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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jul 7, 1906

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 . ���������*, I*1,-? ������������������������������������'���������;������ * ' *���������*���������*��������� ���������*    /'iiJ^    * * J * "*-*C������i2  ���������jj-j^^fei^sf^efegffiffi.!  ji,  l\LjLd X  VOL.,2  S\T("RDAY  Juiy 7,   1900  PKICE FIVE CENTS  arr  r"rr  COWICHJiN NEWS  HTBUIIU)  BRIEt  --���������.4-%.���������  (From The Leadei)  Reginald   Stilwell   lefl   Tin   Knislan 1  on Thursday.  Rev. Mr. Smith, who has spent  the last six. months 111 the-Cowichan  district, left on Wednesday's liam  mi Vancouvci.  Mr (' IL D.c\io left on Saliiiday  las't for P01 llc.ni.1 Canal where he ev-  "iccts lo stay two oi three week*  looking iiflei his mining inleaesls. It  is said by many who have, seen the  country that t the pcssi/bilitics ate  icry great, uulgiimg fiom the piospcots  already disco\crcd.     <  Clearing hoifA" returns as tepoiled  by the local Bank Manage! aie dou-  )>le what the,v weie last yeai foi the  month of June. Wc did not learn  the 1 etuins List jcu so cannol give  the figiues.  William lloorei and a >o ng fellow working for him got in a miv  up on Tuesday aflemcrn with,, s,  U">ise and iio they weie dining The  consequence vas'a kiol.tn n-r, !*ut  neither lhe hor.se 11m Hi- i,mi wcr-'  liiluicd. '  Mi Aloso 1 Boyid , Was in Duncan  this week loolmnig, o ei lus company's  business    heie     Mr    Vu\d   f-\-i-.s'-i  11'  MAN WOULD NOT  mi yp cup  UDMM iOBGE  NUMBER TWO  1NST&IL OFFICERS  i*3>-*  The following lettei has been k  cened hy Mi. Jas. Adam, siciet.ii".  of the Vancouvci Island l'ooti.jill \-.  socialion, and is self expluiiatoi j  CumbciUind, B.C., July 3,   llii-i>.  Air. Jas. Adam,  BeaL  Su,���������1  leceived   youi    letter  sojue time ago, stating tlie laets   01  the case m regaicis to the lnteimeit-1 ., .   ^  /��������� 11 r ,1 , \hiw   Little ni^d Rosc-tti.   Ice cieam  iate tup, and .1 am fully coiiunc;;..! ,t,1,aw'.'���������',l1 c a  last eien'>,���������������, i)O.C. 13ro. W. G.  S.inpson assisted hy P.C., S. K  .Molti-vhaw,'and U.C., J. \V. Lewis,  uslalled the officers' of .the Ladysmith-Lodge, No. 2, K. of P. Aftei  tho installation cereinowies, fiofrcsh-  ments were prowded by Bros   Motto-  WESTMINSTER  Bill TEAM  NEARLY MOBBED  inii-a if' a  in   fins 1  Wis. hill   ll  He also  "i   I"'   '  the logging camp up (Ju-n  r>\ -1 ���������  n  1  1 le" 1 il U-  1 'li'*..I \,>il  ' 0 1 I  ��������� '      ' ...     I.  s.., I  Ml;    Vi-  !"( ii'l is u>l liu. iu Inl', , 1 10.. 1. ]!(.  evrecis 1 1 [ 1 l n 1 ��������� ' *,' li","l u  feet.  NANAIMO VS.  LADYSMITH  that what you have written is tine.  1 laid the mattei befotc Mr. F. 11.  Caiey, who is caretiaKier ot the cup,  aud he said that when the Associa  turn, that is the Ouaibetland A^s..-  ciatiou, held a lueetmg aud directed  him to hand over the cup to Ladysmith, he would do &o. Now, Mr. Caiey knows as "well as 1 do thai. thci$  is no association in Cumberland. A*  this beeinecl *r to me to be anothci  poor excuse tor holding on, I consulted some ol the men Ayho played loi  that cup. All ol them retiiscit tu  have anything to do with it, out,  did not. know* wlial business v'aie*,  had with the cup.  Sieeing that no one wa.s liiteie-l'-'d  iu the matter, 1 decided to have ihe  lacts. published    in  the   local   papei,  The Mews," so that the genei.il  public could sec Uiein, but is ������������������. ,���������,--  i scut m the letter, Mr. Carey he-  came interested, lor -when tlie , news  appeared in print, all that was. pub:  lisned was  two or three lines, '"'s-a't,-  boing the principal luxury.  During tihe ceiling a v������iy cnjo\-a]jile  piogramuie ol -songs anil toasts was  inidered by the jollowing, gentlemen  tyong_j. \v. Lewis���������Old Black Joe  Song-��������� S. K. Mo'tti-shaw���������Song o  tlie South.  Song���������tiomcr Tiehame���������Olf Church  Hells.  Toaist���������Retiring officers. Respin.i-  ed to by A, Mo'lat and S. K. Mot-  ttshaw  Song���������Cf K Simpson��������� Where the  Sliamiocks Grow.  - Song���������Jesse Evans��������� E\ery  Nation  has a  Hag but the Coon.  Son-;.���������lohn Bellis ���������A Longing in  my Heait for  You,  Louise.  Toast���������To the new officers. Res.  ponded to hv J. Bellis and J ALis-  tfis  Song���������J.  Masters���������Mona  Song-di   F.llis.���������Wild Colonial Hoy  Sonh���������A Moffat���������Never Miss the  Layer till trie hog, inn*-. Wiv  I'oast���������Rath-wine  Sisters.   Respmd  ing   thai 11 the L-adysmuh    lootiJI   f,,|' to     hy    Jes,tc  Kvans aiwl .).   W  .^  Tomotrow at 2 o'c'Joek m U^ afternoon, the Nanaimo senior baseball  ���������team will meet, the Ladysmith seniors foi an exhibition game of. ball.  A match .should'have been played between these I wo teams on Sunday  '[last according-to schedule, but the  Nanaimo men, ha1, ing a game at  Jo.ne, f n,i foi toil the match heie ITow-  'e.er, to-moirow's game, altnough  rnlv an exhibition afiair, \\ iU be played *uM, lis haul, and will he well  woith witnessing. The Ladjsmith  line-up will le as follows .) Ken,  A. Monison, A- Crossan, .!.- Duiibnu,  Delcourl- Claike, Ulanuel, M Ron,  .1   Ross, F. Ingham  The Nanaimo iiiWMip ,i<5 conlained  in the Iknalcl of this morning, will  l.e as follows  Catcher��������� I1.   AiLUen  PiUlipr���������II    l-'aiii   1st   Mas.���������.)    An ken  2nd   Base���������Cii.iiinm  Mrtl   l-Sasf���������Gordon  Short   slop���������Li file  Iciglit   field���������fJrccn well  Cent ii-   field���������Wilk in'on  Lefl   Field-Ashman.  Uinb wanted to know anything about  the cup they should write to ."-I. F.  11 Carey, who. was the sccietary of  the Association I infer Irom tl .s  that it was none of my husursss.  'flits is tho one thing that disgusts  me���������Why did not 'Mr. Carey call a  meeting of tlie Ai-wociation ,-,( ine was  the secietary? It muy,be that the  cup is.the testloolcirig piece' of lui-  nituio he has*' in house^aiuTTswont  to gisc il up. Lam .\ery sorry that  i can do nulling more foi yon, hut'  hope that \ou will accept what I haw  done in  the interest of tiue siioit.  1 icmaiii, youis truly,  ALEX MAKWIiLL.  THOUGHT SHE  ATS LIZARD  A si range opera'tion h.as been     performed  within  live past few  days   in  Pari,-;,  where a   woman has Iiolmi cured  of  an  imaginary ;i'0'iu,p!auit of  40  year-'-' shui.ling by aiuinnowvut deception    on      the  part, of a  well  knuiwii  doctor.    .The  patient  in  question    is  Alnic.   Livmaitre,  m  native of  Normandy, who, forty years ;���������������;''��������� when a little  girl,   >h:'   imagiiiied   that she    had  swallowwi     a   li/.anl while, quenelviiig  her thirst-'n a  si ream.     I''ivim    that  time until  the  other day she remained firmly convinced  that she  was entertaining      this   un welcome guest,  in  her imside,     and   her si ill en'tigs    were  certainly  real  enough,  however  f.tbii-  lous their-cause'might-(he.   According  li) her'own    story the "T^ard-    when  young,!behavod itself renuu:k,nll,lly well  ��������� milder     what,     nttiv     all,     must  have  been   trying 'circumstances     for  a. saurian  of -active habits���������and     bis  host s 11 ITere-!I no discomfort  i,0   he^in  with, but as he  grew older  Ik;   grew  bolder, and, seized with the    wand-r-  ltist of joyous  youth, he set out     ���������n  his jnurnej-s in .qiuest "of ad vent ure.   in  his dame's interior.     The consrviiien-  ecs   to   the     unforluiin'te \ictim   -vi 1 r.  nv<;t    disagree.iiihle,     and'she suILmyiI  the eruelest agonies diirinjr" '..he creature's explorations.   I'he years   passed on, and.'istr'aiige to say, tho    liz  ard showed     no     signs of    quieting  down.     On the contrary at an    age  when   any    self-respecting   li*/������id   \.\  well  on  in  his  dotage   this   atxumn  able cieaturt, seemed more lncly ami  daimg than ever.   What addcd  to madam's guet was the  tact tdiat alLthe  doctors  whom  she consulted  laughed  at her  to hei face, yet,     she    could  {pi>uitest. her     pains in all conscience  weie real enough.    Only one   doctot  showed her auy  sympa'thy,   but    he  showed rathei tso much, foi he    as-  aiued  hei  that she had not only one  but at  least half a  dozen li/aids    in  her inside.    Fortunately, he als0 ad-  v'ised Jiei   to go to     Paris,   to     tlie  Cochin  hospital,   Veipeau ward,   and  there, in  the person of Dr. Riohelol,  she- at List  found someone who under,  stood her case,  aud     who saw tliat  she  was  the    \ ictim    of an pbscuie  nervous disease. ���������/The only way     Ms  cure her, he "knew. ��������� was to humor her  fancies,   and  accortl^nigly ��������� the.-  good  doctor,  having  provided himself with  a  fine and    particularly,   ugly lizard  nearly  twelve  inches in length,,   ar-  rangod  everything as  for an  important and imposing operation, administered an anaestilietdc,  made a   superficial  incision in the woman's     side,  and  when  she  awoke���������-lo and behold1'  there, wai' her enemy as large as lite  in   the    .surgeon's    hands.     The poor  creatui-e's joy  was indcscritoble   and  by  a cmi'jus revulsion of' feeling the.  lizard, which.* in  her  belief has    .been  the   cause   of  all    her .tortures,   has  awakened ia   deep and   abiding devotion  in   her  li'.'ai't, so  that she is never tired of petting and 'fondliiiig. ��������� it,  and alter exhibiting  it  to the    ga-.e  of the  curious    in  the window   of   a  eremeiie in the Foub:iui"g-Montmartre  she. is going  to   take  it hack    to  her  home in Normandy.   Meanwhile Mine.  Lemaitro is perfectly cured,   -but   the  question    arises,      what  will  happen  when she knows the -truth? as she inevitably  must sooner  or  later,    considering that the legend of the li/ard  has    penetrated' to   every eornor   nf  France.    The case recalls the   storii**  so  common    in   the    countryside,    of  penple   who'have    passed their   lives  with frogs, adders aiwl other strange  beasts inside them; and it is not   s0  very long ago since the preserved :,o-  dies  of  these aM'^ahs���������igiuarnntreil   10  have been  taken from  their patient's  interiors���������formed the regular steel' in  Evidently the. New Wostinin&lei  baseball team had lathci & tough  urns ot it when they aitem-pled to  j.iay idaine basehkitj the othei da),  .1- the following lioni the Uail\  i\e\is will show.  The M'w \\eslmint>Ur UseuiL  iiwie ieft. the other mornm^ foi lilaiiio  under the impi*es5-ioii ihat they weie  going to play a hall game, and they  meant to ciijOy^ theins.Llies. That an  o. I'leni'i-etuiine-d home safe and sound  111 wmil and liriub was only due 1o  t> e suemious eiioil of a do.wn pome olliccis, wlio had all then won.  out out to prfcSDiic some semblance  01 orilei on thc held where the so-  called game was taking place.  Whether tlie; fact thai the Amen-  c'.ns were celdhiating the Glorious  frourth had aiijuhing to do with 11  is a miatter ol dispute, ihui it is  certain that^the visitors were iecei\-  ed in a most'disgracelul nunner a  ciowd of, hoodlums, who not ooiitoiu  \ ith .hiirling all the vile epitephs,  v ith which the Ameiican westein Ian  guagc is enriched, at the men who had  travelled' -, there, to play a Iwuidh  game of ball,'attempted <0 mob them  because they rciused to su-banit to  lhe decisions' of a man who evuknt-  ly believed he liAd .been elected um  1 ne on the - understanding that he  i". otild decide the game in lai 01 1 I  ihe Blame bunch.  All hough decisions   weie const."null",  tc.iig     gnu-n     against them by   this  craven     apology for an umpire,   and  every hall  ihrown by   the Blame pi 1-  eher was called a strike, the   Westminster   players stuck     to tlie game  until the'sixth innings, when hegavi.  a decision ,$o  glaringly  wrong   that  even    Jim    Blaine playeis protested  against  it, and asked hun to   retire  from the field.' The Ncw-Wesuninstei  J>o}S refused     lo    eontiiius the game  unless another umpire was appointed,  and    when this  was made kuown to  the gang   of toughs   that suiiouulcd  the diamond,  the\  nnule an   attempt  to break into  tihe game with tlie 111  teution  ot  mak>iiigi    trouhle for    the  men they" had invited to \1s11    them  on the    occasion     of  then    national  holiday,   and weie anxious lo    niani-  \   bill   rrino.1115  the  intcimal  ieve- Jfe-1 thoir     in lependence by   mc,l������bnig  , ".   . ...   .������������������ .     the ball plavers      It took the    com  mie fav Horn alcohol  used  101   mcch- ,������*���������,*���������  I bined enorts of twcK^  policemen    lo  111 the Miileni''  FINANCIAL REPORT  OF B. & A. FUND  Two Deaths Have Occur ed Dur  ing thc Past Six Months-Expenditures and Receipts  Lewis.  '���������Song���������N.  K    Mottishaw���������Roekod li������  the Cradle of The Deep.  Son-g-���������iGomer   Trelurne ���������   I<*a>ithfnl  Sailor, Boy.  The Ohanniaii, Mi. .1 McNeil, in  his closing remaiks, complunenticMt'Uii-1  leuung olhcers cn the \eiy eflicknt  work rerformed by them during tin-  past term, and congratulated the  kllge on iU" miit('ri.il inerea&i!"'in  mein'l.ership, and nourishing fumci  ally.  A    '.et\      oimijable     e\ip.n'uig    was  hi ought   Ut a     clrs-'     hy all ireenl  i^iii'j-iii'*; "Auhl Lani, Syne."   , i  ALCOI10I,  AND TIIE  WEST  The following statement by tiie sec  rcl.in of the Wollinigton-Exttiision  iAIedic.il, Accident and Burial Fund,  itji. i. l.ty.ie, lias la^n \eiy niiidii  iiiiin.iL-.i in 10 1 lie l.L-Uge-i loi 1.1.1b 1-  cition ,  .111. j-n side in and Uentlemeii.  uuiiiig Uie si.-, moiuiis to.eicd b*,  iins .siatt-rntJii, two '..eathi iia>e o^-  ^iiiieu, ihat oi AH. ivqjiinjj, wlio was  ..iiicu 111 aij, > lume ou o.u.u.Uw<iy lu,  ��������� >vu, aud >- n.ii.no, who uiccl 111 ihe  ...au.uuio ij-ospital l-luoikgu nijUiiOh  n.cLj.eu iu -No. .1 mine July   lu, uiu.i  (j-. o special asse"������,siiiciit was leuou  at .>u c.ntw, hall tnc usual iate, aui-  o-nuiig 10 *t"ji i.'������. wnji Uie icgui-  ai asic-ssiuiiit, donation Hum -ui  l>. n.siiii.u, .m.I a uilauce ot "M ui.  iiom uttolKi .speual as^cssmiMu, oui  iui.il ineoiiic lot the si\. ii.outhb was  M, 457.1 J,  iotat uisbtiisenieiiis  ioi   the    saint  j^LiioU   was   p I,'')id 6i>.  . lie loilowmg is a. staieinent ol ie-  'i.pis and ilisbui.seinents.  Keceipt-i.  L.il   on hand, .Nov.  lo   ..    "t>.i,'Si,ti %i  Lai    ���������..-.l    Npu.   AsSjss.   .. 1 liu  .���������5icci.il Assess.  Ul V.i  nujulai Assess ...     . Ubb His  i������on    .Ur.   Duiisiuiiu ..       lou 00  Ai'rlilipd and found collect  JAMES MALP \RS,  JAS. GILCHRIST,  THO^IAK KERR  lle'ielit'S paid by the ahove funrl  f.>i  I line.  \    Strang  ���������  ���������^.30 Oi)  ')   Wnght .  79 Of  las.  Steele   ..  in -in  i-    Fc>.2,lioiu  39 Oil  L   Meis.,    ...  >.  s un  \   I'orlrev  7 Hd  '.   Dehriine   .  in iio  Iios.  Koye .  1 1 Oil  .V111.  Russell  . .           . ..  5 00  ���������������������������'. Lowe .  5 Of)  V.  E   Ililreri,  hmeral expenses  ��������� Ino Nummy  ���������i  sr> no  '-501 Oh  ATTEMPTED SUICIDE  $5,257 ������7  2'-.l OU  Kio :������j  ii  '2.\  iJisihutst>iiii-iits.  Al    tug ham,   balance  .saiainio lloiijutal  . .  cm.   Joseph's  Hospital  ...  <\    E.  llilbeit, luneial   e.v-  , ..uses,   \V.   Ivipluig,   ���������jiS.'i ,  C    Saiino,   ">83 .     170 00  I'.enefits and  c\ptuses 1,030 05  C.sh on hand, May  18,  'oti. 3,721 li  $5,257 117  I0UGENE LOWE.  Secretaiv  IJellevilJe,     Cnt,   July   fi��������� Shc.itlv  . u-re    (i     o'clock last nigh I,   wh.n  Viss l3owler  went into the house she  as bonified   to  find hei   father, Da-  ��������� I liowler,  13 years of age, hanging  loin a 'li-earn m thc back kitchen  111  I'ethioesof  death.   Mr   Bowler lost  U'i legs two veins ago near   Xew-  a-itle by  being rim over by a   train,  id had two    artificial  limbs.      l'e  r.nl tiak'en the straps from them, and  f.ts.ened them  about his  neck.     Th���������������  tLughter ga\e the alarm, and   neig,h-  lins came     and the   man  was    cut  iljwii.     Doctors were soon on   hand,  .nil aftei  much dimculty brouglit him  a'otuwl, althoi g'.i a nuniile lcngei    in  I's position  would 1 ha\e ended fatally,  Wr    Bowler  coii'duets  a   pros[>crous  1 stauraiK,    but    has  been   diiukin*;  luavily lately, giivjng as ^n evcuse   a  i am from the stump ol the amputat-  el leg     He was taken to the county  Mil  anlcal 01   iiwliwtiial purposes has 1 e- I protect the players [10  cei.llv .I'Xii    tassed In* the   Congress   r>|  the  ,110b  or the I nited States and signed by  the piesident. It is piophesicd that  this act  will have  thc most import-  Anutihcr um])iii*c was jilaee.d in the  f'.eld, .ui'.l his decisions, , while hy no  means tan,  were not quiitc so bad as  .those oi  tlie     mon  he succeeded, and  ant   tom-meicial   results   of anv law     ���������       -   -  things went on until the fust of the  eighth innings, when the score st,1 od  I) to 7 in fa\oi   of Maine   New *i\esl  st-ry.   chances and Called Smith, out. nicaiis of a  shifting den, got the ter  from-;     'I'liis was such    a glaring- iniustiice   lilied  ntctcil by-the present Congress.   In  oiidei   lo   he   free  of tav   the  alcohol  must bo .denatured under direction of , min^M was letting with the^htsps  Goveinmcnl officials, that us, treated f||lli n|ld A ftO0e, ch;ncc of ft,liai,/IJV._r  hv some process which will so changa lhe soou. on Ul0 lv:.v(< lut Smith  ibs nature tliat it will jp imnpssVMe lllH, to a,ivkln'.-e'towards thud Iwsc.  to use it l..r drinking m any form, j wJlt,n Uie lA[chel llhiew Uu, ball lo  The passwig of this law in Uie Un- th1 second .baf-eman Smith got hack  itcd States calls attention to the to t)ie ,JdSe jCJll��������� )>efoI(1 thc ha!]  possi'bilities ot such .an industry in n(>Aeli������l the bascmsoi, and was sland-  Cai.,ida, and m re parlieularly m ,ng there, when -it was caught, but  WniVtern Canada. Any substance coni. uve umpire seeing -*Uc ganve ahoul, to  taining starcli or sugar may become,^ lost to Blaine, would taJ:e no  the basis ' for an   alcohol    inidustry  l.o.v grade-.grains or the refuse froi,, , [1IS was sucn a glarinQ-. ���������,,.  sugar refineries are ameng the moi;t tibafthr visitors refused to finish'th-r  'important'; and with The amount of jK&mC} alU| rotirrd from the held  soft wheiat which is .unfit for markeU Umpire No. 1, who had beei'i callim:  ing; or the waste from the beet su- foll| na,nws ,.��������� al| tj���������.',:i,lVeis iluring  gar industry which, is growing up in !,-���������. w)10|.e of Uw ,pamiCi MOlV ^^  Southern Alberta, there i.s ample ma- ijiitteil' in, and was spoiling for a  l-erial at luui'tl lo buil'd ,iip a. great light,, ,)t,t before he could he obliged,  manufacturing i^li'stiy * a j1Qii(wmau  intcrfc-re-d,  and he     was  The uses to. which alcohol may he taken 0IT to the police station. Sev-  ]-,ul, coiiHiM'TciaJly, are endless. Iu 1M-a| o(,lvpl- a,nests were made during  Clermany it is 1 sal -as a substitute die luogress of the game, but this  for gasoline in small ir.l'er.nal com- bad no cii'ec-i. on the rest 0i the embus Won emrines, aiiii in open oompe- iool.*ers wh0 p^rsistied in insiilliia"jn������'t,hq  l.ilion  it has made a '|Waee for itself   pluyeTs.  lo .such n.n extent thai, lhe alcohol 'Hie'\Te\v*'Westminster players wore  motor has been developed lo a stage very much surprisi-d us well a.s ' disci f great, efficiency. This argument gustad at the'treatment they reeeiv-  wa.-i a'dvancuii i������efore the Coitgression- Cl- on i]iC occasion of Mi-sir visit and  al committee, though at the. praKe-nt now hold a very .dilTenent idea of the  time.it -was felt that the greater real climaeHer of the followers 01  part of the output would be utilized America's national oame.  in the paint aiwl varnish and ohemi- 1 The New Westminster team was  cal trades at a much belter price composed of the following' Catcher,  than the automobile owner eou'lil at'- Malcohnson; pitoher, PeeTe; 1st' Wise,  ford. In Canada the price of gaso- Sinclair; 2nd base, Smith;' Un] use,  line is a 'Strong. ar.giiJii.ent. in favor |Addison; short stop, Lewir>; centre  of this reduction iu the excise. Small 'field, Hyall; left field, Price; right  gasoline 'motors are in gnaat damand 'field, Sylvester  in the West, and in aiktition there is  ^lRCUS CARS  ARe WRECKED  A BRUTAL  ASSAULT  ���������*^-���������������  Saskatoon, Saslc, July 7.��������� Wild  animals and ciicus paraphernalia hll-  nig thiee cats weie ditclied five miles  inn th of 1 lie citj early this morning  a.'.'l the attendants ot the twenty-  tluee-car tra.ni ol Noins t*c Rowe'i,  gigantic shows, cnioute to exhibit m  l-'nnce Rupeit weie put to their wits  en.; 10 corral tlie teriifiad and cm aged animals about to re-gam their lib  eriy 'lhe trick African lioness' cage  was bent and twisted, while. "Victoria" made- the night '.hideous with  her     savage     yells.     Nervy men by  a   feature  presenting   many  possibilities of_expansion, providingJhe price   city��������� l.odiaiy and is   locv'-nny ii,.),, thee  and angry  beast  into "another  cage.       -,.  t- lopping about 411 the prairie was  a sea lion that was easily bended into a suitable enclosure. The office  ear of 11- S. Rowe, the mtuiajger, acjil  tlic performing apparatus was splintered and scattered into a inixcd Hl-cl-.  ley of tickets, records and broken  fin niMire, as lhe result of a rail  spreading.  After considerable cffoit, the elephants and camels were pacified, aiul  '.hough the jolt the whole train, load  received was enough to jar the slats  oil the elephants, everything will he  in shipshape for Saskatoon's big circus day.  JAPAN'S GROWING '  INFLUENCE IK CflLV-V. .  Mr. Eraser, the British consul gen- '  era I at, Hankow, warns the British  public that the present foreign trade  of Great Britain wind China will  only be maintained with the I'lrost  difficulty. Tin' spirit, of -ipnositiou  to foreign enterprise   n    *"-e      nntry,  Hiampton, July 7.-���������This morning,  "Scotty"' McDonald attacked John  McDonald with a hammer, and after  si.iimmg him slashed him with a  pocket lnilc, .opening his .abdomeni so  Ins bowels protiuded, hud bate hill ngs* and severely cut him m th"  back. It is scarcely thought the in-  |i led  man  will  recover.  Some  four  weeks ago a  man  named Johnston was struck with a wlris-  ;mcv bottle and his head  was cut open  for three inches.     Johnston  laid    in  formation    and    "Scotty" McDonald  was sent to jail for   thirty days.    J.  McDonald, his  chum,   was  Uie    qhief  witness   in  his  behalf,   and his     evidence was given 'with a view to clear  Scotty,    huti    pro ned futile.     Scotty  ..icrvcd his time here and was lifcte-rat-  ed   on   Saturday  morning.     He   evidently  imagin-id that tbe evidence of  his chum was directed more to   convict him thau bj clear Jiimtand filled  himself   with   whiskey  here Saturday  and  laid     in  wait for McDonald   all  night.      In  the early  morning  as   lu-  was going for cows,   Scotty attacked  l-iin  a.s   stated   with  a   hammer   and  I nife.     The injured man regained con  .sciou.sr.iess and walked across n    two  hundred acre farm 1.0 Win. Gardner's.  Gardner  at  once sent for a    doctor,  aji I notified the authorities here.  Scotty reached Brampjlcn about  S--J0 and much to .Tailor Molartd's  surprise presented himself and asked  to .be locked up, stating that he was  unjustly imprisoned before^ ib-ut now  lie- had  done . somethiiijg worth wihile.  t-rii'de of    many    of     our  quacks.���������London Graphic.  traveling  he says, is    now     mnnif.'... -n <   vsiif  Mr. A. It.  Ui-s, of Seattle,; is iivlh.-)   amon-g the classes of the Chinese p->o-  .    ,   ,   ,  .        .- .    . r,     ,   ,     1 .....   ,,ile, after la  fashion that does not :id-  of alcohol is satisfactory, lov %���������!!- m-trie light question. Mr. lies states ,nit of two interpretations. In,- v-  ing jiurposcvs tl,c alcohol lamp with that lie would be willing lfl inshl��������� ������������������ irtl?r o[ ,he H.psl is 1o ,w n,ev  incniidesmit mantle has a most pro- lights in Ladysmith if he w.1? gremt- *,-njov tbe privileged position in 'remising field., and will surely .become ,,| a franchise without any bonus ' w,vl lo ln-ul concessions 0r trade ������a-  nn    imnortanl      rival of J.*erosei.e   in   whatWfr     from   Uie  city,     lie    will   i-ilitops to win, h he has sc long; b������*n  places where gas, electricity, Gr ace-  submit a proposition shortly lor con- 'accustomed.   Japan apreats to finite  &������<������ villaSes fff ���������** ^^ce no on*  tylene are unaA'ailable, sicieration of the Council. !n���������ns,ideriiihlv in this- chamre of thimrs. \^<* visits a treaty port  The Chinese former dislike for th.?  Japanese, aco.-nding t0 Consul Fraser, ha.s been transformed into keen  admiration, nnd the latter has now  I ho advantage not only of tho geo-  iMap'hiU'al position, but. of his kinship,  und similarity in thought a.ml cus-  t 1111, which particularly fit him for  ;:'netrating into ihe interior and push-  ,considerably in this change of things. jL's ������������������~-"       ���������*-e������*������jpJi*.Ja_i^.yx^. ���������  THE LADYSMITH OAILYLEDGEB  ���������  IHI DAILY LEDGER  I'uhliehed   every   day   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  IHE  DAILY LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE  AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION  One.  Year  (In advance)   ...  One Month  _   .  .   $5.00  50 cents  SATLRDAY  Juh  19015  rho following editorial on the San  Francisco disaster is from tbe San  l-'runeisco 'Ex.imiiiei ol June 10th,  .imI was handed into this oflice wilh  l ho   leipiesi     leu    public.U ion"  The earthquake wlmli devastated  the beautiful uij ->i Snn Fnmciseo  v as accompanied b.v intiiij dieaduil  icatuivs, Ti'i-ioi. iue, temporal y  famine and link oi w liter���������all thoMj  lbe j . ople h.ul lo meet Hut all  thuse .nc  matters hr-vomi    human i on  ti-ol.  The \voi-=.t I lung about the eai Ui-  quake, the most shameiul n oni thc  hiiniiiii point oi view, was tho lactj  ihat ceitaiu clergjmeii and otheis!  attributed the dieaduil visitation to  a voluiuai*i act nl divine ouonipot  ence.  Thoie were actually lotuid men  blasphemous aud nieligiotis euoug  ���������even in the pulpit���������to dedaie that  San Pi anci&co fa desti uctiou was thu  deliberate and voluntary act oi the  Power  ruhug   the  Universe.  Many of our readers have wiittcn  letters on this subject and have aslc  ed foi the opinion oi the newspapci  We have deferred it until now "ihe  only necessao i eply it seems to us  is   this:  Tho eartWqunko which shook and  the fnc which destroyed San Fi anci&co destroyed tho saloons and Unchurches It struck down thc public schools, and it buried in cello is  the fiie-proof   safes of  the banks  The lite licked up tho little houses   of  the  pom     and   it   levelled     lo  %3Sgii529Sig������&3  "TWO ME  MAY LOOK  ALIKE  The on������> will   ho honest   and  reliable.     The other  questionable. So with boots   All  hoots  that look well are not honest.  Heckle's,:   Boots    arc     ALL  LEATHER,     and     made    to  meet      western     requirements  The    logger,     the prospector,  anil the miner can depend   on  them when far from   the   busy  haunts of men.  A s k    your    dealer    f o r  ���������'LECKTE BOOTS," and take  no substitute.  Manufactured by  I  the ���������.'round the gie.it mansions eiect  ed by the pouei ol moimoiis- foi-  tunes.  li ever human hi nigs vv llnessed an  exhibition oi vast eneigv working a  long the lonioreseless unchang'iHg  lines oi law, and regal dless of in-  di\iduals oi conditions, such a lorce  was  witnessed at  S.in Ji.uicisco.  Old gras-hauod men lost then lives., ^ind the powei winch cut their  thread at tho OMieme end also c aus  ed the cle.ith oi ihilcbeii not yet  bom  l'oth God jieivcit judgement' Or  dot'i> the Minigliiv poiveit justice-   ���������Job   via,  ::  WJial jnaii, having sludied tlio in-  vaii.iblc jusl u e ol Ihe I'uuei that  riih"- us, oi hJmi in.in knowing the  b.isi-. ol leligion -nlii.il has luiiU oiled t l.e uoi hi iui two thousand  3e.1i-., loiiIiI siil;;,,-, ih.it the my s.-  te. le'h nu ouipieiii iisibli1 and lieui1-  b< n'l 1 |,nwii .iliii.i us iiiiilcl be  c.ip.tMo ol miusliie ri m.lisi umm-  .ilc- sl,jiic.hii" .uid desi 1111 l ion 111 the  cfioii to ]niiiisli miliv idu.tls in a  1 lass  Tlu'ie is llu- old l.ible ol ire lame  boa1 seeking to di.ve nw.i.v the Hv  that disun-in.<! i(- ui.istei s sleep He-  pi.itudl.v the ll- .iliu'hl"'. on the ia<c  01 the sleeping iniu and iepe.iti"d!v  thc vigilant, i-ovw'il be.u diovo Ihe  !lv    away  At last, oui of p.itifiuc and de-  termiiiffl to pi.nisli iJie flv lhe bear  sci'-eil an *- ni" mous 1 o< k and cm-.h  ed tin* fl. lo ihMih VI the same  time the beai unshed out ol all  shape the fao- nnd bead ol its  sleeping masici ,  Tho mind co null as to at 111-  bult' the S.-n I'iMiiiisio dis.isiei lo  the deliberate will 01 Cod conscious  lj comp.ues llu' Divinity to that  bear crushing vh.u ii loved 111 the  cfioi'l    10 kill  a  d\  Tlic gieal iiniwis.. mu tin,\ enith  and the btil- inseiis upon it that we  call men, aie nl' lnled bj laws, ct-  einal ( v fi Lisl 111-; vilhoiit beginning and lievii 1d end. These laws,  ul lerly bev nml oui lompiehension, nl  ways working aloiiu the niy.sterii.ius  path of process ihal was ma iked  out thousand ���������> ol billions of centui-  urics befoie oil' sun was created,  never changed, and thev know no  exceptions  "For tie m.iketh if is -am to rise  .ni the ni il ami ou ihe good, and  sonde! h 'rn m on Ihr uist unci unjust"  ��������� M.if I'hew.   v,    1."  Tbue is no distinct ion oi mdivid-  1 a Is, in iho i\ 01 king 01 "Clime's  laws 'J lie jjicaL wuidstonn 01 wind  or 01 cold ram spares one -sheltered  nesl .and kills the young birds, m  Lbe other. Are those birds which  you sec upon thc giound buds that  have smned, and that wore destroy  i_d by a special diepl.iy 01 Divmo  pouor?  Weie those cluldien 111 San Eran-  (.isLo th..- doliberaieli planned uc-  t mis ol tho Omnipotent l-'orco that  mil's  ihe   iiiiner.se',  Tho .siiyg.-sl ion is tod .-lnuiictul,  iho thought is iinv.oi I h\ 01 a goul  la  Tlie  lonicmpl.itioii   ol   Snn   Pi ancis-  iii   lodjv,   and       the   st .il.\     ol   that  gie.it lone    iisiiic;    Iiom   the    earth's  ceniio    and   shaking     Us   siiifmc    lot  a   few   sc( (Hills  m nils,       not  ,      , , i 'J'bv  pr.ui ies  bouu  should   st ir  up   m   oui J  , ,   , (Tbv   lorlil  luoilll ,        supi'l-Sl ll 10111 j  . , .      .,    , , ,    . I tain   st eel),  ideas v\uitli.\   oi   the  Midlh   agi's,  but  Cisco Inn I cvoi.v good cili/en in the  Tinted State, Thai b.v.uiiiul ] o.-i,  that 1iv.l1 i-iiuiiii.'. , fh.u noble American gate on the- I'.k iK Oec.m, the  pride 01 the Aiuciiian 1 cuple, pi o-  ves m wealth, bo.iu'v end, lei tility  iho   uniiminiU'd   goodiu ss   m     nature  "vpiie /fvorl'd \n������wcd lhe calamity  with alleclionale synipath.v li looks  with admiration upon the coinage,  tho swut M'cuiislruMivo powei, -show 11  bv the striiken ���������.oniiiiunit.v \nd a"  men 10111 i'i Iho ringing of that 11 *vv  voise added   lo  lhe  national  nnihcm,  Anienca" wiiilui nv l>r \ nn Pykf  and insl.iiiilv iidoptid bv 1 h j n.i-  11011  I   love   thov    inlnnd  '-wis,  Tli.*i   tapes   .mid  yi.inl    1 ri'i's  Tin    lolling   |.l,im*-  Thy   inn-tons',   wide   and   deep,  elss   sweep  111.1111   and   1 <)( kv       niouu-  1r 1  9 10  day  ;n;*na!i   & Nanaimo Railway  1 1   -   1 ...isniilli tor Victoria and  all  111 teimediate stations    at  ���������    d ..1   , and ,tt  ."> 00 p.m. on   Wednesdays, Saturdays,    and     Sun-  at  1 I   .  Sun *..v ���������  1 -i'.s   lave   '.a-fisiiutti  for  'Veil Ingtan  *nd '.il'   1. u cucii.tir stations  dailv.  and   at 7:011  p.m.    on  , Wed e-. I.ivs,   Sat.'idavs   airi  ��������� sii 1   I h'Kti s- ^___-^-.  11  goo.1  the  re  UNSM.ETO   AND   FliOM   Sli    STAIKiN*-*  L-.Oiii-*;   j.  iH'iy   Saiuiday    -  nd  Sundays,   tei-uiiiig not   laler than  , ViUjf,    MiHItl.l) . --   Steams/ *;i 2 ii =  Sails  f--..!,i   Lhjystnith .*��������������� Vancouver evcrv Satin day at C 00 a m   mil  luiniiiji  s.nls  fiom   Vancoii^r     for   Ladvsrnfth ul 2 SO  n m.  Ai'  con 1 ago  of     I ho  intense admiral ion foi llu  and the 1 ei nperat ing powei  hiiiii.in  nice  Jt is a tat I thai lai from nighten  ing S.in l*'i ancisi o or discouraging  hoi people I lie cmi th(|iinkc and con-  flaginlion h.ne onlv added a new  vigoi to iho gieal Uesiein land, and  new   detcriiiiiiai 1011  The sfbools that were binned arc  reopened under tints The banks  that weie dosiiotcd have dug up  then* iT-seis " 0111 (he 111 ins and aie  opi 11 I'm business m tompoiaiv  sh'ds Stuei lailwuAs arc being  lebuill sioies aro opened in all direct ions. Ro.tl estate is if anything  moie 'valuable than it was before  thc  great   accident   happened  San Franc isco and her people realize which oieruhclmecl them for a  moment was thc work of relentless  unthinking forces in Nature, and not  lhe deliberate and wilful act of Om-  nipolenl     Power  The  blow   that   struck   San     Fran-  Simll|;lit Soap is better than other snaps, bit*  sb;-5t when used in the Sunlight wa> . ,  ���������fn.v   Sunlight Snip <c)d 'ollowDirections  Union made.Capital & Nugget Cigars          a.i\   '.1  fry Capil-il and Nii������g*ei fcigars  i  Alinaid's   Liniinent   Co.,  Limited,  Deal Sirs���������This fall I got tin own  .011 a fence and huii my chest veiy  bad, so 1 could not work and it bint  me to breathe. I ttied all kinds of  Liniments and they did me no good.  One bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT, warmed on flannels and applied on iry breast cured me completely.  O.  II.  COSSABOOM.   -  Rossway," Tlighy-Co.; N.S.  DAY  SCHOOL  Usual subjects taught, also language" drawing 111 pencil aud crayons, paint ng in oils and waier col-  srs, pianoforte a.nii vocal lessons giv-  "n In classes or itulividually  MISS BERTRAM,      Ladysmith, B.C.  ,jSi?^SII&3BKS3MS^^St3BtBBSBtSSi  RAYMOND   &  SONS  ���������Dealers in���������  Lime,   Piaster  Paris,    Brick,  Kire  Brick and   Vancouver i1:-  '���������land cement.  3  Pandora St..   Victoria  B.C  Thy  domes,   tbv silvei.v   stratuls.  Thy Colden   (bile  that  stands  Afront   the   West  Thy sweet   and  crystal   air  Thy  sunlight   everywhere  Oh,  land  beyond  compare,  T love thee best.  AEKONLUrT KKSCUKD-  Boston, July 6���������Jas. K Allem,  the aeronaut who left Providence, R.  I., on Wednesday in a baloon was  rescued today by the Boston fishing schoonu* Francis *V. SiUia and  was landed hero by thai vessel to  night.  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  Call on J. E. Smith  House and Sign Painlei  Are Tou (loin? fast?  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HOTEL  DOMINION  ��������� Rules ^'i.-JSn arid$l.F������ll���������  Fro to  nil slv-auibo.it  liui'linirt! .'iri<!  rrtiUvnydepote.'- Eler-'-riejeav.-! eve'y (i.e  iuiuiite:i lo all pnrla ol tha e.iiy. Ui-.i  and table unexcelled.  F. BAVNES, Proprietor, -  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, C.  THE JONES HOTEL  ��������� WHITE   COOK���������  and  ���������WHITE   LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  Best, accommodation for  transient  ���������\nd permanent boarders and lodgers.  O  RAND  HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  d������te Rates $!.#������ a day and sp-  w>rda.  WM,  BEVERIDGE, Prb������.  ���������V������la������*4������ :������-.:   -; :^_: :������.: radyaraltk  "-���������riiA-VI llliATEl'  l-'UKNISH   KOOIUS  BAR Sai-ei.IED WITH B!<* T  WINICS, LIQUORS, CIOAII^  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  A. J. McMURIRlE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  LADVSA'il'IH,   .C������  Good tal>les and good  Rooms  +++-M-+*++'M4-*.''^^  I     THE* TJEE COPPEi CO.- Ltd.     !  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS Qr COPPER, OOLD ANf>  ��������� y.:,. ^.J^LVER'ORES. ;:..\ . .y.  ^.      HEAD OFEIOE*"- ,yy    ;  i DUNCAteSTATIOr n  Ji, ;-.Ci'l    -,li'ia-������-< ���������ll^SiiJiii'!'.-: .....j  i      Vancouver Island, B.G.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON^  ���������     ?     General Manager.  +  +  +  I STOymt                      STOVES!  j We ^e ^al5i|)fc������EATERS and RANGES of  | Latest 51y lies and^Newest Patterns- We do  I A{rKin^of'r^undryand Repair Work  } Nickei Plating iri all t& branches a Specialty  I LadysmiWStove& IronWorksCo~Ld  I TELEPHONE 53  P. O. Box .12.  .���������������������������������������������������������..s.^..������..������..  ..���������,.������..���������������,.....,..,.  This   Hotel   has  been completely       renovated.  Board aad lodgiig (1.00 per day.  HOTEL    PRETORIfi  JOHN Tr'-A, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied   with   the   Best  Liquors  and  Cigars.  WM.  Wines, 1st Avenue '-*'-' '--' Lailysniith B.C.  1st. Aveniie  7^RRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  Ladysmith B.C  MUNSIE,   President    J.  W.  COBURN,  Managing  Director.  Telephane 4-b.  Tlie Ladysmith Lumber Co, Lid.  MJLLH   AT   PIDDICK   AND   LADYSMITH-r    ���������-   %������ V"-**������  SHiiigles &. Specialty  MANUFACTURERS  OF   Ivougli and Dresscid Fir and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS,   SHINGLES,   MOULDINGS,      ETC.,     of    the  BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND   DRIED     FLOORINGS      AND  FINISHING  LUMBER TN STOCK  4  4  4  4  t  f  4  4  PAINTJNG   ANI)   PAPERHATOINC  Neatly and Artistically Done-    S.  ROEDDING    -  M      **      ������4  Orders  Promptly   Execu te  -   LADYSA/IITH  ^ -1-++��������� * -t -t <  LADYSMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,      ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     KURNITURF MOVED  PROMPTLY A   ND  SAFELY.  Stabled In the rear of the Lad ysmith hotel.  Abtntsford.  Leave  ur.lt.ra  at   ih  A.    J   WASKE.TT  PROP.  ^ *-A W*-^4+-f-f^-f44-^-t't-'V^ff*t'f+>4--f4--<v-M-+^M--f+-f-������-f4+ t^+^V^^j.^ ffffjfj ^' l*m_'^I^(*y-i*Sjr  isss^sss^xSi  m^������&^  &JU<LJ~^T^-J*^^a~^t<Ji'~  U-^.^^^JJtMim^ujt^ja^j.^Ai.  ���������"faiiiii������*--i-^-^v-"W^  pimsciiii������i/kstyi  THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  Free Gifts of-Toilet Soaps  Use   SUNLIGHT   SOAP  and  GET   THE   PREMIUMS  The Coupons are the same as cash because they can be exchanged for Toilet Soaps  for which you have to pay out money every week.  Users of SUNLIGHT end CHEERFUL  SOAPS can get I'.ieir TOILET  SOAPS  COSSACKS  I BLOWN UP  BY BOMBS  for nothiri"  Read circular in every package, or write us for Premium List.  A gift is of little value if it consists of something you have no use for.  In  exclung.j for Sunli^-it Soap Coupons you can get something' you need and use  eveiv ilny.  SAVE   SUNLIGHT   SOAP   COUPONS  Lover Erolhers "Limited, Toronto, Cat������������cl������ , -  160  l������������-vr������K������f������������n������ l-ffl -.unr -atnrjrjaiz.  lAKCOUVtn  mut  ..a  ilEADQlMRIERS  -.oys 1'roui Lhe coast range west. Lo  lo sea are toda^ being sealed ae-  Irding io teniLs ol' iho 'J imbue iicad  |cmeut   .-vet,   passed   al the   Ju&L Hot*  Ij������ ol the provincial 1-cgislnture,  ys W'eduofeday s i'ro>.iiice, and Mr.  idrow Jiushim, formerly of isuiia.-  iO, .supei*\ ibor ul" sKiL-fr, has open-  au olliec here,   unci made  Vancou-  tr Jiis  headquarters.  i'hib i.s the     act which   .-.onie. miil-  jn und ���������log'g'ei'b object lo, and ii this  1>-oetor.s do not iccode irom iho pos  ,011 Uicy have been luknig there'  oiuibes lo ho trouble mti' the nuw  julalion.s before 1 lu-\ aio a niouih  U- Declaring I hut in several pur-  uilars  the ac-L  i.y ulra vires, a nam  tf ,01'  people,"   interested   in    logging  d  lumbering' nay  Lluii     i    will  only  a   matter  of  a  shoi-l.   while  before  I test  case  roaches  live i-oiu-is.  Jnder  the net nu  person   miy buy,  III  oi-  trade   in   logs   till   they    have  en  scaled   by   the  government   scal-  uiul   a   charge  of  five: ecu Is    per  I|ousancl feet is to lie. ex a 0 led for  aling. 'I'he sealers will hereafter  ocivu salary direct from the gov  mnent. In the past seniors have  Iieu in lbe employ of mills altlio-  ^'h some seniors have been indopen-  ���������nt,   only   working   when   called    up-  "'Under     the     Timber  Measurement  |ct,   wln'i-h   went   info    force ou    duly  said -Supervisor   Hashun   today,  |livc  seniors      will   be.  appointed:;, ia  Ilancouver,   oho  in  New ; Westminster, \  no   in   Kaiuvimo. dik;   in      Vii'Ui'iii,  lid one to scale for the -mills'  to the  ast of  this city as  I'ar  as  the coast  ange,   making, nine,   xenk'ps. nltogefh-  r.     Three sealers  have.been appoint  d   b.v  .the   Lieutenant   Uovcrnor     iu  Jouncil  for Vancouver,  and -twb -oth-  rs will lilcely be named, in''i h'*.course  I'f a  day  or  two.  '."The-appoint incut..-* made so far are  ..-.follows:       Robert    ,1.     Hamilton.  V.-derick' "D. Ale 111 tyre nnd'Albert- 1*1,  ftryaivtfor .Vancouver-/ Alexander Car  j'ott  for -Xmv  Westminster;   I).   A.T.'al  unith  for Xanaimo  ami ��������� Thomas  W.  jdouat for 'Vict prin."'  iNANAIMO LADY  MARRIPD IN  VANCOUVER  Vancouver,      J u)y     5.���������In    Cstrish  church   this   afternoon   Miss.      Sadie.  Brenton,     daughter   'of  Mrs.--   ISliza  Brent ou     and, sister    of    Mr.    Thoin  \kis Brenton,' became the ,\vile of   Mr.  iW.    J.    Twiss,    maiiager    for  British  Columbia   of thc Mutual Life  Insurance    Company of   Canada,  ceremony.    Miss.   Olive   lUuuloll   was  bridesmaid   and   Mr.   .).   Dean    Wells  the best man.    Among  Urn  relations  and    friends .   present   were. Mr.     IL  Smith, , M. P., .ami   Mrs.  Smith,  the  brick- being a cousin  of the latter.  Tho bride was at one lime a resident  of   Nanaimo.   o ������������������  THE PHYSICOLOGICAL ZERO.  Tilt CANADIAN  OUI LOOK IS  -'   1 LA! TIRING  the      Dominion  to   take   place   on  Prorogation of  IfTouse is expected  (iVednosclny  next.  ._ -o������������������   Very   nearly*   ������000.000; will   he.    the  total  revenue derived    by (lm.  fu'ovin  inl ��������� t'ovoriiinonl   from   the  operation  Of   its   limber- department   during   the  fiscal year which ended June ���������'>''���������  ;il is' reported thai a large deal  has been closed' in refer..lice to mining properly in the virinily of t'ow-  ichuti l.aUc Ai-iing . 011 UiiSy advice,  several prominent mining men I'-fl to  stake olT claims m'ar 'h'-' i'1"'* which  have   been   sold.  This name is given,, by certain-writers on the subject, to tlie temperature at which the human body feels  no .sensation Qf heat or cold. lt  ni|ig,ht he supposed that it would coincide in all cases -with that ot the  body'itself, but, accoiding to, the recent experiments of Mr. Maurel, a  French physiologist; it is several degrees lower, and varies-* with the nar  tme of the surrounding medium, being lower 111 air than water. Mr.  Maurel deterni.ined his "physiolO|gical  zero" by'immersing his body in b-aths  of diherent temperatures, hut he docs  not. seem.'t0 have measured, his own  body .surface tciniperaiurc directly, relying, instead, on the accords of rnea  surement 'made,.by divei's. earlier authorities. This and the fact that he  has neglected to take Various necessary precautions makes his results  somewhat doiibtluL, iu the opinion ot  Mr. Henry Pieron, who criticises  them thus hi the Revue Scientifij^ue*.  "Mr.     Maurel placed himself      in  batch of water or air   at divers temperatures,  utul  notod  between., what,  degrees he realized  the,   sought   for  state of indifieronce. He did the same  for the variations of temperature of  the clothes, which he calls  the 'sub-  vestar;tomperatiire,' and Tor the temperature ol. the ..body ��������� in bed, which he  names  'enhiliai  temperature.' And he  finds  that the cutaneous physicologi-  cal. zero  lies practically'.between  30.  degrees    and 3:1 degrees (8G degrees  and 1)1  degrees F);, het;even seeks to,  differentiate', the trunk and itiie lower  limbs,   whose physiofogical zero     lie  finds, to he slightly lower. .In general  the range of zero is  1 degree  (2 degrees to 'i/degrees F.)  "He also concludes that there is a  relation between the physiological zero and the surface temperature of  each organ, which latter is.a|)(out 3  degrees (5-������ degrees F.) higher than  zero.; .But were any iuew .experiments  necessary to show that the-sensation  of indifference depends on tho ji^rface.  temperature of  the body?  "The same medium should appear  icy or broiling to the fevor patient,  as his surface temperature oscillates.  And as the sensations of heat or cold  Montreal, July   6.���������Bradstrects will  say     tomorrow.     Itvasomvblc     quiet  rules iii Canadian trade,   but lhe 1111  dorlying   features    are   largely      lav  orable,  and  the fall  trade outlook  is  a  llat taring     one.       Crop     accounts  are of the best.    The production and  demand   for  dairy  products   and  -prices  hold  steady.    Warm  weather lias  helped   retail   trade  in   the   territory  tributary   to Montreal.   Summer  dry  goods are moving better  'at   Toroii-v  to and canmd goods are firm     with  light,  stocks.    Canadian  -woolen    mill  owners are      reported   using-    foreign  material,   owing    to   high   prices   for  domestic article.   Collection.!-; "arc fair  lo good.     In  the Northwest   weather  conditions   have    helped   the      wheat  crop,  which  promises    to  be a bumper one.    l'"ailiu*e>s  for  the   week    number 2!l ai   again "st    22  in   I Ids    we.'  a  year ago."  correspond     to    an exit or entrance  of heat,  the contact assures thermic  ("Huip'liibTiii'm should also  assure       a  fate of.sensorial indiuerence.  "At first sight it  would appear odd  that  one  should  experience a'sensu-  tion of heal   when  the external: temperature   is   ideiilic-al   with  Ms   own  siirTace  teiiiperaturc.    And������' in .fact,  exact 'experiment-'- in thermo-esthesio-  iuetrv  have    shown that' in certain  spots on  the hand,  for instance,     a  drop of water at  the t same temperature is not felt.   But the, surface tern  pcrature  is only a cross  between 'the  internal land external temperature, ad  apting itself  to this double influence  by a capricious regulating mechanism  under  the direct but obscure action  of  the  nervous system/ I orn Jp 1.|lI.l���������lffh discussR-ns of this  ' Hence the phenomena' of calorific ���������  radiation   toward  the exterior or interior,   which  provoke  our   sens-ation  1  lieilin, July 6.���������A despatch to  the l.okal Anzeiger from Katto-  eitz, Prussian Silesia, says that at  ti:L.~, p.m. today Cossacks surround  cd n lime kiln at 'Mieclvow, in lbe  ]i'o\ince of Kiclce, Uussian Poland,  nil   information     that   iu   was    being  used for the manufacture' of bombs.  As ihe PossncKs were forcing theii"  \\U.v in, a terrilic ocplosion blew  Die kiln io pieces, lSiyht Cossacks  \\er.^ killed, and live were wounded  il K not established whether the explosion was caused by bomb workers inside or v.hctpr-r the kiln was  exploded    from  a  distatue.  SIR  EDWARD    (IHEY'S SPEECH.  London. -July ."1 ��������� Parliament, ancl  'ihe country wei*o given a surprise  tonight by an unexpected and sensat  ion al' speech', by Sir Edward Grey,  ihe'Foreign Secretary, of tbe situation in Egypt: An interest ing- debate  on forf-ig-ii affairsyhad been anlicipat-  ('���������d when the ������������������; ���������House of Commons  look up the, foreign ostinuiios. but  on -account ol .'Russia and the Conj|  ahairs,  rathei-.-thu 11 Egypt.  Ail other subjects, However, were  temporarily forgotten when tbo house realized the momentous character  of Sir. Edward (Si-ey's deliverance  with regard to Egypt. Speaking in  a solemn tone and amid a tense sil  ������?n> e, the minister declared that the  locent attacks on British ollicers at  'I'aalab was not accidental, but. a  del^Durale iiianifostation of tho fanat-  cul spirit which had necessitated  Ihe strengthening of the garrison in  Egypt, and he added thai unless the  authority of Lord Cromer and I he  Egyptian government were strongly  upheld it might lead to a situation  r.'(|Uiring the adoption of such con-  .sLituiional inea.siires to meet the  ������'!iiei'gency as would Ik; especially (lis  i.is-tei'ul   lo   the   Liberal   go-, eniment.  During the consideration of the (or  c ig'n estimate, several iiiemiiei-s olY-  ��������� red criticisms, especially urging11'hnt  si licet be not. sent to Cronsludt. J.  Jiiliion. .Vat iOinilisi, strongly denouiii;  ed what he termed lhe brutal' bar-  hai'iKiii 'of lloge-ing and executions ia  Egypt, acciising Sir Edward Grey  with a';d.-������ij*o .-to clonic the-affair. Sir  I'XIward in a general reply ��������� stated  ihat alt foreign , relations'were friend  ly- With regard lo the Egyptian af  fair, he accepted full... responsibility,  and pointed 'out. the 'clangor that  might  arise  when  dealing  with  east-  MILLIONS FOR  HEllfF Of  FAMINE SUFFERERS.  GOVERNMENT  FMPLOYFS  ARE RIOTING  St. ivtcisburg. July .V���������The debate on tho l'.ic-.ly.stok matter wa.s  adjourned until .Monday* lo allow of J  debate on a provision to appropriate Sa.l.000,000 for famine relief,  which developed llui sensation of the  day. showing (haL the Constitution  al i'eiiiocrals have finally found a  lev. 1- by which they hope to (oro-  tlic1 government to surrender control  of lbe purse string.-., the vital object at which they have been aiming at "from the beginninjr. l'rof-  essur J tort-/.custom, chairman ot the  committee which reported the bill,  ruwa.iod tlie iiaporiant fact that M.  ICokovsolT, the J.'inanco Minister who  had appeared before the committee  made no effort to conceal lhe desperate, financial straits of tho government. Tie informed the committee that the condition of the treasury was much worse than ever before, and even impeached thc figures given by this year's budget  made hj M. ShipolV as conveying  no aderpinte idea. 01 the i-eai stale of  ai'faiis. The iinancc minister further  said ihat the government wa.s living far beyond iis menus, and that  it must retrench, but explained that  this 'could not be accomplished this  year- Therefore it was necessary to  make a; fresh loan to cover the fain  ine i-elicl. 'Professor llertsone-nstein  said this was exactly whctY- the corn'  mil tee took issue with the ministry. .. Piirli.amc-nt.... he added was in  fn\iir of a lainini' relief measure.  nnxl would ivvei* agree to a new  loan for'.which'in reality there \vn>.  no   necessity.  St.  Petersburg,  July (',.���������l'ioting oc  ciii'i-ecl   today   among   the    einpluy. e^  oi   the     (*o\ei*ii!ii(-nt    pi-in ting   olVioe. '  uiiei*o   ihe  plates   for   ihe  paper   ci.r-  iMicy   are eiigravc-d   and   printed.  The  men   left  their   work  ami   went'    into  tiie court  yard  of   the   budding  singing   the  MnrsDllaise     ilc-mho-mc-   and  ("'.-.slacks   were  siiiiiinoned   arid   dr.ue  buck   1-he  ileinon-,! 1 at ors   into   tholii.il  duirf   where,    al'ler       some   parleying  they   return.-d       lu    \iork.        Inti.-rior  Milliitel-    Stol'.piu    has   remo\ed  Gi 11  ei.-d TC0111I0IT.  the Governor of '.Mins!.  (I ti    KniM-Iuft-  was  held    to   In-  n-spoi,  sibli!   for        the   aid i-Jewi.->h   execs': - .  ���������al  Minsk,  in   November  last  und    Ar  auktseJT,   in   the  Lower   Ilou-.e  of  Ui *  Liissian', 'Pnrliameut,    tu-god    him   tc  bo  tried on   that   charge.    The higlie.  i:,i-;sian    nuthorities   decided   not   to  prosecute the general.    Ou vltine.  l'-d'i  Geiieral     K'ourlol'f   was   thanked      \.\  a delegation  of Jews for measures   1,,  .siiiuted  In-   hini   to   prevent    anolhei  I nreal.-'iicfl   out break   at    Minsk.   o   .Mr.     TJalj.h  Mrs.       Smith  days     with   friends   in   Vancouve  fore   rot urninc  Smith.    M.   V.,  are -..spending   a  and  few  be-  home to  *NTnnai.ino.  Colds  BOTH WAITING.  Public Notice  Attention Is i-albul  to  'he  -fact that tha  .Ogilvie Flour .mils  Co.   Limited,  makers  of  ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR,     have lor mine  fclmi  past been producing tloar In a   "aslly   Improvwl   am.'   ptrf*'   "   ':r<n  hy   the aid of-^LCTRlCllY  Hnd   having K-cured  control   of    all  the basic polenta relatliiR  Ih--  to,  take  this opportunity ol a   rtviping   the   public  that  any   unauth-  i>ri/.tsl usf-i-s or the electrlc*-l     'l.,vr  purifyini processes   will   -t pi,*  Bec-utft'l  OglIv<o rio-ur Mills Couspaiiy Limited  aro tbo ������>wly millers ixx Canada whoso    Flonr is  purified hy tho "S������ a a trio F.'.-������C3i3  .of heat or cold, niay respond to nuni  erous and inipenec-tly 'determined factors, . influenced hy pressure, iuiinidi-  ty, etc., from outside, and 1 by bodily chemical actions, the condtictibili-  ty.of the tissues,; etc., fioni inside.  "Thus, though rather astonishing-,  Hl'^'irel's L-cMicIusion that the physio-  loyicuj rxro , is lower than the surface temperature can,not be attacked  except on the basis of a new expero-  inent."  'PHONLS   CONNECTED   WITH  FIRE  HALL  31���������I-Iotcl  Cecil.  .'ir>���������Hotel Al-hotsford.  A 21��������� G. C.  Pickard.  B21-R.   J.   Unwell.  2S���������F.   IV.   llawes*.  IS���������Dr. Wasson.  Ill���������A.  Cornwall.  kind. Tho secretary proceeded to re  fer Io the n-rowth of fanatical feeling* in lvft*ypt. and ihroutdiout .Korth  Africa, recent 'ly which. iii'i<vhf nei-essj  tale" even further measures to protect l'luropeans in Kg-ypt, a������d speak-  inft- in, a solemn manner said: '-As  things are now. I say deliberately,  and with a full sense of. responsibility, if parliament desires al Ibis moment lo destroy authority ni" the  "fcgypfi.in g'o'vernrnenl:^ you will come  face to. face with a very serious sii-  uation, for should fanaticism got  the better of constituted authority  1 here might arise the necessity of ox  I renie  measures."  .Dealing with tiie Congo question,  the Foroig-n secretary said he distrusted th:? propo'-i'd reforms, because the system was wrong, ilo disliked trading- companies, and believed the rool of I lie whole mischief  was in the system under which the  slate itself was a (railing- company  and monopolist companies held ad.  minis! rat ivo  power.  **��������� i  1 i  .      ...  .::... . I..  -U*i    :-'!*''. W'      I-:;-  caagsafaasrsEss!^^  5      V,  1  lf*cl;;',,.l'a.i  -.i:     ������  L*S53  Siur.'k'. tejjt-s Free  Write for Otic  S!  ifr'. i:tfo       !������.-!   k. . .:'������������������ '���������       ��������� ���������-.    ���������  '"*....k ' :���������.., .������������������**"<-.!���������:,     U    .   -. .    -    ..  . *v .: '..     .-.     vv      . *-*     .* --. :     j-  :.:K'i*ri   O'.   TrfL'   f -* :.'.- i- ;.i   ���������"*;������������������ .-i.r  Wrir.   i'.n   ������������������������   .[><r     1 ��������� -.    >;-.-    -...     f/t,  Ctuer-a Jj'.sb. !.-! l;:T 101,      J������lSir.       ii.Oi".  pftl    yrwt. ..  ill Pest musters WIUTaks SuOlfei.r;pJSon3  t>"JST-I!STLLLie������NCEg ������������������������ Seattle, Wash.  S.  F. WESTON, Biu-d-neu Manatfer.  %  ^%\%\'%XS\\\^\SXiiS^  n.-i'rrisler (to jenlge)���������I beg your  narrlon, hut I in,ust interrupt my  speech. I notice that one oi your-as-  ���������i ������-iales is ash-ep and I shall wait  for him lo wa'ce tiefore proceeding  with  my pleadinK.  Ji.d^e��������� I am afraid that would cre-  rl������ a difficult situation, tor my  ���������In iu., .belief Is that my associate is  wailing for you to finish your speech  irff re waking.   o   KEL1ANCE VS. EAGLES.  With two of their best men off, vi/.  McDonald and Manson; the .Reliance  ball team g*ave the Eagle team a  run -for'.the -money, on the 'Cricket  grounds Thursday, and were only ile-  feciUcl by the.scoro of six to two,  not one of the eight, being* earned.  Had JManson jdayccl first'.base instead of Barnes, the game would  have boon one of the most evenly  contested over pluyed on a local  dia'mend.  ft, was a piichoi-'s ."Ivattle from start  to finish bel ween W. Boj'ce and Harrison, tlie former having- slightly the  bettor of tlie ai-g'tinieni. Each man  allowed only throe safe hits, but  Hoyco. struck out eight men to his  oppoaem's three; The Eagle team  made eleven errors, and the Reliance  thirteen-, the latter being* the most  cosily because ihfy were bunched;  and occurred when men were on  bases.  The winning- team -made four runs  iu ihe second inning;,, with only one  safe hit, a base ou balls and four  errors being- responsible., for the  whole  score.  Two more runs were tallied in the  ei-jlit by lilundell ami Little, 'for  which errors wen- responsible.  'The Reliance 11111.1 lo one run in. the'  third and one iu the oigtilh. Ch'is-  well tallied ihe first having been given first jbiuse on balls njid scoring on  error of Hough on first base. The  other lone tally was scored by Steele  He hit. safe, wont down lo second  ou error of J.Hoyce, reached third ������n  error of Parmer and (allied on .1.  Boyce's  wild  throw   over   tbird-  Apart from the two bad innings  the game was interesting throughout  and the result was in doubt u������til the  third man had been retired in the  ninth inni������g.  Score by Innings.  Eagles    0 4 0 0 O 0 0 2 x���������6  Hits   .' .0 1000101 x-3  Reliance 0 0 10 0 0 0 10���������2  Hits    .10 0000 0 2 0���������3  Summary.  Struck out by Boyce 8,Harrison 3,  Bases on balls off Boyce 3, Harrison  2- Hit by pitched ball Ti'ost. Double plays, Chiswell to Barnes. Left  on bases, Reliance S ."Eagle team 6,  Umpire,   J.  Hardy.  League  Standi������g,  P.      W. L.  Pet.  1 Eagle   Team    (5    4    2���������.666  I Ladysmith    5     2    3���������.400  Reliance   ��������� 6     2    4���������.333  It should be "borne in mind that  every cold -weakens the lunga, low-  era the vitality and prepares the g  system for the more serious dis- "'  case������, among which are the two  greatest destroyers of human life,  pneumonia and consumption.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won its great popularity by its  promet cures of this uiost common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent cure. It counteracts  a-fc-jr tendency toward pneumonia.  I   Price 25c, Large Size 5������c.  Vaa ������������������������������������������������������������������������> mam ������������������-MMMr  '-*/  S^k  t^**  ���������*4/7  '������  m  ES  Kind  of  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  At  THE  LEDGER  Office  1st Avenue ���������h7������^^'������^^iwj^u.ijt j .  ������iSS2TaS^yJfJS5S^^^S^^^^^3  U^������W������f������(-^������isJp<MMnwa  11  THE LADYSMITH DAILYLED'GtHR  EARNGA  In Your Leisure Time  If you could start at once in a buii-  ness which would add a goO'd'tSiind  sum to your present earning-s���������without investing a Dollar���������wouldn't  you  do   it?'  Well, we are willing* to start you in  a profitable business and we don't a.slc  you to put up any kind of a������dollar.  Our proposition is this : We will  ship you the Chatham Incubator and  Brooder, freight prepaid, and .  You   Pay   No   Cash  Until  Afler 1906 Harvestl.  Poultry raising pays.  People 'wlio. tell you that there is no  money in raising1 chicles may have tried  lo make money in the business by um<"h  j  s.-:itiii{*   hens  as   hatcher.-.,   an J    '.'ics  i.ii,;ht as well have  tried lo   locale .1  C.ild mine in the cabbage patch.     The  business of a hen is���������(o lay eggs.     A.s  a hatcher  and   brooder   she   in   out- j  classed.     Thai's  the   business of the |  Chatham Incibator and Brooder, and j  Ihey do <t perfectly and successfully.      ���������  The poultry business, properly con- i  d-.ictc.l. p:tys far heller than any other j  buh.iii.ss for,tbe amount of lime ai..l |  money   invested. I  Thousands oi' poultry-raisers��������� men  and women all over Canada and the  United Stales���������have proved to their  satisfaction tha tit is ���������profitable to raise;  chicks with the c  GERMAN INSURANCE   _  ' COMPANIES Will PAY''  DOL! AR FOK DOLLAR  3E  No. 1��������� SO Eggs  Hal 2���������120 Egga  -No. 8���������240-Cgga      CHATHAM INGUBA'fOlI  AJND  BROODER.  "Youi-siatho fli-st'itieutoalo'rl have '.:  used, and I wish "to state I had o'i  chicks out of 52 CRffs. Tins wit-, my  lirst Iol; truly lulijo pevpoiit.' liiktoJi. ���������--���������'  1 .un well pleased with liiy inuubivLor  nnd ia-ocidor. Titos.. McSjvauxon,  Chilli wuclc, B.C."  "My first hatch came ofT. * T not  170 lino chicks from lt'O effffS- :*vVho '-  c.n heat that fox' tho fli-ut tiinl, and  ho early in tbo sprinff. I a;n well  .pit-used with incubator, and-if-J  'could not Kilt another money'could  not, buy it from mo." Every fuinii-i-  should Ji'ivoa No. 3 Chatham' lii'-if-- '  billot-.���������K W". KJlmsav, Iluinivi'Io.  ..Out."  "Tlio incubator you Ynrniilidd inc  ,' ,  works exceed iugiy well. '-Itis easily  operated,' and only needs about 10  minutes attention'cv'oi-'-.-'dfty. *1{.    =i  *McQai.'i.'in, "Uoosis Jaw, Assn."  The Chatham Incubator and Brooaer  i.������ honestly constructed. There is no  humbug-about it. Every inch of material-.]  is thoroughly tested, the maciiine ii,  built on right principles, theinsulation  is perfect, thermometer reliable, and  the workmanship the besL  The Chatham Incubator and Brooder  is simple as well as scientific Vn'con-"*  struciion ���������a woman or girl can operate  the machine in their leisure moments.  Vou pay us no cash until after 1906  harvest.  Send us your name and address on  a pos' card to-day.  Wc can supply you ql.ickly from our  cl'stilbuting warehouses at GnlM-ury, IS run  don, ltosrina, "vVhini'icfj, Now \V<:.-.t.iiii'.i.--.t.or,  l).C.,7i!ontreal,Halilii-c. (Jhallum:. Adihv-.-  tdl cori'espondBitce to Chatham, .'ill  TheManson Campbell Co.,L-.-i:**<-,'  IkpM5 ACHATHAST. CAIVAI5A "  ctories at Chatham, Oxt.,&ik1 U&.-i.ui-!-.  et us quote yon prBcoa  , 011 a dood Fsaiiiind Mill  or ^Go-i Faros. Sciile:'  San ���������Prancisco/ Cain.; .Tuly .'���������������":���������  '���������German insura-*ee companies , will  pay in full."; SucJi is. the st.atemeat  of F. Bopp, .German, consul, tempor  arily: located' in this city, who recently returned from Germany 'whore  he investigated the standing- of. the  companies doing' -business "��������� on thc  coast.. .    I       '''.-' ������������������;      ���������    ...  "1 am in a' posit ion to know that  tlie: .(Jerman insurance companies will  pay dollar-for. dollar, .said, the consul 'today, .-'nnd I wish lo.,. advise  all others 'doing-' business ' with :-'--'u  Gorman company not -to accept''���������'. u  compromise, j None of the. ('eriuaa  companies w;ish to. lie classed with  (he --six bjt" concerns. "My knowledge on ill is? point''is absolute. 7M011  ey to pay'nli'i every clai,...' is on hand  and il. will he a matter of' but al'ew  dayswhen   iUwill   arrive."  -Mr.     Boppj has   just,   concluded    an  exhaustive . linvesl igulion.   <>������!   'eond-l-'  lions   in   Stin   F.r.'iiii isco,   tho   result s_  of  which  he 1has  sent  I o  his.   government'..  ! . While    ��������� mulcing "'no   recoinm-  cndalions    t'o   the     home  pflic-.o,-    the.  tenor,    ol. llje!' repoi.i . is   unmistakably  ih  favor. I   of it he  insurance ".' companies   eari'vling ..out-    their .   oliligu-  tioiis.     .'i'lioj coiuisel'" would ^not ..commit '.hiniso-lf j mi.; t.he :af.i.iiide   of. -'Kin^.  jieror . WillfsiiuL ;t7<>\va,!-ils   those',    companies    tjiqil   .showed   h.   tendency   .to  shave  their jclniins-v. Th'P-: general im-  pTicaT ion   ftif. iliis     remark;." however,.  \\eir&i$p \thf! .en'ei-t //hnt'vthc   F.mper-  01; had  pfftciticfiily  ofdered   Iho    com-"  panH'S ������������������ to'-',-.'1''.'He.  on  a '.dollar  for dol-  l.'ir   licisis. .' ;       , ������������������ - ,. ���������'���������,-���������', .-'���������-.  --.-������������������ - ���������: >.,  LU'snA������l{\ s:>  A; GIANT  CliNARDfR  ��������� The "Lusitnnia, owned by the Una*.  aid Coinpan.*!', is the first of two  monsters- of the ocean-constructoil in  accordance with an agreement en tor  ed into with' I'he Covernnient ancl  the' company, whereby n subsidy  .should be received by the Cimurrl  line '.from the nation's exchequer.  The name of it he socond sliip is to be  the jYInui-ituiiiu. She is now /"on the  stocks" on the Tyne. '1*110 LusiUmiti  has been built ni (,'l,\debfinlc }>y  "Messrs,    JoIit'i  "drown   It   f'u.  THE FAM  "3-.-������;:' ���������<��������� -&-*���������  %^;z&2$jr?  ne. -Q'l  *.���������������  :s ���������_"���������*<-)  This   Is Oid;y   i  a Million o-Tliom  in Which  Hausl Been a .Bles^--  ing.\-    Read  This  BABY .  GERALD  .��������� y.i..^i^Q^S:x^^yM^^%.-.���������.������������������,������������������:��������� .:-.--.:.?.x**-&i*---> II  I lore  -iciiiii  comji-ii'ii.iyi.'  ft,     it.  .  .   .  .{"SU    ������:  li   .   .TUd -.7".  Croat   KiiKiei'ii  Kaiser  Wilhcilm  'Lusitniiia   .. ' 78"i   '80  If iho Lusiiinin   was  placed   011  end  she   would   he    more   ihnn   twice     as  hici-h  a.s    Sl-il'iiul's  ciitiiedrul,   which  1  has  a  heig-lit;   of  Mfi.">   feet.    *  The   horsepower   of   the    Lusilnnia  is something stupendous,    being-   68,-  000���������over GO  per  conf.   in   excess  1  thai of thi.' ,K"(iisei*  Wilhelm.   J<*-oi" tho  piiist nine   years    t'ermany lias     held  Ihe nine    "Ribbon    of    the   Atlantic,  but it   is   confidently   expected     that  in n few   months'   lime that    coveted  and laudable! "'distinction   will   revert  i  to  fhe    Briti.'-h/foci   haniile marine.  As an illuftl ralion of tho. -immense  size of the hiew steamer, if nuiy_.be  men! ioneil tliat .down each of her  (our hiifvc I'imiii'ls two pnsseng-er locomotives could run abreast. TCx-  clucliii"- tlie ; hold', of'c-ourso, "she'hns  eight   decks,!    and   has   accomodation  11  LtllRHAI.S, Mf''l*'T  ���������MUS.    WARHEN'S   PBOKHSSION"  New York, July o.���������The production of Geo. Bernard Shaw's play.  "Mrs. Warren's profession" in this  city during the last theatrical  son wns not a *��������� iolatioir of the  al code according* to "a decision  tc! down by the justices of  court   of .special, sessions    today  __ ^_. .  UIUVEN   TO   SKA.  scape 11-  huiidi  the  -Arrcinge   for   Orajraiii'/.ai ion  Work for  " '���������"��������� -;    f'l-osi'.ect i.ve "ir.h-ct.ion.'.���������'���������������������������'  *y:; ������������������ ;;.'������������������ ������������������-_%.^7.-.<.;-.���������'���������.'- -n  New. W.C'Sfiiiih.siei',  .Jul*.* ('>.���������r Thei-ib  eVd-1*-' of-.-New' Wi-siininsier   in   special  session    nsseintded    hist   evening-    cle-  -..-< j& ,5:      .,,.  ���������-������������������    ---- / -  ������������������      ...������������������  cided that!, indications^- pointed to..a  general election.- in. i'-i-iiish ...Colui.tiljia  in ;th"e ,'iiiea'r I'm.ure. ami ti committee  .whs!..appointed fo.���������co.nimonce ro.i'g.nni-  ?a.tion   work  at  once. ������������������ ; ���������  " .'The-' meeting was well attended and  ���������the .speakers ��������� of -the *. evening* ��������� were  Sfessrs. F...SX...'Hoiway;��������� and M:r. .1.0.  Brown, Mr.. .loiir, Oliver, M. '��������� L. A.  was to have been-.present, >'. but did-  Bijit.-.arrive owing- 1 o a misuiulei-st'nnd  ing- in reg-artl   ro  the date.  Tt wnsi decided , that a delegate,  should be>.enl l.o ihe provincial com  mittee meeting- ��������� of 1 he -Britisli Columbia As'socifiliiin . 16 be held in  Vancouver, in the I'e'nr future.  in  number,  with 192 f J  men,  Montana,  and   Delegate   of   Builders  will   be    lit    by ��������� -4.-  01  vPoiforied   by   Carrots.  Quebec,: Jtii\_s ��������� G. ���������As 11!- result,  oan'iig- wild carrols, four children of  a. I'ainil.\- . n;iDied Tu dies, residing in  the vilhigv -of- SI. ' r'ohcrt. Sorel,  were . po.i.soneil. < ine��������� :������;-i i"l ag-ed se\-  i.-ii   has  succumbed,     whjle. Ibc  children- .ti'iv  covery.  on  oilier  lhe  fair-   wn-.\:   to   -i'e-  for .~>5<> first. ."������0O second, ancl t,-  JiOO sieerag'o passengers, while. her  crew will number 300���������a total of  ."J.LIO iiersoiis. The vessel has four  propellers driven by turbi-ues. Thc  boilers are ' -  furnaces. She will be  udO electric! lig'hls. Tbe ship i.s the  most wonderful creation of tho .shipbuilder and marine engineer ever  ye 1 evolved, and will presently be  plying regiiUirl.v between Liverpool  mid N'i'v; Vorl*.. '''h������ total cost of  the vessel is sfi..~tMi,00f). The Lus  Mania- is .expecteel lo reduce thc  OJiieeiiKtown,'   to  Sandy    Hook voyage  to   unir ancl   a   lm If  days.  ���������. o   A Socialist S-Jchool.-.  Ilei-lin. diilv 0.���������The exeeuiivecom  'mil lee of the Socialist ic party has  announced .its intention to establish a partisan war school in the  autumn, with tiie. object of preparin-  Socialisi-ic youths for public- life  be lessons ; from natural economy,  law, history, science, literature, tbe  natural sciences nivcl debuting- excor-  cises.  Mr. llenjry S. Campbell, 1707 H. Williams St.i  ���������  Denver, CbL, State Deputy of Modern Wood-  Trades Council, writes: "Peruna has been a  blessing in our home. My wife was in poor ������������������...^. .���������. ., \i ������i--=v>^���������^.  i several years and nothing but Peruun, helped her.l Sho.j X^^^^A^  I graduallyjrocoyerccl her health and became the mother of I0lt ,t %,������ a������.-  4 a boy -which, blessed our home. Wo call Gerald our Peruua hoy." Ho! Is in |.  f the finest pf health and his mother has never enjoyed such excellent health- I  *      "FhavS, personally found Peruna of great value\to mc' white traveling.- T  Getting Irregular meals and often poorly-prepared food ruined my stomach>   J  but Peruna toned up. my digestive organs and brought fine health to, me. *    I  "We are never without Peruna In our. home aad know by experience ;  that It keeps us ail In the best of healtli."       ,   .   j  ." . ',).'.-)-. ",.-....'; .  J  w   w   w*9*9~W   w .���������"���������  w   ^'B*"*   ���������   ���������  *���������   ������������������   ���������������������������'���������'w1" vvv^*I|-^^'"VV^'"^PV^7V-^^l^p^-Va������*v^r^v^<v^^-^aV^  .    A! RECENT LETTER.  A.rocent letter roceived from Mr. and  Mrs. Campbell is, as follows:  "We still liso Peruua and'.'in addition  sa������Dcy lad of <28 monllis, wo haveanbther  son,still larger for his age. J3o is'how  ton months old'iiii'iT Ts always'-healthy.  His mother says' Pernna-has'surely  to our son,l Gerald, who is a fat and1 made both of our children us uealthy.as  &e^v'  Peruna���������  Once Used In The  tur.iiiy, Becomes  "rmoncnt Fixture.  tlioy.arc, helped, of course by Colorado's  healthy air.}  .-.-i"A" bottle of Peruna is at all times a^  welcome visitor; to our home."  ..A multitude of families have discovered that'Pumma is their standby.  . jn all,the {catarrhal ailments which  aro likely lb beset the various members  of tho family, Peruna is the remedy that  brings quickSrolief.  'No matter'whether it-be a catarrhal  condition of ,tlie head or lungs, or a do- "  rangomentof the stomach and bowels,  Peruna is the remedy.  HAILSTONES  /.SBI6AS  ORANGtS  ip vou Want agood-���������: ���������  Providence,  I'ailure cif -la  aeronaut,   to  It. !., duly I... ���������'l.'he  s. K a licit, n well I.now 11  return from his ascen  sion which lie made fi-oiii here on  Wcnlnesdny has caused great ulai'iii,  and' reports from points on iho  south shore of -M'assuchusei 1 s I'.a.s  fieeiii lo indicate thu! the baloun  and its occupants liad been driven  ���������to   sea.  T.-iugh!   I he .Japanese..  Berlin,'���������;July' (>.- Major Meckel, for  mei-ly' professor 1 >f . mil it nt-y tactics  in Japan, died loda.v. lie wi-nt lo  Japan in; -.18.--.0 an.-' sta.ve.l there for  three .years. lie. re-orgiinixed the Ja  .pnnese . armv and wrote n hook on  tactics. -Field ."Unrshull iHiima a'tc-r  the battle of- M ul-:den I .b'-raplied to  lic-iie'ral .!MV-<'Ue| nM'ribiiifi* his success  1 o     Meckel's. in.M rii.'t ions.  The iiieinh,���������!���������:���������; oi' Ihe P.rii is-h Columbia .Loggers' Assof iat inn.. against  whom writs iilleg-ing" libel were re-  ceiiily     issued   'b.v   .il r.     J.   S.    Kiuer-  lioveriuiic-nt .IJeiioiinccd.  Si. Petersburg'. .Jul.vli.���������During- the  debate in the lower house of. parliament, today ou the Itinlyslok re-  Jiorl, an; orthodox ��������� . priest, Pather  .Aranascieli', a radical member from  ihe Hon pi'ov inec- fiercely denounced 'ihe   policy   01'        I ho    g'o\ eminent.  :      " ���������      1      .  which, be ':declnre<l iinstead of being  directed io pacifying the country,  seemed t o be d.dibera-lely provoking*  anli-.lewish riots, and every manner  of class aiid race st life by the spread  of proclninations against the Jew's j  and   I'evoliitionisl s.  Valencia, Spain, July*. G.���������A hail  storm . today killed1 one: child and  injured 50 -persons-, and smashed the  proofs' of houses causing, tlie .inhabitants; to take refuge in,the cellars.-  The cropsj1 in .mnny. districts'-were-do  stroyed, and. great disti*es.s prevails  Hailstones: as    big   as- oranges-   fell  Relief is urgently-'roquestcd. .";.  ������������������.,���������������������������o-���������: ���������i,  THOUSANDS  OF  SOCKEYES."  Pc^t Class   Meal  GALL AT  ���������I  T. X. Sriiith's Restaurant  ���������*  ���������* *��������� ��������� 1  ALWAfS OPEN  FfKST   AVENUE  .C'Ij'}HB'ERLA"N'r/"NbTJ3S'.  '.I'll 1-1   Hi IV   O.UATOIL  Another slorv' lias co.ine -'to band  of n mining- in-ospfcl or who entered  the Ootsu Lake district two .'.ear:.  ago and up to the present time has  never returned.  Try a Province Cif-jar.  son,   are   iiiai-'-ing  fend     the   sails.  eil   counsel     nml  .���������ire    determined  1 hroug-h    I o    I he  sued   were  Magnessoi  prepa rn I ionS t o de-  'I'liev'' have eniphry-  declai'e thai I hey  to' see 1 he uial ter  -iui. ' The' writs is-  di reeled iigaiiist Ca.pl ain  "and'M,'  essr.s  1).   Sigoun,,  i.ondpn.    J uly  decided    not   to  f".���������MY.    Ilryan  leave    London  I  Af.aacoiiyer, July   6.���������Thousands   of  sockej-es,  the first of the season' run  threaded   their   way    up-the1'Feasor  !T\iyer, yesterday     afternoon  .on.    the  has   Hooding   tide.     As  fishing    for    sock-  1  on   eyes   has   f.rac-l icallv   not   vet/   conmi-  1        . .  ..Mondav-  ns he lincl   iutc-nded.    but will ' enced,   nil   these   (ish   will     succeed   in  remain   Mil    Thursday,   principally  to. getting  up  to   the spawning  grounds  hear !Mr.   Ilnldane  at   lhe hitler's   in-   as   but   comparatively   'few     of    Iheni  vilntion   over  a   speech .of nriny      re-    would   |,0 .caught    in   tlie   spring   sa'  1  mon  net s   -which   were set    in   the   riv  I renchiiirnl    iu   ihe     house   of   C'onim  ons, after which    Mr.  i'.r.vaii will-start} or  yrsrvrdny.  on   his     lour   of   lbe   llli'ii-.'.   Swit/ei*. According-       lo   lbe   necoiuil  hind  and   Italy.   Mr.   Ili-ynn   .also     uc- man     who   was   nt    Woodward  V.  SAVED HIS ''COJIKA'DE'S- IAFK.  "While  returning   from   llw     (.liainl  Army     Pmcainprncnt'    at   Washington  City, a comrade from p:i������in, HI., was  taken  with cholera  inoihus  ;,jnl    was  in   a critical     condition,"  tn>.s    Mr.  J.   E.   rioujihlahd, '   of '--J'ihluii,.. lov. a.  "I   gave     him   Cliainberhiiu's    Colic,  Cholera anxl  Di-ir.lioK'a   lieiiusdy  believe saved his  life.     1   have  engaged for ten   years in iiiimti**!alien  work and condiiotwi many  parl.iis  lo  the isouth .and  west.     I  alwuys   carry this remedy ami have used it  cessful.y on 'many occasions.  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  T.    F.  Patterson,-   U.   lissom    J  Tiiomli-nsou   and  O. A. Mclvinnon.  Child Killed hy Train.  Winnipeg.. July 0-���������The len 'year  old son of C'S. li. f-.eefio-n foreman nam, d. Jolitision '.-it'. Ifiiiierson.  was run .,ver b.v 11 I rain this nfter  noon Mill had l.oiii legs cut off. lie  died   ��������� -hni-l lv,   nil er-.vards.      ��������� -  ��������� She v. rofe:  "t''i/ciiiiistaiicc.'i  over which  1    have  jiiu'l'iio control   compel   me   lo  reject, your  1(.,-.ji I ofier  of   nvarriat'ic.    Vours,  etc."  Ll     wired:  "'Whnl.   circ-iinistii/iocs? -Reply    prepaid."  ..She wired:   "^''���������fouis.   . Collect."���������Clevela-nd  tier.  sue-  Sold  cepl.ed    in\ it at ioiiK for    next    week  from Win.-.ton Churchill nnd other  public men when be will meet uinuy  pi-inuiin-111 persons. lie, will go to  Wesl park tomorrow with Ambassador   and- "Mrs.   Roid.   <jp   "Mui-ilcr nnd Suicide.  Lindsay, Out., July 13.���������A horrible  tragedy' lias occurred a few idles  from the village of ft'irkfiehl. Dun-'  can "jMc'Arthur, aged 'io years, n  .well known farmer and his wife  somo years .younger being ' found  dead' out side iheir home, the indies,  t ions being- that M.cArthur bad lirst  killed the woman and Ihen corn-  mil ted   suicide.  The "'Leckie" brand of footwear,  manufactured hy the .L l.eekie Co.,  of Vancouver,  are.   favorites with all  I . a  Slough yesterday afieriiooii. the sock-  eyes were running there is bund-  reds at the flooding of lhe I id.:, and  not a net was out there to capture  tkem.  those  trial,  ment  state-;  Bivud mid   Water.  Sydney, N. S-, July ('..���������Wheu 18  prisoners in the county* jail were ordered out yesterday to commence  work" on country ronds beyond t.he  city limits, thirteen of them refused duly. 'These wore strapped by  one arm to jail yard gale, and regime- of bread and water ordered un  til thev/ caine to n reiisomible frame  of mind. This hud the rc-cjiiired effect, all .subsco/iieiitly ng-rc-ciiig to  march    oui   lo   t'heii-   duties. 1  -    '- ��������� I  'T  .���������The"i':j^njys.).;.'.  ',,.. J. ;McJiinpsey met with a painful  accident Kv'Iiile driving- ��������� in -'INo-.- ���������-d-  ni'in'e last week, ihis right forefinger  being crushed olV by'!'^^ becoming' squee  'zed betweeri   two boxes. '*'- ''!'-  j\rr. ! 'Joiiji ' Hiihei*'t:iand''Mrs.; Hil-  bert, have .spent'' the last' few clays  in town. Mr.^...llilbert hits for the  -hist,7.7,,years '.rein^esentecl',the Oregoi'i  Xurs'ery Co.,, _.,qf '.Saleiii,',���������'"Oregon.-  This Company last year!, shipped, live  carloads 'of trees to Vancouver.. Island from ordorsi,secured; by,-3Lr. Hil  bert. .    ,'..' ��������� ...-,   ... ���������;;.   !;  It is unclerst.oocl that !Mi*-. Nuiins  Iias. l-esignecl -a's' City 'Clerk. ' --'.'Mr (  Kuniis has served iiv this' capacity -ever since incorporation,"eig*Jit years  ago, and has "proved-"lihnself ei 'most  efiicicnl. b(Iicei*."'and''his ���������'severance dill i.s connection with-this'office-'���������' will  be .deplored by; his! many friends.  His late appointment - ns postmaster  howevoo, lias decided .him one-this  step, ns linder new conditions lie  will not. be well able to manage the  two.  For a cool, refreshing-���������  :-;^.iB:,A;-:TvH;7:;-;  During.the Summer  Monihs Calf on  ::;,'!./--;���������';  THOMAS'LEWIS  Shaving Parlors,  etc.,     High  Street  Fxcursiori  'files  Round  Trip  who   have  ever   given   fclvi-in    a   miik-e?/'.  preettnie    you     spend al  yon1!  TIIK  FMI'KF.SS. IS   PAST.    '  Quebec, July (3.���������The new C. P.  Ii. trans-Atlantic liner "Empress of  Ireland, nrri'ved at ilimouski today at 4:30 p.m. upon her : initial  vovvage. The ma gnificeid. 'vessel, although being i.le1.tTfiiert')V>-������������������"fog. both  off,the coc'ist of New Foiindland und  tho gulf. ' made a fast, run across.  Regarding her speed the Empress of  Ireland demonstrated by her first  three days at sea that already sihe  is the fastest steamship .-.on. ...the ;E>t:  Lavvrence route, eclipsing- slightly  the speed of her sister ship, the I  Empress of   Britain,  her   runs . being  l!TiaiK-.3r^fv  CootU  Trains'  July, 10  to  15.  To'   " Denver  August   7, 8, 9.  f ������������������!���������-,���������  To    ; .Milwaukee  Sent.  8, 9., ,10..'  ���������   ��������� To Toronto $83,70  75  dill a������ tho company's iildvertisc-'    "No, I   don't spend   a tenth ;oLil."  '"M--: ������������������������'--���������<������������������' ��������� -*-  ' -   -    nice    lit  em      Page'two.: of (this   issue'.   "Th'en: yntr must have  a  Lecloie's   hoots   aro "ull    lea-   lie balance  in. the .bank?" '  ther," and  made to  staml the  rciiish  jther," and  made to  staml the  roiiy;h      "Mopef( not: *   cent."  Lea- usage    iiwlerfcnn-? \vm'np-^Wn'WHn'^ ������������������'~''Hfia\:o, ''old  chap. "Vm  logger, the miner and the prospector,    myself."���������Houston Post.  /dot,  450 and" 'I'10  miles  respectively.!  1 After lnnding  the    luiiirli--li  mails, con  ���������sis-ting    of three hundred   and  twenty  Trine hags, nnd   one   hundred  nnd sev j  ! enty   |hi-eo -rfneknges   0$   parcel   post, ���������  married , 'he    Empress of   Ireland left  for Quel  Aug. 7, S, il.   .*>���������  TO    ALL   P  .   S  &.   IO.  0 I NT S  bee.  For -larUciilais. call   on     or  write P'. I'I.  lilnclwooil, Oen-  eral   Agent,   \'iilori,i,   B.C.  A.    D,     Charllou,. A.O.P.A.,  N.I'.,   Portland, Ore.  i W&i  ~&5$~.  "='*K*Si.5'--5?*j*-S''*^S<*"OTS^--STi^^ -*���������'  ...j..A*������v^._J  ^^-A--^..-r JT.ri:  I 1 V  THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  LOLi*bii.lS  LADYSMITH    TEMPLE,    -No.    5.-  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  ,    fellows' Rail    every 2nd ��������� and   4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MILS.  KATE TATE,  M. of R. & C.  : ssgssfiszsijs'^agsa^as  HSLBERT  *2r������i1!A������Sa'������3aiC>������!-J  L'Mll'.D   AiMULNT       UIUJKK    ul  IlUiJlilK  l\eiiiiiglc<ii   Oin\e   i\o    lb'    A    u.   .  Ait-vis   in  Hi.-   i*  i >   U -b'   I Sa.il,   : .  ilysiuifch.    the   .Second   and    - l'"c> .i ���������-  Wednesdays i.: i-.a-h  monl'i.  '-oii'm.  mg Wednesday.   l-lh .  I Sid-?.  Visiting  D'Tii*-      a'i ��������� u".iii'i   li  tl lid  IU   Gi i.*f  WM    KAI-TKh',   h-.-i-i S". "  I'ATKICK   IU*.-:;    \'     \  7I?5  B. Diei  &# &. ������  .a.***.������  MJFm  Siir^on Dentist  Ml   work*  guaranteed  and  at rea*'on-  ablc  rates.       ������  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE  .iaiacre .��������� t  Open  j ad>smith  at all  hours.  NEWSfNOTES  FROM NANAIMO  Dr. Dier can !>." ffi'UMl at any + >-  at his oflice on Gal acre st. His <L  tal vvoil. is gi u" an teed to be i'i:  r l.is-s  und  r.ilr.-   I'-ins. .liable '  undersigned  in  NOTICr. '  From tlii-* d:\ir, ihe  will no: t*e le.-ii'ins.ible foi any  dcbtcdtiess ��������� iui 111 re.! (-crept on ������  will tor; nifii-r .signed by the s"CTrt:in  Kowliiml   V.uhiii  V.   I.   LXPU'lMTfC-N  '.-J    i'LVF"  oi'ME.v:1 en., ltd  Non Merlon'.!  " ial.-ilMy  V������r-������"������lj      U     !'        Vj.     Ilili      "���������������������  w������  i :*-"���������& fi JHK S"1 3������  *l*>   *  i8*  ������1������  t.  Holle.ttar,   ]2%*  CUBANCiGA'RFACrORY  Mannfacturen; of th-1 Famous  CU SAN   !):/)S^l  None bit   Unin-i Labor    1 Employed  H  .1.  BOOTH. Prop  i.\0\ o JV\ Hii     Li A h fc U \  c-iioiri*:    CALLS    AND j past p.-I  ALWAYS     I'klESU   OK   11AM)  \\eliding    Ca!:e>i   'Hade    to   Order  l-i'.li'lS    A������D    CANDIES OF  ALL  MX US.     ^KESil    DREAD   EVERY    DAY  i'i ices    are      Very   Reasonable.      All  Ciisloineis  are   Treated Alike. .  HOP   LEE & CO.  ON THE   ESPLANADE.  'I lie big game 01* bn-eball bcev.-een  thc Primers and ihe Dry Goods men  vvi'l lake place at 'lfi-."it> tomorrow  mo.ning on the Cricket yroiin.-l'".  Th ��������� Prinici-s luive been practising  ha 1 I and already .several ol* their  mi! .her are in danger oi being il.-ai'i  ed by tho big team. Tho printers'  liii' up will be published tomorrow  inc. ning.  Till.: TWELI-TH  DI-'  SIO.V.  JULY   K.YCLH-  nuiy be utilized  electric lugging  iinV.-ei-   lands.  ioi*  the  opi'i a'- ion  01  I'uilvv .1-. m    nil 11   the  ��������� ���������v^������.^.U.^MUMM-  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEtlM  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HaMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC  PORTICO, BOSTON,  Aud tlic Prlr.clpiil llimliiosa Centers of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, HEW YORK AKD  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Time Tables, etc., addross  CEO.-W. VAUX,  Assistant Gcn'l rnsscMiger and Ticket Agent,  10S ADAMS ST.. CHICAGO. ILL  **������S3SaBaKMMMIHMHHHHHHHHl  . PIEBCY & GO.  Pahlgy Oya Wsrks  Fancy Dyeing and  Cleaning. Charges reasonable, etc.    Work Guaranteed  Commercial SN ��������� Nanaimo, B. C|  Manufacturers Of.���������   -  IRONCLAD    BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE a,W GOODS  VICTORIA, B. C.  TH SHOP  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO. ORDER and  REPAIRED   AT  SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILL.-  SHARPENED   BY  US      ALWAYS    GIVE  SATISFACTION.  -���������PICKS HANDLED A ND REPAIRED���������  -SHI P S M IT II I N G    I N    A L L   ITS   B RAN C IlKS  Horseshoers and Genera1 Blacksmiths.  Boiler Street   -  R   WRIGHT.  ���������'������������������'-     V .    '  -'���������"-"    -   Ladysm itH, B  J-^>A.t.^,j.<.,^^.|,..,....^/^^.:���������:<.j.^..T...<..t^..j.4^..4..j^-.r  ICE!     ICEI   IGE!  \yiLI be ���������Delivered-on  Mondays,   Wednesdays.  ..Fridays-and. Saturdays'..-'--  by  eleven  o'clock on  day ol Delivei-y,  Orders 'must be in  X  Limited  .'.NANAIMO^: B. C.  ���������*"V*"-K"'--h-i-M'--m-"-h*-*k~h*^  v -\- r->  f'-r '  1   t:i,  1 84  l   ii   f'  i & fha  ^    TRflDE-M/irtKS  i^ANDCOPYR.OHT-  'ADVICE AS.TO PATENTAB;L:7y gP^tPF  tNcticu in " luvuntive Age "      W  8 % XV. r'i-  *BooU"IIow to obtain l'utcnts" 3   "V, Piist'  1 Cliaryes moderate. No fee till patent is Kocuri-  [        Letters strictly confidential.   Address.  L.E. C.ASIC-GEnsJJ'atfcr.t Uv-vyer, Washington, D. (���������  Synopsis ol  Canadian  Ilomcstead  Regulations.  Any available . Ooniinion Lands  within the Railway Belt iu British  Columbia, may he bomesteaded by  any person who is the sole head of  a. family, or any male over e ghteeu  years of age, to the extent of one-'  quarter section of ICO acres, "more  or less. j  Entry must he made personally at 1  tlie local hind ollice for the district ���������  in   which  the land  i.s  situate, j  The homesteader is required to per- ���������  form   the conditions  connected   therewith    under    one     of  the    following  plans:  (1) At least six months' residence-  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for  three years.  (2) If the father, (or uioiher, jf the  father is deceased), ot the homesteader resides upon a farm in Uie vicinity of the laud entered for,  the    re  quirements as to residence may be  satisfied by such person- rcsiditig with  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in thc vicinity of his home  stead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by resilience  upon the said land.  Six monthe' notice in wrili..-.  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $ 10  per acre for soft coal and S20 foi  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres catf be aav'-tu'red [jy one iudivi-  diinl or company- Royalty at the  rale of ten cents per ton of 2,00u  pounds shall ho collected on the  gross output.  W.   W.   CORY,  Deputy  of   the Minister of Tntevlcr  W.   SILKR  ���������GENERAL hXPRESS. ANT  DELIVERY  WORK  rilOMPTLY   Pi  Leave orders  at, the   A bholsfon!  \rriiM������fiiu,nls hiui* hr-en coiiipb'l-  t-d with Mr. (J. I., ('oiiricnn.v whei-i-  b\ passc-n^ci-.s ���������di>.sii-hii> 10 stop ������i\i.m-  until the ' l.'lili enii do so upon pre-  si'iiiinj; 1 heir ivLiini 1 ieKc-fs nl I be  slnUoii in Victoria nl least ten iiiin  ul.--. before the irnin siuns fiom  Vi.-ioi-in, and pnyiiis' one dollar ex-  ir.i. lint nu return will lie honored  li.\ lieiny pre.ic-nted Id the conih'u'toi  on  ihe truiii  'i-'lioso in)ending; (o remain over  n*.i!.-'-l "comply with ihe alio\o. othei'  \ii-i������ lhe committee will nol he responsible for nny inconvenience. "It  would be well for intending- excursionists to si-cure- ticUels early so a;>  lo enable the conk-niltec to l.ro-  viile ainplo accomodation L 11.  A linseluill match has been ,tng  e.d hi'twcc'ii thc Victoria and t.,o N'a  naimo lejinii. 'In the evening- from  (! o'clock p.m. a baud concert will  he ni\'cii ai the (Jorge park.  D. MOr-TWT.  ������ See. 01" Com.   V   'lu reference to the article appearing- in Thursday morning's Hem If I,'  re the development of Vancouver  Island, the Vancouver Province 01  .July Oth has the following interest-  itii-- article.  According to a well authenticated  report the Fraser "River Sawmills,  Ltd., of New Westminster, is negotiating- with the 12. & Nf. Railway  Oo. for the securing of fifty thousand acres of t iiribev lands in (he  railway belt. _Thu.se lands are snifl  (o be situated between INanainio  und Ladysmith, nnd lie to the north  of tbe proposed extension of'the rail  ���������way  nt  Ciinibcrh.nd. s  Tho negotiations with the railway  authorities are being conducted by  Mr. Lester W. David, general mnna-  g-i'i" of Iho Prnser River sawmills,  and from what information i.s obftaiu  able it. appears that the sawmilling  company plans 1 c> enter inlo a con  tract to supply from.''the Frnisei* Riv  or'Mills nil the limb'ei" to lie used  b.v. the "ft. '���������'&���������' N. Railway, also to:  cut t"(������i- tiio use oi'llic C. T. R.,'. n������l  only on its -Pacific division but I'or  its carshops in Kaslern Canada.  ,. The C. P. VL. annually uses millions  of feet of the best Rrit.i.sh Columbia  lir in tho building of cars ancl"for  purposes .-in connection with its main  lenancc of way departments "on its  various divisions from the Pacific  lo the. At -Ian tic-' By the deal with  the Fraser River Sawmill's all this  timber is to be hereafter secured  from tho 0110'source at, New Westmin  ster. ".;.���������'������������������' ���������  It is. reported that a source of1 pos  silile power on the-\anainm "River  is being- inspected with a viw to gen  .orating -electric 'current to be used  in connection with the extensive logging operations to be conducted on  the immense nccrnge of timber to be  'worked. Although ir. is not definitely known to what nso this power  is'lo be put.  it   is   surmised    that it  On the S.S. Cil^\ of Xanaimo,  ivhiv-h arrived I'rom ('oinox yeslur  .lay were ipiiiu a large numo\r ol  .ia-.->cngei"s. iiuiony whom was .Mr.  il. Aill.cn, District agenl for \ iui-  ���������inhi'i' Island for llu- N'uith Anu-ri-  :n: I Aie As.siiraiiie rouipnn.v. who  ii.'ii sjient ������ coiif.l.- of v.cls in l-oin-  ,i.v .li-iirici in Mil- inie.e~i.-> oi \>>-  .-or.ipaiiy.  lie  repon .������������������  I.i.siii.'.-.s  m   h.s  linesiny  .III isi'acl Oi',\ .    Ill,'    l.i-eni    e\|0.silie     Ol  ��������� he graft ing i:.ci liod.s of .some ,n  hu American Life liKiirain-e Com  .uiuies having 1ml :'.*r\e;l 10 run-  ii'ni the c-iiniiil.-iu'i-1 I hiii the people  ur. e alwuy.s felt in Ih.' v'aiiaditui  J(>mpnnios anil with the dovcliifviienl  )i* the {joveinnu-nl in*, estiyal ion in-  o llu- ,' methods of lbe Cuniu'hin  -'���������ompanies the ^neial l.-elmj; ofioi"  d������'ie security- exp.-rii u<-ul liy the po-  ic*> holders uf ihe home companies  ia. steadily increase.I aiv.l it cunno--  ,c doubted thai one of the result--.  ���������)f all the recent turmoil in life in-  .uranc.e circles will resuli in groat  icinifil, to lilt' Canadian com1, allies,  -vho have verj generally I.con piovoci  o Juvve handled the funds of then  ><i I icy holders in -in admiialiU' milliner. ��������� ,  Rogiirding general business conditions. Mi". Aitken reports that the  .���������taost noticeable features are a scarcity of labor and a general disposition to bold laud for higher pi ic������s  Ahich it lis expected will undoubtedly be realized wilh the advent of  ,ihe railway to ihim. section of t lit-  Island, Scarcely any haul is being olVerecl for'suit' in Comox valley and whereov'er it is qiibtcd thc  price shows clearly the. complete  confidence felt by all sell lets iu the  immense iinproveiiii'HL in values that  is looked for during tho next year  or  two.  In" labor circles it is unquestionably true that -'Tlie workiiigiiian is  king*' ,inany of the farmers w"h������  have formerly depended on hired help  to care for and harvest their 'crops  find it impossible to secure it this  year at any, price- and in one instance the services of the Methodist, preacher had been impressed n  order to get the abuiulant hay crop  under coviM". In passing ii* might be  said thai the preacher proved himself fully, ec-iinl 1.0 llu; occasion. 'I'llis  scarcity of labor, is caused by lbe  most  part   by tin;    unprecedented   nc-  ���������%*.y*:.jc^.  ���������yy/////,y'^ r*������&&*'.^.  has two featurea which no good furnaoa should ba without���������  water pan ancl large double feed-doors.  The water pan will produce enough steam to moisten the  hot air, and so keep the atmosphere pure and fresh.  The large double feed-doors make the furnace easy to feed���������  you do not hare to be an expert stoker to keep from hitting the  door-frame every time you try to put in a shovel of coal 1���������and  rough chunks of wood can be put in easily.  Every feature in the "Sunshine"  is given the same care and thought.  Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.  Booklet free.  London.   Toronto.    Montreal.   Winnipeg.  Vancouver,    st. John.    Hamilton.  s^mmmmmim  M Ladysmith Hardy re l'o��������� oole Agents  ailable man is at present employed taking out logs, thc farmers tak  ing sufficient time from their logging ope rut ions to got the bay into  thu barns and then back again into  the woods.  This condition of affairs is the very  best, -indication of approaching in-  dust.rinl activity all over thc island and these v\*ho have been look-  in^ for tbib day of promise for  many years will undoubtedly hove'  their hopes fully realized, in the coining decade. j  "Mr.   Aitken   was   accompanied      on  his  trip   by   Mrs.   Aitken  and  child.  tiyity" in the logging .industry which  has this year caught the farmers  and others as a -kind of a fever.  The demand'���������for'.logs is so great nnd  the prices  so  high    that    every     uv-  M'i'iiard's   Liniment.cures   Diphtheria  MODEST.CLAIMS OFTEN  CARRY  MOST  CONVICTION  When Maxim, the famous gun inventor, placed his y;iiii before a committee of judges, he stated its car-  ���������ryiing- power to b-e niuc-h below what  he felt sure the g.iui would accomplish. The result of the trial was  therefore a^groat. surprise, instead of  disappointment. . It is the same with  the manufacturers of Chani'bierlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea' Remedy. They do not. boast of what  this remedy will accomplish, but prefer to let the users make the statements. What they do claim, is that  it will possibly cure diarrhoea, dysentery, pains in the .stomach and bow  els and has never been known lo fail.  For sale by The LadysiuiUi Pbar-  macv.  f  I  t  ������. .j........������..������..������..,..,..  cv  ���������"������������������"������������������"���������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������.���������������������������������������������.���������.���������������������������^  First   Class ,  Fdft HiRE  WOOD AND iD'ARK   FOR SALE    AND    DELI VER l-]|)  EXPRESS WORK.  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  ������euww3H������MtmR3w>Uf.x&.-u������.lu^auuai  Keep  house.  Minard's     Liniment    in    the  .,������.,������..������..���������.������������������-���������..  ������������������������������������,,���������..���������������������������..���������������������������.���������������������������..  ..a.-*- .������.������������������������������������������������������������������  NOTICE  LADYSirlim   WATEtf WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on   Roberts   Street  ������~  lay Water     Rates, between the 10th   and the SStli of each nicrth.  OfficeHiurs I P.M.4.39  T. 1 BLAND  SUPERINTEND ENT.  Express Work  (Uiu. of the largest performances ever  ������)iu   ou the staye in  tliis city was the  '.rirato.s of l'cuzaiice winch was play  ed in the Opera House last night)--by  a local amateur trotip of youngsters  hIid acquitted themselves as veterans. There was a fair house present  and ibe play fiom the beginning tu  eiul was earrh-'d off with a snap and  vim that - kept everybody in, good  humor and 'held the attention of the  audience throughout. To mention  anyone in particular as (deserving of  special notice is extremely cUtneult,  as every member of the cast tilled  their part to perfection, and could  be improved on but little by any of  the travelling companies. The "Pirates' of Penzance will be played a-  gain tonight and all who did not  have the pleasure of being present  last night should not fail to be in  atleuclance ihis evening and get the  treat  of their  lives.  Tho  following  is  the cast-  Richard, Pirate King ...Herbert Date  Samuel  his   lieutenant    Willie JUainvvaring  Frederic,  a  pirate  apprentice        Harry    Whiteside  Major-General   Stanley  of the British  Army        Elbe   .Jobnston-  lOdu-ni-ri, Sergeant    of   Police      Klwyn' Davis  il tu bio.   General       Stanley's   youngest  daughter    Annie   Collier  Kate,      I-'dith    and   Isabel,      Gencra.l  Stanley's Daughters���������.Edna     Johns,  Maude   Esroti.   Xollie--Nicholson.  Ruth   ......       Ursula Dobeso-n  Ciu>rcuis  ol"  General   Stanley's   daughters,   pirates,  policemen,  eU\  St. Petersburg, duly (.5.���������.While thc  net ion of the Lower House of Parliament today iu appropriating 87,-  .")0(l,000 to be dispensed by the administration I'or famine relief was  epoched as the first recognition of  Ihe cabinet by parliament and the  first step in joint, work, its importance was far overshadowed by the  revelation' oi" alleged admissions  made by the Vinan.'e minister Kol-r-  esvoflin of tho budget commission  nbout tbe passing oi estimates (or  tho liquidation of war expenses in  order to be able to extract a larger   loan    from   tho   foreien   markets.  The developments   made an  imnicnve  -*v nsation,   and were   eagerly   discuss-  . ii   in  tho   corridors   of  the   chambc.  u l.ci-o   it   was   declared    that if      ihe  -.1 .iiements    of  tho    eonvnisyion c-ba n  I., .'s   were    true    i!   placod      Rus-tin.-i '  Iii ancial     methods    on   a   par      with  those    of    Mushroom   Soutb    Ainei i-  uiii   republics,   and  would    underniiivj  lb-   confidence   of   foreign    financiers  in i lie   old guard now managing Tlus  'i.'iii   finances,     and   iirunensly     com-  ji'.ieato 'future,    credit,    operations. All  iLis is fish   for the net of the     Con-  si itutional    Democrats,    who   see    iu  the   revelations   the   brightest    pros-  pr-.-ts   foi-   transferring   the    admhiis-_  (ration  power  to a  responsible   cabin..!.    All   of    today's   moves   of    tbo  Constitutional   Democrats   point      to  a   realization of the expectation that  Oi->y  may     soon    be  entrusted  with  tho  full   responsibility   of government  ���������o-  WEALTHY  ENGLTSmr.lN-  CIDES.  SI'l-  liiversido, Cal., July C���������E.��������� ��������� SpeM-  co.s Stanhope, son of a wealthy English family committed suicide last  night   by     ill ting-   ids   throat -      -Tho  body was .discovered .at. noon:   today  ii . ������������������     .   .  at   the   Holyrood   hotel,   it   jjs    said  hero that Stanhope's l'athei������..is a, mciu  bet-  of  the   British 'Parliament.-  Minard's   Liniment cures Cold, etc.  NOTICE  .Notice is hr-rony given that 1 in-  Icnd to apply to (he Board of Licensing Commissioners 0f the City of  Ladysniith, at it next sitting, for a  transfer from myself to I-Ianry Blair  of the license to sell spirituous aad  ���������fermented liquors on left three (3),  Block. twenty-six (2G), on the premises known as the Cecil Hostel, sit-  uatecliOn Eirst Avenue in the city 0f  Ladysmith,  B.C.,  Dated  this 15th   dav   of June,    A.  D.  1900.  GEORGE  HANNAY.  Ity his  Atlorney in fact,  Henry   Reifel.  wi witm ���������r "TTiitvT ��������� r  Lle,ht Teaming.'  Orders  With���������  Wood  and   Bark   for  sale.  ?ea  J.   KEMP,   or    leave  W. CARTER,  TIRST AVENUE  PHONE      6-0  BOWEL COMPLAINT  IN   CHILDREN  During the summer months children  are subject to disorders of tlie .bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as the first unnatural looseness of the bowels appears  The best medicine in use for bowel  complaint is Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as it  .promptly controls any unnatural  looseness of the bowels. For sale  ' by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  ���������  . LASS     GLOBES  When you want a Glass globe  see that you get the globe  "with the rubber ring on it,  as it is the- only kind that  can keep the water out ��������� the  globes ^ without the rubber ring  cannot keep out water, you  can see that by exa-mining'-'  them. The artificial flower  that, is put into the globes  with the rubber rings, is giuar  anteed to be the best, and if  you want a ..globe with a  Rubber Ring, "call at Mrs. T.  X.  Jones, agent for  H-3NRY CREW  The only    place you can   get  Them.  .Sole  Agent in B.C.   for     the  French    Wreath Co., of   London,   Paris,   Melbourne,   S.A.,  Cor. Comox Rd. & Milton St  NANAIMO B.C. ���������*-..-*)-.  wu.Kt&ji'J'fcTwa;  JW.-t<M-rf!nn JsU jtmat*  ���������B������Mr.-WB.��������� lW ������**-* v u  ^B&&*������^i^������Z&'&?w���������''  '   , .  TOE LADYSftUTfT DAIT/Y LEDGER  ���������"���������1  ������������������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  T It E  ���������-^mx*  . ,v%������������������**--���������W.''  COASTER  od English Eh die  l This cut  illustrates  the celebrated Eadie Two-Speed Free-Wheel J  ? with which wc are able to   tit  any  of our   English   Bicycles    lo ���������  ! order,  enabling  the ridei   to   Climb steep  hills  with comparative ���������  ? ease.                                                                                                               ^  I We are selling  the   Eadie    Coaster  Brake  which  can   he put on X  ? any wheel, old  or new.   This .Coaster  is  the simplest and  best ���������  \ coaster  on the  inaiket,  will not lock  or    slip,    and    costs    the ���������  ������ same  as   (ho common   brakes that  give so  niuc-h  liouhle.     Have ^  f an E-atlie CoaS'lci   filled  to  your  hicycle.     We  sell  and   mend all ^  makes of bievdes.  Victoiia,   B. C,���������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  THOMAS PLIMLGY,  Cjovernsiient St. (opp. PostolTice.)  * It's MONEY in YOURPOCKGTS |  *  .*   ���������to buy your-  BOOTS & SHOES AT BICKLHS *  >-*������=.*kLurc^3������  J-*1  *<*��������� li  *#  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������   The Best Quality, Guaranteed at t-h-e Lowest Prices Jg  Your  Honey   5prc  Out a Lon:;- Way at  ds f  ���������$���������#���������#���������$��������� *^*^#^-^*##00^^-^^### $$ <fH&#^  Smith, Fotos/;li���������  Local  Items  aeon    .'-l   Cowichan Gap.     A  as received   from    a  govern-  That's All!   m���������*   0,inml '<--sl,in������   ('he  al)OUi   ���������,irm  _J i. ���������,ior  lei nib  toi   a  launch  and   two mpn  Mr.  R. Ilarrup  was a passc-JUTi  Nanaimo  al   noon  today.  io '  I  i  [during  lhe    v.nrU ui constiuction for  I towing woik, flu.  Smote Big I'   '-iftais  Mrs.  C.  H.  Dickie,  of    Duncan,    *.���������  the guest  ml Mo*,  and  Mrs.   Macklm  Jlrs. J. W. Wat sin, and Miss Johnson were prasseng-eas to.Vancouvci on  this moraimg's Joan.  -V man iiune-.l  l\iwi.\  fiom  oiu-   i'  lhe shijs lying  a-1     Ihe  wharf,   was  evidently   1 ol'irig   foi    tioii:,l>   lasl e  oiling, and,  as    is  I'.su.illy  lhe   -vs.*  fouiiil it.     In  tlie course of  -;   ;>i  ment with a  man from  anollu*-*   '���������''  faviif 1-, j I lege ci  to have struck   his  opponent with  a  lock  o'er the   eve  and  ilus  f ,1(110011   -.-..is   brought     lie-  is   i'oie  Juslac" of    the   Peace   Stew ait  Mrs.  M.  Saunders,   ot   Victooia,    .���������   ,������������������w        ��������� ���������   .   in  the  city  for  a  few   days  visiting   who impost-d a 1 ne ol  1>3 .ml 'osls.  Mr.  and Mrs"  H.  Mack 1 m.  i  i .  I    Mr.   Kick states    that   the     ndi. ���������-  in   X.tn.iiino ���������'contest    loi      man led  ladies   nl   the  i  gone,   up  on ' Mei iv-go-ioi.n.l    hi*-. I   e.ennij,   ! in-_.lt  I out some of tho   best   rulpis ever   o.i  i  Alls. P. Kl'otchei is  this afternoon, having  the  12  o'clock  tiain    -   ������  j ()1C    machine        Airs    rI.it" won  Mr.  Win.   Heverulge  is  out   ol      Ihe-'pn/c.   although    so ei.il  oilier  city this  atleinoin,'s-'h<i\ing  journeycl I wclc   close   seconds     Touh-JiI ,  : will   he  a in we    of  1>2 ."'(|   for  , ladies       lt   is  will  woi Ih  .i   vi  Isci- the fun, even if  ton...   I  Hi  ���������   ..s  ihere  -.iiij;1  it   I  to ride.  Try a Pro' itice f'i^ai.  up to Xanaimo al- noon  'I he Doniiiwon Da\   Cele>i.-.r,i,t40ii (ou>-  niittee hold   their*filial meeting    <e  Monday evening next, when   it   i-.   i,  iquesteci that all accotinls. eie  foi  settlement.  '.    "What's all    the  ice-cream    coming  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars j mlo town for lodiy? '. was the-ques-   .  {lion   at   the liam   this   morning     as  Mr. H.  Ward  was  a passeugei     tojficc/er aflet  Fwe/ei was-taken Jrom  Nanaimo   this  noon    and   will   ' -i un ' lhe express cat, and wheeled  into the  in  the evening accompanied   I)'.  Ward.     They will  spinel  the n"*  weeks camping  on   the  opposite  of the inlet. ������������������,'.-  ";���������-,    station.     1 he q'uestion   was s-atisfac-  ii .   I toiiiy aiiswcicd  wli'n  it   was  anJiotmc  .,ide ; ed- that it' was  to is usad   on     the  I moonlight  excursion   lir-dtr   the    auspices  of  the city  band to-nig-ht.  Tho  weather   is  uiaguiliceiit   for'an  excursion, and   those aUrnding this   even-  BYERS VS.  HILBERT  Next Satmtlay evening ifi the date  set for the hoxing t contest between  W. Hilbettr and V. Byers. 1|. will  he lemeniibered that these two met  in a shoit' preliminary to the fight  between ITaimay and Fernandez here  son-- '-me rftgo, and although lil*t?n  match was* only for four louiids, it  was a continual nriv-up all Ui.*- way  through, and was much enjoved hy  I lie .spectators. After the main cv-  enl llierie. 'was considerable eoniin-eiit  on this preliminary, aml as a ijcsult,"  livers thought that he was abetter  man Uian Hilhert, and said so. The  la I ter thought differently, with (he  K'-ull that a challenge, for a real  match was issued and accepted, and  lhe even I will come off on Saturday  evening nenvt. It will certainly be  well worth seeing.- ' **   o���������'   N1*]Vv"rA[LWAY TO VANCOUVER.  -Vancouver, Wash., July 7.��������� The  'Portland Railway- Company's new  hue (o (his city openu'-d last Saturday. The occasion -was celnhrated  with a lj.'viu;|ni'el at tho "Hotel Port-  'laii'd, which was attended by H largo  liiinnhei oi" the most prominent men  or both \'anccu\OL* and the Gicgon  metropolis. Regular service over the  ne.v roa-d was* commenced Tuesday,  .uul nil day cars, hauling trailers,  weie crowded  to Uieir capacil.}.  Two mining men from- Vancouver,  went up lo Cowichan Late on Tuesday to Un:k at the property of Clifford Teirian. This is /������no of tho  best prospects on tins Island, and  will im douht comma no capital lo  la' c hold of and develop it c:ooii. ���������  Cowiclniii  Leader.'  Summer IfaKiJishy is  lipe aud at vein s rvice  whenever you can find it  conveiiient to diopin   '  Well dressed men have  learned to come heie for  "diffcienk." ihiiiijs and always found what Ihey are  looking I'or  Shirts, Neck  wean Hosiery  Underwear  That's different from  the. kind that stares  you in the face the  moment you en ter  most Stores   J  You'll find ou* prices  very satisfactory for  we never charge more  than you'll be willing:  to pay  Walters &  Akenhead  i  '"ive just received a shipment ol  Hills'  high tirade  ENGLISH TOBACCOS  and  GitiAREl rrs  DRUG, STORE  (^^������������������������������������^*^t^..*M������������'M<'>������*^*:^*'>������-'*'������->*������������������**������"'������** ���������'*������������������������������������*���������������������������������*  ?*" Get Your  ,.    -.*.���������  {      SUNDAY  EXAMINER  NEW YORK WORLD   AND   NEW YORK JOURNAL  ���������AT-  ���������MS MU M  Maa&ssgs^ngsz  v ��������� va ill fill o der> next week fo: ��������� i   .:s vinii, F;ui  .t  STKAYIOD���������On  oi   aho'il   lh''h,l    ni  ��������� Itilv, a -Maltese kitten sli.iycd fiom  iny   residence    on  Gakicrs   Rlreol  Finder  will  co.ifer a favoi   hy ieav  in,!; any  information at   (heff cilnei  omcc.  iVtessrs. Harru.p & Hay den have ie  cei-voil word that work will he com  mencod    shortly  (>n   the construction   ing are assured a .ROc-d time.  Minard's  Liniment  cures  Cold,  etc.      Minard's   I,inimen:t cures  Diphtheria  ^���������wwww wm^w^mw^ mm&xmiM^  111  ^   Takes'your app������tii* away, and U> entice you  we are carrying  ^    good supply of��������� '   i f  %    Choice  Oranges.   Fancy   Lemons,   Ilipc   Han ma.,     . I uicy    Peaches,    <  -^   Sweet Phmis,   ������ed  and   Blacj- C-lierrie.-all. nice .and irfish-   ��������� ^  TUKSDW   we cvpccl/lo sup-ply   you'   iviib.pKCi'ervj.iig   Cherries,   jjg  Raspherries,  Black   CurranU;   unci Red t 'urrants.  Leave  Your Order s  pfc****���������~^������-������rVKl-^������������-*-W*^ flSCT  ADA/Vl  Mhmtft^^mmmmmmmmft  TOfTO^  Uty   Band   MootiliRht  IZxcursion  Around the Islands  Per S.S. JOAN,   s  Saturday, July 7th.   ''  Boat leave' nt 8 p.m. sharp.  Adults 50c ���������Children ( Undei-12) 25c.  LAUNCHLVG PARTIES.  Parties wish iii" t,0 engage, n first-  ckiss launch for picnic- or excursion,  parties at reasonable rates should  apply to II. BL.-Vrit, Cecil Hotel,  City. Launch may be engagi-d for tlie  evening at any time ' st  NOTICE.  T have taken over the .scavenger ���������business lately handled by M.: Camphell  and am prepared to do work in this  line in first-class shape. Leave orders for heavy learn work, scavenger  work, etc., with Messrs. , Blair Si  Adam. Also any complaint regarding scavenger work will he attended  lo if I a iii at this place.  ROBERT  CALLANDER.  Ladysmith,  B.C. ' . '  Ask for Capital find Nugget Cigars  li Boxes For $1.00  CUR.RANTS  12 Boxes For $I.oo  BLACKBERRIES  12 Boxes For $1.00  Fresh   Cowichan   Butter on ice.always on hand  SIMON   LEISER   &   CO-   LTD  ^    FRESH SUPPLY OF  ���������������  and Bed I  SI   WE  HAVE ON  HAND SO MR  VFMY  NlChV  % ROLLED COINED BPJ:i:  12 1-2C. LB.   ^  i A. HOWE "    .3  E . MEAT   MARKET ������ ^  MSBM������3SS&S������3Ei&WBB3m9^ -  S.    W.    P.   $2.00 Gallon  0  ELEPHANT $1.75 Gallon  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  ugssaESA  { Pioneer Dottlin; Works  11st. time, ladysmifl*,. B. C  ] V. f. Rumrnin?. Prop.  !     MANUFACTURER OK  i Carbonated Beverages.  ! Ginger   Beer  i Fruit Syrups  ! 1\   O.    Box   24S  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<  PiCNiGEBS Attention-'-���������������������������  Wc have made arrangements  to .have a launch leave the  wharf every hour duriuip; Thins  day afternoons ami cn Sundays after 10 o'clock in lhe  forenoon far the, Green, and  shell beach, where wc have established refreshment booths.  Ca,mpers wishing plots for  tentiag; shjuld apply early, a.s  the   camping-season * is nearly .  here ,; ---..:;  - . .������������������������������������-��������� ~j-f..  n������iS   McKINNELLEY    . HUGH   THORNLiiY  W. G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST avenue:  Suits    Made lo  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  y  fiet jour eyes tested , prope rly. Willi iu.-,lr,iimeiiis especially  adapted for that purpose, ;a-iut not by guess work. We test eyes  by tiie'.latest method free of charge, and if you need .Glasses our  prices are moderate for .the. h,(*st quality of goods.-  ��������� ���������*��������� i  ~r -T'--  B   FORCIMriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  *S������-i"������SS3^;:SiHSa|!*^^  P1CTORE  Fresh on hand  VEAL, LAHB and BEEF  BACONS, HAM and SAUSAQE  E.G. PAN NELL  GAT ACRE ST.        LADYSMITH  ��������� ������������������<������������������ mmmavarKtottsi, ������- a������a   emm&ammmameemo'^eaoaco  and latest Patterns axiil   Fin.ish.es in  FRAME MOULDINGS.  -%��������� -^ ������������������������' ���������*���������  ;    PLAQUES.  -*-'*-������������������"������>'  WALL PACKETS.  .!'.-*���������.���������*���������*������������������*���������'  Pictures��������� Britisli and; German.   Bevel  Plate Mirrors.  -*������������������������������������������������*" ���������"���������*���������.  Passe Par tout Picture Binding in  all colors. Just arrived from the  factory in the East.  ���������* ��������� ���������%. ^ ���������*���������  Picture Fravnin ���������; Neatly done at  H.  KAYS  WALL PAPER DEPOT  Granite and Marble Works  m  Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc, at the  lowest prices consistent  ,\viih lirst class stock anil  workmanship. ''rite    for  catalogue. :y /  A.   STEWA'RT,  148- Yates St. Victoria  B.C  Smoke a Big  B  Cigar.  .'"ENiM-KANCE"  (813?. II.   S. B.)  At Johnson's Livery Stab.e every  Tuesday at noon, and will remain  until Wednesday noon, each week.  T������RMS-$ IS TO INSURE  I


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