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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger May 10, 1906

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 ^"i������l������:4"l'tVT&3^  LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.  Co.  The Ladysmith Daily Ledger  ���������=z������l  jy  VOL., 2  THURSDAY  .May  10, 19<1<:  3arn  rtJVt  I35%^  MAY 11W  SHE&REB  GtIS 3  Nanaimo, B.C., May 10.���������(Special)  ���������Win. Shearer, tried here this aftr-  tnoon, on the charge of interfering wiih a locomotive, the property  of the Wellington Colliery Co.,, was  sentenced to three months': imprisonmnent witli hard labor.  Mr. R. Simpson, of Ladysmith; appeared for the defence, while i'ifir. .J.  II. Simpson conducted tlvc ease for  Ihe  prosecution.  New York, May 10.���������'When the steamer Karreufehls, which has just ar-  rixoil, left Calcutta, the cargo con-  sistOiil of 1 wo Uig sacred'whit* elephants one , ordinary elephant and  500 assorted t serpents for a New York  animal dealer. In a slant of) icy  weather in the Indian ocean Ihe sacred elephants dio.fl and were heaved  overboard. Throe nights later a hig  python climbed into the rigging iVn'-l  embraced n Lascar. The captain  laid on with a belaying pin, while  the crew hacked at the python with  knives until they freed the victim.  The man laid unconscious' unlit Port.  Sa,id was reached, ,and he was sent  ashore with his ribs cru&ted.  petition mayor  iocuu  PUB JC MtETING  goo.are  sentenced  Jackson, Miss , May 10.���������Over MO  citizens of Franklin county, charged  with being memheits of an alleged  white cap organization, pleaded guilty today before Nilcs to the charge  of inlimuluting , goveriinient homesteaders and were each assessed tiie  minimum line of-$2f>. and 3 months'  iinprisonmoni.  - The impiif-onnii'itt was held impend  .ing-good lioluvior. Among those indicted was the sheriff of Franklin  county.      , c  The  foUowiini; petition  is  in circu-  . lalion  today:  fTo    His    Woiship, Mayor Nicholson,  .Mayor, of the cir.y  oi  LaUysuvitih.  Sir,���������In omlcr to lay the mattei  of Ihe elect tic light by-la,w and other matters of"puhlie interest intelligently heforc the ratepayers, we the  undersigned,, hereby petition you to  call a'public meeting to ihe held on  any evening hefoie the Kith of Miay,  IflOtJ, that will be convenient to  yoinself. !  In connection with the ail#)Ve, Mayor Nicholson was seen today, and  stated lhat' he would be only to0  willing to call,a meeting on any  evening'suggested, except Monday, af.  that' was - council meeting night.  However, lie thought, a^oul Tues i ���������  evcnin.a, next would ijo le ������is.^st  suitable. He stated that he thought  it the right thing Jo ,do. It ivou'.d  g|iv������ the aldermen, who, perhaps were*  in a [Mter position to ascertain the  facts about iclcctriu lights, etc., than  many citiyens, aji opportunity '..u.v-  plain matters as  they saw  them  While all of the aldermen wcie ..ot  always, anxious to come to the  front with their opinions, the Mayor  thought it was their duty, and if a  meeting was called such as askled  for in the petition, he was of v the  opinion that much useful information could he gained hy those attend-  ina. '  FIREMEN HOLD  MEETING M  ElECT OFFICtRS  The lire brigade held a well attended meeting at the the hall last evening, awl elected officcss for the  cnsttfri" year. Fireman T. Morgan  occupied the chair, and after calling  the meeting to order, the election  oi officers was procccvled with, and  the following were installod:  CM.itJ".���������J. E.  Smith.  Fiist. Vice-Chief���������.las. Adam.  Sec.   Vice-Chief���������II.   Ward.  Firemen,���������Messrs. Thornley, Morgan, l.e.ihy, T. O'Connell, Ellis. C.  IX-wletl. Spare men,���������Michic, Sinij-  si n and II. Hewlett.  Mr. 11. Ward, was t>iecU<l secretary, and Messrs. Morgan, O'Connell  ai.'d I-Mlis were ap] oLnt'.v.l (inane  commitl.ee. Mr. W. Ellis was also  circled caretaker of the hall, airl i'- i  lo s.'eep in  the building.. !  11 was decided to ass-vs1; each fireman ten 'cents after each fire to |c  nsed  in  the  "Coffee Fund."  PROPOSED CU&NGES  Af THE LOCAL  C. P. R. Sl:TI0N  GOOD Bitt fifflK  PRICE F1VK CENTS  19 .���������-Ir** *   ���������  EXPECIID IN .  SUftOAY litXI  PREPARING.  Jn conversation with May _>r NielvL-' The baseball match on Sunday  ���������son yesterday, Assistant Superintej'i- next at the Bunker grounds, pro-  dent Goodfeliow, of. the C.P.R., stat niises to Le the best, if not the do-  od   tlut   it   was   the  intenlicn   of the  aiding (game or the season.     , li  company to in.il c some changes' .Nanaimo and Ladysinith will meet  around the local station in rcfjardu 'a'id the winner of llie game will be  to tracks and sidings, anil someth-;n4'the leader in the league. It wili  will likely be done to a\oid the in- (leave but two malohis between the*-!  cossity of h<i\ ing a siding at, the  back ol the station. Mr. Goodiel-  low stated tlut he expected Messis.  Atarpole and' Hcaseley over in a wcel|  or ten days, 'and matters would then  he talked over, It is possible lhat  the present station will J.c moved  tack forty or fifty feet, thus giving  room tor  another siding in front.  At  prp.sent.it   is very   inconvenient  at   times   what :i freight is s'tanditttgj  | on  the rear siding, as  was the aire  ��������� this    morning,    and  passengers  who  j wish  lo board  the out-going  passenger train  have to make a long    de-  Jour in order'to purchase I heir tickets and get aboard.  It is also, hoped that a belter approach to the1 station will be included  in  the  plans of improvement,   as  WORK SHOULD  jNOTBE SLACK  Manager of Nanaimo Mines Says Wo:k  at Ti  J at  present   -it is anything but     con"-  FOR MAY 24'vtn,M ^-^-  BUFFALOES WILL  n '^.^^?&'&&,ri V^r  peddlar'.s  "ambitions  New York, iU'.iy 10.���������W.hen ' Henry  Diogenos, 23 yeais old, was arraign-  id in Judge Bell's court, Y outers,  \fsleiday afternoon, on a change of  peddling neckitics without a'license,  be said that he desirod lo get en-  ��������� ���������*,i',!i money to enable him to go  ttiroiiuh   Columbian  university.  Uioge.nos, who lives in this city,  said he did not want fo peddle here  as he had a good many friends who  might recognize him. The juadge  suspended sentence and the yovng  man was allowed  to go. <i  WILL REMOVE  IMBECILES  Olympian/May 10.���������.Chairman AL. F.  Kincaid,. of"the^state.board of ^control, left today" for Vancouver, where  he will malae - fttial: arrangenients for  the transfer of the'��������� children from the  institution there, for. the feeble-mind-'  ed to. the new iiistitaition at Medical lake. ��������� The special ..train carrying .the .'children, .will:{leave Vancouver, via the .Northern (Pacific today  and will reach Medical Lake tn-nio.r-  tow.  A    WORLD','*' 3'EPOriT.  Tho Vancouver World. under aH<W.  headin-g-"'.Stole, Locomotive" has the  following   lo say: " .  Provincial' Constable Monroe re-  t.urned this monniiig from Nanaimo,  where he went "with-a prisoner nam-  -ed William Shearer; who was taken  on" his hands at Nanaimo by an officer from Ladysmith. The charge  against. Shearer is attempting to  steal "a. locomotive/ It appoartfthat  he was "feeling good" at the time.  He did not want .to. do .anyone .any  harm, so he says, but he got.on the  little coal train locomotive at Ladysmith p.vd thought he would 'do a  little Nft of autoing with the. loco as  his aitlo. ' When he pulled op.r-j' Hi''  throttle, nr whatever ��������� it- was he got  hold or, the little locomotive coughed a few times, as locomolivies will,  This awakened the. watchman, and li-o  ran after Shearer, who jumped from  the locomotive and. look to his heels.  Shearer made clear nnd got ��������� on the  .loan, where he was employed as a  deckhand. When the captain heard  what he had done he discharged him  and Shearer was wandering around  Vancouver looking for a job when  Constable Munroe arrested him. He  will be tried today.  DRINK WAS  TOO STRONG  ���������'��������� .��������������� ���������   .  Uo^them, May 1.��������� your Indians  of the Duck Lake reservation a������\J  tleod1 nncl Ihi-ee others in a serious  ���������-ondiiioi) as thf i-esuli of a debauch on Florida wair-i- which followed ti- visit of the aborigines to  Thick* r;ake on .Satiudoy. where they  jHiirhased larg������? rpinntities of the  ���������fluid. . . On Sunday they enjoyed  themselves '.'to 'ihe liinitr,'nrT(1^7m Sun  day nifvht four   died. "' '  It is reported "thai .fanic? l*ri������a:  vur, the proprietor of the -������������������ gi'iicrn!  store near lUit-k Lake, rtitvl on  Sat unlay from the effects of a sini-  iiar drunk. IL is said Ihe sale of  Klnrida' water has reached enorm-  u'l.s proporl ions in the 'disiricl. Ooi-  i->i������er Sii'wnrl of Uosthern has decided iljal !in inqiiesi was uniT'Cc^s-  ��������������� 11 y  SPECIAL IS  HELD OVER  On Monday, Wednesday and Saturday evenings of next week the senior football team will be out for  piactice in order to he in shape fcoe  their match with Nanaimo on May  2-1 th.    On that date .the locals    will  play the Nanaimo eleven for a purse  of Par'. C'oniinissioners ttflav  oi  sevoity-fivc-dollars, and ii it    is     Superintendent How.-rl Douglas   of  at all possible  tlie Ladysmith  boys   MaM Pai:;. has tfie J)ur fleered '  SOON ARRIVE  ,... ..������������������������.....  Vaaicouter,"..Ar!ay 10.���������Stanley Pat";  may ha^e its,pair of buffaloes within three wee1 .s.  ,l\Ve have" yet to complete the  grounds awl enclosure for them,"  faid  Chairman T:sdall,  of  the Bca'd  intind to bring the money home  with them. The baseball boys, too,  have a chance of winning a substantial,, sum, and! should it chance that  both toams are winners the boys  will all be busy counting their on-  ey after the 24th. It is early yets  however, to* prophesy, and some hard  work will be necessary for the foot  ball  team,    especially   to get     into 'A month  "I cannot say just what date th\v  will arrive."  "I. am ready to .ship them just-as  .<oon as Vancouver is ivady to ie-  ceivo tbem.."''he said the other day.  "1 h-v'eu't (he Uvist doubt tltat thcy  wi!l do just as well in Stanley Park  as they will in Ihuiff."  .The  Park  PoumI  has  i������een "snail  good, condition.'  i.n.'!..u\iu, an'i'd'ial home for  WOODRN LKO-  MONICY-BOX.  A telephone message from Nanaimo  receiped at ioar o'clock today states i  that the special train engaged thy the  Knights of Pythias to bring home  the Ladysmith people will noi lesive  Nanaimo until eleven o'clock. It was  advertised to leave at eight, but a  postponement has been arranged to  allow the visitors to attend the ban-  quet._   ';���������'-,������������������'���������-      '   '' ",���������'���������'��������� '     '     ,  '"3'12'-M-ILES IN 53 MINUTES.  C-tevelaiiid.;��������� Mayor "Tom" Johnson  hopes to :givc to the wbrld'a system  of rapid transition that will'revolutionize all present means of travel  and make ������������������possible' a .night hy rail  from Cleveland to San Francisco in  seven hours.. Mtayor Johnson has in-  Vented a motor and is still working  on his plans. The car is built to  rim on am overhead  track.  ��������� At .'the highest rate of speed of  wliich the motor is capable; the  wheels would ��������� fly to pieces. Here  shoes    take    their  place.    . Rowerfiil  j magnets take ii]> the weight of    the  J car and  minimize  the friction  of the  shoes on the rails.  "From Cleveland  to Chicago, !t distance     of  342     miles  the.  trip   liliat  jnow takes eight hours and more  would be made in fifty-three minutes  Stops  at   stations   would  have to  be  ! automatic.  PECULIAR AND PERTIN'ENT.  I    The name California first appeared  in an    anonymous    Spanish roman"c  ! published'   in   1510.     H fold of     an  ��������� Amazon  Queen,  Calafin,  whose realm  was called California.-  An elderly man with a wootlen leg  was walking up Battersa-a-rise when  his wooden leg caught in a grating,  the' bisons.  The Banff herd continues to flourish. It now numbers nearly seventy  with siv baby buffaloes already this  vear.  The Cran';i-uok .Piaipcctir says: No  and l.ecame fivod.    He gave a wrench   <ott-n  e'.er  grew without  the assist-  with the result that" the leg snapped ;anoe 0f  ifR  newspaper.     Nor, can    a  in two, and    the    man  fell to    the  rnpcr  grow  awl  build  up  its'  locali-  pa\cmonl.       To  the great     surpiise  \y     without     the help of the town,  of pedestrians, a  number of go'.d and   Business men  should  realize this and  KiLcr coins 'tollod down  the"   pave- ' rememl er in  giving    support   to     a  iiont  nnd  into the roadway.     It ap-   newsnaier   tlicy   are nol   only   build-  jieared  that   the man had used     his  voiden  leg as  a  moncy-t-o-v,  having  in ore pait  of it a cunningly devised aperture,  with a  small door.   f   JOURNEY  A SECRET  yt   Petersburg,   May  9���������Three    Imperial   yachts    to  convey   the       Ein-  ing up their It-isiness, hut ave helping to support lhat which is working steadily for the benefit of the  whole community.  BULLET EN-  TERSHEART  Xcw   York.   May   !>���������Following   -flie  funeral today of Charles L. Spier  peror, the Empress nnrt the" nieinbersj th'0.tl.act"jon ' mniraBer. w-ho' Wilfi  of the Imperial fanii^-, ihe" court j ^^ ^ ^ ^ ���������lionj.. on ^^  mid. tho-suitesMo       St. Petersburg,; .^^    ^^    m6yninR    ioUowins  two teams t-o play this year, and  taking it for granted that neither  team has be<n defeated hy other  nines of the league, it will mean  that the loser on Sunday will have  to defeat their opponents two games  straight in order to win the petulant. So far, Nanaimo and Lady,  smith have shown tJieinselu-s to be  ihe stronger teams of the league and  it is generally considered that one or  the other of the-m will eoinootit the  winners. The boys arc all looking  forward to Sunday's match as a-de-  cishc one, and each innn will plav  his best.  The nevt gUine aft^r Sunday whicl^  the local bojs arc scheduled to  play is between Ibis city and Duncan, at the latt-er place on May 1!)  Owing, however, to this d.i.tc be-  ���������ng pay-da\', the bovs ne f-'deavoi-  ing ro have' the game' jdaje.J >,m  the Wednesday before the '-.th, t.s  many could not leave   >n pat'-da:-  Then Nanaimo and Ladysmith'comic  together again on May 21;'! at    N.i  naimo,    and     after     that  matci.    it  .should   he easy w ork   to  p'et  ,. - < o.  reel   line on  the winners  of  mo   league series.  Tonight at li..'j(l a matMi v. "' L-  played between local teams on the  bunlt-r grounds, and while i'. ������n.  he a pratice match', both ninj.? \s 11  be out to win, and pro'iii^c t> u j.i>i  the game well worth v itching  hat Place and Ladysmith  Should be Fair  C. P. R.  Trade May Make Some Difference to the Local Mines and  Furnish More Work  TDJUll Mlu  m HAS HI  DIM������!i  are  lying  with  sikm; up  ami   wait;  ing'.   .Tho   route and other plans   oi  the  journey  are .guarded   with     ���������tho'  greatest, secrecy,    but   it    is    >������iiH|ei'.-  ��������� stood .that the party will  travel     byj  train   froinTsarkocv Selo    to Pet.erol*  nnd in   the.  morning  they  will  board  the  yachts  and .conic  up   the     river j  landing at. tiki Imperial   dock iu front ^  of  the   winter  Palace,   thus  avoiding  :ui alarm for burglars a .second  autopsy was he.ld and a bullet ex-,  traded. .The hulk-t was located iu  this 'hack 'under 'the. left shoulder. b"l  in. its course through lh<? liody it  had -pc-ni'irated the lu'.ni't.' 'l'he physicians find ottieiilts ;it the autopsy  declared tbeinselves pu/zbxl as to  how    Spier   could have sing-gored    nr  Uu- necessity of passing through the^ walked . i ho distance ho did nfl.er  Straits o.f Capital.. Immediately at- the.-bnlJet had pioiv'od Ins 'heart "lli^  tor iho   ceivmouies      their majesties j bojv svas   |0Ur.d    fnli>    108 i'i;oi from  will   ix'tutn    to   Poterof,     where th fly-  where  the  first   blood  spots   in      ihe  revolver  will spend the summer.    Owing'      to  tho   lateness  of   the   hour  at     which  the   service    at   the    Winter     PaW ing being shot   with hm own  will bo- completed   it has been decid-1, it.  is  the  theory   of  tho  family   that  ed    not   to  open  the    council  of  th������  Phnpiro until Friday.   The law     pro  viding    for   the   ro-orgnniznt ion       of  Council   of  the,    Empire   was  published   today.     It   e.onl.iins  a    pruvisio  lor  the appointment    ol  spocial  com-1 second   nutopsy  missions    having  exclusive,    jurisdiction   over    certain   subjects.      All   Accusations of mnlfoasnnce against min  i  Spier     grappled     with  the    'burglar  and the man turned  tlu- gun  against  I lie. owner.    Strong  objections     wore  made    by Mrs.    Spier    today    i<>       a  which   she   declared  would  prove  nothing,    but      Coroner  Cahill would not   gi'-<' a  burial      l"-t- ^  mil. until .  the     bullet     had been ox- .  traded.      Consequently   ihe     funeral |  in'went   forward    mul   th.?    body  After .   si  <tud the nut op-  'Iho iatc-fit information reg-aidini;  the hold-uip of the, C.P.R. train an  account of which appears below, is  to the effect that a robber's "-'cave  liii.s 1/Cen disco\eicd near Kamloo;s.  The cave evidently was'used by the  iobhers whilo making preparation-;  for the hold-up^ ���������   ,���������',  A reward 0: fC.OOU has been ofter  ed for the capture of the highwaymen  The account as contained in press  despatches of last -even-in5 is as follows:  Sj>e<:in 1 di?spnt ches .\'csterdny aft e.'  noon sta.to that. a. holrt-i.p of a '-'.  I'. 11. passengr-r train by three ma .:������  ed men jooU place at Pucks. a station .1.0 miles east of Kamloops  tiig-ht t)ofor.; Inst, that the tiain rob  hers1 by means of a iwolvor leveled  at the ongitnTei- force! the train to a  standstill. The fireman was made t(,  uncouple the mail car from the train  it was run' down half a mile whore  the robbers ordered the engine stop  ped. ami eniehxl the car in search  of treasure only nine registered loiters-were tiikr-n, the robbers having  made the mistake of leaving the-ex:  press car with ihe train, and had  no use for the dynamite t iiey had  with tlieni. It. is said they overlook  ed ������40',000 in gold and currency in  racks in the mail car, but this is  hardly-possible' for ihe company do  not enrpy large sums of money  out-side of  locked safes.  ft ��������� is staled' that, the one in command, an elderly man. was ivcogniz.  ed by the mail clerk who was the  same man that was in charge of  the car in l������0-l that, was held up, as  Dili Miner, a well known ooBperado,  ihe recognition being by means of a  photograph. After the rolfoerr. jump  ed from the mail cat- the engine was  rim back for the train and went on  to Vancouver. 100 men are reported in pursuit. .Rewards aggregating  ST.000 or RS.000 are offered for 'he  capture of the. robbers, dead oi' a-  live.   .  The highwaymen are thought   to bo  bonding    for  the    Okanagon  country  across the line.     Tf they have a   cab-  wa^jin    stocked   that   they rnti  roach   they  ho.-t'ntay  elude   pursuit.     L>1   or  Ih")   hours  would pat    them  in the  It lui-, been reported (hat one ot  the San F-'a-.i-ivo steamers carrying  coal would . make no more I rip1-  on account ol .siac.iv inarKft in Ban  Francisco, says the Herald of this  morning.  SuperiiKondojii   T.  Jt.   Slockett   tvnf  a.iked   last evening    as to   the     truth  of the  report.     .Mr.  Sioehi'll, app'% l  ialitig  the fact that any  information  regarding   the   coal   market,       movement  ol  steamer-.,  etc.,   was  of   Vi-r.y  great   nileres-t    lo   1 be   employees     of  bis company,   and  in   tact      to   ovcrj  one in Nanaimo an<l Ladysmith, gave  l'he   Herald   the   following   information       The  m earner  Heidur's    charter  expires ibis month,  it   may   or    laa.v  not    bo   renewed; 01   this   .Mr.   Stoc"*-  ett  tan    no*   say    for    certain      Tlu  eoul  trade    with  San  Francisco   will  be affecrc-il .-.omeuhat unfavornjlily foi  likely a. coupli: of months,  after that  there  will be an  impi'ijvement. Mean-  lime,   and   imdcr   an\    circumstances,  there is no doubt  of the mines working from   18  to 20 da>s jvr   month  This  also     applies,      Mr,        Stockott  it a lets   to the    Extension mines.    He  is  of      the  impression,     that      more  than        the  abose'number    of   days  may be  .-oiuitfd on    for   work,     but  t\ ishe-:  to put  in    conservatively.  Asked a.-, to the truth of the re-  Port rhat the C.P U. would take  from this time on a greater (uinn-  Lity of coal       from   Ladysmith.     he  replied- thai   he-had'  no-fspocinl Viii j 0|l     hy    -sfQamors      travelling"S^tIff  formation   on   the  subject,     but   from   nor(h  an(,   tif) San   prancisco. f  the fact that the C.P.Tt. Coinponj ] T\u, (������.p.R 1ra(ic alo],c amai)nis /  had resumed Uk> double Iroin see- (o |>Ptween siv and cij>;hl hundretl  Urn on the mam line and soon is,ns daily, and this, in conjunction  would be indenting 'heir sroambont uith lecal and 'Frisco trade, should  i-ervice ver\ largely, he was of the ] TOp w0,',- fairly steady thron?;hc������i  opinion thai   there  was  truth    in the   ihe  summer.  report. This, he added, would in.-  eivnso the demand for tfnmiimo coal  if the ICxtensiijn pioduct was tulcon'  >o  a great.���������!��������� extent locally.    ->  The information given -by "Mr.'  Stoclatt. as above, will be read  uith ival inierest, as it is of a naT-  iire that make's.it personal wit'h all,  and the courtesy shown by the Sup  evlntondent ia giving it out will fo.i-J  iLpprrcinted  by   our  renders.  In  ciiimrciion   with  the   above     it  iiitay   be  stated  that   for some" time,  the  Tepie  and  scows ha\fi been calling  here,   and will do  so until   further  orders,   to   transport, coal    for  use   for  the    C.P.R.     Usuallv,   thc'i'ii  a].(0*"e   romjif'tiy    abtain     their coal":  from C'omox, lnt owing to the lar������e,!|  ���������lumber of    vessels calling   at    thi.f  ���������cvinl for  fuel it lias Jtxn imposs:V.i!- i|  'or  the  Pomov:  people lo hart lie all .-I,  he work*.    Quite recently a  stsa>mcr \  of   12,000   tons  caM  at   Comox for j  '.uul-er coal,  and  several other   \es  eis  of large tonnage  go there    for"]  otl    on account  ol convenience    in  loading.     Were they lo call .hoie,   :t.  .vi hi Id  be  impossible  to hail    then . \  as thcie     is     no    ci>ir.-eyonefT,   aiul~|  ���������uost   of the shirs  to.1'!- en fuel    1-"- 1  fore      tailing cargoes,  thus stian..iint;"|  \ ell   out of  the' water,   anil     muclr-j,  lao high to  he. loaded unless convey-:'}  idicers are used,  licsides the C.P.R. trade it is   ev  lifit-ted  that  more  fuel  will he  falien-I  On    by   'steamers        _'"!'"  ~''  north and  to San  Francisco.  CRAPSEY CASE  IS ENDED  KILLED IN  HEDI.EY MINES  'J'o many tiii/ens of Xanaimo the  news of the death as a result of uu  accident  in   the  Uedloi.    mines  oi   l������-'1  UalaUa.    .May   '.).���������The   Ecclesiasti  cal  Court which  tried    TSev.    Crapsoy |  of   St.   Andrews   Cluirch,    Itochcster. j ,    .     .    ., , ,  ,   .            , 'jiiah Doran,   ome a  jesidcnt 01    trjis-  on a charge of heresy   ended  itswo'-K) otmei-^  to                                                    ,'iilv. will   eosue   as   a   great     snocke  lodav  when  a   verdict,   was    'reached 1      - ,.-.,.-,ived"   bv1  - ,...<���������   ,      'Word   ol !us dentil    was received    u>,  and   a  document    stating  the  findinjy     ..,.,,���������    1,.- -vr.-   Wnrrv'l  ,    ,    1 v.ire bv hi*-, brother-ui-taw -ui.  uairy  of the court    wa*- drawn  up   and   do J .    ���������  live-rod   to    Bishop   Walker at       Buf-  alo. '   Until  the  verdict   has -"been   re  viewed 'by', the    Ijishop   no   i-niormat  ion  as    (o    its contents   can    be   so  cured.     The      opinion   is   that     the ���������  court, has voted,   -i   to  .1.   against   Dr. ,  Crapsoy  on      both specifications but j  this is declared   fo be   gitess work.  Rochester, May 0��������� An exclusive.dea  patch from ttntavia . to the. TJost  ��������� hix press ^ at I o'clock this afternoon  says: "The ro'irt in session here  today ' in Ihe C -JitrM-y ..n-:e has con-  sid.-led bolil eb:i: ���������;. :;. as'id but Ii spe.'-  itieai inn*; ������.f liie j r.'.v: ill ne-iit ;md the  vote 1 lir.iiiLvh.'iii has 1������: on f.oir to  one ;;aii'.M f'i\ < 'i-epsey. As to Uie  linal d. 1 -i i.:ii I'!', l'lini'ain refused to  accede i.-, ('|, ��������� I'oni'e.'-.s nf lb.-court,  and will i.i.r :\ -.-.' irate statement.  Ilr. W."(-. H.cec!  colll't    \\a -,   '.:-.-;    bit .' or   in   hi-  McKenzio,   Prideaiix Street yesterday^  :md  although  it i*. siii'iuised the     acJ1!  ( ider.t   was caused    u.\    a  fall of rock1  .111  the quart/: ramw in which he was'-l  eiiiployed the   wire -contains  no particulars,  j    Mr.   Doran resided in Uvi-s city    unit il   ronr years   ago   and  was a   valii-"!  'ed member of Ihe local football tcaitJ  and    be    has   hi   town many friends^  who   will Kreatly regret   to  hear    ' oi������  .his sad   end, , ;  ;    He  leaves  a  wife, nnd two      small  (hildivn.-   He  wns  a   native of Scot-  . ��������� ���������     il  land. . :.-���������_  Victoria.   May     -J���������(Special)-  The  farewell couocrt and presentation    '.n"!  ihe   imperial   troops    of   the  Work"  Point Barracks took place tonight*-!  at   Ihe   Drill  Hall.     On behalf of  th'tj  President of Ma-'<''��������� iz*'������r' Li,nU-  n������v-  detum- 'presented     a hntvdsome  Sir. lh-nry -Tol.vf  cup  standing   three  silve|Pj  feeffl  :"oinmnndins,,T|  rap-  mnt!.-!-    w ii'(i   hi '  ���������''>'.  set    a    whole   diocese  froveisy.  cup is eitfct-a-ei?!  eintions    oi'Ur    ("'rapsey    daring   thftlovinj _  sos.ion   the,  ni.ornoon.     He  declared  high     to     the     ofln.e  thai   P.-.   r,-,i-v   had .gone into tho,the troops  ,   open  and had  with the    coat      of aims  of ���������*"U  nfll.e    with    con- Ranches of the service rep.-esontod .^  the garrison.  WOMEN AS  OFFICERS  ���������Ui.mvaiH-.is. - Thirlren women   oi  n jparlnvrnt  in  isiers,   viee-roys.   governor   generals,  members of  Council, of   Empire,    th  lower  bouse  of  parliament,   and  ueucrat all persons hv-lonffln-f   to   thejl'ia'od  in a  vauM.^  Three behest   ranks  of  the     Russia | vvai^i, jas v^^moi    c0UUty 'head  of   West   fork ot Kettle     river   ' haU,   stopce,l     short  at    the    hyl  this  city   may be  preee.nlly  l-osilion     to  iirrrst  ihoir   ova     hus-  ban.ls.    'Ib-cy have -alipiicil   (��������������� ^aV"V  hills nt Ihe'.Tones for  j.ds as  pidiceiiicn.       Tliey  Rhotihl tlieir petition be gra,nte>tlf';.  (he rie.ice ol a husband ra-nvpant; U]?  expected to appear on the rBversBj  nf each shield. The project is nci|\  popular  in the  domestic circle. ?���������  Mayor .lon-es is responsible for tlw  '-minine    invasion of the police    dtp?  "1  Whon    the improv^meit  a.rU������- started out   to clean up M-itHf  .le' .  cal"if:lis  Howe, the inventor of the sesviup;  machine, sold his patent rights for  a passage to England. He was a  mill hand when his machine was patting millions in the pockets of other  men.  1  hierarchy  ni-e  consigned    to  a     com-   -'--���������������������������  - ���������     ,       . .���������.  '   meers and representatives of the   on 'or  across   the line  into   the   Met ho w '   ���������,,  nin-ht.-stick...    All  they  as'  mission   composed solely of   appoint- olliceis ami     pi -.._...! . 'l ^  U  i:l   ll  erl members. Pro-. Kion  a special conimi:3sion to decide up  on private railroad o.vneessuo-is and  matters nilating-. to the expropria  tio-n of state and crown,   lands,   etc.  is made for   tiro family.   Xo  final  report   has yet  boon agreed upon by the authorities  who appear at odds as to whether  the case is one of suicide, a murdar,  or an accident.  country.  No   further  information    could     be  secured     except     that   the     pursuit ;  ���������bad&oihat  will announce th?ni to tiw  is     special  ottieers.   with     the  lo   "rim    in,-"     any  offenders  made the statcmeivl   thrill  in    Dixie 1:    to  do  this  it  would    $?J  ti|--ro:.sary    to have  the council   . at]^  ' ipivnl.  th?. women as  special     poMc:  I The lia'?fe's    reply was the thirtcy.'  aivj-licants  for  ihc  post, and   MayiV;  world  of   the  robbers   is    being  vigorously ,^ht.  pushed. against the sanitiury code.  Tones  is   now in deep fhbugiht.  4~  m  Why are hospitals like g������ardialis|:|  They  both have wards. UMLY      Li-OO.U-  W DAILY LEDGER  .'-iblisr.ed   every  day except S������nd������y.  '.;y     the     daily     ledger  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION  VRICE  tdvance.     Advertising rates on *p.  plication.  THURSDAY  May 10,   LOO'j  I.I L.l.l������   ������������ll������l"  Express Work   i. ladysmith transfe������ stable :  o  LIGHT TEAMING  \Vood and Bark for Sale  SEK  J    KEalP.   OR LEAVE    ORD  ERS  WITH  - W. GARTER,-  PRINCE ARTHUR  IN THE BAST  PIKST   AYLKUE  PHONE      6 0  NOTICE  LADYSftlirh   V/ATEK WORKS  Consumcis are  requested to call af    the office     on Roberts   Stiert   n  PIANOS       ORGANS     AND HOUSEHOLD     eUKNIThlf    MOVED PROMPTLY  A    Nl)  SAFELY.       _^  Stables in the rear of the Lai) ysmiil. hotel.  AbhotB       ford  -M+������** + +-i-** + +-J+ + <   '   *   +* *-+1~**   *  ���������  4  ���������  i  ���������*  1  1  *  Leave  'inUrs  at   t!.c  A. J. WASAH, PROP  Officetors S P. Sfl. 430  1. i BLAND  SU I'EIUNTEN DENT.  JMoutre*ii, .Ma.\ '.��������������� In spite oi inclement weather finite Ai'lhlii ��������� Ol  Connaught   obaor-od   the     .progra.,. ^^     ftltegp bctwceii the Kith     and the 251h of-each m nth  ulueh had lieeu in.ioped     out    by him j ___        _ ....__     .   i'he  lust   (l.ij   (,r    in-,    \i->it   wi*  gn-\  cold and  uet   Imt   in spi'e   01  weal li-  ei   ho  1 ailed  in   none   <>���������   hi-   iippouii  ments anil inoioou-i ik   -i--"! \-rd that  qualit,',   piim liiiilit\ ,  which,  uiuonliiif;  to   the   ilhiitrniu*.   himvimii   Monafth  is the pohtenfs-, i,f i������\nlt\        In    the  Morning   under   l lie   jj>iiidiuii c    ol    Sh  "Uonla^iii'   .Mini'.    ('���������>!    I faiiliii'.\   William*,   iiinl h1-   o()Ueii\   fnpli-m  Wyn  dhnin.   lie   Jin id     \ ikj ��������� -,    in       vurious  places  of  interest   aiid    in  tin-   aftei  noon   aftei   hnuli    nl   the    eltih,     the  horse   show   i hi rued   him  SCHOONER  FOUNDERS  A hea\,\ ttorm -awi-pl o\er 1 ho  <onsL todn\ and wi might much dis-  *stoi the Iron Uuoeii being badl.\  damaged and the schooner Algeria  foundering with a los*. of four li\es.  fleveland Mav ll ���������Towards noon  I lie  storin  sulisuted   somewhat,  and  a  /-H/**  on   .James   I Say   railvaj.   t oustriu-l ion  here.     The  bodies   v.eie   iernbl.\   man j ^&Z%&A*^������-XSS������&S������!!i3B������.  {���������led       Sln-1   on   two    boxes of     dyna-  inite     had   misled   tne    and      victims  wore   worhinR      owr  I hem    nnd     .���������'���������-  i dentally disch.i rjjcn  them      Had  the  aii'ident,   ocuuieil    I v.enl,\       iiiimite.-,  earlier     (ifLeen   men    would   h.i'o  pi.i  bahlv    shaied   the   s.noe   late  X  -    S  SH4VES ������ B-.THS  Having talc** over the barber shop  known as clu Ladysmith Shaving  Pallors, High St., I intend, by keep  ing competent workmen, to conduct  a first-class establishment, i������������ 1C"  spectfully solieU your patronage.  THOMAS   LEWIS  A  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations  Any     available     Dominion     Lands  Any  tug was .sent   mil    m act   ilm '   Iron (within  the Railway Belt    in   British  Columbia, may he homesteaded hy  any neison who is the sole head of  a family, oi any male o\er e ghtecn  ���������������������������eais of afie, to the extent of onc-  (|iiaifoi- bection of HiO aeu-s, mote  ur less.  Entry iiiust ho made peisonally at  the local land olhce for the, distnet  in   which  the land  is  situate,  The homesteader is required to pcr-  lq.ni the conditions connected therewith iiiidn one of the billowing  plans.  C>Uv.-(.li    into        'In     li.iibo',    il    [)O.Ssilj!o  1 hu a'.tempi, liu\s.\er, was unsuccessful as the sea was loo hou\y  C'apt _Vlot ley ol ihi> lue saving crew  at noon said he thought the Iron  Chioen uiiiihl i i le oiii the si own, .si-  thotigh she is |i.idl\ waterlogged  and the uaws ,*h> lneakni'V o\er hor  i uiislani l,\ T'ie e-iptam ot the  Si.hoonei wlmli foundeieil today was  ���������Afathcw Elr-n -It is piaeticnlly ' or  tain that li>3 and ihive of the crew  perished  ('le,eland       .\f:.\   n-The   following     (J)  At leasL siv    months'  iesidencc  .ire   (he   nanus    of   lho=o    who       are] "I30-- antl  clllU% fltl0u  o������   lhc   lalul     l71  known   In ha^e .-one   down    with the L'**ch >'ear lo1   1,lUC J'cals  (2) If the lather, (or mother, ��������������� the  faUioi is decea^d), of the homesteader tesides upon a farm in the MCini-  t.y of ihe l.md entered Tor, ihe tc-  qiiiremcnls as to lcsidcin.c may be  satisfied hy sue It neison lcsiilinu, will;  the father or mother.  (o) If tho settler has his peinuu-  i-nt. icsidcnce upon tnrmin������ land own-  id hy him in the wcinify ot his home  *.tead,    the leijanrenieiits  as to   icsi-  l)nnchunh,    Onl , Alnv   9���������.1.    Car- donee  mav   lie    s.il.islied   hV   ie*0'lri,,-t  i - J  on, his h>utliei    Vag-lo,    and two    It- upon  the s.iid  land.  iilinii-.   ui islantl\    killed   on Jfnn >    Siv    nionthc'    notice      in      wnti.  day night    bv a d\n.������miie   i-xplosjou   should he  j-nen  lo Ihc Commissioner  Algeria      ('apt     Mat hew   lClen.     age  (}."���������  \eais    n sillellfu lietroit.       C!i������or,s  Weileo,  0111,111011,   New   York,   and     T.  Sullivan,   cook,   io*,i(lr-iu-o   Cleveland  ���������t���������.. ��������� .* ^^J���������^^^-.������������������ -~  KILLED BY  DYNAMITE  Alnv   9-  of Dominion Lands at  Ottawa  ot in-  i  ��������� tention to apply for patent.  HORSEMEN,  READ   THIS   ro'u lam,s may he p^^i.asodatMo  7 per acre  for soft, eon]   and     \1A" foi  I have used WINARD'S r.lNIMENT"antliraeitc.       Xot     nunc     than 320  in my  stables foi   ci'fi n   vear,    andj*icrcs ������-'lri  1:c a^.fuircd  by one  indni-  c-onsider   it  the  Very   best  for  hoi������-r   ,luaI   ������v -,n'"I>any-     Royallj-  at     the  late of ten cents pei ton of 2,(!0t'  pounds shall he collcvtcd mi the  e,ross output  -W.  W.   CORY,  Dopuly of the Minister of Tnlcrjir  flesh   1  can get,  anil  would   sti onglj  rt'commc-nd it   to  all horsemen.  OEO. HOUGH.  I ivery    Stables,  0.uchcc,  05   lo i(n,  Ann Stifet.  V3  /.;+&<', *!'  f'**?������^   -    I   s*\t*.-lL*-j'-fJrt   **,  5lX-  &���������*< ���������*-<  45:������ ���������"���������  <&&  ?. .V  t'.'<-''!  %  % A   Great   Boot %  i . 'ii  i for Prospectors |  ij They are all leather, anil  }J made to stand strenuous us-  :tg   age in mine or forest.  L117. Men's Tan Chip  ptwan Veal Kip Pros-  IT TS DANOJCROUS  TO NICGLKCT A COLD  How often no we bear it teinark-  cri "Its only a cold," and a few clay*;  later   leam  that   the man   is on his  hack with  pneumonia.    This is of  such common occurence' lhat a cold,  however slight, should not he disregarded.    Chamberlain's Cornell Re-  med3' eoimte'uels any   tendency ol  a cold lo 1 c-siilt in  pnciiinoida,  and  lias y.iiiK'd its "leal, populinIty  and  vixtciisive salt-by its   pionipt ernes  of tin. tuosl  euintiioii   nilmctit.     It  always cures and is pleasnnl to I'ike  Fur sale b\ LacU .sniil if FMi.u nines-  Kind  of  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  At  the  LEDGER  Office  1st Avenue  Best   accommodation  for   transient  wid permanent hoarders and lodgers  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  aMy furnished and the bar is up-to-  A*i������ Rates Jl.eo a day and ap-  w\rds.  WH. BEVERIDGE,  Pro^.  ������������lana4* -~:   -��������� '��������������������������� >-' Ladyewl^ii  HOTEL   DOMINION  ��������� Ki.'i 1= ^l.s!'r' ������'- i-$1.5i���������������  i-.tl *.|  i 'i <-������* iii.il '-ot  ias d     b tind  r.il .t.v <'..-!")��������������������������� l'l'i'ir.e <���������?-��������������� ev.-ryti*  ,,,-,.,,,,���������,, U->M n\ri������ oi il 0 oity. "K������������  ���������T)/ti*������l>|i'*mi"ei-lli'd.  F. BAYNJES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,   VANCOUVER  B, p  /THE JONES HpJJJt1'%  /ixJilay viJox������  win t 11  t x>.o,K TteMt  >���������   5-.ll at.'lo  sind  \\ 11 IT IS  -L.\ltOR  Employed Only'  t squimalt   & Nanaimo Raiii  Time Table No. 5 $  Effective April 29th, l'JOG.  Trails   leave  i*������>smith tor   Victoria and   all   liitt'rnicdi.itc  sti  9 10  a.m.  dull/,  and at 3:00 p.m. on   Widncsdiijs,   Sntni dats,    aj  days.  Trains  l������;a\e   -.adysmitli  for Wellington   and   all  intermedial  at  11-57  a.m.  daily, and   at 7'.00 p.m.   on    Wednesdays,  Satuj  Sundays.  Excursion Tickets  i .  ON SALE TO  AND   FUOM ALL  Rood for  goiDjt Jonrney  Saturday   "������id Sundays,  returning uot  the, following Moaday. FITS I    i  :    _.,���������steamer Joan - .  Sails from' Laaysiuith  .ir   vanco uv*i ������\ery v-Jaturdav at C.l  returning saibs^frwiv Vancouver ' lo*    Ladysmith al 2.SO p.m.J  G, L.Courtney,  District Pessoiijy^r  i������S Ciovernnient St., Victoria, B.C.   ���������iL*  Low Fxcus]  Rates <  Hoiiml' TI  (Hall Block from Depot.)  GATAUKIJ   STUEBT-     Ladysmith  sinw ui:a'ii:i>  I'l'lvNlfjlI   ROOMh  I1AR SOI'PI.ir.D Willi BK! T  WINKS. UQUORS, CIGAJ������'\  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  A.J. McMURTRlE, Proprietor  I ADY'AlnK,   . t  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms,:   .;  PORTLRND HOTEL  DAVID HYNOS, Prop.  Board at reasonable  ,   Rates  The bar is extra  well  Stocked  This  Hotel  has    been  completely       renovated.  Hoard and -origin^ 51.00 per day.  HOTEL.    PRETQRIH  JOHN TI-'A, Proprietor  liar  Supplied   ivith   the   Best   Wines, '.st Avenue :-���������.  :-: >' Ladysmith B.C.  fdquors and Cigars.  f if!  LEOOMAN"  TH6C1TY MHRKSf-  K. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  STOVI5S! STOVES!  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  A?| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickel Plailng in all its. branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  ij  l     TELEPHONE r>.l  P. O. Bok 42.  iWi|i.|i<Iii|.>������4i<������  Leads Them    AW  IN QUALRT  :o:-  R.P. RITHET,'  & Co., Ltd  1'.'.cifie Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA.    -���������  ��������������������������� ���������������������������   .-: :���������-B.C.  WM.  MUNSirc,  President.    J. W. C'ORURM, Managing,.Director.  Telophane -1-0. .   ......   r. f*7.m...  U.  UJ     -- . i.  V&Q0G&Q&OOGOOQC  a  pec tors'  Boots  [3    Ten-inch    hlucher   cut,     with  with    full   bellows  tongno    to  jij the tip; have double silver eye-  I'l lets   and  .stud  hooks;     double;  H sole  and slip;    standard screw  j| fastened; slugged    around    the  fe forepart and heel.       A     com-  g!  S fortahle as well  as a durable  g  li boot.  Ask for U,cm nl your 'Dealers  mi  The Ladysmith Lumber Coi Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADYSMITH-"   ^> *������ Itmf*  Shingles ei JSpoosailtyl  MANUKACTUUEUS  OF   ltoujyhjaml Drosso.d Yiv and Codar Luiubovs.  LATHS,   SHINGLES,  MOULDINGS,      ETC.,     of    tne  IiV.ST''  '  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND    DRIED    FLOORINGS      A'MV  ,.,!  \   ti !i.   FINISHING  LHAIRER IN STOCK     . ���������'' ."  *  t  *  ���������4  i  .  Ticket and  Freight Oflice,  75  Government Street.  Transcontinental  0 i  Trains Daily      L  The New Train   '  ORIENTAL LIMITED  . 'The Train of  Ease,   Elegance,   Excellence.  .:Every,;, mile a picture, and  bo smoKe to spoil "the view.  - Through, Compartment, .Observation and Pullman Sleepers;' also Through Tourist  Cars 'to'Chicago.  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  , :'    'I* our Specialty  Union    Terminals   with   all  Stoamer lines.  lierth reservations  by  wirel  Great Northern S.S. Co.  FOR   JAPAN    AND  CHINA.  S.  S. Minnesota    will    sail  from  Seattle,  April 2ftth.  For rates,  folders a������d    full  information,   call   on   01      address,  S. O.  YKUKES,  A.O.P.A., Seattle, Wash.  K. R. STEPHEN,  Gen.  Agent, Victoria,  B.C.  I  4Dai!j  Trans-  fc.j; HENRYS  NURSIEt   QREEN-  HOUSEi MH SEED  HOUSES _^  M10  Veatmiasttr Road,   JJQ-.  VAfNCODVEa.    ������  HeacUiuart������rs tor���������  PACIFIC OHOWN Uardea, Weld  ���������nd flower 5EKI1S  lor distribution. ;  Large -stock   of Home  Grown FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL     TREES  'now matured .(or Spring.  "No expense, loss or delay1 of lumlgntion or inspection  Let me yrice your list  .before placing your   order. Greenhouse Plants,  , Floral Packages, Fertilizers  etc.  3010 Westminster Road.  VANCOUVER, B: O.  ?������J������  Coot,  Trains  On Sale May 2-1,  To .New Haven, Coil  July  10  to  Jj  Denver  AURll-St   7,  S,|  Milwaukee  Tc  To-  To  Sept   8y li,  Toionio  -    June I, ft, 7, 2|  July 2, 3,  Aug   7[  ,  TO ALL   f  For pai Menials cj  wiite E. E. Black!  eral  Agent,   Vjctoii  A.   0."*  Charlton,  N.P.,  Pol  Are  Going  Then be, aurn your tlulj  tho  WEi  Ti,.  The  only   line now  in  DEPOT' connections,  and      1IINNEAPOLI!  through    trains     iron]  Coast.  THE SHORTEST 1  FINEST TRAINS, t|  RATES, THE FAST]  RETWEE?  MINNi:\POUS, ST,  CAGO,    OMAHA,  *ad ALL POINTS Ei  For complete in/on  local agent or write,  -iU 2ua Ave. Sr*.UU  If voir ar3 contemplating  PAPFRING  YOUR ROOMS  ���������Call at���������    -  -  J. E. Smith's Shop   i  ~   v'��������� 1      .':v>\   II   . i  -  On Roberts Stree, and see all the.  >   f ll.*v. ^f  ���������i"j"|ii"j������i-i������f-i-t"i"i"i"������"J"i"i������i"!-'v"t -J ���������;- i-:-i .j������i-^.|.-i������j..{-.n������j-j"t-i- i-'t"i-i-i"i'i-t-t-rt:*.-i--i-  The Cream of Scotch Whiskies  *5=  ���������f'  +  4i  THE TYEE COPPKR.CO., Uil^U'i  | PURCHASERS AND SfilELTKRS OP COPPR-R, <iOJJ> AN!)   ,.:,:...-.Z,  SILVER ORFJS.  '^|  Smelting Worto &:\- '���������'���������- ' 'fyj;' - ;4  t ��������� ���������   -  f     HEAD OFFICE  I DUNCANS STATION,  CLER&JIONT LIVINGSTON;  , v, u. General Manager.  *.M"T-***M"I"T������I'*H"t"t'*t'-HI''������������������ ������������������ ���������'���������������������������>*'��������� ������������������!��������������� |-*{"I-I"!.t-t-!.l'*I.{"I--I-*T'-T"M"I-'T"I"I'^*iM.4'  Vancouver Island, B, G.  Z  .Hea urn N  PiaJ  Org  &l  l^dyBrt.ith. ������.C  ' lilll.W   iiHII  4  Latest Designs in  W ALL PAPERS  We    mate a Specialty, ot the papering Business.  Uitderi,;������MHrA������:ii(|  Hotel V  Nanaimoi  Jas. R. Mel  ProprietJ  Commercial  Mens'  lie  Modern and     Stricj  Fire Trool  -SB*?*  V/KCOOVEBrBC.  I'QB  oo,  Sole  .Agents for 13.  C.  ���������iSh  Resturant and lodging 'Rooms..  HAS   BEEN   REMOV-EP'TO-  =Firs    Avenue^  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGi  Neatly and Artistically Done    ��������� - - ���������--���������Orders  Promptlf]  S   ROEDDING    ^- ���������-   lj*JD]  H ��������� r -i ._  ���������#..������.<..������..������.���������������..#������������������  First Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD   and   BARK  For Sale and  Delivered  EXPRESS WORK   DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 06 LADYSMITH  Al BLACKSMITH SHO  Miners' Drilling Machines  MA DM TO OK1H0II and HNPAIK10D  AT'SIIOKT  NOTiCK  SHARPENED   HV/US      ALWAYS     UIVE  SATISFACTION.   PICKS  HANDLED  A   N'D REPAIRED   DKIL1.  -S II I P S M I T HliUr    IN      4 L L   I T S   Ii R A N C ill:  HorsQ?! oers and Genera' blacksmttris.  R. .W RIGHT  Ballc-r Street   -      -    -      -   Ladysinith. i-������  ������������������i-H-M-H-M-  .T.  ������������������r^4,*-i-f-i������w*^+,:*^-,������-:"������"������-s*>*i-������-+^������!������*-*4-  Brewing  NANAIMO    B. C,  ttanufacturers of the  r  5  ST   BEER  Furnac  It  does   not   require   an  expert to clean out the  flue3  of the  "Sunshine" furnace���������  the only tool needed i9 a brush  which   is   supplied   with  every  furnace.  -������iN^  st'^**.  '   'V///,lMUU!<  lilt  'Mm  INTERESTING ACCOUNT  OF CREFFIELD'S DEATH  j    The Seattle Post-Jiibeliig/j-cei-������ives was .���������  sislci  of young Mitchell, who  'the following  account  of the*   tilling killed  Oieffieid   yesterday,  i  of Kran/. Edmund Cieihehi.                    ,    The second sisici,   Rsthei,   who   is  j    Kran.4  F/dmund t'refiiehl,   who .styl- (,nlv-   is  yeats  of age,  was  living   in  ul himself the ".losihua" of the    .sa- .Seattle   with  IVIi    and   'Mir.      Kni'il-  i  called "lloly/Kolleis/" met his deatji ijmi up   to two months ago  yesterday nioining near the coiner ci Creifield  was diVoiceil from his wife  First    .acinic    and Oheny sticet, at uJljl/, ,J(,   was  w   lh<J  0r},gon    ,)ns0J<  GRAND LODG  AT NELSO  NEXT YJ  but  Clean-oufc doors are  placed  in tho  easing, aud the brush can easily be inserted.  This heater just bristles with exclusive features such as  automatic gas dampers, large double foed-doms, steel dome,  double shakers and steel radiator.  If you want the best furnace made get the " Sunshine."  Sold by enterprising dealers  everywhere.      Booklet   frae.  (,hc hands of  Gcoige  Mitchell,     who  asset Is   thai  he  committed   tho  dead  because   the  "pi op-hot"   ha-l   led     his  on   Apul  i wo    sisters  a*-tia\       Mitchell     had  come to  .Seatt'e for the puipose     oi  lilling  Creflield He had   follows"!  ihe   litrci's   wife  tiom   Albany,   Oi  ,  hcic.    Oielhekl'.s s'laver sa\s  he does  not  feel  any  remoisj  o\er   the   ('rod  v/iis  lemariied  lo  her in Scat He  2,    of   Ihe     pte*-ent yeai  Jus-tice Gaorge    pcilormed   .he   cete-  nuriy  t'iclIicH then peisjanled his wife  and ilit' inemhi-ij, of the Hurst family   to ateounpiiiiy    him      to     Ocean  McCIaryk  london. toronto. montkkal.  winnipeg,   vancouver.  St. joun.   Hamilton.  which he coinmiitcl, on the cnnlra- Mew, Or, when- he had gathered  iv, he ldie-es lhat lie has done some of his old jjdhorents, lncliidii1^  only  what wis   n;hl. Un������   iw() sisteis  of Mitchell,   foi  Oieflield   ami   his   wife  .nose  ���������esleiday   momim;  and  cm ���������������  town   to  ii a' i- -son f   pi'nha .rs  were  li\ing on    Fifth   A\eui.e,  1'ii'e    stieet        L'ominp; down  the  cirh   puiimvof  Liking up government kvnd  down _.���������<��������� sl.utiiiiga  new settlement.    (i  The.      The people  in   thai   section,     how-  nciu   .... ei,   soon   found   out   who  their new  ���������J' "  ivighlois-     weie    lo  be    and    iiia-.lt;  The Ladysmith Jjanlware Co., Sole Igents  In  British Columbia  Lagur- ������������eor    ant! Porter      Guaranteed   Brew  i   >n    t.ii Bi*t  Canadian  Malt   Run   Hops  CU8ANC1GAR FACTORY  Maimfaciurers of the Famous  CUBAN HU)SSO'\  None bn    Union Labor    Kmployed  H. .1. BOOTH. Prop  AIUNICIPAL NOTICK.  SAWED THE  IRON BARS  Kingston, Ont , 'Way 9���������Chalh/ran  alias Charlund who escaped fiom  penil ontiury in.snuo  asylum yestcrrlaj  THE STRIKE  IS SETTLED  ( le\e)anu, "Ma- ,".���������Following ihe  coniereneo oi I'lesulont K<Atv m" ihe  l.onur.hoi'i'mcti   uiul reni n-smiat i\-e<, oi  bm  Ho  ���������ill  I ADYSMITH BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND-  PASTRY-  AIAVAYS    irRESff   ON HAND  Wedding    CaU*  -.lade   to  Ouhr  PCTJITS    ANn    CANDIES  OF ALL  KINDS.    /vilESi!    Bl.EAD  EVERY   DAY  Prices    are     Virjr Reasoiiiible"."'*A11  Customeis "are  Treated  Alike.  HOP   LEE A CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  Cfia  1st. Avei-a?  -  Solleitor,   El? ,      '  - LAOVSrvi H  EXCELLENT  Tralii Service!  BETWEEN  Si������tT0^ TORONTO,  AL QUEBEC,  POiTLSKD, BOSTON,  Ami the Principal Uuslncss Cpntors of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces; -  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS  For Thno Tables, etc., aililross  CEO. W. VAUX,  Assistant Qpn'l PiisHeuKOrhuil Ylekot ABont,  '���������-*"      "13S' Adams  6t., CHICAGO, ILL.  l.ADYSMITM    TliiVIPLE,     No.    f,._  Kathliono Sisters; moots in the. Odd  ���������. follows'   lln.Il     every   Unrl ���������  and   ���������lib  Ttic.-day, at 7:3(1 p.m.  MRS.  KATE 'TATE,  IY1.  tir-R. & V.  ��������� ���������iii������ii     I'm    it it i   mi     ir~ --      HiLBERT  Pursuant to the Rcfcicmlum By-  l.iw ot the 'Corpoiatdon of the City  of LadysmiiJi, the [ollownio losolu-  Lion was duly passdl on Monday,  7th May,  190t:  lhat the opinion oi the uleotors of  the Municipality of Ihe City of L.i-  dydmith Le taken accoidin^ to the  piovisicns of the KL-fei-Lii lum by-law-  upon the following .iliei nati\e ^.Jios-  lions:  Question  No. J.   Shall me Cay .te  dliuice; own and oi>crate Elcctci;- I i^lit  nig and Power Plant?  Question Xo.' 2 ~ "AlterniUvliyr  Shall a Irauchisf hi* granted to any  [icrsons or C'oinpnny willing io*un-  ply Electric Light and Power'  That (he ndVieikdimi be ludd on the  Itth day  of May,  lflOd. j  That Mr. John Stewart, Ck-ric lu  (lie Municipal Council l,e appoiiitdd  Hetumiug  Oflicci.  That tiie polling pi.lCe shall L.c IIk-  City Hall, Ladysmith, and ibe lioni*-  of polling  be from  Dam , to  7  p.m.  That the Council' do forth with  after the holding of the referendum  give effect to the proposal set 'orth  in ihe. question, which receives tie  larger num:b'er of assenting votes and  do submit any necessary By-law for'  'the- sanction of the Electors ������ntitl-  od  to "vote  on money by-laws.  VJ. STEW.vRT,  ':''���������'''' O.M   C.  .still nndiscovfrcil  s nl lus toll, also two bni-*. "i  (In-* window oi In*, ward, three sloi-  ios above ilif c-roimd level. .V^stcel  saw   \\������is'u*.cd In  lus    cell       was  imincl a dummy tmule oi (tlower pot*;  nnrl other ai'ln-le*) The make up  ������n*i f-ood enough lo dnc-ive any of-  liL-ial The warden mi>*. the gun id  -.pole lo (lialliinn o; rather his  form in tbft cell which was nuito nai  ur.il  Uvn'lhe dock  .���������.-,.aKei--,   n.  wa������-  annouw-  ^  UiC   si'll������' ot  tlw (l>'vn������ n,a"  i-d lonighi ibiil' ihe slnl.c m the  J.on/fshuK-iiicri on (he bikes had  been sod led The men will go hurl,  to work on I hi' lms.ii on ki.il sou-  son's wages pending anoihoi roufoi--  i uce  Clv'vel.-nd, Mn.\ '.J���������I'icshIimU Keffe  ni' ibe Lonii'ihoi'-iiii-iii' A-������*oeiat ion  although   known   iu   In-  in  ihe      eity  OESIGNS  TRADEMARKS    ���������  AND COPYRIGHT!-  OBTAINED  [patents  FAOVICE AS Ti") PA 1TN. ABILITY f||||fP  f Nctk-ela "favcntui; Ak<5"      ���������*KvBr  M-ook"llrt\?UiobUimlULCf.U- |   BBfiKS.  i CJifiry.'i ',iinjj..||f  ."���������'iff*.'.) lp.::o:i'i i^s���������'r::).-l  [������    LoKim-.-'m, :!, i .i-r,.-. nilfi     AVr.-.*  r. ������. S'fi"fer.S, H.itcn! 1 ������������������������ v-r. W..������Uirt!!i,-������. i:  slreel,  they linii.d down Fust   A\o    tilings so   unpleasant   that     Crclfield  me,   walK>i;-   leisuiely,   stopping     in   jc-it   anil     instead  oi cotn'mg   throilc.l\  iciiit  of  a iiluift slote  tint  Mrs CrrT-  ij0r\jillis,  which   would hate focon lh<  held  might   le   wcighe-l.    'I hen   thev   , ulinjiv   i onte   by   train,   he     drcv'  crossed     o\er  lo the olliei   side     ol   -(J,   nwlly miles  by  a circuitous iout,j  Knsl  A'nine a ml  had. pioceedcd only   ,���������   OIt|er     thai   no  one   night     Know  a    few     bloc's,     when,    j������*a before   |j1<lt   iie  was in   the country,  reaclnn,:     t'heriy    Sued,     Mitchell     afrs   (<--l4 fvl I   claims   that     duiin  came     up    from   behind, and   with-  (j:e  (/.lf.  w-ce\  iiiai, iict   husbaivl was  out   a   won),   placed   the  nni7,7le  of a  at   Oieai   View     was  the  ojiIv   limi  .32-calrhci    pistol .bt     the  beck     oi  (]la(    iu.   WJIS      ,,(.ai   the voting Mil  t'relneld's neck an 1  fired one shot.        L.\^][  p-n\   am\  tbat he   was   wvll  he  Wit ti  baldly a moan  t'refiiehl sank  j,a,,e(| dur ng that time  (o   the   sidewalb,   mortally   wounded       ],.IS| \vL.(inPidiiy Mis   CiefTield sfai  Mrs   Cicflield,    who  h.vl not    seen   |e,,j   )o  uns city   and   while  at     /  MVtchell orVsuspeclod his pies.'iice un-   |,aM-t  wlu-ne she   had  lo  li?  ovci  lor  til   the  hi?ai(l   the shot,   Ituncd     and   s(������veral      hotus   to   wait   lor a  tiaif  saw   what  had  happened.     At    nrc;l   she ^-us   that b>.c |iolice of  th.it cit<  she seized M'ltchell,   trying   to     hold   mi,,riI.ert jje?   thai   someone  was sha  h.mi  till  help came     But,  seeing the   (lowing hei.     She, saw   ihe maiim'  lorm of   her    husband   lying on     the   toctvnucd     linn   as-    young  Mitchell,  sidewalk,     wilh    the   blood    flowing    \fier  that    sho  had  not  seen     hiir  neely,   lit loo:-.e  liei   grasp an'Unell   u\\     yosteidar     morning     whfn  lb"  shooiinig occuircd.  Patiolman  Le  Count  and     Special      ,\    .1    Johnson,   mayor  0f, C'orval-  OITieer   lluth  weie a   shnit    distance   |1S    -.iho  is  also   a national   bank ui-  away  when the shot   was fired,   and   spcctni,      was   in   Seattle  ycslculaj  hurrying    to the sccno,  placed     \lit    ,,���������,,���������  iIlll(ji*   (he following slalement lo  vhell    under    arrest      The   irairdt-iet   ft posl-Jnt-.-lli'^encer icpoi lei"  jiiade    no  attempt     to   escape,     Ivul,      "CielTiel.l ne\cr darorl  to (orn^lncjc  ca'imly     handed  the   weapon   to     rhe   i0   Cnnallis  nftci   lis   iclcase     fro-m  officer the    Salem   penitentiary.     i-le    had  I)i Bt,ris was nninedi tely call.'.I |CCn trealcl.to a coat of'tar" and  \>y the ofticeis, who earned theboih u-atheis while in the city and wain  into a  nearby drug store   When   the   rij  that n   lio e\ci   s'lowcd    his   face  since yesti'iclny!    fun  thus'far     ke[������L  physician arrived  Mis.   (.'leflield   was   \\,(.u> he   would  be shot   down    lil:e a  UNITKD  ORDhMt'L/I-  ANLTKNT  DRUIDS ~  Wellington Glove No -J U. A. 0. I  iMci-ls in ||,i- I- 1.1 tT .li1. .Mail, t a  tlysmit.li, the Serond and Court, i  Wednesdays of each nioutli. comnien"'  ir.g  Wednesday.   I.Ilh.,   1.905.  Visiting Dnijds     arc invited  to  ti  tend.  !!v Oi.i.-r  VVM   RAh'TER, Uecf p,ytv  '.'ATfvli'K  UUPK,  N:   A  NOTIHP  From      this  datt  the  unilerslnned  will  not  he responsible  lor  any In  debtedness     incurred  uxi?r.pt on      *  written orher signed -by the. secretary  Rowland   Machin. ���������>  V.   r.  VOXPI.ORATfON ,fe BEVEL-;  OPMEMT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria. B. C, Miy 18th, "������0I.  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given  to the electors . ol the City of', Ladysmith, jiursunnt ito the above resolution and by-law that the presence  is .desired at the City Hall, ^u Wednesday, the Kith day of May, lilOfi,  from il a.in., to 7 p.m., of si.oii of  the electors- a������ are entitled to vote  at an election for Mayor and Aldermen, to cast their vote, for either  one or Ihe other of the following  'questions:  "Shall the City acquire, own mil  .operate l.-Ileclric Lighting and Power  Plant?"  Alternatively; "Shall a\ franchise  he gran'ted to any person or company willing to supply Electric L.igh.h  and  Power?"  The vote will ;be tsiitcii by ballot in  accordance with the "IteTc-rendiun  l.lylaw," of which every person' is  replies to:!- to take notice an<l govern  hiinS'cIf accordingly, and will be con  ducted in Ihc same manlier as an  election for Mayor or Aldermen.  .Electors are '. re:jnested������������������:xito :, place?  a cross (X) signifying assent i p..o-  site the question to which thev as-  sen I. and to make ho marie of '���������������������������ny  kind opposite the other question.  Given under rruy hand at Ladysmith, British Columbia, the 7th day  of  May, Lino/       '  .lOMN  STEWART,  Cit-v  Clerk and  Returning Officei:.  DAY   SCHOOL  tiaual   suhjunls   taught;   alun       lao  Ullage*    drawing   in   pencil  and   crhy-  nns,   paint ng  in   oils and   water  eol  or3,  pianoforte ������.nd vocal lessons given  In classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM,  I Adysmith,  U   u.  J. PIERCY & GO,  AlaniifacliUL'is Of.-  IRONCLAD    BSAiMO^  CLOTBLNfG,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  " ETC.  WHOLESALE m GOODS  * ��������� \ *   '  .\viGToa������;:B..G.':--  his  whort .il.oiils a   sioiet       It   is  l-oited   (hat   iK-n-ot ini,ions  ;uo     tinder j  way   InnKniy     ou       an   i-ai-K     settlement   oi   ilie -.i i-i'vc    I,ul   everything is  boni"   l-opi   Mini '   iM. Hi' '  An    nnpoi-  t-.ttit   ilv!tolnnm<*til    oi   K'eci'e'*.       visit  uas  I In-  ip.ilimj;  oi'   'on  ln.iU'b si-iv-  niff on   lui.it*. "-on  l be  hail-oi'     Simul  lanciiiisly six  mi-n  -(put   tit       IVledo  Iti  at   Ei'ic,   12  at   Ash tub I a  and     10  nt Connaiiijlil  (l02  re- cry 1115  '���������lie cannot   die, he can ncvei    dr.'   '    '���������iMnchs'll   was   not   ihe   only    man  IXo ore can Mil bun."     But   as soon   lc0'.iiig foi   him   on  account    ol     Idas the doctor arrived he   pronounced   (onduct        Only    a few     vccU* a&o  the man  dead. when   lie   tried  to  start  his  ncw'col-  U'hcn  aiitsted, .Mitchell made    th"   (nv at Ocean View, he took the \\"ife  1 email-.    "I ea.ne  heie to K>ilI     thai   and daughter ot  a man named Ilait-  man,  as  he    ruined the lives  01  m\ , |py a.wav fiom thou  husband and la  two  sisteis,     and T   have  lomplctid   tner  nly wort." "Ilaitley   went   alter   his   wife anri  Ftie Hist   thine, that   IMnchell     did   rluLI. ml I   uiHlerston I. that, he turd  1  aftei   leachino  the police station was   mm    times   lo shoot, Cielhekl,     but  end  a   lelegram  to  O   A'    Hurt,  to  J NOT IF AS RICH. j  AS ROCKICl-'KLLEK   tieie  hat   Ins" revoher  snapped each  tunc  lie  father  oi Mrs   Cieffield,   savm"' j    "The ouua������es  that ha\e been com  ���������'Ha-e  s;ot mj   nia-i       Am  in    jail 'm.ited bv  Mi a  'Holy Rolleis'  mi Cor-  OKOllfiK"      \allis  and   111  the' -leimlv of Orew;n  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  In the Matter of the .Estate of Wil-  . liani Kipling, deceased, and'in-the  matter of the Ollicial Adniinistia-  tor's Act.  ' Tate notice, that by an older ot  Uis Honor Eli Harrison, made the  mil day of-April,'11100, I was: appointed administrator 01 the estate  of William Kip-ling, deceased, and all  parlies having claims against the  said estate are hereby requested to  furnish. Hie s-ame, properly verified lo  ir.e. on or before the ."list day of  May, l'Khj; and all parlies indebted  (0 the said estate are reqtnired to  pay the amount of their indeJI>t������il  iiess  lo' uu* forthwith.  .IOSRPIT  McALONMOY,  Ollicial   Ailnvinistiator,  Nanaimo,  B.C.  May   I, LOOi;.  If you had all  the wealth of Rocke- '    Cieffield   was  released   last    Decern- ,Cily ha\e .been too  minuncms -to- men  feller^ilie Standard Oil magnate yon. t-cr from   the penitentiary in   Salem,   tion,     They have  broken  up     dozens  could, not buy a  better medicine   for ' Oj-e..       wdiero    had  serve:!    2  years ;ni"  tornilies   with   their   vicious    do  bowel-complaints than Chamberlain's   iir-on his   conviction"-" on'   a." criminal j i.rine.    in bhe case of the 1 It-1 r t fain  Colic,   Cholera  and 'Diarrhoea  Remedy.      The     most eminent   physician  can not prescribe a.better preparation for colic and diarrhoea; both  for children and adults. The uniform success of this remedy has  shown it io bo superior to all toth-  ers. It never fails, and when reduced-with: water������������������;. Aiwl sweetened, is  pleasant to lake. '.- * ft very" family  shonhl.bc supplied with it... Sold by  Ladysinith'Pharmacy.  ���������4ENEKAL LX.PRES8 4ND  DELIVEE1  1      WORK   PROMPTLY   tn  Ijetv*. orders at. the Abbotsford.  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  Ml   work  (������j. ran teed, and  *t rr������.si-  *t>i* rat������<������.  HKSini'lNCK  AND OPKICR  charge which connected him with , ily ��������� there was only one meirther of  Mrs. IL'IC. Starr, of Portland, (und the entire family that was not un-  w-hicli was preferred by the woman's der the influence of Creftield. at the  htisM-nd.       ���������    "   . '  ;". time  of his.   death,  that .being    the  Mrs. Starr had left her family, con, father, O. V.Hurt, who is a res-  sis ting of three little cliiltlrcrt, to pp., peeled citizen'.in C.'orvallis, (uirl even  with Crefl'ieid, and was a firm be- .lui-was im'der the hypnotic spell of  lieuH--.it   his  peculiar  (lactrinc.    She   the infamous creed   for some   tame.'  the island fish traps  'are Nearly finished  the  be  .Victoria,. May   .10���������All   tho       imps grossing��������� on. tho   construction   of  now  in course of consLruciion  on t'ne hn*is,   and   the   entire   trap    will  Strait   nrc   approaching    completion.-'completed   in   - short   time  and  all   will  be  ready    for   operation Alalcolm.     (V.iHO>n     ������   Company  01  in  time    to take  advantage     of    the Vnueouv.-r  arc  p::t (ing  in  a  trnji   nl  first   run   nf sockoye  salmon,   accord- [i.vi Ivr  !'.;i v.  to  :i  statonionl  nm.le b.\- a can- Fiorllm  Gruacre St.  Ladysmith  nniiR.H  ^sesa  ,... public  Notice  Attention Is called  io  'he    .aot tb*t tb*  Ogiivie Flour Hills Co,   Limited  makers  of   ROYAL HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR      have for sime -imt  past, been producing floir In *   ustly  Improved  And  puri'i  "   'tit.  by  the aid ofELFoTRICITY  and  having secured control  of    all the hasic [intents relating thsr?  to, take, this opportunity ot a itvlsinn  the  public  that  any  ortzert users of  the electrical   flo������r  purifying processes   wic   ��������������������������� i.n������-  spciited  Ofi-it vi o Tioxtv Mills Compaiiy 1.1 aiited  ave <ho    nnly   !.ulllers In Canada  whoso P1onr  h p������vifiDiby Mia Kleotric Process  fisb-  npi>-  pi loom-  has  inj.  nor   whn   has just   ivlurnod     iro  trip    to  nil  the  traps.  Tho average com of I heso  traps, oxclnsiw <>!' wrliliing, is  roxiinntoly S'lfiOil. Many nion,  drivers and small steamers arc  Jiloyod on tho works anil there,  boon great activity around I he  silos  for   tho  past  month.  Messrs.    Boll-Irving  &   Company  of   trap biiildin ���������   1.  Vancouver    ha\.:     nearly    comploteil J *.ti-n!-...-r , ,.n  1 h  driving piles   lor their  trap at .Point . in.o;:    rhu. ni\.  X"o   Point. . bali';,   T.'ni.-.-iii  Todd .<-   Si-,n  of Victoria  are  erect-in  1 Hit liiiln   A    li.ri-.ilio's     1 riip  a! 'Oiler   I'.iiol   i>;  n.-urly   loiislieil.  The C'lpiiol i'ii\ f'nmiing and  l'aelu'iig i 'iimi-ji :i-\ is building at  Shorringi mi I'niii!. ami ii bus yel  in li'.i-.!i .-. 1 i-.l ,'o- ! in;;- ��������� I s bi'nri nnd  leads.  Main 'aoMl1 li:.-,.... among tlii-in .'iov-  11'0|.������    eivil   y.ir.:i))    .-.���������<;'I from    \'aiieiin\'ei',  I a'V I'm;.!,,;.. ,i   in  eor.ilarr ion  wilh     the  n'O'i I ions-   A itioI);^   the  wr.rli' are  ihc  follow-  '.i.ii..-.   Vulcan,       Oho-  "\fv?:ff!rv    :ind      Coin  ing t, trap bd wc*cn Oil or and    Sherrington Points.  Tho British Columbia pH.cl.ors' \--.-  sooinfion is put ting in n trop at  Poini  N'.o- Poinl       Woe!:  is   now )ii'-o-  Pil itri>. in.-- i -.-ii.i t.i ho exlrome-  ly (lirii.--iih n'.-ivin; (b.o l������-.lnn'd ruoro--.  owin"- to ibe hr.ril char a r.lev ot ihe  i-i'omel Piilv won-iher hn-- hamper  o;l wo'-'l; oirntlv.  it    g.iilly       were   so   made     l..y  '���������I ropr.j,;oiii inw-   Uio New       N'orl*  l.'ontt'al  : 1:111    Hudson   Ttivor Tlailroart  ".\-  Xow   Vork,  'May  0.���������N'uthau     t-luii-j o:'   1  lord ami    F.  L.   Pomoroy,  resjK-ciivo- j conn  ly   Vice-president    and   gonora.1   irallic  managor    of tho Xew    Vork     Central', f onir an.-.,     i.h  and    Hudson   River   Railroad    Com- j tho AmCi''''*"'  pany,    today    ploadea    not       guilty ! I1������my  fining'    i.oinpany   ni    .\ew    \ r.i!  ��������� ���������__-- 1  .....       ....       . .     .  Grniii.1   .Tnry  under   iho      t.Ileitis  oiiiu-t   alloiv.-d  until   .May!  21    l'.-ir   any   01'   (bos-   indicted       -whol  wished  to   withdraw   their  pi.as       or!  to enter other motioiis.  Nanaimo, May 10 ���������  After a \c-ry pleasant uRoiil  tin- wutu- yostoitlay tho <(iinni|  resumed hu*iini-,.s !a-,t evcnnl  o'clock-, Orj-id Cbancollor  J.jhnsc'i} in the chair Tt wu|  (il to offer a substaiuial pH  competing loams- of th- snbil  lodg-v-s. In connection witli  compcti'lion il might bo saiil  the Vaiicoiivc-i Ciiifonn nniill  will airnc m town on the,'|  ship Joan tins ai'01 noon TI  will ������i\e(an exhibition of th]  boioiv tho lodiju closes nni|  i)o.*,t m\ nation is extenclod  hi other Knights of the loeal  (u  be pre.-.cnI.  An   uniisualU   largo numlx-i-|  chnii' cllois-        looeivod   tho  Lodge,  degree .sonic  thirty  hi  \ a need      Kxpi fusions of pnvj  hoard   on  .ill  sides   1,1  Ihc     J  II 1,1 Hindi' on the SS City  naioio The weather wal  and ihe \o:'age ai ouiid the]  hi Ik- islands 111 the ucinitjj  ha'-bor on ibe coinfoilable M  yivtilly apjuvi uitcd  alter  thl  of   ihc  nioiniii"  anil  both  tl  i ���������  bono   Si-deis  anrl   Knights  III their  expressions  01   tboi|  "niL-nt  of the  I'i'crontioii.  Im iia( ions ������eic rcceixctl'  N. Isoii and Kninloops lodgoJ  I'il'iini) Lodge to hold its n|  ���������ion   at those places.    On  invitation  of iho  Xebon  lc  accr-pted   and  the-*  Crand  1  .omeiii;  at    Xtason   11    C.  third   AVednosdaj   in lv)07.-  'J'bfc lodge adjourned until |  this  moining  Tho c-arly   ndmui-njiicnL   \xi  \:\     order     to    nllow   thej  Knights   to lu'coioe iTieathc'l  iiat bbone Lod������o  ���������sumo  slight iTiors  oicui'i|  o'hcinl  roj.oil   of ltepro-ont<  s nl  at   Grand Lodge, K.  ] laeo   of C.    ]>'     Xelson's  slioulii  have ri ail,   lico-Mol  -    C  vMijij onif i cpiosenta! iw- oi  C, and  Urn   P   W   Maid,  c|  11.   C.   instead   of  iJcLean  1'honias,   'ieine*eniii< ive  \er  Lorlge  was also presoi  tti'     1'l'glTt to    l'l'polt'  o/'Bi-o. Vi' U Tut tie of  C through sickness. Tn������  lirother is at pivsenl undcl  lor ���������; oaie at the 'Windscj  The lodge ii,j voti- coilVeye  Turtle its sympathy ail  wish lor his speedy roeOi oij  si nco  the   lollowing    Giandi   I|  c. is weie ole, u il,  0 C���������Iho      Win      Irvine  X    C ���������li'-o   .Mallo-y, Kal  O.   P -Hi o    f!     llainmal  Forks.  0.  K.  of U   and  S. -BroJ  diver,   Victoria..  0. M. of'Kt.��������� Thomas \\|  toria.  '(���������!'.' Af.  at  A.���������II.   A    llfi|  stoke.  O.    I-   :(.!��������� Itobi.   Alnwnl  couver.  Q.   O'.'"'("!.���������John  ThompiJ  b orl and.  The -Lodge l.\ a vote  San Francisco Grand T.oJ  patby in their o'cont distj  ses both of bio and propl  lodge-also voted one hnml  in practical syinpalh.v wi|  Francisco brothem to bo  to their assistance.  At -1:30 p;ni.    today  assisted  by the local min  veil    the Itaddow moininl  expected that  all Knightij  tend.     At. 9 p.m   the locn  baiil'l,������et the vhsitors 111 tl  Opera   House.      It   i--  tmij  pipes ��������� wull lie ailing.     A|  gbi. out   u-i the pipi-s   at  morn   will bo discredited!  Th"   l.afhbono Sisters  sion   last   moiling      initiil  i:-s and  foiirtoen gontlenil  order.      After tho initial!  ios      tho    Sisters     ontt  Knigbls at  a  supper in  ing.rnni'n,  which was   fo  social.       Tt   is  hard-ly-';  say  that. tlv ontr.rtaiiu  by tho  ladies was excell  the repast was sue It   as|  the   appetite   of  tho   mcj  for it   is a wol.'-known  Rntlibono   Sisters, aie  the       art       of     on tot!  naturally'      for     'snehj  as last evening's     fhe-J  great   pains.    Tlie   visit  light oil. /and loud in  thl  it was  to please   t bem|  levs  strove. f  to   the.  indictments band.^ci   down  by   "'"fa    company   01   .\e'  the  April  Orand  .Tur.v    undor  1 bo 101-: ''^'P-"'alions   wore   nisn   imlick-.l  kins law govcring rebating. Tho plead   lh'?    ' f5,'nn'1    T  ings   wore  bold   before    Judge   Thorn-      tuv       '''  as   in   the   criminal   branch   oi       the  United    States   circuit   court.      Pleas  Vork  Central I      Aftor the .supper scvel  ugar   Refining    Com-' itors '"������������������I .'he Grand CM  and   the   American   r-iugar   P.o-!  ^I'oeobor,  that   weip  ofI  Company  of Xew   VorV:  which!'0 ,h"   ���������n'cnib'orn :pi   tliel  ���������+-  The  Rartor-How  your hair cut, sJr������  The  Gont ��������� Ail ngj  ;vhot r  came for.���������Clel  -'���������v^v-7'i-'r.ry3'A'T?';^-ff;^'jv.'i -^^ .^.v  "^fr/T^/Tret-".]**.!  iiYiMniitf' -iiiii' THE DYfX  >  .XT'.'*  Quality  Seldom Equalled ���������  Never. Excelled  Ladysmith, B.'C.  That's AI.II  Call   and Clet   Acquainted  NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  NOTICE.  Mrs. A. L.     Haskin*., will sell   Ice  Cieain  from  G  to 8  every     e'cning  Victoria  Road,   advent  one.  mile  out.  Local Items  The City Hand are lUiuung a  -Moonlight I0x curs ion on the S.S.  .loan, iSatuiday,, June 2. Parciculai.s  .-is to route, lime of mailing, etc ,  will he published later.  The  owners   of  gulden*,   in   thc'cit*.  are earnestlj- hoping   thai   the     present dry spell    will   not   last    much  long-ei-     foi-   ram    is  badly     needed-  1l   is unusually    dry, and    hot       for  this   time of the \eai-, and it is necessary   lo lu-ep  the ho.se pla-, ng     on  the lawns   ami     lloweiijuds    to  keep  the grass    and  plants    from    withering.     Much   as   rain   is  needed,       we  Iioikj n   will    remain fine   during   Uu-  n-mauuler of tho  Grand .Lodgv     "5v;s-  sion. ���������������������������.Nanaimo. in  the sunshine , isa  i-ii-.y beautiful   and   the    visitors  wili  can;,\      away     with    them     pleasa-it  memories  of our pretty  Island c'uy  Smoke Liltle B   Cigars.  (^uile a number ol Ladysmith people went up to Nanaimo at noc-n  tyday to attend the unveiling of the  liiODiiuient ol   Jas.  Haddow.  ���������n vh  Many  promi.'H-in   divines     .in<  incinhc-is  of  ihe      Mi'tlu>di->i      v  aic gallioivd   in   tlni   nl,\      ���������"or      '.->e  annual   HntiMi    ColunibLv   nm:'���������'���������< i������������������ '���������  Th'-"  formal   opening    took   plaeo     m  ihe Metropolian! (huui.     <jjn:L-iii .-huI  ti.e sessions nio   in    i-ivnt nine    i.'i' ���������"���������������  vvi*i*k.     The  provii-.fi.il  lit-aiu h"s       'ii  i,      ���������   ������������������  i      /-v.r ��������� n.���������-:,i���������     i���������,,i  ' WoiiK-iis .Missioning   Sonet,-   are   also  Provincial     Otlicer    Cassidy    tool- .  in       on,, i     \-������������������.im���������   ,i ���������n,Mi    in annua!    confer* nc-e   tin' sessions l>r  V. in. Shearer up   to Nanaimo at noon  foi   trial   on  a ohaige  oi   inteifcnnu;  with a locomotive.. ���������  The Ladies'  Guild  of  I lie  ing held.���������in    tin.'   Ccnleniiia);,. church';  . __        The   two   gathiM-iiifys ,.Ifavu  . attracted  | an 'unusually ���������.���������'lfirg-e number   of     vis-  Cliu.rch'i'-ors.      '..v.'".'   ���������:   .. "].frJ::���������"//;_  of Rug-laud are giving a laoonh^ht  excursion 1o Naiiaimo ou Friday,  .June 1.  .Mr." A. E. Bland left this mowing  fur Victoria. Mr. Bland has accepted a position on ho.iifl Mte Princess.  May.  Mr.   Wm.   Adam   leli   today  lot N'a-  r.aimo, anil  Irom  there  will   pioceed  ( i  Victoria, where lie  will  in  future  ���������he  employed.  Trv ft Province Cigai.  NOTICE  3  -Miss J I. Clay, of the loon I  ofl.ee stall, is confined to hei  today through  illness.  |io'a.t-  bwi  An engine consigned to the .sawmill at South Wellington was talfcn  through Ladysmith today and will  lie installed at the a-hove miJI This  -will be the Ihiui engine in oreia  lion at th.nl roinl  ������������������  i i  KAMF.'S 1'ATHWAV.  Thomas A. .Tagger, Ji , piofcssoL  of geology at the Massachusetts Tn-  sLitute of Technology, 1ms sailed foi  Naples to investigate the phenomena  of the���������eruption of Mount Vesuvius.  Jfe went to Martinique on the Dixit-  when Mount  Polee became active.  President Fallieres of the French  i (.'public is a coiubin.ition of fanner,  lawyer and politician Jn the forenoon lie takes a health walk i>r (i,vc  miles When h-n r,u he not mfic-  (juently todilks inlo a hal eiy loi a  roll and eats il si.iihlnio iu the shop  or  walking  in the sheet.  Owing to the icccint of the following letter, which is seli-exphuu-  Imy, I will in future he found on  the I'JsiiIan.idf, just at the lt-ai oi  Ihe sl.ilion, on .Sund.ns, and will  luve plenty of Colonists lo supplj  all my pations. The h-ltei xvlutb  I   rt'Cei'R-d   today   is  as follows'  ;   What fruit tree  is similar    to   the  almanac?  ������   The date   tree.-   Both .-hear dates.  I      GLA5S   GLOBED  ���������U When you want a Olass globe  a see that you get the globe  P with the rubber ruio- on it,  ������| as it is the only kind that  can keep the water out ��������� the  glcfces without the ml tier linir  cannot keen out water, you  can s-ee that hy ex-aomiuing  them. The artificial flower  that is put into the globes  with the rubber rings, is g"ai  an teed to he the best, and if  yon want a globe with a,  Rubber Ring;, call a,t Mis T  X. -Jones, agent for  H'-iNRY       CREW.     -  The only    place you  cm    gel  Them.  Sole Agent in  B.C.   for     the  French    Wreath  Co.,  of   London,   Paris,   Melbourne,   S A ,  Cor. Comov ltd. A; Milton SI  NANAIMO  ILL'  Viitoiia, IU* , Alaj fitli, HlWi  ��������� Knii-hL, ljls.) , News De.ilci, Ladysmith,  Deai Sir, ��������� Conlplainls have been  made to me by Ali. lUillci, our  News Agent on Ihc 1-! & .\'. Railway, that ' yo'i aie in Ihe habit of  selling papers on out stalicn platform at. Ladysmith (a piivilege Mr.  Culler pays this railway for) and il  .such is the case, i must ask you  to desist. I do not wish to cause  any trouble and I am sure lhat yom  own  good   sense      will  tell  you   that |  you  are not  doing  the right    thing.   the scene of the tragedy and its !aiv.  What did this intelligent assassin do?  Why, it just tumbled the corpse ol  ils victim into a neighboring stream,  of    transport     at hand, then nciched  MILIC IN TANK OARS  One of the earliest economies introduced in the distribution of petroleum was the use of tanks as reesp-  tacles insfead of baurels in --hippinj  it.  The idea was next applied to her:.  Soru������ years ago the project ot beer  trains ot bock trains, as ..hey are.  called, Iioni Germany to France, was  laughed at as impracticable. But a  Iiock service was established between  Munich and .^ai is, and aiow thousands  of gallons of Havana" beer are shipped tluee times a week from the  breweiy yards to the Paris bra������ser������2s  dnect without breaking bulk, ami to  the success ot tho project is due the  general substitution oi beer lor wine  as a diink among the Parisians.  The la&t fluid to he cairied iji^tank  cars i.s null;. 'Ihe practice grew up  iu Denmark, and for some months  past has 1-oen shipped long distances  and recently all the way to Beiliu in  I such ears.  The Luil s aie not i>oi:er plate cylinders, but wooden <-asks/cach of  -10 ctihic tcet capacity, two of whicn  a5c fastened to the boor of a covered freight car. Berlin gets much of  lis nnliv from Deiiinai'n, and the old-  ��������� a&hioiH'd tin cans aic alike cumbersome, e.\i-.e!isive, and subjected to  'Iamagt'. Hy the, use   of tank cars  foi mill: the, cost ol handling-is mjuch  letiuced.  'I hut wo western states which have  the largest mill: shipping.rintere-.Ls  ai-o jlJmois and Wisconsin. i<\ir  talis t.inks have been and arc, being  .-.iilislitiiten, and it is reported that  the experiment has been .-ntireiy  sucee.sshil.   o. ���������  A XAVIGVTIXG WASlJ  'three or tout years ago I told z\\  American slory about a seagull per-  cIiiiil; on a floating fish and spreading  its wings in a kind of fore-and-aft  rig, to sail for shore. This was de-  i ided by a numkei ofpeople, who  took me and the original author of  the anecdote too seiioiisly. 1 ha.e  no intention of going back on my as-  suianco at the time that the havi-  gatinc; seagull was a fabrication, a  mere illustration of the Americ-n  vain. But    a.     navigating wasps  should, seeing that wasps rank lower  than gulls, excite a still keener curiosity, and Miis at least is no fable,  lor the ciitiuji-stanccs aie vouched for  by Mr. .Beebe, whose charming story  ot ins li.ivels in Alcxieo appear id  ijliite recently, lie actually watched  Ihc whole drama of a wasp killing a  spider that was too heavy for it io  fly away with, or even to drag over  tho uneven     ground that- lay between  -.���������:'���������. '��������� .. I    S  "������W  DERBY  i a  r  Shoe for  ...Men...  ! I  We really have very little |  \) say about these Shoes, on-1  ly t!;at they aie selling faster ������  than we can get \\m> in. they |  advertise themselves���������All we I  have to do is suppiyfhe sizes  There was a ibunch came today, so that if ^hcvan'f been  able to get your size get it  Now  Mr Doniii; mm t  t Is]. Avenue* Latlysrr.itii, 8, C. |  j If. I Mm{ Prop, j  I     .MANUFACTURKR OF |  I Carbonated Heverages,  " |  ?                dinger   Be������r f  |                             I-ruit Syrups |  f              P.   O.   liox   24S I  B5������ZJ  .���������^���������..���������.���������������������������...������������������..������������������������������������������������-.*..Cv^.  However,  I   iiuole Section  2HJ  clause  'i of  the  Railway   Act, which  co\eis  the case.  ''JO\erj j eison who enters upon any  "lailwa) tram without, the lnow-  ���������'ledge or consent of a.u "ollicer or  ���������'servant of the Company with', in-  "lent rraudulently to he carried upon  ���������'said Kailw.ij without paying fate  "Ihereon or who wilfully obstructs  "oi impedes any olhce or a^ent of  "the Company in the execution of  "ids duty upon any train, railway,  "or upon any of the premises of the.  "Company, or who, not Ibpiag an  "emplojee ot the Company, wilfully |  "trespasses. hy entering upon any of  "the stations, cars 01 buildings ot  "1 lie Company in order to occupy  "the same for his own purpose shall  "be liable lo the like penalty or im-  "prisonment, and shall lie liahl.e to  "he proceeded ay;amst and dealt with  "in like manner, as mentioned in  "sub-section two of this section, in  "icgarrl to the offences theicm mentioned.  Penaltv refened to in suh-scclion  ^���������is no( evceeiling ?.:>f), or in default  2 months imprisonment  Yours truly,  .1.  (IOODFF.LLOW  Ass't   Supei ntendrnl.  astride upon it, and ny carefully  tiimming, its wings to the h"-ee.������e  steered this edible craft obliquely across to Ihe desired landing. That  there .was ���������ho". . mistake ' about the  goal was seen from the wasp and iis  vie! in: promptly disappearing down a  hole near hy.���������-Leader.  Knight's Hook Store  Minard's  Liniment   for sale  where  t". eey  t.  DERBY  Shoes  are     made     to  Fit the  Feet  Walters &  Akenhead  ������������������*������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������>��������� 40^4  ��������� Coal     Til   Ei'gines  I  ��������� Fur l-aiincli.r.. Pishing lioats.  Etc      T  ��������� Stationery   Engines  %  ��������� for all Power Purposes  X Simpl?/ Hcnnomical. R;IIable  J Absolutely no danger,  t So Electric Spate of Bat-  I t e r i e s  T to <;cl  on I  of-order.  X      Wrile 11s lor I'arllL'iiiurs   J Rochussea & Collts  ��������� 7 Yates St.   Victoria, B. C  ��������� Machinery  Agents.  ���������������������������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ���������������������������������������������  "3HW1  A  RAN Oh: OF--  Up--to���������date Suit ing  now on sale nt.  TAI5ANQ &CO.  150 Goy't St., \'lr-|,oria,  13.  O.  LADIES' and GENT'S  Stilish  Clothing  made to order  Wort'mam-hip   Ginainiileed.     ttax   C17  FOR SALE  Twelve   hentl   of   cows   und Milk  route.     Apply 1'.  O. Ik������: <jc>.  ���������  tor  ���������  ��������� Tennis Goads    .   ���������  ��������� Lticrosse   Sticks  m  ANH   ��������� Base BaH Outfits  J  WHITE   J. BARNSlEYvi CO.  V1U0RIA, B. C.  Smoke Kig P.. Cigars  SCI/AT1CA CURED AFTER  20  YEARS  SUFFERING  FOR THK NICKST  Ice   Cream  Milk Shakes, Soft Drinks |  Candies, Fruits, Tobacco |  Cigars,  etc,  CAIX ON  W- L -CARTER,  FIRST   AVENUE  ���������  -���������  -���������  -���������  t      Parlois for Piivate Parties.      t  For moie than twenty years Mi. J.  li. Massey, of 3322 Oliuton St., Miii-  neapqlis, Minn., was tortured by sciatica, the pain anil .suffeiing which  he endured duriuj- this time is ' hc~  yond comprehension. Nothing gave  iim any permanent relief nntil he used Chajnherlain's Pain Balm. One  application of that liniment relieved  the pain and nia-diy sleep and rest possible, and less ihan enc bottle has  effected a 'permanent cure. If troubled with" sciatica or rheumatism,  why not try a 2r>-ccnt. liottle of the  Pain Balm and see for yourself how  qjuickly it relieves pain. For sale by  the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  ;RAYMOlND^.SONS:;0|:  i a  ���������Dealers  in���������  .Lime,  Plaster Paris,   Brick,  Fire  Brick and Vancouver island cement.  3 Pandora  St. Victoria B 0.  Ba������a,a������3rt8aBQv������aBaai^BSsa5vSapsavSS5&  SOUVENIR GOODS  ****      Just to hand     ���������������������������������������������hi.*.  sopxemrs oi-Ladysmith, Spoons, Buckles, etc.  Call in and Get One  e  BliSl^sam&^mi^siiiBiiSssiiiFa^Si^Smm'  Ceylon Tea  B. FORCiMnER  V/atchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE LADYSfliTH  .aigaaBEsaaavasoKSgieaav^^  U  v-������6i  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  Gianile and .Viailjie Works  (.-Iramie and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at this  lowest pi ices consistent  Willi first class stock and  workmanship. Write Iot  catalogue.  " A.   STfiWART,    "���������  I IS Vates St. vVictor.fei' B.O  ,"  We are'showing a New  Range of Lawn Waists,  Dc-  -  signed  after   the New Models   so largely worn  in    New    York   ���������$  Prices from 65c fo S\  We carry a FolILin-: <>f-  in. At tractive f Styles and at Intercstig Prices  S1M( N LEiSER&CO Lw.  -^sf^H  Notice  A. HOWE, of CHEMAINUS, has opened Ihe MEA  MARKBT lately   Vun   by W. Ward, on Ro! etfs &tr  WITH A rUlL LINE OF FIRST CLASS MEfttt  PORK AND SAUSAGE A 5PECI All V  A Trial SolicitU  A..   HOWE, PHONE.20  MTHi������SBB^g^E^r:,v5:^^-i^vie^v;.-i|  FCFSALE  Eggs from Pure Hied Stock '  Ali Birds Trap Nisted:  Ko Inferior Uyers Kept  Bairc'ii,     Bun!    and      White   Rocks  While Wyandot tes, While and   Hi own  Lcghoms.  $i Per Setting  $6 Per Hundred  E. STEWART,  Box 208 T.aflrsinit'i, RO.  I  have just received a shipment ol  Hills'  High Grade  NGLISH TOBACCOS  and  CHMRH IPS  at  Hie   DRUG    STOR E  Now,is Sipii'iG, cleaning lime,  vour walls with  Coat  ss&s  ORANGE   PEKOE   BLEND  This Tea is specially packed for us and shipped direct  from C������ yion   '        ���������- ���������      Packed   in  'Roxcs.  1.75 PER BOX  ������>��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4*4#**#^*  -loir oncJ Adam  !  I Picnic Hatns  ALSO  | Summer Sausage  ANOTHER CHOICE  SHIPMENT JUST  RECEIVED   OF  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������ZSZZm  |     PANNELL and .PLASKETT  ������>  "v^S3(3SiSSSSSSS:  :smissmil^^ ^^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4 ������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������^'  Church's Alahnstine  Will riot ruh  oft'.     A perfect and stin-  itary wall coating, ^olrl in,  50 & 25c. Packages  Als0 paint your  woodwork     with  "Pyramid Brand1'  of Painty.     The -best'in "the  inaiiei,,  only  $1.75 J**er 0alien  We also carry a large line of  ������������    Fine Varnishes  Enamels,'    Hrnshes,     Window Glass,  Room  and Picture Mouldings, etc.  ��������� I-   ���������  Try n  gallon of out.  Granite  Floor  Finish  to   jjj-eserve   your .LLnjleiirns.     Bring  vour pictures to   be framed  to  .   H.  KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  Sporting Goods  Just arrived���������the best line of���������  Tennis Goods, Baseballs,  ;.;.'.?ir.:;4- v-'-Bats, Ql-oves, Etc.  LADYSMITH HARDWAkE COMPANY LIHITED  ������<S������S������������tl  U/."..d. praser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST A VENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your]  . Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  PICTURES GIVEN AWAY  Each a Work of Art  Save Your  WHITE SWAN SOAP  WRAPPERS  and in exchange for twenty-five, the B.C. Soap Works will ������ive you,  your choice of fifty  beautiful   subjects.     Ask yom flroeei  lor cala-  logiie'of Premiums. ll j        *sr.v.������      ;   fj-^ii     i-  Plumbing and; Tinsmilhihg  ���������;;.     ��������� ivoNEiAT  Reasonable Pric s  J   ANDERSON  Leave orders a.1   Peterson's  Furn-  ture'Store, or telephone No 5!5.  "I.iayui<- taken' over the hav-roorn  the above hotel, we intenil to' run  first-class, up-tn-ilale eslalilishrnenlj  and in soliciting the patronajje  our friomls JLn<l the public in gen en  we guni'ivitee  i^ood   treatment   to  R, Fcotl  '.A.  When is a crab  like a married con-  pie keeping house?  When ^deviled hy  the cook.  Why is a baby like a worm?  They both creep.    :  Dr.   Dicr -can  lie io'iihiI at  anv tittSd  m  at his office on ClalacTe St..   His.   du^a  tal ��������� work   is  gi'.-raiileeil   (o  he  first  class and rates reasonable all


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