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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jul 17, 1906

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Array ���������s  -i.   I JiBOISLATIVE ASSF.MDLT  The  vi ly  T'.i ,T *  "             .������/  f   .    , -    'y  trbC  VOL., 2  TUESDAY, JULY 17, 190(1.  FRIQE FIVE CENTS  KILLIO nan  6f BRICK  >'������������,,������SW3Jf������-������,r .*"-j������������������i>-������t*j'  -������������������.4*"*-"  WILL PRBViOE  MILLIONS FOR  TH&W'S dekkl  New York, .July JO.���������Wilh the one  idcn of planning u defense for her  mm. whii is a -prisoner in the Tombs  charged wilh murder, Mrs. William  Thaw1; ihe loader of Pittsburg society and the mistress of millions,  reached   New    York   late   Ibis     aflct-  liisnppoint ment    ���������rivet, d  lu-r nt   lb''  wh^ii -. . - ii ���������������*   v.n"��������� I.i'o'v  by  ./i.-. .. '  'i haw   Ibfil   ul-  gang pinnl  'on    to her  though   she   bad  Europe   she won!  and" talk    witli  Monday, as a spiting t'hc   Tomb ���������  ed.,'  That  this  son  hi., -ii'il l.nrk. from  .1 mil .)������������������ able to see  1 ;.i" r.s Tbnv. tiiitil  vial pi-rrmi. for   *> is-  (... ibl   mil   be  sr������ 111-  Se.iitlU',   duly   17.���������With .his     head  crushed   where     he hud   been   struck  with  a blunt instrument,  the     body  of    Kristjait   .lohnson,     a  carpenter,  was found Iviiig  in th". 'sand bc-lwoeu  the tracks  behind Oars ben's   packing  house   yesterday    afternoon   at    2:311 _  o'clock'  by  Frrd  Von,  an employee ;���������[   noun   oa the Hamburg American llu  the. Northern  Pacific,    who   was   un-jsteamer   Kaisorin.   Au������-iu-'c  Yn-ioihi.  loaJding   a  car  near  the  spot.       The  police    nnd    <��������� Coroner E. M. Carroll,  weie at  once notified and bco-an     investigating  the case.  The br-dy was found lying on its  ���������back; the. head resting in a pool of  ���������blood, and one foot extending across  the rails-beneath, a gravel car. A  few feet away lay a. brick covered  with blood and a large chunk of cement', also showing blor-d stains was  discovered. The police believe Johnson was killed by being stiuck with  the piece of .brick.  The 'police also favor Uie idea that  he was struck with some blunt instrument, presumably ia thick, bjrille,  in a saloon fis,ht, and either was car  riid wh'-re he was found or mai'tugcd'  to stagger theie. A half-filled hot-  tie .of whiskey was found near tho  body.  None of the frei-Jil ens in the vicinity where the body was humid had  been moved for twenty-four hours and  this effectually dispells the possibility that he waft struck by the tra-in.  Joliiisrii's pipe wa,s a'so found near  the body, as though it had been,  thrown there by romo one'Who had  ���������assaulted the. man. 'lhe vest waiS op-.  cn as-though it had been pulled aside  by~some one who was in a hurry to  search, the body.. L ....   -, .,   ���������-���������   T EACHERS ,08  LfiCil SCHIQL  NEXT TfRM  'lhe following is a List of the teach  ei-. who will act on the local stall  during tho next term of school. The  Seventh. Division has not yob been  tilled:  First   Div.��������� D.  Hunter,  principal.  Second Di/.���������T. A. McMartin.  'I bird Div.��������� Miss Coburn.  Fourth  Div.���������Miss  Wiscmiller..  Filth Div.���������MjKS M. Ramsay.  Sixth Div.���������Miss Butler.  Eighth Div.���������Miss Beveridgc  Ninth Div.���������Miss  Abcrcrotnbic.  FIRE PRACTICE.  P. BERTO  WAS DISCHaRGED  I   L&SK EVENING  After tw.i hours' hearimg last evening h(fi re Justices of the Peace  si'cwart and Alia t boson, .P Hcrto,  charged: by Mrs Augiusla Pauline  with raj'c, was dismissed, tlic w.>  in.i-i hiiving failed to pio-.e the  charge. f.  "Wis. FJaulLiic was the i,nly wiui-^s  for the'prosecution, and her evidence,  was \iery contradictory throughout.  Ihr statement was in brief to the  e'.'ect that on Saturday night last  C c accused had come to her place  and demanded admit Unci-. She was  i i bod at the time. Shortly aftcr-  v aids, she   contradicted    this   state-  WILL INTRODUCE  LIGHT BY-LAW  About 8:30 o'clock last evening, an]ii?Jit,  saying  that she    was    silting  alarm 0f fire was turned in, and lhe   ������!������ wwing.     Berlo had asked her if  I i made made a quick response.    Af-  ler a hard run to tihc back of    thc  own,   it was learned  that    thr-    fire  bad been in  the .grass in "the vicinity  lu\os  needs the 0[ 0]lC  nf    tju.    residences,    but had  New York, July 10.���������Tho Associated Pre. k bus- rccei\ed lb.* following lelegrnnt from tin; president of  tbe 1-topublie  uf. Honduras'  "Tegucigalpa.   Honduras,  July   16  "Honduras   bos  not   declared    war.  mother's aid and counsel was never  demonstrated moiv pluinl.v than to  Jay when in ������ terse nolo be discharg  cd the siu'crssl'u! criminal praet iciou-  ers, Black, Olcott, Gruber & tioyn-  agc, from furlhor connection with  his defense. In their sicnd he relumed Clifford W. I lart ridge, of No.  110 '"roadway, nol because of his  ability .as a criminal lawyer, but because bo is an old personal friend  from    Pittsburg-.  The firm which Thaw tersely dismissed by letter has worked night  and day developing a (I.���������fens.- which  would save young Tbnw from the  eloclrie chair. Thai Ibis defense was  taking- the form of an insanity plea  brought    about    Thaw's  displeasure.  That the lawyers were overlooking  no possible point in his favor was  show.il. yesterday when. they, d-iseov-,.  -iril witnesses in lbe western part  of tbe stale whom, it is rifiid tho  fiend archilecL tried lo hire to  I brash  Thaw.  The  big   llnndiurg   liner    on    winch  Mrs.   Thaw      i-rosscd     the    Atlantie  came in  later (ban  was expect ed.  ar-  living    al    (piaraiitiiK!  nt  2    o'clock  been extinguished before the arii\al  of the brigade. Altlvough at the  time the ahum was  turned in   Chief  sl::> wunjbcd some beer to drink, and  ch.T ha������d'\replied "No." Witness stated that -the dcors and windows were  ,*,11 shut, and she was afraid of Berlo, but* did not call out bcCa.usc he  ���������aid if'she did she would, lie kiillod.  M l.en ta pressod her to take more  '..t,'she refused and said she  Aid. Campbell Gives Notice that  at Next Council Meeting He  Will Introduce Bylaw   , ^ .i.^ .__���������m _^  i  Council Last  Evening  Received  Petition From Ratepayers  Asking for Above  i'o His Wvaship,  the^Miayor and   Al-I.n',   into   which  the drainage    fiom  ih.i-.-i en of the C'iiy of   Ladysmith: "jhU  property    ran.     However,    theie  was  Guatemala without jiistineation orl'hi.s al'ternoon. Mrs. Tbnw had kept  'reason' .:'.has 'invaded-��������� the" territory to ber slateroom I been! in* vt.yagi',  of this -republic    and   tho  whole coun  .try  hnfivcoine    to   Iho   na'ional      defense.'- - '  MON-EV IN STRAW It F.UR1ES.  Nels-on News��������� A fruit grower, resident not" a? grc-at distance from Nets' in', whose name, we arc not at 1 i bcr-  ..1y lo publish, has this season/cleared $3,500 from a three and one-fifth  :t-'re,patch .of strawberries. The crop  was below .the avera.gc owing tn the  frosts in the cyrly spring. The demand. I'or strawberries is far in excess of the pr.es-eiit capabilities of  Kotd'Ciiay I'rui t growers to supply iaikV  no. field v*f enterprise .qlfcrs more profitable returns anil, generally .speaking, -more-pleasing -conditions "of labor,   than  the cullieatioji  of fru-it.  CO A.L NINES  IS A FREAK  The Danville mine, Jin King county,  which belongs to the Yesuviui; Coal  Company, is considered something  new in the line of goo logical freaks.  Seven warkaibk* "veinn of coal run  along parallel lo each oilier and  stand ������������������ wpcndioularly and' arc. so  closely situated, that a TUD-ioot tunnel crosses through I them all.  The largest vein is ten feet wide,  the smallest three and u half- fact,  the whole a-gg-regiitiiiijr a width of '&  feet.  It is sevic-ii luiiuli-cd1 feci, of ground  which sivp-aralcs tho ��������� t\\K/-*out.si(le  veins, streaks of lire brick clay ixnuah  ling one vein of 120 feel wide 'is  found,  which will also be extracted.  Six men arc nevw digging on '.hr  property, sinking slopes wil.n ������ l"i  per cent-, grade. They have. rcaA'.d  ti depth of '150 feet in the larger  vein and are shippino; .the coal taken  from it.  A railroa'bjha.s been constructed for  this .purpose by tin* proprietors.  Thc Hester mine, of Republic w.liieh  is owned by Seattle parties, has  been bonded to J. Strong and' part,  ners, who will proceed to the work  of development immediately. ..I. T.  Ronald  is   president  of   the  company  having- been ulmosl. protVasU'd by "the  now.s Which llu.-"'������������������("'oi'iiler-'S of Yarmouth |..,i o\ r��������� i ;i li...* in boinloii a low  .'ays after the ii:i:nJ-/i-. .Mrs. (leorge  .Laiider (.'ai-negi.e. her . rlaiig-hiei-. mingled with'. Ibc- other. ji.*,s:.f-ng;.-r.s, 'but  did not discuss the..-en. o.  After [niss-ing- ���������q',.i.-..raiii ine and on  the -short. tii|> up lb." . has- Mrs.  Thaw still kept to ber siv.il.*.*. She.  rneeive'ii n. letter from Harry Thaw,  which .was taken to quarantine by  Chaplain Wade of -lhe Tombs. It" was  in Harry 'thaw's handwriting- and a.f-  fecto.'l. ber more t'lian did the wireless message, whichshe- received from  him the last two days of her voyage.  Tho letter which the prison chap-,  lain brought assured the mother of  her. son's lovo and thanked hei* for  returning" to aid'him.'. It contained  one most significant phrase: "T am  not  insane."  Smith    was    out at    the Provincial ' "t dry.      'I his was loo much    for  Court   Iloufe,  he made a record run re prisoner,  who broke    out f witji  lor thc   lk.ll,    and    reached there in the exelammation,  "Ko, you   wasn't  fin.e to superintend  the running out '��������� ''>', but you drank two bottles just  of  Iho    reel,    and    as  was  thc case ''e same"     After considerable more  wilh the other firemen, did some fast '��������� idenoe    in     which she coii't rad.it t?d  work pulling the cart  to .the seem" oi i:a.ions    sto-tenunts    several   times,  the    alarm.      When    it  was leainnl ���������'. ltnt-ss  was cross-examined hy     Mt-  that the fire  wa.s out, it was decidod U.  Simpson,  who appeared  for     thi  to have a  little practice, and thewa- d.-fence.?  She swore that .the time of  ler was turned on  for a few minutos  hefoic  retuiniiig to thc hall.  JOE OANS WANTS TO  I'TGHT RAT NELSON  Seattle,    July      lli. ���������Win, lose or  draw,  Jo2 Cans,    who    is  to     (\2,ht  Dave Holly at Pleasant lieaeh the hit  ter part of    this  month,  has   . given  the man's vasit lasted fiom ten un  lil elevni, and was very positive that  he hatt not left her house until ele-  \<n. After th s statement, Mr.  Nim-soa called in Mr. John Tha,  who swore that the prisoner was in  his hens'}* shortly before eleven on  Satiniay night, jntl had two oi  three drinlvs 0f heer.     Frank    Reito  his word'to Johnny H.-U1, mana.gei .do J:*i*fere tha* lu> saw pi isoncr , in  of the Twin City Athletic Cl-fr, thai (Thn*s place between 10:30 and 11  he will fight before Ihat orgfini/a- o'clock on Saturday night. He was  tion on Aiig-ust 30. (Jans does not *"���������'<' <*f ,he llllic l>eCalls*i Uic ll������01'  anticipate that he can nor (si hi y lose was loci ed at eleien in'clock, il bc-  and the man who has been selected ing Satuiday night,  as his opponent is Jack O'Keele, whr/ 'I he prisoner lioin-g swoin, statwl  has a dr.iw an-l a win over Jimmy "J)u.t the refts m or his visit to the  Ihitt. Of course the man above aiijhouse was bcc.iikse. he had been aT.k-  ���������ithers Joe. would like to meet is jed by Louie .Pauline, the woman's-  battling Nelson and if the- Dane can husband, on Friday night, to leave c  he coaxed  into  the ring he   will   he ���������' dozen .Lotties  of .beer   at   bis   house  REPUBLICS MAY  ARRANGE PEACE   ���������������+������, 1  Oyster Hay, duly lt^���������Peace negotiations; between Salvador aud Cunt  etnnla ore being arranged today by  President, lioosevelt and acting secretary of Slate Bacon at Sagamore Hill. The (piesLion is not  yet settled whether Honduras will  become a party'-. I o the negotiations  at this time. It is reasoned hero  that il. would hardly be fair to cornel t!titt.tt-uio.ln. to face,two former Iocs  in .a. peace conference at one time.  Honduras will probably agree tu-tho  soil lenient arranged by tho two  stales primarily involved. The negotiations it is believed will doubtless he held on board the American  cruiser Marblohead now in Chmlomal  an waters. The arbitrators on be.  half of the. United States and Mexico, will be the Mexican Minister to  Central America. Mr. Coombs, t'nit-  *d States Minister to Cluntemaln.  and Mr. Merry. United States Minister to Salvador. The date and details of the proceedings    beyond this  the o!!.'*��������� So anxious as dans to meet  iVcls'.ii that he makes the statement  that Nelson can cut the purse any  old'way. Cans says that he is the  lightweight champion of the world,  and it makes him sore to have. Nelson goin.1- about, the country hiflimg  himself'as the champion.  However, if Nelson cannot he induced t o toe the mark, Jack O'Kcefc  is rcg.ai;d������l as the next best: man for  Ihe honors.  Another match which has been ���������arrange.'.! earlier in tlie month at.Pleasant beach under the auspices of the  club-of which 'Re-id is manager, is a  twenty round .go betwern Bobbie  Lundie and Rufe Turner. This fight  will be for the ligJitweight champion  ship of the Pacific Coast and there  is a possibility that the winner will  be ma relied  lo light Battling Nelson.  A TERRIBLE  REVENGE  Chicago,  July   .1.0.���������Three men wer,  blown   lo.. di'tith  and  six   were  wound  Oil   in   a   prcmediuli-d    dynamile     ex  plosion  near   llcllwood    al     1     o'rlocl  this   nuirniiig-,   believed    to     bo     tho  work     of   a   revengeful   Wo.man    who  atlempl ed    lo   wipe   out   thirty   lives  in   order    lo   repay   allegvd     poiTuly  '.I'wo  men are being    held   at   the rcn.  trill  stal ion,  and  tlic police are searching  tbe   riiy  tor  a   woman,    whose  name     Ihey   are   keeping   secret,      in  conned ion      with    Ihe     triple   murtlei  The   aulhoiilie.s   say   Ihey   have     unearthed  ;t   plot    lo  assassinate Frnn.  ei.seo   S.   Papandora     ami   his   seven  male   relatives.     The  women    in    the  case   is  said    to  have   hounded   Pap-  nndroa   lo   Chicago   and     threatened  hini    in  an  effort    io extort    money,  fdllowing  ji   elanesline   love  affair.  The woman is ehargftl with having  Ihrenteneil Papandrea through a Chicago attorney. Kolativos say the.  dead man feared thc woman great  ly find had planned lo pay her S000  e  Saturd y. Oh passing the house Or  .Sa'llirday night he hat! seen a light,  e.n.l thinking Louie honic, had gV'm  to the door and knocked, He had  entered, and Mrs. Pauline and he had  d.nmk three- glasses 'of heer and bad  no trouble at all. .  Mr. Simpson then ������������������addressed tlic-  tourt, and submitted that the, cvi-  deii.'C for thc prosecution was wholly inadequate lj* eon viol, anid asked  that live case be dismissed.  Court wr.s ad'.joiirn.i'el for a fe,w moments, while lhe Justices conferred  toeeilu r,' anif upon resu-mptioii, .1 us-  tice MntihiKon slated that, there��������� wras  really nothing in thc evidence to  how that thc^crime had been committed,- and they had ll-t,-;refoie decided l.o dismiss the case.     .  Genllemen, ��������� We, the uiwlprsigfiitscl  ratepayers of the City of Ladysmith,  realizing' the necessity of a lighting  ���������Want in" this city, hereby request  that you will introduce a by-law tc  ,u> submitted lo the ratepa\ers for  the* i>ui*io.r-e of borrowing money, on  .h;-- credit ot the municipality, sulli-  jicnt and for the aforesaid purpose  'lhe above petition, signed by rate-  ay ers who own property mlued n  the ncighhoihood of "i.85,0()0, was  .eal at the Council meeting last evening and acted upon. AW. Cami--  i,.ell gave written notice to the council that at lhe r.ie.\t' session he will  introduce a /hv-law to be submitted  .ot/.the -purpose outlined above.  r.eforc a by-law could .1* sinbmittf.d  ui the, ralep'ayeis, it was necessarx  vhai'a{^teli lion sighed by ratepayers  tel rcsbiiting at least ten per cent.  ofr tin* real properly.,held in 1vhe,cit>  iM pfeswiilcd toMJie council, and uoni  the .-iinouiit given ahoic, it will bt-  .-.cin that the petition repiesents at  Ica-d twenty per cent, or doujiiile what  .\as ui:cessary.  'lhe council last evening was ce-prc-  M-iiltd by a full board, with the ex-'j;u,- on first Avenue and Kitchenei  ccption of Mayor Nicholson, who was mreels WaS lead, and the \nyr-..itself  ou I of the city, and/whose place������was amounts .to $228 .-80, freight $21 anil  occupied by'Aid. Malone.' haulage $li, bringing the total     cost  During "Uie pro'gresK of the meetuig ' u; the pipe up to -"$255.80,. The Road.  a report from the sanitary committ������. | foreman reported that he has two  was received, and Aid. Spence report, ' m, n at work laying the pipe, aml  ..-tl ihat there were five 0r six places ' v. in have it completed as far as Kit-  ,n the city where drains were being ' ,-|,;-ner street in aI>out two days,  uiu out onto tlie'street, conirary to ' lie also asked permission to secure,  .he by-law. Tlie owners, of thc pro- ' lumber for the purpose of makin.  ,.crty from which the drains, origin��������� ', 0 ,ie needed repairs ,to the ��������� si-dewalic  ate.il bad bei'ii instruct������d to slop the hading up High street. It will only  iitiismice within a week, and-although fa e a few two-inch boards, and per-  ihe ,tinv was adout up, none of thorn   mi Ision. was granted.  Aid Spence; _brought    up \ti  ���������Lis some drainaoe can;i.'*4,,.alQ?i������r���������fhe.  s reo't    for    a  little distance,    which  -i.id   been  complained    about.     Some  ,f  the aldermen  suggested  that   the  ������������������'.nor    be interviewed by the   Sani-  . ry    committee.      Street    Foreman  .iDander reported  that  the    propcr-  \   complained    of recently    at     the  ������������������.i-k  of  the    Ahbotsford  Hotel    h.id  .."-ii livid,  and* the drains were  iio.v  in   proper  condition.     Regarding  th:  ti b< r places complained of, and ��������� ten  uoiiod by  Aid.  Spence,  it was deddi  ..I   that  the clerk notify theari today  ttt^'have their drai'iis attended to.  V letter was received from Mr.   K:  '.   Pannell,  in  which that gentleimi.i  i a rod  that recently some one    had  ,j; enod  hi.s stable door,  and   allowed'  .���������!:..' of his horses 1o get loose.    Before he could find the animal,  it had  M.n impoumlod, and he was   obiligi.l  l, i pay' the usual fee .before tiahing   i 1.  ���������' '* -?i   jy?���������asI*"^l ;that under thecii-.  c.i ms lances,   the  fee  be "returned, "*as"  I. ��������� was  not to blame for the     hoisu  being  loosv*.     The  council could    not  s.e (he matter in this light,  and th-j  I ter was received and1 filed.  ���������*.   bill for  the    new piping     bcin,.-  li'n,:l complied with the instructions.  n'e stated that in several instances  iVh'jre he had spoken to the owners,  ihev had replied that, a drain exist,  od in .-front of the Mayor's place and  aski-d why he was not obliged to ux  same. Aid. Spence had replied that  Mayor -Nicholson'had* put in a septic  -iues-  iion of repairing the road leading to  llu* cemetery, near the end of F-ourlh  ���������Wmie. He'.stated that a.t present  it is in had shape, and will be almost impassable when wet weather  sols in. The matter waii laid over  one week.  "VIVEDREFUS''  CRIES PARIS   ^-$-^   Paris, July 11.���������The rehabililia-  i ion of Ll rev lus g--.t\e un added interest today' lo l lie celebration ol  .he fall of lbe basi He, Huge crowds  ihroiiged the 1 -lioi'oiu hl'ari s and tlur-'  .Hi; llu; ilny erics ui -'Viw I Ireyfiis."  resound, tl mi nil sitles. This was par  tii-uhw-ly noliccable ;il I .ting- Champs  wheix: ihe crush \\;is I reineiiilotis and  u'here I'residt-nl Fnllicrics siii-ronu-ilial  liy a brilliant stall* an'd accompanied  oy many disliiigi.iislii.il guests, review  .-tl  the  troops.  The entire garrison of Paris par-  lie ipn tod and among lbe notables  in tbe reviewing stand were Congress  man and Mrs. Long-worth. Ambassador jMcCormii.'k anil the King- of Cum  bodia. The Long-worths were the  .personal guesls of tbe l'resident,  who  showed   ibent   marked  titleufion.  During llu.- day Mreyi'us tlid not appear in public. He renamed home  wilh his family, receiving the congrat  illations of ti boSl. of friends who calj  ed  in   jmr'soii,   anil   reiuling   lelegrams,  FlNU'BODY  IN OLYMPICS  and the supposition is that it was  used in order for the wearer to geL  through the Ih-iCnets with grieatci  ea*-e, ���������    ' '   ���������-*-*  ' |   At the place     w-here the discovery  was made, tiie timber is very thick,  Seattle, July 17.���������A ghastly lmd bm upon working forward about one  was made by the party of campers hundred yards, there is a clearing at,  consisting of Vincent . Harder, Pr. the base of a large glacier. As to  .-icth C. Ala.ver, Se.ey Maker and whe-ther the person was killed .by an  t*iiin.< C. Hancock, while mat-.ing'the avalanche, or not, is a matter ot  ascent l0 Mount Lieanor. According conjecture. It is the opinion of tho  to the siateincnis of the incmbcis oi party that the u-iifor-tunaitc victim  .he parly, they followed the     bca't-u   hw-aine     lost in,the jiuiglc and   pcr-  i.ia.l until tliey arrived within one  thousand feet of the sunvuvil of tin  loiiiest pea''. At tlut point Uie\  iiectdi'd to save time iu making tiie  aste.ut by seeking a more direct route  to the apex of the crag in \io,v.  Alter  painfully     woiiui-ii'g  their    way  i shed.  ( n the little fiugor of the right  hai.d was found a thin gold ring,  wilh the le'tteis "M.CI" on Uie in-  :ide. There; were no camp appu-rten-.  antes found with the body, with the  i.'.ccoplion  of  a    drinking  cup,   which  through tbe almost invijenctrable iasi-   was in  a state (,f perforation.  liases of tiie fourth highest pea^   in      Respite ma.ny liniqjuiriea from parties  the Olympic range, they.were    upon ��������� living around Lake Cushman, nothing  the  verge of discontiimung their     el-  i'orls  to  reach    -the objective     point  O'er     any    other    thoai  the  regulai  bla/.ed trail, when a man named.Ellis,  wh<j hails from Los Angeles, disco vexed human bones which were f.n-  tirely devoid of flesh.  Dr. Maker made a iear.e-ful exiimiiiti..  lion  and  expressed  the opinion   that  was   learned which   would   shed     any  light on the discovery.  EC OS BOMBAY.  Press four Spanish pimentos  ihrough a sieve; nib together one tA-  blespoonfiil nf butter and one of flour  add a half pint'of strained tomato.;  stir until boiling: add .the pimento, a  the pelvic foniKution would indicate level tcaspooJiful of curry powder and  cables and letters, which potuvtl in'ihat it was that 0f a woman. The ' a half 'tea-spoonful of salt, a tea-  from all cmarters. All who saw Prey 's|iun iienotcd that the hotly was that spoonful of onion juice and a table-  fus say thai   he is looking- we'd    anil  oi- a Caucasian. js.o.nful     of lemon    juice;  add   four  if the SI,200 he carried strapped a-tlaI'I'y and thai the decision of the What few fragments 0f clothing': licod hard-boiled eggs; when- hot,  bout his person. The monoy was tosuP,'<-,*ne L'ou,t seems to hart' worked that remained, appeared to have for- s?rve with a border of boiled rice.������������������  i,o,-n h������������������ ri,.i;..^..oH  t.nmnrrny a complete transformation in him.        oierly    been,   the   apparel of a man,  .Philadelphia Ledger. ,  ijf  *^> <39(��eS*"
THE LADYSMITH DAlLYLEDfiKR
lHt DAILY LEDGER
Published   every   day   except Sunday
'   -BY���
I HE  DAILY LEDGER  COMPANY.
OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.
SUBSCRIPTION.
One  Year  (In advance)  ..........  $5.00
Oiie Month .........    :U 50 cents
TUESDAY
J lily  17,  19.0.6
ire',fi^^-tf*-fl����**^-j*^^
No other travel-book tells as   much about    the   Gieat Notthern as     1
A BRUTAL'MUHhtii
New York, duly
oi-c-rs at tho.King
.New: :iirightou, L.I.,
day  charged
,10���Throe lab-
Plaster Works,
were arrest ed" to
with the murder of a
fellow workman, Frank CU-l/iK"--, a
J!iissia/i.      -      .
(Jei^.iier was ihe victim of one ol'
the foulest, crimes 'perpetrated in the
annals of crime in ("renter t 7**.ew
York, according to the -police' -and
Coron-ii* Lari-c-ll, who are investigating  th-e case. ;
Desiring-   to'   be - revenged     on     ('ut'.-
ncr.   bis    'Companions    in   '.be   work-
.        f i
shop   lied   tlie  man  to  a   hywho.-i    m
the factory anil watched him while
tbe Whirling .machinery burled bis
body through the .air in great, revolutions and-'beat-1he  life  *~>ut  of   it.
FEAR THE NATIVES.
London, July 16.���The correspondent at Cairo of the Express .learns
that in view- of the rapidly inoreas-
lag 'fanaticism of the natives, el��b-
orate ,. plans for strengthening the
army -of���������'occupation..-have been prepared by. Lord Cromer, the British
-agent and Consul General in Egypt
and. his advisors.
EXPLOSION OF DYNAMITE.
Ashland; Wis., July 16.��� A powder mill of the Atlantic ; Dynamiin
Company, several miles from Ashland, blew up today, killing three
men, twenty others were injured.
The dead are: B. Pierce, General
superintendent, of the powder mill
Win- Wallace, Injborer, George Wood,-
isil. Tift neutrali-'.iiig ' plant was destroyed. There w-ere 2o buildings iu
tho group. The shock was terrible
and broke many windows in Ashland.
19061
Its chapters deal with Puget Sound, the Columhia River, the Que-
niut Indians, the Bittcnoot Kamgc of Montana, the Yellowsttno
National Park. ,
^ 1 SEND    IT    TO    YOUR    EAS1ERN    FRIENDS
There's nothing M-ttei as a gu .ide  to  the splendid  country   botwccfi
-the Mississippi and tlic tide, w uters of the Pacif.c.     Send six ccntv
for a copy, or send the   si\ cents with   the address  of  the    friend
to wham ������"WondtM land  PlOU"    is to be mailed t��
'���A.'^I.  Cl.EI.AXI),  Gen.   Pass'gr   \ mm l,  ST.  P\l'L,  iWnn i.
Northern Pacific Railway
Three Traips  Daily in each tl j i ct-t ion   between  St.   Paul,   Minneapolis, Duliith and  Superior,  aiwl    the Great Pacilic Northwest.
S*���*"g*gJSieg&Tfc?-?^^
I
Try a Province Cigar.
SAVED HIS COMRADE'S LIFE.
"While letuining from lhe Giand
Army Encampment al Washington
City, a comrade from Elgin, HI., was
taken with cholera mcil.s .mil was
in a critical conditnn," t-a\s jUr.
J. E. Iloughland, of Kldon, Iowa.
| "I gave him Chanibeilain's Colic,
Cholera ami Dial i hoi a Remedy r.nd
helieve saved his life. 1 ha'-c lcen
engaged for ten years in immigtalion
work and eonduclod many partus to
the isouth and west. 1 always carry this remedy and have used il successfully on in.inv occasions " i Sol I
by Ladysmilh  Ph.iiinacy.
LA I: HS    HKYA-S
New York, '..lull 1(> -Colonel I rein y
Wul lersoh, the noled Iveiuucky editor, who i.s spending-his vacation at
���Muuhul Inn litach, consented to talk
politics to a reported today and incidentally came out into the open
tviih the declaration ihat ho is opposed    to  governmental   ownership.
Asked how William .1. Bryan can
shake his sixteen to one argunients
and the supreme court propositions
and still hold bis enthusiast ic
friends and the reaped of conservatives, "Mr.   Wui ler-'on  said:
"Sixteen tt: one. as \ ou call it.
is as dead as the institution of African slavery. Th.- supremo court pre)
.position is nol doctrinal, lb'. Bryan
is ten years older than he was in
1S9G. Radicalism and conservatism
are not only relal ive but convertible terms.
John Rui'du, tin Austrian, ajj-ed *'G
y��irs, recoiled fatal miuries while
dming in No ���">. mine on .Monday
oven in;;. Deceased was driving a
t rain of curs
foremost  car
curred. What actually did occur will
nc\-oi- be learned. Win. Ci'olt'onl, the
helper, who wus following behind,
was- attracted by IJurda's shout
and running up lie found the latter
fast under tbe foremost car. Upon
raising tlic ear deceased was'able to
crawl out. -He was removed to tho
hospital, where all possible wasdone
for him bul he died on Tuesday at
.'*  p.m.
jii'nnalt   & Nanaimo Railway
HIP SCHEDULE
FFEi
i Am
EFFECT 1VE  JULY
Sin... iiom Lad\sii*ilh for Y.*ii:ou\ ei eicry
Sails from Vjn:-oiiier ��oi Lad)smith eveiy
:.'I0 p.
I'ue. tl ..y
1I�� aid, iv
I' o'clock a.m
���nil    Tuesday, at
m.
J-* ERNIE NEWS.
C ARRiE ' -. N AT 1.0 N   A G A I.N.
Guthrie", O.T., July 10.���Carrie Nation, who is out on. a 82,500 bond
charg-c-d '.with sending objectionable
magazine matt.ei- ' through the innil
has ordered her managing editor and)
publisher to proceed to print The
Hatchet, and she says she will up-
peal'the case if convicted in the lower court. ��� In thc meantime she is us
ing* the; express companies instead of
the United States mail to prove that
The Hatchet has never broken a
law.
-Mrs. Nation points to the destruction of tho saloon property i" Kansas last week by lhe officials���what
she was arrested for. doing six years
ago.     Mrs.  Nation's  trial   is  set    for
July 31.
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NAVAL   SCANDAL.
New York, July Id.���Defects in
two of the latest American warships promise to create a big naval
scandal and the United States will
kave to spend SCO,000 to remedy
somebody's "error."
��� Tbe ships in question are the armored cruisers Colorado and 'Pennsylvania,- tho eq|!inl of which bnrr
ing the West Virginia and Maryland
their sisters, are not to In- found in
any  navy.
A .board  of  survey have  discovered
thai   lhe bolier.s  of  the Colorado  and
Pennsylvania    were  not
perly   and has estimate
Gentlemen,���Last August my horse
was badly cut in eleven places iby a
barbed wire fence. Three of the cuts
(small ones) .healed soon, but tli/*
others became fold and rotten, and
though I tried many kinds of medicine they had no heneficinl result. .At
last a doctor advised mc ta use
MINARD'S LINIMENT    and in four
insulated pm ; weeks'   tii'in*. evt-rv  sore   was    healed,
i
���thai   it   will';lnd  the hair    has grown  over     eaeh
require    ninety  days and   s-.'Ui.noo   ;o  c.-nu  in   fine  condition.    The   Liniment
make   the   necessary   repairs   on     the   is certainly wt.nd'Tful ill  its  working.
ships.    On   orders    from   the  board
���force of men  has  begun  (he  work.
(Free  Press.;
J. H. llawthornthwaile, M. L. A.,
delivered an address at Michel on
Sunday afternoon and at Coal
Creek on Tuesday night. lie went
west on Wednesday, stopping olT at
Movie to gi\f another address at
that  place. '
A big cave-in occurred in No. S
miiif here on .Monday, necessitating
the suspension of work in that part
of tho mine unTil it can he cleared.
\"o one was injured. Ihe fall having
occurred at night. I bid it been iu the
day lime when there ure many men
at work it might, -have caused some
fatalities.
Tbe re.sull of the high school examinations for the province. have
been published and I-'ernie ha.s tluu
proud distinction of standing at the
top of the list, sharing the honors
Willi Golden. Pernie and Golden
Cach have seven candi-dales and .all
those seven in each shoo! passed successfully. In ihe Kootenays there
wiero seventy candidates, 0f whom 35
passed.
Minaid's  Liniment cures  Cold,  etc.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I in-
and was silting on thu'icnd to apply to thc Board of Li-
when  the accident   oc- consin.g Commissioners of the City of
Ladysmith, at it next sitting, for n
.transfer from myself to Hanry Blair
of the license to sell spirituous and
fermented liquors on lot three (3),
Block twenty-six (2G), ou thc premises known as the Cecil Hotel, situated on First Avenue in tlie city of
Ladysmith, B.C.,
Dated  this 15th   day   of June,    A.
D.  1906.
GEORGE HANNAY.
By his Attorney in fact,
Henry  Reifcl.
For a cool, refreshing-���
T H
JLJ.j
During; the Summer
Months Call on-	
THOMAS LEWIS
Shaving   Parlors,  etc.,     High  Street
Sunlight Soap is better than oilier soups, but
s li>st when used in tilt- Siinlisiht way.
llu .' S i il! ;lit i i i i  iili-i!   '.v Oirecti.in.s
FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN
Wall Papers
Call on J, E. Smith
House' and Sign Paintei
Union made-Capital & Nugget Cigars
DAY SCHOOL
Gnual subjects taught; ulso ian-
guage-." drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons glv-
���������i in classes or individually
IUTSS  HERTBAiM,      Ladysmith, B.C
RAYMOND  &  SONS
���Dealers  in���
Lime,   Plaster  Paris,    Brick,*-
Fire  Brick and  Vancouver is-
���' land cement.
:J.  Pandora St.  Victoria B.C.
k h Coin? fast? .
Then b�� mure your tickets read    11?
th*
North Western.Line
The only line now making UNiOfs
DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL
and MINNEAPOLIS with "thr
through trains from the Pacifi-
CoMt.
THE SHORTEST LINE, TF
FINEST TRAINS, TIIE LOWEF"
RATES,   THE FASTEST TIME.
BETWEEN
MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,  'CI-1V
CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS  CIT*
and ALL POINTS EAST.
For complete information ask y
local agent or write,
V. W. PARKER
G-Kierftl   ^����"*
710 2u4 Ave.. MeattU.
Geo, L,. Co*tirtrie"\r,
District Passi'isgor A^cnt
i5S Government  St., Victoria, H.C.
i*��i>-'".��^.
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2
Ticket and   Freight  Office,   75
Government Street.
Transcontinental  Q
Trains Daily     L
The New Train
ORIENTAL LIMITED
, The Train of
Ease,   Elegance,   Exce'llencc.
Every  mile  a  picture,    and
no smoke  to spoil ��� the    view. "*
Through  Compartment,   Observation  and Pullman   Sleep- '���
ers;     also    Through    Tourist -'
Cars to Chicago.
At antic Steamship Business to Europe  ���
is our Specialty
Union     Terminals   with   all
Steamer lines.
Berth reservations by   wirel
Great Northern S.S. Co.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for Ja- -
pan and China ports at fre-
���fiienr dates. Exact sailing
dates can he secured upon application to any Great Northern representative.
S. G.  YERKES,
A..G.P.A.,  Seattle,  Wash.
E. R. STEPHEN,
Gen.  Agent, Victoria,  B.C.
2?
i
Fletcher Bros.
��� ..Dealers in
Pianos   & Organs
Ladysn.irh, B.C
Try Capitil and Nugget Cigars
Minard's Liniment
DI-GBY, N.S.
Co.,   Limited.
Witness, IVm-
.101 IN   H.  liOLI'r'N.
Bauer.
Under New Alanai*;rnen<
HOTEL WILSON,
> Jus.5 R. McKi.nnefL Prop.
NANAIMO
���"'oinmercial Mens'   headaB:inters.
Modern  and .   Strictly  First  Clats.
Pire Pron?     Buildiig.
THE JONES HOTEL
 WHITE   OOOK���
and
���WHITE   LABOR���
Employed. Only
(Half Block from Depot.)
GATACRE   STREET- .- Ladysmith.
"v��^
h. -J. HERRVS
Ij& nurseries,     greenhouse AND SEt'D
HOUSES
3'Jia   Vestuainster   Road,
VXSOOUVEil.
li.V-
Headquarters for	
PACIFIC GROWN Garden, iielo
and llower SEED5
tor, distribution. ;
Large   stock    of Home
Grown, FRIT IT am-  OR-  &.
NAMENTAL     TREES
now matured for Spring.
No expense, loss or   delay of  fumigation  or inspection
Let me' price your, list
before  iiliicing your   or-
_^ _     der. Grecnnousc Plants,
^^    Floral Packages.  Fertilizers,  etc.
3010   Westminster Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
-   i
Plumbing anil Tinsmilhing
DONE   AT
Reasonable Prices
J. ANDERSOiN.
Leave orders  at -Peterson's  Furn ���
ture Store, or telephone No 5j..
t ��� *s**i"'"5*-J-*���*�����-ir-*******.*l���^���*^'i"^:4��^-^.^.^.^^.^.^.^-^i-^-^-^-^a..^.^.^-^.i..|.4;.M ���;���
��- !
-   HOTEL   DOMINION
-     ��� Rr.'tte -fl. ���!.���'��� nnd^l.r,!'���.
F >��� 11  all at*.** hoat   !s*nd n. a and
rii'way ���.!?.-.. ol,s. K!< c'ric'cHtn jvsiy livs-
���iiimrfi?, in all parts <il Ll'.f- r.hy. Bai
md i-a'-.h' unoxc ������I-"'.
F. RAVNKS. Proprietor,
\I1B0TT  ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, C.
Best  accommodation   for  transient
uid permanent boarders and lodgers.
GRAND       HOTEL
This  new Hotel  has been comlort-
aMy furnished  and the bar Is up-to-
i d>t,p      Hates %i.%m a day    and     -��p-
j w\rds.
I WM.  BEVERIDGE, Prop.
j E��'pIaB����'��"   ���' "������ '���'���-: ������' LA-dy-mlti
simam iii:.\th:..
1.1,'RN'I.SH.   llnoMs
I3AR SUI'I'MKI' WITH TiH  'l*
WINKS, I.lyUORS, ClOAK.-
0TSF0RD H0IE
\. J. McMUW.TRJr3, Proprietor
Newly fitted up and
Furnished
I.ADVSMIHI,   .C
Good tables aud good
Rooms
THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.
PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, COLO AND
SILVER ORES.
Smelting Works at
LADYSMITH/B.C.
HEAD OFFICE    *
DUNCANS STATION.
Vancouver Island, B. G,
CLERMONT LIVINGSTON
General Managei.
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STOVES! STOVES!
we are making I"Ifc'ATERS and:.'RANGES of
Latest Styles and Newest Paticrn's-'-We do
Ai| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work
Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty
Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works CoTLd
TELEPHONE 53 * P_  0
Box
..��..��-���. ,,.��..���.
This   Hotel  has
been  completely       renovated.
Board amd lodgiag $1.00 per day.
HOTEL-    PRETORIH
JOHN THA, Proprietor
Bar   Supplied   with   the  Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-:  :-: '���-: Ladysmith B.C.
���*;        Liquors and  Cigars.
President    J.  W.  COBURN, Managing Director.
Telephane 4-b.
fie Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd
v ��� '1W
v-��*^
MILLS    AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH��� T
Shingles &. Sp-eoialty
MANUFACTURERS OF	
Hough ami Dressed Fiv and Cedar Lumbers
LATHS,   SHINGLES,   MO ULDINCiS,      ETC.,     ol    the   BEST
QUALITY SEASONED.      AND    DRIED     FLOORINGS      AND
FINISHING   LUMBP;n IN  STOCK
TH6 CITY 7V^ttRK6T
R. Williamson Prop
rst. Avenue Ladysmith B. C
PAJNTINI..;   AND   PAPKRHANGING
Neatly and Artistically Done	
""" Orders   Promptly   Execute
S. ROEDDING    -    LADYSMITH
lad/smith transfer stable
PIANOS,      ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     H'URNITURI-
EI)  PROMPTLY A ND  SAFELY.
MOV-
Slahled in the re��'* of
l.he Lad ysmith hotel.
A hunts ford
Leavr  orders  at   (f.��
v A.   J   'WASKETT,  J      Pr0P mm  T  THEL ADIBMITH DAILY LEDGER  LODGES  LADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.���������  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall eery 2nd and 4th  Tuesday, at 7 30 p.m.  MRS.  KATE TATE,  M. of R. & C.  - ii������.i2B������3"3BEiaa  H1LBERT  i*>5fe-  UN1TEI) ANCIENT ORDER  OF  DRUIDS.  Wellington Giow, N0    J,  Ih \ O D  meets  in  the    100F    Mall, , Ladj-  'smith,  thc Second  and  Fouilli    Wnl-  nesdays   ol   each   month,   coniincnciiu  Wednesday, 13th,  lfid.").  Visiting Diuids aie united   lo   attend.    By Oidei  WM   RAFTFR,   Rtc   Sec  PATRICK BURK, N'.A.  Dr. Dier can be found al anv time  |at his office on OaUcic stieel. His  , dental work is guai-intccd to hcfiist-  [class,  and  i.ites  ioa.son.iblc  NOTICE  From this* date the undersigned  [will not be lusponsible for any in-  Idehtediiess incuricrt except on *���������  jwiitten orner signed hy the secrelan  [Rowland   M.u-liin  V.   I.   EXPLORATION  &   DEVEL  OPAlR.Vf* CO ,  LTD  [Non Persot'.i;  Liabil'ly  victoria   n   p    Vj-c  i'-if'i   ""ik  Dr. R. B.  Surgeon Dentist  \ll  woik  guaranteed  and  at   leu-iOii-  , aide rates.  | RESIDENCE   AND  OFFICE  I  jGaiacre-ht Lad} smith  0| en at all  hoiiis.  |        ,   ii-ADYSMITH    bAKLkV  CHOICE     CAKES     AND    PASTR\  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    Caket   -���������"lade   to   Older  FRLiTS    AND    CANDIES  OK ALL  WINDS.    FliESil   BREAD EVERY   DAY  j Trices    arc     Very Reasonable.      AU  I ustomeis arc* Treated Alike.  HOP   LEE * CO.  ON THE -iSPLANADE.  NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  .J  tils  L    Mi own ol Kan 11 oops "r-- in  the  on   business  ZULU CHIEF  DECAPITATED  l"veiybod\   i'avois    having    plans of  so  ,o Kind ioi   swimming  places  J oiidon, Julj i(.���������In iepl.\ to the  ms'nual ion ol .Mj*>oi JJenipse*. ol  Ciiieimmli. Ohio, that the high oih-  coi , oi the Sanation urm\ Iui\e ap-  pli.-d to tlu-u puvute use a liu*u*e J'o'-.  ^  i-^psB^srr^K^zr-.  'El-  *��������� -"..   ������"-    Se^i****-!  r*.\  M  7������* 'Hit re-***"*"-"-** t������&&, ^  sy  Tlin  tri  a.tes in  the  *x   1". ���������*  ���������j rf T  lit  .il'.citoT.   rtc  t.  4������*.y   ~  5r  LA'VSrVI H  .��������� i  )M  1U   Ul  iVfannfacturcrs of th-- Famous  cuun   y. )>: )-\ ���������  |None bu    Uiiic-n l,a''.o;     limployed  H   .1.   KOOFM. Prop  EXCELLENT    I  Train Service  BETWEEN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL. QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  And tlio Prlncliml Business Comers of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, HFW YGRH AND "  PHILADELPHIA. VIA NIAGARA FALLS, j  For Time '1 a'Jle'., ctu , ad.lresb  CEO. W. VAUX,  AislBtiint Gcn'l ITs'cnger m:il Ticket Agent,  13S ADAM3 ST, CHICAGO, ILL.  rarwrancH  (la ��������� Ihey wish lo play tin* gfinu'l  Th Captain of Uiu K ol' I' I'mhi  is uixious lo know ihis, s0 thai all  ai'angcinfiils Ioi I he lug nu.uii" ciin  I if made  'J ho .S(-uid, li������a'.!ud down wnh luili-  hul, is in pon lakinsj on hunUei  coal From Nanaimo she will tfo lo  Yaiicou\<.M   lo  unload  Five young scalions .ue *ju hoard  Ihat are being taken o\cr io he giv  <-n to the Stanley Park trustees loi  tho cily collection, they arc a fine  lot of youngsters, the lather and  mother were killed before Iho >oii*ng  ones could  he captured.  A sea Woli that was harpooned by  tho cicw is on board, it is a 'fierce  looking monster, ovei nine it-ot  long  Pal  *y  Fancy Dyein������  and ('loaning   Cha,ig-  ;>s lcasi.n.i.l.lc, etc.    Woik Guaianleeil  ItomniaiGialSf. ��������� Kanainiu, S< D*  !fcnui w w  Manufacturers Of���������  IRONOL.-OD   3FIAND  CLOTBZNO,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE DRY GOODS  VIGTOHIA, B. 0.  SLACJCSIimSHOF  Miners' Driiiing Machines  IADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT  NOTICE        DRILl ������-:'  |SHARPENED  BY US     ALWAYS-   GIVE  SATISFACTION.  .���������PICKS ���������HANDLED-A ND REPAIRED���������  -S H I P S MI T niNfr    IN      V L L    ITS-B R A NO IJ IvS  Horseshoers and Genera.' fcra .' smiths,  R. WRIGHT;- -.-  |Bu.ller Street   -     '-", -     -   Lad^-tiViUi, b  -J  .���������^���������*-r-t^i*^V*^-,I*^-"4r-^-^������-*.-J������<--l������.>^.*^.'^.r-.^.;.^.J^  OKANAG-AN BEATS THEM ALL  Says thc Winnipeg Free Press: Mr  Walsoti Jones, has just returned from  a Msit to his brother, Win Jones,  ol Ende".bv, near P-enticton,' Okana-  gan, li C , and .brought to the Free  Pic'-s sonic samples of wheat, tinno-  thv and clov-er 'lhe wheat measured D") inches and was \ery Uiickly  stooled, several heads measured kcv-  rn niches and olhcis (ii, and the  shoitcsl was "H inclies jn length the  heads weie all si"i rowed and on one  li������ad, 1C8 mraine. weio counted 'lhe  wherl was planted late last fall hut  did not genu mate until spring Mi.  Watson icjorted the sta* tl very  thick  The timolhy was also a .splendid  Sample, averaging 55 inches with  heads fme inches long. The clover  was what i\vai Inown as mammoth  rod and was 38 inches high       i ,  bl.iieineni      lejidrti-d   to  made at Cuiciiiiiat i to thc ellfii   tha*-  I   liavu  pci^onallv  pioliled   h\   iiionevs   _  Loiiti'ibiitt-il tu  I In-1 luniK   ol   I he Sal-  \aiioii   Ahii,\    is   in   ahsoluteh   ndic-  uloils  lahehood '* |  'I his   is   nol   the   Iiisl  lime    Ceneial  Uooth has liLcii ac-( usi il. , bu!   in  \ m\\ ^  ol   the   Kiel    that   King   1'dwaid   and |  uio-st of tho ciowiied h'Mds oi govern*  mints   base   oliieiallv    lecoym/ed-  work Moolh has done io help his felloe   nifii,   he  has   laifl*.   uolu-i'd  such  1.urges      Today the chtvgo-. oi "Mayor  Dempsey    of   Cini inn.it i  cann-' like  a lo.\    bombshell |  .Major l)cnipsc-\   i-. defending his   m-'  doisement   of    Chief   oi   Police    IMill-  ikiii's oiflci   prohifilimg SaUation  Ar'  ���������un   worl-cis   tioin   tollecimg     nionej,  -.aid  I have not b'cen able lo convince  ir.seif ol the disinteiestudiu ss oi  hose behind the Suhation \rm> 1  >ass no criticism on the- women in  '���������ii.nnels, aiul tht men in uniiorm, who  I Ij������1k>vo are doing good woiKs but  ihare are those, 1 am satisfied v ho  a ������ making a good living oui ol this  aid 1 include the man a<io->-. the biy.  '���������olid "  are operated by  two Ui!V-.;r.-:i  If  niiy   part   burns  out   ii  by  simply   taking   out   a   j !:i,  getting  fin   entirely   iu-v.*   -.- .  It's a real conifoi-l to lm    ���������  in  your furiiucc*- -:ur.\:i-   i-  Sold  by all milei-pi i-i:i  '���������Sini'-liino" consist of  two j i iii"s (1 bars), with  .iliort bulhioj^ tooth, and  t    sll.lkl-TS  can t-arfily bu  removed  and    replaced    without  ��������� "o i.i.my simple features  -t;j������i i-.-iri-0 and economy.  ile.tliTi.    Booklet  free.  DRANK TO SAVE A  CITY  eflcct, and the hurgermeister was sent  oh tn gel the executioner At length,  when everything was m a great i up-  lo.ii, Tillv called for drink.s, and a  I rrmhiiDig baimau! hiought him a  ��������������������������� gidil statu]) cup of Taulj-ei wune   lie  \Iuch is made of the legends and di.n\ fiom it and passod il on to  hi'.toiy of thc quamt modiaeval town -o'lie of lus men, and still it wasn't  of Rothcni'-iuii!*., as is nati.ral wheie tmini d when suddenly, stiuck by its  they lay s0 much stress on Umi pn^t sl ������ .*.n.l 1 e"t{!, m a hettiei humoi  clones, says the Mietio-politaii M.ag- fiom the wine he said in jest-  a/me The shop windows are full of "'���������" an", man of yoii,ciui emii-ity this  lijr glass cups with painted figuies full cup at one draft 1 will show  of the    Emperor     tlic se\en elcclois   incicy  and spate the town "  VUCIUTKCTS  JX  CONGKV.SS  Leads Them  .'-���������.:������������������ -.:':.���������..,,.���������.   ;.   ���������   :���������:.    .���������>��������������������������� U  ���������I'N, g(7AyTY '������������������;���������:  r. p. j^iTfriET,  ACo^'Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  "ICTORIA,   ������������������ ���������--��������� ��������������������������� '���������:���������:���������-B.C  ���������jiich a    cup,    accompanied  hy  illuding   t0 a (Jeoig Nusch nml  wax a @  WiLl be Delivered on  Mondays,   Wedn s:l:ivs.  Fi id ays and Saturdays  'Orders  must  he in  by  eleven  o'clock  on ' day  of  Dclivtiy,  Limited  ANA-IMP^  8. C,  quirements   as to residence may    he  J satisfied by such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his home  stead, the roqitiiremciits as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six montlie' notice in writir,>-  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands nt Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Nofc more than .'J.2n  Any available Dominion Lands aCTCS can bc a0(P''I0<1 hy one indivi-  withiu the Railway I3elt iu British f,ual m' cot������l)a-T,y- Royalty at the ���������  Columbia, may be hoinesteadcd by ra,e , "' te������ oonts per ton of 2,00...  any person who is tlie sole head of 1r)0'"''S shflH Lc ������ollec|(.(l on the  ft family, or any male over e ghtecn gr0SS 0"1|Ult  j'ears of age, to the extent of one-!  quarter section of J00 acres, inoic  or less.  Kntry must be made personally at j  the local land ollice for the district j  in  which  the laud   is situate, j  Tlie homesteader is required to per- '  fomi  the  conditions  connected   there-  with    under    one     of  trie    following  plans:  (1) At least six mnntlis' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for   three years.  (2) If the father, ("or mother, if the  father i.s deceased*], of the homesteader-resides .upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered  for. tbe    re-  MODEST CLAIMS OFTEN  CARRY MOST  CONVICTrON'  When Maxim, the famous gun in-.',  ventor, placed bis gun before a coni-  mittoe of judges, he'stated its car'-  rying rower to be much below -.-what  he felt sure the gun. would, accomplish. The result of the trial ..- was  therefore a great surprise, instead of  disappointment. It is the same with  the manufacturers of Chamlnerlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Renie-  ;dy. They dp not boast' of what  this remedy will, accomplish, but prefer to let the users make the. state-:  incuts. What they do claim, is that  it will possibly "cure diarrhoea, dysentery,- pains in the stomach and how-  els and lias never been known to fail.  For sale by The Ladjsmith Pharmacy.  Millard's   Liniment cures   Diphtheria  W.   W.   CORY,  T'e:*!ity  of   lhe Minister of Tntp'-'V-r  W.   STLER.  1ET9EKAL JbXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WDRIC PROMPTr.y rif    ������������������  Lt.vs orders  at.  the   ATibotsford  ncimrn������ax3tL������9R������:n  Koej>  Minard's  house.  Liniment    in     thi������  LASS     GLOBE-*  When you  want a Glass globe  see  that    you  get  the     globe  with  the  rubber  ring on     it, ,  as it is  the only   kind    that  can keep the water out ��������� the ������������������  globes without the rubfl-Jer ring  cannot     keep    out water, you_  can    see that    by  examining**  them.       The artificial    flower  that  is   put  into  the     globes  with the rubber rings, is guar ������-  anteed  to be the best, and    if  you    want  a globe    with     a  Rubber  Ring,  call at Mrs.  T.  X.  Jones, agent for  HHNRY CREW  The only    piace yon  can   get  Them.  e    Sole  Agent in  B.C.   for     the'  I    French-   Wreath  Co., of   Lon-  |    don,   Paris,   Melbourne,   S.A.,  I Cor.  f'omnx Rd. ,<*���������-. Milton St.  | NANAIMO B.C.  . iki other woitlues (sou.veniis Toi tha  Mi-Amy toui.ist), and m son*.n of the  decurations 'of inn's and -wine looms  t man     is    piciiucd  drinking out    of  \CIS'JS  to   a  Meislei-Tiunk  ., We..wondered a.boiiit it- till wc found  a local guide look with the explanation.. It seems .tliat Nisch by his famous drm'' saved .the town several  centuries ago. He was a senator,  and a sou of the ii:inkei?.|M*.r 0f the.  Rolher fhiim (Red Cock), which is  still .standing a  little way down , the  \l this all the people stood1 and  ���������-Liiicd, not niie daiing to undoitake  t (the cup lv U three quarts) until  .\isfi, thin nrj; that would at least  tr tli> plwantct death and piola-b-  ly is.il to di inkling a gieat deal,  s,ul lie would Uy it Ever\r.l������od\  was breathless . with suspense, fearing he would give out before iemptying iho cup, but on and on he went  till the last drop was drained. He  bad only strengith enough left to han't,  the cup to Tilly and say: : "Thy promise," and he fell faiinting to the.  pj'roi.-.nd.     lie recovered  in a few davs  London,   duly   It'���������Tho      Internal-  i-.ii.nl    Congiess  o'l    \ichituits   opened  ii. -(.'    loflay  with  a    luieption    at   th ���������  .  anon  gallei ics   b\   I'lcsulent      l-ii-'l-  u-h -I       About   a   thousand    delegates  i. -ii' in at tendnni I-     The UniW'd  Sta-  c.    was   well   i-f'pre-.i'ntL'd,    .is    wojo  all   ihe   Isui-op.'an   states   and      mo^t  oi    the   Hntish   colonies      Phc-     iiiaug-  iii al   meeting    was   held    I his      aflei-  iii on   at   the    Guild   hall    under     th."  Pi c-sidfiify  oi   Ihe    lli.ko   ol   Ai"g>H  street here.     Many" o-f the  inns     are ! luuvevier; and lived to be ei,ghty. And  hundreds of years old and run under  the same names '-they have always  home. Well, during the wars of the  reformation this ' *vas a Protestant  town and was bei eiged and taken by  Tilly after a spirited resistance. Ho  entered the place folio wed. ;Ky his  train and proceeded to the Rath us,  where the hiirgcrmeister aii'd the senators were, assembled, and in the  barbarous sstylts of those days o'*der-  *d Ihat they all he beheaded.  'IMicn there was-such'wailing and  ���������iitreaties from the wives ami c-h.il-  lr.cn and townspeople Ihat be finally  ���������aid  lie  would   lie  content with  lllv  'kept his word.   ;_���������0 ���������  "Pa, what's a prime mover?"  ������������������One who can gel a bureau downstairs without knocking off any plas-  .er, or saying things ' that ladies wouldn't like to hear."���������-Chicago  Rccnrd-llerald.  BASEBALL.  Nat tonal League ,  I'.oston,   Pittsburg,   no gam'  ("lutago H, Philadcliihia 1  *- t    Louis Ii   Yew   Yoik    .'!  I'miiimatti  2. TlioiiKljn  (5  American League.  Cleveland   1,   Washington  0.  I'.oston   0,   St.  Louis 2.  Philadelphia  L  "Detroit   2.  N'ew   Vorl;   1.   Chicago  7.  A   GOOD  STOCK.  "'ni.it nifi,n used to he very craifhed  and disagreeahle in his manner before  lie ran for   ollice.     Where do. you sup-  _r-c.se he got  all  the homey he is put-  thc | tiny now in his siieeohes?''  AN  INFALLIBLE  CLEW.  Proprietor of resort to. his wife���������  Oi-rmaine, you'\ie forgotten to ������iao  \'o.   12 bis .bill.  Wife���������You're much mistaken. I took  t io his room, ten .minutes ago.  Proprietor ��������� Then I guess you've  mode a .' mistake in your addition.  No. 12 was singing | before you saw  hiii!. and he .has not left oft since  he's  had his bill.���������Pele Mcle.'  ieatli of C mr, hut the rest would  not lis ben to. this and said all of  fcbcni  or   none,   or something   to  tliat   crican.  "1  guess  Ire's getting it from   the  C'*  iu  his  boniiint."���������Balliniiore   Am-  l������-'   VOU   WANT  AQ>OD   first Class   Meal  CVLL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS  OPEN FIRST   AVENUE.  ������e-*. ������������������������".���������.  ��������� O"-r.-c.-o..<-..���������������..-*..������..������..  First  Cbss  KIGS  FOR HIRE  DELIVERED.  ONE   NICKEL   FOR   TWO   FARES.  "Women are prcitty maginaninious  wit'i each other," concluded the in an  v.h) bad tihoii'ght they .were not.  ."The other day a girl got on the  car. She had a $5 hill. No change.  S'm* turned to the woman who sa-i.  next to her and said: -Can you let  | me have change for this? I am ��������� in a  hurry.     I don't want to be put   off."  "I haven't'the change," replied tho  woman,, "but here   is a nickel."  "The girl demurred. "Cake it,' insist d the woman. 'It is only just.  I have ibeen riding for aiboiit. a miilc ���������  and a half and the conductor hasn't,  col beted my fare yet. It is against  my principles to force it upon him.'  ���������New York Press.  WOOD  AND HARK  FOR  SALE    AND  EXPRESS WORK.  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  ���������������������������������������������������������������'������������������*���������"  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER W03KS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on  Roberts   Street  lay Water     Rates, .'between the  10th    and the 25tb of each m nth.  Offies Hdurs f P.M. 4.30  T. \ BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  ORK  Light  Teaming.  Orders  With���������  Wood and   Hark     for  sale.     See  .1.   KEMP,  or    leave  W. CARTER,  FIRST AVE'NUE  PHONE  6-0  .11.-ST TOO AWFULLY SWEET.  Alaynie���������I was at a porfccllj' lovely  u-gaiii sale yesterday.  Wdyth���������Where?  May.nie��������� At a down-town shoe store.  All the shoes were markied down two  o;- three siacs.���������Chicago News.   o   MUCH EASIER.  Dr.o- Dealer���������I can assure you madam, that this dog is .extremely  cheap at 100 francs.  Pcssibte Customer���������I should like to  take it, but I don't know what- my  husband will say.  Do_>; Dealer���������Madam, mark my word  Yoir'll find it much easier to get  another husband tlian another dog  like this.���������Bon Viv.ant.  BOWEL COMPLAINT  . IN CHILDREN  During the summer m0nths children  are subject to disorders of the .bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as the first unnatural looseness of the bowels appears  Tlie liest medicine in use for bowel  complaint is Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as it  promptly controls any unnatural  looseness of the bowels.      For   sale THELADYSMITHDATT/T LEDGER  You will act wisely by spending your money vheie you will get  ������t������ $ ������!��������� <t> 'frit' <t> 'I' ft fr fr 'I1 ft H^MM^M^  *  *  ���������  *  ���������  *  ���������  ���������  AND THAT'S AT  ^^���������������������������^���������^���������^������������������$$$ i&$&&&&& "$&*$"$>  Smith, Pirn  ML  ,I-:D 1JY   LKillTNLNC  ON   LAKK SHORE DRI\ i'i  'ih.il*.-- Alii  r ������ww .* ��������� -  'Local items  Air. Kli Rowland is m Cioilon. today, h.a\ing gone down on 'the morning  I lain on business.  Mis. T. Co wan and family lull iui  Cum-herland today, where they will  spend a Couple ol weeks* -visiting.  NOTICE.  If  you  want    to sell your chickens  for  a fair    price, hriiig  them to    J..  X. Smith's restaurant,  1st Avenue.  THE   DUKE ANGRY  AT   AMBASSADOR  I Chicago, July 17.���������Frank Matson,  1-1 \cais old, was Killed, and loui  others seriously Imniud by lightning  ' today while .seeking shelter irom a  rain storm, under a tree at liuft'a  street and the Laiteshorc drive. Tho  injured are Win. llaupcrs, George llo-  man, Charles Steeling' and Josepli  Steeling,  Several buildings were struck by  lightning and set ou lire, the moiA  scuously cla-magod being the residence of Arch bishop Ouiglcy, at 023  North State *blreet, which sustained  a loss of ilO.uOO  A bolt of lightning is  thought     to  ha\e stiuck  a  calJo of the telephone  company as     nearly c\ery  telephone  hell on the north exchange was nun  Air.  Russell Simpson left at   *noou   ed.  today   for   Cumberland .where, he has  been   retained in  a civil  case    winch  comes  up   for hearing before . Judge  Harrison,  in that city.  London, July   Id.���������The  county  I'aiu  No i^ iiJttir-Capital ot imi^jL Oi^ar Silies  in   f-'uliun.Nini-.'' spontl   Ihoir time  , (liscus'.inj.  Ui,.  doing.-;   of  the   Ameri  can Amhiis.-.ador. and Mrs. Whilo-  Jaw lie id at Wicsi Purl-., their coun  try residence, where the l.onijworl lis  .speiu  ihe week end  Jusl nilfi lhe \ 1-.11 ol lhe l.onjj-  ������o'"tli.s Mr. and Mrs \\ hileliuv Ridd  motored o\ ���������.���������!��������� io U'ohui ii Abbey, I In;  seal of ihe Duse ui Bedford, the  most cxrlnsh e noijieinaii in l"ug"land  who ha.s not for Minn- unexplained  j reason, e\f>i- ealli d upon the Heids.  Mr. Bcid uns anxious lo sec the  Dnl.i.'.s ]U-hale /c.o, ),m he was turn  ed buck I'miii the mile-, alter li'iuci's-  ui;4 :i prt\al.- mail whieh in absolu-  t el \   foi bul.-'i ii   io  all   li.\   lbe DuUe.  I niliiunl.Ml In tins reluilT the am-  liass.-idor lo.il, Mi- and Mrs l.ong-  woi.'th along, t he sanH; private road,  determined t o see the zoo. The gate  keeper sign in refused and declined the  Ambassadni-'s pro.f'i'ered present of  gold. ' Then. Mr. Wei 11 wen I to I lie ab  bey itself and introduced himself  and lhe l.oii^-w or! lis- lo the Duke,  ���������who coui-tcously took liio visitors a-  round the ;���������,,(> ���������'Iiiniseii*. II was not  until very recently thai the g'al.i*.-  keeper 'vportcd wl-.al had' j..;oiif> before In' llu- nu'.t'-. who Was and is  still extremely .���������m.^ry with the Aiu-  eriean ambassador for nl tempi iup;  to   vic\<-  his   private- grounds  lhrou������h  vsssszsss^i^ssssBeaf^^s&s^Ljmm  the city ami who is drawing large  'congregations. She talks on Biblical  topics, hut turns the lesson t0 apply  to tendencies of the modern day. She  is clear, energetic aud an emphatic  |j speaker, and her heareis are i.mpress-  "" I ed with her convictions and argu-  jments. Aliss Ruinsey was engaged  1 to marry a divinity student, but he  died just, before thc wedding day.  She took up his studies and is following his chosen work'. She has already conilueUsd several successlul revivals.��������� Chica./o  Chronicle.  ~3sssr.  In arranging your next trip,  he it a long or a short, one,  you will Waul lo provide suit-*  able and proper earners I'or  your hiigii,agc. There is no  question  hut  ouis  H  the  BEST ASS0B1MENT  ���������of-  New Westminster is evidently at  her old tricks again in the lacrosse  held, as on Saturday afternoon she  defeated thc Vancouver aggi'Ug*at.ioii  by nine goals to one.  Members  of the Ladysmith   Tennis  club    will-    journey down to    Duncan'  tomorrow to participate* in a toiuna-  mcjit being hole in that place,  morrow. ,      ,  The S.S. Joan came in last e\filing on her first trip according to the,  uew .schedule^ She left Ladysmith  at siv o'clock, this morning, and w ill  i:eturu here this evening, leaving immediately for Nanaimo.. There will  be no Saturday boat here in  fu'tiin.-.  .WANTliD���������Small; lad   to  learn   barber trade.     Apply  ESPLANADE BARBER SHOP.  Last,. evening at the Atohotsford  Hotel, Mr. E. ' L. Juchan was united in marriage to Mrs. J.J. Good-  kind, Loth of Tacoma. Rev. Mrs.  llickiiiaul performed the inttrriage  ceremony, , Mrs. E. B. Ester being  one of the. witnesses. The above  four arc all from thc other side and  ���������Mrs. Hickman is giving a scries of  lectures on Spiritualism in British  Columbia.  MARINE.  Tug lAlhion took charge of tlic  transfer this nnorning in place of olio  Otter, whichv has been towing the  transfer for thc past week or two.  .The fitter  has  gone to  Victoria.  S.S. Elleric has completed her cargo of coal, and hauled-oui to the.  buoy, where hei" lumber cargo will  he taken on.  S.S. Tel I us is in al the liif. whan  taking on fuel, after which, she will  proceed   to   load  sacked   coal.  ELKS GATHER  BY  '    ���������" '������������������        THE. THOUSAND  Minard's   Liniment cures   Cold,   etc.  i..    duly   I li..��������� Five. Lhoii  I o   1 he    IOI;;s'   eonveiiv  loilny    and   three-   thou-  'I'w'-lw   'I'-lujusund  way.    the   tfaiiis   nrriv-  ,,,.f|   S.Oiui   more    are  d.iy.    wliie'li   will     bring  Ihe   iiiiiiili.'j'   op   to   ."'������������������ i.Tm hi.    in   addi-  1 ion   there  :ire    i'\.'i-nl   thousand     visitors    al fi-ai-fi-d    li;,     lhe    ..'heap    rates.  The    principal       de legal ions     today  'Denver, Cob  sa.nd deler-iii ...s  lion arriveil  sand ycsii'i-ila.  arc. on Uu'ii-  ing- t oiiiori'i.������ .  expected    Mi.n  MiiiiinPs   I.iniiiitMi'l cures   Diphtheria  SiWWWW  Choke In  dip Snaps,  Fresh   Shipment   Camtbridgc, Graham  A'  Oatmeal  BLAIR St  /\UJ\  RAVELtlHS BIGS   in Town   i   | rrunks$2.95 to 22.50  | Bags   $1.50 io 6.00  '-"?  il Suitcases $1 tu 16.50  | ���������-   -.] All shales of Hi.ml Bags, all  p stales ol Talcsco[-e.s, Trunk  fl and f-h.u\I s-iraps, Leather  ti    Bags, etc,  etc.       Everything  you'll   need     to.   travel   with  coinonience.  WALT!83 &^X������HKS^0  Tho Duchess of Wellington will almost certainly be among the king of  Spain's guests at his forthcoming  marriage, lot the W'ellesleys have always kept oa intimate terms with  ���������Spain, and, its all the World knows,  1he duke is -v Spanish grandee. Her  grace had a brilliant social career as  Lady Arthur Wellcsley; she is rel.it-  o.l to her jiredeccssor, Evelyn, duchess of Wellington, and was, before  lior marriage, Miss Williams. Tho  duke and duchess, have six children-  four stalwart sons and two daughters. Lord Douro, as in duty hound,  is a' so'dier, and one of his younger  brothers was badly wounded in the  South   African  campaign.���������Sketch.  .-������,. ' ...M CKMR������  PiCNIGERS ATTENTION  We have made arrangements  to ha\e. a launch leave thc  wharf every hour diiriiip Thurs  day afternoons and on Sundays after 10 o'clock in 'the  foicnoon f.n'r the <-ire-en, and  shell beach, wheic we have established refreshment- booths.  .Campers wishing plots for  tenting shjuhl apply early, a*-"  lbe camping season is nearly  hero  nUS.   AIcKIMNELLHY-  -LUGH   TIIORNLEY  j "If I were a congressman," said a  housewife,   "I'd   pass  a  hy-law    pro-  ��������� hibiting men coniiing to one's h-ack  door and inveigling ignorant and easily deceived iwrvants into buying ar-,  tides they neither w������nt nor can afford.  "���������My maids are beset with fortune  tellers, peddlers, installment sharks,  even marriage brokers. One maid  was over persuaded into buying on  installments an album containing a  music hov, and she had ,paid for it,  unluckily, before I  found  il out.  "Now, what can a young'girl start  ing life and earning n comparatively  small amount of money, want with  a bulky' album containing a,, wretched  little musical hox that',e*mits two'do-  pressing caricatures of tunes?"���������New  York Mail.  WANTED��������� Canvasser familiar with  the city. Apply in person to Ledger Office,  LAUNCHING  PARTIES.  Parties wishing to engage a first-  cllass launch for picnic or excursion  parties at reasonable rates should  apply to H. BLAIR, Cecil Hotel,  City. Launch may be engaged for the  evening at any time st  were two train loads from    Southern  California,   and      two   lurg'O   parties  ���������irom   Kansas   City,   Omaha,   Chicago,  St.  Louis,  Michigan  and  Ohio.   '  A heavy rain storm which swept  over the city lor a period ��������� of lil'tecii  minutes this ��������� evening partially.:, destroyed many oi Hie decorations,  which are on a most magnificent1  scale, covering all of the buildings and street, crossings' in ��������� the bus  inc.ss- section. These .will "be replaced  tomorrow-./ Elaborate -entertain?  meats are being prepared for the  delegates   next  week.  'Philadelphia will probably ,.get, tho  .1907.'convention. The' tight for this  honor lies between .Unltiiuore and  Philadelphia, with tho chivncos in fav  or of  the  Clunker  City.  .liulgo . Melvin of Oakland, is almost unanimously lhe ehoiee I'or the  Grand   Ruler. ���������      '  Among other i-iinilidales for grand  ollirors. whose elect ions niv considered i.-i-rliii'n, are: l-'reil ('. Wobinson,  I lubuqiie, C.'i-jind Scen-ltiry; Dr. W.  II. Ilavilanil, Uut.le, I'.rand Trustee;  For Grand P.sleemed Lecturing  Knight there is a contest between  lOihvaril McLaughlin, of Boston, present holder, nnd Charles A. K'elley  of   Boston.  Try a Province Ci^ar.  NOTICE.  I have taken 0ver thc scavciiigcr "business lately handled hy M. Campbell  and am prepared to do work in this  line in first-class shape. Leave orders for heavy team work, scavenger  work, etc., with Messrs. Blair ei  Adam. Also any .complaint regarding scavenger work will be attended  to if laid at this * plaoe.  ROBERT CALLANDER.  Ladysmith, B.C.  ,������~*..*..������M������������������..������..(..������..������. .������������������.������������������������������������.���������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I     Get Your   SUNDAY EXAMINER  NEW YORK WORLD  -���������AND���������  HEW YORK JOURNAL  WllQnTS DOOR STORf  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ..������..,..���������-���������..���������������������������  THE GENTLER SEX.  Philadelphia.��������� Religious  circles    in  this city are much  interested in   the  work  of ���������Helen  "Oortriide  Ruinsey,   a  girl evangelist .who  is rloing^j^rMdc^m  A.sk for Capital and Nugget Cigars  Pioneer Bain? Ms  1st. Avenue, Ladysmith,- B. C  W. E. Roinmint Prop.  MANUl'ACTURKR OF  I Carbonated Beverajres.  I (linsrer   Beer  OF-  Blouses, Prints, Men s Hats &  Children s Straw Hats  To be   sold Regardless of Price We  will  not carry  over this Stock  Print Blouses, $1.2r>, uo������v  Sac  Print  Blouses,  "M.lO,  now (ifus  Children's Rtea-w Mats,  Lf.O now   $L  Children's    do, H.'l.(KI, now  7.")t-.  Chililren's    do, 75c, now  f>0c  Boy's Canvas Hats, uOc, now...   '.35c  Men's Hals, 65c, now  ���������     50c  .Men's Hats, $1.2iij now  90c  lad'c's >Hon Underwear at Special Value  ISIMINLEISKR&CO lu\  mmwwmmmm wwwwwwwwwwwwwk  FRESH SUPPLY OF-  . Veal and Bed I  ZZ   WE  HAVE   ON  HAND SOM'fc]  VERY. NICE  -^  ^  ROLLED COINED BERF 12 12c. LB. ^  ���������"1^-  \ -u_i_i__������������������ji__jjiMM������-Ji ���������1���������������������������!��������������������������������������������� iMtin ��������� ���������*������������������ r~ - 1     ��������� J " * ^^J  1 A.  HOWE 1  B     ' MEAT   MARKET ^  SCREEN DOORS  We offer all siz^s in Screen Doors, compile with  Hinges, Etc, For  $1,50    EACH  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED |  1 nu huh i^iniiBBrrtnwm^  W. Q. Eraser  Mffcrchcint Tailor  ,       FIRST  AVENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  cSatisfaction. Call and see Stock  WHEN IN  NEED OF  Get youi* eyes tested prone ily, with instruments especially  adapted ior' that purpose, and, not hy guess work. We test eyes  hy the latest* method free of charge, and il' you now! Cllaciscs .our  prices are moderate for the host quality of goods.  B. FORC1MHER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician \\  \  V. o.  Fruit Syrups  I  .Jinx   2.-.S 2  PICTURE  FRAMES  ������������������eooe  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  e  ������  e  a  FOR TO-DAY  Beef and Mutton  PA NNELL  GAT AC RE ST.        LADYSMITH  E.  G.  ��������� ������������������������***o9*o-v������e.aa  ������i������������������tmi'iin������������','*i")S**  and  latest   Patterns and   Finishes  in  FRAME MOULDINGS.  ���������%������������������%.-%��������� *. .  PLAQUES.  ���������%.���������*-���������*������������������.  WALL PACKETS.  ���������%. ���������*��������� *��������� ���������*���������  Pictures���������British  and German.  Bevel  Plate Mirrors.  ���������%��������� ^. ���������%��������� ���������%-  Passe Par tout Picture Binding in  all colors. .lust arrived from the  factory in the East.  ���������%.���������*������������������*���������������������������  Picture Framing Neatly done at  H. KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  e  ���������.  Granite and Marble Works  Granite a������d Marhle Monuments, Tahlets, etc., at the  lowest prices consistent  with rust class stock and  workmanship. ''rite    for  catalogue.  A.   STEWA'KT,  1-18 Yates St. Victoria  B.C  t-w-m��������� TH">in'*ff^r*irLrn,������*t ,%-*~^  S1110l;e a  Hig  B Cigar.  1  ������*ave just received  u. shipment of  Hills'   High Oracle  ENGLISH TOBACCOS  and  WbARFllFS  'Of-TUG  STORE

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