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Array J Y-  .'  The Ladysmith  Ledger  $& 1-1905      Si  ������?ORlA, e  G- .-.���������  r  MWLMMI  if   ���������!������   >C  nr it i.   -  VOL. 2,  iv*������AMt#/ *������&>sr3* st***  PRICE   FIVE   CENTS  SULTAN OEJVIOROC  CO IS 0BDUR1\TE  i  Declines to Release the Ffrenclv  man Asserting That He is  a Moroccan   Subject  If Demand Is Not ComjsUecJ With  French Minister Will Leave    j    Fex^Cruisers in Readiness  Tangier,    Morocco, Aug   30.��������� The   lslcr at the  same time  will advise  ' '-   Sultan has, replied hy letter to the   the  Moi ocean  government of his  in-  ' : / French -ministers  that he continues   \mii?a    to ,leave Fe" if lhc 'd������Tand  * ��������� -       - ,. - ,. , '      i   lot' the    lelcase of. Bouzian "and re-  , ;.    to     regard     the   -recently .wrested    (Uess  foi,,ils arrcJ>fc ]c mt compllcd  ..:    French-Algerian  merchant Bouzian as  Wiili    M. Tailandicr will  Le instruc-  i,     'a Moroccan subject    ami will  refuse    ted  to  reach Tangier  by the'surest  * /to comply .with thc dcm'rml of    the -route and to tato steps deemed nec-  7    French government-for his liberation- essary aftei  J is armaf there,  if,  in  i ,   'At .Pans-the'foreign office has i*--  <he     meantime, tlie;demands" remain  '���������' ' sued an announcement to the    cftect   unsatisfied  > "that today  or tomoirow  the Fiqnoh .   'Despatches' from'Toulon  to /- the  ������    Minister  at Fez Ttrene , Tailandicr,    Fwjnd, ncusiapcrs  ai.nouncc that  in  -; "  will be .able to address  a final  sum-J view   of" the   tiod'ble  with  Morocco,  j     mons to  the Moroccan   fprcign  oflice   the cruiscis-Cliamier-Bruiv, Pothuau  '     relative to the release^ of the French ' Chanu/ey, Lalow he, Treville and Re-  HIS  IN   UDYSMIfH, VIEWING THE iCLIPSE Of  SOOTH AFRICA  Duriag the Siege   and   1*  StlU Having a Good  Time  Is Trawling   Around  the  World, a Typical Old  English Salt  Thomas  Dodd, "of London,  England  ������iS in the city ior a look around   Mr.  Dodd,    who     came over on thc ship  Sordhana,   from  Kobe,  Japan,  is   a  great, traveler,   having   followed     the  sea for neaily  fifty years.  He     was  much surprised  to learn   that  a settlement   'had  been reached and  the  war practically over.  Mr.  Dodd says  the name-of  Lady  THE SON  A Clouded - Sky Prevents  Winnipeg People Getting a Sight  At Vilot Mound a Splendid View is Obtained  Winn;peg, Man., Aug. 30.���������Low-!)''  ing clouds along the edge of the horizon caused disappointment to iiiin-  u'usds  of  residents   who  arose  eaily  today  lo view  the eclipse *oI      ihe  sun  from its, stalling point, i-.-.u the   RUSSIAN NEWSPAPER  ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY  MAY HAVE AFFECTED RESULT  In London it is THought That Something in the  Agreement Is Secret or that New Treaty  Induced Japan to End War  Throughout   the   World  Roosevelt is  Accorded  Enthusiastic Praise and Japan's Magnanimity  is Greatly Admired *  city.      P������>f.      Wins-ow    Upton,  -oi  gcneiation ,wdccp, and its causes aie   compose  tlie  official  and  social  c-ir-  COMMEN'iS OXT  PEACE, geneially   independent of  lhc      war   cles in     England  aie now gathered  30.-"  A   which it     preceded, though it has  ^ovxa the moois  foi  giou.e slmct-  j\I.   licen   foslcied  by  thc misfortunes  of  St.     Petcrsbuig,     Aug  Brown's  University,   Piovidenoa,   R  had elected instruments at     Si. ^great diplomatic     victory for      m.    -*-*���������   *-*���������  -i   -���������      aig  >hns'   College, observatory,   I ut re-   Witte,  but' a great  moial  vicloiy foi  the  conflict.    Thc agitation  and tur- j   W)lh lh(J   gcnclal  pvlblic  the news  he having  bfe-n m  Ladysmith,  South suits   were  disappointing,   above  thc I Japan,"   is! the   verdict  of     Pnnce   ������"OlJ will no doubt find an outlet m WaSleceucd ttlUl the greatest satis-  Africa-for  a year  during  the  famous  jow lying clouds  the "sky was clear joukhtomslcy .in his .editorial  in   the  the coming elections  for the Doumai facUcn  and  admiration  foi  Japan's  siege.    He  sa>s   the  hardships   wue   across  the  hea\ens,   but }<be cclip->c   V^cdomesti today. lie sa>s icgaidless     of   the outcome of the   i������sacriHCe    in    'the cause  f)f peace."  not so severe as was tno --en * *al i:n- was  invisible here.    ,   A\l        _ "Notwilhstandung     the' difficulties   war." '  prcssion  given out at thc, time. At Vol/t Mound,  Man.,  th- eclipse  undei, which     thc negotiations com  !   (lm  Mr.    .   Dodd        leader    Chemainus ot thc Slm waS  {vibricsscd >\\y a Luge  moused [    M.      Witte earned out his l)a*ys     a -llSH     tribute to Piesulent  where lie is al present a guest at Uie'number  ot  people; hut thelbestmew  task with the   gicatest skill  and  ob- Koosevelt,   "Whose name should    be  Horseshoe,   for   Australia.   ITe  enjoys \ waS* obtained  by'a  dozen   towns-peo- tained   fiom  Japan   the  utmost" she l|*������ess,cd_ tlirou^iou^ Russia  >  The ev emng papers follow the lead of  Pin.ce OuUiosky   Ule  molnmg  newspapers   in bestow- ,  ing    unstinted     piaise on President  Roosevelt,  to whom  they-give     the*  his  life���������that  of  mensely as  he  seen Mu the different  )f a deep seaman���������im-j p*c wi,0 -walked on to thc'top ol the was, piepaied to gnc Moie we e  says the .sights tobe'0i(1 ,nOUnd and the little glance hill peeled to receive, but though ..  t'ercnt lands lepay  the of   the  Indians,   whence  Uie-'honzon   Witte wicstcd out of defeat  these a  evil.  ad-  .VLL  PRAISE TO  PRESIDENT  ROOSEVELT?  fullest ciedit for the outcome of the  conieience, whose decision was en-  tiuely   at variance   with   "'heir  r  Hy  Rome,   Aug.  30.���������The  majority  of 'predictions since the opening cf thc  Algerian merchant Bolivian. Tlie mm-' qmn are being held  in  readiness.. -,     trouble and jiard work he has  to do    1S   visiblc   .fol'thirty  milesgaround    vantagcous  tdms, the moial -al'.ai-   the  high government- officials       and |negotiations,   lioth  papers  and  peo-  ^    ��������� 'sss���������g-ss��������� ,   ������������������ -r ��������� B > ��������� u .   ��������� -p]lc   monung   dawned  cledr * and fine, tages rests' with  Japan.    She will \>e memhcVs ot the diplomatic corps are'pie     were so astounded_f���������t  tie out-  \H bfcjAfep.M IS - ^     except than a thin bank of cloud lay letognfzed  in     the East and  m     v-   away from Rome on their vacations,, come of the conference that Uiey feel  NEAR AT HAND   Jllst  aj]OVe   the  eastern horizon,   but roj e   as rthcv1ctoi,   and  she has  ac- but   those  remaining in  the  capital,    that there is  something in thc   agree-  Tomorrow     is thc last day of Au- C\actly  wheie  the  sun  w.is  to rise a quued     a predominant  position      in   when acv>uainte(l with thc result    of   ment ailived  at which has not been  gust    and  the     last day of 'summer.  gap  1(1  tlu*  clouds  obligingly  openel   Asia,   while Russia's  picstjge      lus   the      conference  at  Portsmouth   ec-   published and  that if this is''uti the  Sportsmen     aic .anxiorsly  awaiting a'.oit 5 30 a in     The zodiacal  light   suffered a coirespondingly heavy blow pics'sed their giatification and appic- case,   then   the new   Anglo-Japanese  thc    glorious'    firstv and  many   kc,*l   was  plainly  visible  over  this  i^ap.       However,' Russia is  o'nly  reaping the cution enthusiastically.    This   mom- treaty  has   afleded  the  result       in  lovers of the     guh are arranging for      A'Lout 5.35 a m.  grey darkness be- rewaid of war. conceived in injustice mgs'    ncwspapeis  pay  tributes     to   sonic way.   In this connection     the  shooting     paitics in the distiict and   gan to fall  on tlie dawn of day when and  lestingon a policy of aggression Piosident Roosevelt and  extend con-  Pall Mall G*7ettc says- "The alleged  to  the     neighboring   islands   "Theie   from the south there ciept a mighty towaids a weak nation, against wmch gi at illations to Riifsia and Japan on tieaty with  England may have had  seems to'lie, according to all reports, shadow  like  thc  lays  oL .a negative   land others  warned the government,  thc outcon i* of lhe confcieicc. considerable weight in pcisuadmg the  plenty of game this season.   A large   search-light     moving   lapidly   iorth-   I was for peace  befoie and  liavc)*ecn     A   Loudon   despatch   filed  at   12 13 Mikado   and     lus  advisois   that  the  be-found on  chills hack of the city,   waids,  and     the  little clouds  grew   over since the commencement-of the   p.m.   todav     says   The nc\������s of  the   Japanese position   in  thc-  Fai   East  number of willow grouse are'said to.r������s\>'   Presently'the upper edge of the wai,  and  It"rcjoice that  peace     has   ccn lusicn  of' peace at Portsmoulh   is  now  practically   impregnable    and  . rK Th:s is   usually a favorite place for' su'i on     the  light-hand side looked   been concluded. I have no feai of the yesieiday readied     London too late   that   "peace  may  be  made without  oner's  juiy. "Gow  is  at {present at- :ne -10Cai sh0ts'    The islands in  this wov<jr   the  cA&  of *,,e  woild.   -Then   results   on the  aimy.    Some   of  the   iast   evening  but  that   with  the   ev- picssing   f0r_1he  payment   6f costs."  tending i the DRA. matches  it     .Vi- .vicinity   are    alwavs     pretty     wcil-*,he ('arlc     convex rim of the moon   men  will  object  to  this  peace,  but   ception of official  and  diplomatic m- Thc papci  adds   "Japan now stands  stocked' with game and will no doubt   ���������'*>ilowe{������������������     'Both    lumi-naiies   finally    the^gieat  mass  will"be glad"Tol   lhc   cles and those wlio'wcie in the city in  the   position   of  impiegnable     su-  clearod     the hoii������>n,  revealing     an   tenmnatrcn of thc  war on so honor- at  a latq    lioiu,   the  announcemiiit-s   piemacy in     the Fai, East and this  sclipscjust shoit of  totality  which   able terms and will be content tore- in  tlie moining papers  came as      <-   supremacy could only be disputed by  STRUCK BY  LIGHTENING  Dresden,  Ont.,   Aug.  29.���������Dining  a  severe electiical stoim which  pass^l  GOW TO BE  PROSECUTED  Toronto,  Ont., .'Aug.  23���������Attorney  General  this  morning issued' an  or-  , over here today, Welba Tahtcher,  18 , dci     for thc    prosecution ,of Charles  . yeais  of age",  was  struck 'by  light-   Gow' who  admitted  shooting       the  ning and killed."^ lie was swimming    Hill   boy near     Norwood Thur.4diy,'  with, some other boys and-they'took  hut  who  was  acquitted  hy   .he i-L-r  refuge .under some  trees    _        .    -  The boys werc^playing and singing  and   young  ~ Thatcher, sa>|d.    'Boys,   J Ottawra  you shoiiM not he so,happy, you do   wa. ���������  - _ - ������������������ ��������� ���������*>���������'-  '   ���������:_ ..j receive-  -a     fair share of attention  not know when you may lie str-n-k." j- The;. . Canadian national cxhihi jumi   from Ladysmith sports this year;,:,  i        t,    _j ��������� was  formally opened  this afteino"Dn-| '* ��������� ���������  by Tion.  J.  P.  Wliitaey,, premier 'of.  WINNIPEG HAPPENINGS  Ontaiio '     Among-'those> 'presant Yat  the  ceiemony   was   Ills  serene  highness  Puncc JL.OU1S or~ Battenbiirg.  He^went off by himself unde:  other  trees and. while  there  struck. "      "  'erne  r'DS  lasted till C.30 am.  / o���������  JEWELS, STOLEN-  IN   VANCOUVER.  Vancouver, B. C, Aug. 29.��������� Burglars stole alaige quantity of valuable jewelry between !8 >and-S2 last  night  from  tlie  residence  of    Ii*.   N.  COAL   OPERATORS.  W    : J   ���������     ,- OF THE     DAY.  Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 30��������� E. II  Belfry, ra respected farmer of Melita  district^'Lwas 'knocked down by -< a  team aof bionchos and trampled on,  sustaining r injuries which caused his  death  today.  ���������     to .    Tlie Lake of the Woods Milling Co  PititiJiburg,     Pa.V     Aug. ,   29.���������An-   today shipped a    cai of  wheat from  nom:eirent    was made today ,that a  the farms of Mr. Lovering, Donuropu  WILL CONFER  Thompson,   J21  Gore avenue.       I*n-   i ��������� . ���������    ,,  ..     , ", Wiv   TIip whpat  is  a trood    am lie of  1       '      _   .   .   ,,        , eeneial meeting of all the bituminous  *-'ll>-   me wjieat  is agowi    am.iit oi  trance  was  effected  tltiougli  a    rear  window.     It is  probable iluu     the  thieves   did   not  make   their   ���������������������������jscont  until,the family had,gone 'ochunii.  at      all     events   they  made a clear  sweep, searching the house f'om  cellar  to  garret       The -members, c . the  faimly hid,    not   discover  their   loss  until* when  about  to  retue  shoilly  before     m dnight.    Acting  Seig^uit  Meljean   and   Constable   McDale    ai  ri^cd too late to be of any service.  Here is an ofllcial list of the  stolen     propeity    A lady's gold watch  with   the  name   "Mrs    Kate TiKimp-  ron"  engraved  inside;   a small  silver  ������ Jt ��������� ,.    No.  1 Northern,  and went    f>   i>u*th-  coal operators of thc country will l*te    . 0       ,    . .  1   . ��������� ' .els  per  acre     Seventy-five   per   ������������������cat  held  111,   Chicago    Novcnvbci  22, to'of lne wheal  cll(. is  turning o'.t  dc-  diseuss what attitude the employers  cf lhc vast army of miners shall take  in lespecb to the next inteistate  wage confeicnce.  'Hits announcement, followed by the  fuithei one that an assured wage  schedule has just been adopted between the miners ai-d operatois of  what is Known as Dislnct No 19,  including Tenncsee and Kentucky,  and which becomes* effective next  month   with the same "rate of pay jls  yond evpectations.  i General French is spending a few  days at Quappelle Lakes befoie going to Regina for Inauguration ceremonies.  ���������    o ������������������  WHO   DISCOVERED  JOHN   L.  SULLIVAN?  The numlcr of men who "dis-  tf se^veicd" me grows larger every  year. Jimmy Colvillo, who died in  Boston tho othei   day, and who was  turnj.lo their homes   lfc is impossible compklc  stirpuse.    Even   many cahi- a coalition   against  which all      her  to  telP what  will  be the      lcsult of net  ollicials -and  otLii   hiyh   officials alliance vulh .the greatest* naval pow-  peacc on  thc internal  situation.   The  weie    ignorant    of   the   momentous   er in the world constitutes  an abso-  revolutionary  movement has  loots a events  until    today,     as  those who   Hite guarantee."  ATLIN'S  OUTPUT IS  NOW  OVER  $300,000.  Skagway, Aug 28 ���������In the Athn  dislr,<.'t this year theie has alicady  been ?.iOO,000 worth of mold washed  out.      and     there  is fully   ten   weeks  LARGE SAL^  MONPACK  "Thc sockcye pack on  the  Fraser  be  watch    and     a gold    lope   chain, a|Usl. ]lrfs c*lCilc<1   nuwh specurar' bottle-holder   for  me* when  I  fought  gold    buckle  nng,   opal  .setting,       a  gold  belt  ring with  buckle;  a     gold  brooch  set with  brilliants,   a     gold  crescent   brooch   set   with   bull.ants,  a   gold chain luacelct, stud links.  tion and    discussion in the other li-   Paddy Ryan and  won the  champion-  luminous diiitucts  METHOD FOR INDICATING  POSITION  OP SHU  PIIONOGRVPIl CAUSES  TROUBLE  IN A    SCHOOL  A : large - and     powerful phonograph  has well nigh disrupted the polytech-  ������������������������ -���������  ,.- - i    ,  ,       ���������,..i:hnnn   nic high school of San Francisco, and  A.  Canadian   patent has just  been ,       ;  fa     -     . .    .    ,  granted to     \V,  J. .��������� Conners, mining , an appeal has been  made byPrincipal  eneincer,     of Vancouver,'' on  an  i'm-  whereby   the-position | TllLs n-achiii.** is located  in thc  Anso-  proved means  of a sunken    wreck iiiay.be indicated  Bush   to    the    board    of education  located  in the Anso  na   apartment     house, adjoining the  and    lifting     taokfc- applied to -cttcct   hiSh .school;' It is kept busy much o������  its salvage, although it mav be sunk   Uio d^y     with a, rich melody of rag-  in such a depth of water that divers .'���������'���������'o ���������**������'l classical music.   -  cannot operate .   j    Mllil'D    tl'C     phonograph  is  having  The invention consists in  providing ' the lime   of its l'ife,   there is trouble.  polytechnic school.   When, a  ���������,.   in   the  ship, and who was Coibctts time-  Keeper' wlien he lost the championship to Fitz, used to .say he gave mo  Miy fust ride on the choo-choo cais  when ha took me to Providence to  sec~a ball,game. Mike Lyons/who  fought through the -war with the  famous " Stonewall Jackson; when ho  was 'kji led, who saw- Phil Kearney  killed and. who heard Gen. Lcc tell  Pickett to' ������������������ "cheer tip after the  charge at Gettysburg, will tell with  as much pride as he'll tell of any of  these ".th n gs that the first meal I  -got outside of New York was in his  i'.owery Cafe. And although ..Mil?*  has all the Sullivans Big Tim, Flor-  rie, ..Christie and-all1 the rest'of them  for customers, and used to have  Tcddv ' when. the president was police  Naples,   Aug    30.���������Mountv Ve- *  suvins     is  in full   ciuption and *  is     throwing  out  an  enormous *  mass     of lava.   Deep  rumblings v  aie heard in the liitouoi of the *  ciatei and lava is flowing down *  lhe light side of   the cone  Messina,    Sicily,      Aug.  30.��������� v  The, ancient cialei in the island *  ol  Strolboli  is   .!n   full eruption *  and is ejecting a heavy mass "  of lava. Dense smoke hangs ov- *  ci the Island. Panic pi cv ails in "  thc villages around the volcano *  and the villagers are leaving. *  * * * * * * * * * **#'������������   . . ... o       . '.  ;NANA,lMO  a  vessel  with a   series of . bouys,con  nected by     lines to various selected   modest masculine     instructor asks a  good   look'ng     girl why she has aieg-   commissioner,   he would  forget   them  ���������lee-ted her     work, thc   ' in-'ernai ma-  all  to brag   afofcut the first meal  of  chine next door is'sure; to strike, up,   of; mine   Mike says that on that oc-_  "T'm     Wearing   My"Hca'r.t   AwayffU';Passion I   picked up     a little.  Je.v's  Youi."    ��������� (overcoat by     mistake of     mine, and  If a student of blacks'mithing"starts ] when the     little fellow     wanted  to  ���������a,rter coal the    phonograph  tells-him'fight,  I said     to him' "'Sonny  you  There's a    Black Man Comin'  With ,gp and take a jump  off  the  earth."  positions of the hull. These lvouys  are released when the vessel sinks,  and will thus indicate its 'position.  But they are disigned to fulfil, a farther requirement, for each lire is secured to a special device securely attached to a framework of the detached hull of the boat so that when the ,  eye of a strong     wire lifting ropo is  [      passed down the buoy lineC from the   down to'wait.  '  ...   l        ^      i.i._       _..t.^ ���������fi Sinor*   (.lift  a. Biinrt'c," ' and of     course he. sits.  ��������� But the fact is that I discovered  myself, and (, had to go a long, time  wrecking barge, thc rope automati- .Since the .. phonograph began .tasi- before I sho'ved anybody I had the  cally effects a fastening to the hull ncss next door the drawing class has goods. There were, more people to  attachment, and the vessel may he heepme demoi'alizcd.. Every'student, tell me that I was no good in the  either raised ho the ,s,rfnre'nnd. can draw ft "Blue Bell" or a "Bun- early days than "��������� J^J*^*  en/ried into slinnl rh nf Poppies," hut if the instructor'mo a boost. One fellow who got.on  i-demands move, a brassy  voice sings,   to   easy  street  betting on  me after-  piuuped     out, or  water pnd Leached.  A sufficient    number of the attachments is     provided nrd.in ���������sur-h n<-������i- . on1v  tions   that the     vessel may be safe-[    Tne hoard  lv carried by them. steps to have the nuisance abated.  1 VCoa     Me, " or     insists  that he is !wards     and put    up a strong claim  'Teasine " ' 'that he did tho    discovering act  for  of   edveation will take, mo, was one of the loudest  laughers the  city  and  its  improvements  "-Alderman' Charles Wilson was hurt  yesterday afternoon by failing-, oil a  scaffold while'working at the. Union  Brewery. .ForUinatery thc fall was  not very far, only about four feet,  but Aid. WHson being a heavy nviu,  iti was a more than usually- seycio  matter, especially as he fejl with his  back on a piece of rustic. This Was  perhaps a fortunate matter a,s the-  rustic split, thus breaking thc fall,  Thc accident occurred at the top of  the building and he had to be carried  down a very narrow stairway suf-  feryig intensely. When examined ��������� at  hemic it was discovered that the must  cles of his ; hack were bruised badly  "but no bones'broken: T-Ie will proband y be confined to his home for two  or 'three weeks.  moie of.the best  pint of thc season   tor llJe scason      t en(lcd ,ull  left in  which to   wojk    This is   the  .       ,       .     . .   .        ,,       ��������������������������� ���������������������������  . ,,      , .   r,        .,   , found      to  be  not  less   than 800,000  good news brought fiom that  nuning-  distuct by R D Pinneo. of the ,cascs wllen ihc ieioi't count lS com-  While'Pass & Yukon ionic, who lus pic ted," said a canner yesieiday,  just retrunetl fiom Athn Mi. P'hneo, "and thc pack in the northern part  says Spruce, Pine and McKec Ciceks1^ the IpioMnce will not be less than  aie  beehives  of  mdustiv    The steam ' ,-n A���������A  *������ >U [|t(i   CtlSCS  shovel on  Spruce deck is unde('way-   l   '  and  is  giving its  ovvncis ami man a- |    "0n   thc w,1������lc'   tlc c-T-'-'-c".   b������^  gets      gioat   satisfaction,   at   least, Jon the Fraser and in   the  North, ,ue  more than was anticipated    They be  well   pleased   with   the  lesiilts,  al-  heve they have now the  question of   tl)oll h 1]l0  pack |S  nuich  lcss on th(J  mining  in   the  Athn   district  solved  Mi.  Pinneo thinks Athn has  not yet  SATISFACTORY  RESULTS  i-1  Fiasei than it was in 1901, the  uist  seen  hei  best days  and   predicts     ajpie\i0us  big   ycai  In   1901   the   nack  gicat futuie foi  the Canadian camp,   on      thc  liasei  was   990,252  cases.  The  output   of  the Athn  mines      foi J^hile the jiack on the Noithem  I'n-  Ihis season, considering the cessation ' Ui>h  Columbla coast was ji5,-lGlcas-  of work  on many   of  the ciceks  ow-'      , , .   ,   .    r     ,  -,.,,.". , making      a     giaud        total of     1>,-  mg  to  lack of water,  is  consideiwl  by  all  mining  men  to  be most  sat- 2^;>1;5C   c*'*&e-*s   t������l   i'*ie  veal ���������  l.sfactoiy.        p I    "Jt  will  be obscived that thc pai i>.  Ike Thompson,   who lus been  pioj,- 'm   the      N'niili   Uus   vtvi   is   ;  pectmg  in  the  Portland  Canal    dis- ' thau  in   1!)lll>   Thc  1IlcrL.asc  .s  i ' i  ac-  ery good run iit  Rivers   Inlet, _Smith   inlet ..'tiid      V!io  six  miles up  tho Hear  good  returns  on Skecna.  trict,  reports a ycry ,'rich strike.  He i  has      found     a lead   two  feet   wide,  counted  for bv  the  Glacier  Creel  River.   \J. ,R.   Griffin and  Joe  The seventy  concendating  tables in  the big  cancel'tialoi   bmlding at the  Bntannia  Mu cs   v^eie   ugging away  under      fill   lo^d   vcstcu'av   for  the  first time, and  the tDst made during*  a ten-houi   inn   was   highly   satisfac-  torv,  says  Vancouver despatches   It  was   fcaicd      last   week   that  there  vvo'ihl    not  be sulfieienl  water      en  Lan>l   to mn  the  entire  seventy ina-  chiius  At once,   but wsWrday morn-  'ing   \\liei  e.'fiylhing  had been    nn-  ning at     full load  for two  houis, it  was fo'ind  that  theie was   noie th-in  sufficient watci   for all the ma  ���������*���������*?s.  Thc conccntiatuig plant oas not  vet been taken over fro|n the manu-  facluieis bv H*c Butannia Syndicate  but now that it has operated succes-  Cu'h nu'k-i a Iwv test, the liar>s-  fi.i will likelv take place m a short  while.'  The  Australian   "jig"   a concentrat-  ma:'hine of .'a new   type'in   this  Grath   have' just   returned   from   the '  Mc-     "On   the whole,  the  packers  have  .no  cause       or  complaint. The couu-  1IH  country,    but  long used  successfully  (sl  at  the Broken  Hill Mines in Austra-  Portland  country   and   bring       with  j(        too_   has   ljC1,,fll;letUlo  thc    Cx- Ma, *passed  through yesterday's  test  them samples  of ore which  they had-t,cnt   o[   approximately $2,000,000    injin   a most  satisfactory   manner.    Its  assayed by  W.   L.' Poison,-and  made;w,lgas  ])ai(1 to iLshermen and cannery'capacity   is three  hundred' and  fifty  tons  per   day,  and by  its' use sizing  a test of $20 in gold and $55 ������'��������� s*i- iUUvdi-, and besides that there is to  ���������ver. These samples were also taken;,,., lakcn ill(;0 account the cxpcmliture  from ' claims'"lately   located   bv   them |  on   transportation, of     freig-ht,   it-m-  on Glacier Civck,  four miles  up Hear 'missions 0Il purchases, insurance, etc  River,   on  thc  Canadian side.    They !   j.c  that '-���������*-"������������������*'  "''*-��������� .*-.���������������**<*-< A,.. !  Messrs.    J.     J.  Dennis and David  Leeming, ��������� fire Insurance  men,  arc  in  the city today and are,  with Mr. J.  Stewart,    local  agent,   looking  over  in  whw'i was trying to show them.     the  way  of lire fighting appliances.  all of  wliich     runs   into verv  several other ^prospectors | ,arg'e fiffUrcSi   wMch  at  prcs_,nt i|;  JH  impossible to  form an estimate ���������������"."'  repor  have made equally as rich strikes oi  Bear River and predict a large camp  there every soon.  FRED   RICHARDSON  '"���������--.":    "     '   WILL.-BE WELCOMED.  It is proposed that an appropriate welcome be accorded Fred Richardson,   and   this  evening a  meeting  Knnnirr  Association  of -the    Fifth  will  be  held,   say.-;' the  Colonist,   at  the drill hall for the .puipose of considering  the best means of  tendering jriuot ting  a reception    to     him   on   his   return  is   unnecessary,   as material   of various sizes can. be. successfully handled.  The tact that Mr. George H. Robinson,   managing   director  of   the Britannia,  and Mr.   H.   C.   Bellinger, recently   appointed   chief   m^tMltogist  to  the American   Smelting and Refm  ing   Company,   left   Vancouver       on  Saturday      night    for   the   Crofton  smelter, is taken to indicate that tho  smelting plant  will shortly be in operation.  The lenses  of   $G0  ore encountered  several weeks  ago  at  the Mammoth  Tlie .Inly   1st  celebration  accounts jiiiufv,    Britannia,     continue, to hold  having  been audi led a public   ���������.uel.ng ' with-  development.    This  ore        is  will be  held  in  the opera house ban-'straight  shipping  material. ��������� It   does  l...t   . -,.~ ������.,..r   concentration,    and  PUBLIC MEETING FRIDAY  J IIS l  rooms  on   Friday  evening jnot   require any  ,,    'as there     is apparently a large am-  now. m  San     Franco     *c!ount. of  it it wi��������� ,1Ufcll aWay -up the  from   the  Uisley  and  Eastern   (ana- I celebration officers will  be      .do and avcracr0  valucs     ,,[   {hc  mine's  ton-  dian -shoots, ������������������'Rifhardson did  wonder- | bushl(css    in connection  with  thenant,*������It  is  thc  richest ore yet    en-  fullv well  in the former events, rank-j      ' ?.      ,  ing' fourth un the  grand aggregate.     cclelA'ation  will be disposed of. countered.  r .  A-1  ���������,*'  fi\  m  .' i :i  kr      .   >'A  J  N?  - ���������������*'  \  T / T  ^  f  * j  L  **  T        V1  Yl*  A*  f X*  !     f  s v,   K  J :si  -f.-  r-'**.^l  'M r  - j  ���������~S'   ������..  *J "r   *       ..I '  ^^x^'-'^V:--.-v?  ,'.?���������  tW>W������i������������������***ga***Me!W**^y^^^^ -        ���������    '������������������ - *y ������v~r������-*<"'.-***"*"*���������  THE DAILY 110618 j!  J������ubliPhed   every  day except Sunday  BY       THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  Offices,   Ladysmith and Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION  -TRICE  tO cents  a month,   J5 per  year   in  advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  WEDNESDAY,   AUG.  GO,1005  THE TYEE COMI'-VNY  ���������t-tajsew  juauLiiiBiL i' i i   i1 "iff-ip"'!'!"'"irliii" n'ii[  ssss*.  RATES fi.oa PKR DAT  'SAMPLE ROOMS  BAI^aUJU'r.IWD WITH ������RSt  WINIJS, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  Beat accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and Galling in near vicinity.  A. J. McMUR TRIE, Proprietor,  LADYSMITH, B. C  AND  Its   Great   Resources  lhe   August.  Mining  RLCOid  numbci  of the B. <J.  is at hand and con  tains as usual, mining news of in>  lurt-st. Considerable space is devoted eo thu aiiairb ot the T\ee Cop-  j'ej. Cojinpany and "the busincs*, ci 'he  company which was transacted ������i  then last meeting is lewowtd. A  A thoioiigh explanation of lhe conditions a.i ihey aie and lia\c Uc-n, is  giun, and the conditions aie nol al-  togcthci as was undeisiood by lhe  Lngliah Uoaul oi Dncctois. It is  -mude \ciy clear that Air. (J. Liwiia.-  htono w     coinectiou    with  tl.e   V.'1.  r  Iitiju u\ c*iuc.*n1> Company was ami is a  pnfeci ly proper one and not subject  to the criticism given it. 'I hose homing a personal Knowledge of the fulcl-  -iiy with which the intcicsls of tho  Tyco Company ha\c been looked at-  tei,  both    mining and smelting,  will  all agice that its success so fai iii  will agice that its success so far in  paying large dividends to its stoel.-  holdcis is due to the caieful n.anage  niL-nt so far exercised by the local  ollicials. Knowing Uus to be the  case and some of the difficulties that  must ,be faced iu inline, it is the  hoj c of those who wish the company  well that they will ne\cr h.uclcss  capable management at the head of  thc Tyce Company's British Colum-  in mleiesls than they have at pies-  cnt.  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables arid good  Rooms  PORTLH-ND  ANGELO TATE.PROP.  Canadian  Railway  rrrrrirrrhrrti   {  No pait of British Columbia today offeis so many advantagss to tbe  in\estor as dues  VANCOUVER  ISLAND.  iti \ast and vaiied ���������uUuU weal th has never betu as yet thoroughly  appicciatcd  by  icasou of  tl.e fact  ih at it has ueve!   beea  promiently laid  u i   * t -  befuie the public. kA t   _^  ((     _  COAL GOLD  TIMBER SILVER  K1SH IRON  liAME . COPPER  Us Vast Agricultural Resources  Its land, when properly cleared,   will grow almost any product ol the  soil  Known   to  man, "....-  WHEAT VEGETABLES - APPLES.  OATS OF -   PRUNES  RYE ALL    KINDS PEARS  A  WONDERFUL SOIL FOR SMALL     FRUITS    AND     BERRIES.  The Canadian Pacific Company will   adopt  a jitrral  land policy,  and  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked  The New Western Hotel  )  *���������  Good looms,    good beds, and good board.    '  Our liar is newly (ittedup and well supplied an1 is in charge of  JOS. PELLIGRINELLf  ���������������������������������������������������������������, ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������  ATLANTIC STEAMTHIPTICKETS  ' Tickets on Sale To and From all European Points,  AT LOWEST RATES  ALL LINES   REPRESENTED.  For Sailing Dates, Rates and full information/ " '  -  {  l\  88 Govt. Street,  Victoria B.C.  GEO. L.  A  COURTNEY.  Dist. Freight &. Pass.. Agt '     J)  tht,     1,500,000 acies con tt oiled  tile terms to actual settleis  by    them will be disposed ot on reason-  King Alfonso ha-. iecci\cd one of  the sliangcsl gifts ever piesented to  a monarch. It is in. the shape cf  two fine nigs made from the hides of  the horses which were killed %y the  bomb thrown at the young Spanish  King during his fecent visit to France  Father John, of Cronstadt, who  has such extraordinary influence wilh  the czar, is 8C years qld. In personality he answers the descr ption of  1he average Russian peasant, only in  his case abslcm ousness has wrought  a lefining eli'cct on his features. lie  is short of stature, with j. somewhat  florid complexion, and his small,  twinkling gray eyes Iwo that fur-  live appearance characteristic of 1hc  Russian woiking class In spite ci  his gicat age heis lcmar-ahly active and his leng, brown hair is un-  louchcfl   with silver.  SEVEN  HUNDRED POUND  MAN IS DEAD  Plnl.p Kbeigh, known thioughout  the vvi-st as the Indiana 700 pound  man, died recently at his home in  Stilcsulle, Hendricks county,. Tie  had been ill for several months with  dropsy.  Iroi se\cial years Kreigh was an  cmplr.je of a ciicus wheie he was exhibited as the laigestman in the  wojild, and dining that time his  weight often icached 77G pounds lie  was o\er six feet Ii gh, , his bones  weie \ory small and his weight was  occasioned almost entirely by ilesh  bi.ilt on a fiame nol above lb" mr-  diiim ITo moved about villi ere-il  dimcullv and u.is aide to take little  oveirise  When Kieigli had his elothin,'.: f md'*  it ie<|!uired two-tailors to lake th*  niea-Kiirpmeiils. Tt took seven vnrns  of double width goods t0 n*n.lp him  a suit of clothes, and he had (ohave  his bats and shops especially mode  as none were large ennii-rh which  were  made by  any manufacturers.  The    editor      of mi   exchange says  that   a pretty   young   school   H'-acnci  in his town inaugurated'a new rum-  fly Utr tardiness recently. She offei-  cd lo l-isK the first arrival-at school  each im.ruing. The next,, morning at  Ave o'clock three you no; men were  .seen roosting cm the fence, and by  .six- o'clock all tlie. boys of tbu school  und two directors had put in an appearance.  Government lands can lie.secured  and     money can be made by those  a  who desire a new home in a country   possessing the  BE5T CLIMATE  In the World",  i t  THE DAILY LEDGER, Ladysmi th, will  supply toy  information  ob-  ���������  _,  .,  tanable to those who contemplate a visit with a *iew of' rnvestraeat if  conditions are found as advised.  Is the centre of the' great coal mining    district;     a beautiful Harbor,  r  where hundreds of great collieis come in  each year. ' "  LADYSMITH  IT IS THE JUNCTION OF THE     LINE    FROM.. VICTORIA TO  VANCOUVER, and will continue to   grow i������ 'mportance as the Island is  developed.  Suhsciibe for and lead TIIE DAILY LEDGER/LADYSMITH, B. C.  WM. MUNSIE, President                           J.-W. COBURN, lfaa. Director  , Telephone^ '-��������� --   ���������-       The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co  Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH���������Sbtngfa <m Specialty.  ���������Manufactarera    of������������������  Rou;<h and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Latha,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  .������������������   '���������     *   ��������� '  Reasoned  and  Kiln   Dried  Flooring     and  FiBlealag    Laufcat la  TH6 CITY MHHK6T  R. Williamson Prop  \st. Avenue  Ladysmith B. C.  The     man  who lets  his   wife pick  liis   cigars -moires   about  as   gixid    a  bargain  as   the. one  who- lets       his  mother  piclc  his   wife for him.  You can get your Sunday Colonist  at Knight's Book Store, which is  open between 12 and 1 for the convenience  of customers.  The Farmers  Meat Mairiiet  Geo. Roberts  Tickets  for the St.  Ledger stakes  are on  sale at J.  Stewart's,  DSD IT EVER STRIKE YOU?  That the place to BUY YOUR M EAT; is where the slaughtering  done locally?   We are not depending   on    what the Wholesalers send u?  and     can    GUARANTEE  EVERY- THING to be FRESH AND CLK V  RANNELL  &    PLASkET?  STFVENS BLOCK, OAT/XRc &A������JZ LADY SMI  This  Hotel has   been completely   Board and lodging $1.00 per day.'  renovated. ���������        '    '      "  HOTEL-   PRETORIA  JOHN THA, Proprietor     \  Bar Supplied with the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.    > , _  RESTAURANT  Cor. 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street    -      '  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour.  f * ���������  Prices.  Moderate  LdW Round Trip Rates  -VIA���������-  St. Paul, Duluth, Sioux City,  Omaha, Kansas City $60.00  St. Lous $67.50 Chicago 71.50  If  1  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor. Government . and  Yates Sta.,  Victoria, B. C- r  3  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  One of. which fs the famous "North'  Coast Limited,"     '        ,'  Up-to-date     rullman, and    Tourist  Dates or^sale, August 24th and 25th | ^-copers   on all trains.   Cheap 'round .  trip  tickets, ,go0d'W three months,  Best accommodation for transient  md permanent hoarders and lodgers.  ORAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  a >ly furnished and the bar is up-to-  d - te. Rates $1.00 a day and up-  w \rds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  fs>ylanad������ :*>-: :���������t '������������������'��������� >-��������� Ladysmith  THEJ0NES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Good Table/ Good Bed and Good Bar  (Hall Block from Depot.)  GATACRE  STREET-     Ladysmith.  EO  \EARS*  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone ������emllng n sl:etrh r.nd description ma������  anlcklr ascertain onr oimiio.i free whstner au  fnvontion Is probably pitoiitnlrio. Comimiiilen.  tloniatrictlrcontlilentlal. Iluiidbookon Cntenta  ���������wnt free. Oldest attcncy lor seem ine patents.  Patents taken throuuh Mr.nn & Co. receive .  < iptcial notice, without charge, in the  Scientific JUnerican.  " A'handsomely illustrated weekly    J.nrcost clr-  milatiou or any sciontiac journal.   'J erms, *J a  "  year: four months, ������l. Sold by 8.1 ncwBrtculois.  WUNH 8GQ.SfltBroato*-feewYnr&  l)r������������������<������������������������ i. ������ce. 121 v i?l- Wii'liinirfin. I.*. l\  HOTEL DOMINION  1 ' ���������Rates fl.25 an.d$1.50-*- ' -  Free bus to all steamboat landing! and  railway depots.- Electric cara every five  minutea to all parts of the- city.  Bar  and table unexcelled.    <,'.  (        ^ i ' '  F. BAYNE8, Proprietor,   .  ABBOTT ST.,  VANCOUVER. B, C.  Under New Managment *'~  Hotel Wilpii  Nanaimo, B.C.  McKinnell &Woodbank   -  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First Class.  Commercial Mens' headquarters.  Fire Proof    Building.  HOTEL LELAND  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block fiom C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly ^���������novated and re-modal led. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Granville and Hastings  streets   Telephone, 1���������4i  September ICth  and   17th.  Philadelphia $87,00  Dates of sale, September 7th to 11  Final return limit 90 days     from  date of sale. .   -  "For full particulars call on or address  S. G. YERKES,  G.W.P.A.,  Seattle, Wash,  E. R. STEPHEN  i '  71 Government st  Victoria, B.C.  HENRY'S NURSfRIES  NEW. CROP-  Home Grown St.  Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD,    and FLOWER  SEEDS...  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  !!. ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  ������������������ PLANTS.   -  For Sprlng'plantingi    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  8010 Westminster Road, Vancouver.  Udysiulh M Uk\  Launch and Pleasure Boats of all  descriptions for Hire. Boats built  to order and Repaired. Spoon oars a  Speciality.  HARRUP AND HAYEDN.  BOAT    BUILDERS.  ^.*������^**^.������*^.**^.������*^.**^**^*������^^^ *&'  ?     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     1 j  PURCHASERS AND 5MELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH,aC.  .   Convenient to E. & NrRy.'or the Sea  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager.  i  -      I  THOS. KIDDIE.     ;;]  Smelter Manager, j  ftv������������i'fe#������"fe*i,^^^^''*^*%^''fe!^'^r;fe^*^''*^  THE CANADIAN  OF COMMERGE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO -   .  IB. E. WALKER, General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l ManafST  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes ar individually.  _     MISS BERTRAM,  Ladysmith. B   C.  a   t i, ��������� ��������� i  to Eastern and' Southern points, "on  sale Sept. 16 and 17.- Round trip trf  Philadelphia!     Sept.     7th, to , nth', '  .".89.50, good for three months.'  f- '       ���������" ' '    '       '"'        '   '  Excursion rates now n effect  to Portland Fair. Round vtrip  rate^ $9.65. Only direct line  to Yellowstone Park.  Steamship tickets on sale to all  European points. Cabin accommodation reserved by wiie.'     "       '" - ,  reserved by wire. - ,  'For     fmthsr    particulars' call'ol  .write the oflice.        Psone Main 456.  A. D- CARLTON,  A.G.P.A..   N.P.,X  Portland, Ore.  . C. E. LAN&  general Agent  Victoria, B.C  Ar-e..You-'-  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read   via  tbe  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARI0RS  HIGH STREET.  :���������:���������: Best in the City :���������:���������1  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with tha  through trains from the Pacific j  Coast.  THE -   SHORTEST     LINE, THEJj  FINEST TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES, THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY!  and ALL POINTS EAST.  7or complete information  ask youi|  local agent or, write,  *    F   IV.  PARKER  Geueral   A gent  ~iW 2nd Ave., Seattle.  BANK MONEY ORDERS  I8SUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  $5 and under.    ;    3 cents  Over  $5 and riot exceeding $10......    6 cenU  " ������    $10       " " $30   10 cents  ������   $30   '"'���������". <K        $50...... 15 cents ":  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in C nada of a Chartered Banal  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking pointii  n the United St������t������a*  NEGOTIABLE AT A FIXUD RATB A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC* , LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of remittin   small sums of rnonas/,  with safety and at small :ost. ,.���������',  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS'NEATLY  BAKED AND FRESH.  Coafectionary ot all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to bs de  llVered at any time.  Employment Agency  "A& ���������Ak$������fcT  . .������������������'���������2a     ^v '������������������������������������ "  .^"���������"'      ���������. y .11 -: i'  LAD'YPKITH BRANCH  W.  A. CORNWALL. Manager.  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  None but Unicn t^abor   Employed  fl J. BOOTH, Prop,  ISN'T THAT SWELLS  Our. customers are always pleab-f  with' the wall and ceiling napeil  they have selected from our char-f  ingly varied stock, as well as wi!  the -skillful way our workmen hapfj  it. General approbation is given of  interior decorations. May we malf  lip an estimate for you?  ladysmith Wallpaper 'Depiji  HARRY  KAl  FHIST AVENUE ���������vsjutfi rJQM  /  -:m  M  on  iirawsna:  NANAIMO,  B. C.  Co  flanufacturers of the  BEST   BEER  In jBiitish Columbia  Lager" Beer and Porter Guaranteed  Brewed  from the Best Canadian Malt Run   Hops,  ^���������������������������������������������^*$**4-'|'**H^*^!������4~fc^  X  I  DAfcYTLftMSR  HOW  TUB  SiflAttCH  IS PROGRESSING..  Press despatches from England respecting the Duke/ of Argyll's search  for   Spanish   treasuie   say:  Thc quest foi the. Spanish gold on  boaid the Admual of Florence, thc  treasure ship of the Spanish \ima-  da, at Tolermory on the Argyllshire  coast, is pioceedjng with every pioo-  pect    of     ultimate success.    I;; the  vnfm^m  FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION LANDS IN MANITOBA THE NORTHWEST TERi  RITORIES     AND    THE -YUKON  TERRITORY. '  Coal���������Coll lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coal and $20 ! bou-dei  cla5'  ^o"^'   UP   i������v   -"a ������V  for'anthracite.   Not more than 320  acres can be acquired by one individ-!,,'"  i i,a������  loiy.In  1710  JoIijiT Second   Duke'of  Aigyil,  is said   to have made  anoth-f  ei  attempt Willi adiv-'iig bell,   bunging up a brons-c gun.  Thc tieasuie which it is hoped to  lecovei was stowed in astiong-ioom  in the vessel's poop.  xats^mimmrifmmrmitimtm  SftH  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING   REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal  lands, may  be puichas-  THE  agBwasg, v&imss&Lm&isssgs*  FROM THE  FACTORY  TOYOUR^  HOME  Freight  is a very, considerable' item  (in  the  Importation of  Furnituie��������� es-]  Ipecially  amongst  the cheaper, lines.'  THESE WE MANUFACTURE  N  ourselves     $ipm   Njatiyc   WooBs���������en-]  suiing the      LOWEST    POSSIBLE"  COST-i- and have���������.nut.ivith'GREAT  SUCCESS from all in Ira faced.  WE HEN HON  A hEW  'Cooks treasure Tables  $5.00 ca  Kitchen Cuphoaid or Diess-  eis with  Glass Doois in upper     half. Size 7ft. 4, by- '    '     j  4ft 4 : '.   $12.50  Msat      Safes, Fir,��������� Antique  Outside  xJ7  measurement  5S.vl2-   '.    $-1.00  Have you our Cata!ogue?j  WMMMm  VICTORIA,B.C  igffifurfif'irrtr-fr  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short notice.   Drill Sharpened by ������*���������  ways gives* satisfaction. Picks handled and .repaired. (j  ShipsmUhing   in a)1     ito^ "Branlie������  Horseshbers"and Genera! Blacksmiths.  R. LAWSON  '  Buller Street  -    -    -     - ..Ladytarxiitti, B C  ual or company. Royalty at the rate'  of ten cents   per ton of 2,000 'pounds  shall Le collected on the gioss   output.  ' Quartz���������Persons  of  eighteen  years  and over aud joint stock companies  holding free miners'  certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free miner's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advance  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company,accoiding  to  capital.  A  free     miner,  having  discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by  marking out the  ���������ame with two legal posts,  bearing  location notices, one at each end   ou  the line of the lode or vein.  ' The claim shuil be recorded within  fifteen     da>s if located within    ten  miles of a mining recorder's office, ono  additional  day allowed  for, every additional ten miles or  fraction.   The  fee for recording a claim is $5.'  At least $100 must be expended  ou the claim each year or paid to  the mining recorder in lieu theieof.  When ">500 has. been expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey made; and upon complying with  other requiiemenls, purchase thr land  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister   of     the Intel ior  to   lorate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper; in the Yukon territory, oi au  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The,    patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment   of a  Royalty of 2J per cent, of the sales  of the products of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and  the  N.W.T.^ excepting the   Yui.ou Tern-,  tory���������Placer mining claims gcneially  are" 100 ft. square,      entry fec$5, le-  newable yearly   On the North Saskat  <-hewan River claims are either bar  or  bench,' the former being 100    feet  long and extending between high and  low water mark.  The latter includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill 'or bank, but not   exceeding 1,000 feet.  Where steam power is used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and-the N.W.T., excepting the Yukon I  Territ(*y���������A free miner   may   obtain  only two leases *6f five miles each for  a term of twenty years, .renewable in  ,g<*r an  antique hand-made silver candlestick    has  been  found,  ���������   .1  theie  also   been recovered  fi\-*.     gold  ^oins���������''pieces of eight" -n tvuUint  preservation, two stone cannon balls  nnd  one  ot  iron.  Captain Bums, the diicctor of lhc  West of Scotland Syndicate, which is  driving  on  thc present scaich,    has  (leciilcd   to   suspend  operations    with gaily exclaims    'Never  lhc diggci for thc  piesent for fear of go  into  the  gallery'  dc-stioyiiiff any 'silvci-plale that may  be found.   -Tie has j-cverted to ithe u*-e  of  the  powerful  suction   pump      en  bo.il d  the diving ship Bcamci.  rlho  Duke  of  Argyll   has  delegated  to  tlie syndic-ale his ugh Is tonfeiiod  by  royal chattel in  Rial. It is >a\cried  that  lhc ninth  Ear'  of  Argyll in  100!)    employed    a Swedish    expert,  with   a divine  hell,  and   that a  two  months'  search hi ought  up  two ca  non'.    It    also  is  stated   lh.it some  yeais* later   Sir William   Sacheverell  Governor of  the Isle.of  Man,  again  mucle    a bold  hid   ' for  the treasure,  with   results  not recorded,' and that  in   1087,   on   the  invention  or  a new  diving   apparatus,   the next   Eai'l of  Argyll   formed   a company,   thc   success   of  wliich is  not  known   to  his- j  GIRL  WHOM  YOU   SHOULD  MARRY  The following oiigmal  description  of the peiiecl  wife is, taken from1   a  boo1*,   by  the  late JUjy O'Rcll,      the  French   humoust,   just   published   in  Palis-  "Many a woman," he wiiles,  "smaller   than  youi self.  "^lany a girl -who is a bit of a  philosopher. If you take a gill to  the theatre, and on hearing there aie  no seats in  thc stalls oi   circle,  she  mmd,  let  us  mairy  hei.  "Many   agul   who  cues   a lot for  her fathei,  who taUs an interest in  seeing   that   his   studv   is   m   order,  who  likes   lo   sit   on Ins   knee,      and  who calls him  by all soils of loving  and   infantile names *  "The  gul   who  shows  so   much   affection foi   hei   fatlifi, who won't- lei  him'go-out  without  seeing   that  his  clothes   aie   immaculate,   who,   when  at  length satisfied   with pa-Pa's      np-  pcaiance,  kisses   him   befoie  he l,ocs  oil���������that    gul      vvill   make   a model  wife."  I  Di   Dier can be fouftd at any lime.  . .The   ladies   look   into  glass    when  coloring. their   faces,   while  thc   men  look into glasses when coloring -.heir  noses. . . '""  .  DOMINION EXHIIITEON  -   ' ' 1   -       1   .  1905-SEPTEMBER 27 TO  "OCTOBER  7-1905  Under the  Auspices of the Royal   Agricultural and  Industrial Society  NEW WESTMINSTER  \ ' ��������� B. _C. ,  ed at $10 per acre for soft, coal   and  $20  for  anthracite.   Not moie than  320 acres can be aoqwhed by one individual or company.   Royalty at thc  rate    of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds    shall     be  collected on  the  gross   output.  Quartz���������A free miner's certificate is  granted upon payment in advance of  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $30 to $100 per annum for  a company, according to capital.  A     free miner, having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500 x  1,500  feet.    Thc fee foi   recording a claim is  $5.00  At least $100 must be expended on  the claim each year or paid lo the  mining recorder in lieu theieof. When  $500 has been expended or paid, the  locator may, upon having a survey  made, and upon complying with other requirements, purchase the Jand at  SI an acre.  The      patent piovidcs for the pay-}  men I of a royalty of  2i per cent on  the salts.  PLACER mining claims generally  aie 100 feet square; entiy fee $5, renewable yearly.  A free miner may obtain two leases  to  dredge  for gold ��������� of five miles  each for a term of twenty years, renewable at the descretion of the Minister of the Interior.  Tlie lessee shall have a dredge in  operation .within one season from the  date of tie lease for each five miles.} Work done proper]y and at rht  Rental; $10 per annum for each mile j prices# sho��������� and resldeiice iD ^T  of river leased.    Royalty at the late  Colds  It should be borne Is nrind that  every cold weakens the lungs, h w-  ers the vitality and prepares 'he  system for fke more serious <.uv  eases, among which are the two  greatest destroyers of human life,  pneumonia and consumption*  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won its great popularity by its,  prompt cures of this most comtn to  ailment. It aids expectoration, * ���������*���������  lieves the lungs and opens tit*  .secretions, effecting a speedy s-'d  permanent cure. It counterai hi  any tendency toward pneumonia. ,  L*Price 25c, Large Size 50c.   j  mvmmmmmmmwmwm^mmmmmmJ.  A%  *   c .  -t <  I  I  at his office on High stieet. Hi* den  tal   woik  is  guaiauleM   t0  be  lirsV-  class and <rates reasonable ' at,  A  , / a ^';-l  .. ��������� Ai m  ������5  H1LBERT  Ai  '-#1  FAINTING,  PAPEKHANG-NO  ETC.  $100,000.0  .IN-*,PRIZES AND  ATTRACTIONS  of 2i per cent collected on thc output after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy  of the Minister of the In-  "erisr.  of Ladysmith  Hotel. ,  J.  E. SMITH.  Prr.n  Ladysmith temp'e No. 5 Rathho-  Sisters meets in the Oddfellow'  2nd and  4th Tuesday at 7.30 p.  lira. Kate Tate, secretary.  **  4 ���������������������������������������������:���������'<H  x  L* C/SMITH TRANSFER CO.  PIANOS,  ORUANS    ANDHOUSEIIOLD     FURNITTJRF MOV- V  ED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.* '  Stables in thc rear ol the Lad ysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   the  *c^������^^������;K������;K������)K������^-������^^������^^^^*������;K������;K*������H(*������^������^*������^*������^������^J  *  X  m  X  ���������  X  X  X  fPHONE 66  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK  A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  LADYSMITH  *  *  *  c  *  ^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^������������������-���������^-^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������*f  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  8U00IES'FOR HIRE *.���������: :���������: SeeJ. KEMP, or leave orders with  &  ADAM  FIRST  AVENUE  'PHONE 2-4.  W.  SILER.  GENERAL -.EXPRESS -AND  DELIVERY  WORK TROMPTLY   H(.VS.'  ;i;  Leave orders at the Abbotsford. ..*  i SliPSON  Solicitor, Etc.  li^ay  fa     Loan  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. 686, F.  0. E.     :���������:       :���������:       :-,:       :-j  Meets in  the Opera Hou&e 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President,  B. Forcimmef;     Worthy  Secretary, C. H. Rummings.  st. Avenue  LADYSM1  H.O. MILES  Contractor and Builder  REPAIRING of all  kinds  pror  attended to.    Shop on Gataere  the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior. c  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars of the rivei  below low water mark, and subject  to thc rights of all peisons who have  or who may receive, entries for ba'r  diggings or bench claims, except on  the Saskatchewan River, where the  lessee may drcgde to high water mark  each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall have a diedge in  operation within one season from the  date of th>lease for each five miles,  but where a person or company has  ' obtained more than one lease one  dredge for each fiftee/ nii<es or fraction is sufficient. Rental, $10 per  nnum for each mile ol river leased.  Royalty at the rate of 2������ per cent,  collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  Diedging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The I������ssee-s right is coalmen to the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the  lst'day of August in the year of the  the date of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge ia  operation within two years from the  date of thc lease, and one dredge foi  each five miles wiihin six yeais fiom  6uch date. Rental, $J00 per mile for  first year aud $10 per mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty, same  as placer mining.  Placer Mining in thc Yukon Territory���������Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  c������gth, measured ou the base line or  general direction-of the creek -or gulch  the width being from 1,000 to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250 feet square.  Claims' are marked' by two legal  posts,, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining Recorder's office. One extra day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claim must hald a free miner's oarti-  ficate. ������������������*���������   ���������  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,01)0 feet in  length, and if the party consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no royalty' shall be  chargeu, the rest ol the party ordinary  claims only.  Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at Ihe rate  of two and one-half per cent, on the  alue of the gold shipped from     the  fukon Territory to be paid t<&     the  Enlarged   grounds,  new,  handsome and spacious buildings.  WORLD'S   CHAMPIONSHIP  EVENTS    in   ROWING  and   LACROSSE,'  HORSE  RACING,  Broncho "i'usting," Military Parades and Exercises.  ROYAL IRISH GUARDS and ether  Famous BANDS."   .  ���������GRAND   WATER :'CARNI\rAL���������Parade of    Fraser River  Fishing   Fleet  Patrol Boats, H.M.cWarships, Indian  War Canoes, etc.        Indian sports.  ail information write W. II.   KEARY,   Sccoslary   and. Manager,  For  c-*  New Westminster, B'.-C.  BOOTS  AND SHOES  AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and  in&king to order   a  ipeciality.  THOilAS   MCEWAIN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������    ������������������  Plans,  Specifications and De-  M-  tails     furmsbeti for all kinds _������������������  of work in the CARPENTER    ������������������  Line i ������������������  C.   B.   ROBELEE,  Carpenter -**  and Joiner,     2nd ave, Lady-   ������������������ ,  smith,  B.  C. . ������������������  ��������� *���������������������������������������������������������!(#���������  />'sl  Appointments may be made at any  time for dental work at Dr. 'Dier's  on High street st  NOTICE.  From this date the undersigned  will not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on a  written oroer signed by the secretary  Rowland Machiu.  V. I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1905.  Any  HAY. GRAIN AND  FARM^RODUlf  Orders will be delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the low  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, on th*  Esplanadi.  NOTICE.  Persons    found    using our   Pataot  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,'  vill  be prosecuted.  RUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda'Water Works.    1  Ladysmith. U.C.  J*M  i. vt*|  -     5 W .  * ������vv'*���������-'*; I  -*.*^|  * * -An  *vr*;;^>'j|  v J*  DOMAN"  Kind  Leads Them    All  IJST QUALlTr  -:o:-  0  ���������������  .Dealers in  Pianos and  'omptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  f more than one mining claim     on  eaeh separate river, creek or  gulch,  but the same miner may hold  'any  number of claims by purchase,     and  free miners may work their claims in  partnership by filing notice and'paying a fee of $2,00..   A claim may   be  abandoned and another obtained    on  the same creek, gulch or river by giy-  ng notice and paying a fee.  Work  must  be done on a claim each  year to the value of at least $200.  A certificate that work has      been  done must be obtained each year;    if  not, the claim sl&U be deemed to   be  abandoned,  and     open   to occupation  and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may   be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing  notices  in   the  Yukon official  Gazette.  Petroleum���������All   unappropriated   Dominion lands  in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within  the Yukon  Territory,  are open to  prospect-'  ing for petroleum,  and tlie Minister  may reserve for an individual or company  having  machinery  on  the  land  to be prospected, an area of 1020 acres for such period as he may decide,  the length  of width shall'not*..exceei  three times the breadth.   '  Should the prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly establish such discovery; an i. area  not exceeding 0-10 acres, including the  oil well will be sold to the prospector at the rate of $1.00 per acre r.r. *  the remainder of the tract .reserved  namely,., 1,280 acres -will be sold  at the rate of three dollars an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate  as may be specified by order-in-coun-  cil.  JAS.  A.  SMART.  Deputy Minister of tho Interior.  De-jartmont of the Interior,  .  Organs**.  R. P. RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Ladysmith, B.C.  Pacific Coast  VICTORIA,  :���������: ������������������:  Agency.  -   .���������: :~ B O.  g  GEO, YUEN  Merchant Tailor  Done Promptly and  WEI  At  Ladsymith  ^    w  B   C.  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  1st   Avenue  Neatly and Artistically Done  S. ROEDDING  Orders  Promptly   Executed  ��������� -   LADYSMITH  \TMW^smm&&^^3m������^s  Public Notice  Attention is called to the    fact that the  ������ ���������-  Ogiivie Flour-riills Co.,  Limited,  makers  of  ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR.     have for some time  past been producing flour in a   vastly   improved  and  purified form  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control of   all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity oi advising  the  public  that any unauthorized users of the electrical    flour purifying processes  will be prosecuted.  Ogiivie Flour Mills Company Limited  are the only    miliars in Canada wliasa     Flour  ispurifiel by fci) alaat h p?3D)3 mmm  WM  Y*1  t&s wiS^iiaMWt:  IIIISK^  LuCAL items  SKSS  ��������� nj������i 'lbs  sfsac  s%^"  ���������'-'-������--'*���������*jp��������� 'i~���������iiirrat-rsainrt?iTiV. ^  1  ������������������&*_ 1 B^SBC^Ol-^t l������%������������3  Forcimmer's  saver.  window   is   a mouev  J.   T.     Kelso,  of   San   Francisco,   \  travelling for n San Francisco house,  \isited Extension mines   today.  Judge llaiiiscn ariivcd in town on  the noon Ita'n and is this afternoon  holding   Countv  Court.  \V.   Wunsic, of    Victoii  is  in town  toilay.    Mi.   JUunsio is  largely n teres ted  in the lumbeiing industry     at  Shdwnigan    Lake  and   oilier   | l,uv:������,  and is also inleitstcd     in  the Ladysmith Lumber Company.  S. lVIcll.   Smith assessor foi the lr-  land,  is at     the Abbottsford.      Mr.  SnutJi  is  lookinn; after   the  busim*>s  of his  department  in  tins section  JI  is Uic     place  made vacant  by McH.  Smith's promotion to his present, position   that   Mr.   Thompson,   so   long  government agtni  at  Ladysmith,    is  now filling in  Yictona.  Superintendent, rJos. Hunter and  Survpyoi King are up today from  Yicioi a. Mr. Hunter had nothing of  especial interest to say, except that  just now the San Francisco ��������� ������������������'  mark-t js unusually good for this  seascn  of  the year.  TO WNS1TE EXTENSION  Adjoining tho old lownsite of  DUNCANS, V. I.  A,"small jarea has been laid off   in town lots which are bo w offered  ���������  at  Staffoid Law, a young Englishman  travelling foi recreation, is in/ tho  city for a few days He lias been  spending some time at the Horse  Shoo hotel in Chemiainus. Mr Law  says he  would  enjoy  a trip  back  jn-  LOW   PRICES   AN    D ON  EASY TERMS.  The future of the  Cowichan  will e'iceed  expectation:  and   this is a good chance *���������*��������� a sate and  proiiicililf   inu'slmcnl.  iSEE 1 LAISS AND PRICES  Ag:-nt8, J. STEWART J. H WI11TTOME  La 'I \ smith,   V.   I.  ���������*a&^s365^oX35CerA'a-*5S  ��������� ���������   ��������� ��������� ���������  ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������    ��������� ���������  CONTRIBUTED  ��������� ���������   ������������������   ������������������������������������  ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������   ��������� ���������  Editor  Ledger,  Sir,���������It is with  a  THE STRAINED  ANGl.O-  ^ - GERMAN RELATIONS-  London, -Aug. 2S.���������Mr..-tJames Bryco ,  has thought it desirable jn order to  stem tbe tide of hatred ^ growing up  between Germany and England, owing to the incitements of the 'jingo  to the mountains back of town aid feeling of distrust that I lead a let- . ltss, to write on behblf of thc Dead-  i\oul.d like to look ovei Mie ni.nn*; lcr over the signaling of S Rod- ers, of the Liberal partv, to Profes-  ptopert.es now being worked on in ainR rc pajnUnR ol the Cltv hall aml SOr Barth, editor of the Berliner Na-  that section. ^ somew|mt surJ)r,swl a(  Ulc ,nCon_ tion, assuring him no normal English  ���������""��������� , , -.. ,* .. man i has said or thought it  was En-  Look  in   Forcimmer's   window  and  distances to say nothing of the a������-   ghsh  pohcy tQ  destroy tfce German  something will sutpilse you. -dacity  of  the  wntei.    That gentle-   lle.et j)ef0re it grew  to be a menace  1       '  man   must  first  consider   that  he   is   to   England.    He  says  it  is  a mon-  ACCIDEiNT  Ox\7 TIIE ' noi  a late-]*aycr  nor  even   a resident stroiis   presumption  that any  power  SHORT-LINE ami  f(ji th]s ���������ca!.on thC|aCti0n o������ lhe has thc right to claim to put a "m-    .. , .,        . , it to the naval and militia measures  m,      rn ii       ,    ,.      city  council  in aiting  the  ratepavei      c ,        .   .    ...     ,.  'I wo  Chummon   were  rather  badlv - of a sovereign state like Germany^  bruised Iii  an  accident   m  thc Lady-  {ho  prefcience  is to   be highly  com- j    Despite Mr.  Bryce's well  meant as-  smith-Kxtension short line tb>. morn memicd-l picsume  they  are  not fools surances,  no view  is commoner  am-  in-r.   The men  weie working en  Im    to allow  that hotel keeper  on  Rob- ong  normal  Englishmen today  than  second     nestle     Mhen it gave way, 'ertlS)  slieet   to  influence  them,     and that England must destroy the Ger-  blowing  them  to  the  ground.  Thev ...    ,���������������������������,������������������  ���������,,,���������, T ,,��������� nian Heet or risk losing her'colonics  . ~r��������� i     I,    i. ,      apart Horn  that,  knowing  what 1 do ������  medical   attention   in   the later on. The English Channel sqimd-  of paints,  1 would not consider -iicy  ron,s Went  vigit  to  ,he  BaUic   ,s    I would  Imj working in thc best intei- undoubtedly in the spirrt of a hostile  Do von know that yon  can gel the c-sls of the city were they to\iccept naVal  demonstration,   if not a prove-,  fincst stationary  in  town at      the jibe lowest tender foi if that weie soi Cation to Germany.  Drug Sioie? instead   of  Mr.   Smith's  having  the !    The     vaunting tone in  which the  -      contract,  it should  be mine,  for  the   jingo papers record its'pi ogress and  Fiesh  plums  for  table  or  pies'iv-  M>0 Oil tender I put  m was $5  lower distribute, the impiession of awe and  ing, 2 baskets- for 25c.  Rlair ,v Adam  tlian lus'    At  tbe same time I  >av   admiration this  imposing array    of  -��������� o  'tlnee tunes  moie taxes than he,' al- 35 battleships r-nd cruisers and num-  h'OUTBALLlORS   EXTEN1!) though   lain  not  complaining   Then   erous destroyers is making along the  VOTE   OF    nil :<A. again, Mr   Kodding says li If it, '������s ah- coast of Holland and Denmark- de-  The footlalleis held a very we'-at- solutely     nccessaiy     for   a man  to   pri\es the cruise of all real friendli-  tended  meeting  last night  at which board or spend ,1ns t'ini'O ������it any par- noSs, ^  whatever courtesies may at-  aho.uly   \o(c  of   tli.-nks   was  pas r*d ticular  hotel   m   older   to   get      tbe   tend  it. ~ - \  to   the committee  who  arranged   for city woik, the council should have so      The present  state of feeling      be-  thc     recent   entertainment,   to  Mrs. sluted when   they called for  tendeis"  twec-n Gcrma'ny anti  England'is    un-  Uuntei.  j\lis    Muir,   Mis   W.   Sander- Hi'ic  is   where  he  shows   his  incon-   q'licstionablcy  a menace  to Eurojean  son anl Mis-, MtAhlLin  to  the    city sistencies,   lor I have  actually  Known   j e.ice and King Edward's' failuie to  hand  and  thc  pejfoimcrs  at thectn- bun ^o  move  fiom   one hotel  to  an- meet the Kaiser on his way to Cail-  ee.it, and   to  the public ior    '.ji kind othei and make a good  lei low of him-  si ad-is a great symptom,-not only of  pationagc.    The   amount   c-������*ar*d   l,y self   when   there  was   a job  in  sight,   the royal, but of the national strain-  tlie     conceit  and   dance   !s   n.t   >tt do the job and off  again   to another  ed   relations.  Inown,   but the albui   was  a financial hotel  and   do likewise  (and  the Rob-     The king,   it   seems,  was unwilling  success                                                     .cits street hotel he speaks ot is one)  to meat the Kaiser if the latter re-  Theie  will  he  a full  piactice of the *���������"   today theie is  scatcely un   hotel  crnved him at some place on his  di-  leceived  camp.  football   club   this   evening.   o-  AT THE  ABBOTSFORD  IT.  Dunnell,  Nanaimo.  K    T.   Hughes,   Vicloiia.  J.  T   Kelso,  San   Francisco  Judge   Han .son,   V etoria.  W.   n    Iininnei,   Seattle.  D    Loeming,  Yutona.  ���������J    Dennis,  Vicloiia  >S    McB    Smith,   Victona  Jt  Staffoid,   I*:ni!,l uiii  Thos    Doll's,   LtMiflwii,     2ng.  J    Hunter,   Vicloiia.  in town where he has not boaided in rcct route through Germany, but the  himself oi had. his man boaid in. In Kaiser wanted the king to leave his  Lict   he   would  go  so low  as   to say    lotite for an interview at Weisbaden,"  i "If I get the job I will boaid my fiom which the King excused himself,  men  with you," and now he squeals (    It "would have seemed  like "going  'because the game he plays has bern to Canossa" after the kaiser's recalled  by anothci  painter.  Truly he 'cent  peiformances  and the uttcranc-  ;i:u.st ha\e    torgottcn that old adage   ^s of the semi-official German press,  /'what is good to gnc sbould'nt be  bad  to take."  I Now, Sir, let him take a little  rdv ccj lcr-.e that hermit like sh.uk  in Chinatown, outside the city limits among the Chinrji.cn, it has certainly done its sci\ice, bcjome a  latc-payci,   shoulder  alillle of      thc  .binden  of paying   foi   the  painting of  thc city     ball,   then he can kick  to  lus  beait's content.  HARRY   KAY.  and  the king dared not risk it      ,u  view of  Knglish Germanphobia.   O   '  Best tobacco, fruit and candies at  Carter's, First Avenue.  lcr  con!  S.S.  Relfasl.  was  in  por  this morning.   ;  Steamer Ivdna  Grace, called  ,|.   foi  coal   this   morning.   ,  Last     evening      the  Monday next s Labor (jay and a  public' holiday. In all probability  a large crowd of people will go on  the  Haiitc's   Excursion to Vancouver.  steamer  ..1-ia.n  | Tickets   for thc trip arc already'��������� selenitic ,nto  this  port for coul. i ,. ,,,.,, ',     ,   v-      ���������        ��������� l'.ng well, both here and  at Nanauno  and very   likely thc full  number  will  be disposed  of in a day  or .two. The  round  trip    is exceedingly cheap,  on  ly .fl.noi  An  attempt  is   being  made   lo   arouse,   new   interest  in   Lacrosse       in  Nelson.    Witb   that   end   in  view     -:l  meeting  was held  this  week, when it  wa������ decided   to hold  the chili together   for a little   while   to  see  if       the  players could not- J;c  induced  to practice   more      ih:u.   they  have in   thc  past.   The.     majority   of   the seniors  seem  t(,  think  that  they do not nc-.d  practice, hut they (ind out, their mis- BAN.JO FOR SALE  lake wlu-n a match t,akes phtec. An Victor & Dobson banji.  eflort v.Mli |;e n:a.'ie to arrange an-| condition for sale chea  other mat'.h   this   season. ' Shanks'  barber  shor,  .1  i  From this data on five cents  buy a nice, cool glass of beer  Jones'   Hotel.  will  at  HEAP��������� A  In first-class  Ajiply.   II.  1   avenue.  ���������������   Have you tried g  NABOB TEA?.  Best 50c. Ceylon Tea in the  Market  ysmith, B. C.  [orrigoii's,  g       WILLIAMS   BLOCK. TELEPHONE 6-7  Bartlett Pears,  $150 Box  Apple*, Red Astra-  chan, Qravenstein,  Codlin, $1.25 box  Grapes, 15c lb  Large Watermelons,  50c.  Fresh Tomatoes 10c. lb  Choice Lemons 35cdoz  Valencias Oranges,  30c, doz  JV'  Local Peaches    ioc. lb  Suits  Do you wear  clothes that look  as if they belong  to you?  It takes Skilled Cutting and  Tailoring to make them look  that way Our Garments arc  Tailored with so much Talent ami Skill that they adapt  . themsehes to thc figure with  a giace and ease that at once  indicates  that tbe clothes be-  i  long to thc wearer We have  ju&t spread  out out  Fall  lin-  \es- and  they  are Beauties.  ��������� Fancy Tweed"tako tbe tead.  We've suits at    ~  $7.50, $10, $12,50, \\  way up to $20  Come in and inspect them.  SPORT  33  W     "W     *mY     *m������     W     "mY     *mY     ^Lf    V^     ***    ^*^  ATHLETICS���������  The     Canadian Press  understands  that  Alfred  Shrubb,   the  winner    of  many amateur running .championships  and  holder  of     many  records,   will  shortly  pay a visit  to  Canada,    /il-  iicd   Shiubb,   thc  great   English  distance 1 tinner, was defeated hy   .T. Mc-  Gough,  the Scottish distance  r- nner  at the games of the West Scotland  Harriets about three weeks ago. The  race,was a mile and a hall unvitation  and McGough won, in C minutes, 52-  3-5 seconds, which is a new Scottish  J recordr   and  only  5  seconds  slower  than the     British record held      by  Shrubb.  We are right Up=to-Date  For fall 1905  FOOTBALL���������  The English    footballcis, who, .Wider   thc  charter  of  the. "Pilgrims,'>'  aie visiting  the  United   States and  Canada next month, will  play     in  Montreal on September 9th.    On the  11th they will play Hamilton,    and  tbe  day  following' will  be spent in  visiting  Niagara  falls.    On' Wednesday, the Lith,  the Berlin  team will  l*c  played,  and on  Saturday,     the  [ 18th,  the English will face  the Canadian champions at Gait.  Fiom there the players will enter  tbe United States, playing two days  'each in Detroit, St. Louis, and. .Chicago, three days in Philadelphia and  one*day each in NewtYork and Boston. F. II. Milnes, of Sheffield Uni-  K ted, .will captain the team.  MCClLOSKEYaS.A -  GREAT  MANAGER  BLAIR AND ADAM.  School  Suits  We   still    have  some of  those  suits for strong  !   boys,    suitable  for school at  $2.95  Some of these  were as high as  $4.50, but. we  want the space  for the new  suits, so out  they go.  BOYS' S IFF i  SOFT FRONT  Shirts  including the W. G. &  R, make, pretty p<jt=  terns. They run from  65c. to $1.00  REffEIS  COAT B  for   Boys and |  Youths       have  just arrived, the  fabrics are Chinchilla, Frieze and 1  ��������� - *  Chevoits. 1  Every  boy '.en- I  joys a Reefer   I  They are roomy |  and allo.w a boy I  lots of play. I  ASKTOSEETHCM   1  "Honest Jolinr McCloekey is Just'  the man to taKc hold of tlie St. Louis beam,' said Ted Sullivan, tbe Veteran baseball manager and owner,  who is in Seattle.  "McCloskcy "lus it 'all over half of  those boy managers tihey have lifeck  theie in the big- leagues. - No, its on  the level with me. McCloskey knows  Uaiscf.fill when be sees it, can manage  a team as it should . be, and let me  tell you would do well in any ol  thc towns'. With "-'him St. Louis  would spruce up wonderfully. I have  lmowu McCloskey in base'all foe a  long time, and knojw what he is and  what he can do.".  EVERETT TEAM WILL  GO , ON TOL'R  The Everett Baseball Team, at the  close of the present season is planning a '"barn-storming" tour, Vgin-  ning at' Snohomish and ending at  Pinole, Cat, says an Everett dispatch. The tour "Will last from September 20th to Noverriber 2nd. For-  tv games will be plaved. The Smoke  stackers will net leave 'until ten  days aficr the ser*sc������i closes,-so as  to allow time to play the first series  tie oft with Vancouver.  With a-large range of goods for the scas-on, our"ALL WOOL,UN-  DERWEAR,   GGNTS'   SOCK S,  GLOVES   and  MITTS,  and   the  BEST   -VALUE EVER SI-IO WN,! nobody need be cold this Fall  or" Winter, when they can^procurc  just  what, tlieyrequj'te   and  at  SUCH REASONABLE  PRICES,  and such a -&REAT  VARI.3rY  to select,from.at- v ' ' ,  SIMON LEISER & GO Ltd.  We call your attention to ,ur,s1ocfc'  of    CHILDREN'S  SCHOOL  SHOES.  JUso our OLD COUNTRY PIT  SHOES.    t   THE BEST IN      THE  LAND   OATAOBE ST  LADYSMITH  ������!  W. G. Fraser  [    THE  MAT���������  Des Moinse, la., Aug. 30.���������Jack  Cany, thc Montana cowboy, defeated Doc Fillmore, Canadian | champion  in awie5.Uing match here last night.  Carry took the first two falls in  1') m mites and 20 seconds and 12  minutes   respectively.  TIIE  WHEEL���������  NewVork, Aug. ,'JO.���������The American  quarter-mile amateur_Jbicycle championship was captured. last night at  the Valesburg track in Neward by  Teddy Billington, of the National A.  C. of Brooklyn. His club mate, Jas.  Zaiies, finished second. Iver Lawson  ol Salt Lake City, was defeated in  stiaight heuts by Frank L. Kramer^  American champion for tlie last four  \cais.  1  Merchant Tailor,1   - -  .*-���������"     ' _   , *    ' (ist Avenue}'��������� >  **' ' j *    * *. ���������*-)���������      '"  Spring Stock on hand. Call early and  get your choice  GUNS   RIFLES  SHELLS  CbMPLETE STOCK JUST  ARRIVED  and thay  - include tbe following well' known make makea-  -"   PARKER & LEFEVRE SHOT  GUNS, SAVAGE & WINCHESTER ���������  ' r        RIFLES, BROWNING'AUTO MATIC  SHOT GUN..KYNOCK, EL :  .     EY & VULCAN SHELLS:        ' : k ^- 'J "    -*������  LADYSMITH HARDWAKEXQ., Ltd  J '>    ' t*** 4       i* jt"    T        *. v ' *-        r  !  Why Buy From Peddlars?  If J ou can get first-class goo ds    at     low prices, from a reliable  house at hoine.  Tha peddlars'that call here try to.^ct nd of such  trash'as they cannot sell at home. If you get an aiticle from    a  reliable firm you are sure tha I the goods aic as represemted,  and  if you are not satisfied you have something to fall back on as wo  are here since this town was   first started,  and hold  oui  reputation  as    a lust-class  houss.   We cany nothing an our Imc but the  best quality of goods and sell on  small  piobts,  as  oui  expenses  are small.    We ha\e nojat salanes to pay and no travelling expenses     Call and compaie our prices and our goods, and tloiijt te-  dec������ived. 1&a__-:  I s:  B.FORCIMHER  Watchmaker, jeweler, optician  First Avenue,   X  *>%,  X  ���������PHONE  2-4  PHONE 24.  J. STEWART  Conveyancing     fi      Notary Public  P. O. BOX a68  $525   Cash  buys  one of  the neatest  and    best finished homes  iu town.  Fust-t'liifis locfatiion.  },250���������Secures two fine lots < few  yards from the Pbstphice. $400 ;on  mortgage.   Y       ��������� r     . _ A'  ' t.'  $150���������CasHi- secures   good   four-ro'.'iin-  ed dwelling. Balance $200 mi lime.  $.'100���������Cash   secures   7-roomed   house'  Balance, $260,  ou  time. ,  Ladysmith,   B.  C  i  I  Stoves  Stoves  h^0  We are making them of the Newest ' Pattern and Lntesf J  Styles.  WE DO ALL KINDS OF TOU NDRY *WORK  Our Prices are Rciaona.   blc  SEE OUR   NEW STOVES IN HLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  LADYSHITH IRON & 5TOVE WORKS CO., f.TD.  $200���������Cash,and $10 per^nionth for a  four-roomed house with p-uilry and  bath-room.  All  newly     xp3c;d and  painted  in  and out.   Fine.-gulden.  Water  laid on.  $100���������Cash;: and $10. per month buys  good dwelliri'g'iliouse, small hous������  on same lot bringing $5 per monjh.  Splendid well.neigbbors willing to  pay monthly rental for water. Purchase  is almost  self-supporting.  $000���������Buys good central business property.   Well  rented.  Houses  to rent.    Call   and  get  particulars.  Fire,   Life  and   Accident  Insurance.  Deeds,  Wills,    Mortgages,   Contracts and Agreements Drawn, :  FOR RENT.  The hotel apartments of the Portland.   Hotel,     consisting'of .twenty  rooms,      including  kitchen,   pantry,  store-rooms,   14  bedrooms,  well  furnished,  :tc.   The house,  without the  bar, will be leased by the undersigned  at very  reasonable'. rates.     Call  and look over   tlie premises. A -iood  boarding house keener can do  well.  ;,..���������'���������..'..   ANGELO TATE,  Proprietor.  From this date oa five cents will  buy a nice, cool glass of beer at  Jones'   Hotel.  Dr.RvB. Dier  Surgeon Dentist        \|  Air work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates. '.���������{  High St. Ladysmttij||  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  Dr. Dier's office is open evenings  and appointments can be made for  work at any time through the week.  Only first-class dental work is turned out and it is done at reasonable  prices ,: st  Choice preserving plums, 251b boxes  for 50c.  at Blair & Adam's  Forcimmer's    window is very attractive.  Ah Wing & Go,  Merchant Tailors!  Ladies' and Gents'  Clothes  Made ti'  Order.  1 '*  PERFECT FIT GUARANTY ���������VV(irj  J.  L/L^/MnH,  ��������� ���������  - 4  Have you seen Maggic~Riley weaiil  ing  that  pretty,   ready-to-wear   hall'  .ccently purchased     at Sim������n Leifli)':  & Co.'s Ltd.?

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