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Array EDQER  ������  VOL������,2  WEDNESDAY, July 25, 190C,  *������   if  PRICE FIVE GENTS  *.' J-     -.WTTf  DIES AFTER  SEEING SURGEON  OPERATE  -������*-*-  MlnYfRW  SENT ELOWEBS  FOR IUNERAL  -*+���������������-  The Nanaimo Herald of this morning, publishes the .following list- of  names of those wJio "sent flowero   to  r-  tho fiaieral of    the late* Alary    Jane"'  Da If on>: -  F.    Gouge,  Taeoma, July 25.��������� Judge! William  II. Harris,.an old citizen of Taeoma  and a foremost member of the Taeoma bar, died' this morning. With  liis  wife he    was     last c\ cuing   the  guest at dinner of Dr. S.t Saigen-" j Wrou.ths-Mr. nntl Ml.s  | tich, superintendent of the Emergen- I  cy hospital./ While the party was at |M,."S- J' B*������*������y (Vancouver), Alias.  dinner the doctor received a call aL Jenkins, ALr. and AlrS:' J.' Culli-  to go to the operating room to at- 'gan, Air. and Mrs. JL Crew, Air.  tend a    case     of -an  infected hand. ������amJ Ml.s,   .j    ^   Cmn;   (Alexandra),  Judge Harris .evinced a. keen interest I t    ,,    ,.,".     *    "  .^   .���������        "    ,        - . -       .'  ...     IA.   i.   Kobmsou,    Aliss.   Theliiia    An-  in the work    and     accompanied tho'i ������        . .    -  doctor ��������� to. the room and hold the  pa-   dei"-sol,������   ,Ai''- J.Jlntiiiaitt, ami   uumly,  tieot's    hand     while Dr.   Sangentich ' \Ludy.sinuh)   Air,  ana" Air*.    J."    a.  lanced and bound it  up.     * *   ~   Jvnarstou,'    Air. and   Airs.' McAloney.  The operation over,    Judge Harris ,    Anchor���������Mr.   ancf Alia.    Geo     Mor-  walkcd unsteadily from -the rooin, _io   fan. , *���������"  be seized a  few minutes later with a r    Sprays���������Air.   and    Airs.' IL      Pear  ��������� severe fit of "vomiting.   , Soon   after  be complained, of seveie. pains in   bis  WAR TO  KNIFE AND KNIFE  T8 THE HILT  -*���������*-  breast, which .became so violent "that  he'was compelled to take'to-his/bt*l.  He grew steadily worse u������til 6 am.  today, when he breathed his last.  A post mortem investigation this  morning revealed that the oesophagus  was ruptured and that the pain was  probably due to tlie escape of" food  through the 'rupture into - the- cavity  of the chest. The case is a peculiar  one and its replica has not occuued  in .medical practice here.  son. Air. and Alts. .J. V\alness,, ,iliss  .���������Miiilii (Ladysmilh) Ales. IL. Iv. Coc-  oran. Air. ami Airs. Cockiny, ��������� Air.'  and Alia., J. \\. Lewis, Air. and Mrs-  Du ile^ ALss. ALablo Snider, Miss.  Kale Dunbar, Air.  and Alis.  G.   Dun.  St. PetM-sburg. ,July 24.���������War to  the knife and knife to the hilt with  revolution was proclaimed today by  Premier Stolypin in a telegram addressed lb tho divisional generals,  Governors ��������� and Prefects throughout  Russia who are ordered to strike  and spare not in efforts to preserve  order and crush   the enemies of soc-  i  iety. Included in this category as  shown by the events of the day are  not only revolutionists and Socialists'.  SOCIALISTS  JUL PROFIT  BY WAR  Berlin, July 24.���������The oilicial report of the government concerning  the result of the war against the- na-  tivo rebels in Herman Southeast Africa contains appal ing details of the  campaign of extermination that has  been carried on by the liuriiian commander ?here in revenge for the various reverses that the German force  encountered in tho earlier days of  the campaign against the blacks. In  the initial campaign the rebels numbered. -60,000 men and outnumbered  greatly   the  Germans   sent     against  SEVERELY INJURED  IN THE MINES  .-/-  -������*���������������-  Wm.' Johnson  Was  Struck by  Motor Yesterday When Com-  i  ing Out of the Mine  ���������  ���������-������ ������������������������������������,������������������������������������������     .   i.���������  Little Willie Johnson yesterday re-  hand  down  to idraw  it away,    when  ceived severe injuries  in  tlie mine at  but also the educated Liberal and them. '^As soon, as the.German foi  landed classes represented ia the oeB were ttble ** assume tho often-  Constitutional      Democratic'     party',  tjle   ces were   able    to assume the  sive,_ a' campaign   of    "no   quarter"  whose clubs everywhere have been  closed and all the, progressive newspapers which are not permitted to  lift their voices anywhere throughout the entire land. The manifesto  bears a remarkable similarity to the  earlier   comnosition   of   Minister     of  bar, Air. and ALrs. Thos. Taj lor,  Aliss. Xellie Brndlev, (Cumberland) Ule lienor Von Plehve, and the ro  Mr. AIL Ingham, Airs. Geo John- actionary . press has had sliglit difficulty in putting it down as they al-  LIBERAL LEADER  TN  FERNIE.  ) l������       :  The Nelson News,     just to    hand,  |contains the following account of J.  A'. Maodonald's visit to Femie: -  J.   A.  Macdonald,   K. C,    M.P.P.,  | arrived in Ferine last evening   fiom  Rossland  and .was'met at  the'  sta-  ston, (Renton, Wash.,) Air. and Mrs,  and Airs. A. Vater, Clifford Brown,  Liadysmith.) Miss. Sadie Elliott, Mr.  G-. Al. Elliott, Airs. J. .lones, (Ren  ton. Wash.,,) Aliss. Sue Morgan,  (Alexandra), Air. and Airs, H. Mc  Mil tan. Air. and Mrs.' T. C. - Morgan, (.Ladysmith) Air. F. - English,  Air.   J.'R.' Hardy.  Crosses���������Mr. Chas. Pringle, Air. A.  SniiLli, Ludy&nuUij Air.-and Alrs>. Al.  Wiliunson;   Alis. p. C'uiu,- (.Alexandra,  [tion by  a large - delegation  or~'���������'thV-Mlss"-i^^uUi^1" ^u^>'*ul,th'> AUss  faithful,  who accorded him  a hearty, J������   Campbell,  (Ladysmith)  Mr.    Sam  welcome. (Ah 8>30' he addressed an  enthustiastic meeting of "Liberals in  Stork's Opera House and his reception and vviapt attend m with which  the audience listened to his well  chosen remarks must indeed have  been very flattering to the,.leader of  the party in  this province.  Rclbert Coulthard, president of tae  Fernie Liberal association occupied  the chair. "  Before the arrival of the speakei  of the evening tlie noutine bufnness 0f  the gssocia'tion was despatched, am:  ongst Una most important matters  dealt with being ihe appointment ol  a committee consisting of C. Var-  ty, E. K. Ambery and F. J. Wat-  sun to draft a letter to the militia  department urging the claims of the  Kootenay Rifles to a grant for the  erection of a drill hall and to take  whatever steps might, be considered  necessary to accomplish this object.  The entrance of the provincial liberal chieftain was lhe signal for  round upon round of applause, which  was repeated when he arose to address the meeting. He prefaced bis.  remarks by stating he would confine  himself to tlie live issues of tlie Hay  and faithfully did he,adhere to it  throughout the evening. In a clear,  foicible and com iii|e-ing mannct lie  explained the history of the ;���������-lvaieii.  island deal and handled the subject  without gloves, shewing' up tho  whole transaction in its true light,  ���������and incidentally paying his respects  to the government, socialist lla'w-  t'li&rnthwaite, and Messrs.     Hod well  Sawyer( \ lcLoria,)- Mr. 'Jii\ an Thomas, Mr. and Airs. 0. Aiuu- (Alexandra) Misses Maud arid May AlcAlill-  an (Ladysmilh^ Air. and Mrs. I3.  M^aloiie, (LadysiiuL'h) Mr. and All's.  Abe Dick.  Pillow  and  Cross���������A  Friend,  Crescent ��������� Air. and Airs. 'W. A.  Smith, (Ladysnuth), Mr. ,W. Barnes  Air.  A.  Turner.  Heart���������Air. and Airs. D. Waite,  "Lady&uiitli.  Anchor���������Airs.  G.  Morgan.  Crescent.���������Miss.   Lain a   Elliot.  Globe���������Miss. Alary Smith, Ladysmith), Employees of Soi'uli Welling  ion Sawmill, Mr.' and Airs. George  Hardy, South Wellington Loggers,  Arr. and Arcs. Raines (Vancouver) Mr  Faul Freer, Airs. Thos Drew, Mr.  J. Raines, (Vancouver, Aliss. Taisle  Al organ, (Lndysinit It, Arr G Jacob-  son,   (LadjMiurh,   Air.   nnd   Mrs.      S���������  ready hnd done with yesterday's imperial manifesto, into an appeal to  the "League 'of .Russian men" and  the old school of Russians to riso  and 'smite all tbo^ progressive classes-  Before the declaration of a dissolution of-the Lower House of parliament, the war office had perfected  its plans I'or handling expected- disorders, both military and civil." Geri  era! (3acomemsky, who suppressed  t'he''Sevastopol revolt, and ~ figured  in the-reduction of the Siberian re,  bellion last winter' was recalled from-  the command of a corps and placed  at ihe disposition of the war office  Lo he used wherever trouble first  manifested. Doth the government  and the Revolutionists expect this  outbreak in. the South and that it  will roll Northeastward to the capitals.   o   PREDICTS  STAMPEDE  was inaugurated and carried through. Death was the portion oi" all  rebels, 'and tlit German forces were  so, persistent that their enemies were  soon driven into the desert, where  they .perished by tbe hundreds of  starvation 'and   thirst.  An immense area of the arid lands  is now -strewn with Uiousaiuis of  pses. i It is estimated that '10,000  natives' perished in the desert, of  whom, 'many were aged men, women  and children. Tbe campaign is declared ;.'>te have been without ,a parallel . in'< point  of  ferocity  in     recent  yearsTand is likely   to prove a strong!  *    -  *   f  weapon {.for    Socialists  at the     next  meeting',of the Reichstag  ESTHER SENT  DOLLAR BACK  Extension, and today, while he is do  ing as well as could'lie expected under the ciLcumstances, is suffering  severely.' He shows wonderful bravery for one so small, suffering as he  is, aad this afternoon described every detail of fhe accident. He states  that he was just coming off shift,  and carrying a four-foot drill. The  latter, in carrying, he swung around  and struck the wire which conveys  the electricity for running the motor. The force of the shock threw  the boy in front of the approaching  motor, and 'before he could clear  himself, be was caught lieneath the  wheels.  "I ������aw that    my  leg  was   across  the wheels struck my h&nd, tow, and  took off my fingers."  The left leg was badly crushed .below the knee, where the iron wheel*  ground into it, and\onpuoi the fingers on the left hand completely se-  \ered. Besides ^these, both hands  are1 smashed eonsideraWy, and two  severe cuts were leceiwd im the  bead, one of 'the latter requiring 25  stitcHes. His^side and back are badly bruised, and show the results of  being dragged ak/ng' the track before  tho motor could lie Ibroughl to a  stop.  One of the peculiarities of the accident is that the boy remembers  every detail,  and knows  just     what  tbe track," said the little fellow, each man said to lum as he was  "and that it iwas going to be cut'being taken from beneath the wheels  off if I  did notclear it, sol put m������ and conveyed to the outside.  G. HEPPLE  WINS MEDAL  FORTUNE FOR  FARM-HANE  -++���������  -*^-%-  Georgc Heppte won the medal   for  which tlie members of the Tyee Gun  | Club have been ��������� holding   a series   of-  slayer  the check for $1  which  was sent to  Hover, July 25. ���������Alfred Peterson,  a harvest hand emplo ;ed on one of  the .big combined harvesters in the  Horse Heaven wheat fields near Hover, has been notified by Pittsburg  i birds out of a possible 250,    or    in   attorneys    that he has   been left   a  With a polite note Esther Mitchell l ^[v Sh,������0tS f<* ih* **** 6   WCekS'  ayer of her own   .brother, returned i^1'' Heppl<i,  made   *    scoftre ������'   18fi'  '"���������"'"  ���������*  -'  -   possible 250,    or    in  isfied C4 shots out ol [fortune of    over   half a million dot  -<*-^%-  her by Viola Burr, of Portland, savs CT Tr������   ������ T-*!*  ���������        .    ������Ut ? I.       ���������    i        ���������������,.,���������  tlie Seattle    "P.-I "     In tlie   letter I      . ' H'  WnShfc IS  oniy    eigh*   lars-by Lars Bjorklund,  a ship own-  Seattle, July 25.���������F. E. Young, of  .Seward, is stopping off in Seattle  for a lew duys en route to Seward  fiom Juneau. "All tlie country  aioimd Seward is .booming,'.' saadiMr.  Young, fet the Northern, yesterday.  ���������'Several strikes have been made  on Copper Creek and    quite a large  Do.j()ieLs���������Mis" .1 It Olds, a l'neiul.  Aliss. Al. A. .lone*. Air. E. W Case.  Aliss. Hannah Bradley. Mr.s. .). J  Bland, Mr. nnd Airs. (!. Bevilock-  way, Air. and Mrs .) S. ICnnislon,  Arr. and AHs. J. Bo\ ilockwuy. a  friend, Air. R. Sand.M'Son, Mrs. O,  Harrison, Air. anil Airs. Alcliride,  Mr. and. Airs. Hodgson nnd family,'  (Soutlif Wellington)'. Mr. rind'.Mrs-. I>.  C. Thomas, a friend, n. friend, Afr.  and Airs. .las. T'.nlenian (Lndysmtfh)  Air. nnd Airs. T. Conway (T.a'cly.  'smith. Mr. and Arcs. Rickarcl, )T..ady  smith.)  Larson     nnd     Anderson,   in  passing.      The'pn II'bearers'-were:  .T.  Ti^linm,  The  Columbia   &  Western deal     also   W, Arqrlnn.  ir., A.Turner. R. Snii'lb.  came iii for its share of criticism ^.s  did the Educational  Act afid several  acts of the last siession.     In a   fair  and impartial miiamner he defeixdled his  Weaving,   (Ladysmith), Al.ss   Ka'/ans.  1Mmhec 0f copper jro������;pects .have also  been discovered Jiear Resurrection  bay. Other good finds have been  made alo������sf the Montana and    Lake  Esther' stated that she could not accept money from -one who migjbt need  it more than she and for that reason she returned it with thanks.  In her little cell oft tlie jail oflioe,  this/strange young woman spends her  time. A few magazines pi lied om a  chair, a cot, over which aie spiead  some blankets, and a few dresses  hung on the wall, comprises the furnishings of her cell.  When a reporter was allowed to see  her she  was    busily engaged   in   po  lishing a fair of shoes.  "I ha\e to do something to pass  away the time," said she, "although  1 do not suffer in any way. Yes,  jail life is a little irksome. Do 1  ever look forward < to the future?. N0  I don't. I li\p from day to day,  and let the  future  take care oi itself  She smiled and laughed and chatted, and showed no Imulration o>" '1C<  position.     Her eyes  weie clear    and  behind in the score, he having- 's&-  enred 178 birds. The scores mad*  last evening were al? follows:  Ceo.  llepple    22  II. Wiight  ...'. 19  W. Mill's  .       is  T. White   17  J. McDonald     is  creeks  and     in   tlie Yentna country, i^* has    apparently  become   stouter  which is a  tributaiy t0 Seward. jsince hor airest'  "Approximately 800 prospectors I "Are >ou ev'er doubled by Lhe  have stampeded to the Yentna dis- ,mcmorV of tlfc shooting?" she was  tiict arid several small sites for   fu-  1 asked.  ture towns'have'been chosen.  "I think the stampede   next   year  will be made to the Kuskplewin couu  try.     Several     good   prospects   are.]  known to be  there    and prospectors  "Not  a  bit,"  she, reiilksl,   "ibut; 1  doiii't care to discuss  that subject."  "Are you still  a  believer in  Holy  rollerism?" .  "Holyrollerisin?   What  is  that?     1  ROOSEVELT BOYS  RIDE ON ENGINE  Oyster Bay ��������� Archie and ,Quentin,  the president's soiifc and Philip, their  cousin, sen of W. Emlen Roosevelt,  have realized one of tlie fond ambitions of American boy-hood. ,0n Saturday night they rode in one of the  passenger engines 0f the^Long Island  railroad fiom Oyster Bay ,to Mineola  and iefinn. Archie was the engine  dri\er. He sat with hfc hand on  the throttle of the engine���������of course  uilh the big hand of the regular  driver over bis. Qiientin and Philip  ro.-le on the other side and rang the  bell by turns and all leaned out of  the cab windows -and enjoyed the cin  den-, and giease to their hearts' content.���������New York Herald.  would have settled  the country    lie-   d���������'4'kn������w anything about it.     The  fore had  it not been  for the expense ��������� dnt'l,n,1,e     of    A,r-  L'McM    J*  Wiat  New York.���������When it was anrioimcetl  a few weeks n^o that Miss Ethel  Barryntore, the actrejss, had broken  her engagement with Capt. Harry  Graham,   of London,   even   the    infr  action on the eigb.t-ih6.ur legislation,  and that he conviinood his audience  of his sincerity in the matter was  evident from the constant applause  that greeted his remarks. His address was brimfull of optimism foi  the future of the province, and especially for the liberal prospects, in  the- next election, which he intimated might be brought on at an early  date. ���������'���������...  At the conclusion of his speech a  hearty vicrte of thanks was-moved'.by  .W, Mi. Dickon, president of the Fernie local miner's union. and seconded  by school trustee Thomas Keith, and  ���������was carried unanimously.  At the miners' annual celebration  here on July 2, .socialist HawMiorti-  thwaite refused to answer several'  pertinent nuiestiqnis concerniing his  actions during the last 'oess'lon' on  several important measures, and after listening ,t0 Mr. M-aodonals'd oiblo  address last night, the-public here  no longer wopider at his silence on  ;that occasion.  W.  Bnrnes nnd .T.   Slnvin.  A DARING  BURGLARY  . .���������-<���������-$><%-��������� . , '  New York, .Inly 25.���������(With a woman as -their chief, a ganig of burglars .daringly- -e-nterod a wholesale  clothing store a few doors from  Broadway On Twent-ietih street, late  Wednesday night find carried out a  truck-load of valuiaib-l|3:apparel,; while  occupants 'of the Continental Hotel  opposite lookicd on. The woman di-  rccled t-he men ail the gang in selecting the, material to ]>c taken. She  acoompanfed, them fronn Uid truclJ  into the store, and followed each  bundle of clothing out to the street  and superintended the (lacking of it  on   tho wagon.  All litis the Continental patrons  saw, not suspecting that the store  was being robbed. They believed the  concern was moving and that the  woman was a saleswoman or floor  walker in charge of the work.     The  expense  of entering Die district and the diili-  culfy in obtainiing- supplies. All this  has been remedied, however, several  trading stations have been located  there and everything poiatls to a heavy rush thene in the spring as thu  country  is known to  be rich.".  -,.^j������-���������������������'-'. ��������� ���������        ���������������������������         ������������������ ��������� -  place   was  that    of  I. A.. Harris  &  Brothers at 20,East Twentieth St.  The bright lights of Broadway illuminated the entrance to tlie -building, and it would not have been possible for the, -burgJjars to make a  raid without being observed, for at  all hours of tbe day and night persons in tho hotel across the street  are awake.  It is evident that the burglars had  taken this intoi consideration and  planned accordingly. At 11 o'clock  Wednesday night.they drove to the  bu lding in a truck, A glass cutter  and a jimmy wove used to gain entrance. Then the doors were Ihr-rfwn  wide open i and the men were at work  They lighted every electric light in  the roi:mi and began carrying out  bundle after bundle. An inventory  taken yesterday disclosed that ahour  1000 pieces were taken, among them  300 skirts and 2"50 raincoats, valued  at $3,000.  mate friends of the couple were. left  what it is called? You apparently in the dark as to the cause of the  Know more about it than 1 do. 1 siwldcn estrangement. , It was learn-  have my faith, yes, but that al^o is cd that while Capt-. Graham, had no  something    1    -do   not care to    talk   objection  lo Miss Barrymore contin-  ab0Ut'" " r,1illVn t,,e ^T' ilC ^mftnde'1 that ���������far "tlie " East ~o"claim"' the 'fortune  ���������'-   '    '"   "--'-������������������-,     This    ���������   '  er and exporter of cotton goods.  Thirty years ago Peterson and  Bjorklund, with their parents, were  fellow7 passengers on a sailing vessel that was wrecked off the 'coast  of Maine. Peterson was then fifteen  years of age, and his friend was  ten, but the former was large and  robust for one of his years, and he  succeeded in clinging to part of, tlie  rigging attached toia miast. He also  succeeded in rescuing his boy companion from drowning and used a  i ope to attach them both to the  mast.  After floating in tlie ^as Tor three  days and nights they' were driven  ashore. Peterson cared for his  charge as well as he.icouldiand, leaving him in a sheltered spot, he  sought for aid. Tramping 20 miles  inland, he reached a settler's cottage, secuied food and returned to  Bjorklund. They finally arrived in  a small village where Peterson paid  for the caie'of.hie fiiend.  In time they .became separated, Peterson coining Wo >t and engaigin*| in  mining in California and later in Alaska. Fortune withheld her smiles  for him, but. Bjorklund amassed a  fortune in the East.  The attorneys have notified Peterson that efforts have been made for  years to locate him, and the efforn  has succeeded only after his old  friend had been dead over a year.  As a substantial proof of the genuineness of the fortune, a draft has  .been sent to Ptetcrson for #1,000, antf  he will leave Hover in a   few   days  "Do you  b^'eve that Crefe d ' was   she  live  in  England.    This    arrange-1    .. .   .   ��������� c.���������.,    ,    ,��������� ��������� ,.        ,.  .   . . , , , ���������        ,, , ,  ������,.      ��������� which has suddenly become has.     He.  a. holy mair and   was sent  by Cod?"   inont would have barred Miss Barry-  "I never said 1   did." more  from the  American  stage,   ex-  "But,  do yon believe it?" ,uopt, ppssibly, for.-brief yearly tours,  To  this  question    she;   refused    to ' and she refused to agree  to the con.  answer.  "Will  your defence be in-s-aiiity?"  "It may  be,   I -don't know."  ���������She talks' freely on any subject ������vx  cept her case, but states that sbs  uVves not care to make any statements now. She expressed a d-ssira  to wait till the case comes to trial  arid-then,talk freely.  In the big cell where the wommi  are confined, Mrs. Maud C refold  spends her  time.  "There has been so much already  said about my case that I don't  care to discuss it any more;" she  said. "Of course it is tiresome being in there and tlie future looks dark  but we,'have  to make the best of ft."  She has apparently suffered mora  from cc-nlinemenfc than tlie girl she  ad viced to'commit murder.  ,flf you want any information  about the case go to someane, else,"  she said, and returned to her cot  dition.     The captain refused to leave  London   and live in this country.  The Seattle "P.-I." in speaking of  the recent fight, between Gans and  Holly, says: Referee Morrison had  no hesitancy in awarding th-3 decision to Gans and the decision met  w th almost universal approval. ,'Gan4  did all the leading and clever work,  while Holly was on the defensive all  the time.  The fight was the first ever held in  Seattle with a real champion as a  principal, yet was one of the most  uninteresting     battles   ever     fought  i  CALLING DOWN FOR SOCIETY  "Society" is now a combination of  men and women who overdress them-  sioh-es at the expense of their tradesmen that they may overeat themselves at the expense of, their friends  London Truth.  states that he proposes returning to  the West, and will establish himself  on a fruit farm at this place. He is  a hard working, industrious man, anx|  bis intention- is to live the simple  life in this valley, investing., his capital in business and real:estate.  ������������������������   The steamer Amur arrived this af-  twaoon from the North., for coal.  She has a number of passengers on  board from Ketchikan. They report"  a fall of snow at that place on  Thursday last.   : o   Butchers at the Chicago stock  yards report the dullest season for  years. Cattle butchers are working  only 25 hours a week and. most of  the other departments only work) two  or throe days a week.:  The Train Di matchers' Association  in convention at Buffalo, N.Y.., electa  ed P. H. Riggs, ,of McFarlamd, Kas.,  vice president and T. W. Kane, of  Los Angeles, a:member of thft execu-;  tdve committee. THE LADISMITH DAILYLEDGtER  THE DAILY LEDGER  ru jUflbeA  every   day' except Sunday  ���������BY-  THB DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.     ,  SUBSCRIPTION.  One Year (In advance) $5-00  One Month ~ ... ~  5������ c^is  WEDNESDAY1  JULY  25,   1000  A TUMOROUS PATIENT.  Surgery has much to gain from  spinal cocainization, says Robert  Jones, a Liverpool surgeon, in Tho  Medical Press, lie advrcalcs the  process In cases where patients can  not or will not take other anacs-'  thetics. The resulting Insensibilicy to  the patient olten develops abnormal  lo<[iiacity.  Mr. .Jones tells of aii operation in  which he cocainized' the spine. It was  that of a Mg man, who as soon as  he had taken two or three iwhiffs oi  chloroform jumped off the operating  table,and scampered away. This hap  pened twice and Mr. J^ics, tried cocainization, injecting cocaine into  'the cerebro-spinal' fluid. By this  ���������.means a trou'blesomo operation of  cutting out bones in tbe leg was  'safely carried out. The man,( an old  poacher, meantime rogaled the doctors with stories ���������< of his iir.t, only  once interrupting, when the surgeon  was chiseling a bone, io ask, "What  is that knocking?"���������London Mail.  CHEHALIS NOT  DISCOVERED  , *.������^   'Vancouver, July 24.���������Tho Chehalis  .wreck i* still undiscovered. H was  thought this morning that grapples  had hooked on, but the diver later  found no tracei--'of Lhe wreck. No  bodies have as yet been discovered.  The Maple Leaf Senior Lacrosse  .club have entered a protest aj-ainst  the Vancouver Lacrosse Club, charging professionalism' In Saturday's  game. Accusation is based on play  ing of Cao., whom they say was not  a member of ,21 Jays' standing.  .That Ritchie of the Maple Leafs was  kept mft the field for some time after,  the time of penalization expired, and  that Tuck is a professional. If the  charges are proved they will have a  grave effect on senior lacrosse circles throughout the province.   o ���������  COINCIDED.  Algy���������Chap asked me just now it I  ���������wasn't a detective. Says I've got  exactly the1 right kind of face for  that business.  Reggie��������� So you haw, dear boy, but  you ought|to have knocked him down  lor saying so. No man has a light  to make fun of another man's long,  sharp nose.���������Qhicago Tribune.  t i 0   THE RIGHT KIND.  "In the trouble for liberty,  * Every rood dealer carries this  boot.    Take no "substitute.  MENS'   KIP WHOLE  BACK BOOTS  Have double  sole   and   slip,  !!      I-Juni>.triaii nailed and stau-  w  I  dard screw fastened,  or low cut.  high  -    First  Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD AND BARK FOR S ALE AND DELIVERED.  EXPRE SS WORK.  "DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  .������..������..���������..  ..������..������M������..������..������..������..������..������..������.    ������������������-,  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on  Roberts   Street  ..  my Water     Rotes, between the 10th    and the 25th of each mo.ith.       ,  0Hic.H.������rslP.%������0BLAND  SUPERINTENIHCNT. _  EsquimaJt   & Nanaimo Railway  S^AI^slHiP SCHEDULE  ERF-ECTIV'E JULY, IS.  S. S. JO  Sails from Ladjsmith for Vancouver,every Tuenl.iy at f! o'clock a.m.  Sails  from Vancouver toi- Ladysmith every   Monday   and    Tuesday,, at  1:30 p. m. '        ' -        '  Geo, U. Courtney,  District Passenger, Agent  f������S Government,St..Victoria, B.C.  Express Work  ...     .    ....    r,_..i.   r,.-  o..i..      r������p  A.   KEMI\   or    leave  Lfftht Teaming.  Orders With-  Wood and   Bark   for  sah  I  W. CARTER,  % Tbe   most   popular   miners'  boot ever turned out of a  facto i y  FIRST  AVENUE  PHONE      6<>  IS*  Co. Ltd  VANCOUVER,    B.C.  HOWEL COMPLAINT  IN  CHILDREN  During the summer m0nths children  aie subject to disorders of the bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as tlie first unnatur-  ���������:! looseness of the bowels appears.  The best medicine in use for' bowel  complaint is Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as it  piomptly controls any unnatural  1,-,(,<. ncss of the bowels. For sale  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  WAS  WITH  ROJKSTV13NSKY.  (.Associated   Press)  'New" York,  July 2'L-Tho     Russian  steamer   Smolensk,topt. Troyan, ar  rived   herts    today     from   Rotterdam  with five cabin and   U15 stoei;nge pas  sengers.     During the   Russian-.! apnn-  ese   war   tlie   Smolensk   was  engaged  as nn  auxiliary cruiser,  and laler as  a collier  at inched   to   Admiral    -Roj-  cstvonsky's   fleet   in   ttie   Tar   . 'East.  The Smolensk is the first steamer of  Ihe   new  'line     recently   stnrted     between ihe Bnltic nnd New York. Oth  cr   ships    will   follow    towards     tlu  end  of the vonr.  Army Encampment at Washington'  City, a comrade from Elgin, 111., was  taken with cholera morbus and was  in a critical condition," tays Mr.  J. E. I-Iouglilaml, of Kldon, Iowa.  "I gave him Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy and  believe saved his life. I have been  engaged-for ten years in iiirmiigtation  work and conducted many pu.ri.irs to  the Poulh and west. I always carry this remedy and have used it successful fy on many occasions." Sold  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.    Ticket and. Freight Office,  75  2  I  Try a Province Cigar.  SAVED HIS COMRADE'S LIFE.  "While returning from the    Grand  ed  longhaired anarchist,  will always  find me, brothers, in the  van."  "Sure," said the doughty policeman as he pulled him into the patrol.���������Baltimore American.  *  "'or a cool, refreshing���������  BATH  During; the Summer  Months Call oh   THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Parlors,  etc.,     High Street  Sunlight Soap Is better than other Hoaps, but  s best when used in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Sujp and follow Directions  DAY SCHOOL.  - dual subjects taught; also language"; drawing in pencil and cray-  ons,' paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte *nd vocal lessons g[w-  en in classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM-/     Ladysmith, B.C  Union made-Capital"& Nugget Cigars  ������������������ iMMlTlir'TrTT""1���������~" ''   FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  Call on J. [. Smith  House* and Sign Paintei  Try Capital and Nuggei Cigars  -RAYMOND'& SONS  ���������Dealers in���������  ��������� Lime,   Plaster Paris,    Brick,  Fire  llrlck and Vancouver is-  ��������� latul cement.  . 3  Pandora St.  Victoria B.C.  Under New Managment  HOTEL WILSON.  WIRE WOUNDS.  My.mare, a very valuable one, was  ,badly bruised and cut by being  caught in a wire fence. Some of tlie  ���������wounds would not heal, although I  tried many different medicines. Dr.  Bell advised me to use MINARD'S"  LINIMENT, diluted at first, then  stronger as 'the sores began to look  better, until after three weeks, the  sores have healed, and b'est of all the  hair is growing well, and is NOT  WHITE as is most always the case  in horse wounds.  F. M. DOUCET.  Weymouth.       . -  Jus.' R, McKinnell, Prop,  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens' headmasters.  Modem and     Strictly First Clati.  Fire Proof     Building.  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Raton. $1.25 and$L50���������  Fre to all steamboat  landings and  railway depotH. Elactricjenre every five  minntea to all parte of the city. Bar  and.tnble\inexcelled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER  B, C.  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK���������  and  ���������WHITE   LABOR���������  Employed. Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-  ��������� Ladysmith.  Government Street.  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  The" New Train'  o   CRIENTAL LIMITED  The.Train'ot'  ,  Ease,   Elegance,  Excellence.  r     Every  mile  a  picture,    and  iio smoke to spoil  the    view.  Through Compartment,    Ofo-  "servation  and-Pullman  Sleep-  ' crs;     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 Da-  'kota sail from Seattle for Ja-  - pan"   and China ports at   fre-  q������,u'enr dates.      Exact    sailing  "dates can be secured, upon application to, any. Great North-  - ern representative.  :S. G.  YERKES,  A.G.P.A., Seattle, Wash. -  E.  R. STEPHEN,'.'"   .  l,;   Gen.  Agcntf Victoria1; B.&.  I  HENRY'S  ^5 NURSERIES,      GREEN-  3j."    HOUSfcb AND SEED  ;S HOUSES  ������^J.  ������<������10   Veatminster  Road,  45 VANCOUVER.  32" li.c        >  tsE .   Headquarters for ,  PACIFIC GROWN Harden, UeL  unci Mower SEEDS  (or distribution. '' ;  Large stock" of Home  ��������� Grown FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL TREES  " now matured for Spring.  No expense, loss or delay of fumigation or inspection  Let me price your list  before  placing your ,or-  ������������������ der. Clrecnnouse Plants,  Floral Packages. Fertilizers, etc.  3010' Westminster Road.,  VANCOUVER, B.  C  Fletcher Bros  .Dealer* In  Pianos   & Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  Plumbing and Tinsmithing  DONT2 AT  Reasonable Prices   By   J. ANDERSON  Leave orders  at  I'eterson's  Furn-  t'ure Store, or telephone No 5S.  "     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     f  Best accommodation for transient  nnd permanent boarders and lodgera.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  d������te: Rates Jl.������i'a day and np-  wirds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Frb������.   v';'  ���������^���������lamaii* .w. >-: :*-<��������� '-**'��������� Lady ami th  *  4*  t'  f  *  I PURCHASBRS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH,   B. C.  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, B. C.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  General Manager.  +  *  *  *  t  *  *  STEAM UKATEI)  l'UKNISII . KOOMS  BAR SOPPWKD WITH DICt-T  WINKS', I.IQUOKS, CIGARS  ABB0TSF0RD  A. J. McMURTRiE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  'LADYSMITH,   . C  Good tables and good  Rooms       .  Ask for  This   Hotel  baa    been completely       renovated.  Board aid lodgiig $1.00 per d������y.  HOTEL  JOHN THA, Proprietor  BarHsupplied- with the  Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-'��������� .:���������  Liquors and Cigars. bi^$4 f^" I  Ladysmith B.C.  ������������������^"v*-*.*.-*,���������%.-%.������������������������������������������,-���������������.���������%���������-���������-'������������������-%^������-*-%.-%���������-������.-*. ���������������%.-������.-%.���������%--������'���������%������������������������'*-������������������*'-������������������-���������-^������-'������-������.-*'<  \VM.  MUNSIE,  President    A. W. COBURN, Managing Director.  Telephane '1-b.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd  MILLS   AT   FTDDICK- AND   LADY SMITH-!"- ^ ���������*��������� W*������  Shingles e*. Specialty  MANUFACTURERS OF   Rougli and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS    SHINGLES,  MO ULDINGS,      ETC.,     of    the  BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  STOVES! STOVES!  weiare making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  Al| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in all its' branches a Specialty  }   Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  P..O. Box 42.  i  ?  TELEPHONE 53  i  i  i  f  -I  t  f  ..���������..*.  ;.������.^..*.,  TH6 CITY MRRKeT  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B.C,  PAINTING   AND  FAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done  :     -  Orders  Promptly  Execute  -   LADYSMITH  S. ROE DOING  pr     &     w      m,  LADYSMITH TRANSFER STABLE 1  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A   ND  SAFELY.  Stabled in the rear of the Lad ysraith hotel.  Ahhots ford  Leave orders at   the.  A.    J   WASKETT, l(      P  ROP  4  HH^illlW> ������������������-H-H-H-H-H-M-4-M ���������-��������������������������������������������������� -f-f-f-f-H-f-H-t-y-t-f-f ��������� W.  ���������������&���������*  'iyM  ' ''i'jiiii'isiwi i/miErcFB  LODGES  ADYSMITH    TEMPLE,    No.    5.���������  Rathbo'ne-Sisters, meets in, the Odd  fellows' Rail    every  2nd    and   ������lth  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  -   M. of R. &' C.  [UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF  DRUIDS,  j Wellington Grove, No. 4, U^A.O.D.  tats in the I.O.O.F. Hall,. Lady-  jinith, the Second and Fourth. Weil-  fesdays of each month',, commencing  Wednesday, 13th, 11103.  f Visiting Druids are invifwl to at-  ���������ind.    By Order  WM.  RAFTER, Rec. Sec.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  Dr. Dier can he found at any time  [t his oll'iee on Gatacre street. His  lental work ia guaranteed to he first-  llass, anil ratess reasonable.  fipraaaasgss  HILBERT  i asyBflcsassssgas  Dr. K;B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All  work  guaranteed  and at reasonable rates.  RESIDENCE   AND  OFFICE  Gatacre St Ladysmith  Open at all hours.  ���������.. n ��������� . +34 ujt* ������at������  NOTICE)  Prom     this date  the-undersigned  irlll  not be  responsible for any  in  lebtedness     incurred except on      a  written order signed by the. secretary  lowland Machin.  V.   I.  EXPLORATION & BEVEL  OPMENT CO.," LTD.  Ion Personal LiabllHy.  fletntla. B. L\. Ma?   !������������.. ���������������<)���������  R. SIMPSON  Bollcltar,   Eft*.  Money  to   Loan  It.   Avenut -        --  LAMSVI H  iUBAN CIGnfiliORY  iMaimfacturers of the Famous  CUBAN   BLOSSOn  lone bu   UnUm Labor,  Kmploywl  H J. BOOTH. Prop  LADYSMITH * BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    L'akct   -Made    fo  Ordor  FKL'iTa    AMD    CANDIES OF Al'.L  KINDS.    FUKSfl    BlfEAD  EVERY    DAY  Prices    are     Very  Reiison^#if5.      All"  PustoiiHM-s  are  Treatp^ATiUc.   ,  HOP  LEE & CO.  ON TUB  ESPLANADE. ���������  NEWS N<DTE$  FROM NANAIMO  Hananir Miillett has a force of"men held Mast night it was decided  at work replacing the three' quar- hold ia garden party on Dr. O'Brians  ler inch main' on Kennedy street, lawn Esplanade, on Wednesday, Au-  from Albert Street to Victoria Rd., gust 8th. The party will comment*  with a three inch main. This larger'at 4 o'clock, ami will continue dur-  pipc will make a vast difference to ing j the afternoon nnd evening,  tho consumers in that vicinity.' 'conjunction   with   the  party   a  t  In  Sale  of Work   will lake placv, and refres-h-  Forenian  John  Love has a number V*"^ wiu h" M'rv,-'d-     The. Roys Uri  of men  at  work-on Ihe  roads out  on'8ftda  Band    will      be    in    attendance  (he Five Acre Lots. Grading.,    widen-.and  a   small  admission  of  ten cents  ing   and oilier work    is done   where-   will   he charged  ever necessary, and altogether a   big  improvement  will  lie made  The   funeral   of Mrs.  Posters   are   nut    announcing-     the  big boxing'   com pais which  are lo  l>c  E.   T.   Wilson,   pulled    off     in   the    Opera   House-   on  Hob-  occurred   in   the ' Williams lightweight  chiumpion of Aua  took   trnlia,  and  Bert    Clarke  of    Sen tile,  jilucc  yesterday   afternoon   from   Ihe | and    Hob   Ritchie  of   San   Francisco;  Merri field      oi    Vancouver,  oi  of  whose ujilirmHy death   at the     early J Saturday    night   next  between  age     oi     25  years,  Hospital   on,     Saturday   last,  Paisley Dye Works  Fancy Dyeing and Cleaning. Chargy  s reasonable, etc.    Work Guaranteed  iCommarcial St. ��������� Nanaimo, B. C  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BCTWEKN  CHIOAaO, LONDON,  HAilLTCN, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  Ami tho rrlnoti.nl BuhIiichb Centers of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFAtO, MEW WM *������������',.  PHILADELPHIA, VIA HIAOARA FALLS  ���������For Time Tables, etc., mlilroHS  CEO. W. VAOK,  A.9statuiit Cien'l IJ.isaciiper and Ticket ARfint,  13S AO������Ms.lST��������� CHICAGO, ILL.  family  residence   Milton street. land  Kid  A short service was conducted at I who are to battle ten rounds  ! the homo by Rev. Mr. Itorjsbn, who J tho) lightweight championship.  | also    ofllciated at  the graveside.      ,   [British Columbia.  A  number of the members, of     tho j    The principals  in  Saturday's    con-  local Orangemen', of which .Lodge,'thd>  tests  are   without,'doubt    the    very  In   tho- city.  {.Williams needs no introduction to thq  The-following   were  the, pall  bear'   local sports  who saw   bun   in his con  Messrs   Wm.   Dec,' Jas.,   Miller,   test  deceased's  husband    was   a . member,   best    class ��������� ever   seen  attended  the  funeral.  j. PIERCY & GO.  Manufactuiers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE aijjf GOODS  VICTORIA, B. G.  ers:  C,   Grant,    R.  Mcllinish,    J..      Craig-,  and Ellis Marshall.  j    The   floral    tributes   were   as     'fol-  - lows:  Sprays���������Mrs Chris, Worth, Sid and  C. H. Peck, Miss. , L, Morton, A  friend, Mr. ana Mis. J. A. McDonald  , Wreaths���������Wellington Lodge L.-.O.  L., 3 619, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Miller,'  Master John James Miller, Mrs. G.  Thomas. ' " .  Boquets���������Mr. and Mrs. IT. White-,  head, Mrs. D. Stewart, Mr. and. Mi's  Wm. Dee,. Mr. aiid Mrs. Bowert, Mr.  and Mrs. W. H. Morton. Mrs'. . H.'  Whitehead, Miss. M. Farmer. Miss.  Maud Lobley, Master' A. Miller.  .���������.������.���������  At  a meeting' of  the Ladies      Aid  of  St.   Andrews Presbyterian   ch'urch  Minard's "Liniment euros "Cold,''etc.  Are tou join? l#  with Sailor ICelley. He is  clever man on his feet. Is a good  boxer and carries a stiff punch in  either hand. Clarke, his opponent,  is one of the kind that is continually boring in. He was trained in the  same school as Young Corbel t, and  has, the fighting style of the ex-  world's champion,'' who was always  after his nian from the sound of the  gong.  The ten-round contest between Rit  chie and MerriQeld for the lightweight championship of J3. C, will  be alone well worth Lhe price of admission.     These clever  lads   lhe   oth  [GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP  Miners'.Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT  UOTiCE.      DRILLS  SHARPENED  BY  US      ALWAYS   GIVE  SATISFACTION.   PICKS HANDLED A   Nl>  REPAIRED   ���������SHIP SMI THING-    IN      ALL   ITS    BRANCHES  Hor.seshoers and Genera' B!acksmitns.  r. Wright.  Bu 11 er Street -    - Ladysm'ith, b C  ���������'^^���������^������������������I���������������������������I���������������������������^A������^������������������I���������������������������^������������������K���������.^���������.^���������^-*������������������^���������^���������^���������f���������^���������f���������^-f���������^���������f���������^���������������������������.^-������������������.^-������  ICE!     ICE!    ICE!  Will be Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders must he in  hy eleven o'clock  on  day  of Delivery,  Union  Brewim? Co  ���������p ;  Limited  I NANAIMO^ B. C.  i  DESIfiHS  TRADE-MflliKS   I AND COPYRIGHT!-  .1 ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY Wrtt'2PW,^��������� ;  (Notice iu " Inventive Arc "      ���������  HKS* Rfc i  Book "How to obtain Patents" |   'Ilia Ik  Charges moderate. No fee till patent in accurca.  T���������.f ....... ,y conOdentinl.   Addrtas,  lent tnivycr. Washington, D. C  I PATENTS  .5 ADVICE AS TO PATE  tNoti'je in " Invents  Book "Howtoobtiii  i Charges moderate. J  f Letters strictly <  [E. G.SIOCEHS. Puici  Synopsis; of Canadian Homestead  Regiilauons.  Any available Dominion Lands  within the Railway Belt in British  Columbia, may be homesteaded by  any person who is the sole head ot  A family, or any male over e ghteen.  years of age, to the 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 there-  .witli under one of the following  plans:  (1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of tlie land in  each year for  three years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in  tlie vicinity of the land entered for, the    re  quirements as to residence may be  satisfied by such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) It the settler has his. permanent residence upon fanning land owned by him in Uie vicinity of his home  stead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said laud.  Siv nioulhe' notice in writit.;;  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for pat^e^t.  Coal lands may'be purchased at flO  per acre for soft coal and 3=20 for!  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be aaquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the  rale of ten cents per ton of 2,0(11)  ���������pounds'shall be Collected on the  gross output.  W.   W.   CORY,  Deputy  nf   the Minister of Interior  Thea U ������������������������ yo������r tickets rtot   <U  th*  North Western line  The only line, now making UNION  DEPOT . connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with th*  through strains from the Pacifh  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST,    LINE, TF  FINEST TRAINS,  THE  LOWES"  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME. .  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   Cm '  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT1  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete, information, ask y  local agent or write,  ������'. W. PARKER-  General  Afw  790 2ns Ave., Seattle.  Minard's  Liniment cures  Diphtheria  "GALEDilAlf  Leads Theiri    ALU  IN QUALITY  R.P.RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  ���������/ICTORIA, :-: :-: ���������--: .-: :���������B.O.  II ta not tha prioa yon pay, for * furnace that makes it cheap  or oxponaire, but the fuol it afterwards oon9umes.  A common funi&co may cost you $5 or $10 leas than a  " SaoBhine," but if it eats this up the first winter in extra fuel,  what do you gain? Nothing, but all the annoyance and extra  work that go with a poor furnace.  The " Sunshine" is in use from Halifax to Vancouver,  and we have hundreds of testimonials from pleased users.  Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.   Booklet free.  wemm  LONDON,    TORONTO,    MONTREAL,    WINNIPEG,    VANCOUVER,  k ST.   JOHN,   HAMILTON. .    ,JT_  The Ladysmith Hardware Co.,1 Sole Agents  Ashman and Sandy Swanson for a  side, bet of ������fSOO. General admission  50 cents. Reserve seats "Scents and  riagtiido seats, ������1.00, Tickets on sal#  at W. \V. Gmy's.  The   rival  baseball   teams   of  ,  the  and  er night  boxed    one  of  the best  six-' local   Sons     of     St.     Georjjc  iled off in Van' Knights of Pythias lodges, arc eager  draw,  for the  game which is scheduled     to  round   bouts   ever   pu  couver,    the result    being  W.  SILER.  lENEKALJiXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY DON*"!.  Leave orders at the Ahhotsford.  Keep  Minard's  house.  Liniment    in    the  L.V if       i . )   BBS  When you want a Glass globei  see that   yoii get the    globe.,  with ' the rubber ring on    it,  as it is the only    kjind    that  can keep the water out ��������� the  globes without the rubber ring  cannot     keep    out water, you  can    see that    hy  examining-  Ihetn.      The artificial    flower .  that  is  put  into the     globes.,  with the rubber rings, is guar '  an teed to be the best, and   if  you    want  a' globe    witii     a  Ruhher": Ring,  call at Mrs. T.  X.  Jones, agent for  HENRY CREW ,,r  til  The only    place you can   gett!  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C.   for    the  French    Wreath Co., of   Lon-,  don,   Paris,   Melbourne,   S.A.,!;  Cor. f^omox Rd. & Milton St.  NANAIMO. B.C..  I  With these two ��������� clever  boxers on as  a  curtain raiser,  and the   big    contest  pulled   off   later, on,    the   attraction  ���������n   Saturday niglit    should  certainly  bo  well   worth  the  price   of   admiss-  iou..  t���������������������������������������������  ��������� Everything- points to a monster  celebration-in lhe city on August  18th, when Ihe Foresters' Re-Unicm  is slated to take place. -A meeting  of the Sports Committee wns held  last night and ihe following programme of sports for 'the days' entertainment was drafted.  i-Tlie procession starts from the  Forresters' Hall at 1. p m., with  two bands in attendance.  Admission   to  grounds  12.">  cenls.  1.���������liascball Mutch���������Nanaimo vs.  putsidc team lor a pur������e of ST.").  2.���������.lunior Baseball game between  Juvenile Forresters for a purse of  ������10.  3'.���������Baby Show���������1st pri'/e dress,  ������3.50 and hat, ������3.50 by 13. Spencer,  2������������1 prize, photos, ������5, by King.  ~!4.��������� Gents' foot race (comic) dross  in ladies clothes, inn 100 yards and.  .return, 1st, box of cigars, ������3.50 by  Philip Gable and Hat. ������.*!. by Powers & Do.ylc; 2nd prize box of cigars  ������3.00,  by F.   S.   Clarke.  5.���������100 yards foot race, open, 1st  ������7 cash,   2nd,  S3, cash.  6.���������2.20 yards 'foot race (open) .Isl.  ������7  cash, '2nd.  ?3,   cash.  7.���������440 yards footrace, (open) 1st,  ������10 cash;  2nd,   ������5  cash.  8.���������Smokers' race���������Run 50 yards  "and "return! 1st. box cignrs S3 50 by  J. Booth; 2nd $.2.50 by Whilty Bros.  9.���������Coiripanionsj Race���������1st:, La'diwi  Hat, ������7.50 |)V Mrs. Masters; 2iul,  Ladies  Hut.  S.~.  by Mrs.   Shook,  10.��������� .Tuvrmiie Forcsler's Rnce���������1st,  A. O. F. Pin.. ������3.50 by J." Sampson; 2nd, A. O. F. Pin, SI.50 by R  ���������\V.   Hard ing.  '11.���������Tenin Rn.ce���������Court Oonornl TCil'  chiiier vs.. Court Mininimo Foresters  Home. Prizes, bread hy J. Wilson,  meat, by Beckley nnd tea by 0. S.  Pearson  &  Co.  12.���������Married Romans' race���������1st,  goods value   ������2.00 by J. Hirst    and  goods value 'SI.50 by J. Young.  2nd, Flower bowl value,. ������1.25 by  H.   Crew.  13.���������Girls' race, 16 years and under, 1st, shoes value ������3.50 by L.  Manson; 2nd vases value ������2.00 'by  W. M. Lnngton; 3rd, picture, valuo  ������2.00 by J. H. Good & Co.  " 14.��������� Throwing the baseball���������1st,  valise, value $1.75 by "C. F. Bryant  and one. years' subscription to the  Free Press; 2nd one years' subscription to Daily Herald.  15.���������Throwing     the   Hammer���������   1st,  ������5.  cash;  2nd,  $2.50  cash.  16.���������Putting   the   shot���������1st,   ������5.0Q,  cash; 2nd, ������2.50 cash. |  17.���������Baloon  Ascension  for a   Purse'CALL  AT-  of $100.    .  18.���������Parachute   drop.  Wrestling match    n   Athletic     Club  fArena.   at    8   p.m.,   oetween    ^Bruce  take place on the CrilketGrounds'at  6 o'clock tomorrow night.  This game is the result of a swee>  ing challenge issued by the Knighte  lo play any other lodge in town.'  They all had cold feet but the SonB  who felt it in themselves of being  able to trim the boasting Knights  at ,a game of baseball, and consequen  tly accepted the challenge.  - An admission fee of 25 cents is to  be charged lhe whole proceeds to  go to the Hospital, so by paying  to see this great game you also help  along a  good cause.  The following are the line ups.  Sons  of   St.   George.  ���������Catcher��������� H.   Piper.  Pitcher���������W.  McCeod.  1st base���������J.  Piper.  2nd   base���������T.   Biggs.  3rd base���������H.   ICilleen.  Short  Slop���������R. Vipond.  Left Field���������M.   Coundley.  Centre    Field���������W.  Piper.  Right   Field���������C.  Burnette.  Spare Men���������J . Bowen and E, Sno*q  clo������.  Knights   of Pythias.  Catcher���������J .   G ordon.  Pitcher���������.7.  Blnndell.  1st,   Base���������T.   Booth.  2nd  Base���������f.   Aitken.  3rd  Base���������C.  Manifold.  Short  Slop���������T. Devlin.  JLei't Field���������S.   Cottle.  Centre  Field���������W.. Rivers.  Right Field���������A. Thomas.  Spare Men���������A. Bradshaw, W. Hunter, T. 'Woodcock and P. Freer.  Ambulance Cirps���������A. Andrews and  \V. JsTeave.  Hooters���������J. Crossan and Francis  Green.  Water     Carriers���������George  andCharlie Wilson,.  - o  Scorer���������Chas.  Rawlinson.   o   Johnson.  THE GENTLER SEX.  ��������� Much - is -heard nowadays oi physical culture and gymnasium work for  women, and we see on all' sides wo-  ijien'with well-developed muscles and  strong bctfies,' Yet how few of ttfiesa  same athletic women are really grace  ful; " iii any social gathjering it is  seldom the, graduate of some gym-  nasium or school of physical culture that is noted for her grace of  movement and manner. The French  women are noted for their ease -and  go:ace, yet the average Parisieo.no  kn0ws little or nothing j^out physical culture and breathes and exercises only just enough to keep herself alive; *ut she has cultivated a  quick perception and a. keen decision, at. least in the superficial things  of,life, -which shows themselves in  a\\ she-does. -W������ cam;safely say(thau  awkwardness in company is really,  caused by mental indecision.  Watch a  French  woman come  into  the room.      She has taught   herself  to  take the    entire  room hi   at    a.  glance,  the company, lhe po(Jitioii of  the chairs.     She  knows just    whom,  she  will  greet  first,  just where; sha  will  walk,  just where she will   sit.  There ia no hesitation and no    hurry in  her movements^���������there is a perfect poise, perfect self-command.  ��������� Watch our undeculed    or our   self-  conscious    friend!    She fiddles    with  the -door ,knol> because she is too dif->  fident t0 enter all at once.  Her feet  seem    unwilling 't|o  respond  to    her  will, or rather her will is too weals  to; give    tliiom    a decided command.  She -reaches but her hand,  hesitates,;  draws it back,: tlius making an ugly,  ahkle-,in her fluctuating-motion.^.  Real grace must come from witii-.  in, and is the natural outcome of a  harmonious mind. ���������Baltimore Eveiw  ing Herald.  "  Attention Is called to tke   fact that tba  Ogilvie Flour rtills Co    Limited,  makers of  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR,     haTe for Bome *lmi K  past been producing flo������r In a   Taitly, improved and. pirlfl ^  lorm -~  by the aid oipLECTRICITY  and having secured control of   all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity o! a dvising the  public that  any unauth  orized users of the electrioal    floir purifying processes  will he pro-\~'J  ���������ecutea.  Ogilvta Flour BfiltaCompany Limited  are the only millers in Canada whose   Flonr   i  parified by theE'eotcio Fipodasis  IP   VOU  WANT AQOOD   fir^t Class   Meal  J. X. Smith's Restaufaat  ALWAYS OPEN , FIRST AVENUE. 5ft**^ffiff^.lffii'^^  fcC&ZX.  r.i ItiZteZ; 7i't.^"jijiriSi'ii������-fCT^j/*S"  jilit.VM ili'fiuunS^tb*ii! vUu Swr <  uSiEttisaoassi^  THBIi^DYSmTH0AILY IiED^EIi  K^^^^^KSS^^^^^^^fe^Sl  jK .���������. -���������..'i'. .���������. .*fr. ������*t*. .*K .������<���������. .���������K .������i*. r*t*. .**���������- .'K .*���������*. -'t*. ������������������fr- .***. .'*'. ������*t*������ .*t*. ���������.***������ ������*h ������������������������ .*^������ j������%  l������lIJ.I1^,11^1 ������J,I 1^,1 1^,1 IJJ.I 1^1 IJ.1 l������J I.J.IIJ.J1J.J l.|,l 14,1IJ.114,' IJI,! ������4,l l^,' *\f 14,1 ������4.l IJ.I ������J.'  $  O,  O  *���������  ncrs f  are  Ml  I  GOING AT A SACRIFICE $   aT__���������. j>  BICKLE'S  A /*  F'ull Lino to Choose  FVoro  A  Smith, Fotos,  That's Ailj  Local Items  Mr.  R.  Masters    returned  city at noon today.  lo    the  Miss L. Keist, who hajs been visiting friends in this city, left oil tbe  noon  train for Vancouver.  attended the funeral of' Mary Jane  Dallon yesterday jn Nanaimo, returned on the S.S. Joan last evening. Fortunately, the Transfer dock  was occupied- by'another boat, and  the Joan was obliged to-berth at tho  public wharf. , ' ���������-*  Several-challenges -were expected in  today for the winner or the Gun-  Club shoot last evening, but as yet  none have been received.  Mr. P. Fletcher and family expect  to remove to Victoria shortly, upon  the completion of the short line. Mr.  Fletcher has -been Oin his present run  for five years,- and although he has  110 complaint to make, slates that  he will b������ pleased with a change foi  a  time at least.  Mr. J. Good fellow, in company  ���������with a party of C.P.R. officials,  passed through to Nanaimo on the  noon train< today.  Miss S. Morgan, who has been  spending a few weeks' vacation in  Washington, ��������� returned home yesterday.  Mr. T. Greaves, who has been confined to the house with a .severe illness for a considerable length' of  time, is reported as 'progressing as  favoiably as can be expected considering the seriousness of his; illness.  60 Pair. Children's Dongo-  |a Button Shoes���������Patent Top  on self Sprung Heel���������Sizes 3  to 6-���������Reg. up to $1  Special Be  85 Pairs of ChildY Button  and Lace Shoes���������Light and  Heavy Sole���������Splendid Value  at $i.50���������Sizes up to 101-2  Sped 11.00  150 Pairs, Ladies' Dongola  and Box Calf Bai���������Values up  to $3.75  Special U00  PICNiGERS ATTENTION  We have    niade   arrangements  to have    a launch leave    the  wharf every'hour during Thurs  day afternoons and  on     Sundays after 10 o'clock in    the  forenoon  four the Green, "' and.  shell beach, where we have established  refreshment   booths.  Campers    wishing    plots    for  tenting sliyild apply early, as"  the   camping season is nearly  here.  flRS.  McKINNELLEY-  -I1UOH THORNLEY  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Adam are in  (Vancouver for a day or two, Mr.  'Adam having gone over on business  in connection  with his firm- here.  Bruce Ashman,^who is to wrestle  Sandy Swanson, in Nanaimo on lhe  18th of August, is in the city today  having arrived on  the noon' train.  "When is the new wharf to be  started," is the cjtuestion which is going the rounds in Ladykmith ai present. Seemingly no one has an answer.      '  Mr. John Dalton, accompanied by  his son and daughter, arrived in Lhe  citv this morning. Miss Dallon will  spend a few clays in the city, tho  guest of the Misses Morgan.  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars  .VICTORY LODGE, No. 01, T.O.G.T  meets every Saturday at 7:30 p.m.  in the I.O.O.F. Hall.  J. L. ROSS, Secretary  Judge Harrison arri\cd in Ihe city  on the Victoria train ' today for tho  purpose of holding county court this  afternoon. As there were n,r. cases  to come before him, however, no  court was held.  Mr. .Mulhollan.il, who was mentioned in our Nanaimo notes yesterday,  is at present 'confined in the Nanaimo hospital seriously ill. At last  reports, however, he was improving  slightly.   o -���������  Vancouver, July i>-J .���������Tho O. P.-R.  will in all probabilty _1oday request,  tbe Department ol" Marino at Ottawa  Lo order an enquiry in Lo the causes  of the running down oT Lhe Lug  Chehalis oh Saturday alternoon. by  the Princess 'Nictoria. Capt. J. W.  Tr������up, superintendent of tbe coasting service of (he C. P. R. said to.  day that iL was tho intention of the  company to ask for an invesLiga-  tis'i, and a message containing such  a request will MkHy be Lelngrapged  lo   OLtawa  lodny.  "The loss of life ntlc-nclnnl. upon  Lhe nccidi-nt is greatly regretted by  myself-and all (be V. P. R. officials"  said Capt. Troup, "and wc are anxious io fix the responsibility on ari3'  person. Yv"e wi'sli (o have the whole  affair sifted to lhe bottom, and tbe  blai.ie, if there is any attached Lo  tui.S puillciilar party ,or parties, plac  ftl where il- rightfully he-longs. The  relatives of I hose who wore drowned have our rieonost   sympathy."  Walters &  Akenhead  GARDEN PARTY  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2stli.  '  BY DORCAS GUILD OF   THE  CHURCH OF ENGLAND.  The proceeds to go for free excursion, for, Sunday School. Ice cream,  home-made Candy, lea, coffee, cake,  etc. Sale of work; all sorts of pretty, useful and'oriHamenlal things. Tha  City'Rand has kindly consented'lo yo  present.'   Commencing at 5   o'clock.  OF-  Blouses, Prints, Men's Hats &  Children's Straw Hats  To be  sold Regardless of Price������������������������������������We,;will  not carry  over this Stock  Mrs. .las. Provan .journeyed up lo  Nanaimo on Ihe noon train. TMi-..  Provan will' undergo nn operation in  the Nanaimo hjispilal, dining which  one of the 'bones of lhe face will  have to be exposed and scraped.".  The case of Capt. Griffin,, of the  Princess Victoria, who has |,ecn ar-  resla.l for manslaughter in connection with the rocent collision, will  come up for hearing in Vancouver  tomorrow.  Many of the Ladysmith people who  Labor Notes  Carriage workeis have chartered a  new iininn al  Nashville, Team.  The total momlxership of ajlipol amh  shot; workers'  unium   is about 32,000  The Brotherhood of Carpenters and  Joiners issued 'i-\ charters last unoiith  . The lives of I.M'l mine workers  were lost in the coal minies of Pennsylvania  during  IfMl-fi.  Minneapolis city council has fixed  the wages of laborers at $2 a (lay  for. eight hours.  Minard's Liniment cures  Cold,  etc.   . Minard's  Liniment cures  Diphtheria  ^wwwmwM^wmNwm wm mmw%.  A shipment Choice Upton's Pickles Just in���������Delicious and Appetizing���������The following are included in the shipment  Mixed Pickles,. Chow Chow,  Walnuts, White Onions  and   Piccalilli  WITH PATENT  STOPPERS, '  35c-  ^ _^^-������������������* .win i     -.-���������       ��������� -���������     ���������        ���������         ��������� - *��������� *      W     &* *t^  The  brewery    workers    will     hold  their annual convention in   Toronto,  Can., beginning -Sept. 0.  ���������������������������������������������  The    International Brotherhood  of  Teamsters     will     hold their annual  convention   in  Chicago  in   August.  ���������������������������������������������  Election returns from Tasmania,  show that labor in politico has gained three more seats in that island.  During the past year the organized  crafts of Frcepoit, 111., have reduced their boms from one to two a  day.  Boston' cigarmakeis won their  strike for an increase from 50c. co  $1 per thousand. 1,500 workeis benefit by  the increase.  Ninety-five 'disputes were reported  fco the Italian labor department as  having occur real during last March,  compaied with f>!) in the previous  month.  More  than  $1,500,000  was paid-in  sick and  death   benefits  last j car by  unions  alliliated   with   lhe    American  Federation of Labor.  _���������.������.���������  liisli Laborers' Collage bill passed ils second reading in the British  Mouse of Commons recently. The bill  authorizes a loan of $22,500,000 to  provide Irish laborers, with cottages.  ���������.������_  The latest addition to labor'sranks  is the United Brotherhood of. Rural,  Horticultural and Agricultural Wage  Earners of America;- the headquarters  is in   Dallas, Texas.'  Chas. Nugent, u. millionaire St.  Louis dry goods merchant, recently  entertained at diiwi/er at bis homo  250 workmen, who. haul jus't completed his  now residence.  The Gold Beaters' union of America. ma.de a demand on the manufacturer for the abolition of middlemen. ,A general strike was declared  several years' ago on .the. same basis  and   was won  by  the  unions.  MODEST CLAIMS OFTEN  ' CARRY-MOST CONVICTTON  When Maxim, the famous gun inventor, placed his gun before a committee of judges, he slated its carrying power to be much below what  he felt sure the gun would accomplish. The result of the trial was  therefore a great surprise, instead of  disappointment. It is the same with  the manufacturers of Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera' and Diarihoea Remedy. They do not boast ,of what  this remedy will accomplish, ,uut prefer to let the users make tlie statements. What they do claim, is that  it will u'oisibly cure diarihoea, dysentery, pains in the stomach and i>ow  els arid has never been known to fail.  For sale by The Ladysmith .Pharmacy. -  Print 'douses, $1.25, now .......    .85c  Print Blouses, $j .CO, now  ' .G5c  Children's Straw Hats,  1.50 now   U  Children's    do, $1.00, now 75c  Children's    do, 75c, now  50c  Eoy's Canvas' Hats, 50c, now:,.    .35c  Men's Hats, 65c, now .l.~:.-.      50c  Men's Hats, $1.25,. now .". 90c  lad^^s Cotton Underwear at Special Value  ������������������ ���������       ������    ��������� ���������     - ��������� ���������   ��������� ���������  SIM(N LEISER & CO Ltd.  NOTICE. , .   -  s  I have taken over, .the" scavenger business lately handled by M. Campbell  and am prepared to-do work- in this  line in first-class shape. Leave orders for heavy team work, scavenger  work, etc., with Messrs.' Blair A  Adam. Also any complaint, regarding scavenger work .will be attended  to if laid at this place.  ROBERT CALLANDER.  Ladysmith, B.C.  gmntnfrwiinffwwffnfnff ifrwwfffnrwwnrtffnriffnnffig  FRESH SUPPLY OF-  Hit). Ilultoii, Pori Veal and Beef  WE  HAVE ON  HAND  SOME VERY NICE-  ROLLED CORNED BEEF  | A. HOWE  ^ =    '     MEAT   MARKET ^  Try a Province Cigar.  LAUNCHING PARTIES.  Parties wishing to engage a first-  ellass launch for picnic or excursion  parties at reasonable rates should  apply to TI. BLAIR, Cecil Hotel;  City. Launch may be engaged for the  evening at any time' st  SCREEN DOORS  We offer all sizes in Screen Doors, complete with  Hinges, Etc, F^r  $1.50    EACH  NOTICE.  If you  want    to sell your chickens  for a fair    price, bring them to   J.  X. Smith's restaurant, 1st Avenue.  Knight's Book Store  ,,���������,,���������..���������..*.,���������..���������.,������..  "���������"���������..���������..���������..���������..���������������������������������������������������"���������  .������������������������������������������.���������.���������������������������������������������><���������..���������..  ..������..������.���������������..������..  >.���������..���������"������������������>���������.>���������..  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  Pioneer Wllm; Ms  1st Avenue, ladysmith, B. C  V. i. Riii;. Prop.  MANUFACTURKR OF I  Carbonated Beverages, f  "Qinrer' Beer J  v Friiit'Syrup3 $  P.   O.   Box   248 !  .     ���������   ' *  tf  LADVSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant  FIRST AVENUE. ^   Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  j  BARGAINS=-BARGAINS  Watches,   Clocks,  Silvetware,   Jewelry & Fancy  Goods   of all descriptions  all are to be cleared at n Greni Reduction to make room . for new shipments  1  Our UWBEHCE FOUflTMH PEN at $1.00 is a Snap  B  FORCIMflER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  e  FOR TODAY  Beef and Mutton,  E. G. PAN NELL  GATACRE ST.  LADYSMITH  *  . *  o  PICTURE  FRAMES  and latest  Patterns  and  Finishes in  FRAME MOULDINGS.  -������.-������.���������%.���������*���������  PLAQUES.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Granite and Marble Works  ���������  WALL PACKETS.  Pictures���������British and German.  Plate Mirrors.  Bevel  et eecttt ssssaeeaoeeese  ������������������ ������ *������ ��������������� a ������ee ������������'"*��������������� o������������������������  Passe Partout Picture Binding in  all colors. Just arrived from the  factory in the East.  Picture Framing Neatly done at  H.  KAY'S  wal!l paper depot  Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets,'etc., at the  lowest prices- consistent  wii-h first class stock and  workmanship. "Yrite - for  catalogue..  A.   STEWART,  '"���������'���������''.';'  ���������M-8 Yates St. Victoria B.C.  Snioke a Big B Cigar.  tBCMMjnma  1  have just received  a shipment' of  Mills'  High Urade  ENGLISH TOBACCOS  and  CSbARElTfS  at *h&���������  DRUG  STORE

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