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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger May 8, 1906

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 <A*&  \&  ������* &*  &&*'  SHHA*!-*;?.,���������J.���������  ������U.'- <-*_ '  i  Ah  to  w  [it  ft  8-  The Ladysmith Daily Ledger  VOL.,2  TUESDAY  MAY   8,  190C  fj  s*  ^gi������K^g  3>  TWO CHARGED  SERIOUS OFFENCE  _������/_lJ*1_^   R. Jolly and R. Shearer are Both to Ap~  pear Before Magistrates This  Evening  VOTE   ON   LIGHT   QUEST  PRICE FIVE CENTS  16 TH,  Both are to be Charged'Mth; Interfering  With Locomotive Belonging to  Colliery Co.  ' This morning Kol-ert Shearer was  broughti down- from Nanaimo ,,by  Provincial Coiistafilc Cassidy,- and  tonight will answer to the charge  of un.rc-wful.iy intirfcrilwg with a lo-;  comotive.  There is another case to be heard  also', iu  which a yo'inp, man   named  . R. Jolly will .explain why last nigh I  he attempted to rim an engine lie-  longin^ to the "Collioiy Company un-  assi������i1 ed . <  The ci s1 s will come'upr before  Justices of the Peace Matlieson aiid  Stewart tc night al se\<en o'clock.  Mr. Russell SiTPipsoi- has ^oen 'erpra-g-  ������d  by Rhw������rpr"for the defence..  Shearer, it will he rcmcm'bcrotl, is  charged   with having   hoarded  one  of  on the wharf near the oflice of Mr.  Fred. ���������IInwcs, "ami by good luck tlie  lever was pulled "in the right diice-  tion to start the locomotive <>w*  up the tr^io't,- towards one of the  watchmen,^who-baarded h.,r -m time  to pie.ent a serious accident. Hod  the engine started the other way it  would proL-ai,;ly'haw run over Uije end,  of ..tne- wharf and smashed into, the  Joan, .which was moored lelow. <  -Last c.ening young Jolly ,it is alleged, also attempted to board / and  run an engine.. He,threw the. throttle aiul Jiad nicely started. when ho  was fcoirded by Night Watchman  Atkinson, who had just .lighted tho  switch lamps, and happened ��������� to il r en  the spot.    While Jolly has not /;\**en  NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  Many  D Legates   to  Grand Lodge of  K. off.  the  A quiet  wedding   took  place     yesterday    afternoon     at   St.    Paul's  church, when Rev.   A.   Silva    Whilt*  united in marriage   John/ Hutchinson  and Flo'-a Iloathcock,   both of   Ros*-  ]jn,   Washington. _ 'lhe   young    cou  pie are guests at the   Windsor  id.    Mi  locally.  At Last Night's Council Meeting it Was Decided to trials OF  Take a  Refererendum Vote on the  Above Date  Fire Chief Gives  Views on Recent  Fire Which  Destroyed  Hills Stores-Says Apparatus  Was in Shape Before Alarm  AN OFFICER  The Train Pulled out But  Officer Boarded After  Hard Run  II o-  One  wee'e from, tomorrow,  Wednis  day,   May  lCth,   was  the  date     set-  futch.iiii-.on   is   well know [lied on   by thc city   council  last   ev-  jening  frr   taking a  referendum    vole   .���������  *c,f die  tropic   on the following   two  ���������   .i���������   u'ltcstions:'  Foiownm*   are    thc    names   oi   tne   ^ ,  j������j.ib   ������ v (    "Shall  ihe city acquire,  own   ami  ������   o pei ate elect ric'  lighting an<I   powei  the company's engines   m   Saturday-[attested, he ^ will be - .summonsed    to  morninp,.   .The machine ,was"!stendiug  appear Lcfore Hue court tonight-���������  PROOF AGAINST :  FIRE AND QUAKE  *  Omaha. Nob.. May 7 ���������13. * llarri- in itself/ was undoubtedly kept t.p  man-!- special train arriMMl" - here at Vy (tlie" perfect ^'security established  '2 15 D.m    i>n'\vhat  is expected to be-by    General  .l-'unston.     Thcbedt of  Um*   Sau Francisco'  to two United States  delegate's   to   lhe,    lirand   .Lodge  the Knights oi Pythias,   who have ai   (.laot?"  ready armed. '  ' 10.  LI.  Lenion���������Victoria.  (J. 'i hoiuus��������� Vancouvei*.  W   Brown���������Kilownu.  A  llornolcl���������Cumberland.  .1.    Thn.npsnn.���������Cumberland.  'A.   Weeks���������Vernon.  R   McKay���������Kamloops.  4V   li. Urown���������-Revelsloke.  1). Thnihos���������Kosslnnd.  C    Alallory���������ICamloops.  K.   I'fpiMlner���������Victoiia.  I ���������'Alternatively, Shall a franchise  1 be granted to any' person or com-  ; pany willing to.supply electiic light  ! and power?" .  j    After  the adoption  of  tlie  refer; 11  ' dum by-law;  which  was finally con-  j livmod  last evening,   Aid.     Campl-cll  I moved   the  resolution   to  the*, 'cfiect  I lhat  thc above   Vjole be ta.-ori,    and  the motion carrier).  ,'lhe     matter i.\ was     next'    di,s-  rus**od   as  to     whether   or   not    it  Dog Taxes.  While the Provincial Police , force  in Ladysmith is limited, it is- by no  means ciipplcd, and those who watch^\r  ed Prpvuncial Officer Cassidy sprinl-  ing aloi'li; iu the wake of yestcr-   can  diately  with  the    larger one,   going  to   thc   Fifth  Avenue hydrant.    The1    Aid. Uren   wanted*to "l.now    what d.i>* -afternpon's    height   train  smaller reel stayed on   Fourth^ Ave-   was goin^  to lw  done alxiut thedops >'oi:ch  for.     :\Ir.  Cassidy  hail bought^  nue, and  had a   stream playing shorj.   He said   that many dog-s are   roam-1 his ticket for Nanaimo, where ho wa������.j  ly  after  arrival.     At  Fifth   Av.cn.u- ting the streets  with no  tags, 01   at. [.oing     to  bring    liac'c     a prisoner';  liowcer, some difficulty had been ex-[least,  tags  of last year.  He thought when  the  freight  pulled   out sudden-;''  penencod  owing   to the fact that the koine steps should lie taken to ha*.c ly,  leaving  the officer with a rticket'..  hydrant  wiench    **ould  not fit    the \iogs  with  unpaid licenses    inipo/inl- m his hand,  gazing  wistfully up the r-  n' record   ln*en!*.iiig    run    from  I'.icilic    to   llii>  Atlantic   coasl .  riic army v, ill never be discharged.  highest. spivd was made liotw.-uii  >>ot*th l'lattu amt^tJiftiict Lslatid m  this state where 138 miles' wasc-bv-  "ored in 111 minutes. " Mr. Ilarri-  iiiun's party left ,.Grand. Island ovc*  the JSoith Western Railway and-expect to lvacn- JtuiTalo in time' ' to  catch 'ihe Ji.mpire State which  will ta!:e   t'liom    into New   Vork    at  10 o'clock" tomorrow night     inuiiitiy '  'he  run across  tlic   continent    in    7'-'  1'oiiin and   27 minutes.     Wliiie   h-*ie  -Ali.   ir.1rrim.111   spoil*     to    n    icport-  <.'i   i.f  ihc   Associated   Press    ivgnYd-  i.i1;   the    situation   in  Snti  Francis.-i*  t li'  *-..icl  in part:  " it is foi'iniatu that constniLlii.11  <n" many large \>uildiiigs was only  111 contemplation Their erection  can now be pur-sticd with the a.s.si.r  aucc of .substantial con.stiiiction. Indeed tho experience will ie.*.ult in  auaking f-5uii Francisco tho safest  city in I'ho counti.v 111 which to ic-  *i  v*       ali-nli.tcl,\  .    |>.-(K>| ai;.*-in..i  quake and hie. When Snn Francisco  is. rebuilt no material damage by  any future earthquake need 1 he  feared. Under thc new laws all  buildings will be constiuclou under  requirements which will prcient indiscriminate occupation of fault*.  structures, and which will promote  thc possible ai'ti&ticc or nrchitet-  uial cfiCLt providing that tin-  height of buildings shall not ex  teed one and a half times th-  width of tho, street *to Hint avenue.-*  will'bo widened which' will not o.il.";  help to beautify, Iho city, but will  prevent- Iho spread'of fire in the'i'iil-  uro.  "''The pi'oKPiio.o of I*....."-;, troops   wa.s  n   groat,  nil vantage    to   (ho       people  '���������California w*\n iieyer more prosperous, than this year. The crotj  outlook .js, ".better than' for' many  seasons - past and all business in  leresLs are on a sound basis with  banks s't'iong in resources..l^i'obably  fot this icasuii >jau> Francisco i-*>  batter .able to stand such a cai  amity than any other city in tbo  country.     Tho saving  ol" the      dock.;  , j was advisable to'endeavor in iwiy  Mrs. in-own.' of TtevoU.oke, ������bo'v..ayto show the/advantages or dis-  Suproirie ir-prosenta'ive of thc Itat:--' advantages or cither proposition,  bono !-*i--iors is also in town, she or-'Aid. Malone was'of the opinion that  rivod on Inst  ci filing's boat - ,   , nn ny  of the voti-rs  would s*>tothe   i## ���������_ polls    in  favor  . of granting;  a fran-  cliise without stopliing to thiivl-  A conceit. ...uler tho auspices of o������ the ^ssi^ lConCCssions which  Hie WomaiW Auxiliary of-the Xnn������. [ v, ouU{ -)C asi^-^. such a company,  'mo ho*ipiia! ������������������. is now expect- He thoug-ht that" few would realize  I'd will ho ,-iivii next Tuesday cv- tIiat the city would have to prc/Vty1'.-  <nin-   l,v Misi    Oli.a' Dahl.   nssi*-t-  'y.PaJ' enoiiph  foi   street lighting   in      .���������..    *���������       i1   4.i._      :.., 1.        cd by    Mi-*.       ft ina   Smith,   protiably  al   tbe Opera   Ifoiise'lt will be  re  called      that.    Ifosdame** Pahl     and  oim year to   pnyc the   interest   cuiid  1 leave a  sul.st'uitijjkl sinking fund    (*n  money  bonowed jfoi   a  jilant of their  own.  and   watei front  enabled    tho work <������f  ie:-cne   and  relief   to  ne      conducted  luuob 111010 effectively."  ' San   Francisco,  May 7.���������The      one  great problem   with        which        the  military and civil   officials foci    they  ba\ij    now    to ik-nl   with is that   of! attondantr  Smil'ii arc iimong tho San Fran- Aid. (.'amp'.r-lll,-,:ud be Uiouuht the  i.isro MiAeri-r** who came north from best wav w-s to let each m.an do  tbe  st i-ic-koi".    t-ity     on  tbe   l.-idai-   his own    tliiuliaj;,  and mting    day.  will        1k>       ii      civat '      ���������pleasure would Vh.>\v-wherher  the"citv" -would  . *. -      ��������� *  Afli-i    Hahl  ability   and  to  hear   her o������n  lif-hls  or. a: company.     In   anil     is-     understood     that     arrange eient, another 'by-law would have to  men I*,    if concluded   for the   concert '**;  PH*parcd  and  siil.imitlcd     to    the-  will  lie Mo  thc eli.'ct that  one    ball  late-pajcrs for their    coninieii.lation.  of tho pioceods  ' gT.es  -do Miss Pahl  ,n  Ca<*e   tne  ^^  on  the   l(!th  is   in  and  Mice,     f-mj.|,    ..,K|  tbo     balanro  ���������avo*' *>���������  & niunicipal-owncd     plant it  !���������*  ��������� li-*  ][iiii---' Tlnsnilal    Fund.  iwoullthon ie necessary for the cotin-    icil   to frame     a money by-law aivl  ...    ��������� ,, tale  a iota of  thc  rater-avers.     If,  Ihcio wa-! on ovcoptioually      large ..       ,.       ,      . '   ���������  & ,on the other hand, ihc vote was in  Sunday afternoon at faVor of ftI.a,,tillg a f.-aiichise, the  collection of iviuj-ws into the small jthc lunoral of the Iciie William Mini- council would , have to obtain the  est possible number of camps Jn- j ���������-���������,>. -ih.di tool- place from the fain , t?rms of a company ;>nd submit the  cidentally    tbo  question- of     san  '     J"----.io. which   took place   from the fain (ts-rms of  a conip.-.ny  ;ail,t--1 ily   residence,    22fi    Johnson      street'sai������c to the voteis  1 Victoria, at   2.:W o'clock.  tMbnt'js  were  very beautiful.  The floral'    Ifc   WaS   t������������������*x'���������<���������e<,   *������   -L>avc   *lic   n*a*^  I ter  in  this  way,  and   therefore ea<h  n    " man -will figure out for himself   ihc  tion is involved for with   the scatter'  cd   camps   it   is  practically    impossible to picient them   from    Molatm  lobulations    whoioas    11   they can  b.i  niannoi*    they   ropresentod    the _ wide'kind   of light he prefeis.  centralized      all, can     be     carcfull..    business connections   which    tho    dc-i Tire  Chief's  Report,  watched.     The   distribution  of  cluth   ceased nnd.     One was iccoived   from!    Spea'-inir. of the     fire   which     took  1  following* statement from  (Jrcoly:  "On I  ed to 2715,fld I persons  to 230,207 and yesterday the requisitions W'Oro lor 20.1..00. I have in  s trite ted the 'finance- commit tee that  it, is their duty'to-eliminate tho rloail-  boaW aiid ..repeaters from l ho ��������� broad  Ii'ne������ and it has   promised   to     take  hyrlrant: Sovne of the spanners  were missing, and it was necessary  lo despatch a man to the smaller  reel for tools.  The chief stated that at 0 o'clock  en the night previous to the fire,  he had .examined 'Loth the bell rope  and the-hose reels. _ The rope had  heen. in good conhition, no knot being in it, ana the tools, spanners,  hydrant keys, etc., had been in their  proper place, viz., in the tool lo<-  belonging to the larger reel. He  .thought it'was a \ery peeuli.ir  thino- that they should lie changed  before the lirr* occurred, on .that  night. He had also heard a lady  s.iythat she hod seen a man in thc  Council rooms at 11 o'clock on the  celling of the fire. It was ii( thc  council chambers, above the fire liall  where the Chief had for.:iwI the knot  in ihc rope jammed in the hole  t.' rough which the bell rope was|sup-  posecl  to, pass.  Mayor Nicholson slated that on thq  night pretious to the fire he had  been in the fire hall, and upon looking in the tool box of the .smaller  reel had seen several hydrant, keys  and four or five spanners. He had  supposed tltat they .belonged to tho  larger reeK        ,        , ,-  Aid. Uren thought it a very peculiar thing that e'.ery time worlv  is a little slack in Ladysmith, 01  dull times expected/ thereJs a fne  somewhere., If times are good, he  noticed   that  no  fires occurred.  '.���������Ihyor Nicholson stated that he|'de-  lic\ed an otlic*ial letter would-shor (.-  ly be forthcoming from the insurance company deniatidinj\aa invc.sti^X  tion.  Aid. Spence askod the fire chief  why he had failed to have a test oi  thc hose made. lie had, the alderman said, been instructed to make  a test over fi\e weels ago, and had  failcdi to do so. He understood  that Ch ef Smith had told some of  the council that hc (Smith) knew  that the hose was all right, '.--it that  did not-satisfy thc people. it wa*-  not Mr.. Smith's personal opiiiio.i  they wanted,  but an actual test.  Chief Smith said that he did not  think he had been ordered to make  a test as long ago as the time  stated by AM. Spence. 'lhe minutes of the past meetings    were look-  nilh the exception of two lengths,  which had Ijeen broken in transit.  '1 Jig Clerk -was instiuctod to put in  a bill to fie railway company for  the biolen kngths.  Cleric Stewart reported that a gen-  ed up,   and  il   was  found  lhat Chief   1 It-man hid  requested that  the child-  .whose     courage,     while     remarkable'-the matter-up. with the .police.  SOCIALISTS MEET  __JN]SEATTLE  Seattle, May 8. ��������� "When Steuncn-   used  in the defense of the three sus-  berg died  he got. all  that was com-  pcctod nien was talen.  iny,'cots arfd bedding--to the needy Victoria Jtianch of thc UritisS. lilacc on May lst(_"\yhen Hill's store  and destitute* will bo conducted on Columbia Lumber & Shingle com- h'rned to the ground, the^Miayor  a more equitablu basis "heivafie*.-, jianj, another umc fiom "the Vic- stated that he had been urg-cd" ~by  Aiid thc authorities believe tbo.v toiia Scaling- Company: and a f-everal to hold an invest Ration.,  will be no waste or reckless 'disu i lined w.is oLvon by the Empire -10***' **t; *������ the CAi.se oi the lire,  billion -to persons not in need of d. cinnery employees, and a fouith ���������*���������''*��������� *-1(' reason why an adr^ate  The relief situation from tbo army In the men w-o.-l.ins; on tho traps ���������l,*u ni ���������'**������������������' _ "ot been turned in. 'On  view  point    was summarized by   the  al   Sooke.     The funeral service k was   the   '"fi-1*   *���������������  (fucslion  there had ibeen  ConotarVonducted     by   Rev.    1).       Campbell bu*'   one   cr  **'o   ri-'g-c:   <->���������   the     S*ell,  j aL   the  house  and  at'tho  graveside. an(i   *1?     understood    that so.m.et'li,ing . Smith had   been instructed   to m.oke   Jen  of Mrs.  PccVtto be'   transferred  "OnFruia-   rations wore   dHti Ihcl-   Thow   wbo.ift'od   a-; palllw-arers we.o 1,:ivi   ftnnc  w"ng  with   ihe tell.    He   the test on April 17th.     Mr.    Smith   fiom   the Childien's  Ail   Society    in  on   Satin-da-   thniles     Todd.      Captain      William'aiso  llI������(1*;-"''''00<i    that ��������� sonic "of     the   stilted that he had awaited   and ap-  Vancoti'ci   . to   t'e  Children's    Home  Grant.   .Thomas Shotbolr,     T.      i.--.. l������ols belonging to  tho fire apparatus ' peaml at a,    meeting, of   tlie  council   m  Dui.c.in lie  vvantcl  the rermis-  lord    A    F.    Todd.   G.   F.   .leanoi-- "^ teen "���������Is-'ins,'and  would'like ah ! hut  recently to get their  permission   *-i-'"  "f  ihe couicil   fi.r the  iransfer  (--viplanation from the fire chief. Io call out three  or four  of thebri-      TI10  council,    after disjtissing     tlie  ������������������'���������Chief Smith, who was present at ft'-*<le and pay them for their time mati.:vr ini'irnu'l Ibe Clerk that ho  the meeting,, handed in his report, J while occupied in making the test. could writ.-* ti Uk* Children's Aid  .which was read. In the report the; The chief also reported that he ha<> Society inslr clinig ihcm that thc  chief .slated that an alarm had been ' wiade arraiigement-s with A. Miohie Ladysniilh City Council is perfumed in at 1.10, and at 1.20 the! I" .sleep in the fire hall, and if (he, fcetly. willing t*iat the transfer be  first stream of water was playing'council gave their permission, thi* made,  on   the fire.     When lie  reached     the , ���������<-cy-would    be turned  over to    Mr.      Thos  rd.  .jThe  pomndkeeper did not    seem   (Iack.     Not for long, howeier,    did^  to  bo looking after them iery close-  he gave.    With a ftuick tightening pi  ly. 'his belt, and a    loiigdcawn   breath,-''  Aid. Campbell had a s '.ggestion to le start-ejd, and the heavy thud o'f^  mate and wished .the council to ccn��������� his.loots on the ties nearly drown.-.'-^  sider with a view to future action, ei ihe rlecisne shrieU** of thc 'en-"1?  lie thought it would be a good plan gine's whistle as it went, o'.er'.tlfejL-j  to ha\e part of tlie. market s<*������a] fist crossing. Mi. Cassidy ^had*j-  a boat two acrce, cleared 1- tl. heard all about a nightwiatchinan !.>  S'tumping machine when it is here, splinting after aad overtaking arunf'j'  and then at any future time if fa away engine only -the night befor-;,"^  merry-go round or any other kind'of and v.bat,..,a watchman could'do',; a g  show, circis, etc. comes to town jtroviiicial officer could do. ,riiis-liiadJ-i  the city 11 ill get a share oi the pro \ Inrdly .flashed through the pursuer's',v  fits  in license fees., _t    '     'mind,  when he too,   .went   over   the**;*  j\ld. Spence moved that a fence _ crossing, ar.d , with a gain . of -t-cu-:,  be put arouaid the council building,'5 ards tohis credit. lie had stijl^  thus providLng^a place for the city's' aOout fne yards to close ��������� in, - how-V-  tools, lumber, etc. At present, the' ever, and the engine was gettin^'J  spea'-er explained, lumber, tools, etc. nicely down to worlc. Tluee tcle-L-,v  were laying all around  tlie   city.      .'-giafn   poles   were  allowed   to  ^daslrji  Aid. Campbell seconded the motion} by before another hasty glance .re!-'?  and after discussion, it was passed. ' 1 ralort the tact' that ^nothcr 2 ynnk-V  Therefore, (he lot on which the conn- had *een cut from the gap^etweeii^  iii chaiwbers aie situated will b# the policeman and the train. ,*Stufi-,|  fenced in. *��������� - ��������� ing his  ticket in his pocket as    he**,;'  Street Committee. _r.ni,   the constaible  pulled off his cap,]''  AW. liren ieporte<l for .the Street aVd with rn* mighty - spring reached^  Committee that he had examined the the tail-end of the, caboose, andi������  streets at the lower end of the. swung -al oir-d with a grace 1h"itl'i  scho-l grounds which the trustees':r'might _well cause envy on the part'l-;'  ha,d requestel thp council'to clear, of lhe watching brakesmen an*l con-3.  He had soen a great many logs Iny-   diclor.        ' -, '".  .ng theie Svliieh hc lliought would . 'lhe troubles of the day were* * not :i"  n-a'.e excellent cor.dwood. "And," 1 rt over. On 1 caching Nanaimo ,tlie'.  L-* added, -'ihis time we should hold fust man Mr. Cassidy met hapjwv-j..  en to it until we arc sure or our .ed to be the editor oi one of Nan-,'  money.'' '���������aimo's loe.il, papers,  and he,  juoKih- '  Aid. Spenrc had coimtcd forty-two ly being i.sed to the methods of val-  *uun*}s which would have to,be re- lage constables, oft'ered to bet -thc  ino.od, and he thought a stuirt'dng worthy representative of the law  machine would take out all hut from Ladysniilh the sum of one dotal out ten. These ton'would ha������ve To la*" and siv-bils that he would not,  Ic blasted out. , * ��������� find his   man.    Never  having missoif  Communications. [ the man    he  went     after  yet,    Mr  The comimniicaticJis were \ery few. ' Cassidy thought this loolcod like a ,  A letter from the B.C. Pott-cry Co, ; pretty easy .fj ,7.">, and promptly dug  \ ictoria was read, in which prices'' down for his small change. Still  (.n pijes and tiling were j'jyoted. 1 laying in hard luck, the officei  The company had made a shipment _ had hardly got the money out of  uf tiling and would/be very glad to '������������������'���������> pocl-et before the man who hail  under  for furthei   orders  if rrl.|-.ircd. ) 1 <-"h  so  anxious  to  bet  had an   im-  Tl'c tiling iu "question had been re- I poilant engageinent down the-street,,  cci-.C'd in good shape, accotxling to and left liiim with- his .$1.75 in his  street  Foreman  Callendnr's     report,  hjwid,     and- the --bet/- was off.    All's  well that     ends-  well, however, and ,|  Mr. Cjisiidy    returned  with his  man.  this morninn;  tl  or nn'd John Coburn���������Colonist.  'MUCK-RAKEHS.  CANNOT UN-  LOAD GRAIN?  President Roosevelt has succeeded  to judge from newspaper editorials,  in fastening    upon   -the-magazine ex*.  ,    4 ���������    ���������  -- - ���������.       -:���������   , .rs.'ni  at lost night's meet-  fire  hall,7 he   found 'thai  tlirce rawi   -4li<"*hie.     This   would  lea\jelhej   Hiall   ing  wen*-    Mayor  Nicholson,    Alder-  ing to.him." './fiiis was the state-,  menl used by- Prank Boini, orgian-iz-  er for the Industrial Workers of the  World,  yesterday,   in. making his pica  A resolution was introduced and  passed, which, recited that W. D.  Haywood,-Charles. -Mover and George  A.l'ettifcniie had been kiilnappwl from  for aid' for Mover, -Ht!yw-h0d -and   lhc s,a1e ���������?-"C?0,oratlo,.iIy thc loflTicers  of.-tlie law, with .the connivance    ot  cm .Federal..on " of Miners,Tdiftrfccvd- tt������e'governors   of  Colorado  and   Idaho.     It further -states that the cause  Pi'tUn'onc,   the olTicials  of tlie  West  crn iFedenalnou     of,Miners,   i-liarjr^vi  -with' complicity in  the murder of ex  ttov.  Steiinenherg,  of .Idaho.   The oc-   f(>L'  11'is net had ifieen daring of thes,������  easipn  was  a mass  meeting ���������f     the :nu'n   {������  staml   "p. f(,r th:'  ri*"1,1<R     of  socialists  nnd  organised   labor to pi'o  labor.  test against     the   alleged" kidmapplnc; I    "Wp-   thc  Particii*������nts_ in   this   dc-  mr.nstratinii    and  mcn'il.'ers and ,svm-  . pathizers'of- org!aniz.cd iil't'.r, of which  and  arrest     of-the  Western  Federation olTicials. , .' (  J.. Mi: Walsh, ol Montana, arid the the'Western 'FWeration is' a part,  youthful Mr. Bohn, in feverish har- hereby ���������declare our determination to  angues    denounced   the  "capitalistic'-'   resist in ei-ery  way at our disposal  class, and cleverly led up to the  physcological moment when a collection which netted $130.50 to     be  this  attempt  of the  dominant class,  r*riiri-ifi itit   1  nn    wurnt���������*-"- *���������'-'     '  (Continiied on Page Four.)  posers ������������������ of ...corruption the expressive | ha(, {&, pn  the Rm^ ho_,e rae)i    an(,   \n charge of    somebody  during     the   imn M-ibne,   Canvivbell, -Spence, Uren  name   of  "muck-rakers."     Lhat-   is'  he ftn., othe]. flrmeh   - ���������       ,  . ni^ltt. , and Citv Qleri  Stewart,  what, they are being styled all over  the counery. One Chicago paper'  has received so many hwjuiring letters from readers l-ewildered hy the  phrase that it finds it necessary to  explain  to the people of the'    west.  T������ Mfi-**>limflW  the  ease of  the crime,   if  it- is    at-   watikec Wisconsin and 'so think anany   er defends  them   thus:  tadked  in sensational,  liirid, and untruthful fashion,   the attack may   do  more    damage  other papers.   "People   ite   sick     of  the  muck-rake,"  4'id  "a  Ueil'iiy re  .     ..     ���������,,,.        ���������   ,   action has begun," believe*, lhe l I*";  r   ��������� n..���������������������������      :.���������.^       ..........^        to    tllC    pUlbllC      lllllld   !      ,   ,   ,.       ���������       6      '       ,     ,, ���������,      ..  ern metropolis     who    .lohn  minyian | ". adelphia  Press;   ani  the  Wasnii.-ti-.n  was, what book he wrote, and all \ t������an the crime itself." Thus. ,the I star tW���������ks lhe presWen1,.s speech  about the "man with the muck- j hearer is left to infer which 'ipjuck- j was ma({e necessary by the. prepos-  rakc." Another Chicago paper sug- , rakers" the. president woukl.hail- a.s j terous chums of some of tho "nvuek-  gests '-a' muck-rake' party" in^ 1*,������8 |,bencfaclor,s and which cnos he would '! rakers" that they were raking with  with thc proprietor  of McClure's ma- ! condeinn<   lt seems to m lho   Kenor- | Piesid^ntiai  symjiathy and support.  ,.  ",", ."!ned-rakcrs "have been builders of re  al   opinion,  however,  that he.     must      ,,..4 ... ,       ,*,  .    .       ..  ,        . , , kails that some 01 .these niuck-.mnlff.-i.  have somebody, in mind  or he would .        , "'���������  .   , .,      .  ���������    '. -   ,    ned-raktrs  "have been builders  of re-  not have considered    such a,    speech       ... 4,4 , ,,  putations at least as much as  thev  necessary  -/'    -* ...   , .     ." ���������������������������  ;   have  been destroyers  of  them,"  and  Most papers agree with   us almost   ,,    ..  ,       , ,,    ,   .      ...  '.  ' ������.i.       ,.   .    ,    ,.. ,     evil has been  attacked  aviI.1i a con-  axiomatic  prorsosit-ion   that   trutltul   ���������.    .        ���������   . . . ,  ^ , ���������    ,    stanl care to recognize nrtue -where  exposure     of wrong is  commendable  ga'/.ine as the standard bearer; while  Mr. Hearst's! papers seem to. take  the president^** spiecch as somethiai'g  almost personal, and reply- in long  double-column editorials in several  styles of large type, reminding him  that "where there is a muck-rake  there is muck," and asking him  which he prefers. The Presinlent  made it clear, in his speech, that he  hailed as a benefactor every esposer  of corruption who is "absolutely  truthful,'" but believed that "even in  "it may freely be granted that  then* ha\c been excesses in certain  pi'tolioalioas of a baser sort. But  the general propriety and correctness nf the exposures ot business irregularity ami political rascality ave  abundantly liroi*-! (1) by the fact  that many iv.cn have been coni'.-ictcd  by the courts of evils and crimes  ihavced; (2) by the fact that lawmaking bodies of the country are  seeling, by new laws, to prevent the  recurrence of grave scandals of the  last few years; and (.'.) by the fact  that Rhile, if not true, the !',i!j!*ilien-  tion.*! in newspapers-   and    magazines  ever it was  found," so "it i.s     very  lmve leen grossly- libelous,  the   jrwi  and  untruthful  exposure  is   harmful.  The  conscienceless     and     notoruety- ���������    --  seekiaig "muck-raker"  is  a '-stumbl- l"_ ^^^T'^ ^t^'  ������.at have been the subjects  of     the  ing block in the  way of progress to-   ngss ,;  Buffalo,  May  9 ���������Fjv-- boats started for      Upper Lakes ports      loday-J  with hon-union inen  in the' places or-  striking' mates,. iirumen : and      oilcis^J  None of  the   2,250,000   bushelh      c*;-I  g-rain  afloat    was elevated.    The ves-J  sei owners   state that  the   eloNatoi.-i-l  are  now so full that the boats   woubi^  not be  unloaded   even   ii" there   w������\/j-j  no strike,  while the men . claim tba-j*.  thv* threat o.'-.Uie  monthly  uk*ii      '���������    '  walk  out  of   the  elevators   tbe     moj  ment  non-union  scoopers     are,     scnig  into  the  bold     of a  boat   vl.oet ivel.*^  checkmates    the. cn'oris . of -tin*     la!*-'  carriers    lo   iK-g'in      unload ing     tlie  g-rain     u iih non-uiiipomen.      Fdwari-il  fsiniils.   i'n'sidont  oi'.tho  iUiftalo  RriA  dock    Company    iimT-'-v-:a   mc-mbcr  <.���������_-'  thc executive     0,1'  the  Lake Carrie*!*.'!  Assoeiat ion . said today:     "The     unj,  loadin-;-   of   cargoes    of   grain       inn a  not 1-eg.in ������������������   for   two  or t.lm-c   rtayj  There  arc  now  over  2,000.000 bnM|J  el.- in  the elevators,     and  it.    is  ing-   moved   very   slowly 'owing       <-jf.  the inrui-.il.it>     oi ���������'thi*. r:\ilsvay** to fut^  nish  enrs.      It   is expected    that  .-���������,('0.01 >0 bushels   would be    placed 0  lb.* roil.*-    today but. ears eiionnh   frj_  only   200.000   buslipls   were   sent  far  from    true  that this   worlc   has   of vast  -TOaith  a,ud  political   jov.ct  ing of attention to filth and wicked-  eJ:p0Sures    ha-e    not brought   suits  lC  ward real reform," declares tlie Mil-  I  And an  Indianapolis   pap-  &ga{n|st thte publishers."  os by  t he railroads..     Until- thi*. co,^  ���������������������������f'st'iOTi   is relieved   there   will be j_;  great      luirry  tc> elevate .the      gro'  from the holds of .the   boats.' urn, i rui-nn  TitfnlT  ,Hf DAILY LED6EK  f->.bl.6ied   every  day except Sunday.  KY       THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION  ?RICE  ���������dvance      Advertising rates on ap.  .ilfcatlon  TUESDAY  WAY   8,   1'lOb  Express Work  *. **���������*������������*  ��������� 4<  SUDDENLY  MADE RICH  A Vanroiiiu* flosp.it'b  mijs       Fo*-  j'irst -A-ewHt..  LIGHT TEAMING  ���������** - i.-.  W#ott .and Bark for Sale  SEE   J    K EMPTOR  LEAVE    ORDERS   WITH  W,iARTERr  *i  "F  ���������-A-KM  PHONE     6 0  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER VVOttKS  Consumers arc requested to call at    lhe office     on   Roberts   Stieet  o  time.canis  suddcnl-,    lo  Jmue*. Flen-j m Valer     1totes>   ���������><������������������������������������wcen UlC  10Ul     an(1  tlie ^ ,>f **vh  *������ "'  mg,   n     caipcntc.      ....   lh*.       (Jhinr.j Offfeg HOOTS   I P. ������, 4 30  Arj.s-.ion   bnildnijj  on    Furlas       ri.-n - y   - gj  a JUT")  SUPERINTENDENT.  |<*v  ,. jng   with   the  sweat of   boiust     toil  on   his   brow   hjs   in   the  ,ni   oi   luting  a hea\j   beam     uben    n    ('        P  J..     boy piesvt'nLcd   Uu- telfgiam     lie  ''   could nui  diop the boiim,    so ho sain  4 to   .t  fellow   workman, U'*ad     tin.*  wire   for     mc "      Willi     the    ln.ni..  v eight  si ill  suproiied   in  lus      tnm*  ,   *   bo  heard   t hi_s.t*    words  a*-  a     ifllow-  ���������- woi-Kraan   iuiuI    Lo  h.ni Sold   oui  claims       locU\     for     f-SU <K)0  (ash  I    The  new*,  I'n'/eU   Fleming   us  be    h.ni  t\oi  antioip.ilc.rl     an*,     siuh        good-  lortunc. In   fnU     hc   bad     haull,  " -   i cal .zed   that bo owned an,*      daim-i  and'conscious   oi  ihn  lact  (-uJ\   Hint  '��������� , a;great   gooa    loilnne hu-k,  loomed  <���������*,  up   iii  lus  hie,   he  laid     down       'Uil  '-.  -hea\y     iiiatciml   bunion     to        Ui.-e  Sjnojisis.  of Canadian J foinestead  ltegul.itmiis  I 4      .    S     ,,     *  '*0,a  fiiend,    Fle-nin-r said  t\1fi''  s'-r -   (A   ".,-';A    couple    oj yeais   ago  V**'- H i!  .Ini.-  Any available Dominion 1-ands  within the Railway Belt in British  Columbia, may he homesteaded by  any person who is the sole head of  a fix-ally, oi any male o*-ei e ghtecn  yeais of age, to the extent ot onc-  cpiaiter section of ICO acies, moie  oi Jess.  Entry must he made personally al  the local land ollice for the district  in  which the land  is situate,  The homesteader is require.'! to pei-  fo-m the conditions connected thcic-  with under one oi the following  plans  (1) At least siv months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year ior three years  (2) If the father, (oi molhei, if tho.  lathei is deceased), of the home-.tcati-  oi icsides upon a faim in the licmi-  \s   of  the land enteied  foi,  lhe     re-  -Vo be ^n  tbe -i,n,m      I   got      onb '<iuneiment&    as to residence may     be  satisfied bv such peison iesidmg with  thc fathei or mother  a;  Any  - .Slewait   cfime  lo m     and     i old  me  ���������-, ���������*, -  t,   *  - *  Jl I would    give him &J00      ton mils  ��������� _ -    lus" faro   aud grubstake   _Jie       ".oiuJ  ������������������\^ ' add   ij>200  and   go    to     Vlasl*a,   and  J'-���������.'������������������ )' -^whatever   he   stalled    when   in     that  r_"   -   *-���������{ < ountry, no mattei     n   it weie aitei  '"u. _"' the ni'ubstaUc hud  inn   out    I  should  -  f   ''���������'<   .have-hall  of it       J   had    ^.200   sa-eti  /   ,~        up -iuid deeu'ed    to tab*    a    eh a nee  , --at, it*     Although    I     knew   Stew.nt  ..^ ���������-, two  lottei-5   iioin   ban   in  two    \e.us  ���������^'r.-"oiie t0  -*n.v   the  giubbtasc    was gon.  '"    7 '*��������� 'and  he  was   vorking  i..r    wages  and  ' . "^ (r" - the ojbet   lo state l.iat lie bid sLai*  'ed'two  good    elni-iis  n*   iht    E'anan.i  '-���������'���������distjict,'-and  Hiai   he   had   kept his  H.   ,.'<   'K'������oi,d    nnd  slaked  one in my 'mine  '���������>;'*'   _.''���������: /'f   ovpocleo  no   great   lcsults,   and  "' " 'X   this  telegi.ni!  enine  as  a   great    *m  * ' ' -..P,riae to  me."  ^,"J/ Fleming   then   wal'ed    on   Ihe      \oh  . ,^-rfwitlioiil asking   ioi    bi*;  werk's    pay  '.'���������-i i--and liis   felluv   workmen    mils      saw  -    _    him'-puce  since,     when     ho   ietui nod  .    , *       To  the biuldincr,   diessed   m bis    Sut -  '"-'.  "day clothe.'-,    to   tell     tlum   that tbe i  (..) If the seltlei has Ins icinian-  cnt residence upon fanning, land owned hy him in the viciiulv* of his home  .stead, thc leqiiurements as io icsi-  denoe mav bo sa.tis.hed by rPsi.lcnci  noon the said land  Six    monthc'    notice     m     wuli  should be gnen to the Commissioner  ol Dominion  Lands at Ottawa of in%  iention to ajjply foi  palenl  Coal lands may be purchased at ?10  pei acie foi sofL coal an I ^O fo(  anthiacile Nut moie than .i'iO  acres can he  aQp\wd  hv  one  inrtni  Kind  of  Job  '��������� ��������� 4-4 4 *4*4444-r-444 + T* HTtt++ + < * *4 4 4 * 4* *��������� * ������ ��������� *-���������  I LAD/SMITH TRANSFER. STABLE;: I    ***|  I    PIANOS,      ORGANS    ANDIIOUSBMOLI*     i-oi^MTl'l*'    A10V-  ED PROMPTLY  A    ND  .SAl-'ELY  Stables in the rear of the Lai' ysiiiill- in>lcl       Lea\e unit rs at  Abhnts      Ion!  A. J. WASK������T, PROP  Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Railwa  -.-'    <'   ��������� hi "7  Time Table No. 5 8  i-l-*--*-*-**-** ������������������������������������* > + -*-*-. i 4 ',44444 444-4444-4V*-  rt*i������<������������ + -r������*������  SH4VE8 & BATHS  Having taken wver the baxber shop  known as tht Ladysinith Shaving  Parlors, High St., I intend, by heep  ing competent work-men, to conduct  a first-class establishment, and respectfully solicit your patronage.  HOTEL   DOMINION  -Yb.hF *���������> 2-r* *n drjl.fA*���������  p;l. to  g"l ...r'snibon-   lrt.dn.Band  r,.ri������H*. d.-.M)'p   '   li"!.*rrr*i* iT..fi pv ry 8  C  ���������.vtiiitp-j   to all  fivr'e ot   tl.e eity.    Ba������  <:h'J'*v'"i'*.ii*>' -.''tiled. '  TUr,rts*o    , ru/ip        *"     ,      F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  TH0.4AS   lESIS   ,KBeo,n.^ VANC-,UVBB B, o  Best  accommodation  for   transient  \nd permanent boarders and lodgers  GRAND       HOTEL  'This new Hotel has been com'fort-  ������������*Iy furnished and the bar is up-to-  d+*������ Hates (100 a day and ������p-  w**rd������.  WM. BEVERIDOE, Proii.  ���������*>*-*UBa*l* '*-: '���������'��������� :������������������: '���������������-���������' T..e������iy*iKit*t'  THE JONES HOTEL  i  ���������WHITE   UOOK-J--  , -w-t  ���������WIHTK   LABORt���������  Employed Oii)y  (Halt Block" from Depo,t.)  QATAORE   STREET-      Ladysmith  61 CAM Hl..\T������n  FURNISH    ROOMS  BAR SU1'PLI1-I> W11 K BK- T  WINES, I.IQUORti. CIGAR**  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  A. J. McMURTRlB, Proprietor  L/it'M-JV>n,rlt' .C  Mewly lltted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms ** - .i  '    t     '  Done Promptly and  WELL1  At  ,    ,- , ilii.il  oi   eompanv      Rovalty  at     the  .news Unci  uccn  confl.med  In   .ninth,,   ,alc*   of   Un  cpnfs ' {m   (>f   2 00J  telegram,     anfl no un*-n'i    noirii-     to  work  any  pioio  TTT^T i"������Wfi������f->i|l IHWITi  |     ||  RORSEMEN,  READ   THIS  pounds shall     l,e    collet led      on   (he  gross oiitpnf  W    W   f'ORV,  Uentilv of the Minn-lei   of Iiiioiioi  THE  rlhave used MINARD'S LINIMEVT      "Y*>u  -������iv  that hat  cost,   !*],&���������',  i  -in my stables: for ovei  a  veai,    and   I'aus"  consider it the Very best for hoise  -Jdesh 1 cm oet, and would stiongh  leCommend il  to  all hoisemon  GEO   II0L7GIT  ^Iiveiy    Stables,  Quebec    <J"5   to Idl.  Ann Stieet  tJBS^S^WI^ff^fSi  i.  <.  ft  M  ' Ves "  "Well, I'll Lei il JiJn'l w.ai a'i,  price Ta<i; through the cistom In.-r  ���������PhiLulel.iina   Letljrt 1  IT IS DANGEROUS  TO NECXlvCT A COLD  How often no wc hc.u iLicmark-  ed 'Its onh ,i cold," and i feivdaj-s  l.itei   leain  tlial tlic una   is on'ns  Office  0-XM>  (st Avenue  3������  \11back uitli pneumonia     Tht*. is of  I"** '  -4. jsuch co:i)iiK,n occiuonce tli.'f a cold,  ^.(howevei sli������ht, should rot be disre-  |(gardpd. CbarabeiIain's Cough Re-  ^ iued) couiilciacls am tendency ol  ���������a cold to re-nil ln pncumoi i l. and  lias gained its oie.it populaiilv and  extensive sale lu u*, pio-ppt cuie.si  of the most coin mon .nliii'-Ml. Tt ���������  fil'vavs cuies and i*. pleasant to takv  Per sal-. In Lid\ .-.mitli I'liainiacy  ���������mEOflwwp"-  ^eacls Them  ��������� ? A11  IN QUALITY  R. P.RITHE1,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency  VICTORIA.   -���������   ���������   ���������--���������   ��������� *. :���������*B.O.  PORTLAND HOTEL.  j t  DAVIIJ HVNUS,  Piopr > ,  'i      i-  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extta  well  Stocked    '  ' This  Hotel  has   l-eon coinpletely       renovated. :  Board aid lodging $1.00 per day..-   -���������  HOTEL-    PRETORIA  JOHN THA, Proprietor i    *:i  J. ~  j        *   .    i  ������nr  Supplied %\ih  the Best    \Tincs, Jst Avenue   -: :-' ���������-; Ladysmith B.C/"  Liquors and Cigars., .     i   .  Kfftctive April 29th, 1906.  Trail.,*  leave  >4������������jsmith Ior  Victoria and  all  intermediate stations    a;  !) 10 a.m.  daily, au<! at 5:00 p.m. on   Wednesdays,  Salind.ivs,    and     Sun-  d.iys. ; ' .  ,/1'rains _le*vf   ladysmith  lor  Wellington  and   ali  uuermediaie statfor-*  al   11-57 a.in   daily, and   at 7:00 p.'rn.   on    Wednesdays, Saturday   an I  Sundays. ,     ~ i   *  '.-   ,  , Excursion.Tickets ' -^ ^^  ,      . , ON SALE TO AND   FROM ALL STATIONS  4-P?- ;?r" KtP* J������������rney  Saturday?   -nd Sundays,  rettirn.ii": not laiei than  Jhe" following Moaday.,     r    -    -       J-i     I ,,--,,;,-   SftanarJoan-���������  Sails from Laaysmith'.or" v������ncd UT������ every Saturday at 6.00 a.m. and  returning sails tr������n ..Vancou.**������;_   fpr - Ladysrnfth ai 2.30 p.m. '  G, L;. Courtney,       ,  District Pesseiigrer Agfwit.  58 G'ot'ernnicnt St!'. Victoria, lt.C.    z  2  Ticket and  Freight - OlTioe,  75  ,  j - Government Strccty. ���������-,,..  Transcontinental  ������������������L"'-;  Trains Daily    i  ��������� ���������   .4-, .i 'Tlic -New Train"---* i ������������������" -"-���������  ������������������   ORIENTAL LIMITED    :  -.   -.-... .. -The'Train of-vy.-f  - Ease; , Elegance, Excellence.  .���������I. ^Evety 'mile'* a" picture^ and'  do smol-e tto spoil the',vyiew.  - '---Throu^hf-'CornpartineititV j Ob-  servation*~and Pullman5!Sleep-  --'ers;  "also - Through'-'-'fo-irist  Cars-to Chicago.'   .-'-"3---J---. "  At antic Ste*mihlp 6uiinet������-t������ Europe  ',",.-., :.-.   v i* y%'6w Specialty ,-'*���������!  Unionv   Terminals  with! ������lV  -"Steamer lines.   -\   ",L y' \  ' --Berth reservations0 ljy * wirel  Great Northern" S.S.:,'C6.  POK''5APAJ81" ANB^:CHINA.-  lS. S, 'Mtenesota   ^111" sail  from Seattle,'April 29th.  "For ���������ryateaf,' folden- and' lull  Information, s call on;, or/ ad-"  dress," " '   * .  S. G. YEttKES,  - -;' A.G.P.A/, Seattle, Wash.  E. Ii. STEPHEN,      lJ*  ��������� i* yGen,, .Agent, Victoria,, B.C. -1  TH6 CITY 7VYKRKe.T-  R. Williamson Prop :   -  ist. Avenue  Ladysmith BI C.  i  *  4  STOVES! STOVES!  j  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest PaUeni3������~We do  AI| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plaiing in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  |     TELEPHONE 53  P.  0. Box 42:  fc. J. HENRYS  VJTt.     .iiiS^ta**-'       A.n>\.   .    -  4������������.^..������;.*������������..*.^..*..������..������,.������. ,4���������i..t. .������..*..������..������..'������..������..���������.    .������..������..������������������..������..������..������..���������..���������.������������������.^~#..������..������-������..������.;������������*.^.^-������"**.  A   Great   Boot  for Prospectors  The j'  ate   all    letilhoi,    and  made  to  stan.l  <��������� lionuous    \v.  {   age in  iiiiiu* ui  Joiest  1 Lii/4. Men's Tan Chip  ) pfcwan Veal Kip Prospectors'  Boots  4 Ask for ..  I  4  I  i  4  J  4  t  4  I  4  4    ���������  WM.   MUNSIE,  President    J. W.   COBURN, Managing Director."      4  Telpphnne   1-fi. f?"      i '���������       \  The Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd. - j  MILLS   kT   FIDDICK   AND  LADYSMITH--    *..   ���������������    '    \sfM      \  Shingles bl ������pe-c-i-eiltyi  1MANUFACTDREHS OP   Roiiglijaiid Dressed Fir and Ctular I^uinbers  LATHS, 'SHINGLES,."MOULDINGS,-:-'��������� ETC.,     of    the  BEST "  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  ���������-���������!  UJj.lil:   FINISHING  LUMBER IN STOCK:,   -j'  UURSIES   MEEN-  ���������;   HOUSEi AND SEED  jj.lft,'   J,> li- >   - *      15.���������-;.*  ���������,,    :. HOUSES,:.,._.  ' i-JlOLTeatminsUr-Road.  VANCOOVEft.  ;���������;;;; " b.u;.. ;' u...  ..Headquarters foi���������  PACIFIC QROWN .Oarden. IUM  and flower 5EB04 -   *   - - -  IqX- distrfttutlo*. ��������� ;  Large   stock  .of Home  Grown FRUIT"������nd ORNAMENTAL     TREES  now matured for Spring.  No expense, loss,or de-  lay_ o/ fumigation,oc in-  . spection _ --.n ��������� -.  Let' tat price your list  before placing your   order, vlreennouse "Plants,  ���������Floral Paokages.' Periili-  7ers,-etc.       ",_!, :\     .'/  3010 Weatmlaster Road.  VANCOUVER,-. B.> 0.  ,d r.i.4  Low Fxcursfon  kates .  'Round Trip.  Tickets  ������  I-.  4  ���������A  on all  ��������� Trains S  On Sale May 2-1, 25, 2C.  %\  Tc  555,00  To;  New Haven, Coo,, WM M  July 10  to 15.  Mm  August  7, 8, 9.  ' Milwaukee'. ���������' ������?������  Sept.  8,, 9,  IO.1  Toronto  - -" $83,75  To  June '1, fi, 7, 2sr25.  Julv 2, '3,  Aug.  7, 8, i).  T 0 A L L   i* U I N 1' S  For particulars call on    or  write E. E. Blackwood, Gcii-  eial Agent,   Victoria, B.C.    ,  A.    D.    Charlton,   A.G.P.A.,  -  " N.P.,   Poilland.Ore.. g  Are You  Going East  Tfcea b������ iur������ yowc tickets iea������J   rl**.  tat  B  LINK  I *   I" *      -.    '      4. I  If you 'ars contemplating  PAPFRING  YOUR ROOMS  -Call at-  J, E, Smith's Shop '  '  On Roberts Stiree, and see ail' Ihc  *^^������%^-*^-*v^-**tm.-*i������.-***.^���������*������.'������k���������%.-<��������������� ���������%.-%.-*.-^.-*fc ������^������.>.-*-������*.-������. V<v%--%'^-%.*������--*--^*v*������*������^*'-**^-������k  WATSON'5  ���������..*;  -,-.������������������ +i  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd;  UNDEE  Ten-inrh    "bkiclici    cut,     with  with    full  bellows  tou<-uc    lo  Ihc tip, have double sil.ei eye-  'i    lets   and  stiul   liool s,     double  sole  and  sliji,    sland.nd s<rew  f4istenetl,   '.Insert    -iroitii'l    Uu*  :    foiepait and  heel        A     coni-  !    JorLable as  well  j.s  a  riui.iblc  hoot.  AhU ior them ut i our Dc.iJot^  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  -7 he Cream of Scotch Whiskies  *  *������*<  ���������f  *  ___  ���������f  t-    HEAD OFFICE  ������ DUNCANS STATION,  *'      Vancouver Island, B. G,  | PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, (101.D AND  SILVER ORES. ;  Smelting W^ortc-s at  LA DYSMIT.H;     B. C.  The only  line now  mr.KJng    UKIOV  DEPOT   connection-i at ST. PAUL  and     MlNNEAPOUs    with      tht  through    tralaa    from    the     Pac-fli!  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, TF  FINEST TJRAINS,  THE  LOWES"  P.ATES;- TIIE FASTEST TIME..  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL, Ciit-  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CM 1  and ALL POINTS EAST-'   "  For complete information ask y-  local agent or write,  F. W. PAKKEK  CJenaral   t *  *  790 and Av������., Seattk-.  riekher h\  ..IVa ers In . V..'  Fianosan J  ' GLERMOHT. LIVINGSTON-.  4,:       ,������...������������.������..������.������..-., u. u, ,    . General Manager. *  ***i''F*i'*������*'f**i''f'f*i'-r--r**f'i--t-:--f--i-!-.7-*{������i--' |.-^vi.^..j..i.^^^.f^^^^.|.^^^^.4.^.^.^j.  Organs ..  Unfysn.irb. ac  est resigns in  W AllL RAPERS  We    make a Specialty, of the paper--  ������������������.:)  -I.LESSCiEGe.LfeS-lil  V/ftOC'UVEP, B C,  z:*mga&m%������������s������.  Sole   Age lit s for B.  C.  J.-X. Smith's  Resturant and lodging Rooms  -HAS  BEEN   REfyiOYED TO-  -First  Avenue-=  Ing Business.    ���������  Under ������Mana)>nient  Hotel AVi(son  Nanaimo, B.C.  Jas, R. McKinnel  : Proprietor,  Coinmeicial  IVfens'  heatlaaavters.  Modern "and     Strictly First Glats..  Fire Prool    Buildiag.  : EAINTING  AND  PAPERHANGING    ���������  Neatly and Artistically Done        ;:T'r:7".r'"~"v;:"-"7 Promptly   Executed  I *, ���������  S.  ROEDDINQ    -- -    - - LADYSMITH +jrp*X4������m������-i* u* *���������������***-*>  3SE  ���������.���������������������������������������������.0"������"������..������"������"������:  ~ First  Class  R1QS FOR HIRE  WOOD   and   UARK  '. For Sale and  Delivered  EXPRESS .WORK  DAVID JOHNSON  PHOiNS 66 LADYSMITH  H-..*..������~������.'*..������"������..������"*..*^������..*..������M������..������..������..������..*.-.a������  V  ���������������..������.4������..������..������..������..������..������..������"**"������"'>"������"*"'*"������***">  ***"  ^    '  AL BLACKSMITH SHO  Miners' Drilling Machines .   ~ r.  stable utensils used on or about  them, should be carefully clensed aad  disinfected before being used for other animals. Stalls occupied by  strange hGr-.es or mules should be  well cleansed and disinfected, and if,  at all possible, left unoccupied for  some time.  0. IMieie new horses or mules aie  puichased in or from districts where  glanders exists,  they  should,    unless  I carefully tested with Alalleiu prior io  purchase, ie stabled apart and closely watched for some time before being brought in contact with other  animals of the equine species. -  7. It must be borne in mind that  while nasal discharge, or ulceiation,  cnlaiged glands, the presence of farcy i    buds,   unaccountable swelling  of    the { JamJ-  *���������**-  amount   oi  luml   i  HOW THE PEASA1STRY  SHOULD BENEFIT  MADE TO ORDER and .REPAIRED  AT  SHORT  NOTICE       DUlLl.i  SHARPENED BY US      ALW.AYS \HHVE-SATISFACTIO.*.   PICKS' HANDLED 'A' Nb REP AIRF.D-^--  .-SIIIPSMITIIINTt    IN      ALL   ITS    BRANCHES  Hors.'shoers and Genera' blacksmith.  R. W RIGHT  Btiller h-Kreet   -      -    -     -   Ladyttmitli. fc** C  A*+<-+'b+'b*\^\*4>+*^s-4~\.&\^  ���������������������������  A  ���������*������*���������  4  rewine Co  ������������������������  NANAIMO    B. C;^  flanufacturers of the  'I  Lagsrr  f ���������; n  In   British Columbia  leer   and Porter     Guaranteed  Brew  thi 83-U  ���������imbs and  general  unthriftness* often  [Characterizes cases of Glanders,   tht*  i disease exists  in many animals with-  fout, for the   time being, any external  manifestation  whatever,   the only  j means of detection in siich   cases   being  the iUailein  test,  and  that these  .occult or latent   cases, are   in some  i respects thc most dangerous   because  unsuspected.     Our  experience' shows  that it is    'possible for uniinals    of  _    this     class  to convey  infection ���������  to   others without thcmsel.es de\eloping  "~ 'acute    symptoms.  "It   is therefore  Jpl.iin that great caution should     he  evcrciscd   on   the   purchase or. haud-  jJing of strange horses or mules,   es-  jpecially iu .those districts where    the  (disease has become established.  i   8. The ' carcasses   of animals dying  j fi om or slaughtered as being affected  jjwith Glandeis should, when   possible  be binned, or  tailing this, buried   at  tcast siv feet beneath tlie suiiace.  9. Owners of pxemises wheie outbreaks ha>\e been dealt with should  bear in mind that Inspectors e.in.ot  recommend iclease fiom quarantine  unless disinfection has been carried  out   m a satisfactory    manner,  a<iMian  Malt* Run   Mops  *H*>-*H������>*K**-M*''M***M-'^ J ���������"*  CUBAI CIGAR FACfORYh;  ���������-���������  v.. v:.. ���������'4..'-*T-^"  '*<���������!������?������������������**'.���������.���������'Sei^v.  f    r -      ~^*-4*<a< .ti qpy. _-^!ii*c--g������T^g**so������r*fw.  Manufacturers of the Famous iWADM,Hr *.,   n Awnipc  CO i\S tfLOSSOl       ��������� }WARNING-^--;���������GLANDERS  cOT\ sT ^iLoss 6 A  None bu   Union J^abor ��������� Employed  n   J. BOOTH. Prop    '-;  i-ADVSiVU TH -BAKERY c  CHOICE    CAKES     AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    I'RESri   ON HAND >  U'edding    Cal-������������  'tfadc,, to  Oidur  BRUITS   AMD    CANDIESOF AI  KINDS.    fKESII   BREAD EV-  -     -     "     ERY   day;   , ��������� :.- \ ;  Prices    are     Vcrj  Reasonable. "   All  Customers are  Treated- Alike:-���������*-"*���������"*-"  HOP  tiEE 4 CO. j  ON THE   ESPLANADE.      ,  Si Fefersbuig Hay 7.��������� ii the pre  s./a'f pioposinoii ioi* the- iiationali/*--  tion oi land in ltus*-ia be ���������vali/.ed it  will probably elieci an iinmednm  ihange in tlia material *t.ituation  oi iiioi-- p^iijiJu than any s-inilo  histui* li i*. briefly a pioposition  economic involution in ������tbo worl'i's  not only to supply Kind *-o all  and maM* adequate the land of  landless peasants but lo lound out  ihose   who  mil     or   haw   insullicioiit  u be allotted to ea<;li U> depend upon i b,-  region foi each ol which a "**i*-  tain lO'-mal urc*i will he i alcii-  LtUxt adequate lo supply "*'���������_.  personal and public necc-isancs oi ( were compelled,  a i-cwsani. family-     For tins puipoie, to  piotect   him  Iho  opeintion*    of  whicii. have       -joi  \et been approached   in detail  .  l?ort   De  France,   Martinique,    May  {���������>���������Ail\ icf)  from    fia-ssettcr,     Cuadu  lopo   say that   Af.   lioii>enuUJ a   candidate for re-election    tp  thc general  council,    opened   fire     I'lorn   the   window of lus ajiaJ'tmenls    wilh   a   i itli.  yesterday  upon, i>.������**s<i-<-"by,  kilhny    -~l  Socialists   and   wounding*  a     ciistom  bouse  oilicci.     Boiiscnufi's     j*esidcnrc  \. as immediately sacked   by, the pop-  "ulace  whicli  also   looted  several  otb  er   busiiK-ss     l-.ou&es    belonging       to  ii iends    of   ftois'-nuu'-     Tbe littU**  %\as arrested and t'he authorities  to employ troops  fiom   the   fury      ol  NANAIMO /COUNCIL-MEET  *r..������.-;-    r- '-  they    would  put. iu   would be below  those   of   I bo   city.    Considering    tho  lo  by  f     obligations   tbe   city    was   under  the    the company And the lact   that  Victoria Da.,    mal ing the agi-ecmcni- in (ruestum   a  it   is proposed    to  taUt*    lands       W  longing    to  the liowh.    the    Kiuper  the   people       There   arc   several  moiis oi tlw nttair     One claim.-.  At   the wcrci.ly  meeting oi < thecitj  council hi Id  last evening a connniin.  cut ion   wj*>   '   iei*ci\i-d    fioui  v\  Noil is  asking   the    council    for  i!-.1!-*!  dm.aiiori    lo   tht-  (.del-ration    funds      'lhc n'cpir-st svas   right of way over the company's pr������  fe.anU.1 and thc K-lter bled, | l"lrt*v ior thc P-H^ ^ould be   secure!  31, Jla*li.i*-on, on behalf of the- ������**-" ������**d coi-sidored it advisable, in.tfa������  j;,U(,hts of I'Mhias wrote uiKing the -nterests of the' city to introduce tna  Councl to bin.- tbe road leading to by-law. A- h* h������d before staud  th*. cemetery sprinkled on Thur,j- -l wu"* ^ ^''o^������ ������������ could underWan'.  day. when tbe Grand Lodge will l������a J ������������l a ver*v S^*1 advantage to U..*  udc lo that place for the purpo.se of j ������-'^������Pai.y to have thc agreement  ���������>U.*iunno tbe un'cilmg of Lhe mon-j ,i:adli T,������- ci,>' w'ould be the ga. .-  i..',io������t  eiutiHl     to   thc   memory   ��������� of.ur* rtnd jn dealin-'with the    coipo.a  ' /i  .lames  HadHow.     It   was decided    to   *���������'<>������    in  the  past  the   company   .iau  giani  the request "     '  The loJlowin^  letlei   was received:  Of'ni lemon��������� I   beg     to   inform       you  \'C1*  that  j or  pcr.som.llv    the    .hu.Ui.  nnd    pn-j lloisenuli    acted     iwihout    piwocut-  ' vate own.-i,.    The   stole lands     a-e, ion  and under tli.   pres-uie   ������,    ovc  to   be l.*aM������l    iho   prices   to  be  hased   excited  political   p.iMs.on.s       On      U������c f  0,1     produ.don       The      expropriate,   other hand    it   is  .reeled    that   the j  lan.ls of   pi.vale    owners   shall      U*| first  of  the  t������o    Socialists      killed  Paid   for'bv the    gox-einmciit,       the attempted     to for. c   hi������-   way     mlo  debts ,,, cac"h chm-   to be worked out   noisenufl'H house.     The    maintenance  by   separate   comnussions      ccitcd    o.  order  ,s  assured    by  the  pi^nc.  for the pu.pose-      The public     land, of F.eneh warship-- Troi.de and    .lur-  shall also  be  .ipproprinted    to   , fur-   ion de I.i Oriviere   and  i-oop-,  nisi,    wood.     It   ,s   learned       nnnncrl   ,The elections .1, the   island o. M...-  itic the -m-rtcrfaKmir will 10,/lire more, Unique passed  oft   without    .my     <���������*-  than   one   billion     dolla.s  of   credit    tea ordinary    incident  RUZECKE  IS GUILTY  and j  o'clock last night, when ibo cnu-  inal Assize- .lury in the < aso _oii lb*'<  vs.     Ruzecke    letui-ned     ������       veidtcr.  d-*s  'Oentlcrneti of the jury, 1 thin-:  that compensation for animals slaugh \.% a an.e.ltirely msL veidlcL r  tered cannot be paid unless u ceiti- jilon.t Uunk a '^^ ^ olh(B.WIW;''  ficatc ol clensing and ..ismfectton has , fleclared y iR^r    ^ - ���������  been lecenoil by the Minister 01   Ag- \  ricultuie.  10. Ilotse owner-* should Have    no  hesitation  in reporting  to this    De- ���������  partment or t0 its inspectors',the ex-( of *?m-tv'    ba>? R Vancon*-ei-  istenoe of actual of susj-cctoil   cases   P������tch  of glandeis.     The disease has    been \ UuzecUe    is  a   Russian    Polo,     c������l *'  1 spreading raphily  of late years,  and _ several weeks ago stabbed     "Villiam  _ ,      4., - lit is    a  matter      of   public ^interest  Mottishsa-v, bartender  at the     GoUl-'  . In districts _wbeie tlie existence   of|^'*,a^ every  fresh centre  of   infection .cu Gate iHotei,   Gianville street,     -n  Glanders is*suspectcd,' and.esiiedliilly !should  he discoiesed and dealt with j the leg.  i neighborhoods ^where actual.' oiit- iaS Fiomptly us" possible.  feaKs ^e"-occarred:s the   a<Voptio������i | J- a* RUTHERFORD,,  1       . .Veterinary- Director General  Department of Agiiculture,   ,'  Ottawa, Mnreli, 1906.  NAMES OF  MINISTERS  in  M. a Simpson  Solicitor,- EU  8cmy  fa   Lo3n  Isl. A������f.%u? LA'������VSV| h  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWCVN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL. QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,,  Anil the .Principal Business Contcrs of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  I ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Time Ti\l-lcs, ute., address  , CEO. W. VAVX,  \ Assistant Gou'l Passenger and Ticket Agfint,  135 ADAMS  St.. CHICAGO, ILL  LADV.SiWTTlT Tl-LAIPLK, No. 5.���������  Rallihone Sisteis, ivects in the Odd  fellows' lln.ll cm. 2nd and llh  Tuesday,  at .7:30 p.m.  ''���������'.'������������������      MtlS: KATR TATK,'   -  ':.���������'"������������������ -. ;M. oi-R."St'���������(���������'. ".  3������*LmSC'.'' WtHll.tX  HtUBERT  liNl'I 1 :d "ANCIENT.    ordpk  01-  .   . DRUID,***;'   ���������  ���������Wellington..Grove   No.  A   111   A. li,   i  ' Meets   in  life  I ���������  11   O  .b\  I _la.ll,'* 1.1.  ilysinitli,     tlic''Second    and      t-Virti  . Tl'eiluesilays of each niniitli,ConuiH r.-.  ing AVcilnet������day.-,1?.th..   190f������.  Visiting ,Druids     are -invited  lo  *v  tend.  Ry nnh-ir.  WM   RAl'TRR, Reef S-*<*V  PATTtlOK 1UTPK; N.   V  NOTICE  From      this date the  undersigned  will  not  be responsible  for  any in-  ilebtedness      incurred except on      ������  written orher signed hy the secretarv  Ilowland  Machin.   >  V.   I.  EXPLORATION & DEVP4!  OrMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Llabil.'ty.  .Vlctprlft. Tl   n., Mav 18th, ���������������������������������M :  ! breaks ha>e^occurred.o the a<Voptio������i  bf'the'f6liowiiigl.vprecautions Dy owners of horses and others i 11 teresteil,  wili do much to prevent the spread  bi the' disease and the .estahlishnient-  r ',    'of :Iresh L(ijn,tres* oL infectioii.  \i__lJ 'T-^Horses* or"inules h'a\ing a nasal  discharge or other suspicious '* symptoms should not be admitted to livery* or-feed stables or yards, blaclc-  smith-.shops,^church or-school sheds,  railway stock yards.' private stables  or othei places where they are likely  to come* into direct or indaect contact with animals of the equine species.  2. All stables, yaids.or sheds used  for the accommodation ,of. hoises or  mules should be regularly and ire-  <juently elcnseil and disiniectdl ,m the  milliner prescribed below.  3. After clensing the premises thoroughly, and burning all dabris, the  interior should be well gone o\er  with hot steam, or boiling watei  adding to thet latter ut least one  quail of crude carbalic acid to. each  jfive gallons, after which. ,thc   .entire  surface should be thickly coatocl with  |a hot solution of fresh lime , wash,  jto  which    ciude__ ��������� carliolic    aeid'has  jbeen  added"  in  the abo>e "nfcntiblied  .proportion. - >'/i  )   ^Outbuildings,    fences     and      tj ing  J posts* with-which   infected     animals  have been  in    contact  should     also,  when possible, Le  thoroughly  treated  in a simiUr manner.  All .ordinary harness ..and .stable 1  utensils which ha\e been in Contact  wilh infected animals or infected premises, should 1������ thoroughly soaked  111 a hot solution of ciude carbolic  acid of a strength of one pait 1o  twenty.  Materials which might bo injuied  by the above tieatimnt, Mich a-* vi*l- \  liable harness* < robes j' cushions, etc.,  which- have been in contacl with in-'  fection,:: should' i-e placed in-an ������'vir���������:  tight'room and... fum.gated with Formaldehyde, , after which, they should  be thoroughly  cleaned. \.-\  'U;Stnbles  where    outbreaks     have  occurred ...-or.1 Nvhere  discaswl; animals  have, inadvertently or otherwise been  stabled, even -temporarily,  the clensing and    disinfection should ]-o especially thorough, and in such cases   it  ! is "safest  to* remove  and  burn     feed  boxes   and   mangers wiien of     wood;  Uron articles can   , be' rendered harm-  jless  by passing  them through     lire,  or by' immersing them for some time  j in.    boiling   v.'a'ter.     All litter, fiom  j suspected animals should  be   burned,  or carefully; fenced -uatil used.  !i. Farmers      and    others     .should,  henecer    possible,   .avoid  admitting  straage horses or mules  to  the   premises occupied,     hy  tlicir'own     ivni-  mals, especially ol the ������ame   species "���������  It is a good  plan to reserve  an isolated' building for  outside: horses   or  mules,   but  Where  this:;is 'impossible  they :*may be accommodateil. in    cow  stables,:'Seattle ���������_ .not. being subiect   to  glanders infection.." Such'horses   and  mules should i*e watered from special  pails,     which',.'together  with     other  APPOINTED POLICE OFFICER  Mr. J.   A.   Russell, counsel for tfhc j  prisoner pleaded  for liemency  111  sMi-  tence   for  his  client,   as    hi*)  reputation with his employer was'.good.  I    Thc pvidence in    tlio case    of   R11/-  ' ecke as pre'iented., at the Asswo was*  the same   ������s tlint submit ted -r.t the  Police Coui*t.   ai   the hearing      from  * St  Pcter������bui*6,     Ma>    7 ��������� i"ho *  * aew Russian cabinet has been *  '"^ompletM and will be aimount- *  *' ad by an Imperian ukase to- *  ������ morrow as follows Premier, *���������  *, Goi-ejmkin, mini*-ter of     mtcrioi   ���������*  * M. Stolypi. foreign aflai,i9, *  *r Daron Jswolsky;   finance,  AI  Rot  "  * ovsoff,    etlucation,   M. Jvaufi-  At.,' I  * man;  agiiculti.r-*,      M.    Stichm- >  * iB8k},.  commerce,   Al    Rnkesloft,  * controller of the empire, M Von *  *��������� Sceswanetjach; procurator 01 *  ������������������ flolv Synod, Prince Shu*iiisU\ *  ������������������  yh^makoft,  ministe** of  war,  C*-ii  " Aluch   to tho pleasure  of his  many  which  thc      Russian   was  com nut Uil  friends in Naiiaiino,   Ale     'Thomas' 'or trial. ���������    *     _ ?  O'Connell Jin** been"appointed   to the      His Lordship ic.*.ei*ve������l   i-enti-n.ee   lo  position    of Police Officer in , the la the end of assi/es  dian  deparluient,   under  the  jurisdic-  _o.v '  Hon   of   A ' W     Vowell,   Superinten 1        1  dent   of Indian  Affairs    for the pro-  TUTTT^RRS  RE"  iince        Although    Air.   O'Connell's - ' ,       '  hcad(-jiiai*tcis will be m Nanaimo   his       TTTRN  T'C^i  \kyflT?l^  ���������       __, : 1 r  * '*ral Riwhger; minister  of      mar-  * inib.    Vice    Admiral    Buili'ff *  * Haroii "IswolsU.\ ,      the   new      lor *  * eig������  minister    is      about       fifty "  * j oars of ag.*, ������nd   is one of   the "  * most cat^blo of the youngci ������  *'4school of Russian diplomat*! tl**  *'\ias   |5oim<'i-ly   minister   to      the*'  "���������-. VatuMii and   minisie-    to    .lao* *  ,- M  * an.  ������. ��������������� ��������� ��������� ��������� # 4  ������������������������������������*������������������*'���������  duties may^call him   to any part   of  the province at anj time The pos- 'New York ^,ay S-Attcr carrvbi..,'  mon to vhich Air O'Connell 1ms OR nego, ,aI iom fo(. npar]y thrws  been appointor? was last filled by months lhu sHb^omniittcc reprcsoit  Thomns Dcasy  of Victoria Apart  ing tho niwhwuo .mine   woi-kcrs ami  from the fact I hat-AH O'Connell is- operators ol- nnsteiI1 PeDI������,vlvani_.  well  nualifiert     owinfi. to hi<-        long   agreed    to    conunm.   lhe   (uvsllt,      of  cxpenencc     m  poluc   work,  it        -������   tho ,jtMKe t.on���������lljt,���������.   lor   a,-ot|-ei-   -.shown  it to be  superior to all  \ears,  and ihe   men    will  letuin     io������ers  work   as soon   as   possible,   probiibi1  Monday.  'All minors ��������� who have com  ri'!.)Ql"OIS OV WWW J nutted   no uoli-nce agonist       ner***ns  * - or'piopert\(  will he re-emiiloycd. oiui  Bleamer .I'repa.mg  .or  Summer   I'ra-   -u)   ^   ^H   Jjo chscnmmlutlt;,tl "    ���������_  ^        yol Among^U-c Islands. ' g*tnst   because  of   any  activity       he  mav have tnl:*-n   m  tho stukf* move-*  The  sLcenicr  Iroquois     has        been ' .  hauled  out"  on  and   the  pleasing   to know     that a    Nanaimo  man has been given   the appointment  NOT IF   \S RICH  NO I Ah n ^ RC?C1CEFELLER  ,   Il vou had'all the wcai'ih ol Rockc-  | feller, lhc Standard Oil mtf*������*to ^0"  j could not buy a better mtediCW?   tor  j bowel complaints lhan Chamberlain*.  Colic,   Cholera and  Dianhoea Rem<?-  dy.      Tlie     most eminent  physician  can not   prescribe a better  prepe.1 a-  tion      for colic   and diarrhoea,,  both  for childien  and  adults.     Thc     uniform    success    of     this irtnedy   has  oth-  It ne^er fails, and whrn reduced with water and sweetened, is  pleasant    to  take. Eveiy  family  j should  be supplied  with   it.   Sold ivv  Ladvsmith Pharmacy-  has been  Turpcl'-s ways, Victoria, and the hull and cabins ������>c  being painted in piepaiatioa for the  summer Icavol       ft the  intent ion  to pla.-c the Iroquois on her summer schedule on Alay UOih. incMil-  ii������S u tup among-.the Gulf Islands  on Sundajs Kxciu-bion lukcf; ������ill  then be issued lot* the round trip  Ucdnesdavs-. S.itJirdnys and Sundays 'I hose cvii i-ft ions wori* ver\  p������-pii������ni among lourr^ts Inst sunmi"i  Mfiii.v. ���������Victorians ,'n.so took ndvau-  lage of .tho chonp ra<.r*������ to enjoy  ���������a pleasant, outing.  The steamer will rcsiune sM'rvice a-  bouf next AVednosday.  .Su'nmia*   Alert   is taking-    the* ff'o-  fjiiois" run    while she is on the way.-:.  J. PIERCY & 00  'Manufacturers' 01 ���������  IRONCLAD    B5AND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS*  ETC,  5  WHOLESALE DRY MODS  yiCTORSfl, 8, C,  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Jn the  Setter  of the Esta-tc of William Kipling, deceased, amd in   the  matter  of the  Official  AdBimist.a-  toi's   Act.  Take notice, that by an oidvi 01  His Honor JEIi Harrison, made* the  27th day of April, 190C, 1 was appointed admumsbvator of the esUxo  nf William Ki-plinc;, deceased, and all  parlies having claims against the  slid estate are licieby recjuested to  furnish the same, properly \erifiod to  11 e on or before the 31st day or  Mav, llOfi, and all parties indebted  io the said e.s.t������tt* are ieE_niircd rto  pay. tht- amount of their indc.httv.l-  tip������?s. lo 1110 forthwith. .    .  JOSEPH' McALONEY.  Official   Administrator.  Xanam-o, TI.C, May   J. 1006.  that tlio .sidewalk     m fiont  l'iopci-L,\    011  tl.e   cornet  of  ion    and  Needbam   stiects    is   . com-  p'otod    cosiing  ?21 50.     bricklaying,  -.20,  help.  SI 2 r,(\  .1 CUt'TALO ���������  It hus cAplaincd that Mi*. Cutialo  was under ihc impression that Uio  1 annul had agiced to pay half  tin. cost oi la.siii(- this sidi-walk IIosi  oici, a*. th<* :n.ijoiitvs ol the nldei-  mon weie ihiL awiiic of the cmsIciiic  01  suih  an atiiccnient     and   as     the  act6d with eve:ry consideration ana  were entitled io consideration in 10-  turn  o1'    mv|    Jn tins,   connection  thc   Mayor-iaid  Hahbur^jj, jia(j  lx_ason  lo  ijeiieve   that      111  ������tead yf being anxious t'he company  were   iiiddloivnt.  as    to    the    passing  of tho by-law. The cily would dc-  u.e tlio benefit fiom the ogiO-s-  iin.nl.  Alter the ictding of thu rtrsl clau.io  ui 1 he by-law Aid ICnniston asked  ii tih������i ttgioemonl made provision 101-  tlie  drs   season       If  it did   not      .t  si.lui- a Ik cm as not considered beneficial   Uie   wate,   suppi;y   falled      The  ' s* "���������'-���������'od . .tr. ^him. that  flic   city would  I In* liable    to   a suit   for damages  'i  cn������o*-������**i  11   mix   oilici   piopci-tj-holdci  the fecn' loin a 11    fiom   whom  ihe eoin-  miinicni 1011   caiiif  it   was doiiikd     to  file it  ,        ( .,._._        is  1 *an  1 1-.S1011  011  this  rjuostion  uas deiVn  V ici'iiesi, from Mi dough, sccrc  l ui ������������������ ot ihe Uoaid ot Police Coui-  uus-iionei 4, ior now tinitoims for ihc  mcitibuis 01 tho police ioico was i^-  1 onod .ind rciLiiod to ihe Finance  1 oiimiit too  ll.e iioundkcepoi ivpot ted that dining last  week    ho had   impounded   2  hilt ���������>���������!������>   nnd    1   tows  riio Cily Manag-ttr's report, which  '.u1. as tollows was received nnd fil-  . tl  To thc 4Ua������,ot- and Aldccuen   C'ay ol  \������uaimo  ciontlcJiun���������f  bog.    to   rcpoi t       the  ���������\pendilu'os   T01       ihc   week  ending  Waj   ."ith, as  follows  -���������id.'\ial..s  etc , .    '        ^>56 25  Now sidounlk     on     C01mnetc1.1l  c<l      The .fust dud second clauses pas-, -1'  sod, the leading 0f the thud was do       ^-j  rcned  and aftei   the  fifth  and     sixth  v 01*0  r-ead  and   adopted  the     counr.l  iiw* and icpoued progress  tho council \\ci.t into commit lee  of tbe whole on tho Street Spnnkl-  *���������'���������������. fly-law. Aid liaines m the  chtut ^Clause ^ one"di inis'^ijyq'a'u '  w.i*i 011 a motion 01 Aid r>ick amen,led to icad the ocmpicis ot u  bi-ildmg instead ol ilu ownoi Tlio  bi-law   passed   as a   whulo  Aid liiok was gnen permissinn  tc introduce his .Loia-l Impio\������mont  11^-law. lie said that the passi-ij,  01 ibis by-law i\ould sol\o to a  gic.it extent the diiheult sc-v.oia^c  i,ue*.tion that had faced the councils foi jeais Alalia icaif. ago the  j council had got an cngim-ci* to make  Mi-eot   Pilling  \oh   side\.n1k   on  ^ ictona Cios  CMlt  Tut it 1 t?8'l. 25  W.i'.r \i'oi Us Jlopaitnioni  \Iamtwiianic and opoiaim������   _ .**,">2  50  Sen ice      ��������� .   ' 3 7 j  1 -s  22 50 lJ*ons\ for  a  piopei   sew01 age   s\stom  irtn.l it bail been e&tim.itid    that   tho  5  So'00^   ������'" c**ai-u,,S   tho   town  acc,o/diiig  -  to these plans    would bo liom ^.150,-  000  to r-.200.000.     Such an expend.-   -  turc,  of couise,  was out of   the miot-    -  tion.    but  as  the town bourne    old-"',  ci   thc residents     began   10     u*.\li/c  tho nc-KiSai+y    of pioper scweiagvsys  te'ii*-,*-'and as tar a*; he could sec   Uiq\.-  only  way  to  obtain  it  ua*; tbe ons-  (  Bv-  1j.w ,. which hc now moved bo introduced.  Rr.c-ily    tbo lu-biw   [ rovules foi tho    r  a*-*-,-*&bment    hv special  late     on    all  piopertv bcnenUed   bv   lmpiovomonis  Total   ��������� S5G  25  i'pon   mo. ing   tnat tho council    re-  ���������-oho  usolf   into  commutoo   on    the I smS  of thc L������c*i*  Tmproiement  Water  Sujiplv    l\\-law     Aid   Kirk a in  ���������?aitl thoic had boon   a great   deal ot  talk   among the late  payeis   as     to  ll.e loasou    that  this  by-law       ������a*  intioducod   and as   veiy   littlo   comment   h.id boon modo  in tho   council j^ted 1"' the uu  hc lolt it  '\ould bo advisable   to   cv-'     r)lo  )o-\nw   Mas  icad  a   fust  Minn  plain thc mattcj     'The \V. *;toin   FuoL   a'ul  wl|l  come   up ioi   its next    -mi-  flompanj   weie  piepaicd     to   put   ui  a  \^ntcr     sjstcm   ot  then   oi\n,    but  ond   loading      two  loguUr  meolm^s  Horn  that of last coning  .    .,.,������������������ ������nv VI<'     Dick s motion   that tbo ut\  thou imwillmc--nos*! to act in any ������) .,   . . ,���������,  .         . . ������������������<-,-ri Hi.mv- ceiiv  be  iiistiucted     lo  call  tot tea  ,tita"oit*stii   io the   city caused tnun  ;     i������..s.    -ho cpiostion    01  ,���������mg thc,d-s  To.   a  dine* and  no.scs ,or  .ho  ' iu \iato.   with the  council       The,   si'*.   *p. .nkl,nff uos canlod  w,Mo innulluig     to Mm   an*    . W*    m      Tin  Ma.v or s.iffgosted that  the conn  hiv.n������  the tato   tho\   wee now pav- J til aulhon/c   tho cxperidituro   by lao  ,1    mo.eased   bv a now   council  and   ot,cot Committoo of suflh.ientu.ouoy  ihoj   nfcieed  to  take tbo   city   ������a'oi   to pu-xhaso benches   and plac-   then  ,    iho nri'senl    council    would   maU 0.1  the  slope  on.Piont   Stioet      H������*.  ������!,,   a������ieom.*nt        with     thorn      which   Worship  pointed  out  that tins  plat-  iv-Mild  do  u*a%   w.ib  tho   possibility   was  much frequented in tho   .lumi.e.  of   tho  r.,ie  hem--   mc.oasod   m      ihe   months   and ������ few benches   would 00  ,���������i,���������e  at  tho s.,mot,mo agreeing not  g.oallv appreciated     Tbo   suggest,..!,  .������������������   ,��������� a svstom    of Mn'ir   own     ������   It  was   actod    upon  nnd    the    nocoss.u,  ���������1 .s (11lll,   poss,hlo   mi* the   Cmupa-n   cxponditure    which     Aid      D.ck.  osti-  tn   install  their  own ^stuii  of   tho^   mated    would  bo  825.   was  nulno.u-  had     boon   inclined      and   this   point   ed  ,l,o <n>mum   of  the  spoakoi       *ns     Tlie ll.uoi   and  all  aldeimcn    w".*-.  dams  present   at last night's meeting  Steel Range  ?&mXM EE&mAMVWmTm  g-ss-aaar i jet.c ws^,,  '"''"���������"" DAY'SCHOt'L'  sf    Uaual   subjects  taught;   -t'Bo  ian  . ;n-;;  ���������W  Limited  Attention is c������lled to the    fact that U������  Ogiivie Flour Hills  Co,  makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR,     hate for ..some -lm.  past heen producing flo������r In a   Wtly  improved  anit jnirlP   '  form.  by the aid-of ELECTRICITY  *nd having secured control ot    all the baaic patent, rela'inp thsre-  to,' take this opportunity of * dtising the  public  tli-*t  -rn-r   ; -  orlzcd.users,of the electrical   Ho������ purifying processes  -HO-fiip-  ���������ecuted.   ,  Ogiivie Flonr Milla Compauy X-? mi tod  are the    rmly     uillora in Canada  whose Flour  s purified by the Electric Process  iguage**-  (IrawinK  in   pencil* and  crs-y-  *ons,  paint ng  in oils  ,nrA.."������*��������� atcr col  or8, pianoforte *jmd voca.x \e������������;ons gl'--  en in classeti *or individua :*Hy*  MISS   BRR TRAM  ladysmith.  B.  t:   ; -_. : .. *f   DELIVERY  WORK FR0MPTI4Y  D'  Lear** ordera at tbe Abbotsfb   ^-  Dr. R. B. DU u  Surgeon Dentist  All -work fsarantee'd, aud, at rea������i   *  able ratea.  RESIDENCE AND OFFICE  Gatacre St. tadysmit *|:  OPBUtlAT. >UU- HOURS. j'  i  Expert  Workmanship  The Kootcnay Ran������e  ii mode in the largest  and best equipped stove '  foundry in Canada. In  this factory a big" staff of  experts deyote their entire time to improving the  Ranges, and their greatest  skill has been given to  ���������die "Kooteaay."  It h equipped with many special features not found on  any other make of range. You should examine them carefully before buying any other.  Sold by all enterprising: dealers.   Booklet free.  I!  nl  Montreal,  St. John, N. B.  lei  lei -���ser���iztr:���,~
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, Ladysmltli, li.C. *
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'      ���*��-45-atg-6*i^
Call  and Get _. Acquainted
>   , _ K. of P. NOT!UK.
'liains leave Ladysmith ior Nana-
i .,<*, , Thtusdny, j\ray 101 li at 12
( 'rloc'-.-, returning at 8 o'clock, Ioi
tie purpose of attending the uiiveil-
ii.f*   of the monument of .-las.   'Had-
.��ow.   All Knights  of Pythias are  lc-
���;uested to attend. Ot
Mrs. A. L.     1-laskins, will sell   Ice
��� nam  fiom   (i  to  S  every    cuning
���"\ ictoria  Road,  adi-out one mile  out.
..} K\
(Continued From Page One.)
to add another to the list of mnr-
deious outrages they h-we con>initl<*d
again.**! the wo. king class, and Hi1*!
v.e pledge om immelia.e {manual
support to this resistance and sueli
ofhei future suppoi L as the developments of  thi.s outiage shall wan ant"
Copies of this resolution aicto|!*o
sent tc President Roosevelt, and tho
govirnois of Colorado and   Idaho
The meeting was well attended lu
members of the working class.
Local Items
.Mi*.  W. Thomas  re tinned at
Iioin  -i shoit  l,ii') to Victoria.
A  meeting  oPlhc   Tennis   Club will
be held lomouow  i*r.rning.
. -Air. il. WacKIm, leit this noon for
"--Cumberland, wheie he will icma>m a
-  lev/ davc f.n l.usincss
.Surveyors  were busy  this forenoon
"in  tront of  the station getting   ink* i
shape     foi  the proposed changes     in j
'.the present  railroad  sidings.
Experiments at Cornell unneisity
are said to show that plants can he
forced to grow with the aid of
drugs They aie led on ethci oi
other i otions Ioi 2'1 oi >IJ hours,
until they are thoroughly pei mc.itwl
with tie funics. Then thev grow
with  the gieat est nil I'lity
Smoke Little B   Cigars.
Owing- to the receipt of tlie t following , letter, which is self-explanatory, i will in future be found on
the Esplanade, just 'at' thc rear of
the station, on Sundays, 'arid will
ha^e plenty 'of Colonists to supply
all my patrons. The letter which
I  lerejjVOd today is as follows:
Victoria, B.C., May 5th. l!)0G
���. Knight, Es,_., Mews Dealer, Ladysmith,
Dcai Sir, ���Complaints ha\c been
made to nn* by IMr Bullor, our
News Agent on Uie E. & N. Railway, that yo'i are in the habit of
selling panels on our station platform at Ladysmith (a piiiiloge Mr.
Bullei pays this railway for) and if
such is the case, 1 must ask you
to desist. I do not wish to cause
any trouble and I am sure that your
own good sense will tell you Mat
j ou aie not dom^ the light thing,
llowesei, 1 'quote Section 2!)1 clause
'J of thc Hallway  Act,  which covers
the case:
'Eiery leison who enters upon any
���'railway Irani without the Inow-
"ledge or consent of an oflicei or
"sen ant of thc Company witn ui-
"tenL fiaudulently to .be carried upon
"said Railway without paying fare
"thereon or who wilfully obstructs
"or impedes any ollicc or agent of
"the Company in the execution oi
''his duty upon any train, railway,
"or upon any of the premises of tbe
Company,   or  who,   not flexing     an
.m? ������_������! mij-   .j r"-4*******^-^
Mr. Kirk, propileior of tiie Merry-
go-round,-, left on the tiam tins
jifoining - fot Victoiia. Mr Kirk
JsLitcd that he intends to letum to
Xt-djsmihn in ahouf, two months'
time. ,
-,-*V 'r .-'Alt. "nd Mrs.  Spraguu   left On   the
'"'���*/'. /jioon train  Ior Nanaimo. 'Ihey     mc
.,'-"*��� on their honeymoon, h;v\ing   stopped
-*'",*    tiff'at    Ladysmith      to     \isit.   Mis
"-!!!'.'���   Spnague's father, Mr. .J   Moms. Mi.
'V /_-;    -ind Mrs.  Spraguc  weie married last
, week in Vancouver.
-;'--v-,4 ���.���
.   *       'There  will   he an  unpoitant  uveet-
"   '' i~  ino  ��-  the  *-��� *" I11 tgade tomorio\v ev-
\" '     en ing ��it, 7 30, in the  Ike hall       All
"liiemibers .lie mgently idrjucstert     to
*'*-''M-.it tend   as  business   of  importance   is
"   - .to come   up   for discussion
,'fhc interior of the stoie of Simon
.c-I.eiscr &, Co, Ltd, has icoently undergone a change v.Inch greatly adds
10 the general appearance, especially
- ��if (lie, grocery department 'lhe of-
f.ce.has 'lAsen removed t() commodious
��'.tiarters on  tJie giocsry side, and (he
, jnillinery de'tii tment, m i-haigc oT
JSIiss BuehaiT-n, assisted lu Miss M
McMillan, is now lorah-d ui'Sl.nis
where spacious loom is pro1 ilel, and
a fne display of hafs and new mil-
iineiy    is lip, ing    *hown     Additional
. loom on Inn groiui:! Ilooi i*. sot
apart foi the g-til's hirmshing <lc
part ment, and the stoie i\(i\.' p.es^-ti
i|':...iGt-ASS,; GLOBES.
When you want a Glass globe
'see that jou get the globe
with the rubibei ring on it,
as it is the only land that
can keep the water cut ��� thc
glofbes without the Mibjtei ring
cannot i>ecp out watei, j on
call see thai bv c\aimiining
them. Thc artificial flower
that is put into the globes
with the rubber rings, is gi'ar
an teed to he the best, and' if
you ' want a globe with a
Ruiblier Ring, coll a,t Mrs T.
X    Jones, agent for
H-.NKV   CR8*V,
The only    place you can   get
Sole Agent in B.C. for the
French Wreath Co., of London, Paris, Melbourne, S.A.,
Cor. Comox Rd. & Milton St.
Puisuaiit to the Refeicowluni Bylaw of the Corporation oi thc City
of Ladysinith,, the following icsolu-
tion was duly passed on .Monday,
7 Ui May, 100C
'I hat the opinion of the electors of
the Municipality of ihc City of Ladysmith be taken accoidmg to the
proMSions of the Referendum by-law
upon the following aHeiiiau\c ^jucs-
tions. _.
Question No. 1. Shall Llie (Jn.y ac
iqmre, own and oi��rate Electi.'j I j^iu
mg and Power Plant?
Question    Xo.    2.     Alteriic.i.iv~Jy
Shall a  franchise be gi anted to  am
peisons   oi  Company   willing   io supply Electiic Light and Power'''
That the referendum be field on the
10th 'day  of May, 1900". >
That Mi John Stewart, Cl-siic to
(hc Municipal Council ho appointed
Returning  Oflicei.
That the polling place shall .Le the
City flail, Ladysmith, ind the lioiu*-
of  polling- be  from  0 ji.ni , to 7   p.m.
'lhat the Council do foiUiwith
after the holding of the leieiendum
gne effect lo the proposal .set 'orih
in the question which receives t ie
laigei niiialicr of assciiting votes ami
do -.nbmit jny ncce-'sai) IJy-inw foi
thc sanction oi the Electors mini
ed   to vole  on nionei   by-laws
J   STEWMtr.
C M C.
PCllLIC NOTICE is horeoy given
lo  thc electors ol the  Citv ol La.lv-,      .... ,  __,    .   ,.  .
.smith, pmsuant lo Uie ah.ue icso- applicat.on of that liniment ielieved
luticn and bv-Lu. that the piescid , the j.ain and made sleep and rest pos-
is desired at t'he Cay Hall, M s^i-\h^le! and ICSS tha" one bott'c has
n,,d,v,   the   K.th nav  of Mav,   100.,, rfccle{1 ,f  Pcrmwent cure       If trou-
fiom ') a.m.   to 7  p.m.   of *'���;', " < �� i,,Im1  wUh     sclatica   ol* i��ieun'atls'��.
why nol   trv a 25-cent bottle of   lhe
Light asid i-or.cy Vests I
continue to grow in fa- |
vor���The   White   and I
Light ones are the most i
Popular���We have them |
in ail the New Shades |
including New Green*, I
in Silk and woo!, Linen |
and Cotton,  and  Ail |
Sorts of Washable Com/ I
binations 4
SEE    WIND 0' W &
'Try'a ri:6* lnce'tigai'.'   '
'.��-*.>*���'��__������.* ��.-���.���.��'-���-.
���'.',- i':-|.?.->.-:-) t'.'-i.-'-i ly-'-V,/����:
j" Pioneer doib; vorhs
11st. Avoiiuo, LadysmMh, 3. C. i
\ll tain?, Prop. |
|-Carlionafod Beverages, |
i (iinsrer   Beer      |
��� Fruit Syrups |
! V.   O.   Box   24S i
���> .       \
��� ������������0..��.^..8..41..*..6..<..0..,..��..��..��.....��.^..#..^<���..
'**�����**����  -**.!** ���>*���"**
���    y   .- *t  w _   v
'employee *ot tli�� Conynany, wilfully
"trespasses by entering upon any of
"ihe stations, cars or buildings of
"the Company in ordei to occupy
"thc same foi his own purpose shall
"Jje liable to the like penally or un-
"piisonmenl, and shall he lial-lc to
"he pioceeded against aiid dealt with
"111 like manner, as mcntioiied in
"sub-sect ion two of this sectioa, in
"icgiiid to the offences therein, mentioned.
Penalty refei red to in sub-section,
2, is not e.\cc��ding $50, or in default
2 months  imprisonment.
Yours truly,
Ass't Supe-i n ten dent.
Walters &
��� ��� Coil!     Ci!   Ergi. es
A Foi l.uunchts. l-ishlng Boats,  Etc
��� Stationery  Engines
^ for all Power Purposes
_^ Simple, Ccnnumicnl, Reliable
+ Absolutely  no danger,
t So Electric Seaitos or Hai--
% ten es
^ to get out of older.
X Wrlw us tar PsrticuUrs	
Wc are showing a New Range of Lawn Waists, D. -.
signed after the New Models- so,largely worn
in   New   York           _���.	
it, .
J !
It |
r 'I
fi .
ft to $5,
Wc carry, a FolULinf^of;
'   -n Attractive-Styles and at Interestig Prices
Knight's Book Store
Foi more than, twenty years Mr. J._
B. Massey, of 3322 Clinton St., Minneapolis, Minn., was tortured by sciatica, the pain and suffering which
he endured during this time is beyond comprehension. Nothing gave
him any permanent relief until he used   Clnvnh<*rlain's  Pain  Balm.      One
the electois as aie entitled to .oli*
,il an election ioi Mayor and Mdei-
men, to cast thou %otc, for cither
one or thc othei oi the following
"Shall the City ac.-une, own ��� nd
operate Electric Lighting, and Power
."Alternatiwlj, "Shall a franohibc
he "grajnlcd to any peiso^oi company willing to sunph Kleitric r..i��hii
and Power?"
The vote will ihc-taken .by lwillot in.
accordance    with    the    "Referendum
B\law,"   of   which  every   person     is
ipquested   tq .ta'^e notice and   e,o\ern
himself nccordmi;ly,   and   will hc con
ducted in  the    same  manner  as    an
election     for   ���-Mayor   or   Aldermen.
F,leclois    aie    ie.iiicsi.cd     <o     i-lpce
a cross   (X)   signifying   absent  rj,.-o-
sit-e   Ihc  question   to  which   'A\:v  a'"
sent and    to  nial;c no  mark pi fr.y
kind opposite the other question
Given under my hand at Ladysinith. British Columbia, tlie 7th day
of  May,  100G.
City Clerk and��� Returninjc  Officer.,..
Pain Balm ami see for yourself how
ijlninl ly it relieves pain. For sale by
the Ladysmith Pharmacy.
Minard's Liniment  for sale
Our Spec^.~~ VV
I   ,. Ice   Cream
: Milk Shakes, SoftDriuiks
I Candies, Fruits, Tobacco ���
Cigars, etc. ' >
|        FIRST   AVENUE X
t      Parlors for  Pii.ate Parties      X
���-*-*������-���-���������"���> ��������-���-������-���-���-���-��� ��� 4 ���*>��-������ 444-
Up-to-date Suiting,
now r.n s,ilo'at'
,,":     TAISA IN (I & CO.
1.1C  Gov't"St., ,Victoria,  12   C.
LADIES'-and GENT'S .   ,
St) Iish Clothing
Work'mansliip  Guiaianteed.     Pox  617
Twelve   liwifl - of  cows   and Milk
route.    Apply P. O. Box 9>
/The Miissus���lSIaiy Ann, please explain to me, how it is that I saw
you Kissing a young man m tho
kiichen last night.
The Maid���Sine, I dunno how it
is, ni'a'am, onless \czrwcic >o\iu>
tliioiig.h lhe keyhole ���(,*le/"bnd leader.
At Aiv-la-f hapelle there is a newspaper museum loumled hy Oscar a on
Forckenhock, winch contains files nt
specimens of more than 17,000 dii-
lercnt  newspapeis.    * - B
% -     Rcchussen & Collis
{    7 Yates  St.   Victoria,. B. C
��� Machinery  Agents.
���������>*���    ���*>***>������!>���   ���������������
"-**��.���*>4ra>*rc*��-.-Kisri��a T>.y��*i*i*9x^mmmt**.*mmmMmmmjm*mmmmaamm
��� '      POR  ���
I -^ Tennis Gocds    ,^m
Lacrosse   Sticks
i;ase ball  Outfits
VklCRiA, B. C.
��*<����������� ���^���������������������������^�����������������
Oracle and M&-M Works
Granite and Mar hie Monu-^
ments, Tablets, etc., at the
lowest prices consistent
with first class stock an<l
wo!..manship ' Wiite for
J-1S Yates St. Victoria B.C
S1M( N LEISER & CO ��� Lt.
A. HOWB, of CHEMAINUS, has opesied the ME^T*^
^?i5E T lai*ly   run   by w Wufdi, on Rol ct ls stn.j |
A Trial Solicits
A.     HOWE, 'PHONE 20  ,
.Jtist'arrri'eil���the'best' line of���
J'UHHi WI I ��� sssis^^s3^m^e-:m^
���Dealeii  in���
Lime,   Plaster Paiis,    Hrick,
Fire-Brick and. Vancouvei: island cement. *
3 Pandora St. Victoria B C.
���, *t���r  * *v*"*-r*r">
���-v-r-^rv-v v
2S S *t$       0CTAINEB
\ Xctice iu "Iaventivc- Ago "
\ Jook "How to oblam I'aten ts"
\ Charges moderi'r. No fee till patent is secui
1       Letters strictly c-'ifi.icntia!.   Adarm-.
> ���-. G. SIGGERS, Patent Lpv-er, Wj-sI ;ngton, &
\   ^  t, e   \  t   *' *' '   i -* *- J.4.u^ #���*. J~ \~*. *���*--^
Imperial    Pit   Watch
AT $1.75'IS  A  WINNER
We have Better ones at $2.75
All Guaranteed
Call in and Get One
Shirt, made of Wtliite Duck, c an line   worn  as a  Negligee,  or
Collar can  be  folded tack and   -worn with a linen collar.
This  Shirt is  very convenient   and is  a winner for .warm weather.
PRICE    $1,00
Agents for Took* Bros.' Shirts and    Collars
JEHieiiir ��inci
.   Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician
^������������������������������������������������������������^ >��������������������������������������������������������������
We have a few of our-
������Left���Call in and Get One
Fres*h fleats Alwaj^s^n hand
Eggs f.on. Pure died Mock
Ail Birds Trap Ntsted
No inferior Layers Kept
Cai ied, Bull' and White RocKs
While Wyandottcs, While and Brown
$i Per Setting
$6 Per Hundred
Bo\; 2G8 Ladysmith, B.C.
Tennis Goods, Baseballs,
:   , Bats,  Gloves,  Etc.
I have just rocened-a .shipment^ol
Hills'  High Oracle   -���
at.---"he ���
������^ ���*-vimm \-������ Ifc*
���������������������������������������������������������������* ������������������������������������������������������������������
We should  like  tin  show  you     our
larf-c assortment of���-
\A/all Papers
Hanging  in  price   from
ioc.  Double Roll and  Up
They are the very latest in Wall
and Ceiling Decorations.' Just from
the factory. Over ten thousand rolls
to choose from. Wc also carry a
lnrge range of--���-
Varnishes, Varnish Stains,
Paints, Oils, Brushes and
Windiw Glass
In  Si-it    everything   to Beautify   the
���Home, at���
C- Fraser
Merchant Tailor
Made to  Order to Fit and to your \{l
Satisfaction. Call and see Stock
Each a Work of Art
Save Your
and in exchange lot twenty-ftve, tlie_B.C. Soap IVorks will give you,
your choice of fifty beautiful  suJljjecfcs.    Ask your: Grocer for cata-
logue of Premiums.
j, A Wi*ifc51 :*\lX:iir
Plumbing and Tinsmilhing
: "���';-.' ;-;, _ t)6NE 'XT; r
���    /���   ;::������By----���; , ������    ���
Leave orders  at  Peterson's  Furn-
ture Store,'or itelephoae No 5b.
.Having- taken,"over the hav-room ol
the above hotel, we.intend fo run a
first-class, up-to-ilate estaljlislunont;, ���'
and in .soliciting the patronage of
om- friends ;lnd lhe puhlic in general,
we guarantee rtood  treatment   to all.  j'
R. Scott A,
Mr. Scrappington���What is to bo
will be, my dear?
Mrs. Scrakpihgfcon-���Yes-, aiid it will
be /ill your fault, too.���Puck,
Ur.  Dier can  he Jound at any tln-e  v
. %
at his office on Gatacre st.  His   de*" ,.fj
tal   work   is g\ arantcc-d   to  he  firs^ �����
class and rates reasonable ���*��*   '.'


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