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 ���������������������������-���������wwiT -;r,-,yfn-i  .   ^iAju--.^.���������AiiftHS=������=  ���������f-cirfiJI^lk^  "���������"j^jfaaa���������MEaggttfci^  iMiatail.   *-^-- ������������������-'iinn iti ft-g������u  i.Trpul<uni������MaRnuaw~JirwUMtf,Hs^ n  { ^?;SI,ATIVfi. ASSEHBLT,  fHE  ;, "        JUL i-A tS0% '     I  ^.UCTOEIA. w*  ULY  j.i  VOL., 2  TUESDAY  July  10,   LOOfe .  PRIGE FIVE CENTS  SI'jA.'  MM OLD Gill  CA1SELU Klftl  BK HiP-ffliiiHEi  New Westminster, July !)������������������A li^c  girl about S years of age was 'taken  from the custody ot her guardian  this morning and brought to the police station by Detective Uradsluiw  for safe keeping. Information was  given to the police this morning by  [neighhois of t>hc woman to the effect  that she was beating the child, and  upon investigation the officer found  the little giil, her feet securely fastened with lope, aii'.l her hands tied  behind hor ��������� back, crying, out-her heart  in an empty room. Thc child said  she had been beaten as soon as she  got out of Led, and that, .the woman  would not tell diet tir/what slid was  being whipped.  The child is the daughter of a logger, who has iteon in the lumlbering  camps up the coast for about., \ihree  years, and as her mother is dead,  she is living with her- si.o.xbrothcr  nnil his wife. The alleged cruel  treatment will We investig.atc-d, - and  in the meantime the child .will be  cam!  for by'friends  in Vancouver.  IS HOT f[  Mlu REPORTED  WILL HAVE  MONEY LEFT  --���������   t*t-  MUCHFREIGHT  STILL OEN DOCKS  Seattle,  duly    -I.���������\1 though    every.  available vessel ha-> boon pressed into  the N'Orlheiu'and San  Francisco service  this    season, -jind   thousands    of,  tons of goods have been shipped     to  either place,    .there istill  1 cm a in liun-  I, dreds of  tons to ������", and in t.lv- case  IV" of the  Alaskan, gi.-.uds  it  is-held     by  steamship men that  it  is not at    all  likely   tint  theie  wall   be any   reduction in Hie volume of-business !;'.> be  done    this  season.     They  also   hold  that  it   ii   probable  (he season    will  close  Tor  AUisi-an    shipments   before  all of thcfreiglvl has beMi removed.  Not a single vessel has left this  poit for the Noith this season on  which application has not. been made  f0r tlie shipment *i more freight  than .'.could .be handlod and at , this  time the'docks-are .crowded..- This  freight,consists of lncrchaiK-li.s;! of all  kind';, hay, grain and mining and other machiiKry.  The conditions affe.-l.-uig San Fran,  cisep shipments are almost as had,  ''anil shippers are in a <|.uandary as'to  whether their vessels should he used  on 'one run it the/other. New'..boats  uve being added as fast as Uicy can  ,be secured, and many shippers duel a re  that if more could be'.had they would.  be chartered at almcst any reasonable rate. During the time vessels  c are in -port, loading for cither the  Northern or Southern voyages, the  crows and steved-ore|s arc kept at  work'day and .night so that no time  ���������may be-, lest in 'getting cargoes, on  their way '.'.to their dcst:<i:ai.jcms, ami  during lh>u- s.a.son Dome of the best  rims on record. .���������'..c been, made by  vessels in I he \ trade between this port  and  the  places  mentioned.  Sliip'i' it give as a reason for the  'immense, amount of freight that, is to  be moved North that the fact that  new camps are, being started, in' Alaska iu places which have heretofore,  been thought little of, and also the  increased activity in many ���������'of the  camps which have I,ecu in operation  for some time. Tin1'season has been  a e.'intinual race between llie vessels  on the Ni!-rfher;i runs, .arid the freight  space on Ih-'iu has Iron spoken for  days before their arrival in port. In  the case of (he San Francisco shipments tte recent ils.<Mor is responsible for the great, amouiiiL of freight  that is to be moved |,0 thai. port.  Supplies wlrch were formerly received from San Francisco by other California ports are to a great extent  now shipped from here, and this fact  is al|;o given by the shippers as one  of the causes of the unusually heavy business.  ,ESTABLISU WHISTLING BUOY.  A whistling buoy, painted black  and miml.ie.rert "3" will he. esl-a>hWshed in about .'if! feet of water, on Ihe  prolongation of the line, of the breakwater,    aid     distant a'.o'.il.  fO'i  feel   *4-*   Nanaimo, B.C., July 10.���������Spe-  ��������� cial.������������������ Jheie is no truth what-  DiK in the report circulated in  - i.adj.smith last evening to ihe  eueoi that water had broken  inLo No. 1 Mine, ' and miniers  had been driven out oi:the workings. Today the men are .working as usual.  The above was received,,by tlic  Ledger today in answer to a'  ipieiy sent to Naflaiino regaro  ing the'reports which were g������-<  ing-tiic rounds in this city last;  evening. It began as a rumor,  at firsL to the iei������ccl Ihat'wate'i''  had broken into the- mine,' and  the men forced to lea\c. before 10 o'clock it was even reported that the sea vvi.s coining in in torrcjits, ami that several miners had ,been caught by  the water and drowned. Numerous parties endeavored to  reach Nanaiino over the long  distance telephone, bat the Hue  was down at some point -below  I'edur, and not until this fore-'  lif.on could.definite information  le obtained.  cXTENDiNG  RAILROADS   ���������������. > ^. j -i  Seattle, July 9. ���������Falcon .Joslin, a  former attorney of Seattle, now [���������resident of the Taiiaua ALincs- Railway  a line with headquarters;l.at, Fair->  banks, is in ..Seattle on'his wayitaek  North after ;i business trip to New  Yiirk and other eastern centers. Air.  ��������� Joslin lefi, Fairbanks befoie the lire  which recently wiped out the .business section. lie expects to leave  tonight on his  return via Dawson.  Mr. Joslin'..says- bis. company. contemplates' building Ii I'teen or thirty  miles of, an ''extension to their line  next, year, as the business' warrants.  "Our road extends," he said, ��������� "from  the head of navigation to the. mines,  a distance "of twenty-six"-'miles, and  we propose to dx lond.itas the business -warrants. Probably ..'"fifteen"  miles will be built next,-year, and it  may be thirty, This year,the lirst  of our operation, has been satisfa*-.  tory in the amount of business- done-'  Celebration Committee Met Last  Evening, .Will Have $100  Left Ovir  mill TO  f  1WUBQ  BOATS IM  CUM TOD&Y  -������������������H-lttHttf  -��������� >*-  Motion Passed that This Money  be Turned Over to the Sports  Grounds Committee  -������4- ���������*-  were    \erv  few in  . At the meeting, of .the Dominion h r the. .giotiu.ls  Day celebration committee last'oven- n miter. .  hiC-;, it was as mcariy as could,.]}c fig- dr.- li. 'Ihornley, who is a mem-bcr  fured out, decidei that the committee of the sjorts grounds convmiUee,  will ha\e in the neighborhood of s. oke at" isonve length on the subject.  .$125 left o-er, after all expenses of Me stated that as he was a monitor  the colebraiko-n have been |ia.id. _ of the grounds committee,  he' would  The oily actual work jKissible for not wish .to urge,the present nice tin;  tli2 commit bee to do last even^g, to inin the money o;er lor use on  was to receive bills and reports from tLe i>rounds. Hut as matters stood  ���������the collection committee, after wnich ' al |irc������cnt he could not see what tlse  the celebration wan talke<l o.er am-"[ ihey could do with it.  on|st. the various members. All agreed j Over JdMUl h:u:i already been spent  that the event had been a success, ��������� u the- ������nound.s, and llior.e lemaiucd  and all thought that visitors from {in .ihJ ncighborhtiod of 5.n:l!) in the  outside cities had enjoyed thcuiise?\e.s��������� l I.: nk to go ahead with the work-  Especially was this thought to be the It would cost .,.(, least 3.3(10, acconl-  case. witli our Nanaimo visitors, as ing to an expert's advise, to com-  ������e\cral of the committee reported ' plete the grounds and iget them into  hav.uig heaijd Nanaimo people speak i hope for "gainis, after whicili, of  most favorably of the manner, in i oiirsc, ���������they wauld have to be fenced,  which the spoils were conducted. This    wo.ild cost    at   least   anothei  When die question of what should ?3flfl. The spea'ver could not see  be done with any money left over lio'w this money could be raised un-  eame' up, Air. Jas. Adam made a mo- less it was given hy the present  lioii to Ihe effect-that it-',|>e donated nTEeUngr and-il this wa������; not- "done;  lowaids the s.orts grounds. Con- the. nv^ney already spew I,, $CO0, would  sidera.!le discussion arose regarding' l.e practically tluown away.. Wr.  this motion, and Mr. Harrup, in Thornley mentioned that a meeting  speaking on the question, stated  le i.ndeistoLid .that several-business  niPn who had always contributed towards the sports had intimated that,  if any of the money collected this  year  was tumid over  to the   sporti,  oi the sports grounds committee  would be held at niiu> o'clock bust  evening, when further i-sleps wo.ild he  t aUen.  After more discission (he motio.i  was put as made by Air. Adam, ������nd  grounds -committee, they in future carried, cohs������,:p:.ently what money is  would not contribute a cent. 'Ihey left aftes-aH'bills have' been paid,  maintained that the money had been.-will be turned o-isr to the ispurtt's  .collicted for sports' and Hhould be grounds e immittee. ������������������'"���������-'  usid for-this purpose alone. Other No' more-, business' remaining to be  speakers thought that the people who done, the meeting; adjourned until the  objected  to    the use    of  the. money   call  of the chairman.  * I.iid\sinilh is to ha\e dirw:t  communication with Vancouver  twice a week in future, eom-  ino.ifiiig July lsth. On that  dale the Steamer Joan will  ka.c Ladysmith at ti a.m., and  v. ill sail for Vancouver. Aftei  that dale she will leave Ladysmith every Tuesday and Wednesday morning at ti o'clock  fir Vancouver. She will leave  tlic Terminal City every Monday and Tins lay at V.30 p.m.,  for Ladysmith, thus giving La-  ^���������dysmith a boat twice a week,  C instead of weekly, as has been  the case in  the, Past.  'I his  will    make  the trip-  far  better for  business men  cr private   individuals   who wish     to  m.,!.ie u ijhoct trip,  to Vancouver  anil return next day. . As it has  been    in   the past,   if a    Party  journeyed over on the Saturday  moin'.ng    iboat,  one could   only  remain    a  few hours before returning,     unless     Sunday     was  spent in the Terminal City, and  u.i that day, of coarse, it would  l.e impossible  to transact business.     Out even -by staying over  Sunday a    Ladysmith passenger  would    not    reach     home until  Tuewljy n'orniiift,  hence Uve'ser  \ ice    in    I he   p-ii It has been ol  .cry  little   use to  people     who  are    obliged    to  make a    quick  tiip.  MILLOWNER  IS WARNED  ���������-*������H  Tne steamer Cascade is in at the  wharf to4aj vyUi 250 tons of oie  frewn th������ Southern Crosa niiues, on  :lie went const of-.Vancouver'lslan I,  for the Tyee'Smelter. -This is l\w  lirst sfcipment received from this pic  i������rty for sonic time.  ��������� ���������   ���������  The (ioveriuuent boat (Quadra u>- in  , or I this afternoon taking on ct-al.  I'he Quadra has on board two large  buoys which she .will place on ihe  on lei side of Nanaimo harbor. Mb.'  ts at preseiu cji her way to M.ill-  uank Sound, where a lar,ge whistling buoy is out of repair. The Quadra will lake it up and put it into  .v-\r!.jng order again.  ��������� ���������   ���������  ��������� The ' Princess Beatrice is in from  Jin North today, having discharged  irr passengers at Vancouver. She  i ill take on Cfal.'here and piocccd to  Victeria.  ��������� *   *  'I'he tug Robert Dnnsmuir is in   at  ih.'  wharf today  for  coal.  ������   *' *  Tug Linda   and    scow  is awaiting  h i- turn    to     lciad    at  the colliery  Junes this afteroori.  .BRYAN  VISITS   BANXEUMAN  t ������������������ ,  London, July 9,���������Mr. Bryan ' today visited the British ��������� Frcinier  at his official residence in Downing;  si root, nnd "remained vvilb him an  hour. (.'. A. Pearson, the well known  in hlishei- will give a dinner to MV-  An.l Mrs.   Ih'.vnn  today.  TO ENCOURAGE  SAWMILLS  Camp-  al'lowing  is  live  full  text of the  li.illaid,   July  ll.-���������Napoleon  bell,  owner of  the Campbell    shingle   ,., :Pr.,IlLcoHI.cl, recently passed(L)/tho  mill,  now    being operated  by    non- ' ff ,|: ral no.'einmcnt respecting timbei  union  mm,   this morning leceived    a   permits:  'Whereas it is desirable in the pub-  Aivl  COAL  fOBEUSED  BY OF II  "SHOT BY  ���������*,^^_  j    Dayton, July   10.���������-Thursday  after^  Washington, .Inly 9.���������The navy'.department"; is seeking- American bottoms to ship American coal to l'u-  gek sound and ' Snii.~Francisco. Tho  eiistoin has' been to purchase Cardilf  coal for the Pacific statio;;-.K because  of tho impossibility of procuring American coal at reasonable rates.  The policy henceforth will be to J  use Ameriean crul, shippeil in Aincri-]  can vc.sw.cls.  E'NG-LlbH TcAM  MAY TOUR  noon, at a swimming hole just below town, in the Touchet river, Mrs;  llfc'.ry Strom, 'with a .32-califtjer.AVin-  c'.ester rifle, shot 11-yoar-old j Earl  l>inilai) through (lie 'groin, i.dlicting a  iLiigerous vvouud.  Young Dujilan    and three    contpan-  ions haul just emerged ifrom the swim  miug hole 'whe/.i Uicy became engaged  ��������� in  an  altercation' 'with   the    woman,  during which she fired the shot.  She chiii'iived that the l.oy.s vwre on  her 'premises, and that she ordered  them ���������(!'.  FINDS JEW  WaY TO COM-  MIT SUiGlOE  tins morning leceived  ���������die..l  of i-aier    inclosed in an   enve-  crossboiKs,     with   the   words,   "Looli.  out!   Murder'.'''  'I.he envelope bore -the- stamp of the  lope on which appearad a skuM and  Hallard postL-ilice.' Mr. Campbell vvras  one of the first of the mill owners  to stai t up with nonu-nioif' men, and  every -effort was made to win ^is; an em  away- by   the union without avail.  A policeman was stationed at the  mill at quitting time for several  vvxcaS to prevent'interfertnee with  the employes.  Mr. Camiibell Jias,turned the letter  over to  the Mill Owners' Association  New Yotk, June 10.���������-An uiiiilcntifi-  od-man killed himself in an unusual  fashion' in the Bronx today, to the  horror of a nunibcr  of persons    who  ISLAND IS  GOOD PLACE  ���������'-���������������������������'*   The Ledger is in receipt b |day of  hapiKiied to be in St.. iMary's park a nicely-printed well illustrated book  near the. scene of his i.uicide. After entitled "Southern British Colum-  pacia'g the sidewalks for ;.onic time 'bia." Which is L'.sucd by the Cana-  in evident'.mental   distress  he   drove'dian  Pacific  Railway,   giving descrip-  k.-^-^  from Ihe soiil;h..'as|. side of Ihe rock  at the outer end of the brini-Uwater,  at  Port  Hari'ord,  Cal.  I-I.   1 faydea  returned   from   Vani-ou-  yer today.  ''According; to word received liy the  (.'anadian Austruliiin liner Aoransji  a luvv days ago the New Zealand  football Association .bus'offered, to  pay Ihe expenses oi" an All-'English  eleven-to Now Zealand next yc-ar and  Ihe invitation has been- accepted by  the OKI Country'players. It is th*  intent ion of tho hit lor oi'tjani'/.ntion  to travel hy t.bo All Jted route, which  will bring- iliein 'through Vancouver  and matches will probably'be played  with   Canadian  teams.  FU'NERAL TOMORROW.  The announcement made on another  j-iiuge to the eRect, that thc |>urial   of  j\lrs.   Davis, of. Cumlierland, will take  I lace  i n  Thursday  afternoon,   is     a  i.list-iike, as The Ledger received vvoi'il  j.i.st before going to press up fie effect  ,f!iat Ihe funeral  will   be hehl  tomorrow    afternoon      in  Nanaimo,  immediately after thc arrival of the boat.  BIG LOAN  NEGOTIATED  ������������������*���������-$-'%���������  Nisw- York, July 0.���������Negotiations  (or an important American Railway  loan by French capitalists wore con  eluded today in Paris. No details oi  the loan have been obtainable so far.  but it is generally understood, that  the loan is for Hie Chicago-Milwaukee .and SI. Paul. Thc sum is variously stated cf. from $125,000,000'  to S50,000,000.   (  A BAD  FAMILY.  Kvnnsville. Ind., July 9.���������Tonah  Williams, lib", wife and their son.  Wesley Williams were sentenced to  prison for life today for the .murder of Fames Light al/Bnonevill* hist  spring. Andrew Williams, another  son is serving n jail sentence for a  petty .crime, and the smaller children are \in  the reform school.  t .lis head against the thick plain gjlass  front  window    of a  saloon  until    it  ! was    shivered    from  top   to bottom.  .Then wilh a big fragment of the  broken pane he cut his throat.  ��������� A policeman summoned an ambulance, .but the man l.lod to death before it reached the place.  CANADIANS  DEPEATED   -���������������$������-*������������������  Philadelphia, duly '.).-.-Under ideal  conditions the annual international  cricket match between -(ho United  States and Canada began today on  the ground that the Cermantown  cricket club, and when .stumps wore  drawn at. 0:30 p.m. for the day.  the home players had scored 1^7 t vn,|S  for their lirst innings, and the visitors    .'31   for   toss  of  live    wickets.  The American eleven is made up  of players selected from local clubs.  The Americans won the loss and  elected to but lirst. Seven of I bo  home    players    --reached   douhU    lig-  iio.:s of the resources of Kootcnay,  Boundary and Okanagan districts,  and Vaiuo.iver Island. Speaking of  the tract of land along the E. ct N.  Kail way, the article says: This magnificent estate is being systematically explored by the company whose  intention it, is: to clear the land of  timber and iliv de it into convenient  si/������d lots, when it will be ofierenl  for sale to fruit groweis, poultry  and dairymen at reasonable prices,  and  on   favorable .terms.  ROCKEFELLER  SUM^MONSED  Findlay, 0., July .1.0.-���������Judge Banker, of the probate court, has issued  a summons for John D, Rockefeller in  connection with  thc suit recently fil-  tiimance thereof, c,{ which the minis  lie   interest   to encourage the estan-  I'sliment of. snvall-   sawmills, .with., a  view lo securing to settler's.a   cheap  siifply of lumber;  therefore.Hie   gov-  ������riu>r-general-in-council is  pleased   u>-  ord.-r  ihat section   11   of  the regnla-  tiens |.rnividirig    for the    administra-  vir.i.i    of     the     ti miner  on Dominion  Ian !s in The -prowi'iices  of   Manitoba,  .Saf.-iatchjjwan    and   Aliberta,  aiwl   in  Ihe  raihyay belt in  the  pr,|vince   of  Hritisk-Columbia, cstahlislicd i>y the  order-iii-tbuncil of. July 1,  VStVS, and  amended.! by subsequent  orders,-* shall  he and the same is hereby rescinded  iu  so far as it relates to tine granting 0f permits,by public Cj.-impeti.tion  except   so    far as it rhay relate   to  rights already ac.iuired, and that the  following clause be''-substituted therefore:     In  the cllscretioin   of  the minister of the interior permits may be  granted without competition   in i  the  pij i.inen   "of Mi.m'.toha,  Sas.'iatchewan  jxiMi   Alberta  . to     the first. aPidicamt  therefore,     who is  a sawmill   owner  to cut over a   definitely    ��������� described  tract of land not exceeding one square'  mile in extent, on paymtent of crown  dins   at     rates    fixed    hy section 2,  clause :iU"  ol the regulations establish d by order-in-council of the July  I,   ISllS, and amen led by   suliscvijucnfc  orders-iti-council,  subject also to  the  payment' of a fee at the rale :if $100  |.tr square mile for each permit. Permits 0f this  class shall  be good    for  one   year from date of.issuj"-   A sec-  , -ml   permit covering  the same   territory may be   issued   to the   grantee,  hid   he shall have no  further or other light of   renewal.    -The permittee  must have a mill    in  actual   opera-  lion  satisfactory to the minister ''of  the interior, within three months   of  the date oi  the permit, othiorvyise the  permit.shall he cancelled.     In the ev-  ���������nt   of    the  permittee not operating  1 o ������.  reasonable extent upon the land  covered by.t'ic permit during the con-  ter of the interior shall  be the   sole  r.iid   fnal judge,   the permit shall be-  seore I ochiy (Vi  ison tbi' hallinu  was  rather  weak  ed here against the Standard Oil Co.  and Mr.   Rockefeller,  in which    it   is  allj'ged  that the Valentine anti-trust-' rome mill  and void.  law has l,ecn violated .by the Stand-      "The governor-general-in-eotincil    is  aid Oil  Co.,  a/i<l  its sulaidiary coin -   f. rUier pleased to order that the or-  1 anics.    The summons has been turn-. ilc-v.in-cmrncil   of    the    February  19,  ed over to Sheriff Groves, who states   lfH)(i.  establishing regulations for the  that   he will  make  service upon   Mr. j granting   of permits without compe-  tires-      J.     u.    King   made   ihe   ' top  runs. My -compar- Rockefeller as soon as be returns Hit ion to mill owners shall be and  of the Canadians from Kuropc. Sheriff Groves has t':e same is hereby rescinded. Per-  ngainst    the spun-   none ko  Cleveland to  serve summons   n its  issued under this  ord^r to    be  did   bowling  Greene.  of   King-,     Clswrk.  iT-ii'l  upon the  Standard  one of its officers.  Oil Co. through  .A.MJcct to regulations to te made hy  [the minister of the interior." HHHKHHHHHBHBH  SSSTTRWWSWTO*  P""W*"W  THE LADYSMITH DAILYLEDGER  Bl  I  :S'-  n  '%'  1  i ii( DAILY LEDGER  PubliEhed   every   day   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  HIE  DAILY LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE  AT LADY SMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One  Yc������r  (in advance)     One Month    ....   $5.00  50 cettts  .TUESDAY  July   10,  D)0C  The following   article is token from  an   editorial    in   the   Iternie     Ledger ���������  of   July    6th.     Jt  is  entitled   "Socialism."  Whatever may be t-be merits or demerits of socialism. Air. Llawifcom-  tbwaito as Jt.s advocate wns no* bolU  \ed i������ by tbe uiidiciiee that listened  to him in Fernio. J lis genuineness  was very seriously odesiioii&d ' ttnd  he loft ihv platform alter a loud  boast that no emu in Urilish Colum  bia dare take the platform with huu.  eiiliivh (li.si-ivdited by a working  man, the chairman of the day's 'proceedings Mr. \V. M. Dickon, the  President of the Miners' union. And  the curious feature of it is that tho  discrediting- was done by the mere,  asking of Mr. 1 law thonithwaitc of  several very ug'ly questions about  bis own public career, which he an-  awered  by silence.  The applause ihat " 5; rooted the  questions when put by Mr "Ilichen  showed that there was little isympathy in I he great crowd of miners  for the socialist orator. It was in  strong contiast with tho meagre  applause his speech evoked. This is  partly to be accounted for by reason of ��������� hasi attack qf patriotism which,  formed the tkemto of both thc."previous speakers. Mr. Ha"vv thornthwaitc declared that patriotism  vv,as nothing- to thc worUiiigman.  It was July lirst, Canada's natal  day, thc great crowd of people were  celebrating the day and by courtesy permitted him to introduce a  political 'discussion quite out ..'of  place at a nimer's picnic. Every  where'.' -the '.British and 'Canadian  dag's bore testimony to the loyalty  and devotion of the people to' their  country, and yet the speaker 'had  not only the. bad taste but the..' effrontery to proclaim to them thai,  love of country was nothing to tha  working- man.  After that- bis remarks fell very  flat. Clearly nett lefl he proceeded to  scold the Pernio miners for not  helping in the securing- ol' the Eight  Hour and the Workmen's' Compensation for Injury Acts. Mo did not  ���������however, explain why tbe latter  Act had always been a dead letter'  in Nanaimo among .the men'who, according to him. secured tho passage  of the Act. If be i^ot I ho Art it had  never been invoked by the men of  Nanaimo until Fernie's men recently (old (ho men of Nanaimo that  such  on  Act. was in existence  Beyond a loud -declamation against  the "hoary-hoaded old Tories" -now  forming the government parky of  the province there was nothing- in  his speech-. Bui Mr. I'I'awthornth-  waite, holding the balance of power,  could at times in the last three-  years, have turned the government  ���������tit .*f power, and this was so evidently   apparent   to   all   present  that  DISSS:  when the chairman, Mr. Dickm, asked him wh\ be voted with iho*e  honry headed old Tories during iv-  ccni .session-, and kept them in power, the loud applause of the crowd  and Air. llawiaornt liwait e'b silence  was very ominous, i  When the chairman followed that  up by pointing out bow muck at  variance with 1*0 proclaimed prin'  ciples oi socialism were the Socialist leader's votes on the C. P- R  land "grant of SOO.000 acres, his vote  oti the Kaien Island, tho Dewdney,  the Education and Assessment bills,  brought down liy the government, his  discomriture vva������ complete , and he  t\as speechless, olTering no explanation   of his conduct.  Ai Mr. irawthorntbwaite's meeting  in tbe .Miners" hall the same evening-  he niie-mpud (o undo the harm be  had done when he decried patriotism, rie aKo tried 1 c; patch up the  breach he liad made between his  pnriv and the labor party by his  fre-jtienl di lun'iicement of trades  unionism. Eleventh hour repont-  nneos do not go. however, and he  failed to convince IVie independent  listener of. his sincerity. The greater  part  of his  address  was  a    bitter  harangue- again-t     all   forms  vvfblih,     which   he   would    coiiliscat<  when  i ho    party  gained  control    Soc  ialism   was  pictured   in   all   its>   thco- j  retical   beautv:      a perfect    condition  Try Capi-  ! and Nuggei Cigars  of tor the ceremony the bridal partj en  1 tercd automobiles and went to  I'-Vevv West in iiibtur, at winch point  ���������Ihey took the I in a I Noil hern Railway for Seattle, whine i Loir honoy-  beauty; a perfect condition' nlaon ���������ni be spout. Mrs. John An-  to which everybody would become but' dc,.sou .vml Miss. Pauline Yott of  which no sane man could ever ex-J Soatt]<>, relatives of the bride, were  pect. no more than he would grasp '���������,.eSl.,u a1 (be cereuum.v.  for the moon. -'Elect a majoritj of; Tno lmi,j,y couple ace well known  socialists and then we will show y0u< -m Vaneoiivor, and the bride is well  was the nearest approach he made ^nown jn Nanaimo, 'where she veto -the practical side of the question. J sif(lJ<i fol. a number oi- years before  Jt may be said that the coming and ' comi���������,, (��������� uds city Thoy were the  going of Mr. Ilawthointhwaite to' c.f!fijJ,i(.Mts (,f, ninny hniidsixmo' pre-  Farnio to address the miners on their'ontti testir.v ing to the esteem in  holiday was,as close to failure asLvhu.jj L|-M,y ar[. ]u.i,| |,y tjioir , nimi-  anything wc have seen. He came t0 crcniS fi iends. Mr. Horn came t<������  speak to vvorkiiigmen, he spoke, but Vancouver from Marker llarborogh,  ho didn't conquer; he was defeated KngUvnd. ���������, and was for some time hi  and dishonored by his own. ,    J the employ " of the Hank of  Ii. N.  A.   0  jj    Mr.   and   .Airs.   Horn   will   re-dde    in  I Vancouver.  Thc   wedding   was     solemnized    at j  . ___'   tku     Wesley     Chun-h     al    11    o'clock      ,,��������� ���������       . ...  ,   Try a Province Cigar.  yesterday    moininu       of   Mr.   W.    G. .   , ,, ,. , .  /II. Jlorr. and .Miss, rfelen Isa'l.ld Finn)  erfelt, dauefiter of Mr. W. E. Fluni-  erfclt, Secretary of the Tourist Association, says Sunday's News Advert iser. Tbe ceremony was .performed by Rev.' \V. E. Pcscott in  the presence of a few immediate  friends  of the contracting parties.  AI  Espimajt   & Nanaimo Railway  c  fVISRlP SCHEDULE  EFFECTIVE-JULY 18  Minard's Liniir.enl, Co., Limited.  Gents,���������I ciiK'tl a walmnbie hunting  deg, of maii-jc with IMiLV.VRlVjS LIN-  TMENT afii-r several veterinaries  bad treat'tl him without douiq- him  any pei'maiienl good. Yours, &c.,  WILFRED GAG-NE,  Prop,   of CUand  Central Hotel,'Drum  mond'.-illr,   Aug    3,   'OL  For a cool, refresbing���������  B A TH  Duiinjr the Summer;  Months Call on   SAVED, HIS COMRADE'S LIFE.  "While returning from the Grand  Army Encampment' at Washington  City, a comrade from Elgin, 111., was  taken with cholera morbus and was  in a critical condition," bays Mr.  J. E. Houghland, of. Eltlon, Iowa.  "I gave him Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and  believe saved his. life. I have been  engaged for ten years in iiivmigtation  work and conductod many parties to  the isouth, arid west. I always carry this remedy and have used it successfully on many occasions." Soli  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  Sai.i fiom Lad.s.iih for Y.aneoti\ cr  6  (j o e'o ���������', a. in.  SaiL from  Vaii-'ouver-'fj^r Lad}smi tlj, -"every Monday  1:30 p. ni. ��������� ���������  y  Tntsd.;/ and  Wednesday., at  and    Tuesday    at  G, 1^. Courtney,  . District -Passenger Agent  58 Government St., .Victoria, 1LC.  ri  fa  jln i.t.  hi:  10MAN''  L^ads Them    AM  1JS-  QUALITY   -  R.P.RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific. Coast,  'ICTORIA.  ���������������������������  ������������������  Agency.  -    -: :-B.C  HOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Pailors,  etc.,     Iliyh  Street  Sunlight Soap is better than'other soaps,.but  3i>jit wlis.i use! in tlu 5unliglit way.  liny SjiilijIU Sj ;?;\ v.t tollow Directions  2  Union made-Capi.'?.! & Nugget Cigars  IT DEFIES  COMI'l/JMTlON  ?4 &  I,.6  I  The one will  he honest   and  reliable.     The other  questionable. So with boobs. All hoots  that look well arc not honest.  Leckie's Boots are ALL  LEATHER, and made to  meet western requirements  The logger, the prospector,  and Wie miner can depend on  theni when far from   the   busy  haunts of men.  A s k your dealer f o r  "LECK1E BOOTS," and take  no substitute.  Manufactured by  J. LECKtE UI  VANCOUVER,    B,C  |^A^EI|1^|  &S&fisti$&  DAY SCHOOL  dual subjects taught; also lau-  giiage" ��������� drawing in pencil and crfcy-  ons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte &nd vocal lessons glv-  n) in classes or individually.  MISS riERTRAM,      Ladysmith, B.C  RAYMOND   &  SONS  ���������Dealers  in���������  Lime,   Plaster Paris,    Brick,  ,j    Fire Brick and Vancouver is-  i *Tand cement.  1   3 Pandora St.,'Victoria B.C.  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  Call on J, [. Smith  House- and Sign Paintet  k loo fioin{ Fast?  then bs ������ure you tickets re������*  'ilr  tb������  . North Western Line  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Pacifl������  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LINE, TF  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWES'"  RATES, THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,  CHk  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT<  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask y  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General  **������������  ??0 2n* Ave.. Seattl*  Under New Atanajjmenl  HOTEL WILSON  Jus.^R, LicKinn-ell, Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens' headii������n.vters.  Modern anil     Strictly  First Class  Fire Prool    Buildiiir.  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK���������  and  ���������WHITE  LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  3  COMfOKTAt&C  ,       - .--    ..j- .���������.      .     .  Ticket and, freight .Office, 75.  Government Street.  Transcontinental  f  Trains Daiiy      i  1 The New Train    ���������  ORIENTAL LIMITED  The Train ol  Ease,; Elegance, ' Excellence. "  Every mile a picture',' "and  no sniobe to" spoil  the   view"  Through Compartment, .Observation- and Pullman Sleepers; 'also Through' Tourist  Cars to Chicago. v.  At antic Steamship' Business to Europe  "gg^is our Specialty  Union Terminals with all  Steamer lines.  Berth  reservations by wirel  Great, Northern S.S. Co.  FOR1 JAPAN   AND  CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota ami Dakota sail from Seattle for Ja-.,  pan    and'China ports at   fre-;  .ejuenr dates.      Exact    sailing  dates can be sccurwl  upon application to any Great Northern representative'  S. G.   YERKES,  ; A.G.P-A.;  Seatlle, Wash.  E. R.J STEPHEN, ^.,^-  Gen.   Agent,  VictorTaV'B.C.  ^^fe?������ ^./^ vtf.  -a  ��������� ..D������ai������rc la  Pianos   & Organs  l-adysn,lth, B.C  m  w, pf PiP^Bs ti o  ���������4  NURSIES   GREENHOUSE AND SEtO  HOUSES  8**10   'Venminster   Road,  VANCOUVER.  If.C  .Headquarters for   PACIFIC CROWN Onrden, ilelo  and flower SEED5   '  lor distribution. ;"  -Large   stocif %f Home  Grown FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL     TREES  now matured for Spring.  No expense, loss or delay of Jumigatiou or inspection  Let me price your list  before placing your order, trreennousc Plants,  ��������� Floral Packages. Fertilizers   etc. c  3010, Westminster "Road.  VANCOUVER, B.   C.  ^C X\  Plumbing v and Tinsmithing  DONE  AT    ���������  Reasonable Prices  J. ANDERSON  Leave orders at  VetersoiVs Fum -  "ture Store, or telephone No 5b.    *  I     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     !  ���������u J1' -  .....^'^-hi'g  'f*^Jl  HOTEL   DOMINION  -Katie *L2!i Hiid$L5C������������������  F-i! lo  ail f'tean boat   b'nd af������ and  r dl way depots'. KlectricJ-siTB fvory fivf  mmutee to'all parts 6l 1 be city- Bin  in;! tablf''iirmxcelli'd,  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, 0. j  Best accommodation for transient  *nd permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  (Wp Rates $1.80 a day and ap-  w%rds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  STEAM IIEATB1   'lU'KNISH    ROOMS  BAR SDl'l'UEP WITIIBF.  T  WINES, l.IQOOKS, CIOARJ*  0TSF0RD H0TEI  PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Soieltirig Worjka at  LADYSMITH,   B. C.  f       HEAD OFFICE':  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  +  +  *  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Islandi General Manager. I  A  J. McMCSM RIB, Proprietor  \Tevvly fitted up and  Furnished  LAiyVSATIH,   . C;  Good tables and good  Rooms  This  Hotel  has    been, completely       renovated.    ���������  Board a*d lodging J1.00 per day.  HOTEL-    PRETORIA  JOHN TtfA, Proprietor  :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Bar   Supplied   with  the  Best    Wines, lst^ Avenue :-  Liquors and  Cigars. ii*i'ii. t-   > -  icoflands Best.  11 Iisoi:r bat a  Sole Af/ents for   73. (.  fc-'*.^. ���������%.-������������������-'  WM.  MUNSIE,   President    J. Wi  COBURN, Managing Director.  Telephane 4-d.  Ihe Ladysmith.Lumber Co. Ltd,  %j  V������u'  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITHS  Shingles a Specialty  MANUFACTURERS OF   Koiiffh and��������� pressed Fir and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS,   SHINGLES,   MOULDINGS,      ETC        ������������    ^  BES^  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND   DRIED     FLOORINGS     AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  *  *  t  .������..������.^������..������������������..#..���������.���������������������������*.<.������������������-������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������'������������������  I; 5T0VES!                ���������;.;'; STOVES! I  ;        we are making: HEATERS and RANGES of |  f         Latest ftyles'and Newest Patterns--We do ?  I        Ar| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work j  | Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty \  | Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53  P. 0. Box  12.  TH6GITY MRRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  fSt. Avenue - Ladysmith B. C.  PAINTING   AND   PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done  Orders  Promptly  Execute  S���������  ROEDpING     LADYSMITH  LADVSMITH TRANSFER STABLE  I    PIANOS,     ORdANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     bURNITURF MOV-  ED  PROMPTLY  A   ND  SAFELY.  Stabler in the rca' ol the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford  Leave orders  at   thr  A.    J    WASrUTT PROP- ^Aosaaa8g������aaa.w������g  ������tea*sfe&e*  ^-S&������  ���������7 Wjjr -i ��������� V'tt-^.t'"^?)  aro^amaBWjjj^wj^twagHigfWuii^^  ^aar^)tajilia;srjarraaCJf.a4*  THE LADXSMITH DAILY LEDGER  LODGES  LADYSMITH TEMl'LE, No. " 5.-  Kathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' IIall every 2iul and 4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. *>  MRS. KATE TATE,   M. ot R. &. C.  UNITED   ANCIENT      ORDh'K   Ol-  DRUIDS  Wellington  Gi'o\c  No.  4  U.   A.  O.  i  Aleets   in the V O   O .K. lta.il,  i..  ilysnutli,    the   Second   and      J-Vjii.  Wednesdays of each  month, comin'.:  ing Wednesday,  Kith., 1905.  ' Visiting  Druids     are lpvilcd   U   ii  liud.  By Or.ior  WM   RAFTER, Reef Sev^  PATRICK  IJCPK. N.   *  " Ur. Dier can he touHd at any tin  at his office on Oatacre st.' His d-.-  tal work is gi arantcod to be Hr=  class and rates  reasonable v  li������a  HILBERT  a^na.1  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed  and at reasonable rates. -  RESIDENCE   AND OFFICE  Gatacre bt Ladysmith  j Open at all hours.  NOTICE  From      this 'date  the  undersigned  will  not  Le lespopsihle foi  any  In  debtedness  ��������� Incurred except "on       ������  written orficr signed by the secretary  Rowland  Machin.  V.   I.   EXPLORATION* &   DEVEI  OI'MENT CO., LTD. , "  Non Personal Lfability.  V|p������ot������a   R   r .  W������t   f������fh    '"/in   -  ,   Solicitor, ,TE*f  Money   fa    loan  vt.   4vc������u?   -   -    -   LA'JVSVI H  1 LADYSiVLl I rl ^iiAKtkY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    Cakci  -Jlade   to  Order  FRUITS   Awil    CANDIES OF  ALL  KINDS.    FKESil   BREAD EVERY   DAY  Prices    arc     Very Reasonable.      All  Customers arc Treated Alike.  HOP  LEE A CO.  ON THE   ESPLANADE.  NEWS NOTES  P&QM NANAIMO  .Mrs.    Bird and sou  of Alberni    are"good pitcher.     TbLs defect    will,  it  is  expected ^' ho remedied by Saturday,  win'* ii lirst class'mail' with' whom  the loo������il nianagcmont is in tom-  [niunication with, is expected lo arrive. As the homo team is going  io considerable expense to got An-  ���������cortes hero, il is hoped that the  fames  will  ho  well  patronized.  guests at i'he  Wilson.  Tho local lodge Knights of   Piythias  will   install   officers- at  tonight's   ses-  sn u.  A.r. William Manson, member for  Alborni District in the 'Provincial  Hi.use returned yesterday from a  vi- it  to  Tcxacla Island.  CUBAN CIGAR FACTOBY  Manufacturers of the Famous  v cujvn iv.^ysyx  None bu   Uuii'i Labor    Employed  H .1.  BOOTH. Prop  Paisley Dys Wsrks  Fancy Dyeing and Cleaning. Charges reasonable, etc..   Work Guaranteed  Commercial Sf. ��������� Nanaimo, B. C  ^  zm>..  ^1S������  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEEN   -  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL. QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  And tbe Principal Business Centers of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AKD  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Time Tables,- etc., address  CEO.W.VAUX,  Assistant Gen'l Fnsaeuger nnd Ticket Agent,  13* AOHMS St.. CHICAGO, ILL.  J. PIERGY & GO.  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  ^ifiivUurs of the Silver Leaf Temple  Si>. '2 liathbone Sisters of this city  wi'l pay a fraternal \isit .tonight  lo the Temple at Ladjsmith. Thc  party will go down in carriages returning  later  in the evening.-  i The coal rights for some 2,-  000 acres of land lying in the -\ ic-  inil.y of Cumberland has been bond  ed at the rate of ������10.00 per acre by  parties supposed lo represent Ihe  C. P. 11." This land is composed of  thj ranches to which t itlu was given before the 13. & N. land" graat  was  made.  Officer Cassidy of Ladysmith goes  over to Vancouver this morning on  the Joan to bring back a man named Meyers,'who is under arrest there  Meyers is accused of breaking into a  wan house on tho wharf at Ladysmith and stealing some tools belonging to the Colliery Company  some time last February. ���������  A CHALLENGE.  WHOLESALE LUY 6000  VICT0AIA, B. C  GENERAI BLACKSMITH SHOP  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED  AT  SHORT  NOTICE.      DKILL^  SHARPENED  BY US      ALWAYS   GIVE SATISFACTION.   PICKS HANDLED A ND REPAIRED   ^S II I PS MIT III N G-    IN      ILL   ITS   BRANCHES  horseshoers and Genero* Bfacksmittis.  R. WRIGHT.  Buller Street -    - Ladysmith, B C  ���������^���������������������������;���������+���������^^^������������������������������������^'���������^HH���������4-^���������f-r���������^���������|-���������^^^���������^������������������^^^4���������^f���������^>���������:^���������^^������������������T-������������������  flCE!     ICE!    ICE!  WiLl be Delivered on  Mondays,   Wednesdays,  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders  must be in by" eleven  o'clock  on  day .of Delivery,  Mrs. Davis, wile of Samuel C.  Davis, proprietor of the' Union Uo-  ,1 el at Cumberland died Sunday midnight at the fnniil.\ residence, Cumberland. 'I'he deceased who was 7'2.  yi'tti'.s of age, was a native of Siaf  fordshire, England. She had- been  a resident of Cumberland and dis-  triet for tbe jjiisI 17 yearn, /-previous to which the family lived in  Nanaimo for over- thirteen years.  Thc deceased lady was well and f*v>  or.ibly known throughout the dis-  lrift- in which she lived, luningi always taken an active part in any  ���������h.iri table work. Ilea lb was due  to heart disease after an illness last  ing two years. The deceased leaves  in mourn her loss a husband and a  son. The funeral will take place"  on Thursday from A. E. Hilbert's  parlors    to  the    Nanaimo cemetery.  o   ���������>.  Mr. f William       Sloan,    Comox-At-  lin's   we,l    informed     representative  in the   Dominion   House of Commons  returned-  home    to    Nanaimo     yesterday   from     attending the   session  of parliament at Ottawa.     In_. spite  of the long session and  arduous duties   and  labors   attending-  on  ;sueh,  The top,hands of the Western Fuel J M'-  Sloan is looking as healthy and  Company, challenge ��������� the clerical stall (''"bust as ever,  and  is glad  'to     ri������-  of the   Company to a game   of ball,  to   be  played      any  time  tlhe  latter1  wishes   for an   auto ride on a keg of  nails.    The  top  hands   will.line     up  as follows: .  Pitcher���������W.   Steele.  Catcher���������H.  Boyce.  1st base���������R.   Ramsay.  2nd base���������A Escott.  3rd  base���������E.   Strecthorse.  Left Field-���������H. Harrison.'  Short stop���������E. Escott.  ~Right   field���������11.  Rent on.  Centre���������B.    Humphrey.  ���������The management of the Nanaimo  Baseball Club have, made arrangements with the star team of Ana-  cortes. Washing-ton for two - games  in this, city,, one on Saturday- alter   ~������  turn    to   Nanaimo   and   get   a   Little  relaxation   from  the busy life   at Ot  tawa.     The work'"of the present session has been      taken  up    rpiite  largely,   with ,a discussion   of   the    Sunday,   Observance    Hill    in  which   l>lr-  Sloan    has     taken    an   active   part.  having   had  several   amendments    inserted,   making   away  with   some ' of  the   objectionable     features   of      the  'bill.'!    The   member      for  Como'x-At-  lin   has also., while at Ottawa,   been  looking   after   the   many   needs     and  wants  of his  large  district.  , ��������� *--    -  There   will, be   a   meeting    tonight  Iflithe Forresters IHall of the   Forres  >er's  Re-union    Committee.      A     full  attendance    is  requested.  fe������^' You can shake  //||||\\\\V>V down a' "Sunshine"  furnace without getting  covered with ashes and dust���������has a  dust, flue through which all the dust  and ashes escape when you shake  down the fire.  This heater is so easily regulated and operated,  and so clean, that it makes the entire household  bright and genial.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.    Booklet free.  MXlaiyl?  LONDON.    TORONTO,     MONTREAL,. WINNIPEG,     VANCOUVER,  ./    '   ST.   JOHN.     HAMILTON.  Ihe .iatf|iiy ware Co,, Sole  J.   K.  i.CAUizifc and   wile with li.  h;s.  A-. am and    wife,  are out  for a v. uu..   .si.������day  .a in ping oni'ioteclion  Island.  fli      ' i r at a pari of that  ..-> voider  ^an\Mi.  ��������� >.   ioiiie>iis  was    c'.rowrwil  in       the    Chemaimis     liiv-  streani known  'l huh.   Loineliu-i  The    St.    Andrews    church      Sun-' was a  diamond  drill  expert and   niiii  on .11^ engineer and came io Mount Sic  iir last spring to install a new diamond 'drill for tine Tyee Coppei: Con.-  }>. ny wliick. opirates extensively on  tl.e mountain: Willi a party of fric-  ihI-i be started out lo spend the day  at ihe river, and 3 timc������ h������ turned  I'he tug Amy was in from Stev-!1" g������ home as he was not well, but  est on yesterday ufternoon to convey 1 n illy .decided to go alcng With tlu  a numlbvr of Nanaimo Indians tp the P*1''?'- Shortly alter arriving at *he  Fraser where ihey will engage in thd''ilPr in some manner ho slipped and  Salmon lishimr. - -j fell   in,   bittingliis  bead  on  a     stone  with the result that he was rendered  powerless     and   the strong    current  day    School  picnic   "will  be held  August.- 10.  Sir, and Mrs. Robert' Brown will  leave this morning -on a two weeks  visit   to  Harrison Hot Springs.  Limited "���������������������������������������������'-.'-"���������<  noon',    July   ]4th,   and the other oa  Sunday afternoon,  duly l">th.  In going up against this team the  locals are. tackling the hardest proposition that ihey have ever been  up against. At the present time  Anacortes stands third in the Pu-  jet Sound League, a league composing many Vast and ' great . base  ball teams. Mallard aad the, Electrics of Seattle are the .only, learns  leading Anacortes, so it can be seen  what quality of ball will be , played  In ikese two games. At the present  time the local team iS'.one.-.of -rth������  best  that   has    ever   represented   this  MODEST CLAIMS OFTEN  CARRY MOST  CONVICTION  When Maxim, the famous s;tin inventor, placed his gun liefore a committee of judges, lie slated its car-  ryiin.2; power to lie much lielow . what  he felt sure thc gun would accomplish. The result of the trial was  therefore a great surprise, instead of  ���������disappointment. It is the same with  the manufacturers of Cham>l>erlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea < Remedy. Tbey do not boast ot what  this remedy will accomplish, .hut prefer to let the users make the   state-  , meats. What they do claim, is that  ������fty on the .diamond. The only thing ,fc wi��������� poSsiblv cure (Iiarihoca, dvs-  lacking    to   make    it    compare  with  N,ierj,i pftins in t.iie stomach and bow  the  best   of them,   is the lack  of  a els'akl has never; been .known to'fail.  ==.  For sale    by The    Ladysmith Pbar-  Minard's   Liniment cures   Diphtheria   'bacy.  ip vou want aoood���������^-^���������i  Ml  ��������� DESII.fJS  S TRADE'MflliKiS  AND COPYR.fiHT  OCTANE!)  ������ ADVICE AS TO PATENTABiLITY  ������ Notice in "Inventive Age '  'Tek 1 fcll'i  ^ Boole "How to obtain Patents" S"  % |_ %r 6~  ' 13 P"  imp  T Charges moderate. No fee till patent is secure-'  f       tetters strictly confidential.   Address,  I E. G. SIGGERS. Patent Lawyer, Washington, D. f.  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Dominion Lands  ���������within the Railway Belt in British  Columbia, may be homesteaded by  uny person who is the sole bead of  a family, or any male over e glitecn  years of age, to the extent of one-  quarter section of J 60 acres, more  ur less.  Entry must be made personally at  the local land olbce for the district  in  which  the land  is  situate,  The homesteader 'is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following  plans:  (1) At least, six months' residence  upon and cultivation of thc. land in  each year for  three 3rears.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homes tea tier resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the    re  quirements ., as to residence may be  satisfied by such.person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his home  stead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by resided-  upon the said land.  Six monthe' notice in writhe  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be ao/cjuirod by one individual or' company. Royalty at the  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,00t'  pounds shall be collected on the I.  gross output.  W.  W.   CORY,  T'e;iiity  of the  Minister  nf Interior  Meal  J X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN " FIRST AVENUE.   A .  Col. Andrew, C. P. Haggard, l������ro-w,lichrilns ftt tnecanvoll c.irriCxl  tber of tbe famous llider Hagg*rd, hjm ,Q )]is ���������eath R(? Was r (nan fl.  of literary fame. paid, this city a ,m 40 VBa.rs of age aml aS far a8  visit yesterday. Later in tho day he .km,wn hjs Ivln1ives nr0 ltl tm, L.;aRt.  left on a hunting aml flshing expedi r> came frf)m St j f)Uij Wo  uon   in  Ihe    vicinity of Parksville.      | 0    V  I ATE   IT.VItORV   CATATiS.  r.erl'in.'.Tnly   9.  ��������� The Spiritualists meeting- in .their  hall, on. Sunday. ..evening was fairly  well attended, To some the manifestations, spiritualist readings, etc  gave satisfaction; to others most  emphatically" iiot. " i  Mrs. Jessie Sutherland, who has  been visiting her son, Mr. C. S.  Sutherland in this city, will leave  this morning for her home in Lindsay.   Ontario.  At .the .'V-Ugh School examinations  conducted, by Mr. Argue and Mr.  Bui ns, just concluded last evening  Xineteen candidates wrote for ad-  vaiu-ement, one for subordinate and  two for senior grade. In addition  to. these    thirteen    wrote  for . McGill.  ma I riculation.     The results of the ex  ���������   .   't  aniinations    wjll not be known until  about  the   25 inst.  ..������������������������������..������..3-  First  Class  R1QS FOR HIRE  DELlVERl'in.  WOOD AND UARK;FOR SALE    AND  ...     ...........   ^EXPRESS U'QR,K..,  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  . W.  STLER.  1EHEKAL EXPRESS km  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  Df1- '���������  Leavo orders at tbe Ahliotsford  Keep Minard's  bouse.  Liniment    in    the  NO^OE  LADYSYlim   WATBRWORKS  Consumers are requested to-'call at   the office     on  Roberts   Street  ������  iay Water     Retes, hetween the 10th   and the 25th of each m. nth.  Office H)urs 1P.M. 4 30  T. ] BLAND  ���������������������������;.". .SUPERINTENDENT.  Express Work  CHALLENGE  The   Athletic  Club   members  clial-  lenae     V������e P1V     Goods    Clerks to a  game   of  Baseball   on   tbe  Caledonian  Grounds on, Sunday morning next.  A.   Sampson,    Capt.  G.   Sage,    Afgr.  ���������.������.���������  Captain Ockcrman, of the Govern  men I. liont Georgia states that yes  tei-ilay while coming down the  straits of CJeorgia a large school of  sharks was seen. They were from  seven to ton feet long, were sluggish  '.vi'itf otl 'op oi the water, tbe big  black fin standing out like a sail.  One of tliem was shot, and gaffed by'  a pike pole and thought to be killed by the crew, but when they tried  to pick him up he rolled over and  disappeared  in the briny  depths   .   -���������..  \ despatch to the  Ta.neblatt from Duisbcrg, Prussia,  today announced that the Customs  authorities of Duisberg as the result that ��������� inferior Russian meat was  being; ���������smuggled across the frontier  inio Germany, seized a consignment  which pooved to be carcases''.'of' unborn calves, which a witness testified that a. number of "large firms  \v,)rc   regularly   importing.  iMinard's . Liniment'cures'  Cold, etc.  NOTICE  Light Teaming.  Orders With���������  PIRST  AVENUE  Wood and    Bark   for  sale.     Sec  J.   KEMP,   or    leave  ���������h ,        i  W. CARTER.  PHONE      6-0  Howard    Mack 1 in,   of   Salt    Spring  Island  is registered at  the Wilson.  BOWEL COMPLAINT  IN   CHILDREN  During the summer m0ntbs children  are subject bo disorders of the bow\  els which should receive careful attention as soon as the first unnatural looseness of the howels appears  The l>est medicine in use for bowel  complaint is Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as it  promptly    controls    any      unnatural  looseness of the bowels.      For   sale  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  Notice is hereby given that I ' in-  IciuL'to apply to the Board of Licensing; Commissioners of the City ol  Ladysmith, at it next sitting, tor a  transfer from myself to Hanfy'Blair  of the license to sell spirituous and  fermented liquors on lot three (3),  Block twenty-six (2G), on.the premises known as the Cecil'I-ioitel, situated on First Avenue in the city of  Ladysmith,  B.C.,  Dated this 15th day of June, A.  D.  1906.  GEORGE If ANN AY.  By his Attorney in fact,  Henry  Reifel.  :LASS     GLOBES  When you want a Glass globe  see that you get the globe'.  with tlie rubber ring on it,  as it is the only kind that  can keep the water out ��������� the  globes without the rubfyer ring  cannot keep out water, you  can see that by examining  them. The artificial flower  that is put into the globes  with the rubher rings, is guar  anteed to be the best, and if  you want a globe with a <  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X.  Jones, agent for  HENRY CREW  The only    place y0u can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C. for the  French Wreath Co., of London, Paris, Melbourne, S.A.,'  Cor. Comox Rd. & Milton St.  ;-.. NANAIMO B.C. ���������"Ut ,���������>- i^-i_T_i- sxXT-a  *"i���������<��������� ^^-Svj~'-^rr^~l-fr������'^*.vnrT*������ii������wf^-|w������  CAH'JTSWJTJ������n������>i>^ m.h, j  r>  THEIADY8U1TH DAN/? LEDGER  COMPLETE      LINE    OR  *  #  CENTS   FURNISHINGS  ALWAYS    OIN    H/\INO     /\T  BIC  *  SPECIAL     PRICES t  fxxM&aosk  .on  ligHt and medium.  1 UNDERWEAR |  Smith, Fotos,  That's AIU \  SOAIE NOTABLE  1-MKST  APPEARANCES  Local Items  Mr.  D. Fisher arrived on Uie morning train from Nanaimo.  Mr. S. Patterson left this morning  for Vancouver, whore he, will reside  for some, time, having seemed employment in that city.  The first steamer built in England  appeared in   ISla.  It is asserted dial the ileum was  thc first musical instrument used by  human beings.  Undo ca1 e i? a relic of the Roman  Confarrcates, a mode or marriage  practiced by the highest class in  Rome. In Confirmation the bride  was led to ihe altar by bachelors,  but conducted home by married men,  and th1? ceiemoiiy {wk place in the  piesence cf tin witnesses by vthe Fon-  lifox Maxinius, whr-ieupon the con-  traeting panics mutually partook of  a cake made of salt, water and flour  If was in lyt>"> Ihat l-hr; first black  leadpcncil was  shnipencd.  Lord Avebury. otherwise Sir  John  Lubbock, was the first person in Enpr  land   to  have  his  photograph   taken  "AL Daguerre,  the inventor of the an-,  came to Loivlon to patent his discovery,  mid paid  an curly visit to Lord  Avowtry's   alher.    The s*on was placing in  tho    giirdwi, and  was suecess-  I hilly photographed,  i    During     th-    reign of Edward  the  I Conlessor,    of   Kngland,   thc  practice  ��������� of employing stnnanies began.  PICNIC. ,    Knighlliood   was   lnlendud   to  sei vc  The Rxcclsior Social Club will hold | ilS a  mark of distinotion for deeds of  their   lirst annual   picnic  on    Sunday j, (.m,w ��������� <ami  ,ni rib.  "Knight"' properly  signifies _  n   person   who,   Tor     bis  v u fue and mn.it ial piowcss, is  raised  11om   the  rank   of gentleman  inta    a  and  STRAYED-On or abo'tt t'h> l.,t of  \ July, a Maltese kitten strayed fiom  ; my residence on Gat.ure Street  1 Finder will co:i-fer a favor by leaving any information al the Le.dgei  ���������    Office.'  ,-e^re..  LAUNCHING PARTIES.  Parties wishing to engage a first-  clla-ss launch for picnic, or excursion  parties at ic.isona.ble rates should  apply to II. HI,All*, Cecil Hotel,  City. Launch may be engaged for the  evening at any time st  AWMMMMM*  The committee having charge of the  sportr grounds held a meeting last  evening. It is reported that the com  mittee have something over $300' in  thc bank, which will likely be spent  on  further work onv the new groin Is  12 Doz. Blouses in white and  colors with lace insertions-  Tucked���������Splendidly made���������:  Good value aj 85c to $1.00  SPECIAL  N OTIC E.  T have taken o^er the scavenger im-  (siness lately handled by M. Campbell  ind  am  prepared  to do  work  in this  i line in  first-class shape.      Leave   orders for heavy team  work, scavenger  work,    etc., with Messrs.     Blair   it  Adam.     Also any  complaint  regarding scavenger  work  will   be attended  lo if laid at this place.  HOI1KKT  CALLANDER.  Ladysmith, B.C.  Ve will fill o tier; next. vvtcK for ; r jiving Fnit  1  have just received a shipment of  Hills' High Oracle  LNfiLISIl TOBACCOS  and  at ihe   50c. Each II PR uo store  RASPBERRIES  12 Boxes For $1.00  CHER.RIE:  USifipel- Pound  ;-'.-? *?������  Boys' Siiiri Waist Blouses in  !i] colors-Good Washers  I SPECIAL    -  Machinery for the erection of: a signal house at the Diamond, arrived  yesterday,'and was taken to the spot  where the to,vvcr will be situated/  This morning several long iron ladders were unloaded at the station,  and will also be used on the proposed building.  next, July lath, and invite all ladies who wrc in attendance at their  dances hist winter to meet' a I. Miss  Smith's store on Wednesday evening  at 7:30 to make final arraiig-emcplls.  50c. Each |  W-LTUU & ������KENH������AD |  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars  There was no meeting 0r Uie council last evening, owing to the main'  lily to form a quotum. Mayor Nicholson is on I of the city at picsenl,  and as neilhci Aldermrn Tim, Ma.loii^)  nor Patterson were in attendance last  evening, i(, was impossible to hold  a meeting.  If is said tihat the British Basrihall  Associati! n has  decided   that hereafter it will not.permit A-nrerican trams  of players to play .baseball with   tbe  teams  in   England;     It "intends   thai,  ".the game shall  be played strictly on  ah amateur basis, atvd for that,    reason,   has   a registration ,  system by  which    it    keeps 'a    record of   every  man's movements,    '"liese .precautions  are  intend ed  to keep out of   English  territory    wandering and pot-hiuibing  teams, which, they say, make tbe best  interests of  the  game  secondary    to  "expe-.ise"   money  and  o&hcr  forms of  remuneration.     Ik will effectually tar  .all  teams  that go  over,  and  as     no  Americans will be allowed on British  teams,     it    looks    as  if   the   Yankee  player was not   wanted,   the British.  ers  apparently   preferring   lo  cnndiicl  Knglish baseball iu their own     English -way and confine it. to their own-  Knglish players.  higher class of dignity  and -honor.  Thc  lii si   books were  bo\ nd  hy   At-  ��������� tabts, Kiuj; of Penuamus, in  1H8 B.C.  The first  typewriter ever made appeared in   1711,   tl.f  N-.ork  of     ILeniy  "Mills.  According    lo historians,   Ihe    (ii.sl  striking clock  \v as jm;oil!--d  into  En  rope  by the   P'Msiatis  nhout  Sill)   A.I).  It was brought  as a present   to Char  Ienian^c    liom    \ldcll.i,   Kimi  of Persia, by tvv'o monks, of  'Jerusalem.  The lirst lucilier nia'lch was sfrnck  ���������n   IS.'M.     '"������������������..-...'  The first playbill was issued from  Urury Lane Theatre, London,- on  April  8,   IfWivi.  The (irsl bread was imvde. hy the  Creaks; the first windmills by the...  Sft'tacens.- ,  Trousers     in     their   pr.isinil,   shape,;  were introduced  into   the  British    army in   LSI:',  a.r.d  tolerated as. a icgi-  timal'e    portion  of c ���������enin.i<; dms    in  IS HI.  ���������"Alexander  del  Spina   made   Ihe first  pair of spectacles vi 12S5.  The first, glass window in England  waft put   in  an ab'.e-y rvo'it  6S(h  The lirst ci'tial was-made in England when Henry 1. .ioend the Trent  l0 the Wit ham in  11 "i I-  Quill   pens  i'rum into    u:c  in    r>r>3;  the firs I   steel (-,iv k i:i   \K2H,  wli'.Mi the1  first gi'css   of   them  sold   for if.'iC.  The lirst pocl-x't hard -."n liiefs, util-  ivrd L'i the lna-.n. r llii'v are to-day,  were manufactured at Paislit in  17-13.  The first coins were .strut;'; h bras:;  about UNI B.C., ninl in gold and'  silver by  Pbeidon, Tyrant   of    Argos,  about  8<>2 13.0  From the. press of the celebrated  Wynbcn dc Wit do the lirst hook containing; musical characters was is-  Mud,  in 1 195.  About 70 A.II. the first glass bottle was made hy the Romans, al-  ihoi'gh the, manufacture w.bs nol'tah-  c.ii ii[) in   hrngbiiid until  lfiaS.  Pliny's natural   lib,lory   may   l.e le-  garded     as   the    first   uicyclo; a-dia  since it contained 3n,()l 0  fads   com-  pilc'd  from    2,0H0  books  by   lflb    authors.  Movable sceiury was first used in  theatres in ]50S. lb was iiivrmted by  Baldassaie Peruzzi, and rlisj l.iyed -in  limine hefoLe  Leo X.  The    first ship  was Lrourhl     li.m-  Egypt   to CJ-iojce  by   D:.ii ius  in   lb,;  B.C.-     The    lirst double-dec ed   .sdn  was built by TyriaiH,'7X!'i-B.r.  CHAMBERLAIN'S   BIRTHDAY  Get Your   SUNDAY EXAMINER  M YORK WOULD   AND        "  HEW YORK JOURML  ���������AT���������  IK m \m  BLACKBERRIES  12 Boxes For $i.oo  Fresh   Cowichan   Butter on ice always on hand  i���������rJ**^~"**"~~lMnMiiii T���������.!��������� fcj_ ���������_ i it r~ ��������� rn~~ ���������*" TnrT ������������������.���������'      ��������� i~i  -   iniaimrni   ~ MMaMi  SIMON   LEIStR   &,   CO.   LTD.  t l  5=    FRESH SUPPLY OF-  tat Veal and Beet i  "������������������������������������>*0****-l  SZ    WE   HAVE   ON  HANI)   SOME*VERY NICE-  ^  ROLLEOCOUNEDBEEF  I-2.  I-2C.  L13.  i Pioneer Dottlln; Ms  i 1st. Avenue. Ladysmith,* B. C  I. f. I Riming Prop.  I     MANUFACTURKR OF  i Carbonated Beveragt-s.  i Ginger   Beer  i Fruit Syrups  1 P.   O.   Box   24S  i  f  % A, HOWE  ^ MEAT   MARKtiT -^  Sn-ISSSSrSiB^JSaaByilK?-'  Minanl's   Linitne.nt cures  Cold, etc.. I     Minard's   Liuiincil cures   Diphtheria  ^wvww vaamai "mimimmmmHm.  JAPANNED  Just received   H  r^  1  SLOP PAIL  DLJS1'PANS  FLOUR   TINS  mc.  St  r.irniiii^-liain, duly '.'������.���������Tbu celr:-  bi-iiiion in honor of ..Joseph: Cbuni-  bc;rla.in'y jibt:iiiunonl. of - 70 . .vcars  ���������was   eoiUiniied     lonigliL   . vvhen      10,-  000 persons nsseinbhid '..in -IJinglcy  Hall lo 'vvitiK-ss. the presentation of  120 addresses i;f appreciation of Mr-  C'haml.ierlain\s   politii-al   services.  Tho addresses caiVR! -froin various  Purls of the .United Kinjjdo.in. lto-  l'l.ving i0 Uie' spi-rc-lies Mr. (..Iiaih-  berlain eniered upon n politient -retrospect, . Alluilinji-' "Ui, the. cbar<^'  that ho had oi'ti'ii chang-ei! his opinion's. Mr. - f'huiiibyrbiin quoted  Win.     I''..    (.! lad.-sliuic,   who   one.;    said  1 bill t lit" rluiiij;.. vv 11 ; a sifjfll oi lil'u.  .'iiiil il, was oiilv tbe ili'iid who re.-  uuiiued  lb,.'  suuii\.  PiCNIOERS ATTENTION  Wc have   nuide   arrahgements  to bave   a launch leave    the  wharf every hour duripijg'Tluirs  day afternoons and  on     Sundays alter 10 o'clock in    tbe'  forenoon' four  tbe  Green,'-��������� ��������� and  shell beach, where vye bave established ''refreshment!,   booths.  . Ca,mpers    wishing'   plots    for  ten tins sbjiuld apply early, a������  the   campiiig season is nearly,  here  HRS    McKlNNELLEY���������������������������t   ���������HUGH- THORNLEY  SCREEN DOORS  We offer all siz^s in Screen Doorf, complete with  Hinges, Etc. F)r  ws*~*sa*dmaifi+  $1.50     EACH  S  LADYSiVllTM HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  Merchant Tailor  FIRST   AVENUE. ."  Suits    Made^Ao  O-rcler to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  I'ry a Province f'itrar  LADIES LIKE IT.  Says, the   'Vancouver   Province.  "There. ,is one I bin)'; aibout the Vancouver Athletic Cliih tluit is decidedly notiecnble, and that is, the. intor--  est which Uie club has stirred up  anions the ladies. ' Alrcudy there������u:e.  over a hundred ladies enrolled ^>n its  nieinbeisliip boo!:s, and twenty-live  of these are "reujiilnrly attendiwj; 'the  physical culture classes which arc  held every Tuesday evening and Wednesday and   Fridav  ariernoowis.   These  Ask for Capital and Nugget Clears  classes are conducted by Professor  Itothwell, .physical director of the.  club, and on tho ladies' days the  gymnasium ���������' and baths are set apart  for the exclusive use of the ladies.  Considering the warm weather, the  large number of ladies who regularly  exercise in the gymnasium' is renvark-  ai'.,ie. With the advent' of coo lie r vvca-  tber there is no.doubt that the ladies' membership in the club will increase very rapidly and the gyn.na-  wsiiiui classed' will likewise bet0:11c.  larger. It, is a well known fact  that physical exercise, is one of the  best things which, a person c^jl bake,  and it is especially true with regard  to the. ladies. The '.system i.>f exer- j  cise ;ln.d training, which is afforded at  the Vancouver Athletic Club is one '  of the very best, and the ladies who  are talcing 'the trailing are find pig  themselves much   benefited  by  it..  ! WHEN IN  \ NEED OF  ?'-..���������'      '������������������...'���������  Get.- your   eyes   tested; prope rly,     with      iu-slraiments     especially  adapted for that' purpose, and  not by guess  work.     Wc test   eyes  by the latest- method 'free of   charge, .and  if you need Glasses our  prieos are moderate for thc best quality  of g-oods.  B  FORCIMHER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, (optician  ��������� ������������������������<������������ ���������������������������������������������*s*������������������������*������e ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������* ������������������������������������������**���������*������������������  nSPRINKLERSi  SEPARATE IRON HANDLES    15   CENTS  EACH ^  Nice assortment of Granite;   and  Tinware  BLAIR .&  on  show in oui" -window  ���������mimmsmmMwmfwwiwww, jwwww^  FOR TO-MORROW  Lamb, Mutton  and Veal Beef  PICTURE  FRAMES  -%. ���������% -^ ���������������������������  in  E.  G.  PA N N ELL  CATACRE ST.        LADYSMITH  ���������������������������������������������a*e  and  latest  Patterns and   finishes  FRAME MOULIilX'GS,  ���������*.���������*. ^ ���������*.-  ���������  plaques;  '. WALL packets.  .-%. ���������*��������� ���������*. ���������������������������  Pictures���������British and  German. Bevel  Plate Mirrors,  Passe Par tout Picture Binding in  all colors. .Inst; arrivrd from the  factory iu the East.  Pictm-e. Framing Noatly done, at  H. KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  ������������������   Granite and MaiMa Woiks  ���������  Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc.,"at tbe  lowest ��������� prices consistent  vviib. first, class sleek and  workmanship. Vri-te for  catalogue.  A.   STEWA'RT,  MS Yates St. Victoria  B.C  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������G6C������*0������������������������*4������*I  Smoke a  l^ig  B Cigar.  "��������� IMPORTED Wm STALLION  aEPU)UKA'NCR"  lS132 11.   S.  R.)  At Johnson's Livery Stab,e cv'ert  Tuesday at iiomi, and will remain  until Wednesday noon, each week.'  TERMS���������$ IS TO INSURE

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