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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jul 18, 1906

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 ��������� .ti-1 U&t.J I. W i+rxMTatozm. .*..iw  gufwa^TT-yjaasatf'ass. j  ��������� A*, *-_Lv  f ������ f.  :/  VOL.,*  WEDNESDAY, July 18, 1906  PRICK FIVE CENTS  ^ ���������-.i    >���������  STRAfKBOY  NEiRU HAD a  Strathroy, Ont., July 18���������Yes'cr-  day morning about 9 o'clock little  Williston Ivor, daughter ot Pranli  Ivor, about nine years of age, was  coming down town and when crossing the. Fourth line'bridge was stop-  pt'd by a man .sitting on the railing.  After talking to her a fe'w minutes,  he produced a small .bottle fiom his'-  pockf/t and forced hvr to take a part  of the urn Ion Is, telling her if sho  made any o.ucry he would   kill   her.  mm BB8THER  OFCl  .ilk IriiMt  Kingston, Ont., July IS. ��������� Sandy  JJadore, who is now serving a fourteen year term in tlic penitentiary  for shooting and robbing a Syrian  pedlar, claims that two young men  who disappeared about a year ago,  and who were isupposed to have been  ill owned in Sharbot lake, were nun-  di-red by his brother Charles, ami  their bodies buried after ibeing strip  ped of all valuables. The man whu  is making this terrible charm; against  BOTH WOMEN  WILL ASK FOR  ihe Seattle "F.-l." says: Both Es-  1MB. HOY SUES  fOR mum  in m mm   m^m   'lhe , loi lowing is tal>.en from Ike  th.'r Mitchell and Mrs. Crefeld intend 'Auckland Wee.Jy News, published in  iu ask the court for an attorney ;ls 'lNew inland, iiii..| will ,be read with  .soon as the opportunity presents it- llll^t- by Lad-.smith people, as An'.  self,    but     neithix    will attempt-   lo  ANOTHER STEAMEB  TO MOVE THi  ISLAND FREIGHT  mm arrives  (OR 6,000 TONS  OF CO/1  jnalije thc insanity plea, aceoiding lu  lhe statement made by both women  jester-day. vUien asked ior a slate-  uiuifc as to her future intentions >e:>  in day, airs. Crefeld spoke more ihuji  sue has     for    some .time and frcelr  aiid Mis. Hoy resided licie fui bonn.  lime, engaged in eoiidueliiig ;i bal*.ci*v  business '0u Hist Avenue. The ar-  licie is .is follows:  ������������������ "'i'he Chief Justice gave judgment  at Wellington on SaUuday in Uncase'of Hoy   vs.  Uoj,   petition     loi  'i'he big Collier Titania arrived    in,  port  this afternoon and .will load   .it  once.   . She'   will    lake in   the neigh-  ���������orhood  of-six thousand tons  of eo il  to 'Frisco:   -      -    , ���������"  'i'he Colonist of today, says*. Capt.  Otto liuckhollz, despite the fact that  h(- .so indignantly denied his project,  wilh Air. Hewitt, formerly chief engineer oi  the Thistle,  is how on his  ivay   lo   Liverpool   to  select  a    suit-  , , , :  ,       Tugs  CJayburn and   Cascade are  m  aide  steamer tor   a company   lorn.*!   x{ ^  f^,  ^.^ todav  ^ f ,,  to  operate    a   Ireiglil   and  passeiigei  strainer    ou    tho    Vancouver  lslaii.d  coast,   wJiere su  much  addit onal   m  his brotlier states that a cvrtaU, wo-   ^f"*1 u"> questions of a reporte.  He then carried     hey     .beneath tho i ��������� ������������������-  ������������������������������ u ..-.������.... ...,-   L      ^ |Ji0j^)nW.ii;lCe CiJ,.  hrklge and  no doubt intended  to ra-���������*���������������������"������ w k������������ ������ocU. coiiul.y has knows . "..-^ ^^      ������������J     ��������� C||t raisal Uie n",.e.stion that the court  v'������h her,  ijii'l,  fortunately, a grocer's j ledge of both murders. ��������� '          rig, appeared, driving over the bridge,  judicial separation.    On a   motion tu   dusiry is ccteniplated.    Five steam-  dismiss  tlie petition,   lhe co-respond-   ers. are  to be  inspected and  Captain  liiiciJioitz   will select tiie most suit-  which frigihLeneil the man, who ran  out. The little girl jumped up and  ran towards the town' to her grandfather's; where she fell exhausted on  the lawn.  Tho alarm ' was given and tlie police arrested a man in JMcore's barber shop ah he was about to have a  month's growth of heard1 removed.  He admitted his guilt and was sent  to London at one o'clock. Thci news  soon spread around the (own, and  there was great excitement i'or a  time. It was cx-'ieoted be would  have a hearing nt-fore Police Magistrate Noble-before goin������i io London  and the crowd had a rope icady to  lynch the man as soon as a chance  offered. I i  POLlOid  ON  STUHCI-J.  St. Petersburg,'.iui.v I 7.���������Considerable alarm has Un n caused by, the in  auguration   oi a Mrii-.e'-oi' police here  , ihe. court for an attorj������ey as soon as  1 ihe,opportunity presents itself," said  Mrs. Crefeld yesterday, ''a'Uiough we  j will try to,escape the excuse oi  i pleading insanity."  'Mow do joa    feel now that   .Mit-  ln  two   disti-iols    oi'   llu-   Cai������itnl   to-)���������.���������n  ic, ,,,,,,,',,,  , .,��������� - ,    ,  /e.iell is dead.'" she  was askod.  day tho policum. n  u-i'i;.st.()    1<> ������p|n-a>-      .'n,'������.i/    i "i*������..i       , ..^������  j    ������������������  , - ,     neii, iieoi a gieax deal more re-  lor duty, anu  I.im    ...giu   one   ������tl,iail ']icv<.(J) nol y^,^ Mit<diell was .MU- .wousl>''  lla(1 ]yCoa ^^ alongside one  had no jurisdiction to entertain the  suit, on the ground that neither parly wus resident or domiciled in Mew  /.eaiand at the. time the proceedings  commiinced. The petitioner was cooi.  on the Uritish sliip SardJiana, which  al tlie time of the institution of Uiu  of the suit, and for some time   plc-  whose captain  \va:. li'ituriii^ilhoiii  on  declining       io   brtal.    up  a   motiing  throw clown   I heir amid   nn'i  lei'l.  the  station.  The strike is ("--loiisilily hnserl on  economic reasons, iiichnliiig an ac-  coimtiny oi* the inon's savinys which  it, is claiineil are wilhhi'lil without,  interest. The anthoi H ies. however,  declare that lhe hlii:.e v.-fis inspired  by agitators.  ICELANDERS  FORSKEENA  A Vancouver despatch nays: A targe  Icelandic colony -will sborl/ly be located on one of the islands at the  mouth of (lie Skeena Hi ver. The exact ^oc.af.ion ha*", not yet been choseu  and the name of the island is, by request,   withheld   for ohviioiis  reasons.  Hans  Hansen    will    leave, for    the.  North  on   August 1st with  a    party  to irt\icsli.;KLt������i the ul is I ric I ami decide  upon  a  suitable site  for   the colony,  It is  hoped  to  be able, to secure .the  land in adjacent, sections, ,|,ut,  if n0L,  as  nvany   as   possible, will   be  located  in one   plae,c..     I-fc estimates that tho,  population, of (he colony  wi'llbc 350,.  when  the   first  draft';of.'..settlers.- arrive, to be largely increased; ns .so-on  as conditions warrant it'.  The in ten'I .ion is to di vido the tinib  SHOT HiS -  COMPANION  Ottawa, .July IS,���������A i the v ill ago  Ol l-Iaaimi.in'., cn t-io t'.'i'.R. short  line ahotit twenty mi lies from Ottawa, E. Da'moar, age:! Li, shot and  seriously v. 01 n-ried Rartslimi 'iherien-  a playmate. 'ihe |,oys weie shooting wood',.eelor.; with a revolvpr. Tho  Damour  lud   was ���������crepvin.. *down    tho |bJle nuudci"*"'  ed, but because my husband's death  was avenged. During the trial o.  tJeorge'Miiiejiell 1 became a-ware.lhai  public sympathy was with him and  lhe verdict of tlic jury came as no  surprise to me. During the trial i  was unable to sleep nights and would  often pace tlie floor ia the nudidlc ol  the night, thinking of tlie dewl aim  that the murderer would ev,ade pun  ishment. It cost m������ much more i0  Jet Esther do the deed than if 1 did  it myself, for I didn't know whetlici  ���������die would accomplish it as saitisfac  torily as 1  would." .  "Weren't you afraid of' violence alter the murder was committed?"  "Well, yes, 1 feared that someone  would attcin.pt to kill either Esther  or myself, or maybe both of us, but  I, for one, was perfectly willing t(J  take the consciences a.s I had , an-  ticipakd-them.before"    *��������� '���������''  "Where were, you .before- you telephoned  to     Chief Wanpensteiii    aftei  side of a icncj lu s'loot at a bird,  when -Therien laughed at Jiim. Tho  former wheeled round, and pointing  Uie revolver towards Therien, said:  "I'll shoo I you." Therien droppid  to the giound with a bullet in his  rtgliL bne-aisl.. if .blood poisoning  do ex not set in, he may 'i'rec'ov'er..  rim*::'social-ist. leadfai...  McGregor    hall. Twas well   crowds  last*,SatJidiiy   cvoiiino:  to  lisien     to  . ..^   ,���������.v,���������������������������,   m   do .uiv.iuo   rio Hill'.!    ia.No-'-i-^uulii.uiiy ��������� evening- lo   lisien       IO  ���������hetww.li farming anil; fishing.-Iceland- J Mr. J, ,11. iiawthoiMilhwaite, M.i'.l.',  . ers.. are ."adept's at ho Ih.these industries, and present one of the 'highest- types qf -immigrants. In their is-  ia/id home l.hey labor under.'.natural  conditions so harsh that the mild  elimate and rich. lands of tills --"coast  come almost as a';'reflation'.' The lo-  ��������� cation chosen is an ideal one. It is  adjacent to,:enormous;.halibut" and c0d  banks, e/mal to any Part of the  world, and is within icasy -dista-nce of  nivi.ny "of the. canneries that dot tho  N-aas��������� and Skeena. -.''.Scarcity, of. competent labor has cvcn!. now-ibeen hit-  in the dislricl, and as the fishing j,,.;  dustry increases the- presence of .tho  colony   will, he a  great help to     the  dinners am| other employers who will  locate there. Wherever Icelanders  have gone into Canada f,i.-*- hav������  j>rdv.ed   theinselves industrious and ie-  ��������� liable,   nnd   the  new  colony   will     bo  hailed   with  .satisfaction   by  the"   pp.j  pie of  Essington  and Port Simpson,  An    iipplicalion      will,  it is undei:-  stood, be inado to the provincial er v-  of Najiaiino, and leader of the socialist party 0i the- province.;.:'- Thos.  E. Kelly acted as ehairnuvn of the  meeting and introducod tlw speaker.  Mr. Haw thorn Ui wait e. i,s ,a rapid and  somewhat brilliant,' speaker. At times  he was cool and "again at times he  pawed the -air���������' and ,becamc spasmodio  He would hiC Lieu tenant-Governor-  Buiisiiiuir a rap, then the "beef trust,  then "John D. Kockefeller, then the  Liberal government aad then tlie Con  servative government. He played'-'no'  favorites and all were grist for hi*  muck rake. But'as to the real question of socialism and its proposed  remedy for the industrial and class  evils of the present day he was not  at all clear, and those who went to  hear au educational speech wi-ro  doomed to disappointment. ��������� Moyio  Leader.  CKANiJROOK MINING MEN.  John  Leaslc,  D..  A.  McDonald,    C.  ii. McDonald, and     John McDonald,  eminent  for a temporary  reserve   of/all of Cranbrook,  were in this   week  lhe. lands picked out. This will cn-  ..able necessary ari'imgemcnts to lo  made r,,r hringinn- out the new net'  tiers. ,\o effort will be made to  Jaiid them in |,bi.s province in a body. A dii/cii or so families will  r-oim- at lirst, t,,-, be followed hy the  others ns soon as "adojuate prepara-  ���������f.ions have hewi made for their reception.  Mr. Hansen had groat success in a  similar project before. He carried  out the same idea in the vicinity ()\  niaine, Wash., and his-colonies (."hero  are considered a great acquisition to  the,population. Tw0 0r three mem-  h>'r.s" of the former party arc associated with him in bis present enterprise, and it is expected thei'i  luiowledge of En-glisli manners ami  customs will prove invaluable to  their newly arriving/ coun try men.  Montreal, .Inly 17.--I .m ell'.; directory for the pivsenl y,.;u- csl-inialcs  the population of M'oni ivnl at -105,-  000, of' which a5'-'.0im rc-i-.ido in 11"  city and   53,000  in  thc -suburbs.  looking over the Mabel mineral claim  on Goat Mountain. Mr. Leaslc owns  an interest In the claim '������*.<! brought  the other gentlemen to examine Uio  property prior ��������� to entering into negotiations with them for the sale oi  it. Messrs. McDonald are well pleased with the Mabel as far as they  have s*jn it, and it is likely that  (.hey will lake it over from the present owners.  Mr- Leaslc is an enthusiastic believer iu the brilliant future that is  iu store, for the Canihorine camp, and  stated that if this deal materialized  he would devote the proceeds in developing the Big Showing, also situated on Goat mountain, and he  would be quite justified in doing sn  as he felt thali that property, with  its massive showing of silver-lead  galena, was destined to be one of the  biggest mines in the camp. Mr.  Leask has been interested in mining  for many years and he is well in-  :onned on the subject, and in view  of this fact his opinion is worthy of  note.  i "I was at the Lakevicw cemetery  on Capitol hill, wlierel visited my  husband's grave. I remained there  for about an hour, and then returned to the grocery store and tele-  phoned -the cli ef."  "If you are from the I^ost-lnt-elli-  gonapr, will you please deny the report in the.evening Papers, that 1  mentioned the. name of .''Joshua,' to  their reporter?" was the request  made by Esther Mitchell.  The evening papers also said that  J. said that 1 killed my ..brother"'be-',  cause t was-'commanded by God to  ilo so. That is wrong," and she  loo.'.ed up smiling. "I did. it because  he ruined my character." ^  ^ "L don't want' to say anything  about it," she.said, referring to tin  murder, "but I would like to see my  brothers before Uiey lea,ve.  "I haven't anything against Pernor Fred, and would be glad to bar  them visit me. I'd like to see tlie  papers and ������nd out what they had  to say about this," she concluded,-.  "hut tlie officers won't let me,"  THE SITUATION  IN MANILLA  -������������������*4-**-r- '  iVliinilta, .J.ulj 17.��������� Tho choh-ru sii-  uation ha.s great ly improved. Twelve case's nnil iiimi <le;it lis wore reported during flic- past twenty-foui  hours. The licallh binvaii ul'iers 'fiv<-  vai'cinnt ion to pivvoni i lie spread ul  the disi'aso. A lest inaile of tlie v ne  cine sinee I In! out break i������f I lie 'lis  ease Shows Ihtil. il aeis as un uh'  solute preventive.  Of lbe iniin.v natives in the infected  ilistricts, who hail been I rented with  tho virus, none developed Iho disease. All the health oltlcials were  vaccinated and none hns developed  the disease. The vaccine Tins- bjeen pre  pared at the governnnent lahralory  in this eil.v.  Lieu tenant    Cost.ello of the const'ab  ui the jentie.s   in Welliiigiton liar,hor  .ifcsponident is his  wife, and  the   co-  ���������espondent is tlie captain of tiie ship.  . etitioner  and  respondent said     His  .lonor iii gi\i������g jmdgment, were both  it  board  the     ship  at the  time   at  ..hiclt   , 'it  was alleged tliat aduitory  i-ok place, and the captain also (was  on  board  the vessel.    Petitioner  and  ..'spondent were married in America,  <ind   aftCLwards    liv,ed in  Vancouver,  and in Ladyamith, in the province oi  i.riUsli Colunnbia, in the Dominion of  Canada.    They joined the ship at the  port    of  Chemaiiius,    British Columbia,     'Ihey  shipped as belonging     to  British Columbia,' and of British nationality.        It was clear,  therefore,  that  the domicile of petitioner    was  not. Ihat  of New  Zealand,  and     the  ���������questiontwas whether, seeing that the  suit was not for divorce, but for,' dustries pi ejected are an additional  judicial ���������sepatation only and danituges'sawmill lo be established, at-M������s}.j-ul  from co-ntspoudcjit, ;there was juiis-io UacLor in Ciao-^uot sound, a sec-  dictiou in tl������; court to hear it. If oml whaling station at Ezperatiiaia-  the suit,had been for divorce it was let and a cedar mill near. New Al-  abundaittly plain that there would bemi. Work is expected to corn-  have .hceu no jurisdiction, in t,be court mence on these, three projects .within  to entertain it. In this ease the al- a short time, and the steamer Tees,  ieged matrimonial ollence was coin- the regular sleameer in the service  nutted .in Wellington. 11 was true on the Island coast, will not be able  that the parties were, not domiciled to cope with the increased business,  in New Zealand'. Petitioner and his 'lhe movement of freight to the is-  wife, were,-.however, haviing been'paid land coast is increasing rapidly. Yes-  o(T the ship, resident iu New Z������a-' berday Capt. Balcoui 0f the Pacific  land, and, as-petitioner only sought''steam whaling Coiu'pany was seeking  separation. His Honor ruled that' to secure tlic steamer Otter to "cart-he Court had Power to lentertaiii the 'ry a full cargo of coal, to the Se-  suit. - The motion to dismiss the !chart station and ibring back a big  petiition would be dismissed', with ������f> 's'hijinvont of whale oil, bone'and fer-  5s costi. tiii/.cr.     The,necessities of the    Sc-  ehart station, he said, would keep a  steamer of the'szeof the ��������� Otter 'constantly employed, and when the new  station is established/ at Nootka  sound, the shipment will be'mora  than doubled.  LL S. PRIVATE  ACCIDENTLY DROWNED  Tug   I-'lyer brought  iu a f.cow f!,i,  'orenoon, and is  loading at  ihe  wharf.  #    ���������    ���������  A tug from New Westminster, l.i,t  ���������vening brought over a scowload oi  liinvber, '170,0(;0' feet, for the S. .-:.  Elteric. This leaver, two more scow;  ��������� o bring over before the steam, i'..  .tad is completed, and she expats  io get away al.out Saturday evening  noxi. Part of Iter crew arrived from  .Slotland on the S.S. Joan last evening*  able without delay, in fact, it is expected tliat Capt. Buekholt/, and tho  chief engineer, with -a crew secured  in England, will start Irom Livci<-  pool within ikree weeks iiom date cn  route lo Victoria iwilh ,the vessel.  lliioe of the s!.earacrs to be inspect-  td are at LLerpool. lt is expected  that a viessel wlticii has capacity for  oil jiasseiigers and -100 tons of cargo, wilh a speed of twelve knots  will Le the steamer selected as this  vessel was looked upon with most  nivor when the captain and engineer  left Victoria for Liverpool a week  ago. The steamer is about tlie si/.u  ol tlie steamer Tees, and is a steel  v essel.  Koi sotno lime pa*>t the C.P.li. has  been occasionally operating a double  service on lhe west coast oi Vancouver Island,  the sieamer  Otter   being  Constantly  in service in addition   to !i   -,  . ~��������� ���������      .   ., xT  ,,     n, , ,        r ,       , ,u-lSS boen    -"Jnmg between   Nanawno  thu   lees,   to carrv  barrels, cpal and ' ,-,       .  general  supplies  to the  whaliag sla- :il,d Seattle' maAe ,ler last trip   for  Him and freight, tor other   companies ,f,<i P1^^ on  Tuesday  last.     Il, is  operating  ou    the Vancouver   Island thought     that    owing to insufficient  io..sl are expected  to   ae trehied   m tr.iJfic,   the steamer has   been    tafcrn  the near   future,   if not increased   to ������n'  the  route    untdl  an   ijierease    in  i greater exttnt.   Among the new in t'ade warrants the vessel running.  \ telephone message from Nanaimo  (his "afternoon states that the S. S.  ( banner, which brought over the  Sew Westminster picnicers today,  w ,s loaded with passengers, there  only lieing standing room for many,  'i his afterr.ocn the Westminster peo-  j.lij are enjoying themselves immens-j-  lv.  The Waialeale,  tiie steamer     which  *T������  RUSSIAN   ARMY  INVESTIGATED'  'St. Petersburg. ..Tuly".'.17���������'  Thc .'Twentieth Century, formerly  the Russ, today claims that tlie reports submitted hy -the commission  of t ho . g-ener.a I st all' on the invest i-  g-aUon of the ilisalTcction in Hie  army thus far show that, six guard  regiments, twent.y-six line, seven eav-  alrv, six artillery and live sapper  regiments are more or less nlTc-ciod  by the revolutionary propog-auda.  ��������� .���������o   PROTESTANTS  TO UNITE  Private U. Lonsdale ol* the Sixteenth United States Infantry was  aecodentally drowned in the V'asig  river near Manilla on July 15. He  fell overboard from a launch while  on  his way  to camp MeKinley.  .I-T-'.AU THAT COUGAR  CAiRRIED   BOY   AWAY  . Toronto, July 1.7.���������All parts of the  lCmpire was in attendamo yesterday  at the opening of tin.' fourteenth tri-  eiinal session ui' the Iui|ierinl ll raiul  Coimeil of Driiiig-emen ul' ihe World.  The ulTt.'rnoon was devuli-d tu speeeb  es. Dr.       Spioule,   Al.   I'..      (.irund  Master ol' Mritisli .Vi.rlli Auierien,  urged that they shoiihl hnvi: a  strong Protest nut l-V-ileral ion, euni  posed of nol only Orange organi/n-  I ions, but of all I'rolestanl organizations and Protestant elm relies. .Mr  McFnddcii of Mnnitobn. reported gootl  progress of the order in the far west,  Rev. Mr. Lemon reported I'or the  United States, and Rev. G. M. JUacl-j  of lrelnnd. for the land of I ho Sham  rock.  ulary   reports    that   on   July  lol'h   he  had a fiylii wilh l.a drones under Pan H.-.R. Talbot,'a lieutenant . in, tin  letoii N'illafuerie at Casiguran, in eonstabiilarl.v with six men. desert  the province of A|.in\. Luzon. Villn. ed at. lloilo 01.1 the island of l'anay  fuerte was killed during the fight, lo Gnimaras, where they slarled on  and four ritles together wilh much ���������fin aimless ehase over the country,  ammunition       was   captured. The . A detachment,  of const a-bulnrly     pur-  provincial treasurer was arrested and s,lwl 'he deserters and captured T.t.  held prisoner nt Casiguran a waiting . Talbot, who. it was found, was out  orders from the insular authorities. ot' his mind. The men who went  Viiiofiioi-t.*    was  a  brother   of     Lad-   with him were dismissed from the set-  r������ne leader captured some   time ago.: vice.  Walla Walla, duly IS.���������Cecil Britain, (lie four-ycar-dld son of Robert  L. Hritain, of this city, is lost in  lhe mountains near tlie toll gate in  Oregon, and it is feared that he. was  carried away hy  wild animals.  Bloodhounds were taken from tlie  penitentiary last night, and a large  searching party has .been at work  today, twit no trace of the boy has  been found'. Each 'time the do,gs are  star led they lead the searchers to a  deserted sheep camp ahotit a mile and  a half from ''the summer camp and  refuse to go any further. Three  trials were made today with this result.  There are about 100 men searching  at present, and ahout 100 more will  join them in the morning. The boy  wandered away from the camp about  noon Sunday and his absence, was  not noticed until late in the evening.'  A search was made, Jbut as nothing  was found, word was sent to this  ci'iy ���������  Tbe father secured two bloodhound's  from the penitentiary, and together  with George Maxwell, a prison guard  left last night. It was thought, at  lirst that the boy had drowned, but  the fear now is that a cougar carried him q2..  TYEE GUN  CLUB SHOOT  <���������������%   The rasuU  of  the Tyee Gun     Chih  s.h. ot  last enening, was as follows:  Oo. Hepplo    i  .-n  '1.  White  ,  20  w- Miiis .....; it,  IL   Wright  i?  J.  McDonald  lf>  There only remains onw shoot before the winner of the medal' is. de  e'larod, and it looks as if Mr. Hopple will come out an easy winner.  At present he leads by five birds ;  Mr. H; Wright being second. Out oi  a possible 225, Mir. Hepple has secured 164, while Mr. Wright has 15!)'  to his credit.   o   AMERICAN &IRL   IS  THROWN IN   JAIL  Havana, July 18.���������American residents of the Isle of Pine* are excited over the imprisonment in the com  mon jail at Neuva Gerona, of Miss  .Millie l'.r0W'n, 19 years of age; L. C.  Giltner, postmaster of the town of  Colunibia, and William Augustine, all  Americans. The three, for their own  instruction and amusement, had constructed a toy telegraph line 1,800  feet long, strung from -Giltner's store  lo the residence of the other two.'  They were arrested without warning  charged with violating an old military order prohibiting other than  government telegraph lines, tried by  a newly appointed judge and scn-  li'i-ced jointly io Pay '''���������500 fine or to.  a joint term of imprisonment of 100  days.  All refused to submit to the payment of the fine and were taken to  ..ail to'serve, thirty three days each,  /li.. jail has no accommodations for'  leinale prisoners. Tiie Cuban government has no report of the incident, which is reported by Americans  who have arrived from the Isle of  Pines,  THE  COAL   AND   COKE   OUTPUT.  The  output of  coal  at  the  C.P.N.  C.   Co. ',s  uwiies for  the week   ending  Friday,  July  fi,   wa|'  as follows:  Tons  Coal  Creek     55,01!)  Michel       36,300  Total    91,325  The coke production for  the month  ��������� i   .June was as  follows:  Keinie .  Michel  .  Total  ������*���������'*-���������*.,������������������'M-%JT|  lJ,ni.':.  10,543  ..._ 21,586  Tons THE LADrSMITH OAILTLEDGEK  THC DAILY LEDGER  Published' every   day   except Sunday  -BY���������  'I 1 IE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One  Year (In advance)   $5.00  One Month  _ ... ...... .'.. 50 cents  WEDNESDAY  July   18,   1906  i������f,*^-*fl^*"-"-^^  No other travel-took tells as  much, about    tlie.   Great Northern as  Wonderland 1906  STANDARD   OIL.  (.Associated Press)  .ilovelanf, July 17.���������The Federal  (.'rand jury which has been in session  hct-o, i-avestig-aLiiig alleged violations  of iho Interstate Connnei .*������������������ M\v-, and  .niti-rebate Jaws, iwljouriiod lolla.v  vv itliout bringing- in uiij iiHin'ijneiit.s  The investigation vva.s iluvt led par-  l iculurly to war, tho ttwiiitlui-d Di!  Company and the Lake Slooe iinil-  vva.v, mid was lhe ro.sull of t(.*-.'imonW  of vvilnessi-s belore Uie iiili-. .������������������ tnl e  coiiunerco coimnissionor.s hc;v recently, in which il wus allene,! ivhtile.s  by the Luke shore in I'avoi of lhe  Slandfird Oi! I'.jm/innv ha / /���������������������������'������������������l aiv  en.  Its chapters deal with Puget Sound, the Colum>bia River, the Quc-  niut Indians, the Bitterroot R.amgc of Montana, lhe Yellowst- nu  National Park.  SEN������    IT     TO    YOUR    EASTERN    FRIENDS  There's nothing belter as a gu ide fo the splendid counlry betwce������i  ihe Mississippi and the tide w aters of the Pacific. Smd siv. cents"  for a copy, or send the six cents with the address of the friend  to whom "Wonderland  LOOG"    is to be mailed to  A. M. CLELAND, Gen. Pass'gr Agent, ST. PAUL,  !Uin i.  (Northern Pacific Railway  K-i   Three Trains Daily in each di rcction! between St.  Paul, -Al intuwvo-  H   lis,  Duluth  and  Supeiior,  and    the Great Pacific- North west.  Try a Province Cigar.  SAVED HIS COMRADE'S LIFE.  "While returning from ihe Grand  Army Encampment 'at Washington  City, a comrade from Ml^in, 111., w^s  taken with cholera morb is and was  in a critical conditi> n." t.ays Air.  Moi.ghlaiid, of i-'liion,- Iowa.  "I gave him Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Dianhoea Rcinwly ami  believe saved his life. J have been  engaged for ten years in immigUilion  work and conducted many parliis to  the tsoulh anil west. 1 always carry this remeuy and have used il suc-  ce&sfulfy on ninny oec.is-ltiiis-.*' Soil  bv Ladysmith  I'h.irin.-.cv.  '���������*  loimalt   & Nanaiitifi Egiiway  P  miles south of \\a I hi Walla yublordux  there   vvns   hordl.v  ai'ieniooo    nnd   is   losi    m   the  nioiiii  I  nnd   is   lost  I inn.  Se.u-ehiiig ji.irUes uiado ui> Liy  ciiiiiper.s in Lh.il vicinil.v, liunU-d  all   nig-hl   without   .success,    nnd   il    i.s  i   lioni    in   sight  from the iiioiilh of lhe j-iver, nnd  such a lu'g'li sea was limiting that l'cv-|  bouts had reached I lie i iver lo'noon  today.    The   wen I her   vvns   so  Miiiard's  Liniment cures  Cold, cti  NOTICE  ii      -���������-  km  hip schedule:  EFFECTTV E JULY,  IS.  Si":  ii        5.1   w  ���������^  Sai .  fiom  Lad. s j i I li  for Vancouvci  every Tm-nLy al  li o'clock a.m  Sails  from  Vancouver fi<u Lad,smilh every' M/-nthiy    nnd-   Tticsd.iv   at  1:30 ji.' m. ^  Geo, lv. Courti te  JS Government  St., Victoria, I'.O  Notice  is ,11,'rehy  given   Ihat  1    in-  lend   to  apply   m   the   Hoard  of    Li-  e ' censing Commissioners of the City of  loured     lhe   bov    Has   fallen    a   victim | las!   nigh.'   that  some  fears  wore  ex-   Lft(lysmiln|   at   u   nCxt  sitUl)fii   for  a   c   RECOMMEND LAWYER  A R It EST  (.Associated Press)  \uvv York, .July 17.���������The coroners'  jury in the ca.se of Mrs. Alice Kin-  an, who was murdc-red at hei* home  m the l'roux on June'8, tonight, returned a verdict Lo tho effect that  Uie murder was com nutted by tome,  person or persons unknown. They  recojinmeiidu-d ihat Burton W. Oih-  .son, the lawyer, who ha.s figured m  llu; case, bo hold for examination  by tho grand jury. Coroner "McDonald held him on  .?"2,;"00 bail.  uanu.pressed    (hat   u    miinher of drowning  to   couytii.s. 'J'he   pennem iar.v  with    bloodhounds     loll     lor      camp j accidents    in:i\   h.i*-/ occurred  among  tail niglit to  assist   m  the search.      | tj,(J ,-,,,,_.���������   u-i, *,.-.,   u-(.(1t out.   T���������'                          The  salmoii-!ishin<i season   on    thc  OUT'OX   STRIKE.  (Associated   Press)  Montreal, July 17���������A number of  the Montreal mills oi tho Dominion  To.Wilo Co., have gone out on  strike in sympathy with workmen  in Magog mills. The situation al  the hitter place remains* unchanged  Tho men refuse to accept torn is offered by company, which were that  spinners should make individual .-.et-  llemonts wilh their respective superintendent. Meetings are being held  daily, but so far there lias been no  disorder.   o   AMATEUR REG ATTA.  (.Associated Press)  Xclson, J3. C, July 3 0.���������Thc fifteenth annual i-eg-atta of the "North  Pacific Association of Amateur Oars  men will be held at -Nelson, 11. C,  July 27 and-"2S. The NcIsom. 13oi.it  Club has appointed a nuniber of  strong committees to carry out tho  arrangements f. . the races and thc.  reception and .-entertainment' of the  visiting- crews from Portland, Vancouver and Victoria. So 'far. the  Vancouver contestants have,noL been  chosen, but Portland has selected its  represent a lives for senior and junior  doubles and senior and junior single  sculls. The big senior four oT the  ���������James Bay Athletic Association probably will be the. only oarsmen from  Victoria, to row at Nelson, alt'hough  ���������it is hoped that, a junior 'four -may  be got togother. Nelson will hove  f'ntries in the senior and junior fours  and will hold also a series of club  races in which ladies will compete  as well as men. The fair sex have  entered for canoe and skiff events.  AiARJJL Ei 1EAD L EAVES  I'OR SAN .)OS'<:  (Associated Press)  Lalibertii.i, Salvador, J illy 17.���������  The 'United Stales < miser Marble-  head, Capi. itiiliaiu T. Mulligan,  Will Jea\ e lomoiio.v irom San Jui>u  Ciiateniala Willi lJit.- .'vnieric.ui j'vliu-  Jster Win- J,, .liei ry, and the peace  ioiiimi!->.sionei ���������*> i������ hulvuiloi- and Honduras abo.uo. The American uuois-  ter also J'epi'e.-M'ill s Aicarag-ua and  Cosla Rica, n*. in.rmis.sion ol the authorities at Wasbiogion. At San  Jose tho peace coiuou.sbiouois irom  GuatemaJa, Ihe Clwrge de Affairs of  thc bailed tslate.s, and tho Mexaan  Minister will l.e leceived on board  the ci ui.sei, aim a treaty of peace be  tween the warring lli-publu-s will ho  drawn up and signed ou tile high  .sea.s. Aller le.tv ing I Jio part-iut. from  (iuatuniata ;i I S;ui .lo.se Dlio -Marblo-  Jiead w-ill ruiiiru i o Ac*ijula vvii b  Mini.stei- jvb'ir.v   and  his  associates.  An aiMiiis'icc bei woon lliiaicniiilti  i.md Salvador is ;irrang*<*d for d.iy-  iight tomorrow when the lighting  will cease, 'the Marble-head after accomplishing her mis.sioii "will await  orders at    Acajula.  season on  f.'raser River is now in full swing,  and while there is a largo number  of fishermen working out. on the.  river several canneries arc experiencing a short ago of Chinese labor in  -���������hiir   parking   depart meats.  Pur a cool, refreshing*���������  T H  ���������*  transfer from myself to Hanry Ulair  of the license to sell spirituous and  fermented liquors on lot three ('.'>),  Block twenty-six (20), on the premises known as the Cecil IScvtel, situated on First Avenue in Uie city ol  Ladysmith, B.C.,  Dated this 15th   day   of June,    A.  D.   190C.  GEORGE HANNAY.  By his Attorney in fact,  Ilenry Reifel.  During the Summer  Months Call on   THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Pailors,  etc.,    High Street  SunliKlit Soar is better til an other soaps, but  s '.est when used in.tlie Sunliciit way.  Ifiiy.'i'i .ill flit -S;i i? uri.l :<>llovv [lirnotions  Union iitado-Capital & Nugget'Cigars  SALMON; hMSI-HNG'-���������"-. ">   --y --.--.-^.- -'  '���������'"'I "   ,:   IN FULL SWING  Vancouver. July' .17.���������All lhe canneries 'operating- on the Fraser "River  sent all their boats out on. Sunday  liight at G o'clock, but. such' high  sens, were running- oil' lhe sandheads  and such a .strong- wind blowing-from  the west that many fishermen' turned back. Those who pushed out of  the river were forced fo run by  shore as the v.inil',stil'l'enod into a  g-ale last  night.  When   daylight,   broke   this      inorn-  DAY  SCHOOL  Usual  subjects   taught,   also      language-"    drawins--   in   pencil  and crayons,  paint ng  in   oils  and   water coirs, pianoforte ami vocal lessons giv-  n  i'ii classes or  individually  MISS  RER'TRAM,      Ladysmith, B.C  RAYMOND  &  SONS  ��������� Dealers  in���������  Lime,   Plaster  Paris,    Prick;  Q ^ Icire Prick  and   Vancouver is-  M '���������land cement.  h   .3 Pandora St.  Victoria B.C.  sktt&mmm������mmm?w&2*mmm no 2ni av#., .sect-tic.  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  ; Wall Papers  on J. E. Smith,  House and Sign Paintci  Are Ton dolnf fast?  Tkea h������ inn yo������r tickets tt%4 ih  th*   ;  North Western line  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS witfc th<  through train* from the Pacifl.  Com������.  THE SHORTFST LINE, TV  FINEST TRAINS, THE, LOWES"  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST,   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT\  and ALL POINTS EASf.  For complete information  ask y-  local agent or write.  F. W. PARKER  General   *'***���������  $  1  Ticket "and -I-'retgh't^ Office;   7',  Governine'rit Street.  Transcontinental  4  Trains Daily,   ;_i  The New Train ,  ORIENTAL LIMITED  Tbe Train of  Ease,   Elegance, ��������� Excellence.  Every  mile  a  picture,   and  no smoke to spoil  the   view.  Through  Compartment/ Observation and  Pullman  Sleepers;     also    Through    Tourist  Cars to Chicago.  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty  Union     Terminals   with  all'  Steamer lines.  Berth  reservations  by  wireh  Great Northern S.S. Co.  FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for Japan and China ports at frc-  q;ucnr dates. Exact sailing  date's can he secured upon application to any Oreat Northern representative. '  S.  Or.  YERKES,     -,   "  A.H.P.A.,  Seattle, Wash.  R. STEPHEN,  Gen.  Agent,  Victoria, B.C.  District Pjitis^ngor At't-nl  Ch. J. HENRY'S  1& NURSERIES,       UREt'N-  3^      HOUSES AND SfcSU  ^a������  HOUSES  J^   8'DO   Veatuninster   Road,  VA-NCOUVE<i.  Headquarters for-^r-  PACiPIC OROWN tinmen, llt-lft  and flower SECOfi  [or distribution. ;  Large (stock* of Home'  Grown FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL TREES  now matured for Spring.  No expense, loss or delay of luniigation or inspection   \  Let mc price your list  before   placing your   order. ('irecnnou.se Plants,  Pioral Packages, h'ertili-  zcrs.  etc.  3010   Westminster Road.  VANCOUVER.  B.   C.  vs  A   BOY   LOST.  Walla   Walla.   July   IT.���������Cecil,    the  four-year-old son of   R. L.     T'ritta.iii.  a   Walla   \\ralla photographer,   wander.  ��������� cd  away  from  camp   at. Tollgate,  ?.()  an-r-������Ta������<BSJaigy������=  Try Capita! and Nugget Cigars  DI-GBY, N.S.  Minard's Liniment  Co.,   Limited.  Gientlemci),��������� I ast. August my horse  was badly cut in eleven places iby a  barbed"wire .fence. Three of Uie cuts  (small ones) hoalod soon, but the  others .became- foul and rotten, and  though I tried many kinds of medicine'they had no beneficial result. -At  last a doctor advised inc ta uso  MINARD'S 'LINIMENT and i.n four  weeks' tinue every . sore was healed,  and the .hair has grown over each  one in fine condition. The Liniment  is ccrfcairnly wonderful iii its working-  JOHN TL  HOLD EN  Witness, Perry Raiier.  >00<>600QQOeQ<&OQQQQQ$QeoqC  Under New Mait.ijjnient  HOTEL WILSOINL  Jiis-l'R. Mckinneli; Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens'  head-itMvters.  Modern  and     Strictly  First  Clais.  'Fire" Proof     BuUdinr.  HOTEL   DOMINION  ��������� RiUcg JfLijr?. nnd*l .51'���������' ���������'���������  F ��������������������������� in al! et-K.il" boat   '.sr.d n,. h and  r olway .!c; ots. I'llecrricJ'-aifi every five  minu'os to all par,';- of the eily. Bar  and f-.abU'.nnexc*lk'.'.  F. BAYNfi'S, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,   VA-NC0UVI?'R   B,' C.  THE JONES HOTEL  -WHITE   COOK���������  and  ���������WHITE   LABOR���������r  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE   STREET-   ��������� Ladysmith.  Fletcher Bros.  '-<:������������������  . .Dealers In,  Pianos   & Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  Plumbing and Tinsniiiig  DONE  AT  Reasonable Prices   By   J.  ANDERSON  Leave orilers  at Vetcrson's Furn -  ture Store, or - telephone No ,*i,"i.  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  Best accommodation (or transient  ���������\nd permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  a'lly furnished and the bar Is up-to-  dVte Rates $l.ift a day and -ap-  wirds.  WM. BEVERIDQE, Prop.  B.^l������a������J������   -.- -���������: :.-: '��������������������������� * L^ytnilib  S rr.AM  IIKATIOi"  ���������^fcl'tiKN-ISM   ItilOMS  dah suri'i.njD wrin b:-:- t  WINHS, 'I.IQUOKS, CIO \ KS  A8B0TSF0RD HOTEL  PURCHASERS AND SMELTER5 OF COPPER. OOLO AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  iAD'TSMITH'/ B. C.  >   HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION. CLERMONT LIViNGSTON-  ���������Vancouver Island, B. 0. General Manager,  ' +  ���������f"  *  >"���������  *  *  ������������������������������������:.*������������������:.���������������.���������..������..:.  '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������. *..���������..���������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������..���������..���������.^^j....^^.  Ask for  "^mllZSZZS?.  WATSO  DUNDE  4. .1. McMURTRiB, iVopiielor  Mewly fitted tip and  Furnished  LADY?Ainu,   . c  Good tables and jjood  Rooms  STOVES! STOVES!  1 welare rtiakii!g 1!6A'I'ERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles alid Newest Patterns-.We.do  Al | kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  ���������-������������������       '."   -   -������ _. '        ���������       ���������..,...  Ladysmitli Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53 P. 0. I3o\' '13.  'f'his  lintel  haa    been  completely       renovated.  Board aid lodgiag J1.00 per day.  HOTEL    PRETORIA  JOHN TliA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied  with  the  Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: *.-:' Ladysmith D.O.-  Liquors and  (Jigars.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*^������������������������������������������*4���������*���������������������>^-*���������'^���������  -Ifhe Cream  of Scotch Whiskies'  WM. MUNSTE,  President    J. W.  CORURN, Managing Director.  Telephane -1-b.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd. .  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMTTH-r*  y-   *3  Shingles &. Specialty  MANUFACTURERS OF   THE liiJSflOM^RIIW fP  V -Sole   Agents Ixrv B.   C.  THQQIXY MHRK6T  . "R*: Williamson Prop  isL Avenue Ladysmith-"B. C.  pajnting and paperhanging  Neatly and Artistically Done    Orders  Promptly Execute  -~    LADYSMITH  S: ROtDDING  LAD/SMITH Tff=?ANSFER STABLE ;  r    PL'  Rouj*h juhI Di-csscirt Fir and Cedar Lumbers 4 [ t '"  LATHS,  SHINGLES,   MOULDINGS,      ETC.,     of-the BEST       J     j   ��������� fatablw In the rea'  * r  ANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     H'URNITURl" MOVED  PROMPTLY AND  SAFELY.  QUALITY SRASONED.     AND   DRTED     FLOORINGS      AND      i ,  4  \  of the Lad-ysmith ho lei.      Leave (.i.-l^rs at   iu,  Ahhntsford  FINISHING  LUMBER IN STOCK  >^-lfc^^"^''^-1k-'%^^-'^^,&-*^--^. ^  A.    J   WASKETT   j      p   0P   ���������  ���������44444444 ^4 > *+ K 4-444 ^-4-1^4+44^4444 tf^^-ftV-f-, j LODGES  J> ^ss^sss^^s^^s  LADYSMITH . TEMPLE,    No.    5.-I ,     B-J ||    OOOT  r Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd Ira ��������� ������ ������ I~* ������_> CJ Jr\ |  fellows' Hall    every  2nd    and   4th'I    --.-ii-siu,���������������������������- ���������-.-������������������- - -.-,r.-v,  ���������.  THEL ADrSMITH DAILY LEDGER  fellows' Half    every  2nd    and  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  .MRS. KATE TATE,  M. of It. ,t C  rfe..'.-..c;^:.;- i v tcAXHz2l^iJ5.z&*. ������  Dr. R.B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  The  home of -Mr.  and  Mrs.    Walter  Jones,  Kennedy Street   was the st-ene  la-L   night   ol'   a   very   proUv     event,,  UNITED  ANCIENT ORDER  OF    j ^UlfgeOn  Dentist j tL ' oceosion  being  tbe ma.-riage     of  DRUIDS. | ''ih ir. daughter,   Mi.-,s    Mary    to    Mr  Wellington Vlrove, N0.  4, IL-A.O.D. ���������' ���������"  Work  tr������^aulood  and at m.soit- ' Lr.uN Matthews   of vit    sicker    '  meets  iu  the    I.O.O.F.   Hall,    Ladv-j        ������������������ ahle rates. j    .:iss.   A r*obcrt7\,.cied     ...  smith,  the  Second  and  Fourt],.   Wed- RESIDENCE   AND  OFFICE i b. i U-sim-id    while    Mr     D     A       Mc  nesdays   of  each   month,   commencing '  Wednesday, 13th,  am.  Visiting Druids  are invited   io   at-I  tend.     By Order " I  WM.   RAI.'TMR,   ���������������.   Sl.(.  i  PATRICK BUK1C,  V A  Gsfacre  .i-  -.    ��������� ' v. ���������  Ladysmith ;,,','  Open at all  hours.  Dr. Dier can be found al any time  a I. his ollice on Oatacro street. His  dental work is gunrniilecd to be liisl-  elass,  and  rates  reasonable.  NOTICE  From       this   date   the   undersigned  will  not   he   lesponsihJc  foi   any' in  ��������� deb tediums      incut red tieept on      *  wiitu-i. ornri signed by the secretary  Rowland   Mat-bin  V.   I.   KXPi.ORATJON   A  DEVEL  Ol'Ml'.T-.T CO.,   LTD      '  Non Personal  Lfab'l.'ty.  V|.-ioTi-.    n    ." .  T//-T   jff-i..    .-if)3  f-ADV&AlIfil ^BAKfcKY  CHOICE ..CAKES     AND    PASTRY  ALUAVS    FKESM   ON  HAND  li ediling     C'al.-es   -Made    to  Order  l-'Rl iT,X    AW I)    CANDIES  OF ALL  KINDS.    f.'KESil    KREAD   EVERY   DAY  Friers    are     Very Reasonable.      All  Customers  are Treated Alike.  HOP  LEE * CO.  ON TUP   fiSPLANADK.  'ih,  I  vvi.h   li,,.|  .i.V of M"ount Sicker, supported  g-iooni. J'ev. "Mr. Uobson offi-  iiig-. The bride i.s well known .in  cily, where .she has resided  pit rents for a number of  .*>'-. rs. nnd ihe groom is one of 111*.'  I>e; I well known voting nirii of .Ml.  Si \er, where he is employed as an  eoyineer  in   lbe TyiV  mines.  After a brief honeymoon to the  .Mainlanrl lhe lutppy couple will re-  lurii and Inki; up I heir residence in  .Ift.   Sickei:.  Marsuda   have     mixed   on   the     mat  twice,   and  both  times the    Xanaimo  man got  the, decision,  although     the  backers   of  Matsucla   claim   thnt      al  least   one of the matches should have  gone  ibe  other   way.    Another    thing  might   |-,e      mentioned   in    connection  wilh   the   .svvanson-*ViiiiMidji    matches,  and   ihat   is    that    both   liuu^     thai  Un so     two   men   wen!    on   tin-     mat., I  M"aisnda   was  suiTr-ring-  from   a   |,adl.\ I  brusiVd   ear,    vvhii-li   bad   never      been I  ipvv   pin?  ns-iioii   t'.i.xlo  .in\no.uii!A   .)i|i  U|   \v.o.< oin   to  -jiiovi) i?univvo.io  ..in  n/,  given  suriirienl   lime    tohoal   since ,he  ���������������������������;,"'>"'l    il-       Little     as   Ibis       i,,,,,^  ini.jht.   seem   |(,   .,���������   ..ntsider,    yd.    I..  Hie  man   on   i In-   m.ii    it   js  f|mt(,     a  haiilieap.     Amly   Miller   La-.      hrol.cn  '"lo   Ihe   game,   anil   I his      unknown  may   spring   .,   surprise   en   the    lo al  ���������"porting-    Iral-emil.. .        He        mannei  '  "���������hows   thai   i,..   -..  ,,���������,(!.|, ���������;   m   ,,-,  .,,,  X-  rq^i?.  '$&  i L  EXCELLENT  m Sorvieei  \&  . j-  "���������"���������'���������jitrfior.   T-:zr  GZT-/JELM  ���������*"* '''JB'!  ���������.t.    Avr.������tii>i   -  f-3  U^VSVI H  CPCWACW  Mannfacttirers of th-^ Famous  GU..������AN    :.i\ )j> )���������]  t; <* fi; :^ <r> ej  '   PORTL^g, S8ST0N,  Am! tlic Prim:!,>'!i llr'-lni.-M Centers of       ���������  Ontario, Quebec, and thel  WlarEtimo Provir.ces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YOAVi AKD        i  1     PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAOARA FALLS.  For Tlmo Tablua, etc.; nililross  . GEO. W. VAU*i,  Aaslttiint Gen'I I'sbdciigci- nijil 'J'k'kct A(?ont,  ' 135  ADAMS ST.. CHICAGO, ILL.  ?,*ff-3S^^Ovi*l;  10! 4 00.  SIcGlTfiKllO  -  TAVLIHI.  The   wedding  of    Miss.   Annie   Pop-  liia.   eldest   daughter of Mr. and Mr>  ��������� John 'Taylor,   Milton street   aud  Mr.  Thomas MeCiuckie,   win  be   solemniz-  .-.I   tonight    ai   lhe   residence   of   the  , bride's parents  |,.v Ihe |{ev.  Mr.  ]{ob  son.  )��������� M:r. William CorufieJri will snppori  'he groom, and Miss. Elizabeth  flixlgson will net in ��������� similar enp-  ucil.v   for  the bride.  After tho ceremony a we^lrling sup-  J'oi- will bo served. Tomorrow inorn-  -'���������S' Uie young couple will leave on  their honeymoon trip to Victoria  and Sound cities. On l hoYr return  they will lake up their residence oh  Wjtllace slreet.  Mil v  it ni I  li if:'-.-  iipp'e'in-ftn:-,e .������������������������������������,l'i"i:'n.������'l.v  ���������backs uji the t o-iiuion V.iih < nher  'nnlf-h will probnbl.v be pulled ,,||- j���������  Miller or Malsud.n vvinniitir in th-������ii-  match, il will gh,������ promise of a  "aiding good mnleh wl-,en lhe win  nr*r  meets   S������nn"nn   Infer.  THEVENEZUE-  LAN TROUBLE  baa two features which no good furnace should bs without���������  water pan and large double feed-doors.  The water pan will produce enough steam to moisten tbe -  hot air, and so keep tbe atmosphere pure and fresh.  The large double feed-doors make the furnace easy to feed���������  you do not have to be an expert stoker to keep from hitting the  door-frame every time you try to put in a shovel of coal rr-aud  rough chunks of wood can be put in easily.  Every feature in the  " Sunshine "  is given the same care and thought.  Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.  Booklet free.  Iv"np)o3*"ed J Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  ���������"JT.  Paislay Dye Hfar&s  Fancy Dveiiig and  Clfaninir. Charges leaso-iail-le, clc.    \\'(UI; Guaranteed {  Commercial ll ~ Nanaimo, e. C-|  CLOTKIM  OVERALLS,  TOP SKIRTS,  ETC,  MfHOLESALTllBY 6000:  VICTORIA, B. C  M1TH SHOP  Miners'Jriiiing Machines  AIADL' TO ORDER and KEPAIRED   AT   SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILLS  SMARPKNEJJ   BY   US      ALWAYS    GIVE  SATISFACTION.   PICKS  HANDLED  A  ND  REPAIRED "  ���������S II T P S M I T II I N G-    IN      Ul'lTS    B R A N C i I' *S  R. WRIGHT.    -  Buller Street   -      -    - '  Both  priivipnls  in   tomorrow's    ev-  f������i.   are well known to a large circle  'if   friends     in   (bis   city    who    imi(e  "-   ^tending   congrntulntions.  The    Millar-MaLsnda     match,'    wh .eh  is to take place   in this   city on Thursday nifiht  i������ iloubly intoresting,  as  '<   will  furnish   the  matorial   for    another  and   bigoer  match   says     Mon  day's   Province.   Tt   is   the   intention  and arrangements have partialiv nWn  completed,   to  have  tho    whine.-      of  the Millor--\r.i(c-t.(j.1    ,������������������-.,.,,  u;^t  Sin  clair   Swanson.   f|,e   NaT.������lnio- wrestler,  some time in  Rep,ember.       This  Jocai   wrestling cir0|e.s.   Swannon  t.nd  MODEST CLAIMS OFTEN.,"  CARRY   MOST   CONVICTION  Wa'-.hinglon, .j���������|y 1 T.��������� In view of  Iho deionnination of lhe state department to renew its demands upon the Venezuelan 'government for  ��������� be settlement of American claims a-  tr.iin.st Venezuela, it. is a. mailer of  inlerest to note the precise status  uf  tkose  troubles���������some   issues    when  RMBfei.  London.   Toronto.    Montreal.   WiNNrPEo  VANCOUVKi;.      ST. JOHN.      HAMILTON.  suspenede in .March  t  ;ly������������f        .-':{ ^ ^^  I    W.LlS?e Delivers on Moiid^s,   Wedrtes^  -1- Fj Ways and SaUsrdavs  Oncers  ,������������������3t  be in  by eleven, 0Wocic  on  day'of DeJfve^  i  When Maxim.    Uie   famous gun'inventor, 'placed his gun before a committee of judges, he stated its   carrying power to lie much below   what  he felt sure    the    gun  would accomplish.   The    result of the trial    was  I lierefore a great surprise, instead! of  disappointment.    It is  the sam������ with  the    manufacturers of Chamlxeiiain's  Colic,   Cholera and Dianhoea   Remedy.       They   do not. boast   of    what ���������  this remedy will accomplish, -but pre- j  for to let the.users make; tJieGstatements.     What they do claim, is that  it will  possibly cure diarrhoea,  dys-  I cntery, pains in the stomach and *>ow  els and has never, been Known to foil-  ' For sale    by The    LadysmiWi Pharmacy.  "���������;-*���������*  ncgol hit ions   wei  1905.  _ For the first time die Red Hook  discloses tho terms in die ultimatum laid downi by lhe late Secre-  mry of State John Hay in an jn.  struct ion to Mr.' liovven, ,iuled  -March 10 of that year:  ''Tiie  aliunde      of   the   Venezuelan  government      of the    United     Slates  md  toward   the   interest:,    of  its  citizens,   who have siiifored    such   grave  and   i'remienl   wrongs arbitrarily com  .nitied  |jy   (hu    -overiuiieiit   {,l    \'ene-  zuela     i-eqiiii-e      that    justice  should  now  be fully done,   once  i'or all.       If  did   government of Venezuela declines  lo    consent    to    an   impartial    arbitral ion   insuring the rc-mlilion oi complete   justicu   to   those injured oari i   I  lhe govvrnmenl   ui' the  I'uited   Slates  may be regretfully   compel led to take  Mich  measures    as   it   may    liiid    necessary    to   eli'eet     omplelc     redress  without    resort     to   arbil rnt ion.  "The governmenl of the I'niLeil  Stales stands com mil led to the)  principle of imparl in I nrbitradon. I  which can do injustice to nobp'ty. and  if its moderate roijuesf is pu-emplni"  il.v refused, it will be at liberty |���������  lo    consider      vigorous   measures."  The Venezuelan's government's an  svver received March ' 2H, amounted  to a rejection .'"of the nitinuitum.  for it denied that Venezuela had  any ojtiestions' pending wilh die LTnit  ed  Slates.    ���������  ���������he  Lad^mlHanftare Coi,' Sole igeflfs  charged with Murder   .    "  Ift thiE FIRST DEGREE  S������������������le.  J.H.v    I7U,.7-WIU, nc-o,-   a   <���������:.*..���������.���������.     THo lul .��������������� wa������ n.uily Jua  tremor    nor aught    j���������   hi.,    demeanoi  to shove that he realized (he position  he   was   in,    Chester    Thompson    this  morning   stood    by    the   side  of    prosecuting    Attorney    Kenneth  Mackin-  losh    in   Judge   Fraier's department  of   lhe   superior    court '  and      heard  'ha I    oUicer 0f  tho    law  read, the   in-  iiifiTiuuLioii    wliicii charges the^ouih  with being-   guilty 0f murdei--   in   the:  (irst   degree  because   of his    rash act  in causing .the death of Judge Jloade I        "''  Emory    on   the    night  of   Jub      Ttli. ' tl'-aU  Thompson^ father,    Aitorney     Will,  d.    riiompsoii.   represented   him durum- the proceedings,    tUU[  a,-.0|. ,iluill  .-���������i .1 in a black suit and although  .tpi>iaring* lo feel sorry for his l'aih-  .i- aud brother, vva., not jn the least.  ..a.it  down by his  position.  lie  stepped   briskly   fiom    his    seal  vi non his name was called  and .listened  .'-ueritively    while Sir.  Mackintosh  i.'.-td   lhe   formal     accusal ion      which  < h.wg-e-d   him   vvilli   being   a   murderer.  A  copy of the information  was  hand  eil   to Jiiin,   but he  did   not   read    il.  and afi-er   Sir. "Mackintosh   had finish  e.J   walked   lu his seal   with    a     firm  formation    had   been  read  entered  il'ter tbe bo*> '���������-. father had entered  lhe plea and thus completed the form  nliiies, ' the three���������father and two  brothers���������left' the  court room,   accom-  .r Limited  I NANAIMO������ b. c.  Minard's  Liniment cures  Diphtheria  I>1--." of not guilty Wiu, the s-tate-  "���������'U that he desired the privilege  of demurring Lo die complaint lat-  ���������-'������������������  if lie so desired.  Judge     Kraier    informed   Atiurnev  Thompson     that    he   might    have*     a  week-  iu which t��������� plead if it  was   de-  M*red,    but   the       father   staled   that  du'.s  privilege    was  not.  desired     nnd  that, he  wished- to enter  his  plea at  th-s   time.    Judge Frater stated that"  if il". Was so desired a demurrer tmghj  he; entered   at   any. time.     No     time  was sot for  (he  trial.  There  were a  large    number  of at-  ftorneys   in   the   court   this      morning  ���������-"���������Ige j 'ong before Judge  Frater came  from  aj{innied   by a ileput\  shonlT, who tool  .-1 ...,  Denver,      Colo.,    July   17  Melvin  of Oakland:   Cali..   was unan- l^u^r ""^   l"''at0'' ^  l'V������m  "nonsly   elected   drand    Rxal.er I ul-) ������ ^^'iT '"^ ������f '^ t00k  or of the Benevolrnt  aiur   Protective ^S^iwu   "* T"  Order-of Kllcs in  the   convention this ' * j      ^ -l '       ^   ���������taSut^  eveninn- ' Deputy   County   Clerk    Maurice  Tlioinpson, came iiito the r00,n   with  Chester bbek   to'his cell in the jail  Kvory day since the srrest of Che.s  ���������ier" Thompson has- been visited by  one or more members of the family.  The interviews thus held have been  in privacy, but the jail officials stale  Ihat the prisoner has never appeared  In be downcast, although tho grief  which-'his act has caused his family  has been patent, in -,lhe demeanor  of his father .and brothers.  'BM^^MT^^^^^^f^ aS <*> residence may  >| H 3. feSl I ^/,,"DoCGTrt^n^;- Satls/iefI ]>y -^ch person residing  'flQViCr: ,-..-; to PhT*:*vtag;l:tv''&r������$'*V2w' .1  tlle father or mother.  I; i.'harn... ,.....i'..,.   ......   ....*     u ��������� rwjEiu*..  -- - -   a   r������?jia>- ?}   " ^ SCttler haS    llis  Pe^nan-  f '    j?o,:";^r-"'*,- ^^"'ipatenti8*^IC      Gnt rcsille"cc "1'on farming land owu-  ---������-���������*.^.*w.-.^u\.    stead,    the requirements as to   residence may bo    satisfied by residence  1 upon the said land.  Leads Thent    AM  .. IN ���������q'UALITY'������������������'.'.  R.P.RITHET,  &Co., Ltd  I'aoi/lc'Ooast    AKeney.  ���������/ICTORI.A,  ���������IF.' VOU  WANT  AGOOi)������������������  Class   Meal  CALL-AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS' OPE.V  *. .h'IRST- AVENUE.*-  I0h ^^h'  &������*'  V#*K  *c"     ^.-yV'1*!.  Synopsis of fanndlan  Homestead  Hegulaiionsi.  Any     available     Dominion    J^mi.s  within the Railway  tielt    in British  Columbia,, may  be    liomesteailed     by ''���������  any  person  who.is  the sole bead    of  [ a   family, 0r auy male over eghteen  j years of age, to  the extent of    one-j  quarter section of. 1C0    acres,,    more'  or less.  Entry must be made personally at  the local land office for the district  in  which the. land  is  situate,  Tlic homesteader is required to p-er-  forni the. conditions connected therewith under one of the followine;  plans:  ���������  (I) At least six month:;' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for  throe years.  f2) If the father, (or mother, ,-f tlir  father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered  for,  the    re-  Six mon the' notice in writhe.  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. N���������t more Uia��������� 330  acres can be aivipiirod by one indivi-  'l".il or company. Royalty at thc  rale of ten cents per ton of 2 00ti  pounds shall, be collected on 'the  gross output.  ' W.  W.   CORY  ^puty of  the Minister ���������f TnteDnr  ............������..,.....e���������a..;t..t.  W.   STLKR  ^ENEKAL EXPRESS AFT)  DELIVERY  WORK rROMPTLY  Pf ��������� ���������  f.cavc orders at thf Abbof.nford  Keep  Minard's     Liniment  louse.  in  tlu*  ������������������������tHSa.*S  1   . LASS     GLOBES  i^   VVlien you want a Glass globe  sec  thai,    you  get  the     globe  with  tlie rubber ring on     it,  as  it is  the only   kind    that  can keep the water out ��������� the  globes without the riihjfaler ring  cannot     keep    out water, you  can    see  that    by  examining-  them.       The artificial    flower  that  i.s  put  into  the     globes-;  with  the rubber rings, is guar  an teed to be the best, and   if  you    want  a globe   with     a'  Rubber  Ring,  call at. Mrs. T.:  X.   .Tones, a.a*ent for  h������NRY CREW  The only    place yo" can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C.   for    the  French     Wreath  Co., of   London,   Paris,   Melbourne,   S.A.,  Cor.  roirio.v Rd. & Milton St.  NANAIMO B.C.  Pirst   Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  DEiJ VER ED.  WOOD AND UMiK   FOR  SALE AND  EXI'RE.S.S WORK.  DAVID JOHNSON"  PH0NE <* l-ADYSMITH  ���������������������������< ������������������������������������������������������������**A.*<���������..������..*���������  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATEft'WORKS  iav������wTrS r rCf,UeSted ^ CaU ^    thG ������mCe     ������������ "^"ts   Street  B-  ���������ay Water     Hate,   between the  10th    and the 25th of each m/nih  Office Hsurs I P. Hi. 4,30  l [ blXnd  SUPERINTENDENT.  Light Teaming.  Orders With���������  .FIRST AVi-NUE  w. c  PHONE  CHEATED THE a ALLOWS.  (.Associated   Press}  "H'indsoi",    July 17���������Eluding-the vigilance-of .a .special    vvatdi   placed, on  hini,   Christopher    Spindclmann  client'  ed   the   gallows    by   hang'ing- "himself  at   Sandwich   jail   early   this    morning'.     His  dead    body  was  found    by  turnkey Her   who ,was  on  his    morning-   rounds.   The   murderer   had   sue.  ees--i'ully  wound.a  pair of   shoelaces  around his  neck/   tied  one   end 'to  a  chain which   is��������� attached   to  his   cot,  nnd slowly strnng-lcd  himself.   -o -__  VICTIMS   OF  THE  HEAT.  (Associated    Press)  New  York/'   July    17���������With   nu  of-  ���������"���������cinl    maximum   of   S7  deg-ives,    and  a   temperattn-e   of   nearly     mo,   Kcw  Vork   sufrero<l   as   severly    from   -.the  '"WW   todn.v    ns nt  any   lime this year  and  hefoi-e  a   ivfroshin^ shower  in the.  aft. rnoon   brought    relief,   ti,,-ee    person ������������������    had  perishe.l    from   I he con.bin-  '-'���������I  heat   and  excessive  humidity,  and  s-'vecnl  others   were p rostra led.   some  '">''whom  ,na.v   die.   The -thunder   and  wind  storm    of  the  afternoon   was  a  ceve.-e one.  I - .   (Associated Press),  Ottawa, July 17,-An extra of the  Oanad Gaz)tte was issued today,  for the purpose of convoying to the  People of Canada ,the fact that tho  ^ing and Queen were unable to visit.  BOWEL COMPLAINT  IN   CHILDREN  During the summer m0nths children  are subject to disorders of Uie  how-  els which should  receive careful   attention, as soon as the first unnatural  looseness    of the bowels   appears  The best medicine    in use for   bowel  complaint    is     Chamberlain's   Colic,  Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy as it  momptly    controls    anr     unnatural  r.oseness of the bowels.      p0r   sals  hy Ladysmith Pharmacy. THELADYSMITHDATT.Y LEDGER  ft ������|i *|i i$i i$i i|> $ $ $ $ $ $ $ *i*^^&&&&&&&&  &  #  ���������  ���������  *  ���������  ���������  ���������  You will act "wisely ,by spending your money where you will get  lie Dcst Returns  AND THAT'S AT  olCIC LE 8  *  ���������  *  *  ^l^<^--*^^#0##-*^#^^*.^^^#*^ <$H|H$Hfc  ������������r ������ t  "*L_      F"*       4   .-    s*      spending the da)' at   Elliott's Bay on  ^ITlltn^   rOLO^   a Monic.    'lhe paity left iii   launch-.  '-'     '.   A(!,   es    this    morning,     and  judging   by  ' '"l   !" '    "   the amount    oi    yocd  things  m tiie  way  of ice-cream,  elc,   which     tlie\  tool-, along,  an eujojable day   will lm  spent.  The  l MINERS  FRIi NB  Local Itej  ns  Airs,   and  Aliss   Keid  juuineyeil  to Nanaimo at noon today.  up  Air. W. VI. Walkum left on the L2  o'clock train on a hei el visit to Wellington.  Air. H. Ward was in Uheuiainiis  this forenoon on business .in connection wilh the telephone company.  Mts. II. Ward is in Nanaimo this  aftemoon, having gone up at tweho  o'clock-  Mr. (.'. Walters, of (the firm 0f Walters & Akenhead, returned from a  short, business trip to Victoria today  WANTED���������Smart  lad   to  learn   barber trade.     Apply  ESPLANADE 'BARBER SHOP.  A meeting of the Board of Trade  will he held tomorrow equaling vlien  business oi importance will come up  ior discussion. It is particularly  urged that a full attendance of members he had, as the subject for discussion is oi interest to all. The lo-  tices received by the members uf ihe  board state that the meeting wdl be  held on Thursday, July 21, but this  is an error, as the miceting i ikes  place tomorrow evening.  Miss Annie Tens/, left this morning  on a Ihree-ivoelis' visit t0 her sister  in  Victoria.  Miss L. Laidley, ot Nanaimo,- is in  the city today, having arrived on  the morning train.  NOTICE.  If you  want    to sell your chickens  for a fair    price, bring  them to    J.  X. Smith's restaurant, 1st Avenue.   *������������������   None Better-Capital & f\uj>iret Cijrars  Air. ij. Kay k-.i\e*> touioirow for  (Jrollou, whore he v. illj.be engaged in  repainting uud papei nig the Lrolloii  Hotel. , , ,  Airs. T. W. Jones, ol Uamp U. is  iu the city today. Anna L* i:.her ami  Uwcnine joucs, who ha\e been on a  wee.' s .visit at the camp, luitjuuxi  with Airs. Jones.      * .  Deputy Grand Ataster J. J. Watcher, F.O.E., accompanied, by Airs.  ���������Watcher, arrived at noun today, and  will \isit tlic-local Aerie, this evening. After the lodge meeting a ban-  .tjtiet will be tendered the visitor in  tlie banqueting rooms of the Opera  House.  WANTED��������� Canvasser familiar with  the city. Apply in person to Lodger Ollice.  The Ladysmith Tennis Club are  spending the day in Duncan, having  gone down on the morning train.  They will play the Duncan club today, and return this evening in Ales-  srs. Harrup & Kayden's launch. Alisi  Ai. Wam'say came down from Nanaimo and will take part in the tournament,  today.  Till-;  GENTLER  SEX i  Women were huge buyers at the .u-  nual sale of superfluous animals at  the Central park sheepfold yesterday  morning. Of Ihe ' twenty Dorset,  ewes advertised, lirteen, at an average price of *}. 1S apu.ee, were bought  by a masculine representative for  Aliss A. Bradshaw, a New 'York  newspapei woman and she also got.  the two best of ihe Dorset rams at  .*S 10 apiece. Miss Bradshaw wants  lhe stock foi her farm in Brighton,  Arc, where shv keeps -ci iii Le mepa-  gcrie of faiicy stock, including Angola goats, Persian rams, Arabian  horses and Muscovy ducks.  NOT YEARNTNG.  Sunn- si.'Xli to ha\e llu*ii   dreams come  true,  J cherish snch a   habit.  If  drenins  come   true,   'twixl me and  vou,  I'd neier eat WeLli rabbit.  ���������Washington Star  DISCOVERED!  No matter  what a man wants  in    the    way of Soft ���������   Front  Shi lis,   with  or without*   collars attached, lie will he   sure  to   find    fiis    particular  Shirt'  here.      These    are    the ( days  when a man's Shirt i-.* the all  important   part  of   his   makeup, both    for looks and   comfort,  j We've Everyihirg That's Good  ���������^aSKSU  3  Every good deal������r carries this  hoot.    Take no subs-itrtt-\  MENS'; KIP  WHOLE  BACK BOOTS  Have double   sole   and   slip,  Hungarian nailed and stan,-  daid screw  fastened  or low cut .  high  miners  IN  mm SHiars  Solid colors,    stripes,  figures,  plain while, etc., ,elc.  It wiiil be worth your while  to come in and have a . look  'throiiQ.li Uiem.  j WALT&RS & *K������NH������fiD f  S-aaSttrEI  PICNIGERS ATTENTION  We have made arrangiemciits  to have a launch leave the  wharf every hour during Thins  day afternoons and on Sundays after 10 o'clock in lhe  forenoon f.u* the Green, and  shell beach, where wc have established refreshment' booths.  Campers wishing plots for  tenting sluuld apply early, a������  the camping season is nearly  here  MRS.   AlcKINNELLKY ���������  -I'.UCiH   THORNLIEY  The   moil   popular  boot ever turned out of a  facto: y O  J LECKIE Co. Ltd  VANCOUVER,    B. C-  111 ll i lllll      II III  OF-  Blouses, Prints, Mens Hats &  Children's Straw Hats  To be  sold Regardless of Price We  will not carry  *over this Stock  Print Blouses, $1.2fi, now  85c  Print Blouses, $-1.10, now ...'....    .6!>c  Children's Slcaw Huts,   1.50 now   $1  Children's    do, $1.00, now  75c.  Children's    do,.75c, now  '..    .50c  Boy's Canvas llats, 50c, now... ��������� .35c  Men'.-; Hals, 05c, now .. ..'      50c  Men's Hats, $1.25, now  flue  Allen fifteenth, and Skeddon twenty  third, encli winning- three pounds.  Drysdale, Forrest and Kerr each  won two pounds.  Secretary of States i'or War competition, Serg. Uaylis, ol' Toronto  made a possible of oO in this competition. Gilchrist scored 45 aud  Vouhill 84. Baylis with a possible  won Secretary of State for War  prize of twenty pounds.  The Sunimei   'lir' -���������'.-'.'..v'"   ���������'���������  keep this pencil for?  ��������� Mr.' Would .Be���������Oh, ah!     That's t0  write- my cheques with.  Summer. Girl���������-Oh,     i.hcn you're .a,  waiter.���������Scraps.  FEMALE SUFFRAGE.  "These elections are something awful. For a whole fortnight my husband had free drinks at every bar  in the neighborhood."  "I quite agree with you. Men are.  terribly selfish. Why dc-n't women  have votes also?"���������Bon.Vivant.  The ' members of tbe Epworth   League of    the    Methodist     Church,   ai'e  Minard's  Liniment cures  Cold, etc.  A TIME TO HE CAREFUL.  "That little Miss FI rt has such a  cute way of shoot ing glances at you  from muter her lashes.'  "You had .better be careful ; her  shooting glances might have a killing .effect."���������Baltimore  American.  Minard's  Linimeii'l cures   Diphtheria  ^fc������ WWW WWWWWWWWWWWW mmMMmWWg  "^ Men's Fine Two Thread ^  BALBRIGGAN  UNDERWEAR  Strong -and Serviceable  $1.00   PER  SUIT  3  5������  Fancy Tan and Black Lisle  TWO THR1  Cool and Comfortable  AD   SOX  Try a Province Cigar.  LAUNCHING PARTIES.  Parties wishing to engage a first-  cllass launch for picnic or excursion  parties at reasonable rates should  apply to II. BLAIR, Cecil Hotel,  City. Launch may he engaged for the  evening at any time st  Digonimlen, Lufoilen Isles, -Norway  .Inly IT,���������'tho steamer Frithjol". having on board the Well man, Chicago  Kocord Herald.'. Arctic Expedition,  reached Danes ��������� Island,' July V") and  found 'the shore of Virgo bay ; a.1-  i-eiidy dotted with structures, including machine'shops ready for work,  and .'material in readiness to begin  the construction of the giant b'aloon  house. All the twenty, four members'of. the .expedition are well. Mr.-  W'ellman hopes to establish wireless  communicat-ion with Mam merles t bsi  fore   the end of July.   '   ������������������o������������������   Montreal, July i7.--Bis.ley��������� Secretary, of State for war compet tion  at 800 yards, ten shots each were  fired this morning, in a light wind.  The weather was hot. The Canadian  scores were: . Allen, 45; Blackburn,  43; Caven, 41; Drysdale, 39, T) Hon,  ���������10; Forrest, 38; Muggins, 40: Hay  hurst, 4.1; Kern, IO; Private Leask  20; IMper Lensk, 40; Mortimer '40;  N'ieholas, MO; i'inard, -14; Somple,  ���������12, Smith, 40; Whitsely, 34; Mitchell, 46; Total aggregate scores  for Canadians in .Prince of Wale^  match yesterday (200 mid 000 yds.)  were: Allen, 91.; Skeddon, 90, Drysdale, 89; Forrest, 80; Kerr. 38;  Cavi'ii, SS; lliiyiiui-sl. 87; I.iilloii, 80;  Rlnckbui-ii, ������7; Semple, 85; Vouhill,  85; Smith, 8.2; Mortimer, 82; Piper  Leask 81; Pinard, 80; Private Leask  80;   J'fug-gins  79,   Whitely,   7<l.  Canadians   carried   off     five   prizes.  NOTICE.  I have takieii over the scavenger 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 &  Adam. Also any complaint regarding scavenger work will he attended  to if laid at this place.  ROBERT CALLANDER.  Ladysmith, B.C.  latfes rrtton Underwear at Special Value  S1M(NLE1SER&C0 Ltd.  mmsimmssssmE^mamsasi  ^mmimmmmi mmmmmmwmvte  FRESH SUPPLY OF  I Lamb. Mutton, Pork. Veal and Wi  JTl    WE  HAVE  ON   HAND  SOME  VERY  NICE-  ^ ROLLED COINED BEEF  12 1-2C. LB. ^  i A. HOWE 3  E  " ���������  "   . MEAT MARKET ^  b  SCREEN DOORS  ���������^������������������������������������fMlllH'nHMH'MaiMHMW'UUBM  We affer all sizes in Screen Doors, complete with  Hinges, Etc, For  $1.50    EACH  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COM PANV LIMITED  Get Your������������������ ?  SUNDAY EXAMIHEH      1  NEW YORK WORLD      1   AND   HEW YORK JOURNAL  -ATr-  loii -m mi  ....���������....���������...*.............,  .. ������..������������������������������������������.������..������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ,.������...,.������..������.���������  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  Pioneer Oottlin? Works/'}'  1st. Avenue, Ladysmitli, 3. C1  W. f. tamin?, Prop. |  i      MANUFACTURlvR OF  | Carbonated Beverages,  i Oin ��������������� e r   Be e r  W. G. Fraser  iVlcrchahf Tailor  , ;:FIRST  AVENUE. ''''-"; '.,-''���������������������������������������������  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satislactioii. Gall and see Stock  ^-aPBWlgBBWIM^ *IA^"^^  i  WHEN iN  NEED OF  Get   your   eyes   tested   prope rly,     with      instruments,    especially.  adapted for that purpose, and not hy guess work.     We test   eyes  by the latest method free of charge, and if you need ���������Glar.ses om-  priccs are moderate for the best quality of goods.  1  iti  ���������a.  'A  B   FORCIMriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician 0\  ���������jra-5-3aj"2s-"-i^^  P.  o.  Truit Syrups ^  Box   248 I  3 PAIRS  FOR TO-MORROW  mb, Mutton & Beef  of the Choicest Quality  ���������  . n.i'i m  m  " ���������  BLAIR  E. G. PAN N ELL  m  m  ^WWrWWrWWW^  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������* -....���������������������������  GAT ACRE ST.  LADYSMITH  PICTURE  FRAMES  and  latest  Patterns  and   Finishes  in  FRAME MOULDINGS.  ���������%.-%..��������� ���������%-  PLAQUES.  ���������^. ���������* ������������������ ���������%-  WALL PACKETS.  -���������%��������� ���������%.-*��������� ������������������>  Pictures���������British and  German.  Bevel  Plate Mirrors.  -^.' m. ���������*��������� ���������������������������  Passe Partout Picture Binding in  all colors. Just arrived from the  factory in the East.  ���������-%.���������*���������������������������������*  Picture Framing Neatly done at  H.  KAYS  WALL PAPER DEPOT  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Granite and Marble Works  Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest prices consistent  with first class stock and  workmanship. '/rite    for  catalogue.  A.   STEWART,  MS Yates St. Victoria  B.C  Smoke a  Big  B Cigar,  \ Iisivb just received a shipment of  Hills'   High Urade   -  ENGLISH TOBACCOS  and  OGARNIFS  DRUG  STORE

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