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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger May 17, 1906

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Array LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.  The LADVSM.TH DAt^LPnnPP  VOL,,2  THURSDAY  MAY J 7, I'lOU  LADYSMITH DRAMATIC  > CLUB ENJOY MIM-  SEtVtS AT DUNCA  ?'        memlb  i{       " while  %  The Ladysmith  Dramatic Club je-  turned at twelve o'clock ioday, af'te|  havingl playeU at  Duncan   lal>l   evening,, to an cnthusiasl ic audience.  The  memlbers of  fhe company  state that  while Me house was not packed, owing  to  the  lack  of    adveiUsing,     it  was fair,  and, those  who  wee there  ei'itainly soemeli lo enjoy   themselves  jddging    Ly    the  rounds  pf applause  which    greeted     Uie     local    actorj.  '    Those present last evening  WJ|0 witnessed  the  play  as, produced  in  Ladysmith and  thought  it  veiy   good,  here state  that last   night at  Duncan  tlic     troupe     excelled       themselves,  and owing to  (ho recent frequent ic-  iM-amls. were enabled  to  put on   a  first   class    production last   cvcnintg  TJie enthusiasm of thc audience als0  i-elped    immensely, and the members .  of the troupe were gi\i-n    to under. I  .stand  that should they at' a   future I  date return to Duncan, they can   be j  ,   assumed  of good support  from *   tho  citizens of that place  ',   A   very on joy ah lc" dan Ire   was   held  after the'performance,    and  llie    ic-  \tiirii .  trip  was    made  Uu.-*  mornuig  "'with out accident,    with one c\cc|i"  ,t-ion.     One of  the  p,,rfv,  if, issaixl  in waving a  last farewell  to    some'  .ol  the,   fair sex,   il*ecaine enthusiastic   to .the    lextrnt   of dropfarft   his  five .dollar hat   to the giound.      As  the rate  WILL SURVEY FOR  A SAWMILL SITE NEAR CITY  PRICE    FIVE CENTS  REBEL CHIEF  CAPTURED  Berlin,' May* IS ���������The Uerman   consul   at  Capetown -    . today      cabled  tfcat  Cape police had  captured  Mor-  engo, the leader of the rebels in Gei-  iiin.ii South Africa aad several of his  h amors,   m   British   Ten itoi*.\,    nn,I  had La hen them  to    1'ppinu.ton,  C'Lij>f<  Colony-) NTliu native  rebellion  in (Jpi  man  Soulli   West  Africa  up  loMnnli  Hiis year had cost   Ihe 'German   fcov-  einmenl   *l."������0,Oo6,000.-     Moroiif-o   V  clmiaeLc-imi  a*,   a  man     of      great  intelligence ami   well .ethical ed.  Ui'A-  of  FOR GOOD ROADS.  \lbnny, May 16.���������Oovernor  gins today signed several* lull*,  (ho loinl higl.wnv commission relative lo good, i o.ids. Die most important  ol   which    is    the   one which  carries with  it nn nppropi intion      of  i , *  ������������������j." 000.000   lm this \o.u V portion   of  the      woik under  the    const ilul unial  amendment    wlueh   piovidod    for      a  S.'iO.01)0,000 bond   issue    hy lhe &tnt<-  for such "impio\ement. ,'   '  IVIessfs,    Skinner   and  Holmes  Engaged to Survey Plot of  Ground at Head of Bay  State    That   Hooper  Bros. Will  _  Erect Sawmill Near Indian  Reserve \  ** it*^^^^.       *--Mia-*j  At noon today, Messrs.  K   M.ma   to  the  pioposod  new mill  SCHOOLCHILDREN  WILL CELEBRATE  Programme Js Being   Prepared end  Children Are Enthusiastic Over  Prospects of Day's Sport  A  Winnipeg despatch says-    Distn-   ii/.i.      ������ A ,  bution of the field partes of u������^eoj Will  March Grom   School House to  TO PERFORM 1M-  POPTAMT WORK  logical   survey for tihe coming   sum  met,   for  Ihe  pin pose of  determining i  the nuliual   resources in  eu-iy    part |  of    the    Dominion  will  be made   tithe following fields. .  The \rry important woilc of   moa- j  Bunker Grounds Where Sports  Will Be Held May 23  At the last  meeting ol   tlie Roan:!  l-.Mni*-v<i"-  tJws" traun  was  tiaveling at  of twenty miles an hour, the. pf*  11onian did not attempt to recover  his piopeily, hut wore one of the  ���������piopi-it-" hats to Udvsmith.  ulI- aiid |������ (J. Holmes, arri-rd m  Iwd. inn th fiom Duncan witii thou  si.nc. iii.stniiwnts, and left immediately after hmcli for the head , i i  thc bay, where they will bcm^a-.eil  in suncying a plot of ground ij, a  niillsite which ' will be'erected hy  floopei   IUos , ol   Duncan.      **���������  Mr. SUnnei today stated Uat  while he flic] not 1 inw Wie caruriLv  oi  the  It w.s icporlfd in Lady smith .soma  tm.e ago, that a compwiy who aie  at present situated near C'lieinaUHi.s  tiiUndc-d to obtain a sitci-fa now  mill near Ladysmith, i^t nolIun^Ue,  Inita was e-.wn out, a'nd the rcpoii  wis disoreditod. IJoweici, theecml-  in������l down (d surveyors *is tai\en aw a  u-ry ir-md .siren that lhc election of  a null will he gone ahead with anil  11"- prohabililios .uc.-tli.it owmfi   tn  -Mir.ng and valuating  Uie gruels ���������  of ������0| S(1)0ol Trus! ������       ^        fc*   '  Konanza    .uid   Hunker crocks,     n ar  from    Principal Dakin,  in which   iu  Dawson, lor  the purpose oi   arm in- .""' ,   V        ai uakl".  m w,1'cl1   hJ  ������t ������ ...������!   ^i.-nt.. ,.f m.��������� ������.m    ���������-..    st'ltc<, that li  was ������������ intention   to  itioW a celc-btrati-'A on  Empire   D:y,  Hay 33rd.     The pjrogrgmme projios-  re  to*  J. '  rial    flriooer   Hiv^   l.o.,l   rn������������..i    '*..:  ���������uiiiju,  at a just   estimate of (he gold  maining    in  them    is   enti listed  Messrs    Rf  tt.  McCoiuicll    and     ^. ��������� H   ,���������������������������       .       ,. -    :- -     ,   -   -  Keele,   assisted   bv   Messrs.   Muclaren   f, \T   n , p,|bhsh:d, at  fchat tn ^  and O'Faircll. / , but Mr.  DaUn's report re6ardh*g ih..  A sceoKi Yukon party,' under   Mr  j "i"*; |? aS foJ,0WS:  Caims.   will    study  the rich    siher '        ������ fo,Jow^  rs  the proposed po-  camp of Windv  Arm and will sim cy ' f^"'"0 l������r Kn;piro ^ ceU*uatl- n-  and report ���������pu,  (he eoal  depo.it. ol'i ^"l*? ?"% ''i"d iSStrt"*  White fforso - | *   lccomnM>nded by the    Depaitm:*n  In Bnt.sh ColiMBWa. Messrs. Brvk |JLf^Ti' *?."*������ io '^ '(<'}  Young and Hoyd will furnish tto ������-*"** ������n tI*p^1JB?W of MaV' 23"  liausti\e study  ot Rorsland camp and '  da).  Throwing la������elall���������Prize.        '     "  Kickinw   K-jotball���������Pii/cf ���������  For tie ]fist nrtpegate in c t io  aLove events the boy will ix-ceive .i  told medal.  Obstacle race���������Prize. v .  1 hree-leeged Race���������Frirc  Potatoe race���������Prize.  Ilorse-baclc  race,   (lioys  horses)   -  Prize.       "   ������  Relay race���������Prrze. .'   ,  GIRLS.  f)0 yaid dasli���������Pn/.e.  Threading needle- race���������Pi t7c.  Throwing  baseball���������Prize. "'    ,  Baokivard  race���������Priae.  Ulindfold-lace���������Pri/e. .     "  VOTERS j-A VOB-  ������������������'���������:.���������  MUNICIPAL PLANT  Votin&-������es^ay~f-^  <:ir,/wi   .1.,*   n v, '     "     i "J   i"*^"   iienidiiii   lor  Jun'hei       it   wil1   1a,ci  eo-mi>Jetc   ttie work Ijaeun I    q-w^ .    -'.     * f   -,.a,1I!,  stood  thai   ftooper  Ikes had  recent-   Ivill  be hu.lt as  lapull ���������    ���������Z'sM������ I���������  Uie ���������������������-������������������������ ***** ���������������  1������W. Mr.      SSl1, ^"���������)"The Akple   Uaf  the coast  wh.ch    w,||  be c.n^nunt f is yet obininable.                ������   "   rich prospects of coal fand other* ^fc^ ^'     'te '    Por  <he bcsL -������������������K-*te a ������.U(ah1o  """    erals in  the Bulkley valley   on    the     ihnTii   /   h < n silver  set is being offered    '  OPERA HOUSE  ��������� ITHE C P   P '--^ ^ate��������� ������- -^ ^^ m,2r' ard ������*������������������  ��������� Ked' Wtc   Pri"ciml DaU^seen ^y ^i:  IVTDVn^    W/T-vf-i*^-   ���������f j Pacific.     Mi   C.  Camsell goes to U c  lNr!/Al   WEEK IRAJM j?OBBP"R^'Si,HllkanM*11 distnct to-stl,dy anJ  i iwuucjxo maiJ that.important and newly aw-  jakiened mining area     Mi. L&roy vill  ing'the prerpaiations  for 'celtariratinj  v More Ballots Being baS fpr City  than..Company; -  c  . ��������� mm*****mmmmmammmmammm^'  Council  Will, Says the Mayor; .Com-  mence Investigator s Re. Water  Supply as Soon as Possible  '.ROANOKE."     one    of  the   most  baiutii'iil southern  dramas  e\cr written,  will- i,e seen at  the   Ladysmith  '0|ver.i House,  Friday, iVay 25.     The  jno^lri'or-iijr pi ess speaks in lhe liie>,ii-  psrfoi^*ri)rTinr^^o^cTirir'-^'Tfie-  supnorting  ^company is^an~^'^-cellF^lt,  one,.and it is certainly io"~be hoVwl  (hat the Ladysmith  people, who likc  ft good  show,   will   turn cut in good  force     Seits*  on  sale at  B   Porcim  nier's  i '  While the votnii*. yesterday  on  Uio   nnia, in  LotJi cieel s,  lhe possibilities  "   '" 'of tuuiins,    one cieok  into   anothei,  plant'���������Ulli also^flnd out how  much     watei i-.|,!'s Landing  (.iicstion    of     whether     a   com pan \  should own the electric light  or   tho city  own   the same,  was not '  large, there were enough baltots cast |  .to show  the interest  taken    in     the  subject and   the poll  resulted    a.*; lol-  lows:  For City ownership        For  Company  ownership  ..  Spoiled"       f   Total votes cast  ,    Majority  for City ownersluj),  , This mean/;   (-hat  it is'now  !)1  . ;i������)  .    2  .  '15  !."���������  up   to  tlic Council to get in, 11 possible n,  formation on the o.'uesiion of install-  ing lights,, cost of- burning, whet hei  or not is is possible to secure water, and how much., etc.  ���������Mayor Nicholson stated t���������ilav that  while nothing definite,coukl be done  until the Council meeting novl Monday night, it was the intention of  some of the alilennen to visit i\lc-  Leoid  and  Bush  Creelts  before     thai '  VU'OMFJN' NOTES.  Niconien i.s  an islaji i  m blue Frasei  \.illey. about  II milus leng by   one-  louith  of that in width     A mono-   ,j,  oldes*t  settlers  o���������  it   <ue  Joseph De-  icche   (after      whom  a    neigil/joiuift  p-osl-oflice on   the mainland  is   named) and    Da,,    AfcDunald,  of McDon  Mr. Deiocha Jus ovei  700     acies*  of    line;   fertile, soil     on  winch   he   feeds a  larg?    numtci    o  luises  ami cattle.     During the c-*rl}  SOU Pni.inr o-xcitpii-cnt h,e eiigaRutl iii  .mli  K am loops,  May lfi.-'Ilie  thiee cap-  1ui-ed   UP.R.   Iran   roW.crs  ace,safe  behind   the fcms      Conr'table   Fcnue  to whom     the    capture, is due,  has  ���������Loon on  the trail night and ilai **iiiioi  -+he--'-^vo+ri>r.yJ*----^.()nc������.*.s*lh������^prisoj������piis_  were 'in���������the -warden's-'oflice, v'lhe process of entering  them  upon  the'jail  iceonls was.proceeded with, and eao,h  one  was  snairh-xl  from  toes to head  Thev all   took  the process  coolly.  The fust to ;-',o through the hands  ol the officials was the o!'d(maii -Goo.  KdH.ii.ds,    who too\     his    inodicine  be employed from the international  boundary northward and important  discoveries of valuable rnineraJln ckie  to tide water are exrie-:ted from his  work.  Iii AlJ-erta Mr. .D. B. Dowling will  continue.,.the Jnjportunt work ol de-  limitirif tire extension of theanWa-  cite coal a'n*a, northward -from tlie  rnjiin line of tlie-C.P.R., and will  explore for other aieas as far north  as the Jasper .pass Mr. Dents, in  connection with 'his work on * coal,  oil and gas, will visit tlie Pinoher  creek oil  fields  and also report upon  vith almost nonchalance      He    now   the feasibility of tapping the   great  can l-.e' stored during  the hours whe.i  a   pl.-nt   would not  be rinnwig  In   fact    it   is   the  intention to I iu  out, every     detail    p<ssible icirardinr  (he matter  hcfoie subm.U.n-r ar.i'XL,',:';"'   ���������������"-������������������������������-������;��������� .���������* cnga.  c,   by-law,  m o.der   that the council   !,L,A,",,,g ������"  the CariW'������  ro^'  rna^ be in     a rosilion to tell     thc  \oters  just   what they  can do  !    Since the casting of  the last     two  votes,   the coi.ncil   ' have found     oui  Lw0 things,  firstly that' the nia'onty  of these who  vole'l  aie m   tavor    or  ib-uniE* electiic  lights   mstallrd,    4 *ec-  cmlly,   1h.it  thc majoiify   Of   iballols  cast    yestcr���������iay    aie i j  favor  of     a  municipally.owned plant.  Before thcs0  wishes   weie nsceilamcil   the   council  did not   feel ju.stifin.!  m  going   ahead  and spending  the    n-jecssary"   mone\  to  niMcstigalc    the  watei   icsyuiwi;,  but  now   Ifhpy  aie  Rissuiied   lluil   Ihe  people    w.int   light*.,   and   \\a.n(      t.lie  city  to   install   them,   thev   feel   thev  cm tell some interesting stories ol  those early times  Aicomen is connected with tlie  mainland hy t.Wo bndg-es-o-ie to  Dewilney station an-1 the other a  mile east ,A Nicomen station Ith.,'.  als0 telephone connection  Messi.s Coope., El-.-ell & C'aron  1'a'c msl stalled a |,.iwmili y,������uil  will be able to supply U.e local demand for fai.n ininovennnLs In tlm  proscnl   s(.,(,, ot   ,hc j,,,^..,    niar!vj  I'M.   enlerpiise should   pio.e .success-  ftil.  TllP'<- is .Uso an agitation lo have  * ������l.������r. 'bmlL ,��������� the ncipjlfo.ho^l  of iHcfJonal'Ps lanrim-r '  clams (orLe C,2 years, looks like a  main of 50, anh moved like .*  of 'JO ffe answered all the qfties-  tions put lo him coolly, but some  (inns hesitatingly, ewdontly considering his answers well ITe was ask  cd point l lank by one jnan whelilu-i  or nol he was Bill Miner", and the  arswer w.-ts, "Can't be, seeing that  i- neiei   heaid   of the man "  \ special |>hoiorr<i] h-r wJio was  on hand with (he correspondent wa.s  ro-nin.nicerwl by the officials to talv  photographs of the prisoners. He  dwl his pail/wilh I-Mw. ik, an"TtJue  o,d tiiinn was led to U'e cells N<>  disposed of, ihr������ second nirp to taoe  (he music  was  a ycting* man,    refm-  flow of gas escapuflg from the an.m  dened  well at Pelican   rapids  on the  Atluukusca.     Di    Chalmers will    investigate and icport upon the *bnck j  clay of the; plains ajnd Bntishl'ColUTn^  bia,   while  Prof.   Mahoun .wiH    stud'  lhe natural resources of  the countrj  alone the  Jm- of the G.T.P. tailwa-i  wcstwaid  from  fhe Manitoba  boundary.  TJie exploration of the country  alcng the line of the new railway  from Sas!;atchew.,n n\er to Church-  ill, on Ilndson' s bay will be the  work of Messrs. Mclnn&s and O'Sul  In an,     this    rep.ion ha<=  never    been  and Blue "  Q-*������������*ii    +...,. *        ,,.    . ' "���������������   vlvc I'r������paiai,ions  ror  F^'^iSS^^   "������aiE<"T������*y.   ^ated that ^t,he   ,,,,  Chonis-"ThP  r i^i ^f ������    ������    .   ..   parafc,on;<5' for -1 successful icndih'o,,  DuiTu drill *' thC MaP,V ������hf tJ;e **������ ������"*"������"������ ���������    ������������������*��������� '  SneccVs     ttt-     +,.... ������.. anca,!" steadily amongst the children.  "Our  d2 asetlrTn" ^ and he "SUPP������sed ^"speakers - won 1-  ���������-������', d"tF 3S Clt,7ertl  of t,us    E'^- liaise be in  readiness- when callr'l ^  SCthtFla"' *r*, ������ I',       ^  ,!^   and*���������^h   to  the     B,,���������iM:  ������a,Sing the Flag - Gwl Save .the   grounds, where the field spirts   w,l|  *" - Le held. " . "      . , .���������  .rTof���������':":- *"*-"t ~^^^c:i;  *���������<?Vb5Sr������,TB;      r,'������    "^ gr0'"ndS ������������������������������"������B  the   school;"'  HOYS notirealile.     The faculty have   c���������-  ':  joo^(1 d.���������-p^esih(er^lal ^oZ'^s^^x;z::ih '  ^nnm. Broad   Jump-Pri^ sil-er   children aad  themihes at  the" T-  410   yaid   run -Privo    -i ,        ������Cnt. S-vmn**si������"-   evhrt-itton,   aitul tin;  PuttS, ������rfiZT  p ���������       T'ne,Lal-    Tk WU1  l'*  ^tinned  ns- Ion.     --,     .  fuiwng u-e shot-Pi^e silver   me    ihe finances lrst " ���������=-*-���������  Rmm is  CALLED OR  ISAVS STATfMiNf  S--4  Nanaimo, May 17^-.  IS m  IftLE  Washingion,   May   Jti-UuHecl   Si a-  Uioro'ighly    explored,  but from     the'acted was tho cuttinff out 0f the rc-  aocounl,  of    travellers     tHro^h  it, lffatta   m connect���������������������������   uith  Uie   cele-  There was  a f���������n  attendance Qf the *������,  u      A  Victoria   l,ay oeiobration Commiltee Z,0TZ   "T^  ^  "    V^  last   nkrhL   ami.ii-    .i         ' h<'     A,,t������i ^"c lnsumn ���������  lion ^ m    C������n" C������mpan>   ���������  h*������"    *   ������J������������   ������������"-.  ������ec������ion   u.rh      the  proposed      da,'., committee     on   juJiciarv   todav     .a  Wis wa������ discussed   at  -.oine l������iffth. reiutaUon   oi the stalmnent      'miulu  The  most  important  busim-ss    tran-j >este,'da.y  beioie  tho   committee     ,,y  Mlss    Ji. liaison oi .V.-u    ioik    m u-  cd   arirl   ii.lelligeiiL  Hooking,   who     in I ,nM'e ;ll'e  Rf;o'l hol-cs  that large   ar-I,  a ���������,';-||ct  \ o ce I've hi-: name as Lew    P"1S!   nf rr"*r ���������,-*"-"*'*���������  -.-���������...;   - *.      brftri  uary for   the  'Aim,,uoi*ir     3nsiu*aii.������  lime, and get as clear an idea of are expected -to do all in theh' S���������b fe^ ���������- !m ������"VV������*d Slom ������������������*  the ������lt.uation ,-egarding w,a.er aA;nil-Jer to find out nisi what lhe S of' , ��������� ^^ m ^ ^awl. one  able as  possible before  the .inking   do.  and  how  muel.  il.  will    cost Tie % nn'1^1  ^^ of-,,roflt    to  Mondaymght. ,..fc is (he intention do it, before submitting a , >,ev S, S V, da^"?������.-.thc crea^i  after^ the    meeting to at once-   s^'by-law    for  the purposiT ot   rlt *  '    '-������"   ^  trai  cure the .services of an icvpert, l��������� Ufo, the necessarv. monev   to    insl-,11 '  ���������exact   rnea-sureineiifs     ���������r   -vat.:.r   .-,:,,,��������� elcclric ligJit plant/  in   a I  an  FACTS...--AfiOUT COAL,  'dust at  thi,������ tiiii.il, it is  intorcslins  to _ recall    sonie    dl'the  fundamental  facts  relating'���������to'the antlinieiie     industry,   and   particularly   to   its .history  during   the  la.sl,  decade!,   iPrai;-  ���������tically all the' anthracit.e coal    iniiiwl  in the United Statics conies from  tilio  three, hard   coal  fields  of  nortilieiist-  crn Pannsylvania.     These fields    lies  within eight counties,  which  hctwicjcn  them  contain  less  tilian noo    s^iuarn  miles    of   coal, .producing- teri-itt.ry.  Small as the  district, is, however, it  lias for some    time, produced    sonic  70,000,000 short tojis  a year   The in-  Justry   is said   to  rep.rosent   a capital. iiLvestaient of  $700,000,000,  and  !.he annual    value  of   (lie  product at  ���������he mine's  mouth   exceeds   $110,000,-  >00.     About $.00,000,000 is- paid   an-  mally in  wages, to  the 100,000   em-  iloyees.     A   population  ol  n?arly    a.  nillion  men,  women .and children, dc  ���������endent for    the most part  on     tl'ie  .nthracite.   industry,    reside    in  the  |axd coal country,  the most   impor  tant   urban    centres  of    which     are  Scriiiitin,' Wilkesbarre,   PoLtsvillcand  Hazel ton.     The   recent suspjen'sion of  ���������hand coal  milling,  which. bef;an  .wiien  tJie.worke.rs  left the mines  in'Miarch  ���������'11,  is  the -third '.ordered ,by  lhe  Un-  iled   Mine ��������� iWJorlcers   of. Americasipico  thai, body undertook  to con 1 nil- the  anthracite-industry.7   T'he  first   sis-  pension   ondcr  issued,in  this     region  ���������by 'Mi'.it   organization  tool;  efiVct ' on  Sci-tf.17,  .1000,  and  lasted  but     six  weeks,  (luring  which  the  price, of'domestic sizes  of  iho c})nii!msl.i||-h*  rose  only   $1.25���������that   'te    from. 5. SO    to  $().7f).    Thc sottlemciit of. the   strike  is  said   lo  have (tiein   brought .about  ������y  M������r'< Manna, who insistc-d'v   upon  the temporary, concession by  the operators   of  the  most  important     demands made  by   the    .iners,'lest,   the  Republican  candidate for   the presidency  should: .be defeated  in   .Pennsylvania-.       The  memorable, .strike   'of  1902 ������������������ began  on -May. 12, and did   not  come; to an end   until  Oct.   23    miring  those five  months 0r more      the  ���������   ,,���������   .    ,��������� ���������    Dewidnev  '������   he s*-*t lo   Vancouver; '  ^''������������������������    important island  is not   ���������������*,  "���������en   , (o   consKlerat.ion   the   fertili-  '-'  ������f.'ts  soil and if,-  favorable  "aticMi for- loth  i-iii    ��������� i        al,k Sl "  portation. ^^-"^r trana-  ���������VOTJ|,D,VT MISS IT.  .MaW-Are yoil   at  home   fo     Mrs  S;. lm,M;? s,ip'x at ������������������������������ "ooT ���������  ftl.-sl-U'ss-l  am     if she , '  ������������������".l-on-not otherwise.  . Um T0>ElX^EftTAPART  Mi;.   JCnowail   (lnll,bJ,in.g)_Can    von  ell  me,  Miss De^ mite.^^Z  Ji^nre betw-een a  w*ise man  and I  Miss De Witto-A wise man knows  ������e is a f0ol and is miscrflibie; . the  fool  thinks  he is  ^  nnd ^    B,e  *i'miiii-r.-���������-i���������rri-itiiui ���������- - '  m������������������u.,,uL^^rmr ���������������-!���������tM>t, ,������������������ muu&m ^^  codciiteil    figure of $25   a ton,  an,.|  very little could be obtained at that  Price.    The cost of, the strike  to tho  eon.suuk rs alone  is   C'-i'ljiihoun,   Its,  inlionality  as    a  Canadian, and   his c.e< upation     .is   a  lookkcepei.       lie was  veiv  r-ticrnt,  an I   said   nothing   except   in    answer  to   the  official's   qicstims,   and     ],e-  I lic<l   to   (liem   in mono.sylla'hlos    This  ''���������   fie man  supposed  to  ha\ e     come  fiom   Phoemv      His demeanor  crcal  id  -or," sympatic   anifv*^ those pi is-  ?< i al   die e* a,,,.nation so uinformlv  ���������I' i< (   nnd  er-'iilcot'S    did  he  apiear  Although   perfectly self-collected     ],e  ���������scnnied  (���������  fee]  bis  position l-fniiy  Uliile (he   f���������-(,t    two  were unxlergo-1  inr.  Ihe ollicial .prccres/a savajv look j  mg.little man  sat with one  leg;,1 <*,,,.  f,i*-e*' ,l":1     prtpr-ed  up  on a     chair  liof..������re Ihim   while  he allcinatelr.^ar-  rd  at    |J!,e officials or smiled Priml  nf  some of  the others  preset. 1 ' This  .wi-.s    "Shorty"    Thomas Dunn,    tin  \w -of   the   bandits  wJio   put  up   (he  ,".*M   when   the arrest  wrr-  made n,���������  I received    a   bullet  hole  in  his     a.na-.  ������������������mil,*-     for    his   pains,     h,, was oyj.  donlly suffering from his  wound   but'  hore   the 1)ain  with  stoicism, merely  gritting 1.is   teeth   when hi.s  leg  gave  an  unusually.severe Iwingo. lie gave  (lie  officials  more UwiMe when  U^.y  were  filling up his record.     r-Tis    j-,,'-  tionality    he sa,id   ho didn't     know'  "Rut  it down  anything,"  and   when  .asVed for  his- residence it was  "A.njv-  where, evervwTiercf"  -���������eio-    (, ���������  ������o, roc .���������ulin,���������s ,.������,���������������*���������������������������. i"-- ��������������������� ������.������-������jr. stl ^.^rT ������������������:;:  er.ils  will   be found  there. |la* to the unceitainty     as. to   whe  r������  n. !���������..���������    i*      -^ ��������� '���������, " '   iaDCe   ComPa-������es   knew  whethoi* tb, y  Jn  Ontario Di    Bell will ilovisemd ,thcr   or  not    some   ot  the most   im- 'would not be  sol von l      vihen      th.-y  n,sh  his  previo:s  work  in tbecwa. 'Portant events   on  the proposed  nst 'pay their San Pranciseo losses Ttu.a  u\   norm   of Uie   Huron  and    Lai* , ������'  aqquatio   sports   would   material-   was.   ,saicl .Senator   Tmlkelev        a,,-  .Miienor     Mr.   Collins  will  geologic-   "o- namoly, thc Indian cano,. iarn     '���������olutely   no foundation   .o.-'suih    .  .... - v,; ioi liJVvtl T\ ,of >    no couotj ,n *hich to raco'a,ul .he !aiew of - Am*-i��������������� ���������i>-y  - 'Pl-QCH1' ^*--e'--*    W   M. JoJm   as all  of the   leading  sottlemenLs  on   who   did   not   know    just   whore       it  ������������������ nn   will  continue   the  work en  ihe   the Island  ������r* .sending eivws to  khsei   maps south  and west of Petei-  boiouyh  Dr.   Bili-low,    with    a  strong   field  the   stood  financial] <  party,  will    trat*e  the extension  There w as on y  regatta in Victoria, iho Xnuaimo _two or three c*mpan:cs ^bhh  camp is unable to borrow a boat for 'could not pay their loss.*.*- out .jf  the-occasion and conscgf'iently ar������ f0i*   Uieirs'iii-pli.s and still  live.   The' r. ���������--  , ��������� , - - , -. ,__��������� -.      ----.,���������������        ..VI.-, i   ui.  Oi   cwlto reluctantly abandon tho   id'-'a   timony \--as  fak������i.   dui-iiig    the 1  II    of  entering    a. crew     for   ihc  ���������i..-iir-  il.e   i-vilver-beariog rocke   ol    Cofiill  ca.stM-ard . into Quebec      while     tu-   i   '  "l"'K    -1   *-'^v    ""   l"*-'   ���������  ������o������m  i ������ffs   -wnicn  are  progressing    on-   Hie  U'ilsoii, Parting from Lake   A������t3bi   t0"���������a"Tl-     ,"> u .     ,Al,ies hil1 ^^ ^ilnHou   of    ,n-  will   explore  aloli-   the   line   of      ti won 1,1  mean   the      cuttmg  sur.-.nce     in the;- JDisli-icf   ���������f    Coin n-  O.T.P.railwav  the   important. ,roa'iS ��������� ������Ut ������''   lh"   moyt  i������u','(>sti������S   ^ents   bia.     DWi;ussii,g-the   Armstrong     a-  Murc-nian rocks'to   tlie eastward I ������"  lh"  '>roC,'a,,imt'    and  as  the    re- -vest-igaUon %nd   the     irreguhu-ii -es  N'ew nr,tmswic!( will have \-o mz ima'nine Bm,ls would bo hu,'tlly I-"'������*1S1'*- out. ffi1a)int; conncctiou, S-n  ties ui.der Dr. .EUs an���������j ftrr 'u { A'\wor,b ct***''-e ������ retfaita as one of ator Bulkeley sriidf:the-.v: did ���������ot a  -Johnston. The former assisted* ,hv I the-a.Umct|,,ns in connection with rise from 't.ho'-iiit-ernai'.-ntanagrtiu.-nt  ���������>lrl   Robert,   will   construct   a   e. i     (the *'e*'-'-'irf*-,i*ui  the  committee doc id-  of the  geoio-   ������d to      cut       out the  and      put       the  money  appropriated   ror .that      purpose    to   ly from the: jo.nlou.sv* of ��������� financiers  to  other attractions which, would  be  of .get    control    of the   vast     funds    of  ruoi*-*   interest   to the public at large,   these  institutions.  ���������  A  regatta,  unless   it  be a gaod -*���������-" i  is   no  attraction   whatever,    and   t.hc-^r  -       ... lars   more   is       available   for      cele-  gipnl.and  topographical  map   of St. <  John city and   its environment, and  will _visit the important mines of thc  province.-    Mr.  Johnston  will'emm-  nro -along the.-.proposal    route of th*  ;      -railway through! tho province.  Mr.   Fletcher    will return   t0     the  rorbrook; iron district and  will  also  .supervise  the -deep  -boring**   for  coal  at New Glasgow,  a matter 0f     ti������  Breatest  importaiieo in  the  probable  ������x-Wttsion  of con mm of NovcSco-  ,tiaf     Mr.  Fttri:al,Jt   will   aqain     be  etiiMoj-ed'upon the  gold arc-i of   th���������  Van. ! Atlantic/coast of Navtt Scoti,  companies ot from' the   p.T-  regatta 'sonal    or ,'ofnclal    dishonesty    of'ihe  that     was   officers  of: tK������   companies,   |)ut  whol-  conimittert are   to  bo  commended  for  the  io  Mr.   In.gall has    !���������������-������*��������� p->tiru<ii/y*   .r������..* a-s   it   was thought  the  IA I.���������.. J- . .'..IU������������I ....  THE  v.   v. &  E.  .John   Hendry  annoiijieed   al  comer on Tuesday  that  all  the  sari  \-evs   for  the   V.   V.  &   R..     railway,1"*'    preparation   of a  much   nonilmi  on    this  side    of    Ho^i.fttounl,)^    bulletin  upon  the iron See,     ol  have now b<vn completed, and it   i,s , Can-id,- aml  for this pm-pc^e will vis/  expected  that  the  actual    work     of , >t all   the important iron  Rrad'ng    will    .be  started within    a   centres,  month.    The rails    liiave been     pur- j  chased  some  time,   bt't  will not    l-.e   sou roes,  delivered     on  the  coast  until  I September. deposits  their  action   in   appropriating'  money    set   aside, for   regatta  poses to   uses    that will   g*iv������    morel  satisfaction  to   the general' public,  on '  Victoria  Day. '  Tt wa.s  also  decided  not.   to award '  prize.-i  for   the   best   decorated    store  the    preparation  producing  a ,-ui*.    Mr.   Denis will continue his  work on  the   ooal,  oil and  gas     ro_  mer- I  chants of the city would attend j  to this important subject without .'  having as an incentive a cash prize. |  Consequently the Mini   of thirty    dnl-..'  bration purposes and'the . commit toe  .will   no   doubt     see   ��������� that  the in.in-  1,111"  ey. in'well  expended.  The collector reported .subscriptions to be about 3100 more than  last year, which': is very gratifying' indeed, and all that remains  now  to  mal-e the  affair a     fuian-.ial  . ,       .,, *���������        --      Mr. Mcintosh will devote   his field  ���������*fwith hH -ati        I   'nid   Mr-I-%a������-work   to  the   oollectimr of Informa-  deposits ������D *' *****   ir������D   ti0n ^n ������'e ������������*M'������8 ���������������**������riah    of  Kas-fcrn Caaa-da.  holiday w*alh-ir,  which means a bumper, attendance  at  the day's sports. 1  The chairman,  Kcerot-ary' anil   In* is-  I urer   were   appointed   a   special   e\jo-  Jutive  committee  to .settle all       m it-   '  tors   thnt mity arise   before   the dual   -'  meeting  of  the      general  eammi teB.  Which   will   be  held    on     \Vfd.n * .day  night next. -  Uf  ��������� 'til  ..���������/������������������A  - /sal  ���������    -v*-|  ���������-1  ; irl  ** nl  '    "'i  ���������-I  A<A  *! tti  *��������� -^ l  '���������'*l  ���������D HE DAILY LCD6CR  e������blisned   ev������ry day axcept Saaday.  ���������*       THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE,, AT I-ADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  ���������Ivanc*.    advertising rates on ap.  Plication.  UA1LY    LKOor;-;  THURSDAY   MAY 17, 190C  FERRY BOATS  COLLIDE  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING '  Wood and Bark for Sale  SI-:lV  J    KEMP.   OR J.UAVE    ORD ERR   WITH  ��������� W.   CARTER,  riRST  AVKNUE  PHONE      6 U  lac /smith transfer stable j E^inialt   & Nanaimo Railw������������  -Pit, ^.p ^  ||;:  PIANOS,      ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     *us*.  ED  PROMPTLY  A    ND  SAFELY  I'     MOV-  KSaea  Le.we oulwi at   !..  ���������  ���������  I  4  I  t  Stables in the rear of the Lai1 ysjuilfi hoicl.  Abbots       ford  WASKET, PROP  NOTICE  New   York.,   May  10.���������The       double  -lacked    icuy    boat   tlaltinioi-'j   01   Lhe  i't'iiusylvania    "Ttuilioad       C'ompafly,  aaak hi hei  jjip  at  tho    foot  01   lle.*.-  brosse*.   Stieet,    North      Jii\e-       lu-  nigiit after having  been in    collision  with a stoam  lighter    ui   uiiclstiuam  Following   the  cra-.li     thi'   Capl        of  the   Baltimore:   oi<lci<*d       lull      speed  ahead,   and rushed hib   boat into thu  New    Vork slip.     The vessel had  bc-  gua  to  settle  before  tne    last       oi  Uui  150 passengers U'acliod tin- landing stage.     All  got  a*.hoie      Mifcb  Tho crew    was  Mimiuouod   to       iho  "PlHsr decks before the   Baltimore tiii-  ,ally settled on  the inuiV boll oui  ,  o   CEI.ESTIAL  EMPIRE ARRIVES  LADYSMITH   WATErt WORKS  Consumers ,-re  requested to  call  at   the office      on   Robert*:   Street   ���������������������������  pay Water     Hotes, hot ween the 10th    and  tlie 23th of each rn nth.  Offfee Hours i P= Eld. 4.30  I. I BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  "   Vancouver, May 16.���������The       steam  ���������  -trawler   Celestial    Empire  noia Jin*-  J-    -keiiuead,   armed   in   poit       Monday  eveaing-after a voyage   of   JO.') da.���������\s  She.sailed in February stnd   came lo  this--port  by the  St i aits ol   Magell-  ,J������*R - The trip en rouie was at timet  made   unpleasant      bi   bad weather,  ,but- on the whole a successful     voy-  ���������'   ^aga^was accomplished     Pilot       Put-  -    ,rt^?on,was  picked   up  at      Victoiia  '      yesterday'. moping   and   un.de*       his  *     supervision   the   Celestial        Emmie  v.arrived-h������r������,   , decked    with       main  ..^%TJ������ trawler is the fust ol its kind  to!'operate  on.,this const     and       i*>  ���������     .������quipped., with   the   latest   Appliances  "[ in^yogue.-    She  is owned     by        the  Canadian, Fish    Company,     a     local  . //organization,   ������������������ecently    foi'mr-ii       bi  - ^prominent business men of this  -t������" -place.,-'" The vessel will receive -i  i;.Vtoorough .overhauling, nftei which  ] i  "the flnn,' will enter hei   into the  fish  ;':"v'*^ng' ^industry     at    Dnron    Euliancc  - - and -Hecate  Strait.  HOT WORDS PASS  IN AMERICAN SENATE  I 1       .  Washington M.iy ld-'JIic i i-loiiI nol to si*-, that Mr Ua iloy 'desoi v-  eftoi ts of ihe l'lc-sidem and \h>> Jk-m- ed the suspicion but that his inoL-  ocr.Uic seiniton.il Imili-is, to ^.idi ixes *'"���������'��������� ������������������l'������ -u'ts m tho Democrat-  .in ayieeini'iit on Uaibo.id It.ilu bill,  lecened  unthui      noln-e   in    tho   Sen-  SIHVES & B4THS  Having tak������a ever, the barber shop  known as tht Ladysmith Shaving  Parlors, High St., I intend, by keep  ing competent nrorknien, to conduct,  a first-class establishment, nnd ic-  spcctfully solid*  your patronage.  THOMAS   LEWIS  ic' Lonventioti, and on ihc   floor    oi  the   Senate,   and   in  conference       bc-  , . twoon    'tillman    and Wood and  thro-  ate tod.ti    Hum   S,n..to>s Hade, and    ugft   ^     Chaildk.r   ulUl   lh(J     m,,  I'lllman.      The    inattoi    wa-," reicned ticrit,    yne'-ise    to   thc      suspicion  to  by  the   Te\at>      Suialoi  m        (he that   he was   not true    to   the     printout *>e oi a peisojuil exijl.ination and ciple   ol unlroad rate regulation. Alibi  Mr.   Tillman  ,n  suppoi t   ui     M: Bailey may be as innocent as a babe  Bailey  m puseiitmg  a,iu-ihe>   state- iinborn,  and   he  sa..-s  hc   i.s,   but    the  Best  accommodation  for   transient  tud permanent boarders and lodger*  ORAND,       HOTEL  This  new .Hotel  has been comfort  a*dy furnished and the bar Is up-to-  d������'P      Rales  $1.80  a day    and     *p-  w\rd8.  V������   BEVERinOE, Prop  -Srjla--**^ '^--- ���������<������������������ ���������*_: ���������--��������� La^ysmi^if  HOTEL   DOMINION  ���������-Kniee i?l 'lh aidJl.Bl*���������  f"^i to  i.IJ ��������� ft B:r.l*.o>t  latid-������ki-and  i.'iIa.i-, (k-poi-i. ICU'c'r'o itim* -wry n e  ii-..niit.*>*i to ,-v.1' pt\rtn i.i Uis city. I'.ai  fid tr-.'.-.'a iirn-xceilf'd.  F. BAVNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.',   VANCOUVER  B, 0.  VI CrOW A    DAV   CELHBRATION  At  VICTORIA. B. C. -  VVl-ery   24,   2 3,' 2 a  Automobile Races; Horseraces, ! Ac-uatic'  and   Field    SnoW ' f   :' ,,  ^^Spectacula,   water Ca^al   at^the Gorfte     ^tamf^ot^  Fa e from  Ladysmith t, Victoria and  Return $l,fo  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK ���������  "   and  - - WH IT E   L A KOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  QATAORR   STREET-     Ladysmith  hDinchcst  ffaven't  of  ; '\'~\ : -.WORST  EVER  - 'WYes,' - indeed-, he's th--  main in public   life   Maay.  you ever seen him?"  "No, b'ut-Tve Seen carkMtuie*!  Mm."   -  V"Oh, they flatter him Von should  see him'." ���������Catholic Standaid and  Times.  BORSEMEN,  READ  THIS  I have used MINARD'S LINIMENT  in my stables for over a year, and  consider it the Very best for ivoisc  flesh -I can get, and would stionglj  recommend it to all horsemen.  *   ' "'���������   ' GEO. HOUGIT.  Livery    Stables,  Quebec,  95   to 103,  X' Ann Street.  meat    jio.ni   ioiniei    f-tnaio.   ' Olmnd-  lei*.  In hi*, adchess Mr. Jkuley denoune  ed thc 'utKlc uiipeai mg ui tho Olu  cago and A'ew lotl*. Inbuiie as UiKf  und tlie nuthoi.*. ol it rib   "liars "  Xow^ Yoik, May 10 ���������The Tribune  tomorrow will publish iho followinj,  iioin Uajinoiul, as Washington cor-  icspondent, in auswei to Llie attack made upon Lhe -.craots oi tfon-  ator Bailey, oi Texas  Washington, .May   Iii,  ��������� When   the    Hon      .1     W lUile-,  Senatoi tiom .l'i***.<is. *,ti*uek at the  Piosidenl ol ihe L'nued Stales ovei  m* hinnl>le sliouldeis lor tliat is alt  he did on (He flooi ot Ihc ' Sennro  today, ho appniently was uiwiwaie  Lhal theie was doj uuientai y u\'ideii-  eu /ijoth in tin* ofluc ul t'lle conj* i eS*:-  ioiial lecordj and in llu> lorin oi  wutten meiiiointicfiitu b\ foirher-Senatoi ^ F Chandlci, absolut'ely  pio\ing lhat he was an obiool of  suspicion lo Ihe i;eal lWends* nf tin*  Presidents  r.ulioart  policy     This  ���������is  '--S������S  IT DEFIES  COMPETITION  i A ?1Q re at   Boot  ior Prospectors  They arc all leatherj^'aiid  ruaxle to stand strenuous*r' usage in mine or forest..''V' ;'  L117. Men's Tan Chip  pewan Veal Kip Pros*  '      pectors'  Boots  t ....  Ten-inch blucher cut, with  with full hellqws tongue to  the tip; have double silver eyelets and stud hooks; double  sole and slip; standard screw  ' fastened; slugged around the  forepart.and heel. A comfortable as well as a durable  boot.  Ask for theni at your Dealers  J. LECKIE Go. Ud  VAHC0Um,B B,  :  .suspicion did exist. They have existed ior weeks. They have been  talked of in the cloak rooms of the  feenaie, in the street, at the -A\hite-  Ifouso   and  elsewhere They have  iji-"-n mentioned m many   newspapers,  1*  and if they lm\e   not been   justified,  Mi    Bailey  is  unfortunate,    and,    his  chnractei    should   be  iuli������ved       i'-om  suspiLion*"  LIFELESS RIDERS.  A veteian of the British army rn  Inula once saw a strange srght on  a LaWlcfield. As he tells the storj  d'^qlraidron of cavalry had been held  in res-ei'io under cowi of a field hatter y and an nifariti-y regiment - The  artillery duel  h������ud ended. The'/assault  j ol thc ciicni}' in ofcvrwhehnrng num-  bcis had been lopulscd hy the&tead-  nirt s of the infantry While a cloud  of s'lioi.c hung ovei the fieKl, the  cavaliy icceivcrl an order to change  with drawn1 sarfnes  TJie troopers started in elose'oidei  for Uie-enemy's line. Midway they  inol. a destructive fuc fiom eaith-  woils in front . of tfiem and from  the wobds on their flan'if \ young  cavaliyiiian with his sabre drawn  w\i.s shot 111 the heait while leading  in the fust, file. The horse halted,  .swtne'l to the right and luined  hack, but the nder kept his seat  without flinching. The other trooper 5 went in. carried the earthwork  by storm, rode at full ga-llop after  the letreating force iiiwl!comlerted'tie-  ieat into rout.  The  dead trooper meanwhile    was  lLliiimnp   with -\\hile face abd   with  hlood    streaming    from his    wound  Lnricr  h''s neivelcss hand" the   horse  lieocncd neither check nor leadung  and   made its   own  way  toward  the  [l'll-mliy    which   was   now   advancing  j rapidly        As  the smoke lifted,   the  , soldiers  saw   the solitary xidci   com-  j'lns, with one hand m a ,ieatli gup  "l>on the saddle, while the other  'till held  1|,0 swolI|  -.-r.f.-j,  ciaspcd  ^      II  was  a sight ncv.er   (0 he for go t-  g 'en-Hie     galloping horse,  with     the  ���������^ de-ad Cd\.ilijmaH .still   mounted    and  -   ������������������"������������������ inc. grim  and  f.''ice      II   was not,  '������������tH  die- urfci  had  gone liftv   vards  ''om     the .������.,.,.(     where he had been  ������������������illcil  that he  lolkd  oft  Ins horse  j8     A  simil.u   >.(01y  1S   toI(1 orcaplam  ^    ������ohm,   nho   dehveied   the  latal hlun-  |4  Jeiuii- -onIci   for   Uie charge   of     the  faniiius   lie,ht  brigade      He   was .seen  on  Mic     field    of  from   the  lulls  l������fl  VM HEA1I.U  I'UKNISIf   KOO.MS  BAR tUP^MJil) W'I'lH BKf T  WINKS, I.IQUOUS, CIC.AR.'*-  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  A. J. McMURTRJE, Proprietor  lAIWSMllrf,   . C  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  'Good tables aiid*good  Rooms   ".  PORTLHISD HOTEL  DAVID HYNDS, Prop.    *     .  t-^i   * ,  ;   ,Chi,dm-  "nder 12 Fear������ of age 76  cents.  ";      ,  --yfcc:fAL TRAIN   will lea*.e  V.ctoria  for. Wellington 'and     all  intermediate stations at 10:00 P.m ,   on Thursday, May 2flh  '-������������������*'    G.L.Courtney, ������r ^  District Pessenger Agent  58 Government St.,'. Victoria, ������.C  2  Board at reasonal.'.ev  Rates  The bar is extra  well  -    .    Stocked  This   lintel   has  been  completely      'renovated. ���������*        ,.    ,  Uoard "and 'odging $1.00' per d*y.  HOTEL    PRETORIA  ; JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Bai   Supplied  with  the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue   -���������   -��������� ~-"~ Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigai.s. ' '  nck'ct' M m^ ,$flic<?;V:75r; i  Governin'e'nr Street.   v  Transcontinental Q  Trains Daily     l;  The, New Train  ORIENTAL LIMITED    ,  The Train'ol '    ''  Ease,^ Elegance,, Excellence.  Every  mile  a. picture,    and  no smoke* to-spoil the * view.  ThrougJi Compartment,    Observation and  Pullman Sleepers;    also    Through ' Tourist -  Cars to Chicago. ���������   "-    r  At antic Steamship Builnett' to' Europe -  U'our Specialty' - ,,.  '    Union > Terminals" with   all'  Steamer lines.* _������������������   r \  Berth rescr\ ations  by wirel -  Great Northern S.S. Co.    ?'  FOK  JAPAN,  AND CHINA.,  Steami-shii's Minnesota and Da-\  kolja sail fr^ Seattle foi**Ja-  Pan    and-Cliir^.^p/oris at' fic-J  vfnenr 'dales.-'-:1 Exact " sailingl  datcs can i������ "secured,"upon ap-"'  plication to lany ^Oreat North  em representatiw.-'  ~  S. 0.  YERKE^,  A.O.P.A.', Seattle, Wasli  E.R. STEPHEN, ~  Gen.  Agent,  Victoria.^B.C.  Ticke(s|  L(y>y .FxcursTbit-^  Rates     r - I  'Round Ti(p,  j 4������ai!y  trails-^  ��������� Conl,  Trains   ,  , ^On Sale-May 24, 2."-, 26  To   New Haven, Con, * $3l,ft  July 10 to. 15.  Denver -   I  August. 7, I, .9.  .Milwaukee  To  To  Jo  JB.fl-  Sept.  8,  0,- 10.  ' Toronto  I  TH6CITY MHRKeT;  x  R��������� Williamson Prop ,       - '  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  June 4, C, 7, 2������   25. I '    :'  "July 2,'3, Aug. .,7, 8, 8. ���������>  TO ALL  11 01 NTS  For particulars call on    or *  , write. E. E. Blackwood, Gen-*  eral Agent,  VjttoiiaJ B.C.       *  A.    I).     Charlton,  A.a.p.A.,  ,       N-P," Portland,Or  STOVES!  K.������..<"������..*..������..������..������..������.^~������-������.^~������..������  STOVES!  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles ami Newest PaUerns--\Vedo  A'j l:in<fs.of Foundry and Repair Woik  Nickci Psating in all its branches a Specialty  Lady'smilli Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53 P. a Uox 42  WM.   MUNS1E  Piositlonl     J    W.   (JOBURN,  Telcph.uie  4-li.  Manas;inj;  Diiec'.or.  BlIiitiliHf  DUNDEE=-=  Sgo lands Best..  Sold 'Agents for B:. (J.  iUlnUlm.-,, -tiding  vvlicif the slali 01T1-  ���������eis ueie iliawn u��������� |��������� Uic Viaite-  wlieic (he i.ii^il" was stationed  Lhc c'lMiKe  b(.,iU))   U1((   .vhft(, wasleft  of   the. I>npade-    rc'iniucil   in. '  broken  groups*. .���������'"'-  ���������At lasf ;(.'ft,)|. ,v0],in Wng SP,en wal^  ;iopi..;.: rapidly fowawls the center of  ���������������c deM. He'.was firmlv scaled,  slraifflit. os ah arrow, .ft���������(i riding  well. .Suddenly (.],,��������� i,orso s-.\Wvw|,  and   Iho rider  toppled  over.'  Tire officers who were nearest rushed .forward, but when thev lifted  him from the ground Uiey' found him  lifeless. Like (he Indian saibrenian,  he. had. been shot and, instantly lulled, but his - horse nad carried him  safely, across the field, out of'.' the  way of the pursuing Cossacks. ;  ���������- '-* ���������    -. L*"'  IT TvS DANGEROUS  TO NEGI.ECT A COI.D  How often no we hear it remark-  ed-'TLs only a cold, "and a few days-  later  learh  that the man  is on .his  back-with  pneumquia.    This is of  such common occurence that a cold,  however slight, should not be disregarded.    Chamberlain's Cough.Re-  Jnietly counteracts any tendency of  ��������� a cold to result in pneumonia,   and  [ has gained its great popularity  and  /���������extensive sale by its prompt cures  'of tht most  common, ailment.     It  always ctiras and is pleasant to take.1  For sale by I,ady8mith Phflrma������y.'  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd  fc J.HENRYS  NURtlES   BREEM-  HOUSED AND SEfO  HOUSES  ���������IIO  Teitminstcr Road,  VANCOUVEft.  H.C  Headquarters for������������������  PACIFIC OROWN Qardcn. ilclii  ���������nil flower SEEDS  tor distribution. ���������;  -Large -stoeh:   of Home  Orown-FBliilT and OR-  naSientXl " ;trees:*  now ^matured for Spring.  No expense, loss or delay of nimtgatiou !or in-  siiectiobf' -    -c   .(    *.  ���������  Let me'frice^ your list  before" placing your   order, vlreenhous'e Plants,  l^oral JPaokages.tfF^tili-  zers   etcr-^f    ? ���������  3010  Westminster Road.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  J3������o3t*  Are You  1  Going East  Tfcea bs sure yoar tickets re*#   rtm  a  Lift'  "M-  V**+  \\  MILLS   kT   FIDIUCK   AND   LADYSMITH-*  ShingJes et Specialty  AIANUFAC'TUU KRS  OF   Hough and Drossort Firjuul Ccrljir Lumbers  LATHS,   SniNflLRS,   MOULDINGS,       KTC,     of    tlic  BEST  QUALITY "SEASON K\).      AND    DUIRD     FLOOUI NO ft      AND  FIN I SI UNO   LU-MU12I! IN  STOCK    .  ���������     .    -��������� 1" J-'     '-^1' iv.1 5  H you  ai*3 contemplatiirg<-'nK  PAPFRING  YOUR ROOMS  ���������Call' at���������   ..,  J, P. Smith's, Shop  On Koherts Stiee, ������nd- see all  the  The only, line  now- making    UNION  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL  and  v MINNEAPOLIS    with      tht  through    trains    from    the    PacifiV  Coast. t-  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, TV   "  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE   LOWE������r  RATES,  THE  FASTEST TIME./  BETWEEN '  MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, Cfll-  CAGO, OMAHA, KANSAS cm  and ALL POINTS EAST. -  For complete information ask y-  'ocal agent or write,  F. W. PARKF.R  General  *?���������*-  7?0 2ni Ave., Seattle '  -..���������..j..-...j..j..H-t*-H'***.M**.M^  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  I PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Vvrorks at  : LADYSMITFlr^B. G.     :  HEAD OFFICE "  DUNCANS STATION. CLERMONT LIVINGSTO.        J  Vancouver Island, B, G, J Gensrai Manager. -  Dott ers in . ...  '-Pianos ami  Organs ..  Ladysmith, B.C  ':��������� J.-.X-. Smith's.  Resturant and lodging Rooms  HAS   BEEN   REMOVED TO-  =Eirst    Avenue-  ..        ,iT_-i3(:l;i-3ili;;-51".   ���������;,  est JJesigtis in  '''.:'���������",".    '   ..��������� '     .'-:  ������������������-.i-"-I.!.'r-'"���������.'.:'.���������    ���������."'?  We    mak-e ��������� a ��������� Specialty, ofithe' papef-  ing, Busiucss.       ���������     -r  Uiider^WWnpagmcnt.-,  Hotel Wilsprt  Nanaima, B C.  JasVR. McKinriel  netor,;;  Commercial Mens'  headiiaarters.  Modem and     Strictly First Clais.  Fire Proof     Buildias*.  MMNC  AND H4PERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done-   ���������-���������-      ......:,...............  ~r---.���������^^^ Promptly   Execoted .  S ROCPDING   - ���������.--   UPYSMITH  Sir  ft  m$m  41  si  ���������1  1  1  .:��������� Hi:'  ^1  ifjd  i.  I  I*  I  ���������m  1 First  Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD   and   ������ A R K  For Sale and  Delivered  EXPRESS WORK  DAVID JOHlisorvT���������  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH ,  SHINE]  NEVeS QECANADA  BY SPECIAL WIRE  GENERA! BL/iOKSMITW  *    *        ' Miners'.fir.llin^ Maciiines, ,  <  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT' SHORT VoTK'E -   Dim i  SHARPENED  BY US      ALWAYS     UJVE SATIsAcVloV '"      '  |       ,   -���������      PICKS HANDLED   A   -Nl> REPAIRED   ' j  ,-SIHPSMITHIXfr    IN      -VLL   ITS    URANCll^-i  HorsestotrsondOeivrgi'-tlacksmiHitf. I  R. WRIGHT !  -    -      -   Ladywmith, i-������ ������.  |  Buller Strce t   -  * ������-*-������  ��������� t-l-  IC&"  i  4bs u  SCE!  ���������!->-���������!������������������-J. ���������>������.-������"���������  ?    Will \m DXv ered on frliiiid iys,    Wednesdays'.  F, idcjys and Saiurdays  Ordeis mwft he in  hy  eleven-o'clock on  day of  Delivery,  has two features which no good furnace should bo without-  water pan and large double feed-doors.  The water pan will produce enough steam to moisten the  Hot air, and so keep the atmosphere pure and fresh.  '   The large double feed-door, make the furnace easy to feed-  you do not have to be an expert stoker to keep from hitting the  door-frame every time you try to put in a shovel of coal !-and  rough chunks of wood can be put in easily.  Every feature in the "Sunshine"  is given the same care and thought.  Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.   '  Booklet free.  -N'dson,   ifay        to��������� CJ.  rhe iu.ui   who  attacked    Chas   Street  with    an  ave    ar    Bonnintf(.<>���������,   two  flays  ago,  and dangerously   wounded  him   and  who  lattei'  fled     to       thj  woods,   was   captmwl   hy   ITouncIal  ,Con������.blo Bi������������*   whilst   tw       lo   0lU^y ^a'^^Z  loss   ihe    nvei     above   Uoin,ijia-<ou  and  brought    i0  Nelson    today  ,    Anderson    .sins    liu was tonnng-tu  i;m< himsuh  up     hut his'actions t>>  he.  ihe  .statein.-nl     Hticet    will       -v-  eovw   hut   iviiJ   be maikc.l  lor      In  rhan m im-nous years is expecte.t  inerwiw in aci-fcajje in those two' di -  i*-4Cls js n,liy, fiuy per teni-LlJa.-H  J y and oats harvest in.AU>e,rU i*.  always un exceptiowallj heavy on^,  ��������� nd harvest this year will jue wpall.t  as   good       r/iax   ls  progressing    fav-  splendiii  'or cweaJ All grasses aie up t.-  the usual standard and most ol'  tha new settlers a-,- 110w broakln ..  ���������"���������'-a   giound  Ioi   next   season  Win-m**,   Uav    l(,-SIH-al.u������fi       at  *���������'*-���������     W    M    S    Coniwitiour   tonight.  J-a wivis and wimesse.s a,*,   gather.,,,.   ������ov.   .U,.    Gnilah oi  lfa,,an,    Gluun  Znti-Tf    ^."^       -"   *^������   ^ he  was lljmmu.d ,. ;;  oi*n  hei    fnda,   ,oru,���������,  *,    Jllfc.   ������������������������,, vaUou    ^   ^   ..^^   ^_  tics .Mori-ion will preside, nnd Ml  Ann K C. 0r K,-sl-/- will c on-lm 1  Ll)������ crown  huaincs.*.  <**  London.  Vancouveb.  Toronto.  Montreal   Winnipeg.  St. John.    Hamilton.  Union  Limited  NANAIMO    S. C.  T/j^La^Ma^p Co,, 5lo/e Agents  CZAR MAY MEET FATE  $F LOUIS XVI.  ting.".-. Al.i>   li,-'ii..'   ,-rop   ivpf.n  issued   today    in   Cj.-n.'i.ii     Siinet-in  'undent Jamison   of Western      Division  oi    C.imj    ivjjous  all  emjta do  niff  excell.-nily.      "iho        m-n   |)f    ,,,..  ] n.,t  two  davs   was just  what      was  uiuded in    soutli**in Albeita.    Winter  who.it   is   looUing   eveoptionally   well,  nod   spi-inj.   ���������},,,���������L    nll   OVCl.  tJK, pjo;  }iiifi. could nor   lie hetter      There i,  hUh- ncroago oi   wint.-r  wheat  north  '.i lied Devi-, hut what little , thw<  ,'* is doing well nnd a good nop  N-.ll  bd liar vested.     On  the   new    C*     ^   a   ho,S1'  "-"J .-������% inju.������d        Ii  P. R- ranches, east of J^-ombe and iT^^T, ��������� ^ Sh������Ck- r"  Wetaslawin conditions r8,-e ve v p *0 Mn ^T"1*'"^ ������-��������� John A  n-rng* ���������nd a hen���������e,. ;<M 0,*^, *,^*Id  ������   ^      ^   ^     ���������  Ji ���������  i*. a  stern  reality,    and the onJ.v  ,������*,v lor  wcstein nutioiii to avoid the  m-iiate i, through extending' ehnsl  "Mi in tho LVIusnol J.���������igdom It,.  Ports w' /inm-a-*. ()f \\, ^ si. ,s  Mibiintted showed that &(ii-ioi hmi  ���������*.-ji raised fliinng U,L. ,v,>rt^ an ,���������'  ei.ase  of  *ir������/l.->7  St'CCl/Ml'S   AT  LAST.,,  '���������ingston,   om, May lfi--David   W  Aliuson,  Liw-ii. t.     dl���������(t >t ^l|b     h(;f|ii  m Adolphu-rtown, %\-st,-rday aged  8o .wait On May 2nd h������ ���������a*  Mi'K-ld-d down ai Pi, tou celelirutioj  b.\  ���������^anbf" Centennial" lodg-es, I/O. O F  The session oi the lodge opened  an hour earlier than u.ual, and auei  routine business had been transact-  ������i tha loUge clofcod and the evening  turned mio one oi amusement and  *ii'.ali ,r'ouhd good  time.  Uui.jag   the  course' ol   the   evemny  the   G-Vand  JTastf-r   deiivei-ed   an     u'-  terming,     able       aaa;      i���������,tructn'u  speech,   which   was   uiucli  appieeiated  by->the imiinbei-s  oi   the order.      Ffho  speakei   dealt      at   length     011     t,1(.  nrenglh    of   tho     order,   numc-ncul!y  * well  as nnai.cn.ily,    and al      i ((J  clow ol--h,s'    ,ftnft,^"was    greeU>rt  with ������. round of applause.  The follouing- progrknyno was ,-������������������.  ���������lered -under iho eharrmaiwliip ot  Mr.    p.   S.  Whites-dc -,  fnsti-uineutal-Miss    Snyder.  Song-���������Jf,     .v    J2scotL.''  Soag^lfr   I J. Miles   '  Violin   Solo-aiast������i  T   Allan  Song-Ah.ss    .\     Colli,.,.  Speych-O.anc ^a*U-i   Aic-iCe,,^.  Song-���������Mi*i ' jo.    i,Uen j  W.p'aniM-ljfj,.s. 'ilaj   Jlooth  U   (h, close of ,���������'..    e,,U,.t.lllmu,Hl,  ,������J' present s������t down     to ltM   e|n,.unI  -     -   w-h.li    rce   c    tfl||    ^  ���������>nd   an   enjoyable    .-ve.nnj.-s     ,.nUr,     '  11 ot'--*''^    fo   a  .Jose  liniment  CUBAN CIGAR FAC fORV  Marinfacturers of the Famous  CUiiAN I3L0SSJ1 '  i  None bu - Union Labor    Employed j  ri. .1.   BOOTH. Rrnn I  St.  Potei.shui-8,   May    10���������In   spite'  of   Ihe  feai   'lhat  (he  addresses  in   \ oi sal   siiJlcra.'-e  ���������oply to   the sPK,'h  iron,  the  throne 'eacacy,    andV������ovincal  TENDERS.  These covoi   tho   questions oi    ,.n,-  rei'orm   oi   Uio    bur-  m.-*v.~.i  'i-.,^   , ��������� ��������� "'' * j--w*jiii.iai    adinimstia-  mo\<nl   incsday   in  tho  lower     house   t.bn     sloirnqo..   ������f  , *>n������jipai*e   ol   leniession.s       .inH  [would p.n,p���������t,,    ���������������   lIlln,--diato    con- 'lhc n���������  ���������, n    ,  flirt    i������.i.'M     -. *        -- important  ,,oint  ol     ni,niatci  Hot    letueen , he     o*oHn    and   par    ul   lo.pooMbila,.      On   this        "^  imment,   the    V.soe,.v.,l Press    ���������  ,��������� 'p.m,   the rad���������,Us seoied  l.ieir     filst  ���������  position   to  state-  Mint     Km,*. ... .tuumjd,,  fo.-*eu,a  the . mclusion in the  NANAIMO NEWS NOTES  The conwt M,von last night m tho r   Ifm-ti.   ,i  ; ������aUa*   Square, B������nd  stand   by   "the |    ^^^a"^ runs; aecond ��������� baso,  ! Boys'-Brigade   band  was    fully     up        ,V*   "*���������   ?WUS' -lh"'^  ���������������������������  ���������  - *���������  *"  the  standard    of   the  past'   and Melller'-* 0"e   run,    ������nd  ������horr,  iL-at-s Them    A/I  IN QUALITY  R.P.RITHET  & Co., Ltd  ���������    ~    ������������������ ._ B.C.  ! he' various select ions rendered w ere  "inch appiw-lared i,y ,h0i,e pr0.  ���������ent -  J    St������-������le,  *^ C-v  LADYSMlTtJsiAK  CHOICE    .CAKK.S    AND  ALWAYS    FiiiCfjJl   ON HAND  -Yiehoias   is   (lor<.-rnniied      to  a   bre������('Ji       ii   f.o-.sibl.-       Sot  ,    TENDERS address to  Mie undet-  a-MSned aL  OWawja. and, macked.oa-the .--   ,���������...,.-      AOl      onli, ,  (ehvelo^ pti)ia| .useition   of   Uie   -void  ������f a/iydrosraph^StecL^rw.^Stea- '.he  Kmpero,   ���������   ivn ,'/  , V      i" WO,d ' ������"'������^-"--  meiT������-W.Il    he'received-iip  to     Wre '+l        ��������� "*    '������      roP,ace    '^"=   for declaiatio.is  W-e.thc,    (iofoim.kin   ministry  e^iv  ������f _     . ....  PASTRY (meiT'-.wui    be'received''lip  to  22nd   DAY-OF   MAY, NEXT,   f0l  Wedding    fakci^Iade   to  Order      \^������ co,ls}^uon .df^-sieel   ' T.wiT,  .k,b, fKEsn BRBAn KV. l^������:ro:!;r:t..;;,, r, ���������,;;,-,���������,. ,, ���������������������������t,,,������������������s,  ,������������������_,.,  All  tlie. A-ent. of thti  Den*,���������*,-**������������������i ���������r ar���������   '  ������  ka    ." 1,laJ01 "-**'   }>eL������*--t  tho  avoid   Pa*-M*fraP-*  oi a complete  demand ioi-  only ,n"n,st"1'-1     '^pon-.ib.I.ty      hv      the  'mwiUon   of   tl.e   vvoul   -an-'   before  Radical     up-  ih fa\-oi*      oi  / Mr G������o-Se .Frost, -the well known  coatractoi, received a teleffx-am last  n-8|������t from the Deputj" Minuter of  ifowno and Fisheries'  that 'his     ten-  ������ith      a   -wbiuan   sun.-1-afiu,    anil  a   secietdu-  \ r ERY-  DAY  Prices ."arc" -'Verj- Rea&onablc  Customci-s.'ar������ Treated Alike.  HOP  LEE & CO.  ON. THE   ESPLANADE  *   . I  "i**-!     *'���������������.   n    *>eciei.   an  cabinet chosen      from   the   member   Oct  ballot    were t-nowod-1 undoi   o\ei  ���������of   the  inaioi'ity   in  the   lower Jiouse j "���������������������������?-������n ing ly  "itiiig     a  compro   .&'lnL    volcintf  , ������������nc  ftia^   bearded  iien-  hi, '  VICTORIA vs. XANAIMO  '-JiiiHlaj    Xext Will   Witney a   G������-������at  j Game or JBall  ! Oae oi Victoria's scrongest am-  aieiu- teams'the Hillsides will 'ar-  i-ive "ii^ tqwn on Sunday'^- aoon  ti-uia and  at  two  o'clock in        t)i������  pre-  ih  ehiss       m       Lj1(1  want  om   worn, ���������  ,., xoU.  rei* timt   the.\   muuiki stny  sentiments   of    ni-,',���������f  words     -We  don't J   "^   W>"   ������^'������   work  W<*  ai  pie-  homo  M.R. SIMPSON  st.  8ollcltar, mu.  Money  to   Loan  *"*19* Ut������S.v| fj  tlie. Acf&nt of the Department of Rrar-  moan.1  KKShciitsat   vlcLo...-,   n  CJ..n,,tM-   i������ur   "  ->l1    ������      concession >aild manage' ',j.e   houshold  at   the CusLoin-'TTou.se  af   V.uiCouu..     JS ,,1'",t' a   ,s <'">"'������1L  to  understand       l.ro,      jc, ������.,���������    ,-/       ,  ���������i.C.end   ���������xtUiedapatt���������1,IlLLr   / ,W   ������ "������    K ' " ' "'^avion.   mad,   tl,  l?.ich <oi������dert miibt beaccompaiuoJ  by an accpplerl bank'cha-iie eijual ltt  10 per cent of 1h, wlloIp a.noimt of  l!������c   tcndei,   u-liicl,   will    |,e   forfeitod  yo ���������"���������"'{ inosl   svi.sational  rem-ii k oi   the  May  and   reluse    th,.    tall   - constitu   '  tion.ii   inonarcliy     which   tfovornnnen  >r.V pailia,n,ni,.y    majorities     invol- |IIIlBhl  Illwl   lho ,������������������.  fj,   ,     )is  V"       P������,,,a "'    "-P-'-all.   o.-'a'.ie.ceaed     ihepnnupL    ���������,  I        i  ,,"M"     ivmciin.    ui      LUC UV-  ���������tu-   ening  f0   ���������pc���������U   hintii^   .it  tl.e   po-.-      ,  ontjsihilitv        that       'i:���������,potol    Xlcl,olas lde  Bail**^  EXCELLENT  Train Service  _ BETWEEN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  ,    HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL. QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  .        And tlie Prlncliml Iliii-lnuss Contcrs of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  - Maritime Provinces.  AIM TO BUFFALO, HEW YfJSK AKD  '     MHADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALI Sc f  ror Time Tabli-q, oli . uddie^s ������  , .    , CEO. W. VAUX, I  I AilldtAlit Oe.i'l Pujqi'iig,'i uu.! Tlcl ct Aj-ci.i  i  I 138 Adams Ot . CHICAGO, In        '        1  how   the    Emiiciiu     t.ftn  CT .I  I'iio   Jtunioi      ^���������:a^]fa   nnce     ' more  -^'\t?Tt,n0(l/1'W,'M1P'UUl'U-V    over theott,  piiohers,    IVder,    and Me-  ������f   Uie    nVi en,,   cm i '���������"',,"    "'   ,���������������,i���������    ' ,l'u"->   "'"i" ">o ������������-'iwt������d     tht- ininuplu   01   iiiin-1..   - l������a"1    ,,J       dereating llmoyl,    2nd  h    Brewster;      3rd    b  (ciid^i       IW 1   ^ /CCept*J I ������������"    *;������tOIJ IsU.1Ja|   1,Npon,l))ll,!s       !|X|. ������(n^..   -m.as.   n-ght    h>    the   score      o, A,vd,rson,    sho,t,.stop,   Mc   r0nn,, '  ,    c     ��������� '     "   Cl   info   acoi--M������sP'tn..L.tll   pu-xailiaa    cmving   he ������.d.     .,   the pos,l,������������������   ���������,     F a    e '    '  l������ 8     "*������������������������".  ^������rtln and  Jo^. ^U  ac     \\.tl.   (he  dopailment,    Cheques   ������������'   the  lost rum      the   hou**      alio.-,,,     17fiO        lnii    h , I,a,L   ,w������ the  hiltny   ,or  the        victors  -conipan^   lwrioih    ,,������������������,  ���������c not   u _ ^   ^ .^^ ^an.     , ,...,-., a   oi ^   ^^   ^    ^  op     ������   tfiiVr      T""1,     ""  ilnhy   nn"   l*-������ftn'������     ������'������-"   '"������������������'    1   h     ., "      l?m t������"'Mh"t ������f a   ���������*   P'������������nt    gathering.       L  ������ou    mon '^       !lfU    V   -'���������-"   ���������n,   ,   ���������.,   ���������.   ���������,.,     ������,J'      lhe   *o.M ������ade   hj     each     is ocoa.ion-���������ei���������fi       an  oflleia. ^isit   tav  M,nU-nL iu .������������������������������ lollons-.     Cttche,   Dean,  one.  pit- Grand'TVTastcr.    D    E   MeTve^ie     o"f  *aei,  \-    Jones>    fl,��������� nin, first*   baWf yew westmmster   to niaclf. TMa-tnoncl  :l^is-6Fcaaa|i^^e&-  j'   -.                              ���������.  ....    -.-.-H-             j    -���������    ...~~   ���������������������������������������*������������������������.������ t._ ���������    ������ouu .     Rcguiations  wr-ior the erection   of a light house   tr������"������ ������������������������*- >t  two  o'eloci." in        tk* Any    available" Dbmin.on"    ?    '.  ���������"1  ing- horn      building   on      Trial ,"-������������"���������������>������"   ?"   the    Cnc^t     grinds nfithia the Railwav^ifcit  '       o  .slnnd had been accepted ������ v the De-   will   hae up aB*iaMr  Uu? locals"    m ,V ]       >'   '               * ^    '"  BtlUs-h  fMutiiu-ut   and-ilr    Tmst  ��������� ,nst rue- !������'hat bids i������i--  lo be oMofr'-T the ' -!      '**' '"*? b������   'iiomcsteaded   'by  led   to  proceed   at   once  with      the .'best  samVo'f   "the   ^ason       Siuce' .J,/'P"^B '-W,1������ M   the fcole> head   or  T'  ,, the -df^^������t ,of   the. VikoriaXT ;4a������"o 'ie*'!"''������ ^'fT 6 ^^  ^'     P. ort  will leave   for  V^toria '������^-"l   o/ that   rluh,   -Jrme/������W-, I irWte"aeS���������    ,  i^���������* ������f    ������IU;-  within.bor.   ...  ,    .^r      the     JHUsnies   orW" ^    ^    6������    "Cle"'     m0������  a  shor.t.ti,ne.     It  nil]  require      be-   uilh  iho reMilt.   that iwe-i's.   rep-T  KnW m.���������i   L,"       ,'     "      ^  twe-ntuoaad .hn* months   to com '������*���������������. mg  .thelatto,   -club   ih,.s   sea-   "the   lowl  land'   ������"^  PerWl4lIral-  ,det,thow,,, w   *.������ t   bun,,   tf    pl^h^^^J-^-^et  ��������� ���������,...���������. ������.--,,-.:���������": =������.&"=-���������= "���������=  '���������l,th    P     Vanorde.  .atehe,   Xoilfp'^: **     ������MhC    toI^������6  urn-! A*. ^fl S1X   I"ontllS, *-*H������������c.nce-  uron and cultivation of the land    In      each Fear for  three --ears.  loft   field,     [.usconibe.   center       field        "���������������>-"-���������     -    -  Tu sen  -    "*���������    ������i.in ii   arte not  .tc.u-i.tod  will  he lelu.ned  i.n.nedi.Ue-  1\  aftei   <x decision  has  Ueen   nrrued  News-upc-ii. copyin- thi������- .uheiti.se  '"it -v.tlioul anflioi.lv from thc de  pact-merit will n���������t  bc ,>JU1���������,  , P1   0OUKDKA.U,  iDopuly jruustp, of nr.un.e .u,d   l-'ish- J  cues. > [   [DPlMiUiicnf'or Waiino .,,������[  Kisliet.es  /���������   " .x0" ,,a-J a" ^e  wealth of RoeLa-"  Ottawa, 2Sth March, j00f; '"          scrivrrCA cured ahituk ~~"  2"  YKARR  SQPPRRixf)  ���������NOT  MO AS  RffJH.  AS ROCKEFELLER  LV .UPJ.VORY OF (JIJ.MOKr,  /��������� ���������      ������������������-    *���������������������������<    nmilll   ui ixocnft-  , idler,  the Standard OH nutaiiale yon'    .\ow   Vo.  would not buy a Letter medicine   for  ^  Miowel complaints than Chambeilaia's  t-'olic,   t'l.olfrx ai,(i   Dianhoea Renie-  '  "y-      T1,e     ������inst eminent  physician  Foi more than twenty yeai.s i\fr  j   , C|l" "ot   P'Pscribe a  better  j)i"ej)������ra-  ' "t,on     for co1-*;   .ml  ilianJi.-ej.   |.,,ih  foi   ilnlciren  and  adults      'f lie     u,,i  loiin    s.icicss    of     ti,.s ,eil,W|.    |US  K,   -Mn\     rr,-rhe  | H. Massey, of J322 Ci.nlon St., Mm  irieapolis, Minn., was  tortmed by sn  ;atica.   Uie pain and  suneiiii.     ^hicli  LADYSMITH    TEMPLE,    No.    ���������._  ���������������������������    Rathhone Sisters, moels in tho Odd  -fellows' JJaU    ,.-���������.. .,���������,,    ail(,    |(I)  Tuesday, at 7 30 p ni  MRS.  K'ATF, T\Ti'',  M   of R   <S   V.  he endured  during   this  tunc is     beyond  comprehension.     Nothing    na\c  ,-,._'l.im any permanent relief until hens  ���������\.i.i   'oil      I'l. i,...l....|....l-     r-. ������.     .  ' cd   Chamberlain's Pain   Halm.  WIlitifiRi;  application ol  that liniment  ielic\o;.  Hie pain ami in;t(lo sleep and n'sl jios-  -sible,  and  loss   (li.u,  one holilc     has  ellecfed a   pei manenl, cure.       If lioti-  l.leil  with     sciatit.i    0i ,rlii'.iiiiiiiti.sin,  why. not. try a'"25-cei*J- lioltie of   Uie  g   J'ain-Balm and see  for yourself how  11 (.iiu'el-ly it relieves pain.     For snle by  tlie l.iadysmithPharinacy.  -.li-nu. ,t lo he si.penoi to all .oih-  C'.*-. II never faik, and when leduc-  e>l v.iih w.ifiu and sweetened is  pleasant lo taw, Hver v family  0���������B ���������S*-*,1,I'I lie Mipplicrf with if. Sold hv  |-'a,-l)<-,iith Hiarnirtcy..  me.u-  ������'.\   of      Putnclv.    S     Cilmoie.        tho  i.unou-,    band   l.'.idi-     01    uliom      it  ha*,  been      said    I l.al      the  magnetic-  wa\e  oi   lus  ha I uu  Wfiid    b:i>iish;i,gr     t|,  OIL'S    oi   c i \ 11   stun,  oi   Ihe  Mnlt������.ninn's  h.ills oi   l.-n-.siai ion,  ["tod   lon.Jn    .���������   U���������.    oieni.-.-v-    of    a  bund   1,'adei    i -. \c-r-  l.elun-    |uw      |,t*e-n  _honou.il       The-   t,,|JllU.   ls    U)      laU���������  ���������rhe   lonn   ol   (l  mammoth  , oncei t    iu  |M������i|iv)ii   SC|���������a.e   CJhmI.-.i       'PI,,*   p|UIUl  ilul ..ioi i' io  t-inslei ini-m-  ll'.an the iap  yi-t'el in the  <-* to be hon-  iiieniurv  Mpnstep  Celeb  \  ^ni..VTj^TO-TIVR .and ,���������,. ,,,,M ,  S11U1,S   (11 llw aft(U1.  Vl)���������   ���������,     .        ,'" |1S ���������,t*s",'l       '>n..  tm.usi.i.d  i.u.-iciH.ts  l||u  sa.\   lie     has   oioivi,   ������.ii,uL.,.,..r.   ������,...  (>.  ,,1.,. ,lv.,        .     ,   ,        .....  ���������in.   in   inke  part   and    John      Philip  ���������Sousn.  ���������Vi..|���������i',||l.,-bei'j.   Walt..-  Pa,.i-  I'osi-h   and   Frank   n.-unt-o.-.-h   will     he  Iho  eiiiidui'toi's.      In  additi,,,,      manv  has   ������>iown   w!usk-.i*rs   ar.  ���������since last   vou   saw' him''"  "Yos."    '���������    '     ��������� '.     ..';  'flow  did you  recoyiii-'e him!"  f I ,500 IN PRIZES $ | ,$0.0  Big Calithumpian Procession  J2) If the father, (or mother, ,[ u,e  ���������ather ��������� deceased), of the homUea'--  Z TT T������Q a farra in  tte ������c.U|.  ft at tne land entered for, the ie-  lunemen.s as to residence may Te  atisfietl t)y ,uch peiaon J  the fa_ther 0r moUicr  e,(3ji  If the settler has    his  perinan-  ent residence upon farming iand ov..n.  -tead.    the roqu-rements as to   icsi-  dence rnay he    satjsfted b \  upon the^said land.  feiv   monlhe'   notice     i���������     Wlitll,  shoji.fi be ,iven to the Commissioner  of, Dominion Lands at Ottawa of n  .tonhon to appJy for patent  ner.er1^'5 maF te Purchased at sio  ,    h       , S������ft COal and     S^O   fo,  ������������*c.te.      Not     ,���������0re     than/  jctjs can  Le a^uilPfI ���������    one  Jual or  co,���������pany.     Roya]tv ftt  1 loir-da L n ^ rti Un ������ ^������������  'w-iLdi shaH he . collected on the  jgrofs output. ,  n '   f W-  W.   CORY,  D8,,Utv  ������f thc minister of Tn tenor  U������jSj-2.-,,ifi;;<,.  UNIT ED   ANC1 ENT      ORDh'ii" Ol-  DRUIDS  Weilifigton Grove  No.  -I   U.  A, '0.   i  ' Meets   in. tlie I' 0   0 .F   Mail,  i i.  flysmith,    the   Second   and      Four!'  Wednesdays of each  month, comiot?  trig ffe:dnet.'day.  J3th.,  1905.  Vlsating Driikis     are ip.vited  tr   m  tfiid. .... '��������� .  'By Order.  WM. RAFTER,. Reef Sect*  PATRICK BtlRK. N.  A  NOTICF.  From      this date  the undersigned  Will not  be  responsible for  any  In  tiebtedness     incurred except- on      ������  written orher signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V. I.   EXPLORATION &  DEVEf,  OPMEtfT CO, LTD.  Nob Personal Liability. '  ���������Victoria, B. ("'., Y4T I8th.">0������  Dear Mother  ,"Jiy my  Sentinel.  umbrella." -Milwaukee  eminent  'ed   their  v oo. i lists  .services.  have     vol unt fer-  X u       Hv0-."* are ������ contf"n- "W ������-  l*all  and  Wmtet  weather.     They will  catch cold.    Do you know about Shiloh's  Con-umpl'on Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it haa done for so many?    ft is said  to  be the only reliable remedy for all  diseases of the air passage, i���������  children.  it is absolutely harmless and pleasant  to  lake,   it is guaranteed to cure or your money  .ii returned.    The price is 25c. per bottle.  mid all dealers in medicine sell 3,(  This remedy should be in every' household  DAY. SCHOOL.  Usual  subjects   talight;  also      language*-, drawing  i���������  pencil  and  crayons,  paint ng in  oils and  water col-   j  r.ors, pianoforte and vocal lessons Klv-!  en  in classes or individually. i|  Ladyamftb,  MISS  BERTRAil,  B   v.  PlifeMc  Notice  Attention is culled  to ^ae   fact that tfct  Ogiivie Flour Hills  Co,   Limited  Ulcers   of ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR.     ���������������������������aye for some itm,  Past been producing flour In'.   T.stly  Improred and  p.rlil  -  ,onn  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  "d having secured control of    all the baSic patents relating ther,  to, take this opportunity of a' drising  the public that any  orized users of the electrical   fio-tr purifying processes   win  ������������������ mro.  "ec*jted.  Ogiivie FJonr Mills Compaay Limited  areth*    only   >iIIeM in Canada wliose Tiour  b purified by the Siectric Process  :&ttei :  CHAnP/ONSHJ? FOOTBALL  VANCOUVER  CELTI  CS'VS.' NANAIM0.  CHAMPIONSMIP BASEBALL  LADYSMITH  vs. nanaimo:  J������������^ay, Ma| |������tl|,l9fJ6  Exoui:,sion rates  , ProftKwo^i and Amateur and   CtoMreni Sports,  from all  points.     TWO  B-AN=DS.    "-'   .  nREWORKS DISPLAY  NORRIS.'Secretarr.    ' ..*���������*���������  GOD SAVE THE KING  v!an)ifactiirersOf.~  IRONCLAD   BRAND  GLOTHIiVCf;;  OVERALLS  TOP|SHIRTS,  ��������� ,."   ,ETG,V- -;.;-������������������'  WHOLE^E DR^GOOOS  SILER  ���������t-XPRESs AND  WORK  PR0MPTLY     ,���������'. r.  Leave nrderi .t +������.     .  ��������� ^~^^Il^_^J^J^botstord.  -,-'    S^eoii Dentist  ���������"��������� ".'    *o1b ��������� ratee.- ���������.'  RESIDENCE AND OFFICE        '  GatacreSt.        Ladysmith  OPBN.AT AU. HOURS, *VfJ���������We   j if il h'af ijH*g'Sgi������W'j������-'r '"T^iHw, M"' ���������������'���������**  vihmei  THE DAILY LEDGER  Smfff). rofos.  SETE  ���������wr-j  CHARGED WITH  MANSMMGHTfR  That's All!  NOTICE.  Mrs. A. L.    Haskins, will sell   Toe  Cream from 6 to 8  every    evening.  Victoria  Road,  about  one mile out.  Local Items  ~e tugs  Albion and  Tepic  in   with scows  for coal  today.  London,   May    18.���������Jn   the     House  of  Commons   today John     IJrownlce  Lonsdale,   consei vative,   Middle '   Armagh,   Ireland,    demanded  that    legislative    and     other   measures be  taken    to   prevent    Chii'Mian      Scientists    fiom carrying    on   their     practices    with  a view ol  piovonl ing  dan-  vvere Iger    to  llie lives   ol  credulous      people.  ITome   Secretary   (Hailstone   replied  Minard's  Linirocnt  relieves  neural.  gia.  ���������   ���������������.   for  that   t'he  law  touching    the    practice  of medicine  will probably be     furlh-  ,  ,, . .       er    elucidated   bv  I lie   dial    for, nuin-  Mr   J.   Quinn  loft    yesterday     for i  Alberta, -where he will  iu future id-   ^u'g'hter of Dr.   Adcoclc the healer,  side! 'accused   of   hn\in������  caused   the   deatli   .,  j 0l-  TV[tlj01.   .John  Xicholas*  Whyle  *\ho  It Ladysmith is Lo have a First'tlicd umI,.,. i*lis irontment. Until the  of July celebration, a meeting' should 'trial is concluded Mr. OhulsU-ne ad-  be called soon in order to have pleri- (|,.4lj nu L.0ll](1 nup(.X[)IVs*, his cmn.-  ty  of time  for  preparation. |l#n  on lhe   su|)K.l(.   o   National Leagtiu.  At.   St Louis���������St. Louis 0,  Brook  lyn  3.  fVt   Chicago���������Chicago   1,      Pliiladel  phia 0  At   Pittsburg���������Pittsburg-   11,     New  York  0.    f-  At  Cincannati���������Cincinnati 5,     Bos-  tom   6.  American  League.  AL   Boston���������Jioston      (>,    Cleveland,  7.  At  Washing-ton���������Washington  5,   Chi  eago C.  AL .Philadelphia���������Philadelphia  9, De  troit  1.  At   jSTew   Vork���������St.- Louis,   '2,    New-  York   5.  Eastern League.  At   Rochester���������Rochester   2,   ���������   Providence   0.  Al.   Uuflalo���������Jersey'City   .">, Buf  falo     4. '  .���������(..e..������..������..e.'  ������������������e--������   ������-��������������� *��������������������������� ��������� -��������������������������������� .t  The Intermediate Football team  are beginning to wonder where their-  medals are which they worr this  season, a>rd which should have l,cen ;  forthcoming some time ago from  the ^Island Association.  T11K   WORLD'S  i'KKSS.  do  al-  1    The  plainest i*iyn  oi  ,i   man'*-.  cadence   L*>   ciie  fact   IhaL   he   rs  I wajs grumbling  at   woman.     *lu   the  [ftowl  old  days  lie just  toiiiv her    in  'hand   ami *rlI; 1   what  lie'would    with  ���������l'.'X'.  Koveifies   in Ladies  While Blouses Arriv-1  ing Every Day by Ex- '  press.   We have ai  ways something jew  ��������� * in Bioiises (or you Tj  $7.50 to  3   o-  Pound-keeper    Ingham destroyed   3  .dogs last  week, -as no  owners     had ,  ' appeared    to   claim    their  properly.  ' Another    canine     wa������    led     to the  ,   pound today, aa'd notice  of his impounding posted London,  "May  10��������� rt'w   not    often   ��������� r that the winner of a beauty  compe-  'Ihe meeting of the British   Coliim- Lition  wins    without suspecting    his  WINS  BEAUTV PRIZtf.  bia   Football  Association  is  to     he  held in *New Westminster on  Saturday; .ne\t._   D?legatcs  Morrison     and  Steele v will represent Ladysinieh.  j ���������������������������������  ���������  - , Minard's Liniment emes burns, etc.  < ,Try'a Province Cigar.  t A meeting of the Excelsior Social  Club will -be held this evening al  the Mint, at-7.30.    All meroihe.rs aie  ' roojucpted to be present.  ^ -TBe football     grounds  last evening  , were well  patronized,      there    being,  >'two  baaefhall  games  and a    football  "practice played at the same time.  A -;    ��������� * v    -   -" Word    has   ilieen     received  by     a  ' friend in^ Ladysinith from  "Wee  Willie?' Roughhead,  tlie once famous ruilf  ���������'back of the Ladysmith fpotbin.ll team  who at present is in Scotland.   Mr  , -Roughhead     is  desirous  of returning  to Ladysmith, and  will,.he   f-vpects,  'leave for ,here shortly.  t- The names\of players on three  local basekall -teams were received  cat this office today, with information  regarding game? which they will  shortly play. Owing, however, to  lack ol space, the announcement fc,  left out today, Drtt will appear tomorrow.  The control of the hklc market,  ami with it the control of the hoot  and shoe     .trade,    has    passed from  England.���������Ex  Minard's Liniment cures Dandruff  I  GLASS   GLOBES  When you want, a Glai-s glob*  . see that   you get the    globe  with the rubber ring on     it,  ������s it.is  the only    kind    that  can keep the water out ��������� the  , globes without the rutftfer ring  cannot     keep    out water, you  can    see that    by   examuning  them.       The artificial   flower-  that is   put  into the     globes  with the rubber rings, is guar  ajiteed'to be the best, and   if  you    want a globe    with     a  Rubber Ring,  call a.t Mrs.  T.  X. Jones, agent for  ~H������NRY    .CREW,  The only    place y0u can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in  B.C.   for    the  Frenah Wreath Co., of   London,   Paris,   Melbourne,   S.A.,  Cor. Comox Rd. & Milton St  NANAIMO B.C  claim to fame, but such is the case  with'Mr.' Porsey, who-was yesterday announced;7 as the'" winner of Mrsl  Ada S. Ballin's beauty jompcii'i >:i,  at tlie  (Iration's galleries.  Theie were three competition's,  one for men, 'one for women ami one  fir children. Mr. Forscy won the  frst, Miss AV. liidwcll, a I'-ond .-Li'.vl  shop girl, Willi a "Mrs. Pal Campbell face." won the second, :*ivl one  of the numerous eliililien won lhc  third.  'The competition was a curious (lie  lo dicide inasmuch as only photographs, not the beauties il-emsel'ies,  **i   *    j ,  were exhibited      'Hundreds  of  photo-  i'  graphs were sent in and hung up m  the galleries, and each pin chaser of  a, programme had a \otet The fust  prize went to the 'ihntoi-rap'hs witji  the highest number of voles.  'An inter* iewer who went to the  galleries with the objerl. of inspect-  ins, 'the most beautiful man's photograph asked a burly,-fresh complex-  roned man in uniform .at the turnstile whe-ie Mr. Fon-ey's photograph  was lo be seen.  With a modest blush, (he man in  uniform whispered gently, "Tl'm, my  name is Korsey. It was my rnoto-  graph   that  won  first ini/c "  Ai5 Mr. Forsey was p\idi*ntly anxious thai the emfHaiiassiivg I act  should not be loudly proclaimed, tlie  interviewer* merely acknowledged the  whispered confession by momentarily  one side until a siring of \iisilors  closing one eye, and then stood on  ihad entered.  Mr. Forsev then threw out Ins  chest and gallantly faced the music  Fixing his giay-iblue e}C on the abashed interviewer, he said in an emphatic undertone- "1 had no intention 0r entering un.lil Mrs. P.allin  suggested     that   I i-liould.     I     have  never  before been   in   for  ,i   1/eau ,  a competition of this soil, 1 mean,  and I did not imagine I was going  lo win."  Another    smile  of  inodesfy     o\ei-  spread the  delicuy tinted cheeks   ol  the prize  man--ieauly and he   iiirnoil ,  to  his  turnstile  wiln a look of man- I  ly disregard for Ins unexpected fame  It may be said that Mi Iforscy,  who is middle-ago 1, and of a good  middle-aged weight, is. at. present a  widower,, al though his election as  'the most beautiful", man is held by  his: comrades to imper.il gravely t,ho  safety of 'his inatrimonial state.  'i'he I'acitk- Coast Jiasehall Lca-  jjui' will be cuiitiuue-1, such wa.s the  dcusion arnvud .��������� at itin-ia-; a n*(.vt  ing of lh������ (liu'i-toi-s held nt Oakland  iOvory   clulj  in  the leag-ue  was   rop-  icscutfd    und   I liu      most   important  inal Lor    hciurc  lhe  uieet'ing    was    Lhe  withdrawal    of James   Morley,    as a  leag'iie  iiiauH^or and   tho disposal      of  lh'- l,o.s  Aiig'cies  franchise.  The  fraa-  ehisc   was si.'cuitKl     jointly     l)>     Cal.  li\\*iii^.s,   reiircsiMiting-   Sail   J''rancisco;  1'reside-in Evans uf Fresno,    and  Kd.  McCrocdy,   of   I'ortlanrl.    Thc      same  stood ready   to buy the   Seattle Iran  oliiso of  the hackers desired   to   sell,  bin   it    is coiisider.-d   likely   that,   'the  Seattle   (cam      will    withdraw   ' now  thai   tho      I.os     Angcl<-*s       franchise  has  ljivn   iceured    hy    Lhc       present  hokk'i's.       \   cut  in   salaries   was    also  decided 'on       1 ii  the'(last the limit   ha*;  been      .*?2,80G  per niontli,  but  heivAftei"   the  limit will  bo    an     oven  S2.000.  COLORED  BLOUSF0  Pioneer ^ln Worhs i  11st. Avenue.ladysfljith, B, G. I  | V. I RamiuiiiSi Prop. }  {     iMANUl-ACTURKR  OF |  | Carbonated Beverages. |  C; i n <*������������������ e r   Beer f  I Fruit Syrups |  ! P.'   O.   llox   2JS t  ��������� i  .���������..���������������������������������������������.������������������.���������.���������������������������.e..������-s.^..������-.������..������..������..������..������..#.^.^..������..������-������.  The range is Larger  than ever���������VVe have,  added another bunch  to our already Largs  Stock���������Special Price  50c, to $1.25  ���������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������  o  o  g  Stationery   Engines  <^-  t  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  Coal     Oil   Ei'gi..es  Fi)r I.aiinclict;, l-islilujj Bouts.  Etc.  ��������� for all Pow-t Purposes  Sltnplf, Economical, lielinble  Absolutely ������o d.ing,t>r,  k Electric Spaders or Batteries  Lo ������eL ouL uf order.  Wrl(������* us for Particulars *  We arc showing a New Range of Lawn Wa-sts, Designed after the New, Models so lar^e y worn  iii    New    York ���������iJ���������  !���������.  Walter* &  Akeohea������  Rcchtissen & Collis  7 Yates St.  Victoria, B: C  Machinery   Agents.  +������������������������������������������������������*��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������   ���������������������������������������������  53c. to $5.  We carry a Full Line of   ra  ������n Al tractive tStyles and at IntercstigPrices  SIM(N LE1SER&CO Ltd.  - I-OR-  ������������������"���������~������..a..a..������..*..������..������..  ���������������������������..������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������  (Jet Your  f  *  k  i  ,. i  t  ���������  i  *  AT  S OOOH STOPf  Largest Assortment  in Town  A   RANGE OF���������  Up-to-date  Suiting  now on sale aL ���������  TAISANG & CO.  15G  Go,\'l  St., ViL-Loiia, B.  C  LADIES' ami GENT'S  St> Iish Clothing  MADE TO  OHDER'  WorMnansIiij)   G'maranLoMi.     Bov   0-17  ��������� '  Q  ���������  Tennis Goods  Lacrosse   Sticks  -AND   Bsse Ball  Outfits  i   ^WRITE   WANT ED  The Pioneer Steam Laundry of  Vancouver want a  number of-���������  Women and Girls  to work at their plant. The work  is pleasant, hours short r-ncl pay  good. AppLY  PIONEER STEAM LAUNDRY  VANCOUVER,  B.  C.  f  4   *-*������������.������ 4-4-���������-*���������.-.4**"���������-���������-������������������ t-^-f-f-t-  :  HASKHALh.  Big/  ]>n-j'iii>   rosul'l.s,   May   Vi.-  Minnnl's  Linimcnl  where.  for. sale,    evpev-  '.'*���������# t*Ql ������������������  ���������     * 1  3  J HSH! FIS  Maconochie's Ffesh Herring  2 TINS............ ������������������.;..,.���������,���������.������������������,-��������� .....25  CENTS  Maconochie s Silvocea Herring  2 TINS........,; ���������������������������������������������.;.,;.,,, , ,v25 CENTS  Herrings in Tomato Sauce  2 TINS.: ������������������..,., , ;.-���������; ���������..,25CENTS  Ocean G "Men Haddies  2 TINS..   -,. ,-.::  .25 CENTS  FOR THK NICKST  \       Ice   Cream  Milk Shakes, Soft Drinks  I Candies, Fruits, Tobacco  ���������  Cigars,  etc.  % CALL OX ���������  I W- L*CARTER,  FiRST   AVENUE  FOR SALE  Twelve   head    of   cows   and Milk  foute.    Apply V. O. Box 99.  NOT1OI0.  I, the unilcrsigjLMl Jane JMcAIillan,  adiiiiiiistiaLnx of John lliii-Ji iMcllil-  la.11, deceased, huicb-y give no Lieu  Ll1.1L 1 intend at Uio next siltiing ot  Lhe lloacil ol License CJoinmissLoncrs  for 1ho district ol South Nan.nmo,  Lo be holilcn at- Ladysmith on Hie  15th d.iy of June, IIIOG, Lo make ap-  plicatiuii Lo that honoiahlc bodjr f(Ji  a tiansfcL* of the hoi el lici-nses Lo  .sull inloxicaLnii- Iilpiors inuler Llie  piovihioiis of the Statutes on lhat  behalf, m Uie pi onuses l.no'vn and  dpscuLed as the Tunnel I lot el at  E\tcnsioi!, Trilisli Coin 111 hi.!, fiom  the .said Jdi'i 1 lii������h .McMillan to  Alexander   J    McMill.ui.  JAM-:  'MCMILLAN,  Administratrix of John  11ujrli AT.-Alil-  lau.   ^   SmoKc Rig; It. C'i������a''s  J. BARNSLEY4 CO.  V!( TORIA, B, C,  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������co#*999  0  9  Granite and Marble Works  C!ianile and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at tlie  * lowest ptices consistent  wuli fust class stock and  workmanship. Write lor  catalogue. .  ', , A. STEWA'RT,  118 Yates St. Victoria  B.C  Notice  A. HOWE, 01 CHEMAINUS, has opened the AiEATV  MARKET  lately    run , by W. Ward,on RcbeiU stre^  WITH A FULL LINE Of FIRST CLASS M1A1S  PORK AND SAUFAQE A SPECIAL! Y  '    * A Trial 5olicitd  .     A.     HOWE, PHONE 20  p33^K*^gfcSSS^SS2S������gSi3fi?--gftS3&5S'  Parlors for PiivaU J'arties.  *-4-4-4������4~+4)-4-4-+++4-++++ + + + + + + m-  RAYMOND&-SONS  ���������Dealers  in���������  Lime,   Plaster Pans,    Unck,  Kire  Hriei-  and Vaiioom-ei island c-enieiiL.  3  Pandora SL.  Victoria  I5.f.  il  li  U  p.  b.  r-asassssas  s^^aas^ss^-ssm^^^g^^s-Ks?  SOUVENIRGOODS  *tom      Just to hand��������� ���������bmb^  souvi-:nirs op Ladysmith, Spoons, Buckles.-etc.  Call in and (jet One  _    FORSALE  Eggs from Pure fired Stock  All Birds Trap Nested  No Inferior Uyers Kept  Barred, Huff and White Rocks'  While \V'yandoLLcs, White and Rrown  Leghorns.  $1 Per Setting  $6 Per Hundred  E. STEWART,  Co*; 2GS Ladysmith, P..C.  I  li.no just received  a shipment of  Hills'  High Grade  mim tobaccos  and  CiMRfUfS  DRUG    STORE  Sporting Goods  -"-'?*��������� ,    . *mmaamammWmammmWmmm  ammaBmamm^amMm  Just arrived���������the best line of��������� ..;.  Tennis Goods, Baseballs,  Bats, Gloves, Etc.  hm  LADYSJWirM HARDWARE COMPANY LIHITED  ������������������������������������������������������������������������nHnawHwiMHMH  [.  praser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST A VENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  PICTURES GIVEN AWAY  Each a Work of Art  ���������/  Hi  'i  I  4  i  !  Now,is ,Si)ii!io-  your walls with  dean ill"- Lime.  Coal  J  B. FORCIMJ1ER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE  LADYSniTH  Will not ruh   olT.  il-uy wall coat in  <>������������������*<>-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������   ^������������������^������������������^.������������������������������������^���������^������������������������������������^^������������������^  I For a Choice  Roast of  Gall   on  ������       ���������=  IM*. II 1 nil ������!������������������ 1  rr*3*?������-JJ^-jr^i itiit-ihihui.i,  BLAIR   &  ADAM  mmmmmmmmmm^mmfm  T,     V  C^:*  ^.*/^  PANNELL and PLASKETT  ' *'��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������< *������������������'������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Church's Afabastine'  A perfect and san-  pold  in  50 & 25c. Packages  Also jiafiit your woodwork     with  "Pyramid Brand1'  of Paints.     The best  i-n  the marlcet,  only-       ���������  $-75 Per Gallon   We also carry a  large line of  Fine Varnishes  Brushes,     Window Cllass,  Room and Picture Mouldings, etc.  Try a gallon of out  Granite   Floor  Finish  to   jireservu   your   r^iuileunis.      Bring  ������$��������� K'oui- pictures  to   be framed to  * "   KAY'S  Save Your  WHITE SWAN SOAP  ��������� '    * ��������� --.'���������'  . and in exchange for ���������;twenty-five, the 11.C. Soup AV'orliu ;will give you;  your choice o( fifty  beautiful   subjects.    Ask your CroCer for -catalogue of Preriiiiima. ^ || ;^f;i\ i'&*,;&*.&*.  frji^Mfflltlg  B,C, SOAP WORKS, VICTORIA  ���������  ���������  $������������������ ; Enamels  0-  *  Plumbing and TJnsmithing  ���������;���������;���������   DONE  ATp  Reasonable Prict s  ���������        "        ___ Uy _  J. ANDERSON  Leave orders at  t'tterson's  Purn  ture Store, or telephone No 55i.  LAJXSM1IH HOTEL   BAB  riaviiip; taicen over the bav-rooiaof  the above hotel, we intend to ruii a  first-class,, up-to-date establishment,  and in soliciting the patvonags ������t  our friends and Lhc public in ganoraj',  we, guarc'itee  t";ood  treatment  to all. ���������  R..,.fcott h,  Pl-ri'--'- ' r.r<-.  S3*E  WALL PAPER DEPOT  .['at Douffherty has rejoined Lhe  New York ��������� Hiiz;hlanclers. This sets  at rest the report th*t Cincinnati  has purchased  him.  Dr.  Dier can  he found at anytime  at his office on Gatacre st.  His   de'i-  tal Work is guaranteed  <o be flrsfc-  class *nd rates reasonable ������t-

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