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Array -_.       -       -2  ���������  ���������������������������������������������_.������_.���������i-i-si  '������*.''- " J*^> -1" w *���������*���������-���������^TT'-  ^surf**  aSse^y-  LADYsniTH Daily Ledger  g'-'^f"^^  ���������%/  -MAR 6 _ 1905  VObr-2,  SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1905.  4fe  PRICEF^V������i5M_^-l^'?  *_-?c   >  '*./  PARLIAMENT WORKING ON SCHOOL ACT        ���������   *      t .' ���������        ������.  It Is More Than Likely That the!  New School Bill Will Pass the  House  RAILROAD ACCIDENT IN  The Grand Trunk; Officials Are;  Saying Little   but Await-    j  ing Results ,  two Specials col  -LlDEiSEVKN SOLDIERS KILLED  MANY ARE INJURED,  SEVEN OF WHOM  MAX DIE  Victoria,   March <1.' ���������(Special.)  The City is     almost depopulated today so lar as Members'of'the'House  and their -friends     are concerned.  jL_u.i e.e-iing the Vamouiui and  Westminster, contingents and juan_.  island members leivror home to re-  (.urii oil' - iDiiiutay cveiungvor Monday-  I'tsiciuay -was. a quiet -.uay. ru . the  -J.-louse,'r the - discussion, on- lhe School'  lull  being  coiitinu^ii,  Messis.  Camer-  'oii,   Williams,   l\iacGo\\an,  Davidson  and   others  speaking" for  oi   agamsu  .the measure.     So far it seems lo be  '.conceded    that the bill,  with perhaps  some changes m coiniiultee, will early by a good   majoiily."    'J'hafc sonic'  changes ui  Lhe present school act arc  imperative the single inslniire-shown*  dining    the     debate Ibat Delta,  the  . we.ilfhiesl     pai I  pi   the ; 'Province,  wherj lhe    farming eonmiijiiity'Jiavc},  il is said, $00,000 lying .in the banks  drawing  Ibrce jicr cent,  intcrcs't, add  wheie (hey are veiy piospcious, pays  into    the     province only about.Vi'.i,-  000  in liucs and   iccei.es about 3>(������<J-  000 in school funds.      ,Other, instances are shown and all go lo bear on I,  the Government's claim  that changes  aie    neecssaiy. 'J be proposed   bill  will reduce lhe Go.e m merit's expenses by about SID1,000, per year. It  will increase ilie ,la.\es somewhat .in  cities of the third class, a/id ..rljltlu  more m tlie second -class, among'  winch arc Ladysmith ami Nan a i mo, f  and will add quite materially to;the  ta.ves clo inaintaii the schools,- us  they now . aie in Vancouver and Na-  naimo. Nevertheless, while il increases (axes locally il.distributes  lhc burden iiio;*o.et|iu,lably..;iiid is a  fair measure. 21 r Williams spoke  on Tliiiisd__y in fa\or of the bill, but  wants some changes in, committee.  Thc question of public" buildings  for I-.idvsmilh is being considered,  and it is quite certain that; something in the way of an appropii.il ion  will be, made. Jt is, however,, too-  soon as yet to. know ji'st.how thinfs  ���������_.f  J..MJ(1.  .-_ *���������.���������.__._  _.\_iwc������i.sUe district is evidently doing^'list of dead  caused  .ill ne, .tail; io .secure lair  Ircatuicnt,  K-r  Liiu_dit>lnU he represenis  On Monday the donate on the schoolj  hill w.illt_u"o resuiiied       * ' - ** '  pass ao.ntli3 committee staigc.  api'i'bi.Wltidlis 'will' very likely  and will..then i  The  be  brought down iiext week on early"in  -ahe-wee.v-tollowingr "There is-no'news  as regaids the government's railway;  policy.  <)_l_ci_ils_',of ir .Hie Grand .Trunk arc  i.e.c' and ij; .icilyJtalking, land grant  for ^beginning construction at Hie Pa-  ciiic  end  of   the line.     They     claim  that i.l, will U. much'less expensive to  timid Irom, Lhe cast. thiqiigh,to    tli3  -o.istj_ and   joint' out  the  fact "that  lhey'Tvi.1 have"no Oriental trade until   they develop exports along      the  In,e. of  Lhbir. road.-   This  will  ^ tal.e  yeais to accomplish and as they build  towaid--tlie      west will-be generally  (Associated Press Despatches.)  Pittsburg;  Pa.,     Alaicli 4.��������� After  ���������  the most searching lnvcs'tigation   it  The'member for j. is now practically certain that' the  by the collision  last? - night between two special  trains, from Cleveland.on the Pennsylvania railroad at Clifton station will  not exceed seven. Some ol the soldiers say a number of their comrades  are still under tbe wreckage but all  s3>eni'*to have been accounted* for.  " The following is a revised list of  the dead:' ' '  Ll. Donaldson, C. Schoefield, aged  38, of Company D, a Cleveland architect; .Captain Jas. Kelioc, company  C, Cleveland; Private II. R. llrll,  company C, Cleveland, Frank l-inney,  aged 10, son of Lt. O..C. J'mney of  Cleveland; Dodge, Pullman conductor  Chicago; Private Richard l.ucngci,  company C,  Cleveland.  Early  repoits had one woman' among the dead.   This has proved to he  a mistake.    The  injuied  number  '10,  seven of whom will likely die.     Am.  Two Hundred Thousand Japanese  Have Broken Through the  Ru  ssian  Lines.  done -.Jjng  ilie line.    It is generally Jong the seriously wounded are Major  I'c^ard'el as * a hold-up' to" ask further j McQuigg,  eoinnianding the engineeis,  - * aid  go.einn.cnl -* atd,-. and it now-seems  _\ery imliKily thai they will rscei>e  any assistance'from the British Columbia government.in the way"of a'  land ''fi.i-.iiit. -Twenty thousand acres  per mile is the aiiioiiiil'.tl.afrit'is intimated by Mie'uTTind~Ti*unk oilicials  would be an inducement. As to what  lhc     outcome will be remains to be  1.1.-S - t     "��������� In-. * ' .       -  seen. Some among both the government and opposition members favor  | making lei'ms'Svilli them so ^hat the  coast cities may receive a portion of  lhe WO.OOO.OOd that will be expend*!  by tl.e company in building through  i'.iitish Columbia, veryjitlle of which  will be e'\pcnd:d" on this'coast unless  const ruction is _ begun, at" this -end  as well as at other points.  Jt is now thought that another  month will see the close of the session. Theie is nothing to indicate,  that (here will be any trouble in the)  Mcllride government getting through'  the session unless trouble" arises'over  the.-.railway policy.- This is'hardly"  likelv lo, occur,:  ~l :r  MORE BOMB ���������  THROWING  A Potter Who is Believed  to  Have Been Implicated is  :.-;:-;Killed:. ���������������������������-���������;'.  (Associated-Ptess |;DespatcIics^)'s'  Warsaw, ^Ma"i;ch r 4.-4v telejrrafn ***  from Lodz says that a bomb was.  exploded'at noon today' Oii'tlve Mansion of M.'; Pdziian'slci, a millionaire  cotton .manufacturer,, aiid- that one  servant was killed... M. Poznauski's  servants went on strike yesterday.  Warsaw, Mar. 4.���������The bomb 'exploded in tlie hands of'liie liouse-  porlor, who is supjioscd to have been  examining it. Tho porter was blown'  to pieces. Two other bombs and in-'  criminating correspondence were ' in  the porter's apartments.-' ���������   '������������������;������������������*  Tin: police believe'.that the   bombs'  were  intended   to  kill  M.   Pozinuiski.  ���������' . ��������� ��������� o ������������������"-���������  ,. - ���������  Work was resumed - at '������������������' the': M'x-  leii.sion  Mines  this niornliig;.     ,.;-  GATNOR AND  GREJENEARRFSTED  In Accordance With the Re-  cent-Judgment of-Privy   -  Council  Cleveland, both legs bro! en and h,ea. I  cut;    Lt.   R.   D.  Smith, company   IJ,  Fairfield, Ohio,  both legs brolen and  head cut, cannot live; Frank Johnson  agr-d  20,  Cleveland,  right  leg  broken  and   injured  internally-,;  George Riley  aged  35,   Cleveland,   guest  of. Blajor  McQuigg,  injured internally  mid suii-  ering   from  concussion   of   (le   brain,  will probably die;  James  Gray,  negro     cook,      battery  A,   <_ levclai.d,  scalp  wounds  and   internal   in'1, lies,  will die;'Charles TI. Sturgis, aged 2-1,  Cleveland,   badly  burned, condition is  serious;  O.  A. Pinley, quartermaster  Collinwood)'skull  fractured,  may die   o   HONOLULU  POI80NINGCASE  St. Petersburg, March 4. ���������(5 p.m.  ���������'lhe  battle  going  on at   the fiont  has assumed  enormous proportions.  Already one of the Associated Press  "Ku-ssiau correspondents wires thai,  the Russian losses amount to 30,000  men and those of .the Japanese are  .slin'iatcd at ,40,000.  lt i.s added that the attempt to  jdraw aline around General Kuropat-  ku'n has not yet succeeded. But it is  .'-.-1,1(1 that tlie Japaness from Simmin-  mn are attempting by forced inarches to cut the Russian line of communications.  General Kuropatkiii, according lo  the latest reports, is stalled by the  iclt, but the Russian centr*: is yielding slowly before the Japanese onslaught.  On  Thursday Field  Maishal  Oyama  shifted   the  weight   to his  left,  seeking to envelop lhe -Russian right     8  miles southwest of Mukden.    In    the  J-JoodyjliaucL-to .hand  fighling  which  followed and continued for hoius, the  losses on   both sides   weie enormous.  Put the most serious news is a repot t that  the  Japanese flanking column  at Simnintin, about  thirty miles we^t of Mukden, has divided, pail  of it moving east, to roll up the ���������Russian  right wing,  while the other   is  mnWng forced     marches north with  the  evident  purpose  of cutting    the  Russian   line of communication  with  Tic Pass and closing  the line of retreat.      Should the movement prove  only been in a measure successful. , Irate Scliang Wafa,ng from the direc-  "San Linpuao, which is the key tion of Fenchiapo but weie repuls-  to our pasiUon on the right flank, ed. Paying no attention to tlie en*;-  was the scene of awful carnage. The Jmy's defences west of the railroad,  Japanese concentlated on it the fire ihe Japanese aie pressing northeast',  of over a hundred guns and then at-j Pail of the Japanese force disloged  tacked with Lhe bayonet. According the enemy from Tamintuin and Sum-  to the repoits coming in, they weie ,1111111111, the Japanese at the latter  repulsed, and in acnuntei attack cap place capturing a quantity of provisions."  lured seven guns  "Tiains  are leaving Mukden cnase-  lcssly for the    North, with wounded  men and stoics."  A   despatch fiom  the Tageblatt from 'nrc on  tne Japanese guns  most  General Kuroki's headquarters in  the field vig Fusan, Marcn 4.��������� The  Russian     artillery kepi up a heavy  of  Si.  Petersburg says:  ''General Kuropalkin, in a telegram  received heie at 7 o'clock last ev-  ining said   200,000 Japanese bad  broken through lhe Russian left wing  and that it was cut off fiom the remainder of  lhc army."  At ten o'clock came another despatch from General Kdropatinn,  which lean's:  ���������r7"he  Japanese  are matching     on  tbe day and also fired shrapnel at  the attacking foice. The Japanese  aie gathered ou the slopes so close  to the Russian trenches that in some  places their aililleiy cannot give the  best support. Il is believed that the  Japanese attack  will succeed.  BATTERIES STILL FIRING.  Tokio, -March 4.���������(11  a.m.)���������Aside  fiom     some brief  official  announce-  menls  the army department remains  position  is   extremely   j uninformed of the trend of events 111  I Manchuria  Mukden.    My  dangeious." I  In Government circles here today i1-**1 considerable actnity along the en-  there is a conviction that Geneial tile froilt. wllich 's roughly estimat.  Kuropatkin     has   beau  fully  beaten,   C(1 lo 1k' Ilinely miles IonS. but it is  doubtful  if anv ccneral action     lias  that pari of his army has been dis- 1  persed and tlie lailroad north of Mukden  will probably be cut.  AN   OFFICIAL   RIO PORT.  Tokio,  March  -I.���������(-1.10   p.m.)-  A��������� -^^ sem t(j ^ C011ccnUat>ing! toices  official     despatch received yesterday  j '  High Sheriff   Examines  Late  Mrs. Stantord's  Servants  (Associated  Press  Despatches.)  Honolulu,     March 4.���������High Sheriff  Henry has along stenographic rcpoit  of   his-examination  of   Miss   Bciner  and Miss Hunt,   t|ie secretary     and  maid of the late Mrs. Stanford, relative  to  the circumstances of      her  death,  but he maintains the utmost  reticence and will absolutely not cle-  vulge     anything  until     the chemist  makes  a report.    Mr.  Henry  further  said that there was no foundation of  tha iMimors that the chemists' experiment tfiu's far had revealed no "poison.  The. ;��������� results, he  said,  hail   not  yet  been developed.  successful the Russian army might be  surrounded. ���������  A  DESPERATE  STAND.    ,.  i\Iiik*den,  March     4.���������The Russians  aie holding  on  desperately to  their  posilions, /riie fighting-lias now been  in progress six days.   One of General  Kuropalkin.'s; staff/-'.officers said to the  Associaled'- Press:    --'Oyahiajs."strale^  gy appears to break our centre,  and  then close the wings,  and compel   a  demoralized   retreat,   but   till     now.  their attacks against the centre have  from  the headiujiiarlers of the Japanese armies in Manchuria says:  '���������Many counter attacks in the direction of Ilsinching have been repulsed 1/y the Japanese. In the direction of Bentsiaputze the Japanese  pressed the army to his. main force  and are- now.-"engaged with him. The  Japanese have captured 'Sumruaupapt  zu aiid the heights north of Tangie-  ciictun, east of the Shak.he river railroad, and have since been engaging  the enemy's infgntry. ���������" About a bat-  steamers from warships. A flotilla  of torpedo boats covered thc landing.  JAPS STEADILY GAINING.  Tokio, March i.���������(4 p.m.)���������It is an  nounced today from the headquarters  of the Japanese army in Manchuria  that tbe fighting on the right, centre  and left is resulting m steady .Japanese gains. Tlie Japanese, it is added, have defeated the Russians at  Sin M,inlm.  General   Kukoki's  headqjuaiters    in  the field via Fusan, March 4.��������� Thc  ed)���������The holly contested engagement  waged since midnight across the ;>ha-  khe river  from Witosan is still proceeding Jate this afternoon under conditions entailing great hardships  upon the attacking forces and favoring  'those defending the entrenchments. A  large      Japanese  contingent,   which  crossed the plain directly west      <f  Wilosan   m   darkness, 'succeeded      in  gaining the first line ol  the Russian  ���������trenches to the     great astonishment  of the Russians.    The Russians hpve  It is evident that there _ since  been making a fierce attack off  "the second line of trenches on the  summits of foothills, and the Japanese are attacking them spiritedly.  Thc night was bitterly cold and today it is freezing- and a thin film of  snow covered the oar'th. The Japanese are obliged to wear the heaviest  clothing which, with .l.e contin ling  snow flurries,  handicaps them  SWEDISH STEAMER .TAKEN.  Tokio, March-!.���������The Swedish steamer Vegga was seized by a Japanese  warship yesterday.  RUSSIAN RAILROADS,  St.  Petersburg,  March  4.���������All   the  new rolling stock which includes -195  locomotives and .5,173 cars, just delivered, will be -employed to reinforc3  the-jnain.-Siberian line instead "of be-'  ing  utilized      in  general  commercial  traffic as     had been intended.   The  minister of communications Las been  \et been con.mi need. At imperial  hcadomailers nothing can be learned  of the tune and nature of the gcieral  mowmenl     at  the  hont.    The Rus-  j on their eenirre and left, while contracting their line -on the extreme  right. The "batteries' of both armies  continue     fa.  exchange a heavy   fire.  BRITISH  STEAMER  SE-IZED._  Tokio, March 4.���������The British steam  er  Easby  Abbey,  from   Cardiff     for  Vladivostock, was seized by the Japanese guardships on February, 27.  2,000 JAPANESE LANDED,.  Vladivostock,  March  4.���������Two thousand Japanese troops have landed at  Shengudshin, northward of. Korea, to   obliged to order 15,000 more cars for  tal-ion of Russians attempted to pone-which place they were  conveyed  by    the various lines in the empire.  m /(.Associated,; Hrcss,Despatches.)  KJ' ���������   ������1-.^   il  . X...'f. ���������>..?_'j:.J:.."? 'i  Quebec, March. 4.���������The absorbing to  pic .of conversation in.'the parliament  buildings,,    here   today;  is; the utter  mixing up-of* the     political situation  by  the events.of yesterday.-.Nconfe-   ., ���������,l|O00.0..O   FIRE  knows   now    how   it will   eventuate.   , Southshiefds,  E���������g.  March.  -l.-Fire  Leblanc's    motion .for   a  Committee . last night at  the  coal    landings    011  of-.Inquiry, .-fell-like a bonibshell    on   the North bank of  flic Tyiiee caused  tliclipiiseand completely*'disconcert-[damage to  the ainount of .$l,0CO,0U0-  ed   all .plans  of   factionists.     It     is ' ��������� o ���������  pretty generally conceded that    Parent got   the    best of ...the "scrimmage,  IMPRESSION MADE BY  IMPERIAL RESCRIPT  CTIAMMKRLAIN'S  \DVICE.  London, March 4.���������Speaking of the  lybiclL will   prevent Messrs.  Gouin &   advice of friends  who  urged modeia-  Tui-hgcpn   fioiiK-^eTCiifering  Hie   gov,- (tion   in   dealing   with   the" differences  .eminent  without   having   to  seek. re-   in the  Unionist party Joseph Cham-  jclcclion   from   flic -constituents, ���������   If.  berlain  told  the Tariff Reform   Lea-  iLcblanc.   fails "   to'; prove;the specific   glle  that the experience of the    bye-  charges* agains  Mr. and Mrs.  Jas.  Adam  wei'e'pas-  sengors   to  Nanaimo  af  noon   today.  -Misses   Ramsay and  Teague    went  up  fo Nanaimo on  the noon train.  '    :���������:���������������������������������~���������    ... -  Messrs. Daniels and .Penkcath ;-go  up to Nanaimo to-m.n'row to play  their games in lhe Athletic Club  Ton man-lent: Both . gcnflciiien ���������'.- are  "scratched" in this tquinamcnt.  ��������� ������������������^-o��������� ������������������  Sam L.  Prcntcr,  will,  it is     said,  he   made  trainmaster  of  flic.   Pacific  Division   when .-Mr.   Goodfeliow..   as-..  suiiics charge of (he  l;:. & N'., as   assistant superintendent. ';.-,  ���������r��������� O-r :���������:"      ;    ;/  TWO   BATTLKSl-nPS   GILOUI^DED.  Morsoer, Denmark- March1: 4;���������^The  German hall Icships Mecklenburg ' and  Wiltclsbach grounded today o'i' Hainan Reef, east of Saiusoc Island.  The Wiltclsbach was refloated but  the Mecklenburg remains fast.  Parent  011/ Tuesday,  the laller  will  resign.     ;   ���������  . Gaynor and Greene, the/-American  fugitives from justice, /were arrested  tin's-morning in accordance with recent jiidginbiit of the :Privy Council  in which ;couteiition oft the United  Stales, that their offence was, an ex-  trad ic table one, was sustained. They  .will; be taken to Montreal to appear  before Judge Lafontaine, of .the Extradition Cojnmissio!'., It is understood (hey will not resist . further  proceedings, and will agree to return fo flic United Slates and stand  trial; when' the ]'.l'o"pe'rtime comes.  /; i:. ;������������������ '',���������,���������* ' ������������������-6 "��������� '':-������������������ ���������������������������  :���������;<! /'AT THE ABQOTSFORD.  '���������'J.;ir.  Prahck, -Victoria. ;  /G. s-Ilcmmy,*; Everett; '..   :��������� :  ��������� 'Geo. H. Rahisaly,.- VaucouVer.  C.  R.   Bishop,  Victoiia.  P.   J.   Calvert,   Vancouver.   o   elections had convinced Lhe. friends  of Fiscal Reform that a bold policy  vyas the best. A certain stiffening of  the hacks of thc Tariff Reformers  was needed in the meantime he supposed they must look forward to  two or three years of the same kind  of work as nas already been under  taken. He admitted that they did  not expect to succeed immediately,���������)  but his conviction of ultimate sue-'  cess   was    if  possible,  stronger   than |  ' 1  St. Petersburg, March 1.���������The imperial rescript ��������� announcing that Emperor Nicholas had decided to convene an assembly of elected representatives of the people to elaborate  i\nd consider legislation has produced  a wonderful impression. The war  and the baftl_>. below Mul.den arc  forgotten. The rescript i.s hailed by  many us a second emancipation proclaimed on flic anniversary of the  first, the Novoe Vremya characterizing if as marking Russia's happiest  dour. The Liberals an. amazed, and  in the (lush of enthusiasm arc reading it in recognition of the elective  principle and the complete surrender  of autocracy, but discriminating people, while regarding it a-s a great vic-  . While there is no authoritative sta-  , tement given out as yet, it is quietly understood that the old employes  ' of the E. &, N. Railway will continue in the service, and all rights  will be recognized. Mose certainly  this is as it should be, and the C.p.  R. will add to their services- as  lory, realize that all will depend on bright and accommodating a lot of  flic manner in which the reform is employes as any section of their  carried   out. Slight  hopes  are     now   jine from the Atlantic to the Pacific  entertained by the government of  calming the present agitation which  i.s convulsing the country.  It. is expected that the out and out  revolutionist can be appeased, but it  is hoped lhe rescript will Help to destroy the effect of revolutionary prop  aganda among- the really . peacefully  inclined. liloodshed is feared in Poland and other parts of Russia today  and the aufliorilits have taken the  most effective measures everywhere, j  Merc tho rescript has ali*?ady had a j  quieting affect, on the workmen and  Governor -General Trepoff today said  he was convinced no disorders on a '  large    scale would occur.  can produce.  LOBDTDRNOUB'S  MAIDEN SPEECH  The Driard Hotel, at Victoria, under the capable management of Mr.  Harrison, is a very pleasant Hotel���������  home-like, commodious, good tables  and good service.   o   If is a very pretty stretch of cou'n-  ei'er.  MARRIED   IN  PARIS.  J    Paris,   March   4.���������The  church   marriage of Miss Eliza Porter, daughter  of the American ambassador,  to Dr.  , Edwin   Monde,   of Zurich,   look  place  (today in the church of Holy Trinity.  r         ������������������������  |    Mr, Murphy's description  of a parliamentary  session  as  being  "another  opportunity  of putting a    larger-  Judge Harrison  passed  through to  mortgage on the farm," is not    en-  Victoria on the morning train. I tirely truthless.  WILLIE HOFINE  DROWNED TODAY  At 12.15 today, a small boy aged conscious from the well. The fa-  5.years, named William ITofine, was thcr's name is William Hofinc, a  seen by Mr. Dalcoiirt to have fello.i miner, who arrived home after the  into  his   well,   and   was   immediately   sad accident.  taken   out   by him. He   was   still      Constable Hannay who was prompt,  alive when taken out although his ly on thc spot, states that the well  head was down on the bottom of the was properly enclosed and covered,  well, if being only four feet to the The boy had evidently lifted off the  water and a depth of 51 feet of wa-  10-inch cover, and tried to dip up    a  try from Cobble Hill, along the railway line to Nanaimo. Ten years  from now, where the land along the  line is cleared of trees and stumps,  there will bo other neat and tidy little railway villages that compare  (with Duncan,-at present it is the  prettiest, place along the line of the  Island Railway.   0 ���������  CORRECTION.  In an item appearing in these columns yesterday relating to the Gra-  maphones given away monthly by the  White Swan Soap Co., it was s.tated  that a coupon for the same was given away with every scvenjy-five cents  worth of soap bought. This was a  mistake, it should have read "with  every  twenty-five cents worth.  Boy Politician Opens His Career Very Promising  ���������ly  London,     March -1.���������An interesting  incident of yesterday's sitting of the  House of Commons was the promising  maiden  speech   of  Viscount  Tumour,  who is not yet '21 years of age.   He  was warmly congratulated hy many  members,   including Sir Edward Grey  who     complimented him on sharing  the record  with  the   "Boy  Premier,  William Pitt.  St. Petersburg, Match 4.���������Imperial  censor nas been adniinstcred to the  University of St.. Petersburg inconsequence of the disturbances of February 2(ith, when the Emperor's portrait was destroyed. The rector has  been reprimanded and all the students have been rusticated, but  were granted permissian to petition  for admission.  -o���������  ter in the well.  Drs. Wass'on and Frost were hurriedly summoned, hut failed to restore the vital spark that was so near  ly out when the lad was taken    un-  small pail  of waler and had lost his  bucket,  which  bad a string attached,  in   the well,  and fallen   head  first  ter it.    The family's home is  to tho Finn Hall.  P R ESID ENT  IN A IJ G UK A T ED.  Washington, 1). C, March 4.���������Theodore Roosevelt,  of New  York,      and  Charles  Warren  Fairbanks,   of  Indiana,   were   today  inaugurated  respectively pros id an t and vice-president cf  the United     States.   A  few months  ago      they     were  elected   with   the  _ f    greatest     popular acclamation     ever  next   accol'<'C('   president   or vice-president  hy the people of the Republic  ANOTHER TRIAL.  New  York, March 4.���������Ngn Patterson, the show girl, who has once been  on   the      charge   of  murdering  :.v Young, must be given ar.oth-  ried  Cars,  er trial by May 1, or released on hail  A decision to that effect w*as given  today by Justice Gaynor, of the New  York Stale Supreme Court, in Brooklyn on an application of Miss Pat-  tersuu's counsel for a writ of Habeas Corpus, and a review of her  case on I he .ground that she had been  denied her i-oiwtitutioiial rights of a  prompt trial.   o   The resignation - f Clifford   Sifton,  is  stated   by   Eastern   despatches   to  iimprove Hie chances o; Mr. W. W_  B. Mclnnes' appointment as Governor of the Yukon District,  e ,W,   '! '���������Ji-B  !������!  THE LADYSMITH  IEOGER  Published   every  day except Sunday.  BY     THE    LADYSMITH      DAILY  LEDGER  COMPANY.   .  and French Street.  '    Office corner of First Avenue  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE     -  50 cents  a month;    ?5 per year   in  advance.    Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  Fill DAY, MARCH 3, 1(105.;   ' ;'���������  11* THE HOUSE   '.'���������:-���������".���������.  OF PIERS  London, March -1,���������In ihe House of  Lords today, Lord Ellenborough the  coiiscrvali\e, drew* altpotiou to the'  dangers 1o which lhc country might  be exposed lo during the few hours  preceding a declaration of war- or the  first few days of a contest if the  Ciuvciiiiiieiit was unable to check tins  dissemination of news and askeir if  the Ciovciiuneiil. would t;il<e steps toward an altera tion of thc laws in  this connection. ��������� ������������������ ��������� ,  Lord Selborne, first Lord of the  Admiralty replied, saying he knew of,  no law which could prevent thebale-  ful dissemination of news. This most'  patriotic jouinaliai, innocently jco-  jiardiKed the issue, parliament and  the press might be urged lo consider,  a remedy." Japan, Lord Sclbonio  pressing news. He discussed at;  she has but for her power in suppressing news.- lie, disedsscd. at  ���������some length Lord Ellciibqro'ugli's  question regarding 1he admiralty's'  jirecaut ions against the. possibility,  of* a surprise naval al.lai'l* siniulfanc-  ously ac Port Arthur and an invasion of Great I.rilain by a foreign  ' power, lie said ho did not propose  to discus's the qucslion whether  Great Britain or any other country  was liable to .attack from a foreign  power - at a moment of profound  peace when there was not even a diplomatic cloud oii*lhc horizon.': He  .said Lord Ellenborough had greatly  exaggerated the danger of a . sur-  piise invasion and underrated ���������thc-'dif-  ficullies which would confront an invader. A temporary lo:.s of the  command the sea from negligence  or accident hy Croat I'.rilain will  never enable ao invader lo land in  this, country. Thc whole e:^periencc-  of existing war lent force to \ that  conclusion. Lord Selborne laid stres  on the importance to .lapan of the  disposing entirely of the Russian  fleet, lie said thc whole issue of  tlie war hifiged on this, and everyone who followed flic history of the  war had noted the intense nervousness of thc Japanese su long as a  single vessel of the Russian squadron remained afloat.  SYNOPSIS OF REGULATIONS  FOR DISPOSAL OD MINERALS  ON DOMINION LANDS IN MANITOBA THE NORTHWEST. TERi  RITORIES AND THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased  at 110 per acre for soft coa-1 and $20  for  anthracite.    Not  more than 320  acres can be acquired  by one individual  or company, lloj ally  at   the rate  of  ten  cents per 2,000  pounds shall  be collected on  thc gross output.  Quartz���������Persons   of   eighteen   years  and o\cr  and  joint  stock companies  holding  free miners'  certificates may  obtain  entry for a mining location.  A free ni.__ei 's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advance  $7.SO per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company.acconfing   to   capital.  A   free     miner,   having  discovered  mineral in place, may locate a, claim  1,500x1,500  feet  by  marking  out  the  same with  two  legal  posts.   ..Caring  location  notices, one at each  end    on  the one  of the  lodo or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen days if located wil bin ten  miles of a mining recorder's office, om������  additional day allowed for every ad  ditiona.l ten miles or fraction. The  .   fee for recording a claim  is $r>.  At      least   $100  must   lie  expended  upon   the  claim each   year  or paid   fo  the mining   recorder   in   lieu   thereof.  When���������$500 has   been  expended   or paid  the locator  may,  upon  having a sur  vey made, and  upon complying     with  other requirements,   purchase  the land  at $1.00 an acre. .  Permission  may  be granted   by the  Minister   of      thc Interior  to   locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  ���������copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding I(i0 acres.  Thc     patent  for  a mining location  shall  provide for the payment   of   a  Royalty  of 2A  per cent, of the sales  of the products of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T.,  excepting the  Yukon  Territory���������Placer  mining claims generally  are 100  square;  entry  fee,  $5,  renewable yearly-    On  the. North  Saskatchewan  River claims- are either bar J  or bu'cii, the founer being 100 feet  long and extending between high aiid  low watci mark. The latter includes  bat diggings, but evtends back to the  base of the hill or bank, but not exceeding l.UUH feet. Where steam pow-  ei is used claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.  ���������'Jjtedgiiig in the mcis of Manitoba  anil the N W T., excepting the Yukon  Teinloiv���������A ftce miner may obtain  only two leases of fi>e miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable in  the discic-tion oi the Minister of the  lntenor.  'lhe lessee's right is confined to the  su'unieigcd   bod  or  bars  of the nvet  below Jow  water  mark,  and  subject  to the lights of all peisons who have,  oi who ma}   receive,  entries  for  bar  diggings or   bench claims, except on  the Saskatchewan   Rhcr,   where   the  lessee may dregde to high water matki  on each alternate leasehold.  'I he  lessee  shall   ha\ e a dredge  in  -operation within one season fiom the  date of the lease  for each five miles,  but where  a poison   or  company   ^has  obtained moie than one lease       one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction  is sulhcient.    Rental,   $10     per  annum for each mile of river leased.  Rojaldy at the rate of 1h per   cent.  collected  on  thc  output aftei  it   exceeds $10,000.  Diedgtng   in  thc Yukon  Teiriloiy���������  Six  leases ot h.c  miles  each  may be  granted to a fiee miner  for a leiui of  twenty years, also renewable.  'The lesbec-s right is confined to the  submeiged   bed  or bars  in  the   nver  below low  watei  maik,  that boundary to be fixed by its position on the  Jsttlayof  August   in  the year   of the  the date of the lease.  ..'���������0The lessee shall have one dredge in  b'peiation within   two yeais  from thc  date of the lease,  and one diedge   for  each fi\c miles within six yeais from  such  dale. Rental,   $100  per  mile for  the fast year     and $10  pep mile for  each subsequent ..ear.  Royalty, rs_une  as placet   mining.  .'���������Placet  Mining  in   tho Yukon Tenl-  torv���������Creek,     gukh,    in or and hill  'claims shall  not exceed  250 feet     in  gcneirJ direction of the cieek ot gulch  length,  measured  on  the base line or  the width   being from   1,000  to  2,000  feet   All  other  placer claims shall be  HlNRY'S nursfries  NEW CROP���������  f-Tonie Grown   &. Imported  GARDEN,  FIELD  and FLOWER  SEEDS,  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  RHODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.     Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  W. G. Fraser  Merchant   Tailor,  (i_.L Avenue)  J-'all Stock Just Ai lived. Call early  and get your pick of the largest and.best  slock in town.  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. 686, P.  O. E.     :-:       :-:        '-'        -H  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  drd Tuesday at" 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President,  B   Forcimmer;     Worthy  Secretary, C. H. Rummings.  250  feet s.maie.  Tlie disco.ciei of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in  length, and il the patty consists of  two, J,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no tojalty shall be  chaigcn, the icst of the patty ordinary   claims   only.  i ntiy Ice, S10    Royalty at literate  of   two and  tine-hall   pet  cent   on the  value of the gold  shipped  fiom     the  Yin on Ten iten y to be paid  to     the  Comptiollcr.  :.i\o  nee miner  shall receive a grant  of mote than one mining claim      on  each  sepatatc rhcr, cicek oi   gukh,  but  the same miner may hold     any  uiimbci   of claims  by purchase,     and  free mincis may woik their claims in  pattnei ship  bj   filing notice and paying a tec of $2 Of)     A claim may    be  abandoned  and anothet   obtained    on  the same creek, gulch 0r river by giving notice and paying a fee.  Woik must  be clone on a claim each  yeai  to the vjue of at lea^t $200.  A ceitihcatc that  woik'has      been  done must  be i._jl������,iinu  each year;     if  not, the claim ..i_._.i  be deemed to   be  abandoned,   and     open   to occupation  and entiy by a ftce miner.  Thc boundaries  of a claim  may   be  .lefinod absolutely  by ha.ing  a survey  made  and publishing  notices   in    the  Yu'on official  Ga/ette.  Petroleum���������All   unappropriated   Dominion lands in Manitoba, the Notth-  west Tenitoiics, and within the Yukon  Temtoiy  ate  open to  piosepct-  ing for peti oleum,   and  the Minister  may icscne for an individual or company  having  niachinciy  on  the  land  to  be piospected,  an  aica of (>40 acres. -  Should the prospector discover oil  in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area  not exceeding C40 acres, including the  oil well and such other land as may  be determined, will be sold to the discoverer at the rate of $1.00 an acre,  subject to royalty at such rate as may  bo specified   by ordcr-in-councii.  Department of  the Interior,   Ottawa, February, 1004.  . W. CORY  Deputy   'Minister  of   thc  Interior.  50 YEARS'  $&f EXPERIENCE  BARBER SHOP &  BATH ROOMS  The  ESPLANADE    between the  Giatid and Abbottsford,  William Powers, Prop.  NOTICE.  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers"after this notice,  will be prosecuted.  HUMMING 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-modalled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Qranville and Hastings  streets   Telephone^  1-4.  THE? BEST: OF]  EVERYTHING  For those who travel via  F. McB.   YOUNG  BARRISTER and  SOLICITOR. . . .  Nanaimo     -     -    -    Ladysmiti.  The City Market  R. Williamson, Prop.,  1st Ave,      Ladysmith  Opera House  Can be' secund for-Theatrical pm-  poses, Dancing Parties, oi Entertainments gcncially.  p isichOLSON, Prop  Overlands  ���������. I V v  Daily  i  Passengers' can  leave Victoria     at  I p.m. or 11 p.m., and connect,:  'at  Feattle with the Fast Mail, leaving  at 8 93 a.m.,  the Flyer, leaving   at  ��������� .;-��������� p.m.  Entire new equipment oh each train  Through Palace Sleepers, Diners  (meals a la carte), Teuiisl and First-  Class Day Coaches.  For sleeper     reservations, foldeis,  rates and all  information call ou or  address  S.G. YERKES K. J. BURNS  G.W.P.A., 75 Government si  , Seattle, Wash, Victoria, B.C  ESQUIHALT & NANAIHO  RAILWAY CO.  Oh'arlie Do 11 n  &Company  MERCHANT TAILOR*  .'bailes  Dvnii. of "the above Ann. visits Ladysm.lh cve.y Sunday for the  puipo.se of taking nieasuieinents and  seeiiiy   tuslomeis    peisonally.  be seen at the Hotels.     We guaio.itee all  siock  and a petfect lit at  lowest possible rates.      Hand  made     M..1    - .m ���������������������*  Goinior ant -.licet,   ut-lUKJA,  n  May  the  J9  Stole  Stieet,  Coiner  C.  HAY, OATS, MILL FEEDS  SHIPMENTS DIRECT FROM VICTORIA,      VANCOUVER    OR     THE  FRASER  RIVER. ���������*TE US FOR QUOTATIONS.  Brackman-Ker  Milling Co., Ltd  Designs  Copyrights &s  /���������nvono Fnnitlnj; ..Kl.cl.-li imfl (loi'Crii.-I.loii 111:1*  r{i"(i!cly .-iiK-orrjiiu out- opinio*, free vhnl lior an  ir,. (-iil'ton is nro.j,-.li|y p.-i_on<:_!>ln. CnniKitinic:..  liiwiHMiricllv.-'iiilldoi.i.i.-il. l_.i_i.ll>.>ot_o.i i'lilMi.B  ���������n\ 11, free, okkvu fi_..>.iry furm-cnriiifr pti'icuts.  i'nlt-riti. (akois |hmu{_li Mimn-ik Co. rocolvo  Sl-.f.iKl iwtir.c, vrillionf. cliiirr;i_, in tlio  Scientific Emm  A linn.lfiomi>Iy llliinl.r.-ifotl ���������vrocl.-lj'. I.r.rcosl. nlr.  i-tilal.i'in of :iny nnc.iil.it'.: jniiriiiil. Terins, f!l a  yi-ur ; four rtK������ntl]_ \,\.  Sol.! Uy nil no\vji.-k.'.iU;rR.  ISflUNN&Co.3^B**������*������������.KewYor![  Rninnli ORi������������. C'J.i w fl- i,VnHlil_i_._u:i. 1>. C!.  *������*.*������*������-������������-������������-������������*������*l'������*������"������������*^**,*,*-,'*-*'**''U''aS*'l('  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  "     EXPRESS  WORK  A  SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66  .it  as  ������  .���������;*;������J������.������=#.������;K������^������j*.������^������  LADYSMITH  W. Munsie, Secretary. .   J6������������:W. O-Jiij.*.*,   tu;  . Telephone"46.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co .Ltd.  MILLS   AT  FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-Shingles  a Specialty.;  ���������Manufacturers     ol���������  Rou,h and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned  and   Kiln  Dried  Flooring     and  Finishing    Lumber  la   Stock.  THE CANADIAN BANK QF COMMERCE  WITH  WHICH   IS AMALGAMATED  The Bank of British Columbia  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Capital Paid up    --Rest   Aggregate  resources   excee ding  Hon. Geo.  A. Cox, President  $8,700,000   !���������������������.  ...    3,500,01)0  ..  91,000,000  General   Manager.  B.   E.   Walker,  LONDON OFFICE,   CO LOMBARD ST,  E.   C, -:  riie Bank has 10!) Branches well   g in British Columbia and the Yukon  "elsewhere, including  the folio vin distributed  throughout  the Dominion  am  Territory  painting, pAPEk   hanging,  ETC.  Work done  properly  and  at     right  pi-ires.     Shop and   residence  in  rear  of  Ladysinith   Hotel.  J.  E. SMITH,'* Prop,  ATI.IN  DAWSON  NEW YORK  GREESWOOD  NANAIMO  VANCOUVER  "       EAST END  KAMLOOPfi NEL*=(>S VICTORIA  LADYSMITH N. WESTMINSTER      WHITE   E.ORSE  Branches in the United Slates  SAN FRANCISCO       PORTLAND      SEATTLE     SKAGWAY  Every description of banking busi ncss transacted.   Letters of credit on  any part of the world. ���������-*-.  Savings Bank Department  Deposits of one dollar ....1.00) and upwards received and interest allowed at  current     rates.     Depositors are subjected to no delay in depositing   or  withdrawing funds. [  LADYSMITH BRANCH - W.  A.  CORNWALL,  Manager, j  Daily, except Sunday, between Na-  i  nauno and Vancouver, leaving Nanaimo at 7 a.m., and Vancouver aftei  arrival of C.P.R. train No. 1 or I  p.m.  For information regarding freight  and passenger rates apply to' purser  nn board.  GEORGE  L. COURTNEY,  Traffic Manager, Victoria, B-' C.  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.      '  Repairing and  making to. order   ���������  speciality.  Trt3 HAS MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. Cm'  Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway  Timt Table No. 53,  PATENTS  DESIGNS  TRADE-MARKS  AND COPYRIGHTS  OBTAINED  ADVICE AS TO PATENTABIlilTYJ  ��������� Notice in "Inventive Age " J  Hoot "How to obtain Patents" |  Charges moderate. No fee till patent is secured.  Letters str.ctly cnnfidential.   Address,  E. G. SIGGERS, Patent Lawyer, Washington, 0. C.  FREE  Narthbouail  Leave  Victsria .. .. ....  ttJaawnigaa Lake  Duncans     Ladyaraitfc ...; ..  Naaaiui* . ...*���������'..,  Ar.  Welliiistra  TAKING  EFPbIQT  WEDNESDAY,  OCT.  5TH.  : .'  .S*utabou_ulNortkl_ouid Sat. Sun. Southb'd  Daily Arrive   Leave     and  Wed.        Arrive  A.M.    P. M. ' , P. M.     P. M.  .. .������,     ���������'���������012:������6  Victaria     3:00    7:00  -   ������������������'���������   ...  19:1������\.9M Snawaigaa Lake .... 4.29   5:40   .ll-teifl.l^Duiicaa     5-01   5:66     11:57 -9:1* LadyEmith  T.  5:52    4.00   ������������������' ...  12:40 8:20 Naaaim* S 42    3:15  .....  .;    12:53Lt 8:#0 Ar WeHiagtoa .. 8:56 de 3:01  'THnOUGH, TICKETS TO CROFTON.  ,  Via Westb������l___i. SU-gje leaves daily except Sundays, conaectinj witii North  iad South, bouhd trains. DMfcle.stago service Uedaesdays Wmd Saturdays  connecting  wit.h. MMBiag and- altera son trains.   Fare from Victoria, Single J2.4������'. ^R������t'urm, |3.8������.. ^  '  THROUGH TICKETF VICTORIA TO ALBERNI.  Stage leaves Nanaiino Tuesdays  and Fridays on arrival ai train from  Vietiria.    F.wg.-'tifW ry.ictoria,  Bing le $5.2*1    Return $������.������5.<  Excursion rates in effect to all points, good going Saturday and Sunday,  returning not later than Mondday.  :  " *'   '    ; GEO. L. COURTENAY.     '  Traffic Manager.  **'*^t������^,-'������^.-'_H*i'������^^  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     J  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OP COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to ���������. ������c N. Ry. or the Sea  i  i  I  1  CLERMONT UVIN6ST0N,  fieneral Manager.  Ill  THOS. KIDDIE.  .1 Smeltsr Manager.  4'  +x&*9i*W*mS*G!WWW1^^9^  ������������������ W1-  ^ILER.  ���������a  In The Woriai  Don't be satisfied to work(  along in the same old way  for low wag.es. We can  help yon carve out a successful career. Thousands  have increased their salaries  by following our plan. _ We  can train you in spare time,  and r at small cost, for any  of the following positions:.  Mechanical, Electrical, Steam, Cl.ll, i������r  Mining Engineer; Electrician; Sumyer;  Architect; Draftsman; Boodkeepar; Stenographer ; Teacher; Sho������-Cird Wrltaf;  Window Dreiser; or U Writer,  Write TODAY, statins vblctJ Pg,������!"  tion Interests yon, to  INTERNATIONAi  Cowespondence    Schools  Box 799. SCBANTON, PA.  on cm Q" pen ������**'��������� b������p������i*mtitw������ ���������  JEKiilxAL KXPRESS AND  PEliViiRT  . W������RK iPROMPTLY IV- ������������������:  Leave orders' at tbe Abbotaford.  .   ��������� -    '     .    _--    !  a   -..:���������**      -j   .  .!_     -U .-)   J_  -IJ'i'.    C" >���������.'!���������-���������.' ���������  ''   ' i  VVO/SVIITH BK<ll/  ������N THE ESPLANADE. .  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  ��������� .  .i    i "  BAKED AND FRESH.  . BRBAD FIVB CENTS PER LtAF  Coafectlonarj ������f all kiiids.  .jOrdarp' $akin jfor Pastries to be delivered; at any, tUue.  Peneberia Ladfsnitli Esplanade  ���������ffeleria e pane di priaaa e.uallta  sempre fresco Paae ' ciaiiue, soldi  1'uno. "   /  Ordiai diatribuiti qual usque parte  del paese. ���������  OEORQEYUEN  Besfaccomuioilatioti for transient  and peiraaneiit boarders aad lodgeis.  OR A N D    HOT K L.  This newj Hotel bas been comfoit-  ablj fuiii-slu-d, and ,the bai is up-to-  date. , Ratei> 41.89 a day and upwards.  _ WM. BBYERIDGH, Prop.  Esplanade :���������: :���������:,:������������������:���������.:���������: Ladyamitb  EUROPE HOTEL  ^   J. GIAGHBRt), Prop.  Newly    furnished,    everything   th������  ���������*   . ��������� t -  bes^, finely stpeked m)*t.      Trapsle.it  rat������f fl.SB per day.-  Ifoathly   r^te,  First Avenue . . . L*drsmitb. D. C.  Merchant Tailor  All kinds of clothing cleaned and  lepaired.  REDUCTION IN PRICES AT  j. J'.7LlThOMAS'-SiORli  ���������N HIGH STREET.  Everybody ia Ladysmith kaows we  carry a first class line of goods.  *���������*  we must reduce eur stock  *���������*:   ������f Men's awi* Boy's cloth  ing at     once.     Sanford's  clothing is well Imown.  We  will give 25     per cent off.  on regular rates uati^J further notice   .  CALL-AND SEE US.  We carry STRAUSS' OVERALLS  ban4> made, guaranteed, and the celebrated BIG     HORN OVERALL on  sale.        ' "    *     *    --    -  AT THOMAS'     STORE.  ��������� ���������  ���������__.���������  ���������-_.���������  *__.*  ���������____���������  ��������� ���������  ������   ���������  THE JONES HOTEL  One Bellar Per Day.  ttooc Table, Goad Bed and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  HIGH STREET, LADYSMITH  Dr- W. J. Quinlan  DENTIST  Stevens Block, Ladysmith, B. G.  Dentistry in all its branches; every new  appliance.  RATES $2 cm 1>__*R DAY  SAM PI.B RQQMS  PAJt_.SUPI'I.IED WITH   BES  WIN^S, UQUORS, CIOAKS  ABB0TSP0RD HOTEL  ,       -     ' I -    r ,      r,  Best accomodation id town.   Splendid hunting and fishing in near vicinity.  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C.  ���������rt-**S3*3eXX������KXXXXX***^^  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons giv-:  en in classes or individually..  MISS  BERTRAM,    ;  Ladysmith, B. C.  Seattle's Great  me  DAILY  SUNDAY  TWICE A WEEK  THB  POST-  INTELLI6ENCER  Sample Copies Free  Write for One  ii  >%sx*ssx%\'������--  Dally Pest-lntf.!ll$encer. \'i tc 20 Pages  1 Publishes   the   fullest   telegrapblo  news from all parts of the .world.  All the state and local news. Daily  and Sunday edition, 75o per month.  Sunday Post-lntelll&ncer, 40 to 56 Pa$es  The largest and moat complete Sun.  day, paper north of San Frandsoo.  Speolal departments of. -iterator*,  of fashion, of women's news. Boa*  day edition, fe.00 per year.  Twice ��������� Week Post-lntelllftcncer  All the news of the week in concise,  -.' detailed form. THB TWICE A  WEEK EDITION IS THE DEBT  TWICE A WEEK PA-PER FTT-B-  LIBHED ON THE PAOIPIO OQAST.  Write for sample copy and be oon-  vinced. Subscription prloe. fLOO  per year. ���������*  All Postmasters Will Take Sotacr.pt.oas  .      .���������:.--"',:-l  ' ���������r ������������������ ���������     :���������       '  pe.ST-SNTatl6^ISCE8 ���������0��������� Seattle, Wash.  !S;"P.  WESTON, Business Manager.  "������������������''.'. . ;i  '.-.���������vv- t ��������� : ���������-.'VWV'v^\.^*K\VXVVV������-*^t*i  n  T M  ''<���������  M  f-'l ���������r-.^.-^-wr'-'^-  _-.V_i,--Ij I*. u_ i-  I_A_bY������.MlTH LEDGER  K.  LOVE'S "SWAY.  , NEW  YORK��������� "On  every  wed (ling  anniversary,     Clnistmas   and    birthday  for  the past  twenty years,1-: (although he has never been absent'from  me)  I have  received from my  incomparable    husband  poems-- and . letters  which  I  have   treasured." '  ' -   So  writes    Mrs;    Theodore Sutro,  club      woman,   musician  and  society  dame twenty  years'after  her , marriage,  says  the World.  From  these occasional  and   special  manifestations- of her, Husband's, .-, af.'  lections, she'has'-compiled a-' book?;  whose dedication,  which follows,     i.s  .self-explanatory:     j*       ���������- '   ?   ���������;  My Own Dear Theodore:  Accept  this   little ,compilation     of  some of the very'many beautiful letters, you have written me.,,   1    have  'called . IheiiT,. .''Milestones' env Life's  Pathway."    May^ UieyLrccall to   you  the happy  occasions,  and  may     the  "thought "that   I  have - preserved them  inspire you,  I > c:)i!inuc  those lovely  milestones���������w   -J;  ncrv'jllie way    on  the Road to II ip..i..c s, strewn   with  your kind deeds and'UiVmg affection.  Fondly, FLORENCE.  "  Oct., 1,11)01.        ....  These letters and verses Mrs. S'ut-  tro had printed on their twentieth  wedding annivnsary, October 1, last  , "IL is hound in asbestos, in case"  Mis. Sutro explains, "the house  .should: burn down."        i ,      - '  Air. and Mrs. Sutro gave an "at  home" 'and to each oi their 300  giiasIs they gave an inscribed copy  of the book.  The following extracts are given by  permission of Mrs. Sutro. . In, his j  letter on their twentieth" anniversary  Sutro 'writes at'SI.' L*6uis',' where'lie  and his .wife were, attending.,,the ex-;  position:  My Darling Florence: For twenty  years the sun has smiled upon October 1. _ Even here, far away/.jfrom"  home,-the lowering! skies\'ind pouting  -rain have been dispersed, "and as.' I  wrile, nature typifies my own  1 houghisf rejoicing that the anniversary of that happy day, which bestowed upon me the fairest' flower of  the .garden ,of womanhood, ' has,again  arrived.  The following was sent by telegraph to Mrs, Sutro at Stein way  Hall, Chicago, as president. ��������� of -the  National Federation of Woman's Musical Clubs:  Flash'this greeting'" 0~ East" to   the  West;  f "Our 'Crystal   Wedding,'"''October  I,  1899:  You and L.havc differed, anon,  As; men' and  women always     nave  " anil  will,  Hut love, at last, the battle   ahv    .-,  ,.    .won,  And  held us in his bonds,   tii.imp'i-  ant still. _ v  Thc .sentiment following scjji'P '._.  '���������:c inspired by thankfullne.-is ,- Mis.  Suf.ro's recovery ��������� from a riaiigei ous  illness. lt was written "at -i.*  lodge on,.Beaver..Island, .Mc.," Oc-to-  'ber*.'l,  1901. and says:,,    '    .' ''  My Darling Florence: When seventeen years ago vl pressed my -sway.  little'May flower 16 niy heart I vo;v-  ed to myself, far beyond '-'hat. the  chinch or ceremonial could impress  upon nie  The Indians stole all that was of  value to Ihcm, and lefl the sick and  almost helpless women and children  at'the mission. For some time^Irs.  Wirt remained with her mothcr^at  the Mission, but finally came to Oregon City. Later the mother of Mrs.  H'n t married again, and the family  -settled upon a rami near Portland,  *.\he_e Mrs. Wirt resided until she  was married, and came to Poitland  to live.  _���������(______���������____���������___-__������������������������_������������������ mmmmmmm ������^  Colds!  that I would shield my ra'e  dower.from every; storni .nd *iv'e  to keep it in all its bloom a.i.l _a-  diant beauty as long as my, '.������  should last. Two sucli'storms _,������'e  passed, the last, tlie most Den!'.'....  ,during tlie'-yoai* no w, ending,'i '/>-  again my AJay flower lives and c.\-  hales" I he sweet fragrance of i's bc-  uigu influence for my delight n ilie  delight- of-all theworld'as'-in " the  halcyon days of yore  On October 1, 1897, another iy.h.-  riagc anniversary was-...celebrated ly  .sonic ��������� gifts, including n exquisite  niece of millinery aiid j this Icttoi::   ���������  ���������s,__;.L.;t ������-j.a|jy?"  Still 'a' naby, '   always a bauy, although      ;   latrimbn  ial anniversaries now reach    .ill    ���������   '  Your cheeks are just as round���������all  the      dimples* are ������Uici*e���������your, smile  J is  just as   sweet,   and   your     prattle  jus I;, as infantile-, as when our,   anniversary  was._,!.,"..although ..since -then  you  have    become   %tlic wife of    .an.  <i'-I*Ton."*-v'an(l^--|he "'presidciit'.of,*" ctc7,  etc.,  owner of    country estate    and  town  house and   what,   in  the   eyes  of   ..the.,  world,  .usually  is   yclept  "graiide'dame-',* ,r So,   meiii   liebchen,  wai- villsl* du-nocli* incur?    For   my  pai t  these childish    -trails arc     the  most highly .appreciated gifts; which  could   bestow'' - on   this  anniversary.  Preset ve thcni.   They constitute your  loveliness:   "Hie   wish- that -I expressed in feeble verse'many years agoTias,  become true!  To the loveliest,   the brightest,     the  best; '"'-.'__.":  Whether  president ,or not, she be,  Three cheers  for , my little .wife,    ���������.  Wlio wMI  ever preside ovcr>riic  As queen of my heart and my .life^  This is what he,wrote on her..Jast  birthday  anniversary:  My, Own, Dear;* Florence: - "The,'sun  again has conic out. 'to greet you- in  all, its glory,'as itealways*- does in  your birthday, no matter how sto'.*-  my the elements have been just before. So no doubt, it always was  on the day when you first saw the  light���������nature rejoiced at the ' advent  ol that beautiful, smiling .cherub so  appropriately christened Florence Edith, a dower indeed, sent fiom God.  And theieaftcr you were sent to  me anil have now for nineteen years  been in my keeping, I also rejoice  with the whole world, and my heart  is filled with sunshine'at the thought  that the storms- o' life and its sorrows have-passed but lightly over  my precious flower. It, blooms today and smiles- today-.iu- the fullness-  of its beauty and lustre���������undimmed  and undiminished, with greater fascination   than  ever.  That you "may long so continued is  Hie fond wish of.vour-devoted r'.-.rd  loving husband,  THEODORE  Mav J, 1901  Sonic of thc women's clubs are  greatly worried over how the fcmiiv  iiie__A.mericaii should -"salute the flag'  when they meet il on the streak.  More, r/cal respect and less, outwaicl  show-.is-a good- ihing to .cultivate to  .OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.  Illinois has turned its back on tradition by erecting a statue to a woman in the Statuary hall, in the national capital. 'There where New  Hampshire has testified in marble to  its admiration for Webster, and Missouri has perpetuated the memory of  Benton, Illinois plates .the figure of  Frances  E.  Willard.  The rule is that each state shall  have room for' two statues of cit_-  '/.ens conspicuous in its history. Mosi  of the men so honored shared at one  time or another in the political* life  of Washington. Some were generals,  some governors, a few hardly more  I ban  local celebrities. *  .  Of Miss Willard's good work theie  will b*. none lo | ass by iu ignorance  As the life and soul and head of the  Woman's Christian Temperance Union for many years, her influence was  as wide as the nation. Indeed, so  wide was the range of her labors  that-few could have named ,the state  to which she owed citizenship.  Gambling  made   fashionable   among  women is a rather serious .matter. It  is  bad enough among men,  but when  the mania extends  to  women,  ��������� who  are held tighter in  its grasp,       the  moralist has special  reason  for fearing the consequences.    Probably there  has never been a time when the vogue  of gambling among  women of  fashionable society was  wider than  it :s  now, and it  is not unreasonable   to  suppose that it will increase: Luxury  palls     and new     varieties of social  stimulation-'    arc  sought.   The  devil  finds mischief for     idle hands to do.  By the side"of    the excitement     of  gambling     the routine of the - usual  fashionable amusements  is  dull    and  stale.-  I  It should be borne in mind that  every cold weakens the lungs,' lowers the vitality and prepares the  system for the more serious diseases, among which sre 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 common  ailment. It aids expectoration-, relieves the lungs and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent cure. It counteracts  any tendency toward pneumonia.  ���������   Price 25c Large Size 50c.   _  ��������� -���������- ��������� ������������������*>--���������<-������- _. an   nai      miinin in 1   *iii ���������_������������������  JEWELRY I TORE BURNED.  Winnipeg, Man , March 'I.���������Chapmen's jewelry si. re at Rainy River,  Out., was destroyed by fire .yesterday. Loss, four thousand dollars,  ���������-���������o.eic-d by insurance. The Digging  block adjoining .was damaged.  The Kings Hotel is the only place  11  Ladysmith    that has  on  draught '  John Labatt'a India Pale  Ale.   Call  around and sample it.  H.O. MILES  Contractor and Builder  REPAIRING  of  all  kinds   promptly  attended to.    Shop on Gatacre  < st.  'L R. SIMPSON.  Solicitor, Etc.  Monejf   to  Loan  1st Avene     -    -   -  LADYSMITh  I     4WU������M___������j____*___-M-__SH____B-_M_Bl__k_saa_S_^i_i^  Ladysmith Temple No. 5 Rathbonc  Sisters meets in the Oddfellow's hall  2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7.30 p.  tn.  Mrs. Kate Tale, secretary.  WARD'S MfAT   MARKET  wards   tlie  Transcript  nation's  emblem.���������Boston  -THE .ONLY SURVIVOR.'   ,  *** Portland:���������Tlie" death on ^Fehrua'ry"  tlth of .Mrs.. Susan \V.'Wirt, of Portland; recalls/says "thc Oregoriiari.'lhe  Whitman-massacre of 1847, of- which  Mrs. W irt..was the" last survivor.  ** At the'time of the massacre Mrs:  VV'irl,  them'a girl. of 16,  was accoiu-,  panying her parents, Mr. and     Airs.  Nathan S.  Klimball, across the plains  from Indiana to tbe territory of Lewis and  Clark.    The family were   na-"  lives   of   Vermont,  where Mrs.  Wirt'  was born in IS'.O.   Tlirrje years later  1 they     journeyed     to Indiana, where  they  remained  until  the spring     ol.  J817.    After, untold   hardships,    "the  family -��������� reached   _. Whitman Mission,  near .Walla   . Walla,  late in..the fall,  where they decided to remain-for thc  winl er.  Thc;-day before  Kimball tried "'to" con.ince Dr. Whitman thai "the Indians were planning  a"raid, but thc doctorSvould not believe anything was.wrong. The follow  ing attornocn' the Indians - began thc  battle, wiiicli resulted"in tlie death  of tbut-cen men and 0113 woman, Mrs-  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor.  Government  Victoria, B. C-  and  Yates  St..  ON ROBERTS STREET.  r  Only First Class Meats are  plied our Customers.  We will treat you right.  sup-  WANTED���������House to rent. One situated near , Ledger office preferred.  'Apply "K" Ledger office. 2t  Are You  Going East  Any  III Kind  of  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  At  THE  LEDGER  Office  \  Then be sure your tickets read  tbe  via  3  Three  Transcontinental  Trans Daily  3  On Ist  Avenue  One of which is the famous "North  Coast Limited," Ride on it always.  Up-to-date Pullman and Tourist  sleepers dn all trains. Through tickets issued to all paints Et.st and  South, also Pullman tickets issued  and berths reserved.  Only  direct  route  to  Yellowstone  Park.    Cheap rates from all points.  All  Work  [Reasonable  Done at  Rates  Will's  father being one of the   num-  .Tlus is     fiom vcises     wntlcii on ^ei  thc massacre Mr!  (East! fro������n Ma_rc|i 1st to May 15th.-  Steamship   tickets  on  sale to    all  European   points.      "Very   low  rates  now in effect.   Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire.  For  further  particulars call  at the  om or phone No. 456.  A. D'  CARLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A., N.P.,        General Ag������nt  Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.C  Thc .only   line now  making    UNION  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with       thc  through    trains    from    the    Pacific  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.  PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask your  local agpnt or wri(;e,  F. W. PARKER  General   Agent,  151   Yenler Way,  Seattle.  .  Plans, Specifications and Details furnishetl for all kinds  of work in the CARPENTER  Line  C.   B.   ROBELEE,   Carpenter  and Joiner,     2nd *ve, Ladysmith,  B.  C.  ������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������  LADYSMITH WALL PAPER  DEPOT.  Dealers in  WALL     PAPERS,  PAINTS,  OILS,  VARNISHES, Plain and Fancy  Glass Pictures, Frames.  .Harry Kay  ���������������$������������������������&���������&���������$���������������������������������������������������������$���������*���������*<  Western flade For Western Tien  ������ Delivered in Any Part of th City  EveryAfternoon  UNION  MADE  SHIKTS  OVERALLS  i  Etc,  BIG HORN  BRAND  flEniSTEBCD  SOLD AT  LEADINQ  STORESIN  LADYSMITH  *  3k  The Daily Ledger I  & These goods are sold wholesale a nd retail for 25 per cent, less than a'ny imported goods of like quality.  [! GIVE THE-BIO  HORN-BRAND A   TRIAL,.    THE GOODS ARE MADE IN VICTORIA AND BY   WHITE  LABOR ONLY.    EVERY GAUM EN     T IS WELL MADE OF GOOD MATERIAL AND IS SOLD AS CHEAP  AS THE CHEAPEST,  50 Cents  per  3?.  PITHER & LEISER  Importers and . wholesale dealers in WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ETC.     Large stock always���������All    the leading brands.    We supply tfa*  principal   hotels and Saloons In  Ladysmith.  ORDERS SOLICITED.  PITHER & LEISER, VICTORIA, B. C  **-+t>.9****r>*+*+****^  Union  Brewing  NANAIMO,   B. C.  nanufacturers of the.  British Columbia  ���������H"_M"i ^���������^���������^'^.^���������^���������._^.^���������^r���������^'i'���������^���������^������������������^���������^'  Lager Beer "and^ Porter Guaranteed Brewed  from the;Best Canadian Malt rnn Mops.  TEN DOLLARS REWARD.  The Union Brewing Company will pay $i0 reward for information  which will lead to^the arrest andfeonviction any person or pereona  destroying Union Brewing Companj's kegs or bottles, or failing to return the same.  V#������#***^*������**'**********'***'-������*.������������***'v**v������**y**������*'#  Miners1 Drilling Machines,  Made'to.order and Repaired at short notice.     Drill Slmrprned l y  u*  alwayetjives satisfaction. . Picks handled and repaired.  Ships mi tiling  in  all  its  Branches.  Horseshoers and General Blacksmiths.  David Murray  Buller Street   -    -   -   - l^adysmith, b. C  WE   NEVER   SLEEP  BUT ARE ALWAYS ON THE LOOKOUT FOR THE BEST MEATS  IN THE MARKETS.  WE ARE NOW BRINGING OUR CATTLE FROM EAST OF  THE  ROCKIES. YOU WILL GET THE BEST IF YOU BUY FROM US.  PANNELL   &   PLASKETT  STFVEN5 BLOCK.J  O.ATACRE   STREET,  LADYSMITH, B 1  +���������+���������������������������������������������������������������+������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������������  \x  LADYSMITH TRANSFER CO.-- |  X  PIANOS, ORGANS AND HOUSEHOLD   FURNITURE   MOVED  PROMPTLY AND SAFELY  Stables in rear of-Cadysmith Hotel.   Leave orders at the Abbottslord.  WILLIAMS   AND   WASKETT <  .-^i-^AAl  AI_.i_Li_.lli_.itl_lii___l  J T        J������   -������--������-   <     11.1     J        \U  SANITAS  tne   walls  like  as  easily as  wallpaper,  you  wash  LARD  H. W. SAUSAGE  (THEONIvY   KIND)  BLACK PUDDING  H.&W.  FIRST AVENUE. BUTCHERS  i  The Washable Wall Covering���������a pplied  to  and can be washed with soap   and  water  your hands,  __A TRAIL OF DIRT  Wherever there are children ordinary  wallpaper is in  danger.    One  little soiled hand will   spoil  the   wall.    You  don't want fo be    -*.l-  ways watching and scolding, lut you    must protect    the looks    of  your house.    Why not solve the  problem   by  covering  all Hallways,  Kitchen,  Bath-room  and  Children's Bedrooms with "Sanitas." Samples anh prices mailed free    on    request.  VICTORIA.B.C. .-_./, *������r.  .. '-.-irX.^C-,''.,'''''7'*-. '* /.  5 - ? *?.'_--���������'-      A"-  LADYSMITH     DAILY    LHD-1KR  .-���������ir r-ar  "-���������"' "-*  A SNAP���������_-_. good Engi;_-h Piano by  a first-class maker  in  p rf.   b  order  For  $100.00.   A  Mason  and  Hamlin  Organ for $125.00. Apply *  <".A. F.  OWEN,  Piano  Tuner Abbotsford  Hole.  FOUND���������On Rolierts Street ���������A   Lady's   Fur Boa.    Apply,  MRS.   JOSEPH,  ���������, ' Roberts Slirect.  $3.0 t  CABINETS POR  $2.50.  I-laving  made'arrangements  enabling us   Lo stay another week,  abo\ e  oll'or     is goud until Monday, March  6th. FRICKE   &   SCIIENCK.  The Victoria Lumber.Company of  Cneuiamus, and parties connected  Willi thcin arc; extensively interested  in the  Limber ol Varieomer island.  l-OrtEK OJ'1  1--AKLI ANIENT, eled   with  Gen.     Tom  Thumb      io;  (By Rose Jones, JJiv. 1.) yeais,     is looked upon as lhc crack  In l^jti parliament was called at bowler of Westchester county, New  0.\f.>iil -Ui laise money to pay the York. He also enjoys the distinction  pope, and thc baLoiis came lo the of being the smalbsl Elk in the  meeiiiy armed and prepared to force woild, and he wears a badge on his  ihe King to accept ad\isors who breast (o prove it. The badge is  would reform thc &o\ eminent. Simon j studded with diamonds, and was giv-  i.e inoiiilort's  pailnimciit was  called : en   hi in  at  the convention in  Cinrin-  The Victoria Aline near Ladysniitli,  only lo get money, in 121)5 Edward  Like Simon, he summoned two  ..nights fiom each shtie, and two  burgesses Irom jach borough, as  .\ el 1 as the nobles, bisnops and higher cli igy.  In the reign of Richard II. the parliament  had much power and  could  Lcfuse to grant money until grievances   were  redressed,   but  it  had     no  power   to   appoint  Hie  king's   advisers.    Besides,  parliament  was  much  under the control of great nobles, and  was  ofun  moved  by  a spirit  of fac-  "lion.       -In 13^7 a council  of eleven  .'.as      appointed      to  look  after  thc  king's  affairs.  FREE GRAM APHONICS ���������To fur  ls showing up wonderfully  well,   aim   lher iuU-oduce the Wllile Swan Soap  .Willi says  those who have seen    and  examined   the property, uim'i; a  .valuable properly.  very  CONCERT,  iv Ciraiuaphoiiu concert will be given in .Messrs.  Blair t& Adam's   store  this c\cuing under the auspices ot lhe  .WmLe Swan Soap Company.  Cosmopolitan, Strand for March at  Kni-rlil's.  In   another  column   will  be  a lelier from Rose Jones on '  of  Parliament."    .Miss   Jones  pupil of  Division i.  found  'Power  is     a  SPECIAL MEETING.  ' All   the  Ralliboiic Sisters  are   requested      to    meet   at Mrs.   Isabilla  Tate's,   the Island IJoine llolel,     on  Saturday evening at 7  o'clock,     to .  transact important business  KATE  TAT 15.  , M. of Li. and C.  and  lo make people better acquainted with the superior qualities of (his  product, the British Columbia    Soap  Works;  of  Victoria,  will  give   away  for a number of mouths  a high grade  Gramaphone.       Every  purchaser ���������  of  twenty-live    cents    woii.li of     White  Swan Soap     will receive a    coupon  from  his  grocer,     which  will  entitle  him   lo  a chance  in the   drawing     to  occur once monthly, the lucky   number  to get the Gramaphone and  four  records.    These   Gramaphones   are on  exhibition  at John Bickle's and    at  Blair  &  Adam-s,  THE CUE.  At      the Portland Hotel  toui iiament last evening,  burn  defeated  J.   Calverly,  200   lo his  opponent's  182.  nali  a few dajs ago.    Thc dwarf at- i  tended  as  a delegate  from the While j  Plains  (New  York)   lodge,  and while ���������  seated in thc convention hall he had !  to have cushions placed on his chair  so      that he  would  be on a "level"  with the other members.    The admiral made" a score of 15C oi the White  Plains  alleys,  and   on   the  Columbia  he  defeated' William      Lucy,  a  giant  Harlem  Circle alleys,   in  Manhattan,|  player, who stands (I feet (i inches, in'  a very exciting game.   o  FOOTBALL  The fool bailers have been taking  advantage o'f their holiday during the  past few days, and have been turning out regularly to practice. They  appear to be in fine shape now, so  some veiy intererting play can be  expected in the match between the  North and South Wards tomorrow af  tcrnoon. As .announced yesterday a  collection will be taken up during  the afternoon  to defray expenses.  Mr. T. Winsby has been selected to  play half back for North Ward.  We have a very nice  assortment ot these  goods, no two  alike,  Admiral  All Story Magazine, Smith's and  Tom Watson's Magazine for Apiil,  at Knight's. '  ��������� *������������������ .   ���������o ���������'������������������  SCOTSMEN'S   CLUB.  Thc following'notice has been handed in to The Ledger for publication:  "A meeting will be held jn the  Checker Club rooms on Sunday, the  ..*>LJi ins!,., al 2 o'clock, for lhe purpose of considering the advisability  of instituting a Burns' Club.  All gentlemen who are favorable to  ���������such; arc requested to attend.  JAMES   GOURLAY.   _ o ��������������������������� .  Clarke���������Mcdonald.  A pretty wedding took place at the  residence of the -..���������-���������bridegroom on  Fourth Avenue at S.30 o'clock last  (evening, when Rev. Schlichict united in the bonds of matrimony Basil S. McDonald, assistant principal  of Ihe local school, and Miss Margarita Clarke. Only the members  of thc lamilies of the conliacting  partiesand the members of thc  school teaching staff .with a few immediate friends were present.  The bride, who was attended . by  Miss L. Ingham, was robed in a  gown of while organdie, with a fine  wreath of snowdrops and carried a  bouquet of ".white hyacinths and  roses. Tier only -ornament was a  handsome  gold   Jocket  and  chain.  Miss Ingham, the maid of honor,  wore aprelty gown of white cloth.  The groom was attended bt the  brother of the bride, air. E. Clarke.  After the ceremony, tlie bride and  groom received the hearty congratulations of those present, which they  gracefully  acknowledged.  Dainty refreshments were served,  after which the remainder of the evening was spent with music, dancing  and various jolly games. ' It was after midnight when, the merry party  broke up, and as ttie guests left the  house, the best wishes of all were  again extended to the happy couple.  Included among the many presents  was a handsome silver tea set from  the members of the teaching s'lafi of  the local school.  Both the bride and the bridegroom  are well known in Ladysniilh, having  been residents of-Ibis town for a  'length of lime. They enter into their  new state of life with the lie-;t. wishes  of I heir  numerous friends.  Dr. li. IJ. Dic-r is thoroughly pleased wiih fh(! lesuil:. of hi:; notice tu  tlu! people of Ladysinith lh;i.i he was  reaily* io do goml denial work For  the past week he has had but ljllle  idle time, .and is now thoroughly nr-  tislied that there is an o|ipoitaini ly  lien; to build up a good ..ml permanent business. llix oflice is un High  Street, and he ma1,' lie found thereat .������������������������������������������������������\- VICTORIA  any hour of the day.  billiard  M. Wood-  seoiing  ]J.  Jones  was \ iclouous over J. Ford.    Score:  Jones  200;   Ford  J82.  II. P.IcSwecny  played \V.  Waring, de  foaling him by 5 points. .Score* Mc-  Sweeny  200;   Waling 1!)5.  The second  drawing  is  as  -olliyws:  1, ,,M.   Woodbuin,   scratch;   R.      C.  'l_'homas receives .'JO,  2.���������,}.  Aiuleisou scratch; R.  Jones,  sci a Ich.  .} _D.   Stewart  receives  30;      Bob.  Ciitcliley   receives  'III.  -I.���������Dan Daniels scratch; and Hugh  McSwecny receives DO.  'Tnc Ilnliaid tournament was resumed at the Portland Hotel this  morning. Dan Daniels defeated Alc-  Sween\\ Score 200 lo I'll.   o   HOCKEY.  A meeting of the members of the  Ladies' Hockey Club will be held at  the residence of Mrs. Macklin on  Monday afternoon at 3.30 p.m. All  are requested to attend.  The "lorpsdo" shape  is the great rage-*-  e have fiom.  Maurice Davis, until recently     employed at the Cecil Mine was    mar- ,  ried   last week in Victoria to a  lady :  DRYSDALE - STEVENSON  69,    Lai  other old-.lhneis. who would rather  fight llian legislate,*' would be a relief. Theie seems to be no talk ol  defeating thc government, and" even  the promised and still forthcoming  railway policy, does not ciea'te' either enthusiasm or antagonism. All  seems to be dtifting and the general  idea is that a month more and the  session will cease without any blue  lights being buincd or bombs exploded. It, seems to be the general op-  ion, that the McBridc Government  has done as well as it could under the  dill cull conditions that it detained  al the time it took charge, and that  mo e time must be given them to.get  everything' shipshape.  tSaWaWSMS^S^SSSJiS^i^^S^SSKSSSSa  HOWLING.  Dot, thcjnidget who trav-  NOTICK.  (Dissolution  or   Pailncrship.)  Tiie partnership heretoloie subsisting bol.ui n Chu Aling and Chu Lung  Ho. of Extension, 1..C, trading under Ihe firm name of Wing Lung ������'c  Co ,   has  been  dissol.c.l.  'lhe business will in ftituc be conducted uiidei the sole management of  Chu Lin,-;, Ifo, who assumes all lia-  I ill lies <>r the Iale Cum, and to whom  all outstanding debts mvst be paid  CIILj^LUNG   IIO.  Dated  Extension,. B.C.,   Feb.   2'Hh,  1905.  lately from aiaurice's old home:  across the water. air. and Mrs. !  D_ivis. will, most likely, go toQqes-  nelle to reside, and Mr. Davis will  engage in placer mining in that section, having some valuable hydraulic  ground on Terry Creek that will be  opened  up this year.   . O   IN 1.   ICTORIA.  Times in Victoria are quiet politically, that is to say that there is  a lameness about lhe discussions and  an inclination to be very polite one  lo anolher,   that  is  nol always seen'.  To a casual visitor, a sight of Joe  Martin,   Smith   Curtis,   Ebei ts     and  Br. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  All  work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  High St. Ladysmith  OlEN AT ALL HOURS.  H4Y. GRAIN AM)  f ARM PR0Dl.lt  Ordeis  will   be delivered  anywhere  in the city promptly and at Hie lowest possible prices.  Lea\c_oiders at Christie's, on  Hie  Esplanade.  JAS. WARNOGK.  LADY  ROSS AT COURT.  A London despatch says: FLe l'i>t  api earanee of Lady Ross, the wife of  Sir Charles Ross, who is well known  at coui t, created a sensation, for .she  had been so little seen. Her jewels  and gown attracted no little attention, but her shoes won the admiration even ol  royalty.  She is small, rather dainty in appearance, and her bright coloring  was shown to great advantage by  her dress of can de nil nioir*., with  Brussels lace draped so heavily over  the 'whole as ajniost to hide the rich  foundation. Her train was cloth of  silver, and this, too, bore quite a  small for tune in lace in its sweeping  folds.  But her  shoes  were  U13  loveliest  part of her     costume, and everyone  looked al them.   They were of    the  f.iiDSt     white   -kid,  sewn with gold  thread and cut away in delicate .lower patterns to allow the insetting of  I* | opals,  for which stone  Lady Ross is  ������i famous.    The   stones  were  encircled  ������  with     a gold      design  on  the shoes  whi'li was unique.  Some good Residences For Sale  Call and get particulars.  Agency of the Esquimau  & Hanaimo Ry. Co's  iiiiiwim  i in***   i- - mn vi ���������^���������l-^^^^w~^m^nrTMrrl^���������T���������TT^^���������T���������^���������^^^^^^ "-������������������      -^-���������^���������T���������-JTT_i.TinT~iM'  City Property  ���������_*_���������jmtam^T^ m ii ������������������ i ��������� i ��������� ��������� ������������������M*m-m���������i_������������������I���������_������������������^______������  :       . OH S STEWART P. O. Box 268  KIRE,  LIFE  AND ACCIDENT  INSURANCE.  CONVEYANCING NOTARY   PUBLIC.  Potatoes  Wc have just received a   con-  signment of  Colorado White Potatoes  which look nice and are tine cookers.* , -x  Fresh White Cabbage just received. t  Ranch Eggs, Cowichan and Salt Spring Creamery  Butter always on hand.  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  OAT ACRE ST.  LADYSMITH  i  JUST TO HAND FOR  N ew Shirts in Assorted Sizes and  Patterns, Also a full line of American hats in all the latest styles.  bumir & npnm  CARLISLE    BLOCK  PU.rflNG ON  .:s>.  R DOZEN  W. T. HEDDLE   CO.  I  is the incst effective and most economical  method  of  improving      and  brightening  up  the  interior  appearance of your dwelling.  From the many beautiful patterns  ���������many of them exclusive���������in our new  line, /we..'are certain you can select  exactly the right paper to suit yo'ir  taste and purse. , Let us show you .  oui* handsome array of styles.        ;  HARRY KAY  Fianos and  Organs  Ladysmith, B. C.  i.WmOmM.  WHOLESALE DRYG0ODS.  ���������Victoria,.. B. C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrated  IR0WGLA0 BRAND  ot  overalls!  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  ���������-���������.. PANTS,  SHIRTS. ETC.  1>  JUST ARRIVED  A full set of sight-testing instruments of the latest methods.  IF YOU ARE TROUHLED W 1TII HEADACHES, OR IP YOUR  EYES TROUBLE YOU, CALL AND LET US EXAMINE THEM  FREE OF CHARGE.  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.  ���������^FIRST  mmer  AVE.,  W ATCHMAKER. JEWELER, OPTICIAN  X XX  LADYSMITH,  \i,  tt  m  ft  ft  Taking  ../,.. ....  Winiam8"Block-  _La.dysrait3t_i  Particular Grocers.  Telephone 1  LADVSMITH SMAV  -0RS  ������������������".ii  11 IC II  STREET.  -:���������: Best hi the City  CRYSTAL LAUNDRY  T;e.ivc order? with  r.LMIt   fc   ADAM,    ' W.i  All  wp-': fir.*t-rlas������.at THE CIIRY  TAFFY!    TAFFY!  TAFFY!  .COME  AND SEE OUR LINES   OF  CANDIES  AND  CONFECTIONERY  ���������At���������  HOY'S BAKERY  1st   .venue,   - - <   Ladysmith  ������_������^T������H.:^������'-**i������rrT."_wlSr������'������.^"-l_n*"n'"'t"Vv<' -^r*"-^ vV'."''���������-'-"���������^T,. "^     .������������������-'���������   ; T_-*    W' TS *_*-~; -T.' ���������".' .u* " '*..,rTT_^7 ,"-"(2_S_- 'V*.^----?  ff-PTJ-ffi. u.-jw-'.'L.^..-.<>..':>-������;.���������.'-������������������ ,>.!,���������-.;-:��������� -.-���������>r_T-. ���������-- -y..^_. ...  ... ���������.;:___.___;_.v._s.._-'..::- ._.L.l.������������������J::~.^:v_.���������-^-.-5U'.2G_|,.  .!��������� ? K *t '���������  For Crosse ���������������&_. Black well's very .  choice JillS in srlass. I  Wild Rose Honey, fresh stock  COP.YB  vSAiOKKTHH  A Hi^gh  Grade Gram-o-phpnc  FREE to the users of  at Rolston^  Dinner and Tea Sets  EH PI RE  and  At Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  "Province  CIQVRS  Havana FHIed-  ^ss^s^ssm^^m^Es^ssE^mR^s^mwfm^mfa  $10.00 Dinner Sets, 97 pieces, iiow ..  $13.00 Dinner Sets, 97 pieces, now ....  $15i00 Dinner Sets, 97 pieces, now ...  $20.00 Dinner Sets, 97 pieces, 11 ow .  $25.00 Dinner Sets, 115 pieces, now  $35.00  Dinner  Sets,  98 pieces,  now ...  Watch our Window for I. O. C. Lines  $ 7.00  . 9.00  . 10.00  .. 15.00  .. 18.00  25.00  --1 I. HUM  1  ASK YOUR GROCER  FOR   PARTICULARS  HILBERT  HOTFL  LADYSMITH  RATES-$1.00     per    day.      FiH&st  Wines,  Liquors and  Cigars.  First Avenue, Ladysmith, B. 0.  D. Oi WHITE.  FARMERS'    MEAT   flARKET  On ist AveHue  Geo. Roberts   -  Proprietor  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rates $1.25 ard$l.6f*���������  (__,ree bag to all ���������teanboat landings and  railway depots.   Elsctric ear* every five  I miBUteB to all parts of   the city.   Bar  aad table Tiinnxcslled.  f F. BAYNES, Propri etor,  ABBOTT ST.,   VANCOUVER, B.C.  \

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