  charge against   Alfrsd  Fossick,      a lawyer  of  Maidenhead,  Berkshire      (charged, with misappropriation of $60,000, and who,, according  to a statement made, in court by  counsel  for  plaintiff in  the  case,  in-  formed .plaintiff's counsel  that he had  lent money     to Mrs. , James  Brown  Potter)   occurred   today.    Mrs.   Potter      testified  that  Fossick,   as  her  lawyer,  undertook to raise from   his  clients      a $(i.r-,0.K)  mortgage  on her  properly  at  Maidenhead.   The money  was      required  to  work  the  Savoy  I heat re.        Mrs.   Poller   never  knew  that  Fossick was   personally   advancing the funds.  conclusion  of hostilities.    If such  an  reol< communication  with  tlie; rcspee-  intrigueris  in  progress; it has      no ���������~*tiVt;   capitals;: Lineviteh  and  Oyama  -*���������' .--.������������������.- ,.....,.;.i   eonfrontine-   each  other  uDon   the belt.  London, June 9.���������Much ..satisfaction  is expressed in-official and diploma-  as to the i ndem h i ty; t ic '..'ci rcl.es here at the apparen t suc-  the statues of Sakhalin ;and Vladi- j cess��������� b'f',President Roosevelt in bring-  ���������Tlie gowrninent in. the. present em- ' vostok, and flic question of the Rus- i���������g Russia and Japan together for  crgehcy is acting with great wisdom, sian ships1 in neutral waters iii the :(,hc purpose of ending, the war. Since  It is: preparing in 'time, the proclama- ,Far East, are adjiistwl, all "oilier'- his arriVal here Whitla;w Reid,  tion of a national assembly \vitli queslions could easily be settled." AmcricaSi ambassador, has been  the^nnoiirtcenient that-'peaoe' nego'tia** '.EMPEROR NICHOLAS THANKS .-: close and Ireq'nent communication  tions have begun.    Its committee  of        ~ "���������       " ROJESTVENSKY1 (with--the ���������'foreigh  office.    The  ambas-  ministers is hurrying through., its ex-     ,-..'   p���������Wc,.���������rir     i���������n(1  o     /a 90  d   isado1' !'s��������� not :w'illinB at   Uic  Pl'esent  amination     of,the Blouligin rescript     ' &t'   ^teisbmg    June  ^-0*M-P.  J^^-^   to   disclose   {;he   result   of  commissions   project,   for   the  Gosu- ��������� m-.)-Emperor    Nicholas   has   cabled .(his ^^   but apparen'tly-he  is well  darstvenmiia Duma  (Imperial Duma)   t-he following messageeto Admiral Ro , pleased with   the  progress   of  nego-  scheme already outlined in these des- 'jestvensky:   "From my heart I thank jtiations, as after a-busy., week social-  patches,   its      consitfeiration  having 'y'oU aml aU o[ the officers  of      the  Mr a������d officially, the ambassador,and  commenced yesterday  and continuing sqUluirons  who have honorably done  today.   Practically no al'terations are   their   duty   for your  unselfish  work  .  being made in the text, and the As-  [or*RUSSia' and for me.   By .the will    Earl     Egerton^of Ta ton   and     his  ���������������������������   ���������   ���������  ~ ' "        " '   ��������� oI the Almighty .success was .not des-  wife, the Duchess o   Cuclangham and  i- ���������  1   A       ������?,    ���������,... ���������,jMv���������r5    hut    Chanders  (widow ol  the third Duke)  tinod  to crown.jroui endeavors,   but  |^ ^^ p^ Knlllsrordi ChPshIre  without in-  - Mrs.,-and Miss Reid leave London to-  i morrow to spend the week-end   with  sociated Press learns from a promi  nen-t Russian sfcates-rhan. conversant  with the situation that the review  of the commissions project. is purely  formal as the manifesto promulgating- a law giving the Russian peo; le  a voice |n legislation is already drafted. The informant of the Associated Press claims to have^-seen the original and he expects the law to be  proclaimed early next week.  Evidence   accumulates   that  President .Roosevelt's efforts in behalf of  peace ha>ve been supported by practically every European power,  by   the  transmission  through  their  represen  tatives at the belligerent's respective j of   the  Russian cruiser  Almaz,  cities     and     it   is   the conviction   of J not contain any intimation of mis.be  your   boundless bravery  will always .  De a source  of pride to the country. | The other  embassu's arc  I  wish  vou   a speedy  recovery.    May  forma ion        Russn^n official circles  God console you all.      (Signed) how think that ^������ ������ P    ^ M  NICHOLAS " 'at' lcasL  *'na*'     cessation of nostiu-  ''"���������,* 'ties is  pending  in   "an  endeavor  to  The serious wording of the message   ^.^ ^^  ^ ^.^ q[ ropresenta.  is attracting attention. The receipt- t-ves of lll0 fcwo powcrs.- it is poin-  iou of the Emperor's thanks to-those ted out in these circles that from  honorary doing their-duty is fanning' the first. Russia declared her prefer-  the ugly reports regarding the sur- ,ence to -ncffotiating with Japan di-  render of ships and the conduct of (rect, and President Roosevelt is ap-  soine of the crews. The messages of parently -.acting on that line 111 ar-  Admiral Enquist and Captain Chagin 'ranging  the  preliminaries  for  direct  did  negotiations between Japan and Russia.  NGN'  STARTERS   IN  THE-  DERBY   SWEEP.  The following list nf holders of non  starters in  the. Derby Sweep received  each   $2.00.   All     arc  held   in   Ladysmith.    The  tickett were sold by  J.  Stewart:  No. I fame  711���������Den'I . Look  finfi���������Full  Cry  llll���������The  Gull  (!7:-l���������Hare Warren  (K-i3���������Iver   Harold  'g 10���������Kingston  Fairy  DOT���������Mon I rouge  V-lUt���������Silurian.  (if)7���������Stradioariss  639���������The   Flourish  and   Held by  ,I..,.Malpas���������2.00  J.   Bicklc     2.90  R.  Gordon    2.00  R.  Blakeley 2.90  A-   Dunse      2.90  Slipper  ..I.  Barclay   2.90  J.   Winston   2.90  H.  Manuel    2.90  R.  Williams 2.90  E.   Mulholl-         2.90  ?29,00  TO DRIVE SIN  FROM PARIS  Alex.^ Dowie is   Preparing  to Invade Frencli  Capital  New York, June 9.���������A Chicago des-  p;,l.'b  lo the'Tribune ������ays that John  Alexander   Dowie   will   try   to   drive  sin   from  Paris and  is now  engaged  in gathering iu Zion City     the      legions   for      his      "French,  house,"      whieh  French capital.  The invasion will be sent as soon  as Mr. Dowie, can raise $200,000 "and  get together 3,0<10 men. The invasion will be similar to the. one  New York, but no women will  taken with the pally.  restoring  will  be sent to  the  TEAMSTERS TO  KNUCKLE DOWN  Chicago,  His.,  June 9.���������That      Ihe  teamsters must meet all of the conditions laid  down  by  the  employers,  now      seems,    from   the  employers'  standpoint,      to be  the logical  outcome  of   the  struggle.    Another     attempt   to     arrange  for a new  peace  conference has  resulted in  a reiteration  by the employers that they will  make  no  further concessions.  VISIT TER.  MINATES  LAN'DS  ARE  AGAIN  ON THE MARKET  in  be  They  many often,  and early,     in  Japan.    A   Japanese   paper   mentions  the case of a man aged forty      who  has  married and  divorced  thiil>'-''*'(*  wives,   and   is  now   married    ���������**>       a,  thirty-sixth.  With the .consummalion of the deal  between the E. & N. Railway Company and the C.P.R., comes the announcement that the reservation plac  eil on the lands has now been memov-  ed. For particulars as to town and  suburban lots and mineral, agricultural and timber lands application  should be. made fo Leonat^d H. Sally,  land commissioner, at the company's  office on Store street, Victoria.  King- Alphonso  Will Letre  for  Spain Tomorrow,  London,      June 9.���������This was    the'  last day of  King Alfonso's stay    in  London.    He  leaves early   tomorrow  morning      for    Spain.   His Majesty  spent  this   morning   in  witnessing   a  drill   of  the.  fire  brigade,   inspecting  the national  gallery of pictures   arid  in seeing the zoolcgfical gardens. Subsequently  the  young king  accompanied by  King Edward, went to Windsor.   A state banquet at Buckingham  Palace      tonight:| winds up  the programme    for   King   Alfonso's   entertainment.  It is stated but not officially, that  the price paid for the E. & N. Railway by the. C.P.R. is $1,000,000 ancl  for the land grant, $1,250,000.  k ntmSSUm  mm  -Sf-  DAItV tBDGER  *?^r  THE DAILY LC06EB  -.vsvvx.*--'  t-ublTsced   every day except Sunday.  BY        THE        DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  Ofliees,   Ladysmith and  Duncans  ID  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE    _  90  cents  a month,    *5  per  year  advance.     Advertising rates on ap  plication.  ____���������-���������  FRIDAY,  JUNK  9,   1905.  UF   VAST    IMPORTANCE  (if  very  great  impoi lance  to   Ladysmilh,    as    well as  to Yancoiner Island    in  general,    is  the purchase of  the G. & X. by the ('. I'.U.and of the  land  grant    and   other  pri\ ileges  held  1*.   the  E.   ������!*:   -"*���������'���������  company.    A   review  and     the    terms  given     Uie  E. <-*-   N.  of   how  Mi is  road    cmnc to be built  (���������u.,.p.iiiy   '������   n"1   without   interest   .u  this  nine:  Following is an attract from the  ,P,oil made by J. I). Kdgar to f.e  secietary of stale, ditfed Toronto,  .June  17,  187-1.  "To    Victoria  the    location of the  railway    terminus  is all     important,  because theie" is nothing in the terms  or union,   which     settles   that   theie  shall he any .portion of the line,  (C.  I'.  R.,) upon Vancouver Island; a ic-  vocable     order-in-council  and  the  i.i-  trinsic     meiil claimed Tor thc.Island  location     are  the points  which   they  count   on   to     secure the terminus at  Esquimau.      When   it  lucumc  understood   lhat   the surveys  were not ya  so  far advanced     as  to warrant   t'a  Canadian  government  fixing   the   pe -  liiancnt    route  aud   western   ten. inns  of   the  railway,  it   was strongly   ui;-;-  ed  upon me hy many persons  in  Victoria   that      the  const Miction    of   f e  line of railway should at once be ni:-  liertaken  by   the     Dominion   from   the  liar;. or i.f     Esquimale to the port  oi  Xanaimo,  on the  west  coast of'Vancouver Island, a distance of nhoul 7u  mile*,.   II   was  argued  that  al   vh.il  ever point upon the .Mainland''the Pa  cilic miyht   be brought to the coast a  slc-ani  ioi rv- tlu nee to Nanaimo might  be established,  and  vvoiild render this  > oi tic n  el   the      railway a   means   of  connection   with   Esquinuilt,   which   is  Mud  to be    thc* finest     harbor ou the  shores     of the      northern   Pacific.    It  was also     insisted  th.it from its  opening     then-     would   he considerable  and     pmfilable . traffic  over   this  line  in  the carriage of coal to  Esquimau  I'rom  the     mines at   Nananio or  Departure Ray.     Moreover,-it was contended   that   in   view  of the  admitted  impossibility to     complete    the  construction of the transcontinental railway  within  the  time originally  liini-  'iled,   some      substantial    concessions  should  he made  to  the people of the  Island  as compensation for their disappointment and  prospective losses."  long-continued  agitation  cnsr.ed.  in  respect to  the     building of  the rail-  Seattie's brc  Papers  DULY  SUSilAY  fWIC������ A H'EiH  .-;.)  -J i^^S\li%'^%^^:^%y,\%%,%\\\^s\^^%\\\\%,%\t  B-sIij ?&3{-:iiteffl&������-c-5r, J "J i: JO raxs   *&     '  Publizbea    the    fullest    '.elctfrnphlo    r  the  world.    f  nevra,    Dally ' J*  and Sunday edition, 75c per mouth     /  ii  P I"  I     ���������       li  IHE  PQSk-  IKTfLLlSmtii  ?������ f   news  from   a21  pants  cf  J V All the stats and local ne  Sample Cep.'es Free  Write f er C?;e  Swlzy Fc-3f-:n:eH-S������ncsr, -JO U5'i i'ngea  TLt- ifiigest and mest complete San  /**   rt   JhJ"   i'9per  north  cf San  Yrandsoo.  \   ������   Spscial   depe-rtments   of   literature,  of fashion, of wcmen'n newt**.     6u*b������-  dj-.y edition, $ 2.00 per yoax.  Twice a Week Post-stifeM'geacer  All the nam of tht ire������k in oondae,  detailed form. THE TWICE A  VTV.HK EDITION IS THE BEBT  TWICE A WEEK PAJEB PUB-  LI3HED OKT. THE PAOIPIO COAST.  Write for sample copy and be mml-  eir.Ced. Subscription prlo*, fLOO  per year.  DAY SCHOOLv  Unual subjects taught; also languages, .drawing iu pencil and cray;  ons,'paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons gir-  eu in classes ar individually.  MISS  BERTRAM,  t������dysmith. B. C.  Via the peoples' -[favorite  SI  k'A Postmasters Will Take SoWcrfetlwa  KS - ^l.lL.<i:NCEii CO., Seattle, Wash.  S. P. W3ST0N, Business Manager.  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. 686, P.  O.E.     :���������:        :-:        :-:        :���������j  Meets In the Opera House 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President, B   Forcimmer;     Worthy  Secretary, C. H. Rummings.  ������X3KM������AV\1wVA.\\'������l V^fvV*. V* V. '-M V, 'iVX\^*Wt3C������*ii1U83O0S3S3S!  j    ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I    ������������������   Plans,  Specifications and   De- *���������  j    ������������������   tail*     furnishetl for all kinds ������������������  ]    ������������������   of work in the CARPENTER ������������������  I   ,������������������   Line    -       ��������� ,                     , ������������������  ggggggf j ������������������   0.   B.   ROBELEE,  Carpenter ������������������  2nd ave, Lady-  way and finally the terminus question was settled in I88."l by an agreement; which   was made between    the  provincial governnieni and a party  of capitalists at.the head of whom  was  the   laic Hon.   Kobt.   Dunsinuii,  (o construct  the Rsquimalt &  Nanaimo   Kailwuy   and   telegraph   line���������-tl.e  capital stock of  the proposed company to, be  *3,0()0,000.    An   act of  the  Butish Columbia, legislature was pas-  sc-d Dec.  Ml,  l88-'l, ratifying lhei agreement  and     specif) ing   that   the   com-  j a'iy recei\e  $750,000 fiom    the   Dominion government  , together with a  certain     tract      of land  within  a day  scribed    limiti     from     the  piovincial  govcinment,   jinouiiling   to   2,000,000  acres,  being on the east side' ol' Vancouver  Island, and  hot nded  by a line  drawn from  let to Muir  Fuca  as security with the receiver-general,  'lhe road with its equipments was to  Iv exempt from taxation for ten  years r.fter completion, and all ma-  teiials used in its const met io,n were  lo be admitted free of -duty. 'lhe  rotul was to be the J-ame guagc a.s  the Canadian  Pacific Railwav.  Thc company ' was incorporated  Sept. 27, IKStf, the line was formerly opened three yeais later���������Sept, 17  ISSfi., Messrs. -AjjLennan and Earle  had the cantract for the southern  section as far as Shawuigan Lake,  and l.ar,in and Connelly for the northern section.  The lormal opening of the line into  Victoria, it having previously terminated at Russell's station, on tnc  other side of 'the harbor, was made  *\cnt   bv the citizens'of Vic-  ������������������   C.   B.  ������������������   and  Joiner,  ������������������   smith,  B.  C.  Overlands  Daily   \  ii  U 11;; N ! #   Managmen  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnell &Woodbank  Proprietors.  Modern  and     Strictly Virst Class.  Commercial Mens' hcadciuarters.  Fire Proof    Building.  Passengers can leave Victoria daily  at 8 p. in. or 11 p. m.. '  '    -  TICKETS SOLD TO ALL POINTS  Shortest     route to    Fcihie, li. 0.,  and  ALL  KOOTENAY  POINTS.  For rates.     folders,     sleeping car  reservations and all information call  on or address  S. fi. VERGES,     E-. R. STEPHEN  G.W.P.A., '     79 Govcinment st  Seattle, Wash. Victoria, B.C.  the head  of Saanich in- , ,x Kslla c  creek, on Uie straits of   *���������������.  "-sl  oi *h������H' *ere aMC,nb,c*  Ihence   noriherlv - lo   Croun ' ������'*���������*������ ^  ������he ^'aUo" al  Btore BtKtl  .. ,��������� .  < ,     ,.     , to  witness  the ceremony.      Much en-.  mountain;      thence    eastern   to  Scy-'  i thusiasin was'inaniTested at the possi-  moiir narrows;     thence   following   t-!ic -\f.i���������i>���������,i  bility of connection with a Mainland  cast,   coast     of      Vancouver     Island,-      .   ' . .  railwav  svstens,   it  having   long  been  s mlheasterlv    lo  the   point   of com-1 "     "...     .   ,       ,.  ���������    ���������riIT, ,.f  ��������� a    di earn    oi   the late    lion,  uotieit  "l"lCon,ellt' ' Dunsinuii  lo make the Island' railway  Oul   of  the   tract  mentioned     were \ ...,,��������� /-.  i par;  of a  ti-aiiseontinent.il  line.      On  c\<eptcd all   the lands alienated  pnor-r  . . i the conclusion of the ceremony a pro-  to the dale of the passing of the sr.id .  ' i ession  was tormed  , a1- the head of  NOTICE.  Persoas found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,  will be prosecuted.  RUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  Ladysmith,  B.C.  HOTEL     LELAND. .  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated ,and re-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Granville ,and Hastings  streets   Telephone, 1-4.   .   ,  Esquimalt  & Nanaimo Railway  Time Table No. 54,  __  TAKING  EFFECT Til '01.SDAY,  APRIL 13,  1L05.  Northbouad Southbound Northbound   . ���������       Sat. Sun. Southb'd  f-eave Daily Arrive   Leave     and Wed.        Arrives  A.M.      P.-M. P. M.     P. M,  Victoria      0:00 12.OC Victoria   4.80   7.55  Shawuigan' Lal.e ........ TTT? ..   10:20 10.-1C Shawnigan Lale .... 5.17  6.48  Diiacans   .... ~.    11:00   10.02 Duncan      5.55 5.55  Ladysmith   ....       u:57    9.10  Ladysmith  .... ,���������....   0.45   5.00  Nanaimo  .   .-.    ...  12:40'   8.20 Nanaimo , ".....' 7.37  4.15  Ar.  Wellington " .' "   12:53Lv 3.00   Ar. Wellington    7..r-2~''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 at 1.30 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.  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOL.D AND,  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  I  t  i. CLERMONT LIVINGSTON, THOS. KIDDIE.  General Manager. Smelter Manager; |  I  1   :'������  1'         1  '  s     1  $    1  *     i  I     \  i  i  J  ,ict,  eillu-r by      crown   e-ant   in- pre-  (���������mplimr,  or held  under lease, 'agrec-  inni  for sale,   Indian reserves or set-  tlemenls,  or      for  naval  or  m,lilaiy |  IMirix f-es, also   i l.t* ianils lyin^'i to  lhe ���������  nui-lnvvaril of a lino running cast  and .  wis'  half way  he t ween  Ihe mouth of'  the Courtenay  river,  Comox  district, .  an.l Scyimr-r     imnoHS.   'lhe hind so  i-r.inte.L to the company, however, in-  el.did,     atcordiiiK    I"  the  act_.   "all  coal,    coal    oil,      ores,  stones,  clay,  which was Won. Air. Dunsmulr in ,i  ran-inse, and so enthusiastic were lhe  e,'ti/ens thai the hoisrs were icmov-  (<l 11..in the vihicle and the latter  drawn through the streets by a large  number- of men, the crowds mean-  >\l ile ehterinn loudly.  HOLLAND'S  CIMIK  l-'OR   LA71NERS  'lhe  llollandois are not  fond  of  la-  yv  people   and they have a  good  way  substances  therein."  marble,    slalc,      mines,   minerals  and   ,,uUrin������r     persons who can but won't  whatsoever   thereon and ! wc r!<.     If a     pauper who is able to  Later it was decided that'.] work' refuses     to do so, they put him'  I in a. cistern, to which a-pump is at-  siher and gold were excepted Lo the ^^ an(, Uu.n on astl.eam of water'.-  crown for thc provincial government. '|'iu.s(roam flows into the cistern just  The company was -required, to commence, work forthwith and to com-  I K'te and equip the railway on.orbe-  i'ore Juie Id, 13.S7. In default of  ,sv,uh. completion as speci^d, as time  was an essence of the eonlract, the  contractors wcra to forfeit their  subsidy, $750,000, \the land grant and  lhe..amount,-$250,000 to be depositvd  ;-������*3s?S^������2S������������2&fe  Xa&i&&8BSSSSSS3^^  Public  Limited,  Attention is called to. the     fact  that the  Ogilvie Flour Hills Co.,  makers  of  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR      have for some time  past, bee-ri producing flour in a   vastly   improved   and   purified   town  by  the aid or ELECTRICITY  and having secured control  of    all  the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising   the   public  that  any   unauthorized uuers of th������ wleetrical     flour  purifying  processes   will  he pro-  ���������ecu Led.  Ogilvie riour Mills Coinpar-y limited  arc tiie  only millers in 'Canada whose '.Flo*".1 5*  purified by th^ Elec-trio procas -  slowly enough io��������� enable lhe lazy per-  ((���������u hy lively pumping, to keep I he  Hater from getting over his head.  The City Market  R. Williamson, Prop.,  isi Ave,     Ladysmith  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rates $1.25 aid $1.50���������  Free bus to all -steamboat landings ana  .-niUiivdepota.    Eleclrie ears every livt  i.ii.uu-.-  10 ail psir'.B ol   the eiiy.   Bai  ud table untxcelLd.   .   .  VF. BAVNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER  B, O.  F HcB Young  BARRISTOR and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO, LADYSMITH  I  HILBERT  ItENHVS NtiRSFKltS  A speeding. automobile met a  .smoothly  gliding cutter oq  the road.  "Ah!" it said to the ci'tter,  "where are you going? "  "Sleighing, of course," replied the  cutter.  "And you?" ,  "Slaying,!" shouted back the automobile, with a horse.lcfs laugh.���������  f.ippcncott's  NEW CROP-  flome Grown 8c  Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     and FLOWER  SEEDS.  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  JIODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.     Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  TRANSFER OF LICENSE  Notice is hereby given that at the  next sitting of the licensing Court  to be held at Ladysniith, 1 intend to  make application for a transfer of  Ihe retail liquor license now held Ly  me for the premises known as,the Pilot Hotel, situate on Lot 9, block  12fi Ladysmilh, 13. C, from myself to .f. B. Thomas.  ' GEORGE   HANNAY  Ladysmith,  B. C,  13lh May, 'lOOft.  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor.  Government     and  Yates  Ste.,  Vicforii, B. C*  )  Trains  Transco-Uinenta1  Trains  Daily  This   Hot.H  hns    bre-n   completely  renovated  Hoard  and  lodging  $1.0(1  pei   ,!.iy.  HOTEL   PRETORiH  Supplied   with  the  Rest    Wines,  Liquors and  Cigars.  Covering  Old Surfaces  We have just rjecived a large shipment    of   the  famous  Melrose  Liquid  Paints,  tho     best, on    thc iiiarl.eL al  $1.7f) per gallon.   We also ���������handle Maple Leaf  brand  of     varnishes,   buggy  paints,     etc., in fact, we have everything to beautify the homo,  !    Wallpapers    from   10c  to   ? 1..00   per  ] Double Roll.  j    Painting, and  paperlianging  done  at  reasonable rates. a,t  HARRY KAY  FIRST AVENUE  Are You  Going East  Tliei be sure your tickets read   via  Lbe  TnRTn WW1������������������  One of which is the famous "North  Coa^t Limited," Ride on it always.  Up-to-date Pullman and Tourist  sleepers on all trains. Through tickets issued to all paints East and  South, also Pullman tickets issued  and  berths reserved.  Only direct route to Yellowstone  Park. Cheap rates from all points  Kasti frojn Mai'cfi 1st to 'Ma.'y 15th..  Steamship tickets on sale to all  European points. Very low rates  now in ell'ect. Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire.  For  further^ particulars', call  at the  oin'or r.honc No.  d5C.  A. D'  CARLTON, C. E. LANf.i  A.G.P.A.,   N.P., General   Agent  Portland,  Ore. Victoria,, II.0  W. SILER.  v  GENEKAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY no**'���������:  Leave orders at tiie Abbotsford.  LADVSMITH SHAVING  PARIORS  HIGH STREET.  .���������:���������: Best in the Citj :���������:���������1  RA.TKS *2.oo PER-DAY  SAMPM* ROOMS  BAR SUPPLIED WITH BI?ST  WINKS, I.IQUORS, CIGARS  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  Beat accomodation in town. - Splendid hunting; and Ashing in near vicinity.  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor  LADYSMITH, B. C.  ;-M*>;-*f>H-:������H{������*������:+>^  r.  UVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK   A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  ���������>  ���������  *  tt  |PHONE 66 " LADYSMITH J  WM.MUNSIE, President  J. W.  COBURN, Man.  Dire������tor  TelephoneJ46.  Ladysmith  Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-Shlngles ������ Specialty.  ' ���������Maniifactarera    of-^  Roui-.li and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln  Ejried  Flooring     and  Finishing    Lumber  In    Stock.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,50(),000  '. ��������� ��������� >S HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  IB. E.. WALKER;;General-Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'I Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  - I8SUED AT THE FOLLOWING BATE3:  $5 and under. -...;....   "3 cents r-'  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents *  "    $10        " " $30   10 cents  "   $30       " " $50   15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par .it any ofTiee in C  ltada of a Chartered Bank  -(Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points   n tlie United StatW*.  NEROTIAI1LK AT A  FIXBD RATE A  THE CANADIAN DANK OF COMMERCE , LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of reinittin   small sums of money  with sufety and at Hinall  ;ost.  t  Geo. Roberts,  S^i9-  Prop   Dealers In   Pianos and  Organs ...  Ladysniith, B. C.  The  only   line  now   making    UNION  DEPOT    connections at  ST.  PAUL  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with        the  through     trains    from    the     Pacific  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST  TPwAINS,  THE   LOWEST  RATES,   THE  FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    fCANSAS  CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete  information asl*' your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   Agent,  151 Yeeler Seattle.  THEJONESHOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Good Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  HIGH STREET, LADYSMITH  LADVP������'JTH BRANCH  W.   A.  CORNWALL.   MaHager.  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  I0TICE is hereby given  that at  the  ext sitting of the Licensing' Court  be held at Ladysniith, L intend to  pply for a transfer' of the retail liquor license now held by me i for  lhe premises known as the  Central Hotel, situate on Lot I,  Block 2->, Ladysmith, B.C., from my-  nlf to David II. Davies and from  (lie said-Central   to  l-he  New    West-  BOOTS   AND  SHOES  AT RIGHT  PRfCES.  Repairing an  d   making  to order   ������  speciality.  THOflAS  MCEWAN  1st -Avenue,  Ladysmith, B. C.  Best  accommodation  for  transient  and permanent  boarders  and lodgers.  ni  Hotel,   sit nut e  on  Lot.  Block  8.  Ladysmith,  B.   C.  FRANK   BARDESONO,  Ladysmith, B. C.j,. May 2nd, 1905.  GRAND      HOTEL  . This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar Is up-to-  xlale. Rates $1.00 a day -and upwards.  WM.  BEVERIDCfE, Prop.  Esplanade :���������: ���������������-: :������-: >���������������: LadysmitB  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED  AND FRESH.  BREAD FIVE CENTS PER LOAF  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  lUTblUNTNO"      ~~  FARM PKODUOE  .  Orders  will   be  delivered   anywhere  in the city promptly and a-t the lowest possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, oa tfce  JAS. WARNO0K,  L DAILY LEDGER  ���������  *.  ���������  ������������������m  There is No Necessity  ef. bonding away for anything    you may require .in  Hardware or Garden Tools  We can supply ya-ur wanti in alf  neasonablie  goo-cle such aa Hoes,  Spadea, Shovels, Rakes, Lava  Mowers, Poultry netting, Etc.  Prices Always Right  PITT & PETERSON,  Duncan,   B. C,  Jzoul^alem  /{otel  DUNCAN  STAGE LEAVES FOR COWICHAN  LAKE  MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY,  A.ND FRIDAY.      MOUNT.       '  SICKER  DAILY  I  PRICE BROS,,  ������������������        Proprietors.  DUNCAN  ESTABLISHED 1878  and QUAniCHAhl  W, P.  ���������Importer and Dealer in all kinds of Merchandise���������  AGENTS FOR���������The American Cveam   Separator Co , Grant Powder Co.,  and B. C. Pottery Company.  AI50 Manufacturer of all kinds of Feed from Home Grown Product*.  Quamichan Hotel  ���������o���������  Keast's Livery &  Freighting Stables  Headquarters   for  Tourists and Commercial Men  ���������o���������  BOATS ON SOMENOS LAKE,  s  Splendid Fishing, Telephone connection. '  FRANK CONRUYT, Prop.  Duncans Station.  -H. Keast, Proprietor  Stage leaves Mount Sicker at   7 a.m.,  at 12:30 p.m., daily: axcept      Sundays.  returning, leavet   Duncan  (Specials at short notioe.)  X   X   DUNCAN,   B.  C.   A:   X  ROBT. GRASSIE & SON  GENERAL BLACKSMITHS  AN EASTER OPENING  FES  MILLlif STORE  OPENED AT DUNCAN  , Newest creations in Millinery. Up-  to-date Hats Made and Trimmed to  Order at Shortest Possible Notice.  FLOWERS,     FOILAGE.   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  thc 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 have,  or who may receive, entries for bar  diggings or bench claims, except on  the Saskatchewan   River,   where  the  lessee may drcgde to high water marls  on each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall  have a dredge ia  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 2i 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 l������������!sec-s right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by/its position on the  lstday of August in the year of the  the date of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge ia  operation within two years from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles within six years from  6iich date. Rental, $100 per mile for  first year and $10 per mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty, same  as placer mining.  Placer Mining ia thc Yukon Territory���������Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  eegth,. measured on the base line or  general direction of the creek or gulch  the width being from 1,000 to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250 feet square.  Claims are marked by_ two_ legal  posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining Recorder's office. , One extra day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.  Thc person or company staking    a  claim must hald a free miner's osrti- j  ficate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled    to    a claim   .of 1,000 feet in  THE STORY OF CAPTAIN  SCOTT S COON  Eiery one, has heard of "Davy  CrockeU's coon," the one which said:  "Don't shoot, 1 will come down."  To "come down like Davy Crockett's  coon," is a colloijuial expression in  common use. Crockett and the coon  that came down are so popularly associated together that to attempt to  disconnect them is well nigh to attempt the impossible. To explain a  thousand times that it was not Davy  Crockett    to     whom  the coon came i  **^**^*&*.*���������4^4*������������#.fl&&9&&* & 'ztA**********-**  Union  down, were without effect; the world  has it "Davy Crockett's coon," and  the world will have it-so, and there  it stands.  The real hero of the coon story  was Captain Martin Scott; the story  was a tribute -to his sldll as a rifle  shot. Scott was a brave man and a  good American . soldier of the Mexican war peiiod, and he deseived to  be remembered;, but even such credit  as the coon story ���������attributed to him  lias been filched from him and given  to another,  who did  not need  it.  Scott  was  a     native  of   Vermont.  l-'rom his youth    he was'famous as a  shot.      An     exploit   of    his "twelfth  year    was the     slaying, unaided and  alone,     with  his     father's  purloined  smootlnhorc,   of a    mauraiiding   bear  which    had ' defied     the entire posse  comitatus     of the grown-ups  of the  neighborhood.       There were no laws  in  those    days for the protection of  sheep-stealing      bears.       A     feat of  Scott's mature years was the cure of  a sick    man     by shooting him.     Thc  heroic treatment was administered in  a duel.     Scott shot     his antagonist  through    the     lungs.     The man had  been sick with consumption, but from-  that moment he begun to mend, und  got well.     If Scott did not actually  ���������effect the cure,     he at least had the  credit of it.  The coon story    was printed  about  the. year  18-10,  live years  after     the  death     of Crockett.     It was told of  Capt. Scott, and ran like thisj  ��������� "Capt.     Martin Scott  was  out in  the woods one     day with a party of  friends,- hunting.     They     were scattered  through  the woods,  each lrunt-  ing separately.     One of the party at  | length came opon a raccoon that was  jsitting in one ol the highest branches  of a very tall tree.     He fired at him  and missed.     One by one the rest of  the party     came    up and tried  their  i  Bra wing Co  NANAIMO,   B. C.  Hanufacturers of the !������������������.  E3.EER  In British Columbia  Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed  Brewed  from the Best Canadian Malt Run Hops  ���������������*jf*i������-������*****������*#^i������������������^ :+++9*9++99<  i ^*$$^?'$'*r&***  IHinSFS    mining   igguviEHtf*^.  Made to order and Repaired at short  notice.   Drill Sharpened  by us always  gives satisfaction.  Picks handl ed and repaired.  Shijpsmithing    in al1     its    ^rarities.  Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmitns.  Davie? Murray  Buller Street   -    -    -    --Ladysmith, b  C  WE   NEVER   SLEEP  BUT ARE     ALWAYS ON THE LOOKOUT FOR    TJIE BEST MEATS  IN'THE". MARKETS.'  WE ARE NOW BRINGING OUR CATTLE. FROM EAST OF TIIE  "  CKIES,  YOU WILL GET THE BEST IF YOU BUY FROM US.  PA KNELL   &   PLASEKT1  STFVENS BLOCK,  GAT/.cR'-* ���������yir.E'.iT,  -ADYSniTH. H  >������������������ ��������� t * + ^  x  LAC /SMITH TRANSFER CO.x  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A   ND  SAFELY.  HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY  STATION STREET,  DUNCAN, B.C.  DUNCAN   L^  ���������f   Freighting a Specialty   ���������������������������      '  PRICES riODERATE  F;RST-CLASS   TURNOUTS     OF    RIGS,    HARNESS,   HORSES,  DUNC AN.)   B. C  w+mmmm+mmBBBsm  AN IDEAL TOURIST AND  HEALTH RESORT  length,  and  if the party consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out *,,   .   ���������   .  ���������   .   .      ..     ..       .  put of which  no royalty shall      i*-|hand' cach misf������������g the distant coon,  chargen, the rest of the party ordin-i^������ f^ Sa"C:er aS they Proccelled-  At    length Capt    Scott arrived  and  !  Stables in tha rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   the  ir  WILLIAMS AN 3 WASH-ST  ********* **+++++*++++ ++ 4. ++ 4.+++++^, + ������. ^.^^ .  HOTELSTRATHCONAi  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.  Pharmacist  Your patronage solicited  , .Telephopie  in  Coaaection.  Ik:x x ������c % a^*Hfr-*M^ -''  *���������  ?x  R.B.  HIGH GRADE BICYCLES  Y.  Y  > I  Y  n  BICYCLE AND GUN  REPAIRING.     ACETYLENE   GAS  FIXTURES AND  GENERAL METAL WORKING  Fine lines,  WATCHES,  CLOCKS and JEWELRY REPAIRED.  SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED.  X  ?  Y.  Y  Y  H  Y.  Yk  *  J    Oddfellows Block     -    -     ������-      -.-���������--     --Duncan,, B.C.  )K_***(_9tf_*4r*-^_^^ - -}������-yeHfcJ$frJ9H!������r~X HC *  *  WHITTOME  FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION  LANDS IN MANITOBA  THE  NORTHWEST  TERi  2UTORIES     AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coal and $20  for anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate  of ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds  shall be collected on the gioss output.  Quartz���������Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free n.ijei's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advance  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company.according   to  capital.  A  free     miner,  having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  lame' 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, ona  additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At     least  $100 must be expended  on the   claim     each year or paid to  the mining recorder  in lieu thereof.  When $500 has been expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase the- land  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister  of     the Interior  to  locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of a  Royalty of 2fc per cent, of thc 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 fec$5, renewable yearly. On the North Saskat  ������hewan  River claims are either bar  or bench,  the  former  being 100    feet  long and extending between high and  low water mark.  The latter  includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill or bank, but uot   exceeding 1,000 feet.   Where steam power is used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.  ary  claims  only.  Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at the rate  of two and 'one-half per cent, on the  alue of the gold shipped from     the  fukon Territory to be paid to    the  Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one mining claim     on  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 v^lue of at least $200.  A certificate that work has      been  done must be obtained each year;    if  not, the claim ���������1*11 be deemed to   be  abandoned,  and    open to occupation  and entry by a Tree miner.  The boundaries of a claim may   he  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices  in   the  Yukon official  Gazette. *...!'  Petroleum���������All unappropriated Do^  minion lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within the Yukon Territory, are open to prospecting for petroleum, and the Minister  may reserve for an individual or company having machinery on the land  to be-prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as he may decide,  the length of width shall not 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  tho Interior.  Department  of the Interior,  ������������������  was in fhe act of pulling the trigger I  when the    coon looked    slyly around  thc limb and said:  "Who are you? "  "I am Scott?"  "What  Scott?"  "I am Captain Scott."  "Are you Capt. Ulaitin Scott? "  "The same,"  "Well,  "said the    coon,  "you need  not shoot, I will come down."  il  CALEDONIAN"  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY .  -:o:-  ARE ANIMALS CAPABLE  OF THINKING?  In' the     controversy as to whether  animals  think or not,  Peter Rabbit,  known naturalist,  writes in  Harper's  for June:  '���������'The point is 'not whether animals  think     continually*���������men     do not do  that���������but whether upon occasion they  are capable     of a- little thinking.   I  was swimming a river one day,  and  was carried away by a powerful current.   As    I swept down to the falls  a  rock aiid a bending  branch  offered  help.   I let myself go by fhe rock to  seize upon the     branch further down  the  stream.     Undoubtedly,   although  I  was     unaware of it    at the time,  there    was a     lightning   process  of  thought by     which I concluded that  the rock ofl'cred     too slippery a grip  lo  risk.   Afterwards     I  could  recall  nothing     whatever of the process  of*  thought,   but  only  the  swift  action  So in all emergencies.     There are undoubtedly   instantaneous   processes   of  thought and reaching conclusions, even  when a man afterwards thinks  he  has acted involuntarily.     The processes of thought are sometimes too rap  id to follow-   and no     man can say  surely how far certain actions are thc  resultof-   Instantaneous     processes of  thinking,   or  of  involuntary   impulse.  "So in the contention that no animal can think without language.      A  man     may adapt   means  to    an end  without        consciously    naming    the  means which he     uses.     Deal' mutes,  even when blind, have shown us that  they    arc    capable of good  thinking.  They have  a substitute for  language,  to be sure, but who has told us that  the animals    have not also a substitute?     Very much of our own thought has no words;  it lies on  thebor-  der between thinking and pure sense-  impression  .   The higher animals live  almost continually on this same borderland,  and how  far certain  intelligent animals    cross over from sense-  impression  to elementary  thinking  is  still a fair and unanswered    uestion.'  BUT IN QUALITY  IF YOLJ. WILL TRY US YOU WILL  BE WELL SATISFIED WITH OUR  METHODS.       NOW,   ABOUT  Reed Furniture  We show over ONE HUNDRED    different     designs in REED  am1  RATTAN CHAIRS ancl SETTEES, every one of which is chosen  with a view to its durability  and comfort, as well as* its ARTISTIC APPEARANCE.     A few suggestions  LADIES  REED  ROCKERS,  cane seats,  from      $3.">0  REED   RECEPTION    iii MRS, from $3.75 each upwards.  CORNER CHAIR,  similar to   illustration, price   ?.L0O  REED   VERANDAH   SETTEES, 4 ft.   lo-.g,  pi ice     $8.50  Our catalogue shows a complete range oi these goods.  WEILER   BROS  VICTORIA,   B.C.  PAINTINQ,  PAPEk  i3TC.  HANGING  right  iu   rear  Work done properly and at  prices.     Shop  and   residence  of Ladysmith  Hotel.  J.  E.  SMITH,  Prop  R. P. R1THET,  & Co., Ltd.  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :-: :-: ���������-��������� .-; :���������-B.C.  CASTRO AS PRESIDENT  OF  VENEZUELA.  Caracas, June 9. ���������President Castro will be formally installed as  President of Venezuela at 4 o'clook  tomorrow   afternoon.  Passenger���������Guard,    have  I  time  to  pay good-byt to my wife at- the barrier?  long have you been married?  Guard���������I     don't    know sir.     How  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  OTICE is hereby given that at the  ext sitting of the  Licensing  Court  0 be held at Ladysmith, I intend to  pply for a transfer of the retail liquor license now held by me  for the premises known as the  Kings Hotel situate on Lot 1, Block  97, Ladysmith, B. C, from myself  to Palmyr Tassin.  WILLIAM JOSEPH.  By his duly authorized agent,  l     1   ,: HENRY REIFEL.  H.O. MILES  Contractor  and Buifder  REPAIRING   of   all  kinds  promptly  attended to.     Shop on Gataisre    at-  M  m,  Solicitor,  Etc.  Mangy  1st Avenue    -  Loan  lAtYSMll  Ladysmith   Temp't No.  5 Rathbono  Sisters  meets  in the Oddfellow's hall  2nd and  4th Tuesday at 7.30  p. m.  Mrs.  Kate Tate,   secretary.  H.  Meatmarket  LADYSMIim, 3."  A-  #J  3 F   DAILY    LEDGER  LOCAL ITEMS  Dr.  R.  B.  Dier  is again  in  Ladysmilh and can  be found  at  all houis  a1   his ollice,on High street.)  A strawheny Festival will beheld  on June 21st (afuoinoon and oveningO  on the gioiinds of lhe Chinch of England, under the auspices of the , Ladies' Guild.    Admission,  10 cents. ,   ,  Those people who,.require the ser-  \ie\s oi a good dentist wiUdo well  to call onbi. R. B. Dier, who from  now on fan be ,found at his office on  High stieet   at   all  hours.  Mayoi  and  Airs.   Coburn gave ���������������������������a  moonlight     picnic last evening.       A  laifte paity   of young /folks went   by  launch  .is  far as   the  Indian  reserve,  a consideiable     distance   beyond   the  Point     The  paily  lr.n.k'd  and       roil eshments  pai taken of,j after   which  games weie indulged in, tlie party���������rc-  tuiiiiiig  home  about midnight.  >33E������a ssseac i  ���������jmTM 9������29SSB31K>Wt najfcii* fiiiwr***)' w^J M**f*k  Colds  i  It should be borne In mind that  every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and prepares the  system for the more serious dis-~  eases, among which are the two  greatest destroyers of human life,  pneumonia and consumption.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won its great popularity by its  promot cures of this most conixnoa  ailnieut. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs" and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent cure. It counteracts  any tendency toward pneumonia.(  f   Price 25c, Large Size 50c   ���������  [children,     gills,   died.   .Johnson   was  tcn-leily   deMited   to   his  young   sis-  Jleis He devised litllj pleasures for  tiit-111. The'family cow was the steed  lor thc juveniles of the household.  Attached   by  a harness  fearfully   and  , wonderfully   made,   the   gentle      cow  diew an  old fied  River cart,  loaded  with  the* little Johnsons, through "the,  mot* flows of tlu* Aiinucso'-a rover. The)  creakn;' of the great wheels on   the  wooden  axles  gave  notice  to       the  neighbors   that   Johnson  Was   giving  his sisters a ride.   On Sunday, when  the stem  work of fighting the wolf  was giveii over���������an  opportunity       of  which the wolf not infrequently took,  advantage  of���������the   bo*.-:,   carrying  offe  or two, of the'children- when-.the cow  was outof commission,  made excursions   'into.; the surrounding country  'with   the  family. , For himsi If,      he. :  had noiie of the things a boy's heart  craves���������if ho earned or  bought a (lain  ly  it was   taken    home  to the little  girls. They had nothing; but what he  hat' .a baseball '**y.^<*   oi; bought.^ The  impendence  of Mrs.   Johnson';  In  which  she-was  Photographs.���������Today and  .lime l������lh, the studio will be open at  Ladysmilh C.ibinels, $2. nil per doz  and up     FncKe   A:   Stiechneck.  Theie   is   a decidedly   good   feeling  It      is     probable  maie-h .will be plavcd between the jmiT   . . .     ,-  V r ,    1       -n     . 1  m,a w,.i ���������-stoutly- supported  bv her son,  would  or team of Ladvsmith and  the Wei- ���������       " - ,-.'.,-.���������   ..  ..    . 1 .   <u-    , w ,V'",.��������� --ii,/.' "of* Permit the children s ould  Iinrton   players ��������� at   this  city  on   the.      ,', ,   ,���������,....���������:    ���������  he   11th  inst.  ,;     ,      - afternoon of  Monday, 1  ENGLISH  FORMER CHAMPION  AGAIN WINS AT     GOLF.  Louden,. June !).���������.Jaifics  Braid (the  former'.British'champion )   won   the  pH'\������iiiiii!.' in *i.ati\ smith owing to the   .golf championship today"with a score  pin chase of  the  H. &��������� N.,  particular. '��������� df ;1I8  1)   a*.   I lie   townsite and   waterworks  At  .ne iiicludcd 111 the deal.* It, now  looks as though this will hc apretty  ���������j,<x).l season and Ladysinith alhor-  otiuhlv   good   town  Nothing has been learned about the  $1,1)1)0  set   aside*   by   the   generosity  of tlu*  Piowncial  geivernmeiit-for"   a  conit ho.se 111 Ladysmith; but then, crest of the Grand rivei: flood  as tho same governminl, took away ..jja.ssc-.-l and although the .river  the e,o\eminent   agency,  small   debts    niainft      practically ionary  com I, registiai, etc , wn do not now scarcely perceptible fail is reported  111-ed ' i"(oi,i I house; Let us be by the water bureau. A continually  ihinklul  lhat   we aie-alive. "  ic-  cepf the most  tritling.^r'fts.   Devoted  as he was lo the little girls, the boy  siilTv-rcd     beyond _ tell:nj; when death.  look     the, first   one,   But the event  helped   in   strem-'thening  his  charac-  U r.   There was 110 time for weeping,  because extra money must he earned  10  pay- Uie- funeral  expenses;-Every  hand and every' pockefhook in '    St.  Peter lay  open  to  Jo!'11,A.  Johnson.  Sunday Examiner,''New York Jour, and  his     mother at that  time, but  a  they   took   nothing.   "My   boy      will  pay,"  said   his   Scandinavian  mother  j will) the Spartaif-spirit, and the boy  set  his. face  resolutely- to   the  work  of paying.   The only credit, the Johnson family ever accepted, .after John  lifetime its 'head, was from five undertaker, and for five years tbat'g'iloomy  per-soiiagc,  by    '"reason of ihe  three  I'tiiie rals,   look what  might be  pinched out of  the money needed for -tlie  living expenses of J.I10. family.  11   was  i.o meet  this extraordinary  nal,  New  York  World.- For sale  Knight's  book  store.  WATER. IN   GRAND RIVER  IS   SUBSIDING.  Grand  RapidS,  Midi;, -June'������������������).���������The  has.  re--,  '���������'.-'a:  "^ii'ici-fiisiiig    . 'proportion ..of :;l hey west   . -,. .. 'side is he-intr flooded by  wat-r which   deinand on hini  that ..young -Johnson.  is  spending  a  few'    is'', backing' up  from below.   IJlundre-ds '-put aside '.his ambition to study phar  Ren   Pon iiiiinci  d.ivs (his week  in Vancouver 011 -.'bush of   residences   are,;r-uirrounded   wluedi  ness     Mi    Poicimmer  will very; li' c-'' were-high   and  (try   yesterday.     The.  iv he able lo  tell  the-boys how ihey prospect': is  tluit   the : lloe.d.-d  area  the\   plav ball  111 Vancouverafter 1 is -will ;extend  greatly, tcday,;.even with  an nal home,   as  some,  league. Raines the river reoc-ding.  aie coming oil   this week in  the cily  r  that   hasv llic   honor   of  having   son.e  /of   lhe  pool est   hired   men.  In    'ther  woids  the   tail-ondeis iu  tlie  io.iN'i'iv'-  macy and took a place-in a goner a 1  store, where the work was harder,  but Ilie phy higheij::The preseiit  need'*,was, his handicap; Flu worked  .long enough to get even with the  I world, then wont back to the druggist,  manaacd,  by such  means as  he  :.     ��������� ;   FOUND  A   ladWltiir: : bca,   which  was left could- compel,. to.obtain a certificate  in i\ii- Lndysinitli Opera House about and  registered  under  the state Jaw  March 2o.������������������'The     owner can have the  The     foicnian     lorythe ��������� Newcastle.  io.nl disluCt who 'S'in charge of. lbe  load  woil  on   Hi'  nmiu road  leading  fhinugh      Lads smith,   is   doing   good  v 01K     The gi a veiling and ditcliiii j; of  ihe load on  the {nil, .near the  corner  nt   rIiu.li      stieet   and .First  avenue,  should  make a very  marked  improvement        Foi Innately,      through  the. ,  (.'miners  ot 'Mr    Thos.   Kiddie,   who  has     unen  nee access  to the' Coni-  panj's iii.uel   pit, 'good; material' for  the load ha**,  boon obtained.  same by -calling'at the. ollice of ���������)'.'  Stewart, identifying the same and  pi\ing for this notice.  My certificate 'was No.  1.1,"    -h**  said, "but -r*nevor, believed much in  hoodoos."  Gel.  your  Sunday   0-61 on is ts       at  Knight's. ���������-.���������'   '---"y,''.y  OF INTEREST    TO  THE  FAIR  SEX.  Venture  was in   for cargo,  A Ledger SMibe who was 011, his  daily piowl tins incrning saw a  ciowd of men on High street. He-  nat 111 allv thought something uniisiii-.'  was going on, and he was perfectly  light in his surmises, for upon in-  \estimation it was found that a iiiiir.-  1 ci or business people living at the  Toot or High Stieet had turned out  with pick and shovel and were with  their 1 nited cftoils endeavoring to  loinine a huge lock en which arc  painted the woids Roberts street.  The lock that they were working at  was a uu\ laige one, but to remove.  it was a laboi of love lo them an.l no  doubt in sometime hence they will  hau- it out   of the way.  Since the alio e was written the,  loi c woikuig 'ii High street has in-  i' teased and il is pleasing to note  1hrl not onlv base th.e large whitewashed locks l.een removed, but  then smallei bicthicn have Jso 'neon  shitlcd. \t thc time of writing the  work is piogressmg favorably and if  ���������continued steadih- the progressive  icsidonts of High street will be able  to conglalulale then selves upon hav-  inq n good thoroughfare.  SO   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  ... Copyrights &c  Anyone scmllnc n sltolrh un'l description ma������  ni'li-ltlv usi-ortitln our oiiinio.i free whatlier an  Irvt-iilioii Is |ir"U:iljly piilontiililo. Ooininuiilcn-  I dm'3 ������i rk'tl'y (loiilliloiitlal. 1 liuidtjook on lJatciiu  ���������'.ciii fri-u. olilusl iiirein'y for aecurluK paten's.  ��������� '���������iti-iita tiikun throimli Jlunn A Co. receive  ���������:Iui MliM������, wllliuiit fli.-iTiie, l:i tliu  "Scieiiflfic Hmerican.  ". le,ii.l-"*,'.':-l7 lllns:riiif.l v.f ckly l.nrpcst cl  i--i.''!..��������� ..i mi" :..*���������������������������:���������:���������;>������������������ I.niriiul. Terma. M  y,'-'f i'-ir ..!..���������-.....  *. I-  :-'U'.yH nnwaiiciilw  Loire -wciinan is not the one   . who  persistently  and   cheerfully  coiK-itiers  fhe  . -'.'difficulties   of a   solitary   life,  meet ing- its   t.rials_?ivitli  a disarming ,  s^,    , ������������������������������������b~-9-~9 ���������������������������������������������������������������-r.      "";- j'siiiilcy aiul   guarding  herself   against  Tug  Albion coated  here  this morn-   falling    into      that'ineffably  dreary  ing,  after    which  she    'proceeded   to   state which is meant by the tlesigna-  eoal and fuel  last evening  Oraiiite Island.  ' ���������;���������..9    -. '   -  Boating and   regatta shirts at  nin-ii   f.eiser &..Co.'s Ltd.  ���������j tion.       Nor is it she who, delivered  from all activity iby ill health, poss-  Si-   esses in   rare' perfection  the art      of  self effaccmenf.    .  ,-������������������������������������o���������;��������������������������� . ���������    Lonely   women   are  largely   recruit-  I0ARLV- STRUGGLE 'OF* ed-from   the ranks of the unmarried,  OOVERNOR JOHNSON, j but      they .are found in_ as great'or  When   the elder   Johnson   (thc fafh-;eve*n greater proportion v'nerc,     .-.p-  er of John   A.  Johnson,  governor  of ' parently, harassed a.nd harassing spe-  Minnesota)   was  spear a led   from   his .'e-imens of .the genus wives aiid moth-  faiiiiiy for   that   family's  good,  there   ers,      innccent  sufferers, it  may -he,  Stoves  We are.making them of the Newest  Styles.  Stoves  Pattern and Latest  WE DO. A.LI. KIN-DS OK  FOUNDRY WORK  Our Prices are I'.e sona   hie    .  SEE OUR    NEW STOVES  IN   ULAIR  AND  ADAM'S WINDOWS.  LADYSniTH IRON& ^TOVE WORKS'CO,, LTD.  EK55.%K-'i5'  SLIPPERS  50 Pah   {ln.er.son  strap,  turned sole,  Satrrday price,  $1 50 Pat.  30 Pair Dongola Slip  pers 3 strap, turned  sole, Saturday   price  $1.50 Pair  \h Wing .ft Co,  Vierchant  Tailors  Ladies' and Gents'  Clothes Made to  Order.  PERFECT FIT GUAR.V-J P-l ���������")  LADYSMITH,    B.   C.  LADYSMITH  STOVE WORKS  11 --siuv-  IB*  Two boxes for 25c  TODAY  FR-ESH STRAWBERRIES  2 Boxes for 25c  W. T. HEDDLE   CO.  Williams'Block  Ladysmitli  wore six e-liildron. How  I'd on lhe spare ���������fsirni  tin* liny is known only lo t  winner nnd his mother. The  oxpensrs of the household ;i.  eryth'i-ii^'. Then, whr-n ���������ih'-iilli  it did tlire'c times duriiii; I'  it.y of the future governor, 1  hcarlbrealving   tinit-s.    Thre.  Pariicnlai'Gi oenrs.  Tolepbone   1  ���������K***^t������T.' *' sa^i ���������* -������*v������ ��������� -  FRS^ H  TABLE BERRI   S RECEIVED DAILY  f_eave your orders early for Preserving Ber  ries.  Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  WILLIAMS   BLOCK.   -   -  TELEPHONE  6-7  loii^inK  for affection  withheld      from  i-.vpre's.sion,   wounded   hy   lhe   tlionglit-  lessuc.'s      which   ignores  their heart  Hinder,   or so hampered  hy cominoti-  1 lace (Inlie's   thai   they  have  neither  time nor      st re'ii^'th ,'to Keep up with  the iHi'inl't-rs  of  their own  families,  as   ilifse  only  enjoy   Ihe   thrill      and  l sliini.liis   i.f  a hroader   life,,  with   its  ,crov,'ded   opprirl'.iinilic.s.  I    The I'hi'ery ,siiii;li'  woman  funis lhat  jshi'  eaii   tic  a comfotl ^to  others    and  :ilo  ������nod      service  in   various  helpful  Ways, socinl,   personal and .charitable  iMofhers  soon   learn   thai   she  is    en?,  of 1 heir .faithful aids.  fLitlle chililreir  love her, as she enters  into their amusements  and  sympathizes  with their  small  p-riefs.    Young  men  and   maidens confide their pretty secrets      to  her diserefioii  and   older people  joy   the  delicate'  at tent ions  she  li/'.'hls  to   bestow.  The      most   popular fabric  of  the  summer  is known as "Indian head.  FRESH CREAM  25c Per Jor  BLAIR AND ADAM.  I'hone  -1-1.  LADYSMITI'.  In another ��������� column will be found  the advertisement of the Ladysnuih  Iron and Foundry Company. This  Company has been for some months  .steadily perfecting its arrangements  for turning out, in addition to its  other general foundry work,--stoves.  They are well finished and neat in  appearance and of 'a high class in  style and completeness. The company will soon be Jiaviiiq^Mieir sales-  meg out all along the coast, introducing those stoves. The prices at  which the trade will be supplied are  moderate. The stoves can and will  he put on the market at prices wliicli  will dpfv impoVtinp opposition. Ladysmith should and will appreciate  (lie energy of the company which lias  pushed ahead in this enterprise  which, if successful, as, now seems  assured, will lie of much benefit in  the way of a payroll in helping to  build up the city.  Schilling's Hest Tea. Money refunded   if  not   lo, your  liking  at  Simon  Lciscr  &  Co.,   Ltd.  Keep in mind (he Fact (hat the Ladies' Guild of the Methodist Church  purpose having a strawherr-ie festival  on Monday, .June KUh, of which further notice will lir. Riven laler.  l)r..R. R. Dier returned to Ladysmilh on the noon train.today. The  Doctor will remain in Lad}smith for  about,-three weeks.  <M [ m .[1T ....  ,, r, ^>^B-*-*-M������i*������M****>****rrr���������^J,''~*J*^*^M~*^*'*J3  NOTICE.  From      this  date  the  undersigned  ��������� will   not  be  responsible  for  any  indebtedness      inclined except   on       a  ' written order signed by tlie secretary  Rowland  Machin.  j    V.   I.  EXPLORATION & DEVEL-"  I       OPMENT CO.,   LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. O., May IStli, 190-V.  inonuD co.  WHOLESALE DRYGOODS.  Victoria,  B. C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrated  IRONCLAD BRAND  of  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  PANTS,  SHIRTS. ETC.  Its popularity   is   not   to  be  wondered  at   when  it is considered  that      it  is a substitute  for linen  and its   true  (1'iality of  cotton   is   not   (0   be   detected  by   the  most  experienced   eye.  In-dian   head  comes   in   all   the   linen  colors and in wiUths of from -one anel  a quarter      to .one "and'.a half yards.  The yard and  a'quarter width comes  at 18; cents, and from 10 to 12 yardu,  are ample lo make a three-piece suit.  Of  (lie linen  sheeting,   which  is  one  of the best  grade linens for the same  use,   that   which   is   two  ami  a   half"  yards     wide comes at SI .:���������!���������>.Of  this  four  yards  arc   needed   for  a     suit,  Umis making a far less expensive purchase  Hi.-n  to   bu*y  linens  in   thi*  ordinary   dress   widths.    Another   popular choice  is  what is called  Flemish  linen,   which   comes   72   inches   wide,  and   al   from   *1.2f>   to   $V.eU  a yard,  is  of  the stylish,   loosely  woven      of-  11   is  of lovely   un blenched  shade  and  feet which  is so much  in deinand.  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  NOTICE -is hereby given" that at the  next sitting of the Licensing Court  to he held at Ladysmith, I intend to  ���������ipply for a transfer of Ihe retail li-  (���������uor license now held by me for the  premises known as the Island Home  Hot,2l, situate on Lot 3, Block 20,  Ladysmith, IJ. C, from myself to  Agnes Knight.  IL  L.  BATES.  Ladysmith," li.   C, May   ii,  1005.  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 license now held by me for the  premises known as the Central Hotel, situate on Lot '1, Block 2!l, Ladysmith, B.C., from myself to Joseph   I'elligrnilli  FRANK  BARDESONO.  ladysmith, B.C., May  K', 1005.  Ladysmith Boat Buildin;  \i\m\  Launch and , Pleasure Boats of all  descriptions for Hire. Boats built  to order and   Repaired. Spoon oars a  ' Speciality.  !       IIARRUP  AND  IIAYKDN.   ,  POAT      P.IWLDERS. ^  i^ygggsgaEig-'^  Ticket No  6205  Wins the  Strawberries  and  Cream  Strawberries, 2 boxes for 25c  Jersey Cream, 25c per p int  Fresh from the Ranch in Pint Jars  Orders taken for preserving straw  r  berries.  SIMON LEISER 1C0 Ltd.  GATACRE ST.  LADYSMITH  mm  W.G.Fraser  MerchaiilTailor,  (rst Avenue)  Spring Stock on hand. Call early and  get your choice.  Odds and Ends  WATCH TUTS  SPACE-IT WILL P  AY YOU    SOMETHING      CUT IN  TWO EVERY  DAY.  THIS WEEK IT WiLL BE JUGS.      A      BEAUTIFUL  BLUE  AND  WHITE QUART JUG FOR  25c  LADYSMITH HARDWARE CO., Ltd  Charlie    Dunn  MERCHANT TAILORS  NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVED.  Charles Dinn, of thc above, firm, v isits Ladysmith every Sunday for the  purpose* of taking measurements and seeing customers personally. -May  he seen at the Hotels. We guarant ee all slock and a perfect fit at the  lowest possible rates. Suits from $15.00 up. Pants from $4.00 up. All  Ilaiul-maelf. Full line of the Latest supplies ALWAYS carried by My.  Drnn. ��������� ��������������� '  REALESTATE  hltfE, L'FK AND ACCIDENT INSURANT E  RENTS COLLKCIED  DEEDS,   WILLS,   MORTGAGES,   CONTRACTS     AND   AGREEMENTS.  DRAWN. \  JOHN STEWART  P. O. Box 26S  CONVEYANCING  NOTARY    riil'.I.IC.  CLOCKS        bargains        CLOCKS  .Inst received     a shipment- of all kinds ol* clocks that we will clear  at  Io������v prices !   ���������  I. .  '   I   .     *   ,   !     1   ;        I      !���������  EIGHT  DAY   STRIKING   CLOCK    %\\M  ETGIIT  DAY STRIKING  CI-.OCK   (with   alarm   attached)    $:-:.fill  fi     REPEATING   NICKLE   m.aRM   CLOCK        $1.75  %    REGULAR   NICKLE   ALARM   CLOCK ji.flo  * ALL THESE CLOCKS \\{E FROM THE BEST AMERICAN  FACTORIES* AND ARE fjARANTEED TO KEEP GOOD  TIME.  1  i-  B-FORCIMHER  WATCHMAKfeR,   JEWELER,  OPTICIAN  First Avenue,   X   X   X      Ladysmith,   B.  C  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  AM   work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  High St. Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  P- U h  1st   1 venue,   --r Lad/smith

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