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 -; ^ )������*,y  *-������g*  ^4  **K������  4*<  ������***  **Z,v  The Ladysmith Daily Ledger  VOL.,2  THURSDAY,  MARCH 22,   1D0C.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  WONT BOIO  10 PENTiCTON  IMMEDIATELY  Wimijcg,   Man.,  March  22.���������Speaking  on     the subject of  the Midway-  DECLINES TO  DISCUSS HiS  \i  HP  Will   i  BUILD 4  HEW NAVY  London, March   22.���������The Tall  Mall  says   it   hears    thai.  The  World says:-���������Mr.  Charles Wil  t:oii,    K.C.,   returned  this  afternoon' ] G������/������tte  today  Pcnticton line,  Mr.  Francis  Bustecd, ' hom  Ottawa, looking in  f,nc* fettle,    the   Russian  government has  prepar-  assistant .r.hief engineer  of tlie C.P.    Retting     rid of these cares of oflice   <j,i  u  naval prograimne involving the  It.,   to-'ay  staled  to  a press' cones- ,|has certainly  had  no  ill  eflccts     on   oxr-ndituic   of "-J 100.000,000 during  pendent: J>in>  physically. >;!As   1o  his  residua-    th. llcxL Lw  "There    is    nothing in the rumor  ' tion the ixsascnV therefore    arc    as       ' ������  that -the C.P.R.  will  construct- tin    great  a mystery as" ever. , He  pod-  line.   We ha\c  had survey   tarties out   ti*ely. diclinod/to discuss 'his  nsig-  for some time   out there is no    im- 'na'licn or'to say^anyihing ij Jmit poli-  rnediatc intention  to  bm.'d  the  line    tif-s whatever"'. ;".la";'fact,   lie did  not  between Midway mill Penlict-m jwrnt to  'disuses"anything.   He saiil  The Canadian  Pacific Railway Co,    th.it he had had a pleasant u'ip, vs-  has  closed a contract  with  the On-  ccpt     that it     was exceedingly . <.jd  oral  Contract  Co.,  of Vanton,  Vt.,    crossing  Uie prairies.   It  was   -tire.:  for  the construction of tin miles' of  pleasant, he added,' to get nai-'c     %1  the Kooteney Central Railway   from   Kaj��������� tt, tt balmy climate and sic the  fiolden,   It.C.,  southward.  Work will   tuns   in     leaf and. the flowed      in  be commenced  at once,  ami; accord-    idoom. ''  ing to the contract must be complet-,    Mis.  Wilson 'was' sufficiently jeeov-  ed by     May 1.   The road will ulti-    ered from her recent' illness to     !;������������������  matcly be extender!  to  Wardner,     <>n   able to 'meet h'im at  the depot.  the Crow's Nest Pass line, and_ will o   open  up a valuable  agricultural   awl.pi'uxcR WILL HAVE     A     GOOD  mineral country.   The contract    for  the first ten  miles was  signed   here  yesterday by Mr. William Whyte   on! ���������<���������,-���������  behalf of the C.P.R. and Mr'. George-    Montreal,'March 2J-Movements of |fitPam������1' Tartar to the effect ulut the  If. WtSlyster, manager,of  the company   1-iince Arthur  of Connaught;     after  Mr. R.J. Lyriiatt, formerly chief reaching Ottawa on Apiil 14 havo  clerk in the office of A. Price, super- mow Ix-en Anally determined. The>  intendent of  transportation    for    the 'arc announced     as  follows:     April  20,   leave     Ottawa,     arrive  Niagara  M&NY MERCHANTS  FAVOR THE EARLY  T  FIRES STILL  RAGE III  FRASER VALLEY  OF  TIME.  years of which amount  Mi itish ship building firms will no-  cu/e a good .share. The sum of  SLVi/lOO.OOO, the paper adds, Jut;:  beninllotted for four first class hat-  Pip.q .wiiu fisom o; .lupinis 'sduison  ing   in   Japan.  -���������-- ���������-���������ti ���������  ESCAPED MOB  .  BY PRfTENDING  TO BE D-AO  The movement to close at 1 p. m. New Westminster, March 22.���������Firos  Thursdays is meeting  with good sup- continue to rage  in  all directions a  port  from  the city  merchants.     'Ihe leng   the   Fwer   valley.    On  Sunday  proprietors  of all  stuns  tisiled    up there were three big fins  in  the vi-  to  tJie present   have without a single entity of  this city,  one at  Rurnahy,  exception expu-ssed thc-msehes strong another on   Uie south   side of      the  An  from  interesting story was received  Vladivostok'     by the  C.P.R.  Canadian Pacific Railway, will this  week assume his new duties as in- Falls  spector of western lines. 'I he creation of this ollice was (heided on at  Hie recent conference of the officials  of the company in Field and Mr. Ly-  iliatt was suggested as a competent"  official of the company to fill it. His  duties in his new work will keep him  constantly on the road and he will  be occupied in traveling <.*><������ ween Fort  at   2 p.m.   spend    two  William  and    ,tlwi coast.    His work  will  lie confined  to the inspection of  an(1 <-&* Prince will arrive in  passenger  trains. - He will   be succee   ������>eal Ma>*   7-     remaining     in  hours  in Hamilton and arrive in Toron  to at G p.m. April 27, leave  Toronto April ' 28 "arrive at Halifax 8 p.m.. After remaining in  Halifax until May 1; St. John will  bo lisited.' Party 'arriving at Que  bee on evening ol fllay 3rd, from  there it is proposed to go on a  fishing  trip     to       Gatinc-au    district  Mont-  this  ded  in his former position by  McGuire.  A    ' eitv  for " fdnr davs     and'then  turning  to   England. -  ������������������  re-  DISTRICT BASEBALL  LEAGUE SCHEDULE  July 14.  'Ohcrriaihus at Chemainus,  June 3 7.  and    August'19. ' ''   '   ;  DUNCANS.  July  May  May  !l.  19,  'Jhe Herald'says: Duncans   at-Ladysmith,    April    21.  The committee appointed     to draw am,   AllguMt   1L.  u|i  a  schedule     for   the   newly       or- "chemainus at  Ladysmith,    May   0  ganized     Nanaimo    District       Base- alKi  juiv   22.  ball   League  met  last  night  in     Uie . Kanamio  at JSTanaimo,   April      13,  Athletic   'Club    and  made   a   trough   antj May    24    ���������'���������'.'"'  ���������draft   which; i.s  subject   to   the      ap- Duncans   aV Duncans,   May    1'J and  ��������� prova'l      of each  'of  the  four teams '-   -   '--      "r  entered,   namely:      Nanai.mo,       Duii-  ...  cans,    Ladysmith and  Chemainus.  Copies of the proposed schedules  ...will be 'forwarded" to the different  clubs, whose delegates will meet  in this city (5ii April 1st and adopt the same with whatever changes  m'a#. be  deemed  necessary.  Each team will play twelve games  four with each club, which will  give each team two home games,' or  a total'6'f. six games played on  home grounds.  The following is  the schedule:  " A'ANTAIMO.  Ijadysmith at N'nnaimo, April 111,  and   May  24. ,  Duncans .-at ��������� Nnr.niuio, May 3,  .lunc   16\  .Chomainus at. Kanaimo, June 1.0,  and    August   1.2.  Ija<lysmith at Ladysmith, May 18,  and   July   1.  Duncans at Duncnns, July 21, and  September  (open.)  Chemainus at'Chomainus. April 22  and   July   '1. .    ,.  LADVSMfTH.  Nanaimo  at   Lndysniith,   May     V.i,  and   Julv   J.  Nanaimo   at   Duncans,  anct   September   (open.).  La lysmith at Duncans,  and  July   T4.     _     , ,  Chcniaiiius at  Duncans,  and July   28. * ' ;  Nanaimo   'tit   Nanaimo, May. 3^and  June  1(5. *   ; '���������>.-���������'"   ���������'".���������������.,���������:...    -���������..'���������"i ,. ;���������  Ladysmith    at    Ladysmith,   ; April  21; and, August 11.       -       .:!"���������-  Chemainus.   at     Chemainus,    Juno  23,   and   August .25.  CHEMAINUS.  Nanaimo  at   Ghemaimis,   April 11,  July  4. ���������'���������'���������     , ���������������������������''       '   V   "  I,adysinith at. Chemainus,   June 17,  and   August 19.  Duncans at   Chemainus,    June   2JV  and   August.    2o.  Nunnim'u   at Naii'afinoi     June     10.  and   August  .12.  Ladysmith at Lnf'<ysmith,    May   (>,  and   July   22.  -Duncans    at     Duncans,    May    3 2,  and  July   28.  tommainder of  the fortress  of Vladivostok     was    carried  in a coifn on  board a transpoit bound to Japan in  order  to escape a riotous mob which  clamored   for his  life.    He had given  lite order to use the machine guns 0n  tlie riotous soldiery in  the streets of  the Russian port, and this had     so  roused      the feeling of  the invsurrcc-  tioiiisls  that they  had  attached the  lommaiidant's house,   \yhich  was bom  barded    and several  members  of his  household   wounded.  A report      was  circulated     that  he had been killed,  and    R.   T.  Greener,   United States  consul  to   Vladivostok,   who had ar-  ii ed in Japan, says this repott was  caused by   the fact that the      com-  iiia"dant was spirited  away  from his  house m a coflm to escape these who  sought to   kill  him.    It  would  have  been certain death for  the command-  ant to have tried to reach the trans-  1 o! t from  his house.    The residence  was-surrounded'by rioters who .clammed for his life,  and suddenly sometime shouted:  "He  is dead."  A coffin  was secured by friends ;nl carried in  to  the house.    With  slow,  mournful  tread, his  friends carried him   in the  coffin, to Uie wharf, whence the catfiii  was     ta!:tn.     onboard    a transport  bound     for  Nagasaki, and not  untl  the  vessel   was some distance     from  the   iee-fiiled  port of Siberia did the  frightened   officer emerge from .     his  shroud.'     Tlie riot of January 25th  which resulted1, in- the ordei\ i>eing giv  en to use 'machine guns on the people  iit the streets:, was  caused by  the arrest of  Dr.  Langkofi'sky,  a surgeon,  who   sympathized   with   the railvond  men  in     their strike.   :*vJr.  Greener  saw  the commandant  in  Japan   and  was   .told      he was awaiting orders  from  St.  Petersburg.-  ly  in favor of the scheme,  and   will  willingly   close   their  establishments  at      the specified hour  on Thursdays  upon condition   that  the  rule  is" general.  This  is,   of couise,  ii������o*st  r-easora-  blc,  and  as stated in   these columns  last evening, no merchant' could     be  expected     to close if     an opi-oeition  tradesman  remained  open.    Howwer,  as  tlie movement appears to  be very  popular, there seems to. be every probability <jf     the plan -being adopted  shortly.   There are still  the views of  a few merchants to, ,lie ascertained ami  these gentlemen   will  be called  u] on  in   the course  of   the njxt  day       or  two.  PRESIDENT  KAY WRITES  THE EAGLE  Tlie "Eagle" contains the following interesting items coiictrn rig the  local aerie written by. Air. 11. Kay,  the president: "  liver, and one beyoi.d Sapper I on. The  I'urnaby f.re    threatened the B.     C.  Klectric power    house, and Nun \ rr  Glover called  out a l������rge  body       of  employees and volunteers to figjil the  (lame's, and later Chief Watson sent  a fire  engine and  crew  to  gelpmmm  afire  engine'and  crew  to   help    The  i isk t o the power house was so yjreatt  that   the engine  remained  o������       the  scene all night.   The fire Lcyond Sap  i>eiton caused apprehension   for      the  safety of the Fruser river  mills, bid  ! oth  mills and    the  Burr.aby power  house  were  perfectly safe  yesterday,  ���������lioth Ores having practically ditd out.  Hie  fire on the hill, beyond South  Vancomer,     however,    continues  to  grow in size and intensity,  having a  large stretch of timber  to feed upon  and fpars are entertained  for    some  of the ranchers whose places are with  'ii the fire zone.  r;p river also, at Hammond, Who-  :icck mid Larigley, and also back of  e Pitt Meadows, bis fires are raging, and although no ranches are reported as 'having been burned out,  several have spent some anxious days  and nights and many have lost fences and some farm buildings.  IMPOUND flat:  SELLING H1GI  Ottawa, March 21���������Sir Wilfred  Laurier announces tonight that th-i  director of geological survey will bJ  appointed next week and it will  not be JJi'. Uell, the present act-  nig director.  Mr.   Alclniyre,   Liberal  member   ior  South   Perth    wants   to   reform   the  senate by  abolishing life tenure,  limiting    din at ion     of   ollice   to      throe  parliaments     and  providing        compulsory   retirement   when     a   senator  icaches   the  age   of  80  years. ������  ci'iilcou pmui.e l/ills introduced    to.  uay unions   iiumji     tuns    representiii^  i������ciiiHuujj.-> ti.ua   I'eiiow   titmu,     l\-i)0*--  enuo   and   AriowiieuU,      ^UK.sup    and  oiouaii,     is.   v.'.   Soutiiuin,   c'oiuuilji.i  and ivooL'-'iia^,    1\.   ic   A.   \aneou\er  ana JjUHi   Jsiaud,   Whue   Horse     and  Alseilc.  1'iemitr Laurios told a deputation  oi tne i_,yriU Ailianev unu 'trades  and Labor Congress that they must such a comparatively low figure is'  endeavor lo roach an agreement because the pack of Alaskan tails Wil  with Hebrews and Sevenih Day ad- enter into competition with them ti  \cnusu in .order to meet t.he re- ' inconsiderable extent, according to-<"  liyious scrui.les of those bodies a~ statement made today by a localca  bout, the obhi'i'vaiK e  a   day of   rest.  Vancouver, . March 22.���������Because  opening prices for the scckeye salmol  pack of 1906 are running hig*i as fal  as   half-pound    flats  are concerned J  some Fraser River and nortliern can  ners fear that there.may be an ovc  production    of this particular sized  can,  with the result that the price  will be hammered down.  Already some sales have been' m'ndl  on the .future pack in this city and  on Puget Sound. While the locall  sales have not been very hea-vy, thej  have been sufficiently large to i  cate that the prices for the 1906 pacl  will be good, perhaps the best, ew&i  recehed.  The sales made to date arc reporti  ed to have been on the basis ofl  }i7.50 per case for half-pound,flats,I  and ' approximately $4.50 per case foj  tails.   The reason ,talls arc (quoted ad  oi   Sunduy   as   "e"-  ���������o-  *  An advertising rate war is now  on bfetweoii New West.minstler's two  daily papers, the-' 'Columbian and  the News. The corporation of the  city recently call oil for tenders for  advertising   rates   'Ho    which the  News   offered  to  do  the.  work   .     for  live   cents   a   line   while      the        Col  uinbian  offered   to   do  it   for nothing  An   interesting  light  is   expected.  Angeles mar. who holds a grudge  against him, to -defame his character,     and   that   when   he  goes     on  To say  that Ladysmith,   No-  C86,  is  uiuKiug  a name for ijtself is       to  speak  the  truth unadulterated.   When  accepting the oflice  of Worthy   President,   I found    .matters   in  cvcellrnt  shape,'.due to Pnst .Worthy'President  Ren  FoTCimmcr, _whose indefatigable  efforts  while yet in-the chair makes  my task an easy cmo.   I find besides,  when  surveying 1he different       stations, a set-of officers that any president  may well be  proud of. During  the  two  months'   incumbency of   the  picsent    board  f have always   found  all     on" them to be prompt and   at  their   post ready to do whale er  n\uy  be necessary for I he benefit of ICagle-  dom.    The pleasure of appointing - ^ ���������  social committee for the term was re  cenlly     mine,    and there was much  cause for elation in  being enabled to  choose  from   such  splendid   material,  and had we   had  ten  times  our  present      membership   a better  seh'Jtion  to.ild not -have, been made.   This vuts  more evident and amply demonstrated by the perfection of their arrangements  for our January social   when-  not a single., hitch occurred and thing.-/  were  kept lively right up  until  midnight.    An   excellent  programme 3a i  been  arranged.-:The presence of roany  ladies  added   materially  to  the  success  of  the  affair  and  lout a. more  .homelike -.appearance   to  the     very  happy surroundings.  The  plan  of receiving  ladies       at'  Kaglc  socials  I consider a good   idea  and I.'will'.say  otigiit to be encouraged.  The   ball committee  who.  had      in  hand  wic arrangements of  the     hall  recently held  by us are (reserving    of  great praise  for  they  worked     like  Trojans   in     carrying   out   the work  allotted to each.  The     great  success of this  event,  which  look  place, on  February 21st,  was due to  their individual and combined  efforts.    1 am  plenscd  to     say  the ball  was  a success both  socially  and financially and   voted  by all the  greatest     event  in   the history       of  Ladysmith.    I for one thoroughly ap-  PROBABLY  BE WORK  The insurance investigation .which  resumed today continues to revetu,  a condition ol id'aira which to say  ibe     least     is  alarming. Several  Canadian companies were under the  searchlight today. For instance,  'icgarding the Royal Victoria, it  was stated that the Company had  impaiied its capital, but Superintendent Fitzgerald had taken no  TOIlAD^lAl / action in the matter for six months.  -IVlOKKUW The investments of the Sun' Life.  North American and Imperial Life  were under review during the day.  S.S. Reidar, bound, from 'Frisco Mr. Shepley, counsel " for the cont-  for Ulis port will arrive early to- missioners, sent out a list> of qucrf-  morrow morning, so that in all pro- tions to every insurance Company  liability work will be resumed in the In Canada doing business finder fed-  mines m the morning. 'lh"s is the 'oral license. These questions Hvero  first idle day for   tlie miners for sev-' <>f   the most unquestionable    .nature  the   witness-stand   Ivo  will  tell      th  cause of  their  hard feelings.     He de   predate   the  good work   done by this  clarcs   that   there   was  nothing  to  THE DESERT MINE  SO RICH IN GOLD  plain  These     are      persecutions  ing    to    Scott   intended    to  The  story  of   Scott's     mine in  Death Valley will he told if the  New York men succeed in getting  Scott, the discoverer, into court,  at least, so they think. Tccports  from  Sen   Ber . Uernardino  says:  Los Angeles, March 20��������� a special to the Express from San Uernardino   says:  "Warrants have been sworn out  here for the arrest of Walter Scott,  the 'Mysterious miner.' "William  Keyes and 'Shorty' Smith, charging them willi assntilt. with deadly weapons oh. Dr. Johnson, president of the National Insurance Co,  of New York; A. W. St. Clair War  iter. B. Scott. A. Y. Pearl, A.W.  Owen. and .T. J. Tiartigaii, all  members      of  the   Scott    party      nt  was ser-  and in which  Warner  Scott,  iotilsy  wounded.'"  The warrants are the result' of an  investigation by the Son Bernardino country authorities into the  alleged ambush at -Wing-ale' Pass  in Death Valley, on February 2(1,  when Warner Scott, was seriously  wounded   from   ambush.  Portland. March 20���������No warrant  has reached ��������� either the police deportment or the sheriff's oflice for the  arrest of Walter Scott. Chief of  police . Gritzmuclier states Hint Mr.  Scott- had telephoned to him  aft������������\noon   asking  if  he  was  thi!   alleged   assault  except  a  ease   of  tunhush.  accord-  friglTfeil  him   into  disclosing   the   location    of  the   mine.  Previous   to   this   discovery       some  men  grubstaked     Scott    to  the     extent of $4,000.     Scot  says that     he  expended   this  sum      without      locating   the  mine  and asked     for   moiv  funds   to     continue  the search.     Thi.'  New   York   men   refused      to     finance  the  scheme   further,      but   ?inee   the  discovery of   Hie   mine they have followed     him     nnd  by every      mean*  sought   to   ascertain      the       location  of  the   property,   in   order     to   form  a  basis   for   legal   prgceedings       against  Scott   to   compel     him to     di-  I vide.      Scot   added      that    he   has no  ; intention   of     runnwig  nway:       quite  Ibis   the  contrary,   ho   intends      to    goto  wanted   San Francisco next   week,  or, if that  ' committee and lender them, /heartfelt thanks for the able and efficient  manner in which (hey carried out  their, program me.  Scott told 'he Associated Press to is not enough, he will waive extre-  ni.arht that he thinks the clinrce lim] ' dil ion or furnish at any time cash  been   trumped   up  by a  certain  Los . bail     to the   amount   of   25,000.  oral  months,  and  no doubt   the rest  i.s- a welcome  one.  The U.SS.   Perry a few  days   ago  v i-siled the scene of the wreck  of the  steainer   Valencia, and as  the      sea  was quite smooth a good opportunity of examining the remains  of the  wrecked''vessel'-.was secured.  "The-top of  the Valencia  is     not  more than two feet below the surface  of   the water,"     said   Capt.   Tuttle.  "The mast and rigging are gone. The  hull is  badly  bro'neri  up. . Even  if  it  were in-good condition it. would-'be  impossible    to   save  the  machinery.  There   is not     one day in a hundred  wben it  would be possible to  get a  vessel as near the wreck as,T   took  the  Perry.   It is near  the  breakers,  and the sea is always-"rough in that  locality.   The  wreck will do no harm  to commerce,  as it is too near     the  shore."        ;;.  STALLION SHOW  A SUCCESS  New Westminster,   March  22.���������There  was a'good at-tenda'nee ,at the stallicm,  show this afternoon.    The prize winners     in      the Clysdale and   Suffolk  Punch      clashes     were:    Clysdales���������  First,  Royal Citizen    winner  of the  first prize at  the Dominion fair; second,  Premier Prince, winner  of' the  first prize at the Lewis ei, Clarke exposition;   both   horses  are owned    y  fl.M. Vasey of Ladner; third  Ethiope  owner,   J.  Tamboline,   Westhani    Inland;   fourth,  ti olden  Prince,   owner,  0.   E-mbree,  East Delta,  Suffolk      Punch class���������First,   Sud-  i born  Sheriff,  second,   Eurl   if     utn-  Uie J third,  King of   Lillie,   all  uwnod   by  and   cover   a.   oeriod      of. the last  1 fifU/on M-ars. Information is sought  regarding charitable contributions  by Companies to parliamentary agents or privalu parties the cost of  procuring insurance and mary other  points. Fraternal societies, federally incorporated' are also to answer   these  questions  The petition ��������� of the Pacific North  ern and -Omineca Company,,a charter which is owned ��������� by the Grand  Trunk Pacific, was, presented today  asking authority to build a railway from Ottawa junction, to the  Skoena and Copper Rivers to t.ho.  junction of J3ulkle.y and Telkwa  ri\rers.  ding  Assoeia. ion,'awarded firs-;, vii/.e.  Sto.n lalul   Bred���������First,   Collwimgs,  owned   by  J.   II.   Wilkinson!   '��������� :   '  All   -cla������ises���������dSplama,   Royjal   Citi-.  zeit.  Among the island    representatives  are  G.  I-I.  Hadwen,  W.   P.  Jayncs,  Duncans; F.   W.  Jac!;son,  Quilchena;  CI. J. Corfield, Cowichan; A. Menzic,  Pender Island. ' |  The high quotations for half-pouiwj  flats,   with   the    piospcct of ai  within     the next few mouths should!  indications    point to a pac'' smallcfJ  than that expected, will prompt evJ  cry    canner to put up as many cans J  of "that size as possible.   With all tt*  canners looking for $7.50 per     c  there is a danger that there may L������  an overproduction, which-would tend  to hurt the market. fy  Canners operating plants along the  Northern British Columbia coast are  now busily engaged in making theiH  preparations for the coming season,  which opens in the North ahead of'1  that en the Fraser river. Tini������late i������j  arriving in quantities to suit the derj  mand, and much of it, is now being",  distributed fiom Vancouver to north-]  ern canneries, and to the plants on;  the Fraser River. The most of the'  tinplate for British Columbia" "can".1  neries this year is coming from tlie  United States, because as yet there-j  is no import duty on this article.  Toronto,   Match  20���������Proceedings ii  the investigation  oi conspiracy      ag>  ainst Vloseph    E.  I'hillipps, fjrcsideutl  of the-    York,   County loan and Sav-1  ings   Co,   was continued    before  po-l  lice magistrate  this morning.      'Tlie|  principal     witness  was Miss.       'Evs  Hall   and  her   testimony   was     con-.l  corning  an  expense account of Phil-1  iipps.'      The latter drew    ?25.      aj  I  week     expenses   while  in  the      cityj]  but' no itemized   account  was      eve  presented   of  what   these      expense.=|  were. Pliillijs signed no vouchers  When out of the city his expense  account, was , larger, but still no items .were given.. Similar tesumonjj  was given .by'Steward Lind, seeT.]  retary-t^reasurer, who it 'appeared]  was also treasurer for the Toronto!  Life, and drew a salary from both!  Companies. The investigation ad-'|  journcd   until  Thursday.  BRITISH COLUMBIA'S  UNDEVELOPED WEALTH!  Mountains of [Gypsum and Gypsunr|  Clay a few Miles North  of Kamloops     '  Ol'ieration's   wen- resinned   ai  Tyee  smeller   yt-slcrday.    Tlie smel-   J.   M.  Steves,  of Slcveslon.  Icr" had been closed for ab'out three      Percheron,  only  one  exhibit,   ' al-  weeks. ley  Pr rice, owned  by  Rich i mil I>ice  THE IMPERIAL  PARLIAMENT  London, March 21���������The House oi  Commons today rejected by f>78  to 101 votes a motion of Jos.  Chnmberlain, formerly colonial  secretary recommending the appointment of a royal commission to inquire into the economic and morale  of the Chinese labor in the Transvaal. Tlie evening session was con  sumud in a debate upon the motion  of    Win.     Polkherd Bylus,    Lib  eral, censuring Lord Milnor forme."  high commissioner for South Africa, for authorization of the flog  ing of coolies in contravention of  the   treaty   with   China.      and on  under   Colonial     secretnrv   Cluirchills  Within easy   reach of the river bank ]    Hitherto'the   freight  rates   obtain I  and but 2f> or 30 miles -north of Kam   able for the  transportation of     the]  loops,   there are  veritable  mountains   gypsum -to other parts of the     ��������� iToll  of gypsum  and gypsum clay, mater- jvince,  either  for provincial use      6';|  nils of great cou������cie-rcial value, says   'for export,' have been such as to pro'j  the   Kamloops  Sentinel.    Samples  or   hibit the exploitation of this  valuall  the gypsum assay !);"> per cent, of the ! blc resource.   There was an opportul  pure compound, and is thus of     the    nity about ten years ago of turning!  finest   quality  obtained   in   any   part    it to good account, but the inab-ilit||  of the continent,.  As  is  well known   'to secure alow rate knocked the eri'J  this   material   i.s  used  for the   manu- (terprise on the head.   So great   and;]  facture of plaster of paris and as   a   constant, however, is the demand lol  soil   dressing.    Enormous   quanta tics   'plaster that,  provided Kamloops cajjl  are consumed   every  year,   and     the   ' procure proper rates there is no real  rapid  development now being exper-   'son'why a factory  fox the munutacfl  ieneed  by  British  Columbia  will en- ' ttire of  plaster .of   paris  cannot     bjT  tail a large     increase in tlie amount   '.started here and prove highly remurij  |required   for  home use.    Why,    then,   erative.  Here is an   opening for     ';  "should it     be    necessary     to import   profitable industry.    Some day       ii  re* -plaster when  the raw  material     for   'will be taken  advantage of,  but tejl  amendment     to   that,     motion  cording- condemnation of the flog- ; jts manufacture exists at our doors 'us-there is no time like the preseri.fil  ging, but in the interests of pence j in euch enormous quantities that ev- \ Capital,energy and enterprise aril  and couriliation in South Africa.'en if ma<'c at the rate of' 1000 tons needed; and if fortlicoming and prp^l  obiocting to the censure of inuivid,' a week the deposits would barely ' perly directed there will (be added-fJ  nals. jbetoucned at the end of the century?   new source of wealth to the provinor! DAILY LEDGER  lilt DAILY LEDGER  Pablisbed   every day except Sunday-  ������*        THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION  PRICE  10 cents  a  month,    $5  per  year    In  advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  THURSDAY,  MARCH 22,  1000.  MAN AND WIFE  KILLED BY POLICE  TCkaterinosdav, South Russia, Mar.  21���������The police today surronnded the  house of a man named tloldmar, sns  pectetl of being a revolutionist, and  attempted to arrest him. Gold-  mar resisted- anil he and his wife  were shot dead, and his &ervani  Was  hiort ally wounded.  IJAVilJ1   9l^tNl, [K������������������^^ S      of the License Hoard  of   the liity \������ j BR' OKf  /������    . ��������� x -    .     - *C 'Ladysmith      B.C.,  for  a transfer  of   J  /ly^nAimAl        I   -frH WC    the retail liqnwr Hc-nsc now held by    PHOTOGRAPH      - T I Ul(<  \J^C1I#C1IIIIUJ        S- I II flj_Jme for   the prtii L  - tncul as the-La- , ^   ^   ^  (  VICTORIA  CRESCENT     opposite Fire Hall  Nanaimo, b. C.  Lsquimalt   & Nanaimo h&iiway  ������  MILLINERY DEPARTMENT  To our many patrons and friends we wish to introduce our  Milliner, MISS M. SWAIN, from Tacoma. Miss Swain (late of  .New York City) lias been n the American Coast cities, Tacoma, Seattle and Portlan <i for the past two years. We can assure  you  of prompt'   and   courteous treatment at  all t rues.  Regarding Styles-  NANAIMO M. P.  IN SEATTLE  A protest against thic "judical  murder " of Moyer and Iln.\wooil  alleged slayers of former C!o\onio-  Steunenbei-g    of   Idaho,   was   a    hub  -ject .   that  Mi\    J.   H.   llawt hornth  waite,   M.L.A.      for  Nanaimo,    cou! !  not get     away     from    during      i )������������������  v, course of hi.s address in the Seal!  le. Socialist hall on Sunday says r.  Seattle contemporary-.  Mr.' Ilarwthorntlu'aite attempted t(<  rieIi\er an address on (Jo opera 1  i'vo Commonwealth, but he uivai ���������-  ably wound ap with the "horror-i  of capitalist oppression,'- and o  - how the neck of the Socialist lian  become callous because of the con  tuiued - trampling of the despot'-  heel."  Seattle   Seciali&ts   in   the    foicnom  celebrated   the   rising    of   the      Pari-  Commune. _   which    began   on   lliiii-l  18,   1871. '   The   Marseillaise        \vn  sung   anil  speeches  were made.  At the close of the address |j\ JVIt  llttwthornthwaite, Chairman Scot-  suggested three fl-.eers for ''th.  wor'einnman's lhifi." pointing to th  nw umhlom that adorned the reai  ol the platform and there was  ringing  response.  NANAIMO  SOCIAL   SESSION  Illa.'k     Diamond   Lodge      I O O l--  held   a  social   session     last.        .nigh1  in   their   hall on  Commercial     street  vAffer '���������traiisnf.-Ling  the    business    ���������    <>  the   lodge,   refreshments    were      sei-\  ed   antl a   number   of   vocal     ami   in-  st rutin nta.1     selection.*,   rendered,    thi  following   taking   part:     Messrs       -1  lbirnson.-    .1.  'Carroll,      .T.    Med ill  A       Kscatt.     M.    Smith     and V.  Coundley.  Silser Temple Xo. 2. Rathbou.  Sisters initiated two candidate.-  into the ��������� mysteries of the ordei  at last night's regular meeting  Alter Lodge business had been-tram  acted an adjournment was take  to .the .dining . room' where refresh  inonts   were     served.  To ton to,   March   21���������Edwin Si  George IJanwell, pleaded guilty thi  e\ filing to the theft, of $ 1.0,00b  from the Grown Bank and was n  nianded until Saturday for se.i.  Icnce Mr. lianwell pleaded no  guilty'to   receiving  stolen    propertv  Mr.  C. SPENCER,  who is just finishing his European buy-  in? trip, h."? bought us an  exceptionally handsome lot of MILLINERY,  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  Iravelieis'  hands  yet.  You'll find us first a. ti'1 paramount in artistic Millinery.  Our Shies arc Sure Our prices cannot help being right, j nd  with fair anil c-ourleo is treatment we expect to mal-'e the  "Spring   l!lt)(;"   the  greatest in the firm's history.  nie for   the prtii i    -knowJ as thc-La-  dysmiih.   Hotel,   .situated   on   Lot   9,  Blook 27, to Rout. Scott and   Alei-  Sinith.  F.  W.  MILLAR,  by J is ni t      in fact,  MARGALi   .'  *     RE1D  cTVlOiiEY   TALKS/-  AS  LOUD  TO'US   AS   ANYONE. ,^r,.���������o  IF  YOU  ARE PAYING CASH FOR YOUR   MEAT   ^ OUR   DOLLARS  WILL GO FURTHER IF   YOU  BUY    FKOM   US   Cur Gash Prices Cannot Be Beaten   PAN NELL   &    FLASKET  S-fKrVM   1IKATKD  Wl-JLb   FPKNI.SHKIJ ROOM*  B tit sni'PMl'D WITH    1J:  WINKS, UQtiORS,CIO*Rc  Wait forj"Spencer's"  Millinery-���������We'll have Su^  both  Eastern and Western Styles JE  J18>.  been in the city for several days  looking over this part of Vancouver Island in (he interests of the  "hoenix Assurance Co, of Lonrlon  tritl conteniplates opening agencies  it different points early in next  nonth Mr Stirell i---more than  ���������leased with the pro-.pccls and ejects to receive a fair proportion  n" the business to be written,- after  lis arrangements are completed and  iflices  opened.  ������n���������_^.-.���������  THE   BROKEN    CAMRRV.  Mr. W. FT. Kent, siiperintendent  if the 'British Columbia Telephone  "ompany, was lined SI ami ros's  \\ the Police Court ..yesterday in  "ancomer and ordered 'to pay ior  t camera which lie'.'broke. several  lays  ago    ��������� during     a  tight,    between  ���������         ' -   1 ������������������   ii.^���������iiiwi���������iwa.>f  For 33 Years  Shiloh's Consumption Cure, the Lung  Tonic, has been before the public, and  this, together with the fact that its sales  have steadily increased year by year, is the  best proof oi the merit of  itriNing   ei!iplo.\ei-i    of   tin-   Company  and   those   at   pi-inni.   in   the       Company's  1 mpli.;,       The camera   is   said  to   be   a   small  one   and     worth       11  bout  $.'$.  Shiloh  at a cure for Coughs, Colds, and all  diseases of the lungs and air passages.  Those who have used Sliiloh would 11c/  be without it. Those who have nevel  used it should know that every bottle H  sold with a positive guarantee that, if it  doesn't cure you, the dealer will refund  what you paid for it.    Shiloh  IT DEFIE S  COMPETITION  WATSON  !l  Has Cured  thousands of the most obstinate cases of  Coughs, Colds and Lung troubles. Let it  cure you.  "Last winter I coughed for three months and  thought I was going into Consumption. 1 took all  torts of medicines, hut nothing did me any ������ood  until I used Shiloh's Consumption Cure. Four  bottles cured me. 'This wirUer 1 had a very bad  cold, was not able to speak, my lungs v/crc sore  on the side and back. Six bouJca ot Shiloh made  me well again. I have given it ty several people  And every one of them have been cured.'���������D.  Joseph, St. Hyacinlhe, Que." 6ot  iSHILOti  25c.    with    guarantee   at   all   druggists.  "Mr      A.     0.   i-Uirrell.   of      ('cpei'le;  lin iiivfell '���������. tt   Co.   Vancouver        ha-  TWOJMEN  ���������MAYLOOK  B3  A L I K  The cni? -will he honest ami  reliable. The other questionable. So with hoots. All'boots  that look .well  are not  honest  Leckie's   boots  are      ALL  . (TT"-" -.*- - ���������=*%������--   ���������-���������  LEATIfHK ���������  and    made,-,   to  ���������''������������������'' ;    -.to-"  meet    western    rcfitiircments.  The    logger,     the   pros;-<bctor  and  the  miner  can   depend  on  ��������� .them   when   far   from   the busy  haunts  of  men..  As If    your   dealer       f o r  "LECKIE  BOOTS"  and  take  no sin sfitul-e.  MANUFACTURED   BY  J. LECKIE Co. Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B, C,  ���������iYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NOKTM  WEST MINING   REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal   lands   may   be  purchas-  d at $10  per acre for soft coal   ano  ".20   for  anthracite.   Not move  than  120  acres can be acquired  by one in-  lividual or company.    Royalty  ,vu the  fate     of  ten  cents  per  ton  of  i!,0()0  pounds    shall      be  collected  on   the  ;ross   output.  Quartz���������A free miner's certir.eate is-  granted upon payment in advance of  S7.50 per annum for an individual,  tnd from $50 to $100 per annum for  i company,  according to capital.  A free miner, having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500 x 1,500 feet. The Tee for recording  a claim   is   $5.00  At least $100 must be expended on  the claim each  year  or  paid-'to-tlu  mining  recorder in  lieu  thereof. When  $500   has  been expended   of  paid, thr  locator   may,   upon   having   a survey  made,  antl  upon complying with  oth  er requirements,   purchase   the land at  $1 an  acre.  The patent provides for the payment of a royalty of 2������ per cent on  the sales.  PLACER mining claims generally  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5, renewable yeavly.  A free mmer may obtain two leas  es to dredge for gold of five miles  each for a term of twenty years, renewable at the Qeseretion of the Min  ister of the Interior.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from tin  date of the lease for each five miles  Rental, $10 per annum for each niiU  of river leased. Royalty at the ratr  of 2������ per cent collected on the out  put after It  exceeds $10,000.  W. W.  CORY,  Deputy  of  the Minister  of  the  In  "erlor.  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  Time Tabic No. 57  Traii.& leave Ladysmith for Victoria and all inlcrmr-diaie stations at  I). 10 a.m. daily, and at 4,00 p.m. on Wednesday, Satyinays and Sun-  Jays. ' ,   ',  Trains leave Ladysmith for Wellington and all intermediate stations  at 11.57 a.m. daily; and at G.0O p. in. on Wedr������ days, Saturdays and  Sundays.      ���������.,--���������  Excursion Tickets.  ON SALE TO  AND   FROM ALL STATIONS  good-for  going  journey  Saturdayr    >^d Sundays, return.������g not, later than  the following Monday.   SWame/^oan������������������  1      '    '. '��������� -W!1!  Sails from Ladysmith .'?r Vaacouver every Saturday at COO a.Hu and  returning sails from  Vancouver    Car    ladysmith. at 2.30 p.m."  Cor. Fort  Streets.,  ���������-'FiO. 7-   ���������'OURTNEY  , .   rt. & Pass.  Agt.  A.J. McMURfRlE, iVopriJtor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  LADYSMITH, B. t  Good tables and good  Rooms  'sssm  PORTLAND  DAVID I-1YNES, Proprietor  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra  well  Stocked  This  H-tel  has    been completely      renovated. ^  Board asd 'odgiBg $1.00 per day.  HOTEL.    PRETORIH  JOHN TP.A, Proprietor  '*ar  Supplied  with the  Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: '.-'���������  Liquors and Cigais.  Ladysmith B.C.  Best  accommodation  for   transient  ind permanent boarders and lodgers.  HOTEL  QRAND  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar Is up-to-  d������te. Rates $1.00 a day and up  w\rds.  WM.  BEVEUIDGE, Prop,  &pla**4������ ���������������-: '���������: :������������������: :��������������������������� Laaysmltli  THE JONES HOTEL  s  DUNDEE=������   WHITE   COOK���������  and  ���������W HIT E   L. A BOE���������  Employed Only  (Halt Block from Depot.)  GATACRE -STREET-     I.atlysmit.h  ii  GALEDOKIA  I  Leads Them    All  rNSQUALlTY  R.P.RITHE1,  & Co., 'Lid  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :���������: :-: ���������-'-���������  .-: :-B.C  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������RnU-p ifl.25 and$ 1.50���������  Free hti" to ail 9toaml>oat  landtntrG ������n-~  ruilwHy depots.    Electric care ewrv -fi ������  minntep  to ;\H paitB ol   the ciiy      ti������-  Htid table tinexcelled.  F. BA YNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,, VANCOUVER B,C  Under New. /Vtanagment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  Jas. R. McKinnel  Proprietor.  Commercial Mens' headjsovters. ���������-  Modern  and      Strictly First Class  Fire Proof   cBuildisg.  WANTED���������Ity Chicago wholesale  house, special representative (manor  woman)' for each province in Canada.  Salary : $20 00 and expenses, paid  weekly. Expense money advancer!.  Business successful; position permanent. No investment required. Previous experience not essential to engaging.  ���������       *  Address Manager, 132 Lake Street,  Chicago,   111., U.S.A.  TO  PERNIE,  B.C.  Read Down"  9 p.m. I<v.   Victoria   An. . ai-  &00 p. m. I������v. Sea.tie" ,.\i. ^.oo a.m.  9?������i p. m, Arr. H������eiL-n Arr. v-S0"."1  9.30 a. th. Arr. SPOKANE Arr 7.45 p.m  6.25 p.m Arr.-  Rcxford   Arr 12.30 p. iu.  8.iu p. ni;Ar.: Elke Arr. 1042a. 111.  . 9.00 p.m.   Arr.    Fcrnie   Lv.9.55 a - 111.  ,      ONE NIGHT,   ,  To all Kootenay 1'oinU  TWO   NIGHTS  To    Winnipeg and St. Paul  : Close Connections  For     Chicago, Toronto.   -  Montreal' and  All Points East & West  Acetylene     Lighted c. Cars,  Family Tourist Sleepers.  Palace Sleeping Cars  Dining     Cars' < Meals a   la  Carte).  Library Obseiyatton     Cats  Through     tickets and baggage checks to an points. ,  Steamship Tickets  , For tickets maps/ berths  reservations and complete  information call on or address.  S. O.   Yerkes     E.R. Stephen  A.G.E.A. G.A.G.N.R.  Seattle  Vie'  jtia..  i'..C.  Scoflands Best..   :.���������_,������*?���������'��������� ' , _-   Sole AifcntH for If. ���������.  ALWAYS KEEPS CHAMBERLAIN'S REMEDY IN RlS ROUSE  "We would not he without Chain-  i,crlain's Cough Remedy. It is lit.pt  on hand continually in our home,"  says W. W. .Kearney, editor of the In  dependent, Lowry City, Mo. That  is just what every family should do.  When kept at hand ready for instant  use, a coHl may he checked ,at the  outset and cured in much less time  than after it has become settled in  the    system. This  remedy  is  also  wifhont 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 ciotipy  'OU.������li appears, which can be done only when the remedy is kept at ha������d  For sale \,y Ladysmith Pharmacy.  h J HFMHYS  NURSERIES.  GREENHOUSE* AND SECD  HOUSES  ���������010  Westminster Road,  VANCOUVER  Headquartta for���������~  PACIFIC UKUWN Uardcn,  Held  and flower 3EEDS  lot distributlbn. ���������'". ;  Large stock 01 Home  Grown FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL TREES  now matured for Spring.  No expense, loss or delay d fumigation or inspection.  Let me price your list  before placing your   order. Greenhouse Plants,  Floral Paokages, Fcrtili-  zers, etc^-... -j  ���������  3010 Westminster Road.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  TICKET OFFICE  Cor. Government and Kales Sis.  VICTORIA, B. C  Trains  daily  to St.  Paul,  Minneapolis,   Duluth    and  East.  2  2 Trains    daily     to Denve  Omaha', Kansas City,  Louis     ani   East      a  .Souihe.ist.  er,  St.  and  Atlantic Steamship Tickets on  Sfl/e to and from ah Jinropean  [Points  This  is the  ONLY' line       to  YE LLOWSTO N E' P ARK.  Tourist sleepers on all trains  For particular call on or  . write E. E. Blackwood, General Agent,  Victoria,-B.C.  D.     Charlton,   A.G.P.A.,  N.P.,   Portland, Ore.  First   Sulwirlsniiitcr-Wns   your   garden a success this year?  Second Suburbanite���������You bet      it  was.   My n^xt door neighbor's chickens  took  the first prj7e at the poul  try shoty.  Are You  Going: East  Then  b* sure* your tickets read   rle  THeCITYMKR  R. Williamson Prop  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B. G.  paintino,     papekh anqing  '.etc. '!:.-;  Work done properly and at rio-h-  prices. A full line of Wall Paper.  and Painter's Supplies Residence on  Roberta Street  J.  E. SMITH, Pro-  f  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  I PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH,    B.C.  t  *  +  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION, CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  Vancouver Island, B.C. General Manager.  LADYSMITH BAKBRY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    Cakes Made   to  Qrxler  FRL'iTS    AND    CANDIES OF  ALL  KINDS.    FRESH   BREAD   EVERY ;' DA'V ....  Prices    are     Very Reasonable.      All  Customers are Treated Alike.  HOP LEE A CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  The only line now making , UNION  DEPOT, connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Pacifl*  Coast.   ..;. ���������.-.. . -"-���������',   c ���������-  THE     SHORTEST     LINE,  TH J  FINEST TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.  PAUL', 'CH1������..-'  CAGO,    OMAHA,N KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask yow  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   4 feat,  ??0 2n<i Ave., Seattle  Mannfacturers 6f the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  Noue bu   Union Labor   Employed  H  J.  BOOTH. Prop  ., ..Dan ers In  Pianos and  Organs  La lysmith, B.C  HILBERT  T  Cor\ 5th. Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meai at any hour  Meals 35c. and Upward  SHAVES & PATHS  Haviag taken over the barber shop  Jsnown as the Ladysmith Shaving  Parlors, High St., I intend, by keep  ing competent workmen, to conduct'  a first-class establishment, and respectfully solicit your patronage.  THOMAS LEWIS  AFFLICTED   WITH   RHEUMATISM  "I   was and     am yet adlcted with  rheumatism," says Mr.  J.   C.   Bayiie,  editor  of  the  Herald,   Addington,   Indian Territory,-  "but thanVs to Cham  .berlnin's     Pain     Balm am able oneo  more to attend to business.  It is  the  best    of      linamcnts."        If troubled  with rheumatism     give Pain Balm a  trial and you are certain to be move  than  pleased    with  the prompt relief  which, it affords.     One application relieves the   pain.     For sale by Ladysmith Pharmacy. THE DAILY LEDGER  LIVINGSTONE WILL EX^  PLGRE CANADIAN WEST  If  m  1,  Winnipeg,,March 21���������Alexander Liv era! wealth'iof the great region where  ingstone, one of the best known climatic- conditions are now be-  civ;i engineeis of Western Canada ite���������<* l������ bo as favorable as- tho^e  left for the Teace river, country j of lied River Valley are great. I have-  yesterday morning. For a< third ; implicit faith in tne possibilities of  of a century Mr- Livingstone has j the Peace River country" said Mr  beeii one of the pathfinders of the , Livingstone, while making preparat-  /,,    ������ . \ lions  for  his  long   trip.   "It will     be  "I one  of the  gardens   of  Canada.    On  ���������Explorations    of Mr.     Livingstone),^  ,asb< journey  lhere j,   m(jt pvo{  ale the first that have been made JMacoun, agwit of the Dominion go\-  in Peace River District by, a thorou-, er'nmeui who made such an adverse  ghly competent and well qualified report regarding the possibilities  engineer and expert'. "J firmly believe  that        the        timber     gnd   - min-  ot  the' country,     and  which  has     since  itsppUlieat ion.     created        such        u  storm of protest from those fum-  il-ir with tliat country. I took occasion at that time to tell Mr.  Macoiin that if he had an adverse  ruport   it     would     only  result in  destroying   any  value     tiiat  the  pcdition  may  have   resulted     in      to  the  country.      Without   being,  at    all  egotistical,,"   said   Mr.    Livingstone,  "'i cannot   help     but. think   J am  a better judge of the national resources of that country than Mi'.  Aia-conn, who for the first time in  his life was on a scientific and  exploring  trip   cm  the  praries.  SPORT  *-%���������-%���������  '������������������^���������^������������������^"���������^���������.-^A      ���������'���������^%--%r^^*-%  ATHLETICS���������  Seattle, Nov. 22.���������Without much  ever lion, ('apt. Rex Smith, of the  L'nhersity of Washington track team  covered the quarter mile in 53 seconds yesterday afternoon without any  competition.    The   intercollegiate   re  conl is     4!) 'and  2-fi seconds.  The  H  EMPEROR MCHOLA S  CANNOT RETRACE STEPS  ex-' track    has    been undergoing re-pairs  ���������and   is in   a very   poor condition    for  fast time.    By the time the    spring  .meets are held he should be able to  |sha\e this  down  very close to     the  college record.  Harry  Watson  ran  the half mile in  2,minutes and C seconds, two seconds  more than the vaisity  record      held  by   Dick   Huntoon,   For a  freshman,  on a soft  track   this  is'fast time.  The team this year will have several strong distance men, Dick Hun  toon McCiory,. Watson, Parker aiul  Whit heck.  The prisoner told of going to tin-  police station with his father, an-i  declared that he admitted the crime  in   order   to  satisfy  them.  "They   knew   what     they    wanted  me  to   say,"     he  continued,       "and  they  got   me   to   sav   it.     I told  them    several     times     that 1      only  found the body of     the, woman,    but  they  kept  on  talking   to   me   and     1  got  excited     and I   don't      recollect  what  L   said      My   mini', was not  clear. Police Lieut. Schlau asked me a lot of questions and 1  said  yes   to    all of Ihem.  "  ^^'l^HrHrHr^l ��������� ���������!��������� ��������� ���������!������������������������K"fr44������-"-+**'-:-H' 4 ���������! ������������������!������������������!��������� ��������� ���������:������������������������;.-  Dr. Dier can  be found at anyt'n  at his office on Gatacre st. His   de--  tal   work   is giaranteed   to  be first  class and rates reasonable n  lA'sasasjg^  %  St: Petersburg, March 21���������The Imperial Ukases of March 8, which  corporates in the fundemental law  of the empire the provisions for a-  national assembly in Russia, prom is  ed in the manifesto last fall, , are  disappointing in many respects. They  constitute neither a constitution or  a "bid of rights" for th& Russian  people.' 'Phey do create a popular  assembly but the privileges granted  are  so  hedged    'about      witu re  strictive conditions that they will  be rather more political in name  than in fuct. Nevertheless by the  terms of the manifesto, the Jfim-  peror himself is powerless to revoke  *what has now been given. This con  stitutes the great victory which the  people  have  won.     They  at hint  have an authorutive medium through which they con make, their  voice heard , and it is in this . ,a  struggle against prerogative and  privilege will be fought out. An  examination of the documents shew  "clearly that their purpose has been  to intrench the government, atjevery  point against the assaults of the pe<������  pie. The council of the Empire of  the upper chamber as rc-orgttini/.ed  provides  for   the  election   of only,  half   the  members,   and  these        are  chosen  by  the' nobility,   clergy,   zein-  stvos   and  commercial  interests       :-.o  that   with     the  other half     directly  nominated   by the crown    the     government, can always interpose a decision  of  the" council     as  a       buffer  between     it  and  the   represent ������1 ives [  of the  people     in   the  Douiun,  lower house.     Besides,  certain  poitant      questions   notable   uvalfes-  a������i-o     in   oflice     for .members   of the  council   of the  F.mpiie,   the    cabinet,  the  provincial  general  governors  and  other functionaries     of the.       govern  incut   lmddmg     to the  tluec highest  ian!.s      in   the       Hussion   highauhv  ate excluded    cntirolj    fi om  the   |tu-  isdiction  of the   parliament  and  sir������  consigned to -commissions    as   they  are  called of council of the  Empire.  But the composition     of such     commissions    is restricted.   to the members  appointed ,. by,  the      Emperor.  Othei   questions   which     will  g<o    to  similar commissions     are those     .e-  lating    to  the  reports'   of    the  Mm-  isle1-  of, Finance    on the cash in the  treasury , and savings     bank        reports   , on  the  state  pawn  shop  con  teired by the crown.     These are all  subjects  which     the     representative's  of the  people      will probably     want  to  inquire  into.     The  main   weapon  retained    by  the  Emperor     is      his  power., to'- dissolve'parliament at will  This coupled  with the    government's  ability      to   promulgate    Temporary  laws leaves  the government     master  of  the  situation     whenever   it   cares  to  employ this  means     of     ridding  itself  of' parliament     when the    latter  hus\grown.  '   too  inquisitive     oi\  troublesome.      Instead     of      leaving  to  the "chambers  the     creation      oi  the rules and   'questions' of       pro-  ceedure       which     are   to govern  them, they are carefully prescribed  in the .UKases, '" and it only"' needs  a .perusal of the documents j -b>  the foreign students of parliamentary institutions ' and piocccdtire  The   work   of  all^  done   in secret,  being  introduced  commissions is  Bills     instead       of  on   the    initiative  of a singile member and referred  automatically to commissions as in  the American congress must be  supported by the signature of at  least thirty members and accompanied by an explanatory statement,  to compel the president to start  them on their way through the leg-  lslalive gristmill. All idea that Uie  cabinet would be responsible, to par  (iJuneiiL which was freely intimated  after the publicui ion of the mani-  ie.-,to of last , fall and immunity  enjoyed by members ol the two  houses is rather vague. They are  not   '-csponsiblu     for  opinions ex  pressed in parliament anil incur no  responsibility toward the' electors  Phoy can only ' be deprived of their  liberty b.\ a decision of a count  and cannot be arrested by debt  At the same time members can he  depth ed of their liberty with the  authot i/ation of the body in which  I hey belong or   for criminal acts  committed in the discharge of their  duty if they have been arrested 'the  same daj or the next day after the  criminal act was committed." Uy  tho  terms  of   the   Ukase     members  PASKBALL���������  Sun  Francisco, March 22.���������The San  Francisco     baseball     club will have  "Kid" Mohler at his  old  place    at  second 'cushion rturing  the coming; sea  son.   The  long and bitter controversy with Seattle oyer this star player was settled  last night at   a meet  ng   of the "'rectors    of the Pacific  Co.ist  league,    A committee  consisting ol Ja*nes Morlcy, of Los Angeles  Mike Fisher, of  l"reeno,  and   Walter  McCrcedie,  of     Portland,  adjucated  the latter by a vote of the league directors,  and alter examining  all evidence at  hand,   decided  that Mohler  rightfully   belonged to the local club  The  other  business  conducted     by  he directors was 0" a routine .order  Andrew  J.  Clunie resigned as director ami     as treasurer of the league,  and J. Cal Ewing was elected in his  place.   E,  N. Walter was elected to |  the directorship  for the Oakland club  the position formerly iield by Ewing  "Will Make Appeal.  James Agnew* "president of the Seattle Baseball  Club,  said.  "In spite of tlie decision of the directorate in San  Francisco-,  we     believe we have  an  iron-clad centract  with Mahler that will  stand when we  appeal  to  the president  of  the association. Mohler will play with Seattle  this     season   and not with San  Francisco     when,   this matter      is  brought to a close and the       bunch  commences   to play."  to make it apparent., that the cum of the diplomatic, corps have the  bersome -and complicated ministry ' right, to attend all public sittings  devised is largely for the purpose of both houses. The following text  of crippling, parliament in its fttvug ualily i* the oath which the mem-  gle- against   the  sovc-rmnent. En-   hers of -the .porliament   must      sign-  urinous   power' is  concentrated in   "1.   the   undersigned.      promise       be  er j the hands of the Presidents "of oa'-h , for" Almighty God to fulfill to the  im- house, only the President of the  lower house being elected. They have  the authority to adjourn sessions,  order the closing'of doors, during  a debate and to a large measure  control   the  puWica-tion   of   reports  sittinn-s,     They  also    act   as'ing  only  for the happiness  and wel  lies' of my ability the duties with  which      I  have  been     charged as  member of parliament of the Empire remaining faithful to ifis  Ma'esty, the Emperor and Auto-  i-rnt  of  all   the   llussians  and  striv--  LURED AWAY  BY NEGROES  of  the  act  the  inteimediaries     fot   the       ti.uis  ( flUe  ot   Rii'su,    Tu  token      whereof,  mission  of  rcpoits     to  the   Empeioi    Thereto   append   my signature."  CAUSE OF THE  RUSSIAN DEFEAT  St Pctetsburg, Match 21���������Gener-  aT"kiiropatkin's last oidci on the  lirst ManthuLiau battle, punted in  the Russkj Jmalid todaj, is u  remarkable exposalo oi the causes  oi the Russian dcieats, showing  that thej weie duo to lack ot pie-  patation  and equipment      and to  the   Tact      that  tnete  wee     no     explosive  shells        for  the       mountain  artillery     in    the eatly  stages      of  the   war.       He     does  not shirk  his own responsibility as minister ot  war before the war brake out, but  asserts that the causes of thede-  fcats were deeper, namely, the mo  rale of the troops and of the  officers; the latter did not display initiative or enthusmwm, in  spite of the iron nerves and heroic  efforts     of the soldiers. All this.  the general boldly announces is attributable to the opptession ot  beaureauciatic     rule _   during the  last fifty yeais, which, in the ca->o  of thej ofheers, dto\e mcti of independence ftom the service, leaving  only worthless diones He < oi<-  gratulated the tioops on the adveu-.  of liberty and the hope foi the ic-  generation of the people  Gen Kuropatkm u,i\es the entire losses of the First Manchuriiiu  'Army; ''which averaged a' strengl h  of J00,000'men and 2,200 n dicer*.  u*t 395 .oSffteiirs kitlMl '��������� no)������ 1.7.:'.:'.  wounded'and 10,lBr> men killed an-!  5(>,:i50 wounded. He concludes  with expressing the opinion that the  army should be so strengthened in  time of pence that, victory will *)>?  certain  in  time  of war.  CANADIAN  NEWS NOTES  j.'-  I-'  !���������  ii)  BOTH SIDES  SURE OF VICTORY  .. Mi., ' ~  Lethbridge, Alfa., March 21 ��������� The  strike situation is unchanged though  the strikers are less aggressive in  Intimidating     men  at work. The  company and the strikers are both  confident  of   winning.  Never was unionism so strong  in this city as now. Nearly every department of labor is being  organized, servant girls being the  latest. Union men say the company should raise the price of coal  and increase the miners' wages if  tt  cannot,   do otherwise.  Last night President Sherman of  the   Winers'   Union   addressed   a pub  lic meeting butining the demands  made by the miners, and claiming  that most of them were already  allowed by law-, in British Columbia  and Kovti Scotia. lie said that  many letters had been sent to Manager Kaismith. These were unanswered, hence he was forced to call  the men out. Now the Company  must come-and   talk-.business.  He condemned the bringing here.  ��������� f the miners of Central Europe.  These were mere revolutionary Socialists, and would make demands  'undreamed of by English laborers.  He concluded by saying that the  | laboring men would yet do '.ess  by  strikes and move   by ballot.  Committed  Suicide.  Toi onto, Mauh 21���������Ambrose Sum-,  mcis, lorty jeais.bf age was found  chad in a bath ioo:u in his residence, Walkei Avenue, with a  bullet wound through his head. He  had sustained a stroke of S;paralysis  some time ago and since them has  been acting slionyely. It is he-  lies ed he was insano when he committed   suicide  Married Three Women.  Totonto,   March    2L���������Chus. J.  H'o-ndriek, a cook, pleaded giiilU  in the. police court this morning  to   ha^iing  married    three woman  within the last seven months all  of whom nre living. lie was remanded   for  sentence,  Crushed to Denth.  Halifax,      Aiarc'h .   21.���������G. Ib-id,  a laborer  at  Dominion &  Iron  Sled  works,     Sydney,        met   aj horrible  death while at work   todii>- hot  steel ingot weighting several tons,  which had fallen from a pair of  tongs clashed through the steel  floor beneath which Reid was work  ing arid crushed him to death. He  was sixty years of age and leaves  a family-  Dean    Smith    Dead.  Kingston, March 21.���������Dean Smith,  of St. Georges cathedral who was  struck with Paralysis at 'Lenton  service in the cathedral last week  died   late      last    night.  Winnipeg. March 21.���������A statistical repoi t issued by the Winnipeg  Street Rai'way Company, shows  that the gross receipts last : year  were $1,119,71*8.85 with operating  expenses of ������575,747.27. It paid a  [dividend  of 9.80   per  cent.  New York, March 21���������Ifattie War  ren, a white woman of New-  burg. N. Y., wus lured to- a resort frequent ed only by negroes  in this city and there held a pris  one- for more than five months during which time she was subjected to  the grossest indignities according  to the story told b\ the woman  herself. in the couit of general  sessions today she was the first  white produced by Uie prosecution  in the lease of Robert Spriggs. a  negro, proprietor of a.-hpu.sewhere  the w-oiium claims she was held  prisoner. The charge . against.  Spriggs i.s abduction. His arrest.  followed a I'iud upon" his place  during an investigation of the so  ealkfl. "white slave" evil by the  iliscrict. '.Attorney's 'office. "Flattie.  Warren claims !o have escaped from  the house the day before the raid.  Several other women and a number of negroes were taken by the  police when   the   raid  was   made.  3C-  Any  Kind  of  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  Ai  THE  (  LEDGER  <  Office  1st Avenue  t  f  It  i  I  *  4-  t  t  Union  Brewing Co  NANAIMO    B. C.  tfanufacturers of the  i  t  ?  ���������Jt  ���������i  In [British Colun.bia  Lager Beer   and Porter      Guaranteed  Brew  ;t   ed from the Best Canadian Malt  Run   Hops  ��������� 4-������ ���������-��������������������������������� '  ~ ,  t  LAC /SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     KURNITURI  ED PROMPTLY A  ND SAFELY.  M0V-  Stables in the rear of the Lac* ysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   thi  J A. J. VWASKCT, PROP  liners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short notice.  Drill sharpened by     us    always gives satisfaction.  Picks handl ed and repaired.  Shipsmithing    in   al*    it������  Hranctie������  tfor������eshoers and Genera! Blacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT  BLiUer Street '-      -    -     -  Ladysmith, b C  |      LIVERY, BOARDING AND  1 SALES STABLES  * EXPRESS WORK   A  SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  <R  * PHONE 66  LAJYiVlir  t  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wo)J and J.irlc itr >i a  SEE  J.   KEMP. OR LEAVE    ORDERS   WITH  - W. GARTER,-  W. SILER  GrENEKAL hXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  n<  Leave orders at the Abhotsford  ���������o-  PROXIES  NULIFIED  Albany, March '21 .���������Assembly com  mittee in executive session late tonight, voted to report favorably to  the assembly tomorrow with amendments assembly bill 9(Vt, in- I  trodueed by the joint special m- I  vostigation which would legislate  out. of oflice on Xov. 'to nil directors and trustees of the mutual  insurance Companies and would mil  lify all proxies hitherto -secured to  to  the  Companies    themselves by  Thos.      W.   Lawson  or  any        other  person  or   committee.  J. PIERCY & GO.  Manufacturers, Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTBING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  1TRST  AVENUE  PH0NTE     6-0  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on Roberts   Street and  ------- *���������  pay Water    Rates, between the 10th    and the 25th of each month.  Office Hcurs I P. M. 4 30  !, T BLAND";  ' ' SUPERINTENDENT.  WHOLESALE DRY GOOD  VICTORIA, B. G.  CHICAGO  MURDER CASE  Chicago, March 20���������Richard Ivens  on trial for the murder of Mrs.  Bessie Hollister. took the stand  in   his   own   behalf  today.  Tvens toid in detail of where he  was 'and what he did on that day  of the murder of Mrs. Hollister.  Tlis statements agreed with those  of   the  previous   witnesses.  The next morning, he declared he.  went to i lie barn to do some,  work and saw the dead body of a  wojinan   lying  on  a  pile   of   refuse.  NOTICE  Prom this datt the undersigned  will not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on *  written order signed by the secretarv  Rowland Machin.  V.  I.  EXPLORATION & DEVEL  OPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria. B. C. Mat 18th. 1901.  Public  Notice  Attention Is called to the   fact that tba  Ogilvie FlourTlills Co,   Limited]  makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR. haTe for some timt  past been producing flour in a vastly Improved and pirifi " torn*  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control of    all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity ot a dvisinp;  the  public  that any  orized users of the electrical   flour purifying processes -wit'   ��������������� prosecuted.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company Limited  are +h.e    only    millers in Canada  whose  is purified by the Electric Process  HAY, GRAIN and  f ARM PROIIUU  Orders will be delivered anywherr  In the city promptly and at the lo -  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christip.'g, oa tk'  Eiplanaii.  James Warnoclr  E^ss^saau^jeuwwMJMaa^^  Flour  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; aleo . lan-  guage5"; draNving in pencil and cr&y-  ons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons gi*--  en In classes or individually.  MISS  BERTRAM,  ladysmith. B   (J.  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed, and at reason  able rates.  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE  Gatacre St. Ladysmith  OPSIN AT ALJ-. HOURS.  Ladysmith Temple No.  5 Rathbone  Sisters meets at the Oddfellows' hall  2nd   and   4th  Tuesday   at  7.30   p.m.  Mrs.  Kate Tate secretary.  UNITED   ANCIENT      ORDER   OF  DRUIDS  Wellington Grove  No.  4  U.  A- 0.  D  Meets in the TO. O .P. Hall, Ladysmith, the Second and Totirth  Wednesdays of each month, coraincnc-  i^g Wednesday.. l?.th.,  1905.  Visiting Druids arc invited to attend.  By Order.  WM. RAFTER, Reef Sectyu:  PATRICK BUP.K, N. A. )_J<ft_,. tA-^3Sw*rv i  Hd T^tiVs^fy t������S* >tc������-'-j'JWrwtu������fc^- J-  ���������*..,  <' ^������i^^^^^^^^^^^^>  THE    PAItrV    LTHV f,r<  =i  Local Items  t   .FQ.R sale  Twelve Head of Cows and  Milk Route. Apply P. ,0.  Box 90.  NOTICE  Percy,Berrow has   absconded   from  his  home in. Chemainus without just  cause or     provocation.   Any  person  harboring the 1 said Percy Berrow after   this  notice  will   be prosecuted.  A.   A.   BERROW.  FOR SALE.  For sale-.���������A  large coal heat-r and  cook   sto*c,  also a baby's   buggy���������all Iter time looking for the buried treas  TRE AS UR E 11UNTERS.  Seat lie,    March      22.���������Mxml,  the  time     tlie schooner Thos.   F. Baiid,  which  is   to sail from   this   port  for  Cocas usland, reaches her destination  the treasure seekers will be met by a  party which sailed  from   England   in  the  bark  Canna  for   the Same spot,  iMMtnd on the same eirand.    Both par  ties will  dig for the supposed treasure.  The British bark Canna sailed from  Falmouth, England, November 20lh,  headed for Cocos. Both 'parties  claim to iiatc bona tide knowledge of  the location or se\eral hund ed million dollars which was planted there  scleral bundled ycuis ago. Parties  of explorers have been there time af-  in  first-class   condition  N.  St-ation  (upstairs.)  Apply  E. &  3W  Kidd   or   other    bloody  NOTICE.  There will he an il lustra tod Health  Talk to Women at  l.O.O.F.  lull   Friday  afternoon  at 2.30  by   Miss     R.  V. Bull   of  Vancouver.    i\o admission  fee  will be charged. W���������2.  HOUSE TO LET���������Second Avenue  and Kitchener slice!, Lot II, block  Apply   CUST.  I1ILAK,   Robcits  St.  5th are. th-J.  in <��������� of   (.'apt  pirates.  Kivd IfacKett,  the man '.\ho L sup-  po.'.c-d to  possess  t'ic chart which the  ' sin lor  Keetiug  iiu-a*,  has  withdrawn  from   the company and  aduces  from  ] Yani-oiiwr statu   thai, he failed  to im  part  his informal ion to any-one.  I    '1 lie fact  that llacKctt has resigned  has just  leaked out, although  the of-  'fliers of  the Cocos  Island  llydiaulic  ������.V  Dredging Company state   that they  are 111  posses*.ion     of all     the knowledge which lie has   regal ding  (lie lo-    'cation of  the  tieasurc.   This,  howev-  " "~ .er,   is  denied   by   the   Vaucoittvier   in-  NOTICE. 'fonnaiits.  Peoj.-le  desirots of  sending  parcels   !    Sceral    'years ago the brigantine  to Nanaimo should gi\e tlrcrn        in   Bl.rAeley  was chartered  and  sent  to  charge of  Joe   Shepherd,   who   leaves ,'jr.cos island after the  same treasure  Ladysmith  with  ahorse and   rig dai-, The fact  that a diligent search   was  ly at five p.m.    Charges reasonable,   [then iuude and that no treasure   was  j found  has   not .dampened   the  spirits  of  the treasure seekers.  LADIES'  FANCY  BELTS  in Cream, Black, Browr,  Navy, Red, White, in  fact, Every SfcaoV-.'iice  1/ Tucked and Sheered  with Buttons to match- I  Regular 50c.  Program Thurs.  Plight,      Mar.    ZZ'Z  Lansing Rowan, Harry Faiirney, and  THE   PH1N���������LE   COMPANY  IN    THE    FOUR-ACT    COMEDY    DRAMA  48  3a 2 a  SPECIAL  mat  n  CA   "i   OF CHARACTERS  Jack Diamond  ������������������ Hurry Fuhrncy.  W.iiliard   Oraliam .' Morris Foster.  Daniel Peabody (Demer Dan)    Gerald  Ilarcouit.  Frank Popham    Hairy  Pringle.  Uncle Joe  ���������  G. G.  Garrette.  Pedro  '. Johnnie Pringle  Jake  ._  Ralph  Day.  Annie Dennison  Miss  Lansing   Kiwia.  Cordelia���������Dennyson         Miss   Gladys    Mauley.  .Lconic     ������������������-.    Miss. Florence    Pringle.  Little  Lconic   ._.  Bnby     Kelly  SYNOPSIS  Act L���������St.   Augustine Florida.  Th.   Hotel l>y  the Sea.  Act II.���������The  Sim'c hi the Grass.   A   Ilsv'py  Homo   Broken.  Act  HI.���������In  New  Mexico.  Act IVI���������The  Duel:     31 y Child.      Fofei\en. J  EXECUTIVE STAFF.  WALKING SKIHTS  KUBSBSBSf'.i  ext  WALKING P  i  Ledger oflice.  Apply  Smoke Little B  Cigars.  Prop,  and Manager    Business Manager     <(ace   Director     Musical   Director    Retnemi!>er the Spinster Convention  takes place at the opera house on  March 31 si. si.  THE   WICKEDEST  CITY.  The newest and latest designs in  Easter Hats are on view .it the Millinery establishment of Simon L������'isor  <fe Co., Ltd.  Mr.   G.   M  this  citv.  Grant of Victoria is in  The New York, Boston and Old  Rose Special are the latest designs  in Ladies' Trimmed Easter Hat* on  view at Simon  Leiscr &  Co.,   Ltd.  if your hat needs renewing on   remodelling  a call  at the  Millinery department      of  Simon   Leiser  &  Co,  Ltd.,  will afford  you a pleasure and  save  money.  Mr. II. T. Wins by, cashier at t lie  Bank, is away on three weeks' holiday.  A meeting- of the Farmers' Im-ti-  toitc will |}e held in Ladysmith at  Mr. J. Stewart's oflice on Friday,  Match 23, at S o'clock p.m. Rev.  W. E. Dciiihain will address, the meet,  ing on "Poultry." All interested  will  be cordially''welcomed.'  In a notice appearing in these columns last c.cinng it wus announced  that the Growers' Inst.itu.fe wouh:  hold a meeting in Mr. J. Stewart's  office on Friday. It is theFarm-.i's  Institute that holds a meeting, n. i  the Growers.  Miss Ball's lecture in the l.O.O.F.  banquet room tomorrow afternoon at  2.,it) promises to be of great interest  to a'l women.  March 2(i(h is the ladt day upon  which you can place your name upon the Fnnin-iial voters' list. Mr. J.  Stewarl, the registrar, has the list  at his office, and  all desiring to have   an  liieir    names  on  the list should c*dl  1luie before the above���������-late.  A religions enthusiast who is preaching in Berlin, Oliver Ninmaiin,  plu-asaatly commends his niinislra-  t.it.ns io liis heareis by sa\in;-c that  the wickedest after the Suez canal  tin  German capital.  flow    many wickedest cities there  lia c.Leoii,  to he .sure!    New York  is  fre gently   but unjustly  so dcsciibed.  Mr.   Stead   \\a< sure lhat  "if  Christ  ca'ne to Chicago" he. ,wo.iId see sojnes  th Jig  awful.    Poi t  Said   was  called  the     wickedest after the Sue/, canal  wa.-.  opened.    Richard  Hauling  l)g\is  ih.mghl  that Tangier  must be     the  wi.-kedest city because there is no extradition   from   Morocco   and     many  criminals igo there to keep out      of  jail.    As a matter of  fact you     will  go far before you   will   find a q-uioter  lot   of people  thm  the   11,000   Euroll"  e taken  refuge  with  the Moors. It  is   their  last chance  and   they   have  to  behave.    There is nowhere else to  go.  ���������    ,' o  the'dreary search;goes on. Berlin  surely is not the wickedest city���������  a '.I'lendidly     go\erned    mrniciiuility  with  a progressi\e   people   who    cue  ail, literature ami  the  drama,   .'hire  in  science and   m.ind   their  own  business-fairly'well.    Probably London is  the wickedest vwrcly because it is also   the biggest  city.    And   probably  New    York   will be  in  liftcm  year*  for     a similar     reason.���������Ne������v        '���������:'  W* rid.     .;-.   o   AT THE OPERA HOUSE.  ri he attendance at the opcrs house  last evening was not large, but; the  sin������J1 atwlience had no effect on the  members of the Pringle Company,  whose production of The "Diamond  Robbery was excellent. The .play  was a good one and all the characters well sustained by the members  o' the company.  Tonight"P'orgiven"  will   be      the  bill,   the leading   lady's    part; being  ta' en by Miss Lansing Rowan.   For-  i en     is a leantiful  comedy-drAina,  s one of the best plays in      the  Walters &  Akenhead  I  have just received a shipment of  Hill's High Grade  ENGLISH  TOBACCOS  and  CIGARE1IFS  at Gie   DRUGSTORE  CHANGE  OF BILL NIGHTLY'.  ... Johnnie Pringle  ... G. G.Garrette.  ...  Harry Fuhrncy."    E.  Coquet.  v AT  THE   ABBOTSFORI). [ NOTICE.  i  c   t  i    A meeting will   be  held in D. Nich-  W.   (!.'   Mitchell,   Vanr-omcr. ol.son's   building,   Fir.sl  Atomic,   .  "on  G. U. Garrott, Pririile Company-    \Sutmclay  evening at  eight  o'clock of  Geo.   R. Small,  New West-minsln.    -1-11   persons   d.-s-.i-oiis   of  having     'a  R. Bel)ea,  Xfininio.  Geo.   Breiin,   Nanaimo.  R.  II. Carley,  Nelson.  C.   Holmes,   Victoria.  Fred   Moore,   Vaiicoin cr.  G.   II.   Mo'ue,   Vancouvei.  J.  Nilscn, Chemanuis.   o   Smoke Big B. -Cisais  eo-ojwathe store  established   in this  city.  I The Canadian Bank of Commerce  furnished ns a sitting room for the  Pcist office, and tUestnie is being  [vanished as a stting room for the  younger members of the bank staff  here.  Smoke Little B. Cigars.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that I ia-  lend to apply at'the next sitting of  the License Board of the city of La-  dysmiih B.C. for a transfer of the rte-  tail liquor license now held by mc  for the |iremises known as the New  Western Hotel, situated on Lot 4.  Block 28, to John Merxghini.  atty     D,:h.  DAVIS.  Latcd at Ladysmith.the  15th day of  March,  1200.  ��������� ���������      '     ��������� ���������       -V: "��������� >   V-  A   FAVORITE   REMEDY   FOR  BAl  BIES ���������'."'''  It's    pleasant     taste    and   prompt  cures have made Chamberlain's Cough j  Remedy a favorite with the mothers j  of small  " cIu'lrTen.'     It V;tiickly cures  their coughs    ami colds and  prevents  any clanger      of pneumonia  err   other  serious     en nsecpicnces.      It not only  r.-ures croup,    but when given as soon j  as f lie cro ;.py cough appears will  pre  vimiL the attack. For sale, by  La-  dyshiifl' Pharmacy.  RINGS ��������� BROOCHES  WATCHES PICTURES  BOOKS     tFOUNTAIN PENS  .c.      We will give you the above articles if y.u  return us ,  \A/hit<e  Sw^n- Soap  . Ail/ro.pp^rgB  B, C  i uuhi  IIS, VICTIIHl  Pn'ngle  Company's  repertoire.   Seats  can be hooked at Forcimmer's.  WM.   II UN'S IE,   President  J.  W.  COBURN, Managing Director.  <������������������ '��������� ���������������������������'-���������H>.. 46.  Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  AT   FTDDICK    AND   LADYSMITH-Shinglcs  a  Speeialtr.  ��������� Marii-ilHcuinvg      of���������  Roujth and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mc u'dirgs. Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned   tnd   Kiln   Dried   Flooring       and   Fislihlnj     Lamaer   in    Stock  The  MILLS  UDY^'TH HOTEL   BAR  '< Having ta'-err over the bar-room of  ihe above hotel, we intend to run a  first-class, up-to-date establishment,  and in soliciting the patronage . of  our friends and the public in general,  we guarantee  good   treatment   to all.  1 PER CI iai!  A fait Sarais Sale W  We have a Lai?e /ssoitrini Lades' SHirts opened cut-"'owes  Oesipo and Patterns* Prices Bight-Cell and ins pec  j  SIMON LEISER & CO-Ltd.  GATACRE. ST  LADYSMJtTK  W.G. Fraser  ;; ; Merchant Tailor,  ,1 ;,   .-   -'      - -'       '     (ist Avenuei  Spring Stock on hand. CafI e������rly an|  get your choice  STOVES!      "���������*���������     ' STOVFS! 1  ���������anae������ _������oaur. jw ���������������������������������������> ^  We  are making HEATERS and HANGE-. of the Latest Styles  "and Newest Patterns  t  We do all kinds.of  Foundry and Repair Work--Nickel Plating  ,. in all its branches, a Specialty  LADYSMITH IRON & STOVE WORKS Co.Lid  Phone 5^  l   ���������*���������-'- ��������� - P- O. Box 42  TItiSniTliltKi dRJ PL0i1HIH(i  . Don* ������t������������������--,  Reasonble Prices  J. ANCHrlRSON  Leavt orders, at Peterson's,'Furn-  ture store,  or telephone -.No.- 53.  Dominion Express  MONEY   ORDERS  . Issued at-������������������  KNIGHrSB00K STOflE  R. Fcotr  A.  Proprietors.  "Tnrr"ii-m    i     irmrrnMiir "i i   m i���������������v������< ������������������iiiiiimii   Just ii by Express To-day-  A NEW SlfPMENr  of  THE LATEST TIES  E LATEST STRING TIE hi 25!  is a BEAUTY,  unci we arc   s bowing sonw I'rc-ll.y Patterns.  NEW STYLES   AND   COLORS  IN   DERBYS,      CUFFS    ETC.  Ipera House  Wed, March 21st  LANSINC ROW^N, '  HARRY FAHRNEY  and   the  PRINGLE COMPANY  Our Entire Stocd is offered at  20 Per Cent Discount  on sale  FVidsiy and ������otuircloy  The Ladysmitli Hardware"Co. ltd  f mi is  aAo.-nigtit  EXCELLENT  Train Service  ���������CTWCKN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  And the Principal Builnesi Centora of  Ontario. Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Time T������bl������i, etc., address  OCO. W. VAUX,  AaslBtant Gcn'l Passenger and Ticket Agent  138   ADAMS  ������T.. CHICAOO, ILL.  After this date   the price fur hre.l  delivered at   my     Customers' hous]  will he FIVE    CENTS per loaf��������� ij  loaves      for    as dollar.     My    rear!  guaranteed     the best made.       ShoJ  rim    by     white help    should rceei\|  white peoples'   . patronage so'long  they are   properly conducte'l.     i sol  licit a trial as your Baker. ���������  C. R. DOCJLE.  THE WELLINGTON .BAKERY J  NOTICE ./.';  .The partners'hi]) existing hc-twej  C.'I-l. Rumming and W. E. Rummi'j  carrying on business iii- the City  Ladysmith, B. C, as manufacturrl  of carbonated beverages', etc., uiul[  the firm name of Rumming Bros.,  hereby dissolvscl." 'All outstandi]  accounts miist be paid to \V. E. Ruil  mirig, who will continue the lMisinoJ  and [-ay all accounts against the hi  of Rumming Bros.  C.  I-I.   RUMMING,  \V. E.  RUM JUNG.  Dated  at Ladysruith  this  28th D^  of Feb., lHOC.     * .     . .  M. R. SIMPSON  Solicitor,  Et������.  Weney   io    Loan  1st. /������v^nu^ 'LAOVSiVi  2 lair d >idam  He Di  ery  We have just.received     from the /East  a'largc  shipment of.  LADIES' HAND. BAGS .  They are the NEATEST BAGS we have  ever   shown   and  of        the  LATEST   FASHION.  I I  A. HOWE, of CHEMAINUS, has opened the MEAT1  MARKET lately    run  by W. Ward, on Roberts streej  WITH A FULL jLINE OF FIRST CLASS MEATS  PORK AND SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY I  A Trial Solicitd  A.     HOWE, PHONE 20  Change of Play Nightly  PLEASING SPECIALTIES  Prices 25c.t 35c,  and; 50c.  ?g2E������B/i:.a������2������33&       SEATS  on sale at Forcimmer's.  PRICES FROM $1 to $5  Call   in   and Sec   Them     ,  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  =rnrrrrr-.rr.  B.FORCIMnER  Neatly and Artistically Done  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER,  OPTICIAN  First Avenue,    X.   X   X      Ladysmith,    B. C  S. ROEDDNG  m.m   ?*     *{     0*  Orders  Promptly   Executed]  -   LADYSMITH

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