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Array ^Ss^^g^Y^j^i^^^^.iiis^^t^-.^'-., j...h''L.v:^ilSCT,s^'-,.^  X<-  ^  ^.  ���������*H>***^*-M^-*^^^^  t DUNCANS &  LAD5YHITH  4-  i 1>aily Ledger  I LA DY5MITH ^������sf: ?- ������-  & DUNCANS  4>  f  -k^m^m^hs*- ^J���������^^-^**J*���������-^^^-^^������^^4������������������*^���������i^H"H*<K���������  VOL. 2,  FRIDAY, WAY 12,  1905  PRICE FIVE CENTS  [EVERYTHING IN  GRAND SHAPE  |C. W. Speers, of Winnipeg, Pre*  dtcts Splendid Wheat Crop  This Season,  ���������peaks of South Saskatchewan asj  a Magnificent Wheat  Country,  J WEARY WOMAN TRAV-  E L L E R  Mrs.    Norrington     Must  Again Begin her  Travels  It Is a Strange   Case and  is Certainly  Unjust  DEATH ILL  n  III ARCTIC tMl I!  REPORTED  founded. .   There  is  one  magnificent    tish  ambassador iu-s  decided       1ha,Ti  qiiiiJ Brans",  of New York (who"has  wheat country in the west that  '.as (Mrs. Norrington     is not entitled io 'been fined  $10 on charges that      he  not yet received its due share of ixt- . land  in British possessions.'      It    is ' threatened   a police   department    de-  Winnipeg, Man., May 12.���������C. \V. cut time the grain is about six inch-  iSpeers,.. Dominion government imreji- os in height'and forms a dense carpet)  Lration inspector, was in the city on the fields. With a reasonable am-  Jr   '     ,        ,, . .,   .     .,   ,���������   .     ount of rain  during  the  halance of  [yesterday  after  a visit  to  the west. ������    > ,",   ,���������������������������,,.���������  ���������,.   '  r ' the    season-a record   breaking  ciop.  Illc says that everything is movingym Jwill proVe Ul0 optimistic estimates  brand     shape throughout  the whole -formed'in  this district .to be    well  ivest and     that the absei*ce/of rain  [early in the season has made it possible for the new arrivals to get located-on-their land  with  much less  hiscomfort .than was experienced last  Reason.       A  great amount of work  lias been done this  spring and there  fvill he a marked increase in the amount  of newly  broken  ground.���������    The  ,:ountry to the east and west of the  'rince   Albert  branch  and  north    of  [.lie C.P.R. main line as far west a*s  Lledicinc Hat is getting the greatest  Iiercentage increase of-.arrivals in AI-  perta,' more especially' north of Oal-  jary.   This wa.s to tie .expected, how-  *.ver, as-there is not so much available wheat land there as in,the districts > further east.   To the west the  Expansion is checked'by the foothills  j    Mrs.   Margaret     Norrington     will  commence her sea  travel  ag-ni! m  a  few days, for the United States g���������v-  ernmcrit has ordered  that slit; Ijl de-  p.rieil  to Australia.    The  immigra.-  tion officials at  San  Francis.;.:- have  teen  ordered  to  deport her  lo     ihc  Antipodes at the expense of dr.   United  States government,    ".'he    ..nation now arises whether she will   be  permitted to land by"the immigration  officials of  Australia.    According to  advices  from  Washington,   the     Uri-  Snydcr, Okla., May 12.���������It is estimated that the total loss of life  caused by the tornado of Wednesday  night will be somewhat in excess of  100 persons; Those who have investigated maintain that the property  loss will not be less than half a million hollars.  Ninety-five     bodies  of  Wednesday  night's  tornado  have been  found  up  to noon  today.  At that time 25 persons were si ill   missing and the    'st  of seriously injured numbered 115, of  whom 25  were believed to be fatally  hurt.    Twenty-live  or  thirty  others  were     slightly  hurt.    The  financial  loss  is  estimated   at  half a million  dollars.  It is   Claimed   the   long  Sought Passage is  Found  Where for 4O0 years Explorers Have trie j to  get. Through  OFFICIAL   FINED   $10.00  Bulla    Pest,     May 12.���������American  Special Immigration Inspector Mar  ten ti on, Mr. Speers saw!, and then  went on to explain his meaning. He  referred lo the country lying north  and south portion of Saskatchewan,  wheie there arc millions of acres  which have no.t yet been touched owing to its distance from railways.  North of'the'-main line of the C.P.  K.  and the South Saskatchewan irei  .claimed that she landed at San I-'ran-   tective  whom  he  alleged  was  tam-  cisoc in a row-boat without authority 'poring'with his  mail) declares     the  and went thence to Victoria on    the   police stories  against him  in lluii-  Steamer Senator.     She landed   here  garyware ficticious.   He has reported  ok a Sunday evening-,' and was  found ' the incident  to the authorities      at  wandering the streets by the   police, I Washington     through  the  American  ���������whom she told she had     a daughter J Ambassador.  married     to a      carpenter     named  . .        .. ...    . A1     , Barnes, living in this city, but   they  a number of sandhills known as the    -   -,  ������������������,���������,     c, , ,       .  ���������   ��������� ... .   ,.  y,, ,      ' ������������������ .      .     .   had moved.    She was taken to      the  Badlulls   and   thcr Go tea u. This    hind'...  ���������r(i ,  j, .    ,  ,        ,  r       /    .      _.   .        ,,        t    police station and the next day   oris' good for grazing,  but north     ot  '.....    ,,      _. ' ������������������  that again  there is a strip extending' *<������.������* to San Franc,s:o.       The  practically   from   the  Prince   Albert    gainer Senator took her back again  to the  Edmonlcn branches,  which is   ���������e  U' S<   ������������������n,Bration ������flit;ials     at  absolutely clear,  and which-is  prac-j'San   Francisco sent her  to  Victoria  tically.al'l available for farming.- At   aSam ������'1-the steamer City of     Vue-  3>iit     (here is  a splendid   movement    present,-it is difficult to get at,   biit|b,������- but she was denied a landing   by  Lions., the lints of  the new-branches  yeais,  the Wetaskawin  and Lacombe iDr- Milne, and. was returned.       The  feast : of  Wetaskawin'and   Lacombe.'railroads      will      reach   it   i,na few    San Francisco officials sent her back  |rhe fall wheat crop ill Albprta is all j branches     being already.,headed that  i-'hat can he asked for.   At the pres- i way.    "  " '��������� - -  iXACT NUMBER  LOST UNKNOWN  HarrTsburg,     May     12.���������The extiet  Inumbcr of lives lost in south Ilarris-  Sbiug yesterday morning caused     by  [the crash  of  the second section      of  tthe Cleveland and Cincinnati express  into a car of dynamite,  in  a freight  P.'ain, is  not yel known.   Eleven hollies     have been identified and   nine  "haired   corpses  await  recognition at  (he temporary morgue.   The railrjad  (company has heard  reports  of miss-  ling people and "had  many   telegrams  liiijt'.'uiring about passengers on the ill���������  [fated express.  "���������������������������   *   Mr. M.  J. Henry,  the Mount Plea-  bant nursery man;' was out on    Lulu  llsland lately, and says     the "Tent"  ���������caterpillar is  coining   to  life  by  the*  Imiilicns.       Unless  prompt  measures  lire  immediately  taken,  the    plague  ���������will soon be over the whole of    tho  Fra.ser Valley, and  when this particular caterpillar starts  in to do bu-  kiness,  he  cleans  up  everything*      in  Jiis   vvay   in  the  vegetable  line.      On  Kiiiget Sound, it has wrought terrible  liavoc.  CONTROLLED  MANY THEATRES  New 'York, ��������� May h2-���������Samuel- Shu-  bert, who died at Harrisburg today  from injuries sustained iin yesterdays  VESTRY  MEETING  Officers for Church of England Elected for Ensuing Yearj  The Church of England vestry meot-  Chicago, Uls.,JMay 12.-A despatch  to the Record Herald from San Fran  Cisco   _ says:   The Norwegian consul  here has  received an order for provisions   to he sent norlh  on a whaling -jessel for Captain Ranald lAmun-  dczen,      Arctic explorer who sailed  from  Norway on  June 17,  1903,    in  an     endeavor  to find  the northwest  passage.   From the fact that supplies'  arc to be sent north  hy  the Pacific  ocean it     is argued  that   the great  question of arctic explorcre for more  than   400  years  has   been   successful,  and that  the explorer will socn appear on  the Pacific coast.    Captain  Amundzen.     who passed     Greenland  bound for King Williams Land,      is  said to have located, the north magnetic pole and to have found      ihe  monument    erected-    toy   Sir  JqJui  Franklin,   when  that  ill-fated expedition perished.  ALL DEPENDS ���������  ON RQJESTVENSKY  "In 'his hand/' says the Russian  Press, "Is the Destiny of  the Far East/'  Vladivostock Division is thought  to Have Passed Through  Tsugara Straits*  men of the Empire and should  show  the world .what Russia can develop."  WANT,FRANCE TO EXPLAIN?"  Tokio,  May 12.���������(10 a.m.)���������    Tho  St.  Petersburg.  May   12���������The Admiralty declines  to divulge anything  in the way of information which it  has about the ships of Vladivostock  division which are reported to lie off !lat'cs*' assurrnie of France's neutrali--  the coast of Japan, but the imprcs- M-? eascs jlhe situation somewhat,'but  sion prevails in na,val circles than, I does not remote the popular resent-  acting under the instructions of Vice ;mcn* against her. The press urges  Admiral Rojestvensky, they have \^c government to maintain a strong  passed ihrough Tsugara Straits into  attitude  toward France-Smd demand  railroad  wreck,  was one of the nosfc  successful of  the younger  theatrical  managers in the country.   From ,'iewsj  boy in Syiacuse a few years ago, he  and    his  brother   Leo  Shubert,   rose  through    the     ranks  until  now  ihe  partnecship controls  several  theatres  in this city, a dozen or more in other cities   in   this country, 'ami      ohic  play house  in  London.    It  was   .mly ���������    ��������� ,,  , .,  ���������       ,,     ,,   ,   ., ��������� j    ,   son E.   Bennett,  a well known   wilt-  recently  that tlvev assumed     control    "������������������*-������������������ .,,,,,  again.and she was again     denied    a  landing.   At Sail Francisco,  on    her  return, some benevolent ladies    took  charge  of     her while  the  steamship iinB was.-ield at the church last even-  company began suit against the   \in- ,"'������ for     t,ie P,,rI)ose ������f traiwactinB  migration officials, seeking to     l.ave I���������"1'"0 busincss ������nd eIectlng officei's  her granted permission to land. Then |fo' Ul<J ens^ >car; ' ,      ,  the matter .was referred  to Washing-I ''Irovcar s accounts were read and  -ton,  with  the result     that she  has .Passed      and     the  treasury  report  shows the financial standing of the  church to be, most satisfactory. During Hie year the .various-guilds connected with the church have "worked  hard and untiringly, and as a result  of iheir elTorfs the church is , not wn-  bcen ordered deported to Australia,  whence she says - sh���������- came. -It is  stated that she had long-beei^a resident in California and Oregon, and  did not romc  from   Australia.     Mrs.  Norrington      is,    an   old ltdy  of  7:.   ,     cn(ir(.,v  fre0 frcm  dcbr)  but  years  ago  she  was  robbed  of     con- lquai,litiV o[ llseful tllings liave    1)CCn  ycars  of age,  without  funds.     Some 'I)UI.ciiastd.    'ihe lots upon which the  siderable money  in the hack room of  a Seattle saloon.  ��������� ���������  AUTHOR DEAD.  Philadelphia,   Pa.,   May   12.���������Eni.-r-  of   the  latter,   the  Waldorf.   Among  the  theatres  controlled  by  the  Shu-  bert   brothers   is   the   Bastible,      in  Syracuse,  where Sam Shubert be^an  his caieer in  the theatrical world as  a programme boy at 12 ^-ears-of age.  er and composer, is dead at the    la-  sonic home in this city, aged 83.  ��������� o��������� ���������  Watertown, N. y., May 12.���������Hir.*m  chinch   is  standing-  has  lieen  fenced  and cleared.  The rector, the gtiikls and the officers of the church have every treason  to be satisfied with the eesults j;i  their   painstaking efforts.,  The ofliceis elected fc-r the ensuing  year arc: Rector's Warden, Mr. W.  A.   Cornwall; ��������� Peoples'  Warden,     /)r  BRITISH HOUSE  OF COMMONS  Premier Balfour Announces the New Policy in Naval Affairs  London,  May 11.���������In the House of  Commons today, Premier Balfour, replying to a qfues.tiori of the   subject,  ,said the ac.epted policy in regard to  the defence of commercial ports had  oten ic.erscd.   After' long consideration by the admiralty.the committee  of defence had concluded that    submarine mines were more liable to injure the defenders  than  damage   the  enemy.      He  was   not      alluding to  blockade    mines,     which had played  such an  inipoitant  part in  the   Far-  Eastern' war.    Mr.   Balfour thought  submarine  boats  would  be of great  importance  as  a unit   in   naval   warfare generally and     at least in    attempts   to  land  troops   on  a liostile  coast.     He  believed it  was- impossible to land  foreign troops "in   Great  Britain and  therefore a  serious    invasion need not be contemplated.  Continuing, Mr.  Balfour said   that  the Pacific, on a reconnaissance, io  ascertain if the passage is free of  mines and feasible for Rojestvensky's  squadron, and also to threaten Japanese commerce. All the Russian Laval division now in the Far East  are acting under Rojestvensky's orders.  M.  Vionski,  the military expert of  explanations,   saying   that it  is   -lec-  essary that France explain events b|-  tween May 3 and May 8.  SIXTY KILLED.  Tokio;     May     12.���������The following  telegram  from army headquarters in  Manchuria     was officially given  cut  today,    "On the morning of May .Oth  the enemy,     consisling-of two rcgi-���������  the Ncvoe Vremya, attributed the ; ments of infantry, five companies of  failure of Field Marshal Oyama to cavalry and one batten*- of artillery,  undertake an advance, as well as the made an attack in the vicinity i,f  failure of the Japanese to send aniYing Echeng, from the direction of  expedition to the island of Sakhalia, iVashanchengteva, which is 15 miles  are lo the appearance of Rojestven- east of "iing Echeng. At 2 o'clock in  sky's squadron in Chinese waters. {the afternoon the enemy made a reso-  "In his hands now is the destiny (lute attack imdcr cover of artillery,  of the Far East," the paper says, j the infantry advanced to within f.iie  "may God grant him success." The hundred metres of our lines, wh-?re-  Slovo reproaches the Imperial Gui.r'1 ' upon our gairison, assuming the17 of-  for not going to the front, saying: fensive, attacked and dispersed the  "Its place.is on the battlefield. In'enemy. The enemy left sixty dead  all Russia's wars .the Guard has von 'and i^n wounded on the field. Many  glory.  It is composed of  the picked  killed  ������-.nd  wounded were carried c-1.  ANOTHER FLEET. "  Cronk, the only pensioner of the . ar f Church   Committee,   Messrs.   Hawes,  of 1812, is seriously/ill at his home  Havcrficld and  A.  Could.    Lay del flat Dunnbrook,  and  little hope is en- .gates appointed to attend-the Syn id  tertained for his recovery.   Cronk ie-   were:   Messrs.   W.--A.   Cornwall' md  Frost;  Vestry Clerk,  Mr. J.  Bickle;   having regard for  the changes in the  sea  power  of other  nations,  a redistribution  of the fleet and army was  cently .celebrated his  105th birthday.  A man living in Westminster   was  J*cvei'cly punished the other day    for  leaving a  thousand  dollars in:his po-  ,ket when he was in Vancouver. He  lost it and- is now offering a reward  |if   $.100   for its   return.     Ladysmith  lisitors to Vancouver will take warn  Ing and not pack a thousand along  lyith  them  when  ti-icy cross over the  SAYS   .JEWS   WERE  TO   BLAME.  It how seems quite possible that  I/he Yukon District may be added to  Ihe jurisdiction and made a. pa.rt of  I'ritish Coluinqia, before many years.  -o���������  Dr.   R.   B.  Diet's dental office,  [High Street,  is again open and  r.octor     may ho found there at  lime  hereafter.  on  the  any  It now looks as though we may  have to follow the slow progress of  another fleet from Russia to the Far  East. The Frankfort Zeitung says,  under date of May llth, it has received advices from Hamburg that"  agents . of the Russian government  have competed arrangements through  the Societv of German Captains, and ��������� tA   , ..      .    .   .   ,.���������  ,-,���������- ,\r, - , -r   .- ^ -'.. m        ce brought from  the Crooked  .,ake  Officers of Commercial Marine for the . ���������B  enlistment of officers and crews     for _ agency,   north  of Broadview  transport ships  which are  to accom-   dian  named Buhner,  charged       with  m(UTl-ng fo the Korean consul gener-  ARRESTD FOR  MURDER  Winnigeb, Man., May 12.���������The po,-  d. .'.,ake  an   ! li  ft. Galletly, of Victoria.  SUICIDE BY  HANGING  London, May 12.���������Y. J. Hang Rung  the  Korean charge de  affairs,  com-  jmitted suicide by hanging at the legation today.   He wrote a letter ��������� his  pany the fifth division of the Russian  second Pacific, squadron to the Far  East.  murder.    It seems  that on May  'Jth.al,  W.  P.  Morgan,  asking him     lo  the. Indians on the reserve were hsv-  come to the legation at once, as he,  'ing a jamboree  and  Bulmcr  hit       n.;E������������S.  ���������s K������---S   to die  today,       A  named    Oswastie  over  the  f:������w  minutes later Mr.  Morgan heard  squaw      u������ufu     ������---������������-...���������-   ������.������.-���������    ���������.������������������-,    froin neigllboI.s that Eung ha(l kiUcd    ,head, from the effects of which    she  himsolf    The ,iCCOased  had recently  St.   Pelcssb'urg,   May   12.���������   Some    died a few  days  ago..    Bulmer had  a   shown��������� signs of mental  trouble,  private reports from  Zhitomar  place  preliminary  trial   before  the  magis-  the number of persons'killed as high   tralcg      iu Broadview  when he '-.'as  as  forty.    The governor of  Volhyria  has  caused   the  streets  of   Zhitomir  lo.be placarded  with notices  to vlie    capital  offence  committed to stand his trial ..for ...the  He is  now  iu      the.  WILL NOT  FIGHT  DUELS.  St.   Petersburg,    May     52.���������Baron  , Tiesenhausen and  Count  Massinpusk-  SAW METEOR.  Last night a most, beautiful meteor  fc/as seen by a party of young people  jvho  were on the bay  .  Tlie   meteor  Ivhich was of considerable size     rnd  JiVilliancy, JmadiVts appearance about)  |en o'clock in the north-western sky,  'did shot gracefully down  in a souih-  [asterly  direction.    It   was  in  vie'w  lor several seconds-.   W  the time the  I'leleor   was  seen the sky   was   clear  |*nd   the sight .was a-most beautiful  line.  I"! Dr. R. B. Dier is again back and  [lis office will be opened regularly  r|)ere after.  effect that the troops have received Moosoniin jail. His trial will likeiy in, according lo the Slovo, have dc-  iiisfructioiis lo fire upon any persons [,a],:c piaC2 on May 10 at Whitewood. dined to accept the challenges of S.  interfering with   the Jews.    The  olli- , ��������� o  JAA.   Ale.vaiidrovsky   (former head   of  cial Messenger of  the  Zhitomar out--   tRa^sfER   OF   AMBASSADOR.   I'1'0 Rl'<i  Cl'0-ss  in (llc fic'tl)  to lls'*1'  break attribufes  it  to  the  provoca- j ' ^           ' ' '   'duels  until  the  latter  disproves    tho  tive attitude of the Jews, who, it St. iPetersburg, May 12.���������The trans charges brought against the adnnn-  adds, used a portrait of the iEmperor   fer of .Ambassador Cassini in Madrid   istration  of Red  Cross  funds.  as a target in shooting practice -Mid  committed many assaults on Christians in the streets.  it. '���������   AGED  101,  FATHER OF 27.  New York, May 12.���������Joseph Lewis,  10-1 years; old, is dead at his home  here. He served with two sons ������.11  through the civil war. Lewis *as  the father of 27  children.  was  officially  gazetted   this  morning  ������   under date of May 9th.   The appoint- |    Richmond,  Va.,  May .12.���������Major E.  ment of Baron de Rosen to succi-.-id    D.  T.  Myers,  president  of the   lieh-  Couut  Cassini   at  Washington      nas   'mond-Fredericksburg     and   Potomac  not been gazetted.    In fact, Emperor   Railroad,  died   today  aflcr  a .brief  Nicholas  is awaiting a formal notifi-   illness,  cation  that  Baron  Rosen is  persona  The new barber at Winston's shaving emporium,   High  street,   is said  to lie a very clever man with tho razor���������a  trial   will  convince,  grata   to   the   United   States   before  signing his decree     of     nomination.  Not the slightest  doubt exists   hero  that  the   Baron   is  perfectly  acceptable to  the government at Washington,  where,  besides  his  high   reputation   as     a diplomat,  he enjoys  the  personal acquaintance  of many  officials besides President Roosevelt,  I Professor Cully's pupils will give  a recital in the llaliburton Street  Methodist Church, Nanaimo, next  Monday evening.  Dr. De Kovpn, against whose election there had been much opponsi-  ���������Uon, accepted the Episcopal bishopric of Illinois.  desirable for colonial defense and the  committee  of  defense had   concluded  that the   fleet should be conccnti.i-.led  in   the centre  of  the   Empire,     from  where  they  would   be distributed   as  necessity, called.   An invasion of India had been the dreaju of many military leaders.   The progress of   Russia  toward   the Afghanistan frontier  and the construction of the strategic  railroads compelled     the government  to     consider     with    all  seriousness  what     its     great   miWtary  neighbor  could do.   I-f Great Britain.., permitted  the  slow absorbtion  of  Afghanistan  in a way similar to that in which the  Central  Asian states  had  been     absorbed, and if Russia's strategic railroads   were  allowed   to  creep    closer  and closer    to the     frontier,    Great  Britain would certainly bo faced with  the greatest  military    problem     she  had over confronted.  Mr. Balfour remarked that development of Russia towards India had  from time to time caused great  alarm. Great Britain had in vain ,  by diplomatic means endeavored to  prevent Russian expansion, which  now must be taken as an accept;d  fact, Although the invasion of India  was much talked of by Russian olli-  cers, he did not believe that it formed any part of the scheme of flic  Russian government.  THIS TIME IT IS  NOT MONEY  London",     May'1'2.���������In  the natu'-al  history museum this afternoon     Andrew  Carnegie presented   the cast of  the skeleton of a   Diplodocus to the  trustees  of the  British  Museum.    In  a brief speech  Mr.   Carnegie  said the  museum owed  the i*ift to  King   'Ed-  waid,  who, when at Skiba Castle, remarked that he hoped Great Britain  would some day possess the skeleton  of      a Diplodocus.    The   case   which  brought  over the cast is going  'jack-  to     Pittsburg  filled  with   valuables  from      the duplicate articles Jin  the  British   museum.   Among   those  dresent were *Archbishop of Canterbury,  Lord .Avetoury,  President of  the  Society of     antiquaries;  Win. K: Holland, director of the  Carnegie Museum  at  Pittsburg;   John Morley,   M  P.,      and  James   Bryce,  M.P.    Mr.  Carnegie's gift  to the British  Museum is a plaster cast of the original  fossil-skelelon of a diplodocus, which  is   a species  of  disosaut.    The diplodocus was found in Wyoming and is  now in the Pittsburg museum of iia-  tural history.  PAID SEVENTEEN MILLION".  San Francisco, Cal. May 12.��������� A  despatch from f.rs Angelr-s lo tin  Chronicle says:    K.  II.   Harriiiu.n,  of;i(i   ihc .privilege   to  phoiog.raph   her  DISCHARGED  WITHOUT BAIL  New York, May 12.���������District Attorney Jerome appeared before ^e-  coidcr GofY in the court of general  sessions loday and recommended the  release of Nan Patterson on her >wn  recognizance.  He endorsed the .indictment against  her in substance to the effect that  he did not believe that at this time  and in this couniiy another trial of  Miss Patterson would result in anything but n disagreement. Miss "a*>  terson was dischaigrd from custody  tin's aflemoon.  As  Miss   Patterson  left   the criminal     court      building   two  thousand  persons   cheered   her.      In   company  with her father and her lawyers -he  entered  acaiiiage and  was driven lo  her  I.iwvci "s r.llice    She had been a,l-  ino-l  a'cur  villiin  I lie walls of the  Tombs   piison  aw.uiii.������   trial ��������� and  re-  l rials   tor   the   alleged  murder       of  Caesar  Young.  At the i-W. Paul Hospital Nan Patterson received a number of newspaper photographers and sketch artists, who wished to have a gpod portrait of Ivor She said the newspapers had treated her so well 'hat  :.!;(���������  coiild   not  rcfurr  when  thev   rs'.v-  he Southern Pacific,  has  taken ever  the holdings of the  Ladura   mine  in  Sonora,   Mexico.    The  price   raid   is  said   to   be  in  the neighboih. )od     (f  $17,000,000.    The. iiiiiies.are   located  near  the .head of the Yacqui river.  GAZETTE   ANNOUNCEMENTS.  THIRTY YEARS AGO.  Among   the  recent  provincial     appointments       officially       announced  through   ihe medium  of  the  Gazette  are those of E. J. Thain as stipendi->  ary   magistrate,   judge  of   the  small  debts   court,   and   coroner   for   Atlin.  district;, and'of Stanley McB. Smith  of  Victoria  as assessor  for   Alberni,  C'omox,   Cowiehan,   South   Nanaimo,  Norlh Nanaimo, Nanaiimo city,  .lali-  ano, Mayni>, Pender .and Salt Spring  Islands���������also collector under tho Revenue Act, for flic mentioned districts.  Among the deputy officers named are  A.   L.   Smith,  Alberni;   John' Baird,  Cumberland;      J.   Maifland-Dougall,  .Duncans;  M.  Bate,   Nanaimo;   Joseph  Page, Galiano; W. M. Roteon, Mayne  As'ed   if she had considered any offers   l.i  go��������� on   the stage  eventually,  she   replied:    "No,   I have   not.      ; I  shall   no!   go  upon the  stage.  I shall  remain at home and rest."    It   was  announced late today that Miss   ���������\at-  terson   would   leave  today  for  Washington   on  the midnight  train.  The survey of the cnnal route  across the Isthmus of Panama was  being made.  The indemnity    which  Spain  would   ]sianfi;   Edward Walter,'Salt'Spring  pay for the     Virginius affair was fix-  rsiant|;   ,]0]H1   Kirkup,   Rossland;   K.  ed at $500 for each caso. i a.   Renwick,     Nelson;  Fred  Frasee,  The Pennsylvania  Company refused   Revelstoke;  F. C, Lang, Golden; and  the use of its tracks in  Philadelphia j a.   C.  Nelson,  Cranbrook.  to the, Baltimore    cuid Ohio, an inci-!    Pursuant io section 51 of the'-and  denti of a railway war. Registry. Act Amendment Act of the  Sir Charlrs     Lyell, the   -geologist, , present   year,, His  Honor   the  Lieu-  died in London. I tenant  Governor in  Council has  ap  pointed  S.   Y.   Woo ton,   of Victoria,  registrar general  ol tides;  John  L.  G.   Arbott of Vancouver,  Charles  S.  Keith   nf  New Westminster,  William  Ii.  Edmonds of Kamloops, Henry F.  Ale  Leod,  of  Nelson,  districts  regis-  srars,   to  perform   the duties  of rx-  aininer.s   of  titles   within  the limits  of the land  registration districts  fc-r  which they are respectively registrar  under the Land Registry Act,   from  Juno 30. .1205.'  Notice is  given of the cancellation  nf the  Court of> Assize arranged to  'be held in Victoria on Tuesday next  the 10th inst.  Preliminary notice is given of a  private bill to incorporate a company and authorize construction of a  railway from Arrowhead to Tete  Jaime Cache. Henry McCarter and  Pinkham of Revels(oke are acting for  the company.  A large number of Chinamen are  which will he shipped to northern  poits durincr  the summer,  1        r V  'a'  '������*���������  3'  f-5  I..  'i  !"'���������  ';-< I  V\  'i   -ii!  I  , f ll  "."1\<-i''|  ' >'? I  - f I  ' i\  "���������ill  1 '  '4  '4  / ��������� u  KSS  THE DAItYiLEOGER  jiiamaus"-  and re^ummiiig in its p'.'uee uhc slight  ly .smaller partion he had cut from  the pre* ious     not?,   'il.cse mutilated  our  ���������- il'IL.-^'  Indian  HB5  UAILY LEDGER  aclmini*.tralion  is  that, '  Publisned,   every day except Sunday.  BY        THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  Offices,  Ladysmith and Duncans  DAY SCHOOL  botn in peace     aim war, the lmu*.n |    Usual  subjects   Uught;   also      ian.  M-ld.ei sno.ad be close to tne Indian 'guages,   drawing   in   pencil  and crav-  noU-s  he  iminedi-ilelv  nut m  cnculi- I Sl'lJOy' ^      l'UU  l"S    ^^ i>h0U1" !ous-  Paint nK  in 'oils  and  water  co1'  note*, he  immuUaltiy   put m enema- ,Jlol oliLll.1Ialj[.r  lhc ^u^  bv   niorc '  in  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  00 cents  a  month;    $5  per  year  advance.     Advertising rates on ap  plication.  FRIDAY, 31 AY  12,   1905  The methods    of getting control of  money, adopted by different men and  women throughout the wi.ild are numerous.   It .seems  very  strange  that  men with     large sums of    money at  their cuiiiiiaiwl     can he buncoed with  .such   transparent    schemes  as   those,  for instance ol'    Madam  Humbert, or  of her  later    American-Canadian  follower,  Mrs.  Chad wick,  and yet  these  women secured    large sums of money  fi oui men who were regarded as good  business     men.   It   is  the  history  of  avarice.   Show    a person how he can  get something     for     nothing and he  is  at   once     captive.   Sometimes,   as  n   Ihe     following     description  of  a  French    criminal a     *ast amount of  wok  is dour- by a criminal and great  ingenuity    used.   Of this one the following account is in teres ting.  The 4uidgc of the English Pgris Correal ional' couit in sentencing the  Creek, l.eonidas Choidas, to a year's  imprisonment for the fraudulent issue of hank notes, said to the prisoner. "Yon certainly have shown a  most ingenious mind, Choidas, in  imagining the trick which has brought- you here, and which consisted of  manufacturing bank notes with tlie  fiagnienls of genuine- notes." The  Judge might also have, added that  Cho:da's method wa.s, likewise, an  extremely laborious one. One day,  whilst examining a note tern into  several pieces and which had been  gtimmcJ together again, Choidas discovered that, wilih a given number  of notes, he could manufacture an extra note, lie thereupon invented the  following system. Taking a five  hundred franc note he cut oh" a narrow slip at one end and placed it  aside. Then he took a second 500  franc nolo and cut oil a larger slip  The pai t cut. on the second note, is  larger than in note So. .1, and must  be at once detected by any person to  whom the note wa.s handed.   Choidas  tion. When he reached the twentieth  note he had put into circulation 20  mutilated notes and found himseli  wnh one mutilated note, the twenty-  first* to the  good.  Ol course, this process demanded a  considerable number of notes, and  Choidas' capital was not \ery con-  ,sidi-rable, so that lis illicit, profits  weie lather small. According to his  own coiifissiou, he operated thus on  tweuly-fhe notes of f>00 francs each  and on one hundred and so\euly  r.ole.s of 100 francs each. M. Boulfier,  chief cashier at the Bank of France,  !-;a\e evidence to the effect that up  to dale 182 100-franc notes, 35 100-  I'raiic      notes   and   12   50-franc  notes,  tiian iwo to one. Another axiom of  the Indian military sjsiein is that  tiij artillery should, with the exception oi a lew mountain batteries, be  Lritisii. Both these, limitations  cramp the power of expansion; but,  civili/.cd as India is becoming, Lord  Kitchener still has good recruiting  grounds and the Sikhs, Ghoorkas, Pa-  ihans, Punjabi, 31bha,minedans, and  Drocrjis, properly trained ami well  led, will hold their own with any  any fighting men in the world. Lord  Kit.'hcnei has also splendid material  for irregular cavalry in the warrior  c- s e of Riiiputana, and endless .supply for irregular infantry as he  draws near tho country of the frontier. Hut he wants officer.**. It  would not be over the mark to say  thai   lor  hi.-, existing army,  and   for  ors, pianoforte'j-nd vocal lessons, given in classes ar individually.  MISS  BERTRAM,  ladysmith, B. C.  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. C86, F.  O. E.     :���������:        :���������:        :-:        '-j  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President,  B   Forciminer;      Worthy  Secretary, C. H.  Rummings.  SKSSii  i:.  Esquimau  & Nanaimo  bun  received l>y  the bank. The prisoner  denir-d   that he was in   any way  i.spoisible   for   the   50-franc     notes,  and  declared that he  was not the in.  llr. s fraudulently tampered with, had (irrpgu'nr forces, which might be usefully imployed if India had to be <lc-  fe-ided against a foreign army.more  lli.ui ( ne thousand officers in addition  to the present strength would he required.    Thcv most know the langua-  ventor of the trick, the idea   havinK-Res    .,���������,, tlu/    customs of lho Ill(1-.ln  I ecu suyge-itcd lo him hy a mutilated races, and they cannot be improvised  note coming into his hands. In at- nl ;i inoment's notice."  tempting to change such a note on  Dicemi-er !)th last in a cafe in. the  Hue Loyale, he was detected. The  lady cashier, being suspicioi s, sent  the waiter with the note to an ad-  joiiiin!* branch bank. The manager refused to return it to the waiter, and  Cboid-'s, who called hims-jlf a count,  we it to the bank and tried to bluff  ihe mi'iiagcr without success into returning  it.     The note was   sent     at  ������������������ Plans,  Specifications and  Dc-  ������������������ tailB     Jurnishekl for all kinds  ������������������ pf work in the CARPENTER  ������������������ Line  ���������* C.   B.  ROBELEE,   Carpenter  ������������������ and Joiner,     2nd ftve, Lady-  ������������������ smith,  B.  C.  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  ���������*  ���������������  A FF.MdN'INE SHAM.  Ween  once mote in charming variety, is the c. er     useful dickey.   Pretty   tr.l.e.s  of  tucked  or  embroidered  U'Wii, with insLT'-.ious of minings and  plaitnigs,  frills of hemstitched lawn,  valc-.c-i-nncr bordered  muslin,  are all  mounted     upon   a yoke shaped piece  which is designed     to be. worn under  wahk-oats ��������� and    coats,    which     are  ciii-.e to the officials  at the Bank     of   oi en  hut a     little way in front.   In  Franc ,   who communicated   with   the   ���������������-'������-- s ^on of     extravagantly  expense e lingerie waists,  which soon dou-  ix lice -.nil  the i-Jleged count   was ar- . ...       ,       ,,,        ,.,.1  1   ���������**���������*- *-��������� ble their cost, in laundry, these little  Ik-How sban s,      which  pietcnd  to be  res ted.  THE CALL  OF  KITCITKN'ER.  waists and arc not, arc. almost a necessity.  To complete the illusion there come  willh them    little     turnback cuil's to  In tho Apiil     number of the North   match, an endless     variety of wrist  American-   Review, a     distin&uh-lu-d   ru(lies, dainty  underslecvcs  of_ muslin  Ki'glLiinian      who  has occupied  h:gh  office in India, remarks under the pen  name of "Angio-lndian", of "the  "v all oi Lord Kitchener".   The prob  lem of the defense of India against  an attempted Russian invasion is one  w th which the British and Indian  governments have constantly to strug  gle. It was recently under anxious ()| t*,^ nmccss  consideration, as-the result of which sidomtion. Into  Lord Kitchener perfected a plan of  o-.tratioiis against the contingency  incre or less remotely apprehended.  Tl.e cluice lay between the policy of  mounting guard, so to speak on the  fronli.r of India, and that of making preparations for meeting Russia  tl.e moment she should- \iolate the  north'.in frontier of Afghanistan,  and fighting il out in tlie leiritory  of ihe  Amir... The latter course  was  decided on as beino wiser and in the  therefore, look the paiticlc he had lon<j; run more economical; and Au-  delachcd rroni not-".- No. 1 and gum- 'gin-Indian discrsses the measui.es  mod  it   with  slicking paper  in     the  place of the pallida taken from note  No. 2, thus making if presentable,  though .somewhat mutilated.  (_h:.idas next sir. reed operations on  a third 500 franc note, cutting off a  still lari-ei prut ion, and with transparent gummed paper adi'xing the  fraction he had taken from note No.  2  in   its  place Thus he  went  on,  chopping a larger     bit off each note  which must he taken to render- it  practicable. As to the army*, and the  sources from which it might he recruited, "Anglo-Indian" says' If we  include the imperial service troo-s  and the volunteers, a small force under 30,000 men���������I ord Kitchener has  an army of 20s,00ft Indians and over  7 1,000 British regulars. Tic can increase his T ml ian troops if he can  find the money and if he can simultaneously add to his Rritish foi-r-e--  for the most elementary rnnci'le o-  K5fc^.g.-<-a:.-jr������T-i'-������-rT^.iw ��������� ������������������ i ^i  ���������  Public Notice  Attention is called  to the      fact that the  Ogiivie Flour Hills Co.,  Limited,  makers  of ROYAL HOUSEH   OLD   FLOUR,     have for some time  past been producing flour in a   vastly "improved  and   purified   form  ,)y  lhe ail, 0[      ELECTRICITY  and bavin;; secured control  of   all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising   the   public  that  any  unauth-  ori/.ed users of the electrical    flour, purifying  processes   will  be pro-  ���������ccuted.  net, hue. or embroidery, which (ill  up the. -acancy between the wrist  and the elbow sleeve of the coat and  blouse. That these arc permissahle  on the ground of an injury done a  Huffy and full skee by dragging it  in and out of a coat, as likely as not  to be cut tight, iu some pari-of the.  arm, is felt when the crushed results  are taken into con-  thc many coats  which are so made as to be almost .a  ureas bodice they not only fit. perfect  ly  bul. arc wisely economical.  Another useful .sham which is, li-  cen-cl hy fashion is the removable  petticoat flouncing, a blessed invention which can le laundered separately and basted .in at will.  Under New Managmen  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnell & Woodbank  Proprietors.  Modem and     Strictly   first-Class.  Commercial Mens'  hcaduu.irters.  Fire Proof    Building.  NOTICE.  Persons found r using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,  will be prosecuted.  RUA1MING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  Ladysmith, B.C.  Qveriands  Daily  2  Passengers can leave Victoria daily  at 8 p. iu. or 11 p. in..  TICKETS SOLD TO ALL POINTS  Shortest     route to    Fcinie, B. C,  and  ALL   KOOTKNAY  POINTS.  For rates,      folder's,      sleeping car.  reserwi lions* and nil  information call  on or address  S.. O. YERKHS K. J. BURNS  G.W.P.A., 75 Government si  Seattle, Wash, Victoria, B.C.  I      - TAKING-' EFFECT THUKSIJAY,   APRIL 13,  lt03.  Northbound Southbound Northbound Sat. Sun. Southb'd  Daily Arrive   Leave      and  Wed. Arrive  A.M.    P. M. p. m.     P. M.       0:00 12.0C Victoria     ,-    10:20 10.40 Shawniga'n Lake  -".    11:00 10.02 Duncan          11:57    9.10  Ladysmith ...*.-.      12:40    8.20 Nanaimo   '   '..   ..  12:53Lv 3.00  Ar. Wellington    ?.52  de 1.00  S.  S.   "JOAN��������� sails from Nanaim o for     Vancouver   Daily except Sunday; at 7 00 a.  m.',     returning sails from Vancouver,  for Nanaiing oh arrival of     C. P. R. train No.  I or at 1.30 p. m.  Excursion rates in effect to all p oints, good going Saturday and Sunday,  returning not later  than Mondday.  * ���������       ,     ��������� , * GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Traffic Manager.  Leave  Victoria ���������   Sbawnigan Lake  Duncans    ;,  Ladysmith      Nanaimo     Ar.  Wellington  4.80 7.55  5.17 0.46  5.55 5.55  ,6.-15 5.00  7.37 4.15  HOTEL     LELAND.  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot anil  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-model led. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Qranville and Hastings  streets    Telephone,  1���������4.  I     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd  ������.  :   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,  General Manager.  The City Market  R. William son, Prop.,  1st Ave,     Ladysmith  BARBER    SlfOP AND BATH ROOMS  Tlie   ESPLANADE    between  the  Grand and Abbottsford,  Willi Ait Powkrs, Prop.  VtZa  PAINTING,   PAPEk  ETC.  MANOINQ  Work done properly and at right  prices. Shop and residence in reai  of Ludysmith  Hotel.  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rateo $1 25 ai.d $1.50���������  r>ebudto all steamboat  landings ami  railway depots.    Electric care eveij. tiv.  uiinuteB to all parts ol   the ciiy.   Ba  and table unexcelled.  F. BAYNBS, Proprietor,  ABIJOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER B, C.  F. flcB Young  BARRISTOR and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO, LADYSMITH  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing  and making  to order   a  speciality.  THOflAS MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  .It  I General Manager. smelter Manager. |  , THOS. KIDDIE.  Smelter Manager.  W. SILER.n  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK TROMPTLY  D( ���������- -.'?  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  LADYSMITH SHAVING  .HIGH* STREET.  .'���������:���������: Best-in- tho'City :���������:���������^  RATKS $2.00 PB*R DAY  SAMPf.rC ROOMS  I3AU SUPl-l.IKD WITH BF,:T  WINHS, IJQUOKS, CIGARS  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  Beat accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and fishing in near vicinity.  A. J. McMURTRIE- Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C.  HILBERT  Ogiivie Flour Mills Company Limited  a>*e the only millers in Canada whose! Flour is  purifiecLby the eleetric process. /  This   Hotel  lins   hei n  i-ompletely  renoviiteil.  Board and Loilfting $1.00 per day.  HOTEL- PRETORIA  JOHN   THA,  Proprietor  Bar  Supplied   with   the  Best   Wines,  Liimors and Cigars. 1st Avenue  A lew hci'iiisiUs for the llouso*-  i.ee,ji.r at tms time of the year:  Hall paper, from 10 cents to $1.00  i.er io.I to hrighten the appearance  of  your  rooms,  A tin of I'.lack Enamel to make  your grates and stoves look lil-.o  new,   1")  cents.  A tin of Varnish Slain to renovate  your furniture for 25 cents; 'a tin of  Elastic Oak Varnish for your furniture and woodwork, $.1.00: a tin of  Ox id i ml Enamel, -10 cents, for baths  and sinks���������water lias no effect on it;  a tin of Clranitine Floor Finish, to  save your oilcloths and linoleums  from wearing; a tin of the best ready-mixed paint in Ladysinith, for  $1.7fi per gallon.  All advice cheerfully gi\en  at    the  P aiming  and   l'ajer-1 ranging.  Lad\ smith Wall  1'aper Depot.  HARRY KAY  HENRY'S NlJRSfRIES  NEW CROP���������  Home Grown &  Imported  GARDEN,     FIELD     and  FLOWER  SEEDS.  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  RHODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND IIA-RDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  Ladysmith B.C.  he Farmer's  Meat  Go. Roberts,  Prop  FI  Are You  Go ing East  Thea be sure your  tickets read   via  the  TICKET iOFFICE  and   Yates  St?.,  Cor.   Government  Victoria, B. C*  Trains  Transcontinenta'  Trains.. Daily  3  >,-**;������  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES"  EXPRESS WORK   A  SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  *���������   -  IPHONE 66  x  X  X:  *���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������������������������*��������� t.  LADYSMITH *  One of which is the famous "North  Coast Limited," Hide on it always.  Up-to-date Pullman and Tourist  sleepers on all trains. Through tickets issued lo all paints East and  South, also Pullman tickets issued  and   berths reserved.  Only direct route to Yellowstone  Parle Cheap rates from all points  ���������Easti from M&rcfi 1st to Ma.'y.l5tlv.'  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  oui or: phone No. '15c.  a. D- Carlton,        c. e. la\tg  A.G.P.A.,  N.p., General   Agent  Portland,  Ore. Victoria,  B.C  WM. MUNSIE, President J. W.  COBURN, Man.  Director  Telephone^.  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co  Ltd.  MILLS   AT  FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-Shingles a  Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers    of���������  Ronjjli and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring      and  Finishing    Lumber  in    Stock.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  , IB. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager   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 asl< your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   Agent,  151  Yesle.r Way,  Seattle.  The Kings Hotel  is the only place  In  Ladysmith    that  nas  on  draught  THEJOtlES HOTEL  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :  $5 and under. ."*- 3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents '  "    $10        " .." $30.    10 cents  "    $30        " " $50......   15 cents  These Orders arc Payable at Par .-it any office in C. nada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking- point:;   'll the United States.  NKCOTIAULK AT A  FlXltl* RATI! A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC   . LONDON, liNG.  They form an excellent method of remittin   small sums of nionuy  with safety and at small   ;ost.  LAD^F VJTH. BRANCH  W.   A.   CORNWALL.   Manager.  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Tahle, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  HIGH STREET. -  - LADYSMITH  John Lahatt's  India Pale Ale.   Call  i_LLUJ  [around and sample it.  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  JOTICE is hereby given that at the  .ox!, siding 0f ii1L. LiC0nKJ,,g Court  ,to be held  at Lailysiniih,  I intend to  pply for a transfer' of the retail liquor li.cnse now hold hy nic for  the premises known a.s the  Central Hotel, situate on Lot -I,  Block 2), Ladysinilh, B.C., from iny-  self to David ![. |)aVic.'i and from  Ihe  sad   Central   to   t.-hc-   New    W'est-  rii   liolel,   silunlc  on   Lot  5,   Block  8.   Ladysmith,   I',.   (!,  FRANK   BARDESONO.  Lftdysmitli,  B,  C, May  2nd,  1905.  CRYSTAL LAUNDRY  Leave orders with  BLAIR  &  ADAM.  All work first-class at THE CHRY  STAL,  VICTORIA.  LADYSMITH BAK?  *\  4Y  Best accommodation for transient  and permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      MOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar Is up-to-  date. Rates $1.00 a day and upwards.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  Esplanade :���������: :���������: :-^: i���������: Ladysmith  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED   AND  FRESH.  BREAD FIVE CENTS PER LOAF  Confectionary of all kinds,  Order* tal^en for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  H.4V, GRAIN m  FARM PiiODUli  Orders will he delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the lowest possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, on th6  Esplanade  . JAS. WARNOCK,  1  h  V  w  'Al ^g&^Ws&ml&MM  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^S^^^^^^S^SS^SS^SSi  (���������ife&ia&c^^  *-^^'^*-^*i't^rf������^'iWt������^jwai.  DAILY LB5&GBR  ���������������������������������������������������������������*������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������++++������++++ 4^^  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukoa  Territory���������A free miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable in  ^ j the discretion of the Minister of the  ^ | Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  EXCAVATING     C'l'I-LKRHR'A  > ^  There is No Necessity  ���������f s*adi������g away for auythi������������������g    you may require in  Hardware or Garden Tools  We o&h supply y������ur want* in all" seasonablto  goods such a������i Hoes,  Spadas, Sherele, Rakes, Lawn Mowers, Poultry netting, Etc.  Prices Always Right  PITT & PETER50N,  Duncan,    B. &;  DUNCAN  ESTABLISHED 1878  and QUAfllCHAN  W, P.JAYNES  ���������Importer and Dealer in ali kinds of Merchandise���������  [AMNTS FOR-The America* CYtam   Separator Co , Grant Powder Co.,  art K. ������. Pottery Company. '. -     .  Also Manufacturer of all kinds of Feed from Home Grown Product*.  7zo������il?ale/n  J.otel  DUNCAN  i  STAGE LEAVES  FOR COWICI-i\N  LAKE MONDAY, -WEDNESDAY,  AND FRIDAY.      MOUNT.  SICKER  DAILY.  ,  PRICE BROS.,  Proprietors.  Quamichan Hotel  .���������o���������  Headquarters   for  Tourists and Com  mercfal Men  ���������0���������  BOATS ON SOMENOS LAKE.  submerged bed or bars of the river  below low water mart, and subject  to the rights of all persons who have,  or who may receive, entries for bar  (diggings or bench claims, except on  the Saskatchewan River, where the  lessee may drcgde to high water mark  oh each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within' one season from the  date of the lease for each five aiiles,  but where a person  or company   has  obtained more than one lease .      one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction, is sufficient.   Rental,  $10    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 i  granted to a free miner for a term of j  twenty years, also renewable.  The I'-ssec-s right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the  lstday of August in the year of the  the date of the lease.  The lessee shalL^have one dredge in  operation within two years from the  date of ihe lease, and one dredge for  each five miles within six years from  such date. Rental, $100 per mile for  Cfirst year and ' $10 per mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty, -same  as placer mining  ������ , ���������    j  Union Brewing Co- j  NANAIMO,   B. C.  flanufacturers of the  A greater problem,'than ' the'actual  .excavation is the disposal of the|<  spoil, and this item will probably ex  teed the mere cost of loading the  cars by steam shovels- An organized  system of tracks is necessary, so  that trains of large capacity can be  circulated and fed past the shovels  as neaily continuously  as possible.  In this connection mention may be  made of the    possibility of using hydraulic transportation     for the spoil  of Cull bra cut.    If it should     prove  possible to lay    on a large supply of,  water at    any     reasanable cost, the  material     excavated    by the shovels  may lie     carried  by pipe line direct,  from     a hopper alongside tlie shovel  and carried to the lower valleys and  ground  within     reach.- The carrying  capacity    of pipe    lines of hydraulic  dredges has already 1-cen touched up- Made to order and Repaired at short notice  on, and in this case'tlie oneralion wayS gives satisfaction  would be, aided. by, gravity. The  softer deposits of material may even  be washed down, by' direct hydraulic;  action of powerful jet*, similar to'hydraulic mining.���������Engineering Magazine.  ;;*'te1  m  m  m  ���������mil  In British Columbia  Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed  Brewed  from the Best Canadian Malt Run Hops  *^?9?????$*??<?????? 99999V9V9???*  *������-���������������������<������ ���������*������^ ������->'<������'���������--.,  ���������+���������  HOUSEW1FE  PROVERBS.  Miners' Drilling Machines,  -cd at short  notice.    Drill Sharpened  by us al-  Picks handl ed aiul -'repaired.'  Stiipsmittiing    in  aJ1     its    Branhes.  Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmitns.  David Murray  Buller Street   -    -    -    -   LadysiTiitri, B  C  Splendul Fishing, Telephone connec  tiori.  )   Placer Mining in the Yukoa Terri  Uory���������Creek,     gulch,   river and hill  Keast's Livery &  Freighting Stables  FRANK COiVRUYT, Prop  Duncans Station.  -H. Keast, Proprietor  Stage leaves Mount Sicker at   7  a.m.,  at 12:30 p.m., daily, exeept     Sundays.  returning, leaves   Duncan  (Specials at short notice.)  X   X   DUNCAN,   B.   C.   X^ X  ROBT. GRASS!E & SON  GENERAL BLACKSMITHS  AN EASTER OPENING  FAIR'S  MILLlif STORE  OPENED AT DUNCAN  Newest creations in Millinery. Up-  to-date Hats   Made and Trimmed to  Order at Shortest Possible Notice.  FLOWERS,     FOILAGE.   All    Ladies-    cordially      invited    to inspect  HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY  AN IDEAL TOURIST AND  HEALTH RESORT  STATION STREET,  DUNCAN, B. C.  LIVERY and  SALE  DUNCAN  S. J. Hagan, Manager  ���������f   Freighting a Specialty   ���������*  PRICES TlODERATE -  MRST-OLASS   TURNOUTS     OF    RIGS,    HARNESS,   HORSES,  WTfilUJIi  Tourists and  sportsmen .���������making this hotel  their headquarters will appreciate the excellent--cuisine and service.  \  Electric light is fitted through  out.    There is a good   supply  of water.    No mosquitos.  SHAWNIGAN LAKE   B. C^  Y������ur patronage solicited  DUNC AN.l   B. C.  Pharmacist  Tclephonle  in ^Connection;  ix-':'m x x, x *x x-x-x )k:-;-*hk-  -*-  -&-X-  R.B.ANDERSON  HIGH GRADE BICYCLES  BICYCLE AND GUN  REPAIRING.     ACETYLENE GAS  FIXTURES AND GENERAL METAL WORKING     -  mm* li������������B, WATCHHS, CLOCKS and JEWELRY REPAIRED.  SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED.  WHITT0ME  Oddfellows Block     ���������    ���������    ���������  -$#������������������  -    ������������������ Duncan', B.C..T  -Ai-X-lfr-yi X X-X  |OR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  )N DOMINION  LANDS IN MANITOBA THE  NORTHWEST  TERi  ���������-IITORIES     AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Joal���������Coal lands may be purchased  y$10 per acre for soft coal and $20  anthracite.   Not more than  320  jj-e������ can be acquired by one individ-  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free navel's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advanca  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company.according  to  capital.  A free miner, having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  lame 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  Ill be collected on the gross   out-  |i'uartz���������Persons  of  eighteen  years  over and joint  stock companies  idiag free miners' certificates may  When $500 has been expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase the land  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister  of     the Interior  to  locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of a  Royalty of 2J per cent, of the sales  of the-^roducts of the location.  Placer Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T., excepting the Yukon Territory���������Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square, entry fec$5, renewable yearly. On the North Saskat  ������hewan River claims are either bar  or bench, the former being 100 feet  long and extending between high and  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  e������gth, measured on the base line or  general direction of the creek or gulch  the width being from 1,000 to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250 feet square.  Claims are marked     b$^ two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing   notices.   Entry must be obtained with-  i in ten miles of mining Recorder's of-  I lice.   One extra day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claim must hald a free miner's ^certificate.  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 ordin  ary claims only.  Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at Ihe rate  of two and one-half per cent, on the  alue of the gold shipped from     the  fukon Territory to be paid to    the  Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one mining claim     on  eaeh separate river, creek or gulch,  but the same miner may hold     any  number of claims by purchase,     and  free miners may work their claims in  partnership by filing notice and paying a fee of $2.00.    A claim may v be  abandoned and another obtained    on  the same creek, gulch or river hy giving notice and paying a fee. '   /  Work must be done on a claim each  year tb the value'~of at least $200.  A certificate that work has      been  done must be retained' each year;   tif  not, the claim flail be deemed to  be  abandoned,  and    open to occupation  and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may   be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices  in   the  Yukon official Gazette.  Petroleum���������All  unappropriated  Dominion lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within tke 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 niay decide.  the length of width shall not exceei  thr-se times the breadth.  Should the prospector  discover oil  n. paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly establish such discovery,  an area  not exceeding G40 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 he specified by order-in-coun-  cil.  JAS.  A.  SMART.  Deputy Minister of tho Interior.  Department  of the Interior,   ^  A time for everything and everything on  time.  Clear up as you work; it takes  but a moment then, and saves :ime  afterwards.  An hour, lost in the morning has  to be run after all day.  - Do not make unnecessary work, for  others.  A hot fire for roasting and a clear,  fire for broiling.  Poor food  makes  poor  blood.  Study to economize; strength,  time  and money.  White meals well done, dark mc.its  underdone.  Never leave soap lying in  1 lie water.  Actual pleasure and culture may  he found iii the humdrum duties of  everyday life if Ihcy are done dn the  light spirit and with the determination lo do everything in lhc best  possible time and  way.  The secret of iiicn-*-hroiling is fi e-  qiient  turning.  All articles to be fried should-be  thoroughly dried and slightly warmed.  Economy docs not mean ��������������������������� stinginess  but the art of making the most and  host of the means and materials at  hand.  The .-oven, can afford to wait for ihe  'cake, .but not the cake for the  -iven  '   A good cook; wastes ^nothing.  Do     nof   use newspapers  to  wrap  'about anything eatable.  WE   NEVER   SLEEP  THE BEST MEATS  BUT ARE  ALWAYS ON THE LO OKOUT FOR  IN THE MARK ETS.  WE ARE NOW BRINGING OUR CATTLE FROM EAST OP THE RO  OKIES, YOU WILL GET THE BE ST IF YOU BUY FROM US.  PANNELL   d,   PLASErVn  STFVENS BLOCK,  QAT/.cP1-'  ���������->*'*.~T,  AOYS1-1ITH, B  x LADYSMITH TRAIMSFERCoT^  ���������-t-.-t-*-*--  PIANOS,     ORGANS    ANWIOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOV  ED PROMPTLY A   ND SAFELY.  Staihlofi in the rear of the Ladysmith Hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   the  *  *  *  4  ���������444M M���������������������������+++������������������������������������������������������+���������4+ ���������  WILLIAMS AND IVA3K  SOLD   AS   ,\   NL'U'E  ''CilLEDpflir  Leads Them    AH  '-IN QUA-LITY  A young* man :-"\ -> was a nested  'cently told a rcmfirkiblo story of  .,eing kidnaped and brought to Seal,  tie, where he wa.s sold to a man who  niade-a drudge of him, never let him  out of the house, and kept him. tied I  up at. night so that he could not escape. He says lie, finally got away in  the excitement attending a lire in the  house.  The young   man said he wa.s Charles Dickinson,  twenty years old, and  'that-he was brought up iii Bar'liadoes  British   West     Indies.   One day last  spring he  was strolling on the beach  at dusk, he said, when lie was seized  by four sailors, who bound and gagged him,  threw'him into a boat and  look him out to a ressel, which looked like a schooner,    \U-it whose naime  he never learned.   He was put in the  hold and kept     there during! the voyage.   He alleged     that he was^then  sold to a man   whose name he never  heard, and whom he always addressed as  "master",   He says he had no  opportunity to learn in what part of  the city the house    was.   He had to  chop     wood, make    fires and do all  kinds of drudgery,     and ^at night the  master tied one end of a rope about  his waist and  the other around himself.  Dickinson says     he escaped several  days ago.   lie wandered about the city for several days, and then decided  to. set   out for     iVewburg," as he remembered  having     heard  his  parents  talk of an uncle who lived there. He  was on his way,, when he was piekc-  ed up at a trolley station hy a policeman.   He     was     taken before .ludgc  Simpson,  who, after hearing his story,  discharged   him.   When  last seen  Dickinson was     walking in the dircc- '  tion of    Newherg.   The     young man  had     evidently     suffered much hardship.   Uc was emaciated, and his clothing was in   .rags.   As-proof of his  statement tlifat     he had been tied to  his  "masterf. at night, he showed a  red mark about     his waist.���������Seattle  P.. I.  SANITAS  THE NEW   _  I SANITARY  j������ WALL  COVERING  for Bath Rooms, Pantries,.Kitchen, etc. It is an enamelled cloth  which can he put on like paper, the designs* arc specially made for  this material and very suitablelo the purpose.  4*5 inches wide. 4<>c yard; borde r ** In. wide, 10c yard  ABOUT WALL PAPERS  MAY WE   SEND YOU SAMPLES  OF  OUR      WALLPAPERS?  PRICES   FROM  DOUBLE  CENTS  Weiler Bros.,  To. Make Hard TLr,es Good  and-Good Times    Better.  Buy Your Meats'From  H. &Mf,  j i  f  ra: ^n  NEXT DOOR TO THOMSON'S HARDWWARE STORE  WE CAN SATISFY YOU  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  -,.,���������  .. luvaucu   witma     ten  or company. Royalty at the rate miles of a mining recorder's office, one.  Jong ana eJCtendIng betwcen high and  ten cents   per ton of 2,000 pounds  additional  day  allowed  for every ad- ]oW water marlc   The  ]atter  inciudcs  ditional  ten miles  or  fraction.   The |bar diggingS( but extends back to the  fee for recording a claim is $5. ibaseof the hill or bank, but not   ex-  At     least $100 must be expended  'ceeding 1,000 feet.   Where steam pow-. ���������.>,���������,������ t������  on the   claim     each year or paid to  er is used, claims 200 feet wide may '   ,���������.  the mining recorder  in  lieu  thereof, be obtained. i woiurUA, :���������: :  R. P. RFTHET,  > r-  & Co., Ltd.  Pacific Coast   Agency.  :-: :-: :-B.C.  J. PlfflCYJND CO.  WHOLESALE DRYGOODS.  Victoria,  B. C.  Manufacturers of flic Celebrated  IRONCLAD BRAND  of  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  PANTS,  SHIRTS, ETC.  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next sitting of the Licensing Court  lo he held at Ladysmith, I intend to  apply for a transfer of the retail liquor license now held by me  for the premises known as the  Kings Hotel situate 'On Lot 1, Block  97, Ladysmith, B. C, from myself  to Palmyr Tassin.  WILLIAM JOSEPH..  By his duly authorized agent,  HENRI  Ladysmith,  B.  C.  H. O. MILES  Contractor  and Builder  REPAIRING  of.all  kinds  prompts  attended to.    Shop on Gatacre    at  REIFEL.  May 2nd,  1905.  Ladysmith   Temple No. 5 Rathbone  Sisters meets  in the Oddfellow's hall  2nd and  4th  Tuesday at 7.30 p. m.  Mrs. Kate Tate, secretar*/.  as liiH  Solicitor,  Etc.  sy  to   Loan  m  i  :*)#  1  J  i st Avenue  -IADYSMITH \h  '���������?>."  THE     DAILY   LHDGEOR  nawnjiH���������* **  LOCAL IfEMS  Retnrned���������Fricke. & Schneck, -tlie  photographers have reopened '��������� ihvir  studio here. Today and until Monday evening all $5.00 cabinets for  $2.50 .per doz. Monday, May !5th,  positively last day.   . Rev. and Airs.-Boyle returned this  morning from Victoria, where they  have -been  spending a holiday.  Mr.  Harvey     went up to  Nana mo  on  the noon  train  today.  .Judge Harrison  went up to Xanni-  mo al   noon  today.  '   DUMBS   MA\   C'UME.  Eugene Y. lU'l.us, who was nvicti  unsucce sl'ul candidate for the Preside icy of the I'nilc-il States, will visit Seattle short ly in tlic interests of  a Socialist Association that he is  organizing. According \ to prominent  Socialist of this city,  it   is   pro-  ! able that Air. Debs will viait Ladysmith while on the coast. If he can  arrange lb come the local Socialists  will hold a monster ��������� meeting, at  which Mr. Debiis will lecture and other Socialists of note from throughout  the Province' will'be present.  LACROSSE.  The Colonist says: At present there-,  Mrs. Wm. Cartwright, of Vancouver, mother of Mrs. Frank L. Reynolds, is spending a few weeks in 'Ihe  city.  Rc.T.emher that June 1st, is the  last day you can pay taxes and i;et  the   discount.  The.'English-Derby Sweep closes on  Saturday. Ihe 27Mi. Tickets .fl.HO at  Slcwart's.  Denial work will he promptly and  carefully looked after at Dr. R. B.  Bier's ollice, on High Street, whore  lie may he found at a.ny  lime.  Donjl   forget  Knighl'.s  is  open from  12   to   .1   every   Sunday  so  you  may  Set*-he Sunday Colonist.  Sieve Anderson, foreman of Caiup  fi, spent a couple of hours in town  la*-t evening.  All work guaranteed and at reasonable prices at Dr. R. B. Dicr's office on   11icj,li  Street.  Ja'-k Coleman, a logger from one  of (he camps back of Ladysmith left  Ihis'niorniii"  for the Tan-ma count ly.  Y.r. M. M-.-iVamara, who has hean  for some time employed at Camp l>,  left   Ihis  morning for   Klondike.  Gel jour Sunday lOxaminer, N.V.  Journal and World every week ;.!  Knight's  Book  Store.  See the notice in another column,  of the prices that will prevail at lhc  Grand Hotel beginning with to-morrow, and bear in mind that the terms  ri.id cash.  It would he a great--deal better, so  savs one merchant���������'and business :rien  generally, if a thorough caslh system  were inaugurated in Ladysmith;' better for both the purchaser and tor  she merchant. Thirty days is soiiii-  limes-called cash,  but it is not cash.  After tomorrow George ITepple A'ill  he found' beliMid -the clerk's desk at  (he Grand Motel, Ben Clay havinj-'re  sigsied his position. It is expected  that Ocoi*i>;-> will wvn.r the latest and  most iip-to-dale smile, and will do  his whole duty to-the hungry r.i d  thirsty public.  PAY DAY BARGAINS  This Pay Day will be full  of interests day when your  dollar will do double duty  | in purchase of your requirements in;  13 is ninth speculation as to the comfy pai\Ui\e ^���������irength <>r the four teams  |*j  in   ilie  league   this  season.   .Although  the  schedule games do-.-not -.open'-  175 Pair Boys'Heavy  Ribbed Hose, al! siz=  es, regular 50c, spe  cfal  i  Walking Skirts  When you put on   a crisp,  black   Skirt you   have about  ihe  freshest and most suitable skirt pos  Isible  for  this time   of  year.   We  have a large stock, black skirts' lustre tweed, colored grey, light grey,  , all shades* nnd styl s. Wili be sold  3 special reduction  for this payday  Wash Goods  PRINTS, VOILES,  DUCKS, Fashionable and Washable,   at a  -  c Kractiou of their value.  Wrappers    .  We   haw   a  nice  assordtme.it  <f   Wrappers.      We invite you  u, come  and see the Hig Reduction we are  giving in  Uns line  50 Pair Ladies' Corsets, drab, splendid  value, at $ 1.00 Spe=  cfal 50c=  65 Pair Ladies' Girdle  Corsets, all Colors,  r.ecj 75c. special 50c  85 Pair ladies and  Misses Lace Hose,  reg. 40c, special 25c  36 Pair ladies' Liie  Thread, fancy coloks,  Lace Hosi\ reg. 85c,  I special 50c  DXYSDALE-ST������V������?mH  Go.   Ladysmith   |  Hens' Shirts  11 lack  Si'.50.  Plain, Tan,   Striped,  Pay  Hay,  00 cents.  with   CiiITs or viihout  ��������� ������l*-;������I:r:i.������i'  R-cffclar, $1.03 io}  ii  I'. Wcinrobc'has made a much needed impro".cnient in his store on High  Street by adding some 30 feet of  new shelving, etc. If is now a commodious place 21 by 7(1 feet, and is  being rapidly filled up with new stock  Mr. Wcinrobc os also moving down  the stock from his Union store,  which will presently be added to Ms  already  well  selected  stock here.  ui���������x-r���������*-ti_*<������_ar���������^^_i������_i������_J*4i'_**_*.  7(t       *���������������������������'*%       /Is      Sty.      7*\      '������\       yf\       ���������*-*,       /Is.      Si\     ffi  |     SPORTS  Also   Big   Reduction in Clothing,  Gents' Furnishing, Boots  and Shoes  Call and   see for yourself  and be convinced.    -      ,  COUIONS GIVEN WITH EVERY PURCHASE  ������  I  PURITAN  MAPLE  SYRUP  In  Faiice Class "Wars  tile. c.*rh  Empire Mapl������ Syrup  (^nai't   ltoltles    J-ic-.  B  HIGHSTRFET  LADYSMITH  ~,_-/3Bi&  T'ilE RING.  ���������Wm. Shepherd, the pugilist, went  hack, to Sail Francisco on the steam-  ship Tricolar. It is understood that  he will return ^shortly,, when a match  will be. arranged between he sail  Bert Clarke. The bout, if it comes  off, should he a good'one, for both  men are said lo he pretty smart in  their class.  A team for the baseball match v/ith  Chemainus on the 1 1th inst., will lie  {���������elected   from   the   following   players:  W. Manuel, Tom. White, .J. Weir,  I). Kerr, En. -'larke, N. A. Morrison  S. Kerr, .).. ./tmbar, Evan 'I'homas,  ami .1. Sanderson. S. and -I. !\err,  will   form  the battery.  The- Ih;-s are iir good practice, and  the mat'.-h,. the first here this kbaioii,  will doubtless be an interesting ore. i  The ( h-.-mainuK players arc said to  be in ������������������:���������<��������� od s':a; i- and they have already   woi   two   matches   this  your.  The city hand Willie, in attendance  a'*t the fiell. A collection .-'ill i.e  t-il c i  up-in aid of the club.  "DECKAJULIE"  Is familiar  to'all Tea. drinkers Jn this district as the name of THE FIN  EST TEA  O.N THE MARKCT. .  We have  lately received 5,(100 pbun ds.-of the New Season's 'Tea,    direct  from   "Deckajulic   Gardens,"   Te/piir,    Assam.  Price 50c'per. lb.;   5 lbs for ?.2.2.">.- .  Lyle'a Golden Syrup  25  cents a  tin.  Er.-;: dsbnry Table Sy-  1 *tt|>  In'live a"''  ten pound tins,  ���������JOc.  and  75c.  per  I in,  Bt&IB&NDiOI.  FIRST AVE. &  ROBERTS ST  TENDERS.  W. T.HEDDLE   CO.  Williams' Block  I/adysmith  Particular Grocer s.  Telephone   1  TENDERS  will  be  received   up  and including May IMtli at 8U Yates  street,  Victoria,   B.C.,   for  painting  Chemainus -General  Hospital.   Plans  and   specifications  may  be seen      at  the hospital, Chemainus.  Wm. LANG,   .  Contractor,  Victoria,  B.C.  Ladysmith Boat DuId  TRANSFER  OK  LICENSE.  NOTICE-is hereby given that at-the  next sitting o[ the Licensing Coirl  lo be held af Ladysmilli, I intend lo  apply for a transfer, of the retail liquor license now held by nic Tor the  .premises known as the Island Home  Hot?!, situate on'Lot '.',, Block 21',  Ladysinith, 11. C, from myself to \.  O.   Knight.  IT.   L.   BATES.  Ladysmitli,   Ii.   ('.,   May   12,   lilOf).  and -after  Saturday,  May  1-Uh,  prices at   the Grand   Motel will  AVE YOU SEEN  Those Starts, Nobby Ties and Fancy Vests?  Up to the Minute in Style and Coloring.  tmtWeKtiessBaaajix  At Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  WILLIAMS   BLOCK.   TELEPHONE   C-7  On  1 !I(I5  be as follows:  BEER    5 CENTS  All  other drinks  and  cigars,     ten  Hennessey *   *   *  brandy,  $1.75  oof.  Hennessey  *  Brandy,   .......   $1.0  '>ot.  Duraisiu & .Co. Brandy t. *.*H)e. hot.  Rum   (full strength)   .,.$1.00  per . .ot.  Rye,  per gallon     $2.75.  Ry.-  (draft)        5.0c.  hot.  Brown's   Four /Crown Scotch $1. Hot.  Watson'e  *   *    *  GlcnliveJ, Scotch     ...  $1...0(l I ot  Whyle &.  McKay's special  Scotch  .....' $,1.00  hot.  McNab  V.tt.O.   Scotch      7 5;. Lot  Walker's Club Rye   $1.00 hot.  Walkers' Imperial Rye   00c '��������� ot  Seagram's'-X.'i   Rye   SI.00-hot  S-iu-are (lin   05c not.  Plymouth Clin   95c hot.  Burkes Irish  $1.00 'lot.  NO CREDIT.  DON'T  ASK IT.  Win.  Beveridge,  PBop.  Launch and Pleasure Boats-oi aU  descriptions for Mire Boats^ built,  to oriliu* and Repaired. Spoon-oars a  Speciality.  .MARKUP AND 1TAYEDN.  BOAT  I'.UILDERS.  s  ,*0  lill  May  2 1,   there  is  an  exhibition game,  l-vl^'-rn   Yancouwi    and   New   V.'csl-  ini-iiiste'r   to   take  place  on  Saturday  at   Wcsfir.iiiStc-r.    This   will   be   hard  fought,,as  lIk-re is very'tense feeling  between   the   two   teams,   and      l/Oth  will Iry hard rta win oui.    The team  lliht  is   lo  represeu't   New  Westminster,   although   it   has   not been   -'ili-  cially stated,..will be. practically  (he  same as     has  worn  the Royal  Cily  colois in   the last  two or  iliree seasons.   It  is  quite likely   lhat  the old  warhoise   Choyne  will  not  play,  but  wuh this exception, all the old players are expected  to be out. The learn  to  represent   New  Westminster    this  season   will   very   probably   be       S.  Gray,   W.   Gray,' Gal brail h,   T.   Gilford,  Rennie, "Biscuits" Pccle. Turn-  bull, Latham, W.  Gilford, Lynch, Od-  dy and  Bryson.    This will' make      a  v:*ry     strong  team,   and  Vancouver  will   have   lo  do   their   very best     if  they  win.  The Terminal  City      team  will he a'ithoul   (lie services of Yor'/o  who   has   joined   Seal tie,   but      Van- j  coJiver      has  plenty  io  choose  from  and  will   be able  to hold   their own  with   the  best.    Joe  Reynolds       has  consented   to   play again,  nnd  it     is  likely   that   Ban'  will' do I lie  same.  They  will  be  a big hell   lo  the    defense,     In .goal they .will have Teddy  ''amphel!,-w'no  is claimed  to be      a  dandy.    Besides   these,   (here  will  be  .Mian,      W. iWalhcsoii, G. Mailicson,  ShorinaltcT, Cameron, Morrison, Douglas,   Cao,   Godfrey,  Ritchie  ai.'d   Mc-  C'onahy���������all  good   men  and  who  will  do their lust lo taW the pennant Id  Vancouver.    The   loam   (hat  is   hard  lo size up is Seal lie.    They have    a  number-of good  rhen, and arc out'to  try and make flood for the first   season.    Tin:   plajspfs  arc.  mostly       all  Known   in   Victoria,  and   include  live  or   siv   cx-Vicloriaiis���������Eil.lie   Milino,  captain of the (cam, is known   to i*v--  erymie   in   Victoria.   W.   Clark     also  hails  from   (his  city,   having   played  wilh  lhc Stars in  1801 and  the seniors  in   .1SJIS-!)!)  The,local team to play on i the 2'lth  or May against Westminster has not  \c( been decided upon, but they \'ill  lie able lo give a good account of  (hems. hes. There arc plenty of players lo pick from, an<l if all the . 1 tier seniors would get out and drill,  ilii-re would lie a learn from Viclori  ia lhat -.would give them all a run for  |j' their money Among the old seniors  who have finally decided lo play .'-.rd  p West, McCoiinell and. the Lorvimev  RJ broilers; while Jos.*c, While and ���������  Pcele have not yet decidtul. Along  with tlusc theie will he Mendron  and Munro, from Winnipeg; 'ami Hague ami Stewart, from Nanaimo, to  choose from, as' well as a number nf  intermediates. But. if the local team  expect lo win I hey will have to get  (Hit and drill and get in shape f-.r  unes.   ,j   NANAIMO.  '..'Mr. and Mrs. L. P, Masters and  i\Irs. I?attcrs:on, of Vancouver, arc  visitors- at Nanaimo, their former  home. ��������� ���������   ���������     Nsi.  -  i\lis. Ralph Smith is expected hame  sooii; and Mr. Smith before the Li.d  of  the -month: ''���������".-  Tonight,. at lhc'. Opera Mouse, Nanaimo, "II M.S. Pinafore" will be  given.  Mr. Theodore Bryant, has resigned  (0j.his position of .Postmaster., at Wellington, and Mr. W. H. Kelly has  Ik'ui appointed to take charge of the  oiiice. Mr, Bryant has gone north on  ore of thc--v s-iivcy parties charged  with Lhc duties-or determining/-..the;  Ala.ska boundary.  In No. One mine yesterday, there  were two accidents, says the Nanaimo Herald, one to .1. W. Vipoiul,  which was only slight, his leg being  bruised by being caught between a  roj.e and a. prop, and ihc other to  Mr. Joseph Thompson, of Strickland  Street, who suffered sex-re injuries  by a fall of rock, l'e was taken to  the hospital where an operation .was  I cil'onr.cd af once, and at a late  hour last irght his condition was des-'  iril.ed as "pr.'tly shaky, but likely  to pulMlirough."  W.  |  hard  ���������>���������  Wins the  in the  I  Water  Consisting of Jug, six turn-  biers and    tray-pretty   designs-assorted patterns.  No two alike."  $1.75 Per Set  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  GATACRE ST.  IiA.DY8MITH  W. G. Fraser  Merchant TaiJort  (1st Avenue)  Spring Stock on hand, Caffearly and ���������  get your choice.  s. w.  means  SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT  (>ur  Spring   Stock  has  just arrived,   and   now  is   a good" time to    paint.  Covers  more  and  lasts  longer    than any-other Paint on  the market.  LADYSMITH HARDWARE6 CO., Ltd  Charlie    Dunn  MERCHANT TAILORS  '"'���������'������������������     NEW    SPRING   AMD   SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVED.  .Charles  Dvnn." of the above, firm, v isits -Iiadysrnitli every. Sunday for the  purpose of taking measurements  and    seeing customers    personally.    May  be seen at! the Ilotels.     We guarantee,all stock and a perfect fit at    the  lowest possible rates.   Suits from      $15.00 up.   Pants������������������[1*0111 $1.00 up.  All  "Hand-made. * .'.���������������.������������������' .      --  REALESTAi jtL  MRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT 5NSURANC E  D1-1EDS,   WILLS,   MORTGAGES,   C ONTRACTS  I , DRA WN.  AND   AGREEMENTS  JOHN-STEWART  CGNVEYAXCING-  P. O. Box 268  NOTARY   PI"  U.IC  BARGAINS  IxLALIiLINES"   -  OF GOODS'CAR-  K1EDBYUB  WATCHES, CLOCKS. RINGS, JEWJBZB-IT-Slli  TERWARE. FANCY GOODS OPALLKIBfDS  B.FORCfMHER  VVATCHMAKEK,   JEWELER,  OPT1 CJAN  First Avenue,    X   X   X      Ladysmith,   B.  C  Dr. R. B. Dier  Sargeon Dentist  Ml work guaranteed, and at reason-  Fresh  able rates.  ������3  High St.  Ladysmith  OY'S  ���������Li? S    W  0  i8^  Dfliitil  memm^mmmxsBmr  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  1st   \venue,   --r Lad/smith.  \  I  J,' Q -*���������  ^1  '���������l-il  m

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