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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jul 20, 1906

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 mmmm  v*  adysmith daily  .VOL ,2  FRIDAY,  July 20, lt������0"J.  PRIGE FIVE CBNTS  BOARD OF TRADE  DISCUSS FREIGHT RATES  __ . ^v* . "  Mr, Macklin, President of the Board, Gives a  Detailed Statement as to What Local Merchants  Pay For Freight Here  Board Resolve to Open Communications at Once  With the C. P. R. for the Purpose of,  i  Endeavoring to Get Rates Lowered  SJtYS ROLLER  CRIED IS  DUD HER  Scat lie, July 20.���������'-1 believe tlie  religion i.s dead forever,*' is lite declaration of Airs. Maud Ciefeld, widow of ilie dead li.mer oi Uie luty  Holler, given at  Uto eouuiy  j.i;l  lo   a.  IrilEtilO  LYHCU A  BRUTAL DRIVER  ���������-*���������*-  Ct'l-Ol*  Valley  City,  N.D.,    July ''M. ��������� a  ihi - 0 oi  men and boys triod to   iviieh  cn.  .Junes, one  ol tlie di'ivex;-. ���������:������     a  ..l.e,   i  u'      v. ulpi'llL-^      lus   nui.->e,    i:-k  .i/iia,).      i he lioi'fee laded  io   win auu  ter    tor  the "I'.-l."   y.jsi.;i\iay''l"o^''*-'" ���������'"������*-'���������**���������        ^mei* p-toSti^     lut  Mis. Crefeld funher asserts,   ,l.,u -t'1'e ' -���������"������������������-��������� ������������������*��������� eoiiuuued lo  wnm   I'm   ao .-������c  ami tier husband hail al the uin-u nib  liiii was taM������ .by George Much-jll,  already iiu-jde alterations iiu tiicii ,ic-  ngious behus and liad discontinued  i.lie    practices      winch    hail   reniLrud  The session of Hie Board of L'ia<:������"  last evening was a long one, and'  considerable business was tr.uisaclcL  After the reading of Uie correspondence, Air. J. Hic'-dc asked for in*  formation regarding; the appropriation for' the proposed .new post-oftioc.  lie asked if Lhe $2,01)1} which had  been appropriated had lapsed oa* whe-  Uier il'had" been eluded over, and  waf; informed that it had been revived. Mc also "wished to 1-nijw how it  was that Ciintfbcrlniid lnul received a  grant of 1.211,Out), while LadiysinitU  only received _-j>2,0������U. He was informed tha'l. this liad been a misprint, and that the appropriation for  Cumberland should luiv e read $3,000  instead of -1.20,000.  llr. II. Foicimiiici then addressed  thc board on the question of passenger trallic to -this city .per steamer  J'oan., lie explained tliat at prest'at  the boat lays o\et here only one  night of the week, Monday, a-nd although* shi'...eaMs in-here Tuesday-evening, she leaves immediately for Nanaimo. thus wo hav,o direct communication with Vancouver but once  a week, whereas, m the speaker's ap-  inion, it would l>e .hut very little  more expense to ,the company operating the strainer, if any, lo have  her lay over here Tuesday night and  leave Wednesday morninig, for Vancouver via Nanaimo. Mr. Korcinimor  spoke at some length uron lhe subject, it being his opinion Uiat the  hoard shmild ,uidf*vor lo persuade  the company to .'adjust the matter  ''more'satisfactorily and j.ive t -.oy-  smith ������  better "service.. ,  Mr.  11.'Macklin,  president   of    the  ).o,ard,  followed Mr.   Foi-eunmor, and  remarked  that  he  was very 'glad  the  ������������������'���������subject h.Tjcl  been introduced  by    the  'former    speaker.       As all knew,   the  .present- cotiviutinioation "with' Vaneou-  . ver bench'led,Ladysmith hut little   iu  ..the    'matter  of    carrying passengers;  and  a.s  for freight,  the boat   refused  to carry a 7 pound.   Mr. Macklju als-o  referrod  to   the   place  at  which     the  Joan  docks,  and expressed tho opin-  ioiii. .that  if the proper otlicials. of t-lie  company went*-  made aO'luainted with  the  rial facts of  the case they,'would  not     think    ��������� of    landing    passengers  . where they have been landing.   As for  commercial    travellers,    .lie had been,  assiiircd  by  many  that  Ihey     would  never take the  trip  by  water   again,  a; it   was almost impossible  to   get  their 'baggage  from  the  wharf   whero  the  Joan  had'   duinpcd  it, one   man  having  paid   $2.-50   to  get his   trunks..  canicd lo the   top of  the stairs.     ^  Mr.  Mac'.C'lin   then   read the following sin dement,  which he .had boon   at  consiilei'a.ble    pains   to   prepare,    and  which was listened to with, much   interest   by  the various  members of tho  'Hoard:  The present. freight rates between  Vaiicou'w-r, Victoria ami Laly'dii I'i,  is a' niiitter that should appeal \o  the serious consideration of all ladysmith merchants. Jf Lailysniith is  to assume the role of a flourishing  town, we have to remedy tlic- condi-  ' lions, of our. present su.rroiiiulings.anr)  endeavor to interest and seek tlieiv-  operation of 1hc C.P.R. olucials in  obtain in? redress of our grievance in  the matter of freight rates ".������tween  here and those two cities. II, is for  the l.adysiiiiih iiu'rrhnnUs to adopt  a campaign   of  activity  and  progres-  lo  in-  ri-  li e city,  ie   duty  of    this    Board      of  Trade  to  bring  these matters to  the attention of Improper ajUtharities for  adjustment.  Freight  smith     is  Headings, rang'"a m  from    Victoria    to   Lad.-  t oast  Point, or what is  more gene-  classified   under  different  lally. known as a Terminal'point   in  price ii om ?>2.10 lordcr ihat we may be placed on   the  foi-  io ^5.-to per ton, inns iui* instance, [tame footing as Victoria aaid Kamn  comuiodities such as potato^', Hour,  ugar,'feed, etc., mo brought here  lie-in V'ictoria al '���������lie ?.J.J0 i^er ton  iate. Uams, baeou, -.aiuud goods,  etc., at the' 'j'-i.'iU rate. i<ruii, \r-e-  lablcs, diy goods, mugs, boots ami  slioi-s and goii-^r.il meicii.in.iu>o nt the  -���������>5. HI p-er ton latt-. To a person  Oj witmg "a gcuei'al siMic-ai Lady-  si. .Hi, tiie freight on liK'icliaiiditie pur  cliahiHi     at, Victoria   v.uuhl    a\ciage  mo ai regards through car rates an.i  procure a readjustment oi thu existing ireiglit laces between Vancouver,  victoiia and Ladysmith.  i he steamer ooan which op-erates  i..otweeai Vancouver and LadjKuutii i^  utile or no use whatever to ilu-  lOiiHwexcidl intierest^ oi this cu>",  tnasniuch .as the steamer will not  carry freigJit and as for the passenger traffic between these two cities,"  |*.he .JoanJieiths at  the coal or bun  VI.I'll  to -"-M.-Ju Pvl   ion.  TJie  freight"r..*l'o  oetivtviii    \ u-toiia- 'i.cr  wharf  Wihere    it is ttext to    ini-  \ ia i- it.������   oi  Nuiiaiiuo, lj,0ssi'ble^   for.,, commercial   travellers  and iNiauaiuio  on  goueral  mcrehnndisc is  ^".'..no    per  luu.  freight  rates . betw'eii    Vancouver  and Liucl)Siuiili  r.Le'iiiui.h   the     same  as  betwcui   Victoiia and   Ladysiintli',  varying Irom  ->2.uir io ���������>;">.-10,  or.   an  average of ,m.5u pur t.iu. -.l hr frpiyhl jlrestle   'bridge,  ' whcite . yard emgines  iate. -un. g> ium at- lu-eumaiiu'iso -bet-wei-n ' and-'coar trains are "passing  t������ " and  no. This mode of transportatuon is  a hardship to those lady pas^ogers  who are accompanied with small chil  li ml the travelling public to land  with their trunks and lAgg-age on account of having to ascend two long  l.igtits of step;- anil walking and con-  \eying their baggage a distance oi  lliree or four hundred -yards    over a  i-asily tonight.  '1 he search   for Cecil    Britain con-  .uijiiiiti  thu couise t'Wicc.   Ab n������ i'a-->i-  .>i   iuu g'i:ii.>n .-5 land     each   tiuie,  . n  iiit-iviuiii^     umppiug    Uie ocnisi,    iw  ..as hiibcu ami joui'oii.     .is be   <-auie  ..tuiuuii Uie tiurd' Uine lae liors-e \. a.-.  ilicir"iaiUi o|buo.\.MU'-i to the coiiiii-.un- Kad., io oioti irom exiiaub'Uoii aim  uies m which Uiey had been e^tib .l--*- ne plied Uie win p. ihe mou  ij .hod. | >.iiu  uowu  Uie coui'm;   io meet     Liw  ii had been  their    intention,     slie !-���������'���������'������������������ and hoiso, aecluring ihey  woi.l.i  states,  to make Seactle  their   Iumw ' '.wich hini.  nnd to lead new ynd totally dillereul ' ���������������������������������ii or wood,  who was mounted, ^ode  ji.es. , inward Jones alioau oi  Uie moo, umi  "���������Our religion,is a faith," she said, * I'teU to gel hun to turn baci., ^u | |jnuwl toaay. Tracks of the j>oy ho.s  "Uecause .'we .belieie as we iljj is J'^ woulu uoi. ii loo.* tue wuiie ' ,jl<iu twelve houas old, were Iiiund  ..ot cause lor saying we are insane. I'������*uce lorce, aided by ihe sheriii ana Ai��������� ^ms afternoon and tlie seal eh  .. ny not say" all religious inojile aie "������������������** --'epuues on - the��������� ground to get  .iihane-- I don t believe 1 sjiould <lis-' "O.tcs away iiom thc moo, and .a  ���������,.ss Doty '-' Uollerisin at all. 'Miirf'l-"at one oi tlie deputies hud ,todra������\  .iiuch 1 will say; 1 ha%e changed m, "a ic.olver. Joues was arrested i.na  i/.liof since"   the    time my iU.,ad hus-   ''"ed.  .und  was leading us  in (.'legou.    We ' ������   uad both   'changed,  and  \.c .ulieied   \U)KTliV SUN OF  ...meronUy  at  Uie lime  ol  his   death  uitiu before  IS KILLED  WHILE AIDING  IN.SUBCH  ���������.Valla Walla, -July 20.���������Lilian Lai-  liu, one oi the ���������sarcher.s foi Uie juiss  ing L-year-old son of It. L' Drit.un  at the toll gate, was shot and piu-  bably iatally wounded by iy nou-  uental discharge of his ie\\-?l*>er Hus  ilit-ruoou.  l.allin, who is a Cuin.p tender ioi  J'earson <v Johnson, .large sheep oun-  i-is uear ihe toll gale, was nUput ii\l-  nilies from the toll gate when ihu  i.ccident occur led. lie stooped mi-i.  to get a drink oi water, and his ie-  \ohcr slipped from his pocl;et, stn.o-<"  a rock and was disclmrged. The bul-  iel' 'entered his body just below tlie  huart. A physician gave hun all tin'  assistiauce possible and he is resti'ig  siveness, mud bring llio-ie inatfers  the front, or remain dnrmniit and  active and allow everything, de.  menial to the interests f>f  to pass by default.     11  is  Vaneou ml   <i.iul  ">. loioi i.i   is   ^.3.00 i>er  ton,   tins   iicigiit   i.euig  bioi'ght oyer  on   the Daigy io  Lad.iainiih .did theni  tiaiibferrul by  rail to its dii ,i.nation.  Tbe   ireijilit   rale   betweus   \ aucuuver  i ������  ;aiiil "-\aii.unio   via S.S. 'Joan  on  gi-n-  i-r.it inciihaiidiSto is $2.1)0 i-cr ton���������  Lady.siiiibi nieiciiantVi pay at tin- luio  ol  "i*l.iiO   per   Ion.  Alio:hoi point of commercial interest is ihe fact that a car ot feed  oi 1.1.in consigned irom the l^'ast i0  \ idol ia io coiii-ejod iiom \ aiico.ivcr  by i'>ai.gv'. lo .ua-uysnuUi, thence " hy  fa'l .to, v icioria ,al, a given rate.'. A  car of hour, or lyud inteiuled- for a  nicrch'aut at ��������� this' point, 'would- be  landed.! ;ai Ladysiniih at a x-ost of  VVi cents per IUU pounds .more than  the cost of conveying same, to Victoria or isaiuviiuo. 'l 1ms a. Ladysmith -nierchaal. pays $3ii. uiy". freignt  cost for a car oi l>.,ed or ilour from  the lias't th'iu tue.-. Victoria or In a ���������La.-'  inio'. inercluuit, even though the car  "ititoiided lor ,"\ ictoria is lauded at Lady smith and taken through to Victoria by rait.  The iroiglrt charges from- Vancouver to Ladysmith are sonnewhat execs  sivc and to some minds exoi'ibitant.  Hero are a few facts in connection  with liiese charges:  The-freight charges on 10' drums of  carbide, .weighing" ioii'o ib.s, consigiu-d.  troni Vancouver to Ladysanith, c.st  thc Ladysmith mcrcliant $2,513. 'Iho  same freight could be landed! here by,  .Barge, ami taken to Victoria by rail  at a. cost of $1.50 to the Victoria'  merchant, or the same freight, would  be delivered to iNaiiairuo from Vancouver at a  cost 0f $1.00.  A set ot harness-forwarded Irom  Vaucouver- to Ladysmith, the package weighing 130 pounds, cost the  merchant 00 cents., The same goods  would be delivered io JN'anaimo for  a sum of 13 cents, or at the miui-  iiiiini rate  of 25 cents.,  A crate of hats weighing SO ll.si  forwarded from a Vancouver house  to a Ladysmith nierchant cost UO  cents freight charges thereon. The  same goods would bo delivered to  .-.anaimo for 26 cents.,  A small box containing fruit bev-  era-g-es consigned from .Vancouver to  this city, weighing ,50 pounds, cost  the -merchant 60 cents freight charges  Theiio few foregoing facts will suf-  tiee iu showing that the merchants  uie being treated in. a very unfair  way by the transportation company,  and if wc consider our city to ihe of  sufficient iinportarice from a commercial   stanilpoLn-t,   it  is   our   duty     to  dren, and the L'.t'.H. ailicials have  never ,bo?n appraised oi these facis,  otherwise matters would be remedied  We have a public wharf adjoining  this coal wharf and a public road  leading thereto and theie is no rea-  svii why thc steamer .loan should  not berth at this dock. Commercial  iravellers doing lnusiiuss at this  town assure us that they will not  travel to -.Ladysmith' by the Joan on  account, of the extra excessive experoso  incurred in getting their "baggage  transferred to and Irom the coal  whatf to their Hotel. This mattei  should be brought to the attention of  the C.PR. officials with a request'  that the s'teamer Joan in future shall  land and ta':.e away "all passengers  and baggage at the Public  wlurf.  The reading of the above was interspersed' with various explanations  by Mr." Macklin, which some of tilie  board re.qu.ired to he convinced that-  Ladysmith merchants really have  been paying what was considered si*ch  exorbitant freight rates computet)  with those bh-tain-ing in Nanaimo.  Mr. Cornwall, manager of the loc^.  bank, in addressing the mccti-iy-.ai'tei  the lonclusicn of Mr. Madilin's re-  anarks, staled that he had listened  with interest lo the reading of the  above statement, and he for one,  was surprised that something had  not,been done in the matter long before this.  Mr. Korcimmer here internpt,.*:i  Mr. Cornwall's remarks, and stated  thai something had been done by thu  board on various occasi; ins, but as  yet they had been unsuccessful in oib-  taining a reduction. He referred Mr  Cornwall to the minutes of the meev  ings of nearly two years ago, ,and cn  looking up same, it was found that  the secrclary had. on instruction ol  the board carried on considera(ble  conespi-.ndonce with the railway of-  lioials, and that at one tin .'. the  board had received the assuranje o!  tins railway that Ladysniii-h woui 1'  le made a terminal ]>olnf,. Mr. For  ciniimer then explained that at this  date the board had communicated  with the member for the district and  asked that the matter ,be brought before the railway commission which  was    u ���������    sit at that   time' This  would have been dom?, had not the  il.oaid received a letter Iiom. o; e oi  'the officials, askiivg them 1) allow the matter ta rest, .and he  would utwlertal'.ae to settle the ques-  invoke the ad of the Vancouver also tion to their satisfaction. The  Victoria Boards of Trade in getting .board had, of course, taken this to  Ladysmith  made a common     Pacific (mean that    their request would    he  ilis'.ourt out law, is now a I'ull-lledg'c^  <au\is. Last week he passed a suc-  lcssi'iiI c.vaiiiiuaiioii beioro iho s-iitte  board   of  exuiviiiiers.  In a clabs of iliii-iy-seven .Jesse  ��������� Iitmes stood first. His average in al^  blanches was 1)1 per cent.. Henry  Ashley, chairman of thei board -o������:examiners, said after lbe exuuiination  iluil Johsc J numb had tho brightest  legal mind of any young man who  bad 'ever  appeared  before the   hoard.  ' .lesso  .liiiiies    ii?   a  self-made    man.  FAMOUS  OUTLAW  Uansii.-.   C'nj,   .Mo.,   July   i"J���������Jc-sso  ������������������There are several things regaulni'j,'-;'u������"'s.   ion oi Jesso Jumcs, Uie oiu  >.hich our belief hati changed.' i liugbt  .iiy that we eliminated all the things  me public generally condemned   ,and  nail reorganised our creed.  "W'e had resolved to make a new  uoine iu Seattle, iaway fiom ilie  scenes that had .become obnoxious to  us both, and it was with the mkn  lioa of .eslA'hil'ishiiig ourselves and  getting along in the world that we  were remaining in Seattle when my  nusband was- killed.  "Yes, it Wilis our intention lo continue in our-faith"1 here, but it would  have .ijiefrn a revised faith and- one  against which there could not have  teen a breath of suspicion. Membership would have been taken i* as  our plans developed, and we would  have been , happy for we had die-ter-  mined upon new lives.  "It would not he light lor tne to  say what features 0f our practices  were eliminated after the re ���������aiion in  Seattle this spring. When we were  doing what we dud in Oregon we  thougiit it right, aad this ;>ein.> un:  ease and having changed wh'i we  found further light and viewed ciir  praclices as iy;ro'ri,g,  it is   ..at re  public-to know what the inner w- cU-  in-gs of our religion'was.  "Jloly KolleriS'm il> not spreading  and there is little danger of it do-  ' ing so. Iii fact, it has not Uec-n  'practiced by us foi* niore bliaii two  years. Other than we two wo-nia  there are iv^ne in Seattle. Tnc ie-  port that four are living- in L'v'eiett  is untrue and for .'limit matter ither  tlutii those who have reiivii:ii������:l faithful in Oregon, there are no Holy  Ktollers and I believe the religion is  dead forever."  will be commenced early in tlie moi n-  .nj;. Tlie boy has now been missing  over scv-eaty-two hours.  ' I lurry "Draper arrived Irom Sp<>-  i a ne with his .bloodhounds this morning and by means ol ^ui automo.bilu  ���������.ii.I three relays of teams leached  tlu toll gate at 11 o'clock. The  hounds were put on the trail and immediately took up lhe scent but lost  it again. V  My the time the searchers '"oiadihe  in w tracks it.was too late to hunt  more.  MRS STARR  THREATENED  lortland, July 20.-Another chap-  lii- of the Holy.Roller epi.--j.l3 i.������-fci  He was handicapped as few boys are1,,,^. have tragic lesults came to  Che son of an outlaw, he was left ��������� |,���������j|t ,today wlien the fact was teaman orphan ai six years of age, with- Ci(| llUat Mrs. Burgess Starr was the  out money and wilh 'iho hen tag..- of a ucipicnt of an anonymous lettei  liad name. Soon afcei* lIk.- burial of umch threatened .Iij3r life it she per  nib fatliur, bis moUior came lo Kan- sifted m lnaiti'liaunns the staiwl shu  .mis City und made a Uv.mg for her- has taken relative to the death oi  -.oli and her two children bv sow- ma brother, tieorge Mitchell, the  ing Jesso went io scho.ol until he slaver of Crefeld.  was twelve years' old, when he deeid '������he lettei, which was received by  ed   la-   was   old   enough   lo   work,    for  MATSUDA WINS   +.4^,      , .  Vancouver, July 1!K���������  ���������MalKiidn. lhe local .hipau-.'se wresil-  er, who miifle such u rceonl for hini  self by wrest liny two gri'iit- iiiiiiehes  with Sine Swanson. N'nnaiiiio's mat.  champion, wus ownrdc-ii lhe ninli-1*"  lonight over Aiulrew Miller oi' New  Vork. ...Miller       i-laimeil      in  have  hurt his kiiie tin.l refuse il to  wrestle any longer, whereupon the  referee awn riled the nialib lo Vliil-  stidfi.  gr.anled, and had 'coii.sef|iiently taken  no further steps in the matter then.  After some further discussion by  various members of the Board, it  Was moved and seconded .that ;the Secretary, in conjunction with the president of the board, write to Mr.  Orear, of the C.P.R., at Vancouver,  regarding Ladysm-ith's gricvan ���������-���������-������������������ re  freight and passenger traffic. Ono  mem'ber suggested that in cose no  steps were talcen by the C.P.R., il  would be advisable for the hoard to  communieato with ,otiier steamship  lines to ascertain if it would be. possible toiput a boat on between, foi  instance, Victoria, Vancouver and  Ladysmith. However, it was thought  that this was premature, and would  be more in order for discussion ii  necessary after a reply from th������ C  'P.R. had been received.  His mother. One Sunday he Raw-  lie lolUiwiiiii ailvei'ii-semoiu in a news  paper:  W'aii.tcd���������An  onico  boy.    T.  T. Grit.  U'������uk-i), jr.  Jesse answered tlie advertisciiiont  ibe next, morning-. Twenty other  b;oys answered il, too, and Jesse was  ihe yoimgest of them nil. Mr. C'ritt-  end. n, at his desk, looked over the  crowd ol* boys and beckoned lo ihe  smallest of them.  "What do  you   wish,   my  boy'.'"  he  asked.  **l   want .to be your ���������nice boy."  "What is your name?"  "Jesse Janies, jr."  Mr. Crittenden was surprised. He  was tho son of T. T. Crittenden, sr.  governor of. Missouri, who . ottered ��������� a  reward-of S5000, for capture of, VteAty  or ulive, of the outlaw Jesse James  And now here was the son of tho  ileu'il bandit asking work of the  son  of  ihat  governor.  .Crittenden   hind   Ihe     boy   and     h<*  tesn'/ies  that lie  was faithful.  A few years later Jesse went to  work in Armour's packing plant as  a clerk. lie studied at home. His  niolhcr was his teacher. After a few  years in the packing house lie opened a. cigar store in-the county court,  house. He wrote a book in the defence ol" his i.'ilhi'i- ami it was published. It sold well. When he was  lit years old lie bad S700 in the  bank and owned a coll age in which,  his mother and sister lived. Then he  opened a cignr store in the business  centre   of Kan.--.ns   City.  Jesse  worked  harder  than  over   at  his   business.    Tie   bad   a   chance   to  sell   out  and  did  so  at   a   good   pro  fit.      Then   he   opened   a   pawn    shop  and married.     Vm  lie wished to be a  hiwyer.     He  attended  the  night  sessions of the  law school  here   and  all  day  long       he  sat   in   his  pawnshop  reading law.    He graduated with high  est   honors,   his    preceptors   complim-  f-nt-mg  hini.  He has sold out his pawnshop, opened a law oflice nnd won thc first  case in which he appeared in court.  This was the defense of a man charg  ed with ���������biirgiarly. Jesse regards  this as a good omen.  Mis. Stair last Saturday, has been  turmed over to District Attorney  Muiuing.  ivus. Stair would not say an> thin������  on the subject -v^ile iiom making the  admission that the letter cqn-tained  the clause: "If you do not desist, I  or if I cannot, some other member  of the cluh, will mete out to you  what your sister dealt her  brother."  'i,he letter was signed in a m- ii s  writing-with'only the initials G.C.  ^.1., and-was Postmarked Station B,  indicating that it was mailed in -Al-  iii'ii*. District Attorney' Manning intends to make a thorough investigation.  SA'VS WOMEN  RUN 13UZZ        ,  SAWS  IN BOX FACTORY  Olym-pia, July 20.���������.Women are 'being employed in a. ;box factory at  Anacortc-s to handle circular saws,  according to a report made by State  Labor Commissioner Charles P. Hub-  hard, who has just returned from a  business trip to that city. The factory owners were unahle to secure a  sull.cient uuniher of male employees,  and dually induced four or -livie- wo-'.-  men to take up the work. The saws  are all well guarded, so that the pos  sibility of accident is reduced to a  minimum, and as the material hand-,  iwl is  light,  the work is easily done  y women. Mr. Hubbard, while a:  Aitacortes, discovered that boys were  .>"*ing employed in mills and factories  ui violation of the law prohibiting-.-  child laibor, and took steps to see  that the Iboys were ordered out.   . p   Si. Petersburg, July 19.���������The com  mission appointed to investigate  the surrender of Port Arthur, recommends that Lieut. Gen. Stoessel  the former commander be dismissed  from the army and shot. That Lt.  nenei'al Fork, who commanded the  fourth East Siberian division at Port,  Arthur be dismissed froin ihe army,  nnd undergo a years' hard labor.  That Cfeneral Reiss, chief of staff on  Ceneral Stoossel be dismissed- and  banished, and ihat Admiral Alexiff,  former A-ice roy of the Far East, G-ert  ernl Smirnoff, conuunndei* of Port  Arthur fovtress and General Vernan-  der be riprimaiuled. The formal trial  of these officers will take place stort  jy>  ./  y K^^^w-*-*^^  ���������j&ZXfrymvE^^  THE LADYSMITH DAILYLEDGER  THE DAILY LEDGER  -.'jlUshed   every   day   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  .   SC DAILY LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.   ,  SUBSCRIPTION.  ('ne   Ycai  (In. advance) $5.00  tuie Month ......... ...   J.. 50 cents  FRIDAY  JULY uU,  lilou  TAKI-1S  CHAPPELL  AT HIS WORD  Seattle, July 21).���������Charles YV. N'.ip-  peusle-iu, chief of police, has c.illcil  the bluff of Willinm Channel), mulu-  iiiiiliotiairc and owner of several  j'ieees of property in thc resli u-l'e-1  district.  The Chappell fortune, as the ston  nins, was laid, by hicty Hidings in  the Xorthern gold- fields, and. has  .since I,ecu aiitumon^'d i,\ the aiv.'ui  sit ton of Seattle r^l estate. One of  the l..t'ir,e sources of income which  ���������will s.'i-ve lo maintain Uie mnyuli-  ceul mansion which is now hting  built on Queen Anne hill, is the  monthly, rental which comes from  those houses in the restricted district- A short time- a;|,o Chief of  Police Wappeusteiii aru-ed at the  decision that the property owners of  houses in the restricted district  Cfiould be compelled to contribute to  the evLiiwuses.of policing this district  and under the provisions 0f an or-  . diiiance, which has never-been uiiloro-  od, caused warrants lo lc issue' ..*.  the arrest of all property oavitcl-.; ,.|'  places used for immoral pi.-rpusi-*-  C'hapj>ell was the first one ~.o he  sewed -with a notice and sent he  following reply:  Air. Charles W. "WappeiistclD, Oh v. . i  Police, Seattle, Wash.:  "Dear Sir���������On Monday, Jui/ -���������, Mr.  J. L. Barck, called upon mc and st.v-  t.ed to mc that you had sent him to  me for the purpose of inl-triiiina: ,,io  that certain property which ho stated was owned by me, was hcint* i.s-  ed a;'*' houses of ill-fame. When h*o  told me this, 1 reqnested nun lo *n-  forin yc-u that if you ha-"' any tne'v-  lodge 0f such conditions anon my  property that, as chief ol police, it  was your duty to suppress s-am-*-, (li.d  thai, he aslc  you from mo  to no *-o  "Tu supplementing my v.srna'. communication through Mr. -'. L. Bare!.,  1 hereby request that f jet; ha*.- .mv  linowlwlge of any vi0" >,uion o! '���������i\v  taking place on my property, wlicltnr  it he a-.house, of ill-fame or oth.--  wise, that you immcdiat.-'V enfoT.ce  thc law in regard there Lo Vers*'.. u-  ly yours,  "WM. CHAPPELL."  The chief proceeded to .'.ct ac oid-  iiujdy. 'Thus far five w<u-ra'ir.s , for  "thn arrest of Chappell ,.av?, "**e.vn U  sued and the cases are no.'- p'.*:.-.0;o^  in the police'court, Trial has Hen  deferred for ten days, hut two of the  properties owned by* Chappell which  brought in a revenue of SI,000 ��������� e,-eh  a month, have .been closed.  POWERLESS  TO   COPE  WITH PEAS \ NTS  Moscow, .July 19.���������A landlord fleeing from Bobrove( in the province  of Voroneith) where a peasant np-  risinr.; lias tali en place has arrived  here and gives a frightful picture  of devastation.' He describes the loss  es in the provinces as collossal. The  troops are powerless to cope with  the  Peasants   who   are  marching     in  No other travel-Look tells ,as much about    tho   Great' Northern as  1-3  Wonderland 1906  Its chapters deal with Pug-et Sound, the Colutii'bia'- River, the Que-  rdut Indians, the Bitterroot Range of Montana, the Yellows torn*  National Parle.  SEND    IT    TO    YOUR    EASTERN     FRIENDS  There's nothing better as a gu ide to the splendid country   between  lhe Mississippi ami thc tide w aters of the Pacific.     Send six c-entv  lor a copy, or send the six cents with the address of the friend  to whom "Wonderland J90G"    i.s to be mailed to  A. M. CLELA.ND, Cien. Pass'gr Agent, ST.  PAUL,  Minn.  Northern Pacific Railway  Three Trains Pally in each direction between St.. Paul, Minneapolis,  Duluth and  Superior,  and    the Great Pacific*Northwest.  Try a Province  Cigar.  SAVED HIS COMRADE'S LIFE.  "While returning from the Grand  Army Encampment' at Washington  J'City, a comrade Irom l*'l--,'m, 111., was  j taken with cholera mm 'ms ami \va->  in a critical condituii," says Mr.  J. E. Houghland, of Eldon, Iowa.  "I gave him Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy aad  believe saved his life. 1 have been  engaged for len years in immtgiation  work and conducted many pui'tiis to  lhe isouth and west. 1 always carry this remedy and have used it successfully on many m-casluus." Sol I  by Ladysmilh  Pharmacy.  .^^^qrara'"'^^ "'���������- wg'-^sga^iayBaBSBtaste:  '.Minard's  Liniment cures  Cold, etc.  laryv bunii*-, dej.ii n\. my practically  o\ i'i',i liiiug". Aoi more than one-  teiiin of Lhe usiuies ;uv spared. Tho  iiiu-,t'iiiuii -a-is -..Wined b,\ lhe ��������� refusal oi -the landlords in tiie norib-  ei'u part of lio.jime tli^tricl lu a-  git. io an atU.tUL, ol wu^es lo mu  lui'iii women.  "Say, Bob," said Lhe small g-rl to  thersmatt boy, '������������������.. hai ajic relations'.'"  "Relations,"   \wis the answer,  ";uc  1'oiii.s ��������� that keep  mufher  \\ orivJiiy    so  hard for Icai  they U  come around  ou  a Lour of uisucci-ion and say she isn't  a good housekeeper.'.'  NOTICE  Act, or, law, .now or- lu-i-inaftei-': in  force, lo sell or oiler lor ;-i\le or  purchase  anv  yoods,   i-luil l-Ms,   0r  oth '  er personal properly. ������������������������ any real es- -Notico is h.-rohy given that 1 in-  tale, or ty carry on,or trnnsaci any tend to apply to lhe Board of Li-  business o'i bis ordinary calling, or consing Commissioners of the City ol  in eoiiiicct ion    wiib  siit-lv   railing,  or Ladysmith,  at it next sitting,  for a  transfer from  myself  to' Hanry Blair  lor gain,   to   do.     on   thai   day     any  work,   business,   or   labor.  :���������,.���������Notwithstanding iin.vihing- herein rontafned. any person may on Sun  day tlo any ������oii; of necessity or  merr.\. and for greater certainty, ^ut  nol so ns lo restrict the ordinary  mtMiiimi     i>f   lbe   i-Nprcssiou   -'-\\ork  FULL  (Contiiued on  Page Tilireo).  BOWEL COMPLAINT  IN CHILDREN  During the summer months children.  ������������������we subject to disorders of the .bowels which should receive- careful attention as soon as the first unualur-  ; T looseness of thc bowels appears.  Tlie best medicine in use for bowel  complaint is Chamberlain's Colic,  cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as it  promptly controls any  I- ��������� ��������� ness of the bowels,  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  TEXT Oi*',THE. '.: .  :' 7-   ���������   :':;     .LORD'S DAY ;PiLL  ���������.The.Lord's Day .131(1 as'auiendod,by  the. Senate, iti" eominiliee of the whole  house, July iu, IUU0, and a's.iinat-  ly amended by the .House of Commons: ! .  His Majesi.y,'.by and with ihe advice', and consenL of tlie Sena-Le and  House oi Commons of Cumuli"-, enacts  as  follows:  . '   '  1.���������lu this Act., unless, the '.'context otherwise requires.���������.       "  (a) "���������'Sunday" means the.', period .of  tiuie. which' begins;, nf- twelve o'clock  ou Saturda.*,- ai'Lernoon and ends at  twelve o'clock on. Lhe'- following after  noon ;  ���������(b) '-Person" has vh'e ' meaning; l  which it .has iii the Criniinal Code, J  :iiSD2;.  .'.;' }  (c)" Vessel'v -includes  any  kind    oijf.1"  vessel'  or-  bOiil.  used    for    conveying   ,n'is,   paint ng  Passengers  aiitl  freight  by   water;     .  j  (d) ��������� *''.Railway''1' includes .steam railway, ..'electric railway, street1 railway and .tramway;- \  (o) ������������������Periorinance" includes -,any  g-ame, match,, sport, contest, exhibition   or eiitert.ninment:  (f) "Employer"   include!-;  every   pet-  sou   to   whose   orders   or    directions  nny   othor   person     is   bound     by.'his  oinjtloymeiil   bound  to  perform.  (g) "Provincial Act." means any  charier to n immicipality, or any  public act, tif any -province whether  passed  before   or   since  confederation.  '2.���������11 shall iint bo lawful for any  person, on Kundtiy. except as provided   for   herein   or   in   any   Provincial  For a cool, refreshing-���������  A T H  During the Summer  Months Call on   THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving   Parlors,  etc.,    High  Street  Sunlight Soup is better limn other soaps, but  s Ijsst when used iu the Sunlight way.  15:1/ -���������". n!i<!it S t -.',> .������i 1 iall.nv Olreclion.s ������,  Union made-Capital & Nugget Cigars  DAY  SCHOOL *  uaiial   subjects   taught;   also       ian-  0t "| i.'.uage-',  drawing  in  pencil   and cr&y-  n  oils and   water colon*, pianoforte and  vocal  lessons giv-  rn  in classes or  indiviilually  (HIIXS HER'TRATiI,      Ladysmith, 1LC  RAYMOND   &  SONS  ^    -���������Dealers  in���������  Lime,   Plaster Paris,    Brick,  J    r<'irc 11 rick and  Vancouver is-  r-*i 7   ~ _-  ^ Viand cement.  ���������^   3 Pandora St. Victoria B.C.  of tbe license to ' sell spirituous and  fermented liquors on lot tluee (3),  Block twenty-six (2G), on the premises known as the Cecil Hotel, situated on Eirst Avenue in the city of  Ladysmith,  B.C.,'  Dated this 15th   day   of .June,"   A.  D'.'-1906.  GEORGE HANMAV.-  By his Attorney  in fact,  Henry  Reifcl.  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  Call on J, E. kith  House- and Sign Paintei  it "������������������������������������������   ���������if'��������� !��������� ��������� mm ttm n      \m ������������������������������������! 'iw inBr ���������n nwiwi  k loo poinf Fast?  Tbea ba aurc yomr tickets read   ������b  tha  North Western- line  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at. ST. PAUL  anil MINNEAPOLIS with th*  through train* from the F'acifl.  Com*.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, TV  FINEST TRAINS,   THE   LOWES'"  flATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS.' ST.   PAUL,   CM*  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITS  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask y-  locul ggent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   Aft  7W 2ni Ava.. S**ttl������.  i      njlt   & Nanasiiii) Railway  ���������r  ���������i ������������������!.  AMSHIP SCHEDULE  EPFECTIYE JULY,  IS.  Sai.,  from Lad: s.i.iih for Vnncotn ei every Tiio: d Ly at  r, o'clock a.m  Sails   from   Vaneou-.er Sim- Ladvsmith every    .Mi'iulny   and    Tuesday, at  1:30 p.  m. . . ' '  Geo. LiCourluey,  District  Passougi-r AjiH'iii  58 Government St., Victoria, B.C.  <8������Kii  Ticket and  Freight  Oihce,   75  Goyernment Street.  n    Transcontinental  0  i        Trains Daily      L  The New Train  CRIENTAu LIMITED   L  The Train of  Ease,   Elegance,   Excellence.  Every   mile  a  picture, - and  no smoke to spoil thc   vie1*  Through  Compartment,   (  servation and Pullman  Slei  ers;     also - Through    Tonrisi  Cars to Chicago.  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty  Union     Terminals   with   all  Steamer lines. '  Berth, reservations by  wirel  Great Northern S.S.  Co.  FOR  JAPAN    AND  CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota and Da-'*  kota sail from Seattle for .Japan    and China ports at   fre- -  (fiienr dates.      Exact    sailing  dates' can he secured upon application to any  Great Northern representative:  S.  G.  YERKES.  *     A.G.P.A.,  Seattle,  Wash.  E.  R. STEPHEN,  Gen.  Agent,   Victoria, B.C.  ~ " 'ism.  rJ������ ftSURSERSES,      GREEK-  ^2       KQUS������!i AND SEiO  3J HOUSES  ^mji   H'HO   Ve.-Jtttii'niiter   Road.  ^g VAiNOOlIVBtt.  +������  +������  etxszz&ac&agxsigJiuxuasm&zst.mi.  Try Capit ?'. and Nuggei Ci % s  DTGBY, N.S.  Minard's Liniincnl.  Co.,  Limited.  Gentlemen,���������Last August my horse  was badly cut in eleven places iby a  barbed wire fence. Three of Uie cuts  (small ones) healed soon, but thc  others became foul and rotten, and  though I tried many kinds of modi-  cine they had no beneficial result. >At  last a doctor advised mc ta use  MINARD'S LIiVlMENT and in four  weeds' tinw; every sore was healed,  and the hair has grown over each  one in Tine condition. The Liniment  unnatural ''H certainly wonderful in its working..  For   sale! JOHN R. HOLDEN.  Witness, Perry Bauer.  Under New Manajrment  HOTEL WILSOJVL  jus-J-R." McKirinsIL Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial  Mens!--head(i������a.vters.  Modern  and     Strictly First Claas.  Fire Proof     Buihliag.  HOTEL .DOMINION...  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK���������-  and  ���������WHITE   L.ABOK--  '���������.-���������''Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE   STREET-   ��������� Ladysmith;  -Rates? ifl.S5.--ii-.  f\ .rt'i-  Fni to  ail s'.fi'.m'K-.at,  iftndii.i.a ftiid  railway (it-po".!-. KlrctncJcaiB every five  mWiutef to all fsile of - tho city. Bar  and l-.i-ilMej-inexcivih-'i1.  F. B A YN ������������������������������������������������������}, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER  B, C  Best accommodation for transient  and permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has heen comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  d������te Rates (l.Att a day and ������p  w^ds. it  WM.  BEVERIDGE, Prop.  KpflftR**!* '������������������������������������>-������������������ ������������������:������������������������.��������� Ladfoialtlj  STI5AM H1;AT1!1i  KUKNISU   ROOMS  BAR BIJI'I'UKDVl'ni Uiu T  WlNlCi", I.1QUOKS. C1CJ4XS  BB0TSF0RD HOTEL  A. J. McMURFiilE, I'lOpsletor,.  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  ���������LADYSMHrl,   . C  Good tables and good  Rooms  This   Hotel   has  been  completely       renovated.  Board ������ad lodgiag $1.00 per dt������y.  HOTEL-    PRETORIH  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Fletcher Bros.  . ..DmI-m-s In ....  Pianos   & Organs  Ladysnitb, B.C  Headquarters for   PACll-IC OKOWN Oiirdcn,   ileln   fOT  ���������und flower'SKlHJS  Jo>* distribution. ;'  Large   stock    of 1 tonic  Grown  FRL'IT and  OR-  NAMENTA L     TRE ES  now matured for Spring.  No expense, loss -or   delay of  ImniQation or  inspection  Let me vricc your list  before  placing your   order. Creennoiise Plants,  Floral Packages. Fertilizers, etc.  3010  Westminster Road.  , VANCOUVER,  B.  C.  \k-***.  Plumbing and Tinsmilhing  "        .    "        DONE. AT  Reasonable Prices  ���������it,.���������  J.  ANDERSON  Leave orders  at reterson's  tfiirn-  ture Store, or telephone No fo.  ���������f  THE TYEE COPPER GO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD'ANO  SILVER ORES.  : ' '   ���������* " * ��������� *   i  Smelting Works at  LvADYSMITH,   B.C.  t       HEAD OFFICE  t DUNCANS STATION.  |       Vancouver Island, B. C,  *++***-f*+'f'f+'f'!;'i--i-Hi--;'-M^*+-f-.i j"j-j"|..|^.+^^i..i������!������r-Ti.^^^.{..f4.^..n..r.^.{.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager.  *"  :*  +  + ���������- .  ���������-*���������    ���������  "���������*���������-. >  ��������� * .   ���������  I STOVES!                       STOVES!   !  | wefare making J1EATERS-and RANGES of    t  I Liitest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do     i  \ Al | kinds of Foundry and Repair Work            !  I Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty     |  j Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld * I  TELEPHONE 53  P. O. Pox -12.  .������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  .\-  Bar  Supplied  with   the  Best    Wines, 1st Avenue  Liquors and  Cigars.  :-: Ladysmith 11.0.  TH6 CITY 7VY ttRK6T  R. Wi-1 liamson-Prop  ist Avenue Ladysmith B. Q  ��������� ___.    ^.^.^.-*.-*.^.-������.-m.-������-*������������������������.������������������.-%.-*��������� ���������*������������������. ���������%,������-%������������������^���������������������������-������������������--������������������������������������^^^������������������,  \VM.  MUNSIE,  President    J. W. COBURN, Managing Director.  Telephane 4-b.  he Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd.  {  s������  TW  VI**"  MILLS   AT   FIDDIGK   AND   LADY SMITH-J*  Shingles si Specialty  MANUFACTURERS OF���������-  llou'������li aiul r>ipessctl Fir and Cedav Tjiimbci-s  LATHS,   SHINGLES,   MO ULDINGS,      ETC.,     of   the  BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISI-HNCf LUMBER IN STOCK  PAJNTING   AND " PAPERHANG1NG  Neatly and Artistically Done       Orders   Promptly   Execute  S.  ROEDDING    ------   LADYSMITH  J LAD\'SMft#' TRANSFER STABLE I  T  f  IANOS,      ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     J.TJRNITURI' MOV-  F.D  PROMPTLY  A ND   SAFRLY.  -M-uwesMetsmiCBi)]  Stabled iu the regr of the Ladysmith  hotel.      Leave-  orders  at   t!-.>        *  Abhotii fori! t  A.    J   WASKETT,  J      pr0P   j  Mi+tHt-KttWtH*'+tt+++H+-k^-t+++ff+-fi+HKH+-t-Ttti I mmmmmmm^^^^-  '��������� THJRJL ADTSMITH DAILY LEDGER  ��������� tamtamn���������gi mm iii'im  LOlXJiiJ;.  .LADYSMITH    TEMPLE,    No.    fi ���������  \,   Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows'  Hall    every  2nd    and   -1th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  k������ . 'MRS.  KATE TATE.  M. ol R. cV C.  : e^Kr^t������iE2������3SLaaSFi2������!SaaBfflBJ  II  LBERT  l El' .:  FULL TEXT c>Lc THE  .     - LORD'S DAY BILL  Continued  F-- I  ficm   Page 2.  UNITED  ANCIENT  ORDER  OF  DRUIDS.  Wellington drove,-No.  -I,  LL'A.O.n. |  meets in  the    I.O.O.F.   Hall,    Lady-j  smith, the Second and  Fourth   Wednesdays   of   each   month,   comuienciii.j; j  Wednesday, LUIi,  1 !>(>;���������. !  Visiting Druids, are  invited   to   alii end.     Ry Onlei  '-,     U'M.   UAI-TEK,   Rcr.  Sec.  PATRICK 11URK, X.A.  Dr.R.-B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All  work  guaranteed   and at reason-  aide rates.  RESIDENCE   AND OFFICE  LadmuHli  Open at   all hours.  wttidcic >' i  iADYSMmHBAKiU-iY  CUOl'CE    CAKES     AND    PASTK\  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    L'atei  'Hade   to  Older  Dr.  Dior can |,c found   al  any lime   kkcits   A WD    CANDIES OF  ALL  at his oihce on (latacie street.    His ;      KINDS.    4'KESB    BREAD EV-  (Icntal work is guaninleed to ,bc lirsl- j ERY   DAY  class, and  rales  reasonable.    "~ il'rite.s    are     Very Reasonable.  Customers are Treated Alike.  HOP  LEE & CO.  re.';-ulai"    M on-  All  .iNOVICE  From      this  date   the   undersigned  I will not ho (('sponsible lot any Indebtedness incut res! except on a  wiitien ornei .signed by the secretary  Rowland   Macliin*  V.   I.   EXPLORATION  A   5JKVEL  OI'MENTTO.,   LTD.  Non I'lrsomt'  l.labil'ty.  v*"-,.i'..    u   c    y.-.-,  \z:n   ">(\:>  ON THE   ������SPLANADE.  EXCELLENT  iiii'J.i   u������  81  BRl'.Rltfit,    E*-*"  Money   H    lorn  Wi^- BS-WEEN  GHI8A6O9 LOBtSOH,  HAGULTGh; TORONTO,  ,M0NT������L,pBEe9  PORTLA-SS, BOSTON,  And the rrlm-l,*.'" nuiini"������s OentcrR of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  1    Maritime Provinces-  I ALSO TO BUFF/UO. KEW VORK AM  I     MIlADELPHift, VIA SIAOARA FAU8.  of nucessiityj or moi-cy," it is hereby  declared t'liat. it shall bo deemed to  inchide iho following ��������� classes 01  woi k:���������  ia) Any necessary 01 ciu-iioii'ai'y  ��������� work  in connection  with   divine  wOr-  Shl.i;  t-i) Work ,for the relief 01 .sickness  an.I suffering, including the sale ol  Ui 1 ,qs, medicines anil surgical ap-  pl .uices  by  retail;  !���������') Receiving transmit t in};, or dr  Ui.. ring telegraph m- telephone iiies-  siici's;  (jl) Sturlmg m- maintaining fires,  111a .i������g repairs lo 'furnaces and 10-  pairs in cases of emergency and tlo-  inj", any ot'hcr woik when such tires  repairs or work ;u*<" essential to. any  'industry or "industrial process oi  such a continuous nature that it ran  not. be stopped without, serious in,  jury to such industry or its pro-  chnt or to the plant or property us  ed iu such process;  (e) Starting or maintaining fires,  und ventilating', pumping out, and  inspecting mines, when any such  work ia essential to the protect ion  of property, life, or health;  (f) Any work without the doing  of which on Sunday, electric current,   light,   heal,  cold  air,   water  01  s   cannot     be   continuously   suppli.  of    travellers  FovTimo 'I'.-.ltlc... eli-., I'.udi'asa  C"-*0. W. VAU.?,  Assistant Gcn'l I'lisuugcr ii-.ul '''li-kot AKbiit, g  US  ADAMS ST., CHICAtT.  3X������iMt?!Si.S:2Z&iZZ<ZS&  CUBMI CiGAR FAC1QH  Manufacture?!-.off;lie Famous!' I    DI-H^V  9,   Ml  CUtfAN   ,-5:/>o.s)i       I   Si  liLmi   ������& UUl  ! None bit   LT'it'."*. I,;<!������o;     Uiuploj'sd  H J. BOOTH, Prop  Paisfay 9ya Works  Fancy Dyeing and Cleaning. Charges reasoiiinble, etc.    Work Ouar.antced  Commercial St. ��������� Nanaimo, LB.'C.  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCAt)    Br. AND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC  w  iYihli -J 1Y GOODS  miHfTti' o-  Miners'.Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and  REPAIRED   AT  SHORT   NOTICE.      DH1L1..  SHARPENED   BY  US      ALWAYS   GIVE  SATISFACTION.  -���������PICKS  HANIVLEI) A  Nb REPAIRED���������  -SIl I P S MI Til I N TT   IN   ';.A L L- I T'S'B'R A N C III-:  Horseshoers and"Gener:** 'Blacksmitins.  <f> ������ ���������������������������?, ^-������  s  BLiller  ���������street  -  iUJ \&: a iti':,  L3  ���������������������������I-f-..-^-I-f-;.^.J-A-j<-������-".-i-4-4-..:..t-^j������.].^r:..-;..1.^..;- ^ .:.^.;. j..:. ;..:,.,,  I  I  -IC  Will be Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays.  ���������-.Fridays-iand .Saturdays:. "  .'orders  imist  be in  by  eleven o'clock  on  (lay  of Delivei-y,  <-il  for  lawful purposes;  (g)   The   conveying  and  work incidental   thereto;  (h)   The  cont nuance    to  their destination   of   trains,    nnd   vessels     in  transit   when       Sunday   begins,   and  work incidental thereto;  (i) Loading and unloading- moi-chan  disc, at in termed into points, on or  irom passenger boats or .passenger  trains;  (j) Keeping railway tracks clear of  snow or ,ico, making repairs in cases  of emergency, or doing- any other  work of a like incidental character  necessary to keep the lines or tracks  open;  (k) Work before six o'clock in the  forenoon and after eight o'clock in  the afternoon of yard crews in hnud  ling   cars in railway yards;  (1) Loading, unloading and ope rat  ing any ocean-going vessel which  otherwise would be in imminent dan  ger of being stopped hy the closing  of navigation, or loading, or-unloading hcfoiv seven o'clock in-the morn  ing- or after eight, o'clock in the afternoon any grain,, coal, or'ore carry  ing. vessel after the fifteenth of September; ���������  (m) The caring of milk, cheese and  live animals and the unloading'and  caring for perishable products and  live animals, arriving- at any .point  on  Sunday;  (n) The operation,, of any toll, or  drawbridge,'.'or of any ferry or boat  authorized by comoetent authority.  to carry passengers on    Sunday;  (o) The hiring of horses and carriages or small boats i'or the - personal use of the hirer or his family  for any purpose not prohibited by  this act:   -  (p) Any unavoidable, work after 6  o'clock in tlie forenoon of Sunday, in  *  1    i  st-   H    t-    I'!"'  the   pt-epai-fttjon   of   a  day morning' edition   of n dml.\   !���������."..',  paper;    '        ,r'  (in   The    Jsronvii\ iii"   . of   It is   .Miv.i-  ���������V;        f'. |     I   i "1  \>t  f-  cstv's    mails'    anil  swoVk"   inridcntal  thereto. \]        .    ]     |    | ?���������':'-  c-Slic  use,   and   tin*,   work  of    tlomfsli-c  (r) 'I'he dqii\fi-y of inilk for doin-  scrvants nndjoi' waU'hijioi).  (s)   The  op'-'i-atipn2 bj}   liny |/Jarii\p,-;|.'-'i|  ii.n  electric jstrei |   ro il^vi^y  company,'  whose  lino  is; iuletrp'.ovinuial   or'',int-cr  '"- '    .     '    ',  iiii'ional.   or   wh'ujh ; is������ opcr-.iU il      as  part, of its system, unless otherwise  prohibited by l'rovinciul authority,  of its curs, I'or p.isneiigoi- I riillir ' on-  Sunday,, or any line or brunch now  re-^-ularly  so   operuii'il;  (t) Work tlone by any p< i .-.on in  (hu public sen ire of Hi.-. .Majesty,  while ui-ting iberi-in unili r anv regulation or direei it n of. any department   of   (lie   {.Joveriinicnl:  (n) Any im.'ivoid.ili'e work |j\ INher  in. n nftei- six o'f.lork in I lie afternoon (>f Sunday in the taking of  uVli;  (v) All operulions comiei-le-cl with  l1m-> making of imiplo sugar ami map  le  syrup  in the  maple grove;  (w) Any unavoidable work on Sunday lo save property in eases of  emergency or where such property  is in imminent danger of destruction  or serious  injury;  (x) Any work which the Hoard of  i'itilway Commissioners for Canada  having regard to lhe object of ihis  Act (and with the object of prevent  ing- any undue delay'.), deems nec-  es--ary to permit in eoiinecuou with  .he "freight trullic of any railway.  The costs of all applications to the  Hoard under this paragraph shall be  borne rby the applicant, and, if more  i hun one, in such , iu such propor-  I ions as the Hoard determines.,, Notice of application, iu which the reus  ons to be relied on shall be fully  set oui, shall be given to the Ue-  partnienlof  railways  and   Canals     In  ; In mild weather,   when* a   steady -fire  is   not  neede'd,  the  chilliness   can   be   taken   oft'   a  house  with-^'a  wood7j*iire ��������� the  .]arge������?douV������le  feed-yloo-GB*".    A tigs  will.admi^-heavy, rougli chl^k. >": ^   |    11  The   "Sunshine" is  a"   glowing    opposition   toi-.   "'*���������  '���������'  cold winter days,  and  will produce  more comfort  from   the   same   amount   of fuel than   any   other ���������  furnace.  You should examine this...heater before buying  any other.  Sold by enterprising dealers  everywhere ��������� booklet free.  London,  Toronto,  MONTREAli,  WlNNIl'EO,  Vancouver,  Ba\ John,  Hamilton.  ~4--.  *���������   i  Ihe  Ladysmith Hard wafe Co.,' Sole  er    fee    is  so charged  is provided    in   any   foreign   newspaper   or    publicat-  any   building  or  place to  which   per-   ion classified as a newspaper.  sons   are  corn-eyed   for   hire   by  I  the'     10.���������Any  person  who  violates    any  I,of   the   provisions   of   this   Act   shall  proprietor,  or managers  of such per- j ^      ^    ^^  ^  ^^    ^ ^  forniance,     or    by   any   one      acting ��������� '  us their agent or under their con-  irol, the charge of such conveyance  all other respects the procedure un-j shall be deemed an indirect payment  dm- the' Railway Act, 190:1., shall,' M[ .sllCh fee within the meaning ol  so  far as applicable,  apply. I uus seciion.  4.���������Except    in   cases   oi   emergency,1    y_|t shall  not   be  lawful    for   auy  it  shall  not   be  lawful    for    any per-,' person on   Sunday,  except as provid-  :.on   to require   any employee engaged   in   anv.  work .described ������������������in    para.  '<-d in any  Provincial Act or law now  tu-    hereafter  in      force,   to run, con-  gi-aph (c) of sett ion :*. of ihis act J,|UL.(j| ol- ClU1Vey by any mode of con  or in the work of any industrial pro j Ve.\ unce, any excursion on which pas  cessin connection with t ransporta- J sung-ors are conveyed for hire, and  tion, lo do on Sunday tin- usual [uu i���������g for its principle and only  work of his ordinary calling, unless; object tho carriage on that day of  snch  employee   is  allowed   ihiving   1 ho J sin-li   passcngors   for   ainusemenr.      or  plea.sure, and passengers ao conveyed shall not lie deemed to be trave  lers within the meaning, of this  Act.  7-���������ft shall not be lawful for' any  persons to advertise in Canada in  any   manner   whatsoever   any   perfor-  riext six days of such week, twenty-  four consecutive hours without labor.  2.���������This section shall nol apply to  any 'employee engaged in the woik  of an individual process in which the  reg-ul'ar.'day's lab'pr of such employe-en  is not of more than eig-ht  hour's dirWj mance  or  other  thing* prohibited    by  in Go  ation.  5.��������� It shall 'not be lawful for .any  perison, on Sunday, escopt as provid-  ed in any provincial Act. or law now  or hereafter in force, to engage in  any public game or contest for gain,  or for any pn'zo-oi* rewartl, or to  be   present   there  at,   or   to    provide,  this Act.  2���������It shall not l.e lawful for any  person to .'advertise in Canada in  any manner whatsoever any performance or. other thing which if given  or done in Canada would be a violation   of this Act.  Millard's  Liniment cures Diphtheria  I  Limited  ASMAIMO^  B. C.  ������������������-X-.-*-!"'-*-!-'*-'!-*-!-*- 'I---K-*" -���������I-^-I-t-i-Hr :--HE-H~*K*"** ?l-4"l*+'l~*~'r+'l-*~i">  >������������������.   r" -~ '.  VV- V    ,    V   ������������������-   V -.   -1"  .-, .i,,.,^^       desk-������s~"''V "quirements   as to residence may    he  r ^ ^ ^rf7'^ ^T-iil rJ,u'cno^pv*f ou5:- ' "1 satisfied by such person residing with  i H   i?*l"H   Sari  &   *V(7        OCTAi'NED."  ADVICE AS TO I'ATiiNTAGILJTY S  Nctiou in "Iiiver.live Arc "  Uoolz "'ilow to obtain I'atents"  Cluir^  TV  ���������^"^"v^'f:  !  tt/'rt  .!*  r*? -***"-3 gi  saK  rges -moderate. No fee till patent is secure-'  Lei tors strict! y confifiential.   AddrbTi,  H. G. SIGuERS. Patent Lawyer. Washinplon, Cf  !&fcr.  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his home  stead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six monthe' notice in writing  should be-given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  or���������     ,      r ,,       ,-      tt    .->.4.-   ,    .per acre for soft coal and    $20   for  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead     '    .      ., .,      ��������� ..       .,������������������  Ue.M.lauons. -      anthracite.       Not     more     than  320  available -   Dominion     Lands ] f'rf can l)C  ^^ll���������^}"^:  Leads Them    AH  IN  QUALIFY  R. P.RITHET,  &CoM Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA,   ���������: :���������:."--.   .-: .��������� B.C  m.iry  conviction,   to  a   fine,   not  less  than one dollar     and  not exceeding-  forty dollars,  together  with  thc cosl  of prosecution.  II.���������livery emplojer- who authori-  7r3 or directs anything to bo done  in violation of any of the provisions  uf ihis act, shall for each olTence' be  liable, on summary conviction, to  a line not exceeding- ono hundred dollars and not less than twenty do'-  hii's, i'n addition to any other penally prescribed by law for the same  oli'encc.  12.���������.Every  corporation   which '  authorizes   or   directs   or   permits      its.  employees to', carry    on  any part    of  the   business   of   such   corporation   in  violation   of   any   provisions   of   'this  Act,  shall  be liable,  on summary Con  vk-tion   before   two   justices    of     thc  pence,   for the   first offence    to a pen '  ally   not exceeding   two hundred and  fifty dollars,  and for each subse-hjuent-.  offence    to   a   penalty   not    exceeding  dye. hundred.      dollars   and    not  less ���������  than one hundred dollars, in-addition  to any  other penalty, ���������prescribed     by  lmv   for   the   same   olTeiieo.  i:J-���������Xothing herin shall prevent  the operation on Sunday for passenger traffic of any railway sub.  Jed. to the legislative authority ol"  any province unless such railways  is prohMjited by provincial authoritj'  from so  operating.  2.���������Nothingi    herein   shall   prevent  Any  Royalty at-   the  a family, or any male over e ghtoca ,  years of age, to the extent of one- j  quarter section of 1U0 acres, moie'  or less. ,  Entry must ho made personally at  the local land oflice rot the district  in   which  thc land  is  situate,  The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one. of the following  plans:  (1) At least si* months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for  three years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homesteail  er resides upou a  farm in  the vicinity of the land entered for, the    re  tinal  or company  rate  y   pounds shall    be    collected      on   the  gross output.  W.  W.   CORY,  Deputy  of  the Minister of Tnterlnr  within the  Railway  Belt    in  British I  ,, ,     ,. ,      ,,       .....     rate    of ten cents per  ton  of   2,000  Columbia, may  he    homesteatled '  uny  person  who is  tlie sole head  of  W. SILERiji,'  iENEKAL LXPRESS OT  DELIVEEY  WORK PROMPTLY   :>"������������������ '���������  Lee.vc orders at the  Abhotslortt  Keep   Minard's    Liniment    in  house.  the  k LASS      GLOBES  When you want a Glass globe  see that you get the globe  with the rubber ring on it,  as it is the only kind that  can keep the water out ��������� the  globes without the rub|hier ring  cannot keep out water, you  '$ can see that by examining  them. The artificial flower  that is put into the globes  with the rubber rings, is guar  anteed to be the best, and if  you want a globe with a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X.  .Tones, agent for  H -5NRY CREW  The only place you can get  Them.  | Sole Agent in B.C. for the  I French Wreath Co., of Lon-  I don, Paris, Melbourne, S.A.,  | Cor. fomox Rd. & Milton St.  I NANAIMO B.C.  8.���������It shall not be lawful for any  engage in, or to be present at any person on Sunday, ��������� to shoot with, o*  performance of public meeting else-' yae. any gun, rifle, or other similar  where than in a church. at which! engine, either for gain, or in such a  any fee is charged, directly or. indiiv; maimer or in such places as to-dis-  ectly,   either  for  admission  to     such   turb    other  persons   iii attendance in]  performance oi".-.'meeting, or to any public worship or m the obsers-auco lho oporation on Sunday for pas-  place within which the, same is pro- of that day. senger traffic .by any railway com-  vided. or for any service or privilege' D���������Is shall not be lawful far any paiiy inco,'p0rated b'y or subject to  thereat. . S person lo bring into Canada foi'tho legislative authority of tte Par-  2.���������When- any performance at sale or distribution, or to sell or jja^ont of Canada of its railway  which an admission foe or any oth- disl ribulc within Canada, on Sunday rhe^e ,suc]i operajion is ,lot .otherwise prohibited.  i-t.���������Nothing herein shall be construed to repeal or in any way eli',  eel. any provisions of any act, relating in any way to the observance of Sunday in force in any provin  ce in Canada when this Act comes  into force; and where any person vio  lates any of the provisions of this  Act, and such offence is yJo a violation of any other act, tlie offender  may be proceeded against either under the provisions of any other act  applicable to the   olTence charged.  l.">.���������No action or proseciit ion for  a violation of this act shall be commenced without the leave of the At-  l orney-Genernl I'or the .province in  which the offence is alleged to have  been committed, after thc expiration of sixty days from the time o'"  the commission of the .allcg*od offence.  1G.���������This Act shall come into force  on the first day of March, one thousand nine hundred  and  seven.  IP   VOU WANT  AGOOD^   First Class   Meal  CALL AT���������  J. X Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN FIRST  AVENUE.  First   Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD AND  BARK   FOKSALW    AND    DELIVERED.  EXPRE S.S  WORK.  mt*.'***-:*^ ^������������*J������^*Jw������.X.  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at    the office     on Roberts   Street  Mi.  lay Water     Ra.tes, between the 10th    and the 25th of each nu nth.  Office Hours I FvM. 4.30  T, I BLAND  SUPERINTEND ENT.  Express Work  Light Teaming.     Wood and    Bark     for  sale.     See J.   KEMP,  or    leave  Orders With   W. CARTER,  FIRST AVE'NTJE * PH0NE      60  KILLED  BY AN AVALANCHE.  Martignjy Switzerland, July 19.  ���������An avalanche yesterday precipitated four French tourists names unknown, and a Swiss guide into the  torrent below the Ifinckhca'd Gorge.  Two of tho Frenchmen and the guide  wore crushed and drowned.   o   There   are      only      five      Canadian  candidates who      are       qualified  to shoot  in  the second  stage   of the.  King's prize today.    They are Dillon  I Drysdale,   Hayhurst,   Skeddon,    and  I Smith. __;  ,rA-^-u?*pji ���������a iOKXrfi>*t'lr*TrZ  THELADYSMITHDATI7F LEDGER  .-������  -***- -**'. ���������'*'. ������'fr������ ���������������* ������*���������*. -���������. -**"���������. ���������'*'. -**"������������������ -***. ������***. -**** -**". ���������'���������'��������� ������**"��������� -*fr. itj ������*f j r'i'. .'���������"- --i'i J. .*t*. .*���������*| .���������.  *,# *Jt/ ,+i'" ,+, *''���������*���������' ,+l '���������l1"'*Xl '+1 *���������*���������',* ,4>1 "������������������, *+��������� *+*****+* "4^'*^1*"*rl*f*4?  ���������  ���������  ���������  *  *  *  I  *#*  You will act wisely by spending your money where you will get  The tot  s  AND THAT'S AT  *  ���������  #���������#$��������� ���������#���������#���������$������������������##<&$ #*^^-^*^##*##* ���������$-*-*-���������*  Smith, Potos,  WANTED��������� Can\assiT familiar   with  the city.     Apply  in  person to Led-  'I hat's Allli    &^  0fl'ce-  Local Items j nanaimo  . ....    NEWSNOTES  immsst^M^iMUbMBai^et^ w niaiw  Freight is certainly being moved to  the island at present. To.lay, in  Vancouver there, were ready i.*r ;< .p-  ment to the island 22 cars, which ic-  ���������quired two barges to bring over.  Airs. ���������A. Hutchinson and daughter,  Miss G. Hutchinson, left tin-" morning for Montana, where they will  spend the next three months usituuj  friends and  relatives.  **v  Two mien are at work with a team  a1 the back of the Provincial jail,  talidng out forty or fifty cords of  dogwood, which it is undcistood,  he shipped to Victoria as soon as-  cut.  Air. i\l. J. Henry, tlie well i no :i  nurseiyman of Vancouver, whose advertisement appears on aitfjilur p-������j-e  of this issue, has just returned to  Vancouver from Taeomn, where he  was in attendance at the coavent'on  of the Pacific Coast Nurserymen. At  the contention, Mr. Henry .was elected vice-president of the  .\s;-*i\i ion.  NOTICE.  If you  want    to sell your chickens  for a fail     price, 'bring  them to   J.  X. Smith's restaurant," 1st Avenue.  Our' subscribers in the city are requested to read the article on another page containing a statement 10  ���������gaming the freight rates paid by Ihe  merchants of Ladysmith. The Hoard  of Trade are certanly uoikiii������> in  the riaht direction when takin������ up  this matter, and will receive tho  heaity support of every citizen ot  L:itlvsmith.  Ai-rang-ciiR'Uls   arc   being   made     lo  Jhavo tho yi-'-ai.   -juiih'  oi baseball,between  the   Knights   of  Pythias     and  the Sons 01  St   Cioorgo; pulled oli onjjj  't'liursday nig-ht   ik-xi   on   the    Cricket  yi-ounds.      Tin.-   Sons  wanted  to  play 5������  iho gume   on u  Sunday,    but a num.-1 S3  ber   uf people who. would like to tjce  tho gaiuu ha\u   l-hc-ii-   scruples   about  a Suudui    ball ginnu   autl conseijiuont  ly   would  not  atuuul,   so   i-hut   in  order  io yvt u.s  largo a crowd  present  aa   pobbible,   it     tins   In-en      thought  best   to havo  the  g.uno pulled oil* on  a   Thursday iru-ii ing       An   admission  fee  of  23     ccnifc.     i.s   to   be    ehargvd,  the entire proton Is--    lo  go  totho iSa-  jiairjiolLospil.nl,    so    llu-    b'igigei-      the  crowd  Lho  inoro   money   there   is    for  u  deserving instil tu ion.  Uoth of thu iii-ders in this city  )ui-\o iu "their ranks many (ii-fat class  ball players, ami tho coming game  liotwoen them should Ik* one well  worth  seeing.  VV. llilbert, who meets Bayers lo-  'MoiTo-w evening in a fifteen round  glove contest, reports himself as he-'  ing in good condition, and is confi-  Ident 0f winning. Bayers is just as  conlitlent, aiid it is a sure thing  that one of them will ,tje disappointed. At any rate it' .w'U b3 a g>  worth seeing, aiwl a full .hom.se is assured. ' -.  None Better-Capital & [\ugget Cigars  MOONLlCrl-tT EXCURSION.  ���������The Band Moonlight Excursion to  Crofton which will take place jUoit-  tday, duly .'JOth, prom-ises to be an enjoyable alutir. The S.S. .Joan will  leave the Transfer wharf at 7.-30 p.  ���������m., returning-at midnight. She will  stay at Crofton at least one hour,  during which time a dance will he  given at the Hotel Oshorne, 'or the  new hall, if %ready.) free to excursionists. Tickets now on^ale at ' nith's  t'andv Store. ���������?"  Mr. Samuel Rifdpalh, a rusidont' of  Xanaimo for the n*st suviaitixen, \ uai*0  died yesterday in X.'w Westminster  after a brief illiu-ss The de'eeased,  who was 77 years of Lijje, vas anat  i\e of Nori hiiinbi-i-liind, Kng-land,  coming onl io Xo\e S<-ol iu twenly  years ago, and leading l lint prov in-  ce arrived in Nanaimo seventeen  years ago and has resided here continuously    i'MT   Sllli'.' i  The news ol* .Mr. Ih-dpnl li'i df'alh  came Ijy leli'^rapli .\''Ml''tda\ Ln bis  ilnlighter. Airs, N'.-il Mt-Cuish. a1 illnn  si reel. J t was a complete surpriso  to her,, for Mr. Rod path had only  left, a week ago i'or New 'Westminster, and though not. feeling altogether well, was not sp ill as to give  any 'warning that his dvath was so  near at hand  The deceased icicvcs to mourn his  loss, one son, William Uedpalb, and  three daughI ers, *���������,*!���������.--;. Neil ile.Cuish  of this cily, Airs. W'aison of J'ilts-  burg, arid :Mrs Wilson, of Caledonia.,  Xo\ a S'-.oi,ia. . ������������������   -  '.Die veinaini: u.ill nn-iv-e from New.  Wt^sf.minsfer lodny, nnd lhe fimoi-al-  will take phu-e. from I lie r'esideneo  of   his  daughier. ��������� Mrs.   N'r-il   MV-Cnish  fin   Siindav   iu'\l     :\t    1   o'cloi-k'.  ' ��������� ' ��������� *i.1  Friends and a:-f;.;i:iintaiu-rs ore respectfully   invil.d   in   iifli-iid  Nicely made���������Box  pleated���������Made from  Irish Liner.���������Sizes,  32,34, 36-Regu-  lar Price $5.50  Special  $3-95  I WALTERS & &KENKEID  P1CNIQERS -ATIENTION  We lkive made arrange-ineii ts  to ha\ e ������ launch leave the  wharf eveiy hour duutii������ Thurs  day afternoons and on Sundays after 10 o'clock .in the  forenoon lor the Green, anil  shell heach, where we have established refreshment booths,  t'ampcrs wishing plots for  tenting shjuld apply early, aK  the camping season is nearly  here  HRS    McKINNELLnY   ���������HUGH   THORNLEY  The following   i= the  line-up  of Whs  Fernwoods:  Catcher���������P.oberl son.  Pitcher���������Holness.  I-    1st  Base��������� Hlai-Kbui-ue  _  2nd  Hase���������Potts,  .'ird Base���������S.   Shanks  Short stop���������Came  Left  Field���������"Malcolm.  Centre Field���������Moore.  Riffht  field���������A.   Shanks.  Sub.���������Dodds.  The "Magic bnsfball, lenm took ������  firmer g-rasp on tbe Intermediate. r/.'������  j gue championship, last evening by  administering to I'he Reliance learn  their worst Pent ing of the season.  Tho score was 17 to 0 in favor ot  the Eagle team and it the winning  team liad not wanted 10 bring that  terrible ninth inning to a ' liuish,  they would no doubt have been running- their bases yet, for after scoring ten runs, and only one man dowA*  ���������and twilight fast approaching, they  decided to quit the run feast auii  give their opponents a dying chance  before darkness set in. A lead ot  thirteen runs, however, was a tremendous obstacle to overcome, and  the Reliance did not rise to the oc-  ��������� casioh. Two lone runs was all that  they could get across the pan, and  the game ended in favor of the Eagle team   by a wide margin.  The  following- is   tho  score  by    innings:  Eagle  2 0 2 3 0 0 2 0 10-17  Hits 2 0 t 1 0 0 2 0 ."5- .9  Reliance. 30 0 0000 L 2- G  Hits 1 0'1 10 0 10 0-4  Summary.  Earned runs, Eagles 8,. Two base  hits \V. lioyce. Three base hils, \V.  Boyce, Passed ball? Ben Uie I. Wild  pitch "McDonald 1 liases on balls,  off W. "Joyce 2, "McDonald 1, Hit by  pitched ball, Shepherd, JM el ion aid.  Struck out by Harrison 6, McDonald  I, W. -]"!oyce fi, Shepherd ;*, Jnning-s  pitched by Harrison 8, W. [Joyce  5, Shepherd 4. Left on bases Eagle Team 7, Reliance 9. Umpire", J.  McKinnell.  :^w-335������a  tsatsmm  ���������OF-  ������������������ma* *.-.*'J-������*-t*S  Blouses, Prints, Mens Hats &  Children's Straw Hats  To lie  sold Regardless of Price������������������We  will  riot carry  over this Slock  Print'Blouses, $1.25,  now  85c,  Print'Blouses, $p1.i0; now  (15c  Children's Straw Hats,  1.50 now   $1  Children's    do, $1.00, now* 75c  Children's    do, 75c, now  50c  Boy's Canvas- Hats, 50c, now...    .35c  Mcn!s Hals, (>5c, now  .���������...���������     50c  Men's Hats, $1.25, now ...: ,' ��������� .!IOc*  lades Cotton Underwear at Special Value  SIM( NIE1SER& CO Ltd.  im^^oammifmaasmsk.  &m!mmmmvnmmmmmmvww������  FRESH SUPPLY OF-  Try a Province Cigar.  Minard's Lmimcnt cures  Cold, etc.  All nrrangvui.Ti! s luive beou completed for l.h.. bii>- ball nami* on  Sunday with I lie Hm-i-uu-hoiIs of Victoria, whii-b will be playeil o* the  Cricket    liebl     (���������oiriiii.'iiciny    a'       two  Menard's-"   r^iiiiiiK'iii*l, cures   Diphtheria  ^ THE FINEST ^  ������3  HAM  It is our aim to suit all in this line and to do so we carry only the Best  Brands,   viz;  i  HAMMOND'S SUGAR CURED  SWIFT' S ���������B EST  FRYE       BRUHN    ANI>'   CO.  O R I F F I N ' S  M ILO  All are Guaranteed  Tlie Best  A    Trial    Solicited  Our    Ham  Sau  sage  i \m-mk 11 ivmJWi^Mn  3       BLAIR&ADA,,.       ^  o'tloelv sliai|'- Hinfe (ben* last defeat by tho local's, I In- l-Vi-nwoods  have sttenytliened rheir teni'il consid  i rahle aud with Jimmy Holness n  the box I'eel. eonfideht of winning  from 'Nanaimo.  The- home learn, however, expect  to have Miller in the box, and if this  i.s so .the visitors will have to travel  at  a fast pacft  if  t'hey win  out.  'During the progress of the ganie  the Silver Cornet band will render  an open air concert, so that for tho  one price of admission, (he public  will. gi'.-t. a p;ood ball game and bear  a  lirst. class  baud  concert.        .      .  LAUNCHING PARTIES.  Parties wishing to engage a first-  cllass launch for picnic or excursion  parties at reasonable rates should  apply to H. BLAIR, Cecil Hotel,  City. Launch may be engaged for the  evening at any time st  fk. Veal and  {tl   WE   HAVE ,ON   HAND  SOME VERY  NICE  ,   "^2  g ROLLED COINED BEEF                  12 12c. LB.  3  J^^^  *rt~J"T-i n"~m iHTr*"-nfT" '-mmiumtir mm ���������   ^>   ~i 1 m,-  - -mn ^9  1 A. HOWE                                        I  fc MEAT   MARKET                            3  tjsn-n-^.  fXVSESgmSSS^^S������^i  SCREEN DOORS  Wi  NOTICE.  T have taloen over the scavenger business lately handled by Al. Camphell  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 Ar.  Adam. Also any complaint regarding scavenger work will be attended  to if laid at this place. t  ROBERT CALLANDER.  Ladysmith, B.C.  fisr all sizes in Screen Doors, complete with  Hinges, Etc, For  $1.50    EACH  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  i  MODEST CLAIMS OFTEN  CARRY   MOST   CONVIC'ITON  When Maxim, the famous gun inventor, placed his gun before a committee of judges, he stated its carry in,;-* power-to be much below what  he felt sure the gun wo.uhl ���������aocom-  plish. The result of the trial was  therefore a great, .surprise, instead ol  disappointment. It is the same-with  the manufacturers of Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. They do not-" boast of what  this remedy will accomplish, but prefer to let the users,inako the statements. What they do claim, is that  it will possibly cure diarrhoea, dysentery, pains in thc stomach and "how  els and has never |ycen known to fail.  For sale by The Ladysmith Pharmacy.  Get Your������������������������������������  SUNDAY EXAMINER  HEW YORK WORLD  _ '   ������������������AND���������'-.'_���������  HEW YORK JOURNAL  ���������-AT���������  M������ 80011 STORE  i  -i,  t  W; Q:. ffiaS^X:-y:y  Merchant^ Tailor  '.'"���������' '���������"���������' -'':        ' ���������- ' FIRST AVENUE;:. .    "'���������_���������..-.' -,-���������....._7_  Suits    Made to  Qrde;r to Fit and to your  ^       Satisiaction. Call and see Stock  i  '3  BAROAINS= =BARQ AIN3  i. _aiU*^t -C^Lt Tt.  Watches,   Clocks,   Silverwaie,   J'eu'elry  Goods   of all descriptions'  5.   all are to be cleared at a Great Reduction to ma!;e room  for.iiew shipmenls  ,���������������������������-���������.������������������-������������������������������������-������������������  '������������������������*^������..������������������>������..���������.������������������<������������������-���������"  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  iw BoIhj Warhs  1st. Avenue, Ladysmilh. 8. G  y 1 I Ruimninf, Prop.  i     MANUFACT.URliR OF  i Carbonated Beverages,  ! (linger   Beer .  i Pruit Syrups  i P.   O.   Box   2.18  i   ... .   '  ���������.���������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������'������������������.������������������������������������..���������"���������'���������������������������������������������������������������a-*-*-.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������  Our BWaENC-E FaUlfAlH P������N at $!,00 is a Snap  ' "*"* rm" au -"m '���������i-M-"--1*-"**J"~~^������������������ -������������������~~��������� ������������������������������   - ��������� ... --,-��������� m nu���������inaan fnijr.mtuwiri -m  ��������� mtt imt a ���������  B. FORCIMriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  jsa-^n;: L*i3rc-iS"^^i^,,^'^u*^^^--^.^i^.^^ ��������� - :���������?���������>��������� .:��������� .^'r  ��������� ���������1  FOR SATURDAY  Lamb, Mutton,  Beef and Veal  A Carload 0f Prime Beef Cattle just received  from    Ashcrot't.  E. G. PAN N ELL  GAT ACRE ST.        LADYSMITH  ��������� ������������������������a*<ca������������������so������*o(i������������������*  ���������������������������e*������a������������������o������������e^������*������������a'������o  PICTURE  FRAMES  and  latest  Patterns and  Finishes in  FRAME MOTJLDTiSGS,  -**.-*..-������������������������%���������  PLAQUES,  ^i, ���������<%> -*- -<������������������ ,  WALL PACKETS.  Plcturea���������BriMeh  andaGerman.  Bevel  Plate Mirrors.  Passe Partout Picture Binding in  all colors. .lust arrived from the  factory in the East.  ���������%. -*..������. ������������������������  Picture Fraiuin,a; Neatly done at  H.  KAYS  wall Paper depot  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Ol  '���������������������������������������������  Granite and Marble Works  ���������  Clratiile and Marble Monu-  ineuts, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest prices consistent  with first, class stock and  workmanship. ''rite    for  catalogue.1  A.   STEWART,  148 Yates St. Victoria B.C  . ���������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Smoke a Big B Cigar,  1  have just received  a shipment ol  Hills'   High Oracle  ENGLISH T0B4CC0.S  mm] (fs  at the   DRUG  STORE


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