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 ���������flir r~,  ZZ    ZZ    -  r -,irn    7^  j-       j  TT  *" j;E0X8LAT'IVB'* ASSEMBLY.  ���������'���������V.-3  Daily Ledger  AN EARLY TRAIN  FROM EXTENSION  Colliery Cjompany Will Run  An Early Train to Enable  The Men to Vote  An early train will be run toiftor-  plant,  theratepayers would probab-  row fiom Extension for the convenience of-the inineis working1 at E\-  tension who.aie entitled to ,vote in  the city.' The tram "will leave Extension at 3:15,  leaching Ladysmith  at 3:45, thus'giving,   fifteen minutes  ly cast the necessary number of votes  to.empower the council to "go  and bouow wbatevd money  is hec- j  essaiy to put'in  the plant  PREFES  mm m  TQ MARRIAGE  -������������������*-  Spokanc, Aug. 9.���������After two days  of man led life, Hans Aineseu, a hod-  cairiei, with money in the bank, disappeared a week ago Tuesday, taking the money with i-s������i.- He was  located    today in a' private sauitar-  SCHOOL WILL  '?'   0r\ HON  JUGUST 27  While it was generally supposed  that tlie local seboolb would not- open uiitil August 27th, no official notification was received in Ladysmith  to that eflect until today, when Mi.  J.  Stewart, secretary  ol the school  mm at Portland; Ore., wheie he had board,'   lcceived the lollowing    com  been takeu by  the city marshal-   oi mumcation.  Kemmeren, Wyo., at his own reqne-.se ",.          Victoria, Aug. 9, 1900.  laid expense                                      | . J. Stewart,  Esq.,  Secietaiy oi   the  While ins bride, .who was   Regina School Boatd, Ladysmith, B. C.  allea(1 jCJundersen, a laundry girl, was    mi- , Sn,���������In leply  to your inquiry     of  portuning the police with her   teals the 7 th mst , i-beg to say that all  GOOD SHOOT  -*���������������������������-  The Afternoon's Sport Was  Enjoyed More Than the Launch  Ride Back to the City  Yesterday afternoon the Tyee   Gun   the return trip that the trouble star-  Whether the load was too bea-  Club held a  veiy successful shoot on'ted.  the green, just-across the hay.  ("ammunition" or not, Is not  known  A"jVy,  the    engineer    wounded by  the  the- afternoon those who had remain-' ���������  ingly an expcit on the  tion, Col.-Tiacy, of ,Vancouver, was ] tilla,' bought a ticket for"Huntington  tofthemineis'to leaeh.thccty hall j^cuied, and ,1ns icpoit was, lavoi- J at which point he bought another  and cast their vote     -���������   - iable. ' In bis icpoTt he stated    that   ticket foi , Omaha,  Neb.      He    left  As nearly cveiyonc in the city afe I with the aid oi both decks,- be   au- >u������ traurat Kemmeien, Wyo., where  ' '��������� ��������� ' - - - ���������   ��������� '"- "'"��������� "������������������'-''  ������������������" '��������� *���������������- ���������+������������������   mac-  was  tliaid of losing his mind and wanted'to, return tp Spokane, onering ta  pay the marshal's fare and expenses  to go with him. He had $1,500 ', iu  cash. At Pocateilo he changed his  mind aud tasked to be taken to an  institution' at Portland.' He said  then he had decided his marriage bad  been a mistake aud he was trying  to get away from his-wife.  money i. o-iol toi)1)ei.y alul murder, it seems that, schools throughout the Province rc-'ed in the city could heai the guns'but tne iauncn refused to make the  ilant. Accord-Ii,cr jlusband had purchased a ticket open tins yeai\on the 27th' ot Au- ol the shooters cracking, and it was'trip back Fiom six until nine she  j watei   ques-;! for PorHand, left theHiain'at Uma-  gust.-  I have  the honor lo be, Sir,  long   after    dark :befoie    the party   remained obstinately in the centre of  aware- tomorrow the vote < is 'to be'ticipalcd  no  difl.eulty  whatever     iu.,J������������ was picked up by the city  taken of the ratepayers' on the ques- 'seeming - .,.ifhcient water  to urn    a  shal.   .He told the marshal he'  tion-of whether oi   not the,City   of 'plant thioughout  the year,  although    '" " "f  '���������" ��������������������� -��������������������� ��������������������������� ������  Ladysmith shall borrow..the' sum   of .^ nught be  necessaiy to stoic some  $35,000 for the'piupose of installing 'for'W'during the di y ,season.-After  an electiie light plant here this fall.-  Col   Tracy's 'report,  a petition 'was  The question was voted on last yeai, ipiescnted to the council by  tatcpay-  wheiwifWAs pfoposed   to'install    a |ets, asking that a money by-law   be  steam plant, and the majonty of the 'Uramed, - and put befoie the    people  voters were against same.- , It    was Jloi  vote.     This  was done, and    to-  stated at     the   time that \t it was [morrow,  the question, will be, settled  possible to    install ,a water    power ]one way or'the othci.   ''  ^  BAPTIST  MUTINY  Sault Stc. Maiie, Mich., Aug^ 10  |'���������Mutiny'in the ranks of > the First  Baptist church" reached a sensational  climirx -Thursday- last- when Revr C:  C. Marshall engaged in a fight'ui tho  aisle ot the chinch striking a member ot the congregation in the  mouth, then leaving the church followed by a bundled friends Charges  will be preferred against Mr.- 'Mai-  shall and the matter will be '.atten  up by the Uppei Peninsular Baptist,  association in an effort to drive him  fiom the pulpit.  The trouble was si a i ted soon aftei  the levival last wintci by Rev. Dan  . Shannon. It is alleged that under  the pastoral of Rev. Mi. Marshall,  the membership fell off until it became the smallest in the city .' -ir:t  night in the pulpit Mr. <������urshal call  MINER KILLED  AT PHOENIX  j������d  day!  LABOR DAY  IN VANCOUVER  Youi  Obedient Seivant  ALEXANDER ROBINSON,  Superintendent of  Education.  - '       o   MARKET IN. -  GOOD SHAPE  Seattle, Aug. 10.���������Thcie will be no  necessity for a curtailment in the  shingle output tins year.   The strike  reached home. The shoot had been  ananged for the purpose ot ascertaining iwho should win the locket  which ' the Tyee Coppei Company  weie btleiing foi compel ition, and it  was therefore an agreeable surprise  yesterday when Mi. R. Rolston, man  agei ot the Ladysmith Haidware Co.  announced that the above  bstinately  the bay, and refused, to back up or  go ahead. About seven o'clocu, &  launch from this side put out to her..  and as everybody supposed, asked if  she wanted a tow Those on shore  watching the boats, saw the rescuer  .stop,- and then swing round on a  'journey up the bay.     Thinking    the  were  company'occupants of-the injured boat        would put up three prues for com-'enjoying a fishing1 tiip, no further at  petition. Each pme, too, was welt' tention -was paid to her, and it wai  woith winning, and this fact made1 not until late at night that it was  every shotof the afternoon an inter-"learned that she had been ofieied no  estmg one. The shooting foi ��������� the help whatever. All this did not help  that* compelled the mills lo close Hardware Company's piizes was a 'the gun club, either. Six o'clock  the surplus stocks on hand and nas handicap aftair, the best shots stand- ' came, and the club stood lined up  the suepius stocks on hand and has mg a certain distance further back'on the'beach waiting for their sup-  given the millmen control ol the sit-  ��������� ���������^rf.m... **  Vancouver, Aug. 10.���������  uation.    The shingle stocks at    Mm  nesota-Transfer     aie     said to have  been worked ofi, but at Kansas City  the sciatch.  the stocks aie ol fair, size.  It is" estimated that the mills will  be unable to    pile up iv surplus    ot  than others.    Mr. Geo. Hepple,   the' piy of "ammunition"     and    a   ride  winner    oi    the Dominion Cartridge home.    Seven'o'clock came, and  the  ������n  club were still waiting. Eight o'clock  Company's medal,  being placed  Each    contestant was and   still    nothing doing.     By   this  entitled to Jifteen shots. ^ ' time the club    were lined up   in    a  The winners of the prizes weie  As sitting posture" near the beach,    and  follows: - , above their heads was noticeable   a  shingles "during the lemaindei of-.the j 1st,  TV White- .* .\ 13  faint   blue,-haze,    rapidly becoming  yeaiv'-The full* demand  will use up   2nd, E. Conway  12 "thicker.  . All. this time ^theie    were  shipped--3tdv H���������Wcight '.....,:-.-,.-..7.: \.;.r;.v. -*U "lauiicfies and'-rowboats plying   back  ___            ^   .���������       teadiness     Air. T. White,    for   first prize, re- and forth between Shell Beach    and  Meadow. Lailc piopeityjg,,^ notlce> it was found tnat    the o������ the market. ' Reived a handsome shooting    jacket.   Ladysmith,  just out ot hail, although  recently   started opeiatrons.   blg stleet parade,   usually the   tea-'    With the movement of the"  ciops,- '1'hc    second pn?e consisted of    o'ne  in plain sight.    Nine o'clock and the  rtner, Thomas Ker-*  tuie of t|,e diiy   woul(i have  to   Jie  and th^ eastbound  lumber and shin-  hundred rounds ot ammunition, while  launch loomed in sight.  cut out,  but otherwise the   eclebra- 6lc traffic the caL  shortage, already the third prue was a hunting flask. |   With a sigh   of thankfulness,    the  tion villi be "much the same as   that  ielt keenly in some sections, will be I   Previous   to    the    knowledge  that   various members of the club gather-  of last year.     Two bands have been a handicap    against    manufacturers,   special pnzes were to be given,     it ed up their belongings, and made for  the    Uianby mines.,   engaged and will paiade the   streets 'The slunglemen haA e been giving lam-  lia<1 ������een arranged by the club to al-  the landing.   It was dark   by    this  "'  '"    *    '   (    in the morning, and in the afternoon 'uer manufacturers the benefit of   the  ll>w     each    member    50     cents    in   tune, and although the launch could  vPhoeiux,   B.C.,, Aug   9^011 Satui-J. The loca, Labor D      committw of  ay1 night, .about 11. o clock, a Uieat  thrf ,flades & Labor CouncH met   Qn I  -^oithein ore Irani ran--ovei and kill-  Tuesaay evening,  with S. "J    Goih-,>ll"t^'-shll������6VAs'A^tj.cau.���������be,.!  eiaiimiias-Uoiuill^.a-.muiei^inpioy^l-^--^ Owing   to    the  east'. and* this insured the stc  ed at  \.vlucb  oOLkill and bis pa  uicui), bud been 111 town and had  been dunking lo some extent. Tue'y  started "bade over ihc Cheat Noith-  eru     spur     to  leaching a point IjuL loily icut fiom  the enci ol the tail of the switchback, ami beard the ore tram coming in the distance. Corkill said he  would sit down on the track,ior a  lime, aud fvermucn tried to get biro  to go on,' finally going on huiisclt a  lew' hundred" icet be>ond the mils,  r'he latter    heard    the train eonnn{>  and shouted lo Coikill, running back 'the events doubled up.    It is cstimat  play at Recreation Park.   The   com- ^ais,   and there  is  a  leehng 'amon&  mittce will make an effoit to secure  Ulc shingle inaiuiUctuieis   that  an    Intermediate    game of lacrosse,  probably    between New Westminster  and Vancouver.  The race list is very comprehensive, and as the programme is a long  one  there will be  two courses    and  the locket contest      The best   shots be seen a short distance away, there  ti,c   were   to  be    handicapped    a  certain was but   a comparatively faint    ex-  lumbeimen ought to give them    the  numbei of birds.    However, owing-to naust  coming    from it.    The shoot-  liist call    on available cars.     It   is   ll������e lact that the shooting for    the ers weie past words,, however,   and  not probable, though, that the lum-  special  pnzes  occupied    considerable ' nothing was said until the boat came  bermen will surrender any advantage   tilll(i.   onl)r    half of the shots     were in plain  sight and it was seen   that  they have seeuio'1                                   jUled fG1  tne locket, and  the xemain- the sounds which they had taken for  Repoits from  the shin ;lc    centres  mg in will be shot oft   at some fu- the exhaust of the engine was    the  show that the mills are opening    up  ed all on his side to use. When they  low him from the chuich. He was  stopped in the aisle by .lap Toner,  .who accused the picichei Oi bemj, a  scoundrel. Maishall then Muicl: To-  nei   in   the    face,    inflicting >i Ml  biuises.   The pastor and the       <it-  |-ets are trying to get another  bulling in which to hold sciviiss.  WORKING WITH D  FRACTURED RIB  , >just m time lo see lum rolled under   ed that there will    he  10,000 people  the pilot ot  the locomotive,  the un-" i,t Uie city foi   the demonstration.  ioituiiAte man dying a .lew   minutes j   At noon'there will be a    luncheon  atteiwaid. j for the officers of the unions and in-  Corkill was a single man about 4G   vited guests.    A shoit programme of  yeais old, both men being natives ot   addresses will follow,  the Isle of Man.    Corkill was au old  lure date.  j labored ftieathing of Mr. Cowan, who  J   The preparations for the dance    in  tuner in the     Boundary,    owning a  the evening at Myers' Hall are  pro-  number of claims, some of which'are 'gicssing and a  big success is In pros- _    . It<  under  bona.     He bad been employed I pect.    The collections from the  mer- ganization,  that     it has    had little ,'*'��������� White  at  dibcieul  mines  in  this     district, I chants of the City have been    very j money to cany on its, tight and that ,&��������� Hepple  gradually. The Tacoma agreement of | Mi Geo. Hepple was handicapped bad towed the launch across with a  the shingle-weaveis to demand a io- *><* ^<-ds out of fifty, consequently, towhoat, and had left none of the  turn of the old crews expires by li- 'ts will be seen by the score, he ac- ammunition behind. While the club  nutation last night. In some sec- , tually got as many birds as did the ' were evttemely jarateful to Mr. Cow-  tions the weavers today are still -le-   two who lead. [an, still, they    could   not see    how  manding that all men be lcmstated, j The fom who aie now in the lead j their position was betteied matenal-  but the mills are getting crews with- are as follows. ly, and a night in the open   seemed  out much duliculty. H������- Wright   19  to be the programme.   However, ev-  The sifowmg by the weavers'    or-   *'���������   Conway  19   entually a rowboat was hailed,    and  17 la   message  despatched to Harrup  &  1G Hayden's boat house, the latter tak-   *+*   Vancouver, B C, Aug. 10 ���������As a ic-  sult of a blow he received at the  time of the wreck of the Chchalis, it  has developed that Mr. R. II. Brycc  has been going round ever since with  a fractured rib. In spite of this, ho  continues to search diligently for  some traces . of the bodies of those  who-,were';.drowned, at" the,time, and  was out on the Inlet all day yesterday, but without success. As soon  as he feels that he can spare U10  time he will go to the. hospital and  have the  rib. set.  -.���������":;.������������������o���������������������������������������������  3 ATTEMPTS  AT SUICIDE  New York, Aug. 9.���������Cecil B. Smith  42 years old, a newspaperman mado  three unsuccessful attempts to commit suicide today. First he threw  himself headlong down the stairway  ^ of the 50th street subway station,  sustaining a few bruises. After he  was assisted to his feet he Walked  up the stairs on the other side of  the station and again dived down to  the platform below. Breaking away  from two reporters who ran to his  assistance, he threw himself upon tho  tracks but was rescued barely in  time to save himself from being run  over by an approaching train. It is  believed his mind was affected by.thp  hot weather.  it one lime haung been a shift boss  at the British Columbia Coppei Com  pany's Mothei Lode mine, lie had  been employed at the Meadow Lark  only since the property started operations, about three -weeks. The district corouci decided that an inqiuest  was unnecessary, and jbhe deceased,  will be buried by Greenwood Mincis'  Union, l\o. 22, ol which he was a  member in good standing.  successful.  relief could not be secured   from the  ITALY IMPROVES ON.  THE DREADNOUGHT  Load'oiv Aug. 9.���������According to an  article ; contributed '��������� by Col. Cuni-  Miteti, chief constructor- of the Italian ������avy, to the first issue of 'June's  Fighting-, ships l'or 19Dfi-07, Italy  is building- a battleship which' 'is an  advance upon I bo Dreadnauglxl, us  the latter is; upon bci- preilt-Ccesors.  The Dreuihrailght 'lici-self' wns based  on ideas that' Col. Cuniberi'i contributed to June's Fighting ships  for 1903, but. Col. Cuniberti, who  is -perhaps the gt-ontest living, warship designer, holds,'that tho ^tusso-  jnpanses war proved tbn I.; 1 he 12-  iiibb guns are very .unsatisfactory;  and it is ileduct.ort nhat, ho '. regards  the, 'Drondnaught.' as not Ijeing \ a  type best calcnlatod to succeed in  moclenni warfare. ��������� e outlines, although 'with cautious reserve, a new  ideal ship," the'main armament" of  which will -Vie eight l?,.:r> inch guns  each firing a l-'iO pound shot a-  gaiust tho.   Dreadnoiigh's SfiO pounds.  la addition to their greater cnlibro  tin.' guns will ho so mounted as to  onnble nil of.thorn to ���������bc'fu.-ed cither  singly oi- as broadside, an arrange,  moat, that baa hitherto not been adopted.      . ... ������.  AFTER B. C.  LUMBER  J American Pedciation of Laboi, is m- >hoot was in piogtess, it was decid-   club home.    '  'terpieted as an indication that   the  ^li l������  dispatch the launch to the city  about ten o'c  terp  '(weavers' fight will not be continued  much longer. The fight cannot bu  'suppoited in the isolated districts  wheie local 01 gannations aie trying  to keep it up, and millmen believe  the resumption of work will be gen-  eial this week.  PILOTS GET  THEIR PAPERS  Vancouver, Aug. 10. ���������Mr. J. H.  Zouining, of the Western Zouruing  Company, of Jacksonville, Fla., is iu  the city investigating the lumber situation. He is a heavy buyer of yellow pine, which is becoming so scarce  that prices are almost prohibitive.,  After a careful study he has decided  that the spruce and fir of this Province   will    compare favorably with  the yellow pine for bridge timber-and JninS of the operation of'the new'Mount Holly, N.J., last week that  railway ties. . While in the city he law making it necessary for pilots of 'lie knew��������� the solution of the'famous  will confer with local millmen with Sasolme boats carrying passengers Charlie Ro.ss kidnapping case, which  a  view    to introducing British   Col-  lor hire to have  licenses,   nearly 350   stirred the entire United States   S3  been issued years ago, he caused William Von  by the local United States marine LH0dge, a resident of Galveston, to  inspectors   office.     The boats  repre- We to the    front today with    the  Seattle,  Aug.  10.-  ���������Since the begin-  During the afternoon, and while the  ing his  launch over and bringing the  They icached Ladysmith  clock,  for some���������well, some say for ammun- I During the afternoon Mr. (R. Rol-  ition, and others say it was some- ston acted as official judge and "iwas  Hung else���������but at any rate the boat ably assisted in his office by Messrs  came over, and the necessary "am- J Foicimmer and T. Cowan. Mr. F  munition" was secured.     It was   on ��������� Rainev made an efficient scorer.  .,. I  THINKS HE IS  GHAS ROSS  '   M^��������� '  Port Worth, Texas, Aug. 10.-  Wlieu Joseph Likens, a former resident of Galveston, told his friends in  SEATTLE ON  VANCOUVER  timbia lumber in the markets of   tho of thcse.certificates .have  Southern States.  HORSE GIVES  MAN SHAKING  -%r������f-*-  Bi-ighton,  ling..   Aug 9.���������'Just prior  to  the decision   in the race   for- the     .._  ���������    front today with  sented average about, five tons.. ..The  statement that he (Von Hodge)  office estimates  that   there    are     svt  least. 1,500 gasoline boats in'''"opcra-v  tion in the slate, but only a' relatively small number of them >.i;e  within the meaning, of--the law, The  new law went into effect June :-o.  Many   more applications are expected  is  ie as the boats cannot be operated for  Worthing plate todayV Marigold   IV, 'gain unless    the pilot has the neces-  ridden  by  jockey   Brady   reared     up   sary papers  and   knocked   .TocUjoy  Madden,     who  was   riding-   Centre    oiit   of  the'   saddle,   then   went,  on  his knees   caught  hold   of Madden's  'throat  and  shook  him  like a rat,   despite the efforts of  O.   Griflin   of  the      Steamer Princess  Brady ������ho belabored   the horse over 1 Victoria    was bound'over   today  for  ibe    head.     Eventually the    enraged t trial   before   nexy court assize rjut.be  CAPT.  GRIFFIN  CHARGED  WTTI-I MANSLAU,GHTER  Vancouvor,     Aug.     9���������Captain      T.  munial     was lieaten  off,  Madden's charge  of  the original Charlie Ross.  Von Hodge declared tonight that  Likens met him many years ago and  told him that on July 1, 1S74, he,  as a boy, had been kidnapped from  his'mother's home in .Germantown,  Pa. Further than that Von Hodge  said Likens would make no statement.  - As he believed that he must be the  long-missing Charlie Ross, Von  Hodge saw some members of the  Ross family, but they insisted that  he had none of thu physical appearance of either his father or his mother.  ;Von Hodge    then   became  discour-  -������������������������������-������-  the  The Seattle  "P.-I." contains  following editorial:  "Prosperity, which has been, and  is, so general throughout the 'United  States, seems to have crossed over  the border and extended into British  Columbia according to figures given  by the Vancouver Province.  "The population A Vancouver, according to the Province, is now upward of 50,000. The ctivity in  building was never grmsir than to.  day, and the tide of development "  which has been flowing *there for  some years is still on the increase.  "The statement made on behalf of  Vancouver was most ^flattering to the  people of that prosperous and thriving community. Even though a 11a-  tional boundary line separates the  two cities, the welfare of ''.-i-iju er  and Seattle are too closely rJ.'.td  in too many ways to permit of any  but the best wishes here for Vancouver's  continued  prosperity."  manslaughter  in relation   aged and let the matter drop    until  throat  was  badly  lacerated arid     he  to the Chehalis case,  if tho attorney  was  bleeding  freely  when relieved.     general prefers an indictment.  he.read Likens' statement.     He    is  now    looking    into the matter,   and  stated tonight that it was his own  absolute opinion that it would yet  be proved that he is the missing  Charlie Ross.  .A:  j, -,^4 j-1  f> THE LADYSMITH DULY LEDGER  ������.  I)  Si  Hit 0A1LV UEDKR  Publiahffti  every   day   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  THE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One  Year  (in  advance) $5.00  One Month  ��������� ... ~  50 cents  FPJIDAY  Aug-  10,  100C  PURCHASE SILVER  FOR COIN AC 10  Washington, Aug. 'J���������for Ibe first  timo in thirteen years the United  States GovcrntticuL toda.s announced its put nose' to pui-chaso sU\m-  for coinage pui-poBcs.  Tenders  tiro  invited    at   the     ollu-u  of the   Dircctoi- of llie   Mint   lu-i-c   on  Wednesday the l."������th iiist.,   nnd every  'Wedaesdny    thereafter   until     further  notice  "for    delivery    :it   the     I'biln-  delph'ia.    Now      Orleans   or     Denver  mints, settlement    to  be on tin*  New  York      basis    of  bullion     guarantee.!  .999 line.     The  treasury  reserves the  right   to  reject   a If  tenders    oi-     accept   such pat t of any tender as innj  suit  its     convenience.     Jt is   understood that, anticipating   that'its le-  rtppearauce  as a purchaser might tem  porarily   disturb the market   unduly,  the  treasury   has obtained    considerable   amounts    for    future    delivery,  so that it is in a position to drop out  of tho   market  tor  several     months  if  desirable.     The  average     requirements   of the     treasury throughout  ike year   probably will, net   esceeu-  one  hundred    thousand   ounces      per  month, and it will be  the policy    of  ike   department while Keeping a reas  onable amount  in  hand    so   as      to  distribute    its  purchases   throughout  ''tlie year,    that  its  demands    will  be  uniform   and not   au element   of   uu-  uncer-tainty in the market.  ���������. 0   Called to a Conflict.  Meilla, Morocco, Aug. 9��������� Beacons  were lighted( tonight, calling the com  bators of the. different tribes to assemble. It is believed that a conflict with the forces of the Sul.  tan   will occur shortly.  barked on boaid the Adria       which  proceeded t^or Genoa.        '   ^   "Don't you sometimes find it hard  to make your constituents understand what you tell them."  "I don't so much care about their  understanding it," answered Senator-  Sorghum, "If .they'll only believe it."  ���������Washington Star. "   o->   NOT ME,V '>v''' "���������''  "Oh 1"  snapped Mrs.  Nugget,    during    their   quarrel,     "all   men   aie  fools."''  ."Yes," retorted Mr. Nagget. / "Well  iiiifor' jnatcly for you dear,, the re-  vetse isn't true."���������Philadelphia Press  TJ41S 'BETTER PLAN.  Moodily the luidegrooin shakes (he  rice fiom bis iluthing, discnguggs X  couple of old shoes fiom bis wi'fi r.  i.xt, rubs the bumps on las lied.-!,  and regards the labels, tags and other decorations of the trunks.  "J suppose they've put up a lot  more jobs on us besides these," he  growls! , ,  "But, deal est," says (be bride, determined to be clieeiiul, "think how  much worse it would be if we were  royal people m Europe and the populace were trying to assassinate us."  , "J am thinking of that. I'd rather  take my chances with a couple of  bombs and know that the worst was  over."���������Judge.  culation,      but    it is    not "enduring,   us high, u:*d while some of the 'Yel-  Sorne other newspaper will outherod lows' have met with great success in  it, and tins Jus been the case in the  Esquimau   & Nanaimo Railway  mad race for sensationalism in     the I  last fifteen years,  which already has  reached its climax.  "I do not wish to charge any American newspipci with ciime or disorder, but in the evolution- from the  Washington band pi ess to'.the octuple  printing machine smnc of them have  lost their reason, and their success  has had a \eiy baneful influence on  most of the otbeis. 1 think, however, that Hie day of Ibe 'yellow'  pi ess has about, reached its climax.  Civilization, with its supeijor influence, ia getting in its work, and then  there is even a limit lo the sire of  headlines. When you cover a whole  paire with one headline, as' some of  (he 'yellows' do in New York, and  elsewhere, flic only possibility of go-  i 1115 fui'lhir is by enlarging the page  and this, of cnuisc, is impracticable.  "Do you think the people will become tired of fie.ikisb journalism';"  he was asked.  "In my judgement the American  people arc, glowing tired of the garish, grotesque circus poster headlining, just as, they are getting tired of  the muck rakeis and sensation mongers and the scavengers who are constantly burrowing in Ibe mud sills of  humanity.  "I believe the American people  have ideals equal to any nation, on  earth.     I believe   we have standards  enormous circulation, reaction has  set in; and the newspapers that do  not appreciate the fact llia.t the American public is sensible and just and  is moial and conservative will ultimately invite disastei to themselves."  ���������New York Herald.       , ,  m������a������t������������aiMTO-ittJJ������J������a i.'i'i ir������i������*n������n������ica  Try Capital and_NjsRfte������ Cigars  ''or a cool, refreshing���������  B A  r ti  Dating: the Summer  Months Can on    .  THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Pailots,  etc.,     Ili^h   Street  STEAMSHIP SCHEDULE  EFFECTIV E JULY,  IS.  S. S. JO  Sails from Ladysmith for Vancouv er every Tnetd.iy at G o'clock  am"  Sails from Vancouver foi- Ladvsmith every    AD inlay ,aml    Tuesday, at  1:30 p. hi. ' .  Survivors Embark.  Cartagena,  Aug.   9���������The   survivors  of   the Italian steamer   Sirio,   which  .was   wrecked    August    4th,   oil     the  Hermlgas    Islands    nave   been     cm-  THE YELLOWS.  "What, then, is"^ a newspaper's mission?" Mr. Ochs was aslced.  "A newspaper should have no rai-  son d'etre othei than to chronicle the  events of the world in a tiuthful,  accurate and ti ustworthy manner.  This is its chief function; a secondary function is in its editorial columns to interpret cunent events for  the benefit oi its readers in conscientiousness and sincerity. The newspaper that appeals to perverse appetite, and like a raging beast stalks  forth seeking what it may devour, by  scandal, sensationalism, extravagance and exaggeration, and the beating of tomtoms to attract attention  in itself may gain an ephemeral cir-  "MAKE HAY WHILE  THE SUN SHINES."  There is a lesson in the work of  the thrifty farmer, fie knows that  tho bright sunshine may last but a  day snd he prepares for the showers  which arc so liable to follow. So  it should be with every household.  Dysentery, uiarrhoes and cholera'mor-.  bus may attack some of the members of the home without warning.  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy, which is the best  known remedy, for these,'diseases,  should always lie kepi at hand, ns  immediate treatment is necessary,  and delay may prove fatal. -For sale  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  Steam   iieatbd  FURNtSHcu  ROOMS  CAR SOP1T.IRD WITH Hlfc T  ���������  WINKS, UQUOfcS.CrUAR':  ABB0TSP0RD HOTEL  A. J. McMUSTRlO, "  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  roprleror  LADYSMITH, -. C  Good tables and good  Rooms  Bar  This  Hotel  has    been  completely       reuovated.  Board aid lodging (LOO per day.  L    PRETORIA  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Supplied  with   the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :���������-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  HOT  Lis:.-% ������j'  !��������������� v  P  LtKn.  Unit  rs   Unh  ess Work  alio' Bark      for sale.     See  J.   KEMP,  or   leave  W. CARTER,  A   Great   Boot  for Prospectors  They are all leather, and  made to stand strenuous usage in .mine.or forest.        '  L117. Men's Tan Chip *|  pewan Veal Kip Pros-  jpectors'   Boots  inch,   bluchcr    cut,     with  lr    full  bellows  tongue    to  tip; have double silver eyelets  and stud  boots;     'double  sole and slip;   sfandai'd screw  fastened; slugged    nr.iiind    the  forepart and heel.       A     com ���������  fortable as well  as a   durable  boot.  Ask for thorn tit your Denier.*  1TRST AVt  f vou w.  CALL A'.  PHONE      (i O  j } ���������  ���������i.  J  Class   Meal  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN FIRST AVENUE.  ,������������������"���������.���������  .���������������������������������������������-.���������������������������e--*<.  '\v66dT'ani)"bau!<  First  Class  OS FOR HIRE  DELIVERED.  FOR S ALE    AND  EX PRE   SS WORK.  i������-^/v. i  - _r __jc������3������n  J. LECKIE Go.  Y4KC0UVEF1, B. C  Union-made Capital & Nugget Cigars  : DAV.  PHONE 66  rv  1.  JOHNSON  LADYSMITH  ���������a>������0"������"0������������t.  >.0..f9<  ��������� ������������������(>���������*+.���������������)������������������  ..���������..������..tf ������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  .*������������������.���������*������������������*>���������������*������������������������������.������������������..  .t������.������*..������..C-fc  NOTICE  ���������.LADY .SMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at    the office     on  Roberts   Street  uu<  lay Water     Rates,  between the 10th    and the 25th of each month.  Of lies Naurs'. I P.IH. 4.3.0',  I. r-BLANDfe  SUPERINTENDENT.  >'*���������'*������������������������-���������*' -���������������%������������������������.���������������������������������*. -������������.-������^-a."<k ���������������.���������%.-������* *.-%.-������. ^j.^,^i.-������-������,���������%.-������.-������ ���������*.-���������.'������.���������������.���������%.���������������.-%.-������.-%,-������^%.-%.-������-^  f    -WK.   .MUNSIE.  President    J.  W.  COBURN,  Managing Director.  Telcphane 4-(>v  .jtflNARD'S LINIMENT CO., LTD.  Gentlemen���������In June '98, I had    my  band and    wrist bitten    and    badly  mangled by a  vicious horse.   I   suffered greatly for several 'days and the  itooth cuts refused to  heal until your  agent gave a bottle,    of MINARD'S  ���������LINIMENT,    which    I began using.  The effect was magical; in five  hours  jthe pain had ceased and in two weeks,  the wounds    had    completely healed  and my hand and arm were as   well  as ever.    Yours truly*  A. E., ROY,  Carriage Maker.  St. Antolne, P.Q.'      , . v 4  \  ie Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd.  mt  ������#****.  AT-STDDICK   AND   LADYSMITH-^ v* 1W  ShingJ.es ei Specialty  'manufacturers of���������  Iloi?t?h and Dressotl Fir and. Cedar Lumbers  LATH."-,   SHINGLES,  MO ULDINGS,      ETC.,     of   the BEST  QUALHY ;;;���������V--.iSED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  ^^^^te^^^fc^y*' Sk 1  r  <*^^*.-*k-ft-<tt:'*-������*^k--*.<fc.-*.'*������-'*^^*-������.<V%.<*^^>  U������de������{Ne\vS Wanajjnicni  HOTEL W!LSON  Jus- R.' rVcKinneii, Prop, ,  NANAIMO  Comincicial  RlenV  headjuirters.  Modern and      Sliictly   first  Clais  Fire Proof     Ihiildlajf.  HOTEL  DOMINION  ��������� Rflt.'s \).2K HMl^LhO���������  Fio bi  all Gteainboftl   landinRB and  railway depol.9. WUictiiiScaii'dvery i't-t-  uiinutci to all parte of tho city. 15ru  and table^unexcelled.  F. QAVNES, proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,   VANCOUVER. B, C.  [THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK���������     '  and  ���������\V H IT IS   Xi A BO It���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE -STREET-    ' Ladysmith.-  Geo, 1v. Courtney, ���������  Oistricl  Passenger Agent  5S Government St., Victoria, B.C. " , '        '  %  Best accommodation for < transient  *nd permanent boarders aud lodgers.  1RAND r -HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comforts  aMy furnished and the' bar is up-to-  d������te' Rates $1.98 a day and ip-  w-\rda. -^  WM.. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  ���������^9laaad* .--������: :���������: :���������-: ;<mi La������yonith  IT DEFIES   "  'COMPETITION  WATSONS  Ticket and  Freight Oflicc, 75  Government Street.  Tanscofitinental <]  Trains Daily     L  The-.New, Train  6VZ   N.TAL LIMITED,    .,  The Train. o.fr   -  Ease, , Elegance,^ Excellence.   ,,  Every, mile a picture,    and  no.smoke, to spoil., the - view. .  .Through Compartment,  jp|>-  .servation  and  Pullman tSleep-  ers; -.also- Through    Tourist.'j  Cars to,Chicago.,,   . ���������     !,,  At antic Steamship Business to.Europe '���������  la, our Specialty  Union    Terminals   with   all <  Steamer lines.- "���������   ��������� ^  Berth reservations -by" wircl ���������  Great Northern. S-S.  Co..  FOR  JAPAN   AND  CHINA;.  Steamships Minnesota and-Da--  Icota sail from Seattle for .la-';  pan    and China ports at- fW-  quenr dates.      Exact   sailing,  dates can1 be secured  upon application to any-=Great Northern representative.      ��������� ^  S. G.  YJERKES,-.  A.G.P.AV Seattle, Wash.  E. R. STEPHEN,  . Agent, Victoria,, B.C  v-OJ.f is   -to  . \J  *>    i-  n. j. iiEirs  NURSERIES, &SE������D HOUSES  Large Slock  of Home grown  '  ��������� Fruit   and  Ornamental Trees  now     matured  for the   Fall  Trade.   . '-".,���������  No expense,  loss  or delay  of fumigation or Inspection.,  Headquarters    for    Pacific  Coast grown Garden, Field,  and Flower Smls in season.  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps  Whale Oil Soap, Greenhouse  Plants, Gut Flowers, Bulbs  -   For Fail Planting , ;  We dcr business on pur own  jrounds--no rent to pay and  are ��������� prepared    to meet   all  . competition.  Let me price your list be-   -  fore placing y0ur order.  Catalogue Free.  . M. J. HENRY,  3oio' Westminster Road  VANCOUVER  .Dealers la  Pianos   & Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  Plumbing and ^ Tii  DONE  AT "     '  Reasonable Prices   By   J. ANDERSON  Leave orders, at Peterson's Furn -  ture Store, or telepiione No !>!*.   ,  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  I PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, QOLO AND  ���������"���������    SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH,    B. C.  HEAD OFFICE ?  DUNCANS STATION. CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.        !  Vancouver: Island, B. G. General Manager. *  STOVES! STOVES!  wejare making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles rand-Newest Patterns--We .do  Ai|fcinds c# Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove .& Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53  4  ��������� ..���������..������������������������������������_���������..������..������..������.,������,.!..,���������,  P. 0. Box 42.  MKRK6T  R. Williaoison Prop  ist. Avenue  Ladysmith B C.  DUNDEE���������  Scotlands Best.  ���������lit rows oat.a  Sole    Agents for B. C  r.  .:;-tAJ'NTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done r    ;v;-"-:v--r:;"-������������:-- Orders  Promptly  Execut e  S. ROEODING    ��������� LADYSMITH  LADVSM1TH TRASMSFER STABLE  PTANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FORNITURF MOV'  ED  PROMPTLY A   ND  SAFELY. ____________  Stabled lu the-rear of the Ladysmith hotel.     Leave orders at   the .  Ablrotuford  A.  J. WASKETTPROP.  j  i  I  t  ���������  ^ ;-,<-, ' "-V  THE LAM8MITH   DA1LT  LEDGER  LODGES  ULDYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.~  Rathbone Si3ters, meets in ,the Odd  fellows' Hall every.2nd and 4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  M. ot R. & C.  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF  DRUIDS.  Wellington Grove, N0. 4, U-iA.O.D.  j meets in the I.Q.O.F. Hall, Lady-  Ismith, the Second and Fourth Wed-  lnesdays of each month, commencing  [Wednesday, 13th, 1905.  Visiting Druids are invited to   at-  |tend.    By Order  \VM.  RAFTER, Rec.  Sec.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  NOTICE  From this date the , undersigned  Iwill uot be responsible foi any in-  Idebteiiu&ss Incurred except on t>  Iwtittcii orflcr signed by the secretary  IRowlafid  Machin. .  V.   I.   EXPLORATION A   DEVEL  OPMENT CO., LTD.-  INon Persona! Ltabll'ty.  IviMntVa.  B    11 ."'!������������������   lath.   "������0i  PpTliiiPsoN  Solicits, ista.  Money  to   loan  It.   Avow  - -  LAOYSIMI K  HiLBERT  MUNIOBAL BY-LAW  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed 'and at reason-  aide  rates.  RESIDENCE   AND OFFICE  [  Gatacre St Ladysmith  ���������Open at. -all hours.  ~*4-t-*-  .  ������\ J-* ������ -miJ  LM>ysmvrti ^jAKEkv  CHOICE ' CAKES " AND   PASTRV  "ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    Cake*   -Hade   to Ordur  FRUITS    AMI).   CANDIES  OF  ALL  '    KINDS."   /-RESII    BKEAD   EV-  ERY    DAY  Prices    arc     Very  Reasonable.      Ml  Cuslomeis arc  Treated  Alike.    -  HOP   LEB * CO.  ON TUP   ESPLANADE.  tcumr*mi*nvmr������m,-TmmT7Tt-,ttii *****  aHjgj ^ura���������g���������E���������  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEEN  eUBiulGnnFnCIQB! ��������� JKMB11*  Mannfacturers of the Famous  CUBAN   BLOSSpn  |None hu , (Jnit:n Labor    Employed  n  J.   ROOTH. Prop  DAY  SCHOOL (  Uaual subjects taught; also lan-  Iguage*; drawing, in pencil and daylong, paint ng in oils and water col-'  lors, pianoforte and vocal lessons giv-  jen in classes or individually.  |MISS BERTRAM.     Ladysmith, B.C  MMMm���������������������������tJTTW' 'MT���������""I"  POBTUtiB, BOSTON,  And the rrlneliiui Butilnoss Centers of  j Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, HEW YORK AMD  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For T,lmc Tnbloo, Qtu., address -  CEO. W. VAUX,  AsslsuuU.flen'l Viissenger nud Ticket Agent,  135 ADAMS ST.. CHICAGO, ILL.  :  Mew������v*mtl'U a* m  RAYMOND  & SONS  ���������Dealers in���������  Lime,   Plaster Paris,   Brick,  Fire Brick and Vancouver is- ���������  land cement.  3 Pandora St. Victoria B.C.  J. PIEROY & DO.  lUamifactuiers Of.���������      ' '   ���������  IRONtLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING;  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  etc,     :  wholesale dry goods  victoria, b. g.  THSHOP  DRTLL  GENERAl BLACK  Miners'.Orilling Maohines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT  NOTICE.  SHARPENED BY US     ALWAYS   GIVE SATISFACTION.   PICKS HANDLED A  NI> REPAIRED   ���������S'HIP SMITHING    IN      ILL   ITS    BRANCHES  Hor.^eshoers and Genera' BSacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Btiller Street -    -     -  Ladysmith, B C  ! ICE!     ICE!    ICE!|  "    WiLl be Delivered on Mondays,  Wednesdays.  ;! Fridays and Saturdays  Orders  must be in by eleven-o'clock on day of Deliver?,  Union Bfewiti  Limited  I NANAIMO^ B. C.  A by-law oi the Corporation of the City of Ladyisnrith, to raise by loan  money to oipistruct an   electric plant  for  the ?aid Corporation.  Whereas it is expedient that-.the  Corporation   .of the City  of    Ladysmith, should construct a system   of  electric    plant for J he  purpose   of  furnishing "electric light for the use of the said  city anil  the inhabitants  thereof.  Whereas a petition in accordance, with Sccti������-m (f.!)) of \\w Municipal  Clauses Aet has been presented' to the Municipal Council roquestiiirr the  said Council to introduce a' bylaw;   for the object aforesaid.  Whereas an expenditure ol $35,000 will be necessary to construct llie  said electre light system which sum must be laiscd by the issuing of  dnlienlures of the Corporation 'ot'ljhe' City' of Ladysmith, for tlie, said amount, payable in 25' yeais fiom"' "the dale hereafter lived by this by-law  lo lake effect with interest W the meantime ixiyable yearly at. the rate  of 5 per cent,  per annum. '  And wheieas it will be necessary 10 raise in each and every year during the currency of the said debentures by a special rate for tlie pur  pose of paying tho said debt and interest the sum of $2,-183.33 whereof  the sum ot H,750.00 is to be.raised annually for llie payment of interest on the said debentures and the Siun of $733.33 is to be raised annually for the purpose of creating a A sinking fund for the payment of  the daocntuies which will require an annual rate ol f>������ mills in the dollar for paying the said debt and interest.  , And whereas the amount ol the. ,\vhole rateable land or iinpio\ciiients  or ieal propelty of the said ;City according to the last revised ai.se-ss-  ment roll is '$415,0/0 and the total amount of tlie existing debt of tJio  said City, is nil. s i     j     ,,  This by-law shall not be alterod or repealed except with the consent  of     the     Lieutenant     Uoverhor    in Council.'  j      Be it thereibie"; enacted by the  municipal) Council oi the City   of Ladysmith, as   follows:  . ���������      ��������������� ���������     ,  J.. It shall"^e lawful for tlie Corporation, of the City of Ladysmith  to laise oil cause to������be raised by way of loan fiom any person or  persons, body or bodies, or bodies corporate,' who may be willing to advance the same upon the credit of the debentures hereinafter mentioned ,a  sum of money not exceeding in the .whole the sum ol $35,01)0, and uion  receipt thereof to cause the same to be paid into, tlio lrands of the treasurer of tlie said City tor the purpose and .objects above recited.  ��������� 2. It shall be lawful for'the Corporation to cause, anyj numjbei' of  debentures' to I* made, executed aud issued not exceeding in the whole,  llie sum of $35,000 for such sum of not less than $600 each, as may be  lOrituired a'ud tliat all such debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the  Corporation of the City of Ladysmith, and be signed by the Mayor ol  tlie sard City  and countersigned  by  the City Cleiiv of the sajd city.  3. The said debentures shall'bear dale the 1st day ol Sept., A. D.  l������0t������; and shall "be payable ii years from the1 said date at the olhce ol  the Corporation of the City of Ladysmith, and shall have attached to  them coupons for the payment of interest and the signature or signatures  on ,the said coupons may - be either written, stamped, printed or lithographed,  i "  ,  : 4.   The said debentures shall bear interest at the rate- of 5 per cent  per   annum . from the date'thereof,  which interest shall be payable ball  yearly on, the first days-of January  and  July1 in each    and e\ery    year  "during'the currency of the said   debentures at  tlie olhce of tho Corporation of the said City of Ladysjinith.  5. There shall be raised and levied in each year during the currency  of the said debentures the sum ot Jl.TOu fortthe paying oi interest, aud  the sum of $733.33 for-the purpose of creating a sinking fund for the  Payment of a debt corning due under the said debentures making in all  tho sum of $2,483.33.  C. There" shall be letyied and raised in /each and every year until the  said debentures and interest thereon shall he paid, a special rate on all  rateable land or improvements or real property of the City, in addition  to all other rates sufficient to pay the interest and create a sinking  fund for the payment of the said debentures.  ���������7. Ifshall be lawful for the said City, to ledeem all or any of the  said debentures at par at any, time after the' expiration of 5 years from  the date thereof upou giving six calendar mpbths' notice, which notice  shall lie deemed to be sufficiently given by a publication thereof for four  times in the British Columbia Gazette, and although tlie holdcia of the  debentures mentioned iu such notice be not specifically named after the expiration of tho said period of six months all interest on the  said dettentures, the numbers' of which have been published as aforesaid,  shall cease.  8.   This by-law before .the  filial  Passing  thereof shall receive tlie as-  seut of  the electors < of  the City   of    Ladysmith,   in   the manner provided in the Municipal Clauses I Act; 1906      '1 his by-law shall take effect on  the  ��������� day of r��������� A.D.   1906,and shall  be cited for all purposes  II fa not th* price yon pay for % furnace that makes it cheap  or expensive, bus the fuel it afterwards consumes.  A common furnace may cobs you f 5 or $10 less than a  " Sunshine," but, if it eats this up thes first winter in extra fuel, .  what do you gain?   Nothing, but ail the annoyance and extra  work that go with a poor furnace.  The "8un������hlne" is in use from Halifax to Vancouver,  and we have hundreds of testimonials from pleased users.  Bold by enterprising dealers everywhere.   Booklet free.  LONDON,    TORONTO,    MONTREAL,    WINNIPEG,    VANCOUVER,  ' 8T.   JOHN,; .HAMILTON.  The  Ladysrnith Wire WM Agent;  s  as the Electric Light By-law.  Read the first time on. the 23nd   day of  .Inly,  190C.  Read the second time on the 23rd day of July, 190C.  Read the third time on the 28th  day of July,  L90U.  Take notice that tlie above is a true copy of the. proposed By-law  upon which the vote ol the .Municipality will be taken at the City Hall  Ladysmith, on Saturday, Jlth August, 1906, between Uic hours of 8 a.  m. and 4 p.m. J. STEWART, C.M.C.  NANAuMO  NISWS NOTES  On Suaday afternoon0next on������ of  the ht-adest fought baseball games  ���������ver played in this city will take  place between the locals and the  strong  Fernwood  nine   of  Victoria.  The Manager of the CFernwoods was  in communication with yesterday by  the local management, and he promised to bring'up the strongest team  that has ever represented the Fern-  woods.       ( ,-���������.",.  If possible the team will be strengthened by the acquisition of a  couple of Hillside men, which together with two new men in.Victiiia front  the American side will make a team  that should give Nanalm the game  of  their  lives.  It was hoped that- an American  team could have been secured to  play here on Saturday and Sunday.  Altogether, seven teams wore corresponded with hut none of them could  get a������ay this week, but promise to  give Nannimo a game later  ob.  .Funnyman���������What do you think-   of  the majority of my jokes?  Criticus���������Well, I think they attained their majority years ago.���������Chica-  go News.         " UNNECESSARY EXPENSE. "~  Acute-attacks of colic and diarrhoea, come on without warning _ and  prompt relief. , must be obtained!  There is no necessity of incurving, expense of' a physician's service in such  cases\if Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera-' and. Diarrhoea Remedy is at  .hand. A dose ol < this remedy will  relieve the patient before,the doctor  could ���������>-arrive. It has never been  known, to,fail, even in the most severe and-dangerous cases and no family .should 'be/ without it. .For sale'  bytthe'Ladysmith Pharmacy.  giBsr'ir.Tr.  -^# f-r-������ ^ *-���������*--<  > ask  CESIf.NS  .?   TRADE-MAfiKS  % AND COPYmutm  f  i ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY  [Notice in ���������' in ventlvo A L'f V  lloolc "How to obtain i'atcnts" u    r K J5B Si.  . Charges moderate. No i"6-J till patent is secure'- -  r       'tatters strictly conllduutial.   Addrr-Ks,  IE. G. SIGGEUS. Pais:il Lawyer. Washington, D. C  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Dominion " Lands J"1^^-  .within the'Railway Belt in British  Columbia, ihay.be homesteaded by  any person who is the sole head of  ������. family, or any male over eghteeii  yearB of ag������i to the extent of one-  quarter section of 160 acreB, more  or less.  Entry must be made personally at  'the local land office for the district  in which the land is situate,  The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one ol the following  planB-.  (1) At least six months' residence  Upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for three years.  (a) Ii the lather, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homesteader reside* upon a farm in the vicini  ty of the land entered for, the re--  (juircments as to residence may be  satisfied by such person residing with  the-father or mother.  (3) ��������� If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of bis home  stead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six ' monthe'    notice     in     wi'itir.^,  should be given  to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coa.1 lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal.and $20 for  Not more than 320  acres can be ac/quired by one individual .or'-company. Royalty at' the  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds shall be collected on the.  gross output.    - -  W.  W.   CORY."  "GALEDOMAfT  >Leads Them    AH  IN QUALITY :  R.PRITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  /TCTORIA.  :-:  :������������������  ;-~���������    _��������� r  B.C  __noputv-'nf   the  Minister of.Interior  _W.  STLER -  ^MEKAL LXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY'Pf>v^  Leave orders at the Abhotstord.  Keep Minard's  house.  Liniment    in ��������� tha  GLASS   GLOBES  When you want a Glass globe^  see that you get-the' glope"  with the rubfber ring on    it, '  i as it is the only kind that  can keep the water out ��������� the  globes without' the rubber ring ;  cannot keep out water, you ���������  can see that by examining  them. The artificial flower  that is put into the gloires  with the rubber ring's, is "guar  ant|ed to he the best, and   it  ���������.���������.you.;, want a1 globe with a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X.  Jones, agent for  HeNItt CREW  The only    place you can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C.   for    the  French'; Wreath Co., of   London,   Paris,   Melbourne,   S.A.,  Cor. A>mox Rd. & Milton St.  . ;nanaimo B.C.     .  I  SARCASM.  the  "Is your hotsc afraid?" asked  chauneur.  "No," answered Farmer Corntos-  scl, "he's ,\es' tiyiu' to scire the automobile."���������Washington Star.  SUMMER DIARRHOEA  IN  CHILDREN  During the hot weather of the summer months the first unuajlural looseness of a child's bowels should have  immediate attention,) so as to cheek  the'disease before it> becomes serious.  All that is ncoessaxy is a few doses  of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose  of castor oil to dense the!system.  Rev. M. O. Stockland, Pastor of the  first RLE. Church, Little'Falls, Min-  nesots, writes: "We have used Chamberlain's CoUc-.,f Cholera' and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and  find it a very valuable remedy, especially for summer .disorders in children.".   Sold by Ladysmith.������������������Php.rmacy  Sunlight Soap Is better titan other soaps, but  s best when used in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Slip and follow Directions  EH  <<WM������ f  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  on J. E. Smith  Houb and Sign Paiiitei,  - On Sunday afternoon about four  o'clock the body of Hector McKenzie  who resided on his ranch about  five miles from Alberni was found by  his ueiginbors, his head being un)der  water- i������ a spring on his place.  From the coaditions under which  the body was lound it is thought that  one of his horses a young animal  hud Kicked him aud hn<d caused  ixnn lo tall iu an xracoukcious coa-  dLtiou. his head falling iu tho  spring, and that he died from drown  .ing. Mr. McK.en7.ie lived alone, was  ������b������ut 70 years ol ago and was high  ly respected by his neighbors. He  wus burred on Tuesday aftennoon at  Alberni.  Mr. MeKtenzio bad been   to the village on  Saturday aud on his   return-  took  dinner with, his neighbors,    the  Service   family, ' leaving    for     home,  soon after, as his mail that .he    had;  brought   from tho post'office-was un-  opqned,   it  is'-thought  that  he     luub  mot   with the     accident soon     after  arriving  home.     One of  the pathetic  fen Mires  in  connection    with Mr.  Mc-  Kquzi.Vs  death is that he. had only  a  short    time  since    beem   located     by  his  t-elaUves  in   Scotland,   who     had  written     him  at   onco,   sonic       weeks  since,   if\vitiy*g-   him  lo   visit     them,  lie bad  evidently  answered  that     he.  was a poor man and   could   not   do  so.    An unopened letter   on his taible  that, he had brought that day    from  I ho posr  ollici!  was from  a     nephew  in   Scotland   urging   him    to      come  bao;k and live with his relatives say-  ingtthai;    while   not rich  they     had  sufficient    to live on comfortably and  would gladly gi\*e   him  a.   home   for  the balance of his days.  Two Cbaffeui-3 Killod..  New York, Aug, 9���������Two chaft'eurs  were killed, two injured, and two  other persons who wove, in the machine epcaped injury when. a new  raciaig cat" plunged iuto a loaded  farm wagon near the Winfield cross'  ing of the Long Island Railroad in  Quersborongh tonight. , The car *?  said to have been running no less  than fifty miles an hour..  m  'j-j <.-')'���������  w:  Lo^v Excursion  Rates  Round Trfp.  o.  ���������To  July 10 to 15.  Denvek  August 7, 8, 9.  ,0  .75..  Sent. 8, 9, 10.  /    Ta(Toronh  u  1    t  Aug. 7, 8, 9. Sept. 8 & 10.  TO    ALL  P 01 NTS  -.- For.particulars call on    or  1   write E. E. Blackwood, Gen-  ���������;'��������� N.P., Portland, Ore.  k foil (loin? East?  Taea ba sure your tickets real tie  *��������������� ��������� ! :. i.  North Western line  The only Urie now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS witfc th������  through trains from the Pacini  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE;: TF'  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE; LOWEST '  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN..  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST,   PAUL,   CH>  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information auk yc r  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  ...Gtnf.ral  Afssa'  730 2ni An., Seattle.  ti>   ipm n������, man���������a���������  ^������  ���������  "Tilinard's Liniment cures OoW,?. etc. ^5S?^~���������������*"!  MiUfMfi^li  ^v������*^lV'���������������*;*41*4^^i^^������v^**^?,^.^ii,'  *Mrf^-.>>������a#5l^^^y^*^^  ;.i^^-'irf^'tt^.'J-V^.rer������rf7>/:^J^5'-- V  THBL1DYSMITHDAILY LEDGER  ������|i l|i *|l l|l t|i l|i t|i i|l i|i rfr i$i i|> $ $ i|i t|l t|i tfr rfr t|i $ t$t t|i t|> i$t tji  THE SHOE STORE  of Ladysmith for Ladies' Gents'   &. Children's  SHOES  ^AWWWVVVVvvvyvvVwU\  15  BICKLE'S  ������ZftU_ll_u!faH___L    ������*" >4% ������^������ tti ���������*aK rT- tT*������ ������T������ iT*  ������������������t1 'V 'l.1 ������������������J1   ������������������J.1 ���������J.* ,+l 'J.1 l+' l+f %V "   M?  Smith, Fotos,  That's AIII  Local Items  Miss A. McKinnon left tins  ing for Victoria.  morn-  Mr.   Robert Gear    spent crday  afternoon    in     Nanainio,    i  burning  home this morning.  ,The Tepic and scows and Capita no  are the only visitors registcied ai  the colliery  wharves today.  NOTICE.  ���������.������. .  Notice is hereby given that I intend io apply to the'Board ol Licensing Conwiiissiotiers at their next  sitting, for a, transfer of the retail  liquor license now (��������� held by "me for  the Portland Hotel, Ladysmith, from  myself to Christina I-Ioggan.  ���������     >  D.  B. HYND.    ,  Ladysmith, 9th Aug., 190G. . Im  fun soon. Saturday, August 25th.,  has been chosen the date for a good  afternoon of sport. No rowing races  will be run off, but canoe and skiff  races and water sports will take  their place for the day. The greasy  pole will be in pln*p, and tilting, tip-  ��������� Yesterday one of the largest crowds !s(yt' C!Vll������c. crab race, swimming and  of the season visited Shell Beach | other laughable races will take place.-  and the Green, the shoot or the Grin LTu0 Rowing' Committee has a pro-  Club attracting many spectators to 'gramme in band now. Plenty of la-  1 lie latter point. dies' events will     be in it, including   ������������������������������������- ' j tandem canoe,  Luiik-m    skiff,   ladies'  Miss M. MiUigan, who at one time ,sldff with gentleman coxswain.   This  was employed  on  Uic local  teaching ; la-&1, r-ace Wl11 ])0 divided   into    two  staff,   yesterday entered   the   Jubilee '.classes,   so as,   lo give  some  ot    the  Hospital in Victoria, where she will 'yeiing" ������i)Jb "��������� chance,  take up a course of training for tin"    The'end of the    nest-week,     some  50 Doz. more ot these  Celebrated Towels just  deceived���������They need no  introduction, you know  what they are as well we  do-~  The Besf 2*c Tow  el to be had in B. C.  Today  Sizes 52X25 in.  Now is your time to get  in a stock of Towels-  Remember the price, only  oral fear felt of George ���������Rcsett, a  Syiian leper, who is tiying to get  to Noitli Brother island, New York,  says the New  York Herald.  Dr. McGuire holds there is no" excuse for unfriendly treatment- of  Rosctt-by-iailiOdd officials, because  the disease from which he sutlers is  only slightly contagious.    ���������    r  TORPEDO   BOATS ���������'    '  PURSUE' SHARK  ' Vienna.���������A    huge shaik has   lately  been playing havoc with  the nets of  the fisher folk at the Adriatic   port  'of Pola.     The fisheinicn aie   unable  [any  longer to ply their calling     in  jthe bay and   orders have consequent-;  jlybeen given by   the minister of marline to mobilize all tho available forces to destroy  the enemy.     SeVcval  jtoiucdo boats  and  the revenue  'gunboat  Adria  have set-out  in   pursuit  of  the. shark.--Chicago News.'  ���������  4  Every Economical Housekeeper ^  Is looking: for the Best Value and Variety in  new  designs in      4K  ins.TancyWln= ������  I doff fak, Art W11  23c  Walters 8  >lkenhcad  SACRED' CATTLE  IN QUARANTINE  Washington, D.C.���������Fifty head of  sacred cattle ofjndia, suffer ing from  some dread 6ricntal disease, are held  in quarantine'at New York by order  of the bureau ofVnhiinal iridtistiy;  They were imported by A. 1'. Bod-  ren, of Pierce, Tex., who wished to  tradiction of the Texas fever among  make experiments looking to the ex-  Ameifcan cattle.��������� Philadelphia Record, i ,  position of professional nurse.  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  1 Messrs. Muir and Gillespie wheel  ed up to Nanaimo yesterday after  noon. They reached Extension this '  morning two minutes after the train  had left for Ladysmith, and weie  obliged to go back and boaid the  passenger. They say the railroad is  good enough for them now.  trial single races will be held to decide who will hold the Co-mbie Cup.  This cup was piescnted to the Club  by Mr. D. TI. Oambie loi singlt- scull  ing and the holder is open for challenge from any. other member.  The Pall icgatta will probably    be  i held early in Sop timber.  Ladysmith will be represented    at  Victoria in     the   for thcoming swimming contest which is  to be held  in  that city on   the 23th of  Ibis month.  J.  Dunbar and  J.  Cartwright    will  be two of the contestants from Ladysmith in the 130 yard relay   race,  provided they can get. one more man  from here to enter.    Each man is to  swim 50 yards,  bis place being tak-  en by  another member of the team, , 0<ws  until    150     yards has been covered.  Messis    Dunbar and  Cartwright aie  practicing for the event.  ���������lust arrivcd~A splendid line of Ladies' Fancy sample Handkerchiefs,  sold at bargains at Simon Letter &  Co., Lid.  Office  in  London, Aug. y���������The W'ai  issued the report of the Koyal Commission \\Vi-h was appointed lo investigate tin* :-.riut.li African wai'  Stores ScaiuUl-i While the report  acquits the British commissioned officers    roiu-i  ;i ii    ol   lho   worst  char  ges  mil.  None Better-Capital & [Nugget Cigars  Seven men are engaged on the wort  on tnc spoits giounds, and it is expected that they will be kept busy  for the next three weeks at least before the place is ready for fencing.  The committee who ha\c charge of  the grounds wish to:express their ap  ���������preeiation of tlie kindness of Mr. Little, of the Colliery Company, in lend  ing all the tools necessary for the  work to be carried on with. This  has saved a considerable bill of expense, as otherwise tools would have  to he bought The. grounds will not  be in shape for use this year, as  they will be seeded down.  ��������� O 7-  TME-dAR.  The .Vancouver  Rowing Club    proposes to give  its members a    little  Mlnard's Liniment Cures   Garget in  Cows.  11   i'< ui.-, that     the  ,,      p.-s.ooo.ooo  ��������� mismanage  y,   than.      to  i     i ������������������'?     several  . r a, and cba r  .      aissioned of  . s.     It    de-  due    to de-  ant   of     co-  OIIilcs    The  .letlai.'il      lo  u*. itjnj.,    in    bus  EU8HI  frrvrul.  Tho   co i -  oflieers   an -  ges a numb. -.- m  fleers  with  i ���������  clares   that  plorable an<!  operation,   cin!  army service ix  have   beea uttcily  Mess   trailing   raid exporien e.  WANTED ��������� Two mitiii':::isheU rooms  immediately, by a lady. Apply a'  Post Office  London, Aug. 7���������Jii hi . flnnu.il report for the year eridin>; March 13,  the Postmaster CJen'ern!- Hays the (pes  tion. of a reduction, of postage char  god for magazines, prnodicnls and  newspapers sent, from the United  TCfntrdom to Canada is engaging- bis  attention 'although he  soys there  are  obvious    objections    to   making  the case - of Canada ai rangernents,  more favorably than can be granted  to periodicals etc., passing within  the United Kingdom itself and the  other colonies, but he recognizes that  in consequence of --the geographical  situation of the Dominion, the  'circumstances are exceptional and he  is tjiulearoring to concoct some plan  which will meet that end without  unduly bmdening,the exchequer.  Tlie following is the weight of letters, post cards and othei articles  exchanged by llie United Kingdom  wiih Canada and Newfoundland:  Despatched from the Ijnited Kingdom, let tur.s and po'������tcavds, ilriS,-  000. Circulars, booUs, packets and  newRporici-'i,   I,  891,000  pounds.  Destined for the United Kingdom,  letters and posU'aidt., IS,700 pounds  Circulars, books packets and news-  Papers,   616,000.  Number of Parc-Pis despatched to  Canada 172,60,0. United Kingdom  received   70,192 pound'/.  The amount   of money order transactions between the llniter! Kingdom  and  British   Ainenea  issued    in      the  Unilod Kingdom, lv>H,ij3o pounds, is  sued in  Dutish   \uicrica  .1'15,5S-f  Quebec, Aug. 9.���������The Canadian  Pacific royal ^mail steamer, Empress  of Trolnnd sailed from here lor Liv  erpool at 4 p.in. today with*- a  large list of passengers'  BOOTS,& SHOES  REPAIRED  J. A. REED,      ,.  Roberts St.    Near'5th, Ave.      C^  ZjljlslslslsulxjuljO  ���������  ���������  % Coverings. Etc!  in Inspection Would Convince !  Thet the Best Place to Purchase  m  iSiiiifii^^i  UMITED  gp mwwmmmmwmm. m w mww nfw w mrmg.  FRESH SUPPLY OF-  Try '������ Province Cigar.  *������������������*-:���������������������������������*.������������������>������������������  Knigfefs I  Book Store I  | lai; iluttoii, Pi, Veal and Bed |  g rWE HAVE ON  HAND  SOME'VERY NICE   ^ ROLLED CORNED BEBF  12 I-2C. LB.  i A. HOWE I  E   '--- MEAT  MARKET 3  I  lie?dquaters for  School  St4ppli^s  Minard's Liniment cures ���������Distemper.  ^wtmmwMMmmwm mm&wmM^.  FINE  FOR  Big Watermelons,  each   Tasty Peaches, two pounds for .  Bartlett Pears,  per  pound   Butter Pears, 4 pounds for      Pr^sh Tomatoes,  per pound   Pineapples,  each   Nutmeg Melons, each  Oranges  (sweet),  per dozen  Lemons,  (choice),  per dozen  Bananas,  per dozen  Local Apples, per box  LEPROSY ONLY-  SLIGHTLY  CONTAGIOUS  Washington.���������Popular i������noiance of  I he character of lepiosy is responsible, in the opinion of Di. J C. Mc-  triiiic, piofossor of dermatology in  Georgetown University,- for the  gen-  1 Pioneer Dolllin; Works  \  i 1st. Avenue, Ladysmith, B. C !  i W. I Rii'iis. Prop.  "Smith," "Clabrough/"  *���������^������������������MM^MIM1 ������ ��������������������������� ������������i������M������������������������������������  "Parker," "Rem ingtonw  and "Winchester" Guns  4301  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  aMfaWn������a~fa~������a������l^ II      H      IU   IMii       I III   S���������Ill  |     MANUFACTURER OF  i Carbonated Peveragces,  i Ginger   Beer  i Fruit Syrups  } P.   ().    llox   24S  t###i5#!t####-i t i @ t ���������###  9<  m  I will be in Ladysmith every  Siindaj piepaieil to lake 01-  ���������ders'loi>���������-���������   UP-TO DATE TAILOfl  MADE   CLOTHES  and Guarantee Satisfaction  '." :a:-3-*:'3.������frS':������:fc&  We are making a J)ig Re-  drictions in the Price of our  Clothiug for next month so  this is your chance to call  ���������and see me s '  $2o.oo to $24.00 Suits for $18.00 j Will beat the  $24.00  to iii?.S.oo Suits for $20.00 Ladysmith    Hotel  Tweed & Worsted Pants $3 & Up j ' Every Sinula  CHARLIE ISOYXToT^���������-27 Store Street���������VICTORIA  |ji  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  WATCH REPAIRING  All Watches entrusted to me receive my Special Attention. The  Repairing is done on my premises by myself with 34 Years  Experience as a Guarantee. ���������������������������. fly Charges are m - derate for������������������  FIRSTCLASSWORK  aaamaMa~^aaall^aa>aasa������)a~aaasaaMBMa~aa_aaa~a_aM~ >a<������TWS���������<sa������a~a~B>������i-ia:iiMM��������� ���������ai~Br������aaaa���������a���������aa  B FORCIMriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller,. Optician  FIRST AVENUE,  LADYSniTH  The JProof of the Podding is in  the Eating  So it, is with the .      '  Formerly Charlie Dunn & Co.  $gii-<������i%Mt&  ���������SS?'^'  'm  o ������������e9���������$���������*������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������  a  a  Beef,  !'��������� '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'��������������������������� ��������� ������������������ ���������  FOR TODAY  Mutton,  and  Pyramid Brand  ���������.���������-OF-���������, " ���������".'  PAINTS  BLAIR 3c /\  The Leading Fruiters  G.  PAN NELL  GATACRE ST.       LADYSMITH  *iiti������a������c������e9!������8������(s������tt*9 ��������������������� ���������#���������������������������������ccaaa^i���������������eeas  The enormous .amount of these,Paints'  used' by the pufhlic is proof positive,  that it is giving perfect satisfaction,  both in the Quality, and price,  11.75 k  I Granite and Marble Works ���������  ��������� Granite  and    Marble Monu-"; ������  ��������� ments,  Tablets,.etc., at the ���������  ��������� lowest      prices     consistent ������  ��������� with first class stock   and ���������  ������ workmanship.       "Yrite   for v  ��������� catalogue. ���������  ��������� .             A.   STEWART, J  ��������� 148 Yates ."St. "Victoria'B.C ���������  Smoke a Big B Cigar.  We carry the best and largest assorted stoclc of Varnishes north of  Victoria, also wimdow glass, picture  mouldings, enamels, varnish stains,  brushes, etc. '���������  ���������  111 SMITH WALL PAPER DEPOT  Harry Kay, Proprietor  NOTICE,  II you want   to sell your chickens  for a fair   price, bring them to   J.  X. Smith's .restaurant, 1st Avenue.  Dr. Dier can.be found at any tinio  at his office on (ratacre street. His  dental work is guaranteed to be first-  class, a"d rates reasonable.  Smoke Little B Cigars.

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