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Array VSL.,2  THURSDAY, {AUG. 30, 1906.  FlWCe FIVE OWTS  NO WEEKLY SERVICE  FOR LADYSMITH  -+~$- <t>'*r-  BBIUNS' NAVY  IS STILL     !  fAR AHEAD  Mr. G. Robinson,' local station agent for'the C.P.R., today received  a communication/ from Mr. E. J.  Coyle, general passenger agent of the  C.P.R., to tbe effect that  after   tbe  >. first of September tlie S.S. Joan,  will    discontinue    her    calls to this  ,   Port'-  Mr. Coyle states in his letter that  this step has been found' advisable  owing to thc fact that tbe    service  London, Aug. .29���������A big   battle   has  raged  in political circles in England  Vancouver is not in most cases suf  ficicnt time to transact business and  it bas been necessary to take there-  has not been particularly well pat- I turn boat thc next day and lay over  ronized, the earnings from the siiia for the night in Nanaimo just as  trip between Nanaimo and Lady-' would have been tbe case had there  smith i not being sufficient-to pay op- been no boat from Ladysmith at all.  crating expenses.' j Of couisc, in some cases,''the one-day  ' This means, of course,' that' Lady- trip was very convenient, and it will  smith will have no direct 'passenger, be with regret the people of Lady-  communication with Vancouver" by ' .smith . learn that the Joan will not  means of the steamer Joan,   at any   call heie in future.  rate. However, as the service has  been during the past summer, Ladysmith has derived very little, if any,  benefit, from the weekly trip. Much recently o\cr the naval programme,  of , this is owing to the fact that with thu result that the* party rccom  very poor wharf accommodation lias mending a decrease has won a vict-  been afiorded for tbe landing of pas-'to(.y it .was priginally planned to  sengers here. Another disadvantage lay* dowa rour battleships of the'  has been the' fact that one   day   m the   i)readaollght st,yle.  The  admira  lty iin->isled it was' necessary iu  order to maintain the traditional pol  icy bu which the navy is to le e^ual  LOCAL GROWN������PEACH  WHGHS15 OUNCES  -^ 4,*,~������  LAIDCIGAJR  ON POISON  .Oakland, Cai., Aug. 30. ���������i Forgetting- for a moment the presence of a  small-package of cyanide of potassium  on his desk. Alfred II. Noiton, m  member of the business office stafi  of thc Oakland Tribune, yesterday'  laid a cigar on tlie edge of thc paper containing the,poison, and a few  seconds "later placed the Vbutt" ^in  his mouth. Almost instantly Norton fell to lhc\floor unconscious. ��������� A  few grains of - the* deadly diug had  ��������� adhered to the moistened end oi the '  cigar."       f, -     '       .  Norton, who was 24 years of ������agc,  died at 5 o'clock yosterday morning,,  about two hours after be had placed  the' poisoned cigar between his lips.  -.. ��������� - ��������� ^_^-_^-o ���������. .:���������  DECIDES AGAINST  UNION LABOR  TRIES NEW  SPELLING  ���������i������^���������  Worcester,'Mass.,  Aug.  30 The  news columns of the Telegram appeared today ;with tbe spellipg in  phonetic' form in accordance with the  rules adopted hy President n^.tr-  vclt recently. Tbe plan is being  tried as an experiment for one day  only,    though it' is^cxplaincd that as  to, the comeTmcd fleets of the two next  powerful nations. However a party  in the cabinet was determined to reduce expenditure, amd after a1 bitter  struggle it was decided that three  battleships -ot thc .Dreadnought class  should be laid down instead of four;  that two lorpeda boats should rbe  built    instead  of      five    and      that  r  there should bo eight new sub-marines instead of twelve. -  The   expenditure   as   originally,   estimated   was   ������70,000,000.     ln     the  mow programme submitted to parliar  meat it is reduced to ������57,500,000.'  Equal  to   Any  Three, Now.  As a' matter of fact the,British navy is at present equal to any three  and in 1910 will be more" than equal  grown on the various ranches in tbe come to this vicinity, where licve  vicinity of Ladysmith have appeared scenic beauties, he says, ���������'������ cai not  in the Ledge,: recently. In every be surpassed anywhere on the coast,  ease tbe peaches were  of first   class I a large number oi these s-eitlei**  (juality, and were exceptionally large' jo looking not only for r.si'iea* .a  Today, however, in tbe window ot ' city property but for -aiuall iri'it  Mr. J. Stewart is shown the peach ��������� ranches, and if this community ua-i  of  tbe'lot,    a great  big juicy    one'good Iiuit land some profitable sales'  745,yi0  210,717  -������^5k-  Racine, Wis., Aug. 30.���������Union labor  was dealt a heavy blow by the decision of Judge Chester A. -Fowler in  thc boycott suit for $25,000 damages  brought by Baker Otto G. SchulU  against the tiades labor council, Ben  jamin Dressen and others. By the  decision the contract exacted from  the boss bakers by thc union men,  in an effort to enforce tbo closed' shog  is held illegal; thc trades council  and the individual members enjoined  from using the "unfair" list; the  boycott is declared an actionable eon  spiracy to accomplish a ciimiiuil oi  unlawful purpose. 1 laker Schultz is  allowed to recover 'damages for the  loss of profits, and $3;500 iu damages for the amount of injury to his  business and property in relation to  its selling value. The decision in  part is as follows:  "All boss bakers of the city signed this agreement except the' plaintiff, who has steadfastly refused to  do so. Upon the plaintiff's refusal  to sign, concerted attack on his', business was begun by ���������.organized labor,  with the object and purpose of" compelling, him, against his will, to sign  the contract and has been maintained with" more or Jess vigor up to  the present time.  "The plaintiff bas suffered a ' permanent, and all but destructive injury to his business which has been  caused by the combined acts and the  attitude of organized' labor. An injury to one's business and trade is  on the same footing as an injury to  his tangible property and the law  furnished a remedy for one as well  as the other.  "The acts complained of arc, in mv  view, plainly in violation of the Wisconsin statutes as construed by the  supreme court. This statute' makes  any two or more persons who shall  combine, associate, mutually undertake or concert together, for the pur  pose of wilfully or .maliciously injuring another, his trade or business  ������y any moans whatsoever, or for  the purpose of maliciously compelling another to do or perform any  act against his -will, guilty of an offense, punishment by fine and imprisonment. |  "This contract' was in itself an illegal contract in that it would    1 y  most powerful navies,    ln respect, oi  battleships atloat or in course .of con  btructioti, the situation is as follows;  ,   ,        Ships    Tonnage.  . Emglond    '.  .   ..Ol  the newspaper    bas for some    time ejennany    'M  followed the phonetic spelling in 1G0 JbYanou  '. ". 17  out of 300 cases mentioned   in    the. ltussm  ...    8  lules, the innovation is not so great   ' As iov   armored cruisers these   are  as might at' fust appear.     In   order *;he lifi'ures:  ���������i ...I.        u     ii       ' Ships  to    carry    out the idea through ������.11       ���������  1 ��������� Jbngland   48  the newspaper  'columns extra, help jj,ranco 15  was  requited  in several  <".������ \ :���������/ tmeuts ^ussia-  4  that just turns the scales at fifteen  ounces���������within less than an ounce of  weighing a pound.. The peach stands  on a small pair "oi scales, and can /be  seen by anyone passing Mr. Stewart's office. It was grown on Him  ranch,of Mr. S. .Kenyon, within 'a  few miles of,Ladysmith, and is but  another instance of what the lands  in. this vicinity ^aic capable oi.  That the possibilities of ''the land  are-appreciated is shown by theiaoc"  that 'it is the intention of the C.P.  tt. to clear a large tiact back of  Ladysmith, and later on sell it in  small plots to fruit growers. While  no official information has recently  been given out, by the company regarding its intentions, some time  ago Tbe Ledger printed an interview with Mr. (1. S. Dennis, land  to a "combination"   of th/two next  as*-"*-lor the E. &  N., in which Mr.  Dennis stated that it was their intention to clear the lands ior the  above purpose. Since that time numerous Ladysmith residents have re'  ceived notification ot the company's  intentions.  descriptions of peaches which have   ii thc  proper agencies were ar work, I down town office, -lured, I termed it,  arrived in. the city and which    were  many    oi  them   could .ie-.induced to   from a  steady, wage, and a    dainty  little home, to a vocation entirely  new to him for which he appeared  poorly equipped. I heaped reproaches upon those who had spread their  net, for such as he, and my indignation was kindled against the promoters. The other day I had occasion  to visit Peachland and naturally  made enquiry for my friend. I was  informed that he would be sure to  be down to the wharf with a load  of fruit that evening,' for shipment  with the steamer, on its way' north  thc following morning. ' I made a  point of seeing him. , The despondency had all-gone, be had on his'rig  a consignment of 26 cases' of peaches  grown on his own ranch, and he -was  delighted. I asked ijm how he would  like to go back to his former position in the city. He laughed, then  shaking his head,  firmly said:   "No;  in his opinion should be made.  Regarding the profits of fruit-raising, anu especially peaches, the following correspondence from a gentleman who recently visited Peach-  land, B.C., will be of interest:  On my last "Visit to i'eachland, a  year ago' last spring, I met a i;en-  ilemati whom 1 had form's:ly known  imVVinnipeg. , He with bis family had  arrived m Peachland a .lay or so  before my coining. They; .were d?}-  mg in temporary  quarters"   on    the  lake front pending the completion of J my famny Hfce it; I like the open  their residence on their own ten-j ajr> anx* am doing wonderfully well.'",  acre lot which was 'up on the bench j The change that had come to my]  land, perhaps two miles back. In friend ,was most pleasing to me.  Winnipeg he had had a fairly good' peachland wharf presents a very  position, steady employment and his * an-maieti appearance when the boat  salary came'regularly. He had been J going north arrives. Truck loads of  ' years before to put his  peaches neatly cased ate piled    high'  a Peachland fruit farm. ' awaiting .the si  induced some  savings into  steamer's coming, then  of the-paper.  MVSTERIOUS  j  -in respect to  warships in course 01*  construction England     bu/*.' 6  battleships and  10      cruisers;    France,   la  buttleships and  5 cruisers;  Germany,  H/rTTr>"nT?D '8 battles-hips and 3 cruisers; .and Kus  JVL U JbvUJtl/l\ sin,  4  battleships and  -1 cruisers.  How it Will Ue in 1910.  ..,    ..������������������,   ���������    Lord Brassey,   the  great naval  au-  Portsmouth, Ohio,   Aug.  30.-\Vlnle *[ fa  ,   nT        ,-,f n     1   ���������  thonty,   who gives the above figures  John llarr and Mrs.   Flora   Ilughes ���������" ������   ��������� D  .... .      .   ���������,.������������������,,    reckons  that m  1910   the number ol  were  walking  down  a  street crowd-      L  ���������(i 1 <���������,,*;,   ���������,,���������    < .   battleships   loss     than   2j   years   old  eu with    people    on    then  way   to *  churw. today a man who.is said   to  wi������  L)0 as ^IIovib?  be the  woman's husband, Janet    O. ' Ships  Hughes, lushed from a yard,   where England   be  had been biding,  and shot   them* France      both,     llarr staggered a,few    steps Germany  ~  and  thou    dropped  dead  before     aid Russia    could  reach  him.     Mis.   Hughes    ex-      The figures for cruisers 111 1910; less  pi red as she  was being placed on ttie  than 20 years old, are these:  ted bis payments besides paying for  the clearing    of the land, and    thc  planting of  the trees from which in  the future he would derive a   living.  He had    made bis investment with-  That no  difficulty will be cucount-1 out seeing  the propcity having cornered in disposing ol any land which ' plete confidence in tlie good faith of  IIO/J02  Jnay 1)e    clears    will bc Seen Il0iu I uie    vendors.    When I  met him   he  the following with the gentleman in had seen his investment .for the first  Nanaimo, and published in a paper ' time and he was not elated. That  in that city:     ��������� he was disappointed was putting   it  '���������'Mr. Kerr, a Manitoba gentlejinau, mildly. We had a hearted- heart  who luiSfjiiade bis little stake in the talk, which , revealed some of'the  prairie wheat fields, was in the city bitterness of bis reflections. 'When  yesterday looking up property suita- leaving the city he had burned his  ble for fruit purposes aud also, resi- bridges, had left it bearing the tan-  dential property. JIC states that he sih'e tokens of good will in which  is only one of the many hundieds he had been held by social and bu-  who will    come and are coming   to  sincss, circles.    When I parted   with  The time came when he had comple-  an hands are on the rush, and-   the  Tonnage  5:i8,800  08,383  \4Tvl2W   56  ....28  ...2H-  ...15  Tonnage.  813,000  388,500  287,000  183,000  operating      tabic    of  a hospital,   to Ships  which hhu had been taken. lino-land  ���������W  Those     who saw   the shooting de- pvanco  23  dared    that    Hughes    ,v>as  the man Gcrniany  23  who did the shooting and a   search  Russia  .19  Tonnage.  482,0.00  219,100  179,800  100,800  or him was made. He was found , Ja r<;spect of mon "England "'U1  at the home ot his father, submitted 'hayo tOQ 00Q. FrimcCf .-.2,400; Gcr-  to arrest quietly and declared    that ^^ 40822>' a,n(1 thc. UnUod Slftu.s  4 5,000.  he knew nothing about the crime.  fruit shipped on board with remarkable celerity. This unwonted' aetivi-'  ty continues until "aboard is called,  when the gangway is hauled in, the  ropes let go, the, big stern wheel revolves, and Peachland is soon on the.  lee. , '   ,   ~  Amongst thc busy throng on the  wharf who were shipping fruit, I  met a brother of one of Winnipeg's  leading legal lights, who owns and  is working his own fruit farm. v He  is also looking after the Cowan estate, a swell peach farm of 10 acres  which a gentleman on tbe wharf  speaking of pronounced to be a  "gold mine." The number of people  we meet who hail from tbe prairie  provinces is astonishing, to mention  names would be invidious. Suffice it  to say that so far amoiig tbe   num-  Vancouver  Island  to make  their fu- him he charged me to keep tbe mat  turehomc,  after enduring foV   years ter lo myself, and not convey a hint  the cold winters and strenuous sum- but that this venture was to his lik-j ber nw-i, a general   air of happiness  mers of tbe prairie.    The great nu- ing.    For many days I have had re-  and contentment prevails.   They   are  jority of these people aie'settling at collection of (this stveady, industrious;  tickled with tbe.climate.  Victoria, but Mr. Keir believes that man,  whom I had known in a busy J J. M. B.  RIDERLESS HORSE  TAKES RACE  Seattle, Aug. 30.���������Alter throwing  his rider befoLc going to the post,  and running away for a short distance^'Woodthoipc tin-canned lus  field in thc mile and a sixteenth event at the Meadows yesterday and  won handily. After thc race, the  owner, R. H. Harris,    retained    the  PROGRAMME OF  LORD GRiY'S  VISIT 10 COAST  MAY NOT  BE HANGED  Kansas City, Aug. 30i��������� Mrs. Agnes,  Myers,    in    her cell at the Liberty, ! ni"gh"t ~b'y ;G.corge NiieS)' whom    they ' ".'  mo.,  jail,   expressed   .confidence that I  s'saulted bcCause,hc persisted in pay j   'Woodbhorpc was "all lit up" when  her attorneys, who are at   Jeflerson1-        ������������������    ������������������      .-   ...-���������-- _:_i__     .������a���������..'. .........  City    would   bo    successful  Ottawa,   Ausj.   2i>���������During his tour  oi  the    west,   I_,oid  (Jrey   will    spend  neai Li    a month in British Columbia  horse after be had been bid up.   His \aad  lhti greater part of  thai    ximc  price advanced $K)0. wiU bc ou tbe   coast.   A trip up the  The race was one that a big crowd coast on the ui=>idt* passage from  of the talent had been waiting for ��������� \ ieioiua has been arranged ior His  all afternoon. Woodtboipc was 1ip- lixeoiloncy. lie will be absent on  ped during thc early afternoon as a 'bib trip for a week  good thing and not a Tew got their j After attending the .forestry con-  bets down on the horse at as good.veuUotl at .Vancouver on September,  as 3   to 1.       Thc price  was  backed .'25 and   2(5,  his excellency   will   re-  to   Victoria,     whence  he     will  SEE WIFE AND  MOTHER SLAIN  SHCOTS TWO  BROTHERS  Springfield, Vt., Aug. 30.'-;T wo bro'soine am* then there was a big play'tum  tbers,  Alfred    and Frank Blanchard,   on   Ink.     Thc,latter.ran to his usual  were shot   and    fatally    injured to- for  m|ing attention ��������������������������� to their sister,    after iie pav(Uied  past the judge's     stand.  , take   a trip   to Cowk-han  Lake fisb-  m,   that  is, awav'out of the mon-..,     ...      .       ,       ,r       .,,      , . .,  ���������1 .ing  -ior  trout.     He  will    also   visit  j the    coal   mines   on   Vancouver     Island on this occasion,  lieturuing  to  Victoria,   His   Exccl-  111  se"!they had    forbidden    'him,' to do so. ! He appeared to be readv as be ever,  curing a further reprieve from   Gov-^ Nil(?s has been going with the   young   was/ .a.IM*  danced along with Frankie ,Ionuy wiU prepare ' for the opening of  crnor Folk. j woman    some time, but her parents'Graham holding him hard.     It   was  tho  provincial fair at New \Wcstmin-  "1 am sure    the governor   is    the  {ouml {ault with the iattcr   on    the ; f0l. a   m;ic an([" a  sixteenth and    on  s*e'" on October 2.   'The     exhibition  '���������   1 the  turn back to the harrier   Wood-joined,    Lord  Grey   will  leave     the  thorpe suddenly ���������darted Into the fence coasW for the   east, visiting Lord Ab-  kind or a man who believes, in paving everybody a square deal," said  Mrs.' Myers, who is under sentence  to be banged on September 3, with  Frank Jlottman, for the murder of  her husband.  ������������������. "I have never for a minute thought  that ihe would permit my sentence to  be carried out. I have never experienced in ; the slightest degree the  feeling that death was approaching,  and have scarcely given the subject  the least thought iu the past .veclc.  1 am sure that I will v.vcr ..'eet  my death on the scaffold. '  its terms obligate the plaintiff to  employ union labor only; it would  obligate, him'., to maintain  a 'closed'  as     distinguished  shop."  from  an  'open  ground  that she was too young.   ',  Thc Blanchard brothers notified  Nilcs that he must remain away  from the house. He did so for a  time, but met tbe girl after churcft  this morning and escorted her to her  home. He then went to his boarding bouse after promising to'call tonight. The promise was overheard  by Frank Blanchard. He got bis  brother and they went to Niles'  home early this evening, finding him  swinging in a hammock reading.  They attacked him and were badly  beating him when he drew a revolver and firod  two shots, both taking   ������+������   Lcwiston, Idaho, Aug. 30.���������In the  presence of her husband and 15 yeai  old daughter, Mrs. Lottie McDermot  wife of Peter McDermot, a farmer  residing eight miles from Forest,  was instantly killed yesterday. A  tree which her,husband had cut fell  upon her, and crushed her skull.  The tree fell against another, and  Mrs. McDermot was assisting in pulling it down when it fell. The woman lost her presence of mind, and  instead of running away, rushed under the tree. The stump of a limb  struck ber on   the head. ,  and off went Graham. The jockey  flew head foremost into the cabbage  patch and the horse ran'.on up thc  stretch to thc starting point, where  one of the assistant starters caught  him.  .Graham wasn't hurt and tho little.  run did the horse good. Duke sent  them away to a good start and  Woodthorpe went; to the lead in a  few jumps. He ran like a stake  horse instead of n selling plater.  Graham had him under double "'mps  until  the thve^-wii-inr;*.   wlvnn   V U.)  erilecn's  ranch near  Vernon.  His dates   at Vancouver and vicinity are:  September    12.���������Arrive     Vancouver  3 0:4-5  a.m.  Sept.   1-4���������Leave   Vancouver,    1   p.  m.;  arrive Victoria   5 p.m.  Sept.   17���������See Victoria,   diimer     at  Government House,   followed by pub-'ing  lie  reception     at parliament    build-|    Oct.   1.���������Return  in<rs.  NO COMPARISON  .  "June has rare days, as the   poet  says."  "Yes, some of them are so rare  that they're raw, too."��������� Baltimore  American,   ~o���������*������������������;   ACCOUNTING  FOR  IT.  "It's bad enough for you to come  home intoxicated," said Mrs. Lusch-  man, "but why so  late?"  "Well, you shee, m' dear, my  fren's foolishly shent me home by  meshenger boy."���������Philadelphia Ledger. '  l.  House,    Victoria.  Sept. 2S.���������Trip over Esquimault  & Nanaimo Railway., visiting coal  mines   and  Cowichan    lake    for  (ish-  to   Victoria     and  thence  to  New "Westminster by steam  effect.     Alfred Blanchard was    shot ��������� him down.      Graham   had only    to  through the abdomen and Frank  through the lungs. Niles was arrested and held to await the result  of their injuries.  hand ride him through th  win  by n.lr-neth.    r*vi-)v'.-lHiv.,,-������  closirip,' sfnir('r ,;.<*.-i   ���������**,    .*     ��������� ,.,  half length  in  front of Lone Wu!  l(*'i"-!l in  '.-*     was  a  Sept.   18���������Steamer   trip   up   Coast  er up the   Fraser River, passing-,sal-  of Vancouver Island and through in- m0n canneries,  lets, lasting- about seven days. ]    Oct.    2.���������Open   exhibition   at   New  Sept.    25���������Arwive   Vancouver     and Westminster,  attend meetings of   Canadian   Fores- Oct. .3���������By C. P. R.   to Sicamous  try association. visiting Vernon   and Lord   Aberdeens  Sept.    27���������Return     to  government ranch. t THfc* JLADVSMTn-.D'AILY   LEDGER
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���BY-
TTIE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY
SUBSCRIPTION.
One Year (Ib aAvanes) $5.00
One Month  _ ... _  30 ceat^
OFFlf'E AT LADYSMITH.
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IS
THURSDAY,
Aug.  30,  1906
TALK OF
ELECTION DAY
���^���>
THE PERFECT FOOD
ON SALE AT ALL GROCERY STORES
New Westminster, Aug. 20���Although no formal announcement of tlie
date when the provincial elections
will be held has yetMbeen made, some
Politicians in this city ail'ect to believe that they will take place during the latter part of November or
early in December.
This idea is being spread around,
and search for candidates is being
made by Liberals, and although no
complete list of those who will con
test local seats has yet been prepared,- some c inter es Un ����� statements
*ro being made concerning men who
���are likely
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?f=aiSJH8E222��ESB
"Distinguished Tourists. j    The    rampaigu   .which  is just now
Winnipeg, .Won. Aug. 29.-Sir. Thos.' opening in'Maine  for  I ho   election ot
Barlow,   physician  10  King   Edward,^ Representati*.e to   Congress  is  lik-
Sir. AVxn. liroudbvsnt     and party    of  ely  to   bc  spectacular.      The  lie-pub?
other distinguisned Englishmen < passed through here today enr-routo to
the .Pacific  coast.
to run. ' "
A strong fight is promised in Delta
whore John Oliver, thc present Liberal member, will likely stand f0r re
election, as it is stated that he will
be opposed by Mr. J. D. Taylor,
editor of the Columbian newspaper 1 .,
of'this city. ,Mr. Oliver and Mr. Tay ipet��ri
'"   are bitter political foes, and the 1
Earl Gioi, Clovernor General of
Canada, had a narrow escape from
serious injury in Winnipeg on Tuesday lost. .Just before retiring, au
electric light bulb exploded full in
bis face and bits of glass were
blown, into his face. The right eje
was closed and 'the services of a
physician ' w ero required.
decidedly mtercst-
lor
contest should be
ing.
���   Mr.   Thomas   GifTord,    who  is
present member for New
Killed by Explosion.
William,     Ont.     Aug.   29.-S.
son,   I-'oivinun    for  Eoley  Bros.
011  thc Cfuiid  Trunk    J'aoihe   Coast -
,ruction,    and   uu     Italian    name,  uu-
1 !known,   .vum-i*   i.i*v, .uiily   killed  yester-
,-lle  day  afternoon  ui   Jxaniomstiquia by
^ ��stminstcr  tne premature  explosion  of a   blast
city,   and a supporter of Premier Me W mtin wuro biahtiug tn a ,ock cut
Bride, is spoken of as. likely   to  rua
again, although   some of his   friends
declare he will not seek re-election.
The Liberals have two prospective
candidates both of whom are supported by a largo following. They are
Robert .Tardine and F. W. ITolway,
but from present indications it. looks
as though the former would receive
'the nomination. '
The only other constitutency in
this district in which prospective
candidates have been mentioned is
.Dewdney, the seat -of Premier Mo-
Bride. Mr. M. DesBrisay, will likely
be the Premier's opponent.
licau candidate is thc' present liep-
resentaive, Charles Ef Littleiield; and
in opposition lo him is running as
Labor candidate President Gompers,
of the American .Federation of Labor. Speaker, Joseph Cannon, Representative Chas. E. .Littlelield; and
coining to his aid, and on the other
side John Mitchell is expected lb
tour the stale. With/'.'Joe" Cannon
and John Mitchell opposed to one
another, tbe campaign should result
in a good deal of fire.
SUMMER DIARRHOEA.-'    ���
IN CHILDREN
��� During the hot weather of the summer months tbe first unnatural loose
ness of a child's bowels should' have
immediate attention,[ so as to cbecl;
the disease before it becomes serious.
AU that is necessary is a few doses
of Chamblerlain's Colic, Cholera ami
Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose
of castor oil to dense the'system.
Rev. M. 0. Stockland, Pastor of tbe
first M.E. Church, Little Palls, Min-
nesofs, writes: "We have used Chamberlain's Colics ' Cholera and Diarr-
hoe. Remedy for several years and
find It a. very valuable ,remedy, especially for summer disorders in children."   Sold by Ladysmith Pharmacy
->llenry Elliott, Esq., of Shorbroolcc
N.S., Inspector and Sunt, of Bridge
Construction for Nova Scotia, says-.,
"A 'bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT cured me of a very severe
sprain of my leg, caused' by a fall
while building a bridge at Doherty
Creek,  Cumberland Co." '' ,
Esquimalt   & Nana
Mi
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MONDAY, SEPT, 3,
Excursion rates will be in effect to. all
points, with a double train service, each way
Geo, L;. Courtney,
District Passenger Agent    '
.")S Government St., Victoria, B.C.
EXCELLENT
Trail Service
NOTICE.
Notice js hereby given that I intend to apply to the Board of Licensing Commissioners at their next
sitting, for a transfer of the retail
liquoi Mcfise now held, by. me for
the Ptnit.md Hotel, Ladysmith, from
tnvsell iuVhristinacJ-Toggan.
D. P.. HYND.
THE JONES HOTEL
 \V 11J T E~~COOK���
.    and
-���WHITE  LABOR���
Employed Only
(Half Block from Depot.)
QATACRE  STREET-     Ladysmith.
I1-1, un
^C NURSERIES, & SEED HOUSES
Ladysmith, 9th Aug., I90C.
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BETWEEN
TO SLEEP WITH
THE DEAD BRAVES
Vancouver,   Aug.    29���A little girl,
the   daughter of   some Nanaimo   Indians,  died    in one  of tho     market
buildings,      where   her  people     were
camping  yesterday.      The   cause     of
death was spinal disease, from which
the    child had suffered   for     several
years.      The parents secured a pieUy
white  casket,  in      which   the     little
form  was placed, and numbers of i!>
older Indians   now in the   oiti, J   iu
watch   over the   body all  day.      In
the   ovening    the   father    M.-curt <i     .1
boat   and  the coffin  was   ] laced     un
hoard,  after  which  the parents     ;\ud
two male friends started <j>il   lo '���(>;>
Mey tbe   remains   to Nanaimo, s> j
to have  (hem buried  in  the     gi\" <
yard   of  the   tribe      near  tho     <\   1
City.       Ily  rowing and Bailing    lh> ���-
hope    Lo make Nanaimo jn     twent;,-
Xour   hon rs.
 o ���
Rurnod to   Death.
Foi-t   William,   Ont.   Aug.   *2(J,-.1()*-
SmiLh a laborer was burned Lo diMth
in  a  fire which destroyed   J.   Critclli
and     Sons       Store   at    KaltabeibU.t
Falls,  Tuesday night.
The*-fuse of a toipedo had been light
ed, 'and before several men could be
warned the explosion occurred. JJct-
erson was literally blown to pieces.
Three   other    laborers     were  injured
but not fa tails.
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A  LUCKY FIND.
Tort Arthur, Aug. 29���While en- !
gaged in digging a sewer here yesterday a laborer named -MclJherson
struck a iveln of quart'/., highly minr
eralized with silver and sulohite of
copper, and has staked, a claim on
the street in partnership with Capt-
Hogan.
Putaey, Foig., 'Aug. 29���Thc result Of Cambridge's trial this, morning   was  distinctly    disappointing  to
And tho Prlncliml Business Centers of
Ontario, Quebec, and thej
Maritime Provinces.
! ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AKD
PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FAUS.|
For Time Tallies, etc., address
CEO. W. VAKX,
Assistant Gaa'l Piihienqei and Ticket Accnt,
135 Adams St.. CHICAGO, ILL.
k Ion doin; tot?
Then b�� sure your tickets  read
tha
North Western Line
The  only  line now   making
tit
UNIOJ*
the   supporters  of     Lhc  home  crew, j DEPOT    connections at ST.  PAUL
and     MINNEAPOLIS    wita       tht
through    trains    from    the     Pacini
and Harvard stock went up several
points. The Cnmhridgu men themselves were quite disappointed, and
as tho result or a *��hort consultation
after the. trial they decided to immediately on.'er a ul'm boat ol' Clus
per.
j Pioneer Sotrlin^ Works
j 1st. Avenue, LadysmUh, B. C
11. tamliit Prop.
i     MANUFACTUR15R" OF
! Carbonated Beverages,
i Oinger   Beer
Fruit Syrups
P.   O.   Box  24S
Union-made Capital & Nugget Cigars
"MAKE HAY WHILE
TLIE SI N  S111NKS."
l'hcre is a  lesson  in lhe   worlc   of
vh.* thrifty farmer.     U" knows   that
'i.'  {.1 fir lit sttri*-liine iu;iy  last but   a
,.   md lie  piiMMrc*. f-r thc showers
���' l. h -,re so liable  to   lollow.      So
'���milil   '>e   with   every    household.
!>\  . nt��� r*.    ill irrlme.s and cholera 'iivor-
;   i��'.i\    iliacN  some of the    inein-
:.   s  of  lie   lioiiin  without    warning.
1 �� i n* ei Iain's    Cohc,   Cholera    aud
i'o'.'.i   Hemwly,  which is thc best
rc;ne.ty     lor these "diseases,
'I'Ai'i     lie kept at hand, as
treatment    is  necc-'Saiy,
���   in a y prove fatal.  -For sale
'i*ilh Pharmaof.
Coast
THE SHORTEST LINE, TF
FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWES'''
RATES,   THE   FASTEST  TIME.
BETWEEN
MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   Gill
OAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT -,
and ALL POINTS EAST.
For complete information   ask y
local Agrcnt. or write,
F. W. PARKER
G��n��ral   A r��*
7'10 2ui! Ave., Settle.
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GLA3S     GLOBES
When you want a Glasi glob��
see that you get the globe
with the rubber ring on it,
as it is the only kind that
can keep the water out ��� the
globes without the rubber ring
cannot Keep out water, you
can see that by examining -
them. Thc artificial flower
that Is pnt into tbe globes
with the rubber rings, is guar
an teed to be the best, and if
you want a globe with ( a
Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.
X.  .lones, a?ent for
HENRY CREWJ
Th* otely    place you can   get
Them.
Sole Agent in B.C. for the
Fremh Wreath Co., of Lon-
do�� atls, Melbourne, S.A.,
Co:, '-o.iiox Rd. & Milton St.
.,'ANAIMO B.C.
VSEESSaamMi
. Under^New|Managment
hotels Wilson
Jus.l R. McKinnell, Prop. >
NANAIMO
Commercial Mens' headaaartera.
Modern and     Strictly First Class.
Fire Proof    Buildlif,
Try Capital and Nuggei Cigars
''or a cool, refreshing*���
B A T H
During the Summer
Months Call on	
,  THOMAS LEWIS
Shaving Parlors,,etc.,'   High Street
Best accommodation for transient
ind permanent boarders,and lodgers.
GRAND      HOTEL
This new Hotel has been comfort-
ably furnished ..and the ..bar is up-to-
date Rates Jl.W a day and ap-
w\rd��.
WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.
���*��la*a��*  *��-��� �����: ���*.; �����.; r^dTsmfliN
^ Lafge Stock ,,0'C Home grown
Ir Fruit and  Ornamental Trees
���ff now    mat'urbd loir tbe   Fall
& Trade.
%$     No expense, loss or delay '<
of fumigation or inspection.
Headquarters    for    Pacific
Coast grown' Garden,  Field,
and Flower Seeds in season.
Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps
Male Oil Soap, Greenhouse
Plants, Cut .Flowers, Bulbs
,   Fc; Fai! Planting
Wc do business on our own
grounds���no rent to pay and
are    prepared   to meet   all
competition.
Let mc price your list before' placing your order.
Catalogue Free.
M
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HENRY,
Westminster
VANCOUVER
Road
Fletcher Bros.
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ianos  [& Organs
Ladysmith, B.C
Plumbing and ;Tinsmittiing
DONE AT
Reasonable Prices
 By	
J. ANDERSON
Leave orders at  reterson's Purn -
ture Store, or telephone No 5Sj.
Sunlight Soup is better than other soaps, but
H best when used in the .Sunlight way.
Buy Sunlight So ip an.! lollo-.v Directions
!     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.      !
Express Work
Light Teaming.    Wood ar     BarV  foi sale.     See J.  KEMP, or   leave
Orders With  ��� I I   ���   I     I  I    I    ���    <.    i  ���' I     ��� I
W. CARTER.
P1RST   AVENUE
PHONE      fi-O
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First  Class
RIGS FOR HIRE.
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21.1 PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND
SILVER ORES.
Smelting Works at
^LADYSMITH,   B. C.
HEAD OFFICE
DUNCANS STATION.
Vancouver Island, B. G.
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CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.
Genera! Manager.
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-The Cream of Seotcb Wliiskies.
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Sole  Agents for H
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DAVID JOH
PHONE 66
LADYSMITH
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we are making HEATERS and RANGES of ]
Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do j
Al| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work j
Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty j
Ladysmith. Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld j
TELEPHONE 53                               ,                          P. O. Box -12. i
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LAI^SMITH TRANSFER STABLE
PIANOS,     ORGANS    ANDHOUSEHOLD     FORNITURF MOVED PROMPTLY A ND  SAFELY.
Stablw in the re��t ol the Ladysmith hotel.
Abbots ford
Leave orders at   the
A. J..WASKETT PROP.
j      WM. MUNS1E, President    J. W. COBURN, "/Managing Director.
a Telephane 4-6.
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PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING
Neatly and Artistically Done ���- ' ;	
  -Orders  Promptly    Execute
S. ROEDDING    - LADYSMITH
MILLS   *T   FIDD1CK   AND  LADYSMITH
Shingles a Specialty
MANUFACTURERS OF	
Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar.Lumbers
LATHS,  SHINGLES,  MO ULDINGS,      ETC.      of   th* RF<?T
QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS
FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK
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I VTHE LADYSMITH   DAILY ML v^jx  LADYSMITH   TEMPLE,    No. ���������5���������  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  ' fellows' Hall    every 2nd   ami   4th  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 the I:O.O.F. Hail, Ladysmith, the Second and Fourth Wednesdays of each month, commencing  Wednesday, 13th, 1905.  Visiting Druids are invited to   attend.   , By Order  WM. RAFTER, Rec. Sec,  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  id  ii  GALEOOhi  If  Leads Theni    AU  : IN  QUALITY  R. P.RITHET,  '���������   &"Cp., -Ltd  ��������� Pacific Coast  VICTORIA.   ���������: :������������������  A gericy.  ���������_   ,_��������� :_-B.(1  Manufacturers of the Famous  'CUBAN   BLOSSOii  Moae'bu   Union .Labor    Employed  r\ SABOOTH. Prop  Solicitor, Bi*.  ioney io   Loan  -t.   Aveaos.-' -     -  LAOYSMI-H  Dr. K. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work  guaranteed ,and at reasonable rates.   .  RESIDENCE AND OFFICE  Gatacre St Ladysmith  Opeu at all hours.  LADYSMITH   BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    CaKea <������Iade   to  Order  KltC ITS   AND    CANDIES OF ALL  KINDS.    ttfiESH   BREAD  EVERY   DAY  Prices  -are     Very Reasonable.  Customers are  Treated Alike.  HOP  LEE St, CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  ALL   ; ' - *  Wall Papers  ON HAND  To be sold at HALF PRICE  ' DAY SCHOOL.  TJaual 'subjects taught; also language; drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given tn classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM,     Ladysmith', B.C  Call on 'J.E  House and Sip Paintei  London-Toronto- Montreal  Yfi nni p*g - Va ncouver- St.John N.B.  The Ladysmith Hardware Co,,1 Sole Agents  NEWSNOTEST     ~7~~  FROM NANAIMO  T>he Misses Leslie Shaw and' Annie bold ��������� a mass meeting in tbo Grand  Webb, who are leaving on Saturday Theatre, Vancomer on Sunday even  to   attend   Normal school   ia     Van-  bag* next,  to     bo   addressed by    Mr.  Under tlie patronage of His Honor, the Lieutenant-  Governor of British Columbia  11 ii  Liberal Premiums & Valuable Prizes���������The Best Stock  Market in the Province���������Live StockParade Daily���������3  Days Horse Racing���������$5,0bO in Purses and Valuable,',  Trophy Cups���������Splendid New Attractions including  Grand Broncho Busting-Competition for Championship'  of British Columbia  rftWtnT*tT������ ���������"*t*Tr'l,J*<ir"  RAYMOND  & SONS   |  -/-���������������������������-Dealers in���������.  Lime,  Plaster Paris,   Biicl;,  Fire Brick and Vancouver is-l  land cement. -  3 Pandora St. Victoria B.C.  J, PERCY 1 GO.  Manufacturers, Of.��������� ,r  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,     -  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  GENERAL  couver, were last night tendered a  farewell by their many friends. ' The  reception took the ���������form   of a social  Parker Williams, M. P., for New  Castle, Mr. J,. 11. Hawthorath-  waite's comrade and .associate  in tlie  WHOLESALE OBY GOOD  V3CT0BII, B. C.  Miners'  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED  AT  SHORT   NOTICE.      DRILL'S  SHARPENED  BY US      ALWAYS   GIVE SATISFACTION.  .���������PICKS HANDLED A NU REPAIRED   ~S II I P S M I T H I N G    IN      ALL   ITS   BRANCH KS  Horseshoers and Genera' Blacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  BtAller Street   -     -    -     -  Ladysmith, B C  danc*. and about' forty couples en- [local house. A big demonstration  joyed themselves up to -an early' is to take place on. the evening ci  hour this morning "accompanied by  excellent music by rPawlctt's orchestra. Light refreshments were crved  and a pleasant evening was 'enjoyed'by all.  i*  >i  ICE!    ICES    ICE!  Will be Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  OrdcrB must be in by eleven o'clock on day ol Delivery,  On exhibition in Hemans and Wam-  ���������   i i  sloys butcher shop,, Commercial i St.  are three handsome floor mats, two  of them being panther hides and the  other the skin of a large black lbear.  These anlimals were shot by Mr. .Jas.  Craig of , Ehglishmans .River 'and.  Fred Buzzby of this city,- a short  time ago, and were sent down to  Victoria to a Taxidermist* to be tan  ned and fixed up for domestic use.  The heads of the animals are attach  ed to-the hide, and ������h������ugh presenting a ferocious appearantee, make a  (very haindsomo although a costly  floor mat.  Labor Bay, in the city ball. Mr.  Parker Williams is sure to be r.ne  oX tho speakers and an t*i������o."l- is being made to secure Air. IJawthovntlv-  waite for that night also. JI is a it"  in a range of possibility that Mr.  Kane, who challenged tho Socttlisi  leader to debate vm'1 be present;  if the latter. Then there should be  lively  doings.  I  SPECIAL EXCURSION  RATES FROfl ALL POINTS  i'laorji  For entry blanks, Prize L ists and other information, Address,  A- J. Morley, Mayor, President������������������ J.E. Smart,, Secretay, II  S  ���������j'HM^a  ���������*  Wi  {J1 "t  tiim i  The    Sons    and  Daughters  Geoi'ge will bold a basket picnic  this was cancelled on account of tbe that did    much toward   making the  Captain of the Alert not ha'ving     a sketch a success." ���������  .  license to  carry    passengers  outside i .-Miss Tully who  was at one   'time  the "harbor. '������ resident of this' city will be reiueni  1    . ��������� ��������� , ��������� '       ��������� .  In view of    this the    members   -of bered by  many    as  on exceptionally  of  St. jthe local lodges of. Sons and Daugh- clever and talented;young lady. After  onjters  of St.   George have decided    to leaving here  she     attended   Victoria  Monday   next   (Labor    Day)   on tbe  go by stage,  and in accordance with   College where she carried off honor:  farm  of Air.  AV'illiam Thomas,   Cedar   these  plans   stages      will    leave   the]   it  was  while    living    iu  Victoria  The   Socialists 'have   arrange*    to  Union  Co  Limited  NANAIMO-  HILBERT  W.  SILER.  iENEKAL LXPRESS &ND  "DELIVEEY  WORK PROMPTLY Pf^-?  Leave orders-at the Abhotsford.  District.    It  was   originally  intended Fire Hall and    tho residence   of Mr.  that Miss Tully   composed  a beauti-  to have tbe picnic  at Pilot Bay, but  Pollard, Victoria Road at  8  o'clock fUj poem on-the dcalh of 'qUCCii Vic_   , ' )oa Monday morning next.    The small  torta,    which  was  the    sub wot"     ot  NOTICE. | oi 3������ CenLS WiU be chaI������dd    t0 much   flattering     comment ' at  loat  defray expanse*? of  the stages and  a 'time  I will not be responsible for   any g,ood time   is promised   by      those.   ^  debts   contracted    by   Oscar Motti- ,���������,,��������� ������,.__ <v_ ���������������������������.,. .��������� ���������,,���������,.������������������ I. &  shaw without my -written order.  S.   MOTTISHAW.  Nanaimo, B.C., August 22, 1906.  UNNECESSARY EXPENSE.  Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea come on without warning and  prompt relief must be obtained.  There is no 'necessity oi incurring expense of a physician's service in such  cases if Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is at  hand. A doso ot this remedy will  relieve the patient before the doctoi  could arrive. It has never ban  known to fail, even in the most severe and dangerous cases and no family should >be without it. For sale  by the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  who have thc affair in charge. Vent to New  York   City and foi  j   Tho picnic is not restricted to mem' considerable    time  was"   engage*    on  (b(0rs only,*fo'r each is allowed to .take   Colliers  Weekly,   one     of tho lea ling  their friends along and spend a days  publications of thai city.  olltfalo- ]   The    news of   Miss    Tully"s latest   *  (success  will no  doubt bc read    with  o������  great interest by her many Nanaimo  *^*-k^*+-:^*+m***~X'*+* +-i**+4^h>ti^-^^^:~+~i-*  STJ$.\M   1IBATRD  KURT*!! Sllrji*     ROOMS  BAK1SUPPUKD Willi B������ T  WIiSTKS,;I.IQUORS, CTGAK*^  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Dominion Lands  within the Railway Belt in British  Columbia, may ha homesteaded by  any person who is the sole head   of  K family, or any "*lfi ov������r e Bhteca  years of age, to the extent ol one-.  quarter section ol ICO   acres,    more  or less. '   - ,  E������try must be made personally at  the local land office for the district  in which the land is situate,  The homesteader is rctyiired to perform the conditions connected there-  ���������with    under   one    of the   following  plans:  (1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of tire land in  each year Ior three years.  (2) It the lather, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homestead-  stead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by iesideuce  upon the said land. '  Six monthe' notice; in writing  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  'Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres .can be ac-quired -by one individual or company. 'Royalty at the  rate of ten cents per ton' of 2,000  pounds shall be collected on the  gross output/  W. W.   CORY,  deputy of the Minister of Interior  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  friends.  NOTICE.  Mr. William Manson, M. V,  this city will leave during tbe early  part of next" week to attend the general "conference oi the Methodist  Church, as one of the delegates  from the British Coluinjbia^ conference From this date the undersigned  tbe other delegate being Mr. 'Wells. *"'* not be responsible for any in-  of Chilliwack. debtedness     incurred 'except on      a  The conference       will convene    on ��������� ���������tten ������rhcr *&*A b? 'the secretary  Wednesday,   September 12th   in     Lhe  St.   James Methodist  Church.  This  is  the  highest  court  of  the  A. J.jMcMURTRie, Proprietor  NTewly fitted up and  Furnislied  LADYSMlTn,    . C  Good tables and good  Rooms  ������r resides upon *  farm In the vicinl-  re-  be  BOOTS & SHOES.  REPAIRED  J. A. REED, .  V=>      Roberts St.    Near 5th, Ave.      ^  Brt  ty of the land entered for, the  quirements   as to residence may  satisfied by such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) If tbe settler has   his perman-  ent residence upon f^Ela^^eABBOTT ST.,  VANCOUVER B,'0.  ed by blm In the vicinity 01 m������ nome  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Rates ifl.a5.iind$1.50���������  Fro to all steamboat landin'ga and  railway depots.    Electric card every five  minutes to all parts of   the city  and table unexcelled,  F..BAYNES, Proprietor,  This Hotel haa   been completely       renovated.  Board aad lodging $1.00 per day.  HOTEL-    PRETORIA  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied with the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-:  Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  P   VOU  WANT  AQOOD-  First -:Cla������������".Mea  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restautaat  ALTVAVS OPEN  FIRST AVENUE.  NOTICE  LADY5JVHTH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on Roberts. Street  am  oay Water     Rates, between tlie 10th    and the 25th of each month.  Office Hours . P. M. 4.30  1,1 BLAND,.  SUPERINTENDENT.  church   and   is composed     of     three (V������<*toila  hundred  and  six represeutatives from  all parts   of the   Dominion and New  Foujicll.md,   together    with  four delegates   from  Japan.  The conference is vested with full  legislative poweis aud meets every  four years.  Thc Montreal churches for some  time hare been preparing for some  entertainment for the delegates and  other matters in connection with  tho   sessions.  On  September   16 ' and 23 the various   Methodist   pulpits  of  the   conference city   will bc occupied by visiting   ministers,   and in addition   to  these* Rev.     S.   F.    Collins,   of    thc  ^Manchester      Mission, representative  of the   British     Wesleyan conference,  Rev.   Br. Kellow, of New   York, rep.  resorctativo of the Methodist   Episcopal Church, arid Rev.   J.   M. \McCoy  of   Alabama   from the   M. E. church  South will preach.  Rowland Machin.  V.  I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Persona! Liability.  B. C. lf*v ISth. "tni.  A recent issue "of the New York  Evening Telegram contained q, tbroe-  columm cut of Miss May Tully, formerly of this .pity.iwho is now appearing- with William F. Hawtrey, broth-*  er of Charles Hawtrey, in a domestic farce, "Tbe Two Mr. Wetherby'S  at the Madison Square theatre, Now  York. Mr. Hawtrey and Miss Tully  recently scored a decided hit in a  sketch entitled "The Handsome Cabman," thc New York American refers to the latter as follows: Miss.  Tully showed that she is a very capable   actress, and it    was her   work  THE COaiTOKTABLE WAV.  Ticket and Freight Office, 75  Government Street.  A    Tanscontinental  L       Trains Daily  The New Train     <���������  O.-VIEM r   AL LIMITED  The Traim ol  Ease,   Elegance,  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 CHIN A.v  Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for Japan and China ports at fre-  qjuenr 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. ns  \ H*S L YOU^HT^ ���������*> Vt^Yfj^UWISH.  Always On  Hand  Best of [Groceries $  A Large Stock of ������.  DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES J  That Can' Be Beat &  v^  SPORTS G-ROUND    '  SUBSCRIPTION' LIST.  Hugh Thornley. (   '    '  N. A. Morrison.  'T, O'Connell.  J. Sanderson.       - ,  .1. Eno. '  D. O'Conucll.  Smith, Fotos,  That's AMI.  Local Items  then he has been lighting' t.'ith tim- |  self trying to make up his mind, to j  go back and pay the penalty fr.r .  what he has done. Yesterday be j  [told 'Adjutant Loney o������ the Salva-  Uion Army and today gave himself  I up to the government.  ^uoaB'On'JiTJii.ai-:  Mr. H. Brewer, of Victoria, is reg  istered at the Aubotsford hotel today. ,  Messrs. VV. E. Morrison, ,T. Lewis,  and C. Walters arrived from, Vancouver this moining on the 9 o'clock  train.    '<  TAKE INTEREST. IN  GANS-NELSON FIGHT  The.coming fight between Joe Gans  colored lightweight champion of   the  Battling Nelson,    who  The regular monthly meeting of  the school trustees wiilbe held this  ���������evening in the oflice of Mr. J  .'L-t, ] ��������� |        ,    i ,  tion  passed a most  enjoyable    vacu-10������ his great  world,    and  claims    the     title by reason   of i is  victory over  James Edward    Britt,  is eattracting attention inSeattle as  has no other battle in recent years.  The-inteiest in tlie Britt-Nelson >bat-  , tie was as  nothing compared to  the  Stew-! inures j, taken in the present   encoun  i I ter.  ��������� I   .The fact that iJoe  Gans    fought in  Miss B. Forcimmer returned last Seattle a tew weeks ago has some-  evening from a month's visit m Sc- thing to 'iu with the fact. Although  attle.    Miss Forcimmer reports hav- j Gans was not   allowed to show any  1 in his battle here  witli Dave ITolly, the tight fans saw  enough , between riots to show thai  Gans had championship inateiial and  Gans is tho favoiitu with the' sport-  The ing contingent generally, here, but  all put on the condition "if. it's on  the square." _   "   ,' >  Now that the two men have   gone '  into hard training and Gans has bet I  his share ot   tlie purse on his    own i  chances oi victory,  it is generally be I  cargo.     The Jessie Mack and   scow, ' licved that there is  little chance   oi I  Pleeze and scow and Otter and scow  a fake. j  were in for coal today. ;    There are many    who think    that  ��������� *���������  i Hilly Nolan would not allow   Nelson  The fire brigade responded to a j to go into thc ring with Gans if he  call about one o'clock this morning, J <'id not know his man was going  and  were engaged nearly  four hours I to win.    Nek.on is .just now iu    his  Steamer Duneric left this morning  ior Chemainus, where she will complete her cargo with lumber.  Elleric has pulled up to the " whaif  and is in readiness to commence  loading sacked coal. Thc Wellington will leave early in the morning  for Portland, and expects to leturn  in a   couple ,of  weeks   for   another  ..    .  _. '*.:::.<iVi5=vi^-fc*'  ������ I0N  BOY?*'  .CLOTlilNQ I  It Leads aif oilier Makes  For Style,  Fit, Finish,  For Durability,  Wear, Price.  Our new styles are here. We  want you to see them. A  guarantee' wilh  every suit   if  it has the Lion Brand   Label.  J.  C.  Gillespie.  Win. Sanderson.  R.  McMillan,  W.  S. Morrison. *  Jas  . Adam.  James Dunbar.  John O'Connell,  C.  Hewlett.                                   h  ,   Ed  . Leahy,  W.  Akenhcad.  W.  Siler.                                  '     ���������  D.  Johnson.            i -  11.  Hewlett.  A.  Michie.  Ask  for Capital and Nugget Cigars  offers  63 fi  ^uV /WV*vv wV aWV *yv> w w </cW*v  None Better������Cii'i:������ai &. INugjret Cigars  miniHTUH* ������**������������  * !u> a rnastadon was uncovcied on  ���������ilurday at tlie government rcserva.  tion' at Point Bonita, Marion county  In tunneling for water on no '.rJ-  * oi what was once a lagoon, but  which is now raised to a '���������.eight of  'SO feet above sea level, .���������oikriien  came across thc hones at a depth of  forty feet below 'the surface.  KROM  MOUTHS OF BABES.  putting out a bush fire which    had  gained    considerable    headway,   and  was approaching a icsidence on    the  top   of    the   hill.    No damage was'  caused    by the    flames,  but judging'  irom the length of- time the bell w,.-  heard    ringing, the rope must    J..: i  suflerod considerable wear.  gicatest    form     and is the biggest  in jney maker that Nolan or any oth  er  Mother���������1 gave you  two sous yes-  j tcnlay  because    you'd been a    good  hoy.    Today you're unbearable again  ^ j*ip^S? a ���������  DEPARTMENT"   OF   PUBLIC  ' WORKS CANADA  Tenders for Coal  , Sealed tenders, addressed to the un  dersigned, and endorsed "Tender for  Coal," will be received at the Resident Engineer's Office, New Westminster, up to noon on Friday, the  31st irist., for the supply of coal  required foi the Esquimalt Graving  Bock and in connection with Victoria Harbor works 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 in such quantities as  may be required���������that for the Esquimalt Graving Dock to be delivered  ���������and stored in hunkers in Dockyard,  and that for the dicdge "Mud Lark"  to bc delivered in lots of 150 and  200 tons at the Government wharf,  Victoria llerbor, 'on scows furnished  by the Depaitmcnt ol Public Works,  the lowing to be done by the Contractor.  The lowest or any tender will not  necessarily bc accepted.  "   (i. A.  REEFER,  Resident  Engineer.  Rfcsident Engineer's office.  New Westminster, B. C,  15th  August,  1900.  ...������������,   ..,������*.     >m.^���������    ui   any ol..-.w1      {]m>i  m]   1a]fe  mt,c   Jcan    for  urmunagw has had under control m   vour m0(|(j].;     Hu>s a   go0(,  boy    ov. I  (  ;i  . ���������(.���������.  WILL GO TO PRISON  BUT PROVE   [11-?  Having been conveiM! t, i  ing of the Salvation Aimy  ago yesterday, I-lairy K. s'.  deserter from thc United  jny,  yesterday told  Adjutant :i. ���������  of what be bad done and today .in  rendered himself to the iiovenu; .���������!>(,  recruiting office and is pic-iarc i u>  take wliatever he is given b\ ;,!������������������  United States Army olhiials, ..i\->  tlie Spokane Daily  Chronicle.  Miller entered the army from  var, N.D., and had served two  a half years when he deserted,  was stationed at Alcatraz and  sent to San Francisco during  scenes following the earthquake?"*Hav  s~ ing lost his equipment-there, lie decided to leave the army and nude a  successful, getaway and has traveled  under an assumed name ever:since.  A week ago Sunday ne attended a  meeting of the Salvation 'al'iiij'. and  ��������� while'    there was converted.      Sn.u1  He  as   U'l >    :>'..  :i:id   Icii^lil     'II   iiiiii,.'  kind   of   goi.���������)'.���������' V. llli  foiciug    huu  all   tin-  good  and .slini-ji   in  "nrul  .\-ft  the   iiiij,  in  Alu.idy     tin 11'  aic  ui  '��������� is   li:-ml Gans has  a  <'���������    <>;i   to build up and  ���������-   <���������    i    money   and   the  i<>    11  on his    chances  i i   (ioulil   that  Gans will  '���������{'.- ictmired weight.  .   I'i  I .!\c I-iolly here he  ;.' ��������� .li.itig weight. Iu  ��������� '   ��������� e-.iiod for 135   lbs.,  l>-i'   ���������    n ���������* weighed 133:1-.  . i. that   weight  of the hardest  Dwii who was  time.     He was  I ������������������ last   round,  i jod condition.  several  parties  cry day of  the  week. i  Child���������No fear. Because he's never a had hoy nobody ever gives him  any sous to bc good.���������Pcle IVlelc.  WOULD MAKE AN  ATTEMPT.  NOTICE  Boots and Shoes made and repaired. Contracts taken for clearing  land.  HOP SING  FLETCHER BLDG. ist. AVENUE  ' clan.i  li.  was  ���������the-  title sjiont. getting ready to  If. ...��������� for   the   scene   of  the big   fight  ^;.lcir.b.->r 3, and an attempt is be-  i '\nnidi' by a crowd headed hy Jim  \ Al'oriiso) to i-h,rler a speei.il cai  null go ,iu   that.  V  of .*,  ri'i:-!  f.';OV-!'i  /.���������ork  vlfici:  :rR1Fl ED S KELETON.  'ey. Cm 1-, Aug. 30���������Professor  . Mcrriam of thc department  iouolo-Pvy of the university has  Wild from' J.'I-T. Williams,  "���������lit t'li'^iiiecr in charge of the  :��������� Point Ponita, that thc pct-  l.iiuloii   of   what is  supposed  Tlie mayor's A\'ife was such a martinet     with    her    servants that   a  change      occurred      regularly    every j ^o  month    in the, kitchen.    One  maid, '  however,  staid  longer,  and the may-'  or  overjoyed at  the unusual calm  in!  his household, said to ber  one    day: |  "I am  so glad,  Rica, that you    aie  not ia such a  huriy  to change     as  the  others."  "Well,  sir,"    said      the   maid,  "I'  said to myself,   'If master has    put I  up with it all this time, surely  you  can try it a little longer."  Mary���������I am sure there are many  girls.who could make you far happier  than I could.  Bertie��������� That's just the difficulty ;  they could, but they won't.  Owing to the 5 hool Opening  I Shall be  OPEN THIS  4Y  n I  IFS DOOR STORE  <*>  4  ���������  ���������  SCHOOL DAYS  are commencing and every boy and girl should have  one of our    >  SCHOOL  S  185     Boys    Sweaters  1.50  now  'Sl^S  1.35  4(  $I.OO  -75  il  ���������SO  ���������  ���������  ���������  ������������������  ���������  ���������������<������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������_���������**���������������������������������#���������������������������������������������  ^tr^fl^fmmmmitf itrwwwwwwmmwiffn?fg  ������= When ordering your MEAT don't viorget to ^  ^ call on us. We ke p nothing but the BEST -3  ������������ that the Market can, afford and guarantee -zz  E SATISFACTION '3  | BluUiOflf .**-r ������ 1-2C^Tb: I  ^^^ "',""    ���������������������������-���������_ '��������� -  " '     -���������;���������-������������������        ���������    ���������   -      - ���������      ������������������-*������������������ ���������**     - .-������������������.-���������_���������������������������..���������-������������������   .   ���������->-. *^^g  1 A. HOWE 1  ������ MEAT   MARKET 3  200 Pairs Boy's Tweed   Pants  reduced to 85c. 65c. & 50c.  Boys Tweed Caps from 25c. to  65c. each        . y  Boys & Qirls Hosiery and Under-  ' wear at reduced price  wMHMimMuu.  ' 1  Simon Reiser  LIMITED  "Smith," "C lab rough,  "Parker," ttRemington,,  and "Winchester" Guns  FULL    STOCK  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  ^y;r,a������ZB*m'riTnm  ������������������iw^fcwwwwK.  CANNED-  r*-  3������   Australian Mutt"n, i lb. tin,   20c. Tin  ^| ������������������ BoHed  Rabbit 35c. Tin  5*   Davies' Devilled Ham,   Canadian  ...5 Tins 25c.  *5������H   Clark's Corned  Beef, "  ;. .....20c. Tin  -3* "       Boneless Chicken, "        35c* Tin  ^   B.C. Salmon, i-2 Lb. Tin ioc. Tin^  ���������^       >< 'i 1    "      "      ���������i?c. Tin  *^^|         i__i_jiw 11 |>|iiMTM^������ni*r**-r'*'-,M,*''"M*c������lmt-gai*''**lt,*'':','*> *fc'-������������"J������*������jr*'wOUg*>c������*������.-Ui.   , ;.i.jr;.ZT^J*-'~~'*' *       -���������-  g BLAIR & ADAM  Milly ��������� You know, dear, wc'.vc  been engaged for two years, and I  think it's time we were,getting married.  Tilly���������Oh, I don't know, dear. II  you really love him, you'll let him  be loving for a little longer-yet.  NOTICE;    ,  If you want a good cook, apply to  HOP LEE.  C2..0JULOJUU.  Notice  Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE.  Made to  Order to Fit and t<, your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  Minard's Liniment Cures   Garget ia  Cows.  FOR SALE  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE  *     and BOX OF TOOLS at  MRS. J. H. TATE,  NEAR SHINGiLE MILL  Friday Afternoon, 2 P��������� M.  REST YOUR EYES ,  If your eyes tire easily, you    need glasses.    Does the type become ?  blurred?    If 'so you need glases.   -.-If-your    eyes   burn,  you     need "'  glasses.     Do you suffer from   headaches?   If so,  glasses  will   help h  you.    If you have any of thc   above    symptoms,   let us,  examine ��������� j|  your eyes and fit you with glasses that will give you relief.       ; 'S  Wc make no charge for examination" and'. can .supply'you   -with a  GLASSES ' ���������'.. -���������$,  FROM$i.5o AND UP >'  B. FORCIMriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  emeaesiitis^Masiauxf^t^Jiss^t!^^  Minar.-i'-' i-.ininicnt cures Distemper.  ���������ts������eeioet*������������9i  Tomorrow we will be able to supply you with the finest cuts of-  G. APANNELL  GATACRE ST.       LADYSMITH  !������������������ N /    ���������  ������i**e������������*������������e������siioc#*������������ ���������'���������������������������#������������������������������������������������������< ifMctiu  We are still in trre Wall Paper and  Paint Business, and are selling slathers ol it, which shows'that our  prices are rights and give good satis--,  faction.  If jou 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.  LADYSMITH WALL PAPERDEPOTJ  Harry Kay, Proprietor  moke a Big B Cigar.  Dr. ' .- can be found at any time  at his orficc on Gatacre street. His  dental work ii guaranteed to be first-  class, and fates reasonable. ���������."'.'  Smoke Little B Cignra.  LOST���������On Aug. 7, rough-coated Airedale terrier, black back witb tan  head'and legs; tail docked. Anyone  returning same to the Bank, will  be rewarded.  i���������r.T-^-r-^v-y-v .Tl  14  ADVICE AS TO PATENTABiL  Notice in " JnvetiKve Af;e"  Boole "Ho w to obtain lJaletits"  DESIGNS        1  TRADE-MARKS   \  AND COPYRIGHT:. ,���������  OCTArNEI)       J  TP,������*������',","���������   '  feo till pateut is aecure-j. .  nfidcntlal. Address, 1  Lawyer. Washington, D. C. 1  ��������� ^i-* -A a, * 4 r ���������

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