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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger May 21, 1906

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 ���������LEGISLATIVE ASSEVBL  The Ladysmith Daily  VOL.,2  MONDAY  May 21,   I'IOC  PS.ICE  FIVE DENTS  LADYSMITH WINS  .   tHE BALL GAME  Chemainus Goes Down toDefe at Yesterday in Match on Bunker  Grounds  Duncans Win's League Game/op Sat-  urday-Nanaimo Proves Victorious  in Hard Fought Match Yesterday   ;  Ladysinith    defeated  the score of seven  inns  to  Yesterday in a good game of- ball, o<i<l and   was caught out.    .J.  Aitken  Chemainus   by hit    safe,    readied  second  oi error,  six,  La- and  in  an attempt'to steal     thnid,  d\smith having ono    inning  to play was caught between .bases' ami lelir-  Chemaiiiws  showed a  mailed     mi- eUi     Royce    managed 'to gam    fust  provetnefit in  form since their     last 0Il  -il0w-yt,,,--',, elCOi   ' CUecnwcll'also  game which is accounted for /by    Iho -Relied  fu,st on en or,  lioyce    gain-  iMUtttion  of  two  new men,  a pitcher lUl& {\uui  Ln (nine play, hut was call*-  And shoit stop.     Both teamis    play- e(* ol,t  ���������-, umpue on" account of   Na  1 a , nainio coacher   ma'-'i'ig livfiift- of steal-  TWO till  FOR TRIAL  THIS EVENING  line-  fil  ed good, hall, J. Kerr pitching  line game for the locals. Thc. '  up, of  the two teams    was' a**  Ohemaiiius���������J.  Anderson, 2nd.b , T  George, catcher, C   ftrb, 1st.I* ,    11  Leslie,  3rd l> ,   S.   Mai k is turn,   pi teller; B. Davitt, ss.,  C.  Dickson,    left  field,  J.  Davitt, centie held, E.   Eili,  rigftit - field.  D. Aitken, 1st b., .1.  J. Dunbai, cf., J.  J. Ciossiu, if, E  Ken, 2nd b, , II iM������wi  Ken, catcher  Scoi e.  1 2 .{ 1 5 (, 7 8 i)  . J I 1 0 (I 2 0 0 \  . 02!) 30 0 100  Saturday's game al Duncan, when  ithe locals went dowa to defeat, was  spoiled by tain Up to the fifth m-  theie    were no runs registered  Lad) smith ���������  Muir, 3rd b0  Kerr, pitcher,  Claike, 1 I , M.  uel, ss., S.  Ladysmith  Chemainiui  nuig  by eithei team, ibi������t at the coin-  menoMiient of the filth the ram  oauic down in shoels, and niuthci  team could put up good hall The  Duncan team, crossed the plate hive  times in the sixth, and at the end  of the "match the scoie stf*od U to  4 in favor,of Duncan.  Nanaimo'5,    Victoiia 2  On the Cricket Grounds sunday  afternoon  thc  Hillside  Baseball    team  of Victoria were hated fiom a slvut-  ont by. hitting    Circcnwell     in     the  sivth inning for  tluee singles and   a  sacrifice hit  by  McConnell,  at      the  hinds of the Nainaimo team, togjl*thcii  v t*i an    ei ror on Uie pail  of     McDonald,   which   altogether   was     ics-  poisl.lc foi   their only scones of   the  (game      (Jroenwcll   foi   thc     winncis,  .pitched  gilt-edged -ball, > allowing, onlv  live hits, staking ,,ut  tluee men and  only allowing one i|.isc on JvUls   I'e-  den, for  tho visitors, also  pitched u  great game, allowing only seven lubs  his only  mistake*,being hittuigj/a 'fitter  and allowing  one  base on   balJu  The/fielding ot .both    teams was     ot  tho   hrst-class  st\ le, and  allog-ethci  tbe game  was  the best seen on ,   the  local diamond  for some tun**  ,Story of ihe (lamp.  Fust.  McConnell flew out   to ccntip   Ik.Id,  Brewster   was   th.io*vu  out  <i(    (ust,  .\nderscTi l|cing  letued in the    sa,me  manner���������No runs. ,  T. Aitken stmel. out, Ashman u.i.'i  thrown oue bv shcrt .stop at fust,  Gordon being re tned in the same  manner.���������No  runs  Second  Northcott ret nod    at hist,     Kinsman reached fust on G icon well's   eo-  ror,  but was   retired   in  an  attempt  to  steal   second;   Tuscji  struck     out,  and   the side  was   retired.���������No  runs.  Gralham  Walked  lo -first,   and stole  second.     McDonald    and.I.*.   Aitken,  the next   two iiiimi rip. fanned.. Hoy c:u  was     thrown     out    ia! first, making  three out.---No runs.  :       -'Third.'  ���������McQuade  wat   thrown   out at  first;.  Liiscom<be sharod  the same fate. .Pc-  den  hit safe,   |>ut  was  retired- in   an  attempt  to  reach  second. ���������No .riitis.  Greenwell   banted, to pitcher,    and  v/as thrown  out-at .first.     A    throw  from short stop   to first, retired Wilkinson,      and    T.     Aitken  made   the  third out  b,y faimWg.���������No runr.'  Fourtli. ���������' >  McCoriTiellaiid Brewster both made  drives to     second,  but  were .thrown  out at first.     Aiwlerr.on struck    out,  retiring the side.���������No rims.  ��������� Ashmnn   flew  out  Io .second     Held;  Gordon    drove  ball ,jU>. short    stop,  anid  failed   to   reach   first.      Graham  flew out'   to   centre field, and   retired  tire side.���������No runs.  Fifth. ..       /  Northcott; hunted to Greenwell and  waijthrown out at first. Kinsman,  the; next man up was retired/by tho  same route. Tusen by fanning ' 'the  air three times made the third man  . out.���������No run!3.  McDonald knocked pb'p-fiy to    see  ing home. -<No tuns.  Sixth.  MoQuade, lust man up l��������� <he visi"  tois, hit safe, Ltiscoiiibe did likewise, advancing Mctjuade to second.  I'eden, ,ne\t man up, followed suit,  lining out a .safe hit. Thc bases  were now lull, McO Hindi took his  turn at bat a.iid;biuilod the-ball  tluee feci in fiont ,of plate, Aitken  secured and reined McQuade on < a  forco'd run home * Brewster hit to  second, ' but failed io i������.������h hist.  Luscomle scoiing on this play Anderson reached fn'st en enoi. I'edon  crossing the plate bh'same mispiay.  Nonhcott Hew out'to shoit' stop,  and  tht*  side  was leln'od ��������� Two urns  Wilkinson, fusl man up tor ,Nanaimo, bit safe, T. Ait'vcn <uid Ashman kiiii-cked, pop-il)������ uij-'iuick' suc-  cet.sicn to" 'Shot t "slop, and were ic-  tiiodi Guidon, on coming to bat  hit safe? advancing Wilkinson, \ who"  had previously .stole fcocm.ri, tp third  G-iaham also hit safe; ict>ri������g Wilkinson, and 'advancing.- Gordon- to  '/ecoi'd, McDonald 'flew out to 'cen-  tic field, m,vkn>g the thud man-out:  ���������One iim.^/   .'. -       ..i"    -���������       * l\     -  ���������Kinsman and' Tusen, the twofrst  m-cn up foi Vict'uia, were both  tin own out bv Graham at^fnst Mc-  Qu,ide walked to in st 'and st(dc .second, hi,! was left there when 'Lus-  combc letuid the side by kjnocljuig  a  poji-f'y   to short  sti >p���������No  nil1..  Only tluee Nanaimo batters faced  (h.e pitcher in tins nviino, D Aithen  Bojcc and Gi ecu well The f.ist Vjiim  ed jilavci flew . out to short stop,  tlie second was Mi town nit at fiisi,  and G i pen well f-tii n������ tJuuwn out al  fiii.t by MeCoi.iiell al shoi I stip ���������  No   inns.  IOighth  Pelcii,  on  acoo'int of  enoi.   leach  ed    fust        McConnel   anl   Bicvvslci  weie Loth     tin own out   nt Hi*-I,    b\  Greenwell      Pojen being  retired     i.y_  Graham aftei     bn/u, caught l etwren  second and   third���������No inns.  Wilkinson, (ns( mrn up m Nanaimo was hit bv pitcher, and <-ivi*,i  fiisl base T Aitken hit thu ball  to  second,letn aig    Willmsou 'h-  man  leaclitvl  first   on enoi,        llAen  going   to    second  cji s.une    nu.pl.iv  Gordon hit  .s\-ifp, scoiing T  Gi.ihnm, next  man up, also  safe  Jul,  advancing  Goidon  end   and    bunging in   V.shni  Dcmld  slu.ck out      .1     \!ll im     lu  safe,  siniing Graham, nn I  iluv ������������������ n  tned   the     i|.|e   i>v    stii!  Koiir inns  Ninth  . 4-JorUicott    made    drive   to  sfop.and failed   (o  reach   first,  man  dew    out  to  ' second,   Mc  I reach:aig  first r.n  J,' Aitl.-Mi's   .ir'or.  LiiKconrbe 'made   the   third .'man    out  and ended   the game by /!.(������*ing- :.!.r.jvn  Aitk'-n  ma'le   tl  I.L      *-L*l -  ���������l.       -e-  ���������ma  . i.i  Hi I,  ^.iS-  n.ide  out at second  on  * forced  h i t  -   ''���������>  ' re-  dcu.  Thc  Sco  re:  Niyiaiiiwi.           A.  t. ii. ii. r  '.O.  A. E  T.   Aitken  4  1    0  4  2   0  Ashman, I.f. .'.   ���������4  I    0  li  fl   ft  Gordon, 3rd b. ...  ���������1  I     0  0  l)   0  Graham, 2nd.b.  .  .   .T  1    a  5  r>  Gri-ba-in,  2nd b...  3  1     2  .  r>  ii ������>.  McDi n-ild, ss.  ...  ���������1  0     0  2  2   1  J.   Aitken,  lsr b.  . 4  (I    2  If)  0   I  Hoyce, r.f.     .4  0    0  I  (1   0  3  11'   fl  It  7   2  Wilkinso-i,  cf.   ..  0  1     1  0  0 II  Totals   32  .���������>-.   7  27  20   *  Victoria.            A  T, 1  1. II, 1  j.o.  A. F.  McCo:*.inell. ������s.  ...  4  0     0  1  4   1  Hrcwster,  2nd li..  '1  0     0  2  0   2  Andersnii, 3id.b...  4  0     0  4  3   1  N'orMfcCoU',  r*.   ....  1  0    0  ii  n i  Kinsninn,  r.f   '1  0   .0  I)  0   (i  Tusen, c.r.   4  (1   I  :i.  0   II  Mctjuade, Kst. %.  3  1    1  S  0   0  LuscomUe,  I.f,  .;.  4  1   I  l  0   0  Pcden, p.   3  0     1  0  8   0  Totals  .in ill'I irinmr Jurai-HiTi-nT--- *  34  2     4   24i  15   5  ,., .------.u,~  n.eie   will  he  two  cases  Will PROBABLY  OPtN UP SOME  FRUIT LANDS  KIUFO AND  TBAIN WRLCK  Land Commis-Jioner  Denis,    of   the  up      for  (J.P K ,  who on  Satiuday, m     com-  heaiiug  tonight hefoie  Justice of tlie 'pany    with a party from    Waslung-  Pcaee  Malheson,  in  the city  hall.      j ton nisjiected  the lain I  adjacent   ai������l  R Nye was arrested yesterday and back of Ladvsmith with ,the view  will answer, to tlie ehaige of ueui������ jto having same de.ued for fiu.it  diunk and disorderly. raising pmposes,  iep.������lod ^on his ie-  L. I'ollpnd is repotted to have turn fiom insjiecliiig the land, that  stalls! celebrating Saturday niglil although theie was not .is'' large an  with'a gun, and it i.s said that he'area as he had aiiticipabed, he  lir<W o'l several shots on lop nf the ' thought that the matter would be  hill. A., this is within the city hm- gone ahead with.  it������, Constable Calendar arreslod the I ''If," said Mr. nonis, "we get a  enthusiast and  Icxlged  him  iu  jail        good proposition fi-.nu  the gentlemen  w ho  an  ��������� p   Till*.   dT)R,RIS COMI'ANV  tJK-   glO'llld,  ������l  1.)     W<  The Victory (Joloiiist has ijie following 1o say of lhc Morris Com-  ppiiiy which plays here on Friday  and Saturday next.  '"lie Lee Morris Stock Com veiny  .opened its engo), jement at tic Victoiia thcatie last niglit 'under the  most favorable anspicei.. Not since  the Mack Swain company has a  stock company ���������hounded into |*opulari-  <o  tai'e  a contract to clija.r !  we  will have it attend- I  aie   desiious  of     -lying I  the evpci iment    ioi huit laising    oi |  the island,  and learning  that     there '  was  land sullicient foi   the'   purpose '  . (Ij'icent <o Ladjismith,  tJiought   it a  go</l   [Ian   t<> tiy   the hist      experi- '  ment n.Mi     lhc  city     It vvo������ild    Le ���������  moie   cen tnient    foi   paities   settl- '  iih^    on the    proposed    tracts,     and  would  makie    thc     vvotk  of-dealing  easier " r  1 r  ty as did     this    or������nl,|i,'ation  which   [ orr,.(C. cdrf ny vrs  last e-.ening paid its initial wit  lo ,  '   7 ' the^boV CHAMPION  this city     'The  bill splnctM   for tha  was    "Roanoke," and   the  21.���������t l.ot'is     Cure  New ^ oik. May 19-���������A crowded  expre*.s trnin bound ioi' Coney Island  over tin* Sen bench lin������ ol' the  JliooKJ.su lapnl 11ansa crashed into  u vvorl*. car near ihc Com;y Islai.a  cJccJv bridge tonight one passeng������i,  an luiknown being killed, and near-  I> a score <U others injii'-i'd, sonie uov  ercly, whom u r- iidI IicIicvimI will  Jne- 'J'he expn-ss iitiiii \*as heavily  I oil (led, tin* ho.u 4ii Iho city v-ndiiiy  tens ol thousands ol people to the  shuro Thi- Cust car was ' badlv,  su.asli������-<l up and it was ui ihio cai  lhat the g-ri-ate-.! tlainage oeeunvd  Sewiol pnssens>'is    ini tbe oilu'i  i.n,ts of tlie train weie cut by fl>-  >"i������ glass ami bruised liuiui^ the  panic;''which   followed  the c-rasb  Men .tad uoineti fou^lit Willi each  other to "yet out ol tbe rars which  thiealened to catch fuc tioin th*  electiic flashes The man who wa.*-  tillecl, and who y<*t rr-mains un-  Ki.own and unidenf ifinJ was about  .'18 .vi'ais old In hi*, poeket was  iiiimd a pawn tictci bdanu^* fhe  name of Fcn-nuu  Tlie   more   st" iouiI.v   mjuicd      wpvc  op-rnmc  play met   with a  warm reeept-oii  '"The c ^npany is a very' good on0  evifnlj l>alan.-p(l. 'lhe play will lie  pipsonted for the la't time tonight,  civius, way on tomorrow niejht to  Nat Goodwin's old f.lrce-comedy success,  'Turnrid Up '."  '*  New Yoi'-, May  I eat Willie flonpe at the c'oiiclus.on ,Kvm McUowc-ll, 20 >eai-q, Urooklyr.  of the special 3,B00-point match at 'several l>ono** l.rokcn, Fmnia Liddell  18.2 balk line, fiiushvig Uie sents !21 yeavs old, a tiamed nuiso in  with a total ol .l.fiOO points to $- om- on tbe hospitals at Newark, m-  .r)fl7 t -r IIoppp, Uotli matches of the Junes lo iho scalp thigh and ankl.\  day were well played and' leLsulled in Albeit .fanc-scn ."12 yeais. New York,  c-ood avieiage*. Cure gave about the mat mo oi nghi Jou, Annie Li*J<'ii,  bpst   exhibit mn   ol   hillinr.'s   that    he '28 yeais,     Xew      York,  bevere con-  C1I VROICD WITH 'AIDINCI  l'RISONnic" TO KSC.APi-: i   .������.   Coi.coi c illy, Mav 21 ���������A   V.     Dm  body,  h-s  done suite his  aiin.il  brie iioin   cuss*ion ui Uie  I'lancr* j, j ions,   Cociha   Lindlc.v  In   the aftsiiioon   he avcia.e*������l  civci   huuses  ��������� ���������0, inalun? 4(H) points in   thu teen in- j    Au  emei g>-ii>:y  ckw  '���������I'-g**      HoPf* flushed 37fi points  i���������  ran. a freighter of Riverside was ar-   1w,he mma^ reaMv'made-a h.ghei  rest d foi   assisting Thomas Melville   av,oia���������e_31  am| ft  fi.,ehon> J nnc   n,  his  innings    heup-   lal   and   .anolh.-i  110.      Both   nun kept close  louethei  in  the evening     IToppp made a (Jian-^ ' Y~)lk  emit   to cut   down   the slim lead of1,.  ( iiiv,  but missed bv 33 pavnts      He  condition     scr-  ag**d   8,   seveio  the hotsj thief, to escape Duncan,  it is aM-rgfd earned Melville from  Rive'side to Oj.hu in his wnron  covpicd up under the canvas. He i*-  a'so chargol with furn-Ahing the rs-  caping man  wilh  tSoA .������* monoy        ,,n uf,  m      |nl,  ,o  m  Melville has pleadul guiltv to two avMftl j, o, (o 2J for (hc *  ol t'he si\- charges" that are -aemnsl j  him* -and on oii-e *J*Ss* |/���������en'' sentencod j  to fi-ve v pints al hard laboi at Walla |  Walla. 'Ihe judge, has under advise-j  inenT, the second sentence. As Mel-!  ville has already sencil a trrni in!  the penitentialy,  tho cumulative sen-]  on a iv pair  wi- iwio making u-pairs to the trol-  Wj> s on thfl Rea beach line near 80th  street     and  evidently   tho  car     was  m; n   i  and evidently tho car  not pioperl.v guaided t.y tiagmeii  Ihe Luna Park -*.*press fioin New  Citi hounU for tho ' shore  came tearing along at "io miles an  horn, struck the work car ami all  but    demolished it       The     woikuien  LEAVES FOR  SKAGWAY  tence  en   the third  ehaige may  l^c^sentpiio'i   o ,  be  ISSUES  WARNING,'  19���������Should  the   ne\t  of the-navy  \\ ji*hington, May  break out. with in  yours iho .condition  be such . us. lo lead to disastei  Sin.li is tlie siatciiient made l>y roar  Ailmiuii Mason chief ol' tbe |>iu*i*������.ii  oi oidiiintice in a stiHcment to tho  Ssccretniy oi" thi- na\y, calluiy nttou-  tion to tho lerluct ion in the estimates oi ilie bni'oaii ol oulmrtiiii-  made l>y t-ht* depai linenl and bousi-  committee, on  aaval��������� affairs  Admual Mason s.ivs I lint  than twelve million itoll.ns  befii (.ut out oi tho est Liiialos,  he dechtrcs the. condition of  biurnii us Jit tit* sliiul oi desperate'  for the ccisi'itiig year. lie says there  is not now, aiul will- not l������e any  rcsorvo amnurnitioii nvailahlo for any  ol tins impn'-lanl n<iiis It will prn-  bnbly be necessary '���������. I.o discon.limie  tnrg'ol. practice, nnd nc-w ships must  lie sent' into eoinuiinsion without ivn-  tiiutrlition or 'rcsci've guns on band  and rn������gt! (ind������>i'S,���������nnd the 'money  to buy them are lacking.  Victoiia, Ma>. 19���������Mi Uluto Fra-  *>������ r. who had charge ot the survoy  p.ntios who were en^agc-cl making  tho iiitertuvtioiial boundary belwemi  Alaska and British Columbia for  two yeais, is iu the ctt%\, pioparuij;  to ajjain take up tbe work.  I Mr J''ia*.ei was seen yesterday hy  A Coloni-st repoi tci anil 511 convoisa-,  tion   staled  lhat    doling  tin* {���������ieatei*|  -saw tho. danger and-jmnped ia. .tmta  to save thou* lives The entue foi  w.irrt portion 01 th^' mot01 car oi  the o\p*e*,s tiain was torn a  way, tho mot01 mart. .John Fivde-r-  K Ksi n was pmned in lus bo-\ and  ipsciuhI   with   Mjinf   flilViinli.v H-*  was not   nijiued   o   war  few  will   part''of last year bo had been in the  A. BIG  STAMI?E/DE  \ ancoiiver. May 10���������'Neyei ia  mj experience did 1 ever see anj-  thuig like it l'eople are grabbing  Limber claims all along the coast  iiciehbophond 01 I'oi-lland Canal and,1'"0 1,ke .vo������aS-**te.-s grabbin-* nick-  leiL theie 111 October, gomu diruci k's whclv a *?00<l -^*U1^1 ^H01'  to Ottawa, wj*ein.o lie lias just  turned.' 'Although  formerly in charge  I'arty,   he-  will   t'ni*.   \..u   be  engaged 'clai,ms are  now   being  parties.     Ho   will  bo  .iic.i,ii-������ani������l by   *������������������"������  ������*fl,b������1  *svars  a������������   ������"     ������"'f0lint  Kobe.t   Smith,  son    01   K.Ur'l'   Smith,   *-������  the scarcity ol timber.  M'.'.P.',   of lXanainio.      No  assistants  reel  re-  1 throws   out lUha'adful amoinj* a crowd  ���������I  new hboys  Mi      Fiasor   \%as  *>'  01 Iho Canadian   ������'   (-\urnll      and      I'oidoia  1  ���������- -*������������������   ������-'-������������   tal>������"ii out that  dow-n about tiio corner  Streets  111 ore  has  and  tbe  So  .spoivti   this   morning  M>       Kd.  Wyhe, of Real  Jsland,  who has    bad  soma twenty years experience  along  Wylio   says -that ��������� re-  will   Lv<j   taken       'They  will    (ommeJUe  ncAr Skagu.i'    aJid gt)  over   lhe  work  lhal has been  done bv Die  Aiueiiean   llw coast    Mi  in  the ne.ghbo.hood  01   clulkoot ami ������������������������������������< ly claims have been taken up on  C-hiUat passes n.-dondo Island,   Ramsay Arm,  Toba  Inlet   a������d   Hnmphiey   Channel      that  .Referring  to ���������..the  been    rlo-'no   on   tin  Pra.ser  sin Led   thai.  ed' vary    favorably  1 Ji ird   of   Llui  completed.  vork      that      has  boundary.       Mr  it.  had   progToss-  aiid  about     ou-'-  boiindary  had  At.   tlie*      preset 11.  I line  -o���������  FREEZES HIS  *      TONGUE  there are-  Hirer-  Canadian  parties  tbo   field,   under      lhe   direction  Messrs.   Bi-a.haz.iu.    .1 .   0.  Craig*   and  J,  Tat?,.   o    COMMITS SUIC1DK  TO  AVOID   ARRK3 T  the  (Continued on Page Four)  Millviille, N.J.���������Atbcrt Travis was  playing about the Millville ice plant  thc other day, when a companion  dared  him  to  touch one of  Uie     ice  : pipes with  his tongue.  j    "I  never  take a  dare,"   said  lad.  In a moment he was -writhing in  pain, white his companion stood  filbout  for     some time 'and  laiughrd,  i.Ui-inlai������ia; he ��������� was playing. All elforls  to release him were futile and his  father was summoned. Learning that  1 here was only cn-.w way to save his  son,   he spoke - to the  engineer     and  .turned away while the man opened  bis^. pocket  knife -and cut   the lad's  .tongue loose. Before a 1 hysioian  could arrive the boy had almost (hied  to death. '  Norfolk, Va., May 21.���������Irwin ''ticker, cashier of the Savings Bank at  New-port. News, knowing -that h?. "was  afcout'to l.e arrested. charp;od with  defaulting $10,000, committed suicide al Newport News today. Tucker's shortage may reach ?20,0fl0, tint  it can be made good from bis life  insurance.  r.l'GVTT.S  AND SIDELIGHTS.  Mrs. Knic\'er���������'What do you idn'wben  your husband tells you of the big  fsh   that   got   away?  Mrs.  Rocket'**1   tell   him  of the- pa-  weie  passed  over  ior \enis as      not  offering enough   timliwr  to  be    worth  iho  working owing  to  tbe   cost     i*r  been 'dues,   sliipmont,   etc       Soveial    st������U-  t-rs   have,   however,   found  themselves  ia jifp  against      tbe    Fader Tulp    Com-  stakes,      which    cover        groat  areas of timber territory nnd  are to  be found  in  many unexpected places.  Tbo pulp company   has an advantage  over other people because it. has only  to pay   two   cents   an aero   to   the  government  while others havo to pay,  five.     Tbe   company    is   logging   on  claims  now,    Mr.   Wylie    says,  ,f  pany  i,  many  but  none of the timber   being   taken  o(Y is   consigned to any pulp mill.  She wrote:  "Circumstances over which I have  no control compel me to reject your  ofier oi marriage.    Yours, etc."  11    wired:  "���������What  circumstances?    Reply  paid."  She w'ired:  "Yours.    Collect."���������Cleveland  der.  pre-  l.ca-  FIGHT RESULTS  INA DRAW  At End of Sixth the Match is Stopped  t  and Referee Declares it a Draw,  all Bets Called off  Hannay   Apparently    Had His   Man  Going-Letter Received From  the Referee  I  rivgons 1   might, have   married.-  York Sun.  New  .Sb-c*���������Du you lifliow, I've induced nvr  husband  to give til1 ci.K.ir.s?  Ile-iis thai ������o? Well, .I've known  him for swe-n years and I never  saw him give up one. ��������� Illustrated  Bitr-  "1' ].resume you speml all yon  makie?"  "No, I   don't sjiend a tenth .rf it,"  "Then you mrst have, a nice little balance  in  tbe il-ank?"   :  "Nope, not a 'cent."  "ShaVe, old chap. I'm married  myself.1'���������Houston Post.  "A draw," wa* the final decision  rendered by Rcfeiee Heit Dawley, at  the bovine match on Saturclav nigbt  t jtween .lefl H uuuy sin 1 Kiaiil*  FLiiiaiidtv, before a well filled house,  in   the   mi('..iie   ol  tbe   sixth     round  While the ii&ht was billed foi bl-  Uv.11 founds, and oulj lasted .six,  th������ie was no kickniy; Mom the������pec-  talors bhat they had not got tiheii  meney's worth, a.s they had seen two  iojukIs of wood f.ist jnilling, and one  men nearly icady to ibe counted out  Befoie the hjrht stalled 'theie wx\  .onsuleiahle letting, ROiiitj on. ai1-*-  vihrle iheie were no odds givuii, Kel-  naiide/.' money seemed to be more  plentiful than^Hannay money. The  JhemaiMis people were loud in their  praiws of Feinande'/, and pie-  .ious to tbe men enteiinij*, tJie ring  gave several resounding chtv-is jm*t  to show that they tlioii^-Jit Ihen mii]<  .vas all right I Ian nay's ba'keis  responded, and shortly aftei the le-  <rcc called tune.  When the> men came together much  111 lei est was taken in the mannei in  winch Ilannay, especially, co*nductjad  jiiinself Lbit few had|fiecn him lifeiiti  .ind just what hc could do was a  ���������u}Steiy. Feinande/'' on the otlux  nand, had 'l.tt-n seen in tbe ung  .,ej ire by many piescnt, and it was  ihe opinion that it would take a  ifiCAl man   to jiut  him away.  ^ First Kotuid.    ���������  At I ic call of tunc, both men  wen. (��������� ihe cut re, Ti<.Jiiuy in a  ���������-li.iulit fighting position, while Feinande/. commenced woik in a luw,  .liOiichiii" foi 111, ami uiuncdiabJly led  .vith a leit to tlic face Ilannav  stepped in and received the blow on  tbe shouldei and blocked a right  ja'b with his forearm. Feinande'/  -.eemed anxious to ti.j again, and  .lid, witli the same results, llaniu*.  -caiccly moved 111 his tracks, while  ihe (.'J1ema.1n.u1 man l*pt up .1 con  iinual Mile step, leading occusional-  lj with his letl 101 the Ladvsuutii  man's lace, hut without damage in  the lust, the round ended with honor-! even.  Second Round.  'ihe secoiijl lound was ninth t.hc  same as thc fiist, and no hard blows  were received by either, The crowd  commenced to get anvious and t advise, t (he men to get busy It'was  stnl early in the game, howevv r,-iiinj  Iho anxious ones weie Ihut few  While lLinnay still stepped in and  avoided all of' Feinaule/.' swings,  he also returned a few at close t^uai  teis, and while neither received anv  senous blow, it loolied very much  as though Fernandez would have, to  chnnigw his stylo of l\������hli/n������ 11 he  wished to do any damage, while al  any tune Hannay might KuiJ a punrh  that would' ewl the fight.  Third Round  In tlie third lliannav .sor-med to  have -Ji/ed his man up teifei, and  while he was still careful, he vv.is  more a^gres-sive, and did a 'Iiilie  Work- which waime.l up the enthusiasm of the crowd. Fernandez replied to all of Hannay's leads with  a sniiiJe and anotJicr is.wing, however  and still kx>/)| up bis footwork. /H.;h:h  nay, on ibe other hand, .hardly moved in bis tracks, but turned ' in a  circle to meet his opponent's! leads,  and sent in sear.il short jabs al  close quarters. Again the round  ebrl?d with honors about even.  Fourlh R-iund.  .lust after tlie g0ng in tbe fourtli  round, things looked a little blue  for the Hannay corner. Both men  mixed it, and Fernandez landed Ibe  hardest blow that was struck up to  that time on ITannay's jaw. It was  a neat: left swim.;, and had they  been a trifle closer t'-gether, the  match might have ended right there.  Fernandez saw his advantage, and  while Hannay was still dazed, raish-  eel to land again. Hannay, however, was not too igrogfty lo pro-  te-f. himseli, and met the ('lunm-aiiuis  man    with    a stiff punch  wilh     the  to  hu corner and  worked haul riming  his  minute's  lespile.  Fifth Hound.  The minute had been .sulhcieui i, 1  lLinnay, and he ,setvniiiig to haM'  U> uid out all he wanted to know  a* out Jus Ayponent's style of tight-  nig, immediately mix'ed things, dnv-  nig .his man to his corner, 1! >���������, m\.  111^ lepeaU'dlv Feinande/., while  still game could d* nothing but p'10-  ic.t liinis.df, aii.l gave giound all  11.nnd the ring, 4iml towards thc end  v.a'i .so closely piessod that be was  huced to clinch (<-' sa\e hims-lf.- T'ie  loundcd ended in a clinch, in-iJi:* C/!'e--  mainivs man's coiner, and Ik,niuy  walked across tJie iing amid*:! iho  loud cheers rj his supporters  SixUi Round  When the men came to ins cc.il'e  fn .the sixtli, the. ciowd were in  their fiet, as they knew fiom lhe  way V>e filth had ended that Infi^  vv i*. Lfoiiig- t'ti he something dome; .,  \nd theie was li.iiinmy nnmeduie-  ly commei Cud operations, landing (n  his oppen-nt's fvc;*, afd aigain ,Uit-  mg the puisuit loniM the ung, lie  e'fntually ce nailed the Chemauui'.  nun. and ike. latrei, in order to ie-  co'er fiom tlnee or foiu whulwiiid  piuclvrs, gi*a.:������\*e.I Ilarn*y cpd held  on The r.-Jcrte PnallyMjroke thwn,  and again Hannny was aftei fus man  It .was ras\ to see that lie was aftei a Inockout, nnd it was just as  ���������e.i*-v to see that the t'lhemainus mam *  was afraid lie w.rs going t0 get it.  ���������'o. again ..-siivrd ^lumself ���������-���������vvith a  cinch, and t'n ���������*: tune icfusod to let  go At 1>lus point Constable ('alii 11 ler punped into tho ung, and  with the lp-lp of the lpfeiec foiee.l  Uie     nun    apai t N'o   cjong   jaiUi,  hove ei. a-ji while the refeic" and  onstable weie looking at c. cliolh-  ei, ILnnav edgi.d aimiwd them and  a a'n got at his man This twin*  hc sent him to the flooi, and it be  u*ig in Fjinande/' coinci v.hcie .1  In tie watei bad Lcrn spilled on the  flo< r Hannay slu-jr ��������� 1.1 f-llacioss  his man Heie was where he citlTci  Io*-L his head 01 had hcttei eve  thr.11 lb" leieiee, as. wl.n li* hid  n".lined lus feet, he stood oh wait-  in������ foi hi*- opponea't to use 'Ihe  latter had stalled to get up'iefoie  thc count commenced, but whethci  01 1101 he was oil his knees, is thc  ���������'<(iuted point Hannay said thai  h* was, and made a light swing at  him, which landed on his law The  lemce called foul, and announced  that he gave the fight to Feinande/, Hannay having lost  on a foul  '1 here was loud protests liom all  points, and the ung was lie ode'  wit'i spcttatois The principals an!  seconds invaded the diessmc- room*-  whi'i'C tbe argument wated loud. It  see-mod to be up to thc ( liemamu*.  mioi to either call the matchadiaw  01 let it go on to a linit.li, .and a*.  Feinande? had a broken fmgei, hi*.  manager refused to let him go b.u>  to the rmg, lie was. however, willing to call all bets off, and let the  match l.e called a draw, 'which., was  accordingly d,cine       ';i,.;  ';'������������������.  While a draw was the decision,  there was scarcely a maji'at the  ligbt. who did not think'-it; would  have been Bannay's 'tiiatch had it  lasted but one. round mere, und all  are of 'the opinion that heV!isv the  best man.  The first preliminary to : the main  event was very tame, and did not  excite -much enthusiasm, but the si*c-  ond, bptweeii HiSbert -aiul livers,  while not (larigeroui; for either, was  still fast, and got the crowd in ex-'  cellent humor fertile main event.  Byers rushed matters from the starl,  but his wind failed..'him,;-.ami Uil-..  bert hit him about as he pleased before the end of tlie; third round,  when tlie -affair was cialled a draw;  a������:l the  main event annoimocd.  Editor   LeiU-er:  Dear Sir,���������I bhougbt  I  wo'dd    be.  a-vie  to  enlighten   you  on   the   fyrjhl  n,t   Ladysniit.ii ���������-cm  Saturday     night  ' right  and  an   npperciii   with  I be lelf. .  .  'This left both  men  iu a ,n������-re   care-   between  FemaiKlez and JelT Hannay.  fill condition,   although  Ilannav  still   I     see    the    Ool'onisb    bad'awro������g  fell, the  effects of his hard  jolt,  and .statement altogether,  and I -wis*  to  the  round  ended   slightly   in Fern ui-! right it.     In the sixth round,  dez' favor, Hannav's seconds at   the    "   . ...���������'.  call cf time-rushing    their principal (Continued on Page Four.)  Han- ;-������-**������l*'* ������- T>*l  i-  I.1  J1L1L  DATLY     LKDGHk  TH^DAILY LEDGER  r-*blisned   every  day axcept Sanday.  ������*        THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE  AT T-ADYSM1TH  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  aivaaca.    Advertising rates on ap  plication.  MONDAY  ma  May 21,    lltOf-  McKINNON WRESTLES MATSLD \  ���������5-j  Va-acouvor, May 19.���������The next pio-  cramnie of the JB. E B it A. Club,  which takes plaeo at the cluii  rooms, 320 Coidowi Stit-ei, on Wednesday,. the 23rd lust., will eoubit.1  of two wrestling- matches, ..MaLsitrij,  who is to moot Sine Swanson ol >!>>  uauuo on June '0th, will t������j eon-  elusions pwith U������*:tot -MeKmnon <>i  this city. AloKinnon was ubuuLuiui.-  tcly barred fiom meeting- \\ ilgte*"-  tbo winner of thc cup a l*"*-1 woeu*-  back, through meeting with an accident when  traiamg  Matauda concedes 'iioin   '-ighl      to  ten  pounds    to  MeKiniuni    anil      ne-  < conling to i-\pci i    upiiMii i '���������   - in ��������� ���������  should be  the feature-  event    ol     the  season.     The  otliei    bout   will      uj  'between   Charlie,    Wils-ros-i,       |iiese*nt  -middle .weight ch.impion   of   the  ut>  and. George Mi I'mi.tl-l,   of   No 1  iFire,  Hall,   Now    Wesliiiiiisl er.       I\h  > Donald tip*, the  sole  of   !���������><">  pouinls  and  Wilgiess at   13S pounds  -''-?, 7       ,    o   ,1"       '  DITNC-vN  MEWS  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  SEP.   J    KEMP.   OR LEAVE     ORDERS   WITH  - Wi   CARTER*  FIRST  AVENUE  PHONE "'CO  NOTIGE  LADYSMITH .'WATER WORKS_  Consumers aie:  -.('i-iicstc.l to call at   the office    ,on  Roberts   Street  u  pay Water     Itates; between tbe 10th    and  the 2,"3(h of each nusth.  Office Hours ( P. M. 4.30  T. ] BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  .������������������������������������*"������������������������������������.������������������..���������������  .{-  Colonel   aiul Mrs Hall   left in their  '*"* \motor, car for   Nanaimo   on   Wednes-  -' ���������'   clay,*-. "  ' moining last Tliey  ;,taie" delighted wiih tho roods boicunel!  ���������_'    are enjoying   their outing ve> y much.  ,They expect to  spend  a few  days at  Cowichan  LaKo  befoie    they     return  4 , to' Victoria.  Kf  "On.  Thuisday  afternoon  last,    ton-  1       ���������  tractor R. McLay started on. the sup  wrstructurc   of the new    building   foi  ^      ^the.~local. Knights  of  Pythias.     This  ' <��������� "in^ examining the  woi I*, that has been  t- the 'largest  and  one o/  the  best     m  Duncans.      Theie    will   be  mom     foi  'two;stores   and   the opera   hall     on  the/'ground   floor,    with   laige     bail  and  ante7tooins above.  Om   Wednesday   moining   the    inmiv  _    fiiends    of   Ali    and  3Vlrs.    J     Wlut-  tome   were  at the      station    to  bid  them  farewell  and   wish   them      bon  voyage t    for   their    new  home      in  South Africa-     Many wo-c the good  1    wishes i   .showered   upon   them,      anel  everyone   wishes    ,them    well        and  ���������hopes   to  see   thefen   return  nt  some  , future date          LADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5���������  Rathbone Sisters, meets m the Odd  fellows' Hall every 2nd and 4th  Tuesday, at 7 30 p.m.  MRS.  KATE TATE,  M. ol R. <!k C.  HORSEMEN,  READ   THIS'  First  Class  ������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������"������������������.���������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  R10S FOR HIRE  WOOD   and   BARK  For Sale and  Delivered  EiKPRESS WORK  a-i.m iiw^���������aw -"-a.���������  PHONE 66  JOHNSON  LADYSMITH  !ENEl  t  BLACKSMITH SHOP  Mineis' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED    AT   SHORT   NOTICE.      DRILl.b  SHARPENED BY  l;S   ' ALWAYS  $ (.11VE   SATISFACTION.   PICKS  HANDLED A."  ND  REPAIRED���������r  -S II1 P S M I T II I "N fr    ' I N   - A. L L   ITS' BRANCH ES  Horseshoers and Genera1 Blacksmiths.  *  j^>    \x; xb r  BtALler Street  LAC /SMITH TRANSFER STABLE;  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD- i������ uJ'.KJ i I IV   AlOV  ED PROMPTLY  A    ND  SA1-EL/S         ^^^   J  i  Stables in tbe rear of the- Ladysmith hotel.      1-map  o:dirs at   It.      -  Abbots       ford <  "       -"            ���������      - A.    J"WA1>KtTT7    PROP   ;  1+������++ 4.4-4 4-4-4 4-++ 4 4-4 4^^ 4 44-* ��������� ���������*������������������������������������*��������� * ���������<��������� * * * *-4*** * + * + --T * '        ���������  SH4VES & BtflJS  "Having tali.* ������-ver the barbershop  Known as Che Ladysmith Shaving  Parlors, High St., 1 intend, by keep  ing competent workmen, .0 conduct  a fust-class establishment, and r leaped fully soliclv your patvonase.  1H0MAS  LEWIS1  HOTEL: ^DOMINION  r     * it              . . "     \  *' '    -           ���������**���������*���������  ���������lhiiHP;i|.1.2."������ aid$3.60���������  F10 to al'"���������liRinboat la d ���������'I's and  - ,i!wrt\' dt'pexp- ' Elei-tri- ���������'������ 8 "vnu fl e  iniiiiitsa to nil pail*} ol tbe city. Ba������  .end tabliOnicxoelled.  F: P.AYNESi Proprietor,      ,  ADIIOTT ST.,'VANCOUVER  B.'C  Rest accommodation for transient  \nd permanciit boardcis and lodgeru  GRAND       HOTEL]  This now Hotel has been comlort-  a'dy liirnibhed and thc bar Is up-to-  d������t������* Rates $100 a day and ap-  w\rda.  WM. BEV BRIDGE, Prop.  1    t1*  ���������i-flaaA'-'i :*-��������� ������������������' ��������������������������� ������������������-' t^Tamltli  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������-AVHITK   tJOOK���������  and  -WHCTB'.I.fBOR���������  E������������plo>e<l Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  QATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  ������n am m;uri>  I-URSIbll   ROOMS  BAR SUPPLIED WIT HBRT ���������  ,WlNKS, LIQUORS, C1CJ4RS"  v  uGHT  -   LadysrnitH, B ���������������  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  >i  A. J. McMURTRiE, Proprietor  LADYSMliH,   . C  1     ���������   ���������' 1' 1   ..if \  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Gnod tables and good  1 ��������� - Rooms        ; j-  PORTLRND  DA\ ID IIYNDS, Prop  Board at reasonable  Rate's     v  The bar is extra well  Stocked;. -!  NANAIMO NEWS NOTES  Ihu ncxl   yumc in  tbo In Lei mediate,   tbe compnny's poi foiTiianees  111    thnt  baseball  lcxguo   will   lake*   plaie       in c 1 L% '  s^ns  this    city    on    Sunday   uoxl   bcUMiu' " I'bc  pioeluction      wns   up  lo   t 1l<^  thu local   Eaglosl and Ladvsiuilh        ��������� sUinikii-d   sot   by   tbo   opening       pei-   '-'���������' ��������� ioinmncc of   lhe     .Moms.  Conipjm  Rev.   A. M.'Sanloid lotuiiiod   ye*.- *ua x'hG -)lav   w,u  l"-0^ cven     wov?  terday noon.  Horn'attend ma           tW popular thu 11 its predcccssois    GroaJ  tfetbodiat     conlerence,    which     ,has -altent ion   lus been   paid   to    eletnil  doae by the   Aineriean anel Canadian anu  Line result cntucl-. '1110!  thc   ele-  biien. 111 sesaion   -at    \ lctorni  sitting,  ol   tbo  conicieit<-o    jn*>t    uml  ud   has  bee.11   the  loiigebt   on   iee,oid  '���������*'l'"   nmiids   01 an enthusiastic audn'iitc.  *��������� JionnoUo'   is   a   beautiful    .stoiy  I  ol  old  Viignuu 111  the days   ol obiv-  m tho    hifaioiy   oi JiiiUbli    Cubuubia 'j-iiy and  '*omniieo,    and natiu.illy  a-  IUethodis.ni.      It  coimneituv-d  itt.     t-il-   *,,ounc-s    ln   thrilling  clima-.f's      Some  Imgt,    on  Wednesday,   uMay   9Ui    "���������"���������i   aWllont duxiactei   diawmg   is     done  did  not  Loinplote   a.s   laboi.s   '  until   ];y j-t    j^eid,  and  111 every    -nistnin-e  luidaj   liifthL,  May    L7,   a peuod     01   jac;t   nioiu   Uu*   woik    of   delineating  .1      .   4 .���������  *���������* -  ���������ji-fla   ela^.s.      'J'ho  maiji   j.oat.011      hu  'these   ebai*actoi_a~_was ;in   tliorough!.\  tlie pioloiiged    se-*t,iOii    ������js,  the lad- 'compel e*nt bands      Miss     Odell Keitc  I have used MINARD'S LINIMENT', UItf ul   Ulu  StuLioiuna  Uoiuuuueo to'](i |]io  ]iAlt "t J{"oanoke i������oyto���������   bain my stables Ior over a  year,   and   "t1^ on Uio dialt   01  suu.o������-   101 ia   tlltlinill1g    stft80  pieBenw--f     wlwch  tlic coming  yeai       Jn  tbe  jnul   diafi 'coulJ,(.(|   Wl(h   ^   sufflcient       peisomil  ab adopted    bi   Uie    uwiioieme   Hev   lIliaf,nL.J ,sin,   gaans tho clote&i   *atlen  A   -M..   annlonl   11,   aloued   to     Pun   \^ q1   hei   ,10Hlels      alltl cdiet.s     un-  te*b atieet,   Vaue-oiner,   Lhc Hov   Mi   'boum,(.fl  eilUiubiu*nu      K.cbaid   Scott  liobson,   01   Feme   taking    I\li.   riau-'  consider it the Very best for hoise  flesh I caji get, and would  stiongly  lecommend it to all horsemen.  '���������   , t      GEO.  HOUGH.  Liv������iy    Stables,  Quebec,   95   to K)3,  .Ann Street. ,  as H/.el-iat   Moise made the best     of  loids   place   at Wallace fetieet .Men,   hi, narLf   ���������huh   h(.   po,t.ayed     most  odist   Uuuch.   Thice-   \t.us'   iesid<>in.n   ,((C(.p,u*,h       -.llss    c'.iiftith   as     Vunt  111 this city makcj ll'cp.escnt past,,,    J)imi]i   inn'f]ii n   eomillie ,���������,  ioath    111  leai nu-   Ins     c ongiegat ion   j .������-���������   fcut   tlie  flecisjcm   01   tlic      Slationin_ ' .   , , ,4,  ,, l( ��������� ,    ,.        ,        1    Quebec  May 18���������The Chuneil 01 the  Committee   m  in.tltiis ()t    this    kind  lioaid of Tiado and [rnrfjoi* Comuiis-  llus  is final,   anil  tlic  I!<-\      *-?anfoid    will  This  lintel  baa    l,*06n  completely       rcntovated.--������      ,:i- ,vi*. ,  Hoard a*d lodgiig (1.00 per day.       {  HOTEL-    PRETORIA  JOHNTtfA, Proprietor  r 1 "* -1  Har Supplied  ivith  the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue-.-:���������.-: ���������:-   Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigais. -        '  i Esquihialt   & Nanaimo Railway  VIC rq������l A    DAY   CELEB RATION  c At  .  VICTORIA, B. C.  ~"yv\ ahy".^',".' ~2~S~ 7 2&  Automobile Raccs,-'iloise ^jiaces, ^Attuatic  -aiid ,["iehl   ^Sports* of"5, all .  Umds      Siieetacular water Carnival   at tbe (.orj-y  **   "cjiaiid   Pv-rofeclHiiiT'  displays' J   ,*-_    %~\ ,     ' *"    -.7'    ,    ,---,-     ,-���������.".      _       1  Rar'eVf rdrii, Ladysinith to ly ictoria and  Re Uirn $ 1 5 3  *��������� Children  under. 12,���������j.eaijj._eil_jige 7f>   cents.    ?  .TicK<������ ff'co;l  fromv Triursday,  May   211 h,   to   S.im.ilay,     Jiay   27  s.ivfr.'', "A  SPEdlAL'TRAIN .will"'lea\e V.eloria Joi .\\ell11i3t011 ���������  internwdlate stations at 10:00 p nr,   o-i Thuisday, I\lay 2Uh.  V     r G,:U. Court ney,"  \ District Pessenger Agent  58 Ciovernment fift.., Victoria, 1^6. ���������    '     ' " - 4  th   inclii-  ������nd 'iall.  3 S-Sn.-  ,--j  Ticket and  Freight  Office",'75  '-     ���������'-GoierDnienti' Street. >       ,  2 Transcontinental, 0  Trains Daily      L  <     -v>  oTliej ^ew-l^aiii .  .   ORIENTAL LIMITED  ,.  ��������� ,.. ,\ T\\t Tram ot ',,'    <    "  , .Ease.  Elegance/'Excellence.  , ���������. Kyecyf mile; a Picture,    and  no. smoke to^spoiP the    view.',  ,,*.. T,hrowgJi Compartment,   Ob-.  servation'' and^P'ulhrian Sleepers;    also  {j]hroUgn    Tourist''1  ,, CatsJl,torCl*^;ago.r.,     ���������  At intic Steirnahlp Bu'������ine������������ to Europe  JV irour Specialty'  .,  ;Union,,-> Tcyminals jwiih   all  Steamer lijujs., -, ,       (i  Berth- ret^'r^ations by ^wirel '  ,��������� ^rcati^orvthern's.S. Co.  ,, F;OR,- ^ARANj .^ANg, CHIN A. s  -..^teainisliips iVfinnesota and Dakota sail from Sjeattl������ for Ja-,,,  ���������,-PaiV, anil;ChinaJ.Rorts,ati fie-.  <luenr dates.. . Exact - sailing t  n datcsvCan, l-e.j*JDCiire*l uppn ap-2;  , ..Plication, to.nny'.Great Norlh-,  ern .representative.'  , S. Oo-XEKiCES, ������.   i H  ..A.O.^A., Seattle, Wash.^  <;evr.)s:t;ephenv^; .:��������� (>,  I  Low Fxcursion  Rates  :  ' ��������� ,     %', Round Tij>  4GaUy ,3^ Tickets  'Trans-/^^T  Trains ^"*  THe CITY m  1 ' -:'  . - ���������,,-���������. ,  :.; (.    |R- Williamson Prop  1 - ,11  ust. Avenue Ladysmith B. G.  il,  On Sale May 24, 25, 2C... ^  To vKewHaven,.Cdn,; SBI-flB-'  555,00:  '.������������������j i  July   10  to 15.  To .     Denver   .  ,*���������,- ' -  , ,    August 7, 8, !>  To ,    Milwaukee Vj69,ft  , Sept.; 8, 9, 10.     ''''{'if  To      (ToroolD    M1B3J5U"  June;!, (i, 7, 2'1    25.H  July  2, 3,  Aug/?,  8,' 8.  TU ALL  H OINTS  .   For partu-ulais call ^pn -, or  wiite E   E. BlacKwoojl.'Geia--^  ,-,'eral Agent,   Victoria,   B.C. '*,  A.   D. . Charlton, A.G.JpVa'-;'/'  '������-'..   .i    , . N.P.,   Portiantl,j6r,e.'t  4      X  'I  ���������a  U-i       ,., l  I^ilJlO  -L4"U ^      "* E     J  I*      iH        Jl)il"l  .���������..������..j*.������.>���������"���������..���������..e..������.-������.'������ .���������..������..���������������.������..���������>.���������..���������..���������..���������..���������..���������.  ..������..������������������.������..������-.������-.������.^..������..4..���������������������������������..������������������.  STOVES! STOVES!.  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest 'Patterns--We do  A'| kinds of Foundry and Repair -Woik  Nickel Plating in ali its branches a Specialty  Lady smi ih Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TLOLEPHONF, 53 P. O. Bov 42.  ���������������..���������..������..���������.������..������..  '������������������..������������������������������������.������������������������������������e..c*  .���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������^"������������������������������������������  eic Jony  bid   iu  I in   iiiiiiilii'is  ilock jx  loud   l.u I wi 11  .MOHIilS   SI'OCLv  rO-Ul'Y.VY  Will  App-ji   lu it    f'ni.i   Nit-lir*.     '1 hjs  Wcf'U���������'��������� 1 in.moUi       oil   "V'lniLi.-,  'Illi1   Mollis    Sloik    Coinp.iin      \i ill  optn il ioni   n'glit   I'lin.ini-im'ut   in  ihi.  A   Great   Boot  for Prospectors  They are all. leather,, and  made to stand strenuous us*  a&e in ruins' or -forest.  L117. Men?s Tan Chip  pewan Veal Kip Prospectors'   Boots  Ten-inch    blucher   cut,     with  with    full -bellows tongue   to  the tip; have double silver eyelets  and  stud   hool<s;      double  sole 'and slip;    standard screw  fastened;  slugged    around    the   p  lorepait and heel.'      A    corn-   w  fortable as well  as a   "rahle   ."������������������?'  hoot.  Ask for .them- at your J)<:ilcts  J. LEGKIE Co. lt<!  V4NC0UVEB, B C,  I    lu������,   sjoiiims   and     a   iiuinlii-r    of   prouuu  I '  ei 11 -iti/.c-ns  air* Iho  nuc-l*.  of       Su  'I honias Shaushne*i*.ey loiughL at ci  dinner on ihe *-icnin*.liip Kmpres*. ol  Li'-rlaiu Toinonow moniiiift a 1111111-  bfi of ini'iiiljoi *��������� of piirlhinient und  ]>i oinuient "\lniil realeis are coming  closMi to a tion d a dinner to Sn- Thomas  **ihiiUfjliii<,***'*v  which pi oinisi'>s     tu  "Vanuiiini   Opt 111   lfriu*f   on      Mniidav  ninliL.   piL*nnliiig   II.il   lh-i-d's     gif-at   lie-  one  ol  1 >!��������� ��������� most   irnporlant  un.tns  sonlhiiii   ili.niu   ' Uo.iiHihi* " ol   it'j   1 mil   m   tIn*    histoij,   ol     Quc-  'I In    'Iiuuin.i    l.idt'ii,   spi-.ilvinj^      ui   boo.  WM.  MUiVSIIO,   Piesideiit    J. W. COBURN, Managing  Diiector.  Tclcphanc '1-1!.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd,,  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH-*- ���������*-   *M V������*������  Shingles et Sp^oialty  i\IANUFAUTUK KRS OF   Ilou^li and Dressed Fir ami Cedar Lumbers  LATHS,  SHINOLHS,   WOULDINtiS,      ETC.,     of   tne  liLOST  QUALITY  SEASONED.      AND   DRIED.. .FLOORINGS      AND  '.���������FINISHING-LUMBER IN  STOCK  4.  '���������!���������  4  4  j  4  t  4  4  i  4  i  4  4  4  4  HOUSE* AND SEED  M10   yeatmlnsttr. Rend,  yAfNCODVBft.  ,, ...     j   . f   -��������� >  ��������� '   1  ; 'UtaHmi������titytar lot-���������  PACIFICdROWN (Jardefi. field'  and Aawal-5������Eb5 'l'  tot dtttrtbutioo.  "Large   ������tock-;''-of Home T  Gtowii^FnLIT'and OR-  NAMlEkTAI-     TREES  , no,w matured:-for. Spring.'  No expense, loss or  tie-  lay of fumigation or in-  ��������� sp'ectloh *'  '   'Let hie'lprice yourlist  - before (plapiiig your order. Greennonse Plants,"  floral Packages, Fertili- >  r zers.' etc.r  3010' Weitminster ;Road.  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  XX  "                                             '���������        4         ,                                                                           .      ,^             -  Are Ydti  Qpihg m$t  1         -II"    ���������       >-           .<!.     .     Jlw4..1*y-t'l.,  The* ba aura yoar tickets rea*   via  tha     ��������� .    -    .  hqbth mm  'l.tlMli1  >  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  The only line now makina UNION  DEPOT conneetions at -ST. PAUL'  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from ' the' Pacific  Coast/ ' \     -    v  "THE     SFIORTEST     LINE.lTF  FINEST TRAINS,   THE   LOWES/"  -RATES,  TOE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN ' N  MINNEAPOLIS, ST. p'AUL, CHfc  CAGO, OMAHA, KANSAS1,01-1 \  and ALL POINTS EAST.  ,  For complete' information ask y  ''ical agent or write, '  F. W. PARKR'R  1   y       "   ,  Gtueial  f $*,������  7IO 2n* Ave., Seattla. ���������    ,  Oeit ers In  &i  I-   THE TYEE COPPgi (X)., Mr    *  ���������\  *   SSil PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER,'QOLO AND  % SILVER ORES. .,':���������..'."  ���������'���������>���������.-'���������������������������'���������        Smelting Workaat     .     ,  :-'"ivA i)YSMiTM;;;;:r];0.: ���������::;.:.  HEAD OFFICE  t DUNCANS STATION,  Vancouver Island, B.C.  CLERMONT .LIVINGSTON^  *!���������  ��������� *  m.  15 Week  t tasios  :ans..  Ladysmith, B.C  UriUer^WViariagmciit  *4.4,.I.^.*f..H44.4.4..r^**f*f^{-J-f"J-'Y*M"l *****^*l.r������-**A*I-'fr*f',f**,'l-^^*fr^*-f"l������t  Paper W:i Styles   at a  ��������� BiOjt^flittlfton ill torHer  i%^I-.;v^1*ittri  Jas. R. McKinnel 1  1^^������ .���������������*���������������������,, W.W,  - -���������    ' -���������   ll ...';'; '���������"'.   ;;,ii.'j���������:. ���������  Sole  Agents for B.   C. ^  ;.; J. X:*.': Si-nith's-;  Resturant and lodging;Rooms  -HAS  BEEN   REMOVED  -First    Avenue--  iei01\ ;:;  Commercial Mens' headiaai'terB.  ; Modern and ;   Strictly) First TiJI&bs,  Fire Prooi    Biiildiai(r. .7'['7]  WNG   AND  ^APEBHASGINg:;.}...  :N^tiy^nd; Artistically1 D    ���������"";;'"r';"::r-^"-:;";:::v--: - -"-Orders Promptly -Executed  S ROEDDING   -���������    --LADYSMITH gs&ssggg  TENDERS.  TENDERS addicssoJ to thc undcr-  gned at Ottawa and, marked on the  ivelope "Tendei foi the constluction  a Hydrdgiaphic Steel Twin Stca-  er," will be received up to tuie  ind DAY OF MA\, XUSXT, foi  le-conshuction of a Steel Twin  crew Steamei foi the Hydiogiaphic  ervice in British Columbia waleis  Specificaliens, plans and fcrms of  'nder can be seen at fhe olhee <oi  ie"-Agent of the Depaibmcnt of HUai-  le and Fishernsat Victoiia,. 15 C .  t-the-Custom  House  at  Vancouvei,  B.C., and "at'The department here  Each tender mast be accomi/tuno*.  by an accepted bank cheque ecual to  lu pei cant of the wriple, amount of  the tender,"-which 'will . bb 'forfeited  if the person sending the 'actepled  tender declines to entei into a con-  tiact with the elepaitment Cheques  4iccompanvnig ten leis whicn are not  accepted will-be returned immediate  h aftei1 a "deeisiOn  has been'"airivet'  Newspapers   copiing, tins adveitisc  mini   without authontv    fiom the de  paitmenl  will  not   be  paid  -    My,   ,        F   GOURDEAU,  Deputy Muustci of aLur"**, and Fish  *    eries.' -    * *      , -j.  i:opar1ment  of -Maijne and  Fishei ies  : Ottawa,- 28^li',TXrarch",MQOfi  PRESENTED WITH LOCKET  Monster  ������    ������,     '77,  TWENTY- F C U 8XHLfiEJMLAY  Celeb rat  Mi FjL i' .lOIuni, now inanu  jjei ui ihc Yietotm biuncb of the  Ko\al Bank, Ian uutil a lew weeks,  since holding n siinil.u position  in -.\anaiino was made the incipient ot ai. v ('i v handsome diamond  studded gold charm last 'evening  tit the X.iiianuo Club rooms The  pi escalation vvas made by Mr A.  ii Johns-Ion, on behalf ol the circle  oi fi icnds vvh.j had thus planned ro  surprise -Mi JMV-Mtun wilh this token ol then good wishes- Mi Johnston* st at i*<l that be voiced the sentiments * ol Mi 31cMn.in't- old  ���������Vic-iid-- in eCLressinc- then learef  a.t bis depaituie iioin Nanaimo. but  that, thev nisi weie pleased to Knau  lhat hfs liiisuu'ss ahihlv hail been  - ie<o<>iii/ed in placiiii*; him in a  nio'i* iesponsible position, nnd one  thai any voting banking man would  feel piuiul to accept The locket,  building will, when completed, be  ed o-. a liLtlo leuundei- by liisliiends  of pleas.1111 clay in Nanaimo Mi  MelVlnin wns onluvly unpiepnicd foi  the lil th" seem* and while he appreciated much could snv little, but he  111.ode it vctv plain I hat no matter  what tb<- 1 ii t it i������' inijjlit bring foith  11 j him, no ���������ru'-nds would be leinem-  beretl In him moie kindly thun iho������-e  obi j, ���������ends' oi  Nanaimo  TRAIN ROBBERS  ARE UP IrdR TRIAL  ��������� ��������� iT*������������������a*���������M���������^������ .    .,  Kamloops, Mav i 0���������'Ibe pi liiiuii- i-n -.he heki-up train  ai.v hcaimg ul iw cluiit-e ajjnn*v l'odav iktidivc Sea\c*, -s bj-ck. in  the three ti.un lobbeis beioie M.i> Kamloops, and .be is not likely' tier Goidon, V M, vvas eomludi-U t ave theie foi r some tun.' w\s soon  this evening-, the men being' coninuU '������s the'pi i-.oners bad been jail.d at  ed   foi    trial    at   the   ne-vt   ccunpHi nL   Kamloops   Seave.v   vl  out  lot   Aspen  court,    vvlucii   will   m   all   probability  be  tbo  Kamloops   A*>m/c*j,   whn.li  .inset    foi    ne\i    Wednesday      The    pi i*>  onc-rs,   who   Hie   ���������epic-oliU-d    by   ill  Alec     D    -MiLiityi.,   assisted   bv   Mi  .1.   jMuiph\,   M     P     P     ie-.ci\ed   tlit'ii  defence       Ifon       1"   A      Pulton,      U-  lorne.v   g-oncial,    ioiiducl������d   tin*    pi<  sedition   ioi    Ihe   ciown       Th-       c\ i- 'monjinj-   n,   as   alk-gt-d,   Sr.ivev  deuce ts vm y si long against, the pus   hail   a   piivale   .nti*ivievv     with  (Jiovo to gather evident e m icspeei  to thu dynamite It is believt d  tb.it ihe dynamite hnrl been bought  at that place, nnd it is understood  that this supposition had p: ove.il  ��������� oi rect ,  j.;  -Mr    It    Mai] oh*,  general supcunten  dent   of    the    C    V     It     asked     ,'lhis  ban  ihe  N  $1,500    in ,>,.,/. s     $-1,500"  Big Calithumpian Procession  -_".",'....'-.' TT,....,..'���������-~ 1Z2Z   ~* T���������"     "*"',"-" -        - ���������     - "'" '       '.- ~~���������^T,*TT"'r~~-''t'!"riT    *  Nanaimo  i ix  : R^geitt^i  CHAriP10NSHI?-F09rqAtt;  -V-VNCOUVEir CELi;i CS  VS.N.VNAfWOx    '  CrtAiVlPIONSHIP BASEBALL  LADYSMITH -   Xfi    NANAIMO  oners      Mt-iuaine    swoi*e    that   the   pnsonc-is       rJ heir < oimsel  during  the  ,obl nlan, IJdwaids, was the iimu who   pii'liiuiuary   beauiig yesterdav   thi-ew  ,hela   up tne tiam and  whose     mask ]out   a   hint   llutf   they had  been    put  slipped   down     disi losing     the-   upper   u,  a   "sweat-bo* "   that   a   confession  ,part   ol   his  late Amongst      Pal-   might have been  eMoited iiomthem  houn's papeis    was a   loceipl    ioi   bis J    ' No. .Senvei  u'-vei  had    .i     pnvate  menibeiship   fee    to an  l-lastein   C'nn- (mlf-rv iovv   with   the  pnsnn. is,"    said  udiuu   In am h  01    Y    M    P    A jMi     Maipob- \it������i   t h.   (uplute    i  ,    Vamoii,e.. Muv   Pi��������� Ohn-i  ,,f   Thi. 1   wont  <o*..Seuve\   and  surd,   'make   no  Detectives    Seavev,       whose   abs-eiue    nnslake,   Seavev,   see   that   we    have  from the preliminaiv  heai ing* nt Knii'   tin*   rig-Id    men'     I   did   this   because  looj)s jeste-dav    I eel   to   the    cxpiess- | n  Uieso weie m.t   the -.ulpilU  we did  ion    of a   l>< lie!   thai   he  wished      to   not   wish  to  tel.ix  the chase m   an.v   ^ / dodge  tJie   com t   because  of nn     in- 'p.u-liculai      'It   wnt.luit   piopi-i- that  JSQT IF  AS RICH teiview   he, had   bud   with  tbe     pii?-j S.'*\ey shouM I<m������V jtte   men ������v*r i>  * '  "A.S ROCKEFELLER   one";' w������*'  '"   \--pen drove     on     (be   ordei     to   satisfy himself      that     no  If ,vou��������� had' all   the .wealth of Rode-  rtrft-- of   lf',s<>"*-   ll<:>," whom the iob postal e    had  been    math-   in   s-aihei-  iellciV-thc-Standard-bil-niagnate'you   bPrs   ,bo,,shl  lhL> d*nannte they   left   Mg them  m ",  could not-buy 'a-* better* medicine "for ,    ^^   ���������j-j.���������*=���������>������  .������������������ :.-..    ��������� .��������� .  --���������.  bowel complaints than Chamberlaiu's"'X������YKrr'pi*l\J'T''\/  t'olic, C'holeia and Dianhoea Rcme--^ * W I2/1N I   I  dy*     The ' .most* eminent' physician  "can  not   prescribe a better  prepara-  {tion     for,coIic'-and dianhoea,  both  for- children and  adults.     The    uni-  l   " ')  form   success    ol    this lemedv   has,  ���������khowiPit to be* superior-nto all'  olh  ei<s;     It nevei fails, and  when reduc-)  ed-^witli      vviiter ' and  sweetened,   is"  pleasant ,^to-tahe.^J    Every   family  shouldvhe  supplied *with' it.  Sold by  Ladysmith Pharmacy.       "    * r  The "Sunshine" furnace and",;'J{fiyW\l<M'Mi  sunny  -rr  PEOPIE INJURED  ���������.���������<s-ja Se���������-.���������*<iris5������ki���������*}*���������������'*.''  Thursday, May 24fh, 1906  Ii   ProfossioiiahamKAniateu. aiul   I InfdicnV SnorrsT/Ex-c'tTrFicWrates  '''" from  all  points     TWO  n&^fer**^*   ^^^^'^rr,^.^  FIREWORKS DISPLAY t\  I, MAYOR PL ANT A, Cliahir'an,   Id. H   BIRO, icas^cr," WILL  \f1'  J-7, J>'QRRIS,-;Secietaiy,,Kv^> ZliSSli? i  ��������� GODSAV/E THE KING  M^ SIMPSON  ^ , ^ t   Snllultor , Vto.  Money   fo    Uan  st: ivmu������ --        - U^vsvi h  ICE!  ;������IvIi.-������ifl5.-������������r������^-������I������4������r. 4.%.+. j~ -  I  Will be Delivered on Mond tys,   Wednesdays^-*, -  , Ffidjys and Saturdays  Ordets  nu'st be in  by  eleven   o'clock-on- day  of   Dchveiv,  Union  irewini  . j V_>- ^v.^.^.-- .      \ ~*     -   ' '       '  1  Limited  JN/kNMNib   B. CJ":    1.^_  ���������H-*f4*^I*^*-f-I*-H������^'I������>-I-*H'-������^-4-^^  *. yg      SI I   I-1' Fl ^  &ENEliiL hXPRESS AND  DELIVERY 'V  WORK PROMPTLY  Ot  Leave nrders at tbe Abhotsfeud  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  AH work guaranteed, and at rea.se.  able rates.  r      RESinKNCR AND OFFICE  Gatacre St. Ladysmitli  OPBN AT AU. -HOURS.  J, -fS0A GO.  Manufaciuici*- Of���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  "CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  EXCELLENT  CHICAGO, LONDON,,:  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  Ami the,Principal UualncBa Centers ot  Ontario, Quebec, and the  -. Maritime ^rovinc^s.., -  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADEtPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FAL18.  For Tlmo Tables, etc., uddreaa  CEO. W. VAUX,  Assistant Ocn'l PasMenger-und Tlclcet Agent,  133 AO������M9  ������T.. CHICAGO, ILL. '.    ,  Tioclie&tf! X Y May 10���������Twenty  poople \icii) iiijiii-*(l tins aitemoem  at Culiciru'ld at tbo Itocbcstor-Jer-  t.t>i titv 1)^11 jjainc wh'ii a sen.tion of  tho blenchei*. i ollaii*.f*<|, Anel ns many  nioi-o   weio     seralihcil   aiul   biuiiocl  RUSSIA'S. RULER  IN GRFAT DANGER  St   Peters-burg May 21.���������The   issue  oi  iho  lust encountet    betueen     tbo  <      * .  niuiiajch and ihti iepn*seiiUUi\e*> oi  tho" people hangs ioi the ,nmuiie  ui the-balauw. Thi ought thc ii'pie-  Stiitatne chambei   oi   pailiument and  the Council oi lhe fimpi-e auoptcii  "Ihe acLidont oicuru'd at 4 10 at a<idie%se*> in icply to the bpeechnom  ihy Mid of thi> foutth iimmii   \u������wi<   tho trivoiM-,1 ^no    answer      haa been  ways are synonymous^  "The cold,'dreary winter days can  ��������� be made cheery and warm with a-pure; "       ~  'healthful heat if you have'a' " Sunshine " furnace.  .      I* .41. .  Ia easier  to   operate;   cleaner,   uses,  less  fuel  aw]  ���������' shines" in many other ways over common furnaces.  Two shakers are used to shake the heavy','triangular-  ��������� shaped grates. This just cuts the work of shaking-  down in half, besides being easier- on the furnace than  the old one-shaker style.  Sold by enterprising deal-  era everywhere.  Booklet 'free.  >      -.    ���������' .j i  J40VDON, Toronto. Montreal. WiMsxprc,  Vancouvei-, St. John, H.iuiiTO*(.  Tlie :[aisfnitr Hardware Co., Soie Agents  ON* THE SIDK  'there is such a lot ot tall- iiihoiu  ihe_egg tLaming diet, winch is. said  to hate helped tbe \ictors of the  0.\tord-Cam|biJdgp boat jiace on the  Humes, aruL Micrring .it Athens,  that one would almost imagine it is  a new thing. It is .nothing oi> Uie.  Kuiel, however. Softil4t������iled egg*; baAe,  trom time I'mineinoiial, been considered a splendid v adjunct  to. the train-'  ol  4.200  penpl..      wa*-lUt-the     b.ill   B������'*"    ������o eithe.   aditres^ aud none .s'^-ig table  giounds riii- bluichois lw-ltl l.oOO  and was tilled thu people who weie  \irtined  of   the   coming   follap*>u     hy  c"cpectt;d beioro Monday  ILV-esident-Mo/onthetirwho had hop- j    A  Nre.v'volk   ,,.ip<..   iuA  a   su&SHt  es to   obtain  an  audience  with     th.- ��������� Uon   wnjCh  1S  Aeiy  apphcallle in this  Kinrwror  today    lor   the    piesentai- lJKUt 0x (the countiy    'Uie paper siijs-  iho craifcinp  ol   Umbers    in a      ron-   -on,     ol , , this address    of  iho  lowei |    .Utliough J.hc  Athletes .erf  Ysile and.  tnse-d   'heap   m  the   giound jhouse   i-oceived      instead    an   uivita- 'llaivard  ' aie"     iai  r/oni being   such  It   tooU-  a  long   tune    io  L'*.lninte'   turn.-to^a,gala     buthday   luncheon   dcidly    eiieriius as     it is soinetimc-*  Iho  injineel    uon,   Mie  dehi .*,,     man-    at *?tov������a lomoirom. an ..fBeial tunc /tWughf" tlie/ .uc,  still ;hey  are de-  tion to which no other mghe-t  lunction  ui the ball plaveii   a*-si*-tui{i*  in     tne  '    * alius ha\e been invited      Ho as  liko-  lask.     All   the hospital     ambulances   ^   U) ^      ^^ ftn auchenoe )>0-o,.c  wei-e-   summoned    and     automobiles  i  .weie also piessed into seivice tp con  ���������\e.v    the   iMtn-nls     to   iho  hospit.ils  Monday  clined. to  be di Indent to each  other  HJhas    been     thought that     the>  should be jnore sociabte.on occasions  till ii  I nng them together,   surch as a  It ,ie ������*aul the Piesidcnt  was infoi- ' fou.  a!   game or  other athletics con-  .     the 1Mti..nis    to  ibo hospitals    med tl^night.that  ^   Imp^iml ^ re_   t������l, and  an attempt is   now  Leing  Tho  iMbie.*;;   oxMioiiMHt   pre-vaih-d  foi   p^ ^idi ,"will bo .dehveiod   thiougb   >i.ifie b> t tile 'H.mard Cumson  'with  ������ tunc and iiimu.s spiead about the   U)e mfedllllll of a specth ���������y   Premici   U������s end   in new  eit\   that    .*   nimibfi   of p-iople      had  been   kilbel      Woilunatclv   t!i>'i*e     \m������s  Goieinykni     probably  at   the*      lust  .session   of  the house      aftei     Viesi-  no panu  on tin-* !>iaml stand      While ^^t Morontheft    ha*5 'been     received  WHOLESALE DRY GOODS  a  do7cu   people   wen'    ial>en   to the  hospitals     ioi      ticat. noiit.   manj    of  whom  bad   unci uteri  limbs,   onlv one  was   latnllv bu't       The   polue luid  ���������rdr*ie>d    a  number    oi   p. e>[>le  oil the  blench pis    *.lioillv    liefoie   tbe accident  at"Peteiou "villi sis already piedicted  be temperate' and 'deliheiat*. ������jeek-  mg to avdiel occasion ol nipt me  but on tbo other hand not conceil-  mg thc Empeioi'*������' view 'that pailia-  ment in  many   respects has attempt-  VICTORIA, B. G.  Z7ZZ7M&SSZD  HILBERP  StSSUSSSSSle. *. ���������^...i ^������.4>.<  * un if Kb' ANCiL'iN'r   "Mbivk t/i  !. -''-DRUIDS J :7-  'Welllngtou. Grove No. ������������������!,'U:  A. 0.   i  ;   Meets>-in-tin*'������������������ ���������!-��������� -(")   th'.F-   Hall,'. i>  ���������dy.srjdith,'. "the ' Seiond ,-aiul      Fq-jit'i  ;fferlnesdavs of each  month, comincr  jng^Wcdnesday.  i:J.th..  1905.  - Visiting DruUl.*i     are invited  tr   -^  -tfiid  Hv Ori.-r :     *  ...   ..WM; RAFTER, Reef Sect*  ,������������������)'.' .7i VATRTGK BTrUK.  N.  A  :   -:^,.,:v :----;i;'NOTlCF ":.,-'':  From,     this  e)site  the undersigned  ^ will: not .be responsible for  any. dp  .debtedness ..incurred except on    -f;  written ora'er signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin-������������������������������������ ������������������-  V.  I.   EXPr40RATfON &  ORVEI  OPMENT GO,. LTD.  Nnn Personal Lfabll'tv.  Victoria. B. C\, M������t  tfith. "^Ol  Dear Mother  Your little ones are a constant care in  Fall and Winter weather. They will  ;'. catch .cold. Do you know about Shiloh's  Coniurhption Cure,' the Lung Tonic, and  ;what it'has done for so many ? "It is said  to be the only -reliable remedy (or all  diseases of-the ail* .passages in children.  It is absolutely" Harmless and pleasant to  take. It is guaranteed to.cuie or your money  is returned. The price is 25c. per bottle,  and all dealers ia medicine sell 3,4  This remedy should be in every household.  DAY SCHOOL  Synopsis ol Canadian.  Homestead  Regulations  Any available Dominion Lands  within the Railway Delt in British  Columbia, may be homesteadeel by  nny-'peison who i& the solo head ol  a family, oi any male o\er e gliteen  years of agc������ to the extent of one-  ciuaiter section of Kit) atiei, more  01 less.  Entry must be made peisoniUy at  the local land oflice for the district  in which the land  is situate,  The homesteader is required to pei '  foun   the conditions connected  theie  with    tinder    one     of  the   following  plans  (1) At least sit   months' residence������  upon and cultivation of  Uie laud    in  i'.icb -.ear for tluee yeais.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  f.itbcr is deceased), of the homestead  ei lesnles upon a farm in the vicmi  fy of the land enteicd feu, the le-  (|iiiL*cine'nts as to residence may be  satisfied hy sueh pt'ir>on lesuling with  tho faUiei  01 mother  (.5)   If the settU-i has    bis pei man  . ent resilience upon fanning land owned by  him' in the 'vicinity"of his home  .stead, i ,tbe-:requiirenients  as to   resi  ' dence'may   be    satisfied   by  residenci  upon tlie said lanel.  j Six niontlie' notice in wiifi....'.  should: be!.giy.cn;tb;.the .Commissioner'  oi. Dominion Lands at Ottawa of in-  tehtioii "to apply'for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  P.cr. acre for, soft .coal..-and '.$20 for  anthracite... -Not-,; 'more, than 320  acres can be a^-iiired by one individual or company. Royalty at, ' the  ra l:e -of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds .shall;;, be- collected . on the  gross.output. :.   ... - '.<���������;,���������  ;;        a w:- w. cory,  Dopiity* of the'Minister of Interior  ed  to   lnlunge      thc Impeii.il      pie-   ^  1 ogatae      On  these   points   tlie    re-  TT IS DANGEROUS sponse  will   be mln..     The    Emperoi  TO NFfl 1<TT A TOLD   W1" 1,'"Sa,*l  sunpH   as      declaiations  TT r. 1 -4. 1      01   the  poliev  01  pa<liament       which  How often no we hear it remark-    . -      t  eel "Its only a cold," and a few days d*������ noL ,eci,ure impM,al nofl,,> uu'  later learn tlut tbe man is on bis U1 P������esemed m the court oi lcgiv  Ixiclc with pneumonia.    This is of la.tlt>n-    , /  i  such common occurence that a cold, , in icgnid to tho expected ninuest-  however slio-ht. should not be disre- the Aasoeiatod Truss learns that tbe  garded. Chambei Iain's Cough Re- cabinet though it has discussed  ltiedy counteracts any tendency o the (]iiesi"ion seveial Limes has not  a cold to result in piicsinioiiiaT arei adopted any recommendation decidi  his gained its ������jioil popularity an \ns n^t lL 1C, entnvl\ a maiter of  -Vtenshe sale b\  its   piompt  cuied , the  Knipoioi's  personal    i*ei*iogai.i\c  fclays the "Crimson" "A co,llegi-  t������am come.* to Cambridge J.t driven  aom thc liotcl to jSoldici's Field,  in an omiubi.s And when the gamo  is o\cr it climbs ui'to the oinuii/jras  and drnes back 'to tbe hotel Tbe  team* has leceiicd- its guarantee an 1  has plajed its scIumHiIc game, nmch  as tlie Boston- 'Auicucan.-- might play  theuVe\v Yoi lo Americans It is  pr--tt\  only  Uhv, -then, should not tInters of teams whicji aie to come to  Camlriilge' tins spimg sit down to  dinner'with'1������lie-nien������bers of llaiv.u>d  tentns ' in the train ng table' robin at  tne 'irtiion afteL the game"- ������iueh en-  tt,rtamnient as 'this 'would hie cas\  to pro'ude1 Moieover, it would afford us an oppoitumty to hi oak  away from some of j he'set and uji-  natural    ixm-ditioiis  with which     on  much  a  business engagement  '���������nieni-  UfUMS AND SIDELIGHTS  SUil oaidcd��������� Yes,   he':,  llie bo.ud-/  inii; I101 su wit      lie   ~ijet������ .1    ralate  fiom>lus landlady  llalltoom���������\\hv>  Starlioardei���������Me    1ell,9 such   liuiny������  stones   that  the othci boatdcrs <xm-  not   e.*,t  for   lau^nnc-'��������� Hnia-lcliJiia  b.ecoiel -  -  tj ^  .9.���������-��������� -1  "Ah'"    oulaimed ���������   Mi.*   Patience  Uoiuif,   whom >1t.������ Stay late bad been  bcsruig with silly conuidrums*,   "tli:il  lemiiids   mc    ot -the* best   thina;    ji,o  me,-" ���������  "kbit's 1ha1'" lie asbed  ,,"'A'man "who has stayod too long"  Catbohc Standaid and Tunes  "Oh, yod aie one ot tbe caith-  - Tuke sufieieis, aie j-ou9" s.ul tlit?  sai'cal-lic citizen "What Kuril of ic-  iitf ln^s ires would suit yom. case-"  "One" that holds 4 a f[iaa.it would  'i'C about-.my size, liiiist-t-r," answciol  RulTou Wi.it/, 'diawihg-the'heal-' ol  his >hand acioss his mouth ���������-Chicago  Tiibune  oftlic most coinnio.i ailment. It  ilways cures and is pleasant to take  I'or sale b^   L,adysunth l'harmacy.  c  I.  I Vtannfacturcisoftlie Famous  feUlMN BLOSSO.n  ^Joue bu   U������ie>!- Labor    Employed  fl. J.  BOOTH. Prop  ladysmith bakery  OllOl.'K     OAKES     AND    PASTFtt  Vl.W VVS    PRESII   ON   HAND  Wedding     CaUs   ������l.ulc    to   Oulei  PRL'iTS ' A Kl) "CAND1KS  OV  ALL  KI N'DS."    fUES'il   BR EAD  EVERY   BAY  Prices    aTe     \rery   Reasonable'.      All  Customers are. Treated  Alike.  HOP  LEE A  CO.  ON THE   SSPLANADE.  Somc 01 tbe le-aelcrs of thc court  paity ami even membei*. 01 the inm-  istiy me seoUing to pi*o%e Lhat nn  Inipcnal amnesty is unnccess.11 y in  mow 01 ihe geneial bouse ilctmn^  01 the pnsons last Xe>veml>ei, anil  the piesenl ndenso of hnndreels 01  those who had been adininistrnfivcMj  detained. ���������,-This was the . view oi  the ieaction.*i,ry nution e>t the ������ ouii-  1 il 'of the empne who piesented  the dimt of tht* covin, il's icsponse  to'the speech from, the .throne not  nietil lotun-y  antnesl>  BRICKLAYERS'  STRIKE ENDS  Pott Vngeles, Ti i] uiie-T'mes ^ic  tie \aliiatiotis of out lun^ei lands  ihiublol stiaught Uuo igb, (be lest  athletic contests haie been dun omul- ,ot the lan(Js wouUI the!l Le **ss"essc'1  ed and to cairy out the spiut of al floni on(: to il\1Cif lllll1(llcii 'v'  I the new "elegibihtj' rules in making 1  oiu atliletiis moie a matlei of pleasure and less of business ��������� roposition  Soim-thinc- will li,{\c In 1^ done 1(1  tbal -line"'line also, v Last jc.u m  many case?, the te.uns e\ui foig^if fn  iheer ^aeh olberas ther went off  the. field "  il  r  Usual. 'subjects, taught;   also      lan-  guagcp,. drawing.''in' pencil  and crayons, paint fag..in,,oils,, and water, colors,  pianoforte and vocal lessons glv- |    Tjl porous glass,   which   i.s nvaxlc   In  en  In classes or, individually. I France, the holes  are so small   that  IfISS  BERTRAM,        I m[[,]wv ,iust  n0r draught    ran,   enter  l.*dysmitb, B   C. an(l yet ventilation is said to be ex  cellent-.  Leads Thern  IN QUALITY"T  R. P.RITriET,  & Co., Ltd  Agency.  Pacific Coast  VICTORIA,  :-: :-:  ���������   .__: :-B.O  Coe.ymans, . X. Y.:, ' May' 18- Tbo  latriko of the brickyard laborers at>-.  this ooirrt -is apparently-ended.- Alter a conference . this;: afternoon ..--.be.-"  tiveon memU-rs of the union anel;  lhe employers the men voted to'Vu-  turn to work on terms offered :b  tbe'e.tnplo.vcr*-. This cpnc'eeds'all.'*he7  demands e.f the men. except iw.ognit,-;:  ';ion of -..the*, union, and the exclusive  empVyment. of its incmbers. Some;:  of the men were inclined to insist  on the;Vele,is-e of the 6 men nrresteek  yesterday, but yielded when ^the  Yvivsident~: agreed to '"irive bnil'for;  t betn. ";  The Chemainus school is closed on  account of an epidemic of me.isels-in'^  that district. -All'-the school cbiU  elcen with the exception of fiv������3  or six are down, 30 the reports'i  say.  PECULIA'R AND PERTTNEXT  -The London 1 7or������ has lecened rt*  frst luiniiinnp; bud H is flic second that lias ie.ul.cil Ema/itand rluc  Tbe 7do"s 1 ud, whicli conies irom  Yonp/i.ela, is lot cm s\mp, im\Lil  with e\traet ol   beef  Still another chehmst is in t/lic fpl.i  with an aitificial ^atta peicha Hen  Ci-cnf-th of Vienna has j lodnccd an  artificial gutta reicha fiom a n*i\-  t'11 r* oT" ca'outchouc'aiid" palm icsm,  it is in sei (ed that its clastic tesist-  .u.ce is Mipe.uo-,.,,10 that ol Tie 11a  tine piodutt*., but that tt loiiscIlI-  aUs less"'easilC, ",jil is moie glutinous, while its cost would l.c onl\  t>*.o-t.luids of that ol ihe naUnal  pioducl  TJicflaughfcr , of. a llost'on ���������million-  aiie has uist in,,iiitul Jn 1 11 rl 1 n2.' miis-  tei, wlueb looks loU* <i 11(11 se on  tho senini nienili* 1 01 (lu cstalvlisb-  mc/it  Hois"*   r.u in     bad   it*,   diwitecs  the soiithnii  state,  lomi jeais   .1^0,  for evfn   Abraham      Lincoln   wa.s     n  stauncti  suppoit^i   en   the    iree-foi -all  st aAcs  cent, less than Uie bgiuc at which  the law ol the. stale t \ini'iiplaU3  tha.1   fhey  sho'ild  be asseaspd  nvBi.nvLL.  Kat itiu.il TjL*a������>-uc  Chicago  0,   Philadelphia  **  Cine.mna.Lli   I."5,   ltoston  0  S(    Louis    1      liipokhn    '  Vnieruuu  League  -3r   L^i'ms ..   Xew   i'oib S  _.      I0n*>l ern  League  N'Jwj,ik"o    T'.ulialo   0  lU.f-Lin    M.i\     l'.)---\   Uin,^!! \  in jienn seiiLuift   llie    P.oston   Stutk    '  \-  lian������i     defe-iitud   Ibe  IScw   \oik   Ia-  (lianne pla\������i*> on   Lin     X il un-11   ' ,\  <.\uo piouad? then-; todn\      1>\  .1 *-'oto  01   11   to   1  aWSSaHH-yBSEES^-^-S?  1,1  'il  ���������%^.  I  Attention Is called  to   ."he"'*lact'v that tit"  Ogi'vie Flour HI Ills Co    Limited, !  imakers ��������� of   ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD    FLOlJIt.      haVe for some dmi ..'  past been producing flour In a   rastly   improTed and  psrif!  ' '������������������rro  by the aid of.ELECTRICITY...........  nnd   having secured control oL.all the basic patents relating thvrr  to, take this opportunity of a  dv.ising. the public that any. unauth  orized users of the electrical    flour purifying processes, will  ���������edited. ���������-:'������������������..-.'       ..-���������'.���������'. .:.���������:-:"''������������������..������������������..-. 7'7..:-:\.  '���������e.pro-.  are tbe only millex-s in Canada -whose   Floxir is  p..irified by thcE'ectric Process  fl THE DAILV LEDGER  That's AlH  Mrs.  NOTICE.  A. L.    Haskias, will sell   Ice  Cream from 6 to 8 every    evening.  Victoria Road~ about  one mile out  LADYSMITH WINS  THE BALL GAME  (Continued from Page One)  ^ Local Items  I'-cpic ami scows  left port  at no-jii  ;tuUy. Willi coal  ior  tne  maiuluiwl.  ''S.S. Tiienius i.s in uoit today tu.ii-  j:ig on coal. >*-*Jie will Luc o\ci  fri*   humdred- tons north.  Score by innings.  Nanaimo ~   0 0 0 0 0 10 1 x���������5  Hits ..._  00001303 .\���������7  Victoria   000002 0.0 ���������2  Hits   0 0 11 0 li 0 0 1-5'  JSuuiiiiiary���������'-Sacrifice hit, IUcCojm|ellt  .stolen bases, Graliain, '2, jUcC^u-uIc.  Bases on halls, on (Jrcenuoll 1. oli  Peden, 1. Strucli out, Jjy CinecnweH  3;Peden 5. Hit by latched .ball, Wil-  Juiis>on. Tgjniu ol game J hour 52  minutes.    Umpiie Fred. Gouge.  FIGHT RESULTS  IN A DRAW  V%2������te������i3������Sg&i8  (Continued from Page one.)  - C. W. Wappeibti'iJi was on i it:ir-  i^ay. aW>ointed chiol of police j. *->e-  itiile.  ii  -Messrs. Howe, PanaoJI a.  l'ias-lcett,  anil Uilliamsou    gnc    notice   today  .luat oil    Thursday  next,  May  "l-Hli.,  ilicir .-.lions  will be closed.  'ihe Temperance Hold, which i'u.*.  lias just received a new coat of puJ,ii|  al the haiwif., of S. Rocdding, is  linicl- improved m api>u.u"a.;i.x'7,  A large assortment of Tan Hoots  aiid Shoes, also lijjlu Icjotwcar to,  choose from at Simon Lciscr ic, Co.,  -Limited..  . J.,Smith, the pai>eilianj-.������r, is advertising sonic \cry nice things -in  Xbe way of Wall Paper, at bargain  prices, this week. Call m and y-e  iii in 'a, trial.  Air. 4 Jackson, at present employed  as 'operator at the C.P.U. station,  intends leaving Ladysmith shoitly  lor the North, where he will wu-.:  oh the Yukon telegraph line,  The burial of the  bodyoij.  Ncv-  my,  who  was killed in  the    ij\t-.>n-  .$ion mines'on Saturday,  wili     cake  .'place 'todays at five o'clock-.  - It is'expected that at the council  "meeting, tonight some definite steps  ������������������\vill,'be' taken regarding ascertaining  the quantity ot* water obtainable foi  , installing - an electric light pieuil. for  the/city.  "The Band Concert al'oitisc.i -.n  Saturday last was pos'-iioncl .in r,c-  ebunt     of    the   lamentable ici..iint  '.Which occurred on lhat day. The  hand will, attend  the fum-ial   .if   1 Le  'deceased today at 5 p. m.,' weather  permitting.  - Professor Classen, oi Aix-la-Chap,-  clle, has brought out a process of  making alcohol from Sawdust. Tlic  eelluk'He is treated with gaseous sulphuric acid, and glucose formed, and  is converted into alcohol Jiy fennen-  latioti: A ton ol sawdi.st yields  about 50 gallons of crude alcohol, i  or 25 gallons of ajvsolule iivlcohol.  Jt is expected, however, that in time.  -��������� 30. gallons or  more  will  be obtained.  Mina.rd's Liniment cures Dandruff.  GLASS   GLOBES  When you want a Glass globe  -see that   you get the     globe  -with the rubber ring on     it,  as it is tlie'only    kind    that  eon keep the water out ��������� the  globes without the rubjijer ring  cannot    keep,   out water, you  . can    see that    by  examining  them.       The artificial    flower  that is  put  into the     globes  with the rubber -rings, is guar  an teed to be the best, anil   if  you    want  a globe    with     a  Rubber Ring,  call at Mrs   T.  X. Jones, agent for  H-5NRY    ^CREW.  The only    place you can   gait  Them.  Spit Agent in B.C. for the  French Wreath Co., of London, Paris, Melbourne, S.A.,  Cor. Comox Rd. & Milton St.  -������������������    NANAIMO B.C.  CAN   GOD  ANSWER  PRAYER?  (By Rev.  R.  J.  Campbell, D.D.)  "This is the confidence that wo  have iu Him, that, is we ask anything according to His will, He hear  eth us; aixd if we know that he licar-  etli us, whatsoever wo ash, we know  thai we haie'the petitions Unit wo*  desired o- ilim."���������J. John v.,  11, Jo.  Tlic subject of prayer is one of  never.failing interest to human kind.  For all mon pray, at some time or  other, whether fitfully or constantly,  in weakness or strength, in sorrow  oi in joy. Some, men, pray because it is i their idiiefesi delimit so  i-o do, and \ sonic pray because ncccs-  sity drives them to it; but they all  praj. Pa-ay ei is a constant clement,  and . the impulse to pray is e\cr present lo human nature.  Sonic  things  arc  very  striking   .a-  bout ihe New  Testament inac-Inng on  the subject of piayer. The words oi  Jesus aie perfectly direct, simple and  emphatic.    Our Lord never hesitates  in His teaching about prayer.     lie  illustrates ihe doing of God rroin tho  best  we Jaiow of men, and when  wc  ha\e said all we can say upon    the  suhjeciof pray ei,   wc shall  just hau*  come back ��������� to the words ol our Lord  '���������If ye,"���������any  of you-that Is a father���������"gi\e,  then how much more your  heavenly  Kathei, iiom whom'cometli  eiery good and  perfect gift."  Theie is no true prayer without its  answer. ,Louis XI.'did not pray, but  lhat 'man , who said, "O God, it there  be a God, save my soul, if 1 ha\������ a.  poo*s    ji[   niliJ   'un p3*|oO[  j|-     ,/inos  at his highest; that piuier set heaven  in motion. The uiiswer to prtucrs  begins at, the moment you begin to  pray. Somebody, | prayed a piayur  this morning that the preacher did  not pray; perhaps nobody praye'd it  but himself; he docs not want/ to  publish what it was. It is ot great  importance to him, j ami to him only  Perhaps it*was a prayer of wounded  io\e, the cry of a broken heart. It  went light io the heart*of thc %iern-  al; it wa.*. worthy to' go. You may  haveto i wait a long time before you  see any fruit of it, but that prayer  was as the piayer of omnipotence.  Will     you   who are  tempted,   you  who haie been fightiiii; in  battle, who  know  what  it is to  contend against  icutful'odds iu  a world  of-ex ti ernes,  ol,light and .dat'kjiess,   sorrow     and  joy,     -who feel as it you were being  oi er home i in  the batUc  of lire,  thinic  of Uii&.    Every  cry  that goes    God-  ward  brings its  iinniiediate response  to   thc--erturbod  and, anxious  heaat.'  For there is always an immediate as  well as adefened answer Lo prayer.  Some prayeis  are  niisweicd (*-.iiokly,  some slowly.   All are answcicd moio  grandly than the scope of tlie petition  itself,   but there     is never )a failure,  and if you  can only leain that it is  so,  there  will be no J prayer that you  will  ever pray of which you will  not  be conscious God has spoken in tne  moment of your prayer."  nay fouled Fernandez, when he was  on b-rth knees, and 1 gave the figiht  to Fernandez. Then thc police 'interfered and told me after I'had  given my decision, that I would  luue to call all bets oli", so lh'-'only  thing left to me was to call it 'a  draw, because I could not give ��������� the  fight to Fernando/, and call all bets  off, and as to the statement, that  the Colonist ga*e out that Hannay  was   having  the fight   all his,     wa.s  not true.    Fernandez, was doiiigl-mosfi  all  of the leading, and  the figjiit was  ahoul   even all   the way  through.  H.  13. DAWLEY,  DUNCAN,  n.C.  opera urn  D. Nicholson, Manager  Two  Nights  Commencing:  , ity a.  Mo* r is Co n��������� pa ny  in the 2 Great Eastern Successes  V SIPS  >������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������--������������������<  '���������*'-������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������*���������  - I  I Boneer * tofifiij Works I  11st. Avenue, LadraW, B. C.}  { .y. E. Wii'ii?, Prop, j  |     MANUFACTURER OF      *  1 Carbona?<������d nev^fag-es.  I (i inner   Beer  | Fruit Syrups J  ! -P.   O.   Box   24S I  ��������� ,   t  ������..*-���������..���������..���������..������������������������..���������..������������������������"������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������  UEmi  ��������������������������������������������� ���������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������  ��������� -  i Coal7   Oil   Ei'gies  1 ��������� '   ' '  ���������     f-'or l.au  ��������� Stationery  Engines  * for all Power Purposes  [incites, l-fshliig Boats. Etc.   Friday Night   Saturday Night-  "A fool's Prt'se"  PRICKS   25c, 35c, and iiOc  Children 15c.  iWinard's   Liniment  for sale  where.  e\eey-  berthing you jmsy  need to ������iak������ travelling  P easy  I'-"���������*"���������  3  1  <5>  ���������  ���������  A  4>  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  * Rochussen & Collis  J   7 Yales  St.  Victoria, B. C  ��������� Machinery  Agents.  ���������������������������������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  AA+A+  Simple, Economical. Reliable  Alisolutely no danger,  do Elecirie Spaikers or latteries -  to get out of onier.  Wrilc lis for Particulars   -FOft-  1 Waiters &  Akerchead  New arrival of Holiday Gc,-������is, including Ladies' Lace Ties, Uolt* and  attractive stile of Collars, at Simon Leiser &. Co., Ltd.  SCIATICA   CURUD AFTER  20 YEARS SUFFERING  For moie than twenty years iMr. J.  B, Massey, of 3322 Clinton St., Min- '  ncapolis, Minn., was tortured hy sciatica, the pain and suffering which  he endured during this time is beyond  comprehension.     Nothing-   .gave  Mm any permanent relief until hc used Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One  application, of that liniment relieved  the pain and nude sleep and rest possible, and less.than one bottle has  eflected a permanent cure. If troubled with sciatica or lheumatisin,  why not try a 25-cent bottle of the  Pain Balm and see for yourself how  q'uicMy it. relieves pain. For sale by  1 tiie Ladysinith Pharmacy.  A RANGE OF���������  Up-to-date Suiting  now oi sale nil-  TA1SANU &. CO." ,  156 Gov't St., Victoria, 13.  C.  LADIES' and GENT'S  St)!isli  Clothing  MADE TO ORDER'  W'oi'I.'manship   Guaraiilecd.     Hox   C-17  C34Ek������UflWiM  FOR SALE  Twelve   head   of   cows   and Milk  route.     Apply V.  O. Box 99.  0  Tennis Gocds  Lacrosse   Sticks  -ANI)-  Base Bali Outfits   WRITE   J- BARNSLEYS CO.  VMORM.C.  r Granite and Mai Me Works  ���������  We,show k large assortment cf Dainty Novelties  in up to-date BLOUSE WEAR, also a large stock  1* . ''  of ���������-^ .   I  and  Attractive SlylesEconomical Prices   - \         '  S1M( N I.E1SER& CO Ltd.  mmmwmimwmimmmmmmmm  'm>.���������������..���������.���������������������������������..���������.������������������-���������..���������..���������������������������������������������'������������������������������������..���������..  (let Your  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  y  I    o  ..������..������..������..*..4..  Minard's Liniment cures  liuins, etc.   o   PECULIAR   AND   PERTINENT.  Antwerp is to spend $ in,00U,000 in-  order to secure tlie most up-to-date  port   in  thc  world.  There is   being  built in   the lYlinne-  sola s'tate  fairgrounds  in  Minncapol  is thc  largest    live-stock  ampliithca-  tcr in  the     world, at a cost of oui*  hundred   thousand   dollais.    Allhou^li j ttSSmaSSSSSSSBBE  ihe building  is  designed   wholly     for < f(  fair'purposes, it   will he av-aila)li'lc at ! ���������������  other  times   in  ihe  year  for conven- j ?}  tion.*;  0r gatherings ' r������| 11 iring a large i j-j  seating capacity. \ S  Minard's   Liniment  relieves   neural. 1 ft  AT  HFJ |D00K M  Largest Assortment  in Town  NOT I CIO.     ���������  I,, the  undersigned   Jane  ]\lci\iil!aii  ailininistratri.v of John  Hugh MciUil  Ian,    deceased,    hcrchy.    give notice"  that 1  intend  at  the  next  sitting of  the Board  of Lieen.sc  Commissioners  for   Iho    district of South  Nanaimo,  to  Le hoklen  at  I.adjsniilli  on     tho  15tli day   ol June, 1!'U(J, to  make application   to  that honorable  body l*oi  a   transfer of   the hotel  licenses     to  sell   intoxicating   lii-nors   under     the  piovisions  of  tho Statutes  on    that  helialf,     in    the pieniises Lnown and  described     as  the Tunnel  Hotel     at  Extension,    British   Columbia,   from  the  said     John   Hugh   AfeAfillaii     to  Alexander  J.   -McMillan.  JANE  .\IcMILL4\N,  Administradix of John Hugh McMillan.   4   Smoke Pig 15. Cigars  ��������� Granite and    Marble Mbnu-  ��������� ' nients, Tablets, etc., at  the  9 "��������� lowest -   prices     consistent  ��������� with, first class  stock    and  ������' worl-.mansliij).       Write    for  ��������� catalogue. ' '*  t ���������         '   A:   STKWART,  ��������� MS Yates St. Victoria .'B.C  ��������� -       ���������  c    FORSALE ���������  Eggs from Pure Bred Stock  AH. Birds Trap Nastad   .  No liiieiior Layers Kept  Baned, Buff and White Rocks  While Wyandotfes, White and Brown  Leghorns.  $1 Per Setting  $6 Per Hundred  E. STEWART,  Box 26S Ladysinith, B.C.  ~  Owing to'tlie-24th.'of May behig a Holiday    "   S|  I  This Store will be Closed  %  E      ' -\ '   ���������<?**    ~r- ��������� T h e    E nt ire    Day  |  1 A. HOWE nphoiiT 2-0 |  = MEAT   MARKLT ^  ..������������������������������������"���������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  5S^S3l^5SS2EfiSiS^3^SSSSSgl^^  RAY!VlOND&;,FONS |  ���������Dealers  in��������� p  Lime,   Plaster Paris,    Brick, |*  Fire  Biick and  Vancouvei is- i  land cement. c  ;j Pandora St.  Victoria   B.C. I.  BARGAINS IN WATCHES I  IWOTHKO  IjglB'.  1'  DIRECT FROM ENGLAND         ������  Another Shipment of  ish  - - -flajka  21 Cakes for $!������������������Use no Other  We have marked   in Plain Figures tlie Prices cf our���������  Waitham, Elgin and other American Watches  At a Great. Reduction-Call and sec them  B  FORCIMHER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  LADYSHITH  I FIRST AVENUE  *��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $-+*������������4>+**+*������***+4.**������*������*  : : t  I have- just, received, a shipment of  Hills'  High Grade  HVGLISH TOBACCOS  and  CfGAREllfS  DRUG  STORE  ifflremr-ff-iBttiHaB&imf^^  Sporting Goods  Just arrived���������Ike best line ol���������  Tennis Goods, Baseballs,  L  Bats, Gloves, Ete*  aa  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LiniTED  ���������������������������������������������������������������JJBMiMBMBMil^MglBBgMWi-ga  \lf. Q. praser  Suits  Merchant Tailor  ' FIRST AVENUE.  Made to  Order lo Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  eL>/viR  :  ���������  ���������  t  A  A  A  A  A  A  Owing* to the 24th of May being a Holiday;���������  riiis Store will be Closed  the Entire Day  PANNELL and PLASKETT  s>  :jfar\rm^  A  ������.4*   **A ^  ���������* <*���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ *^  >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������  ..���������Now,is Sprincr cleaning time.  Coat  your walls  with  Church's Afabastiiie.  Will jiot ruli  oil".     A pe'riucl,: ami sanitary wall cuatiiii;;, sold in.  50 & 25c. Packages  Also paint your woodwork    with  "Pyramid Brand"'  of Paints.     The best in   tlie market,  only .  $1.75 Per Gallon  We also carry, a large  line of  ;*"��������������������������� Fine Varnishes  Enamels,     Brushes,     Window Glass,  Room anri   Picture Mouldings1, otc  Try a gallon of out  Granite  Floor  Finish  (0   preserre   yo.ur  LLnileunis.'    Bring  your pictures to  be framed to  rf. KAY'S-  WALL PAPER DEPOT  PICTURES CIVEN AWAY  Each a Work of Art  e Save Your  WHITE 5WAN SOAP  ���������...,.,,,' WRAPPERS  -������������������j'' ���������. ' ' ���������. ��������� ��������� ��������� '���������''..'  and in exchange for twenty-five, the H.C. Soap Works will give you;  your choice-of: fifty beautiful   subjects.    Ask your Grocer for catalogue of Premiums.  a c, soap  ������tnBh.jamlq4--Bini������^^  Plumbing and  PONE  AT  Reasonable Prices  ���������������������������"   -By���������-     ���������-���������    ������������������  J. ANCWERSON  Leave orders at Petefson'i;  Fiirn -  tur������ Store, or telephone No flJi.-  (������������������������  4 i.4.4.4.4 4+44444444t444*>"  ~    I  Dr.  Dier can  he fouMcl  at  any  tin,  at his oflice on  Gatacre st.  Ills  de-  tal  work ig gi  a rah teed  to  be  first  FOR THE NICEST  Ice   Cream  Milk Shakes, Soft Drinks  Candies, Fmiis, Tobacco  Cigars, etc.  CAEE ON ���������  t W-. L-  GARTE R, t  * FIRSTA   VENUE ���������* t  T  t  t     Parlors for Private Parties.     \  ; rrwiK cxsm&mn ���������������*  n:-��������� i.<u,n, infiifrtw mwnii  elass and rates reasonable ct  Try a Pro\ince Cigar.  A

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