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Array sswss  ������sa*^>  ^^BiBatrTGBtt&ireB.*l������^ve^.fp*rx^^  ii^^s^ixs^ai^s^������mx^tasri^szr������:  gSto-.tf-^-IBK  Daily Ledger  VOL.,*  THURSDAY, lAUG. 9, 1906.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  '.i.-*1 ������������������.. g  ��������� ���������* ^P?  [.QUINN KILLED  AT LUNKHEAD  i.  Qiiinu was Killed in No, S. mine Extension,' nnd Iho death of a son, in  (he same Irugic manner as the father, will cilii.m.' grief and 'sadness in  tbo {home i'ioiii whicli (hc lud was  ,sot suddenly       nnd   without   warning,  The deceased young  man leaves   to  mourn ibis  loss   nt  so   early an   ago  Yesterday Mr. Thos. Munsie rcceiv-  (i a telegram from B.inkliead, near  anfl', containing news of the death  i lus step-son, Michael Quinn.  i Koi particulars of tho accident were  Iiveii, other than that the young  .an was killed in a coal mine new' [fulled nwiiy.  iff,' nnd   that  thc   funcial    would  Iiku place in Nanaimo, tho   body ar- (  ving there on Saturday's boat "from  in  1 Ho,    a mother aiul  two     sisteis  ancouver. '      , '   ' '      residing  in Banff,  and n  brother Jos.  i,The deceased youth was well known  Quinn. who resides wilh Mr.'      Austin  many   of  the lesidents   of '    this, Vater,   Pridcaux  stieet,   Nanaimo  Iity and Nanaimo.      He    is   about     It is scarcely     u year  8 or ,19 years of ago,and is t life < son  arrs." Muncie   and  family  f Mrs.    Tho*?.  Muncie,   who   Is  resident of Banlf.   '   -  It ewill( lie exactly''five  years  iaturday  next,    August'  11th.   suiiv home will "be* heard wilh']sorrow    h>  boy's falher,   the"-late    ���������������������������-���������"��������� . ���������     .- '.   ~   '   .  ago     since  moved     n-  from   Ladysmith     to   take     up  residence    in   Alberta,' and   tho  "on  affliction '* which    hno      visited   them-  now +way  their  Michael' their many friends'  COMMITS SUICIDE  AFrER DISPUTE  WITH HUSBAND  Seattle, Aug. 9.���������Ella J. Muldoon  committed suicide at thc home of  O. il. Copper, an expressman living  on the borders of Oeoigetown, last  night about 8 o'clock. The woman  swallowed, it is estimated, about  half an ounce of caibolic acid, tlucvv  the empty bottle In the closet of thc  bedioorn and then lay down on the  bed hy thc side of her little boy.  She died forty minutes later, befoie  medical help had arrived.  It is supposed that domestic trouble is indirectly the cause of her act  last evening. , According to the story,  leported to Coioner F. M. Carroll  last evening, she had come up to  their home oil Vancouver st., George  town,, apparently in a pcnnitent inood  jand had asked Cooper if he did   not  FE4THERST0KE -  IS TAKEN  TO  This morning Rohei t Stiles Feather  10 PROTECT THE  HONOR Of THE  UNITED STATES  New York, Aug. !>.���������That the honor  SEE THE  '    KU'S HOUSE  -���������������*-  stone,  the man accused of thc   mm--jot  the United States is of moie im-  jioi lance than  the punishment of  million ciiminal.s  was the statement '  made hy  Judge Hough, of   the Unit- '  Montreal.   Aug.   8���������A special cable  from London says:    Tho Three Indian  who  tho  der    oi    Miss    Dal I on,      was  taken  through   Ladysmith on lus way    to  Victoria jail,    where he will    await  the assizes  in Nanaimo,   which open ."  on the' 18th of October. ���������������'������ States cucuit court here    to-day   .  .,���������... , ��������� n     .   .       , , m London the gieat,   where  If I* eat hers tone realizes .the    sci- 'in  the habeas1 corpus pioceedings in-,  lousness of his position, he does not Luuled on behuU ol Chailes Uiownc i'vlsitors ftre b>' n������ means "Mommou.  give any outward appearance of it urowno v.as loimeiiy employed in tne Thcy have calIcd on the agent-gen-  This moining he was as talkative as i custom* service in uns city and was eral of British Columbia and on  a small boy bound for a picnic, aud ''exuaeiued m Canada and taken '  chiefs from Biitish Columbia,  have come io London to see  King are attracting attention    even  uniquo  WAKES KEEP  OFF BURGLARS  BURGLAR IN  ��������� l  CUSTODY  the fact that a large number of people congregated on the platfoim at  the station gazing tluough thc window at him, seemed rather to amuse  than to annoy lum.  Aftei watching, them foi- sometime  I<'eatherstone turned to Provincial  Olhcer Cassidy, who was sitting   in  .-sing  Sing    pnson to    begin a    two  yeais' leimioi conspiracy t<j defiauif  to, Lord StrathCttiia, and through    them  introduction's   have been secured    to  ,officials   of the department   ol   state  love hei.    She was told to   go   and   the,  S<?at ,,el,i1n|l-hiin- il"(I ?aid:    "1  "'  '--    ' ' 'tree, whereupon 'T^��������� W?"Wf' g������ lout "T    a,1,i  '11   Un     m���������      f    -    *'ake   "1*   a   cOlleCtlOIl   llOIll   tllOSC   peO  ii ue    sorry iol   ���������,���������     ���������,,    ..  , j?     _      ..,   .,  a  Vou'  New York.���������Wellington Wells, a re-  red broker of No. 33!)8 Third" Avc-  |ic,  therB������onx,  is a    snake faddist,  makes no difference what kind  of  snake it is,- Wells wants it  in his  Election.    He is the owner now,,of.  Chicago.���������Ernest Clink, thc 0 year  old burglar, who was caught in thy  act of lobbing ihe cash register' m  the stoic of Wcinsteiu & Giecnburg,  2()S Hoi th, Sixteenth street, which he*  says his fatliei made lum rob, -,: was  comnmtted to tire detention school  jSatuiIlay by Judge Estelle of the'ju^  Chaiges  that    George  lout three   hundied 'live specimens rVeiiiJe court  I [ells'    house, has been a mark  'for'JV.  Clark, the father of the boy was  Lusebreakers.'      It got to a ���������point   "'.sponsible loi "the cume have    been<  ���������, ���������-       ...    .     .,     ,.,    '    .   niaele and will  be investigated hefmv  taeie Wells and his family.did    not . . -     iv - "WW"M'U neioic  * '  . the case is finally disposed of.���������(Jhi-  aye    the   house   for two or three '0agO News*,  eeks " at ^a-   time...  Wednesday, last  ought Wells ananvitation for hiin-'  elf-and family toigo to ,Coney .island  i A^little whilcTatei airid^suddei.: \.&������ A, '"K'������S->noiwe'rJiveilfMi--Tny  ,    . ���������  -.        ,-..   .        other's libraiy," said Dr. Jas. .Weir-  'came  lo him.    He slapped his legs I o[ o..-hnr.      .<n- ,.���������'--   ---'-.,    '  ir    -        i. -iul ������-*vvciiDoro.       it was my privilege  .,    MOUSE SANG  LIKE BIRD. * *  -Kansas. City; Mo.���������'Several /years.  glee.. Mrs. Wells wanted to know  hat was (he matter with him, but  11 he  would say was:   "You get rea-  y for  Coney and never mind mod  le burglais."  When Mrs,  Wells presented  herself  her  best bib  aiul tucker she was  I to    go out on the front   stoop  ith the youngsters and wait for hei  usband.     In a few minutes he   cm-  rged shaking with laughter.  "There's a lii tie coral in your jew-  1 box just ripe for stinging.   I "put  rattler around the newel post    in  lie hall and anothei tattler in     my  |.uit case, and out in the kitchen   is  lie giandpa of all the pythons. Now  f any burglais come, there is a.  le-  eption for ttiem^   Let them lay on."  'hursday evening.    A" note was pin-  The burglars visited the Wells' home  |.ed on the fiont     iloor casing.     It  cad: < , i  "Not -for ours.    You came mighty  |iear stinging us, though."���������World.  ���������   ��������� ��������� ��������� o   BELGIANS STAND BY KINO  London.���������The   attack    upon     King  eopold and    the Congo administra-  ion  niaele by  M.  Vandervelde.     So-  ialist member of llie'Belgian     par*  iamenl, iu a  public meeting in Lon-  on  a    few     (lays    ;igo,   has caused  ;;reat indignation  among  the :   other  (Belgians '-who. are -attending the inter  parliamentary conference here.    T'hat  the   attitude    of -the Belgian -parlia-  jnicnt toward, the  Congo is of   especial importance at the present   time  lis a  fact to which Sir Edward Grey  [drew .particular    attention     in  the  house of commons recently, and    tho  Herald's    correspondent  took advaii-,  tage of the   presence in London    of  several  influential- members :'���������'of     the  Belgian parliament to ascertain theie  sentiments    on the. Congo  question.  They all     hastened   to disavolw  the  views which M.  Vandervelde had expressed.  myw privjlege  to hcai this little miisicia7i~oh~ seveial occasion^. ' My l.ithci was in tin*  habit of taking lunch about eleven  o'clock at' night, and he ,would invariably -tlnovv the ciumbs to his tiny  visitoi. Shortly beloic lunch tunu  the mouse would jnalflc its appe.u-  uncc, and sittingjCiect on its haunches, begin its tunetul little song.  "it's song, iu limine, bote some  lesemblance to that ot a canary.  Theie weie, liowcvei, no cadenzas,  though 1 noticed passages in which  theie weie both ascending and descending scales of four notes. " There  was also considerable trilling, which  made the song more badlike iu chai-  actei."���������Dctioit News.  sit down under  she    replied,  this."'  'I hen it was. leported she went into  the" house. The husband is related  'to have been \ talking to a neighbor  when he hcaid^ a noise inside, and,  recalling previous thicats' made hy  the woman, said: l  'Theie, 1 suppose she's killed her-  sell." '     '  Entering the house he found the wo  man,lying on the,bed by the side  oL the boy.'' Neighbors did what  they could in the way of adrainis  teuug antidotes,, but their efforts  were unsuccessful and by the time  the physicians arrived she was dead.  al-  that was that he had not been  lowed to bring his pipe along.  The prisoner was in charge of Constables Stephenson and Trawford  -hat |  ^       ���������  ,mM"   COAL MINERS GO       '    "  TO  CONTROLLER  HAY  When  the Santa  Claia sailed     for  Alaska yesterday motning, from   So-  of Mrs. Cooper, she had confided   to'.^ ^-������-���������-- workmen *������������ ^  inc govcruuieat.  William K. Olcott, of counsel for (for the colonies. The chiefs have  Jiiownc,^ denounced the actionrot tne been given automobile rides all over  lodeial authorities in extiaditing the city and have been 'shown all  Uiowne ioi one oiiense and mcaicer the points ol interest. Two of the  ating lum loi anothei, as a trick be-'chiefs, Basil and Tsimplyst, are tac-  neain the dignity ot the government 'iturn, but Chief Joe Capilano  ot tins couulL-y and in- violation oi 'jceeps everyone amused by his  thc  treaty  with  Canada. 'quaint    expressions,   and   his     great  In  taking  thc papcis  in  this   case '   BBUmptioll of d,gni(y.   Whenever any  and  lesciving decision,   Judge Hough *u- , .,   J   , ,.:,'.  ,   , ���������     ���������        ,    b~**uut������" thing is so id that he understands he  commented on the Rait seller decision ... ._    ,   . .   .  much composure as though hc     wan ln  thc e|aled states s       m(J   C0Ult throws .back h.s head and repeats ,n  travelling with a dime museum, and ���������, wl,lth the co���������tentloIls now ad. ,th������ natno tongue tG the other two,  was being paid foi being looked at, vaiice(, m bdlal������ o[ Bl.mvtie wewup.,who punctuate his speeches by  He seemed to have only one objee- 'held <lI|d lt waf. ,��������� this connection strange S"ttur0l remarks. So far  tion    to-   lusiiide  to  Victoria,    and *lhl(   ho  ���������������������������,,���������  nt  +ll���������   ,,nnA,.  nt     thfl   Chief   Joe hasinot called on the    in-  pie, and credit me with the amount  taken." Turning again to the window, he regarded' the crowd Willi   as  'that he spoke ot thc  honor of  ' United States    being of more impor- | terpreter to do puch  work.       They  lance than the conviction of cnmin-   h&ve  "o1- vet secn lhe k,nS'' of course  als. because -his Majesty   is, nnfortunate-  iirowne was convicted    of couspii- fly at Marienbad, but they have seen  ing   to  deflaud  the government   and   Buckingham Palace,  and  Chief     Joe ,  .sentenced    to    two years in  piison. 'expressed the opinion that it  is      a  lie jumped a $1^,000 bail and fled to   fine house       hcther they will     wait  Neighbors of the woman state that   ,l4H���������   ������.,������������������������������������   ���������,,       ,  although  she  went "under the. "name   ^^ SUe Cacricd a  ,alge 1,art>'  I'ed by a big Eastern con-  them that theie had  been a divorce. '  T  5 oi  /-yeais old.    The woman    her  tscU was about.* years,o������d^--  ,, .sUlfei,-ntbildent aild wiJi femalll ,n u;  .1 he bony was taken to the Seattle  coimt     UBt|| Decemhel.    Those  ^  undeitaking-parlois and Coroner Car-   have  Wmation     as  to what the  roil notified.    He will hold a further  They had  'two children, boys "about '��������� ^ *������  1������ S������'"? heaTy. dcvelopirient  S-oi 7--yeais old.    The'woman    he"'   Z" ^t,uVT   ^"'1 ^f"  ,   *y.-.,   l"e. P*1^' lb mchaige of.  investigation today, but stated last  night that he was satisfied that the  case was one of suicide.  GIRL ROBINSON CRUSOE  ALuscillcs.���������At  Maiseillcs  there te-  cently     landed    Liela Ponquet,   who  hud just passed tluough  thc most :c  mailiable cqiei iciice     that    probably  HAS NO  EXISTENCE  Los Angeles. Aug.iU.���������W. 1<\ Wheat}  ley, vice picsident ot thc Consolidated ijiiinliei Company ol this city,  wliicli is a di&tiibutiug branch ot  the St. Paul and T.ieoiua Lumber  t'Oiiipany, today gave out an iiuei-  vicw, denying that there is any such  organization as the "lumber trust''  on Uie Pacific Coast.  Mr. Wheat ley . is quoted as saying  that the tunnel owners contiol tlie  puecs. Tlicic aie othei causes, also,  lie .said;  including    thc    union   labor  company has in sight declare that  the futuie ot that section as a coal  producing countiy is assuied.  Canada. Extradition was refused on  chaige, but he finally was extradited  on an amended charge of being a fugitive from justice.  Madrid,  Aug.    8.���������Tho official     ia-  till the king returns or leave the ad  dress to be giivon him is not decided, but as I hey aro having the  time of their lives t,ney will probably wait. Thcy say tbat thay are  anxious   to  tell  the king  that   th������v  qiura   made   by the   naval authorities'^vo heard that he is  a very     good  CAUSED BY  EARTHQUAKE  Vancouvei, Aug. U.���������The blood-ied  blotclies that crimsoned the waters  oh tlie noilhvvest coast of \ ancou-  ver island, last fcsattuday, lia-ws now  disappeared, accoiumg to iiitoLimi-  tiou Diougm to the city by Uic crew  oi the Canadian l*'ish company's stca-  inei Celestial Einpiie, whicli ainvcd  in poit today  with a caigo ot IHO,  into the wrec,k *of the Siro seriously  inculpates ihe captain and crew ol  lhe steamer for saving themselves  first, abandoning the vessel, and al  so causing a panic. The enquiry  rs cvpected ro lead to severe- action on the part of the authorities  against those who were responsible  lor Ihe disaster,  ��������� o ���������  SENTENCED  TO HANG  man and   to tell   him how they love  ti������e memory of his mother.    -   o   MAKER OF  MODERN EGYPT  -���������+++   Lord Cromer, Britain's represent*"  tive in Egypt and virtually the  ruler of the country, is one of the  empire's greatest proconsuls, and ho  will   go down in history   as the mak  , er   of   modern    Egypt.     The  British  Stockton,  Cal.,  Aug.  il.-Mis.  Em- lpeoplo llavo   absblute confidence     ia  ma Lc Doux' was this morning   sen- \tlim    and  tenced to be hanged Octobei ID next 1.  they   are   amply    justified  ou her conviction of the murder    of  Albert N.  AlcVicai.     Her attorneys  eveL icli to the lot of a pretty young 'diliicultics,    at    the pnncipal   ports  ,r..i      r.      / . 'Mi;  Wliealley ailnntted, according to  the inleiwew that tho St. Paul ������ic  'iaconia Lunibei Company was the  jiuucipal owner ot timuei lands iu  tne Puget Sound country, but stated  that lhe company was cutting very  little of its timber at this time, lt  was buying, hc bind, fiom small  holders. - -.-.-;'  Tlie present price of  12-inch   Ore.  gon pine boards in this city   is    for  whore she was 'the clear $11 and for the rough   $2$.  gul. For /nleen months she has In  ed upon a deseit island in the middle of the Indian ocean, on which  she was cast away, thiowii upon hei  own resouiccs, lorccd to hnd hei  own tood and build her own shelter,  and living a lite whose exigencies almost sin pass lhe expeiienccs ot 1-J0-  bfnsoii:'..".Crusoe. "-Kiiuilly she vvas  |-l'oiiiid by the sailors of liic British  tindiiig sclioonei: and carried by them  to iNevv Caledonia  jiljici'il   in 'chiirgc  of  0U0 pountis oi halibut. Tue stcamei I I'tesented alhdavits lutended to im-,  saiieil sou Hi tluough the same wa-Jl)Cilch the character of Juror Kitter,  tcrs it traversed on its way down imt -Ju,l&e ^utlei deemed them in-  Mbt Saturday, and now none ot the Jsulhcicnt as a basis for the motion  blotches that -reddened  the surface of  be  -who secured     hei���������  passage '  i\lai sci lies.���������Ha! tiniorc- Sim.  IV.ICli  the water for. miles round  is  to  seen.. v--y .".. .;���������������������������, ��������� ,  The real cause of thc mystery has  not been asccitained with accuracy,  but the theoiy oi the ouiccis ot tnu  steamer viitli regard lo lhc event is  eminently reasonable. The olliccrs  ascribe this queer nuinileslatiuu ol  the mysteries oi the deep to submucous action���������to some submarine uphea  val that, threw the curious vegetable  formations on the tlooi: of the ocean  to     the    unfamiliar . surface.       Full  ...,,       , -*c luice WiiisJ'many a fathom  down    plant, growth  to tfor. the clear $2.1 .and for thc    rough '  $18.50.  l-'iencli   ollicials, I In OctobcriOf last year  CROW'S NEST COAL  '.Air.   Sum  Hughes,'ALP.*    who  AN   ARMLESS  POSTMASTER  Auckland,   N.Z.���������New  Zealand   can  tour in  the  west by   a 'boast  of a  postmaster  who,   for  all  iu   Winnipeg,   intends .remaining.'.practical purposes,  is armless.     Ow-  FASHIONABLE DOGS  HAVE APPENDICITIS  Philadelphia.���������The quicker yoiir dog  can develop a case'.of appendicitis the  quicker will your neighbors be to acknowledge that he belongs to the fashionable canine set. If he has a  faraway look in his eyes, or whines  continually, or refuses to eat, or,  most important of all, if he limps  in his right hind leg, he has it, all  right. The symptoms mentioned are  those given hy a prominent, vegetarian. Paratus, the mascot of the torpedo boat Hopkins, which is now lying at League island, is the first  :Iog in this city, who will go undei-  [,he knife to have its appendix removed.���������New York World.  teriiiiiialeil  Hall  over the week, and will lake his departure on Monday. Speaking to a  reporter ^yuslenkiy,'��������� , lie mentioned  that he had been "looking up" a  coal proposition in the Crow's Nest  Pass. ���������'������������������'.- i  "1 was up in. the Verjnillion, too.  I have some land there, and'a number of gentlemen ' were viewing it  preparatory to buying, I have been  to Edmonton and Calgary, and  along the Canadian Northern. Thcrei  arc any number of- peopleTcoming im"  "Crow's Nest, is booming;  the land  on this side  of it is settling up.  "Crops    are    looking well     everywhere."  i  HIS GREAT DISCOVERY.  IIix���������I'dem't believe half our rich  men know when they are well off.  Di.v���������Where did you get  that idea?  liis���������A I, the courthouse. I was  down there this morning looking  over the tax lists.  ing  to    a  physical  deformity    which  renders his    arms useless he is    obliged to, and actually does all  clerical work of  his office with  iect. .'.,.'''������������������  His mime is Mr. Ernest C. Moon,  and he is in charge of the post oftico  at To TJku, Auckland. He uses an  indelible pencil iu his official work,  with which he writes clearly and legibly. He is 37-years of age, and  has been in charge of the post ollico  at To Uku for the past eleven years  The official reports of the inspectors  of the Now Zealand Postal Department show that Mr. Moon has given  every satisfaction in the discharge oi  his duties. He makes out money  orders, postal notes, and the periodica! official statements by using his  feet. In the same way he applies  the date stamps to letters with wonderful rapidity. Mr. Moon can also  use a hammer, saw and other carpenters' tools with his feet.  is deep and dense, and when cast  violently to the surface, it spreads  to great; dimensions, covering tho  surface of the set for miles around.  There is no doubt that the forces  which thus disintegrate the occanbeei  are "the cause of the wreck of many  a ship that sails away .nil is never-  heard     of  again.  for a  new trial.  The convicted -.woman heard her  sentence with calmness. There was  neither fear nor defiance iu the expression of her face as she heard  her doom, pronounced. The case will  be appealed.   o   PLANS BIG DEMONSTRATION  Vancouver, Aug. 8���������Tbo Labor men  iu charge, of the big Labor Day celebration oil September ii, announce  lhat        ou  a     conservative  estimate  ! there will bo ten thousand persons in |ditions   in   Egypt  iho cit,y  for  tho demonstration,  vices   ii'roiu. those in charge  in  in'.this "-..by the splendid record of  progress made in the Khedive's domains under the wise, far-seeing  aaid humano policy of this great administrator. Lord Cromer was bora  on February 26, 1841, at, Cromer  Hall, Norfolk, . En-gland. Hc entered the pnblic service in 1861 and  filleel a number of important positions with great ability, being appointed to the position of Agent  and Consul-Geneml in Egypt in  1883, and there ho has served his  /country ever since. Hc lias been married twice, once in 1876 to Miss.  Stanley Errington, w,ho died in  1898, and, secondly, to Lady Catherine Thyne, Daughter of the Marquis-ef Bath. Lady Cromer is Just  recovering from an attack of measles, which developed during a short  visit paid to England. She vvas accompanied by Lord Cromer, but con  necessitated      his  This   subaeiiieous  the'piaut-life,     when in the   vater  i-s   as  bisjled  as  blood,   but  when  exposed    to  the air it assumed a greenish hue.   o   NO BODIES RECOVERED.  Yesterday went.  l>y   wtinout  tho elis  eovery  of any of  ehw    bodies of     the  victims  of      lhe  wreck of  the     little  tug  Chehalis,      which oeeunvd'     two  Ad-  Lordship's  return    to   Cairo     a    few  Vic-   days  after he'landed  at Falmouth.  toria and Nanaimo are that the pre  pai'alions are going on apace, and  tho prospects for big excursions are  excellent.  Tiro matter of thc New Westminster  Maple Leaf lacrosse match and con-  (Uct of elates was dismissed, but tbo  committee hael receiS'ed no communication, from the lacrosse people, and  while it regrets ��������� the fact that the  dates conflict, it will make an effort  to secure an intermediate game, probably between Westminster and Van-  weeks    ago   lust   Saturday,       Many  people yesterday engaged  ii-  a     bunt Jcouver    teams,    for   the    deinonstra.  for   the    bodies,   some   scouring     tbe j tion.  shores of tbo inlet,  while others went j    The programme ia very  similar    to  outside  and  looked  over  the beaches j Cmt of last year  with the exception  lying       between       tho Capilano and  Point Atkinson.  Last week all .attempts to locate  Iho hull of the Chehalis were abandoned, the searchers .having arrived  nt the conclusion that, circiiuistanccs  were such that they might hunt for  a 3rear  without success.  unfortunately, of lhe big street par  atle. The short notice on which everything h,ns boon done lias made a  Parade impossible- Two -hands havo.  been engaged, and they w.ill parade  the streets all morning. In the after  noon they will take up their places-  at Eecreation Park.  The recent murder of n. British officer by some Egyptians, the trial  and execution of the ringleaders,  witih mi'n,or punishments for tho abettors of the crime, have been all  widely discussed in Britain, and it  was M answer to some criticisms  in the House of Commons that Sir  Edward Grey, replying for the Gov  eminent and tho display of Britain's  power were absolutely niecessavy ��������� if  further serious outbreaks of Moslem  fanaticism were to be avoided. Ho  was able to assure the House that  absolute impartiality had been  shown by the tribunal which heard  the charges against the accused Egyptians. He further assured tho  house that a rigid investigation  would be made to satisfy the British public that the officers and sol'  diers of the Imperial garrison were  everywhere doing their duty, and  were not in any way to blame for  tha   outrage. \ zxass&iz^  rri -v-jkk���������/s  "!S-*V-OW *jf~W- r"**   -*^J"K:  ft*  i.,,if  I  P  P'  r  f  a-.  I  THE LADFSMITH DAILY LEDGER  i- '   \-iSL  I/Jj ���������*/  &���������>.  IHE DAILY LEDGER  Pu jliahctf   every   day   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  THE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One  Year  (in advance)  J.   $5.00  One Month  _ ... ~-  50 cents  THURSDAY  Aug,   9,  100G  A FORM Kit MINI ST lilt.  over $50 at 138 pounds weight. I  have, not heard ��������� from him on  this proposition. 1 a,*n anxious to  meet this man Johnson on the mat,  and will endeavor io show him. that  ho does not know so much about  the wrestling game as (he tries to  make the people believe. He has  done'a great deal of talking lately  that-J. was afraid to meet him, ctci.  and I intend lo g'rv o him, a chance  i ii-make good his bluff. If Mr.  Joluison means business, let hiin cov  er my forfeit, and wc will quickly  arrange the details of 1hc match."  Tho,   forfeit    which   Mr  guiding    hght  pure  and  bright   and  easily in Thy forgiveness. <   Not   -to  horizon.  Newell  posted will si and good until Seplem  ber "I. Thu sporting'editor of Tke  ProMiiie vi ill be pleased lo hear Irom  Mr. .Johnson in tbo matter.  William ./.  Shurring,  Iho   Mnralboii  Jiuro,   the ileet-fooled   Hamilton run-  (Associated Pi ess)  Paris, Aug. 8���������Theodoio Ilou.s-  tan, who was a French Minister c.lt  Washington previous to the elevation of thc legation to iho rank of  ���������an,   embassy   died today.  MURDOCK   IS  A FT IOR  JOHNSON  "The  Vancouver Province says    that 'nur  who made  iho    world's  greatest  .VV.   C.   Murdoek   of   Vancouver,    who j athletes look-like   Stdling-platers     in  claims Wie  wrestling cnainpionsliip of the bisroric  contest  at  Allium-,    will  British Columbia at 17.S pound-, an jjirobubl.v   be   scon   in   act ion   in   V-an-  bas   never   been   defeated     at       tha Jioiiver   next monlh.     'Hie man    who  weight,  is  anxious   to make a mat.faj came,  in ,miles ahead    of  t.hc  woikl's  with some good  man.    He prefers  C ;most    noted   distance i miners     cither  meet'Mr.   Johnson  of  Nanaimo,      a'will   take pnri       tu a. long-distance  well known wrestler of that city, and race   there    or appear  iu  an exhibi-  who is said  at various   times   lately) tion event  in which ho will endeavor  to have asserted  that Mr.   Murdoch to lower the Canadian record for Vive  was   about   as easy a proposition ft   miles.  he would like   to  go up  against,  or, ��������� "���������"   words   to  that effect.   Mr.   Murdoek!* SAINTS.  high above    the  D wight I-lillis.  The lace is nude by its morning piayer and by its morning look  out of windows which open upoi,  heaven.���������Joseph Parker.  dense us fiom folly and self seek-,  ing,  and let us draw back   Irorn  no  expeiience  that shall  be needful   for  Thy purposes oi help  among us.���������1^  aac 0. Rankin.     ' ,^  Love does not aim simply at    the  conscious good  of the beloved object,  lt is not satisfied  with perfect   loyalty of heart,     lt aims at its    own  Murdoek co,11ldcfeness.���������Romola.  It is  the pait of  wisdom to spend  little of youi   time upon the   things r o  th.it vex and anger you and .much ol  your< tune upon the things that  bring you (juiciness and confidence  and good cheer.���������Henry Van  Dyke.  heard, of   the way in which Johnson.  It takes all of the   sun to make a  was sizing him up, and this morn- Phml and a11 of Christ lo make a  ing he appeared before the sporting salnt- ������,ou6h ������,0,su������ niak(-s rC������unt'  editor of The Province and  unloaded les* myriads oi   pants   and    Christ  vvn-i l.-nfi       r\1       r>o inlc l '���������!  himself   of a certified cheque   as     a  Jorfeit  that he means business  in his  challenge   to Mr.  Johnson. lie     also'  took   the   opportunity    to   make.     a'  makes  of saints    "a  multitude that  no man  could number " '  PRAYER  TO GAIN  THE FINAL VICTORY  God of all -patience, help me, I  j)ray Thee, to be patient with myself. When temptations conquer me,  again anil .ig.un, maintain my courage and confidence, When soirows  gathei quickly around mc be Thou  my abiding sunshine, Endow mo  with Thy perseverance. May 1 never  abandon myself while Thou dost not  abandon me. May 1 rise undismayed from creiv fall, rising into Thy  loving outstretched arms. Not to  grow carelessly  secuie,  lesting '  too  "MAKE HAY WHILE  THE SUN'SHINF.S."  There is a Lesson in the woik of  the thrifty farmer. He knows that  tho bright sunshine may last hut a  day and he prepares for the showers  which arc so liable to follow. So  it should be with every household.  Dysentery, diarrhoes and cliolera'l'mor-.  bus may attack some of the meni-j  bers of the home without warning.  Chamlifcilain's    Colic,    Cholera--  and  become deadened against sin,  forgetful' how Thou dost hate it,  but only  l  t'o have sticiiftth to fight, only to get -  on my feet again, and yet again and  ahvavs again, fill in Thy st length  and'by 'Iliy ffiaee the final victory  comes. This I ask for Jesus,', sake.  ,\nicn.���������Gilbert Fairchiln.   Try CaplHl and Nugget Cigars  Esquimau   & Nanaims Railway  i1"  STEAMSHIP SGHEDUL  ':   -   EFFECTIV E JULY, 18.'  '  "'or a cool, refreshing���������  B A  H  Ourin's:'the Summer  Months Call on  1H0MAS LEWIS  shaving Parlors,  etc.,'    High  Street  GEMS IN BRIEF  ���������  Me who carries a cup of cold   wa-  few remarks  regarding Mr.  Johnson. ler to  a thirsty world  finds his way  Said Mr. Murdoek: 'leading beside the still waters.���������Hen-  "Not  very long ago Johnson triad rv p.  Cope,  lo get a match with Wilgrcs-, of tin- |    The most gladsome  thing  in     the  city at 15S pounds, but t,his event world is that few of us fall very low ! Diaiihoea Remedy, which is thc best  did not materialize, as satisfactory the saddest that, with such cnpahili. 'Known 'remedy for these'.diseases,  arrangements   could not be made and ties,   we    seldom    rise, very  high.��������� ���������,should always     be kept at hand, ns  immediate treatment is necessary,  and delay may prove/fatal. -For sale  by Ladysmith Pharmacy. '    "  l  sti:am  heated  I'URNISHeu  ROOMS  the men    could   not get   together,   t  Barric.  understood    that Johnson had     said'    Cherish ideals as the traveler cher-  certain  things about a matin     with ished  the north star, and keep     tho  me,    so  I    went   to   Nanaimo       and  1 '-icd    to personally  arrange amatcb  cw ith  him  but  he'  side-stepped       the  lhalleage by   saying   that lie     would  wrestle me   at 155 pounds,  a weight  which  he  well  knows   that   I -would  not make.     I told him that 1 would  meet  him  at   any   time  before     any  club outside     Nanaimo  for any purse  HAR SOri'MKD WITH BR"- T  WINKS, LIQUORS, CIO<\IIS  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  A.J. McMUR't'kiS, Proprietor  Newly fitted up aud  Furnished  LADYSMITH,   . C  Good tables and good  Rooms  This  Hotel  has,, been completely       renovated.  Board aid iodgiig $1.00 per day.  HOTEL    PRETORIH  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar Suppliej  with  the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Liquuis and Cigars. ;j������ , ,.  ��������� *"~   *���������������'    ���������>���������������  ess Work  i-:c,Ji   ��������� .-,  Order.-,  111 s -s ���������  Valu  ator!   Bark  fof sale.  i i I  See J.   KEMP, or   leave  i  FIRST AVLNHE  .���������-.1  W. CARTER,  A   Great   Boot  for Prospectors  They are all leather, and  .made to stand strenuous usage in mine or forest.  Li 17. Men's Tan Chip  ptwan Veal Kip Prospectors'  Boots  inch bluclicr cut, with  h     full  bellows   tongue   to  (.- tip; have double silver eyelets and stud hoots; double  sole and slip; slaiuliird screw  fastened; slugged nr.iiind the  forepart and heel. A com-  fortable as well as n durable  hoot.  Aek for them :it your T>cnlcra  PHONE      6-0  P   VOU   WANT   AOOOO-  *M   ��������� 551  I Class   Meal  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALW4VS OPEN FIRST  AVENUE.  .������..(������..{������...>..������. * ������  First Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  'WOOD'AND' UAliK  FOR SALE   AND    DELIVERED.  ���������/ ;���������-..:., .EXPRE   SS WORK.  ti  DAV  1 r^  1 Lj  M  Pf-iONE 66  LADYSMITH  ..t..o..g..������..������..*..*..������..4..y..#..���������������a..0..#..  ..0>>*..*"C"  ���������#���������������.. c->o-a~<>"0'O  _  J.LECKIE8  :.V4NG0UVEP,  B,C  msssms^  -NOTICE-  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  (.'onsumers are  requested to call at   the office     on Roberts   Street  onlay Water     Hates, between the 10th    and the 25th of each month.  ,( Officii Haura J P.!M. 4.30' -  . ���������    T, J BLANDfe  SUPERINTENDENT.  -^i.^.. *A^W-^-"^-VS.-%.-^.-%^-1k--������.-%.-^.-^. ���������%.-������������ Ik ^K.^%.-%.^.-^.-%.-%.-9t,-&^.-^.^b.1  Union-made Capital & Nugget Cigars  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO., LTD-'.[  G-entlemcn���������In June '98, I had   my.j  'hand and    wrist bitten    and   badly I  mangled by a vicious horse.    I.  suffered greatly for several days and the, j  .tooth cuts refused to heal until your i  agent gave a  bottle    of MINARD'S  LINIMENT,     which     I. began using.  The effect was magical; in five   hours  the 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. HOY,  ���������Carriage Maker.  "St. Antoinc, P.O. j.  , WM.  M'UNSIE,  President    J. W.  COBURN,  Telephane 4-t.  Managing Director.  e Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd,  *a  MILLS   AT   F1DDICK   AMD   LADYSMITH-.!"  '5EJH frag Set������ ci ISpecisilty]  MANUFACTl RERS OF   Ko'uvSi aixl Or<iSK{'.tl VXv and Ocdtti' Lumbers  T(WM  "i.*^  LATHS,  ,cTTrvr;;.i-:s,  MO ULDINGS,      ETC.,     of    the  BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  -��������� ���������*���������*  /        FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  Undct'^Newl Mm'aansent  HOTEL WILSON  Jus. R. 'fc'cK������nnell, Prop.  NANAI8V1Q     *  Commercial'Mens'  headjaarters.  '  Modern  and     Stnctly  First  Clnis  Fire 1'rool    I'.ulhllifr.  L f  ��������� WI ill!    HHIll'WK l������nilliill ���������l>l*a|^.^  HOTEL  DOMINION-  f    ��������� ihui 13.1) ,jjr> amliii .50 ������������������; ;*   .  Fro to all et'uamh'.at   landinprn' and  railway depots. Eleelr-.cJ-flii* ovevy ti'-.f.  miniitea to ill,ports til' the city. * Bai  nnd table,unexcelled,  F. BAYNtfS, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER ' B, 0.  [THE JONES HOTEL  S. S. JO  ,Sails from Ladvsmith for Vancouver every-Tuerd\y'at C o'clock a.m.  Sails' from  Vancouver foi- Ladysmith every   Monday   and    Tuesday, at  1:30 p.  in.  Geo, L,. Courtney,  '   District Pa.sscngcr Agent  5S Government St., Victoria, U.C.        "      ��������� ;  , WHITE   COOK-���������  and . ,  ���������whith LAnoR���������:  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.), "  OATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  Besi accommodation for transient  \nd permanent boarders and lodgers:  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been coinfort-  a'dy furnished and the bar is up-to-  d������te Hates-11.00 a day , and ������p-  w\rds. -        \  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop. ;  H?������la������ai������ :������!������������������: :������-': :>������������: '���������-���������*: LidyeaiUih  ,   .   IT DEFIES  COMPETITION  WATSON'S  tfmm  .Ticket and  Freight .Office,  75  ,   , Government Street.  2, T anscdntinenta!  .       Trains Daily,  ��������� - The New Train  .O-liZ   NTAL LIMITED  The Train of  "'Ease,   Elegance,   Excellence..  Every  mile  a  picture,    and  jib' spoke to spoil "the   view.  ''Through _ Compartment,   Observation and ��������� Pullman  Sleepers; r also    Through    Tourist,  Cars' to Cjhicago.  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty L -  , Union    Terminals   with   all  . Steamer lines.  5 Berth  reservations  by  wire!  ...,Great Northern S.S. Co. .'  FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota -and Dakota, sail from Seattle., .for. Japan;, anil China ports at.,fre-  o/,uenr. dates. . Exact- sailing  dates can be secured - upon ap-  . plication to any Great Northern representative......  SVG.  YERKES,    .     -  --. -A.G.P.A...Seattle, .Wash.  E.  R. STEPHEN,:.   -       .  ��������� Gen:-Agent, Victoria, B.C.  i  NURSERIES, & SEED HOUSES  Large Stock of Homegrown  ff- Fruit' and  Oi namcnlal 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 Speds in season.  Bea Supplies, Spray Pumps  Ma?e Git Soap, Greenhouse  Plants, Giit Flowers, Buibs  For Fall Planting":  We do business on our own  ^. jiomuls���������no,rent lo pay and  _are    prepared    to meet   all  cqmpct'tio'i.'   ���������  ^Let me price your list be-.  fore'placing your order.  }]1Catalogue Free.  1  M. J. HENRY,  3oio Westminster Road  VANCOUVER  DUNDEE-  Fletcher Brtft;  ,    , ��������� ..Dealers In .;..  Pianos   & Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  1 Plumbing and Tinsmittiing  , DONE AT  Reasonable Prices  . By      '  J. ANDERSON  - Leave orders  at t'eterson's  Purn -  ture Store, or telephone No 58.  ^���������M"*****^'***^  ���������*  ���������*  ���������?���������  ���������*  -i������  ���������J4  THE, TYEE COPPER CO, Ltd.  I PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting "Works &t  LADYSMITH,   B. C.  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION. . CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  Vancouver Island, B. C. Genera! Manager.  ^.4.4,4.f.f.4.4..f..I.4..f.^I.^..I.4.4..}.4.4 ji^.^..|.^..f..f.|.^.^.^..j,.{..j..|,.|,.j.^���������j,^..j..j,^.>j,++  *  +  *  +  *  *  *  *  ������������������������'������������������������������������#'���������.  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. 0. Box 42.  ������������������������������"���������.���������������������������.���������..���������..���������������������������������������������.*..  ���������'������..������..������..������..������..������..������..  ���������������������������������������������������<���������������������������������������������.���������.>������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������"������������������.������������������������������������<���������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������.������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������. >..������������������.���������������������������  THe eITY MHRK6T  R. Williattison Prop  tst. Avenue Ladysmith B C  PAINTING.'.: AND';-PAPER-HANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done ���������     8.  ���������....:-..���������.:......:.v::....-.:.:,;.���������,;,.u..,?. Orders  promptly Execut e  RQEDDING ..-..-" - - ���������   LADYSJV1I  Scotlands Best.  Sole    Agents for B. C  LADVSMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOV-  ED PROMPTLY A   ND SAFELY.  Stabled In the rear of the Latf ysmith hotel.     Leave orders at   the  ��������� Abbots ford  ���������    ) /  A. J. WASKETT PROP.  i, A 4-+-H-+-H-+-������'*'m+++^++-^^  -I u!&w*e*iBf&mite*wt������vKHB%iS?tr.  ZE������AianW~'Z*r-*.*i!������**l*u!*m*i*.,nl~*+nr!*eir,rv   _. |rWi^(-'^..Tt.������"t'-:->tgi-    j ^.-.-^yr.f^^  gg"a.g ."ttfaca'sgsmH ������&������  gg*������. '-.*'-^y.'-'^^ ^f������- Jiyyww ^"P1"  THE LAP^SMITH   DAILY  LEDGER  LODGES  ;ADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5--  Rathbone Sisters, meets" in the Odd  fellows' Rail, every 2nd and -4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. ,KATE TATE,  M. of R. & C.  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OW~  DRUIDS. .-  [Wellington Grove, No. 4, U.'A.O.D.  leets in the I.O.O.F. Hall, Lady-  Inith, the Second and Fourth- Wed-'  j;sdays of each month, commencing  tedp.csday, isth, 1905.  lVisiting Druids are invited to at-  Ind.    By1 Order  WM. RAFTER, Itcc. Sec.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  NOTICE  iFrom      this date the  undersigned  ���������ill  not  be .responsible  foi   any  in-  jditednnss     incurred except on      ������  liittcu oreicr signed by lhe secretary  liwland  M.ichin.  IV.   I.   EXPLORATION &  BEVEL  OPMENT CO., LTD.  Ion Personal Liability.  Ilrlmlft.  R   C.  tfav   ISth.  ������������������flS.  Solicitor.  E4������.    .    .  Hamay   tc    Loan  Avcwus  -   --   -  LAOVSiV'l H  j     HILBERT.  Dr. R. B; Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All  work guaranteed ��������� and at reasonable rates. ,    * ���������  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE  Gatacre >St Ladypmi th  Open at all hours.  - .-���������*  >.'*X'< 'L- ��������� f  MUNICIPAL BY=LAW  LADYSAUTH i BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON  HAND    -r  Wedding    Cakes   'tlade   to  Order  FRUIT'S   AND    CANDIES OF ALL  KINDS.    iVRESII   BREAD  EV-.  ERY   DAY  Prices    arc . Very  Reasonable.     All  Customers are Treated-A like.  , HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE   SSPLANA.BE.  n-txs&amja* uwwn  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEEN  CHISAGO,10ESHSH,  [annfacturers of the Famous  CUBAN   BLOSSOtt c  lone bu   Union! Labor ��������� Employed  h  J.   BOOTH. Pron  UT  DAY SCHOOL  jUiual subjects 'taught;  also,     lan-  |jage*������: drawing  in  pencil  and  cray-  is,  paint ng in  oils and  water col-  Ira, pianoforte\nd vocal lessons gi?-  In classes or,-individually. _  IISS BERTRAM,     Ladysmith, B.C  HLTQII. f  PORTLAND; ~B0S  And LUc l'rtnclpal Unslnuas Centers of  Ontario. Quebec, and the  ftfi'arftime Provinces.  B ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AUD  PHILADELPHIA, VIA. NIAGARA FALLS.  X-'or Thno TnbleB, clc, Bdilrosa      -   (  CEO. W. VAI1X,  Aflslhtiint Ocn'l rassPUKCi- nnd Ticket Agent  13S<AdkM3 St.. CHICAGO, ILL  RAYMOND  & SONS  , ���������Dealers in���������  Lime,  Plaster Paris,   Brick,  - Fire Brick and Vancouver is- "  - land .cement.   -  3 Pandora St....Victoria B.C.  J. PSERGY & 00v  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE DRY GOODS ,  VICTORIA, i.&  ENERAl  TH SHOP  Miners',Orilling Machines  1/flADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT   NOTICE.      DRILLS .  [SHARPENED  BY   QS      ALWAYS   GIVE  SATISFACTION.  ' PICKS HANDLED AND REPAIRED   -SH IP SMITHING-    IN      ALL   ITS    BRANCHES  Horseshoers and Genera1 Blacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  iBiAller Street  - -   -    -     -   Ladysmith,~B C  ^^.^4^^^J^.I^^^+^H^���������4^���������^*^^������������������***���������*^^^'^���������'���������**I*^^"J^���������'*''"^  {ICE!     ICE!    ICE!  WiLl be Delivered on Mondays,  Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  "Orders must be In by eleven o'clock  on day  of Deliveiy,  *  4-  Union  Limited  NANAIMO'^  C.  ' A by-law of the Corporation- of the City of Ladyi.sm.ith, to raise by loan  money to construct an  electric plant  for the said * Corporation.  Whereas it is expedient tbat line Corporation of thc City ot Ladysmith, should construct a system of electric plant for the purpose of  furnishing electric light, for the use'of the said city and 'the inhabitants  thereof. ' '*'���������'", "  Whereas a petition in accordance with Sectkm (69) of the Municipal  Clauses Act has been presented to the Municipal Council, requesting the  said Council, to introduce a    bylaw' for the object'aforesaid.  Whereas an expenditure of $35,000 will be necessary to construct -the  said el-cctr c light system -which sum must tie raised '' by the issuing of  daljantures of tlie Corporation of .tihe, City of Ladysmith, for thc said amount,'payable in 2-3 years from   tlie date hereafter fixed by this by-law  to- take effect with interest in the   meantime payable yearly at the rate  , - * i  of 5 percent, per annum.  And whereas it will be necessary t0 raise in each and every year during the currency oi the said debentures by a special rate for thc pur  pose of paying the said dYibt and interest the sum of $,2,183.33 wherepf  the sum of $.1,750.00 is' to be raised annually for the pajment of interest on the said debentures' and the , sum of, $733.33 is to be raised annually for the purpose of creating a n sinking fund for lhe payment oi  tlie .debentures which, will require an-'annual rate of 5i mills in tho dollar for paying the said debt and interest  And whereas the amount of- Uic  whole rateaible land or improvements  or real property of tlie said City according to the     last   revised a*-sess-  ment roll is $415,070 and the   total  amount of the existing debt 0f t^c  said City, is nil. >     |     !|   '. '-  '  .  *,.   I     >   i' I  '  I I    f  This 'by-law shall not be altered or repealed    except with the consent  sot i the    Lieutenant'   Governor    in Council.  '} .; Be it therefore   enacted by the municipal/ Council .oi the City   of La  jdysmith, as , follows:  1.   It shall toe lawful for the'���������Corporation  of the  City  of Ladysmith  to  raise or  cause to-be  raised' by  way of    loan    from any person or  personSj body" or bodies, or .bodies corporate, who may  lie willing to   ad  ;vance-the same upon thc credit of the   debentures hereinafter mentioned   ������  "sum of money not exceeding'in thc whole the-sum of $35,000, and'upon  receipt thereof to cause the������same to  be'"paid  into the hands ol the trcas  urer of the said City for the purpose and objects above recited.  - 2.   It shall be lawful for the Corporation   to  cause   any: numjber   of  . debentures' to be made,, executed- and issued not exceeding in the whole  the sum of $35,000 for such sum- of not less than $500-each, as may be  i-Qqiuirod andi that all such debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the  Corporation of the City of Ladysmith,' and be signed by the Mayor ol  the saM  City and countersigned   by  the City Clerk of thc said city.  3. The said-debentures shall'bear date the 1st day of Sept., A. D.  1906, and shall be payable 23 "years from thc said date at tho ofiice of  the' Corporation of the City of Ladysmith, and shall have attached to  them coupons for tlie payment of interest and the signature or signatures  on the said coupons, may be either written, stamped, printed or lithographed. ''...' , I     .     ,     i  4. Tlie-said debentures shall bear  interest  at the rate of. 5 per cent  per   annum    from the- date thereof, "which interest shall be payable half  yeaily on the first days of .January' and  July  in each    and every   year  during the currency of'the said debentures at tlie office of the' Corp.ru-  atiou of the said City-of Ladysmith.-. |-    ; ___  5. There shall be raised and lev icd in each year during the currency  of tlie said debentures the sum of $1,7<S0 for,the paying of interest, and  the sum of $733.33 for tlie purpose of creating' a sinking fund ior the  payment of a debt coming due under thc said debentures making in alt  the sum of $2,483.33.   , ���������       '..('!,''       .       > ,  ;-j_* I  ���������       G.   There shall be lwied and raised  in each and every year until the  said debentures and interest thereon shall be 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- It shall be lawful for the said City, to redeem all or any of the  said debentures at par at any time after the expiration ol 5 years from  the date thereof upon giving six callendar mobths' notice, which notice  shall be deemed to be sufficiently given by a publication thereof for four  times iu the British Columbia Gazette, and although thc holders of the  debentures mentioned -in such notice be not specifically named after the expiration' of the said period of six months all interest on the  said deUentures, the nuniibeis of which have been published as aforesaid,  shall cease. |     i i ,   ,        I  8. This 'by-law before tho final passing thereof shall receive the assent of the electors i of tlie City of Lady smith", in the manner provided in the Municipal Clauses,' Act, 4906      This by-law shall take effect on  the  ��������� day. of r��������� A.D.   1906,and shall  be cited for all purposes  as the Electric Light By-law. ' t       ,   ,   s   |      l  Read the first time on. the 23rd   day of July,  1900.  s    Read the second time on the 23rd day of July, 1!)0G.  Read the third time on thc 28th  day of July, 1906.  Take notice that the above is a true copy of the proposed By-law  upon which the vote of the Municipality will lie taken at the City Hall  Ladysmith, on Saturday, 11th August, 1906, between tlie hours of 8 a.  m. and 4  p.m. J. STEWART, C.M.C.  urnace  ta&iS^ - You can shake  down a "Sunshine"  furnace without getting  covered with ashes and dust���������has a  dust flue through which all the dust  and ashes escape when you shake  down the fire.  This heater Is so easily regulated and operated,  and so clean, that it makes the entire household  bright and genial.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.   Booklet free.  W-aarjtfs  LONDON,    TORONTO, .  MONTREAL,    WINNIPEG,    VANCOUVER,  .      ,. ,,   ST.   JOHN.     HAMILTON.    .,"      "-���������7777^"-, . .  Ihe  i Hardware Co.,' Sole Agents  NANAIMO':  NEWS NOTES  On Monday next, the local lodges  of Odd Pel lows, and Daughters of  Itebpkah will run a picnic fvom.Shaws  Boat Bouse to Departure Bay. Laun  dies will- run every half hour commencing at 10 o'clock in. the morning. To those not taking' baskets  meals will be served at 25 ��������� cents  each. .'"'"'"'  ��������� The local lodges of Knights of  Pythias aiicl -Rathboiic ~ Sisters will  hold a basket picnic today' at tho  Nanaimo River Bridge. Stages will  leave from Thomas' store flalibur-i  ton street, for the picnic grounds  at 9, and 11 a.m. and 1:30, and -1:30  p.m.' The charge for the stage ride  will be 17> cents.  ery 38 seconds. This spouting never varies thq tenth of a'second. Ed-  ery .time the\water spouts it strikes  the ievcr and moves the hands forward 38 seconds.  UNNECESSARY EXPENSE.  Acute 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 Diarrhoea Remedy is at  hand. A dose, of this''remedy will  relieve the patient before the doctor  could-, arrive.-.". It'1 has-' never- been  known to fail, even in the most'severe and'dangerous ;;cases: and iio" fam- ;"  ily should    be without it.  For sale'J"  by the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  ���������dmmmmmmmmmiuBsr -:��������� -=������S=5.:  rrcmicr McBride, who had been in  the north foe the past fortnight,  returned to Vancouver ��������� yesterday  morning as a passenger-on the steam  er Princess May, which arrived at  7 o'clock. Hon. Mr- McBride<--i-emain  ed there for only an hour. He took  thc 8 o'clock car for New - Westminster, auk spent tlie day at bis Ihome  there.  Jn. the North thc Premier *visited  the Atlim creeks, and while in that  district held several meetings, taking the electors into his confidence  respecting tho accomplishments of  the past for their good and telling  them of thc bright future.  |*5f.j.4.^f.j.>^.j.^.I.^.J.>..J.>.J..:..I.-f-I������   +'b^l'+'l'+*+'l'++^'b+'l'+'!i'  ���������������"* ���������-r-v-r' v  -���������V *r*-9*"S  *T~V.  '  *m  DESIGNS   , UK���������������������������3      /  ty  of the land entered  for, the    re-  111 i ^H and/c������opyr*ght������- '���������'.o.'uirem'ents   as to residence may    be  8������ S3 ^ '    OGTAVHED       A'_.  ' A3VICE ftS TO PATENTABILITY  \ Notice in "Inventive Arc "  t lioo'.������ "Howtoobtaiu Patents"  > "OS egl,  "Safe-  i;  Oharga moderate. No fee till patent is sucure���������':  Letters strictly confideh'.iul.-  A������ld������;BS,  E. G. SIG0ERS. Patent Uwycr. Washlnpton, n.f  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.    '  Kns available Dominion Lauds  .within the Railway Belt in British  Columbia, may be homesteaded by  any person who is the sole head of  ������ family, or any male over e ghteen  years of age, to the extent of one-  quarter section of 1G0 acres, 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 theie-  ,with    under   one    of the   following  plans: ...  (1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for  three years.  (2) It the father, (or mother, it the  father Is deceased), of the homestead-  ���������x wsidea upo������ a farm in the viclnl-  satisficd by such person residing with  the father or mother.  (.'}) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming laud owned by him iu the vicinity of his home  stead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six monthe' notice in writing  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may he purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and -f-2fj , for  anthracite. Not more than 320  lU'rcs can be nati'uved by erne individual or company. Royalty at the  rale of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds shall be collected on the  gross'output.  . "W.  W.   CORY.  '���������'TJc'putv  ot  1ho "VHnister  of Tnt-ovlm-  "GALEDOMAN"  Leads Them    All  IN  QUALITY^  R. P. RITH ET,  & Co., Ltd  Just arrived���������A splendid line of Ladies' Fancy sample Handkerchiefs.  sold at bargains at Simon Leiser it  Co.,  Ltd.   ; -_o- : '  WANTED .��������� Two unfuriifished rooms  immediately, by a lady.    Apply   at  Post Office.  Pacific Coast  VICTORIA. ���������-"��������� ":-���������  Agency.  -    _: :_ B.C  W.  SILER.  3-EHEKAL LXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  nOvr������".  Leaye orders at the Ahhotsford.  Keep  Minard's  house. i  Liniment    in    tho  , '. . .i_Ut���������u.l.Uuo-.l,  GLASS   GLOBES  When you want a Glass globe  see that you get the globe  with the rubber ring; on it,  as it is the only kind that  can keep the water out ��������� the  globes without the rubber ring  cannot lieep out water, you  can see that by examining  them. The artificial flower  that, is put into the globes  with; the rubber, rings, is giiiar  an teed to be the best, and if  you want a globe with a  Rubber Ring, call: at Mrs. T.  X.  Jones, a^ent for  H6NRY 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. *"omox Rd. & Milton St.  ......'.    .NANAilMO B^C.  SUMMER  DIARRHOEA  IN CHILDREN  During the hot weather of the summer months the first unnatural looseness  of a Chilli's howi-ls should have  immediate attention,} so as to cheek  the. disease before it* becomes serious.  All that is  necessary 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. 0.   Stocklan-d, Pastor of the  first M.E. Church, Little Falls,  Min-  nesots, writes:  "We have used Chamberlain's    Colic,)'   Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy  for    several years and  find.it a very  valuable remedy,   especially for summer disorders in children."   Sold by Ladysmith-. Pharmacy  Sunlight Soap Is better than other Moaps, but  s best when used in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Solp n.id follow' Directions  ATr. George AI. Bovye-r formerly of  'Charlottetown, P. E. I., and Miss Isabella Lea.sk of the Ficc Acre Lots,  wore united in marriage yesterday  morning by the Rev. Mr. Robson  at thc home of the bride's parents,  Mr. and Mrs. James Leask.       ,  The bride was given away by her  father, and her sister, Miss. Joan  Leask acted as bridesmaid, Mr. II,  H.    IJovycr assisted the groom.,  Both  of the       contracting parties  arc well and favorably known'- by   a  large   circle    of frie-nds in  this     city  and district.  The bride lias just recently resigned from the teaching staff of the  city schools, having" boon engaged as  teacher of the Second Division of  the South Ward school.  Tho groom is also a teacher, and  is at present the Principal'of tho  ITarcwood school, having acted in  that capacity   for tho past few years  'The happy couple, who-wore tho  recipients of many handsome and  valuable presents, after partaking of  a wedding breakfast left on thc  moi-jtiitig train on a. honeymoon tour  of Victoria, and the Sound cities.  On their return thcy will go to  housekeeping on the Five Acre Lots,  in a hanldsome two storey residence  t'hat Mr. Bovycr lias built on Mr.  I.eisk's premises.  Low Excursion  ?���������     Rates  (-  - ������      i  . , Round Trfp.  Tite  To'^"  July 10 to 15.  Denvek  August 1, 8, 9.  Milwaukee  Sent. 8, 9, 10.  To Toronto $83,15  $55.0  75  CCS'  A������g.7,8,9.,Sept. 8, & 10.  mALL P OlNTS  For particular! ' call on    or  ���������write;E.E. Blackwood, Gen-  NiP., Portland, Ore.  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  on J, Ei  House' and Sign Painlei  One of the most curious clocks in  the -world is, perhaps, Uvat which  tells the time to the inhabitants of.  a little American backwoods town.  Thc machinery, which is nothing but  a face, hands ann lever, is connected with a geyser which shoots out  an -immense column oi hot Wfttejc ev-.  Are ToTttnffat?  Then b������ iur������ your tickets rewi   \i%,  *k������ \, '  ��������� !'---.l. \'X  Wli Western line  The  only  line now  making    UNION  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with      the  through    trains . from    the     Pacific;  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, TF  FINEST' TRAINS,  THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,  ST.   PAUL,  CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS'CITY  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information  ask yr  *  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  GB'ifir&l   ^gea!  710 2n4 Ave]-. Settll#.  Minard's Liniment cures Cold, etc..  /-r  .c, n: ^iSE^Si^'^^^^^c^^^^  ^mj^)jK5#������n<ii^  :*&���������������   ���������'"  ~''''^'^ZZrsi:r^xi  555!  ���������Sm  ZSZiZm,  iSwfeS  THELADYSMTTHDAILY LEDGER  riVi'lfr itt i't'l i"fri i"h I'ti i't'l t*|*i i*lTi t*fri tTi rfi i"l*i i^i rfi *** **^* *^* *'*r'* ***'���������- -**** -***- ���������***- -"fr- ������***���������  THE SHOE STORE  ������ of Ladysmith for Ladies' Gents'  & Children's  IS HOES  s  /MMVl*A^W������VWW^^VV  IBICKLE'S  **^- *���������* ������������������* ������������������-   ���������'���������. ���������*���������*��������� ������***������ .*���������*. -"���������*��������� .*���������*. .*���������*. .*���������*. .H". ..fr. if-, .y. .*!'. .*���������*������ i-i". .'K i*!*. ������*j*. i't'l i't'l ��������������������� i't'l  ty ty ty ty  ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tyty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty *V % ty ty ty  Smith, Fotos,  NOTICE.  Local Items  Miss McKenzie was a passenger on  the outgoing train  this  morning.  That's AIM'    N������^lCr iS heieby   given that I   in-  , <-"������'!  to apply lo thc Board of     Li-  ���������...       ��������� censing  Conunissioncis at their next  sitting, foi a, tinn&fer of the retail  liquor license now held by me for  the Poit land Hotel, Ladysmith, from  mvself to Christina I-Ioggan.  D. 13.  HYND.  Ladysmith, 9th Aug , 1906. Im  Owing to repair jwoik on one of Iho  'winches at the mine  today, a   number of  men are not working.  ��������� ���������������.   ���������  , The Tyee Gun    Club     arc holding  their handicap shoot across the bay  this afternoon.  the Yancoivser World, Rob Williams  wishes io state tbat until-^a gooil  purse is in sight,, be intends to stick  at hai d  worU.  Should Krant be able lo at range  a match for a purse of ������1,000 or  thereabouts, however,' before any reputable Club, Williams will accom-  'odate him at an early dale. ��������� *  Mgr.  for Williams.  thc eight years of its existence,   the  Sioux nine    has    played 1558 games, -|  winning 3203 and losing 304.  Mr. D. Hynd today sold his   intei-  est in the Portland    Hotel  Lo    Mis  Christina Hoggun, and the place will  be conducted under new management  hereafter.  The cleilcs, nml .it, least some of  the owncis of the local stoies, aro  much in favor of continuing the pie-  scnt Thursday afternoon holiday  thioughoiit Lhe year. They say that  they have enjoyed themselves so  much this summei they would like to  see the holiday continue, if possible,  through the winter.  Saturday the vote will be taken to j  decide about the electnc light ques- I  tion. The vote will be taken ia tho I  city ball, between the hours of 8 i  in the morning and four in the afternoon.  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  Mrs. Geo. CJailce, and childien, of  Newcastle, are spending a few days  in the city, the guests of Mr. and  Mrs. T.   C. Morgan,  Mr. John Dalton, and his daughter, Miss. Nora, leave this morning  on a visit to iclatives in Wati-heif  Iowa.  ������������������������.  The Princess May called in heie yes  tciday on her way down from the  Noith. Piemier McBndc was nraong  the passengeis returning fiom the  Noith.  Mr and Mis. J J. Jones and family and Mi and Mrs. Hanns, ol  Washington, aie today visiting the  Extension mines. Mr Jones is sup-  euntendent of the Newcastle mines  in Washington, -while Mr.'Hanns is  superintendent of the Black Diamond  mine in thc same state. While in  thc city the party aie the guests of  Mr. and Mis    T. 0. Morgan.  We think v\e have tbe Best J2.95  Suitevei sold in tin���������=. -.place and we  think you will say so when you see  it Made with wide concave shoulders with shoulder pads, sleeve  pads, same as in high pi iced men's  suits and also have double elbos  Fieuch Pacing- The knickeis  have"dou ble seats and knees and  will weai longei (ban othei kind"  the cloth is one of the nobbiest ever  shown for boys. It is good valeu  f������r $3 5������ but we are only asking  $2 ps for it  WAITERS &flK������NHfAL?  N^^V^^V^A^WVWwWW^^W^  TO  CONNECT THE  CONTINENTS  The Czar of Russia has, it is said,  authorized    a    syndicate to   proceed  with  the constiuction of a    railway  which is dccimcd ultimately to  connect his   Majesty's    Asiatic   possessions    with  America      This  project  will involve (hiving     a tunnel undei  |ilelning Stunts, .1   distance of ncar-  I ly forty      miles,    not    including approaches.     Wc <ue told theie are no  engincciing difficulties of any   magni-  . (iifle in the   wa,   of the completion of  loday in Vancouver,  Police Magis-   M]cll ,L ,iprKlls to us that  trate Williams will give his decision j to bo��������� ,..,RC 0lll>ugh to   ac-  in the case in which  Captain Grifim  fm, .���������,    . '    ,,   ,       s for  forty  BOOTS & SHOES  REPAIRED  .1. A. KEED,-  liobeitsSt.    Near 5th, Ave.  OUUUIJLOJUUI  of Lhc     Punccss    Victoiia,  tiled for  manslaughter.  is being  Souvenir Hat Pins anil Brooches,  of Ladysmith,'only 25 cents each at  Foicimmer's.  None Better-Capital & INugget Cigars  Collier Titania arrived last evening and will take on a caigo of four  thousand tons of coal .for 'Frisco.  The big ship Elleric will be in port  again toward the latter end of the  month for another cargo of tsacked  coal. The Selkirk and Kildoiian and  scows weie the only amvals at tho  local v.'haives today.  The rioted Sioux I ndian baseball  team will visit British Columbia  shortly if arrangements at 'p'resent  going forward arc successful. Alter  the Winnipeg fair, the Sioux    started  iiu ..-.   ii -1.1        -. s a work    of  consult 1.^ulc- f >r ""i ; and financial  dnnonsn \s liiti ,. 'i.ips thc Czar  has be-mi comparing this task with  another diflicultv he has on his hands  at the present time, and that the  estimate is mcirly comparative.  Doubtless tin -Ja\ will come when  business conditions and the demands  of passenger tialfic will wanant thc  investment of billions of dollars, in  the work of connecting all the continents of this world except Ausliu-  lia, by rail, but (.he present C'7ar  of Rlussi'*., even if he lie vouchsafed  length of 'ia\s (and v u would not.  consider J * is Majesty a fust-class insurance risk as complied with the  most unpopular of hi*- l.i ind dukes),  is not likely to live to see the junction made. At the_.sai.-ie time the  world is moving very fast In - this  twc.iluth centiuj .*titl the population  ot  Canada,  the i-muliy     which  ed  entirely     upon  the  population of  this continent   it might not   lie    so  fai  in the futuie as the most pessimistic ot  us imagine.     But there is  the gieat  lone  land of Asiatic   Russia  to  icckon   with,   through     which  thousands     of miles of  unpioihichve  toad must be constructed in the prosecution of any such  work.    And besides,     tiavel    in a modem stcamer  can be undei taken  with a fai gi eater dcgiee of    comfoit     than    in the  most   luxuiiant    of     laihvay liains  tluough   such  a  cold,   baiicn,   inhospitable legion as Asiatic Rus'sia.  On  the    whole,      theiefoie,  we conclude  that the pioicct of  the Cz.m  is    as  prematuie as His Majesty scorns    to  consider the government of his countiy by a      constitution    of    limited  scope���������Colonist.  SUPERVISOR  InASLAM /  OUT TO COLLECT FEES  'Nanaimo, B.C., Aug. 9.��������� *  Tho legality of thc Timbei Measurement Act passed by tho provincial Legislature last session, and  winch came into force ou July 1  last, will be "tested in iho couits in  respect-, to that portion of it which  provides that all timber must be  scaled by official acalois at a rate of  5 cents per thousand feet.  Some of_ the  larg-e nulls which   are  cutting 1 imbbr unidei, leaseholds granted  years  ago   are  alleged     <os   have  to date   refused payment of tlie scale  fee   demanded   by      the   Government.  This   refusal   is on Ibe ground    that  having   granted   the leases under cer  tain   conditions, it" is', notwithm the  power   of the government   to   impose  fiesh burdens.  ^Shortly   before the act came .'into'  force it was decided   by the millmeri  that    payment      ,of   the     regulation  scale fee should   he resisted   as    far  as  leaseholds    weie  conrorncd,      nnd  so far this agreement   has been kept.  Mr.  Andrew  Hnslam,   supervisor  of  scalers,   is  out   to  collect  thc    .scale  fees,   irrespective   of    whether '   logs  are c,ut on leaseholds or under licenses,  as the   act provides   (or no   ex-  ceptiions. , It is "reported that if   back  ward dues are not settled in  full .by  thc  end  of  the   present  month     prosecutions   will   be   commenced   to    seem e   payment.    Under   the  act     any  breach   of it renders the oflender liable    to a fine    of  ������500  on summary  conviction.  As many thousand dollars are *��������� rep-,  resented m existing leaseholds, ' it  Is not considered likely'that the  millmen alfected will suhmie to the  -Tind   inoiriiA\   qoe  sin  jo    uoisiAO.id  liig up a stifl fight. .   .     , ���������'-?  Every Economical Housekeeper  is looking: for the Best Value and Variety iii new designs, in  I dow Muslin. Art Muslin.  +  +  X  X  +  X  An Inspection Would Convince  - .       Tliet the Best Place to Purchase  ' 1        "'- ' r ,  I - J ,  Up-to-deite^   Gpods  -. ' - *     i -  is at the Depart1ne11t.1l Store of   -  Sunw Reiser4 %e.  LIMlTBt) :  M  mi  wm  ii  m  m  '$*>z  II  m  m  ii  mi  m  m  Pi  i  n  m  ���������  fe i FRESH SUPPLY OF .        , . I '       "      \   - ,      - -   .3  . W andI "Ml  West,  and should arrive in the   pio-   h:*s just   round   hcrseli,  is ji,oing     to  vince late in the present month.    In iCu.w \ctv l.ipidly from  this harvest    '���������mi-irnni      If the undertaking depend-  i  Minard's Liniment Cures   Garget in  Cows.  Minard's Liniment cures Distemper.  |pWWtf  ivwmw^Vfe'wwwwvwy WMNW^i  MADE FRO  WHITE  Ogilvie's   Rloyal" Household Flour, -   J  per sack ,- $L00  Ogilvie's  Wheat   Granules, per sack   35  Carnation   Wheat   Flakes,'��������� per  package  -     ' .-3f������  Cream of Wheat, per    package  .....;..  I  Whole Wheat Flour,  per sack  Graham Flour,   per sack    .20  .40  .'10  Kid Kraait of Seattle has issued a  challenge to Bob Williams of this  city for a match at 1-'J8 pounds,  or at catch weights.  The following is the challenge of  Krant, and tbe i eply of Bob Williams:  Ch allonge  Harry (Kid) Kraut writes the  World fiom Seattle that he would  like to get a mutch in Vancouver  Mth either Hob Williams or Bert.  Clarke, at 138 pounds, oi cntch  weights. lie would niu.sli prefci Williams but i"f that cannot lie ��������� arrnge-  ed is willing to take ou Clarke. Tie  says ho beat Clnike n couple of  years   ago.  A match between Kiant, who, by  the way is a Canadian, and nob.  Williams would, be a great drawing  card im the. city, and would settle  once anil for all William's standing.  Krant has fought some very good  fights. He gives (his address as 317  Occidental Avenue, Seattle, where he  worlds   for the   Eyres Transfer  Co.  William's  Reply.  'Am   reply      to   a    recent.     challenge  from Kid Krnjit    of  Seattle   tjhrough  ONE MORE REFORM NEEDED. -  The Doctor���������Don't you  think -'"this  muck racing business has goiv������    fat  enough?  The Brofessoi��������� Not tpnte,   I  think  the holes in the Swiss cheese   ought  to be looked into.���������Chicago Trifbiinc  Uncle Podger���������I've bought a nice  book foi  you.  Jack���������What is it about,  Uncle? .  Uncle Podger ��������� II is called "The  Sleeping Beautv" and is about a giil  who slept and slept and slept, and  theie was no one who could wako  her    -  .lack���������Was she  thc seivant girl?  Try a Proilnce Cigar.  WE HAVE ON  HAND  SOME VERY N1CE-  ROLLEO CORNED BEEFr   1   12 I-2C. LB.   ^  E-. . -. ���������     -.     . . ;_-���������    ..3.  I A.-r,HOWE-, ���������;- '���������.:;,.-.-.- ��������� ���������L.- zy. %  fe-   '        ..-'.".    MEAT  MARKET / 3  ^WWWW WttiiMUUJUiW ill ittJil'iUiUiUiUIU'JlUUiUJUiilR  SCREEN DOORS  {  ^^������������������.^^,^__ ... X?  We offer all sizes in Screen Doors, complete with  Hinges, Etc, F:>r  $1.50    EACH  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  Knight's  Book Store  Heedquaters for  School  Suppli  Pioneer Bottlin? Wo;hs  1st. Avenue, Ladysir.itli, B. C *  1 L Rurnmin?. Prop. I  MANUFACTURER OF  Carbonated Beverages,  O i n ger   Beer  Fruit Syrups,  P.   O.   Box  248  T  {  Tt  I.  1  W. G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE.  Suits    Made to , Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  WATCH REPAIRING  ~*a  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   FIRST CLASS 1A/ORIC  B. FORCIMHER  * Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  ^ FIRST AVENUE,  LADYSrilTH"  The, Proof of the Pudding is in  the Eating  So it is with the  Pyramid Brand  PAINTS  ��������� ���������    ��������� .  FOR TOMORROW  Beef,  Mutton,  and  Veal,  iMht������jnV)-"  [Agents fori Blair & Adair,  j DRAGON   fAgents for-r���������  .--.^^^^w^iiw"    iinr.1:- ���������  ���������*������������������:  I Agents for  |tba  Walk-over Slioesjj 'k'_. *������, f\  ^^WW^  G. PAN NELL  X*w ���������  ���������   GAT ACRE ST.        LADYSMITH  The enormous amount of these,Paints/  used' by .tlie pu(blic is proof positive-,  that it is giving perfect satisfaction  both in the; Quality, anil'price,  '1.7 j h dallon  We carry the bust and largest assorted stock of Varnishes north ot  Victoria, atf.0 wiidlow glasst picture  mouldings, f-namels, varnish stains,  brushes, etc. '.  ���������  ���������  LADYSMITH WALL PAPER DEfOT  Karry Kay, Proprietor  ���������    firanitp anri Marhlo  Wnrifc    ���������  Granite and Marble Works  Granife and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest prices consistent  with first class stock and  workirfanship. "Vritc for  catalogue;  .     A.  STEWAiRT,     J  s  148 Yatos St. Victoria B.C  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 ],e found at any time  at his office on Gatacre street. His  dental work Is guaranteed to be first-  class, and  rates reasonable. .  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