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 SfflL-������������  ~Hta������lw<-X"t;f.^KA'"imfa--fl  ������������������������*������������������^trft-3-fc^d.t^.JfrW*,"^^  -���������^���������--fl-jL5<-'j'.l:vrtAv ������-J*ij  f DUNCANS &      f  LADSYttlTH |  ������������������MKir;  ">���������      .  *������-*  Daily  B. ������* -   T  4-  LADYSMITH  & DUNCANS J  VOL. 2,  MONDAY,  MAY 1-5,  1905.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  MAY DAY PASSED  WITHOUT OUTBREAK  Revolutionises Throughout Rus-'  sia Have Failed in Efforts to  Mark It By Disorders  FUNERAL Of VICTIM  STRIKE RIOT  or  Authorities   DRegard  Danger  rious Internal Crisis as  Over  of  (Sei  St.   Petersburg,   May  15.���������(1.25  p.  m.)-���������With the Russian May Day happily passed without general disorder  the authorities |*?camc easier and aie  inclined to regard the danger of      a  really .serious   interior   crisis       this  spring as over.   Turl|ulance doubtless  will continue with  spasmodic disorders.   The-plans of social democrats  and revolutionists to provol'e dissat-  ' isfaclion among  the^ troops, and coordinate  peasants   and   workmen    ">r  ��������� the creation of a state of general anarchy have ,signally failed.' The" *nly  place whence acute disorder was  repelled yesterday  was Kishineff,    -ml  that was in no sense attributed     io  the  rec-ollitioiiisls.     Apparently ���������    a  crowd   of soldiers   oil  duty  got  out  of hand, pillaged shops and even government buildings and crratcd a/reign  of  terror among  the inhabitants    n-  lil  they were arrested by  their comrades.     It is now evident  that while  .the social democrats and Sjocial  rcvo  with  the, working classes generally.  ���������Their attempt to  retrieve their     st  prestige in St. Petersburg by      proclaiming  a general   strike   for  today  has jjioken down, thc workmen refusing to follow their *������adership. A -period of calm  is now  likely to supervene, ill which the intelli^ent'clement*  of reform, -vhich arc not in sympathy'  with violence, will devote  themsel "es  as- they are do'ng,  to destroying - nd  elaborating  ideas  of the form which  thc   piomised  popular   representation  should  take and to bringing rational  pressure to  bear on  the government  to      meet  their   views.    Everything  now depends on Vice Admiral Rojcsti  vensky,   but  cool  observers  are more  and more convinced -.that the reforms  of the Russian state, like all other  predecessors,   will come  from above,,  and   not  from below. The  people arc  not  ripe for  the  physical   revolution  In   the  meantime   reforms' in  all  directions  are   being  worked,  although  liberals  arc   too  impatient to appre-  Headed With Draped Ban  and to the Sound of Muffled Drums  2,000 Chicago Strikers Es  cort the Body of Dead  Comrade  (Associated Press Despatches.)  Chicago, Ills., May M.���������Marching  with draped banners and muilled  drums, more than 2,000 union men  today' followed thc body of George  S. j Pierce, a striking teamster who  was killed by a deputy slierilL from  his home lo the union  station, from  HEAVY STORM  STOPS  AUTO BOAT RACE  The   Elements    Were   so  Fierce  that ali Raeers  Were Disabled  BASEBAUSittD  Owing to Adequate Escort-  Arrangements no Lives  Were Lost  (Associated Press Despatches.)  Toulon,     May  M.���������The auto-boat  race from Algiers to  Toulon May II  has ended unfortunately, all of     thc  boats      participating  in  the second  stage of  the  race from Port Mahon  so   this port   being  either  sunk     or  disabled      owing  to   a heavy   storm,  The   Local   Team   Defeat  Chemainus by an Inning  Jand Six Runs  Large   Crowd   Witnessed  Game and Cheered Ladysmith to Victory  THE  TEAM.  whence his body was taken to Louis-  wllcn sU)1 Inanv mi,cs flom thc nnisi-  ville, Kentucky, for burial.     No iim. ' Happily .the arrangements for cscort-  eral services were held  in  Chicai-o,  j'in������  *hc cl'aft  weic cflieicntjy organ-  but the escorting the body  t0      Ji'c !iml ai1'*-     loss of life was avoided,  station was ma<le the occasion of   a iThc    scVe11  ���������ccrs left  Port Mahon  labor  demonstration' in   which  only f     teamsters' union,  but    the  organ.    .   labor   generally   participated.    The marching  solemnly     'our  abreast, each wore on his  coat    la-  pelle a white butlon  with  this     inscription in black:  '-Wc mourn     ihe ' "*Ial}ic to withstand  the, violence    of  Ladysmith  J   Kerr  S.  Kerr  W. Manuel  Position  pitcher  Catcher  1st base  A.     Morrison,  2nd  base  Chemainus  P. Horner  T.  George  c.   '*:n-  R.  Cad-  wallcader.  J. I-Iorfcfjn  ,   Anderson  D.   Kies  A LIFE ON THE  OCEAN WAVE  Ten Miles From the   Mainland  and With a Cood Cook and  Well Supplied ^  Is Not an Unpleasant  One, Say  the Men at Work on the  Dredger  A.  Tommy  ,J(_ (Saturday morning,at four o'clock. A  torpedo boat destroyer accompanied  each auto-'boat, while two cruisers  followed. The sea was somewhat  lough at the*1 start and soon, became  worse.   1Thc  competing   boats    were  lulioiiisls made a lot of noise,    they   eiale great changes which are grailu-  hadneilhci* organization or real 1. a-   ally being effected. The repeal of the  dershipi behind them. Even the tor  .roiists held aloof while wailing foi  bigger game-:  These two parties,--which had I-  ready forfeited the sympathv of the  major portion'of the liberals, mow  stand   disinterested "by   their  failure  epca  law prohibiting Poles buying land  would be followed by a general -melioration of the condition of the  Jews touching particularly the x-  tensi'On of the_riglil of residence,  which committee ministers are now  laboring on.  less of a murdered brother."  Pierce was shot by Special I>toc-  tive F. P. Waldorf, and is the only  union man who has "lost his lifciiur-  ing the strike. Pierce is said to  have assaulted a non-union driver in  the presence of Waldorf, who was exonerated by a coroner's jury.  Chicago, Ills., May 15.���������A possible  end .of the    teamsters' strike began  today.    President of the  teams lets'  Union sent a telegram  to President  Gompers, of    the American Fedcia-  Lhe storm  and   requested the     warships   to   -tow   them.    Shortly  afterwards  the Mercedes sank,  men from  thc      torpedo   boat destroys!*  Halle-  barde rescued  her.   The cruiser     La  Hire hoisted   the ciaft and her crew  aboard.    The Camilc was abandoned,  thc destroyer Dard saving her ere v.  The Ilorales  II is adrilt,  but     her  crew is on board thc destroyer Carabine.    -rihe Mercedes,'II had to l.e  abandoned.   Thc destroyer Petrusane  had lhe crew on board.   There is no  JRNJESTVENSKY ANCHOR^  ED IN HON KOHE BAY  - - 4  Japanese Army Has Been Reinforced at Front by 80,000  Troops  tion of Labor,  revesting a  meeting Jncws      concerning the Quand  Mcl*3,  of  the National  board  of that body  a,)0U*'   wlliuI-      th*-lc  is  considerable  to be held at the end of ..t-he. week.   | anxiety.   Her crew consists of seven  President Shea also, telegraphed ihe,"10'11- '"eluding the Duke de Gazes.  national officers of the International !    TilfJ cluiserK Desaix and Kleber are  Brotherhood of  Teamsters  to  come    ���������"arcl-ing  for  the vessel.  to Chicago forthwith. The teamsters', executive board will be in .session about-Wednesday or Thursday.  ;*t  entered  the bay and continued  ��������� anchor' there. ���������������������������'-���������.'������������������  saVs.THERE IS 'NO HOPE  FOR ROJESTVENSKY  TO END  GRIEVANCES  Emperos Nicholas Permits  Polanders to Buy  Land  Tokio, May 15.���������(-2 ; p.m.)���������It is i e-  THE LAND FORCES ARE  finitely-   known  that Rear  Admiral  j GETTING BUSY.  Rojestvensky after  temporarily-{ -av-j* Gmslia .PasSj  M&v   15._sk-nnjsh_  mg Hon Kobe Bay on May 8th,    i,- " ������ _ c ��������� mouutllin ,af- ^���������1~ ������  - -������-  s^ ."^sroS:' &r ������������������ r .rry������ ft I br ;hf:<l  +.*.--,.������* ���������.. ���������    ii ii     m,     ,-���������,���������. \io   Iantl     acquired  by direct mien  tinues on      the right.    The Chinese,   'tance  however, report  that Field Marshal"  St. Petersburg, May Id.���������Following the .policy of trying to iinpro'e  the condition of the Poles, Emperor  Nicholas has - sanctioned an important law, permittinj-.' them tp.purcha.se  land in. the Kingdom  of Poland.  They were deprived  of  this   right  Paris,      May  15.���������The minister of  marine   has   received' a despatch    announcing that  the torpedo boat destroyer Arbalete has! arrived at Oag-  liari      towinc*- the auto-boat Quend,  having     on'     boai;d  her   owner,   ihe  Duke de  Cazes,   and all   the crew of  thc racer.     The Quand lead the rac-  ?rs  from  Port Mahon,   Island of Minorca,   until" about  fifty   miles   outside of Toulon "when the storm blew  her back to the same course she had  taken._   Her rescue closes  the contest  without loss  of  life,  but  with  only  two of the seven ,starters afloat, i  (1  ������  ���������..Winnipeg,-'Man.- May I5-7--A party  of paroled Russian officers passed  through here today en-route home/  In the course of an interview one i.f  the 'officers admitted that the ehan-  C3S; of Rojestvensky winning the in.  evitable naval battle were hopeless-  no I; more, than one iu five. He'ilso  .contradicted the report that- Port  Arthur was well supplied with *'oo'l  when it surrendersd. Two weeks  more of .(he siege would have meant  destftulipn to the entire'garrison.  WAS'CAPTURED WITH  COAL  ON,JBOAai)  "  '--.'���������  Nagasaki, May. 15.���������The naval  prize court at Sasebo .has condemned  the British steamer Sylviana. The  Sylvania was captured on February  2nth     last,  Oyama is' directing large masses of  troops from Fakoman toward Toun-  riakou, where a. concentration is proceeding and the river is being bridged by pontoons. The Liao River is  ifull of junks which bring up stores  and provisions^ About 80,0t0 lap-  ancsc rcinforccments-have arrived at  The inability to buy land lias  been ever since .one-pfx the chief grievances of the. Poles^  WINNIPEG  r.  Honor  Winnipeg, Man., May 15.���������Mrs.  Suckling, widow of a well 1-novvii  former real estate man  here,    *~vas  i.h.  f,._���������i.     m.���������   r ��������� ,      .     married Saturday e,vemwg last at iho,  tne uont.    Ihe Japanese cavalry  in '_   -i * --.   '-.-    r- /-���������������    ���������  .*o,-t,-^���������i -      ii -���������     .,     .residence i of Dr. M. Kerr, CincinnU  paiticular,     has been    considerably    -.���������   Tr���������      a   m  i ,  ..,,.������������������.,,���������,.     ��������� . .. .."���������'     to   Howard   Chalmers,   only   son    of  strengthened.   Prisoners say that the'<-.���������    u   "      mi r.    /  Japanese     armies are ready to ad-  i,      %T  y  %'"ul?ls>  "'"������������������  ol  "-0-  vance   when -th������,   wnrrf   ,",*������������,     v,,,. .don-   Ln*?"    Thc  6r������������m   was   formorly  vance  when the word  is* given.   Turing  ;     a recent    terrible dust storm,   !.'       .   .    I. .  ich raged three days,  the soldiers.   branCh m 0ttawa"    -  which raged three days,  the soldiers,  tents  and  entrenchments'suffered  se  verely.    The  Russian  troops  are. be-   Lumber  Company  were  burned  Sini-  ing fitted out with summer uniforms, 'day.    The loss is about $50,000. .On-  jly by hai*d  work  was  the mill   :\\d  St.* Petersburg,..May 15.���������(5.25 p.  m.)���������There, was a.serious disturbance  this afternoon at the Newski shipyard in the SchlasUfcrg Causway, on  the left; bank'of the Neva above St.  Pcterslwirg. The Cheviler guards  have just left their barracks ai; a  gallop. The Associated Press is informed by telephone that the men at  the shipyards walked out in a body,  carrying red flags and singing rcvo-  {lutionary songs. So far as ascertain  ed, the troops have not- fired on the  The    stables  of  the  Pigeon  River   -workmen  Sir Henry Chalmers,  Bart.,  of  ^on-  connected with the Bank of England  TWO  JAPANESE  TRANSPORTS ARE SUNK  enormous stock of lumber saved.  HEAVY RAINS .IN TEXAS.  i-Ious't'on, Texas, May 15.���������A heavyi  ! rain-has  fallen over south  and   *ar������t  New  Chwang,  May 16.���������A  steamer1     .., ,  ,       lf        ,    ,      . which, arrived here today reports tho  catt,e under  the V^oti&ge ot  |v    ...    .,    ;'   b0Hml   for   Vladlvos(*>'k    sinking Vf' the Japanese transport in  with   Cardiff coal   on  board. The    lhe Gulf of Chm  ,     a ininc   This is  jilaec of her capture was not  report- "als0l coincident  with   the sinking  ed at the time. h, T , ,   r.,       ,  I the      Japanese   transport   Sheyutsu,  The annual exhibition of pure bred  Tcxas  aiul  mlich  (lail-afi*!  lias     "t���������  the  done-.  of  Territorial Breeders' Association op  died at Calgary today. J. Davidson, Balsom, Out., and I). Anderson,  Rigby, Ont., are judges.  Tonight    Hon.  THIRTEEN  RUSSIAN WAR- j which    'struck, amine May  4 th near  SHIPS   SIGHTED.' Mia������ Islands  (at the entrance of the'minister  of   agriculture   in   Ontario,  ' .Gulf  of-Chili)   and  was  last  report-   will address a public meeting.  .Singapore,      Straits   Settlements-    ed to  be   in  a sinking  condition,   but I  May Jo.���������Thirteen  Russian  warships    refusing the assistance of a  Chinese   '    It; is announced at Regina that Sir  were sighted May  12 off Cape Vitrei-  merchant ship.    Thc  details  of    the  , Wilfrid Laurier will attend  the mania about 50 miles ,north of. Kamranh   sinking of the British steamer Sobra-   giration ceremony at Regina July 1.  Bay,   by  the steamer   .Jason,   which    len off Port Arthur May 12, beyond  * #   FIFTY   HORSES  BURNED.     *  * *   Chicago,   Ilia,   May  15.���������Fifty   *  * horses were killed in a fire early   *  * today  in   the  stable of   the  All is  Brewing  Company.    The loss  on   the  John  Dry den,  ex- building was slight.   4.   arrived here today.  the     facts   that  she struck  a  mine,  NO MORE COAL TO BJL SENT       .sank!in two niiiuites, and that sixty-  TO SVIC'OM  sev011      ������*  ncr   Passengers   and   orew  were landed  at   Port- Arthur,     have  Tokio, May, 15.���������(Neon.) ��������� The .j-v-   not been  obtained.  emment has  prohibited   the  exporta- ;  -*   tion or coal   to  Saigon.    The cmbar- '       MANY IN-lURED IN FIRE,  go is    .to continue as  long as     'he  TELEGRAPHERS   ADJOURN1.  Buffalo,   N.Y.,. May   16.���������Thc     mi-  nual   convention   of   the  Order       of  Telegraphers has  adjourned   to   meet  n?xt year in  Minneapolis.    The new  A'despatch" from  Rat Portage   -in- offices of third and   fourth vice-prcsi-  nounces that Sidney Pinchin, manag- dents  w?rn  created.    D.  Campbell  of  er of     the Combine mine,  35  miles   Toronto,  is being elected to  tl.e for-  ,   , ,       ,     mer  position.    President II.   B.   l-'er-  from here,  was found drowned       in   ])am  q[  H)   .LoiliS|   M(K|  onrl   Recre-  seven feet-of water a few yards from  tary-treasin-c* L.   W.   Quick,   of     St.  his  own dock on Thursday last,    ie Louis, were re-elected.  T. White,       3rd base  J.   Sanderson      s.s. T  I).   Kerr centie f.  E.   Clarke, right f.  J- Dunbar        left f.  Umpire, M. Sutherland tof Victoria  The first baseball match of the season came oft here yesterday in  beautiful      weather.   Ladysmith   defeated  Chemainus by     an innings     and six  runs.   The exhibition cannot be called first-cla.*s, but the field is a p-jor  one for the     game.   The play ofUie  home team,     especially at    fielding,  outclassed   that cf Chemainus.   While  tl.e pitching .of     the hcme-teani Man  could have been'   a good.deal better  it was decidedly superior to that of  the visitors, which at times   ,vas \e-  ry  wild.     .The bisiting  fielders     did  not back their pitchers in good --tylc,  and on many occasions thc home men  sneaked runs.  I    Chemainus     went to the bat first.  No runs were made    during the f.ist  three innings and the play was slow.  In the third inning Ladysmith scored their     first run.   D.      Kerr came  home on     Manuell's     two-base Lit.  Morrison hit    out and brought Man-  nuel home.  Sanderson failed to rraeh  first and the innings closed with two  runs .  In    the fourth     innings  Chemainus  scored   the  first,  but Anderson'    'ind  Erb    were quickly     put out, George.  made    a   good hit    and crossed the  plate  on  Tommy's  hit.   Tommy" was  put out     attempting to reach third.  Ladysmith 4th:  White reached  first  on strikes,     Dunbar put a good one  between iiist     and second  base, and  White reached     third.   White reached,  heme     on   Clark's '   hit  and Dunbar  reached     third.   1),. Kerr struck   thc  ball      out   lo   the   bunkers,   bringing  Clarke  and   Dunbar   home.    Cliem.u-  mis fumbled  the ball and allowed D.  Kerr to reach    home.   Manuell  went  to first on     balls.   Morrison made a  three-bagger,     bringing J.  Kerr aiul  Manuel  home.   Morrison      added   another tally by     Sanderson's sacrifice  hit,  bringing     Ladysinith's  score to  nine.v-'11  Chemainus  5th: Tlorton  and    Carey  were put out'in nuick order and Horner was only     able to reach second,  1-ejing disposed .ef by Clarke.  Ladysmith' 5th: Horner was taken  oiT and George was put on lo pit-h.  Dunbar made first on fumbled bail  and Clarke struck out. D. Ken-  made a two-bagger and Dunbar reach  ed home. S. Kerr sacrificed and  brought his brother home! Manuel's  fly was caught by Anderson. Score,  11-1.  Chemainus fitli: ' Cadwallcadcr  made a two base hit and Clarke missed" Anderson's ' fly. Cadwalleadcr  was put out attempting to reach  third. Erb and George struck :,nd .  the innings ended with no score.  Ladysmith    (5th:   Home team1 went  out in quick order.  Chemainus 7th' The visitors showed up at their best in tin's innings,  making four runs. Tommy hit to  short stop, Sanderson made a low  throw to first and Tommy gained  second, and Carey struck out and  Horner's two base hits brought '!'om-  my home. Kerr added another, bringing Horton and Horner home. Kerr  made third, ;following Cadwallcador's  foul. Kerr came home on Cadwal-  Iader's sacrifice. The score at the  conclusion of thc innings, was  LI���������f>.  Ladysmith ,7th' Dunbar was caught  by Horton. Clarke reached first on  neat hit. Cadwalleadcr disposed of  D. Kerr and     S. Kerr made a   .two-  Out between Kupcr and Thetis Is-j used up. Tlie present channel is belauds the good ship I. X. L., manned mg dredged by the Dominion Gov-  l,y a Canadian ^crew of eight men, is eminent, Ang. s McDonald, of Van-  digging    a channel.   When completed L���������mPI.   ,���������;,,���������.     ;., ,���������,���������,. ���������    <r,       i  T     /<        m ..-ii i.   ���������       r <���������        j      ,t-ou\ei,  f;eing     in charge,   lhe chan-  L.  Caicv | it will moan a shortening of from ten '    ,  lo fifteen miles for settlers from Thc- liei' whlch at low li.de (loes not cx"  tis, Kupcr, Reed and Galliano Isl- , ist now> wU1 havc* when completed,  ands bound to Ladysmith markets from three to eight feet at the low-  with their products, and to carry ! exi tide, and the currents will rapi  home supplies from our stores. Wm. ! idly deepen it, it being dredged 3,500  Thomas was in town yesterday. He feet in length. Captain Benson, of  has been working en the dredge for  the past two months , as has D.  Daniels, also of Ladysmith.  Thc dredge     still has    a couple of  months to work,     and by that time  Westminster, is the owner of the  dredge, which is leased by the Dominion Government.  Wm. Thomas says he is having     a  good time    and thc     life aboard'the  (he appropriation  ' of $6,000 will be   craft is not unpleasant.  ACTRESS KILLS  ASSAILANT  Is Attacked Wliiie Returning" From Concert--Uses  Revolver  Chicago, ills.,   May  15.���������Eva      D.  Aitkin,   a concert  hall singer,      List  PROGRAMME  OF CONCERT  Splendid       Entertainment  1 Prepared by Liudysniiih  C;ice Club  As the programme appearing below  will show, the Glee Club have secur-  night shot and killed one of two "ii^n ,-e(1 a large num-lrcr of splendid singers  who attacked  her and  tried  to  rob   ,fo*' iIioii- conceit to be given on'ia'j-  hit.   The man she killed was recognized   later  by   the  detectives       its  Chas.   Dennet. The  woman  was  locked up at the  police station  pending  urday night.   Thc affair will,    without  doubt he     liberally'patronized,  for in jivhat better cause, could an entertainment be given?     The     mem-  an invest 1-gfc.tion.   Miss Aikin said she* ',)Crs of *lie c*uh intend donating-the  had been singing at a south- side -.���������������������������cm- , whole  of  the  procreds   above  cxpen-  cert hall and was on her way home   sc's   for  lhe  henefil  of   their  injured  when Beimel and a'companion attack- , comrade, Mr. M.  Ingham,, who,     it  ed her,  took her pocket book,       and, will  be remembered,   was  the vicim  Linn started to run away.   She lire I ,of a serious     accident in the mines  several  shots  at the retreating     as-   some     time ago,  and who now  lies  sailants,  one  bulls! striking-  Beimel,   --elple-ss as a result.   The programme  for the concert is as Follows:  PART I.  Address     Chairman.  St.  Petersburg,  May  ll.���������The     >-    x- Chorus  Crusaders ... Glee Club  lice prevented  a "meeting of the rcsi-  2-  Song.......Open the Gate ...D^Lew-  dent. clergy yesterday who desired to '   ������������������������������������  i.s.  pass resolutions   of sympathy     with   3- Tl'i*>  l?air Flora Decks  the Metropolitan Atonius, who-    h.-.s |    Messrs. 'Bellis,  Roberts. &, Thomas  CLERGY COLLD NOT MEET.  been transferred to the Caucusses on  account of his agitation in-favor of a  revival of the Patriarchate. When  repressntatives of ttie clergy asked  aii'offiGer if they might hold a -.Meeting in a church, hc: replied in i tlie  negAtive, saying that his orders ������������������.*erc  not to j-ermit a meeting anywhere.  4. Song  5 -Sons  *������L  (5.  SIX   PEOPLE   KILLED  BY LUNATIC  San Diego, Cal., May 15.���������  Four persons have been killed  and two others have been fatally wounded .by a lunatic in the  southern part of the city.  . b   ACTRESS DEAD.  Chicago,      Ills.,     May   11.���������Jessie  Bar Hess Davis,   the activss,  dk-d   |.>-  "JANUARY   MARTYRS.  St.   Petersburg,   May   15.���������A   smtil  crowd    attempted   a  demonstration  this afternoon  at  the graves  of   the  January Martyrs, .as they are popularly called,     at  thc Preobrajensky  cemetery,   in   the   outskirts  of      the  city.   Cossacks  dispersed  the dem Mist ra tors.  .Maid <>f A .funs ,'D. *Bob-        erts  Deep, Deep Down   Henry Hughes  Instrumental     Duet ... Echoes  (By Bla'tc)  ...... Misses E. and M. Pannell  7. Duel' Excelsior   Messrs D.     Roberts & J. Thomas  S.    Selection      Band.  PART II.  1. Glee  The Little  Church     Glee Club  2. Instrumental Duct, violin, & piano  Piano  /'      Misses  V. & K. Hunter  j3.   Song   Homeward   ...  T.   Levis  1.   Song   Selected....  Mrs. Thomp-    son.  5.    Cornet.   Solo       J.   Whilcomb  ('������������������    Si.ng   .Alcna ���������   .1.   Evans  7.  Solo Aiul chirtis   When  Long  Lost  Peace  D.   Roberts A-    Glee   JMub  ti.   Selection      I'.and.  GOD SAVE  THE KING.  Mr. Hugh Fulton will act as chairman. ,  NO   BOXER   UPRAISING.  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  May 15.��������� E.  c, , ,,     ,, , ,:rn,    ��������� H. Conger, fonmerlv American miuis-  Suhsctiuentlv  the crowd sane  "The   ,      ,      ��������� ��������� ��������� ' , ,     -  ,,  .    ..  ��������� . .       ..b_ . tcr   lo  China,  arrived  yesterday from  the  Orient, on  thc  steamer  Siberia.  Mr.   Conger   is   accompanied   hy    his  Marsejlaise" when crossing'the fields-  The Cossacks then charged, using  their whips freely and inflicting  inanv injuries.  CONDUCTORS  OBJECT.  Portland,   Ore.,   May   11.���������The   Order of Railway  Conductors in     convention  has  adopted   resolutions  riis-  base hit and J. Kerr failing to reach   aPPr������v'ng      of President Roosevelt's  stand      on   the   matter   of  railroad  rate by the government commission.  first the innings ended.  Chemainus      8th-   Erb    struck  out  and George hit to Cci tr-il and  made ���������  two bases.   Tommy     pit up a ily to 'nut, and     although     Horner made a  Morrison.   Horton struck or I.  clean hit the following vatsmen failed  Ladvsmith 8th:   Manuel was caaight   to score and the team was shut out.  left combine to go  to Regina       '-.nd -������ ���������  Vienna,  May   15.���������Fire broke    'Hit  I .      . .     ���������f).li.Ipnt  rv '   -Buffalo,   N.Y.,  Mav  15.��������� Over  eme  Russian fleet  remains  in  Indo-Chlna    today in   the heart of Vienna and a  , !loimnS 1S Known 0I  ULC *������-���������"���������--''������������������- ]nm]m[ (]cl(lffa1es Wcre in attendance; hy Tommy   and     Morrison failed   lo      The score sto6d 11 to 5, Ladysmith  waters.     In order to protect the.x-   force of'firemen and police assembled   cept that his canoe was found after-  ^^  {]^ convention- of the structur-'' reach  fust.   Sanderson  went   to   first   won by an innings and six runs.  port trade the government lias adop-  0n  the spot.  Thc  firemen  were just    wards! twenty yards away.   Tl*o body  ted a system  of standards of inspec-   entering   the   building  when  a heavy    was  brought  in Sunday.    Dr.   Chap-   ^..^ ^^ caUci- t() orf]cr to<lav, -.*3-  lion   and  stamping.    Penalties    ;are    explosion,of celluloid occurred       tnd   *--an.   coroner,   was notified  and    /ill  Ycs^|lg   ������00,00:0   wage' earners   en-  .assigiied for violations.  , between 35 and  -10 persons  wer������ in-(hold an inquest today,  jured, some of them seriously.  al   Building  Trades   Alliance   of   Am-, on balls but was put out al tempting I    A     -liig crowd     turned out for the  match and Chemainus players brought  The visitors  were   a number of rooters with them.   The  to reach spcoid.  Chemaiiris    .'Hlr  gaged in the building industry,  quickly disposed of and Carey struck  collection taken up was fairly good.  wife. It is -Air. Conger's intention  to proceed almost immediately 1o  the City of Mexico, unless he receives orders to the contrary. Mr. Conger was asked concerning the periodical rumors cf the Boxer upraisings  and said there is absolutely no truth  in such reports.  ITALIAN   SHOOTING   AFFAIR.  Waterloo, -V. Y.���������May hi.���������Edward  Mara, an Italian, was shot and -n-  stantly killed in a quarrel last light  by John Deiapa, an Italian who conducts a boarding house in So'iilh Waterloo. Delappa fle-cl and Was arrested in Geneva and brought here. He  admitted the shooting and was ,'ock-  ed up in the county jail charged with  murder.  iV  ft  i'.  J1'  i-:-  . ?������������������  ���������fti  I'w'  St  I  'it  }}  -\'fr|  -I  .**l  -  SI  a  *--'#l|  m  ���������4  AM  ���������I  ���������?i DAILY LEDGER  ���������p*  THE   DAILY   LUWCII      |adinIittti  the  fact.   "Now,  co-nWl  J the lmmorial      Thomas,  " there's  no  ���������  "        -regularity about the crowing 01 lhat  Published   every  day except Sunday-' ^i-, and 1     lind myself listening to  LEDGER   b'S wow  and     cannot -go on with my  cock,"   The   w.^iluw  Iron  drew  his  Iiicud  aside,   and  :-.av.\  "My clear     friend,     tell me why *. _u  have stared     at jne so peculiarly i*ll  BY  THE  DAILY  COMP ANY.  Omccfl,   Ladysmith and  Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  SO cents a month;   $5 per year   in  advance.     Advertising rates on ap-  plication.             .MONDAY,  MAY 15,   1903.  woik unul All-   Cojk  sends foith  his  summons.   All     this disturbs   iuc  greatly and intet feres with my work.  Cannot you suppress  the nuisance'.'  The widow express gieat iegrct  (for Carlyle was vcneiatctl by his  neighbors)' that his labors, which  weie so valual le to the woi hi,  should be interfered with hy lui  looster, but she said her brood would  be. of very little use without him.  lies-nlcs," she added,���������"he ceilainly did  not trow more than two or three  times during the night1, and that was  as little as could be expected of any  well regulated fowl"  "Oh/' said "Carlyle, "it is'nt the  rowing I object to, its the damin-.d  wailing   for   it.   "  DAY  SCHOOL  Usual  subjects   taught;   also      ian  guages,   drawing  in   rencil  and crayons, paint ng in  oils  and water col  ors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes c*r individually.  MISS  BERTRAM.  ladysmith, B. C.  this euning."  "I'll  tell you  with  pleasure," aus-  were 1     Duran, "1 am painting a ! a;-  gar for the     Salon,  and ha.ve lfo' cii  o*-er all Paris far a suitable .ie.1 I to _  cliaw   "Irom.  ,J'\e      finally   found  it, f  ���������o.us is  the ideal." /      "���������������..������������������, ,.^oir-  Rothschild      laughed  heartily,   and   LADYSMITH 'AERIE  promised to sit for his iri.-nd in s������.l-  ab'le altiic on the 'ollo-.vimr. diy.  During the     progress of the ulLrg  a \oung     artist,    one oi Dur.in's pu- i  ;,ils,  came     into    the  l-ion     lie dial  rot know  Baron Rothsc .i!'ls  hut lhc*i(  bcggai's    miserable     lags,   v.:i face, j  * r* 8..-1 ?.  NO.  686, F.  O. E.     :���������:        :���������:        ������������������:        -'-i  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  6rd Tuesday at 7.30  p.m.    Worthy  President,  B   Forcimmer;      Worthy  Secretary, C- II.  Rummings.  lUlli  ���������o���������  Via the peoples' favorite  W11RRK DKSCRKTION* WON.  Howard     Lee, ol    the law nrm of  i'laa, Lea A:     Co i.s iieur so   .ipiy  as when relating the hlory hf-Jnui^-  ints  to  be new.   Sometimes lus  s'.o-  Tlic meeting called for Wednesday  evening .should he well at ten led  and good work*tig committees should  he appointed to arrange for celebrating July Kt, if, as seems likely, the  unanimous sentiment of the people  de.-ides at the meeting to celelirate  As oiu neighboring city, Nanaimo, is  lo have her annual celebration on the  2lib inst., more than a month -/ill  inlcrvcne, and tho two days will not  he loo close toaethei Undoubtedly  there will be a goodly number of P*"0  pie  from      Ladvsmith  at  celebration.     Evcrvbodv living in the ! at his counter when  two    cities     know each  other,  or at I    "'���������-���������������     "-������>'   you  jcople do, and     a friendly gathering  least a    very large proportion of thc  occasional!'/      fakes a     little oi  the  and wistful cxpies'-ion appe ileil aVcp- j ,  h   lo the young man'- sympathies  Waiting until  his  master   was   i ury  mixing cc/'ois, the pupil  took a funic  fro'ii lus vest pocket and '������������������"���������Id it  . ���������'���������''  .-ei/eil  it   with feincd ..nidily-  behind     his w&    to  t'.'C m del.  -.ho  When ihe sitting wa.s ������������������>���������(.r fie l>ar-  oii made eiumirics of Durrp concirn-  ni;, the >oi.ng pJiilantiopist, ���������v.d Y-*-*i  . informed ^bat he \vjs_-i sLud<u\ ol  gun.1 pnmiisc and ������������������lUi'-monl. 1 lit  i.lining the iooicst of the -nil O v.i.U1  *���������  Plans, Specifications and Details furnishekl for all kinds  of work in the CARPENTER  Line  C. B. ROBE LEE, Carpenter  and Joiner, 2nd ave, Ladysmith,  B.  C.  ���������  ���������*  ���������*  ������������������  ���������������  ���������*  *������  Overlands  Daily  2  lies are so old  that   the whiskers on of  the Latin  cpiaitei.  tficm    u-a'm-ble     Spanish  moss,   ..-nl      Some si**     months aim  Mi   Lea's' cnUnisi ��������� ,,i !, so iiiuv'.i ���������..���������- icncc thc young man    z .-i t.l  thai   OIK* loses      tlie dcsiies  to i-nJe- *. l.uh r.vi as follows.-  yeei-e him. 'lien? IS J-is li ���������*���������������*'  Nanaimo's j    i.'lahoity,  the     taifn,  ' * ������������������  i  t'.e oe\ ur-  iii  1 i ���������'   -    :'���������������,  illi -.an fji.tei'el  e wi"jt|'ig?'' ne  roug-h edge off life And     helps one to '  remember  that every day should not  he ghen o-.er  to work.   Twenty days ���������  per month,     say many'    of the coal  miners, arc enough days to work, as  hard as thc work is, and for thc past  two mouths     no  time has been lost, j  so miners, business men, and all will '  -doiiUless feel like taking a day off.     j  INTOLERABLE   SUSPENSE  This story     of 'I nomas  Carlyle  is  A  next door neighbor of Carlyle's  Scott, nephew of the great man, and  is undoubtedly tine.  'A  next dooi  neighbor of Carlyle's,  a widow,  had a very noisy cocki.   As  i*.  well known thc     gieat writer did  most of his     work during the night  and    early     morning hours,  and   the  crowing     of   the cock     at unseemly  hours caused     great annoyance    'I he  owner of thc coe;k was sent for.  "Madam," said  Carlyle,  "you raise  ch.ckcns, and among your brood i.*> a  What  astcd.  "Ju-,1 a 1 st of     ihe     ������������������-"������������������ "���������  ���������'���������'5!  slviie I kin'  lick,"  he im:L  "An'" is Tim Miirniiy's nacie en"  ".-*hiire, it heads me ))*>l,"'  "Twas a   little later when Aluipl-y  entered th: shop of Flalidty, the tailor.  1 hear ye arc 'makin' a -mcmoiial 'ah  let of the   men ye can !'ck, and f'at  my name heads tlie list'.'"  "That is it"  "Why,   >er      good-foi-:iothi:ig  lillU*  grass-hopper,     I could wipe the floor  | wid  von  wid  one hand'"  I   J'Arc  ye  sure   of   that,   now" ..aid  I Liberty.  !    "Quite shine1"  j    "Well,  llicn,  if you are .ruUc shun*  I ���������.in���������cross vour ������xme on the list."  -o���������  A   STORY OF  ROTHSCHILD  (Sue of the closest fi lends of Baron Rothschild, of Pars, was Can.  lus Duran, thc artist, I -ring the en  tne course of a certain large d'um-i  parly the great financier noicd Ilia'  the painter 1 ept. looking at him .vitn  a most intent and petuliir cxpivs  siem.  After  the coffee and cigars thc  fo  under New Alar.agmen  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinneH & Woodbank'"  Propri-9f0V������,  Modern and     Strictly  First Class.  -Uomniereial Mens' licaiiauarfc-rt*.  Fire Proof*   Buildii-ij.  "Dear sir.-the ftanc you gave the  bc-gar in charity in the studio of M.  Liurap h&ii b������'f" ipvegted 'by rg, and  wc ti'J-.c pleasure in fcorwaiding to  .iliF fihoijUC fPl 2,000 Iranes, Hie prip-  cij.il and lncremeiit of lhe same ���������  Yours, etc., Rothschild & Cie.  ��������� a ���������  AN  HISTORICAL OMISSION"  ^ethut-ifxlali,  hping only a little ov- (  pv 400 and still in lhc vigop of young NOTICE-  manhood,     lethought , himself of (he  .     v���������? p. -okl** for hi* descents     -Persons    lound    using our   Patent  end  Lie application foi  a nollcy of   Bottle or Stoppers after tins notice,  will be prosecuted.  ife insurance. , mr\t\iiwp rroc-  Thc medical  authority of the com-' HUMMING BROS.  "1C'M        .      .  ���������,   ��������� pioneer Soda Water Works.  panv t-urned him down. , riu  "Vihat'������     tlie  matter?'.!  (tcmaiuied J  aletluisclah.   Donjt ^ you consider me  safe? '   '  "'lhe records show that youi fatli-  .1- li\cd only 3C5 years, and the prob-  >.l ility is that you have some hcred-  tary taint.   We can't ado id to \,\\ P  hance.s on you."  Methuselah said nothing. Re merely went ahead ami lived longer than  the insmance company���������Tribune.  Passengers can lea^'0 Victoria daily  at 8 p. m. or 11 p. m.  TIC'KIOTS SOLD TO ALL POINTS  Slimiest unite to Feinic, B. C,  and  ALL KOOTENAY POINTS.  For rates, folders, sleeping car  reservations a't-J "-H information call  on or address  S. G. YERKES K. J. BURNS  G.W.P.A., 75 Government st  Seattle, Wash, Victoria. B.C.  Ladysmith. B-C  I  TWICii A WEEK  \  !  w  ���������  !���������  POST-  INTfiLLIGENCER  Sample Copies Free  Write for One  $2  -0--.1 -.  P-30 i-3.es     .._ '  "i ���������  neva   :;o-.i   nl,"   'milt   ������. -,><'-  *,  "1!   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Shop and residence in rear  of  Ladysmith Hotel.  E. SMITH, Prop  The City Markc  R. Williamson, Prop.,  1st Ave,     Ladysmith  c   __  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rite* f 1 2") iii.d $1.60���������  i, e bu5 to ail steamboat  landis-pe and  railway &*l ote.    Electric ears cvtij Cv������  minutes to ell parte of   the eiiy.   Ba  and table unexcelltd.  F. BAYNFS, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER  B, C.  HlLBERT  All Postmasters WB1 Take  POST-INTELlieENCER CO., Seattle, Wash.  S. P. WESTON, Business Manager.  Public Notiee  Attention is called  to the"     fact that the  Ogiivie Flour mils Co.,   Limited,  makers  of ROYAL  IIOUSEH   OLD   FLOUR,     have for sonic time  past been producing flour in a   vastly   improved  and   purified  form  by  the aid of     ELECTRICITY  and having secured contrel of all the. basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising the public that any unauthorized users of thu electrical flour purifying piooesses will he prosecuted. '  HENRY'S NURSFRiES  NEW CROP-  Home Grown &   Imported  ���������GARDEN,    FIELD      and  FLOWER  SEEDS,  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  RHODODENDRONS, ROSES,  GREENI10LSE AND HARDY  S;.  ���������      PLANTS.  For Spring planting-   Eastern prices  or less.     Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  HOTEL    LELAND-  (T. J. Wellnian, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and rc-modelietj. Hates 52 per  day. Corner *-~>raii\ file and Hastings  streets   Telephone, 1-4,  BARBER    SHOP AND BAT H ROOMS  The   ESPLANADK     bfctween the  Grand and Abbottsforcl,  William Powers, Prop.  F.flcB Young  BARR1STOR and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO, - LADYSMITH  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repaiiing  and  making  to  order   ���������  speciality.  THOflAS  MCE WAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C. ���������  Esquimalt  & Nanaims Raijw^  Time Table Ha. ������4,  TAKING  EFFECT THURSDAY,  API'IL 13, J;05.  Nortlihoiind Southbound Northbound Sat.'Sua. So-athii'd.  Lea-se - Daily Arrive   Leave     and  Wed. Arrive  A.M.    P. M. p. M.     P. M.  0.0012.OC Victoria  /.  10-20 lO.dfJ^Shawnigan Lai,e .  11:00 10 02   Duncaii      Jl:57    U.tO  Ladysmith  ....   .__.....   fj.J5   5.00-  12.dO    S.20f Nanaimo   ".!...  7.37  4.15  12:53 Lv 3.CO   Ai   Wellington    7.52  de  4.00  S.  S.  "JOAN" sails from Nanaim o for     Vancouver   D.iily except Sun.-  day; at 7 00 a.  m.,     returning sails from Vanco'ner     for Nanaimo on arrival of     C. P. R. train No. 1 oi\atl.30 p. in'.  Excursion rates in effect to all p oints,' good going Saturday and Sunday,  returning not  later  than Mondday.  .      ' '��������� GEO. L. COURTNEY.  .   ' Tiaffic Manager.  Victoria    Shawnigan Lake  Duncans      Ladysmith      Nanaimo   Ar.  Wellington  4.80 7.55  5.17 0.4C  5.55  5.55  ' &  r  t  !  THE TYEE COPPER CO, Ltd.  ,__,,Mr_. .  i  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Work:������ at  LADYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  i  ,  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  Genera! Manager.  THOS. KIDDIE.  Smelter Manager, f  ���������s-feeVfer*feft,fe*-������r������������fe������4t^,fe������i,*feft"*fe*������-fe������^  W. SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY IV *  Leave orders at the Abhotsford.' .  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PA810RS  HIGH STREET.        [  ':���������:������������������: Itest in the City .'---������������������j'  .RATES $2.00 PBR I>AY  V\.lPI/i ROOAIiJ  BAR SUr.,l'r,IF.D\vn*HBE!--r  WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ABB0TSF0RD  Beat accomodation in town.   Splendid huntmg and fishing in near vicinity.  A.J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B.C.  ^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������M^;K-������)i(-������H(������;Ho^������^o>K������^  T\CY  --it-  r   OFFICE  and  Yates  St*.,  Ogiivie   Flour   Mills  Company     Limiterl  aro the only millers in  Canada -whose Fit vr  pixrified.by the electric process.  This   Motel   has   hem   completely  renovated.  Board' and Lodging $1.00 per clay.  HOTEL- PRETOR'IK  JOHN   TI1A,  Proprietor  Wines,  Bar  Supplied   with   thc  Best  Liquors and  Cigars.  1st Avenue  :-: Ladysmith B.C.  The Farmer's  Meat Market  A- lew .Ltvpusiu-s   for   the    I-loi.-s-i-  ..uLVtr ai tnis time of the -car:  '   Vva.ll  pat or, from  I'O cents to $1.00  ,.01-  io.I to   brighten-  the  api-carancfc.  of your  rooms,  A tin of Black Enamel to make  your grates and stoves look like  new,   15   cents.  A tin of Varnish Stain to renovate  your furniture for 25 cents; a tin of  Elastic Oak Varnish for your furniture and woodwork, $1.00: a tin ol  Oxidized Enamel, '10 cents, for haths  and sinks���������water has no elj'ect on.it;  a tin of Granitiiic Floor Finish, to  sa\c your oilcloths and linoleums  from wearing; a tin of the Lest ready-mixed paint in Ladysmith, for  $1.75  per gallon.  All  advice cheerfully gi".en at  Painting  and   rarer-Hanging.  Lad-, smith Wall  l'aper Depot.  HARRY KAY  the  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read   via  the  Offl WESTERN  Cor.   Go'cmment  Victoria, B. C*  -   Trains  Transcontinenta1  ��������� Trains. Daily  One of which is the famous "North  Coast Limited," Rule on it always.  Up-to-date Piilln-an and Tourist  slcepeis on all trams. Through tickets issued to all paints East and  South, also Pullman tickets issued  and  berths reserved...  Only direct route to Yellowstone  Park. Cheap rates from all points  East! from Maxell 1st to Mai'y 16th..  Steamship tickets on sale to- all  European points. Very' low rates  now, in effect. Cabin "accommodation  reserved by wire.  For further  particulars call  at the  o'li or phone No. '150.  A. I)-  CAIiLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A.',  '.V.P., General Agent  Portland,  Ore. Victoria, B.C  k  ���������  x  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK  A SPECIALTY.   ..  DAVID JOHNSON  X  X  X  X  ���������.  X  ������  LADYSMITH J  *m������x������x������x������x������x������x������x������x������*������x������*-*^-<^*Ki>^**9X9x������x������x������x*  , PHONE 66  WM. MUNSIE, President  J. W.  TelephoneJ-lG.  COBURN, Man.  Director  Geo. Roberts, j������  Prop   Healers in .....  Pianos and  Organs...  Ladysmith, B. C.  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Pacific  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LINE, THE  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES,  THE  FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN    '  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information *ask your  local agent or write,  P. W. PARKER  General   Agent.  151  Yesler Way,- Seattle.  The Kings Hotel is the only place  in Ladysmith that <aas on draught  John Lahatt's India Pale Ala. Call  around and sample it. i i  THEJONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gootf Table, Good Bed and Good Bai  (Half Block from Depot.)  HIGH STREET, LADYSMITH  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  JOTICE is hereby given that at the  cxt sitling of   lhc   Licensing  Court  be held at Ladysmilh, I intend to  pply for a transfer'- of the retail liquor license. now held hy me for  lhc ' premises . known as the  Central Hotel, . situate on Lot ���������!,  Block 2:i, Ladysinith, B.C., from my-  n If to David II. Davies* and from  Ihe  sa'd   Central   to   the   New    West-  rn   Hotel,   situate  on   Lot  5,   Block  8.   Ladysmith,  B.   C.  FRANK   BARDESONO.  Ladysmith,  B.  C, May 2nd, 1905.  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-Shingles a Specialty.  "- ���������Manufacturers     of���������  Rou������������������ h and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., oLthe Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln  Dried   Flooring     and   Finishing    Lumber  in    Stock.  THE CANADIAN BANK  Paid-up Capital, $8-70d;000 Reserve Fund. $3,500,000  HEAD,OFFICE, TORONTO .  IB. E. WALKER, General Manager:        ALEX. LAIRD, AssUGen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  '      ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :  $5 and under.......... -.'���������    3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10......    6 cents  ������������    $10        " " $30......  10 cents  ii    <*.30        ���������������        ���������'������������.'      $50    15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Pur*t any oflice in C  inula of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking- point:;   >n the United S>tatcS.  HEOOl'lAHLE AT A FIXliD  RATE A     ,  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMAIERC   , LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of rernittin   small sums of money  Xvith safety and at small   ;ost.  LAD^PrJTH BRANCH  W.  A.  CORNWALL.  Manager.  CRYSTAL LAUNDRY  Leave orders with  BLAIR & ADAM.  All work first-class at THE CHRY  STAL,  VICTORIA.  Best accommodation for transient  and permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the har Is up-to-  date. Rates $1.00 a day and upwards.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  Esplanade :-: :���������: :���������: 5���������: Ladysmith  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO. N  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED   AND  FRESH.  BREAD FIVE CENTS PER L0AP  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orden taken lor Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  iMTMiNANO  FARM' PRODUCE  Orders will he delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the lowest possible prices.  Leaye orders at Christie's,  on the  Esplanade.  JAS.  WARNOCK. i. E-Jki������i^^M������������&������ii^2^^  Tiflr-i nr ftAr-\ht~'*ir'* -1  DAILY LEDGER  ��������� ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  +������������������������ ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������  ��������� ���������- ���������  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ��������� *���������   ��������� ���������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  There is No Necessity  wf sending away lor anything    you may require in  Hardware or Garden Tools  We can simply y������������r wants'in all   seasonal*'.** goods such a������ Hoes,  Spades, Shovels, Rakes, Lawu Mowers,  Poultry netting,  Etc.  Prices Always Right  PITT & PETERSON,  Duncan,    B.X.,  Jzoul^alem  Jtotel  DUNCAN  STAGE LEAVES  FOh COWICHAN  LAKE MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY,  AND FRIDAY./   MOUNT.  SICKER  DAILY.  ���������   ������������������   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������� ��������� ������   ���������'���������   ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  ��������� ��������� ���������   ��������� ���������  DUNCAN  ESTABLISHED 8878  and QUArllCHAN  W. P. JAYNES  ^-Importer and Dealer in all kinds of Merchandise���������  AGENTS FOR���������Tke American Cieam   Separator Co, Grant Powder,Co.,  a������d B. ���������. Pottery Company.  Also Manufacturer of all kinds of Feed from Home Grown Products.  PRICE BROS.,  Proprietors,  Quamichan Hotel  ���������o���������  Keast's Livery &  Freighting Stables  Headquarters   for  Tourists and Commercial Men  ���������o���������  '  BOATS ON SOMENOS LAKE.  ��������� Splendid Fishing, Telephone connection.  FRANK CONRUYT, Prop.  Duncans Station.  -H. Keast, Proprietor  Stage leaves Mount Sicker at-7-a.m., "returning, loaves  Duncan  at 1*2:30 p.m.,'daily, except     Sundays.     (Specials at short notice.)  -    X   X " DUNCAN,   B.   C.   X   X  AN EASTER OPENING  FAIR'S  NEW  MILLINERY  f  ROBT. GRASSIE & SON  GENERAL BLACKSMITHS  HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY  STATION STREET,  DUNCAN, B. C.  DUNCAN . L,vfARLVnd STABLES  S. J. Hagan, Manager  OPENED AT DUNCAN  Newest creations  in Millinery. Up-  to-date Uats   Made and Trimmed to  Order at Shortest Possible Notice.  .FLOWERS,      FOILAGE.   All    Ladies ���������   cordial!}      invited    to inspect  AN IDEAL TOURIST AND  HEALTH RESORT  Tourists and  sportsmen  n-ak-  ing this hotel  their headquarters will appreciate the excellent cuisine and service.  Electric light is fitted through  out.    There is a good   supply  of water.     No mosquitos.  SHAWNIGAN LAKE .B.C.I  ���������f    Freighting a Specialty   +  PRICES hoDERATE  FIRST-CLASS  TURNOUTS     OF    RIGS,    HARNESS,   MORSES.  DUNC AN.I.  Yeur patronage solicited  B. C.  * v-'iTelc-phorie  in  Connection.  ���������f  X  R.B.AND!  HIGH GRADE BICYCLES  BICYCLE AND GUN REPAIRING.     ACETYLENE GAS  FIXTURES AND GENERAL METAL WORKING  FiHi linesr WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY REPAIRED.  SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED.  H  I    Oddfellows Block    ���������    ���������    ���������      ���������  ���������    ��������� Duncanv, B.C.  ���������r  x  ���������**  a  il  X^X - " ^f^K-^-^l^^^l^^f-Tir^-  Pharmacist  WHITTOME  FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION LANDS IN MANITOBA THE NORTHWEST  TERi  RITORIES     AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre lor soft coal and $20  lor anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate  ol ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds  shall be collected on the gross output.  Quartz���������Persons qf eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free mini's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advance  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company,according  to  capitalt/  A  free     miner,  having  discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  jame with  two legal posts, bearing  location notices, one at each end   on  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen     days if located within    ten  miles of a mining recorder's office, one  additional  day allowed for every additional ten  miles  or fraction.   The  When $500 has been expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey madc, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase the land  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister ol" thc Interior to locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  Thc patent for a mining location  shall provide for the pay men t of a  Royalty of 2A per cent, of thc sales  of the products of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and  the  N.W.T.,  excepting the  Yukon Territory���������Placer  mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square,      entry fee?;"), renewable yearly. On the North Saskat  ������hewan  River claims are either har  or  bench,  the  former  being 100    feet  long and extending between high and  low. water mark.  The  latter jncludes  bar diggings, but extends hack to the  base of the hill or hank, hut not   ex  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and thc N.W.T., excepting the Yukon  Territory���������A free miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable in  the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed     or bars of the river  below low waier marK, and subject  to the rights of all persons who have,  or who may receive, entries lor bar  diggings or  bench claims, except on  the Saskatchewan   River,   where  the  lessee may drc^de to high water mark  on each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five uiiles,  but where a person or company has  obtained more than one lease one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction is sufficient. Rental, JJ10 per  annum for each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate of 2* per cent,  collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term ol  twenty years, also renewable.  Thc l������ssec-s right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark,_ that boundary to be fixed by its position on the  lstday of August in the year of the  the date of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two years Irom the  date ol the lease, and one dredge for  each Cive miles within six years from  6uch date. Rental, $100 per mile for  [first year and $10 per mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty,, same  as placer mining.    -1  Placer Mining in the Yukon Territory���������Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  e������gth, measured on the base line or  general direction of the creek or gulch  the width" being from 1,000 to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250. feet square.  Claims are marked bj/_ two legal  posts, one "at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining Recorder's office. One extra day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.  Thc person or company staking a  claim must hald a free miner's ossificate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled, to a claim of 1,000 feet in  length, and if the" party consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no royalty shall be  chargen, the rest of the party ordinary claims only.  Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at lhe rate  of two and one-half per cent, on the  alue of the gold shipped from     the  jfukon Territory to be paid to    the  Comptroller. ���������  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one mining claim     on  eaeh separate river, creek or' gulch,-  but the same miner may bold     any  number of claims by purchase,     anil  free miners may work their claims in  partnership by filing notice and paying a fee of $2.00.    A claim may    be  abandoned and another obtained    on  the same creek, gulch or river by giving notice and paying a fee.  Work must  be done on a claim each  year to the vulue of at least $200.  A certificate that work has      been  done must be cvitwined each year;    if  not, thc claim iIaII be deemed to   be  abandoned,  and    open to occupation  and entry by a Tree ~miner.  The boundaries of a claim may   be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made  and publishing notices  in   the  Yukon official Gazette.  Petroleum���������All unappropriated Dominion lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within the Yukon Territory, are open to prospecting for petroleum, and the Minister  may reserve for an individual or company having machinery on the land  to be prospected, an area, of 1920 acres for such period as he may decide,  thc length of width shall not excee-  time times the breadth.  Should the prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly establish such discovery,; an area  not exceeding 640 acres, including the  oil well will be sold to the prospector at the rate of $1.00 per acre and  the remainder of the tract reserved  namely, 1,280 acres will be sold  at- the rate of three dollars ' an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate  as may be specified by order-in-coun-  cil.  JAS.. A. SMART.  Deputy Minister of tho Interior.  Department  of the Interior,  ������������������.  I'AHT IIIS-frORY  I fc������e*������*^***&*#������***A&42:C"������********������*4(->.**#!****A*t  These days when we read o������ hat-  tics and campaigns where a million  men are engaged and ,200,000 lost in  a single battle it is instructive to  recall some of Napoleonjs campaigns  The following is from -Victor'.Hugo's,  description of the ha ttle of Waterloo: ��������� ..-,���������.���������'  "If it.had not rained the night between the 17tlif and 18th'of June,  .1815, the future of Europe would  have been changed. Certain drops ot  water, more or less, overthrew Napoleon. In order that'Waterloo set  an end to 'Austeili'tz providence needed only a little rain; a cloud crossing the sky out of season sufficed  for the downfall, of a world. The  battle of Waterloo���������and this gave]  Blucher lime to arrive��������� could not  commence until half-past eleven.  WJZl. .'teeausc the earth, was soaked.  It was necessary to wait until it  grew a little, firmer before the artillery could manoeuvcr. Napoleon was  an^officer of artillery and he showed  the effects of it. .There 'was some-  th'ng of the shooting gallery in his  genius. To hammer to pieces the  squares, to pulverize regiments, to  break lines, to grind up and scatter masses���������his way tit doing this  was     to pound,     pound,.-.pound,, un-  Union  Co  <������  i  '���������l  NANAIMO,   B. C.  flanufacturers of the  BEST   BEER  j In British Columbia  #    Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed  Brewed  j$N       from the Best Canadian Malt Run Hops I  ��������������� {?  ii  LEDONIAN"  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At     least  $100 must be expended 'ceeding 1,000 feet.   Wheie steam pow-  on the   claim     each year or paid to  er is used, claims 200 feet wide may j v  the mining  recorder in lieu  thereof, be obtained *  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  -:o:-  te-.  R. P. RITHET,  cea's-iiigly- he confided this business lo  the cannon ball, a ghastly method  which joined to his genius for fifteen  years kept this sombre pugilist, of  war invincible The 18 th of "June,  1815, he counted more than ever on  the artillery, since numbers'were in  his favor. -Wellington': hud only his  15!) cannon; Napoleon had 210.     .  If the ground had been dry and the  artillery     able  to     roll,  the action  would have   commenced at six in the  morning, and-  the battle would have  acen gained and ended at two o/clock  three Jiburs before the Prussian catastrophe.   How    much ..to'blame-was  Napoleon for the loss of this battle?'  Is the shipwreck to be blamed on the  pilot? -Was the accident physical ric-  cline of Napoleon complicated at this  time by a   certain 'inward weakness?  These.twenty years of war, had they  used'up     the sword     as well as the  sheath, the soul as well as the body?  Had   Napoleon     lost the instinct of  Victory? Was     he.seized with a supreme . folly a,t the age of forty-six?  Was this Titanic charioteer of, destiny no more than a great breakneck?  We do not     at all believe this. His  plan of  battle  was,  by.general  con-  fession,_a masterpiece: to go straight  to the centre,    of the allies;���������' to make  an'opening in the enemy; to cut him  in two     and push the -British half on  if a I and  the     Prussian half on Ton-  gres;    to shatter .Wellington and Blucher; to    carry     Mont St. Jean; to  hurl the   German into the Rhine and  the 'Englishman into the sea���������all that  was Napoleon's   plan iii this engage--  mciit.  * What we admire most of all in a  contest like that of Waterloo is the  prodigious skill of chance; that night  rain, that wall of liougomont, that  sunken road of Ohain, Grouchy deaf  so the cannon, Napoleon's guide who  deceives him, Billow's guide who en-"  lightens him���������the whole cataclysm  w������\S marvellously managed. On the  w'holc we say. that Waterloo was  more of a massacre than a, battle.  Waterloo is, of all set battles, the  one that has the smallest front for  the number or combatants' Napoleon  a mile and three-quarters, Wellington  a mile���������and that with seventy-two  thousand combatants on each' side.  From that destiny u-ose the carnage.  The field of Waterloo has today the  calm which belongs to the soil, the  impassive support of man-, and it resembles all plains. Hut at night a  kind of visionary haze detaches itself  and if perchance a traveller saunter  there, if he look, if he listen, if he  dream like Virgil in the funereal  plains of Philippi, an hallucination  of the disaster possesses him. The  terrifying 18th of Juno iues again;  the false hill built as a monument  is effaced, and the Hon somehow vanishes; the field of battle resumes its  reality; lines of infantry undulate  the plain; furious gallops cross thc  horizon; the awestruck dreamer sees  the flash of sabres, thc glint of bay-  onety, the flare of shell, the monstrous interlacing of thunders; he  hears like a rattle iu the dejUhs of a  tomb the vague clamor of phantom  battle. These shadows., they arc gren  adiers; these glimmers, they are cuir-  rassiers; that skeleton is Napoleon;  that other- skeleton Wellington. All  this is no more, and yet it moves, it  fights. The ravines tolvc themselves  in purple, and the trees shiver; there  is a fury even in the clouds, and, in  the gloom, all those savage height.*-.,  Mont. St. Jean, T-Iougomont, Fris-  chenront, Paoclotle, Plandicno't,  rise, in confusion, crowned with whirl  winds     of     sin sis,  warring    (o the  death."   .r.   Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short  notice.   Drill Sharpened by us always gives satisfaction.  Picks handl ed and repaired.  Shipsmittiing    in  aV     its    ^ranhee.  Horseshoers and Genera! BJacksmitns.  David Murray  Buller Street   -    -    -   -   Ladysmith.B   C  WE   NEVER   SLEEP  BUT ARE  ALWAYS ON THE LO OKOUT FOR THE BEST MEATS  IN THE MARK ETS.  WE ARE NOW BRINGING OUR CATTLE FROM EAST OF THE RO  OKIES, YOU WILL GET THE BEST W YOU BUY FROM US.  PANIMELL   &   PLASEKTT  STFVEN5 BLOCK,  r ++++���������+������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  f x  GAT/.CR13 iJ-LJ^T-  .ADYSJIITH, B ri  LAC /SMITH TRANSFER CO. ^ j  PIANOS,  ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A  ND SAFELY.  StaWes in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Ab'bots ford.  I  Leave orders at   the  *  +  %  %  *  *  *  *  WILLIAMS AND WASXt"  .4*4*4-*-4-f-4-4--f44*4->*4-f++-c"*+^^  5aESi"SE3^S^.3--aflS*- " ~~  Last -creek w i fa}bed abou "  Wall Coverings, now it's  Floor Coverings  If any of your rooms need a  nsw one write for sample's-1 of  our large range of new patterns  Linoleums  one, two, three and four   yards  wide ->^3  40. 50. 60. 75c yd  Good  wearing  qualities  pleas ins*,  patterns.  This is the season for  Mattings  Wc are well prepared for a big demand with  excellent range of designs  in reliable giadcs  at 15c. 20c. 25c. ya~d  Weller Bros.,  VICTORIA,   B.C  mmmmm  wr t i rwr-r i- n m'y iii "T   "TTirrnPiWiifiirw  To Make Hard Titles Good  and Guod Times    Better;  BuyYour Meats From  HZ W  HE A THAR If r<r  NEXT DOOR TO THOMSON'S HAUDWWARE STORL.  WE CAN SATISFY YOU  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  A husband, charged in a New York  court with abandonius his wife, vain-  <g������  CO..   Ltd.   *-r Plea(**-1* tnat s],e ���������ifS-ccl*"*! h.ini lo  look after her thirty eats. P.ofori*  marriage, she retorted, she had fifty  rnTC ������������������..) surrendered twenty of ihoni  to please her husband.  NOTICE is hereby given th.it at the  next sitting of the Licensing Court  1u he held at Ladysmith, I intend lo  apply for a transfer of thc retail liquor license now held by me  for the premises known as the  Kings Hotel situate -on Lot 1, Hlock  97, Ladysmith, B. C, from myself  to  Palmyr Tassin.  WILLTAM  JOSEPH.  By his duly authorized agent,  HENRY   REIFEL.  Ladysmith, B.  C,  May  2nd,  1905.  Pacific Coast   Agency.  ICTORIA, :���������: :-: ���������-: ;-:  B.C.  ;    Ladysmith   Temple No.  5  Rathhone  ; Sisters meets  in the Oddfellow's hall  2nd and <th Tuesday at 7.30 p. ni.  Mrs. Kate Tate, secretary.  H. O. MILES  Contractor and Btrifder  REPAIRING  of  all  kinds  promptly  attended to.    Shop on Gataare    *t.  Solicitor,  Etc.  to    Loan  ist Avenue    -    -      -LADYSMITH  v> r  m  i'i'l  I.  y,  is? i  I  <:  '"-I  n  i  4  '"'11  ��������� - '.'ftii  \. - 1*1 ^  c*  THE     )   ALLY     LEDGER  LOCAL ITEMS  The English Derby Sweep closes on  Saturday, the 27th. Tickets $1.00 at  Stewart's.  WANTED���������An   experienced   Waitress  for the Shawni'gan Lake Hotel.  Apply MRS. A- KOENIO, ..  . Shawnigan.  Constable Cassidy arrested two Si-  washes yesterday for having whiskey  in- their possession, also a chinaman,  whom the Indians say sold it to  them. Their trial is progressing mis  afleinof.n before Magistrate Thompson.  Pio.-iiic.ia! OlUcer Ilalhed, of Chemainus, was in the city yesterday,  looking for lhe Bo'sun of the ship  Cedarhank, now lying at Chemainus.  The bo'sun look a short leave with  one of thc ship's -boats, and .neither  boat nor man has been found. The  sailor is' supposed lo ha\e gone lo  Vancouver on lhc Transfer last  nii-lit.  VICTORIA DAY  Celebration  NANAIMO, 1905  Baseball,    Football,  Basketball,  Hi   0     Shoot, __   Gun Shoot,      Athlili-:  Sports,  Regatta,  ChiUiiens'  Singing, to clo*e with a grand  Display of Fireworks  The License tcansfer business is  raising some new kjiicstions which  very likely lhe courts will have lo  adjudicate.  ONE  BIG DAY'S SPORT|  No idle moments  starts at ten o'cl ckin the morning and continues until ten o'clock at night  A Splendid Day  1  Harry Ilelmcken, who is acting prosecuting attorney for ihc  Nanaimo assizes .spent Saturday  night in town, met and conferred  with witnessesi for the  Crown, etc.  R. Hay ward, repiesenting the well  ���������known firm of J. Piercy/& Co., is in  1c*a today. Mr. Hay ward reports  trade in general as very good and ;s  certainly a decided improvement over the times of a year ago.  THE FIELD SPORTS WILL  DE HELD ON  THE CRICKET GROUND  IN  THE   AFTERNOON,   COMMENC INC  AT 1.30 O'CLOCK.  ONLY  ONE  ADMISSION, j25 CENTS, TO TUB CRICKET FIELD.   EVERYTHING   ELSE  FREE.  txcursion Kates From all Po'nts  ,     A   C.OOD   SHOWING.  Durirog  the  month  of  April       '.he  Tyee Smelter ran   lfi days, smelling  3,82'1  tons  of Tyee ore,  giving a ic-  tiirn,   after  deducting   freight       and  smelter charges,   of -f 17 106.  SACKED  COAL  READY.  Then- is now n-ady for shipping  30,00(1 sacks of coal for the upper  country. The cjjjrfal has been sacked  hy Chinamen during thc past week  or  two.  Donjt foi get  Knight's  is open from  12 to  1  c-ery  Sunday  so you  may  get -lhe Sunday Colonist.  MARINE.  The ship  Snow  & -Burgess  is  due  here  to  load sacked coal for Nome.  The company,      it is understood, is  making  arrang-ements   to charter    n-  other boat foi Ihis ���������purpose also.  ���������   ���������   ���������  TIH1  RAN  ASHORE.  The fug Hilda ran ashore in .lie  harbor 011 .Saturday night. The *ap-  tain, alter bunging ihe boat inside,  retired for the night. He was \i-l-  detiiy awakened by a crash, and > u-  011 investigating, found that the fug  had run on the rocks between thc  Islands at the'opposite side of the  hay. 'lhe force of the collision made  a hole oLcoiisiclcra<h|le size in the'how  of the boat, and it wa.s ''necessary to  beach her -U'-' repairs. This was done  yesterday without much difficulty,  and this moa*ning the tug left, for the  mainl-uid. The captain accounts for  lhe' disaster hy concluding that the  man  left     at   the  wheel  fell  asleep.  Dental work will be promptly and  carefully looked after af Ik. R. B.  flier's oflice, on  High Street,   where  DUNCANS.  This   (Monday)  evening   a committee consisting |of Messrs. Davie, Dou-  gall,   .Lines,   Castley,   Price,   Keast,  Lorna.*-,   (Jrassie,   Duncan,   Noicro*--*,  Pill,   Licl.'ic,   Ca'ni|.-l������ll   and  Dc-wyer  are  to meet at the council chambers  to ariange for an Old  Settlers'   picnic and  reunion for  thc. 2ith inst.  The   Cowichan  Ccv.incil   are calling  foi-  ie: .h-rs 101  domt*   work on     the  muu'ci.al   roads.    Specifications   arc  po-.tod in the bulletin boards.  The water works company are '.���������ounce'.in t up the ���������houses with fire street  water mains.  . A ceo ul ing lo the Colonist, the jp-  eia ''King of Siam," iwhich has been  gi - 11 with such marked srer-ess at  the e-ipilal by Victoria .am.iteuis, is  to l.e put on at the Duncans opcia  house on Saturday next. The Victoria papers (iescrMe 1he pelfoiniance  as   he'ii*; most creditable.  WOMAN HERMIT.  1 01 ncaily two j ears --.woman named  Alice ('.race has been 1 ving out of  do i.s  in the beautiful Coxhench  Yal-  .ey,  al>out four miles north ol   Derby,  s ,ys a London   Exchange.   She occult d  a     small     triangular    stiip of  ���������vstcland,  about four yards  wide at  e base and    some twenty reel long,  ihe far side     was fenced hy a thorn  hedge, the base by fcoine outbuildings  of the adjacent     houses,   and at (lie  other side of the tr angle is a small  c'uuiiii 1  down which runs  p'.re   water  from   a     iicighl.oriivg    spring.   Here,  suls'sting on     the charity of neighbors,, "Old     Alice" as she is called,  has  been  living peacefully  without a  roof over her head,  during two summers,  two     winters,    and the intervening     seasons.   Her  belongings  on  thi-?. litt'e    ph-t of turf ���������consisted of  an iron bedstead, with some old bed  el.ng, coking utensils, two buckets  end a -aLanized iron bowl. All.the  thin.s were 01.cn to lhc sky, but in  three strong wooden chests she had  spare clothing, and such items as she  wi .l-.c.l to protect from exposure.  Several common tea or sugar boxes,  set veil to hold odds and ends, but"  what she valued greatly was" a bacon  box, inside which she crouched for  shelter (hiring wet weather. Of  j course she paid no lCil, ai.d lor a  lime there appeared to be a doubt as  to whether her, camping ground was  ���������comntoii land or private property,  but latterly someone has laid claim  to it, and as a result 'fold Alice"  las received a visit from the police,  who announced that if she did not  rcmo* e her goods within three days  wo-.'Id be locked up. The lady lost no  tine in ta'-.ing the hint. She borrowed a-wheelbarrow and removed her  impedimenta in instalments to a discs, d stone quarry at Little Eaton,  adjacent to the main road, and a.Wom  a third of a hiile nearer Derby'than  her ( I I havnt. Tin's task occupied  her frim seven o'clock until' mid-  i:iu.hl, ;f not later, and even then all  tr.cy would he confiscated and she  1 er valuables had not'been transferred. At the same time, at her  new camp in the quarry, thc woman  was receiving admiring crowds of editors, who alternately condoled with  ���������md chaffed her. She sat with the  utmost nonchalence on a bundle of  old garments, warming herself at, a  wood fire in a perforated bucket,  which, she kept replenished from a  stock of dead branches.' .About her  were'placed the three wooden chests;  the ledding, a coffee pot, saucepan,  frying pan, luickcts, -washing.'bowl etc.  .Alice was ��������� abiindantl>i.clad in a -hlu'e  i;crgc'drcs, over which was a thick,  h-'aclc c-at and above that a drab  iac' c!. She wore a. shapeless black  soft felt hat, without any trimming,  Are You Interested?  he .may  l.e found  at any   n   time.  AT- THE   ABDOTSEORIL  ���������" T.  B. Buchanan, Vancouver.  R. Hay ward, Victoria.  I. .Fife, Montreal.  A.  G. Smith,  Vancouver.  in  Besutiful  Floral and Tile  Effects  65c. sq. yard  Ask to see our  remnants of oilcloths and linoleums.  DRYSDaiS-STB'EiSOl  Go.   Ladysmith  THE  CHICAGO  STRIKE.  in    discus ,ing  lhc      Chicago  st 1 ihc  fl.'iv Suiiilennaii    , hr-s clown the fun-  dan.e.lj.1      proposition     that     "One  % j nun's  absolute rights end  wln'ic an-  .othei's begin."   Absolute     right  applied  to  the '    Chicago strike  or any  other strike,    or to anything else for  that matter,  is a very limited right.  The t\\c;ity-li\c garment* workers had  a right to    strike, the teamsters had  a  right  to     strike in sympathy  too;  and all the rest, oi the -,-nioii labor in  Chit-ago had a light to strike in sympathy,but, when  the garment workers  quit their jobs,     when the teamsters  left  their tennis,     they had no more  right whatever on the premises. Tlic  mere act of striking terminated their  lights, the other man's rights began.  This \iew .of tlie matter mav seem  n  iiiisyiiipali'.ictic, hut it is not. Tt is  (he \ic\v that must be taken by every friend of labor, and every work-,  j ing man, if labor organizations are  l to be si cccssful, and if strikes arc  to bo free of .violence. It is the view  (hat must be taken by laboring men  because it is the legal view, the logic. 1 vit'w, thc ultimate \icw to le  taken by e\ciybody after any controversy has been diusted of its conditions and eiicuinstauccs and technicalities. It is the only view permitting imnai Lial judgment; the only or.e view which holds out. any  guarantee of justice to labor itself.  If ihe garment workcis and team-  steis of C'hicao'o had recognized ihe  fact 1hat their right to their ji-bs  em!cd\ whin they emit I hem, Vr.ey  wouli] not have engaged in the. violence which cha,racteri'/tvl the strike  ag  in that city, because they wou'.'d h.ive  MiEgie^i-*ffi������^^  Water  six turn-  Consisting of Jug  biers and , tray-pretty   de  signs-assorted patterns-  No two alike.    /  $1.75 Per Set  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  GAT ACRE ST.  m  LABY3MITH ���������  irc-ci  Black  Cat shoe dressing  that  1  r  dces not crack or ruin the leather,  1 Oc. Tin  -Tan  Fibre Dressing.  25c,   Bot'Ie  Liquid  Shoe Dressing for    the"  ���������ogni/.cd the Tact that   they had  no  cause Tor \ioKncc.   Of course,  this is  3  rroTn thc    legal standpoint, not from  3  the moral.    And  yet utile.--.*, the !eg-il  sj,l)h.ise  of  a controversy   or  any other  I1 cm he correct;    the moral side r.f it  Sq cannot l*c     right,    for law is morals  -f 1 educed to a code.   And it is because  the legal side is     not right thai thc  moral sHo    is  not  right; also   .-iiilic  *������  SMiinalhv has     been sacrificed to the  -*-i ���������  "3 c>*t"nt thai      cm.ployer.**     in    'hicago  3   now drre  to     do  things ���������   that they  would not have    da red to do had the  sirikcrs pursued  the pioper eouise.  fine shoes,  25 c.  Bottle  I Gel. \o'ir Sundnv Examiner, N.Y.  '.Tnurtinl nnd World every week r.t  Knight's Dock ^Storc.  Dr.  R.   !'.  Dicr's dental oflice,  Ili&h Street,   is again oj*en and  $  doctor     may be found there at  ������  time  hereafter.  on  the  any  A scribbler given  away    with  every  tin of  Black  Cal"    Shoe  .Dressing.  Uil Ai  I       TRANSFER  OF  I.lCENSIO.  NO TICK.is hereby given thai at Uio  ��������� next silling of lhe Licensing Co*n*t  U to lie held at Ladysmiih, I intend to  H apply for a traii'-sfer of the retail li-  tjjj quur license now held l>y me for the  K piemises known as Ihe Island Home  "4 Hot:-!,  situate  01,   lot   M,   Block   20,  Lad>smith,    B.     ('.,  nom myself  fo  Agnes Knight. ���������  II.   L.   BATES.  Ladysmith, ' I.L   C, Way  12,  1905.  FIRST AVE..&'  ROBERTS ST I  W, G. Fraser  MerchantTailort '  (1st Avenue)  Spring Stock on hand, Ca!l esiiy and  get your choice.  s.  means  SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT  Our  Spring  f*tock  has  just  arrived,   arid  now  is  a good   time to    paint.  Covers  more and lasts longer   thairany-other Paint on  the market.  LADYSMITH HARDWARE' CO., Ltd  H^ef-M-1  TENDERS:  REPORTED   BY   WIRELESS.  New   York,   May   13.���������The  steamir  St.   Louis  from   Southampton     was  reported  by wireless   telegraphy from  Siassconsel   at   7..'if)   a.m.   when    ���������.*%'-  eral   miles  east   of   Nantucket,  light,  ship.    The. steamer Ccdrie from    .iv-  crponl      was   reported     by   wireless  telegraph  from   Siassconsel,  at   10  a.  m.,  when   ir> miles east  of the Nantucket lightship.    Both  steamers will  probably      deck .about eight, o'clock  tomorrow morning.   . *   Sec the notice in another column,  of the prices that will prevail at thc  flrand Hotel beginning with to-morrow, and bear in mind that the terms  read cash.  NEW POTATOES  NEW  "EARLY"   CABBAGE  "THP'E TOMATOES  RADISHES  GREEN  ONIONS  CAULIFLOWER  We  have  them   and   are   receiving-       FRESH STOCK'every few'.days..  W. T.HEDDLE   CO.  Williams Block  .Liaaysnuutii  Particular Grocers.  Telephone  1  TENDERS  will  be received  up     to  and including May 13th at 81-i Yates  street,"-Victoria,   B.C.,   for   painting  Chemainus   General Hospital.   Plans  arid  specifications  may  be seen     fit  the hospital, Chemainus.  Wm.  LANG,  Contractor,  Victoria,  B.C.  Ladysmith Boat Doiidinf  tshment  All work guaranteed and at reasonable prices at Dr. R. IV Dicr's office  on   I!i--h  Street.  Patents  Tlic new barber at Winston's shaving  emporium,   High  street,  is  said  1o he a very clever man with the razor���������a   trial   will   convince.  -y������ *���������   .   v   .���������r���������r-*������  DESIGNS  TRADE-MAhKS  AND COPYRIGHTS  OBTAINED  ��������� ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY T  ��������� Notice in "Inventive Age"  ��������� Book "How to obtain Patents"  ' Cliarges moderate.. Ko fee till patent i3 seetire'3.  f        LcttPr3 strictly confi;lenti:il.   Address,  { V.. G. SIG6EHS. Patent Lawyer. Wastiington, D. V  f^m^*4^k&s*mM3*&&&,  rr^^^aVa^w.^\������^mM^^j^V'.  HAVE YOU SEEN  Those Shfrts, Nobby Ties and Fancy Vests?  Up to ihe Minute in Style and Coloring.  At Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  ly  grey,  a superior east,  ������������������cry  ���������WILLIAMS   BLOCK.      ���������   ���������   ���������  ���������  ���������  TELEPHONE  6-7  n  which was pulled ..well over her hair,  but.under it could* be seen .wisps of  black hair turning slightK  Her features are of  she has an aoquilinc nose and a  clear though pallid complexion.(She  is but forty years of age and the dul-  iiess of her dark'-.eyes coincides sadly with tlhe weakness of her intellect.  It is doubtful whether Alice will be  allowed to remain on the ,new eite  ���������she has chosen. It, seems popularity  has been her undoing. So long as  her squatting in an obscure byway  vvas unkiiovvii save (0 her ncighhorn  no one tihought of interferiiig -with  her. lUiL recently she was discovered and photographed, and has since  figured as a romantic heroine on "a  great number of picture postcards.'  Crowds of visitors thereupon called  at her camp in Whitaker lane, and ,  most of them gave her small sums of (  mc ney. It . is 1-nown that on a recent Sunday she received coins, to the  value of ������2 in this way, hut no ow>  is aware what she does with the 10on  ev. 1  Launch and Pleasure Boats of all  descriptions for Hire. Boats built  to order and Repaired. Spoon 1 oars a  Speciality.  HARRUP  AND IIAYEDN.  l'.OAT      BUILDERS.  TRANSFER OF LICENSE  'Notice is hereby given that at the  next sitting of the Uoe-n.s.iig Court  to be held at Ladysmith, 1 intend to  make application for a transfer-'of  the retail-liquor license now held by  mc for the premises known as.the 'Pilot Hotel, situate on Lot !), block  J2G Ladysmith, B. C,. from myself to J".  B. Thomas.  GEORGE  HANNAY.  Ladysmith,  B.C.,  13th May, l'JOo.  Dr." R. B. Dier is again ha.ck and  h'.s ollice will he opened' regularly  here after.  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next sitting of the Licensing Court  to hc held at Ladysmith; I intend to.  apply for a transfer of the.retail liquor license new held by mc for tho  premises known, as the Central Hotel, situate on Lot 1, Block 2D, Ladysmith, B.C., from myself lo Joseph' 1'ellig.riiilli Aid from Central  Hotel to premises to be erected on  lot   1.S, Block 28. 1  FRANK   BARDESONO.  Ladysmith,  B.C., May  Li, IDOfi.  Charlie    Dunn  iiCorrip-oriy  MERCHANT TAILORS  NEW    SPRING   AND  SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVED.  Charles Ih-nn, of the above, firm, v isits Ladysmith every Sunday for the  purpose, of-taking  measurements  and     seeing custOmcns    personally.   May  be seen'at the Hotels.     We guarantee -all.r stock and a perfect -fit' at: tho  lowest, possible rates.   Suits from     $15.00"up.   Pants  from $d.00 up. All  ���������fand-made. tl ��������������� :       ��������� .  .. -��������� -  REALESmTE:  HRE, LJFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  : REIT'S>:".-��������������������������� COLLKCTED  DEEDS,   WILLS,   MORTGAGES,   C ONTRACTS     AND.  AGREEMENTS  DRAWN.  V  JOHN STEWART  CONVEYANCING  p. a box 268  NOTARY   PUiil.iC.  ������SS������2SS;������SgSS2E3  USE  Stand a gocd chance to win a  *a ���������?*���������  Every 25  cent purchase of     While Swi 11   Soap entitles  you   to   a   |  chance in the drawing for ''his    high   grade   Berliner  Crani-o-Phoiie.  BARdAINS'--'  . " )'  In-ALL ������.!���������������������������3 |  OFGOOBSCAE- $  SIEBBYUS i>j  WATCHES, CLOCKS. BIKGS, JEWJSrXB/jr.SSL  VERWARE, FANCY GOODS OFAIL KINDS  ^^^'^^"^n>^^i""r"w"^"^^"^^^"'^"^^^r���������^���������^^^Mi���������^ ������������������iiiiiw    1   111   iiwiwii   !!������������������ iiiikk 1 mil  . i imm    -| nirfi-m���������'fi���������'Tfi"rnwi  B.FORCIMriER   .  WATCHA1AKEI?TJGVVELE������,   OPTICIAN  First Avenue,    X   XX      Ladysmith,   B. C  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed, and at reason-  Fresh  able rates.  High St.  Ladysmith]  Iff'*.75f*   P| s g-TT-rst-y  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  1st   Ivenue,   - - r  La.dysmith  ���������-.<<  i  i  4  1 'i  r'i

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