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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger May 30, 1906

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 The  [LEGISLATIVE .'ASSEMBLY,  ^gj ;|  Ir-:-*  Dai l y  VOL.,2  WEDNESDA V  May 30, JflOU  PRICE FIVE CENTS  HANDKERCHIEF  MAN GETS  3  SHIP DRAWING  25 rums  UP FHAZtR  New Wes'tmioster, May 29.���������Eenest  H>. Thornton war tsenitonced this mot ri.  ing hy Capt. Pittendrigh, S.M.,   to  serve three months in  jail forincom-  iiiodingmodi;.g jicrsons on Uie streidis  to wit, hy pressing his attentions en  women    and   'g'irls  l������y     dropping his  handkerchief on tlio walk and it-hen rn-i  ter in 5 into   conversation    wilh lheui  with criminal intentions,  when   they  . had "|iicl.ed   it up.  The evidence of eight ladies     who  had been accosted  on the street  wius  almost the same?  in every case. The  lady would Ik* returning from a missionary or prayer mooting, usually  alone, but sometimes ovith another  .lady, when a handkerchief wo������ild be  notiood lying on thc sidewalk. The  lady would pick it up, and shortly  afterwards a- man would, emerge .from,  some shady spot and accost her, asking whether she had picked up a  handkei chief. The individual would  then behave in a linostrriiiiih'ecoining  manner, and several ladies had been  compelled  to call  for assistance   at  nearby'house,;, as they'were    afraid Idocks  and ga'/dd a Imitingly at  to' proceed    ,  on   their   wciy     -home Lbig vessel    as  it  made its  w.iv  alone. ^  Only <ive lady positively identified  Thornton as being ilhe man- who  spoke tojier,-hut all the others agreed-ihat it was a .short man albotit  the same si-se as the accused, and  wearing a cloth cap. A similar cap  was < produced in court, and was  about to >/be placed "oi������ Thornton't  , iliead, when, his lawyer, .I.B. Bowes,  objected, and this  was not done.  The New Westminster Daily News,  gives the ������dll<4win.<*- ttoBcriplfon of  the entlance into port af the big  ship Henley: ' *   '  Tho British steamship Henley, tlio  JaUgesfand deepest1 .draught vessel toi  ride'the Fraser- river since' C.P.R.  construction days, crame tip stroiuni, onl  Saturday night aiwl docked at Miiill-  side, where its decks will- he loaded  with lumber.  The Hen]������y. had elmoat completed  her cargo at Vancouver and drew  twenty-five feet _pf water as she  steamed up tlie* ,river.v  Capt Hogeis the local pilot was  in charge and found eveiy inch of  the way without the slightest diifli-  culty. '  When the caioo is completed al  Millsiidc the Henley will draw twenty-seven feet bf wasoi, and Caplaim  Ro^eis has every confidence that he  can take the big ship down stream  apam |ust as easily as he In ought  it up.  Conesiderail}le local 'interest attached to the arrival of the Henley and  manv    hundreds -of people  lined'   the  the  up  TYEE GUN CLUB  HE! D SECOND SNOOT  LIST EK  CRAZY MM  ifilGHTENS THE  The Tyre Gun Club held their s-c  find shoot last evening below t.*i<>  smelter 'grounds, far a medial, with  the lesult given below. Althocpli  II. Wright made the lowest score l������,si  e.ening, he is still tin the load hi  one |oint, having spcurrd' 32 out. ol  a possible f>0.'' Mr. E. Conway mill  Mr. G. Ilepplc are tied wilh :.l  points.' There, are in all 200 bm'ts  (o fl'O shot at hy each competitor,  and as t-he club lists only n.iettwke  Kl'sposinj; of 25 pig. .oils "each tine,  tlifie will ile si\ moie meets leloie  the ovviiheislnp ol the medal is sel lied The seoie last evening was ns  foilovvs  I  Mill ROBBERS  TRIAL COMMENCED  IT KIMIOOPS  NO DECISION  IN GOULD CASE  New  Westminster,  Mav 3D.���������A  fish-      ICamloops, .\1uv   _H.��������� The trial     of  i  c-rinan named Albert Johnson, siwl- (be train robbers vvas commenced  denly wont out of his mind yosler- ibis morning at the adjourned As-  day and lias apparently disappeared, si/es, Mr. Justice Irving presiding,  and'his fi.sh.Ji;> |>arl;cr, a man nam- Kdwards, Colquhoun ami Dunn,  id Gillis is anxiously .searching for wore charg-ed with robbing 1Jis Muj  him. The last Mr. Gillis heard of esty's muils, mid Dunn on two oth-  hiin wns  ypst?r.dayafl*fnKV������n,     when ei. counts    oi shooting   with    intent  the teacher   offthr Sun.'iiyTvi   school   . ... ,,-, .  ...,., , . <o   murder   Seiireoaiit   Wilson        and  staled   that a  man answering   John  soji''s    descr.ipl!on  'rushed    ������nlo the  school   wilt ile tihe    chuVlrni  were    at  Constable-   Ui owning,    of   tin*     I.  N.  W. M. l������.  West  .Mills  T   'A lute  E   Cinw.iv  Geo   lle^|le  J.  MeRonall  II   Wji Jit  20  IS  IS  11  If.  II  SPEAK OF IMPERIAL UNITY  Toronto, Ma'yv 2!).��������� "VVe must ��������� Income 'a real integral   governing part'  ���������  of   the   British   Empire,   if not that  "   we  shall        become    something __ in-  finitly less" declared   Dr.    S. 11. Lira-  cock of McGilL University,  Montreal,  in  a lecture'  last      night   in llasscy  Hall  on   "Imperial   Unity"   delivered  .under the auspices of the   Daughters  of the   Empire,   and in   tho   presence  of His    Excellency  Lord Gray      and  ' pa i ty.   o   TO .MEASURE WATER  IN NOME STREAMS  <���������������  A Seattle .despatch says: Th*. i st  hydrographic expedition -v������r sent t0  - Alaska by the United States government will leave Seattle June 2 to  measure the waters and average fall  of .the streams adjacent lo Nome for  the purpose of preparing a report,  on the amount Ot water aviaiIa|)Ie*,foiJ  mining purposes in that distriet during the .summer season. John Hoyt  will be in. charge of the party. i*\  "II. Mtoffat, who is at the Rainier-  Grand hotel will accompany the party as geologist, and while the measurement of the stream is .being taken will complete the surveys of the  rangles and the inspection of thc pla  cer  properties  of the Nome country.  "I believe the plan of the government to send a hydrographic party  to Alaska will meet with the strongest approval from the lieople of that  section," said Air. 'MaflTt. "TJie  geological survey work has been of  great benefit to Alaska, and the new  ���������departure will ,be of even greater  ���������'".benefit."  "Nine geological survey parties arc  being sent into Alaska this year,  and probably the most important p-po  logical survey; work to<he undertaken;  this season will lie done by Mr., T).  C. Witherspoon, who A* going into  the region ''.'���������between ^'the' Yukon and  Tanama rivers, to 'the sou tii of For fc  Hamlin to complete the'"mapping of  that- country. A portion of thin  territory had b'eeii mapjiie<l,'..biit there  is a section still untouched and hha  object of Mr. Witherspoon's trip' is  to complete the gap in this country.  . "Alfred II. Brooks,, who has charge  of all of the geological survey, .'work  in 'Alaska will,, go from, here to  Skiagway aind r tihence down the river  with the intentsio'n of reaching Nome  about the middle' of  August.  "The obly party that has gone  tnorth (So far js one of twelve, .which  conilbines typographers and geologists  This party is now on the way to  Ma-tonuska county, at the head ol  Cook Inlet. Sidney Page is the Geologist and T. O. Cierdine typographer of this party."  tlie nver  The    Ifcnley   is  tlie   largest   ship  that has entcietl this port since  the  CF' R   construction  davs.   when   telle  S S   Victorian biought in ii*. cargo  of nailwav  inaieraals/and   the   easy  manner     m    whifth     the   trip    wtas  accomplislicd    us 'a ' guarantee  that  vessels of large tonnaige will <'nd the  nuvgalioii ol  Hie    Fraser  river    an  easy task      The; "importance of this  ���������demonstuition    call hardly ,ie    overestimated,    and  the lumlberinen   and  millowneis 'are jubilant and   predutM  great things for,ithe..future, when a������H  lumber   vessels    and freiglit carriers  will'berth with ease' in New    West-  minster.  . The Henley, 2213 torn, is 242 .fn_<  ifi.Jength.   ^ ,      , ���������.,,._ .^v,,    ,>.,.. _ .. ,5  It js. e.vpected that'the loading, will  ibe completed about.the end of tin  present week, when,tihe Heulev wil������  immediately proceed on hei v>um<>v  to Australia ������ ^ ^  ��������� o ���������  SHIPMENTS  ARE HEAVY  WATER TANKj  COLLAPSES  Today, May 30th lg Memorial Day  throughout the length and breadth  of the United   States.  Chemanius, May 29 ���������(Special correspondence)���������The Biitish, Bark, Lov-  erntvank, left this niormng in tow  of thc Tug Lome oi Victoria, to  complete her ciew 1 he \ essel is  loaded with a caigo ot l.O.IO.OOO  feet of liunhei Ic Antofagasta, in  Chih  -%.���������������-������.  ��������� The Hnrish bark lverncss is laying  in the stream waiting lor balance  of her crew, her cargo consists of  1,710,0011 reef of lumlwi, lor South  Africa  *���������-������-'������.  Owing to the scarcity of tonnage,  and \cs-seis not arriving as c>pected  the Victoria Lumber and Manufacturing Company have bad to close  down   their   m������Qil   shifL    far   a   shoit  time  ������^   ^,   ^  The 'I.V.*nb(*r Compn'nv linvr iiist  completed tho erection oi a new  machine shop, and have a large  amount of nev\ mnchinciv now on  (he loud lo mslall in same. tiles  are also nddm<> l-vo now lioileis  to   1 hen      [iliuii  *.-���������-���������������  'Shijimt'iits fiom I'Jic-iniiiiius ilui-  ing AInv have lioon heav v, i-nnsisl-  ing ol  1 . 7*20,01.0 ' feet .for" I be Unilod  Kingdom. .-..���������'���������  I ..tioii.dOO   iVi't   for  Smith,  Africa.  1 .7'l.i.i.OOO   feet'   for   South Aincri -,\.  1,0-hl.OOO feet for Australia.  The   rail   shipments    lo   po'.iii-';-    iii  Manitoba.. Snskatchewnn   and     AUi'i*  liY   will  anjoimt      to     I wo       mill ion  feci    ninlc ng   total   sliipmonl.-: of  8,--C-:7.(������00   feet. .  COMMISSION  WANTED  Sew  Yoi!     Afay    2t> ���������By   the   collapse oi  a  lank    on       the   roof      'ot  Adams   and -Cos   drygoods   store    m  sixth   avenue,    toUovvrd   by a     pant.-  anions   tustomejs   and   cloiks,    nenr-  l.\   a    scoic, ol persons  weie  more    <>���������  less  seuously  ui|iiied  this niternocn  The   store     was   crowded    with    <ns-  tom������is when the innk, owing- ro sup-  Ports giving away tcppled   o\ci    on  a   dome   okylig'ht   iireeipitnting   '   ten  tliousaiiU  gall  lib  oi   water      and     a,  shouet of Lro'en glass     on the main  floor-?      A nuu-hor of   clerks and cus-  tomeis    woie  cut   b>   1 ragmen is      of  glass  and  a  panic ensued "in    which  hundreds -"oi- noiiien"' xiiade ��������� i'ren?ied  ellorts   t<j  u.irli  the slieet  Pnenieii     .;nfl     .imbiilances were-  trtiis-l.lv on hand and the injuries oi  about a do/en percoiis were drcsspd  bj   the surgeon-;.  FESTiVITJES  AT MADRID  I heir studies and in a v,crv excited Mr -Muclntyiv appeared for the  !manner niltisnd thc children to cut Prisoners, with Mr. J. Murphy, AI.  and mi. foi deal life as a b*R imn ������' C- ������������d Deputy Attornej-Grncr-  was afliei thorn with a, I nife ������nd ttl Maclean prosecut.il lor tlu-  would ctil      them    to .pieces     Afiei   <-������'o"������-  .pivinw h.sS n"tflje he  litj'out   .ia <dio      Ml    ���������^ac,ut,>'i ,miiie ���������*  s(,f>������&   ,lP-  ueih  it   was  a    matter  of life    ajid"-l,eaJ   '0*'   lhe Postponnu-nt    oi     tliv  dcrnt.i __     The    leulipi   and    chiWlicn   L,,ilJ   u**ul tho 1''*lJ1 Assi/es,    on tin  were much   irpvrt  \,y  tlu3 jievvs.     and   giountts that the prisoneis bad    not  the sihoo!    ,loii       wa.s lept fastened   had   time    to procure   necessary wit  uvti!  It   was   lf>IiiM|M   that   all     d.m-   "esses   and   tho  funds    to  pay      fo  ger  was  past      'lhe last   news   that   their  defence;   that  be  himsell,    ow-  Mr.  Cli'ilis  could   heat      of    h.is  late   ing-   to pressine of bii������.in������.--!s at      the  larlncr wns that  he    was tiajvellmj;   Assi/cs,  had   not    lime   enough     to  along Hie djlgj load m(a    Jrighlenoil   piopoilj  preparo tin* case,   and   als0  mannei. and  il niiyone caire m sii������|it   that  the state oi   public   icehng     in  Johnson  would   turn  and  nm  for the   Kamloops made it practicallv       nn  1 possible   for   tho   pnsoneis    io     gel  A1'o..tjoui   wis  ai_o   il   is     <aad   nn llllbl������wi ,,-,al  ihat  Johnson had  a spell of  insani-      irc complained b.tteilv  of tbe    ac  tv and      had     to   |e wjlched Wctly   unn    of a  Vnncc.uver paper m   pub-  closelr.      The unfoi kinale man   is a   ^ h(Jlo>       f:rtttardi5    lahelM  Vorwe^.nn  bv Mrll. and    has     bren     ���������,��������������� .      Th, TtaiI1   Rob.>or/'  flshmp aim,,, the  r.iei   fo,   a luunta   eU _   an|, iJamlC(i that  th(.    ���������,.,,.���������.,  ol  veais  weie    liable    lo  have bin led  (he  Jin v  Judge Harrison This Afternoon Heard  Evidence, And Afterwards View=  ed Drains Complained of  Advised Principals to Fix the Matter up  Between Themselvesif Possible'  and Avoid   Exppnse  ���������������.���������1\���������..  Madrid, Mav 29���������The preparations  loi the nuii''layu ol K ii)j Alfonso  and l'lintess Viciona as. Princess  L'.n.i ol Itaticiibiirg ib designated I b>  the Kpanntids, aie fast approaching  culmination with aruval of foreign pi luces and envois, the influx  ol vast ihiongs and the final adornments oi streets and buildings The  tiain oi I lie l'i nice ol Wales ant! the  Vii-bdiike Fiancis Feidinand of Austria ai lived a������ 2 20 o'clock follow Monto, l.a , Ma.v 20���������A mob en-  ed   by   the    tinins   oi   l'i nue Vlhticht  KXO OF TI1K WOKLn ,n''"  tnt   n-   ti-, . .. . Hie   r>eiMit.\-Attornei-Oenejal       ol>    I letted    In anv   postponement oi     the  - Phil'adeli Ilia, Mav 29-\ pamnhVt l,lfl1' rn,m P' "'��������������� the deteno^ not  on'lirled Twenty Coming Event ., ..ncl lmvin" MlOW n ^m^ni ���������wa"on ,0'  published bv the riophcEe Vew.   of.sl"n'  London, I3n"K , is iov bemh _irl.,. j ihs LowNhip in refusing .he apPl.-  misly divtiibuted ari.il the -.mi, "1,������'1 <5ev^v seor(���������(, l������������������������"Vel,nw  of Ph'iladel-plna by th'we \vh.. ,l_nn I Pl0<5s* ''bl,t did Uld not think that  it their dutv to vv.u'i Men lP'iovv. _ aiticles in cpie-tion had anj effect  men  of lhe appioaeh of  ;!,t<   o innip,   "������ lho jurjmen  storm To be snne, iioi>3 o- :e'n-l After an adjournment ior lunch the  lip events are schad i'^v.1 f i a-y j case vvas proceeded with, a jury ol  nearei date than f������lf1. though wars twelve with .1 Morrill a*? 'Foreman  iin'l   rev   luliiiis  .in*  foicc.is!   foi that   being" empanelled  \e.ir Th ii ran is* the "Coiilcdera-1 Deputy Attorney fieneral Matlea������  tion (il t ji l.in<,*doi]ivS about, 191V , first addressed the jurj, relating  "Coiinin; ol a Napoleon as Knit; ol (he story oi ihe 'hold-up, rhiw������ and  Svn.i, alout 1!*22 2-5, and President siibsevjiiefnt caplmc of the "land  of the Confederation fiom 1025-27 to jniates,' as he termed them Sever-  |020-:il " "Asoension of ]J4,'(0lal W1<nesses weie culled, testifying  ( htisiiaiis to heaven vvithoiit i������yin_������, ' to the tbiee pnsoneis having l^en  irri'tai'ilv -ii-o'it Kebruaiv 2(i, 192-1, oil around the disti.LL lot some da\s  Kebniary 2, 1'lGi," guvat ttihulatnns *,M.|OIO ,,���������. IO!)b(,rv tind havnisr pnr-  and peiM'culion- of tbiee and a half' (hasP(, .-uppia.q m K.unloops, the  veais, fiom Rtt.-ust, 1923 or 1927,'' emI,t, oa.-k.iges. t-t.. oi ilio roimIs bo-  and the desconl, of Christ al 'eiu- , fotlnfl in ,hl,ir cam[1 hv Con-  salpm,   piolviiblv  about   May  2,   ! "��������� ��������� l    ^ xhUt    lVaisp  oi   'Vpnl  11,  1011,  to ieioju ovei   the  n itions  foi   1000 ye.iis "  MURDERER  LYNCHED  ol Prussia, the (jianil PuUe Vlad-  niiii ol Ituss.n, down l'i nue Constantino ol C.ieeco, l'i nee Albert  Leopold ol Mclgiuin, I'l'iiio" Ktigenc  ol   Sweden   and   manv  oibeis l'be  ai'iv.il of tbe visiioi-. vva*- marked  h\  scenes ol splondoi  The I'aulo r.ilnro vvas the cc-ntie  mi festivit es tonight Ivmg Vlionso  nnd his guests witnessed .i peiloi-  niaiKe ul tho T'ordo theatie, one  ipi.iinl nature ol which vv as n t-ftb-  lenii ol ,i Spanish ninrriagv sii<;ges-  I \e oi tin- nuptials vvhiili are to  take   phue   on    Thin -,d.ij  The si i eels tonight present a s pectin le oi In11fi i olor nnd intense  lulivitx Uailwnv tmins aie bringing in thousands oi loieigwi-s and  provinciril Spiininrds. The 'streets  along^ tbe route of the- wedding cor-  togw nre, nldn/e with color from  end to end. with floral arches, sun  bursts of; British and Spanish flng������  nnd gni'l'nnd.s   entwined.  gog*ed a special tiain beie last night  and went ta Tallin uh, Ea . whoie  the.v    loiced   the    Mil   and banged  I. T Ilogers, alleged inindoi ol a  psonunent   mecluinii   ol  ileraul,     La  Joseph Calhn. ilia engineer ol lhe  nam held up, flien gave lus evidence, nlentliving Cobmhoiin as being  one oi tbe int.lrois f'allin's evidence vvas not finished when tlie  com I adjoin nod until tomou-ow  morning at   ton   o'clock  -Watden  Kelly,  oi  San Quenlin gaol  arrived   in  town   this  morning He  at   fiiee   lecogni/ed  Ccoigc    Kdvvnirts  as   Itill  Miner     who  vvas confined    in  San Quen'in  Cnol fiom March   1-^SI  to   dune     1901  On  the ainval   of  the prisoneis at  the Com I    House this morning Kc-ll.v  ��������� muled    a new   dial  Toronto, "May 2l).--Jiidge Killnm,  Chairman of the nonunion Enilway  Coinmission .met her today and' m-  nou'need that the commission had de  cided to hold a general investigation into the railway .tariff iqiiestion  ns -affairs in this country had reached a stage vvhero this was wan*,  anted.  MORMONS  NOT WANTED  Washington, May 2!).���������Protests a-  gainst the retention of Tieed Srooot  as n Senator of t'he United States  reached the Senate today. . Tho.  petitions    bore   t'he   signatures of  thousands   of  women,    and Were    p''e  On   Feb     10th    Hogeis vvas tned and   wont   up    lo Fdvvards.  held  out     hi*  lound   guilty     and   was  subseriuentl.*, ' |mnf|   alH|   s,ald,   '*Ilello  Bill.      shake  hands' Kd wards took tbe pi ofl-  eied hand. repl.viiig, "I'll shake  hands with v on alright, but 1 don't  I now  who  >'������t   aie "  FOOTRACh. IN N VN MAIO  The hunch od-v did i.ne between \V  Wilson, ol Calgsiiy anfl H rergu-  son ol X'.incouvc'i will ho i mi on  tlie Caledonian gi omuls on Thuts-  day evening al 7 Oil o i loi k The  sfal-e is ,i y.*0 lioph\ and thi' 11  C i linmpionshi]) Wilson is an nil-  email b.v bi'th aliout 2S veins ol  .age reigiison i- an Ontniio * man,  aged 2;".. Koch man bus won some,  good matihea and the event, will call  out a good nt teiidniue. I^nch in nil  i.s in tbe amateur ranks so cannot  run for a. cash purse or side bets,  but llieir friends are not handicapped nnd I heir money will no doubt  do some talking. So far hots that,  have been made are at even money.  Starters, I inn.'keepers. reporters, etc.  will   be   selected   on   the ground.  MURDERERS  EXECUTED  LATEST  BY CABLE  Riga, May 29.���������The death sentence  seated by Senators from Minnesota ' was today executed on. eight, murder  Tiidinnri, >Jevv Hampshire, Kentucky, ers of police Lieut. Por/.bitsk.  Kansas and New York. If is said These were the v. nrkmen in whoso  that, during the week similar pet- l.^half the, lower, house of parliament  itions will be received from "ev-.| interpellated Premier O-orenvykin and  ery state and territory in the Uni- demanded a commutation of sen-  ted States. tence.  Teamsters  on    St like  Montreal, May '29.���������Over two bund  red teams!ers employed by the Dominion Transport Company are on  strike  for  increased  wages.  'Ninty-sixth  Birthday.  Toronto, 'May 29.���������Sir Win. How-  land, first Canadian Lieutenant. Governor of Ontario, celebrated today  his ninety-sixth birthday. He has  lately recovered i*om a severe ill-  ness-  A   Uolibernte   Act.  St Catherines. May 20���������. W. Kl-  liott, employee- in Taylor and Bates  Brewery! was struck and * instantly  killed on a railway crossing here this  morning-. Later a little girl stated  she saw Elliott deliberately place  his head on the track when he saw  the train coming. Tie had been  mentally unbalanced since ho had a  lawsuit over money and his fam-  ly had beeon keeping close watch on  him.  The case of Isaac Could  vs.    OiL  ot  Ladysmith  came  up for     lioarmj*  befoie  Judge  Iliurison at  tlie     Pro  vincml   Court  House  this     aftemooi.  at  1 30      Mr    Russell  Simpson     ap  pcired   foi   the plaintiff,  while     Mi  C.  H.  BarKei, of Najiamio, was     n  attendance ior   the defindantis      JVIi  Sniijsoii  stated    the    dharye,     com  plaining ol obnoxious drainage be"\  run through  the complainant's   pre  petty,   and asked    for  an  injunctioi  restraining Uie city  from further us*  of said drain, and a,lso usLing  dam  ages  to  the amount of }.5O0.  Mr. Baiker, in answet (o Uiecliargv  icad the following affidavit made ib}  Mayor N.cholson, and after arguing  the oai^c on the Ikisis that tie citv  was not responsihle for natuial wa  te-.r������ourses, let the case r<.st*witli .thv������  court for a decision The affidavit'!. Iras, follows:  I. Doitald Nicholson, of the City o'-  LaidjS'iniUi, in tlie Pio. nice of Bn  tish Coluiribia, make oath and sav  as follows*  1 I am the ili.noi of the sau  City of  LadysmiHi  2 A  portion  of the laid  City    o  La.dysmu.h is    on a side lull   tacint  towaids  the har,bor fronting the saim  City,  and at  the foot  ot  the    -saio  hill is  what-  was    formerly, jand   is  >et   to  a certain extent,  &     swam*  rj.u'-ed  hy the hatuial ^diaina^e fron  said side    lull       On  tlie .said    sk1<  hill  ai.'t   in  thc said swamp"aiecer*  tain  sjnin^s ot  wat'M      Trom    san  side lull   aid  from  sanl  swamp  wa  oi   wateicourse,    which    said  watei  let   ihaii|> throi'^jli a     natmal eiee  (ouise    lias  bc-en  in  existence   fron  time inuiM.imoii.ul  so  fai   as  can    b  ascertained    from  the  appearance  o  suime or  trim  any information that  can  be obtained.   ' The .said creek c  natural     water-eoiuse   runs    tliroujjl  the  lots  set out    in    the statement  or claim  of the plaintiff  as Ids   pio  perty  3 First A\en-rue in saw! City o  Ladjsimth vvas opeiie������l up and con  strticted by the igiovernmejit of thi  Province of Btilish Columbia befott  the incorporation of the said Citv  Viul the sSind toad inns t.hroti-gli tin  said swamp fn 0r>.ler to allow th-  watoi from s.iwl side lull and fron  said swamp to loilow its -natural  diamine; coui'-e, the said government  eo.is-triic'tjed a drain or culveit/ acio-ss  sand rrad, which vaid diaiiti or culvert is still in rvistence and is tiff  eulvc.it through which the sutfiice  water of said side lull and swamp  still reached the said natural watercourse, the said creek i tinning  sJuoiii->h the property of the plaintiff  ���������1 In order to preient the sin face  water fiom said side hill fiotm flowing aloiif*; saad toad, now Fust A\e-  nue, and along the si'lo ol s.ud ioad  so as to reader said ioad impassable in "the nainj soason, and so as  to wear awiip the *fM ion,'!, lilw  defendant Coiporation, soniie time m  1(106, cciistiuetel the |,0\ di.un ic-  feirrrl to in the statement of claim  thoidin, in oulei toi.illow thcwatei  fiom the sai'd i ide lull to reach its  natuial wafciroiiise through said cul  veil, instead of ow said .stteet,  but the water reaches its natural  wa tor-course through the culvert  across said street, and the only  difference said box or drain makew  i.s tlva't the iijittiral drainage or surface water reaches the said creek-  tlirot'fili said culvert dnutead of aloiif  suid .road,  or along the  side thereof.  Fi. The. said .box drain in no manner afft-cts the watercourse ns it-  'passos through the property of said  plaintiff, nor adds to the amount of  water passing through said watercourse.  fi. The cnly effect, that the closing  of said box and drains mentioned in  the statement of claims would have,  would .be, as I ibelieve, that thpma-  tur.al' drainage or surface water from  said ���������hill and ,-Avamp would reach  the said creek or Watercourse over  the surface of said side hill, and  along the course- of said street, and  tlie side thereof, to Hie detri-memt of  the said street and of the city, instead of through said box or open  drain.  7.   The defendant  Corporation    do  not     permit    an}     person   lo alUuli  piles oi   diains   to sand ho\   or chain  foi   the  nuipiS'i of allowinj; lcfuseoi  S3\\oiaLO  to escape   Uieioln,    ol     to  '.oiinect then    closets  l(J said   dtain,  and  liu*\e alvvav.s  .mil   aie still doing  all   in  tjicu   povvci   lev pi event    anv  pei son     fr"b.n   tin owing  out  on    the  ->urlaye of  the land oi   'into iluiliaimi  .my refuse,    lilt/h oi   sewerage wlut-  evei, and have  passed a'lT.t^lic lle.ilt  fiv^lavv,  being  By-law  No   7 oi   the  Corporation  of     Uie    City  of LaJv-  sinilh, Sections    31   and 32    wheteof  cxpicssly  lorbid  anv  peison  fiom de-  |ifs.ting  sevveiage,   lilth      oi    lcfuse  inattei   of  any.lind upon tlicstieets  oi   land  of  the City    of Ladvsmith,  and hive appointed an  official, whose  luty  it  is  to  so^lhat   the said Uj-  law  is observed.  S. Two or tluc-e pel sons haveleen  stopped from doing what might be  eonsiileiod a hi each of said llv-lavv,  and eveiy petson .so vvatinxl has oh-  e>el the notice, with the exception  of tire plaintiff, who, on one occasion, icfiised to obey the warni'ic; ami  it was nece/ssaiy to liave him pio-  spcuted and fined undci the pio"is-  mns of the smd .by-law in onh i to  compel tli3 plaintiff to observe sanl  By, law  'I.   To    the best  of *mv  lnowtolgti  and  belief,   the oiily.' drainage  which  oa-ses   tihroii^ili   .said /]<ox   or    'Iuun,  ind -throuarh   said   cte2k and   natural  waU'icourse  is clean   water   ft-om th1  said  side hill *anl swa.mp Lin 1 vvJucli  said water always, effected  its ese.ipa  thiourh  said creek,    and    I    belie p  tliat   there  is no   l.uaet   ipiantiiy oE  water     flowing     llnci*-lc;h   said   cn-ck  than  has     evei     done,   or,   if    anv  mote,  not sufficient to make anv  dil-  ference  wliatevei   in  said   cicel ,  an 1  the   suid   Corporation    at   all    tinis'h  icliise     to    allow   anv Xilth,   lefuse,  niajhl  soil    or    sew������tage to ,he cast  upon   the  streets -or   lands,   ol    unto  tlie   drams   of the  said  city,  and   1  believe that there  is no  such tilth oi  sewerage oi night soil or  refuse    oi  other detetioiating subr-dancc possnip  through said    .box  dtain ot   thioiigi  said  crrok ot   wa-tercoui se.  10     E���������lu'lut "A"   lo  this, my alh-  davif,   is   the    copy   of     flic    Public  Health    By-la vv    above    leferred to  Exhibit  "B"  i���������  the  plan of the said  Citv  of Ladv smith  Svvoin at  the City of Ladysmith, li  C ,   this   30th  day   oi   Mav,    V    1)  1!)0G.  .1   Stevvait, C.M.C.  DONALD NICHOLSON  Mayoi  Mi. Simpson asked Uiat the com t  visit the scene of the trouble, <ui.l  settle for its own mind whelhei oi  not the water complained of tan  through a natuial course  This couise was adopted bv His  Honor, who, m company with CiU  Cleik Stewart, and those present ,-l  (he hearing, made a tlioiough c.xrni,  mill ion ct the drain, and suiiouaiil-  ing ditches, swamps, etc \f( t  viewing the place, His Ilono' stab I  that while the present source ol tin*  water was projUaibiy a natural souin  .if the same tune it.Wus not as iu  would have appeared 100 -years ai:",  or before any houses ihad been built  adjaoeiit,to "it. Iji:..hLs opinion, however, it vvas a.;,-nia'tter that should  be svtiled betvveen tlie city and t-ln*  conipla'i.-j.'i.nt witliout any 1/avvsuil. He,  tliotigiht .the prop'ositicn of .the city  to put in a tile drain as a'temporary recourse was a very good one,  and if it could he done, it would I e  the right way io fix matters. However, he would let the mat-ler1 stand  over for the present, and! ndvisied  both parlies to come to sonic amicable settlement, addiag llm-t law-  stiitu wore-very .'.expansive things and  sta-tlsig that in h.is opinion a little  common sense would pay a whole lot  letter than lawsuits.  CHARG-ED WITH CAMBLTNO.  Toronto     May       29.��������� .Summon.sv-,  charging:  twenty-two  bciokmakers    ai   .  Woodbine   with gambling     -we're    'issued   and   served   -byJ officers, of   tb������  Morality Department. ,., HE DAILY LCDGfR  *-������bli__e���������   ev������ry day except Suday.  ** IHE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION  PRICE  ���������avarice.     Advertising rates on ap-  oHisaticta.  WEDNESDAY  JM1LY     LEDGE iv  ������_ri_r,it-=_1������ *������vtr-  Ktety's  nshlne  mace  Washinglon, .Mav -29���������The lloii-e  Committee 'on Labor nuln.\ autbou/-  ed a favoroblo refx.it on tlie "eight  hour bill Tbe bill provides that  eight houis shall constitute a dn,v_  work m the lnamuaitaring ui t������u\  supplies for the government or in  any work done for the government  in contiacl. lOvery sin.li conn ait  shall stipulate a penalty tor each  day of h\e dollars for e-aoh Jauoi-  ���������i* or mechanic for each ami evei^  ..calendar day ou winch he _hull iuli-  ei  more lhau en_,_a hours.  .Nothing in Liu.s act -jhull apply l0  transportation by land or vvalci 01  shall the provisions and !>upulu,iiui_s>  ill, the act provided ior dial' ^ucii  - contract to be porunmed Li.v wav  ol trauspoi tut'iou or ior such m.a  .-rial us may usually Ue bought m  the  opea inai-k.t.  + T ������������������������ ��������������� 1-  ��������� -fr ������������������ 4- + 1 -*r ���������  i LADYSMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,      OR'GANS    AND HOUSEHOLD      rlJKNI'l  IDD  PROMPTLY  A    ND  SAEELY.  i.fsL'-t  MOI  At    .!.  Stables in the rrar ol the Ladysmith botel  Abbots      f."'rtl  A.    J    W\SKF.TT,    PROP  ^4-4 <-��������� ��������� + ��������������������������� * ������������������ > + ->-*<*4-*-444-!r-i 4**44* * ���������������* " ���������>* + < ,,fM*M' '  The  grates in the  "Sunshine"  consist" of  two pairs-(-i bars), with  short bulldog1 teeth, and  are operated by two  different, shakers  If any part burns out it can easily be removed  by simply taking out a pin. and replaced without  goiting  an   entirely new set.  It's a real comfort to have so many, simple features  in  your furnace���������means   constant ease and  economy.  Sold by all enterprising  dealors.    Booklet free.  LONDON.  TORONTO.  MONTREAL.  WINNIPEG-.  '     VANCOUVER'.-  ST. JOHN.     ���������  HAMILTON.  5fe-wa^M-^Bsw������r_E_)Sj-_'-r3S!'Bi~aT������TE  The Ladysmith Hardware Co,, Sole Agents  SH4VES & B\THS  ���������imi-**���������* "���������**"  Having taK'un ever the barber shop  known as the Ladysmith Shaving  Parlors, I-Iigli St., I intend, by keep  ing competent IvorUnen, to conduct  a fust-class establishment, and ic-  spectfully  solicit, your  patronage.  THOMAS   LEWIS  HOTEL   DOMINION  ��������� I.uU-p !rl.2.r> unit I.fill���������  Pi.. >n    rll i-T.-lll 1)   lli    lal d'-'i H Sl.ll  ri'.ilvr:vy <l.-)-s>*9.     Klectr u eo a every U e  fjiinutea  |o all-jiaitn nl   tbo city.  audi-'ibi*jrn'ii'x-"f:-|!,:'1.  liar.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABUOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVI-'K   IJ, C  Best  accommodation   for   transient ]  ind permanent bonders ���������nd  lodger..  OK AND       HOTEL  This new- Hotel has been comlort-  a'*-ly Iiirnislie.il and the bar is up-to-  il������+p Hates $1.00 a day and ������p-  wvrds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  frlluiili "-���������: :~: :���������-������������������' >-���������' r.aifin_l*Ii  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK    -  and  ��������� WIIITJS   TiABOJt   Employed Only  (Hall Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STRKRT-      Ladysmith.  sti:am he vti:h  Ft-'KNlStl   ROOMS  BAR SUPl'MMD Wl'l II BH.LT  WINKS, MQUOKS, CIGARS  Uni led  Washington, lla,> 2<J.���������Tim mxv.il  appropriation bill vvat, ix-poi ted to  thi senate toda.v Li_ Cluurninu Hale.  The  total  mciea.bc     made     by,     ilio  ' Seuufe   vvas     &*_. 1..1 ,uv.,    ..... .m.^  gvaxu\ total ot slUK.oro.cru, the  house provision ior a powenul battleship equal to tho Knglish .ship  Dreadnought rem-.uiu.Hl in   ihe bill  ���������   ��������� ���������o-   ��������� .   'King Alfonso and Princess 10na are  both descendants of Alary Queen of  Scots,  as is every  monarch m    i_u-  " rope except  the king of   Sweden and  th* Sultan of-.Turkey.  Jan Kubelili's first,ambition was  not "to make a name as a iiiu.Moian,  but as an explorer. Hearing p������������������,*���������.  of Dr.,. Livingstone as a child, h_  was fired- with a desue to emulate  that great'man, but long before he  washout of the.Knickerbocker slj-je,  he showed such marvelous uUnus  with the violin that a life of ti���������wl  was outrof the qoigstioa for hun  ftlinaid's Liniment Co., Ltd.  Yarmouth, N. S.  Gentlemen���������In Janoary last, Fian-  cis Leclare, one of the men emplov  ed' by roe, working in the lnmibei  woods, had a tree fall on him, crush  ing him fearfully, lie was, when  found,.placed' on a sled and taken  home, "where grave fears were enter  tamed for his recovery, his hips being badly bruised and his hotly turned Dladc from his ribs to Ins feet  We used'MINARD'S LINIMENT on  him freely to deaden the pain and  with the use of three .bottles he vvas  completely cureh and aiblo to ecturn  to work: '  SAUVEUR  DUVAL.  Elgin 'Road, L'Islet Co., Que.  want to  sec that history  ot  States."  "���������What J'oi,"  "Well, .Jolninv   -loiies   se/    Clmatie  1 Ualliew son     pitched   for de  Chieagos  A museum founded at Berlin by WIV  ll&B I. ia intended solely for the reception of royal garters. Garters from  the llrnbs of all tbe princesses tluil  have been married in Europe since 18J7 lasl ye.it, an' I want ter see if lu  amy be found in Ibis unique collection ;dl(, "_k.ui.sas  City   Independent.  Snake'* Mia; Meal.  A number of coolies working in the  Gaya district, India, saw a Luge snake  fourteen feet long come out of a tliic-k-  at.l seize a sheep out of a flock -which  was grazing and devour it  Papered. "Willi I'awn Tioketft.  A gentleman iu a London suburb hag  covered the walls of one of bis rooms  with pawn tickets. It is a somewhai  f expensive hobby. Each ticket has been  procured by tbe gentleman himself ia  a legitimate manner, but tbe nrtiulei  pledged are, of course, only of small  value.    Tlio  Peacock.  The peacock is fouutl in a wild statu  In India, Ceylon, Madagascar and many  other pf-rts of Asia and Africa.  Hi-Mini!   SitvliiK������.  In EBgland and Wales about oue In  four of the population has an account  In the Postofflce Savings bauk, In Ireland one in ten and in Scotland one iu  eleven.  Lone Time Wido-ra.  According to an ancient inscription  In Cambervvell church, England, an old  lady named Agnes Skuner died in the  year 1499 at the patriarchal age of 119,  haying survived her husband, Richard  "Skuner, for ninety-two years. Jean  Countess of Roxburgh, who died in  1753, aged ninety-six, was a widow for  seyenty-two years.  Train Stopped  by  Butterflies.  A train on the Central Argentine  railway has been stopped by the crushed bodies of m^iiads of white butterflies.  Oldeat EiikHmIi  Comedy.  The oldest known English comedy Ii  '-Ralph Roister Doister." It was modeled on the comedies of Terence, and  the exact dute of its publication ia  unknown, although it is thought to  have been written prior to luol. Its  author, Nicholas Udall, was ono of tho  masters at Eton college.  Hainan Bones.  In the bones of the aged ia a greater  proportion of Hmo than in the bone-3  iof the young, This accounts for tbo  facv that elderly persons are more lia-  :ble to bone fractuie than young people.  The .Titpnneae.  ��������� Rheumatism seems to be practically  unknown in Japan. A French obsorver  attributes this to the. sobriety of tho  people, their vegetarian diet aud their  great use of water. They not only  drink large quantities of pure water,  but take two or three baths daily  throughout the year.  SCIATICA  CURED  AFTER  20   YEARS  SUFFERING  For inoie than twenty years Mr. J.  'I Masscy, of .'1322 Clinton St., Minneapolis, Minn., vvas tortured hy sci-  iLica. lhe pain and .suueiing .which  lie endured dining this time is beyond comprehension. Nothing gave  '.iiii any permanent relief until he used Chajnherlain's Pain Balm. One  implication oivthat liniment relieved  'he j):iin and njade- sleep and rest possible, and less Ih.in cine hotllc has  encr'lcd a [iciiiiaiicnt cine. If troubled with sciatica or vhcuniatism,  ���������Ahy not try a, 2,')-ccnt hottlc of lhe  Pain Halm ami see for yourself how  i|'uic*l ly it relievos pain. For sale by  (.he I.adysmitli Pharmacy.  ���������_������������������_������������������������__���������__���������������___���������__>__��������� *���������������������������_aMa_M___Mn_M-t ������j.������m-i __*_���������  ~4___S__]  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  A. J. McMUKTRiF., Proprietor  I AbYSM.'IH,   . C  Newly fitted up ami  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  Estjuimilt   _ Nanaimo Railway  Titne Table No. 58  Effectivo  April--20th,  130������.  Trail,  jeave i*<mi}smith  lor   Victoria  and   all   mterihefiiate stations    at  il.lO a.m.  daily, ami at 5:00 p.m. on   Vcdncsdavs,  Satutda^s,    And    Sun-  ilays.  Trains I.-.ive '.adysmitli for Wellington and all intermediate station.'  at ijm7 a.m. daily, and at 7:00 p.m.' on Wtrinesdavs, Saturdavs and  ���������Sundays. J      ' , " *"-.;,-���������'  Kxeursion Tickets ^_^_^>. ,   ' .  1   '' " ()N SALE TO AND   FROM  AM, STATItlV'i   S.^i ntr 03ii-  Sails from Lajysinith for Van..  .. ,      . ...        ,. ' uver every Saturday at fi.00 a.m. and  reti.rnin. sails from \aucou.er.   for    ".adysmitn at 2.30 p.m.  PORTLKND HOTEL  " DA Vin^IIVNn'^,   Prop.  IT l)f__iTKS  CO���������!1������J������TITION  Boaid at rcasonnl-lc  ���������   Rales  Tbe bar is: extra  well  , Stocked  'I hi:,   I Intel  has    bPtii  ci'inpli'tely       renovated.  Hoard  niul lodftinjr $1.00 per day.  HOTEL    PRETORIA  JOHN TT'iA, Proprietor  -: ���������-��������� Ladysmith B.C.  liar  Supplied  with the   fk-st    Wines, 1st Avenue  L-hpiors and Cigai s.  TH6 CITY MHRK6T  j s ���������  R. Williamson Prop  ist, Avenue Ladysmith B. C#  guy. sr  j , Government Stiectr^vj������������������ \~  2.    TranfiCOiitinentalAA  Trains Daily r i\  I The -Nevir". Ttaift    "5  j    ORIENTAL LIMITED  j'��������� "The Train>bls 5        ,  * I_se,  Elegance, .Excellence.  Every  mile z. picture," and  - no smoke to spoil the,  view.  "  , Througli Compartment,. Ob-  I. .seryation - and .Pnllinan Sleep-  ivers;    also' Through ' Tourist''  ] .Cars to Chicago..  I At antic Steamshi*' BuVinesi to Europe  ii our Specialty  .JUnion    Terminals   wilh   all  ;St*amer lines:    ., (  , -north  reservations  by  wirel  I, .Great Northern S.S. Co.  FOR JAPAN   AND  CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail fiom Seattle for .la-  jjian    and CJhina' ��������� ports, at: >'re-  j<f,ueiir dates. 'Exact    sailing  tijates can ,he set\UTe<l  upon application to any. Great North-  ; en. representative.,' ,*,t  lj3.  (5.  YERKES,  |^-     A.O.P.A.",' Seattle, Wash.1  IE.  FL^STEPnp.N, : ���������  ! za,9e!}:  ���������AKS.ta VKtorla, B.C.,.  Low Fxcursioh  Rates  Houn^l 'Trfp.  |4I!ailf szgfiz. Tickets  | ConiV-^fe'on all  {Trains ^^ Train.  V-On Sale,May 2-1, 25, 2fi  s  IrC   New Haven, Con.   $91.03  i .  July 10 to 15. , ,  ' , Denver"      $55,08-  August ,7, S, I).  ' Milwaukee'    $69,70  Sept.  S, t>,  10.  jTlf      Toronto    ' $83;Y5J  i   I-  t  .'Iti  ���������  .,_ . June,!, fi, 7, 2:'   25.      .   :  -July 2, 3,  Aug.  7, S, ������.   . "������  TU ALL  f 01 NTS  Kor particulars  call  on ���������<��������� or  \wrlte E.-E. Blackwood, Gen-'  cral   Agent,   Victoria,  B.C.'  Ar   I).    Charlton,  A.G.P.A.;  .*������----   - N.P.,   Portland, 61 e."'  . .1..  ���������osj,  ���������������������������.���������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������-���������..������������������������������������������������������������������������  i  A "Great   Boot  forProspectors  'They are-'-'all leather, and  made'to stand -slren-Hous us-  aLre in nfine or  forest.'. "  L117. Men's Tan Chip  pewan Veal Kip Pros-  piectors'  Boots  inch    bluclicr   cut,     with  ii     full   hellows  tongue    to  tip, have dbiihle silver eye-  Jots  and  stud  hool-s;     double  sole and slip; standard screw  fastened; slugged hround the  forepart and heel. A corn-  for'tahle as well as a dnrahle  hoot.  Ask for tltom at your Dealers  J.LECKfECo. l!d  VANCOUVER, B   C.  I.KJHTS AMI S.LDK  LICIITS,  +   *   +  Lawyer���������And   what  was  the   tlufcn-  dant doing niiiauvvliile?  Witiiess^-I-Ie was Lei Ling me a funny  story.  Lawyer���������Roiii.enrifer,   sir,   thai    yo.  are under oatJi..  -Witness���������W-t-ll,  ahy way,' In*   waste  ing, hie a  story.���������Sonierv-ille .louiua  STOVES! STOVES!  j  <  we are making HEATERS ancfRANGES of  Litest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  A!J kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Haling in all its branches a Specialty  rw  Ladysmith Stove & IronWorksCo.LcL  TKLEI'lIONE 53 P. 0. Cox -12.  HP^WHISN.  !lr^'!D^N__B|i  11-  S  )  Maud���������1  don't  laiovv     how     to   yet  riil  of  that    tiresome  Mr.   Stay late.  He insists  upon .calling  every     Sim  day evening.  :  Mabel-rHave you   tried eat/ing   onions with your Sunday dinner?    .  Maud���������Yes.      And     every     tii.u-  have eaten them  he has had  a   cold  in   his   head.���������Cleveland   Plain Doali'i  I.-'*-*.*;���������-; j .'������������������ 1 ,-���������-.-. -l\iv_uU_>l''s^  -:.-; .f>-jji.*&-f>&ifes_aX  ^i;.'-''^''-'"'-^^^  ��������� tei'-kfe^fcyif^-  s ���������:>:���������?:4.-ii(.-:.-. ".ritV-iSt-  WM.   MUNS1E,  l'jesident     .1.  W.  COmJIlN,  iManajzim-; Director.  Telephane -1-b. '������"   ' \A  Lumber Co, Ltd,  MILLS   AT   KJDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH���������?" >��������� Wl M������%  Shingles a Speoiailty  MANUKACTiiltERS  OF   Hou^-li and I)re:-iscti 'Fi-i'ii-u.l (.WhI.ii- LiiiiiImm'S  LATHS,   SHINCLE.S," MOHLDINCIS,       KTC,   -of    tin: .i.lI*^T  QUALITY  Sl.'lASONBI).      AND    DltlED     KLOORINMS      AND  I-MNISfllNC  LUMBER IN  STOCK  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  t  4  4  4  4  4  4  I  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  *  '^     NUR&IES   8REEN  M0M"M������g_M������,  HOUSES ^ Vs  ,;������lfl' 'V-to_a0rTR������ftP  . -n". ���������     tin r.)  j^j������o-������.'?      t.  V\NCODVEft.  Headquarters "for----  PACIFIC OROWN Onrden, field  ���������nd (lower SEEDS"  for distribution. ;  Large   stock. _qf. Home  Grown FRUIT and OR-  " NAMENTA^"   TREES  ,now matured for Spring.  - No expense, loss or  delay of fumigation or in-  < spection   \   v-  Let me>price your list  hefore  placing your   order. vJreennouse Plants,  Ejoral Packages,. Fertilizers   etc. ,.  3010  Westminster Road.  VANCOUVER, B.  C  ���������JT:  Are You  Going East  Them be eur'e yoir- tickets rea4   ������U  't&X.-X  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  ���������*  The only  line now   making    UNION  DEJPOT    connections *at ST. PAUL  and  1  MINNEAPOLIS  trains    from  -���������*,���������i  with      thc  'through    trains    from    the     Pacifk  OoSBt. ^     . ,-1,*f  THE     SHORTEST     LINE..TF  FINEST TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  .    v BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,' Cllh ���������  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITv'  and ALL POINTS EAST.  XfFor. complete information ask y  local agent or write,  1    ��������� F. W. PARKER  */< General  tt'*m;"  1    . -> .'-.j] 1  7W 2nd Ave;, Seattle.  -   I i      ~..,'.  , '.'.n.'a era In . ...  Pianos arid  Call oil  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.      +  DUNDEE���������  Scollands Best.  -5-  ���������v.  -Tl  S_| PURCHASERS   AND SMELTEKS OF COPPER, OOI..D A Nl)  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  ladysmith/ b. e.  J, L Smith  Honse Pdintin������ fspecidliy  Organs ..  Ladysmith, B.C  I      HEAP  OFFICE .  I DUNCANS'STATION.  I       Vancouver Island, B. 0.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  General Manager.  Ii.' *sf4*.$.#.T..M.^.M.sM.sM..j...-.> -!������������������*-���������.���������* ? ^..^.s^s^.^.^..l..^s^s5..5..}..lJ.l������^.^.���������t..l"V^.s���������{..���������j.^.sy.^,.J.  | Paper of all Styles  at a  r Big Reduction^ in order  to Clear   L;  UnderJjJManajtrnent  Hotel \VHson  Nanahtip; B!. G;  Jas. R. McKinnel     .  .Proprietor*- ,.      ,  Commercial Mens''head ana r/ters.  Modern  and '    Strictly First  Clais.  .'������������������ JFire Proo!    Buildiag.  FAJIK'S  PATHWAY.  From boyhood, Dr. Nanscn,  tlio P6- \%j  liar  explorer,  accustomed  himself   to  the  use of .siiou'Slioe,s,' aii'-l  would  of-  Uen   go  'JO    and   50 -mile?-;  on     them  jwithoiit talcing    any  food  with hi hi.  had a great dislike to.any outfit for  his excursions.  M'ffliDSfflrs wr to.  Sole  Aficnts for />'. C.  mamma  J.^C. Smith's  Resturant and lodging Rooms.  -HAS  BEEN   REMOVED TO-  "First    Avenue=  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done   -    ���������          -::: prders  Promptly   Executed  S ROEODING    ��������� ~ -���������-   LADYSMITH  i  ������>,. *���������  ful  10..  hi.'-  LPsi  .hi.  ic;..  ���������ii;si  S"-*-  ll,H. I  ait j  iisi,  6^  sor..  0  Jii\  0( .'.  a: -  -JT*      ������������������  it*-"   *  8sG,s  yji  3Lfc  'iii  $1 !_____!__________"  '-mij'Pi ^jj  jX3aE'__g_.zsaf.  "^"���������'EWT  " "" T," '-   : -  . R   SIMPSON  Solleltar,   fit*.  Money  to   Loan  ft.  ArenuV UOYSVI H  I.ADYSMITH    TEMPLE,    No.    5.���������  Kathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  }fellows'  Hall    every  2nd    and   1th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  -> M. of R. <fc C.  -v ������-#---- ���������  /ATE  BL'JK.HS  TRADE MAI-.KS  ANDCOPrR.&H*>  OCTAINEO  ������ Boole "Howtoobtain 1'atents" _T   flBfej.FS.--i  Charge* moderate. No fee till patent 3s sscure-i-  t ���������������*,.... ���������*.:���������.i fidential.' Address,  Washington, D. C  i unargei moderate. l,of6������tillp  [ Letters strictly confidents  [ E. C. SIGGEHS, Patent Lawyer, \  ft*.*-*..*--   ������_J s.   ^..A,_.-_.A  "r.   Dier. can  he found at   anv hm  at   his office on' Gatacre st   His   de.-.  t.i!   work   is  gi-aranteod   to   be  firs*  rl.iss and rates raasonabL?  ft  31  Express Wo&k  LIGHT tl'AMINO  Wood and Bar k for Sale"  'SUB  J    KEMP.  OR LL-AVIO    ORDKKS- Bull  ��������� w.  fit! J  I'lRST  AVRis'UIJ  CARTER,  PHONE  NOTICE  I.ADY5MITM    WATER WORKS  MCXr ELrf"UCfte" l������ Ca" at   the ������'nce     on "���������*"*���������������������������   Street  pay Water     totes, between the 10th    and the 25th of each uunth  Office Hours I P. M. 4 30  11 BLAND  " ; ' SUPERINTENDENT.  Ml ���������  ������������������4~4>��������� ..������..������..������ii>. .������..������..  First Class  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������..������...������..������..������..,.....,.,  ���������..������..���������..���������..������.  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD   and   BARK [  For Sale and   Delivered f  EXPRESS WORK 1  ja^-t-,-^---^---���������-----,.-. _- ...  ^ ,.__-___,���������airr-r , MMa _^__b_i__lu_i _rif_ Vn ���������                         ____ _L  DAVID JOHNSON" !  PHONE 66                         l            LADYSMITH .  Any  Kind  of  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  NEWS NOTES  FROM NANAIMO  Hi*. A. IC. llillH'i't. received word  lafet night from Duncans ol the  death of Air. John lilair aged H.">  vears, who foi many 3ear* has  !)een a lesident of Diiiicans ami  vicinity Mi* llilben wilt leave  011 tins morning's tium viith a casket ior tbe deceased . It ib not jet  Known, when the funeral will laUe  place.  just Field dav.  0TY  - -P-rn-  oeos  AJcxico Cily.   JUa.v    ���������_.;-General Kl-  "..tally   all   foreign     interests  commanding one   detachment  a^ello  praver i'*lAwUuate-na,an    evolutionists    after  r.   .    ���������   4        ���������  - ,'- .|takinS' the   city  01   Oeos  vvas  forced  Iialiburton   Street   Met-I '. .  to   retire   beiore   .1  superior        force.  and  corigr<?yatioiial  Tlie   usual  1       1  meeting    at  hodist  Ckurch        will  be    withdra-vvn  this  week.     The class  meeting     will  be lu-ld    as ' usual    On' Kriday   even.-  The Eagle liasehnll team and the  "Xanitimo Seniors will play a, game  on, the Cricket Jt'icld, Thursday afternoon   at   fi'i-JO, admission 1<1 rc������ts>  Work 01 nil kinds seems to be going on in the. city. it is dillicult  to get small jobs in carpenter work  or painting done without waiting  some   time   .������.   'J be  steamer  Te'-jo   Viken      is  pei tod    to  arrive     ibis  moi'uin;  a   cargo   of coal.     The  steamer  on   board   fifteen   mules    which  lie  used   by   the    Western    Fuel  in   their   local   mines.  Mr. Lewis, a.-i 'American" Socialist  lecturer of considerable abilit3- will  bold lorth tonight on the Dallas  Stl'iaro  Uaiid stifad'  U������  is now  reported   lo have  Vainy  oi the  better class    01    native-,  support the' revolution.  {���������Yuojuent abuses- of power   is charged    to   the     government. U.enerrii  taken j B.inllas  and   General    Castello     and  With the building of tho Grand'  Trunk, tlio Canadian Northern, the  V. V. & 11 and, 01 hoi- Ilill line-.' to  thO'I'acifio  coast'    and   the  development promised    to  Vancouver  Island  U iVjv !>������-��������������� and mil be reiiifoi.ed'  tonight b\ .sover-al hundred good  fight nig men 110m the .steamer lim-  pire ,Cit3. Gen. JSarillas is m the  mountains making ins way to tjue-i-  akenaaglo. lianljas bus with him  a fin* bo-ciy of incked men and he  is ivported to be,,stoudily ivcruiLing  Jii.-s forces. Xo news ha?j be<-u ie-  (eived 110m Salvador'l>ut tlie invading f-brcc should hy ibis time. !>������������������  we-Il   advanced    into  Guatemala  ex-  ror  lias  will  Co.  Ar  ������������������"������������������������������������"���������-.���������.������������������-���������'���������������������������������..������������������.������������������������..���������. ^.^..(>.a���������a,  ������������������������������������������������������������������������"������������������������������������..���������.^..���������..���������..���������..���������.....i.4^..,........,  ������..������.o .������  Til  I  c  WIW  Office  1st Avenue  The members of tbo Celebration  Committee ax- lo lie congratulated jin closing out tne expenses  ;>within the est iiuatecl cost While no  u'gular repot t has been as yet  made it is expected that after  nil bills are paid Ihoie will still  he n  small    surplus.  by tlie C    1  should be   a  to  do      business,   for  many .vears io come.  Messengers     on    horseback    will"' bfc  despa.tcl.ed   irom Oeos ' where     Major  Columbia, I'af-hillo'   hold- his.   forces, and     iroiix  ft ,   lirit ish  good count >-y in which th������ , flying coluniu^ ,01 Uonora.1 Marat any I'ate, lllas who is pushing on to Quet-  ���������/alteiiango, '��������� city of 40,000 m-  lial>itants.     The    cuy is  likelv  to  be  Tbe   line   weather   lias  arrived       at  o  1.1-.I.     A    sure     sign   of  this    is     to  be     seen    in   the    mimbar    ol      I103-S  Inking*   their   1U11I3   plunge    into    the  vvateis   of   tho   harbor..  \-  A large passoii(>ei- steamer passed  down the gull yesterday morningi  lowing      vvliat    appearetl    I o   be       a  disabled collier.  ft  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT NOTICE       DRU i  SHARPENED BY US     ALWAYS     GIVE SATISFACTION  ; "   ���������   PICKS HANDLED A   ND REPAIRED ,   -'"    ���������   e     '  -Sff IPSMITHlNfV    IN      ALL   ITS    B R A NC JIKS .  sKorseshoers and Genera1Blacksmitns.   ;  R.vvRIGHT  Bitlle- Street   -      -    -     -   Ladysmith, b t  -  I.  _���������   f.iini.shing' power  S.  it   i>f the engines  in tbe mill  has.  -., 1 r-  ICE!     IGE!  1  I    Will be Delivered on'.'Mondays, ��������� Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders  must   he in  by eleven o'clock on  dav  of  Deliveiy  Co-'  Limited ���������;  NANAIMO    B. C. ?  JENEKAL LXPflESS AND  ; DELIVEKY  WORK   PROMPTLY   Ot,    '  Leave orders at tbe Abhotsford  D#. R, B. Diei  Soi^eoii Dentist   T  All  work g������--        ceil, and at  reasv.  :   ������' ���������-  rates.  RES]ni:\:|0   AND OFFICE  Gatacre S'. Ladysmith  OPEN   4'i   *i,U. HOURS  J. PIERCY & DO.  Manufactuiers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  - .-,������������������-,: etc; y.  WHOLESALE DRY GOODS  VICTORIA, B. C.  EXCELLENT  I'ho South Wi-lling'ton I.umlijfr   Com  , f-aify have purcbasofl    aiul  arc ahont  lo install   ~ another hoa/v v   engine i\)i*  in   sawing. One  not  proved   to be as reliable us  vvas   <-k-  '?'��������� I ected    and ir   1^ lioing    replaced  1   suit/'  '������������������   Rev A - 1*1 llohorls will leave nn  Friday inorning lo take pliar^a, of  Ins now  paslornlo in   ^'uloria   West.  BETWEEN'  CHICAGO,LOMDOM,  ; HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  Aud tlio Principal BuslziefiH Ceuteraol..  Ontario, Quebec, arid tt^e  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, HEW YORK AND-  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  J'orTlmo Tables, etc., -ddraaa  GEO. W. VAUX,  tunt Oi-n'l russi'iigei- and Ticket Agent,  13: Adams St.I CHICACO, ILL. ���������' '  ���������jsmmmammmmmamm   ������������������  Centoiutial  I.odao,   1.   O   O.   F ,    ou  Aronday nijjhl   clefind    olTu*orsi for tbo  ensuing  km m    as lolloui  Xohli' (Irnnd���������.J    i:ovv)>.il Inni  Xwe  firand���������llflny  McKiMr/10  Fucieiui.v ���������F.   S. Wbifi'siili1  Tioa'-iiiroi*���������-Win    Arc-vv ton  Tbo Reliance ball loam are taking  advantage of tlu* lyoaiitiful evenings,  and are putting in all their spare  lime 111 (Practising in propagation for  tin- game on Sunday iir this 'city,  against   the Ladysmith  JLnlermertia'te.s  K- fi Taylor, tormerly oi this  city 'now a resident of Calgary,  who has been staying1 in ' Nanaimo  for some -weeks left yesterday' for  homo. Mr' Taylor- while here tried  to secure several thousand feet of  lumber for shipment .0 Calgary but  the mills could not supply hin> for  months (o come. Jfis orders could  not be filled at this, time in Van-  con vol* All this speaks eloquently  of the lumber  business.  01 ciip'iod" by    (.eneirnl    Barillas-       on  Wednesday or Thursday.  The revolution, is said-'to be the  niosl ( widely .spread gf-a-ny-.in -the  history of tfiiaijcmaln Foreign planters   have  been   wailing    for     months'  tv-o aides i<*U thc nty by sLra1t-c;\  on May Jl. Tbt-y bought aickc-i-  to El Pa.so over tlie Mexican Cen-  'ii.il: 'J'liej' bourded the night l.ran-  lii.fr^left it several miles out and ii-  Li rnetl here vviiere they , boarded u  lJ'iUniitn c������ir stocked with pn/vis  ions and carrying their .saddles a ml  5| .'cial luggage ' In this car they  ,\ n( over the Vera Cru/ find Toll. iunti-j.ee railroads to Tonnla on  11 i*. I'aeifii coast, theie switching to  Ilia new J'nn American lailvvay,  which now appioaches the 'Oual-  1 1 lalan boundary. Tlu-ir slait towards the '"iiiti-d Stnleri oulwitlcd  th.-      Gnati-malan >-eprcsi-ntatives  bi-i'i*  llcsidi'nl ("liialr-iTialan.s here .state  Ihat the wholi* country is ripe foi  tl e over!brow of Pros. Cabreur, I'm*  ���������se'isoii oi rains tiiis -set ill' nnd tho  lf.afls jut- bad 'in (Jualemahi Tele- ,  ptaphic comiiiuiiicatiun is diflicult  ir mg    to the   cutting    of the wires  (or fiooeral'llaj'illa-i   to     act.-    Prac-on  tin-    Ouatemnlan   side*  BIG  I.LJ  it RIP WAS  CHILLIWACK  'VH K   GUN   CLUB  Jn the future all shoots held under  the auspices of the local Gun Club  will be ut unknown angles. At a  meeting' of tho club members held  last nig-ht it was decided for the  club lo put,up a medal for class  -A .shooio'-s. independent of the one  given by the -jLiominion. Cartudge  Company The first shoor for the  club medal will take place tomorrow aiternopn in conjunction with  the rcgulai medal shoot The dub  has also put up a medal for class  fi shoolers This is open lo all  who have not a record -of 50 per  cut    kills,    to  their credit  On Monday morning between,  and 4  o'clock   an entire   block  J ::30  . .of  stores on Wellmgst on-Street, Chill-  iwack, was'destroyed by fire and all  inat is now lefi oi the central portion,of the town is ^a pile of snjiould-  "1 "  cring   ruins.     Nine    stores"   and-  SUCCESSFUL  A meeting of the Tie-union Commit-  consisting of members from  Nanaimo    Fnrresleis     Home.  1. ^c.  L" 5'-  IjC'sSmt  f'ourt   CJeneial  Kitclicnei  and       Com-  ''p.-inions   ot   ihe    Forest,    will       meet  tonight    at   7 C-  matters   in  connection   with   tbe  Synopsis of Canadian IIonie.sLe-td  Regulations.  Any available Dominion Lands  within tbe Railway Bell in British  Columbia, may be lionicst-cadoil by  any pct.son who is the -sole head o>  a family, oi a������y male over e ^liloon  yeats of ago, to the e^-tcuL of one-  .-.uaitei section of KiO aciei, more  01 less.  Knlry must be made personally al  the local land olliee for the district  iti  which the land  is  situate, j  The homesteader is req.iiirod toper-;        CU13AN   BLOSSOfl  Mi*. .1 .). JUcBain of Peterboro  and his brother . George AlcBain of  Vancouver aio guests tit the ' Wil-  moii I Mr 'J. .T_ McBain stated laat  Might to 'Jlie Herald that ttocy we're'  simply taking * trip around the Island nnd the West in general. He  is very favorably impressed tfita  what he has seen of B C . but,  adds thai I'eteiboio is also a good  city, 111 fact that .ill Canada Is at  Hi  tonight    at   7*10   o'i lock  to      discuss   l*"'-*^���������!   pi o .j.oi oils.     Mr.   Oeorge Mc- ,  An-   tt'1"1    vvas    greeting   old   friends,    he  having been .some  ten    yea*-s  ago     a  "-"' ( 1v.1l   estate  dealer   in  this   city     and  still  speaks a good word for it  IT IS DANGKROUS  TONEGLKCT A COLD  How often no we hear it retiiar Iced "Its only a cold," and a few da5\s  later learn that the man i.s on his  back with pneumonia. This is of  such common occurence that a cold,  however slight, should not be disre -  g;irded. Chamberlain's Cough R e  medy counteracts anv tendency o f  a cold to result in pneumonia, and  his gained its gieat popularity and  extensive sale by its piompt cured  of tin. most common ailment. I  always cures and is pleasant to take  b'ov sale bv   Ladysmith Pharmacy.  DISASRTOUS  [CLOUDBURST  GAR FACTORY  iMaDhfacit.pV.ersb������tlie:Famous.  MILBERT  Dear Mother  --j-.-mil- _���������;.,. J_-a;.i.������_.-_js  UNITED   ANCIENT'    'ORDL-'It   01-���������  DRUIDS  Wellington  Chive   No-  -1   U.  A.  O. 1  Meets   in  ihe I*  11 ���������()  .h'. Hall,  i.*.  dysmitli,    tlie   Second    and      .*Vnti  Wednesdays; of '-ench month, coiuin.i-  ir.g Wednesday.  1.1th.. '1905.  Visiting  Druids,   'arc invited   1e  u  ttud.  Uy Orii.-r  :WM. RAFTER, Uecf Sec.t.v  VATRICK BTTRK. N-  A  NOTICE  Prom     .this date  the   undersigned  will  not  be   responsible   lor  any In  debtedness      incurred except on      ������  written orher signed by the secretarv  Rowland  Maclvin.  V.   I.  EXPLORATION  & DEVRl  OPMENT CO ,  LTD.  Non Personal Ui.bil.'tv  Victoria, B   C, May 18th. "*01  Your liltl^ones are a cotutant care in  hall and Winter weather. They will  catch cold.; Do you know aboul Shiloh'a  Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it has done for so many ? It is said  to be the only .reliable remedy for all  diseases of the air passages in children.  It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to  lake. It is guaranteed to cure or your money  is returned. The price is 25c. per bottle,  and all dealers in medicine sell 3,4  -SHILQH  This remedy should be in every household.  DAY   SCHOOL  Usual subjects taught; alwo language" drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes  or individually.  MISS   BERTRAM,  Ladysmith,   0   (j.  lo.i'in the conditions connected there-,  "with uiider one of the following  plans:  (1) At leaf!I six months', residence  iM/.on and cultivation of the land in  each year for  three years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, jf the  father-is deceased), of the liomestead-  .'L- resides upon a farm in the vicinity of tlie land entered for, ihe re-  i|iiii*cments as to residence may be-  satisfied by such person residing with  the father or motlier.  (���������'I) If the settler has his neiman-  cnl, residence upon farming land own  oil by liim- in tbe vicinity of his home  stead, the reqtiiremcrits as to residence may be satisfied by rasiilei.ci  upon the said land.  Six montlic' notice in writi.v.  should be given to tlie Commissioner  of lloniinion Lands at. Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at. $10  per acre for soft, coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be j.0.')tiired by one individual or company. Royalty at the  rale, of ten cents per ton of 2,00'!  pounds shall l>e. collected on the  gross output.  W.   W.   CORY,  Deputy of'th������ Minister of Interior  None bu   .UnionLLabor.   Employed  fl- J. BOOTH   Prop  Ladysmith bakery  CHOKE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    Cake*   -.iade    to   Order  FRUITS    AMI)    CANDIES  OF  ALL  KINDS.    r-'HESil    BREAD   EVERY    DAY  Prices    are     Very Reasonable.      All  Customers are  Treated  Alike.  HOP  LEE A CO.  ON THE   iSPLANADE.  il  V  Leads Them    AH  IN QUALITY *  R. P.RITHET,  & CoM Ltd  Agency.  Pacific Coast  VICTORIA, :-:  :-:  .������������������B.O.  Reno, Xev., May UO ���������A disastrous cloudburst occurred today in  CoTaconda,   Nevada.  Following t'ne b'-ealung oi tho  ���������ni*e\.* dam in Pole Crook Canyon,  l-luv.* miles above the corral of  the Coliicmida Cattle Co., five  men iu'H' iliovviis.-d and several oth-  eis injiii-i'd . Wlu-n I !i������ dam hi-oke  an iiiiincn-jc voluinc of vvaiiv poured  doun the caiivon e.n-i*> ing s.%oi*v-  tiiing IWon- u Ulu-ii th,- wavo  -truck the-shr-ep corral there w������s  several men shearing* sheep, and ��������� it  carried  tlio -111011. and sheep away.  Xiit a building- ,01 fence )>elong^-  ing to tho. company .was left.'standing. The truck 01' the Southern  Pacific vvas uivderniiii.'d' ivar C.ol-  condn. and all trains are late. The.  il.'iul are throe Me.vicau she.-p shearers, a Chinese cook and an American hov.  bakery were -burned   lo  tho   ground  .': ''  .   /'- -  and if it. had not bet-n for th-e ef-  foits of the Firsjbrigade, under Capt  T Kmg'ht. jr.- the eat ire town  vvouhl have been destroyed  The lollowing is a list of the- places-1  burned.  IV.   I..    Smith's   butcher   shop.  A. C. Hendoison's factory and 1111-  deiiaking   rooms.  R. J. Mcintosh's harness and saddle factor v.  Man Kid's pool 100111 and cigai  store.  Hal.    Chadsey's  barber shop.  . jliorie    Iviiig-ht'a      gents'   lurnisbing  sto'-e.  Mr. f'arvoth's mdinury and 'dress  making- parlors.  Fred Cillandei-'s cigai* store and  paol  room.  Carl Qsi'ossinan'*" _fi*oeei-y '  A l'arkcr's bakery.  Tiie los.-> will amount to and probably exct-etl $30,000, parity covered hy insurance.  The fire is supposed to have orig-,  inated in either . Mis. Carvoth's or  Knight's and, was discowred .by  F.T A. Cawle'y, vvJho at once turned  in'an alarm which broug-ht* tho vol  unteer brigade to the scone in a  hurry. Owing to the dry,material,  it wa* exceedingly hard - job,' to fight  the flanuw, - and ihe firemen' were  handicapped by not, having, proper  fire fighting- apparatus.  NOT IP AS RICH. "lN    \>- j ;;���������������������������  ! AS ROCKEFELLER  If you had all the wealth of Rocke-  lellelr, the Standard Oil magnate you  could not buy a better medicine for  bowel complaints than Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea .Remedy. ;: The most eminent physician  can -not .prescribe a. better preparation: for colic and diarrhoea,, both  for. children and adults. The uniform . success of this-.remedy . lias-  shown it to be superior to alt. others.". It never fails, and when reduced;.yith , water and sweetened, is  pleasant-- to. take. ��������� , Every- family  should-be supplied with it. Sold by  La4ysmith Pharmacy.  _YaiK-o.r-.cr, May -28.-3Er. W. W  B- Mel tines, governor of the Yukon  a "rived in the tily today on his  way    back    lo    Dawson   'from        Ot-  tf.wa.      "His   excellency"   leaves    foi  , t  tie   north on the Princess     Ilea (rice  this  evening.       Gov.   Mclnnes        h������is  I. en .a very busy man siiice his   ai-  .1  n.'al,- having     'many "relarrvcs      and  i   - _  personal  friends     to  see,  besides  the  Ii indreds    who   vv islie-d    to   see      him  in  a  bueiness  sense.      The     governor  i-~ -very well pleased     with the pros-  _"������������������ ctive-results   ,of his   % isit   to    Ottawa, '.where   he was, well   . received  b.v   the -executive,   who.,are     disposed  to  do   -ail    that" is.fair   for  the Vu-  ^iin teiTiroty'.     The new mining.code,  which  was published   in    full  in    The  "World." at the   "time    the    '  giverno ���������  (passed-~through    on' his. "way ���������   ea.sl  was  favorably   considered  "/and       al-  jnostj   wit libut" modification    will    be  ������ nine, law.      iTlie authorities were'1111  ].iess.ed 'with the'iact   that  the   tei-  11 cory    is now established  on a firm  Ij.lsis and must      no  longer be dealt  v ith   as     ii   transiutit     mining camp  'I lie   concessions    question  was     sai-  i-tai.torily      dealt        with      Some  were, cancelled    and     other    holders  will be 'notified   that    they   must   do  lis'tier   or meet     with  the same drastic    ti eatment.  Tbe quailz, lumber, water and  I..ndI regulations were all gone over and modified A miners lien 01-  dinance wa*-. passed Changes in the  civil service weie maijc iii the vvav  (..i 1 eduction and ajiutlftanintion A  host of minor muttDrs were also  dealt! with and altogethor Mr. !\U-  sl tines looks uprm hi.s trip as a vei v  s.iccossfiil  one  In'Seattle he had a chat with the  I romoters of the Alaska-Yukon ex-  I osilion of "1909- Ife was fa\orabl.v  l.npressed with their project and if  Assmecl. that the Mntisb section  v. ill he liropcrly represented he will  fsWOi* the Yukon territory people  dealing hbcrallv with the proiiosit-  nin  AtteiiMon Is called   lo  '.he    tact that't_r  |)|ilvie Floitir mil^Co    Limited,  makers  ol ROYAL   HOUSEHOLD  'FLOUR      have for some ..lint.  past been producing flour In a   Tasijy'  Improved  antf   pirlft   *   * ������rni  hy  the aid ofELECTRICIIY  *nd  baving secured control  of   all ihe "basic patents relating  th������r,  to, take this opportunity of advising  the, public that  any  unauth-    [  orized users of tbe electrical    "owr purifying  processes  wi|i   .<> pu>  ���������ei-iited '.*��������� '   '���������'',  ; . .-���������-.!,.-   ' ���������'  . ���������> <",>.���������}'������������������:'-]���������'''������������������>'��������������������������� ���������-. .-- :���������'>';'' fu\ '  Ogilv'e Flour Mills Company JLimi*ei  are the only millers in Canada is hose    Fl ������������������or is  p ii if i d by tho E'eotcic Prooaas  aorr  to -Yell   It Wor-led   or  Woolea  ' Clothe Are Adulterated.  "Worsted cloths are less often ndulte^ '  ������ted^ than -woolens''and are more.easily  detected. "A. cotton.Worsted is a lie on  tbe face'-f it, ifor the cotton stands out  with prominence 'But''often^ a cotton  thread Ir-' twlste'd -with" a - worsted  thread, and to deferirllrie' its presence  it Is only necessary to take tbe twist  out of, the thread and then examine Its  component parts.     ...  Cotton, having a long, etaple, can be  carded and combed with  wool to b������ ,  spun into worsted yarn. .This Is done  to cheapen the cost of production.  Cotton is carded and-spun With wobf'flDd ..;���������  Bboddy, not so.miieh.to.cbeapeu  the  yarn,��������� for cbttoii.is genei'flll5*"'ns expensive-,'fis  some  shoddies, but is introduced-^ to  give   strength   on::.-.spinning  qualities to the stock.   In rfiauy cases .  j the shoddy Is of such short "staple that  ,i It would  not   stand   the  drawing  in  .  . j ������pi_ning, and,  as It would make the  M, cost ot the yarn too  high  to put  In  ! ���������nougli   wool    to   give   that   lacking  ! Btrength, cotton Is put in for this pur  j J pose. v  11    The "percentage of cotton In a fabric  j can-be   determined'. In  this   manner:,;.;  J Take a small piece of;:cloth and weigh ���������'.';'  ! it. Now boll it foi* flye minutes in a 5  ��������� per cent solution of caustic soda. Take ���������].-  I out what is left, and, if any, it Is al!  I cotton.  The wool will all be. dissolved,  j The percentage of shoddy cannot be de-  i termined except by experience.  ;    A cloth or yarn with shoddy In It is   ;'  -.; easily ^detected'by;its feel,  cioth-mnde N  of all new wool ia softer feeling than '  one containing shoddy, for the latter  Las lost that new, soft, springy  feel  peculiar to wool.������������������American WooJ. and  Ogtton Reporter. fHE DAILY*LEDGER  Ml, Fotos,  That's All  NOTICE.  Mrs. A. L.    Haskins, will sell   Ice  Cream Irom 6 to 8 every    evening  Victoria Road,  about one mile  oul  Local Items  the S.S.  Amur ai rived  from  Vancouver this afternoon for fuel.  Judge Harrison arrhed from  tori* on the noon tram.  SPORT"  Vic-  Ftotice lofontatos  1 1 JL-jLV  JL_>  Road  Foreman  New man, of thc  C  P R., is in  Ladysmith tod*^.  Asst. Sunt. Good fellow, oi   the C  PR,  passed   Uirough  to Nunaimo.'(.  noon todav.  The following Icliei was received  by Mr. Jns. Admin \eMeiday, and  is self cvplanialor\  C urn hei land,  May  26, 1D0G.  Mr. Jas. Adam., "  Dear Sir,���������At the request of  some  of the citizens  of  Lariysmith  a*> r <*  rue to  inrj-uire into    the 'reason     for  Challenge  Cup,   won by     Ladysmith  Cuniliiprland's holding of thc    B      C.  ihis year     I - find thai the fault does  -not  lie with   Cumberland,   but    with  (he B.C    Koottiall  Association        At  Uie lime   lhe cup was won hy  Gum-  The pufal-c  ineetmir called  hy  -May- 'hciland.  there  was  5*27  in ihe tioos-  or Nicholson  for  the put pose of con-   my of  thai Association.   Mr. peden,  The   trial   of    .J.  Haigli, chattel  with   assaulting  a   Ctiiiuinan al   V.\-  lension,   *.=;  to  come  up  for healing  this evening al eight o'clock in   the  Provincial  Court  house.  siderLng  the  holding  oi  a Kiisi     oi  Julv  celebration,     is    to tal-e  \>hve  timght     at   7   o'clock  in (he     1'ilj  Hall.  Mr. P Shepherd, oi Nanaimo, is  today , tailing levels of the spoil  grounds, and will hand in his ic-  I-oit .shortly   to   the  eomnullrc  .    ltfr.* L\ II   Barker, of Nanaimo,    is  , in  the city  today,  having come     up  ^on.thc morning Irain  lo rlei'end     itlic  city  in   lhe action   bioughl   hv   Isaac  'Gould. -  The'**funeial  look   plane  inilay     ol  -Mrs. Dunn [rom(the  family iesidc_V),  -"funeral - sen ices being conducted     at  the house hy   the  Rc\    Mr.    Bo wen  '���������From>vthe residence the cortege   mo  ceeded  to the twelve o'clock    ti.iui,  on route for  Nanaiimo^ ___beie the n-  mains" wore  laid  in  their   last  irrl-  itig place      Many mourncis followed  tlie casket    to the tram and accom-  ^pariied the body  to the Nanaimo   Cc-  iiietery. .   o   Say^'the Colonist.���������John Hertford  of Alberni arrived on the stage last  night  and this  morning  will  proceed  'to Vancouver, where ihe is lo meet  a young -lady tioin Scotland lo  Avhom he will be married on hei   ar-  ' iival in Vancouver, says the Nanaimn  Herald.    Mr. Redford is a  veiy, popr  " ular man in  ALUierni*- and Mcimty, ijc.-.  .ing one of the memlbers of the  Stratthrona Horse, which did such  good service during the South African*1 war. '  v V PUBLIC MEETING.  Notice is hereby given thai a Public Meeting will be held on Wednesday evening, May 30, at 7 o'clock in  the City Hall, for the pmpose of  discussing the advisability of holding'a celebration in ladysniilli nn  lhe First of July, next.  D.   NICHOLSON.  Mavor  .of Victoria, a menibci of the A,o-  .sociatKJn, said that medals would  ���������i/c Ibtought with that money lot the  winning team.  It is now about thiee yeais. ago,  and tbe only word oi notification  Cumfi^erlaiid has iecei\ed since, is the  demand lo hand o\cl llic cup 1/j  Ladysmith. Now, all wc ask s  ami probaihlj you, Mr. Adam, will  use your jniluence towards getting  it. Let t'he association get those  medals that rightfully belong ,lo us,  and the cup will he gladly handed  ou'i, but until ouch time as we get  I hem. we will continue to hold the  cup as the only thing wc rune to  show th.it it was won, yes, and won  honoiably-by a team that pioved  tlicmsehcs second fj,���������> none 0n the is-  luiid  Hoping    that    something  will     he  done m   the ne.ir Inline,  I   icin.nn,  Yours tuily,  "ALEX   AIAX'WHLL  B.vsior, Vl.I.  \inL-iiLsin lA'.igue,  I'biljiilclphifi 12, Uo-si,,,, |  Cleveland .*', Si. Louis n  Xi*w   Ynik .").    Washington  *_.  National   Lcitjuu  l'itlt.l.iii*a    :.     limokl.vn   S  Knsi i'i h  League.  Toriin/u    ���������'!      I'm hi'sloi*  2.  Ball niioii     I   *Pi*o\ ldi-nce   I  TUnnli.-al    '2.   Biiflulo    M  New ai k    (>,   Jei*si*,\     I'll*,    7.  LITERARY NOTMS.  Tenders for Steel   Rails and Fastenings and  Railway Ties.  Sealed   tenders^   addressed    to    undersigned    marked     on the envelope.  '-'Tenders for Steel Rails,'  "render.0  for    Railway    Ties,"  '"Tenders      io)  Space Baits," "Tenders for Bolls'    :������  Nuts,"    "Tenders    for Spikes, '  and  "Tenders for Nut locks"  respectively  will be received  at  the office ;,f  the  Cominissioneis of the Transcoiitincn  tal  Railway    at Ottawa,    until     J2  o'clock    noon,    of  the 7th' day     of  June,     190(1.     for     sixty-live   thou  sand ������05,000 gAtfs    tons -of    eighty-  pound (SO Hi) sUeel ranls<(opan.heariih  oi   Besseinei,  at Uie option   of    thf  commissiont'is)      and   thc   necessary  fasttninas,.  ,and for one million,   five  bundled  and  forlv-fnc thousand,   (I,  5 l.'i.OlO)   tail way  ties,   in strict    ac  coidancc   with  the specifications     of  the conimissioneis  Trndcis must l/c* made on the  foims .supplied by the Commissi',<neis  wliicli, ;\s well as 1ho specifications,  may he oh lamed on application to  Hugh D. Luinsdcn, Chief Engineer  Ollawa. Out, or to A. F. Dou-  cet, District Knginoer, Quebec, P ().,  or ti A. I*] llodgius, District Engineer,   Kenoi.i, Ontario.  Full infoinialIon .in reg.ud io rtoli-  \ cries, (|j-anlitics for which tenders  will be leceived, and also as to the  ol.h'M conditions on wihioli koiider.siiaiu  made, i.s given on form of tende'i. A  sample of lhe nutloek rendered on,  must ai company each tender foi rmt-  locks  I*aich steiKlec niu&l be signod and  sealed by all paities to thestender,  and witnessed,' and .be accojmpanieid  hy an areeplrt*! cheque on a cliar-  Icrcd lan'i of the Dominion of Can  ada |'.iv,iljle to ihe Commission-rs  of the 'rr.inscoiiiineiilal Railway foi  a sum espial lo I en per cent (K1  per cent ) of the, .amount of the tinder.  CIu-Vics deposited i,by parties whose  I ndei i< injected'will he retuiwd  v itrlii.ii teiiMla.s after the signino of  Hie cont i act  The ilight is reserwd  lo rejoci anj  oi  nl! 1 end.*is  IIv order,  P. K   IIVAN', Societalv  Tie  f'omiiii*v,sir.riers of  the Traiisron  lint'iil.il   Railway.  HnlMl ril   Oftiwa,  Af,ay  li),   lOOfi.  -^-^*a^.-J-'_rt:5a'^s_S_?  -_.-M  -���������_.  ���������Aaotlier Sunch of���������  Ties  By Express to-day and thc> are simply  Brautles every one of them. If this lot  _uds as quick as the l������-.t o.-is \ou wilj  have to _-et right in line----This lot consists ot--���������  BRITISH TUBULAR  No Seam, madesspsciaify for  lha double Collar, every color imaginable :  5Cc. Each  ]������[/ DOIIIill?   VMS  1st. Aycmie, Lr^.jnttli, B. C.  !?. f. Riiirifr Prop.  MANUFACTURER OF  CarhonaU'd Heveragcs,  dinger   He e r  Fruil Syrups  P.   O.   Box   24 S  Holiday Season  .���������������������������������������������-.������..������..���������..  TUBULAR MOHAIR  1  You can tie them in a  Bow or Knot, all new  Grades  35c. Each  ���������!������������������������������������_������������������__������������������*_������������������*���������_���������������������������_������������������_-_���������.   r-llMIMW���������i  TUBULAR  WASHING HE  New Colo/ings in this  Season-Prettier than  ever  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������  Coal     Oil   Engi.es  .���������  ���������  ���������  9  *  9  *  *  *  *  *.  *  *  *  *  *  x  *  *  *  9  9  9  9  9  9  For Launches, Fishing: Boats, Etc.  Stationery  Engines  for all Power Purposes  Simple, economical, Reliable  Absolutely no danger,.  ���������  ���������  We show a large assortment of Dainty Novelties  in up to-tlate BLOUSE WEAR, also a large stock  Of ^ : ' " .     '    '  Walter* &  Akenhead  _  fo Electric Spaiters or,Bat- |  teries t  to   p,fc(   oul   of Ol.lCl. ���������  Write us foi 1'iirtlciiliir-i   Rochussen & Collis  7 Yates  St.  Victoria, B. C  ��������� Machinery   Agents. a  ���������������������������������������������   **********   ���������������������������������������������  and  DRCSS 000D5  Attractive StyiesEconomical Prices  SiM( N LELSER& CO Lut  I'Ok -  Tennis Goods  Lacrosse   Sticks  -ANf>-  ���������   Base  The M.ioniillan company \\\\l sliml-  puljli-sli an "Antholofty of    Krencli  GLASS     GLOBE S  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  globes without the rnbjhjer ring  cannot    Iveep   out water, you  caa    see that    by  examining  them.      The artificial    flower  that is put into the    globes  with the rubber rings, is g;uai  an teed to he the best, arul   if  you    want  a globe   with     a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X   Jones, agent for  HeNRY     CREW,  I  The  only  get  place you can  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C. for the  Preach Wreath Co., of London, Pans, Melbourne, S.A.,  Cor. Comox Rd. & Milton St.  NANAIMO B.C.  Poeftrv, F10111 (lie Time of Iroissatt  op to t-h-r* Beginning of the Piescnf  C'enfuiv." which has been compiled  by I'lOiIeiick Law ton The voluni"-  clairns (o he fairlv iepreseiil.ali\c oi  French portic literature, eslipci.ill*.  ot iff. lyiii.il element, fiom tin* .,������  of \'illon clown to I he beginning "i  0111   o"wn century.  The scene of "The Wav of th.'  Oods," -lohn Lullici Long's new novel, is lawl in the 1,-eaiitiful land of  "Madaiw Butterfly," and in the  heai I of the Lady TToshil.o, "Dieain  of a .^tar " She is la\ed in the my  and sorrow and in\story of tho easi  where Mr long is, more than anj--  where else, at home The novel,  which the Macmillan fomiiany announces for early issue, promises io  l;e one of the most enthralling, |)(yig-  nant and romantic talcs from th"  pen of the author of "The Darlirm  of the Gods "  NO'ITCK.  Fn-e Alinei's Licenses evpire on 31  f .Mar. An/ holder wishing to re-  ���������v   Ins   license should   apply   to J.  vawait   before the alhipvc nicntionefl  dale.  WANTED-iBy a young woman, .1  po-sition as mother's help. Good  cook and Uioioughly reliable Apply at  Ledger Office s3.  NOTICE.  r,' Wong Cliing kee, have purchased  the business, tools anil fi\l,uics of  Chung Kce's slioi making csla.lilish-  menl,,' Ladysniilli, and thai all persons having any clainis against tin?  said Lining Kee, imisl come u,nd make  that chum lo mc on or before (he  'iist day of .June, 1906/ and Thai. -1  will not /be itsponsuble fm any claims  oi debts of, the said Chin.*, Kee aflei  the first  day  of   June,   IflOC.  (Signed)     WONG CIITNG KKE.  Ladysmith, 22ricl May,   100fi.  it  Ball Outfits   WRITE     '  J. BARNSLCY& CO.  VICTORIA, 6. C.  *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������..'ANTED.���������A  'strong  girl   for    general housework.     Apply  New-  Western Hotel.  Smoke  U  g li. Cigttrs  fvl uia rd  cians.  Liniment  used  hy  Physi-  PIPES  Guar an toed  not  or crack, for  inn 11  J-'iom   Ladysmith to   Nanainio    per  Steamer Joan.  FRIDAV,JUi\Eist.  Under  the auspices ��������� of  (he   'Ladies'  Guild of  the Church  of  I'liigland.  Round Trio 5oc, --- Children 25c,  Minard'is  Liniment-, is  man's P'riend.  (hi*.   Liiiii'hi'i"-  =rVery Tender, Little Neck "^  SAAHICH CLAM  These Clams which are Canned at Sydney, B. C. are already cooked  and it is only   necessary to bring  them to a Boiling, Heat  -������������������and Season to Ta.ste   3 Tins for 50  BLAIR   &   ADAM'  35 cts.  ���������AT-  lilH BOOH m \  i  NOTICE.  .1,  the undersigned  Jane McMillan,  admiuisliatrix of John J high McMillan,    deceased,    hereby     give notice  that I intend at  the next sitting of  the Boaid   of License Coiirnnssioners  foi  tho    district"of South Nanaimo,  to Lc  hohlen   at  Lad}smith  on     the  loth day of Jiiiu*,  1000,  to make application   to   that  honoi.iblc  body foL  a  lunsfci   of thc  hotel  licenses     to  sell   intovicating   liquors   undei      the  provisions  0f  the  Statutes  on     Ihat  behalf,     in     the. piciniscs known and  desenbed     as  the  Tunnel  Hotel     at  Extension,     British  Columbia,    fiom  the said    J dm  Hugh McMillan     to  Alexander  J.   McAIill.ni  ���������ia\'e McMillan,  Adniiniptialriv 0f -L>h��������� i rui-i.Ii McMillan.'  Granite and Maib-e Works  Granite and Marble Mofni-  nfciils, Tablets, etc., at tlie  lowest t prices consistent  wilh first scl.\ss stock and  workmanship. . Write for  catalogue.  "A.   STEWA'RT,        l  1 IS Vates St." Victoria  B.C  9  ������ififPifPTfPTir������irTiPiinirvirTffr TiPifPifnipfTPTfrTfrTfrvfrffrffnTnirBe  1 Notice i  A. Huwcof ChemalnusImtMipencd the Mentnurk  Ut.-lv run by W. Ward, on Ri.bcrth 5tter. ������>t'.t ���������  lull line of First Class Menu ���������     ������������������      .      _ ��������� ���������  fork and Sausage a Specialty ��������� I Trial  : A.  HOWE Phone 2=0  MEAT   MARKET  _a_____HBSS__e  '������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������A  RAYMOND& SONS  ���������Dealers  in���������  Lime,   Plaster  Paiis,    Uriel-:,  Fire Ruck ami Vancomei island ccmcnl.  3 Pandora St.  Victoiia R.C.  ^^^______p__j___B08_  BARGAINS IN WATCHES  Wc have marked   in Pl.aiu Figarcs the'Prices oT our���������  Waitham, Elgin and other American Watches  Ma Great Reduction Gail and sue tiiem  i  B. FORCIMriER  Walchmake'r, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE LADYSrilTH  i���������__���������__������������������__���������_���������aan__i  _st3i?___a_.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<������������������������������������������������������  >>**������**+9*+*999+****9*0  ���������    For to-xiay we have a Iflfjje supp'y of   in Fresh and Tasty Cuts  [���������������������������Till*������������������_WWM���������_���������li*���������_���������������������������������������������������������������I_Mt���������_���������^������-������������M���������������-MWMMra���������MlilM������T-*_IW������.1p __|| !__���������_������  PANNELL and'PLASKETT  1 *-*************** ������������������*    - >'*9***999*  9  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  :  9  9  9  9  o*  9  *  <?  ii  <.  4  **\  r   FORSALE  Eggs from. Pure Bred Stock  Al! Birds Trap Nested  No Inferior Layers Kept  Rarred,, Bufl and White Rocks  White Wyandottes, White and Rrown  Leghorns.  $1 Per Setting  $6 Per Hundred  R. STEWART,  Bo\ 2BS ���������       Ladysmith, B.C.  T have just received a shipment ol  Hills'^High Grade  tlVGLISH TOBACCOS  and  CIGARH1FS  aDR~UG  STORE  Sporting Goods  Just anivert���������tfce best line of���������  Tennis Goods, Baseballs,    .  ;       Bats, Qloaves, Etrc.  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIHITED  Now,is Sjiiinn; cleaning time. .Coat  your walls with  Church's Afafcistiiic  Will nol, nil)  olT.     A per feci, and saii-  il.iiry wall cnatiiiir, .snlil  in . ,���������   ������������������  50 & 25c. Packages  AIsq paint your woodwork     with  "Pyramid Brand''  of  Paints.     The |,estin   the  niarl-et,  only  $.1.75'-Per Gallon..  Wc also carry a  large line of  Fine Varnishes  Enamels,     Brushes,     Window Glass,  Room and Picture Mouldings,  etc.  Try a gallon of out  Granite   Floor  Finish  1 to   preserve  your   Linileunis.      Bring  vour pictures to   be framed   to  fi.  KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  THE FENCING GIRL    , FOR  33 fftite if 11 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  ___���������____���������������������������__������������������_���������_���������__*���������������������������_���������___*_-_���������_M_^_W__V  The Drltisb (olimbid Soap Works. Vicforia Ei. (.  -s. P.S.-���������Vie will mail you free ���������i.ne  ol  our Premium Lists on  aPP''c''ition.  S^WH^**^^*^^*-*^^ * ������/^^^^^>WWAM<VW  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST A  VttNUE. ........  Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  Plumbing and  DONE AT  Reasonahle Prices  '." Hy- -".  J. ANPERSON  Leave orders at  Peterson's Furn-  tiire Store, or telephone No 53.  "You ������ay  there, wasn't.a dry   eye  in the house?"  ; "N0t one.     But the throats    were  something fierce;"���������Milwaukee   Sentinel.  FOI^THK NICEST  Ice   Cream  Milk Shakes, Soft Drinks  Candies,   Fruiis, Tobacco  C igars, etc,   , V    X  CALI,: ON * $  WL  GARTER, I  FIRST   AVENUE |  t      Parlors for Private Parties;     J  ������������������*-���������������������������-��������������������������������������������� 4 -M--M- 4-������-f-M-������"f4-M-*-������-  I!  Try a Province Cigar.

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