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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jul 14, 1906

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Array The  'i^^^LEM^Ei^ry-'..i  - ���������>     **" *   ���������*��������� ���������~1"~~-. /.w_i  *���������������   / \  VOL.,a  SATURDAY, JULY 14, 190fi.;  PRICE FIVE CENTS  ACCOUNT OF  MITCHELL KILLING  Murderess    Congratulated    and  Offered Assistance by Ex-,  Judge Upton  The Seattle "P.-l." gives the Eol-  lowing account of the Killing of Geo.  Mitchell.  Flan/. Edmund, Crciehl, cistwhilc  leadei of the Holy Hollcis, is in his  gia\e, bis slajei*���������declared i>y a jury  of Ins pceis to ha\e been jusliheil in  talcing the law m bis own bands-  lies dead ou a marble slab at the  city moigue, and a sister, white faced and stoical, victim of the man responsible foi this stiangc cult, is in  a coll at the county jail chai-jlpd with)  the murdei   oi her  own  brother.  Thc culminating tragedy occiuiod  at the Union depot at '1 ^"> o'clock  ycsteulay afternoon pist as George  Mitchell was about to take" his depart uie fiom tins city 11 is two  biotheis, I-'ied and Perry, who had  been in constant, stay fiom tbe tunc  he shot anil killed Cicfeld were with  him Ksfhei Mitchell bad followed  thorn there lor the appaie.it. purpose  of 'bidding . them gocl-hv. She bad  a few brief wouls -with Fiod and  Perry aud at then sintygcsf ton, thai.  she siealc to George, stepped loi-  ward As the lattci half tinned to  greet his sistei a ie\*olvci in her  bands was suddenly pleased close to  his left eai, theie was a mufllcd ie-  port and George Mitchell, slayer of  Fran/ Edmund Ciefeld, without a  word fell dead at. the foci, of his  sister whose-avenger be hadJttcn.  As Hie stnckeu nrothei dioppect  dead, betoie lus head struck against  i.lie died flooi, the weapon was released Iiom the gill's neiveless fingers, Pei i v Mitchell caught hei in Ins  aims and cued out pitilully "Oh,  Esthei, how could you do it?"  Then a blue-coo tod oHmei wished Lo  t\v scene, the gnl was placed under  anest, lbe coroner was called forrt.be  body .pi'i-h" dca-d i'ia.ii and thu.scCond  chapter of the tragedy which has not;  vet seen its end, was closed.  The .'main  waiting room-of  the union depot was crowded  as the   four,'  the brotheis    George and Perry     in  front,      and     the sister ' and brother',  Frtid in tfe  rear,   walked clown    the  corridor.     She had greeted, the other  two -brothers affectionately,     it   was  Fred who said, ''Aren't you going to  Li;.l"GrCorgc-: good-by':''   Without making any',   reply,     she stepped  briskly  forward and  took  him  by    the hand'  There was not a   word  spoken'..    On  her     arms    was  a light coat which  had b-tin shielding the'��������� weapje'-ri: Quick  as  a dash' it was thrown' off.and then  the shot 'rang out  and  the body   of  George Mitchell sank to, ehc floor.  .;'   Hardly had the' echo died away before Patrolman  John T.  Mason,     of  the city police -force-, who .was in the  waiting r0oiii   ,t tbe time, rushed to  tbe scene of the' shooting, and placed  the girl 'under  arrest,     She -submitted.-quietly anil without thc slightest  remonstrance,     nnd  when asked-why  .she had   done it made the simple re-  ply:-.���������-���������-'-���������I  v.'ai*. commanded to do it."  Then, while Deputy Sheriff Sam liuth;  was covering     tbe   remains     with a  blanket  thc  patrol  wagon was   summoned  and she was  taken away     to  the  police headcpiai'ters,   where after  an  examination, she was  tu.rncul over  to Sheriff Lou C.   Smith and     taken  to  tho county  jail.  At police headquarters Esther Mitchell was at once taken into tlic private ollice of Chief of Police. W'ap-  ponsteiii, who brieily interrogated  bet: as to (he mothe of her crime.-.  Her lirst, remark was: ".I kilted bin  because he killed Joshua. Wc were  commanded to do it."  concerned, There was not a teai in  her eye and if she experienced any  emotion it was not revealed in hei  lace. A.skccl ioi an mleiview, i>he  replied that she bad ������o statement  to make to the newspapers, hut she  would tell all to the olliciali.,. The  two hrotliei*-., 1-ied aad Perry were  sobbing in each other's aims wl..-u  taken into custody lollov.'uig Uie ai-  jrest of  then sister Esther..  As soon'as Uie gnl was taken before the chiei anu cmestionod at* to  her motive, she replied tliat she and  Mrs. Crefeld v/oie commanded lo do  Uie killing. She was not, soiry, she  had simply done hei duty, and she  had received thc command Iiom di-  \inc inspiration.  Without wailing ioi a mole dbta.i-  cd statement, Chiei Wappcusteiui at  onie pressed a button ana summoned Detectives, who weie ^iven buiri-  ed orders t0 locate and bung m the  widow ot the Holy Rollci leadei.  While the oflice is -veie on Un, way  jilts. Creleld notificicl Headquarters  wlieic she could .lie found, and was  soo;i  in tlic custody of  tiie   ]>olicc.  I ndei interrogation she was as  fiaiil: as.Esther Mitchell, and said  that one of them had to kill George  Mitchell. Esther .was delegated to.  cia the .deed, -as it was thought she  would have the bovter chance  \ short time after the enactment  of the tiagedy all "thoso who ��������� had  been ohTcially connected with the,  tual ol George Mitchell were.at the  police station. Aftei the girl had  made her .statement io Cluel Wap-  peii&tcin, Ass is i ant Piosecutiug At-  ,uid the inst aiu-stion he 'put was:  ���������'How  .ue-yo",  Esiliei'V  The     answei    came  b.u-K,  "Pretty  well, Mr.: Miller."        ���������..'-���������_ '.'."���������'".'  "Why  did  you  clo this'.'''. ,  ��������� ���������'������������������'Bj-cause it..was my'.cluty to do -so"  ��������� 'Mr.  Miller .'then"-,talked     with     the  girl awaiting the -arrival   of a specialist   on -  mental   diseases   who     had  been .summoned, mii who  talked with  Miss   Mitchell   for  sonic .time.       The  result of this .-'investigation tin;  thoritics' refuse- to divulge.;  -After further  inq-uiiy  by all ol"  the  onicials, the girl was given into    the  custody      of.. SlierilT, Uwu Smith, and  was   t-aken away   to  the county  jail.  M  THEFTS .T  [  nil KM  I dnionton, July 13.���������Another niys-  tei ions disappearance of money lias*  occuired in the cit-y^ wlun George  P.iagg, Dominion Expiesj. Agent lost  ���������},'110. Thc oJhce had just been moved to thc new C.P.R. building and  tbe counter airan-gemcnts w-^ic .not  altogether complete. Mr. Bragg had  just received the money from a Cal-  gaiy baseball man to express to t'al-  gaiv, and placed it in an envelope,  wh ch lie believes he laid on tha  counter. When he went to lay his*  hand on it a moment or two later,  the envelope could not be  found.  So far no. clue to the mysterious  disappearance of thc money has been  found.       _������  Another mysterious disapii-carance  oi money was reported by B. A. It.  Millar, who lost $60 in cash and a  bunch of postal notes of the value  of Mi-So. Mi. Millar does not know  whole he lost the money nor how.  V man at tiie station at Calgary  bad his pockets picked for $1,000  woi th of papers which fortunately,  weie worthless to the thieves, and  ���������S7 in  monoy.  Later P. Wasenherg, an Okotoks  farmer was lobli-ed on Calgary station plattorm of his pocWtbook an I  some papers, and R. McK-ernan, oi  Strathe.tna, was touched twice, f.rst  time for $l.">u and the .second tine  for !S50. .  Tiie C.P It. have a whole foice .ol  detectives looking for the gang and  seveial ai rests have been made a!  Calgary, put so far nothing has been  proven  Geo A. Cowan, traveller for the  Vandeiiip Co , of Winnipeg, was relieved of 1.450. He armed in Edmonton on the C.X.It.-train Wcktius-  day moming and went down ,c������ ihe  afterni.on train Thuisday for Innis  fail to-visit his fathpi, who is a  lanclii'i 1'ieie . At Wetaskifwin he  distOLciod that he had been relieved  of all Ins money except 20 cents, a  roll of bilk* containing $150 was taken fiom his pockets somewhere between Strathcona an/1 Wetasktwin^-ut  he cannot say where. All Vie knows  is that he met a tall, fair-complex-  ionoii .iiiiain in a grey suit in a' narrow hallway alongside the smoking  compartment, in the day coach and  be l-li-iif s that tiie man unnecessarily  "hi.sfled" him and believes that was  when-he was reliev-eil of Hie-.roll:  t.Hiitc, sudilenly M: S. Cross, late  proprietinc Jf the Cross Pantorium  au- -nnd news stand, Jasper 'street, clc-  parterl from the city. -Eqiually as  sudden |y a large quiantty of "'-the .best  clothing which 'had--been left at 'the.  Pan.t.oriiiiii. by customers also disap-  pcarrd.- ���������'Nothing ,is yet known of his  whereabouts'-  BUD m NIGHT  One by one tbe pionei rs of "Sana-  lino are passing awny li oui oui  mulst  to   In-  n-i-koi ed   wii'b   the great  maioi'ilv     who   havi-   Iicmi   called     a-  i  wn.v   by the gum ii-npei.  death  i  Last? night    the  clciitb   oci*ii w-il    oi  .vlr.    .tohn &VaV:\   one of the   uly's  fi.-  oble&t nnhabirafrits  and one wliciso  ni-.ior.v'has ftji-t'ii a-.'.ociuic-d with  chat of Xanniino evc-i* sim-c: it s i*ae-  lie^t clciys. 'llu- dec-cased, who is 81  .\oai-s 'oi ago was a nauve oi Yorkshire, .England, and i.unc out to  li itisb Columbia with the P.o.vnl En  gineers m J8.">t>, lov.-iiing foi the lime  in Xew-Westminster. A shoi i tuno  aflerwai'-cls he iemo\ecl to this  --1..V and has been a continuous resi-  <l *nl thereof up to the time ot bis  death.  In spite   of ln-> acUancod ag?,    ^li  ���������iiale-,    was, up to the last  couple ul  Mars, able   io do a  good <lu.\ swork  c  and  was, considei ing    his eighty odd  j ears,   of an active disposition    "igv1,  .lowever,   gradually   made   usoli   felt,  and tbe frame tha*.   was ..r.ce so    i o-  misi   and  liealih.v   linall.v   gave    wa.v  .o  the band  ol  nun.,    and  iho   spirit  .llOk    itf,   flight    IH'NCT   to   iv l u 111  iiil SCEhl  IN  Of OEPUrtES  I'uns, .Inly 11'..��������� Amid great ox-  ciii-ineiit the ChamlH-i- i-onsidered t In-  bill icinstnl mg Divji'us and passed  it   l).\   a .vole  ol    'IT'',   lo  -1-J.  i ttoiueu  IBACKIHG FEU  il IDMOITDd  -**+*-  I-idmonUiii,  -July 11.���������J.  K.     Jom-  wall,   who returned  iiom the    Noitli  on Saturday  evening,  tells of an a"  venture,   which     Sergeant   Rockwell,  A  iiiiuiilti.on.-.   demonstration greet 0" the  Northwest Mounted Police, ex  id   i he   announcement      of   the   \ oie. I < .cricnced    while  bunging  a    prisonci  TIiimc  weie  two  violeiu    incidents asjuom  Landing  to stand  trial  at    Eu-  ilu-  voting   began.   Al    Uui-re shouted  mciilon.  .t  taunt    du'oeiod   at   the   Socialists, i ��������� Seigeant   Rockwell   is  a   big  stinl-  ulicri'iipoii     "\l.   Lasis,   Anti     Semite,  lushed  at   the   c-ollegiie nnd  attempt-  ling fellow,  one of  the  biggest n ei.  i M the force.    The piisoner given  ui-  . d  io  sii-ikc  him,   hut   several  depu-  ��������� ' his  charge" at Landing last   wk-1  ..,.,   mtervi.necl      At   tho   soiiw     lnne'^ chareC(,  wUJl  |hflXt  an<1  ComJl1"  wd for uial at- Edmonton.   Sergeant  U.  1-landan.   Kepubl.ean   and  M. Ob-   Ko.kwc��������� slalt,(,, tol   Edmonton wiHi  I'sqiiierc-  Hui-e sepaiated   after an of- -lisoner Kerr last Tuesday and rc.i h  lort    u> exchange blows.   .    President   '.I   Egige.s'  stopping place without   -a  l*ia--soii   in anuouiKing   the vote said   '  lS*ba!1.      wnere    lhey   W1?e ^   >!'--111  ���������Il   ,s  with pride  that  1  register this   'lhc  ni9ht.   but   not   feelijlS   wel1     i;1  novvn wi'tn his (hack to the door, laf-  nii  thc 'bed     in which the   prison.n  ���������le.t.     He do/.ed off  for  a few-  mui-  i Us a"nl when .he awoke,  Kerr    had  dn appeared.        The  prisoner had i i-  :^c t-cd    his escai>e ,by  crawling    ovir  pio.secLite the   irailty oflicci-s. AL J'ud-   .,     ,    .       ,       , ,   ,, -���������,i��������� ,  i   .  '       .. lS. 11^ botl and    out  the window,  ma1-  i.i������ oil into  the bush with his   shois  .n    his hands.      Sergeant   Rockwell  vv-s in  pursuit in a .short time, but  M   y.iirqiit,   Kadical   Socialist  then   ,.    waSi   (larjc   anrj     he  hunt-ed   for    a  spuing    foi-waid  and  struck  M   Tug-  ,,   ������..  ot*  KerrV  tracks  in   vain.     lie  lue.  A light occuired in the centre ol  Ihe chamber a-s M Pivs'-enz, Socialist,   demanded   that   the    government  1 C-.1X.       Coni l-Jlepubln-aii      shouted."  ���������Thc  government   ofl'icers-   are   seoun-  di. is "  I'he dot-eased leaves to moiiiii bK lie"l:x ^''mLi u stunning blow in ihe.w ��������� w<.nt. df,wn i0 Vermillion riv'ti  .oss, three sous, John and David ni ������������������ll'' A *"'"'' oS tremendous con-'.,. [ proem ed a horse, Ed. Williams  this city and c'oo-..;e ot \ umouvoi-; fusion followed dm mg win. h the ai - '..<. o.iipa.nyingjhiim back on the seaich  and two daughters "both iesulent-o ot *'"- w*-'10 "nfled hy sti-uirglmg d.-l\.lj-r a few hwrs' search they dis-  Lbis eily, aii>. ,(.vo Ciuhbcr-t nnd l"lll('s" 11 o ored Kerr's tracks .at a place callers. Thomas Pat l.-rson ' |,|,***lll,i'1 llmsson ihen suspended jid Two La-l-es, where the pnsoncr  Tho funeral ni'.nn������emenls. wbi.-h Oie so.s.on nnrl ordi-rod ihe Cbam'jjn-,i* il stoppKl to out on his shoe-i.  have not \i.-t beiii c omiilctod nre ii  .be  hands ���������of  Me \ l.e   &   Son  to li'closed and clmivd. which >uen-* ! I'ec'.-well  took up   the  ti ail  for     IU  me subdued tbe tumuli |:-'ifs, passing through the viHage at  POISONED BY  CANNED FISH  -*^������*-  JUDCK AV. H. UPTON  OFFERS ASSISTANCE  The following telegram was received at "the county jail by Deputy Shci*  iff Tom -Smith:'. ,    .  1'Received, Seattle, Wn.  "321 Po Ot Paid. '  "Walla  Walla, Wn.,  July 12,   lii.O.;.  '-'Miss Esther Mitchell, county jail,  Seattle,  Wn.V  "Accept thanks, cong-ratulaMons,  and assistance if needed. Talk yout  lawyer  only.      '"Win. H.  Upton."    ! home ou the Ahtaiuwu. .   Meyers   and  The sender'of tho message, William   Jli:i w���������''*-* h*-'tl    stopped there for    the  II.  Cproiii, is ex-judge of bha-superior , Ili8lh'-  aU(1  Uie salmon constituted  a  MYS-pER-lOUS-  Affair  Last Wednesday niuLuiiig, says Uie  Camherlanil News, A. Martin, an  Vtistrian living in a cahUn, beyond the  courthouse, was In ought to thc lios  pilal. with a cut, or bruise on the  foiehead, and vvnii lus lowei lim.bs  apparently''paralyzed. As a result  of enquiry, Constable Thomson ar-  rested John Prancis- a partner c.[  Martin's. He protested bis iniio-  of how his friend Martin was injur wl, -beyc-hd bearing dniiikeii meii  talking' c.uts*klc the cabin that night.  lie had Jiec-ii. vvorkiing, and Jtad come  home at" iiidii'igiit, and ,gopje to bo:l  'atier washing himself. After boat  ing .what 'evidence could be gathered  Franeis was ' admitted to bail pending the" reco-v-cry of Mmr tin who is  ���������yet unable to give -iui account of  himself.  .ii. r  M    puglusi   t'on'.i  ^i-ii    hi-.,' .Ti'l'ng.  L. *nrls    to   Si    Sitin-rriiit   as   tbe  jiili   ill,lb/   .u'ternoon's  <?cpne  'I h.*-      ir-sloi-.it ion     of   Colon'I   Pn  .iii.ii'l  was passed by 477 to '27-  BLOODY DUEL  Here it was most chlh-  ,.P. i.lr. to distinguish the tracks anion',  ji r- many footprints, .but a r-eculiar  ij.-iteh on the heel of one of Kerr's  j'h cs gave him away. The sergsant  Jr. nt-nifd on the track, until he  jiiichrd Paptiste, 10 miles north oi  ���������1 ir.d'n*;, where he came upon the  jp-i-'oncr as he was resting.  (q -tt* vj T/^vt .'rp 'lip setgeant easily recaptured him  ���������> O   rVi-UvJlJ X    a   I   is  now    en his  way to Edmon  (l  n      This adventure is spo! en or .is  ���������%.-$>%. i - n.r 0,.,-. of    ihe most     lemarkahl"1  I .u is,    .Inl.N   l:',.��������� 'I'he scene oi  turn  ' " s  ���������'���������" trackiiinr that has beer.    l*er-  ult.   whiv-h  marked the enactment   to-   f������'''nr.d  by members  of Wie   mountcrl  day of-the  law restoring-  Dreyius   lo   I,f--'cc-  ihe army  was  followed    by  a  bloody  dud   tonight   in   which   Under   Sec-re-  ���������TT-TE. OrENTLER SEX.  I  Nor.lh Yakiiua,. July i:-).���������1 Thc fani-  ilies of Charles Meyers and Ed. Audio ws were poisoned last night by  eating/can .ed salmon at the la-ttcr's  court at.Walla Walla.  DENIES  SHE  HATED  ML"UDE RED   BROTH l:'U  "I do not hate���������George, I did not  wish to have him hanged, but, I do  believe that be ought to have received some punishment tor the. killing  of Crefeld."  In these words Esther Mitchell, after hearing of the acquittal of her  brother by the jury, summed up her  opinion   of   the   trial   and   its   results.  Hie statement was made to. ber father and lief (brother Fred, when thew  As she made the answer she took-- v isitod her at the house on the, cored steadfastly into the 'tiyw of."the. ncr of Sixth and Pike street- last  chiei',  and   there  was  absolutely     n<- Wednesday.  sign  of    remorse,.     She  was   garbed -U'  that, time she conducted herself  as for/an outi'ti-g.     On her head   \v;is '" *'   normal manner and  seemed    so  a now    sailor hat sot squarely q.vpi- ; sane  that her father decided not-   lo  the    head    of    brown    waW     hair. 'll-''  on th*-'  advice of George's altor-  parc of the meal. After eating of  j the fish they all became sick aiid are  in a precarious condition. Mrs. An-  diunvs had eleven convulsions and is  not expected to recover.  It was oidy laOt Sunday that Mrs.  Kdwards, wife of Dr.. l-jdwards, of  this city, ate sardines ami was poi-  .scMiotl while out picnicking.  The grounds for the baseball game  fonioirrow hoi ween the Nanaimo Reliance and the local' Intermediates-,  will l..e in good shape, as all of the  sacked coal has been removed, and  no obstruction to three-base hits is  encountered.  Around her throat' was,a while saitin Jney, Silas M. Shipley, who had coun  ribbon tied in a neat, four-in-hand, jseled IMr- Mitchell to take his ctaugli  with-the ends .streaming down over a iter a way.  while  .shirt waist,   which  set  off     a j  ������   shapely   -:usl   lo  perfection.  The-skirt j AN ORIENTAL ECONOMY.  was of  dark  material  and neat,  ser   ',    "A ('hi'ivamaii can live on much less   thing you  could have broken   in  viceabic shoes w/erc  on   her feet.    Asjn   day  than other people." j hoitse ^  she    came     into    the police suaUf.ni!    "Yes.     But    think  what he   saves V   "Faix,  ma'am,"   replied   Delia,   "1  through the crowds  which had  begun j on  hair  cuts  and  shaves,"���������Washing-1 am glad'to hear it  wasn't the bist.  to gather she was composed and   un-  ton Star. |���������Philadelphia Press.  Miss l-'eriiii and Miss Barry, of  Fort- William, Out., are paying a  visit to Ladysmith, the guests of  Mrs.   Rosetti.  COMFORT IN THAT.  "Oh,  Delia!"  exclaimed'   Mrs.   Bri-1  ���������clcy,  "yon haven't reully broken that  viuse?      Oh,    my!    that's"'the    worst,  the  NANAIMO   VS.   ANACORTES  ���������-���������*--   ���������  Concerning the baseball matches in  Nanaimo,   the  morning   Herald  says:  'J'odaj- and tomorrow Xatmimoit.es  ���������witl be treated to some of the best  baseball playing ever .seen on a local diamond. The .team thut will  lock horns with ihe locals i.s t-he  strong Anncoi-tus nine of Aimeoi'tcs,  '.v'a.shing-ton, and i.s (.in* of tin- strongest amateur teams in the slate of  U'nshington. This will be the first  occasion that- nn Ainerienn team  mucin a special trip to piny Nanaimo only, and ihe local mnr.ngeinen*.  dioulcl In- commended for their enterprise in .securing such fast tuleni  ns the Anacoties hull team. Nanaimo will he represented in today's  match hy the   follouiiig:  Cateher���������T.   Aitken.  Pitcher���������I.   l'lolness.  1st.   Base--.!.   A it Leu.  I'm! Base��������� Oral mm.  oi-d  base���������("iorilou.  i ���������  Short  ntop--T.ilHe.  Plight   field���������Ashman.  Centre   Field���������Slant.  "Left   Field���������.Farmer.  i.iTy   of   State   Sarraut   was   danger ���������  ,, . i   i  .  '    i i    r   -.r i    -* hentiest of onlv one dolUf-.to-hi  ously   wounded  by  the  sword   ol    M. '     ,- , .. .      ���������������������������     ' . .  I'ug-lisi  Coat i.   'I'he duel assumed  tbe  aspect,    of  u   ve'rible  combat   between  the   govern men t   and   the   opposition.  only     child     Frances,   .who married  against   bis    wishes,   is causing   the  , I'ri nds and relatives of John C. Snyder, millionaire owner of the   Stand-  as M*.   Sai-nuils seconds    were, minis-. ftr., ^^ company) no ,ml 0f wnvrv.  lers. Clemencem, and Thomson, vvhil^ ..?0 my dallghliCr) Fallnv T. Ro1n.  M. M; "Piiglisi Costis* seconds were ,m,;ri)" _tKUjs tiie. will which has just  Al. MiUevoye and Ceneral .I'ncques, been admitted to probate, "I leave  who were drawn from the elements Gn > dollar, and I desire to-state*,  which bliterl.v resisted Dreyfus' r������?- tiu't, my reason for so doing is that  luibilitntion. 'the meeting .-followed sbe incurred my displeasure by mnr-  a ligiit on iho floor of the Chamber Vying against my wishes."  of Deputies in which. "M. Sarraut William P. RoUrman, who married  .sprang from beside minister of In the young woman-two' years ago,  leiior    C'leinom.-enu.   sitting    cm     the  said: ���������  Ministerial      benches,   on  M.    T'uglisi '    "If Mr.  Snyder desirrd  to cut   my.  Couii who had'been heaping��������� dommeiji   wife off  vvithout a penny  we. have no  lion   on the members of the   government as scoundrels.-  Sniraut   struck     Pngli.si   Conti      a  stmining    blow    in   (he. face,    a   scene  of iipronr ensued   compelling lbe sus  pension   of  the  session.    It  was  near  close of the session    that   the duel  o>"  ciirred.      Later ix-jiorts   show  that   M  Sarraut    is   .suffering    from   a     dee]  wound   in   the   chest   penet rating-   the  lungs.    While   iln- wound  is   considered  serious    il   ts  not   necessarily  clan  gci'ous.  WELL!   WELL!   WELL!  Says   the   Nanaimo   Free  Press,    oi  u'.stervlay:      "Speaking-  of  the   large  lorry  that,     is    building  in  Victoria,  which  will   be  larger than any otbei  ferry of    her    class in these waters,  being large enough to carry 30   cars,  tiie Victoria  Times calls it the  Na-  naimo-Vancouver   ferry.     This     ma  "It will  be noted that   two  new men ' iuvve  been a  slip  of  the  pen  an   tin-  are on the loenl ..line-up vi/..    .1 inimy' ,)a,-t.   nf  tbe     writer   of  the    article,  llolness   of  Viciorin   nml  Joe   Slant  -,���������-  at  the s������a'me time the o|>inion is  of Ciimiiorland. j unite general that there is a   strong   ���������  'possibility  of the C.P.R. putting the  . CAUSE AND EFFECT. I ferry on  the  Naiiaimo-Vancouver run    i instead    of the Ladysmilh-Vancnuver  Mrs.   Wrdagain ���������   I  don't see why   lotite."  you  can't  come home tobcr   once    iii |   The  Free  Prsss  forgets  to men I ion  awhile.        My    first    ),  drank a  drop.  Wpfla'saan���������Thasli all    (his)  dear.    He didn't (hie)  have t'  1'  voir tal't 'bout ^hic)   nrs&c  I band .���������Chicago News.  A daugliter of tbe late James   Ma-  gee, of New Orleans, has become the  Duchess de T.osada through the   death  usband    uf't-r J whether  or  not the  new  barge   will jof the elder  brother of her husband,  c- provided Avitb wheels Vo climb tlw-   Capt. Francis de Losada, whom   she,  lin.test to  offer.     It  was his wish,.  and it will  be obeyed,  for the t'o'.-u-  iiKnt*    will  not b.e  changed   through  us."  1 .*-'ny,der w-as opposed to the match  fro n-the beginning. flii; daughter  wai taken twice around the. world  to make her forget, but at tho end  of live years she was true l0 the  man of her cTo'ee.���������Philadelphia Led-'  er.  The. funniest thing about the ,bien  i.i I meeting in St. Paul, to date,  was the prcsemling of a. megaphone  in the ladies, as many of them were  no' able to be he.nrd in the large  hall. Rul. when Miss Anna Clark, of  ro>nvi)le, arose to the occasion, she  ���������lally refused to u.se the megaphone  and dljclarcd that her voice could be  heard easily in every part of the  room, and when she 5-*egan to speak  her voice not only carried to the remotest corners of the room, but far  lie; nnd into the distance. The club  wo-iinn with a 'megaphone is thc  most up-t,0'riale woman of the present day without doubt'. ��������� St. Louis  (i lobe-Democrat.  ���������.���������it.'grade  from   the waler  fr.-ml   to     the married in   KS7-9. The  Losadas    are  den : main  line  of  the  E.   >t   N       li    this an    old     Spcnish family and owned  us-   is tbe    cas--    it   wi'.l  le  much  more vast-estates in the West Indies'.���������-Chi-  Jeonvenfent   to  diKi--liar-gt?  loaded cars. c4lgo  Tribune. ������������������rl-r-gJS'rr'rare^^  -\&VWi ftffl IVHW-Ml-LSU.-Mrfl'  kiK^iii������.,W>^J*-a'>'i -tr^.-*J^������iti:iH-iris.tifc '^���������harj^u'^  THE L\DYSMITH DAILYLEDGrER  JLY  r  Published   every   day   except Sunday  -BY-  THF;  DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One  Year   (In advance)   ���������..���������   $5.00  'One:-Month ............ ...  50 cents  SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1900  CHANGE   1ST  COLON 1 SI'.  Victoria,- July l.'J���������-So prosperous  has the veniuie of whaling at Se-  ehart proven that it is the intention of the owners to double the cap  anty of the establishment, by dup-  liuiLing tho pre&c-nt pluni at I'^l'"  an/a  inlet.   -Noollia  Sound,  and    jmi-  ilnthe   ailOtlliil'   Sle.llili-l    111   .\i)i������;i\,    u  s isti'i- sbij)  to  tin- Oi inn  I'ho Colc>iiibt I onion ou will mi\,  'Yesterday negotiation.- vvlmh had  lieen in progress lor t.uuie el.i.v s in ie-  lereaue to the eonli ollmg mlt'i u->l in  the Colonist l'lintiug and I'ulilisliiug  Company held li> .Messis .) V Laud  sa>, (J K. I'ooli'j, and A G .**uii-  gison who trel iru iiom lbe liirecloi'  ure vvuio concluded Air ,1. S. Al.it-  son will be Managing Dueeior ami  Air U. IC. Giisnell editor, tleiieial  Alauager and assist ant Oneclor 'Ihe  Colonist will conl niiio as fonneily  to support the Liberal Oott'-ei v al uc  cause.  WILL   STAND   N'1"GUTK\L,  Detroit, duly 13 -The lutein agonal association of photo em*,i a\ers today rescinded the open shop resolu-1  lion passed at the last convention j  in l'.ulialo, and adopted a sadistisuto  lesolution dcclannp that the.*) will  remain neutral m disputes between  capital and labor Ceo A 11 owed!,  of Toronto   was  elected  President  DRBYFITS'   11 ("WOP.   UKSTOUIOP  Paris, duy 12���������The supreme court  today announced Us decision, annul  ing tbe condemnation of Dreyfus  without  a  retrial.  The effect of the, decision is a com  plete vindication of Dievfus entitling him to restoration' to his rank  in the ai my as if he bad never been  accused.  r, (\<\C\ .REWARD will  ������������������;nil who pr.ivi'S lli.iL  ,.llli[;lit So.ip' o.ilt.lilis iir.J'  ijiirt.iis  fliciiiicrtl'i or.anv  ���������iii of ,-iduhe-i-aii.m.  night  IT OEFJES  COM PETITION  watso:  ill  *J  1  ft  *w  S3  I  WBM-BJ?Lz>\  '"' '���������'������������������- ���������.-: "'"."IT i**"J''i: '<j  '���������?--" :' - ������-.K;.i; i?*5"3  :"' v' '  -ytf  f-,i..���������t ,;v.t.������:.--���������_*"���������-��������� jiii  .ii.vV,{.;������s(.,*.ti.l>;>Jf"������:;-)j  P  I  si  --1  i  is better than other soaps,  but is best when used in  the Sunlight way.  Sunlight Soap contains  no injurious chemicals.  Suniighl Soap is pure  soap, scientifically made.  Every step in its manu-  faciure is watched by an  expert chemist.  Sunlight Soap saves  labor, and the wear of  rubbing which common  soaps require in washing  fabrics.  Your money refunded by  the dealer from whom you buy  Sunlight Soap if you find any cause  for complain!.  I.cviir iirolMerx Limited.' Toronto'  using piofaue language, prelericd lj\  Sam Saw.vei \s it was a case t)l  one man's word being as e,ood as tin  othei s Hie charges' against "Mr Sco-  Mlle we're dismissed. "Mi b<o\ille  now (hi eat ens lo have Sawyer up.  before the Magistrate on the charge  of interfering- with him while on "duty  as mail  carrier.  In ,-vesteidny's issue of the 15 C  Ga-celtg formal notice is given that  Fiederick Peters, K C, ol Victoria,  has been appointed a commissioner  to inqitiire into anil report on si 11  matters eOiHcrning the action of tbe  department of lands and w orUs in  connection wit'h the noine dated,  September lirt, lU0.*i, inviting tenders foi Ihe pin i lm st- of gov ernmeni  properl.v sitiiatc-d ,,t Lam el Point,  Vie (una harbor. Umivv u as lnl ."ll  li, X'leloria f'liv, mill ib.-ii the first  meeting puisii.iiil In I he said riiin-  iiiissiim will be held in t lie Maple  loom, pa i li.uui'iil liiiildines on Monday,  duly IV!,' l'.iiKiitil    II   a.'in.  -HUUf* i.���������* ������������������������������������  P.OWEL COMPLAINT  Trv a Province   Cigar  Esquimalt   & Nanainy JheiEw&y  SAVED 1JIS COMRADE'S LIFE.   | ^ARJieUin      e^UTmil     IT  ������������������While returning  from  ihu     Giandgj    ������, A f VI 5 H I K     bLrHLUULL  LFFECTIVE JULY 18  S. 'S. JOAN  Armj' Encampment' at Washington  City, a comrade from Elgin, 111 , v as  tale-en with cholera moi bus and was  in a critical coiulitiui " t-.ivt* .Ah.  J. 10. Houghland, of l-.l Ion, Iowa.  "I gave him Chainl.n Iain's Cclie,  Choleia and Diai"ili<x*a llemnly and  believe saved his life. I haie been  engaged for ton v ears in i!iiiiiL������tali(>u  work and con tin (."tod many partus to  Hie isouth and west. 1 a.lvva>s cai-  ry this remedy and have used it siic-  ecssfiilfv on many occasions." Sol I  by Lailystnill) Ph.irniacv.  Minaid's   Liniment  cuies  Cold,   etc  NOTICE  i  Notice is h.Toby given Ihat I in  lend': to apply to the Hoard of Li  consingi Commissioners of the City ot  I' ������  IN   CHILDREN  ���������,-ft<lysniith,  at* it  next sitting,  for a  During the summei months cbildien  are subject to disordcMS of Ihe bowels which should leeeive caicful attention as soon as the lirst unnatural looseness of the bowels ���������-,'appears'  The bcstinedie.ino in use for lio'wcl  complaint- is Chainhci Iain's - Colic,  Cholera and Di-iirliry-a Kenic-dy as it  piomptly contiols any unnatural  looseness of the bowels. Foi sale  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  For a cool, refreshing---  BATH  During; the Summer  Months Call on   THOMAS LEWIS  Kbaving  I'.trims,  etc.,     TTigh  Street  Simlijclil So.ii) is br Iter tlinn other soaps, bii  s (list when used in the Sunlight way.  11,1/ 5 i illj'it S i i) \ i I 1'ollo.v Directions  Union made-Capital & Nugget Cigars  DAY  SCHOOL  Usual   subjects   taught;   also   .   lan  I {giiase*1    (lravvini;   in   pencil   and  crayons,   paint ng  in   oils and   water colors,  pianoforte jtnd  vocal  lessons given  in classes or individually,  MISS   IWRiTI-tAM,       l,.ulysmltn, TfJ.C  ~-*v^Tr���������^^-piime^^m*mmFumw>wm  AiSi   APPiDAL   'l'O   KATUaALtSTS.  The Natural Lfistory Sociecy has,  undertaken the vvor.k\ of establishing  a Wild flovvt-i* g-arden in, this city.  We have secured a most eligible site  iu Beacon Hi il park,' and the city au  thorities liave promised to make  us :tvvo small  rocky ponds.  Our aiin is to sectiiei a represeut-a-  tive collection of the most beautiful  wild flowers ami shrubs native, to  this  province.  We now appeal lo nny one who is  interested in tiie llura nf this particular locality to help us. We want  this Fall only thos.. subjects that  will thrive on rucks and in dry situations, as we shall not have water  until   next  season.  Our funds are limited and we cannot offer, to pay -i'������>l* plants, but will  gladly' pay. freight e'barges. Tt is a  labor of love on our part, and we  shall be glad lo hi-ar from anyone  able and vvillliiie lo help us in the  good    work.  V..   W.   WALLAOI'',  1'resident .  Victoria,   l!.   C.  DUNDEE-  luniPF.v  Will" "  w,  m  fn the in'ovineitvl police court yesterday afternoon SVillinin Sco'ville ap  pea.red    on   :i   .��������� 11jii-i.t--   uf   nssaull.    nnd  OK������iia������(������������������iiB3i������������^rei.oLsjra* -. -, >> i *v. ������*w.". ^rxrjw-r. M.Kw^&4cn  Try CapUd and Niiivsrei Cigars  Scotlands Best.  Minard's Liniment Co.,   Limited.  Gents,���������1 cured a valuable hunting  dog of maii.ji.* with-AMN AliDjS LIN-  rMBNT alt.-r scleral vctei-inafies  had treat!d hi.iu vvithoitl. doing him  any permanent good. Yours, &c,  * U''lLI(*RI.-:i) GACINE,  Prop,  of Grand   Central Hotel,'Drum  moncHillf.,   Aug.   3,   '04.  RAYMOND   &  SONS  ������������������Dealers  in���������  *    Lime,   Plaster Paris,    Brick,  Irire Brick and  Vancouver is-  y '- land cement.  P   3   Pandora St.  Victoria B.C.  c^S23  liansfer from myself to llaniy Bl.iir  of the license to sell spirituous and  feunonted liquors on Jot tlnee (;-!),  Block twenty-six (2ft), on the premises known as the Cecil Uaitel, situated on First Avenue in the city of  LadyBinith,  B.C.,  Dated  this 15th   day   ol June,    A.  D. '.'190.6.  GEORGE IIANNAY.  By his Attorney  in fact,  Henry Reifel.  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  Call on J. E.  House' and Sip Painter  Ure lou Coin? Fast?  I'liea b������ aur-t yo-ar tickets rea.tf   il������  North Western Line  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS -with thf  rhrough    trains     from    the    Paciflt  Court.  THE S1IOHTEST LINE, TF  FINEST TRAINS, TIIE LOWES"  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CUV,  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT1  ������nd ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask  y  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   Af'r  nt) 2n4 Ave., Seattle.  S.ii  Shi!  . oni  Lad; s    i h  for   \'.uu'oii. ei   eveiv   Tut  d -.*.   at  fi o'clock  am  11om   Van on or  Ui   L.tdvsmi   lb eveiv   iMiii'Uv   at   I 30 j> ju  G, Iv. Courtriey,  Distri<-1. Pas5������������n**v-j'r Ajyonl  :)���������*! (loveninienl St., Victoiia, ILC.  Wl\ %^- "-��������� WEIiY'S7  Tiulo't  and   Freight  Ollice,  75  1.2:  2i  Under New ATanagment  HOTEL WILSON  Jus-^R. S/cKSnnell, Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial  Mens' .headuanvters,  Modein  and      Strictly  First  Claas  I'ire Proof     Buildiag;.  THE JONES HOTEL  ��������� WHITE   COOK ���������  and  ���������AVHITfi   LABOK���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE' STREET-     Ladysmith.  HOTEL   DOMINION  ��������� 11 tt'p -.1.2.-) ,t did .on���������  Ki" '(.   all ; l.-fti'i' ��������� it   la-'d'/i."-no  ".i 'i...v ilop-ila.     I ; i   . i  <<������������������   . v(- v 'i-  ni' m<s    "i .(;  j.., m i  and '.I'.'-'e iinoxot .!���������  I.  F. \i \\ N !���������:,������������������. Pio.oioUir,  ll  !    Best  accommodation  for   transient  And  permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  d������t������- Rates $1.������0 a day and ������p-  w^d������.  WM.  BEVERIDGE, Pro*.  ���������VimOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, C. i K**������I*.a������=3������   *-��������� :-���������:-���������.���������-: -U-ifJBiltf  SlIvAM   IlliATKIl  ^^.I'-likNISlI    KOOMS  I1AR SUl'l'I.IKI) WITH 1!H  VV'INK-^, I.IVJl'OI'S   C'HiMi  0TSF0RD HOTEL  A. J. ���������HcMURrRU:, I'roprletoi*  \Tevvly lilted u*,> and  I'-uruisliocl  I.AI)Y.C"W!1H,    . i  Gnocl tables nnd good  Rooms  1 flUDSOJlS M (0.  Sole Af/ents for   />'. V  Leads Them    AH  IN  QUALITY   ���������  R, P..RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  I'aciue ('oast    Agency.  ���������/ICTOUI.A, :���������:  :-: :������������������  .���������: :-*B.O.  This   I Intel   h-ts    been  completely       renovated.  Board  aid lodging $1.00 per day.  HOTEL-    PRETORIA  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar   Supplied   with   the   Heat    Wines, 1st Avenue :-:  :-: >"  Cadysuiith  B.C.  Liciuors .iii'l  Cigars.  *,fc-*,������.'^-*������������������**-���������%.-*.���������*������������������������.���������������. ������>-*.-������.������.-*. ������,^, v-lfc^'fc ���������������. ^k������.������,^.'%.^^-������.������/%.1  t  4  4  4  4  4  4  t  4  4  t  4  4  4  4  4  4  *  4  4  WM.  MUNSTE,  President    J.  W.  COBURN, Managing  Director.  Telephane -1-fj.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd,  MILLS   AT   FIDUrCK   AND   LADY SMITH-r*-   -i  "W ^^  Shingles &. Sp-&oialty  MANUFACTURERS  OP   lJ,oiii������*]������ and Oiessed Fir and Cedar LumlKMS  I ATM-3    SHINGLES   'iMO 1JLD1NGS,      ETC.,     of    the  BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND   DRIED     FLOORINGS      AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  4  (invi'inmcnt Stieeu   - -   - ���������������  Transcontinental  Trains Diiiiy  The Ncw'JTr.iin  C RIE N TA L LiM IT ������ D  The Train--of -*������������������  $3    Ease,   Elegancu,   Excellence.  Every   mile   a  pictiue,    and  no smoke to spoil  the    view. >-  Through Compartment,   Ob- ������|  servation and  Pullman  Sleep-,,  !|   ers;     also    Through    Tourist  Cars  to Chicago.  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  |t������  is our Specialty  Union     Terminals   with   all  Steamer lines..  1    Berth  reservations  by  wirel  Great Northern  S.S. Co.  FOR   JAPAN. AND  CHINA.  Steaiinships Minnesota and Da- ..  lcota sail from Seattle for Ja- ^|  pan    and China ports at   fre-  ifiienr datos.       Exact    sailing  dates can he secured   upon application to any  Great Northern representative.  S.  O.   YERKES, ,  A.G.P.A.,  Seattle,  Wash.  E.  R. STEPHEN,  Gen.   AgcntL Victoria,  B.C.  .. IVoaUra In lU...  ;os������������������������������������+& Organs  Ladysmith. B.c ":C  Pianit  :y& NURSERIES,      QREEN-  ^ HOUSES AMD SE-D  JS2* HOUSES  ���������^ja n 10   Ve.-Jt,ininster   Road,  i'-.V-  IIcad������mart������rs for   PACII-IC OKOW'N (iurdeii, field  and (lower SEEDS  [br distribution.   -  Large   Btoclc   of Home    g|^  Grown   FRUIT and  OR- flK^  NAMENTAL     TREES ^  now matured  for Spring. g������|f^  No expense, loss or   delay of  fumigation  or  inspection---, tst,  Let mc jrire youi list,  before placing your order. CSroennoiise Plants, WSl���������,  Floral Pacli'ages, Feitili- JJ^.  '/ers etc. S^  301(1 vvjestmiuster Road. ������������������������  , VANCOUVER,  R.   C. V  X.Xy^h  rn-'i i i-^i i im ii  Plumbing and Tinsmithing  '    DONE  AT  Reasonable Prices  J. ANDERSON  1  Leave orders  at I'etcrson's  Furn -  ture Store, or telephone No'SJi.  *-n..n.+*-H"H.**++***** fr-H-M-i ^4-ii-i-t-i ^-:-t'-i":--i">-i->i"i-:-:-i-:"i"i������i"i-*^  |     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.      t  PUKCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPI>E������, ������OLl> AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH,   B.C.  HEAD. OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION. CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  ^  Vancouver Island, 6. G. Genera! Managei, *  ���������������������H-+-l~H"*++++-fc++*������-:- I-f-i ���������-: 'M-*-i | *.i..i.^*i..j..f..|..f..j..i.^..:..j..;.^..i-^.5..{.^.j..*i j.  +  -*'  ���������i'  ������v*  J.  ���������*���������  +  .���������������������������.���������������0..������M������^#.  ! STOVES! STOVES! t  t we are. making:-HEATERS and RANGES of |  ���������        Latest 5t>les'anJ Newest Paiierns-.We do \  i        A11 kinJs'ofFoun'ilry and Repair Work \  | Nickei Plating, in all its branches a Specialty *  \ Ladysmith Stove'& Iron Works Co. Ld j  I TI3.LEPi-IONi3 53." P.  0. Ro.v  '12. |  T H e G I.T.Y TA. tt R K6T  .*. R. Williamson  Prop  ist. Avenue' Ladysmith.. B.. C  PAINTING   AND   PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done -    -------  Orders  Promptly   Execute  S. RGEDDING    ---.---   LADYSMITH  LAD/SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PTANOft,     ORGANS   ' AND HOUSEHOLD      KtlrtNlTUItl-   MOV-  RD   PROMPTLY   AND   .SAFELY.  Stablw in lbe it----  of lbe Lar," ysiuith  hotel.      Leave (inters at   ila  Abtioto ford  A.    J   WASKE1"1",  ,'      P  -   1.4. -V*. V 4-4- +-���������-��������������� 4-H-+4-f + t ��������� 4 4 ���������������������������������)-��������������� 4 4-4-4- <s+-k 4-4- + > ��������� 4 I 1  i *���������  ROP  it t t -r t r t ���������  ���������  IB *mm  T-    w-^Tr-J-ra-f-r^-, -n���������   ,  ���������..At-JCtfurf-V.^. ,'  "T  AltyJ������ii��������� iAs:  >*������~~~MS&isl~*ae5^*KmiT*,v  THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  mtih.iT-mi mmmm,^*  LODGES  LADYSMITH    TEMPLE,    No.    5.���������  ���������������������������    Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall    every 2nd    and   4th |  Tuesday, at 7 30 p m  MRS   KATE TATE,   M   of R. A C.  LMILD   AMILvi       1'UDEK   \jV  DHU1DS  Wellington  Liove  ������\o    lb    A   u    j  Meets    in   (in   I    o    O    F    llail,   . -  tlv smith,     Ihe    "H-iOiul    and       lo.id  llt-iliu sdavs  oi cub   monlii   coiiim* ���������  [' u.g Wednesday,   nth ,   1003  \'isiling D'tinls     an- u-vited  tc    n.  laud  Hv ib 'i'i  WM   RAFTER,  Kai Se. ���������-.  PATRICK  IU t'K    \     \  |      HiLBERT  Dr.   Diei   can   he  lo yd   A   euj ti  I" at lus offiro on Gat acre st    His   <L  "f tal   work   is  gi aianteed   io   be  ft  flass and  fit"-*,  luason.ibb* *������'  NOTICF  From      tins   dale   the   undersigncc1  will   not   le   le-ponsihlp  foi   any  in  debtedne.s      ixtniei!  c<tept on       ������  wutlen oifii t    iiriicd bv the secrelarv  |' Rowland   M< ''ibi  V    (    EM" PR VI'IOV  &   I1EVFI  Ol'ME,\ r  f'O ,   LTD  |> Non Personal  L'ainl'ty  "������'t .i(���������    M    i'     \T*x   i**,b    ,o05  W. R. SIMPSON  ilr.R.B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  \11   woik  glialanteod  and at  leason-  able lates  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE  -Jatacre St Lad\ smith  Open at all houis  .w4.DYri-.tti in    L������.-> Kt:uS  \ 1101LE    CAKES     AM)    PAS'l ll\  ALWAYS    1RES11   ON   HAND  Wedding    Caias   -hade   to   Onlei  lUCi'lS    A^D    CANDIES  OF  ALL  KINDS      e'RESil    bRMAD   LV-  I0RY    DAY  I'rues    rue     Very   Reasonable.      All  I usloineis are  Treated Alike  HOP   LEE * CO.  ON TIIF   ESPLANADE.  NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  E Waclc-i contemplates making a  visit   to  England  in  a  lev.   nioiitl -.  VII iho luiuiuis .\ic ljusy ' .at ba>-  nial mg at Hie pieseni time 'iheio  i-  .i, gie.it   scuicit,-,   oi   labium s  A s C lloimamn, of \nncouvei,  is i ijiny a visit to hei parents, "Mi  am    Alls    11.   AlcAdic*,   Albert   Stieet  i loin 7,UUO pounds oi buttei was  in.uie at the cieameiy dining .Mine,  an idnig. to C \V Ctindell, iho but  ic-i   uiakt'i  'I ho iiinnj funnels ol All and "\lis-  1J rhoine Albeit Sticul, will be pleased to Ie.ii n that then son lloiucc  is i.ipiclly iccoveiing iiom n seveie  ultiicU   oi   inilaniation oi  the  lungs  ������Y AWAY  a r\ I'ACvbator  and  i:ivA u New Era'  Holb '.tar  $������nav  fa  L-san  t.    Aunu������ LA3YSVI H  AN CIGAR FAC������ORY  ii Manufacturers of the Famous  CU SAN    !3LO;-S'Jl  Mis. Walkei of \icloiiti is visiting filends iu Nuiuumo Dining hei  stnv heie sbo^vvill be tbe guest ol  Alls     J.  D   Pcuison, Milton stnet  EXCELLENT  Train Service  aerwELN  GH!CfeQ0, LONDON.  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, pEBEC,  PORTLM,19ST0N,  And tiie Pi lnctiml lluhlnctu Centers of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YOBK AKD  PHILADELPHIA, <HA NIAGARA FALLS, g  roi Time liililas, clt.  nililieii m  CEO. W. VAUX. S  Assistant Gen"I I'lssoug-i nuil I Icket, Agent 0  135 ADAM!, ST    CIICAGO, ILL  All JL A Williams, who during till  past two weeks has been the l-iicM  ot jMi and His K Thome, Albeit  slieet, left jcsteidny morning lot  Do wson  \ special despatch fiom Vancouvci last night states that P.iotluei  was committed foi trial at the  si/i s   with charge ioi  forgeiy  \s-  Kone hn    lj.it -'i L.ihot  n .1. fiofvr-j  Km ployed  Paisley Dye Wsrks  Fancy Djeiii������  mid  Cleaning   Charges ie.json.nl le, etc     Uoik Cuaiantoed  Commarcial St. ��������� Nanaimo, B. G>  J. PIEROY k GO.  lUaniifaetniers Of���������  IRONCLAD    BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALUJRY GOODS  VICTORIA, B. G.  GENLYiAl  MITH SHOP  Ah Cliai les A Uoss of "v ancmiv ci  "nought ovoi a voij bandsonie automobile made m Canada and was  last evening exhibiting it to many  on tbe stuels Mi Itoss repiesents  the Canada Cvcle and Automobile  Compatu n tboioughh leliahle c on-  (Oin Mi lloss stnUxl that he would  letuin to X'anconvci this morning  but   would again vi-^it  "Nniminio  I hoieb.v (halleinje Jell lhmnav of  Ladvsmith lo a boxing contest at  14") pounds Should the light be pull  ed oil in T.advsinith I will meet lu in  loi a side bet ol Iiom ftl<~>0 to ������.">00  and a guaianlc-e ol SlOt) gate le-  ceipts, bul should the contest l������e  pulled ofi in anv othei citv than  L.a^smith I vm|] m^et him on anv  conditions   sat isinc lm \    to     lTnnnn\  THE SEJ'/L\u  IK X���������h'jr /ii.-i ?>  \ava diiiCoutaged ������tui j u pot' .'ij.  stui.i.  You can   m;:ke cimic.-/  raising chicks in iho ri*i'jf  way���������lots  oi   ii.  ao  f/J:.ii!:ai)i Ir.tn?>a(or  aad  :v i.sj. ;i'.*f'.a\i������  iu*'.)*.Akd  a  jiu , fiLiLdT.  ^ i^ iinn^j in .ui i ig  ul) i*o  ai'.l l.iu. I j  :i."-5t  i-1'  i   ,  i i  .i  I  I   II      I  C   I  No out) tloubu cli i.. I  OlllukOl'd .Mill lib'-" I 1  t!-.tua of LUo < Ii  I i ii i !��������� u l-dti i  oi 11 i    k n  buW llll lllU(ll)  IllUIH *���������        ll   M  II   ���������>  I  !  i '   I),  I   i< nu  old lilca tlmL i on i ui^Ui i������ s^i   !'< ���������     , i      nhij.  bill UCd4 IMHlif llic I (. .1   *i       111' v        \w.|ll  hkc- to io won ������il)i \ou  In Iho In->l. I>11 <   wiiii]     \ *���������    i i'i  youi acln il i 1-.I   '')���������>���������> in      '    *��������� . 1  ''    -11"     ���������  diunld 1������J   i'iiiui,' ti.    on     m        i ~i    i     ii  lunching ii i 1 in .in I i  '  w I   i ... i i i , .  lOI     i  t'tl (III I'll    1  i   un .1 I llll  oi fix k'llclas. 1 uiu .'ii ,m    it "i i  lai.cei anil in Iui   ii.iit^ . i        i I    '  c     i.  at tho Clml'i un I.iliio.i h a.u. 1 hu h  l( jou ullow a lion Id i. I Jim li* c i I K -.I  aiKiit ivcukd o-f J t\ 11 jt t< i p w i ' - h io mu  mil llvu wcol i t i'vii ^.iii uf I In i 'i ' m I -.'  uij in tins en.he \. <' $ ' <��������� \ o 1 11\ i h i t  ���������hi ^e do/en < Cef-i 1. v.'ieChul inlii uluii.  )ii the Imtchu.j, wli . the hen ( , ^ li I ijne  iS .-*���������  Our.Vo 3 IneMlj .toi wi'l liih'i  iiiniin> li/i, >   u i  is ivventj sotli'), In i     .mil i n i  'hIl.,1     .*��������� o\i     mu   li  ,.   i <i  beitf U J. i|iic,=tn)ii m ui ii 'i   i'.i -i> ii  IfiuuU-qi^li.  -I.nu   ijiiii- l '''   ' "  u -  foi 8 iiiic1.'.   lm i  ii '       i   ->h   ' ) I   vii i  uc I i ���������  jou 1 i o if L l^ll 111 H  i uulil'.   * i .'n   i ni'l       '  i i  1 litl    J   llll/l  11    <  rZ^- I"!    -If.'-     .������' , ' HI II    >*.l*     I      ll  WO! 111   1 > I V.I   I.      tl'        UH/C   . ' \ .IS    -J 1     ���������/ |    ll I    'I      HI   II      I  'IhClOfoio, when fit   ( ll   Mini Inn   >���������'      .s     Ml i   ���������   nuluii   ���������  bntclnnt;tlic iiunitin iif il���������s ill ' tw< nt\ U i.     >' . ) u   *>u'.1   ll  IVlMllllllUti li, itii I. illv c .1 11    .,   ill!   is'. Ki    Mil  ji) GO    Ll-slill .)   JllulllH    IIJ ' II    ;UI   I   Jildl  I  Clilcli        ,  bj  the wUd'csalc   un ' 11 i b n m. to cl i 'in    j  -tamo tliiiiij ovet jf,.iiii tl c iiici.uint' i-n 'ii.l������.li   i  isii-r. ���������  Jjjii t >on tl    i!    I   ji1 no   tni' il i iv> ui   !  kOc|) tho lions iui in ,   inil li L  i'i* t i. tli-i.i  hicii!)������loi do tin* h 'i Inn,,'  Ihecu aie iui-w    ilhc     i_i .ins   i 'i\   I  _  Ci ttli.im  liioiiljiui    ui)   I i u i.   o ti   ���������    i  J  til >sX'ttlllg lion f  i lie lieu se -i vmi n s) i i    i 11,    'i 'i   ( 1   i S  hou fneeb ttoi  i- ��������� l������ ii- li i '        lo I'1   num. 1  to take oir.i li i i '     ���������  iii-    - i    'us     > i . i   . 1  h������ve iiloitt1,  ot ii i i 11    '������     I'     ' i    i.i      i���������* ^  uu scuiu mil !������������������ i cj it l ������������������   '    .      I   '.     11 11 l  iLilii, a"Je^%.!:tt <iiiil Prufii*  ���������niiu-incii toi" Cornea  Nc. 1- CO Eggi  ]������     No' 2~1M Egfis      v  ^     Na. 3���������240 Egfis  ///: CUAtli'AM I SCI 'DA TOR���������lit  , l iss /us c/i.ouiii'fi ���������naiiy lo maki  Ki<j>e moi; i ti'i'nthevetet thought  /h>iiIOj? out Of (./ticks.  ,     . ,    , ���������,,   t ,,      \vacy rarmer Should  i.i    a i i mil un in ii   Jiaise i ouliry  ���������    I     l\ii u.in ; an   i i U  ill    I       i;  I      J ll I (      iui  I  il I    i  l        i I    I'i    ll I   I I.i till t  i     I,   ti   >   | I    . . i is .  tin     *    i i  l   (  i-       li  .' li  t'n   |   > lill i  si        i. \   I    '    (  11  Hi        t*    .      .  111 I l> 1    I'll 11 "  . i  I 111 tl    >si.    ill.jS   llll  l It!  DM       t i lie      1  ,(,   ,     , \)   \.t\ >!  \   llll    1   .110  I 1   1    s   ll I .   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WE '.-lil, .inli* N'i/^V  10 \lrlVA lit VIlO'A  riti'.:;>;:i  n'sti rAin  i  Jt IIOIlll Oil  the   I     I      Ml   1   L  no leu nisi ii heci    j i   '   i  li i  lM.ll.tf  UI.llLl.elll    tl    I     \tl     ll  I'll    |1      .-  .s I i,  itiir.  riielien is i (iui-*    *i('li     i      11   it t   ,'  luf ka aiuonns' \\<i.    is   In I hi  i  i      ,-  ���������.heie i.vtsi ui i i   i       i 1      .  I'lie f li eh i ii   i in i'i i   1   i i    '  ! .icifect n.oi'n i    n' mm   i mi    '     s  ��������� i i    k  in.I is not un. si i I mu'  In .  Ulogolht.  tin n is ,\ si    ii i   i i   .     >i     i  iftiion toi (oiiiiniiiii    -'it i      '    i  li itc-hci nnd   any  jiM      i        i i  li una I'liiil'iiitii i u ui>'(  i   ii u i      ,  We i'ie in i' in/ .i *.  i v  -|i i i     ii.ii    '   .  it will pay jiui to no i  i o in  Small IVcmit'i.^ii iS';-'ii in-ni  Fop Poultry I'-'\ -���������.>.  Of coiuse if vou lini l.its ..i i i >i *   s , i       i,  lbe bcilei. l>   I nini  r   i lmui     i il mu n  lariyni^oni.sii ut   i   .i il i nil I e '   in      i  business in  i s i u'l .   i     m  I    < i hi        'inn  ivith a fin si/i il st.i    i   i>i   s'h Itii      i  u  i'ard inn i .i e pou' i,i   ii I i l>  But to in i!.<    i i i  (      ii   ikli        i   i in I     i '  way fiom tin fi't i >t        n* 'i ' msn  Mill sl'ttlnjr Ji, 1|     | 1    |s V    I      I       1st   ���������    t I  'liaMi mi I k ii'j iii    n    i    . i '���������  lociiulilit cm-_��������� *-!>.-���������*. i i   .     a 1 ui   i n em   'u  ���������igbt m o ui I1 i  ,..'���������.  '    >i  ' -  in I  i\ i i i il       i n" ii  i    .'  "I  Miners' Drilling Machines  MAKE 'IO ORDER anil REPAIRED   AT   SHORT  NOTICE       DRII 1 -.  SHARPENED   BY   US      ALWAYS   GIVE  SATISFACTION   PICKS HANDLED  A ND REPAIRED   ,  .      ���������S HI P S M It Ji IN Cr    I N      ALL   ITS    BRAN CI IKS  Horseshoers and Genera6 Biacksmittis.  R   WRIGHT  Bti 11 er S iree t  ������������������**-���������   Viiayarn ixli,'j.3 C  -4--X-4~i--*--1 *-"k-2--*--*-^-1-*..;.*.j..-v-!..'*..*-..s..j.-v.j ���������>.:.-.I..-.i--?.^-l-.f.-";.>.j.^.j.^f.  I  i  1  Will be Delivered on  Mondays,   Wednesdays.  ���������-. Fridays and Saturdays  Orders  must be in  by  eleven  o'clock on  day  of  Delivei-y,  y"l  Should  n.innnv    decide (o  aoc-opt   ni\  ihallcntye be eon phico   a   deposit   with * ,^vtn ^','J1,//,1;  Spotting   Cditot   ot   The   fleiald    .mil Weom  iip;il\ \  T will  tovci   the  same nf  once        An Huhfuy t li.un'uii  oailv  leply  to   this   challenge  is   de- Tll��������� M ^tVSOi^  ���������A'*-'is3Bc������I  li, .111       l   'l 1   1 11 I    I'ls'i II  1 _   i   -.      t   I     I I 1 II 1 M     ���������  I   I I  'I   i-   I  I ill  M/MutiM ir.nn(i I c c p-. liein, butwhllo  i I i i'ii s-,i| 11 ilii ii is .(i ii un amount, or pi on'  i  i c li 14 in      i 11 ii iihiu letl-iiy it luko mn  .It'll    t   llllllll. I.IUIlHUO  ul   ho������    m us  .     io  Iiimi l e  ii) mu l)J nol tftUlntf Ii^l'  ioilM>  in. iness inslieli ii way txi to mai*  t   III J ll ,   i m  o'  it  I'l'-iuiiyiui its -u. liutoliei will ne-vei lm is  i unit. .1 sneess Hei business is to lay  .    ,    mil    Id    noulel  hi  ki'lil at it     'J ho onl''  lo in se- i lm 1-ri t ji inula is to boffin lltflit  '       1st Ulin^ mh   I1! nu lm lib itoi ttiiu Uluii hi  .    lb sin'i i i.i uii ne luii . in bitflu liulcbliit-  i 1 nt,   si .h  at um I un  i iiii'ioiilj   ii L oi.o cio|i oil wmr llclds in  t    . tl    Invl,  VMtb  ft  t hi'tlii in  lm nb.ttoi  Hini  i     mi III   l-lll Uliilllllj    itUlltllll   jou Kin lu isi-  ens fio n i   il\   *s)imiii.' until \\ niter iiiui  i i i i ' i up e \ 11 , month    '1 lm 1. of it I  i   v ii riii   i    iue-13 have diseoveieu tni.t.  i   loon, v i i I'ie iioultiylnibiiitsbai dnuve  i   I tins hi u i i ol ltiiiiiins so piolllublethit  i     ,  Imc inst illPil st,\ei il C luilli.iui liieuba  i    iilllioijil.  s all. i ll >ni(,r the Hi ������t  li   ii,)s j on think  tint it icqniiis iifcneal  i' imii oi  i i?ient licit of tcelinicd know  . i  i 'ii i u-c (hu Li ui -Willi ������. C liiLt.li un Iniu  li      i ,.iul  Miouili-i      If sn Mill inOB-ieaCy )Uia  I     ui     \om   i ire oi (l.uiBbioi c.m.ittitd lo  1   i i iiel'ine i I 1 luo1-. aitei the chilkciia wiln  . i   i itei eii'i���������r with then ic-^ulii houdcboia  i   <"���������>  lie in ii) ct ia ulwavs sood and pi ices a) a  .1 low     'llu iliiiiinil isti'w.ijbin etiess of  i ii   i pp'i  ..ul. t ici t mi timesoi the jeai jou  n  im i))j iritiiin pi iii j on mi is io .-&V. fur  ii u U  s    VV ith aClitith.un lncub.ilor.inii  i      i'.i  Mm nn b-tuil liiteluiifr at the j'if lit  ii    , )  ' i iij;   tin  cliieLeiis    to   mirketabio  >        i jie.0 the biipply is veiy low and tlic  i   i e- ii  onhi^U huh    1 ins j ou could never  I i lie i    is hull luis  \i    i non Hi ii theie is money in the poultiy  i  i in t. in, im>:\ f.iimei v\ho will go anout it  i  i        VI v in h ne lo do lsto get a Chatham  i     i.iloi mil Biooilci tind st.ot it     Uutpei  i i     mi nto not, iui p.uod just now- to speinl  i        line*,    This is ,ihy *-.e uiaLe the special  IS THIS FAIR ?  t Lino*, tliciei-a uioiiny miaisiner ohlckens.  V  i   I  iq.\    the   C li itham    Incubatoi    and  '     ill Inn > o e mill  i  e know th it will  any i easonable effort on  ,i n i   miii e iniiot but make money out of  ,n       rtlli nu lin-iiuatoi and Brooder.  i      '. ioi-. ihit i e nude a sinnlai oflei last  t   i      ui ih il in ev ei \ c i-e tho p.n'iuenta weie  i���������       *-iLiinili\ nid p.omptb.aiid tbatinmany  ���������j     i i    . mm \   w is accoiup lined by letters ex  ������ 1(5 s ,li,f Kl'illl  ���������"������������������.-"������������������i���������o--��������� .���������..^. i   .^ i R uioll   ���������t i, i\e no hesitation in making  ,,    .       ,  ,i ,i ,i   ,      i      Is lUOiioMtion to eicn honest, earnest man  ��������� \      us        -. io. .���������     Will   ������   *m mm wiiiivas wish to add to theu yearly-  iie t \rii    11   v Hi v\lib  i small e^pendituie ot tune and  n     t v  '       i till} rae.ui* tliaL wc Mill get you up In  i   i  pii't'i,  bii-mess so  thit vou  can mako  .iw i    ii=dil iiom the !=t.i*t withoutaaklnefoi  -. n,' i nit uoin ^oll until liter 1900 harvest.  I i    ��������� 1,1,       i ,     i in iintn,       '   m- ki c.\ ota fuuei oilei, wo would make it.  i       i  i  ,, ,. i    . I   n I si i        1'iiti   ma post cod with youi name and  i     ,i i     i ,n Ji   ili.i'e is   ,ni i i s, ai dv\ewiil~ciHl\ouliilI pai tieulars, aa  ,      ��������� ii'iiiv       v n uiu  i ould   i     i isiiui beauhi illv   lhislratedbook, "How  ,   , ti il j    J-.s 1, ,\, Uaili    i . i mke monej out of chieku '  Write to day  ��������� .    >i ill) tin  A CHATHAM  \INCUBATOR  1 ������������e!3^C0D������R  u-b r������ j is 5 no Cash  li'i    I  *i'ii\i \ljvwst  i  i   '.  'i   ii   un i' ii   a it  7     i      11 nl   i   it uf  s   i I    Out  'Uuv    i  i ii  iiiiejj, New Wotmlnsiei, BC, Montreal.  612  sued  (signed)  ICin WHITE ol  T.icoma  s'sl  ������'2s;  il Ion   lleiTin i  ds VeaL No. 15 A CHATHAM, CANADA  Let*i������s 0!i-jfa yo  n  aj.j  cl  & failing US:!! op good Farm Scale.  Owing  to  tho fact that  "Roi t ClniKe  of -Seat-tic-cannot: get    into      shape.. , ..,���������,������������������������ . ,     -,,���������,,      .,  ������������������  p   ��������� ���������   ������������������ ������������������.-       i be over   on Monday s boat to go m-  foi- the 'contest, with Williams, which !to -.aeti've-. training-   for   the    contest.  was  booked   for  this  city  on -"Satin-- J Bitobie   lias'come to.'terms with'Kid ��������� waf.  rout0d ��������� with  heavy  loss  day  nig-bt  next,   the  match  has been   MeVrified  and   these   two   elever   lads.  postponed  for one  vveelc and   Will  be  pulled   off on   Saturday,  July:2tst.--  Bob  Potrio.   manager   foi* Williams,  received  a letter last night .lYom Bob  stating-   that   ho   and   Ritchie   would  4  Limited  '." 'MAiNAIM.6'3:'Bl. C.  Minard's   Lin-iinen.t cures   Diphtheria  y  A^-ft  QEStiiN:;^  '   *S������t;   ������   fS-="    L"   -^    TR,-.OE-MAhK.s  ^   ��������� -   fctfi  u.Lb5i*a.J   ii   ?<S-      ���������OBTAiVlEfi  ���������.muz ,:���������:. to !:Arr-r-r^n;;..:Ty W??? "Is'7  i(.u.i-iiy-!,;v.-.i;;v,/,W" h Sti-gify  livoi; -\u,..y tocibl.-uiil-.ocuts" g)   "v-gla-j  .  Cluiirrs i-.-.-n.-ar-rV. Nof..>.i!ilr.-\tontisi.:i..cnrc-  | ���������     l-i'ili-.'-Jf-lvl-t-l.' i-i.'RliJe'r.tial.    Aiiilri'S'-,  '.ti.',,*''l'"''S' i'.itC^i .-���������i'.v;--.". V.'.isl'.:r.i|lr,|.,. O.f  -*������w&-ifc.ii\..'^������r. -S������  P  "v ::���������.-;;  Synopsis  of  Canadian   Homestead  Hi-nil la i ions.  Any      available     Pominioii     lands  within  the  Railway   Hell    in   British  Columbia,  may  be    homes Leaded     by  any person   who i.s   the sole bead   of  a    family, or any .mule  over e ghleeu i  years of age,  to   the extent of    ojie-I  quarter section of   I fid    acres,     more'  or less. j  Entry must be made personally ai I  Lbe local land ollice for the. district.i  in   which the land  is  siliiule, \  Tbe homesteader is required Lo per- j  form  the  conditions  connected   therewith    under    one     of   the    following ,  plans: J  (1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for   three years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homestead  er resides upon a  farm in   lite vicinity of  the  lane} entered  for,  the    re  c'uirements as to residence may be  satisfied by such person residing with  Lbe father or mother.  (3) If the settler has bis permanent residence upon fariiibig land own  ed by hini in the vicinity of his home  stead, the requirements as to residence, may ho satisfied by residence  upon the said land. v  Six    lnontlie'    notice     in     vvriti...  should  be given to the Commissioner'  of  Dominion'Lands at  Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased al, $ 10  per acre for soft coal ami $20 fo,  aiifhracitc. Nn|, more than M2D  acres can he ucy.piiied by one individual or company. Royalty at the  rale ol ten cents ��������� er ton of 'i',1'0"  pounds shall he collected on  e;ross output.  W.   W.   CORY.'  "c-.iitr   of  the Minister of Tnfprior  lie  *BM!KA.!, .bXPRESS ANT)  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  r.c,    ���������  TiP-^vn ordi*rn at, the  Alitsot^fon?  Keep   Minard's  house.  Liniment    iu     i|u.  >LASS     GLOBES  When you  want a..> j^lassj globe ^  see that    you get the " globe '  with the  rubber ring on     it, hi  as  it is  the only   kind    that''  can Keep the water out ��������� the  Klubes without the rubber ring  cannot     Keep   out water, you jj)  can    see  that    by  examining "|  them.       The artificial    flower  that   is   put.  into   the     globes  ���������with  the rubber rings, is guar  anteec! to  l-.e Uie best, and    if  you     want  a globe    with     a  Rubber  Ring, call at Mrs.  T.  X.   . I ones, agnnt for  H'-iNRV CRf-VV  The only    place vou can    gel  Them".  Sole Agent in B.C. for tbe  French Wreath Co., of Lon-  ���������luii, Cat-is, Melbourne, ft.A.,  Cor. ''oinos- R(|. ,*;. Milton St.  NANAIMO Il.C.  MODEST CLAIMS OFTEN  CARRY   MOST   COMVlCTrOM  When ALax-im. the famous gun inventor, placed his gun 'jefore a committee of judges, he stated its car-  ryinig power to be much below what  he felt sure the gun would.'accomplish. The result of the trial was  therefore a great surprise, instead of  disappointment. It. Ls the same with  the manufacturers of Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy. They do not boast of what  thiis remedy will accomplish, |,ut prefer lo let the users make the. statements. What they do claim, is that  it, will possibly cure diarrhoea, dysentery, pains in the stomach and ibow  els aiid has never b<*en known to fail.  For sale by The Ladysmith Pharmacy.  will be the principles in ,a (en round  preliminary to the WiUinms-Olnrke.  go. This    alone   should    be     well  worth the price of admission, as the  cleverness and ability of both men  are beyond qiiiest-ion, and they appear pretty evenly matched to put  up a gruelling" contest. 'Ritchie .and  Merrifield will meet in a limited  round contest in' Vancouver next  Friday nig'ht and the' onlco-mc of  the go will be watched with much  interest.  A   IIKIVFOYIT) .B.EIS-WTT.  The following is the financial state  nicnt in connection with tho benefit concert recently held in Victoria  in aid of Mrs. Hedforil nnd family,  Alberni:  Cash taken at" door    Cash O'orii sale of lii-l.cis  Cash  from subsi-i-ipi inn   .  on  the same, clay  at  a: point   furt-hcn*take.part.s in  the war   and allow her  north   where   the   Guatemalan,   army, gunboats    to   aid    the   revolutionists  which they insist will res*ult in the  .speedy downfall ot" V-i-esicient Cabrera  of  Guatemala.  In an  interview General BaraeUis, the Gnat  emalal insurgt'iit laments the loss of  General Rig-alado, but says there  will be no. change in the programme  of the revolutionists. General Toledo is now at the bead of revolutionists in the- lie Id and is receiving  heavy accessions daily. I'he revolutionists claim they wilV.be in Guatemala city within a fortnight. Gen-  Toledo now has artillery. The" revolutionists    claim      .Nicaragua  The announcement of his death  reached- the state department, thro  ugh   a  despatch     . from   the     IT'iiitc-d  States Minister Merry' at San Salvador. The'despatch stated that Re-  galador was killed in the last. move,  nil -nt of the Salvn'doran troops a-  gainst - the Guatemalans, but did  not indicate what t-nc result of I he-  will tie was.  ��������� i. ���������  .S  5.1   75  .    I (1 !.|  -T)  28  00  . Sim:-* no  Tickets present ei I   ni   door .'IS-!, equal    to   S191.   showing-    thai   ;i   number    of   tiekeis    'hud   lu'i'ii   purchased,  but   not   iisimI. ���������*"���������  Expenditures,   nil.  SALT SPRINT' -ISLAM' N*nTI-:s.  The popular .eoinii- .qiera ."The I'i  rales of t'enzanee" was |-ii*esenled at  the public: Hall. Ganges, hy the ju  vonilo opera company, of Xanaimo.  on Monday evening-. The children  performed their pari.;; in n nuimier  that elicited loud applam.e from  the audience. Airs. Or. fiavis. vviio  had the arrangements in hand, cannot be commended too highly for her  work. Alius. L SI law ably presided  at   tbe  piano.  RATTLE OF ELCARWO  IS FOUGl-T P  Mexico, duly IK.���������Today's advices  from Salvador confirms the news of  the bal-thi of Elcnrig-o and the killing- of a number of Salva-dornn  troops under General Cignlado, but  announced a victory gained by Gen  eral   Toledo   by   the   insurgent    forcos  ing you nee.l only pull up the damper  chain  to produco a quick, strong fire, and  enough  hot  air  to  heat  your  house  from   garret to cellar  in a short time.  The "Sunshine" has labor and fuel saving features not  found on any other furnace, You should examine them  before buying.  Sold oy all enterprising dealers.    Booklet free.  MTIaryfc  London,   Toronto,   Montreal,"   Winnipeg,  Vancouver,   St. John,   Hamilton.  The   LadysmtthHardware Co., Sole Agents  Jim THETADYSMITHO VILY LEDGER  ijl ijl ijl ijl ijl 'JHJI ���������$! 1$ '$1 tji fjl -'Jj I J' I J, J sp-tpljfl fJ* 'J' **&*���������**$* 'J1 'J' 'J1 *fJ   BEST AMERICAN & CANADIAN      ���������*������  HAMS&BACONS !  ������20cts, Per Pound I  I I  $  ���������#-*^^--^^*^"^^*^*^**^-*^-M������^-*^^"^^<^  BIC  j*e*2������5'"J"---ie*'^  to  MRS. EMMA "PLETSRXER  Suffered Over Two Years���������Health Was  Jn a Precarious Condition���������Caused  By Pelvic Catarrh.  5mith, Fotos,  'iiiat'i.   \ill  Local iter  \&  Mi    .1,  Ryan   loumeyed up to Nanaimo at noon  today.  Mi.  J. Masters left on  tbe   moin-  jieiatiiic reached i>."i Tins seems to  Lie plenty w.uin enough for icsidwiU  oi  Latl)SiuiUi.  ��������� JiAxND EXULKSIOA.  Tbe jilOunlignt incursion ad\etLis-  e-d lot Satuiua>, July 26tli to Ciol-  toii, will ta������t plan* on Monday, July ililih, lus lead. It appeals tliat  some oi tbe sbotcux-peis tiunw Uial  Saturday excuisi^iih aie deuimeiii.il  to  then  mteitsts,  Uioiefoio,     lalbei  ing'tiain  foi   Crofton,  where he will j (jun zhCLti should Le anj   bad feelmc  be engaged for some  time. m the malic*.,  the iltlnJ iu\e   post  poned the aUo\c i-ieiil  until  Alouclii),  tiie JOtb mst  'Ihe Hand ha\e <Jiarivied the S. S.  Joan lot an -..sciusioii to Vancouver,  on eitliei l-auudaj, x\.ug. 25th ot  Munday,. Sep I dm. If laboi Day  demonstration is in \ lcloria, the exclusion will taM* puce on Aug 23,  n in  Yaucou*. m,   il   will  take    place  Mr. -A. Watts, of Chemamus, is m  Xanaimo today, having left Ladysmith  lor that point  at noon loday.  I      20 Dozen   Boys   Shirt  %  te Waist & Sailor Blouses,  s All colors  i|  | Special 50c,  | |2 Doz. Ladies' Colored  and White li louses���������All  colors���������Up to $?,  Special 50c.  ~-i������������������!���������������������������������������������j    ii inar���������'iiiii  iriitfrrw-ir-r-"~~  5f0 Remnants of Muslin,   Gingham,  Zepliers,  Lustre, .Etc. at  Half Reg Price  r2.~S"3EI  n  & Varte  2 D:z. Fauc\*   &   Leather Belts Reg. 75c.  *OF-  Biouses, Prints! Mens Hats &  Children s Straw Hats  I  To be   sold Regardless of Price We  Vv ill  not carry  over this Stock  Print Blouses, $1.25, now S5c  Piint  Illouses, ,f.l CO, now fific  Children's Straw Hats, -hfiOnow   U  Children's    do, .1.1.00. now   .   .    .7."k-'  Children's    do, 75c, now     .TiOc  Hoy's Canvas Hats, 50c, now...    .35c  Men's Hals, G5c, now    ���������     50c  Men's Hals, "51.25, now     90c  HEALTH AND STRENGTH  RESTORED BY  PE-RU-NA.  Special 25c, li mm. Em  Mi. J. Smith ieturned fiom Wellington this morning, where, he has  been engaged for the past week.  h..* !*&������-.���������   k-MM  Laclie-.'  lats aL  'inunier Straw  Miss "McKinnelley left on the morning  train  for Duncan on a In ii'f  m.  ii.  Monday,  Sept.  old  Mi.   Aichit*     AleKinnon    left     this '  moming  on  an extended  \isit  lo  ic  lames and fnends m  Nova Scolu  Mis II. Carroll is in Xaiiaitno this  allemoon, hiving gone up on the i)  o'clock tiain.  Mis Roiit Gear and children left  this momim* on a month's visit lo  Banfi. whole Mrs G-car will stas  with h"i  sistei, Mrs    T)   Wilson  Mi M. Celle was .*. passeiigei lo  Vicloria this inoiiinig on j sboil ".a-  cation Mi Celle may visit Seattle-  and .-.tlier Sound cities .before letnrn-  mg home.  liev Flora llecknian and IMis S  Good kind, of Tacoma, will deluet a  Iwt'iie un Spiiitiialisni, and gne spirit messages en Sunday, July loth  at 8. p.m., in the ban-:'|uetiing rooms,  Opera House:     Collection at' the .door  None.Better-CapiJal & Nugget Cigars  The Dprcn's Guild of'the Church of  Enblani! intend holding a garden Party on the green on Wednesday evening-, July 25th., the proTCwls of which  ���������will h-e given towards providing the  animal free excursion for the Sunday  school- children.  BAND CONCERT TONIGHT.  The Band will give their twelfth  open-air concert tonight starting at  7 p.m. It will be given on the Green  as it is cooler and more shady than  nn  the Market Square.  .Mr. H. Thornley, who has been ill  for thc past, few days, -while improved, is still unable to resu'nvc iiis du-  t-U'K with Messrs. Simon -Leiser- i1-:  Co. He is in Nanaimo this nfU-r-  nooii, having gone up   at. noon.  Yesterday.. I be l-hcrniometr-rs rcgis-  teretl flu in the afternoon, and at 7  o'clock in the evening stood at !M.  This morning   at   8   o'clock   thc   Iciu-  Minard's Liniment  cures  Cold,  etc.  BABY ETHEL IS A  -UON'STEU INFANT  Bloointieklik's    ot    the borough   ol  Richmond,   othoiwi.se  ki.o.\u  as Sta-  tcn   Island,  .uc   iolay    rejoicing that  they ha\c  in   then   midst one   of  the  'most lemarkaUe  infants on     lecoid,  and   instead  oi   taking   msiiois  to sie  ! the oystei  boats on the  flats,     Uicy  ate  piloted  Lo   the humble home    of  Randolph     Sbolwell,       mut  opposite  ' Uie school house, where baby    Ethel,  although, only   thulccn  months     old,  ] tips the scale at eighty pounds  i    Ethel seems to be  the happiest ba  by on  oaith, at least on  the     iioitb  slioic of   llu-  island       flci  dark eyes  aie always  dancing,  and  she had     a  good-natiued     snub     foi  everybody  She lues  in a  small onc-slory fian.o  house not  fai   fiom  the  post     road,  with her parent'   and   hei  threes ear-  old S'stci Alice      With the   exception  of the  stow in  the  kitchen  and   the  bedsteads -aiid' |,|*,e   -bureau,.. Ethel .is  about  the largest piece of furnishing  in the cottage.  She idisplays- rcuiarka/ble in-telHgeiico  fer a iba-by .of her age. She .seems  to realize she i.s fat, and when her  proud mother ro.-jiicsls her to -jhow  her arm she does .-so with a great  deal of priilt;. T-lw; other afternoon  her mother found her poring over a  jihotograph in a.- nra'.-jazi-tic' and pointing at it saying,, "Goo! tfoo!" It  was an ai'i.-eri.isi'nieut for anti-fat,  and it set Nic neighbors-all ia-iighing.  II is a sight weil worth witnessing to ��������� see . the motliti-rs of Staten island making pilgrimages to the Shot-  w;cll domicile, for the fame df Baby  Ethel, has sprc:i.d'far ami wide. They  crowd around the youngster with exclamations of delight, and the mother is the inn's I envied woman on  ihe north shore. As for the fatliLn*  ���������well, he i,s generally to be round,  early and late down- wilh his' oyster boats. Once or. twice he iias  brought'some-of his comrades, lo'sce,  lbe baby, and the way-iii which,Uicy  fnrc-et oysters and talif about li-abies  is a  puzzle to the neighbors.  "Well, well," says one, ".who'd a'~  thought it? Ran .Shot-well, the father of th;it Hib cb.iick of a bahy!  "Miiiard's   Lininienl cures  Diphtheria  x4s������'f Price I  Waller* & '  Akenhead  PiCNlGLRS /TlENTION  We have    made   anang-cments  to have    a launch leaw     the  wh.irf evei j  houi  iliiiniiig Thins  day  altei noons  and  on     Sun-  tlav\s aftci   10 o'.'lnc!;   in     the  loienoon   f iu   the  tiieen,     and  i-hell bcacb, wheie wc \\j\v os-  lablished   lefieshmeiil    booths  Campeis     wishing    plots    loi  Ienling sir julii apply carU , .i-s  the   camping season  i-. neai ly  hei p  HRS    McKINNHLIXV    hUGH   'IliOKNLEY  ma Fleissner, 1412 Sixth  Ave.. Seattle..Wash., Worthy Treasurer Sons of Temperance, writes.'  "I suffered over two years with lv  regular and painful periods. My health  was In a very precarious condition and  I was anxious to find something to restore my health and strength.  '���������1 was very e lad to try Peruna and  delighted to find that it -was doing me  good. I continued to u=-g it a little over  three mon i hs and found my trou bles removed.  "I consider it a splendid medicine  and shall never be without it, taking a  dose occasionally when I feel run-  down and tired.''  Our files contain thousands of testimonials which Dr. Hartman has received irom grateful, happy women  who havo been restored to health by  his remedy, Peruna.  fad'e's rtton Underwear at Special Value  S1MCNLE1SER&C0 Lid.  SHa������Sr3KS3S33������%S5E?8SaS*.  Mifwwmmwwirwiffnr wwwwM?wwiwn,?ww?������  ^    FRESH SUPPLY' OF���������  | [ai. Mutton, Park, Yeal and Deet 1  1 PICNIC EATABLES |  -4b ������  ^Z are in demand  just now and*   we ure able  lo supply  yo'ir   wants   ������^  --JJ in all  these "dainty   necessities.                                                                  ������sj  <--E ..  -���������   5==>  ^    Old  Church  Dranid, Pork anil   Beans, 3 tins for  ,...;.-  25c    ajC  -^    Lilt-bey's   Veal,  Ham and   Beef Loaf,  per tin     2no   g  ^g     Davies'   Devilled  Harn, 3  fins for  ��������������������������� ��������� '-i*5c   ^  --5   Baraturia  Shrimps,  per   tin ....  -��������������������������������������������� loc    ^  ���������jS    Horse Shoe Brand  Salmon   per tin : .....15c   ������^  ^o   Lunch Bacon,  Pig's Feet,  Bacon,  per   tin     2<k;  ���������^S    C.  & B.   Pickles,  all  kinds    per bottle  35c  ���������J5    Gillard's Sauce, per bottle,    ���������    -">c  ���������=������ and other  tasty  delicacies t'-r niimerot-s t0 mention.  ���������tE    ^ Large Fresh Supply of  Ham Sausage  How much does' it measure about the  bust, Ran?"  "Thirty-three inches," answers the  father, prpuidly, continuing: "The  aim above the elbow measures .1!) Inches; the '.thigh, measures IS inched;  around the knee 12 inches; at the ankle" G inches, and ber height is 3(i  inches."  Naturally it is 'very .-hard to find  suitable clothes and shoes for the  .baby. This warm weather, however,  she looks decidedly cool in a tiny  waist with no sleeves, a short skirt,  and '-.are-footed, ft takes 3 yards o(  cloth to make her a dress, and us  for the shoes, tliey willbave i-o be"  made to order for the coining ^'titer.  When Ethel is cross at night t is  one- case where the father is not ob--  ligod to arise and walk the floor  with the baby. Me couldn't do it,  ���������it would be harder work than  planting oysters. Instead he uses a  small go-cast,  and Ethel get); a ride.  "\lrs. Shotwell was married When  she was only fourteen years old, and  was one of a family of eighteen. Shc-  is a native of Austria. When Ethel  was born, she tipped thc scales at  fourteen pounds. Since then thc bhi-by  ha.s increased daily in size, and has  developed a remarkable capacity for  eating and sleeping. Sometimes she  (���������aIs a whole jwtalo, and besides her  -night sleep the baby takes naps of  two hours' duration each in the moi*n  ing- and afternoon.���������New York Globe-  Commereial.  WANTED���������  the city  get Office.  Cuii'iasser familial    wilh  Apply in person t0 Led-  LAUNCH1NG  PARTIES.  lJai ties wishing to engage a lirst-  duss launch for picnic or excursion  paities at leasoiiable rales should  apply to H. BLAIR, Cecil Motel,  City. Launch may be engaged for the  evening at any time st  WE   HAVE   ON   HAND   SOME  VERY   NICE-  ROLLEOCOkNUD iil-l:!-' .  12  I-2C.  Ill>.    i^  B A.  HOYVfi 3  B MEAT   MARKBT 3  ���������>gia8gatti(BBB5BawgB5a������j*?graBBaBM^  NOTICE.  1 have taken over tbe scavenger "business lately handled by M. Camp-bell  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 &  Adam'; Also any complaint regarding scavenger . work wilt be attended  to if laid at this place.  ROBERT  CALLANDER.  Ladysmith, B.C.  SCREEN DO  j-��������� -��������� i- - -  We offer all sizes in Screen Doors, complete with  Hinges, Etc, Fir  $1.50    EACH  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  -������������������������������������������������������>���������<������������������..���������..���������������������������  Qet Your-  t.  t  EXAMINER  NEW YORK WORLD  ���������AND���������  HEW YORK JOURNAL  ���������AT-  HI  I'M  W. Q. 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