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 5*V~     ������  ' .Vancouver, Aug. _ 28���������The Labor  Day celebration committee 'met in t'ne  Trades und JLaboi* Hall yesterday io  complete arrangements ior the big  celebration iu Kecrealion Park on La  bor Day., Monday, September 3, just,  a week from yosterday. Tho ehair-  inaa of the Uiu'erout committees reported very -favorably. Tho collec-  - tor and secretary of the general com  mittee. A, -11. Uurns, said he had a  largo number of elegant valuable'and  useful, articles .for prozos ranging  from $25 dou'np of an average *>aluc  of !5/liiwliich(goes to show bow lilv-  ernlly tho Vancouver merchants donate to' assist .,the' union working  ��������� man1 "and woman " to celebrate Iheir  annual   holiday. ' ^  rrcsidemt    ���������!'���������   H-   MeVety    of     Lhe  Trades and Lab*or   Council, and <Jmir  jna'n   ol'   thc   sports   committee,    has  arranged    on    excellent   programme,  consisting ol unujAic, novel aud amus  ing events,  and has bean \ery lavish  with  prizes,   ia almost every  "'cent  there  being   three prizes given.' -   To  bring   mothers out with their ^iictty  babies, he lias   put in   a 'SLO .prize  for  lirst,  ������6  fwr  second, and ������3   foi  third.     He has not ab yet succeeded  in getting    a   judge   lor  this   e\ent.  One reckless   joung man is considering tho proposition   if, proper    protection 'is guaranteed   him while jud  ging.      The  lacrosse match,will  .be  between  thc      Central  of  .Vancouver  and thc   Fairview   teams,    foi*     gold  medals     suitable      for  thc occasion,  ���������"."which Mr.- McA^ty^.^Jhaving, struck  oil.     Another  big  event  will  be    the  hose ^coupling     contest for    firemen,  for which three prizes   will be(giveir,  the first prize valued at ������25;  thu sec j  ond   at ������1.0, and the third ������6.   A ro ]  lay  race,  of    four men in. the   team,  is arranged,   each   man    to  run     1 LO  yards,   the  winners  to  get   a    .*?.">.00  prize  each.     In fact,  there   will     be  races   .and events    of all descriptions  for tho   young and for the old,  both  male  and female,    and there  iss     no  entrance fee for. any event.  Chairman J). P. Johnson of thc mus  ic committee has secured three  bands two of tlie city bands and one  from Ladysmith. One Imncl will- report at nine o'clock and will play  on tho streets nnd meet trains and  boats, and tho other two will begin  after dinner. Thc throe will play in  the park all afternoon, which will  keep life in every one. A band will  .also give an open air concert in  the eventing .possibly at the Courthouse.  Chairman J. Birch of tbe Grounds  committee < will have a number of  attendants in the park to see that  everything goes along smoothly.  The day's sports will wind up  with a grand .prize ball in TMyer's  hall. Chairman Alex. Golhard of  *he ball committee has arranged a  first and second proze both 'for- lady  and gentleman. for competition in a  number of the popular "dunces. There  not being a supper the. admission  to the ball will bo nominal.       ;,  g, j; -.Gothard, chairman of the gen  eral committee, will supervise 'everything during the day.  ." . ���������  ��������� O���������;���������r���������   FREE PASSES  CANCELLED  Vancouver, rAug. ,28���������Yesterday  was a sort of coming'out day witb  several   schools       of  whales,     which \  The general manager' of the   Tyec  mm from  TH��������� fiOSTH  Elleric,  Sound and English Bay. At least  the giant mammals threw themselves out of the water often enough  during- tiie afternoon to furnish aa&\  citing and rare spectacle to passengers on the steamers Princess A'ie-  toria aud Britannia, as well as to a  number of local yachting enthusiasts  who wore  Uqwc Sound  Thc S.S.  Elleric,    Capt.   Eindlay,  Copper  Company,  iu his report' vto   arrived in port at one o'clock    this  the shareholders meeting in   London  morning from Nome, having left that  on July    12th,    after very pleasing  port, on  tlie night of Aug. 15th. She  paid   a   visit to the waters of 1-Iowe J predictions for the future welfare of   is lying at anchor in the bay >await-  the company, in part says:        ��������� '  - ; ing orders.    '  '���������Everything    connected with '  the     The oflicers report nothing startl-  plant and workings at the mine has   ing at Nome.    They   were   delayed  run smoothly    and    well throughout  some time there owing lo a   slrikc  the year. - ''\      j whioh was on with the longshoremen.  "1 cannot conclude thc portion'   of and the Elleric was obliged to    era-,  my report, that deals with the mine   ploy    non-union    stevedores to   dis-  _ without saying how much  I    regret  charge her cargo.    On thc 15,   ho'w-  '. that Mr.  Musgrave will ^shortly   <bc   ever,  thc    trouble was settled,     Uic  the company,, union    men .coming back to', woik  .���������, f ��������� ������* u..^    ���������������.���������...���������. ������..������ good work.,   he  without,having gained their point.,    i  sage island   seemed   to be'Qfi*    fnv-J },as ,ione - during the'past six "years'    Asked as to    thc progress of    thc  onte place   for tho .majority of alio   has contributed in a great measure'* aerial tramway for discharging coal,  to its success. , ������     ���������    , Capt.  Fimllay states    that  work is.  WRECK or  THE CHEHALIS  [R&NCE M  il II!  NIVAL WIN  Paris,      Au������.     28���������'���������Before     loag  France will, he iu  a-position, to repel  UjDJlUaSloU,    UUtluMJl'     Pillule    ib ... dg������  _ . a , mat Mr.  Musgrave wii  cruising outside y^stoi-cloy. ' leaving- ������,������  service  of  ouiulin-tho   vicinity of r������s | as  the    faithful and g(  Vancouver, Aug. 28���������There is one  man in Vancouver who -is prepared  to put up a money guarantee that  ho will find the wreck of the Che-  halis within 24 hours after he- is  permitted to undertake diving operations. The man is Oliver Cbausse,  and he has papers in his possession  that snow him to be   a diver of wide 1 wanut-uv res.  I    -i->oiu  uuub,  uut proua'oi^   -with   ������  soiiu DUbib   oi laut uuviiiriymti iU^m,  be. '  'oucil    We'll*    tuo    rtOlUa      uildUU���������j.JjK  -ii.    rauui^aoii,   ixio   i'lcucu ^ijui.-,i,tir  01   ju.ui.iuk,   iu.   ,a   oiJOi-Cii   al    uiu    v-Ott"  Uusiou  oi   tne  . rluui.   x-iciibii    uuifti  big spenders. One particularly big  fellow came up close to a local  yacht that was just oil' Passage Island at the time. The whale after  "blowing''"���������throwing a column'of w.a  ter, at least ,thirty feet iu the air  ���������surged about half its gigantic  bulk out of. the water and then gave  "the surprised spectators _ a close  lange view of of his tail as he dived again. Jlis tailN( flukes would  measure at least fifteen feet across  and looked as they were flourished  in tho air for a few seconds like  the wing-s  of  some  gigantic bird.  Two big' fellows , were seen close  toget'her for several hours heading  jovei*,* toward .Nanaimo. Other individual whales* to the number of at  least a .do/.en were seen at widely  remote points , during the   day,  Judging"      from   tho      number      of  whales an: sight   at one   time at" the'  experience, and unbroken success. He  has been ' diving io San Francisco"  in New Zealand (in this case under  a ������23,000 contract) in Chinese wat  ers, iu Lake Superior and in Ihiluth.  Ife is prepared to go down any time  to. a depth of ���������240 feet.   The   pop-  lor Uu X'leucii muiiocuviet.'liinu uju-  pareuu.) provt-u to the -ant', tUafc  lor a power ac-tiUii ou ine acMi_-ii������iv#  ���������auu iu. 'liiouiyt.ou was spca-.ing oi  au aggiessiie as agauit������t a"deicn*>xV0  na\ai. ijower���������Lhe suoiuaiuie ia Uuui#  "The report of Mr.  W. J., Watson,   being carried    on, although it    wilPular impression  is that .attemps   tolKal ���������'       ' atulvaitMt,    u-ivasw-  your  smelter  manager,  deals - .fully  necessarily be   a  lengthy   undcrtak- locaUs thf,   fih'halls   have bCen    ah-! *   .    TT:.^*  with the operations at the smelter  during the'.past .year. . The resignation of Mr.', Thomas Kfiddiej'? who  left the employ of thc Tyee Co| to  take another ' position, took|place  last September. I have muchlilcar,  sure in stating that Mr. \V. J'.|\Vat-  son, >who accepted the post nu$i vacant by theaesignation^f Mx.' Kiddie, has most ably carried out" the  duties entrusted to his' cnarge. il can  safely say that it would be difficult  ing on account of the difficulty in andoned as hopelfi8g  seeming skilled labor. It is the intention to erect two cowers, one on  shore, and one out at sea.' Cables  will be strung,.and the coal taken  in buckets from the ship's lighters  to.the shore, it will still be necessary to use lighters to discharge the  cargo from the ships, but the process of conveying the coal to whore  will,of couise, be much faster.  Capt. Findlay had heaid nothing of  'force agarnsr   battleship ,attaciv. 'iua  This man, who j baUlu   u^  uucU.r    Aaiuir*tl ,    i'^uf  is   properly   accredited,   and is ��������� pre- I  pared . to risk  reputat ion and a money, stake in an attempt   to locate the  Cheholis,   should not   be refused    an  jiier s couunand'' had uo iewer Wx^jl  twenty ol their large units torpeuuv  ed  by  the submarure  alone ���������  entrance.-to,.JJ^,vv;o. .Sound   yesterday      ,,.,...,  7," ";,',-.'"       ~ 'n'*���������'-������������������' additions- ~.to.Lthe_^.ejcistii>gt*. plant i  the steam   whaler Orion   would havo   __^-._K._  ,._,,���������;_ ���������*TTT^���������r.iT_  ' V>*ri**  made   a   record catch   bad ~she   been  to find a    better     smelter manager. the    dilliculties    with the Japanese  sealers in the North, and, in fact,  stated that he had received but very  little news . of any place. For instance, it was only on reaching port  here that he heard of the recent earth  quake and' destruction of Valparaiso.  Thc Elleric will probably take on  another cargo of sacked coal here  for the same-"port.   o   than Mr. Watson has proved himself  ���������to be. , Several improvements 'ffhave  been made with tlie plant that! have  effected savings for your company.  The slags have been >' reduced to  0.375 per cent: copper','1 and-these  will possibly be brought still lower  during the current year.' Mr.'Watson  and    I have    discussed further  opportunity to make "it.   o   LARGE FUR  SHIPMENT   %++   !~-  by  the submarure  alone' .during  .their    attacks   on       Jlizerta,  'loulua  and M&iseilles.        ,  The attempt on Marseilles', whii.a  ,was tho picturesque linale to tb#  Mediterranean oi&hoeuvres began tx%  7 a.m., in a thick fog, but an .hour  Admirul  th*  later it had' cleared,  when  Founder divided his    squadron,  weather - division,  led- by .the* ".flay,  Seattle,<>Aug.  29.���������What is probab- going, to the northward,  their    ol*������  ly the1 largest cargo of furs'   ever ject being  to   effect a landing"   and  brought from Alaska was shipped, to out     th<s    railway  communications  this  city last  week' by M.  Asef,   a  Witb. Marseilles, tho lee division'wit fe  fur buyer   who is     stopping at the tij0 second   Admiral's flag flying' ia  Hotel    Northern.     Mr.   Asef   values  the   Leon Gambetta,   attacking   th������  thei e.  THINKS SHE  ENDED HER LIFE  we shall" not advise further expenditure    on    these     lines until ore in  depth is actually     discovered,    but  from what I have written you will  have gathered     that before long   I  trust to be .able to advise.you   that  this is an accomplished fact.  '���������'The custom ore business is    im-  Scattle, 'Aug. 2!).-Fearful that t..s   fixing,    but, as I told you in   my  wife has committed suicide,  K.   Ya-   last re')0lt'  ������* tak���������S  tlinc to <-������'el-  rnaguichi,   a  Christianized   Japanese,   ������P f1"08 ,in the fftr north-    ^^loV  has written    to    the police,    asking   niont work,s ou.a laISe scalc are be"  that thev ascertain her -whereabouts   ������������S carried on m Alaska, and   pros-  OL-hortalc.       The only information   f'8,    OJl ��������� .bhc    Portland  Oanal in  that can be secured Here is, that she  iNoithcin   B������1������������������  Columbia  are   re-  whioh'we believe will'greatly add to j p'O Tp A /^t IftT}  the profits of the company. Of course'* ^^.C^ tW^lldlK  DENOUNCED  -*K������^ '  left Seattle a short   time   ago,   and  is supposed  to be in Portland.  The couple were married more than  two yeais ago in their native land  and came to this country to engage  in missionary work. Finally the wife  caiine to the conclusion that s>he '.: d  hei husband were not suited for each  other ancl she  left him. :  In the letter to thc Seattle police  the husband states that when married couples separate iu Japan, if th������j  wife can not make her way iu the  world, it is a conynou practice for  her to end her life. If a ' 'married  woman contemplates suicide, he says  she addresses a, letter to the one she  loves . ���������best ������������������'and signs her rniuiden  name. A farewell letter,--" was received a short time ago by Mr. Ya-  lnagiichi froni his wife, stating they  would have to separate forever and  she signed her maiden name.   ~���������-   Chicago, Aug. 29.���������-Thousands ol  land and immigration agents through  out the west will be deprived' of  passes on western railroads by thr  provisions of the new rate law,, thc  railroad'- interpret thc statute, as  meaning 'that.' the issuance of transportation to these agents is discriminating. The Wisconsin Central,  Illinois Central, G-roat Northern and  .Minneapolis & St. Louis already  have announced that they will suspend the passes and other railroads  will take similar action. Ecvery  western  road    has  been accustomed  FOR LOVE  ported to be opening up well. Thc  geographical position of our smelting works is so good, and wc, have  got such a good name from mine  owners, that we are sure to get a  fair share of any new trade i that is  developed.  "I am pleased to acknowledge, as  I have done in my previous reports,  that my best thanks arc due to Mr.  Musgrave at the mine, Mr. Watson,  at the"> smelter, and Mr. Heran, your  accountant at the Duncan odice, for  the able way in whioh they have assisted me in carrying out the business of the company."  BOY BLINDED  fur-bearing animal known to Alaska  The'furs  were" brought   from,    the  various trappers of thc different sections of the North.    The blue, white  red and mixed foxes are well represented by their pelts, and there is a  Portland,      Aug.  29. ��������� Denounced j plentiful sprinkling of sea otter, seal  from his own    pulpit by a    brother  *mc* marten.  minister whom he had invited to ad- "Many of my furs are sold to  dress his congregation, Rev. F. J. Russia," said Mr. Asef last night.  Warren on Sunday, at the St. John's "While this is generally looked upon  Congregational church, heard himself as a- gr������*t fur-producing country the  called a traitor and despoiler of the Russian nobility demand so many  home of Rev. C. M. Smyth, formerly furs th'at' lJ-ere is always a good  of thc Mississippi avenue church. , market there. I will make up my  Mr. Smyth deliveied a scathing de- s*ock into three shipments for Chi-  nunciation of his enemy, describing cago, New York and London. Lon-  him as a villian and scoundrel of the **on is the fur-clearing house for 'lie  deepest dye, and .when he concluded, continent, and merchants from every  retired to the rear of thc chuich and European country come to that n*.ir-  wept bitterly. His grief was so no- ^ *>������ tary."  ticeablc that the entire congregation '    a^1"-  Asef leaves Seattle soon    for  his shipment at $40,000.     It includes souta       prom  ^  account  - quotc<|  specimens of    pelts- of. nearly   every ..  BY EXPLOSION  Seattle, Aug. 29���������Blinded by the  explosion of a percussion cap he had  opened, Robert Preece, 12 yeais old,  was led by two bull-doss to the house,  of a neighbor and, when tho woman  saw the little fellow with blood  OP A 1M*A1T) sfcreain,i������K down his face ran to his  W1      ���������*������   IViaiU  assistance.      His first remark was :  "Please    don't    let mamma see   me  looking this way."  Who was to blame for the accident  ~%^-%-  New York, Aug. 2!).���������Locked up at  police   headquarters    is  a  romantic  has not yet been determined by- the  i  prisoner-, Louis Mochorpsky,. a youth J authorities'   who    are investigating  charged iwith the larceny of $5,000 j Two men who arc engaged in clear-  worth of diamonds several'months ing a tract of land for a local real  ago. Mochorosky, who is but 17 J estate company arc charged with be-  ��������� years of age, afforded the police of, ing responsible for tbe accident, and  many states of this country a vain j while as yet no charge has been  chase, and then went to Europe, it'found on which they can be arrested  was only.for love of  a girl in   Den- 'criminal carelessness is alleged.  ver that   he ventured back  United States.  to     tbe  As a result of the, accident, the  little fellow, who is the son of J.J.  Preece, captain of the engine com-,  pany with headquarters near Green  will    probably lose his    eye-  could hear his sobbing.  "I have long waited for this-opportunity," said Smyth from the pulpit,  "And I hereby denounce you, Fred  J. Warren, as a traitor and the despoiler of my home. You entered my  home and won the love of my wife,  and I here and now call you a traitor���������a traitor, do you heat?"  Dr.Srnyth spoke with a voice full  of emotion and his utterance was in  the nature of a great shock to his  auditors, but the man he denounced  calmly assumed the pulpit when "'he  had concluded and preached his regular sermon.  Warren's congregation, immediately after the dramatic services, prss-  ed resolutions denouncing Dr. Smyth  and expressing confidence in the integrity of their pastor.  appropriated    a box of the   dangcr-  the East and Europe.  RAILWAY MEN IMPRESSED  Calgary, Alta., Aug. 29.���������Mr. G-ay  and a party of English railway men  passed through the city this afternoon on an inspection tour of railways in America. All expressed  themselves as surprised and amazed  at what they sa*w, in the . west.  Duncan Coulson, president of 'the  Bank of Toronto, and party,, are 'here  this afternoon, on their way from tho  North.  TO OPEN  would appear that eight'  submai**  ines, ."which had      been  hidinft ' at'  Lefi Calaniques   under the* shelter   ot'  the   forts and batteries,"   and   each,  Of   which' carried    seventeen'   torpedoes,  succeeded in. eluding  the  Tilteeo  destroyers   that     were told  off for  their    destruction and' inflicting   havoc on their   mighty   opponents.   Admiral   Fournicr,   at a lunch given  ia  his honor by the Marseilles   municipal  ity, eulogized the little   craft to tha  extent   that he   declared that ,   they  had not  only spoilt  all   his     plans,  but "constituted a regular revolution  in the naval armament  of   France."'  He is   said   to have   admitted   that  his   own flagship had beenx torpedoed  eight   times by  submarines,   and tha  Leon  G-ambetta       was  also     placed  hors de combat.  Like our Japanese allies, the defensive force made certain of - tho  flagships, to begin with, and then  apparently proceeded to wipe out;  the remainder at their leisure, for  another account says: "Jt is slat  ed that they succeeded in placing'  every one," i.e., the seventeen toi-  pedoes with which each subTnarbi������  was provided, and" add^ that "'few  fthe< ironclads came oft scot free.'*  It must, in truth, have been a per- ^  feet holocust, but \even allowing for  journalistic exaggeration, there Ca������  be but little doubt that the whcnV  attack was completely paralyzed,  and the success of the   defence speaks  np-r TOCT\ A xr/volumes   for the knowledge and maf*-  1  U-CrfOU ^\ Y : tery   of these   delicate craft to whirl*  the French navy has attained.  -+++-  Seattle, Wash., Aug. 29.���������-Built by upper floors,  bus caps and shortly afterwards in ' the Washington Benevolent Associa-' The building now appears to be a  attempting to open one of the dead- !��������� tion for the Carpenters' Union of Se five-story building, the first aoor holy instruments it exploded. | attle,  the new Carpenters' hall,    one   ing below   the present  grade line oi  cianes  are  to Mexico.  scattered  from  WILL BRING 'AUTOGRAPH  FROM THE KING j Lake,  'London,  Aug. 29.���������Thc Birmingham ' sight.  Daily Post says it is stated that if, j  /While    -out     on a stroll  with his  is may  be    expected,   the Duke    of, dogs,    he came    to a  place on the  fifth street, where   he    . of percussion caps   and  Canada | autograph letter rrom the King    to' several  sticks of dynamite.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier. '     There was no one about, and    he  ,   ;"v:   " , ������..~���������ouU...^. as nmv ,JC expected, the Duke or uo&s, lie Canute catrymg from 500 to-5,000 laud ConnauiJlvt loaves England in Ooto-', road on Sixty-  agents    on its books. '������������������ The benefi-   ber   f0r Canada,   he   will    bear   an ! found a box of  The little rcllow lives at 0515 Wee- of the finest single union headquar-  don place, and when he finally arriv- j ters of any local in the United State  cd'homc and the full extent of the\ will be formally opened and dedicate  injury was ascertained be was taken' cd tomorrow night. Elaborate plans  to the hospital at Green Lake, ' have been made for the program,  where it was found the sight of thc ' which will consist of addresses by  left eye had been destroyed and it is J officers of the union and others and  probable that the sight of thc other' several musical numbers. At the  is also gone. His face, was also fill-'( same time the New Netherlands hoed with bits of copper from the tel, which occupies the upper four  shell of  the cap. j floors of the |building will be opened.  Patrolman Vaupcl was sent y..t to The Carpenters' hall is a six-story  investigate the case, and says the brick building G0xl20 feet, at 1620  dangerous explosives were left in'he Fourth Avenue. Its owner, the  road by a man whose name be has Washington Benevolent Association,  not yet ascertained. Standish, who is a corporation distinct from the  has the contract for clearing' thc land Carpenters' Union, organized for the  says the explosives were taken ,rom purpose of erecting a new home. ,The  a tool box which was always lept two lower-floors, or what -is known  locked and had been left but ���������-. iew as the basement and the first floor,  minutes on the roadway when they are occupied by the rooms and offl-  were discovered by the boy who was ces of the union and by the lobbty of  injured. the hotel,   which occupies ! the   four  the street. When the regrade ol  fourth avenue is completed the present basement will be on a level with  the street.  The Carpenters' Union of Scattls  is one of the richest labor organizations in the country, haying interests and investments which amounfc  to more that $100,000. It is also  the largest union in this city, having more than 1,000 members ia  good standing. The building wliicli  will from now on form its head-  'quarters is fitted with the latcsfc  conveniences. It is arranged with,  reference to the convenient handling  of the. business of the union and to  the personal accommodations of tha  men. A part of the first floor ia  fitted with shelves and lockers foC  tools and with machinery for sharj)-  eningj grinding and repairing. A.  power plant is provided. ,  S^'    ^u- ���������   ^  vk. $****  fmm  WMm^  ^]i$mm!?,  THE LADYSMITH DAILY   LEDGER  rnf  Pub  DAiLY  LED&R  every   day-   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  THE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY:  SUBSCRIPTION."     '  One Year (in advance) $8.00  One Ifonth  ~ ... ���������_  80 ,ceats  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  WEDNESDAY,      Aug.   29,   1900  BIG WELCOME FOR  CHIEF JOE  CAPILANO  M^A^';^-f'-;AAAA^A^AAAA;;r^f^  The! Queen of, ^JsL^ The Breakfast  ���������������������������������..  IS  Vancouver, 'Aug. 28���������Chief ' .Joe  Capalino, who recently had an audience with King Edward, a I Buckingham Palace, will be home ou Thurs  day night. Tie landed , al Quebec:  "r on Saturday last, and is now on his  way west accompanied by his brother chiefs, who accompanied him lo  tho    foot  of the   throne.  On the night of Chief Joe's urinal ho will be tendered a monster ov  ation by'the coast and Fraservriver Indians. He will be met at" tho  C.P.H. depot on the arrival of Jus  train in the evening by a band and  numerous tribesmen. A torn- through  the city streets is planned and then  the parade will hoad for the North  Vancouver ferry wharf, where steamer will be taken for the other side  of *the Inlet. >  At Mission the finale of thc celebration will occur when Chief Joe  will address the assembled Indians.  Ho will tell them what King- Edward)  eaid to him in reply to the re-1  quests made to him on behalf of  the British Columbia Indians, and  will also tell them of tho wanders  he saw in Eastern Canada and a-  cross  the  seas.  This gathering-   at ]\fis**'on  will   be  a  memorable   one   in   Tndian   history.  . Between three 'and five hundred   Indians   are expected   to  be     piosont.  .They   will    come    from    the     Frnser  THE  RJBRFHECT ROOD  ON SALE AT ALL GROCERY STORES  ���������MS2  J  Samuel F. Houston, vice Pret>i- 'a representative. If Winston Churi-h-  uenr. of the Itoal JL'-SLato Trust Co., f������H had not overlooked Baltimore he  issued ii jjLalunu'uL alter the Tiust, iiuiyht ha\o, been tf falatesinan lung  Co., had closed its dooifa rn which long ago.  ho baiJ   thai  Uio   alUurt., of   the coin.  SUMMER DIARRHOEA    ,  'IN CHILDREN  During the hot weather qf the sum-,  iner months the first unnatural looseness of a child's bowels shoult} have  immediate attention,| so as to checK  the disease Ixrfore 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 the1 system.  Rev. M. O. Stockland, .Pastor ol lhe  first M.E. Church, Little Palls, Min-  ncsots, writes: "We have used Chamberlain's Collc^ Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy for' several years .and  find tt a very valuable remedy, es-  peelJIy for*summer disorders in children."  Sold by Ladysmith Pharmacy  Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Railway  -"       ^ M,  , ,,     ��������� ,      ���������      ,  MONDAYy SEPT, 3,  i������M$m&  pany    were \ei$   much involved,   and  Now   \Vc*>lmiu*jlfr,    Aug".    -S��������� liai'l  that   the    ollicials    louud    tlieinsoh ob   Ore),    tlovernor-Uohcial   of    Comma,  imable    Lo  coutiuo  business. ] Ij*s  accepted   Lhe    formal   uiviUition  "in round numbers," he   said   Lhe'of the lnanagiiinent   of tlie proMiiual  and j  failure will amount lo 7 million  dollars. At Uio meeting of tho boards  and trust companies of Philadelphia clearing ilouse today an feffort was made to raise money to  tide the company over the dirhcul-  tios. All we could get was $3,500  000,- or abouL half what was needed.  Consequently the court has been applied to lor  a receiver."  Humors  of   ihe    c onditlon    of     the  bank  cau'eel    a  ilig*hl   run early to-  'day.  aud  m   ilu>  la^t hour  thousands  of dollars   \\"i... drawn out by deposi  tors.  Fraiilc   K.   llipple wub   treasurer of  the Board of Trustees of tlie General  j Assembly f of Lhe L'resbyteriau church  'and it is t>aid   had  all of the   funds  on  deposit   m his    company.  Hippie  had  been  engaged  in -heavy  real estate   deals   and it is said lost  ���������millions  of   dollars.  Valley     as far    up   as   Hope,  from  points   on   the     coast   as     far  north   as Bute Inlet.    Chief Joe will  address    the    assemblage   in '   Chinook.  Mathios      Joe   Copilano,    son     of  Chief   Joe, yesLorday received tho foi j "MAKE HAY WHILE  Union-made Capital & Nugget Cigars  fair to bo .held m this city in October, aaid hu will open the big exhibition Notification to this effect  was received today. Thc lair management was informed that His^iilx-  cellency will arrive ln Now Westminister on * October 1, after his return from Vancouver 'aland, and lib  will open Ihe fair on Uio following  day.  Henry Elliott, Esq.., of Shcrbrookc  N.S., Inspector and Supt. of Bridge  Construction for Nova Scotia, says:  "A bottle of'MINARD'S LIN1-  MbJNT cured inc.of a very "severe  sprain of my  leg,  caused by a ' fall  while  building a bridge  at  Doherty"  Creek,  Cumberland  Co."  Excursion jates'y/ill be in effect-to all  points^ with ;a double train service each way  ,  Geo, !_,.> Courtriey,  * District Passenger Agent  58 Government St., Victoria, U.C. . '  EXCELLENT  Service  BETWEEN  lowing telegram   from his father, dat  ed at   Quebec, on Satuula5r:  "Arrived Canada safe. Leaving to-  d&y Imperial Limited. Homo Thursday evening."  ''We will have three hacks at the  station for the chiefs, and a tally-  ho for the welcoming band," said  Mathias Coe Capilano today in telling of the reception to his father.  "We will march through tbe sticoLs  of Vancouver and then go across  the Jnlet on the ferry. At Mission,  there will be a great gathering. We  intend to have the Mission grounds  brilliantly illuminated. Chief Joe  will tell the Indians all about liis  visit to King Edward, and Uv*i-e  will be a big tLme, I cpn tfll \ < >.  I think.that Chief Charlie of���������("���������*/  ich'an will return with Chief .Toe 'and j  Simoni Pierre,   tho  intterpreter.   'who  lUE SUN SHINES."  There is a lesson in thc work of  the thrilty farmer, lie knows that  lire bright sunshine may last out a  ..iy and he juepares {or the showers  which arc so liable to follow. So  it should be with every household.  Dyseaiery, Jniirhoes ������unl choleia >mor-i  L.us may alta<-i. some of the inem-  i,cis ot the home without warning.  Chamber lam's Colic, Cholera aud  znarrhoea ilemedy, which is the best  a noun remcuy lot these'diseases,  strould always be kept at hand, us  immediate treatment is necessary,  ..fid delay may prove fatal. -Kor sale  t// Ladysm|Ui Pharmacy.  Aud tlio Principal Business Centers of  Ontario, Quebec, and the]  Maritime Provinces.    '  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.!  Foi TImo Tallica, etc., tuldreaa  CEO. W. VAUX,  i Assistant Gen'l Pnsr.ini;er imd Ticket Aicent,  .135 ADAMS  St., CHICAGO, ILL  eBSHHsass  WHERE EVERY MAN  IS A LEGISLATOR  rihcriir   TiiU<,   of British Columbia,  sa> h   the    I'lttsburg    i/cspatch,     has  (be i/ed for debi.     Slocan city.  accompanied   them   to    rnp'anci   v. i  also   be  with  tho  partv. ("l"-"1 ior dL'bl"      S'������Caa ^    ^   Q Muil   a  popnl.it ion   ot   l-.OOO   in  l'JOO  \*.n .   now  has   l.~o.    'luck must have  k Ion mil to$  7'kea bo nure yoHr tickets rearf    *h  tha  Nortii iiGin Line  The only Hue now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with. the  through traina from the Pacini  Cc&Bt ,  THE      SHORTEST     LINE, TP  FINEST   TRAINS,   THE   LOWES'"  RATES,   TIIE  FASTEST  TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,  ST.   PAUL,   CIU  CAGO,    OMAHA, l KANSAS CIT*  and ALL, POINTS EAST.  For complete information aik yr  local agent or write,  F.W.PARKER  General   Agnr  7?0 2ni Ave.. Seatil*.  .   ���������     NOTICE.  Notice-is hereby1 given that I' intend to apply to the Board o������ Licensing Commissioners at their next  sitting, .for a transfer of the ��������� retail  liquoi U^nse now held by me for  the P<m ti.nid,Hotel, Ladysmith, from  my sell  to 'Christina Hoggan.  I).  H. IIYND.  LadysmlUi, flth Aug.,' 1D0C. tm  f  | Pioneer Boltli; Works  ! 1st. A'/enue. LadysmMh, B. ii  I H. f. Roniminj. Prop.  i  *  i  v  MANUFACTURER  OF  i Carbonated Beverages.  i  i   . Ginger   Beer  Fruit Syrups  P.   O.   Box   24S  SEVEN MILLION  DOLLAR FAIL! Ill'  Philadelphia,    Aug.    28���������The    'iteni  Estate   Trust'   Co.,   closed its   doors  at    2:25   o'clock   this  afternoon.      II  was the   soond   in point ol    si.o.clim;  of  the    Philadelphia  Trust    ("oiii|ian-  ies.     It has    a  capital    and   surplus  of   S2,900,,000 and deposits   of si;v..*n   *-'  million    live hundred    thousand    d<il-  >'* .'H'1'  Jars.   . It   was    established    in     l.S..V>. ������m rra  and Mr.   Frank   K.  Hippie   was ' \U  I ������������������������'!'  "'  president   up   to   the   time   of      his.'.t'���������'<��������������������������� ������������������'  death    last Friday.  bvcu ui.'lcoined with <;pen arms as a  itKiiioton.v killer'and toltl to do his  Nwusi. Hut ui 11- niiius return Slo-  i.'d t'it\ ii no imir.' remarkable than  some im 1 hi- .\>'u lOri'glanf! towns of  ii;'],:i!-!i i| grainlviir and red need' snli-  *-'.iii '['hi'ii    is   I'.altimore,   in Ver  mel;!,   i'iji-   instilncc,   which has  decliu,  to so'.iif.- lifly individuals of all sex  ,4-1-s.     l-'iirli  male adult   who  :iml uiilc    and is    able to  of  jail  goi'.s  to the  Lcgisla-  ii������ "t 111*11 us a prerogative, for  ������n in  Vi'iiiioiit is entitled to  .I'l-.v   |.  I       GLA5S     GLOBES  p When you want a Gltsi globe  to see that    you get the    globe  5 with the rubber ring on it,  ������3 as it is the only kind that  lH enn keep the water out ��������� tho  *s glotx*s without the rubfoer ring  m cannot Keep out water, you  ^ caB see that by examining  a} them. The artificial flower  ip that is put into the globes  K with the rubber rings, is gjiar  .j| antc-e<l to be the best, and if  >^ you wa.nl a globe with a  I Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  || X.  Jones, asent for  % HBNRY CREWf  j| The oBly place you can. get  I Them.  f Sole Agent in B.C.   for    the  gj French   Wreath Co., of   Lou-  6 do������, aria, Melbourne, S.A.,  f Cot. (ioiuox Rd. & Milton St.  I NANAIMO B.C.  THE JONES HOTEL   WHITE~<UOOK���������  and   WHITE  IiABOK���������  ' Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  QATACRB , STREET-     Ladysmith.  IJnder{NewJManaKrnent  HOTELSWILSON  Jus.l R. WcKinnell, Prop. ^  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens' head gin srters.  Modern and     Strictly First Claw.  Fire Proof    Buildiif.  Try Capital and Nuggei Cigars  J  "or i cool, refreshing*���������  BATH  During: the Summer  Months Call on   THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Parlors, etc.,    High Street  Best..accommodation for .transient  And permanent boarders and iodgeri.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  ahly furnished and the bar is up-to-,  d������t������ * Rates $1.19 a day and ' mp-  wwdi.  WM. BEVERIDOE, Prop.  n*������lai<ad* '**'. ���������������-��������� ������������������������-��������� ������������������������������ T^iiiritaHV  NURSERIES, & SEED HOUSES   _.o���������.   Large Stock of Ilome.grown  'Kr'uit   and'^Oinamcnlal Trees  now    inat'iirod for the' Fall'  Trade.'  No expense, logs 01; delay >  of fumigation or inspection.  Headquarters',- for    Pacific  Coast  grown Garden,' Field,  "and Flower Sieeds in season. '  Baa Supplies, Spray Pumps  nVhafe Oil Soap, Greenhouse  Plants, Cut Flowers, Bulbs  For Fall Planting  Wc do business''on our own(  jrounds���������no rentj to pay and'  are    prepared    to meet   all -  competition. '  Let ine price .your list before, placing your order. "  .    Catalogue Free.  Al. J. HENRY,  3oio  Westminster Road  VANCOUVER,      , ,  Fletcher Bros.  ��������� ..Deciera lo ....  Pianos  |& Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  Plumbing and- Tinsmilhing  DONE AT  Reasonable Prices   By   J. ANDERSON  Leave orders at  I'eterson's  Furn -  ture Store,  or telephone No 5J>.  Sunlight Soap !s better titan other soaps, but  s best when used in the Sunlight way.  Ituy Sunlight Sj ip And lolluw Oliaction's  ������*>  Express Work  Lfght Teaming.  Orders Wifcb-  PIRST- AVJI-NTIE  Wood ar  Bark  for sale.  m 1 1  See J.  KEMP, or    leave  W. CARTER,  PHONE      6-0  ^.......���������!!.���������������  ,o..������.������>.....e..������..o.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������-^.^-������;.������.  First Class  6   RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD AND "BARK FOR S ALE ' AND DELIVERED.  EXPRE SS WORK.  ,..TT..(..������������������.���������.'���������"������������������'������������������  f  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  ZTLI PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, QOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Work:������ at  |    fLADYSMITH,    B. C.  ���������+���������  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, B. G,  +  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  General Manager. *  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  ������������������o..K ������������������������>���������������������.������������������..������������������������..������������������.���������������������������������������������������-���������..���������..������..������,.������..������,.������..������..*..*..������..a..������..*..(..������.���������������������������.  ,o.^������������~������ ������������������������..������������������������������������"������"���������������������������������������������'  ,.m..:+~t~������..������-*~���������  STOVES! STOVES!  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  AIj kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in. all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  1st. Avenue  ������������������*'������������������  <5ITY m.M RK6T  : R. Williamson Prop"  Ladysmith B. C.  *���������*���������*-+���������*���������*������������������<  ������������������������������������-���������-���������-t-f-������--������-f-t ���������?������������������(>> tt' '���������������������������*������������������<  I LADVSMITH TRANSFER STABLE  ������   PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNlTURIi' MOVED PROMPTLY A   ND SAFELY.  Stabled'In'the reac-of the Ladysmith hotel.     Leave orders at   the  Ab'botsford   . ..   . '   '  1  *���������  J  1  j  t  A.  J. VVASKETT PROP.  ^^6-4-A^. * -4-Jl* ���������--*-* _*--4-*-  7,  k-%. "���������������-������.-������.-������. -%.-%.-������.-%.������.-������.-<  WM.  MUNSIE, President    J. W. COBURN, Managing Director.  Telephone 4-fa.  TELEPHONE 63  P. 0. Box 42.  f..(.-*..������������������.*..o-->"0-  l.^..������..*-������..*'  ^.������.^..������������������~������* ���������>*  PAINTING   AND  FAPERHANGING'  H?M$ and Artistically Done.���������- : : '"" :"    Orders  Promptly    Execute  S.ROEDDIN.G    -"  '":--   LADYSMITH  er Co, Ltd.  *E9  vm^  4  I  4  4  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADYSMITH-f������  'JShingles-a Specialty;  MANUFACTURERS OF���������  Rough and Dressed Fir'and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS,  SHINGLES, MO ULDINGS,      ETC.,    of    the BEST  ���������QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK 'if  /THE LADISMITH   DAILY   LEDGER  LODGES  LADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5._  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall,' every 2nd and 4lh  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  M. of R. & C.  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF  DRUIDS.,     ,  .Wellington Grove, No. 4, UjA.O.D.  meets in-tbe   I.O.O.F. Hall,   Ladysmith, the Second and Fourth   Wednesdays of  each month,  commencing  - Wednesday, 13th,, 1905.  Visiting Druids are invited lo   attend.    By Order  WM. RAFTER, Rcc. See.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  I. R. SliPSON  Solicitor," Ete  to  ,t.   Aveniis  LADYSMI H  ii  Ui  MR  w  Leads Them    AI  ,     IN  QUALITY  .  R.P. RITHET,  & Co., L  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA., ���������'������������������ ���������--    -: ������������������-R.i'  CUBAN CIGAR FACTOR'  VTannfacturers of tbe Famous  CUBAN   BLOSSOH  None bu *. Union j;abor    Employed  n  J.  BOOTH. Prop  Dr.R.B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist    <,  All work  guaranteed and  at rcason-  ' able rates.  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE  Gatacre St Ladysmith  Ot.ou at all hours.  LADYSMITH   BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND    PASTRY  ALWAYS    I'RESIl   ON  HAND,  Wedding    Cakes  -)Iade   to  Order ~  I'Tll'iTs   AMI)    CANDIES OF ALL  KJMJS.    /VRESil   DREAD  EVERY   'DAY*  Prices    aic     Very Reasonable. ,   All  Customers aic Treated Alike.  HOP  LEE A CO.  ON THE   ESPLANADE.     r  Kootenay  Steel Ranj>e  are rade  extra heavy  d srraqp  London- Toronto ~Monrreal  Winnipeg -Vancouvcr-Sh JohnWLKj  [he Ladysmith Hardware Co,' Sole Agent  DAY  SCHOOL  Usual subjects . taught; also uu-"  ��������� guage������. drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water'colors,* pianoforte and vocal lessons given-in classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM,     Ladysmith, B.C  ALU ���������     ' '  Wall Papers  ON HAND  To be sold at HALF PRICE  Cai!, oo IE,. Smith  House and Sign Paintei  -_s  NO SIQNS OF LAYING  DOWN OF ARMS BY REBELS  Under the patronage of His Honor, tbe Lieutenant-  Governor'of British Columbia  SfPTmtH at TO M 1906  OF I11  -*-f -t-*-  MinMMavMii  RAYMOND"  & SONS  ���������Dealers, in���������  1 Lifne,  Plaster Paris,   Brick,  Pire Brick and Vancouver island cement.  3 Pandora f St. Victoria B.C.  era go,  Rlamifactuiers OI.-^-. ,  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  * WHOLESALEJBY GOODS  VICTORIA, B. C.  Havana, Aug. 29 th*���������Interest today centres in the government's oiler of clemency to all who > will  lay down their arms and return to  their   homes.       The  result  tliu.s  far  ,kuow whether Ihoy are right, but we  do know it should end quickly,. Ii  the insurrection does> not end quick  ly there will be an "American intervention.     If the war lasLs long   and  Liberal Premiums& Valuable Prizes���������The Best Stock  Market in the Province���������Live Stock Parade Daily���������3 >  Days Horse Racihg-^$5,000. in Purses and Valuable  Trophy Cups���������Splendid New Attractions including  Grand Broncho Busting Competition for Championship  -^ 5of British Columbia  has  not  been   what  th������: government ,thc   United  Stales   government   does  seemed   to anticipate/ 'citizens gen-"not  iinlcii'ero    lhe  Piatt  ainvsndiucnt  ��������� <* *.  SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES FROn ALL POINTS  GENERAL BL  Miners' DrHlingi ISVtachines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED  AT  SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILLS  SHARPENED  BY US      ALWAYS   GIVE  SATISFACTION.  ���������PICKS HANDLED <A ND REPAIRED   -SHIPSMlTHINr,    IN      ALL   ITS    BRANC IT US  Horseshoers and Genera* Blacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Builer Street -    - Lyadytamitti, 33 C  erally  are  unwilling   to   predict     its  results,    and  it  'is    criticized  especially     in many    quarters  because it  I does   not   fix   a   time limit for   the  laying     down of, arms,   thus   giving  the   insurgents , time    to   test    their  cause  when    they/are   still   satisfied  that  there   is  no chance   of  success.  Jteskients    of  the    country   districts  of  Havana  and (Pinar  del  Rio' pro-  vinces    uniformly,   speak  respectfully  ot the   size and conduct  of   thc   insurgent bands,  and '   it   is   asserted  that ihe people "of the'more remote.,  'districts     unquestionably,   arc   wilh  them.    The force of the revolutionary  sentiment does not   appear 'to   have  as yet    greatly diminished, and there  are no signs   of the laying   down of  arms.     The first frank   outright discussion   of  the Piatt  amendment as  bearing on the situation" will appear  tomorrow    in   Diario   de  La TVfarima  as follows:     Some people admit the  present rebellion as over.   We' do not  will bo a failure. Jn the fewest  words intervention would mean the'  loss, or at least, the dnninuation of  its expense, the lack of intervention  were thc war to continue long would  be equivalent to th"e amount ol guarantees which . up lo the present induced foroig'n capitalists to invest  their   fund.s in  Cuba.  If instead of warranting peace, solvency and security in Cuba, the  Piatt ai'iicndment is to be restricted solely lo the protection of American mteiv.^ls, it is 'almost' certain  "English, American ami Spanish money would have not libcn invested in  Cuba in such amounts as they have  boon    during Uio  past  year."  For entry blanks, Prize L'isls and other information, Address,  A- J, Morley, Mayor, {resident J. E. Smart, Secretay;  91 IMIiilll  am.  ICE!    ICE!    ICE!  \   Will be Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders must be In by eleven o'clock on day'of Delivety,  HILBER T  Union  Co  * Limited  | NANAI5VIQ3, B. C.  W. SILER.  GENERAL LXPRESS AND  DELIYERY  WORK PROMPTLY DO"- "   \  Lear* orders at tbe Abbotsford.  NOTICE.  I will not be responsible for   any  debts   contracted    by    Oscar Motti-  shaw without my written order.  S.  MOTTISIIAW.  Nanaimo,  B.C., August 22, 190C.  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 Diarrhoes Remedy is at  hand. A doso oi this remedy wi!\  relieve the patient before the doctoi  could arrive. It has never been  known to fail, even in the most severe and dangerous cases and no family should be without it. For sale  by the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  STlJ.VU   HEATED  PtlKNI SHnu     ROOMS  BARISXIPPI.IIiD WITM BKf "J.*  WINI<*6.,JI.IQnOK.S, CIGAKS  Synopsis of  Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Dominion Lauds  within the Railway Belt in British  Columbia, uiay bt homestcaded by  any person who is the sole head of  a family, or any Q^10 overcghtcen  years ol age, to the extent ol one-  quarter section ol ICO j acres, more  or leBS. -  Entry must be made personally at  the local land oflice for the district  In which the land is situate,  The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith ; under one Ol the following  plans:  (1) At least six' months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for three years.  (2) If the fatker, (or mother, if the  father Is deceased), of the homesteader reside* upon a farm in fche vicinity of the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may he  satisfied by such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has   his perman- BAYNES, Proprietor,  ent residence upon farming land own-       _ Vancouver n  C  ed by Mm In tbe vicinity of his home ABB0 rT ST> VANCOUVER B, C.  steai, the requirements as to residence may bo satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  ��������� Six m'onthe' notice v in writing  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at J10  per acre for soft coal,and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be aofquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the  rate of ten cents pec ton of 2,000  pounds shall be collected on the  gross output.  'W.  W.   CORY,  Deputy of  the Minister-of Interior  BOOTS & SHOES  REPAIRED-  J. A. REED, .  ^      Roberts St.    Near 5th, Ave.      ������<  ZSL SUULSUUL JUUUU  ABBOTSFORD  SHOWED HE  The crowd,  surprised at Stolypin's  '    HAD  NERVE couraSe������silenUy  ���������*-������&   away.  j   The  Daily  Telegraph's   St.   Peters-  "~~~ burg   correspondent   commenting   on  London, Aug. 27.���������An interesting the outrage says: "Ko political re-  story is told of M. Stolypin, the Rus forms can heal the present moral  sian     premior,     am attempt    to, kill gangrene  which is    eating  away the  whom on    Saturday    resulted in the ^  of  the  nation-      -Political  mot- ���������  iyes play hardly any part in thc cp-  dctith  of  thirty-two  persons  and  the  ...,,.  idemic     of  loathsome    crimes.     The  maiming  of many others.'   AVhcn   he ideas of righL and wrong  anj v,holly  was governor of Saratov, the super- pervei-tcd. Bestiality and humanity  intundant of police there was being are now struggling for the upper  attacked by a mob for carrying ��������� out hand,    and the   chances    are on tha  side of bestiality.    If the Conservative fDemocratics were in power tomor  ! row the epidotnic of crime would con.  ,tinue for the struggle is not between  this party or that,  but between rascaldom and man  of law and order.   o   A despatch to Tne Herald last evening from Cincinnati Ohio, stated  choice but to carry them out. It was|t])at tho Corinthians of England do-  L alone who Msuod them, and here I feated tho Cincinnati team at football   by the score of  19 to 9.  orders, which aroused their resentment. Stolypin seeing what was happening rushed up between tb* super-  mtendant and the angry crowd exclaiming: "it" you want to kill the  responsible official it is I. The sup-  erieiutendant is but doing his duty  cxccutijng    my orders.      Ilo had    no  NOTICE  From this . date the undersigned  will not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on a  written orher signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V.   I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  NTon Personal Liability.  V>tnrla. B. C. M������\  18tfc. ���������*���������������������������������������.  -*-  Starboarded��������� Yes, he'fi the .boarding house wit. He gets a rebate  from his landlady.  Hallroom���������Why?  Starboaivler���������lie tells such funny  stories that the other boarders cannot eat for laiAjjhinjr-.��������� PJiilfaAclpfcia  Record.  A. J.jMcAlURTRIE, Proprietor  Newly 1'itted up and  Furnished  LADYSMITH,    . C  Good tables and good  Rooms  This Hotel has   been completely       renovated.  Board aid lodgisg $1.00 per dky.  HOTEL   PRETORIA  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied with  the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Katoa .fl.25 and$1.50���������  Fre to all steamboat landings and  railway depots. Electric care every five  minutes to all parts of the. city. Bar  and table unexcelled.  ���������p  YOU   WANT  AQOOD ���������-  First Class   Meal  CALL AT���������"."'";  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAtS OPEN FIRST AVENUE.  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WQRKi  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on Roberts   Street on'  oay Water    Rates, between the 10th    and the 25th of each month.  Office Hours I P. HI. 4,30  T, j BLAND,,  SUPERINTENDENT.  Unscrupulous dealers have  been known to place inferior .-j  lioots in our cartoons and represent them as "LECKIE  BOOTS." Don't be imposed  upon.      There  are    no   others  "JUST AS GOOD."  The above trade mark is indelibly branded on the sole  of every genuine "LECKIE  HOOT." It stands for ALL  LEATHER BOOTS made to  resist the roughest western  wear.  Ask     for   and INSIST upon  getting LECKIE BOOTS.  Manufactured by  J. LECKIE Go. Ltd  VANCOUVER,   B- B.    '  1  i  $ TNECq$ROSTAS<tE,V<������AY.'  Ticket and Freight  Office, .75  Government Street.  Tanscontinental  Trains Daily  The New. Train  03IEN r   AL LIMITED  T*e Train of  Ease,   Eleganco,  Excellence.  Every  mile  a  picture,    and  no smoke to spoil the   view.  Through Compartment,   Observation and  Pullman  Sleepers;    also    Through    Tourist  Cars to Chicago.  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty  Union     Terminals   with   all  Steamer lines.  Berth reservations by wirel  Great Northern S.S. Co. .  FOR JAPAN ,AND CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for Japan and China ports at fre-  quenr dates. Exact sailing  . dates can be secured upon application to any Great Northern representative.  S. G.  YERKES,  A.G.P.A.,   Seattle, Wash.  E. R. STEPHEN,  Gen.  Agent,   Victoria. B.C. /���������( WvTJ. < ( ������**������ jJV   > 1    I   *3,f (.   J������-������U������iA������J   ���������  1 -l*T-Ji"W*.3.,������^z*������J'v^-*XJaxdJ' tw.  ������������Hfntttniti wunmdnm  r  ^vrr.irr^ dger  I Always On  Hand |  fBICKLE'Sf  | Best of (Groceries |  $ A Large Stock of ������  | DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES j  S That Can' Be Beat #  5mith, Fotos,  That's All!  Local [terns  been paid in, it might be as well  ���������for the Secretary to^ notify the delinquents, perchance the matter has  been overlooked.     ,  CITIZEN.  Mr. and Mrs. Mciss returned ' from  Nanaimo on tbe morning train.  Mr. A. J. McMurtrie 'was a passenger to     Nanaimo,at noon. iJ  ''��������� Mrs. Jas. Provan is inr Nana".mo  this afternoon, having gone up at  noon.  Rev. Dr. Bryce, who .will lecture  in the Presbyterian church this evening, arrived on the noon train,, and  is' the guest of Rev. R. Boyle.  A Hindoo correspondent of thc Pro  vince writing from Hongkong , says  that the best ' way to keep down the  nflux of the "wild and unskilled Indian," is to keep the wages paid  him down to something like, the same  that the laboi ci would get at home.  He mentions Jfi.UO per month as thc  outside amount.  Messrs. T. Burnside and E. Ross,  of Vancouver, and Mr. H. Schaad of  Norway, are registered at;the Ab-  botsford hotel, today.  London, Aug. 29.���������Thc. resident medical officer of University college bos  pital says the amount of alcohol  prescribed by hospital doctors is a  j steadily diminishing quantity. The  oflicial oi.Ciuys hospital says during  1905 when there were S,G2G in-patients the expenditure on malt liquors was only a.!), in 189C with ii,~  500 in-patients the expenditure was  ������17. At one time beer was considered as an ordinary part ol, a patient's diet, but it was not now.  Plans are in contemplation by tbe  C.P.R. which will alter the appearance of the local yards and station  considerably. -Just what these  changes will be have not yet been  made public.  The arrival of the caboose and engine from Extebsion this forenoon,  brought several1 persons to the railway track, as it was thought an accident had occurred at the mine.  The caboose had come clown to meet  the noon train, however, on which  were a party of two gentlemen and  a lady, who are paying the mines a  ���������visit.  JAPANESE POACFIERS.  There is not likely to be any serious trouble over the killing of several Japanc*.tj poachers on .the fishing  and sealing grounds of the extreme  Aleutian islands, within tho territorial waters of the United States 'or  on its soil., The poachers were engaged in the actual violation of thc;  laws of the United States made for  the protection of American property.1  Their resistance to arrest seems to  have made it impossible \o arrest  the offenders without firing on them.  ln any case,'the relations of 1 lie two  governments are so entirely  friendly  Wemakea specialty of  this class of Suits for the  little Toddler-Just when'  he is ready to gel out of  his dresses, thoy are the  Correct Thing to put him  in ���������From 2 to 5 Years  SPORTS GROUND  ' SUBSCRIPTION LIST.  Hugh Thornley.  N. A. Morrison.   u"  T, O'Connell.  J. Sanderson. -  J.  Eno.  D. O'Connell.        ,      <,  J.  C. Gillespie. v  Win. Sanderson.        * '*  R. McMillan,  W. S. Morrison.  Jas.r Adam. '     '  James Dunbar.   ,  John O'Connell,  C. Hewlett.  MSd. Leahy,  W.  Akenhead.  '<>>���������������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������+ ���������������������������*���������������*���������������������������������������������������������������  4        SCHOOL DAYS  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  iWWWVVWUWwww^^^/  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars  "*"    ������������������ land cordial that the   .atis'iolorv ad-  The stumping machine, at work on \ justment of thc rffair may  !<e   laker  Second Avenue,  is doing good work, i for granted.  and is attracting Crnany people    to j    Our legal light to keep the fisher-  the scene'of operation throughout thc, res wiihin our national waters, three  miles from oui coast line, cv.br.iveiy for Ike enioyment of < ur nwu citizens is perfectly clear, and ir; universally recognised as we i:i tu:n  recognized rights in the case of other  countries. The sliict and severe exorcise of this right has often led io  L-reat disturbance, fur lhe ii*-hf*:ics  aie exceedingly nttrac ive to a hardy and adventurous ('ass, who rc-  g.nd rapture  i*.linii'ut    as    r  day. As yet it has not been ncces  saiy to put on the heavy gearing,  which is used for the ''Big Ones,"  thc engine alone doing all the pulling necessary. The work has already made a marked improvement  in the appearance of the street.  purchasing country and it has valuable manufactured goods- to exchange. It was. consequent^, interesting to inquire of Mr. Darimont  of Brussels, who is staying at the  Royal Alexandra, what the chances  of trade were between llie two countries.  Mr. Darimont gave a review of Bel  gium's trade, 'which, on a smaller  scale, much resembles England's and  said if commerce v������as to be prompted Canada must open her doors a  little wider. He had travelled  through the west, was charmed with  the Rockies, and enjoyed thc rolling  plains of Alberta,  appreciate  DEPARTMENT    OF   PUBLIC  WORKS CANADA  Tenders for Goal  ' -* i  f  .Sealed lendcis, addressed to Ihcun  dersigncd, and endorsed "Tender for  Coal," will be received'at the Resident Qlngiiwer's Oflice, New Westminster, up to noon on Friday, the  31st inst., for the supply of coal  required for the Esquimalt Graving  Dock and in connection with Victoria Harbor woiks up to the end of tho  present fiscal year on the 31st of  March, 1907.   ' '      ,  The coal must be a British'Columbia product, lump or washed nut,  and' delivered' jn such quantities as  may be required���������that for the Esquimau Graving .Dock to1 be delivered  and stored in bunkers in , Dockyard,  anil that for the dredge "Mud Lark"  to be delivered in lots of 150 and  200 tons at the Government wharf,  Victoria Ilcrbor, on scows furnished  hy thc Department of Public Works,  the towing to be done by the Con-,  tractor.  The lowest or .any tender will not  necessarily be accepted.  IK, A.   KEEPER,     v  Resident  Engineer.  Resident Engineer's office.  New Westminster, B.^C,  lf������1.li   August,  1!)0G.'  NOTICE  Boots and Shoes made and rcpair-  I ed. Contracts taken for clearing  ' laud.  1 HOP SINU  'FLETCHER BLDQ. ist. AVENUE  but he did     not  dead level  flatness .of  The Dunwric, which is lying at Hie  "T" wharf, has on 875 tons of ..."ok  ed coal, and will take on aimth">  125 tons, after which she -aill le.,\i  for Chcinainus, wheie she will t..,n-  plete her cargo with lumber. Tlie  Wellington is expected lo con;.'oilier cargo tomorrow evening, v hen  she will clear for Portland. 'I fc" -1-  bion and 'scow, and Native and cov.  called in  for coal today.  .'.*,  of    then  .Li in  of   He  :ne  .nil)   im!^  ii   iM.iriciscu,  .nd e\i!i worse pun-  ,*il of the ordinary  call in ;. The most  Aleuti. a islands are  _ ne.;n*v Japan than  and   it is not    sur-  Auii  2X,  '0i.  Ladysmith,  Editor Ledger:  Sir,���������Has there been a final meet-,  ing of tho First of July Celebris I'j.m  Committee? If so I failed! to see  it in the ��������� paper. It is now two  wnonths since the celebration and 1,)>,-  final accounts have not been ni.ide  public.     If all  donations    have    iini.  ilie* ./.ip.'ncse fisheimen  should   encroach     upon  closi'h .vntched, and we  lh.it  the Japanese gov-  ���������:. inu,   I'm I  ..'I     M   il.'IS  lilCI.I    UI it"-.',  ,i ie oiii" dent  ei "i'".1, .'.o fai fioui seeking to  " i. ��������� I'.m'.-le for (he Tinted Slates,  vv,:. ���������...-.iu'. a ie lo secure our lights  v.'i!'..- i;1   ''rid ion.��������� New York Times.  MAN VIEW OF  WESTERN 'CANADA  ii'iii���������one in" the densest-popu-  *:lilies . in   Europe���������is  a wheat  A !!!���������:  !:������������������������  ''v--H������ii*jra ttfiritimy   *"+������%t*&^ "2^  tmc  I' .Upton's .Cboke. P:e  *^M| ���������W^Btfll��������� Hill uilluLimiid m^<;t  -r^m A Nice Assortment of Ibesego.-.d's  3J Consisting   of    ihe   .V'oli'.wiu.^  *=JJ    Cho*w Chow          ...,;5c. Bottle S^  ^5   Choice   Mixed     "       ������������ " ������f*  Walnuts     "        * &:.  White Onions     "       " tzs������  fiherkiii's . -    ��������� ��������� ��������� ,,        ., tJ������l  Valid IV 111   o , .. ������������������*���������(���������, .������*���������.(*���������>���������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������    ���������������>>������������������������.. , ,   , ���������-  PUT UP IN GLASS BOTTLES WITH I.', 1; N V STOPPERS    Sl^  k������  SUA  NE 1SETTER^:.3SSS ^    __   . mi   . DAM  the  Manitoba.  lie regarded the future of Canada  as a bright one. As far as he was  able to judge the government, in  their publications, had not over-estimated its resources. If he were  asked for information on his return  to Em ope by an intending settlor,  he should certainly advise settlement  in this country. There was a large  capital in the laud, a great part of  which was lying idle for want of  men. lie thought it would not be  long before lhe population of the  Dominion was double what it was to  day.  Mi;., Darimont is on thc lookout for  hardware goods, in the agricultural  implement line especially, to export  to his  own country.  FIGHT WITH  BURGLARS  If you want  NOTICE.  a good cook, apply to  HOP LEE.  Owing to the S.hool Opening  I Shall be  OPEN THIS  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  arc commencing and every boy and girl should have  one ot our   SCHOOL  SH  185     Boys    Sweaters     1.50  ���������   -75  now  $125  $1,00  .50  200 Pairs Boy's Tweed Pants  reduced tb 85c. 65c. & 50c.  Boys Tweed Caps from,25c. to  65c. each  Boys & Girls.Hosiery and Underwear at reduced price  .     -" ,  6imm %ehm  9  LIMITED  ��������� ���������  ���������  ������? When ordering your MEAT don't forget to ^  jt: call oh us.   We keep nothing*  but the BEST ---5  ^ that the Market can afford  and guarantee zs.  E SATISFACTION                                                      3  I ROLLED -CHI BEEF  A Specialty  \l f-tt. IB. 1  E A. HOWE ' 1  ������ ,".' MEAT   MARKET 2  ^uJUJUttUUlUJUJlUiUUitt JlWtUWilUlUlWWUiUMMlWK  "Smith," "Clabrough,"  "Parker," "Remington''  and "Winchester" Guns  FULL    STOCK  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  San Francisco, .Aug. 20.��������� In a ba.r-  tlc with three hurglars at .*>ix1,h ?ml  Bryant streets at .1 o'clock thrs  morning, Howard Paulson, a nltflit  watchman, was dangci'Dir-iiy founded  hut before he fell fainting from the  loss of blood, he sent a bullet after  his fleeing assailants which ���������"���������ronght  one of them down, fatally injure;!.  :JUUL������JUL������SLX.  Notice  W. Q- Fraser  Merchant Tailor s  FIRST   AVENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit andrto your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  ���������gy;ggsEgg-Hagaira������g^^  9  Minard's  Oows.  Liniment Cures   Oarget in  FOR SALE  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE  and BOX OF TOOLS at  MRS. J.H.TAfE,  NEAR SHINGLE MIL!,  Friday Afternoon, 2 P. M.  Mitard'-  l.lnimcnt cures Distemper.  ���������     Tomorrow we will be able to supply you with the finest cuts of  ���������a  ������  REST YOUR EYES  If your eyes tire easily, you need glasses. Docs the type become  blurred? Jf'so you need glases. If your eyes burn, you need  glasses. Do you suffer from headaches? If ..so, glasses will help  you. If you have any o'f the above symptoms, let us examine  your eyes and fit you with glasses that will give you. relief.  We make no charge for examination and    can supply you   with  GLASSES  FROM $i.5o AND UP .  B. FORCIMriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  E. G. PAN NELL  CATACRE ST.       LADYSMITH  0  '���������������o*o������������4������������*4Mtetit������e '���������'���������'������������������4������oi������ ���������������������������������������������������'*������������������*������������������������������  Wc arc still in tfrts Wall Paper nnd  Paint Business, and are selling slathers of it, which shows that our  prices are right and give gjbod satisfaction.  If you wish to do your own Painting or Paper-hanging, make your  Picture Frames and Furniture look  new, come and have a talk with us;  and we will cheerfully give you any  information that you desire and  make your task easy.  Smoke a Big B Cigar.  Dr. Dier can be found *t any time  at his office on Gatacre street. His  dental work ia guaranteed to be first-  class, and rates reasonable-  Smoke Little B Cigars.  LOST���������On Aug. 7, rough-coated Airedale terrier, black back with tan  head and legs; tail docked. Anyone  returning same to the Baiik, will  be rcqarded.  - *<������������������������-���������������\-'V  CAIMC  BS  DESIGNS        ,]  TRADE^MAHKS   i  AND COPYRIGHTS '  OCTAi'NEO.      j  AS TO PSTENTABIL'TY IP"SJ If" 8^ ']  WAN PAPFR nFPOT [s^^s^^u  lini-L   I ni Lll   UU UI  / ^ Charges moderate. No fes till patent iaseenred. !  l,������������������������������������ u_���������     n������-_H;���������������-��������� ll_    Letters strictly conlidentinl.   Address.       1  Harry Kay, Proprietor       [ Ls^issssLShua^^^

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