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 ������������������yBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI  ���������PB������-  The Ladysmith Daily Ledger  VOL.,2  LATURDA^,  MARCH   in,  lOOtf.  "Q 'V\HqS.  ���������en', zir.w  i=>i  "    \ "I|   ������   I /    ! I ! '���������  \4jprice five cents  11' I ������' I.  " * ' *      I   ���������:  I   !��������� t  $40,000  HAT  Dawson, Maich 9.���������Dawson's     an-f  NEWSPfiPERMAH  &TT EMPTS TO  Kill A RIVAL  Eureka, Cal., March 10.���������As the  culmination of an attack on thc Hei-  ald in, California last Sr.tui.day, M  Vaughn, oditoi of theCalifcHiuan,  .shot three times at Niles C. Hyatt,  mnnager of the Herald. None, of the  bullets did damage.  \augjin, who is pa>aly?ed in the  lower limbs,' drove in front of the  Herald  ollice and called for     Fran'.  nual  iiie occurred this morning     at  '2 o'clock.   Thc fire originated .in     a  furnace     room     next the Montr  eal lo Saloon, and was caused by an  overheated  furnace-   Five minutes later  thc building was a'bla/e       The  Monte Cailo building  was the largest   structure em   Front stieet,     and  is  practically a total  loss  The  losses aie as follows*  Murray Ka������i, Monte Carlo ijuilding,,  M5.000;' iimiH & Youlc, Aicade Res-   l'aik������r,   Ihe editor.    The stenogiaph  t will ant,   $2,000,   Edward  Gilky,  On-'ei   said  he was not in.   Vaughn  then  ftiiial Saloon,  M.fOl,  J    A. An������>rs,   'asked  for the manager, and  the lat-  Aictic  Cigar  stoic,  $1,500,  Ihitton    tei   went to the door *  &   Pierce, Sihclmaid   Saloon,  $2,fKJ<>, j    Hyatt    was not acr.yuiinted     with  Rcid A:  Company,    iliuggists,  $5,000 J V.i ighn   and     innocently  appiosidicl  Ooige  Dclioii,  Arcade building,  $7,-   th" carnage.    As ho did, so,  Vaughn  5(0,   \V.   II    Mendlftun,. Aictic Cigar   sang out:  "Arm youiself'"  and  b--  stoie   binM 1111^,1 ,$2,000,   Blecclicr     &   foie Hyatt could ha^e armed him-seir  Oniell,      bturisteis,  $3,000   Kenneth    three shots rang out.  McKae, barrister, $.S,Y|00. |    Hyatt    dodged   behind  a telephone  The tempera tin e is ten' below '/cio.   pole,     and    Vaughn   was  rcsuaini'l  All  the  parties burned out will   ic-    from further shooting,  and afterwan;  sunie  business as soon as  possible.     ariestod.  IL  A. AND 6.  IS  AMERICAN POACHER  PROWLS THE WATFR  Nanaimo,  13   C ,     Match     10.���������  Callecloi    riJintU  has luceivttd  won!  Irom   the  Indian  camp     neai ill'  city- ihal a'n American vesjivl with  m band ot Indian fishermen on  board is out near Dodd's Narrows  gathering clan's. The local Indians  were indignant, , al being discharg  t>d or leplaccd came in and eniiii ���������  ���������d the complaint Collector Smith!  promptly muds ariang'Cinents tor >i  trip to the Xanowfe last evening*,  acionipunicel h.\ llarr.v Uood ol (he  customs and Harry Mclndoo. of the  Fisheries A gasoline launch wai  chartered and late laM event ti-g  they were uriaug-ing for their  trip,  awaiting  mean time, for      a  confirniatiem   ol   the   news.  If   thc   information   pioves  aiirhen  tie   there   will   veily   likely      he        ������  captured     clam pirate rockim-   at   an  chor   in   the   hai-hor     *i>tne   time this  morning  jbater���������Ueioie     going     on  the  nns-  collector of Customs, wished to  have the report of-the near presence of a poacher vended, i������o accordingly Constable Stephenson Mailed the reserve and alter a conversation with several Indians el il -  lied the informgUon that the poacher was not' now in Dodds N.u  tows, but was somewhere in American waters The Indians state  Hint the Captain of 1he American  boat approached the Chemamu-,  Indians, aud asked them to dig  the clams and convey them t,o some  point of San<Juan Islands. vvheii'  she would pick them up and take  aboard tlie clams. As soon as  he j^nade timse arianirtements the Ca[������  tarn of the .poacher hit out and  is at present" no doubt awaiting  the  arrival  of  hi->  cargo.  When the Custom house nuthoii-  l ics were made "aware of \he above mentioned tacts the propose.i  trip  to   seize  the   poacher   was       ile-  .James   Jlaslam,   well   Known in  .Nanaimo, for some years a rofi.t  io emu ii, leu Uainplicil's boat hou-v.-  tor a tup to Isinjlishinan's iivcr  J ic had .i sitimuh bout, but .-.oon  ci 11 i*i he tell a lic.ivi south ejsl  ���������jule siirunji up U,j v. as e\pi>Lii'd  home,   beluie        I his      titiii',     in al  j I 'ast   word   was   expecicii       His    wife  j i~,   much   aldimcd   about   his      saicij  J He   wa,s      to     have     slopped      ovoi  iiUht    Willi   a   ineml      on     Mistake n  Klnnd      and   wiile   or   wire from  1'uiksMlle .No word has been receiver! ol* hun smec he loll I h<>  boat house ('overnnii'iii age-in  liui.v tiled to ������������������i-t a. wire tluoiiuji  last i veiling as soon as he leai ned  lhe facts, to I'arksville, hut the  o !.ce (here was closed If no  wtid is leceived of the miiMiig man  Hi ii morning Mr lira,-, will seuil  (nit     a  sCRi'eh paity  Hnli   thc   wind   blowing    iiom    the  ipiaiter      it   did   last     Friday <i  bo.it would fhilt ncro'-s the mill'  inward J.as-epieti Island It is tp  be   hoped   th/at   some      wonl will  bo roc lived irom Alt Ilaslam l hi-,  momnm fioin Ppi ksville, if theie  is   not  it   will   look     verv   serious  THE PIRATES  OF OYSTER  MIA Ml!  VS. UOYSMHfl  Ih>nefits  paid h>   1i>c fund  foi the  month of  Fehiuaiy  1!)(K> are as  follows:  A.   Ken          ���������                        , 1,26 00  C    Km mo           . , ;��������� no  iiigl'sun                             v , 11 00  ^tian,; ... l 2f>  ('    La  tiianilc                 j 5 00  1'0'tioy 7 00  M*\ i sky 2 00  I)   I'd'ilv    ,                   12 00  .Jas    Wuldall               .       . 30 Od  Tiu.s.  Rickaid 11 0o  U'm    Iliissell  (s.il.ny for Keh )     ."> 00  K    Lowe     (stamps <v  sahny) . .1.50  Si    Josephs'   Hospital   (tie.it-  nicnt  oi (i    fji'ighton) h ���������i."t  iN'aii.nnio  Hospital   (E   Sainii ' iU "ill  "      (A Stiang) .}.7">  A.   Rhiliels ] I iid  ���������los    Swulai* .    '5 00  CONFERENCE  NEWS NOTES  FROM THE  rt       o       *i \ (iii \.     {) *  i  r    I  n  The Victoiia United Football-team      gs  Jo^n called *iri as   usual at  Several  Thev  met   af the  stn*?et cornel   last  W1"   hc  "l> Horn  Victoria toinonow    tlie  T  whaif  last  ev,enmg  c cnniK. The    mom     v a-shinin-;'{U1{I   wl11   mepl   the  loc"11  seni0IS    on   passciuyprs  came o*er  from  Vancou-  I he bunl'ei   giomids     The matcii  will   ver on  thc steamer yesterday.  bii������litlv  and    the  spmt   of advenUiu  he,  without doubt, a ".eiy fciiterestlng  of the three | OUL.     ������������������ ]K.   \ocai   ]UUMrJ,   Will   be      as  was hoin    in thc heat I*  The  flose  city,   wuh   the   stieet   cais   rollovvs  and     blinking/      elettiic     lights   thev}    (!<-al-Ihiilslones  could     enduie     no  lon<-.<-i       They a-.    Kull-hacl s���������Scott and  O'C'oiuiell  ���������iit-ed    to take     n boat and make he-!    Hah ] acl.v-Eno,   Leahev  and  li."e they weie -Halts      Thev Ioi   a|(lllrno,lt  P.  K.  LOWE,  ?10.-i 75  sec ret,ii v  SIR^NGLED  WOMAN FOR  WEDDING DOWkY  siou  .������tate*d   above,'  Mr     U.H    Smith   dared   ofl  THE .'LID DOWN''  IN SEATTLE  Seattle, March .10���������"Seattle will  not have a wide-open town while I  am mayor of;this city. I understand  Mr. Ripliiiger arid his friends have in  timatod that my election.means we  shall return to theiold Humes policy  and I wish to nail etlmt rumor beforo  it gets any further. Repeat for me  aeiain and again that Seattle will be  closed tight. I was'elected mayor of  this city |hiy the law-ahi|ding citlizens,  by the better element, by the men  Wjho want; good pov.crninent an<l who'  want the laws i'nforc������.d. I slmll respect   their wishes."     >  That is the way William Hickman  Moore, Mayor-elect of Seattle, sized  up his future, policy when interview-  vd  yesterday.    Continuing,  he said:  "Iican. talk now where I did     not.  feel. I ike    talking when  I was before  1he people em my merits.    Now  that  I ha\e      keen   elected   mayor,   I   will  say  that  the people need have       no  fear of ��������� me adopting  the Humes   policy.    I will clean out   all graft     and  {������������������rafters.   I will Inv'e a clean administration.      There  will   l:e no  granting-  of privileges  to any  men  or  to any  special set  of men."  BANDITS BLOW  OPEN SAFE  Spokninc,  March  10.���������Throe masked  men smashed  in  the door of the in-  CHINA MORE  PEACEFUi-  l.oadon,   Vtiiiih   LO���������Acioidm^     t.i  the   eo,i lespondent      at       l'ekin oi  eke T i inline, the Chinejae cii&is i->  enteiiiijj upon a coiibiiiutioiial  phase. Vuan ) Shi Kdi, the tor  i^iondent. Kajs, Lonunands all  iln������ appi caches to I'ekm and yesier  day despatLhed Ij.v ham the u-venth  auny division     to   Sbuntolu Ihi  sjn commands the ai m\ oulsnJc  the vtall opposite the banebts The  desputi h adds ihat the uiiipe<*oi  and lOmpresb elowag-ei will pio-  crel   to   die  suminei   palace sir  weeks hence Lionel al Tub l.iaii":  will pioiect the pulaee with ."> in hi  iiii;u ' TTie K^elinfi in couit ciu'e*  uoift    is   much  leas  serious.  ���������o���������  JILTED WOMAN'S  REVENGE  Rome  March   TO.���������As  a brUhil   party  were going  into  the parish church-at  Snssari  yesterday   a woman   ran  out  , from  among the spectators and stab  'bed   the  bridegroom,  Viiivcngo  Ruin,  land  Bank at ''.Cunningham.,   8.V miles   )u the hack. "��������� ;'  west of Spokane early this morning.  Banker     i-V w/-' Parker, who 'stept   in  When seized she dcclan*ed  that she  had   formerly been  loved  by     Ruin,  AT THE AHBOTSFORD.  G. L.  Carey; Vancouver,  f.   R.   King,  Victoria.  Miss  I7). Dol.esoii,  Nanaimo.   n   Mr.      F. IT. Shepherd of Nanaimo,  who has been doing  govermmont sur-  \ey  work here for some time,  went  ,up to   Naniimo at  noon  today      ac-  compiiU'ic.l   by  his son.  the building was seized, gagged' and   ' f*(I ������*������ vvriuld not sec him  married  & to any other  Woman.    The unfortu  nate    was     taken '.-..to      the hospital  dying,. si red  the bridal  party,  including  the  hride-elect,���������������������������'followed.  After  a short  time  Ruin  recovered  cohscioiisuess,       and the girl  asked  him  if he would marry her i;cfore he  died.    He assented eagerly, and   .the  I wedding ceremony  was  performed at  'the   j'.sdside.       After     it, was  over  Ruin   just,  had  strength'enough      to  kiss his  wife before he died.  blindfolded,;,and  his    arms  and Tegs  tied with -wire.  The robbers then blew; open tie safe  bank  safe with   nitiro glycerine,   the  charges  being fired.    The force of the  explsicn   wrecked ' the  building,   badly  destroying some of thc money  in thc  safe,   whicli  conitajncd   $1,700.   'The  bandits  left Parker tied s0 securely  that it  took him an hour to get free  and give  the alarm.    The sheriff    is  now hunting the robbers.  THE DRESS SUIT WAR  ' IN      NEW    YORK  It    is     a relief  to' all   true  cans to know  Mini  the  "dress  war" jn. New  York is over  and  that  the   principles   upon, which Ihe republic is supposed   to  he   founded      have  Former.    Judge   Ditlc'iihocfer,      an  uitliority     on,    paints'of  law   which  ^deal   with, jcrsouul  privilege,  threw a  bomb  into   the eiiomy's camp  by say-  ' ing  thai  he  did not  believe  the     law  i, would   sustain   a hO'tel   proprietor^.in  Anieri-   such  un  act.   Scouting  parties of all  S1,i'l I men     in  nil  sorts   of   business  garb  (lien   began   to appear after sitmlowi,  in   the  Waldorf palm  room  and  other  of  the enemy's strongholds.    At last,  when   the  siuoUe  of battle had. eTrai-  agnin  ���������]������}oh .windicakcd.    These  liosti-   (,,|  away, a tour of all  the ultra-fas-  lilies,  which  have  ra^ed   lienelv    .in ' Jiii-Mini^lu  resorts,   Delinonica's,, sher-  r,,(1 r , , ' it's,   the  St.  Regis,  the  Savov,    Ne-  Cotlvam for several  wce::s,  arose ov-     ���������    '      ,       ,,,,,.,., , .,   .  1 therlaiid and  Manhattan, hhowed thai:  er     the question  as  to  whether the    ^    n,st,un,llltpui,s ���������.���������,' ,>m,  ro(lt,pil  proprietors of fashioniubk* rcstaiu-ants   all     along   the  line and   that       the  .should dictate  what  they  were pleas-   wear-wh'iit-you-plcasu banner had hci'n  ed   to call sartorial  reforms  to  their   triumphantly placed on every cap tinmen  putrons. t;,,l   position.  The battle began when a head wai- j When that shining exemplar of the  ter at the WaldorfiAstoria told two 'civic and social'perfections, Croker,  gentlemen in the palm room that j orgunif.i'd the Democratic Clu/b in  they could not Jje served for l-he rea-[ Kifth avenue, an ironclad rule was  W. A. Dier, ihe well known mining son that they -were not in evening promulgated which .prohibited any  promolor and pioneer resident of the dress. The men happened to be Mr. member from entering the club after  city, is lying critically ill at his H. l>e Courcy ,Forbes and Mr. Fred- (j p.m. unless lie was clad in evening  residence, Feruvvooil rond. Mr. Dier crick 0. Reach, both of whom are I clot lies. If this mile be still in force  recently underwent an operation of well known, and who have the repu- , the I.)omoci*ntic club enjoys the mm;*-  an ini|.iortaiit character, he .being, as .tiuum of carefully observing the ue distinction of being the most un-  a result, in a very delicate condition, proprieties of life and of being es- democratic spot in Gotham. .But, as  Colonist. ..j'j������cially ' versed, in  the  refinements'of   tbe days of   the tigTi* appear t()    be  ��������� polite, society.    Thev  departed,    but;   numbered,  this  Inst strong-hold of the  tho    not  bcroKj. they  had   informed       the   (,is((> spil.i(  wiu >ui;ely seen be aban-  this    inanagement that they c-iwisiilerc.i its   noncxl,  and. then New  York,  in     one  'tuiwlemocraiic    and, rude."     respect, at      least,  will be fully Am-  Vienna, atih 10���������The sensational  murdei of a cook in a lonely wood  has just beta hi ought, home to two  young waitiessis, One ot them, Marie Zellei. has made a full conicssiaii  and stated ihat tbe crime was committed to pi ovule her sistpi with a  dowiy The cook, whose name was  Maier, luheuted a legacy oi $2,250  The Ziella sisleis made hei ntifiain-  Tance at a cafe, and invited hei to  accompam them on a trip to Mm/-  /uischfag  Thc tuo staved at a hotel undei  falso naines, aad ne\1 day the /filers peisuadcd Plater lo accomiany  tliem on a walk lo the woods In a  secluded .spot they stiangled hei  with  a toi'd. c  They then lettnned to Vienna, and  Mai ic registeied hcisell under' (lie  vuctim's name In fins way she man  aged to irct the Lit lei's Iit'J ^t.|l fiom  her lodginqs They found the sav-  inbs bank noo1^. icpiesentiiig the leg-  ,.cy, and had a'teady taken out some  ol the money when tliey weie ai rest-  id  Marie slated -that her'sister was  cn;ragcd to an. opera signer, and ".'Jia.il  promised to bring,him a considerable  dowry. They committed tlie crime in  order to get. this money. The victim's body ,vvas found ny the police,  and   was not identified, for  ten days.  RELIEVE  HE TOLD OF  'HIS OWN     CRIME.  Tac'oma, March 10.���������Three robbers  held u,p John McDonald, a ion\jshore-  iniui, early this morning and after  ������������������olr'jting hini beat him in such a brutal manner that he may die: Mc-  Dcnaid was going home when pounced upon by  the men.  T'Juv police have arrested Alexander  NV'ison, ��������� whose past, record is of an  unsa.vorv character, but have failed  to find.cither of the other men. Nelson himself notified Ollicer Powers of  the hold-up, and when Powers attempted lo detain hini he started to  run, and Powers beat him into sub-'  mission.  Thc police believe that Nelson,  ter assisting in the assault, feared  thgt McDonald would die unless as-  sislance was ihi'inediate'ly given him,  and told Powers for Fear of icing a  fugitive for  a more serious crime.  lew      bonis      would fly  the s' uli and  cn.sslionpiS.      They   would   hold   sway  ovi-i   the peacelui  burbot.      The  lmr-  boi maslet   was away, they had notb  ing     to fear, so     Hi e the  Pirates ed  I'en/aiice they  th.-ew   the cares  of so-  ciely io the     winds, and aimed  vvrli  deadly   weapons   they  set   oli ()n  then  ciuise     Captain,   tbe  icvvcllcr,   Fust  male,      the hotel-! eepei,  Dcckr-han I,  Ben No. 2.  Thc   boat skimme.l  lightly  ovci   the  j v\i.tci.        The pirat.s steered aiound  { Hie     wliaif,      but there was no boat  they could  seize       The  .Joan,   as  she  lay at the     vvhaif looked  tempting,  but they   linjjr<>ned to lemeiubei   that  the captain   was  alwavs  well  armed,  so  they stceicd  clear.      A council of  war  was     held,  and  a-  nothing elie  toiild     be thought of tbvey decidod to  make a raid on Indian Chat ley's clam  bed at the oHi^i side ol the lav   Thev  made for  the spot  and theie savagely   slaughtered   innocent  clams   until,  thou thnst for blood was satisfied  PUNISHMENT  "Get  the  boat,"  said  the   piiatc  chiel  "Yes,"   was   the  tcply,   "but  whe'e;  is th.- boat'" j  A lusty search  along the beach le-<  vealed      the     f,v:t that   the boat bad '  vaiikshpd    While the tn0 had been ie-i  Cenlie   ioiwaid���������Weknow  Inside  Jell -N    A    Aloinson.  Outside leH ���������J   Sandeison,  Inside  Kighl���������.S   Graham  Oulsidc lefl ��������� I   Richards.  The    hick-oli    is sjhedulcd to t.ii<e  plaie at  one o clock  shaip  Mis.    G    R   Wilsrm was a i<asscn  gei  1o Nanaimo on the noon train.  yesterday.  I    Bai,������-e OeorCTian was in port for em  i ptr coke cats  this  moxnmg.      She  j lefl  for Union  foi  coke, for the srael-  tei  S S. Clyde anl scow were in port  loading ioal for the mainland .->  morning.   .  Tlie S S    Hilda  was  in  poit this  inoining for coal.  It. is possible that the steamer  Comenc, C'a'Jt McGill, which was  heie fot sevcialweeks last summer,  will again \isit the port in a few  days The Comeric is expected fiom  Eveiett to take fuel. Tins- steanu-r,  it will be remenrbcted, luul on hoaid  a large number of Chinese who were  not permitted to  land  as i.heir head-  Indian  Agent   Rr/|tnson of Dimcnr  pas*A"d  Ihiough  to^Nanaimo  at noon  I tax had not Veen  paid.    The utmost  ins,    ptpcautions  weie taken io keep    the  Miss M Ramsay and 'Miss Cohurn  left nn the noon tiain foi Nanaimo,  wheie thev will si end Sunday.  I  Celestials aLpDatd and wlule here they  caiihod     considerable trouble. Three  white    memlxTS of     Uie ciew were  tai>en into court clunked with      lll-  tieatniK one man     The case      was  dismissed  ALPINE CLIMBER'S  AWFUL EXPERIENCES  tide had risen, the boat lpoaic>   12,100 feet high m the Mischa- knees  and   moving  only   one at      a  I el    l.tnjo       The party reached ,the time,  reached a shelterod spot, where  summit  m safetv, and after a short they  rested,   and  later   mude     their  test commenced the descent. way down to. Zeimatt.  ALmit  a quaitei  of an Jiour after ,   E*verytlnng th<>y  had with them ev-  leavin*;     the to*J atenific hurricane en    '\heir clothing, was fiozen hard  was  encountered.    The  guides     dug a-   wo*>d.    The'temple  stiam       of  tlieir pioleis into the  ice aiul held on clinging 'on   to  the exposed slope had  Dr    GtoIus   was   blown ofl the slope kept      their  bodies  waim and savoil  into *>iaec time aftei time, hut   was them  fiom  being fro/en  to dirath   in  dtagged   back by  the guidt-s  to firm* the  glacial huincane     Whan thev at-  gioiuid  in eacli case  and only    with nvcd  at  Zermatl  they  could hardly  the greatest efforts ., walk or speak.  Advices   from .Victoria  say  House   was silting until -1.30  morning.    The  Kaien Island q|uestion:  action  *vas responsible.  I  Tlien the "war"' was on.  lericanized.  BATTLE IN  PH1LLIPPINES  Alniiillft, Muirh 10. ��������� Another ; tie-  count of Lhe HijIiL near, Jolo staffs  that. G.t'dti on tin vv M'orevs were killed in the crater of the Pre-eipita-  ous volceino. live miles from .Jolo.  The Ami-r'runs lost. IS Uillefl tend  oil wounded, inclutliiiy i' lit. ft.iv-  ers of the Foiirlh Cavalry. Lieut.  Aynew of the Si kill infantry, ljienl .  Cordon lloxon of lhe sig-nnl corps,  h'lisiyn    Cooke.       coinnuuiiling lhe  Pampiinga and Captain UTiile of  t li������*, Const-aliiilni'v .      The      a>i I ucU  was under 1 lie commanit of Col-  .Dtmonn   of   the   lith   infantry. The  fig-lit lasleil two days among the  lave rid.ees. which had lieen Ktrong-  ly 'fort irun! hy the M'oros. The nr-  liller.v h'ad I" he hoisted Ivy means  of ropes n|i the last live hundred  feel. at an angle of <>0 degrees- (Jen  erul Wood commends the work of  the   troops.  Gene a,  Match   10 ���������Di    Geehrs,  of If the rope had  bioVren the doctoi  Mulhoise,     Geima'ny,    a well-kno,wn would  ha\e   been  hurlced  4,000  feet  climber  has just  had  atemWle    Al- below, on to the glacier, of which he  pine experience      Accompanied      by caught several glimpses t\viule h<-lp-  t lie guides    Bener and Max Augden- less m the air  blatten, lie-left Zeinutt  in cold hut After half     an hour the hurricane  beautiful   vveathei   to make  the   first abated somewhat,  and the throe clim  mouelessly     -butchering the h.umles, '^eenl,   of the Stahlhonr,  a difficult hers, crawling on  their hands      and  clams    the     ���������   -    ���������    ���������  had sailed gracefully out, and was  now visible in the moonlight, fni  across the watei The clam laidcrs  weie punished  "INSUBORDINATION  I am the captain, and I cidei, p0s-  .tively oulei, urn to gel the boat,  \Valtei,"thundeied tlo leadet  "And I shan't," was the dutiful  ioi Iv  "Voi'll mutineo-'" snearned the cap  tani, "iJeii, I command .vou to ai-  iest tJiat  villain "  lien failed to brat, and fruling that  insul.oidination in the ianl.s of his  men was not to l.e overcome , the  gailaiit Captain threw off his coat',  lit a Sweet -Caporal, ��������� wrapped the  former about his knees, sat'tefire  the fre and. thanked his fate that  his als-Mio**' from home would not be  missed so much as it would have  been a few Aveel.s agoc  REPENTANCE  Howevrr. Walter, who had rebelled  first of all, filled'with remorse,' suddenly stalked into the water'. It  was cold arid..'rather dcep, but he.not  the boat. Hi* might, have got" in  and rowed himself home without bis  companions, but he is loval is Waller. \ :���������.  -������������������HOME'' AGATN-.  The  nipiht-watch  prowled  the city.  On   the  Esplanade he espied  three fig-  rr.rs  loaded   wiih  pails,  etc.  coming  stealthily  up from   the   water-front.  He    acco.sted     them,   and   demnndpd  TYPHOID  EPIDEMIC  TELEPHONE  Vancouver, March 10.���������Line trouble  of a serious nature,  the'result,   the  New Westminster, March 9.��������� Dr.  ('. J. Fagan, secretary of thc Provincial Board of Health, who is now ' b.C. Telej-hone Company believe, of  in, the city at the .revest!of (tl'iecity ' a criminal acticn, ��������� has introduced a  council cndeaiybring to find out- the new feature nto the present' r'ela-  catise of the. epidemic of tyidioid fe- t-ions of the company and .the; strik-  vi-r, is conducting a most .thorough i ������������������,, ijnemen and telephone oneratoLS.  in esPigatic ii in which be is overlook ' According to the. company, a cable  ing  in-,'lelnils,  no matter how small   on Gran.ilie street,  opposite the-Cn  I.t.   I'vag'.-n went out  to  Ci>.<uitUim   tcrian     hotel, had been deliberately  of  !..-i e todav   lo go thoroughly, int tho.  sanitary   conditinns  surrounding, the  source     of  the city's  water supply,  and will not return till late this evening.    In addition  to   this  Dr.  Fa-  gan has ��������� interviewed  as many as possible of the patients suffering   from  tyidioid and traced- as far as possiltk*.  th-2     suspicious     circumstances-surrounding   each.      It   will   ta'c some  their errand.   He  heard   somclhin  ,lfrf,,rr,?l!!:t,'"\'l"ri/Vas invi,,vl      to 'time to..work out all  the details   of  partaJ-e of the decoction  that  Wnlter  brewed     t0  keep" him  from  calehing  cold,  and   which   the others   insisted  upon partaking 0f t(l���������well,  they did.  put  out'of business .by  an injury indicted ' with   a sharp   instrument, cutting 'through  eighteen  tele'ln.newiu  cs, serving as many subscribers. Tho  company     regards this as wilful, dam-  aye and not as the result of .an accident,  and is now  offering  $1,000   reward for the apprehension of the guil  ly      parties.    It   is further  reported  that another attempt  of the.     same  kind was made to disable the wires  yecau.se  Mrs.' H. '(Veil  the north-bound  left  Ladysmith    on  train at   noi.ii.  NEEDHAM   STKIOKT   MISSION  The    l.ndies  of  NeedJiam  Ri.,   Pre:*;.,  Mi>sion,       Nan.'iiiiio, Inur      ;i.vi.n  working overt ime lately ^ iiuiUiiiHv  preparations for tho concert ���������,���������.'  supjier. vvhi'.-h i.s Iwing gijv������n un-  ded   .the!   airspioes      of   ih.s  .   Mission  on   Tuesday   niShl.   next,   commencing I was   aU   i(]cal 0IW   For   (h,   u.jp>  at       c-M.1   o'clock.      The   programme  will   be   given   first,   after   which  per   will   hu   served.     Ths      foil  is   the programme:  Ihe  close   investiyatimi   being carried   contained in -a cable leading into Hie  on   by  Dr.   Fagan,  as-it  will necessi-   MeKinnon   block,   the   telephone   seriate 'examining  various   dairies also,   v-cc     0f SCvieral of the othces being  as some allege  that impure.mill*;has   seri0iisiy affected in consequence.  li."i'ii   the  cause ot  scmhc  of  the cases. ,    iKCprosentatives      of     the  strilcing  Another    cause   to  which  a tiiini'l.-.H*    workmen   were   interviewed   by       the  Leases    are    atlrihute-d are impure   prcss alui disavowed in)the strongest  local sanitary,-conaitinns. Ry this it  is ineatil that: the sanitary conditions surrounding the dwelling in  which tlie'i victims lived vveie nol of  Hie best, hi'i the gi neinl .sanitary  conditions of the city are considered  good.  A   later   despatch says:    Dr.   Fagan  was  accompanied   on   the   trip       h(y  Chief constable .Spain,  of   the  provin  terms the acts of ��������� depredation noted  nbovc.  They  stated that  though they  were  desirous  ol   winning  the i resent,  contest,,      they    would  not stoop  to  such petty means of forcing the .company  lo terms,  inasmuch as       they  re-alb-rd  that   such   actions  would    result  in  the loss  of public sympathy  which   they  now  enjoy.    It  would  be  unnecessary   for the company   to offer  rial   police  force,  and   they  left early   any ,rewavd  to influence  the'iinembcrs  to give information concerning      the  acts bad they any cognizance of the  perpetrators.      They  condemned the  action in   the  strongest,  terms.  sup-  io win:  len  Solo���������.Mr.   K.   Miles,  ���������lioeitnl ion���������.Mis.s.   "M.   Lcask.  Solo���������.Miss.   lODie   Aitken.  Solo���������Mr.    D.   Roberts.  Violin   Solo���������Mast i-r   'p.   .\  Solo���������Mis.   \Y.   V.   Drvsilnle.  Vocal    DilL'tt���������Miss.   C. Cocking  ami     K. Kemp.  Solo���������Miss.    Inez   Martell.  Solo���������Mr.    .7.   Dohoson.  Instruuiental  Duett���������Misses \  son     aiul   L.   Shaw.  SoJo���������Miss.   A.   Woodman.  Solo���������Mr.s.    L,.     Lobley.  Mouth Organ  Solo-^Miss l  (;i'li  in  the morning and did  not j-et l^cl  till   late  in   the evening.    The     day  hut  lhe-     toads   were  very   poor  in       all  parts,      and     rouse(>*i!cnlly  the time . ,.  .  made on  the eighteen-mile drive . ami i    \v'iu.��������� r>r.  Fagan has  completed his  return  was  not good. investigation  he  will  prepnre a    full  Dr.     Fagan and     C\ nstablc  Spain     report which will be  presented to thti  eoiidueted   a thorough   inspection       of  the  hi'v  at  the southern end,   where  Atlorney-Geiieral  ���������t-     Victoria,  and  by him will   be presented to the Government.    This   is  contrary  to      the  general  impression,   which  was  that  Dr.   Fagan would report  to the city  council.  lt  is pointed out, however,     that  when the city nude the rosiest   for  the city's intake pipe is located, and  also up as far as the Vancouver Power  Company's tunnel.  "-samples of tlie water were taken  from the various parts of the lake  in   small   bottles,  and  Will  be analj'7-  ed  by Dr.   l'a,o-an 0u  his return     to    an  investigation  the government   a-  Victoria.    These  samples  wore  taken   Rreoil  to conduct one,  and on m-eiv-  frotn  the place where  the   intake pipe   j���������K a    report    from    the  Provincial-  is   located,   from   the  middle  of;   the    nealth ollicer. Uie Text  of it will   be  I lake,  in   the vicinity  of the   Vancou-   conveyed  to  the city.   Dr.  Fagtan d0-  ver     Power Company's  tiinnel,  and     es not *xpect to complete his work    \  Smith,  two other places, making five in all.   ��������� in the city until tonight. {  A mmm  SHPP"  0\ILY LKDGHK  IHE DAILY LEDGFR  Published   every day except Sunday.  9Y        THE       DAILY        LEDGER  , .COMPANY.  OFFICE-AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCjr|TPJION   <?RICE  ���������0  oents  a  montH,- -$5  per  year   in  advance.     Advertising rates on application.  LATURD \Y, MARCH  10,  1900.  NANAIMO  NEWSNOTES  ~ IK&ViP SPENCER-������������������* s,  -.****���������   (Nanaimo) Ltd  Always Leading!  Every, day adds to our alie.idy large collection of beautiful  new goods. .Our-styles come direct from the sources of fashion, and thoughts of Spring scorn to be fairly woven into the  new ���������fabrics'.. It is a ureal pleasure to present to the public  such an ���������.exceptionally choice selection of Spring Merchandise,  where quality-, snle and price arc s0 evenly blended that it  ���������makes ? buying a pleasuie. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR  CONFINED STYLES. TIfEY COST NO MORE.  j.   W    COBURN  "TH,!ei'iiiu>'v><'-  Ladysmith   Lumber  WM. MUNSIE, President  The  MILLS  Esquimau   & Nansimo Railway  Co  AT   FIDDICK    AND   LADYSMITII-Shllilies  ��������� VHiini'-ictnrer?     ol-  Roujih andOressed Fir andCedar Lumber, Laths.  Shingles, Mouliiinjcs, Etc.. of the Best Quality.  Stationed   and   Kiln   n>-i~-    ���������   -MtijiK     "id   F-inlshlnr     l.nmmn   Ik  Ltd  Speciaii-  Time  Table No. .57  Stock  Jj TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING  -  ,J.  Franck,  rop i-e-t.cn ling'  Li'iser   &   Co    returned  from   a   succc'sMiil       business  to   Union unci Cumberland  ihe   Billion  \ i-sjiordtiy  trip  ilr.     '1,'.'"C.   Cares,   a   Coinnu'iTiai  li-A\elloi,      is  on   lui   *��������� av   '<>       the  terniinal   city.      He  rcpui li    liiisiness.,'-  as   good  in  Cumbft land.  To he ���������.the; interesting fcatinc  for  lo-inorrow's showing.   They  aie good because they mc the celebrated   North way Garments.  cJMO   J.Y   TALKS.-  If w ������������*i, mm miwwiM  AS LOUD TO US AS AN VON E.  IF YOU ARE PAYING CASH FOR YOUR MEAT YOUR DOLLARS  WILL GO FURTHER IF YOU R-UY  J'IU)M US   Our Cash Prices Sannst Be Beaten   PANNELL   &    FLASKET  Traii.o  leave  Ladyamith  for Victoria and  all   intermediate stations    al  9.10 a-in. daily,  anil at 4.00 p.m. on   Wednesda*.s,     Safudays' and   Sundays.       ��������� -  Trains lea*, e* Ladysmith for Wellington and all intermediate stations  at 11.57 a.m. tlaiiy, and at ,6.00 p.m. on U'ediif days, Saturdays and  Sundays. '     ���������  i Excu-sion Tickets  ON SALE TO  AND   FROM ALL.STATIONS  good for going journey Saturdays  and Sundays, rcturn.iig not later than  the following Monday.   Steamer Joan   1       Sails from  Ladysmith .for Vancouver every Saturday at G00 a.m. and  returning sails from  Vancouver     for    Lndysniith at 2.30 p.m.  Cor. Fort and'   Government Streets.,  GEO. L. COURTNEY  Dist.   Frt. & Pass. Agt.  a  Ladies' Tailor Made Suits made of Light Gray Homespun'  Tweed (the latest material) 101 on. Coal., Pleated Fr0nt, Hade  and Sleeves, 'Sl<iit has side pleats, triiiin.o.I with Crochet Buttons ami Talis���������a. Xohiiy style and " Noiihway" means perfect lit.  STKA.M   H1CAT1-;U  wi-'i.r. i-u*<nisiii-:ij K������O.V.*5  g* The Suit..... ...    '..$22.50  Res kloofs  of     Albeit   street.     air, ���������**=������������������> ������     Ladies' -'I'ailor Made Suits    the    "Ceiehraled    Northway  Gar-  oooiplainiiTg,     nnd     nut        vviiluuiv !    T.S    nieiits similar style to ilit*   ahnve.  h"(    made of a fine pure  of  the  ims.imUi.*.       'midii'ioVi ; J..��������������� avooI  Venetian Cloth  in Navy or  Gi en.  cause,  of the drain, ou ilie south **ide of  the street. The odoi u.-ising; fi'oin  the same at times is- something-  dioadful and should be atl.cMidod  to at once A serious epidemic will  surely result if such inattei.s ���������as  c tha one leb-jried to above (ire left  nnat tended     1o.  The B. C. Telephone Company  are ha", in ft all kind** of I rouble dining the strike of its linemen aiid  telephone operators. On Thursday  a cable containing eighteen .. rel.o-  phonc wires v.a*? deliberntelv , can  through and the whole tinner put  out of ,b,usiness. The Company,an;  offering- SJ .000 reward for the .tip  prehension   of   the   guilt.\   pai lies'  W. K. Richmond, the man who.  as .staled in these coliiins a ' te:i  d'l.vs ago, slept continuously from  the lime he was picked up drunk  on Carall .street, V.ineunvei on Friday nighl last, until he was removed to the hospital on Tuesday afternoon, died al lhe hospital  1hia, morning While ho was a\vak::  ened several times and talked ������  lit 11c at 1he hospital, he never  fully regained his senses and . the  case is said to lio still somewh-i'.  of  a   puzzle   to the doctois.  A ITANTiPOiUE DON" \TTONT  >������  p.*  yz  The, Suit.  $25.00  Dear Mother  Sinn!.i> Little B. Cigars.  KEEPS        C1IAMP.ER-  1N  UlS ROUSE  would  not' he  without C ham-  It is kiept  Your little ones are a constant  care in  Fall  and  Winter  weather.     They will    a i \y ��������� y^  catch cold.    Do you know about Shiloh's  Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and    LA1.VS   REMEDY  what it has done for so many ?    It is said i     "V  to  be the only   reliable  remedy  for all ', i   .���������,     e,       ,    ���������-, ,  diseases of tlie air passage, in children. ,'cr,ain s CoU-h Remwl-V  It is absolute!^ harmless and peasant to on ban'l continually iu our home,"  take. It is guaranteed to cure or your money saVS W. W-. . Kearney, editor of the lu  is returned.   The price is 25c. per bottle,   dependent,    Lowry   City,  Alo.     That  3'+ is just what, every family should do.  When kept at hand ready for instant  use, a    cold    may he   checked ,at the  A. J. McMURTRIE, J'roprlctor  BU bUl'l'MKD WITH    Hi  WlNHrt, MQUOKS. CIO AKS  0TEL  LADYSMITH, B. c  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables aud good  Rooms  PORTLHND HOTEL  DAVID  1IYNES,  Proprietor.  !ljard at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra   well  Stocked  ard all dealers in medicine sell  ���������SHmOH  This remedy should be in every household.  The Nanaimo Hospital     has     beei.  made richer   to   lhe  c-\ienl   of     -$50ti  as the   lollouing   letier    will    show  JJr. J.   JJooih,   Piesideni  oi   the Hospital   Asfeoeiation,   Xaniiimo.  Dear   Sir,���������I   am    insti ncled b>  rresident   Howard   to   piesent ti  the Nanaimo     hospital   the   sum     o  l'"i\0   himdii'd      dollars      wiih l-le  compliments     and   well      wishes       oi  the Uoaid of   Ln-pctois  of .ihe    Com  pan-*..  Vi'u     take   pleasuie.      in     endosini;  herewith     the  loiupnn.s's     i liec k    fo:  A  KAVOR1TE   REMEDY   FOR   BA'.  J51 ES  It's   pleasant     taste    and   prompt  ones ha\c made CivaiVr/lain s Coiigl  Itemed} a f.noiite with tlie mothers  ot small cliihiieii. It i.mcuh cure:  thcii coughs and colds and pievenl;  any cLui<>ci of pneumoiiia oi othe.'  senous coii*-ef|iienccs It nol onlj  cuics croup, hul when gi\en as sooi  as tin eioupy (.uu^h appeals will pr  vent  Ihe allacK. I'm   sale  l,y��������� L;i '  djsni.lh  I'haimafv  wEkvs2Bmmms85mis&.  the  above sum.  Yours Very,    truly,  THOS.   H.   STpCKhrrT,  ���������..- .. ���������   \    ,        JMaiia>>ei'  Tr-IE ���������wTNjDS.PTI.  A. D. jVIanro,    Mi's.(. SocUham,  ^1 i.s  S m-kham, Master. .'St oclch am,    J.   A  Thompson,     R.    E.' Brett .    ('has   R  H^hop,     J. H. Franck^ 1-   H   tlrilii-  tli,    Victoria;     W.    Thomson.    .1.    (J  P'.try,     .7. A. W. Bell;   :i3:    W.  Uaih-.v  Vancouver, ' J.   A.   Horner.    Toronto  M.   R.   Simpson,'Laclysmiih,    l-\      A  A'lley,- A.'.- A'r.Davis,- Cunil.iicrland.    \V  '^���������1 arp,      Mrs.    Sharp,-.������������������Coniox;   l-',mai  Mi'--jkelso'n,' .Copenhag'cn,-     !',.      Wren.  Dan Tveis,      Chcmninus.   ,T.   A.   t'lin-  n i i ��������� gh am,     New    Wcs (minster.  outset and cured in much less time  than after it has become settled in  thu    syslom. 'J'his remedy  i.s also  without a peer for croup in children,  and will prevent the attack when giv  en as soon as the child becomes  hoarse, or even after the aoupy  jcmifdi appears, which can he done only when the remedy is kept athan.il.  For sale by Ladysmith Phannacv. -  .Vmoiii;- the arrivals on 'the Joan  la.sl evening' l'runi Vancouver was  v'upt. L*jnai* Mikklesoa, who holds  a commission in the Danish l.lo-  yal p navy. The captain is prepar  ii��������� jvf,- for a voyage lo the "Arctic,  lu discover a new continent' which  he   thinks  exists   there,     and his  presence in Nanaimo was for the.  purpose: of securing- Uie lishing'  -schooner, Xellle Thurston, iu which  ii;   make   tlie   northern   voyage lo  ilie mouth of the MacUen>'.ie river  ������v!ii.'i;e he was to meet ihe halancn  of his party, consisting- of mem  taers of the. Ko.yal Geographical  ���������?(.>-.;iet\ , who lefl. ihe Captain at  ". Igary, from ihat ]>oint ;pi-oceed-  vti ;������������������ overland to the point ol* rendezvous.  The Captain's mission here, -how-  ���������" ���������������������������I',, has einlc-d. in failure for he  lii:ds that the ri'hurston i.s [ already  ���������old and has left port for the  ���������N'orth. .Vol,       lii.-iiig-     .able' lo  --���������e'sire any-other vessel here thai;  '������������������ill answer his purpose, ihe Capi-  '".'ives this iiKiniinjfifiir Victoria to  ���������<ee if lie can "nti.sl'.v his needs in  Hat     city.  MOKI'IS 'ITIih; SIlOliT.  The lirsl compel ii jou for t lie 'boys  ��������� : \/.i'. sliooliny with Morris luhe,  ��������� '.!N held his! ii:^l:l in lhe O.'nll'ai  '���������liool 1 >;i-^i-iii"-iiI with a lar;j'e iiiun-  ������������������������������������r of foulest a n Is. The boys were  miidicti/ip'-d   accordiiiLf     in their  i..'.'e.   lhc   shoot    result big    as  follows:  IT DEFIES  COMPETITION  WATSON'S  This  Hotel hat   been completely      renovated. ���������,  /  Board,and lodgiDg J1.00 per day. ,  HOTEL    PRETORIH  JOHNTi A, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied  with  the   Best    Wines, 1st Avenue  Liquors and Ci{*;ai"K.  Ladysinith H.C  A Ijusiness man's rainy day  or Waterproof liool without a,n  _eqiial. As\* to see them al  your dealers.  ������������������_ L 169. Men's Tan  Chjppewan  Veai  Kip  Waterproof Soots  . Hand made and brass ii vetted,  have    single sole and slip, celluloid    eyelets and  hooks. This  Hoot     will   give   you  satisfaction  MANUFACTURED  BY  VANCOUVER, B. C,  Name                      Handicap    ..^  Tot.  I ���������  Caldwell    :...."  ���������2H  \  W'adding'l on    0  ������'������  J.  \\-  ���������J I  f  ���������)���������>  T  Crant  : 1  ���������in  A  ���������)0  (���������'..  .Siithei-land    12  i! i.-  K.  rianiilen    4  21  li.  Shaw    1  20  11  K'������  A.  T law tho nil hwnite   ...2  :i>'  1 .  Neave    ^  i.ri  n.  Sutherland    ">  ���������|.-  p.  Wilcox    .">  1 !  A.  14  P.  04-  A.  (���������  Best accommodation for transient  \nd permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfprt-  aMy furnished, and the bar is up-to-  d.*te. Rates $1.00 a day and ������p-  w>rds.  WM.  BEVERII^GE, Prop.  ���������������������la*a4a  T.a.#T������mUk  THE JONES HOTEL  ,���������WHITE   COOIv���������  and  ���������WHITE   LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  QATAURE   STREET-      Ladysinith.  ii  GAL  \k  \V  Leads Them    All  '.,    IN'.quality; ,-";  -:o>  R. P. RITHET,  & Co.," Ltd  Agency.  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Rftf-n jH.'J") .ibti$1.5tt���������  !'>������������������������ OuH to all Fteam':)i).it iandiro.* -'"<  r-i.i'.vM-.v depot?. RlnctTic earp. fvm> 'i ������������������  inimite? to ail parts ol i\iv city- ���������*���������������*���������  iind t.abU' iincKcelli'il.  F. BAYNKS, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,  VANCOUVER   B, 0.  TNC COMrOKTAtLC WAV.  TO FERNIE,   B. C.  Read Down Read Up  9 p.m. l.v. VICTOU.IA Arr. 4-������������ P- m.  tS.oo p. iu. Uf. Seattle Arr. 9.00 a.m.  9.31 p. in, Arr. Kveretl Arr. 7.30 a.m  9.30 a. ra. Arr. SPOKANK Arr 7.45 P'"  6.25 p.m Arr.    Kcxronl   Arr 12.30 p. m.  8.10 p, 111,'Ar. Kike Arr. 10.42 a. m.  9.00 p.m.   Arr.. ��������� Ferule   l.v.9.55 a   111.  ONE NIGHT  To *ji Kootenay Points  TWO', "NIGHTS  .To    Winnipeg and St. Paul  Close Connections  For     Chicago. Toronto.  Montreal and  All Points East & West  Acetylene     Lighted     Cars,  Family Tourist Sleepers.  Palace  Sleeping, Cars'.  Dining     Cars (Meals a  la  .    .   Carte).  Library Observation      Cars -  Through     tickets and baggage checks to an points.  Steamship Tickets  For tickets, maps, berths  reservations and complete  information can on or ad-/  ''"ess.'  S. G. Yerkes E. R. Stephen  A.G.R.A. G.A.G.N. Ry  Seattle Victoria.  B.C.  c  Under New Alanagment  Hotel Wilson  ������������������ ���������c   .   ,:'  NanaiiTio, B. C.  Jas. R. McKinnel  Proprietor.  Commercial Mens'  headaaartcrs.  Modern  and     Strictly" First  Clais.  Fire Proof     lVuiidimg*.  Pacific Coast  VICTORIA, :-: :-:  WANTED��������� I Jy Chicago wholesale  house, sjiccinl representative (man or  woman) for: each province in Canada.  Salary $20 00 and expenses paid  weekly. Expense money advanced.  Business successful; position perma-  rient. No invesl.incnt required. Previous  expcriciicefnot'essential. to cn**  K*ig'������g-  Address Manager,   132  Lake.Street,  Chicago,   111-,  U.S.A.  CA  M. J. 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Steamsiiip Tickets on sale to  and from all   European Points.  Cabin accommodation reserved by wire.  For  further  particulars call  or    wiile      thc ofhee.   'Phone  Alain '156.  A.    D.    Charlton,   A.G.P.A.,  N.P.,   Portland, Ore.  E.  E.     Rlnckwood,  general  agent, Victoria, D. C. '  THeCITYMRRKeT  R.'Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  Are You  Go ing East  Then be lure your tickets reirf   via  tht  I.  PAINTING,        PAPEkHANOlN0  ETC.  Work done properly and at rlw'1  prices. A full line of Wall Paper,  and Painter's Supplies Residence' on  Roberta Street  J    B   SVITH.   Pr-  DUNDEE-  WHISKY  Scotlands Best..  TflC liUDSOri'S DAT CO.  Sole Agents for li. C.  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.      *  I PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OP COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Work:Q at  UDYSMIl  C.  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION. CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  Vancouver Island, B. G, General Manager.  If you like���������-  ,  A   smooth,   easy   shave,   an even,  well-finished     beard trim, a good  hath, or a stylish Hair-cut.  You will go to  LADYSMITH 3HAVIN6  PARI0RS  HIGH STREET.  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST.'.PAUL  and . MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Paeifli  Coast. 1  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, TH'.  RNEST   TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,   THE   FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   Cllt  CJA'GO,*  OMAHA,���������'   KANSAS CITY,  aud ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete  information  ask youi  local agent or write>  F. W.  PARKER  General   'ice������t.  7'JO 2nd Avd., SeattU.  r>ea era In  T  2E  6^ai4������?  GEO YUEN  Merchant Tailor  i.adysmith ^ W        B.C.  Cor\ 5th. Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Meals 35c. and Upward  LADYSMITH BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    Cakes Made   to   Order  FRl.'iTS    AND    CANDIES  OF  ALL  KINDS.    FRESH    BREAD   EVERY   DAY  Prices    arc     Very  Re-asonahle.      All  Customers are Treated ' Alike-  HOP tEE * CO.  ON THE  ESPLANADE;  Pianos and  Organs ..  Ladysmith, B.C  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  Noue bu   Union Labor   Employ������d  fl. J. BOOTflUProp  Dr. Dier can he found at any t.W  at his office; on Oatacre st. His dental work is gi arantcod to be first-  class and rates reasonable st *KKSW*jy -y^Ati. .w  THE DAILY   LEDGER  / 1  DEBATE IN HOUSE  ON KAIEN ISLAND DEAL  Mr.  .point  rion  J. A. Macdonakl rose to a  of privilege, he diew at ten  to the printed notes and peo  ceedmg*s ol vestenlay in leportiin*,  the leteption ol tho Kaien Islam  committees jepoil made no men  tion 01 the fact that he had mov  ed an amendment and his, amend  lnanthad had not l<een iiifed out  of order it should have been , in  eluded       m  tlie   lecord  Mr Speaker was  about   to   put  th  motion      when      Hon  ^ It        McBridi  rose and obtected on the ground tha1  this was    only   another Attempt      to  get  his   nmcnuinent     on   the   icioi'1  ol   the irouse       Jt   totalled  the pur-  ciple  of    admitting      a  minotilj   n  port  Mr. Macdonalcl suid that this vvu  not Ihe ipiestion be I ore the Hon,  and   thc   pieinier  liud   evaded ih.  real issue which nt I lie piesent mu  inent was whether he could, cv  a point oi in iv nege, make a ' nio  tion to suspend the ordeis in orde  to eonsnU'j' the <picstion oi accm  acy ol Lhe ic-coids ol the Jlouse  Mr liowser deelarud that thc tinlv  objoit was lo get tbe initio! it> ic  port printed " on the votes am  pi oceedings  Mr Olivui .said it was simply ������  question       ol   a   < direct record o  yt>&lc'!cla.v 's pioceeelingi. .Mr Olive  read iiom. the pievious votes am.  proceeding*) oJ" the House and cited out oi older w-eic never! holers  printed Some of these weie on  the niling-oi 'Mr Speaker J'ooley  at previous sessions ol pai Lament  He contended that no distinction  kad been made in the past between  amendments ruled out of order and  IhobG in order at the time ot  their  actual  introduction  Dm ing' the whole, sessions not one  instance had occurred where /. an  amendment . whether in .order . or  not had been .'excluded* from the  journals ol the House and in soma  instances the orders had been suspended to allow of rc-instatcmeiit  Hon Mr. Fulton said all this  was simply an attempt to evade the   rules of   the House  Mr Macdonald said the only possible roncl'ision of the line ot  argument adopted hy the govern  ment was   to    expuni^e     fiom the re  Tin  motion  to   be  out. of  order  .vas   voted clown.  Mr.. J;   A.  Macdonald     rose to  Anoilier point   ot   privilege       tin  -any :, pi'-utei        had   retusisii to  print   notice   of      mot ion'which   haei  iji������A*ii  handed'in     beioie   six  o clock  \n     Oliver  replied that      vcsu-rtUij  .he   Jlouse  sat  until    (> 10  and     th.  notice      in question  was     handed U  he  clerk,      beioie     he  leit   hi s clcia.  ancl   beiore   the  king's   pr inter        lim  laivcn away     lhe other     notices     c,  ��������� lotion      which      were   printed      Th  t'ljp'fc pi inter     tolel  him    with c  .���������nicer that a notice of Jus ovvi  ould not be printed because 1  .������'as out of order-. He a nie-mbor  il the house was placed in th  liiiiiiliatiug position of being lob  )> a paid servant ol tbe iiow  hat  his   motion wjs   out   ol      oi  lei, ihns usui ping the tune I ton o  the   speaker  Hon    Mr.   MeHride   strongly i"  lented the unvvarianted attack o.  the king's punter, who bail hei,  ms honorable position ior i >*  .core yeais and had just iceenei  .-������ decoiatiou trom the inipei u  ���������j;o . ernment ., for eminent, ������������������" seryh  Jb Jt tniis.1 be a ilt'spciate ui--  lhit   lequued  sueh     an    attack  Mr Macdonald said it nuiM >  .1 d<'spern!o case that ti'qtiitcd the m������  uiniHoat to cyade the simpl  point at is^ue by turning d-nl  to a per sonal question Thc f.n ,  was,      and   he  knew'   it,   that tin  King's jii-inter acted on the iii-.in.i-  tions of a niemb-er of the povjin-  ment  Mr Speaker Poolov mW that  tho .notices of motion iii*ile',r Cm  aideration contravened tlie resolutions      k n his hands   for  ciee.ision.  "���������Ir    Macdonald      said   hemn-.t   (���������'���������(>-  test     against   the  ruling      of ihe  speaker  Mr Oliver asked tor anv .'iii-  thoiity foi the clerk oi the Jloii-o  to' decide whether or not a not acts in order, ,< and ho would, ec<>  furthei ancl say that he had \ "'���������' to  leirn that the speaker even ha 1 "���������u-  thoritv ��������� to decide such a question  before the motion ca*ue beuve the  House *  Mr    Macdonald   sumrested   lesn'it-  fullv   that   the  woid������  ' irnr'" opei-  and  h  withdraw  ,ol-  c''ll-  ltf-s,  a*i 1 .V unchanged  duct in putting thc no *e ci notion on thc papci, I ' wiihfJiwaii  or at any rate modified as bem j,  not iu accord with ���������bo pracii-p  iii"   the    House,  AJr Speaki r J'oolej���������Il 1 have u->  ed a.n,v e\pie->sion vvhi j1 tli  member thinns unfair  it  The incident (hen teimtiu d  Mi Speakei Pooley V ���������'������ l!v>  lowing inluig on a i/iopj.'d <���������* '���������- |  en.lmeiit to the resolu. .on 'i ved  jy Mi       J    A   Macdou.iiJ  Ou th,* .-list of .Jan if v. .������. 0C,  a eommittee consisting m five i-*'*"n  bm-,,  namely   Messis Uard-'i  Young,     -1   A   MaodoiiaUl  ro,  suhsequently  on rnot ion  t&  Patteison,   weie  appoint' 1  1 <���������   '"-  ,miu      into     a"   matters   pertain.n-r  to  Ihe acquisition   oi    attempted    ai-  ���������ui-it.on bv the CJiand Trunk Pac-  ila.    Kailwa*,    Company,   oi  ���������th. r  pei son   oi   persons  mpcralc,  ol ciown  lands in the vie  mils       oi     Tuck's   inlet,   Kaien  ���������and   oi   otbei   Islands,     and on  nanila;id  in  the  vn mil v  Jsland,    will)    power   to  M'lii-.-.Cs,   call   ioi    jiap-rs,  iments.    let I <ms,       telegiams   and n  unit,,   .md   to   lake   evidence  lath    and   to   piocure   Ihe  I       said     evidence     fi oni  iav.     and   icpoit   said  evidence  from  mi-   lo    time   to   the   House  togeth  i   with   then   findings     on* the same  On   Wednesday,   the  Tth   day ol  I.inh,  the  chauman  of the commit  ���������������i������ lepoited   the e vidence  n.lings   oi   the  committee  o   Ihe   House  Mi     tiaiden,     after   reading  h>   icport,   moved   "That   the  p( r*   be ie<ei\cd  by    any  or     bodies  the i  Is  the  ol"    Kaien  summon  doc-  d re-  iindcr  printing  dav     t o  and the  thereon  of  re  /cords    eveiything   subsequently found irregular." as. applied    i>    rt**   nii-  Ine minoutv icport of the Kaien  Is,and investigating committee which  the government telusod to admit  at   vesterday's     sittings       of the  House,  even     as   an    appendix to  the ���������while-wash"' report oi three  government   memoirs    is   an able  lisunio ol evidence as sulmutli'd  ami the lanness oi the findm--.-,  will be conceeded bv all who havo  billowed the proce'->di������gs- The ic-  poii m full will be published latei  but   tbe  findings  aie heievvith given  1 That the piovinci.U aeserve,'dated 112th October 3 891, did not e>x  lent' to Ka.cn Island and was not  intended     to    do    so,  2 That the applications under the  land laws of the prov ince under tlie  South   African  Win   Giant   \.ct     and  DON'T T  THE SETTING HEN-r-Her failures  have discouraged many a poultry jttiser.  You can  make money  raising chicks iu the right     Money Maker.  way���������lots of it.  The Giatham Incubator and  Brooder has created a New Era  in Poultry Raising.  Tlie setting Hen as a Hatcher  has been proven a Commercial  Failure.  The Chatham Incnbator and  Brooder has always  proved  a  No one doubts that, tho-o is nwncy in raising   A   Is,*},*    Ploavin'* nnd Prnfii  itnekena with a -piod Incubatoi unci llioodei-.      ���������**��������������� **������Bnt������ * leaifln, ana I rOIll  Usere of tho Chatham Incubator and Uio'jtlor, able JDUSlliCSS EOL*  UOllien  have nil made money.   If you s.iil cliny to lhc  ���������Id idou, that yon can successfully run a poultry  ���������usinesH usiiiK tho hen as n hutchcr, wo vvuiild   P0  like toiensoii with jou. J"0  In the lust place, wc can piovc to ji,.i that   b.itor.  your KCtu.il cash lobs in esf.'-,. w lai h Uiu ill iie-ui      Anvv ni>ian with p. l.lt'.c lci������uic LninS  ���������hould 1. > n ..  hatching  lor a  er six  No. 1- EO Eggi  No. 2���������120 Eggi  No. 3���������240 Eggs  HIE CIL117/AM I SCUBA TOK-Bi  suus\i h"S eiiiouuinitt many to make  moie monevll.unlheyevo thought  possible out of chicks.  Mary women a.c to-dav iiuiLuiK an   aide- P-..-^  F-������-m������i������  ShoillH  jiidont living oiui imuaig b/ inoacy cicy 2-"veiy rainier JUUUIU  lonth r.tising poultiy v.il'i a CJiallnua lni.ii SlaiSC   Potl'trv  itor. "    *  ictu.il cash robs in esfti-,. ���������ii.iiuwu.mu.,.,      Anv v m>ian with a l.lt'.c Ici-uic Uiu.' ,.l,,        yni"-l evci;  t.miiPi * l.oep** hen-i.'  1 lay   d.miiff tho   limo >ou keep  thbui   dispo-,ul tan, without any pit-'V io.i^ <>\pe   cue' ' ' !> '" , t'i it thuiei-.ace't.uni.unoui       .  inland bioodmg, vv ll Ik* caougn Mpiv   oi uithiinl a ecnt of cii-,'1   bi^-.i, Ll u ]i n. u.. ���������"      ominess uvrn when letting a laKo ca  Chatham Jncubatoi- nnd J.ioodur m i.vo   liujino-.-, diul ni.ikc raoiu-y r .���������,..., ^.o,.i lln uiil <>' ^ ������������������"   -cw Ii.hmci-, nio aw aie or how mu  hatchet,, to bay nothuij. wh.acM-! ol the      iv.i,,,,   .���������,,, i���������.,,. ,L ,,���������.. ,i ,, <���������, ,   ,].,,,    ,, tl.i ,  i.e lo,nig even vu u by not petting In  1 >     n . ... .      I etnip-you liiiM-u iiici ii w.u) ��������� ^<ni . ^ ,)^ itiu,)o:!i  j n   ,in(.-,a m buch u way us lo uua  If you KoopW) hen', f.o'n '.ij msr  for 8 wcoI;h, how much co.mIi do    ���������  you lii-,u if c.uh litn would !i.i������o  liud 3 ilo/un eg-'-,, and oggh fuo  worth li cents por dozen*     A ns.���������CD.Cfl.  Thoroforo. when the Chiithain InciiliAtoi- is  e'tl'or comes in.  If ion ,ue m cviu ���������>���������-, wc ������ !1 >���������-1 \ni ip ���������'!  the ponlliy li !>>.ii( -. willi'i"! in << ' i'li  down. If ne were nothii-o. H'"t.l' " 'Vviiun  lnculHitor unci Urotidi!,- i-< !! :; I -��������� ���������'.' ������������������'��������� ''���������������������������I  with it. and a-roaDOualilu nin  lllClOroiC.   WI1CU   LUC   1  nilllllllll    ���������.in mi i. "'    ,  hatching tho nuintii>i of oug-itli.it l\v������ nlv licni jour nait you aie s    ���������   tn "  would hati h. it is really cm iiin���������'i'iei-h Ioi to" wnu.d not niiiki l,u s .. i i. oi , i K  iu  $!I.IXI, boslilus producing for your piollt uhiui.s IM , Ml   , ��������� ,    . -  by lhe vvholCfiiilc,  and being ready totilo  the' J  miiinj tiling over again the moment each hatch  iuoir.  Won't you think, therefore. Hint il, paya lo  koop tho hens laying nnd let tho Chatham  IiiciibMor do the nitU'lilngi  Thero nro many olhei' masons why tiio  Chatham Jneubalor and l>rooder ciutclf.s.sc.j  tho Hotting hen.  Tho hen sots when sho is ready. Thc Chat  ham Incubator is ulways icaiy. Hy -planning  to take oil*a hatch at tho r,gl,l lime, yon may  have plenty of hi oilers to sell when bi- lilers  are scarce and prices at too top notch. If you  depend on tho linn, your chicles will grow to  broilers jltst when every other Iiom'h chicks arc  being marketed, and when the prico is not so  ���������tirr.  Tho hen is a careless mother, often loading her  chicks amongst, wet,grass, hushes, mid in places  where rats can coi> iscalo her young.  Tho Chatham Ilrooder behaves itself, is a  perfect mother aud very rarely loses a chick,  aad is not infested with lice. : ,  Altogether, there is absolutely'no reasonable  reason for continuing the use nf jii.-licn ft!* '<���������  hatcher anil every rea.-on why yon should  have a Chatham Incubator and Ilrooder.  AVe aro making a very special offer, which  it will pay j-on to investigate.  Small Premises Sufficient  For Poultry Raising.  Of courso, if yon have lots of room, so nnn h  WE WILL-SKIP NOW  TO YOUR STATION  FREIGHT   PREPAIO  rjri  A  INCUBATOR  You Pay us no Cash  .Till'After 1906 Harvest  e-ii to ������������������ lew   n i in- Iioa-J di1co%eici   tnai  J.c.i i-.moiu.>. ilithiMioultrj bu=ine--yiiidlia>-������  I.nui 1 Hi,-, in inch ol l.iii.nng so piol tab to thill  i>   '��������� i\c insflid -cei.il > h.illialii liicuba  ' n-,.' ulUiooilc.-. attu HM'ig the th-t.  I'eiiiio-. Miu tmiiV. tint it ici.inu*. *Hflt������;1  e lo   i   noo- n .,1..it deil of tcihraal know  Ut     in m- , ha '.ci - w Uli a L hatha! u ^i i  n  ��������� i.doi- a.i.l I'ioo lei.    If mi. >,"," u"' KU';\,?,.,|"n,  ..ikon.    Vour wife or dntmh or can i tlei.c   to  ...ein.ic iiiiml look af.ler tho chicke t. with  i-.iL.inleriering with their regular hoiibCholo  'u'm'iiiai-'.a-t. is always good and prices are  ���������ic-ver low. Tlie (lemiind is always u excess of  ;ho siipiiiv and ut certain times ot the join >ou  in iir.-.'lii'ally :co; any price you care toa������U lo  /oi-1 oroilovs.    U-itliaClialhani IneubjiLor.aiu  i, enter v.ai c:i!i start hatcning at tho rigid  .,:me lo '-ring the chickens to riuirko ab c  uroilcrs -.vlicn the supply is.very low and the  prices accordingly high. Tins you could nc ei  ,lo with hens as hatchers.  ^.-;.4,>t.4,.;>4������<.^|.J*-.;.4,.|. 4 .^4.^..;.^.^.^ ^'i-."irf^r-  4  ! ^  li  A.  f  ���������  *  I  rewio������ Co-  NANAHVIO    3. C.  f  flanufacturers of the  FST   BEER  In   British Columbia 1  t     Lager   Beer   and Porter      Guaranteed   tlrew    ������  ' t    ed from  the Best Canadian  Malt   Run   Hops   |  Your  Refunded  ���������by tho dealer  from \v h o in  you lm.v Sunlight biaji if  you fiml any  can no lor  con pi unt.  Sunlight Soap is better  than other soaps, but is  best when used in tbe  Sunli^bt way.  $5,000  reward will  be pud to any  person who  proves Mint  SunliKhtSoitp  contains any  inju r i o u ������  clituiifulb or  any form of  adulteration.  k> 4-,-v ^/y.'  Equally good with hard or soft water.  Lever Brothers Limited, Toronto  ������5������  under tlu: Mineral Act wore not  cons-idoieil l>^ the goMimncnL on  their merits but the same were-  rejected uniier lhe siiLtenuge 01 ap-  Vh mg- ilie ic<>ei\e oi 1891 to said  lauds loniiuiy to the puiiioiL and  intention of the order-iii-council crea.  tiny   the  came  d Thai the g.j\ eminent did not  cli'd.1 diiicLl^ with the Uiarid Ti unk  iJaeilrc Itailuay Conipai'i, but on  the contiaiy with a band 01 ad-  \cntiuii    (male  oi   l'lunalo-) \\h(i  axjpli'ed, for   ihe  said      lands1 for  puiely speculative pin poses, to the  Knowledge 61 lhc go\ei luncnt Thai  the government, had no communications cither verbal or written  with an} rcpiesentativo of the G  T. 1'. pi ior to the passing ol thc  oi'dei-iii-coiincil ol JVIai, 190.5, and  that thc^telegiam ot the 2'Jth ol  April was a mere move in the  game to enable the, speculators to  contend that they would cany out  their original intention of ��������� procuring the estaljlishment ol lhc  Grand Trunk'���������Pacific, terminus on  these lanus, and to give the gov  ernment a pretense, a very spacious one/at that, .that they had  heard in an indirect way, if not  a 'direct vvaj, from the Grand-Trunk  Pacific  Uompanj-  4. That by the pfder-in-couneil of  May, 1904, the government placed  in the hands of , Messrs Anderson  and I.araon one of the moat valuable public assets in the province  for -barter with the Grand Trunk  Pacific to pay himself and Larson  ������<10,000      for  the- concession :   which  they  had  obtaine'd     from   the     gov  ernment  by  said     order-in   council  5. That no satsifactory ) evidence was ol'i'ered beiore ^*our committee showing the ultimate lati>  of this     i^W 000 ngieeinent *  li. We find t.hnt Ih.t gsovernmi.'nt hud  no-]')ovvnr to innkp this grant either  to  Messrs   Anderson   and  CLAM RAIDERS  CONTINUE WORK  The American cluni raiders continue  to      carry       on   their    ojierat  ions with a remarkable freedom. Au  Ainerican steamer was recently at  liayiii-s Sound and took auay a  shipload. The, promoters of': the  enifci-pnse niatle a co^ntiact wiih  lhe Indians to deliver the tlama  at-'/so.'.much a - pail, al������il during  all : the nights the boat.-, was in  waiting the SDcnnian spit vv-a-, clot  ti*u with the lights earned by thc  Indian cugget*; <  The fact   has   come  out     that    the  beds  on   the  American     side        n.ii'  exhausted,     and      at   the   ra-te   they  are   going   on   the     Vmi'iunns        will  soon  have   the  Canadian     beds       in  lowed so   do so  the name   condition-,  The steamer came in. loaded and  dopailed without a bill oi health  or invoice, and evidently intends  keeping  up the   trick    as long    as al  Dominion Fishery inspector Tayloi  has sent the facts to Ottawa and  ii   awaiting   inst Mictions Minister  of   Mai me  ami   "Pishoi ios Templcinan  will,   no   doubt,      now   that,  the     election   is   over,      ff'V(1   "''s        matter  immediate attention,  AFFI.TCTED WITH  RHEUMATISM  "I was and am yet afllcted with  rlieuiiintis-ni," says Mr. -J. 0. liayne,  editor of the Herald, Addington, .Indian 'rerri'tory, "but thanls to Cham  hcrlniii's Pain Balm am able once  more to attend to business. It is the  best of linaincnts." If t.rotiiileJ  with ilieiiinjitisiii frivc Pain IJahn a  trial and voir arc certain to he niece  llia.il. i'lrasi'i.1 willi the prompt relief  .which it ah in ds On..' application it-  l.aisi-n ' iicvc*. the   pain       lot   sale b\   Ladv-  oi' to the Grand Trunk Pacific with  out the assent of ���������the legislature.  and' that the ministers- wrongly  advised IIis Honor, the Lieutenant governor and obtained the  order-in-coum-n contrary; both to  the spit it ,iii(l to the lelti'i of the  law  7. That the government look no  steps vvhatsoevoi to ascertain vvhc  ttio.r or not the grant in ciurs-  tion wns in tho public. interest  That the ministers had no knowledge upon which to proceed ir  deciding the question, and beyond  making one or two modifications in  JUr. .Ilodwell's original proposal  weie  iitteilv   lecl.less     with tlu  i ighls   oi   t he   pi ov mi e  S. That the provision to divide  th*> foreshore into blocks ol not  loss than .1,000 feet was a. ' most  unwise one and enables the Grand  Trunk Pacific to divide the foreshore inld large blocks, and after  the  government   had   selected its  block or blocks to place ite terminal   nnd   wharves   in   such   n.    pos-  s mi tli Pharmacy  .;,Se^v,^ ' ���������"<���������������.    as  to render almost   valueless  J  Ceiillomoii,���������Yonr'No. 1  Incubafor  i.������lulj  the bolter,'but ninny u man ami woiiw nine   riKl,t.    i  mu perfeetly Biitisllea Willi it.    vv m   ,,,.,,,1^ wj  carrylniroiiiisui-eossfulaiid lU'Olilnble poultry   got a larger ono Iroin you next >eiu.    H. Ai.   ;   business in a small cily or town lot.    Anyone   tiocKWOoi), l-iuilsuy, Unt.   .  lirlil. All you biivo to ilo is lo jjet a Cliialmm  liieiibulur and Jlrouilcr and start it. Hut perhaps you uiu not jirepareil ju.sl now to spend  liii; money.   This is why ->ve mako the special  IS THIS FAIR ?  We lcnovv there is money in raisinf? chickens  M'o know ihe Chatham Incubator and  Brooder bus no equal.  Wo know that wil.li any reasonable effort on  your p.irt, you cannot but mako money out ol  fhr, Chatham Incubator and Brooder,  Wo know that we made a similar offer last  year and Ihat in every case the payments were  met elieei'fiillyaud promptly.und that in many  i.'iisus money wns nccumpanied by letters ex  pi-osslii'r satisfaction.  Therefore, wo have un hesitation iu making  this proposition to every honest, earnest man  ur woman who may wish to add to thcir yearly  ith a small expenditure of tbue and  money.  This really means that wc will set you up In  "������������������'   -on  can make  that' portion   of   the   foreshore       belonging  to   the  government.  9. That the reason of tho secrecy  I maintained by the government nnd  Messrs Lai-sen and Anderson, Unsaid Larscn and Anderson and their  immediate associates were enabled  to otomii) other lands. including  North ancf South 1-orpoise Islands  and   in   other   lands   configious to  Kaien Island, located by him under  South African war script. And also about  coal lands  coast.  All of which is respectfully submitted by the minority gf your sol  ect commit tee.  five   square     miles        of  some distance down the  The MANSION  well, "Man.  strlbuting- 'warehouses at Calgary, Brandon, Kegina, Winnipeg, New Westminster, B.C., Montreal  u.-, <.u -.,.������ m, u.\I1,, and DimtuiT, Mich. ������1'-  CAMPBELL CO., Limited, Dept. No. 15 A CHATHAM, CANADA ;  while to in vestijjuto,  Wo can supply you quickly from iiurdl _ ��������� ���������- ���������  -  Halifax, Chathaui.    '���������'aetoi'ius at Chatham, unt., and Dj������tkoit, Mich.  Let*lis quote you prices on a good Fanning Mill or good Farm Scale.     l'  Toe  01 es.  a   Chilean  from  Che-  maimi  ���������-/.  uied       gul it  y  to  the  rhargi  :'    Of   1  ���������oniinon   nssi  iiult.  before  .fudge  1 TTn r i  ���������isoti  yesteri  lay  an  d  vens  fined  S10 a  nd  costs.  W.  SII-RU  GEIHEK/Ui LXPRISS AND  DELTVEKY  WORK   TROMPTLY  P'     ���������    '  Leave orders at the Abhotsford,  J. PIERCY & GO.  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD    BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC.  WHOLESALE DRY GOODS  VICTORIA, B. C  NOTICE  From      this  date  the  undersigned  will  not   be  responsible  foi   any  in  debtedn&ss      incurred  except on      *  written orfrer signed by tlie secretarv  Rowland  Machin.  V.  I.  EXPLORATION &  DEVE1  OPME.NT CO.,  LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria. B.  (J..  M������s   IRth. 19011.  HAY, GRAIN and  f ARM PROMJUf  Orders will be delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the lo v-  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie'i, oa t*������  Eeplamdt.  James Warnock  LAC-.'SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,     OKCAN'S    AND HOUSEHOLD     k UKN1TURI   MOV- i  ED PROMPTLY  A   ND   SAFELY.                J  '���������**"���������   ���������  Stables iu the rear of tbe L^ii ysmith  hotel.      Leave orders at   th������ \  Vbhots ford *  A. J. W^SKET, PROP J  t  4      '  ft  miners' Drilling lachines,  9       . < ���������   .    ������������������ 'a (  Vlade to order and Repaired at short notice    Drill sliarpened by     us     al-  v*ys gives  satisfaction.  Picks  band! ed and repaired.  ShipsiTiithing    in    aJ1     its   Branches  Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT  i dialler Street   -  -   Ladysmith, H v  ������      LIVERY, BOARDING AND        ;  SALES STABLES |  EXPRESS  WORK   A   SPECIALTY  DAVID JOHNSON  I PHONE 66  LADY * VIST      ���������  it  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and dark for 5 iii  r  .SEE J.   KEMP.  OR LEAVE    ORDERS WITH  - W. CARTER,-  FIRST  AVENUE  PHONE      6-0  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on  Roberts   Street and  pay Water     P*ates,  between the T Oth     and  tbe 25th of each month.  Office Foxs I P. M. 4.30  l J BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  Public  Notice  Attention is called to the   fact that thc  j Ogilvie Flour Hills  Co,   Limited  ������   makers  of  ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR,     hafe Ior some t.imn  past been producing flour in a   fastly  improved  and ptrfn  '   fornj  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control  of, all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity oi a dvising  the  public  that  any  orized users of the electrioal   (lour purifying processes  will -.e pro-  iccuted.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company limited  are the    only    millers ia Canada  whase  Flouip  is purified by the Electric Process  DAY SCHOOL- Ladysmith Temple No. 5  Rathhone  Usual  subjects   taught;   also      Ian-   Sisters meets at the Oddfellows' hall  ?uage������    drawing   in   pencil   and cray- j 2nd   and   4th   Tuesday  at   7,30   p.m.  ons, paint ng in oils and water col  ors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given  in classes or individually.  MISS  BERTRAM.  IjidvKTi-iith.  B   (.'  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All  *work guaranteed, aud at reafii  abta  rat,p������.  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE  Gatacre St. LadysmitJ  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  Mrs.   Kate Tate secretary.  UNITED   ANCIENT      ORDER   OF  DRUIDS  Wellington Grove  No.  4 U.   A.  0.  D  Meets in. the I' 0. 0 .F. 'Hall, La-  ilysmith, tho Second and Fourth  Wednesdays of each month, commencing Wednesday,  13th,,  1905.  Visiting Druids arc invited to attend. ! || , -j  By Order.  WM. RAFTER, Reef Secty.  VATRICK BURK. N. A. THK    DAILV
Local Items
)   Mr.   ami   Mrs
lo  Nanaimo al
Smoke Big B. Cigars
Childrens' fstraw   hats���latest    de-
sia-ns at Simon Leiser & Co.,  Ltd.
Smoke Little B. Cigars.
If there  is anything   you    want in
the Drug or patent medicine line you
will   find   it at    the Ladysmith  Dmg
The millinery   season has commended a��d yon viire iii'Wletl to inspect the
latest    noM-'lties in Hats and >.eck-
wear at Simon Leiser & Co.'s Ltd.
jMavor Plan! a, of Nanaimo, was
in this city lou business this   morning
Jude-e Harrison passed through La
dysmiUi  on   lhc sout'h-bo'Uid  train.
Mrs. Boyle nnd Miss Boyle iet"rn-
cd last e\cning from lheir \ isil to
Aslicroft They came (>vci fr.nn \ an-
couver ion the S S.  .Joan.
Mr. Walter llaney, or Croilou,
who has been visiting this city, relumed  home  this  morning-
Constable Jlalhctl of Chcm-unus  returned      home     from   Nanaimo   ilns
morning.    !Mr.  llalhed   had  been      m
attendance af.thcjnilian assault case
"Mr    .Joseph  Hunter,   who went    up
to   Nanaimo  on   business  yesteiday
passed  thro-ifih  this mo. mag  on his
, return trip  to*> Victoria.
Mrs. V.  WalKciin.now  Lhc picsi    of
Mrs    R. -J-  Bowen, returns to Nanaimo   tomorrow,  and   will   leave  that
��� dace in a few days  Tor  her home in
Tt is reported here that Mr. RoU.
Allan of Crofton' has l)C>n aW>�� ��1e(l
to the position at Croflou vacated this week by Mr. Win Kiddie
Mr.  Kiddie was head sampler.
The members of the city hand are
preparing for their St. Pal rick's con
cert. The ali'air promises to i>e a
jrreat success.
G.   I'ickord   went  up
noon  today.
Miss  DoLcson of   Nanaimo is  in ihe
cilv   lodnv.
As reported hriclly in ihcse column's yesterday tin* Ladysmith Hotel bar has been pin chased by Messrs
A. Smith and R. Scott. Both sen-
llemcn arc: well known in thc city,the
found* having conducted a prosperous
candy and tobacco business on First
Awmie for some time. Mr. Smith
will still continue his iiusiness at thc
Sunlight Soap is hotter than other soap*
but ia best -when used in the Sunlight way.
Buy Gunliglit Soap and follow directions.
Boarders Wanted
lltlAKI)      AND     LOTKHNtl
Beui',   under   lutle   expense,   Boarde* s
scenic (lie  Beneiii.
$21 Per Month
. .   0.   RO^SI,
Bullcr   Street.
Is Again Open
 opposite Fire TIa.II.
Nanaimo, B. C.
A fine i\
Mr. D. White, who has, sold thc La
dvsmith hotel bar, intends leaving in
a'short. time foi Tanana. Mrs. White
will remain in the city with friends
for some time.
Mrs.  Porter, 0f Cobble Hill,    who
'has been visiting her son and  daughter-in-law,  3Mr. and Mrs.  Harry Porter  of this  city,   retuincd home  this
Another Hundred Dozen
of this Celebrated Mako ���
of towell-They have one
pecoliar Feature, no
matter how much we buy
of them, they Dont Last
Long-That-Speaks for
itself���Anyone who hasn't
made their aquaintance
siioulddo so at once-
lheyae, without doubt
the Largest 25c. Towel
sold in Canada -T Y A
KNIGHT'S M* s"'!
ft M
Ihis       yeai   on   lhc   r.iir   (racks   will
doubtless he ii'fn next year on       i In*
tracts  of  the  Grand   C'liuiii   line*
John If. Faircli soiet.ny nL 1'm<>
Nalioi-al Hoard of Professional Uace-
ball Leagues, which niel in New
York hist week, e.a'-c out some "in-
(eresting liifcuiiaticn show nm, thj
hold hiise-ball has taken on the puh-
lic from Maine to ('iilifouii,i Fai-
rell's  ficcuic*  show theie now :-J2
minor lcigufs under prole : thi-
National   Association     Thi.^e'li   j,i.ics
have a tolal of 213club.s,   <n    c ii]il()y
more  than  1,200  nx-n,  am'  >;<-nd  upward  of  t,(i00,(0r)  moiiiiilj   lot   salaries,   travelling   exjenses  and       other   ���
necessary  outlays, sucli  as   icnl   f   of
���*-ar!-s  and  .iccoutiements     IncluthiiE;   '���
the  National   and   Amoiican   1 tallies   '
and  the two   Independent,   oi   so-call.-
ed out-law leajrues, it lias been filmed that   1.2,577,000 is jia.nl out in salaries      to, thc   profossioiidl   basuTI'ill
players  of Ihe country.    If 1- filmed
that  $1,500,00(1  is  paid   111  olhei   sialics and  in  expenses of niaiiilnitiini>,
the ground  of  lhe dims,  alioiil   $MD
000 in railioad fares, ahoul    Usia.'iOn
in training expenses  and po.ssii/'e -I'")(1(1 ;
000   iu   addiliunl   cvpwisi -> This
means  thai  approvimalely   2.1,0(0,000
paid'admissions must   he receiml before A he  club owners can  bieau c\i>n
in  their  in\ est meats.
*   *   *
"lin;      Chirlj'      HmdiT  is  leaching
I):;-" ���n^'j'i "("'ileiu'-'-pitrliers���ulial  ' "lie
IjlllUS   ,i',Oi t    'illl'ltlllU,   .'i-injui ci.'',
Sin e       Mm 1   it
Pll'diei \llll'S     lo
mam-   h.iD      pi.'"- ����� is   Ihro',u;hoii1   the
countiy   ha1 c   slopped   alley   work.
*!c(ii.i\\    jid, ised
;r.e   up   bowling
.Mike  I'ro/i.s  of  '. lnca��o,  an<l   Herman      Mai love,   of Massilj\on,   Ohio,
pitclurs,      ha\e  hi en signed  hy    Cap-
lam   ,'immv  It> tin  01   the  Wwuisville
Central   League  team.
f   ��   *
Th > hi^gesl surpns" of the winter
sc-.i&oii :n (he Cenlial league was
liie lindf In v.hicli South .Bend gave
Pitcher KiThifer to Wheeling in ex-
(���h.i.ii'i'c foi Piichcrs Cannon and
Keuiii'dy. 'lhe Litter is thc old Na-
lion.i!  Lv��ai;iie Iv.irh'i".
*       r      4.
Ividie Rooti, ilie New Ynr!< Speed
nerchant, cannot nde at the Salt
Lal>e tiacl* this siMnmei, says the
l-iiiNe Riders. IIa\ing learned from a
fiiend of Iloo*. Unit he had oilered
leims to co'iie lo Salt Lalie to ride
I his  st'iV-'oii,  action  was   talcen   al    a
! incetiiig  <>f   the   Killer's   Union,      and
, llool  wns barred.
��I -*"--' -''yAyB
Walters &
John Tha  - ������������	
J. B.Dyei*	
J.   Gogo ���'-	
Union Brewery ;	
J.   Tapt'lla      ��� '���������������
W. E. -Morrison ...... ��������� ���������������������
Simon Leiser'& Co., Ltd	
Blair &  Adam	
Ladysmith Ledger 	
J. Bickle	
Russell   Si mi-son <...'.	
Canadian Bank of  Commerce
W.   A.  Cornwall  .............:	
.  50.00
.  25.00
. 15.00
. 10.00
. 10.00
.   5.00
... -5.00
Messrs.  Alex. Smith of the     Mint,
and jMr. R.  Scott,  well  known locally, have purchased the  bar of the Ladysmith     hotel.   They   will  assume
control forthwith.
..   '��� _ _ o ���.
One hundred  dollars'($100.00)  will
be  given   to any   person   or  person-*
who   will  give sullicicnfc  information
to   lead   to   the con. iction  of  the'rr
son   who   killed .two  cows   owned   In
'the    undersigned,   on   Galiano   Island
on   th-:-  22nd  of' l-'ei>ru;iry.      'ihe    animals   were  killed   two  hundred   (200)
yards    cast   of   Porlier   Pass   Lighthouse.    The   heads   and   hides        wen
found   buried  in   the sand.
Smoke Lit lie P..  Cigars.
The following I'lippiii"- from Tluirs
Ju.\ nitjht's l'ro\ inco will he m-
LCi.'jLingj to Ladysmith spoils. The
.'ro'.iiice i��uis:
' .S.nclaii'      Swanson,   tho liusU.1.
.^iijiiiiu yiaj>i>li'i-, ami M. -Mats-u-
.la, iho sturdy Japanese wre&lK'i
oi this cil\, are lo meet again on
.<h' jiaileled mat iu a eleuisiNu sirua-
Articles   of ajit'cemcnt were -si^ncii
..I'Merday   ior  aiiuiher   ui.uch bo-
���.u-eii ihcse two well known c.\-
.loni'iiU of Iho wrestler's art. The
u.itch is to take p-laco in Vuncoii-
c- Opera House, tho date sclctt-
���d bciiif, luesday, March lit. This
n..-.i.li   ih   to   be   lor   the*      s>uni ol
,���",uO    -a    side  aiid-   receipts      which
lCooi-'diiiB "to   the  articles    01" the
iS-:-cenient, are to he d-iricied on a
lasis of TT) per cent, to the win-
ior and l>o iier cont. to thc los,.u'.
When thc two wrestlers met for
li ���   (irst   -time  on   March     1, l-h-J
ity'     Hall Was  not   lartfc     cnoiisj-n
o  accomodate  all   the   wrestling  enthusiasts   from  this   city      and       Xa-
nalsiio   who   wished to   sec   the'mutch
J'hu   mu'lch    was   won' by       Hiransuii
on     two   rolling' ,  falls,     In   deciding
wliich   two   of   the   three!   judges   and
.1   large     nuinber   of  spectators    dis-
aj.;:ced   with   referee   -lack   Stewart.,
sl'einpjers of tlie   local JapaiM'SU ccil-
ony   say  that   the   last   match       was
m rely   a   venture   on   their   part      to
tr.v   out   their   mini.     Hut.   now     they
ha ,'e seen  him   in   action   with     such
an   experienced   man   as   Swanson,    is
.known      to      be,   they   are   satisfied
wiih   AUu.suda'.s   work,   and   are  ��� prepared   to   back   him   io   the limit
II    is   said   that,   a   local        .Japanese
s.i mlicate   of   sporting-   men      has over  Sj.1.0011   to  place  011   Matsuda. when
the   men   meet    again.
'The   riwansons,      Ivoth      Sinclair
ami   his   big   brother   Mob.      are   confident,    thill     the   honors    will     go     to
without saying that. the
will cole great interest,
and an attendance that will test
the capacity of the Opera House. Ar
rangoments similiar to those made
on the occasion of the last match
will probably Hi* made with the
steamer .Joan to have that vessel
make a special trip in the evening to bring over a steamer-load
of wrestling-enthiisjn.sts from Nunn-
imo to see the match and return
immediately  after.
"It is prpbtaule that ir order
lo prevent any possibility of a dispute about the genuineness of a
fall, such as existed on the occasion of tho las-t match, that flying-
tiiiil    I'olliiiy   falls   rt ill   be barred
in the coming match and pin falls,
insisted on. This will be a wise
provision,- as flying and rolling-
falls, besides not being it fair test
of respectiv�� science and ability
always leave an opening for a
difference of opinion between contestants, referee and spc'c.talor*.
*   *    *
Cambridge,  Mass.,  March   10.��� It
is believed that the Harvard authorities  have  decide*!!   to  allow  footfotill,
to have  one year's trial  under     the
new rules that have been adopted-by
the     American  intercollegiate rules
committee.    An  incomplete,   informal
canvass of     the  board     of  overseers
made yesterday indicated that ;f the ,
Harvard   at'detic committee  is   willing to  permit   another trial the
game,   the  overseers   will aot opi ose
il.-,  provided   it  is agreed tint if   the
game results  unsatisfactorily     next
fall it l>e abandoned  thereafter, ic  is
known   that   the  athletic   'o mm it tec
is   favora'-.'le  to  aiuyflver  trial
THE Tl'HI���  "'  -       '                  .  ...
Clark firiilith has sen I leu of his
VouiiKst.ers hael��   to  Hie  nnnes..
* T <���
Out fielder Cla\ of the Boston Americans has lumped lo flic York Penn
s\ hannia, club.
* *   *
Lou Orifrer, Bostouls nreat hack-
s(o'), has itnproivcd in health sufli-
ci nlly io take the trip lo the Hot
+   *   +
The onwers of thc Mat loon-Charles
team of the "Kitty " League have
signed ace nil act  with   Hcrrv  Hill .0 f
Lebanon.  Ind.,  to manage  Hie  team.
* * , �����
Jesse Burkett i'shiow worryiiiq over how much he will have to pay the
Boston Americans For h's iciease. Tlt>
hopes he  will -not be  rated  so  iiij^-11
as John  Ganzel.
* *   *
Toledo   will   have  a ureal!   bunch   of
players      from    the big le.igues  this
year,     among them   Clarke,   A'V'dt.
De Mont,  Cliiigman,  Xnn-e and Colin
Eddie  Tlniilon,   the famous      little
'California Jealherwei'^ht   pugilist, wil
shortly  follow in      thc  root's!ops of
i J11     Cf)i,h:>!l   .md   Boh   I'Mh/siniiiuons
In       comiim, "a ;u tor.'*'   alwl will  ap-
iutl;-  as   the hero   in  one  of   Charles
E    Ilhniey's melevdinmas.  Johnny Ec-
Miardt,  manager  c>r "The Child Slaves  of  New  York," has  been negotiating with II.111 Ion for some time with
a  mcw   to  getting tlu; popular  f'ali-
foinian to.assume  the l'o'e of 13utts,
one 01   the si long characters of   the
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hraiieh   of  racinir  is  likely  lo he con-
dueled   on  a lar.^T senle  liiiin     ever
this coining; season, and under heller.
nr^atii/.i d   methods,  which  will assist
in  ils growth   in   pifllic  favor.    One
of  Lhe slroiieiest   fnetors  in   the ste.i,
dv  KrowMi   in   poiuilariLy of  liarn/J-ss
raeiiif; is  the oi'ganiy.aLioii of :'an' e'ir
eiiils.    In  days none hy,  when eveiy
rail* iissociiitioii  gave  ils  meelinu; in-
(ieiieiidently of any other assoeialion
Iho  eonLesLs   were  little  heller   Muni
travesty  on harness racing.    Today,,
willi  organized  circuits of fair meetings, good  stalyles of horses  are   secured     tlie racing is generally good,
and   Iretj'uenlly   of  a l"ir�� cluss,     and
the.  thousands  of spectators  go homo
with abetter idea of Imrness racing,
as     a sport      than they had     before
The  country   fair  tracks  are proving
to  he in   the Idndei^jarten  for  Grand
Circuit candidates, not  only as   refers  to horses,  hut also  to  drivers.
Many a famous Grand  Circuit, ��� horse
made  its   first  api'Cui'ancc on"      the
turf on a county fair track, and more
than one  of the  drivers now  famous
served his     apprenticesiiip on       the
same  tracks. It is not a far cry from
Ihr;    county fair track to the Grand
Circuit   track and  thos^e who are inclined  lo  look  with  scorn on       the
racing,   whicli  is  one of the greatest,
of  county   fair  attractions,   will     do
well  lo  remember that some of   the
men and horses  wliich may be seen
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���MR. and MRS. T. J. THOMAS, late
of     Mount    Sicker, and      of   ���' the
r'alace Motel,  Nanaimo,   have     purchased the :
;.-���;���CpMMERCIAL HOTEL���
on Douglas  stieet, Victoria, op'rosite.
the city  hall, and  invite  their     old
After this date the price for hre'aA.'
delivered at my Customers' houses;
will he FIVE CENTS per loaf��� 20
loaves for a dollar. My read is
guaranteed the best niacin;. -Shop*?
run by! white help should, receive
white peoples' -patronage so long as
they are properly conducted. 1 so--
licit a trial as your BaL"er.
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Thc 'partiicrsliip' existing hotween
C. IL Rum mill s and W. E.'. Uunimiiirf..
carrying on business iii Hie City of..
Ladysmith, 13. C:, as manufacturers'
of carbonated beverages,- etc., under
the firm name of Ruiinniiig Bros., is
hereby dissolved. -All' oiitstat''-i��S
accounts must be paid lo W. 10. lUiin-
ming, who will continue th** business
and l-'ay all accounts against the firm
of Itumniing Bros. '    ���.
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Dated   at  Lafly.siiiilh  (his  28th  Day
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Solicitor,   EU. I
Mcnsy   *o    loan
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We have just received,    fronillie
Hast a large shipment of
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Call   in   jukI  Sf-o   Them
A. HOWE.ofCHEMAINUS, has opened the MEAT-
(VIARKET lately    run  by W.Ward, on Roberts street
A Trial Solicitd
First Avenue,    X    X    X      Ladysmith,     B. C
Neatly and Artistically Done
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