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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jul 24, 1906

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Array THE^iVsMiTH"'Daily Ledger  ���������  . %������!������>.������:������? '    : :: : ���������<   - - :_: 1       ?.     ��������� ><\U - >  . ~~ '   .:   <"~f >    . ���������    - .������������������ '      ���������  ��������� ��������� ��������� .- .. - . ....   . ."/        -  ������������������   - mH^  VOLi.a  TUESDAY, July 21. 190(1.  FRIGE' FIVE GB&JTS  >* ���������'" V  FUMEMiftl If  Of  S  Over one huiuUcd' people left .Ladysmith  this morning at nine   o'clock  on tlie special     (rain to attcnl the  funeral    of Maiy   Jane Dalton,   ' the  young lady     who     was so VAutally  murdered    cin  South   Wellington   or  BOLT Of L16HTMIHG  KILLS FIVE tl  BUL CAME  Manitowoc, Wis., July 2-1. ��������� Just  befoie a ball game between a local  team and Plymouth, Wis , nine, a  firicc electitical storm, swept o\er the  city this eventing and a l{olt oflight  ning stiuck Hie. guuulstaiul whore tlie  Satu.day afternoon  last.    Upon   the  "P^aLn.s   an������l " playci^ had sought'  sheltei.        five   peisonsv, weie killed  SOLDIERS MD  POLICE FIGHT  BLOODY BATTLE  -*+������.  Lisbon,  July   23 ���������In  a battle  last  train  teaching Nanaimo  tho   funeral  I services,    which    had been postponed  |, awaiting    tho     arrival of the Ladysmith people,  weie held in the    Roman Catholic  Church     -It  is estimated that     theie were at the    \ery  |, least five hundred people, nearly * every one of -whom was peisonally acquainted with the deceased,   in    attendance.     The chmch,  in fact,   was  crowded,  and'> many  who,     could not  obtain admittance proceeded at   on.ee  to the.ceineteiy,     y>heie the "procession    followed    at    the  of 'ihe'church services.     1  wreaths, crosses,'etc.. were   ?1 aid   on  the coflin ot .the mu.i dewed giil,--   the  many/frictidf,   and  acquaintances     of  whom oiler ng IJiese tributes of love  and  icspeet to the memory   of   the  young lady whom they, had so short  a  tune before seen enjojing complete  health and spirit, il being biit     two  weeks ago'today since she left   Ladysmith foi her home  in South Wellington.     > I  As stated elsewhere in this issue,  there are no.new daaelopmontl' in.ll'^  charges a&^pd't the alleged murderer, FeaUuwitone The autopsy yesterday resulted in the finding of oiic  bullet, which'.is thought to have been  of   38     calibre No new evidence  will be forthcoming, piohably, until  after, the .report, of the coroner'*', jury  when the1 lomand of the prisoner capites, and -he will 1/e brought up for  hearing again.  LIGHTNING;"EXPOSES '" '";  '"*������������������>  GOLD    ORE  From a   irHbon  outught, and twenty or moie injur-  eil At least fifty moie wpie stunned hv the, shock. The <lead aie  \ll,oit Skuhra, 2S years,' Walter  Ilandl," 18 years, Trviue Woell nt, 20  ycais, ' Anlonc Karl.c, '-11 years,  \V,m   I<"naut7en, 1��������� years.  Amongst   Lhir most, seriously  miiir-  cd arc: Harvey Kono, 'id yea>vs, limbs  PaiaUxed,  Frank  Kocha,'.   17^ years,  splinter'   of     wood    forced into' Ins  ibienst, Wiallci Bo,chn,  12 years,,  un-  '7V."'  'conscious from  shock;  Theodoie Bu,-  conclusion 1        .       . , . ,  ,        ,   ,,  Mildreds  oi rmmUH'  "  ycars' criMtfed initially,  ! may die. *, . .  i When the-> storm' came, the players  and spectator.-; alike sought shelter in.  ,the giandstand. Tbe bolt & truck the  loof and "dispersed among the rrowd,  knock wis scores oi people flat Twq-  weic 'injured in tho stand and the  other thice just outside tho field.  LAST SHdOT.  FOR MEDAL  EillS-OH  HNU ACT  Viborjj, Finland, July '2a.��������� TIu������  curtain dropped this afternoon on mg^fr between the men of the Fourth  the final act of (bo dinina of Rus- Royal Portugese Infantry Tlegpiuient  sia\s ln-st IVulmment, when, under arKl l,ie munii ipul police of Lisbon,  tbe spur of tbe threat of the Cover- twelve prisons were killed and thirty  nor Heclianberg td use military for- five wounded The engagement insult  i-e 'lo end the session and-' with ed from the' arrest by tbe police of  troops, ahe-ady converging on the two infantrymen of the Fourth Regi  Hotel    Belvediore      where the     meet'mentj   wno   wc,-e, taken   into  custody  was  bold,  the assembled   members of  f .   ,   , ' -,*   ,    ,    ��������� ,     ,.  .' for having commuted slight ollences,'  the   Lower    House    A8(i   in   number,  ���������,.,������������������ .,,.       i.i, . j   Tho arrests were made  in  the  street  hurriedly adopted   and signed on a d-  dress    to  Uio   people,   which   is thor- and    the 'policemen   tried    to      lock  otiffhly , revolutionary   in its nature,   them in (he Cential police station,  elected,   n 'perpetual    executive    com-' L When  word   had  been   lecoivod     of  millco    beaded    fey   Paul    Dolgorou-  what   hail   been      done the   regiment  kofV,    vice-pivsulent   of  the" House  to. .        '    "      "    ,   ,    , . .    .   ,       .  turned out and double-iimicked loathe  carry    on the  work       of_liberation,  i     , , .        iii.      ,.       .      police station, cai'iyinc n(t������s and car  and adiourncd   amidst   characteristic -,. -, ' -    b  tndge belts.  1    The   soldieis,       from    what     shel-  BY=LAW RECEIVES  SECOND REAMsIG  -���������4^-  Special Meeting  of the Council  Will be Held on Saturday  Evening Next  %-4^.i  Russian embracing    and  kissing  "To   the  people ,fron<.  their  pop-  ular  represcntal.ves      Ci.wns of all ter thCy co,,ld "1Ui In ^1-'^eilL '"'<������-  Russia ' ' in&s,   commenced  tiring   into   I ho   po-  "Tlie  government promises  to   con 1,ce   sLatlo������-   ���������   wh,,������  U,u   P������bte   ,rs-  vokc a new parliament   .'c^en months ������1f>nded wlWl tl,L'1'   ^voUeis. .  Unable  to obtain  the suricnder ot  tbu-ir com  rades^by this means   ot attack,    the  whole   mom ha,   at  a   time   when  the  ������������oldtoi,_ attempted   to rush   the po'  lience.      Russia  must   remain    ; without  popular  representation' for seven  After  Paying Bills City Should  Have in the Neigborhood of  $3,500 Left Over for Use  -%,������^-&-  Ald.  Cam pi rell  introduced lus elec-   in������; \o  blie City of Wellington.  o'  Tonight will, taloe place Hhc " last  shoot of the Tyce Gun Club foi the  medab donated by the Dominion Cartridge Company. ��������� V\> to the piesoul  Hit George llepple is in the'lead,  and has the advantacji: 'o\ci the next  best, shot, of Cv*',birds. ���������    ��������� -   '  Mi', llepple' has-long since planned  out . ,the disposition of the medal  when he jccciw&.iJL.paud -ls'iiow'loolc-  uii; for waul to ".winnm'g a" lockci",  which,  it  us understood,   will .be! shot  Hammond,   Ind  clerk at  >(i a  wool  of S5tl,OO0 and a slvbh  mine in  Nevada, is    tlie progress   in  Untune made   'bv i\f,iss Georgia Savage.   The "stril-e"  was maide by her  hiother.'L   A   Sa\ai!C, ml the di-seit.  Lost in  the stoim  be'wandered     foi  IdaVs while prospecting, after his sister had grubstaked him to T100     Li  his wanderings he round  wheie     tba  lightning had    si nick   a  twenty-foot jcliai������ 1,C) another mcm.hcr of the club,  ledge,  exposing  free gold   and   laying   ^''o'has   ,o  fai   been  uiisuiccessful   in  haic on the deseit hundieds of   tons  of pay ore. | \  !v to the possessor'(f01 h5' ^c .club shoi tlv - Regarding  slvbh share of ,\ tl,c n,edjl1. Geoi^ehas no doubt but  that it is his, but to make things  doubly sure, lie lus died ,tbe sights  on his gun a little finer, and tonight intends to get 2."> buns in succession. The medal, he will w^at on  his walch chain, and to make loom  tor the same, ho todav 7^-<jniibcd the  h.cket which  at  present  adorns     Ins  MARINE  Tiiu Flyer came in Inst evening foi  the scows which bad hi ought over  lumber foi the SS Kllcuc, fiom  New Westminster. The scows weie  loaded with coal at the Bunker  vhanes, and towed out by the Flyer  The hulk Japan is in poll, having  brought down a load of coke-foi (lie  Tyoe Smelter  Collier Titaiwa will complete bei  cargo and leave for San Fiancisco  (his evening.  CATCHES .RECORD HAMS.  New Orleans.���������Ca|it. 'J. T. McDonald has>,.broken the world's bass .fishing record by catching w.itli a rod  and line at Pass Christian a black-  bass eight' feet two and one-half inches long, weighing -MO pounds. It  took nearly two hours to land tho  fish. ; E. I'.. Llewellyn,, of Chicago,  who1, caught ���������a;'l26>-potiiid'1bass at. Cat-'  alina isllind, Cal., some years ago,  holds the former, record.  . GRANT'S ATTENDANT DIES  Washington.���������'Harrison Terrell, who  became well korovvn ��������� throughout the  country during the last ycars of the  life of G/en. Grant as his���������>faithful attendant and nurse in New York and  Mount McGregor, died in this city  on July 5.V While on duty an the'  War Dopartmeiit he fell and fractured his scull. Tie was carried to'tho  emergency hospital, where' he died  '���������without, regaining consciousness.   o   MAIL. RIDDLES  IRON  TANKS.  Kirwin,  Kai>.���������Hailstones from tw()  to four inches in    diameter fe!  rnoi'e Mian an ihour here recently.  Window panes W>eie broken, hole's  beaten into the roofs of houses and  /barns,  rralvaii-iaoil   iron  tanks riddled,  obtaining a lead for   the modal  "SHBERINGA  PROFESSIONAL  Xew   Voik,    .lulj        2:*i���������yhiM-rina,  tbe   Canadian    wlio   won   the    Mai a-  ibon    ma- at  Alln-iis,   dieece,  during  ing  Olympian .giinics  will  mnor     i un  another  iull-   as  ail   umateui      Sucru-  t.ir>   James   C    Sullivan  ol   the_  aui-  ateui     atblct a    union   is   lesponsipLc  'loi   tins statement,   and lie bus  good  grounds  loi   it      The  uoublu   is  iliat  Shorrni"    has   professionall/sed      him-  seli    bj   nttvpling    n  imisi-   taised   lor  lum   b.\   his icllow  low nsi-inon at Toi  onto    nltei   Ins   iot in u    num    tireece  j\.-,  tin:    [imfiu    ;iuiunnl.i-il.   tn.    something  like S;i '0,000,   besides a    hoii'so;-  Shorring,    is  to-be  pardoneil    for  being    vvillling    lo   snerhico' liis    ainnt-  our standing. ' -  people ������are ^standing on the brink  ol ruin, and mdustiy and commerce  are undermined When the whole"  country is seeting- with unre&t and  when the ministry has definitely  shown its incapacity to do "justice  to popular needs.   -  "For    seven   months     the    government  will act arbitrarily,    and"1 will  fight agauist the popular   movement.  in  order  to obtain aj pliable subservient   parliament.     Should it succeed  howevei,   to "completely suppress the  popular  movement,   the    government  will  convoke no  parliament   at    'all.  ' -.1'Citizens,   stand up. for your trampled   on ngbts,  for popular representation, and lor  Imperial   parliament  Russia must not remain a day without    popular  leprosenlation You  possess the  means    ol   assuring     it  The government has   without the assent    of the popular'  repvesentativos  no  right   to collect taxes   from     the  people   nor    to   summon   the     people  to   militaiy   service     Theieiore     you  aie now the   government  ���������'The dissolved parliament was justified in giving neither money noi  soldiers Should the government,  however, contract loans in older to  procure funds such loans will be  iirvnild without the consent of popular   representatives.  >  " t'arlmi'ienl iin������ l������een dissolved bj  Tjkase ol Jul.\ 2L. You elected us  as yoiir lepreiontntives nnd instructed us to fig'ht tor. our count ty and  l'icudoni In execution of .voui in-  stiuclion and our d.it> we drew  up laws in oidei to insmu iicedom  to t'be people We demanded the ie-  inov.il ol irresponsible ministers who  weie infringing the laws with impunity nnd oppiesbingi l'rec-dom First)  of all, iiowe\or, we wanted to bung  out i\ law- rcsp<-el ing tho distribution  of land to working peasants and involving the nssigment to this end  of crown . appendages, lnonaslene.-t  IrcJonging to the . clergy, and com-  pulsor.v expropriation 'of priA-nte  estates. The government held such  a law'to bo admissnble, nnd' upon  parliament *   oiice   more   urgent.     put-  lice  station  While     thus exposed  many solditers'   win a killed and wound  ed. -,,  Finding ttheii eflorts uit ilo in ioi-l-  inj> an entrance the atiackmg torces  withdrew arid dis,pntched ,\ portion or  thei\ number lo bung artillery with  which lo hombaid the police station  In, the meb.ni ime a font muous rifle  flro  was kt^pt   up.  The militai.y nulhoiities were notified of the inoposed use of iho ai-  tillery. ' Two regiments oi miantiy  and a^ sqaiadron of ca\aliy were oi-  dei-fcd /to the scene The members  of the Fourth Regiment were at lust  disposed.^ i-o giv*^battle lo this  contingi^tit     but      finding   themselves  trie light by-law last evening in accordance with his  notice of   a' week  ago,    and    same .icceived its  second  leading    last  provides,  sum of  tor    the    purpose     of installing and  maintaining   an elect-iic light    plant  In connection with this bill Mayor-  Nicholson evplainod that he, had .been  promised by the government that the  eu'inno.     The by-law j latter would help tlie city to theex-  It.pnf ~f  $snn ... i.i,.��������� .������_<ter, and up-  for    Grc boil owing'of    the [tent of   $500 In  tlijs mat  $35,000 bv   Ihe municipahtv !������" ,lis rcCl'nl ltIP l������ Viotona,    His  Woislnp bad again interviewed the  officials and they had 'forwarded a  check the same day to Mi. Brav for  the   city    of Ladysmith   ^ It is  c * 1.500, thus leaving a balance 0f tluee  called  Tor  some discussion last evening,    Muyoi    Nicholson,     explaining  lh.it the City  Clerk and himself had  gone into the matter,  and ascertained that the gieater length of     time  for whii h the  bonds weie lteued  the  less v early interest w|4uId have to be  paid-    Foi   instance,  if the loan was  made for a .'10-yeai term there would  l>e a M\in������  of soniethiiig over   WOO  greatly       outmunbi'iod,      reluctantly Iin  interest vearly  to  the ratepayers."  retreated to their hnnacks Tne hv-law also "provides that at the  The wounded were   caved foi   in the evpuation 0I  five  yeans a poition ot  military    hospital and  the bodies   ol 'll1 'oi t,h& debentures may be ledeem-  the     killed   placed      in  Hie     station ul b>'  the   Cliv     afler   having given  house     The militaiy aulhouti.>3 will  srflRci���������1 notlCC  1������  the  holders there-  make an  imcstigat.on.                            ;������f' llus Uot"ce ^lne t,eomed sufficient   0                  11'  advertisod   in  the Weekly  Gazette  "LUCKY BALDWIN TS ,1(U'1   1SS"CS'   ,     ,,  NOW IN MANITOBA       ^������^f^   ihe hy~\aW   1U    force  Fo.   (wo months (he famous   Ii.  .1    ,p&aI,,,"S "* mtiodudion of new hy-  Hi  ouite     a lengthy    affair, and is,   of ���������.���������_,.���������,, ,. ���������  ,      ,  /     ,               ,-ii   |hundred dollars for the city to   Pav  couisc, subicct to changes when tak-l      ,, ��������� ���������     r      ������      T  j.,          .    ,     .,,            |3-s 1l,e original    price for the   hose  en up pi committee, which will occur ������������������������������������,, ���������o������������������      ,.,,         ,  c, J     ,                              A       i          [agreed upon    was $������00. - The   bd  on  Saturtla\     e^enlIlg next,  when  a L���������,       4 .,                     ,       ,            '  specaal    meeting     of the coimcilmen f" ������"gS' ^Z' T "^f ft0 ^  will   he held  for  this  purpose      Th*|,fll,anoe Commjttee to ������*** ^ found'  clause   dealing     with   the.length   of  time for which  the bonds be   given,  ("Lucky")    llaldwin,     ot  California,  laws,  U^ same  mav  receive  its fust  coirect.  In ,tln' toad foieman's report was a  statement of the amount which the  new drain, on First Avenue amd Kit.  chener stieets had cout, tbe bill atn-  onntmg m all to VI&8.C5. Following tins was-a icpoit that Mr. I.  Gould is again complaining ab'oul,  diainage. . This time he says that  the drain issuing " from Hop Lee's  stoie must be coAered up, as' it is.  running m /rorrt ,of his place. One of  the .aldermen was ,'of tlie opinion tliiafc  Mr Gould had cost the city enough  alieady, without making any moro  complaints.  The stiect foieman al^o reported  that two of i'he drams coiuplainei  oi at the pre\ious meeting by the  sanitary committee had been repaired by the owners, and the owners of  several moie ha\c promised to attend  to them  at once.  At ��������� a previous meeting sonie of the  aldeiinen had  asked  concerning    tho  | ly for last evening City Clerk Stew-  dor io  rust,  matters along aS last as   art had    prepared a rough estimate  has been liv.no m Foil Rouge, savs ,'! J,eCond readins at u'e meeting at 'finances 0f the city, and eonse^uent-  U.e Sau^Fianc'isco Call      He ,s Luf    tt,UCh li   " firSt b,ouSWfc ������P      In or  lei ing fiom  palpitation of  the heai t       ,, ., -��������� , _  and the doctor's refuse i0 allow his ^)We' ���������e oomicu, w eiei.u(S,isk- 0f Lhe available funds belonging to  mends lo see him because thev feai- PU [������,C a SvConA iedtll,,S of tlle P'o- the city after all debts, such as  ed tbe aeiUlion would  Le harmful.      r-os.'d bv-Iaw, and decided (0 hold   a 'school    salaries, cost  of  introducing  special meeting on Saturday eveiwng lnp t)V_iaw fol dectnc lights, Pl.0-  nt S o'clock, when same will be tak-| poscd streel work, etc, had been  en up    clacse   by    clause, and what- | paid.     It ib estimated  that the city  Elian Jackson Haldwin, for vcais  one of the most noted figuies on Hie  iace hacks of   America,   was sent lo  Canada because  . I  seemed  m.poss.blc   ''w' Cf,     ^     neccssai>r.    mMlc-    ���������������.* ill have     in  the    ncdghbOLhood   of  cm then come before the regular J3.500. Whesn it was ascertained  council meeting on Monday night and that this amount would be available  bo confirmed After that it will for turthei slreet work if necessary,  haw to be advertised for a term   of   the question of emploving the stump-  loi lum to\ recover while U\in������ in  his native slate of Call tor ma The  excitement of lite on Ins stock ranch  ncai Los Angeles was loo great foi  urn and -diagigod him down conliu-  uouslv  "I'm onlv in  this rounliv so that T I  ten days,  before  being submitted   to  the l.ilcpavers to \ote upai.  Theie were no communications rcad  ing machine for work about the city  was discussed, and it seemed tp be  the general opinion that  the machine  cm gel .back io X,"vv Oi leans in llir- ilasC cu'nui8. Amongst the billR to should be employed, provided the own  fall io spj mv hoises inn," said Mi 'he Pn'd ,)V lllP fil-V' Was ono f,f>m cr can complete his piesent.contract*  Raid win     "I'm  hoie for a  ie������t,    Di   l'^1'    "Unrsllal   liia\r, icccivier  for     the   soon eiiioundi to eomnrenee wotk bene  Tin-re is n prec'. tlont   for  'Shei-ring's  case  in thatOf  nnr.noy . Wefers.  When   ting    forward-its   resolution    regard-  tjie latter broke- the' world's     record  ing  compulsory  expropriation  parlia-  l'or .100 yards   he was   given a. purso  ment was  dissolved,  by   friends   in   Kew   York.    Sulib'equeu  o :���������  tly the ��������� mailer'.'was    brought    ^ ��������� lne ' cV/-^������*������  A ���������������'P'r**'"** T    '  attention, of .the   A. 'A.'U.  and  tbat^ JSCK AiNrON  bodydeci'de'd        that   nccepting  vnoney j .'.,"���������  w'ns a professional aci,. the matter bo. .     TR.A.GE13Y  ing  passed   .upon      by . the  executive;  committee.;.--Slu'iTing-'s'. case ha'Knot' ���������������������������%-4-%   yet  been  brought,  before   the   A. A:!--                 '     _'                   n    v  ���������TT      ,    .       .       .         .,      '       , . .    Scr-anton, Pa., July 23.���������A terrible  IT.,    but    when  he    attenuTis  to  com-   , ,                   ,       /,     ,T.,,  -,   ,  -,-. ���������-..'���������          .,       ,r      , , tragiedy occurrefl in the Hillside ilnom^  pcto    in    another' Marathon', if he ev-               .          -    .   -     -       .                  ,.      ���������  '                    ,     ,                      '      . .    .yesterday,      when    an insane patient  or does,  as he has m,noi...ccRl bis --, Wllcd ^0 othc,. inmates am, mJtial_  tent lontav retire, th,'i-e will- .undoubted | ly  %voun,do(, 0U������ of the kcepers.     The  ly  Joe  n   prolerd.    hnd   t he     outcome j nllu.(lerci. is latins /'Knuwsep, a deaf  vvill1'������ d,3clar"jaiul dumb Pole, whoWa5 given   w0rk  I in one of the wards with two    vvo-  '      ���������"������������������'��������� -men, also insane .patdents. i   Mors. .Ann  The C. P. R.  will deimmd   an   in- Golden, a widow, aged 50 years, and  [or jve's ti gut inn   into' Saturday's accident ��������� "'Missouri  Ann"  Van  Allen,  aged  58  in. Vnn.'ouvor ivvlum  the  t'h������"halis was' years.     During  the  absence of  Keep-  run   down   by the   l.'rincess yictorin..-! er Richard Daviies, the inrane man so  scrt islaiMl," he continued. "I never  see any friends, for ^although s-cv.eral  have called Hiey have been refused  admittance, it hurls me badly to  see  them   turnetl  down, but (here   is  Pease says, |,ul I'm moie mclinod l0 !pW" "\   ^cll,u-Um'   '������    w''1(*   Mr    thls s^son'  think that Ik;, nvarooned me (o       de-     !'iy .-KS>1  U,aL lro bc  pa'<l lhe smx      Tll������se present'at last night's meet-  of Mud ..for certain 1 lose which the ing were: Mayor Nicholson, Alder-  city "of ..Ladysmith had purcliiased ' men Uren, Tha, Campiiell and Patter-  frotn"him,  lhe  hose formerly belong-   son.  no help for it if  I wantf to 'get back  to New Orleans." '  will  be that   Sherrin  ed  a   professional.  ;. : n  DESPERATE  LOVERS  HOSMER  COAL MINES  -������-$>���������-  Captain GrilTon was nrresled in Van  ('Oliver .wsterday on the arrival gf  cattle cut and bruised, one horse, was ' Hie Princess Victoria, on n .charge  killed and some cattle drowned.' In of niansbiu.j,-bl.er. lie, was released  some places the drifts of hail vvero'on S-l,0CW bnil 'and > remanded in po-  six to ten feet deep. "       , iiCe court, yesterday! ������  cured an amputating knife-, with  which he staUhcd Daviies and the  two women. Floyd Beemer, son of  tine superintendent knocked the knife  out xi the madman's hand. Both women died scon afterwards.  Toledo, Ohio, July 24.���������The dead  tody of Mamie Wilson, 111, and tho  unconscious body 0f Oscar Brenue-  nian.19,'were found lying sidujfcjy sido  yestewlay ih the hay mow of a barn  on the Wilson far.ni in Van Wort  county. The girl had taken hall the  contorts of a bottle of, chloroform,  and the young- man had taken t'W remainder. He will recover. A letter  written fty the girl to her parent.')  stated that she and her lover had  resolved 10 die, so they could i>e in  paradise together.  DEATH OF  AGED PIN A NO ER.  Russell   Sage,    the   aged    financier/,  died   at his   home   in Lawrence, Long  Island,   yesterday.     The     immediate  cause of his death was heart, failure.  The C.P.R. are commencing operations upon ��������� their coal property at  Hosmer in earnest aod it is expected  that a large sum of money will be  expended at that oamp during the  next two years in -opening up the  coal seams and getting in readiness  to ship coal and coke, says the, Fer-  nie Free Press. There ,'is now a  force of fifty men at work under the  superintendence of J. Brown. The  work so far has 'been confined to  clearing the ground near (he deuo't  and clearing for a road leading (back  to'the  mine a mile distant, dKiceast.  The contract for the erection oi  several buildings has been awarded to  Bi'oley Bros., of Kemie, and Mr. Cf.  Broley now lias a force of fifteen  nidi at work'. The cr-.ntract-, includes  the erection of an oflice building, a  warehouse, rive cottages, a boarding  liouse and a stable.  OPERATOR  SUICIDES  South Berwick, Maine, July 23. ���������  The unnecessary setting of a danger  signal against a freight train at the  local station of the Boston & W.aino  railroa4 was followed to-day by the  discovery that Lawrence Fairfield tho  night operator was dead at,- his post  A revolver was clutched in his right  hand and there was a bullet wound  in liis head. It was ibclieVie*! at first  that he was the victim of foul play,  but an investigation satisfied the coroner that he had committed suicide.  The police are of the, opinion that  ���������the operator set, the-..red light to prevent the possibility of accidents.  he driven to tap the seam. It ^understood that the coal will be handled from the mine's mouth to spur  tracks 1,200 feet' distant by .means of  tram lines.    An air compressor is ex^  pected shortly to be used in opening  A tunnel 3,000 feet in length   will'up the tunnel. tSSSSSSSSSSS^^  THE L1DYSMITH DAILYLEDGER  h-  Wv  I*  h  I*  I?'  I V  II:  l.-.-r  ���������H !:  THf DAILY LEDGER  Published   every   day   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  THE  DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One Year (In advance)  ���������:-.  $5.00  One Month  ~. ... ~  50 cents  TUESDAY  ..."JULY  21,  190C   -v:  EACH SHOT  A FATAL ONE  Nanaimo, B.C., July 23.���������  .Yesterday afternoon the remains  of the, murdered jjirl had been seen  by auck of her friends as could healths ordeal and other sympathizing  citizens at llilbcrt's undertaking pallors. The autopsy conducted by Dr.  3L.J. O'Brian was then. made. Alter a  careful examination of tin? body and  by tracing lhe course of the ball  from where it entered the skull at  tho toy of the head it was foundby  the surgeon lying under the heavy  muscles of the neck, having pufc>std  througn the thick part of tlie skull,  ;the base, which had retarded the  speed of the bullet. Tho other two  shots, the one fired into tbe bide  and the other one into the forehead were traced in their course, hut  had in both cases- passed through,  ! the one through the-skull, from the  forehead passing out below tho jaw.  the other entering one side of the  body near the .waist and passing  clear through. No traces of the ball  in either case was found, except its  course through, very likely these  balls have been 'found or will bo by  a further search of the room where  the murder occurred. The ball recov  ered is thought to he a 38 calibre,  but has, or will be turned over to  the police, as to whether or not it  fits tiie revolver found in the accused's room cannot yet be said. Doctor O[Brian states that either one  of the three shots fire were, of a fat-  tal character, and death would have  -been almost nstannncous from cither one of the three, so two of them  roust have been fired in to the body  of the  dead  or dying girl.  'As to what occurred after the  girl's death no opinion was given  Vy Dr. O'Brian as such information  la tor the courts. In any case it is  a comfort to 'know that an instant  after the ' one of the shots was fired  the victim must have been unconscious, and dead within a few moments  Little   to 'Add.  But little can be added to the  story told in Tho Herald of Sunday morning ol the loui murder  committed, at South Wellington on  Saturday alternoon. The prisoner,  Robert Stiles Fcatherstouo was arraigned yesterday yesterday morning bei'oie police-magistrate - Garwood and was remanded until alter  tho holding of the inquest. The inquest will be resumed by' the jury  that was empauneiled at South Wellington last Saturday, on Thursday  in A'auaimo, and tho verdict of the  jury will decide what will be done  next. If the man now under ur-  robt is charged by the jury Willi  the crime he will be held lor trial  before the assizes, to be held hero  very likely   in October.  lie is now in the Provincial jail,  closely watched by Oilicers Stephenson and (Jasaidy. The prisoner ' will  not tulk of anything that occurred  on Saturday afternoon. He looks  wild and haggard, us though he  had at la*t jealized llK condition,  it.is now stated lhat, Feathers!one  luil oii.onu occasion seen Miss. Dalton since lie had been working at  South Wellington, by chance slie was  at the null witii lier lather who, is  \uitchmau there, and was by ' him  introduced to' Feathers tone, with  whom she exchanged a lew words,  lie had never been at her home. Ho  is stated to have entered tho house  abruptly ol another family in South  Wellington and asked where Miss.  ���������Dalton lived. He was flourishing a  loaded revolver .at dili'erent times  through tlie. day, and one reuiaik-  able 'I'eaUieo of the case is, why ' was  he allowed, a drunken, raging brute,  to rotton around tlie village with a  loaded gun.v That no more evidence is obtainable of  the shots 111 at  ��������� ������������������"B-'9"������..������..  First Class  tllGS FOR HIRE  WOOD AND BARK FOR S ALE    AND    DELIVERED.  EXPRE   SS WORK.  ��������� ��������� f  i  *  DAVID JOHNSON  f    PHONE 66  LADYSMITH  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on Robr-rts   Street u.  aay Water     Rates, between the 10th    and the 25lh of each month-  Office Hours I P.M. 4.30  I, | BLAND  ���������>"   l  SUI'ERINTION D KNT.  Express Work  Lffthl Teaming.     Wood uml   Bark  .for  sale.     See J.   KEMP,  or    leave  Orders With  ' ' ��������� ���������  W. CARTER.  FIRST  AVENUE  PrlONlS      <>0  were tired ��������� except such ns already  published is explained by the fact,  that (he DaUon's nearest neighbors  were away from home, and in 'any  case shooting at a target is frequent  ly done in Lhe village so the"shots  would not if heard, arouse the people, to the same extent they-would  if it  were  uncommon.  BOWEL COMPLAINT  IN CHILDREN  During the smuttier iii0nths child rev.  aie subject to disorders of the ,bow-  eis which should receive careful attention as soon as the, first uiinatur-  :���������! looseness of the bowels - appears.  The best medicine in use for bowel  complaint is Chamberlain's Colic,  .Cholera and Diaiihoca Remedy as it-  pro in ptly controls any unnatural  loos.ncss of .the bowels. For sale  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  'About SS persons were killed and  more than that number injured as  the result, of a head on collision between a' through enstlioi'ind passenger train and art extra freight near  Rockingham, North Carolina, four  miles west of Hamlet at 8:30 o'.  clock yesterday morning.  Army Encampment fit Washington  City, a comrade from El������in, JN1., was  taken with cholera morbus .and was  in a critical condition," rays Mr.  J. 10. Houghland, of JSlilon, Iowa.  "I gave 'him Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera anid Diarrhoea Remedy and  believe saved liis life. I have been  engaged for ten years in iuuniiigtatinn  work and conducted many'parlies to  the isoulli and west. 1 always carry this remedy and have used it successfully on many occasions." Sold  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  Trv a Province Cigar.  gaEaEfiESgffWSfflBffiW  NOTICE.  I have talcen over the scavenger business lately handled by M. Campbell  and am prepared tp do work in this  line in first-class shape. Leave orders for heavy team work, scavenger  -work, etc., with Messrs. Blair .t  Adam. Also any complaint regarding scavenger work will be attended  to if laid at this place.  ROBERT CALLANDER.  Ladysmith, B.C.  WIRE WOUNDS.  My. mare, a very valuable one, was  badly bruised .and cut by being  caught in a wire fence. Some of the  wounds would not hoal, although I  ffcried many different medicines. Dr.  Bell advised me to use MINARD'S  LINIMENT, diluted ab first, then  stronger as "the sores began to look  better, until after three weeks, the  sores have healed, 'and West of all the  haiir is growing well, and is NOT  WHITE as is most always the case  in horse wounds.  V.     F. M. DOUCET.  Weymouth.  Low Excursion  Rates  Round Trip.  SAVED IIIS COMRADE'S LIFE.  "While returning from the     Giaiul  "or a cool, refreshing���������    .  BATH  During the Summer  Months Call on   THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Parlors,  etc.,    High  Street  Sunlight Soap is better than other soaps, but  s best when used in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Soap nnd lollow Directions  Try Capital and Niiggei Cigars  DAY  SCHOOL.  Usual  subjects   taught;  also      language*; drawing  in  pencil, and crayons,  paint ng in  oils and  water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons glv  ���������n In classes,or individually.   ">  MISS BERTRAM,      Ladysmith, B.C  Union made-Capital & Nugget Cigars  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  on J. E.  House- and Sign Paintei  RAYMOND  &  SONS  ���������Dealers  in���������  Lime,   Plaster Paris,   Rriclc,  Fire Brick and Vancouver island cement.  3 Pandora St.  Victoria B.C.  Sent.  8,  9, 10.  To Toronto $83.75  Aug. 7, S, 9.  Sept. 8  & 10.  TO    ALL   P  01 NTS  For particulars  call  on     or  write E. E. Blackwood, Gcn-  N.P.,  Portland, Ore.  Ask for  ^WAT  DUN  Under New Managment  HOTEL WILSON.  Jus-*' R. McKinneli, Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens' headrnavtcrs.  Modern and      Strictly First  Claia.  Fire Prool    Buildl������jf.  HOTEL   DOMINION  ��������� Rates .^1.25 anri$LB0���������  Fro to all steamboat  landing and  railway dopots. ISIectricJcaiB every five  minutes to all parti) of tho city. Bar  *nd tabloiunexcelled,  F. RAYNEFJ, Pronrielor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, C.  THE JONES HOTEL   WHITE   COOK���������  and   WHITE   LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Bloolf from  Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-   . Ladysmitli.  Best accommodation for transient  *nd permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  d������ta Rates $1.60 a day and ������p-  w\rds.  .WM. BEVERIDOE, Prop.  ���������������������laia4������ :������-: :���������.: >������: :*-: L&dfiinltfa  Srr:,VM iii:ai i:l>  FVRNISH    ItOOMft  nAR supplied witii nmr  W1MU5, LIQUORS, CIGARS  OTSFORD HOTEL  A. J. McMURTRjR, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  LADY SMITH,   .C  Good tables and good  Rooms  This  Hotel   has    been completely       renovated. .  Board aid lodging $1.00 per d������y.  HOTEL  __; JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied  with  the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-': :-: :-  Liquors and Cigars. L-4,--k r<-' ������������������   !������������������'  LadyBmith B.C.  uMcuraXMCC=������s������a  -The Cream of Scotch Whiskies  Sole  AgentsforB.  C  V     WM.  MUNSIE,  President'   J. W.  COBURN, Managing Director.  * Telephane 4-fa. '   -  \    The Ladysmitli Lumber Co. Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMlTH-t'- S >���������������    .   . IS***  Shingles &. Specialty  MANUFACTURERS  OF���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS,  SHINGLES,   MOULDINGS,      ETC.,     of    the BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  *  ���������i  *  *  i  Esquimalf   & Nanaimo Railway  STEAMSHIP SCHEDULE  EFFECTIV E JULY, IS.  S. S. JO  Sails from Ladysmith  for. Vancouver every Tuesday at C o'clock a.m.  Sails  from Vancouver  tor- Ladysmitli every   Monday   and    Tuesday, at  1:30 p. m. p  I  Ticket and  Freight Office,  75  Government Street.  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  The New Train   .   ,  ORIENTAL LIMITED    ,  The Train ot  Ease;   Elegance,   Excellence.  r Every  mile  a- picture,    and  uo smoke to rspoil  the   view.  Through  Compartment,    Observation   and  Pullman , Sleepers;     also    Through    Tourist  Cars to Chicago.. ,  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty'  Union     Terminals   with - all '  Steamer lines.  , Berth  reservations  by  wirel  Great Northern S.S. Co.  FOR  JAPAN-AND  CHINA.  "Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for Japan    and China ports at' tic-,  ojvienr dates.      Exact    sailing"  dates can be secured  upon amplication to any  Great Northern representative.  S. ft.  YERKES,  A.G.P.A., Seattle, Wash.  E., R. STEPHEN,  Ggn.  Agent,  Victoria,  B.C.  21  Geo, L,. Courtney,  District Passenger Agent     c  \ "���������  ">R Government St., Vidoria, B.C. '  ^!S������!a.T\        "^ ^ ^ "W  J^li. J. MENRY'S  ^  NURSERIES,    , GREENHOUSES AND SEiD  ^S HOUSES  3JJ   ������110   Veatminster  Ro������d,  ' VANCOUVER;'  Headnpiarters for   PACIFIC GROWN Onrden, ficl^  iinil flower SEI:I)5  lor distribution. ;  Large Btocic of Ilome-  Ciown FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL     TREES  now matured for Spring.  No expense, loss or delay, of fumigation or inspection -    _  Let me price your list  hefore .placing your" order, trrernnouse Plants,'  Floral Packages, Fertili- .  zers. etc.  -3010  Westminster Road.  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  XX,j������2:  Fiefcher Bros.  ��������� ..Dealers la ....  Pianos   & Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  Plumbing and Tinsmvthing  *    DONE  AT -     '  Reasonable Prices   By   J. ANDERSON  Leave orders  at I'etcrson's Furn-  ture Store, "or  telephone No 5i.  f+-f-i"t*+++4-+*i.+i.+*+i.+i.++*i,,:^,i.^^4..j���������������������������i���������i���������^^,.|.4,.j���������i,rj,,j,^^,i���������i,,|,^+^^  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  | PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, QOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works ot  LADYSMITH,   B. C.  J.  f  | DUNCANS STATION.  |       Vancouver Island, B. G.  HEAD OFFICE  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  General Manager.  *  +  *  +  *  *  *  *  *  *++*+4'4'**+*++t*4'*+^*+^.^.^4f.^.f.f.|..j���������|..y.^.|..|..j..jilj^^^,.j,^.,j.^^^j{.+lj.  5T0VES! STOVES!  weiare making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns������-We do  A!| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  ���������  i  i  i  i  ?  i  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Go. Ld  TPT TT>lir.T/-\XT17<    co '       ���������_���������     ���������      ���������  TELEPHONE 53  P. O. 'Box '12.  ��������������������������������������������������� ������,'������������������������������������������  TH6CITY MHRK6T:  R. Williamson Prop  fsfc Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done-   Orders  Promptly Execute  LADYSMITH  S. ROEDDING    -  t*     H     *     **  X  LADYSMITH TRAWSFER STABLE \  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURF MOVED  PROMPTLY A    ND  SAFELY. .  ���������Stabled in the rear of the Ladysmitli hotel.     Leave orders at   the  Abbot* ford  *-������-M-M->4-H-H  A.    J    WASKETT, [_'      p   op rJK*L4ET*iniI; 1 i*)HIErf IB  LODGES  LADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.-  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall    every ,2nd    and   4th  , Tuesday, at' 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,   '  .   m. of n. & c.  .UNITED AM CI EN T ORDER OF  . DRUIDS. '  Wellington Grove, No. 4, LLjA.O.D.  meets in the I.O.O.F. Hall, Ladysmith, the Second and Fourth. Wednesdays of each month, commencing  Wednesday, 13lh, 1905. t \  '   Visiting Druids arc invited  lo   attend.    By Order  WMi  RAFTER,  Rec. Sec.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  /  Dr., Dier can be found at any'time  at his office on Gatacre street. Dis  dental work is-guaranteed to be first-  class, and rates reasonable.    ,  NOTICE  From this .data the undersigned  will not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on a  written oraer signed by the secretary  Rowland M&chin.  V.   I.   EXPLORATION & DEVEL  OPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Persona! LlabilHy. \  Victoria. B   I!.. Mav l������th.: "������()���������  HiLBERT  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed and at reasonable rates.  RESIDENCE   AND  OFFICE  Gatacre St    -    Ladysmith  Opeu at all hours.  *tmG3l*d,Tit.I urmtil  LADYSMITH ^BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON  HAND  Wedding "Cake"  'tlatlc   to  Ord������r  FRUiTS   Afv'l)    CANDIES  OF ALL  KINDS.    FRESH   BREAD  EV-   '  ERY    DAY  Prices    are     Very  Reasonable.  Customers are Treated  Alike.  .   HOP LEE * CO.  ,     ON THE   ESPLANADE.  All  es?|Sei  mm  EXCELLENT  Train Service  M.R. SIMPSON  Solicitor,  Rke.  Money to   Loan  vt.   Avtsv������- -        -  LAOYSVI H  CUBAN CIGilcfi  Maunfacturers of the Famous!   I    QtrrtflV  0   Hfl  CUBAN   BLOSSOfl j   Ji Tltfiul   Qb bill  None bu   Uninn Labor    Employed ,Manufacturers, Of.��������� ��������� ���������  BETWEEN  0HIGAG0, LONDON,  MilTOfl, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  POmaND, BOSTON,  And the Principal isuBlncao Centers of *'  Ontario^ Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FAILS.  JTor Time Tables, etc., ndilross  CEO. W. VAUX,  Assistant Grn'l Passenger mid Tickot Agent,  OSyAoSMs ST.. CHICAGO, ILL.  H J. BOOTH. Prop  }  Paisley Dye Works  Fancy Dyeing and Cleaning. Cbajg-  [cs reasonable, etc.    Work Guaranteed  Commercial Sk��������� Nanaimo, 6. C������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHINQ,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE ilRY 600DS  VICTORIA, B. IS.  NEWS NOTES  FROM NANAIMO  The recital of the pupils of Prof.   Arnold,    an   annual   event     always  anxiously     looked   for   by   .musical circles in the   city will take place on  Wednesday    evening    in   St. ' Andrews   Church.  Attendance N by invitation  and  already  many  hundred  invitations have been spoken fur.  Tlio following  is  the .programme:  1.  .Nellie  Johnston Class Reception Cbas.  Lindsay  2.'  Vcrria   Becklcy    "Ring Dance", V.  Snbathil),  op.    23:*.  3. FniUi Newberry "Cnacone" Aug.  Durand, op. 62  4.. -Laura Morris, Nettie Scouso, Duet,. Polka  Francaise Iroin    Ivindergar-  lem   -.    r FiiinK Bedel,  op. 4  ti.   Viola WcsU-ood' ...."Language ' of Flowers" G-. ,N.  Benson  0.  Ella   Calviilsky ...���������Walderauwhor." ...V.   Braungardl,   op.    0  7 Alice-   Akunbead   ......   ."Simole   Avon"    Francis    Thcmr.  8 Gladys    .Cocking,   Mildred   Cocking, Duet,  "Fnnnre," Rondo Miliimro  '.   Carl  Mobin, oP- !Jv':i  KnUi   Dudley "Cinderella"   11.  A.  Williams  JO   Lillian  Dunlap,   Fantaise   Beillanleo "The Palms" .1. Leybach, op 180  XX. Leopold' Afahrer    , "   "Idylle"   ���������    H. Kjerulf,   op. , 28  J2.  Violin   Solo.   "Reverie"  H������i"'i   Vieuxtcmps,    op.   22      *  Mr. W. A. Owen  '13. Eva Vnwclen  "Slumber    Sweetly"         P. Beaumont  M.    Tillio  Stevens   Les Doigts  de Foe  ISdward    SchucLt  1(5.   Agnes Pender,  Polly   Pender,   ' "Lust-spiel  Overture" ���������   '.    Kcclcr Bela, op.   7rt  17.  Ivy  Barnes  .<    "Second Mazurka"        ...Beuj.  Godard,  op.  58  18.   i:fne  Glaholm   ......       "Noctjurne'5  Chopin, op. 37, No. 2  If'. Roljina Dingwnil, Olive Dingwall,  Duet,   Presto   Finale,   Stb  Symphony ; Haydn  20. Festal Play and Bridal Song,   Lohengrin,   Wagner-Liszt      ������       Eugene Arnold  ���������21.  Dora Coburn,  Eflie  Johnston,  Duet,    "Je  snis  Pret   .M   .  Lafuente  , 22.   Maggie  Manson    "Menuet" Felix Boro.wiski  ,23. Maggie McKinnon, .."Invitationa la Valse. C. M. Von Weber, op.  05  24,   Violin   Solo Overture,   "Poet,, and Peasant,"  Franz Suppe^  W.  A.    Owei.,  "God    Save   the King."  i' ���������  ��������� ^-fr^-. ���������    oamper  You can shake  down a "Sunshine"  furnace without getting  covered with ashes and dust���������has a  dust flue through which all the dust  and ashes escape when you shake  dpwn the fire.  This heater is so easily regulated and operated,  and so clean, that it makes the entire household  bright and genial.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.   Booklet free.  MXIaryS  LONDON,    TORONTO,     MONTREAL,    WINNIPEG,     VANCOUVER,  <    ST.   JOHN.    HAMILTON.  The West, end Lawn Tennis club are  holding- a tournament in mixed doubles, a "set being decided each ev  cning. II. Johnston and Miss. G.  Bate last night won from Mr. Mid  dleton and Miss. M. Bate by - the  score of ' 6-3, 6-5.'v ���������  A special despatch to The Herald last night from Seattle states  that Gans received the decision over  Holly after twenty rounds of; -the  fiercest   fight ever seen in that city.  Mrs. Mclntyre, a resident of North-  field was brought into the Hospital yesterday afternoon in, a critical condition. She is to undergo  an  operation   today.  . J. E. Evans and wife of Vancouver returned home yesterday after  a pleasant visit with relatives on  Selby-street.  BTRTfJ.  The  LaJ|sml Hart we fc Sole Agents  GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP  Miners'. Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED  AT  SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILLS  SHARPENED  BY US      ALWAYS   GIVE SATISFACTION.   PICKS HANDLED A  NO REPAIRED   ���������S II I P S M I T H I N f>    IN      \LL   ITS   BRANC HKS  Horseshoers and Genera1 Bfaeksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Buller Street -    - Wdysmith, B C  I ICE!     ICE!    ICE!  f   Will be Delivered on Mondays,  Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders must be in by  eleven o'clock on  day of Delivery,  Union  Brewiit  c  ���������If  f  Millard's  Liniment cures Cold, etc'   ~���������"5���������������������������������������������-���������������������������i���������-*���������  *j Limited  | NANAIMCH B. C.  >  jMTEIfI&  > ADVJCE as to patfmtar:l:t^  DESIGNS  TRAOE^-IAriKS  | AND COP-YRlGiiTi,  '       OBTAINED  ADVICE AS TO PATENTAEiL:TYBrB22PSfk  i Notice in " inventive Age "      B' ������5 S* C^  Book "How toobtain Puteuts" !������������������' -1 Ifafc���������  i Charges moderate. No fee till pateut i3 Bcouroo..  f       Letters strictly confidential.   AddroRs,  fE. G. SlgjGEBS. Patent Lnwyer; Washington, 0. C  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regiilaiious. .  Any available Dominion Lauds  withia . tlie Railway Belt in British  Columbia, may be . homesteaded by  any person who is tlie sole bead of  a family, or any male over e ghteen  years of age, to tbe extent of one-  quarter section of ICO acres, more  or less.  Entry must be made personally at  the local land .office for the district  in which the land is situate,  The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following  plana:  (1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the laud in  each year for  three years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), ol the homesteader resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the    re-  y (juircments   as to residence mayv; be  'satisfied by such 'person residing 'with  the father or mother.  ���������(3) if the settler has his permanent residence upon fanning land owned by him in-the vicinity of bis home  stead, the requirements-as to residence may |jo /satisfied by residence  upon'*the said.land:'.  Six mouLlie' notice in writiup  should be given Io the'Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at; Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and '* $20. for  anthracite. Not; more than 320  acres can bc'nofnuired by .one . individual or company. Royalty at -the  rate of ton cents per ton of 2,000  pounds shall be '.collected on the  gross output.  -   W.  W.   CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of Interior  k loi lii{^ast?  Thea b# ititt you ileketa .im# Via  th*  North Western Line  The only line now 'making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with th������  through trains from the Pacifk  Coast.  THE- SHORTEST LINE, TF  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWES"  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,  ST.  PAUL,  CHt  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS Cm  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask yr  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General  4 gee  riW 2nd At*., Seattle.    Minard's  Liniment cures  Diphtheria-,  "GALEDOMAN"  Leads Them    AH  IN QUALITY  R.P.RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  'ICTORIA.  :~: :���������.;.-:.:���������-B.0  ': W.  SILER  lENEKAL J^XPHESS AND  DEI,IV������RY  WORK PROMPTLY DOV?.  Leave orders at the Ab.hotsford.;  Keep  Minard's    Liniment  house.  in  the  ~L\>$       i OBES  When you want a Glass globe  see that you get the globe  with tlie rubber ring on it,  as it is the only kind that  can keep the water out ��������� the  .globes without the ruhftfer 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 gtuar  anteed to be the best, and if  you want * globe with a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X.  Jones, aa;cnt for  HBNRYCREW  The only    place you can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C,   for    the  French    Wreath  Co., of. London,   Paris,   Melbourne,   S.A.,  Cor. f-omox Rd. & Milton St.  NANAIMO B,a -   - L  I  In this city, on Monday, July 2M.  the wife' of Mr. W. Edmunds of a  daughter.-  ���������.������.���������  "Edward Mulholland, who was operated on at the City Hospital last  Wednesday is getting along as well  as can be .expected.  The   first     mate   of . the     steamer  Wyneric, which is in port  talcing-    a-  board sack coal,   was   taton   t o   the  hospital  Sunday  suffering   from Pan  a ma Fever.  ���������.������.���������.  A story has been going the rounds  in the city that the Nanaimo Saw  mill Company wevn selling, or bad  sold out. We have Manager Co-  burn's authority for saying that it  is a canard only, and not'a'shade of  truth in the story.  All "of the aldermen were in their  seats last evening' whwi Mayor plan-  ta called to order tbe regular meet  ing of the   City   Council.  The minutes of the previous meeting- were ruad and on motion adopted.  A communication was received  from F. Ooi'deaur, .Deputy .Minister  of Marine   aiid Fisheries as follows:  Sir.���������Applications has been made  to.'this. Department for a grant of  foreshore of lots four, five, six and  seven, and eight, block 51, in tbe  harbor of Nnnainio,  11.  U..  I have to request you to be. good  enough to examine into this matter  and inform me whether there are any  objections, so far as you are aware  to the grant, as- applied for being  made.  1" enclose'herewith a description ani|  plan ol the foreshore alluded to,  which you will please return Lo me  with  your  report.  The foreshore referred lo, explained Mayor Plantn, was opposite the  Nanaimo ' Lumber Coinpany's sawmill.  Aid. Barnes moved that the communication be received und tiled and  left with the Street committee for  their decision.  Aid. Barlow seconded and the motion   carried.  From    Thos.    Dobeson,   proprietor  oi' the   Nanaimo Foundry, a communi  cation  was  received  as follows:  Gentlemen.���������  For the purpose of nn'ording additional protection from lira, I  wish to have a 'hydrant I'lured i-i  the Foundry yard, recognizing Lhe  fact, that it is in a measure for  my private benefit, T make the. following offer. I will furnish and lay  the pipe from the position in the  yard where tlie hydrant will be plac  ed to the water main on Comox  Road, and will also supply the valve  for the connection with the main,  the valve to be connected with the  main under the direction of your  Manager,  I am under the necessity of making  tliis request on account'of the sparks  from the .sawmill floating over- my  property during tha dry season  there is danger from this source.  In this . connection 1 wish to say,  that the manager of the sawmill is  doing his best and 'using- every precaution to prevent accident from fire,  and X consider it my' duty to do all'  1 can to second his endeavors.  1 purpose placing , the hydrant    in  such a  position   'ia  the yard ' that  it  may   b'e available    in  any   emergency in   either the   foundry or sawmill property.    Trusting this   matter  will receive your favorable   attention  Yours Respectfully,  THOS. DOBESON.  Aid. Barnes  moved  that the   communication . be  received  and  referred  to  the Fire Warden's committee.  Aid. Hodgson did not know whether the matter was in the jurisdiction of the Fire Wardens or not.  He thought the quest on should be  den It with by the Water Committee.  Aid. Barnes amended his motioa  to includu the Water Committee and  the motion carried.  From the Chief of the Calgary  Fire Departrnxcnt informing the council that the next annual convention  of the Pacific coast Fire Chiefs was  to be held in Calgary, on August,  28 to 31 and requesting the presence  ol* the Chief of Nanaimo Fire Department.  The matter was left ��������� in the hands  of  the Fire Wardens.  ' A'communication, from, the Atlas  Fire Insurance Company was received informing the council that Mr.  F. G. Peto was the Company's rep  reseiitative in Nanaimo and asking  for a   share of the/city's business.  The eoimmumention was referiied to  the  Finance Committee for action-  The Pound Keeper reported for the  past two weeks three strayed animals  impounded.  Manager Mullel.t reported the expenditure for \vag������s for the week  ending .Inly I'.lth, 1006 .was as follows:  Wafer  Works  con.    $  145 00  Water  works  gen.   repairs   .       24 50  Wallace  Street  Sidewalk   ....       27 50  I   Aid.  Handlcn    seconded  and      the  motion carried.  Aid. Kirkham moved that a four-  inch wooden stave. pipe be laid  .from Win&eld Crescent to the Western Fuel Company's shipping- wharves forvthe purpose of supplying- ves -  sels with water and improving tho  service for are protection at that  point in the   city.  Aid.   Barlow  seconded  the' motion,  which .was passed.  Aid.   Dick moved the   following resolution   which was passed unanimously,  in reference       to the   noxious  weeds growing in the   city limits:  Resolved, that the City Clerk be  hereby directed to give notice, to the  owners or occupiers of any land ia ''  this city, upon which any. noxious  weeds (as defined in clause 1 of the  Noxious Weeds by-law, 1898) are  standing or growing, to cut and destroy the same as provided by the  Noxious Weeds,  By-law,  1898.  The City Clerk was instructed t0  ask the government agent to draw  the provincial authorities attention  to the large number of noxious weeds  on the lands adjacent to the city lira(  its.  Aid. Kirkham asked for a three  weeks adjournment of the further  consideration of the Water Agreement By-law.  The request was granted.  In introducing a by-law to fix the  rate of taxation on the Real Estate of the city of Nanaimo for  ithe year 1906, 'Aid. '��������� Barnes remark  ed that the rate -for school purposes had: been' 'risen from two to  five mills on the dollar. This in-  crease was made absolutely necessary on account of the action of the  provincial government in reducing  the school grant to the city. Raising the faxes was the only way to  meet the expenses of the city  schools.  Flushing   drains,   etc.,  48  7-5  Total  $ 245  75  lie also reported- the work of con  striieling n. three inch main on Hali-  burfon street complete. The estimate was $500 and the actual cost  was $.103.75.  The expenditure for wages for tho  week ending July 2lst were as follows: -  Water  works  con.   ..    $  112 50  Waterworks  gen repaits.   ...       10 00  Streets,   drains  etc.,        57 12  Total  ������179 62  Both reports were received and riled.  Aid. Dick moved that Needham  street bo graded and culverts be construct eel where necessary at an estimate, cost of  $500.  Mr. and Mrs. William Huglies, "Nic  ol Street are-called upon to mourn  the loss, by death'of a second daughter within the space of a few  months. They received word j-ester-  day of the death of their daugti-  ter, Mrs. G. Clair, the sad event occurring on Sunday in Calgary, Alberta.  The deceased lady wan the fourth  daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hughes,  and was known by her many Naaa-  imo.friends as Nellie. She left this  city about six years.ago, and after  her marriage removed to Calgary,  where she has resided up to the time  of her death, which has occurred at  the  earl3' age of < 23 years.  She leaves to mourn her loss a  loving husband,, one child aged 18  months, her parents, Mr. .'and Mrs.  William Hughes, four sisters "and a  brother. Her sisters are Mrs; T.  Martin of this city., Mrs. Henry. O'-  Connel, Wellington, Mrs. Sid Dawson, Mr. Sicker, anil Mis Sarali, who  lives with, her parents, and her brother William.  IP   YOU  WANT AQOOD-  *.'���������  First Class   Meal  CALL AT���������       ���������  J. X, Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN  I"  FIRST AVENUE. 3*33E3!B333E!525������  THELADYSMITHDATLY ledger  '* ft  I '  "    ' ���������&  ricn'5 f  GOING AT A SACRIFICE   ��������� ������T :   BIC  PS  A F'cill Lino to Choose From  *  ���������  ������^$^$^M^^^$*^ W^#^<frW ������$"&������$*<$>  Smith, Fotos,1  That's AHt,  Local Items  Mr. and airs. A. McClellan 11ctinned to Ladysmitli on the Uain this  morning. _ *  The S.S. Joan was obliged to tic  up at Hie iwiblic wbaif last e\cning  owing to the fact that the Japan occupied the space usually lal*eu up'by  her when in port at ihe Tiansfer  wharf.  The LeRioy La������lley mentioned in  the above is a hiothcr of Miss Laid-  lcy, who reerntly aewptod a position  on  the local teach m������ stall.  Yesterday, Mr. J. VShamock, as agent for tlie Western Fuel Co , sold  three sections of laintl situated en  Thetis Island to Mr M. Burchcl, 0f  that island. Mr. Bmcliel owns the  land surrounding his lecent puichase,  and seemed the latter as an ox I elusion to his estate.  The Annual Sunday School ricnic,  of the Presbyterian conajregaUon will  take place on Saturday, the 2Stli.  inst. Fearing the usk of a railway  journey with so mamy children, thr-y  will hold the nic-nic acrosj, the bay,  leaving the boat-house in launches at  10 o'clock a.m.  CM I Aai PS WHO HAVE'    .   ,  DROPPED FROM SIGHT  "Champions come and go,'' said_ an  old spoil the other day, and aftei  a moment's reflection, one- " ust  agree with him. Take all tli'e r fel-'  lows who are at tlie top of the heap,  today, and ten yeais ago none ol  t.h&in \me even beard of, and if they  weie they were ot that N preliminary  type that battle so luud for recognition anil receive so little foi   it.  Ten jeais ago    James .1.   Corbet t j  and  Bob Fit/simmons wclc  squabbling and keeping the daily papers filled with columns, ol mallei  ragai'dinft  the    heavyweight    championship, and  Ine, but do lue,  and we lu\c a notable instance ot the fail, in Chicago  i today.     Siv    years    ago   1   removed  the stomach of Mrs   Hansen,  aJid she  is In inn, well and henity today.   Oi  } coin sc it'was nccessaiy lo make cei-  - 1am    intestinal connections to     sustain the niteinal organism/but    the  stomach was entnely renrovod."  M'AY MINE UNDER STREETS  SHOES  m m  Gentlemen,, if you are looking  ���������For������������������  in the market and one of the  ever offered. for sale, you  -^-musi get next to the���������  p  &,  None Better-Capital & iSugset Cigars  Fire Chief Smith called the brigade out for practice last evening at  7 30. While good tune was made in  getting a stieam of watei playing  on buildings on High Sheet, helofw  First Avenue, sull tbe bovs might  have been c[iiicker, and would have  been had there been a ical fire. As  it was, some of them saw the chief  strollinig leisurely up the hill before  the boll sounded.', arid immediately  [became suspicious, with the lcsult  ithat onlv two or Uuee \wie on  hand to help the Chief down the lull  ���������with tbe reel On reaching Fust  A\enue, howevei, they made up foi  lost lime, and a good practice ic-  sulted.  Today's Colonist says'   Two pupils  of the Victoiia High school vbo11'aSH  ed the matiiculatioji examination   in  the McGill College have receded additional honors.       J   LcRoy Lmcllcy  has been offciad one cf  the ssmmi exhibitions in McGill as a lesult of the  /brilliant showing mndo at tho examination.   The exhibition only gors    l0  those  making  o\er 715   pel   rent,   prul  as Mr. Laidley  has accomplished this  he has  been  iofteml     the exhibition,  .which  brings'..froin  $lfJ0 to  $'200. per  annum,. "The other scholar who   hay  beon .signalized    for'  special   mention  -is Nelson King, who  ranked  third in  ���������the examination. This pupil has'.been  offered a ".scholarship    in McGill   amounting to $150  for   two years.   The  successful .scholars" lime not  yet  accepted the oilers, bub it is  anticipated that they will ,do   s0.  Lcadvjlle, Col.���������The Colorado su-  premc eouit held that the Roil un  der the streets of lhe city does not  belong to the municipality. In a  sui'l in which the City of Leadvillc  .sought to enforce a claim to ihe  mineral lying undci the stiecis and  allc}b the court lias decided adveise-  ly to the city The defendants; the  Uohn .Mining Company, the- Coion.ulo  .Mining Company and oLheis, had  been mining under (be streets and  the citv objected. Tbe decision is  C(_>ntiai'v lo i.lhe liihncs of the su-  iremc c ourt oi Illinois and other  Eastern states.  UOIINE DIES OF GRIEF.  Mid(Uetoi\n,   X Y ��������� Orrin Rice, who  live.-, ncji   Rock Hill,   Sullivan  county, pin chased a horse from a man in  Jlonlicello,     When taken to its    now  home, eight miles distant, tbe,   horse  could not content itself with  the new  siiuoiiiidinsrs  and  pined   for the     old  faun whcie   it hn.d been  bi ought   up  It b>st llesh and  dually  he-came    ill  'I lie homesick horse    finally escaped  Mi. Rice (Us>iwcresd| the tracks in the  morning,  followed    them,  and     who*  v. lllnn    a     h,ilf-milc    of lhe former  home     found    the hoi so* dead at  the  loadside.  They ai e made to fit the feet  ���������face and pocket.  nunst mum  PIGNiGERS ATTENTION  We have made arrangements  to Imac & launch lea\e the  wharf oveiy hour dm i'ig Tburs  dayJ afternoons and on Sun--  days after 10, o'clock in the  forenoon for the" Crieen, and  shell hcach, wheio we haw established refreshment1 booths.  Compels -wishing plots for  tenting shjuld apply early, aK  tho camping season is nearly  here.  ,ITRS.  McKINNELLEY���������  -HUGH  THORN LEY  SPORT  ITEMS  Chicago ���������A man can live without  a stomach. So can a woman. This  declaration is 'ba^ed upon lhe- (authority of Dr. Carl Beck, head of the den  ,partment of surtrcry in the Nojtth Chi  cago hospital. Di. Beck says: "Persons without stomachs not- only can  Sailor Tom Sharkey was just coming out ot the fistic incubator and  being carefully groomed by Tom Mc-  Giath and "Spider" Kelly. Kid Mc-;  Koy and Dan Crecdon weie then, too  among tbe top notchcis, and Jim  Hall and Peter Mahrei ������nd JoeChoy  nsUi fuinished logil for their deads  in the sH\uaiod ciiele. So much for  the big fellows, and, mind yo������, 'at  thai time .Mm Jufiiies had baldly  been beard  of.  I In'the middle weight class Tommy  j Ryan loo\ed the best of the bunch,  ,and ,16c Walcott was cieating a lit-  ! tic havoc himself, altlioiiigh he was  I several pounds under the scale. Tom-  ' my West, anil "Jack Root were some  shucks, too. n  , Among tla;' wolieis theie,was so  j many space foi bids mentioning nil.  [Mysterious Hilly Smith, Matty ...Matthews, Rube Ferns and that ib'uncb  were in theii prime, and then came  the light weights, headed at that  time by the -neeilcss Kid. La\igmc,  with   IDarns,���������Dal Hawkins,    Mol'ait-j  land, Joe Cans, Geo. MeFaddaii'   and  1   . '  otheis idisputing the tille.        (  Just go over that, list today, and  how many are champions and how  many of them would pi\en be able t0  ���������secure a bout at any of the first-  class ciulliV Filzsimanons,' Joe Clans  an/1 Tommy Iljan, (then you have  them all. 'The rest of them havo  flint the-ring foiever, as their sun  lias set and then money making  days are ah an end.  And so it will bo ten yeais", from  now. 'An entirely new crop of'fight-'  iug material will be brought forth  lo amuse the public and fuinith ar-  t,iiments as lo their ability foi the  spoiling woild. The old joust make  way foi the new in the fighting lino  as well as in e\ciy other walk of  life. Fighters aie but human, even  it some people look upon 'thofn as  biutes.���������Duiiver Republican.  ���������OF-  Blouses, Prints, Men's Hats &  j i  Children's Straw Hats  i <   i -  To be  sold Regardless of Price We  will  not carry  "over this Stock  Print'Blouses, $1.23, now  S5c  Print  Blouses, '$4.(0, now  Cue  Children's Steaw Hats,  1 '50 now   l\  Children's     do, $1.00/now 75o  Children's    do, 7f>c, now    ..50c  Boy's Canvas-I-Iais, 50c, now...    .35c  Men's rIla1s,- li!5c,"now     50c  l\lcn's Hats, $1.25, now  !..'..* ".90c  ladfe*s Cotton Underwear at Special  SIMfN LEISER & CO Ltd,  fc    FRESH SUPPLY OF  '',   ' ',3  I Lamb, flutton, Pofk, Veal and Beet a  National League.  Minard's Liniment cures  Cold,  etc.  Pittsburg 7  Chicago' 3  Si:. Louis   f)  Xcw York ������  I'.rooklyn   -1.  Boston  u.  American 'League,  Boston    8,   .Cleveland   1.  1st, 'l''-hilai.li.'lpbiti  0.������������������Chicago  Lt.  iind Philiidetpbin  5,   fMii<:ago O.  .N'ow Voi-k   -1,  Detroit.  2.  AVasbington'   2,  Rt "Louis 2.  Minard's  I,iniment cures   Diphtheria  mMimtm ^wwy^  GARDEN PARTY  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25th.  BY DORCAS GUILD OF   THE  CHURCH OF  RNCLAND.  The. proceeds to go fur fiee excursion foi Sunday School. Ice cream,  home-made C:>iuly, lea, coffee, cake,  etc. S,ile of v.'oil^; all soils of pretty, useful and on1amen,t.al things. Tim  City "Rand has kindly consented' to \j&  pieswil.     Commencing at 5   o'clock  WANTED��������� C;in\assr-r familiar with  the city. Apply in person to Ledger Office.  NOTICE..  If you want lo sell your chickens  foi a fn.ii- price, bring them to .T.  X. Smith's restauiunt, 1st Avenue.  o  Try a Province Cljrar,  WE  HAVE  ON  HAND   SOME VERY NICE-  ROLLED CORNED BEEF  13T-2C, LB.,   ^  1 A, HOWE I  \% MEAT   MARKET >. 3  mm  LAUNCHING PARTIES.  MODEST CLAIMS;.OFTEN-  CARRY  MOST  CONVICTTON  When Maxim, the famous gun inventor,1 placed his gun before a committee of judges; he stated its carrying power to be much below what  he felt sure the gun would accomplish. The result or the trial was  therefore a great surprise, instead of  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 tbe users make the statements. What they do claim, is that  it will possibly cure .diarrhoea, dysentery, pains, in "the stomach and bow  els and has never been known to fail.  For sale by The Lady smith. Pharmacy.- ?"-  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  Parties wishing to engage a first-  clla-ss launch foi picnic or exclusion  parties at reasonable rates should  apply to IT. BLAIR, Cecil Hotel,  City. Launch may be engaged foi the  evening at any time '     st  ������..������.+..������..������.+**.  SCREEN DOORS  We offer all sizes in Screen Doors, complete with  Hinges, Etc, For  $1.50    EACH  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  ���������AT���������  Knight's Bosk Store  \V. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE.  - ��������� ���������- III   II iiiihiw  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  MBiAilJUJIB^Ei^S3SSg^^BggaaMHBIB  H  BARGAINS=-BARGAINS  Watches,  Clocks,   Silverware,   Jewelry &��������� Fancy ' Goods   or all descriptions  all are to be cleared at a Great Reduction to make room- for new shipments  ���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  '>���������..������������������������..������������������.���������>'���������>.���������"���������..  ,.������..���������������������..������..*  ������������������^���������^#..������.-������H������.'���������>*���������..���������..���������.������������������.*���������-������..���������������������.���������  t  I Pioneer Dottlin? Tfoihs   j  I 1st. Avenue, Ladysmith, B, G \  I W L Rummin?. Prop, j  |     MANUFACTURER OF      1  l Carbonated Beverages, |  i Oinger   Beer       I  i Fruit Syrups  ���������  ! P.   O.   Box   248 i  ?        nwri* ..." I  .���������������������a������������'il<i������'>i"i"i������������"������"fi"t<ti">������������������i������i><e..fo3<i|.  ������������������a  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������eo������������9������*  Our liWREHCf FQUfiTMH PEH at $1.00 is a Snap  MWHtoMMlM  B. FORClMriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  uaassass^^&si<^s^tz^iSJsi^s^ss&^  \  FOR TO-DAY  faiid Mutton,-  ���������  o  e  ������  G. PAN-NELL  GATACRE ST.        LADYSMITH   ;  *"*"       %i " t       ��������� ��������� - 0  PICTURE  FRAMES  ��������� ������������������������������������������-%."%���������  and latest Patterns and  Finishes in  FRAME, MOULDINGS.  ���������%.���������*������������������%.������������������������  PLAQUES.  -%.'���������.-������.-������.  WALL PACKETS.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Pictures���������British and German.  Plate Mirrors.  Bevel  ������������������'Passu Par tout Picture Binding in  all colors. .lust, arrived from the  factory in the East.  ���������������.  ^  -tv ���������*.  Picture Framing Neatly done at  tS.  KAYS  WALL PAPER DEPOT  Granite and Marble Works  Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets,, etc., at the  lowest prices consistent  wiih 'first class stock and  workmanship. 'Write for  catalogue. ;;  A.   STEWA'RT,  148 Yates St. Victoria B.C  ���������  *  ��������� ��������� ��������� ������ ��������� ��������� ��������� o ��������� ��������� ��������� e ��������� ��������� e o ��������� ������ ��������� ��������� e ���������  Smolco a Big B Cigar.  1  have just received a shipment of  Hills' :High tirade.-  ENGLISH TOBACCOS  and  CIMREIIFS  DRUG  STORE


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