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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jul 6, 1906

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 tf*a^.v>^u^^^^'ii  v^I^SS??  ���������5-jjiaf'aaairKecg^^  '���������J-!''������^v"r-^"*^^  saf-rj^&wrfs'dM^ JKWgffa^^'s^  ���������. *^������".*5'^^**k*j^'���������"***w- ���������r^r:^T'tr^^^**<*������rt���������r "**&���������  r->Vw"' "***"1U  . ������������������ "v~i?  VOL.,2  Daily  FRIDAY  Julv fi, Kio.;  PRICE FIVE CENTS  MIEhlEIK jOF   ..J  di M TED  ������������������������.-$--���������������  Voluntary   L,siiiki-ui>t&.  Philadelphia,   July   '*>.���������A- IL. \\e������d  and Thomas    J.    Ale A very,   trading  as  E.   H.   Hawkins    unci   Co.,   iiuuni-  lactui-ers   of   vvolleii   goods,   woio   today   declined        volunluiy   bunUi upls  in   tho  Linitod States    District  couit  The  liabilities   aio  given    as    .VJl'l,-  "33t>niul   assets   $(i">2,'UJG.  t'oinniiLleil   Suicide.  Chicago,    July    "J ��������� Finn)*  -D.    Cal-  lan,  a   M'al   opiate  dcalei,   lonnei ly oi  Uinghnmplon,   NY,   loinnul led   suicide  todm.     He  mi*,  'im   ovoi   by    a  lieav*,   tiuc'k wM'iMl  weeks ago,    anil  one ol his'hips iu-pc Inoken   He was  todti.,        lound    in     bed   uni onscious  from   inhalmg gas.    -  Will Hung lor Assai.lt. '  DnlLiniore, *M<I , .Inly .-,'������������������W. Lee,  a colored youtb ol IT *> ears-was  tuod in th^ i-ii i nit court hi'io today  and sentenced to be banged lor nun.  inal assault on-ivvo while women  six   wools    agn lie  conl'-ssed    Ins^  crime.  Lp foi Ciand Uit-ieiuy  -Sew Voih", dul.v ."> ���������Saiiuu'l I'latt,  seuetaiy of tlie noiwsi.-.Uh'* and  liridgeiui'iis union was ln-lil in *.*'2,-  500 b.'i'J in lhe poliu- coin t today  on a ihnige ol gianrt l.uceiie\ 1.  Millei swou" lo a -a a. i.in' on which  Piatt was ane-di'd Hi.n lie bud Paul  .Piatt S'2<������0 foi Liedential- lOititvuig  thai he,-Miller, vvns a niniihoi ofthe  Housestiiitb's and lb ldgi'incus" union  RSI!!  hmy w  I  -������.<H*-  TO TESTIFY 1ft  MICHELL CASE  Cumberland July ti���������A bad' drowning accident attended with uiuns  Jiei'oic attempts ut rescue occurred  lusi nijj'ht at Coui Lonay, I'Vod Siaiili  the \iciim accompanied b.> a nun1  pel oi' oilier young men woio batb-  n\m in the Tsolouni rivoi, South  Ijcuig an exuoi t swimmer was much  uiitliei out thuii the robt and bad  been in tlio watoi some time when  Jio suddenly took, a cramp aud sank  JJis companions swam out to his  assistance but beioio they ' icached  tho spot tho umoituiiate man had  Mink loi the last time. One ol lu->  companions dove to tho bottom ol  the- ii\i*i seieial nines and endeavored' to lescuo his ulend, but was  unsuccossiul. The u\or was diagg-  'cd and tho body recovered shoi il*>  aitei-wiugs,. Deceased Was a j'ouug  man about 22 ieais of ago and was  employed a.s a duvoi* ioi te> l'lcic*,  tiij milkman. He camo hero nom  Aunuimo.  TO MAKE DENATURED  ALCOHOL FOR FUEL  II ar ring ton, jJuly (i. ���������Wm. Brodie,  pioprietof oi Uie olectuc light plant  1(5 nialiing in*, estigations in legaul  to the liunuiacture of den.aXuiod alcohol, it ,henig las intention to manufacture it tot tine ttade in* connection ������vith his clectnc light plant,  'lie chums, that he could furnish it  foi fuel tor ihoth cooking and neat-  ing pmposies" much cheaiiei than coal  and wood. W ood lot tho past nine  months has been selling foi from %a  to H>8 liet cord; and coal fiom'$8 to  $ilO"per ton.  LIBERALS AND CONSERVATIVES  MEET IN THE OPERA HOUSE  . -  -%���������>*-*-  Mceting Passes Resplution that Coalition of Liberals and Conserva^  tives be Formed for the Purpose of Appointing  Independent  1    Candidate to Represent This District  %  -������.+*-  Seattle, Jhly -0.���������fJ6hn* Manning,  district atloincy of Multnomah county, Orcgcn, aruvod in Seattle ���������yes-  ' teiday morning ito tet������tify in the  Mitchell imiivlet tiial Mr iiaunioy  was- lesronsibla I ir - the" term Ciefeld  \serveil "ui the Qrcgo'i penitentiaty and  his testimony will deal matulv with  the past ol Ciefeld and the acts"  wh'ch led JM'itiholl to end (ho life ot  tlie latter  . When   Uie  news    ~~  ���������..w   -    ....    ^. ,       , .    ,  ..,,,,.,      ,  .       .       .     M     "���������.,,   employees, cramped slcopi  Crefckl lust went out   into ihcwoildj ,  About thirty .wore present at the  O^ia House last e\ening in icapoiisc  to theaniiouncenicnl winch had been  gi en out that the Li'hcrals and C< list 1 atnes would m<*et last exemn.^,  foi the pmi'ose of consider ing the  method ot ccniliittmg th'ri~iric\t Tro-  . iicidl campaign for Newcastle dis-  ttict.  "\li. J Smith moved that Mi. Win.  Fiase'i take the ihair, a<nd the motion leing 'sec-ended and put to a  \oie, Mi Fmser was electol chaii-  nian of the evening.       '*  In  oicnmg  the meeting the   chait-  nian   e^pl tined     in' a few words th?  jjiii pose of tho gathering.   He st.\tel  that it  was  to consider  ways    and  imans    of tonhctng the next   tlcc-  ticn in this district.   Both   Libera^  an rConset\ati\cs were of ,the opi'"o*|  that this district should not leicp-  iccnted at nett  session by a    man  wl o represtnls    only a minoiity   of  tilK*,\otie& of the district, 'lhe spctt>-  er then id'en-d to the "ccnsolaticn"  meeting whnh had  been held the evening of tlie  last election,  and stated that at that meeting it had J efti  the unanimous lcsolution thjat bri the  eve of tlie next election they *wojI<1  he*!,wiser, awl would g������t together   *!>.,  t-alk* tlie matter over before the, olec-  uon, and not after.    The pioiadili-  ties ^liore  lliat  an r'electiicn  will     lie  r\Leid-la.the-iwai^futwre,';UkSEC(ore' m"  'accordance with tiie resolution of tho  {meeting refeircNl to preAioush, a few  Seattle,  July o.���������Steerage   passcn- joi the Li|l.^r.ils aind.Conser.vatncs had  gfcib who wire aboaid the steamship ' lecidcd  to call  the present meeting.  ���������JtiMiba when the boat made the Ui|-|The chairman   on  concluding,   aj^e<l  Horn JSoiiic have   addressed a   letter   (.hat a snecrietary  be appointed.  to Humane Olncei Cluik alleging! inib. t    Mr   David    'I nomas was askoxl   to  tieatmeat.      Seven si>ocilic    chaigcs I act,    but   declined, statiig that    he  ate made wuch as nisuilicient life &av-1 was  living out of  the city, and did  CUiViPLAIN OF  -iiL>^i^ATMliNT4  eihuoTiivis to take a vole of the eial 01 a Conservative, and let bun  iifoting on the subject and then they keep his political views An lnde-  .vould  know  just   vvbeie  they   stool.   I'endenl   vvas entitely out ol  place in  .Mi Fred Uawcs thought coalition ihc legislature, and he foi one would  Ii* 0nlv proi>er method ai woikji^ '-11 'alhcr vote foi a man who was  Ae had ,l>eeii in  favot   oi    this   la^t ,wibei  a Literal or & Conservative,  An    neveitdgc did not agree    with  ime, ap*l had woiked to elTect same.  .4e thought it about tunc- that the  (.eople ,of Newcastle district tan the  ���������IcAion for this district themsehes,  aid not let ouusidjers urn things to  ii.il their o>iii uitecsts. '-We must,  jcntinued the speakei, "11111 things  .0 (iiit.ouiselvias, and not to be heid  i|- by 'an> oitsideis aiwl told how  m run'things. As foi b^ing too early 111 the held, Li do not think tihis  is the case Even if aii election is  not on'the tapis iv,> getting togetliet  .mil working together, we will be  ,1 owing how    we intend   to conduct  lhe ne\t campaign     1 t-lKiefoiepnove   ^ated that the only thing to k> w.is ' ,  that  tlie  Liheials and  Conservatives110 Unm a coalition ol  the two   p.u  'lies  and  defeat  Uie common 'enemy  fiie piies,.nt meeting was not like   a  \li Curn.'ll in tins iespcct.0 He said  that neither party would .sit back  airl 'see a. candidate ol the other party elected. If eithei a Liberal or  Co isc-ivaiive candidate weie nomiii-  ated it would ugain result in a tluae  conured  fight.  ,.\ii 1'. Forcimmei, m addic|>sing  ing the meeting, icfeiiod to Mi  Siiiu.sun's> tctnarics He could not  nuclei stand why Mi. Simpson >viibtd  to throw,cold water on the .le.tf'it  niot'emcnt. lie haid worked laio at  lhe las'L    election   ahd   had    himseli  >t  this distnut foun a coalition 10  the  purpose of  a������l bin ting  an    InJc-  ttendent candidate to lepicscnl   Newcastle district."  Mi. R. Simpscn addicifed the meet t  ng at   this    point  with some   heat ' Jia''  becn    arivcitised    to sixak*,  lie wanted to know if anyone: pies- 'll'*11  wol,hl  have I^cn crowded  ������iit thought that   the meeting iei>ir- ,'*  en tod Jail tho \ott*rs in Uie distuct  ���������We have here," said Mi,  Simpson, (  'somezcO 01   10 people,  and do   any (  of   ybii'"think  ioi   one   moment     that  this us *a~ fail   repicsentation  of  800  or-- Dtk)*-Voters who compose  the ��������� dis  iricf     1 say,  befote d0nig anything  deLiiite,  such    as  si'ggejiled    i������    the (  motion just made by  Mi   llawes, let   ,c"  us  hate'a laiger    meeting.      If    we  pass that resolution what are wego-  ltiir. *o sa\   to the uutsideis'      Tliev  l>ig political meet ing held on the eve  of ,111 electdui It, was merely apic-  liiinnaiv aflau      If political speakers  the  As  was,  when no attractions in    tin*'  w nv   of    speakeis    were adveitised,  \li    Foicimmci   thought the   present  gathering    vvas a very lepiesentative ���������  one      It consistetl of all  the   work- '  cis, of both sides.    Some who weie,  a1 ..ent    had   baen_unable to   attend,   ^p^n,^  li'il  tho si>e.ikci was sure that if they  weie  pies*ent they   would  vote  in fa-  of the  motion before the   meet- '  in ir.  1 ngtli iegardin������ insimuilions .hit  ,<h* meeting had l>eein called with t.h ���������  .11 Pntion ol doing any "hole-m-thr-  t'-imei woik " This lwwl ne-^ei .li.vn  t'.e intention of anrr.ne piescnt Ii  v is simplj a case where it was Vtt: e  oiiie-thuig was done, and a.11 thin ,  l..d to have a start lie suggest M  t at a committee be appointed t >  e n ass the distiict, and ascertain  Tie views of the voters in the \alio, s parts The committee, aft 1  cm, this, could call another meft-  n* and report protgress He theie-  (ac mo'e'l Hint a committee ,l*e a|-  oinicd Mr. Rowlands seconded the  iition, winch carried, and the folio ina; gontlernien were aplK>inted, tl*i.  if nmittee to have power to add t/;  C L^ir num'ier  '.  Hiclle,  A   Rrvden, D     Tho-mai,  1     Cr a*es,   II    Carroll,   H   Forc-iiv-  m r, 1)   Nicholson,  .lias. Kimmo,    V  ll'iwes, ^A   Rohin>ion, E. Rowland, J  Smith, L   Alice,    J   jMnthsson,   Wm  R. vendee  -o-  WOIJLD MARRY  i    AMERICAN  -*������������������-  .v 1    Simpson  thought  that hi>   ri--  icuiarks  did  not    call  for   criticism  Chicago -Soij-hia,   the Gieek  Coun  ss   de     Rilly, has stirred up   hei  cmintryuipn by the   statt-  m nt Ihat if she ever  mariies a-*a'j  h* man will  ]*> an* American  The handsome cmntess was divoie  I  last'     wo-^k  from Cotnt Paul     d--  will all say it was a motion railroaded thioiigli b> a few of us who  tiled to mill things, and il   will cause  I.  t Ittlly,  fotmer member of tbe    Gre  |"ihame?it.     A delegation    of   n*o.  ���������siKl. as he had been subjected to (,,. in n*,e hundred Gtceks ap, eaied fc  lie had r,it said that he was oppos- f(f|c Uie (V)Untess ,��������� the Vl ua ,1Q  od   lo   lhe  motion,  but had said   he '  ing    appliances,  nupuiu  food, belling ' not caie to ta'e the office.    Mr  H- ' trouble in  both pailie^  f  ..     ...   o      .,01   lood   mil tided 101 passengeis     Ly   kaj's name, wafi mentioned, hut that.    _;\li.  I'eveiidge,   in  icplvin  e   "     ''"*   L  ���������       ��������� '    '       nij, (jtiaileis  gontloii.a-i also  declined.     Mi.    Rus-j g-  Mr. Manning was one of  the fust "to j  {oveiciovvdmg,  dining looms in *liv.ing'sell Simpson al'-o declined when ask.  impsoo,    staled      that  to    Mi  the mcc'lunr  oftcr aid  to Mitchell      lie wtote   lo !  prosecuting a>ttorney Miaekintosb  set- j  ting    foith    the facts  in    connection  with the alleged Joshua's  past,    and  concluding with  Uie broad statement;  thai   the killing vvas justified. j  That  he still ictains  this view   of}  quartets, and a general unclean   con-jed  to act, stating that he had    not  jd tion.     Oihcci ClaiJc states that in-J been    picsent  at  the    "consolation'  j vcskigution ol the complaints is    be.    n,eating,   and Ire  was  of  the opinion  ' yond Ins jurisdiction,  and will    tutu   that some gentleman wlio had    been  the let let over to the United Suites   there aiwl was conivcisanl  with     the  authvaities. opinions  expiessed  at that    meeting,   o  'should act.       Mr.  II   Cairoll    also  JUASEl'ALL ATTRACTS ! nefmsed to act.     He, however, Uiouigh  (be case was evidenced by the   slate HARVESTERS FROM FIELD  merit which he gave   to a icpouei ot  the Post-Intcll.gencci" ^estcidav w-hon ] mtchmsoii,   Ivan.-A new diflictiltj  he stated that'if iMilcncll had killed i11 UlCi maV^L     ol h^���������^ h^  had '.ecu well adveitised. I'ostei.s  had leen put up, and s*cait tlnonoh-  oiit the di'tntt, and an advcUisc-  ment lairied in the papei He theic-  foie second.d Mi. llawes' motion  Beloic     the    motion was   put, Mi  Simpson again addtessed the meeting  still contending   that  umc  was   not  representative enough, oi0 mattci how  tbe Holy Itollei  leadei in Multnomah   ovponente  coi-.ntv    he    would    never ha\e    Lo=n  chaiged with the minder  It is e\'pectf.d by Mi Maiui'iig that  tho pioseciition will oppose the 111  traduction of the- testimony which lu  will   ohei   on   behalf of  Mitchell  Ihat the    fusi;  gentleman  mentioned nuicll .nh^Ltisiii"  bad  bo?n done  might     1 econsider  Ins  decision,    anl A]l    K   Oieaves stated ih.it he was  attct tome peisuasicn,     Mr.  'lhonus M���������irise<l  dl   (he  stand   takui bv -Mi  was eleoleil   wacretary for the  even- Si���������lp<o-i  win, bad li\td  in tins' mci-  sha lonch, nine miles soutli of   geic.   mg mtv fot  some thin* \eais antl should  The baseball  fovei   is  at  its   height,      Mr   F   (Irenes .addressed thechau . uow   b}    Uws   ll[lie *Ulal   foL.    La,iy_  and    all  the     hands  engaged in    the   and slated  that    he considered     the sim(h a,u, filStllcti iast night's meet  was  iccently at  the big   Foi-  bands  engaged in    the  wheat  hatvest at  this  ranch   struck   meeting    a     fair    ropresentatirn^   of   lll?   was  j.-good,   icpicsscntativc  on  YOUNG GIRL  SUICSOES  k^>-������  at-  tlio  the  Hamilton, Out., JulyC���������This  ternoqn what was thought lo be  >,fidy oT a inaii, was round in  lake near .Fitcli''.s .hotel. Lavtd Fitch  located the body.' When tie got it to  shore lie vvas a-slonishod to .l'md that  it was that of a pretty young girl  dressed in a man's clothing. It vvas  1 alien to the undertaking , arlors of  A. 11. Uodsworth, where it'was- id-en-.  tided as Miss Harris, the. adopted  .daughter--of Win. Ja.rv.is, East' Barton street. Sho had been miissiiig  since Friday. Her friends say that  she had been despqnrtonI. for' some  time. A short: time ago she left, a  bundle of letters with a relative and  said they were not to be opened.  They were opened; I'h'ijS evening. nii'l  itirhed out. to ,bc letters she had received from a young man whom -shi  had kept company with for. 3 years.  TRESfW.SSlNU.  "1 .������:efi they've dischai'ued that  clerk who saved sn much momay out  of his simill salary. Didn't they  know he was gratl-iiv all  the  time'.'"  "Ves, but.��������� tV.ev .suspect now that  he.got some of Win graft that rttih;-  fully belonged to "the Itigger officers  of  the  company."���������Chicago  Tribune.  .both paibitl' aind sugigcsted that those    \s  ff)l  lailioading anything  thiou������h,  in altenddiice gne expi-ession tothen'^^.   Simpson was uinlei   avvioiig:n\-  vievvs    on  the  smbjeet  of  lonmng   a  coilition  01  of this  He 101  one,  wa.s  Mi    Wim Pe.ei.dge,     m gmng  views,-stated     ihat he thought,  in   fa\-  lns  and eaine to town to see the game  between the liutcliiuson and Jopliu  teams of the Wcs'tetn association  The Laiioh folks were in despair of  getting 1 ben wheat until Alanagei  Ficd Foisha. agiced to put up a big  bulletin -boa-rd--at  one. .side ot hhe. field  to  keep  the Workers  posted  on     the 'pio;>er    China   to do  will  be  to    put  game.     The  board  was  put,  up    aii'd,Jiui  Independent     into  the  lield as   ajlh0|.  (���������.  no(   r.juIysihiUi���������-dfould   cole-  all the hands  returned  to work.  T'.e ^candidate.   'I his woukd .d0 away with   |,ni|-^ Dominien-.Day.     At that infc'l-  Ihree-coinered vote, and  if it worn  picssion of th" in t.nt 1011 of |the me.'l-  1'��������������� Refeiiin^ lo lepiesentative  n.0'hii;,s, Ih* sicvtlci l elic\ccl t|hat  only a short lime, previously,'Mr  Simpson had been al a meeting called  for the  purpose ...f deciding    vvihe-  rcsutt of the game,wa.s telephoned to  the Forslia' raiuh by innings and j-c-s-  k'd on the ���������board for the benefit -A  the. hundred or more workers engaged  iu -the harvest.���������New York  World.  -o-  Tlic early muffs were small ;.n.l  made ()!' Rutin or velvet, lined with  fin''.. The leopard .skin came in with  Queen Anne. There in a print of an  l'*li-/.a.iM>lhau lady with a small nmin'  hanging from her girdle. Before this  dale it was probably looted upon as  an eccentric novelty, at .least in England. . A full century liet'ore a Ve.ive-  l.iau j-rarwl -dame hod carried her lap-  dog   in her inulT,  a fashion that can-  it  not  don:',  neilher  Liberal  or Conservative/would  get the majority^  Air. Matheson, in expressing his  views, was of the opinion that some  tlCiig should be done. "1 believie,"  .said the t-peakcr, "that we are a Utile pieiiialuie, a.s I do not think an  election is as near as some anticipate. However, 1 think it a good  idea to get together, and be prepared."'  Mr. .11. Carroll was also in favor  of the idea of coalition.. He stated  Ihat since Hie last election lie was  of tlie .opinion that many who had  voted for Socialism had had enough  01   it,  and    he   thougJit' they     would  tinned   for  a.  long  season  and    fo-uiw  i.l* ww   into France.    In   Par;������ iniifCs/vole differcnlly this  time    However-,  C,'r this express purpote, , chims man) if  there were. a  tibree-cornertd   ii^t,  ,-hons   -,s thev  were styled, could    be there will  l;,e danger, and he thought  Ivouoh'tin  ID02 ah hhe estaJblislmicnt it best to be safe.    Ito thougJit the  nf the    Demoiselles    Guerin, rue    de best thing    to  do    was  to nseertain  Bae      French    sumptuary  laws   con- the feeling of the meeting  re affiha-  ,1,'scejRhKl to    notice such minor,    de- tion.       As far as  he was pei,sonally  as  the color  of a  muff.'   "������'������ conceined; he would pledge himself t0  i  nils  hoiirn-eois was obliged to restrict .vote for the candidate nominated by  hinurlf to soiuber black. The nol.le'lhe mcetimg.  ,,,-i.rht please himself. Under Louis Mr. A. Bryden, called upon, to ex-  v[V therefore*, the manchen of the press his views, stated that he was  c'onr.tier was brilliant with gold lace in favor of the two parities joinitng.  -uid embroidered ribbons. '        He thought the best manner of pro-  ing only 'aboul ten hadfibeen presciitj  hit still it bad been decided to celebrate, ami furthermore, the celebration had linen a success. The speaker staled (hat Mr. Simisou .should  know that this was nearly always  the ease in Ladysmilli. It was a  bard matter lo get nil together for  a;first meeting, and, he for one,  considered Hie present attendanre  very  good.  Mr.  Simpson again rose  to \uldress ,  the    meeting,    ,and     stated  that   be  thiflight   the  argtin-rnt  used  by     Mr.  Greaves did not'apply to.the'present  case at  all.     Afr.   Greaves  w-vs  ���������put-  ling a  little,  unimportant   (comparatively spooking)    matter     of cele-bra--  tion  on  tilie same  plane  as  ,-)   political campaign.    He thought   the com- ,  parisim-- was  ridiculous.  Mr.  Catrull-  iexpressed    himself    in  fnvor of    the   .motion.    He    t.houc.ihl,  tlicre- ware plenty present, as all were i  workers,  and    represented  in a large  nii-vasure the. rest of lhe people.  However,   there  was one  word  which,   lie  would    like   i0 see    changed   in     flu*.  motion,  he   would      like  to  see  word  "Independent"  struck  out  sulstituted with "a candidate.!  was   in     favor     of     picking a  thought otheis should have a chance  of lOtuig on same. lie suggested  tb.it a nioct'iiii; of Liberals be held,  and one ot Consen atnes They coubl'  iiistiuct delcigates tas to what course  10 take, and' the 1 a-tter could come  togetbei, and intelligently discuss  ad iic plans Regarding Socialists,  he would vole against them as fat.I  as ���������un one  Mi L*li Rowlands leferied to the  "loiisolatii n ' meeting, and said that  tins had s iielj been a fair repte-  s utative- meeting, and it had been  the decision 1 t'len to conub'inc the two  parties a I the une.vt election for tibi  pliipo-^e of defeating the common enemy.  Dtiijiij; the course of the discus-.ion  .Mi H Ti udell had .uddrcsaed the  inieting sevcial     tunes lie   took  miKli lhe same view as Alt. Simp-  soil. He stated that he had heard  nothing of tlie ��������� meeting until: the day  before, and he knew tha.n many of  the farmers' weqe unaware of -the  fact that a meeting oi any descripr-  tipu was btuiig held, lie was -in-favor of holding another meeting two  wee!is later, thus giving all ��������� an opportunity of being present. However,  he wa'U .d it luvtlerstood that he was  not opposed lo si������y action taken ! ���������/  the present niecting, but would ������������������personally take no |>art Ln.it-, as ho  lliought it not representative.  Mr. Thomas .briefly addressed tlie  iisseiu/blage. lie stated that.be lived  111 the country'ii>(nd uiwlerstoTKl how  hard if was for the. farmers; to  leave home to attend meetings just  at the .present, time. However, he  tJiothght that if they toad a sulh-  cient interest they could easily have  met for an hour or two and chosen  delegates to represent them at the  meeting and present their views.  Alter some further discussion, the  motion made by Air. Howes was put  and carried, 110 hands being shown  11114ainst its  passage  Air.   J.   Bickle,  in speaking thought  that now a   mot ion of the above nature was; passed,   it was   in order  to  lorm   an  association,  or  union.    "Or  .executive, "       .sugiigastfd       somroae,  "No," said  Mr. Bickle.  "I would not  call it an executive, as  it might per-  tbe   haps give uhem   too much power,'and  and 's'vp grounds for the .assumption'that  He   th titles had been  done im. the dark,"  Lib- '   -Tvu"    B-   Forcimmer   spoke at some  tel last night and vigciouslv fiol.St  ol against hei  sentimental picf.-nni  for Americans.    They told her     11."  inasmuch as silie'vvas burly   in -wail *h������;  i. en the queen of Ih*   lHlen"s    : n '  ilaiin-htT of a   foni'jei   pnive n im-I  1  of Greece,  it was Per  dutv   I 1    >i\ii  iv a IleHene or a Sjvirtan    They intimated    thai    they "weie  -^ufiici nt  li'imiliate-fl   when  compelled   to     s.tl  mi.t  to a  Danish king, and  thev    did  not   want Hie  pure blood of    Cic ���������..  nnvpii with a  ie|)nblican      ���������  The countess smiled cnl said    "Al,  fellow couutrvjiieii,   ^ 011 are  heic     ui  AiiTerioa sco'.-ing-  to   ma'e   * 0 ir . fn:  tunes thiongh   lhe favors which     11 >  I'm tod Statpi.    oleis  lo all c:\ili-i >  men.     While we all -love our    nat i   ���������  land, we all should feel  linn' fi I . K .  tor  the f ivois      . n 1    h t- "*s \ 1    "i  Ibis adoptp.il eounliv   ol v    r   I* >-  stowed upon us.      Whv. IIimi   veil  it |>e wromr lor mc if 1 ��������� he ' '  day     marry     again,  Ameiiean, as  1 Pa r sa  "1   love America and  women.      The   United  great omv,i tunities  f.-i   iv  men.     Whv,  tp.  this countrv a-s  sire?"  Then sin  bananas.  ���������II   ;||:  ;: in-  v.-n'-i'    Ic  to    marrv  m  ,!l-      d  '.1 r   men    and  States   biters!  ��������� 'or r   1,. ���������  I .��������� '������������������  BRITAIN AND  FRANCE AGREE  ���������^4^   Paris, July ">.--Tlie ofhcials here  considered that ihe Anglo French  Italian negotiations, relative to Abyssinia i:c<���������upleted in the main features, are n guarantee of the integrity of tb;> empire, the open door  and commemnl ecpmliiy for all coun  tries, and the French 1 o'Vonl iime th  ���������oust met ion of the Ttailwaj" connect  11- Addisnliedn. the capital of Abyssinia with the coasl. Civ-at Britain  and Trnly n.nniing representatives of  the railway directors. Great Britain  ind Franco have already agreed to  hi. foregoing feature, nnd Signor It  toni Hie Italian representative has  ���������1.1 so agreed to this, but he is await  ing the government's approval of  his course before signing the convention.  ("sift. u.,���������  THE LADYSMITH OATLTLEDGUR  III! DAILY LEDGER  Published   every   day   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  'I1II2   DAILY LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE  AT LADYSMiTH.  SUBSCRH'TION.  One   Year  (In advance)   _..  Cue Month  ~ ... ���������   ....  $5.00  50 cents  FRIDAY  July  (i,   11)01)  "LOOK   STKI'"  DISCARDED.  Chicago, Juli o.���������The last \es-  >liago ofthe old order of "'iron heel"  discipline was wiped oh' the slate in  the Jolict' pi'iiitoiiuury .vesterduy.  when Warden , 10. J.AIurphi ordered  the discontnuiance oi the "lock  .slim" iu marching inmates from  their culls lo the shops nnd lhe dining hull >���������  The gradual  moderation   ol  lhe  rul  es,   which  has   been going   on  tor tin  past ten \curs was made possible  largelv through the iiillui'iice of  Aland Jhillingloii Booth, the '"Little  Alother", of tbe nation's penal institutions. Through her influence "'he  inmates oi the state prison  come to look upon their incarceration as an expiation and to withstand it herocially and in a spirit  nl' humility    and   Christian  obedience  AN   OCEAN    BACK.  New York, July ,"3.���������The second  eastward trans-atUintic race between  the Hamburg American line steamer  Peiil.sch'ancl and Lhe ''"Vouch Line  steamer La Provence ended this  morning vvith a derisive victory m  favor  of Lhe   Get man  boat.  The Deul.schlaiid was reported 1 10  miles southwest of Bow head at 7  o'clock yesterday evening, nnd was  reported passing Eddystonc lightf  house al the en I ranee to Plymouth  Ifaibor al G:.'m a.m. today. Her  time   of passage 'from  iNevv    York    Lo  TWO IV! E  MAY LOOK  ALIKE  'Ph mouth is five days, fourteen hours  and nine minute';, an average speed  of 23.01 miles an hour. The distance   covered   was-   ."..I*''-1:-'   miles.  La Provence was- lvpoiiocl by wireless telegraph when the vessel was  150 miles south of Bow bead at 1ft  minutes p.tsl *fiw o'clock tLis morning-  The JJoiitsehhiiid for L'lymouth,  Cherbourg and Hamburg, cleared San  dy Hook bar at n o'clock a.m.  Thursday, June 2ti. and La Provence for Llavre, following an hour and  j-jurteon minutes later. Allowing for  this ditlei-eiue in lime, tbe Deutsch-  land beats ihe La l'rovencc nearly  eleven hours, against the four hours  claimed bv the Fii'iu-h steamer on  her  prev ions   r.ice.  National   League.  !'lnUidel| Ina   (I.   i'.mohl*. n   .".  \'i ,\    Vork    1,   I'osi on  0  Si     Louis   I,   Ciiu-i'iiuiti   "l  1'i' t-bur������   '!,   Clin ago   i>  \iuericaii   L- ague.  I'lumdelplua   '���������'���������     \\ .ishiiin'on   I.'  Cli *, eland  ���������'!.   ( hn-.igo   I  Boston ���������'!,   New   York '.).  Detroit     I,   St.   Louts   .">.  Last ei n   League  I'l-ovidcnt-e  ���������")    .Newark   I.  1st   Game,   BiiIImIo   '���������'<���������  Toronto  *>  2nd  Game.   I'unulo .". Toronto 1.  Rochesler  1.    Aloni real  ���������">.  Jersey  Cd.v   '2.  Paltimore  1.   o   Piled ten fi i'T high in the yard of  the Waterworks Dcparti'iionl. Alexander SI reel. Vaiichuver. arc several  hundred cases oT evaporated cream  condemned and eonl'scafed Wednesday. The brand is thai of n British  Columbia firm that went out of bus-  three veais ago. The  up  al   the  plan  11-   VOU   WANT  AGOOD-  f irsf Class   Hea  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS  OPEN FIRST   A \ ENUE.  >i  mmiW   & Nanalmfj Bailway  i  the  a" e  of Kar.il o-  | shun,  or Lob   Nor.     This  lake*, seems  V"'*" as restless e.s some riwers that chang  of  their i*"1*-' their beds, but tbe cause of  iks'move-  iher   a  rough    .shock    to   the   com-: ule  position   o"  placency    of  the   home oarsmen, .and  their    belief        in   the    hitherto  shaken hie    invincihilnv  mess   about  milk  was  pul  1 pods of rowing. Apait from *  momentary advantage a' Ihe si art.  Trinity  Hull   was never m  the  race.  EXPRESSED   1II0U   SVMl'.VTIIV.  London, duly ."> ���������Ambbssador Boid  has sent a letter to Queen Alexandra's secretary, saving that her Mai  es,,v touched nil Amen/an hearts by  the sol-row which she manifest ������������������<!. and  her tender s,v nipnt h\ with the sulfcr-  mg 'survivors nnd the bereaved relatives and friends of tho'-e killed  in  lhe  radroml  wreck.  A TRAVELING  LAKE  Among  the    many  i,n be res ting   discoveries  of Dr.  Sven Hod in in     Cen-  lral  Asia is a  sir.r.iilair oscillation in:  nients is a conlitiuous change in ths  le-vwl of the desorl in the midst of  which il lies, bordered (by vegetation. Al present the lake is retrcal-  in������- norlhward, and creept"ft towards  its ancii'nl ��������� bed, where it is known  to have lain in (be third century of  the Christ inn era; and as it. slowly  in'^ves (lie \ciijetialion, aiiiinial''' an.I  the fishermen, with their reed Inils  foMow its shores nurlhwaid. Dr.  1-ledin believes that after reaching tho  northern part of the deserl (he lake  returns slctithvvanl, the complete period of escalation being 1000 years or  more.���������Dundee Advertiser.  1: . j .  n-.i   -   i ������<iv smith   for Victoria and  all  intermediate stations,   at  9.m .i.in    di.lv, and ,Lt 3:00 p.m. on   Wednesdavs,  Saturdavs,   and     Sun-  davs '    -  'Ii.ii  s   leave   '.adysinitli   lor   "���������Veil ington   dud   all   uiiermeiliate  stations  ii ">,   a .n.   ik.ily,   and    at 7'-.00  p.m.    on     Wi'di.cs lays,   Saturdays    and  at  Sum!.-;;, s  i \i t *$>'< it Tickers  ON S U.E TO AND PROM  r going " "ii,.y Saturday ''id Sundays,  lilWUlji    M   Hil.iV.  . ������������������ sterniei' tJ&an   Sails  ffiin   Laaysmith  for Vancouver every Saturday at f> 1)0 a.m  re turn inc sails from  Vancoii. si"     for   Ladysmith b.i 2.HO p.m.  gO'*-'  Un   t  \! L STATION ������  :t i'itii n������  nol   Liter than.  u<.  O, 1.,. Courtney,  Distrust Pnsscujycr Agent  nS Government St., Victoria,. B.C.  Try a Province  Cigar.  ���������rlv- operated  TUIVITV   IMI  at   Mission.   o   B.   C.  DIOFEATRD.  SAVED MIS  COMRADE'S  LIFE.  "While returning from the (irand  Army Encampment' -at Washington  City, a comrade from Elgin, 111., was  taken with cholera morbus and was  in a critical condition," lays Mr.  J. E. Hoiiichland, of Eldon, Iowa,  "f gave him Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy ami  believe sa*>cd his life. 1 have been  engaged for ten years in iminiigtation  formil work and conducted many parlies to  the isouth and west. I always carry this remedy and have used it sne-  ic,s.sfulfy on many occasions.*' Sold  iiv  Ladvsmith I'luriiuacy.  llenlev, .lidv .")���������The crew representing Ihe i bib N'aliipic* de Oand  (Belgium; L.da.v defeated Trinity  Hall, Cambridge, bv three lengths  iu the linal for the Crancl Challenge    cup.     Ti     7   mmitten,   9  sec-  Th.e one  will be honest,   and t\  reliable.     The other  (ptcstion- jfe  s       ,    . &  able So with boot1:;. AII boots jf  that look well -are not honest. ||  IJeekie's     Boots    are     ALL |1  LEATHER,     and     made    to |  .meet     western     requirements fj3  The   logger,     the prospector, |i  and the miner can depend   on %  them when far from   the   busy fi  haunts of men.   ��������� 1  ���������Ask    you r     dealer    f o r  "LE'CKIE BOOTS," and take  no substitute.  Manufactured hy  The   coi)  thus  leaves    EnglaiK  ond  for the  lirsl     lime  in   its luslory   a������d  for   the   next   twelve   months    will    a-  ilorn  the head)Jiarters   of the  B  Rowing    Club  The  ease  with   which   the   Belgians  bent   the crack    lOnglisb  crew   was  ra  Sunlight Son a is better than other soaps, but  .sbi-st when used in the Sunlight way.  tin y Sunlight So:i|> and lollow Directions  Union made-Capital & Nugget Cigars  DAY SCHOOL  Usual subjects taught; also language," drawing in pencil and crfry-  inn ons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons giv-  "n (n classes* or individually.  MISS RERTRAM,      Ladysmith, B.C  For a cool,  refreshing*--  BATH  During the Summer  Months Call on   THOMAS, LEWIS  Shaving  Parlors,  etc.,     High Street  FOR THE-BIG6EST, BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  Call oo J. l. Smith  House- and Sign Painter  2  i-Iti .,������������������������- pjtK'Jifjfttyri*L-a-^-*^^i-*v:,C^^j-^"**r^-^t'**^f#u.*?!������������������*������������'  Try Capital and Nugget Cigars  Hinaid's  Liniment  Co.,  Limited,  Dear Sirs.���������This fall 1 got thrown  on a fence and hurt my chest, very  bad, so I could not work and it-hurt  me to breathe. I tried all kinds of  Liniments and they did rue no good.  One bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT, wanned on flannels and 'applied on my breast aired me completely.  0. II.   OOSSABOOiVL  Rossway,  Digby Co.,  N.S.  J.LECKIE  VANCOUVER,    B.C      |  -eads. Them  :  .1^  QUALITY  R. P..RITHE1V  <^ Co..  l-td  Pacific  (.'oast  VICTORIA.  :���������:    -���������'  -igcncy  -B.C  6  Ask for  I RAY  MOND&  SONS  H '    ���������Dealers   in���������  |- Lime,   Plaster Paris,    Brick,  ������f -Fire.  Brick and Vancouver is-  ifj viand cement.  I 3  Pandora .St.  Victoria B.C.  Art Too tioin' Ml  t'hrn !>��������� sure your  tickets xnvt   ������b  North Western Line  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with th*  r.hrough trains "from the Paciflt  CoMt.  THE SHORTEST LINE, TF  FINEST TRAINS, "THE, LOWES"  RATES,  THE  FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CI1 *  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask y  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  .-���������. General   fif������r  710 2n4 Ave.. Seattle.  Ticket and   Freight-'-Office,  1T>  Govcinihent Street.  Transcontinental  f  Trains Dniiy      j  - The New Train'  ORIENTAL LIMITED  The' Train ol "  Ease,   Elegance,   Excellence.  Every  mile  a  picture,   and  no smoke to spoil the   view.  Through  Compartment,   Observation 'and Pullman  Sleepers;    also    Through    Tourist  Cars' to Chicago.  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty  Union     Terminals .with   all  Steamer lines.  Berth  reservations  by  wirer  Great Northern S.S.  Co.     '[  FOR  JAPAxV   AND  CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota an<I Da- m  >���������������      *. j *���������* -        A*.  kota sail from Seattle for Japan    and China ports at., fre-^.  tftieiir dates.    .Exact . sailing ;  dates can  be secured  upon application to any Great North- ,,  ern representative.  S.  0.   YERKES,  A.G.P.A., Seattle, AVash.v-M  E. R. STEPHEN,  fic������-  Agent, Victoria, B.C.���������|  Uiulerj.New Maoagmeiit  HOTEL. WILSON  Jus- R. M-nneli, Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens'  headami'ters.  Modern  and      Strictly .First -Clais'.  Fire Proof     Buildlaa".  HOTEL   DOMINION  ��������� Rat.i-������ .*!.ar>'and"M.F>0���������  F.'c to  all sW.mhor.i ' IfindiJifza nnd  rsi'wuy ii:-!iotr. IClei.-iru' n'r| vrjfy five  'iiinutet! to all jif.rlu ot tho city. Bar  sikI table.unexcelled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, C  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK-���������  and  ���������WHITE   LABOR-���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-   ������������������ Ladysmith.  Best accommodation for transient  >\nd permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably'furnished and the bar is up-to-  d������te Rates $1.00 a &t\y and ap-  w>rds. ^  WM, BEVERIDGE, Prop.  X*plana4������ r*-r ������������������: :<*-: :���������: "f^ilwEinltb  Steam iieatbu  FURNISH   KOO.MS  BAR SUPPr.IKD WITH BHi T  WINES, LIQUORS, CK*.AltS  ABB0TSF0RD H0TE!  A. J. jyicMURTRJe, Croprletor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  MUNSIE,  1 ADYiAil'IH,   .'. K  Good tables and good  Rooms  Fletcher ires.  . ..DM'ere In . .r. ���������  Pianos   &-'-Organs  lJldysmith. B.C  _������*> J. KERRY'S^  ^g NliRSIES   GREEN-  tt* HOUSti M\i SE:0  ^g HOUSES  "^B 8'HO   Vestaiinster   Road.  I<.C  Headquarters for   PACIFIC GHUWN QurUcn, ilela  and flower SnEll.s*  lor distribution. -  Large   Btock    of Home  Grown  FRUIT and  ORNAMENTAL'    TREES  now matured for Spring.-  No expense, loss or delay of lumigixtion or inspection  Let mc "trice your list  before  placing your   or-'  der.  iJreeiinouse Plan Is,  Floral Pari'ases,  Fertilizers   etc. *  3010   Westminster Road.  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  VC  Plumbing and Tinsmithing  DONE   AT  Reasonable Prices   By   J. ANDERSON  Leave orders  at  1'eterson's  Furn -  ture Stole, or telephone No S.S.  -:-.  THE TYEE.COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS  AMD SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLO AND  .SILVER ORES.  .S������i>e-ti.iQg'0-^.6rlcs et  UDISMITH,   B. G.  4.      HEAU OFFICE  I DUNCANS SJAtlON.  t       Vancouver Island, B. C.  *+-f*++++4^'f'f*.++*V:i-'P+i"i^.K.j-i f������f^"j������i-^-+^.-f-*f..i..i..i-^..j..f.j.^..i.^.^..j.4.^..i..j.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  . -       ���������'   General Manager.  ������*-  ��������� *���������  +  ! 5TOVi3Sf                       STOVES! t  I we^rei^dking HEATERS and RANGES of |  I Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--VVe do {  \ A. I kinds of Foundry and Repair Work 1  I Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty ?  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Lcl  TELEPHONE 53 p. o. Box   12.  This   Hotel  has    been  completely       renovated.  Board aad lodging J1.00 per day.  HOTEL    PRETORIH  JOHN THA, Proprietor  f'ar  Supplied   with  tbe  Best    Wines, 1st Avenue :-:  :-: '-'  Ladysniith  B.C.- '  Liquors and Cigars.  TH6CITYMHRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  ?st. Avenue Ladysmith B. C  President    J. W.  COBURN, Managing  Director.  Telephane 4-fa.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co. Lid  *o  ���������wM.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-**  Shingles a Speoigiltyi      _���������-������'  MANUFACTURERS OF   Koug-h jmkI Dios.sed Fir and Cedar Lmnbers  LATHS,   SHINGLES,  MOULDINOS,      ETC.,     of    the  BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND    DRIED     FLOORING'S      AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  }  *  f  t  *  *  PAJNTJNG   AND   PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artislicaliy^Done          Orders  Promptly   Execute  S.  ROEODING    ������.~~~~~   LADYSMITH  LAD/SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,      ORGANS-   AND HOUSEHOLD     I<0RNITUR1'  UP  PROMPTLY  A    ND   SAFELY.  MOV-  Stabler iu the rew of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford  I .eavi-  'kr.'i  at  ���������������!K������S  I hi  A.    J   WASKL'I  PR  ������������������w^fc-^^-^^^^^fc.jj^^^-M-f^.^^^^,^^ t ���������-+*-t-*��������������������������� 4 ���������������������������f-f-f-t-f ������������������+-���������-������-��������� ������������������-���������  4 Utt \' I  OP.  Mil ti&xf.  -tf -^y ' ���������* *^=.**3Ayis r* ���������"-  m>nn)*S*i������^i,^'iKa������!^"!������������^e^f!S^  ^fc-^SS^^SSS  "*=2t������s^-*^������7Ai5~322  "*^5S2BSJaiC=siii-B  -d1.   f/-Jiiwf,-;.Lv-  THELAJDXSMITapAlLTj^ EDGi-S  LODGES  .ADY SMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.���������  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Ualt every 2nd and 4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  *.  Al. of R. &, C.  jM'II.D   ANCIENT       OP.DEK   Ul  DRUIDS  "Wellington   Cmve  No   4   U.   A.  V.  ���������  Alcei.s   in  t'l-c- l    i.   O .b"   Hail,  i ,  ty smith,     the    Setond    and      l-'oiiv  licdiicsda*. s  o; each   month,  conuii"  ���������  |-.g  Wednesday.   l'Mb ,   liKK.  Visiting   Dunn-.      ar" -.I'vile-i   t'    n  '"lid  By  i )i ic(  WM   RAFTER,   Ucvf S.v.s  PATRICK   \'.Vri<.  S.   *>  Dr.   Dier can  he  round  at  any  It  his ollice on Cat acre st.   His  lal   work   is   giaranteed   'o   be  lass and rates reasonable  -'jlaefSim���������        >*������=J?gg  HSLBERT  S"'  L-\ll  r. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  work-   guaranteed and at reasonable rates.  RESIDENCE   AND  OFFICE  watacre at   <-     JLadyFmiih  j Open at all lmuis.  NOTICE  From       lids  dale   the   undersigned  /ill   not   be   tesponsible   foi   any   in  lebtediie-ss      incurred except, on      #  /ritlen ornpr signed by the secretary  Cowland   M&chin.  V.   I.   EXPLORATION  A-   PEVEl  OPME^T CO.',' LTD.  |Jon  Persona'  Lliibil'ty  ''Wt'iTls    n    C   ��������� Vs t   ls!h    ,n09  LADYSftlll'I'l    LiAhEk*-*  CHOICE     CAKES     AND    PASTK1  ALWAYS     FRESH   ON  HAND  \\edding     Cakes   -"lade   to  Order  I'UCiTS    A^n    CANDIES OF  AU-L  KINDS.     FRESH   BREAD   EVERY    DAY  Prices    are     Very  Reasonable.      All  Customers are  Treated Alike.  HOP   LEE & CO.  ON THE   ESPLANADE.  It.  IP    Blf  Solicitor  &GftO$    ii  Avf.ifl>   -    --  *W 8 feti* s   V tf*  NEWS NOTES  FROM NANAIMO  iu  the      gun  shoot   held  yestciday';]"'    Ucc: Sec���������Bro. J. Afiller.  Class   A  was   won   by  T.     Hodgson. | F.  Sec,.���������Uro.   11.  Alollat.-  wi h    ]8.    P.    Gordon   look class  B.J    Treasurer��������� Hro.   C.   .McCuti-heon.  wi h a score of 18. '   !     J'."of C��������� Bro.  E.   Crlvvards  ��������� ' I     1 -n   Lecturer���������Bro    A    Wilton.  ���������Jnd   Lecturer���������Bio.   ���������!���������   t'otllc.  I.  (J.���������Bro.  S.   Cottle.  ������ uier Guard���������Uro    II.  Marshall.  I      1st Committeeman���������Hro.  C.   Melli-ii  J     'I bo  membeis of  tins lodge will nl-  , ! lend   divine  service   in  the   Fresh*. 1 er-  i inn  church,   un   Sabbath   evening next  Miss.     Fuller,   mat ron   of   the    hos-j iu .,ibers vvill meet   m tin- lodge room  pi: il    hns  handed   .in"'her  resignation j .,,   (.   ti-cU)l.k   ,, ,��������� _   .,   M,   .,, lemlamv  Mr. ' Ual|>h Smith, "M.JV, nceom-j  pcdecl by Mrs. Smith . and their i  iv .> sons John and Ralph are ex-:  pe. ted -home from Ottawa on.J"on-,  da.   next.      ... , j  .,-. i  lo   the   Hospital    Board . to  lake   el-; ifi   lv,.,���������-st(.,i.  feet    nt   the   end of the. month. ;     Arrangi'inc nl s   a,-   ncail.v    complete  excursion   (,n   the   Tivellth    lo  I  | fo."  til.  Mrs.    J.   J.,,Cnlbo.m      of   SoaLI lo. | vu, f)t.j;i    u ,  vv lu-re  who has  been   visiting  with  relatives. J)fli,|fl,|  in  Nanaimo    I ho  past   two  weeks  re- j '  turned  'home   on  last   evening's     re-j     Air.  giilur  sailing    of  the   Wnialcnlc. j |,ui'n,  n  ml  I mis   I-.  ��������� tf.'day  trmi*v*rtM-+������mVMJ* m  \ a an.  L/S-*^S.V| H  ;UBANC!Gf\RFAC[OHV  Iffaunfacturcruoftli- Famous  Uoug hit - lJni:>'\ i/ilii-.r    Jvuiployed  fl   .1.   HOOTH. Prop  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEEN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL. QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  Anil tho Prlncliial Business Content of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Tinu' Tallica, etc., niMress  CEO. W. VAUX,  j Assistant Gon'l l'asneugiir anil Ticket Agent  135 ADAMS ST.. CHICAGO, ILL.  [Paisley 3p iffarks  Fancy Dyeing hud  Cleaning. Charges reasonable-, etc.    Work Ciuarantocd  Jommercial St. '��������� Nanaimo,' B. G.  J. PIERGY & SO.  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC.  \r,  WHOLESALE DBY 6000  VICTORIA, B. C.  TH SHOP  The Hillside baseball team of Victoria have arranged a ��������� match wilh  Nanaimo to he played -at Beacon  IIill on the afternoon of July 12th  Satisfactory arrangements have been  made with tho committee having  eh a rge of the details of the Loyal  Oinnge celebration, ancj the game,  vvill take place immediately at Ihe  close   of   lhe .speeches.  "Mr. \V. C.lnrvis and family, \ic-  ol Street, will leave Nanaimo on  August 1st to take :up their residence in Vancouver. Air. Jarvis has  been connected with the Xanaimo  Electric Light Company for the  past fifteen years, and in the depart uro. of Arr. Jarvis, the compaay  vvill lose* one ol* its  trusted employees.  and   Airs.     If.   Ilemer   of      Corel timed  on   ihe  Wiiialealc  ye?  from spending ihe    fourth  oi  in  I lie.  ..Mr., James   Hardy,  or      is    spending   a  friends   in this   city  home    on  Snl unlay.  "of Aloiinl   SicU-  fevv    days     wilh  lie  will   return  most    able and  A fracas occurred here yesterday  morning during which one Francis  struck J. Morton, wilh a club injuring- bis head and back seriously.  Francis was arrested and Morton  taken to the hospital in n rather  serious condition. partial paralysis  havinir   set   in.      Morton    had"    heon  Messrs.  Mark  hi.nk     and     II.  in gors on  t be  11 le  vos-tei'dny.  Churchill.    .1       Woo-  Weeks    were    passcn-  Waialcale    from ,  Sen-  'I'he steamer Cascade, which was  damaged by fire in this harbor a few  months ago. has been sold to two  .veil   known   Victoria   sli'nmbont men  The llellinghnm '10 horsepower an  tomobile now lining driven around  Vnnaimo and its suburbs is a bean  ty   anil appears to be onsil.v   hnndled-  'I'he Keliance baseball team have  entered a protest against the game  won by the Kagle team lasl night,  on the grounds ihat tbe Kagle  team played three seniors. The pro-  lost will be considered at a meeting  ..if the League Kxeciilive  Miners' Drilling Machines  IVLUlli* TO OftDEU and  RUi'AlRED   AT   SHORT   NOTICE.      DU11J.*-  ]SHARPENED  BY  US      ALWAYS    GIVE  SATISFACTION.  ,-���������':.>'.-���������-PICKS HANDLED A  Nl) REPAIRED���������-    ,  ���������-S HI-PS Ml T 11 I N frMIN      \L L   TTS   J3 R A N C 1IMM  ���������������������������'���������'���������".'���������'-:;horseshoers and Genera' BJacksmitns.  B-uller Street   -  -   L>ad y ������ mi tin ,"*B.' C  It  ���������   ^mmmmW   KmZ'221 n m    ^^b^f  snnr M - -1  Will be Delivered.on  Mondays,   Wednesdays.  . ��������� y    I .. Fridays and -Saturdays    .  Orders   nnist  be in  by  eleven  o'clock  on  day  of  Delivefy,  Limited  I .    ...        ;, HAHAlMm B. Q.   '  ������������������i*���������^.-^^^���������*v���������'H���������������������������^���������4-���������^>.^^������I.'������������������������.|.<���������*|^.J^.^  I Capt. J. C. \'o.ss, who recently  drinking and vvas annoying Francis( ||lnf)o al>1>iiC.vtimi lV)1. ,|���������. position of  which culminated in the fight, lkrth hoa(, q( (,|0 |ifo S(u ill}, ,.nnv to inaM  men are foreigners. lho n(o ,boat   |>ui|,   ,u vnniouv0,. f0,-  ��������� the department   af marine   and    li.'-b-  Tlu> gasolme launch Ethola, owned 0|.;ps h{JS ,H,C|1 given' Ihe appoinl-  by "Mr: C. L. Coal civ proprietor oi" mc,a ���������nfl m id begin at once Lhe  the Steveston caimery, and used hy_ selection of a crew subject' lo nullum to convey salmon", from the fish' ficat otl or the Victoria ug'cni of tbe  ing camps to I ho'cannery, under com   Department   of Marine and  Fisheries  45 |  r  *#  t  DESIIiWS  5"*"*'  (���������Nctinc in" Invent; vo Av7o������" ' & eggajj  \ Kooi "Ilovvtoobtiiin ;jaients" {J \] p "&zii  i Cliarfies moderate.. Nci fc* iiil pp.tcut is sec: n-  I .lA'llcrMKtricilyunnfiitisntinl.  -Wcldri'-sa,  J ������. C. Sie������Sf!S. Pater.t Lawyer. VV.ishinotou, fi. ."  Synopsis  of  Canadian 4fomestcad  Regulations.  cjuircments   as to residence may    be  satisfied by sucb person residing'with,  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has bis permanent residence upon'farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his home  stead, the reqitiirements as to residence may ho satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six monthe' notice in wrilin,  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    foi  i anthracite.       Not;      more      than   320  n _  maud of Capt. Lewis Fullerton. ar-  rived in ehe harbor yesterday alter,  noon from Vancouver. ;'While..:on the  run over, when within about: two  hours run of ' this port, the boat  struck, some, submerged ..timber, resulting- jn tho breaking piV.a ;propelt-  or blade, which will necessitate the  vessel going on the ways here for re  jvairs. The Klhola is one of the  largest gasoline launches that has  ever entered this harbor. She'is  feet long and is.of '20 horse power.  Her mission to -Nanaimowas for  Uuv purpose "of. .Lowing- to Vancouver,  a scow which Mr. Center purchased  in this, city a short time ago, and  which ,ho intends using in connection  with  his cannery..  OFFICI'TRS  INSTALLED.  At the regular meeting of the Wellington    L.O.L.   .1.619:   held   last   evening  the  following: officers, were  installed   by   Past   Master Jtro.    llavid  i Moffat:    -'      '  >   W.M.���������Bro.���������Wm.   Dee.  P.M.��������� Bro.   John   CuiiliiTe.  Chaplain���������liro.   Jv.   McLean.  Sir mcw^i  f  "Wlien  you  retire  you  know your  house  will  be  comforfcab'e     c7uring    the  rest   hours' if   you   have   a  " Sunshine " in your cellar.  Will bum all night without  using much coal, and in fclio morning you need only pull up tho damper  chain  to produce a quick, strong fire, and  enough  hot air to  heat;  your  house  from   parrel; to cellar  in a short tirao.  Tho " Sunshine " has labor and fuel saving features not  found on any other furnace. You should examine them  before buying.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.  Mc  London,   Totjonto,   M ���������xtrtcal,   Winnipeg,  Vancouvp.ii,    St. ,]  '.I.V.  Hamilton.  M"r"'������"nMatT"-r ���������   [he  Ladpitii Hart*are [o��������� Sole Agenis  I'd   by     all      who    had    lhe   pleasure  of  hit. acquaint .nice.  The casket was convoyed from  the home to St. Paul's church where  service   was   bold,   ami   llienco   lo     the  .���������art,  pi'C-  Ine  hei.--  With solemn and imposing ceremon  ies. the mortal-remains of Ihe late  J. W. Freeman were laid to rest in  the Nanaimo cemetery* yesterday afternoon in lite, presence-'of members  of the sorrowing-'.family.' nnd a large  number of friends, who paid their  last sad 'respects to the memory of  the   deceased.  Who   i*i   life   was    lov-  ! MODEST CLAIM'S : OFTEN  CARRY MOST CONVICTrON  When Mavim." the famous gun inventor, placed lijy gun 'before a ��������� committee of judges, he stated its carry img power to be much below what  he felt sure the gun would accomplish. The result of the trial was  therefore a great surprise, instead of  disappointment. It is the same- with  the m ami fact u rers of Chamlnerlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. They do not. boast of wliat  this remedy will accomplish, but prefer to let the users make the statements. What they do claim, is that  it will possibly cure -diarrhoea, dysentery, pains in the stomach and "how-  els and has never lyL'on known to fail.  For sale    bv The    I.adv.smith   IMiar-  Jas.  Jfnii-  Minard's   Linimeitt cures   Diphtheria   macy.  ..*..������. ������..������.������������������. .������..*. .3..������..������..������..  First   Clflss  ..���������������������������.������..������..������..*...  RIGS FOR HI RE  DELI VI-  WOOD  AND UARK  FOR SALE    AND  "' EXPRESS'WORK.  RK1>.  Any      available     Dominion .   Lands | a'n's can  1,<! '*-0'l'"iI'<������������������',  by  one  indivi  within  the  Railway   Belt    in British jl,,li'1  or  coni|)any.     Royalty  at,     the  .    ;'irile    of  ten  cents  per  ton   of   2,001'  by t      ��������� v ���������  ,.-j'ounds shall    bo     collected      on   the  family, or any male over e gliteen i ?rnSS ������",'!,llt-  W.   W.   CORY.  Columbia,  may be    homestcailed  any  person   who is  the sole head  a  years of age, to the extent of one-  quarter section of IliO acres, more,  or less.  Entry must be made personally a I  the local land ollice for the district  jn   which  the land  is  situate,  The homesteader is required to perform . the  conditions  connected   there-1  with     under    otic     of  flic    following j  plans: j  (1) At least six months' res id em-c |  upon and cultivation of the land in '  each year for three years.  (2) If the father, tor mother, jf the  father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the    re-  ���������>;inty  fif  the Minister of Tntr-rlr.r  W.  S1LF/R.  s-ENEKAL JbXPHESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK  PROMPTLY  IV:   '���������  Leave order.'* at the  Abhotsfonl  DAVID JOH  PHONE 66  LADYSMITH  NOTICE  LADYSVUm   WATER  WORKS  Consumers are requcBted to call at   the office     on  Roberts   Street  iay Water     Rates, between the-lOth   and. the 25th of each lH.nth.  Office Hours IP. M. 4 30  T, j BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  Express Work  Keep  Minard's  bouse.  Liniment    iu     the  Light. Teaming-  Orders With���������  FIRST AVENUE  Wood and   Bark   for   sale.     See   J.   KlCMP.'or   -leave  W. CARTER.  PHONE      60  cenielci'i        on   the        ciiv    Iiomj  drawn    Ijy   the   lire   I earn    and  Cciktl   h.v    tUe   one   nine   lu'olhe  un 11 ol   tho di.'ci-a.se.l,    who  wen  ed   in  their    Fireman's    uniform.  'ihc    linieral   coi teg'u    vvah    beaded  hi    ihe   ollicuih    mid   membeis   uf   thi  Court -Vniiainio    l'"on ehteir.   Home,   A  O.    !���������'   and    vixliug    lirolhers,    followed    hi     yi.sior    'Coiiipauiiuis    of     till-  |.*orebt.    Nest   came    L'he   membors   of  the    Kii'o  Ueparlinunt in uniiorm,   tol-  low'-'d     by    lhe     hn.se   wagon,    drajioil  in   hhick,   and   containing   the   ca^Kel.  **,"<���������\t     followed    the    hoiuse,      bed \i l.v  laden   with   Moral     tributes,   sent    li>  ���������ymputhi/.ing   friends,   in   memoiy  (he   devoased.     I'olbuvid    up    I13     '!'<-  mourner's      carriage,    nnd    eairiag;Gs>  containing   the   milbcs,    'in    lull     n������i-  foria;      of     the      Xanaimo     hospital.  Bringing up  the    rear  of  the.   funeral  procession    were    carriages   and   U11;;'-  gius   cbiiveyiiig   frie-nds   and   .acciimiin-  ta.nce.s.  Rev.    Silva   White  conilucied   iiiiiei'-  al   services,   the  following  friends  acting  as  pall   bearers-,   ftobt.   Swaiison,  J.  Codfcey,    A.  !���������*-.  "vl'ainwarin.  W'arinby,    J'.   i'.nrUins,    and  1  son.  The following  is   tho  list  ofthe  Horn I   tributes.  Cross-.and l'illow���������'The family.  Crosses���������Mr., and .Mrs. .1. Oi!l������-  gan.JVlj-. and Airs. E. Miles, Mr. and  Mrs. T. tli'een, "Misses/ Morrison. Air  and ALrs.- W. It. Kenyoii,- Mr. and  .Mrs. V. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. pierce, Airs. Stewart sr., Mrs. Turner,  Mr. and Airs, Crew, "Mr. and Mrs.  Chapman, \V. Stul'jbart, Mr. and Airs  J". Hodgson, employees 1). Spencer  Ltd. .Mr, and Airs. I). Alexander, Air.  and Mrs. ('!-. Vipowd, sr., Mr. .ami  Airs, \\". 10. Kumiuing. Mr  L. Alnnsoii. Mr. and Mrs  p������e.  Bocpiets���������Airs. Snovvclen,  Aire. I!. Lister. Ml", mil  tiodfrc.v. Ali'ss. Watson, *vlrs. War-  dill. Mr. and -Mrs. II. Vewtoii. Mr.  ami. Mis. .1. Laiighnui. Air. and Mrs.  I'. Vosko, Mr. and Mrs. VV. Thomas.  Afrs. I). Smith. Miss. .V. Kirnyon.  Mr. and Airs. It. 11. Mcltae. .Miss. A.  Vales. Air. and .Mrs. 1>. John. .Miss.  M'ebius, Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. I'iper,  Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson. Mr, and  Mrs. Hope. Mr. .,nil Mrs. Bumming,  sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Bended. Mr. and  Mrs. .1. Weeks, sr.. .Mr. .ind Mrs. J.  Weeks, jr., Mr. .1 . Donoghue, ��������� Mr.  and* "\rrs. Cbas. V\'il:-on. Miss. Co"ld.  Mr. and Mrs. .1. Nceti, Mr. and .Mrs.  IT. Reifle, Atr .and Mrs. .1. Mullett  M!r. and Mrs. F. Mer.kin. Air. and  Mrs. U. M"cRao. Aliss. Randle. Alif.s.  Gilligan.    Air.   and   Mrs.    !���������",.    C.ilv^on,  \i ��������� .) and O. Dobcso-n, ^lr. and  ���������,: s. T. I. Buckle, Air. and Airs. U  ��������� ilvalsUi, Air. and Airs. .J.'Wat������ou.  .'������������������ and Mrs. S T'ippott, ALLs. Bulla d. Arcs. Wag-stall, Mi s F. Vv'ug-  ���������,1.1-ir, Alis. Bevlin, Air. and Mrs. ���������;.  ; 'ardy.  . Molu's.���������Air. and Mrs. J. Langdon  \ ,��������� Caul Kreer, Companions of th<J  :*orost. Daughters of St. George, Na,  n.i Lino Fire Department, Air. and  "v.,!--..   .1.   Bai lance.   Air.   \\ .   Tippett.  Wreaths���������Air.  and Airs.   A.   E.  l'lan  i,..    .Mr.   and   Mrs. S.    Svvunsun,   Air.  :u d   Airs.  Mainvvai-itig,   Air.  and  Air-..  C.   Walker,    Mr. and  Mrs.    Sage, Air  ami   Airs.    H.   Svvanson,   .   Mr.      and  Mis    A.   Svvanson,   si.,  Air.   and  Mrs.  T    (loi-il'in,   llospilal   Board.   Mr    and  *v.  s.    T.    Bullmaii.   oflieurs and  Alem  I., .s   of   Nanaimo"   Alhletic   Club,   Air.  Ii    L.   McDonald.    Afatroa  and    stab  i>" cl   Xanaimo   lfospii.nl.   Miss.   L    Bn-  .. I.'man.    Mis.    J      Diamond,   Mr.    VV  :������������������   watt    Mr    niul Airs.  T.   Field,  Mr  ,���������,..'    Afrs    !>'      Wag^iat'l,   Airs.  F.    K  Hill. ���������   ,;; '  >'prays���������'.Mrs.'. \V. 11. Thornjison. .Air  !���������:. II. Ciisley. Mr. C O'Brien, Aliss.  11. AlcCuish. Mr. and Mrs. J. Randle,  1,. and IX '.Tninlop. Mi", and .Mrs.  W.   Hardy.  Borpiels���������M"rs. If. Disvii-n. -Mrs. Hu-  gl-./s. -Mr. l<:.scotl, Afr. and Mrs. .1-  I'l'lior. i\I.rs. Nankeville, Air. and  Mrs.   J.   Parkin.  Crescent,���������Air.  and Airs.  F. Busby.  and  Airs.  .1.  All  (  illis-  and  All  s.  .1.  Minard's Liniment cures   Cold, etc.  BOWEL COMPLAINT  IN CHILDREN  During the summer .m0nl,h.s children  are subject ta disorders of the .bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as the Mrs I. unnatural looseness of. the bowels appears  The best nicdieiue in use for bowel  complaint is Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diairboa Hcmedy as it  promptly    controls    any     unnatural  looseness of  the  bowels.       For    sale  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that I in-  'end to apply to lhe Board of Licensing Commissioners of the City ol-  I adysmitli, at it next sitting,' for a  transfer from myself to Hanty Blair  of the license to sell spirituous and  fermented liquors on io't three (3),  Block twenty-six (2fi), on the premises known as the Cecil Ilatel, situated on first Avenue in tlie city of  Ladysmith,  B.C., ; ���������  Dated this lath dav of June, A.  D.   ItlOd.  (iEOIUiK 11 ANN A V.  By his Attorney  in fact,  Ifeurv   Reifel.  12. "ss*3=g"*^a^s*a2ssaEiassj-"  j   v LASS      GLOBEi  I When you want a Glass globe  I sec that, you get the /globe  with the rubber ring on it  as it is the only kind''' that  can keep the water out ��������� the  glol^es without the rub|hler ring  cannot keep out water, you  can see that by examining  Ibem. The artificial dower  (hat is put into tbe globes  with the rubber rings, is guar  antoed to be the best, and if  you want a globe with a  Rubber Ring, eall at Mrs. T.  X.   Jones, agent for  ll-NRY CREW  The  only    pjare  you can  Them.  Sole  Agent in  B.C.    for    the  French    Wreath   Co.,  of   Lon-  "I011,   Paris,   "Melbourne,   S.A.,  '"'or. Comox Rd. <t Milton St  NANAIMO B.C.  get  "HI r -o-i * i**v    t-mt   .iynr-j ���������jwrW'ilrtvitlwWi.WiiiiivnWi������.i*>ftl<ff ������.N)rf*>i,������>jil������:ilir'yii������HfjJ>,'ii  r^^.i-yw^wg^  iifiir-iiiw.M,(irrTWli"i','t'^,^*^rt'*;^^  THE L4DYSMTTH DilTT LEDGER  n> i|i i|i <t> <t> '!��������� it* 'i' <$ 'i' ������������������ 't' <s> <t> <^-##<it0*it<i'4* ���������>tmhj**  I It's MONEY in YOUR POCKETS f  ."j". to buy  your +������$  I BOOTS & SHOES AT BICKLES $; j  $ 1  'j.   ������IL5*������3K'5^.^  ��������� ^at-- Htm v-fiM  -The Best Quality, Guaranteed at the Lowest Prices T  Your  floney  Spreads f  Out a Long Way at ���������*$"���������  BICKLE'S  Smith, Fotos.ii  That's AMI  Local Items  Miss M. Smith was a passenger  to  Nanaimo at noon  today.  Mr. Walter Jones and J. Gal land ei  returned last evening from McLeod  creek where thej have .foeicii in co:m ..-  1ion wit-lii work for  the city.  Mr. U. Ward returned on Uie morning train. iMrs. Ward will arrive m  the. city tomorrow morning.  ^asl evening, loo, Mi. Ca.ssidy piu-  li.it.id tickets with tin* *p.").<iO couUi-  btiled by All. llaigh, and gave them  awav i,o me vaiiotife eluldien, so it  any voungslei piesenl last e\euing  missed a J'i(h' it  Mill a few of iliase Fancy  English Flannel Sunimmer 2  | piece Suits in fancy st-ipes���������  green anc! brown mixe  36 to 42  Sizes  was tliwi own fault.  Mr. .1. J. Bland, superintendent ol  the water worlds, re.tiir.iied al noon  today frjm Victoiiai wheie be has  been on business.  The S.S. Leelauiaw will leave this  evening lot Alaska, she hav ing about  completed her cargo of coal foi  Tread well.  None iicUei-Capiui' & Nugget Cigars  The city band are hold Lug Lhou  postponed excursion on Saturday evening, next. On that evening, thuie  vvill, of course, be no opeu.atr uu-  eert ^ usual, as the band will i|������t on  hoard tlie exclusion boat.  R. P. liithet is Co., is one of the  best known firms of Victoria, and  their signature attached to am iVan,]  of goods is a sufficient guarantee t j  tlie purchaser Uiat he is obtaining  nothiug hut the best.  The gentleman's ruling contest at  the Merry-go-roumd last night proved  very amusing, anid vvas kcenl-, contested for, the winner being Mr. Harry Moon, of the- Steamship Wellington. The judges being the Misses  Bland, Barclay and McLean. Tonight a prize .of ?>2.ijU will in: given  for the best married lady rider. Everybody should go down and enjoy  the fun���������a sure cure f,*r the bin ^.  Try a Province Ciya.r.  The ;'Leckie" brand of footwear,  manufactured by the J. Leckie Co.,  of Vancouver, are favorites with all  those who have ever given tliran a  trial, a*nd as the company's aidvertise-  ment on Page two of this issue  states, Leckie's boots are- "all lea-  flier," and made to stand the rough  usage undergone. when worn by the  logger, the miner and the prospector.  At- the lilexry-go-roiind last evening a Large cro-wid .ionjoyed (.heutscl.es  ���������and the machine wa.s kept rumr'n^  for a late hour. One of the most  enthusiastic admirers of the wheel  was a sailor from the Wellington.  During lhe course of the aflornoon  and evening, be purelinked in th ���������  ncinili.borhood of fifteen .dolhirs' worth  of tickets, and liandly missm! a turn  of Wie   wheel  during  fhe  entire   ihiy.  Smoke Big 1'. Cigais  Mr. .1. A.   Bodwi, a inonoline i,yi'e-  seiting machine expei t, is in    Ladysmith  today 0n a visit.      Mr. Boden  is but recently fiom  Dawson, and le-  ports    thiings      in  that  lai northern  city lively as     usual.      Speaking   ol  prices oi    "various  things there,   Mr.  ilodeii refeired   lo the cost, of   printing.     Machine   optratuis   in    Dawson  receive on an average $275 per.month  and ol her employees are paid accord-'  ingly.     "Puces  foi   job  work received iu    IJavvl.oii    vvo.ihl be considered  iat!������ci  exorbitant     tn  this  country,"  .said  Mi.; Botle.i.     ''For instance,  it-a  man      wished    a  Uiousaiid  envelope-;  printed, he would pity in the    neighborhood   of  .>.2.j   foi     Ilium.      Letterheads cost    about  .^2J  pei   thousand.  I'Oateis   range   irom   -^5U  lor  21)0,   up.  The first pay-day J   was iheie," continued  Mr.   Botli'ii,   "and was handed  a  roll    of bills  amounting   to     over  .>:;UU   for   a  month's   work,   I  felt   a  little    ashamed   to   take the   nione,.  But it did.i t, take long to   get   over  that feeling, especially after the landlord had interviewed me."  ON VERGE 01" WAR.  W.ihhingion, .Inly ���������"'������������������Guatemala  and Salvador are making overtures  loi- the arbitration <>i then' troubles  lvMiit-mg" from I lie :ill"yt'il activity  of Salvador in supporting revolution  ai'^v movements agaiJiM General Cab  l'ci'o of Guai 'iiiiilu. and it w UUclv  (hut the I niu.I Stall-, villi he sulci -  ted ut tli-' i-uiiiii.".\ in which the  Board of .Ml,it i nl mn vviil meet. The  American Sialc lirpai'iniuil bus  been ud\ is< 'I nl lbe ilc-ire ol the  two eouuliio*. viliii-b niv almost at  the jiouit of m.iMii^ war against  emit other to have dilieivneos settled  b.v arbitration, and their seem.-, to  be but little doubt that an amicable,  settlement finally will be -affected.  At the first.' intimation of outside  intei-feratice in Gitiiti'mala affairs��������� the  State- Department-. .'-cnl- lhe Marble  head from Panama .to p re-vent m addling, and Mexico and i lie . United  State* both."make it ���������clear that t'hey  woulcl look with disfavor on any  eotnbinntio-ii oi ivnirnl American  powers to o'v'i it h I'r.v. "President Cab-*  1'i-ro of Guatemala. ��������� Wnen . the position of the t iiitecl States became  known, SnlVa.<!ni' ���������announced -the . ni>  ; poiritiiiwii, of a s|icciul envoy to pre-  ' sent, tin" Salvador exposition to. Am  ; erioair iiul.bo:-it.ii..s. .'.mil ..prevent any  serious      iiil.ei-imt iomtl    onniplieat ion.  ��������� The   State 'hi'iuii-tiniiil   has   been   advised -of   th"   :l.-i artni''    of  Mr.   I'aeiis  ��������� i.ll*3f   Sfi.-'finl      rii'.oy ���������  for    I lie        I'liited  Slates.   Inn    ii    ;���������:   im!    |i..li.'v.'i!     that  "bo   vvill   arri'. ������������������   in   Vi a: liiii;,',! i m   for  s<.'*>'-  i'i'fi.1   vvoi*l<s   lii-i-fiii.-.i'       iii'.ilillicully      in  I re:ichin���������������������������  ibis   roiint c.\-  from   Salvfidoi-  i Bathto:  fhe Pans Temis, sa.vs a writer in  the current Harper's Weekly. The In-  termediaire des Cherchvurs el Cur.  leux haxl startotl the iqu-slioii" whether the shrine in the oimvc church  of St. Denis, in which itl.r hearts of  several kings of France ln.e found,  a resting place, contained, the'heart  of Louis XIV. also. There is in thus  phrinie a -metal casket in which", according to a very prolix inscription,  Ihe king's'heart is deposilad. B;ut  Abbe Duperron, who impelled the cas-  j ket, found in it nothing but some re-  I mains ot bony matter. Then some  I people reineuibcred an old Ieg*en<l tell-  [ing of an English physician n imed  Riiklaiul who was .said to have eaten  the heart. Romantic as tins version  may seem, tl is not true. The truth.  seems1 to be, in .brief, that' the heart*  f*i Louis XIV. was stolen by a painter for IJili sake of a coloring pigment called "mummy," which originated from the aromatic substances  of einiljfalmed bodies; and. thatl the  heart of the monarch is actually preserved in Droling's painting in the  Louvre called "Itiierieur dc Cuisine"  -   LAUNCHING   PARTIES.  Parties wishing to engage a . first-  cliass launch for picnic or excursion  parties at leasonable rates should  apply to II. BLAIR, Cecil Hotel,  City. Launch may be engaged for the  evening at any time s*t  | We are receiving daily shipments of  I Raspberries & Blackberries. The  Strawberry  Season   will    be  over  Costumes  Tq 75c,  Wallers &  Akerohead  NOTICE.  I have taken o'er the scavenger "business lately bandied by M. Campbell  and am prepared to do work in this  line in first-class shape. Leave orders for heavy team work, scavenger  I work,    etc.,  wilh Messrs.     Blair   .t  Adam.     Also any  complaint  regard-  i ing scavenger work  will  be attended  ' to if laid at this place.  | ROBERT  CALLANDER.  Ladysmith, B.C.  City  Band   Aloonli}>-|il   Excursion  ���������    Around  the lslands.  Per S.S.  JOAN.  Saturday, .Inly 7II1.  ��������� Boat leave' at 8 p.m. sharp.  Adults 50c ���������Children (Under 12) 25c.  A MELANCHOLY  CAREER.  A young man who will some day  inherit an enormous fortune and who  is being brought up &;��������� a "'gentleman" vvas interviewed the other .day.  Among other things he said, ''II 1  did not have my career cut out for  1 ne, il" I were to lose my fortune, I  ���������-ho ild turn lo the law and s-tudy  .some, phases of it, that interest me  greatly."  actually-uhrcvn on his own resource^  he would resort to. something ,e.,s entirely elegant and more useful. Ihic,  that aside, what is this "caieei"  that be fancies he has "cut out" for  him? To tal������o care of his properly  ���������that is, to spend his life at. an  cccinpatioii' similar to tlu'at of:- a  watchman or a policeman, but far  more mechanical anel less exciting.  What a. nviseraible, what a melancholy  conception- .of .a career! To spond  one's life. at.just making money is.  poor enough use'.'of. tho one. chance  to live; to spend it at watching a  heap of money���������what dullness, what  dreariness! And in a worM teeming with opportunities to live intens-  oly, vividly, interestingly, usefully!���������  Saturday Evening Post.  TO GET OCT  STOPPERS  \   ''ive just  received a shipment ol  Hills'  High Oracle  ENGLISH TOBACCOS  ,   and  CHjARflTfS  at ������he   DRUG  STORE  SIMON   LEISER   &  CO.   LTD.     B  S&JSSk^mg&mWBB  mmmmmmm mmimmmmmwM  ****=    FRESH SUPPLY OF   SW.  Yd and Ml  7     (iet Your   SUNDAY EXAMINER  NEW YORK WORLD  -AND-  NEW YORK JOURNAL  -AT���������  lll������ BOOK m;  ���������������������������������������������������������������.���������.������������������.���������������������������������������������.^���������.���������..������������������.���������"������������������.���������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Minard's   Liniment  cures   Cold,  etc.       Minard's   Liiiime.:.'! cures   Diphtheria  ^w wvwy )iW^m4mMmwm www kmm^  ftE3 ,"J5  Are in big demand just now^���������For a nice refreshing dessert  ������jg Try some   irosg^  This is a favorite dish and is sasy to make  a.g"  BLAIR &   ADAM  The best way of getting a refractory stopper but of a bottle is to  take a turn around the neck with a  stout string, bold the -bottle firmly  on the table with one hand, grasp  one end of tlie string with the other,  and get. a riiend lo pull the other  end. A little sawing will soon heat  Uie neck sullieiently to expand it and  loosen ihe stopper. I have extricated broken stoppers in-this way, with  nothing to lift them out hy but a  little bit of sealing wax'melted into  the broken surface. Try rubbing  stopper with para.lfin wax.���������Scientific  American.  THE   HEART   OP. LOUIS  XIV.  A somewhat strange, story came to  light recently through the finding of  some documents by a contributor   to  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars .  ZZ.   WE  HAVE  ON   HAND; SOME. VERY  NICE-  \% ROLLED COINED BEKH  12 i-2c: LB.  -^  % A.  HOWE .3  ������ MEAT   MARKET "^  S.-   W.    P.    $2*oo QaSSon |  ELEPHANT $1.75 Gallon  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  ���������.^���������Mr-**fcas������-n f^im.MMLJMMW3mLm*ui ^ass  ZSSgZ&������SEZZZa3E&*!  .������������������������.������������������������������������������ ^���������**. *���������������������������������������������.������������������������������������"���������"���������"5������������r������<  '..���������.P(llttv'.j^'|^.'::  1st. Avenue, Ladysmith,. B. C  1 f. liiirt". Pfo),\  MANUFACTURER  OF  -Carbonated Beverages,   ,  Oin ffe r   Beer  Fruit Syrups  P.   O.   Box- 248  ��������� .������������������*������Mft**0������������'>ft> ���������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  "#.0..#..t.|  PlC'N.IGERS ATI EN HON  We have made arraagemeiits  to have a launch leave the  wharf every hour dnriiiij;; Thurs  day afternoons and on Sundays after 10 o'clock in the  forenoon fjir the Green, and  shell beach, where we have established refreshment' booths.  Campers wishing plots for  tenting sliijuld apply early, a*  Ihe Camping season is nearly  here  niiS    McKINNELLEY-   _ ���������HUGH THORNLEY  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  : Lamb, Mutton  and   Beef!    ���������  mmmt.'H4.^Uin���������^i.mmM   ���������UK   II   IIWIMIIlll II m H.���������hXl.ll"     T -���������   --^���������---T--n    ���������    ���������       ���������    ^fcJfc������-������^ Hm,*rmml m   *���������������������������   ������������������ilHII II      ���������       .      i'ir  IBM I 0  :    E. G.  PAN NELL I  ���������   GATACRE ST.        LADYSMITH ���������  e ���������  o ���������  tiittietiiiiaieoeeiiiitsei   s������Bc������������������8e8������*������aA*������ s.t a e * *  mQ. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST  AVRNUE.       __      _ ���������  Made lo  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  Z&JS&^&tt&S^S&BmmiB&ZEmVt  WHEN IN  NEED OF  Get your eyes testwl properly, wilh inslr.unu*itts especially  adapted for'that purpose, a-nd, not by guess work. We test eyes  by the latest method free of charge,  and if you need Glaixes our  prkvs are inodera'te for the b est quality of go oils.  1    ���������  ���������win-r"1" *-*  B. FORCIMriER  Watchmaker, Jewtller, Optician  *w.'.-ff..*.^.^.������^J^^^'*^"^^  IM IHIiMH ��������� ��������� ���������������������������MKiMnnwii  PICTURE  FRAMES  and  latest  Patterns and   Finishes in  FRAME MOULDINGS.  ���������������. -*. -<k -*-  PLAQUES.  -���������..-������������������'������������������."���������-���������'  .       WALL  PACKETS,  "%���������-���������'.���������%���������-������������������'...  Pictures���������British and German.   Bevel  Plate Mirrors.  ���������* <���������> ^ '-*������������������������������  Passe.  Paftout  Picture   Binding   in  alL   colors.       .fust,  arrived from the  factory in  the East.  -*.-*������������������*."���������������  Picture Eramin.f Neatly done nt  H.  KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������9  ��������� ������������������������������������  *  ��������� '  ��������� :  Granite and Marble Works  Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest prices consistent  with first class stock and  workmanship. Write for  catalogue.   '  A.   STEWA'RT,  1-18 Yates St.. Victoria   B.C  Smoke a  Big B Cigar.  ui iiiia ��������� hi���������i  ii  iiiiin-iiimni   i   i1^ '���������" *���������   ���������-���������   IMPORTED HACKNEY STALLION  "ENiT HANCE"  (8132 11.   S. B.)  At Johnson's Livery Stab.e every  Tuesday at nmui, and will remain  until  Wednesday noon, each week.  TERMS���������$15 TO INSURE


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