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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger May 29, 1906

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Array f ._*:,sM.Vd A&  \j~r>  LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.  //Ji  WlAY 30 1906  A -     ���������  The  EDGER  TUESDAY  Mav   20,    190C.  PRICE   FIVE CENTS  VOL.,2  tmiuk  HUGH 10-  MOBROW NIGHT  KIM or  II TRIAL  01  Tomorrow evening at 8 vVclock at  the Provincial Court'. House -J.  Ha4gh will be brought before Justices ot tbe Peace Matfocson and  Stewart changed with .having) assault!  cd a Chinaman named Sam, on Wednesday, May, 23rd at the Extension  mines. k '0  Mr .Russell Simpson has been engaged for the "prosecution. The alleged assault is said to have taken  place, as the result of on altercation  ibetween the whiteman and ,,, the . Oriental and the latter claims that ho  was roughly handled.  According to Scotch law, as just  expounded by Judge McKelvie,      of  Le>ith, "if a woman requires to    be  ehafitiaed the husband should take a  strap to' her and not use his hand."  .The.   .occasion ol this weighty pronouncement  war the appearance before -him' of one Patrick McManus on  a charge of' having assaulted      his  wife.     McManus  knocked  her  down  with bis fists and kicked her in the  side at she lay on the ground. Ignorance of <Jie law is usually held -   to  he no excuse, but apparently it sufficed In .VIcManus' case, for alter admonishing him to give-Uie preference ,  to tlie strap hereafter, the magistrate  discharged him.   English justice has  long been remarkable for its leniency  to wife beaters, but now Scotch justice, it seems, takes a still more merciful view of their offence.   In both  lands a man is invariably  far more  punished1 for poaching, even  though  He eatches no game, than he is for  thrashing  his  wife, however  brutal  and  unprovoked  the assault ���������Philadelphia Inquirer.  Horse racing had its devotees in  the southern state; long) years ago,  for even Abraham Lincoln was a  staunch supporter of the free-for-all  stages.   '   o '   ACCUSE  JAPANESE  . Washington, May 28.���������Eastern  mails bring news of friction be-  t wean the B'.nglish {merchants and  i Ik- officials resulting from the  dutViilty experienced by tho former  Jit obtaining access to tho inar-  li-is    of Manchuria.  It   ia charged    that the     Japanese  seized  tho   opportunity   afforded    by  their     military      oa*upan<\j     ol"   the  country to  concentrate  trade   in  the hands   of     their    own  merchants    and   that   nol   only      is  the    country    gutted    with     "goods  brought in by    Japanese   to a point  that    makes   it    practically   impossible  to    find  openings   for    European  goods,    but that through their   control     of the   transportation     routes  in Manchuiia    and Korea,  the    Japanese   officials   are able',  to   discriminate   again"-!   traders   of other nationalities;.  The Hannay case jesrerday was  postponed until the fall ns.si7.os.  The accused ,\Vm. Hannay wns. present with his -.witnesses ready, for  t'ial. At "the" last, session of the  Vanaixno assizes'  "'before -Mr.      Jus-  '    5������    -A  tiec Martin,- the point was raised  by the accused's counsel, 'Mr. McKay  that when Hannay was first arrested in Ladysmith he had a preliminary examination, and was released  and on the claim that new .evidence  was discovered, was at a second examination, before two justices, sent  ap for trial. That this was -virtual  ly causing him ,to be tried lhe second time for tlie same ofiencc. Mr.  Justice Man.tn took this under advisement ami adjourned, Ihe case'  Hannay being 'meantime "released  on bail.  -'Although since the last assi/os Mr.  Justice Martin hnd-gi.icmthe opinion  that in spite of the obiect ion' of the  defence the prisoner should stand  trial, he had filed no decision on the  question in such form as to make  it a coii'*t ruling His Lordship, Mr.  Justice Duff said it would be legal for him to make a ruling at the  present session in accordance with  his brother Martin's opinion but  it was possible that nitei going  thoroughly   into   Ihe   question he  might differ in .opinion to that iiuige  and in consideration of this,it would  be , inadvisable % .r to putsue . that  course. If lie ruled on Mr Justice  Martin's opinion it would go on 9e-  cord ns his ruling"'" "and." this  would      not       be    ' propei The  case was then by consent .adjourned until the fall ns-.it/es It will be  recalled that the chaigo against  Hannay is that he took from the  person of. a -miner at. J.adysmith,  when assisting him home, when sick  or. intoxicated, the sum of Stl5 00  or thereabouts.     ^  Hannay-was* released   on a bail ol  S100O,  S500.   by hiuiseir and      *?2">i������  each  by   Jeff  and   Geoige _ Tin mm \  brothers of the accused   o   STREET CLEARING IS  DISCUSSED BY COUNCIL  Considerable Money May be Spent This Season  On  Street  Clearing Although No  Definite  Steps Have Yet Been Taken in the Matter  Protection  For Shade  Trees Discussed^-Tender  JRe Clearing School Grounds-^Mayor Will  Call Public Meeting For To-morrow  /'.  IYER HAYWOOD  TRIAL IMS  PUCE TOMORROW  Seattle, May 28.���������-Robert T lteid,  superintendent for the Western Un  ion left lust night for Caldwell  Idaho, to prepare for handling- th.*  press reports .'that wilt be sent out  of the Idaho -town during the Moy-  er-Haywood   trial.  The Caldwell ease is to open Tuesday, when it i.s expected a motion  for a change of venue will In; determined.' If that is denied it .is anticipated Ihe trial will bo commenced almost 'immediately. If the  court gives  permission    for  a   tr.iivs-  TELLUS WILL  TIKI SICK  IM TO Nif  TO WORK  COAL LAND  WOULD BE  .,.    ���������, .      D.  C.  Cor-biti has   started work  on  all of   the  his COal  P"-,oi'-:rt,J!gs   10  or   12     miles  ' south *of   tho  Canadian  Pacific  railway,  near    tho Crow's Nest    Company's  holdings  in    East  Kootenoy,  B.C.     Men    have  gone m to    ciect  quaiters,  and a ciew  of miners, will  soon be at work.     This  season will  sec    considerable  preliminary,' work,  and perhaps .some installing of ��������� (machinery.  , Mr., Corbm  has  U>  oi    17  srtniaae    miles     of    coal land  under  lease.        The character of. the   coal  will not 'he known" until  it is developed.,   Some of it  promises  to    'be  a ,good cooking pioduet,  and    other  seams  give  promise  of  making.   excellent steaming coal  .    "J  donot,look  for any  difficulty  aT_[IST^)XxIO' ������V|Cr my  'oascs honi  the recent   nil-.  ' ing of   the supreme  court  ofHiitish  Cohnnibia in the case  of licenses  for  disputed coal   lands, near  there,"   he  said.   .        ."���������;���������   v  STUMP PULLER  While nothing ilel'Jiite wns done" at  the council lrj t even.mm' rcg-flul'ms tho  employing of the stumping machine  owned i.y Mr. W., Ford, who was in  Uue city yislirtilay, it is r.rc\l Itlyle  that the machine will l.e engaged lo  do' several days' work in the citv.  and. p p|.ib'Jy "will lie here for a  'month.       .    -,  Aid. Uren who hud be.n out with  Air. Fowl yesterday looking over the  grotnd to 5,io cleared by the cily  near the school house, reported that  Mr. Fotd li.ul stated that the cost  ol .the machine, with five men im-  ni.sh.cd, vvoiild Rte i������ the-ncigh/^orhood  of 1.10 nei day Mi Ford Iwvl isaid  thai ..Abu! two d:vs' work would  clcai Ihe plot examined yesterdav  It would net, hovvcvpi, nclude thr������  huiniiiir 0t the I ivsli which would  have lo le dow hv the citv M  pieflcnt ihe matlune is engaged at  CassuVs Sidino, and will not Le  a I He I'"1 v.0)!. hpie ftjL another mont.'1  at  least  It vva.s si-g^slcd that as" thc  ���������school tuistes weie apparently ma  huirv to have -the work done, a  month would be too long lo, wait,  but, this, ,in the opinion of the ma-  mi itv,-.was^nol^the- rase^as in -four  weeks the holidajs .commence, anfi  it was pointed out that the wot.  could he piotefdod with to a bettei  a'dvjiit^l' wlifm itlieie wasVo school,  as tliere would l>e no children thcrj  to liiteifcie with the work- And  then, too, it was thought that 'as  the Mumps, bitisli, etc, had lain  thetc f i several }p'arsi one month  longer would not hint anything, especially if hl>- waiting the work cOi'iLtl  be done much cheaper bj employing  ithc macilunc than (by hand work It  was " thought that it could  }o dene foi at least seventy dollars  vvth  the  help  oT the  stump    pullei  This   iLiouiihl     ii|i  the question  oi  how much (heaper   the work    could  etl.    The. Mayor   was  of   Uie^ opinion  trees.     lie   had   l,<*en asked  by    one  that "by   only    attacking the, heavier ,of   the ratepayers  what  protection a  stumps with llic machine, aril -f.net>  ting them out oi tlie way, utamy  (iti/.tn-r would then l:c encouraged to  go abend and "take out the , smaller  ones in front of their properly. In  this way it would not 'l.-c a fti^at  while Ihefore thc city would l>e  much improved ' in apipearaiicl*  On a motion by Aid. Cainifjcll,  srccJii'led by Aid. Urcn, ths \ m,attei  of. engaging the stump pullei", waft  lai-tPover until such time as iMr.  Ford was at ti>l_ei ty to vvor'.-: hsre.  Motion carried.  THE LAWSUIT fe  Mayor Nicholson .hrouglit till the  ���������''���������estion of the lav4������������it whjcli is  |e I'iuij; against the city, in'f which  Mi Isaac Could is sueiiig for daitiv  a-is.s to the amount of ^00, and  also asking loi an .injunction res-  tixming th-e city fiom draining water onto his premise. ' His .worship  stated ttia.t as fai as he 1 aiew Uieie  was no cily scweiage being drafted  on the piojcrty of the com.plaii_i.nt  lie himself had seen to if Muat all  diains kiaduig, to this property had  Leen stopped Moie than, this, lu?  had asked Mi Gould permission to  l������ss_alloi\ieit|to la>_ pi/es;- or jt-^closed  in dram through Ins inoperty, which  permission had been refused Iby Air.  Gould It was iiinarl:_d ilhat Mr  Cfotild evidently had a grudge against  the citv, and it was up to them to  deiend   the  case*  \1.1    famiVieil   j-latfljl  lh.it he,  in  cempanv with  Aid   Sptn-'e, had   ex  iicrson had if they set out shade  trees in front of their property. The  (,'uestioiier had staled that at present it was frequently .the case where  pickets wcre torn off fences) by careless driving of - some of the tcam-  .sleis of the city, and while he  would li' e to put. in trees, he did  not think it advisable until he ha*tl  iecoiir.se ol some kind in case they  .\ de .demolished hy wagons rimii. n������-  into or over thnm. Aid Campbell  asked for Ltiforu(aitiLon on the f\\:>-  ,;cct, stating that if no "protection  was alieady 'included in the bylaws  of the ci-ty, he was of the O/puiiion  llnvt some s<leps should be taken as  it wias au'omaging citizens toiheiaii-  lify .the city, and ho wps of the opinion that the council should (give  all the cncoiilavement they possibly  could.  ll,is Worship replied that he  thought the street fcylaw covered  this point, and referred Aid. Camp-  1*11 to same, Thi-s bylaw has not  us yet tesn printed, but may be  seen  at the City Clerk's office.  PUBLIC MEETING  s  The Mavov stated that ihe had It^en,  rallies ted by several "citizens to call  a public meeting lor .the purpose of'  .iscfirtaiiiHWR. the feelings of the criiti-  ens regarding the holding of a eele-  hration iti Ladysmith on the Fiist  of July next. He would like to  have the opinion of the counciL rtn  . the matter. 'As far ,as he was oon-  |corned,' he  would  like to see  a cele-  .'     , . ... , ICCIIILNI,     lie     ������<.mii,i     ilni,     .���������    j^,,    ���������   amiiied  thc  piopoitv  which is claim-    , ,  ,, ,      ....... ,.  .        '   ,  ���������     ,   ,   ,  ,.���������������������������   ���������   ' hration, and  dii -not think he wtould  The collier Tellus is exp :',.-ii -n  )ort uhis afternoon and will take on  racked ' coal lor Nome.  This will he the. first shipment oi  sacked coal inotth this ycai uui-i_  by Uie Wellington Colliery o, /.n 1  will consist oi soiuething over 3,000  tons. As was staLed yesterday' /,!;.  i������', Ifawes^ has 'jejn apjuiuL-ii us-  oiirsing agent at Lat/<iuilli fi-: t1.:  Pacific Navigation Company, and his  duties -hi this rapp-citjy will commence today with u)ic Vi,ad.oj; ot  the Tellus.  ������������������ The Tellus   is  Uie  ship for    which  . twelve f.iien    arrived   over ia    week  for oi'the hearing   the telegraph   ������i-.ago, and  who   have been  ' -slaying at  ficials   will have   *o  immediately en-' "       ������---.<"'-.��������� ���������<��������� ���������-   ������������������-"���������->  larg������ the offices in some othoi  town. In the meantime additional  temporary quarters will be secured.  Heporls made to- the. Telegraph  o'lieials show that fully 2(K\.O00  words of press icports will be sent  out of Caldwell daily- Ii' lhe trial  proves more sent sat ionnl that even  the preliminary reports indicate the  volume of business may be increased, but the estimates are for a  most  remarkable  business.  The Associated Press alono has intimated to the Western Union that  it may provide a maximum report  running 40,000 words. Thih covers  a report that may have to be sent  io   both     morning and    evening  newspapers * as .sensational features,  including verabtim reports' of testimony, it will be by far the most  complete single report ' sent out of  Caldwell, but all the other news associations will have big reports of  the trial.  It is expected all the larger news  papers of tbe country will have spec  ial correspondents at thetrial. In  addition "magazine and special waiters as' well _H3'correspondents, for  w'eel.l.v publications that have "no  news service or are particularly " interested in the case,    will file copy- by  telegraph.  In a news way the case is regarded as a criminal hearing oi the  widespread interest" of ttoa Molly Ma-  gnires, or the Haymark������l. anarchistic riots in Chicago.  the A'bbol-foid awaiting the arrival  of the whip in port.' "They will form  pari c4f tlie crew, there being u'loe  engineers, 6ne mate," two cabin Kjb  and six able seamen  in  the     ��������� ���������  ���������  Tug Salvor passed Covv.chan C!������tp  (his morning at ten o'cioi*. haw:;  in tow the big German sieamei lua-  lipchon, which was stranded at FaU *  Hay, Alaska, and repn.t������"'*xl le\i'\rarv  for tlie voyage soutii sit Junea'i ������������������''he  will  be  placed  in drjd.nk at i's'jui-  nialt.   o   WILL BE  RE-ELECTED  id to bs damai.ved, and��������� had' been tunable to find anv sew rage All tho  WM-tci scon was n lining through a  natural coiu.se, and appeared to lhe  perfectly deal As far as any al-  Icittirn made in the" ���������natural course  of the watei, only one change had  ���������'ecji made, and that had l-eEii done  bv   tlu go.eminent  in    the    vicinity  i ������������������������   o"f  Fust   Weiv.c,      near. Rumm.ing.'s  be   done   hy  math.neiv, .and  as^ the    ^   ^^     ,<iC,0������������������? .   >rhc     cilange.  London, May 28.���������in "an editorial article, the JJaily Telegraph this  morning strongly favors King Edward's acceptance. of the invitation to visit Canada. The Daily  Telegraph thinks tho British public has not yet awakened to a full  appreciation of tho : extraordinary  interest of such an event which  would be likely: also to involve  a visit   to   Wastiington   and per  haps    -New   York-  Thc newspapers recognize that possibly     there    are   state  citv  had  called  lot  tendeis, awl  tc-  ceivci.1  cne, it   was  suggested  that it  be  opincl to    aseeriain the   amount  ���������for'.which it     could . he cleared     b\  hand      it  was   statod   that  pcss,i)jly  barwlvvork   would be cheaper     than  niathinery    Ihis  illusion  was  quickly   dispelled,  hovvevei,   when   thc tan  dcr  was   opened  and  the amount foi  the entite w <ik foiiml   to be     f308,  with    luuncioii.s londitiriis   attached,  one of   which    was  to have  the  privilege of  binn ng biti'-h    night     and  da)     U     drsuod       The    conttactoi  fijgtticd   that  there  weie 3,200 senate  yj-ks tb   clear,-, and ii|ari.nig   on a  -jUja-  sis of  1IA cents per    square-  yard,  the.    aitnoniitt'. up   to- $3ft8..  le far  out   iiii e.vlling  a  meeting    at  an v. rate.  Aid. Caiwpiiall and Aid-. Urcn were  of the same opinion, as indeed were  the rest oi thc aldermen present. In  Aid. Uren'.s opinion it was true  that Ladysmith had always .been  first in celebrations in?,?mueh as the  fact that, her celebrations were al-  vvay s well attended, and al way s Jfekve  satisftactio-n.      "In    fact,'!  concHwled  Denver, Colo., JUay 28.���������One hund  red and fifty delegates attended the  opening session hero today ot the  annual convention of the Western  Federation or Miners. Thc bus.siuiis  .vill be executive. It is tacitly n -  greed among the riicni'bers that  Chns. Vl-f. Moyer, President, and Y\.  D. Haywwod, eccretary and treasurer, who arc in prison, in, Idaho ;i-  waiting trial on the ichargo  jomplicity in the assassination  Steunenbcrg. will  former.   Gov  .*'  re-elected.  of  he  n  -a-  WANTS LOGS  RELEASED  BIT BY RATH  Tl ESNAKE  hrd   merely-consisted in the 6.tra.iSl..t> J ^  alderman,  "she is hard to   beat  cn.ng of th-    com so; : ami  did    not .jn   uic matter of-sport ,"  afect   ithe naltii.al water-way to.the  ���������isadiianbaigc  of   t.hc   complaitniant.,  Aid. Camphell vvas also of this or-  inion, arid : referred' "to one celeibira-  tipn in" .particular; at which, in his  .!���������'opinion, some of the dicst canoe races  on the pacific Coast-had been held.  He referred    in   particular     to ��������� one  Mil Malone had also looked over  the dtsuii compLamed oft only that  night, and as *lar as l:,e emild ;-see  thete vvas n0l sufficient, vvate-r--. run-  ning thiotie.li to hurt anythCH^H^'W j i*ace some five years ago, when. 77  cveT, as thevaction<wras6 to iV.e t-ak- I;ia(mjcs were used by the' Indians  en, he supposed it was in���������'order-for j racing. In htV' opinion a celebration  the citv to dcfind itself, and he. j.nouIrt ),e held. V -  therefore ino.el, seconded by A'ld. r(, was decided to .call a meeting  l-Vit-Mson     tl.it   l->gal. advice be tale-   fnl.  Wedntsday cveaomg,   May 30,    at  en at once, and the- city V,e- represeu  led tomorrow afternoon, when the  case is suppose;! to come .before  ���������JiKlee  ���������I-Iendcrsson.    The motion  wap  ANARCHISTS  WEDDED  Detroit, May . 2S.���������Emma Goldman, the anarchist, is married, nnd  t'he groom is Alex Uerkinaii. just  released from Allegheny   penitent inr.v  reasons    in   n'''*-'>���������   scrying  a term   of  t I  v mil's  the way of  such     a visit,    but     urges  that.  Canada     is  a   Jiving   link-  between' the    American     Republic  and  the   British   Umpire,    and    that  if  it  can  be  accomplished       it. would   prison  lie came at   orico   ti  not  merely  be historic but.    memar-   Emma    Goldman . p'recceded  for  an   attampt    to   assnssiniile      II.  C.   Frick,   the steel liiillimmire,    dm'-'  ing  the   Homestead -strike.'.  When   Uerkman     was   rcli'nsi.*d   f.-oni  Met roil .  lint       Id  JVl'Otllp.'ht.  The tender .-wilL^ot.. he accepted.     " ��������� I ^j."^     aJl,(1    J^al ������������������'advice will    be  The /.picsliioii   again   reverted to the;,      CHred'--  slu.m-1)    puller,     and   it vvas  thomight  I ��������� >r.���������cr^  Unit if  the citv could employ   same SHADE TRELS  nZJy  ������rk  ������������M   l-e ������ccompll������lr--V������lla,-     ol   Prpl~l,on    lor    d,adc ���������.������,!  Lren.    seven o'clock,  in the city hall.  City Clerk. Stewart reported that  the il-.oard" to he placed at the en-  1 ranee of. the cemetery warning  teams not to enter same, is now in  readiness, aiivd wiill toe put up shortly. Those present at - last ni.giht'fe  meeting-, were: -Mayor Nicholson,  Al  ���������  Nampa,  Idaho���������Airs.   Leeward Griffith  had the  very   unpleasant      and  dangerous  experience   of being* batten  ���������by a rattlesnake��������� the other     evening,  says  the Leader-Herald.     She   wen I  ant to    a woodpile  in the rear     of  ilver farm  dwelling,   and  stooped ovei  to    pick  up a piece of wood,    when  thc snake  fastened  its fangs in.   the  end of  one of her  fingers.    The   finger swelled lo large proportions    iin--  s'tantly,  and nhe probably  owes    her  life to ihe fact  that she wore a rimg  ������in  that   fmger  which  prevented    the  poison from permeating her   system.  Having  no  telephone,  she   was obliged to walk about two miles totele-  Plhono_a  physician.     Later  in      the  evening she experienced a severe rai"vt  ing spell at  the Dewey Palace,    t/he  place  where   's-hs    was brought,   but  liaf.. now recovered  from   the.  effects  of  the bite.  MCDALft TOR  LOCAL  BOYS  past   all example      in  orable  record of tho Royal progresses  The alliance of .inpttn, the entente  i  thc '. that place She niet him nt the depot" on his arrival and the greeting  was affectionate.     As'-tho'   idea.      of  with France. the bettor .tin- ��������� mnrringo by forms of law is repng-  derstanding with Russia, followed ' na.it- lo all niinrrhlats these two  by a Visit to Washington and 'a "reds" culled no judge nor minister  meeting with President. Roosevelt. | to road Ihe service, but were united  which would be a dramatic moment'according to tho tenets of ther bc-  instanced with insignificance, sealing lief nt .the -home of Carl Nold. nn  the reconciliation nf the Angle Snx- anarch 1st, and llmir friend, who lumen races for agea to'come: and self served five years in prison for  would make tho .years ol His Mai- ,complicity in the. plot to nssiissin-  esty's influence more memorable, and , are Frick.  ' beneflcient. than any equal period  of any previous reign.  Wotd     was    received    today    from  Pncfi'mlciil   .!.- G.  Brown,  ot'Othe'"ai*.-  cou.ver   Island   FnotfoaM   Associ.itkm,  stating    that  he has  the medals'    In  his possession for the Ladysinilh   In.  lcrmedia,t������   too.tball   players, and they  w*ill  be forwarded     within  a day   of  two.    They will piviably arrive hare  tomorrow,  or   next  day,   un.l   lhe in-  termit'dintcN will have so n.'.-i'iie,      o  show     for   their    hUrd  work-  during  the-  past   football season.  There will  'alsoip   .medals   received   from   Miaifcn-  land  League   in   thi\neav  futt.re,  the  ,b>'*yis 'lvtdns cn.li tied   to mpdnls     froan  each   league,   as   they  are  clia-mpions  s rnciv.. of   British  Columbia.  Mr.  arid Mrs,. Berkrnnn    will   make    Mr.   Brown,     in  his   letter,   speaks  JSTew    York   their   home.     . of  the meeting    of the Association,  wiliic-h ho r-ccently attended as delegate front, ttte island league on the  Mainland, ami stales that one poind;  which he. stuck out for and (eventually won is lo the effect that any  c.ub   of   the  isjcviwl   association;   ha-v  WILL HATCH  PHEASANTS  Colfax,  Wiash.,  May  2f>.~Joe    Ca-  nntt,     sherift'     ajtid game  warden ;i  Whitman county,  todiay . received four  dozen   Chinese  pheasant,   eggs     from  Gene .Simpson, who has a    pheasant  farm  at  Corvallis,  Ore.     The    eggs  came    by    express,  packed   in.     four  ���������.ng'a'lisputo"^'Settle" cannot ca-rry S ^paraito cr'ttesf'and  will be sent to  il   to   the  Maihlaiid   League  for  ^   tour different parts  of Whitmarvcoun-  t   the consent   of   the   <*���������   wl,ero  the>' wlH  ,!e  hatched    l"1"  MURDEROUS  PI.OT FAILED  liecause   lie   wauls   to   nianufncture  mto   (lumber       another    half-million  feet ^of h s logs   which  was seized \>\  the   Dominion   government   a    couple  of months ago, sa,\s  Saturday's Van  couver  Province,   Mr.     .1.    S.    Eiih-i-  son   applied       this morning     to Mr.  R.     .1.     Skinner,    tioihor      insiioct tn,  for a release of  tlio  desired  quanlu>  01  logs.     Jn order   to  get  the      log->  Mr.    KmerSon    is compelled     to put  up   a markyd cheque   ns an   cvitleiu-.j  or  good  faith   that, ho  will     not   run  them   over    to   I'uget   Sound        and  there dispose, of t'heni ��������� in   contravention  'of-the-terms''   of   the        Timber  Manufacture    Act  It   was    for   an  alleged    m tention  to  evade  tho  terms   of this  act that,  the  logs     were   sw/ed       al   various  points along thc   northern coast. Mr  Emerson took exception   to   the government's    interpretat ion  of   the .st.< ���������  tulf and brought suit  against      Mi.  Skinner  for having seized  the    Ion'  The case  was  argued   out   Ivm'oo* M^i  Chief  Justice   Hunter,   ..but     though  expected  daily,    a decision   has     not.  yet been given.   ���������o������������������-������������������  MILITARY  -SCANDAL  tlemont withoti  Island  Association  ",1-lave you heard of the engagement of  Ethel  and Frank'.'"  "Ni:v. 'Then Frank suceended at  last,  did  he?"  "Nol. exactly. Siiccumll������'jd."���������Milwaukee .Sentinel. i  Mrs.   .las.   Prov-an   re-tiitned  Vancouver today.  dcr (O.nmoii hoiiss, and by this means  1t is h.iped to get there valuatolo  i;iiiiiie liiwls established in this country.   o   Ilicks���������Bernard  Shaw says a   man  Wouldn't     be    able to live in     this  world at, aU without fiction.  Wicks���������That's so.    If  I didn't  em-,���������-  from Ploy    fiction when I go   home     late i Milan,   where be is connected      v th  9    2_*ts IVd be nagged to death.-IV*   the anarchist organ -I* Tloemll.  Rome. May 28.-���������Thc news received today from Geneva.of the plan  formed by anarchists, to kill King  Victor Emmanuel 'during the cere-'  monies of opening 'the Simplon  Tunnel   has caused'consternation.  According to tho advices, it was  only through the vigilance of a detective that the attempt on the  King's life wns frustrated. Thc  would-be assassin!! i.s a well known  anarchist   of  the  dangerous  class.  During a reception given the king  the anarchist approached tbe ruler  for thc ostensible purpose of presenting a petition. As he appeared  with n piece of paper in his left  hand, the detective became suspicious and placed him under nrrcst.  Examination revealed the paper was  blank, while the man had a 'stilletto  concealed in bis right sleeve. The  anarchist,   it   is  said,    comes      from  Berlin, May 2S.-Ugly reports are.  in circulation to the clliect that extensive scandals have been unearth-,  ed. in connection with the conduct  of military operations in Gorman  South-west Africa. The .Government  announced that the budget appropriation of 0,000,000 mai'i.0 (!?l.".0u-  000) a month Tor military necessities in West, Africa had been exo't-il-  ed by as much again because of tlm  actual requirements.  Members of the 'Ilichstag have informed a newspaper correspondent,  that thc budget commission 1ms received "confidential information"  that practically all the money recently appropriated for government  purposes in West Africa has mysteriously disappeared. Tl is-unlikely  that the facts can long be concealed, and when they do cfltne out a  tremendous sensation is inevitable,  because it   will be the  fu'st.case     o.v  record of "graft" in Germany-inrol*  | ing public   officials.  '���������$9*  _s_*_tt_aa_ia_i THE DAILY LEDGER  "uiilishMj   every day sxcspt Ssmdsy.  BV        THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT J-ADY SMITH  SUBSCRIPTION ?RICE  4fr_nc.B.     idvertiaing rates oa ap.  nl let tion.  TUESDAY  ������a-B_a_H--B  May  29,    19 Of;  A .SHIP WORTH TAKING.  On the flth of June, 1587, Dr_i'.e,  coming back from "singeing the Ling  of Spain's heaid in Cadi/," fell in  v.ith a giiue vessel, which he cultured She proved to be tho San  I'ln'lipe, an l^ast Indiaman owned by  the kmg of Spain himself and then  the largest nietclia_.tnii.in afloat.  Hei cargo, valued at moie than  a 'million sterling of modem money,  vvas in itself the most valuable ev.ei  captured, but there was .something,  else even more valuable than tlu c.u  go. This consisted of the ship s pa  pers and accounts which disclosed t()  ihe merchant adventureis ot 'linglamd  all tJlie methods and mysteries and  tiie 'boundless possibilities ol ihe  lOaat I������dia trade.   '  Indeed, it would haidly he stietching the facts to say that the inoiii-  iHR which saw the capture of the San  I'hilipe S4,w also the dawn of uui  Indian empire. The immediate i_-  ������uU was the formation of the East  India- company, which was not only  ���������the greatest coinuie-icial corporation  ihe world had ever seen, but also  the only one that ever commanded  Us 'own armies and fleets and wielded powers little less than inipcnal  ���������London Spectator.  ' - o   -IGHTS  AM  1>AII,Y      hUDQllH  LAD/SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,      ORGANS'"   AND HOUSEHOLD     H'llMriRi    MOVED PROMPTLY  A    N'D  SAFELY       _        Stables in the rear of the Lai? ysnntli hotel.      Leave  nidus al   ���������������������������'...  Abbots       ford  A.    J    WA5KLTT,    PROP  ��������� ���������������������������-���������-*��������� 4-f-M- ������������������-���������->4 -f -*-{���������- ���������������������������-���������- f-f-f-f-f 4 44-4-+-I! 4* r+*-44-*'44-r-n-i ~*r+' =  Esquipialt   & Nanaimo fiailw?v  -Js. h->   i '-'��������� '' ~      *  Z*.-.*h- ~~~-~-~-~-~~-~���������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������__m__������������������__.., _,._-.,, i  TinieTuhleKo. 5$  Effe������tiv# April 29th, 1906"  rrai__  leave  U.ysmith  lor Victoria and all   intermediate stations  at  s un  common Furnace  Vire Pot  Sunshine Furnace  Fire Pot  Tho slanting firo-pors in common furnaces pro-  vili* a real-place for ashes and clinkers, and these  cl...i  i,  <t lhe drafl, prevent radiation, make the furnace  liM-il to ^hakf, ���������.md fill up the llre-pol.  The '���������Sunshine" pot is straight up and down, which  <X>vi^ an uninterrupted cour.se to the draft,, and  p evonls  ashes and clinkers  sticking   to  thc sides.  The s.-une skill aud thought has heen us>ed on  every feature of (he "Sunshine" furnace���������it is Canada's  .���������.re,iL'-d  heater. '  Sold hy all enterprising dealers.     Booklet free.  \_K  London.    Toronto,   montheao,    Winnipeg,   Vancouver,  st. john',   hamilton.  SHAVES & 64THS  Having taken wver the barber shop  Known as Che Ladysmith Shaving  Pallors, High St., I intend, by keep  nig competent workmen, to conduct  a first-class establishment, and , ie-  spcctfully solicit- your patronage.  .   >HOMAS .LEWIS  HOTEL  DOMINION  Best   accommodation  for   transient  /���������tnd permanent, boarders and lodger.  ��������� I.atet. $-l._f> ai dJLr.O���������  Fie to  all etentiilw.it  lai d'.n.'B and  railway depots. Electr c c? b ->.very (i e  minute? to ���������ll par's oi the city. Bin  sodJ t'lbh "unexcelled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, O  HOTEL  GRAND  This  new Hotel  has been cornfort-  a**ly furnished  and  the bar Is up-to-  di������<e      Hates  $1.60  a day  WAtdS.  and     mp-  f      THE JONES HOTEL  - -AViriTE   HOOK���������  and  ��������� WHITE   L.ABOR--  Employed Only  The Ladysmith Hardware Co,, Sole Agents  WM. BEVERIDOE, Prop.  C-fl--a^9 :���������-.-"���������:���������: ������������������: :���������: La.d~SB.lt-  VaV"'"'' 'llUl>;' a'ld ^ 30������  P'm' ������D  WedneR'U-v&' Satnidays,    M_  at   nrJ-,n! '"7 .!'^ySn^ih  ,or  Wellington "and  all  intermediate  station,  S.iniays.   ���������"���������  da,^:and   at���������������P''������"   on    Wednesdays, Saturdays   ������-  ExcL-sion Tickets ^_-____^_-.  ?ood W  g������|nK  Jonrney  flatuS^S ^J^-~V������������*������*JT*���������**  Uie following  Motday ���������        ��������� ^"a.vs, reiuiumg not later U.iiq  _.  . , V "*- r,x ,   r ,,\  /'.'./.:;  Sails from  U-7smtth fo?v?l?'^a'n   retinniBr, oH_~fr~    --  ' ,  I "><ver,every Saturday at 6.00 a.m. and  retuinii.; sails IriHi,  \ancouw-er    lai   Ladysmith ai 2.30 p.m.   '  ' *" "       tr. \ i      r s . -      ,.  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACltK   .STRFET-     Ladysmith  S I I  \ \f 111   \ rn������  M.RNIS1I    ROOMS  BAR SUPPUKD WHKBRIT  WINKS, UQUORS, CIGAKK  lug   101   .1  "Well,  usually  P  /'  LIGHTS  AND  SIDELIGHTS.  _"Pa," skid little Willie,  lookinr uj>  from hi������ 'book,  "what does  'the.'spirit of '76' mean'"  replied    Lushmaa,   "that's   lhe  i*\i>hum Lion  of  (he  suhllo and u-  a-   take.        1   don't  believe   lcsistahle  jiovvci   it   ii*ucM\   jickj������uics  there is any  30 yeai   old 'whiskej ou'ovci   its  \ it*I puis,  canvins Uu'iii'  -^the   market eoday "   ��������� Ph������������������axlclphia   the vety  biink   of   dcsliticlion  hcroi  PrACfi ���������  -v-       - Ithej   'h.ivc     dieamed ol   danger.     He  "(. -  - "        * ~ ina, a    cuiTnilative  joison,   the     (nst  - Ibis ;bi|J ioi youi new frock is u.iiriiiif; synijilom docs not nppeai  . xeally. ������ l*-it high," observed the "nlil the fatal ( i.-m-, -m* indcd  ^plutocrat to Ins -daugJilei.  "Siv (lion   Hut  shall   dr.io   (hem,  hoimi   stricl  sand -dollars}is  constdetalile t,0    paj  - fox  an auto s,tiit."  "But, papa, Uie suit_itseli is lctlly  is qiiite inexpensive The most 0f  that1, bill   is for  the tninmings."  line   the ficsh  and    buov-. 22nd    DAY    OK   MAY,  NEXT,   fot  ant   sciissalions   or   voutli   aiuli peifecl , the const ruction    of a   Steel   'Twin  health,  that   have   .ipp.irenllj   no   nn   , Scicw   Stwimct for the llydiogiaphic  leasnnt  icaction,   and     llieicin    lies, ' Soivice  in  BuLisli  Columbia vvateis  en  .md  powei less  ot tcMstance,  ovei  thc    |)iccipicc    lo    complete  ment.il,  moral .trnI   plivsical unn  i   o   ^"Trimmangsv"  -   sJ'".Yies,    I   sn_n(   $5,200   k,   an auto  .of  theinght tint   |0  mate),   the suit  ���������Puck.  -2   ~���������������������������   .."DANGERS  OF COCAINE  . {C-ocaJne,     an    alkaloid     ,t    cocoa  leaves, -was di.sco-.ered  in   lSfiO-   hut  r������n������todp     in  comWatne   ohsc'i.nty  .until J884.     [��������� minute doses,   vvhetli-  - er .taken    internally  oi   u.s^|  as     a  spray on mucous surfaces,  lis   oflec'l  is! wbnderfully    exhilarating,   pLOiluo  Minard's Liniment Co., Ltd.  . . -Yarmouth, N. s.  Gentlemen���������In Janoary last, Fian-  cis Leclare, one of the men emplo*.  edir.by me, working in the himUci  .woods, had a tree fall on him, ciusji  nig tarn fesaifully. He was, when  found, placed on a 8l������l and taken  home, where grave fears weie eiikr  tained for his recovery, Ins inns being badly bruised and his *)0dv tinned black from his ribs t0 his feel  We used MINARD'S LINIMENT on  him freely to deaden tiie pain and  with the use of thtee bottles he was  completely ctireh and aiblp to oeturn  to  work.  SAUVEUR  DL'V-VL  Elgin Road, L'Islet Co.. Oup  MLIvN'OlOD  I MM.  A   Kansas   cily   wouiai'i   I el I.s     tin;,  stoiy on   hei   lmsilittnd io   dcnioiist'.ilc  the  uifeiiority of  the mastuliinc m,md  One liiouuiij-, as  hei hus*ltiiiil vvas sit  ting   down   lo  thc   htcaKfast   I able he  glanteisl  al   the    ���������linuifr  loom     clock  and  Mid,   "We  must be  latei     than  usual   this     niorn-ng "    "Imn't  pl-aco  too   much     confidence   in   that   clock  II   slopped   'i   .")   o clot !���������:   this    moin-  ing,   and   I   |iis(   s,et  ,|    )A      ������iips;s-,"  loplietl   the  good   wife.  "Weie von   ui>  at  ,"i  o'dock''"   asked   the husband  "Of couise  nol "  "Uh.it  11mo  did   von  stiv   (he clock  -.topped'' '  "At     .-) ���������'  "If you vvwen't up at .5,"-lepliod  thc man, with (l pu//led"look, "Jil ���������*.  m tlitmdci ,do \ou I now when tlu  clock stopped"'"  'Win-, dear, 'it slaved slopped.'  vvas the teplv. Thc man did nol  ^av   anoti'iei   word   that   mouutm    *  .Specifications, jil.ins and   forms   of  tender  can   be seen  at the   olhce   ol  (1   the Agent ol the  Department of HUaL-  1 inc- and  Kishcnes at   Victoria,  B.C,  at  the  Custom House at  Vancouvei,  \11,C, and at the depaitrnent here.  IC.ich    lendci   must lie accompa.nio'1  by an   accepted  hank cheit.ue ecual Us  11) per  cent., of the whole   amount of  the   tt-ndci,   which   will    be   forfeited  if  the    peison send nig  lhe   accepted  (endei    declines   to   cntci    into   a con-  ti.ut   wilh   lhe depart ment.   Cheques  at coin pan) inq-  lenders   vvlncn are nol  accepted  v ill   he ictnmed "immedialc-  ly aflei   a decision  has been   an ivert  at.  .Vewspnpcts cop j ing this adveitise-  nicnt without aiithouty from .the de  paitment will  not he paid  F   GOURDE A U,  Deputy  Mimstci of Alarum and Fish  cries.  Department of Mai inc and  Fisheries  Ottawa, 281 h March,  lflflC  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  A. J. McMURTRIE. Proprietor  I ADY5MI1H,   . C  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  PORTl  Board at reasonal.'.e  - Rates  a Good tables and good  Rooms  '    '  .AND  DAVID 1IYNDS, Prop.  The bar is extra  well  Stocked ,  This   Motel   has  !x*oii  completely       renovated.  Board old lodging (1.00 per day.  A   Great   Boot  for Prospectors  They are all leather, and  'made to stand strenuous usage in mine or  foi est.  Li 17. Men's Tan Chip  ' pewan Veal Kip Pros-  pectors'  Boots  inch blucher cut, with  b. full bellows tongue to  tip; have double silver eye-  Jets and stud hoods; double  sole and slip; standard screw  fastened; slugged ���������rotmd the  forepait and heel. A corn-'  fortable as well as a durable  boot.���������  Ask for thexu at your Deulern  J.LECKIECo.Ud  MMCOUVEH, B   6.  \fter a  week  of  peace ,t,he Coiiiell  Sun  asr.u'i  i.u-,es  its  \01cc   in     pio-  test  against   the way spiino  football  piadicc  i-s  con due ted,   ol   tathcL  nol  conducted        Savs      the   cvcl   awake  Cornell   daily     ".Sprui!;   foot.'i.ill prat  lice     has  received   l.uneiitable     sup  port   this vcai,   tn     fact   has     ,1 ,eon  ptackcallv   abandoned      in  view     of  the comma changes   lo  he  lntiotluccd  next   fall,  this   nitit tei . must   not  be  lightly   regaiided. .    Freslvmaii ..eligibi-  lity and    new    playing rules ' makes  spring practice a .w-ritivble necessity.  Since  the 1 Tact-ice  thus   far has (b(oon ���������'  such .a  conspicuous   failure,   it would  ib'c. .wise  to  have another  miCet-ing  of  candidales for     next  year's   varsity,  and   . reorganizeMm*  plans   for    tlie'  spxiiiig   work. .   .A   lecture  on the new  rules hy   the   chairman   of   thc    rules  committee  would  furnish   an  cn'ect'.ivp'  opportuiM'ty   for such   a -gal her in-..-.."'  SOIATIOA   CURKD  AWTFAi  20   YEARS  SUFFERING  For more llian twenty years Mr. ;J.  IL Massey, of 3322 Clinton St., Minneapolis, Minn., vvas tortured by sciatica, the pain and sulTering which  he endured- during this time is ' beyond comprehension. ������������������Notliiiitj gave  him any- permanent- relief until housed Chairrberlain's.. Pain Balm. One  application of that liniment relieved ||  the pain and mad& sleep and rest possible, and less than one bottle has  effected a permanent cure. If troubled with sciatica or rheumatism,  why not try a 2f>rcent bottle of. the  Pain Balm and see for yourself how  jiuickly it relieves pain. For sale by  thc Ladysmith. Pharmacy.  IT DEFIES  CO������II������ETJTIO?f  WATSON'S  HOTEL.  JOHNTfiA, Proprietor  !Ur Supplied  -vitli  the  Best   Wines, 1st Avenue .-:   -: :  '    Llquoi s -and Cigars.  i  Ticket; and- Ffpigh^TaOflipe,   75  Government' SJtreet. -  .2 ?wm*ti  'j^fiiVtiii -r-i'*;    .       r-  The New Train    .  ORIENTAL LIMiTED  The'Trjun of '"  Ease,   Elegance,'Excellence.  Every n.ile a picture, and  no smoke to' spoil * the vtewl  .Through :Com]iartnient,' Observation and Pullnian Sleep-,  ers; also Through Touristy  Cars ������tV Chicago.'  At antic Steimship Busines������ to Europe  it'oiirfSpecialty  " Union    Terminals   with   all  Steamer lines.  * llerth reservations by wirel,  -   Great Northern' S.S. Co'.     "  POR^JAPAN BAND'CHINA  Steamships Minnesota and Da- fJ  Icota.sail from Seattle for-Japan "and China ports-at   fre-  .���������(tiienr dartes.      Exact   sailing,  dates'can"lie secured  uponap-  "'plication'lo aiiy Great North '  er'n' representative.     '"    '  S. G'. 'YKIIKISS, "  A:G.P.A'.; Seattle, Wash.  K. U. STEPHEN,  ������y-.Qci'-   Agent,'vjcf or ia; B.C.  !V^ Fxcursidn  --- - Kates  Rotihd Trip. -  ^aily^fjjjslictt5  ' MsJSr JP -.  Trains ^*-^' -Train  -   On Sale May' 21, 25, 2fi.  - r   -.  * *  To' Jew Haven, Con,, *  r.Iuly lO-'-to 15.  To       Denver .    $55.0DJ  August  7, 8, !).  To      Milwaukee'  .    -^ .*.  Sept. 8, !),*" 10.   .  To/ ,   Tofonlo .   \  i^3  if  i  li-i  vr <1B  "J 1  Ladysmith B.C.  TH6 CITY^n  K. Williamson Prop  sst. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  -Line jl, fi, 7, 2" -125.   .  July 2, li, Aug. 7���������.8, !)'.'  TO ALL   H 0 IN T S  -For particulais call~* on   lor"  write E. E. Blackwood, Gen-'^  eial Agent,  Victoria,  B:C  A.   I).    Charlton, A.G.P.A.', '������  -  - .     - N.P:,' PoitlandV'dre. *  " '   ���������     "��������� " '    '        Hi^yi  STOVES! STOVES!  }  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Litest ftyles and Newest Patterns--We do  A'| 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.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������..  ������������������������������������>���������"������������������������������������������������������������������������.  ������������������������..������..������. ���������������������������������������-������..���������������  WM.   MUNSIE,   Piesident    J.  W. CORURN, Managing Director.  Telcphane d-b. . " +/7������ . i'^J  Lumber Co. Ltd,  HIIMIf*  ���������������������������  tmmjw in? j,  -��������� H0tt������*   -     '   .������f  M10   Teatm'insttr  Road.''f*  vxsGomkti. '.1  .    H-.U.   *.���������     o_  Headauaxters for       <t  PACIFIC GROWN aarden. field  and flower SEEDS  lot distribution'. "       -   ;  Large   stock   of Home  Grown "FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL    TREES  now matured for Spring.  No^ expense, loss or  delay of fumigation or in-*  BPeetion' .1.  ���������Let me yrice your list =  before  placing your   or- x-  der. Greennouse Plants, .r  FipraL Packages., Fcrtili- ( '  zers. .etc.  3010  Westminster Road.  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  Are You  r f- ^"\   ���������_���������  Qoirijg: East  Then be lur* your tickets real   ������t������  The only line now' making   UNION  DEPOT   connections at ST. PAUL  and   .MINNEAPOLIS . w^itn       the  through    trains    from    the    Pacific  Coast.  THE     .SHORTEST     LINE, TP  FINEST TRAINS,   TIIE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,  ST.   PAUL,  CIU  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT >  snd ALL POINTS EAST.,  For complete information ask yr  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADYSMITII-r >, _i  SHingle-s ei Specialty j  MANUIfACTVIRKRS  OF  \  H<ni-_,iiJ;i;i(l Dressed Fir and Ctvlar Lumbers 4  LATHS,   SHINGLES,   MOULD1.VCS,       bYl'C,     of    tlie   HEST _  (.JUAL1TY SEASONM01).      AND   DRLED     FI.OOK1SCIS      AND '  KINIHIIINO  I.UMHEK IN  STOCK     f   -  i "-I      8. '_  FOR THE BIG6EST BARGAINS IN  7������0 _nd A vs., Seattle.  General   * fa.;  i ..ft������n ers In . ...  Pianos and  DUNDEE-  +������������������������+ t-l-l���������!������������������;-������M���������l-l-l-l--M-+1-.-1 1-1-1 ���������!���������:-l"l -I-l-l..l"l������l-H"H>^-l������l..i������iSi..$vj..i..|..j..i.HH..|,.i.f  I     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  Scdtlands Best.  4-.  ���������i*  ���������*  .*  ^{PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, (1OL0 AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH,   B.C.  HEAD OFFICE  I DUNCANS STATION.  |      Vancouver island, B. C.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  General Manager.  Call on  J,E.i  This Week  ans ..  LadyHirilth, u.C  m  'TENDERS..  TENDEn.s' adflras.sed. i,o iiic iiiiilec-  signed <al',  Ottawa and  markejd on 1 lie  envelope "Temier for the ctuistri.icl.ion  of a  Hj'drograplu'c Steel Twin  Ste.'t-  Imer,"   will    be received  up to    tihe  ...il-.pffj. m (ft  Sole Agen is for Ji. ii.  J.rJC.. Smith's  Resturant and lodging Rooms  -HAS   BEEN   REMOVED TO-  -First    Avenue���������  Paper of all Styles  at a  Bio Reduction  in order  to'  Untlerjj������iVlaiiagment. .        -.  -.'  '.���������:-P^nfl.imo^.B;;:C'fc.;'  Jas. R. ftfckinnel  Proprietor. ���������;  Goniuiercial Mens' lieadijsaiter's.  Modern  and     Strictly-First  Class.  Fire Proof    Buildisif. ���������  " 7":  MINTING   AND PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done  l:r^..-...  ""'   -Orders  Promptly   Executed  S ROEDDING    ��������� LADYSMITH  I I 'IJI.  _.  FraNN I (.AfENfS  llr-II-plvn**       K������_k r    - _  Solicitor,  Etc  BESIdttS  TK.'.D-E MAFi'<������  AJJOCOPVSi.GKU  OBTAINED  Money  ,t. AvemJ!  -  to  Loan  LAOYSrVI H  LADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.-  Ratlibone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows^ Hall every 2nd and 4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m  f���������     ���������  ���������   _>    ������������������- ���������    -.     -���������- UblAIKtL  , ADVICE AS TO PATENTAt3iL!Tf FWf5*  f Notice in " Invective Age "      B  ft K je������  ��������� Book "How to obtain Patents" lip ������_ __.  i Charges moderate. No fea till patent is secu'e-^.  I       Letters strictly confidential.   Address.  2   eiflACDC   fi...*.-. i   ....   ... ^  _  MRS. KATE TATE,  M. of R. & C.  _u-n.-m Einctiy conuaenuai.   Address.  E. C. SIGGERS. Patent Lawyer, Washington, D. C  *** * *  ^_��������� --_--_s.^is__i.^. -.���������  Dr.  Dier can  he found at  miy ti  ���������  at his office on Gatacre .st.  Mis   d..-.  tal   work  is  gi aranteed   to  he fii-i  class and rates  reasonable ������t  _5_______3_3_ll I-2-__SI  Any  WEEKLY MEETING OF  NANAIMO COUNCIL  --"   Ji .���������"���������   staci ?;  1'IRST  Express^Wgrk  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale >; iy<  Sl-.'K J    KEMP.   OR  I.KAVE    OIIDBKS   WITH' | ,- 1 I In"'  -- W.   CARTER,  PHONE      6()  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  .Consumers are requested to call at   the office     .,���������  iini.���������rV     c*.     .  Pay Water    R^tes, between the ,0th   ^^^JZtnt^ "'  Office Hcurs I P. M. 4 30  . M BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  Kind  of  Job  ! Nanaimo,   B-C.  May 20.���������  All ihe A Uici men were in their accustomed place- last night whoa  Mayor j? I ant a called the eighteenth  meeting of ih_ thirty-second couni il  to order.  The minutes of the previous nicut-  in������   were read   unci  on  motion  adopt -  Mil.  Aid.  Kirkham gave nol ice and  moved, seconded by Aid. Dick that  a three-inch main be constructed on  JJaliburtoh Street between NV*ed-  harn and Robins Ktrecf, with  liydraiit at tlie city limits.  REPORT AT x������ES/  " :r-  - TEREfAY'S ASSIZES  -Nanaimo,   B-C. May 29.���������partly Wallace   Sticel     und Ihr- i���������is-  The  following- ��������� presentation  ..swas-  made   last   evening-    by   the      Gmnd  ���������Jury and  although little   lime    was  a   consumed   by them  in* their    invest U  (gatfon and report   it was   pronounc1  ������������������������������������M������t4***H ������������������������������-������  ������������������-���������* ������������������"���������-������������������������������������������������������*.^..������.������...������.....,.^.....#1..1..r^..,.1#..,���������#w..  First Cla.ss  RIGS FOR HIRE f  WOOD  ana   BARK ' j  For Sale and  Delivered    !  EXPRESS WORK 1  DAVID J^NpQ|>r"   !  Done Promptly and  WELL  At  PHONE 66  ������������������������.���������������������������.������..���������������..������.���������  LADYSMITH  the  LEDGER  Office  Cf��������� Cr- JOS  1st Avenue  ,A communication vvas received  from Rev. A Kilva White, Rectoj  ' ot St. Paul's clnn-ch asking on behalf of congregation permission  to construct -a frame church, with  cement foundation on the lot where  t'he present cliiirch now stands. The.  plans of the pi oposed nivw chun-h  could bo .seen ut Uie UanU of Commence.        ,  I'm-inis.sion was grunted subject to  .the supei vision of the file Wni-  di-ns  A       couvimmicat ion       was   rucciv.'d  from  ���������(.'.   Mr-Ciitcheon   asking  permission    iroin   the    council     I*    Kit   tho  graiyi   on    the   City       Park,     Comox  ' ltoad.     The request,   was granted sub  ,jcc.t   to   the .supervision of the Street  'Committee ,  " The poiindlsOepei report ed six cows  ���������and eight hoi ses impounded (lnriuc*  "'the  past   two   weeks,  'I he-Mannj'ei's     i eporl     lor     week,  ending-  jVXav    2Uth    w .is as  follows  L'epan my   sidewalks   et< "sTs".  .">0  'Watei   Works  Maintenance   .      10  00  Walei    Woiks    Rei\Kc Id   00  Taking up a one and a half inch 'etl hy _fr .,UsUci. j,uff as a ���������{���������_--'  pipe on Nicol Street and Pinlay- ougiily'well drawn prek-niaturn "of  .son    s-troots,,        cleaning   and    laying   conditions       and     showed   ihat ' Uie  Miners'Drilling Machines/; ,  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT. SHORT  NfiTiPK       nnn .  SHARPENED  BV-US.-ALWAYS     (������V���������SAWSFACTiSn '  .-������������������ PICKS, HANDLED  A^ iVD. REPAIRED���������::    ���������'  -SHIPSITITHlNft   .IN      ALL.IT'S    BRAN'OHK  Horseshoers and Genera* Blacksmitfis.  Buller Street   -      -    - "���������' ^   Ladysmith, b  EXCELLENT  Train Service  .? oit "-c c- s> ,v r, i, %    ji'ais  aCTWCCN  t   i  ?*|,tWrt,WsM,tH!*^  ��������� i  ^    Will be Delivered on>Mondays, ' Wednesdays.  Fiidiys and Saturdays  Ordeis  must be in  hy eleven  o'clocl,  on d.ty  of  I������eliveiy,  Union  Brewing Co  ��������� "A "'   '* Limited  NANAIMO    B. C.        ^  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTun,  .       Ami llie'Prliielparhii-ilneisCsinters'of   ~>*  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  '  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW- YORK AND  1     PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Time Tabled, etc., address  I CEO. W. VAUX,  AsMhiint Cicn'i Passenger ami Ticket Agent,  los Ao.ua st,.CHICAGO,ILL.  ..   '-11 iLcoi,������_������_I te^  ~<<*T  i Total .. ^87  50  Aid      (JiAhnm    ganc     iiotu.*       nnd  moved  that   2.">(l  fcot    of   lu.so Wo pur  i hased        iMolion   nv.i^   s.'i ondi d     bv  Aid   Hodgson  j      \ld    Xcvvton    tliouii'liL   I lie      ihouon  tould    be   bell oi   a|>in opnalcd     tlian  by  purchasing   the    lio^i*     Thc  'tion  wns,   is  ii   needed   ol   not0  7oO feel oi hose th.il vmis piiis-hascri  ' last jear v\.i-> onlv miiollod oft lhe  'ieol the other d.iv Thc ilepaitinent  bust vear asled lor 1,0OO feet ol  hose but finallv < i.inpi oiihslmI nt  750  feet  Aid Grahnm elated in ivplv  Aid Now ton that the Fuv Pepait-  iuenl cei-tninlv needed the hose The  CJuei asked l"oi- (his simount ot ho-,(>  and if Hie ho-e vva=? needed nnd he  did not got it, n anything Imppen -  pd the count il would be to blame  for not .securing the same  '   Aid     Kn.ii. Ion  past   Hie    T-ui    Wnidens       had  rjues-  , Tho  to  same    on  Ma deary  street.'  The-motioii   passed;  i  Aid. Graham yave notice and moved that .six new six inch Fairbanks hydrants    hii purchased.'"' i  Aid. Hods-son .seconded the motion and in support thereof stated  that the hydrants wore Die .same nat  tern as those in use at the ' .present tunc-, and which had proved  very satisfactory.  " Aid. IMrk could not see why th -  Fire Wardens Commit lee had not  recoiiimonvltxl any other hydr.im  than the Fairbanks, 'The agvnt for  tho Liialloivv hydrant had interviewed tho council and .showed t'liat the,  company had ��������� good article, Van.  eouv.-r was replacing t'liu Fairbanks  v, ith the Ludlow nliid .so tlu-_\ mu-,1  be a better at tide  Aid Graham thought the article  to buy was the one that had been  tested and found to be aln^ht..  The council had tested the Fairbanks  hydrant and luiind them satisiac-  tory in eveiy ic-Hpect Why then  change an at tide wo do know loi.  ono that  wc know nothing aboiiO  Aid Hodgson though the reason  Vancouver was installing' the r.ud-  low hydiaut was that they alieady  had those kind installed and no  doubt thej 'wished to have the  sstmu kind thioug'lioiit the ci'ty. Van-  Jo tivei had never used tho Fairbanks  liydi-sant and conse<iuently Aid Dick'  was uiong v\h������-n he said that Vancouver was replacing the Fairbanks"  with   t'he r.udlo.v  Aid Knaiston thought that after  the test the other night all the A1L  del men should vote in iavoi      of   the  t  Fan banks 'hydrant,    for   ihey     ha\e  pioved  themselves    to  be  alng'ht  Aid Xewton moved an amendment that ihe "matter lay o\er foi  one week and in the, meantime the  Clerk   write   to   Vancouver      for     le-  lh<it  suit      oi   the   h\(limit   test   ������u  city     Aid   Ku-khani seconded  that  aslsod eas.li vear foi r,C\0 fed T.ast  \ear the\ had ������e. inert 7.">0 feet, and  Ihis   vear   tliej       only   wanted      250  feet ' '  In   ask ins,'    for    2",0   feel   ol      hose, i  j The amendment was put and lo.t  on a tie vote, the motion of Aid  '(!iham's   s-hanng  the _ same     late  Aid     Kirkham,      moved    "seconded  u     Aid    Jiarnes    that   tho  discussion  of   the   vv atom oiks   agieomeni        be-  *2">0   feel   i>l  Aid      Hodgson   ������a.d   Hi-    fo.nnuttce   t||0ull  ,he <tl_v aml lhP WtfS>l(,in-p,^  " ,or  ������"������������������.'lh,n6    ,h������J    Co    ,je  ���������,.,������,,l0d    till   the   next   meet  2.">0   feet        1h<  Co  ing.  W. SILER.  ^EMillAJj hXPRLSS AND  JJEEJVLRY  WORK  FMUhVPTLY   !���������������  Leave orders at tbe Abhotsford.  Dr. R. B.  Sur^on Dentist  'AM work (>���������       iced, aud at re������.s������..  . ��������� '���������������  ratea.  KRSini-N.'l*:   AND OFFICE  Gatacre &.  Ladysmith  J. PILRGY & GO.  l\taniifactiirers 01.���������  IRONCLAD    BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC.  WHOLESALE DRY GOODS  OPEN   -T AU, HOURS,  , v-������w������.->vr-. .- ������������������ ������������������   i\ ;.-.- :.*  ���������-'-  VICTORIA, B. G.  HUBERT  -l_at^r--il__.'.  Tlniti;d ancient    ordek oi-  i  ���������'.'.'��������� DRUIDS |  ^Wellington. Glove  No.  4   U.  A.   O.   i   i  , Alcetii  jii  tlif I'  i.i   0 ,.l*\  Hail,   Li.  ���������tfySmitli'l    tiie   Secoiul   and      Fourti.  .^u'eilnessiaj's  of paeli   niontli,  (,*oiuintr>    I.  >cg ffcdnefadity.  lfitli. 1905.  ���������"���������" Visiting Druids     aro ip.vited .to u-  ttfiid.  By Oriiiir.  WM   RAFTER,  Reef Sectv  PATRICK MIRK. N.  A  NOTICE  From     this date   the  undersigned  'Will   not be   responsible for   any   In  debtedness     Incurred except on       *  written orher signed hy the secretary  Rowland  Machin.  V.   r.   EXPLORATION &  DEVELOPMENT -CO..  LTD.  Non Personal I,lahll.'ty.  .Vlotorla, B. 0., May 18th, '<������0I  Dear Mother  Vour little ones are a comtant care in  rail and Winter weather. They will  catch cold. Do you -now about Shiloh's  v-onsumption Cure, lhe Lung Tonic, and  what it has done for so many ? It is said  lo be the only, reliable remedy for all  diseases of lhe air passages.in children.  It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to  ��������� take.  It is guaranteed to cure or your money  " je,Uiin?d"    The Prlce is 25=- per bottle,  and all dealers in medicine sell , '  iSHILOH  This remedy should be in every household.  DAY  SCHOOL.  L'aual subjects taught; also languages, drawing, in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte _nd vocal lessons given   In  classes  or individually.  MISS   BERTRAM,  ladysmith,  B   u.  Synopsis of Canadian. Homestead  Regulations.^  Any available Dominion Lands  vviLliin the Railway Kelt m British  Columbia, may be liomesteadcd by  any person vviio is the sole head o.  a fiimily, or any male ovei e glilcen  > eats of age, to the ex tent of one-  quaiter section of .1(10 acres, more  or less; -;  l*.iilTy must be made personally at  Liu* local land olliee for the district  in   which   the land  is  situate,  The homesteader is required  to per-f  fo'in   the  conditions  connected   there--,  with     under    one     of  the    following  plans: .  (I.) At least, six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for three years,  i (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homestcadr.  er resides upon a farm in. Uie vicinity, of the ..land entered for, the. requirements as to residence may unsatisfied by such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3)   If Uie settler has    his pennaii-  ent residence uiion farming land own  wl hy   him in the vicinity of his home  'stead,    the rei'm-ireiiients  as  to ��������� res!  deuce  may  he    satisfied  by  rosidei.ci  'upon the said land.  Six. monthe' notice in writi.v.-  should be given to tlie Commi.ssioncr  of Dominion 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 a(j/qitiirod by one individual or company. Royalty at tlt(>  rate of ten "cents per ton of 2,00.!  pounds shall he collected on the  tfl'OSS ontpul.  W.   W.   CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of InterioT.  v\bie not  askinc  did   not   want       T1k> (  (omnnttoo   ������eie  as\mft    for   will onlv f    ,���������^_   njotiou  _ft|j(M|  ..place  old   ho������.e    and   will   'not  give (    Ah|    ]Ujp__   ^^^   Si!tonfU.d       b>  tliem  a  ������.inale lenKth  on  hand U(|    u&tio\v    Jnnt   a  eoinmittoe     he  '  The motion of     Vld       Ow-ham rai-   _ppoilU(.ti    bj   thl.  MaNO)      to act as  ried a court  of   icvwon    which   sits       on    , 'I tit-sda.v  next,      Thc  Mayot   a'ppomt'  ���������ui on   tho Committee     Aids   V.y.i-luW,  IT IS DANGKROUS kukhnm,   Haines,    Hodgson,      lvn.ii-  TO NEGLECT A COLD _ton  IIovv often no we liear it remark-I    Hetou-  ndjourning   the  Mayor  drew  ed "Its only a cold," anda few (lays   ih'e attention  ol  the Council    to      a  later  learn   that thc man   is on his  back with   pneumonia.    This is of  such common occuience that a cold.  -)iiv.ii--"i"������"^.. U..S.S..���������.���������     mj,    JU     oume   oi     .\u    .iiiiiii-s       isuus-  'however slight, should not be dtsre-  nuilI.   as Lieutenant Oo^ernor of Un  garded. Chamberlain's Cough Re  medy counteracts auv tendency of  i cold to result in pneumonia, and  has gained its great popularity and  extensive sale hy its prompt cured'  of the most common ailment. 1  always cures and is pleasant Intake  For sale by   Ladj siint.li Pharmacy  matt or that had an interest to  N'nnamto U>* ioK������u*od to i\w sweat  ing   in    olik*o   of    Mi   .lanios      Duns-  Ci  Mannfacturers of theFamous  'CUliAN BLOSSOri  sMone bit   Union Labor    Employed  rt.J.  BOOTH   Prop  LADYSMITH BAKERY  C1-1010 B     CAKES    AND-P A ST RY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding     Cakct   -Hade    to   Order  K11U1TS    AND    CANDIES  OF  ALL  KINDS.     f-KESH   BREAD  EVERY   DAY  1'rices    arc     Very Reasonable.     All  Customers  are Treated  Alike.  HOP  LEE A  CO.  ON  THE   fiSPLANAPE.  tish   Columbia        \_s Mi Dunsinuii*  kad hoen a lesulent of Xanaimo  loi many \<-ais it was only light  and proper that the Council on l>u-  li.ili oi die citizens should foiwaid  to thc new Lieutenant (iovcinor aji  ���������addtcss ( ompluncut ing him on his  appointment lo so high and imp orient   nn  oflici*  Being nn old sihoolinate oi Mi*  nuiisiiiiiii s Aid. Kn.iiston took  Uiciloi plea'-tiic in niov ins that a  csnipliiiH'nl a'"y address he forvvard-  'o'd tli<^ Lieutenant Governor on' the  litacs   suggested  ahovo. *  Aid. Tlarncs seconded and the mo-;  tion  cnrriecl.- '   ;  Xoiii-e i.s g*iven in the Canada!  Onzette that, a light has heen es-;  tnhli.shed on Si vale. Rock, nt Uie  eastern entrance' ot" Sechart Ciian-'  ncl,   Rarkley   Sound. :  meixil>ei-s' composing, the-Grand Jury  had-Jdone t������ei<- work pronipl ly an/l  well.:  Nanaimo, May '2$. '100(,'  To   the    lion      Mr.   ' .Justice      Dun,.  presiding:  at .the      A.ssi/..;    Com I  ol"   Oyer  and  Terminer,  held     al'  Nanaimo,   May 28,   l9C������i  My Lord.  Pursuant    io   vour   instructions an.,  ancient   usua_e  we   the    meiiihe'*- .   ot  w        s*  the ijvand Jiny heg io suliuui  Ihat, we have inspected t'he puhlii  schools, churches and place.s ol  amusement vvilhin the city limit*  toj^jther* wilh the hospital publh  Ihiuidi'ies and principal 'hotels will  n view ol ahcci'iaining (he sunu-i^-n  '(���������j or othervviiu oi appliances foi  suhiliunK      fire,   and   had   found       a'  TollOAVS'  ('l^he  two pn/iupal    hotels are     eq  nipped   with   simple fne escapes,   in  sid������- fue si-rvicos,    and m  one instan  c������   hand grenade. '  SCHOOLS.  With   the   exception   of   the  Middle*  Ward    school    and   ' Convent school,'  adequate provisions     seuni    to"   have  been  made    to meet   i-mergcncics.   Uv  the former   instance    the outer doors1  open 'inwardlj' and in the   latter the-  only  fire  escape  is    consti tictcd      'ol  wood.      Urgent  Intention   1*3   needed  in  these" two   instances-  '      '       CHlfRCriF.S.  With one exception the doom open"  oulvvardl.', v The exception being'  the  Catholic  Church'   St. Peteis  Ittention ii> directed to the heat  ing pipe, leading from the heater to  the fluu of the I'resbylenan church;,  'ihis is. in a dangerous condition by  being-    tGo close     to the woodwork'  nospiTAr.  This   iiistitni ion   is       in     evi client  condition     and     letlecls    'gieat crc-d  it   upon the   P.oaro     .md     Hospital  -taflf.  CITY  JAIL  We   lonnd   this   in   good    condition  but  '���������uongly   iii*(jp  that      some     pro'-  visions  he made   in    10|>e 'with      m1  eipient    fires should they occur '���������  1       '       '  ATirLETlC  CLUll  An   approach    to   tho   back entran  ce which   could he used   as     an     e-\  it  in "case   of fn-e   im much needed  OPKK.V  HOLTSE  Some      etiicient     means ol   exit  should be pro\ided nom the gall  ei ies  FliiE HALL  Everything '_in       this      depailment  was    found  in  excellent condition  SANH'-VRY  The attention ot the   civic     ant hoi"  lties   is   directed      to   the    e\islancc  of  several   stagnant   pools   in     somt'  of the  populous    portions      ot      the  city and  until   the  sovvoiage     sthenn  now   under consider at ion        by      thc  ' s  citv council can b^ ������������������nsnnunatecl  stringent mcasuies sli������o-| be adopted to enfoice sanitary tegtilat  ions on the part of the individual  residents  Until the eiaiot scheme of sewerage is adopted the dtnin continp  trom   Albert    Stieet.  Pr.inUlvn street  ���������pital Photild be carried out  f-i'ther m  (l.e .sail   water.  ",      PUBLIC  LAUNUHlKs  These  should   be   moved   fiom     ih(i  business portion  of  the    cil.y   if    j.ns-  sible.  f'HLVATOWX.  Tin's is entirely   devoid  of any   attempt   'to   dispose   of,    its,   se-vvvi .���������!>,���������  and may   become u so,iirce   oi   dai.^.-i  to tlie  whole '*oinniuiiHy.  AU   of  which   is     respectfully     submitted.  1*'   13.  ftflEPHKlin,  Chairiuari,  BIG C'OLLEOE   ATHLl-rriCS.  The   wail   that   not   enough    candidates   have eo'.nc o.iL for spin.������ football      practice aiinl   (Jittt   llio.se     who  have,     leported  aie     not   iegulur     in  their  aUeiidance is   go'my  the rounds  nf  the  colleges.     11  is  at  Pi meet on  now.      The   "daily     Piiiioc.loin.yi    lament.,   as    follows,    "(.'oinpaiativily  few   men  have Tefipowleil   1o  the cai'l  for    caJiilidates   lor   spring,     ioot,ball  piacticv,   and,   in   addition   lo     this  ���������.hose   who have lesponded  are    uie-  gdliir Jn  tlieir  attendance.       Ue^ulai  piatt>ce,   no   matCei   how   liglil,    has  the "effecl   ot  materially  lessening the  .vork' to  be    dune    in  the  fall      To  >omo ex lent  an  idea  can ' ,he foan t-A  of  tlio   available niateiial,   and in tihe  ase "of   new  men  many  ot   lhe mdi-  ���������lients   of  the-  gillie   c?n   he  .usquiiud  vvluch   vviill 'Le  veiv   valnatble   Tin? is  Especially  tine  in  the  piesenl    case,  owing to  Ihe    l���������cl   that, an   entnel)  new system  of play must   le leaned  before   thc Ibiegimuiig   of the  loothnll  season      The foo'j snll iTascn is shot l  and   lhe   tune   lost   in   teaching  nuli-  vid.ii.il  play  has always pro,oil  to be  a  seiious,'et������l/ick      A laige jiol cent  o!   this   knowledge can he  le-vlily obtained   if  the   caiiiiidaies   will  atttnd  the 'practice,   which   ,s  h&ld  daily  at  Cniversitv field  'Yale's cxew   lost  Uie  lace at Annapolis  because  H, mistook   tli&sta1  NOT IP AS^ RICH.  " " AS ROCKEFELLER  If you had all Uie wealth of Rocke-  ieller,.tlie Standard Oil magnate you  could not buy a better,medicine foi  bowel complaints than Chambeilain's  Colic, ..Cholera and. Diarrhoea llcm.e-  dy* '-., T.h^','-: niosV e!hiin.enl;' physician  can not" prescribe" a "better prepafa  tion ,-���������-for colic and diarrhoea, bo Uj  for children and adults. The ' imi'  form success! of this remedy has  shown it to be superior to all olh-  or's. It n-over fails, and when lWliic-  od with water and 'svvoetened;"' is  pleasant     to   take. Every   family  should  be supplied .with it.   Sold by  'Ladysmith Pharniacv.  '���������GALEBOMAir  Leads Them    AlU  INQUALPPY  R.P.RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  nCTORIA,  .���������; :���������: ���������-   .-:  B.O.  ���������vi ,i'<'. $"_'������. 3". -������;.-s������    ..i  Attention Is called to   ke   tact that tkt  Qgilyie Fflour |ii|is Co    Limited,  makers of  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR      ha-e for Eome ������lmt  past been producing flour in a   lastly  ImproYed  am'  *������irlA  ���������   *-rm..  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  *nd  having secured control  of.   all the basic patents relatln.  then1  to, take this opportunity of advising  the  public that any unautli-  orized users of the electrical   'flour purifyinf processes   win ���������>,, -ro  |  ������pcwtes1.  Ogilvi������ Flonr Mill^CompaDyXlmitod f*  are tbe only millers in Canada whoso   FI nv is  pnx ified by the E'eotrio Proooss  boat at   lhe  finish  and   stopped i0w-  "ing  when.ahead"   is   the   rc,u]y    ns.  planation  from   \'<������-  Haven  lot     flic  Blue's ��������� defeat   in    the   /list   nace    oi  the  season  with    ���������   ciew  fiom     aii-  othei( institution      The idc,_ is    .i>':-  surd-u,   New I Lav en, &i   least-Ih ii  the,    Yale   oaismiMi   gave out   lefoie  the  finish and     could   gn  no  fuithei  ' Vou see,   it  is  this   vvav,*'  said tlie  ma������    tiom      Vale    .ulei   the   race  "Theie   weie  fiflv   |)0lUS  ai0linri   thc  finish  line,  all   of them   alike       'I he  finish (Ij&  was   l<������    hang fUBn    m,e  ni.nl     of, ono,    of these     Tht������    1i ale  covswam,   Bennett,  saw  j,  Mac; tiny  lr-g  from     a  rih.st ,,cai   lhe "finish,  thought   that   ,t   was   thc  h-msli   fla������  a,nd  slopped  iowing      The Annapolii  ciew  vvas   then   ncailv   half  a  lei^th  behind        It  siiot   past   an 1   Won,7oL  ;Vale  never ctossca!   the   lnw "  This explan^ion ls at vananre  wilh the dispatches f,o,n Annapolis  which said tint at the tunc \alo  ���������stopped low-Hia the Middies weie  a-boin cl length to the ^owi .md  ,'that as soon as 11K������ visitors gave  jp Rogers who was lowing No'" ',  fainted and fell hackwaid mto the  arms of .Bigelovv.  Yale's evctise has causal much  merriment at Annapolis The m.ue  nreverent nudshiomen aie inchncl to  boheve that the Yale co\svv..���������, v\.Ls  siquinling- wiWi 0U(. Pje to sep ,]nu  fai ahead the Annapolis nvw w lS  ���������when he made the ],nst,iJ.e with the  othoi   eye���������New-  Yoik   Evwm.q  Sen  Although ttcsle> Coe, ihe ootids  champion shot puttei, has hWn .le-  -Imed tneligiWe to compeie on lhe  -Michigan unuers. <}, kack tca-in this  ���������?pnng, o.whig t,p .tfeonc-ycar eligi*--  flity rule, he will^remain'.i��������� colW-o .  am try for the foo;tbali team i��������� U���������  all      This     is Jntftestitfg news    to  "'ilcdvvitj, .^���������W^rinea'on' Nov-  ember  17. '-' .    ": "      -'-���������'  ��������� ���������'������������������������������������**  Cue was out., of ^.colloge "scvend  years alter he k.ft, Oxford aid. fl:o- '  fore he <.n1ere.il Michigan, and suji-  pa-wd U.at w'asieijuivalent; to at '.  least a _vc.xr's residence'at the An,,  ArjTAr uriiv-crsity. jn ������p.caki;ir 0f iho  matter,   C'oe said:  ��������� "I was' quite surprised'some Urn;  ago when 1 learned that there Was  ���������so'iiie cinestien a.s l0, n,v eligibilitv.  1 am sorry that f c^ki not^ld-niv  mtte lo M.io.iiijan-s strength in de-  feaUug Chicago at the dual and con-  erence meets."  The Yale Alimrni Weeltlv makes an-  JicHincemeJi-t as follows- " lohn M  Cates, 'OB,- L. S." captain of .th������'  track team and left end of the eleven last year, will coach the teami  of <ho United Slates military- academy at, "Annapolis- next ajl." Cates  came direct from A-ndover to tho  iavvschoot, arnicas ,beeh on -the Yule  prevented him from '.piavin^- his fet  football a(,VlW| tJlree ���������ears;   T       .es  game at Yale lasf;',fall. As football  Plam- and trade cap.toin at Yale hc  has shown the vvnalitics which go to  make a good coach. He shouldiave  success in his new worlt;." THE DAILY" LEDGER  ias  --* mr-iwvUMViA-t jni-fli'w",' "ITT"  Mi, fotos.  That's All I  NOTICE.  iMrs. A. L.    Haskias, will sell   Ice  Cream from 6  to 8  every     evening  Victoria  Road,  about one mile  out  NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  7  to   3.     Batteries    for  tlu:  S.  areCuish    and    W.    Pick,  WllllM-JS  for  the  Local Items  day,  journeying  up  on   Hie   12   train.  There will be a meeting oi the  Baseball Club on Thursday evening  at 7.30 at the Mint. -Ml meiivbers  of the club arc r_a*ueste<l to attend.j  Two" dogs   were  impounded     today  hy  Poundkeeper  Ingham, and  if ovvn-  eis iniajs ttheiir   at^mals   toni|p,hl,     it   for  would  be  advisable    to call  a'l     t.lu<  Pound   and   inquire foi  them. '  Mr and Mrs J. McKenzie Fry street,  received a telegram yesterday from.  Spokane, Wash., containing thc sad  news of the death of their son,  JSbeaezzer, which took place in thu  latter place on Sunda. morning.  The remains are expected to arrive  m jSaiiaLmo tomonow, the * funeral  taking' place   _oino  time  later.  Eben,   as   he   was  called       b.v     the  boys   at   school was a     bright    and   ih,.   Whit  Mrs.  Watson, left   foi  Xanaimo  *������ .^ndustruous   pui)ilj   alld alt01. aUond  3IonrIay ���������  ing the Xanaimo High Sehoul lor  aome liim* nude1* the able tutorship  ot the late .Mr. Waller Hunter, he  afterwards attended Manitoba College in Winnipeg, gradual ng from  there two ^i-ui"- ago niter a brilliant course, vitiring si*\c*ial scholarship honor.-. during1 hi.-, collegt* work,  and on olitiiinnig lii^ B.iiliHor of  ])eg-iei*, < uplui'ing the .siher medal  ���������4-nei ul prolicifiicj .  The in'\> >��������� of 11i.s mitiini'K ili-uih  a I the .'ill !\ ugi* ol *J-I .veins, will  In- received Willi regn-l l>\ his minis  Xanaimo school Iliad's nnd friends,  aad lhe sympathy of the publu- will  be felt for Mr and ."Mrs. McKcn-  rio at a loss of n -mi whose fiiliire  seemed   so   full   of   hope  LAWN" TE1SS1&.  Play has commenced in earnest on  the new court of the Rannimo la\vn  Tennis Club and prospects for some  good tennis this season is of lhe  brightest A number of new members 'ha\e joined this year and  there is alrcad.v a tournament spoken of to be started in a few .weeks.  Ding- Bats,    O    Adam   -and C.  Kemp.  ifiSSSMWBSB*^^  The   Junior    Ragles challenge      the  Ding' Bats   to a gam''.' gf baseball on  Klephants'   G rounds      on  lit   next.  Many,, hav-p announced their intention of taking in the excursion *��������� t.i  the S.S. Joan to Nanaimo on Friday evening next, June 1st. On Uie  e.ening a full mo0n will prevail, ?ui<l  if the present fine weather holds an  excellent trip is promised to all.  Ice cream, etc., will be on sale t>y  tlief Ladies' Guild during the trip. | Kov  thus . refreshments for the liungrj i  will be available I  'J'bere  was a  hugv   coiigreg-at ion at  thu   lJalibjurton      tjtieet      -Methodist  Church    rfiintlai    evening   when      thu  1.  Floating log*, piles, etc., Iia\e of  late,-, owjng probably to lhe recent  high'tides, licen plentiful in the harbor. ; It is uiiderstoocl that the Harbor Master has gi\en instructions to  have same removed, as they crnsti-  tute a menace to small boats plying back and forth between the *a-  Jands in the * evening.   . .  , ON THE S113L.  There is such a lot oi talk lUliout  lhe egg training diet, which is said  ��������� lo have helped the viclois ol the  Oxford-Cambridge boat lace on the  'Ihames, and Sherring at Athens,  that one would almost imagine it is  a new tiling. It is nothing ol the  Ivind, however. Soft lUtoile-d eggs have,  from time immemorial, been considered a. splendid adjunct to the training table.  NOTICE.  Free Miner's Licenses expire on 31  ijf May. " Any holder (wishing to renew his license should apply to J.  Stewart- before the .ajbjpve mentioned  dale. ''     | I  PUBLIC MEETING.  Notice is hereby given that a Public Meeting will l>e held on Wednesday evening, May 30, at 7 o'clock in  the City Hall, for the purpose oi  discussing the advisability oi holding a celebration in Li ily smith on  lhe  First of July, next.  D.   NICHOLSON.  Mavor.  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  globes without tlie rubber ring  cannot     lueep    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 at Mrs. T.  X.  Jones, agent for  H2NRY     CREW.  ���������*  The only    place you can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C. for the  French Wreath Co., of Lon-  ikyn, Paris, Melbourne, S.A.,  ������fof, Comox Rd. & Milton St,  NANAIMO B.C.  li.   itobortb    preathed     his  farewell     .sermon. Although        _Ii\  RuborLs has been only twelve, months  in tho city he'ha.s m.ttle umiij ineiui-j  and there are man} who will be  sorrj. to see linn leuvo. 'The service on Sunday evening w.is a \ui-_  bright, one. The retiring- pastor  delivered a vei*i optimistic address,  speaking of the cerlaint,\ ut ultimate victory for thc truths oi Christ  unity, ami urging till his iieareis  to be in lino for the great advance  ment    ol   Chris-turn   print iples.  The   choir    lentleied     I wo   anthems  in   splendid   -stylo    and   the       I'.iiiiiluii',  hymns   were   heartily   sung Mr  Hoberls CApctts to li'.ne the eilj  on Frld.i.v, laN.ng I'he trip lu Victoria,   on   I In-   liotjiiois.  The      Wallace       Street        Methodist  Church   wns   packed   on   tiundiiy     <*v-  ening  when   the retiring* pastor,   lli-v  Sanford   preachetl    his   fan-well       si-r-  mon.  In a few well chosen words * the  pastor thanked the members of the  congregation fo'- their suj>port-in Lhe  past, and also the Ladies A ul and  the lipuurth League for their gootl  work in connection wilh lhe wolk  of   the    church.  At    the   conclusion   ol    the   .sermon,  Mr.     William   Mauson,   sr ,   took   Lhe  pulpit  and   in   a   lew   words   thanked  the pastor  in  behalf      of  the congregation   io*.*  the  kind   words  ho       had  said of them,  and  reciprocated   in the  same    fashion        lie   also   aniiouiued  that   on     Wednesday      evening       the  niembeis oi   the   congregation    would  meet    in  the  church   to  sua      farewell  to Mr. Sanford.     The evenmi'* will be  of .a   social   nature       and       everyone  is  in-. Med,   members  oi   the thifch as  well   as   their    friends.  While at work in Protection Mine  ,\esterda.v ai'iffi-noon, Mr. John.  Langdon of Needham Si ieel, sustained two broken ribs and several  slight internal injuries , by being  &liuck by ti lall of coal. Mr. Lang-  don was removed to the ' Xanaimo hospital ' where his * injuries v.erc attended to byl>r. O'J-trinn  "Mr Lang-don's injuries are not  considered sei ions and lu* will be  ont  again  in  a  lew  ila,\s.  Air. ilaioltl Johnston has received  word from llarr.v .Ferguson .saying-  he wi.she>> to v\m his race with W.  Wilson of (Jalgar.*, in N'anaimo instead of Vancouver as previously  arrait-g-ed, and so the event will take  place on the Caredonian grounds  somo evening during the week. Considerable interest is being taken  in the event by the local sprinting  fraternity, as Mr Ferguson was a  resident of ihis city 'lor a considerable    lime.  Mr John I led ford of Allverni. ar-  ri'ed on" lhe stage'last, night * and  this morning will proceed' to Vancouver where is to meet a young  latl.v   f>-oin   Scotland    to   whom he  will be married on her arrival in  Vancouver Air. Kedl'ord is a very  popular man in Alberni ami vicinity  being   one   of   the   members   of the  Slrathcona Horse which done such  good service during the South Africa n   w.u*          ti ������������������.  'lo'iimy Twaddles���������Jimmy, lio.busl-  <<1   my new   slale.  M.i Twaddles���������Thai bad boy1 What  ihnd  you   been  doing   t0 him?  Tommy���������Nbthiif. 1 was a-svvipm'  .tl his head with it, just for fun,  an' lhe last time T did it he didn't  dodigc.���������Clev eland  leader.  BUSTER BROWN SUITS for  Boys���������infancy Tweed, Duck  Oalalees���������Nicely trimmed  $1,25 to $5-OO  BLOUSE SUITS for Boys-in  Duck, <J a 1 a t e e s, Fancy  French Gingham, the good  ���������washing,- kind  o:'c. tO $2  RUSSIAN SUITS for'Bbys-in  fancy Tweed, Prints, Duck  Sateen, Oalatees >  .$1.25 tr $4  Fancy Silk'  Fancy Pique  ..������..O"0"������"A<r3..9'-S"w������-9*.������  .������  Pioneer M\h Ms  11st. Avenue, La  It':  8. C.  V. f, Riiiiii;. Prop.  MAXULWCTURJ'vR  OK  Carbonated Beverages.  (! i n r e r   Beer  Fruit Syrups  P.   O.   Ilox   2.i 8  ,������..���������..������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������**���������-*���������>������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������  ������������������������������������*���������**������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������   *9*9****<r*   9****  9  Coal     Oil  riHde expressly lor-"--   Buster   Brown  Suits  OUR  WINDOW  WANTED���������Hy a yoimtr. woman, il  i'osifiori as mother's liclp. Good  cook and thoroughly reliable. Apply  at  Ledger  Office. s.'i.  WANTED.���������A  Mrong girl   foi    gene-  ltil  housework.     Apply  New  Western   Hotel.  U ANTED���������Nursemaid, afternoon anl  u.eniii", for child one year old. Ap  plv D8,   Ledscr Office.'   '  Walters &  Akerohead  Engines  l-'or l.auncliL-s. Pishlnfr Itoals,  t:tc.  Stationery   Engines  for all Power Purjioses  Simple, Hcontiiiiicul, Reliable  Alisolulely no thinu,er,  So Electfic Spate or Batteries . .  to i!,et out of order.  Write ut for I'urliculai.s   Rochussen & Collis  7 Yates St.  Victoria, B. C  Machinery  Agents.  X  X  9  9  9  9  9  X  9  9  9  X  9  ������3������maaB92BM  EE3  Holiday Season0%  ��������� v_^ *t_i  We show a large assortment cf Dainty Novelties  in up to-date.BLOUSE WEAR, also a large stock  of : : __  a  Hi  NOTICE.  T, Wong (Jhing K'ee, iiave imirha>eil  the business, fools and fixtures of  ChuBi*; Kce's slio.* niaUing cs^.i.lilisli-  inenl, Ladysniilli, ami that nil pei-  soiis liavni" any chiiins against the  said Llum~ Kee, must come and mal.e  ihat claim In me on or ijefoie the  lirsl, day of .limp, I'lOfi, and'Miat I  will not/le rrfsponsi'lile���������f.or any cKiims  or deltas of the said Oiling Kee aftei  the  first day  of  .lime,   HlOf..,  GSigiicil)     WONfl  CUING KEE.  Ladysniilli, 22nd iM.iy,  IflOn.  ^tr. and ^11 s Win. Men ylielfl. of  Cumber!nmi am Lhe guests of Hi.  nnd Mrs Uilh'-r Bri������lil on. Milton  Strcel .  SiuoKe Big H. '.'igars  -Mina-rd's  cians.  f.iniment    used hv Phvsi-  ���������.���������������������������������������������.������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������  .���������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������4"������..  i.^..������.^..0..������H������.  PIPES  On the Ki'd 0.found.s, : Victoria  Road last night the. junior Maple  Leafs defeated the .Jin.'ior 'Ding  Bats  at baseball  by  the     score      of  J-"roim  Ladysmith   to  Na.naimo    pet-  Steamer Joan.  FRIDAV, JUNE ist.  Under the  auspices  of   thc    l.ailics'  Guild of the Church  of  England.  Round Trip 5oc, ���������- Children 25c,  Minard's Liniment.is  man's  Friend.  the   Lunvher-  dW������V������WfiWllfIfffflfflffI ���������tiltf������������t������ff���������l���������^f.������r^  COWAN'S I COCOA  'Makes a delicious Beverage and should be in every Home  I.4Lb.  1-2 Lb.  i   Lb.  Tin  Tin  Tin  .2UC  .4OC,  ���������75C  i Lb. Package  40 Cents  BLAIR   A   ADAM  Gmiranteed   nol  or crael:,  for  litirn  35 cts.  AT���������  IHI1IV BOOR w  ������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  '������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������A***-  .NOTICE.  1, thc t!iitlersij>nwl .lane McMillan,  administiattiv ol Joliu 11ii������1i McMillan, deceased, lierehy give nol ire  that 1 intend nt the next sitting of  the Hoard of License Commissioners  for (ho district of South Maiiaiino,  to he- liohlcn at l.adv smith on the  15th day of June, J HOG, to make application to that lionotable body foi  a transfer of the hotel licenses lo  sell intovicaling 1 liquors uiidci ' the  jirovisions of the Statutes on ihat  behalf, in the pieniiscs Known antl  described as the Tunnel Hotel at  Extension, llritish Columbia, from  the said .Jthn lltigli McMillan to  Alexander  J    McAlillan.  -IANE Mr-AIILLAN,  Administralrix of .lohn Hugh McMillan.  l-OR-  Tennis Goods  Lacrosse ��������� Sticks  -AND-  Base Ball  Outfits  ���������WKITK-  J. 6ARNSLEV A CO. :  Vl( T0I.IA, B. C.     j  ��������� ���������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a  Granite and Marble Works  ���������  and  to������..Mm  SIMCNLBISER&CO Lui.  m  ^w w wwwttf w ww wit f wwwwwwnr m m w wtt fwi^  1 Notice  ^ . _____   A. How. ������������������l Clieni-inualias oprued the nu-utm������rlc it  latelv run by W. Ward, on Kvbcrts Sti e< 1 ������ Hi a  lull Urn of First CIum Meul������  Pork and Sausagea Specialty ��������� A Frial Solicited  i  ���������-���������   a-fci    ������������������- i ar _i  (I  Clranite and M"arhlc Monu-  nieiils, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest prices . consistent  -witli first class slock and  workmanship. Write for  catalogue.  A.   STEWA'RT,  HS Yates St. Victoria B.C  A.  HOWE v Phone 2  P MEAT   MARKbT   ^  ���������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  RAY/VIOND&  SONS  ���������Dealers  in���������  Lime,  Plaster Paris,    Brick,  Fire "Brick ��������� and .Vancouver island cement.  3" Pandora'St. Victoria  B.C..  _3I  BARGAINS IN WATCHES  Wc have marked   in Plain'Figures'the Prices of our���������  Waltham, Elgin and other American Watches  /t a Great Reduction���������Call and sec them  B. FORCIMHER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE LADYS/TITH  JtSCX_S_aB__fiS  I  S2&a&sB^%Bxss&3g������asi?~gn:.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  9**********9**9*99999*  9  9  X  9  9  9  9    r_  ���������  ���������  9  9  For lo-mo'rro.w we have a large supply of-  in Fresh and Tasty Cuts  PANNELL and PLASKHTT  --��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9*<  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  >9  *  *  *  9  9  .9  9  9  9  9  X  r    FOR SALE  fcggs from Pure Bred Stock  Ail Birds Trap Nested  No Inferior Layers Kept  Buried,     BnlT    and      White   Rocks  White Wyandotles, WJiite and    Brown  Leghorns.  $1 Per Setting  $6 Per Hundred  E. STEWART,  Bo\ 268 Ladysmith, B.C.  T  have just received  a shipment of  Hills'  High Grade  HVfiLlsSH TOBACCOS  and  C.GARE1 IFS  at .-he������������������-  DRUG  STORE  *  tW&Bg&iSSBG&iL.-  Sporting Goods  .-���������--_-___-���������_- ������������������  Just arrived���������the h*-t .line-'of���������  Tennis Goods, Baseballs,  *'; '"   ",' '      '        "   ~ * .  Bats, Gloves, Etc.  LADYSMITH HARDWAKE COMPANY LIHITED  H********^ i  Now,is .Spring cleaning time.  Coat  vour walls with  Church's A'abastine  Will not  nil)   off.    A, peifeet and sanitary wall coating, sold  in  50 & 25c. Packages  A Is,) paint your woodwork     with  "Pyramid Brand'*  of'I'aints. .   The  best   in   the  market,  only  "$"���������75 **er Gallon  We also carry a  large lin_ 0I  Fine Varnishes  Enamels,     Rrtishes,     Window Glass,  Pioom nnd Picture Mouldings,  etc.  Try a  gallon of out  Granite   Floor  Finish  to   preserve ' your  Linileiiins.      Bring  5rour pictures to   he framed  to  H.   KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  THE FENCING GIRL        ' FOR  33 Wbfte' Swm" Soap Wrappers  _M_MM-_-a-----------a----- -a-_--a------------>  Send us 35 WHITE SWAN WRAPPERS  and we will mail you a Beautiful Picture of  THE FENCING  GIRL A number of others  to choose.'f.rjbm   "  The Dfitlsfi Columbi-i Soap fforks. Victoria B. C  '���������'P.S.-rWe will nvail you free -me  of  our  Premium Lists on aPl)lica1j'011-  y^yyyy^yy>^W������������AAAM<W^^*^^^WMAM^^r������ v v^^^A^T  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  '). FIRST A  VENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to jour  Satisfection^ Call and see''Stock.--.'':  Plumbing aqd Tinsmilhing  ' DOlvlEi AT   -\  Reasonable Prices  J. ANDERSON  Leave orders at   reterson's  Furn-  Hire Store, or telephone No !>'���������).  ��������������������� *  f .  T  r  ���������  FOR THE NICEST  "You ������ay  there "wasn't;a dry   eye  in  the house?"   "N0t one.    But the throats     were  something fierce.."���������Milwaukee    Sentinel,  T  1  Ice   Cream  Milk Shakes, Soft Drinks  Candies,   Fruits, Totacco ^  C igars, etc. -4  cAli, on ������������������$  W- L- CARTER, \  FIRST   AVENUE I  Parlors, for Private Parties.     4  *:+4.4 4 4 ���������> ��������������������������� ���������-������������������ -4 4-f 4 4~f-*-f >+ 4 -���������-*-���������"������������������  Try & Province Cigar.  ' 'I

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