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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Aug 17, 1906

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 ^jfeEGIStAT^VE vASSEMBLy.^>-;; |  i    ."^    "      v   '''  /   -  -.1    V.-  rL<  ,n   /.  ���������<-'���������> V  X.  /  <S  AM/? Oi) torse  r>   >^  r;7-  //  7'ORIA, u  4itY Ledger  VOL.,2  FHIDAY, AUG. 17, 1906.  PRICE FIVE CEOTS  ���������tr  IJAP  PIRATES MAY  BE HANGED  -*. +*-  ~w*  Twelve    Japanese pirates captured;  [by* government   guards   at   the     St.  Paul Islusd   seal rookeries,    July 1G  ml 17 lasC may oe executed ai  'Juneau for " the crime of piracy.  J'he men have been bound o\or to  jawait the action of the federal  *rand jury, although the present  charge against them' is merely������������kill  ijxg seals unlawfully and entering' a  United Stases " reservation without  permission. The charge may and  >robably will be changed to piracy  ninishable hy'.death.  That" the twelve captives were gud-  y'of piracy is-tho statement'of Kd-  in W. Sims, solicitor for ithe department of commerce and labor,  >'ho arrived at thc St. Paul fur soa'  -ooterles two days after the 'pifat  cal raid by" Japanese, in which at  east five invaders were killed Mi-  pirns - came lo'.Senttlc this. niorn-  ������g on the steamer Jefferson. To a  eporter for the_ Times hc-jn'adc - n  rief statement -, this morning and  nen left' for San'Francisco wheie'  o expects to meet Secretary' MoL-  jalf, of the,-department.  Mr. Sims states that ,ihe r.ihi of  [ho Japanese was a desperate and  iratical undertaking nnd  that   more  an five men have been killed- There  ere two pitched battles,   4 although  le   Japanese   did not make'   m'ucb  a showing   except to try and es  *pe.     They mode "away with  ncarly  [00 skins arid may have' k'illed  twite  pat''  number.^ t "The   seals, destroyed  j.na������-j   win piconuiy bo tno mui^i  uiijiinm.     i lie  iaun   nuu la^LU   jj.  Ltl^ iC\clUtC       vl'lLCl     .AJ.i.1. iillOi.il       A^  xvouia^. \wicio uioy uoio .ii..iibun.  ^tii^i.&i. o L-oiuiO uie unliiu biuua  ^Oiu k' tlo.nini.-s.iioiiL'i . jne< ciia'go u-  j^uust ujciu ������ui unlaw iull^ jviamfa  .vais   auu uiiiaii i..n^   wining   on  tiii.  gOiCinillillL   lcset\0.        anoy    wore   I ll.i.  ������uit to .nuiL'aa'iu -await uio"~n'i.uo.i  oi  tiic guin.i  jtii',).  uuat.r tho lau, iho .Jaj aiioso ~\\oi..  i'iiutes> and uiJu unocrtaiving \\u  a, Dold and laulos-. , piratical rani  Cou\.u,lod" oi tins ci nno, the' t\\ul\<.  aie subject Co execution under - liu  ,iaws oi tho L lined states and undci  .uie laws also oi ail ci\ lilted "nation ������������������  nbother ������uch extreme measurec. \mi,  ho taueii cannot be loictusted.  .  c  'rnougli Sur. Sims is guaiUi-d ' n.  his statements .uiU will moioly ic-  hite what liaiipenud it is ckur thai,  the    i-bolverios  arc sulijcct    to'   raid.-.  FlnlSH PLANS  FOR MOVING  OF BODIES  -%4^-  jlere worth "between $7,500 and   $8  |Q0.  oi~ tins kind at.aiiy tuno dining tlu  aUseiico ol Ibe lu^^illuc cutter patrol.  Tlie goverii,uicnL agents guards ano  iXali\os on tho island are more oi  less in a stale ol panic, ' as lit is  evifiont that with'10,0 men or more  aboard the five schooners-, of the  raiding Jleet, the"- US male % adults  on tho island could havo "been, slaughtered ' and skins in' tbe salt 'house  worth between 5500,'000 and $7.10,  000 eould.be stolen'. fu fact, ' property" wortir upwards of ������J ,������M)d,'uOO  would become '. the booty J of' an " m-  i\'adingv   foice ~ such -as' that     which  attacked" St., Paid  Island  July    .It,  and   J7- ? ;  i:,MITH.WOULD; NOT RE-(  DUCE CHINESE HEADTAX  ���������^ -^%^-  | Apropos of tho arrival, of the hist shaiuig intollig-ontii m the icspon*.  ,onsWament of Sikhs m Mmauuo, bd.uo.s ol popular fc-OVemiiionL, men  Ji account of whicii ,s given m an- who will bring then- lanuhes and bol-  ������ther  column,  and  also  in   view    oi J tie Jioce and men who Mill demand a  to  piefaorve     the  oi   Jivmg    at  its    pi-esent  he ag-itation  begs.u   by   the   salmon I high  ciioikIi   wage  [���������annors and fnut growers   loi- a   ie-j stiuiyJai-U  Seattle, Aug. 17.���������Final arrangements have been completed and Monday or Tuesday of next week an expedition under the direction of a rep  resentativc of organized labor will  leave Seattle for' the' scene of ' the  Valencia wreck to. remove the recovered bodies of i the victims from their  piesent testing place and bring' them  neie foi i Christian burial: At a  meeting of thc-committee representing the building Trades assembly last  night at tho Labor Temple all final  Xiiangenients were made, and. H. S.  Noice, a Georgetown undertaker, was  selected to do Abe work.- He will he  given charge of the entire matter,  Out will work under the supervision  of a representative oLthe assembly,  who will accompany the expedition  to the "scene of the disaster - to sec  that everything is carried,on in a  .manner satisfactoiy .to the orgeiniza-,  tion, iw'hieh has carried the undertake  mg through with practically mo outside help.  The full amount of money, reqjuiied  to complete the undertaking has not  yet been raised, und about" $175 is  still to be seemed before" a fund suf-  ucieitt to* pay "all expenses is in the  nanris of the committee. Whether oi  not- tins fund is complete by the first  of the week, the expedition" will be  started, and "the ' remaining funds  will lie laised later -The,expedition  will lie gone about ten days. It will  be necessary to have tlie very calmest of weather on. account of the ha-  tuiu-of the" coast and the fact that  allot the'fifteen bodies will have to'  be taken out by means of a.���������row-  boat. On account of the .increasing  dauger ol storms, the starting of the  expedition is being rushed. ,  ., Aii .attempt wilPJie inade to "get"  the services ot a> revenue cutter lor  use in doing the woik, but if one  cannot be had a tug of some soit  will bo cluttered.  EDQCOTED  IN  ^4"*-  FIRST CONSIGNMENT  REACHED NANAIMO  ������������+������-  Winnipeg, Adg.' 17.-Mrs. Kitty  Blaclcesleo was electrocuted yestet-  day afternoon m the batluooni of  her home at 21<i Vaughan street.  The accident hapiiened in a most peculiar inannct. She staitcd to take  a bath shortly after 4. o'clock, ,and  half an'hour later, not having reappeared, "friends m the bouse called to  her. No leply was' received and the  door w^'s. forced. She was lying on  her back in the bath tub, which contained about two inches of water,  and 'sin? was apparently dead. Dr.  Lehman, of thc Steele block, was  called ,a'nd pionounced her beyond human aid.    . <      - >  The, cause of death was only too  manifest'. A large scar -on hei right  hip and a broken electric light wire  pointed;, plainly to electrocution.  She had -evidently started to step  into tlie tub and hei foot had slipped. Throwing out her band instinctively, she bad giablbRd the lamp  socket, r' which was out of order.  This throw the full current of lib  volts through hei body, the citcuit  being completed j by contact with the  metal of the tub. The shock bad  thrown her, and in falling tlie \vue  had been - dragged from its Listenings. 'IjVith a cunent of that voltage passing-through her body, it  would be- impossible to loosen hei  grasp, and probmbjly rebdered partially unconscious by the "first shock-,  she had- been unable to let anyone  know .of fler condition.  Dr. IngiW was notilied of the accident,- and after looking over the situation allowed the body to be removed to the ��������� undertaking establishment ot Kcir, "Hawley & McNamee.  It is piobable that an inquest will  bef"held.    .  Mis. Blackcslee came to Winnipeg  on  the  Amongst     the    passengers on the   Paying- the latter price.  morning train were nine Siphs,  bound for Chemainus, where, they  slate, they will be employed in the  lotygmg camps. One or two of  party could speak fairly good English, and one old fellow, who seemed to he a sort' of father to the  crowd, was keeping a ���������diary or memorandum of the trip. He had every  station marked down in his book,  and upon being told the name of the  station at which the train or boat  bad stopped, would write it down af^  ter lepeating it ovei several times  to get a semblance of the  pronunciation.  The Nanaimo Herald, of.this morn*  ing,  speaking of  the party,  says:  On tlie reverse of the letter     was  Am sending   you the   men.  written  you   can make  your   own     arrange-  proper  Thirteen led, blue, and yellow cap  ped members of the 'Indian Empire  of Uic class known as Sikhs, arriv.  ed ou the Joan last night bound for  Chemainus. They are in transitu.  Dr. , Dourschan of Vancouver, who  seems to be their agent, to the man  ager ot the Chemainus mills, of the  Victoria Lumber Co.  The leader'exhibited a letter Which  gave the rate of wages paid. The  letter-which is written to Dr. Doui-  chen says Your first telegram stated wages ������1 7."i for men, $2.25 for  foreman, your latcr telegram, $2.00  and $205.    We could not  think     of the   community"  or   the   ments.    The men" want ������2.00 a day.  Signed by the same Vancouver Agent  rJhey are a well,  but rather   slight  built lot of men' they are exceedingly   good men  to help   build   up  tho  Indian   Empire.    It is most unfortunate   that such a   class of men,   absolutely   useless   to a   community fas  ������ whole for they  never will and nev  er can be' other than the   class they  now are,'   should be brought into thu  Dominion.   .Laborers must he had   to  supply the demand,    but surely   from  tho   millions   of laboring men In the  British    Isles    who .could    so  vastly  better their, condition   by   coming to  this  country,  laborers  could be     secured.     There  is   something     wrong  with  our  immigration  laws  or     the  administration   of    the  same;    something    should  be    done,    and     that  speedily       to  better  existing   conditions.     B.  C.   wants   no heathop  immigration.    Let the snake   charmers  remain   in the   home of their   birth,  they    will   be no  credit  to  Canada,  and their   advent   will do   much   to  retard   the influx   of a   class of peo~  pie from the British Isles  that could  and   would become useful members of  SOCKEYERUN   u\  NOW OVER  luction of the Chinese Head Tax, ������  epresentative-of  Tho  Herald    called  [jipon Mr. lialph Smith, Al. L'., last  >venm|g   and invited   him   to   express  >)iis views    on   the  question   of     this  t^md of  immigration in general,   and  ho proposal    to   reduce  tbo    Chinese  iHead Tax in; particular.  fi In  reply   Mr.   Smith   localled    that  was  elected   to  the jDomin-  ?  ^hen he  j-<������n House ia 1900 as a Liberal Ui-  ,jior, representative he made a direct  pledge to the people of JNanamio  ?hat he would insist on the passage  >if an act increasing the Head Tax  jj>n Chinese, and if the government re  loused to enact such a law he would  I'lppose them. As a result of this  kho Head Tax on Chinese was m-  reased to ������300 and he was glad  '<>.o say it had been completely succ-  pWsful" in keeping . these undesirable  [immigrants out of the country, and  >his again had operated to.make la-  fior scarce and wages high. 'He believed in fact that no-act lhat had  liver been placed on the statute  ijiooks of Canada had brought such  fanmediate and palpable .benefits to  |;the w.o.rkinguien as this Act. Under  jthese circumstances he could not see  ;.how it was possible . for him to take  ?any stand but the one he had al-  '������ways taken   and that was that there  ���������';Should    be   absolutely    no   reduction  /In the tax   on Chinese   and also that  f'ievtery effort  be  made    to   kec'p ���������   out  'Jjof the ���������countrj' every 'class of undesir,  ftable   residents.  !>,'��������������������������� ��������� ���������     ���������      . .  '������ ''Recently," ��������� went on Mr. Smith,  [It"I have beon in receipt, of numerous  [('letters from employers in all parts  fjosf the country asking- if I would  gnot favor a reduction of the Cbinteso  rjjHead tax at tho present time, owning 0 the great scarcity of labor  ;!and I have replied to them'all say-  ���������Ihtg that, in the. interests, or the  ,; whole .countrj' such n. move was im-  '1 possible.  ! "What this country needs nnd what  jl have always'advocated," went, nn  j-Mr. Smith, "is the Immigrn.l ion of  '���������/ men,like ourselves who know the beno  {fits ������nd are willing   and   capable   of  point nnd increiiso it a"   pos-siblo.  ���������'Such expectations it appears to  tie impossible lor tho Chinese to  luldll, amd t ha\e recommended these  employors who are, shoit 01 men to  lay their case beloie tbo Department  oi Jnumgiation at Ottawa, who  would make a systematic eliort to  induce settlers to come here from  the British Isles and from among  the best classes of laborers m ^continental I-Juiopc. These aro the kind  of men, wo sliould look to to fill  the gap made in the labor supply by  the Chinese Head Tax and as la>' as  1 ain concerned [ w ill never favor  openiing up the gates for an influx  of Chinese labor.  "Tn my opinion thc people of British Columbia, may. thank Cod that  they grappled.. wit-lv this evil at the  time they did* and it would be one  of the most dire calamities if the  advantages of the great wave 0f .industrial activity now sweeping ' over  the country: should he given to tho  lowest (class of labor ,in the world iit-  stoad 'of- lo 0111' kinsmen in the  Ib-itisli    Isles." - '  -HofeiTing      to   the .'memorial '��������� pi'e-,  sen ted .by the salmon   dinners of the  1  Fraser River.to the Fisheries Commission j;n'favor of a reduction .of  the Head Tax , Mr. Smith said ho  had taken the first opportunity of  .speaking .. (o l'rof. 'Prince, the :chairman of the. Commission and protest  od strongly against any such action being taken. ���������  '"Tlie carmcrs" said Mr. Smith,  are   ia   mi -unusually   favored  posi-  The Tyee Smelter blows in on Tues  day morning.  Miss N. Buchanan /Who, for the  past seven or eight' years has been  connected with the Millinery establishment of'Simon Leisei & Co., Ld.  of this city and Wellington, will  shortly sever her connection with  that linn and take up her residence  m Vancouver. The departure of Mis.^  Buchanan from Ladys^mth is occas*  loned by the illness ol her mother,  who has been ailing for some time.  Miss Jean Douglas, who will arrive  here at the beginning of September  to take charge of the woik so successfully carried on by Miss Buchanan, comes highly recommended by  the wholesale houses in Montreal/land  Toronto, and was recently head trim  nier at one of the, leading Vancouver millinery houses,,but is now in  thc East visiting the two���������former cities, taking in the fashions of the  city, and making purchases of Fall  goods for the local firm here. "  Vancouver,   Aug.     JC���������Tke sockeye  run on i^ie Frasw-Biver is over, and  daily  returns are      no longer given.  'J ho      oflicial  figures  of  the     Fraser  first    of  August last,  uoin   |iucU. /0l. L,he yea,. are 150#107> caseS)  Mrs. N. Pulley of Springfield, Mass. |G, ^0,000 less than tour years ago.  iiicnd,   X'Yom I'uget  Sound   au exactly   siin-  (ilai- falling ofi is reported.   Professor  ANOTHER  .WILD MAN  New     a veil,  conn.,   with    a.  The two oi  them  rented the  at 211 Vaughan street, and    sublet i-,, . ,    ,,  ���������  .,���������....,       7  <  i ^      .  .     l'rmce and other members of the fish-  a portion  of it to roomers.   On Sat. I ���������  urday Mrs. Blackeslce had remarked C1 lL's comm^sion have been inspecting  that the wiring 111 the t������lhiooni was A,ne,ican <->"aps for the past few days  too Jow to be sale, and had detei- ,Jjarir' niS"hL lhey wc,'������ ,iu Blai,ic. and  mined    to     have   it  removed  to the   wlU  PJ'ol������abIi   adjourn    to   meet     in  Victoria W. J). Buwljs, secretary of  the Fiuser River Canners Association, has received word from Ottawa  that the trap season has been extend  ed   till  September 15th.  Vancouver. Aug. .16���������Another wild  *nan has arisen to contest claims to  notoriety with the Vancouver Island  Mowgli. The second man lives on  Paisley Island, a small domain a-  bout thirty miles up the coast from  from here, about 240 acres in  tent. He has tho whole island  himself   and makos his homo m  ex-  to  an  to be   occupied  ceiling.    The delay cost her her lite.  LETTER OF  SYMPATHY  ������������������'/  tion    with  regard   to 'their   industry,  the government i'n-ovitie's hatcheries  for the propogatiou of tho ilsh so  that the supply will not give out,  then the camK-rs are .permitted practically free access to this immense  source of wealib, I hen iu addition  tp this they 'have Ihe advantage of  all thu Indian popuWtt ion of tho  country and .many Chinese and .lap  anew to perform (In; roughest, part  of the labor: of (heir industry and  it     does     seem     to  me     that    they  should be willing and able to pay  wages fpr thc rest of their help high  enough to induce British born cit-  izepB to-tako'up tho work.  ."The present condition of alTaiirs  in which labor is all actively , employed and wagos arc high is a  most healthy and gratifying one and  one that we should all sMc to main  ,t'ain for all:time and it would be'a  sad state of affairs ��������� .indeed if we  should ever go back to the conditions we had here a. few years ago  when the offscourings of other countries were all employed and our  own ' people were walking around  idle."  NEW USE FOR ALFALFA  Bat'Hocking tells "us that the mites and chicken lice were completely  driven out of his barn"and henhouse  as soon as b.e had alfalfa- hay put ii������  his barn and .used,it-in tbe house for  nests, says the Harper Sentinel. Mr.  ITooking says before the hay was cut  it was impossible to keep a horse in  thel barn or to get, n hen to hatch a  nest of chickens out, but neither.lice  nor mites can be"found nc/w.j This  is a new use for alfnlfa, lxut if it does  the work it will be, lots cheaper than  buying     poisonous    decoctions     and  The dull monotony of the prison  life of Mrs. Crefcld and Esther Mitchell was jh\ioken yesterday by_ the  receipt ot a letter by tbe older woman that caused 'much meurment,  not only ,to the women prisoners  themselves, 'but to the jailers and  others to whom the letter was  shown as a joke too good to keep.  The letter in question is from a  nun whom the women declaie is a  very dear and good friend, and was  written upon thc leceipt ol ���������. certain  published reports to ,the effect' that  Esther was suffering from a severe  attack of typhoid fever, and as a re-4  suit was moaning and tossing on her;  bed of pain..  As an introductory the friend offers  la's deepest sympathy and consolation to Mrs. ���������Crefcld-, who must sit  alone iu her cell and heat- Llie moau-  ings and witness the tossings, and  all that sort, of thing, and think, of  the poor girl dying without being  able to administer- 'to"her'wants or'  cool her fevered brow. From this  it goes on in praise of the girl who  he supposes is so near death's door,  and characterizes her as "one who  knew .the right and dared to do it  in. spite of the fact that the. whole  world was against her who would  not forsake the truth and justice even though she die for it; a girl too  great and true to go uncondemncd in  this vile world."  In closing the friend ��������� writes: "If  she goes there will be many to follow her ibier and wet her grave with  tears, for she is thc truest, bravest  and noblest girl that lias ever blessed this earth."  It is not the latter part, of the  letter that appealed to the humorous  side of the women, but rather that  which speaks of. her, illness and expected death, for Esther Mitchell is  as well as could be expected-and de-.  BOMBS IN  WARSAW I  old   hut   which used  by iishwm������n.  He has been chased several times  by the crew of the local steamer  Era, who wonted to find out how  he manajged to live \\ ithout working far there is no sign of cultivation on tho island. Thc wild man,  however neiver allowed the sailor-  men to corner him. He toofc to the  tall timber every time and hid. He  has a beard liko Rip Van Winkle, al  most down to his waist and presents   a most uncouth appearance.  ]  lieilm,   Aug.    lo���������   A   tlespuUh      Lo  LI10      \ OSalaHiC    /.CliUllg     liOlU    ttaiSHW  uaiud ^esieida^   ga\e miaUs 01 j<is-  teiua.> s noting.  111c  iiesiiati-u hays.  ' me  uisiut uaiiic  was  duo    to    the  iieteriuyi.itioii    ol    tlie   res olutiom.--.ts  to re\enge the an est ol ono bundled  and   loiij   uoikiiiLU  ol an    enamelled  ware' lactoi'y.    "Iho   liripg   began    at  one   o'clock   in  the   moriung   in .various parts of the   city as ii  Dy   concerted   signal-    J������ many places    the  military  need  on the crowds indiscri  liiiuatoly, and  tlio exact number killed   has not yet been ascertained. Bod  ies'pkked   up in tke streets continue  to be brought   to the morgue in MJkJo  dore  street  which      is  guarded       by  troops.    Many  of  the   wounded    conceal  themselves   because the  soldiers  arrest all  wounded persons;     Strong  patrols   of twenty   to fifty   cavalrymen    are  riding through  tlie  streets  searching   passers   by for arms.  The  si reels    in   t.bo   Jewish   quarter    are  deserted because the military patrols  knock   down with the butts  of their  rifles , everybody they meet.  "A bomb was thrown in the after  noon into the window of the police  station wounding seventeen polico-  liion and twenty passers by."        ,  HARD     COMBINATION   TO BEAT  We are informed that the visitors  brought a rabbit's foot, thiee lucky  stones, two mascots, and thc best  bunch of playeis to be gathered to.  gether between Des Moines and Garden City. More than that, it was  Friday the 13th and the game commenced at twenty-ithiee minutes after four b,clock. Who'could run up  against ;that sort of a comJtyination.  ���������Abilene Reflector.     -  spraying     pumps to get rid of these' clares that she has  never been   any-  greatest pests to poultry raisers.        where near.the  great,.dark gulf.  BRICKS AND THE BUILDERS  There are several kinds of bricks.  There is the "gold br-ick," whose victims never get much sympathy.  There,is the brick that hits the innocent bystander and puts him out  of business. And then there is a  trust brick, which tho builder is obliged to take, no matter how much  the monopoly demands for it.��������� Kansas City Times.  WHAT SHE WOULD DO.    /  The Logan (Kan.) Republican says  that a modern dude with narrow  striped clothes, saddle, colored shoes,  and a loud necktie, hair parted over  his t^\sp. and smoking a cigarette, aiW  dressed the young lady with whom  he was keeping company thus: "If  you was ano and I (was you, whati  would' you do?" She hesitatingly  said with a smile: "I would takeoff  that hideous tie, put that cigarette  in thc stove, part my hair on one  side and ��������� then pray to God for  brains."  A CAT SLAUGHTER.  The Hill City (Kkla.) New Era,  says that a cat killing fb'ee was pulled tiff over at Ellis recently and mor.  than 100 felines bit the dust. The.  cats not only made the nights hideous, which is their constitutional  right, but they exceeded1 their authority by devouring young chickens and  turkeys and even went so far as to t  threaten the lives of the most influential dogs of thc town. This was  unpardonable, and the death mad-  date was sent forth. iUwas, indeed-  a great catastrophe.  :-.\sarr.\ z tj to v. j ;w *-.v i-awssm-M* >c  THE L\T>rSMITH DAILY LBDGKB  IHt DAILY LEDGER  v3*aeaKHD!EZEEE������  J.-.,\W,'J.J:  Publtahai  every   day   except Sunday  -BT-  THB DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One Year (In advance) $5.00  One Month  - ... ~  50 cents  FRIDAY  Aug,   17.   190G  NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  -%-���������*������-  opea  The  City stores  will  remain  all day on Saturday.  Mr. and Jlrs. G- liovycr retiimed  l>ome last nlffM from I heir honoy-  nioon tour.  BIRTH.  Oa the  15th  inst.,    at   Ohemaiuus,  Ji.   C,   the    wife  or lien    MeKenssio/  station agent,  of a daughter.  ���������.������.���������  Mr.   Joh,u Holland, ISast Welliug-to  left yesterday morning  for     Surrey-  side, New Westininstes,   to attend tlio  , funeral  of his step-father.  A Great  Heat  Radiator  :-s$^  ���������fgf  " Sunshine " furnaces  have a large, heavy slieei-  steel dome and radiator,  with a wide space between them for the circulation of air.  This gives ah,immense radiating surfaco, and means  that every atom of lieat from the fire i.s usod for heating  purposes, and forced through hot-air pipes into tho house.  If you need a furnace, you should examine ihe " Sun-  shino"���������it will save you untold expense, worry and work.  Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere���������booklet free*  with 3848, the sixth, Vancouver,  was    fourth'  with.    3G33,    and     its  second   team  won    17th place;   third  team, 20th and twentieth team Uvea  ly-fifth.       The   indi\idual     champion  was   Sergt    Simpson,   Toronto    with  401.  Sw if i water Bill has at last run up  against a stone wall. Judge GrifUn  of the Superior Court in Seattle,  brought Bill up with a round turn  the other day. Jlcrenfler Sxviftwat-  er must pay his "bills"���������and no excuse will be tal<en    to the contrary.  Continued on Page "Three.) ,  Esquimali   & Nanaimo Hallway  STE A MS H IP SC H E D U L E  -    1    " ~C     EFFECTIV  E JULY, IS.'  Mr.' Ralph Smith, M. P., and Mr.  iWin. McAllan leave this morning  on a brief visit to Victoria, They  Will return on Monday or Tuesday  ���������f next week.  The funeral of the young- son of  Mr. aad Mrs: .Lee, Kennedy street,  .will take place from tho family residence on y Sunday afternoon at three  o'clock.  Notices were posted at No. 1 aud  Protection pitheads yesterday stating that there will- be no work in  tho mines until Monday morning at  7 o'clock.  The annual picnic, of the St. Andrews Sunday School was held yesterday near the landtag on New" Castle Island. A large crowd was present and a pleasant afternoon was  -Bpent by all.  . The Boys Brigade Band gave an  open air concert i������ the Dallas  Square Band stand yesterday 'afternoon. The Band discoursed sweet  strains of music to a small but very  appreciative audience.  The Companions of the Forest are  requested to meet iu the lodge  room on Saturday, Aug. IS, at LO:  30 sharp, to meet the'-visiting companions and also to tatoe part in  the parade.' All: members are requested    to attend.  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO., LTD.  | Gentlemen���������I have used MINARD'S  LINIMENT on my vessel and in my  family for years and for cvciy clay  ills and accidents of life 1 considci  it lias no equal.,  I would not start on a voyage  ���������without it, if it cost a dollar a bottle. v  CAPT.  P. It. DESJARD1N.  Schr. Storko, St. Andre, Kamoiuska  S/S. JO  'Sails from Ladysmith'for Vancouver every Tuesday at (1 o'clock a.m.  Sails  from  Vancouver foi- LadyamiUi every   .Monday    and   Tuesday, at  1:30 p. m.  Geo, L,. Courtriey,  -District Pnssengor Agent  58 Government St., Victoria, B.C.  Tlie   Ladysmith Hardware Co,,' Sole Agents  taken north this spring to be operated on the Susitna River 'for transporting freight from ScUlovia and  Cook's inlet points to tho districts  lying along the Susitna and the  Ycntna   rivers,   jy  reported "as having  Union-made Cspit."! & Nugget Cigars  SUMMER DIARRHOEA  IN CHILDREN  Messrs. McLean Bros., Vancouver  contractors, have recently completed the purchase of an island near  the mouth of the Fraser River.  They will commence shortly thc erection of a large sawmill on the  properly.  During the Hot weather ol the summer months the first unnatural looseness of a child's,bowels should have  immediate attention,! so as to check  the disease before.it becomes serious.  AH that is necessary is a few doses  of Chamlbierlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose  of castor oil to dense the'system.  Rev. M. O. Stoekland, Pastor ol the  first M.E. Clr.udi, Little Falls, Mln-  nesots, writes: ,lU'e have used Chamberlain's Colic., Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for se>i?ral years and  find it a very valuable remedy, especially for sumtncL disorders in children."   Sold Ii;.   Lad\ smith Pharmacy  q  jgr.  x  Tiie Nellie Thurston, well known to  Nanaimoites as the Halibut fishing  boat owned by a: company' of local  men, dropped anchor in the harbor  on Thursday morning at one o'clock.  She has just returned from a trip  to the   northern halibut grounds.  .���������.a*.���������  There was a large crowd last night  at the merry-go-round. Tonight there  will be a prize for girls and on Sat  urday night there will be a prize  of $5 for the best lady rider. Tliis  is sure to bring out a large crowd  both to ride and to see the fun.  VUicii }om u nit  .< -Muu globe  see  llial ^ I   . K-o    globe  with    ll'i    p:!>' ( '    ; ill:;   on      it,  ai. it is (ii< mii, Li-id that  can keep ihr wati-i < tit ��������� the  glolnts w'llo'ii i!-i ii herring  cannot c in:i Lter, you  cjji see ' i h- .- .aminlng  tlem. 'i!v rir!> ( ,,| flower  that Is mu << i' c globes  Avlth the i 'ibfi r'?, Is guar  anteorl   to  | p   i li(     <   t, and   if   i  been .wrecked    during  the latter part  of lat-t, month. \  lii the Canadian Rifle Leagiuyscor  es for the year, participated in by.  city corps,    the   10th   Toronto    won  ^W"v<~" 'i  x !%g^!\ TRADE  \ ' \m *\\   MARK  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEEN "  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  Ami tho Prljnctpal BiihIiicsb Centers or  Ontario,'Quebec, and the  - Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AKIT   "  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Time Tables, etc., addrcHH  CEO. W. VAUX,  Ahshmiit Oen'l PaBacnger ami Tli-lcot Agent,  135 Adams St., CHICAGO, ill.  |THE JONES HOTEL  ���������-WHITJS   cook���������  mid  ���������WH1TK   LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  OATACRB   STREET-     Ladysmith.  ti n  Uiiscriipuloiis      dealers       have!  been    known   to  place  infeiior  hoots in our cartoons and   represent    them     as    "bECKIE?  BOOTS."      Don't  he    imposed I  upon.      There, are    no    others!  _ "JUST AS  GOOD."  The nhove trade maik is in-  delibly br.imletl on the sole!  of eveiy genuine ' "1/ECK1EJ  HOOT." H stands for ALL  LWATIIEK BOOTS made toj  resist Lite lougliest western!  wear.  Ask    for   and INSIST upon  getting LEC1CIB BOOTS.  Alauuractureil hy  J. LEMIE ec.Ud!  VAKCOUVER ,8, C  Uiider^ewiMaoaKment  HOTELIWILSON  Jus. R, WcKinnell, Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial' Mens' headquarters.  Modern - and >    Strictly First Class.  Fire Proof    Duildlig.  -Try Capital and Nugget Cigars  THE COMFORTABLE WAY.  '   Ticket and  Freight Office," 75"'  v   Government Street.  2Tanscoiitinental, A  Trains Daily ;   L  The New  Train j-  ;.  ���������Ol!:   NTAL LIMITED  The' Train pt -  Ease,   Elegance,   Excellence.  Every   mile  a   picture,    and  no smoke jto spoil  the ��������� view.  Through  Compartment,   Observation  and .Pullman   Slcep-  i ers;     also    Through    Tourist  Cars to Chicago.  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty '   >  Union     Terminals   with   all  Strainer lines.  Keith  reservations hy  wirel  Great Northern  S.S. Co.  FOR  JAPAN    AND  CHINA.  Steamships MiiuiesQta and Dakota sail from Seattle for Japan    and China ports at   fre-  (fuenr dates.      Exact    sailing  Sates can he secured upon application to any  Great North-  - em representative.  S.  G.  YERKES,  A.G.P.A.,   Seattle, Wash.  ,E.  R. STEPHEN,  Gen.  Agent,   Victoria. B.C  ''or a Cool, refreshing���������  B A T H  During the Summer  Months Call oil .'.  THOMAUEWIS  Shaving Parlors, etc.,.  High Street  Best accommodation for   transient  tad permanent boarders' and lodgers.  OR AND      HOTEL  _. This. new Hotel has been comfortably furnished land the bar is up-to  NURSERIES, A, SEED HOUSES  Large Stock of Homegrown  Fruit and OinamcntalTre'es  noAv matured for the Fall  Tiade.  No expense,  loss or delay  of fumigation or inspection.  Headquarters    for   Pacific  Coast grown Garden, Field,  and Flower Siceds a'son.  ��������� Bee Supplies, Sprt ftimps  yVha!e Oil Soap, Greenhouse  Plants, Cut Flowers, Bulbs  For Fall Planting  'We do business on our own -  "(jroiiiHls���������no rent to pay and  are    prepared    t'o  meet   all  competition.  ��������� Let me price your list he-  lore placing your order.  w  Catalogue Free.  Al. J. HENRY,  3oio Westminster Road  VANCOUVER  ,   ���������  ���������P-  date.,   Rates. 11.H ������ day,   and  w\rds. ., i  .     WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  ���������*������lanatf������ i?-: <:���������-���������: :���������>���������: m Ladjraaltli  Fletcher Bros,  . ..Dealers In   Pianos   & Organs  i  Ladysmith, B.C  Plumbing and  DONE  AT  Reasonable Prices   :By   J. ANDERSON  Leave orders   al  Peterson's  Furn  ture Store, or telepiione No 5S.  Sunlight Soup Is better thnn other soaps, but  a bast when used In the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Sup (mil follow Directions  ���������f++fr+"fr+'fr+**+"fr"t"l'i"+*"fr+f*+'l"M^^  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  you v  RtiMier  X. J ii.  t:<    ���������  Solr  Freu ���������,  dot,  ; ?  Cor. fc:.  1   -'i.i,.'    with  t.il!   it  Mrs.  '���������hi  ftit  T  get  nj;  The   steamer   Caswell,   which      was  ���������  e   ui'i  rau  I'hein  11  H c     for    the  Hi Co., of Lon-  r.' ������������������, '���������U-ll.oiinie, S.A.,  -. '��������� i'd. i������t" Milton St.  WAN.'. I MO  H.C.  . ..:d3SstefcS2BSeKatf  X Ask tor ^.^sq^ v  WATSON'S  DUNDE  Express Work  Light Teaming.     Wood ati  Orders With   Baric      for sale.     See  J.   KEMP, or   leave  W. CARTER,  riRST   AVE'NUE  ���������     ���������_           PHONE      6-0  '������������������������������������������"���������>.���������������.���������..���������..������..������..*..  ..������..������..������..������..������..������..������..  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������.  I PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER-ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH,   B. C.  . HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, B. G.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  General Manager.  *  *  *  *  - **^���������+���������^���������^'f���������^'���������+++>^^���������*���������^*���������^���������^^-^l''^.^^^4.^^^.^.^^.|..|.^^.������..f^^..I..J..J,^lJ.J.^^,^^  First  Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  DELI V EURO.  WOOD AND  BARK   FOR SALE    AND  EXPRE   SS' WORK.  AVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  ���������,.������������������.,������������������.���������..������..  ���������'������������������.���������.������������������������������������..������..������..,.....������..������..,.....,..,..  ,.���������..���������..������..������..���������..������..  STOVES! STOVES!  weiare making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  Al j.- kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53 P. O. Box 42.  ..������..���������.������������������..������������������..*..������������������ >>.������������������'  PAINTING   AND  PAPBRHANGING.  Neatly and Artistically Done -.-- ���������    Orders  Promptly    Execute  ROEDDING    -    LADYSMITH  TH0 CLTY MHRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  1st. Avenue Ladysinith BC,  :: LADYSMITH TRANSFER STABLE *  $    PIANOS;-^ .ORGANS    ANDHOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOV-  1   ED PROMPTLY AND  SAFELY.  Stabled In the rear of the Lad ysmith hotel.  ' Abtotaford  Leave orders at   the  t A.  J. WASKETT PROP.  \VM.  MUNSIE,  President    J. W.  COBURN, Managing Director.  ; Tel'ephane 4-(>. ������������������  er Co, Ltd  **&*���������  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH-f    -   ^  ������Hinglejs a ������pe^cialty  MANUFACTURERS OF >  Rough and Dressed Tiv and Cedar Tjumbers  LATHS,  SHINGLES,  MO ULD1NGS,    ' ETC.,     of    the BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  t  I  i .../". 1 ^  ���������ri:.  ~.1 J  $  ���������THE LADYSMITH   DAILY  LEDGER  LODGES  ,.,.i)YSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.���������  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall ' every 2nd and 4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.     ;  MRS". KATE TATE,  >. " M. of R. & C.  I   UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF ���������  DRUIDS.  Wellington Grove, No. 4, U^A.O.D.  meets "in the    I.O.O.F.  Hall,    Lady-,  riiith, the Second and Fourth   Wednesdays- of  each  month,  commencing  ^Wednesday, 13th, 1905.������ ,  Visiting Druids are invited to   attend.    By Order  WM. RAFTER, Rce. Sec.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  X   HILBERT  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  AU  work  guaranteed and at  able rates.  reason-  ii  OALEDOMA  P  iir  ,eads Them    AH  IN  QUALITY  R. P. Rim-El',  &Co., Ltd  RESIDENCE  AND t OFFICE    '  Gatacre St Ladysmith  Open at all hours.  LADYSMITH   BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH -ON HAND  Wedding    Cal.cn  -Jladc   to  Ordor  FRUITS   AMD    CANDIES OF-ALL  KINDS.    PKESH   BREAD  EVERY   DAY  Prices    arc     Very  Reasonable.     All  L'ustoracis are Treated  Alike. '  HOP  LEE <k CO.  ON ,THF   SSPLANADE.  NANAIMO  Martin  with a score of "10.  This  i't i ? ? fl f s*r h *  NEWS NOTES  ���������**-������-  (Continued from Page Two)  San Fi'ancisccThas already received  $50,000,000 of the money due from  thc tiro insurance companies and is  now busy figuring how much it will  have   to  pay   back  in preiums.  News, of interest to those interest  ed iu tho success of the sealing fleet  in Behring Sea was brought by the  steamer Mackinaw, which has arrived  at Tacoiua from Cape Nome. Tho  Mackinaw reports fine weather' in  IJehring- Sea, although the weather  encountered in (ho North Pacific after leaving   (Jniniak   Pass was dirty.  glv&\'$fy6 l^faHint po'skessifcn/of"!?the'  medal.    , He  also    tied    witliN  Chas.  Trawford    for-  the   Club's gold jriQd  al. ' D.'   Gordon   wins the   B.-  Clas;  'medal' hy winning yesterday's shoot.  Hi's's'core'was !.">.        ,  R. M. S.'Maheno,'of the, Canadian  Australian line,- will sail from thc  ocean dock tomorrow evening for  Australia. ^ ia the usual ports of  call. This will be tbe last trip of  the Maheno on the Canadian-Austral  iah route this season, for on arrival at Sidney the turbine .. si etui km-  will be again plac-d in the -Vow  Zealand service, and the Motuia "ill  replace her on the run to Victoria  and Vancouver   until next summer.  I  As tho time draws near for the big  wrestling match between Bruce Ash-  Tho Seattle Times says: As tooth, ll,an' nnd Snndy Swanson, interest  tho political parties are now ,sol-| iu the e^nL is waxing^ warm. Friends  iciiting   small   contributions  from  thc) of,both the contestants are absoluto-  ""'-" "Pacific Coast  E'lGTORIA. ������������������:' ���������:  : Agency.,  ���������'.-���������   '-: :��������� B.C  IVTannfactnrersofthe Famous  CUBAN   BLOSSOfi  |<lone bu   Union Labor  -Employed  ri J.  BOOTH. Prop  BOOTS & SHOES  REPAIRED  v~ J A  j )������ -  Roberts St.  ^GuUUUUUUUUL  KERI>, .  Near 5th, Ave.  people for campaign purposes nnd as  one side cannot win._ the Postmaster  General might look into'the question - whether _one of tbe politicat  parties is'not using the mails to  secure money- without giving any  adequate return.  DAY SCHOOL.  .  : Usual subjects taught;' also laa-  uaKe������, drawing in pencil and cray-  ns, paint ng in oils and water col-  fa, pianoforte and vocal lessons giv-  n in classed or individually.  TISS BERTRAM,   *'Ladysmith, R.C  ALi^  Wall Papers  ON HAND  To be sold at HALF PRICE  Call on J.E. Smith  House and Sign Paintei  RAYMOND  &  SONS  ���������Dealers in���������     '  Lime,  Plaster Paris,-   Crick,  Fire "Brfck and Vancouver island cement.  3 Pandora St. Victoria B.C.  Millard's Liniment cuies Cold, etc.  I  PIEROY & GO.  Manufacturers Of.���������     <     '   '    "  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,   WHOLESALE DRY GOODS  VICTORIA, B. G.  The final shoot- for the     Dominion  Cartridge ��������� Company's     Medal      took  place    yesterday       on  the       Cricket  grounds^ and  was ;\von   by   Mr.     C.  W.R. SIMPSON  Solicitor, "iRta  t.  Money  Aventit '--  to  ;t.I-.^,.0  Loan  LADYSWI H  NOTICE   r-  From this date tbe' undersigned  will not be responsible (or any indebtedness incurred - except on -������  Written order signed by the'-secretary  Rowland Machin.   -.".- <    '���������-  V.  I.  EXPLORATION & DEVEL  OPMENT CO., LTD:      *  Non Persona! Liability.' ,' ,   ,     .-.:\ >  Victoria. R -������.. Ifrv. lftth.;'������������AI   .' > <  lit  GENERAL BLAGKu.  Miners'. DriilingiiMacliiiies  iTN SHOP  DRILLS  1  MADE TO ORDER aud REPAIRED' AT   SHORT   NOTICE.  SHARPENED BY US      ALWAYS -GIVE   SATISFACTION!.   PICKS HANDLED A  Nl> REPAIRED   -S HI P SMI Till NC,    IN      ALL   LT S   BRANCHES  Korseshoers and Generf1 Bfacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Buller Street -    -      -   Ladysmith, B C  [ICE!    ICE!    ICE!  W1L1-be Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders must be in by eleven o'clock on day ol Delivery,  v  k loi MtyJM  Then b������ ���������un'yoir'tickets" re4#  North Western Line \  The only line, now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS, with thc  through trains from tke Pacift  Coast. ,  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, TF  FINEST  TRAINS,  THE  LOWES"  RATES,  THE  FASTEST" TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,  ST.   PAUL,  CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT*  and ALL POINTS EAST.   :  For complete Information ask y  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  Osneral  ������$���������*  710 2nd Ave., Seattle.  ly sure of a win, so there is bound  to be some disappointed men after  the/big event is over. .That there  will be -many of these is shown by  thc large number of followers that  each camp ������oni.ains,' and when Bruce  and Sandy enter the niug- on Saturday night, they will be-backed hoav  ily to win by their respective admirers.   ���������'..,_  The match wilLbc pulled oft in'the  Athletic .Club ��������� ,arena, thc price of  admission beyig , 50 cents, Reserved  seats, 75 cents and ringside seats,  S1.00. .,".���������  Tickets are   now on sale at W. W  Gray's Candy Sc.ore. \  The report ]s going tbe rounds  that .'a handsome rewajed will be paid  for thc cornerstone that has niiot  yet been located. Tf- anybody sees a  corner stone belonging to St. Paul's  church wandering around, they would  do well to' head it off. If any one  is carrying- it' around as a watch-  charm or a .kt-epsake, they will do a  chaijitabic act by letting it be  known., foi- the loss of it Is causing  all sorts of trouble. Tt has been giv  eii' out several times that it would  be opened at a certain' hour. The  hour .arrived.,and the people, hat tho  corner stone has so far failed lo  keep the appointment.    ^  Union Brewing Co  Limited  NANAIMO    B. C.  ^^���������f.{.4^j.^.^4..?.4..j.^j.^.j.4.j������:.^^j.   .h.4.*-M~H������.K*>*4.*+.i.+.K.  W. SILER.  *ENEKAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY D(>^ ������.  Leave orders at tbe Abbotsford.  "MAKE HAY WHILE  THE SUN SHINES."  There is a lesson in thc work of  the thrilty farmer. He knows that  tha bright sunshine may last but a  day and he prepares for thc showers  which are so liable to follow. So  it should be with every household.  Dysentery, diarrhoes and cholera 'morbus may attack some of the members ot the home -without warning.  Chambterlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy, which is the best  known remedy for these "diseases,  should always . be kept at hand, ns  immediate treatment is necessary,  and delay may prove fatal. -For sale  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rates ?1.25 and$1.50���������  Fro to all steamboat landings and  railway depots. Electric cars every live  minutes to all parts of the city. Bar  and tablelunezcelled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER  B, 0.  STE.W    HEATED  I'ORNlSHBlJ-    ROOMS  BAR SUPPLIED WITH BE* T  WJNES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  IABBOTSFORD HOTEL  Synopsis of Canadian  Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Dominion Lands  within the Railway Belt in British  V, Columbia, may b������ bomesteaded by  any person who is the solo head of  * family, or any male over e gbtecn  years of age, to tlie extent of one-  qnarter section of 160 acres, more  or less.  Entry  must be made personally at  the local land oflice for  the district  in which the land is situate,  The homesteader is required to per-  !;! form  the conditions connected tbeie-  ij! ;with    under   one     ot the   following  plans:  (1) At least six   months' residence  I  upon and cultivation of the land    in  each year for  three years.  (2) It the father, (or mother, il the  father Is deceased), ot thc homesteader resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the re-  jqnirements as to residence may he  satisfied hy such person residing with  the. father or mother.  (3) It the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his home  stead, the requirements as to residence may bo satisfied by residence  upon tlie said laud.  Six monthe' notice in writing  should, be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands aT Ottawa of intention to apply lor patent.  Coal lands may be piirchased at $10  per. acre for soft coal and ?20 for  anthracite. * Not more than 3,20  acres can be horpiired by one individual or company. Royalty at the  rate ot ten cents per ton of '2,000  pounds shall, be collected on .the  gross output.. ���������  '     W.  W.  CORY,  pepiitv-'of the Minister of Interior  K eep  house.  Minard's    Liniment    in    the  A. J. McMURTRlE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up" arid  Furnished  LADYSMITH,   . C  Good tables and good  Rooms  This  Hotel  has  been completely      renovated.  Board aid lodging $1.00 per day.  HOTEL    PRETORIK  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Bar Supplied with the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C:  Liquors and Cigars.  -W^yp.  ....^^.^,^-^f.  UNNECESSARY EXPENSE,.'  Acdte attacks of colic and diarrhoea come on without warning and  prompt relief must be obtained.  There is no, necessity of incurring, expense of a physician's service in such  cases if Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoes Remedy is at  band. A doso of this remedy will  relieve thc patient before the doctor  could arrive. It "has never been  Known to fail, oven in thc most severe and dangerous eases and no family should lie without it. For sale  by the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  P   VOU   \VANT_AQOOD-���������   First Class   Meal  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN FIRST AVENUE.  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the ofiice     on Roberts   Street a>:'  my Water     Kates, between the 1 Oth   and the 25th of each nn-.nth.-  Office Hours I P.IM. 4.30  T. ] BLAND,  ,      1  ,  .  ( ,     , SUPERINTEND ENTa    .  ;y.iy--*4?s-  Blouses  I-2 Price     u  We are placing on sale every muslin blouse in  the place at HALF PRICE.  Regular, $1.75 for 95c.  " $3.00 " $1.50  Black Sateen Blouses--  Regular $i,75l'foir $i.io  SIX DOZEN WHITE MUSLIN APRONS.  Trimmed with Embroidery and Insertion, foil sizes.  Regular 5oc, for 25c.   "     80c.    " '45c.  Ladies' Lustre Skirts-  In Black and Grey, Four of each, only, new, up-to-date.  Regular  $375 for $2.75  $6.50 "   #3.95  Tweed Skirts, 1-2 Price,  Regular $4.00 for $2.00  4* $500 " $2.50  "     $600   ���������������   $3,00 Etc.  ������!H ���������     1  , t  ���������r-M\  ������*i<-  It',  We have several  pieces of Prints  a:.d Muslins in shortlengths to  be soldat HALF PRICE  >.. 1  Ladies' Blouse Sets-  Genuine Pearl,   Regular 50c. and 60c.,  Sale Price, 30c,  Ladies" Shoes  125 Pair Button Shoes, and in the lot all  Sizes are to be found, some Vici Kids, values  $2.50, $3.75 and $4,00. Will clear at sale for  $150 A PAIR  Woraens House Slippers-  Broken Sizes, Regular $1.25 and $1.50, to clear at 90c.  '.IV  :���������!*  -a:  1  *  Boys'Shirts-  A lot of Boys' Colored   Shirts, Soft and   Stiff Bosom  Sizes 12 to 14, worth 75c' to 95c,,  TO be sold for 35c,  ������ i  Mens' Stiff Bosom Shirts���������  75c, to $1.25, to be sold for 50c.  Mens' Soft Bosom Shirts-  Regular $1.25, for 75c.  Mens' Black Sateen Shirts-  Regular $1������25, for 75c-,  MENS'BALfeRlGGAN UNDERWEAR, 50c. for 25c.  EXTRA FINE BALBRIGGAM, assorted colors,   regular 75c, to be. sold for 37>ac. ,  Caps-  A   lot of Tweed Caps, Regular 25c, for I5C} 5oc. for 25;  75c, for 35c; $1.00 for 50c.  A lot of Mens' Pants, air sizes and styles, to  be sold at ONE HALF PRICE,  Regular $6.00 for $3.00; $5 oofor$2.5o; $1.50 for$1.00.  5  [WIG ELSE II STORE GOB JIT IE PBICt.  1  Miqh M. -T? rr  *    '<,  "    ' ' "i". >   . .        *    - , "' j"': '   ''     " "     ���������  *������,    V <-%- ���������?���������-. "v '  "'"      " ���������  -      /  \  " rE73T"**^^"t*������-  THBLIDTSMITHDAJLY LEDGER  .���������. .���������. .���������. .*fr. .4*1 iti i*fri t*fri i*fri i't'l i't'l iti ii*i t'fri i*fri rfl 1*1*1 iTi iTt rf": t"8*������ i*fri rfi Ai i*fti iTi  mi iw ^i i^i i^i 1^,1 ij^ 1^,1 i^i ij,j n> ^i 'jj,i i^.-1 "^' ������4< *4.J '+* l4.' '4������ l+  4.' '4������ '+  4>  4"  Always On  Hand $  ^wwvwvww  BICKLE'S  Best of Groceries!  A Large Stock of X  I DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES  That Can' Be Beat  WWW^^^WV  ifcifufMfc ##fo#foffi^$������$Hftfo*fr$H$������������$H|������������$i <$h$h$h������  Smith, Fotos,  That's Alll  Local Items  The Tcpic and scows were, in  coal today for  the C.P.R>.  foi  Hulk Richard III. has about completed her cargo of 1/I0Q tons of coal.  for the Trcadwell mines, 'Alaska.  The local baseball team have made  arrangements to play tho Chemainus  nine here on  Sunday afternoon next.  Miss C. Clay leaves tomorrow for  Vancouver, where she has accepted a  position as book-keeper with a fiim  in the Terminal  City.  'If vou want a good cook, apply to  HOP LEE.  LOST���������On Aug. 7, rough-coated Airedale teriier, black back with tan  head and legs; tail docked. Anyone  returning same to the Bank, will  be rewarded.  Ask  for Capital and Nugget Cigars   ^_   Mr.   Dunbar, 'left on  the   morning  train for Victoria.  ,   Mr. and Mrs.  T. Jones,    of Camp  (J,- left this morning  foi    Bakerfield, !lng  ls for  California, where Mr.  Jones has   sc- , stumPs"  cured a  position as machinist in* the ���������  shops of the Union Pacific  Railway  English Prints, 15 cents per yard,  now 10 cents at Simon Leiser jjufe'  Co.,  Ltd. '   .  ��������� Although biilhday ^festivities are  in progress in iho neighborhood of  Kitchener street and Third Avenue  today, the blasting which is to be  heard in that vicinity lias no connec-y  tion with the festivities. The blast-  the purpose of removing  Yesteiday at Camp ti, of tlie Chc-  NOT10E. .  Teacher   wanted    foi  the Primary1  Grade    of    the    Ladvsmith     Publico  mainus Lumfaer Co., Francis Fleicher i School.    Salary $60.00   per   inontli  a Belgian, had.his leg broken, caus-  -ed by a  log falling    off a car onto  the leg,  and breaking it above    the  knee.  None Better ���������Capital & Nugget Cigars  Tlie funeral of Jas. Tunstall, who  was killed in Nanaimo mines on Wednesday took place this afternoon in.  Nanaimo. The mines were closed all  day as a token of respect foi: thejde-t  ceased, and to allow the former fellow workmen to attend the funeral.  None without expeiience in this particular grade need apply. Applications to be in the hands of the undersigned on or bpfore August 29th.  JOHN STEWART,  Secretary.  A road gang is engaged on repair  woik. on the road leading from the  main toad towards South Wellington  and passing T. Waskctt's camp and  vai ious ranches. Mr. Waskett re-  poels a noted improvement already  in the condition of the road.  Low Excursion  Rates" ���������  Round Trip.  r8ai!y  Trans-;;  L'!j> t  T  No airangements have been made  for special trains running between  Lady.s.mith and Nanaimo tomorrow,  otlici than the usual Saturday service A special train leaves Victoria, however, at 8 o'clock in 'iho  morning, running tluough to Nanaimo Fi oni all accounts the Foresters will have a big time in Nanaimo  to-morrow.  iu.  10 Doz- Boys' Blouses���������blue  & white. Reg, 50c  Special for $1  12 Doz. Women's Colored and  white Blouses. Reg up to $2  Special 75c.  5 Doz. Women's^ Blouses-  Reg. 75c  Special 25c,  15 Qoz. Boys' Fancy Tweed  Pants���������/ill Sizes Reg. 75c  SPecial .50  500 Remnants of Dress Goods  Prints, Ginghams Etc.  Half leg. Price  Walters S  Akenhead  Mr. John'Stewart, secietaiy^of the  school board, today received a letter5  containing    the resignation of    Miss  Abercrombie    horn  the local    teach-  ���������i  ing staff. Miss Abercrombie is coi\-���������  fined to her bed .-with a "severe attack of typhoid fever, and will not  be in condition to teach school for  some time to come. The board have  an advertisement in another column  calling for a teacher to fill the post'  vacated by the resignation of Miss  A bercrombie.  Fancy blouse j lengths fmmeily $3,  now being cleared at 5.1.75 at Simon  Leiser & Co's. Ltd.  ������������������..s-.*~  I  ,  Jul  I? VfflS   1  11st. Avenue, Ladysmith, B. C j  I V. f. tain?, Prop, j  t     MANUFACTURER OF     j  i Carbonated Beverages, \  i ������  i Ginger   Beer       ���������  i I  - Fruit Sj'rups I  P.   O.   Box   2.|S |  t  Myers' Rojal  ....Poultry Spice....  Exists today as it did years  ago; for fifty years it; has 'been  the leading Poultey Spice and  today takes first prize from all  competitors. Read what others say about -it.  It's Nfver Too Late to Learn  Vancouver, B.C.'1  The Brackman-Kcr Milling Co.:  Dcai Sirs: I "have used Myers'-  Royal Poultry Spice myself  and know it to excel anything  of "its kind'on the market.  T. D.  CYRS.  Better to-day than to-morrow  Duck Ranch of  ,    WM. H.  T1IUSLOW  Breeder  of J'ekin Ducks,  St'roduburg,  Pa.  Gentlemen:    I have two pens  of ducks,  160 'in each pen, and  as nearly alike as possible. ,-  The pen fed Spice for     [  last three weeks, dressed ' :.  ..' '.   822' lbs.  The pen  without  the  Spice dressed    768 lbs.  In favor ol Spice ... 54 lbs  At'16c per lb the Spice produced $8.6-k gain over the other pen, and, I used only 12 lbs.  of Spice. , To say I was surprised is putting it mildly, and  I have at last found a food  that'is what it is represented  to* be, and I shall this season  use it largely.  ,   Vours 'respectfully, - >  WM.'H. THUSLOW.  MYERS' POULTRY SPICE  Is the greatest egg producer"  and fattenei of poultry and'  ducks ever invented;' it"stands  unrivalled. Jot raising young  chicks and ducks,, giving1 them  stamina 'against cold Avinds and  damp weather. "    '  SOLE AGENTS.  Brackman Ker  Milling Co.,  Ltd.  i *5 Government St., Victoria  36 Hastings St , Vancouver  The Front, New Westminster  ������ 1: 1392  ���������  X  :  ���������-  :  x  of   Summer  To be Cleared at Less than Cost  Fancy Muslin, 35c a yd.,   reduced io  '."....'...'. 25c  Fancy  French' Cambrics,  23c a yd., reduced"to    loo  English Prints, 15c a yd.    reduced ,to,  10c  Fancy Blouse Lengths,    $3.00, now , .M..5  . Fancy  Blouse Lengths,    $.2.75, now  <  '. SI ">0  Fancy. Blouse Lengths,    $2.00, now   $1.25  Over 12 Doz. Ladies' Silk Fancy  Ties to be disposed.of at Bar-  gain Prices        ������,������       ������-  -' '���������< . , 1.' ��������� ���������   ,    ���������   ^   '. *  ������������������WMHM^B^BaMHHMBBHMMMnHi^niBi^BMHMMMBHMHil^MHBMM^BMnflrHBM^aWMKMCMnMMMMMKaM  ������������������^���������������������������^^���������i1M^������������������^^������������������^^MWtyj." IM���������W.MUWMM���������  $imon Reiser &%q.  limited '  X  X  ���������-  ���������  :  :  aiTfff?ftfnfffffTfnffTfff?fiffT?f fffiffnfTffnn?wfnfnfi?ftfffff-fffffi  ^     FRESH SUPPLY OF  35  .Pork, Ileal and Deei I  ^  we Have on hand some very nice-  ������E  ROLLED CORNED BEEF  J2.I-2C.-LB.  EAt HOWE - +���������;���������>%  fcT MEAT\MARK'6T       s       - 3  ^ffiSSS  Fancy muslins, 35 cents pcr yard,  now reduced to 25 cents to clear out  Ihe summer slock at Simon Leiser  & Co.,s., ,Ltd. ,  Tb  I To  l:!'^.  A up  ���������V  'I.  NOTICE  /Vliist Be>  Sold  i Merry-go-round wOrgan���������Plays 36  Tunes���������Suitable for Bar Room, Etc  1 5mall Organ���������Plays ,36 Tunes by  Rollers with Key Board to play by  Music���������Good for Family Practice  BEST  SEWING  MACHINES  VERY  ��������� CHEAP,   3 Beautiful Large Pictures, Tinware,  Etc. FLETCHER'S VARIETY STOI^E  Mlnard's Liniment Cures   Garget, in  Cows.  V.cC'.  J������  Sii. t  1').  Jo Jiuna SB3.75-.  A'u   ;, S,:8.. Sept.  S *  '.0.  TO    A 1. L  M i 1-T S  For particulars call  on     or  vtita J-'-. E. Rliickwood, Geu-  N.P.,  Portland, Ore.  ,m������r.lT'aiBi^i:33BEBWa8BES^^  Mica.:;  ! .',v>ent cuce.H Distemper.  hin i^fciii- si  MINERS'  ^ S flf B Baa %''  ott4rcloy  flftft  - lUbi  Owinf to an error at llie factory we received   the wrou^  orduv im-.l ,ratlier  than have them shipped back we have decided to make a Special for Sat.  A Good Line of���������   MINERS' I  hi  PC9  4i  .���������*, g ih  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that I intend-to apply to thc Board of Licensing Commissioners at their next  sitting, foi a transfer of thc r retail  liquor 'liense now held by me for  the Pur ',(1 Hotel, Ladysmith, from  mysel1   \-, '."liristina Tloggan.  D.  B.  HYND.  Ladysmith, Oth  Aug., 1900. lm  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������  f4Parker,M 44Reming:tonw  and "Winchester" Guns  FULL    STOCK  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  Heacfquateis for  The Latest  MAGAZINES  -���������-������������������������������������"������������������������������������--������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������--  .-���������--���������-���������.-���������-���������-���������..  ##### #0##@####������#������i-  1(1  Mb  m  if  #  if  m  il  0  $2o.oo to $3.4.oo Suits forijus.oo  $24.00 to $28.00 Suits for $20.00  Tweed & Worsted Pants  $3 & Up  I will be iii Ladysniiih every'  Sunday prepared to take orders for :���������-  UP-TO DATE TAILOR  MADE   CLOTHES  and Guarantee Satisfaction  ''We are making a Big Reductions in, the Price of our  Clothing for next month so  this is your  chance  to call  and  see me  Will beat the  Ladysmith   Hotel  Every  Sinula  H  II  II  m  s  0'^  mzi  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  ^^ssasEGassTSSssjE^EtasEUBSsaa  WATCH REPAIRING  1  All* Watches entrusted to me receive my Special Attention. The  Repairing is done on my premises by myself with 3.| Years  Experience as a Guarantee,   fly Charges are m - derate for-���������r-  FIRSTCLASSWORK  B. FORCIMHER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE,  LADYST1ITH  The Proof of the Pudding is in  the Eating  So it is with the  CHARLIE HOY & Co. 27 Store Street VICTORIA  Formerly Charlie Dunn & Co.  illv####@������# ji@H H#H@  ������i������������������(e9(e(������������������6������M������tti ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<$���������������������������  FOR TODAY  BL>AIf^-& ADAM  AGENTS FOR STANFIELD'S UNSHR1NKABLI; VMn.'.lv, EAR  Veal, Pork, Mutton,  ,amb: & Beef������-  'yZ) Li  E.  G. PAN NELL  GAT ACRE ST.  LADYSMITH  e  0  o  ���������  e  ���������-  ������  e  ������  e  e  Pyramid Brand  . ���������-OF���������-  PAINTS  The enormous amount of tlicsojPainls  use* by the public is proof positive  that it is giving perfect satisfacibion  both in the Quality, and price,  $ 1.75 Pet  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������9������������������e������t*(t  ���������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������a������*A������#������0������������9  We carry the best and largest assorted stock of Varnishes north of  Victoria, also window glasst picture  mouldings, enamels, varnish stains,  brushes, etc.  LADYSMITH ILL PAPER DEPOT  Harry Kay, Proprietor  Granite and Marble Works  Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at 'the  lowest pricesr . consistent  with first class ,stock and  workmanship. 'Yrite for  catalogue.  A.   STEWART,  148 Yates St. Victoria B.C  m     lowest      prices ... consisrent     9  ��������� with  first class ,stock   and    .���������  ������     workmanship.       'Yrite    for     9  ��������� nntalniriin ���������  ���������  Smoke a Big B Cigar.  NOTICE.  If 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 time  at his office on Gatacre street. His  dental work Is guaranteed to bo flrst-  class, and rates reasonable.  Smoke Little B Clgftra.  I  ���������A  '}  'ii

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