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Array LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLE  The  v-am      umLV.-  VOL ,2  SATURDAY,   July   21,   1906.  PRICE'FIVE G-BNTS  CM HAVt IHt  CUP IF THEY  ill fi  II  'i'lui following letter in roieroiico lo  Uiu liiLeriiieilinto League Cup np-  pears in d. recent is*-.uo of tho Cum-  hcrlaud - .News:  h"diior   Notts.���������  Su-,���������J bog .small space in your i>u-  I������cr to reply lo :i luL-lur whah appeared in Liidysinith Ledger of July  8Ui, under iho- signature oi A. .Maxwell, re thu liiLi-i-iiiiidii.il.--' Football  Cup,   held      in       trust  by   me.    Now,  -Air.. Kdilor, in Lhu ��������� ii-s-.U place nu uiiu  bin Air. .Maxwell lias ever inst ruet.  ed mu io send this cup to Ladysmith, and tho i.-icl.i are us staled, I  did not Hunk it vv'as any of. his  business    so   look   no   notice    of    bis  ���������instructions.' This Cup was given  into my charge by .Mr.' II". Farmer,  Capiaiu oi' thu winning loam,, and  Air. AlurU Coe, and 1 might say J  did not Know ihal- the cup hud Jio'-n  pilnyed for until All*. Jd ax well iuforin  oil mc ihal Lad.vsuof h hud won it-  und iiisli-ucU'd me io send it on ���������' 1 o  Air. Adams, Now, Air. lCditor, 1 (!o  not wjiiU. this cup, UuL because "of  the facl. thut. I am lbe holder of the  same there is no reason why I  should be insulted hy Air. .Maxwell  regarding thu furniture in my house  and might sa\ IhaL- my l'uriiiLtii-e  suits me, and 1 iblnl. nl'-o I hat this  matter    is  none   of his  business,   but.  ���������t"VJ,r.    Editor    when the   Sec rein ry    of  t"he Ladysmilh, team nsks mo to  send thc cup to I hem, Ihey being*  the winncs, 1 can assure you thai  ������ shall only be loo glad to comply wit bins request, .-wilh tho consent of. (he hoys In whom thc cup  belongs. Thi-iiil'iiig" you for tho a-  bove  space,   I. am  sir, ". '-���������   -   ~" "  Yours,   llespbctriilly,,  T.  11. CAREY.  OC&L MEBCHANT  ���������S!tVlif..���������K  P&YS GOOD PRICE  \U FIIEIGliT  The report of tbe Board of Tradii  meeting, which appoared in those columns yesterday, wherein a islatt\meni;  regarding the freight rat-es paid by  local merchants is coutaincd, is causing consideraible- discussiou. It is  .sincerely hoped that something may  be cu'ecle'd towards reducing these  rates by,, the steps proposal by the  board. As another instance of the  excessive rates at present paid, o.ie  'of lhe local merchants today leceiv-  1 ed a carload of Hour on which he  '-was forced t0 Pay $15 more in l'reigh-  -lage than the same car would have  cost either in Naiiainiu or  Victoria.'  PHIL1PINO  LEADERS  ARE CAPTURED  WushLng-lon, July "Ji).--Thi. United  States bureau of "tonsillar allairs  has received * Lbe following- *u-lo-  gi-iiiii l'roiu the tlu'.ni nor I'ciioral of  the "I'hilippincs: Aliu-ariu Sakuy and  PYanoisco      Cai'rcon.        self styled  I'resident      ami       lb' Viey-I'ivsi-  denl of the i'hLllippiiii: Republic. ti.  \ illiafiierte, Lioiilc-iiniii ('moral ol*  Un- Ladroncs, lien'I of ore infesting  lii'/.ulind Lagr.na, Clenei\i| Julian  Alontnlon, Lucia Devogn and liena-  lovitn, importunl subordinates, have  .surrendered and are in custody al  "Manilla."  lit Cebu, Governor Or.monl has secured the surrender ^pi ull remaining  outlaw 'loaders,   and   all   guns.  L   expect   complete   pence    now   except   as    to    phuipo   Salvador,      und  his    fanatical    foi low ' rs   ihmuohoiil  Luzon and  1 be  prospe Is    of   getting  him, are  encouraging'."  iiCOMUOY  HAS HIS E&RS  fiLMOST TORN OFf  ': acoiiva, July 21. ��������� An, eight-year-  PUNS FOR  UB6EST DRY  DOCRC IN WORLD  Wash iiu-j" on,   July 21. ��������� Plans  for  tlie  old hoy named Jones, wilh his cars j Un: hir-.es! and bcU drydoch  pa i tly torn loose from his head, i.s'world a������*c being pien.ued in lbe bain" charge of Humane Oilicer Hrown; j "Jan' of yards ami docks at tho n.iVy  white- warrant have been issued'   for   department.  ��������� , ���������    -i- .....  iu, .,,���������i ������������������.  '    -'I be last appropriation act o /nl.ijia-  tlie arrest oi his step-nioinei anil ia-.    . . .* *    , ,    ,    ,  . . ,'    ���������     ,,   ed  a  provision   lor a dock   lo     cost  (her,    Air.    and    Mrs.   -John  Doe, .. SJ .^^   ^  ^ t.ollslJ,���������.Uvil al    lhi;  Jones, who are    accused    of horrible   uaVy .yard ,cn ,1'ugel Sound, t'l his am -  bruiality  to  the child.     The   child's   ouiit'.is    larger    than ovii  heictofoie)  mind has become- partly affected from ' appropriated for a dock, ami the now  ill-usage.       The  family   lives    in     a  HILBERT & BAYERS  MEET TONIGHT  -������fc4-*-  The Money is up, and Both Men  are After it-Main Event  Will Start at 10 O'clock!  -shack and    'is  in    very   poof circumstances.  ,   Hert    W'illard,  a  19-year-old yoiiny,  man of Puyallup, is in   the jail 'on   ., . ,    ,   ,  ���������    t i .im.    . .,     '.-   dy  hetn    selected  charge of murder,     lhe boy is one ol     }      t  .'C.eral    who     \v"������re    in-    bathing iu  Aloore's pon.l last Friday when Lloyd  ('.  lladdeai was drowned.      Benjamin        ,   . ,       .  e,  Madden,     father    of  t,he'dro������n,d' \<^ti, and     lhe  . ���������,..,     ,     ...       ,, . ' pnichased    on      the  Pacibc coast,  u  , oy, charges Willard with rccivin-r   a  l.oat ai������d throwing Llojd into the  waler. Air. Madden, sr., clafinus tha-|  'Willard swani out to the boat and  l,c������.an rocWing it, l'mally throwing'ouo  le������ over tho side of the boat, and  when the craft lurched threw his sen  out. Willard and tlie other boys tell  I hidden to his fate, sayft Mr. H.id-  ���������diii, notwithstanding that the boat  was drifting within a few feet or  v. here hie was drowned.  MINING PROS=  PECTS GOOD  The Cowichan Loader of yesterday,  says: ftliniiif.* is '.steadily g-oin^abe^d  in this district and more prospectors  are out in the mountains than over  ���������liefoie a I one time. Tin.- \'aiicouvei-  Miniii" ;iiul Dc,\-elo;ii!ient Co., :ih'KioU-  silali aie working steadily on their  properly and sluppiii'j; gf,od ore. All.  .'���������'.icker is aiboul the sjiui-a bu.l, of  ��������� ii'irse, every person who has Kid any  ibii' to .do with ������|iiar('/. in.ijiiiiiy  must l.now- that it lakes time and  W," sincerely ho.pr- that lar������e bodies  money to (iml out what is iclosv.  of oie will yet lie found 'there, and  while il is impossible to get jiiiy iif-  forinaticn wilh legard to thc Tyee.  mine, other companies on the mountain are very hopeful. At least, 'they-,  are foiling ahead and both shipping  and developing.  DRAMATIC  SUICIDE  Windsor, Ont,., July 21.���������On the ova  .of her: arrest for complicity , in tho  death of Mrs. Marry M-oriiingsiar, a  ���������beautiful yoiiu'a;'woman ased nineteen  ���������e.ii-s, by malpractice, Dr. Msii*gueiito  Hell, pracliciiio- physician, residit-b on  ClilYord street, Detroit./ swalloiwed a  <ltadly drug, dying thirty minutes later.  For several months QiC aiithoriticji  had exercised a eli.se surveillance  over Dr. I'ieM's ofiice, jn expectation  of seciii-intj; evidence against her in  .-on nee (ion wilh several criminal operations which hail ended -filially.  When tvhe detectives arrived at the  Clifford street residence, Or. lull  met them, hat at first denied com  plicity in the ���������'MoiMiiug.sta.r affair.  When confronted with the confession  of the -vietim, -howcA-er, she l*..rolve  down, and practically admitted every  thing: When l.rdil that she must accompany lbe oillicers to the police  station, she assented williiudy, but  excusing herself for a niomen-t., slep-  ped into tbe hvidrooni. Shi: eiuergeil  a momenl later, almost falling into  Detecti-c Seymour's .arms, as he  stood out'-'idc I lie. door. When medical aid was sumiii! uied it w,as found  that the lady  was  dead.  Traces of white pynvder,  which sh-"*  had evidently swallowed were   found,  BSSEBTS-O.:' " ' ^ :  'TO-MORPOW  For the basel.ali 'jw.ie tomoirow  af let noon between Cl.eiiiuinus and  Ladysmilh, the follotwin^ playcis  will represent the Locals: E. i.larlce,  J. Kerr, ���������'. Sanderson, A. i\loiiis0n,  0. Oelcoiirt, M. lvianucl, M. Kwrr, J.  Cross.-in, A. Saunders, J. Dtuiibar.  The match is call-ad for 2 o'clock.  Heralding l..isc!j������II, the Cowichan  Liadei lu.s the U.Mowing lo Say: Instead nf io a iiiy, (o Mum an l.ust Saturday, the Lad'suiiih hasi'ibull club  forfeited a game lo our local boys.  The Ladysmith team his practically  so-far as can he leainod, db/l-anded,  and will play but few ganit.a during  Ihe lcinainder of tho season- Thu-.  tlicie are only two (cams left in the  le-'guu, Nanaimo and Duncan. If La-  dysiiuitli falls out al together it will  knock the spirit out of the oilier  teams as far as league games ai'o  concerned, hut it is hoped they will  finish the season. The forfeiture of  ���������this game puis Dducan -in second  this game   puts   Duncan   iu    second  ANXIOUS TO  GOTO JAIL  dock will, when completed, be able  to tabc iu the largest balUi'sliip either iu course of construction <>i in  contemplation.  I he' location tr>f lhe dock   has alrca-  it   the yard, and  Isorinjjjs aie not.v (being madi; to leai'n  lhe depth of the fo nutation.        It >s  io  be,Va e^iw.rele dock  of the largest'  materials will  be  on  j lactiiiahle.  The,'clock is lo he so constructed  ihal it can l.e lengthened if vessels  rn' greater length s-houhl be huill in  lhe future. It will he thirty-seven  feel in- depth over sill, which will  piovidle for the docknig oi any \es-  ;..l that, can |������c built, unless some  i n..no-A'n system of building is developed.  i    The greater depth of the new  dock  [ is  also-designed to meet cases wli-He  a  ".esyel has  been  injured  and draws  | much  more  than  the ordinary  depth  on account of  the injury.  'lhe money  is  up, and (he    H ������&.?  re lendy, ami all that now remains  to l,i- done .before ihe match stiarts is  In- w'.'iil- until t*n o'clock this even-  i >_;, as that is the time decid,������t upon  b,- I oJi bo\ers to commence opera-  lions A.s all local sports know, the  match referred to is Ui#,t which is lo  la!-' place iboUvfi&i W. llilbert and  W Havers this ceding, in the Opera  Ho isc, for a si-de-'Le-t ol fifty dollars  ���������and sivly and forty |>er cent, of lb'.:  :,ate  icceipts.      Bayers  put up     $25  Uie  on *  .i if there was nol a soul in  h use to witness it. Xftilhu-  ib'iins to be a professional fighter,  but .each thinks he is good/,enoughto  "do" the othei fellow.  There will be two good pi-elimiii-ur-  i s before the main event, which will  not be started before ten o'clock, in  order that those working in stores  may ha\e an opportunity of witnessing iho contest. The jireliminaiiis  ' i1! star!  at nine o'clock.  with  tho  Ledger  as foifci I  m ni3V  MARINE  BREVITIES  ������������������������.-<>���������������   The steamer Senation: is due in Seattle today with $-300,000 of treasure fi'oin N'ome.  *    ���������    ���������'  The S.S. Wellington left Seattlu  yesterday bound for  l.ailysniiUi.  ���������  ��������� ���������    ������  The h'lyer and scow were in port  today fpr coal.  ������    ���������    ���������  S.S.  Belfast  is iu port today   for  200 l/o;ns of fuel,  ���������. o   RECORD TIMBER TOW.  One of the largest timber lows ever brought into Vancouver hai|,,or  came in last nig-ht behind the tugs  St. Clair and Sea Lion. There were  seventy swifters in the boom, which  contained three million live hundred  feet. Most of tlie timber Was for  the  Paterson Timber Company.  but until an analysis has been made  the ev.;lct cause of death will not ho  luiowii. lb'. Alarguerite Bell wa.s -15  years old, and bad been practicing  medicine in Detroit for the pasM, twA  a ears, Previous to taking up medi-  tine she was a schoolteacher in Mor-  Peth, Ont, where her sister, Mrs. Isabel McKlnley still resides.  I  Joliette, UL, ���������Louis A. G-ourdain  arrived in Joilette yesterday accoiu-  jianied, by his ��������� wife--and son- His-jj-a.*-  |j������ge was labelled "peaiientiaiy annex." Courdain took a carriage for  1 lie street corner nearest the main  entrance of th-e prison and prepareil  to establish his family in quarters  outside the walls of the institution.  He left iiKtbe. afternoon for Washington lo plead with Uie United States  supreme couit that the penitentiary  sentence hanging over him be carried  out. If he fails in this effort Gour-  dain said today he would build a prison here aiwl commit himself. Courdain v. as convicted of conducting a  loll cry and .sentenced to four years  imprisonment. He was released from  Jail ou July l.'l, pending mi appeal  to the supreme court. Gourdain, how,  t .er,-insisted on serving thc sentence  in the state prison, saying the Cook  county.jail  was loo noisy  for hini.  PEA Oh' AMONG  THAW'S LAWVlf.R������  .Vow Sort, Julj 20.���������Peace appar  ently has been dt.-rlai*<'d among tho  lawyers who lately have ivprc-sontod  Jlarr.s K. Thaw since tho night hu  shot and killed Stanford White of  the Madison Sipiare Ivfiof Cardcn.  Today former dndg-o Olcolt of the  firm of Black, Olcott, Brubor "and  lioynage lurned over to Clifford W.  Hartridgo, Thaw's personal attorney  all lhe papers he bad i������ the case  with the exception' of tbo reports of  the private detectives, which have  boon made lo him since -the ��������� alleged  murder  wa.s committed.  As n. reason for retaining- these Col  Olcott said lhero was a ..question  in bis mind as to whether 1 hoy be-  lon-ji'od to Thaw or to the person  who paid for them. This action by  Judge Olcott undoubtedly will result in a dismissal of ihe writ issued against his firm yesterday to  show cause why the papers in Uie  case should not be relinquished to  Thaw's present counsel. Justice Mclean in the Supi'inoo court tof'uy  heard arguments oi the application  of Thaw's counsel for an absolute  writ of prohibii ion directed against  thc district attorney and tlie July  grand jury, t0 stop the taking- of tos  timony against 'J'haw without the  prisoner being- represented. Decision  wa.s reserved I ill Mrs, Harry Thaw,  nl'iei* visiting her husband in the  Tombs today went to the ollice. of  Mr. Hart ridge and made another  long- affidavit giving her life since  the time she came to Now York.  Mrs. Thaw had previously made the  same slaleirienl   to Mr.   Olcott.  ITart-  WOMAN LOSES  FORTUNE  I h.������ match of tonight origiinat.'..!  several days ago over a short, four-round prelimijiifiry  and today "llilbert H which the principals went on for  lilacpd in our hands $50. II������.says he fun in0re than anything iel.se. During  has J25 more to l>et. on himself, t'o ilie mix-up, a few hard blows were  if anybody thinks he is goiug to get 'a'vlcd, and after it was over, each  'icled, here is a chance (or some easy j w-.s telling what he could liav,e done  un ney. Bayous will come up wdtit th.*, I��������� ihe other fellow. They eventually  ic'.-.t of his loin this afternoon, and ' ..i: t, when it was decided that t':o  no difliciilty is anticipated on th? ' cnly '"way to settle the question was  iiueslion of referee. \n Tact, both j lo ha.ve a regular match, and let  miii arc so anxious to fight that the t!*? best man win. The match is to  pro'.abilities are they would have   a   he a fifteen-round contest.  ridg-o called on Thaw bite today, ho  ���������afterward said: "Harry i.-* in a good  frame of mind and apparently glad  Ihat his teg-ftl affairs have been  strightened  out.  New York, July 21. ��������� Tho -Herald  ���������says:  ���������"���������Gems of size and value Uiait make  their descr ption read likie a list oi  loot from a royal Lieasui-c-Jioiise have  l.een stolen, and defectives have  been raking the city high and loj.v  seeking to trace them. it is man>  years since the police aulhorities  fha\e had on ha*.-id a search i'or score-s  -.1 diamonds, ltost of which aie ..  targe as pigeon eggs and So nuiiw-  ons that an est mate nt their value  .1  t5o,0(i0     was  treated  wilh   scoin  , wholly lnadoquato.  "llhile the deteeii\es who are pro-  sicutiiiig t.ie search refuse to give o'H  any informal ion, it is learned ih,.u  ihe jewels wi-re stolen from a wet.  unoMii i\'ew *i ork society woman.  "ihe most magnificent jeweled oi  n.unetit of flk> stolen treasures i.s ..  Moinaeher, which reseaUiles a girdh  i lire, m which only the linest iii.,  moiids arc set. 'Ihey range m si/i  ..ji lo six carats. Of tin-,  the detectives i1;iu. A photograph,  which indioates Uial. it is one ol tht  woild-fiUiiiOiis collections oi perfect,  gems._  ���������"'I here arc twenty-live othei articles ol diamond jewelry in tlie lost  or missing gems. These also are s.-t  with very large and very/line stymies.  Pour carats is about tiie smallest, of  those, set -as soli tarts, and other  stones run to s-iv carats aii'd' even  larger.  ������������������'Who has been tlie victim of 'the  robbery is a secret., which the detectives  arc guarding most  closoly. '  KEPU.SI'' TO COAll-: TO TLOKMS.  ItiilValo, \. \ ., .lul.v ���������������*.������.��������� The l'n-  it ed Tvpol helae of \meri.ii l oda.v dt\  '���������lined, l0 confer ujlh oll'u ials of t'iie  liileriiut ional Typ.dgrapliicul In ion  ol   Allterii-.l   ill   I|.{.;;| i-.!   I  i   i he   .-   ,-i in  aiigurali'd nearly ji year n.sfu for an  eight-hour day nnd lhe closed .-lop.  President.     Kllis   i.f     i be   't'yp.ol b.'Uie  i-i'ccivod   a   loner   ���������signed    l,\      ,la -i  Lynch, Pre.-.iib iu :md ,1 . W. ' Hays,  \ ico-iii-e.sideni. r.p.-,..Miil ine lbe e.\co  iilive council ui' ihe International  'typographical I'ti'dii slating thai  Ihey wore ready i'or a conference  with a view of adjusting- lbe dii'i'-  erences, which now exists. The following onieevs were elected by acclamation. Presidenl. fienrc;,. II. '10I-  lis, Boston: Vice President, William  Green, New York; Treasurer, Thomas B. Donnelly, Chicago. John Sto-  vel of Winnipeg was elected a mem-  bo r of Iho executive commit lee. The  question of Iho plnro of nieeling for  t'he^ncxl i-onvoiitirm was discussed in  formally, nnd il was decided to  leave lbe delerniination of Ihis mat  tc to the future action ot" the executive committee.  MAD DOG  IN SCHOOL  Minneapolis, July 21.���������'What to do  ui case a mad dog* bursts into a  loo.n" was the unexpected problem,  the solution of which .Dean I<\ J,  Powncy demonstrated to his class  in pedagogy at the State Universil)  aiiiiunei* s������c-hD0l yesterday.  'lhe deau was engaged in 'touitin,-,  vtie pedagogical path to an int(tresting group of prospective school teaek-  ..i.. wlien tiuoug.h the open door came  a iio������ su.ii*iing, snapping and ltoib  .ug. uiaiaiiil,) cvir, luu pupii wa-  .iiuiiiiiLil on the lojiinost poi tioa o>  ,1^.1 .,i ;u \. uiie Jlc uuiidiiLiua in ������n v-  .ui_n\i   the  loom.  . a  j. o .. ne/   bad a   l.iige    leiub, i  ui ms dcs.., vvhieh he biO.igiiL liui.  ...-.L- ,u uiiuc, Killing the UO������ on the  spot.  LAWYER A  COWHERD  l'Oli.\   U.N    nil-1   TitAlN.  i ������o babies wetc,born oa tin- Gloat  .mu menu wuini^cg U'.nu as it lounil  iii*iti Canada Iloih the States i������u-i-  ua.i nioiJiin^,- iheie was lOnsiuer-  a,.ie fuss uut tlic u.ni>al ul tuo  a ion-, in Uus peculiar place, but it  >\as short-livtid, because the inianLs  v-omd not ho piOi<ei'ly ta^en caie o>  ov tbv'a luothei-, and hefoie the U'aiu  aitned at the u..\.K. Siatioii the  ciiimren had die<i. 'I here was no  uuKi-al iuid there will be none lor  the new comers were iKiby 1 to paras,  i l.e owner of tho mother placed the  value in li-oliars ,.aind cents at ^-7M a  ,.iece and said tliat they would 'have  ocen great curiosities as they were  probai/ly Hue hr&t ever born in Canada, and Hie only ones So far, as he  i.'ii.'w that had ever been born on a  train.  ibe mother of the babies refused to late her part in thc  progruin'ine -it Happy land last,  night and Siguor Arnoido luul to  ket[i a watch on her cage. The king  of tlie wildianimal trainers who was  associated with Bos't/.<ek and llagea-  ;.<aeh before starting out for. hin.s  said that it wets the most peculiar  ease he had ever seen. No matter  how hard he tried, the 'grief-stricken  mother refused to be consoled Slid  would eat nothing all day and kept  up a howl so familiar to the native  hails. Arnoido will have the little  cubs preserved and sent back lo his  home as a 3iiri������sity, so seldom} does  an  incident of tlie kind ever happen.  WELL ."R-fCSOtE WOiUC.  Orlessa,  July  'ill.���������The   harbor  strikers will resume work tor-/Oi'~  ' row fearing bloodshed in cons- >n  ' eo of the Governor General's order.  I lie employees today came to an agreement with tiie worlcmen accepting  most  of the latter's  demands.  Sea t tie.���������Renouncing -the-���������-&ll ure-men t  of fashionable society ul Seattle an.l  foi .-aking his life profiossion, tliat oi  law, E. I-Iolton James, nephew of  fienry James, the eminent novelist  ai d scion of one of Uie oldest and  richest families oi ibis country, has  ch.r.sen to live the simple life of a  cuv.herd ami dispenser of  milk.  -Mr. damps, clad in yellow khaU  o oralis, a blue flannel shirt and a  giuy cap, with his pants tucked away  in a pair of loggers' boots, stomped  h.s way into the Butler hotel the  oilier day and oidered lunch. Hevvas  grtetcd by a nunuher of friends, who  riLO^iuzed hini in spite of his chan -  ed appearance. To these, Mr. James  explained quickly and frankly that he  bad quit the bar and city life foi  ;.,o. d and would henceforth devote his-  lime and energies to producing tbe  purest* milk obtainable and especially  designed for weak baibies and   infants.  l*'or more (ban a month piu-t, ilr.  Janes, who is a mem.bec of one oi  the fashionable s>ciety sets in the  city, has been employed on the ..u!-  hamiis dairy ranch nwrr Sumner, as  a simple cowherd. His ta-As ua*.c  coinpcllci I him to arise at 3 o'clock  evtiy morning. With Swiss in i -"f  man milting hands he was orJti 1 u  .the cow sta-hles cvtery morning a? '!W  sun was sending his shafts .>f ligl i  through grey colored clouds mi thu  eastern horizon. There he leainod to  wash thc udders of the. cows and to  become an expert milkman.  J a'lnes was treated just as any oth-  ir farm hand on the Paiilliaimis-  farm. It made no difference thai he  was a college-bred man���������that' he liad  graduated from Harvard in lS!'f> and  'thai, he was plentifully supplied wilh  the world's goods. No attention w.-s  paid to the fact that since, his rise  io manhood James bad been used  more to drawing rooms and lull dress*  functions than to anything approaches the i.imple life.  The young man was cl-tennitved to  .le.-.-te' his life lo simple pursuits  and ���������cheerfully, and gamely, too, he  und.uiook lhe hardest and most re-  .ol(ins tasks. He bai'* made such  progress that he is now able to  handle six or soven cows twice a  day and be hopes to excel Ibis record  in a. very short time,  Tn order to eniaihle ber husband to  I'aiiv out his ainhition������to.,become, a  producer of the purest lacteal fluid  designed especially for sickly infants  in ilshioivaBile Seattle homes. Mrs.  James will spend a year in England  visiting her vflalives. She is tho  (laughter of a very old English family of means. She sympathizes with  tlie new ambition of her husband,  however, and the James home on  Queen Anne hill, is to be leased for  a year. - <  J  *t&*^{km*a*tWX*������ ���������^-"~*f  t. &*^Xf&.^tM*i ..j\Oii..-&.It*b- o.A/������  "^^rnrT^S^T -. ���������**-- ������ -w^.**, .-.���������������*. j������m*i.-e.'i*.^rjjr������iA������i.Jsntt3.������8**.-r^BffifcSsWKMS'SK.-',.A������ca^uiKrwff-iitf  Sdl.'taA^-S'aiaigc^L'^^j'iBSiSiu-a''^  Ov*\*V-*  ���������> -i,'r?t'*,v.  -i^_  ..,.   ^   T?^u    tf  i'-av'1"'-' --  fi.  f  ��������� t  "I-  \\  I'"  i  i ���������  THBLADYSMITHDlTTiY LEDGER  a  <$H$H$Hfe^ifeffi$tr i|i i$i i|i ������t������  You will act wisely by spending your moaey where you will get  Ik Dcst  s  AND THAT'S AT  SICKLE'S  9>  ^^���������^���������'���������^**###*##^*^#^^^* #���������#���������$  r  5mith, Polos,  1 hat's All!  WANTED��������� Canvasser familiar    with  !    the ciLy      Apply  in peison to Ledger Oflice.  Local Items  Fieight is ceitainly being moved lo  the island at present. To lay, in  Arancouver there, were ieady mL >'.]*���������-  nient to the island 22 cars, whim le-  iquired two barges lo bring over.  NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  The following  is the hne-up of Vh#  Fernwoods:       , ,  Catcher��������� Robert son.  Pitcher���������Holness.  1st Uase���������lilackhurue  2nd JJase���������rolls.  3rd Base��������� S.   Shanks  Short stop���������C'arne.  "Left Field���������"Malcolm.'  Centre Field���������Moore.  Right  field���������A.   Shanks.  Sub.���������"Dodds.  Ahs. lA. Hutchinson and daughter,  Aliss G. Hutchinson, left'tin-- morning for Montana, where they will  spend the next three months visitui'j  friends and relatives.  Two mien are at work with a team  at the .back of the Provincial jail,  tailing out forty or fifty cords of  dogwood, which ' it is undei stood,  lie shipped to Victoiia as soon as  cut.  **%,  as   possibi  Jbest_J,o in  a  Thuisda  Mr. Al. J. Henry, tlie well i no .--i  nuiseryman of Vancouver, whose ad-  veitisement appears on anf'th.'r pvj;c  of this issue, has just returned to  Vancotiiei fiom Tacoina, wheie he  was ia attendance at the convention  ol the Pacific Coast Nurserymen. At  the convention, Mr. Henry was ejected vice-president of the   -\s,.'u ion.  NOTICE.  If you want to sell youi chickens  fo������* a fair price, 'bring thcui to J.  X. Smith's restaurant, 1st Avenue.  Oui su.bscri'bers in Uie city aie le-  questcd to read the article on another page containing a statement io  -gaiding the freight rates paid by lhe  merchants of 1 ".dysmlth. The Bo.nd  of Trade are certa nly woihiny in  the liirht direction when taking up  this ma.hter, and will receive tho  h.eaity support of .every citizen of  Ladysmith.  W   I Libert, who meets Bayers   to  morrow   evening   in    a fifteen round  glove contest, xepoits hirnsell  as being m good  condition,  and  is    confi-  Ideiit 0f  winning.     Bayers  is  pist   us  confident,    and    it  is a sure     thing  that one  or them will be disappoint  c-d.       At any    rate it' wll  hi a   gi  worth seeing, and a  full hom.se is ,xs-  s 11 red  None Better-Capital & iMig-get Cigars  AI 00 X1.1GI-LT EXCU RSI ON.  The Hand Moonlight Exclusion lo  Crofton which will take place Monday, . 1 n 1 v .10 th, pi onuses to be nn<ii-  .loyaUr- al1.ui. The S.S .loan sull  lean1 tho Transfer whan" at 7.30 p.  ni., returning-.at midnight. She will  stay at Crofton at least one hour,  'dmring which time a dance will be  the Hotel  Osborne,  'or    the  Arrangement s  an-   being   made     to  have  lhe gn*at.  game  oi   baseball  between.' the Knights   of Pythias     and  the Sons ol  St. (leorjjc, polled oil on  Thursday my hi  next  on  the   Cricket  grounds.   "The-   Soils   wanted  to  playiijjj  the game   on u. Siinclaj,   but a number   of people  who   would like to see  lhe  game Jia\e   then   seruples   about  a. Sunday   ball jjamo   and consetjuent  ly  would not,  attend,  so   that in  order   lo got as  l.ng'c  a crowd present  as   possible,   it     bab   been      thought  have  tbe yanie pulled oil  on  sday ceiling        An   admission  fee   oi  2o     oenis    is   to   bo    charged,  the cnlne pi oi ceils    io go   toi he Na-  aiamioHospitul,   so    lbe   big-gei      lhe  crowd  thc  more  iiioiie*>   llieie  is    for  a deserving institution  Both oi the orders in this city  haie in then ranks many first class  ball playcis, and tbo coining game  between them should be one well  worth  seeing  All. Samuel Hedpalb, a resident' ol  Xanaimo toi tbe pus I seventeen yeaiV  died yeslercku in Xew Weslmmslcr  afioi a brief illness The- deceased,  who was 77 't\eais ol ago, v^ns anal  ivo oi jN'oi Llniinb' rland, I'.'.ng'land,  coining oui to Vox.' Scotia twenty  yeais ago, and 1im\ ing tbnl proMn-  ee armed in Xanaimo seventeen  years ago and lias icsidcd here continuously   e\i>i    since  The news of Mi. Ihdpnlh's donth  came by tcb'gi.ipli \isteida\ to Ins  daughter, .Mis Neil AlcL'uish, Mi I ion  street. Il v. us a coiupleLo surpi lStt  lo hi-r, foi All ft. d|>fiili h.wl oni,\  lott a week j.gu mi Nrw Westminster, and ihuiigb nol leeling alto-  gi'tboi* well, was not '->u ill as lo giva  an.\ w.uniiig tlmt his di'.ilh uas so  near at band  Thc deu'iisi-d   i.mic-s   (o  mourn    his  loss, miu sun, "Allluim lU.'dp-ilh, ulltl  llnce danglileis Mi , ,\*ml JMiCuish  Of   (bis    oily.     Mis     W.itson   of    I'lttS-  bui-g-, ;ind iMis Wilson, nl Caledonia,  iVova   Suit .i  The ic.-m.iuis will .inni" from Now  WesUninsIci loclm, :lnd the linit-ral  will Isike phite Iiium t he ii-sidi in-n  nl his ihiughi.-r. Mi , Vi-il MiCuisli  on   Kiindiiy   ia \i     :il     I   o'lloik  Friends and a 1,11.1 iiilniu > s in. * -  siji.-ollully   in\ii i<|. io   Hiii-iKi  Nicely made���������Boi  pleated���������Made from  Irish Linen���������Sizes,  32,34, 36���������Regu-  lar Price $5.50  Special  3-95  WALTERS & AKENKEAD  ������������������������������������������������������������  ���������PICNIGERS ATTENTION  U'c have made ariangeinents  to have a launch leaie 'the-  wharf eveiy hour duimiig Thurs  day afternoons and on Sun~-  days sifter 10 o'clock in the  foicnoon leu. the Gieen, and  shell beach, wheio we have established icfieshm.i-.nl' booths.  Campers wishing plots, tor  tenting shjuld apply early, {ls  lhe camping season is nearly  here  HRS  McKINNELLHY    HUGH   THORNLRY  The Eagle baseball loam took; n  firmer grasp on the Internie-dhite I^n  gue championship, last I'vening by  administering 10 the Holiaiicc team  their worsl benllng- of tbo season.  Tlio score wai. 17 lo 0 in favor of  the Kag'le team nud it Hie winning  team had not wauled lo bring that  terrible ninth inning* to a finish,  they would .no doubt have been running their bases yet, lor after scoring ten runs, and only-one man dowA  and twilight fast approaching, they  decided to quit the run feast aad  give their opponents a dying chance  before darkness set in. A lead of  thirteen runs, however, was a tremendous obstacle to overcome, .and  the Reliance did not rise to the occasion. Two lone runs was all that  they could get. across the' pan, and  the game ended in favor of the Eagle team   by a wide margin.  The following is the score by - innings:  Eagle '..  "..  \ ... 2 0 2 1-0 0 2 0 10-1?  Hits  ..  .     .. '..20110020 3- .9  Reliance *..        .   .3000 0.001 2- 6  Hits 1 0T 1 00 1 0 0- 4  Summary., ,  Earned runs, Ragles 3,. Two base  hits W. Bo-xcc. Three base hits, \V.  Boycc, Passed balls Bent tie I. Wild  pitch arcDonald 1 Bases on balls,  off W Boycc 2, McDonald 1, Hit J,y  pitched ball, Shepherd, McDonald.  Struck out by Harrison 6, McDonald  1, W. -Boycc G, Shepherd 3, Innings  pitched by Harrison" 8, W - Boyce  5, Shepherd 4. ( Left on bases Eagle Temn 7, Reliance 9 Umpire" J.  McKinnell  r  ������5E,-s-raoa  s  ���������OF-  Blouses, Prints, Men s Hats &  Children's Straw Hats  To be  sold Regardless of Price We  will riot carry  over this Stock  ���������mZ rmtk Mii'Bi'"^     in ���������  Print Blouses, $1.25, now .'..'..    .85c  -Print'Bloii.scs, ?1.(0, now   oMo  Children's'stcaw lLits,- 1.50' iiy'w   M  Children's    do, SI .00, now 75c.  Children's ���������' do^ 75c, how  50c  Boy's Canvas Hats,- 50c, now...    .35c  Men's Hats, 65c, now ...*. :'...*.    50c  glen's Hats, ,$,1.25, now '. 90c  ��������� Wrs Cotton Itoear at Special Hoe  S1M( NvLF4SER& CO Ltd,  Try a Province Cigar. ,  Mff Ifflfflfffff Iff Uf WfUflfffff TfflfftfflffTfffffTfnffWWIffTfffffES"  ^ ' ^  ^    FRESH SUPPLY OF���������;��������� =2  i [ai. Nultoii, Pork. Veal and Seel 3  WE  HAVE  OxN   HA NO 'SOME VERY NICE-  r ���������> '  ROLLED COINED BERH  1-2 I-2C. LB.  o'dock shaip Sim*e Ihcn* last de-  l'eut bi Hie local-*, the Pi-inwoods  havi- bliengllieiK'd then* tPfwii consid  i Labia and with Jimmy Holness n  I In; bo\' loi'l confidi--nt ol winning  irom  Kamnmo  Tbo homu loam, ho\\e\cr, expect  to hn\c ?>Iilloi in the box, uikI if this  is so Lbe vi&itois will hu\o to travel   at u  fast  puce ii   they win  out.  Duriny tho piogioss of the game  I bo Silvei Coiiiul band will render  an o|ii*n itir co.u'orl, so Ihat for tho  ouo prico nf iiilmissKrn, ihe public  will gi-t a c,ood luill game and hear  n   lust   clns-.  bund  concert  LAUNCHING PARTIES. , "  Parties wishing to engage a ,first-  clUss launch for picnic or excursion  parties at reasonable rates should  apply to H. BLAIR, Cecil Hotel,  City. Launch may be engaged for the  evening at any time st  NOTICE.  T have taken over the scavenger business lately handled by M. Camp-bell  and am prepared to do work in this  line in first-class shape. Leave orders lor heavy team work, scavenger  work, etc., with Messrs. Blaii /t  Adani. Also any complaint regarding scavenger work will be attended  to if laid at this place. ^  ROBERT CALLANDER.  Ladysmith, B.C.  |A, HOWE I  %_ Meat market i������  ,S������*T:2;,  i^-msm&sszzxEisrv  Wi  CSKKN DOORS  ffar all sizes in Screen Doors, complete wilh  Hinges, Etc,.For-  $1.50     EACH  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  All   nrrnii|j;-'iin'iiiN   lihv-   beVn    coin-'  pli-tcd    for   l.li<.    din   hnll   fin me      on  il .ready) free to cx-'iirsion--j Slllicla.v with  ih.. II.'.-i-mw.khIs ,,f Vk-  |. s j loria,   which   will   In-   playi-d    o������    the  Cricket    field     eomm<'!iciii(������    a'      two  ftiivcn at  new hall,  ists.    Tickets now offf-salo at  t'andv Store. v  Minard's Liniment cures  Cold,  etc.  Minard's  Limine*'! cures   'Diphtheria  '^wwy wvwy^wWfc'^vwwvww ^mh nwm y^������  THE FINEST  **<.  HAMS,  BA  It is our aim to suit all in this line and to do so we carry only the Best  Brands,   viz;  HAMMOND'S-  SWIFT'S���������  F R YE  -SUGAR CURED  ���������_ _B EST  B RU H N    ANI)"   CO.  (iRIFPl N ' S  M II.D  All afe Guaranteed  The Best  A    Trial    Solicited  "*G  Our    Ham  S a u  sag  35       BLA1R&ADAM  MODEST CLAIMS OFTEN  CARRY   MUST   CONVJC'ITOM  When Mhyiiii. Iho f.unoiis gun in-  ventn*", placed liis gun before a committee of judges, he stated its carrying power to he much below what  he felt sure the gu.n would accomplish. The result of the trial wa.s  therefore a grout surprise, instead of  disappointment. It is the same with  the manufacturers of Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. They do not." boast of what  this remedy will accomplish, but prefer to let 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 to fail.  Pol* sale by The . Ladysniith Pharmacy. ,_:. ':'.'���������!  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  Get Your   SUNDAY EXAMINER  NEW YORK WORLD   AND   NEW YORK JQURHAL  IH BOOK STOPl  ,,<.,������4������*.  t  ���������  i  i  *  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST  AVRNUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to }'Our  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  k-gggaaawERtil ?i>m i iiM i'ti 'if ���������tr, \\js^^e&^z^s^2s^^cwata^s^  \ BARGAINS���������BARQAINS j  '������- - --  ^JUmmT-mmx^Cm* , m -  \V������leliefit   Clotks,   ttilvtM \\\ue,   Jvweliv -K: ruu*     t^iu'lb   of .ill (lu-bctiptioiis  all aie to be clejred :tL a Great Rcdnctiou lu m.iLc loom  foi new bhipuii'iiU  ������������������..���������..������..������..#..#. .���������..#..#..������..���������..#..���������..#..#..#..������..������..������������������..������.,������  ������������������*"������*������������������*������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������#>���������  ������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������>���������.  i Pioneer Boll? Vorks'-- -|  { 1st. Avenue. Ladysmith, B. I) {  ! 1.. t. Rinnmiii?, Prop. '  MANUFACTURKR OF  I Carbonated Beverages,  i (linger   Beer  | Fruit Syrups  i        '  l P.   O.   Box   248  -.������������������.��������������������������������������������������� -.������.  Our I-\WaEMCt FflUaTMN P������N af Si.QO is a Snap  f Hill  1 Iff 111- I 1  B  FORCIAiriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I FOR SATURDAY  >������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Lamb, Mutton,  Beef and Veal  A Carload Ql Prime Beef Cattle just received from   Asheroft.  ��������� ������e  E. G. PAN NELL  GAT AC RE ST.       LADYSMITH  PICTURE  FRAMES  and  latest Patterns and  Finishes  in  FRAME MOULDINGS,  --���������*��������������������������������������������� '���������<������������������ ���������%   .  .      PLAQUES.'  ' .* * * ���������'-���������', ���������  WALL PACKETS.  Pictures���������British  and|German.  Bevel  7 Plate Mirrors.  -���������-%.'���������*���������-%.���������������.  Passe Piirtout Picture Binding in  all colors. .lust arrived Irom the  factory in the East.  ���������%. ���������- <������. *���������  Picture Framing Neatly done at  H.  KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  Granite and Marble Works  - ���������  - ��������� -  Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at tlie  lowest prices consistent  with first-class stock and  workmanship. Trite for  catalogue.  A.   STEWAiRT,  148 Yates St. Victoria   B.C  Smoke a  Big B Cigar.  1  have just received a shipment, of  Hills'] High Oracle  ENGLISH T0B4CC0S  ciblnifs  at the������������������  DRUG  STORE r    /'.    '   ;- *f\-i     ',     s&������  **- .*      ** .      ,       ��������� ; ^  - ���������.!���������   ,'J    ,Ji*  IJiYIJL I  '.* .      '/  VOL ,2  SATURDAY,  July  21,  190C.  TRICE'FIVE G-B-NTS  CAN HAVE THE  CUP IF THEY  ASK [OR 11  ���������JIM-J1L.1-K  Tho following letter in rel'i-it-iico lo  lhe Inl-eriii'-diitlu League Cup appears in a. iccenl issue ol the Cumberland   Noivs.f  likhlor  News.���������c  Sir,���������I  liCg small space   in your paper  lo  icpli   'lo>a   lel'iei   uludi     appeared in   Ladysmith Ledger,  of   July  Sih,   under  Uiu  signaLiue of  LOCAL NEBIIUI  PAYS GOOD PRICE  JH FREIGHT  The report of the Boaid of ' Trade  lUNftNf.  HAS HIS EARS  ALMOST TORN Off  ���������%^-%���������  'l.ieom-n, July 21. ��������� An,eight-year-  iiicct^"ir-^wliich *ipp'eared in those col- o|(J bp>, named Jones, with his eais  uiniis^-jsterday, whereia a islatemeiil '  lcgarding the freight lathes paid' by  local merchants is contained, is causing  considerable    discussion.    "It   is  sincerely hoped that something   may  be effected    towards  reducing   these  partly torn loose from his head, .s  in charge of-*' llui-ianc Ollicer drown,  while wananl<. have been issued'   foi  nm for  URGEST DRY  DOCK IN WORLD  Washington,  July  21   -��������� Plans   foi  lhe largest  and licH dry dock    in    the  . world'aiiC bcim; pieuaied in  lhe   bu-  le.m of yards and  docks at  lhe navy  department  HiLBERT & BAYERS  MEET TONIGHT  -���������������*-  the ariest oi his step-mother and fa-!    '"- ,asl appropiialioii act or-nto-in-  thcr,    Mr. 'and  'Mrs.  ������������������John  Doe," . ������',' * j*"',0n| f������l  a,doc,k !\  c*1  Kites hy the   steps-proposal hy the '."(llief, \vli0 lire . accuse(i   of horcibIe       ;^     ������ ^"r^m^.t am'  board.     As another instance   of   thc ^ ^ ^    ^   ^   J       ^l    J*/������*������^ ^   .^  Intermediate    Football excessive lates at present  paid,    o.io     ' "     - *"* a"  i  A.  ."Max  well,   re   th  Cup, held     in     tiust Ijv mu     Now, |of the local iner'oliauts   today  iccoi'.  Mr.. J.Jdiio'.-, i��������� Uie in-V place a,, ono'ed .i carload    of flour on    which   he   i������ nsaflc.        i iw  lauuy   lives    in     a ,  .     . ,   .,,,,   .    tl   ,   ���������,   i     '  hui' M,"..M.,x,el.     has Ll  instruct' ��������� loiced to Pay V<5 more ... Ireagh-  *!.������* and    is  in    very  poof circum-, *  *Ue "'  ������.e laigesl  batU,sh,p ei-  llus   cup  io j.udy-^B^Uun thesa.no cat would    have      _     uf    _         ..:,,.._  - conlcinplatioj,.  I he'location iof the dock  has alie(l  The Money is up, and Both Men  are After it-Main Event  Will Start at 10 O'clock)  ed  mc  lo   senil ��������� ,  llus    cup   to  Lady-  b'lmth, and  tho facis aio as t>taled,  i.  _ did nol Lhtnk ��������� il was amy ol his  "busiiu.---.-a' so look' no notice ol his  inst ructions This Cup, was yiM-n  into in.\ charge by Air. If banner,  Caplam oi' the winning team,', and  All*. Mark "Coo, and I might say' i  did nol" know ihnt the cup had i hoc a  ,pluyC'd lor until Air. AKixweli inform  cd'me lluil ijiitlysnuih bud won it  nnd % instructed' me l(,> semi" it on lo  Air. Adams, Xnir, Air. ICdilor, J,ilo  not want this cup, Imt because of  the fact (lint I am Ih--*' ho 171 or oi the  same ihere is- no reason why f  should lie insulted by Air. Maxwell  regarding the fin inline in my house  and might 'say 'I ha! m*> luniiture  suits me, and 1 limit n]*-'o ihat Ibis  matter    is  none  of  bis  business,   but  ���������ji^p". Editor when lbe Secretary of  the Ladysmilh team asks - mc to  send the cup to llicm, they being  the winnc's, 1 can assure you that  T shall only be (oo glad to comply wilhlus request, wilh Iho ' consent of. lhe boys lo whom tbo cup  belongs. Th-inting- you lor the a-  bove.  space.   I   am  sir, ���������.-**   *   ���������������������������-  Voui's.   Iteipectfully,  T   "IJ.  CAREY.  col>t 'either  in   Naiuiiifo oi   Victoria.  in  mind has hecomo partly, an'eeted fiom ' aPl'opriaU'd foi a dock, and the now  The family  lives   in  :uiu-  Ktanoes. ' ��������� *'���������"'���������   U1 CfH,1-*J*J ol cpnstiuctidu  oi  Ilert    Willard,  a 19-year-old young  _' ��������� ��������� '-,     man ol Puyallup, is in   thc jail'on    n  l'HILllMNO LE'AULHS '' (h.nge of murder.    The boy is on������* of  , AUI:' CAPTUHKO '^cral who" Wire in bathing in  ��������� Washington, Jiilj L'O ���������The Uniled 'V''*Ooi*e*s po������I last Friday wheniLlo.vd  Slates bureau oi (.onsular uii.urs ('* Haddem was diowned. Benjamin  has recc-ned .-.,iho /ullowin-. -tele- c> "adden.r fAtiver of the droniud  gram irom tho 11 omm ..,,.* lieneral ol '��������� ������/. eharges-Willard with rocking a  the Philippines: AIik-iiiio Sukay and  J-'iancisco Cai-iooii si-li* slylcd  J'lesidenl       iiml       t.h ' N'li-e-l'ro*"!-  Lh-nl ol lhe I'hillippu.e Republic t!.  Villialuei te, Lieiilcnant Omeral of  the    Ladioues,       horul oi'nrr-    inlesting  Ki/alind   Lagunn,       (Jo.irial  ^   Julian   ||adden   lQ   |us  i&u    sayft   Mr    ^  Alonialon,   Luna   l^vgn    nnd   Bona- ,,, ���������    notwithstanding  that" the     boat' ' '","������'*'n syS,cln oI building  is dc\el  loMta,  iiiiporlanl "suhoi-dimites,  have was (-nft,ng     Within    a few feet   of   ""  surrendered    ami   arc.   m   custody   at  unele ]lie  Was drowned  jVlfiuilla.'  The money  is up, and the     U s.ei,s  uc icady, and all that now remains  boat aiwl throwing Lloyd into the  water. Mr. Hadden, sr., cloliiiiis tha^  WillanLswani out to the boat ami  l,e������,an rocking it, finally throwing ono  liL'g over the side oi the boat., and  when the craft .lurched threw his st n  out     Willard aJid the other'boys leil  docic.i will,   when completed,   be   able   ���������" h*'  done lei'ore the match stiarts is'  lo- wait   until  ten o'clock this   cvtn-  i 'j, as that is   the'time decid.ed upon  ���������ex -  h/ lo.h holers to commence operations As all local spoits know, the  I'ufi'h leferred i0 is that which is to  ial *��������� place ibetwiie.ii W. Hilhert and  W Havfis this eieidng, in the Opera  Ho ise, foi a side-'tot of fifty dollars  ami si\ty and forty per cent, of thj  <nale icceipts. Bayers put up Viz  with  tho Lfiloei  dy hetii sclect������il at the yaid, and  lionnks aie noi.v hemg m.idii to leain  the d$pth ol the foundation. It 's  to be-^a onicrelc dock of the largest  pal tern, and the materials will lie  juucliased    on      the  Pacific coast,   u  I i.ictibable  \ *���������  The >dock is   l0  he    so constructed  ihat, it can be    lengthened if \esseis  of great������i  length should  ho built   in  lhe futuie.     It  will  j,e   thirty-se.\en  bet in" depth o\er sill,   which    will  I !o\idfe lor  the docUrbg oi   any    \es-  '. 1 that     can    |>e  huill,  unless ������>onic  the  on -  .. if there was not a soul in  li use to witness il NeitJurr  ilaiins lo he a professional fig.h I ei,  hut each tlunks he is good'enougJi to  "do" the othei fellow.  There will be two good prelimwiai-  i.s before lhe main event, which will'  not be started befote ten o'clock, in  mi'ei that those working in stores  mar ha\ie an opportunity of witnessing the contest. The prelunmaiiis  ��������� i;l start, at nine o'clock.  'in.}     match    of  toniEht origiiriai:. 1  l  , In Cebu, Crovonu-r '"���������'Jiucnt has secured the surrender 'nl ull remaining  outlaw  leaders,   and   nil  guns,  I   expec-C  complete   peace    now   except  as    to    rhiiipe   Salvador,      and  his    fanatical     lollov.   '*-.   ihrouglioilt  Luzon and 1 he  pro'-.y-c- li>   of   getting  him  are encoui fifjirc "  MINING PROS=  PECTS GOOD  The Cowichan Loader of yesterday,  says. Mining is 'isteatlily goin^j stbe^d  in Ibis distuct :uid more prospectois  are out in the mountains than cvei  lefoie nl one time The \'aiic*oii\ei  ACiuiii" ami Development Co , atiKiok-  silah uie working steadily on llien  pioperly and sJup|>in������ g,,o,d oie. Mt  Kicker is .-ubout the samo bu.i, of  (O'irse, ev^-ry pcison who h.ts liad anv  line to do with qu.iit7. inuiiiM  must lnow-that il takes time and  U'" sincerely hope ihat large boilit's  money lo find out what is U'low  ol oic will yet he found theie, and  while it is impossible to get any in*.  foimakicii wilh iegard to the Tyee  mine, other companies on the moiin-  Iulii aie. very hopeful. "At le;ist,��������� .theyt  are foiling ahead iuul both shipping  and dei eloping, r    v;        ',  BASEB~AUf;. "  TO-MORROW  ANXIOUS TO  GO TO JAIL  oped.  /riicgreatei  dejith of tlie new  dock  i"  als0 designed lo meet cases whjue  a  ^esiJf\ has been  mjuied and diaws  much more than  the  ordinary depth  i on- account of the injury.  several dajs ago over a short, four-round pielimiimoM"  .is forfeit tum3\, and today Hilhert ��������� which the principals went on foi'  placed in our hands %5Q He.says he fn��������� m0re than anything (else. During  ha-. %25 moie to bet on himself, uo _ \',o mix-up, a few ha.nl blows weir^  ii anybody thinks lie is going to get '.'.a-'bd,' and aflei it was over each  in-led. ���������        - - -  nu ney  , he>e is a chance for some easy j w-.s telling what lie could have clone  ,-.   Bay-cuB will come up with, th,*,   (��������� ihe othei  fellow.   They eventually  ie'-*l  of his coin this afternoon,   and '  .-.i:l, when it was decided    that    t'-i*,  no difficulty is anticipated on the ' cnly'way to settle the question was  fpii'stinn of 'referee. I,n fact, bothjfo have a regular match, and Jet  men are so anxious to fight that the ' h'.*��������� best man win. The match is to  pro*abilities ais they would have   a  be a fifteen-round contest.  -%-������-.������.   Joliette, 111., ���������Louis A. Gourdain  arrived in Joilette yesterday acconi-  panied by his. wife- aad. soiu. His-iiaig-  gjige was labelled "penitentialy annex." Gourdain took a carriage foi  the street corner nearest the main  entrance of thc prison* and prepared  to establish     his    family in quarters  WOMAN LOSES  FORTUNE  New Yoik, July 21. ���������The ileiald  eajs:  ���������"���������Gems ol size and value i/hoil make  tiheir descr plion lead hkje a hs.t ol  loot from a royal Ueasurc-house ha\e  been stolen, and deled i\es have  been rating the city nigh und loj.\  seedling  to trace them.     It  is  mans  I outside  the walls  of the institution  For the baselall    t|w.ie     lomoirow   "e left in,the_ afternoon  lor Wiashmg-  afteinoon   between    Chenwuuus     and   ton to plead with Uie United States  Ladysmilh,    the     following    players  siipieme court  Uiat  the  penitentiary j yeais    since   the     polioe aul-houues  will  iepic-sent tlie  l.-<cals   K.  i l.irlce,   sentence hanging over hun be carried  (have had on hai,l a seuLch loi scoies.  .1. Keir,  .1.  Sanderson, A. AIoiiiS0ii,   Mi.     Il he tails m tJiis eifort Gour-j-'  diamonds, iiost of which    aie     a  0.  Delcomt,  H. Alanuel, Al. Ken, J.'dain said today he would build a pii-  Ciossan,    A.  Saunders,     ,1.   Uunibai".   '*"*" iBie and commit himself.    Gonr  The match is call-ad tor 2 o'clock.  T{i>������vLidin������ li.isolj.ill,  Liadci liac- the ti.llnwing to say. Instead ot io,miiy, Ui I Ui iu an l.iM Sat-  uiday, the Laihsmith hasiMwill club  foileitcd a g.uiii' lo oiil local boys.  The Ladysmith Iim.mi Ins praC'tically  so-f.u as can be leanitd, disil-aniled,  .mil will iilay but few g.mits during  the icniaiiidei of thi season Thu>  theie ,ue onlj two (cams left in the  b-.'gue, iN.uiaiuio and Duncan. If La-  dysiunUi falls oui altogether it will  Jiiioclv the spirit out of the other  teams as tar as league games aro  concerned, but, ,it is hoped they will  finish the season. The ���������.������������������forfeiture of  .this game puts Ddncan an second  this'-, game"'  puts    Duncan   in     second  MARINE  BREVITIES  da in was convicted of conducting a  lollery and a*.-ntenoed to four yeais  the Cowichan j jmiiLisonmenf He was released fiom  .Jail on duly 1.1, pending an appeal  lo the supreme court. Gourdain, how,  c ei,-insisted on serving the sentence  in the state puso-n, saying the Cook  county jail  was too noisy for him  DRAMATIC  SUICIDE  ������������������*.-$-���������������.���������.  Win-lsor, ���������Ont,.,' July 21 .���������On the evo  of her .arrest f(Jr complicity ; in thy  death of. Airs. Harry Morningsiar, a  l.caiiliful yoiinir woman aged ninelc-on  ���������c.irs, by malpractice, Dr. Afcirgiieiite  Hell, iiiacliciiii.- physician, resi-.il-ii.ib on  OlilYord stree-t-, Detroit, swjUloiwcd a  ilcadly drug, dying thirty minutes later.  For several' months' the'authorities  hud exercisod a close stirvcillaiice  over Dr. Dell's ollice, in expectation  of seciiriiig evidence against her. in  i-oiineclilon 'with several crimiiio] operations which ' ltad ended fa-Lally.  When the detectives arrived at the  ClilTord street residence, Or. Dell  met them, h*t at fu-st denied com  plicity in the lVloiJiiiigstar affair.  When con fen t cd w.ilh the confession  of the victim, however, she broke  down, and practically admitted every  thing: When t������bl liin-t she must' accompany Lhe oiflicei',s to the police  station, she assented willingly, hut  excusing herself.r0r a moment, stepped into the bedroom. She emerged  a moment lul,er, almost falling into  Delecti-c .Seymour's arms,'as hu  stood outside Miq door. When lutMli-  cal aid was suininruied it was found  that the lady was dead. jt.ine she was  a schoolteacher in Mor-  Traces of white pynvder, which sh-*} ! I'oth, Ont, where her sister, Mrs. "Is-  had evidently swallowod wene   found,   kbel McKlnloy still resides.  'I'he steamer Seiiaticur is due, in Seattle today ���������with ���������KIOO.OOO of treasure l'r0in Nome.  ���������*������������������''  The S.S.   Wellington    left    Scaltlo  yesterday  bound for   Ladysmit.h.  ���������    ���������     ���������  The  I'Mycr and  scow  were  iu   port  today fpr coal.  ������    ���������    ���������  S.S.   Belfast  is  in port today   for  200 'lions of fuel.  RECORD TIMBER TOW.  One. of the largest timber tows ever brought into Vancouver harbor  came in last nig-ht behind the tugs  St. Clair and Sea Lion. There were  seventy switters in tiie boom, which  contained three million five hundred  feel. Most of tlie- timber whs for  the Paterson Timber Company.  but until an analysis has been made  the ex.aet- cause ol death will not ho  known. Dr. Marguerite Hell was '15  years old,' and had been practicing  medicine .in Detroit for the'past Iw'A  vear.s,    Previous  to  taking up   m-wli-  PEACE AMONG  THAWS LAWYERS  Xew \ oi k, July 20���������Peace nppni  ently has been tlei lured among the  lawyers who l.iiel.\ have ivpresoniod  Ilan*.\ K. Thatv since th.' mghl be  shot ami killed Sinnioi-il While of  the Madison Square Hoof Garden.  Today'-former'. .Iralge Ob'oti of the  firm'...of '..Black',- Olcott. llriiber "niul  Boynaye tinned over to OlilToril W.  Hartridgc, Thaw's personal nUorney  all the papers be bad in the case  with the excepi ion of the reports of  the private del i'Ct ives, - which have  been made to hini .since lbe alleged  murder  was roiumii led.  As a. reason lor retaining- ihcse l.'ol  OlcotL said Ihere was u question  in his ininil as lo wbelhi'i* 1 bey be-  loiitt'ed l.o Thaw . or to lhe person  who pa Ul for lliom. This nt-lion b.\-  Judge Ob-olt undoubli'dly wi  suit in a dismissal of i he writ issued 'against his firm yesierdny to  show cause why the papers in the  case should not be relinquished to  Thaw's present- counsel. JusLiee Ale-  lean in the Supriviee court tortiiy  heard arguments 'of the application  of Thaw's counsel for an absolute  writ, of prohibition- directed against  the district 'attorney and the July  grand jury, to stop the taking.of tes  timoriy against Thaw ��������� without tbe  prisoner being represented. Decision  was resorted I ill Airs. Tfarry Thaw,  afier visiting ber husband in the  Tombs today went to the ollice of  Mr. Hart ridge and made another,  long- affidavit giving- her life since  the time .-she came to New York.  Mrs. Thaw had previously made the  sonii> statement to Mr. Olcott. Hnrt-  ridgu cn I IimI on Thaw late today, be  al'terw'ard said: -Tlu'i-ry is in a good  frame  of mind  and  apparently  ���������e-(tlii  large as pigeon eggs and so niuii,ar~  ous that an est mute a*1 Lhcir value  a  1,50,000    was  Heated with   scolu  , wholly inadequate.  "'While the detectives who aie pio-  sccutiiiig t.ie search.relu.se to g'i\e out  a.i> lniorniation, n JS learned ih,.a  the jewels wL-re stolen iiom a vci.  MiO'.-.n New "\oilv society woman.  "'lhe  niosl  niagiiiificent jeweled   oi  a.iiiieiit of ILj stolen Ueasiue&  is   ..  s.ioniaoliet,   which  leseiubles  a  gndh  i me, m which oiily .the finest di..  iiionds are set. 'lhey range m si/L  ij) io six carats. Of this  the detectives. ha\o a pjiotogiaph,  which indicates Dial, it is one ol Un.  ���������.voild-bumoiis    collections  ot    pet feet  g������JIIIS._ :... ;  -"'Ihere 'are.'" t\yeiity-.fivc oilier articles of- diamond jewelry in the lost  or niissing gems. These also are s;et  with very large .aud very I'uie stV>icfi.  I-'our carats is ' aliout .the smallest-of  those set- as s0litares, and 'other  stones run to s-i\- carats .nii.d even  larger,       .  ' ������������������'iVhu has been tlie victim 0r the  rob-bery is a secret., which the detectives  are "���������guarding most  closely. '  KIOKUSb: TO C0AII-: TO TblKiMS.  MulTa.lo,     X.   v.,   ,|i,l.v   20.���������Tho   t;n-  ili-d ��������� Typutliuiat.- of Amerit-a  today d^  MAD DOG  IN SCHOOL  Minneapolis, July 21.���������'"WJiat to do  in case a mad dog! bursts uito a  Loom" was the LUiexpected (problem,  Lhe solution of which ,Dean F. J,  i-'owney demonstrated to lus class  in pedagogy at the-State University  buiiuuei school yesleiday.  the dctu was engaged in pointing  i.iie pedagogical juth lo an uu'tieBt-  .ng group ol pi os pec live school teach-  i.. v, lien tiuough lhe open uoor caiiiu  .i .io;-, suaiuiig, snapping and nolli  .ng      Luaiauilj   c\Lr_,   lan   pupii   \va.  .lOLlfcd   Oil    tilt    LOjIlUoSt    |jOLHOiL       Oi  .ui     seal     v.niic   ilu  uiuidiicii.ii   ijhul  ,iililm   the loom.  i^. at ro,.ne_v hail a large levol������,i  xji i.i:, ties.., w llicli he biO-is^nt liui,  ..->i- ai uiicc, Killing Uie ilo-sj, on iln-  Spot,  IIOU.n   U.\    llll*:  'l li.-VlN.  LAWYER A  COWHERD  .SealHe -���������Renouncing ahe-jalluremerrt  of fashionable society in Seattle &nl  foi -aking his life piofession, tliat "of  bi".', E. Holton James, nephew of  ficnry James, thie eminent novelist  ai d scion of one of tlie oldest and  riJicst families of this country, has  elicsen to live the simple life of a  cov, heid and dispense"- of milk.  \lr James, clad in yellow khal.i  o eLalls, a blue ilanncl shiit and a  giey cap, with Ins pants tucked away  in a paii ol loggers' boots, stomped  lus way into Uie ButleL hotel the  oiliei day and oidered lunch, llewas  gueted by a number of friends, who  li cognized hini in spite of his chan -  eel apjiearaiice. To these, Mi. Jamei,  ev| lamed quickly and frankly that he  had quit the bai and city life foi  -.,0, d and would henceforth devote his  tune and energies to pioducing the  I������ui est- milk obtainable and especially  designed for weak bothies and  infants.  l*'or more than a  month  p.u t,   Mi  Janes,   who  is  a tucniiheL   of one  oi  the  fashionable  society    set*-*  in    the  i wo babies weLeiborn on lU- Gieat  .mu ini'Liu wuuu^eg ti.uu as   u  louui  mil)  Canada Iloiii the Stales ye-Mvi-  na.\   moiJHiij,        ihcie    was consioei  .ii.ie  jLOL     .... . ........  ,vas shorl'-liAOd, .because the iniants a simple cowherd. His -bisks, itavo  couul not be pioperly - wmsi caie ol eo.npellel him to arise at .3 . o'clocU  oy their niother, and ���������.before- tlie train  tuss    o'Ct     the uiiiial oi   tue-'nl). has been employed ou the     ..id  in  this pcculiai place,  i.uit     u ' bainus daily   ranch  ikmi* Siuiiner,   as  arri.ed'at the u.a.U. Siatio'ii the  ciiii.ireu had die<l. 'Ihere was no  iiiiKi'al aaid there .will be none lor  ihe newcomers wen: .hiiby leopanis.  i i.e owner of tlic -mother placed the  vulm'.iu. ii-oliars ,iUid cents, at '������������������Too a  ,-icce and said that they would lia������e  ucen great curiosities as they wen:  proi-auly tlie 'lirst -tier born, iu Canada; and llie only ont'S so far, as ��������� he  i.'ii.'iv thai had ever been born on a  train.  ,���������,,   , , . ,      ... ,   , ihe ��������� mother   ot     Uie babies   refus-*  mil,   lo  collier    wilh   ollit nils  ol   t'ht;      , ���������     .   , ,        '-..'.,  i,,i..,-n,-.i.v,.   i     -I. ,.,.,.. ed     to      take.     her    part     m     the  Intei national       Typographical     I mon , .       ,,,'.'���������,  ..... prograin'me       at     iiapp viand       hist,  ol   America  in  iv^ar.!   i .  iiie ���������' n       n, '     * ,      ���������. .   *   ,.       .     ,     .  ,     ��������� , night,  and    Signer  Arnoido   luud    to  auguraletI    nearly    ���������   vi-nr u^o   for an , /, i    ��������� ���������-,,      , -,  .... , .    " keep a .watch on her cage.  The  king  ciglit-hoiit-   dav   ami   the   ctoseil   *-l nil       .  ., -, ,       ���������      ,   ,    ���������  ,.     .,- * c.iacu  .h'ii. 01- L|ie  wildianiuial trainers who was  licsuloiit    iCIli,   ���������f     ,���������,.   Typ'otheiae tl.ss0ciated   with  Hostile  and  Hageiii-  i-eceiyod   a   lel.er    signed    by      James .^  |)efore star,ting mt  for    1UluS,  Lynch,   PresitU.u   and    .1.    W.    Hays. &lk,  that   it   wa9.   the  mcS|,  ))ecuJial-  Vu-o-presidenl,   ivp,v.:;enr,llg   tlic  exec-. CuSe   ,,e  had ever   seoU,      No    nialter  iit ive   coi.ii.'il      ol   ihe   laie,-national hosv halxl  he tried,  the grief-stricken  Typographical   Unon   staling-      Lhni n,^,:   refused   to be consoled    She)  were   ready      tor   a   conference would eat nothing all  day and   kept  of-adjusting   lbe   dili*--^,,; a  howj so  familiar to the native  Tbe foi- hails.     Arnoido will have the   little  ihey  with  a   viev,-  orences,   which  now   exists  lowing oflicers wen- elected by ac- cubs preserved anid sent hack lo his  claniation. Pivsidonl, O.eorge JI. FA- home as a juriesity, so seldom) does  lis, Boston; Vice President, William an incident of the kind ever happen.  Green, New York; Treasurer, Thomas E. Donnelly, Chicago. John Stove! of Winnipeg- Was elected a member of tin? executive commit tee. Th  question    of lhe place of  meet in  e  WILL .RESUME WORK.  for   strikers  I'he.ne.Yt convention  was discussed   in   row  fearing  bloodshed  in  formnlly,     and   il,  Odessa.       .July        20.���������The   harbor  will   resijinc    work      lor.,or-  cons-        '11  toft!    of  the  Governor GeneraVs  order.  was   decided  glad   leave   lbe d'dormination    of this mat   Uie employees   today came   to an ag-   _   that      his 'tegnl      affairs have     been   ter    to  the    future action  of  the ex- ' reement   with the workmen accepting ' Queen  Anne hill,  is   to be leased   for  strig-hte-aed out. | ccutivn committee.  every morning. With Swiss .an i -cr  man milking hands he was ord-n 1 a  the cow sta,hle-s every morning, a'* Mw  sun was sending his shafts ol Hg'i  through grey colored clouds on the  eastern horizon. There he learnod lo  wa'-h tlic udders of the cows and tu  l.erome an expert milkman.  James was treated, just as any oth-  i r farm hand on the Paulhamus  fiii-iu. If made no difi'erence thai be  was a collegc-brcd man���������that- be liad  gra liiated froni Harvard in 18UC and  that he was plentifully supplied with  the world's goods. No attention wvs  paid-to the fact that since his rise  ���������o manhood James had been used  more to drawing rooms and full dress  functions than to anything approach-  tia the tiimjile life.  The young man was cLter.mined to.  de.-i.te his life to simple pursuits  and cheerfully, and gamely, too, he  undertook the hardest knd most re-  ,oiling tasks. He bai' made such  progress tliat he is now able to  handle six of seven cows twice a  day and he hopes to excel this record in a  very short time,  Tn order to enable her hus.l-.and to  carry out his amhition/to.iheoomc. a  producer of the purest lacteal fluid  1 designed especially for sickly infants  in fashionaible Seattle homes. Mrs.  ,lames will spend a year in England  visiting her relatives. She is tho  I'aiighter of a very old English family of means. She sympathi7.es with  tlie new ambition of her husiband,  however,    and  the     James home   on  most  of the latter's demands.  'I  a year. , I'-  /  ,  ft J -       s  THE LADYSMITH DATLYtiBDGKR  THE DAILY LEDGER  Pi jlished   every   day   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  THE'DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.      '  *    SUBSCRIPTION.  One Year (In advance) $5.00  One Month   _ ... ~... :.. 50 cents  SATURDAY  JULY 21, 1906  KLLL1CD IN ACOLDIJNT.  JDuifalo, July 20��������� Walk-i* 11 Vib  a pawn broker, and well known some  yours ago as a promoter of athletic meets was killed this nl'ti'i nuon in  tin iiiiloniobile accident.  #i3  T"i '   ,^'\\   '>-?~-2i.      -db**^  i-7-        -' "      /a-"'       ^-S.    lei      ������S |S*   ������P  JT <L* ^Ja���������-atf     .^-.V^. Nto^Jk ^������a5M*y  t>   -3������     '"*4   &���������&>  * is  * 3afinalt   & Nanaimo Railway  WiSHIR SCHEDU  "'0   -        '  CHATHAM -FAftTONG KILL  If  GBATIIAM FA3KH SCALE ft -  CHATHAM  INCUBATOR  Wp.K  b"-T      .? '���������:-;".-<i  V.'1' * i >'&������.������. :J  STEAMERS   COLI.I UF.  New  Vork,    July  "20.���������A collison oc  ciii-rcd   tnnight   betweeii   the   steamer  Thomas   Petti*  ol   lbe Vei 11   line   and  -l'ciseiis   of   the   Iron   Sle.unlio.il     Co  the   Jailer   plains   hei ween   'Sew "S 01 k  and   Coney   Island     The   vessel-:,    bad  .about  1,.j0O passengers oj\  board and  a wild  panic ensued but   no  one   was  seiiously   injured.        the   passing ������rs  wereialeii  olT  m  lori.vbonl s.  ���������o-  St.   .Petersburg,  thei   action  regar.  address  to  the  the lower   house  day. The Constitutional Democrat  / members appeared Lo be a n:\ious to  ' drop the subject ii the goicrnnicnt  is so minded, and there is a disposition to shelve thc address by in-  definitepostponoment as to the man.  ner of its publication TVferof circlet, are reported to be iubilant over the diaeomforture of the Constitutional    Democrats.  ;, , ^ -*<'  H   Sanaciiy 40to 53 tush  ""        '       nei- hour-  ;, 1.. i  EFFECT1V E JULY, lis.  & Brr** S r&  Veil nc8'"l a Co -'*���������'," -���������" .'I "Ti.im  *.ii i nor t it)   ,    ' '      I'- ' "V. .  1"m i v il. v- v.. i : - , il ��������� il* ."i i>������ money.  .<-ii;il.-.-o%ou*-.'i-"  ' ' "f-- '-" ' ","'' Vll>������,11"d���������',    E  n-i.Ui'".st.tiV' -������������������   ���������''-' ���������--'r-*.' ".''''��������� "P J,-^      J  ������V!.!^V'.   '  ;���������������'-.';'-,..   '-o!.J-'nai7.,coi.lK       /  ���������Vh|-iii"i'- '       ������������������     .\ J .) nil, but y.ui:-    **  l0-lhZ'tiJ..>     '"���������'"."        .-.'Mas cflhw kind  Wb-il crop,    ..   I'..!   y-u "'i"d <*vi-:>- cent  they - rc-woilb. N* .���������<--*. tl < >_ ��������� .-j>i>il yuicm I.  &  ���������Sat-, nom. Lad.'smillK for Vancouvci  eu-ry Tiir-*-dlj   al  C, o'clocl.-am  Sails  from   Vancouver  toi- Ladjsniith every    Monday,   ontl    Tuesday, at  '' * ,  '  1 30 p.  in. ,   -,  Ha. 1���������-SO Egg*  No, 2���������120 Eggl,  No. S���������240 Eggs  Geo, L*. Courtney,  District PasisouK-tM- Atf-r-nt  3S fiovernmeiil St., Victoiia,' l'..C. '  vears.  "Lnctsaliioiimo. ti.hu uj ul   " " '     ,      .      ,   , ,, ,.;���������,, i,n..   ,.,   1 ,,,,,1  payment "''jm-e u-nv mi    . 1 ... ."' '* -" ���������}      .'C T'^'J     Kciid foi" "'"'* 1' n"k������om(;3y illiialrated bootlot  .<KoWtoMakelX.l-ait-o-.i.oi:Uuid. ^ .,..., jvi 11.nk. .-W   -^      r     ,,,������������������   ri���������.ipil. wlanip0B, sM ������-cstnla:!cr, D C, JTonfrcal,  The M&N.SOT'S C.4:vS^-:?^x ^^-, ^--^^* ���������- ; ���������" x L'4 ^ A^-   -< -^r-> ^  TllK ELK B ADJOUBN".  Denver, July , 20.���������The Grand  Lodge J3. P. O. IClkt. adjoin ned this  evening. The day was devoted to  work  ou   laws  and  other  malleis  ol  The .srnullei bids .it higher puc;**-.  will j.iobablv i.-dmc tbe amounl.  which will li^t-l.N be aw aided lo a-  bout ���������jlo.OOO.OOO ne bids included  Coliiml.ia  X.uion.il  bank,   JUiffiJo  Tnit" TREATY  Ol*1 PEAOlsl.  C ItH* *-r Iw-t^ "."--.-*-?i-<.   -f'*^^"*^-w*jrct.t?^ci^-.   -1 i  1'A\AA1A   CA:\.\b   UOiS'US.  Washington, J ui> -iO.-liius wcio  opmod at ihe L'lUloe: SLu.Let> Lieasiu���������s  lale lodai lor i-t'c !;-.:jU,-jOU,Uuo lea  LhirLy J'auaiua caual bonds ol I n-  eler Secietaiy bhaw s, ciiculai oi  July 'J., and it is evident Lliat Uie entire issue has been subse-i ibod 101 at  an aveiage 01 iiom iu.'','J t up to  J.03.90. The laigost aud best biugle  oiiei was that ol l-'i&k iss ltooeitsoa,  Ol ^"ew- Voik, who made si.v uids ot  ���������jo.UUO.OOO at an average ol .*?L0*J 87  U  H\  interest   to   the   liateiuity.    Tuesday,  July 5th was selected for tbe Grand i^a, ^..^.nwn���������^-*���������������-������������������" -=.���������������~"~������"������--���������������"  lodge meeting 111 IWUT, the giand  Lodge "toilay authon/cd an cxpeiadi -  lure Lo enjoui negro lodges irom us  ing the Elk emblem. Among lbe important mallei s taken up loday ������j.**  the changing of the sou ices of mam.  tenance of the national home. The  grand lodge decided to levy a per  capita tax on all lodges in tbe coun  try for the support of the home   o   Washington,   duly  20.-The    American state department tonight was} ad  .,,.������������������.������������������     Aised  of the signing ol  1h.e treaty   of  eel  Colombia  N.u.onal  ban.,   luuia.o.   ^^    ^  ^  ^^^ ^  ()[    lno  saOU.000  .it     SliiLanel   Manne Nal-   M]inpi.cnl  10Jlll-,jllts  aboa 1 d   the   Mar  ional      Bank,     m.halo   9100,000  at ; ^^ ^ ^ cab|pal.om rc(;<>lvMl [rbm  'Mr   Morry,  tbe American  Minister  lo  In the message Mr. Murray referred  to a joint message sent by himself  and Mr. Combs, the Ameiican Minister to Guatemala and Honduras,  which message ha-*- not reached .the  stale  department yet.  i������^>������������ vm*m��������� *-.������  f.l0.������..75"  i',11    jviciry,   mc  ^iiiii. >. "..   *.-. ���������  'Salvador,   Cos! a Rim   nnd  Nicnraguc  I .mi  I!-  it  1  L-  H  |^ 'Foi  a cool, icfrcshliig���������  ���������I 1 "  ATM  ^i During the Summer  i,! Months Call on������������������  THOMAS LEWIS  .Shavinn   Parlois,  etc,     1 liah  Street  I*1  1 j  B  "i '     Sii.ilb-.li! Soiid is. bettor tlnin ntlier -lo.ips, bu t  s l)-sL wlieiiuscl ill lilt! SliiIIrIiI vn\.������  lliiv   5 i lllr'it Sun  ml (oUi������w direction-!  ,')  1   Kverv sriiocl iWlei canics this  *';  ij    boot.    T ke* i.o-snbs'itiite.    g  '   KIP  WHOLE I  D1GBY, N.S.  Minaid's  Liniment Co.,  LLmited.  Cieiitleiaeu,���������Last August my boise  was badly cut 111 eleven places by a  barbed wire fence. Ihiee ol Uie cuts  (small ones) healed soon, but the  others became foul and jottiu, and  'though I tried many bunds of medicine they had no beneficial result. At  last 1 doctor advised mc ta use-  MINARD'S LINIMENT aud m fuiu  weeks' time every sore was healed,  arid the hair has grown ova each p  one in fine condition. The Liniment  is certainlv wonderful in its working..  JOHN ������. HOLDEN.  Witness, Perry Bauer.  hi  h Hz-vc d j'lblti   sol *   nnd    slip.   %  |]       Hunt,aii.m nai'Lcl and stnr-  h  i  \t      daul sci--*.\   'a delicti,    liitili  i9  or lu\\ oi 1  Union made-Capital & Nugget Cigars  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  Call on 1E, Smith  House" and Sign Paintei  RAYMOND   &  SONS  ���������Dealers in���������  Lime,   Plaster Taris,    Brick,  Fire  Brick and Vancouver is-  *land cement.  3 Pandora St. Victoria B.C.  Try Capitil and Nugget Cigars  Under New Mauagiiicul  HOTEL WILSON.  jus.i;R, irlcKinnell, Prop.  MANAfMO  ''ommcicial Mens'  headii������ivters.  Modern  and     Strictly  Pirst Glms.  File Prool     Buildim-.  THE JONES JIOTEL  ���������WHITE   OOO K���������  and   WHITE   LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  Jfe  jg   scrvation  and  P.ullman  Sleep-   '  ers;     also    Through    Tourist--  Cars to Chicago.  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty .'  Union     Terminals   with   all  Steamer lines.  rierth  reservations by  wirel  -   Gieat Northern S..S. Co.  FOR   JAPAN    AND  CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail from'Seattle for .la-  pan    and China poiti at   fro-   ji  (fucnr dates.      Exact    sailing  |j  dates can be secured  upon ap-   lw  plication to any Great North-. j|  em rcpiesentative. 0.  S.  G.  YEIIICES, ..   I  A.G.P.A., Seattle, Wash.   P  E. Tl. STEPHEN,  Gen.   Agent, Victoria,  B.cl  ,?/r"  " "';!������  ���������t& NURSERIES,     'GREEN-   .  -jH      HQUSLU AND SECU  HOUSES JJ^  S'llO   Vp-stminster   Road,    -aj^  H.C-       .    it  Heaibpiarters' for  &C-^  PACIFIC OROwN nur.lon,  llela  itntl flowei 5Ef"P5  lot' distiiLution.' t-  Large. stock    of Home  , Grown'FRUIT*and  OR-,������L\  NAMENTAL     TREES j^Q  now matured for Spring. 'BQL\  No expense, loss or   de- **���������---  i^ijy   ".y of  fuint������*;atioii or  in-  ^ .      spection _T  ^J^       Let me "rnce your list ***���������  before  placing 3'our   order. Orcennousc Plants,        ,  Kioral Paelfasfis. ,Fertili- Jj^.        7,eis   etc.     ^._              - tfC?  Jfm\     3010   Westminster Road. *C,  Vfe/    VANCOUVER,   B.   C. \M  Fie elier Bros.  , ..Doiiers In . ...  Pia:i s   & Organs  Laiiysn-Mth, It.C  Plumbing, and Jinsniithing  DONE   AT  Reasonable Prices  ���������u>���������  J. ANDERSON  Lea\ e orilejs   at   T'etersoii's  Vurn -  line Store, or i.clepi'one No f>.'5.  1 tr t-i-i-t-i'i-i": ���������i-'-'r-f'i ��������������� -i-j-i. j������:-;-i-1 ���������; ���������i-j-i-i-i-i-'-M-*-:-:--: ���������M-i--M"i"!'4"i"S";'*-t--i*.-"-  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.      ������  1  tjl'The   m 1 t     ; -villa"     minors'   ������!  HOTEL   DOMINION  ��������� Ui !<r'  s.1."_b . ���������   "f ���������'."���������  -.*.,. .,,  ft|, o������ ,|.||iu *,   In.m! : sh r.i.d  n..v. iv .���������.������������������-1','.     ;:i*.ir .*,:-i'.'i ' V- ���������}  bv  u.s.V't.r   '���������-, ill ���������.���������nt'3. (>(   tli"  ctv.    '''���������'  fj        boot iui  tinned ont ol n       | ,^,( ,���������������������������,..,,������������������,  t-5 I" ��������� l >  *.  1   ��������� ��������������� '���������������  ��������� " '- ''������ 5   jnli    ?������  VA?!C0!'jV;:!l', .;. 8.-'S<  s  ^aEE^i^-^^^&r^^^^^SS^  <^!^^^^������^<^������^  O ASK TOr   ������������b������s2ss  6  -K,---^  "������.p������^  -The Cream  of Scotch WhisMes  s& 1  0  ���������-THE HUDSON ?**��������������� M  V Sole  Agents for B.   C  !���������'. P. VYiN'I'N, Pr-jiiiic'iT,  ABBOTT   ST,   VAN'l'OblVEIl   11,0.  ! Best  accommodation  for  transient  Mid permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  d������t������" Rates $1.������0 a day and up  w\rds.  WM.   BEVERIDOE,  Pi op.  S/.plasa^'i'    -* ���������-��������� ���������--" *���������-��������� f-sdva-wl-Jb  PURCHASERS AND SMELTKRS Ol- COPPER, CiOLU AND  SILVER ORfiS.  Sh 1 eltit^g Works at  UDYSMITH,   B. C.  f       HEAD OFFICE  % DUNCANS STATION.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON-  %       Vancouver Island,. 6. G. ~ General Manage  * v*.**-******'!--;-"!'-! -m .i-:--i-i-v-i m i--i.-i"f"i"j"F-j- f-M������*t ^..j.^..t..h^..t������j..j..:..j.4- !  +  a.  ���������i-  *  - ���������*  ������     *  Sill.lM  IlliATBIl  .'- .���������^j.I.-I'.KN'ISIf.   ROOMS  A. .5. McMURt'RlE, i'ropriclor  Newly fitted up and  l^urnished  BAll bl)l'l'l.ir.l> v. I ' n B". '!'  \viNi.;s, i.K.uioi'*.;.cn* ii;-'  , let  i.AinfA.nn, -^  Good tables and good  Rooms  This   Hotel  ban    been'completely        renovated.  Board amd lodgiHg $1.00 per (Uy.  JOHN TKA7 Proprietor  Bar  Supplied  with  the  Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-:':-:'x Ladysmith B.C  Liquors and  Cigars.  4  t  4  4  4  4  4  WM.  MUNSIB,'President.    J. VV.  COBURN, Managing Director  Telephaue 4-b..  T  he' Ladysmith ��������� Lumber Co, Ltd,  MILLS    AT   FIDDICK   Ar4D   LADV SMTTH-?    *-   *M  Shingles et Specialty  MANUFACTURERS OF   Rough and Di'essocl. Pit* and Cedar IiUinl>ors  LATHS,   RIIINOLEK,   MOULDINGS,      ETC.,     or    tlie BEST ,   J  QUALITY  SEASONED.      AND   DIUED     FLOORINGS      AND      #   I  FINISHING LUMBER IN  STOCK J  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  I 5T0VBS! STOVES!  I weiare making liliATHRS and RANGES of  ? Latest styles and Newest Pat-terns--We do  t        A! | kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  \ Nickei.Plating in all its branches a.Specially .  | Lac! ysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Lcl  ?. TELEPHONE 53 D.  O.  Box  -12.  THeCFTY MRRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  sst. Avenue; Ladysmith'B-X;  PAiNTING   AND -PAPERHANGING  ������������������',.: .���������������������������.,���������..���������--. j  Neatly and Artistically Done- - - - ���������--- -   - -  *- ���������  ���������������������������- ���������'���������-?���������- ------,--.-; :-���������-,--- Orders  Promptly  Execut e  -- ��������� -������������������������ LADYSMITH  S.  ROEDDIjNG:  I LAD</S  1  SMITH TRANSFER STABLE |  PIANOS,      ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURI'' MOV-  J  ED  PROMPTLY  A   ND  SAFELY.  " --*������*������^������MiHIS!VK������4*l  Stahlw in the rea-: nl the Ladysmith hotel.     Loan* orders at   ���������!!���������������������������  Ahbn'ts 1'ird  A.    J   WASKF.TT    '      p  ^4V-V~M-+---H"*-*H-^^ '  ROF    j  *4  r ' THEL ADX8MITH DAILY LEDGER
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"   LODGtiS        *
LADYSMITH    TEMPLE,    Xo.    5.���
Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd
fellows'  IIall    every  2nd    and' 4th jjg ?:z*e*��Z!>mrj^-&5Z
\ Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.
'      MRS.. KATE TATE,
-    . M. of R. & C
; Wellington Ciove,  Nc. 4,  U.'A.O.O,
meets in   Hid    I O.O.K. "Hall,   Lady-
i5inith, the Second and  Fourth.   Wed-
Jiesdays   of  each   nionlh.   comnipiicing
Wednesday;, 13th,  I DO*}.
*'Visiting Druids are  invifed  io   al-
|cnd.    Hy Older
Wi\l.  RAKTER,  Ktc.' Sec.
Dr. Dior can be found n,t any time,
it his oflice on Gatac-re street. His
luntal work is guaranteed to ,hc first-
lass,, and rales  reasonable.
From      tins  dale   the  undersigned
Iwill   not,   l"\ tespoiisihlc  foi   any  ln-
piehtedness     incurred  except on      *'
Iwiitten oi'Qt-i -signed hy the secretary
IRowla'iid   fiLtchin.
V. ,1.   K\ PI.ORATION ,v   DJ3VEL.
[Non Persontt1 Liability. t  ,,
|vrif^,i"'i   n  -'"    v*v ������p*"-   """ir-
flnlli-ltor,   PA*
ie **��� !$���" Diei
Surgeon Dentist    ,
VII  worlc   guariuiteed  and at  reasonable  rates.
Gaiscre :-,t        , Lad\ emi th
Oj ea at, all ho'irs.
Wedding     Cakes   '-"lade    to  Order
FI'.L'iTS    A'*--!)    CANDIES OF  ALL
'    KINDS.    /?KESil   CHEAP  EV-
Prices    are     Very Reasonable.     All
ih'stoincis are Q'reatod Alike.
ON rim   SSPLANAIjE.   ���   .
Tho    Hosidtal    Hoard    met last cv-  McC.iisli,  Hilton  si root.
em ig- for the purpose of appoint ins
a .Vation I'or tho Nanaimo hospital.
Sc. .-ii aPPlieations wore received,, ai��0
the Hoard decided to reappoint JMiss
���-'iii-er who had. resigned the same
po*- uon a short   time ago.
S* ,uce taking charge of the hospital .l lew months back. Aliss. Fuller
ha' pro ml hei self a thoroughly able
-.in.i competent .Matron and a. huge
nu..,ber ol the citizens will hear
wil'i pleasure that -dm is ' to roiii'nin
in her old position.
3 ^���wr..fc.^W
���\t.    Av*-"ii",  --
torn-   ���
I Manufacturers of tho Famous
cm* an   ti;. n-s )H . .
iNoiic bu    Utiif'i-L.ihh;-   ! in'.ployed
ni     (;/*w*i"t f    '>�����,>�� -"
rein Seme
.no, Lf^oosa, *���
Milliter T010iT@?
. ��� portlihd,- mmmK
And tiie I'd"' i'*ul Tu- Lick*) Centers of
Ontario, Quebec, a red thoj
Rflari-S-imc Provinces.    |
* I-'oi- Tline Tiilila1", <'?<'���. ad-bos!"
Awtsc-int Gen'l I'us-.-um *'"*'' 'l'l'',"<*t ARCiit, g
in-3'Aojvmr CIT . CrllC'iCO, 111.
Thu" I'l'iuains woio hi ought over on
ihe Joan last nigh! iro'i) Vuii'nii-
v'cr and taken t<> Jiilbeii's undcrlaK
ng  'parlors,   ullcrw.uds     t r,uiMci'ied
io lbe homo i,i Mr. .MiCnii-h iiom
ivliLrc thor infii.-i.il will late iii.u-*-'.
A short sm-vii.i v. ill ly held at iho
homo by K'l-v .Millai, who will aKu
ollkialc, ill   lhe gra\ esiilc.
'I he  jj.iII   In-ill ers   \\ ill   nc
0.   Hardy,    M.   \fiN' d.   .1
ll    'jilclviiiiKui,     li.  MfiU'is,
Kilmmnls,   sr.
ll.'hM s,
and     \\
n-i. X. j\>*t+V -3T �����
*?*��� ������ -J" *?*. /������;> ^ 7 -���*��
" h S 5 s| i i V     k.-?
lufacturers Of.���
y yp wants
Fancy Dyeing and  Cleaiiing. Gurgles rcason.-i.hle, elc. -fWork Guaranteed.
'CoiamercialSt. ��� Nanaimo, B. C.
K2      ~*   i.~ *-\ ���
Miners' Ori.Hin? Machines
,      -S II-1 P S 1M I T II IKfr    IN       A LL    I T S
ilorfeshoQfs ��isTd Gentry- [/^acksniitfjs?
3 tl-
Street   -
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I CF i      IC F S
Will b? Dfcfiverccl on  Mondays,   WeUn?sdavs.
P.- id ays a nd Sa i ur:1 ny?.
Orders  must be in  by  eleven  o'clock   on   day  of Dclivety,
'I bo Nanaimo P.ukory, which ha.s
boon dosed over since Air. K. .1. Dilg
gun loi't the city, is to bo ,again opened up for business. Tbo new pro-
portiefc aro two Xanuinio ladies. Airs,
Win- Wag-stall, 'of llalibui-lcm street,
and Mrs. Hades, Strickland Street.
Tho now linn will mako a;specialty
id home mafic broad, and will also
curry a full assortment of cakes and
Airs. Bailes lias had considerable
evperienco in the bakery business,
hnving learned the (rado in Knglancl
years ago, and I'he new management now in
iccls that by catering to tlie wants
nl' iho public a (ii-st class li-ado can
bcv.'orked  up
'lhe bnkerv will be opened for business this morning', and il is lo bo
hoped Ihal tho new owners will le-
c-ivolhoii* slime oi" the public" pat-
Ijd ii niu :il\\'ii}.s sup])!ieil.
In mild   woallior,    wi'i .i   a   slciuly   firo   i-*   not
needctl, ,ilic  chilliiu"-^.-*   i-nn    l>c   l.iken   oil'   a   house
wilh a  wood    fin*---the    l..!*.'/'-' tl.itiMo   fi'ed   doors
will  at'linib a  heavy, rouj^ii   i-hr.nk. '
The   "Sun.sliino"  i'i  a    ^lowiiif*;    opnosition    to
cold  winter days,  and   a\
from   the   same   amount
_ You should examine
i)i"<..!iu'o  iiioro comfort
I'i.i i   Shan   any   other
any otnor.
' Sold 1
every who"!
A change has boon made in tho
time of I'he 'funeral of the late Sam-
ut'lRodpalh, whoso death occurred on
Thursday in .New Westminster. Mislead of, Sunday as previously announced the funeral will take place
this (Saturday) afternoon at '1 o'clock from the* residence   of Mr. Xoil
iifitrr 'Ivfui'Q buying
ni*'���������.ri-.in<j dealer
L.ji.Lh't   free.
-"3 ���?.-*���
'.Ib'i'ogni/ing  I be   -iii-fii   woilh nf f.i
nof coal lot- s!..iOiinL, purposes il
i.s (ho inli'i'ilioil ol \iiictl 11 < > J * .v.
Joinpnny    opt-i filing   llu1     IJlue      and
.Vhile     l-'iiimi I   i'i.;:o>,lu ing   fleets      bo-(
'wren   Liv m-poul ^-"ind   I'll-.--    .-uaSI ,    loi
���mil tboir vessels wilh il .on .-v-ry
(Kj^sible occasion Wheii-'voi- Iho bij;
fivighleis opc-i.ilod by Alfred Holt
.t Co., have I i.no io lake on b'.m-
!��������!��� coal at f.'ii'ion P.ay they will.- do
'Iho     dilue-Funnel       liner ' SI color,
Vancouver    discharging   cargo  from   .the   L'niloil 'Kingdoi.i,     will'
ln'<o on ninideen    hi.nd'-ed    Ions       of
Comox coal   at I'uion.   She will likely  finish, discharging  lonighl,'Tinrl   ni(
i lint event she will got  n\\"n..v   at day,
light    tomorrow morning-    for   Union '
Aflor coaling   (here    she  will   proceed
fo   Seattle,    to  load     a   pari   cargo
of piles   foi\"Mrmilla.
The    Holt  I.neis   have   made    mini-} VANCOUVER     MANN
stenming    power I    *   * ^""jFW  T *-**"*>   . iTAZ *k* >  v-F
" " '" '   ' NARROW ESGAPE
��� *    i  "i i ** v t,
* t        . tJ r ���>    ~~v\^ l'TifJffl
t   r-    * 1/ i't"t"'1   A-.
Ladysmith Hardware Co.,' Sole Agents
eroua   lests    i >f  I hoof Japanese' coal,
found wanting.     Aro.v(   to lhe famous j
Welsh    coal    Ihal     produced .,at     Co
mox    is now coming    to  be  recognized  by steamship o*.v tiers as  the   host
in  the  world. '
IN   CO M ML' X if 'AT f ON.
Cape Race, duly 20.��� The " steam���'
er Faderland from Antwerp, for" New
Vorlc was in wiioloss communicn- ;
lion with Marconi million hero when
V.O miles south' cast of this point
������it 1:30 p m she will probably dock
nt about   noon "Mondnv
Vancouvei-, July 20.���Mr. h".  Lang-   in     ojieslion.     The Indian blood   in
worthy   who   won   tbo   championship   ,,,a  dl.1V0l., was   rosponsiUe for     the
.s .hscquent tragedy.
After   a  brief  discussiou with,    the
hotel   clerk,   who   indulged in   bandi-
NA$A!MQ\.JB.....C.   ,,..
4-.i.f-ujt..wi-i. -I- ���*- -i-'-^���Z - -4���I���^���I���1--2- -4��^_ -H-*~��-*4-Ir^- ���v-H'W-H'-'M"'-*'-- -I-v
United  Slates "Imports Amounted   .to
��1,126,000,00*0'and   Exports
SI,eM .0(10,000. ,     '
Washingion, II. C , duly 20.���A
slat cm," nl issued lodaj by I'he' depart ment of Coinmeiw and labor,
says the foreign lominerce of the
United ..Stales in thc fiscal year jusi
ended iig-grt-g-.ilofl ft2,07O,OOi>,0OO If
Ihe trade with Porto I'ico and Hawaii, which was included in tho lor-
eign commorie jirior 10 tboir annexation wore added, the total would
materially evceoil I hose of nny earlier year. Dolh imports and exports exceed those of nny earlier,
year. Tho 1 ol nl impr.rfs* wore Sl,-
226.000,000 and exports Si ,7-1'L-
Minard's   Liniment cures   Diphtheria
tenuis .singles   hero  last year, had   a '
liiiruiuluiis  oseujie    from    death,     ac-
cording     to   advices    received   yesterday by Jfr.   Oeoreo   E. "Powell! bar-
is better than other Soaps
but is best* when used in
thc Sunlight way. Follow
Clanij.'J Mvtli'ratf: NViTo'.'-iil* p.-.'.on! ia.'icc'iro'1- i
[ ].i'II.T*.��.-'lrii;l!yoonfi(!.,.:iti.U.   Andre;-.!,
J ". G.^eKCUS MVwr.t Lr/vyi-i-, Wasl-.ir.otiMt, t>. C   j
Synopsis  of Canadian  Homestead
Any available Doininiou. J/ands
within the Railway Belt' in !British \
Columbia, may be houiesteaileil' by i
any person who is tlie sole head of i
a family, or any male- over c glitecu ���
years of age, to lhe extent of one- !
quarter section ol 100 acres, more,
or less. ..   1
Khtry must he made personally at j
the local land ollice for thc district i
in   which  the land  is  situate, |
The homesteader is required, to per-I
form  the  conditions connected therewith    under    one     of   the    following
(1) At least six* .months' residence
upon, and cultivation of the land in
each year fpi-   three years.
(2) If the father, (or mother, j[ th."
father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered  for,  the    re
quirements   as to residence may    be
' satisfied hy such person residing with
the father or mother.        -
(-j) If the settler has his 'permanent residence upon fanning land owned hy him in the vicinity of his home
stead, thc ���requirements as to residence-, may be satisfied hy residi-in-u
upon the said land.
. ��� Six ' ��� nionthe- notice iu . wril-h,-.
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 $20 for
anthracite. Not more than 320
acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the
rale of ten cents per ton of 2,000
pounds shall be collected on the
gross output.
W.   W.   CORY,
T'cputy  of   the Minister  of Tnter.mr
Leads Them    AM
:'   IN .gUAU'S Y
& Co:,'.'Lid'
I'an He Coast
VICTORIA.   ���   .-...-
- B<
WORK   PROMPTLY   in     *
LeiftVc order** at the  Ahhi.t.sfor'f
Keep  Minard's    Liniment    iii     tiie
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
���I glcubes without the rul:|ljler ring e
| cannot Keep out water, y0u
;jj can see that, by examining
"f I hem. The artificial flower
* that is.1/put into the globes
I with the rubber rings, ts giuar
| anteed to he the best, and if
..-, you want a glohe with a
| Rubber Ring, call at Mrs, T.
| X. Jones, agent for
1    The oaly    place you can   get
? Them.
���\    -Sole Agent in  B.C.    for     the
���    French    Wreath   Co., of   London,   Paris,   Melbourne,   S.A.,
Cor.  ^omoi: Rd. & Milton St.
FIRST.���Oip the a-tir't:
to be w.ishcd in a tub Df
lul:2M'drm water, draw it
out on a wa-'iboard and rub
Ihi soap lis'ltfy over it.
Be particular r.at to n*i?s
Eoaping all over. TIIKN
loll it in a light roll, hy
in tlie tub under the water,
and go on the same way
until .ill the piece? h.ive lhe
soap rubbed on, and arc
rolled up.
Tlien so away for
thirty minutes to one
hour and let the Sun-
liclit" "Soap do its work.
KICXT.���After soaking
the full time rub the clothes
lightly outona "-���ls!' l*oril<li
and the dirt will drop
out; turn the garment inside out to get at ilie seams
but don't use any more
soap; don't: scald oi boil a
snigle piece, and don't
wash through two sud*. If
the water gets too dirty,
pour a little out and add
fresh. If a streak is hard
to wash, rub some more
soap on it. and throw
the piece hack into thc
suds tor a few minutes.
RINSING, Mhich i>. to be
done in lukewarm water,
taking special care to Ret
all the dirty suds away,
then wrinc out and hang
up to dry.
for Woolens onu r.an-
nels proceed a* follows I���
Shake tha articles free from
du��. Cut a tablet ' of
shavings, pour into a gallon
of boiling water and wlilsl:
into a lather. Wbon just
lukowaim, work articles in
lie lather without rub-
i,in<r. Squeeze out dirty
w.-.'er without twtslinis
and rinse thoroughly in twu
relays of lukewarm water.
Sque���� out water without
twisting and bang in the
open air.
EarThc most delicate
colors may be sn/eb'
washed in lhe "-"in-
light" way.
��� i-isioi-   of I'ilk, iity.    lie is at present,   "���"���fie,   the  driver grew  more   exciied.
soioiiuuiigin   Liuunos Aires,   iho.'capi,
t.il   oi*   the   Ar��enline   Ropublie.        lt
sei. ii is   Uial   Mr.  "Langworthy,   on    ro-
i in nine,    l'loin a drive,  missed a valuable   uinbiella.     Al   his   sng-gcsiion.
th.' i lorh ol  tbe lea'tling hotel   in thai
^i(\,   whei-e "Mr.  '   "Langwoilhy     was
stopping,  leli-phoned iho hacL stables
asking   tor tbe reUirn   of the mi&siug
article.      Imi'iug   the    convei-salion il
u.i-, niLiiiutiimI   that  possibly the ctn
ver  bail   ap;n-o|ii*iated   l lie  arln-le.
\"olliiiig more \\ a*< tboughl oi tlie
iinuhni. unlil_ ball ftn bour later,
ub-ii an eKeiicl hiilf-eusle entered
lb.. ImI i'i ollice ami approat hing the
ollice di"��b liAtitedl;.' declured that
be  bad  boon   tho   driver  of the    hncl.
���'Vou cowardly Ing-lez." he thout-
ed in a fit ot" frenzy, as bo flashed a
b.ng-^biaded knife and da-shod al his
M'clim. There was a wild .scurrying
of f��j��t as lhe lialf-caste dro"NO the
weapon into the clerk's heart with
ci   shout   of   exultation
The murderer is now in custody,
and tbe pieliminary hearing- u as to
have occurred a few days, nft^r ihe
1'ller was ui-il(,.n ^[r. Langivortby
\.bo is a uciillhs Kugli'-lniian and a
i.fled liunter of big gam.-, m the let-
f.*r expressed gialiiude over bis e*-
>-ry\ hm added thai he would ne\-
rr forget the unfommaie incident,
which resulted in the death of an innocent man.
ioiix .lu,y If-*;Hi, lelegraphed (o llio
Associated Tress at noon lodaytbat
ber father's condition was serious
but not   critical
I'mdla.i. Ohio, duly 20.���Sherifl
i.'roies. who has a warrant for the
nriis! oi .luhn l>. Uockl'eller, based
on iiimin.il information charging Mr
l-h c l.ielii i fit, u.,�� ollogod hc'iui of the
���M iiiuaid oil Compah-t, \mi1i \ iola-
li.ui of thl- \alcnline anti-trusi law,
s.i\s an iidumpt ��ill be "made lo
v-i\e flu- warrant upon lbe landing,
of Mi 1'ocU-lk.r ,��� Now York, n | lb'WI'JL COMPLAINT
i.-.  slated    iiirti,,.,.   Unit  if  the  papers! IN   CHILDREN
aie ii'nni  lioM-inoi   Harris   will  at'    1)miu& fhesumniei  nioiiths children
on o   I).-   asked     t-i   make   recpusition
I4^a,   .Inly   20���Uaron   Knupinhau-
sen,   a   woallhy   land   o\\ n.-r,   residing
in   \'olmai"".\vns "killed   today    by   unknown men while inspectmg hi-, lieldb
mi    l.ou-iiiui'    Miggins of Kew   Vorh,
lm   i-xlraililiun  piipi-is
ooN'urnoN is o'rittcal.
Paris, .July *i0.���Mi'ss. Stillman.
dnugh!t..|- of -Phos. P. Stillninn. th,..
.Vew Vork lawyer, who was injured
hi  mi  ai.toinoi.ih.  m-cide.it  near    Lis-' l,v  Ladysmith Phr
n.- subject to disorders of the how-
el- wlw'ih should leceive careful at-
'���'-. lion as -?oon as the first unn.atur-
looseness of Uie bowels appears
lie best medicine ia use for bowel
complaint is Chamberlain's Colic,
1 li-lei*a and Diarrhoea Remedy as il
���I'ciiptly controls any unnatural
iiess ,>f (he bowels.       For   sale
Public Notice
Attention Is called   to   'he    fact that  tki
Ogilvie Flour fliils Co    Limited,
CC AAA REWARD will bo paid
.pjf\J\J\j (0 any pei-son who
proves that Sunlight Soap contains any injurioiiH chemicals
or any form of adulteration.
Your Money Refunded by tho
dealer from whom you buy-
Sunlight Soap if you find any
cause for complaint
San .Jose, t'iiuvleii-.nla, .Inly 20.���
A treaty of peace between Oiiat'*-
ninhi Siilvador a ml Honduras was
siuu'il today on board Un? United
Slates cruiser .Marbiehead on the
high soas.
| makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD I- LOUR l,aT0 for S;,m8 ��imi
I past been producing'-lour in �� v��5tly Improved anc* puri-V "' r^m
| by  the aid ofEI-ECTRICITV
���*nd ��� havjnp; secure
eontrol of all tie basic patents relating ih'-rr-
>-o, take Ihi, opporlunity of a dvising the public that any unauthorized users of tlie electrical    flour  p-irlfylng processes   will  ... Dro_
7-4 ,
I   ; - Ogilv'a Flonr Mills Company lAmi*eA
I are the only millers in Canada whose    Fl>nr is M
�� purified by the E��8Dfcpio Froea3s
First Cl&ss   NeaS
J. X. Smith's Restaurant
FIRST AVENUE. I' r -  '^''Iw^w*^^* jua.*cKJ5di^, - ^ l -.ASj-iij, jta-^.j.1 ^fcK^- r.^cry^i.-Tv ;  '      .  ������ I  I  r  JTCE-      _      "  **������-"���������.-.    ,  ^���������<.-^*'^=!fcrf*'ta'^_*jtol������"IW'������������i^^  .^-^<     Jrtt������j-i    aj^w ������#i    ..i.������.^>.������i.*-^aft..^i-!nM������>.lwfTM������ur ,r. >. i^,,   ..    .   .,     ,-nil|,, i,tf   .nrir,^i>ii i u ,, ��������� J%[. ..^^_^_^^_.^^_'_"," "'���������._ J^\T-TT--T^L|  t   -        ���������>���������"  r*T.i "VTC, _. <ry,J&T3FTTrrf^^^r  ',;'"'  fcr^wAhS .  v i&y-,,* j**-*-.  ^Ouavf-M^Miiluainlut   niiiiIiiikiiIIiPi in  THKIiA.DYSMITHDATT.Y LEDGER  V  Pi  if,  I'D  I *-"  ������������������*  if  1*3  I;:  'I   ���������  I **'��������� t "  1 t '    '  ���������I  .*<*��������� .*���������. ."*"- ."*"������ .*��������� -**". -*. .*. ���������'*''��������� ������'*'. .'*'. ���������'*'. ."*". .***. .-i*-. ."t*. A 1,'t'i >*!*������ ������**��������������� i"}1. .Ti iti iti 1*1*1 iti  'Xf 'V lV *V 'J.' *V *V 'J.1 U.' 'V lV ���������+������������������ '+1 'J.1 '���������*��������������������������� '-t' ,+1 ,+1 ���������+������������������ *���������** vJ? IPWW  aii'������3S*Si--"S-**Si*i"������^  Local Items  W   Smith, the   lu'al pholo^riaplfei,  returned on the noon turn  Air. .1, li. Lowry, ot Victoiia, luxiil  Ladysmith a visit toda1, ���������  Mr   J. Easthom, ol Nau.nmo, i--  'the city today.  in  Mr   Jas   Gilpin, of Toionlo, is lec,-  istproil at the Atobol.sford I To lei  Mr. L. F. Spragge, ol Che-mainus,  is in Ladvsnnth this afternoon, a  guest olf the  Aliibotsfoul Hotel  The Tyee Smelter lesunicd opera-  tions this morning, ami is now running  full "j'aSt.  Mrs D. Nicholson letuiued this  morning from Wellington, wheie shr-  had been spending the past Avcek.  thio'iah the last loot of Uie stumi������,  and   the ������\voiiiers  Avere leAvarded     hj  seeing  a lioic in  the ground in place  of the  old slump    which had marred  lhe  ' iwauty    oi the scenery  in   that  paiticular spot      Tins morning, bou--  evei, then bur prise can bo   imagined,  when their ga/e sv.*ept over tlie scene  of theii    lecent Jabots, to'behold   a  stump of  far lar&ei giith" than    hail  been in existence beloic they stinted  to  work,    occu'>\ ing    the same   ohl  sjiot.     The     ncAV    icsideiil AVaS five  fi'dt in girth,  anil  stood  fully  i  feet  out of the    ground        It' apparently  had been tilde  many years, as     the  (Hound    around     was lum and haul.  Concealing   their  disappointment     as  best     they    could, and saying something about luwing tUiamcd that the  stump was out,  the ruttcm. A\orkeis  again  attacked  the  slump,  and   wens  agieeably    suipused to  Innl that the  laUei  extended into the giomid  oiilv  a  few nu lies, and1     had    lieen placed  [dining the night     hy some practical  jokcis,  Avho a\ itq cnjovni'g  lhe   seen.?  a  Few Yards ofl.  This last week week we  have bean making a regular  clean-up in our Boot & Shoe  stock. The result is we have  about 200 pairs of Somen's  Shoes that we..don't want,  now we are going to do what  we always do, make the price  so interesting that they will  move���������They are new stock���������  Biucher&Ba! Cut���������Regular  from $2.50 to $3.75     ' ,  surtncR stoci  -,OF-  Biouses, Prints* Men's Hats &  ��������� ', i  Children s Straw Hats  will  not carry  lie   roM Regardless of Price������������������  over this Stock  Wc  Mr. W. S. NeAvman and A. W. Wil-  by, of the C.P. R., are in the city  this afternoon in the inteiests of the  raihvay   company.  The water was tinned through the  neAv diain on Fiist Aicnue and Kitchener streets yesf,eiria\, the big  pipes taking the water away nicely.  TO  CLEAN  OCT FAKE  MINING   COMPANIES  Mi. Russell Simpson ictnrned 'In-  day Irom Our beilamd where he lias  been in attendance at a sitting of  the county court, picsided o\ci by  Judge Harrison.  None Better-Capital & fMijrgel Cigars  Mr IT Bemiel., of ('lionuinus, v.h0  has iren in Vaneou1. ei on husuie .s  during the past few drfvs, leliuned  to Tadvsmith last, e\fining and leil  for Ohemainus in lus automobile.  BWI) CONCERT SUNDAY  The Band will (rive their usual  weekly o])cn-air conceit tomonou*,  (Sunday) instead 0r S.ilmd.u Tins  will be the thnleciith one or Hie season and aviII be given on the Bunl ei  grounds if there is a baseball name,  commencing at 2 30 shiup Tf Iheie is  no ball Dame the conccLt will l,e on  the Tunslci Whaif.  NOTICE.  If you   want    (o sell y0ui   chickens  for a Ian     pnee,  hi ing  Ihcin to    .I  X   Smith's icstauiaiit,  1st Amuuc.  FROM WELLINGTON  Wellington evidently, is not without its humorists. For the past two  or three weeks ��������� partiBs iiiteri-slifd  have been, during their spare time,  engaged in removing ,a large slump,  near the railway station. Yesterd.,y  ���������the (ire had   done its Avork, and eaten  The Seattle "I> -J " says. lai line  A\ith his policy of looting out fal*e  mining com-xuues, Chief of police  Wapjieiistein has beg-iin an liuesl/iga-  tioii ol a locoI concern with piopei-  tv in the NoLih 'I lie invesUgation  A\as_iie������un A't-slerd.iv when Mis M.iu-  iiiw Phillips, 717 ll.u ion stieet, re-  poi ted that she had piuclinsed 12,000  sliaies of sioct foi },.',0u(i. 13ccom-  jiiij aiiMOus lo view the mine she  A\ent to the .pot wheie it war lo  cated She *tit"d Uul ^11 she could  disOHu aims an fj'jiiiidrin'd shaft with  no sign of woikiaigs I'pon lid ii5-  1 uin slie d.-iiiaii'led hei money buck  fiom (lie ofhceis of tlie conipanv  This t'nev icfused to lm\c hei One  of I'.'mh, she sirl, fn.illv gave" her a  i heck for the amount. The cheek  was. not |.a*.<i.lil" i.ntil .I������nui.i.rv I.  and then onlv if tlieieweic fiin<ls in  lhe bank If iheie were no funds the  chei-lv w.is fo h<* ii'ill and \oid nu I  could not le eollieicd aftei Ihal.  dale  Vfiei this \ii<- Ph-lliis went to  ChU'l W'ai'i ei*-iL'in \'o al un'i lie.;an  pn uue .ii", ihun uilo Hi" staiidin.^ of  1lic ci.ii'p.in, iui '.ill .is( "i t am what  Ihev hi->" ami in i"i a.hi' "-io'ii<N  ihe*.   ,ii,  d ���������> i s ii     o' lh������n   st,/ l s  "1   .i'i   ���������    i'i.-   I .i   l   n   i ���������' '���������  i   n    i n  (i 'I    ( :   -V   "I .  ,1   Vi      *A:r-.ip."  'I"in       'Th 'ir   h  -e  i e, n   ,on     nieiu  sv.ii'ill'"   fi'   I' i        n '   >   *i" i' ><    1    in  Mint Me       'n  1'      <   ���������   ���������     i       .      r  * *  i"'I ��������� '1       V"i s'   i     .'i>    id ,ins air- un-  ,-nct-n. v ii ��������� r-n "I s. saiiii'S jlic  I nl en bv ih"       Imieis "  BASEBALL.  Xal ioinil   I.(.iiyiK.-.  St.   Louis   (.i.    I'w.mi-.lyn   '2.  Pittslmi-g-   J. ���������I'hilail.'liihbi'   :'..  Chicago    f>,    \'<-w  A'(.r!c    :5.  Amci-'ii-aii   I.'-ai;!!...  Philadelphia    5.    St.   r.ouis    2  New York   .">,    Cleveland.   2.  Wallers &  Akefthead  PiCNIGERS ATTENTION  We have made arrangements  to have v a launch leave the  whart every hour iliui'iig Thurs  * day aflernoons and on Sundays alter 10 o'clock in lhe  foienonn f u* the Green, and  shell beach, where we have ps-  tahlishcd icfieshmeiit booths  Campeis Avishing plots foi  ten ting'sin mid apply early, as  Uie camping season is nearly  heie *   *  HRS    McKlNNELLF.Y    HUOM   THORNI.EY  GARDEN PARTY  WliO.NESDAY, .lUNI; 2?tii  BY  nORCAS GUILD OF   THE  C'Ul-RCII OK ENGL'VN'n    '���������  The  proceeds lo go   fl r  lice e\cur  on loi  Siuuiav School.     Ice   ei earn, I Ladysmith, B.C  Operation 'Advocated���������Saved *  j   ������������������        By Pe-ru-na.  Mrs. Louis Lacoinb, "Hayward, "WIb.",  j writes:  "I haAre folloAved your treatment as  closely us 1 could aud am now entirely  well. _^  "We had two doctors and one said  that I would have to have an operation  performed before I could regain my  health.  "We then decided to write you as to  my condition, as I had been suffering  nearly a, year %vith sovere pains and  headaches at times so that 1 could  scarcely stand up. '   '  "Now I feel so well after a short  treatment with your remedy, and am  so grateful that I do not know how to  express my thanks.  "I thank you many times for the kind  advice 1 have had from you."  '���������2-Write to Dr. S. B. Hartman, President  of the Havtman Sanitarium, Columbus,  Ohio, for free medical advice.  Try a Pro*\Ince Cigar."*  ��������� ,���������. ��������� T���������tf.. .. .t .-._ ,  ' LAUNCHING PARTIES.  Parties wishing to engage a first-  cl'ass launch for picnic oi exclusion  parties at reasonable lales should  apply to H. BLAIR, Cecil Hotel,  City. Launch may be engaged for the  evening at any time j        st  .NOTICE.  1 have taken over the scaA'engcr "business lately handled by M. Campbell  and am prepared to do Avoik in this  line in fiist-class shape. Leave or-  deis foi heavy team work, scavenger  work, etc., with Messrs. Blaii A-  Adam. Also any complaint legaut-  mg scaAenger woik will be attended  lo if laid at this place.  ROBERT CALLANDER.  Print Blouses,  1.1.2."������,  now She  Pi'int'Blouses. "fc-LlO,  now fi5o  CliihlienJs-St.'-aw'lt.its,  1.50 now   %l  Children's    do, -f 1.0(1, now 7.1c  Childien's    do, 7f-e, now r>0c  Boy's Canvas Hats, 50c, now... ,35c  Men's Hats, C5c, now . ...^. 50c  Rlen's"llats, 3,1.25, now       00c  ladfc*s Cotton Underwear at Special Value  -* ' - - j -t  SLM(NLE1SER&C0 Ltd:  WKmMXPBssxa������&mmmww.  mimmmmmwrmmmmmmmwm  P    FRESH SUPPLY OF-  i lai. Mutton, Pofk. Veal and Beet 1  g   WE  HAVE  ON  HAND  SOME VERY-NICE-  ^ ROLLUO GOWNED BEIZF  13 I-2C. LF5.  ^  | A. HOWE I  ^ MEAT   MARKET 3  l imr**^.?" -4  SCREEN DOORS  Wc  f.-^r all sizes in Screen Doors, complete with  Hinges, Etc, Fir  rimn r���������r-*r*M~iiii >imii~���������mriM  $1.50     EACH  Minard's Liniment cures  Cold,   etc.      Minard's   Liniment cures   Diphtheria  ^wvwyw^wwyw^w^mv^ mm imm vm-  hiiiuc-inaile Chiu.lv, lea, eoEie-r., cake,  etc .c'.ih' oT woik, all soils of piet-  tv. useful .uul orAimenlial things Th������  ( ltv'Baiul has hiiullv consenlcd to tjo  pie-cnl       Commencing  at fi   o'clock  WA\TED��������� C^masser familial wilh  (lie city Apply m pcison t0 Lril-  gd Office.  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITEQ  ���������i i in !������������������ ���������������������������������������������!��������� n im     niiii1     M   ii'        i    iii i i nu h  MODEST CLAIMS  OFTEN  CARRY   MOST   CONVIC'ITON  When MaMin. the famous gun iu-  \enLor, plated his gun hefoie a com  mittee of judges, he stated its carrying power to be much below what  he felt- sure the gun woultl accomplish. The result of the trial was  therefore a great surprise, instead of  disappointment. It is the same-with  the manufacturers of Chamberlain's.  Colic, Cholera and 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 thai,  it will possibly cure diarrhoea, dysentery, pains in the stomach and liow  els' aud has never "jecn known to fa-iL'  For sab: by The Ladysmith Pharmacy.  MEN'S WHITE, CANVAS SHOES  REGULAR 2.25, ..NOW $1.45 PER PAIR  MEN'S S1R4P CANVAS SHOES  TO CLEAR..:    $1.45 PER PAIR  S\S ORfSS ���������NtaKii-E SHIRTS  REGULAR 1.25 & *l,50 NO\*r 95c. EACH  Hit; A'ssor'tnieiit to  choose from.    See Our Window.   ,/VIR & ADAM  Gel Your   SUNDAY EXAMINER  HEW YOBK WORLD   AND   NEW YORK JOURNAL  ���������AT���������  S  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'  t  ��������� ������������������������������������**���������������������������������������������*������������������.������������������������������������..���������..#**������������������������������������,.  ..���������������..������.-*���������������..���������������..���������������  ���������������������������*���������������������������������������������.���������������������������. m.*m ,.Q..m..  t  Ask for Capital and Nugget t'igara  Pioneer Sottlin? Ms  I  1st. Avenue, laiiysniitli, S. C |  1.1. taming Prop, j  ATANUFAOTURHR OK      |  Carbonated, Beverages,    ,       |  (linger   15 e'er       \  ���������    t  Pruit Syrups |  P.   O.   Box   248        '     j  ..���������..���������..���������..���������..������������������.���������.���������*'���������������������������.���������������.���������������������������������������������������������������..������������������������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������������������������<���������.������..<������������������������������������  W, Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  C'  FIRST AVENUE.  ���������Milts     Made to  Order lo Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  H HTMHff.TWW^������l fcHil "tl'Wiffmr MIT'lir" !��������� '1 ' .-ni-'-iT"- if-.TTTTiT VTlTi  1  1  BARGAINS���������BARGAINS  ii  Watches,   Clocks,  RiLeiwuu',   U-welry & t'anci   (Soods   of all dobcriptions  all are to be cleared "at n Great Reduction lo nialcL- room, for liewsbipineiils  0������r j^WREHCi iaUHTAlH Ptll al $1.00 is a Snap  B. FORCIMriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician t  i.^je&e*rxm)tsxe!s?im '"-agdaa.ai^i-ia'i-i'ait*^'^^ ���������s^ai^r������fe*s^a������a^-^,aac^"y^"c-ss,-,.  ^tmfimmakmmutmmuuMUia  *  ��������� a������������a-������6������'������'������������������>������������������������������'9������������������* ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  FOR TO-OAY  Lamb, Mutton,  Beef and Veal  A Carload 0f Prime Beef Cattle just received   from    Ashcroft.  G.  PAN NELL  GAT ACRE ST.        LADYSMITH  I���������*~r  -  eoe������tt������9o������9 0-9^oce9^9O99 eeeo**-*** 6-960$ ft ^ftooe***  PICTURE  FRAMES  anil  latest  Patterns anil   Finishes  in  FRAME MOULDINGS.  ,-' -*- -������������������"'������������������ .-���������������  PLAQUES,  "���������.'-*������������������*.'������������������,  ;WALL  PACKETS.  -%������������������'������������������������%���������'������������������������������  Pictures���������British and German.  Bevel  Plate Mirrors.  ��������� ���������%- W ������������������% -%-  Pa������se Par lout Picture Binding in  all colors. Just arrived from the  factory in the East,,  "**.���������*.���������%���������%.'  Picture Framinir Neatly done at  H    KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  ���������������������������. . ���������  !  Granite and Marble Works  ?  Granite :uul Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest prices : consistent  wiih liist, class slock and  ���������workmanship. ''rite - for  catalogue.  A.   STEWA'RT,     ,  148 Yates'St.'.Victoiia B.C  m  ������  ��������� l������������l*MM>ltMMMII}������  Smoke n Big  B Cigar.  1  i-ave just received a shipment of  Mills'   High Uratle  .1NGIISII TOBACCOS  CJGARfllFS-  at the���������-  DR UG  STORE


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