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Array ggg&^SS^j'**"^!ig,iSB  ���������Sia^^^aSSteSsSsf.!  tEGlSI^ATIVE ASSEMBLT. "  P  It  DUNCANS &  LADSYftlTH  Daily  o-; '������������������-*-. (//J ���������"���������  "'j.  ���������Ov  MAV fi  -^  =38SF  a4-  VOL. 2,  FRIDAY, MAY,  5,  100.5.  *f\  =*->  BRITT & WHITE  Much Talked of Fight to be  Pulled off Tonight in  .���������;'������������������'��������� -���������'Frisco,.  ","'' San Francisco,;Cal.,./ May 5.���������After many tips and downs, Jimmy  Britt, of this city, anil, Jahez White,  of England, are to meet tonight*; in  Wood ward's Pavillion in a 2iD-r6uhu  bout -before ' the Hailes Valley Club.  It-is not expected tlie grand jury  .'���������wilL ���������.Tn.terfere, with the fight; The  police will. be. instructed not to permit the overcrowding of the gallery  or of any part of,the house.  Britt     has ruled a strong  4  to  1  chance     in- what  little .betting  ��������� ?.s  been done locally.   There is no  jp.ri  wagering owing to the attitude     of  the'^police against public pool selling.  .What money  is  placed  is chiefly Ic-  tweeh     friends.     The men are     to  weigh in  at  Harry  Corbett's  at     2  o'clock today at 133  pounds:      The  only     -work indulged in on  theirst  day  of  training was^ few minutes'  exercise with  the duinbells.  ' ���������-��������� 6��������� __../....'���������  DIED   FROM OPERATION"  -      Berlin, .May  5.���������Professor     Emil  .   Stengel,    husband  and   toacher,      of  -'-...IM-a'rilla   Zenibrech,    a     singer, died  here ;yesterday as  the result of:   ;.n  operation;  ���������    ��������� ��������� * -*-���������.  TWELVE HORSES BURNED.  St. Louis,. Mo.; May 5.���������Fire this  morning destroyed 25 stables at the  St. Louis Fair Association:track and  hilled a dozen horses. The principal  loser if Frank Gering of San Francisco. Others lost .one or two horses  ..each.'   ���������  O'NEILTAKES FIRM HAND  KITH  Orders Arrest of all Those  Following Police Guarded Wagons  Police are Determined to  Put a Stop to  Riots  (Associated Press Despatches.)  Chicago, 111, May 5.���������Bluntly warned  by  Sheriff  Barrett  that  troops  would be,asked for by him if the po-  lce and deputy, sheriffs together proved unable to control violence,  strike  sympathizers   were less  in  evidence  about the many strike-bound stores  today.  Chief O'Neill  issued  a general  order  to arrest all  persons  following  police  guarded   wagons.   "When v the  strike first  began,"  said  the Chief,  persons followed  the  wagons out of  curiosily;  now they follow to "incite  tiot.    There, will   be  discrimination .  by the police in such cases in making arrests." /',  A call upon Sheriff Barrett (or pro  tec tion came from James B. Low &  Sons, manufacturers of plumfrinT sup  plies. Deputies were immediately:  sent with instructions to  take seats  FARMER MURDERED BY  Most!   Abominable   Crime  Committed at Parks  ville  Infuriated   Residents   are  Scouriiig!the Country for  the Murderers  OSLER SADVICETO AMERICAN COLLEGES  (Associated Press Despatches.)  Parkers-burg, W. Va., May 5.��������� A  posse of officers, accompanied by a  large number of infuriated residents,  arc searching Calvin county for tlueo  masked robbers who at an early  hour yesterday shot to death Chas.  Berkshire, a farmer living near here  after inhumanly   treating  his  wife.,/  The family was aroused shortly after midnight, by the ic-;.r'..<*rs, who}:  after binding the wife, led the hiis-'  band to the centre of the room - and  ordered Mrs. Beriphire to count ten,  threatening that if the husband did  not tell them where his money was,  by' the tenth count they would kill  him. -The couple insisted that they  had no.money, but the ro'.|������-crs pinch  ed and beat the woman and applied  burhing matches to her. Shouting in  agony; Mrs. Berkshire finally consented to count ten and on the tenth  count a shot rang out and her husband fell dead.   The robbers  fled.  It was hours afterwards when  the  Says Professors are Worked Too Hard to Get  Thinking Time  Universities Should Follow  English and German  Examples  :;\*a, '*���������*-  ~-G*  PRICE FIVE GENTS  PRINCE VISITS TEMPLE TODAY  >��������� Tokio,      May  5.���������The    Enshrining  ceremonies   concluding   today,       -'io  crown Prince visited- the  Shokonsha  Temple at lh a.m.    A group of dis-  tiii'guisri2d  statesmen and officers���������'jc-  companied   the  Prince,   who   entered  the  shrine,   where  he  bowed  himself  in prayer and briefly addressed    the  spiritsvof -the :dopar toil  heroes.c,    Fr  oiiuous crowds filled the  temple and  its ;   stiirroiijndiiijg   grounds.   ' Detachments  of soldiers  continued       their  visits  to. the  temple throughout the  dav. ., ��������� -i  Mrs.  J. Adam was 4a passenger to  Nanainio on the noon train.  FRUIT  FROM POTATO  VINE  The Examiner says: Luther Bur-  hank, of Santa Rosa, has succeeded  in .producing another wonderful inovation   which  will come under  the head  on the fiont; wagon.    The sheriff an- vnclShbol's fou,1<-.the woman in *uch-a  uouueed  today  that,   pending  invest-'pitif*-Istal'e of collapse that it is  men-fa,'.the sweating of deputy slier-  fearcd ���������shc W1,,ichc-  iffs would be confined- to 20B men.  Two  thousand  men'.-constituted' the  police  force available  for  strike  du- [  ty today.   With this number the"ollicials expected     to guard h,_00 -. wig-. |    Rev.  Hughes,  of Nanaiino,    passed  ons,  a decided  increase over    Vsiei-  through from Victoria.  day's   total.     r,nnfi/l..n.v>   y-*.-   r������-p|-'.^.'-: j ..'���������;���������...������������������:���������  ed by the police in their ability   to '   Mr, and Mrs. Thos. Kiddie retiiin-  exercise, a reasonable degree of   con; 'ed to Ladysmith at noon today.  trol.      The   proril'icnl -i.Valt.'.-.-> n,r������ 'lliitiO- I i|.  ing  of closing  their  stores   bec.iusc I   Rev, Sclilichtcr, who has been   at.  the. expr<^s comP*lIlies are, unable to j tending the Methodist Conference   in  Victoria returne  the noon train.  deliver     shipments    of butter/.-;rgs, ��������� Victoria returned from the capital on  etc., from the country. '���������-^rl-r-r_"���������.���������_--'..._: ���������--���������- -.-'.-  President Shea,, of the -a a..���������.���������is'  union, issued a statement that the  Employers' Association, by bringing  colored    men  from  the south,  resolutions   that  a state  of  rebjilian  r.e ���������~.���������j      ���������.,���������,-.    ������������������ .-1 exists in Chicago when there ;'��������� less  or potato experiments  and  is  known    .- ft -  , No. 6,262 was the winning ticket  in the gramophone drawing that took(  place last night at Blair & Adam's,  trying to incite violence with the oh- under-the charge of K. Peiscr, gener-  ject of securing tlie aid of troops in a.l agent for the manufactures of  order to crush unionism. He also I White Swan Soap. Who has the tick  scores   the  banks   for   declaring"'   in  cW    It should be presented  at    Si-  as a '-'potato fruit." Briefly summarized, the evolution is a matter  of planting a tuber and gathering  from the potato vine a luscious fruit  one.that is delightfully pa-lata^ile and  makes  excellent preserves.  Mr. Bin-bank has named the potat0  fruit "Poniato.'' When compared  with a tomato the poniato is smaller  in size and its meat is white instead  of red. It is highly flavored. In other words, its flavor is that of a fruit  rather   than  a ������ vegetable.  Bur-bank  speaks  of  the  creation  of  the pomato  as the result of  turning  the  plant  life  in an  opposite direction. .  "Instead  of cultivating  tubers   we  now  cultivate   fruit  and   thc   tubers  ate of  secondary consideration,"    he  says,    "thc  fruit on  the  vine being  the. main object."  Mr.   Burbank  has  now some  10,000  varieties of  potatoes  with   which he  is experimenting.   Most of   them are  'hybird.seedlings of his :own creation.  rioting- than yesterday, and fewer poo  pie injured.  mon Leiser & Co.-'s.  o   ���������!������   NOT FREE  UNTIL MONDAV.  BUTTE IS QUIET-  For the first time in years, tho  gambling resorts of the city are closed, the order having gone forth from  the county attorney's office on Wednesday for the sheriff, to close all the  gaming houses at 0 o'clock. No resistance was made to the order, and  tonight all the big resorts of the  camp are dark.  Why the order, was issued is not  known, as all the city's officers from  Mayor John McGinniss down to the  sheriff, express profound ignorance as  to thc action taken, other than that  gambling is in violation ofthe law,  and it was proposed to stop it.   o���������������������������  STORM KILLS TWO.  It is pretty generally understood,  although no official statement has,  as yet, been given out, that the ������'.  P. It. will assume charge ofthe E.  & N. Railway and oilier properties  of the company the first of ' next  month.  St. Louis, Mo., May 5.���������It became  deHnitely known today that thc  'storm in St. Louis and vicinity last  evening resulted  in  tlie death of two  Thc many friends of Mr. Robert  Thomson, who has undergone a serious illness, will hear with great  pleasure that he is now. recovered and  able to get about again. Acting upon the advise of his doctors, he went  up to Nanaimo on the noon train today, where he will spend a short holi  day. It is hoped that the change  will completely restore him to health  Mrs. Geo. Thomson and Mrs. Walter  Thomson accompanied him to Nanaimo. ,,   *   THAT WILD MAN.  A letter  received in Victoria, from  Qualicum contains the news that another search party has set out in  the  hope that it will have better success  m        i-    i.   m      r    xr       r.  ���������������   . ��������� i i������  coming  across  and   capturing   the  New  \oK May 5.-Nan Patterson  persons, and considerable damage   to ��������� ^ g     Vancouver Island, whose  was told today by.her attorney but t property. w        w  she probably would not J>e tilacod . n  bail   before  Monday.  George Benton, aged 7,  was di  ed,   aiwl   Charles   Kroeger,   a  farmer  of Edwardsville,  was killed  by light  ning.       A    mile  of  telegraph  roles  WIPES   OUT THE  STAIN  In one of  the recent games at San   along  the east St.  Louis  levee  were  Francisco, Casey, the 'tacoma team's   blown   down.  Jriiie  second   baseman,   made  a  . home ���������  run,   and  the   Examiner   broke     into1   Following   the  example  of  the   .-.Inverse  the  next, day with   the  follow- ited Statcs >���������������   the casc of Secretary  ing revised version of -Casey at the MortO'->  England has selected a rail-  J .at   .  There    were     Iho.ghts     in  Casey's  bhitrkex   when  it  came  his turn    to  hit,  I intermittent apprnarnnces ' have fur-  rown iris-lredithe text for so much speculative gossip. Thc fact that the wild  man is believed to have been severely injured -by a party of Indians, who  mistook him for a hear as he Uug for  clams on the beach, is regarded as  likely to facilitate his location and  capture  road man as   the  head of  its  navy.  Xord  Cowdcr,  who  is  to  preside over, the board of admiralty,  was president of  the Great Western -.railwav.  (Associated  Press Despatches.)  New York, May. 5.���������"Don't     work  your     professors  so  hard,   but give  them a little more chance to think,"  was  the     advice of Doctor William  Osier,  of   the   American  University,  in     his speech as guest, of honor at  the  fifth  annual dinner of  the New  Graduates' Society of McGilLUniversity last evening at the..'Hotel  Imperial, says the most significant part  of  the  response  to  the  toast drunk  in his honor grew out of,the remark  that although McG-ill has grown |to a  first class college it-isriot auniver-  sity.     He continued:      ;  "To    produce a great university,  you must have a sort ot leisure class  within the institution.  A, man    who  works six or eight 'or. ten hours     a:  day |teaching and lecturing caii do no  great amount of original thinking. It  would  Ire good indeed,, if our American, universities) followed the example  set by such institutions in G-ermany  and Engl Mid  by; hot working     their  professors quite so hard and instead,  giving them  a little more time     to  think."     Turning  toihis hearers  as  Canadian as well as JMcGill men, he'  asked what use  there could be     in  talking  about  an   American  annexation of Canada,  seeing, how much of  what     is  good here' in  the United  Stales .being 'annexed; by the Dominion. ���������''But there is one thing I must  say in connection with this," he resumed.   "I   really   think  it a shame  that     so many of you have crossed  the   border.    Seriously  speaking"-  1  do wish  that a greater number     of  yotild slay at home, and in particular,   I.must  urge ������you not to biting  the  Canadian girls..'-here."  ':���������;���������-������������������ ���������_���������'  " ��������� o-���������_.'  CONDITIONS AT FERJSflE.  G. G. S. Lindasy, managing director of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal  Company, who has just come from  Fernic to Victoria, is a guest at the  Driard.  Mr. Lindsay says Fernie continues  to enjoy  industrial  peace.  It  is fully  Victoria reports say the warm  spring sun of the past couple of days  ha-s resulted in the ripening of. the  berries at many of the local patches  and yesterday numerous residents reported that they had picked some of  the delicious fruit in a thoroughly  ripened state. Local grown ���������-. rr.es  are hot yet on the market, hut within a very few days there .vill be an  inlumdant supply at a moderate price,  .to enjoy-.industrial peace. It is fully  expected that thc miners will agree  ���������to the new contract which has been  prepared between the men and the  company. The Carbonado union endorsed the agreement without a ,dis-  cnting voice. The best of good feeling now prevails between the company and the men. The new agree.  meat which is to continue for two  years, was gi.en very careful consideration hy both lhc men and the  company and no doubt whatever is  ���������felt as  ti  its successful operation.  Respecting conditions at the works  of the company, Mr. Lindsay says  that the new- steel tipple, which is  Hearing completion, is the very best  which could be obtained, having all  (lie modern impiovcmcnts. By its  use, four men and two boys will be  able to load ���������1,000 tons of coa.l per  day. It will extend for a distance  of 880 feet and will be 3-1 feet in  width and heighth. Notwithstanding  the lire having destroyed the former  tipple, not.a single contract was cancelled, a,ll ordcis being filled prompt-  lv.  Japanese Division Said to Have Been Sent to En^  gage With Second Pacific Squadron before the  Russian Fleets G an Join  They Took up Position at Straits ibut the Musco^  vites Discovered it and Headed for  Malacca  (Associated Press Despatches.)  St.     Petersburg, May 5.���������Admiral    as the crews of his ships have   not  Rojestvensky, according to a high na-had the training in .manoeuvre or the  val authority,  has sailed south '    r0  target practice which Admiral     Ro-  meet .the division 'of the '-Russian see-  jestvensky's  crews  have  had,   while  pnd (Pacific squadron, commanded' 1'y  Admiral Nebogatoff.       The Admiral  has received information that a Jap-  aiqese division of fast cruisers and a  torpedo  boat destroyer   was       sent-  south   .for   the   purpose  of   possibly  crippling 'or destroying ��������� Ncbogatbff's  ships before, they could effect a junction with' those of ilojes tvensky, and  there is  reason  to ...believe that- the  Japanese tooik up  a position  in   the  Straits  of  Sunda,   through. .  which  Nebogatoff  originally  intended       to  make   the     passage into the North  Sea. .There is also reason to believe  that Nebogatoff first approached  'he  Straits of Sunda,; but finding, thein  too well guarded,,  put about      and  headed for ��������� the  Straits  of Malacca,  his division lacking the .protection of  fast    cruisers and being at a great  disadvantage   in    meeting    torpedo  boat attacks.  The admiralty expresses great satisfaction - at  the  fact   that  Admiral  Nebogatoff   has successfully reached  the China Sea, but appreciates     the  fact thatJ the composition of   its  (.-  dron continued their stay at Kam-  ranh Bay and entered other French  ports has created a feeling of keen  'disappointment, rapidly gjrowiivg  off the. Island, of Madagascar, and I deeply resentful. The local 'press  the anxiety here  will  only lie   :->in-    charges  France with bad faith   .and  pletely 'Teljcived   when   it  is   known  that a juncture has been effected.  The. Russ today announces that  Captain Clado (who was Admiral,  Rojcs tvensky's chief tactician .'.������������������jring  the North Sea incident,'and who) was  recently appointed to special *,ci''.'.e  irr connection with vessels navigating  rivers iii. the centre of war) has been  made  a staff captain.  WILL LEAVE      TODAY.  repeats the demands for independent  action upon the part, of the Japanese government. The conservative;  element is awaiting France's reply  in explanation, hoping, that that government will finally expel the Russian fleet from its waters.  FAREWELL BANQUET.  Tokio,'May  4.���������Prince   Chas.      of  Hoherizollern was   ' the guest at     a  farewell  luncheon at the Palace to  day. The Emperor, who is in-disposed, was absent, but he commanded  the Crown Prince to return to the  capital and act "as'host. The guests  included the Imperial Princess, mem-  ���������blers of the ca-! diet,���������officers of the army and -navy and the -German minis-  Saigon,. May 5.���������The Russian i'h;s-  ion near'Henkohe Bay; a short distance north of Kapiranh Bay, was on;  May'-4th preparing to leave: is j.^i or-  'ings the following day.- Admit"?.'. R-j.-  jestvensky  had   previously   -t formed  the, French authorities./of his propos-^������������������' ^    The prinCe"will give a farewell  ed.'deparlure. dinner tonight"and  tomorrow  night  .  ������������������'GETTING ANGRY AT FRANCE.   iat  Shiba   Palace.    On   Sunday,  May  ���������Tokio, May  5.-Popular  attention  |7l'h.  he. leaves for Nagasaki;     from  is  now centered on the second  Rus- ,wllich  Port, he wiir sail  for  Europe  sian  Pacific squadron in French  wa-  on May 16.  ters.   Wliile tlie assurances. of France  WARSHIP  LEFT VLADIVOSTOCK  relating to the Kamranh Bay inci- j St. Petersburg, May 5:���������The Rus-  vision renders it particularly vuIiiolv : dent were generally accepted, the la- sian armored bruiser Gromboi, it is  able to ajswift adversary,  especially . ter discovery that the Russian sqara-  announced, ,has left Vladivostock.  A. BOY SUICIDE.  ;P.ellingham, May L��������� Lying'iri- an  open spot a short distance from tho1  Geneva road, less than a mile from  the home which he suddenly left two  wee's ago, the remains, of Peter  Stolherg were found with half the  head shot away and.the body in . a  state of. decomposition..  It is evident 'that the boy, who was  nineteen years of age, leaned against  a nearby log and placed the shotgun  to his chin and deli';erately fired thc  shot that ended his life.  ed in a bill promoted by. the   London 'the First Guard regiment. The Moor  4   DOG    LICENSES.  Several  people are said to be keeping dogs whose licenses arc not paid- J   Ij0n|  fm-zon  is  sending a message  The residents  iu question arc under-  j() ;lu  ,iu, tribes in  India in a novel  stood      to  be under  the  impression  'wav     ][,. learned  a speech in  all  the  and I'll end  the fun right here," ous  coincidence  that  the  lineal    des-  Saying this,  his feet he planted firm'- ceirdant  of  the  thane of Cawdor and  ly in the well-packed ear Mi. the great grand-son  of  the  defender  "Though lhe poet  says  I strike out, of  Pembrokeshire  against   French  inhere  is  where  1 show  my   worth." vasion  in   17>7  becomes  in   1905  first  To the plate the ball came sailing- 1*-rtl  of  the admiralty."  Casev soused it on the  Leak, ������           Out   it  soured-   toward   the  palings, The czar of R-ws-a has private es-  leaped thc fence and made a sneak. ,*a.1cs  of.  more   than  l.Oin.OOO  sq;t.are  Round  thc bases Casey     sauntered--  SERMON OF INGRATITUDE.  The art of gratitude ought to be  taught in the schools, says an English writer. "I a.m perfectly aston-  .shed at the attitude of my own sex.  A woman wishes to alight at a certain station. A man���������a total stranger���������not oly opens the door, but  hands out her. many packages, all of  which she receives as her right, and  calmly walks oil without a word ' of  thanks.  "Then, again; a woman is walking  along the street all unconscious of  a foot or two of braid trailing behind her. You wish to do a kind  action, and inform her of the fact.  instead of the expected 'Thank you,"  you receive a stony stare, as though  you were in some way responsible for  the untidy state of tbe dress.  "How often, too, we bear that a  certain valuable article has been returned to its owner, who showed bis  or her gratitude to the finder by a  reward so trivial as to be almost an  insult! !  County county. Many.of the clauses  have relation to the. provision of bet  ter means of escape from fire. The  height at which such arrangements  become compulsory is to be much reduced. Other clauses are directed to  secure a greater minimum width in  new streets, and to limit the height  and numjjier of stores perm'issiil*,le in  new buildings.  More    interesting    from   the engineer's point of view are the <*,lau-es  which  foreshadow a much needed reform  in tlie methods   and  materials  used^in  building  construction,     The  present regulations  vv-erc drawn     up  many  years   ago,   when  modern  :-ys-  terns  were quite unknown.    Some of  these  have, it  is  true, been already  adopted in London,  but only in government buildings,   over   which      the  county council  have  no control.    All  other   buildings   have   in   consequence  been compelled  to  adhere to  ihe old  and     costly    methods, and   material.  Skeleton steel  structures  arc in  future   to  be  permitted.    This  should  result  in a material  increase in   the  valuable space  on the ground floors  of high buildings, which  is now dim-,  has now been assigned Xo carry thc  regiment standard, lie stands exactly ti feetjlO,' 7-S inches higli and otherwise is of- large proportions. .  EARL   GREY'S   VIEWS.  The Nelson Daily News says:  "Earl Grey, our new governor-  general is Keen to sea (the scheme of  municipal, saloons inaugurated by him  in England given a trial in Canada.  Replying to an address from a delegation of Methodist ministers at Toronto the other day, Lord Grey said;  'With regard to strong drink, I presume all you gentlemen aie teetotalers, so 1 need not mii.ee words. I  want to say that I think you will  ma'.e little headway against thc evil  until yoM succeed in eliminating the  (���������lenient of rersonal profit from the  liquor Ira flic. Ma'e your saloon  clubs, as is done wilh the greatest  si-errs-; in pa:is of Er.^hiiid. If the  law in Ihis country is that you give  a common license to a man to make  all he can out of the sale of, liquor,  you members of the ministry ought,  to  work  to bring about  a change  of  .nisl.ed hy the necessity under exist- (method, and make it impossible for  ing regulations of using here very any man to try to push the sale of  thick walls instead of a mere fl-in. liqi'f-r ror 'profit. Tn other words,  screen of brick work or eemint, ':-:<;,��������������� i-i*' li u-oi" hi the government or  which is all thai is necessary with I!:,- n-i nic ir; lit > la'e hi.Id of the sa-  thc steel skeleton system of construc't 1< (>��������� s nnd ira'.e clubs out of them,  tion. It is to be hoped, however, -md fulmc g.-niTalions will be grate-  that   in  .sainctioning   the   new  depar..- ,ful  lo yi.-ti.*'  tire  precautions  will   be  taken  to  insure  that such   buildings  shall   only  be erected under competent engineering supervision.    In  America this has  not   always been  the casc,  and some  "Women arc mostly nt fault in this j voiy serious accidents have arisen in  matter,     but     men, too, arc    sadly   consequence.   The use of new mater-  wan ting at times, as tire following in-   ials ^s, a.s already stated, alsojtobe  eident will show.     One would expect��������� jsanctioneil.    Presumably,   these   will  a person who hail been rescued   from | include   feno-concrete,   though      this  drowning to be at least grateful, but   valuable    material   is   not   definitely  according "to a Royal  Humane Socio   mentioned  ty  man,  this  is  seldom   the case.    A  woman  who  has fallen   through      tie  ice and had been'dragged out by these  LATIN OR NO.LAT1M.  As an  outcome  of the eo-i'to'-ersy.  paying the license f?es are liable  to .  fines.   It makes no difference whether;   ](*or 3r, consecutive years Sylvester ' such a rough manner!  two men owned a husband who stood *s to tuc rtesiraiyiity of including the  safelv on the bank watching proceed- ^^Y ������- Latin- in the ciirrrculcum of  ings.'and when his wife was brought. ,lhc Plfblic schools.,Mr. Jan SI. Clair  safelv to land abused the men      and ! announces that   the  challenge  ml,is  j respect has been  accepted,   and       a  joint, debate will  take  place at   .'.:e  was re<vdy to fight them,  because, he j  said,  they had rescued his     wife in  his home run won the game,  And  wired  out a   stain  which   long  had  beam  disgraceful t* hi* name.  miles  of cultivated  land and  forests  I besides  gold  and  other  mines  in  Si-  baiia.   The  annual   income  has   beert  .KtimatsKl at about $1-2,000,000.  the animals are running at large or w    ffall  was   postmaster  of  Marion,  not. '   ���������     . Mass.,.and he is still at work in the  Constable  Hannay  has  orders      to oflio3 as assistant   t-o  his son-in-law,  make around of-the city and  to pro-  ������������������  wIl0se  favor  he resigned on  April  sccutc the owners of dogs-who have    ,_  ls!)(!  the same chained and  whose licenses [  are    not   paid.    Thc  constable   will  !   I(.   .g  uf)t   yp(   p[vm  ou(   officially  commence|nis rounds on Monday next W-H,tncr  the   Wellington   Colliery   Co.  ho those who are infringing  on    thc )iave  conip]0te<l    their . arrangements  by-law    will do well  to see  to  the   t_ ^y Uirough  lire local bank    the  wattet before that date, 'nex1j 'tin;0) or not unt-i later on.  Another case was that, of a man  who was rescued with ilifiicultv, and  who, after the men had been trying  to bring him to life for two hours,  ���������soundly rated them because half a  dollar was missing from his pocket."  /  LONDON   IM'-MIINO   LAWS.  Some   imporL'iil   amendments     to  the London building laws are prepar ' Majesty's    company  of  tall  men  of  High School in Victoria this evening.  Mr.  St. Clair, and Mr. Dunn   .f Carey road,  will champion  the Uvchinu,  of Latin, and Trustee Dr.   rlall a:-.i  Mr.   A.   J.  Piiieo  arguing contra.  TALL MAN  GOT   A   JOB.  Berlin,   May   5.���������Emperor   William  saw a  very tall Mo0r  while ashore  at  Tangier,  talked   to him,   and    arranged  that  the man  should join his  When  NOT TO .TALK.  The .best .of us talk loo much.  "Thc essence of power is reserve,''  said a man who,knew.  Many a. reputation has been built  on silence. Many a one is spoiled  through rushing prematurely and  voluqly   into  speech.  It is safe to be silent when your  words would wound. "Faithful arc  the wounds of a friend," says" the  old proverb, but one wants to be  mighty sure one's friends need the  wounding and that we are qualified  to  administer it.  Keep still   when your   words     will  incite  to  anger or discomfort.       An  incredible   amount of breath   is  used  in   the  evil   practice, of   Irving       to  make our friends dislike ib:*ir "friends.  . Never  speak   when   what   you   have  to say is merely for  the purpose of  exalting  yourslf.  Shut  your,    lips  with  a key   when  you are inspired lo babble incontinently of yourself,  your  ailments,    cc-  complishments,   relations,  loves,   hatreds, hopes and desires.    It is only .  to   the choice,   rare friend  that    one  may ,   speak of these things without  becoming a fool. sae  bATXY LEDGER  Kxew w*im-  _V-__3_KK-_-A  THE DAILY LEOGER  publisned   every day except Sunday.  BY        THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  Offices,  Ladysmith and Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  10 cents  a month;    $5 per  year   in  advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  FRIDAY, MAY,  5,  1905.  ON  TRIAL FOR  LIFE  The celebrated   trial of the Patterson   woman   who   was  practically   ic-  leased    yesteiday,   by   reason  of   the  jury failing  to  agree,  has  attracted  much  attention  on-l   the puh.ic,  as  is  usual,   has  espoused   lhc cause of  thc  woman.      Nan      Patterson,   as   was  shown by  the evidence produced,  has  liven   a   cold-blooded   leech   who   did  not. have even  the virtue of affection  lor  llu-  man she  was accused  of  killing.    Evidence showed   that she nrd  spent   5.50,10)  of  her   victim's  money  I lie year  before bis  death.  lie  was,  nl   the   enlieaties  of   his   wife,   who,  by   reason   of  an   intercepted   letter,  bad  found out. the facts of her 1hi*j-  band's life, about to -b'reak oft' his intimacy     and  to escape the  womai-,  was  going   lo   Europe.  Nan   Patterson  and  her  sister  ai.d  hrother-inlaw, who were simply sir. e-  tbiug people, decided lhat Young-w.is  too   valuable   lo  lose,   and  Miss   Patterson  was determined   to  make him  siay  with ���������her, or.lo wake.him think  at   least  she  would  kill him.   In   tie  melee in  the cab be was  killed,    11  i*.     immaterial  who hied the shot-  she killed him.   Had he been allowed  to'   dep.ii t   lhe   tragedy  would   not  h.ue occurred.    It  is  pasi^ now,  ai.d  -only  a matter of another  roue     an.I  ^iini'iilcr  less  for   which   the  world   is  heller     off.    Hut   the woman  killed  Yoiiii!*- just the same. It has cost h r  some ,ien ible tunes and jtbe. past li-n  months will aiways dai ken her mind.  Within live years, wlether the  woiid bears of it or not, it is almost a certainly on the record of  such people, she will he a wreck if  not in her grave, and it will most,  likely be the,cocaine and whiskey  route. Trul}, the way of tbe' transgressor is hard.  MISSION OF TO  MATO BISQUE  Major Blackburn was possessed of a  temperament no more irascible than  l..ai ol me a><.ragx- guiilicm.1,11 oi ln*������  a-,0. it-ioico.er, the dignity ol in.ii  age uugni ha.e gone unsuspected i.y  u-asoii of his boyish face an.l gein.il  a somewhat lompous manner, ban u  not been for the telltale appurtenan-  c\s of a veteran's title ���������nd a glial,  L,ro vn-up sou of the modern, broad-.  ! shouldcied tyi-O.  I'tit the major was inclined to tal.o  rt      good natiuedly.    Aspiting   to  youtbfulncss in old age was not one  of bis hojbies. lie was guilty, ne\t--i-  the'e s, of two���������a pet ideal and a pet  aversion. The first was an imaginary  pit tine he had conjured up of an old  tune girl who scorned "higher education" and d6\otrd herself to 11.e  acquisition of an endless .string oi  housewifely accomplishments. The second was tomatoes. I tterly unlit lo  eat' He knew it beyond hope of con-  .ersion. Furthermore, they sicken..1  him unto death��������� upon his wcrd a--* a  ^entk'nian and a soldier.  llis thoughts were neither of the  .-is.onary maid nor the -detested vegetable a-s be strode up and down the  aisle of the chilly car. They hid  been lighting' snow and wind since 1  p. ii'., and now it was 10, and 11.e  drifts piled higher. .Something lr.td  happened to the steam pipes, and  comfortable warmth vvas fast becom-  .ng a more and mere distant ycnio-  iv. Worst of all, they had not yet  succeeded in reaching thc place wheie  ihe diner was taken on, and dinner-  ess,  the maji r was unhappy.-  "Where in the world are wc, and  what are e stopping for this Unit?"'  ,e gmwled, as a bluenosed brakc-i-  iiian swung through.  ���������'Stopping    because wc,can't go no  artber,  was     the     answer.   "This  An Osier C< n/crt��������� Kin you giv.-r  old   tramp   ten cents  11111111''  "What    for? To liiiy iwhiskey?"  "No,   mum.    To   buy  chloroform.  At Schotnbriinii, the Austrian em  peror's palace, is the finest collection of orchids in the world, numbering  18,t0 l  plants.  ire's Craves Station, and we're lel-  i-grapliiiip; for relief. Let you know  . irectly," as hc disappeared.  "Comforting, to say the least-  Windows so frosted you can't sec out  ���������nd theic is probably nothing to set  if you could. How a cup of cot'ee  low would cheer a man's soil!  The major's dismal refle lions were  nterruptcd hy a e'ear, ringing, laugh. Irrr-si.stably he stopped by ll-c  eat of the. fresh checked giil in t he-  wide hat who had l-een variously min  ���������stering to t lie'hungry, cold, tired  rar full Now, she had a yonigsler  in her Lip, stilling his fretting by  idles of a juicy orange. It looked in-  ��������� iiinu;.  "I am sorry to say," came 1 he con  diictor's vo--e fiom the doorwav.  "that the drifts make it impossible  "or in to go on. We have sont fr:r n  1 l'.w to relerse us, i-nd it can piob-  ���������iblv L'Ol here in two hours. As all  1 rains nfl.-r ri������ht o'clock lire throu������l*  r-vi.rrs**e^ the station is closed fo"  tl.r- nio-bt   so T  am afiaid"���������  A    chorus of     ctronns drowned  lh"  rrst  of   the  announcement.   TTelnless-  Limited,  have for some time  Attention is called to the.    fact that the   :  Ogilvie Flour riills Co ,  makers of ROYAL HOU SET I   OLD'   Fi.OUR,  past, been producing flour in a    vastly  improved  and purified  form  by the aid. of      ELECTRICITY  and having secured control  of   all the basic patents relating thereto, take! this opportunity of a clvisirtg   (he   public  that  any  unauthorized users of the 'electrical   Hour purifying processes  will he pro-  ���������ttcuted.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company Limited  are the only millers in Canada whose. Flour is  purified by the electric process.  This   Hotel   has   betn  completely  renovated.  Board and Lodging $1.00 per day.  HOTEL- PRETORIA  JOHN   THA,  Proprietor  Bar  Supplied  with  Uie  Best-  Lienors and Cigars.  Wines, h&fe_������-*���������.������������������ I  1st Avenue :-:  :-: Ladysniilh B.C.  Tlie Farmer's  Meat Market  Geo. Roberts, X  Prop  I  Merchant Tailor,  Roberts ������t, Ladysmith  ly and hopelessly they gazed at cach  other,   'ihe     laulored girl alone, slip  ping lhe child from her knees: held a  moment's consultation  with the conductor.   'I lieu she called cheerfully:,  "I am organizing & foraging expedition. May I ask for volunteers,  plc-vse"* Four men, I think���������young  orrcs. We'll let the rest of you help  when we see what's to, be done."  The response was instantaneous.  She bad to be firm in,accepting the  four who reached her first. Like a  d.'sputed sway, and before the now interested crowd could grow impatient  tliey found themselves filing through  hastily shoveled paths into the station's single building, almost warm  already with a huge fire in the stove.  "II wasn't a bit hard to get in,"  hostess. "We found quantities of  uosUs.s. '-'We found quantities of  wood, and if you're all very good  and don't li'ndcr we may find you  something -eatable in, due course.  Now, you, "' to the flattered major,  ���������'keep e\ervbody else amused someway while we get supper."  "Th.it girl is a-a- brick!" he nuir-  ir.uicd admiring'-v and proceeded to  obey orders to the best of his ability.  The merry cries from the kitchen  end of thc establishment helped him  ii. his efforts.  "Ciackers'"  cairolled    thc  captain  encouragingly.    "Half     a barrel full  And, a can   of     cream  frozen almost  solid.   I'll have to sweeten some foi  desert."  A few moments of laughter and ap-  iK-rciit   investigation.  "Now, a girl like t-hatij' #l*.c major was pondering, unable to keep  his jealous gaze from wandering.  Then a burst of triumph from the  t-itohen. "Oh, sec what. I've found,  cans and cans of them! Now for a  feast!"  Then, a period of busy silence and  strengthening odois.  In less time than thc famished trav  oilers had dared hope they were ranged before howls brimming with a  .steaming and   savory concoction, the  DAY SCHOOL  Usual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in pencil anil crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons gi������-  en  in classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM,  ladysmith. B. C.  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. 68C, F.  O. E.-   :���������:        :���������:        :���������:        ������������������i  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  _rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President, B   Forcimmer;     Worthy  Secretary, C H.  Rummings.  Esquimalt & Nanaimo,  Time Table No. 54,  "a  ���������o���������  Via the peoples' favorite...  Northbound  Leave  (Continued  on Page Three.)  J. PliRCUND CO.  WHOLESALE DRYGOODS.  ,   Victoria, B. C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrated  IRONCLAD BRAND  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES;  JUMPERS,  PANTS,  SHIRTS. ETC.  PAINTING,   PAPER     HANGINf  ETC.  Work done properly and at rlgl.  prices. Shop and residence in rea  >f Ladysniith  Hotel.  J.  E. SMITH, Prop  CRYSTAL LAUNDRY  Leave orders with  BLAIR &  ADAM.  All work first-class at THE CHRY  iTAL,  VICTORIA.  A few Requisites- for the , Housekeeper at this time of the year:  Wall paj.er, from 10 cents to $1.00  per 10 1 to brighten the appearance  of your  rooms,  A tin of I'.lack Enamel to make  your grates and stoves look like  new,   15  cents.  A tin of Varnish Stain to renovate  your furniture for 25 cents; a tin of  Elastic Oak Vainish for your furniture and woodwork, $1.00: a tin of  Oxidized Enamel, -10 cents, for baths  and sinks���������water has no eli'e.t on it;  a tin of Granitinc Floor Finish, to  save your oilcloths and linoleums  from wearing,; a tin of the lest ready-mixed paint in Ladysniilh, for  $l.7.r.  per gallon. ;  All  advice cheerfully given at     thc  P ainting and   I'arcr-IIengiiig.  Lad\smith Wall  Paper Depot.  HARRY KAY  fielder Bros.   ^Dealers in .....  Pianos and  Organs...  Ladysmith, B. C.  ���������  ���������    ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*  ���������  ���������������  Plans,  Specifications  and ��������� De  ������������������  *���������  tails     furnishekl for all kinds  ���������������  ������������������  of work in the CARPENTER  ���������������  ���������������  Line  ���������*  ���������*  C.  B.   ROBELEE,   Carpenter  ������*  *���������  and Joiner,    ~2nd ave, Lady  ���������������  ������������������  smith, B.  C.  *���������  ���������  ���������    ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*  *  Under New Managmen  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnell & Wo'odbank  Proprietors.  Modem and     Strictly First Class.  Commercial Mens'  hcadciu.nters.  Fire Proof     Building.  ...  -1.80 7.55  ... 5.17 G.-1G  ...  5.55 5.56  ...   G.-15 5.00  ...   7.37 -1.15  7.52  de 4.00  Overlands  Daily  r,  Passengers can leave Victoria daily  at 8 p. in. or 11 p. m.. ' .   ���������  TICKETS SOLI) TO ALL POINTS  Shortest route to Feinie, B. C',  and   ALL  KOOTENAY POINTS.  For rates, folders, sleeping car  reservations aiid nil information call  on or address  S. G. YERKES K. J. BURNS  G.W.P.A., 75 Government st  Seattle, Wash,   ���������        Victoria, B.C.  TAKING  EFFECT-THURSDAY,   APItlL 13,  is 03.  Southbound Northbound Sal. Sun. Southb'd  Daily Arrive   Leave     and  Wed. Arrive  A.M.    P. M. ' P. M.     P. M.  Victoria      0:00 12.Oil Victoria    Shawnigan Lake    10:20 10.-10 Shawnnjan Lai e  Duncans   .-.:.   11:oo 10 02'Imnc.m '   Ladysniith   ....>."���������.   :    11-.57    9.10, Ladysniith     Nanaimo t '.'.   ...,   ^2:40    8.20  Nanaimo     Ar. Wellington        :.  i2:53Lv 3.CO- \r. Wellington  ���������THROUGH'TICKETS  TO  CROFTON.  Via Westholm. Stage leaves daily except Sundays, connecting with North  and South bound trains." Double stage service Wednesdays ixnd Saturdays  connecting  with  morni������g and  afternoon trains.   Faic from Victoria, Single $2.40.    Return, $3.60. '  THROUGH TICKETF VICTORIA  TO ALBERNI.  Stage leaves Nanaimo Tuesdays   and Fridays on arrivalof train, from  Victoria. ' Fare  from   Victoria,   single $5,201    Return !".8.65.  Excursion rates in effect to all points, good going Saturday and Sunday,  returning not  later than Mondday.  ..,;'. ���������     , ��������� ' ' ,   -GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Traffic  Manager.  NOTICE.  Persons found- usiug our Patent  dottle or Stoppers after this notice,  .vill be prosecuted.  RUMMING BROS.  Moneer Soda, Water Works.  Ladysmith, B.C.  The City Market  R. Williamsou, Prop.,  1st Ave,     Ladysmitli  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������R-Atet Sri.25 r.Ltl $1 liO���������  r������*e bun to all steamboat  laudiigs &l.  .ilway depota.    Electric cart tviiy ':���������������  .mutee to all parts ol   the city,   bi-  ud table nnexceilrd.  F. BAYNES, Piopnelor,  W.UOTT   ST., 'VANCOUVER   li, C.  HILBERT  :: liiip'y-.MiiW-*^^  PRY'S jMRSfRltS  MEW CROP-  -lome Grown &   Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     and FLOWER  SEEDS. <���������*  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  RHODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  3010 Westminster  Road, Vancouver.  Are You  Going East  Phea be sure your tickets read   via  obe  MOTEL     LELAND.  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block-from C.P.R. Depot " and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovat--  ed and re-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Granville and Hastings  streets   Telephone,  1���������4.  BARBER    SHOP AND BATH ROOMS  The   USPLANADK    between the  Grand and -'Ahbottsford,  WnxiAM Powkks, Prop.  F. TlcB Young  BARRISTOR and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO, LADYSMITH  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and making to order   a  speciality.  THOriAS MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  The  only  line  now  making    UNION  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with       the  through    trains    from    the    Pacific  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE  FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,  ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete  information  ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   Agent,  151  Yesler Way.  Seattle.  TICKET -OFFICE  and  Yates  Sts.,  Cor.   Government  Victoria, B. C-   :  Trains  Transcontinenta'  Trains^ Daily  3  ' ****.'������-*'^-*^.*������^.!#^.������*^.'# ^  |     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  i  9  i  9  r^'feP.  $  $  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N: Ry. or the Sea  1  t  t  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager.  f  ���������Vfe������!1-*i*'*^*i=-**'-*'fe*'*^  THOS. KIDDIE.  Smelter Manager.  W. SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK TROMPTLY TV     '  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARIGRS  HIGH  STREET.  :���������:���������: Best in thc City :���������:���������''���������  RATRS f2 00 TEH. DAY  5AVIPI, I? ROOM3  BAR SUTIT.IKn WITH BRrT  WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ABBOTSFORD  Beat accomodation in town.   Splendid 'muting and fishing in near vicinity.  A. J. McMURTRlE, Proprietor. LADYSMITH, B. C.  *������****$*>K������$*$*$������$*$*:*������:-K������^^  LIVERY, BOARDiNQ AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK   A  SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  f PHONE 66 LADYSfVUTH f  WX9mmX9X������X������X9X������X9X9X������X������T^^A^;rA������;k9^m^m^m)^������^9J^  X  m  X'  ���������  X  X  ������  WM; MUNSIE, President  One of which is the famous "North  Coast Limited," Ride on it always.  Up-to-date' Pullman and Tourist  sleepers on all trains. Through ticket's . issued to. all paints East and  South, also. Pullman 'tickets issued  and  berths reserved. -  Only direct route to Yellowstone  Park. Cheap rates from all points  EastT front March 1st to Maty- 15th.  Steamship tickets on sale, to all  European points. Very low rates  now in effect. Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire. ���������  For  further particulars call  at the  oin or phone No. 45G.  A.  D" CARLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A.,  N.P., General  Agent.  Portland,  Ore. Victoria,  B.C  J. W.   COBURN, ,Man. .Director  Telephbnel-tG. ..,''���������'  Fhe  -'Ladysniith  Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS  AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH���������Shingles  a Specialty.  ���������-��������� Manufacturers    of���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  ShinglesV Mouldings, Etc./ofthe Best Quality.  Seasoned  and   Kilo  Dried   Flooring      and  Finishing    Lumber "in' "* Stock.  THEJONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooti Table, Good Bed and Good Bai  (Half Block from Depot.)  HIGH STREET, LADYSMITH  Dr- W. J  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8700.000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :  $5 and under     3 cents ;  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents \  "    $10        " " $30.*. ....  10 cents  "    $30       " " $50   15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any oiTicc in C  nttdii of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking point:,   ii the United States.  NEGOTIAHLB AT A  FIXED  RATI!  A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC   . LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of reiiiittin   small sums of money  with safety and at small  :ost.  LADVFVTTH BRANCH - W.   A.  CORNWALL.  Manager.  DENTIST  Stevens Block,  Ladysmitli,  B.C.  Dentistry  in all   its   Branches;   efvery  new  appliance.  EUROPE    HOTEL  J. GIACHERO, Prop.  Newly    furnished,    everything   the  best,  finely stocked bar.      Transient  rate, $1.00 per day.    Monthly   rate,  $23.00.  | First Avenue . . . Ladysmith, B. C.  I  Ladysmitli   Temple No. 5  The Kings Hotel is the only place "Sisters meets in the Oddfellow's hall  In Ladysmith     that  .as  on  draught'211'1  and 4������> Tuesday at 7.30  p. m.  John Labatt's  India Pale Ale'.   Call  Mrs. Kate Tate, secretary.  around and sample it. i     ; ,  Best  accommodation. for  transient  and permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  Rathbonc 1 _ij]y  furnished* and  the bar is up-to-  date.     Rates $1.00  a day    and     upwards.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  Esplanade ;���������: :���������::���������: :���������: Ladysmith  LADYSfYlITr!  BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED  AND FRESH.  BREAD FIVE CENTS PER LOAF  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  FARM PKODULE  Orders will be ddivcrcd anywhere  in the city promptly and at" the lowest possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, on the  Esplanade.  JAS.  WARNOCK.  I w ������*t_r-*i i������fi "H**k*-r-"cif/~vi t --n-*i  i ii i**������w ."two .it<0/>i>+*3:*i*ir*i-U*v..  DAILY LEDGER  B*t������a_������*K*b__l  ���������      ���������   ���������       ���������������������������   ���������������������������������������������������������������     ���������������������������  ������      ���������'���������      ���������    ���������   ���������   ���������  ���������   ���������   ���������   ���������   ���������  ���������    ���������'  There is No Necessity  of sen(li������s away for anything    you may require in  Hardware or Garden Tools  W������ can supply your wants in all  seasonable  goods such asi Hoes,  Spades, Shovels, Rakes, Lawn  Mowers, Poultry netting, Etc.  Prices Always Right  PITT & PETERSON,  Duncan,    B. C,  ���������'  ��������� ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������� ������������������# ������������������������������������ ��������� ��������� ���������  ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  DUNCAN  ESTABLISHED 1878  and QUAJlICHAiW  yzoul?aIem  Jtotel  DUNCAN  STAGE LEAVES FOh COWICIIAN  LAKE MONDAY,  WEDNESDAY,  AND FRIDAY.      MOUNT.  SICKER DAILY.  PRICE BROS.,  Proprietors.  W, P.JAYNES  ���������Importer and Dealer in all kinds of Merchandise���������  AGENTS FOR���������The American Cieara   Separator Co , Grant Powder Co.,  a������d B. C. Pottery Company.  Also Manufacturer of all kinds of Feed from Home Grown Products.  Keast's Livery &  Freighting Stables  -H. Keast, Proprietor  Sta|������ leaves Mount Sicker at   7 a.m.,  at 13:30 p.m., daily,  except,   Sundays.  returning, leaves   Duncan  (Specials at short notice.)  Quamichan Hotel  ���������o���������  Headquarters   for  Tourists and Commercial Men  .    BOATS ON SOMENOS LAKE.  Splendid Fishing, Telephone connection.  FRANK CONRUYT, Prop.  Duncans Station.  AN EASTER OPENING  FES  MILLlif STORE  X   X   DUNCAN,   B.   C.   X-  X  It  ROBT. GRASSIE &. SQN  GENERAL BLACKSMITHS  OPENED AT DUNCAN  Newest creations in  Millinery. Up-  to-date Hats   Made and Trimmed to  Order at Shortest Possible Notice.  FLOWERS,      FOILAGE.   All    Ladies     cordially      invited    to inspect  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N.W.T., excepting the. Yukoa  Territory���������A free miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable in  the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior^ ���������    '     ''-.-,   ' : . ,  j   The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed    or bars of the river  below low water mark, and subject  to the rights of all persons who have,  or who may receive, entries for bar  diggings or bench claims, except on  the Saskatchewan  River,   where  the  lessee may drcgde to high water mark  on each alternate leasehold..���������-,-  The lessee shall have a dredge 'in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person or company has  obtained more than one Tease 7 one  dredge for each fifteen milesi. or fraction is sufficient. Rental, $10 per  annum for each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate of 2i per cent,  collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The l������ssec-s right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the  lstday of August in the year of the  the date of the lease. .  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two years from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  cach five miles within six years from  such date. Rental, $100 per mile for  first year and ��������� $10 per ��������� mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty, game  as placer mining.  Placer Mining in the Yukoa Territory���������Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall, not exceed 250 feet in  eegth, measured on the.base line or  general direction of the creek or gulch  the width being from 1,000 to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250 feet square.  Claims are marked bj_-two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining. Recorder's office. One extra day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claim must bald a free miner's ossificate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in  length, and if the party consists of  THE MISSION OF THE  TOMATO  BISQUE.  ^(Continued- from Page Two.)  *fe<--^*������*������^*������**&&*-A������A*������S������������fe^i^  very,sight of     which increased their  faith in a sheltering Providence.  '"' "Fall to,     fall toh',' urged the apparently untired   girl, waving, a long  ladle     like    a     magician's       wand.  "There are   gallons and gallons, and  I don't    want,    to see a motionless  spoon until every drop is. 'finished-.''  They needed     no second invitation.  As the major     leaned'.���������'back ��������� after a  fourth polishing of his bowl the girl  came up. wicn a platter,   -'u ate' tins,  and, gamer, the biggest' sort of, a collection   / to    pay.    for our entertainment, "..she whispered.  "  And the   .plate grew     heavy as he  went the   rounds;    supported by the  voice of the gin from..her itool pedestal.  Then came thc dish wash'ng���������("Is  tiiere-janytlHiig that-girl��������� won't think  of? wondered the major) and a round  of lively games, upon which broke  the; welcoming'. shriek of the snow-  plow.  Arid how the winter night was rent  with cheer upon cheer for the captain, as once again they boarded the  train with a fair passage ahead!  The major by force captured the  seat beside her. i  "We can't begin to thank you, of  course. It was a case of-'salvation,  pure and simple. And that stew-  perfectly delicious! If 1 might ask  you to accept my card"���������  As she took the bit of pasteboard  she started and Hushed; then, with a  fluttering apology, was off to adjust  the wraps of an old lady who was  trying to gel a nap, and when at the  first stop she left the train, escorted  liy- a body-guard of six or eight  strong, with a musical "Goodbye,  everybody, and bon voyage!" over  her shoulder, the major felt that his  advances had not been warmly received.  During the two days which the major and his son, who had gone ahead,  spent over thc business which had  called them from home thc younger  man found his patience tried by the  J incessant allusions to "the girl who  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  saved our lives."  Union Brewi  NANAIMO,   B_ C.  h  ������  it  ir  ������  10-.  I  f������  f*  <*  BOCK   BEER  NO WON TAP  The yearly return of the BOCK BEER Season is of interest to .the  Brewer as well as the Public, and the Union Bock Beer for 1905,  will show that special care has been takeb in the: manufacture of  this superior article. ",' .-������  ������-  ft  I  IP  ft"  I  ���������*  tV  _>  The Union Brewing Co.'s Bock has been brewed  Tor a number of  months and stored in their famous cellars until it has reached the  proper  age,'and is  now ready  and procurable on draught  at all  Saloons.  ���������������������������'���������^������������������������������������������������������ii******^****'**^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^,  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short   notice.    Drill Sharpened  by us always  gives satisfaction. Picks hand! ed and repaired.  Shipsmittiing    in  a)1     its   .TBranlies.  Horseshoers and 'Genera! Biacksmitns.  David  Buller Street   -    -   -   -   Ladysmith, b   C  WE   NEVER   SLEEP  BUT ARE     ALWAYS ON THE LO OKOUT FOR    THE BEST MEATS  . IN THE MARK ETS.  WE ARE NOW BRINGING OUR CATTLE FROM EAST OF THE RO  OKIES, YOU WILL GET THE BE ST IF YOU BUY FROM US.  RAN NELL   &   PLASEKTT  STFVENS BLOCK,  GAT/.cR*"*  -ADYSfllTH, B C-  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY  STATION STREET,  DUNCAN, B.C;  DUNCAN   uv������^and STABLES  S. J. Hagan, Manager  \WaamkWkmmmBBkwmmaaaWA  AN IDEAL TOURIST AND  HEALTH RESORT  H0TELSTRATHC0N4  Tourists and  sportsmen  making this hotel their headquarters will appreciate the excellent cuisine and service.  Electric light is fitted through  out.    There is a good   supply  of water.     No mosqiiitos.  SHAWNIGAN LAKE   B.C.  FIRST-CLASS  Freighting a Specialty   .f  PRICES noDERATE  TURNOUTS    OF    RIGS,    HARNESS,  HORSES.  B. C.  Your patronage  DUNC AN.I  solicited  Telephonic in Connection.  X  T  ?!  H  )<  X  JX-X--X X"X-:X X X X X X  Pharmacist  jjt-X-K-X-^X-X X X  R. B. ANDERSON  HIGH GRADE BICYCLES  BICYCLE AND GUN  REPAIRING.     ACETYLENE GAS  FIXTURES AND GENERAL METAL WORKING  Fina linta, WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY REPAIRED.  SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED.  X    Oddfellows Block     ���������   .���������    ���������  iJt-x-x^x-x-Xr^^ ���������  _     _    _    ���������    ��������� Duncan v, B.C.  ��������� x-^r^x-x-^x-^-x x x x  WHITT0ME  if  FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION  LANDS IN MANITOBA THE NORTHWEST TERi  RITORIES     AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acrt for soft coal and $20  for anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate  of ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds  shall be collected on the gross output.-  Quartz���������Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free n���������_ei's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advance  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company.according  to  capital.  A free miner, having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  jame with two legal posts, bearing  location notices, one at each end on  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shall he recorded within  fifteen days if located within ten  miles of a mining recorder's office, ona  additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At     least $100 must be expended '  on the   claim     each year or paid to er is used, claims  the mining recorder in lieu thereof, be obtained.  When $500 has been expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase the land  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister of the Interior to locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a mining location/  shall provide for the payment of a  Royalty of 2J per cent, of thc sales  of the products of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and tho  N.W.T., excepting the Yukon Territory���������Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square,      entry fec$5, renewable yearly. On the North Saskat  chewan River claims are cither  bar  or bench,  the former being 100    feet  long and extending between high and  low water mark.  The latter  includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill or bank, but not   exceeding 1,000 feet.   Where steam pow-  200 feet wide may  put of which no royalty shall      be  chargen, the rest of the party ordinary claims only.  - Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at the rate  of two and one-half'per cent, on the  alue of the gold shipped from     the  futon Territory to be paid to    the  Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a* grant  of more than one mining claim     on  eaeh separate river, creek or gulch,  but the same miner may. hold     any  number of claims by purchase,     and  free miners may work their claims in  partnership by filing notice and paying a fee of $2.00.   A claim way   be  abandoned and another obtained    on  the same creek, gulch or river by giving notice and paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim each  year to the v^lue of at least $200.  A certificate that work has      been  done must be obtained each year;    if  not, the claim flail be deemed to  be  abandoned,  and    open to occupation  and entry by a free miner. ,  The boundaries of a claim may   be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices  in   the  Yukon official Gazette.  Petroleum���������All  unappropriated  Dominion lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within the Yukon Territory, are open to prospecting for petroleum, and the Minister  may reserve for an individual-or company having machinery on the land  to be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as he may decide.  the length of width shall not exceei  thrse times the breadth.  Should the prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly establish such discovery,  an area  not exceeding 640 acres, including the  oil well   will be sold to the prospector at the  rate of $1.00  per acre  and  the remainder of the  tract reserved  namely,    1,280     acres     will be sold  at  the     rate of  three   dollars     an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate  as may be specified hy order-in-coun-  cil.  JAS. A. smart:  Deputy  Minister of tho Interior  Department  of the Interior,  w.  ii  CALEDONIAN"  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  -:o:-  I "A girl lil-e that, Warren, would  make a wife worth having.'. Capable  | to the last degree, none of your aesthetic ethics about her. What you  can sie in that college creation you  are so determined to"���������  "If you please, father, remember I  am engaged to marry Miss Berkeley  and cannot countenance slighting remarks even from you. If you would  only consent to sec her you would  not feel so, I know.  "Well,well, never -mind! But a  girl like that I could welcome as a  daughter," was the regretful re.  sponse.  On the return trip, by daylight, the  major grew visibly excited as they  neared tbe town where the girl had  stopped.  "I'll watch closely, Warren, and if  she should happen to be at the train  I could point her out."  "Ye-cs," drawled Warren absently',  then he started forward'-as the train  pulled in. "Marcia! Why, what in  the world"���������-k  But his father was peering through  the window. "By Jove, there she is!  And she.s���������no���������yes,���������she's getting on5  Don't be excited,'Warren, if you can  help it." ���������'.:'.."''  And the major turned to see his  dignified son dashing down tbe aisle;  then he held his breath as he saw  him warmly greet thc angel of the  midnight feast.  "Father, this is Miss Berkeley���������  Marcia,'' began Warren persuasively,  when, to his surprise, the maiden  said:  "I have met your'-father before, although Major Blackburn did not at  the time know me.  Father and son gazed from each  other to the girl. Comprehension  dawned simultaneously. Then tbe  major put out both bauds , with  with laughter in bis eyes.  "But, Marcia," questioned Warren,  as they seated themselves, "I don't  understand yet, why are you away  from the university'?"  "Three day's leave, of absence for  experimental sociology."  "Marcia," said the Major, admiration and wonder controlling bis voice  'that stew: I didn't know college  girls ever did such  things."  "My tomato bisque?" she laughed.  "T am famous for that in my chafing  dish and found just the right things'  ."Tomato?'���������" gnsped ^he major, sink- I  ing back weakly.   "That  wasn't   tomato? T���������T���������etiess T     never tried any  before.   Tt was verv nice.  "'  - 4+4+++4-<H++++4-*+4-H-+++4t++. +*4������44-'4\4+4~4-4+4+4^++++++  J/"*  LAC /SMITH TRANSFER CO. x  4-  X  f  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A  ND  SAFELY.  Leave orders at   the  Statics in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel  ������������������'.. ".'        . '    Abbots ford.-"  WILLIAMS AND WA3KEi\  r++y*+4'-444 ������������������������������������ ��������� 4 44 ffHfffffHfH 4*M-M**M-f4*f-M-  OLD HICKORY  FURNITURE  Is Just Perfection  for Your  LAWN OR VERANDAH  It  is     just finished naturally���������with  the bark   on���������not roughly���������com  fort has   been     carefully considered. The frame-? are     made of  hickory saplings and the woven parts of the  in .cr growth'barli  young  AN INDESTRUCTIBLE COMBINATION  Hickory Chairs as Ill-ssirated, priee $4. O  --        With Rockers, 50c. Extra  Hickory Reading Ci airs with drop arms. ST.ooea  Hickory Moorish Rockers, woven backs, $7.oo each  Hickory Lawn or Verandah Settees, $7 oo each  The Real old "Andy Jackson" chairs $8.5o each*  Weiler Bros,  3  VICTORIA,   B.C.  L"**_-_-*S***������er*s*i^^  l^3!x^S^S^3SSBSSSSSSSSEl^!SSS:'  To Make Hard  Tin; cs  Good       |  and Guod Times    Better '  ,*������&J3S>  Btiy Your Meats FYoin  H, &W..M  r  T  111  *<  R. P. RITHET,  & Co., Ltd.  Pacific Coast  j VICTORIA, :���������: :-:  Agency.  ;_:  ;_: ;-:B.C.  The snake has one great protection  against assailants. He appears to be  always on bis guard and awake.  This is explained by the fact that  the eyes of snakes never close. Night  and day, sleeping and waking, alive  or dead, they are always wide. open.  A snake's eyes arc not protected by  lids, but with aslrong scale. This  is as clear as glass, arid, oc course,  affords not thc least impediment to  Sight.  NEXT DOOR TO THOMSON'S HAUDWWARE STORL.  WE CAN SATISFY YOU  M,R   SIMPSON,  Solicitor,  Etc.  Money   to    Loan  1st Avenue  ���������LADYSMITH  H.O. MILES  Contractor  and Builder  REPAIRING  of  all  kinds  promptly  attended to.    Shop on Gataore    st^ TKE   DAILY    LED"-) BR  LOCAL ITEMS  Mi Hugh Bales ictuined on this  liunning s ti.nn  fiom Nanaimo.  Two C P R. ollicials woic 111 town  yesietday looking o\ei supplies, etc,  on the E A. N. .June U-*t is mentioned as likclj lo be Uietinie the load  will   be   taken  o\ei   hi   the C P R.  'I luce sailing \essels will \ i.->it La-  d\ smith foi 10.il soon. It 1-. li.lnn-  .ited that the) .110 thai v-rcd to 1 ai-  rv  1 oal   to Uie  Riin*.i.ui   'lect  It is le.x.ited lh.it A\. P  the L mica Mine Wink 'is o-  John Md'hell, will visit  dining the pn-senl monnh  ."���������s.iU-.it ol  : pit 1 u.1,  Nanauno  Olhici ll.tnii.iy wishes the owneis  ������l dogs that have not vet paid then  Linos and n-itucd ihe 1 emulation tag  to look out lot ne\t Moinl.iv, lor 11  will l,c set I linn (lav Save cost by  j a\ ing   \ 0111   do;;  Un'  A l.i't niimbei of the ni'cmen limited out Lis 1 evening and indulged m  jl.uIki' on I nst Avenue (In *llc  ������������������ouisc 01 llu> practice the hi emeu arc  .s.ud lo have given i.ccasion.illy .1 line  Jiatli to some ol lhc mtoiesled 011-  lookeis     \'ei\   kind  "\ii Slc.c Anions ret tuned fiom  New Biunswiik, wheie he has been  .staying loi son-c months Mi  Anions 1 epoi ts the wiutci at New  Biunswiik as kiwng been a very  hard one and espressos pleasure at  being nam again amongst his old  ii lends 111 Lad\ smith.  *=fej=-rf-- fel  ���������x'-  If  -*-^tr  'lhc O.seat   is      in  wilh oie for   tho  T\cc Sme.tei   irom Seattle  The  coal  Oder  is  lu-ie  to load bunkci  'lhc Quadra  is  fuel  in today, taking on  SPORTS  -?*-*-  Hulk  J-.1p.1n  i*>  in   for   a  load      of  sl.uk coal loi   lho (oinov coke oven*.  SS   'lncoloi   is due ior a full  go of co.il ior San I rancisco.  011-  C.iptanr   Rvtkogel,   agent   foi      the  .sail 111/ sluj)  Snow and   lUirgiss,     is  in  the citv     TTi������* ship,  Captain  S.u-  ensin in command,  will be 111  Ladv-  snulii in a'roiii a week to loa������l  2,500  sons of coal fci   Nome  ���������   ���������   ������  TI 0 S S \'eiiture, which left last  nigl.l 011 ho 1 way noith, has greatly  inipiovcd iu .ipicnance m'hcc siio last  visited th s poit She is no longei a  cat lie I oat, but a passenger ship fitted ihioughout with all modem con-  \cn oners and the host of accommodation is afloido.l those tiavelluig in  her She also has a fine new rwin  sere v Th������ Ycntui" is captained b\  Captain Wan en and the purser is  Mi   Vaughn  VICTORIAN COME TO GRIEF.  WON TIIOLSAND GUINEAS.  London, May .'*.��������� At the Newmarket meeting today Cheuy Lass won  the thousand guineas stakes. Koor-  haan was second and Jcngleus thud.  Nun Icon hoiscs  tan.  TENNIS.  The Chiiich ot England Tennis club  held a meeting at   the  Roctoiy  last  evening       Some  important  business  was u ansae ted, 'including the making  of.iules that ate to .govern the club.  Tho membeis'np list  of the club coii-  lin.ii .    to    *i-#ow.    Those  who  have  joint.1  have  .1 heady  had  some good  game-,,  and   the m..nigeanent  of    tho  1 club hope to take teams to Nanaimo  ant  Duncans  to compote with representatives   ot   the   tennis  dubs ,    of  those towns     In  the local club thcie  .no s.'M'ial excellent playois.  THE .WHEEL.  Atlanta,   tin ,   May .-������.���������Ncaily   30,-  000 i>oi.sons saw Bobby W.ilthoiu   de-  1 fo.it Nod Buolloi last infill 111 a bicy-  'cle i.icc     The contest was thc   be.*-l  I two  in  thiiC heats,  five miles     Wal-  ' thoui   won   the  fust  and  third,   and  Bud ci   the  seco.ul  by a margin      of  two feet. Tho fust heat was allying  stait  ami  the second and  third  Tom  standing starts.   The, time was 0 ifi,  7 22, 1 11     Two men will meet  niglil  111 a 20-mile race,  THE M\T.  who  in j Ladysmith, tool-  Mis    Beachem  (me 01 hei  sons  the ti.nn llns morning foi Victoria  on a visit 'Ihis is Mis Bcachem's  fii<*t lup to Victoiia since 1<*"(I2,  when she landed from a voyage .11-  ound the Ifoin SI e lias lived evei  since in this  wcnulv  St    Johns   Nlld ,   May 3���������Tho   \1-  lan lino    tin bine steamci   Victorian,  fiom   Li.erpool      to   Montreal    with  resides  with ] [ _ ���������( n  passengeis,  is  stuck  in  an  itc  Hoc one mile oli  Cape Bav at the en-  tiai.ee of  the Gull  ot  St    Lawrence  Shi   is unable to piocced fai thci, the  ice ben r,  packed  acioss Cabot sti.nl  Tht   puisei,     who came ashore     10  who  tie owneis,  lepoitecl  thai     lhc  \kion. n  1 ail  fine pa*.st*go and  that  all on  .o.iid woie wdl  OKI-1 TO "\ ALE.  Mi     J-'   F.ccles, who has been .staving  at   the   \li|ntsfoid   Hotel,      left  Ladysmilh veslenlav iron,'.bound foi  "N. ale,  whee he intends taking up Ins  1 es-,dente  111  fiituie    Mr    Eccles was  cue of lhe lust nf the men employed  111   ihe   Pa loi' ion   mines   when   they  (tis(   opened,   and since   lhat   time lie  has   woikcd   legulaily   ft r   the   Company     Ho   was most   populai   at   the  Hotel     Ahiotsford,   and    his  fellow  bo.11 dcis me soily  lo  lose him   Befoie   lo.-ving  he annoiiiucil   to   them  lho clianng iews  that he would >o-  1111 n 111  lime to partake oPt.be next  01     "Mai 's'    noted   Ciinslmas    din-  ncis ,  The   .-.ell known steamer Lcol.in.tw  aui.e.i   at   'I aconia   fiom  Tieadv. ���������-.  Al.isk.i, at 7 o'clock Wednesday iiighl  hi  thed  at  the Tacoma  smeltci,  ',1  and  tl-n  w-ht'e  her  cargo  vvill   bo disthrugcd  Leohmivv brought in  tow   the  John C    Potter firm  Nilback,  of Wales'Island    The steamci  Horn  Tioailwoll last   l'ndav,  The  baigc  Pt 1 .co  s.u'cd  voiv  WHITE SWV.N SO\P  CONTEST  lhe   di.iv.ing   fm    the   gi.imophoiio  put   up  monthly   101   the benefit of users  of   White  Swan   Soap   took   place  vestoidav   as  ad 01 used   at   Blau   &  Adam's store.    Miss   Forcimmer was  elected   to  siipori-nteml   the  drawing,  and out of the lot of coupons on ii-al_l  she drew number. Il,2(12,  the holder of  which   will   be  tlio  happy   owner     of  (iiievOf  these  really  splendid   talking**  machines.    The lucky coiu'-on was 01,-  lained   at   iMessrs.   Simor   Lciser   &  .Co.'s  store, .whore  the owner of lhe  winning-nimilioi: 'vill, on presentation  of the same,   receive ..the gramophone  a.nd   four   records.   The   next   drawing  will  lake place (luring  thc -Nfirst week  in June,  the exact date to be adver-  1 ised later on.   O���������-���������:   CARRIOLE���������KERR  Thc following    account of. the wedding of Mr.     tiarrigle **.n-d Miss Kerr j  was  written yesterday  morning,  hut j  by a    mista! e     was omitted  in last j  night's issue:  An interesting ceremony took place  at llu* home of the bride's parents  yesterday evening at 0.30, when the  iicv. R. Boyle, united in marriage  Mr. Henry'Wood McCarrigle, audi  Miss Mary Kerr. Thc bride was attired in a charming gown of grey male-rial daintily trimmed with soft  < ream lace. She was given away by  her fi.li.cr and nlleiided by her sister, Miss Agnes Kerr. Mr. T. McCarrigle  was l,:st num.  Immediately after the ceremony was over lhe happy couple  hoarded the evening train, bound for  Vancouver, via Nanaimo. After a  short honeymoon spent on the main-  la'id I hey vvill return to take, up  1heir residence on  Fourth  Avenue.  Tlie. bride is well known and grcat-  1*- liked in sotinl circles in this city,  while Mr. McCarrigle is one of the  nost popular employes of the Wcl-  ���������linplo-t CiiT-Tv Company  The ma nv friends of t'-o newly married couple join in hearty good wishes  for future happiners.  and  C.iptnn  Moyei   lopoils   a  plr.0S.111t  we.ithei   on  the tup ! ls  | nown    as the  "T.c c.ugo bi ought   by lhe  two v.js-   Koinau champion  scl*. 'is^a^veiy   valuable one,      l.oing  vvoith   1,81,250     In   lhe   I eolauaw's  ho'.i  v as hi ought  1,251  tons  of uin-  centiaies,  \.i)ucd at   tM>2,.*������00     Fiom  the      \iblack      min-s  the       Pottei  bnnight,  1,150     tons of fjcppci  oie,  whose  value  is  v2ii,7."i0,  . 'lhe piesdit   consiGinmonl   of coppei  oie  11 urn   th2   Niblack   Copjior   Company's 111'11 s  is of moic than passing  impni tai'.ic.    It  is   the fust  consignment   from   this  properly,  and  it is  ovpecl-;-d     that     for    the  present a  monthly     -shipment-of  about   1,500  tons  will  be  made regularly  to Tacoma.  Tho.Lccto.naw, 011 her up !;trip, towed   the  Pot ter   to  Niblack.    Proceeding      thence   to  Tread well,   she  dis-  chirged   her  cargo  of  2,800   tons  of  coal, at.ci, after loading, her cargo of  concentrates, on her return trip picked up the Potter at Niblack.   -  ' Afior   discharging   at   the   smelter  the     Lcelanaw    vvill   again   proceed  North  for a return  cargo of concentrates.  New York, Vny 1-George Hacken-  schmiclt, known as thc "Rissian  Lion." won from Tom Jenkins, of  (le e and, in their wrestling match  loi the champ'onship of the wodd in  the catch as catch can .style,  at Madison Square, m two stiaight  falls, 'lhe crowd was gieator than  any seen 111 this city for a long time  al a .snorting event Hackenschmidt  too', the aggicssnc from stall and  t'licw Jon'*ips with .1 half nelson  .if er .^7 minutes *and 5 se.onds .of  haul w 1 catling, The second and last  houl was somewhat shorter for Jcn-  11 s weakened and liackenschmldt  win in 22 minutes and four seconds  w ill .* hall Nelson and body hold.  'I he match was ior the best two  (,ul "of thicc falls, and both men have  hi en trailing for weeks. Jenl ins is  the champion catch-as-catch-can wies-  tler of Amenta, and llacljenschiiiidt  unbeaten  Graceo-  AT   MCTOUIA.  mtaa^eiaaasxiss^^^^^^^^s^  50 Pair Womens Don=  gola Lace Shoes.  Good-year Welt,  $2,00 pr.  37 Pair Womens' Strap  Slipper-   3 . straps,  (  turned Soles-Beaded  Fronts,  $l:50pr,  ���������  ������ -r-__r^  42 Pair Womens' Don-  gola Buskins, Beaded,  Kid I ined, Turued.  1.35 pr.  DRYSDALE-STEV.NSON  Co.   Lady smith  'J ho ni.iiistci i..l session of the Vic-  toi i.l ii.S'i.cl loii'.iiii'iiu.l its sessions  vislei.lav^ .iiieniooii at Victoiia, Rev  A AI .-.aiilc id, B V , ol Nanaimo,  ill .iiman ot the -listiict, piesidmg  Afi John Wislev All ler was lecom-,  j 11 ended as a vutablc lan.lidate foi  lhc iivinisliN llev Mi "Mihitv ie vvas  ap)o,nt(d sccict.nv. "s.illi Mi T  Biyant, of Nanaimo, as hil* assistant  Rev RoLeit llu������he*>, ol Nana,mo,  was u|)poinlcil lo the po-.ition ai st.i-  t seal  sen el an   .*.   Miss   Oldham���������Haven't   von   a   I101-  101   of dv nig iinniai 1 icd''  Afiss   \nleek���������No,  il'���������  hvinu      tint  I Bt>l!%  wa\   that  bolhcis  me   .j.���������  l    All  the food solved  to a guest al a  'Japanise  hamuli 1   anil   not  consumed  by  bun  at   tho   tune  is  taken   lo his  nome bv sonants ot, the host  1   "I.s yon 1   milkman  honest  ainLcon-  sci iitunis''" '  "Indeed  ho  is  telling  w-alei   he   uses  'and  Loadei  I  ovoiheanl      him  tho n ok   thai   he boils all the  11  the   milk "���������Clove-  A Now V011 01 was ;isiimg 111 Huston Seeing ,1 p.u 10I 111 .1 cage he  asked,  "docs Pruly  wanl  a ciackei''"  "I  Ki|iii[i< no sustenance 'Mom yon,  whalevoi,"     icpliid      the   Bad. Bay  bud   wnh  hautoui  Supplied by us, won the Grama  phone at the White  Swan  Soap  Drawing Yesterday.   Holder of this  Ticket will please call at our store  and receive the same.  -o���������  sg  "Ma       what   aie  the  Tolks  in  oui  chin c h got tin'   up a subsciiplion  foi"  1    "To  send oui   nnnistci   on  a vacation  to  Em ope  this- siimmei "  I     'An'      wtn't     tl.eie   be  no  chuuh  while he's gone'"  "No   picailung   seiviccs,   I   guess"  "Ma,   I  got   tl 22  saved  up  m  my  bank���������can   I give  thai'"  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  GATACRE ST.  -.ADYsmra  .'-���������  'llm Hurst was referee, while Tom  O'Biirn and Hugh Leonard, both of  Now lork, acted as judge*., Before  lie match was started, Frank Gotch  ol Iowa, apieaied and announced  that le  wo. Id  eballcnge the  winner.  lust look in at Knight's window  awl see tho new souvonit goods just  in New Post cauls, books of views,  leather post-cards and a number of  other souvenir goods of Ladysniith.  Don't forget Knight's Bookstore has.  them for sale. .;������������������-.  FOR VAGRANCY.  During the l.%st two days, no less  than nine men have left the town ac-  iing on the advice of Constable Han-  nay. F-'cven of these were colored,  and two wh'tc men. None of the  men had any visible moans of support, and with ihe exception of one  gentleman,, all wont without any fuss  The dignity of the one exception was  The    garments    aio   Supeiior  , made and dimmed and  finished with Sateen,  and make 'lie  coolest   and   most, (omfoi table  iiikU 1 woai   1 li.it   en   be   vvo-.ii  this hot  woathoi  Sizes 32 to 44  Prices $1.25 and  $1.50 suit.  juii m ioi.  FIRST AVE  &  ROBERTS ST.  NAILING TWO LIES"'AT ONCE.  I   Thoie aie 11  pans o-f twins in the  W'lnttier school, Alum upolis    Besides  j^ being in accord with Piesi.lcnb Roose  & veil   as  lo iace suicide,   thc VMutti-'r  sdio'd disliiil   is sliongly   icpublicaii  having   l,,*i!7   voles  foi   Roosevelt   to  101  loi   Paikoi   j.   Foi   some  leason���������oi   none���������  most  i>eiso.is    have   hiliieilo  looked  upon  (no  C.-unans as  the  mo-J  invcteiate  smokois   in   the   vvoild,   althom'b -few  ?������,vvill  be suipiisid to liain  that      the  *\  Dutch  aie a  little ahead of  them as  '.' 'consumeis or tobacco,  sin:c dictoial-  V" ly   a  Dutcluiian  is  alwa\s  associated  ���������| I wilh a   pipe     But   none  will   be pio-  sf p.iml  to heai   thai   the Swiss smoU'o  t,  5(1  pei   cut    moie   than cithei    Still  Fj    less   that     lhe   Belgian   bin ns   moie  fe'th.in  double as  much  as   the  Dulch-  man  W.G. Fraser  'I I LIT**.   OF .SING ING  It is as-reilcd,     with tiutli, thai  singing  comnit n  plaints  Sit l.l'l,,  a     coi rectne ol the too  leniency  Mi.    Bush  obsei \ c->  'I hc     Geiinaiis .tie.  ���������consumption; and  in part     occasiirnci  which I heir lungs ao.iiu.ic by  ing them  in      vocal  mus-ic,  to  pulmonic  Ionian eiuiiicnl   pby-  oii   this    subject  .seldom  alluded  this,  1''believe,' is  by the .strength,  excrcis-  fiir th's  MASON'S  Extract of Herbs  Makes the Finest  HERB BEER  Twenty-Five Cents per Bottle        Five Bottles $1.00  The editor has ticen accused of keep  ing rici>:oi' in his cellar.  This is    a  ��������� malicious and  unspeakable falsehood.  The li'q:uor js k.cpt jn the pantry, between the (lining room and the kitchen.    Why not, tell the truthr" It is also alleged  that}the editor of thsCa-  zettc has  the  gout,  caused  by  high  living.   Yes-te*day  for   dinner lie  bad  home-picked     sourdock,    .. dandelion,-  horseradish,     mustard, and beet-lop  greens,     boiled -bacon and  potatoes,  corn  bread  and  onions.    Would  you  call  that  high   living?���������Emporia  Gazelle.  cci stitutes an essential branch ol.  i',iirr education.- 'I he music inast:.-r ol  j. an academy has furiiishoel" a reiiurV:  'still more in favor ol this opinion.  ! He said that he had known several  | instances of persons w-ho were strongly disposal to consumption, who  : were restored to health by the exer-  i cisc of their lungs in singing.       ,.   ...  FIRED  ON THE  CROWD.  MerchantTailor,  (ist Avenue)  Spring Stock on hand. Call cerly and  get your choice.  s. w.  means  SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT  Our   Spring  Stock   has  just  armed,   and   now   is   a good   time to    paint.  Covcis  moie and  lasts longei     than any other Paint^on  the market.  LADYSMITH HARDWARE CO., Ltd  Charlie   Dunn  ny  MERCHANT TAILORS  "���������''        NEW    SPRING   AND   SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVED.  ('hiul-.s  !)- nn. if the above, .firm, visits Ladysmith every Sunday fo  purpose of taking  measurements and    seeing���������'jjustomers    personally.  W. T. HEDDLE   CO  NANAIMO.  It i.s persistently rumored in  imo   that  the.  coal   mines   will  N ana-  close  Lodz, May -I.���������A terrible riot occurred at the Church of the Holy  Cross yesterday, evening. When a  number of Roman Catholics around  the edifice -began si-nging t-he . A- ���������.-..-  tionary songs'a Csssack pa'.ro. came,  up at o. gallop and began .'timing  into a crowd of people huddled i n  the.church steps, some of the bullets  entering the sacred edifice and ���������.,: ><-  ing the altar. Several 'persons were  killed. A panic ipnsued among- ll-o  people -in the church; Many were injured   in   lho  rush  for   the  doors.  : the  May  bo. seen at tlie Hotels. We guarant, "cc'all stock and a perfect fit at the  lowest, possible rates. Suits from $15.00 up. Pauls from.$1.00 up. All  V and -made. M ' .. - -   '   ..  ������>������������������   '������*    !.��������� I11MI ��������� K*  T������/o First Glass Reside  SWC%^������5^*wrsiVH?C.'-!* 1  'S3  ^     I  To Rent  the Centre of the C ity  ���������&  JOHN STtWART P. O  Box 268  l-'IRE,   LIFE  AND  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE.  CONVEYANCING- . ' ' NOTAIVY   PLMU.IC.  Williams' Block  JLttdysmitli  Particular G r ocer s.  Telephone  [down on the first of the. jnionth. No  jaulhoritivo statement to that "liet I  has  boon  given  out,   however.  There is nothing new to report con  cerninfr lhe government office in Ladysmith. Parker Williams has the  matter in hand and will, il is generally belie eel, be able to make some  satisfactory arrangement with the  government so that the olfioe vvill be  retained here. There i.s. however, no  informal ion on which to base this  supposition. Meanwhile, the order lor  its removal,  the  15th., stands.  s&^es^g^m&xgtssri  AVE YOU SEEN  Tho.se ShTts, Nobby Ties and Fancy Vests?  Up to the Minute in Style and Coloring.  At Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C;  WILLIAMS   BLOCK. TELEPHONE  C-7  rather      hurt at  what hc. considered  'the unwarrantable interference ofthe  constable,  but  in    the   course   of    a  | conversation,   Mr.   Ilannay  made     il  clear   to the  man   that     the   lock-up  was the alternative, and he. went.  Fi.e colored  ladies took rather     a  harsty farewell  of their friends      and  left.     These also, shifted on  the   recommendation of the police.   o ���������   THE I.ENORA MINE.    '  Ropens have been in circulation in  ot grounds yesterday  Tbe men in the carpenter shop e*f  the Western Fuel Company ire busy  at present getting out an nt-lcr for  .'0 i now cars for the Departure Bay  mine. The cars arc eonsidcraibly larger than the ones at present in i-sc  in No. 1. Mine, and it is said they  vvill ultimately replace the cars .ovv  in use with the larger ones.  Owing  lo many of the" members being at   work,  and  eonseqjurnlly     notable  to  be present   on   the grounds,  the shoot for thc medal at the crick-  iflcriKion    was  j TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next sitting of the Licensing Court  lo he. held at Ladysmith, 1 intend to  apply for a transfer'' of thc retail liquor lie-en ;o now held by mc for  the       premise-; known       as'     the  Con I ra.l     Hotel,      situate   on-  Lot  -I,  Block 21, Ladysniilh,  B.C., from my-  Victoria  during the last  forty-eight  hours   that  in   letters   just  received  from Mr. (Henry Croft,  who Ts   .(.HI  in  England,  the information is given  that-negotiations >have,been progress-  sing favorably  with  respect tc-i   the  straightening    out of  the affairs  of  lho Lcnora mine. To whom these letters have, come no one id'entified with,  the i l.cnora's    busi-iies.s appears     to  i|-:,now.    Mr.  .1.   S. II.  Matson  slated  that  nothing definite  has yet      been  done in   regard  loi the readjustment  Of tho Lenora's affairs,  although r-e-  gotiations  to   that   end   would  seem  to be advancing salisfac'or ly,  not  well  attended.    The  match    was  won  by Mr. O. Martin,  the following  b2ing the scores:   C.  Martin, II);  J.  Easlham,   17;   W.   R.  Moult,   lfl.  sell  to  David   II  Davios  and  from  the  sa'  d  Ceii I nil  to   the  New  - West-  ern  1 lo  loi,   sidm  e   on   Lot   ."),  Block  2.S.  Lai  ysiiiith,   1  '-.   C.  V  FRAN'K   BARDESONO.  I.  a.lysmiU'i,  H.  V.,  May  2nd,  l!Kl5.  iSssams^^^^^^zMsm^Js:'  ���������>r'\INS  In AIX JL.INES  OF GOODS CARRIED BY US  n  WATCHES, CLOCKS* RINGS, JEWSiaY,SIL  i'^WARE, FANCYGOODSOFALI KIBfBS  The Thistles yesterday defeated the  Sentinels on tbe Cricket grounds by  a score of three goals to none. But  few spectators were out lo view the  game.  'there is a better feeling among  all classes of icople in Ladysniith -  a feeling that business is slowly improving, and is likely to continue to |  do so,  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  NOTICE is  hereby  given   that, at   the  next  sitting  ol   the   Licensing  Court  to be. held at Ladysniilh,   I intend fo  apply   for a transfer   of   the   retail   li--  ipi'ir       license.     no-w    held      by    mc  for    the   premises    known   .  as     the  Kin^s  Hotel  si mate -on  Lot  1,   I'-luek  !I7,   Ladysmilh,   li.   C,   from   myself  o   .ioosph  Tassin.  WILLIAM   .lOSEI'H.  Bv his duly authorized agent,  HENRY   R EI PEL.  Ladysmith, 'B.  C,  May  2nd,  1008.  B.FORCFMnER  First Avenue,  y m  ^i  .;  *%,  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER, OPTICIAN  XX      Ladysmith,   B.  C  SS <~-  1*3  Dr.R.B. Dier  Sargeon Dentist  All work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  High St. Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  Fresh  CH0C0LAET5  ���������At-  1Y*Q wMvm  1st   \venue,   --.    Ladysmith

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