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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger May 14, 1906

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 j������*EOISLATIVB ASSBUftfe  Ladysmith  All  "^ "e/7-wv^3oat-ut������SL<r -sjp-Ji o  i-^'     MAY 15 1906  VOL..2  MONDAY . ,..  MAY 11,   jfo;v  PU CE FIVE,CENTS  ���������000 IONS  OF ORi FOR  w mim  jS.S. Iloiuictta arrivoil in port at  '-���������on today with 1,000 tons of ore  ���������   boanl from  the  Omar  mine     for  INDIANS OBJECT  -riJNIBE  AS FISHERMEN  BOXING CONTEST  FOB SATURDAY  EVENING KIT  rro.1. incial Constable Cassidy yesterday journeyed over to Cowichan  Gap, where he'was intierviewdl Joy  fome  of- the  Valilcz  Island     Indians  Camp Six is  idle thjs vv.Celc  Wcdnesday, owing  to  the fact  mm Mins  Will CLOSE  idkhuy  until j   Sealtle,    May  M -xcxl Wednesday      Seal tic,' Wash.,  Aiay M.-The    *ar- i  Ilia* (evening,  M,iy   Hi,  approximal-oly     90   ions steamship offices claim  that Se- j  Will RE A  BI6 RUSH  TO  f  'e Tyce Smelter.   * I  |>\s soon as the snow has disappear |carried    on  by Japanesc near Covvi-  't    sufficiently,  this   company    vvill-'c-han Gap light-house,  -������������������rnmeriee regular shipments of  their I   The     Indians  -arc-of    tlie opinion  i,h grade    ore to    Ladysmith     foi [ Hut the Japanese    will   catch     all  <T���������i ^^V^ l!���������������'   Cn?rK CU>L   ������'     U,������  Kl,i"������k' Pr-^'ucUon   allle Is lull  of people who  are  regarding    the fishing industry being   inl   '    ������r -^>J'������ ''^e .l^.-n spend-   willl   ,* cul o)1- fo,.  ,wo ^.^    ,.  ing a lew days in Lo-lystnith. They  all express their intention of coming  down on Saturday next in order to  l.e present at  tho boxing contest b.  irr\     i  on i  The   ing to  iii;ik-     a rush | lor  Noane  close down   was  callwl   for Saturday , tJie first'   -boats    leaving.     Roses va-  afKeniooii at a meeting of the   .trus-   ���������������������������oris    have   been  made  bv  a     -r.-aL  ;THEMERRY-GO-  !    ROUND CAME BACK  And ail the Nanaimo Men Went Around-  i  Some Went Often Enough to Brrg <  Total up-to 24  M . , , .a ftr^t [Locals Managed  to  Get Seven-Men  tees oi  (he shingle mills lmM     in   number, awl  jibing fiom  ,.,hc sl.Je-l ^S^1-      L^     V-"J^-    v^CVCU  1VK-..1  ffeatmcnt. 'Other mines  fiom     near ' Lhe fish  gclehik-an^are expected to common-  nipping  soon,   and    these    in     con  in  that uection  and  theie  will  he none left for 'the next  goiM-rat'ton of  Indians  to live on.  Mr.   Cassidy  states   that  there  are  inciter.  down in  force al*o, a,'wi   both  prir.ci  Tils   will    do  their     host     to prove  their sur>jril*rity,  not  only  for     thc  are I "���������oney  to  he  won,  but  to ibear   rad,  JRITFCISM WAS  TOO SHARP.    ! handled in a scientific manner J-y -the   JllL    "STkI1}0",*!,,...0'    "T,* "^-f^"'0  j, "Japanese. - Mat, ers   that  they xare  the *gsl  ji-d-  I  ;ln the ilrst    place,   ,the   fishermen  Vs, of .���������vll������ Cil"  win a  R&<~   R^'cr-  al   lovi's   of  thc  manly  art  are a If o  iliat 1WOCn Frank Fem���������*���������������'<���������'���������������������������. *>f Cliemai-hiuisiiance of authority given them at mr,Us of s-i-PP-'ia men, there will b;:  n s, and JelY Haiinay, of Camp j the mass meelin,. of "the shim-l-. "one Uj0 ma'ny ���������"������������������'"���������mo-hafioiis lo  S.-v,   which   is    .schedule,!    for     hhat lmnutMlunti  ol ^s'l.n.loi,'he.^;-^  ^ <Tt    '-,*   ^   l������"  riders ure lull  of familiar faces     of  |nctdon  with   the  Tyee ore,    should jscicral     Japanese fishing   boats on-  |i*nish considerable  work at (toe local'. ^SW<- "���������"    fishing, aiul  they arc all  'maMng  large ,caUfics.   Cod are tho  I principal   fish caught,  anil   they  <late.     The Chemainus  bunch   will he J",anur*w,t������rrri  nX   -Vas/iuifitoi.,   held a  I  [Indianapolis,   ^fay   3 2.���������Fred,  furdy,   ediioi*   and   publisher   of    Ihe  ,. have a  large box, or  tank, in.    their  -lianapol.s ,Sui, ua.s today ,sentenc-, boatS|   w,Uch -^    ml,wl     with  w^r  | to   thirty   duy.s   in' jail    and  to.The fish    aie  placed  in  these   tan'Ai  y a line of $2X0   by   .fudge Fre-,'as. ������oon  as  caught,  and  kept   alnc.  ,ont .'Alfonl "of (lie Marion   county  A*-,������������-   e">*,of  the day's fishing,   or  'inilnal   Court    foi*   editorial   criU-!aS. soon ^S   the   lanU  are   full>     lJle  )l.oat  is taken to the Jiaiianese catnip,  ;s.n   ,n the paper   oi   judge 0 Al- wherc .Jar^r  tanks Have been    con-  r<������8 court   in connection    will,  the.,stl:ucicd,   and  each ,1/oat   is  unloaded  ������nt indictment   or' Kobt. - Me.v.ger, 'into  (he shoJ<J Unks  iei of police for aqsaull    and   bat-     \viieu   the  Japanese  are  ready    'to  1 experiences.���������  j'ry of  prisoners.  SANITARY AND MAY WEDDED.  ev m*|<vI fiom Vicloria, as Fenian  de/. is inakins his headquarters a)  that citv. and is wcr'ing out ?������  one of the gvninasiiiips fherc in pr.-'-  paratioi for the match.  .leff ITanniy. who has ipen intrai, ���������.  in#r here, is in ffool condition, .-n,l  sats he can  put  up the  fipht of h:������;  I if,!'.  Following  <arp a fPW 0f ���������,-,.     }Vl;,  week aao. <i. ���������.     i  ,,."���������' ��������� tiio.se who go up e\icry year. In f-.ct.  The    io.iue.st    to  the trustees  was   Alaska people are  io  l,e seta everv-  that a close down  .should  be   callol   where in Seattle at pit-sent.  for  if  in  their judgnnent  tho   supply j    The  merchants see-ni   to  ha-.c  , -elt  was  so exceer!in,<r the demand  that a   *-���������<-' ofiect of  (hei:   pu-sence  for     Ui-  Around Dui ing the Progress  of thc Match  What Ihe Nanaimo Baseball t: am hear Is when Dum'.iar lined out a pud-  did to the Ladysmith bo\s on lh? 1y two-bagger', after. Mmr had' b.-il:k  bunker  grounds  on   Sunday altera >cn   thrown  out   in  an attempt'to  lentil  ia|.id 'dwline  in pnce<w-as   oxjiectod    majority  ���������f  them, pai'tkuhuly  those iisa --'"ime to  tell.    'Inning after ii- |first.     A .succession <of enors  Ihis practically meant- Liie acijuies  , wil������ are familiar, with co.jditicjis  in  fence    in  tlie c-lo.se down    movement  W������3 Noi'th, hav.e tyjen purchasing kits  by  the niamifactiircis at  that vtime,   supplies, and overything tliat \villI ije  f. r  the shingles were then    weak at. Heeded before  they return  the figures   named,   and   the official* !    There  aie a  great ma:iy   Aksk.-.ns  of the shijigle mills ���������bureau 'innmedia-   i|-*'1<'  wJi1-*   are going to other     *"������������������'  tely    corninaiioed    making     arrange I ������ons of    the ' North,  but  mat ' of  ments   to  put  the close down     into j *-,,e-'������ are going into  lhe K  eftcct - try.  JN'ew, Orleans,  May  12.*���������A   peculiar  ferriage  is reported   from    Arcadia,   fresh  f-,h  aie received  in Viiiicr.������ivcr  ., in  which the bridegioom is    81, within  a  very   short  time after they  Jars of age and  the  bride   17.    .Io-  *u'e,killed. "  mil Burkitt, a , weal thy planter told j Re-ranling lhe lndiaiwls' complaints  I'muntier ������f his 'frien,ds that he!a-r- Cassidy has forwanied a.letter  fas anxious to, marry again, and Il0 Fish Comiini:|iioiior Taylor at  |ey promised to secure a wire for ��������� N-Mninio,.- set ting f������(h the Indians'  |m. - Miss Helen Dye, a -sclYofll g,i;l 'claims, and until he is heard from  |as toM of this, and volunteered' to '������������������0*',--'-S further will |*e done in the  fre for    the old man  for  the    re- ''matter.  Under .of his days.   She was taken " ������- ���������  |> his Jiousw, a  minister was    sum-  make'a  shipment  to  Vancouver,  foi,    .  the  markets   there,   thev  gather     up      s-v--"������'"<-  '-raw    wit',  l)a^e   SuU--  their    crop  ' of   Jish  from    the ,big   "'  naWson  Cit>'  tanks, kill    them  and ship iimmodia^-     K*noCM'1- '������"* ' "ave S,ullivan  in  tely.       The    result  is   that strictly  nil-;  sr  IS , ro' nds  The   [I'epic  and   sc^ws   were   in  lor  bnc<l "and   within an  lioiir "lhe cere: jCOtti" tb<lay, a-s .was also-.the, tiif^oat..  I^pay' had been performed    Neither of ,Jossi������ Mack.        ���������- "''     ' ~M  ������ contracting parties had seen   the j *  "her up  to the,' time  of the     mar- ���������  fage.  S/1ELDS TO  DEMANDS  RAISE SALOON  LICENSES  roiirds, Dawson  City  Knoekol  out  Dw   Sullivan  rounds, Dawson Cjfv  Exhibiliri'i,   Cariboo  Sinclair  lounds,   DawMvi  City.  Draw, Dave Sullivan  Dawson Cily.  Draw, Cariboo Ninclan, fi mrii'ls  Dawson-City. ���������  Kmc!..pd out Billy Stone, 1 roim/!  Dawscn City  Dccision over Billy,Stone (i rouniN.  Dawson City.  Knockcid out Kid Franktj.,2 lotuids,  Dawson City.* '" -'.*-. - '-���������;.. --/���������-.-'  . Exhibiticn Nick Burley, ������ rounds,  Dawson City.  ��������� Every mem Lor    of    (he  board' o:  to  take" sixty  more "fiTst^iass1* LT   L'wlyslT,llh 7  trustees  was present at lhe -ince-iiBi?  se*������������ers  than last season   owin.'  "j������������������  Salurday.                              ���������       .         ' , the fact  (hat a  large extension  iftp close down means tho i jtmltutiff  staterooms ha.s  been coustruc-tcd  ���������m   of a  daily  output  of  nearly.38,.   tlie after deck.  f-iQ.OOi, shiiiftlcs,   or  DO  pCr  cent,   di |  0  U:i- ;ia,?.8n,000 which (he 1-ureau  csti  mates  as   the  total   daily output I'm}  the state |,������*  "I believe the closedown about "to  leKin will bo eqllally as .complete  as (hat of last year,'"' said D. W.  manager of (he shin uio  TIMBER RANGE .  DESTROYED  on thu  m:n������,     the    League  leadeis    pounlcd   1'art  of    Nanaimo., enabled    Dunl-ar  Kft:-r and  Muir  so heavily that     at 'Wiulte   und     J.  Kerr to score.    i\i."  the close of the game the   Nanaimo  Kerr, was ^tught at second.    Morn- ,  boys    had sent     twenty-four      runs  -son  *������������������<��������� safe,  and reached second by  acioss  the  plate,   gained   by    liav n-  error.     S.   Kerr,   by ..grace "Cf error,  .srecuiod  tweidty-six  safe  hiti*   off  ihc , JJiana'������it'd    to  rea-ch  '"first,    'Morris������;i  Ladvsmith   pitchers,  aided 'by ele.en   sco-*--g   -on   the'same bad  play. * h.  omeco in- je, rors ou  tjle parl) 0f ,th.e home team, , fJ|arke struck out,  making the thi'r.i  man.���������four runs. ,  ed  two more runs in'  ,one of  which     -.-.aw'  'the, six Ui    they  wciu  TIio seventh was a" had  ,one from,    a Ladysmith ', standpoint,  Tf-IE  G-A.ME. ,'J10 -ess'.tlian eight runs .being-tallied  Nanaimo went hist to  the ,bat. T.   ,b>T Nanjiimo.     Every player   o.u tho  Aitken,  fust  nun  up,   hit safe    i-n.-l   t,eam  scored  but Ashmai and ' Gra-  stc-le     secend.     Ashman walked     to,nam' T- A'*1-1*?1 scoring twice..  Fh'o  first     Gordon flew out to left field.   hiie and  three errors  were responsi-  Graham singled,  scoring T.     AiiLen , We.for Uls rnerry-go-round   tia     th'is '  and  Ashman.   , Green well,  hit     safe, |'-nnmS-  which was' the worst, of   thu  advancing     Grah-am     to Iriird,   who   iS?am������-    -Hits by T.   Aitken,  Ashman,,  scored on Merritt's line drive.   W*il- J (-*t'**na'm, Green well, Walkmson* and tJ."   ���������  Kiinson flew  out to centre, and Mm- \ Al_*'"joni were rosponsiUle for tlie  tal-  ritt  was    retired at    second.���������Three ; Jyil]S-    of fo������r    runs 'in  the eighth,'  runs.** j winch,  however, were'the last of t!iu  D.   Aitkin,   first  man  up  tor Lady-. ������ame* as~ Hie side-was retired in-the  smith,'walked' t0 first, but was    r'e- ]"Lnlh in S*'g fashion,-..Greenwell- and    '  ol  on  tircl  ������t second along with Muir   on i Mprritt'striking out and-Graham be-  a, iloiHhl-e pulled off by Graham    and , 1J1S c<aught on third.     *       , ���������       :       * ," "  loss    h���������c; , ,,",   J:  A-tk>en*- nu-"tar flew out to  left J   ^ady*������"itli -Was     shutout in ,, the       '*':'\  cer  close  down.      r believe   90     per ' by the ZuminS ������t    ,     T"   SUffered   li^   <������  Ashman,   who made  a beau- ! fifth> ���������������������������������������������������, eight* 'arid*-.n.h.tlr.'-^,cv.--^V'r->���������������������������>  "-*1-  ' Ur"inff 01 Sta,u,mff    U,,,ber  tiM oatch and  the side was retired  | s������c^cd,-however,  io, scoring..'three' *  ���������-   - --���������>'  CoustantiHople. Jlny  V2��������� .t ",  San   I<Vanci.*,co,   May   112.���������Tin*   liquor  question    wa.s   today.again    dis-  .cu.s&ed  by  the authorities an<l  it-  was  ju-oposod   that   thu     charter   oi   tho  cily  bo  amended,   so   that   u    .saloon  developed   that   the   1W*      a,- *  litonso  which  has  hitherto  buenSlOu  ceptnnce  of tho  Untish  clonifuui-  *���������   a year sluill   bo  ruiscd    l(, $500.  b was  handed    tu   Ambassaoor   u"-  -j    Ucfore   I liu   lii(!   ihoro \v,*n-      <l,ij00  ���������j Connor Jute last Friday. * ( saloons   in   Ban   J'-rnncisuo Toikn  14*     *****^    ********      *     *       *        i I,,*       lw,o,..l ,11  *' ��������� I Ul*    ooard    ol    police   tioinniLssionoi's   ^��������� ��������� issued  an   order      thai,   all       private-  In a inn liner chgracl eristic ol" Tin*- clubs cease disponsins liquois to  ish diplomacy the I'orte lias made, ���������������������������������ml)ers Jlavor Sihmit/. today dii-  n eleventh hour surrender to the Bri cc**'d that peison-*: minks liomele.sg  ish  demands.     it has been    believed   by  fi''e   bo   <:������"������������������������'���������" fm-W    into       I uu  great camps, one in  Ihc    Potereo and  lU'COas-  L  sipnire   ii     co^-  cauip-  ���������n   many   quarters    that   the    Sullnn   t,        ,,  ,      ,_, "* , the .other,   at    Gulden   Gaie       Park  youldI   not   yield    unt.l   actual     force   This ncU()n   hah   bwn   1||mf|i:  vas  displayed but   his  decision   p.-ob   ,ly-ft>r  ^ lvmti  hly   v.as    laciliiatod    ny ^he    know-   S01,  f<HlK������    that  none  of. the    powers  .sup-' om,   wi,���������    -on(,   of   ho|110|(,s<.  ortod    his  attitude   and   lhe       l'act,,,s       A   ������������������,���������,.,,,,      IVflllllion. ,���������       , ���������p  ,/lmt   tho JJntish   naval     preparations   cily's   ttorUnft   ,-()l.u.  ulLhm  (h(,  nov|  fad   kep  apace   with   her   dh.,lomalic   lw01lty ���������,���������.������,  w-���������  ,J0  ol,l0tV(j      ,1Jiifw  lomands.      Kir  Nicholas     l{.    O'Con-  are   under   discussion   ^he.vhv       iho  j������or  the Dritisl, Ambassador at  Con-   most   rigid   economy   may   be  enroio-  iStnntinople   in  his  earlier   despatdies   ������**  m, municipal  al'inirs       About   .'!00  Itad jprepared tlie British: Clov-ernnieni;   einpIio-v"*:,''s   will   lose-  their   positions  Decisirji    over    .Ivrry  Casey,     si>.  rou n (,1s.  EvlifliiMon,   J.   J.   Kelly, c rounds  Decisiqn   over    Hlac'c Prince,     siv  loiinds.  Kvhihitioii,   sitl  Sheldon,   li lounds  DROUGHT  IS OVER  upon.     Rallanl,  on account    of ������ the     ,'  ot   "���������������-">"���������������������-on   oi   me    frmye  ���������strike sitimtion,  was Cveli���������>t������l   from ��������� K> hU"ml a''0it'  aml  t"il"     'v������-  thc    movement,   but, praclieallv    alK ,  of the Ballard mills will ,������������������,, ^mn       \brou&bl r'^'������  ������ho   valley  "Wc think- t.ho  l,w0  week--*  -m.���������-...- lmo7nj������S-     Jt   ������->   conservative!-.     ,.s.  nvostigation   of  (he  i ports    confirmed the      worst.-   n.-ws  \e.sterda*.*  iD'iialed   lhat  iho   toial   loss    caused  the  Mi*.;      ai>r>ro\iii!nu-'s        &2">-  ���������for Turkey's, conipliance with its  lldeinand and little' attention need be  paid to' the reports of a coudition-  Jah'suri-ondoi", that phase probably be  line- intended' to .satisfy the Turkish  Ipeoplo. At the foreign ollice lo-  Inig'h't  tho Associated  Press      Ii'iirn.xl  of Kufl'er, a'.reduction'   in  salary.  KOOS PRRVALErvT  OFF   ST..'JQI-tN'S  St  Jokiis,   Xfltl.   .Aray li.*���������Th'o  scii-  ooner   Alystevy,   Capt.   V.'rig-ht.     from  Darbudoes u-.ith a cargo of   jMolasfies  liiint  ;i ���������, ,., . I01-   "-51-   -Johns  went   ashore ui.  Cnrie  that it. was quite unlikely   that Great p;���������, ,, ,, .       l  I'jir'itn,"-, '���������������.���������  ���������i,i ,        ���������'.,.������������������ i "io near (.'ape  Uace. .M'stordav. (iir.  ��������� jiii Lam would, uccujit any thing- in (he  liiature    of  a   mixei!   or   international  |coiiirnis*si6n     lo  exnniiiie   .into        lh  Xew Westminster, May ]L.���������Thoc*.  eeptionallv warm and contmued j,-\  wcatlier of lhe pnst low weeks has  been the ran*,-* of considerable in-  Jury to tne <���������.,���������;,;��������� C,.0])S_ niu| (1V(?n  ���������he root crops of some parts of the  valley, nmi in somo of ihe fle'lds ,,i  lhe Pel In (he nrain was even (urn  m^'  in   color.  This,  however,   will  be remedied, it.  is   belie-ed,   if   the  districti.s   favor.*!  with, some heavy showers within thJiy pounds were landed, and whit  next few days, and it. would mean -.Hie- party did not bring home a"  thousands of dollars  to  the farme,        "  PREPARING REPLY \  sion  will  aite  the mnl������.l   ,us(.    the  brncfngil   needs      Imlo,  Iho present   *  urran������cineii1, opt rations    uill   l:0   re-i  .suine.-!  on   the  mninin.tr  nf Thursday   j    Slai'tin������ *'* ���������> P-11"' about a hund-  '"���������������������������ty ai " ^ " J. '"'.rod   yards    ahov.-   ihe    llc.iVair   shin-    Jgic-mi!!,   which  is situated about   six  Miiles up the \alley from nnrrard  Tnlet, the fire swept over iho eniiie  area of the valley lying on the  west bank of Lynn Creole and it. is  believed to have penetrated at least  ton miles up the valley beyond its  starting., point. The flames ran  through the tinder-dry forest with a!  most almost mctvdibie rapidity and  last night they wre high up in     tin-  Gordon and Graham, the thro3 n,.*xt ,WaS lo������ late' how<>vcT, for t)lie (bj���������.  men up all hit safe and when tl'������ I ��������� Was to������ m-uch **> 0\.ercomt- a-id  Iwttinir hoe had ended, foui rums I J, game 'em,ot' il1 Nananuo's favor  had     crossed   I ne plate.       Giem������-ell . SCOre: *    '  Nanaimo.       '  GOOD FISHING  AT THE GAP  A paily ,.-; Six lert, TOsleidav  morning in , "y,. .M. .*iiail..s Iaunc[1  lot   Cowichan aap.   where   thev spent  the  day  lishnig.     They  report   sport {'no,u*lai--  fo  t,"-> vvesl  ,-f the- valley,  excellent,      and    jndj-ing   froni     tht*   ftnfl ���������>-1-1 burning fiercely.    ���������  Tho  fairly  heavy  rain  0f    today,   i!  is thoiiRht,    will  have a  tendency  to  catch    iluougJit  hack  they7 cei.tawily  did   not  h.m*  to  wait long   hetwceii ..         ...  'bite.     Large, cod, fi0in .ten to.     foi't������\   1-o-d  the lire .in checiv,   even\ though  crossed  Ine plate.      Gieenwell i  reschel   fii.*<   aided   by error,     Gra-'  ham coring     by  the same  rnisplay  "Moirolt    failed   to  reach   firs I       and  Wilkinson    struck oui,  retiring     the  Mde ���������.Five Runs.  In the second inning the Ladysmith  hois wee -ctirod in one, two three  fashion. Whit0 f(UlC(* 1() ieach firsl  J. hen .flow out lo ccnt|Cr flc]iJ ^  M. Kerr, though hitting safelv, wa.;  foiced out cm second on Morrison's  drive.���������No runs.  Aitkoii,  lb.  onp   Muir, 3b.���������.  *������"-     was     nahW  trying To"    ^ ' S"nbar'  C-f"  ���������smvul.     Tuuiei   stll:ck out>   &IKl   T    ������'h  ���������^Iken made the (hrec out hy plac-  ,nfi a bunt i��������� shorl-stop's m-it-Mn  runs.  The  third inning  was a quick  lor Nanaimo.       j.  ^ltlkcu m  'I'-  Ait ken,    3],,    7  A'lhman, i.f.   * .,   c  Gordon,  s.s.  .       i;  G-ialiam, 2b.p   ... fi  Green well,  p.  .  Merritt,  r.f.  Wilkinson,   cf.  ���������i���������   Aitken,   lb.  Turner,  c  A.B. R. H. P.O. A.E.  o  2  ^  3  3  o  ^j  1  3  3  Ladysmith.  I  '������������������*���������.  r.f.   .  J. Kerr, p.  M.   Kerr^  -Jb.  Morrison, ss.  ���������-���������.   Kerr, c*.  Clarke, I.f.  . o  . 5  . 4  . 5  ���������I  ���������1     0  0  0  I  1  1  1  ;>  2*  3  t  ���������1  2  J  4  1  1  0  1  1  0  2  I  1  5  I  0  '1  0- 3  0 II  C, 1  3r 0  5 fi  0 I  0 0  (I  1  they  caught,   they still   had.  enough  in  the  boat  to  .subfsfaiitiati-   almost  any story   they  wished  to relate   r0-  TO EMPEROR'S'SPEECH,* San^S'the day's sport.   Thev report  it.  may    not.  entirely    quench  it.  i"g' a dense fog- and  became a    total  ���������wr-jek.      Th.o     crew    esraiu-d       wit h  MINING ON THE ISLAND.  The Cowichan Leader,  in  its  issue  of Saturday,  has   the -following:  ''Mining at,  the  Ko^s-Hah camp    is  In     Lad.-smith's   thiid   inning,    S  |Jv,eir   Jew  out to centre field,  Clarke  vas  thrown out at flr.sl, arKj D. AU���������  Men   retired  the  side ,i.  hall, square into    the  ">it. .-wliere it  ,-0n,ained.-N0 runs  Nanaimo  added   two   more to   ,hei,   lrMm,.    ., ,  ���������'���������core  i���������  the; four th.   .Ashman wis re        '     m������]ml  hy  Gl^">veH.fi  10  1  2  CO  0  4  f!  f)  1  0  ti  0  0  0  0  s  2 II  3 2  3 I  0 t)  lhe  genial   "Slicks" as   most   enter-   dourishing.      Mr.   Clermont    Liv  tiiiniiijv, and ask foi ���������nothing better  than another visit to |,j.s "home on  the rocks,"  .. ,N  ,. ,.  c 'g-rcat   dilllculty   savine-   nothinn-'.     In-  li-ontier .question and  the Foroiyn Of- ,.,������������������:������������������   ,.,     ,    ���������.   .'    ��������� '    ������  r������������������    ,    ,.     ,   , ,. coining   vessels   bring   reports   ol   im-  lice   declintMl   to   lielieve   .that -. Am- ;,���������������������������������,,,.    ,��������� ���������       ,      ,        ,  , usually   dense   lo������'.s   am    iniiiiv  '.���������assador O'Connor  had  accepted aiiy ,1)0I. " ������  ice  i-gs,   reiulering    navijr'ation  the   grand banks hazardous,  nero.sM  PECULIAR AND'PERTrNRNT,'  The Transvaal  mines yielded jflOI,-  "conditional surrender..' ���������,..  It is understood that the British  | fleet will be kept at I'luilerum: Bay  |j>ending- a finirl settlement of tlie  | question and "delimitation .of the  .frontier; 'When ..this is settled it is  |expuctod    that  the  Uritisb      govern-���������00*!.,I(M,)   vv0rth   of gold   for   th������ year  nieiit    will   take measures    to   render   I90y-  'J2gypt    sfrag-e.icallv-  securo     a-ainst      "  "lp   worW .worc   birdlcss,  a,   na-  lany similnr  aggression  by establish-   turahst 'decUnres,   man   could   not   in-  |ing������ strong-    Rgyptian garrison  and   ^f   ll' after   nine   years'   time,    in  'fortifying Eiarish and  if  the.   water   ?!   ,    ������f'1al1   U,e snra-'s   :Uld    Poisraw  that could  be mamifactiiretl   for   hh������  stone stated to a Leader reporter,  that .with the devolopuneiit just start  ed they had over two hundred tons  of ore on the dump at the Bluebell  mine and that the prospects were.  Other proper tie?:  in this camp are, looking well, and  there i.s but little doubt that valuable mines will he producing rich  ore for  our smelters cro long.  '"'A   Leader  nepresert.tiative in |c^ie������-  tioning a prominent mining man     of  [difficulty, in   the  desert  destruction of insects.       The  be solved    by placing-    Rgyptia,,   gar  ^���������'"  "'   ������>s������;^"       .:"������*- insec*  risons    at points   on   ������he desert  n-,,   J���������J, "^   *������uM   *'"'Ply .c������������������t iUl    the  tes  from  "Tabub  and   Gaza.        aloh.*-       \ "'"   an<l   tT������'-S   In 1J,ttt  lin,fi'  [which an  invading .nriny ir.ight thr^.'pl,- ."Z* M   ' ' '^ ^^     ''"'  'aten   the   Suex.   Cunal'.      Tt    is     -xlso   i .,   "  ,H'r,,0SC  ������f S0,^I5 w������"-  Probable  /that    Clreat    Britain   ^X^^^r   "**������   '"     ^  Remand  the  withdrawal  or   ��������� Turkish   to   sell   at   M  '  commissioner      at  Cairo,     who  i*i  credited    with  fostering   anti-British  I agitation.  sm. The water '.is  marks ($3.f!0) a .bottle, and eviery pastor who sells a  bottle of it is to be entitle* to i-  discount of 4 marks. '  St Petersburg. May 12.���������With Uie  new parliament, finally under way  there is a distinct relief from tho  tremendous strain of' the past few  months    but   both   sides    anticipate   i  a^ great  struggle   between    the crown , J'OMCR  AND ITALIANS I  and   the  people.     They   reali/.o    tlmt I'HMIT WIT.l I REVOLVERS |Vory   oriCour**Sin  the real issue   will ^nol    bo joine<l un-  ������������������   til the answer of the lower house Pimzsutawnoy, I'n.i .May hj.���������Con-  to tho njicwh from tbo throne at stable Win. McLaughlin 'was shot  the opening- of pnrlinment is pre- I und .seriously wounded and Frank  son tod.     Then     the    Emperor    must.   Costa   and   Win.   Turney received bul  choose    between   \mr and  peace. j *���������"'   wounds  from   which they  will  dio   ..., -      -  The-constitutional Democrats have.'in a fight among Italian miners at |_ !'S, Isla,n'1 as"t<> his' opinion j elicit  elTected' a temporary cqtubinntion ' u,c Vatesboro mines lonight.  with the'iH?asant's and feel that they ! A crowd of Italians who had been  have behind thorn a four-fifths ninj-) drinking wcn\ collected about thu  ority. The prospects of a pacific. ' saloon run by Oosa and insulting  re-solution are certainly brighter. ) passers-by causing. a gvnoral dis-  Thw Emperor appears to be well dis- i turbance by their carousing. Con-  Posed, stable McLaughlin was appealed to  Without a dissenting voice and . to stop the disturbance and went,  with evidence- of deepest feeling the I to the place to break up the crowd,  parliament at. evening session' adopt j He was being- roughly handled when  ed   a resolution   instructing the coin ! W.   Turner    went   to   his    assistance.  'eply Costn. then drew .a revolver and  tired. The firing was followed by  shots from McLaughlin's gun. Turner was first  to fail nnd a    moment  -���������, am, i, .a-,^^^1^ Graham an I  *��������� driving the !s SrNTm������: ���������- K���������V *W*&a '  centre ftelder's ! VanauS ',-"'cTry'~E^^ *������������S  '    - |-vanaimo   lo,   Ladysniit/h  3:    Left on  bases,. Nanaimo 5, Ladys,nu'i.h; 2. rl.i-  tirctl $.t   first.  U'ilh   two  initio.- which will draft the  to the cpoech from the throne. to  include in it a rofjue.st for full amnesty for political Agrarian and  military crimes ,1M1 a rocommendat  ion for the immedinte abandonment  of the deaf Ir penalty, for all offences  both criminal and sosial.       (  laft*r Costa was stretched on tht  sidswnlk. Al'cl.auglilin received a  bullet in the shoulder. No further  trouble  is feared.  od for an answer this: 'l believe  that while many people are leaving  here for other newly reported mining centres Vancouver Island oilers  as sot! opportunities for mines being opened up as any part of the  Northwest, and I am perfectly sat-  ri.fied . that the near future will demonstrate this to be a fact. Un-  doufctadly, tliis island is rich in mineral resources as already demonstrft  ted, but the prospector is handicapped hy the timUsr and thick iijider-  ������row������i that exists in most parts of  the island. However, we.believe that  persistent effort will overcome even  these draw-backs and in time our  mircrals will be developed and become a large part of our commercial products.  am    -i       r- r- " '     *-���������*' l"  -''"'lion  struck   oul.   ."'< i?'   .,  m' /���������    Ml,1'r 2.     .Struck  ".on  dou-n.   th, team look I Kerr ^ ^T^^ ^"^ ���������*��������� ^ r-  *   brnee.     firahnu, hit  safe,   was ad- ' 7   r'! ^ ?"     fIi^, of Gro,nwc���������  hoU,   n,e���������   being    l:X011ftJli ^ , ������  ^ '*. o    Oreenwell ���������,  GraJiam lf  Wilkmso.,   wrs  u.rown   out    utfirsf    ?��������� D������"Wo  play.   Oraha,,,.'   t������  ���������'������<���������.���������'���������������  ������id.- uaS  ,,Ul.e(|' firSt'   f--'������*'.     Wild pilch,  Kerr;     q-rmerf  A- beacqnat  COWICHAN GAP  COiVCRRNlNG' THE  M'o Dominion Government will  commence work on the first of next  month installing a beacon at Cowichan Gup. Messrs. Harr.up & Haiv.  ������U-n have "bM.n engaged to help in  He construction, and it is expected  ;������>at it will take at least 2 months'  time, to complete the work. Men  will .1:1 ely be engaged i,n Ladvsmith  to work on the beacon, although it  is possiv-le that a gang will fco  brought from Victoria.  .The beacon will be built, . tf re-  lhent from extreme low water to extreme high water, and the upper  portion   will   fce  woolwork.    If.  P-'-R.  HOLD-UP  * * * *  * * *****  Vancou*  * i ������ j ������  i>  |  ver. May 12���������Worrl    lias*  * been  received  at K'aiuloops  that ���������  Constable     Pearse   has   reported *  * that  the     tracks   of  the      three ���������  * train  robbers  have  been   follow- ������  * ed  about.   13  miles   along        th.: ������  * Chaperon   ti*ail   and   he   is     con- *  * fident   that,   the   capture   of     the ���������  * men   is  only  a   matter   of   time. *  *At   noon   today   Pearse   sent.      in *  * a.  message asking  lor   more men   *  * Commissioner  l'errj     of   the     R. ���������  ,���������* N". W. M.'.P. has arrived at Kam- ���������  ���������* loops   with, a   posse   and      these *  * men  were sent  ofT to  the     front ���������  will  serve  to  mark the passage atud warn i * this evonin.?-     Blood hounds ar  mariners  of  the e"*:istenceV of danger- I * d"e "'om  Nelson tonight,  pus rocks, |***'*.������������*������������* ******* *<|  .'Ki-f-.J.'-i.re.'WJiK.aairrj-J':..*  xl~.7^S!.',Ki7ir^^i^-S^Ti\s������.-K^.-m.-..^ MH  DAILY   ' r,K������GKK  *+.-t***.1VX***r������'*  The daily ledger  t**M������hed   every day except SB-acUy.  **        THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION VRICE  ���������Jtruo*.    44v������rtl*rng rates on ap  Dllcatlon.  MONDAY  MAY  11,   190(1  TWO MURDERS  AT BUFFALO  Buffalo, May 12.���������Tos. Crosson  a* iron moulder, 13 year.*, old wa*>  beaten to death by 'an unknown  assailant . The only witness* ,lo '"-J1"  tragedy was a little*1 jju"1. Slu- told  the police that Crosson had just  turned oft' Lower Main Street on io  the quay when he wa.s attacked hy  anothor man. apparently a workman from the clocks. Oosson was  kmocked down und kicked till lie  was insensible. wIi-ao a polH-cmnii  picked him up. and ho died on the  way to thc hospital. What may  prove to be another murder occurred on the Ridge Road in the steel  plant district tonight, William II.  Robinson was shot and latally woun  dod by an unknown foreigner who  escaped. Robinson, who is 22 yea is  old came .here from Alabama two  weeks ago to work for th������ Lackawanna steel  Company-  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  SEIC  J    KEMP.   OR  LEAVE    ORD ERS   WITH  J  ������  I'lRRT  AVL..NUE  CARTER,  PHONE      6-0  LADYSMITH   WATER YVOKKS  the office     on  Roberts   Street  o  and  the 23th of each in. nth.  Coasumeis aie requested to call at  pay Water     Rotes, between the 10th  Office Hours \ P. V, 4 30   -  T, I BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT  i i;*.n  i i i  , THE PLOT THAT FAILED  ' t   .        AND THE VICTIM OF  TT  , A couple of years ago a governor  of one of the southern states went  to* Palm Beach, Fla., for a short  holiday. He tcgistered at one of  " the magnificent hotels and was assigned to a luxurious suit ol 100ms  ���������He was comfortably    Installed when  . a  friend  came  in  to call  on him '  ���������'���������'This      is   a  wr<ridcrful  ajKii tmoiu  , they, have given you," said the .v,i-u-  lor.,  "    ".Why, yes,"    replied the govcinoi,  "I've ne*er enjoyed such Iiuuiy in  my life. Never saw such a place1  They 'just showed me to these rooms  but. I've been wondering if t/hey te-  alized ithat I was a ,poor man. What  ���������do "you suppose they'll charge .me "  '"Well, governor, answered tlie other,     "I   happened      to  know     about  'that. .The last man, a railroad1 pie-  sident from New York, paid $75 a  dxy for these \������ry rooms."  t "Scissors to grind i" ciied the unfortunate politicirvTi, "I've only got  $50.' I'll have to leave at once  Hut look here, Jim, I don't v/.uit to  confess I can't pay for at least -nie  day, so you go down to lhe station  and telegraph me to come home -a  once. I will meet you at the ������ a-  tion within an  houi."  When the governor arrived at ihe  station he found the friemd wai*;n������,  as he had anange-d.  ''You got  my telegram all  inquired the acquaintance  "Got Hi"  sai,cl the go\i*inor in   .1  despanifg  \oin-,   "I  should    si\   *���������(���������  I   believe    1   am   the    unliK'iiii -*l   o  n  .llive     Why,  when   I  went .n.-l i'Ucii  I'm   -my    !nl',   what   do  sou  miim ose  the clcilc h.iid7   He  lold me  U.i-u-ww.  no   bill���������.s:iid   they   v oulii   b"  '.ono'ei  if  1  stayed .i  \cai'" ���������  I-ipp  Maga/in.'  NOT JF AS RICH.  AS ROCKEFELLER  If you had all tlie wealth of Rod c-  feller, the Standard Oil magnate you  could not buy a bette* medicine for  bowel complaints than' Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Tlie most eminent physician  can not pi escribe a better pi.ep.*ra~  tion for colic arid diairhoea,, both  for children and adults. The uniform success of this Lcmcd* has  shown it lo he supeiioi to all others. It never fails, and when ieduced with water and sweetened, i*  pleasant    to   la.i������- h\ciy   family i  should  be supplied  with   it.   Sold  by I'J  r-adysriiiLli Pharmacy.  HORSEMEN, READ   THIS  I have used MINARD'S LINIMENT  in my stables for over a year, and  'consider it the Very best for horse  flesh I caji get, and would strongly  recommend it to all horsemen.  GEO. HOUGH.  I ivery    Stables,  Queber,  95   to 103,  Ann Street.  L^SSS������������B%a  PREVENT   FOREST  FIRES.  Those who Ii.t\c made a  sludy     of  climatic    conditions in  Biiiish     Columbia  will  iipiueliriwl  no  Little   ������-*���������"- ,'t-iOJi.iUy div suinnneis  ger hnm foicsl, (iio*> during  lhe    en- '  suing   summer,    and    it   is as   well, I  thereiuie, that, the press  and     otbci  institutions     which    come  into   null  mute     Association    with   lhe pifli'lic,  *h."Mil(l sound   a nole of  wanung.   The  past wintci season  has be eh  an     exceptional!*,   illy one, and as a  consequence tho     snow  on  the mountains  which,'  ordinarily,   dtiiin������   Ihe  w.ii m-  ^<S^^fSSS^E2IS3^3SS^uSSmSESIIBS9  '.?A-y'*i  m  *AA?>  -?%".-: ������������������:  ^.V'-* *  /f'^V-'*^'"*:'-'.-  f> -������t-    ' "    '  '   y .-  ������-*a  A   Great   Boot  for' Prospectors  and  us  They are all leathci,  made to stand atienuous  age in mine gr  forest.  L117. Men's Tan Chip  pewan Veal Kip Pros-  pectors'  Boots  Ten-inch blucher cut, with  with full bellows tongue to  the tip; have double silver eyelets and stud hooks; double  sole aiul slip; standard screw  fastened; slugged around the  forepart and heel. A comfortable as well as a durable  boot.  Ask for them at your Dealers  ������/. LECKIE Co. Ltd.  VANCOUVER, S G.  H  est months keeps the air moist and  plains and peicolating through the  ulams and | eisolnting through the  caith, will hugely fail to per ft* m  ils functions. This means1 that Hie  i-rivrumicnt regulations for the pre-  \ cut ion ol forest lires will have to  1 '}��������������� enforced with a gicatei vmgilanco  inc "island se\eiity than usual, and thc responsible portion of the population all  through tlie province should lend  their best efloit.s toward carrying*  all 1 pucautionaiy measuics into ef-  tect Camping parties will do well  to rcmou1 all possibility ot file  bieaking out among the sciufo* and iin-  ���������derbiush in the localities they have  occupied, before breaking camp, and  lhe Indians should be impressed with  the danger whic'h may*- si rise fiom  neglect, on then part.  Alieady   the    coverlid      of    smoke  wJiich clouds the heavenly bodies pre-  sages   danger.     Unless   the   .warning  lis oLsened there is   much   feai.   Unit  tho  liicht    of  the    sun  will iho   partially   obscuied  until  the  lainy    season  comes  Again,   and   wc all  realise  ,how  much such a, condition inalil������itea|  against   our, own enjoyment   ���������cif    our  ,--.inute and   the good  impiession    ot  'it   which   tourists  should carry away  with them      But  oi  couiso, the il-m-  Igei   winch  is  likely   ki lesult  to pro-  ��������� peity  is  the  woist   featuie    of     the  ites   which  menace   us  dining c.vcep-  We had Uie  t-pcclacle botli last yeai and in 1904,  of whole towns in the uppei coun-  liy being in imminent danger of des-  Inictioii, and in (lie Kooleiiays, a  large number of milling camps were  entireh wiped out.. Ian addition to  tliis the damage to oui forest  wealth, on which Hiil.ish Columbia  telies lor no little of hei hiture  piospe'iily, is.absolutely incalculable.  We somcl'mes 1 ilk nl the wanton  slaiii-htei of oui timbet by alien  companies which pick and choose,  with no idea, beyond satislyuig the  metis of the present market, and  leapc gioal quantities of rwellemt  wood to lot on the ground nu -wluol.*  hey ha\e bc-c.ii operating, but moie  desliuctiou i*> wrought by one ol  these dis.istious conflagrations tlraii  all thc companies could oiled m a  goiit'iatioii  It is a mallei '/f the utmost ne-  ce>sily Ihercloic that piecautionary  measuics against the bieaking out of  a serious lire in our timfbcied do-  nuiin should be promptly and efi'cct-  Hielv taken by the go\|erjiment au-  thoiities and thai the general public -should lend all the assiistamjct.-  possrblc to Hie enforcement ot these  ingulatioiis.  II   wc might  make a suggestion for  a   definite    And oficotiie   means    for  pi eventing any such   outbreak,   as   is  greatly   to     be  feared,   it  would     be  that  the  lumber  companies    of     the  piovmce and others   interested in the  lumbering   ���������business    should   arrange  wilh  the goivomment authorities   for  some   common     and    united action,  wheiehy  tlie  toicsts could be so  patrolled   that   the  danger   wouLd.beic-  duced  lo a minimum      The   lumber  companies    would    know best     what  tueasun's   I*   take,   and  it   is     undeniable   thai     then     coidial  co-opcia-  H011  with   the agent:-,  of   tlie go\cia-  inenl   would   g-'-e  us  an  assuiancc of  M'cuiii-,    winch   wc  could    oblain    111  nri "!l"''   'wu      'lhc  luniihei   co-opiM--  ���������ilioii'*   .uc (he most, direct  and     1111-  incliaU'  suliciers    fiom   tins destiuc-  Inc .ig.'ncv. and   il  then cruisers and  v.oi'jiniM     wr-if.  n-iu-ii .somcthuig     ()f  I lit'  .iiilhoiitj"   and   lesponsib'ility     of  ���������'pecial      enstabhs,     (lure  is   'little  doubt   Hu-\   uould  enipJoy   then     oi-  ���������orl"   in   .1  manner  which   would     de-  '���������i"i\r- tin-  I hanks   of  the' counhy    at  News,   Westminster  ^. ������  ������  a  I LADVSMiTH TRANSFER STABLE  'PIANOS,  ORGANS     ANDliOUSEHOLD     , iisyrjiRl   ,������OV-  ED PROMPTLY  A   Nl)  SAKI L . .  i  ���������  V  Stables in the rear or the Lad ysmitli holel.  Abbots       fmd   ���������- ~~i*.,*ix*  i.r.diis at   ti,.  A. J.   ASKE    T,   POOP  <  t  1  SH4VF.S & BVTHS  Ilaviag tak������-n f ver tho barber shop  known    as     the  Ladysmith  Shaving  Parlors, High St., I   inlend, by keep j  ing competent   workmen,  to conduct  a first-class establishment,   and       respectfully solicit*, your patronage.  THOMAS   LEWIS  HOTEL   DOMINION  Fui  -Li..i.f. frl.2!"' fu.d"fl.5i>���������  (o  all'teaniboat  landint a and  Best accommodation lor transient  \nd pormaiif-nt boarders and lodgera  OR AND       HOTEL.  This new Hotel has been comfort-  aMy lurnished and the b?.r is up-1o-  d<������<<* Rates 51.00 a day and wp-  WArds.  n  WM. I3EVERIDGE, Pro?.  S*-#!aaa*t "���������*-<: :������������������'��������� -���������'��������� '"-' ^^-iymiYo  1 mI wi\ -ior-ofa. IZk-f-tric c.mtp ������-������*-vv II *���������>  nvnuti*- ">r!j pAMH n! the eily. B������ir  di.di'abif ^uncxui'lled.  F. BAYSES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER  B, C.  THE JONES HOTEL  ��������� WHITE   CJOOK���������  and  ���������WHITE   LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATAURId   STREET-     Ladysmith.  steam in: \h:d  l'UJ4Nl*5II   ROOMS  BAR bUlMTJKD WI'J II BEf T  WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS  W is  A. J. McfllURTRJE, Proprietor  D HOTEL  LADYSlWHH,   .t  Newly fitted'up and  Furnished  PORT I  Board at vzvi .onnKe  Rates  Good tables and good  Rooms  3ND  DAVID 1I\\\TDS, Prop.  The bar is extra  well  Slocked  This   Hotel  has  been  completely       renovated.  'Board wad lodging $1.00 per day.  HOTEL    FRETORIH  JOHN TtfA, Proprietor  Wines, 1st Avenue .-: :-: :-" Ladysmith B.C.  Esquimau   & Nanaimo Raiiwgy  1      Time Table No. US  , Eife������tiv������ April 29th, 190G.  Traius  leave  i*������ysmith lor   Victoria and  all  intermediate siaiions    at  !).!() a.m. dnilji, and at 5.00 p.m. 0n   Wednesdays,  Satin days,    and     Sui-  d-iys.  Trains  leaie   ladysmith   for Wellington  and   all  intermediate st.ttion*  at  115/  a 111   daily,-and   at 7'*.00 p.-m.   on    Wednesdays,  Saturdays   aad  Sumla>s.      .' ��������� "  Excursion<r;^1^"     -,_^  . f    ,    ,      . ON SALE TO AND  FROM ALL STATIONS *  goodI, for  goin*; Journey  Saturdayr   -Qd Sundays, returning not latei than,  the following Monday., /  CI f    t   ��������� -���������StiamerJoati-r���������  hails rrom LMVEinith .or  Vanco  uvei every.Siaturdav at 6.00 a m   and  returniBc sails from Vancourer    far    Ladysmith ai 2.30 v.m.  58 Government-St.  G, L-. Courtney-  District Pessenger Agent  Victoria, B.C.'   Ticket and Freight  Office,'  75'  Government Street.  2  Transcontinental   0  Trains Daily V L  .     The' New Train'  , O RIENTAL LIMITED  The Train of  Ease,   Elegance,  Excellence.   .,  Every mile  a picture,,  and  no' smoke to spoil the   view.  Through Compartment,    Obf  serration and  Pullman Sleepers;,   also - Through ' Tourist  Cars to Chicago.^  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  ���������      . Is our Specialty  Union    Terminals   with   all  Steamer lines.  Berth reservations -by  wirel  Great Northern S.S. Co.    ���������  -FOR  JAPAN   AND  CHINA.  Steamships MiiuiesotA and Dakota sail from Seattle for Jia-  piuiji and China ports at   fic-  '4>ueni- dates.      Exact    sailing  , dates can he secured  upon application to any Great Northern representative.  S.'O.  YERKES,   ,  'tA.G.P.A.,  Seattle, Wash.  E. R. STEPHEN,:  Gen.-Agent,*Victoria, B.C.  &\  da.v Supplied  with  the Best  Liquors and Cigais.  v,ity;mhr  R. Williamson Prop  *���������/��������� >���������/  fst. Avenue  Ladysmith B. C.  .������������������.���������������������������.*.���������������������������������������������~������-*.������������������-������.���������������������������  STOVES!  STOVES!  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest itjvies and Newest Patterns--We do  Ai| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  in all its branches 21 Specialty  Nkkc Pi a: ing  Ladysinith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53 P. O. Box 42.  ft J HENRY'S  Low Fxcursioii  kates  Round Trip.  Tickets  on  Trains  On Sale May 24, 25, 26.  To   New Haven, Con,  July   10  to  15.  Denver   *  -i  Aligns).  7, 8, !������.  Milwaukee1  Io  To  To  Sept. 8, il, JO.  -   Toronto  $69.70  $83.75  - June -1, fi, 7, 2"   25.  July 2, 3,  Aug.   7,  8,'S.  TO ALL  f UINTS  For particulars  call oo   roi  write 10. E. daclcwood, aitB-  "eial Agent,* Victoria,  B.C. ���������  .A.   D.     Charlton,  A.G.P.A.,  ''     N.P.,  Portland, Ore.~  t������  ���������<j-������������8������d"  ������#..#..���������������.���������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"������������������  WM.   JIUNSIE,  President    J.  W.  COUURN, Managing  Ditector.  Telcphanc '!-(������. ff*  ��������� (.1  T    Co, Ltd,  ������OI  ith 1  er  NURSIES   GREENHOUSE* AND SEED  HOUSES  1110   Teitminst.r  Road,  M.C  Headquarters for   PACIFIC OROWN Uarden. flcla  and flower SEED5  lor distribution. ;  Large   stock   or Home  Grpwn FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL    TREES  f  .now matured for Spririg.-  No expense, loss or  delay of fumigation or in-  1' spection  Let me price your list  before placing yotir   or-. .  der. Greennouse Plants,  Floral Paiekases. Fertilizers, etc.  3010  Westminster Road.  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  S4  \-������*������  MILLS   AT   KIDDICK   AND   LADYSMITII--  ������Hisiglos sl Specialty  MANUFACTUR lOHS  Ol-1   I4(mj>lj]aiiti Oro.-sod Firaml (J<;tlas-Jjiiiabcrs  LATHS,   SITINCILKS,   .MOULDINCIS,      ETC.,     of    the   BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.      AM)   DRIED     ELOORIN'd.S      AND  PIXISHINd  LLiMllER  IN'  S'lOCIC  Are You  Going East  The* be sure your tickets read   rfc,  th.  UITT   RlDill  LINK  The only  line now  making   UNION  DEPOT   connections at ST. PAUL  and      MINNEAPOLIS    witk       the  through    trains    from    the ' Pacifta  Coast.  . THE     SHORTEST -   LINE, TP  FINEST TRAINS.   THE   LOWEST  RATES, THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   P-AUL,  CH*  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY  and ALL POINTS EAST.        '      v  For complete information ask yr-  Iocal agent or'write,   .  F. W. PARKER  General fir-*'  710 2nd Ave., Seattle.  If vou aP3 contemplating  PAPFRING  YOUR ROOMS  -Call at-  J. E, Smith's Shop  On Roberts Stree, and sec all  the  ���������1 !-M-:-i-  .)���������'������������������������������������������������������-������������������;-���������- v-j..;..; j .; .;  ���������.;. (.J.-J^.,.'..! -:-I������������������������I":--l*-t"I--:"J"I-I--i"I-'l"i"I--I-'*-t-'l'4-  larwp���������l)ttii-  IT IS DANGEROUS  TO NEGLECT A COLD  Hew often no we hear it remarked "It*; only a cold," and a few days  latei   leain  lhat the man  is on his  back with  pneumonia.    This is  of  such common occurence that a cold,  however slight, should not be disregarded..   Chamberlain's Cough Remedy counteracts any tendency of  a cold to result in  pneumonia,   and  j has gained its great popularity and  extensive sale by its   prompt cures  of the. most  common  ailment.     It  always cures and is pleasant to take  j For sale by Ladysmith Pharma cy.  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  . J PURCHASERS  AND SMULTiil.'.-, OP COPP5-M, dOLD AND  SILVHf>> ORF.S.  Smelting  Wro?lc.-i> al  LADYSMITH,    B. C.  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION. CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  Vancouver Island, B. G. General Manager,  *  ������"���������  **  +   We  Doa ers iu . ..  [ ianos an I  Organs..  Ladysn.iih, B.C  Latest Designs in-  W ALL PAPERS  UnderJ4Vtanaj*;mei!t  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  Jas. R. McKinnel  ���������mith's  Resturant and lodging Rooms  S  BEEN   REMOVED TO-  =First   Avenue-  Proprietor.  make a Specialty of the paper-   Correal Mens'  h6ada������a!fter8.  '    Modern and     Strictly First Clais<  ing Business. Fire Prpol    Buildiaj--.  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done -   -- -           Orders Promptly   Executed  S  ROEDDING  ���������--'*- - ���������  LADYSMITH  fl  i en  ;!  ^^=?^*  4.4'4..*><.������.4������"'������..������<4 ���������������������������������������������������������  '������������������������������������������������������.���������"���������������������������������������������������������������.  First Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD  and   BARK  For Sale and  Delivered  EXPRESS WORK  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66  LADYSMITH  ���������*>.*.������~������..������..a..������..������..*..������..������..*..������..*..(..������..������..*..  ���������.���������"���������"���������"������������������������������������.���������������������������.������..C-'  GENERAL BLACKSMITHSHOf  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER, and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILL**-  SHARPENED   BY  US      ALWAYS     (IIVE  SATISFACTION.    '   PICKS  HANDLED   A   ND  REPAIRED  (  ���������SH I PS MIT II IN O     IN       ILL   ITS    BRANC1H>*  Horseshoers and tuners' Blacksmitns.  R. ;\V RIGHT  Buller Street   -      -    ���������-   ��������� -   Ladysmith, B *  j HEAT,  y CommorTTurnace  Fire Pot  ���������/���������////'l|!l\\\v-  CANADIAN LINER  RECORD BREAKER;  Sunshine Furnace  Fire Pot  ������������������!���������������������������> ���������*"!*^*}������^;^r>*������-r-^*-I>-������-*H������';^������'>-;- ������������������"���������������������������-:'v4-������l~������"I������ ��������� ���������!��������� ��������� ���������!��������� ���������������!���������������.?���������'  * ICE!     ICE!    ICE!  I !  Will be Delivered on Mondays,    Wednesdays. *  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders   must   lie in   by eleven o'clock  0:1   da}'  of Delivery        s  Union  Brewing Co  Limited  NANAIMO    B. C.  Tho slaniing fire-pots in common furnaces pro-  'vidi- a rest-j)laco 'for ashes and clinkers, and these  clotf the-draft, prevent radiation, make the furnace  hard to shake, arid fill up tlie fire-pot.  The '"Sunshine" pot i.s straight up and down, which  gives an, uninterrupted course to the draft, and  prevents ashes and clinkers   sticking  to  the  sides.  The same skill and thought has been used on  every feature of the "Sunshine" furnace���������it is Canada's  greatest heater.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.     Booklet free.  a  London.  Toronto,   Montreal,    Winnipeg,   Vancouver,  St. John,   Hamilton.  ��������� .,���������-.���������.���������.������������������������������������.���������  The Ladysmith Hardware Co., Sole Agents  *M***^^*^^M-*^^^^^���������"*"''���������,M''^a���������**M^'MM���������M'^**-^ ������������������=--���������-���������       *���������   ���������   ������.-���������-������������������  Montreal, May  1*2.���������Tlie  high   priced   liner   which   lhe   Canadian   JJ-tcilu-  ltaijiw-y    Compan.v   ' has   just     -������om  (iflo.a      in   its    Atlantic    slf-ain.* mj,  I .ser-ice    armed   at  Father   Point    ������t  12:25  today    and  ca.'in;  in   thc sph-n  did   tune   of   5   days,   23   houis    -uki  17   minutes,   which   include*,   thu    du-  ierenec  m   lime   from   Movillt*.     This  break*.   the>   speed      record   lor    Unit  route   and  places   the    JCmpre-ss       of  iirituiij   inrtoHy    Uu;   Hs������ts   of   vessels  which are in lhe record breaking   bus  ii-ess   m   the  Canadian,  service.     The  irowHe-.Qiu.j-uc  record .via   Cape Kacr  was piwioiisly held    by   thu   Viryiu-  inn   which  un  her  initial  trip    bioke  the' time  of  passage    down     to    -si*c  days and  thrt-e  hours.     J)r.^     Klgai,  the Fairnck'      constructing    engineer  ! who   rame   over   on   I In*      lOmpress   or  [ Britain  wa.s so pk-a*.<-ii    by  ihe sl.uu  ing    which   ihc   v.c-sel   had   made    on  her   maiden   trip   'that   he    conlidrn:-  1.V   predicts   lhat    she   will   st-t      tin-  Pace  at  a  much   swiiter  gait     w lmn  the  stillness    m   her  iniichmoi.*       has  become more  limbered   up.     The   Km  press  experienced    hea*.\\   gales        on  Wednesday  and   Thurs'iiny    an'd   slow  ed down   .six   hours       on   account    oi  tlio   weather.      The   jnisseng-er.**   were  highly  delighted   with  the ship's performances-     which     brought   fully'Installing   sea-gotr-g   qualities   of      ihe  aplendid  vessel.  CUBANCfCAR FACfOBY  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUliAN BLOSSOM  None bu   Uuior- Labor    Employed  H. .1.   BOOTH. Prop  All'NflCIPAL, NOTICK.  Ladysmith bakery  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ' ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAM)  Wedding ���������"* (Jakes   -il-ulc    to Order  FRUITS   AMD    CANDIES OF'ALL  .KINDS,.  fKESil   riRUAD  EVERY   DAY  Prices    are     Verj Reasonable.     All  Customers "arc-rreatcil Alike'.- '  HOP  LEE & CO.  ON THE   58PLANADE.  M. R. SIMPSON  st.  BoIIeiUr, Etc.  Money  to   Loan  Amu? LA'fVSM H  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEEN  | CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL. QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  And Che Prlucliml Business Centers or  Ontario,' Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND        ,  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS. |  For Time Tables, etc., udd-oss  . .   , CEO. W. VAUX,  | Aislitant (Icu'l PansGiiKcr nnd Ticket Agent,  135 Adams St.. CHICAGO, ILL.  Pursuant to lhe Referendum Bylaw ol the Corporation ol the City  or LadysiniLli, this following resolution wsis duly passed on Mou'lav,  7th May? lilUfi:     ������ . ��������� ,  'lhat the opinion of the electors vpf  the iluiucipalify of ihe -City of La-  ily-sunitli te taken according, to the  piowsions of tlie lieferendiunf" by-law  upon the following alternative ������jiics-  tions:   . '.  ������. Question No. 1. Shall me Ciu-.-j.c  iq.uue, own and operate. El ecu "j i'feht  ing- anil Power Plant?  Question Mo. 2. Altenntivjy.  Shall a franchise' be granted to any  poisons or Company willing to '-imply Electric Light and Power'-.- ���������  That the referendum be'held on the  lCth day  cf ]\Iay, IUOC. .  That Ali. John Stewart,, l k*rlc to  the Municipal Council he appointed  lieturnin-1,  Ollicer. ^  That the polling place shall ibe the  City Hall, Ladysmith, -xnd the Im-ul*-  of polling  be  from  0 a.m., to 7  p.m.  That the Council do forthwith  after the. holding of the referendum  give ellcct to the proposal set. 'oiili  in Ihe quest Ion which receives t *.e  larger number of assenting votes and  (do Mi!>mil any  ncces-saiy Hy-iaw  for  thc  sanction   of   lhe.  Electors  intiil-  i cd  to vole on  money by-laws,.  ��������� I. STEWYKT.  V.M C.  NATIVES   ARE  REBELLIOUS  Mnnilln, May 10.��������� Thc l'ollav. ing- Oca. Currie, the governor or Sain  despntch has been iivceived from "AcU- ar, who is he>*e on his way to Bgguio  ing Governor Cinco of the Inland of jirovinee of Ltcnquist. the 'summer  Snmur. A band of twenty-four liav- cupital to eonsuH with Oovernor  in������; live rifle*! and other weapons i-u General Idc savs thnt a" o-e '*���������-'  tcod      tho    WVIffla      Ward,      ,m.,������.l   81lU.llls   ?,   Samar'will   shortly     call  on the governor general aiul endorse  ih.i policy of extermination of the  rebellion*; 'natives which is supported by the pi-ncelnl inhabitants oi  Sarr.ar ���������   '  : In 'honor oi ' Foimer tlnviTiior (ici,-  oral Wright this morni-'iy. killin;������ one  Jind woiindiiij-- .several i.'sideni ���������-, loo-.-  itig their houses and taking o\i*i" -iO  prisoners. Trecops, constabulary und  volunteers are pu-'Stiii-g the band  NANAIMO NEWS NOTES '  -, _-������_-J ^L__  mmmmm**u*****mmmmmmmmmm  The prize shoot in connection wit li Was in het ter shape, and all who  tho Hide Club was opened 'at the ' hav������ seen .Joe l*jend -em over, know  200,"lOO   and   COO 'ranges' yesterd.-y ' what  tl..aL  moans.  For her   maiden   voyage  the     time  ,lnade    must    he   'considered      liie'nl>  I ���������atisfactory  over   the   safe     southern  I route   via   Cape   Race   the      Rmprer.s  'of   Britai*   came.      Her   daily      runs  were -117,   4.*>2,   'K39,  -110, 41-1     and  432  knots   to Riinou.ski -which   placi;  she passed   at    12.25 o'clock    Saturday  afternoon.      All   passengers  had  something   complimentary      to     say  tabout   the   smoothness   with      which  thc engines ran.     Th-j counter balanced engines   seeming    to   work without    vibration.      She   is   undoubtedly one  of  tho smoothest  running    iif  all  the sea flyers.  "Sho is '; said Captain Stewart,  "the. best boat I ever saw." dpi.  Sum-art was formely in. command oi  the    C.  p.   It.   SS.   Champlain.  Air.   Iforace  Smith jr.,    of   Comox,  is in  the city arriving   from the  Cap   from    Quebec     for Liverpool     on her  ital   on   last  evening's  train. I return   voyage   Saturday, M'ay 10th  [ 'lhe Biitdin u-as in wireless touch  with ihe outside world. During the  first pari, oi lhe \ oyayc her wireless opu'-ator ������as in couiinuii nation with tin; j'cjldhu station and :is  she was ni-anrig the limit of that *Ua  tion-she came in touch with the i.tiler wates \ibratmg from Cape  Race. On t|u,t ilay tin- vessel ic-  ceivod woid fr-nn both sides ol I ho  Atlantic.  'J'Jie  "IJiitaii-"'   wits    built    at.  ��������� : lie  Kairfield shipmiilding   'work.-,   on   Hie  Clyde,  her  principal  dimensions   are:  length  overall.   570  fuel;   beam        (>5  feet,   0   inches;    depth,   amirlship     -.15  l'e.'L;    normal   ��������� dri-fl      I onnage      !'l,-  500; hor.-*epowt r,   I8,0oo, her pas-eager   rapacity,    firm   tabins   :359,   ',i->  ond  ."{50.   thud  cabin   100.  crew ''00  lotal   cajiiun,'    '2HH)       The , Kuipre.ss  of   (tritiitn   has   In f  passengvr   deik'i,  (lie   first    dining   cabin   saloon   is    58  feet   long,   i.s   lhe  full     width   of    the  ship,   nnd   will   seal     some   ."100   pa-  sons.     The   panelling   is   in   mohog -  son.   ' The   lumelling     i.s   in      in.nl.og-  ihe   upholstering;   i*.   in   crimson    blither.     A   special  leal lire    of the    nir-  msJiing  is     a   number     of  horseshoe'  tables   for   sniail   parties   aiTatitftsd'in  alcoves   al   thu sides  of  the saloon.  The   music   room      with   its       i 'i.y  fine   dome      and   cheery      fireplace   is  in   accordance     with  every     idea   of  daintiness   and  comfort.      The  decor-  ai ions     are   original      and    artistic, i  Tho-library  is finished   in.  mahognny  and   its   easy  chaus     and   cushioned  {nooks     with     convenient     '   writ in;*:  tabb-s     aiul      collection   of       chi-.ho  lituinfure    give   it     a (most      homelike  appearance.       The   first       clais  smoking  room   is  finished    in  sli.cht-  ly fumed  oal:  with   appropriate     dc-  coratlions.      Special   attention       hits  been   paid   to   ventilation.   The g-r.nul  staircase of (he "Vmpress" is of *>ol-  Mied  oak   nnd   is   lighted   over   heed  bv  a.   m.ip'nificent    r.la*!s   dome.        *Tp  fact, 'everv known  pe-aibar device    in  '���������nisine    *rnf,''1\'.   snr-<-<l   and      romfo'-l  and  luviiry   has  been  introduced     in  her construction   and   appointment  The  Kinpress  of   Britain    will    sail  J.; Travis, former national and in-  ternationul goH champion defeated  Jerome D. Travers of Mont Clair  in a final round for the president*3  cup in the. invitation tournament 'on  the  Garden   City golf links today.  SPORTSMEN'S' CONTJIlUUTIGX.-*.  >Tew York, May 12.���������About 800O  persons attended a boxing- and wrest:  ling tournament in th-e Madisoa  Square Garden tonight the proc'eeiii  of which will be sent to swell this  California  Relief  Fund.  ii  ALEOONIAN  r  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  R.P.RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Agency.  I'acific Coast  'ICTORIA.    ������������������   ���������-  ���������Be  with, the following  results  200.   500 600. Tt.  ..'.���������J7     30 '   30���������87  ..27     33     22���������82  higher   than    tlie  .-..25    21     28���������71  22"   22 ���������; 2  24  -   19���������7 J  21     25-70  li.  Adam      11.  'ileNed      table   two   points  l{.  .Uartell      A.  Tippett      .J.  R.   McJveu'/ie.  J.  M    McKeu-'ie  A.  Waring      p;  Uiril      Or  1 logic      T  Stockett      (J  Glen      ��������� I.  Gleu      ��������� i.  Warm by   ...   .  II.  Cough      .J.  Watson      ,28  28  2'i  27  21  22  '>-  ..*J7  ....22  ...22  ...21  ,.,.1P  . 2(5  22  22  22  18  17  18  17  8  8  20���������HO  22������������������1,-<  17���������OL  15���������(50  19���������58  15-55  9-4 7  17���������11  a��������� io  The teams seem so even I j   matched  that   it   is   hard   Lo   tell     who      will,  b������   the  visitors,     but   whoever     wins   Edward  W.  it   will  onl>    he  after  a  hnrrt   fight.  TAYLOR   TO 12   MAX.  Nashville, May 12.���������The Nashville  Amer can tomorrow will say "Form  er Governor Jiobt. L. Taylor, has  lj������*n   nominated,   Democratic. Primar  ies,   for    United   Stales   Senate   ovoi  Yesierday Messrs Thoinpson and  Seovilh* ran an Oldsmobile belonging to Hutchinson Mios., of Vic-  foria to Albenu in ihe place of the  stag-e. . Thu trip was an e.\-peri/ia������nt  lhe  stage  drhers   ilesinng    to   ascer-  Cormack incumbent by  a plurality oi\,fiom L5.000 to 20.-  000  votes."  as t      of  recent  ot lieis  d* ^i ii  tain if a motor could be run to led of at n eoiu'-ir.1 ie;, bet ween l'i.-.--  the abo\e incut ioned . place moiv J ident K'eei'e and other*: represen .i'u  con\-eniently   Uian     horse-,.     it        is I the dock managers    late    this   after-  ALL   SKT'l'LKD.  Cleveland,   Alay   12.���������The  the  points   in   issue    in   The  strike  of  longshoremen  find  on   tin-   Great   L.iki-s    were  IIKLIAXCK  RAGLES  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given  fo the electors ol the City of, Ladysmith, ptiistiant lo the above resolution and by-law that the presence  is desired at the City Hull, -jn Wednesday, the Kith day of May, l!)0(i,  from II a.m., to 7 p.m., of m.-j'i <.f  the electors as arc ont filed to vote  at an election for Mayor and Aldermen, lo cast .their vote, for cither  ���������J. 'one ot the other of the following  JjADYSMITII    TEjWPLL',    K6.    r,._'fi*'C-*t.ions: ; ���������  Rathbone Sisters, meels in the Odd I "Slli*!i l-Iie City, acvcfiiire; own '; nil  fellows' IInAi every 2itrl' "; .aiitl'"' -itli". operate Rlnclric Liglifing- and Power  Tuesday, at -7:30  p.in.  MRS.  KATE TATK,  M. of R., ,*;-.'('  i?rW!T*,'-i''( ���������'���������"wwj vvv* f ��������� ,������a i  HILBERT  iTv-KEil  UNITED   ANCIKNT      ORDb'U   [/)���������  DRUIDS   ,  Wellington Grove  No    -J   LI.   A. O.   i  Meets,   in (.|���������..   I* o    (> .\,\   i)ii\\i   |.  dy-smith,    the   Second   nnd      i<V.ini  Ifedriesdays of each   month,  coiiimsr.  mg ffednei.day.  L-llij.���������. ..J.Q05.  Visiting 'Druids,   arc invited, to  n,  tend. ���������'  ��������� -   ii-.-.-. '���������  ���������    ' , .- .-.'&!)  ,     llv Orrier . ������������������.       ,:.-!���������  AVM   RAFTER, Recr Seet.v  J'ATRTOK   BITRK,  N.  A  Plant?"  Alternatively,* ���������"Shall a franchise  hi: sniji!ted to any person or company willing to supply lOlectric Liy-lit,  and  Power?"  The. vote will be takeii by liailot in  nci-ofdiiiice with the "Kcferenduiri  Bylaw," of which every person is  rc.(*ues(ed lo take notice and. govern  himself accordingly, :U,il will be conducted in Uie same manner as an  election Jot* Mayor or Aldermen.  j Electors* arc- reniie.sLe-d to place  a cross (X) signifying assent (\,\n)-  site , the question to which Miov n;;--  sent and to .make no mark of rny  kind opposite the other question.  Given under my- hand at: Ladysmith, British Columbia, the 7th day  of May, 1900.  JOHN STEWART,  'City Clerk,arid  Returning Officer.  What   promise*-       to   be   the       be.'-t  game .of  baseball   placed  in  this city  for  many  a  day   will   take    place  on  the   Cricket  ground*,   this    afternoon,  tko  rhal   teams    being    the  Koliunce  and   Lhe   i-lngles.   thc  two  crack  loc^l  teams.     Strong   rival i*i    for    p'renncr  honors exists    between    these   tenm.s,  and   Ihe    game    that   each   of     them  will  put.    up  today,    iu  an  effort    to  win,     bids   fair.to   be   of   the    championship      .sort-:       At     present     the  I-'abjlcs     stand    on      the   percentage  'Pleasing tu report i hj trip was  highly satihfacloiy, the Okl*,inob.Ie  making the tup out iu three hours  find a half , iiciun! running time,  and tlie reMim journey in three  hoi) is.  In consequence of the satisi'acioi.v  ivsults oi ihe li'M. Uu- firm have  ordered plans- of a .'Id hor.se power machine .similar make to that  in   which   1 hi-     iourney   ������-as made  yesterday, and il f.s likel.\ that thc  order will be placed for it with  liessrs. Iliitchinson tiros . in n.  wi-elc   or   fwo.      As   it   In Ices three  months     io      niuke        a .mach  ine of this nature it will of course.,  be some time before.-the passeng*ers  to   Alberni   will    have   the     pletisurc  an      iip.  to  date   ntotor,    but  there     is       no  noon.  Article*,  were  signed    by       whi-h  the   wages   of  the   men    ive    to       ue  made the same as  last   year and "i-he  ten  hour day  i.s  to   prevail.      These  were   the  only  points   oi   controversy  befor������ the  conference.    The    question  'of  recognition    ol   the  Mates'   Union  i had  been previously  elimtnarea.   .*.   THE CUE.  Chicago, *.Muy li* ���������In the final  anie of the professional billiard  tournament lonight G. Sutton de  leati-d    Jacob    Scbaei'er 500   to  1,4-1  HASERALL.  National   League.  At    CiiT'iiins.t i���������Cincinnati   .*},     NTew  Vork  2.  GOLF.  Garden  City,  1, 1 .  May  12���������Waller  Synopsis of  Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Dominion LamU  within the Railway Belt in Britisli  Columbia, may be' hoinesteaded by  any'person who is the sole head ot  a family, or any male ;over e ghteeu  years of age, to the extent, of one-  quarter section of ICO- acres, mors  or less.  Entry must l*c made-personally at  the local land office for. the district*  in  which the land is  situate, s  The homesteader is reqiuired to pei -  form-the conditions connected therewith under one of the followin j  plans: , "J .  (1) At least six months' resnleii'd  upon and cultivation of tlie land in  each year' for  three years. ���������  (2) If the father',', (or mother, if tl 9  father is deceased), of the homesteader .resides upon a farmnn the vicinity of the land entered for, the ie-  quirements as to residence may lro  satisfied hy such person residing wi lit  the father or mother        '  (.3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, 'the requirements as to te*-.-  dencc may be satisfied'by 'reside-.. <-  upon-the,said land.'        ' "  ���������  Six   monthe'   notice    "in     writr '  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion,Lands at Ottawa of m-'  tention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at Sin  per acre for soft coal- and -.?20 fo.-  anthracite.' Not more than 32'������  acres can be, adefuired by one iwhu-  dual or company. Royalty at th;  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,1*0 > '  noimds shall be collected on the  ?ross output.  W. W.   CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of Inteunr.  Monster  TWENTY-FOURTH OF MAY  Dr.' O'Bri&a   ...   ...   ..r,0    28    21���������70 ���������'    f        , ���������       ,.  ..,  ,. ���������.-������������������. -i of ���������making   the   journev    m  ���������Leliance. ��������� but  a   win    for  the   latter!,.    ,   , . ,    ,   .',  .    , ... . to- date   motor,    but  there  ���������-oday    will   put.    them,   both   on    the   .fln���������K,   ^"l,  ,   ,i      ,    '       , ,,   - ���������',  .,-   ...        ..., rioub.t lliat the davs   of the old  fash  same looting. ���������    Harrison,   who  pitch-    - ���������-r,^I     ,     .    , '     ,        ,  . , ���������..*-. ioned   slag*   are  miitihereil.  erl   such  a  good   game    for  the   local , ^   jjte   nine    ,Ugninst    (,ho,     . w���������,..   ^ ���������  cm   ,,      b ���������,,   nch|(|1C0    and   hfi,wi]1.       to-lemI ���������  uitU   anything   ]tUe   good       support  .ft   ,-(,w  ,,      ,  ������-i"  make m,  anxious .ti���������,o of  it  for   '  L���������llff.-Ce.tai"ly,   |,ut,  honesllv,     1  Who   will     do   (i0ll'(.     bolicve  I    have    a   ftietwl   on  t'.e  slab  work   fm.-lhe   Kagles  never eai'tli-Chicatfo   News.  J. PIERGY & GO,  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE DRY GOOD  VICTORIA, B. C.  the    Ragles.      Rovci  IN PRIZES  $1,500  i  Big Calif humps  SI!  recession  3gxm&88!m3aEeBgmErm  Notice  Nan  CA  NOTICE  From      tuis  date  the. undersigned  will not .be responsible for  any indebtedness     incurred  except on      ������  ; written orher signed hy the secretarv  Rowland  Ms-chin.  V.   I.  EXPLORATION &  DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal���������'���������Lfabll.'ty.  Victoria, B. p.,.'M*v: TStb.  '������0fl  DAY  SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also language.-*, drawing in pencil and cr&y-  ons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes or Individually.  '���������' MISS BERTRAM,  ladysmith. Be.  Attention Is called to ',fae   fact that tht  Ogiivie Flour Hills  Co,   Limited  makers of.ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR hare lor some ilmi  past been producing floir in V tastly improved and p������rlfl - form  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control  of   all the basic patents'relating t.here*  to, take this opportunity of a dvising  the  public  that  any  orized users of the electrical   flour purifying processes   wilt '^ pni.  ���������pcuted.  OgilvieFlourMills Company Limited  are the    only   tmillers iu Canada  whose  Flowr  a putriflet by the Electric Process  Resettle*  CHAriPIONSHIP FOOTBALL  VANCOUVER  CELTICS  VS.  NANAIMO,  CHAMPIONSHIP BASEBALL  LADYSMITH      VS.   NANAIMO.  Thursday, May 24th, 1906  Excursion rates  Professional and Amateur and    Children's  Sports,  from all   points.     TWO   BANDS.'  FIREWORKS DISPLAY  MAYOR PLANTA, Chairman.;    E. II.  BIRD, Treasurer;  WILL  NORRIS,  Secretary.  GOD SAVE THE KING  F.  ���������BRITISH  COLUMBIA:,  Hi the Matter of  the Estate of Wil-  liam Kipling, deceased, and in   11 a  matter of   the  Official   Adnimistia-  lor's  Act.  Take notice, that; by an order of  His .Honor Eli Harrison, made tie  ���������v7th day of April,��������� lOOfi, 1 was; ai-  pointed adininistrator ,'of thc.estnle  of Williiiin Kipling-, ilcccase;!, ;ind ..[1  Piirtics Ii.Lving claims against the  siud estate arc hereby requested 'o  runiish the same, properly verified to  "������������������ e on or before Uic .'list dav of.  ���������^y, I'lOC; and all parties indebti-d  to the said estate are required lo  ���������'ay (he amount of their intlebf. 1-  nfss   to me forthwith.  JOSEPH McALONEY,  .. Official Administrator.  Nanaimo, B.C., May J, ifiOfi.  GENERAL'EXPRESS AND"  DELIVERY  WORK  PROMPTLY no*>-'"  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  ni  i  Dr,R. B. Diet  Surgeon Dentist  ���������VU   work ������uaranteed, and at rea^D  able rates.  RESIDENCE AND OFFICE '<  Gatacre St. Ladysmith  OPBN AT AUU HOUBS.  isa-T-^-'-^'&i; TECE DAILV1LED3ER.  Mrs. A. L.' Htaskins, will sell' Ice  j Cream from C to 8 every evening.  ^.Victoria Road,   a/bout  one mile out.  WILL PLAY IN DUNCAN.  Local Items  Miss Ingham returned Ihis morn-  5 iiij> from ' Nanaimo, where she spent  !Sunday.  The Ladysmith Dramatic Cltihl liavc  been rehearsing regularly of 1'ate and  are now in a position to put on in  first-class shape, the play which  proved 'so popular here recently wJicn  they appeared at the local opera  house. They go to Duncan on AVcd-  aesday next, where they will present1 "  "Dot, tho ���������Miner's Dau- liter." The  Leader, of Duncan, in .-pe; king of  the  play,  says:  STEAMER  AGROUND  Detroit, Hay 12.���������The. Thump i n  Lino Steamer Pilgrim bound from  "Rogers City Michigan, -.o I'.-lroit  with passongors and a ca.-tco if rnei-  chaiiili.se ran on tlie ���������neks u! I'oin-  1 CO    Aux   Bun/iies   usirly   i  if la" A  on'   the  jjii'-scnocrs.  'onshore   and    lh<������   sea    is  Wind        is  not.    hifth.  Mr.  and  Mrs.   Jas.   Adam returned  'on  the 'morning   train  from Nanaimo  Mr.  F. Fislier returned fiom  Nanaimo  this morning.  Mr.  Clias. Main, who  spent yester-  l-day  in    Nanaimo,  returned on     the  morning train.  "The    LadyMnith     Dramatic:     club   tug     has     been sent     fr-jin   ll.irljoi  will  present    the  play entitled   'i>ot-T j noac-h  to her assiMnm-c   ���������.���������:.* M i?!*  the    Miner's  Daiif-hlcr,'   in  the  Agrj- j   ���������   .. ������������������,  ^        ' "      , oil   the  ]ja������.scnacrs.       J ho  cultural  Hall  on  Wednesday cvcnL'ig.  May K)'. They put on tlic pkiy in.  Ladysmith with great succcsn, aiul,! hi' the .steamer is not in immediate  us amateurs, ,are liiphly spoken oi ! tlanger . it is not known liow  by   those present and  the  local pro.*:--! maiiy  ���������,.iss,.ll���������01.s- tu-0 (���������i her.  The   popular     prices ol   ol)  aiwl      2,> \  -a   cents  will     prevail    and   a*   Luis    i-i j    Trv a Province Cigar.  really'    a   fine     opeiatic  drania.    th:; >  a   company .should nave a i-ood house  ���������Sec posters and programinc- for c.v-i,  of oharacters.''  P  ������0--*>*O������3"9><C*>0-"  ..e.--;)..������..*..���������-*..#..������..������..������..  Bsrai  Pi  11  ���������3  io  frnffi \|  HE  WAS   PREPARED.  BIG- FIRK   AT   COPKNIfAG [���������:.%'.  Copenhagen,   3lay    1-.���������The       Frv -  .port   hud   a   nni-'-ow   escape   Iroin   iles-i  ! nation    by   (ire    due   to   I lie     **'joi" ��������� j  litncoiiH        combustion      of        cotton  in  a  .shed    1������ lou-^Lui;    lo    i li ���������  ! Two liK-n had had am argument  , on the sfr,; et, which had waxed so  1 Avar in   that      it ended     with  lilo.vs*.  Thev    were    arresled   and   taken     to  court.  A  lawvei   was e.vaminiiip-  an     mc-  in    waste  l hlast --Vsia L'ompan\    which w.is <n,t - j '.vitness of ihe affair  and asked ' **-m  ).  Mass Kemp,  who has  been visiting  Mr.  anil Airs. J.   KnigiiL lor the past  lew <Ia}'S, returned  to  her home  Vancouver, this morning. ,  ,' ���������  ted.     The ���������damage   amounted lo nci;>",' lSay  y()lI   saw  Mr.   H.   strike  Mr  Mr.  T."  K.'Slocn.ett,     of Nanaimo, | to ���������*? 100,000.    Only     by . heroic     el'-1   n.raf-������  spent the  forenoon m LadysMii|th, re-    forts   were  tlie  fi'-enien   able   lo   pro-',    "y^s   sir."  vent the spread of the flames lo  the shipping. About (wo buiit'-  clred    business., houses    were  e'To'-ted ,  "Seventeen   feet  fiw   inches  and    a  half."  ��������� "Indeed?      And could vou   tell  tne  n������ns ���������ire* *** -nsr*"** r\mv*n ������mr%rr -*i  < *tm*nnM'ui--MMuiuT������tak>iw  11st. Avsrius, Lad;.smith, 8. C. !  I I f. RoHii;! Prop, j  f      .MANUFACTURER OF      ?  I Carbonated Beverajres.- f  | Ginger   Beer?  I Fruit Syrups |  ! P.   O.   Box   24S I  * 4  <*���������$���������*>   *������***���������������+������������������   +++++  <���������>  4*   Coal  !  turning home at noon.  Mayor Nicholson is calling a public meeting tomorrow niglit for Uie  jmr������*ose ol discutssing the electric-  light question, a vote on which will  be taken on Wednesday.  "How   far  away  were  time?"  on   at  Cil   Ei'gi es  For l.acinciics, Fislilnjr Boats. Etc. ,  ?  -|   Stationery  Engines <!, X  for all Power Purposes        ���������  Simple, Economical. Reliable ���������  Absolutely no danger,  io Electric Spate. o.r Bat  teries  i to get out of order.  VVtitc us for Particulars   by  the  lire.  Tonight at seven o'clock,  the   Intermediate football  Club  will    meet  j at the ���������'Bowery for  the  purpose   ot  I deciding upon what kind of    medals  . they prefer.   .A  catalog-ue has    been  received frotth Vancouver, and it    is  up to the boys to choose the    kind  -they- ''prefer, after' which the   1'Lain-  land /league    will have them made  ���������and sent on to Ladysmith, they having  won the championship this  year.   '--���������.���������o ���������  .UNIONS.INDORSE  ;,".    .'���������' NEWSPAPER MAN  Seattle May 14.���������Ed. R.Dunn, a  mining ,. operator ,of Nome, Alasks,  now in,Seattle, has received a telegram -from Nome stating that the  miners', and longtshorernens' unions  have indorsed S. II. Stevens, publisher olf tlie Nome Gold' Digger, foi  Alaska delegate to congress.  '- The , labor unions of Nome have  .been .at i war with the representative  of the corporations of,that section  for tlie j)ast two seasons and the  Gold Digger has- been the advocate  of the unions during, that period.  At the election, last fall, over 2,-  000, union1 laf-forers -were on tilio mem-  mership lists of different unions.  The only statement that is ���������made  in regard to the union action in the  telegram receivp-d .by Mr. Dunn i.s  that the two unions mentioned ha-.o  formally indorsed the candidacy Of  Mr. Stevens. Nothing is said negaul  ing the probable attitude of any of  the  other lahlor organizations.  Oranges,- Apples, Pears, Bananas  and Lemons, always-fresh at Blair  &' Adam.  GLASS   GLOBES  When you want a Glass ^lobc  ' see that you get the globe %  ���������with tlie ru'tiber ring on it, $  as it is the only kind that \  can keep the water out ��������� the \  glofces without thc r,ufc|iiei ring ?  ��������� cannot 3<.eep out water, you  caJi sec that by examining  them. The artificial flower  that is put into tlie globes  with the rubber rings, is g-uar  antoed to le tlie best, and if  you want a globe with a  Rubber Ring, call a,t Mrs. T.  X. -Jones, agent for  -    H^NRY       CREW,  The only    place you can   gut  Therm'  Sole Agent in B.C. for the  French Wreath Co., of London, Paris,. M elbourne, S. A.,  Cor. Con-ox'Rd. & Milton St.  NANAIMO B.C.  ROOSEVELT  CRITICIZED  A beautiful iiue of |  r. 1&  Plain acd Farcy   ���������  !|  J ERSEYS 1  ti  just arrived, direct ������  from tlie old sod��������� |  Thei'e are no better |  made ���������They stand |  tlie    strong rough g  wear  that    a boy | -������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������><���������>������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������  gives them-Aliipizes | e������������������c������������������o������*������������*������������������#������������������9  20 to 30 $ ��������� . \     ���������for:  Wc ar^ showing a New Range of Lawn Waists,  De-  jj - -  / signed  after   the New Models   so largely worn  .       in   New    York          ���������'���������   S  Wc carry a FullLiiK.of-  / ���������������������������  Washington,  Alay    V2.��������� In   one     oi   surwl if."���������Boston Herald.  com I  how you  arc so sure     ������������������'    t' .  ' exact distance?"  "���������Well,"- was the reply, "I ilion-M  some fool lawyer would ask nr* I i-at  i.-]!tiQs|,ion, so  I\took a  tape nnd iura-  thc  bitterest  attacks    that  im*.   bJ.'ii  madc   upon  president  'Uoose-.clL  cur  ing  the  debate   oii   i!^ railru.iil  rale  bill,   Senator Hailcy    today    cii.ir^cd  that   thc   executive    had   Mirruudyri'd  his position achocating   an  ������������������u!."i'--iivij  inca-surc"; and had  abandoned his  demands    for   Liirifi   rc\ ision.    The  'Texas   y<.������atoi'   charged    that   lhc   I'rein  dents   arraignment    in   tru-it*'        had  been   made    after    his    elec1 inn     nnd  that before  that he hud  b.-on n "  '-s*il  ent   as   lhe   grave"   upon   i ho  mnject'  regailating    the   railroads,    lie  cr.iv ���������������������������  ed with   this slaU-mcuil:  "But let us have no more     ini'i*.uis  in senate .and talking in the country j  about   this   iron   man.      I Io    is    clay'  a������d very common clay at  that.-'  The speech was* .a reply >.l o Son.i -..or  Carter, who had defended the. President against criticisms saying that  no one could charge h'un -."ill1, cow-  ardfcie.  i  1       \  Rochussen Sr Collis  7 Yates St.  Vidoria, B. C  Machinery  Agents,  AkenheaH  w:mwMsmm%m^&i^ui������-<ii:2&z  X  *.i-  ? I wish to thank my  i  I patrons for   their   sup-  ? port on Sunday���������in re- ?  i gard  to  Sunday Colo- i  f nist���������and   kindlv  ask f  ������ - ���������  | for   3'our    support   in i  ��������� ���������  f the future f  j        J   A. KNiGHT, !  ��������� ���������  NOTICE.  A  public meeting will be  held     on,-  Tues'day   e\suing next,  "A!ay   15th,   at   i  7  o'clock,  in   the Council    Chambers  City 'ITall,   for  lhc  pur|*osr  of     discussing  the  electiic  light  qiieslion.  I).   N'ICnOLSOK.  Aiavor.  SCPA-TICA   CUBED AFTKR  20  YEARS  SUFFERING  For more than twenty years Mr. .1.  13. Massey, of 3322 Clinton St., Minneapolis, Minn., was tortured by sciatica, the pain and suffering which  he endured during this time is beyond comprehension. Nothing ga-vc  !,iin any permanent relief until he used Cha.m'berlain's Pain Balm. One  application of Ui.it liniment iclievo'1  (he pain and made sleep and rest possible, and less than one bottle lias  effected a permanent cine. If troubled with sciatica or rheiiinatisin,  why not try a 2.")-cent bottle of lhe  Pain Balm and. see for yourself how  qtuickly it relieves pain. For, sale by  the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  [WANTED  The Pioneer Steam Laundry o f  Vancouver want a  number of- ���������  Women aiid Girls  to work at their plant. The work  *  is pleasant, hours shcrt and pay!  good. AppLY I  PIONEER STEAM LAUNDRY  VANCOUVER,  B. C. f  i - -���������"-*������������������������������������-������������������ -  iriririiii>iiB<ni  Calihage, Lettuce, Khuharb. Onions,  Asparagus, at   Hlair &   Adam.  Minard's  Liniment   for  sale   eveey-  ia where.  A Drop in  Gowichan Creamery  Salt   Spring   Island  ir  30  3^c  Lh  aC   4  Finest Creamery=i4 Lb. Boxes=$^tgo *|  Gooking* Butter 25c  Lb.  I          VOR THE NICKST J  > -f  I       Ice   Cream i  Milk Shakes, Soft Drinks I  Candies, Fruits, Tobacc o *  -  Cigars,  etc������ t  *.     *-������ ������  :.                CALL ON-- %  I W- L'CARTER, i  I        FIRST   AVENUE  A RANOK OF���������  \  Up--to-cfctc Suiting  now on sale at  TAJ5ANG & CO.  15(1  Gov't  St , Victoiia,   II.  O.  LADIFS' aiul GEMT'.S  St, fish  Clothing  MADE TO ORDER  Wnrlvnianship   Gmaraiiloetl.     Uox   017  t*t������-iTn������*nni*r-fli  iiiiim rnmimnMii   i n n in. u"i     m nib iwiwiipib *  .  FOR SALE   ,  Twelve   head   of  cows   nnd JJilk  route.    Apply P.  0. Bo:: 99.  Tennis Goods  Lacrosse   Sticks ;   AND -  Base Ball Outfits  j   WRITE      '  J- S.4RNSLEV& CO,  V!f TORIA, B, C.  ' ���������  ' ������n Al tractive ������Stylcs and at Intcrcstig Prices  S1M( N LE1SER& CO Ltd.  6*0������C������������������������o****������ ���������'���������������������������������������������������  ���������MOM  -t-  ���������f  ���������*���������  -f  t.     Parlors for Private Parties.      t  ���������-������������������������������������*+-���������"���������-+���������������������������"���������"���������-���������-���������������������������������������������������������������-%���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  NOTICE.  I, the'undersigjied ..Jane McMillan,  administratrix of John Ilinjh McMillan, deceased, iicrub-v- give nol.icc  that 1 intend at the next si tiling of  tho Hoard of License. Commissioners  for the disliict of South Nanaimo,  in be holclen at L.adj-sniilh on lhc  lfiUi^day of .Juno, UJOU, to make application to llini, honoraljle body foi  a transfer of ihe hotel licenses to  sell iiitoxicalini- lienors under the  pro", isions of lhc S'lalutcs on Unit  iclialf, iu the premises known and  dt'scril ed as (he .Tunnel Hotel at  extension, l'ntisb Columbia, Ii om  the. suhI .iiliu llin,h AlcUillan to  Alexiandei'   J.   Aic.Uillnn.  ���������lAXE ���������McMillan,  Administratrix of .I.ili--  Hugh McMillan^  Smoke Hiy I),  finals  r?SSK7i;-!TtSSR.5LISr-..:**s; U Sv, 1������S6k5S������85S?-J  S  RAY MOND& -.5 ONS  ���������Dealers in���������  Lime,   Plaslcr Paris,    Hric'c,  Fire  Crick anil  Vaiicou\ cr island cement.  3 Pandora St.  Victoria 15.0.  il  ������SES3^mS^>^5mEB^&l>3������&33^  ?������BS>'-  SOUVENIR  Just to hand���������*������������e^  souvkmrs of Ladysmith, Spoons, Buckles..etc.  Call in and Get One  ���������.   ������       -   .       ���������  Granite'and ,.JI!arM8 Works  Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at thc  lowest "prices consistent  with first class stock 'and  workmanship. Write for  catalogue.  ..  A.   STEWART,  MS^Vates St. Victoria B.C  Notice  A. HOWE, of CHEMAINUS, has "-'opened the MEAT-  MARKET  lately    run   by W. Ward, on Robeits stree  WITH A FULL LINE OF FIRST CLASS MlAlS  PORK' AND SAUFAGE A SPECIAL! Y  -      A Trial Solidtd        "  A.   HOWE,'    phone 20  .    FCPSALE,  Eggs Irom Pure fired Stock  All Birds Trap Nestsd  No inferior Layers Kept  Ilarreil, Buff and White Rocks  W'hilo Wyainlottes, White and Brown  Lcghoins.  $1 Per Setting  $6 Per Hundred  E. STEWART,  ���������    Box 2GS Ladysmith, B.C.  <t>������*3.: i������-tos-.si  Goods  Just arrived���������tlie best line of���������  Tennis Goods, Baseballs,  Bats,  Gloves, Etc.  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIHITED  I have just received a shipment of  Hills'  High Grade  EN6LISH TOBACCOS  and  CIGMUFS  DRUG   STORE  r ^^itutix^r,RKr^Kxsurjxarhja^rKiaamrKuiaa  U/.Q. praser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST  A VENUE.  Suits ; Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  B. FORCIMriER  V/atchmak-ir, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE LADYSfllTH  *>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"*>������������������������������������������������������*���������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Now,is .S-prinir*'cleaning time. Coat  vour walls with  Church's Alabastine  Will not nih   oil.    A perfect and sanitary wall coating, ������ohl in,  50 .& 25c. Packages  Als0 paint your woodwork    with  "Pyramid Brand1'  of Paints. VHie bast in  the market,  PIGTURES GIVEN AWAY  Each a Work of Art  4 Save Your  WHITE 5 WAN SOAP  WRAPPERS  and in cxcliange for twenty-five, the B.C. .Soap Works will give you  your choice of fifty heautiful 'subjects.'"'Ask your Grocor for catalogue of Premiums. ] ,<���������..������  ANOTHER  CHOICE .SHIPMENT JUST  RECEIVED  OF  mi '  ^ 'only  **>        J  i Picnic Hams  i ALSO  I Summer Sausage  o  !6c* LK  35c, Lb. t  Fresh Supply ot Mutton, Veal and Pork for To-day-  WKWIWT-1-. O^aaWAWi'  BLAIR   Sc  ���������PANNELL and PLASKETT  0  o  j  '$1.75 Per Gallon  We also carry a  large  line of  '  Fine Varnishes  Enamels,���������    Brushes,     Window Glass,  Koo'm  and Picture Mouldings, etc.  Try n gallon of out  Granite   Floor  F-mish  to  preserve   yo.ur  Linileuins.     Bring  your ii ic Iu res to he framed to  H.'. KAY'S  W/������LL PAPER DEPOT  in and Tinsmittiinir   . yiMI^JjJ!  DONE   AT  Reasonable PrJets  J. ANDERSON  Leave oitl������ra  at Peterson'?  Furn.-  ture Store,.or-telephone No.5S..  Having taken over tlie haf-room of  the above hotel, we intend to run 4  first-class, up-to-date "establishment,  and in so] ici ting ^the patronage -ul  our friends-'-'and the public in genoral,  we giuii-ivitee good   lr������atmeht   t������ all:  R-'Sctiii'������������������������������������'��������� A, Smith  s=-z:  Mrs.;Farmer���������If 1. offered you a job  would you refuse it?  Weary Watkins���������No'm; I'd take it.  I'm all tired out refusing jobs and  want a rest.���������Chicago  Daily News.  Dr. Dier can he found at any tin-c  at his oflice en -Gatacre st. His de>  tal work- is g\ aranteed to be fira"*  class and rates reasonable tt.


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