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 1   I  ;:duncan5   .   ,  LADY5niTH  I LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.  fine- Daily  & DUNCANS  ������������������i-K +i~Wr4- ������������������^������������������H--H'-H-H-H^H-*H������H-M������"H'  VOL. 2,  TUESDAY,   JULY   18,   1905.  PRICE   FIVE    CENT  CUMBERLAND DID HtR  SELF CREDIT  '*.  IV'  Or  i  Local Newspapers  Say the  Sports Were Great  Success  Results of |'he Shoots and  Other Sporting  Events   '  Tlic sports at Oumjiiirland, says  the Cumberland News, passed oil  with great credit to the committers  in charged Most of thc events were  keenh' contested, which of course,  made it all the more inlciestiig for  thc 'spectators. On the whole, rjuni-  berland did herself credit in providing such an. excellent day's sport.  The shoot in the  morning was pulled off satisfactorily 1o all.     Seven  visitors were present. Thc loaal ,hoys  kept' some of  tlie prizes '"to home.-'  "Perliaps- lhe  most .interesting..event  was the team snoot, when a warn cf  three visitors arid  a local  man car-  ' ried off the owe.    The light      was  varying and made il .difficult to see  the  birds properly.  Results'   Sweepstakes,     money divided among .las.  .Easthon, ,Jno. Easthon, ,R. .Easthon,  W. ,R. Holt.  .15  birds  known  angle���������1st,  T.    E.  Bate;  2nd,     and 3rd- divided  among  Jno.  Easthon,   .Ino.   Horbury,    Jas.  Easthon,  W. R.  Holt. "-  10 Birds, unknown angles���������1st, II  McPhee; 2nd Jno. Easthon; 3rd, T.  Hudson.  Team shoot, 10, unknown angles,  winning (team, C. Martin, W. Adams,  J. Vawden, O.  II.   Fechncr.  5 double raises, 10 birds���������1st TL  Easthon; 2nd T/E. Bate, 3rd, R.  R. Napier.  Jack Rabbit 1" hinds, each shooter  to get ten cents for each bird killed  and high man to take the balance���������  High man,  C.  Martin.  At  1.20 the    Orangemen,  followed  by the citizens,   marched  to the   io  creation grounds where several   icit  little speeches  were made.  The mayor extended the visitors  a mosthenr-  ty welcome and   the  freedom of     he  burg.      ,-;,'; ���������������  After the preliminaries were V. ae  through the.excellent,programme was  called  off   and  the  fun  began.    Win-  DISSOLUTION NO YET  SIGHT  Balfour U/ges His Support'  ers to be Regular to Pre  ^   vent Govt's Defeat  Prime Minister Expects to  Bring Session to Close  on August 12th.  CITY COUNCILLQRSfiOFOR INTENSE IHEAT NOW IN RAILROAD DISASTER ill  MILK  London, July 18.���������Premier Bal  four has dissipated the hopes of his  opponents of an early dissolution of  parliament.. At a meeting of Unionist  today, lhe Premier urged his suppor-  leis to he regular in their at<len-  dance at thc 'House of Commons so  as to prevent the defeat of the 1 government as the result; of a snap division.    (   ' '   *        '������������������"***���������    ������������������ ���������  -  ���������  He pointed;out  that a dissolution  in  August would be inconvenient  to  the  house and  to   the .country. -The  Premier     said he ..did. not- anticipate  any   trouble   in  bringing the session'  to a close, during, the "week ending on  August   12.    Joseph   Chamberlain, ,in  a brief speech,   said  that while      he  formerly' differed   w-Hh 'Mr'.'lTralfour  in  tlwilkiiiig there should he an early  (lissolulioii,      he now  thought  there  was  no good -reason' why .'parliament  should   he  dissolved  so soqu.      . ',  No Quorum Being Formed,  Aisembled Aldermen  MakelTour of City  The Mayor Leads the Way,  and all Needed Street Improvements are Noted  Fortv-one People Are Prostrated and Ten Have.  Died  People are Living in Hopes  of Having Cool Spell  This Week  FELL FROM  HOSE| REEL  St.'John, N.B.,.Jnly IS.���������Richard  Logan, -eleven -years old; -was killed  and Otis- 'Mullen,* fifteen,'" was badly  cut and bruised; by. falling, off-ajhose  reel on -which they- were "hanging  while' going to a fire on Adelaide  street.'    '      '   \  L '- *  ners:    ._������������������<,������������������.  Boys' footrace, 12 years and un1������������������*.  1st, J. Walker; 2nd, Stant.  ���������Boys' footrace lfi years and    -yr,  1st,  R. Magnone;  2imI, O. Harrison.  Girls'-' Footrace, 1(1 years and i.n-  der, .1st, ��������� Creech;   2nd, L. Tlunden.  One mile footrace, 1st, L. Good;  2nd, W; Billy.  One mile bicycle race, lopen, lst/VV.  Hunter;  2nd, R.  Johnson.  100 yards dash, 1st, Ferguson, 2nd  Gerard.  One mile bicycle race, ,15 years ami  under, 1st, R. Mag-none; 2nd, A.'Walker. ���������   *-"������������������ ��������� ���������  Half mile footrace, open, 1st, Ferguson; .2nd, W.'Logan. -  Italian bowling,match, S. Magnone  100 yards footrace, Orangemen only, 1st, II. Walker; 2nd, F. Mcintosh  Two mile bicycle race, open, 1st,  W. Hunter; 2nd, L. -JEMtoet.  Running high jump, 1st, Ferguson;  2nd, T.  Hudson.  Quarter mile footrace, open, 1st,  Ferguson; 2nd, L. Good.  Pole vaulting, 1st, 4J'. Picrcy; 2nd,  T. Hudson.  fill-yards footmcc, 1st, A. Chal,inersi  2nd, W. Piercy. '������  Half mile bicycle race, open, 1st,  R. Johnson; 2nd, W.  Hunter.  Needle threading,race, 1st, IT. Cam  eron;  2nd,  A.  Walker.  Japanese one 'mile bicycle race, 1st  Tafada,  2nd,  Yuen.  100 yawls footrace, W. C. Co. employees, 1st,' Chalmers; 2nd, A.'Walker.  :"0 yards footrace, 1st Ferguson,  2nd,  Gerard.    "' '������  Throwing the hammer, 1st, Killeen  2nd, T. Hudson.  Putting the shot, 1st, T. Hudson;  2nd. Killeen.  Best window,  C. J. Moore & Co.,  A FIRE THREATENED  IN CUMBERLAND.  The  Cumberland .News  of  Friday,  the llth  inst., says:   Thc diigh-wind  of Sunday carried the vfirc-from the  slab  pile  in  the swamp  to the; rub-  bish-about  the  track,  and  for a time  the     sawmill   was  in  danger.    What  few  fire  lads  were  in   town "that Hay  tiliiclvly ran the cart down,''and after  some  trouble,  ajiul .sacrifice  pLJt.hejr  Sunday  clothing,: ''succeeded in icxtin-  gui'shiiiQ-     the* creeping terror.' Had-  Ihe     sawmill^ > gone,., with',the wind  blowing  as   it was,   No.fishaft buildings, and  then the.whole town would  probably  have gone.  There was no meeting of the council  last evening, a-rj-uormn not   being  formed.   Those  of the council     who  worked their way  to  the top of the  hill  and  stood  around   the city  hall  entrance, discussed "men and things"  ami     waited  in  vain   for  their less  faithful comrades.   Mayor Cobiirn ami  A Mermen  Blair,   Nicholson and   Bryden were present. L  ^There  was  no  important  business  to be transacted so no -doubt the city  will     manage    to scrape alon.   this  week-without the usual  meeting    of  its fathers having taken place.  There  is a sort  of dogged determination -about our  mayor and  aldermen, .and  they would  not allow   the  opening     day  of  the  week  to  pass "  without devoting  some  of  their lime  to city affairs,   and besides, there is  no  fun'in climbing  the  precipice for  notili'ng,    so-they formed themselves  into a regiment, and under the generalship  of  the mayor, left the    city  hall at a quick ;march,   proceeding up  Roberts street'in the direction of the  woods,- to. see if they could find  any  place    where"' street; improvements  were needed.   With admirable energy  they, traversed every street, dotting  down    on," apiece of. paper all the  needed improvements.   Darkness  came  on and .they, were still at ill.   Over  stones and stumps, along every dusty'street' 'they  strode.  The tour of  inspection  must  require  nearly      as  much ..energy as the weekly' meetings-  Chicago and Detroit Spe  cial Dashed Into Freight  Train  Wrecking   Ons   Car  and  Killing An Engi  neer  ARE TIRED OF  EMPEROR NICHOLAS  Zemstovists   and   Dumaists  Moscow Favor Deposition  of the Czar  of  Chicago,   Ills.,   July   18.���������After  41  persons had been   prostnaled, and ten  of them had died, during the hottest  day  up to date this season,  a breath  of cool air relieved    Chicago       last,  night. The      relief��������� was  short lived.-  After     a few hours thc wind veered  again  and   tlie   heat  was   intense al  through      tbe early  morning' hours.  Cooler  weather  is declared   to be   in  store     the latter part of lhe  week.  The maximum  temperature'of   yesterday,  1)5,   equalled  the .record     of  last summer,   which,  by an odd coincidence, was made on the same dav,  July 17th. .\   .  JACK  WKLCH WILL  TELL WHO WINS FIGHT  San     Francisco,     Cal.,  July  IS.���������  JaJk   Welch,   of  San  Francisco,    has  been named  to,referee the  Britt-Sullivan  contest  at  Woodward's  Pavil-  lion next Friday night.    -  Rochester, N.Y., July IS.��������� By  tlic wreck of a freight car in the  east Rochester yards of the New  York Central this morning, Engineer  Jas. Clark, 0l Dcwitt, was fatally  injured and died iu a hospital .shortly after. Fireman Id. Flossey of  Buffalo, was scalUcd and a passenger  named Geo. White, ��������� a negro of Chicago, was .slightly "bruised   and  cut.  .The     Chicago and   Detroit special,  due    .here from the,cast at 4 a.m.,  crashed jn'to   the" freght near      the  culvert--street  crossing and   Engineer  Chirk,   Fireman   Flossey  were caught  in (be wreck.   None of the other passengers   were   injured.    The   railroad  otlicials   hla,me   Engineer Clark,  who,  tlK-y      say,   ran   past   tlie   Brighton  lock.  And Establishment of   Regency  For His Infant Under Four  GrandDDukes  A   LARGE   NUMBER     * *  OF MEN TO SERVE *  THE  RUSSIAN CZAR. *  St.   Perterbtug,   July   18.���������It *  is   announced   that  <17!),2-(ij men *  will be called  to  perform   miii- *  tary service during  the  present *  year. *  ***********    *    *****  A QVEEN^ON  AN    l'y\���������-y ,  ..AUTOMOBILE TOUR  Turin;! Italy.,.. Julyl8'.���������It is"learned  that  Dowager. Qtiefen jMarguorita will  go     on  an automobile   tour ���������through  Spain;     and Portugal in September,  and   will  visit America,  sailing     on  the German, steamer.. ;���������: '.  LANDSEEKERS   COMING   TO.  VANCOUVER   .ISLAND.  Quite a number  of'people are visiting Duncans every week locMng the  country over and   buying .or    on I cm-  plating the purchase of land. The C.  P.R. always do things  regardless'of  cost.       The   parties   being  seiit  gut;  will soon -tfive. to'the world   ��������� ���������< rrect  stal'eiiieiit of the  natural, wealth    of  Vancouver  Island,   then look   out fur  an  emigration   boom".  Mr.   J. IT.   Fianck,  agent for Simon  Leiser &   Co.,   Ltd.,"-'-js'in      this  city on  business  today.  .:���������; o :������������������  C. S'heppai'd, a San Francisco boxer, arrived here &\ the S.S. ITricolar  this  morning.  SETf LING UP  AFFAIRS  Tlie Celebration Committee  Held Meeting: Last  Evening:  The attendance al the Dominion  Day celebration committee's meeting  last night was rather slim, but a  very considerable amount, of business  was transacted. A number of bills,  were ordered to be paidi  Mr. Forciimmer brought up the matter, of. the debt .on. the   pavil'jon.  lie  said the trustees had on hand nearly  sufficient money, gained  from the ren  tal of the place,  to pay the debt-.IT.  It'^woirld require, he thought, 'about  $9 or     $10 more than  the trustees  liiad to clear the debt, altogether. It ���������  was  moved by Mr.   Allan,   seconded  by, Mr. Cele; that the������������������ohairman and  treasurer  inteiview  the  trustees,  receive from them thc money they have  on hand  aiyl add  to it whatever     is  necessary to pay off all debts,    now  standing on  the building.   Carrted.  Mr. Forcimmer informed the meeting that the trustees had been fortunate enough to rent the building  again for five dollars a month.  The-chairman-reported  that Messrs  Russell and Stewart had kindly  consented to a"dit the hook's. The meeting: adjourned" till  the. call  of     the  chairman.  BRITAIN'S  BATTLESHIPS  ************        *        *****  r  MANY EMIGRANTS  "���������  HAVE SETTLED  ���������  1  * 'j IN ONTARIO. *  Toronto,   Out.,   July  18.���������Ov-   *  er. 18,000     emigrants have set-   *  '"    tkd     in      Ontario, so  far   this   *  '   year. ' *  ��������� * ��������� *   *.*.**  * ��������� *,  *   *   *  * , * *  ELECTROCUTED  I IN WATER  TI.unilt.on, Onl., July IS.���������An 1S-  year-old lwy named Ilildrelh, has  been electrocuted while in bathing.  He came in contact with a wire  which was charged with electricity  from a guy wire of the Hamilton,  Grimsby and Reamsville Electric  Railway.  St. Petersburg,  July IS.���������A sensational rumor i.s current here     today  that a large party  of  the, Zemstovists and  Dumaists at Moscow  are in  fiV-'or  of  the proclamation   of   thc deposit ion   of  Em.peror Nicholas      ml  thc estalriismcnt     of a regency     for  the Grand Duke  Alexis  Nikelaievitch  (the- infant   son  of the Emperor and  heir to (lie throne) under, four grand  dukes.   It is alleged  that for  this rea  son   die   meeting  of  the   ail-Russian  Zemslvoist   and    Dumaists'   congress  WITTE PREPARING  FOR .  TRIP TO WASHINGTON.  St.  Petersburg,   July  18.��������� M. Witte  had     a final  interview with Emperor  Nicholas at  Pctcrshoff  today.     Foreign  .Minister Count Lamsdorff   was  present,   showing  the  complete  harmony of view between M.  Witte and  the foreign minister. M. Witte leaves  St.   Petersburg  for  Paris  tomorrow,  accompanied   by   Mrs.   De   Wille.Al  Paris  they meet  their daughter", who  i.s  wife of the secretary of the Russian  lagation  at  Brussels.   Mrs.    De  wlur-ii   was   to   take  place  tomorrow   Witte has no intention of joining her  at Moscow has  been prohibited. husband  later in  America.  MANILA BANK PAYS  FORTY PER CENT.  Manila, July 18.���������The depositors ot  the American, Bank will receive forty per cent, of their claims. The American Bank was closed on May J 8th  last, rn an order  given  by  Governor-  SIX BURNED    5  TO DEATH  Wabash, Minn., July 18.���������Six "-persons were burned to death in a "fire  which destroyed the depot hotel here  today. The dead are: Mis. A-. Hoffman and baby, Robert Johnson; expressman; Gertrude Stentzer, Rebecca Hermann, James Hunt. -The'ruins  are being searched for other victims.  TRICOLOR  ARRIVES  She Towed Into Esquimau  the Umatilla, Lightning  Disabled  SS.   Ti icolar arrived  in port   this  morning, for a full cargo of coal, 'i'he  Tricolar while, passing .Cape Flattery  found  the Umatilla lightship'floating  abo'titi;.;;:  disabled,- her engine  having-  broken'down.    The  captain  of     the  Tricolar   towed.the disabled   ship  to  Esqiuimalt   and      leaving  her  there,  came    .on to Ladysmilh and started  loading her cargo  this  morning.  It is understood tliat the coinpany  owning the Tricolar will enter -i  claim   for  salvage.  BARON VON  ENDE'S DEATH  Authorities   Say   He Killed  Himself, hut Foul Play  is suspected  New York, July 18.���������Baron Yon  Endc, brother of Baron Krupp's widow, has been found dead on his estate in the province of Cordoba,  says the Herald despatch, from Buenos Ay res, Argentine. The Baron  had   been   killed   by   two  shots  and,  i  ac-coiding   lo authorities,  inflicted by  himself.    However,  there  cion of four play.  is a suspi-  CREW OF THE  QUADRA  HAVE; LEFT. THE SI-TIP'  The deck crew.j.pf. the. .government  steamer Qu.iilra.'.le/t.,,the-isteam*r at  Victoria yesterday on account of alleged bad treatment by First Officer-  Pope. Captain Hackett endorsed the  actions of the First officer, and refused lo receive a petition from the  men regarding better treatment.  NARROW  ESCAPE  Woman's Stove Blown Up  -(     By Stick of"  Giant  Powder  WINDFALL  FOR  A  DESTI-  ::'': .;' TUTE   MUSICIAN.  Mr. A. A. Davis,' of Nanaimo, >ls in  town today. He will attend the Eagles' session tonight.  Misses Frost and Boyle, are camping   with   Mrs.   Priets's   (Extension)  party over  the  bay.  FRENCH GIRL  PLEADS GUILTY  Of The Murder of Emil Gen-  drone and is Remanded  For Trial  New York, July 18.���������Berthe Clai-  chc, lhe French girl limdicted for murder iu the first, degree yesterday by  the grand jury for killing Emil G-cn-  dron, pleaded-guilty today, ajid was  remanded for trial An attempt w,',s  made to secure an early trial for the  girl and she will have to remain in  prison until the session and until ei-  ��������� er cases ahead  of her arc tried.  The gii'l,  who  says  that  for     six  years   past Gendron   nuule  her  life'  miserable, nnd that she killed him on  July 8  to escape his slavery, looked  very pale when led back to her 'ong ���������  wait in-prison.   Sympathetic women  who sent a lawyer to defend her during  the     preliminary   . examination,  have  retained  legal   counsel  for   her  during the coming trial.  AT  THE   ABBOTSFORD.  T. C. Fisher, Nanaimo.  J.  H. Franck,". Victoria.  J.   W.  Misiner,   Seattle.  A.  A.  TVavis, >Nanaimo.  ,  W...Thomas, Crofton.  Mr.   John  Mahror,  of Nanaimo,  Is  here  on  business   lodav.  \  \ A few weeks  ago a Hungarian vio-  Cliulham, Ont., July 18.-Mrs.; Ci,  Carswell had a narrow escape from  death Sunday. Some person had  placed a stick of dynamite in her  kitchen stove on Saturday night and  when Mrs. Carswell was get ling her  breakfast Sunday morning there was  an explosion and the slovc was  blown up.    Mrs.  Carswell  was iii the  Bi.st building as a whole, S*. Leiser &���������  Co.,  Ltd.  'Iho    firemen's   wet   test,   run     30  yards    and  couple   hose  to'.-hydrant,  licst  time  in getl.'ng  water;   won  by  team No.  .1   ;-ii 2!) 2-5 seconds.  The baseball in -the morning was in  favor of the local team, with 10 to  5. It was a "hot game"'' and everyone" enjoyed the sport.  The. football match in the evening*,  between  Ladysmilh- and  Cumberland,  proved' ���������most  interesting  to  a large  niimb-r  of     inUnis-iastic spectators.  The   p'av   resulted   in   a-tic and   the  money  was .equally   divi'idcd  between  the  two   teams.    Both   sides   played  bard and t,o  wiii,  and  the referee did  excellent work.  I    An  enjoyable  dance was held      in  ; the city hall Jn the evening.  General Wright, and its affairs were , ,,an(_ry at the time of the explosion  placed in charge. of an insular auditor. The reason given at the time  was the: protection of its depositors.  On May 20th the At'torn-cy-Getvcral  applied foi the appointment of a receiver.  The   Laidysmith  footballers  are determined   lo   have  an excursion,   and  if   the custom   authorities   will     not.  let     them Jj-i-ve'fit  on Sunday," they  will  have it on a week {|<ay, and     it  will lie a moonlight trip at that. The  date is  not yet definitely  announced,  but will     prol'-a'bly be fixed shortly.  Those who take the trip can rely upon a pleasant  outing.  Several parties of C.P.R. surveyors passed through the city on the  noon train from Ifictoria.  porary assistance as a foreign artist  in distress. The violinist, who could  not speak a word of English, -mod  Very grateful for this and oilier tip  given him, and acted on the ulvice  lli'.T,!, he should write his friends in  Hungary and obtain means of retiming to his native country. Nothing  more was heard of him at the Palace Theatre until a. few days ago,  when a fellow-countryman   of   Knn.lyi  called at   the tin all' and  slmwr-d     a  expresses  pleasure al  being bade here  ^^  ^   ||)<?  .^.^   whn   ^   p,_  turned  to      his   native  cimnlfv.  and escaped   injury.    She  had  received a .threatening letter the  week   before,   and . it is thought  to  be       the  work  of some   insane person.   o   Mr.   A.  Hutchinson,  who has been  doing contract work ip.tr Banff for the  past few  months,   returned  to  Ladysmilh     on Sunday.   Mr. Hutchinson  linist,  named Karolyi, applied  to the  management of   the Palace Theatre,  London,      Tor an engagement, not rn  the orchestra,  but as a "single turn"  on the stage.   The musician accepted  the . offer   to give  atrial   performance!  one ������������������morri.fng before the manager, the j  result of which was a disappointment  to  the artist.    Although his. .playing,  was of a high order,  it  was dcci I ������������������!  that the "turn" would  not, suit tliat  particular  theatre.    A-month        ium:  it came to the knowledge of the i : !-  ace Theatre that   the  Hungarian, i.ot  having  been  able   to  obtain an  ga 'cuicnt  in  London,   was in  a      '.te  ol   -.lrstitiilioii,      and   he was   advised  how  to set to work  to-obtain  NEW BATTLE SHIP FOR  MERRY ENGLAND  Will Be  the Largest and  Most  Powerful Ever  Con^  structed  London,   July  .18.���������Construction    of   Dreadnought,   as   this battleship will  aga'.n, and amongst his old friends  He says, with all its faults, Ladysmith is far ahead of Banff.       ... .:  Three officials of the United Mine  Workers passed through on the morning train from Nanaimo to Victoria.  told   a st;*ry   of, how,   haviiigwril'len  a cousin   for  help,   he  had  received   a  letter informing  him  that   'lis   ,    .<e-  aliouts had lieej-i for some time   ��������� ujif.  the  largest  a.nd   most   powerful  battleship   in   tlic   world   i.s soon   to   begin  at   the  Portsmouth   dockyard.   It  I em-   is   planned   to "build   the   vessel   from  the  laying  of the keel  plates  to  the  hoisting  of   the  pennant   in   a period  of sixteen months.   Thirty "*U*  thirty-  six   months  is  the   average time     at  present devoted   to'the   building      of  halfles'ln'i's   of smaller size.   This   rapidity   is caliiclatfd   to  result,  in      a  great economy,   buI ������, nevertheless  the  cos I   ii; estimated  at   nearly  $1(1,000,-  0(1(1.    So  heavily   will   this   vessel   be  anni'd  that  she v-ill  he equal   to any  two   bal lb-ships  low  afloat,   and  her  striking power at  such a range     as  lint,  which   the engagemen(opened   in  the battle of the Sea of Japan  will  in vain, and that a distant relative \)C as great as any three battleships  bad died. and left him a fm tine of of the orcliiiar-r type. The displace-  over   ������20,000, ^   ment   wiU  ^ ab^ut  lg^OJ)0   tc>ns   Tkg  bo called, wil'l mount 12-inch guns  of (he latest type, throwing three  8f0-pound shells every two minutes.  The vessel will be able to steam at  upwards uf 2ii knots an hour. She  will can-}'  no  secondary  arament.  The elimination of lihefi-inch  guns,  borne   by .practically   all   the  battleships of lhe world  hitherto, is- one of  thc main   lessons  deducted  from   the  long ramge  actions  which  have been  fought  in   the  Far East,    The essential  feature of  a battleship  in  modern     conditions,  it   is now  realized,  must  be  the  ability   to  deliver   stunning blows  at  a distance  of five  or  six  miles and  this   the Dreadnought  wilh her dir/on great guns,   will   be  able to  do with terrible effect.     No  battleship has hitherto mounted more  than four  of these weapons. ���������"���������"-.~iS>  *M������a-aiw  IHE DAILY LEDGES  published   every day except Sunday.  ������Y        THE        DAILY        LEDCEH  COMPANY.  Offices,   Ladysmith  and   Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  90  cents   a  month-,    $5   per   year    in^  advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  Tl RSD\Y,   -H LY   IK,   J������������"������-  '    des&Ss -tiff,  V^>*-fc^''-'-'-" ���������'-'-' "-- ^?y_*3r''^g^''S!a'^-^l**^l'^, >iJ!>^i3'J!  Tnri-.s SHOULD P.E coon  SLvtly rmploMiient a1 mm s, l.*c  lo.ifs .u,d mills >������������������ a city dependent.  U,i ,is pr.S|UMitv on lis voilom;  hin,^ pi.,-.i������-"tv. H ^ "'��������� 1('ss u'  il,e u.leiesl of ihe mon who vol1" i"  llk. m,i[s ���������i mines thai th.-yh.ne  ,vi*;uL.i employmcnl al a fail waiy  ilijn it is i0 the men who fa.\c m-  v.sU-.i hiue sums in cslal.li-lm^  sl(,u- lo. siiimhim; the neces-,arir*s  ���������[ ������ne -.ihl all must de well jor poni-  ly 'as woik isu^.Liro.ul 'well-paid,  ���������r o;l.c������isr I^t  w������k *>i0? ������or  i-un  .ticw  v/ceKs in  a minina.      ���������������������������*.*,  excel)I   it   he for  some   cause   that    ���������'���������  veil      i-ndc.stood      and    when  it  i*.  ,,nov.n      that   lhe suspension  ol  won  will l.e onh   lempmary, and dei'lou-  ���������1P   r.-ulls   ensue.    Men   who      own  homes are toi ml  io ������o awav .'.������1   hc-  ow  life  ."iiram,   meichants   rail      >���������"!  lo   intL-nupied   Hade  conditions,   an I  ,-, town   ioi   >caib  piospe.ous,  bo   al  most  wiped oh  tho map  l<"*oi lunalcly  it   sul-.e.s   tl.e   iliict*,alions   of  .i coal nneiit   to at   least  a small -l'oioc       oi  miui.iw  (amp, has Joss  icason   in r.Mi Jmdi    All   .ue  paid   niunll.lv   and      in  for   ihe  Inline  Hun,  prolvnH   ,      r.ny'ca-h     Theie   aie  no  m.npanv stores,  iithei   coal lmnno, town on  the Pan-   and,   nllogclbei,   theie  is  u.ud  be  Coast     The ic.v-.ons  me ol^'ou-,  Theie  is      im <iy*eslion  of  the v.lint  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver^ St. Job**, N.B.  L-53S "  Ladysmith  Covering  Old Surfaces  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 Maple Leaf brand nf varnishes, buggy  paints, etc,., in fact we have every- i  thing to beautify the home,  Wallpapers    from 10c to $1.00 per.  Double Roll.  Painting and  paperhanging done at  reasonable rates, at.  HARRY  KAY  FIRST AVENUE  LADYSMITH A EWE r NO. Ml. F.  O. E.     :-:        :-:        :-:       :~i  Meets in the Opera House 1st end  ���������jrd Tuesday at 7.30 p.nT Worthy  President,  B   Forcimmer;..    Worthy  Secretary. C. H. Ruaualnge.  -  DAY SCHOOL  ,  ���������^^^   ,  ' i      ��������� 'iij ���������     j      ^       J   -> _ .������ i  Usual-subjeats taught; also languages, drawing inf.pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils aad water cel-  ors, pianoforte and vocal leasons ������1t-  cn in classes or indivieuaUy.  MISS BERTRAM,  Ladysmith. B   O.'  Canadian Pacific  j -.'        * **  ^Railway  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������������������������������� i  ATLANTIC STEAMTHIP TICKETS  '   Tickets on Sale To and From all European Poin's  ': AT LOWEST RATES .  ALL LINES   RKPRKSEXTED.  For' Sailing Dates, Rates and ful 1  information,  HOTEL DOMINION  Under New Managmant  Hotel'Wilsqti  *        \*  .. i   ���������     -' * T-i       -n-  Nanaimo, B.C.:  McKinnell &Woodbiink.  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly. Tlwt Clata..  Commercial Mens' ,beadquatteis. ( .  Fire Proof    Building.     , ,    >  8C Govt.  Sheet, Victo'iia B.C.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist. Freight &.. Pass.Ag*.  ������������������akl'������*������^-*a'������'Htt'H;"������--^^^  '1  .1  AGE NTS.  I  oi.tpul   is  always   Tan,   if   not   good  Spent'.. There   seems,   however,  In  addition  to  lhe SCO emplojccs ���������( f    ( ���������Hates J1.25 and$1.5(���������������  j.hi.oi ing towns may affect our pros-  YvtmiMMio all steamboat landings and  no  the     (ollieiics   compain,   about   HO   i  men  aie nt  woik   m  the  woods  h.icl-.  of lhe     city a few  miks.    The T>ce  Smeltci      Company-   Hie   Ladjsmith  Luii-ibi'!   Company,    I lie   S(o\e      and  Ladvsmilh, althmigh    hon      Company,   each   give  emplo*}-  ica.son to anticipate any such trouble. K\ crythun^;, so far as Ladysmith  is  concerned,   loots  well.    If every-  railway Jet ots.    Electric care every five  minutes to all  nod table unercellnl  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  THE JONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  and, nllogcitiei, i,neie is -uiu- lo  ���������ncn whose homes .ue in Ladvsmith  jn'l \icinity, in lhe iieuM <nhooil of  and wiluc- ol lhe coal incasuio, U,. seNenty-five tbous������,n I dollais cail.  coal can be cheaply and safely mm-j month. Times should be go.,.! There  ed ,n shipping lacihtirs jfnd lh.-di-1 seems to be a little r������li.i6 on the  mind     lo.      the  UVliington  Coll.e.s'' pa. t  of  some   IhU  conditions  -one  will agree with these views and VANCOUVER B, C.  will ^o on a'"' impiove  their proper-  tics and liclp   toitld up a gipo-l, live   ma^tm^B       ���������   ���������   ��������� i i i   i     ���������  towr,   wc may have in*>������lc of a very  tew  months     one  of  ihe best    and  busiest little cities in British Columbia.  muwnf UV|Wt������.       .J.UIJ...V Kimau ^.-*" j   ������.������������. ���������,_,t ...;v  minutes to all par's of  tie eily.   Bar Qooa Table, Qoed Bed.a������d~Qo������4Bat  -���������������-"-������������������������*��������������� (Half Bleck fram Depet.)  ;   >  GAT ACRE   STREET-  - Lady smith.  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Gcvd tables and g-nod  Rooms  PORTLAND HOTEL  ANGELOTATE, PROP.  Boaid at reasonable  Rates  The liar is extra   well  Stocked  xpressini  Light or Heavy Teaming  Wood riid Hark for Sale  BLGGIES  FOR  HIRE ,'~*   '-   Seed   KEMP,  or lca-.e orleis  Leish.'s Transfer Stables  'PHONE 6-0.  at  FIRST   AVENUE  NOTICE.  Fiom this date tbe undersigned  will not he responsible for any indebtedness incurred- except on a  wntten order signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.-  V.   I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.   -      ���������   '  Victoria, B. C7, May 18th, 1905.  .-   . -   -���������^���������-���������^=,  .Healers In   Pianos and  Organs..  I a<1> smith, B.C.  The ������oiufortable way  EVERYTHING THAT'S GOO^ IN  TRAVEL IS YOURS IF\  I  YOU-USE THE  , r  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  Ladysmith, b. c.  .Convenientto E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager.  !  ������!  THOS. KIDDIE.  Smelter Manager. |  fer������i'4������'ferft-**������JI>lJ  . ��������� _. - ' - W. SILER. '  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  W������RK PROMPTLY DC; "-.  Leare orders at. the Abbotsford.  LADVSMITH SHAVING  PARIORS  HIGH STREET.  :���������:���������: Beat" in the City :���������:-*|  i v.;,.  YUEN  Merchant Tailor  l  Overlands  Dally  i  l.aclsvmith  H$l fP  B   C  Kind  TH6 CITY MKRK6T  R. Williaoison Prop   '  jst. Avenue Ladysmilh B. C.  of  , x_i_ i^i__M"i_-a-i������ ti1.  J^3S������3-.C  *-������.-"?? v'-f-r*'':.-"iSliiI3EE3&  if  ublie Notice  Attention is called to the      lact that the  Ogilvie Flour fiills Co.,   Limited,  makers  of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR.      have for some time������������������;���������  past been producing flour in a   vastly   improved  and   purifiea form    ���������'  by  the aid oi KLECTRICITV. ^  '  and  having aecurtrd control  of   *U ihe basic patents relating; there-.-  to, tahu  lliis opportunity of .-���������. dvising  the  public   that auy   iinauth-  ori/.ed users of  the electrical.    ������our purifying piocessi^s   will be prosecuted.  Ogilvie Flam' Mills Company limited  -ire tho c/i-dy    millers in Cauuda whoso   Fiom1. v*  puiified by iiao electric process  Job  This   Hotel   has    been  completely  Board and lodging  $1.00  per day.  renovaled.  r"i  -*o  5  k..^.--.  PRETORIA  l>ar   Supplie..!   with   the  Uest    Wines,  Lhiuocs and  Cigars. 1st Avenue :-:  :-: Ladysmith B.C.  n  $    1*1 ������&  C^l-  1  ���������hi  Geo. Roberts  Prop  DanePrbnipJlyartd  At  laC-,-    -3.  5"  HILBERT  i  HENRY'S NURSFRIES  NEW CROP-  Home Grown &  Imported,  GARDEN,    FIELD     an4  FLOWER  Passentjerscan loaVe Victoria| daily  at O.'IS i>.m., or 9 p.m., where'close  connections is made to all points  East. ��������� "   ,- ���������  "Famous Fly'ei" leaves Seattle 8 a.m  "Fast Mail" leaves Seattle ... 18 p.m'  2 NIGHTS TO ST.  PAUL.      ]  .1  nighls to Chicago.     *  1  NIGHTS TO  NEW  YORK.-  SIIORTEST ROUTE TO  ALL; KOO  TEN AY POINTS.  AL'ROSS    THE    MOUNTAINS    IN  DAYLIGHT,  on-or address  S. O. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN.  G.W.p.A., 71 Gevctnment st  Seattle, Wash. ' Victprii. B.C.  SEEDS.  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.     Catalogue free.  3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver.  F HcB Young  BARR1STOR and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO,  RATBS |t.<w PBS DAY  &4UM,3 ROOM9   ���������  BAR SUPI'WED WITH B**9".j|  WINES, MQOORS, CIOARt,  MpTSFORD HOTEL  .Beetaocomodatton ia town.   Splendid huutiug anJ fishing in near Tieinity.  A. J. McMURTWE. Proprietor LADYSMITH, B.  JM*������*-������**������*������**������*������*������*������*^^  X  m  *  *  *  *  *  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK  A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  m  ���������1  i  * PHONE 66  LADYSMITH 1)1  ^���������JK������JM3*-;������*������*������fc������*������**^  WM. MUNSIE, President  "     J. W.  COBURN, Maa.  Direetec j  Telephone^.  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co  Ltd;  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-Shingles a Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers     ol���������  '    Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  jeuoned a������4  Kiln Dried  Flooring     and   Finishing    Lamaec  la   Stoct  UADYSMi ������lt  Are You  Going East  The* be sure your tickets read   via  tbe  Office  1st   Avene  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS i. with the  through trains from the Pacific  Coast.  THE , SHORTEST LINE, THE  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST  TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information  as''  your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General  Agent,  720 2nd Ave., Seattle..  TICKET   OFFipE  Cor. Government .   and  Yates 'Si"i,  Victoria, B.C*  Trains  Transcontinental  trains Daily  V Hi  3  3  THE CANADIAN BANiq  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up'Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund; $3,5G0,0Q|  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Genl Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  * -V- ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES: '-.,-  .' "'-" $5 and under.. .^..................      3 cents  "Over" $5 and not exceeding $10.._     6 cents  "    $19        " " ���������5'30  10 cent9  "    $38       " '���������*���������-.      $50.*  15 centi   ���������    '  These Orders are Pavable at Par at any office in C nacla Qf-������ Chartered'Bel  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points ������ tUe United StatOS.j  MSOOT1ABLE AT A KIXKD RATH A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COM MERC i , LONDON, ENG.  Thev lofm an eXceUent method o������ vemlttin   small auiua of monej  ..-.-:������������������ with safety and at suiall  :ost. ������  LADVfViTH BRANCH  W.   A.   CORNWALL.   MaaagJ  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     aad  South,  also .Pullman  tickets;, issued  and  herths reserved. ���������  E xc u rs I o n rates n ow i n effe it  to Portland Fair.   Only direct  line to Yellowstone Park,  Steamship tickgts on salo;te all  European points. V^ry low rates  now in effect. Cabin .accommodation  reserved by wire.  For further particulars call .at the  office or 'phone Main No. 45C'. ...���������������������������  A. D* CARLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A., N.P., General Agent  Portland, Ore.   ,..   Victoria, B.C  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and making to order   ������������������  ipeciality.  THOMAS 1VICEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  LADYSMITH BAKERY  Best accommodation for transient  iad permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND    HOTEL  .This new Hotel has been comfort-  a;*ly' furnished, and the bar is up-to-  d������te! Rates $1.M a day and up-  w urds.   .  '.;.    -WM.,^VERIDGE, Prop,  ������"���������glanadft **"=���������* Wi :���������������:.'>������: invdysunlth  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE,  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS, NEAT}'  BAKED  AND FRESH.  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to he  livered at any time.  Employment Agen]  HAY. GRAIN AND  FARM ������R0DU.1  Orders will he dulivered-anywhil  in the city promptly and at the l|  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Ciristie'e, on  Esplanade.  J A3, HARKGSX-j \  <  Plans, Specificatfow and Detail* furniakek for all kinds  ml work ia tbe CARPENTER  Liaa  C." B. ROBELEE, Carpenter  and Joiner, 2nd eve, Ladysmith,  B.  C.  mHQrimgf m m i������tiMifc������^"������'MMC[^.������aa!i  KAMBd  PATHWAY }    PLCLLlAU     /iN*)  PhllttlXKNT  It is unlauiui     in Noiw.ij   h������r women     and     guld to ,   serve in public  "���������te"fr,ri'Ti^^fri������iiitga"'B'"tt*5iB*y^ iT-mi r'-i Vim irririt-'fttttpum-mmmsemmaiim/f&m^  ;-4*7''>-i-H4'MHM^K*"H-������^'' -'-���������*���������"  'J here is something- almost  pal'hotiu 'house  in remaiks"    with which ..Miiue-. Pader- i    -ilt.  ewaki  i.s     ci edited��������� that her husband  himself     dare not     cut his liair.~'-ldc.  'ii'ght 'leiiic io half   a neail as I" "in-"  AND  o  Its   Great   Resources  NOTICE.  Persona found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this Botice,  wHl be prosecuted.  HUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Seia Water Works.  Ladysmith. B.C.  No part of British Columbia today offers so many advanta^ to the  ... ���������' ���������   ���������    .,, '.^ .."'"-  investor as dow VANCOUVER ISLAND. * , \,:     .  Its vast and varied natural wealth-has never been as yet thoroughly  aFpreciated by reason of the fact th at it,has never bee..prqmiently laid,  before the public.  il  CALEDONIAN'  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  COAL  TIMBER  FISH  GAME  GOLD  ���������'<���������   :  SILVER,  ; " r-  IRON  COPPER  ly neat and smooth as a grejhound,  says his wile, but the public will  not let hini. Were he to abate his  amblrosial, locks to even haCf their  present proportions the lovers..q| music of London and New York would  cry out, and if he tersisted in shortening "lis hair tbev would desert him  for a new idoL   Such is fame.'  Two venerable American scholars  of high distinction are ,worthy of  mention. One of them s Dr. Trancis  A. March, who is ncaring his 80th  birthday, and in the fall will have  rounded out half a century as professor at Lafayette college. He is one  of the world's best known philolo-  gisls, but a man whose industiy has.  been equaled My bis. modesty. To  have held the lasting affection of a  steady stream of college oys* for 50  years is both a great achievement  and a fircat joy. Verily he has his  leward.- Al."-*/"- in the front rank of  American scholarship is Dn Oildci'  sleeve, professor of Creek at Johns  Hopkins univers ty-, Ho is to receive  the degree of doctor of letters from  Oxford iih'iversily during the convocation  this month. ���������  -:o>  R. P.RITHET,  pupils if the Mexican public  scliojls who ha\e been perfect in  th-jir lessens aie allowed to smoke  'ei-prcttes  alter   the  recitations.  i'n Iceland men and women aie in  e\cry respect political cu/nals. '1 lunation, ... winch numbeis o\er 70,00ii  people, is governed by repieseiila-  ti\es chosen by both men and women .  Thc gem si one topaz is now in but  -    small    demand       and   the pi ice  paid   for it is haidly moie than cutting cost.       Fifty years ago- a lopa"'.  gem sold I'or from %?> to $8 ;i karat.  The IJurmcsc m>i)c, which is equal  to two English miles, is described by  a word meairi'ig "to .sit," being the  distance that a m.iu walks heroic lie  cot siders  it neccss.ny   to sit  down.  There are sce-al wooden lailways  in Canada .-Mid lhe United Stales  One of llii'in is in the pro\iuce of  ���������".'ucbec, and Is 30 miles long. The  rails aie of, maple, and tiains are  run over thorn with u-]ii<ui<iihh*  smoothness at the lale of 2a miles  s*n hour.  I-  |  t  4-  i  *  4-  Union  Brewing  NANAIMO,   B. C.  c  -1������  /Manufacturers of the  In [British Columbia  Lager   Beer Jand Porter Guaranteed   Brewed  from the Best Canadian Malt Run Hops  ^.|^.j.-f.T.4..j.^.?..4���������!^*<".���������i.^  &Co., Ltd  Pacifie Coast  VICTORIA, :���������: .  Agoncy.  ���������-s .-: :-B.C.  Italian,   la^kirei's and   excavators'  union at .Boston, /Mass., has requested the.A.F. of L. to extend its char-  t2r  to   include  rockmen  as   well-    ��������� a  excavators  and' laborers.  Its Vast Agricultural Resources  Its land, when proper  i."  . soil known  to man,  WHEAT .  ������ATS  RYE  ly cleared,   will grow almost aay product of the  VEGETABLES  OF  ALL   KINDS  APPLES.  |PRUNES  -   PEARS  A WONDERFUL SOIL  FOR SMALL    JFRUITS    AND     BERRIES.  ���������t  The Canadian Pacific Compatny will adopt .a liWral land policy, and  tbe 1.500.0M acres controlled by them,will be disposed of. on reason-  ble .terms to actual settlers. _     *,_. ���������_������.   ._. 7 ,*_    ~i_ .' V.  Government lands can 1* secured  who desire a new home in a country  and     inoney..ean be made hy those  possessing the  BEST CLIMATE  In the World  it  THE DAILY LEDGER, Ladysmi th, will  supply  any   information  oh  tamable  to  those  who contemplate   a vfcit  with a view  of investment  conditions are found as advised.  Is the.centre of .the great coal mining -v:;. district;     a beautiful 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   grow'in importance as ..the Island is  developed. ���������  ���������  Subscribe for and  read THE  DATLY LEDGER, LADYSMITH, B. C.  The New Western Hotel  Good  rooms,     good beds,, and good board.  Our Bar is newly fittedup and wellsupplied and is in charge of  JOS. PELLIQRINELLI  FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION LANDS IN MANITOBA  THE NORTHWEST  TERi  RITORIES     AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lande may be purchased  at $10 per acre* for soft coal and $20  for anthracite. Not more than 320  aores.ean be acquired by oae individual br company. Royalty at the rate  of ten oente per ton of 2,000 pounds  ���������hall be collected on the gioas output.  . Quartz-rPersons'.of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding" free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free nisei's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advance  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company .according to capital.  A  tree     miner, having  discovered  mineral in place, may locate^a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by  marking out the  aame with two legal posts,  bearing  location notices, one at each end   on  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shull be recorded' within  fifteen     days if located within    ten  miles of a mining recorder's office,, one*  additional  day  allowed  for  every additional  ten  miles or  fraction.    The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At least $100 must be expended  on the claim each year or paid to  tbe mining rerp>*der in lieu thereof.  When $500 has been expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase the laud  at $100 an acre.  Permission may  be granted by the  Minister  of     the interior   to   lor ate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 100 acres.  Tbe     patent  for  a mining location  shall provide for the payment   of   a  Royalty of 2i per cent, of the sales  of the pioducts of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and  the  N.W.T., excepting the  Yukon Territory���������Placer  mining claims generally  are R)0 ft. square,      entry fec?5, renewable yearly. On the North Saskat  tihewan  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 bill or hank, but not   exceeding 1,000 feet.   Where steam power is used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukon  Territory���������A free miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable in  the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed     or bars of the river  below low  water mark, and  subject  to the rights 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 dreffde to |jjh|w|ter mark  each alternate leasehoRfi^  Tbe  lessee  shall  have a dredge  in  operation within one season from the  date of  the lease for each  five miles,  bat where  a person  or company   has  obtained more than one lease       one  dredge for each -fifteen miles or fraction  is sufficient".' Rental,  $10    per  nnum for each mile ol river leased.  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������ssee-s right is coafmed to the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the  lstday ol\ August in the year of the  the datepf the lease'.'  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two years from the  date of the lease, and one dredge   for  each five miles within six years from  such date. Rental, $100 per mile for  first year and $10 per mile foi  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  epgth, 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 he  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 eacl  additional ten miles or fraction.  Thc person or company staking t  claim must bald a free miner's certificate.  The discoverer of a hew mine is entitled ' to a claim of 1,000 feet in  length, and if the partyj-consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, ou the out  put of which no royalty- shall be  chargen, the restfof the party ordinary claims only.  Entry fee, HO.   Royalty at-Iterate  of two and  one-half per cent,  on the  alue of the gold shipped from     tht  fukon Territoiy 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  partnership by filing notice and paying a fee of $2.00.    A claim may    be  abandoned and  another obtained     on  the same creek, gulch or river by giv-  ng notice and paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim each  year to the value of at least $200.  A certificate that work  has     -been  done must'be obtained each year;     if  not, tlie claim .-l&U be deemed to   be  abandoned,   and     open   to occupation  and entry, by.a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may be  defined absolutely by hating a survey  made  and publishing uotices   in  'the  Yukon official  Gazette.  ��������� Petroleum���������All   unappropriated   Dominion lands' in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within the Yukon 'Territory,  are open to  prospecting for  petroleum,  and  the Minister  may reserve for an individual of company having  machinery  on  the   land  to be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as be may decide,  the length of width shall not exceei  three times the breadth.  Should   the prospector   discover  oil  n paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly  establish such  discovery,   an  area  'not exceeding G$lucres,  including the  oil well   will be sold to the prospector at'tlie  rate of $1.00   per acre   ar."  the  remainder  of  the  tract  reserve;.,  namely,    1,280     acres     will be sol.  at  the     rate  of  three   dollars     an  acre, subject-to loyalty at such rate  as may he specified hy order-in-corm-  cil.  JAS.  A.  SMART.  Deputy  Minister of  the Interior  Department of the Interior, 0   ..-  TIIF.'  SMALLEST  CIlllRf'TI  I'pleatliainl     a    small secluded  \ il-  lagc in     N.  Yorksliiic, lays claim to  having     the     smallest church iu tlic  world. 'litis      curious   antiquated  .structure was erected in, SJO A. IL,  aud is mentioned in-Doomsday Hook,  its size is 17ft. by 13^, feet and it  contains ten .small bcnclies winch  scat four people each. In the interior is a handsome effigy dating) from  1320, and in a good State of picscr-  vation. In the little graveyard arc  the remains of a stone colhn with the  lid. Rome oi the gravestones date  from 1j20. The sacred little edifice,  .which is now alnwsl covered wilh  ivy, lias only been usrd .since -48*8J as  a mortuory chapel.  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short   notice.    Drill   Sharpened   by  us  always  gives  satisfaction.   Picl s   handled anfl repaired.  Sriipfei mi tiling    in  ai"1     its    Branhe8  Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmitns.  David   Murray  Buller Street   -    -    -    -  Ladysmith, b  C  A TITLE FOR,������20,000  A ruined and bro'*en-he.irted piin-  ccss is living in an obscure street In  Paris. She is the Princess de Karen-  ga ..Esterhazy, a UiU woman of T*3,  still showing signs ol having been a  beauty in her youth, who is in sucu  reduced circumstances that she offers  to sell her title "'for ������20,000. The  princess attributes her present trouble to her marriage to a French banker fifteen years ago". After tin re  years of misery she secured a d.jvorce  but by that -time her hi'shaml had  spent her fortune and dissipated her  jewels.  DID IT EVER STRIKE YOU ?  That the place to BUY YOUR MEAT   is   where   the   slaughtering      '���������  done locally?    We  are not depending   on    what the Wholesalers send us,  and      can     GUARANTEE   EVERY- THING to be FRESH AND CLEAN  PANNELL  &    PLASKETT  STFVENS  BLOCK, QAT^uRc  5-i .I-,r���������T LADYSAH'ttt  T++-f++++f--f-f+ + + +1������+ ��������� -������-H-f-*M-������-������-M"������++-M- ��������������� 4 ��������� ��������� ��������� f m+���������+-������+������������������* <  LAD/SMITH TRANSFER CO. x J  *-c  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD    FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND  SAFELY.  {  t  ���������  X  4-  4  4  4-44-4-44-4-444-44-4-4-44-44444-*-44+-**44444444f-"-4 +44444-44-4444-44   ������������������  StaUes in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   the  *���������  if  WILLIAMS AND \V\SXZ C  WONDERFUL CARPET, THE  WORK   OF   YEARS  . Never     outside fairyland   has been  seen such a wonderful carpet as that  which King    Edwurd has just received as apresen t from ' the. Shah of Persia as a  token of bis appreciation 01 f  the   ���������affectionate hospitality extended !  to luni    on  the     occasion or his last  visit to this country.   When this mar  vcllous production  ofvPcrsiair artists  and  weavicis    was spread  out   before  His Majesty     at   Buckingham  Palace  he must   have been   reminded of  some  of   the      Arabian     Nights  scenes.   It  had        been known for some      days  past      that     a special      AinlUissador  from   the     Persian  Mmaich  was  to  wait on the King aim  theie w.i.s some  speculation     as to    lhe object   of1 his  mission.       The secret v.as \well kepi,  and it      was nol   until ,1 he arrival of  the  Ambassadoi      thai   .-*ny   information could     be .gained rs  10 the con-'  tents  of     thepacking-cas.. over   which  he    kept      vigtant guaid.    For   moie  1 han   two yeais quite al tllea.rinv if  designers and weavers ha\ e i.een   constantly at woik upon ,ihi* c.uppt, and  of what.even  111  Persia  must be considered  amasfci piece.   The     design is  '.cry  curious,   involved,  and  certainly  most ingenio'is:      the colors arc  pei-  I'cct  and l.raulifully   blended, and   the  manufacture is flawless.    If has  been  made    entirely  by   hand.    The special  Ambassador was also (he beaiei 01 "a  letter from  lhe     Shah, and of a pies-  en I   for  Queen  AlcMiiuli.i,   whnh took  (he   form   of .1   splendid   diamond   0111  anient.  ROCKERS  1 laid wood,  golden'linish  $3 each  CHAIR and COUCH  COMFORT  Everycne lov;s a comfortadle chair. We all  prefer a good chair, one that won't fall to  pieces, in fact, a reliable chair. Our present  selection has never been equalled, not by us,  and you know our stock is always broad in  CHOICE, STYLE, and QUALITY.  COUCHES  Stioag, well-made  Tapes!iv covered Lounges ?7  20 st\les from th 8  price up to $25.  ������+>  The   first  agreement, -seedred   by the  Commercial   Telegraphers'   uujon with  employers  lias  been  secured  with   the  \V.   R.   Hearst   Newspaper  syndicate,  by      wlr.Vh   about   l.'.O   lele-gruphcrs,  scattered      over  the   United  Stales,  are given an increase in   wages.  It should be borne in mind that  every cold weakens tho lungs, lowers the vitality and prepares the  ���������ystem for the more serious diseases, among which are the two  freatest destroyers of human life,  pneumonia, aud consumption.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won its great popularity by its  promnt cures of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieve* the lungs and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent cure. It counteracts  any tendency toward pneumonia.^  I    Price 25c, Large Size 50c.    ������  ^iSB fiMMSNEHw W9wk^km ���������^���������I^R^'.^BIWP Prj  COBBLER SEATROCKERS, pri^e $2,  I POLISHED OAK ROCKERS, Embossed}  | Leather Seats, very fine chairs at ^-I.OO-i  I CANE SEAT   ROCKERS,   Golden   OaV,"  I $4 oo;  I HARDWOOD Dinin8 Chairs, from $1.0C\  CANE SEAT Dlr.irg Chairs, $1.35t:- 1 75|  Sec Cataloogue for 5ty!cs  t.  ������*  PAINHNQ,  l-TC.  tl V\i   1  Work done properly and at right  prices. Show and residence In rear  of Ladysmith  Hotel.  J.  E.  SMITH,  Prop.  inncMH) co.  WHOLESALE DRYG0ODS.  Victoria,  B. C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrated  I H 1 J LAD  3RU)  of  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  PANTS,  SHIRTS, ETC  I H.O. MILES  Cunttuctor and Buildsr  REPAIRING   of  all   kinds   erempirf  attended to.     Shop on CUtaore    air  IPSO  Solicitor,  Etc.  st. Avenue  Loan  LADYSMir  Ladysmith   Tcmp'e No. 5  Ratbbofl;-  Sisters meets  in the Oddfellow's hall  2nd and 4th Tuesday  at 7.30 p.  rut.  Mrs. 'Kate Tate, secretary.  Meatmarket  LAD/SMITH B. C.  OKI rmm\
tats-x ���&. -"*
-���-- -���������    - ������������"-'..-- . ���-;<���_������ i-i---(. ��� .
Mayor PLuiia,  of Xanaimo,  was in   _
town   this   liioruin^. j
Mi.   M.   Wood-burn   returned   on  the'
moinin��  train to  LiidysinUh.
Mr.  11    Fie,   Insurance   apjent, wn"?
in   Ladysinith'on   .-usitu-s-*.  yesterday.
Bi-,h��p   I'cuiii   lMsscd   tl'ioiu-h
VlCU.l'l.1   OH    Hll-5   11101 IlU'g-*'    lr"Ul
'. '���' '.Tire local, arie.-'cf. Eagle.*"! hold .their,
for.tniglil ly', incet inp; tcnighh..    A   big
attendance  is 'i-xpei-tc-d.'. , ....
.":   A., very   c'lijoyiihlt'  ilanoc   was  given
/  a   lioiihl's. hull 'Inst -evening;.       The
allcn-.laiK-'.'  wits  hut   very large.,  hut
I liuse .present  .sei'.ini-d . to be-  having a
,. i>:ooil   l.iinc.    '      . �� .      ���:''���'.
S.S. 'OUer 'ami   scow   came   in
nioniiii" -for coal.
\li s   .J -Mi'i ivnold ''.inn' down fiom
������- .iii.uiiiii tins   iiioiiiin^   on   a visit   l��
h  r   sistci Alls     1-C    Snrilli,   i>r
,1 V
\\ I!.I)  M \X   IS
i;i-rfi\lIX(i   xtMKiiors.
Adjoining the old lownsite of
A small ,a.va lias hc-n laid oft    in town lots' which are no ;w offered-
'i'he  rutin e  of   the   Cowichan '   nisi rid   anil   Vancouver   Island.
will   ev<.-<-.!   pxWl.ilions   .".nil   H,!**  >���-*  a p.oort  chance  ' -  a safe and
pIU'"ll.tl-I--     lllVCSlllH'lll.
.....    T ** Duncans,     V.  I.
[ a'ljsmith,   V.   I.
. ��.-.,-i��.(.-^��->- '.-���.������ *jS��'?��-~'-<e"B'-'*
��� *. -    .   Mi-r ���������
Anil  now   the 'Cowichan  Leader  is
1 tat-vn.-*'     up -the-wihi   man   hunt. \ I Is
effo-i-ls1' so'! far  have  reached .the  fol-
lowiii|;-..';.l..|T-lm wiltl man of Vaneou \'ev
Island  b.iis   again' hceu". seen ��� by       ��
prOsiHctor : while oilt.in  the  mountains last  wee'', ufur  Cowichan Lake.
Ik*   ri'iiiH'l.s  seeing  what ��� ho'believes ;
was   the  m.vvch   talked   oi   wild   man.
. He saw" soinetlving throite'h, the bush,
''and. at first s'��*Ul thought it' was a.
hear,  and   raising his  ride,  moved,   a
'lit lie. cIcikoi*-,'..wheii," to his surprise, a
ma-ii'-'-sti*a.i.t>-ht'en.-.;l  tip   before .���him!   He
iri-i,nKvdiat��lyv lowrred   his  gun   ..,:'*,iu! .
���������sh'putedto. hihi,  l-'iit the wild man at
'������ .once sprang into ���the .'thicket and war-
���  sc>:.��" ". UV.-t to V'iew,   .The pro.s'peci'or
'  AiicltMit   |.-��)0��l.ali.
I'lilllp Stul-l-o.-*  WTol/in  l."��S.1 in Ills
book on "The Anatomic or" Abuses:"
"i'or ns concern iui; football 1 protest unto you It inny rntlicr be'called
a frocndly Uliule of flyl'il' than n play
ul j-ci'i-piitioii: a bloody and iniii'lhci-ing
prnciice ilian ii tcl.jwl.v spurie of pasty inc. Kor dootli not every one lye lu
-.vai^bt for his Aclversorie, Seeking to
overthrow him and to pieke hini ou his
nose, though It be on'"bard stones, so
Probably  the easiest thlnf Ul *�����
world ia.to baa bore. f
You waste half your time.   There*
reform work for you.
It is possible to laugh at trouble, but
the laughter doesn't mean It.
What a disagreeable world thtawouia
be if people were perfectly candid.
It Is easier to talk a man out of tV a
thing than it is to fight him out of It     i .
There is one thing sure about a funs��� j
t does not do nny good to talk It ��������*���
When  men  talk  together. It la of
WE never sold so many
BLOUSES���All we had to do
was to wiap Ihem up���We
have    ��� only   a   few   sizes   left.
"REGULAR  112.75 lo $-1.1)0
spj:c.ial  ..-. ,.:*...  u.&n
Co.   Ladysmith
Idplli M DuiWin?
Launch and Pleasure Boats of all
descriptions for Hire. Boats built
to order and Repaired.- Spoon oars a
Manufacturers of the Famovs
Ncn; but Union Lab r  Employed
n J. BOOTH, Prop.
~ ~    It. Marti*'* Oak.
In tbe gtouuds surrounding the ab
bey of Vetiou, Brlttauy, there ones
flourished nu oak which is said to have
sprouted from the staff of St. Martin.
This miraculous sprout was transplanted by the saint and is said to have almost instantly become a full grown
tree, -'furnishing shade for a praying
band of almost a score of women the
next day after It was transplanted."
We have received today the following shipment of fruit.        , ���
Oranges, Tomatoes, Lemons,
nanas,-Apples, Peaches,     Apricots,
nieg Melons.
Cherries,   Plums,   Ba-
Greengages,   Nut-
nose, tliougn ii uu ou u.>iw ���"  -- i    There is one iniua ��������� �������������� :
ihnl  by  this ineni.es soinetimes  tier ! ,t does not do nny good totalk It OTer.
,���.cl:s   are   broken,   sometimes    tbetr ,     ^.^   meu  tfl|k  together.  It  la  ���
Lacks, sometimes their legs.��'��etl��-J    priceS  at  which thing,  can be>aoML    .^^  wharves.    Newly' renovat
r^T-t^^^K^M W��^ ,��d and     re-mod..!*..    Rates  *2  per
(T. J. Wellnian, Prop., Vancouver.)
Oat block from C.P.R.'Depot    and
���~ -
i W    Th. nm-npetor     times the  noses yusn oui  ��u�� ������������, sentiment seem, to
so,n   ..to,', t-.o v ew     ll     1 W^-V    '.-!SOm(.Umes their eyes start out-tight- |     ll�� abU9lng the oia
tried   lofollow -his   lracU,.,hul.    .n al    , bl,iw���nft contention, ���u.H"i-e   ���.ek �� ������     r ���       lt colneB,
eoi.nh.or  tl*  dense  ni.dei-rowlh.   vas    .^ imlrtLeI, h0niiclde and groat eitu. J���^,
forced  to siVc.��]i tivedmsc. ' ,:        ,[on   ot   blood,   as   experience   dayly . __	
... ..r ../ ^1' VJ' VJ'
m^    ->' �����: ��f ^!.' ll' 1 J; *r- ,-"-
������'    'Ji.   ^Si
can be bought.
The sentiment seem, to be always
the man' who ot>-
. come, to funerals
day.   Corner Qranville aud Hastings
j streets   Telephone,  1-4.
Orders   taken   for  preser\lng  raspberries at Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.
^      ���    ���
Public notice is hereby given that
n0 person or persons .shall cut or remove any timber on Section 1, R. 8,
Cranberry District, ��>r any of my
land adjoining in Bright distiict,, or
trespassing; or they will be prose-
culed according to law.
Dated  July 11,  1905
Orders taken for   preserving Raspberries
LACWOSSE���    ,
'���'".TorpnLo lacrosse eiubsv have.',takcii
the.hull'hy the  horns, 'iiii.thc  matter
of  lacrosse salaries,   awl   last/niffht
one, oriw<x of .Lhe  tcani��.'received", no-^
T,ifica(.ip-n   jlrat   their  slipemds  hence-^
forth- vvo'diMie.rc-diice'il.;to about' half'
the nhi figiii'.cs!   .'���'���.'     \-r '"���        ..' '.'.
:    THE   OAR-     i " ;;
"''.���There, is  a strong   probaibilitv   that
, Winnipeg v-'i 1.1 he represented at tho
threat coiiKass of (varsmen at New
Wi'Stminster .during- the i:o:iiinioii- cx-
h:i-i;i'!iD)i in September, bv a ������senior
anvalcui' four-oared race, to 'be held
al lhe Dominion Fair, will be a sort
of      .V.'fsl.erii'     Cawa.da: and   Pacific-
'Coast     chain |>ioiisliip.    U. is possible ���
Um.t  a single  senlli-ng event, may   be
iu-ran.u.'.'d      in      this     connection,   in
wlilc-ii" Charlie Jchnsryii,   the Winnipeg
crac!-:,  ?,n"ii      I .ou  Scholcs, ��� Toron I o's
Diamond   Sculls  winner,   w-vll   be   the
.; ���rompelilors.
Chines* Justice. j
Tho China Times relates an extraor.
.Hilary case of Chinese "justice."
A Mr. Jen was betrothed to Miss
dun and paid his money to the wo-
tunu's pnrents.- Then he called on the
parents to have the conlruct fulfilled
and was told that the promised one
was the bride of another.
Having paid his money be considered
he was entitled to the girl und went
Lo her husband's'! house to '.carry her
jllVbut she was-tffctt at home, lie tben
liihruia-caSe'befor-tt the magistrate. !
- Tho girl."was arrested and sentenced
���.6 be'"Uua-ed,',',thermiiglstrnte arguing.
'If yon are so'wicked nt twenty yenrs
jfiige. nt the-age of eigbty--you will
;e a riiennce' to tbe Celestial empire."
Tbe process of kua-ing is very similar
lo the ling-chiu, or slicing to death
The  Population  ���( the Moon.
There is plenty of authority for believing that there is a man in the moon.
Do Not Boll Co��eo "T��o t��"Mf.
There is only one mistake that can
be made in making coffee, and that la
to cook It too much. When subjected
to a momentary boiling and then removed from the fire It la a drink foi
the gods, but If It I. kept at a high degree of heat for thirty minute. ��ta
character Is entirely changed, and It
becomes almost poisonoua. Of tha people who overcook coffee la thl. way
some do it through Ignorance, but tha
greater part of them through greedln
order to make lt go further and. produce a larger profit. What we need la
a law making it a capital offense;.to
boil coffee more than three mlnutee. t
Child Pe-ssios*. I�� ���"��*������������
At all times lt has been, an object
with Freucu parents to teach a cb d
to be provident nnd economical. A caUd
of three can become a member of' toe
Mirtnallte -by Riving only 2'-ceut. <a
week. One cent will entitle it to get-
ting 10 cents a day when lt-1. Ill, ana
 "-���---  iiL>M-H -    ,    .     ,    . u.���vi!.���    M.e other noes toward getting a pension
savs  a Winnipeg exchan,,.   The   iu fact, there is author,t, for  ^ ug    U��oU*   j.   ^ & cerMu *9 .��.
,- - ,   -....    <~ h.��   hoi,,   Hint there are women and ^^ ^ |ong tt chnd can live, but
in   the  calendar	
well-being  of  all who   lake  part
,   t:)1. aU   wi,o  li^e.to have Ahcir.
- -< ����*�� ��* r- ^^���rrs
boxers.���"   '
THE   RING ���
Yr.-.:ng Corbe.1.1. 1ms lia.il an alter-
though t- He says lu* was robbed by
Califoni'ia refrrees. Tvvi-dviillv he
ha i  j; st   mirs ���:!  someMiing.
ai ost. or. ih,
in lbe' lr.aiilv ni't will sympathize
with llmsc who claim Unit box'nig
limits and prio fights should not lie
placed J ii the same category. But,
Unfurl.unati ly, Ihe men who delight
in t-':e former je.sliine arc scarcely
c.er prepared to lvslrain I heir es-
uhra.:C.-'     within       proper V-'.inits.
Agninsl   biixiiig   in   itself  considered,
I here  rfvil.l scarcelv be any   cause for
ciuiipljiiii.;  prb-c fighl ing  is esseui���in.l-
1\'  de ��� r-stliii'i--;   if  fullowid   persislenlly
uiaIs there.' Dante 'declares
was ba'nished"'to tlitf-moon and that he
can be seen there at'iiny time. Chaucer
declares"fhafthe fnan in the moon was
guilty of larceny "Wild that he carries a
thorn bush.'���'��� "Shakespeare loads him
with thorns and gives bim a dog. According to the general version, be was
banished there for gathering sticks ou
Sunday, aud the Germans have amplified this theory by giving hini a worn-
an who had been caught churning but
ler on Sunday.
what does tbe contribution amount tot
There is hardly a child in the world
who does not spend that for-candy;
Now, a boy of eighteen giving 34 cent*
a month to the society will -when, be li
sixty have a pension of $72 a year.
The Coffee PlMt'a Pvlead.
In the republic of Colombia there-la
a tree highly esteemed a. a .bade lor
the coffee plant. It la found also in
tropical Brazil and possesses qualities
that make It peculiarly suited for thl.
particular use. It will live ou d stony,
poor soil, and a tree only - eighteen
months old will shade 144 square yard.
of ground, while, when full grown. It
may be fifty feet high and hav�� ���
spread of fifty feet on every aid*.
GENTS'   FURNISH 1N(!��,   10TC.
il will bliini lhe finer sensibilities.
Th'.-i ween tl:e I wo classes of aniuse-
iiH-nt iiiil.!::* pas I, however, I he./line
of 'demn.rl;al.i(iii has ^tever 1 ecu clearly tlra.v. it; l.olb terms have, when applied lo an actual iirclliTrnce, been
found s\ lif.nomoii.-; fur a wholly <le-
I'.ra'.rd cxhii -iticii of brule force.
These   rnn'.irl-.'s      ha\"e I een  suggestwl
hy  a '.'.Tiler  In   lire     I'iiilniielph'     \lde- \ ch.i Ih nge   !\lr.   Ceo
old  who  points out   thai   il,  i.s  unfov
tm.ale   that   boviug as eondne|,-.d  nowf n,    |1]f.   L.vlU.smilll   ,,������  (.lul) grounds
ada'.-s     is  iml       iind-i-r.st oed   bv inanv   ! ' ,   ,       r     ,
���prf;.'!c      id!.,  class   il   as  e^aidly   like   C, .ii.li t ions  to  be governed   by   Lad>-
1 Ik- old   lime  ini/.e   ri'.dit.    Those   who   s;:.ilb  dim Cluh  rules,
lo'-c  lhe sport-     knmv   Lhal,   properly
��� (������iiiiiiiif'K'--.'l, it  is one or the fl'st sports
victoria^, x*;-
.lames   Fai'i'igan does  liorr-liv
Willis   lo   shoo.-!
>li".c pigrr.n-.  for the sum of *50 j*.. sid-.
mm -���iiti"���tnnr"T'T-Ti *���*������ ���--���-"- ���y irf iwiitttw im i n-��� is>ism.-ss*lsiismm-s-U_' .
orrison's, Lady smith, B. C.
Dr. R. B. Dier
Surgeon Dentist
AM  work guaranteed, and at-reason
able rates.
Hljih St. Ladysmith
. AND   ,
Owing to the bi^ demand for these goods w^
have pill in stock a complete line- and will
guarantee to suit all
*""��� "       MIXED' - ���
' CHCtW r.HOW ...    ���_
.! - PI  C'XLILLI '
LEA & VERRINS, al! sizes
^     MerchantTailor,
'i (JSt Avenue)
Spring Stock on hand. Call early and
get your choice.
|o/M.i:i   ������ ���-������'I'I1-
Drop in and See Them
ife   Dunn
India   Relish,   Sweet Sliced  Mango, Chutney,
Horse   Radish, Celery Salt, Salad Dressing
Spanish Olives, Capers,   Prepared Hus-
tard, Salad Oil, etc., etc.,
'"   ChaSl�� TZ ahove. firm, visits Lad.smith everj^j-JJ ��-g
Ifcittosm���tJtikk measurements and  seeing customers    P��sona��/;   M*J
Z seen at th. Hotels,    We guarantee all slock an    a,, iect fit a     the
lowest possible rates.   Suits from     $15.00 up    Pant .ho m * -00    V.M
Hand-made.     Full line ol the Latast supplies  ALWAYS  cairifid   by   ft r.
Dunn. '
   ��        \ DISTRICT
$265 *
$450 buys, the two
I l'  II 111���
V   -
iv.'-',ff", u(itfjgeg
ih Wing A Co,
Merchant Tailors
Ladies' and Gents' Clothes Made to
Stand a good chance to win a
GRAWHONE ���   .';
Every  25-Cent purchase of White    Swan     Soap     entitles you to a
ticket in the drawing for this high grade gntmophone.
All Work done on these premises
is guaiahtced to give SATISFACTION. Prices moderate.
First Avenue. :.X   X   X     Ladysmith,   B. C
We are making them of the Newest    Pattern and Latei
"  Our Prices are Reasona hie


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