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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger May 26, 1906

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 LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY*  Daily  VOL.,2  'AY &  SATURDAY  MAY  -.Ui,   I'JfHi  PRICE FIV^fifrfA, 8> ������v/  DAVID JAMES  WILL SERVE  THREE MONTHS  Last even������ng David  James and an  MESSRS. WHITE  AND HARRIIP  ' HEtRDf  MAM FARMER  DIES AS BtSlilT  Of GUNDHS  A letter was  received-recently   by  Indian were arrested , by   Provincial 'M*s- White, of the Ladysmith Hotel,  , ���������,    ������      .. '      ,���������_    '.   ,.,:fu    from her husfcand,  who,  it  will    lie  constable Cass id v, and almost with- .     ������ ...  remeiivbeied,    in company with    Mr.  in,an, hour of their arrest, both had jTom flalrup>    ]efL La<iySmith    early  received tlieir sentence, the trial tak- this spring for tiie north.'Mr. While  ing place ijjeforc Justices of the .stated in his letter, that so far Uic\  Peace Mntheson and Stewart at the  Provincial fail.  Tho charge against Janus was  that of supplying,the Indian with  whiskey, and the charge being proved, he was sentenced to three  months  with hard labor,  with    tlie  option of paying a fine 61 (50. The  dollars not hieing forthcoming,' he  will spend tlie next three months in  jail at Victoria, Mr. Cassidy taking  him down' o������ "the morning train today.  The Indian, whose name is , Wan.  James, , was fined $25 for having  whiskey in his possession. a .full  bottle having been found on him by  Officer ��������� Cassidy.. Jfe will pay tJie  fine.  aie em'oying themselves very much,  and have been fairly prosperous. At  tlie time of "writing 'the travellers  were at Hope, Alaska, but expected  to leave the following day for  R-Nik, seventy-five miles further on.  While they had struck, ^'colorsV -on  nearly every creek prospected, Mi.  White stated that as yet they had  located nothing, butlthey had cvciy  hoi>es ol striHing something wori|li  staking licfoie travelling much fuiv  ther. ���������  Monkn, Man., May 3CL*Frc"9 Hall,  a farmer living in the ShiadeUml .lis  tricl, died late last night from  glanders and was hiricd this morning. "Some weeks ago his hois s  weie sick mid he- treated them for  distem-ic'r.     Later a wierijir-ry    <hv  RECENT WEDDING  SO EMIZED AT  CASSIDY'S SIDING  VIOLENT SCENES  ENACTED  ��������� o   SEATTLE WILL  ^E DESTROYED  On Tuesday evening last, alky 22,  ICdmuiid G. Vowels was joined in  the bonds of holy matrimony'lo Sarah A. Cflhsidy, daughter ol Mr. and  Mrs. Tims. Cassidy, of Cassidy's  Siding, Cedar District. The orientally   was   pcrfonmad  by   Rev.      Mr.  clarcd   it  trlanders  and, Ihe,    animals j Lol.oris.    The groom was    support-  were dcsl.ro v*d.     Two  weeks ago i lie  iiiifiortuiiiitc   ni'aii   developed  glanders,  md badly, mortified before death re-  liewd  him.     His   wife  too'; ill a few  d.\\s    ayo,      also a neighbor by (he  invine  of McCormick,   who has   b<cn  a .faithful attendant of thc Ueccns d,  and it  i.s ,fe-arod   that both will    <lo-  \elop   the    awful disease.    Np    p t-  son  has  been permitted to enter Ihe  house except  those absolutely  news-  sar.v   to  remo'.c   the corpse, and  the  building   will   be  burned. .  His  wife,  and^hree  boys survive tho de-eascd.  DROWNING ACCIDENT  AT ESOUINALT  j  YESTERDAY  ON PRINCESS  VICTORIA  Seattle., May 25..���������Charles L.fUro.v  a  fireman    on   the  Canadian   Patifi  TRIAL QF  FIREMEN IS  PGSPON ������0  Seattle,     May    20.���������The healing in  t-he cases    of the meniben, c."   Seat-  'hp case  is  a most distrttpiiij,!;  one.  Sergeant   of  Police   Killed.  Grodo, May 25.���������Sergeant of police Kohl was .shot and killed in  tho open streets s today and assis-  -tant Capt. Sha'kile was .wounded.  There is great feeling against ' the  Terrorists.  Condemned to "Death.  N Odessa, Aiay ���������-25.���������A Weiland, a  student of the Electric Technical  school - was lodu.y condemned by a  court martial to death by hanging. He was convict ed of being  a member of a band of Terrorists  and pillagers. " .   ,_ .���������������  .Fear nn Upheaval.  Perm, European Russia, May 23.  ���������Thd Governor of this province  has  requested   the   abrogation "of  tho' state of reinforced security in  the province of Perm Tranquility  generally lias been destroyed.  ���������    ��������� O��������� ���������������     ; ���������   ������������������  EAGLE TEAM \*' LADYSMITH.  Important Game in Intermediate Leal  gue  Race Takes Place  Tomorrow.  Nanaimo, May 25 ��������� '  Whichever team wins the baseball  game tomorrow on the Cricket Held  between; the F.aglo Team ,of this city  and the Ijadysmitli Intermediates,  will leatl in the 'race for the pennant, and for this reason.the game  can bo depended upon to be one of  the kind 'that makes spectators  stand up and root. On the former  meeting of these loams, the Na-j������nt-  naiino boys proved victorious, and  they will make an extra effort tomorrow   to duplicate the trick.  The Eagle line up i������< as lollows  Catcher���������Turner  Pitcher���������Boyce  1st Base���������Hough  2nd Base--Halo.  ard Base���������Cseott  Shortstop���������Lit tie  Le*t Field���������Thomni  Centre  Field���������Gerard.  Right Field���������BlunLoil.  Sparc man���������Westfield.  Mr.   Joseph   Hardy  wHl   referee the  game.  Seattle, .May 25.���������Seattle will be  destroyed by an eart'htptake during  the last week of SIn,\, avoiding to  the piophecy made by Mis. Margaret Albright, Of 'Uti IJainer Avenue. Citiorgclown. .Mrs. ��������� Albright  sn^s that she is a prophetess, and  as such she advises all resident's oi  the cit> lea\e beioriT May 27, and  take their possessions east of the  mountains.'-She declares that when  the earthquake-' comes theie will be  no safety west of Sioux Falls.  Mrs. Albright, - who is 33 . years  old, sunys that she has infoitned Bi&h^  op O'Dea. and other, prominent church  men of w;hat is to ��������� come/ but , complains ,tbat they refuse" to place any  credence in it���������m fact "that they rid-  lcule her. Mrs. Albright has never  practiced. prophecy for money because   she says it'is a   God-given   gift  and that, it is her duty���������in _ _mnU  *.���������.>.. ,*-- -���������AZ-'UV.-- -.rtiiVjui., price or  compensation the glimpses of the  future, which conie'. to her. ^    < ,  Her .special performance of the destruction of Seattle will be accomplished by "nn earthquake, while a  tidal \va\e will sweep' Bremerton.  Gray's Harbor and other cities oiu  of existence. She declares thati she  has seen a fine picture of Queen  Anne. JIi.l    being gutted   by dames  The   destruction    is   also   scheduled  to wipe out Minnesota, according   1o  the woman's story,  and portions   of  the south are al^o doomed   o   DARING BREAK  FOR LIBERTY  THK  ORAM)   .IUUY.  Tlie following is the Grand Jury  for the Kanaiino Assi/cs which will  be held here on Monday Ro lav  only one case will be beard.  John   Black,   Nnnajmo,    Hotolkeep-  er.  Mark Bate.  Nanaimo.  Account  Kingston,  May 23���������A  convict named   JMcGoe,      serving   a   life   sentence  tried  to  usiupo from  I he-peniten  tiary  liming   the  night.     He has ttl-  loady   spent   ninny years  in the pon  lLenti.ary.   ' lie      cut.  bis   way   thio  ugh a i'cn.-  wall  of ids cell   and     secured   out ranee'        inlo    a      conduct  through   which  pipes  passed     to      u  sewer.      [le   crawled  ncross  the main  building-, aiid  m'ar  to one  wall found  entrance   to "a chimney which was in  course   of construct ion.       Ffe     found  a   vopL-   i".;iiidling-  imd tried to    crawl  up a di.slnn.-e of over sixty feet, getting   lo   Ihe  iop  when his     strength  failed    and   he   fell    to  the     bottom,  breaking-    his_lei������    and   iniuriiie;  his  His attempt lo escape is ono . oi  the most during ever attempted here  It is the third he has ,made. lie is  a. very noted criminal and'" spent  several term*, in prison.. The Inst  sentence , being   given   for   diubolical  tit tack on a lite guard.     ���������    -   a .   ltrtill WATER AT BAWSOX  Dawson, May 24 .���������The highest wnt  er in the history of Dawson threatens t'hi^ place. J I. is now flooding  the engine rooms of the Northern  Coiiimercuil Company's plant and ii  within one loot of the floor of the  White Puss wharf. The highest  water usually comes about the middle of ���������> line.  The  great   fall   of snow   last     wilier is  the cause   of  the Hood,-     and  only  Ihe  vnlle.\   snow  ivnow  molting  The foot-hill and mountain snows n,ry  yet. to come,  . o   id by 'Mr. If. C. DnclieU.,' while  Miss L. Cassidy, sister of the "bride,  lifted as -hrid<s'.naid. V  The veikliiii!;, which was a' viry  I ictty aflair, was witnessed^by a  lar&e munl.cr of relatives and friends  of' the biuie and grouiii, and ; look  I lace early in the evening. The  bride was gowned in a fcfcautiful  white silk dress and carried a. handsome boiitiiiet of l',;'wers, while the  bride-srr.f-.uid was nl.soi charm iiiigly  parted in a white, dress of sofe material .  After the ceremony, supper was  seivod on thc spacious lawn at the  front of Air. Casskly's residence,  which was nicely decorated, with  t'hii'iese lanl*rns, flags, et������. The  supper was1 a \-������ry dainty one, and  was much enjoyed by the guests as-  scinnhled, not only for id; elalL'aate  iiiienii, 1>ut also for /the charming .surroundings. Supper over, the .guests  adjourned to the house, where dancing was indulged in until a late-  hour. The bridal party departed on  the morning   train  for  a  rwo wee' s'  The Colonist of t_'day, nays: As  a lcsiill of an accident while sai'-  inp in a small ! oat yesterday afternoon, Caj.taiu John Devereaux, sy-  peiintenVlonL of the l^ljiimalt dr\-  dock, lost his life. Captain Dcvpr-  caux   was well  on in vears, was ser^ ,. ������������������,     ..  in  the   dock vard  eiVa,-d   as  Msual  U*m Ui   ^ "" " ���������������������������'JuikI  Tuesday of  next wcek-  luitil noon ye'sterdav, 'and il     seems  c ,m'(i    tllirin-    Xi]a    ^'j' trip from |   Attom--y    P   D.    Hughes is    fully  that shortly after luncheon he   went  Victoria and created much evr-itPmicn \ confident Uiat    lie < will have nodilh-  steaiuer Princess Victoria, ncar.'yl <le's "'b "lepartincnti who areohaig-  hled to rieaUi last eveaiim? thvo. i<d w,lh t,,c Uiaft of Kovormnent pro  injuries sustained through the l>re..iWI*^y ^m  the  Arlinglon dock,   was  . . .,,,.,    ' nostfljonod.vesterday hv United States  ing of a  water    (wuige in  tlie boil r '      1 .   . ,'   ��������� xr. c     "      ... M    .  fe ������    "^ Commissioner Kicfer     until Mcn<ky,  f  the ship.     The accident oe-|���������,���������i  T���������m.,in��������� *t  ..������^-<   ..���������i-  oiit from that  poi;i>t at tlie   entraii ��������� uncnq   vhe  pasSMiftCJ-s  and crew,  to  Ihe    Braving     dock in A 20-foot      |Jrown  was OIl (Uity  in  thc    holier  boat  which had  bee,, .built  by some  u>0m ^  ^   .    t  ^^^ ' toali  oi   the emplovees 0f the dock      and  naval  yard for  use as a   duck punll   ,,,e  furnaCC W,K!U  th0    accj<knl    ������������-  '',|   '-  -'       '   ' curred.     He was  registering   thewii,  ter  in     the   gauge at   the   moment  Wihe.'i the     (,'liass   exploded, and    th.������  splinters  terribly  lacerated the diest  and MionJdcr.s of the fireman.  At the lime ho was  clad  on4v   in  I'hey liiud put a ccntre-iboard in th  boat and used it at times for saii  ing. ' Wollen, ������n able seaman of II  M.S. Shearwater, saw Capt. Devei  eaux in the boat not more than SO  feet from Brothois' Island, the islet  off the    point oil  which  1he    church  formerly stood n^ar tlie terminus of a  'JS*'t jumper and undershirt, '  ow-  1he     E^uimalt    car  line.     The de-  ing  to the intense heat, andthehro-  ceascd was then standing in thelkij   i        i i      , ���������    ...      .   .. ���������  _��������� . " "' ^"^ ^i?   \.cn irlass    easilv    tore    through the  Tins was a, lew,  ni.imi.tes before    2    , .'       ...       '. .       ...  p.m. A.'few ,,rin���������t,es later the sea- ', " ������" ,"^ ^ 8^ .n tte stan.  man lo'o'ned again and saw Ihe fcoat ?.he wn,,nd ^ protusely *i*l ������ic  drifting will.oul anvone in if, The f,reman was hnrned,y earwed .t������ ttie  ala.rni.wasftiven, and shortlv'aft-ei ^'^ ward for attendance. The  wards, at- 2:15 ,,.,���������., sailor; ���������from ������"*' ������" Wood ������tas only ���������art,a ly  ILM.S. Shearwater found the lodv stanc,,od and orders werc 61Ven f������r  of Contain Dertr-ai������r ���������drifting atthe "^ SpCOli t0 "*& U,iS "ly ' *"  entrance ���������r Ks^-imalt Harbor on ihe l"? "T ^ lif<!'  I:me beiwoen Dunze Head small ������,��������� Th,s waS <,<?ie" and as So0n aK iho  battery and the point, will, the IWht >,,,p <lock,e',��������� a hurricd e������11 was serlt  house (it ihp extreme of the iuTval '������r a SurBeon' who sewod U'P the  yard. Death had evidently occurred 7������^ ������! 4"ie , iniurc<1 nwn' Thc  hut a slior't time before     The watch   '"irstinS of ^ fflass StM&M    no  carried by  the deceased  had  stonped  ,������        f*���������  an:'   1h?. st^mci'lefL ������  msiI  among  the Sound cities:   Th���������y 1,^ 2io pm r re",ltl <,riP ������11 time.  .To.seph W.  liobeson.    Niiiinunn, Engineer.  Morgan .loues, T_.t\dysmith, Miner.  Lauchlan      VcTVmnld,     Ladysmith,  Minor.  Tolm   Xicholson,   Kiinniino,        null-  man.  Francis  IT.    Shepherd,       Xnnorino,-  Civil  Engineer.  Isaac   Snowdun.   N'anaimo.   Atuier  William    N    Shaw, Onhnola   Islund  Vt\ ifmcr  Benjamin     West wood,       Nanaimo.  Blacksniifh.  ��������� _ . o���������-���������:   A  WAT.K OVKR.  Tiflis. M".v 2">--T1,������ sr"-'Uvl  ocrnts have been completely  torious in this c-it? and  many districlx   of the CnucaMis.  dem-  ��������� v.ic-  ��������� .in  In   o-  DEATH IN  VICTORIA  Victdtda; May 23.���������A young girl  mymed McKay, residing with her  |)iirents at 222 Cook- street, was. fatally burned today. . Slie was u-  lone in the house at. the time.  and had apparently been'cleaning'  the stove when her clothing caught  fire and when discovered the latter  was completely burned off he?-  .was removed to the Jubilee  pital but expired late   tonight  CHARGED WITH  $100,000 FORGERY  the first degree elections -or members of the lower bouse of parliament in this city the Social l>em-  ocrnls elected 72 out of SI cloc-  I ors.  will, reside in Cedar   "District,    upon  ��������� I heir return.  A list of the preplanLs received   by  the' young couple,  follows:  Air. and Mrs. A. MeKinnom oak  butter dish; Mr. and Mrs. House,  Oak butter dish; Mr. E. Hoskin, silver sugar Bowl; Mr. and Mrs.i Geo.  Williams, silver caid receiver; Miss  Ethel Williams, centre piece; a^-. and  a^"3rrs^^'rr~iaiiSoii7"~sfi'^r'''^nrruit"  spoon; TVIr. and Mrs. It. W. Port,  fowl platters; Mr. and Mrs. Crutch-  ley, lace curtains, Mr. and Mis. J.  Hill, oak butter dish; Mr. and /Mrs.  Ferguson, Silver picklo dish; Miss  Fidiih Laird, tabic linen; Mr. and  Mrs. Ceo. Cassidy, clock; Master C.  laid \V. Cassidy, carving set; Mr. and  Miss McC'cniiell, (California), cht(JBrr,  Miss Porter, (California) hnnd-paisit-  ed banner, Mr. ami Mrs. McGregor,  gold coin;. Mr. and Mrs. MoGuire, table linen; Mr. J. Cairns, fruit, set;  I>7,rs. Cairns, table linen;" Mr. IV  Cairns, dressing case; Mr. and Mrs.  McBride, China fruit set; Mr. and  Mrs.AVntts China, cake, plate; Mas-  t<r Frank and Miss I\Iay McBiidc,  cut glass vase; Mr. and Mrs W.  1-Li.slam, cheque; Mr. and W. Raines,  parlor lamp,; Mrs. Don O. White,  silver pickle jar, Mr. Don C. White,  (Alaska), gob! coin; ,Mr. and Mrs.  AIcRac, hearth rug; Miss K. Cairns,  silver tcasno*>ns; Miss M. Cairns,  China fruit, set. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cassidy,' paicnts of the bride,  cheque; gloom io bride, fui|.,ticise  ���������and-.diamond pin; giyom tiv bridesmaid, garnet  pin.  CHURCH UNION  SETTLEMENT  CHANGES  HI S PLAN  Captain rc������'eiftaux, who was failing in health, because of his years,  had prtsuninJiJy lost his balance while  standing up in the craft, prohlaibl  io adjust "his sail. As far ass can  he learned, . there were no eye-witnesses  of his death. '  SHOT TO  DEATH  WASH  WOMAN���������  Moscow,   May   25.���������During a meeting   today   of  revolutionist        work.  Winnipeg, MttJ\ 2C.-Mrs.  Anna    K. ret   police    were discovered      among  Mol, while engaged as  washerwoman the  attendants.     A   court      martial  at  the- home of   Capt.   R.  1). Maedon was  immediately      organized     before  aid,   29 Roslyu  road, wan  so se.v,ere- which  the men  were  tried  and    con-  ly   biirned   on May  12,   that she  died de.nmed  to  death.     As  soon as  sen-  trom  the effects  yesterday.     At  the 'tence   had been   passed upon     them  time of   the  accident   she was   heat- ^oy  w-ere  tied   to   trees   and     shot  ing  a mixtuie of terpentine and wax 1o ^.^th.  on   ihe >j?s stove preparatory t-o ]io-  o���������   lishing the floor.     The  mixture    ex- p^^oER STRIKE  IS  pIod:.tl,  the  Ilamfs catching the dress  of the deceased, and before the fire  could be extinguished slu>. was hor-  u'bly burned all over the .body. The  family came to Ihe rescue, and, as  a doctor was passing at the time  he was called'in to attend to the  injuries. He ordered the patient  lo l:o snil, to thc general hospital  where it was seen that there was  no hope for* her recovery. The burning  of the surface of  the. (body   rc-  >TADE AT FATRBANKS  A St-attlc despatch says: dhn. II  Hughes, a well-known mining man 01  Fai^VJ1^! Alaska, reccivcfcl word  yesterday that rich pay had keen  struck on the property in which he  is interested. .Mr. Hughes was just  preparing to start for San Francis,  co and then East when he received  the message from the North. He had  ibecn planning; to operate/1 this proper-  tnlty in securing the apuuitial and  exonerati.m of .iJio^ccuscd ��������� firemen,  In talking- t-o a reporter yejiterdaj,  l.c said:  ''1 have not had time yet to go  over the charges fully, but from the  statements made to me by my  clients, 1 am thoroughly connincod  that the government will be unable  to find a ease against them. Of  course government property has been  found in their possession, but they  never took it with any felonious 111-'  tent. 'On the contrary 'all the: stuff  Uiey have or did Ivave was given  to them by people on the dock who  had authority to do so, and r think  1 can prove this. AVe will have several witnesses rto substantiate this  assertion from their, own personal  Knowledge." ,   n   This week's Cumberland News contains* the interesting item that Mv-  Chns. Grant of Cumberland and lUis.i  Beatrice Coundley of Maiminio were  united in marriage' on Monday last  in Cumberland by the Ttev. Christmas. Miss. Bessie Ray a cousin  of the groom was bridesmaid and  Mr. James Grant, the groom's brother   acted as groomsman.   o.   Los Angeles, May 25���������The Nelion-  Hcrerra> fight has been abandoned he  cause of a . disagreement as to  weighing in: .  AN OCEAN  ty on a large scale this season, and  suited in internal trouble, which' ij'as or(|(red machinery to be shipped  caused death. "'om here early in  June.  The deceased lived at 7ol   Beverley I -A���������   street, and leaves a husband ahd live  children. T\ra. of the childreo. wtro  received into the Children's home  .t.hror������?h. the intercession of Mrs.  Macrloiuild.  -:o:-  Vienna, May 2n.-The Emperor  Francis Joseph's unexpected return  to Vienna, tonight has created a  sensation. The -Emperor, according  to the original plans, should Have  ,.,-���������. indict-1 gone from Budapest, to Brueck to-  11,-sl "morrow,    for  two  da.v's  ins|M.-ct.on of  the  She  Itos-  CRUSnED TO  DEATH.  Toronto, May 25.���������W.' Corlett, a  Grand Trunk brakeinan w^as c.vushed  to death nt Black water Junction  yesterday while uncoupling an  gine  from    the   train  N'ew   Vork,  May  ,i,o.its  charging  forgery   in (n t|ie presC>nec.     ot  ���������**������������   ���������   ���������Ted  fWS uo S..   Marsha.      Count   Von   MoUke.  OeorgeE.   W������to ;, ',^���������||   (,lcf^���������  oi  the   German     Army.  d up   The sudden change   in the.   Emperors  ()i    -M'uis.   plana is officially   nscribwl to the np-  i.._.     of..several  eases   of       i.'0"-  liut   it  ham    for  Uie>urposc       """  Miss.   Clay Lawi^nce  ,j���������ry.     The indictments arc-.'base  on   an    alleged-    attempt  ,,awre���������ce   to impersonate    Mrs    ������,���������������   l~e  Vnumnsii  of tranwi-rnig   inBH is m    ������������������������������������  Hie   i.s  rumored   Dial  i  in   securing'  lack   of  bail   on    charges j.peror  curie  came    to  perty   was  said  Wen-ham's    use      ���������>.   -.- Q.  He has  been   in   jail  bore  for  several   main  weeks    for  preferred    by   the   Canadian  Railway   Company   of  which he  was  fo'-merly   tho    Chicago  passenger  gent.  tbe real    reason is  The      Emperor's  health   is  reported    to  be     excellent,  m Vow York   $100,000 worth  of  latt^s  Chicago, property.   ^B_Pro->olU.ca.   troubles.  iOb,?i!a('Ud0dm;H;'Count      Von   -Moltko    will   now     re-  here    as  the  guest of -the T-.m-  Francis Joseph   instead   of go-  Pacificjiig    to   BruecU.   o   Desmoi'iios,     l'a.,   May   25.���������������������������Church  union sentiment   reached  its   hie/hest  point -in   the    Presbyterian       j  assembly   here   today,   when   a    del  g-ation     of  seventeen   commissioners  from    I liejCiiiiiberland assembly were  'received     in   tins   assembly   of        the.  Northern cliurcli  now assembled here.  When   they  entered   the  great      ball  con la in ing-    7;">   assemblymen    and   a-  boul-   2,000 spi.'elnl ors.  the  whole as  sembly   came    to its  feet and    waved  .handkerchiefs   for  fully   live-    minutes  after,the visitors' had  been    escorted'  to  the stage.      I fere  they wore intro-  FEAR AN  INVASION  'MnJuila.���������The    Manila    Times     ic-  marks that  (ho visit of  three     Jap.  tnuM.al 'anese cruisers   to   that  port,  in  con-  jjimctiion    with    the various  rumors  I that havie     liecn    lately going     the  'rounds regarding the possible   trans-  I fer   of the Philippine  islands  to  J.cv-  pan, apr.iOAi'S to be mightily exercising  the   mfolds  r������f  the natiives    both  in Manila-and the provinces.  To Amr  ericaiis   in   "MmiiLi   the  q.urslion    has  'been   hi'oachod almost  breathlessly.  "When aro the Japanese coming tn  Uil.e  tdio   islands?"  Many  of  the interrogators s>eem to  Hiink  the invasion  is  nigh  at. hand.  "O'le of the best shows ever seen  in Ladysinit<h,M seems to be the general opinion of tiie Morris company  as expressed, by thos,e who attended  the performance g-iven by 'the aibo^ie  conipaniy in the Opera House) /Iras' ev*  cuing. Tlie acting was excellent,  the play good, the scenery sttitable,  Tonight the company presents the  farce-comedy in three acts, entitled,  "Turned Up." It is a most, laughable piece, and the audience will he  kept.-' i'1 good humor throughout,.  This will be the last aptpearance of  the company in Ladysmith for sonic  time, as they g>> from, here to Vancouver, and those, wishing to pass  an enjoyable evening are advised to  attend   to-night.  Victoria, Mi������y 2r>.-~Steaiiier Teucer  which reached port yesterday morning r{n .her 'maiden trip alter a very  fast passage from Yokohama, brought news of-a most tragic fate " oi  the blockade runner Soornbaja ta  tbe Arctic ice-tields off tho coast  of -north Rlh-eria. The steamer,  which was mi.SMng. since last October, when she essayed to run the  blockade to Vladivostok with .i  cargo of arms and ammunition lor  the defence ol that port then t Uveal-  enen by Uie Japanese squadron au I  a land fo'-ce which was moving "a-  long the ^Turacn river from Xorih  Korea,    was    found    by milivoh,  encased in ice   and  with  corpses     oi  part of her  crew    frozen  on hoard.  A cablegram from Xicolai.'Usk  has already told the news in the  nsual brief concise from the Lloyds,  steamer Soerbaya, reported missing,  found frozen in ice by natives.' Corpses crew frozen on board. Yesterday, officers of ,the steamer Touccr  told  the supplemented  story   x-   EARTHQUAKE IN UTAH.  Ogdeon, TJt.. May 24.��������� n earthquake shock was felt nt two o'clock  this afternoon at West Weber, four  miles west of Ogden Uuildnn^  wove shaken and much eKciieinoni  prevailed,   but there was no dnmaee.  -������-  BARTENDER'S  ORATION  Mr.' 1, Shepherd; surveyo^ oi Na-1 Lonisvill. ^^r^i'  naimo, arrived in Ladysmith this bar e.nde at On ^ ^ ., WlM.  morning,    ,a,W.     will   ).)*ata      lovd������   ducted    he  f���������, nd   o^ .1 ^  of  the SptrtB  ' RttHinds for  the pur-   lick, late- business a��������� _     __ t ir|(ii|  duced    to    Moderator   Hunter       Cor-jan(fj   |j)a(,   w;i|Wl   n  x\of>s   come   it will  bet.  When   the Moderators nf t be cliureh7  e.s,     which     wore two  yesterday nod  n-  f-lnzing Abolished.  Kinr-ston.   May.   25,-Flngging   at  H���������,   n?ov,al Military college has been  was "cut out   by order of tlm Miliraty de-  Today's   train from Victoria is reported   that in  delayed      an     hour    ovvnhng  to   ^l^^"1' ^ '^   developments,  this country   from England about   a   br6aking  down  of  the  ������^   ������'   J^^ ������f nnd ancicnt tanm   have been  year ago and was married at   Und-   down ireigJit, which blocked the tta -k j1-^  ,ay last month. for some tune.  be of th������ -Genghis Khan order, and  the islands will,be swept, with lire  and sword. In Ihe provinces, the  one today chispod hands the demon- | j.xoviailimg anxiety has been drania-  .stration reached zenith. The vis- tjeally heightened ny the actions of  iters were then presented lo th������ the Japanese vendors who travel  Assembly and each delivered- n brief mJljioiit soiling Mms-o''littie round rolls  address of swcpl;      lo^stal  toad  which     the   o '���������  Spaniards  and   Filipinos  vsaally  cat,  STOESSEL'S   DEATH   SENTENCE , with ice  cream.     These -peddlers car-  '" *'' ry   about   with   thorn   a  little     .hoe'le  anl jcncil ivnd very industriously  make charts of the towns they visit. This, to the native, mysterious  procedure, which is something new  in the philisonhy of'jbusiness dealing  tbe surrender is the crowning evidence of thc Japanese invasion.  Si),  Pose of 'ascertaining for the. committee how much work, if any, is required before the same are ready to  turn o-vr-r lo litem, and when'.the con  tract -money can be paid. The work  will \\o don-j on .-Monday next.  London. Mny'2-L���������A speeinl to thq  Daily Telegrm.h from St. .l>'derslmvg  says "A painful iuipvessioii has  been created here hy the rumor that  the court-martial has sentenced Gen.  Stoessel   to   death   for  of Port Arthur.  TO PRINT TEXT BOOKS.  Kobe..���������A circumstance worthy of  attention as a straw showing tiie  way the, wind, is .blowing in China,  ii; mentioned in a Shanghai telegram to the Maiuichi, which states  that, having regard to the fact that  most ol the textbooks used for vvst  iern teaching in Chinese schools aire,  either complied    by  foreign mission  tenders'   union,  and   who  was buncu  at Cave Hill   cemetery.      Dusouch.t  said in part:. .  vStonding   here     today   we.  shou  all  realise how    short life  tS    ���������  we should     so   sha^.oui: l.vcs t  when -the time comes  we   can      ������  the Great -Creator without, feat.  Bro  ther Whitticlc was,a>le    to do   ��������������� ������������������-  His region was the Golden     K^-  standing.'.   firm     on what was right'  timd rtiscounixsiaacinig that was wron.c.  Ewrv  man can    elevate Ins prohs-  sion," be it ever *������������������> humble, and this  Brother \V4iittick did."  In the cloj;.ing-prayer,  Mr. Kusoip  diet  said:     "As   we go   forth   from  mule with tlie  ari������ or  imported  from " Japan, se j this sacred- place, to m:ta  cr^rlcncnt Chinose have   formed | selfish  and sympathetic  world,   g  a pulblishinR company  at "Teking wth  a capital of $1,000,000, for.the purpose -of publishing all necessary textbooks.���������Kobe Herald.  with us, we pray-thee;  protect     us  tad. our  work from ..evil l.ands,   and  finally,   at  life's  close,  te:>J:  the circle of thy groat Jove. ArneM,  fcS: P j*Jilr      _��������� -r-   ���������- ,  aaa������'������Ttiaicaraa������i������  THE DAILY LEDGER  fuhliBued   every day except Siaday.  ,8 V        THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT J.ADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION ?RICE  %ivance.     Advertising rates on s.p.  plication.  SATURDAY  MAY  2b, lfhili  FUTURE QUEEN  OF SPAIN  Ol  The  uc-  At  train   reach-  Madrid, Maj 2.").���������The arri\al  the future Queen oi Spam at  l'arde i'alacc tonight \wi"- the  casion ol a magiuiicent ovation.  ii:yO o'clock tho royal  ed the outskirts oi the palacu  park. Here a special station hud  been prepared consisting <>i a nmio>>-|  tic lloral arch beneath which was  Mispeinlod a huge crown of rows.  and >ellow jouquiK. On either side  ol Ihe null was ,i mast hea'-iug  iiritish and Spain-.li banner ' 1^--  .vond this was a fir>-h vvbuh bud  been ejected b.v the P(Oplo "'' On-  neighboring \ i lingo oi Majalionda  Jt was dusk as lung Alfonso and  I'riucess Kna entered the lloral station. Awaiting them there was the  gueea mother, ,thu infanta Isabella  Klutm and Maria Theresa, Prince  Ferdinand, iho members of the government and uilicials of Madrid.  The Queen mother embraced her son  and his prospective bride, the party  then passed between linos of the  halberdieis bearing pikes and entering carnages took up the rouic  ���������<���������> the. palaco.  J'rncess   Rna      \rilb  her      mother,  -Viince&s   Henry  ot'   I tat ten burg  A Great  Heat  Radiator  " Sunshine " furnae'es  have a largo, heavy sheet-  steel dome and radiator,  with a wide spaco between them for the circulation of air.  This gives an immense radiating surface, and means  thai- every atom of heat from the fire is -used for heating  purposes, and forced through hot-air pipes into the house.  If you need a furnace, you should examine the " Sunshine "-���������it will save you untold expense, worry and-work.  Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere���������booklet free-  shine  rnace  toronto, montuhvl, winnipeg, vancouvbh,  St. 3oiin, Hamilton.  ���������? ft- -* ���������������>��������� ���������>> *  ��������� *i t- * -  DAILY     LEDGES  X LA  4  t + + <f +-+-4 4 -V-r 4 ���������*���������* + T + -><r*-r4+ * -������ * *  ������^^^-^^S^mmim  i t  RANSFERSTABLE  PIANOS,  ORGANS    ANDHOl.SKHOLI)     .- V ll> "! I 'K'  ED PROMPTLY  A    M>   SM'M'ILN           MOV  Stables in the lear ol the Lat'ysmitli  Abbots       lord  hotel.  T  4  \  X  4  i 4 *���������+ ���������+ 4 4 4 4 + 4-f ��������� + ������-}���������*���������* 444 **+ *' * * * * + * * '  Al      *'  A.    J   WA5KETT,    PROP  f ^ "*  * *  *   (   ~   *   *    r  SHAVES a B4THS  I lla\ ing tali** "Ver Ihe barber shop  Known as tin Ladysmith Shaving  Parlors, High St., I intend, by keep  ing competent workmen, "-o conduct,  a first-class establishment, and issued fully solid'- your patronage.  THOMAS LEWIS  The Ladysmith Hardware Co,, Sole  cess   Ena  by   ih"   hand.    The  stood   with   bared  heads    too  l.y   impressed    to   Uieer,    but  vith|vvave  of emotion  bwcpL  . Ihe��������� Queea   mother   onlerud   the   first  <- coaches      while    the      TCiii^' 'Alfonso  v    mounting   his   horse   galloped   alnng-  ', aide accompanied  by      Princes     Ver-  ilinand  and   Carlos.      Xext   en mo   Ihe  ���������-j-I������yal horse      yiinrds   dressed   in   gala  uniforms       Ladles   of   the       Madrid  '   iiubility   or cup ed   boxes   atony    "the  "route   from   which    ibov   strewed   I lie  ," path  of  the   royal   pnrty   wiih    flovv-  Vrs  " 'As   the   pnrty   parsed,   Prmeesh  Kna acknowledged  tbo  net   with       a  wave of her handkerchief..  Enormous crowds of" people hod  "assembled outside the pnlnc-e gates,  the government giving llu- treest  rein to popular unositi The passage of the royal paiti was gieel-  ed   with1    tumultous   i lee-rin^       ������ind  Jive Spain      Court  digiuitarics    presenting    a-.striking   appealnncc,      oe-  ,   cftppied    the   slops    of   the      palace  t After  'entering    tho   'palace       Tviiig  ��������� - 'Alfonso diicctcd that the publu be  admitted to the giounds The public surged up the avenues toinnng a  dense 'mass iminediaielv in fi ont  of the portico The Kmt> nppe.i'ed  in  tho npper  hah onv hokUng     Pnn-  (.���������I'livvd  great-  i di-ep  ovei ihe  'croud. ' Princess I'Jia with ��������� u. iad-  nuvi sniilo gave a characteristic  English    v\.ive(oi  thu hand. King  Alionso and the L'lincc-ss appeared  on tho balcony thu-o times and saluted thu crowd. rlhis deiuoiistra-  tive beginning' has pi educed aniaiU  ed impression oil tin- jicoplo, and all  JMadrid   resounilh.   wiih   pauses ot  the Pr mess. Tin- crowd, surged  outside the pal.no giomuls ' for  hours .ncclaiiiiitig for Ihe bride. 1 .at-  o.r King Alionso returjicd to ihe  Koyal I'al.u-e. Princss 10na fiuairi-  mg with, her mother m ihe Parde  palace    until   the  woddins>  Uie- same   rapidity,   thai   of   the middle  finger  growing the- fastest,  while  Unit    of the    (luunii   grows  slowest,.  In   5 1  cases  o"l   ot   100. the   lrtt le^  is   shoiter  Hum the right.  -o-  HORSEMEN, READ   THIS  J have used MINARD'S LINIMENT  in  my  stables  for ovei a  yeai,   and  consider  it the Very  best  for hoi so  'flesh I can get, and   would  slionglv  recommend it to all horsemen  GF.O   HOUGH  I i-eiy    Stables, Quebec,  <j5   to  103,  Ann Street.  PEl'LLlUi    V.\D   PKR'I1\'K\T  Sheep   liom   11 el and   aie  on  exhibition   in     England      Thev  stand      11  In the tiopical noibhcin teuiLoiv  of South Auslialia, (iavelleis need  not canv a compass The dislnct  aboiimls with the n s-ls of the iiiaa;-  nelif, oi nieiiduin, .ml I'ho loii^ei  ,t\is ol   thc������c point   dt'e linith      i.jk!  KOllth  SCIATICA CURED AFTER  20 YEARS SUVPBUINC!  Foi more than twenty years Mr. J.  Ii. Massey, of 3322 Clinton St., Minneapolis, Minn., was tortured hy sciatica, the pain and suffering .which  he endured during this time is beyond comprehension. Nothing g,a\'e  him any permanent relief until he used Clumber Iain's I'ain Balm. One  application of that liniment relieved  Ihe pain and made sleep and rest possible, and less than one bottle has  fliected a peima,nt-nt cure. If troubled with sd.itica or lheumatism,  why not tiy a 25-ccnt bottle, of Ihe  Pain Halm and see for yourself how  ,.i...,iiw ii ii.iuM.os nain.     For sale by  The fust scci ion of the lailwav  acioss the Andes, 31 nults ^oiijl?, has.  been opened It begins a I v." i0lo\a-  tion of 2f)dl and nids al 7321 leet  '1 Le siuiiinit stain n -v ill le 10,if,.)  feet albovc sea level Uetoie that is  icached a iiimilci of Inii.ic s will  have lo be opened, the longest will  Le   3101  \ards   lonjr  I'uinsvh.inia snppli/d moie h^ni-  1op\ ha ill foi taiiiuiin; mn poses than  an\ olhei sbate, and it also led in  the piodtiction ot \u,od alcohol and  acetate of lime It pioduecd 7,-  3'10,'K) bushels of chinoal In t was  a little he-low. .-Michigan in this ..particular   which "Ms credited-' with ' 8',-  ift.^,3-S7   bushcils. -..--:Tiie'"'production . of I the ��������� tender,   which   will    he. forfeited  hemlock hark    in   'Pennsylvania"   for. |if the    person sending-  Ihe   accepted  TENDERS.  TENDERS addressed to the undcr-  siginjil at Ottawa and marked on the  envelope " render.-for the construction  of a H}diogiaphic Steel Twin Stea-  niei," will be received up to tttie  22ud D-VY OF JIAY, NEXT, for  the consti notion- of a Steel Twin  Sciew Ste-ampi for tho Ifydrographic  j.SeiMce in   Ikitish  Columbia  waters.  Specifications, plans and forms of  lender can be seen at the o-Ilico of  the Agent of the Department of Marine and Fi&heius at 'Victoria, II. C,  at the Custom House at Vancoiiycf,  H,C , .md   at the department here..  Each tcndci must be"'.accompariiod  by .an-.accepted, bank -'choiiitc et;ual to  .10 per cent, of the whole   amount of  'Best  accommodation   Tor  transient  \nd  permanent boarders and lodgers  IOTEL  DOMINION  - HliU:   U 2.")   *'���������! dilJiO���������  rr.,, i,-i  j!i r<fraiib'Sit   li������i'd n������'i������ aid  railway'h<r������'-0"- Kh-oSr'e'���������������. fi jvv,-v H e  uinmiiei lo-iil par? oi -the city. Ba������  t.t,(il>.a^b-'.nr,"-xcelled.     f  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER  B, C  THE JONES HOTEL  GRAND       HOTEL1  This new Hotel has been comtort-  a'dy furnished and the bar Is up-to-  dvte Hates $1.60 a day and ip-  w\rds.  WM.  BEVERIDGE, Prop.  ������..pl(Lftt4������i .������-: ���������'���������: :-: -���������*'��������� Lwlj������H>Uk  jii:am lir.ATr.u  TUUNlSH   ROOMS  ���������WIllTK    COOK���������  and  ���������W1I1TK   JiAllOU���������  Eiiil������loye������l Only  Fsquimalt   & Nanaimo Haiiway  V iCTOfelA    DAY   CELEBRATION  At  VICTORIA. B. C  May   i2 4,    3 S,    26  Automobile Races, Horse Races, Aquatic and Kield Sports of all  ,1 iritis. Spectacular'water Carnival at the Gorge. Grand Pyrotechnic  di.ipl iys.  Fare from..Ladysmith to Victoria and   Return $1.5o  , (hildren  under 12  years  of age 75   cents.  Tickets good from Thursday^ May 24th, to Sunday, May 27th inclusive. A SPECIAL TRAIN will leave Victoria for Wellington eitul aU  intermediate stations.at 10:00 p.m.,   on Thursday, May  2Jlh.-  G, lv. Courtney,  District Pcssengcr Agent  58 Cioveriunent St., Victoria, H.C. . ���������    . '  if  (Half Blocli from Depot.)  OATACIUO   STREET-     Ladysmith.  BAK SUri'I.IHD Wl'ill B^T  WINKS, UQUORS. CIGARS  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  A. J. McMURTRlE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  PORTL  Hoard at reason ah le  Rates  I rfDYSASHH,   .C  Good tables and good>  Rooms  .RND  DAVIT) IIVND3,. Prop.  The bar is extra  well'  Stocked  This   Hotel  lias  been  completely        renovated.  Board'ami lodging $1.00 per day.  HOTEL    PR BTO RIH  JOHNTKA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied  with the Best    Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-��������� Ladyemith B.C.|  Litmors and Cigars. - \  T   I t^.  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B; C.  A   Great   Boot  for Prospectors  They arc   all    leather,  made  to stand strenuous  age in  mine or foiest.  L117. Men's Tan Chip  pevvan Veal Kip Ptos-  pectors' Boots  inch blucber cut, with  h full bellows tongue to  tip; have idouhie silver eye-  J������ts and stud lionl'S; double  sole and slip; standard screw  fastened; slugged around the  forepart and heel. A com,  fortable as well a< a durable  boot.  Ask for them at your Dealers  J. LtCKIE Co. Ltd  V/MflVfF,B  C,  905 was :V7i).7-73-':c'or-ds". ���������  A person's-., eyc-i are o-'it -of, line in  two cases ou.i of .five and, on-c eve  is slrongier, than the -other in seven  perlions out. of ten. The right is  also, .as a rule, higher-than the left.,  Only one person ' in -15 lias" perfect  eyes.. The -.largest'perucvuaise of .defects prevailing among fair haired  people. The suimlltt<t i vibr'a'U-in of.  sound can he idisliiujivushwl l'lettcr  with one car than with hoi.Ii. The  nails iof two  lingers never ^ro-w wj Mi'i  tender-declines,, to cntou into aeon  tract with the department. Cheques  acconipanyiiiL;- tenders Aviiicn arc not  accepted will be returned immediately after a dceisioh has been arrived  at.  Newspaiiers copying this advertisement without authority "from -the department .will not, he  paid.  "   V.  ftOURDEXU,  Deputy Minislcr of Marine and  Fisheries.  Department  of Marine and Fisheries  Ottawa.  2S(h Jl'arch.   .lOOfi.  -  STOVES! STOVES!  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest 5tyies and Newest Patterns--VVe do  A? J kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickel Plating in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53 p. 0. Box 42.  Tiehct ana ' rteigflV Olfice;  75 '  Government Su'cet.  A  Transcdntlnental  0  L     Tfain^iyaliy     L  The New .irain  O RIENf AL U MIT ED  Kase, ElcrAance," Excellence.   ^  Kvery. mile a  picture,   and  no smoke"to spoil the   view.  Through Compartment,   Observation and 'Pullman Sleepers;    also    Through   Tourist  Cars to Chicago.  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty"  '''Union-   Terminals  with   all  ���������- Steamer.lines. '  .   Berth reservations- by - wii'd-J  Great Northern S.S.  Co.  - POIt- JAPAN    AND CHINA.-j  . Steamships Minnesota and Da-.i  kota sail from Seattle for .la-^  pan.  and China. ports .at,   fre-xl  ,<iuenr dates.   ,rExact    sailingsjj  dates can. he secuidl upon ap-,j  plication ta, any; Gr*at North-^  ern representative.  v  r S.  6. yERKES,    ' M  A.O.P.A,,'Seattle, Wash ~  E..R. STEPHEN,' " '"^  I  Q>     3)-������i    jtLm&'j   <ij    &\    Ja.  i^_tn*i*.  -*���������-���������������*���������-������--������.-���������������-^-e-xt-*.-w ���������%.-*���������-ft.-������.-������.-%.-������.^������.-%.-������������-������.  ���������*^%.������.-*.-������-%.-������--������.-m-%%--^-%.-������������������������%.-������. ���������*.-*���������%.-%-���������*���������  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  ��������� 4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  <  WM.  MUiVSIIO,  President    J. XV.  COHURM,  Telephane '1-0.  Managing Director.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd.  .MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADySMJTH-*    x "������  ������HingfeiS a ������poei^iltv  " MANUFACTURERS OF��������� -..  ltonglijantl Drcsstul Fir ami CJctlar-Luritbers  LATHS,   SHINGLES,   MOULD1NG-S, .'.... ETC.,     of   ti.e REST  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND    DRIED     FLOORINGS      AND  FINISHING   LUMBER IN  STOCK. %       I,  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  0  Hi. J. HENRY'S  HOUSES    , ;  M10  Veatttihster Road.  yArNCOUVER.  If.C  Headquarters, for���������  PACIFIC GROWN O.rJen, Held01  and flower 5EJBD5  tot'distribution. ;'  Large   stock   of Home \  GrdW'" FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL     THEES  now matured for Spring.  No expense, loss or  de- l  lay of fumigation or inspection  Let me price your list  before placing your   order. Greennouse Plants, .  Floral Pa/okages. Fertilizers  etc.'  3010 Weatmiuster Road.  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  Low  Trans-  .Cool  Trains  Fxeursfon;  Hates  Round Trip.  on ill  Trains  On" Sale May 2-t, ,25, 2G.  .July  10 to  1:V  Denver  August 7, 8, 0  Milwaukee'  Sept.  S, 9,  10.  Toronto  fi  To   Hew Haven, Con  To  Tu  To  .111110" 4, 0.-7, 2?   25.  July  2, 3,  Aug.  7,  8, 9.  TO ALL  V DINTS  For jiaitieulais call on     or  write E. E. Blackwood, Geh-.'  eial  Agent,. Victoria, B.C.  A.    D.     Charlton,   A.G.P.A., '  N.P.,  Portland, Oie.  $55,81;:  \  Are You  Qoing East  Then ba aure yo������r tiokets read   via  the      '  NORTH WESTERS  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Paciflt  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, TP  FINEST TRAINS,  THE  LOWEST  RATES, TIIE FASTEST TIME."  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,. CHI.  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIl \  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask y������  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  r General   A ������*a  (10 2n4 Ave.. SeattU.  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  l>ea ef8 hi . ...  iianos and  .-%.-*.���������%.������������������������%������������������%.���������������-���������'������.^.-^-V.-*-*."*.-^���������������-������.-%.-������.-������  *���������-���������'%.���������*-%.-���������.���������������.���������%.-Vtt^Jk.-*.-*.-%.*������������������%���������������-���������.%V������\  ^  l-i-ivi-i-i-i-t-t-j'i-i^h^i-^j-i-i  M.^.l.t..j,.I..j-M-H������l������I"l������'J"M"l":������l������h**'t*'������������M"l'5  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.      *  f PURCHASERS  AND SA1ELTERS-OF COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting- Works at  LADYSMITH,   B.C.  HE A I") OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island,  "CLERMONT LIVINGSTON/  \, G. General Manager.  *  n  on  J. E. Smith  This^ Week  ���������gans ..  Ladysmith, B.C  i  i  *'M"H"?"I-I":r"I"HM'^"I'l-!--I-l-r-{--7"������-f"l l-I.^"I.^.J")������I'^.l^..I"{..H.^^.X..I������I.^.4..I..n..{.  Paper of all Styles at a  Big '-Reduction." In order  to Clear  J.X,1 Smith's  Resturant and lodging Rooms  -HAS   BEEN   REMOVED TO-  -First    Avenue=  Ljnder^JYlnimftment  Hotel Wilspit  TNanaimo, B. C.  Jas. R. MfCKimiel  Proprietor.  Commercial Mens'  head aim-tors.  Modern and     Strictly First Claas.  Fire Prool     Buildimj.  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done   '"  --:-v-"--v-"---y=   Orders Promptly  Executed  S ROEDDING   -----   LADYSMITH r^mL-^r    **���*&     <-"
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SIMPSON [.f��ATEMTS
Solleltar,  Eta
Money  to   Loan
st. Avow   -    -   -    LAOYSVI H
LADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.'-
Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd
fellows' Hall every 2nd and 4 th
Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.
MRS. KATE TATE,
 , M. of R. <fc C.
r- -r���r f ~r   -r
iir.ZMir'S
Tfl'.at: klthKS
ArMDCOPYR.OHfi
0blAli4_D   .
J ADVICE AS TO FATCNTABIlITY %* 8%'Jr1'%?
t Notice in "Inventn-Age"      ��3 tjKjgSg--'
JBook "How to obtain Patents" g    \'PSSZiXZ
i Charges moderate. No fee till patc-nt is secure i
r       Letters strictly confidential.   Address,
t E. G. S1GGERS, Patent Lawyer, Washir.nton, D. (
-   >_*_-���.    ��� 4
is_��s_iS5a\
mazsmmr-smjaiMmjB.   . CTRIK^R IS
Or.  Dier can lie found at anj th .
at his office on Gatacre st.   His   dt
tal   work is  Rvarantcod   x0  l>e   Or-;
""lass and rates reasonahlp ��,,
ExpresvS Work
LIGHT 1 EAMING,
Wood and Bark for Sale
SE& J    KEMP.  OR LEAVE    ORDER'S   WITH    |V( ft^X[,
��� W.   CARTER,
Any
EXPECTED
1'IRST  AVENUE
PHONE     6 V
NOTICE
LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS
pay Water     Rates, between the JOth    and the 25th of each .m,:,fh.
Office Hcun I P. M. 4 30
J. F BLAND
SUPERINTENDENT.
������"��-��..��..>.^.^..��.^.^..t ���
First  Class"
RIGS FOR HIRE
WOOD   and   BARK
For Sale and Delivered
EXPRESS WORK
DAVID "JO HNSON~~
PHONE 66 LADYSMITH
Kind
of -
Job
1 ��m~*"****��*9.*9.*t,*9��m.*0, �����)���**��������������������������������������.%���.�������� !��������..��..��.
GENERA! BLACKSMITH SHOi
Miners'Drilling Machines
MA��E TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT  SHORT  NOTICE       DRI11 S
SHARPENED BY  US     ALWAYS    GIVE SATISFACTION.
 PICKS HANDLED A   Nl> REPAIRED----
-S HIPS MI T H I N,r,    IN     <V L L   I T S ' B R A N C HER
Horseshoers and Genera' Blacksmitris.    <
Butler Street   -      - .-      - xadysrnith, 13 C
ICE!    ICE!    ICE! I
Done Promptly and
WELL
,    At
the
LEDGER
Office
��� t lvu-i-.|>uig, M.��^ 2T> ��� I'luinivi"
\\ (lorcrjnykjii tomorrow will lead lie-
lore tho Jouei house oi parliament
the gcnernmenL's icsponsu to the
addiess in i cply to the specdi uoni
the iluonc, and .innoumc- thc government's   polity.
Tho pin pose 01 M. (lotomj Lou's
Li ip to Petoroii today the Associated 1'iess learns, was to bo road
lo Emperor Nicholas the fuinl
ciiafL 01 tho cabinet's declaration
of policy, and was not connected
111 any v\'tty with thc; rumoivd shut
111 tho mmisf i.\, which, ho\.e\ei, is
possible    at   no   distant   day Tho
!j Kmperor at the last moment advised a lew changes in thc declaration.
The.se caused a hmned meeting oi
the cabined at which alterations
Mere drafted nnd inseMed The ,j.-s
ilion of tlie government on the
amnesty and Atyraiian piopositions
will not satisfy the g-oneral cr y.
A despatch lo the Associated Vie*
fi inn .Moscow tonight si\><, that, denial of lull aninesiy probably will
be folloucii b\ a geuerul strike,
fiimilai news has been recvued fiom
oilier nuliistiiiil centres, or if only
limited amnesty should be granted a general .strike is expected. Nun-
dicfls ol persons are leuMiig the
cit,\ apiiieliensive of si reoccnriencc
ol the scenes ol last December or
collisions between the black hundred and .strikeis.
A strike, has ab-e.tdy begun iu the
' subtilbs of lioyodot sk on account of
'the  festival   of    the  ascension. V
yieat multitude gatheicd today at
{the monaster ol Ht Nicholas on
Holy Lake m the outskuts ol Moscow Wo' kiiien m Hieciowd attempt
ed to 01 giani/e a doiiionsliatioji,
whereupon Cossacks thai god tho
ciowd fieiceU Mni.v innocent children were i uldeu down and lashed
l>v thc  Cossacks   whips       Two     pel-
DON'TTU
THE SET'JINC JJ/CN���JJcr fat I am
iave discouraged manyapottlliy   taiur.
Tlie ,(](ia":haia .Incubator and
Ilioodtir has creiii'ed �� New Eia
i.> PouUry Iiiibin^.
The .���..ii.njj Ili-iiiisa HatchciJ
\ as i>ecn proven a Comiuardip^
I uilure. *
The .Quilium Incul>it<or axd
i'rooder lias a3-,vyys proved a
Money MaUer.
You  can   make money
raising chicks in the ri&hi
way���lots of U.
VoorionouTjuili.ii llreio i�� money in n Mi j    A   I.irfVii    "SM^iisnut nn��"5 F-of :f ���
���hickeu_\MtUai;.Je.llac.ubitcoiaticiJltooc^i. a.!jl8*,V M '<-.��J&��Hii *��7��- * -Ci-t
Users of Uio fli .l'i cm Inciubatoi and P.io )!. i iiblO -liU&illCSS lOi' \ ^OniUil
have all in.ulo mon ..   If jou still elms,' lc-lJ"J       ,. , .    ,
busiatu iwnij tho l.cn as a IhitJliei.-uo w���u. 1 f "< ?.,t l.v ili��- bj .1  p. timer l-i   J)......-,   c  ei
liketoiei-on sm'..i n.��. , '' ;"Ul ' ll-'"*? V l���' ' ""'l U ,'l"-)-1 J   ' ''
In thu tun l'i m. �����) c.i'i |iio\*e to j 0.1 tli I i-���ioi. .
fouraulual cis)i iu-.-. in tigg*, wl id) Uio JUih'ih       Any v.or.-nii \. >tl. .. 1 l'"c les .:'"" 1 >i  .- , . I i
uhould  l��y   cttuiit  il.o   lime }nu  keep   t..em ii -po-iu) cm, ��n hunl. I .i\   picvimi-. i- ��p i.c.i.-
lldUsliliigr.'ind biu(Kl'i)_-, ��'ll l)e Ciiiet.fli lupi/ m   \Ml!n)iil   :i in.l jt i i->!     l.i if n '.!���     ,   i'i."
for a Oliullmru lauubitliu' ��ri_ H'eoiU-r n> t\y: ltii_a>(-d >n.'l u_.i \.o l i'n ... . .t an. ui.i   -���  .
or nix hatches, to ��uy noUiiiig- \i'n.tlc\^i ot li -t      j'c'li.i"- %''�� I i\" ������ f. -. .! \,  e >- <������> ,.    s
larger and bucior iwulis i.llf.ine-i by ihu \w j ������ il0_. 4,'_"e .11 _i\�� ;cili:i.v ^-<>( im���..>'\. :. .
oX theChutli.iai lmub_ioi i��ud bioodci." >,.  ltc,-)  ul;, ,^,1,1, 1., v  , , , ,,, . . 1 il4 . ,,
It you allow a lien t.intl, >on loic ut l-��-t 1    -.wlln tiow^'..ili-i.. ..1, i .." >.ii.^i i...'
eight weeks) of iayiii.- illu.n \wfki h.acnu.-' ,   jjil.i ittiii<3 lu i'-. .,
andilve week-talclnsr ei'e or tiie uliiLkun-i, ui (Sf    ^    ,���, ,,., ,], ,���, ���i. f.,j . pf ���- -
���ayln the oii,'IiC week�� ->..e im-.i'iI lay .a h-.i-t    ���  , t .,    .;   !,,,    .,���, >,_-,,,   1 ,   L 1 ,1, , . ,
lluee doiou oa8>\   1   t l .j( h.atm-i. JaeiibitM (i w>1.  ,   lu ,.,,.,   . _, ,        ,  .,
��u the bdtoliiiie, v. lulu the lion goes cr luj liiu' j, ,,|Ut   , u���.,   .   ti, ;iJ, , ,is .,,;, ,K...      1.0.
���t't'1*. ie'e-Clii\t: 1 ,'u,\  ,v ibiin   ..:. I u ..    c. ii-n
OurNo.Sfacubutor will liuuii as many ucc- 11. s >iicai<->'-i'ii-������.dm    ,- \  ., 1.1 m\ ���> a.i ia
��8 twenty (.etliaa: liens, i.n.l do it bullur.   >.o\��. \��;ii_li, |ic I.  i.-ij-.u .���"-������   ���  ,��� fp n .1 L ��� 1 'i.I-i
_��l��*rt a ijli.sUuii iniiiilliuiblle:- J i��t ��>��,  .'.ini  I'n.s lJ Jii-:   ��. m <: ��jui  (.,j^cU.i
If you keci> U�� Jicnsfi.injla>iii_- ' ��� ci tome- .11
for n ��oul.s, how much ihuu do IfyiuriiK in e.un.-t, ice -��� ',1 ��c'  m��m  ri 'n
yonlo'e if c.n-h lien would hare i'n- ponlns' i-n-ine-' welmiii .1 1 ���������>   i.fc.-li
laid J do/en e..\,'-\ hiuI efeffs. aie d.j -.n.   If i t< n.n, iiul -,iim   tl   t I' �� ' 'ic'iim
wuith IS eeiild iit'i* do/oal     An-.-?'J(ji jnenbitor iveit  tfuiiil-i (- tlu1 t^--l   . ' ���' !')..i
Tlierefoie. when tho Chatham Jiitub.l.ii i- "������'''���' ���""'  ' ""'- i.*i"''-��� �����������"'���"��� ^lf '"���'"'- ""
hatcliiiiBthoiiumbci ��i eKS-.llnvt iwrai/lmn- !" ''J'1"; >'����� ��'��-���  -'l'1' to  n. iko m. i.e>,  \.e
uonldhaLcli, Ulsicidlv em mi ��� !.l ',>\-li 101 \<> . ����-M not 111 ike l!.e ��� ������ei 1.1I Ollt 1 below
"H^gi^-SIJE
No. 1-;t0 Eggs
Ko. 2���120 Eggs
Vo. 3���240 Eggs
77//.- C/A-^ 77/.-J^/ INCUBA TOR- lis
���"   success //<;s enroll) (i\'t tl many io mafu
iiioi e i/iO'iey than they ever thought
possible out of chicks.
F.very Farmer Should
liaise Poultry r
Al.ro-i e\orv funnel ' keeps Jions,' but,while
in. kin.wa ill aihoici-j jioiiainainonntoinroilt
m 1 lie b'lsine--. l-mjii wlienlcUinij: it take earo
in i1 .ill. le\. tiii'neis aie awttio of how jaucih
1 ', a.' '.U-.V g c.i'iy yeni- by not getting intc
1 _ -io i'i."/ Lum'ii ������> m hiich a way ud to mo_��
.. \i .iijiiui cmt of St.
i'Ijc _t. 11 4- 1 111 us u iiatelicr will never, be t,
.. 1.1 .jei^iil ...del* Her bUfrlnCMi is to iny
cs/s'-saiifi-l>3 thnuld hi koiit at it. '1 ho oiAy
\. ,c ti) 'id-rf einrkf. foi piolilii to bce-'n rifc-lit
V,. in-tilling i> L i.atliain huub.cloiunu Uroudor.
!��� .I.. ,���!' '1 .1 iiR...!i.ne jou cm bcxln liutchiug
u , iim'.K do ut un> time.
i'iiu t jn only set one crop ofi' your fields In
. ,cir, but \wlli a Chut)), in incubator and
1 ij !ur>iad n.-'iinaiy attention, yon can la''0
. . 1 i.citi f,o'j) culy Spiuif; until -Winter and
li  m .1 uio|) omi'v moi'th    'Jhuikofill
_n.lu a fow t.unirr-'havo discoxeied Hint
1 ijh- l-n.i no-.- i'i 11.e noull 1; biihiiio-s and have
1 > m 1 tln-i bi.uicli of farming t-o piotSuble tlmt
l',  r  ' ' 	
'1
��-��-#
1st Avenue
5_��-
-��   Will be Delivered on��� Mond��iys, 4 Wednesdays.
Fj id ays and Saturdays
Orders nmst be in  hy eleven  o'clock- on 'day  of  Deliv
Union  Brewing
Limited
NANAIMO    B. C.
^ENEKAL LXPRES8 AND
DELIVERY
WORK PI.OMPTLY n������ ���
Leave iirddrs at, the Abnotsford,
Dr. R. B. Diei
Sur_iein Dentist
All work (������ red, and at reasw
��i"" ratea.
RES1I):   ,:'E AND OFFICE
Gatacre St.
A..11:
Ladysmith
HOURS.
J.PiEeCY&GO,
Manufacturers Of.���
IRONCLAD   BRAND
CLOTHING,
OVERALLS,
TOP SHIRTS,
ETC,
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS
VICTORIA, B. G.
EXCELLENT
Train Service
^__5^ -     .BCTWKM-
GHiakO, LONDON,
HAMILTON, TORONTO,
IffONTREHL, QUEBEC,
PORTLAND, BOSTON,
And tlie Pilnclsml liualneaa Centers of
' Ontario, Quebec, and the
Maritime Provinces."-''
ALSO TO BUFFALO, MEW YORK AKD    '-.
PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.
E'oi- Time Tallies, etc., address
CEO. W. VAUX.
Asstatint (lon'l I'tiMieugarancl Ticket Agent
-,3Z as-vms ST.. CHICAQO, ill
ta_3_r Ettsssmammmmmm
sons weie killed At .inothci iloin-
(iiistrivtion nc ai tin' Sliassks yate
a  policemun s   skull   was     li.ictuiPtl
SAV12D  HY  HER  HOC!
St    John,   Ala>   iH��� Mtui.i^ Oal-
livan, tea ycais old missing 110111
home at Oiin\ Ccne sinrc Alondas
last lPtniiifd .M'stouiiiy Foi tluec
dajs and nights she was wandering
111 the woods vith no lood except
'ome bonus and \witci liom little biooks "Sonicli was un.i\ailin��
until .\cslcid.iv when hoi don guided hoi to .1 ilcMimg wIump she col-
hipsocl Tin- dfij; >ln\L(l bv hei
end attiactcd the iltont 1011 ot the
child's l.iothoi who w.is nmong
the spftuiieis. T.ho gul is \civ
much exlunislpil nnd thi i>a toned w. ith
] upiiniotiin
POLITIC \f,  AU'RPEll
Tifhs,     Mav   2~> ��� M       TL,enio,   th-J
ol  the  Caucasus
8'J.OO, Luslclc4 proclm-in_- fui Jin I'l.iolit c1.il. i
by tlio ��liolciuli', nnd i.uihk nuif/ to do tin
same thiny over again tlio 1-.011 cnteacii !i_;c!.
id otr.
Jlau't you think, tlicicfcjic, tli.it it pays t<i
tcup lliu lieus la>|.i���' i>ml let Lh3 LuucU'.vm
Iiiynb'itor cio th�� liaUliihti'
Tlieiu .ire iininy oiliur ici-oi.s v lr, Pic
Chatham incuLi ti.u aii.l tiuixior octcas-t 1
tiiohuttmi; ln-ii
Thu lien sc^ vlie 11 t,ic n it'.tdy. 'Ihe Chit
hum Iiiciil)_tuf is aim. =1 . j Jiy pl.iiinin.
to UlkootTR, liVch ut '���" t ,' l (inn jciiini!
bine pionty of I. 01. 1- 1 > >ul ��hi 1 bi >.h 1
areaciico anil juti.tiici 'nul li li \ou
'depend on Llio l.i 11, sou, cli l,�� �� j ^k,�� t.
bioilciisju--t i��lio c\ 1 > ot lie Ltii o 1 h.ckt. ur.
{being 111.11 tctOct. and '.slii.11 I'nt i.iki- 1^, 1.0U
1 itilf
Tliohon isu taicli 1 1 lollic cftcn '.i-nvlii.u '.u
2lmkb nitioiiyil. ��<.> _ i<~>, Im-Iio   mi 1 in ijluc.1.-   I
wheio 1 U-> c lii < oi- '-i ilc In 1 \Miii-r i
Tlie Chilli cm 1 m (Ic. In 111 \ ���-j uv-tf i-, .1 I
perfect u.ot lit 1 niul \cy 1 ie.j It... a a. cluck ��
and is not. liueste I u ith lice ]
Altogothci. thoie N ah ohili1   110 ii>.i>ton.thii    -
reicoii (01  eoTUmmiu Ihe u-<  1/   1 hm u->  t
hatcihei  anil   e\fiy  ici^o 1   c    .   un  a!.cml/.
ha\au ChiiliiiiPi lncci') 1 t-.i iiiiIHiuikIj
Wo me making 11 \civ -mcil oilti   v.h.cl
it will p.ty >oti 10 him -ut.ile
Small Prftmis^a Sufficient
For Poultry It.ii.sin_;.
Ofcom-f  it 1 111 1 iialuU 01 ro'ii'i, '0 nii'.li        uii.miii.    -mn-   ���<���>   1   i.--uuuui   js- ��h   ������������ ,..-,������--. -- -.���-I,l-:-,viv��ti.i.!.����i,.i��
tho Lcuai. bcu IU���i.\wn,,, ,,,d ��,.,���.,-.,   .,.,._        .cf.cn -  -hu.JUll   ������; *���*��� *[? ����n^^^0gW$&
WE './ILL SUIT NOW
TO YOUit STATION
i-'itciGiii' p��;:rAia
A CHATHAM
INCUBATOR
andBUOODER
-Yon-Pay- us no Cash
Till Alter 190G IT^est: \
. t
1 i-ii
1   1111 ���.!��������� ���iii'i m  1  mm in-���1	
Gt 1.1U ii.     ���-\ nrr   ���>*')
iuo iii-inl,'ccl lovciiil Cliritli.'ui! Incubn
'si- u).U'il>ci!ci- ul'tfi tiimir tiie Hist.
IV. iiiip^ >ou funk tlmt it re'iniius a {front
ii. iluf Miiivo!-ui'.ri.it (led of tccliniOsii know-
li ! ,'u   ii 1 i; .0 elm kaiiH v illi a L'lialliam lncil-
>   ���. >��� in-1'ml Ih'oniiu.   If ou,} on arc unfitly mid-
t   I i!.u:i     '. uiu   .. ifc o.- <ian_litc!i inn nttisr.il to '
[   1 .c-1:, icliino .mil Jnolc .itlc-i- tlie chickens, witli-
\   1.nl  i;iluircsii:i_; Willi their m_-uUi' household
��� Lie-.. 1
iiic iii.il 1 tt i? nlwnys ijoocl nnd piiccs ar��
11  >or i'n\.   'J I10 ili'inivriil ibiilwayd in excess ot
1.1   -supply nnd .it < (il.uii tunes of Uio year you
i'i pi .si tli illy kcL.uiv puce you care lo tick for
1   I u'liili   -.    Willi .I Climlmin Inciihutor and
1.  ��j>'cr wj.i ckiii ht,ut hiitcliMitr "t the ilt'lit
1 .1'   hi 'i t.g  tlie  ciuclsCiia   10   111.11ket.sble
1  11 <  -, -\lici ihs! siippl/ n. \oiy low ond tlio
,n   c3n.ct-.idinf.ljh.Kh    1 Ins > ou could never
l 1 w .til in'.l-s .Ui IliilcllCIs
\s o IsTio    l i.a II cic 11 rnoiiey In tlio poultry
li 1 sin/--(Co  c.ei v I,timer who will go about it'
���i t    All j ".J 1i.i\c to do is to fi-et a Chatham  7
in nb do. mid J'lmi !i 1 .iiui sttat it    But per- L,
. U-i \ou mo not jjicpucd )iwL now to apeiid,/-
��� li   iIopcj.   Tin   la .vlij. mo mLcke the specuiil
IS THIS FAIR ?
W ,' l.riow theicib iiio'icy lniaisinc chickens.
u 0 kn iw the Chatham Incubator and
'    i.iJci ba. i'o equal
u 11 kiioii that with any leaso-oaWo effort on
\nni \, nt, jou cannot but make money out of
Hi. Llivtiiuu tticuliatoi and Brooder.
A v kno" ih.it wo m.ido a Hiiodai offer last
c c ind sh it 111 e\ ei \ c-i>se the p.aynierita were
1111 1 i lie.MfulK .mil p.ouijitlr.iind tbatinmany
t. 1 i -, inoricv 1 us accompanied by letter* ex-
P 1 .-.l'-t^r snt'=r<vction
! hoiutoic \ c> hue no hesitation in making
carrjiiiffou ar    cc -si v I and i loili.iM. politic w, L  ,1 >f,Li   t,��^ u >m jcu tiisit jeu
business in u-3  lull (US  o. tintnloL     -In,out |J(1 ^.m ,,,   I inj-a.   Out
ei1^'1' rl,,^/,\l,.nUU,V,.,?,i,.;ns'1   W'J J   SU"l) '.I't.lUMl      t      H.U..    b,".i    li.ci.bUji    aid
yaid can r n^P-poillli.    iiillliibJv i>, ...   ,    , ���,l ,     ,       1    m    ,.,.,,t   i,m i.f
7 But to make  i.ionev ruicklv   ��� o ; u.'i.t eel J;7V.Y''c  C-   ',    '   ,.,; ,     .    t    ,  ,  o 1 '
a��ayfioinUico!aidt..iortiviniri'ci')bijUilss -1'1-' " "" ^ * ^' s''  ' ^l^1"l.y��-
with setting hens us hoi ch i=    \ uii 1.111-'_-t 11,      ':i"it'"wn -1 'i u new >  -.. t 1 ,11 in Jbit<;i
Ch ith.lm Incil'smui." wi.l lit miln ��� i>r .1 l i ^ e vo I 1 1  1 -    I w .-c ]��� ���. if 1 iiitt sill
Toeua.)l.jeve"br.s'vlf.<rcraf sir-t.riin the \> ��� t 11 ��� k t" 'f-1!1'-  '<-'��'   in I tin chic ten
niiiit way in the p.iiltiv  br mi.-��, \>c iii>il.c it-   tl!  t-li'. S ''" '   het'Uij
�� very   optti il offci   h'h    itn mni'i iou- ip '���"   '"    hu,
while to 111. estisiitc
1   !,��nliitn>   w    11   it it l'i opooilion to e\ ei", honest, earnest man
i.     I1   110 1LOI     1&.   ..     !._���..  .. \.,_ 1. ... ..,1,1 ../s tlsnJn Tratinlw
11' M
in c
in 1 ipj c
'!' Is ic div nic ii'h that we will set you npin
in' pnu'tij  buslncw. t>o  that >ou can make
1 io^iov lijtht fiom the hU't without asking- for
1 -> ujcle < ent ho'11 \ou until after 1'KKi harvest.
11 1U knew of afaiiei oflei, v,o nouldmakeit.
^\'Ilto us a post cud with youi name and
  _      ml icess, anil no iMllsonrt you full paitic-ulftrs.as
-V i/uld  loidd   \m II nsoJr buautltnll} iHiibtiated book, "How
1 crs.riiilj    Jii l>A\,lUth-   to nake n.oney out of clucks." Wilto to-day
lo < hath 11.1.
S. cl
\Vecinsjp,ilyj.-Hqu u\)j fro'iimu dufibi'.ne 1 1   li - is ^ id CaUaiy, Di mdou, llegina, NV.nmpeg-, New Weatiuinirter. B.C., Montreal.
Halifax, C'hath 1111    Tacl-Jii i m c 111111 im, dm     a .1 Li. 11 mi   >f CJi ����
The MANSOM CAMPBELL?-  , L2_niled, Dcpt. No. 15 A CHATHAM, CANADA
Ut*uMacto ycupcGs on a f good fanning Ml w good Farm Scale,
NEWS BY
TEI.EGRPH
Sprinciii.il i'iigiiiL.->i ol t
mili.a\ shop', w.is killed todnv Die
(ciiu),' wis attiil'iitnl to political
ll'O'l's j
l'atnl  P.i'iii   Accidr-nT
station Tht) puntess was escoited
to tho Palace with imposing ceie-
moBy
Coinr>ll JVisSats Tloivaifl
lioston,  "\Ta\   25 ���Tu  a  inaguificenL
iace which  wtib contested '���tubboinly
Londoru    Ont ,     'May   25���Norman . th.iougjho.ut, Cornell varsit\( oig^it 0111
about   eighteen'yean      ot | ed   crew   defeated   Ha��\aid     vaisity
i Kichman
.i(jo was ncudenlly kilh-d at a picnic held by ihe Hill Street Aretho-
chsi    \oung     pt'oplo       ut  Spethgue's
HILBERT
bNlTfcD   ANU1ENT      ORDl''il  I.S
DKUIDS
Wellington Giove  No   -1  U."A. 0.   i
'   Aleets   in\tlif   I- 0   t") .K.  Hail,  I .t
ilysmith,     Uie    Second   and      Fo-iiti
Wednesdays ol emit month, conunen-
ir.g Wednebduy.  iatli.,  1905.
-Visiting Druids     are invited to it-
tttid.
. Ry Onlor.
WM   RAFTER, Rccr S��-.t*
PATRICK BTTRK. N. A
NOTICE
From      this  date  (.he  undersigned
will not  be ��� responsible for  any indebtedness     incurred  except on.     ��
written oriicr signed by tlie secretarv
Rowland  Machin.
V.  r.  EXPLORATION ft. BEVEL-'
OPMENT CO., LTD.
Nnn Personul Llabilftv.
iVictoMa, B   C., MiT  ISth, -'^08
.Syno])sfs of Canadian  Homestead
Regtilalions.
Any available Dominion Lands
within the Railway Belt in British
Columbia, may be libmestcaded by
any person who is the sole bead of
a fiimily, or any mule ovei' e glitecu
yeais of age, to the extent of one-
quailor section ol 1C>0 actes, moce
or less.
Entry must he made personally at
the  local  land oflice for  the district J
in   which the land  is situate
The homesteader is rcqiuired to l>ei-
fonn the conditions connected therewith under one of the following
plans: ���-'���,-.������
(1) At least sis months' residence
upon and cultivation of tlie land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father, (or mother, ,jf the
father is -deceased), of.the boniesteatl-
Your little ones are a constant care in   er resides upon a farm in  U.e vicini-
Fall  and  Winter  weather.     They will
catch
Consumi      	
what it has done for so many��>   It is said   satisfied by such person residing with
to be the only  reliable  remedy (or all    (he   father   or  mother.
take. It is guaranteed to cure or your money    ei|t residence upon farming land 0WI1-
is returned^ The price is 25c. per bottle,   | oil by bim in the vicinity of bis home
!stead, the rei|iit.iremcnts as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
Six monthc' notice in wvilii.;.
should be given to the Commissioner
of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at $10
per aero for soft coal and.' $20 for
anthracite. Not more than 320
acres can he ntHqiuirod by one individual   or company/    Royalty  at     the
IT IS DANGEROUS I
TO NKGI.KCT A COLD
How often no wchear itiemark-i
ed��Itso���b acold,"andafeWdays ��,0'tt "\ ��^n������st,i yMterday Rich
later  learn  that the man   is on his,man in paiticipnting'   m t-ome sport
had occasion to nimo\e a portion
oi Ins clothing and while lepl-acing
them the accident occurred. '; One   of
back with pneumonia. This is of
such, common occuience that a cold,
however 'slight, .should not be disregarded. Gharnberlaiu's Cough: Re j
mecly counteracts any tendency of bis socks, became entangled' in tb��!
a cold to result in pneiimonia, and
has gained its great popularity, and
xteiisive sale by its  prompt cured
trigger of a rifle and while-c'lideavor
ing- tq loosen it the weapon exploded3
tbo  ball   straikingv  hinv in   the     eye
killing).hini  instantly.
Favors Giving- Salaries.
Toronto, May 25.���A: J. Ralston,
Managing Director of .tlie National
Life Insurance '-Commission today,
said that his- Company neror lost on
any invest m<>nI. ttegarding ihe
question   of_ commissioner ���  '��� Ralston,
i Man'BlactiireTs of the Famous he said ll(i:-^novCti u possible  and
oftht. most  common  ailment..   I
always cures and is pleasant to take
For sale by   Ladysmith Pharmacy.
CUBANCiGftR
. .CUjBAN BLOSSOrt
None btt   Union Labor    Employed
n.J. BOOTH, Prop
Dear Mother
r little ones are  a
and  Winter  weather.    ,1 hey will t     of   the   lan(1  enfceral   ror    the rO
i cold.    Do you know about Shi oh'��        .             ,              .            ��� , , ���
umption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and <"l">i'en,ents    as to residence may he
and all dealers in medicine sell
SHILOH
This remedy should be in every household.
LADYSMITH BAKERY
(���        -       . .-���'.
CH0IC13    CAKES    "AND    PASTRY
ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND
Wedding    Cake*   Made    to  Onlei\
I'lU.'iTS   AMD    CANDIES  OF ALL
K I NHS.    fUESit   BREAD  EVERY   DAY
Prices    are     Vztj Reascmdilc,
Ctistoiivers are Treated Alike.
HOP  LEE & CO.
ON THE   5SPLANADE.
All.
DAY  SCHOOL.
Usual 'Subjects   taught;   also      language.*.-'drawing   In  pencil  and crayons,  paint ng- in  oils  and  water col-Irale    of ten cents  per  ton of   2,000
ora. pianoforte and vocal lessons glv-   pounds shall  -he'  eoljcctod     on   the
in
en lu classes or individually.
MISS  BERTRAM,-
, L*nysralth, B   V.
gross output..
j' .W.   W.   CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of Interior.
Leads Them    AM
IN QUALITY
R.P.RITHET,
& Co., Ltd
Pacific Coast   Agency.
I VICTORIA,  ;-: :-: ���--.  .-: :-'B.O-
desirable   to.   eoiicluct   business,    ^i^
ing-  snlerit...s_ instiMid   of   conunitwion.
.Il would, he said help   to stamp ovit
tbe   rebate  system;.
Tiie Future Queen.
��� Madrid, Al.n.y 2o.���Tho royul train
bi-ai-injr jiving Alfonso and his future
bride, princess Enil of Battenbui'fi-.
arriwil   this  evening    at the     Pavdo'
eight on thc Chailes Rnci todaj'
by three lengths The e\ent was a
splendid exhibition bv two _��\iei\illj
trained and <incly balanced sets
ol oaisineu, espcciallv in \mw of
borne aiheisc conditions due to a
wind, agsiinst the tide, and a bad
swell left, by pleasure boats which !
the police lincl failed to clear from
the course. Cornell's official time
-was ��� 10 min. 3.-5- seconds, while
Harvard's  was  10 niiri and 52'sec-
NOT IF AS RICH.
' ':: AS ROCKEFELLEU
If you had all -tbe wealth of Rock&-
feller, the -Standard Oil magnate you
could uot buy a better: medicine for
bowel complaints' than Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rcme-.j
dy. _^ The most eminent, physician I
can not prescribe a lie tier piepara-
tion for colic and diarrhoea, both ,
for cbiltlren and adults. The uniform success of this remedy has
shown it to he .superior to all others. It never fails, and when rotltic-
��il with water and sweetened, is
pleasant    to   lake. Every   family
should  lie  supplied  with   it.  Sold hy
La,dysiiiith Pharmacy.
PublieiMotice
Attention is called to "ihe    Tact that tba
Qgiivie Flour flills  Co.   Limitedv
makers of  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR      hare for some ��tmt���'"'
past been producing flo��r in a   lastly  improTed and parlO '  forin
by the aid of ELECTRICITY
arid  having secured control ol   all the ba6ic patents relating ther^
to, take this opportunity of a dvising  the public that any unauth-.
orized users of the electrical,   flour purifying; processes  will he pro-
ipcu.ted. "
Ogilv'e Flonr Mills Compauy Limited
aro tUe only millers in Canada whoso   Flour is
���Tiriffied hy tha E'eotcio Frocks
$F 'f>f\f\.-RE�� Af
J,WV  \,e pn'id to aov
)..REVARD will
tie picid to aiiV
(icrsoii wlio proves th.it
Sunlight Scwp containi an>
injurious cliemicul' or a��>'
form of adulteration.
Sunlight
is better than other soaps,
but is best when used in
the Sunlight way.   .
Sunlight Soap contains
no injurious chemicals.
Sunlight Soap is pure
soap, scientifically made.
Every step in its manufacture is watched by an
expert chemist.
Sunlight Soap saves
labor, and the wear of
rubbing which common
soaps require in washing
fabrics.
Your money refunded by
the dealer from whom you buy
Sunlight Soap if you find any cause
for complaint.
Lever Brothers Limited. Toronto
>S4 T/HE DAILV LEDGER  3������dS������S__*3������������5������"~%:*:  SSStSBEfS  i llfVCMlB !  1 The Good English Eadie ���������  i  ���������       . ���������  ���������? This  cut   illustiate*,  the1 celobratod Eadie  Two-Speed  Free Wheel, J  i with which  iii> .ire ?hle. tn   /it  any of our   English   Uicycles    to ���������  ��������� oulei, cnulilinn I lie ikIcl to Olimh steep hills with conipaiativc ���������  ? ease. I                                       ^  I We aie selling  Uie Radio   Coaster  Brake which  can  be put on Y  ��������� any wheel, old or new. This Coaster is the simplest and hest ���������  I coast ei on the market, will not lock- oi slip, and co.sts the ���������  i same us the common lnaKc.s that giu* so much trouble. TTave ^  | an   Radii- Coast ei   fitted  to  uim   bicycle      We sell   ami   mend all ^  ��������� nukfs of bic\cloS. '                                        A  THOMAS  PLIMLGY,  Government St.. (opi>. Postollice.)  Victoria, B. C. ���������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������^^���������������������������������������������* ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Soil Fotos,  That's All!  NOTICE.   .  t,  MrB. A. L.    Haskins, will sell   Ice  Cream from 6 to 8 every    evening  Victoria Road,  about  one mile  out  The Lee  orris Company  Arrived To-day  999**99*99  We ran now supply  your WdP.ts In tliat line  Can give you any s\M  Square you may require-All Golors���������Call  and look through them  Prices Range from  Local Items  ,y Mrs., H.   Tho ui ley  arrived   on   tho  noon 'txairi  fiom Vicloiia to-day.  ,   Miss If-ghjam returned  from  Nanaimo' this  morning.  1 ������  Mrs.  Jas.   Provan,   is  spending     a  week in Vancouver.visiting friends.  'resents   Tonight  NED UP  99  A Farce"Comedy in 3 Acts  ��������� VXrM_. -n_������ ������JX������ Ulfehl*_nJ3KT  CAST   ==  The' raffle of a gramophone at the  Queens, Hotel,   tonight  at !)  o'clock  Mr.'Halliday, of the Ladysunth  Lumber Company, is making, a luu-f  visit to1 'Victoria today, expecting to  return,on tonionov's train.  tleneral  Baltic .  Capt. iUedw.iy  (ieora,c Med way  Nnd  Slertdans  Can away Bones  j\1is   'i\Icilwa\  ^iihina "Medwg.y  .  \da Jlnllic  Mis.   P.nnall  Cleol'fiti.i  ...   Arthur  Elton  .   ..  J.  Morton  . .    Richard  Scott  Mr. Hal Barbour  Lee Morris  . .   Lillian  G'i.hth  Odella  'Roise-  . Sad re Keynolds  .    lOtta  Shot well  ..     Fied Melville  Mr. "J.. W. Coburii,  was in t_te city this  business:  ol     K.iuaimo,  moiniii"     on  Mr. O. Lewis, o! San Francisco,  will lecture here on Thursday even-  lng^May 31st. P. Williams, M. P.  1\, and Mr. Haw thorn thwaite, M.P.  P., will bo asked t0 atkiul.  Mr. T. Wins by, who has been employed in the local Ibank here, .left  this morning . foi Vancouver, whore  lie will ibe employed in the East  End" branch of t rie- Canadian Ham.  of Commerce.  SYNOPSIS  ACT, L���������K1eh1nor.nl  Villa  ACT  II.���������The  Lawn  at Kii'lmuiiiil  \CT III ���������Same as Act I.  Villa.  Millard'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  can keep the water out ��������� the  glofbes without the rwb|_ler. ring  s' 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, and   if  you    want  a globe   with     a  Rubber Ring, call a,t Mrs. ,T.  X.  Jones, agent for  HBNRY    ^CREW,  The only    place you  can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C. for the.  French Wreath Co., of London, Paris, Melbourne, S.A.,  Cor. Como\ Rrl. & Milton St.  NANAIMO B.C..  Mr. 11. Kay rctiirnr.il ai iio-m (0-  tlny from Victoria, whore he Jus  hecu enjoying the celebration in iliu.l  city.  I.illie Carter, Uie little girl who  has been slaying wilh the Kcv. i\lr.  ami lUrs. Rowen, left Ihis-morjimj;  011 her way to Dawson City, from  which-.'place- she will .journey to Ihe  haute of her moUier, between dial  cil.y aiul Forty-nine. She e\p<"ClK  to return to Ladysmith befoi 0 nexl  Oliristman.. ���������  TENDERS will be receded by the  undersigned up till 5 p.m., o.i. Men  ..l:i"y,c 28th May, l!)OG, for clearing a  noil ion of Third 'Avenue, apposite Hki  hi hi ic. school. Particulars can be hud  from  the 'R-ffcul Foreman.  The lowest or any tender not poc-  ."ss.trilv accepted.  ��������� ���������'-' JOHN   STKWART,  C.M.C  WANTED���������Ry a young . woman," a  position as mother's help. Good  work and   thoroughly reliable.    Ap-  ��������� ply  at- Ledger Office. '      ' s3.  WAXTED.���������A  strong girl   for    general housework'.     Apply  New Western  Hotel.  S7.50  TO  /..ill Mk\ KKoiks I  ist. Avenue, Ladysis>������ih, B. C. f  \l I fwmi Prop.  MANUFACTURER OF  Carbonated Beverages,  (linger   Beer  Fruit Syrups  Rox:   24S  m������*  A-    ,J--">������>y   '  Holiday Season^  ���������P. o.  ������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������  o  Coal  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  1  ���������  Oil   Ergir.es  Por Launches, Pishing- Boats.  Etc.  Stationery  Engines  for all Power Purposes  Simple, Economical. Reliable  Absolutely no danger,  do Electric Spate of Batteries  to get out of order.  Wrrie 11? for Particulars   Rochussen & Collis  7 Yates St.  Victoria, B. C  Machinery Agents.  $12.50  ���������������������������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������  Walter* &  ���������t*h  '-"-���������"cacl  NOTICE.  r.'Wong Ching kee, ha\c ptircliaseil  Ihe business, toots a.nd fivtuies of  Chung Kcc's shoe niahing cslablish-  inent, Ladysmith, ami that all pci-  .sons having any claims ae,ainsL the  said Lhun.; Kee, must conic a,ntl mal.������  that claim 10 nic on oi liofoic the  first day of .June, li)<HJ,*aml Ihat 1  will not jhe icsy.nnsiible foi any claims  oc delits of the said Chiniv Kee aftei  the first   day  of .lime,  HiOC.  (Signed)     WOXtt C11ING-K'EE.  Ladysmith, 22nd May,  1900.  -FOR-  FOR SALE  Twelve   head   of  cows   and Milk  ioute.    Apply P. O. Box 99.  n -      1     ���������  * '  WOK  .SALE���������A  Thoroiioibhred     Irish  .Setter,  15  months ohl.'   Price,������.!().  Apply      If.   RilEPHERJ),  Nanaimo.  SinoKc Rig ]). Cjgar���������  Minard's Linimout- cures  burns, etc.  .#..������..,..���������.....������������������....o-������..������..������..������..#..������..#..������..������..t..,..o..������..  (PIPES!  Ciuat'antectl  not   lo  or craclc,  for  burn  Minard's  Liniment   for  sale   c\ecy-  where.  Fi'Onn   Ladysmith   to  Xa-naimo  Steamer Joan.  'FRIDAY, JUNE 1st.  Under the  auspices  oi   Che   Ladies-'  Guild of'the  Church   of England.  Round Trip 5oc, ��������� Children 25c  Minard's   Liniment   relieves   neural,  ("iria.  ^ ^v^Vi iw������ t������������i f t f������t ��������� 11 f wvw ww wsm<%  QUAKER PUFFE  ���������it 1������ an acknowlodgeil (act that ll".lce Is tl c  most widely vstd aad one of the most licaltliful  food products that nature produces  Quaker Puffed Rice is un easily invested food  and manufactured with the very best ������rade of  Klce���������"Makeft a delightful Breakfast Cereal and  can be served In many dainty dishes  10 GENTS PER PA  BLAIR  5 cts.  ���������AT���������  KHl'S BOOK Sit  ���������    NOTICE. :      ���������  1, the undersigned Jane McMillan,  adniinistraU'ix of .Johii, 1 high McMillan, deceased, hereby, .give notice  that I intend at the next sitting of  tlie Hoard of License Conmiissioiicis  for Iho district of South Kananno,  to he holdeii at Ladysiaith on the  ISth day of .lunc, J!J0(i, to iiiaKc application to that honorable body foi  a transfer of the hotel licenses to  sell intoxicating liquors under the  provisions of" thc Statutes on Ihat  behalf, in the- premises known and  described as the Tunnel Hotel 'at  Extension, I'.r.ilish Columbia, fiom  the said .hhn llti^h McMillan lo  Alexander  .1.   McMillan.  .tane McMillan,  Administratrix of J.ihn Hugh McMillan.  Tennis Goods v  Lacrosse   Sticks   ,  , AND   Base,Ball Outfits   WRITE    "  J. BARN.SUV A CO.  Vk T0RIA, B. G.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������  9  Granite and Ma.bte Works  Granite ami Marble Monuments, Tablets,' etc., at thc  lowest prices , consistent  with fust class slock aiid  workmanship. Write for  catalogue.  A."  STEWART, .  MS Yates St. Victoria B.C-  ��������� s  We sfiow a large assortment cf Dainty Novelties  in up to-date BLX)USE WEAR, also a izirge stock  ui ~     1    ~    '     '      '   '     ' '    "  \  and  DfRISS 000DS  Attractive Styies-Economical Prices  SIM( N LE1SER& CO Ltd.  wwwmiifpwwi^  Notice    _i   -       ^ ;    ? ,     ____ ^__^ _  *    ,, A. Howe ot CheraalnuR has opened the Meatmai k������t  Utelv run by W. VVurd, en RtbcrU Street ������ th ���������  "full line of Flrat CUt������ Meutt -      -  Pork andlSausage af Specialty ��������� A Trial  E A,  HOWE Phone 2������o *  ^ ^ MEAT   MARKfcT  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.  .-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������..������������������������������������������������������  RAYMOND& SONS  ���������Dealers  in���������  Lime,  l'laster Paris,    Brick,  Fire Brick and Vancouver island cement.  3 Pandora St. Victoria  B.C.  BARGAINS IN WATCHES  i  Wc have marked   in Plain Figures the Prices of our���������  ~   s~ " ,   ���������  .'Waltham, Elgin and other American Watches  At a Great Reduction- Cah and sec them  B  FORCIMnER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE LADYSrilTH  H  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 0********9**99**99****  *  For to-day we hav������s a large supp'y of- -.  Lamb, Pork, Mutton, Beef, Etc.  Ham Sausage,  Blood Pudding;  ��������� ������������������n ���������f iirwi-tn. ���������,  PANNELL and PLASKETI  *  9  *  *  9  &  9  '  FORSjfVLE ,  Eggs from Pure Bred Stock    .  All Birds Trap Nested  No Inferior Layers Kept  Barred,     Bnlt    and     White   Rocks  i  ViMlo Wyandottes, While and   Brown  Leghorns.  $i Per Setting  $6 Per Hundred  ���������  E. STEWART,  Box 2GS Ladysmith, B.C.  <I������st ariived-^the |>cst line of���������, k  Tennis Goods, Baseballs,  Bats, Gloves, Etc.  LADYSMITH HARQWARE COMPANY LlillTED  '���������>^*M������V������*^*'^i****^^^^s^A^^^sA*^^^*^AV*^^A  71  I  Iiave just received a sliipment of  Hills'  High Grade  ENGLISH TOBACCOS  -;and  CI6AR[lTfS  at .he   DR UG  STORE  ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������***** ������������������*  ���������> *,���������* 99**99**9*  Now,is Sprins cleaning time.  Coal,  your walls with  Church's Alabastine  Will nol,  ru'b  olY.     A perfect ami aan-  il;ary wall coal.in.c;, (.old  in  50 & 25c. Packages  Als0 paint your  woodwork     with  "Pyramid Brand1'  ut 'Paints.     The best in   the market,  only ���������'���������������������������.  s$i.75 Per Gallon  Wc also carry a  large line of  Fine Varnishes  RnamclK,     Brushes,     Window Glass,  Room and Picture Mmililiiigs,' etc.  Try a gallon of out  .'���������''  Granite   Floor  Finish  Lo   preserve   your, I.iinileuins.     Bring  vonr pictures' to   be framed to  H,  KAY'S.  WALL PAPER DEPOT  THE FENCING GIRL  ==FOR= ���������  33 BHte Swan Soap Wrappers  Send us 35 WHITE SWAN WRAPPERS  and we will mail you a Beautiful Picture of  THE FENCING  GIRL A number of others  to choose from  I     .    II I        II ~'     I "     I ~  The Driftsh Columbia Soap Works. Victoria B. C  ��������� I'.S.���������W������ will mail yon free 'inc  of  our Premium Lists on application.  1 ^/VVVVVW>'V*MSAA������-������A>^^A^V^*^V������^V^/I������AA^^*, * ������--������V^^tAt^  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  >- .FIRST A  VENUE./ ' ���������  '     .  Suits    Made to Order-to. Fit', and t| your  Satisfaction/Call arid see Stock  Plumbing and  DONE  AT  Reasonable Prices  ���������By .      . .  J   ANDERSON  Iyeave orders at  P������terson'p Furn  ture Store,  or telephone No 5b.  "Pa.pa,  what-is  satire?"     '  .. "AVtell,. for example,      when    your  mother asks  me how  iniich 1'vte won  at the prayer meeting.V^-Life.  ������.������ 4 ^ 4 ������. 4.4^4.4.4 4- **-*���������* ��������������������������������������������� 44-4-4 4-4.  ��������� -.'      POR-THE NICEST  \       Ice   Cream ^  ; Milk Shakes, Soft Drinks  ������. Candies, Fruits, Tobacco  t C igars, etc. t  I CAI.E ON ��������� A  X W- L-  CARTER, t  FIRST   AVENUE J  Parlors For Private Parties.     J  ���������-4 ���������������������������������������������.��������� f ������������������ .+������������������>������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������<������������������������������������ ������������������-  Try a Province Cigar.

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