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 i'-  MITH  r^  V  JU^1905.     k  , y  VOL. 2,  ������90T '<js ATno 'AvaaatfaaAi  PRICE   FIVE   CENTS  1ARLY   DAYS  IN THE WEST  *, Bryce Will Cive Illustrated  Lecture   To-Morrow  Night  In the Above Interesting Topic  in the Local Presbyterian  Church  INVESTIGATION OF HI- COLLIER TRICOLOR OHlPEACEPLEHIPOTtHTI&RIES OFFICIALS ON  I; As a notice  hi  in .ancthcr column of  at Calgary, A^ancouver and Victoria,  the great Northwest j mot row  evening     tot the above nur-  wliich'    as Dr., Bryce rightly  His issue will show, Rep. Dr. Urycc and it is expected he will address a  fill g ve an llustrated lecture in the 'congregation aCDuncans this ������veiling}.  sbyterian Church tomorrow even- | J)l'- Brycc's other .mission is to,  |iig.SvThe lecture will without doubt raise funds to'endow the professor-  Ijc fuffor interest, the sulifecl being ship of Oriontal languages of the Man}  lipon tie early days in the West. Of itoa College. This chair is now filled  Till people Dr : Bryce ps perhaps one ' hy an old pastor oi a great many  If the best (Qualified men to lecture Ladysmith people, the Rev.- G. Per-  [ipon this subject, he having suffered1- iy, P- IL D., ��������� some years ago in  \.U tiie ' harasnips forced upon those ! .charge of the Wellington Presbyter-  Jiving1 in the'West in the early times, jun Church. J  |\s a soldier of the Cueen Dr.  Bryce J    A collection     will be taken ,up to-,  jvent through  (Rebellion and many are the interest-' pose,  |*ng stories    that he     lias to tell of _ Hunks,     should appeal to Rev. Per-  those early  trouble days.      It is ex- j ry's old  Hock. : '     -     ;   l  lected that in his discourse tomoi-' Rev. Ceo Bryce, D. D. L. L. p.,  ^cw the lecturer will devote some of has had a brilliant career since he  lis time to speaking on these inter- t-nteied the church. He was Moderating topics. | ator of lhe Gqueral Asserojjjjy three  ij Dr. Bryce* Mission to the west is jei-rs ago, and at the ^Assembly in  !i double one. First he is seeking Vancouver in 1903 delivered the open-  students for the ' Manitoba College, i ing sermon. '- He is of1' Scotch ex-  Twenty.three are required, and oi fraction and a professor-'of the Win-  these five have already been secured | nipeg University ' and' Mgriitoba Colby Dr. Bryce in eastern British Coif   ledge.     Byall     who have heard him  he is said to he an, eloquent speaker,  and his topic tomorrow evening will  without doubt, be full ofinterestr  NINGTQN DISASTER    L j  It   is Thought That Only  one Boiler Exploded  But the Explosion Broke  - Steampipes of Otner  Boileri  THE ROCKS  Bound For   Frisco  From  Ladysmith the Steamer  Ran Aground  On the MendicinoReef and  is Probably a Total  Loss  ON THE MOVl  M.Witte and Party   Leave  Parte {for Cherbourg  by Train  They Will Sail on Kaiser  Wilhelm der Grosse  for New York  qin'niftw.   OnH    Tnlv 9R     ������mMJ    A telegram received hy the Welling-)    Paris,   July   26���������M.   Wilte,  Prof.  ^,S������^CS1' rl^ii iT.tT !  mn n���������,Lv a���������v m the stcaV  D��������� tf��������� and a number, of  officii  the injured of the Bennington's crew ton Colliery CY\mpany says the steal  another death has occurred, the vie- mer Tricolor, a steamer under charting-being W .V. Kennedy. The body ter to the Colliery Company, went  will betaken to Alliance, Neb. 'ashore    near Cape Mendocino yester-  The investigation of the disaster con day morning. The telegram did.'not  ducted .by Commander Young and tfive particulars of tfcio accident but  ;Lieutenants lYates and Wade, has j ti,e v cinity is known to be a had  been concluded and a report is being ' onc. 'j>he Tricolor had !5,.9O0 t) ms ol  prepared to be forwarded to-Wash- coai from Ladysmith for San Fran-  Uigton. ^Nothing; can' be learned ascisco The crew were saved. '  to its contents from any of tlie three ��������� The Tricoior clear0(l from ������a(ly  officers,-but thare appears reason to smith for gan Francisco lat FlidavA  jbelicve that they have decided onlyand waslaken out to tne strai^s ,)V  :one,boiier exploded, but that the ex-  pllA Qwms    ghe was q[ Norw^ian  register, 'built at Bergen in 1898, and  was. of 3843 tons register. She was  commanded     by Capt. Herman W!:/ld,  'plosion broke tbe steam pipes of the  other boilers and thus later * contributed their share' of the death dealing steam.  fnmbia. He will make a full tour of  l;the province, vis ting every town oi  fimportance.     He has already,lectured  (TO EXTEND  COMMERCE  New   fork,   July   26.���������Plans have  been completed for an effort hy    an  | exporting  company  of   this .city    to  (^extend ^American commerce to  fcr-  I, eign covintrics.    A floating expedition!  I (US it will tie called,   will start from  New   York   in   January,   1900.      It  |l will carry  a limited  number of samples . lo be displayed at each of    the  ports,      where  stops   will  lie .made.  f Space will be allotted  to exhibitors  ������"��������� and salesmen on  this ship.  The trip  H will  require \ fifteen  months, and  over 60,0CO iniLs  will  be covered.    It*  |J will.include Europe, Asia, Australia,  South America and     ports in Cen-  |} tral  America and  the West Indies.  The   . steamer will carry  a surgeon  ^and  competent  interpreters   of   German French and Spanish.  Iff    Boston,  Mass.,   July  20.���������Adjutant  KCteneral Stopford, of Massacliucss^tUJ1  ^as  written a letter  to Lieiit.'.Col.  S'. Maynard Rogers, commanding the  I;43rd   regiment,   Duke   of   Cornwall's  K Own  Rifles,  Ottawa,  Out.,  declining  Ends  request  tihat   the  regiment     be  ���������permitted  to  enter  this state    next  i month  under      arms. ^ This  decision  R was  reached  after  a eonfeicnce wilh  |i! Governor Douglas, and  after having  ',received  an opinion  from   Attorney-  General Parker.    The  Adjutant Gew-  f.eral,  in his communication  to     bho .  I Canadian i commander,   points     cut.  ithat the     statutes of Mawsacliuscljts  jare prohibitive, and.the only way to  larrange the matter ���������.would  to hy the  ^.'passage of a special act of- the legis-  i'laturc,  which  is impossible as       tho  * general court is not in session.  PH1PPS CASE;  IN COMMONS  Loitdon,   '- July  26;���������The  shooting,  case  involving  J.  SS.  and  H.     p.:  Plupps,  sons of Henry, Phipps"^'   ol",  Pittsburg,   was  mentioned  in       tlie  House    of Commons  this"' aftiarnoo'n, ;  J. Galloway \Vier, representing. Ross  and     Cromarty      County,  Scotland/  wanting   the     Lord Advocate      for  Scotland   lo     take steps  to prevent  the defendants fiom fleeing from justice.    Lord   Advocate,   however,  said  he had, every reason to  believe that  the PJiipps  woujd  he ready   to meet  any  charges  brought" against   them.  One  of  the young     men,  he  understood,   was  now   in Paris.  The two  sons     of  Mr   Phipps were recently  charged   with  the reckless  discharge  of  fire-arms  at  the Beau  Fort   Estate,  in  the Highlands" of Scotland, -  by 'whicln three pereons were wounded. ���������  -   .     -<  and had been running on the Lady-  smith-San Francisco run for about  Ihree months.  The spot where the Tricolor is supposed to Have been wiecked, is luiown  as Mendocino reef,,a ledge of rock  jutting out' some three miles into lhe  sea "��������� from Cape Mendocino, "and is~  dreaded ��������� by all mariners vn-in ihe  jestvensky. has undergone an opera- cap is enveloped in fog. The reef  tion. A wound'in his forehead was is f|������unped with a whistling bouy'anrt"  opened ' arid a small piece of bone a straight slant s takvii fiom u- s  was  removed.   His.conditpn  is con-  point after passing Flattery.    -If she  OPERATE ON  ROJESTVENSKY  Tokio, July' 20.���������Vice . Admiral Ro-  iiiakiing   up  the Russian  peace pleni  polentiary party,   left by' train     at  9.20    this, ^morning for Chenboiirg.  They vnM "sail' for New York on the  steamer  Kaiser Wilhelm der  Grosse j    Assistant   Sdpcrintendent G-oodfel--  this  e.vening.--.Many..AoiIicials.      and j \,  THE RAILWAY L1NH  Superintendent    Goodicllow and  W. O. Miller, Superintendent  of Car Service  Are up the Line  Today,  They  Speak Encouragingly of the  Road's Future  diplomats-     gathered    at the depot  with, whom jVL Witte stood  smoking  end chatting  until   the train pulled  out.   Madame Witte   anil  her  daughter  accompanied  3V1.   Witte   to  Cherbourg.- '1 hence they  will      go     to  Brussels and remain there during the  conference.     The Kaiser Wilhelm der  GTo-se     is crowded  with homeward-  bound       Americans     and   there   are  ma,ny   American and   European  join  nalists  on hoard.  sidered satisfactory.  TO SWIM  V   CHANNEL  Dover,   Eng ,      July   26.���������Edward  lleatou,   of   Liverpool,   started .from  here  this, niornihg   m an  attempt to  swim   the   channel,   his  intention  l.e-  iiio- to  land  near Calais.    The conditions  wore  favorable  for  lhe accomplishment of his task.  No less than  nine persons .'arc now in training for  swimming rthc channel, includiTipi Mi.ss  Kcllcrnian,   an   Australian,   who  expects  to  make     the attempt in the  near  futiure.  Ilea ton failed in his attempt, says  a later despatch. He became 11 alter  six hours' swimming and only coy-'.-<  ercd about a tin rd of the distance.  rJTOCHECK YELLOW FE/  VER IN NEW ORLEANS  TO SECURE INDEPENDENCE  -  ���������        FORjTifE 'KOREANS.  San Francisco, ,Cal., July 2S.���������P.  K. Yoon, who is on his way to  ���������Washington ,for the .purpose^of acting  as an official, delegate -appointed to  Jook after tlies interests of Korea during tlie |ieaoe nagotiations, arrived  here on the steamer. Alameda from  , Honolulu- yesterday.  Mr.- Yoon is a minister of the Korean Methodist Church in  Honolulu.  He was disinclined to talk about his  mission,  as   he feared  that  the expression, of     his  sentiments   nvifetat  cause .some ill  feeling.'ameng      tlie  Japanese.    He said,  however, 'that  his object .was to get the most fa-,  vorahle terms  for Korea  for      the  present,     with a view   to obtaining  independence fn the future.  Mjfnwia  to rum  JIMITS  New York, July 2C���������A Berlin despatch  to tlie Times says that information from  a private  source      in  Russia, is to tie effect that the project of an Ainerician syndicate to conn  nect  America  with  Siberia  by  railroad,  including a   tunnel  under Beh-  ring Straits,  ' has been rejected by  the  commission   which   the  Russian  govcrnnunt appointed  to cendderit.  . The commission," it  is  said,     will1  report that such arailroad rmight be  come  a source of grave  danger     to  Russia, and that it  would  not  commercially valuable.  has ptfed up on this rock she-will  prove a total loss, as big seas break  over it constantly.  STORM DID  :' DAMAGE  an    ~ Francisco, .CaL;   July. 26.���������  ,r. ^    .L'-M:  Shannon,  who  fifteen  MAY OPEN     ;  BRECHIN  be  REJECT  PROPOSAL  The Nanaimo members of the West,  ern federation of Miners are holding  a meeting in the Free Press Hall,  Nanajimo this afternoon. It is repotted in Ladysm th that the object  of .the meeting is to discuss the ad-  {visability of entering negotiations  with the Western'Fuel Company with.  the obfect ol the opening of the Ore-  chin mine, for the employment of  Western Federation men only. A  great many are of the opinion that  the company being anxious to have  work in that mine resumed will come  to some agreement with the Federation men.  San  Rev-  years has. labored as ,a missionary  among' the natives 'of the Caroline  islands, was "a passenger on the  steamer ��������� Alameda, from Honolulu.  The missionary steamer ' Morning  Star carried him from the Carolines  to the Hawaiian Islands. He brings  news ol' a frightKil .storm which  swept over the Carolines in Apiil  last,' Neaily all tlie Islands in the  eastern group were devastated. The  cocoanut grovcs_were., destroyed and  much of. the food, supply of the na-.  lives swept .away... Nineteen natives  were--killed and Uhe*schooiieis Penape  and Diana were destroyed. *        ' i  '��������� -O"  GERMAN EMPEROR WILL  MAKE ANOTHER VISIT  Copenhagen, ' July 26.���������A formal1  ini niation was received by the.  couit today of Emperor Willaam's intention "-to 'Visit. King-Chi istiaii at  an early date.    -~ " . . t  low,   of  the  E. & N.   Railway,  and  W.  0.  Millci, of the C.P.R. car- sci-  vice  of  Vancouvet,  were  passengers  on   today's   train to  Nanaimo.    Mr.  Miller      ,s  making up  a list of cars  and material under the charge of his  department, ,and     will be in Ladysmith in a day or.two to sajsid some  time.  Superintendent Goodfellow is  'in'-v-  inr;  atrip  over   the road looking  up  reqjuiiements.    Quite long sec-  o-'tis where there are curves or worn  lails will" be replaced with heavy  steel rails, and the road-bed will be  gradually and. steadily improved.,La-  tei on, better time will be made  tan is now uossible, and very like- dona by the steamer Victoria alone  ly there will lie less slows for the is over $2,00(1 per day. Mr. Good-  regular trains. Super iu( en lent Good- fellow .pointed out that people  fellow was asked if these was anv could now, if.they wished, leave I.&-  liUihoocl of the rules being so chang- dysmith on the morning train and  ed that passengers could be, as ��������� uder catch the Charmer- al Victoria at 1  the former regime, allowed to v.do o'clock, reaching Vancouver the same  o;: ficight trains. He stated that night. This, however, is more ev-  this  matter was under consideration   pensive and  is  a Icing   way around.  at the head offices,  and  while it is  not   allowed  on  the  freights    .ut  of  Vancouver, '   it may  be so arranged  on this branch.  Al present he could  not  say.  Asked as  to the chances of direct  communication with  Vancouver    by  steamer,- he    stated that the matter  owing- to' pressure of  business,    had  not yet l>eeii decided,  but that     no  doubt   some  satisfactory  conclusions  would   be  arri-������ed   at  as soon   as  it  could  be  arranged   without  interfering with the heavy traffic now on.bteV  tween Vancouver and Victoria.  While the statement was not made  by Supeiintendent Goodfellow, it is  said in Victoria     tliat  the business '  CHIEF O NIELL'S  SUCCESSOR  OPEN AIR  SERVICE  Rev. Bowen  Will Conduct  Song Service at Shell  Beach Sunday  DISCUSS  Chicago,      Ills.,   July   20.���������Mayer  Dunne today appointed   Captt.   John  M.  Collins as chief1 of  police of Chicago to si.ccecl Francis O'Neill, who  resigned  a few davs  ago.    The  new  chief has  lisen  fiom  the ranis.  He  was a patrolman in  the front line of  police at   whom   the anarchist. bonVb  was     tin own in Haymarket Square  many yeais ������ago.  TO  SHIP FROZEN HALIBUT  TO THE EAST.  That a revolution in the manner of  shipping Pugef Sound halibut to the  East will soon be inaugurated by  lhe leading companies engaged in tine  business is the belief of G. E. Jennings, of New York city, proprietor  of the Fishing Gazette, who i spent a  day in Victoria Monday last and who  is now in Seattle after an extensive  examination  of  Pacific  Coast   fisher-  McBPIDE DIVORCE CASE  Paris,   July  26.���������The  hearing     of  Uij     suit for divorce brought      by  Maud     Conr.e, known as  the '"Cice  Joan  of  Arc,0 against  Major    Mc-  Bricle,  formerly  of  the  Boer  army,  was opened  before the civil tribunal  of the Seine, Matre Gruppe representing the wife and Mai ire Lanori the  husband.  Maitre Gruprc seM'cly denounced  Major McBride's alleged unfaithfulness, and denied'the hus-bland's charge  that his wife was not of genuine Irish birth. The case attracts much  attention owing to the prominence  of the parties in connection with Irish agitation.  . o���������   EMFEROR'S  MEETING  London,     July 20.���������Thc Commons  today      refused    to  permit  Winston  Churchill-to introduce a bill'limiting  the life of parliament -to .five .instead  of seven,  years.    Mr.   Churchill     ex-  S'; New Orleans, July '20.���������The aihli-'marine municipal' service today, Sur-j plained that "the bill would give ful-  j-tional (deaths from yellow fever wero ��������� geon While says that ��������� a house-to- 'ler popular control of the executive.  |; unofficially     reported  ution of, parliamentary authority ov-  ���������|board of health  today,   making  tlvir-' in this portion of the city which is  ty-six in  all  since  July  13.    No  re-   infected' with .yellow fever.   The section   includes  forty   or   fifty   blocks.  If rf.'rts     of new cases      were received  ���������Most  of th3  thirty-six  deaths  have  Assistant   Surgeon   GoMbcrger      has  occurred  in  the -neighborhood  of the  been, ordered to Vick'sbiirg and Shre-  French   market,   where  the  sanitary  '['conditions  have   been  very  had.  families   of   Italians   have  vcport.with instructions: to run down  all   rumors   of yellow  fever,  cases    in  Large      families   of   Italians   have    those cildis  and      to conduct a peril- bo2n crowded into very small spaces i sonal   campaign   of  education   among  ft and in  one instance twenty-seven are J lhe profession and the .laity in     reliving in three rooms. .        '  gard     to methods of destroying mos.  '��������� Washington detpatches say:   In his   qui toes and other means of prevent-  advices     from New  Orleans to  the   ing infection. ���������  er the government, and by this''mechanical . arrangement   more   fretqiueiit  appeals    to.     the country  could be  made of national  advantage.       The  proposal. wast defeated 23!) to 176.  'Rev, R. J. Bowen, rector .������! the  Church oi England, intends holding  what pionnsts to'be a novel and  most interesting senicc on Sunday  evening next. It is a song service  to be held on Shell Beach for the benefit of the ,,campers and picniccrs.  TheRev; Bowen wil, leave for Shell  Beach immediately after vespers at  the church; and expects to-start the  outdoor service at tlie aboice mention  ed place at 8.16.  Mr. Bowen will accompany the  singing with his concertina, a sweet  little instrument .which has done similar duty in a'great many camps in  the Yukon. The service w 11 be most  interesting amd anybody caring either  Vb laird ou the beach or listen to the  service from their boats, on the Willi', wfll be mos* welcome. This is  the first effort of its kind that has  ever Seen made here, and it is to be  hoped that by turning out in.crowds  the public will render it a success.  Stockholm,   July   26.���������Both   houses  of the  Riksdag have hold secret sessions  to  discuss  the  report  presented  yesterday  of the   special committee appointed lo deal wrth the crisis,  between Norway and   Sweden.  It  is  understood that   the  report  was   approved   in   principle.    Some   regietis'  expressed at the resignation  of   the  Swedish   government   befoie   the i.ik-  sdag had acted on   the committee's  repot t,     as  ; it is, feared i(, may  retard  the  progress  toward  a solution  of tlie difficulty.  St.  Petersburg,     July  25.���������Gossip  and    cciijectute  are   busy   with   the  ,es- I reasons for and results of the recent  "I ha\'i;|cvery reason  to  behove,"   meeting bjlumen      Emperor William  he announced, '-that it, is only a mat alM, Empe"Lo"r'Nicholas,  thc return of  let" of a shoit  time until  the    com-  ! panics | begin   shipping  halibut   East  WAR TO  THEKNIFE  TWO MINERS HURT.  MEDICAL ASSOCIATION  , TO MEET  IN TORONTO.  London,      July      27.���������The  British  Medical Association .has accepted tho  invitation to  meet at  Toronto     in  1006.  Two men were hurt in the mines  this afternoon. Mike .Quinii' was  jumping off the ttfip whpn his foot  g-ot" caught and ho was thrown, the  car crushing his side rather badly.  He was brought back to town on tho  4  o'clock local. .  .       ���������'���������  IL Rafter was knocked out by ii<  kick from his mule, lie was unconscious   for some  time,  but  was  able I  St.     Petersburg,   July   10.��������� Disorders   at Nizhni   Novogrod  have   now  conl.n led   for   four   days  with daily  collisions   between   the   rival   camps  in  which'the-workmen and  the rioting   roughs  have  divided,  but   thero  has   been    no   general   rioting   since  Sunday's  five hour fray  .According  to :government advices   twelve   men  were killed, and    three  were  fatally  wounded ^Monday and Tuesday nights  On Sunday night a bomb was thrown  against  the school house in  thc   suburbs   of    Sormvo,   where  a detachment of soldiers were .Quartered. The  the imperial-party to Peterhoff hav-  fro/en, instead of fresh in rdrigera-, inS produced nothing deflate regard-  tor cais, as at piescnt. You now' ing the subjects discussed or the con  handle at lleast 75 per cent, of the elusions reached. The only definite  fresh fish business of the Middle West  and tuilher east, and will continue  to herns of th" most impoiLmt supply  points in  lhe United  States.  "���������\o>.i can get-f:sli in  hete.Jrom the  banks in less than -forty-eight boars,  and ship it to the Atlantic  Coast before  vessels      can  leave  the   fishing  markets  there,  reach   the hanks  and  return with a supply.   This is due t0  the  fact     that the new bankis being  worked arc further away, so far that  it will..jlake a boat several weeks  to  go out and return with a cargo.  "From what I have learned while  on the coast it'looks very much as if  five sock-eye run this year is going"  (o prove a failure. On the Fraser, I  am informed, the fish are very  so.nrce. Ou the Columbia there are  a number of canneries bsing operated, and on the.Sacramento river the  run is an entire failure. You are, of  course, fully informed as to the unsatisfactory conditions on thc Sound  In British Columbia, districts reports aie receive.:! of large catches  by individual boats, but the truth is  that these cal dies come from about  half  a do/eii  different  boats  and  are  thrower of the bomb- was killed.  No   turned in by one man  advices have been rec<-Uod of today's  events. A regular blood fued' appears to exist between the Socialist   workmen   in   the   Soromovo .dis-  ,,   , ,.        , ,    ,       '.- trict ��������� and   the-stevedores,   brickmatv  to walk home on his return to town   prs and cab.driVe's.    The taetions in_  Mr   Qman's mjune^ although ver5< VQ(ie ^ othe].,s tm. aml        t  painful,     are not considered danger. revolvers'and clubs.  OUS;. ��������� .  "I have been identified with fishing ���������.'interests for years, but have only real i;������P the magnitude of the ���������industry out here and in Alaska by  this visit, which is the first time  that I have coino in contact wi'j't the  local atmosphere, as it were, of the  Puget  Sound cannery business.    One  , information  vouchsafed  is  that      the  1 universal ions   were   extremely      cor-  (i'.i!  and  fiir-iidly.  The  l.i.'ef   that  tin "meeting     will  snake    peace ���������    was   reflected, on the  bourse   I (.day,   imperial   fours  rising  a full point to Gi  in a firm market.  The inij ortance of'the  meeting      is ���������  recognized  in  the press comments ot  all  shades   of   opinion.   Various   conjectures  are   advanced  as   to, its real  meaning, but they  are all   .dmittcd-  ly guess-work.  "a despatch dated from Berlin says'.  Although   the   German   foreign'office  was advised  in   the  despatch cabljed  to the Associated Press yesterday of  the     genuineness   of  what   Emperor  William would say to Emperor Nich  olas in .favor  of peace   and internal  reforms  in  Russia, bo actual report  has been received of  what has   taken  place  and   probably   none   will' bo received  unless  if be a belated   memorandum   covering some  point for preservation in the archives.  It  is learned  that   the  two  emperors  have.a private   cipher  in  wbfc-h  telegrams are occas-ii n illy exchanged  and   which   pass  through  no     third  hand.  thing, though, the industry must be  preserved and handled carefully, for  the supply of fish is gradually dwindling, not only here, but on the Atlantic as well. At least the catches  are smaller year by year.",  -V.   ,/|  i i * i *���������.���������*������ B DAILY LEDGER  m  /  Tic   DAILY LEDGER  Published   every  day except  Sunday.  BV        THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  Offices,  Ladysmith and  Duncans  .,  SUBSCRIPTION  PRICE  ���������0 cents a month", *5 per year in  ndvance. Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  WEDNESDAY, CULV 2fi,  10*5  I  Illond Indians.  One of the mysteries of Mexico is pre-  tented by the Maya Indians who inhabit  the Siomi Maili-u mountains in the lowei  pni-t ol rionoi-a They have fair skins blue  eyes and li-ht hair, and students of ethnology have always boon puzzled to account for them There is a tradition, how  ever, that those Indians are tho descendants  of tho crew anil passengers of a Swodi.-h  Vi-5-.fi wrecked on tlio Mexican coast centuries before Columbus discovered tho new  world lint this tradition is founded on  nothiuf! more substantial than a folklore  tnlo curienc among them that their ancestors came over the big salt water hun  di'ods of moons ngo  ��������� Tlie Mexicans have never been able t������  C(in<|iier this people Nominally indeed  tlii-v nro under Alex lean rule, but'ivallj  they are governed by their own chief, ami  whenever tlie Mexican government hu������ in  torfered with them they have taken uj  arms, getting tho best of the fccriinnuigf  every timo Their nearest Indian neigh  bors arc tho Yaquis, and these two warlikt  tribes have reciprocity down to a fine  point Kach helps the other when th������  Mexicans attack them. The Mayas live  principally by the chase, although they  enllivaro seme corn  and garden   truck.  l'hc meu are large and well formed, and  some of tlie women are remarkably handsome blonds ���������Ohio State Journal.  Tobacco Smoke.  Smokers may be Interested to know  what ii i������ they inhale in the fumes of the  fragrant weed that soothes theii irritable  nerves The old fashioned idea was thai  tobacco smoke consisted mainly ot carbonic acid and ammonia, but we are novi  told that it is made up of prussic acid, at  alkaloid having "a delightful odor, but  dangerous to breathe, and as poisonous at  nicotine, sineo a dose of one-twentieth ol  a grain will destroy animal lire ' and ol  aromatic principles "as yet undeter  mined," but not bsV as such principles  go inasmuch as they are not pois-unous  Tho active element of tobacco diioko ia  nicotine but it is contended that this tresh  noxious  element   and  which   is   dubbed  'collulinc,' has for some tune heon overlooked When tobacco is poor in nicotine,  it may yet bo most poisonous, foi then the  ���������i-ollidi'ne' m it will operate with viKor  on the smoker ���������New York Leduer  Kootenay Steel Range  SAVES  FUEL  It is not the first cost of a range which makes it cheap  or expensive, but the amount of fuel it afterwards consumes.  If you buy a range a  few dollars cheaper than a  Kootenay, and it burns  from 15 to 25, per cent,  more fuel, what do you  gain ? Nothing ; but you  actually lose money, besides  putting up with all the  inconveniences of an old-  style range.  The Kootenay is equipped with every known device  for reducing the consumption of fuel.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.    WRITE rOR BOOKLET  9L  .  London,   Toronto,   Montreal,   Winnipeg,   Vancouver,  St. John, N.B. .   .,��������� , vi   i ,  REMEHBER  When you want a good picture  frame that we have a well assorted  stock of nil ������iws from 35c lo $4.00  or we will make any si/e at most  reasonable rates. A full line of  mouldings to choose fiom. We also  carry a supply of  PASSE   PARTOUT    PIC  TURK BINDING  It keep*your photos from  being spoiled  ���������We also ha\'e  thc celebrated  Lemon  Polishing     Oil for   jfurniturc or any  other varnished -surfaces.   Will repair  scratches 021     your- piano anil give a  polish that you can see your face in.  LADYSMITH:AERIE     NO. IM, F.  ' * -    "��������� /     . *  ;   '."    ���������������������'-"   -',    .1  O. E. :���������: J :���������:. ;���������: . :~r.;  Meets in the Opera' House "1st and  rfid Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. Worthy  President, B Forcimme'r; Wwrthy  Secretary, C. H.  Rumming*.  DAY SCHOOL.  Ihjual subjects tauglit; also .'languages,, drawing in pencil j and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons gir-  en in classes er individually.  MISS BERTRAM,  Ladysmith, B.C.;  Ladysmith Wallpaper Depot I  HARRY   KAY  FIRST AVENUE  Laavsm[|t Hardwareuo  ���������   AGENTS.     ���������   ���������.���������   rr ,  White Swan  Soap is   making  good   fold.   Mr. Owen will be in town tor  in Ladvsni.thf    There will he a draw    a few days only, so those people win  ing for'a     Giamophcnc on Aug. 2nd. 1 have pianos should;avail themselves  See the White Swan Soap advort.se-   of this opportunity to get ^ *in-  ment on Page Four.   '  Under New Maoagment  Hotel Wilson  NanaiiribVB.C.  McKinnell &Woodbank;  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly. First Class.  Commercial Mens'  headquarters.   .  Fire Proof    Building. "  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rates |1.25 aLd$1.50���������   ,  Free bus to all eteainboat landing-- and  railway depots.   Electric cars eveiy fivt  minutes to all parts of. the eily.   Bar  sod table unexcelled. >  F. BAYNE8, Proprietor,  od. Any work entrusted, to Mr. Owen  will lie promptly and well done. All  ruder* should, be sent tto thc AftAots-  ABBOTT ST.,  VANCOUVER B, C.  Mr.  R   Owen,  the  well  known  pia-   lorc| |n,ici without delay  no tuner, is rcgisteicd at  the AMl'ols  NOTICE.  From this date the undersigned  will not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on a  written order signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin  V.  I.  EXPLORATION &  DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1905.  Newly fitted up aud  Furnished  Cood tables and good  Rooms  PORTLAND HOTEL  ANGELOTATE, PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra   well  Stocked  Fop Expressing  Light or Heavy Teaming  Wood and Bark for Sale  BUGGIES  FOR IITRK \-:   :-'  S>e-T. KEMP, or leave orders       at  Transfer Stables  'PHONE o-o.  SO YEARS'  EXPVRIENCE  Trade Marks  - . rDCSIGNS  COPYRIGHTS *C.  Anyone lending ������������������katch.anddMertpUon may  quicklyaacarUIn our oplnloa,frM whether an  ne it tree. Oltlaat-eBWcyjfor,aeouringJWtenUk  Pateuta takan through Munn a Co. receive  tptctolnofIf. withoutchar������a. lutha ., ,  Scientific flBKiicaii.  A hBiidsdmelT"nin������trated'w������akljr.   J*n������������l clr.'  flUNIf4H***"**' New W  THE JONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  < '    - 1     ������  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-   -Ladysmith.,  .Healers In  Pianos and  Organs ..  Ladysmith, B.C.  YUEN  Merchant Tailor  Tlie comfortable way  EVERYTHING ; THAT'S'. GOOD IN  TRAVEL IS YOURS IF  YOU USE THE  2  Overlands  Daily  a  Ladsyrhith  *%    w*  B. C  '..ii}  fm?-  l:?.i.  FIRST  AVENUE  TH6 CITYMRRK6T  R. Williamson Prop ,  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  Any  K^S^-iSSsMS  Public Notice  Attention is called to thc      fact that the  Ogiivie Flour Hills Co.,  Limited,  makers'of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR, have for some time  pas!, been producing flour in a vastly improved and purified form  by tlie aid of E LECTRICITY  and  having secured  control  of   all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising   the  public  that any   unauthorized  users of the electrical    (lour  purifying processes'  will  be pro-  flee 11 ted.  Ogiivie Flour Mills Company Limited  ratha    only    millers in Canada whose   Flour is  purified by the electric process  This   Hotel  has    been  completely  renovated.    ���������  Board  and  lodging  f 1.00  per day.  HOTEL-    PRETQRIS  P������ar  Supplied   with   the  Best    Wines,  Liquors and  Cigars.  1st Avenue :-:  Ladysmith B.C.  e Farmers  eat Market  X      Prop  of  Done Promptly and  WELL  '      At  HENRY'S NURSFRIES  Passengers can leave'Victoria daily  at li.'l'ii p.m., or "9 p.m., where "close  connections is made to all points  East.  "Famous Flyer" leaves Seattle 8 a'.m  "Fast Mail" leaves Seattle ... 8 p.m  2  NIGHTS TO ST. PAUL.  -   3 nights to Chicago.  1   NIGHTS TO   NEW  YORK.  SHORTEST ROUTE TO  ALL KOO  TENAY  POINTS.  ACROSS    THE  ��������� MOUNTAINS    IN  DAYLIGHT,  on or address- - ���������      .   ���������  S. G. YERKES,     E. R, STEPHEN  G.W.P.A., 7B Government st  Seattle, Wash, Victoria. B.C.  1st   Avenue  Geo. Roberts  NEW CROP-  Home Grown 8c  Imported,1  GARDEN,    FIELD     and FLOWER  SEEDS.  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS,   ROSES,  GREENHOUSE  AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.     Catalogue free.  3010   Westminster   Road,   Vancouver.  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read   via  tbe  I  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains Irom the Pacific  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information  ask your  local agent ��������� or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   j! gent,  720 2nd Ave., Seattle^  F flcB Young  BARRISTER and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO, LADY ?MITI1  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor.  Government      and   Yates Sti./  Victoria, B.'.C-  Trains  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  V 11  3  3  Canadian Pacific  >' ��������� ������  Railway  ��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������>���������>������������������<**��������� ���������������������������������������������  i  \,  ATLANTIC STEAMTHIPTICKETS  Tickets on Sale To and From all European Points  V  AT LOWEST fcATES  ALL LINES   REPRESENTED.  For Sailiag Dates,t Rates and full  information,  ,1  GEO.'L. COURTNEY.  8C Govt.  Street, Victoria B.C.  Dist. Freight &\-Pass..Agt.   I  J  ,     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd)  ���������>1'&V������)--fe������5-fe-������!i'-fe*i'feaV4-������������''*t#lV!J  1  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  -   SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  L,ADYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  | CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager.  t  t  THOS. KIDDIE.  Smelter Manager.  iv������i*i^������*t>,t������#s,*ir*'te*Mi^'fe^  i  in  ,     ���������W. SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  -   : DELIVERY c  WORK PROMPTLY DO* ���������<:  Leave orders at the Abhotsford.  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARIORS  HIGH STREET.  :���������:���������: Beat in the City :���������:���������]  "���������i-V-f   '-'*������������������'*.  RATKS $2.00 PRR DAY  SAMPItK ROOMS  BAR SUPPIJRD WITH BR3l?J  WI^RS, MQUORS, CIGARS  W  HOTEL  Beaiacoomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and fishing in near vicinity.     ;1  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C ta  *���������*������^e^������^e)Ke^e^e^e^e^e^������)KeH(e)Ke;������eH(������H(e^e^������^e)l(^  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK. A SPECIALTY.  . ,  DAVID JOHNSON  *  *  *  *  *  ���������  8PHONE 66  m  LADYSMITH J)  WM. MUNSIE, President  S. W.  Telephone"46.  C.OBTJRN, Man.  Direatec  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co  Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND' LADY SMITH���������Shingles a  Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers    of������������������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  batoned aaid  Klla  Dried  Flooring     and  Finishing    Lumber la   Stock*  }  One 'ol which is the faroou������ "North  Coast Limited,"  Up-to-date Pullman and ' Tourist  sleepers on all trains. Through tickr  ets issued to all points East and  South, also Pullman tickets issued  and berths reserved.  Excursion rates now in effect  to Portland Fair. Round trip  rate #11.'' Only directline to  Yellowstone Park,  Steamship tickets on sale to all  Europeun points. Very low rates  now in ..effect. Cahin accommodation  reserved hy wire.  For further particulars call or  write the office,  A. D" CARLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A.,  N.P.,        General Agiat  Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.C  THE CANADIAN BANK|  OF COMMERCE  Paid-upf Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000|  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  IB. E. WALKER, Ganeral Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  I8SUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :  $5 and!��������� under.. .................    3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10.���������/;...    6 cents  - ������������    $io        ".������������������''.���������     " $30......  10 cents  '-"���������;���������' M    $30       " " $50...:.; 15 cents *:  these Orders'are Pavable at Par at any office in C  liada pf^a Chartered^  (Yukon excepted), aiid at the principal banking- points   Ji the United States* |  NEOOTIABLK AT A  FIXEH  RATI'. A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERG'< rLONDON, ENG.  They form an excellenriiiethod of reniittin   small suiuk of money!  with safety and at small   ;ost.  LADVFVJTH BRANCH -> W.  A.  CORNWALL.  Maaage  BOOTS AND SHOES  AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and- m&king to order   a  speciality.  THOflAS MCE WAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  Best  accommodation for  transient  tad permanent boarders and lodgers.  ORAND     hotel  This new Hotel has been comfort-  Phone Wain '156. aMy furnished and the bar Is up-to-  d������te.    Rates  $1.M a day    and    up-  w vrds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  Ec|lana������t i������������: :������: :>������: x������: Ladysmith  ������t  LADYSMITH  BAKBRY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE,  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLi  BAKED  AND FRESH..  Coalectionary of. all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to h% ol  livered at any time.  Employment Agencj  HAY, GRAIN AND  FARMpR0bW  Orders will be delivered anywhe3  in the city promptly and at'thelo|  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, on  Esplanade.  JAS* XARNOeSV    ,  4>-aW������^ DAILY'LEDGER
Flam, Specification! and Details furnishek for all kindi
of work in tbe CARPENTER
C. B. ROBELEE, Carpenter
and Joiner,' 2nd ��ve, Ladysmith, B. C.
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'. Persons found using our Patent
Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,
will be prosecuted.
Pioneer Soda Water Works.
Ladysmith. B.C.
Philadelphia, July 20,���The Manle-
bone Cricket Club, of London, today
began a two days'' malch with the
Colts, composed \of 18 young players
of Philadelphia, on the grounds of
the Philadelphia   Cricket  Club       at
talchei, and he is  usually kepL busy, i
Wi.  Sf W.  Pavonar'ous occupies this
ollicial     position at   the Philadelphia
i koo,  and-> he has reduced the capture
of wandering  rodents to a science.
Flur each rat turned in.  the .society
pays ten   " cents.   The  total  expendi-
tuie lor rats last  year was  3.2:51 (it).
Tins  is  the largest amount that has'
ever  been     paid   for ials during
one year.
Dining the .six years preceding the
average was about 2,000 a yeai, and
before that pericjrt the annual catch
was considerably smaller. It may as
well be explained here that Mi.   Pav-
' -H^^^^^-H-i^'^K-*-:-^^ v-M~r * i>*K**-M~H~K~H~H^'H--''k'
Its  Great   Resources
Leads Them    All
No part ot, British Columbia today offers so many "advantagss to tbe
investor as does VANCOUVER ISL AND."       ' ? .   , *   .-  ; -      :;
Its vast and varied natural weal th lias never been as yet thoroughly
appreciated by reason of thc fact th at. it lias never beetf promiently-'rlaid
before the public.
&Co., Ltd
Pacific Coast   Agency.
VICTORIA. :-; :-: ;_: .-: :_B.C.
.   Rat catching is a leading industry
at the   Philadelphia Zoological Hardens.     Last     year'2,3'lC of these lit.
tie animals   were captured there.
Every Zoo has its professional  rat
Its Vast Agricultural Resources
Its land, when properly cleared,   will grow almost any product'of'the
soil known to man, ' '     ' ��� H I , ' ��� ��� , ..'
,.- , .      '.     :-.-'.,  --   \ -n��*, * i" i i
The Canadian Pacific Company will  adopt  a liberal   land  policy,   and
the     1,500,000 acres controlled     by   , them will.be disposed ol on reason-
""'���-?-    , -   ��� -' ��� ��� r. i., ^
ble terms to actual settlers.
Government lands can be secured    and     money can be made by those
who desire a new home in a country    possessing the
Coal���Coal lands may be purchased
at $10 per acre (or soft coal and $20
for anthracite. Not more than 320
acres'can, be, acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate
often cents per ton-of'2,000 pounds
shall be collected on the gross output.
Quartz���Persons of eighteen years
and over and joint stock companies
holding free miners' certificates may
obtain eatry for a mining location.
A free miner's certificate is granted
[ for one or more years, not exceeding
five years, upon payment in advance
$7.50 per annum for an individual,
and from $50 to $100 per annum for
a company,according  to capital.
A free     miner, having discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the
fame with' two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end   on
the line of the lode or vein.
The claim shull be recorded within
fifteen    days if located within    ten
miles of a mining recorder's office, ona
additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or  fraction.   Tbe
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At, least $100 mast be expended
on thc claim each year or paid to
the mining recorder in lieu thereof.
When $500 has been expended or paid
the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with
othrt requirements, purchase the land
at $1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister  of     the Interior to   lor ate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon territory, of an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2& per cent, of thc sales
of the pioducts of the location.
Placer Mining-^-Manitoba and the
N.W.T., excepting the Yukon Territory���Placer mining claims generally
are 100 ft. square, entry fec$5, renewable yearly. On the North Saskat
f.hewan River claims are either bar
or bench, the former being 100 feet
long and extending between high and
low water mark. The latter includes
bar diggings, but extends back to thc
base of the bill or bank, but not exceeding 1,000 feet. Where steam pow-
LINE    FROM    VICTORIA  TO  er is used, claims 200 feet wide may
Ibe obtained.    '. 't'
VAMfnnvn-D   �����i      ii        *���        l ���   '������ '""'��� . '"'������. ���'     '      ,.     , .' I   Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba
VANCOUVER, and will continue to   grow in importance as the,,Island is .^ ^ N.Vl.T.,-excepting the Yukon
Territory���A free miner   may   obtain
In the World
THE DAILY LEDGER, Ladysmi th, will supply any information ob-
tanable to those who contemplate .a visit with a view of investment if
conditions are found as advised.
Is the centre of the great coal m ining    district;     a beautiful Harbor,
where hundreds of great colliers come  iii  each year.
Subscribe for and. read THE  DAILY LEDGER, LADYSMITH, B. C.
The New WesternHotel
Good rooms,     good beds, and good board. .     ���
Our Rar is newly fittedup and well supplied and is in charge oL
only two leases of five miles each for
a term of "twenty years, renewable in
the discretion of the Minister of the
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bed or bars of the river
below low water marK, and subject
to the rights of all persons who have
or. who may receive, entries for bar
diggings or bench claims, except on
the Saskatchewan River, where the
lessee may drcgde to high water mark
each alternate leasehold.
The lessee  shall have  a dredge  in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five -miles,
but where a person  or company   has
obtained more than one lease       one
I dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction is sufficient.   Rental,  $10 ..  per
nnum for each mile ot river leased.
Royalty at, the rate of 2�� per cent,
collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000. .   .
, Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner ��� for a term of
twenty years,' also - renewable. ^ .
Thc b>ssec-s right* is coafined'to the
submerged bed - or bars ���' in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on thc
lstday of August in the year; of the
the date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge ia
operation within two years "from thc
date of ihe lease, and one dredge for
each five miles within six years from
such date. Rental, $100 per mile for
first year     and     $10 per   - mile for
each subsequent year. Royalty, same
as placer mining.
Placer Mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek,     gulch,    river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet     in
ength, measured on the base line or
general direction of the creek or gulch
the width  being from 1,000 to; 2,000
feet. All other placer claims shall be
250  feet square.
Claims aie marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, hearing notices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining Recorder's office. One extra day allowed for each
additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a
claim must bald a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in
length, and if the party consists o!
two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out
put of which no royalty .shall be
chargen, the rest of the party ordinary  claims  only.
Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at yie rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
alue cf the gold shipped from     the
fukon Territory to be paid to     the
No free miner shall receive a grani
f more than one mining claim on
eaeh separate river, creek ,or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims ji.
partnership by tiling notice and paying a fee of $2.00. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same creek, gulch or river by giv-
ng notice and paying a fee.
Work  must be done on a claim each
year to the Value of at least $200.
A certificate that work has       been
done must be obtained each year;     if
not, thc claim *lall be deemed to   be
abandoned,  and    open  to occupation
and entry  by a free miner.
The  boundaries of a claim may   be
defined absolutely  by having a survey
made  and publishing notices  in    the
Yukon official Gazette.
Petroleum���All   unappropriated   Dominion lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within the Yukon Territory, are open to prospecting for petroleum,  and the Minister
may reserve for an individual or company  having machinery on  the  land
to be prospected, an 'area' of 1020 acres for. such period as he may decide,
the length  of width shall not exceei
thr.se times the breadth.''    ������
Should the prospector discover oil
n paying quantities, and satisfactor-
ly establish such discovery, an area
not exceeding 640 acres, including the
oil well will be sold to the prospector at the rate of $1.00 per acre cr.���'
the remainder of the tract reserve
namely, 1,280 acres will" be soLI
at the ," rate of three dollars an
acre, .subject to royalty at such rate
as may be specified by order-in-coun-
Wissahickon Ile^hts.
The Colonist says: The members of' onalius docs not engage against rats
ti��e  Victoria- United  Football  Club   siniPly to. rid. the placed them, as a
have     decided      to run an excursion  housekeeper     docs.    They furnish., the
to Port Angeles  in older   lo assist 'Principal     food  for  tbe s-o0,   snakes,
in  raising  funds   for  their  expenses ,V��awks,    vultures, eagles, and certain
to Portland.    Abng with  the e.w.ur-' fr0Ss-     F��''" this reason the rats are
arrange a game of baseball  .  iweon |P'"chased  by     the society.   Certain
sion it is     lhe intention to try and j bj'rc,s and reptiles prefer them to any
a Victoria nine-.and the I'orl Angeles  other meat, and are made happy and
team.    In     trying to make these or- j contented by a rat diet,
rangemenfs^   Jhe     footballers expect I    The zop rat    catcher must be busy.
that a large  crowd  will   take in  the throughout iheyeai, but his greatest
excursion   and  thus   not  only  i-jiari-!harvest is dining the fall and  winter
butc  to the football' fund,  but v -,ul<l  "vinths,     when the liltle animals ic.
receive  value for their money.     "'     |turn from wanderings in field'and for
est and seek shelter in buildings.
Probably they are attracted to the
zoo by the quantities of grain, meat
and other food staple? kept there for
the inhabitants of cages and den*..
'The influx'of rats in the fall is remarkable," says Air. Pavonaims,
'���'and it is a. wonder wheie they all
come from. The kccpeis leport seeing them crawling beneath the fences
at all ,sides ot (he garden., Occasionally they have been seen passing
through the gates, but ail scamper
away when approached foi then' tickets.".      ,     ,   -   -
"This, propensity ii, seek shelter at
ceitaiu seasons is of benefit, lo the
zoo, as tin the fall and win lei the
snakes and birds depending upon a
rat diet develop a tiemciidous appetite.'and consume a grcalei amount
of flesh,
When a rat takes up his residence
ia the zoological gardens he selects
a place . where he cam. get water and
food. At the duck house he can also enjoy the luxury of eggs In all
the animal' buildings he can find
grain or meats.
He will steal a piece of meat when
a lion' or a hyena is not looking, or
make his 'way to the troughsof lhe
zebra or the camel, where he can enjoy a meal of grain.
These     places  the rat catcher calls
the    "runs," and along them he sets
h s traps.   Every catcher has his favorite     traps ami  baits    Often  they
are his own     devising.   As a general
thing, the     traps arc cages in which
a Mumlbcr     of rats may be caught at
once.".   One of the principal essentials
of    success is t0' know how to bait a
trap.     Mr.     JPa\om.rius has made a
study of this     (branch of the sub-cct,
and has found, after repeated cxpen,
ments, a bait that works like a charm
Few rats can be fo^nd that icsist its
tempting     persuasiveness.        By   the
use of this bait he says he has caught
as many     as twenty-live rats in one
IrUp. and vthat in two traps he placed
side by    side he has captured as many as     forty-three.     Naturally bucii
a successful rat catcher, and one who
has reduced the capt me of the predatory little   animals to a science, has
many,   invitations to extend his si all
to the riddance of households and the
relief of    housekeepers       To all such
Macedonian cries  l'avonanus  turns  a
deaf ear.     His bauds  are full or  rat
catching at" the     zoo,  and he cannot.
devote his services to other fields, although he freely gives advice.
He states,     for instance, that rats
always seek water.     Sometimes they
\vill gi'iaw water pipe to obtain dr ,nk
therefore-    Air.   Pavonanus   counsels,
place the traps in the vicinity of wa-
tei.   Remove    all traps  in the morning,     >v.helner empty or not      Keep
from    the traps the scent that esery
animal   lecogni/.es as   coming from a
human     body.     Tims is impaitcd to
traps through handling.     \Uicu, handl
ling the trap use old gloves,  and  al-
wa\s     use the same glomes.   Do not
smoke a tiap.     The strongci  the rat
smell in it the better for pui poses of
tolling    othor rats       A new trap  to
a rat is something like a new pipe to
a smoker���both arc better with age.
A trap    miay be placed in thc same
locat on    indefinitely  without loss  of
its enticing     .qualities.     For the average,     dwelling house  the  trap that
kills is preferable.���-North American.
/Manufacturers of the xbbbk
In [British Colun bia
Lager  Beer  and Porter   Guaranteed   Brewed
i     1    I est 11 r�� c tr\"Mb11 1 'i.i  1 ��[,f
Miners' Drilling Machines,
Made to order and Repaired at shore  notice.   Drill Sharpened  by  us
ways gives satisfaction.  Picks handled and repaired.    /
SHipsmittiirlg    in a]i     its    ^rant^
��� Morseshoers and Genera! Biacksmitns.
David   Murray
Buller Street   -    -    -   -   Ladysmitli, B
That the place to BUY YOUR MEAT  is  where the  slaughtering
done locally?   We are not depending  on    what the Wholesalers' send ui,
and     can     GUARANTEE   EVERY- THING to be FRESH AND CLE.'.
>�����������������������������������������++���������������������+���++������i4���4 ������ ��� ���H
V   *    *    tr   ���
Stables in the rear of the Ladysmitli hotel.
Abbots ford.
Leave* orders at   the     '
��� ������-��
These silver mounted English oak goods are
rich in appsaranc?. substantial in character and
give excel Ian t service.
Oak Salad  Bowls, best Quality, silver
with servers, like cut,
Oak Butter Dishes with loose linings
plated mounts, complete
$7. 5o each
S3 and 3.50 each
Oak    Biscuit Jars, Three Styles S3. JO, 450 and 5.00   each
Oak - Litter Frames, with 3 Bottles SS.50 and 12 each
rl W  i
Worn done properly and at right
onces. Shop and residence in rear
of Ladysmith   Hotel.
J.  E. SMITH.  Prop
Contractor  and Build^
REPAIRING   of   all   kinds  pror
attended to.     Shop on Gataarc
cil. ���-���������..
JAS.  A. SMART.        |
Deputy  Minister of  the Interior.
Department of the Interior, ^
It should be borne hi mind that
every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and prepares the
system for tbe more serious diseases, among which are the two
greatest destroyers of human life,
pneumonia and consumption.
Cough Remedy
has won its great popularity by its
pronmt cures of this most common
ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens the
secretions, effecting a speedy and
permanent cure. It counteracts
aay tendency toward pneumonia.
-    Price 25c, Large Size 5��c.    ���
Victoria, B.  C.
Manufacturers of the Celebrate*
M. H  VV>)1
Solicitor,   Etc
st. Avenue
Ladysmith   remp'e No.  5 Rathbi
Sisters meets in the Oddfellow's
2nd and 4th  Tuesday at  7.30  p
Mrs    Kate Tate   secretary
LADYSMITH "B. C. fflfi  DAILY   tEBGKR  'fi5*������=  ���������fiBBM  LOCAL HEMS  ""T^^i^Y^^itfBflFi  pae#sesar..s j^affiSBa^^sae esfe'  I  WANTED���������One or  more enterp. sin  men interested in mines or lining j  to join the advertiser to introduce a  new process, designed to prevent j e-  mature explosions, and will f^c  much time of the operating mimis.  Address I-I. Horner, 33 9th Av?me,  Mount Pleasant,   Vancouver,   3.    '.  BOY     WASTED���������To  learn  Barber  Trade, Apply \V. Power, Ladysmith.  i\fr. (1 cargo' Kiddie     went down (o  Viclona on Litis morning's train.  ...aaggayttn*!���������j  i\Ir.   Russell      Simpson   went  down  the line on the nine ..o'clock train.  Airs. Dave     lOvans went up to Na-  nainio on   tlic'iiocii trai.  Sir.  Ben Foicimmer  was a passcn.  ger 'lo     Duncans on business on this  'morning's nine o'clock-train.  Mr. T. Booth,  of Nanaimo, was in  Hit' city on business 11ns morning.  DUNCANS  t'oyfnsitb extension  Adjoining the old lownsite of  DUNCANS, V. I.  A small .aiea has been laid of!   in lown lots whichare no w offered  at  LOW  PRICES   AN   D ON   EASY TERMS.  The future of  the Cowichan      District  and  Vancouver  Island  ' Uev.   Father  Verbeke  went  up  Nanaimo  at noon today.  to  Aid.  Uevcridge was among (he passengers to Nanaimo today.  'Mis.  .Jas. Pio\an went up to Nanaimo at noon today.  will  evcecd   expect aliens  profitable   iiiu'.stmc-nl.  and   I his is a good chance r-r a safe anil  SEE PLANS AND PRICES  Agents, J. STEWART J. H WMITTOME  Ladysmith,  V.  I.  MM  Duncans,     V.  I.  ���������Mis.   a.iwl  Miss   Urcn  were passen  govs  to Namiinio on   today's     moon  iMin.  Sec the notice of a di awing for the  Gramophone August 2nd. The White-  Swan Soap advertisement.  If you aie in "want" go to Simon  Lciser  &,  Co ,   l.id.,  anil   your want  will   be supplied   at  Uie  lo������'3st cash  piice.  At a meeting of the Ladies' Auvil-  iaiy Committee .held yesterday it'  was unanimously decided that the  fiesh ground coiiee sold at Simcn  Leiscr ct Co 's, Ltd., was the best  flavored article obtainal le iii the  City.  AT TIIE-AKIJOTSFORDI  C Fan mi,  Nanaimo.  J. W.  A. Taylor,  Toionto.  M. Richards,   Fernie.  C. E.   Lang,   Victoria.  LENZ & LEISER  WHOLESALE DRY       GOODS,  MANUFACTURERS OF  SAILOR  BLOUSES  We have a splendid range oi  these  ��������� goods, all colors, al,  sizes,     they run from  35c to $1.00 ea  Boys Russian) Blouses, in Na,  vy Blue at   ���������  35c and  50c each  DRYSDALE- STEVENSON |  Co.   Ladysmith  GENTS'  FURNISHINGS,  ETC.  SHIRTS, OVERALLS, ETC.  Udysmitti M Duildin;  Launch and Pleasure Boats of all  descriptions for Hire. Boats built  to order and Repaired. Spoon oars a  Speciality.  HARRUP AND HAYEDN.  BOAT     BUILDERS.  CUBAN mpM  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUBAN  BLOSSOfl  None but Union Lab   Enployed  fl. J. BOOTH, Prop.  HOTEL LELAND.  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modalled. Rates (2 per  day. Corner' Qranville and Hastings  streets   Telephone, 1���������4.  NOTICE  ���������r '  Public notice is hereby given that  no person or persons shall cut or rcr"  move any timber on Section 1, R. 8,  Cranberry District, or,i any, of my  land adjoining in Bright district,, or  trespassing, or they will be prosecute 1 according to law.    ' "     '���������''.'  JAMES 'TPATERSON.  Dated July 11,  1905.     ���������.<  VICTORIA, B. .C  up      to  A  luimhei   of  people wen!  Nanaimo   at   noon   today   lo   attend  the  funeral  ol   the late  Airs.  Doole,  j''        1  who diod at hei residence on  the op-   utl je���������(> 0f ti,c local mine  posile side of  the bay  Monday even  ing.  The bar of thc New Western Hotel  is rapidly neaimg completion and ,un-  dci Lhe workmanship ot J. E. Smith  is assuming a spic and span coat of  paint.  It, ' is understood that Alderman  John , Hooker intends soon leaving  J adysuiith. His property is up for  sale, and  it he will say 'good,-bye to Vancouver  Island, in all ��������� probability bound'for  the States.  NANAIMO  (From  the Ik raid  )  Mr.     Manson,  the succcsstul caudi.  dale for the IV C. legislature, in the  Allirni campaign, returned to Nanaimo  Monday     evening,   bringing with  lum M'vcial photographs of the crowd  outside lhejioMing booth at Alberni  taken     immediately  after-the  ic-.iiIt  was announced.     Mr. Manson and Mr  Aitl-en,     the defeated candidate, are  ^landing side hy side, each supported  by 1 rominent workers of their  paity,  while     well-known  Alberni   residents  are  grouped  arelund them.   The photos, which arc     very    clear and distinct,     were ta-Um by Mr. Brant, ol  Alberni.  Thos.      Russell,    formerly  superin'-  undi'i the  Mew Vancouver Coal Company, anil  Western Fuel Company, came up from  ilic capital -Sunday and spent a day  or two with iriends here. Re leaves  this inoming for Vancouver, and thc  Mainlan'd. Mr. Russell has under  consideration a visit to South Africa.  C. N. Westwdod, formerly rf Nanaimo. now of Victoria, is spending  a few days in Nanaimo.  The  R.I.C cannery  wfis about-filled  up and orders had been, sent .to^'Vief-  tori a, for fi,000 more cans. .The tcani-'  iiery  has  boon obliged to limit     its  fishermen lo one hundred fish to tho J  i.oat,  liecaiisc of the oyer-abundanre  of Isii.   Good. Hope',cannery w*sex-  l-ecled to have 15,000 cases-.fcy today  Wadham's was almcftt filled up when  the Tees sailed.   On the Stoma the  run-has  bren  medium,   nothing  like  s'S rood     as on     the Inlet... At the  Nans a fair' run has  been laid, and  al   Nainii,  Diainy's cannery did very  well.    At   Alert  Bay  it  is expected  the cannery wll make a record pack.  The     steamei     Mount Royal- rame  down  the  Skeena before the    Te|ps  lefl  Port Essington, bringing a num-  bei   of passengers  from  tlie interim-. J  Mr. Cowan, telegraph operator'at a_  point     50     miles beyond Hasvlton,  came down  with his wife - and  lam-  ilv. ' "'   ''  1    Returns     fiom Quatsino and   Cap<*  as soon as   he disposes </f   ftcoit were expected  to reach  Nanu.      "       '    "    "     '     'mo last     evening,     At the Quatsino  telegraph office wiies that the west,  coast hid been under a dense fog all  dav and that it was impossible for  flic. Queen Citv to make port. The  returns will probably be received  from Victoria tonight.  Messrs. II. Howlilt, assistant- post-  111 aster of the local ollice, and. Geo.  Gillespie, arc away on a vacation.  Both gentlemen lelt Sunday fijr Van  couvcr, and aflqr spending ������. few days  af that place it is understood they  will conclude their holiday at 1-larri-  '    son  Hot Spiings.  "v News was iccci\ed this morning  that the body of little E\e'.yn Gil  ihoiir, wlio as recorded in these columns, was di owned at Nanaimo on  'Friday'last,. was recovered this .morning; after continual search. The  ���������body was found within a tcw feet of  the. place i,n which ithc litt.e mite  ��������� sank.  Rev. Geo: Biyce.D. D. L,* L. 1).,  Professor of Manitoba College, will  deliver an illustrated lecture in the  Prcsl.iyterian Church on Thursday  evening, July 271b, at S o'clock.  . .Sub.cet of lecture, "Early days in  ���������the Wisit.'V Admission free. Collection at the close.  Mr.   Tlil'hcrt,   of   Nanaimo,   who   is  writing life insurance   or a New York  life   insurance  company,   is   in   town  for a few days.   Mr.  Taylor,  a gener-'j  al-'agent-for      (he .c-ompaby, is also  visiting the city. __.    n  ���������o���������  ���������Apricots,. Pears,   Oranges,     Fresh  Tomato.'s,   Plums,   Peaches,   Raspberries,   l.iiai"'k'l;eri'ii-s   nnd   water  in������.-loiis  a I. Simon   I,riser >V'  Co.,  Ltd.  S. S. Stanley Dollar is.expected in  port tomorrow.  Otter and scow were in port  morningJo&ded with cement.  this  Tug      Albion brought the schooner  Alexander in for coal this morning.  ���������     ���������     ���������  STEAMER TEES REPORTS  BIG SALMON RUN.  Steamer     Tees,     Capt.  Locke, returned  to  port  yesterday  from   Naas  and     way   ports,   says   the   Colonist.  Thc   steamei.   bad   thirty   passengers  south,  including, a Party  of  fire'men  now  in Victoria,   who   went  into  tbe  Bull ley valley district overland, Ink  ing   M  horses  in a pack  train  had   atrip   through  an   excellent (lis  trict,   though   at   limes   the  journey  was   difficult.    Eight   of   (he  passengers  landed hers.  ��������� News     was   brought   by   the  of immense reus  of soekcyes ii  Irs'     Inlet,   all   the  canneries  neai ly   full   when   the   steamer  JAh Wing ft Co,  Merchant Tailors  Ladles'- and dent** Clothes Mad* to  ��������� Order.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTY !"������  LADYSMITH," B.   C  WANTS  There are many "Wants" required  by all housekeepers, but the most  desirable want is a good article at  the lowest price.   We can  supply  this ''want' and will guarantee qual.  - ���������     -.������������������'.', '  ity, otherwise the goods can be returned   ;  HOUSEHOLD WANTS  BLUE RIBBON TEA  SOOGALLA'TEA  CHOW CHOW PICKLES  MIXED PICKLES,    ,  "ASSORTED JAMS  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  FLOUR  LAKE, OF WOODS  FLOUR  SNOWFLAKE FLOUR  CALIFORNIA   CHEESE  EVAPORATED FRUITS.  Try one pound of our FRESH GROUND  COFFEE   AT      40c.  pIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  S   OATACBBST. -1   tAD YSMITH  W.G.Fraser  A   I-LOCK  OP GIRLS    "'  FROM KUPER ISLAND  * Tweiity-ieinht Indian." girls 'fronT Ku- t  per Island Catholic school, in tjjiargci  of three sisters and the jnatron, "were  in  Ladysmith  today, having      been  brought oiv'er in a steam launch for  an outing.   The children were neatly  dressed and     were a bright looking  lot.   The  Sisters  are entit'ed       to  much credit for the tidy appearance  of  their  pupils.  TRUE FRUIT  PINEAPPLE  ORANGE  LEMON     .  RASPBERRY  Makes Nice  DESSERT  2 pgS  25C  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  Merchant Tailor.  (1st Avenue)  Spring Stock on hand. Call early and  get ybur choice.  FISHING TACKLE  Trowling Spoons, in Abundance. Latest designs aird gocfl killers.  A Complete Stock ol Flys in, ALL VARIETIES.  S ' 'Balance of our highclass Fishing Rods at  as PER CENT DISCOUNT  -    GUNS  <y  RLAIR AND ADAM.  'PHONE   2-1 PHONE  24.  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING  REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre for soft, coal and  $20 for anthracite. Not more than  320 acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty -at the  rate of ten eents per. ton, .of 2,000  pounds shall be 'collected on the.  gross output.  Quartz���������A free miner's certificate is  granted upon payment in advance of  $7.50   per-'annum   for  an-individual,!  and from $50 to $100 per annunvfor  a company, according to capital. |  A.   free m-.ner!  having discovered UHijlh St. ���������  Novelties ' in   tray   covers,   doylies  and "sideboard covers just received at  Simor Leiscr & Co.'s, Ltd.   Also the  latcs styles in ladies'  fancy collars.  Dr, R. ������. Pier  Surgeon Dentist  AH work guaranteed, and at reason-  ",- able rates.  7 ees'  ���������t-iv-  ' lllS  I. ft.  ms^r; ���������^SE%&528&m������������  \ BARGAIN TABLES FOR  SHIRTS and TIES  IMMENSE SNAPS  Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  WILLIAMS   BLOCK.      - TELEPHONE  6-7  mineral in place, may locate a claim  l,5t0 ,v   l,f>00  feet.    The-,-fee  for  re-r!  cording a claim  is. $5.00 ���������.  At least $100 must be expended on  _ thc claim cadi year or paid to the  _.av" 1 mining recorder in lieu thereof. When-  $50(1 has been expendod or paid, the  locator may, upon having a survey  made, and upon complying with other requirements, purchase the land at  $1  an acre.  Thc patent provides for the pay-,  menf r>f a royalty of 2������ per cent on  the sal'iB.  ���������.,  PLACER mining claims generally  are UK) feet, square; "entry .fee $5, renewable yearly.  A free miner may obtain two leases  to  dredge  for  gold   of  five miles  ea.cn for a term of twenty years, renewable at the descretion of the Minister of thc Interior.  Thc lessee sha.ll have a dredge in  operation .within'one season from the  date of the lease for .each five miles:  Rental, $10 per annum for each'mile  di river teased. Royalty at. .the rate  of 2 h per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy  of the Minister  of the  Interior.  ������3K  ���������if  Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  SEALED     TENDERS, superscribed  "Tender for school house,"., will be  received by the undersigned' up" to  noon of Tuesday, the 1st August,  lilOi), for the erection and completion of a large one-room frame .school  house on Lot 12, Oyster District,  . Vancouver'Island. "'  j Plans, specifieahjoiis, contract and  foi ms of tender may be seen "on and  after the 24th ������July,'1905,. at the  ollice of Stephen Kenyan, Esquire,  Secretary of the School Board, Lady  smith, and at the Lands and' Works  Department,  Victoria, B.  C.   '    .   '  '  Each proposal must be accompanied by cash or an accepted bank  caeque or certificate of deposit on a  charteied bank of Canada, made Payable lo the undersigned, in the sum  of $50, which shall "be forfeited if  the party tendering decline' to ��������� enter  into contract when called'upon to do  so. The cash, cheques or certificate  of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers  v ill be returned to ihcm upon the ex-  ecuiioii of the contract. The successful! (ti.dcicr-i '.viil be requtiedto furnish a ! ond himself and two sureties  in 1he sum of $M������G each for due ful-  fiiiiienii 0' t\o work contracted for to  the satisfaction of the Honourable  the Chief Commissioner^ Upon the  execution of the bend the cash, cheque or certificate of deposit above  mentioned will be returned to ��������� the  contractor.     -;   -      ;   .  Tenders will hot be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,  and signed with the actual signature  of the tendere (.  The lowest or any otender not necessarily accepted.  W.  S. GORE,  Deputy Commissioner of Lands an.dj  Works, '���������.'-.-���������   ���������������������������������������������.  ��������� ���������   ;������������������-������������������ ''������������������������������������[  Lands and  Works Department/    ;'v':  Victoria,  R.  C,  20th .July, .15105  NEW������RO\V.NIN<i AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN   AT .  LADYSMITH HARDWARE' CO., Ltd  The next Drawing for the  WHITE SWAN  GRAMOPHONE  WILL TAKE PLACE ON  5  M  ie   Dunn  ny  MERCHANT TAILORS  NEW    SPRING   AND  SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVED  CharSTL.; of the above firm, v isits LadysmiUi ever,^f '������������  purpos. mistaking measurements and  ^���������^\������^Lt   th.  be seen at the Hotels.    We guarantee all stock^ an d aj������ic a1J  lowest possible rates.. SuiM from     $15.00 up.   ^**0I"/ ^     l Mr  Hand-made.     Full line of,the Latest supplies ALUAVS carneu^ i>y ^  Dunn. '���������''' '  ONE HUNDRED   ACRES. OF   LAND   IN THE.CEDAR  DISTRICT  - -HAS BEEN PLACED WITH ME  c       FOR SALE  "   FOR A LIMITED TIME AT  $265  Li have two sriEEP farms on one of the gulf rsi,AM-������s  $450 buys, the two  JOHN STEWART P. O. Box 268  CONVEYANCING NOTARY   PUBLIC  B.FORCIMnER  Ti Matchmaker, jEWELERr opticia^  All work done on these premises  is guaranteed to give SATISFACTION. Prices moderate.  First Avenue,   X   X   X     Ladysmith,   B. C  AT 4 p.m., at JOHN BICK  LE'S  STORE.  Every 25-Cent purchase of Wh ite    Swan     Soap  entitles you to a  ticket in the'drawing for this, high grade gramophone  Pattern and Latest  es  We are making them of the Newest  ,  - .-Styles.  WE DO ALL KINDS OP FOUNDRY WORK  Our Prices are Reaaona ble  SEE OUR . NEW STOVES IN BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  L\oYs.nirfi'tRD.Ni * jra/* \v>2i<5 C3��������� ltd


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