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Array Daily  VOL.,2  MONDAY, AUG. 27, 1906.  /  PRICE FJVB CENTS  MAUDIE PARROT  ATTEMPS SUICIDE  -%���������-������*-4>^-  "Nobody cares for me; and I, want  beneath the waves  tOfdie," was the statement made by  16-ycar-old' Maudie Parrott last! evening after she had with great difficulty been, dragged from thc inh-l  by Mr. Leonard Ingham and placed  in a row-boat from wliich she had  without any previous warning jumped.  The boating   party    consisted    of  .the Misses McMillan and Miss   Parrott, Messrs. Ingham,  Morgan     and  Hughes.     They had spent-a pleasant,  ,evening on the inlet,  and  were -  i c-  turning    h-ame    about     ten o'clock.  When they nearcd thc Transfer wharf  Miss Parrott stood up in thc   boat,  and was  warned by her companions  that she should    keep still, as     she  ���������  might upset the craft.  ' One of    the  . girls invited her to take a   seat bedside her,   which,  with apparent     reluctance,  she finally did. -  However,  Mr. Leonard liighaun, who had his  coat oh and was working at the  oars at thc ,, time, immediately  sprang overl/jard    and soon reached  the struggling girl. By this tune  great conrusiou prevailed iu the^ioat  and in the excitement somebody  took the oars "and started for shore  -or more help, leaving the rescuer  and the gurl in the water. 'lhe  .snouts oi Mr. Ingham to come buck  with the boat, however, had the de-  siied ellect, arid the two were pielt-  crLup just in .time, as they hadf^ii  struggling in Uio water tor several  minutes.  Upon being .placed in the boat  again the girl was asked why- she  had attempted to diown herself.  She, expressed , herself as very sorry  that she  had not     succeeded,     and  the",temptation,to put an end to her staled that she" would yet accoui-  life was too strong, and after idly Pll*>i| her end. She said that she  drawing her hand through thc wa-, had had trouble at, her home which  ter several times, while the rest of, *������ in Nanaimo, and Iwjr '.'mother hail  the  party   .were  singing,     thc     gii 1 j put her oui."  suddenly stood up and without "a ��������� "Anyway," .she added,, pathetical-  ���������moment's hesitation this time sprangi ly, "nobpd-y; cares ior no/ and I want  clear  of    the  boat  and  disappeared   to die."   ���������  ALONE ON HER  WEDDING TRIP  Conconully, Aug. 27.���������Mrs. Roy A.  Hayes, of Conconully, is making her  wedding tour alone. Her hu^l'lawl of  three days -is pining in the county  jail, charged with obtaining money;  under false .pretenses. She had continued the journey that they planned to make'together before*iiiVcruel  retribution stepped between them.  ���������Mrs.-Hayes was Mrs. Serepta Stul-  INDIANS  MCKlNG HOPS  MCUBEN ATTEMPTS  TO MURDER  [QiltMiyiW  -^���������~  Mail advices from Ashcroft, dated  Saturday, says that a stabbing affair took piacc ou Thursday morning at lhe section house about 3  miles east of Ashcroft..  It appears that thc man' who did  the , staLping, Win." McLaren by  name, is, a simple sort of a fellow,  and it had been the practice of, Albeit Dow, the foreman, to make him,  the subject of all kinds of practical  jokes, many ot jthem approaching the  brutal, especially when it is considered that JvlcLaren is not as well  equipped men tally, as his fellows.  This had been going on Lor some  time and McLaren had brooded over  them until .Thursday morning when  he arose, thc knowledge that perhaps that day was < to pass as the  previous ones had full of humiliation and misery for him, and the  sight of his' tormentor lying ��������� helpless in bed, drove lain to a frenzy  and he threw himself on Dow with  his open pocket knife and before thc  Utter was thoroughly awake had iu-  liicted nine slabs and gashes. Thiee  of thc stabs are iu the arm, one in  the hand, aud no less than live on  the head, one near the temple came  dangerously close to the eye. After  he had inUicted the wounds on Dow,  the would-be murderer, fled to the  hills.   '  The news of the attempted murder  PIPPED TO w������  ^ JL^OCAL MAN "WINS   ���������  IN VICTORIA  -New "tons Auj;. li.>���������Thirty J curtail orpliaLls ll'OUi UlisMa,, wuose pai  ������IUfc>       WClU       MUlU     111     Jliua.*>.lLlUti .J,  uuessa and oilier luisaian ttuus o.  Lynns anu.ed loirai lioni iuuropi  ou Lire bkcuihur Aurciiivn.  inure were ic-u Doys, und LWiiiii  gulls 'ia lhe group, llie oewrsu so^.-  icLies oi -New ion*, will la'-c care ui  lhe    children. '  uebecca Ss. MolesisUi, aged ts\elve  years oi the Jewish orpnuiis loiti  al Kills isluud how her parent** weie  whipped to deatJi, by Cossacks in  lhe public Stpiart* at ivisluaicli. 'Jo  an. interpreter .she loul the lolloping stoiy:' Aly latlier was a tinsmith and he had done something  to'.make the Jcussiau soldiois cross  with him. They came lo our hoaue  and beat mi mother so hind that  she cried, They bay nii I'atliei' came  home and struck tunc of Uio soldiers,  who went away. That evening u  do/.en Cossacks came to our lioii"sc  again and looR. my rather aud ino<-h  er away. 1 -and m.\ little brother  ���������Josef followed them. Josef is only  six years ^old. On tlie \uj    to  me  market place where ihei linally  beat my parents, they bound my  mother and lather iumul and feet,  back to back. ���������' They, topic great  whips and boat them both across  the face und body and each ���������time they  fell down they picU.il them up a-  gain and beat them the u������o'"e. When  my brother and i tried lo yet to  where     my parents     were,    llie   sol-  -*���������**-  \. was brought to town by the section  Ottawa,   Auy.   23���������Hie iJntish Col   men and Policeman Burr left iinunu-  "uini.>ia jYfc,onc^    oo.,   wiiii a piopo������������.u J diately accompanied  by  Dr.   Sanson,  carnal  oi ��������� *jd,wu,   nab  ucou  nicoi-j'or the scene>of the rash act.     Dow  porated,    'Ji'L! uicoipoivaoib   are   an I1'11'1 lbsL considerable blood-and tue  sec  pt*  that while the wounds were' nasty!1'01' th,oe da->'s ������"iL,10Ut {ooti>  ones and likely to. be very-painful, which my brother died. The soldiers  none ol them were very, serious, so then told me to runaway. L found  he bandaged him up and brought out afterwards that my parent? were  him to  town where he is   doing very dead."  eUbiei u  .lieu    auu  uie   lieail place     oi  business is Alontreal.  'lhe   iiuomaUonai    Alariiie      iiiii-nal  l-q., .. witli  -a .capual .ul   . .?,i ,^Ov>.o0O.  lute  ������|cen   iiiioipofuicd    ioi   tlie    iJitr-  dose    ol  iiianulaciurmg    and    selling  uir ldudb   of aids   to naN igation. anu  man    until    last Saturday   evening. 'm^^^   ^hich might be lecpureu xu.  'this connection, a*, well a& lnaiiMla^-  tui'.ulg and producing eatciuni carbide  and electricil*> ami pneumatic power  inoihe   power.      The     incorporators  Then Roy Hayes gave her his name  and fortune, the latter consisting,' of.  fifteen dollars which he had secured,  it is alleged, by "false and mislead-,  ing statements, made with the intcn !Xor   Lli������   purl'oso ql  U������h> a,lU ho,a'  \\ iison,    Kng'iueor,  ijittle,      ltai'i'iibtei',  -���������ction' house looked like a slaughter llie,s   drageetl   them   away   and    be-  L*n.       The    doctor,  however,  lounu cau8e l s^*"'wc*   Lhyi' locked'us   up  alter  .loc Cartwright, well known here  as one of the fastest local swim-  .ner's, won the Premier's medal at  Victoria on Saturday by coming in  iiist in the rescue race. In this race  the contestants were obliged to  jump into thc water with all < their  clothes on, swim one hundred feet,  and rescue a man, bringing him/bjick  to the starting point. Mr. ;Cart-  wrifegil hud his man black in just 411  seconds, and his skill and splendid  swimming were greeted with great  applause by the large/ crowd iu; attendance.  Mr. Cartwright intended to enter  the ' 100-yard championship race also  but was prevented from doing this  owing to,the fact that it was pulled oil immediately after the rescue  race, and he did not have suflicient  time to change his' clothes and reach  the starting point. Pie states, however,    that    judging from the    time  silver'cup, which was'the prize.  The Colonist of yesterday, in  speaking of the relay and 100 yard  races,  says:  "Three teams put in appearance  fro the relay race, and this item  was the finest display of speed in  swimming ever seen in British Columbia. The first beat gave the Y.  M.C.A. a lead of 3 yards, but this  was' lost in the second heat which  ended with St. Clair's team about  one yard ahead, but finally the race  was won fairly by the representatives of Salt Spring Island, who  showtn. t rhe spectators something  very unusual. Tne;- used the Australian crawl stroke and for speed  for a short distance they'demonstra  ted that no other stroke can com-'  pare with it.  The 100 yards race for the provincial championship was won' by "Godfrey, but through some misunderstanding neither the Salt Spring'.nor  made by thc winner, he could have;the Y.M.C.A. swimmers were repre-  won the event. De is also of the sented and it cannot hje taken as de.  opinion Mat had the other boys ciding the championship. The win-  who originally intended to accom-Jncr is a very speedy swimmer, 'and  pany him for the purpose of enter-'had as ant opponent Austin, of Van-  ing the relay race, been present, he ' couver, who, it is stated, has held  thought the Ladysmith team could the championship for several ^years,  have  won    out,  and carried off the but Godfrey' won by about * a yard.  well.  tion to deceive and defraud, of   one.  'are   'Jnomas    1.  Lute Morris; of the state and coun-|UUa'Ma<'   LL    A  ty,". and so forth.    Lute Morris sent! Woodstock,  Out.,; A,   At. Scott,   Oi-  a deputy sheriff after tho honeymoon \ Uffa>;   tua Mrs.   Wilson aivd Mrs. Lit  ers,  who were    caught  up  with - at-tie.    Tlie head oiticc will be m    Ot-  Malott,  and  Hayes bridegroom,   was J ta.wa.  brought  back and,  in lieu    of     bail, '    The secretary   of the state has ro-  was placed in the county's prison.  Roy Hayes had won his bride with  his fists. He had a rival in ,the per  son of'a young miner who aspired  lo her affections, and several weeks  ago they fought a fistic duel to decide the matter on one of the ir-.uii  streets of the town. The battle  was ended when Hayes got his antagonist's finger between his teeth  whioh are remarkably good  teeth.  The wedding and its'..sequel will  also termina'fce another case -which  has been watched with a great deal  of interest iby the people of this  part of the county. The Stutsman  homestead is one of the fine meii-  dow farms on thc west fork of the  Salmon river, and valuable. It was  taken up by Henry Stutsman, the  then husMand of Mrs. Hayes, some  five years ago. Henry Stutsman  went away, wljiaivdoning the farm  and his wife, and she began a contest for -the,homo. She alleged,  that Stutsman hnd already securer!  two homesteads from the government by fraud, and this was his  third attempt to secure free land.  The contest was decided last week,  hy the Watervillc land, office, ag-ainst  Mrs. Stutsman. She at once made,  a new filing, claiming- thn'-t" 1he  homestead was now open, Henry  Stutsman having abandoned it, She  mailed her papers to the Watervillc  land office. .,,  Clarence Starr is Mrs. Stutsman's  son-in-law. He also had an eye. on  the Stutsman homestead and his papers were ready for filing." as soon as  were Mrs. Stutsman's." He did not  wait for the mail, hut mounted a  horse and made the journey to Watervillc 'by relay riding. He beat  the mail by half a day and his tapers were, in the land office while his  mother-in-law's were in Uocle Sam's  sack many miles away.  The land offite rejected both filings.    It was too much of a   family  cuivcd an otici- from a Calgary  man lo supply the JS moose whit,h  tho premier* of New Zealand has  asked tho govurnment to procure  ���������lor  that    colony.  A mil ilia order sai.s". "Swords arc  to be worn b.) oflicers 'at all times  when on duly and on parade with  men bearing ai'm-f. except at musketry ami artillery practice. At iiold  manoeuvres', commanding oll'cors niivy  purniit carbines Ui be carried iur-  'Stead of swords,'provided that, all ol'-  hcers of the   unit  turn out alike."  The direction McLaren had gone  was; pointed out to Constable Burr  who immediately started in pursuit,  soon overtaking him, aud compelling  hi in to halt, handcuiled hran and  brought him back lo town where he  appeared Thursday "belore Francis  Webb, J.P., who committed him for  trial.  \ ester day he was up before Judge  Cornwall and electing for speedy  trial.  This ought to be a lesson to Dow  lo tieat in future the men working  underlain with more consideration,  no matter what their mental equipment may be.  BEAR IN HIS BEDROOM.  ���������Judge Alf. L: Currcy, of Baker  City, Ore, is the hero of a' hear  fight. ( 'With , no weapon but a spado  the judge'is  credited  with . driving  A HEAVY  HOP CROP  ���������  ��������� -������������������������������   New Westminster,, Aug. 27.��������� 'Government Agent C, 0. Fisher has rer  turned from an official visit to Chilli wack. He says that the liHle  town is booming and that *.l the  hotel accommodation is taxed to the  uttermost. No vacant houses- are  available and a large number of residences   are in    course of construe-  the hear away and saving the    life  of  John lliertoii,  near  whose   cabin   t'lon.-" The packing of fruit is W)iug  extensively carried on, and thc   out-  on Rock ("reck the Baker City magistrate was camped. Illcrtou-awoke  Saturday morning just before daylight to find a huge black hear in  his ������������������cabin, states one report, i The  aninial. was foraging and sniffed inquisitively at (he sleeping innn. It  woke him  up.  With a ho.wl heard by ��������� every camper in ,(hc rcghon, Illcrton tried to escape the animal Rliich proposed to  have a bile of the man himself.  The howl arose Judge Currey, who  hurried to thc rescue. He seized a  shovel and belabored the beast, while  Ulerton mana-god to recuperate,  seize a pick and fight. Between the  two they drove the bear oft".  After it was over the men found  guns and attempted to give chascy  but they didn't "kill the bar."  affair and   too  complicated   for thent  to unravel, atnd they threw tli^' raincfcl  put this season will be the largest  on record. The fruit exporters have  secured the use of one of the exhibition buildings and have en-gaged a  number of expert fruit packers who  are giving their entire attention to  the work of packing the fruit for  export.  The Sardis and Chilliwack hop  fields are alive with pickers, ,and the  Horst Hop company alone has at  thc present time over a thousand  Indians at work in its. hop fields.  The crop this year is a very heavy  one and there is an excellent demand and good price in the American market for the product.  A'biout 200 Indians are 'camped at  Steveston a-n.il will arrive sometime  today to swell the already large  number of Indians encaimped along  thc water front. The Beaver will  make a special trip to Agassiz from  open for settlement.     It was   snap- ��������� ........      ��������� f   +. ,rI   ��������� . . , .  .,,        ������������������,   this city,  for thc purpose ol   taking  ped up  at once by  an outsider,   and. "        ,,���������,.������������������������* -u ���������    +*,������  11 - a  load     of    Indians to work in the  Mrs. Stutsman    forgot   her     disap-i  pointment in a short wedded bliss,    j  1-1 lil liS  TO  $100,000,000.   *   Waukesha, Wis., Aug. 27.��������� Residents oi tins city claim lo be hen's  ol thc estate^of the late Michael  Roup, a brewer of (iermauy, who  left a fortune said to amount lo  nearly $.100,000,000. Edward Roup  of Buffalo, came heie yesterday, and  uCtei consulting with him, the Waukesha hens signed alhd.iwts aflirrn-  mg their kinship with thc deceased  biewcr. There are said Lo be 13  shares in all. The German ambassador in Washington communicated  with the heirs aud says the estate  is bona  tide.  . OOR LLCK  BRlTlSnNAVY  Chathauu, Eng-., Aug. 25��������� The  trials of.tho new lirst class battle  'ship Africa of 10,350 loins have been  postponed owing- to some minor defects having- developed. This is the  latest iu a run of extraordinary ill  luck which has been attending- the  British navy recently, .and which tlie  advocates of a strong navy arc using- to urge tho Admiralty to a-  dopt a more forward policy. Besides  tho Africa no less than sevun battle ships have boon, placed out of  action  within    a few months.  WEYBURN FATALITY  ���������*r���������  Wcyburn,   Saslc,   Aug.   27.���������The funeral   took  place here of   thc three-  year-old son of Mr. Harry     Loucks,  who resides   about   12   miles north-  LIGHTNINGS  RAVAGES   *������������������������   St..Thomas, Ont., Aug. ^7.���������Lightning this morning struck the residence of George Bradley, of Orwell,  doing considerable damage. Three  children had narrow escapes.. The  u.uiis of George Bag-nail, of Mount  oaieui, were also struck and con-  auiufu Willi ail their contents. The  u.uiis oi Urn. Taylor, ol TalttotvUie  weic sllucIc by lightning ou Sunday  auu consumcu. 'me Olus house <tt  onion was shuck yesterday aitci-  uuoii, aud ,'much uaanagc done. La-u,  jciincs' house and George Kaui-  nuii s barn near lieihi weie botu  siiuclc and dm rued to the ground.  i.)iulocii, Out., Aug. 'it. <��������� During  a severe electrical storm yesterday  .iilicmoon uic .house ot Mrs.. iGeorgq  .mines was struck by ligh-t-mugfaua  Loi.iliy dosUoycU hy me. 'lhe loss  is SnljOO, union is partly insured.  Niagara Kills, Ont., Aug. 27.��������� A  severe thunderstorm, which moved  c.isuuuti along LaKe Ontario yester-  dajj'yiiii'iiioon seems to have re00heu'j  its maximum al Grimsby park. The  iighiiinig was severe, lhe corner ol  the tabernacle being struck and the  building somewhat damaged. Trees  were struck and the electric light  system paraiyzed for ten hours. The  p.uk was ciowded with people, and  the teinlio storm caused something  of a  panic  SHOT BY  MISTAKE  Fargo, Minn., Aug. 27, ��������� Frank  Lake, .proprietor of a hotel here,  shot 0. M. Omstad, of Aneta, in  one leg, j and Chas. Mitchell in both  legs. Both men ,are in the.iospital.  Lake | was arrested. Mitchell was a  frequent' guest at Lake's and when  he met his friend at Moorehtead, the  latter was asked to share Mitchell's ���������  room.   The offer  was accepted,    and  after spending several hours at a  saloon they,went to Fargo to. the  hotel. The hour was so late that  they found thc hotel closed, and  started round to the hack door to  secure admission. Lake claims he  heard a racket, and thinking burglars were endeavoring to break into  the place, he b<*go.n to shoot, with  the above results. Lake has been  in several former shooting scrapes-  FINLAYSON  UP FOR TRIAL.  Toronto, Aug. 26.���������George Finlay-  son, .of thc Montreb.1 lacrosse team,  was compiitted for trial at this  morning's police court on a charge  of committingian aggravated assaultl  on Chailes Quarrie of the Tecum-  sehs iu the lecent match here. President ('ailing, of the Montreal club  ln this section consid- j furnished bail of $200 asked for "Fin-,  erab'le rain, fell and the tomato crop layson's appearance at the Septem-  will he ...slightly benefited, but grow- \ her session.    Medical''evidenoe" show  ers say  the late crop will be short.  CHINESE IN  VANCOUVER  Vancouver, Aug.. 25���������Whether or  not Canada is to have a sU-my of  papers published in English, but  controlled by Uhiacse may be questioned, but there is one fact certain  and that is that Vancouver is to  have a Chinese daily newspaper.  The '->fiicc is situated on Abbott  street, and the paper will be issued  in about two weeks. The press is  already installed and thc compositors are now  "dissmg" the cases.  When it is mentioned that there  are some 3000 characters to a ca9G  aud same    000,000  in  all,     printers  ed that Quarrie was. badly hurt, Iris  nose    and    ,mouth  requiring  several"  stitches.     "  west of. the town.        On Wednesday I  scd   to the   o(i characters    of    the  last the littlc.fellow was playing in j^,.^, alphabet wiU probably gasp.  ��������� Mr.   Fong   IMckman is matnager and  the stable with  a brother  about   a  year older than .himself, and IradoibH  tain-ed possession    of some matches, |  editor  of  the    Wa-Ying  Yat*iPo,      or  which  they  were lighting.     The hay | _  caught   fire  and  the llam-es  prcvent-  Chincse   Canadian     Daily newspaper,  'in   which    Mr.   Yip  Sang,  Loo   Gee,  hop gardens at that place.  ed the escape of; the younger lad.  who was burned to death. Three  horses were also 'burned to death,  and one fatally injured..  Wing, and others arc- Interested. Mr.  Four- Dickman said that the paper  would only publish "very good  news,"  BATTLE IN  3CSE-'....  BUFFALO  ***-���������  Buffalo, N.Y., Aug. 27.-Two families of Italians engaged in Wattle  on. Main street tonight. Two men  are dead and four are in the hospital with serious 'wounds. Some time  ago Fra-nk Sardinia had a fist fight  with Dominic Garcia. Bad bdood  had existed ever since between the  two,men and today Garcia and his  brother lay in wait for Sardinia,  who came along the street accompanied by his two brothers. The  Garciias stepped out to Confront the  Sardinias and the battle was on. It  was a Rattling mass of Italians for  a few minutes and then another Italian, Raphael Balstrie, interfered.  The peace-maker was so badly \stab-  hed that he died.  When the police arrived Frank! Sardinia lay dead in the street. Dominic Garcia fell, wounded -,many times,  and Sardinia's atidomen was laid  open.     Garcia is expected todie. PPfKPIP  1 jiilii.     ������tj.ij>lj,        _  THJ4 LADYSMITH DAILY   LEDGER  j.**-"  liif     DAILY   LCD6I-R  ������'i bllalMi  every   day   except Siuula*,  ii  every   day  -BY���������  THE DAILY LEDG-ER COMPANY.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One Year (1b aivanee) $9.00  One Month  -._. ... -  90 ceats  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  CX������m������FZ������8!P%32mmWm  trnM^jr^r^s^Ttz-mmtf^iimmVAmiTi  MONDAY,  Aug.   27,   1906  B.C. MINING- NOTES.  ' The manager of St. Eugene mine  has asked for one week more in  which to reconsider the request of  the mill men for an eight hour day  at present wages. He wishes to  confer first with the owners of the  Coeur d'Alenc mines. It seems that  the "Coeur d'Alene mine owners get  about $30 more a ton for their concentrates'than do those across the  border.  ���������*���������������*���������������������������.  T. H. Rea, superintendent, of the  Betts and Hesperous mines near  G-rand Forks, has returned from a  trip to Chicago where, he conferred  with the directors. As a resulL a  contract has li-een let for 1000 feet  of diamond drill  work.  Seven miners are employed at the  Gloucester group near Franklin. The  group was recently bonded hy , the  Dominion Copper company for $115,-  000.  "A Wholesome^Healthy I,iie Requires Whole  some Healthy Food''  , HERE ARE THREE OF THE BEST  B, S K. ROLLED OATS  B, & K. WHEAT FLAKES  NEMO Tj!E-j>ERFECT vS*9v  U', .      '  By using these Foods on alternate days,  you   get   a delightful change of diet.  SOLO   BY ALL  GROCERS  wsatmssmrnsswi  foot ledge with a heavy iron capping���������a formation similar to that  of the Coucr il'Alcnes. Mr. Wcmllcr  reports that the tunnel on the Green  Horn mountain properties owned by,  Saivdpoint people is in 52 feet and  is now ,in good concentrating galena  ore. 'it is expected 'the main ledge  ���������will be Lapped at'a depth of'100  feet within the next 20 feet.  THE WARDROBE  The market for the coke manufactured by the International Coal com  pany'is increasing. A contract has  been made wilh the Boundary Falls  Dominion Copper company smelter  to supply it with 200 tons of coke  a day for two years. Heretofore  the contract called for but 80 tons  a day.  Diamond drill work is to be begun this week on the Banner and  Aldie on Banner mountain, the properties recently b.oaded by F. Augustus I-Icinze. of Butte.  A. J. Wendler, who owns 'a group  or seven claims on Grouse mountain  in Garfield Bay district on 'Lake  Pend d'Orielle, has just returned  froni a trip to thc new camp. The  claims are    traversed by a   twelve-  mm  TRADE  MARK  ���������*0J  VVvJT��������� "*---,----"���������-���������������*&' ^,-r  i- f, ���������' *  /   ��������� 'V:.������>������^_ JSwC.  *--'-r.ii.v     ^--^ajSaSa**5*  Unscrupulous dealers have  been known to place inferior-  boots 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  LE \THEP. BOOTS made to  tesist the roughest wrstcrn  wear.  Ask     for   and INSIST upon  fteUing LECKIE BOOTS.  One of the most important -things  to be remembered in the care of  one's clothes is keeping the wardrobes and cuplioaid in which thay  , arc hull,!*, iu pei feet ordei and cleanliness, and above nil things, do not  forget llml they need fieifuont airing. On a sunny day the doors  should bo left open foi several houis  and the fresh an allowed to circulate thoioug'iily. A bottle of spirits of camphor, with the cork ie-  moved, may lie hung on a hook.  This will keep out mo Wis and give a  fresh clean odor to the" garments,  but not strong enough to make  them offensive when jworn. Cedar-  oil, if prefeired, may be'used in the  same w.xy. \ dress bodice should  never be pin, away  without airingi  ��������� o ___  A CLOTHES TREE.'  mm  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEIN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  And tlio Pilndp&l BiikIucbs Centers of    .  [ Ontario, Quebec, and.the  Maritime Provinces. ,  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Time Tallica, uic, udilroua  CEO. W. VAUX,  AsBlstunt ilcii'l l*ii9?i!iigor nrul Ticket Agent  135 ADAMS ST , CHICAGO, ILL.  . in    ^.^���������SZ     i   i . ���������������������������-��������� ���������*um ���������, i���������i.j  SUMMER  DIARRHOEA      *-   '  IN, CHILDREN  During the hot weather of lhe summer months the first unnatural loose  ness of a child's bowels should haw  immediate attention, | so as to cheel  the disease before it becomes serious  All that is necessary is a few iloses-  of Chamhlerlajn's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose  of castor oil to dense'the system  Rev. M. O. StocKland, Pastor of-tlu  first M.E. Church, Little Falls, Mln-  nesofs, writes: "We have used Chamberlain's CoIic,f Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and  find It a very valuable remedy, es-  pecl..lly lor summer disorders in children."   Sold by Ladysmith Pharmacy  __ i    Henry Elliott, Esq., of Shcrbrooke  N.S., Inspector and Supt. of Bridge  Construction for Nova Scotia, says:  "A    bottle    of MINARD'S   LINI-  i   i  JMENT cured me of a very severe  sprain of my leg, caused by a fall  while building a bridge at Dohcrty  Creek,  Cumberland Co."  & Nanaimo Railway  STEAlVlSHiP SCHEDULE  EFFECTIVE JULY, 18.  S.JO  Sails from Ladysmith for Vancouver every Turrj-day'at (i p'clock a.m.  Sails from Vancouver foi- Ladyarm th every   Monday    and    Tuesday, at  1:30 p. in. ...  Geo, L,. Courtney,  District. Passenger Agent  j  k Too in? fast?  >a  aun your'tickets  real  i  North Western Line  it*  The furniture of a sewing room  should always include a clothes tree  which may he purchased at small  expense. For hanging' unfinished  garments it is of the greatest use,  and, of course, there should he a  supply of coat hangers, which cost  only a few cents each. This is decidedly the best method of disposing of garments that are as yet in  unfinished stages. Quite often they  must be left with sleeves pinned in  or trimming pinned on in such a  way that it is most inconvenient to  fold ihem. If the clothes tree is  covered with .-(beets the garments  vill be quite as free from dust as  if folded in drawers.  jj Union-made Capital & Nugget Cigars  i   The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS wit* tlu  through trains fiom the Pacini  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LTNE, TF  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWES"  RATES,   THE FASTEST  TIME.  BETWEEN     ���������  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CIIV  CACIO,    OMAHA,    TENSAS  C1T *���������  and ALL POINTS HAST.  For complete  infm mation  ant- y<  local agent or wtlte,  S'. W. PARKER  Gtnsrsl   ^ff������������  t^JO 2ni Ave.. SfatH*.  NOTICE  From      this  date  the  undersigned  will not   be  responsible  for  any  Indebtedness     incurred except on      a  written order signed by the secretary  Rowland  Machrn.  V.   [.   EXPLORATION &   DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Vfotorfa.   R   O .   Wa*   lflth.  **������fi*  " NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply to the Board of Licensing Commissioners nt their next  sitting, (or a transfer of the retail  tiquoi yiViise now held by "me for  the Pi.in.ind Motel, Ladysmith, from  myselt u> Christina Iloggnn.  '      D.  n. HYND.  Ladysmllli, !)th Aug., 1900. lm  |,Pioneer Mm? W^  } 1st. Avenue. Ladysmith, B. C  tf. l Ruin?, Prop.  ��������� MANUFACTURER OF  Carbonated Beverages, ,   ,  dinger   Beer'   '  Fruit Syrups  P.   O.   Box   24S*.  58 Government St.,'Victoria, B.C.  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK���������  and  ���������WHITE   LAI50K- ���������  . 7Ei������i������loyea.Only  (Half Blocli from Depot.)  OAT ACRE  STREET-     LadysriiHn.  n. j. an  NURSERIES, & SEEDH0USE&  NOTICE.  Manufactured, by  J. LECKIE .Co. I  VANCOUVER.   BC.  J  "MAKE HAY WHILE  THE SUN SHINES."  There is a lesson in thc   work   of  I'the thrifty farmer.     He knows   that  the bright sunshine may last but   a  lay ind he prepares for the showers  u lilch are so liable to   follow.    ��������� So  , '.t  should   be  with  every    household,  ���������'���������.scutery, diarrhoes and cholera'mor-  I' 11'j may attack some of the    mciii-  n.t-is of  the home without   warning.  'Chamberlain's    Colic,    Cholera    and  (Diairhoca Remedy, which is the best  i'aowii     remedy     for these "diseases,  = 1 ould  always     he kept at hand, us  immediate    treatment    Is  necessary,  11-nl-delay .may prove fatal.    For sale  >>y Ladv-rii|th Pharmacy.  I will not be responsible for any  debts contracted by Oscar Motti-  shaw without my written order.  Nanaimo,   B.C,  S/ MOTTISITAW.  ,   August 22,   190U.  GLASS     GLOBES  ..... ���������      ...  When you want a Glasi globe  see that   you get the    globe  with tlie rubber ring on     it,  as  it is  the only    kind    that  can keep the water out ��������� the  globes without the rubber ring 1  canaot     keep    out  water, you  caa    see that    by  examining  tltom.      The artificial   flower  that  is  put  into the    globes ,  with the rubber rings, is guar  anteed to be the best, and   if  you    wattt  a' globe   with     a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X.  .Tones, agent for  HHNRY CREWg  The oilly    place you can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C. "for the  Freiuh Wreath Co., of Lon-  doa arls, Melbourne, S.A.,  Cor. S.o.������������>x Rd. & Milton St.  UANAIMO B.C.  '   Under|New|IHana|tment  HOTEL8W1LSON  Jus-I R. McKinnell, Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens'; hekdaiafters.  Modern and     Strictly First Claia.  Fire Proof . Buildlig.  Try Capital and Nuggei Cigars  W������ cool, refreshing*���������  B A TH  During: the Summer   -  Months Call on   THOMAS LEWIS   :  Shaving Parlors, etc.,    High Street  - Beat - accommodation for - transient  *nd permanent boarders andlodgera.  ORAND    ( HOTEL'  This' new Hotel has been comfortably furnished, and the bar Is up-to-  date Rates fl.Ct a day and ap-  wirda. <. ...  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prof.  ���������������������laaa������* ������������������* *^.* ������������������������.��������� !���������������: LadyavltV  Large Stock of  Homegrown  Fruit and  Ornamental Trees  now    nmt-urod for"the   Fall'  Trade.   ' .  No' expense, loss or delay11  of fumigation or inspection,  'ifcadij darters    for    J'acific  Coast grown Garden,'Field, '  and Flower Sieeds1 in season. ���������  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps  vVliale Oil Soap, Greenhouse  Plants, Gut Flowers, Bulbs.  .   For Fai! Planting  We do-hiiRiness on our own'   .  grounds���������no rent to pay and  are    prepared    to meet   all  competitioi.  Let me price your list be- " j  fore placing your order.  Catalogue Free.  Al. J. HENRY,  3oio  Westminster Road  VANCOUVER  Plumbing and Tinsmithing  DONE  AT  Reasonable Prices   By   Fletcher Bros.   J anderson  .Dealers In  Pianos   & Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  Leave orders at Peterson's Furs  ture Store, or telephone No 58.  Sunlight Soap is better than other soaps, but  ������ best when used in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Sup Ail follow Direction ������  *++>fr++++*fc*++*+**+**'fr't+'fr'fr+*^'jM  Express Work  Light Teaming.  Orders  With-  I'lRST  AVENUE  Wood a������i     Bark   foi sale.     See .T.   KI3MH,  or    leave  W. CARTER,  PllONU      6-0  '* *  $&&*>&*  Ask for  ***XMSESSS  -<ar     A?~''  ���������������Ss  ?   <%  -The Cream of Scotch Whiskies  Sole   Agents foi- B. C.  ,.������.<#..���������.,������..���������..���������������*..���������.*������..���������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������'������������������"������������������������������*  +  **  *  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  ~ I PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, QOUi AND  ftaii """ SILVER ORES.  J_ ..   Smelting Worlca at  ^LADYSMITH,   B. C.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, 6. G.  *++**f++++++++++*M"r-M-*-*F+*f'!+*.f.r^  ������>  ���������*>  *  *  *  *  General Manager. *  First  Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD AND BARK FOR S ALE* AND -DELIVERED.'.  . ' EXPRE SS WORK.  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  ���������  ���������������������������������������������������*������������������-������������������������������������  ���������tl*^.^..������>..#���������#..*..#..������..*H������L.������k  STOVES! STOVES!  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  Al S kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysniitii Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53 P. O. Box 12.  (������������..������������������  PAINTING   AND   FAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done -------- ---������������������������������������ -   Orders Promptly    Execute  S. ROEDDING    -- ���������   -   LADYSMITH  TH6 CITY MRRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B.C.  ^fVIITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,     ORGANS    ANDHOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOV-  ���������;.'-   ';���������' ED PROMPTLY A  ND SAFELY.  Stahlw In the re*t of the Ladysmith hotel.  A'Vbotg ford  Leave orderB at   the  t-i.*-**^*-*^^  A.  J. WASKETT PROP.  k-^.t^-6-4-Jk *.-fc JV-i-^J)--4~*--<���������-������--*--4-^-*--*.*.������..������. .4. .1  WM.  -MUNSIE,  President    J. W. COIUJRN, Managing  Director.  Telephane 4-b".  The Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd,  4  4  4  4  4  ���������to*1**  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH->- **���������- 'M  Shingles a Specialty  '    ' MANUFACTURERS OF   Rough and Dressed Fir nnd Cedar Lumbers  LATHS, SHINGLES,  MOULDINGS,     ETC.,     of   the BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  5 FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  4  4  t:  t  4-  #������������������  4  4-  ���������11 -;nr-7���������r-  X  THE LADYSMITH   DAILY  LEDGER  LODGES  LADYSMITH   TEMPLE,    No.    5.���������  , .Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall    every 2nd    and   4th  < Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  (.   '     MRS.' KATE TATE,   -  M. of R. & C.  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF  .DRUIDS.  Wellington Grove, No. 4, U^A.O.D.  /meets in the,   I.O.O.F. Hall,   Lady-  ,    smith,, the Second and Fourth   Wednesdays of  each  month,  commencine:    . ������������������  ,,   i- /    .       ,    <.  Wednesday, 13th, 1905..                           AU Wotk  guaranteed ��������� and at reason-  Visiting Druids are invited to   at-  . St. SIMPSON  SoiielW,, !!*������. '  Money  to   Loan  ,t.   AveW* LADYSVI H  Dr.R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  tend. ���������  By Order  WM. RAFTER, Rec. Sec.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  il  GALEDOiW  aMe rates.  1  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE  Gatacre St Ladysmith  ' Open at all hours.  f i  NANAIMO  NEWS, NOTES  *T     II.*       -     ^ ,      - rl -  f !the 'floor;  will,  olood pushing   from.  Nanaimo, B.C.,   Aug.  26.  a wouuu hi his head, his right hand  still holding firmly the gun with  wkich^he commit t-ed the terrible deed  Medical aid' was immediately sum  rn.on.ed and  when  Dr.  O'Brian  arriv-  Robt. Hamilton, of the Hamilton ^ he hela out uo ho]?(^ ������m. the re_  Co., that has contracts for the in- covery oi tho'injurcsd man, death.jtak-  stallment of machinery at the Na. iug. pi,^ shortly alter three o'clock.  nairno sawmills, went over yesterday . j,*or i0111ft years Mr. McLay has  morning- to Vancouver. He will re- Deen suheripg from nervous prostra-  turn next week. " uon,   getting gradually    worse  ' day(  ��������� by  day,    uaiii  during  the past    weic  In  connection   wilh  the    Foresters' \e  1^3  wished      himself    dead  time  re-union    sports       held   last,   Sattir- amj   nma again. c  day, a baloon ascension and . pai-a-  chute drop was advertised. The" balloon man claimed' an accident to  his baloon prevented his ascent, la  order   to keep our lurord1  we   arrnng-  Afu-r arising iesterday morning he  acted very strange as n his brain,  was anecled and Mrs.. .Mi J jay kept  watch on her husband,' but on her  leaving the house for a few  moments  Leads Them    AM  IN  QUALITY  R.P. RITHET,  &Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  ' t"nT0RIA'   "' :~'   " . ~: '���������������������������&���������''������������������  CUBAN CIGAR FACTORY5  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUBAN   BLOSSOn  None bu   Union Labor   Employed  H J.  BOOTH. Prop  DAY .SCHOOL." *~"  Usual subjects taught; also language?, .drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in' oils aid water colon, pianoforte and vocal lessons glv-  en In classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM,     Ladysmith, B.C  f   APlV^MITH '   ttAkM^DV       i������d   with, l^e.lua11   to repair his   bal-  evidently in   a spell of temporary hi  l-f**-' ������*3h11 1 il     Dnh.CKY       !oon   and-  ascend   from the    railway  sanity, he secured   the revoher atkl'  CHOICE,   CAKES     AND   PASTKY 'grounds yesterday.     Alter    a      long'pulling  the   trigger    sent   the fatal;  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND        and unexpected delay he'made an as-'&hot   on its errand   of death.  Wedding    Cake*   -tfade    to   Order       jeensiow and drop.     It was in our op I   Mr. McLay   was   a native of Air-  KRL'jTS   ANJ)    CANDIES OF ALL iuion an absolute failure on his part,'drie,     Lanarkshire,   Scotland, aged  KINDS.,   fRESH   BREAD EV-    hc go,h^ only pc,haps   123 to ,ll30  1 fe������'t in the   air   and his drop .was do-  f      void    of    any  excitement���������We     have  during which   time   he lias   followed  ,ERY   DAY  Prices    arc     Very Reasonable  Customers are  Treated Alike.  HOP  LEE & CO.  ON THE'.   ESPLANADE.  G2 years.    He bos been a/ resident of  this  city for  the  past  lliirly   yeais,  paid him   ������100���������as this was our ag-   the occupation   of a cool  miner,    re-  reement    ior' an   ascent    and     para-  tiring  therefrom   a few years ago. c.  ALu  Wall Papers  ON HAND  To be spld at HALF PRICE  on JiE.  House and Sign Paintei  MnMuuMu*  RAYMOND  & SONS  ���������Dealers in���������  Lime,  Plaster Paris,   Brick,  1 Fire Brick and Vancouver island cement. "  , 3 Pandora St. Victoria B.C.  J. PERCY & GO.  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC.   WHOLESAJjjHY GOODS  Victoria, b. g.  chute drop. We regret on account  of the public that has so generously given us their assistance by their  presence at our re-union sports the  failure of this * party, .that has  kept "his contract legally, but has  failed to do what was reasonably  expected of him, a baloon ascension  and a parachute drop from a reasonable distance up, as is' done by  men utader contract ordinarily. The  public' and societies generally will  do well to make ar different arrangement from the one we had, if they  wish to have that, which may be  considered a genuine ascent and  drop in dealijngi with this party,  who calls himself Professor Clarence  Davis and. gives *his' home as ' Cle  Elum, Washington.  Foresters.  Re-uniqn   Committee.  T.    I.   BUCKLE,  Chairman.  He leaves to survive him a widow,  two sons, Thos. McLay, .at. present  residing in Vancouver; William McLay, residing in Queensland, Australia; *a- daughter, Mrs. "Miller of Sun  Francisco, and five brothers, ' .lames  McLay, a rancher on Gabriola l.v-  land; "Robert* McLay at Koksilah and  three residing in   Scotland.  'Hie funeral arrangements as yet  ���������uncompleted, will he definitely arranged -on .the arrival of Afr. Thos.  Lay, from Vancouver, who Is expected  to  reach  Nanaimo  today.    .  Airs. A. -F. Rolidi, whose husband  was lost in the Valencia, and her  mother. Arcs. Poingdestre, of Kew  Westminster, are at the Gordon Hotel Victoria. They are anxious lo  obtain verification of the reports of  Skeletons being- discovered at Car-  manali, presumably ot Valencia a ic-  tims, and have interviewed the prov-  Many. of Nanaimo's citizens willlinuial police, receiver of wreck's-and  learn'���������with regret   of thu passing    a- attorney- general's department on le-  Under the patronage of His Honor, the Lieutenant--';!  Governor of British Columbia  srfToiirt m. io am m  or i m  II  Liberal Premiums & Valuable Prizes���������The Best Stock  Market in the Province���������Live Stock.Parade Daily���������3  Days Horse Racing���������$5J000 in Purses and Valuable:  Trophy Cups���������Splendid New Attractions including  Grand Broncho Busting Competition for .Championship  of'British Columbia _���������������������������a0^  V)    5'Wj'M,',7y  SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES FROfl ALL POINTS  For entry blanks, Prize L'.ists and other information/ Address,  A. J. Morley, Mayor,.foesWent J. E- Smart, Secretay; II  GENERAL BL  Miners' Drilling! (Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPA1KKD   AT   SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILLS  .SHARPENED  BY US     ALWAYS   GIVE  SATISFACTION.  -���������PICKS HANDLED  A  NI) REPAIRED���������      ,    %  -SHIP SMI THIN G    IN      ALL   ITS    BRANCHES  Horseshoers and Gener?' Blacksmitns.  R.WRIGHT.  Buller Street -   '-     --.Ladysmith, b C  way of another pioneer, whose death  occurred yesterday afternoon as the  result of his own rash act in sending a bullet from a 32 calibre revolver crashing through his bi'ain. the  misslc entering- lhe head just above  the right ear and showing itseH. o.n  the opposite side of tho head above  tlie left ear.  Jt   was during the   dinner hour that  of tho bomb. It is believed twen- Important experiments arc being  ty-Ave persons were killed and tweu ] carried out hy the naval authorities  ty-i'our   wounded   who were taken to  at . Portsmouth   dockyard 10 a*;cer-  ference thereto.   .'Nont* of the depart-  a nearby hospital.  ments   mentioned  ha\e   any   confirmatory tidings.   o���������  ASCORE KILLED  St.  Petersburg,  attefmpt was made   today   by  For   over   un    hour  after   thc     explosion there was a scene of co'afu,s-  ion at  the villa.     A great concourse  of spectators   gathered there   handling   horrible   remnants *��������� of  the trag-  Ol'tf WOUNDED'ctjy   amji carrying   some of them    a-  1 way   as  souvenirs.     The police    ap-  Aug.   2f>th,���������An pareutly    lost their   presence of mind  a me-  for  they    did little or  nothing  ;j  ICE!    IGE!    ICE!  Will be Delivered on Mondays,  Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders must be in by eleven o'clock on day ot Deliveiy,  Union Brewing Co-  the terriblefdeed was committed. Mr. tuber of the revolutionary parly on til Lhe arrival of M. Maknroff, the  McLay being alone in tho house at'the liic of Premier- Stoljpin. A pub-'Assistant JUinister of the Interior by  tlie time, his wife being out in thc j lie reception was being hold when wh-���������e orders the villa and grounds  back  yard    when    the    sound  of     a  a bomb     suddenly   'hurled   into  the    uere   cleared,   and    an  investigation  pistol   shot    sent  her  scurrying     indoor**,   to find   her husband lying on  HILBERf  4  .-1  Limited  I NANAIMO    B. C.  ^;fr^.ftf,fr+4.4^4^^.1.���������.f.������#*.fr4~|������ :-M^^^4!lr^.*I^2*'<^-K->^*,>''  ��������� W.* SIL'hJK '  -  ^ENEKAL LXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  'i *  WORK PROMPTLY m������^'-'  Leave orders at the Abbotsforif.  midst   of the vast  asscuiblag-c. Qf thc  tragedy begun    According    to  A  largo    reception    room    at     thc   statements   of the  survivors none  of  left    of the   ante  room    was    filled (the    overpowering  fumes    accompany  with   a   great concourse  or'   ollioials ^jng  the   use  of   melinite,  lyddite   or  and visitors as today was the premier's reception day. M. Stoljpin  himself received his guests. After the  explosion of the bomb a few moments of stupeiication followed .1-  mong the injured.  Survivors and persons in Lhe neighborhood, including a number of  soldiers from a grenadier regiment  rushed to thc spot and commenced  to carry away Lhe dead and wound  ed from the villn wliich had caught  firo   as the   result   of the   explosion  STt'AM   nSMilD  FURNISHED     ROOMS  n.VR SDPPURD WITH BE-T  ���������WINES,?I,iP.TJORS, CIG .*, RP  i  Synopsis of Canadian I-Iomestearl  Regulations.  * stead, the requirement* as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six monthe' notice in writing  should he given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ofetawa of intention to apply for pateut.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal aud $20 for  anthracite.      Not     more     than 320  Any available Dominion ��������� Lands J acres can be acquired by one indivi-  witbln the Railway Belt in British ' dual or company. Royalty at the  Columbia, may bm homesteaded by ��������������������� often cents per ton of 2,000  any person who is the sole head of. pounds shall be collected on the  a /amUy, or aay male av������,e*teoa' S^s **W-  ������tar������ ol ate, to the extent of    one- -v*  w.  uurt*,,  inarter section of  160    acres,    more     deputy of the MlnlStgt_0T Tnterlor.  or lens.  "Etttry must he made personally at  the local land office for the district  ln wliich the land is situate,  The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therc-  ���������with    under   one     of the   following  plans:  (1) At least six months' residence  iipon and cultivatiom of the land in  each year for three years.  (2) If the iatfcez, (or. mother, if the  father Is deceased), of the homestead-  ���������r reside* upon a "farm In Uio 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 permanent residence upon farming land own-  A. J.tMcMURTRlE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  LADYSMITH, .,. C  Good tables and good  Rooms  pyroxolino were notici-*d after the explosion, and it is thought the bomb  was charged with camphor and dyn  amile, which wore extensively used  in loading the   revolutionary  bombs.   o   FOR SHABBY  LEATHER.  For improving shabby leather  ch.urs take a pint of linseed oil, boil  it and let it stand till nearly cold,  then stir in half a pint of vinegar.  Stir till mixed, then bottle for use.  When required, shako the toottle  well, pour a little on\a soft cloth,  nib well into lhe leather, turning  the flamne 1 as it gets dirty, then  rub with a soft duster till the polish is restored. This polish softens the leather and prevents it from  cracking.  tain to what extent the steaming  properties of the Welsh coal lsed in  the British navy, are improved by,  storage in the sea. * ���������  Eighteen months igo rot ruiio*;,  each containing two tons ��������� eral,  were sunk in thc Mg *>asui, and ot  the same time a similar quantity  of coal was carefully stored in the  open air at the coaling point, and  sheltered from the weather beneath  tarpaulins.  At intervals of six months, two  ton samples from each storage h: ve  been taken out and carefully tvrn-  ed, and the results from the cspi*. .-  ments have shown conclusively that  by sub'imarine storage of coal its co- ,  lorific value steadily increases, whilo  bly storage in open aid a decided  decrease is shown.���������Mining Record.  Ottawa, Aug. 25���������Canada's thanks  giving for a bountiful harvest will  take place ������n Thursday, October IS  the third Thursday of the month.  The railway companies were making a strong effort to have the day  changed to Monday so that it  would be taken advantage of to a  greater extent for holiday purposes,  but this is not the object of the  day and the request was declined.  This Hotel haa   been completely       renovated.  Board aid lodging $1.00 per dfcy.  prTTTTYTTYT'  BOOTS & SHOES  REPAIRED  J. A. REED, .  /O -   Roberts St.    Near 5th,--Ave.      ������N  UuljuuuljuuuuU  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Ratca .fl.2f> and-til .50���������  Fre to all steamboat landings and  railway depots. Electric ears every live  minutes to all parts of the city. Bar  and tahle unexcelled.  PRETORIH  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Bar Supplied with the Best   Wines, 1st Aveaue :-: :-:  Liquors and Cigars.  Ladysmith B.C.  COAL UNDER WATER.  The Canadian commercial agent  at rvianchcst, England, in thc course  of a report to th'j Denai'tm������.nt 0'  Trade and Commerce, recently pub'  lished, gave the following information relative to storing coal under  water and in the open air. resjve-  tivcly: '  UNNECESSARY EXPENSE.  Acute attacks    of colic and  diarrhoea come oh without warning    and  prompt    relief   . must    -oc obtained.  There is no necessity of incumr;,"- 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   has     never   hern  known to fail, ov.cn in the most severe and dangerous cases and no family should    ;be without it.  For sale  by the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  P   VOU  WANT ACJOOD   First Class   Meal  CALL AT��������� :".������������������'".'  T. X. Smith's Restaurant  *r    ''   ��������� '������������������     ���������*���������  ALWAYS OPEN FIRST AVENUE.  F.-I1AYNE8, Proprietor,  S^^ta'Sv^^rtiitahbme ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER B.C.  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office    on Roberts   Street nnr  oay Water     Rates, between the 10th    and the 25th or each month.  Office Hours IP.xM.4.30  ���������   n !    ^ 1.1 BLAND,  '���������,'������������������' SUPERINTENDENT.  .   Attention Is c������lled to tfce  fact tkat tka  Ogiivie Flour Hills  Co    Limited  makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR,     have for some rtma  past heen producing flow in a. vastly Improved  and  Bartfl-.-"  form  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control of   all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of a dvising the  public that any  unauthorized users of the electrical   flour purifying processes will be, prosecuted.  Ogilv'e Flour Mills Company "Limited  ar&  the only millers in Canada whose       Flour  purified by the E'ectrio Process i r      ** ^   ' *  THBIADYSKITGI DULY LGDttER  %  A lways On  Hand  _: JT   s  BICKLE'S  Best of Groceries!  ! SPECIALS  P  A Large Stock of  DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES  That Can'Be Beat  ^^������������������^���������^^^^ W^^^^ $"&������������������������������������  E  C  I  A  L  S  Thisisclearing-up season and if prices will  clear out our Odds  & Ends we will  Certainly  succeed  Smith, Fotos,  That's AIM  Local Item  s*  &.  Mr.  R.  Laird passed through   , on  the morning train to Chemainus.  Remember���������H. Kay has the 'finest  stock ol picture frames in- the city.  Mrs. Wanless reached iLadysmith  on the moening train from Nanaimo  today:    '  Miss L. Ingham spent yesterday  in Nanaimo, returning home this  morning.  Mr. R. Simpson and J. S. Freethy  were amongst the passengers on the  morning train, having spent Sunday  in Nanaimo.  Mrs. Halhead. of Chemainus, arrived in the city at noon today and  is  the guest  of Mrs.  T. D. Conway.  A special meeting of the board or  trade will be held at 8:30 this evening in the office of Mr.   J. Stewart.  The Selkirk, . Tepic and scows,,  Georgian and Kildonan and scows,  were in at tho colliery 1 wharves today for coal.  is, comparatively small catches to |  those which have 'been made within  the past two weeks. A party of  ten, who left at five" o'clock yesterday morning, succeeded in capturing  seventeen fine salmon during the day  while Mr. H. Hay den, who took the  party out in his launch the "Muriel," besides landing one or two salmon, caught the only rock cod of  the day.,,  Owing to tlie swift tides which  prevail at thc Gap it is impossible  to fish excepting at certain hours  of the day," as thc tide is turning,  consequently, much of the time yesterday was spent in louring iaround  in the vicinity of the light house,  and visiting with Mr. F. Allison,  thc light house keeper. Mr. Allison,  was as hospitable as ever, and .-us-  tained his reputation ,of doing all in  his powei io assist visitors in enjoying themselves. A new residence  is being built for Mr. Allison, and  he stated all that will be required  after its 'completion will be a cook,  and it was moie than hinted yesterday that lie intends to have one  even if he has io ^secure the services  "of a minister lo draw up the contract. Howcvci, this will not occur until pfiei (he new house is  built, (and in the iiiu'antime, Mr. Allison extends a cordial invitation to  any of his friends, 'married ir -Jn'  glej to pay him a visit.   -~o   3 Do/, colored Blouses, print,  muslin, etc.���������Rejr 75c.  ,  SPECIAL 35c.  4 Do/, colored Blouses, trimmed with lace and iiifsertion���������  Rejr. $1.50  SPECIAL 75c.  4 Dot.  Ladies'' Belts in silk  leather, Etc.���������Reg:.* up to $1.50  SPECIAL 25c.  SPORTS GROUND ���������  '  '  SUBSCRIPTION LIST.  Hugh Thornley.  N. A. Morrison.  T, O'Connell.  J. Sanderson.    '  J. Eno.  D. O'Connell.  J. 0. Gillespie.  Wm. Sanderson.  R. McMillan,  \V. S. Morrison.  Jas. Adam.  James Dunbar.  John O'Connell,  C, Hewlett..  NOTICE   ���������  Boots and Shoes made and rcpair-  ed. Contracts taken for clearing"  land.  HOP S1NU  FLETCHER BLOO. 1st. AVENUE  .If you want a.good cook, apply to  ;     HOP. LEE.  *������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ������������������#���������#<*>���������������������������������������������������������������  *        SCHOOL DAYS *  ,3    Dozen   Children's  Aprons, Etc. Reg*. 50c.  white  SPECIAL 33 !-3c,  2 Doz women's linen Aprons'  -with Pockets  SPECIAL 25C  Walters 8  >tkenhead  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars  NOTICE.  ARRANGEMENTS  COMPLETED  The Eagle Intermediate biasoball  team of Nanaimo, were defeated he  the local intermediates here yesterday, thc score being 10���������2 in favor  of the Ladysmith team.    During thc  afternoon the city bland rendered i Vancouver, Aug. 23���������The arrange-  some excellent selections while theimenta for the cclubiaiion of Labor  ball game was in progress. |day are   now  1Jllu.Ucally   completed,  'aud   the  What might have proved  a serious  accident    was narrowly averted    at  the railway    station    this  morning.  Two    express  down to the station    platform,     to  reach which,   they  were obliged     to  cross the siding at the back of  the, , ,  'Seouii'd,     unci   two   bands   will     play  Ui010    all aJicriiuon.     One band will   v4~%~  .Vftncouver,   Aug.  >r th  now  coiubraiion committee     arc  aow   iu   tho happy position of    wait-  jng    for   the   hi si   .Monday  iu  September,  secure  in the prospect  of     a  wagons were coming  awiou?teailion   worLhy of tue   <fiTOat  .national    holiday oi  Uic workers    of  (Juuudfi.       Ili'iweiiUon J'ark has  been  Tickets issued by the City Band  for their exclusion to Vancouver on  Labor Day, Sept, 3, will stand'good  for return on the .following day,  Tuesday, Sept. 'I, upon the payment  of $1 extra to the purser of the  Joan on  that day.  NOTICE.  If you want lo sell your chickens  for a lair price, bring them to J.  X. Smith's restaurant, 1st Avenue.  Miliar,:'*  ..intiticnt cures Distemper.  Ask  tor Capital and Nujjger Cigars  The Latest  SCHOOL  BOOKS  __, ���������AT   KNIGHT'S B90K STORE  LOST���������On Aug. 7, rough-coated Alre-  , dale terrier, black back with    tan  head and legs; tail docked. Anyone  ,  returning same .to the Bank,  will  be rewarded. <  NOTICE  yWuist Be Sold  i Merry=>go-rouiid Organ���������Play's 36  Tunes���������Suitable for Ba������* Room, Etc  1 Small Organ Plays [36 Tunes by  Rollers with Key Board to play by  Music���������Good for Familv Practice  i "  BEST SEWING  MACHINES VERY   CHEAP ;   3 Beautiful Large Pictures, Tinware,  Etc. FLETCHER'S VARIETY STORE    ���������       Minard's Liniment Cures   Garget in  Cows. v.  station. A freight train was shunting ears on this siding, and Ihe ��������� -n���������  gine, *vith half of the train, w.i*.  pulling ap the track, with die balance of the cars following. Tho expressmen, seeing the engine and t\us  past lhe crossing, drove unto the  track, and were warned just in the  nick of. time'by the, brakesman on  top of the moving cars to clear  themselves. It seems rath or a dangerous plan to have a siding which  is froimentiy used at the rear of a  station which has to be crossed by  passi'ii'geis as well as teams io  reach a train.  ��������� -o   Several parties of fishermen left  Ladysmith yesterday for Cowichan  Oap, some of them spending the entire day there. Although salmon  were at the Gap in abundance, it  was an off day for fishing, and  small calches  were    the result���������that  I  bL.n-L at nine o'clock, m the morn-  iii������i, tneei-ing ui riving trains, and  .plajing around iho city. Tho other  will Mart at one o'clock, and play  111I tin iu ilu- t*icjuini>. A great oP<'n  air concert will', be lu'ld at the  ,court house���������in  the evening. Large  crouds   are   expected    from--Victoria,  >.;;uniiiiio  and  oilier  points.        '   .  .v'!'f. .   A.     it.    ,1'lui'ns,    secretary ..-of  the   ci'h.-brat ion . CluiuiiiLttcc,   who  had    a    busy      tmnj  of  late,   reports  thai   iii,' prizes  in ��������� money anil  in kind  lotul   o'er  $').">0.   The  cash   prizes 11-  mouiH    to    .*-.,.'!.':2, 'nnd   tho  prizes     iu  Kind    are   valued   at   ������320. 'The     av-  i'1-n.^e.   \11l11e   of   the  prizes  in   kind.'is  : oini'lhiny o'.er   ?-1  so it will be seen  iIim.I.    cbnipet Rons  in   thc  sports  l.sibor    liny   will be  handsomely     re  win-ill d.  \uum mmmmmiNu  'm^mmim.  Maconochie's   FRESH HERRING  2 TINS FOR- 25 GTS.  SAANSCH CLAMS  3 TINS FOR 50 CTS.  SUNRISE OYSTERS  2TINSFOR 25 CTS.  BLAIR  UMP  EVERiY DRY SUMMER the question of drawing water from Mother Earth- is brought forcibly before agriculturists and others, for which purpose the BEST  pumps  are required;    that is why we stock  nvERs pumps  ��������� ���������'��������������������������� ���������<������������������.  In every variety such as MYERS' LIFT PUMPS, MYERS' ASHLAND STOCK PUMPS, MYERS' ANTI-  FREEZING FORCE PUMPS, MYERS' DOUBLE ACT-  INfl FORCE TANK PUMPS, MYERS' NEW CENTURY DOUBLE ACTING FORCE PUMil.'S, MYERfcS'  UORSE POWER PUMPS,' MYERS' .SIPHON PUMPS,  MYERS' HOUSE PUMPS, MYERS.' SPRAY PUMPS,  Etc..'., because they  ARE   THE   BEST  In construction material and durability, which we will  demonstrate  if you   will call on or write to the  SOLE AGENTS:  ���������  ���������  ��������� '  4  arc commencing and every boy and girl should have  one of our   SCHOOL  SH  185     Boys    Sweaters'  u  ii  '200 Pairs Boy's Tweed,, Pants  reduced to 85c. 65c. & 50c.  Boys Tweed Caps from 25c. to  65c. each  Boys & Girls Hosiery.and Underwear at reduced price    >  ,���������  ���������  x  ���������  ���������  Linton Reiser A %o.  LIMITED  ���������^        When ordering your MEAT don't forget to ^  call on us. We keep nothing: but  g: that the Market can afford and  E SATISFACTION '        <���������  the BEST =5  guarantee is  1ROLUB CORN BEEF --��������� 121-2C. IB. |  | A. HOWE 1  ������ MEAT  MARKET 3  ^UiUiiUiUiUiUiUlUiUUiiU IU 1U1U JUlUilUUmiU UUttlUiitS  iaaagegKaggggagapagnBeaci nil in wji  "Smith," "Clabrough,"  *4Parker/' 44Remington55  and ^Winchester" Guns  -a*tJi*,.>*ri>iiri-������ii,i,.iii  FULL    STOCK  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  E5SRSSB53SS!HgSSEi;  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Taiior  FIRST, AVENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to yotir  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  55S  mes^sszLm-^K  WATCH REPAIRING  3  1  if  THIS RTRiMINOHAM OF B.      C.)  123 Government Street, Victoria, B. C.  P.R. 1314  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.   Hy Chnrges arc  m -derate for   FIRSt CLASS WORK  ii  B. FORCIMflER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE,  LADYSriITH  Fresh Meats,  Sausage^,  Hams and Bacons,  Etc Etc.  G. P ANN ELL  GAT ACRE: ST.        LADYSMITH  (������������t������ei������S������9C������ DS89SO   ������'���������������������������������>'��������������������� ��������� fl C ft ��������� 0 S i^������ C 0 ������ 0 ��������� 9  We are still in tr* Wall Paper sviwi  Paint Business, and are selling slathers of it, which shows that our-  prices are right and give good satisfaction.  If you wish to do your own Piaint-  ing 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.  LADfSMlTH WALL PAPER DEPOT  Harry Kay, Proprietor  THE DEFICIENT POTNT.  Sweet Girl Graduate--Are you in-  itcrested in the. problem of. races and  the higher education's, application to  it?  College Orator���������Very much so, but  the higher education gives very few  advaatages in picking the winner.���������  Baltimore American.  -iTM������."i  hnHaiii -t������*^-. .. -,|n���������nf jft ������ttM|J.m |  Smoke a Big B Cigar.  Dr. Dier can be fojind at any time  at his office on Gatacre street. His  dental work to guaranteed to he first-  class, and rates reasonable.  Smoke Little B Cigars.

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