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VOL. 2,
- WEDNESDAY,  JULY,5,  1005.
In the Supplementary Estimates
$2,0CO is Set Pown for a
Public   Building
At Laclysmith-The Same Amount
_ *-
is Allowed for a Federal Build'
ing at Cumberland
Have Recently Been| Fonnd
Among the Archives
of Hawaii
The Document   is Dated
1794 Bears Explorers
Ottawa, July 4.���The supplementary estimates for the fiscal year
commencing July 1st, were presented to pailianieut  tonight.    They  to-
building  <i2,00O;  Williams Heart quarantine  station;.repairs  ana\ improvements.     $1,100. Mission City wharf,
$2,500; Graham Island-wharf, $2,500;
Honolulu, June 28.���A letter bearing the signature of George Vancouver, the great explorer, has been
found among the archives ol Hawaii.
It was written in 1794 and is a testimonial     left by the    explorer with
The Dominion government has sent
on for use in entertaining the members of the ��� American., institute of
Mining Engineers, r*,0X), Dawson
has  raised  $7,500     more.   $500 wilj
King .Tanehameha, the Great, tertl-1 ^'^^^ ?*���>U* ���-
ry��V yt oh* < ^aoeMk^pasillon, Se ���- t ' "?. vic,n,ty- The
ami kind ire.li.Jt of Vancouver and j^��� ^^ mcMhl* thosc w"��
his  men.   The document is  well pre-
Th�� American Institute of
Mining Engineers Will
Be Welcomed
$12,500 on Hand to Assist
in their Entertain
President | find Vice-pre,��i
dent Present at the
With Simple Ceremony the
Great Statesman in Laid
to Rest
tal .$13,414,973,  maUng  wifh       M*.e  Countowy  '' river improvement, $5,-"
main,    estimates     sul;prr|t1 cl    ..omc
weeks ago, a grand total of -182,079,-
370. $25,000. is set apart lor , Hie
new quarantine steamer at Victoiia;
$75,000 for 1fl2 new hy L-jj-r.iplw:
steamer for British Columbia ,v; teis.
Two thousand four hundred do. I a is
each is voted for the.. County rourt
Judges al Victoria, Atlin and Fast
Kootenay. The judge, at Atlin gels
a living allowance of $1,200. Fifty
thousand is voted to the New Wesl-
min.stcr  exhibition.
British    Columbia buildings'  \otes
are:       CunVbeiland, public   ���  ihlings,
$2,0CO;,   Ladysmith  public buildings
$2,000;   Vancouver public  jtiilivag   lo
pay contractor,  Thos. .Thomp'ins, in
final settlement, $781:50,  Nelson public building to pay balance due contractors,      $1,901;      Osoyoos  nubi.e
000;  wharf on Fraserat "Port~ Hammond, v^.3,00;  Campbell river  wharf,
$2,500.       There is a snagfooat      for
Skocna   liver  costing   US.OOO;   Lewis
and Yukon ,rivcr improvements, $15,-
00ft, . additional     for Canada-Msxico
service $50,000;    'repairs'to steamer
Quadra,  $30,000.
Kamloops-Nieola telephone line, re-
poling,  $3,350;  Hazelto-p-Port Simpson line extension, Aberdeen ��� to Port
Essington,   $3,000;  Nanaimo,   Parks-
wile,     Alhorni,  Cape Beale lines' to
Provide for     settlement':.! Canb.di.in
Pacific      Railway's  account ��� Tar the-
general  overhauling of these lines in
191.2 3-1-5.   Olvanagan Landin|gj-Kelowr
na telegraph line extension;'.. *p I-iHice-.
ton,    .   $0,000!' . C^ie^rei'-Barkerv'ille
branch to complete repairs, $131,000
served    Many      oilier   similar, rallies
have been found,     among them being
numerous treaties     with'tiic various
people of-the world by the Hawaiian
monarch.   There are also'Ietters signed by. the Haaiian kings ot the early,
part  of      the lase century.,  showing
their allegiance    .to  Great  Britain,
and one     from the first Kamehamcha
to King -George Third  telling him of
the'complete conquest of all the Hawaiian     groups by the     Island king.
���Yaifcduver's''letter -tells of  a "meeting
of chiefs   at  which the  soverigr.ity   of
���Great Britain was acknowledged.
automO" -���;:: **-.
$   4
Laschftiiip, .France. July 5.���The in-
Lrnlon,   July  5.���An  official     express ion of regret has been conveyei
to the American Embassy that
members  of the cabinet will  not be
able to attend  the memot'al service
for Secretary May at St. Paul'.", o-i
account of their  presence  being-
quired in Pfiiliameht.
c ^^^^^ *
Chicago,   Ills.,   July   5.���According
to dispatches received by the Record  tornationaf'Wtomobile^ race for   the
'Herald from 150 of  the principal  ci-    !������,-,   ,-,���..,-    ���' . ��� ,.   ��� ,    .   .
.. , ,. ,T .. . ���. . / ������r . James Gordon-Bennett-.Cnp, started
ties of  the United  States,  30  people     . ,       ,      ...      - .
were killed and 1,677 injured by tx-jaL B " clock ^morning, Thcry, the
plosions of-lire crackers, (he arms, French champion, heing the first off,
gunpowder and toy pistols on the [ followed by the entire eighteen, contour th of July. - testants.        At exactly     six o'c'sock
Thery  shot "6fT amid .loud chee-ringT
The seventeen  other contestants  followed at live minute .intervals'.' ��>oW
I  after tbe start Jenat|/,y,.the German
'^' , champion, suffered a delay of 20 min-
I ules     which threatened to put him
out of the race:     ..-''-,, *
I    Lachampes,  July 5.���The time     of
jc_ I of  the  leading  contestants' at '   ihe
end  of     the first lap of the international  automobile  race  was:   Lancia,
ono      hour,   35  minutes;   Thery,  one
hour  35   minutes;   Duray,   1.49;   Naz-
'/.ari,   L'!!)"/ Werner,  1.50; Cagno,   1.64
Earp,  1.5-1; Braun, 1.56..
The distance of each lap was     87
miles.      Thery   won  the  race,   finishing   in  fouith and  last  lap in  seven
hours rnl  ten "minutes elapsed  time.
He   received   a tremenMous  ovation.
.     .       THE. COOLIES.
The steamei   Stanley   Dollar may,
[ after  all, be  allowed  to  bring       the
cargo of Japanese she  was chartered
lo cany to  this port, says tlie Col-
.    , must.    It was repotted  from  Ilonolu-
lu that  she had -been refused  p   mission  to embark the passengers.     The
Stanley  Dollai   is  a British steamer,
icg.i��teied- at this port.    Her agents
i at once  took  up   the matter  of  the
j refusal   of the  Honolulu- collector   to
j allow      her to eml.fcrk the cargo of
I Japanese  with  the, Washington     authorities.,   with  the result  that   ��� on
I f\Ionday Collector of Customs  S.t'ic''-
; a'l-le at     Honolulu  received  instruc-
tioiiK  from   the United  States   treasury department ordering     *������>. ��� ��� have
an   inspection  matte  of. the  Stanley
Hollar at  Honolulu, and  if tho vessel
was found  to be in a satisfactory run
di I ion   to  carry** passengers,  she    M-*.
to'be given   a clearance aivd  allowed
to teni-h-ark i,|-j2 Japanese for Victoria.
While in East Africa Inves-
tigating Tropical Diseases
The growing popularity of Shawni-
gan Lake these la,st f2W years     has
brought home to those interested   in
the place, and also those visiting it.,
the necessity for  some  scheme  t. of
improvement by   which,  not  only  the
greatest amount of pleasure can   be
ob tain art  from it, but also a greater
amotmt of profit  in  one sense.   While
the number of houses  going  up   has
greatly'improved the lake-^is a resort
and has consideiaWy added to its at-
tiactivenlrss,   yet   a gMd   deal   more j
remains to lie done.   One of the most
pressing and  immediate necessities is
the improvement   of   lhe outlet
southwest   winds  blow  directly
the     stream  leading from  the lake,
and     dining along course  of  ye'ais
there has  accumulated  at the mouth
of the .lake, and in  the first few hundred feet of, the stream # large gravel aank.    This has .become so  notico-
aible during  the  past  year   that   this
summer the water .'.'m the lake is 4111-
usuall'/ high,  the  cause  bcinj--      the.
choakod    outlet.. If  this   impediment
were cleared away, the effect would
.  be the reel anna tion  of a great  many
acres of valuable laud all around the
lake,   the   improvement  of several   of
the  present  holdings,   and. rendering
availa-ble a minvhcr  of most,  desirable
...building sites, for it is the numerous
sheltered hays- which are. most
sought after for sulnirban homes.
The land in most of these bays - is
very rich
.''Berlin,  July 5.���The Cologne   Gazette     prints extracts  from  private
letters written by,Prof. ���Roiiert' "Koch
who "went to "Germain East Africa at
the end of 1904 for the further investigation  of certain  tropical diseases,
showing that     he has already  made
important     discoveries      aLout the
; Tzetze Hy, and he says  that the insect can qe rendered harmless through
simple   means.
Piofessor Koch made still'more im
portant discovery that Trypfanoso-
niata microbes, which are present in
sleeping drops, exist in the Tzetze
fly. (He further discovered .in April
last- that the rel/Vpsing fever is
transferred ' to men through a small
sand tick. These discoveries are regarded here as of great importance.
The professor visited the Ohehe tableland which he found to he temperate and salubrious, and 'highly suited to European settlement.
., .   ��� .    NANAIMO.
The  ' police    commissioners     held
their regular monthly meeting in the*
city  hall last evening.    There    was
nothing of general inlterest done. The
chief reported twelve cases, in the police court   during   the  month,   seven
for gambling or being onlookers  at
a gambling game, one for abusing an
officer,   four  for Ijeiwg drunk and  in-
capaible.    A   letter  from   the British
Columbia Land  and Investment Company complaining of the defacing--and
malicious injury to their property on
Selby,  Albert and Halityirton streets
was  referred   to tire chief,   who  "will
see; that the action complained     oi
heie ycsteiday. will le in on
the Princess May oe. Thursday moining, when the steamer is ex|.cctcd. to
coal on her way up to Skagway. A
leport* from the north tfiven by Ex-
Mayor McLennan, says:
."Dawson     is     preparing to give .a
rousing reception to the members of
lhe American Institute of M ning Engineers, and in order io carry out the
welcome in a way befitting the occasion   ihe     citizens of     Dawson havc
snusciibod $7,500.   II is the inten|>ion
ol  the Dawsonites  to show the mining ensr.ncers all o\ci the creeks near
al   hand,  drives .will be   taken to all
neighboring     points ol  intciest,,  and
jidging      by   the   preparations   beino
mad.*,   I lie  engineers will carry  away
wilh   them   tender  memories  of Dawson's     hospitality as well as a good
general l-nowledge of the,resources of
lhe country." "*
Mr. McLennan, a former Mayor of.
Dawson, ami a member vof the haul-
ware firm of McLennan & McFceley,
oi Vancouver, returned from the Yukon on the Princess May 'after an absence of three months.
"Business conditions in the north
are better than ever," said Mr. McLennan, "for the reason that during
the Tanana rush many thousands"
of dollars worth of old Dawson
stocks were worked oil' and new
goods, are now being taken into the.
district. Then again, merchants have
Tanana, and the field is therefore a
left Da warn, many of them going to
better one for those who have remained.
"When I got to Skagway on my
way out I met Commissioner Mclnncs on his way to Daw-son. From
what I heaul on the inside the commissioner will-be received with open
arms. His appointment is a populai
one inltho Yukon, and fee. will not)
I am sure, find any serious difficulty
facing him in the territory.
"Wlplc T was in Dawson the Waterworks Company, in which I aim financially interested, made a proposal
to install a svstem of hydrants on
the Dawson streets, in order that, the
city might have eflicient protection
in case of fire The proposal was
well received, but as Commissioner-
JVS2Tr1r.es hat not a t that time reached
the city no action could be taken by
the council. Ht'wcver the matter is
to come before the council shortly
after the commissioner 1 caches Dawson, and I am sure that the protection will he secured."
Clev-cland,      Ohio,   July 5.���At almost exactly noon today'flu* body of
John  Hay  was laid   tovrest  in   Lake
\iew     cemetery. Around     ihc  open
'���.rove at the last moment stood with
bowed heads the President and  Vice-
President of the United Slates, members and ex-members of  tlie piesenl
cabinet, and  men  who had in  f(Jrmei
Feats .served with the dead secrctarv
in tho oflical family of President, Mc-
Kinley.       There  were many others
who  willingly would  have paid  tribute of honor and  respect  to      Mi-
Hay,  but as it was the wish  of the
fanily .that - Ihc funeral   be coii4*cleil
foi    John** Hay, "the man  thev knew
and loved in  private-life, and not for
the blilliant,  forceful,  pi enucr whose
name\, is honored wherever" statesmen
tie rsteemed among men.     The   as-
s.einhlage'at his-funcial an'd  around
his grave was,  therefore'small,    'ihe
visible honors accorded in death were
'n   latio'diieclly  reversed   to   those
neelv; given   in life,   and.peihaps    no
greater  testimonial  to  the worth   of
the man could " have .been grVen   than
'he miiet manner  in which   his coun-
trym n,   *- wh0     appreciated      his
character and achievemtcnls, stood aside at .his family's wish to take hostage of  the future for  the endurance
of his name.
The; events of the day commenced
with'the arrival of President Roosevelt's- train at 9 a.m., and closed
with Tits departure at three. The
funeral  itself was held  bet vecn
Press   Declares   That Mutinies
Were Result of Rotten System in Vogue
A Naval Captain in   Denouncing
Officers Says They are Disgustingly Incompetent
and 12. o'cloek
at neon.
���k,  the interment l.^.nn
Will be Over a ^lilliou Cases Less Than Four Years
Ago       v
St.  Petersburg,  July 5.���With the
publication  of the Official  Messenger
of the official account  of the tragedy
at Odessa,   the hand  of the censorship is raised and all papers are filled
with column  upon columns  of     the
accounts  from   foreign   papers.  Leaving aside   the  machinations   of    the
revolutioftts   the   press,   wilh      one
voice,  declares  that fhe mutinies 0���
hoairt  ships of the Black Sea squart-
Jon     were  the ""result  of  the rotten
system yti vogue in the Russian navy.
The blue-jackets   being utterly     neglected and'the officers ashore except
dining bn'ef cruises.    Captain  Clado
in  a long interview,  affirms  that the
question   of food   was a mere  pretext
the real  cause ..being deeper,   in " tlie
complete  lack  0f sympathy  between
the men  and officers, most  of whom
lie  says,   are   disgustingly   incompe-'
Owing  to  their positions and     influence at SI.  1-vier.^-u-g, they care
nothing for good service or the well-
being    of     the men.    Other  wiiters,
some oi   whom evidently an ' __
the svrviee, but   who wiile undeTas-   riml 'hm' anfl  askcd  for coal.  P1'0'
sumed  n unes  in  a most   savage flSh-   ViSi��" *'"** medical attendance.    The
ion,   declare     that  the   buicaucratic    mutineers 'demanded that tlie author-
should  learn  the lesson  that  the s0I-
dieis  and  sailors  aie  beginning     to
awaken,   as  the  people have  already
St.  Petersburg,  July  5.���Cossacks
fired on the Putiloff Works'  strikers
this      morning.    The trouble      was
started    by      the arrest of  a  youth
while cntei ing the     works.   The police x suspect'i-d  him  of ha,ving dynamite   in   his      possession.   On   being
made 'a   prisoner   the; youth   drew a
revolver and shot     his captor dead
and   was  himself  wounded  by a .bullet  fired   by another policeman.
The slnkeis quickly crn^regated,
and the Cossacks were ordered to
to dispose. The soldieis charged upon them and fired a volley, causing
seveial casualties amojng the strikers. The excitement in the district
is inlense.
Thodosia,      July   5.���The  Russian
ligh in   baU,(,s'hiP   Kniaz   Polemkine Jias   ar-
tl*e   iikiyy   is   only reaping
is  sown, and   plainly  intim
ities     of  the town "guarantee their
safety during the stay of the     ship
legime  in
whaj   it h
mate Ihat, similar conditions "exist in
(he aimy.
"Fear,"  says  (he Slovo,   "is    the
in!r.mvS   ��f |dTP,T   in   illCim-'5' !    S^1^. J��Ir 5-The Black Sea
and   ,avi,   and     ,w,ll  serve  as poor   squad,on  under  Rear  AdmiM  Knl
"d TZlfUn'1f"g  thC  *flnk  gCr  rriu���d  ********  from        s
an-Mile 'oval to  tjie throne "as .itlfas, second voyage to Odessa.   The squa-
in the suppression qf "discontent am-
view of having them put a couple of
and could he easily brou'gh . section gangs at  work to deepen the
under cultivation if the easy task of
improving' the outlet of the lake
were undertaken- .
In addition to the blocked outlet
backing up the water and rendering
valueless a quantity of splendid land,
it is stated that this is t.ne of the
causes of the falling off in the fishing during th* past two years. To
some extait this is doubtless . true,
as tlierc has not been the same renewal of the water by natural How
through the stream as there was
some-years ago.    Some of  those" in-
chaimel      for     the rett'iuircd distance.
This   would-only take a few days,  a
week  at   most,   for  once  the top  of
the hank      was    'loosened  the water
would  effect, the rest.   If this     were
undertaken ,just now"-it could be more
cheaply and easily done than at any
ol-lur   time   of   the   year. As   an     in
vestment it is argued ;that the     amount   of 'land Tccla'imod   around,    the
lake       hy   ��.ich   an operation   would
bring   a big   return   to   the  company
within     a year, as building lots are
now being  picked   out  almost  tl&ily,
The government of  British Columbia on June 5th is  understood       to
I have-given to the Grand Trunk pacific Railway Company a crown grant
10,000. acres of land on Kaicn Island
and vicinity, and attached to the gift!
no  condition   except   that   within   12
months from the time of the   crown
grant being issued the company shall
publicly announce exactly where   its
torminus on  the Pacific coast would
be. In      return  for the land  the
Grand  Trunk .Railway gave the   government $1  per acre.
Not many people are aware of the
transacticjn, but those who know it
and'.its details consider that the railway company in securing the crown
grant to the lnnd' coincidently replied to the question as to where its
'terminus will be.
When  the collector refused to clear
the  Stanley   Dollar   with   the cargo
of coolies,  600 had been booked.    Of
Atlin's County court judge gets
$1,200 for living expenses nit, * 0!
the regular salary. The many friends
of Judge Fred McB. Young will r.o-
tice this item in the supplciner.;ary
estimates with pleasure for it makes
a fair amount of remuneration lor I no
services that Judge Young will render to the Atlin district.
Snn Francisco, July 5.���Col. Jefferson E. Dooliffle, a prominent mine
owner and capitalist of California,
is dead. He was a partner in many
ventures with John Hays Hammond,
and' was well known in New York
financial circles. He was a native
of California. 52 years of age.
One Man Lynched and Three
Others Escapo the
' Mob
Russleville, Ky., July 5.���.lames
Lyon, who was charged with assaulting Miss Mary .Gladdon, was taken fit.01 the jail by a mob of P00
men shortly     before  midnight and it
terested are thinking of approaching and those persons already having lo-
the Canadian Pacific officials and ex- cations there are receiving all sorts
plaining matters to them with     a   of offers to purchase,
these many find gone on soard, and is supposed that he was lynched,
when the collector refused to clear j When the mob) reached the jail three
tho vessel, they refused to leave t-he other men in prison on a similar
ship, threatening to bring l'jbel pro- charge, crawled up the iron railing
ceedings against the steamer ifoist-'and hid in the b g water tank near
ed from her. I the, ceiling.
No matter     how freeh  the salmon
ascend   the     Fraset   mer   tide  year
Uie total pack   w.ll be about 25 per
cent,  less  than  it was in the >ear of
���the last     big mil,  1001.   The     total
number     of cases  put   up  then  in all
British     Columibia was about   1,'.*',0,-
000. .This     year il will  not be 1. rre
than a million   all  told.   Some tanneries have     closed down and othcis
have  passed   a self-denying   ordinance
which  they      must perforce keep because when     Ihey reach the limit assigned they will have nothing left  to
put the  fish  up in.   The Fraser nvcr
canneries   have made   prcpaialiens   to
lack  between      750,01-0   and   SOD,000
easels      alnd   the   icinf^'iiin.'i'wni'uncs
about a quarter     of   a million 11101 e
Consequently     when the    supplies of
linpllitc etc . aie exhausted,   the salmon may go on up the ii\ei   leioic-mr.
that  is,  if (here aie     any kit   lo go
Still  more     drastic measures  have
been taken      with the      Alaska  pack,
which,    has been cut in two.   Instead
of  two million cases only one million
will      be put     up- in   the nortjh.   Or
course  the quality. of the  Alaska fish
is so'much     inferior   to that  of the
lh-itish Columbia article that the prices of the     one     have little influence
on   the prices of the other us   general rule.   Still,     so vast     a. shortage
1. i'.' t increase the demand for  I'.rilish
Cclimvbia  brands,   more especially as
f..r various reasons there is no iliance
whatever of the deficiency being made
un   rurther south.   The  total   pack of
lhe  coast,,     which amounted   f<>  over
five million' eases four years an-n, wi PI
ong      the     people^t-he.; government    Potfedonosetz.
dron   included   the   battleship   Georgi
Vespers Rowed a Plucky  Race
but the British Colors Fly
Henley,   Julj
y   5.���Splendid   wcallici 1 ish  the    lead  of half a length   ./hi. U
6 eetod the keenly anticipated  si rug-   1he:hor*e crcw hud  already   ih'amrd-
gle between the Vespers of Ph.ladel-   Tins  was incieased   to a full  length!
When   threc-quaitcis   of   a mile    had
plw'a,  Pa.,   aud   the Leanders  today.
This   was   the  first race  of the  day,
and   tl
, ,   . --  , been coveted the Leanders again slow
lie widespread   interest  taken in   ed  xdown     their stiofce  to 34    i ut
.1 was evidenced  by -the great ciowls   Ihey always   maintained   a safe' h ad.
In the last .quarter the Vespers made
adespciale spurt and Exley c*aiic'M*n-
Thc Am Orleans responded and their boat gra-
d>i,*lly fcrci'd up until only three-
.. i.-rii'is ol a length separated the
I'An [.lows. The efloil, however, was
The Leanders responded to the
spurt of their opponents and passed
Die winning  post a full length       in
which   Ihionged      at all .the  vantage
points along  the  course  and  congie-
caled  in (he  v.pimty  of   the winning ' e-d  his   stioke   rapi lly
post     long    befoie lhe hour  of  the '
si.irl. The      Philadelphians  launHied
tbeii   boat   ;u,il  set   <u"i   on a paddle ;u
II   15   a m. amidst   encouraging sl'.ouis
fniin     the     wg  (iek'oaliou  of   their
counl-rymcn and friendly cheers id the
.British. As   flic  boats came up     to
the  line  before  the start,   the  Leanders
seemed  to  be. the more, compos-   front.       Both crews finished strong
ctl  of lhe  two crews.  The boats got" and     rowed      to the  landing  stage",
away   to-elher,   but,   nervousness   ed j where  thev picked  up  their "boats,
the   I'hiladelphians. was shown  in the j    T
spalsh.in.ir   which   marked  their     first-
half   d-.i-z.en   strokes.    The   Leanders,
with   a stroke  of
and   1 hi
e Americans were as heartily applauded  for  their  plucky effort     as
were  the victors.    The latter ranged
.ad   (he  Berkshire side,  started   in   weight  from  150  to  180. pounds,
the  minute, | while  the Vespers  weighed  from  152
Vespers..10.   The nose of the   to  I.S'l   pounds.
British  craft  for.o-ed  slightly   to   the J    The scenes on the banks  of the riv-
not reach   the four million mark
Claons   Surmarne,   France,   July 5.
���A   motor car     dashed   * 11 f-o  a \W..ll
here   today,   killing   the  driver.    The
two  occupants  of   the   ear   we].",    injured.      A   despatch   fmm   C'uemont
Ferraiid,  France,  says:   A  moloi   car
carrying   four   ollicials   of   *he   anl.)-
mo'bile club of France was overturned
in a ditch  today. M.  A. Chard, m.in-
ager of  fhe club,   was . se-verelv   i;.,.ur-
ed and the     others were injured to a
lesser     -degree.    Another  car   which
was   travelling  rapidly,   turned   over
and mortally injured a child.
t'roiiit, hut there was not much to
choose between ithem when they passed Temple Island in tlie record time
or 17 seconds. The l'liila-de'jphiams,"
however, began to give sigins thai;
the hard work was telling on them.
The Leanders dropped their stroke to
���17, but the Vespers could not. di min
er during the progress of the race
were exceedingly exciting. Enthusiastic, cheers-for both contestants fol-
l-owei'I the boats the ...whole course.
After landing lhe  Americans immediately dressed  and  went, to the Leanders'   Club   to. congratulate       the
Principal   Huggard   in  making
lhe   report
I    A  copy     of the Daily Ledger con-
0111-  ttuning     a report     of their visit, as
of the  last  school  exam-
well as the world's news,  was hand-
following, correction   ed  lo L>iieh     visilor just 1,revious to
j their  departure  for  Victoria.   A doz-
A   mistake  occurred  in giving     the en  of  tho-i  expressed  their  astonish-
numher  of  pupils  promoted  in grade  mcllt     tll.xl     a report     ofthe visit
should have  been so  quickly printed.
As a mark of     their appreciation us
II primer instead  of the figures giv- lhc     traju      s1ark>d  Uirpc     rousing
cheers for the Ledger were given.
his   request
is piv! liehrd:
\"I.I.    The  liumber
promotion  was  1G,
recammended   for
leaving 32 in the
'.' <i
M THE OAlLYLEBGtR  ������������������JJ11I-L.U.'������������������������  ESSE  DAILY LEDGER  *mm  published   every  day except Sunday  BY        THE       DAILY       LEDGER I  COMPANY.  Offices,   Ladysmith  and  Duncans  in  SUBSCRIPTION  PRICE  50  cents   a  month,    $5  per   year  advance.     Advertising rates on ap  plication.  ���������g-YT -*****-iJ**3Jia-^*"***,,asi*a������ag������M  WEDNESDAY,  Jt'LY  5,  100.").  \ KTOKf \   IS  CONFIDENT.  Repoil, co.iu.iue l������ come fiom  A.ciou.i oi sales of ical estate, the  eulaiging ot business houses and tie  building oi new hotels. The latest is  alaige, cight-stoiey, .100 mom hotel  M'ucn is said to be contemplated soi-  ���������,isly, so much-so, that the site basic en SL'lccled and negotiations aie  in,del   way foi  Us purchase  it   is   geueially   bclie\ed   that   the  C.P K   aie thoioughly   m earnest   iu  jiushnig   the   development   in  alll'mcs  ot   WuL-ouU'i   Inland    Ol   lies  at   lhe  cx-lieme   wesiein   end  of   Uieir   great  s\sum,   the  tnoie   Uamc  in   passen-  g'cis  and   ftcighl   ihey   can   get      tor  this   end   cf   ihe   line   the   belter   it  will be loi       lhe whole system        If  gic.u   simmei   lcsoits  like  those on  the   All.int t* to.si,  Soratogo,   Coney  isir.ml,   Bai   llr.ilo-,  and   himdreils_of  les  In  a liniiti d cslen  Sc:. itie's Gi eat  PapeiS     -  fHE  DAILY  SUNDAY  TWICEAWEEI  tl."  Till     O  pesr-  INTeUHiENCBI  n  Write ft* Om  i5?:5y E'r.Mnteil^cneer, 13 t*? 20 Pal-t  I-ufciisbea    tha    fullest    lelegrftphto  m-nows from all paits of tha'world.  All the state and local now*. Daily  and Sunday edition, 75o per month.  Sunday Post-InteUlfiencer, 40 U 59 Ptiea  Tho largest and most oomplet* So������-.  day paper north of fan Trnnnftsse  Special   departments   of  Utaratn%  of fashion, of woman's now*. - ������������������������-  day edition, ffl.00 par year.  Twin a Week Past-I&lefliiam ;/;  , All tho now* ot thowMk la *t**rtTt.<  detallod form. THS TWZOS ���������  WEEK EDITIOH XI THB BEST  TWICE A WEEK PAJE* TtTB-  LISHED 02T THE PAOXJIO OOAJO.  Wilts for sample eopy. and 1* mm* '  Tlnced. ButaMrlption prion, f-LOt-  por year.  i  SI  GO   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks.  Designs  Copyrights &e  Anronesendlnc ������ sketch and description m*������  oulcklT ascertain our oplnlu.i free wliotlier .iu  tnrentlon U probably patentable, CoimuunK*-  MoiSitriotlr&nadoiitl.U. Handbook on Patent*  ���������������nt free. Oldest agency for bocurinfr patent!".  Patinu Uken'throush Mur.n ft to. receive  V4������tai*at<ct, wltTnout charge, In the  Scientific flmcric.ifi.  A hWndaomely Illustrated weekly    I.niacst rtr-  ,������'���������u������rf ^.w^ft n������.&  MuNN &Co.36,BroadwayNew York  Brim-h OOleoTaH* V Sl~ WanhlnKlon. I). C  AH P-tm������atef������WUT������to  POST-lrYTEUiaENCCB Cfc, *���������������!*, Wfjfc.  a. r. wxsToir,  fffl-fi*tt*>*>>**>*ffl*->>ttc->���������^  laKing in addition out   Uiiiopcan aim whipped  up his     horse anil diovc on  \siatic   travel  and   the   thousand.*,  of at a f.moi.s rite.  ���������mmmmM -i r i .....  i-astein   Canadians   who   will   be   our  HK-ucnt     wsilois,   we   can   well   expect   l > -fore   many   seasons   to   have  WON JON     ARF. QUEER  Call t g.il a chick and she suiihs;  call a woman a hen and she how'.'s.  f all an old woman a witch i.r.d she  is indi'uir.ut, call a \oung woman a.  witch and she rather likes it.  Dealers in  Pianos and  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. lit, F.  O. E.     :���������:    '   :������������������:     , :���������:       :���������J  Meets in tke Opera House 1st.and  ���������Jrd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President, B   Forcimmer;     Worthy  Secretary, C H. Rummings.  DAY SCHOOL  Usual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in pencil ani crayons, paint ng in oils and 'wafer colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons gir-  en in classes or individually*;  MISS BERTRAM,  t adysmith, B   C.  Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway  Time fable No. 55,  TAKING  EFFECT TUESDAY, JUNE 20,  1905.  Sat. Sua. Sou'tbb'd  Organs ...  Ladysmith* B.C,  A HORRIFIED CAP..MAN  Henry Herman, the fnglish thcat-  r.tal managi.1, had a glass ci o, that  0:1 one occasion figured prominent1*^  .11 a joke he pia\cd noon a l.iulal  cabn.an.  "lal'.iy"  was dnving Hei man home  lo Ins  icsidence     at   Ilampslea'l  and  o's   the   wav mcicilecMy   tin ashed   lvs<  lijise    Ilciman objected to Ihcman's  ci'i-h'.alcd   places,   can   be,   e\en  mif.i(y   but  said   nothing  until he got  cieiled   on  Van-   oul,  01   U.e  cab     ll.u-inn      List   cau*-  l"i'laml","l"means  gieal   iojall.es    io   U'ly.Uned     his eye elass, be held  ������������������'���������������������������"'��������� *' ^M.i^inl-    it out   bit ween     his huge,   aud tbumn  fhe i.tilwny sysiem H ceitaini.  looks as though Horn now on tin*  nfi1in.il weal I h and sceme beauty o  Hi 11 sh Columbia will have a  chance and   will   ov   made  known  to  r "''vri,':;':,,* sir!" ,t,.;",':,���������;:���������1u ������������������,,,..������-.-.,������.  . I,,.,- 0 <\w\   will   be   maue  i������nowu    l" .     ,,  , ,     .      1      , ,t.,i   iwv   \i- nt  the eve, oxclaimed,    Oh, ci cl e\  V.ti.<-.*���������"*��������� ci   Island   who   visit  the  At- .u   iitu  Untie     sealoaid   epcli   season   then, and,     without  our  lull  share of  tounst  trade  ot    a  good  class,  as well  as   the even bct-  ici     class���������the     investor   of   means,  small   or  laige,   who  will   help  to de-  icl .p   tltis   Lslanvl   soiich   in  natural ,       .   t. ,    .     ...   _    ..   f.,,i ���������  ' .,   .   , , , ,   , ,   e,nl a kitten and she li'.cs it,   call a  icsouices that, have Iain dormant, for   rt ,       .    . ,v . ���������,������������������ ���������������������������    ,,  . woman a   cat and sh'i hates >ou.   11  .so manv vcais. ������ 1 .       , ���������... 4lni  ���������   ' you call a man a gay dog it will nat-  " ter him, call     him a pup, a hound, a  ci.i, r.nrl he will try to alter the map  of >oui face.   He doesn't mind being  c,*.lli.l a     hull or a Lear, jet he writ  obi.'it tf     being mentioned as a calf  or a cub    Men aie queer too.  ii'.d   e*u hiimed  'lhet's whai vou have done, \yu  ��������� oui did! Vou have cut my eye  (, it      with yotn   whip'       1 shall.gi\e-  waiting foi his faie  Newly fit ted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  PORTLAND HOTEL  ANGELOTATE, PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rales  The bar is extra   well  Stocked  '4SM|  ������*  Expressing  Light or Heavy Teaming  Wood and Bark for Sale  Bl C!CITES  FOR TURK V-'.   --   Soe *I.  KEMP, or leave or leis       at  Leio-ln's TransferStables  'PHONE G-0.  FIRST  AVENUR l  It should be borne in mind that  every cold weakens the lungs, l������Wr  era the vitality and prepares the  system for the more serious diseases, among which are the tsjO  greatest destroyers of human life,  pueumonia and consumpdon. ,  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won iu great' popularity by Its  promot cures of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves, the Ivmga .and" opeM the  secretions,"effecting a speedy and  permanent cure. " It. counteracts  any tendency toward pneumonia.^  .   Price 25c. Ur<t SU������ 50c.   ���������  \      ���������     -     : '-; -���������"    t;,-,***  ^���������MflHBfliHisVBVBBiVBVSHBsSaiBBBHsaV^slsV^v  ^ ' Ills������������������~  HOTEL"   LELAND7  IT. J. Wellman, Prop, Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-inodulied. Rates M per  day. Corner <Iranville and Hastings  streets   Telephone, 1���������4."  Under New Managment  Hotel Vv'iison  1 ,  Nanaimo; B.C.  McKinnell &Woodbank  .,  Proprietors.  , Modern and'   Strictly First dais.  Commeicial Mens' lieadquartors.  Fire Troof    Building.  Any  THS GITY7VYAR  R. Williamson Prop  1 st. Avenue Ladysmith \\. C.  Kind  *^:^l23������JS^fc^3SSSBK^S^iC3BSSi \  1   Public' Notice  Attention is called  to the      fact that the  Ogilvie Flour riiiis 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. ofKLECIRfCirV  and having secured control  of    all the. basic patents relating thereto, tal'e  this opportunity of advising   the   public   that  any  unauUi-. ���������;  orized  users of  the electrical    Hour  purifying, processes   will  he prosecuted.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company limited  ve tlie  only millers in Canada whose .Flour i*  purified by tlie electric pre cess  of  Covering Old Surfaces  We have Just r-'ceived a large shipment of the famous Melrose Liquid  Paints) the best on the maikct at  $1.75 per gallon. X\a also handle Maple Leaf brand of varnishes, buggy  paints, etc., in fact we have everything to beautify the home,  Wallpapers fiom 10c to $1.00 per  Double Roll  Painting and paperl.'anging done at  reasonab't? -ates. 'at  HARRY  KAY  FIRST AVENUE  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rate? ?1 25 *��������� d*l.50���������  P"?e bus to all eteamho.it landings anc  ritilwK\ depute.    Elecirie cam every Wjvt  iniuutDb  to all parts oi   the  city.    Bai  uiil ttthh unexcelled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT ST.,  VANCOUVER B, C.  THE JONES HOTEL  \ f  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Go������d Bat  (Half Block from Depat.)   .  GATACRE   STREET-   -Ladysmith.  Wtl QOtid ������Si  Be sure your ticket reads  via - -  Northbound  Leave  Victoria   Shawnigan Lake  ...  Duncans    Ladysmith     Nauaimo;.   Ar! ^Wellington    ... .  S. S. "JOAN" sails from Nanaimo for Vancouver Daily except Sunday; at 7 00 a. m., returning sails from Vancouver for Nanhjmo at  l.rtp.m."'"      .\ '��������� ' " -I *���������  .Excursion rates in effect to all p oints, good going Saturday and Sunday, returning not later than Mond day. < '    *-  GEO. L. COURTNEY^  1 "��������� ��������� '     Traffic Manager.  Southbound Notthuound  Daily Arrive   Leave     and  Wed.        Arrive  A.M.-     P. M. ' - P.���������M.     P.M.  ...    9.00   12.0C Victoria  4.80   7.55   1���������:20 10.40 Shawni-ran Lake  .... 5.17' 6.46  ...   i.   11.00   10 02 Duncan  ...  .?..   .'   5.55 5.55  .....'  ..   11:57    9.10  Ladysmith  ....   ._.....  6.45  5.00      12:40    8.20 Nanaimo     7.37  4.IS      12:53 Lv'3.00  Ar. Wellington    7.52  de 4.W  *������^'2e*^������e*^''e>^."smrw^.'>s^^  i v THE TYfeE COPPER CO., Ltd.  I PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  . - SILVER ORES.  Snielting, \Srork:������ at  LADYSMITH, B. C.  ~ 1 ���������  Convenient to B. & N. Ry. or the Sea  <r  ^ CLERMONT LIVINGSTON, THOS. KIDDIE.        |  l . fiiwril Manager. Smelter Manager. |  W. SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  . DEIIVERt  . . WORK PROMPTLY fie.* ������������������:    ,  -LesYra orders at the Abhotsford.  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PAIHORS  HIGH STREET.  :���������:--��������� Best in the City :���������:���������\  23BB  IL1TK81*.M PRR DAY  SA������Pr.l{ ROOMS..  rilLBERT  Job  This   Hotel   has    been   completely  Board  and lodging $1.00  per day.  renovated.  H OT!  PRETORIA  P.a.i    '.uj-piied   with .the   Ih-st-    Wines,  Li.-piois and  Cigars. 1st Avenue  :-: :-: I,adysmith B.C.  n^6  ^,  Geo. Roberts,  t Market  'C Prop  Done Promptly and  At  THE  EDGER  Office  lUNRV'S WRS1BI1.S  NEW CROP-  Home Grown St  Imported  GARDEN.    FIELD     an<l  FLOWER  SEEDS.  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE  AND HARDY  ';���������.-.. PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.   -  3010! Westminster  Road, Vancouver.  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read   via  the  1!  Overlarids  Daily  ���������I  LINE  I st   Avene  ^*v  aWl  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and \ MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Pacific  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LINE, THE  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES,  THE FAJ3TEST  TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST."  PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information  ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General  Agent,  720 2nd Ave., Seattle.  F ncB Young  BARRISTOR and  SOLICITOR  NANAIWO, LADYSMITH  TICKET   OFFICE  and  Yates  Stra.,  Cor.  Government  Victoria, B. C-  3  )  Trains  Transcontinenta1  .Trains Daily  One of which is the famous "North  Coast Limited," Ride on it always.  Up-to-date . Pullman and Tourist  sleepers on all trains. Through tickets issued to all paints East and  South, also Pullman tickets issued  and herths reserved.  Only direct route to Yellowstone  Park. Cheap rates from all points  Easti frojn MarrclTlst to Maty 16th,.  Steamship tickets on sale to all  lOuropeun points. Very low rates  now in effect. Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire.  l''or  further  particulars call  at the  . iin  or phone No. 45G  A. D' CARLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A.,  N.P.,        General  Agent  I      Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.C  > j  BAR SUPl'MBD WITH BKSl  WlNI'S, LIQUORS, CIGARS  HOTEL  ; Boat accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and fishing in near vicinity.  A.J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B.C.  **������*o*o*0*o*"^*o*o*^^^  *  .0  f.  *  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK  A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  *  *  *  *  {PHONE 66  \  LADYSMITH J  CHEAP  EXCURSION  RATES to  ALL points east, June 29, 30,  July |***������X������*������������������I������*������*e-lta*S*S*���������������-���������-.,��������� - ������.t,������;,;������*.*������*s^������^,t*  5th.  Shortest     route to    Femie, B. C,  and ALL KOOTENAY POINTS.  For rates.     folders,     sleeping car  reservations ������nd -*.U information call  on or address  S. G. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  G.W.P.A., 78 Government at  Seattle, Wash, Victoria, B.C.  WM. MUNSIE, President J. W.  COBURN, Man.  Direetor  , j Telephone^.  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co  Ltd.  MILLS   AT  FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH���������Shingles a Specialty.  .���������Manufacturers    ol���������  Rough and Dressed.Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  t r  Seaaooed  and  Kiln Dried Flooring     and  Finishing    Lnmoer in   Stock.  r*|  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  BE. WALKER; General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Managree  BANK MPNEY ORDERS  .;   I88UED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES : '. ���������''.!���������  $5 arid under.......................    3 cents '   !  Over $5'and not exceeding $10......    6 cents  - **    $10 ':'." ���������".-        $30......   10 cents  '���������   $30       " ���������������������������������������������������    $50 .15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any oflice in C  nada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at.the principal banking: points   n the United States.  '���������I    MEOOTIABLE AT A FIXED RATK A '  THE CANADIAN BANK OF..COMMERG . LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of remittin   small sums of money  with safety and at aiuull   :ost.  LADVPVJTH BRANCH  W.  A.  CORNWALL.  Manage*-.  BOOTS AND SHOfiS AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and making to order   a  speciality.  tHOHAS MCEVyrAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  Best accommodation for transient  and permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and; the. bar Is up-to-  date. Rates ?1.#8 a day and upwards.    :-.-'    ���������:  WM. SeVeRIBQE, Prop.  Eanlaaid* >���������* '<*-'��������� '������*'>***'> Lfcdysinltk  LADYSMITH BAKBRY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED AND FRESH.  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to be d������-  livered at any time.  Employment Agency.  HAY. 0RAIN3AND  FARM ������R0DuXf  Orders will he delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the low  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Cbristie'g, ^ {$������  Esplanade. DAILY^LEDGBR  VANC  Plans,  Specifications and Details     furnisbeai for all kinds  .of work ia the CARPENTER  Line  C. B. ROBELEE, Carpenter  and Joiner, 2������d ������ve, Ladysmith,  B. C.  AND  Its   Great   Resources  NOTICE.  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this Botice,  will be prosecuted.' '  HUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  Ladysmith. B.C.  il  GALEDOMAff  No part of British Columbia today offers somany advantagas to th^  investor as does VANCOUVER ISLAND."       ' ,3  '     -'>',*',���������   U  ��������� '   ' ,"   I /.*--- .    :-'���������  ' t . '',-,-'-        i .        -i  l *    - -    *    -    7.    ,   , --     ���������    ' r    *���������    ,    *-'  f        Its vast and varied natural wealth has never been as yet thoroughly-  ' ' ,",.*.  ^-������     '; ''-  appreciated by reason of the fact that it has never been promiently laid  .before lhe public...  u  COAL     o  TIMBER  FISH  GAME  GOLD,.    ,'  SILVER  IRON      '  COPPER  -rf  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  1  R. P. RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  .   Pacific Coast  VICTORIA, :���������: :-:  Agency.  ���������j .���������: :���������B.C.  Its Vast Agricultural Resources  .       - '    ' -   s   '       ���������'-'       . .,   &  Its land, when properly cleared,   will grow almost any* product of fh|6  soil known to man, ' .  , * "���������"     a-  WHEAT * VEGETABLES ���������       '    "'^ APPLES*  . ' - PRUNES  OATS  BYE  OF  ALL  KINDS  PEARS  A WONDERFUL SOIL FOR SM'ALV    FRUITS rX*N):< BERRIES.  The Canadian Pacific Company will  adopt, a literal  land' policy,   and  the     1,500,000 acres controlled     by    them will be disposed of on reason-  bie terms to actual settlers.  V  Government lands can he secured    and     money can be made by tnose  who desire a new home in a country   possessing the  BEST CLIMATE  In the World  if  THE DAILY LEDGER, Ladysmith, will  supply  any  information  obtainable to those  who contemplate  a visit with a view of  investment  oouditions-are found as advised.  Is the .centre of. the gfeat coil mining    district;     ajbeautiful Harbor,  where hundreds of great colliers come  in  each  year.   -  LADYSMITH  LINE    FROM    VICTORIA TO  IT IS THE JUNCTION OF TIT I;  VANCOUVER, and will continue to   grow in importance as the' Island is  developed.  Subscribe for and read Till']  DA ILY LEDGER, LADYSMITH, B.C.  The New Western Hotel  flood rooms,     good beds, and good hoard.  Our Bar is newly littedup and .well supplied and is in charge of  JOS. PELLIGRINELLI  FOR DISPOSAL5 OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION LANDS IN MAN-  1ITOBA THE NORTHWEST TERi  RITORIES     AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.   "~  Coal���������CoaL lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre** for soft coal and $20  for anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate  of ten .cents . per ton of.2,000 pounds  ���������half be collected on the^gioas output.     .   t .   ,  Quartz���������Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint;stock, companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free null'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,according  to capital.  A free miner, having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  same with two legal posts, bearing  location notices, one at each end on  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shull be recorded within  fifteen    days if located within    ten  miles of a mining recorder's office, one  additional day allowed for every additional tea miles or fraction.   The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At least $100 must be expended  on the claim each year or paid to  the mining recorder in lieu thereof.  When $500 has been expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase the land  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  'Minister of .the Interior to lorate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.-  The patent for a mining location  shall provide lor the payment of a  Royalty of 2} per cent, of the sales  of the products of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T., excepting the  Yukon Territory���������Placer mining claims generally  are .100 ft. square,,    entry fec$5, renewable yearly. On the North Saskat  chewan River claims are either bar  or bench, the former being 100   feet  long and extending between high ajul  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  Territory���������A free miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable in  the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars of the river  below low water mark, and subject  to the rights ol all persons who have,  or who majL receive, entries for bar  diggings or bench claims, except on  the Saskatchewan   River,   where  the  lessee may drcgde to high water mark  on each alternate leasehold.  The lessee  shall  have a dredge in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person  or company   has  obtained more than one lease       one  m J dredge for each fifteen miles 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.  Dredging 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������������sec-s right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark, that' boundary to be fixed by its position on the  lstday of August iu the year of the  the date of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two years from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles within six years from  such date. Rental, $100 per-mile for  first year and $10 per mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty, ������ame  as placer mining.  Placer Mining in the Yukon Territory���������Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feetv in  eagth, measured on 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 Ik  250 feet square.  Claims are marked by two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing no^  tices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining Recorder's' office. One extra day allowed for eaci  additional, ten miles or fraction.  The person or company staking r  claim must hald a free miner's osrti-  ficate. '  The discoverer of a new mine is en  titled to a claim ��������� of 1,000: feet in  length, and if the party"' consists of"'  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no royalty'shall be'  thargeii, the rest of the, partyT ordin  ary  claims only.  Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at the rate  of two and one-half per cent, on the'  alue of the gold shipped from     t,ht  ���������Tukon Territory to be paid;to"' the  Comptroller  TO SAVE THE  LIFE OF  UF     HIS  -KITTEN  During the tiip of the Iroquois around the islands of the Gulf os Sunday  Captain   Sears ga\e  an  illustration of humanity.   The captain,  with  his usual    good 'nature,  had  taken a  white kitten'on board to be deli*.bred  to a resident at Ganges Ilarbfoi. \'o-  l cingi    that the   little  creature   was  ���������confined  in   a very small box, liaidly  large enough    for   it to     mo\������* with  comfort.he liberated   it,  giving it  the  freedom    of the ship.     A fax ten icr  wh:?h he owns and wliich frequently  accompanies him on his iuns, scented  out   the kitten,  and like  most of  terriers, showed his aversion to cats by  acting   in an    aggressive maimer, s0  startling the kitten that she fell overboard.   Ilhating- been  rcpoitcd   to  the captaiir he put  the ship about in  .the almost hopeless endeavor of  res-  "tiing it    The     accident happened oil  Pier Island,     and although the watet  ���������s always cold    enough tfc liave. given  her a deadly     chill,   the little thine  was  soon   observed      striking out" in  brave stylo     fowaid   tho ship,  which  'she seemed to recognize as her haven  'if refuge.   A landing net in the hands  of one of the crew and careful steer���������  .'ng saved the kitten ^-A good warm-  'ng inthe eogine room resulted in,re-  ���������t or ing it. 'to a     comfortable purring  "ondiI ion.   "  Union  Brewing n~ '  i  i  Co  NANAIMO,   B. C.  rianufacturers of the  In  British Columbia  Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed  Brewed  from the Best Canadian Malt Run Hops I  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 ii-  partneiship 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 .giv  ing notice and paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim each,  year to the v^lue of at least $200.  >   A certificate that work has      been  done must be retained each year;    it  not, the claim *lall be deemed to   be  abandoned,  and    open  to occupation  and entry by a free miner. ,  ~  . The boundaries or a claim may bi'  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in the-  Yukon official Gazette.  Petroleum���������All unappropriated Do  minion lands in Manitoba, the North  west Territories', and within the Yukon Territory, are open to prospect  ing for petroleum, and the Minister  may reserve for an individual or company having machinery on the land,  to be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as he may decide,  the length of width shall not exceed  thrse times the breadth.  Should the prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, "and satisfactor-  ly establish such discovery, an area  not exceeding 640 acres, including the  oil well will be sold to the prospector at the rate of $1.00 per acre and  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 the Interior.  Department of the Interior,  ���������      l  LITTLE BREECHES  don't go much on rel'ig-ion  I never ain't had no show;  Hut I've got. a    middlin'   tight  grip,  On the handful of things I know.  I don't pan out on the prophets,  And freewill and that, sort of thing  Hut I believe    in God aaid the angels  Ever sence one night last' spring.  I had come into    town  with turnips,  Ard my little Galie came along���������  Vo^4-year old in the country could  Beat hi in  P r pretty and strong,  ''eart nnd chipper and sassy,  Always ready to swear and fight���������  And I'd larnt him ter chaw tcr|backer  Jest tei keep his milk teeth  white.  The muiw came down  like a blanket  As  I passed  by Taggart's stoic,  I went in for a jug of molasses  And left the team at the door.  riiey seared  at somcthin'  and staled  I  heard, one little squall,  \nd littll-te-split over the prairie  Went team, little Brooches, and all.  Hell-to-split  over the ptairic!  T was almost froo7e with skeer,.  lint we roused up some  torches   *  And searched'for em1   far an" near.  U" laif we struck horses and vuvgon,  Si o������ved under a solt while mound,  Ui sot, dead heat, but of little Gahe  No Hide, nor hair was found.  >.nd here all hope s-prcd on mc  Of my fellow-crittcis' aid���������  I jest- flopped     down  on  my mairow  hones  Crotch-deep in (he snow and prayed  l'-v  this  time the torches  was played  ou t,  And mc and Isrul Pan-  Went off for     some wood lo a sheep  fold  That he said was soinewhar there  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at shore   notice.   Drill Sharpened  by us always gives satisfaction.  Picks hand! ed and repaired.  Ships mi tiling   in aJ1     it������   ^-ranhea,  Horseshoers>nd Genera! Blacksmitns.  Davie?   Murray  Brjller Street   -    -    -    - Ladysmith, B   O  is  DID IT EVER STRIKE YOU ?  That tlie place to BUY YOUR MEAT  is   where   the slaughtering  done locally?    We arc not depending   on    what the Wholesalers send us,  and     can     GUARANTEE   EVERY- THING to be FRESH AND CLEAN  PANNELL   &    PLASKETT  STFVENS BLOCK, OAT>.cR������=  S/.-^T, LADYSMITH B.';  ��������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������f++f+++������+++++^+.+++ ������ + ������ ������ 41 +++++++++++������  I x  LADYSMITH TRANSFER CO.  ������^a  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.  Stables in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at _the  WILLIAMS AN 5 W\3^Er  *4-4 ++++4~M.4~H-*M-f4*f ++++++ +++ ^^+++++4.++++++ ++++++++++  %������ist������3mt~"TB&VS������&B������Bm  NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT  Pursuant to    the "Creditor's    Trust  Deeds    Act,   1001.'3    ������  Notice is     hereby given that  Axel  'tog. of    Ladysmith, British Columbia, General Merchant, by iicod dated  the 19th day     of June, A. D., 1905,  assigned    all his    peisonal property'  real estate, credits and effects, which  may  be seized and sold under execu.  .tion to Albert E, Planta, of Nanaimo,     British    Columbia,    ; Insurance  Agent,  in     trust for the purpose of  paying    and     satisfying ratably and  proportionately     all the creditors of  the said Axel Berg according to law,  the said deed     was executed  by the  said  assignee    on    the  19th    day of  June,  1905. \v  All croditors having claims against  the said Axel Berg arc required to  forward particulars to the said assignee on or before the 19th day of  July, 1905, after which date'the  said assignee will proceed to distribute the assets of life*said estate  among the parties efiWled thereto,  having regard only of the claims of  which he shall then have, notice.  Notice is also hereby given that  a meeting of the creditors of the said  Axel Berg will be held at the office  of the undersigned, Ladysmith, R-. C!.  on the fourth day of July, 1905 at 3  o'clock in the afternoon., in pursuance  of the said Act,, for the givinbiof di-  directions with reference to the disposal of the said estate.  Dated at Ladysmith, B. C, this  19th day of June, 1905. t"g '  ' RUSSELL SIMPSON  Solicitor for Assignee,  We found it at last, ami a little shed  Where they    'shut up the Limbs  at  night;  Wc 1' oked in     an' seen them huddled  thai*.  So warm and sleepy and white,  And      thar sot     Little Breeches  and  chirped.  As  peart as .ever you see:  'I want a chaw of terbacl.cr,  And that's  what's  the matter with'  mc'."  How did he get thar' Angels'  lie euild never have walked 111 that  storm;  They     -ust scooped     down and toted  him  To whai   it was sc ft and warm,  \nd   I      think  that  sa\ mg      a little  child  And  bringing him to his own  Is a denied sight better business  Than loafing around the throne.  IRON BEDS  artistic   Enamelled  a,rc    well      designed,  made,   and are  :lean, cool comfortable  ihc kind that unites  pleasant,   refreshing  sleep���������  BEITEk bUY A BEDSTEAD  Enamelled   li\n  Bedsteads in     dainty   designs,   finished   in  white   or  cie.im, and  in the latest tin    ts to match or     harmonise iwith the  room decorations���������  *     $3 40 to $20 Each  SLEEP AND REST  i>re     worlh a -good deal, you will  experience      this  *>ery   desirable  result  if you use an  OSTERflOOR  Ma tress,  ieal sleep  indiiicers,   $b5 eac   h, nett cash  Did you  ieal sleep  indiiicers,   $b5 eac   h,  write for that cata logue yet?  PAINTING,  PATTIjS FADED DOLL  PAPEK  I3TC.  HANGING  Work done properly and at right  prices. Shop and residence In rear  of LadysmiHi   Hotel.  J.  E.  SMITH,   Prop  Among-  the     choicest  treasures  of  Adelina Patti is a faded doll, decked  out iu the    freshest of muslin, which  reposes in a     drawer in her chamber  ���������f Craig-y-Nos.     It was the  reward  ���������hat was fjivcii to her at her first pubic appearance in New York  1 lie age of     .seven she sang'  iliro  the     Tyc."  was it,     perhaps,  great      songstress  hood.     Henriette  when at  'Comin'  Called  Henriette���������  iii.     honor of the  friend   of-her  girl-  Souta.g?���������the  doll  was the constant componion of her  early, triumphs, and there were times  when she refused to go on to the  platform unless Henriette was with  her.���������Cassell's  NOTICE.  J.HHCIMD CO.  WHOLESALE DRYG0ODS.  Victoria,  B.  C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrated  IRONCLAD BRAND  of  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  PANTS,  SHIRTS, ETC  H. O. MILES  Contractor  and Builder  REPAIRING   of   all   kinds  promptly  attended to.    Shop on Gatasre    at.  M, R, .811 ���������111"  Solicitor,  Etc.  lousy   ta    loan  st. Avenue  LADYSWT,  Ladysmith Temple No. 5 Rathbona  Sisters meets in-the Oddfellow's hall  2nd and <th Tuesday at 7.30 p. m,  Mrs.  Kate Tate,  secretary.  From this dale the undersigned  will not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on a  written order signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V.  I.   EXPLORATION &  DEVELOPMENT-CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1905.  ��������� HO  Meatmarket  LADYSMITH B. C. IfilLDAlXV.   LEDGER  mWBB  IBM ITEMS  ���������1  TO   RENT���������11   roomed  house,   barn  and washing  loom,   on Bullec St.  below Catholic  chuieh.   Apply  John  Ninii.  -o-  FOUND���������A ladies' watch was picked up in  town ycstciday.   The owner  can have same  by calling at Messrs. !  Si in'.it  Leisei's     and  identifying  it  and paying ioi   this notice.    -  LOSiT���������Somewlieie between lhe 1s-  h\n 1 Home Hotel and (lie Opeia  house on Satm day evening a sum ol  money (lulls and silver Xo piusc.)  Tho finder will be suitably lewarded  by a-tin inns; Uie same to .Miss Maggie   l<"oi.s\ Ih,   Island   Home   Ho,tpL���������2  Chong Kee lost, Ins note book come-  whcie in the ut.v this inoinnig. Ont-  ski'i' tlie i.'ool; I line is a npianlity ol  Uiinc.se. unliiig. Tin* fiiulei willcon-  lei <i i,i\ oi byic-liiiiini" it lo th.'  ouiiPt,   Fifth  AM'iiuc.  He\.  II. ,J    I'.owen  was a passengei  lo   Victoria  tins morning.  ��������������������������� i.r  -Wi.  Thomas  Kiddie  lofl on   the nine  o'i'ocl.  li.im      tins   morning loi   Vie  I ul M.  Ue\.   '  tllHUigll  1 i.i m.  ivloi,  of  Wellington,  passe i  to Victoria on Ihc morning  Miss Renriep,    .f \ ictoria, is .spend  ing a holiday     in  Ladysmith.. She is  Uie guest oi hei     sistei  aiwl hrothci  in law   Mi,,, and  Mis    .1.   A.  Kniglil  Miss Poller,  Sle Marie,  iesterdtn  ci I ion with  Ihigg.ud  a teacher from Pal  Ont ,  armed m  the cit  .She will spend hei   \;  her sistet, .Mrs.  10.   A  .Mi Russell Simpson went down t  Duncans Ibis moining, where liti..  tion has <irisen o\ei some trouble h.  lween Japs icsidinga thai phut  The .services ol Mi Simpson ha\  l(vn seemed by on'* ol Ihe conies'ii.  I arlus.  Most  rrfreslung  \ored   iced  dr n  the  Drug Store  and exquisitely I  s can  be obtained  High street.  D UNCANS  TOWNS1TE EXTENSION  t  Adjoining the old lownsite of  DUNCAN5, V. I.  A small .:ir<*a has been laid off  at i  in  town lots which ar* no'.w offered  LOW   PRICES   A.V   D ON   EASY TERMS.  The  future of  the  Cowicban      District  and   Vancouver  Island  will   cycppiI   expectations   and   llus-i.s a good chance  profiLiliIc   iiivpslnu nl.  a safe and  M  ''.I  SEW FLANS AND PRICES  .Agents, J. STEWART J. H. WHITTOME  Duncans,   . V. I.  I.ad\smith,   V.   I.  -������������������-^^^^���������^^mvr-taiiwi.m^n^r.f^m^-J^  I  There    is    great     comfort, m  Right-fitting   UNDERWEAR- ..  Everlasting   discomfort   if   it  does Not fit.   '  NO  TROUflLE  To get correctly  fitted here.  'I lie   Leant if ul   pair   of  white   owls  nit   up .so life-lite,  which aie now in  Morrison's -show   windows,   will      he  i.tllh-d   olf on August ,r>lh   by George  ilannay.     Whoever is fortunate     tn-  uij_.li  to secure this lnuwlsonx* pair of  An'a   will   ha\c  a spI<������liYl\   put  up  *-.i.r   ot   owls  of  a rare  an I beautiful  s.ocie.  -*  f.nl    vour  Knight's.  Sunday   Colonists       at  The nine o'clock down train w:  folly injiiiles hue in passing thro**i  L.idy.sniKh tins morning. The tnv  was late in lea*,ing Wo'lingtcn, a i  feet in the engine Mr,ing discover  just hpfoie slai ling time, and wlm  had to be repaned bcfoic the tia'  could start on I be dailv iouinev.  The"flags,   bunting,   and  otliei   di  orations, or a i.tige share of llicm.i  ed   m      decoialmg the large tent on  Mipcnntpni'ciit   Kiddie's  lawn  yestei-  div, were i-mdly loaned  fnt that pi.*  nose  by Mi.      A.  J.     McMuitrie, of  ihe  Abbottsfoid   Hold,   'lhe  woiivi.  decorating was dene by Roeihling  v.as  Jiandsomc and   clicctiic.  'I'll.'   nomuih.;i      Express Company  i\> opening an ofTice at   the  railway  depot,  All, II.  Poitei Ivoing in charge.  *_   iv.o ling ot the grounds eoinmil-  \\ill"'..e   held      on     the  bunker  ,-���������muds     this evening.  All  memheis  te re1 nested to attend.  The membets of the football club  ic romrsted to attend a meeting in  'i.* Checker Club roims at 8 o'clock  onight. At  this  meeting  tickets  foi  t   excursion  lo     Vancouver will le  islrihtitcd.  A  large nuin1 brr of ladies and chil-  ,ii*n ^wsst^Ip bhi-ottgh Ladysmith     lo  heinainus 1,011. thciiiiine o'clock train  .hi,s  ,. morn ing;  to enjoy  the     'iiu.il,  ''';cnic given .auti the'saw mill town i.n-  'er"    tho . .auspietsi' of  the   Nanaimo  l^'aptist,,Church Sunday -school.   o   Mr. Campbell was .-j' up at the Squa  ish and came (o Vancouver .is - the  guvst  of Mr.  Dull.  1   Tho-Lo.it is 26 feet ,long,  w.Li'     a  waterline beam of three feet t.*n ii.e lies-. She has no upper works,  -md   in  aj).iciraiwe is very  much  like .a ..arrow row     boat, so little of her irwu-  chincry  being visible.    She was Luilt  on   the  lines of a model    vhich     last  ���������year  made 26 knots at New Yrtik.  a' d   herself can dash  through      the  water al,  18 or 20 knots.  This       is  something out  of  the ordinary     fir  snail   motor brats  in* !oc.il  Wutvin  She was entered in. the inol.it It at  r.ice  Saturday  afternoon,  and ������!Tfie  m a considerable distance.ahead, hut  was dhr.frilified because, through*! ft  1 now ing   Ih;*  course,   the'helmsman  cut  inside one ol the flags.-The const rut tion of the Arrow was started  iu  Crofton,.  Her Veel  was. laid hhere  and      her framework placed, unl iu  litis   forin   was   brought  to  Vancouver  and  completed.  ���������+���������  THRILLING  NIGHT IN A  FOREST OF  ICE  ice cream and ice cicam soda*?  the ding store at all times.  at  a...!  HARRISON'S  REPOR'I   OF  SAN   PRA'NCISCO  Snue the S. S Sonoma sailed, hut  lwr> cargoes or colonial eoal were delivered heie from Newcastle, N". S  V,' , \i/.. Cointy of Inverness, 2,.'lf,(  'Io.js, Annei.sley, 2,370 tons, total,  1,720 tons. The piesent. loading  lis! of coal carneis from Newcastle  N. S \\ , is not being increased It  ;.t pirsent immbeis twenty-two \ts-  sels, with a cairying capacity or  al.ii'it fH,f"'" tons, of these only four  vess"!s aie now en ionic, and on.  fullv- due. There ai1* l.*bot distui-  l.'.'K is i< roih (I ,'ii*i������i'ff tie irinti ���������*'  mires m tV c< P-Mies, and foui of the  pii'icipal u.Hieiirs aie closed pi<  tein, awaiting a .Mllcmenl with the  colliery proprietor's.- The local agents  here seem to think that the strike  w 11 be of short dtir-il-ion, as the dif-  fercners between tbe owners nnd the  work inc- men are not of a serious  character. " N o material ihange of  values has Hr-en mr'rle teeause of the  strike. The total deliveiies of Aus-  t.ralinn coal this month fools up to  'l,7-*0 inns. Uist year they were f!,,-'  77P Id--r; so far Iliis -month the arrivals from British Columbia amount  '���������lo 2S,2.'l tons, -hisI ycai Hi.'lfifi tons  'the fpiaiitify of coal here in wholesalers lia:iis is very light, the sales  for domestic uses are gradually di-  niiiiiishing. l-'uel nil is freely olVered  ���������al c.irrPiit rales, ami is (���������outrolling  Hut till lis of. th-? sic im trade. Tin*  outlook for an early scll-lcmeiil, ofthe  i,i!-.:;r Iro.ul'hs now exisling in Bril,-  j:-h t'oliinil-i-i looj.-s cueoiiraging.   o   Tor n   few '"'���������;ii,\ s only,  %r..,     cabinets-    $'2..*i0  slam]' photos  per do/en  up.  A      FAST   BOAT  JUST COMPLETKI).  AIpspis.   C.  U.   Dull, "of  the Hr.ilan-  :i,a,,Coppei   S\n.'.licate;  Colin  Campbell,   the  limlsre-r.man,  A.   Julian    on I  Capt.   T.  Thoippsonacinic down iiom  Ui'itanm.i. jeshewlay moining,  says a  ai'icouvcr  pri'ss ,ri,'poi t. in  th.' -cl-h'-I  tiiii^for th,a,t .distance, having coveted  ', it in      jt'^t-.a little under  two  hours.    The ciaft was the Arrow,   a  small   gasoline  launch   recently   built  foi   the  Britannia Company,  which is  a clppcr for speed.   Air. Julian, who  was   in charge  of   tlw eingiines,      has  had  considerable experience  in     tlie  Old   Country  with  motor boats,  and  was at one'time in charge of the eel-  el rated  lacer  Napier Minor.    Ho has  tern  engaged   to operate  tho  Arrow  Capta'n  Thompson  bring  in  ci.aigc  The gi im .experie:re of the barque  Vimeiia in the ice district of the  North Atlantic was reported by the  <"'uiif.nl liner . l.mhria on its arrival  at Quecistown fiom New-York, "wlierc  Cie Viineira.had put.in. 'lhe latter,  a four-masled barque, owned by Messrs. J. Hardie &��������� , Co.-,-of'Glasgow,  (ncotintercd a fog off Newfoundland.  At-two bells pf the morning watch  Lie lookout sho .ted -the- terrtb-le  warning, "Ice on the port 'bow, close  uloard " The air suddenly became  \cry cold", and not more than two  fathoms distant adark cliff almost  inclining the sli p! The mate .shouted  huriied directions to the steersman.  Slowly hp bai que answered bet helm  and veered away just in time -to  a\oid crashing intlithe tower of ke.  The full extenf of the danger was  bidden by the fog, t������Vt the waves  could be heard breaking agaii>st-Uie  base ofthe berg.. The Vimeira inly  i roceeded a few fathoms when the  look-out .sried- .'-'Ice pn the starboard bow. close aboardf" The mate  again shouti'd orders io Uie puni at  the heel' and tho ship swung this  time the other     way.   Tho ship bad  French   albriggan  50c. per garment  Lisle Ti read  75C������ FC garment  DRYSDALE-STEVENS;H  Co.   Ladysmith  Ah Wing & Co,  Merchant Tailors  Ladles' and Gents' Clothes Made to  Order.  PERFECT FIT GUARAM*K '.">  LADYSMITH,   B.   C.  Ladysmith Boa! Duin?  establishment  Launch and Pleasure Boats of all  descriptions for Hire. Boats built  to order and Repaired. Spoon oars a  Speciality.  HARRUP AND HAYEDN  P.OAT     BUILDERS.  J  White's  Jelly  Chrystals  In  PINEAPPLE,  LEMON,  ORANGE,  RASPBERRY.  FOR '    MAKING  THESE CAPITALS  UNEXCELLED.  < ^  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist,  AM work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  ������������������- '-  PICNICS  High St.  Ladysmtih  JELLY  ARE  2 Packages for 1  25 Cents  BLAIR AND ADAM.  'PHONE 2-4.       LADYSMITa*  OOWIGH N CREAMERY BUTTER  We have just, receiwd a-n iml.oi of  10 LB  he Cow; .chan  Creamery  Association which we  CROCKS  of  I-'RESII BUTTER from  are selling at  5  Tins  price is for   lOlli of butter, an d Crock.  W.T.HEDDLE   CO.  *7 imams' Block  L, ttd y smith  PartioularGrooers.  -��������� ��������� Telephone  TI?.IE WORKS CHANCES  Win 11 a woman is first married' she  folds'; ^he,ij^yapj'r,:f!0 her husband will  b-* siite to se;; where some olher man  las >loped wilh his sleuograi her.  After ;.'Jshe has been married awhile  she  reads      't  out loud and   ��������� ts  mad  Delicious , ice cream  and ice cream  sodas can  be  procured  a,t  the  Drug  Store from now on.   Open  until     9  o'clock week days and  from  11  to 12  a.m. on Sundays anil from 4 1.0 \) p.  m.  .'������������������-.it:---   '  OPEN AT ALL HOURS. .  and to the majority it must seem  that the Canadian Amateur Union is  acting now for the purpose i.'f stavfng  off as long as possible the -ovei throw  of its powers, which is inevitable.  The original purpose of the Union  was a worthy one, and had its aims  and objects been -'ived up to,* there is  not an 1 athlete, not r even in the  lanks of the wjlc.i professionals who  would have objected to its rulings.  However,- the Union years ago adopted a provincial line of action," and'  could only sec wrong doing iu certain.  'districts, while, proftssior.Jtlisnr was  liuvipant ' beneath the-noses ot. its  mest prominent officials. There, was  little or no effoit made.to see that-  i1s most imp; ������tant rules have been  lived up to, "and depositions weresigat  ed ��������� by athletes .who.nevet saw tlie  writing on the documents; .but were*  simply told to write tlieir aame -on"a'  cei tain line, . while the. subject mat-,  ter was carefully covered1 by a triieet'  of white paper. The depositions filed  before ihe governing bodies,- were  simply" valueless, and gave another  ojicning for professionals to pose as  amateurs.. \\n , appointed, official ih  each district'" wh-" would have conscientiously performed ��������� h*fi duties,-would  havei barred many an intending competitor, -      ���������   ,   -  Another pcint which showed the'  lack_ of-backbone inthe Associat on,  was tlie manner in which it backed  down when it had dealings - with  strong bodies. The Capitals < were  thrown out la-?t year . because they1  broke the rules, in playing exhibit'on  matches with Tfcumseh and Brant-  f<rd, but when pressure was brought  to bear, not by the Capitals, but by  Montreal interests, the Senators  were ealsomined and permitted to fin-s  ish the* season, but Branjttord was  whitcwaslied to permit a contest for  the Mmto Cup.  The     Canadian   Amateur      Union,-  however,     deserves a certain amount1  of credit for facing the issue even   at  this late     hour.   Possibly, .should it  essionals to     compete     on the same  go further and     permit declared pro-  team as     amateurs, as is allowed in,  cricket, some good would be done to  Hie national game.    The alternatives  seem only to be that or a rigid.and  fearless enforcement of -the pure amateur idea.  Are the order of the day  and we can supply your  wants with the many differ  enr things to enable - you to  fix up a dainty n d nourishing picnic lunch,  A Special line of-  Potted Meats  Jams  Biscuits  Jellies  Oranges  Bananas  Lemons  Assorted Nuts  SEASON'S FRUIT ALWAYS ON HAND  r-%?  mWrnmrnm^Mmimii  .**���������?. >.*y<-1  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  GATACRE ST.  LADYSMITH  :.l     everybody  Springfield Sti.n.  in  lhe     b  ti I \ L *J :  ^^^^m^sass^i^^xsm^sss^m^^ - -ymssi:  GUGFE AND FANCY SHIRTS  Also a Large Varfety of TIES to Select From  Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  WILLIAMS   BLOCK.  -���������^���������Jl^gcSffigsS  TELEPHONE  6-7  drifted into a forest of ice. 'Ihe remainder of the night was a series of  bairbredth escapes, the .vessel l-.old-  'n-g a '/ipzag course through a labyrinth of giant bergs, which it was  impossible to see until the shgi was  almost striking them.- The crew of  lhe Vimeira declare thaJt. one of the  I.ergs was haunted, A*s they passed  it they heard sornds'lHe the voices,  of women, 'he lowing of cows, and  the cackling of hens, 'lhe crowing of  cocks, they declare, was also distinctly heard.���������London Exchange.   o������������������������������������.  LACROSSE        e>i^_.  The Canadian Amateur Athletic  Union has at last recognized the fact  that professionalism has come to  stay, and that the public which pays  Uie piper, must be served the best  thatis fo he had in t'..e sports that  hold sway in the Dominion, says the  Ottawa Journal. The recognition  of the motion of the .National Ama,  tew Lacrosse Union is a taidy one,.  LENZ &LEISER  t.   ^'"WHOLESALE DRY       GOODS, ^ '"   -^;  iviANUFACTURERS OF  ,   .     GENTS'   FURNISHINGS,   ETC.  SHIRTS, OVERALLS, ETC.  , VICTORIA, B. .C  T-  USERS OF  WHITE SWAN SOAP  S\  Stand a good chance to win a  GRAMOPHONE  Evrry. 25-Cent-purchase of White    Swan     Soap     entitles you to a  ticket in the drawing for this high grade gramophone.  W. G. Fraser  MerchantTailor,  (1st Avenue)  Spring Stock on hand. Call early and  get your choice.  WE ARE SHOWING THIS WEEK  y -v._   .... ��������� .  TWO NE\V LINES'OF STOVES MANUFACTURED   BY  OUR   LOCAL  STOVE WORKS    ...     _   - - :  ^rop'in and See Them _  FOUrt irtOLE Kfrt'CHEN COOK   SIX HOLE GRAND UNIVERSAL       $15.00    $35.00  LADYSMITH HARDWARE' CO., Ltd  Charlie   Dunn  ipompany  .,.   MERCHANT TAILORS  r 1 - ������������������ ���������  NE)V ,SJgRING AND SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVED.  Lfcharles Dunn.-of the above, firm, \ isits Ladysmith every Sunday for the  purpose of taking measurements and seeing customers personally. May  be seen at the Hotels. We guarantee all stock and apeifect fit at the  lowest possible rates. Suits from $15 00 up. 1'ants from $4.00 up. All  Hand-made. Full line of the Latest supplies ALWAYS caijfiMl by Mr.  Dunn. -    " ��������� ������������������ '  I I, I I  One hundred acres of land in Cedar district? or ^ $350  Two Sheep Farms on one of the Gulf  Islands, considerable "Improvements  -      / $45t)  JOHN^STEWART P. O  Box 26S  ���������HIRE; LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURAN   11  CONVEYANCING  NOTARY    I'CI'.LIC.  ���������rMOT-^-TrffF"'^^  n  CLOCKS        bargains        CLOCKS a  Just received     a shipment of all kinds of clocks thai, we will clear  at low prices' !  '  ' I   -j i  . j !  i  i    ���������  i  ' ':���������'��������� !  '     : '  EKIIT'' DAY  STRIKING-  CLOCK    $3.0fl  EIGHT DAY  STRIKING CLOCK- (with   alarm, attached)     $:L50  REPEATING   NICKLE   ALARM  CLOCK       $.1.75  REGULAR   NICKLE   ALARM CLOCK ~        Sl.flO  ALL THESE CLOCKS VHE FROM THE BEST AMERICAN  FACTORIES AND ARE .'j ARANTEED TO KEEP GOOD  TIME.  B-FORCIMHER  WATCHMAKER,  JEWELER,  OPTICIAN  First Avenue,    X   X   X     Ladysmith,   B. C  Stoves  Stovesi  We are making them of the Newest    Pattern and Latest  Styles.  WE DO ALL KINDS OF.FOU NDRY WORK -  Our Prices are Reasona, hie  SEE OUR   NEW STOVES IN BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  LADYSfllTH JR0N& STOVE WORKS CO,, LTD.


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