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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Mar 15, 1905

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 .KCilSLATiVa ASSEMBLY.  t-I-V1  ' ������������������.��������������������������� o '0o*/->^. S>  ��������� . .:���������'. ������������������%:  |v|^Rl51908.;  DAItt  V0L,.-2  ���������t?  WEDNESDAY,   MA ROM  I90ij  PRICE FIVE CENTS  ���������'���������������������������\-'*\  SCARCITY BF  SCHOOL tEaCUEBS  IS PPBVsHCl    The scarcity of certificated teachers in the province is causing city  school trustees considerable trouble  aim as the following despatch from  Vancouver will show, it has been  necessary to giant a temporary certificate to a teacher to.fill a vacancy  in the Terminal Cily school. Thc  despatch says:  There i.s food  for thought' in      the  clause- in the lust report of thi*/|''������ard  of public school  trustees stating that  a temporary certificate  had   to      be  .   granted     to   a teacher   because none  properly  qualified were available.  Speaking of  this a promiiwnt educationist remarked, that Grover Cleveland's oft-quoted sentence, "lt is     a  condition,  not a theory, that      con-  - fronts us,"  might well apply.  "There  is a good deal more in this  than  appears  at  first sight,"     continued this gentleman,   "and it would  be   well      if the     matter were given  close and  careful  consideration.   We  are making  it. harder all  thc     time  for  the  youth or  maiden  to  qualify  for a ������������������osilio'i, but are ?w������ doing anything  to   ma'e  the calling  more attractive?    The  life, of  a teacher is of  necessity one of drudgery, even     to  those who  like the work, and   the remuneration   is   inadequate- and   is  lie-  coming more so instead- of improving  There  was a time whin  there were  plenty of  teachers and  schools could  lie filled {at any time.   Many teachers  ., had come here, from;the east attracl-  '" ed  to  the   west  by  the  prospect     of  Lettering  themselifis.    Until recently  also it was much easier for the teacher at home to qualify. Th<*ii came  the normal school six months'  term,  soon  to,be increased  to a year."  "Rul'' the   normal     school course  will  make  better  teachers,  will      it  not?"  "Decidedly so. * am not, say-i"**, a������v  ' thing that  f-would 1 kc  to be      construed   into   meaning   that I am not  , in  favor  of  high  qualifications.   I b������-  lie\e that  the good teacner can only  ���������be.  m.wle out of  the man .or woman.  with.u natural  aptitude and  tlieii  by  a thorough  training.   What 1 wanted  to point out was  that  there was not  enough     .inducement.now* for  bright  young     men and  women  to  become  teachers  at all.    It is   well  to    have  weeded,out those who wished  to use  the  Leaching "profession-as a stepping  stone,  but  1 do not think we should  so arrange matters that there is   no  attraction for anyone to become /   a  teacher,'or that wc should always be  ���������importing,  either.    The   servant       is  worthy of his hire, and there is none  more   worthy  than the  conscientious  teacher."  "You think that the teachers   are  peorly paid?"  "In  many ...cases,-, yes.    The   remun-  IhCfilOTT  ELEVATO  Seattle'  March  It���������Lieut.  Charles  Ivirki of, the lire department, and Her  man  Lar'scri,  a pipeman  in  that    de-  parttnont,  lie in the Providence hospital, close to death as the result oi  nternal injuries  received  while lighting a lire Saturday  in the basement  of llu four-storey building at 212 Second avenue south.   Hoth  of the   in.  jiired men wore oh the'fust lloor'lean  ing over a freight elevator shaft,  di  reeling streams of water into      the  basement,   when  the freight elevator  weighing     1,800     pounds, descended  (rem  the  .second  story  of  tlie  building and  pinioned  them  to  the lloor.  Had  it not  been  for thc  prompt action of their  comrades   hoth       men  would     have" been crushed to death.  The elevator caught both across the  shoulders and was crushing them bad  ly  when they were dragged Irom be1  neatb it by their comrades.-  All of Kirk's teeth were torn from  his gums, his wrists were bad'y sunt  shed and his back was bruised and  cut. Larsen showed little external  injuries, but at the hospital he ' i.s  said to be worse injured than Kirk.  i he fire was confined to the basemen I and the loss was kept do'wn to  ubo.it *G,000, all of whicli was fully  co������ei-ed by insurance.   . Cl   GRKKS   AND GAYNOR.  Savannah,. Ou..   March   i:l���������Todajs  morning  and  afternoon  session        of  tho   United  .States     court     in        Lh.->  trial of Greene and Goynor     for   allege*!  conspiracy     against the     gov-  erneinent        were <lovoted     to      continuance      oi    testimony     of   T.  J.  Johnson,     exixsrt  accountant,   relative  to   the  division    of     thc  alleged  .spoils.     It    is probat-ic    th-.s.  testimony    wil"   be   finished     tomorrow,  when Uis*   icf Attorney Irwin   and   !'  S.      Marshall   White'are   expected to  take    the  stand     -to testify   'regard  ing      the.    defendant's    absconding  to Canada   the elVurts    mode   . to   se  cure     their-    .extradition ..-and   their,  eventful  return     to; Savannah        for  trial. -.'."���������;  ���������mm  8F  secret police  Given freedom  [It-IftU :-"='���������  MAY GET  SEU1P  '&.$��������� ���������������������������<������������������������������  r-  s  %���������  -jxgfF^  .; Honolulu,.���������March:'13'.���������The'  of, the su-airier Sierra', have  here  iron*  d  ,.(,  :iao.   and   reports  that   lhe  e  >i   i lie   volcnno   on/the   island  office i's  arrived  Sidney,  N.S.W.,    via  Ba-  hat  lhe  erupt ion  nil oi"  -uiii of the Saiiumn group, . continues on a large seale. Three "vil-  li.igV"- have been completely 'destroy-.  '1 including Mnlncols,- where was  li-ciiii'd lhe finest cocoa plantation  v: lhe Islands. The residences of  A. King- mid fi. Barclay have been  r.'dueed io ruins and are a total  ln-i.s. The lava from the volcano  i. Mowing into the ocean in , a  stream throe (jfaartei-.s of a mile  v. ide and twenty feet deep at the  i'imi' oi twenty feet. ah hour. At  night a solid wall of molten lava  five, miles long can be seeni-oaeh-  ing-  far      out   info     the   sea. For  some distance ahead the sea water  is boiling and thc surf breaking ov-  rv thc fiery stream. The government recently chartered the. steamer  Maori     to   remove      women     and  New'York, March. i;*.-FelixGai.l- Vancouver, B.C., ���������March 1-1.���������A de-  sis, a Russian, who Mas arrested at putation waited upon Hon. Win.  the request of the secret 'police Tcniplcrnaii yesterday .-morning and  of -St. Petersburg: upon his land- asked that the. claims of Vancouver  ing' here recently, Was today set be recognized in the appointment 0|*  free and allowed, ''to. enter tlt<: Rohert Keliy as senator. Mr. Tem-.  United States. He was charged pieman agreed that the wishes of  by. iho Russian authorities with en- Vancouver in this matter should enr-  lie/./.lumont. Caidsis. however, claim tainly prevail ��������� and he promised that  ed thaL this chnrg-e' was a ruse and ll0' appointment would be made until  that he was really wanted .��������� as a .he'reached Ottawa. He compliment-  political prisoner. ' His    case    , was  l d tlu-  1'i-ber.tl      party of .Vancouver'  first- passed on by the immigration authorities) who refused tu  send him back to Russia and released hini. St. Petersburg police  then caused his re-arrest, and 'took'  tho case   to the.United States courts  TO EXPLORE     '  Pi LY VALLEY  Dawson, March l.'J.���������Bob Hender-  '���������lilidi-r-n from lhe scene of the flan- /sf������. who .was- the direct/ cause of  !��������� i*. The si earner reports that there, th'o lylondike being- forced into the  '-.-is   been       no  communication,     with '-.first place ������������������among-      the     placer  mih  on   their '"nomination.  A large'number of the members of  the. delegation spoke.  In making his reply, lion. Mr.'-  Templeman said that he would lay  the position* of affairs before the Liberals of "Vn neon ver very frankly.' lie  had personally made' no arrangement  vvitli Mr. George -Riley who had re-  .<: ign'ed fio:n'the Victoria scat. He  had not.assured Mr., Riley of his sup-  ; ort f������r the senators.hip.   Sir Wilfrid  OTT POTLfiCH  IT  ALERT B  Eight hundred Indians belonging to  points along the northern coast   all  the  way irom  Fort Rupert to King-  come     inlet  are -gathered-.at   Alert  Hay  engaged iii   the pleasantries     of  the     largest    .po Hatch  held. on. this  '���������oust?    ior some years.  'ihe  Indians have  been pollatching  for    a montlr past.    To   all   outward  appearances   file  gathering  is  nothing  more harmful  than a g-ossiping pari;  ior  in front  of  the eyes of the -pro-,  uncial police .,nd   Juuian Agent Warn  (Jcueci       the   Indians   preserve    the  most decorous demeanor, and  the an-  .inial dances are till mat they, should  ue in  the  way ol" propriety.  As tlie iiat'i.es expect t0 keep the  jjotlatcli going till the fishing-season  commences in the North, ,-which will  be about the latter part of June,  .there is no telling what may happen  before that ti'ine comes around. On  principle  the  Indian .-Department oh-''  esxaesrsst^arr-  WiLURESfST  PROTlCTI n  Laurie'r,  had  he knew,  asked ���������'.   Mr.   \-lcc[*  Lo' l>otlatc;hes, not pnly because  Riley to resign just, as he  know that |1;i"-'  wholesale exchanging of gilts im-  .Sir'Wilfrid   had  asked   himself  (Mr.   ;'l'.*\> wishes the J ml ians, but because of  Teniplenian)   to contest a seat  in or-,t,ie l;<-nik-iotis  plans  the natives adder to.'t&V-c-'his seal; in tho'Commons   0'Jt '" order tu get.money witi. which-  ���������hiti   since the recent,  e   hurricane  there  disaster    by  URGERY TO  RESTORE MIND  ing. ciinips of lhe world, has a  big- scheme for getting assistance  for a Government .-.expedition to  open the  vast valley    of l'elly   Riv-  What promise,  if any, had been made  by the,']ireinicr he did noti'know. At  any rate, when the report of      Mr.  Riley's 'forthcoming-'appointment,    as  stated,  had  been made last  week he-  had written and .later, wired, to thc  ������;r  with,   a  g.ovi-"-nment    prospecting.  Premier  at Ottawa,  asking that notli  expedition. ing he  done  until ho should  arrive in.  "My proposition  is that the     gov-  Ottawa.   In   reply,   Sir Wilfrid      had  ernment  should   s������'t  aside   ������50u0   to   agreed   to  postpone  action   unt il next  tEMPORARY  RELEASE  cover the expenses of a party of  explorers iii that country. The..������iai'ty  should too ten in number, -one of  them to act as mining recorder  for those staking- claims in the region of discovery. I .am. certain  the work of such a party would  afford results giving new life to the  Yukon. It would open up a ter-  . riory that would, if-, of the value   I  believe,   it to  be,   ��������� insure 'the  .*-Wo\ane. Wash.. %Mar'ch 12.��������� In  hori'S that Ihe operation upon his  brain would completely establish his  sanity, Otto Hopper, a farmer and  li!iil,eriiiaii of Camden., Wash, secured an adjournment of the insanity  pioceodings .against him in the superior court  Wednesday.  A com-iiittec of medical men had  l.e-.'ii making the examination, when  .lulge I'oindexter ordered the iniq|iiry  sfispendpd-to gite ��������� the ��������� Spokane sur-  g"oiis an opjiortunity to make an investigation and operation.  Hopper  is a veteran-of  the Philip- ' ������������������-  pine'-campaign, where four years ago Commenting on the sentence of  he was wounded in the back of the George D. Collins, the World's edtor  head   by   a bullet  from  ambush.    The  says:  ball.experl  witnesses said  at the. in-      "George  Daniel   Collins,   the  fuga-  ii.uiry,  dented the man's  skull,     thus   chins     .San     Francisco lawyer, who  week.    . ,  As a matter  ofu principle,  Mr. Tem-  ;pieman  said he  recognized the  right  of Vancouver to  the sonalorship and  the nominee of the party  in Vancouver would certainlyhe  the man   who  wouldt be.    seleeled,. in so far as  he.  was able  to advise and speak       for  the/government.   On the oilier hand,  Mr.  Riley had  naturally made   some  sacrifices  in resigning and  it       was  difficiilt to   tell at this distance just  they.��������� nmiy   po-tlatch   to   their   friends.  The average  Indian ".will  go   almost  to any length  to  niu-ke a good   fellow  or     a goocl  tiling,  as  the white ii*a.i)  would say,  at a p.otlatch."'       ';���������-,���������  MURDERED  HISIRIVAL  London, March 10. ���������The Fiscal  debate in th e House of Commons  ended tonight by the Premier, Sir  Henry Campbell Ban'-ierman moving  the closure. lOwntually the mo-  lion of St. .Tanieb Kitson, min-  isteralisl. Ueilaring it to be the  determinations of parliament to resist, any attempt to institute pro-  bactiw duties was carried by '174  to     98  NT) M<"1RF. MONEY,  Winnipeg,   March   14.��������� For. the  favors  of a woman  whom  both men lov-   that  I    am prepareal    to suffer  Washington, P C, Match 13���������Th-i  Senate committee on privileges  and elections toda-v instructed a subcommittee consisting of Senators  Foraker ICnov. and Bailey to examine the several bills befoie the  Senate to prohibit Rational banks  from contributing money tor campaign   lunds.  Marseilles, March t'.i.���������An exciting  scene oo.urrca /ai the doors oi  the Cathedral.* The local authorities al tempted to take an imen  t.ory under t he church and state  separation Inn, wheieupon tlie  ���������-Bishop, wearing his mitre and surrounded by the congregation chanting, ordered the authorities not  to enter the cathedral and read  a declaration, denouncing the law  as     renewing the    evils        which  broug-ht on the revolution and the  reign of terror. The bishop added:  ''Here, Iwfo'ie   the altar    I ^announce  im-  ed, Fred. Kryk is behind the bars at  the��������� police station here for the murder ofToinka Kochinski; The latter  was simbibed in the heart three times by Kryk iii a fight, which occurred  at 7(ifj Magnus street about 4.30 o'clock on Saturday night.  1 he men had been-uptown drinking  priso-nmentj exile or death,' in defending tho rights of the church."  The authorities withdrew in order  to avoid trouble. Tr.e cathedral  will be closed day and night, and  guards will keep regular watches to  resist    the     government   inspectors.  construction     of a . railway   through  whut arrangement ^would have to'-bfi l-'1!^ .^ il0'n^i,^Ith^ai"e,ca?:'.alld,v  "'it f n' - Bawsoh".  made.  oh the "pay' wrangled over t^'ie;atteh-|; -'"FOOTB"AliL���������  COLLINS' SENTENCE.  21 TENDERS FOP  CONSTRUCTION  March 12.���������Thc time for  tion which each was paying to Miss  Sophie Koyk, a Galician girl who  roomed at the same house where they  lived.  On reaching home Kochinski lay  down on a bed in the room whicli  was   tenanted  by  five  men and      the  Regarding       Saturday's     football  match here the Colonist says:  The  Central   intermediate  football  team .will journey to Ladysmith     on  Saturday,  where they will meet the  Ladystmilh  team  in the first game he  tween the two circles for the Vancou  Vancouver, March 14.���������Under an eider obtained in supreme court chambers this morning by Mr.  Garrett, of  Ottawa,  forming-a pressure on .thebrain- which   was extradicted from  British Colum-  receiving tenders fori the .construction  Ida,  has  ht.-en  sentenced  to   11 years'  of. 235   miles of   the trail-*<*oiiti'nental  imprisonment,  the full extent of   the.  railroad   eastward from  Winnipeg and  penalty for perjury. Forty  witnesses,   liiO  miles     wea'tward  from  Quebec,  including  the  priesL  who "married the  and a steel viaduct 3,C0:j feet long at   'l.a.g'-/.er_a".d. I^,ll"gWl:i.t���������.int01  ihcylselieve causes   his  mental   unbalance at times.  The prisoner talked freely with  memibers of thc commission, beaded  by Dr. W. F. Morrison, ^.nd he listen  ed  with apparent interest to the tes-  woman. He began singing, and Kryk j ver Island championship. The boys  objected, whereupon the two men have been putting in some good  went, outside. (work,  and with the games they have  couple,   swore,   that- Gharlotfa  New-    Cape     Rouge  valley,   was  up  at  12  man  was. Collins'  wife,  whilu     only   o'clock today.   There were 12 tender?/.  mmediately  Kryk is said to have  'already played they are in very good  ��������� rushed  at   Kochinski  with a Swedish   condition and  are looked for to make  the  vie- j a good      showing.       The Ladysmith  tim's  chest   three  times.    Kochinski  ! team     is said to be a very fast one,  'screamed that he was killed, and ran   but the locals are expected to     give  preparation and the substjiil.iient drudgery.   I often hear men talk about the  go<>d   time   that  teachers have,  their  short hours and long holidays. Those  men     know nothing of  Hie constant  study   required  of a teacher  nor     do  they   know  aught  of  the strain       of  teaching.    Those same men, if  I  ih������y  judge  of their actions  with their of-  liee hoys and others,  would have half  their   class   shattered   wrecks   before  the  noon   recess  if  they   tried        to  teach   for a single  day.    As  there   is  a dearth of   teachers,now in the  city  there will  he  a greater   dearth through oui the province  when   the   provincial   government's  action  has   the inevitable result oi cutting   down salaries.       What is the usu of a young  man or a young woman  taking a long  course of s|*ceiul  study  and then  putting in a year at  preparation      that  would be  wasted  for uiiy  other pursuit  to engage in  work   for a   mere  pittance when-, after a'hiisiness  training or an  apprenticeship  in mechanics  will  bring double thc pay?  There  is  a great,  deal 'to he-said ou      this  cmestion and  I would like to see others discuss it."  MR.  CHAMBERLAIN   ON   FIRES.  Discussing Mr.   Chamberlain's   reading habits,  Claudius Clear in  the Uri  tish   Weekly   says   Iviiait  at  one ' time  the     statesman  hud  a gas  lire-place,  and   defended in  ou  the  ground  that  as a library   is a place,  inhabited lale  at night and early in, the morning, a  ������as fireplace is the best of all possible  warming apparatus,  as it  gives  command   of  immediate   warmth     as  well  as light.   "There is  no trouble,  cither," he said,  "in putting' on coal  Once lit,   the lire goes  o" of itself.   1  found before, 1 had this inaention that  in the course of -a long evenings 'work  :i always let the fire out, and  at 1 or  2 o'clock  in   the morning  felt as cold  as a stone.    When  one is really       at  Work the  fire always goes out,   ami  the effect  is a sensation  of mil  misery."  a short tune anyway.   Webster Bros.-  eration does "not  pay  for the cost of | oi, this city are suing Mrs.  Jackson  for an account for groceries supplied  to her in 1902, at which time she  was allegedly running a hoarding  house in her own behalf. The defence  is that her husband was then alive  iiiid was'responsible for., her debts, it-  is lo enable Mrs.  Jackson and ilrs.  Livingstone,  Garrett A   King,     Mrs.,  timonyof the several   witnesses,    and   foil*���������one  of  whom   was  the  accused   in   all received.    They   are as follows:  Teresa Jackson and her mother, Mrs   afterwards Jm  told  his  own story,  Esther  Jones,, will be out of jail for   which was  to the effect that after re  covering from the bullet wound he  was for a long time subject to fainting sjicll,  and Mrs.  Hopper testified  himself���������testified  to  the contrary. Up     The Pacific construction  Company,  on cross-examination   three of     these  M.   J.  O'Brien  and  J.   P.   Mullarky,  witnesses admitted  that they      had    Hogan  and  McDonald,  Mc Arthur Con  Urn   told by   Collins  that  he      had   struction  Company,  Limited, of Caii-  mv-.rried      Agnus   and   not   Charlutt.a    adn,  M.   H.  Davis and  J.   T.  Davis,  wife   who accompanied the accused to Trunk  Pacific  Railroad  Company,  J.  Victoria   and   stood   loyally   by   him I).  McArthur,  Dominion Bridge Coin-  during  the     extradition   proceedings pan,  Locomotive     Machine Company  there,  would a*���������'������������������ear to have deserted of     Montreal,  Phoenix Bridge Com-  hiin,  since at  the  recent,  trial       she pany   of   Pittsburg,   Canadian   Bridge  that    during     these periods, lasting- Newman.       The     pretty brown-eyed Connolly, Wilson and Jaruine, Grandi  from half a" hour to an entire  day,  lie imagined  himself again  on  the. firing line.  "lie      was at all   times  perfectly  harmless,"   Mrs.   I-loprer   said,   "but  Jones to  give evidence in  this .behalf   he went  away into the woods, where, did not appear in court at all.    Per- Company  of Walkertown.  that the order was obtained.                  when  the attack came,  he  was    reh- haps she has     awakened to- a-know- The  last   four  companies   are     no  ���������   . :���������~^                                     tiered helpless." ledge of  the  fact that she is wife *.ot. doubt tendering   for   the bridge,       so  THE DlvUMCRAtG'S FATE. , j Hop/or said1 he was conscious of e-ven in name. She has been crue'-'y that only eight tenders are for the  A bottle message found at Hair- -he approach of mi attack and that dor ci veil: heiicing that Collins was railway sections. It is liUely that  moon bay, near San Francisco, solv- thev were of less fie;.|������ient occurrence a widower, she married him m Chi- about four fenders in all are fines the mystery of the Drunicraig's now Ih.-n formerly. ca;o. At Victoria she won all hearts hoth sections east and west,  fate or is a silly hoax. The British Asked by Dr. Morrison to describe by her sweet, modest and qcntlc The (irand Trunk Pacific has a  tar.'c Drumcraig left the v Columbia the sensation, he said: ways. Collins was infatuated with lender in for both sections, and the  f ver on September 20 tli for Manila "f fell as though I was 25 feet in tl.e pure girl and risked ever\ tiling Mc Arthur Construction Company and  and never arrived. She was reported height ami endowed with strength in i(, possess her. With him it war. .���������������������������- two of the other companies are sup-  as missing at Lloyds a week ago. proportion. Then I would ne seized imalism run mad, but with Clarice posed also to have tendered for all  The bottle uussase, a note found in willi pains like the sticking of It),- McCunly it was pure affection and thework.  a tightly  corked   bottle  picked   up  by   ll! 0  n.-cdles  into  lhe top  of my  head. |() ;l|   sympathy.    The oui-.-ict         ..s Chairman   Parent says  that  he  ex  it member of a real est ale- excursion This would he followed i>y shrinking,  party af llaifmoon hay, reads: "The mil 1 would become numb and cold  British Drumcraig, Cap!,. MeCaHum, as if frown. That is all I can re-  si nking at 127 W.W. Bales, able sea- inemi.er. except that while,under the  man." The position given is one in soil ' imagined 1 saw Filipinos all  which the Drumcraig Would have If.iep around  me."  in   all   probability   within   a few   days       Hopper    said   he  had   been   advised  after leaving 1he Columbia rivet. Mi by several  surgeons  in  Spokane      to  published,  Capt.     Woods,a Columbia undergo an  o;oiation,  and announces    |  River pilot,  who took the Drumcraig his inlentinn of placing himsi.-If under  to  soa,  Said  she  was  in  a lop-hcavy a physician's care.  blasted the character of his real jocts to be able to announce the suc-  wife, cast a cloud on bis children, eessful tenderers in about, a week. No  anil added lo his crime the ruin of time will be lost in getting lhe len-  liis   latest   victim,   a gentle  and    c  n-   tiers figured out.  liiiiiiiiv girl .   who at   one  lime   would   j  o   ha e surrendered  her   life to    ave h.s  them a run for their money. The sec  ond fj-ame will take place in this city  on March 3*1.   o   FAME'S  PATHWAY.  Mrs.   CynlhJa  M.   Paden  of Montezuma, Iowa,     was recently the only  successful woman candidate in a class  of 35 examined by, the state commission of pharmacy.   Mrs.  Paden is   a  mother of  three  little children     and  her   work has not  interfered  with her  household   duties.  Upon  the nomination of the Prus-  dence:    The  island lying  between  theisian  ministry   of education  the trus-  Aiiwrican  fall  and  the Canadian fall  i tecs of the Columbia university have  at     Niagara  is called  Goat Island,  j appointed  Dr.  Hermann Schumacher,  W'bal   is  now  called. Livingtscwic    is- ��������� professor of political economy in the  land  at the Victoria  falls  in  Africa .University of Bonn,  to be honorary  is  called   Keinpongo  by   the natives,    professor  in   Columbia university  for  sin 1   this signifies  "gnat   island." the  year   l!K)G-7.   s"*^  I    General   Henry T.  Tremain,       the  One of the oddities of nomenclature   ������pw1v elected  president of the  Rcp.u-  is     that the com Initiation of metals  . blican  cluh 0f New York  City,  has a  ; toward   a neighbor's   house  half       a  j block away.     Blood soaked  through  I his     clothing on the  way, and       a  crimson  trail   marked  the course he  followed across  vacant lots.   He fell  in   the doorway   of   the house,       and  j was  carried   in   by   the owner,       but  expired      before     medical   assistance  reached  him.  Four oilier (ialicimis and the woman have bei-ii detained as witnesses  Kochiusl-i was twcnty-H^ilit years old  and  unmarried.  Here     is  an  extraordfanry coinci-  condition and poorly manned when  she left port. The position indicated  is about 1.'50 miles west of Cape Blan  co,  near the Oregon-California  line.  Spokaiiv, March 13.���������Feminine 500  and bridge games where prizes are  Af the meeting of the Board of offered come under a scathing fire of  'ia.de hold on Thursday night a re- attack from pastors of the Protesl-  poi t of the work of the Board will ant churches of Spokane, says a des-  ke submitted by the president, Mr. patch from that city. They are in  "If is likely that an operation on W. A. Cornwall. At this ,meeting of- heafctj- ag'-.ord with the sentiment exilic suull will be the means of re- j liei is for the. coming year will also pressed ml lie* grand jury report of  sforimg the man's reason," Dr. \A. P. j |:t- elected the present officers having Cynthiari'a, Ky., in which social card  Johnson said yesterday, "and since 'conipleted one year's term of ollice. games played for prizes are denounc-  Hupper   has   decided   to   undergo   ono   |  *  ed as gambling.  FROZEN   TO  DEATH.  Bossevain,   Man.,   March   1-1.���������Chas.  Thompson, a drayman of  Xinga, who  started    Friday     evening     to drive  home     tyugh Miller,  who  was  under  the influence of lifiiuor, was found   l .  zen  lo death   .under the front runners  of  the sleigh,  the horses   attached  to  which were turned  in  feeding al     a  haystack on the prairief The coroner  is  holdiiifj an  investigation.  Among those registered at the  Ab-  ^otsford today are:  E, Heelinaii, Van  couver;   John  Wainor,  Yanco-uver; J.  Rolttay,  San Francisco.  we have  reason   to  believe  it       will   iscBSRPIPTION   LIST  cure him of these recurring hallucinations."  -o-  UNl'F.i'   III0AVY  OCA IIP.  .  Caldwell. Id.. March UI��������� Under a  h.'av.v guard, Mo.vit. Ilnywnrd and  l'i'tlihoni' who have been indicted  foi-   the   murder     of    former Gov  ernor Stuenberg. were removed to  day from I be state Prison in Boise  to lhc Canyon County jail in  this  city.  The only  exception  taken  here     to  John Tha   J.  B.  Dyer   J.   Gogo   Ciiiou  Brewery  J.   Tapella     W. E. Morrison  SPORT GROCiNDS.   the grand jury  report was by  Roman    $50.0U Catholic  priests,   Rev.  Father  Yoi*ha-  fiO.Ofl gen,   pastor of  Our  Lady  of  Lourdes      50.no  charch,  and  Rev.   Father   De   Kanter,     25.00   pastor      of St.   Joseph's,   both  said      2500   that they  do not consider playing so-     15.00  cial  card  games for prizes- g-amfcVing,  Known as German silver contains no  silver in ils composition, and is of  Chinese and not of'German .origin. It  was introduced into Europe, by the  Germans and for some time it was  not generally  known   that they     had  splendid war record. He enlisted as  a volunteer and rose to be a brevet  hiigadier general in 1865. lie was  oneof the founders of the Grand Army of the Republic in New York  state ancl always  has been  active in  simply  borrowed  it from the, Chinese.   Politics.  SOGKEYE SALMON FOR  NANAIMO LAKES'  Thei.('\**tt  says:  Dominion  It       Sword  Herald  of this morning  Simon Leiser iv Co., Ltd    10.00   and   that   their   church   does   not   op-  Blair &   Adam      10.00   pose it..  Ladysmith Ledger     10.00 i    "I   don't,   think   the   players    have  j. BjeMe.     5.00   the prizes in mind while tlu-y       are  Russell   Simpson    .'    10.00   playing."   said      Father  de   Kanter,  Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce ... 5.00   "and  for   thai    reason   I do not see  W.   A.  Cornwall         5.00   how    it could   be  gambling   or  could  Dr.   Wasson     20.00 lead to gambling."  Fisheries Inspector C.  is in the city arranging- for tho planting of about  ("''1,000 Sockeye salmon fry, that  will be brought, over-this morning  on the Georgia. This lot will he  t iii-iic*.! loose iu Nnnaiimo lakes.  This making the fifth year that a  similar lot has been put in the  I .akes.  In all between 250,000 and 300.-  OiiO of the little fellows, about an  inch and a cjiiarter long have been  provided   with     an   island  home.  about, the results. ]Tc has not so  far been able to find any of the first  or second years' supply, which have  .vet returned to the Lakefl, but  hopes   that the introduction   of     tlu  little fellows to their island home,  may- result in theii establishing ' a  habit of returning- to the happy  home of their childhood, or fish-  hood,   as   we   may   so  call   it.  Mr.   Sword   is  thoroughly    interested  in      tjie case   and propagation of  nlinon,   and   is   doing  good   work   in  iiis   department.     The lot   of fry expected   today     will  come     from   the  Mr,     Sword   is  not  at   all   certain Bonacord Hatchery. i  !���������  IHE DAILY LEDGfR  jr*ttblished    every  day except Sunday.  B*        THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION  PRICE  10 cents  a   month;    (5  per year   hr4r  advance.     Advertising rates on application.  (NaDaimo)   Ltd*  DAILY LKBGHK  WEDNESDAY,   MARCH   11,   1905  ������������������()TI 1 Eli  PEOPLE'S MO-N'EV."  From   reports  received    from  ;   far  mid  near,     of   the'  brilliant    .success  of ���������"Oiher   People's Money," .we     are  ���������more   than   pleased,     and  can      continuously "recommend,   to  patrons    of  tho  theatre   the  most artistic      production      and the laughing treat    of  lhc*  season,   ������������������Other   People's  M'one;."  as   a   eh ���������.in.   bright,     sparkling-    coin  e<ly   drama,  of   the greatest   possible  niL-ril   oa   record,   arranged  for laugh  ing   purposes   only.       If     you   would  "Caught   and-grow   fat",     see  "Other   People's  Money,"  at   the      Opera.  House. 'I hursdny   ... March,    15th   Th.*  laughing -event,   of  the  season.       Re-j  served   seats   now  on   sale      at  Pirn  burs-       it    Co.      Regular   prices     f>0.  To and   $1.00  A  TERRIBLE  CRIME.  Honolulu.   March 13.-r-Fivc       Koreans   on   the Island     of Hawaii have  been .accused   of  a   murder ��������� of .unusual    at rocics,      their     alleged.       victim  being  a   fellow ' countryman  suspected   of   stealing;   $oO.      They     are  said   to   have   seized     him    in a  cane  ���������field   mid   then   had     an   inquisition..  It   i.*-   i barged   that   he   was"     beaten  and   cut   and     when   he  fainted      hi1;  captors   revived      him     with       wiue'  of 'which   thev     partook   themselves,  resuming the   tortures    when he   was  strong  enojgh.     To  add      to  hissuf  ferings     salt   is   said,      to have  been  .placed   in the   open wounds.    He died  when   a  fire   was  kindled    under       a  portion   of  his      body.    Besides     .-the  five  men  indicted     four  others      ar-1  in   custody   in  connection'  with,     the  affair.   -f '  FIC | IT FOR "WEALTH.  Xi'v; York, March i:-'5.���������A contest, over ihe will of Airs. Margar-  ela Todd, the aged and .wealthy  'woman whoso mysterious death near  Hliilnd-.-lphiii. Insl fall,' has ...'never  bi-eii fully uxpl.ained. was;Jjeg-tin .-��������� toil i.\. .Mrs. Todd's body.-was-found  on the railroad tracks ancl there  was   evidence   that   the   body had  ���������been  carried   there     after death     oc-  < urred   to conceal   a   foul   murder.   Jn  the   uill. contests     Mrs.  Todd's dan-,  g-hter.     Mrs.   Frank   Tousy.   and   her  g-randson    Milton Berelsheimat., want '  (lil'ferent.   executors*   appointed     than  now    fill   fhat  position.  MILLINERY DEPARtMENT-  ���������To.-our in ;my .patrons and'.friends we wish to introduce our  Milliner, MISS M. SWAIN,   from Tacoma.   Miss Swain (late of  New York City) has been  n .the American Coast cities,'Tacoma,   Seattle  and  Portland for the past two years-   We can assure you  of prompt   and   courteous treatment at all t rues.  WM.. MUNSIE,  President  J.   W.   COBCRN.  t(.  The  MILLS  ^Telepiioiuji'lli  Ladysiiiith"' "Lumber /  Co   L  .Sueciali  ,td  AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH���������Shingles  '   '    '   ���������  ���������  '��������� ^.'j'U'-'.'.CtlllCr-        <���������' ���������  Rouv.h and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc.. of the Btist (Quality.  Seasoned   ������nd   Kiln   "ri-'������'J  irlnj;     *nd    Flnbiblnj-      Lmnier   1t������     fttock  cTM'Q*   -������Y   TAIKS���������-  ^ Regarding Styles*  ������ '  i  IF  Mr.  C. SPENCER,  who is just,finishing his European ,buy- j^rj"  ing trip, has bought us an  exceptionally handsome'lot of MIL-   ^E.  '   LINERy', including HAT SHAPES,    TRIMMINGS,    FLOWERS, Etc. etc,; direct from Paris, and'New'York.   Many styles  which  will be shown .by  Us  have never   reached  the  Canadian  travellers''hands yet.   . . '.'.,''  You'll  find us first and   paramount   in  artistic  Millinery.  Our Styles are Sure.   Our prices  cannot  help   being  right,   fud  ���������with  fair and courtco is    treatment     we expect to make     the  '.'Spring.  J.90G"  the greatest in the firm's history.  AS LOUD TO US AS AN VONE.  YOU ARE PAYING CASH FOR  WILL GO FURTi-I ER IF Y0U BUY  Waii for "Spencer's"  Millinery���������We'll  have  both Eastern and We-tern 5 yles  RAN NELL  'TW-W  YOUR Mb:AT YOUR DOLLARS  FROM US  Oannst Be Seafen   Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Mlmy  Time  Table No. tf 7  Trail.,  /eave  Ladysmith for   Victoria and  all   interinediate slations    at  ���������MO a.m.  daily,  and  at 4.00 p.m. on   Wednesday,     Nnt-inlays   and   Sun-  '^ Trains   leave  Ladysmith  for'wcliinSoHnd   'In "intermediate st^tionf  Sundays. a'm-  da"y'   ���������"* at  C-00  p* m-   on   We'"������* '^'s,   Saturdays     and  Excursion Tickets.  . Steamer Joan   *****  ^KET  STKAM ��������� IlliATIJI* '  WKW.   FURNISIIKP ROOMS  IJA1* SUri'f/fKt) WITH    1);  WINKS, 1-lQTJORS. CIO AR*-  HOTEL  Cor. Fort and   Goveramekt Sweets.,  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist.   Frt. & Pass. Agt.  A. J.-McMU.RTRlE,.Proprietor  LADYSMITH, B. tl  j Newl}r fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  wife- on  Monday  in if: ted   for  trial  si'--es.'  -**������������������-  ���������   On Trial    for     Murder.  'Heh-ille,  Ont,  March  ;tfi��������� Alex.  .-'at  shall  posse  eKfiV  'ilie niyhf ,is. 'dark     anil  ra.llin.g-.     and   a  courier*.  bo   able   to , make  his  )cii'i-oiiyli     or     any     of     his  who   are  pursuing   the     Wick  Liny  of       Oliorokce     outlaws;  rain is  would    no'  way'      from  the  night   hawk   country.     The chase  PORTLAND HOTEL.  , .. '���������������������������.''    -;;'���������'��������� DAVID  IIYNES, Proprietor.  terson   of this   city   is in the   ./polio.'- may   last.for  several, days.  cells   charged   with attempted      inur- j __.     ���������    ' _    . ;      .  ��������� '  dec of   his   wife. He is alleg'ecl to have i .������������������-..���������...      .-'".'.;..������������������-  choked   her. on   Saturday    and    have ' ALWAYS      KEEPS CHAMBER-  threatcned     that he would   give.' her   LAIN'S  REMEDY   IN  HlS  HOUSE  wiiat  old   man'Kleinghc-il   'gtivc     his M_ .-.r_mi_'  wife.   .   Kleing'bell     is   on  trial       for , -.   .. ,   ���������'     ,.,. ���������  inui-doi-"' ; |; "We. would. not be  without Cham-  II ard at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked  This  Hotel  has    beeii   completely-      renovated;  Board and 'odging $1.00 per day.  ������3������ 1C5������ g *Y Q pj J p^  Proprietor  H OTE L.    jt-" jrt  JOHN  Another lilaze.  hcrlain's Cough Remedy.     It is kept  , on    hand   continually  in our home,"  Sarnia,    March 13.-i:;uiidings com- |says'.w- W. .Kearney, editor of the In  prising-   the.   grease     and. itlb|.icnU)l��������� j dependent,    Lowry   City,   Mo.      That  is just what every family should do.j  oil plants of the' Imperial-Oil Com-  pniiy were destroyed-' by firo to-  ri'.ifht. Tlie loss- will reach $i2f)0,-  'O'.M. The firo'men had iliflicult work  in ��������� prevent ing- '.'the flames from  spreading1, destroying-, other depart  in nfs of a hull' million dollar  [i'm nt.  '     AFTER Till.; *ii(*Kni-;RFns. I  -Vinita," I.T.,   .March"'l.T.���������lfp to   ten  o' lock   tonight   no   word  had       been  re-eived   from     United  Stales     Mar-  Bar  Supplied   with  the  Best  Liquors and Cigars.  Wines,  st A\enue :-:  :-���������  Ladysmith B.C,  Best  accommodation   for   transient  md permanent boarders and lodgers.  When. Kept at hand ready for instant;Q.R AND HOT.EJL  use, a cold may be checked at the  outset and cured in much less time  than after it has'become settled in  ���������the system. This -remedy is also  without ti peer',for croup in children,  a/"'.-, will iirevent, the attack when giv  en as soon as the child, becomes;  hoarse, or even after the croupy  --ough appears, which can be done only when the remedy is kept at hand.  For .sale hy Ladysmith Pharmacy.  This new Hotel has been comfort-  a'dy furnished and 'the bar is up-to-  d^te. Rates-$1.00 a day and upwards.  WM.  BEVERIDGE, Prop.  HOTEL   DOMINION  ���������kftlt-F ���������fl,2.r*>iL.d$1.5()^-  r.-������ ho-i'to  nil siteauiboat   landiiutp  r 'liftav do|.o(F.     El-ririu care evei.j  THE COMrONTMLC WAY.  TO FERNIE,   B. C.  Read bom "'"' ��������� Read Up  9 p.m. Lv. Victoria Arr. 4.00 p. in  8.oq p. m. Cr. . Seattle Arr. 9.00 a.m.  9.21 p. m, Arr. K������erett Arr. 7.30 a. 111  9.30 ������. m. Arr. SPOKANE Arr 7;<;5 p.ni  6.25 p.rc Arr. , Rex ford   Arr 12.30 p. 111  8.10 p,sin, Ar. Bike Arr.'..'10142 a. 111.  9.00 p.m.   Arr.    Feruie   l,v.955 a   111  ONE NIGHT  To all Kootenay Points  TWO   NIGHTS  To    Winnipeg and St. Paul  Close Connections  , For,   Chicago, Toronto.  Montreal and  All Points East & West  Acetylene     Lighted'    Cars,  Faniiiy Tourist Sleepers,  Palace Sleeping'Cars  Dining     Cars' (Meals a   la  Carte).  Library Observation     Cars  Through     tickets and baggage checks tn an points.  Steamship Tickets  -   For tickets, maps, berths  reservations     and complete  information - call, on or address.  S. G. Yerkes       E. R. Stephen  A.G.R.A. G.A.G.N. Ry  Seattle Victoria. B.C.  MET OFFICE  Cor, Government and Fates Sfs,  VICTORIA, B   C-  4  ���������Transcontinentol-  ���������-Trains Daily���������  4  ���������luiiiiie-*   *" uli parts ol  md tal'li  unexcelled.  Ihe  city.    U.i  m>tlaaa4r  '������������������'���������' .���������������������������������  ������������������* '-M?BWlltif  ^  # Ask   for  mJ %^>^f^f ^  iTHE JONES HOTEL  ���������^SiSIKvra.gj,  iVriirdci-od   TTis   Wife.  Belleville,   ^iarth,   ],-?.���������F.   IClcineb  SON'S  A.FAVORTTK   REMEDY  FOR   BAI  WES  It's" pleasant      taste    and    prompt  cure** have made Chain:'*rlaiu's Cough  Keinedy-a favorite-with  the mothers  of small    children.     It quickly cures  and cohls  and  prevents  their coughs  any clanger of pneumonia or other  serious consequences. It not only  cures croup, but when given as soon  th.' croupy cough appears will piv  ���������vent  the attack. For sale  by La  dy sm* 11* Pharmacy.  ���������'WHITE   IJOGIv���������  and  ���������WHITE .LABOR���������  Employed Only  K.  BAYNKH, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER  B. C  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  ii  ���������������������������������*������������������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  -7 he Cream of Scotch Whiskies-  GALEDOK  fl&sr  Leads Them    AI)  IN ..QUALITY '  UntJerNew Managment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  Jas, R. McKinnel  Proprietor.  Commercial  Mens'  headaaarters. ,  Modern  and      Strictly First Class:  Fire Proof    Buildimj*-.  -:o:-  R. P. R1TH  1?-^'  ^  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA.  :���������:   :���������:   ���������     -: :���������B.C  TV  Ltd  WANTED���������Hy Chicago wholesale  house, special representative (man or  woman) for each province in Canada.  Salary $20 00' and expenses paid  weekly- Expense money advanced.  Business successful; position permanent. No investment required. Previous experience not essential to engaging.  Address Manager,  132  Lake Street,  Chicago,. 111.,  U.S.A.  *c  GT  MSRix  Williamson  dysniith \\. C  \,<mV%,  M. J. HENRYS  NURSERIES,   0REEN-  HOUSES AND SEcD  HOUSES  8010 Westminster Road,  VANCOUVER  Head^uartersfo^���������_  PACIFIC ���������UKO'5rfMi������I"������en7Tielil  and flower SEEDS  Ior distribution. :;  . Large stock or Home  Grown FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL TREES  now matured for Spring.  No expense,' loss or delay bt fumigation or ih-  sfection.  Let me price your list  before placing your   order. Greenhouse' Plants,  Floral Packages, Fertilizers, etc.  3010 Westminster Road.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  m+lC ������������  ONE    IS    THE      "NORTH  COAST  LIMITED."  ���������The electric  lighted train to  the East.  Tickets on sale to all Eastern and Sou I hern points at  LOWEST Rates. Up-to-date  Pullman nnd Tourist Sleepers  on all trains. Dining (Jai  set vice Unsurpassed.  Steamship Tickets on sale to  and from all   European Points.  Cabin accommodation reserved by wire.  For further  particulars cull  or    write     the olficc.   'Phone  Main 'I5C.  A-    IX     CharKon,'A.O.P.A.,  N.P.,   Portland, die.  E.   E.      Blackwood,  general  agent,  Victoria, B.  C. ���������  Are You  Going: East  Then be mm'your  tickets reatf   ������1*  th������  mm i mm  Prop  ���������;  *     .THE TYHII CUVVilk CO., Ltd.       :  I PURCHASERS   A NO StnELiii'.lS OF COt'^EW. OOIJ) AND ���������  .SJLVfc-l-* (;Kf:5. ".  Sn lelciri^;  Works at  l^A DYSxVUTH,    B. C.  PAINTINO,        PAPEkHANQINO  feTC.  Work  done  properly  and  at     rU ���������  prices.      A  full  line of Wall    Paper,  and Painter's  Supplies   Residence  ou  Roherta Street  r    F   SMITH    r������-  if you  like���������;��������� /  A   smooth,  easy   shave,   an even,  well-finished     heard trim, a good  hath, or a stylish Hair-cut.  Vou  wil] go to       ���������      '  LADVSMIIH SHAVINlf  PARIORS  HIGH  STREET.  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Pacifi*  Coast,  THE     SHORTEST     LINE,  TH "J  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  J RATES,   THE  FASTEST  TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHP  UAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS  CITY,  md ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information  ask youu  oal a������ent or write,  F'., W.  PARKER  Genp.rfcJ   * <rw*r  '���������n 2nd Ave., SeattU.  i 100. Mens lu-in.  logging Boots  French Calf throughout, with  ext'a No r. heavy liemlock  soles; lia\e outside counters,  are pegged and have standard  screw rc-i iforcing all around jtf  the sole. '  MANUFACTURED BY  VANCOUVER, B, C,  HEAf) OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, 8, 0,  *^I-4..I..I..I..}..!..,...WH.^..;..      ......  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  General-Manager.  ...������.'..1..I..  :-^**-I-****r***-M--'H-*-l--W-  rnrnMua mwSttmvm  ������S2������ iv fr t n"1 T~r  TE-i ������n ST5 M TT1C-5 A IbJ?  LADVSM1TM  BAKBWV  CHOICE     CAKES     AND    PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding     Calocs  Made   to   Order  FRUiTS    AND    CANDIES  OP ALL  KINDS.    FRESH    BREAD   EV-  ' ERY.   DAY  Prices    are '   Very  Reasonuhle.      All  Customers  are Treated Alike..  HOP LEE * CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  Oen er������ in  Pianos and  Organs ..  Cor, 5th. Avenue & Baden. Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good naeal at any hour  Meals 35c. and Upward  Mannfacturers of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOM  Noue bu   Union Labor   Employed  H J. BOOTH, Prop  Dr. Dier can be found at any tin.-  at his office on Gatacre st. His dotal work is giaranteod to he first-  class and rates reasonable st.  HILBERT  ]���������-  %  . m  . ,XWL&AXhX,.;h]������Wl$!&..-  m>  V  Ir:  b  by  B  R#  ft  it  ll  IS  mmmmmm  CLOSING SCFNES OF  PROVINCIAL LEGISLAJFURE  ;, Monday evening the 'Provincial  Legislature suspended . operations  after j a session of about -ten  weeks. * No pai1 ticular scenes ��������� wero  enacted during the'closing' hours.  A1 motion that would have '..meant  defeat foi- the:.government' was introduced by J. A. Aliicdonald : ami  was voted Uowu , by 20 to 12;  a motion , introduced later ���������'- relative  to : the Columbia and Western Laud  Grant- by  the same  vote. Some  legislation was'--completed and the  clerk of the House read a list, of  Acts     passed  during the session''"  His honor the lieutenant governor having entered the House, and  being seated      in. the chair, Air.  Fell, the clerk of the House, read  the   titles  of the   following bills-:       ���������  (No.  ti.)  An  Act     to amend     . the  ���������General;-   Trusts   Corporation,    Act.  1905.  s(No 4) An Act to declare the.  law with regard     to Ancient Lights  (So. a) An Ac-.t to amend- the Lri  tish Sectuities Compuhy Act, of  TJO.-j.  (No. 6.) An Act respecting thf  County  Court      of  Allin,-  (No.   8.)   An   Act.   lo  amend        the  f  Provincial. Kl^ctions  Act.  (No. aj.) An Act. to.amend the Coal  Mines   Regiilat'ion   Act.  (No. 10) An ' Act to amend the  Small' Debts   Act.  No. ,12) An Act to ������m'������nd 1h<-  Companies Act by providing for the  TK-^iflt ration of Companies Mortac-  ages.  No. IS.) An Act respecting the  T'se and manufacture within, British Columbia, of timber cut or.  lands   of the Crown.  So. 1-1) An Act For the relief an>i  Disincorporat ion of tlie Municipality of  Dewdney.  (So.     15.)   An   Act   to  consolidate  and amend   the    Municipal     Caluses  Act and  amending     Acts.  No.. 1(5.). An Act to amend the Assessment.   Act,  10UH.  (No. IT. ) An Act to give Legislative sanction to the Suprem.-  Court   Rules, iy0(>..  (No. IS) An Act to amend the  Land     Act.  .No.'. 19.)  An  Act.   to.amend Un*  Dyking- Assessments Adjustment  A.-t,   J1105.  (Nio. 21.) An act respecting Distress.  No.   22.)   An   Act  to   rait if y an  Agreement which has been arri.-  ed at between the Dominion and  provincial governments, respecting  the Western I'outularv of the _ llail-  way  belt. ��������� . . ���������    ���������  (No;. \S8.); An . Act. toi incorporate  the Royal Institution for the Advancement, of Learning in 'British  Columbia.  (Xo.lM.) An Act respecting Mc-  CJIII   t'ntversity. ���������  (No. 2.-J.) An Act relating io the  Transfer of Lund, and to provide  for tho registration of Titled to  land.  (No. 27) ,An Act respecting the can  collation1   ancl ^Amendment of L'larir1.  'if,No. 32.) An Act to amend the  Statutes and Journals Act.  (No. 'VI) An Act to amend the  Public   Schools  Act.  (No. 35.) An Act for the. Extermination of   Wild  Horses.  (No. 3G.) An Act to amend the.  Provincial  Elections   Act.        )  (No. 37.) An Act. to amend. the.  County  Courts  Act.  (No. 39.) An Act to amend the  British Columbia Laud Surveyors  Act     1905.  (No. ''10:) An Act respecting the  measurement  of Timber.  (No. 'll-') An Act. to Cancel the  Assessment Roll for the district ol  North Vancouver, for ISM'H.5, and to  authorize a new 'Assessment Roll  to   be   prepared. ���������  (No. 43.) An Act to amend the  Beii'-volcnt ' Societies,     Act.  (No. 41.) An Act lo amend the  health   Act.  (No. -1(i.). An Act. to Accelerate  the "Incorporation of the City of  North   Vancouver.  (No. 4 7) An Act to amend the  Municipal   Elections "Act.  (Nn. 4 8.) An Act to amend tlie  ('olumbiu .*i Western Railway Subsidy   Act.    1906.  (No. 49) An Act io amend the  i"leic.fi!1   Mining  Act.  (No. 50) An Act to incorporate j  the. 'Plate Glass Insurance Con1.- j  ptiny  of   Canada. I  (No.  An     Act   to    amend  the  Pacific   Const '   Fire Insurance    Com  pony's  Act:   IMO.  (Nn.   53.)     An   Act   to   incorporate  the TCnmloops   ,t  Yellowhend      Pass'  Railway   Conipnnv. |  (No.  54 1. An     Act   tn     incorporate  the  Cn nnd inn     Plate Class    Insurnn  re   I'mnnnny,  (No ".." ��������� An Act In incorpnrnt e^  the "Rrit iuh Columbia Northern and  AhisVn.  T'nihwnv  Cornniiny.  'No. 5(5> An Act tn nnnr-wl t,,������  \r;-'<>-(i'-   A    Yn."inn       Hailwnv      Pom.  pe-'-      \.i.    -mm  (No   5**)   An   Act   to revive.  Rat  ify and. Confirm" the Cowichan  Alberni, Fort Rupert Kail way Company Act.  ' (No.' 58) Ah Act to amend 'the  Lightning . Creek Gold Gravels  & Drainage Company (Limited Liar  bility) Act,' 190(5.!  ;; (No. 60) Aii Act respecting : .the  British Columbia'-'Northern- & -'.-Mac--  Ilcen/ie '.Valley.'lla'ilway    Company.  (No.  61.), An  Act   to;   amend,   the  / Vancouver  Incorporation     Act       of  j-1.900.   s: .....  \     (No.   62)  An   Act. to      incorporate  j the      Bella    Coola .&  Eraser   Lake  ���������Railway. Company. ���������"        "'"'��������� s  No. (53) An Act ". to incorporate  the South East Kootenay Railway  Company. ,  s ".���������'.....'  . (No. ,64) An Act .to . incorporate  ���������tha St. 'Mary's'���������'Jjjjid Cherry i Croei-:  Railway  Company..  (No. (55) An Act to incorporate  the S,t. Mkry's Valley 'Bailway,  ���������v-'ompanyv ���������'...'' ��������� ,  (No. 6(5.) An Act relating to the  Union Steamship Company of British   Columbia,  Limited.  (No. 6?) An ������������������ Act to incorporate  the Ashcroft, Barkerville & Fort  Ceorge  Railway   Company.  (N'o. 70) An Act to incorporate  the British Columbia Ountrnl Railway Company.  (No 71) An Act to amend the  False   Creek. Foreshore ��������� Act,    1901.  (No.   72)  An   Act   ta     amend     ihe.  Cranny   Consolidated   Mining   Smelting   &   Power  Company,   Act,   1901.  (No.   73) ��������� An   Act   to, incorporate  the   Southern     Okanagan      Railway  Company.  (No. 75) An Act. further to amend the Vancouver General Hospital  Act,     1902.  No. 79) An Act to provide fo.1  the establishment of > a Provinchil  Stock'|>.-eedcrs' Association, and fir  the Introduction, Exhibition, Improvement, Purchase . and Sule ������������������!"  Pure  Bred Live  Stock.  "(No. 80) An Act to amend chap  ter 18 of the Revised Ltatute--.  1897. '   >  (No. 81) An Act' to amend the  Water Clauses Consolidated Act,  1897.  (No. 82) An Act to amend the.  Liquor   License Act,   1900.  (No. 83) An Ad. to amend the  Steam Boiler Inspection Act. 1901.  (No.'84.) An Act to incorporate  The Lifeboat and . Life Saving Association of British Coluinbin.  " (No. 85.) An Act. to. amend the  Victoria  Terminal,    Railway anil  Ferry Act, 1901.   -'.-���������"������������������  (No. 8(5): An Act, to authorize under certain, conditions, the sale by  the Corporation of the City ci A���������'ic  toria of certain lands held for "Park  Putposes in the City of Victoria.  (No. 87) An Act to amend th?  Liquor   Traffic Regulation Ac;.  No.    88)   An  Act  to   amen-t -chapter. 54  of  Statutes   of. :i.902.  His  honor   was  pleased,   in  Majesty's  name,     to   give asseu;  these bills.  The same  was  announced   by  clerk  of  the house  in   the    f  llo*.vir.g  words:  "In His Majesty's name, his honor tho lieutenant governor ������������������loth assent   to these bills."  Then the Hon.   Mr.   Speaker      ad.  dressed   It is       honor      the  lieutenant  governor-,as  follows:   ��������� ���������  May it  please Your Honor.:  We, His Majesty's most dutiful  and loyal ^subjects,- thc legislative fts  sembly of the province of i:-.iti.sh  Columbia, in session' ass;*mlji'*.!. approach your honor at the close .:f  our -labors with sentiments of unfeigned devotion and loyally to  His Majesty's-��������� person nnd government, and humbly beg to present  for your honor's accept am e hill  (No  ������9)     intituled   "An    Ac! for  vince   of   British Columbia."  To  this  bill  the   clerk of     the  Legislative   Assembly.,    hy    his   honor's  command did   thereupon   say:  "fn His  Majesty's name, his  or   UK'   lwutenant     governor  thank      .His. Majesty's   loyal  jects,   accept   their   benevolence  UNseut   to  thi.s   bill."  gran'mg  certain   sums  for  tlif  l-'ublic  service     Ui   m.i-  . -���������<   .  Then  the  lieutenant governor    was ;  pleased  to      deliver   the       following  gracious  speech:  "In relieving you fiv>m'further attendance on your legislative duties,  it affords me pl������in������uro to express  my apiireciutiou of the earnestness and care which you have displayed ir. dealing with 'many important subjectf- that have occupied   your  attention.  "The   present,   satisfactory  of   the   provincial   finances   and  prosperous  condition      of   the  ing   industries   of   the   country  proofs    thai   the measures , passed by  you   at   previous  sessions      of        the  legislature   have achieved  the.   lesirerl  results.  "I thnuik yon for the supplies  granted for the administration of  t-he  province,   and  I   am    glad'to see  MANY MORE STEAM  LOGGING PLANTS  The Nanaimo. Herald of this morning says:  The presence of Mr. Reg-an,. chief  Timbov-.Ranger' for the Canadian  Pacitic':-Railway, .accompanied as he  ���������is, by. .'��������� Mr-.. W". ��������� Lones, also in  the employ of the Company in the  city, yesterday recalls the fact that  the time for continuing the exploration of tbe 10. &' N. (Land Grant,  so energetically pushed last fall  by several ���������parties; ,'working; at different points, all under the ,...charge  Of. -Mr, Regan ' is now drawing near. It has been'������������������'recently.- stated by Mr. Uennis,; who has  absolute authority , in the province, that large tracts of land  will be. 'cleared up this season on  the E. &: N. Orant. A dozen or  'more logging 'plants; of the same  kind used so successfuily":'"'hT~ ���������* the  .Slntei'of ���������-Washington, costing a-  lioui. ������2,500 each will ; be ��������� set to  work within a lew weeks. Mr. Regan, who left for Cumberland last  evening, will arrange while up there  for continuing lhe exploration of  th" land grants between Nanaimo  nnd   Cumberhind,       this      will be  completed, Mr. Regan states before  lhe Ist. of May. Ue is non-coinmit-  ral       as     to      the   building'     plans  of tlie C.P.1.C, whether the road  north, will be .'begun this season  or not, and this has not as yet >  been given out by the , C.P.R. oili-  cials, but it s certain that the extension of the road north from  Wellington will be undertaken soon.  It   may be  that    only  surveys    .will  b-e  settled   this   season   and      actual  ������������������ '. - i  construction   begun .next   year,      but i  it   is    at  any  rate  very   certain that,  the   country   from   Nanaimo       north  will be   tho(oughly   looked    over and i  ���������thousands ,of  places ,'bought    or  tab- '  en     up   before   next  autum. |  Mr.   Regan   states    that  the.     land  office   is being flooded   w ith       letters  from   people,   making   rnqiitries        a  i  bout 'conditions     on  the  Island  and  the' chances  for   securing   land.    Nu- |  mi imo  is  so   situated       that it   will  benefit,   gnjatly     by   tlie     settlement,  of   the   lands    north,     it.   is    therfore  very .satisfactory,   to hivve .Mr. -Began  so early   in* the  season   again      preparing to   take up   the   work  of cruising   the   route     between   Comox  am!  Wellington,     so  that the    lend      department   of   thc   C. P.It. 'will      have,  full   details    to    give   out to       prospective  settlers,     nnd     all   this tend  ing   to   advance   the   date   of     actual  construction   of   the   railway  North.  Defaulting Teller.',  Toronto",' March 1:3.���������Edwin St.  George liahwell, defaulting teller of'  Crown bank and .;his wife, formerly  N'jra.h Hector "v-\vere, committed for.  trial Jij1.,.poliWJ-inagisti:aiii.���������Ilx.'nisoir  yesterday afternoon, on evidence  presented as to; the guilt ^in' matter of the stolen $10,000 from the  Crown bank.    .'��������� t.   ���������  AFFLICTED .'WITH RHEUMATISM  "I was and am yet alheted with  rheumatism," says Mr. J."C. Haytie,  editor of the Herald, ���������Atldiiigton, Indian T.srritory., "but thanl.s to Cham  berlain's Pain Balm am able once  more to attend to business. It is the  bes't of linaments." If troubled  \vitli rheumatism give Pain Balm a  trial and you are certain to be more  tlia.ii pleased with-the prompt .relief-  tvhicli. it affords.. One application relieves the pain. For sale by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  M"M~H-  -������-:H-^i-:^-:tr^x^:  ���������Jr.- I  kSI  JC  nis  to  the  the iberal provision made for ex-  p. iiditiice   on   public   works.  "In releasing you far a time from  t lie performance of your legislative work, 1 sincerly hope that lhe  lu'.ors of the session may tend still  .net her to promote the welfare oi  tli j people. i\nd prosperity of / the  pi ovince."  'lhe   lion.    Mr.    Fulton,    provincial  secretary,  then  said:  Mi-.   Speaker    and  Gentlemen    of   lhe  Legislative   Assembly.  tt. is his honor the lieutenant,  g-icernor's will ^tnd pleasure that  Ilie   legislative     assembly   be pro  rogued until il shall please his lion  oi to summon the same for dec-  put ch of busiuess, and this provincial legislative assembly is hciv-  b.\    prorogued accordingly.  AT TlIK   PKKSIDKNT'S  UKQUKSP  Indianapolis, March i:i.���������With the  special (omtnittce of United Mine  Workers called in response to the  request, of President .Roosevelt to  make efforts to avoid a strike of  all ioal miners in the,( United States, there will be a discussion ' "of  the plans for a joint\ conference  with the bituminous operators in  li'idiniuipolis next week. The miners  convention     opens Thursday.  IMIKPABKD  FOR   S.E1GE.  France, Alarch, , "lo.���������The population gi the town of Coucoiiron about,  liuy mites from here, is determined  lu resist the taking of inventory of  the church under the church and  slate separation law. 'lhe doors  are heavily barricaded, aiid strong  gratings have been fastened across  this windows. A hundred men are  armed with rilies and provisioned for  a long seige. and are installed inside   the   building..  POPE PREDICTS  BID DAYS FOR  FhthCr-CATHOLlCS  Borne, March 13.���������The Vatican  bos been following the French cabinet crisis with the keenest interest.  but its solution is considered io  complete the disaster to the Cath  olic church in France A prominent prelate exclaimed lodny:"\Ve.  have fallen from the frying pan  into the lire." The Vatican authorities received a despatch today saying the composition of the  cabinet will not be officially nr-  nounced until tomorrow, because today being the thirteenth day of  the  month   is , considered   unlucky.  The Ponlil'f smiled sadly when  this information was conveyed to  him, saying: "Evidently, being a  Tree thinker, ' does not exclude  supersitition. Had days are preparing for the dear, dear Catholics  in Franco,"  CANADIAN  NEWS NOTES  Kind  of  Job  Done Promptly and  WELL  At  Immigrants Arrive.  Halifax, March '13.���������Dominion line  steamer Kensington arrived here  last, night from Liverpool with 1 ,-  4 00 immigrants ��������� selected by the Sal  vat ion army and sent to Canada io  take'iip lauds   iu the West.  A HUGE SUM.'  Chicago, Alarch, 13.��������� Prices of  the traction stocks sulYercd >��������� sev-  erly today, on both the New York  and Chicago Stock exchanges. .It  is estimated by local financier.-,  that the decision of the supreme  court yesterday ' has wiped out the  franchise belonging ' to the Union  Traction Company valued at anywhere from .-7f.il.000,001.) to  000,000.  Totally  Destroyed.  Thedford,     March, 13.���������A. S. Johnson's general     store was totally   destroyed   by   lire  yesterday.   Loss     is  about  $30,000.  .?s.-,  HIGH   PRICKS  ftosfon.    March    13 ��������� Nevada  anil  Boston     consolidated      were the prin ,  cipal    features      in   todayjs       copper j  Death   of  Railway  Official.  Toronto,   March   13.���������Win.    Cormal  ly,-for   many   years      agent,    of   late  years   superintendent    of   the    Union  Station      Grand     Trunk Bnilway  in l his .city. died this morning of  anameia. lie was GOyears of ago  In the early sixlie:. Mr. Corn-tally was a baggage man and. hiier  ���������became   passenger    conductor. lie  took charge of Union Station on  Usui,     as   agent,     and  in      I S'.Ml was  market. th'*   former      clnsm  10   and   the   latter      at  mining   stocks   were ���������quiet  .ippointed   superintendent.       He  ' tired   last    month   on   u< count,   of  IMS. 'otliM^ ���������'���������'���������*"ll-  at  ill  Small   Pox   Ibyges.  hou  doih  snh-  aud  of        Money  of   the   ."io- \  A   SMART. RKPOBTl'lR. ;     I'owmnin ilie,   Out..    March   13���������This  Toronto,' .March,    1.3.-The pub-*, town     has  live cases of    small     po*c.  icafion   vcMtcriiny   by   the       Toronto ; Latest,   vict ime   being   Captain    King.  a   noted    ISisley  marksman,    who     is  quarantined     in his residence.  Fi.r  Stanley  Cup.  stale  the  lead-  nr''  World of what was purported to  be a report. of-the University com  mission of the. Provincial government, has-. resulted in a warrant  being issued for the arrest, ol* 0.  Mcintosh Fisher, a reporter on Unit,  paper. The warrant, 'which was  issued on information of Messrs.  Warrick Pros., and Butter, printers,      charges. Fisher*     with     steal-'t rust ee   of   tin*   Slnnle.v  ing documents, the property of the  Ontario government, containing cer  tain information. Fisher is said  lo have- induced a messenger of a  printing   firm who     was      on   his   I  way     to     ,lodge  Meredith     with ud  ICenora, Our., March 13.���������Dr. baid-  lawi! president of the Thistle Lock-  ey Club wired this morning gn  behalf   of the   club      to    P.' P.  Boss.  cup at Ottawa, challenging for that trophy.  This action was decided upon at  a special meeting of the executive  called   this   morning.  Office  1st Avenue  HHai  W.  SILER  GrENEKAL LXPEESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  m.  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  J. PIERCY & GO.  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD    BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE DRY GOODS  VICTORIA, B. G.  ' Killed   lly   Dynamite..  vance.1   proofs!"   to   enter" his   (Fish-|      Cohlwater.    Out.    March    13.-  ers*   house   where     a   set.   of      proofs    .v",l,,,K   "u'n   l,a"v*      ^rmsM-mig  was   abstracted. ���������  Foiich.-r.      were   fatally  \ injured   a                       J a   dynamite   explosion    on   the  NOTICE  From this date the undersigned  will not be responsible foi any indebtedness incurred except on ������  written order signed by the secretary  Rowland  Machin.  V.  I.   EXPLORATION & DEVEL  OI'MENT  CO.,  LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria. B.  C. M*v   IRt.h. IPO*  MORE TROUm.K  AT MOSCOW     | (''  Moscow.    March  13.��������� Fears     of     a ! ,in'  r: --i I road   strike   are   growing. The  N'irhohts   station   was  occupied       by,  Two  and  by  nc.v  R.      sucibur.v      lo   the    Toronto  near   Western      river      yesterday.       Thev    were    both conveyed  to   this 'place   on   a-  sleigh   for  treat-  HAY, GRAIN and  FARM PRODUif  Orders will be delivered 'atiywherr  in the city promptly and at the lo v  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie'i,  oa  Ik*  troops   tonight.  ment.      but    died     before  here.  reaching \ Ea-planadi.  James Warnoclr  *  ?  4  flanufactiirers of the  t  4  ���������'  .;-:  ;      ,    ������ In   Britfsh Colun.bia  J    Lager  Beer   and Porter      Guaranteed   Brew  i    ed from the Best CanadiaW Malt   Run   Hops  4- . "   ���������    :���������'- LAC /SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  .      PIANOS,      ORGANS.   AND HOUSEHOLD'   KCRN1TUR1   MOVED  PROMPTLY  A   Nl)   SAFELY.       "  Stables in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.     Leave orders at   the  Abbots ford.  A. J. WASKET, PROP  Miners' Drilling Machines,  "���������lade to order and Repaired at short notice.  Drill sharpened by     us     always gives satisfaction.  Picks hand! ed and repaired.  Shipsmithing    in    alV    its   Branches  tfor������esrJoers and Genera! Backsmitns.  R. WRIGHT  ���������fuller-Street ���������'���������-  -Ladysmith, B ^  >i*.m+m+m-rm;tim*m*������������m*m*m*m^*^ ,  f      LIVERY, BOARDiNQ AND *  %  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS   WORK   A   S1PECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  LAQYSVHT  ���������5 PHONE 66  ������  ������������������'���������  LIGHT TEAMING  Wobd and fiar.c fjr Si!2  SEE  J.   KEMP.   OR  LEAVE    ORDERS   WITH  - W.CARTER,-  CIRRT AVENUE  PHONE      6-0  NOTICE  LADYSiVUTH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     oa  Roberts   Street and  pay Water     Rates, between the 10th    and the 25th of each month.  Office Foirs I P. M. 4.30  T.I BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  H  Public  Notice  Attention is called to the   fact that th������  Ogiivie Flour nills  Co,   Limited  makers of  ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR,     have for some time  past been producing flour in a   Taslly   improved and purifl   ���������   form  by  the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control of    a-H the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity ol x dvising  the  public  th������t *ny  ��������� '" \    ���������  orized users of the electrical   Hour  purifying processes  wil-    -* pro-^  ipcuted.  Ogiivie Floxir Mills Compauy LJaiitad  are +3ia    oaly     millers ia  Oauaia  whsso   Flour  | is purified by tlie Electric Process  DAY  SCHOOL Ladysmith Temple No.  5  Rathhone  Usual subjects taught; also lan- Sisters meets at the Oddfellows' hall  guage** drawing in pencil and cray- 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7.30 p.m__  ons,  paint ng  in   oils  and  water col-   ^    ^^ ^ secretary;  ors, pianoforte a.nd vocal lessons gi*?- ;  __  en in classes or individually. !  MISS  BERTRAM,        j UNITED   ANCIENT      ORDER   OF  Ladvsrnith.   B    C ! DRUIDS   ; Wellington Grove  No   4 U.   A.  0.  D  i    Meets   in the I' 0. 0 .F. IIa.il, Ladysinith,    the   Second   and      Fourth  j Wednesdays of each month, cominenc-  SlirgeOfl  Dentist |ir.g Wednesday.  13th.. "1905.  . B. Diei  A.U work  juaranteed, and at re������.9i  xhXti rates.  RESIDENCE  AND  OFFICE  Gatacre St. Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALI. HOURS.  Visiting Druids     are invited to at-  find.  Hy Oriler.  WM   RAFTER, Reef Secty.  VATRICK BURK.'N. A. ..    t -.  si������.'  THB ���������'-DAttJV  /"  ^7 * i-  Local Items  FOR   SALE  Twelve Head of Cows and  Mi! Route Apply P. O.  Box 99.  naX'aimo:  (From the Herald.)  Soma  [iXciLiiig* games     of  billiards  are  being- played        at   the  imo  club  rooms these days.  -Vana-  ��������� ���������'.    FOR SALE.  THREE HOUSES���������Situated     ono  on  Roberts     street, between Fourth  and Fifth Avenue, 48x3-1, two storey.  Two', on  Roberts street between 5th  and. fill*'- avenues,'2fix28  cottage and  2'lx26.      A   snap.    Apply  Cus" Hill's  .Store,  Roberts street.  corner Photographer, has opened his  .-fudio at Ladysmith. Today and for  the next ten days Cabinets at $3.00  per  dozen.    Campbell's  Corner.  Mr.   J.   Wind las  arrived   from  iiiiimo an the morning train.  Na-  Alr.  J. Richards arrived from Nana  imo on  the nine o'clock  train.  lUis-s  Anderson-of North fie Id  i.s visiting friends in this. city.  -Mayor  Nicholson   went   up  to   Na-  naiino  todav.  Mrs. and .Uiss Eno were passengers  to Nuiiaimo at noon todav.  IUi*. Win. Beveridge went up to Nanaimo today.    ���������'���������'���������'  j\li\ II, S. Weiiirolxi returned  the morning train 11.0111 a trip  Vancouver. ���������  on  to.  Ulr.    G, R. Robsoii of th? Hudson  Ray  Company was  in this  city      on  business -yesterday and Uu's  morning.  The .board of licensing commissioners, Mayor���������������������������Nicholson; Aid. Campbell  and Win: Nicholas, meet in the city  hall   (his   evening. .  Mrs. McICinnon of Nanaimo arrived  from that city on the, morning train  on a visit; to her daughter, Mrs. Ja*.  A-dam.  The cold weather of the present  time' tiosen'l remind us at all of  hay-makingi and sunstrokes.  Great quantities of codfish are  being- brought in by local fishermen. -..���������.'������������������        .  ��������� Quite  a  number   of   familes are  moving'into Nanaimo of late."��������� Tliety.  are   not   many empty houses, ,  Farm '.lands on - Vancouver Island are,, boand to .be, valuable, 20  acres is worth more in 'this section, if good land, than n square  mile-  in  .othor'parts   of'the-     lJojiiiii-  ion.  i.. ,  . ���������  The new o/Iice of the Klectrk-  Light. Company is being- fixed up  neatly and  conveniently.  S.uv log's are selling runflily in  booms along- the mainland at .$''>.  per   ihousaiicl.  llr. 15cckwit.Ii docs nol scorn to  be particularly disappointed . be-  e'en.m*. he is on his way lo Cum  hei'lcind instead of lo Ottawa.  Ami- now that.r th-e legislatare has  adjourned' let us dwell one with  another,   m   amity 1 and  peace.  There   is   nothing-    new     to    report  about, the disappearance     of     James  llaslam.'     There  .seems,     to   be       nn.  hope  lefl      that he 'may be still     :t-  livcV  .��������������������������� ��������� '  . Tin1 people living- tit Brenton's  f'po.ssino- who sent t\ pet it inn some  w'ce':s ago to the C.P.R. for regular rates fronr" their statio-n.  instead of paying fare from South  Wellington" south. or Larlvsinii h  north, have been promised by the  O.P.R. officials that iho. matte:-  will  be  arranged.-.  MEN'S  St/H they  come��������� The  Prettiest Fange we have  ever shown, and, more to  follow-Your Dress is  Not Complete to-day  without a Fancy Vest-  We invite you to look  through our Stock-Not  many of one kind but  lots cf kf'fids-Ycu will  P :m  v w  i JICc'S'  ft>i  ffrf!?  -  fli~  FLOREXCE .I'l-i-.VOLhV.  11 ������������������ aw  Walters&  Akenhead  ACROSS  THE      SEA.  Thc first play  to  bo 'prosentivi'Miere;  hy      the     Pringlc.,.Stool*   Company,  v,hicli opens at the opera house Monday  evening  for  a one-week 'cngage-  progranmio. each  'pdrforma'ricc. ���������   During the action  of, tht*   various 'plays .  many  pleasing' specialities  will, bo in-  troducofl.    '.flic company  isclieane<l by  merit, ��������� will l:c  Uic'delightfiiLeoniedy.-...Miss  Lansing  Rowan: and. Marry Fa-  ���������Irania "Across the Sea." ���������  luiey,      and;   comes here -direct from  There  will he an en tire change     of   Watson's Theatre,  Victoria'..'.':,;..'  'vtnat  Mr. Win, 'Russell, paymaster for  the' Wellington Colliery -Company', is  spending the afternoon in Wellington  <!M bneiness.-  Walkover' Shoes   for  men  in  all Sfvlcs��������� Blair &  Adam.  .'Smoke. Little B. Cigars.  M. Weinrobc of Vancouver brother  ol B.S. Weinrobc of this city, has  bought, out T. W. Fletcher's secondhand store and is removing the same  to Vancouver, where it will Ik: sold  at auction.  -Mrs. V. Walk-em who has j.eon spend  ing several days with JWrs. R. J.  JJowen at the Rectory, returned to  .Nanaimo at noon todav.  Tli 13-MAT���������  .',--.  A   return   wrestling match hasheen  iirr.ingod  to   take place  at  tho   Van-  cot: er opera house on the     27Hi ..of  'March ������������������between  Sinchiir   Swanson  of  See notice of the City Rand's St.  Patrick Concert elsewhere in this issue.  ��������� :  ������.  . ���������'���������    - ' "��������� " ��������� ��������� ,  MARINE NOTES  S.S.      A1 ki is  due to load  buiiKci*.  coal here.      ���������  -'���������"*' -/* ��������� .j. -*   ���������  S.S. .Wellington will   he in  for coal  tomorrow.   .   '  *   * . *���������  The Transfer arrived   oirtime this  S.S;;. Bermuda and .scow- were in'ut  Die  wharf for  coal  for the mainland  this morning. '_���������;,.;  *   *  .* - ' ��������� -  , (hie of the crew of the S.S.   Comeric  nrrivcd   in   town  today  with the  expectation   of  finding his  ship here.  He  lefl   the  boat on a vacation       a  short time ago,   ree'eivincf  orders   to  rejoin at. Ladysmith., The",. diner ic is  silk collars  lace collars  Windsor ties  silk belt?  fancy neckwear  SecufeYpiir.C-holce  are Selling: Rapidly  SMJ^^S^W  GATACRF. ST  iV&f  morning and '.left lagain" for Vancouver, hot  here and   the local  -/-tipping', au.  at iw'iie. o'clock..  ...':���������*        *        *  '  -  S.S. Tees was in port for coal on  her  way north 'thismorning.  Ihcritics-' have, received no noti/ica-  1.1 ion"of her whereabouls, nor do they  [! now for certain whether- she will'  ���������.j coal'--here or at. NYuwumo. -  ��������� ��������� ;  Smoke Little B. Cigars.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby gh-en that I in-  lend to apply at the next sitting  of the License Board of the' City of  Ladysmith B.C., for a transfer of  the retail li<j'Uor license now held ny  me for the premises known/; as tlie La-  dysmith   Hofel,   situated,-on- Lot  9,  Mr.  I).     Thoniiis  is leaving      h..,      .... -        -     ,  --         ,  ranch at .the head of the bay and  is Ni;!ia,"'������-   the wel1  "o���������  cliampian    Jjlock 27j to Robt   Scott an<J   Alex.  moving his familv to Beck's property llSlit^S1,'t. ^ Alr.Blalsuda, of Van- ]Smiik;  at South  Wellino-ton.  He has rented COircr'' who m^e such a good show.;  the iVorth Oyster farm  to Mr.  Vow- in-  iU Uic Cit>'  lfa"  ou ]V'iU"dl   ,st*   '  els,   the milkman.  The  football   boys,  seniors  ?nri   intermediates,  will  turn  out   to  practice regularly during the week.     The  seniors sho-:Id  Le in the best  of condition fur the match on Saturdav.  It i; rumored  that several  prominent  hiisiness men of Vancouver are baci<-  "in;.*;   Matsuda.    ft  is  stated   on  accu-  raL* authority  that  there will   be a  sidis'iet of. $1,000.'lhe entire  gate re-  cei..fs,  after .deducting  the  expenses  will  go  to the  winner. This   promises  lo i,e the most interesting match ever  held   in  V-ancomer  as  the  public-  is already aware that each  man  is a  nif.sLer in  the art of wrestling.-News  Ad ertiser.  G-jnliglit Soap is better tnan otlior acapt  Or.!: il best when need in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Soap and follow directions.  Now that the House has closed no  doubt the time is short until Chief  Commissioner Green will'lie in Ladysmith inspecting the proposed routes  for the approach lo tlie Dominion  wharf.  Mrs.      W.  Hunter and  Mr.  Wilson  Dunn   returned from Sacramento, Cal       -i there is anything you    want  in  today,  bringing back Mrs. Dunn, who     lie Drug or patent medicine line you  was tak-m seriously ill  at Sacrainen-    Ti'l   find   it at    the Ladysinith   Drug  to a forinight ago.   Mrs. Dunn's con-   Store,  dition, her many friends will  |>e pleas  ed to hoar is ��������� improving,   the journey  having apparently  no  had  effects  on  the in .aiid.  NOTICE.  Cne hundred  dollars  ($.100.00)  will  he  giv.cn  to  anv  person   or   |������ersons  Tom,'., [��������� he rv-rrl'-ior Social _01i*'s   who  will  give sufficient information  lo  lead  to  the-conviction  of the person   who  killed two cows   owned   by  lhe   undersigoed,   on  Galiano  Island  f.n  ihe 22nd of l-'cliruary.     The   ani-  F.  W.  MILLAR  by his atty. in fact,  MARGARET  A.   REID  Dated at Ladysmith  the 10th day of  March,  l.'JOG.  era House  ��������� ONE VVEKK.  STARTING���������  M^day, i3rc!i 19th.  , L<\NS������N.:  f O'^ AN,  HARRY FAHRNRY  and the  PRINGLr:   COMPANY  5^ssss^^sfsasscS^&^!i*^*a'5^^ .  RINGS BROOCHES  WATCHES       '   'PICTURES  BOOKS     ::FOUNTAIN .PENS  T.  We will give you ihe above articles if y  u  return us  Iwan  Soap  . G.  Merchant Tailor; ���������';':  .������������������-���������]������������������ ''[.{'���������.   '���������"���������',���������; (ist Avenue;       -..���������.; ; ,; .'���������-,-  Spring Stock on hand. GafI early arid  get your choice  ���������������  We  areifiakirig them 01 the Newest   ''^aiUnvancJ Laies*  :./VL:'y.-vV.Style&.-; ������������������'���������': ,.,���������   ��������� \-:\:.  ���������WE^DO ALL KINDS OF FOUNDRY WORK  :f;.     Our Prices are Reasona hie  iour Sttyes, at Lsdysmiih Hardware Company .  LADYSrtlTri   IRON & STOVE WORKS CO,, LTD.  Whiltc  'iii  r������r*ij^ic**L*ti"3**iWcr-w.,**t,-ji-iJCJ^."i_r'  Di I  n  JhB  y u 11 \ n  * S, 8 s i      ���������;  Iff  ! 1  Uf   \ tu.  lui   w     nU  wo  ���������rtiir���������,;-7^^.���������^.r^T^^!r.���������T^*:;T:^���������T^".^^':^^'^tn".'T.^"^'-*^*S-"T*1^-E^^  >.y*.i.:.������:'J#.'~������!l'V.i:'>\*2K^  ON DECK WITH THE-GOODS  $"&* ^Kit ^KK am ^  regular  dance  takes  place in Gould':-  hall.    .M  aniecling of the club held  on . .Mviidav  iiiclil"  il wns decided      lo  give a fall   in lhe o.:c-ra house nn April   27.   The   r.-!i:i)-'  l.rcxsiirer  reported   ma]s  were i^f11ecl  two hundred  (200)  a large surplus on hand and the*triicrn-  bcrs  arc .determined   lo  spare no  e\*  yards    east  of Porlier  Pass  Lig-h  ho'ise.    The  heads   and   hides       were  pense   lo   make  the  all'air  a huge  sue-   rmilld   ()lliri(1(I  in  1])e K;UH|.  .IAS  WARiVOCK".  cess.  I  MONDAY NIGHT  tap tlie M  C'.nv.v.re. of Play Night-}'  PLEA Si NG SPEC I ALTr I-S  Prices 25c, 35c,  and. 50c.  Seats 011  Sr-iit- at    li.    Eorciuiuier's,  il ft y f P W ^   m ft ft ?i &  flcGregor   and   Scotch Kfnsr FOGTBA  BAS  T   C  == TENN  fcji  s  ���������������*_TJi.g*;tjig i"KtJ* ���������  Wl)i  n ll       ft  Smoke Pig I'.. Cigars  Smoke Li I tie P. Cigars.  .���������mat*;  THSE  Wa8k������ver  Shoe  for  Havincr secured   the agency of    the  AMERICAN WALKOVER SHOE  we are  determined  lo   put   h'e   fore thc  public the Most Stylish shoe ever shown   in Lady   smith.  These goods are fiuar-  anli.wl      and     the. Prices  arc   Right.  See   the different Styles   in   our big window.  Boarders Wanted  BOARD      AND     LODfllNC'i  Doing  under little   expense,   Boarders  secure tlie  Benefit.  $21 Per Month  ...   G.  ROSSI,  Buller  Street.  BROOKS'  PHOTOGRAPH    STUDIO  Is Again Open  VICTORIA   CRESCENT     op p os i te Pi re >H a 11  Nanaimo, B. C.  fiODL iftlLii, 11! ILlilIuii1  Our Stock  i* now  Comp'tte  in ail the  Newest  Things in  t  les,   Trolls and Lines'  INSPECTION  INVITED  The Ladvsmil Hardware Co. Lid  sias^m^mm  ,MJMn>^i'*ii\':.J^'.^\'^'^t^  r-.oi^T**^^:^v'>:-:2'-:i"^7iSSKI2S2^^  air d yldam  ���������f^js&ms^mi^assmMm^^^TSSSsx^t:  fine iMmi  ���������of-  ���������at-  fj J'5 BOOK STORE  iHillf  piiaii^  We have jusl received     from lhc . Kast a large  shii'ineiit of  HAND BAGS  I'liey arc thc NEATEST BAGS  wc inive  ever   shoWn   and   or        the  LATEST  FASHION.  PRICES FROM SI  to $5  Cil 12    in   stntl   S(*o   Th('in  COMMERCIAL HOfti  ���������MIL-and'MRS. T. J. THOMAS, late  of '-Mount '.Sicker,''and'     of  .   the  Palace  Hotel,  Nanaimo,   have     pur-.  chased the  ���������;S������PMMERCIAL HOTEL   An Douglas street,.Victoria, opposite  the city hall,  and in vile their    old  PATRONS AND KRIENDS TO VIS  IT THEM WHEN IN VICTORIA.  EXCELLENT  Train Service  ���������ETWCCN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL. QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  And tbe Principal Business Centers of  Ontario. Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Time Tables, etc., address ,  GEO. W. VAUX, !  Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Agent, c  13S ABAMB SIT.. CHICAOO, ILL. I  Prescriptions filled promptly at the  Ladysmith Pharmacy. |  After this date the price for hread  delivered at my '.Cu.st6Illers��������� houses  will he'.FIVE CENTS per loaf��������� 20  loaves for a dollar. My read is  giiaranteed the best made. Shops  run hy white help should receive  white peoples' patronage so ionij .is  they are. properly coiiducte'l. i solicit a trial as your-Baker.  C. R. DOCiLE,  THE WELLINGTON BAKERY!  NOTICE  The    partnership   existing   hot-ween'  C. II   Ruiniiiing and W. E. Rumining  carrying on    business   in the City of  Ladysmith,    B.  C,  as manufacturers  of carbonated   beverages,  etc.,  under  the firm name of  Rnmniing iiros.,  is  hereby     dissohed.       All   outstanding;  accounts must be paid to VV. E. Runi-  ming, who   will continue the business:  and pay all accounts against the firnu, ���������  of Ru'uming Bros.  C. II.  RUMMINC,  \V. E. RUMJl'iNC-.  Dated  at Ladysmith I his  281 h Day  of .Feb., -L'lOC.  SOU  Solicitor.   WAt.  ney   to    Loan  1st. Aw.iK! Lflfir5H'f H  Notice  A. HOWE, of CHEMAINUS, has opened the MEAT-  MARKET lately    run  by W. Ward, on Roberts street  WITH A FUlLjLINE OF FIRST CLASS MEATS  PORK AND SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY  A Trial 5olicitd  A. HOWE,    PH0NK 20  B. FORCIMHER  VVATCHMAKBSL   JEWKLEK,   OPTICIAN  ~~    ^     Ladysmith,  First Avenue,    X   *x.   *���������<**  B. C  ���������mwiianiii  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done  S. ROEDDNG  Orders  Promptly   Executed  LADYSMITH  * ��������������� ���������  m  .m  .'i'i  ���������M  ���������3  ������������������il  M  ������������������(.ij

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