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Array -, --SS  ^^^iyj^A#^w  i!DUNCAN5 -  .-.'-v  I  LADYSHITH .  ^*4^f.">4.4^.j.4..^^.j-^.:.^*{..;..*-.4������j...t^.j.4-2������:.^.4~:-.  3 Daily  jul 171905   -I LADYSMITH  & DUNCANS  ������������������H-i *���������������*���������*-*������������������ 4������^ ^^^H������������������H*-K������-M"-^-4~H'������'������-������44'  VOL.  2,  SATURDAY,  JULY 15, 1905.  PRICE   FIVE   CENT  M. WITTE'S  APPOINTMENT  Sivet Contradicts Idea  that  it is  Equivalent to Acceptance of  Any Terms  Calls Attention to the Emperor's  Telegrams to General  Linevitch  ROCKEFELLER'S IDEA Of (WIND (MSB LOSS OF  CHRISTIAN FAITH ; ' LIFE  He speaks at Prayer Meeting at Cleveland Baptist  Church  Meansby Which He Thinks  He Might Advance Christian Faith  III CARTRIDGE GREAT DOMINION  WORKS  S?.     Petersburg, ,   July*  15.���������The, tin.atel?  acquainted   with   the  situa-  Sviet    which some times interprets    lion, M.  Witte undoubtely will      be  tho v.cws of thc military | party, to-  'cqtial     to  the  high- and ' impoicCant  day indignantly  rejects the interpie-' mission with which the Emperor has  tation put upon M. Wittc's appoint- ' graciously charged   him   ami     know  ment abroad,  namely,   that  it      is  equivalent  to the acceptance  of  any  terms* Japan may choose to -offer, except levelling the  fortifications      of  Vladivostok.    Thc paper calls attention   tc  Emperor Nicholas'   marginal  notes on various  addresses expressing  his determination  to continue the  war, and especially refers to bis Majesty's     telegram to Lieut. Gcneial  JJnevitch June 14th, which the commander-in-chief read to the army and  which has just  been  published  ueie,  in which the Emperor pledged   himself   to   do   everything    possible   to  lighten the heavy  task of the,   i-.ny,   Witte's sincere desire for peace,  and' expressed confidence  that all ob-  ���������    stacles     would be finally overcome,  and  that the war would end happily  !    for the Ru.ss.-an Army, as proof that  |    the  Envperor  had  no intentions    to  mata peace at any price.   As further  - evidence,  the Sviet draws attention  i   to  thecunusual note attached   to lbe  ,   official .announcement of M-.  Witte's  appointment  as   follows:   "Being  in-  bow  to protect the interests -of Kus  sia."  The Slovo thinks that the desire of  the powers, especially o/,. Great Britain, in view of Emperor William's  attitfiflc toward France, to see Russia rc-hafcitalcd in order to preserve  thc balance of power in'Europe,  should -.uti'ome a^strr jig: - diplomatic  wca])on in the hands of the Russian  plenipotentiaries for the restoration  practically o���������f the status quo ante  bcllimi.  Tbe  Bourse Gazette says: that, inasmuch  as   Japan  appreciates       M.  the  ground  at the outset is cleared      of  distrust      and      suspicion.    At' the  same     lime,  the paper adds," Japan  will'find that while M. .Witt* will lie  reasonable,   he  will   make no       disgraceful   or   hiiinilating   concessions.  Tiie Bourse Gazette considers it likely  that  the  negotiations -will' ccs-ilt  not cwily in peace, .but-in ,a close and  lasting  approaebment.  At  thc weekly prayer meet ing    of  Uie   Euclid   Avenue   Baptist   Church,  in .Cleveland,  Ohio,  last night .John  D.' Koclis-r|rlli.-i" said   that the  "-nil*--  tian   faith   demands   that  every   man  must do according   io  that which be  has been  blessed.    After  a number of  persons had spoken Mr. Rockerfcllcr  said:   "There aie  two men  who appear  equally  zealous' in   the cause of  Christianity, but one is more effective-than the other.    Tbe thing to'do  is  to find out  the secret  of  the effectiveness * of  one. In   the  beginning,  applications of our Christianiity ,niusl.  come now,  tonight,   tonionow  morning,  in     our homes or in thc ollice.  Some times it has seemed to me thai  I  might advance the  Christian  faith  by    assisting     in the endowment of  Dashed Bricklayers' Union  Building and Others to  the Ground  Four Killed  and   Several  More Seriously  Wounded  Winnipeg,, Man., July   15.���������  During'  the  high   wind   which   prevailed     at  midnight,     thc  walls  of  tbe Hoover  town  building,  on   James  street, one  block cast ol  Main, fel'l on  tiie two  adjoining   bouses,   resulting in      the  death of four residents and serious injuries to others.   The dead-arc'    II.  White,    employed     in Poyiit's drug  sloie;      M. '   Stcinhoff, employed  in  Hoover  &  Co.'s stoie, and   two sisters  named  Reilly,   inil-als' and place  of   residence   unkrioiyn.    The   injured  are:    F.   Bennett,  badly bruised;   A.  P. Gladhill, J. ijtoinhoff, (Jomles, J.  Anderson  (hand crushed), .Ferguson.  The     bmlttuig    was     owned by the  Bi.'frUaycis'   Union,   and   was   being,  repaired  after  a fire  which demolished     Ihe   intcrioi   last   winter.    The  fire brigade and police  force       were  called  and   the   work  of rescue occu-  FourMen Are   Killed and  Two Badly In-  jured  BIT-.  Cause  of  the Explosion a  Mystery to Sur-  vivors  Browns-burg, Que., July 15.���������Four  men were killed and two injured ibis  afternoon by an explosion in the dc-  toinator room of the Dominion Cartridge Company Works here. Tiie  dead aie Stephen Caruithers, Jack  Martin, Napoleon Lamarehe and T.  Cbarlebois. William Tomatty and  Stephen Racine were -seriously injured.-Thc survi\,ors are unable lo explain the cause of the accident, but  it is supposed lo have been due loan  explosion at the loading plane of the  detonator machine which caused a  further explosion or the charges in  the machihe. Poitions of the machine weie found cni,1.eddeirl in the bodies or the victims.  OF CANADA  American Minister of Commerce  Expresses Surprise at Its  Opportunities  Thinks Canad^TWest Will De^  velop Into a Great Cattle Raising Country  Winnipeg, July 11.���������Mr. Victor Met i opportunities  which  arc so manifest  calf, minister of commerce and labor | ncrc  have not been  recognized   sooner.   I have not seen  much  of      -Uie  chairs'in theological  seminaries,  the  -)lc"   30 -.���������������������������'���������*��������� ^S all Lei.ig taken out  world      tcachcis of faith.    However    '"Jhnt   tmic*  i ���������i.i���������      ,..,.   ..,���������., i���������.    ,���������i,niJ1���������n,         'ho    crash could he heard        for  humble      we   may be,   whatever  our  plate,   it matters not,   we can,show i 1)!od's *uo''ml aml. L1"c fiame coUago  thc best side.   We must show     th-    'v,|J������jri  most  winsome  and convincing side.  In fact, we must "show that we love  God."  3C  CORRESPONDENCE.  Editor Ledger,  Sir,���������  Will you be kind enough to give mc  a !ittlevspacc  I     have been  about     twenty*    years, and in  that  lime have been taiighl,  ihat there is  noi law as good as the British  law,  and may say even lived thc justice  of British laws, until I came to Ladysmith. It does nit    seem that  there     is any 'law   in Ladysmith  at  all,  not even justice.    For instance,  the    case of :��������� ��������� there  was no evidence against anul  yeT he was'committed for trial. Do  you sre thc justice in th.t* Then  there was a Chinaman, he was arrested for selling whis! ey to Jr-d'ai's  A:man that has never bough l a..l.ot.  tic. of whiskey in his lie, t'at is all  the law have to do. Ami: what aib'out  the: assault case,' on tlic SS Conyeric*?  The Chinamanwas beaten*, until he  was insensible, his teeth knock o :t,  his body in bruises, yet, no arrest  was niade. But I am not going\ to  waste any more time a' o it .other".  people. 1 am goin ������������������ to say something  for myself.  Last Tuesday, July ,1.1 tih, my three  little     boys  ag>e  from  (We to  two,  were playing in  front uf  my 'house-  girl came ami  threw  a stone  at my boys, my eldest boy threw a  stone back it missed hitting her, but.  she went home and   toll  hot-  father,  .that  t-fie.-Clrnese boys hit her.-Well,  if there was any marks at all      be  would likely call a constable to k.c'.-.  up my boy,  1-it as  theie was none,  'all  that could  do was  to    in  sult me over and o'-'er again, h* said  things   that   was   uivb-eara'-vle,   wo-rils  that     I could   not      put  in wiitin.fr,  words    .that even hurts now, wcrds  tliat I could put hini  in' jail, and he  'would  be in jail  if he was  in  Victoria,   but in this little'Ladysmith the.*  is  no use of hoping  for justice.  But,  'Editor, let me.put  this case on   the  opposite  side.    Suppose  my  husband  :went and - insult.--" woman,  like he did mc.   What will the trouble be?  It will likely  be committed  for  trial,  will it not?  And what is more that even  went as far as to  say,  that  if      he  see my boys  playing with stones, he  PRINCESS     MAY  RETURNS FROM NORTH.  Steamei  Piinccss- May, ".  Captain  CHINESE MINISTER TO ATTEND PEACE  CONFERENCE  ���������'i'g lbe four-sfoiy building  which fill was crushed like matchwood, l.lh> debris being hurled thro-  ufli the brick wall and roof ol the  next house occupied by Mrs. Fciiuer-  aus'as a boarding house.,  The escape of    some  of the occupants of the brick house,  173 James  EARTHQUAKE  SHOCK  Shanghai,  July  15.���������M. Pokotilofi,    street,   was  little short of nviacul-  WOUmj  in your vakaUc'paper? < McLco<l- returned from Skagway, Jti-  .',..,,,,     ,.      ncau and     Kftchikan. yesterday, via  icn  in British  Ccnmiii'ia    ���������    .   ���������. ��������� -. ,   "        ',,        . .  *"_"    ..    , ,    ,,, ;   j Port Simpson.   On her northern trip  the steamer   took  the party of members   of   thc  American  Institute     of  Mining Engineers, who held their animal  convention in Victoria.      Capt.  McL'Cod  says  the engineers wcre"*de-  'lighted  with  their trip north.    TUoy  wen I -on   to White  Horse  and   Atlin,  where     they  weie well  entertained,  and      thrnce      pio-cedcd  to Dawson.  They  will  return  south  by  thc steamer Princess  Ilea trice", now ea m*'  nor!h.       News  was brought by thc  arrivals   from_ Dawson  of   the enthu-  s-iasli.'c  reception given  to  Governor;  McTiiihes' .on .-his' arrival  at  Da'wiso-n.  A iiuinVjcr of 'British.^Columbians met  lihe ''steamer" upon  which he arrived:  and    . familiarly \velcoriied .iliini with  the "Hello,   Billy!!' Then;came -the  officials  with'addresses,- and   .-. there,;  was cf'u.'te a reception.^- Tiie>%new gov--  ein'or made an extemporaneous speech  from the  pilot house of- the steamer  which  was enthusiastically received.  The Dawson  World  says:  . Every  phrase  of it* was what   the  'Yukoner  styled   "straight;'talk."   It  was simple in  its  construction,  evidently unstudied and spoken as    the  occasion     prompted.    When  he said  that   altliougb   he   was  a Liberal    he  was n.it  . here as  * Liberal  official,  and  was entirely free of any party  or     faction,   he was loudly, cheered,  and  when  he  said,   "I want no gulf  lo be fixed,between me aw', nou, and  f Avan t  to  be as close to the people  over wl.oin Tarn to rule as  possible''  there was   treiiieiulous  applause.  lie followed  Ihis.up -by sayiii'that  if anyone had a complaint or suggrs-  t.i-on   to  tna'-.e  he hoped   they   would  i-ring  fliem   lo  his  oTt-wi,  and    they  would  always  find  him   ready  to listen  to  ohoni, which was also cheered  but he .particularly awakened the enthusiasm of the crowd by the honest  straightforward  statement:   "I am  a  youngi    man   whose  future  is  l.cfore  me, and 1 hope to make ni" administration a s.iceess,  and  to do this in--  career  here  must  produce  peace and  prosprr.'fy   in   (his  great Yukon  Territory."       This   was   his  coin hision,  and   the iluers  lasted  from   the time  lie coii'.-luded until-he was seated   in  the carriage with Major Wood     and  was driven to tlic government house.  Russian minister to China, left today for Vancouver on the steamer  Empress of China. M. PokotiloK- is  on*his way to Washington io attend  thc peace conference .to beheld there"  He has been appointed by" thc Russian government to-assist thc plenipotentiaries in** the' work before the^  conference. - - -���������- J__  ous. The whole side wall and loof  were battered in upon the rooms on  that. side. More than half an hour of  hard work was necessary to get, at  Mr. Bennett, so "deeply'was heUmr'  led, surrounded by broken plaster,  buried in bricks from both the wall  of the house .he occupied and the falling walls. He was, strange to>say,  only ^lightly injured. .  DASH   FOR  NORTH  POLE   VBSSEZj /7f WHICHPEAmTWEi: S2W?T JTOl? TKZ'POZK..  them  in  ;a minute. . Did   the  law irivc him-the  'right to say that?  and insult a woman when she is alone?  ;   Let mc'say one thin a;. The Chinese  of this year are not the Chinese   of  last year.    If any brute puts a hand  on  any of  my   boys,   Ladysmith   will  have something to think a'-out.     A  man     might Ivc stronger than a woman.  But he can  never suffer li'-e a  woman" can,  and  he can  novrr'   never  revenge like ia woman.  A woman tin it  j)av  don'ttell   everytiving   that she    In.ows     '*  .New York, July 15.---Commodore  Peary "expects to sail for,Sydney, C.  A., on his specially constructed Arc-  lie ship the Roosevelt about three  o'clock, this afternoon. At Sydney  the Roosevelt will take on coal and  additional  supplies,  after   which  she  the party will go into winter garters to perfect arrangements for tho  dash for the North Pole next season.  Commander Peary has abandoned the  idea of carrying a wireless e<,?.iipment  and reports of his ��������� whereabouts will  be few  after lie.  takes  to  the. sledges  will proceed   to  Cape  Salrthc,   where   at Cape Sabine.  AN  INSULT THAT CANNOT  RE PUNISHED.  INTERNATIONAL   RII'I.E  MATCH.  Vancouver,  July  1L���������Adililicn.il interest has  Ik'cii aroused  iu  \  FRANK.IE 'NEIL AND  OWEN   MOHAN  MATCHED  Seattle,   Wash.,   July.}">������������������Frankie  Neil, the American bantam champion'  bus  beni   .. matched  to fight     Owen  Mora.it,     'Ihe   English   boxer.       The  oys  arc   to  fight-  at  Button  Labor  .....o.    .,.~ i'c  rillc  St.  Petersburg, July,15.���������A sketeb   ^ich ,|t,twepil    Uu> >sixlh Ui-giinent,  of a *���������'Department Chief," which has. j)llke of c0n.naught'.s Own Hiiies, ot  appeared in the Sl-oVo, is ahtracting Vancouvpr, mwl Secoiml Regiment of  much attention. Palpably it is a ! infantry, National Guard of Wash-  dis-guisiMl .but cleverly, drawn portrait jllf,.(oII| wi,jc|i will be shot' on the  nf- the Emperor, painting him as a Richmond range, near .this city, ln-  vacillating chief whose subordinates t]lc a.,���������dlmccm0nt today that Hiram,  a,re always courting his favor but -\Vai|.-,cr & Sons had decided to oli'er  arc     never  sure  of  their   positions, | a va.Iua.l������Ie' tvo-pliy aiwl also- individual  a woman that thinks,  and  a wo mm ��������� ,  that does  athintr  when she  takes it'I'hankmg you  for .space, in your val-  into her head, without drawing lack, uable  paper,  I remain,  no matter what she meets. MARY YUEN,  with .-' the result that there is complete ; chaos in the "department."  Like Guidde's famous portrait of  Emperor William in "Caligula,"  whicii attracted so much nttcnt ion in  Germany a few years ago, although  the author escaped punishment for  lese. tnajeste by avoiding the use of  the Emperor's name, the present pub-,  prizes   for com petit on.    The    trophy  s  valued  at   $500   and will    become  the   property   of thc   regiment  whose  team wins it three times out of   five  competitions.      An   individual,    prize  valued  at   $50  will   |-,e prcse-iiled  each  year to the man who intakes the hidlest score  in I lie  match.       lirigadier-  . j General   Drain  who  will   arrive  with  27th,   and   on      the  State Prison at Thomastoii,  Main, Gets^a  Slight  Shock  .J   Poitlahd, Me., July J5.-A slight  earthquake shock was felt at 5 10 a.  in. today, followed in a few seconds  by a heavier one. No damage was  done. The shocks are said to be  he-i/vier than those experienced on  March' 21st, 1904. Ther were <������port-j  ed veiy severe at Augusta, Bangor,  Lcwiston, _ Rockland and /Brunswick.  Reports from Thomastoii say that  one shock was felt there shortly after five o'clock o-f about 15 seconds'  duration. The state prison at Tho  maTsrfron "was shaken-noticeably; and,  dishes and stove coveis rattled.  At Bangor theie was one long rumble   which   rattled   dishes  and  shook  windows.    Stale Geologist  Lee,      of  Budoin  college,  said  as   far  as      he  could  judfije,  the tumultous agitation  passed     from  east  lowest  at  5.10,  and   was  between  seven  and   10  seconds in duration!   There is no nistiu-  ir.ont   at   Budoin   for  registeiing    the  \cIocity  and   slrentylh   of  the coniu*;-  sion.    Prof.   Lee said  it -was one of  those shock's   which   is caused by ..the  slipping of rock on  the side of a fissure'.'  in the Roosevelt cabinet and tiie  chief investigator of the beef trust,  spent an hour in the city last night  w'<th a party of friends. He will  travel over the C.P.R. stopping a  few days at Banff.  "1 have enjoyed my trip immensely so far,"said Mr,' Metcalf. "'Al-  thoiifth my position brings me closely in touch with Canadians and oui  (ilfieeis in Canada, this is Uie 'irst  time that I have bad an opportunity  lo \isiL the country and see for  niysell and sec what* kind of a country it  is which is  stealing  so many  west yet, but what 1 haic seen   -ias  impressed     me qreatly.   Why it has  been allowed  to lie so long  undeveloped is the mystery.   I have heard jf  the grain  growing   possibilities     of  the Canadian West, and judging* from,  my  own  observations   it  will      one  day develop  into a great cattle raising     country     also.    In the  Juii-2-1  States  this  latter   industry las   r.e  come the great   factor in  many ouv  tncts which have not nearly the    .������-  tural     advantages     of the .listrices  "which      I have  seen.    It is   a -ti mg  country, and I should judge! that from  of our young men.    I may tell     you   this  time  on it will  grow 'with   uu-  now that I amsurpiiscd  that      Hie   precedented rapidity."  i������r "H   *������������������.'   *!t?  "*     7i\    /i\  K-  -m-  SPORTS  jq,     of the rules and stalled after  Ravey  a la Queensbiny.     Whatever may be  said  of Rennie's conduct  oE starting  a fight on the grounds, or of Ravey's  ^^iT-X^^l^^-X-W-^-X-   conduct  of  keeping  the  fight  up,    it  '1 HE KING must be said that, .they put up a b-eau-  Ji.nn.y  Biitt  :s   anxious   to ..retire J tiTn 1     scrap.     *" Two seconds     after  without a defeat on  his  record,   but' lhoy na(,  lmnod loosc hd,f UiC  be  doesn't  seem  to realise   the  fata  lity that links in hesitation.  SCENE  IN THE  FRENCH   PARLIAMENT.  Paris, July 13.��������� Parliament adjourned for the summer recess lo-  day,- alitr an exciting scene, in the  chamber of deputies over thc clause-  in the amnesty bill passed, by the  senate on "Wednesday, , rcinfclated  these convicted of drawingi-up secret  reports concerning the'conduct, of the  army officers, .during- whioli M. Las-  ks (aiiti-seuiit'e) violently, attacked  General Andre, former' minister of  war,  calling him a  "reptile,,-  M.' Ber tea u.v, the minister of war,  vigorously dcfeiv.'.ed his predecessor,  and staled that he declined to continue bis support of tlic' governments  amnesty bill iu o iiscquencc of tbe  charges mauti. The minister then  left, the chamber.  M. Betleaux' action aroused . sueli  excitement that tho sitting was suspended a:id at. an impromptu ministerial council, it was decided to  withdraw   the   bill.  Cn (he re-sumption of the sitting,  Premier Rouvier announced the pr.*-  ro-''..;;on of the chamber, thus annul-  ing the amnesty ^iilL In order, how-  eve i", ntA to disappoint the public on  the o-.'casion of the national holiday  lomdirow, it- has b-ocn arranged that  *thc aninesties will be granted by  presidential  decree.  There was some gossip in (he. lobbies tonight regarding the probable  resignation of HI. Bcrteaux, but it  is thought that such resignation is  unlikely.  ers  on the     field  were  into it up to  theireyes,   and  it looked   li'.c  a     re---  Jim  Coibclt sajs   a  fight  between j1*1"1 of old times.  Battling   Nelson  and  Eddie    llanlon, j    ClaiKspn  and Gifford got mixed up  would   be one      oi the   m^t   popular (in some     way and Clarkson lathered  that could be arranged just, now, and ( him so badly with lus shilalah, that  he- is  pi.-IK   neai   r'.glit.     Kr.th  men   the Westminster     man later in    the  are figbteis of Ihe same st\ le, ivnd it'g������une had  to call for a doctor to get  would  b'e hard to pick a winner.    In'his    shoulder     fixed up.       When the  his lecent  fight with  Young Corbett, j '-Donkeybrook     Fairj'      had  settled  the  CaliTorniaii     demonstrailed  that down to jvst average savagery,  Rav-  iie is fai from  being  "all in." Cy and Rennie were both ������n ti>e fence  foi fifteen minutes.  It was not until the second quluter. .  and after b.e had had his blood warm -.,  olbcials of the \'ictoria Club for a ;cd up ".)y a nice interesting fight Hiat -,  tup to Poitlaiid in a couple A Clarl.son commenced to show what,  months. While there, thc team will'theie was in him. From that out,  compete in .an international tourna- Matheson, Uail.sjju, Douglas and God  ment,. among the opposing elevens frey worked out some conubiiiations  being   Ladysmith,     Seattle,   Tacoma   aS pretty  as have c\cr  been   worked���������  FOOTBALL.  Arrangements are    eing made    by  i   ui  and   Portland.  A Handsome cup, emblematic of the  ("'oast- eliampirfcship will be presented to the winners by tiie officials of  thc Lewis and Clark Exposition.  SETTLING   THE  TROUBLE  AT ODF.SSA  London, July 15.���������The i-orrcspoii-  dent of the Slandnrd at Odessa asserts th.t, with a view' to averling-  arson an<I murder, the majority of  the landed proprietors are now voluntarily ('oiK'cdin'g to the revolulbinary peasants,   one-third  of  11:.;* crops  lication gives the autihorities no  ban-!  die where, they can punish either the  h,s  U>am   ������" ll,e  ....        '        j,      ������������������ihn,.   nr       ihe ' foltowing dav  will   practice at  publisher     or  the   author   of       the    ^ ^ ^ ^^   -^ ^ ^  ^ ]ivcs[odi alflo>  the and     in  nu.nv   instances,  a th-'ril   of  29tb.  THE OAR.  Thc. present year should mark an  ���������epoch in professional >sculHng, as  there is more than the* usual amount  of big events on the tapis, remarks  an Eastern exchange. At home here  there will be a match between Ed-die  Duinan, of Toronto, and Sullivan of-  England, for thc champk/nship oi  A'tneriea, while in Australia, Towns,  the lire-sent champion, will defend his  title against Jim Staribriry. Tiie latter i.s considered to have a spleiidi::  ���������chance to win out. WhV-.Uvcr the re.  .suit, Canadians will have an opnor-  ������������������Uuiity of seeing them work, as they  are- to row double for the world's  i-hampi'liiship at the Dominion Exhibit-job at New Westminster. In this  race they will row against Dunian  and Sullivan who will hkve settled  their own argument by that time.  It seems as if professional racing  were returning to its old popularity.  LACROSSE.  New Westminster 8; Vancouver G,  Vanco-iivcr, July 1-3.���������It looked like  old lime lacrosse yesterday, when  Rennie and llavey mixed it in the  second quarter and both, teams dropped their sticks and went at it reaching for each other's solars with left  and rij'.hl, until the crowd butted in  andtorc the pugilists apart..  Aside from that, however, it was  counted by thc~aiulieucc the best exhibition of lacrosse that has ever  been  seen  al the Point for years.  Ravey at third home is altogether  a false alarm. Yesterday, the only  play whirl; he seemed to thoroughly  iindi rsletid'was to exeiute a Hank  movement on his man and pound him  over the elbows and the muse] > with  his si'ek. This style of playing in  I lie sec-aid quarter became so barefaced that, failing action by Quigley,  Geo.  Rennie moved for a suspension  out on the Brockton (rounds, and nothing but the surerior goal keeping  of Sandy Grey kept New W'e tmih-  ster from being hopelessly'defeated.  Mickey Morrison played a fair hard  working game ���������throughout, but did  some awfully wild shooting,' missing-  a chance lo score cn several occasions when all be had to do was to  shoot straight. liieLey is a goift  enough man, however," to hold a place  en any team, and it may |Lfc,said itf-  him that his check will never get  muchfarther away than the length of  his stick.  Joe Keyivolds played his usual c-Ul-  tiine game to'which there is nothing  to    add. Joe Reynold's , old-time  .".ami-  limes  that  he is  the best    on  .l.e  I old.  On U'csMmiiistcT side, tiie personnel  i.eihg mi:c*li the same as on previous  (.cia.sions, the playing req'-.iires. ��������� less  .-omiiiei.t. Wills Grey should have  been put oil the field and out of the  game and clear of the league, altogether for that trick of his of cracking  his cheek over the head instead of  going after the ball.  Gifford, Turnbull and Cddy played  a beautiful game, keeping Matheson,  l-'orrcstcr and Reynolds so busy that-  they did not have time to run around  George Rennie was belter than over,  and Biscuits Tec'cis as g^od a man  as he was five yet-irs ago.  Tal.iug it all in all, the New Westminster hoys wojn because they have  the better team, but the Vancouver  boys put up a good game so much'  superior to any of their previous efforts this year that there is no comparison  at all.  Paris, July 15.���������The minister of  marine has receivi d a despatch from  Bizorta Tunis saying that'the efforts  to raise the floating dock to which  the submarine, boat had been fastened  were successful  this afternoon.  Tbe dock was takrn to Sidie.  Abdallah where, it will be immediately placed in dry-dock for the purpose  of opening the submarine and taking  out the 14 hodies of her crew.  : n.v.'  ''���������V  I THE DAILY LEOttS  Ir'tibiisned   every  day except Sunday- j  BY        THE        DAILY       LEDGER i  COMPANY.  Offices,  Ladysmith and Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  50 cents a month-, $5 per year ia  advance. Advertising rates oa ap.  tilication.  SATURDAY,  JULY  15,   l!)')*,.  HAD  COLLISION'  WITH  /    HOLT   OK   LIGHTNING.  All.  ..nd   Mrs.   Geo.   L.  Rerg    h.uc  rclii'n.d  lo  UiL-ii     home at   I'rt'liloii  c  Ihach,   after  a  most   perilous  e\*Ui-,  nice at the     summit til    .Moui.i, I m-  c-oin,   rv'oiilivna���������an   experience     with  (hulls enough  lo last  them  the   ret  i.f  their  lives,   I hough   it will, scire-.- '_  ly  del er     llu-)    iul\ on*l uroii.s     couple  It mil     fui tin r      feats   of      mountain  climbing.  Aliei n.ii rowly escaping bcint-, imi-  iied inei ,i |ueci|iitc ���������i.OI'O feel in  J.'-igln In ,i lif-rcc winds'!oi in, Ihey  writ- st i iu li by a bolt of lightning,  ami , -ilv escaped death by the mere  I.k-I th.il they Rorc rubber sluns,  the soles ol which acted as liiMiLu-rs-  iiud jirevenled the formation of a  gr mill   cm rent   tluough   their iicliis.  Mr. Berg, who was formerly engaged in mining operations in Koi:-  Ihi'i-n l'aliror.������ia, and was at on-  lime piomincntly connected with the  Los   AngeUs   police   ilepai'h'i.enl,    lo-  DAltV tEDSKK  a***mmm**  iIMii������ I��������� ������aw  imjumm^w wmmm  mm  'fjtH^^f^ry&m  Most refreshing and exquisitely lla-  \ored iced drinks can be obtained at  the Drug.. Store, High "street.  Covering Old Surface'*  We have Just received a large shipment    of the famous Melrose Liquid  , Paints, the    best on   the market at  $1.75 per gallon.   We also handle Ma- i  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. IM, F.  ���������     JZi* .^��������������� ���������""��������� ������*^^-������ "    ���������"������������������'J  Meets In, the Opera House 1st and  ������*rd Tuesday af7.30 p.m. Worthy  President, B Fotcimmer; Worthy  Sacretary. C. H. Rummtafs.  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also " languages, drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte "and vocal lessons given in classes ar individually.  MISS BERTRAM.  Ladysmith. BO.  Under Naw Managatent. -  Hotel Wilson  pie Leaf brand of     varnishes,  buggy] - ��������� ,        -'O *���������*���������** "  paints,     etc., in fact we have every-]      INfltlflllTlO, D* V*������  thing to beautify the home, MoKiMUlll   & WpodbWlk j    .  ardware Co  Wallpapers    from  10c to  $1.00  per  Double Roll.  Painting and papcrhanging done at  reasonable, rates, at  HARRY  KAY  FIRST AVENUE   A CENTS.     '-   ���������   -,.���������".  ���������H  Proprietors.  Modem and     Strictly Fittt Class.  Commercial Mens' headquarters.  Fire Proof    Buildls*.  OTEL DOMINION  ���������I'.mbiiij,  aid  see  the  glac-ieis  which  abound iu  that region.   Ore day  last  \\eek  they climbed   lo Ihe summit  of  Mount      Lincoln,      and   had  scarcely  cateil  al   Brighton   P.each  ahotil  two   1(*,Lt.*lwl Ihe top when a fuiious stor.u  The common little rhyme beginning  "Thirty days has September," if not  i.s old as the hills, at least is , as  old as ir������!)C, for in that year it was  printed in an old arithmetic in Lon-  yi-ais ago, where he built himulf  co/y home and has taken up huu's  ra'ie p.iiniinir ns an avocation. ."���������'���������-.m I  the middle ol 'Mav he and 'Mis Hem,  I rol.c about    them.'   Ueali-'ing    thiir  diiiiger,  they  huiriedly  begun   to    ir-  liace  I heir  rleps   to a lowei   lc el.  .'VV.out   l.'O  feet   below the   summit  i   n-rrovv  stailed on cui  Eastern  tour  lo stndv   |ju.v  *K,���������|  l0 <,,awl  ainllj,.  I  s-ccneryand   \isit   the  great ait   g.il-, ���������jc.,jR0 0f rock not more than two feel  lei ies  of W;1 "bin a I on,   New  Yoil  Chi capo.  nl  in  width,   where a misstep  meant  Tl.oy  ti.ivclcd  less r.h   )-\'.<;l)|  (lf ,u n,,t  2,('00  feel   over ,ifhci-r  the mosl   scenic l.^ulrs,  so as t o ;���������*:'> W" j proc-ipicc������   into   a hike  at   lbe* bottom  ltia e   0f |-10 ca!,ynn.    Her.* the wind fa'rlv  to  Mr.   1'eiL**' an   oppoi(.unity  sKrUhes by the wav.  Ri-'iin-ns; home by tiie Grcal N'or-  thein loutc, Uicy stonped m th" pi<--  fin-esin'c McPoiiald lal-e country, in  Monlanp,      to do      some    moral a'n  tire   at them    a H    threatened   every  ii-ioiiicnt lo  sweep them into the atiyrs  ConMinie-1  in ii-js-" tbrf*-  .Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  PORTLRND HOTEL  ANGELOTATE, PROP.  HOTEL LELAND.  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver. )v  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  .teamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modalled. Rates $2 per  lay. Corner Qranville and Hastings  -treets   Telephone. 1-4.  NOTICE.  From this date the undersigned  will not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on a  written order signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V.   I.  EXPLORATION &. DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability!   .'  Victoria, B. C, May ,18th, 1905.  ���������Rates |1.25 rit,d$l.5o���������  Free bue to all steamboat landings and  railway depots.   Electric carr< every fivi  minutes to all parts ol  the c-iiy.   Bai  aud table unexcelled.  P. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER  B,  THE JONES HOTEL  Oae Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Goad Bed aad Oo*d Bat  (Half Black frara Depat.)'  GATACRE STREET-  - Ladysmith.  Can adian Faeific  Railway  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������� 4  ATLANTIC STEAMT.HIP TICKETS  Tickets on Sale To and From all European Poiri's  AT LOWEST RATES  *  ALL LINES   REPRESENTED.  For Sailing Dates, Rates and full  information,  8C Govt.  Street, Victoria B.C.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  t '        i  Dist... Freight &, Pass. Agl.  **W**im^*^i0^Sm^:<������si*!+''afar?iS*.^* av*^K<r^A"^av-i&av^av-^aV'i^A'-s^W������MKMk  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  \        ���������*'  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Wbrka at (_  LADYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  .... Dealers in   Pianos and  Organs ..  I I a ly smith, B.C.  Board at reasonable  Rates  Tbe bar is extra   well  Stocked  Y U E N  Merchant Tailor  Light or Heavy Teaming  Wood siid Bark for Sale  BUGGIES  FOR HIRE '������������������:   :-���������  See J. KEMP,  or lcau* or-lcrs  Leigh's Transfer Stables  FIRST   AVENUE  'PHONE 6-0  TH6 CITY MRRK6T  R. Williamson Prop>  ist Avenue Ladysmith B..C  ���������^^m^^mt^^^^^^sm^M^iS^^  Attention is called to thc     fact that the ���������  Ogilvie flour Hills Co.,   Limited,  makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR have for some time  jiast beer, producing flour in a -'astly improved and purified form  by  the aid of ELECTRICITY"  and having secured control of    o-U the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity ol a dvisiiig   the  public   that  any   unauthorized users of the electrical    Hour purifying processes   will be prosecuted.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Cojnpauy lloiiiitfid  ara tb.0  only     miller sin Canada whose  IFlour i������  purified by the elec*rio process  This   (loti-l   has    been  complt'U-l.v  Uoard  and lodging $1.00 per day.  HOTEL.  renovated.  PR  P.E.1- Supplied   with  the   Best-    Wines,  I.i:.uors and  ('irars.  1st Avenue  TORI1  :-: Ladysmith B.C.  eo. Roberts,  X  The oomfortabla way  EVERYTHING    THAT'S GOOD IN  TRAVEL IS YOURS IF  YOU USE THE  !  Overlands  2  B. C.  HILBERT  HtNkVS NURSFR1ES  NEW CROP-  Home Grown 8c  Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     and  FLOWER  .-;; s^-isds..-'"-'-  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  lORNAMENTAL    TREES  ^ODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  76REENHOUSE AND HARDY  'I W\PLANTS.  .For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.     Catalogut free.  30X0 Westinjnster Road, Vancouver.  Passengers can leave Victoria daily  at G.lii p.m., or 9 p.m., where close  connections" is made to all points  East.  "Famous Flyot" leaves Seattle 8 a.m  "Fast Mail" leaves Seattle ... 8 p.m  2 NIGHTS TO ST. PAUL.  3 nights to Chicago.  1  NIGHTS TO  NEW  YORK  SHORTEST ROUTE TO ALL KOO  TEN AY POINTS. ...    '    *;  ACROSS    THE    MOUNTAINS    IN  *     9 DAYLIGHT.  on or address  S. G. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  G.W.P.A., 79 Government st  Seattle, Wash, Victoria, B.C.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  /: General Manager.  THOS. KIDDIE.  Smelter Manager.  >������t--<fc>t*ra>ii-������fc-'Mi-^^  W. SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELTVERY  ���������y    WORK PROBIPTLY DC-":  Lmt������ ���������rders at the Abbotsford.  LADYSMITH SIlAVINO  PAKI0RS  CHIGH STIIEET.  :���������:-: Best in the City :-:-*J -  RATB8 Ja.60 PBfR DAY  8A3*Pl.������''Jl(>Oil'i  ':-~~  BAR smr-1'LIKD WITH B������*S*I  WINI53, L.IQUOK3, CIOARS  HOTEL  <-���������  ',   Bestaooomodation in town.   Splendid huuting and flabinu ia near rioinityr  A.J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. O.  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK  A SPECIALTY. *f'  DAVID JOHNSON       |  PHON8 66 LADYSMITH f'  [  F ricB Young:  BARRISTOR and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO, LM>YSM' Ml  Are You  Going East  The* be sure your tickets read   via  the .  11  il  L  Prop j  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  a6d MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Pacific  CotMt.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST  TRAINS,  THE  LOWEST  RfATES,  THE  FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS  CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  O+necal  Agent,  120 2n4 Ave., Seattle.  WM.MUNSIE, President - J. W.  COBURN, Mas. DirsstM  '"���������'' :, f Telephone;46.  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co  Ltd.  MILLS   AT  FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-Shlngles a Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers    of���������  Rou^h and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  sjmI  Kiln  Dried  Flooring     and  Finish! ;    Lnms-et la   Stock,  'Mg CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700.000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  ���������    I   '. .       HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manag-er ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Mana������;s������  'Ji  TICKET   PF:F������CE  Cor. Government     and  Yates St?.,  Victoria, B. C-  Trains  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  3  1  BANK MONEY ORDERS  -    -.'  .     . I88UI*D AT THE rOLLOWINQ RATES :  $5 and under......................      3 cents  .;. . \. Over $5 and not exceeding $10.......6 cents.  --.',..'. I        "    $10       " "        -$30- .....10 cents  ���������   i.    .,      -   v\       "    $39 .     " "..'������������������     $50......  15 centa  These.Qrderi'kre Payable at Par at any oflice in C  Tiadn of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking- point:,   a the United States.  V NEOOTIAULE AT A   FIXED RATE A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF C031MERG< , LONDON, ENG.  . They form" an excellent method of remittin   small gums of mon*/  i    .  '��������� with safety and. at small   :ost.  ADVPVJTH BRANCH  W.  A.  CORNWALL.  M������BA(������  One of which is the famous "North  Coast Limited,"  Up-to-date     Pullman    and     Tourist  sleepers on all trains.  Through tickets issued  to all  points  East     and  South,  also  Pullman tioksts  issued  and berths reserved.  Excursion rates now in effect  to Portland Fair. Only direct  line to Yellowstone Park.   ;������������������  Steamship tickets on salt t-j-all  Buropeun points. Very low tatss  now in effect. Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire.  For further particulars call at the  ollice or  'phone Main No.  -150.  A. D' CARLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A.,  N.P.,        General Agsat  Portland, 0r������. Victoria, B.C  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and making to order   *  ipeciality!,  THOflAS MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, E. C.  Best accommodation for  transient  md permanent, boarders and lodgers.  HOTEL  GrRAND  This new Hstel has been com lor t-  aMy turnlshett and the bar Is up-to-  4*������te. Rates $1.������9 a day and up-  w wis. .,  WM, BEVeRIBGE, Prop.  Erilansds.*������: t-^ :���������*������: ^c Ladysmith  LADYSMITH-BAKBRY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NBA TLY  BAKED AND FRESH.  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to U <���������������  livered at any time.  Employzuent Acss.������f������  HAY, GRAIN AND  D  Orders will be delivered anywhsmi  in the city promptly and at too'lcni  -est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, a& "Mi  Bsplaflado. DAX-LY'LEDGE*  MMKMM  AMD  Its   Great -Resources  Plant, Specification* and Details furnish-all (or all kinds  of work ia the CARPENTER  Lin*  C. B. ROBELEE, Carpenter  ami Jolntr, 2nd ������ve, Ladysmith,  B. C.  SPEECH TO THE  CANADIAN MANUFACTURERS  *   ���������  NOTICE.  P������m������m found using our Pat-tat  ������������������Uie or Stopsers after this sotice,  wHl be prosecuted.  HUMMING BROS.  Moaee-r Soda Water Works.  x      Ladysmith. B.C.  ii  CALEDONIAN"  No part of British Columbia today offeis so many a'dva-atagss to the  investor as dws VANCOUVER ISL AND. ' ":  1 '*���������  -   Its vast and varied natural weal th has never been as "yet thoroughly  "- ���������*:������������������������������  appreciated by reason of,the fact "that it has never been promisntly, laid.  i,   ���������' i    %-    "'        .'���������-���������-.-.  ���������    before the public.  GOLD ', : .     ���������      .  '' ' ��������� '       '  SILVER  .,   ; ',        IRON ;       .   ,     ���������  COPPER     --.  Leads Them    AH  IN QUALITY  -:o:  COAL  TIMBER  FISH  GAME  -:!���������.-:-���������/���������;.���������  Its Vast Agricultural Resources  R. P. RITHET,  &Co., Ltd  Pacifie Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA. :-: .-: .-; .-j :���������B.C.  The members of the Canadian Man-  ulacturer.s' Association who are visiting tins country were leceived in  Biimingham on Tuesday morning by  the Lord ."Mayor, Aldeiman Beale and  afterwards the delegates vis ted a  number of-local public institutions  and private manufactories, and later  attended a luncheon given by the l'ir  mingham Chamber of Commerce. Mr.  Jesse Colliuas, M.P., the .piesident,  occupied thc chair, and , introduced  J\lr. Chamberlain, who obta ned a  most flattering reception.  Mr. Chamber Uiu said: I must be  gin, I think, what I have to say by  making a most serious complaint.  Your visit i.s much too--short, (Hear  hear.) We rejoice in thc oppoi trinity which you have viven us of personal intercourse with you. Members  ot one family can never know each  oilier properly except lb rough such  communication-  To my in nd, this 20th century bus  brought to us the greatest ^iicstion  that has ever been before nicn since  civilization was organised over the  globe. Wc have behind us two centuries of brave endeavor which have  given us an Empire ami now the  question is whether wc arc able to  maintain  it.  We use thosd words which have  come cK.-'Wii to us from the past; we  speak of the British Empire; we>  speak of thc British colonics; neither  the ouie nor the other adequately   re  presents tiie modern situation.. The  British Enipne is net an Empire in  the sense in which that lerin. has been  applied to an Empire which h-as gcie  before. The British colonies arc no  longer colonies in the sense in Kirch  that term was ougiinaily applied to  them. (Cheers.) ""What aie we all ?  We are sister states in which the  Mother-country, by virtue of her age  by virtue of all she has done in the  past, may claim to be fiist; but only  fiist among equals.    (Chccis.)  What is to be the future of v\lwii/  wc still call an Empire Can the  /stales which compose it be consolidated in spile of (heir divergent in-  Iciests? Can wc stand together as  kinsmen and brothers, shoulder to  shoulder, for the greater objects of  this great combination'? We lefain  our ahs dulc-  local ii;ue--'***<'<Mir.e,  ^������������������H"-*-K*"4--*--'M-*"H"-^^  T  ! Union  inwing Co-  f NANAIMO,   B. C.                   *  j flanufacturers of the            ^r ���������������������������������������������                      r  I BEST   BEER  ������ Jn [British Columbia  f Lager  Beer and Porter Guaranteed   Brewed  V  *j* from the Best Canadian Malt Run Hops  Its land,- when properly cleared,   will grow almost any product of the  Soil known to man,                                 ** 7 _  WHEAT"      ;" VEGETABLES "  i '  OF .  '���������  APPLES.  -PRUNES  PEARS  OATS  RYE ALL KINDS  i _  "A .WONDERFUL SOIL FOR SMALL     FRUITS * AND"" BERRIES.  The Canadian Pacific Compatny w ill adopt a literal land policy, and  the 1,500,010 acres controlled by them will be disposed of on reason-  ale terms to actual settlers. ."..'-_. --A.-.*   Government lands can he secured    and     money can be made by. those  who desire a new home in a country   possessing the  BEST CLIMATE  In the World  THE DAILY LEDGER, Ladysmi th, will  supply  any  information  obtainable to those  who contemplate  a visit with a view; of investment if  cawlitiohs are found as adviseil.    .  Is the .centre of .the great coal' mining    district;     a-toeau'tiful Harbor,  where hundreds of great colliers come in eaeh year.  LADYSMITH  IT IS THE JUNCTION OF THE      LINE    FROM    VICTORIA  TO  VANCOUVER, and will continue to   gr<ow.in importance as the Island is  FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION LANDS IN MANITOBA THE NORTHWEST TERi  RITORIES     AND    TIIE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lande may be purchased  at $10 per acre- for soft coal and $20  far anthracite. Not more than 320  aera* ean be acquired by oae individual or company. Royalty at the rate  of ten eenta per,ton of 2,000 pounds  ���������ball be collected ou the grots output.  ; Quartz���������Persons of eighteen years  aad over and joint stock.companies  holding- free minere* certificates may  obtain- entry for a mining location.  A free nii^ei'-s .certificate is granted  for oae or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advance  $7.50 per annum for aa individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company.according to capital..  A  free   _miner,  having  discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,50*0x1,500 feet by marking out the  -tame with two legal posts, Wearing  location notices, one at. each end   on  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shull be recorded within  fifteen, days if located within tea  miles of a mining recorder's office, one*  additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At least $1U0 must" be expended  on the claim each year or paid to  tbe muting recorder in lieu thereof.  When $500 has been expended or paid  tbe locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase the land  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister  of     the interior  to   lor ate  dredge for each fifteen miles or fruction is sufficient. Rental, $10 per  nnum for each mile^ot river ieasert.  Royalty at the rate of 2J per cent,  collected on the output after it' exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of'five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The l->ssec-s right is coalined to the  submerged bed or bars in'the rher  below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the  lstday of August iu the year ol the  the date of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two yeais from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles within six years "from  such date. Rental, $100 per mile for  first year and $10 per mile toi  each subsequent year. Royalty, same  as placer  mining.  Placer Mining in thc Yukon Territory���������Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet, in  ength, measured on the base line or  general direction of the creek or gulch  the width being from 1,000 to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250  feet square.  Claims are marked by two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining Recorder's office. One extra day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.  Thc person or company staking c  claim must bald a free miner's certificate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet iu  length, and if the party consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no royalty shall be  chargen, the rest of the party ordinary  claims  only.  Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at ljie rate  of two and one-half per cent,  on the  alue of the gold shipped from     the  jfukon Territory to be paid to     the  Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  f more than one mining claim     on  eaeh  separate river, creek or  gulch,  but the same miner may hold     any  number of claims by purchase,     and  free miners may work their claims in  developed.  ���������r.:4T������@j&ca+-*'  Subscribe for and  read TIIE DAILY LEDGER, LADYSMITH, B. C;  The New Western Hotel  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board.  Our Bar is newly fittedup and well supplied and is in charge or  JOS. PELLN3RINELLI  claims containing iron and mica, also partnership by filing notice and pay-  copper, in the i ukon territory, of an  area not exceeding itiu acres.  'ihe patent for _a mining location  shall provide for the payment of a  Royalty of 2������ per cent, of the sales  of the products of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T., excepting the  Yukon Territory���������Placer  mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square,      entry fcc$5, renewable yearly. On the North Saskat  <;hewan River claims are either bar  or bench,  the former  being 100   feet  long and extending between high' and  low water mark. .The latter  includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill or bank,  but not   exceeding 1,000 feet.   Where steam power is used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the.N.W.T., excepting the Yukon  Territory���������A free miner may obtain  only two leases pf five miles each for  a tsrm of twenty years, renewable in  the discretion, of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed     or bars of the river  below low water marie, and subject  to the rights of all persons who have.  or who may receive, entries for bar *  diggings or  bench claims,  except on  the Saskatchewan   River,   where  the  lessee may dregde to high water mark  each alternate leasehold.  The  lessee  shall  have a dredge  in  operation within one season from the  iate ef  the lea������e for each  five -miles,  but where a person  or company   has  obtained mote than one lease      one  ing alee of $2.00.    A claim may    be  abandoned and another obtained    ou  the same creek, gulch or river by giv-  ng notice and paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim each  year to the value of at least $200.,  A certificate that work  has      been  done must be obtained each year;     if  not, the claim slfiil be deemed to   he  abandoned,  and    open  to occupation  and entry by a Tree miner.  Thc boundaries of a claim may be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publis-hing  uotices  in   the  Yukon official  Gazette.  Petroleum���������All unappropriated Dominion lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within Ihe Yukon Territory, are open to prospecting for petroleum, and the Minister  may reserve for an individual or company having machinery on the land  to be prospected, an area of lb 20 acres for such period as he may decide,  the length of width shall not exccei  thr-ae times the breadth.  Should' the prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly establish such discovery, an ��������� are*  not exceeding 640 acres, including the  oil well will be sold to the prospector at the rate of $1,00 per acre r.r."  the remainder of the tract - reserve  namely, 1,280 acres will be sob  at the rate of three dollars an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate  as may be specified by order-in-coun-  cil.  JAS.  A. SMART.  Deputy Minister of tho Interior.  Department of the Interior, w    .  we  retain our own separate history, but  have we not our common ancestors';  have we not in the past a history  in which wc were, branches of one  stem; are we not able to have in the  futuie a history, a common history,  which Avill bi'loi.'gi to all of us?  (Cheois.)  Well, I have said for you, the  youngier branches of the Empire,  there is no limit to your progress ;  but even wc, even this grey old motherland which lias borne so long thc  burden of a great Empire and the  great responsibilities,, even we aie  no contemptible ally. _(llear, hear.),  We have given you no reason to be  .ashamed of ytjur relationship.  Cheers). We dare not face the pos-  [sil.ility of separation. (Near, hear.)  United we shall be always equal to  the great task that Pro\idonee has  'inposed upon us, united no man shall  make us afraid.- ("Cheers.)  Ifow arc we to reach this desirable*  position. It takes slitape on (lie Ian  guage of your Prime-Minister, who  said only the other day' ''Wc have  made oin* offer to the Mother-country,  we have offered to make a treaty  with her our * mutual aiUanUngc."  (Ifear, hear.) And the piincinlc upon which that"treaty i.s to be based,  is a very simple one, a fundamental  one. It i.s that, we should tieat our  friends a little better than, let us  say,   our competitors.  Think what they have lo deal with  ���������a gieut dominion under the mild  rule of the British Scown, which is  something which the world has never  seen or known before. Nothing like  it can you ldad of in J'istory, no ter-  lilory. so vast, np population so  \ast, no population so great, no-div���������  eisity of product so extraordinary,  You have an Empire���������your Empire���������  Ihat is what I wish to impress upon  you, your Empire as much as oias.  There is nothing that man can want,  there is no necessity of oui lnes, nothing which adds to our comfort, no  luxury which is' desirable .which cannot be," if you will have it, pioduced  within this Empire and interchanged  within it. (Cheers.) If you arc willing, anil the other branches of the  Imperial race, you may "blue a self-  sustained Empire. Think of that. I  have not time to develop it. Think  what a'self-sustained, Empire would  mean, and what a unique and absolutely 'unparalleled position it would  gi\e to the British Empire iu history.���������London  Exchange.  ���������  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at shore  notice.   Drill Sharpened by  us al-  ways gives satisfaction. Picks handled and repaired.  Stiipsmittiing    in a)1     its    *3rarities  Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmitns.  David   Murray  Buller Street   -    -    -    -  Ladysmith, b^ C  DID IT EVER STRIKE YOU ?  That the place to BUY YOUR MEAT  is' where  the slaughtering     H  done locally?   We are not depending  on    what the Wholesalers send m,  and     can    GUARANTEE  EVERY- THING to be FRESH AND CLBAN  PAN NELL   &    PLASKET1  LALY5MITH.  STFVENS BLOCK,  CAT>.CR*C  x  LADYSMITH TRANSFER CO. x \  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURH MOVED PROMPTLY A ND  SAFELY.  Staples in the rear of .the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   tke  4-*-4-M-M-4-*"*-4-4-M-*-f-4-t-  WILLIAM5 AN3 W\3K-: T  I-4+-M- 4--M ������������������--f -4-4-* +++++++++-+++-W~M-f-f-f-f-������  'ROCKERS  Hardwood,  golden finish  $3 each  COLLISION V I   U Ll.illTiNING  Continued Iroiu prge Tv,o  Mr. Beig, whpi is almosl- a giant in  stature and strength, had his sketching outfit with him, and succeeded  Willi bis right* hand in partially  raising his artist's umbrella to ward  oil the wind, rain and-hail, while his  left arm encircl-ed Ids wife's waist  to steady her during; their perilous  plight. Reaching an aingle in the  path,, around which they were unable  to work their way, on account or  the Strong, head wind, they backed  up against the clili' to wait for the  fury  of the storm- bo, abate.  At this moment there "was a deafening orach of thunder and a blinding flash of lightning, whk-h eeonied  to rock the mountain- For a moment they were enveloped in, the glnr  ing (lame, while their ear drums  ���������seemed., to split and a stupefying  numbness affected   their entire bodies.  It appears that the lightning wf-.s  attracted by the steel ribs of tbe umbrella and passed through '.Mr. Berg's  right- arm and down I be right side  "of (his body and bis right leg, the  current being broken by tbe soles of  his. gum shoes, l-'or some minutes  his right arm was, paralyzed and it  was some hours before the tingling  sensation  left  his   limbs  and   body.  Mrs. Berg was temporarily paralyzed from the waist down. She also had on rubbers, which prevented a  ground circuit through her bi������iy. The.  storm soon afterwards abated, but  it was some lime afterwards before  the. couple were able to .proceed on  their journey- back to camp. It was  several minutes before cither of  them could speak and several days  before they, frilly recovered from tho  shock,  1 CHAIR and COUCHs  COMFORT  Everycne lov.s a comfortadle chair. We all  prefer a good chair, one that won't fall to  pieces, in fsct, a reliable chair. Our present  selection has nsver been equalled, not by us,  and you kmw our stock is always broad  in  CHOICE, STYLE, and QUALITY.  j     COUCHES  I  Strong, well-made  I  Tapestry covered Lounges $7  20 styles from fii S  price up to $25.  Ol  COBBLER SEATROCKERS, price $2,  POLISHED OAK ROCKERS, Embossed! -  Leather Seats, very fine chairs st 34.0C|  CANE SEAT  ROCKERS,   Golden   Oak,  $4.00j  HARDWOOD Dinin8 Chairs, from $1,001  CANE SEAT Dinirg Chairs, $1.35 to 175]  See Catalcogue for Styles  ���������^?EBBags--ga^Bratffii������f*-"^  PAINTING,  ETC.  HANOI  Work done properly and at right  prices. Shop and residence in rear  of Ladysmith   Hotel.  J.  E. SMITH, Prop.  H.O. MILES  Contractor  and Buiider  REPAIRING  of  all  kmd������  t������r������m^ti>  attended to.     Shop on Cr������.t������or������    mi.  J.PIERCYJND CO.  WHOLESALE ORYG0OBS.  Victoria, B.  C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrated  M. B. S1MPS9M  Solicitor,  Etc.  )  NCLAO BRAND  of  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  PANTS,  SHIRTS, ETC  st. Avenue  Loan  LADYSW T  Ladysmith Temp'e No. 6 Ratoboae  Sisters meets in the Oddfellow's hall  2nd and 4th Tuesday  at 7.80 p. ������.  Mrs.  Kate Tate,  secretary.  Meatmarket  LADYSMITH B. C. jr.   ��������� -- -  lkil ITEMS     *  Mayor and .Mis. Co(lurn went down  to   Yictoiia  ibis,  nioining. JI  Miss J. Tekguo arrived m town  from Xanaimo  rhis morning.  Aiis. Piiest and family, of Extension, arc camping on the othei s de  nf  tlu-  bay.  Attention is called to Dominion  Day (���������(���������li'Iiiali- n Committee's notice  apiieai Hi'-1, in auothc'i  column  II  is repotted Vnt ft prominent   N\i-  ii.iiiiio   u,lol(>i   intends   iamoving      to  Y<mcou\ei   soon  Mr. F. McD YounK, passed tinourIi  on (lie mniniii-j, 11.tin fiom Nanaini.)  1o  Vitlona  Mi, and IMts Thomas Kiddie were  p.isseii<rus to Yicloiin on the nine  o'clock   ti.iin   tin's   nioining.  ��������� lames  r>i'(iu>i.   of .Kamloops,    wli.i  i.  (lie  U'.iwluu s ilosiiian  for a V,*n  i unci       oil,.--.!   manufactory,   \isile-il  l,.bh smith   ycsleiday.  L.Kljsniilh is-ncll'ine a pivtly fan  ������������������.mount of moist wept'ier for (he  iiiniilli of ,lul\. II islicttiM than  h.ivinu, il   loo hot  ami dry.  Five' hundred:.new.Novels just arri'v-  -.r-d- nt..-K-iiieht's..book s.fove, .lfi and 2f>  cents cadi. Call and make your ���������selection before tltey .are-' picked over.  ��������� :-T'0\day. the  employees "of' the' '.Vol-,  .ling-.toir collieries are being  paid; oil '  for ..last' iiioiitli at Uie Bank of Cc-m-  uierceS iWatiy, '^itiivni-s   worked  every .  shift last. moiith,.       '��������� ' "������������������  ;,". ''Al,. Morrison's storevyou 'will find'  a'tii'st-d'ass -assortment of shirts anil  -���������'1-icSi-- -gent-s'-..'--- furn-i-slrin^'- goof'ls,;'ctc.,;--  sold at Toflsoiva'ble -prices. If you tyec-d  anything Mii-liis line, it is well '.worlb  while to look  o\'ci:  his   stock.  , ��������� ������������������       i; ���������   ���������-''.-������������������' -.  .'"' .-AjkI  now     ;t!i.? Presiihn!, of       the  .Oc'.incil,  F.. Carter Cotton, and   ' the  Minister of Finance, Hon.  It;.. (1. Tat-  lo\v,,-vvill  take a hand in  the Alberni  game; : To; an  oiil-sidc-r .it,tool's  very-'  nuicir as tlioi!;;,li ;. the .politicians are  .overworking the 'district,��������� and -the re-  ������������������ s-tilt, ;wi!l     lie that -each-voter wii'  prelty nearly,  vote." as. he.s-oes   fit.  DUNCANS  TOWNS1TE EXTENSION  ,.  Adjoining the old lownsite of  DUNCANS, V. I."  ' i  A small .aiva lias been laid ofi   m town lots which are no ;w offered  at.  LOW   PRICES   AN   D ON  EASY TERMS.  The  futine  ol   the  Cowichan      District   and   Vancouver   Island  will' evceed   expectations   and   this is a s;oorl  chance * - i safe and  profitahli'   iincsl un nl, '  r  8EE FLANS AM) PlllCES  Agents, J. STEWART J. H  WHITTOME  I.a'lv.smitli,  V.   I. Duncans,     V.  I.  Ji&Z&ise:  M--f-Ti^a^riiri"inir^  Ladysflutb^Doat Dipt. ...  fst-itsW  Launch and Pleasure Boats of All  descriptions for Hire.- Boats built'  to order and Repaired. Spoon oars a  Speciality.  HARRUP AND HAYEDN.  BOAT     BUILDERS.  WaWSSt^mmWrnB^OMm  'farfiTWifflJiifiw  :������������i������jjjj2__  ������*&*'���������'������  aLxi  S  Saturday  FORMEN YQUTS  AND BOYS  ^���������^TOMc-Ma-iM  Fi.sl," stones iii) thc air nowada,\s.  The latest is ihat the S.S Scuatoi  tui a huge .slunk in luo while coiu-  ,ng  irom   tie  wreck ycsteiday.  Theie   is   a big   iiinof  heiiine,  ���������n   Ihe ������i'li.    I ishein'.cn  li'iort'it   lo  / 'C ILc_ I;liege si  veai s.  INDICATIONS  ARE OOOD  FOR A QUARTZ CAMP.  Walter- Jones retiuitta yesterday  or supplies, leaving Tom Service and  \.c\\ llt'llaiiay doing woik on their  . (jii.it t/ locations. Not enough woik  has been (lone as yet to indicate very  imch as to the value "of the locations  Two cases   of thcjalcst  production in these goods armed  this week, and    Ihey    are  beauties.     A   pleasure  to han-  die  them���������made    to  fit.     All  size figures.     New Suits start  at   $iO Suit  ence in his ,c*wn ability  i.s  bound    to  meet     with a fair share of  reward.  This,  of course,  does not mean   that  he need necessarily underrate his rivals, as that sort of thins; frequently  ���������spells  disaster.    The  varying   sta-ges  of thc second test match at   Lord's  cricket ground have  been fairly well  discussc-d by now.    The fixture, however,   afforded   a splendid  object  lesson on the subject under notice^ and  had a third days'-play (on a    good  pitch)  been  possible,   the, men-   who  showed  thc  most     confidence  might^  ('uite likely have w.n.     Cricket is a  pastime,  in  which  caution  is     often  carried lo an excess.     The contrast  of the met hods adop1ed by the English and' Australian ;*atsnien in flicir  fust innings, was most marked. Mak  ing due allowance for splendid howl.  ing,  fielding and a dead outfield,  the  Englishman's rate of scoring      was  very sle.w,  only two  ratsmen,  Tyld-  hley and  Rhodes,  really shaping    in  a confident manner.  We have received today the follow ���������  V i  ing shipment of fruit."       j  I now ii   foi   \e\ctal  accoiding to  Mr.  .Ji nes,    but^every  thing l0i!*-s \������ry promising for  DRYSDALE-STEVrNSCN |  Co.   Ladysmith  Oranges,  Tomatoes, Lemons,     Cherries,   Plums,   Bananas, Apples, Peaches, Apricots,,    Greengages,   Nut/-  ��������� . '��������� ��������� meg Melons.  Orders taken for   preserving -Raspberries  3V. - rf> A-T-"-!--'' *^JI-    g- T ���������_-  '���������--    - ��������� ��������� ���������  i  THE REMAINS,OF  ALFRED THE  GREAT.  ((iiart/. camp. A ^licii'ter trail, can  he  put.    into  Uie camp  than   the  one   m  now bCiiij, used.  'I'-e pic-nic ������i\cn  by  the     Rev   R.  Ho- le   to   ti*.e   Pieshyleriau     Shurch  La.*s'  Onga-fle ve->ierlav,   wa*-s a   Mig "r^^       " .,  sue ess;   The  you���������As*k-r.s  ������pencli.,������r     a      Tllc  '*V���������**  Uac^.tlpc   llagaslu  most   . cniovahle    d.iv.     The  I.r.ga.le ALitu,  Willi a ciew of 108    Ja;aius3x  leli   il.e hoatloi.se about   1   p.m.   for ������ ������������������w at Poit Rimpscn for the   al-  ihc  Kiein ^|.ot  at   the opptsile   sale 1*'.-'c>'-   I>"rpos������  of catching  salmon  in  of  ihchav,   letuinini-  home almnhi- fimadian  waters.     Up:>n orders from  .ill  Ou'lfis   la'nn   foi   pii'.soi*\ iii'-;   r.isp-  bnries at  Simon I.eiser &. Co,  LU.  the Department of Marine and Fis.li-  (i es, she is being detained at" Poit  Simpv n unlil an invest-i-ga*t.ibn can  be nude.  flOnn   MEN'  ARE  EiVG "vCiKD  FOR   ISLAVD   EX"P,LORATT0\T  iWis.  \\. Steele went up  to Nanaimo at noon.  .,' Mi-sV..,;;0". '   R.- :;Knight, and little  daughter-'froiii' Aslicroi't  ai:e . visiting  iVlrs.'- Dr.'' Reyw-.i-kis; for .a few. days.  Mr. 'Knight-is the publisher, of. . the  Ashcroft .Journal,- oiie.' of  the oldest  ���������-iaiKl.-'-bast  known   weekly  papeKi      ol  'llx*.  pi.-()iV-Hice, and .is regarded  as', an  ,: authority on t'ariboo news.   -  - ��������� ���������/  Pieparalions are being mode     by  lie-C.P.R.   foi   avciv   Ihoioiii'h    ev  l*loralion of the Island   This is  ii-idi  iato.l  by  the completeness  of      ar- '    -\fis   Trchearne went  up t*  Nana?  r. u������emen.(s mad." for t,'ie pa'Its that   ���������r) 0n the noon train.  Mr. R., Allan was a passengeri  <*n  (he iron  tram  to Nanaimo.   .o '���������   will u,o oui n\>\t wre'i to l,ej;iii op-  ir-ilions. Il is stud every aire of  ���������-..round w������'l \v mopped and the C P  R. authorities will Know exactly !  what class of land, tin-l'pi, etc., is  in- be fovinl on every part of the 1 ,-  land. Coid men are being put in  jlr    Ho-.ce   th'-  well-Lnown  fcctuKi   fharRe of parlies rtiul aio  (old   '.haT  of UniniiiCL;.     will  visit    i.a<i\smiu.,  ���������    .i^ ���������..���������,, ���������.,., ;���������.,   rears,  oi more,  and hold sen ices in the Vre^byH-nai   ���������    Chinch on   tl e 27th  m*-t.    I'r    Bo\cj ____������������������__������  s  lo'inng  ihe  Pro*.nice,  endeavoring _______  ^r;.r^r.^V"������ ��������� TO OUR LADYSMITH CUSTOMER?   o   AT THE ABROTSFORD.  A. E.   Plauta,  Nanaimo...  W 10.  Winteniute,  Vancouver.  C. R. Bishop,. Victoria.  J). 11.   Mnir,   Victoria.  T. Herb,  Chcmainrs.  .1. Dui'smuii',, Victoria.  )���������" i 't le, \ ic-toria.  Mi    Fowler,' Victoria.  Ike east of Die Province. P-r. Boyce  is a.professor :if ��������� the .University of  Manitoba and  .Manitoba College.  -A  mceti-ng. of 'the  general  committee of tho. Dominion Day��������� Colobratiou  Fund,   will   be     held   in   the     Opera  "House ham'iii'-'tlin-g room  cn Monday, We. thank you for all  past-favors  the 1 - t!i  inst., at 8 o-cloclc sharp. b'.-sjiicss      ties,'which 'circumslanccs  All  nu-*uvh-:rs' please attend. . our customers   will   l.e   made  at-the  Persons   having   accounts     agal'kist.  Company, until  further notice  "tbe committee'must present the- s.inio  to  the  treasurer,  Mr.   P..   Foreimmer  l).y  Saturday,   the  U>th  inst.  Anyon-r-/ h'jldinii; .committee    orders,-  '���������for-p'aviiiRiii, are ri^iteste.'!  io    have  them   cashed ''by   that      date   at the  latest.   . '���������  No..iiecoiinl-s  will  l.e pass-oil l*v the  committee  after. Moii'day  night.  CLOSTNCi   OUT      -RRA-XCH. STORE  Conditions are such that we find  it  to     our advantage  to close out  oui business in Ladysmith.    Tins,   wa icgiel,   as   our   relations  have' t������een  most pleasant  with  our ciislomeis a nd      friends.    We have  sola   out our  stock-   and   iu teres Is   in   the   business     to  Messis.   Blair &   Adaru.   We ber  s);<ak.foi   them wilh oui   cu-itomeis    (he     same good  treatment  (hat  we  have received  while  in  business  here.  while  regretting the  se.\erance    of  make   necessary.   Settlements- with   ���������  present store of .1.  \V. Heddle   &  IN TODAY  RED' PLUMS  EOti   PLUMS'  ."f *������  BLUE   PLUMS  PEA( IIES  APliiCOTS  PEARS  i  APPLES  ORANGES-.  BANANAS  WAH'KRMLOLONS  LEMONS  FRKSfl TOMATOES,  An     influential     meeting has bfeen.  held  at  Winchester  to  consider   the  desimbility  of excavating and     restoring the remains of Hyde  AWbey,  m the outskirts of the city, says   a  London paper.     The city of Winchester   recently  purchaied  the piece of  land on which slot-.l the church     of  Hyde  Abbey,  iu   which  were  buried  King  Alfred and  h,"n queen and-their  son  Edward  the  Elder.    The  alifcey,  , was finally destroyed and levelled to  the giouml 'din'ji-g the erection near  (he silo of the church     of a county  Miflcwell  in   1788.  It is known that the foundations of  the chancel remain on the~plot of  land now purchased, and'it is hoped  Ihat,' by excavating, the exact site of  the high altar may<< be found, and by  that the approxInate spot of King  Alfred's .intciment located.   o <%  .Justice Brewer of the. United States  supreme court said recently: "Bapan  it would seem, has made thc Goddess of Liberty her hired girl."  [SIMON LEISER &C0 Ltd.  OATACRC 8T.  LADYSMITH  "To calm public excitement," the  Tluiipaiian .locl'ey Club, has paid the  dohts of o Bude Pesth bookmaker,  who Ibst  *K-11,500  over the  Austrian  derly.  Lea.e your  oiders  for  PRESERVING    .RASPBERRIES.  BLAIR AND &DAM.  'PHONE 2-4.  LADYSMITl".  Respectfully,  W. T. HEDDLE  CO.  illiuraV Block  jLftAly.-iiaith  PartioularGrooers.  Telephone 1  Messrs.  .1.  II. dooil and  Com-pany,  of  Nanaimo,      have  decided . to c!< scout their      furniture business in this  ��������� .'.-iiv      'Ihey have iitelrucled Mr. Tea-  gne  to sell      out  everything in .stock  at a< ti:a!      c'.si. so  they will at- thv  ri.il  of  tliis      -priseiit   month  ha*.e no  'more to pack up than they cum possibly      avoid.   This  sale   will  give  the  rtsiiicnts   ;��������� if   I..id-.smith   a   gri;at   o,p-  |!or(nuity      lo   fuinisb   up   wrilb   what  .ihey      .'ire      lacKing.   Sale stalls  on  J-'riday  nioiuing.    "*��������� ou  arc advised  to  bt.  on dec'i early anil get. your choice.  A   look   al   (he      prices   will convince  you   it hat.  Ihey are nicaming business.  ���������See hand   bills   now   being distributed  fill   over   I! e city.  Ice. cream and ice cream sodas     at  the drill-* store at iil|- times.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Rev. R. Boyle, pastor.-  Morning Service���������11 a.m.  Sabbath School���������2.30 p.m. i  Evening   Service���������7   p.m.  Bible study class, Wednesday evening at 7.30.  CHURCH OF ENGLAND.  Morning Service���������11 a.m.  Children's  Sunday  School���������2.30.  Evening service and sermon���������7 p.m.  Rev. R. Bowen, Rector..  METHODIST CHURCH.  Rev. W. C. Schlichter, pastor."  Morning Service���������H a.m.  Evening Service���������7 p.m.  Sunday.School���������2.30 p. m.  TEACHERS  Applications are invited for the po-  sitio/;i of Principal of the Ladysmith  school, also for tho positions of teachers Tor the fifth, seventh and eight!  W. G.Fraser  MerchantTailor,  (1st Avenue}  -  Spring Stock on hand. Call early and  g0t your choice.  TT  I:  WE ARE SHOWING THIS WEEK  TWO NEW'LINES OF STOVES MANUFACTURED  BY  O'UR-LOCAL  STOVE WORKS   t ~       ,    *.  prop in and See TheSi  POUR. HOLE KITCHEN COOK   SIX HOLE GRAND UNIVERSAL     i1. ���������������������������-/ ,i 7      , ,   * .  _  $15.00  $35.00  LADYSMITH HARDWARE' CO., Ltd  Chieirlle   Dunn  LENZ  & LEISER  WHOLESALE DRY       GOODS,  MANUFACTUR  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS,   ETC.  SHIRTS, OVERALLS,  ETC,  VICTORIA. B. .C.  THE   INTEHNATIONAL  AUTO  I'.OAT    RACE.  I'uris,   .July   15.���������The   iiifcrnatioiial  au!u i;������at i-;i.ce from Boulogne, France  to      Folkestone   England,  and   back,  co'eriii.e; a dislar.ee of !M  I'l'.lomelre:*,  for a', i-i/e of $8,5(10, will si art       at  (I o'clock  this ironiiiH'-.    The 2   "oin-  pct'tors     comprise   French.,   I'. ��������� 1.isli,  Italian  and   Belgian craft.  5ST'  ���������r,-*?' *"-,y������_r  '^^^^SS^-W9"-  lf^^r^SS^l^^^^S^S^B^3S&r--^SZ  j\  TT  i  I trjl  ���������iii  pi oop  N TABLES FOR  SHIRTS and TIES,  IMMENSE SNAPS  *Z3  Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  "WILLIAMS  -"BLOCK. TELEPHONE  6-7  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  AH  work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  High St.' Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOUR8.  Ah   Wing ft '80,  Merchant Tailors  Ladies' and Uents' Clothes Made to  Order.  PERFECT FIT OUARANTS VV  LADY5MITH,   B.   C  ON  CONFIDENCE.  Confidence plajs a very big and important part towards mkccss, l.e it  n  the  woild  of sport,  busness,   war  or  everyday  life.    Most  readeis     of  these, notes  will proh'a'ily have heard  how the late General Gordon .used lo   divisAoiis.      ApplitraKions   must  be in  inspire the Ohiiuse soldiers with con-   llie  ^nds  of  Ulc  undersigned  by ,4  fidence, .when   that distinguished  ofli-  '���������'  cer was in China.     Mis method   w-as  to  go   into action   linarined,   carrying  only,a   small stick..   This so impressed   the   soldiers,   that   they fi '11 owed i NOTICE  him anywhere, and success was     ti  result. ' So it is wilh business; the, Plll,lic notice is hereby givem that  man who ertlers into an enterprise, no person or persons .shall cut or rc-  with confidence as t\\ the result, is move any timber on {Section I, R. 8,  sure to do Letter than one, whose C'ranlierry District, or any of my-  eft'orts are iKiiiiperiil hy doifi/ts' and hind adjoining, in Bright district,, or  fears. trespai-sin-r,     or  Uicy will he prose-*  To turn  to sport,  the athlete, box-' mied  .-I'-eonling to law. i.':  er,   billiard  player,      cricketer,   foot-' .1 AMES  PATERSON.  bailer,  cyclist,   etc.,   who has confid-      Dated July  11,  1905.  m., on 2(ith of fJuly.  JOHN  STEWART      *  Secretary ,  Board of Schorl Trustees. *"���������'-������������������������������������  MERCHANT TAILORS  NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVED.."i .  Charles Dvnn. of the above firm, visits Ladysmith every Sunday for the  purpose of taking measurements and seeing cu.stomeis personally. May  be"seen at the Hotels.- We guarantee all stock aud a perfect fit at the  lowest .possible tates. Suits fiom $15.00 up. Pants (mm $1.00 up. All  Hand-made: Full line of the Latest supplies ALWAYS carried by Mr.  Dunn. *" . A . i '.,  | |  One hundred acres of land in Cedar district for $350  Two Sheep Farms on one of. the Gulf  Islands, considerable Improvements  -\    Both can be bought tor       $450  JOHN STEWART P. O  Box 268  ItIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANT  CONVEYANCING     * NOTARY   PUI3L1C.  USERS OF  WHITE SWAN SOAP  Stand a good chance to win a  IRAVOPHONE  Every  25-Cent purchase  of White    Swan     Soap     entitles you to a  ticket in the drawing for thi s high grade gramophone.  h  B.FORCIMnEF  WATCMMAKEK,  JEWELER,  OP NCI A nj  All \york done on these premises  isguaiantced to give SATISFACTION. Prices moderate.  First Avenue,   XXX     Ladysmith,   B. C  H  Stoves  toves  i-rfSJit-" Xr-'vl- ���������"���������*'������  We are making them" of the Newest   Pattern and Latest  Styles.  WE DO ALL KINDS OF FOUNDRY WORK  Our Prices are Reasons, hie  SEE OUR   NEW STOVES IN BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  LADYSniTH IRON & STO V E W ( I h 5 C 0��������� LTD,

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