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 f DUNCANS &      *  I      LADSYHITH  ���������^-H-'I-^^^'I^'I-1 ^���������hHrH-^K'-i^H- >-j~H*'-M--***r*H*'  Daily  \^*&-'''Wo7  ..-   '"   *-^4**-4^������:****^  -WAV 2 7 7^-       ������*rs  1 im  G-  LADY5MITH  & DUNCANS  ���������Q^WrWr -H-t- -H* -W**-*H-M*'4-K~M>^H'^^  VOL. 2,  FRIDAY, MAY 19,   1905.  PRICE     FIVE CENTS  BOMB EXPLODED  IN HIS POCKET  Warsaw Workman, Supposed |to  be onOErrand of Assassination,  Stumbles  BEGINNING OF END OF j OUTDOOR TREATMENT FOR  CHICAGO STRIKE  A Bomb Concealed on His Per/  son Explodes, Killing Several  People  (Associated Press Despatches.)  r  Warsaw, May 19.���������A workman who jin the roadway, part of  them  was trying to avoid the obser .'-uion  6i two detectives on Miodowa street  at noon today, stuii)L|h*d on'the curb  of the sidewalk and a bomb which he-  was carrying in his pocket exploded,  killing the workman, both detectives and some *>ersons who - were passing. It is believed that the bomb  was intended for Gouernor Maxirno-  vitch,  who was expected to pass .the  ng  on the sidewalks twenty -aids distant. The roadway was cover -d with  debris.  Thc authorities are convinced that  the bomb was intended for the governor-general. It now develops that  hc was attending the services at the  Cathedral which is situated at thc  corner of Dluga and Miodowa streets  and only a few yards from the scene.  \11 the high officials and mem'bers of  spot on  his way to the Cathedral to In--. i>���������,.;    -      ,  attend   tlie services  in honor of    Uie I  "( ^"^7  **". T������ ^  ��������� ***.n*,.   j ne- governor-general   has    re-  C/.ar's  birthday.  The bodies of the victims were  literally 'Mown to pieces. A cafe  near the scene of thc explosion' <was  entirely demolished, all the windows  in the neighborhood were smashed,  and a lamp post was lorn out, of the  ground.  The first report was lo  the effect  that a l-omb had been thrown'-among  'local officials who'were on  their way  cently, broil threatened with a bomb  attack, particularly since the May  l>ay disturbances. Thes police accordingly exercised the greatest vigilance whenever he left the palace.  A poorly dressed man-was observed loitering on the street. When the  man saw the detectives, he ran towards tlie entrance of a confectionary store, when he- either tripped' or  threw the bomb backwards at,    the  to  or. rcturninc; from  the Catln-dnl     1 *    *���������  and caused great excitement   Later  de CCl,Ve-s'   ' T,������ ������Pl������-������������������ oceuriwl  it  was  stated   1haW,���������e ^I^V"-    ^ " Pe������P,e COm  ui.ry   uie   WOIK    j ���������*ence<l polinng out of thc Cathe4lral  inan and the two detectives were killed, (hough, two passers by were severely injured and others slightly'  hurt by fragments of the bomb  Three     minutes later tha governor-  general  would  have passed  lha spot.  Cossacks  who were hastily summoned soon cleared   the streets and   the  mutilated   remains   were  still   .yin^s wL"l���������^.  '������ ^ ��������������������������� P-*"  CORRESPONDENCE  Ladysmiili, li. C, May 18, 1900.'  Editor Ledger, Dear ton��������� 1 ice in  your last issue a fetter irom a pei son  miner the nom    <io plume of  "walloper/'   'J hough not'a very appropiiatc  name  I  should  think,,    judging from  the tone of his'letter that he intends  to  wallop our    City Father.-  in line  of ���������action, I_ think which will-be very  much appreciated     by the citizens in  general and the     undersigned in particular.   Tht*    whole trend of his letter   seems to be the appointment of  . road    .foreman,    which is in itself a  small thing, but goes to show how  an  unthinking alderman may  be forced to vote   the same way in something-   more    important.   Recent actions    of the     same council and th*^  fact.   1 wonder if it ever occurred to  ' one before it  have proven it to be a  the minds or Tlie gentlemehwhg voted for   Mr. Nicholas as foremen that  there were good   -men, citizens, and  property owners,,-taxpayers, etc, etc.,  who were out of .. work who- arc just  as eligible and perhaps more so than  ������������������the .person'who got the appointment,  and more over .   preference should be  given, to taxpayers,! men who have an  interest in  . the town.   more than a  day's work instead   of having a man  from Victoria.'  Such things as these  arc sadly     neglected in this town, I  am. sorry lo    say,.and we can never  have a good town unless we support  each other    in an   amicable way and  give to the rroper person regardless  of party-affiliations what belongs, to  him.   1  am  glad  to see Walloper refer to (his   .matter as I would many  other matters which deserve the public    condemnation.   A.s a     matter of  fact we   have a fire by-law inaugurated  last    summer,  the   six days notice given and what is the result, we  have as many if not more stove pipes  now than before wc had that bylaw.  Another     nuisnace    is   that  infernal  coon .-dive   which     is a veritable fire  trap  where     gambling is carried on  and    colored   ' women are   imported  from the    slums of     Sound Cities to  flaunt their infamy before a respectable    community     where    oven young  boys can   go and see    the most disgraceful    actions      , and  all this allowed to go on and for what?     Just  to    satisfy a     selfish ambition.   Let  the Mayor, regardless of any loss to  lh.o city or anyone safeguard tho morals of the younger ganeraton who are  growing up     in    the    midst of s"ch  filth and teach the offenders a lesson  thev sorely need. '  PROGRESS.  FOURTEEN    THOUSAND  SUNDAY-SCHOOL CHILDREN.  Winnipeg,   Man'.,   May   19.���������According  to  reports  presented at the' annual meeting of thc 'City Association  fourteen'   thousand     children attend  Sunday schools in-Winnipeg..  The local option fight in Manitoba  on the part of the Royal Templars  i.s on in earnest. Four victories have  been secured during the past few  weeks, and votes will be*.taken in  fourteen"-municipalities within a  month. ..'.������������������.',  President  Gompers   Will  Resume Peace Negotiations Tomorrow  If -Teamsters Will Accept  Arbitration Proffer Settle-,  mentis at Hand  (Aisociated Press Despatches.)  1  Chicago,' Ills, May Li).���������Overtures  looking to a possible settlement it  thc Teamsters' strike here were temporarily set aside today. Through  the departure of President Gompers  for Day ten, Ohio, last night,      the  chief influence  upon  which  hopes of  peace    were centered   was  removed.  Encouraged by the efforts at mediation, Mr. Gompers decided to renew  his  neg.tiations- tomorrow.    The  al-  dermanic committee held conferences  today with representatives of     the  teamsicrs and with thc ^attorney for  the  employers.    The  most encouraging phase of the situation today    is  the    change of front on the part of  the  teamsters in  forming into negotiations with thc team owners   ;nd  considering a proposition from     that  body to arbitrate the question     of  deviliers    to the  boycotted-houses.  Should the teamsters' council   -.t its  nice ting tonight accept the team owners' arbitration proffer it was generally  believed  today that the  strike  settlement is,at hand.  Chicago, Ills., May. 19.���������Tl������ -trike  will end tonight or tomorrow -norn-  ing. There will he no claim ��������� f victory or defeat by either side. --..I he  Employers will take back'tne ������������������* .listers who are worthy and who have  not  violated  the law.  This declaration was nade l.y  Sheriff Barrett today, and was c\ n-  firmed from several different sources.  Ths sheriff began at once to call in  the deputies engaged in guarding wagons of the employers teaming Co.,  and discontinued the appointing ' of  new deputies.  President Shea, of the Teamsters'  Union, when told .of the action of tho  Mayor and Sheriff, said:-"There- is  no man in this world that has power to call this strike off or make any  such settlement." The teamsters'  joint council alone has that power.  The council has not considered any  such proposition."  II  CHARGE AGAINST EX-MINISTER Of FINANCE  J. D. Prentice Under Arrest  for Alleged Aggravated Assault  Mrs. D. S. M cGil vary   c ~  Cache Creek is the  Complainant  The unfortunate  difficulty   reported  from  Ashcroft whereby J.  D.  Prentice,    manager of the Gang Runch,  has- been ' arrested for an aggravated  Dr. Sohn, of Washington,  About to Make an Inter-  esting Experiment  Will Take Patients en Specially Fitted-Up St aim r  Ao Greenland  (Associated Press Despatches.)  New    York,  Mav 19.���������A-despatch  from Washington says an experiment ...  r ���������,.������������������<  ;���������i���������, 1   1.  <��������� ,    .������������������,,       ,.,  assault alleged to have beenicommit-  of gieat interest is lo be made     bv ;.   , .'������..      ,.   ���������   ,, .... .  Dr   Frcdcrick-Sohn, of this-city, who 't������l against Mrs   D.S. McGilvray, of  was in tho Arctic region twice with ���������CaChe Preek- W,J ' callsc 4ver>' sinccl'c  Perry. .This experiment consists of a rc*>[e-1 ai"?"6 a' acquaintances of  radical application of the outdoor Iboth -m" f' ^ Prentice was for  treatment for "consumption7 in an id- -f,cais ��������� th,c employ of ��������� the Bank of  ea! climate and atmosphere secured Bmf '��������� Columbia, afterward manag-  thrcuglr the agency of a steamer id- er ������ U������! sreal f^**1**1 \n C^  ted   as  a.sea-going sanitarium,       in  ������>len   will, its 15,000 head of cattle  which  the summer months will      b3 fa"(!    lts ,60't03 acrcs of "n^-  Hls  spent in Greenland, above the a-lie a ^^   ���������������T  r^7   Encircle.   The steamer Havana has been !'shman' ^"'S  tho Pri"CIDlc |0,w"er'  {...   ,,.���������,.,,          t ,���������������������������       .��������� ������������������"���������'��������� Prentice has been twice elected  fitted and will sail from   Ialiiav, ;*. , ���������       .,���������,���������,,  ������      r..���������������   icd,    ,.i���������.���������:���������v   i    .     - ... to represent West ,Lillooet,^and   was  S.,  June J5th,  returning         .  -dsei            ' ..,,.,       .   "      -,  30,h     ,                - at'first Provincial Secretary, after-  ' '       wards Minister of Finance in Colon-  .el Prior's cabinet.    It will  hc      rc-  SANTITARIUM TREATMENT       *    called  that it  was his vote that de-  OF TUBERCOLOSIS.      feated the Semlin government. He is  Washington, May 19.-The national   a;f,tleraan Jhen  sober-   b,,t  whcn  association-for the study land preven-   0<herwise-otherwise.       ,  tion of tubercolosis today discussed      ^^-McGdvray is the wife of Dun-  many phases of treatment and socia-  fa" MeC-Uvray,   who  is  a brother-in-  logical   problems,   cnlering  into  thc   law _ol  Premier McBride.   He is      a  general  quostim constituting object   Provincial constable stationed at Lyt  of the association.   The Sociological   ftof'    Mrs-  McQilvray was  at     her  section considered  ������ symposium     of  fa.t,,lcr'fs ranch at Cache Crcck>    six  arguments regarding to' santitarium    m11,es fro'n Ashcroft, when the alleg-  ti'-'atment                      * ���������                         ed assault is supposed  to  have tak-  '                                         en place.   It js to he jioped that further information will  show that   no  serious crime has been /oommitted.  ��������� ���������0 '  FURS INVASION OF INDO  CHIH1  Delouche Says Japan Could  Throw in one Hundred  Thousand Men  Urge* Upon French Government the Necessity of  Defences  CALL   ATTENTION TO  FLOATING MINES  Russian Press Critizes the  Indifferance of the  Powers  BASEBALL  Bcllingham, Washington, May 18,���������  In a teii-inning game this afternoon  Everett won from the Uellingham  team by 9 to 11. At the beginning  of the ninth -inning the score stood  -8 to 4 in favor _ of Everett. Everett  made no runs this inning. Bcllingham then tried to pull the game out  of thc hole and piled up. four runs,,  tieing the score. With two men out  and the bases full- Dtuhot slid for  home and was called safe by Scliock.  The players and crowd left the  grounds and then, because of a protest entered, by J-Iuleii, Schock himself came back on the field and changed his decision and another inning  was played. In this Everett piled  up three and Bellingham'one. Batteries���������Everett, Yeazel and Altman;  Bcllingham,  Drew and'Spencer.  RELIGIOUS  FREEDOM  KING HOLDS LEVEE"  IN ST.  JAMES PALACE.  London, May 19.-^King Edward  held a levee in the throne room of  St. James Palaos today. Most of  the members of the diplomatic corps  attended. j  A BOLD  ��������� ft-'  NELSON-  ROBBERY  Chicago, gflls.,  May  19.-After cutting telephone wires leading  to   the  .jswelry store of Le-vis  Antoine      in  At the Assizes in'-Nclson on Tues- North Avenue, three young robbers  day the jury in-the trial of .Antonio last niKlif 'fastened thc front and rear  Para, charged with perjury arising doors of the place with iron' bars  out of a civil proceeding, failed to then smashed in a large plate <-lass  agree after being out about three window in the front and escaped witlj  liours.- Mr. Justice Morrison dis- diamond rings land watches valued at  charged the jury. Tuesday afternoon $2,500. The theft was committed in  the trial 0f -I. H. Atkinson, a Ymir exactly thc same manner as the rob-  druggist charged with setting fire to bery of -the store of T D Lande in  his business-premises last-February, West Madison street last Tuesday-  was commenced. Many witnesses-will night, and the police are cohvinced  appear in the-case, which is expect- the same men were engaged in this  ed to last for the balance of the robbery. The robbery occurred while  week- ' -jthe  streets  were  brilliantly  lighted  A.     MacDonald,      a Winnipeg ,mer-  and scores of people were passing?  chant,     lias   purchased   the   K.W.G.   j  a   block,  a large brick  structure, .. the   NONE OF THE RACERS  (Associated Press Despatches.)  Paris, May 19.���������M. Francois Delou-  cle (Republican) deputy for Indo-Chi-  na, has sub-mitlcd. to the special parliamentary committee on naval affairs, a'remarkable report of the urgent necessity for strengthening the  defences of Iii'do-China against thc  peril of a Japanese invasion.  "Indo-China," hc says,  "has only  two enemies to fear, namely,  Japan  alone, or China encouraged and supported by Japan.   The former constitutes    a real  danger for Japcn  has  much to gain and little to risk, and  isolated  position  makes  her  almost'  invulnerable fo us.   She coul'd, in    a  few weeks,   throw 100.030 men into  Indo-China,   and  easily  reinforce this  first landing party.   1 he first phase  of such a struggle would consist   of  Japan's efforts to secure mastery of  the     sea in order to  rcforce      her  troops.-  Owing to Japan's great superiority in naval forces in Far Eas7  tern waters, our fee!>s division -would)  not risk   a decisive battle but would  fall  back  upon our naval base,  Saigon.   There it could te blockaded, as  the Russians were blockaded in Port  Arthur.   With  our division thus bottled up Japan could oppose ,the juric-  tion of the blocaded warships  with  the  relief  squadron,  and  having  secured  the mastery of  the sea,     the  Japanese   transports   would  be   free  to land an invading force.",  Says the Danger is Ignored  Because They are Japanese Mines  (Associated Press Despatches J),  Saigon, French Cochin China, May  L9.���������Forty-three colliers,  mostly Rus  sian  and   German,   are  anchored    off  Nhsbe under the supervision of    the  French  gun boat  Caronade.     Twenty  similar .ships are off !Cape St. James  near here, under  the supervision    ol  the French cruiser Dasas,   The Russian transport Kieff is still in    the  commercial port of Saigon.   No more  direct news  of the Russian fleet   is  expected only what may come throu  gh refugees, should fighting occur in  the  neighborhood  of  the  Pescahors  Islands.  THE RUSSIAN PRESS IS  AGAIN  SCORNFUL.  haoidso.niest-injhe city, for over. $50,  000 cash.  CARNEGIE  LIBRARY  St Petcisberg, May 19, 1905.���������Under the grant of religious freedom tlic  heads of the non-orthodox religions  are making preparations for evangelical work. Last .. Sunday an orthodox Russian . took, communion'in the  Anglo-American church, an act which  heretofore   would have subjected not  only the    communicant but also the I    Victoria is    now in full possession  pastor to a penalty.   Thirty Hebrews  of  the    Cajncgie     Library  building,  of St.   Petersberg     who had become  though it Will    be a few months be-  orthodox have     formally applied for j fore it will be put into service. When  "������.li.._Slshl'!d..a!!y ������f thc Jachls    ������?n~  permission to return to their ancient   it. is opened the city is obligated by '  faith. agreement with   Andrew Carnegie to  HAVE  BEEN   SIGHTED.  New   York, .May   19.-A   despatch  by    wireless  telegraphy from      the  steamer  Coronia  reports   that      she  was sixty miles  cast of thD.Nan,tuck  et  Lightship  at  ten  o'clock       this  morning.   Up to that time sh*     had  CHALLENGE ACCEPTED  "1 am prepared to meet John L.  Sullivan at any time or place within  the ncxtrSO days for-any amount ho  may desire to put up.-'  ��������� The foregoing statement has been  made by Charles W. Mitchell, of London, Englund, t'he veteran pugilist  who became famous through is memorable "encounter with Sullivan, at  Chant illy, France, on March 10,  1S-88. Mitchell is looking in 'fine  shape and expresses himself as feeling fit to do anything in tlie athletic  line. He did not at first consider  that Sullivan was serious in his challenge, Vnit declares that IT thc latter  is serious about a final fight he will  not back doRn, but is prepared to  re-enter the ring and meet the ex-  champion.   * .  expend $5,000 a year in the maintain-  ance of the institution.   In the course  of   five or six    years this will admit  of a   pretty    finely equipped library.  It is   estimated that out of the $2,-  500 appropriated for the building  stallion, Clay Eclipse, valued at ' during thc remaining half of this  $5,000, died yesterday at Fleetwood year there will be a "surplus over and instructive paper entitled "lhe New  stud farm, Oyster Bay, L.I., from alove that required for running ex- Psychology," was read by I7.cy. H.  blood poison,  resulting from  a slight   pe: Ses ' of '$1,100 for new books.   It _ IX.  Clapliam  of Olympia.   Ven.''Arch-  FIVE  THOUSAND  DOLLAR  HORSE DEAD-j  New     York,    May  19.���������The Arab  testing     for the cup offered by the  German Emperor.   -^   ANGLICAN CLERGY  Victoria, May 19.���������At yesterday  moHiing-s session of the convention  of Anglican clergy an interesting and  MASON OF HIGH STANDING  COMMITS SUICIDE.  Chicago, IWs., May 19.���������In the office of Gilbert W. Barnard, grand sec  retary of the Grand Commandery of  Knigh'ls Templars' af Illinois, Archibald McLellan, prominent ,in Masonic  circles, committed suicide today by  shooting himself. Dispondence due  lo,rheumatism and acute indigestion  was: supposed to have been responsible for the deed. Mr. McLellan was  7J.i.years of age and was a 33rd degree Mason.  STEPS TO  BE TAKEN TO  PREVENT POACHING  wound ^received���������a few days before  when the horse at exercise was cut.  by a splinter from a twig, which lie  broke by stepping on. Clay Eclipse  was o*ie ot the most prized horses of  the establishment founded by Randolph Huntington, and now owned W  Walter Russell and R. V. O. Swoll.  A big price recently . was offered by  an agent for the Russian government  stud, for thc Fleetwood farms, Arab  stallion Clay i Eclipse being included  in the list.  will take $'150 for the librarian's salary for six months, $240 for his assistant, $300 for the caretaker's wages, about $ 50 per month if cord-  wood is burned, and the balance of  the $1100 will go towards lighting  and  incidental expenses.  MANY TICKETS SOLD,FOR  ��������� '��������� GLEE  CLUB   CONCERT.  MOOSE HEADS.  ���������0���������  The appended interesting'paragraph  appeared in a recent issue of Rod and  Gun:  There is a perennial discussion as  to record moose heads. As far as  our knowledge goes, the four best  American heads are in the possession  Nearly all the tickets for the bene-j of ami were shot by A. S. Reed, of  fit concert tomorrow night jbavc been j Victoria, on one trip in Northern  already sold, so those'who intend British Columbia. The smallest was  , . , ,    '   ������   GS  and  lhe  largest 78   inches spread,  and       who-     have     not   vco   n ,, , .   .   .     ��������� ���������  G.  C.  Cowan, who has  shot in  Bri-  ' going  CHEESEMAKER DROWNED  IN   A      MILK   VAT.  bought a ticket should do so without.^,'   V, 7, "',".""'" '    ' "'  , ish  Columbia tor  2T  years,  is  going  Deacon Scrivcn occupied the chair.  Rev. Mr. Clapliam, in opening his  remarks apologized for the length of  his' address, which, however, in justice to the subject, could not very  well be curtailed. It referred not so  much to the principles of science as  its relation to the Church of England. He criticized strongly the attitude of the chs'.rch towards some,  of those who left the narrow path  laid down by the majority of the cler  , gy. I-Ic also objected, to the "thick-  soled spiritual    boots-'     which many  j pastors saw tit to wear for the benefit of those who had sufficient independence to do what they thought  correct.  The discussion 'which followed was  participated in by Rev. Canon Bean-  lands', Rev. Mr. I lyd, Bishop Perrin  and Rev. PL IT. Go wan.  At three o'clock yesterday afternoon the various delegates anfl a party of   friends     cmbarkied at    Jonesj  Possibly emboldened by their success in illegal fishing in Southwestern Alaskan waters last year, three  Japanese schooners are now being  fitted out in Yokohama to take a  similar cruise. This is the advise  contained in a communication from  the Yokohama representative of the  Kclley-Olarke Company, of this city,  says the Seattle P-I.  Inasmuch as there is now a protest on the same subject lodged with  the secretary of the interior which  emanated from the coast packers, it  is thought in several quarters that  steps will be taken by the authorities to prevent the intended operations of the energetic Japanese.  ~  This illegal fishing is held in plain-  English   to   be   "poach'n >*,"   nothing  St.  Petersburg,  May 19.���������The Russian newspapers call attention to the  indifference in which the powers con.-  template the dancer involved to navigation' in   Far Eastern waters owing  to the Japanese floatine mines, contrasting   this   with   thc  harsh   criti-  cis'm early in the war, when the Russians  planted  mines  outsidD     Port  Arthur.   The Novoe Vremva      says  seven ships were biown up during the  last fortnight,  but the British  press  so vigilant    whenever  Russians  are  concerned,,    does not utter a   word  against its ally.  JAPS PREPARING TO  ASSUME   OFFENSIVE.  Gunshu Pass, May 19.���������The weather has cleared and the roads washed  out by the recent rains are impassable quagmires, but they will soon be  dry. The present.truce'-is.expected to  be broken only by the Japanese. They  are showing every evidence of preparation to assume the oH-ensivo, constantly shifting 'positions and pressing the Russian left wing where cavalry forces are daily forcing matters.  Demonstrations on thc left wing are  probably only feints to cover the  real attack on -the right. This is.  thought to' be more probable because  of the care with which the Japanese  are screening their movements. on  their left, using'-Chinese bandidt'free-  for this purpose. Attempts of the  Russian scouts to pierce the curtain  have not been successful. iProfiting by  past experiences, a.row system for  the transportation of wounded men  from tha battlefields by pack horses  has, been organized. Experiments are  showing good results.  EMPEROR  SAYS  JAPS  .   FIGHT     WELL.  Berlin, May 19.���������Emperor William,  addressing the officers of the l-15th  regiment of infantry at tho Officers'  Club at Strasburg recently, said, according to Colonel Gaedke: " The  marching on   parade  of my regiment  more  or less.    The  governmen  placed  certain   barrhrs  around     its  Alaska   fishing   dislrieis   which      the  outside  world   is  supposed   lo obey.  Thc Japanese sent at least one vessel across the Pacific last year, ;.uic-  ceeded  in getting a big cargo, sailed  iback to the island kingdom, and cleared what to them would appear    immense profits on their operations.  It  is a general belief that this chance of  prospective gain,  more than the average  Japanese  laborer  would  earn  in his  own country during an ordinary lifetime,  has been the main incentive to fitting out these poaching  craft.    According to the letter which  Mr.     Clarlie has     in his possession,  these schooners  are now ready     to  clear away on     thc voyage.    They  were outfitted  thoroughly to catch,  pack and     return  to Japan with  a  cargo  of salmon  all  ready  to      be.  placed on the market.  nss i was   nut   allogt'thcr   brilliant,  but    I  I have  shut   my   eyes.    The   Japanese  1 l.-a i'  shown   that   although   they   do  not   make  a fine  review  they   march  and light  well."  SAD DEATh*. OF /  JOHN ALTIN  FERNIE.  The contract for the Crow's Nest  John  Altin,   who  was  hurt  by     a  fall of poal in No. 2 mine yesterday,  succumbed    to   his     injuries  at  six  o'clock last evening.   It appears that  the  deceased   received   internal  injuries, both his kidneys and lungs being  damaged.  . His  head  was  also  injured.     The death of Mr. Allin is rendered doubly sad, by the,.fact that his  wife'  died -about  a year  and  a half  ago,    leaving  him  Avith  three little  children, the eldest being under eight  5rears.     Mr.   Altin  was   a man  well  ,is going north  from   there  for  griz-   boathouse for a trip un the Arm   on  zlies and record moose. the concl- son of which they were en-  Trading  Company's  new building has ',,,.. .   , .     ...  been awarded   to  Broley  Bros.     The I ^  am������nR'St   ,ns   felIoW  ���������>rkmcn.  contract  price,      includding  fittings,  |and   throughout   the  whole communi-  amounls to about $16,000.   The build '��������� ty   the deepest  of sympathy  is   felt  will be 8-0x60,'with a ten-foot    for the little orphans.  delay, for it is:probable that by to- j to make his first trip across       the  ,  morrow evening they will all be dis-  continent  to   Kamloops,   where    .he  posed   of.    The  entertainment   prom-   kveps  one of ilis ininting outfits. He  Rome,  May  19.���������Herbert   A.  John-   iscs   to be one of  the best  of     the  son,  a cheese-maker of this city, was   season.      The doors  will  be  opened  found  drowned  in a milk  vat     this    at seven o'clock and the concert.will j   ThP h^rl** <*nnk*--i nf ihnvn nn* nn    +<*-.,������������������    .    4 . ' 1      . ,,  morning, ; start at eight sharp/. ' view at ^  ������   O uf ������   n        "* in nt     the rcsMcBCe of a smaller.,store separated by    a -funeral will  take place at the local  ^ I iew at tftQ  Um<^ Uub* B. Crow Baker. movable partition, 'cemetery on Sunday next,  ing  basement under the whole of it. The '    Although   arrangements   are      not  first floor will contain the main store   yet completed it is expected that the DAILY LEDGER  THE DAILY LE.OGER  fublisned   every  day except  Sunday.  BY        THE        DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  Offices,  Ladysmith and Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ,  SO cents  a  month:    $5 per  year    in  advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  FRIDAY, MAY  2 3, T905  CHANGES IN  CONSTITUTION  Mr. J.  Adam     is  in receipt of lh"* '  ollowing  fiom      ihc secretary  of   the  V-incou'cr     rslaml  Association   l-'oot-  bull  League:  Victoria, li. C., May 17, 1.105 - '  iiCAV sir.���������'I he following chant*,!..-;  wi-.-c made in lhc constitution and  b-claws of lhc jbo\c A. sociation at  lhe annual meeting on the 2ith April   J.uSt.  COX ST1TL TION  Sod ion 5 <- lause (1, now reads as  lollows. "None of the above named  oil.cers shall ha\e a vote unless in  line case of a tie vote ol thc delegatus, wh-'n the prsside-nt of actvng prcs.-  idi.nl shall cast his vote.  Section (>, Clause C. now reads a.s  Follows: "The clubs shall he notified  of the time and place of thc annual  meeting al least two weeks pic\ious  to dale of meeting, and the .same notice shall I,c gi-en as to thc schedule  mecliii";, spicial meetings shall require three days notice.  So-tion !)     Clai.se C. now reads as  follows- The funds of lhc  Association  shall  lie    \c*.lcd   111 a chartered bank,  and made     payable by cheme sigi e.i'  s. by  the piesident   aiih secreli ty-lics-  iirpr.'<  CI P  C'OMPKTITION   IU'LES  Section 3, Clause B. now icai's as  follows' "'Hi? giimes for the cups  shall l.e i*la\ed in two circles, lhc  Victoria civic and thc Nanaimo circle. Xo circle shall consist of less  than two clubs, bin in case of Uicrr  being ;l team willing to play and no  Mound team, lhc Association shall  hau1 power lo arrange for their entry into another circle. The winners  of these ciides shall then compete  lor the Vancouver Island Championship, for which theie shall be two  games home and home, and in case o'  a tie a f.'iird game shall fee played on  iiuitral ground selected by the Exec  111 i\0 committee."  Section 10, Clause R. now rea.dk  as follows "All matches under tho  jurisdiction of the. Vancouver Islam  Football Association shall be played  in enclosed grounds and an admissioi  fee clurgrd, 2") per fill, oi the gaU  icceipK of .ill matches lo he paid t  the Vaiic:>u\er Island Football Asso-  ci.ttion after ndvcrlising expense.*-  and charges for ground, if any, ha\;  been paid. Where no gnl can be char  god the homo club sh .11 pay lo the  A "-social ion a .sum equal to the avcr-  a������f not rale receipts paid hy the oth-  ci  duls "  Section lft, Clause A now reads as  follows ''The limits of the ground  .shall le maximum length 13(1 yards  ���������minimum length 100 yards, maximum  ���������hrerdl'n 100 vnrds, minimum breadth  rf) vnrds. Tlie l'nsth shall be marked ofi' with     touch lives,     goal lines  Mine  DAY  SCHOOL  Usual  subjects   taught;   also      ian  guages,  drawing  in   pencil  and crayons,  paint ng  in  oils- and water colors, pianoforte' and vocal lessons given in classes or individually.  MISS   BERTRAM,  ladysmith. B. C.  spimaii  & Nanaimo Emk  mime**  (ires'  1������  em  -O���������-  Via the peoples' favorite  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. 686, F.  O. E.     :���������:        :���������:        :-:        --j  Meets lu the Opera House 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President, B   Forcimmer;     Worthy  Secretary, C H.  Rummings.  "Premier Haul fa in" and  "Sunshine Furnace'  Two North Wesi Premiers.  MXIaryfc  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, N.B.  Ladvsmith Hardware Go  ������������������   Plans,  Specifications and   De-   ������������������  tails     furnished for all kinds   ������������������  ������������������  ������������������ of work is the CARPENTER ������������������  ������������������ Line V  *��������� C.  B.  ROBELEE,  Carpenter ������������������  ���������* and Joiner,     2nd ������ve, Lady- ������������������  ������������������   smith,  B.  C. ���������*  ���������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  J il  New Managmen  ���������   AGMNTS.     ���������  and liiigs. Touch lines ��������� -u.st be  ������raun al right angles to the goal  .ines, lines must not l.e cut. lioal  net-, mi.st oc used m- al'i matches for '  tho championship, and the grounds  ��������� loi-erly  roped oil."  Section   II, (lause A. reads as folio- s    "A     list  of     refciees .shall jie  ma. c al thc schedule meeting- hy nom-j  niaiioii     of two    irom each cluh, \a-,  oar.c cs io    hc (died hy iresh nomina- :  lions.   Thc     referees shall  act,  in  rotation, 1 rovided     it is not    hclwcen i  I n I.s from   'which     they    ha\e hceu |  :ioii inatid    "' |  .section 10, Clai.se A. to l.cstiucii  an and' .Section 21 (o hi come .Sec-  tit n   20.  Please file (he ahove. for reference  .'ilii  \oir copy of     the Consiit .'lion  nd   In claws and     he guided  accordingly.  Vouis  faithfully,  J. '\V. Lorrimcr,  Scw.-Ti (���������������������������surer V. T   F. A.  trious, he made her resound with lhe  s-plwidiiur of his own name during  the e.uly p.vrt of thc century through  ���������������������������I'thc m'verse. It is a service to  a'grai'd'sc the name <>t one's country, for the name of a 1 ��������� ��������� s a  ������. i- I i 1 1 ;c : i.d history, and a certain claim to immortalitv.  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B.C.  McKinnell & Woodbank  Proprietors.  Modern and  ��������� Strictly First Class.  Commercial Mens'  hcadciuarters.  1  Fire Proof    Building.  Overlands  Daily  2  Passengers can leave'Victoria-daily  at 8 p. ui. or 11 p. m...  TICKETS SOLD TO ALL POINTS  Shortest route to Feinie, B. C,  and ALL KOOTKNAY' POINTS.  For rates, folders, sleeping car  reservations a'>*l "������������������I information call  on or address  S. G. YERKES K. J. BURNS  JG.W.P.A., 75 Government st  Seattle, Wash. Victoria, B.C.  The new harher at Wii.ston's shaving emporium,   High  street,   is  said  to he a very clever man with thc razor���������a   trial   will   convince.  I ental work wilf-he promptly and  carcfil'y looked after at Dr. R. B.  Dier's oll.ee, on High Street, where  he mav  he found at any time.  NAI'OLEON  'lhe intelligence of Napoleon's death  hanged lhc immense terror, which  ���������a:! beset Km ope during his Hie, 111-  .0 imin.nse pity. WlKn people cea-.en  1,0 icar him they i-cas.-d to hate. Im-  ,.-a. tial minds began lo do him justice. CI cuius and glory were not denied to h:m; hut it wa.s doplouvl thai  .-���������0 miiih geni.s aii'.l so much glory  h .d been consecrated only to thc person 1! grcaimss _ of one man, iii.sUud  of being devoted to thc amelioration  of the world. This is where he failed  to his destiny, to God, to Jiumanil-.,  lo trance, and to himself Thc fine  pari of his character wa.s nol equalled hy lhe good, fie was the gicutest man of modern tinier;, but be vas  also the- most sterile in results for  the human race, fie- wasted France  ���������nJ Kurore for fowl con yorr.*. ������������������* illicit imparting to them an idea, a in,-  "rty or a virt e lie nhoo\ 1**.(*  world without displacing il. Fr-mee,  however, which owes him a severe  Judgment, owes l*im also ph iinw-  Va!  gratitude-.   He     mads*  her  ill-s  J.HEKTJD CO.  WHOLESALE DRYGOODS.  Victoria, B. C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrate*  IRONCLAD BRAND  of  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  PANTS,  SHIRTS. ETC..  PAINTING,   PAPEK     rl ANQING  ETC.      -  Work done properly and at right  prices. Shop and residence in rear  of  Ladysmith  Hotel.  J. E. SMITH, Prop.  NOTICE.  Persoas found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,  will be prosecuted.  HUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  Ladysmith, B.C.  The City Market  R. Williamson, Prop.,  1st Ave,     Ladysmith  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������R.iteB'JM.25 aud $1.50���������  r'ebuato all steamboat laudinge aiic  raiiwuv iln-iote.    Electric carp every li v  ui -,-iiva ioi'.II parte of   the ciiy.   ba  tiu.i it*b'.u unt-scelhd.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER  B, O.  HILBERT  Public Not!  Attention is called to the      fact that the  Ogiivie Flour'mils Co.;   Limited,  makers of ROYAL IIOUSEH OLD FLOUR, have for some time  past heen producing flour in a   vastly   improved  and   purified   form  1     hy  the. aid  of      ELECTRICITY  sj and having secured control of all the hasic. patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising the puhlic that any unauthorized users of the electrical Hour purifying piocesses will he pro-  Bee u ted.  Ogiivie   Flour   Mills  Company      Limited j  a������"e the only millers  in   Canada   vLcie  liur  purifiedlby the electric process-.  f,S������SB������SaSSg������2l  This   Hotel   has  heen completely  renovated.  Board and  Lodging %i .00 per day.  HOTEL PRETORIH  JOHN   THA,  Proprietor  Bar   Supplied   with   the   Best    Wines,  Liquors and Cigars. 1st Avenue :-:  :-  A lew Ivoquisites for the 'I-loi.se-  . ec'.i-r ai tins time of the year:  Wall pai.er, from 10 cents to $1.00  ..or 10.I lo i-righten the appearance  ���������of your  rooms,  A tin of Black Enamel to make  yoi.r grates and .stovis look iake  new,  l.-i   cents.  A tin of Varnish Stain to renovate  your furniture for 25 cents; a tin of  IClastic Oak Varnish for your furniture and woodwork, $1.00: a tin of  Oxidized Enamel, '10 cents, for haths  and sinks���������water has no eli'ect on it;  a tin of Cranitine Floor Finish, to  s.i\e your oilcloths and linoleums  from wearing; a tin of the best ready-mixed paint in Ladysmith, for  $1.7:"  per gallon.  All  advice cheerfully given at     thc  Painting  and   I'arcr-Hanging.  Lad\smith Wall  Paper Depot.  HARRY KAY  :-: Ladysmith B.C.  eat Market  Geo. Roberts, x  Prop  HUSKY'S NURSFHES  NEW CROP-  Home Grown 8c  Imported  GARDEN,     FIELD      and FLOWER  SEEDS,  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  RHODODENDRONS,'���������ROSES,  GREENHOUSE  AND HARDY'  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  Are You  Going: East  Thea be sure your tickets read   via  the  HOTEL     LELAND.  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  - One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Oranville and Hastings  streets   Telephone,  1���������4.  BARBER    SHOP AND BATH ROOMS  The  ESPLANADE    between the  Grand and Abbottsford,  William Powers, Prop.  F. flcB Young  BARRISTOR and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO, LADYSMITH  BOOTS AND SHOES  AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and  making to order   ���������  speciality.  THO HAS MCE WAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  ITICKET   OFFICE  Cor.  Government  Victoria, B. C*  and  Yates. Ste.,  3  Trains  Transcontinenta1  Trains /Daily  LIKE  Dealers in   Pianos and  Organs ...  Ladysmith, B. C.  The  only  line  now  making    UNION  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with       the  through    trains    from    the    Pacific  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST" TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST. .  For complete  information ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General  Agent,  151 Yesler Way, Seattle.  One of which is the famous "North  Coast Limited," Ride on it always.  Up-to-date Pullman and .Tourist  sleepers on all trains. Through tickets issued to all .paints East and  South, also Pullman tickets issued  and 'berths reserved.  Only direct route to Yellowstone  Park. Cheap rates from all points  Easti from Maxell' 1st tb'Mafy .loth:.  Steamship tickets on sale to all  Europeun points. Very . low rates  now in effect. Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire. -   '  For further particulars, call at the  om or phone No.  456.  A. D- CARLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A.,  N.P.,        General Agent  Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.C  THEJ0NES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  HIGH STREET, LADYSMITH.  TRANSFER OF LICENSM.  ���������  IOTICE is hereby given  that at  the  ext sitting of  the  Licensing Court  be held at Ladysinith, I intend to  pply.for a transfer' of  the retail  liquor license     now held by   me     for  the       premises        known      a.s     the  Central    Hotel,      situate  on  Lot  >i,  Block 20, Ladysmith, B.C., from. my-  elf  Lo David  If.. Davies  and      from  the said   Central   to  (/he  New   West-  rn  Hotel,   situate  on   Lot  f),  Block  8.  Ladysmith,  B.   C.  FRANK  -BARDESONO.  Ladysmith, B.  C, May 2nd, 1905.  HstY 24th, 25th', 26th and 27th.  GRAND MILITARY  PAGEANT  AN D^-SHAM     BATTLE;      CHAMPION  SHIP     LACROSSE  AND  LEAGUE BASEBALL      GAMES;   VENETIAN  WATER  CARNIVAL 1 FIREMENS'TOURNAMENT  ."AND   REGATTA;  GRAND PYROTECHNIC DISPLAY  Fare from    Ladysmith to Victoria and return only fd.f'O. '  r     .Chilidren under 12 years of age 75'Cents.'  Vic'ets good from Wednesday, May 2*1 th., to Sunday; May 28th/  A special train leaves Victoria for Nanaimo at Ifr-SO i>. m., May 24th.  , - GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Traffic Manager. '  * ^.���������������������������*^>*^.������^.''������-^.;������-^.:< ^���������**^-t<-^^^  !     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  1  I  i  !  I  I  PURCHASERS  AND SHELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager.  TKOS. KIDDIE.  Smelter Manager, f  ���������s-i^feW-ferfSfeWfetS-feft^^  W. SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  !*.-*������������������  .Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  LADVSMITH SHAVING  PARI0RS  HIGH STREET..  :���������:���������: West in the City_ ;V:���������J-  RATES J2.00 PER DAY  SA*AP������.������ ROOMS  BAR SUPPI.THD WITH BRET  WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  Best accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and fishing in near vieinuy.  A.J. McMUR TRIE, Proprietor .   LADYSMITH, B. C.  X*XwX������X9X9X������X������X������X������XmXmX������X������X������X������X������X������X������X������X������X������Xm  I      LIVERY, BOARDING AND       ������  I SALES STABLES j  -J        - EXPRESS WORK   A  SPECIALTY. -J  i      DAVID JOHNSON        ;  I PHONE 66 LADYSMITH J  ^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^������������������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������-^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������JMl  WM. MUNS1E, President  J. W.   COBURN, Man.   Director  Telephone^.  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH���������Shingles a  Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers     of���������  RoUi.Ii and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Reasoned   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  B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  $5 and under...  . ..    3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10......    6. cents  ������'    $10       " " $30 ;.  10 cents  . ���������'."    $30       " " $50......  15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in C   nada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at thc principal banking point;,   l\ the United Stiltes.  HEGOTIAI1LE AT A  FIXED RATE A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COM3IERC . LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of rernittin   small sums of money  with safety and at small   ;ost.  LADVP������"JT"H BRANCH  W.  A.  CORNWALL.   Manager.  CRYSTAL LAUNDRY  Leave orders with  BLAIR &  ADAM..  ,  All work first-class at THE CHRY  ���������5TAL,  VICTORIA.  /  Best accommodation for transient  and permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has heen comfortably furnished and the bar Is up-to-  date. Rates $1.00 a day and upwards.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  Esplanade :���������: :���������: :���������; s���������: Ladysmith  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.   .  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED  AND FRESH.  BREAD FIVE CENTS PER LOAF  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  RaOrain and    ~~~  farm.prodim  Orders will be-delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at tlie lowest possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, on the  Esplanade  JAS, WARNOCK. $���������������������������*��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������+*+**+++ *������������*++++++ ���������������������������������������*������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  1        ftlfMAlll    Pisfiucrr      Mnr/r^^y      |  ���������      ������������������  DAILY LKDGER  ���������  Dredging in the rivers 0f Manitoba  and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukon  A |Territ0ry-A free miner   may   obtain  ��������� .only two leases of five miles each for  ���������a term of twenty years, renewable in  * ~    ~ -- *---��������������� rr  v.vaaaBB^v     , VlllkVI Vil I ������  thc discretion  of the Minister of the  ��������� X   Interior.  X***** 444*444444 *******.������ ���������4444444 44444*4444  ********** 4^\^^^iZ*rZ?������  "   ��������������������������� '     '   ' ,    '       ' ' .-,��������� ^_1_m,p"" '������" w-������r mar*, and sabjeo,  "CIRCUS PERFORMERS.  ������   Very  gt.  ���������  ���������  There is No Necessity  af sending away for anything    you may require in  Hardware or Garden Tools  We ean supply year wants in all  seasonable  goods such an! Hoes,'  Spades,.Shovels, Rakes, Lawn  Mowers, Poultry netting, Etc. -  Prices Always Right  PITT & PETERSON,  Duncan,    B. CM  ��������� :  Jzoufyalem  Jfotel  DUNCAN  STAGE LEAVES FOR COWICHAN  LAKE MONDAY,  WEDNESDAY,  AND FRIDAY.      MOUNT.  SICKER  DAILY.  PRICE BR05.,  Proprietors.  DUNCAN  ESTABLISHED 1878  and QUAJ1ICHAN  W. P, JAYNES  ���������Importer and Dealer in all kinds of Merchandise���������  AGENTS FOR-The American Cieam   Separator Co, Grant-Powder Co.,  and B. C. Pottery Company.  Also Manufacturer of all kinds of Feed from Home Grown Products.  < ��������� r  Quamichan Hotel  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  on each alternate leasehold.  The lessee  shall  have a dredge in  operation within one season Irom the  date of  the lease for each five miles,  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 2J per  cent,  collected  on the output after it   exceeds $10,000.  Dredging  in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of five miles each may ;be j ui  granted to a free miner for a term of j is  #  ���������o-  Headquarters   for  Tourists and Commercial Men  ���������o���������  Keast's Livery &  Freighting Stables  ������.J'.v- my * w-h. -  _-H. Keast, Proprietor  Staga leaves Mount Sicker at   7 a.m.,     returning, leaves   Duncan  at 12:30, p.m., daily, except     Sundays.    (Specials at short notice.)  X   X   DUNCAN,   B.   C.   X   X  BOATS ON SOMENOS LAKE.  Splendid Fishing, Telephone connec  I tion.  FRANK CONRUYT, Prop.  c- Duncans Station.  AN EASTER OPfNIM  FAIR'S  MILLliFSTORFi  OPENED AT DUNCAN  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  first year and $10 per mile (or  each subsequent year. Royalty, same  as placer mining.  Placer Mining in the Yukon Territory���������Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  eogth, 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 by_ two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing no-.  tices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining Recorder's office. One extra day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claim must bald a free miner's ossificate.  The discoverer of. a new mine is entitled    to   a claim    of 1,000 feet in -  length, and if the party consists of'  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out ,  Newest creations in  Millinery. Up-  pUt of which  no royalty shall       be  ,.u���������*���������   -������������������-  To  Them  the   Circua   I������  rioua  Affair.  To circus people the circus'is a very   4tt  serious thing.    When a bareback rider   <j  slips to the ground after a somersault   5j  or a lofty tumbler misses the shoulder {4*  it is his business to land on the audience is 'all sympathy, as if feeling itself bow it is to fall before so. mauy  people.   Very little the performer-cares  for all the vast multitude.    His mind  is on the superintendent, his particular  superintendent, who is watching him  at the side of the arena, and who, when  he gees off, is sure to ask very pointedly how his eye happened to be inaccurate or his muscles infirm.   There is  no place in the circus for performers  who fail.  ������������������ Even the clowns look a little bit serious behind the scenes.    But perhaps  that, is only  because the black lines  they paint on their whitened visages  are always so glum and solemn.   And  what a wilderness of fun making people there are in the latter day, circus���������  the Bumpkin, the Loon, the ���������Harlequin,  the Grimacer, the Merry Andrew; tho  Austrian Looby, the Ziiuy, the Pierrot,  the Punch, the Motley Fool and finally  thc> German''Broad Face; whoso name  '���������- Priddy Burke!    One of the clowns  ������     _ 1  Union  Brewing Co  NANAIMO,  B. C.  rianufacturers of the  In Brit sh Colun bia  Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed   Brewed  from the Best Canadian Malt Run Hops  v?*.-******-**  *i������ *j������.������������.  ''was'"sitting on his trunk in the dressing room licking a stick of black paint  and rubbing it'on his cheeks so as to  make a most funereal'expression.. The  small boy asked him what kind of a  clown he was.    He said that he was  just "Funny Friskey," and he got his  visiting card out of his trunk.   It read,  "H.   Friskey,   CJown  and Comedian,"  nnd It had a heavy gold rim, which  made it very imposing.    Iu the four  corners it said Europe and Asia and  Africa   and   America, which   showed  that H.  Friskey's fame bad reached  the four corners of the card.   Until you  saw his merry capers in the ring you  never could believe that a man with  such a serious face and such an imposing visiting card could  be either  funny or frisky.  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short  notice.   Drill Sharpened  by us al  ways gives satisfaction.  Picks handl ed and repaired.  Ships mi thing    in a)1     its    ' rani \  Horseshoers and Genera IB Jacksmitns.  David Murray  Buller Street.'���������-'���������-    -    -   Ladysmith, b   v*.  WE   NEVER  SLEEP  THE BEST MEATS  TRUTH OR PARADOX?  to-date Hats  Order at Shortest Possible Notice  FLOWERS,      FOILAGE.   AH    La  dies     cordially      invited    to inspect  ROBT. GRASSIE & SON  GENERAL BLACKSMITHS  HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY  . |t/ub ui which no royalty shall be  Made and Trimmed tojehargen, tlie rest of the party ordin-  .est Possible Notice.   ' lary claims only.  Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at lhe rate  of two and "one-half per cent, on the  alue of the gold shipped from     the  ifukon 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  norftiofc*.**. - *������������������   '*,���������-  AN IDEAL TOURIST AND  HEALTH RESORT  HOTELSTRATHCOHA  Life levels all men; death reveals the  eminent.  Liberty means responsibility.. That  Is why most men dread it.  While we have prisons it matters little which of us occupy the cells.  Titles distinguish the mediocre, embarrass the superior and are disgraced  by the inferior.  Democracy substitutes election by the  incompetent many for appointment by  the corrupt few.  Do not do unto others as you would  that they should do unto you. Their  tastes may not be the: same.  Your word can never be as good as  your bond, because your memory can  never be as trustworthy as your honor.  If you strike a child take care that  you strike it in anger,'even at the risk  of maiming It for life. A blow in cold  blood neither can nor should be forgiven.���������From George Bernard Shaw's  "Man and Superman."  BUT ARE  ALWAYS ON THE LO OKOUT FOR  IN THE MARK ETS.  WE ARE'NOW BRINGING OUR CATTLE FROM EAST OF THE R(  OKIES, YOU WILL GET THE BEST IF YOU BUY FROM US.  PANNELL   &   PLASEKT1  STFVENS BLOCK, GA������>.cP*  ; +-4 fK^������4 ��������� '��������� ���������'��������������������������������������������������������������� f-f-f-M-f+^w^--*--^^*----^---* > - .  '  *���������  LAC /SMITH TRANSFER CO.  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOV  ED PROMPTLY A   ND  SAFELY.  StaWes in the rear of the Lad.ysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   the  4-4 -������������������������������������������������������������ +++~i++++  WILLIAMS AN 3   .VA  STATION STREET,  DUNCAN, B. C.  LIVERY and  SALE  STABLES  S. J. Hagan, Manager  ���������f   Freighting a Specialty   ������f  PRICES TlODERATE  FIRST-CLASS   TURNOUTS     OF    RIGS,    HARNESS,   HORSES.  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 mosquilos.  SHAWNIGAN LAKE .B. C.  -'  Piuled br the Liir,  The librarian of the Congressional library tells a story of a colored man  who came into the library and asked  one of the assistants for a "good law  _.���������,,. .........-,-->,*- tiaiiu*. ui    book ������   jje explained that one of his  partnership by filing notice and pay-, neighbors intended to sue him and he  ing a fee of $2.00.    A claim may    be I wanted to get a book so be could find  r.r.1-  *!.������   >~   Pharmacist  Your patronage solicited  DUNC AN i   B. C.  Telephorte  in  Connection.  X  X X X X X X-X-X-^X- -%^-X-zX-X-~t~zX  *  NW  Xr  R. B. ANDERSON  HIGH GRADE BICYCLES  BICYCLE AND GUN REPAIRING.     ACETYLENE  GAS  FIXTURES AND GENERAL METAL WORKING  Fine lines, WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY REPAIRED.  SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED.  WfflTTOME  Oddfellows Block    ���������    ���������    ���������      ���������  ^i~X-^X-^X-^^^^-^-^r^i - " >K-  -Xr  -Xr  ��������� Duncan.*, B.C.  %^t$-X  X  *--v((  I  FOR DISPOSAL- OF MINERALS.  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free mi^ei 's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advance  $7.50   per annum   for  an individual,  _  __    ^.v.-^.^.     and from $50 to $100 per annum for  ON DOMINION  LANDS IN MAN- a company,according"*to  capital.  ITOBA THE  NORTHWEST TERi     A   free     miner,  having  discovered  RITORIES     AND    THE YUKON  mmera* m Place, may locate a claim  TERRITORY 1,500x1,500 feet  by marking out the  4ame with two legal posts, bearing  Coal-Coal lands may be purchased /0Cati0n notices, one at each end on  at $10 per acre for soft coaI and $20 the line of the lode or vein.  for anthracite. Not more than 320 The claim shall be recorded within  acres can be acquired by one individ- fifteen days if located within ten  ual or company. Royalty at the rate miles of a mining recorder's office,, one  of ten cents    per ton of 2,000 pounds   additional  day  allowed  for every ad-  be collected on the gross   out-  shall  put.  Quartz���������Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  The  ditional  ten  miles  or fraction,  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At     least  $100 must  be expended  on the   claim     each year or paid to  the mining recorder in  lieu thereof.  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 2������ per cent, of thc sales  of the products of the location.  Placer Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T., excepting the Yukon Territory���������Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square, entry fcc$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  low water mark. The latter includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  I base of the hill or bank, but not exceeding 1,000 feet. Where steam power is used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.  abandoned and another obtained on  the same creek, gulch or river by giving notice and paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim each  year to the value of at least $200.  A certificate that work has      been  done must be oit*ined. each year;     if  not, the claim >1a11 be deemed to   be  abandoned, and    open  to occupation  and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may   br  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in   the  Yukon official Gazette.  Petroleum���������All   unappropriated  Do- .  miniqn.Ja.nds in Manitoba, thc North- J  west Territories, and within the Yu  kon  Territory, are open to prospecting for petroleum,  and the Minister  may reserve for an individual or company having machinery on the  land  to be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as he may decide,  the length of width shall not excee  thrse t imes the breadth.  Should  the prospector  discover oil  n paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly establish such  discovery,  an area  not exceeding 640 acres,  including the  oil. well   will be sold to the prospector at the  rate of $1.00  per acre  and  the  remainder of the tract reserved  namely,    1,280     acres     will be sold  at  the     rate of three   dollars     an  acre,  subject to royalty at such rate  as may be specified by order-in-coun  cil.  JAS.  A.  SMART.  Deputy Minister of tho Interior  Department of the Interior,  ! out the law.  The clerk gave him a copy of a book  called "Every Man His Own Lawyer."  The colored man sat down at one of the  desks and turned the pages of the book  for an hour. Then he came to the desk  of the assistant and said:  " 'Deed, boss, cain't you git me sump-  in' easier? Dis yere is d' fifth edition.  Cain't I have de fust edition? Mebbe  I c'u'd understan' dat. I ain't bin git-  tin' on right smart with dis yere fifth  one."  The Tools of Genius.  Some of the greatest discoveries in  physics and chemistry have been made  with the simplest forms of apparatus  and under the most modest conditions  of laboratory equipment. One need only  recall the achievements of the famous  John Dalton and in later time of. Sir  Gabriel Stokes to illustrate the point.  As regards the latter, a comment of  Lord Rayleigh is of interest    Stokes'  experimental work, he says, was executed with the most modest appliances.  Many of his discoveries -were made in a  narrow passage behind the pantry of  his house, into the -window of which he  had a shutter fixed with a slit in it and  a bracket on which to place crystals  and prisms.���������Loudon Telecraoh.  A False Report.  "I have been told," said Mrs. Old-  castle, "that your daughter has been  doing some wonderful things iu pyrog  raphy."  "Oh, no," replied her hostess, "she  ain't been there at nil. The last letter  we had from her she was in Pittsburg  aod thought she'd go right through to  Washine-tr'**."  40K50.60. 75c yd  Good wearing qualities, pleas ing patterns.  This is the season for  Mattings  We are well prepared for a big demand with  excellent range of designs in reliable grades.  at 15c. 20c. 25c. yard  Last week w   t s. ked about  Wall Covez-U g    nowit*a  Floor Covc.i,^-  If any of your rorms n -d a  new one v/rire for sample of  our I -rge ranga o'new patterns  Linoleums  one, two, threa and fou-  ya*ds  wide  VICTORIA,   B.C.  T-x**  ''BflEDojijir  Leads Them , All  IN QUA LITY    -  j TRANSFER OF LICENSE  Notice js hereby given that at tlic  next sifting of tho licensing Court  to be held at Ladysmith, I intend to  make application for a transfer of  the retail liquor license now hcltl by  me for the premises known as the Pilot Hotel, situate on Lot 9, block  120 Ladysmith, B. C, from myself to J. B. Thomas.  GEORGE  IIANNAY  Ladysmith,  B. C,  13th May, 1005. i  To Make Hard'TiiT.es  Good  and Good Times    Iiette  BuyYour Meats From  H.&W, ME4TM4 If  NEXT DOOR TO THOMSON'S HARDWWARE STORL  WE OANSATLSFY YOU  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  -:o:-  R. P. RITHET,  & Co., Ltd.  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :-; ���������-- ._. ._. :_.B c  I  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next sitting of the Licensing Court  to be held at Ladysmith, I intend to  apply for a (ransfer of fhe.retail liquor license now  held by- me for the  premises   known    as the Central Hotel, situate on  Lot -J,  Block 20,  Ladysmith,   B.C.,   from   myself   to Joseph   I'clligrnilli    And- from   Central  Hotel   to premises  to be erected   on  NOTICE is hcroby given that at the  next sitting of the Licensing Court  1o be held at Ladysmith, I intend to  apply for a transfer of the retail liquor license now held by jne  i 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,"  HENRY REIFEL.  Ladysmith, B. "C, May 2nd,  1905.  K.O. <VULE*  I  Contractor  and Builder  REPAIRING   of   all  kinds   prompts  I attended to.     Shop on Oatartrp    #t  lot IS.  Block 28. 1  FRANK BARDESONO.  ladysmith, B.C., May !.���������������, 1905.  Ladysmith   Temple No. 5 R&thbone  Sisters meets in the Oddfellow's hall  2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7.30 p. m.  Mrs. Kate Tate, secretary.  ML B. SIMPS  Solicitor,  Etc.  to    loan  1st Avenue  -UDYSMITH -*.?"!]  THE       TAILY    LEDGER  LOCAL ITEMS  The English Derby Sweep closes on  Saturday' tlie 27th. Tickets $1.00 at  Stewart's.  WANTED���������An   experienced   Waitress  for the Sliawni'san Lake Hotel. "Apply MRS.  A. KOENIG,...  Shawnigaii.  II    II-I    !������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**  Mr. and Mrs. Waller Thomson have  taken rooms in the Williams Bloc!;.  '1 hoy move in  today.  Shortly befor-j noon today the residents  on   Fiist  Avenue  were  amused  by     n certain   gentleman,   who   was  driving, rather fast and waving in pne  hand   a bottle   of  beer,' which   occa-  sidnally  he applied   to  his  lips,  and  in  the other' hai id a pot  of red  pain I.  'I0viden,i*ly  lie  intended   to  paint   the  I won red.  All work giiai an teed and at rea  smiable prices at Dr. K. li. Dier's of-  lice on   1 lis-Ji Street.  A 'DELIGHTFUL  TRIP  An enormous crowd of people wetu  down to tile Transfer wharf last evening to witness the arrival of the S  S.  .loan from    Nanaimo.   'lhc pre-tt,.  little steamer was crowded with poo  pie  who seemed     to be. having a de  lighti'ul lime.   The weather wa.s hear,  tiiiil, the moon    bright, and  the nu.  -.sic  rendjicd     by the  Roys'     Brigade  Rand  sou tided excellent    as  the boa-,  approached the wharf.  A more    pleasant,     evening for the  .event could not well have been found.  Moonlight exclusions seem to be  veiy popular amongst ��������� eople of this  section, and no wonder consieleriii;  the beautiful trips-that'can be Uiko;  around the islands. Last year several exeuisiC'iis took phio3 from this ei  ly and every one was highly success  nil. No doiiU when the weather get>  wanner there will he some more thi  ���������year. \   *   INJURED   MINF.R  TAKEN' TO Tills 1IOSPITA1  Mr.     Thomas,   the  colored       mai  ; whose, hack  wag injured  in  the     Is:  tension   mines  by  a Tall of coal  ye.*  lerday,   was taken   up tn   the hospital,  Nanaimo, al  noon  today.  VICTORIA DAY  Celebration  NANAIMO, 1905  WE'RE AT  YOUR  SERVICE  .Baseball,    Football,   Basketball,   Ri   1     Shoot,      Gun   Shoot,      Ath!?'.ic  Sports,   Regatta/ Child*ens'   Sint-i:!������������������., to close with a grand.  Display of Fireworks  ONE BIG DAY'S SPORTj  No idle moments statts at ten o'chekin the morning and continues until ten o'clock at night  4 Splendid Day  Tills FIIs'LD  SPORTS WILL  BE  M IsLU  ONT  Tills CRICKET GROUND  X  Tills1   AFTERNOON,   COMMIsNC ING   AT 1.30 O'CLOCK.  ).\'LV  ONE  ADMISSION, 25  CENTS, TO Till"-: CRICKHTVlELD.   EV-  sRYTIUNO   ELSE  FREE.  Excursion Kates From all Po-nts  Dr.  R.   B.. Dier's dental office, o*  High Sired,  is again  open and tl  doi.tor     may be found there, at ar'  time  hereafter.  CHEAP   RATES.  The Esquimau and Nanaimo Railway are offering special in.luccinenis  lo passengers to attend thc" Victoiia  Day .celebration at. Victoria on ihe  21th. The rate is only $1.50 relui.  with- half "fare for children undo.': 12  years of age, the tickets being gcud  from Wednesday, 21-th, until Sunday,  28th. For lhe convenience of, thor.e  who aie unable to witness move  limn one day of'.the celebration, ��������� a  special train will leave Victoria on  Wednesday night at -hO.3-0 p.m., giving excursionists an opportunity to  witness the display of fireworks at,  Beacon   Mill.  is a disinclinatir.n  to make any _ship-  in :n Is  (fiat can conveniently be postponed.    A firm wishing to send a few  tons    of  lead   in  the  most   innocent  manner for bona tide trade puspo'-es,  ii 11.1  the. shipowners who would carry  it,  have  to stop  and" co-.-r.ider  possibilities-   as     to  what  the Russians  miglil  do if they overhauled the-sKp  and saw the inanifeet.   Their vk*w of  such  consignments  has  been   neither  sympathetic      nor   indulgent   in   the  m*.t; and  f".*w hope for belter  things  ���������f them  in  the present.    Altogether,  theielorc,  news of their hasty depar-  re,   of  their sinking or capture,  of  1 15 thing  that   will  take  them      wrll  *. way   from   their   present   un pleasant  . atiou,   will   cause  relief  and pleasure in Hong Kong." '  The Ticmont'did.not meet the R-iil-  lj vessels,  but was o\erhaulcd whin  ��������� route to ..Japan by a Japanese converted     cruiser,  the  America  Main,  he coiivcrtcl cruiser signalled   Cap-  ain Garlich, to heave to when half a  ,iilc distant, anel the captain, .seeing  with'    his   glasses  some   quick-firing  -.ins, did so.   Thc America Mam sig'  n.illeol,  asking  name, destination  an'd  cargo,. and' when   the   return   signals  were given by  the Tremonl,  the Japanese vessel steamed away.  The      Tremonl   brought   21   saloon  passengers and  1-02 second class and  ������������������ftcrngw   She hail a good cargo, sov-  .���������ral-hundred tons of'-general mcrdian-  ise being landed'at the ocean dock.  MARINE  S. S. Selkirk came in last evert ng.  ��������� ������   ���������  S. D. Trader     was in for coal this  ���������morning.  ���������   ������   ���������  S. S.    Belfast was in at thc wharf  this morning.  ��������� *   ������  Barge Georgian, in low of the Mystery,  ci.!r.e     down  from     Union  this  morning.  ��������� ���������    ���������  Thc  transfer 'came  o\cr  from  Vancouver early this morning.  ��������� ������     ���������  TheNs,t cam ship Tricolor is due here  on i\londay~-iie.xt, $**r a, cargo of about  ..six thousand tons of coal.  ��������� ���������   ���������  May  111.���������Arrived, slea-  froin   Liverpool and  GAVE THEIR Ol'EN   AIR CON-   ..  CERT IN  WRONG   PLACE.  C1LFE   CLUB     CONCERT.  J. Chorus  Crusaders ... Glee Club  2.  Song  0|>en the Gate ...D. Lew-  PART I.  Addis: s    Chairman.   i.-:.  .?. Trio  Fair Flora Decks  Messrs.  Uellis,  Roberts &. Thomas  /,. Song  Maid of Alliens 'D. *Soh-      urts  5 Soiik  Deep, Deep Down   Henry Hughes  li    Instrumental     Duet ...  Echoes  (By Bla'.c)  Misses E. and M. Pannell  7. Duet' '.Excelsior  ��������� Messrs D.  Roberts & J. '1 nomas  X.    Selection   ' .���������   Ban***  PART II.  1    Glee  The Little Church    Glee Club  2. Instrumental Duet   violin & piano  Piano  Misses V. & K. Hunter  .?.   Song   .... .Homeward   ...   T.   Levis  .(."Song  Selected.... Mrs.'Ihomp-   -.   son.  :-,.    Cornet  Solo ".'.'.'.    J- Whitcom-b  f,.'   Song   Mona ���������   -1-   Evans  T.   Solo' and'chins  .......When  Long Lost Peace  1). Roberts & ��������� Glee  -M'.ib  8.   Selection      ���������Vuul-  GOD SAVE THE KING.  Mr. Hugli Fulton will act as  chairman.   . -   ���������  Accompanist,     Miss     Coburn, Conductor, Mr. j; Thomas. :   -  ���������  . +     ���������  GOOD TRAIN  SERVICE  FOR THE 21th OF MAY.;  New York  mer. Baltic  Queens (own  City  Cells table Han nay  was aroused     from  his "slumbers  at   an  early  hour  this   morning, by   two     loggers  who   were  indulging  in  a fl'ttle  concert on  the streets., Tlic strong waters  of   the  various  saloons,  coml-in-  eel   with, the  morning  air, had   proved  rather  too strong  for  them,      so  while on   their   way   fo  their  camps,  they   stopped   under   the   constable's  window  and  gave a series   eif       war  whoops,   accompanied   hy   a    graceful  For the 2-1 th of May celebration at  Nanaimo...the  Esquimalt  and   Nanaimo Railway have arranged an  ���������'.veisl-  le-nt   service   from   this   city,   trains  leaving hei'2 for Nanaimo on the 2-itl/l  at   9.30,   11.00   and, 1.1.57   a.m..2. -n), ���������'  :-!.30, 0.45   and 7.150 p.m., the  returning   trains leaving-. Nanaimo  at 10 a..  'nv.:, ,1.00, 2.30, 4.15. 5.30' and 10.80 pf;  . m.'    The   fare  for  the  return     tiipf  will be fifty cents with half rate   for  children under twelve^years'        '���������'���������"   -���������  LIME JUICE  New stock opened today  "GILLONS".'   Imperial   Quarts      "GILLONS"   Imperial   Pints  ...  "MOUSERRAT"   Imperial   Quarts ...  ..  .... 50 c.  .... 25 c.     50 c.  W.T.HEDDLB  GO-  Victoria,   B.  ('.,  May   U).���������St earner  Tremo-iil,   Capt.   ('arlich,   which     arrived   at   the  ocean   clock   yesterday  from  Manila via ports, was al   I long  Kong   when   Rojcstvensky   with     his  Hal tie-  squadron  arrived  at   Kamra-iili  Hay.   When   the   lialtic  siqjiaelron   left  the French  porl,   the steamer loaded  l,ul   2,omi  terns, <,f a large cargo  lhat  awaited  her and .sailed  in  advrn'je of  her   sciinluV',   Fearing   trouble.      The  arrival of the warships in  the waters  in   the   nnghliorhood   of   Mong   Kong  ( rea ted qfiile a panic and was having  a bad   elTecl   on   t'nc   business   of    the  porl.     Insurance   rates   were   advane-  iiiQs    I'ii tl-.-is eonnr.'.t'lon a Hone: Kong  paper  says:   "We  are  informed  there  Williams' Block  Ladysmith  step-dance on the woevden sidewalk.  The ever ' watchful canines of the  neighborhood helped matters out by  applauding. Tic com,'ii nation produced a Weird effect. Upon the recommendation of Mr. I-Tannay Hie ' men  went, their way lo the camp rejoicing.  ParticularGrocers.  Telephone   1  Lr. R. B. Dier is again back and  h's office will be opened rcgulaily  1 ere after. .  HAVE YOU  Those Starts, Nobby  Up to the Minute  SEEN  Ties and Fancy Vests?  n Style and Coloring.  At Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  WILLIAMS   BLOCK. ; TELEPHONE  0-7  The Right rCind of Clothes  at the Right Kind of Price.  The kind of clothes th-u  you and all prac ical men  like to wear.  If   you don't know what you  want our showing of spring  togs  will help you out.  If you    do    know   what you  ���������want'you'll  find it here if its  light. ^  We carry the bsst. makes  of Hats, Boots and  Shoes, as well as Clothes  DRYSCAIE-STEVENSGN  Co.   Ladysmith  TEA  BKB  U  Cur.B. ardA. Tea has  a distinctly   original  flavor and quality  vliich   no  other tea  tin- imitatev-  fc&est iu the Land  50c lb. or 5 lbs,   $2.25  Agents for the famous  RAKNVANA TEA in 1  IbF-PacWageS at sec  pe-* Package.  BUIB HMD /p.  FIRST AVE     6  ROBERTS ST  TIDE TABLE.  SATURDA-Y,  MAY   2(1  High  Tide Low  Tide  , 5.IS a.m. 12.35  p.m.  7.55 p.m. ' 1.02 a.m.  Get your Sunday Examiner, N.Y.  Journal and- World'' every week s,t  Knight's "Bobk Store.  DESERT SHEEP HERDERS.  Their  Lonely,   Hrcary Life  Ttiiiln   to  Drive Tli^iu: Crusy,  Do you realize 'what it means to  watch 5.000 sheep alone in the desert?  You have' read weird, grewsouid stories  of the horror of the solitary lighthouse  keeper's life, but compared to the'days  ..of the.* Mexican.'Shepherd those'of the  average keeper of the light are filled  with gayety anel noise. Kvei\_jyith  their one or iavo dogs the shepherds  of ten go insane, anel were it not for the  company of their shaggy collies the  lunacy among them would rise to an  almost incredible percentage; if we are  to believe those who have followed the  sheep in the desert and therefore may  be supposed to know.  Once in old Santa Fe, N. M., I met a  man who for twelve years had followed the sheep. His work was done. All  day long he sat in a chair in the rear  of a little dobe store, crouched over,  gibbering to himself, bleating���������an idiot.  He still saw his sheep swaying like a  great white wave among the sagebrush, and ever in his ears sounded the  killing monotone of their bleats. One  boy,' though fifteen years of age, is  mentally no further advanced than the  average child of five. His father is a  shepherd, his mother died when he was  four years old, nnd liis father took him  oiit upon the range. All-his life has  been spent among the sheep; He is one  with, tlieni today.  How is it possible, then, you ask, that  men are to be..found Willing to watch  them? It is very easy. Sheep herding  is a lazy job at best, and the "greaser"  is the laziest creature on earth. For $20  a month he Is willing to sit in the sand  and listen to the never ending bleating  until the little mind he has gives way  nnd they fetch him in from the range  insane. He is glad to take the chance  for -ISO a month.  The greaser is not the only shepherd  in the west. - On the vast ranges, of Nevada and Wyoming you may run across  an occasional college man tending the  sheep. Once, indeed, a college professor,  ill of consumption, undertook to follow  5,000 blcaters for the summer. '��������� In autumn they found him insane, ?on his  hands and knees among the sheep,  bleating with them. Day after day his  eyes .behold only a brilliant turquoise  sky, in which hangM-n sun of brass; an  ocean sweep of sage flecked sand and  a slowly moving, compact mass of  sheep. His ears hear no sound save the  steady "Baa, baa!" day and night, affecting him as the Chinese criminal of  ancient days was affected by thc regular tap, tap of a hidden drum.  And yet so long as the desert continues to provide food for the "bleaters"  so long will shepherds go mad among  the flocks, and for ten years the desert's  greatest value to man has been the  fooel it has'offered the sheep, nor yet is  the store'depleted.���������IMlgrim.  Tlic- WI������l������c������lncH!������  of '.Growing  Old.  Here arc the three deadly symptoms  of old age: Selfishness, stagnation, intolerance.  | If we find them iii ourselves we may  know",we are growing old, even if we  are on the merry side of thirty. " But,  happily, we have three defenses, which  nre invulnerable. If we use them we  shall die young if we live to be a hundred. They are: Sympathy progress,  tolerance.  The first is the hardest to most of  us, because our own little prison of  the actual Js so immensely important to  us. There is no denying the* fact that  Avlieii you have a toothache yourself it  is hard to. have to.consider other people's nclies. But it can be done, though  it generally involves physical effort, for  we must bestir ourselves and act. The  mere feeling of sympathy expressed- by  action is ii poor, useless thing, but the  soul*"determined not to grow old, 'enforce the body to such physical effort,  though there is no denying that it- is  hard work.  Tootlinclic.  Toothache is something to be dreaded. Until a dentist can be consulted  anel the exact cause of the disturbance  located and professionally treated it is  an excellent thing to moisten the finger  and, after dipping it into some bicarbonate of soda, rub it on the gum round  the sore tooth. It is also a relief to  mix a teaspoonful of this bicarbonate  - of soda in half a glass of warm water  and rinse the 'mouth with some every  little while, holding a little in the  mouth for a few seconds so that it  penetrates all the crevices. The soda,  being an alkali, serves to neutralize the  acids in the mouth, which are often the  cause of toothache.  Just received a large consignment  20> 25. and 30c. Per Yard  Newest Designs   and Patterns  Assorted Colors  SIMON LEISER &C0 Ltd.  GATACRE ST.  iLADYSMITa F  r  W. G. Fraser  Merchantlailor, ,  (ist Avenue)  Spring Stock on hand. Call early and  get your choice.  s. w.  means  SHERWIN WILLIAMS .PAINT  Our  Spring  Stock- has  just arrived,   and  now  is  a good  time to    paint.  Covers more and  lasts longer    than any other Paint on  thc market.  LADYSMITH HARDWARE CO., Ltd  Charlie    Dunn  MERCHANT TAILORS  NEW    SPRING   AND   SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVED,  Charles  Dmiii,  of the above, firm, v. isits.Ladysmith every Sunday, for the  purpose of  taking measurements and     seeing customers . personally.    May  be seen at tlie Hotels.     We guarantee all  stock and a perfect, fit at   the  lowest possible rates.   Suits from   ; $15.Ou up.   Pants Irom $4.00 up. All,  Tland-inade. tt ������. ' .._.-���������--.  DRA \VN.  Ladpitli Doaf Win?  TRANSFER'OF  LICENSE.  NOTICE .is*--hereby given that at the  next sitting of the Licensing Court  to be held at .Ladysmith, I intend to  apply for a transfer of the retail li-  epior license now held by me for the  .premises known as the Island Home  Ilot-jl, situate on Lot 3, Block 20,  Ladysmith, B. C, from myself to  Agnes  Knight.  1-1.   L.   BATES.  Ladysmith, TV.   C.,*May  12, .1905.  NOTICE.  A  special meeting of  the executive  of the  Socialist  Party  will  be held  al Harry Blair's house.on First  Avenue  at     7.HO  Sunday  night.   Imports nl   business.  (Signed) GEO.   ITANNAY,  Secretary  of     ?arty.  Launch and Pleasure Boats of all  descriptions for Hire. Boats built  to order arid Repaired. Spoon <oars a  Speciality.  IIARRUP  AND HAY RDM.  BOAT     BUILDERS.  Kiictv the  Crowd.  A street preacher in a west of Scotland town called a policeman who was  passing and complained about being  annoyed by a certain section of the audience anel asked him to remove the  objectionable ones. \  "Wool, ye see," replied the cautious  officer, "it woukl be a bard job for me  tae spot them, but I'll tell ye what I'd  d������e if I were you.-"  "What would you do?" eagerly in-  quired the preacher.  "Just gae round wi' the hnt!"  JOHN STEWART  '.CONVEYANCING  *.P. O. Box 26-  NOTARY- pnr.Lic.  USERS OF  WHITE SWAN  1  Stand a good chance to win a  GRAMOPHONE  Every 25  cent purchase of   'While S\v;*n  Soap entitles you to   a    ^  11   chance iii"'(he drawing for this   high   grade   Berliner  Gram-o-IM.one.       |  Good work is dene by the Chrys-  tal Laundry. Leave 'your orders vith  Blair & Adam and you will be satisfied with the results.  BARGAINS  In Alt I.INES  OFGOODSCAR  HIED BY US  WATCHES- CHOCKS RIKGS. JEW������LRY,S1L  VERWARE, FANCY GOODS OF ALI, KINDS  '���������"!  REAL  I-IRE-L'FE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  CENTS'....: V  '���������'������������������   ^OLLKCTED.     ,.  ni-li-JDS,   WILLS,   MORTGAGES,   C ONTRACTS     AND   AGREEMENTS  8  m  uw������jfm-ii  B.FORCJMHER  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER,  OPTICIAN  First Avenue,    X-  X   X-     Ladysmith,   B. C  Dr.R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  All -work guaranteed, and at reason-  able rates. \  High St. Ladysmith.  Fresh  CHOCOLAETS  OPEN AT A.LL HOURS.  t  1st   1 venue,  Lad/smitl^K  \

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