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Array \  V*eaisi^lU' -'  ���������Ll*  .->���������-���������. -^.  ;  ^g^A,^g  tm  VOL. 2,  FRIDAY,   JULY   21,   *<'05.  /"  -MED TO Ml-HiKIJimiy-  E  1  TRICE   FIVE   CENTS  Ullionaire Hancock Killed  1 and His Wife and Fam  ily Injured  I    Motor Driven at 40 Miles  i an Hour Collides With  Buggy  ID 1  nines  it  the  HAVE NOT FAITH IN I-  WTION  mwmm^amw-  Western    Fuel    Company  Has  Notified    Domin  ion Government  Two  IlLos Aivgelos, Ca,l., July 21 ��������� M. T.  Hancock,     a well known millionaire  l*r were seriously'injured. Ilan-oek  IJriiself, sustained two fiaeluies of  j'le skull and concussion of the*.>*am.  Ke dic'd in a hospital without recov-  Viiig consciousnesi!.  F'The *��������� party was travelling foity  Idles an hour when ithe' machine collided with^a buggy- The car swerved  ���������-> the' curbstone awl crashed into a  J'.dephoiie pole, demolishing it, and  furling  the occupants to (he street  is now over four months since  employees of the Extension |  mines have lost a days;work the  'last lay-oil' taking place, . as long  ago as lhe fust week inMarch. Siafce  Ihat in ou th colliers haie ^eeii calling  at the port ennlii.iiousU. and a '���������lpally s1 ipment 'of coal* has lieeriMhe  jow inventor  and manufacturer,  is [,���������,���������-(,.  This'has  been -constant work  ead as hhc  result  of     an  autoni'o-    f      ,,        . ��������� x        ,   .   :.    ,. . ,  ,v  a?7. ., .       /   .  .     .    ,     for  lhe ni'ineS,  and  indications point  We. accident  in  this c.ty  late  last  '  fght, in, which his wife and  (laugh- l*to TO,l>mc" being kcplj busy in Uie (u  'tine.   'Ihe Tncolor has'been leading  the las I. .two days and this afternoon j  has completed a'full'ca'rgoe of about  si.\ thousand    tons.   She     will leave  Ihis port    either .today," or tomorrow  morning and her   .placed at.;the wharf  will  be taken by the collier Welling--  ton, which is flue to ai rive tomorrow  morning from San -Francisco - for- full  e.ugo.   The  Snow  and  Burgess   will  Saul, dairyman, the driver of the  fuggy, wasH thrown from his vehicle; j he heie in a    week or twe^s time for  p the street,  and severely hint  M. T. Hancock junior, a 15-yeai old  Joy, was diivmg thc machine at the  jme ol     the accident.   With lv hi in  l.-ie front seat  was his  younq. lu nihil". Newton Hancock, wl.*o was     the  a cargo ol sacked coal for Nome, she  having idt" Ihat .pott'.the beginning;,  ol   tins month    , , ,  In adililioii lo the large craft which  aie     taking hc.n>  ( etugoes     .ei-try  nuviu!', ~~~"-passcngcr   vessels',' 'chiefly  nly meiml/er of the party lo escape nuiLhcui --.boats, tugs.r, and, small,  'nhnrt. In the seat was Hancock, stesjusi in*. .ai"P~eontinii*aIly "(arriving  is wife and daughter. in  noil   an.     nl though'the amounts,  Hancock "was lmwii'herc as one of J of V(,u\      liken   Uy  [he most reckless automobile dnveis  the city. He had Ijeen in the po-  l.ce court on different occasions    for  1 riving his*machine in excess  of the  [peed Unit, and on one occasion    a  [dw days ago  he was fined  *fL50    toi  fast driving.   He paid hi11 fine at the  lime with a, check, which  he insisted  fhould    fliear this inscription   "Foi  jriving an automobile sivty miles s ii  iiour in thc city of  Los   Angeles  '  each .   individual  very     large, -��������� the  by , all small  craf l_  10! IGROIIND  TO AVOID'  PANIC  New York, July 21���������Thc exclusion  Isteamer Sinus was deliberately  inn  [aground on North Biothci   Island  lo  [avoid a panic among hei   1,000  pas-  Isengeis, *aiwl a possible  lepilition   of  [the     Slocum disaster    The Sums,  |caii>#ig      a, Sunday     School   picnic,  [stove     in hei side von aiotk al  tho  [veLy snot   wheie  the Slocum  binned  [last year    Although the c4pt.nu did  [not Leheve his   ship  would  sink,   he  Iran     hei  .-giound wilh all  possible  (despatch     and emptied the ciowded  [decks with the aid ot small boats  4  Another boat took the excursionists to then picnic giounds and lu^s  Ivere sent to the disabled Sums  ship     is     not  quantity   taken  enteriiei iho +' port durjng, tj"& in'ofllh'  is exceedingly ,'large, fy'pegS3pmipi$  left for Nome this'mouiing" with^a,  load* of sacked ,cpa'l, vand the.SS. Alia   a,i lived   this afternoon  for "coal"  ,    ��������� *  '   A-'       *   *   .      \>> ������ ?-   ---     *���������!  on  hei way north.  The mines will, iii airprobajiilirv, -  he vvoikivl-steadily-feir some .tunc>*o  come, a n I the laige demand for the  Extension coal predicts Ja very 'bright  1 ti11110 loi   Ladysmith.  ���������3 Jt~  STAMPEDE FOR  WORK IN  1 j i  London,  July. 21.���������The House    of.  Commons  sat' barely an hour  today  and then adjourned until Mrnday to  await the government's decision    le-  gn-rding-its  future, course of action \  m view of tlic defeat of, the ministrv ���������  last' nicjht on. John Redmond's  mo-  t-pri' to reduce thc vole for I he Iiish  land ;commissirn.    Tlic  house   ' was  packed  h*v- every  part.   Much evcite-  mcrit:   WJls iVisiWc on all sides, and  there was disposition to view the de-  feat (of  the govei ninent  a.s more serious Jthan   it was ofcne-rally  regarded  hi th'e early hoins this moining. Immediately  after' the house had     as-  semibted Sir Henry CampVell-Banner-  mtti,' thc Liberal leader,  moved     its  adjournment, declaring that it would  he unseemly under  the circumstances  to proceed  with  business  while  the  government  was   considering  us   po-  ;sition. ' Premier Balfour declined  lo  adjourn..the house unlil lhe bill dealing with the .differences of the Scottish United Free Church and the Free  Church  had been passed. *   This   was  quiclily accomplished,' the  house rose  and the excited mcml-crs swarmed into (the lobbies, eagerly discussing, the  piobable     decision , -;of tlie cabinet,  which    dias been sumhioned icnicM.  * ���������r>-*        ^ f -  this ��������� af teriioon." 1 hei; view* that t he  '.government wHl" resign, however,' is  not jheld in jpircles generally well informed of. thVgovernment's intention  'and jit is reiterated that, the -resignation of the Balfour minis! iv is not  UkeljV^n view of. thd almost practi-  That the Only Question at  Issue is One of Recog  nition  this morning's Ilernld says:  There  has  been but little that  is  new developing in'-the local strike situation  lately.      Some hope   that good     ie-  suits would come of the government '���������������  oiler  ol   an   intervention   by  sending  W.  Mackenzie   King, deputy  minister  of   labor    here  to  attempt a settlement  under the piovisuns of       the  Conciliation     Act -was   held put;for  some days,  but word  received   from  Ottawa yesterday does not hold out  so much hope ur this dircchjon, as thc  company has notified the government  that thc only  question at issue between it and .some of the employee^  is  that  of recognition  of thc  union,  which   the company will  not accede  to,   and  1 hat it docs not  think  that  anything could  come of intervention  "Scsteiday R   Smith, M.P., received  alelegiam. from  W.  Mackenzie King,  deputy      minislei   of labor,   slating  f'al   lhe union   had accepted    (be de-  pa> tun ut's oti'ei   of  mlci vent ion,   but  that'    the company had telegraphed  Mr    Kmi'i son ,v the-minister of laboi,  that the only -question at, issue b^-  ivvc'"'ii (*-c company and some of   its  emploj-es was  recognition' oi      the-  l in led      Mine  Workcis of  America,  v.h'li-h   the  company   will, not  accede  lo, and that it feels  that nothing can  rc'ine  of the   intervention.  REPORT VIO  '.-,,:     TORY AT DALINE  Hundred Russians   With  Six Field   and  Three Machine Guns Were Defeated  7   After  Desperate Resistance  Japanese Warships Are Reported to Be Nearing  Vladivostok    and I nhabitants  Are  -   si Fleeing to Khabarovsk  h  Tokio.-iJjily. 21,-T7lt-is.:olhcially announced that Russians who have so  ���������f.u sin rendered at various, points of  Sakhalin Island 'number <1G1, including one colonel and fourteen other  olhcei*,. An Imperial oidinance was  issued this morning atithoi i/.ing the  appointment of non-commissionod of-  hceis     from  the    reserve consciipts,  dusk.  ually gained ground, closing m on  lhe enemy's line of defence waiting  an oppoi tunity foi .an infantry chai-  gv. It was neatly two houis past  midnight when thc enemy's hist line  of defence strengthened hy bain,  cades and trenches was taken This  success was vigoiously followe-1 up  but     it was not until     9 o'clock on  cal * ^certainty v-that' tlie government'  wilf be rehsub-tated 4>y,its normal ma'  |olit> "on  the trial  of strength. Juiy  24th, to which the opposition formally, challenged  thc ministry.  .-ji���������ui���������y^-ztc���������yti���������tu.  -X-K-lV;  also coihverlnig those of sundiy sei-i thc ni>0lm"g of July flth Uia.t the  vice Links into privates of lightin������ I (,,iemy ' was duven -ouVof lhe second  lank. ' ^ I ll,ic <"'1 defence and a victory secured  Tokio, July 21,���������Special telegi.un ! w'tl* UoI)hics of four field and one  fiom DtarsuSays' 'Ihat lire Rus-1 n;ad"e sun- The ���������'l"e of the  sians, defeated at Daime^veic ahtout i ������*'0H"d eYl,0SNl *���������'���������������? Japanese assail-  200 tt-Mi, six field and three - machine j Jl"ls a ^--oat risk. 11, was be-  gVn-j and'v. ti^kHig-tlie fullest advau-1 llcNe(1 Lh'U on ���������account of the short  I age ol I JJie^ tp.pogiraphica.1' chai act er ���������  ol the "���������"���������  I the dis.lrict.'-'onered'the-mofl. desperate > resistance. .Tlie cannonade,  howev ei*7" "" was^pene^*by;'.} "the. Japa-  ne-.e at'siV o-'clock ' ori'j.thi inoniin;  01    July   .������7ian'd,,was j kept up inii'l   repreSLntations  to  The Japanese infantry giad-  regaiding the Biitish steamer Oldha-  mia, burned    by the Russians at Ur-  Copcnhagen,    July  21.���������A despatch  from    St.     Peteisbuig to    Ccdsidan ,  says that private advices received at ^  the  Russian    capital  say that Japan '  ose   warships ha\e been sighted near  Xikolaievst at  the mouth of the,������Ain-  ui     nver. Many of     lhe  1: .*������������������*.',!lints  of Nil-olaiev.sk and Vladivostok',  iL i.s  added,  have fled to Khabaiovsk.'  up Island at  the northern extremity  of Japan in    'behalf of the American  consignors of her    eaLg-> of oil.   'Ihe  Amhassadoi      is r-ndeavoiing to has-*  ten thc sitting of (h������ pjize court, "hut  the    government   is without informaf  tion   in legale! tn  the faplure or the  fate of the ship.  REPRESENTATIOXR  REG ARD-  IXC      TIIE OLDHAMIA  St    Teteisbuig,  July 21.���������The No-  supplics of ammunition and provisions lhe Russians at Sakhalin coul!  not hold out much longei.  St.      Petersburg,   July  21.���������United  Stales  Ambassador Meyer is making I v'oe    Yrpmyn  th  SPORTS  \.^       -v.^       S.^       V||.       -../       \./        w/       v./       \i'  A\     "*1\     /������s     7i\     7i\     7K     -"FN     TfN     ���������*"* '  S11   John  Swincburne obtained   lhe  Ilistiiigin-iJied honor of having       thc  jhree penny bit named  aftci       linn  jhioughout   South  Afuca     When     he  lA-ent to Cape     Town fust theie was  lo coppei coinage an I he was pioVi-  lltnt enough to take out .1 satklul of  The  "smallest   collection  in  sihei.'v  lo he used foi   tipping     So  tlnough-  ut     the colony      this coin  is  still  Known as     ''Sir  John"   when it is  lot called a "tickle!"  Chicago,    111 ,  Jtilv  21 ���������Teamster  slukeis who last night gave up their  long stiuggle against '.the employers,  hioUe     lauks    today 'if'a stampede  r '   1 I ' ^  fOI     VVOlk -  Tht   barns     of   (he   sli ike-affected  films weie besieged hy mcn'who.iave  been  idle foi   months    and vKose places have been filled by non-iiniM J i.en  The   emplovcis    .in many ta.es announced     that   tlneie weie c*  foi  enly  a few   Ot ti\oie ihan   i,'J.ii'v  nun who,quiINnot^moie  than  1,400  01   1,500.will     'lie leinstalcd  during  the next  few dajs    The co-al  team-  sleis and   Uuck dmeis did not *oin    wilh conspiracy. ' The arrest is   the  in  Ihe'insh foi ���������reemployment' JodaV    outcome of Swift's  litigation     with  the   Harvester  Company   ^ It  is said  bv the  Company   Ihat Swift bought  in  Indianapolis a  certain  patent  for  lhe company,  paying   $'15,000,      and  that he then reported  that it could  be purchased for $75,000    This   mi 11  was    paid, and    it is alleged by the  company that Swift and  otheis ical-  lz-cd   the $30,000 difference.  It is     in  connection: with this . transaction that  the     .indictment alleging conspirtcy  was found.  AN   AC.Ell   POET'   S   DEATH  Ced.11   Kails.,   Jul}   21���������Petei   Han-  * *  ^ *���������  sen,,     who  wiole many mcutoiious  poems to the vanoi-s kings of^Dcn-  111.uk, and was al one lime considered in line foi poet lain ate of Den-  111.11 k. died .suddenly last nighl aged  SO years. ,. '  iiarding  the fiitui-e course  of   '���������;  G.ERMAN. SQUADRON  SALUTES THE DANES.  Copenhagen,      "July  21.���������The  first  German    squadron      commanded  by  Grand   Admiral ��������� Vo'n   Kocster,  arrived heie at noon and exchanged    salutes     with the  forts and     Danish  sq iiiad ron.  ; o   RODNEY R. SWIFT ARRESTED  FOR CONSPIRACY  Chicago, Ills., July 21.���������Rodney  W Swift, who recently made allegations, against the International Harvester Company in connection with  ;Siiils commenced by him against  that corpc-iation, was arrested last  night on an indictment charging him  THE WHEEL-  Ogden, Utah, July 21���������Two. worlds  bicycle recoids have been broken at  the saucer tiack here. Jack '-ne  did lhe mile unpaced in 2 00 2-5/  breaking the formei lecoid of 2.00 -  3-5 made by Wharenhurger in New  York- iri  Atfgust,  1800.  S. II      Wilcox loweied  the three-  quarters  mile'   unpaced amateur  record' fiom  1..17  to  1 32 3-5.   The pic-  vious  record was made hy   B.       P  Stowe,   a,t   Springfield,   Mass.   October  1894.  -rO��������� ,    f  BASEBALLt-  catcher ,decayed"^' \  caaie-'fand .paid1 1?ine of $w  Ncm .York,,.' July,21.���������President  ^Pullman, of the'Nat|i'onal Lea|g|ue,  aniiouii'-^d ' t'odayi that Catchei' Petz,  of Piltslnurg, has been suspended for  three days' and /jiJecI "$30"fdr bad con-"  duet 011 July'15,"���������'.when he delayed.the  game.     .���������    \        ������*���������-���������>.  HAD RELATIVES  ON THE SHIP  THE TUI*R���������  iRITANIA COMPANY   ���������.,,.  MAKE RICH STRIKE  Ion is  Copper-gold ore, Vimnin.g $!)0 to lhe  copper     have been    .encountered  at  nIanimo.llr,r.   1-Uufl',   the presence, of the  in the ore. will advance its  value in  * 'copper*: to -a lemai'K.-ihlc .der  gree, .  In    ]irepaialion for  the working of  CHINESE BOYCOTT IS  ,    NOW WORKING.  Siiaiighai, July 21..���������The boycott .of  American goods is now working, but  it' has been agreed that the completion of aU running .contracts for supplies will, be allowed. Meanwhile, ail  1 li3 Chinese shops refuse to sell A111-  oi'icah;.,.;Oods, including Standard oil.  All schools and colleges-in  this sec-  reported to ha-ve been struck  ,11 the Jane workings on "the 'Britan-1 s ",,f!:0 "'  Ma Copper Syndicate.    .  The Values,-over and above, the - av-  rage.of $20 encountered in the. main.-'..t>li-o Jane     workings, on a'.1-ai'gc.-scale-i tioii have decided to dijBcard all. Am  ire shoot of     the Jane, arc said  to   yK.    mi-ning     force-at Britannia was . erican hooks1.'      .  lie    principally     in gold   in the  new   recenlly    slightly increased,  work on o ���������  }trike. The. discovery 'of this remark the Mamnioth - Bluff .wa-s-kiiqckccl off 1 j0hn -. D. Rockefeller is surveying  hie ore shoot iii the Jane workings, and lhe Jane Voi'Whgs were*':attack-'- <he gl.0uiwl for hLs ncw .summer home  s said to have been made 0,1 Ki-wlay   cd ,-��������� ���������;, , -    | at Buttermilk Hill,  across from Ny-  It is      reported that  in    the JaiiD| .- ���������������������������',-_    ,  workings drifting was c6mmehc������l.al-|^k o" the, Hudson. It is to cost  ong the lead of :thc twenty-six foot' $1,000,000, a sum modest enough as  ere shoot, _ which was crosscut compared with the pretentious pal-  shori'iy iiftcSr"- the'late Howard "C.  Wallers  first   look  hold  0'   the prop-  THE RING���������  San     Francisco,     Cal., July tl ���������  James  E    Biitt,   of California,      md  Kid      Sullivan,   of Wasnington,  will  meet in the ring at Woodward's Pa-  villion     tonight.to b.illle for.     lhe  lightweight     chanipionshi])      of  vvoild.   The men will weigh 111  thi:>  evening at 133 pounds and  ',* Mi     n!  be  nearly at  weight       Butt   s   1 to  1  favorite    and even  wilh thesj odds  the  Sullivan  money  is not ipleiLiiful,  his backers palient'ly waiting to^   %.i  chance lo bet when   the odds M   up  a point or so,  which il is consi.leud  likely to do bfore  1he meeting.     The  little1 fighters aie 111 the pink of condition, knd    a lively battle is -expected..  ���������Q���������  Chicago, 1)1 , July 21���������".Inn"  Hull, foimeily pugiilislie champion  of Australia, who fought with Roht  Fit'/simmons foi the laigesl puisc  everiofTeied in a prr/e nng,, was aires ted yesterday on a charge of  theft. Tt was asserted hy the Police 1 that Hall was one of the three  men who attempted to pick, the pockets of a passenger on a slreet car.  Hall denies the charge.  london,  July 21.���������Ar, the Sundown  Park  Eclipse  meeting . today   the, Ec-  liise stakes (of 10,000 guineas) about  ime mile and a quarter,   weie won by  IW   Blano's   Van   D'Oi,   whichdefeated  lhe   Derby   winner   Cicero"   "Danny"  Cicero,  Lend      Rosehuiy's  hitherto  unbeaten      coll,   which   stalled       a  w>uiii   favorite,    -at 13 to 8        The  French   horse,  however,  won   hy lull  a length. ���������  THE YACHT-  AMERICAN YACHT  DEFEATS CAN \!)l \X  Montreal, Que, Ju!ve. 21 ���������The \111-  enean yacht Manc-hcslor tcKlay .iv;.mi  defeated the , Alexaifdna, defeiu'c of  the Sewaiihaka Cup, in possessrui of  (he Royal SI. I.awience Yacht  Chin  hi last. week, pending a careful examination of the find by .fur t her  i-ork and dcvelopmcii't, news of the  l-.lrikc has been kept as quiet as  liossible, and only today did any.  Idling leak out in Vancouver concerning it.   It is     further asseile-1   that  stringers    of native copper 'have been ..._. .  (ijiipovered in the tunnel in the Mam-' have been .made.., As yet the'full ex- ( rounding country so beautiful that  mot}-- liltiR where work was carried tent, of the ore body lias not ^kcen de- ( even among the most costly crea-  'all    last     winter hy two men.   h-i-mincd,     and information    is being 'tion������ pf recent years his home   will  erlv     five    vears ago.    In'   this lieW |   ,  drift the    rich pre ' strike is said to, cn 1S fi0 commanding and the  aces of so many  modern millionaires  .; but" the site Mr. Rockefeller has chos  sur-  TENNIS---  London, July 21.���������illokoinbe Ward  and William A. Laened have been selected for the singles and Ward and  Beals C. Wright for the doubles in  the challenge round, for-the'Davis International Tennis. Trophy, play for  which Will he bogtiii at. W-'mbledo.n  today. But 1 he right is retained to  change these iioniinations,at the last  moment. The meeting is looked forward to with great' interest and  practically every seat has been already booked. The English players  are anticipating a very close con-!  test.  AMERICANS   LOSE  TWO TENNIS. GAMES.  London,   July   21.���������In  fli-* eli il'e'ig.-:  round     singles for  the  Pa's  l-iiui.  trophy  at  Winihle-doiitod iv, "S.     il.  Smith   (.English)   beat   W.-u.   '..  l.ar-  ifctrd   (American)   0-1,   0-1.  r-7.   0-',*.  Hugh L.  Doherty'(Engl:s*:i) beat Hoi  combe Ward (American) -J ���������:. (-1   ('. 2.  The race was .1 Inangulai   one    an I  ua.s sailed  111 a strong wind  GOLF-^  Chicago, ills., July 21.���������In .Hie  semi-finals for the Ravinoals' Cup  at Onvventsia Golf Club cour<-c loll iv II ChanJIei Egan met Keniv*-t1i  I'd wards, the Chie'ago inier-school.u  111 t'himpion. The cthei sepii-fmLi'  and \\    Ilovvaid,   p .  In    last   evening's  Ledoer was an  article about  the  wieek of the Jane  Giey     A Mr   A. G    Kings'lev, vwho is  a passenger on the Senator Hut sailed  today  foi   Nome,  is asuivivor of  lhe wicck. Last, evening a family l.v-  nig in  L.idvMniili  who losl   lt'lalives  (two  young     men)   on   the   ill-fated  ship, :-.iw  Ihe aiticle and immediately  loo! od up Mr   Kingsbury to,get,  if  possible,  some  infoimatioii about  lhe I wo young  men  who were      on  bo.tnl  al   (he  lime of the wreck,  and  whose   motliei,   living east,  is clinging  lo   the  hope  that one  or*   lx>th  might   have lev n among the suivivois  foi   ik'Sinle all their inquiries hereto-  foie,      the relatives   had  never been  able  lo get   lidnigs  from any one of  the suivivois    Mr   Kingslyuiy chanced      loj'e  a loom-mate of  the'two  young men on board the Jane Grey.  He saw them  nflei  the wieck     and  was  able  togiive  lhe   fueuds Hie  in-  foimalion  they had so long .som^IiI in  vain.  today devotes a'lead-  'Jcveinnici'-.t ing oiticJe lo the alleged peace conditions as published by the Berlin  Taceblaft and Frankfort Zeitung,  dwelling specially on the specification, against'double 1 tiacking the &i-  berirn railroad which the papei de-  I clares is utterly unacceptable in ev-  eiy way, .being equivalent t0 the political and economic suicide of Russia  EMPEROR. NICHOLAS  WILL REMAIN AT    10MD  SI Petersburg, July 21.���������Emperor  Nicholas remained at the -Jeteci,i'.  P-.ilace. The repoi t that lis Afjijes-  ty was to start on a sea voyage to  meet Empcior William, has --..���������-1 , ih-  cially denied No such trip 1, cr.zi  templaled.  WE\TIIER  BUREAU  PREDICTS  RELIEF.  DOIK110BORS ARE  AGAIN     MOVING  SI    releisbuig, July 21���������The Dou-  phohois    are piepaiing aiiothei  large  emigiation     movement   to     Canada  The community     at  \ak"isi-: is si'l-  ,fi ing its     piopei tj  and  leave in a body.  ���������o���������  CRICKET-  1  WashHugitoji, 1) C , July 21.���������The  United States weathoi hmeau today  gives most encouraging information  as to the genei.il weather conditions  Fiom the alnoiuully of the heat 10  lhe abnormally cool seems to he the  trend of the atmospheric lecoid. The  1 ei 011   sav s  The   tempciaf-ne eonliiiues  to fall  slowlv   111   New England and the mid  die  Atlantic states,  the lale region  and the Ohio valley    On 1he lake region the fall 111 temper at 111 e has now  cnut-jiiK d   upwaids  of 06  houis, and  as a cousc(|iience     abnormally      cool  weal hei   epi- bed  1 his mcming    from  lhe   uppei   lake  ie,ion,   with   alight  ficst  nl   Eseanaba    lt, will be slight  ly cooler tonight   in the eastern portion   uf  the middle    Atlantic states,  .nil      a continuation   of   the  piesent  Ci ol1  wave  in   the   Ohio   valley      and  36  piepaiing to ' lowei   late   legion  foi   the next  I bonis  111.1v   be  anluipated.  lYVhjle    no    large deposits of native ^���������wj-thheld as much as possibte.  be one pf the show places oi^merrca  6-0,  New   York,   July   21.���������Thirteen Kn-  gli..h      cfteketers of    the ;i\laryI-"-!inn  Club, will play matches'in the United  Slates  and   Canada.-  The captain    is  SV.  Munn.    The  ti-.'.'.m   arrived   l.i'ay  _o���������  FOOTBALL-  No answer     has as .yet  been received  from  the  Cumber! tnd  footballers  to the challenge sent up by   (he Lady-  .smith men on Monday.   The challenge-  was to play a match with  Ladysmith  team on    neutral,grounds with aneu-  tral      referee aiid  for $10  or more a  man.  I    The     Cumberland boys are said  to  1 ho.:   congratulating   themselves   upon  I playing     a draw with Ladysmith,'So  it is to be hoped  they will  have sufficient   grit, in them .to,play a mnl'di  on-neutral    grounds-.    The Ladysmith  men" are not at. all .satisfied  with  ihe  manner  in which  the la si   match was  pulled off, and are conl'dijtl   that given a fair     chance they can obtain a  victory over the Cumiberla.nd 1cain.  If it ever comes off, the match will  without doubt be a.liyely one  A NEW INDUSTRY  FOR NANAIMO  A  contract     was closed  yesterday sed  at the quarry and  the  which   was   intended  to give. Naiiai'ino   pulling  up     buildings   an:  only tc that of   stone dressing and sawing machinery  .me wlihli in Hie, will commence at once. ?t is the in-  work    of  installing  an industry    second  coal    mining,     and  course    of    years  may  become e.vcu   (cut ion of the company to .eqjuip  the  more important.   From its inception; quarry     with the latest    machinery,  1 *  it   will  employ     something over one   s0 that     all dimension stone will be  hundred    'men,  many .of them skilled   taken  to San Francisco.  mechanics. The     contract     vvill require about  Yesterday the Northwestern Con- three years lo fill, more than one  si ruction Company, which i.s leasing hundred men "Will be constantly email:! operating the Newcastle cpiav-1 ployed and in a,few mouths -quite a  ries, closed a contract with the Un- little village, will he hwilt up on  itcd Slates government for the fur- Newcastle Island,  nishing of the stone for the building The company is preparing to  W an immense drydock at Mate I si- charter a fleet of sailing ships ia  and  navy van!   at San Fi-anciscc.        which the     dressed    .stone,    is to be  This d'rvdock will be- the la.-V'-t o-.   transported   to the  Golden  Gate  ,,',.,,        This  industry,   which,  as  remarked  ,|p    Pacilie er-nst and will-admit lhe-   herore|  w.���������������������������  bc gecom,  in imporfcailce  1.,1-gisl     hnttleship      afloat.   It  will   in     Nanaimo,      will  likely  grow to  lost     several     million dollars in its   large     proportions, :as    the company  construction,     and    reqiuirino-    many   has several Targe contracts in sight,  hundreds     of thousands    of yards of which citay require still larger eiqiuip-  stc-ne. ment and     a greater number of em->  All  the stone will lie cut and dres- ployeesJn a short time. _  _> THE DAILY lEObtR  ���������rublipoed   every   day except Sunday.  E?Y        THE        DAILY        LEDGER  OOMP-VNY.  Offices,   Ladysmith and   Duncan1?  SUBSCRIPTION  PRICE  90 cents   a  month,    $5  per  year    in  Advance.     Advertising rate** on ap  plication.  l-'JllliA^,   .11 LY  21.   100  DAILY LEDGER  R[EMEnBERl^D������������������"^5 )*:  6Sg, F.  , y, ii,.     .~���������.        .   ��������� .**. -.--   ���������������������������"|~������  When     you     want a good    piciuie ���������   Meets In the Opera House 1st and  ���������Ird Tuesday at 1.SO p.m.   Worthy  Piesident, B   Porcimmer;     Worthy  in. i.i\ inl-: n \n \  (ILORIOI'S   .1 Mi  Ki.nix      I'll",,      low.i,���������      Epi-c-.ii.il  diiiiLli   nicks  ol   SoutliD.itota      ..c^'  );iuili\      si u ltd      bv   ilie  \uhilt\tCon   Rev     T.   ('     ���������'.'���������"���������-"��������� '     '  DiMilvvood,   lias hi'i'ii on   i  ' o--1      '  '-  mis   spier.   Mi*-   .HiL'st   in   I cm        iv  W.i-s   I'JInwi'd   bv   inc. lutci wntion   (d  uiiUu-i li.il   H lends .mil lie was  sp.ncd  lhe   liumili. In n   ol   bcinji,  lodged      in  Uil     li   in.- ���������uliih'-icoii bad   been Ic-s  i mli,i.s   lhe   .iliaii    would  have h.id   a  cn.iiicc  nf   cuh  linshid   up,  bill        he  s .o d..luc i   lb'-   pc-oi'le   i"   * lie   hole  w Iui i- lie was slaving end loanud Ha-  -lii't-is  usiii.; nuclei ical  l.tni;uac,c.   lie  imind   tl li^lii   in oidi'Lina;   pdcsli ions  ������in      or llu*    vvav  and    then  sayi'iu,,'  wilh  airuu.'W    '���������When  I'm  gocd,   I'm  vciy  nooil  in.h'cil,   but when I'm  bad  I'm .hoiiid "       In  com i   Kc-v    U. u  was      fined      %'.ia.    It   is   not   known  wl'i'tlici   r.islup   Ilarc has   lakm  ac- - .......  lion. Rev Mi Waic is aithdemon lualiliv man, bin *;i,vf over his son's .debtedness , .incurred except on ,, a  of ihe Black Hills disi.iicb, one ot tho man iai;e undoubtedly slunl'iud his* f wiitten order signed by the secretary  AtMlihU'sl   anl   most   unpen lant   di-    hL*,   foi   he was dead  inside" of    thicc   Rowland  Machin . , .  visions oi   the   Episcopal   diocese     ol   mouLhs ^   *       V.  I.   EXPLORATION & DEVEL-  'lamp that we have a well assorted  slock of all $j7es fiom ,15c to $t.00  or we will make any si/e al most  reasonable     rates    A    full      line of  'mouldings  to     choose fiom.  We also  carry a supply of <   i.  >AS5E   PAR'tOUT    PIC  TURE PAPER BINDING  It keepsyour photos from  being spoiled  Wc also have  the edc-bialed  Lemon  Polishing .   Oil  for   /in in I ure or any  other varnished surfaces.   Will  repair  Secretary, C. H. Rumminga-  DAY  SCHOOL-       ,.' ���������   ,  - U*uai subjects -taught;, also;*; languages, drawing in* pencil ajMt cray-  -ons, paint ng in oils and Water colors, pianoforte and vocal leisons giv-  en in classes ������r, individually.  ' \ MISS BERTRAM,  V* ~    "  ladysmith. B   C.  Under New JVlanacinent'  Hotel Wilson  - <T     . , J\  mmmM  _______    AGENTS.   vf-  South   Dn.l-.ota.  Whe���������  Samuel   Rev.ncr dies  the Mi)- OPMENT CO., LTD.   _0  0(((|  ,W)in   wlMCll  he-meiH.s  An     ln. ; Non Personal Liability  DISINHERITED  FOR MARRY- ^ come   ttl���������   Lesel(   lo  tho  sUtc,      so,   Victoria, li. C.. May 18th, 1905.  ING   A   DANCI-'R (|la(  *lls W1|e can ���������ol   t0uch ono .pen-  A  Rccenl   despatch fiom  Puts, l'a^ Ii;i; ,lol Uln  <uiy nf l!ie cluldien  that  -���������ays     Ol   the vast   foi tune ol  .LuolT* 11M>   |(l.  -.,,������������������   l0 llu* co.iple   Thc, will  S,   Rev moi,   nullioniiiie conicctii n r, a|S0  s(atcs  spccilkally   that   the  in-  Saiiiiicl S    Ucvinci, his only .son .*n<l |lMc.s,   s*u*'   uC   piiu|  nito   Iho hinds  lhe  idol   of his   -.ai cuts'   hcail ,   will ()f (|lp <.fllli  .',,������������������  I|() 01U. ,.]sC.    IUmci-,-  icr.pii e f/iily .in income of   <U ���������. i ^  " juo S.imuil     _Kevmci'.s evpcndituits  lllil),   .luoidii-i;   to  the   Ictnis  cf     IX'    luSe .unoui,(0d  to  o ci   1.20,0011       a  will  oi      .Jacob   Rcympr,  -whili  v\as vta).  filt il   led .iv. l'   ��������� ��������� ' "      "  Iminrdialdv     ailci  .Tac-c-b Rcvmci NOTR'IO  leal ned Hint  Ins .son had  niai i K'd \el    he  Pans,   pen nival  danciiif*, rii!,  lie  scratches cn     your; piano and give a  polish thai  you can sec youi   face in. , . ���������    -     .  ladysmith Wallpaper Depot   Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinneil &Woodbanki  HARRY  KAY Proprietors.  FIRST AVENUE Mo,,prn and     strictly  Firrt ClaM.'  C'oinniercial Mens' headquarter*.  Fire Proof    Ituildiny.  HOTEL DOMINION  Canadian  Railway  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������  ^TLANTICJSTEAMTHIP TICKETS*  Tickets on Sale To and From all European Points 7 :  '>";*        Af LOWEST KATES  ,    / ALL LINES   KEPRESENTED: .t>,.  For Sailing Dates, Rates and ful 1  information,  -   ������'  80 Govt.  Street, Victoria B.C.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist. Freight &.-Pass.. Agt.  ������^*M^-^.^.-#^'^������^^.'������^.<������-*J������.-������ Ki^i^-M;K'k������*id<*'&K*^i^'k&i^  ;! T^Hfe: TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     I  . i  t  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, CiOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Wof ka at  LADYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  -������������������-.-i .'l.  , ��������� Hntei |1.25 ar.d*l.50���������  Free bui to -all B team boat landings ant  railwt>y"depot������. ' Electric earn eveiy ������iv<  mionltei to all parts of   the city.   Bai  and table unexclled.  -   F. BATNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT- ST.,  VANCOUVER  B, C.  Anvouo lending ������ ���������katrh and daaorlptlon mn  qulokly uncertain our oplnloa tm% womIiwbii  !   invanttnn ii proliublr PatentmbI*.  ConnDumc*.  1   nuns strict lycoiia<l������ntiml. Handbook ouPawnu  -  -juiit Una. OUIost agancjr forseourtpcJMtMiU... '  .i                      ii,���������m        iu;..   ,ir,io   ilu.   undi-l'dii-iipil   '      Pat ont* taken turou'ib'iluiin  i'h.iut,ed  his   will  and ]>iaclicaljy  m-.-      .oom      Ibis   tlaie   uu   unuu.a0neu    rtncMt*  *To. rtcalf���������    ..   ._   ubi _  ;   tp-f fail notice., -without cn-������Tgt. ta.tbjL  Inhciiled   his son     He was ni.y,i.l,    will   not   l.e   ie������po.i-*ible   for 'any   in-  |    ������gjg|J{jfjg jf|(^fg|||[;t  ~~ *4 hiui.l������oniBly niuitratad waaklr.   iMga&jAr-  cuiation <>r any aclentlflo'Journal'.   Tertna, 18 a  Newly Tilted up and  i^uinislied  Good tables and good  Rooms  PORTLAND HOTEL  ANGELOTATE, PROP.  Board at reasonable  Kates  Tbe bar i-, extid   well  Stocked  cuiation or any aclentlflo'lournaT.   Tertna,f8 a   I  ic^r. fr.ur mortlbt fl.* Soldbf������,1 .-BewiOanlara ;  ���������Ji i .. ti Oin.o. >.*2.'. *> Sit.  Wai>!lll.&t vn. II.C , ,  Dealers In   Pianos and  Organs ..  r* (    i    .������  y  THE JONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Gpfd Bai  (Half Block from Depet.).  GATACRE   STREET-   -Ladysmith.  The comfortable way  EVERYTHING    THAT'S GOOD IN  TRAVEL  IS YOURS IF  YOU USE THE  .     .<      '     ,1-       Sl<7    ,'-���������       '  ���������  2  Overlahds  Daily  a  Ladsvmith  Merchant Tailor  B. C.  ������p    Jbxpressing  Light or Heavy Teaming*  Wood and Bark for Sale  RI ClfiIRS   FOR   I1IR1-: x:~*   *���������   Rod.  KEMP,  or Iciivc orlr-is       at  I^eiu'l^'Si Transfer Stables  l'lRKT   AVENUE "'I'IIONE (i-0.  rue CITY MHRK8T  R. WilJiaiuson Prop  isi. Avenue Liidysmith B. C,  ���������'r-te-ass^iJiisk���������=i - ~**. j***.*xt~~*���������^  k  ^tSx.  i*n.-/*c*x-*j*J���������a  SI iZ'CxMt ^������2������2  r  a *������  Atliiilinn is ctllcd  lo (lie      f.ict  that  the  srilvie Flour mISIs Co.,   Limited,  ?i    mJ-.cis   of   KOVAL   HOUSEHOLD    PLOOK.      have, fin  some  lime.  ������1    jiasl  lici'i'. "irbdncing .lliinr in a'-'a'stly   improved   and   purified   forni ..  !���������   by  Uie aid   or:������iLECTWClTY-      .  K      and  liaviiuT Kccnred  oonlrol   of    ^H  Hie busic patents n-latiiii*-  lliei-:*-  ra-  to,  ta'l'i'  Ibis o|i|ioi'luriil,y of advising   Hie   public   that   any   iinaiith-  "\.  ori/i-d  users of  the"electricid     llonr  purifying   processes   will  he prosecuted.  Ogilvio Flour Mills Compiiny I.?jaiit������d  re   tJiO   only    millersi iu Canada wHiose   Floux, i^  p pariiied by the. elec<rio p?.vocos3  renovated.  'I his   ! l.i(..-l   ha������    be.iMi   coniplctcly  Hoard  and  kiiij-'ing $1.1)11  per day.  HOTEL    PRETORIA  l"ar   "supplied   with   tlie   Best-    Wines,  Kind  HILBERT  i  ;  Passengers can leave Victoria daily   *i *  at fiir������ p.m., or ������ p.m., where dosej^  connections    is' ~ made ' to all   points Jo  East.  I  CLERMONT LIVIN6ST0M,  i."'  e   .    ,   6inera1 Manager.  ���������*sV������tfc'M-4S^'f!-,<a������m-sVfe#)  THOS. KIDDIE.  Smelter Manager.  i,t-i  W. SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  .DEIIVJERY,  1 W������RK PROMPTLY DO* ":  Lssf-ro srdera at tbe' Abbotsford.  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PAKI0RS  .' --    i  HIGH STREET.'  :���������:���������: Best in the Oity .-���������i���������J.  -i"*" "'���������v.ir-ia  ���������All*' '^ ---!-.l -U-*.  RaTJtS fa.w r8R"OAV-  aA-stpi,* rooms ���������-..: i  BAR SUPPI,IEr> WITH BKSt.  WINKS, WQUORS, CIGARS  .   \   i    ,  \l  '      ' . , '-'���������'���������'.   11.   -J  Bwitaeeomb^ation in tqwn.   Splendid huntinsc'and fishing in near violnity.  A. J; McMURTRIE, Proprietor  .'     "' ! ^ 1- '  '    LADYSMITH, B. C.  m  ���������      LIVERY, BOARDING AND  l.   ;4  '* 1*      ?  of  1 HENKY'S NURSfRIES  NEW CROP-  i  Home Grown &  Imported ,*  GARDEN,     FIELD     an������l FLOWER  .   SEEDS.  Job  "Famous Flyei"  leaves Seattle 8 a.m  "Fast Mail" leaves Seattle ... 8 p.m  2  NICiUTS TO ST. PAUL.  1       8 nights to Chicago."  :      1   NIGHTS TO   NEW  YORK.  SHORTEST ROUTE TO ALL KOO  TENAY  POINTS.  ACROSS    THE    MOUNTAINS    IN  DAYLIGHT,  on or address  S. CI. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  O.W.P.A., 7S Government st  Seattle, Wash, Victoria, B.C.  Done Promptly and  At  Lit-nors and Cigars.  1st Avenue.:-:  :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  1M  . ca  Prop  ��������� ��������� ���������  1st   Avenue  THOUSANDS; OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  vHODODENDRONS,   ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND IIAPvDY  '' PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or' less.     Catalogue free.  3010 Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  Are You  Going East  Then lis sure your tickets read   via  the  F flcB Young  BARRISTOR and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO. LADYSMITI-  *  *  :: |  r  .f  f  LADYSMITH f  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK  A/SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  * PHONE 66  WM. HUNSIE, President  J. W.  COBURN, Man.  Direstoc  Telephone;46.  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co  Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH���������Shingles a Specialty.  ��������� ..    ,    ,   .r    ���������Manufacturers    of��������� h������  RouJH>'h and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, l^aths,  -     Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  aad .Klla   DrM  Flooring     and  Finishing    Lumber  la   Stock.  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor.  Government.     and   Yates  Sti  Victoria, B. C-    .  Trains  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  Vic  3  3  THE CANADIAN BANK  GF/GQMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  'B. E. WALKER, Gsneral Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Marmgs*  BANK MONEY ORDERS  1  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Pacific  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST TRAINS,  THE  LOWEST  RATES,   THE FASTEST. TIME.  BETWEEN   ?  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS  CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information  ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  ���������������������������    i  General  Agent,  720 2nd Ave.", Seattle.  One of which is the famom  "North  Coast" Limited,".  Up-to-date     Pullman    and     Tourist  ���������sleepers on all trains. Through. ticket's   issued   to all   points   East      and  South,  also  Pullman  tickets  issued  and  berths reserved.    ."'-..���������*  Excursion rates now in effect  to Portland Fair. Bound trip  rate #11. Only directfine to  Yellowstone Park.  Steamship tickets on sale to all  Europeun points. Very low rates  now in -effect. Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire.  Foi: furilii*r' particulars c.-a 11 or  write the ollice.  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATE8 :  $3 and under '  3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10  6 cents  ������������    $io        ������' " $30  10 cents ���������   .  "    $3A      ." " $50  15 cents  These Order* are Payable at Par at any office in C inula of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal hanking point.-, ji the United Stat-M.  .   *'",'-������������������ WKQOTIABLK ATI FIXKD KATE A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC   , LONDON^EN^   C7  They form so excellent method of remittin   small suuiu tit monmf  s with safety and at small  ;ost.  LADVFVJTH BRANCH -���������  W.  A.  CORNWALL.   Mamager.  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and: making to order   a  speciality.  THOriAS MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  Best accommodation lor  transient  ind permanent hoarders and lodgers.  O RAND      HOTEL  A. D' CARLTON,  A.G'.P.A.-'' N.P.,  Portland, Ore.  This new Hotel has been comfort-  Phone VuV.n '156. a'>ly'furnished and the bar is np-to-  d������te.    Rates* Jl.Wi a day    and    up-  'w'vrtis.'-;'   7._    ������������������  WM. BiBVERIDGE.Prop.  sVilasa'lt ;-������b������ :��������������������� fe������-: j^c Ladysmith  C. E. LANG  General Agfnt  1'ictorla, B.C  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  Z...,,X  ''     ON THE ESPLANADE.-. ..  PASTRY OF���������ALL KINDS NEATLY   ]l  BAKED AND PRESH.      7 |  Co������fectionary of all kinds.   ,  Orders taken for Pastries to hi delivered at any time. .        '  Employment Agency,  HAY. GRAIN AND  rARMDRODU(f  Orders will be delivered anywheri  in the city proniptly and at the loW  est .possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, mi mm  Bgplanade. DAILY!LEDGER  ifi  Plant',  Specification! aud Details     furnishcta for all kinds  , of work ia the CARPENTER  Line  "C. B. ROBELEE, Carpenter  and Joiner, 2nd ave, Ladysmith, B. C.  AND  Its   Great   Resources  NOTICE.  Persons ' found using bur Patent  Bottle or Stoppers-after this Botice,  will be prosecuted.  HUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  Ladysmith. B.C.  Ill  ajarrsi  2>'i'i  If!  It Did Not Work.  Mills is a small tradesman and business  U not very brisk with hini. Ho has tried  Beveral plans for attracting attention to  his wares, but people do not beem to take  kindly to his establishment. Tho other day  he thought he had a splendid chance of a  tteol advertisement, but it did not come  off.     Ic was m this way:  He had sold something to ������ chance customer, who afterward returned to coin-  pluin Mills declined to refund the money ,  and tlie man became violent. ,  "I've a good mind to"��������� began the customer threateningly Mills quickly seized  thu opportunity. , .-  f  "Do iti" ho shouted, his face, lighting  up with pleasure "Hit me, mop up cho  floor with me, thrash me within an'iuoli"  ot lay lite    Do iti   I dare you to do iti"  Visions of a Jong report In the paper*  and of crowds of, people coining'to tho  shop to buy things just to get a look-at  him and the scene of tho fight Hashed  across his mind, and ho, felt positively  lubilunt, but the man was scared bv his"'  earncstness'ond.cleared out Milk*' chance"  was gone again, and ho is still on the'  lookout for tax attraction. ��������� Poarsou'u"-  Weekly  No part ol British Columbia today offers *o-many anvantagssjo. the  Investor as dof-s VANCOUVER ISL AND,    j ' *       \ ''    > \   " '  -    -    - . ' {     _*. .  ' .     i   - .' /    Pr f  '���������' Its vast and varied natural wealth has*never been as yet thoroughly;,  appreciated by reason of t,ie fact th at ifc has "eV<* ***' P������������i-������*|y laid  before the puhiic. , n J   :- '    -    . -* .  Leads Them  IN QUALITY  All  Had Reixoii to Reuieiuber Him.  * Justice. Cuve was once walking, along  Oxioid -street, London, with two little'  boys A man was selling toyson the curb '  stone . One of thu boys asked lor a toy "���������  Sii Lewis turned back and bought two\  When he had gone, it was noticed that the,  uiun looked rather white  A passerby -aid to him, "Do you know  that gentlemani"'    ,  "Ves," ho said, "I knows him, hut he  don't know mo.    Ho onco gavo me  pears I-'-���������-London Telegraph  two  -:o:  ��������� rtr&-.AXii**xrr r^lf  COAL  TIMBER  PISH  >GAME  ~\  GOLD  SILVER  IRON  copper  ^. P. RltrlET,.  &Co., Ltd  ' H Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :--: :-: :-: .-: :-B.C.  Self Kenpect.  ���������'Ye orter huve 6ccn yersclf smlrkii  an priminn whon ye asked Uie lady lur s  piece o' pio," remarked Meandering Mike  "Anybody u'd a thought ye considered  jrerself a beau ideal."  "That's wot lam," replied Plodding  Pete. "I'm a hobo Ideal "���������Witshinucwt  Star.  Ybc Vc-ruigstei. cms Hi* vix&sa.  "Wen," said  Mi-.   CJojIin-jto'a. "th*  ftn-ngstcr has cut his linger.    Tho only  ���������nrprisiiiR thing is that���������he didn't do it  tho first day he got the knife.    How he  did it ho doetsn' t know himself, except  that the knife slipped and the lirst thing  *he knew his finger was bleeding.   Then  he ran   to his mother.    His face w������* ���������  White,    but   he   didn't   cry,   whiel*  *-  thought was very brave, aud 1 think ������v  still. His mother wa-'hed the finger gea ,  tty and then bound it up with a atrip ol  toft,   worn,   white' cotton   cloth    tied  ���������round  not with  a piece  of  common  *������rd, but with  a  narrow strip torn ot!  ihe edge of the cloth itself.  I heard ht.r:  tearing it, and I fc-ioughfc it sounded fa- i  fciiliar, and then 1 remembered that was  Jibe way my niothet   used  to do up my  finger.  .; "Then  the  boy went around with  that finger  held   out  straight from the  rest of  the baud and with  a solemn  look on his face, but he couldn't stuj  solemn long, and it was surprising tow  quickly his finger healed too.   Then his  mother put a cofc ova   it, a finger cut  from an  old kid  glove -.just what my  mother used to do, too, and I wonder if  all mothers do these things just alike),  to protect it for a day or two mow until  it gov fully well.  That was wholly new  to him, and it pleased him very much.  He wore the glove finger with tho proud  but reserved dignity of ono convalescing  from  a  saber stroko instead of a cut  from his first'knife/ and it all made me  feel young again, my self.���������New York  Bon,  *  v  I  ���������J-  *  4-  .T.  t  ���������I-  Union  inwisig Co  NANAIMO,   B. C.  t  flanufacturers of the  'British Columbia  Beer  In |  and Porter Guaranteed  Brewed  Lager  tfrom the Best Canadian Malt RuniHops  ���������K-*-H*'--H"4**--H*-4~S'*4~!"������-H*^^  Its Vast Agricultural Resources  Its land, when properly cleared,   will grow almost any product 0f the  soil known  to man, ' ' ! ���������    ' ' ' '  WHEAT  -VEGETABLES *  OATS  RYE  OF  ALL   KINDS  APPLES.  PRUNES  PEARS  A WONDERFUL SOIL FOR SMALL-   FRUJTS^AND^ ^BEJRRIES.  The Canadian Pacific Company will   adopt  a literal   land  policy,   and  the     1,500,0*0 acres controlled     by  hie terms to actual settlers.  them will he disposed of on*reason-  Governnient lands can Lie secured     and     money can he made hy those  who desire a new home in a country   possessing the  BEST CLIMATE  In the World  .THE DAILY LEDGER, Ladysnii   th, will   supply  any   information   on-  ta'nable  fro those who contemplate   a\isit with' a view  of investment  il  conditions arc found, as advised.  Is the centre of thc g������eat coal mining    district;     a beautiful Harbor,  where hundreds of great colliers come  in   each  year. * N  LADYSMITH  -IT IS THE  JUNCTION OF TM E      LINE    FROM*  VICTORIA  TO  VANCOUVER, and will continue to  grow in importance as7the Island is  developed.  Subscribe lot and read THE DAILY. LEDGER, LADYSMITH,, B^C  The New Western Hole  Good rooms,     good beds; and goo~d board.  Our Bar is newly fittedup and -well supplied and is in charge of  JOS. PELLIGRINELLi  FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION LANDS IN MANITOBA THE NORTHWEST TElli  RITORIES' . AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.    .��������� (  Coal���������Coal lands may' be purchased  at $10 per acre "for soft coal and $20  for anthracite.   Not more than 320  acres, can be .acquired by one individual ,or,company. Royalty at the rate  of ten cents "per ton of 2,000 pounds  shall be collected on the gross   out-.  put.  .. Quartz���������Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companion  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free mi^ei'e certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advance  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company,according  to  capital. [  ��������� A  free     miner, having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  tame with two legal posts, bearing  location notices, one at each end   on  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen     days if located within    ten  miles of a mining recorder's office, ona  additional day allowed  for every additional .ten miles or  fraction.   The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At least $100 must be expended  on the claim each year or paid to  the mining recorder in lieu thereof.  When $500 has been expended or paid  .the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase tin* lano  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may  be granted by the  Minister  of     the Interior  tu   lorate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 160. acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of a  Royalty of 2J per cent, of thc sales  of the products of the location.  Placer Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T., excepting the Yukon Territory���������Placer mining claims generally  are LOO ft. square, entry fec$f>, renewable yearly. On tlie North SasKal  ������hewan River claims are either bar  or bench, the former being 100 feet  long and extending between high and  low water mark. The latter includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill or bank, but not exceeding 1,000 feet. Where steam power is used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.  Dredging" in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukon  Territory���������A free miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable in  the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined_to the  submerged bed     or bars of the river  below low water mark, and subject  to the rights of all persons who have  or who may receive,  entries for bar  diggings-^ir bench claims,  except on  the Saskatchewan   River,   where   the  lessee'may dregde to high water mark-  each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each  five aiiles,  hot where a person  or company    has  obtained more than oae lease       one  dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-.  tion is sufficient.   Rental, $10     per '-  hnum for each niile ot river leased. ���������  Royalty at the rate of 2J per ceh't.'^  collected on the output after it ex- *  ceeds $10,000.    '  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of.five miles each may be  granted to a free miner* for a teim of  twenty years, also renewable.  The lossec-s right is confined to tin-  submerged bed or bars in the 1 iver  below low "water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its posiMon on the  lstday of August in the year of the  tlie date of the lease. '       f. 7  The lessee shall have one dredge ia  operation within two years from, the  date of the lease, and one dredge'- foi  each five miles within six years from  6uch date. Rental, $100 per mile for'"  first year     and     $10 per   . mile for  each subsequent year.  Royalty,-samY  as placer mining.  Placer Mining in the" Yukon Terrp  tory���������Creek, gulch, river and hill*  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  e������gth, measured on' the base line 01  general direction of the creek or-gulch  the width being from 1,000 to 2;000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250 feet square. - ,  Claims  aie marked      by two  legal  posts,  one at each'end,   healing   11O  Csea For Cork.  Among the many articles made ironi  cork waste is the familiar cork grip i'oi  1 bicycle handles. By a secret process  j the -waste is pressed into tho required  i ihape, and. strange to hay, tho grips thus  I  I' made are stronger - and .uiore durable 1  than those manufactured from cork  wood, -although the latter gives a much  imoother finish. Cork slabs ior insulating purposes, life preservers, cork solci  and insoles and penholders aro also  made from cork waste. It is very largely used for a filler in the lin'-ag of cold  Itorage and ice houses, sim? cork ia a  vionconductor of heat.  Another aud a unique usv' of cork is  that'to wUich"itl'is''piit'~m"tfro interior  ironwork andf-plates of ironclads and  iteamers.betw'-iieri the bottom ot the vessel and th'e-eeoond er-'false floor in order  to prevent rnsfc.** The "interior surface of  the ironwork, is coated with paint, and  ' while the latter" is still wet it is powdered with  cork dust iii the same waj  that wood is sanded  to resemble stone.  The waste sometimes takes the place of  asbestus in covering steam pipes.    Both  cork wood and waste make a very desirable handle or grip for fish  poles,  which is a comparatively recent idea.  Cork  hata  and  helmets, gill or  seine  corks, ring-buoys and mooiing buoys,  cork fenders for vessels and cork caps or  washers for tops of. cans roprcsen t als.i  some of the uses of this article.���������Nev  York Commercial-Advertiser.  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at- shorn   notice.    Drill  Sharpened by us always gives satisfaction.  Picks  handled and repaired.  Ships-mitliing   in aJ1     it������    ^rantie^  Horseshoers>nd Genera! Blacksmitns.  David   Murray  Buller Street   -    -    -    - Ladysmith, b  C  DID IT EVER STRIKE YOU ?  That the place to BUY YOUR MEAT  is  where  the slaughtering     ' ���������  done locally?   We are not depending  on    what the Wholesalers send us,  and      can     GUARANTEE  EVERY- THING to be FRESH AND CLEAN  PANNELL   &    PLASKET'i  STFVENS BLOCK,  GAT/.CR*-   S/l-JE,;;'!  LADYSAJlTfl  -^-M^*f-M--f-H-"M--f>-������-f-f-M-f-M-f'-������^������-H-������ ������������������������ 4������4 ��������������������������������������������� + +��������� ��������� ��������� ++++-H  LACSTSMITHtRANSFERCO. x  *-'C-  PIANOS,  ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND  SAFELY.  Stahlps in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   the     ���������*  I.:  tices. Entiy must be obtained within ten miles of mining Recoider's office. One extra day'allowed foi eacl*.  additional ten miles or fraction.  The pei son or company staking s  claim must bald a free miner's c.;rti-  ficate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim- of 1,000 feet in  length, and if the party consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no loyalty shall be  chargen, the rest of the party oidin-  jary  claims  only.     ��������� '       '  '   Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at the rate  of two and one-half per cent, ou the  alue of the gold shipped fiom     the  ���������Tukon Territory to be paid to     the  Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a gram  f moie than one mining claim      on  eaeh  separate river, creek or gulch,  but the same miner may hold-    any  number of claims^y purchase,     and  free miners may work their claims, in  partnership by filing notice and paying a fee of $2-00.    A claim may    be  abandoned  and another obtained     on  the same creek, gulch or river by giv-  ng notice and paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim eaCh  year to the valuc of at least $200.'  A certificate Unit  work  has      been  done musf be oiitained each year;   -if  not, the claim  ilAil  he deemed to   be  abandoned,  and    open  to occupation  and entry by a Tree miner.  The boundaries of a claim may he  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in tbe-  Yukon oflicial  Gazette.  Petroleum���������All   unappropriated   Do-,  minion lands in Manitoba,; the Northwest Territories, and within the Yukon Territory,  arc open to  prosptct-  ing for petroleum,  and the Mi nisi cr  may reserve for an individual or company having machinery on the land  to be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as he may decide,  the length of width shall not, exceci  three times the breadth. 7  Should the prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, aiid satisfactor-  ,ly establish such discovery, an area  not exceeding C-10 acres, including the  oil well will he sold to the prospector at the rate of $1.00 per acre ar.'  the remainder of the tract reseryco  namely, 1,280 acren will be. sold  at   the-   -rate   of   three   dollars     au;  A'Dry Salt Biith.  ���������  A dry salt bath is said to tone np tri*  general system and renovate tho cf.^i-  plexiou as if  by magic. "I never had  anything do me so much good," says a  woman who has tried  it  this spring  "When my-fancy began to turn seriously to that tired feeling with  budding  trees and  buzzing  bees, which it does  Wery year as surely as the youth's does  'to love, mj pbysictao advised mo to  giTR tonics the go by and to try instead  dry salt.baths.   I nearly filled a "large  earthen jar with the ooai-uost salt I could  get and added enough water  to this to  make a sort of thick salt paste, but not  enough to dissolve the mineral.   Every  morning when  I get  up I take this up  iu handfuls aud rub it briskly over my  body.   Nert J jump into a tub of clear,  cold water and tak������ u,   thorough  dousing, but in a  great  fcuny.  'This being  done, ] take a brisk rub down 'with a  Turkish towel.   The offect is delicious.  It gives one a sensa of exhilaration.   But  the best part of tbo dry salt bath is not  che -feeling of freshnuss and renewed  life that it imports, but tbo solt, satiny  'extuw uf tha -tkm "���������E:������ hauga.  An excellent test tor the purity of th*  llr in a room is a vessel holding,- hmowa  ������*. If the air is bud, tho wau 1 abnorbs th*  wpurlties and turns milky.  .������ 'irlna Sfearsljfi too.  At llel'u on Saturday n'v^l t a soled-. <���������*������  terlo of mldille aged  men v ore  laughing  aver au  incident skat occurred  tho week  before at tho home of a mutual friend.    A  jroung swell of excellent stock truly, but  probably tho lastof his line, tho stock hav-  ���������ng "eihaustod  itself  in   him, called  ono  ittt'i-noon on  tho daughter of  the house,  vlrh whom ho was much smitten.  "Is Miss Clara in?-!' ho iislceutlie butler  "'Miss Clara is not at homo, *' was the re  ply, and the-door was slammed  in   tbo  jrnuth's face.   But Miss Clara happened tf>  Ik looking out of tho windov., and, seeing  ber  swain  turning ftv\ay, sho  ran do mi  ^tali's, opened the door and invited hun tu  ���������intor, apologizing for-the   butler.    A few  days  afterward tho  boy met. Mih3 Clara'8  'tuher, who is 'a* man "of  few words, and  ���������.hoy generally aro rough.  "Peuecd impertinent man you havo ������A  your house," he said. "Actually h:nl tha  audacity to slam your door in my fitto and  spoke of your daughter as Miss Clara.''  "Young man," growled the CriX'sus, "I  ain't .got no butlor, and it was 1110 who  dammed- the door in your face, and tho  uext tlma you oome foolin around Clara  I'll kick you down the stoop: I don't like  your sort. You ain't half a man."���������New  York Presa: _J ,  Ohlmne-f Sweep* Iu Sivitzei'laud,  In Switzerland tho chimneysweep ts an  official personage. - Ho is the employe-* uf  tho comvauno,receiving sv (ixed sabivy. his  notions controlled by tho government, and  no himself holding on by the back strap*  to the car of state. He is also, as many  tourists will have noticed, one of the few  sons of tbo. Helvetian republic who on  Sundays and weekdays sports a tail silk  hat.' This he wear's with dignity, but it ia  generally brushed tho wrong way. On h'w  official tour ho takes it off blandly and informs the householder that bo is "empowered by the stato to iuspect his Hues." In  tho canton of Orisons recently tho post  and title of ramoneur comiminal was  opened to competition. Tho eabtry was  ������33 a year, and the candidates were run-  merous. But the strange thing was tluit  they wore ���������''iuosily.. .village schoolmasters-  from  Italy���������a painful, sign of  tho timj^a  % WILLIAM 3 <1>I )   AT \-St : I* Z  ENGLISH  OAK WARE  These silver mounted English oak goods are  rich in appearance, substantial in character and  give exce'-lant service.  Oak Salad  Bowls,  best Quality, silver  with servers, like cut,  Oak Butter Dishes with loose linings  plated mounts, complete  '75c. each  S3 and .'J./TO each  Oak  Oak-  Biscuit  Jars, Three Styles Si>. JO,-I5O and S-0<>    each  Liquet- Flames, wilh 3Bolilcs  $8.50 a tid 12 each  y^ei/ei  VS���������TO*?IA,B.C  ti"*?  PAINTINQ,  PAPEK  ETC.  Tt VM 11  Work d.uie pioperly and at right  price--.. Shop and residence in rear  of Ladysmith  Hotel.  J.  E. SMITH, Prop  J.PIEKMRD CO.  WHOLESALE DRYG������ODS.  Victoria,  B. C.  Manufacturers oi the Celebrate*  L\)  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  PANTS,  SHIRTS, ETC  H.O. MILES  Contractor and Bulkier  REPAIRING  of all  kinds  prompts  attended to.     Shop on Gatacre    ������i  M. ft SIMPSON  Solicitor,  Etc.  st. Avenue  f)  Loan  LADYSW1T  Ladysmith l*emp'e No. 5 Rathbont  Sisters meets in the Oddfellow's hall  2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7.30 p. m.  Mrs. Kate Tate, secretary.  , .    ,   . ,.       . .       .      in  that unrestfiil   land.    "Better," sa*;s  acre, subject to roya.ty at such rate , ���������u'ltalia.deliPopolo, "be a.chimney wee?  Iti Switzerland than a schoolmaster In  Italy." But L'ltalia del Popolo hna ro  cent-ly boira  suppressed.���������Pali M&U &>t.  t8ttf������.  as may be specified by order-in-eoun-  cil.  JAS.   A.  SMART.  Deputy  Minister  of tho  Interior.  Department  of tbe Interior, ������������������ _,..  Orders   taken   for preserving  raspberries at Simon Leiser & Co.   Ltd.  Meatmarket  LADYSMITH B. C. THE   DAILY   LEDGER  LOCAL ITEMS  ������&"* ������~  IL' lA-^f i 2&f  Ui  WANTED���������(-ne or moie enter,) <uig  \ men interested in mines or ini'iig  'to join tlic adveilisci lo intiod 'Cj a  new" process, designed to picvcat i e-  jualuie explosion'., and **m11 s*'"'  much tunc oi the operaunp; mnurs.  Ail.iiC"-s 11 Jloinci, 3j iMh W^inc,  >Iouni   Pleasant,   Vaiicomei,   3.  -���������*- _\Ii. R Ovvcii is in tbe city on bus  .IIK'Ss   lod.iv  ���������  Mr   C     M   Dullv, of Yancoiivoi, is  "if&istfn-d at Hi--. -VI,l>ol tslord  vTl������'ic'is nol liuicli doiiiy; in Ihc'w.iv  vi .-iiiusfiiu nl |nM al. jiu-iciil, alaige  nuiiilic'* ol   people lieinu, out <>i   town.  .Yli Daw Mm ia)' w'i'> a piisseiijii-r  io \!n iui mo mi thc noon I lain toil,.)-.  fl is iiudcisloid Ihiil work will l.e  H'Minud .if I he Twc Snu'lici on the  :llli insl  DUNCANS  TOWNS1TE EXTENSION  Adjoining tho old Townsite of  DUNCANS, V. I.  A -"mall ,a������ea has been laid oft    m lown lots which are no ,w offered  at  LOW   PRICES   AN    V ON   EASY TERMS.  Yl-.p  future  of   (lie  Cowichan      District   and   Vancouver   Island  will   exceed   evpectalinns   and   tins i<-  a good change  * -   n safe and-  I in il.ilile   l'i\ eslmi nl  i  SEE FLANS AM) PRICES  Udysmilh Dodt Duildia;   ,  [stdbttstTinent  Launch and Pleasure Boats of all  descriptions for Hire. ' Boats built  to order and'Repaired. Spoon oars a  Speciality. , ���������    .    .    .  ,   IIARRUP AND HAYEDN.  BOAT    BUILDERS.  M,   s   I'imm, wcm.mp lo Nanaimo "S STEWART J. H   WMITTOME  ;,t   noon   lod.r,   io  i.ite.i  position  ,i'* J   Agents*,  ,1. *3l UTirtM  i -nplnMc in     Ceo   Peaisou      <\:  Cii's  CUBAN Cp_F(C10RY  Mannfactorers of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  None but Union Lab    Empl oyed  HLJ. BOOTH, Prop.  stole at   the iicmhl-'iinii; --'-J'-  : 'Hi. 1'ietdii.i Uoiel bis l)(*l*n ln ,lu'  1). n is ol the \i.uii1eis foi sceial^ais  and is now assuming awiv j.pic and  span appeal.niie  Ladysmith,  V.   1. Duncans,  V.  I.  FAME'S   PATHWAY.  ,    'i   i,    *s   v. II   rot   to ci*-** aed' un-  -lrs-. made out   on the forms s'i->plif.l,  ���������    "On  the eighth of ihe    llihd  moon     n : -un'i.v'l  with th:- actual signature  | tiK.  Chinese empress,  accompanied'by   ,f the Ti-nden   .  Mi.   Joseph   'lhompson,   foic-man at   ^ t, 111 W- of   Hi ladies ol  the  palace,  Die':,   Trunk 1*3.50 to $12.50  Sleareer   Trunks    $2.25,10 $t  . ������ '  Suit  Cases' $2 50 to ������.12  I  Tiau-l'.iii"     Rap;    $1.85 to $������  A      Splendid      Varielj     to  (' ioo.-c From  the T>*ec     Siiiellci, is tahinu. a foil-; Wf,)t   ((( w0is,in|, ,u ih> shrine of liu  nijilu's     holiday    and  will  leave  foi ^���������f |(,fSS ()f  si!'v  worm c-iiUine,"  sa\s  \ it un i.i   icinoi-iow,    at   winch   plac*   "j"^,  [|,n,ilf������������������  (Souili China)  Pout,  h.-      intends - nial mu     a stay    .Mrs  J  Tho-nil'-.on   ami family ,ue spendinp, a  holiday al  Tacoma.  \ii    Kiaiit   Toru'i,   who,  as  tcpoi 1  '  ed  in   these col'Hiins,   was  badly  h   I  ,    ,         ,,.             ��������� iho son ol  the late  Aslum, DilUe and  .  ui  a limawav uccidcnl   at   Chcmaii   H    The lowest  or any tender not nec-  essaiiiv accepted.  W.  S. GORE,  Deputy Commissioner oH*Lands and  -o- "}      Works,  Mis       Ethel     Clilfoid,  the- clev-or    Lands  and Works l>e*Wivtmettt,  voiing 'English foot, is EthcLClinor,l V.cloiia,  B. C,  20th July, 1005  l no  l.iuci��������� she was mairicd   the oth-  dav  to   I'ishei   Went wo* lb   Dilbc,  DRYSDILE-STEVlNSCh  Co.   Ladysmith  ��������������� sl  1i*n\   da\s at;o, has so faL recovci ei.   --^  ^  ^  (Ul|Khm   (ll  a f|isli..;r.  - fiom his niiiiiies as to enahh* Iwni  i>  ' le.ue lus     l.i'd     Ho is still siiiToiiiiu.  ' consult ia>bl\  fiom his huuscs  Indications      point   to  a      I'll"   da\  lil0 nfinht'w oi'Sir ChsaiL's Dil.tc The  ude  is  Ihe  i  [-,1-1  nowlist.  ���������o-  Loid Peel  tells   me  of a.'*"1'  en cum-.lance   can.eiid   from   his  ev  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING   RECUSATIONS.  Coal���������Coal "lands  may be purchased at $10 per acre for soft, coal -and  $.!0  iur   anthracite.   Not more than  ,*      Indications     point   to a     IV*  d.u   t",,c",M,,"t\'', "      . 1he hollse     of   ^0   fur   anthracite.   Not  more than  ,,nin      two',o,   for  the 'Me,l..���������l,s( :le..cnce as s^e.   oMhe ho.   c^_     ^ ^ Ci��������� ^ acql,lred by one j���������-  Siiiidnv     Sihool   Encuimou   to   Dim-    ������"���������" '    '        ,  .,   .   ,���������hcncVec     th.-,-'  ,l,vuU al or company.   Royalty at-the  '' '- -"     lhov ttb"'",1akC U;",the'tL1 ,,ii ,      mi I, aUd'iie the.momc-  r.,t,    of ten cents per ton of t,<MMi  ^.rid-,^;^^^  HOTEL LELAND.  (T. J. Wellman,1 Prop., Vancouver.)  Oae block from C. P. R.^Depot ;and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modalled. Rales $2 per  day. Corner QranvlUe and Hastings  streets   Telephone. 1-4.  BM Was Vmtmtmm. -   , t   \  -the Washington Post Is rMponsible (ot  this piece of oapltal goiaip: A'bright little  boy���������one of tho pages of the senate���������sat at  one of the senate entrances tbe other day,  when a lady approached htm'with a visit-  lug card in her hand.       '  "Will you hand this to Senator BUnkr"  ���������ho said. ,       -. - -    *-- ���������-  "1 cannot," replied tbe boj, "for all  cards must be tuken to the east lobbj."  The woman wus inclined to be angry  and   went-  away   muttering.,,   Then a  thought struck her, and taking out ber  peckctuook she found a 95 cent piece. With'  it in her hand she went back to tbe boy.    |  "Here, my hid," she said In a coaxing  tone, "tier* is a quarter to take mj eard  lu." I  "Madam,", taid^be boy, without a aie>  bient'? -hesitation, ','1 am paid a larger sat*^  ssy than tb*t to keap cards out' \ ���������"  \0TIOE.  1 Public notice is.hereby given that  n0 person oi persons shall cut or re-  inovc any timher on gection 1, R. 8,  Cranberry District, .or any of my  land adjoining in Bright district,, or-  trespassing-, or they will he prosecuted ftccordiiu*- to law., .  ,   "  .1AMES PATERSON.  i *-���������  Dated July 11,  1905.  ������ /la_\   School childien  will  u,o flee.  j *  t  ; }I'ss"R     H.u nes, who has been the  I i;iusl  ol  Mls   \������* J    Wat&on Nand who  I has heen eaiiiptiit*   with  fi lends on the  [ othei   side  of   the  hay,   left   on     the  i noon  11.iin cn imite foi   V. n "ouvoi.  Ipistmcnt of the temperature in  uiuai.le w.nl ������P, fallnift as soon a--  ndei  was resi'oicd."  ������ o   NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  i       .Mi    .John Sk-wiut, .secrct.uy of tin.  |    T'oaiul oi  School Tins lees, ha.s rrceiv  |    cd a Mimiber of   applications tot   l������o-| TENDERS,  siipcrscrihed  i. sitions     ol  piinupal  and  Icaclieis ot   '".'/. ,       .,  ,  i     , ,i,���������i,������..,i  ������������������i,nni     ui   n      "   Uii ei   loi   school lio-'se,'    will  he  ���������ilmsions oi      the local school    ������i..n  .school u-opens theie will be scvciul wi.u.l h) ihe uihleiMRi^d up to  fi.sh names on the teaohuiK stall. , noon of Tucs.lay, the 1st Amrusi,  Those who have icsigned aie, Pn.ui- DO.-,, foi the election -and compl.-  ji.il llugfj,.ud, .Misses l<M-amc, Wall, no i o. a lai^c one-room frame scho'-5  ,uiil Afilli{;aii.' .ludftiiife by the way J hoi se on Let 12, Oyster District,  lhe .ipplicat ons aie flocking in. I.a-| \ .n'o'i\er island,  ihsnuth must, he r,i\oiahlv known Plans, spccificatyv ns, contiact Slid  amoii" .school leacheis. f������������ms of   lender ma>   be seen on an.l    aftei   the   2-llh ������.July,   U>05,   at       lhe  A me it inaiii citizens who ha\c ofiice of Stephen Kenyan, Esqulie,  spent much time in beautify in;, thfir j Sccietaiy of the School Hoard, Lad>  piopeiiv !Jvv cuUi\aUii(; ftowcis in -.inith, and al the Lands and Works  Inen -raidi-iis, arc complaining of the  vva\   in wlucii plant*-, 1,-oth flowci   and  \ei,clablc, ate    witheung.    Some at  nil,un-      ii   to the    intense  heal   uiuli  raUi of ten cents per ton of 2,0<H>  I otiiif's shall be 'collected on the  ������ii)s,s  output.  (k<iiarL/���������A fiee minor's certificate is  ������ianted upon-payment in advance of  vT.f)0 ix?r annum for an Individual,  .,nd irom $50 to $100 4������r an������um for  a company, accordiiiR to capital.  A      I'rer  m*ncr,  having discovery!  iimcrai  in place, may locate a claim  i,5h0  x   1,500 feet.    The fee for   re-  c.-rdin-r" a claim  is  $5.00  At least $100 mu-st be expended on  ihe claim each year or paid to the  milling l't-ccrder jn lien thereof. When  ���������.,-,00 has b:cn ex|K>ndnil or paid, <be  locator may, upon ha^inE a survey  made, and upon complying with other re'tiiiemcnts, purchase the-land at  tl  a'i aero.  The patent piovides for live payment cf a royally of 2������ |>er pent on  the sabs.  PLACER mining claims generally  ,ue HI0 feet square; entry ,fec $5, ������'������*-  -.ew-ab'le yeaily.  A fi ee miner may olntain two leases to dredge for gold of five miles  inch for a term of twenty' years,  ro-  i nKesis  Boots and Shoes  "e%  A large Consignment  ceived consisting of  Miners9 Boots  been re-  "X" risa  made ot English Kip, heavy nailed  foe and heel plates and guaranteed  tor heavy wear. Also an assortirient  of Heavy Watertight Shoes for ordinary wear  BOYS* and YOU1 US* heavy nailed shoes at the  same price as Canadian shoes, and a fine lot of he use  Slippers in Felt, Carpet and Leather for Ladies', Gents  and Children. *  s  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  OAT ACRE ST.   ~ LADYSMITH  ^. 0. Fraser  0���������"  /     Merchant Tailor,  I "'' - "     '!  (ist Avenue) -   '  Spring Stock on hand. Call early and  *   gfet your choice.  ���������r *J0,   >,������  I  Depailintnt.  Vicioiia,   H   C.   .  hlsitli   pioposal   iiiusl   bo  at-compan- n -wablo at  the descretion of tbe Min-  ic.1      l������v     tash  oi  an accepted  ban'*" |hlcr of the Int2rirr.  ,,.,,���������,,.     ,i   tome    i.nense  neai   unu   tauji r oi^cci tifuate ot deposit ,..i  a The' hssec sliall have adrpdge     in  s,il,l,.-i- funis     but in .ill piobaillitV|Ch.u"beiod hai* oi Canada, made pay- ���������,>eralioii "within one season from lhe  "iho mi   -.������oim    wluth has btcn domj;  ahle   io   tlie  uniU'isiftnctl,  in   tlic sum dale of Hie lease for .each five miles.  ,o much     hai'm in the    d.stntts has i oi   ir,.l.   wluth   shall   be  foiMltd      if Ihntal,  110  per annum foreach.mile  ������ol   into      Hie  .'aidcns     It   is    -ici\ ' il.c   p.trtv   Uudeiing Acsliw  to  entei of  liver IKised.    Royalty at  the rale  ,1,-de., Hen, i-   Un   people  who     haw I ml " c-onti.ut  wl.cn called upon toil,, ���������r it   per  cent collected on  the cnt-  mhiI   .iB.i-.tt      deal   of   lime   rt.gRinjr  so.    The  cash,   cl.rvp.fs   oi   ce.tifcate ,,,-t   A[\���������  ,t  ������������*������������s  *10.000.  ,U      lo  s-e  !','  ������������������UoiiK'  oi   th.'ii   la    ".  Heposil   of      i nsicits,rul   tende.eis W.  W.  IOU,  ���������������������������s dMi." oil s��������� e.ul, in the seas ,n    v ,li 't i. rimed to ihrin upon the.��������� Dept.tv  of  the  Mini-ster  of  the   In  i cii 11 >',  ul   lhe c r.'t.ul     'lhe mic e s-  terioi  The  iiilJowiii'-,    \litmust   mau-a/ities  an  now  on  sale-   Ai'^os*,,   Ainslee's   Cos-I  iiioiiiiliiait,   Small   Set,   I'opul.n,     at  Kni-ii.t s   Ik ol sloie  LENZ  & LEISER  WHOLES A L F. DRY        GOODS,  GI*'NTS'   Fl.JRNTSfllNCS,   lOTC.  ���������     SHIRTS, OVKRALI..S.  RTC.  Ml-I'l IIODIST   Sl,.M)A"i  sciioo'l prc-Nic.  '('l.e com in it io.' who have the ar-  rniii^'iiii'iit of llie S.S. eN'Ciii-.sion I'o  l.i'-.n.'.-iiis in -iiainl, Would reiii':(id the  pii'hlic of lbe. pleas.nl day7s outing  ���������i.ul-icipaU il, and invite all lo ^o who  i.*ii.ii. II is es;ioeially ni'^eil thai the  pan-nls   and   friends   of   lhe  children  tmv   I heir - tickets cf  lhe children, and j   . , .   , .       >-      ,   , .-  iiush  a !.ond  liiin-icli and   two  sureties  I rovide   linsl-.ets   well   lilli'J   for    thai ��������� ,  ���������������������������������������������     . , , ; in   lhe .sum  nf  JM'i: each  for  fl'u- t'-.l-  dav.     Ticl-:ct.s   mac   l.-e pun based      at I ,  .  Ihe stalion   from  "the  coii.ii.itt.ee   on  !;">"���������<������"  "' ������'���������"    wi:-:* contrafti-d-lor.to  .Sal���������..���������!���������.lay   iiiornin^,   lail,   if   puss'lbl-e,  L',el   your   li'.'kels   from   the   chiLdreii.  'i'he  chil'dren.   a-s -many   as  poss'ilile,  M ANUFACTURERS OF  Wc are-all ccinplainingxf lhe Heat and /hardly  know what to Eat. We have everything for a  nice cool lunch and can suit all tastes.  IN FINS T7~'  ?>  '   '    V  WE AR-EvSHQWiNG THJS WEEK  TWO NEWLINESOF STOVESM ANUFACTEKED   BY  OUR   LOCAL  STOVE WORKS' .        , , vi ' ;J      :  -        Drop in and See 1 hem ���������   r  FOUR HOLE KITCHEN COOK  i *  SIX! HOLE GRAND UNIVERSAL.  $15.00  . $ar������.oo  li'iU  .LUNCH TONGUE   .  LUNCH BEEF  LUNCH BACON  ROAST BEEF  ROAST MUTTON  BONELESS VEAL JELLIED" PIGS FEET  CHICKEN BRAWN  TURKEY CLUB HOUSE MEAT  BONELESS DUCK  COOKED BEEF SHEEPS' TONGUE  CORNED BEEF' RABBIT  DRf  CHIPPED BEEF       BOILED MUTTON  HAH LOAF  VEAL LOAF  BEEF LOAF  CHICKEN LOAF  J tins for 50c  i  Cambridge Sausage, Large Tins, 3 for $1.00  Vienna Sausage, 15c. a Tin  Claik's Pork and Beans, 3 Tins for 25c.  Van Camp's Pork and Beans, l*5c.  Old Church Pork and Beans 10c. large size, 20c.  VICTORIA, B. .0.  j full   id.dere.i--;  -,v:ii he rcpiiied to  fin  a.ie  re I'lcsti'd   to  call  at   the  parson-  'afti- i>>>   i"'riday   ..'\{.niii<j *at.rl   fcc't   their  licl'ls,   so  as   I-, avoid  confusion    a!  i.he sl.ilion  oi   Sal unlay  moi ikiiji;..  live satisfaction of tbe 1 Ionourahle  he Cbi'-'f Commissio'ivci-. I'pon lhe  ���������"���������ec-iil'i'-.n of U'.i> h< n;l the c.:sh, cbene    or certificate     of  dep.     i   above  ���������eiilioi.:..!   will   he rc-tni'iU'il   i ,,      lbe  ���������niraeioi-.'  ES.. ''-*s^'a*ss������''Gc^":-r^sas^^  i SEE OUR BARGAIN TABLES TOR  SHIRTS and TIES  ENSE SNAPS  ^���������^W.'.-tfl.MTj.  Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  WILLIAMS   BLOCK.      ���������  TELEPHONE  6-7  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  AM  work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  Hi#i St. Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS '  Ah Wing ^ Co,  Merchant Tailors  Ladies' and dents' Clothes Made to  Order.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTS '">  LADYSMITH,' B.   C.  fcaarw������i  Lobsters, Clams, Oysters,,Shrimps, Crabs, Salmon, Sardines, Kipped   Maddies, Kippend  Herrings, Boiled Mackerel .  J-" Van ..Camp's   Goneeutratecl' Soups,   assorted, Chicken, Tomato  Vegetable, Oxtail, Bullikii, Mock Turtle, etc., 15c, a tin.  : 'ETC., ETC.  BLAIR & ADAM  USERS OF  WHITE SWAN SOAP  Stand a good chance to Avin a  GRAMOPHONE  Every 25-Ccnt< purchase  of White    Swan     Soap     entitles yon to a  ticket in the. drawing for 1-]ii s high grade-graninnhone. '  LADYSMITH HARDWARE? CQ., Ltd  Ch-ariie   Duriri  _i >���������  MERCHANT TAILORS  NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVED.  Charles Dunn, of the above firm, visits Ladysmith.eveiy .Sunday .forth*  purpose el taking measurements and seeing customers personally. M������y  be seen at tlie Hotels. We guarantee all stock and a perfect fit at the  lowest pos-sible rates. Suits fiom $15.00 up. Pan Is from $1.00 up. All  Hand-made. Full line of the Latest supplies ALWAYS "earned by Mr.  Dunn. " , - ������' '  ll IJ  ONE  HUNDRED   ACRES   OF   LAND,   IM^HE CEDAR  1     ' DISTRICT  HAS BEEN PLACED ,v ITH ME  FOR SALE  . .FOR-A fclMlTEDTIMK AT      c  -s   $265        '  III WE TWO SHEEP FARMS ON ONI', OF THF, GULF TST. A VDS  $450 buys-the two  ~     JOHN 5TLWART P. O  Box 263  CONVEYANCINO "       -     NOTMIY   PimiJO.  mggmmgmggmmgn/Bmml^TimWWiKr^^  B.FORCIMriEk  WATCHMAKER,  JEWJELF.R.OPMCIASJ  All work done on these premises  is guai antced to give SATISFACTION. Prices moderate.  First Avenue,   X   X   X      Ladysmith,   B. C  _   S  We areTTiaking them of the Newest    Pattern and Latest  ' . Styles.  "   ,     JWiE DO ALL KINDS OF TOD NDUY- WORK  Our Prices are Reaspna blc  SEE OUR    NEW STOVES IN RL AIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  fc^&iiii-  ;������   L-VDVSUTH IRON & STOVE WORKS CO,, LTD,  ./

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