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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jul 26, 1906

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 Jl,   .    -     , ' - -    I  .      -  Daily Ledger  ISB  PRICE FIVE CENTS  ������ KflTIl  /; j  A BRILLIANT  SUCCESS  Nanaimo, B.C., July 2(1.���������  The capacity .of lhe Presbyterian  [church last night was taxed to the  luttmost limit to accomodate thc  [largo and representative crowd1 whicty  Inssombled ' to participate in tho  [Sixth. Annual Recital of Prof. Ar-  [nold's pupils. . The programme -was  [carried , out as pre\ iously announced  [in this paper. The public of Na-  Inaimo and especially the 'music  ���������loving portion of the 'community always "expect / a ��������� musical - treat  Ion this occasion.    They ceitainly ex-  WILL PURCHASE  PROPERTY IN  t  Mr. J.' Dunbar,was in tlie city yesterday Willie a v ew to purchasing  some leal estate here, and has cu-  beied into negotiations with a 'pto-  poi ty owner on East A\enuc ior thc  ljutcha.se of Int. property. Mr. Dunbar leporls that he Iik������ the looks  ol the city, ana predicts a bnghHu  turc "foi i-adysiiliiUi. '"ihe trouble  is," said An, Dunbar, '"in the , past  theie has not been sulhcient r eiwtgy  displayed by the residents m sonic  cases, but as the town grows, con-  iidcnce will -be ins lulled and you will  see u.1 busy    little   city here    before  LP. P.  IN A NEW  k^m ENTERPRISE  Medicine Hat, July 26.���������The Uata-  dian Pacific Itailway Company .s  slatting at this point one of the  gteatest tinuVrtakings in wqsteini Canada. Tlie tomt>auy ,will make a test  to ascertain whether or not there is  oil underlying the natural gas held.  "Where ttieie is gas there is oil,"  uppcais to lie the assumption, and  in ed km ne Hat people hope that    the  INQUEST OVER  rgp nirirhMirn ^  JUL 28 1906  ^  !S  I  MUFD  -%***-  The he^rino ft( ti,e     inquest at   S.  room.    Witness then produced   what  was   a appeared to be  Blood Stained tlanderchief  Wellington    this    afternoon  lengthy  one,  and    in all  prolyl ility  will not ���������'reach a conclusion until  to  [���������      > v  nioriow* 4ftcriiocii, when the juiy will  I ling an; a  \cubit.  Al two o'clock tin,, aftein, ion Coi-  oner Dav)is  called  the court  to     oi-  which he stated he had found upon  the pei son of the piisonei aftei his  atrcsi. The luudkerchiel was stained a i eddish color in some spots,  with the largest slain in tlie cente  On one   coiner,    too,     were smaller  der, and' read out  the names   of tho  raihva'y" company'    w"iir'be~able "to  Jurv' wbicu ll0 "llad empanacllcd   on stains,       lieiore   leawngfthe stand,  prove the truth of this maxim. Last l^t-"'^   Aiwiiioon  last  to' ei.^ue the witness was asked by thc brother-    oi  the niutdeied girl if any     marks  prove  uic nuwi ui una iuu*uu. L>as������ i      "r-  week" nine carloads oi drilling, mach- ,������������"> ������*?&������!������"* 0l lhc d<iath oi, iUal>  ineiy arrived1 at Medicine Hat, cou- Jaiie PaHon> who was "������"������*������<*1 r'u  usting of a modern cable-rigged drib .Sou.** Wellington    that day.    'J hose  ling outnt   < and. drill pipes "of   vari-|^swcri������6 ,���������l_0     the     roll-tall  weie.  ous  unique in    its can all be'remedied in tune,  and   1  Assisted   by" talent like   Mr. [ do  not think    "lhe tune is far   dis-  lunnecessary    to      give   a.resume   of  San Francisco,. July 20.���������The slea-  j i***. *--������-i**>-  each individual number. As the pro. mer .Krincis II.  Loggett, armed to-  jramme   unfolded     irseU  from,    '.the<'<>>' fl"'������ '������������ OoliumWa mti .with an  Srst   steps of pupils hardly  tall  en-' ������������nniense log raft   in tow.   "fhe.iait  lougk   to reach   up to the keys      ^contained S',000,000,   feet- of. lumbei.  |the piano'up  to the finished  parlor-.and 'lb ������������ade up entuely of piles.    It  ,        ���������     ,       c,       , , ' is  one   ot      thc   Jaigest  ever .lowed  ance  of  a   Harden   Symphony     it ,.,..���������, -    "  ;    , down the coast,  but the voyage was  a,ue apparent to everybody , pre- e  ^   &ij.   davg   ^  wilhma    m^  ent that there was a  most   rentailv-' ( "  ble   manifestation   of intelligent tui     ohaill0ll   mto  a ^cigar-shaped  cradle  ion   as     demonstrated   by talented I tJuj Jogs  maje a  laft  ^ fe6t ]���������������������������_  moils..   'The audience enjoyed.      to ,,{Lv_fnle leet/    in   beam and 20   Icel  ljudges by their'marks-of appreciation deep<^ - ;      -       -;;    LLjjJ  levery item and some of the numbers  ���������enthused������������������ them to ia'pitch seldom ex  Iperienced oii an occasion of this1  [kind. When Masfer I^eo Mnhrer finish  led his number "Idjlle" by Kjerulf,  [he had to come out and adviiowled-  Ige     the     vociferous   demands  of the  audience again and again lie could  I not respond to an encore as its a-  [gainst  the    rules   of  these  musicales  to allow   any pupil to  do so.    When  so    much     good     was' presented   it  would  be   superflous      to   enumerate  the    different       items.      Thc      violin  solos by Mr. Owen were rendered m  [ a highly  artistic manner,   especially  tho Reverie of Vieuxtemps, every'note  as it came   from the string's  b.\      .a  niasterhand   found its  echo  in      the  hearts of the listening- multitude and  TIRED OF  HIS JOB  diameters.    The drill is a   mod-   *'������������������"������������!> ������raneis'  Brcnnan,  J, Hall-  one and is capable of last work   ������fan. "���������} AichiUld, A. Ucdftey,'    F.  long.   Outside neports ��������� are very   lav-  Ipressed   no feeling of diappointmenl,    Jitrjleab  Jal as the payi oil,, quality  las this, year's recital  was not. , only I ol   c(Xilj 11,iuetji    ^tc^   are concerned, " eui  <hik auu  is capMuit: oi imi w������ui,-;- ���������      * ���������  jup" to the high'standard' set ^>tijljlll L must confess'it is a little dis- -���������"' "" ������-������ ih������ <"������������������������������������������ ������������ahi������-ri������i "*������ Murne aiid E. Evans  jprebious occasions, but through a'appointing for a stranger lo come  lfortunate combination of circuinstan bore and see the numiber oi stumps  Ices surpassed them. Per se the sticking out oi the ground in some  ���������recital cfrom_. a purely educational J of the main street*.. However, thih  Istandpoint stands  ���������class  )wen,   the  gifted, Violinist  the     nc-'tant."  Icasion   becomes a musical   event.     |        - ��������� -���������,f  The  programme  as    set   in     black'DIG   RAFT MAKES -  ���������type   does not convey an idea   of the I .TRIP IN SAFETY  lactual   performance.    It   is       almost  iiad been found' upon the prisoner.  tv'itiiess replied that there had. What  appealed to be three scratches were  waihle on the back of tlie left hand,  The jury not haying any /qjuestions t0  abk, the witness retired..  Dr. ubrieu & bvideuce  and will be   the first cable-rig    to  work in     this   laid.      The greatest '   'J������ pn������on������,    Robert Stiles   i������ca-  depth reachod   in this Held is    "Lulu ' tueisione,     occupied a seat at,   tlie     Dr. Oilman was the next   wiUiess  leet,   where    there  is a  tremendous j'ear ^ >he couU l00"'' alul was vhe  lo takc tile stand-   lie also describ-  'Uow'-bf natural gas.       The company iteaU<5  ������>l  ail e>'es  wuen  tlie  1������Wucsi ed the position ot the body asithad  will     go,-if    necessary,    2,500  fce't ,������i)<-,,lt>'d-^ Wmle  h0  lud  not lung     lo'appeared     when  .he was suiuimt^ied.  deeper/     The   test should certainly ! sav������ ue I waS>  as could  be plainly  ascertain what,is'down -below, and  the lestilt of the test, if oil is found  will mean as much; to Medicine Hat  as the great gas find oi a few years  ago. The town, is much pleased to  have the C.P.R. interested in the  woilc, which^ will be in charge ioi  Eugone t'oste, au engineer of repute,  while the dulling, will be in    charge  seen, much concerned with what was  taking place, and as witness afiei  witnessf was called, the pnsonci  would iretquently wet his diy lips,  and nervously tap ou the bench wiln  hii lingers in a maimer which .showed plainly Uiat he rcali/cd at Ust  the seriousuess ol the change against  him, and  liuoughout Uic whole Iw.Vr-  of Mr.  Ounter,  wlw'has  been, doing J1UK ^v.^i eiciy detail ol tlie evi  -*-4>-a>-  Taconia, July 26.���������- Quarberariajster  Seigeant Ootids, N of Company A,  Twenty-seiond inlantiy, in camp at,  American - la Lie, committed suicide  yesterday afternoon, by diowiung lum  self ia the lake. The body (has been  recovered and, will, be burned hy mem  hers  of the company.  Dodds left a note to Capt. Isaac  Newell, ,0-f the company, statlmfc, Hfiat  he was tired of his* job,^and libit Le-  ing able to get anyone to take his  place he had  decided   to  put himself  the gas drilling at Edmonton. _ Both  gentlemen .weie in town on Saturday. Ahout a year and a half ago  Alt. Coste made a test of the, gas  well at the west end of the . town.-  Alayor Forster, 0n behalf^c-f the city  suggested to Mr. Coste that one of  the shallow gas wells, 700 feet deep,  was at his disposal ii he considered  it,any advantage to use that much  *WiLnS'..;. Uc cousideis, however,  Mint it will be necessary to start  drilling a 11-inch hole and work  down smaller tioin that diameter.  The well .will be drilled on- - Bulkhead- Creek, about three miles from  Medicine Hat.  deuce.  1'iOMi.c.al ������. oat,la.|jlc Luxe, Stcpht'i .  | boil Hii.-!   tue liihl witness lu   ta^c H.o  .suum, .V'.ki   saiU-   un ^laikinday aiici  His description was identical with  that ot the preceding witness, with  the exception that he described two  pojl. of blood a% the head of the  Mctnn, winch had apparently been  w iped up by the murderer after. the  ciiine. Dr. O'Drian gave a anlnuttf  di&cuption ol the dillereiit wounds  caused by reioher bullets. He staU  ed that, any one ,oi them, would have  caused death almost instantly. Witness thought the iiist shot had been  bred into the girl's side, followed by-  one in the toiehead, The latter in  Mil* wilntfbses' opinion, was bred on  a- level with the head, and witinn a  noon,  1.1st,    uj-on itccipt ui a ' icle-  lew     inches ot  tbe mark.     Another  j/iione'iiics.^a^c noiii ������>outli V.clung  ion, i^at, o:u.e puxcedcu Here uoiu  isauauiio and luiuul JU.u) jaw1 u.il  ion IK'ad, with a nuilet woiuui in liei  loieueau,  o<ic u>ui   Uic  leu c.a,    .nut  builet had entered just behind tlie  cat. Upon making a careful autopsy in Nanaimo, Dr. O'Brian slated  that lie cou hi nnd no evidence tending  to show that  rape had been com  of the prisoner, accompanied by two  other men, and talicn out the .revolver, which was lying on the table.  He had taken same and afterwards  turned it over to Constable Stephen  son.  Gcfo. Evans wras the next witness.  He had accompanied Nicholas when  getting the gun, and meiely confirmed previous witness' statd^tient in  this ledpect. Fie had, however, opened the revolver, and saw what he  called njoiwder smoke still in the bar- '  rcl. He thought the gun had been  fired very recently. Upon cross-examination, he explained that what'he"  meant by powder smoke,, was burnt  powder adhering to the barrel.  Had Killed a Man  Mrs. Lillie Graham gave what was  perhaps,    the most sensational    evidence of the day.     She stated that  the "sawyer" had come to her   goi-  cery store about 7.30 in the morning  and asked for a drink. He tdadsplayed  a revolver, and staled" that he   ���������was  going back tp tbe States shortly. He  had, he said, killed a man over therte  a while ago, but he thought he would  go back again. Prisoner Jiad followed  watness from the store ho, the kitchen '  and back several times ,as she was doing her work,, talking most of      the  time as though he did not know what  he was saying. He also came to    the  store about 12 o'clock and again   at  four  in the afternoon, upon neither of  the latter occasion's,  however,  speaking.  *3������������;-~ en Directed to House  H. Godfrey sworn, said that      at  about ten minutes to one on Satur-  MOTOR BOAT  FOR THE YUKON  anoiiitr    Uuo.igh -   the  Lo.iy.;r--,An.sk Jimttwl.     VWih the exception ol    the^day~he was going to work when   he  .tieMing tue uoj> J at once proceeded to a small bolisc, whuc it was  thoiigiil that the ptisonu-i had Liken  leluge and attest.d' Kobeii I'lCuWiei.-  stoiiia. Upon eiiteiiiig thc ia.(Ui in  winch the piit,onet was, i tanl. "i  an est you  tot  mm del."  ' i������oi   in in der  in   the  lusL   dcgieu?"  uueiicd  the pu&ouci.  "les,"   i  lepiicd,   and   then     g.ue  him   the  cusloniai)   tanuoii,   warning  lum     that      anything    he  might say  Seattle,    July    2������.r-Lying lu   the would  be  ust-d    in    evidence  ugaiusi  sticain    just    4>ack of thc Camp|bell   lll,u ^ llKS llUl1     llc ^ta-tsd  Hut he  bullet wounds,  tlte body  and  organs   was joined   by Featherstoae.  Latter  weie all in normal condition.      One  had talked some ahout leading     the  as the last notes expired like the out ^of thc way. 'With a companion  breath of a pure memory, for a mo- he staited lisning yesterday aftci-  ment there was silence and then the]noon. \Uien neat the lake he sent his  applause broke forth, whirh could'companion back to camp on an ei-  not be suppressed till Mr. Owen re- mud and' then huiiyuig forwaid, lie  responded    with   an  encore,   another 'jumped into   the Lite.  The'  gem,  the    Cavatinn   by Ralf.  second       numjjee,     'JPoct and Peasant,"      closed the      piogramme  for     tho       evening      and    left     the  crowd    in   spite  of   the  many    numbers presented,  looking  for moie.  Mr. Arnold for tlie first t ine since  he inaugurated these musical lesti-  vals appeared as a soloist. His rendition of tlie ���������Wagner-Lis/.t/trnnscrip  tion.'of \Lohengrin was a revelation,  not only displaying n. marvelous tech  ifiq.uc, but also '. a-innstorly grasp  of the musical possibilities . of this  clief   d'ocuvre.       .  He had to respond to an onthus-  Jastic recall and delighted "everybody present with a dainty and poot  ic rendition of Thome's Tllusions. A  feature of the evening: was the. beau  tiful floral decorations I he prosco'en-  ium presenting an enchanting appearance the plants and flowers having  been arranged iii a harmonious effec-  'manner...' The tons enscumblo, good  music, beautiful girls, appreciative  eiudience, certainly there is nothing  more' to be desired'nnd. great credit  is due to Prof. Arnold, not only as  a musician,, but as nri organi^er and  teacher.  PREDICT  BAD LUCK  Seattle fishermen just returned  from lh<j. halibut banks off the north  efn end of Vancouver Island report  that for a distance of about twenty  miles.tho water on the Pacific has  the appearance of being blood rod,  and rnMay fishermen   say that to passfc  INVIT ES IN SP ECT1 ON  Thc Paciuc-Ameiicjii Fisheries with  i headiiiuuters and (lieu cannery at  Bellinyhaiii, has issued invitations to  tlie jobbeis ot thc .United States, te-  'questing them to spend their vacation, oi at least  paiL of it, at Bel  Bioih,c<is' engine works is one of thc  newest models ol motor boat that  has been patented.     It has been ud-  uudeistood the meaning oi the caution, aud as^ed the name ol i tho \ ic-  tiui.     Upon  Leing   told,  he said   that  opted by    the   government and was ' he had -iie\er heard it betoie."  invented and  made  by   John Twlgg,      Witness- then   went  on   to   dcscn.be  of Jiihu Twigg & Son's plant, at  Sau Francisco, and is to lie taken  iioith by G. F. Lewis, a well 'luiiown  engimieer and boat builder of the California city. The boat will be used  in carrying Lnited States mail on  the Yukon River 'between Tamana and  Eagle City, and will ibe shipped on  Thursday on tlie steamship licrtha.  The little craft is made for speed  and to secure this the builder has  constructed her with a. double bottom,  one being like  a canoe and the  lingliam,  where  they will  be   shown othc1'  a .protecting shell, giving   her  -through    the   cannery and have ox- si,oetl a1*1 f the^samet.mc strength  plained to  then the process of ��������� can- Mr-  Lcwis  Says tJia* fif^n m<yi can  ning  salmon.    "The Racine-American ,bc P^ced on-^her side without   mov-  Fisheries,". says  the  invitation,   'in- *"&**������ cra{t-     Thc 'boat Incapable  vites  vou  to  visit  its cannery  moL'c of making 18 miles an hour, but .her  particularly   because it.is one  of the sP������������������ is lessened.by  a     heavy    shoe  largest'.in the world,'having'a-capa-  whieh  is  fastened to her stern.   The  citv  of 10,000    cases .per, <lav, . four   canoe-shaped section   of  the boat   is  do/eu   cans   to    the case, and there-. ������i|y. two feet wide,  and carries   all  fore afford ing in  point of 'magnitude .o������ lhe '"adunery.  a sight    tliat    wilt ileave a   lasting  REMARRIAGES,. \M  the position ol the bodj at some  length. He had found it I) ing in  what he teimcd th������ kitchen, withi tliu  feet towaids the lounge and t-hc head  towards the is>lo\c, Thc aims weie  outstietched fiom the bodj, Se\eial  mats upon the floor weie in a disoi-  dciod condition as th)r<ugh a scullle  had taken plaoe. The wrists veio  discolored as from bnascs, especially the left wrist.  Day befote yesterday witness stated that he had leeched an empty  shell irom John Godfrey, which latter had found 'o'n E. & N., forty-  live yards frojn the crossing towaids  the Dalton house. Witness had himself picked up another' cartridge 25  yards from the crossing towards thc  Dalton house. Witness next produced a bullet .which had ,been found in  the pantry of the Dalton house and  which had apparently come from a  .:*8 calibre revolver. The latter was  also produced, and is  a live-chamber,  bullet he had iound in the base ol  the skull, which had apparently tra-  \cised downward and loagea at the  back of the neck. While the bullet  was damaged- by contact with the  hard substance ol the skull, still it  plainly showed the grtovies received  in iea\iuig the bairel of lhe pistol.  I pou being shown the ic^lver which  was foimd ,iii Fcabneistone's room,  witness was ot the opuuoii that the  giooieis. u'i siime coi respond iwA'ih  those upon the bullet found in the  \ ictini ol the tiagedy. ,  in teply to a question from the  coioiiei, witness stated that he had  seen lhe handkei chief produced pre-  \ iously, and was of the opinion nnat  the stains upon it weie ildood. It was  impossible without a moie thorough  e\ituuuation, to say "hether they  weie stains oi human ib-^od or not.  Witness was also asked to give opinion of scratches upon the hand of  the prisoner, but stated that he did  not wish to be emphatic upon that  jioint. Thoj looked to him as though  causud by sciatches from a woman's?  Iingei nails, although they were,-perhaps lathct wide apart ior this conclusion. He had examined carefully  the finger-nails of the murdered girl,  but had found nothing.  Mis. Nicholas Afiaid  Win. Nicholas testified that prisoner had been boarding at his house  for some weeks. On the day of Hie  murder witness had eaten dinner with  the prisoner, \yhen some conversation  aro^e' over the latter carrying a revolver, prisoner was .not dlrunk at  the. time.     During the course of tho  ;*!��������� steel  colored  revolver,   which  several   dinner, Alary Jane Dalton had   come  thousands' of salmon writliiiig and  squirming in one trap at the same  time, and a hundred thousand, perchance, from sundry traps assemib-leil  on one floor.. awaiting tlie swift experience that constitutes the process  of canning?'"    ������������������ ���������' '  .'"f account for it on monetary rather than o:* sf-ntiiniental groundsl  Widows remarry qftcnert than- widowers because they need help more  than widowers. They are alone; they  may have a child or two and all the  money they can call their own is a  life insurance policy, for $1200 or  $1500.  "So they remarry.    They   remarry  speedily.   With unuch wisdom aoqjuired  through the   area* of red   would bring,  them  bad  luck.  Other  fishermen,       also   said      that  there   is bad luclc   coming for . some|froni 'their  first    marital  experience,  one.     Just  turned  know.    Capt. Odsen, who  -command-'man   lo  let them float upon a     sec-  ed the   Ilshing steamer Snu Juan dur  ond   matrimonial voyage.  most apt to remain  have children.     Eight  theory'out of  ten-of the widowers whom   I  at       what, has    apparently ''tliey have no difficulty in iier^uading  ho  wntor rod    they   do   iwtjsonie    i>rospero.us and steady    young  ;!apt. Odsen,  who  -commnnd- man   to   let them  V'-L     eel tlie ilshing steamer Snu Juan dur ond matrimonial ,v<  ing the absence of. Capt. Weeding) | "Widowers are m  savs.  that .he raw the red colored wiv   single   if  they   have  say  ter  for its existence.  but   could   advance no  I remarry are childless men,"'  prisoner's room. Tho empty shells  produced by witness fitted' the revolver. Referring, back to the arrest  of the prisoner, wrtwss related  what had occurred immediately after prisoner had'-stated that ho. had  not carried the revolved that afternoon, and "said: "Here it is on the  table," taking 'Witness back to tbe  other end of the room with him.  Upon reaching the table, however,  prisoner exclaimed, "Why, someone  has taken it." Witness had then examined tahlo and- behind a picture  had   found   five loaded  shells,    which  town, saying he thought he was going to be fired. Upon nearing the  crossing he had stated .that he wanted  to say good-bye to "Old Man Dalton," and asked where he lived. Witness had pointed out the house,- to hint  and prisoner left, going n the direction of the Dalton  residence.  Mrs Davis testified that she had  heard two shots fired a) put one o-  clock on Saturday. Just previous to  this, about live minutes, she had seen  prisoner pass, going in the direotirjji  Dal ton's house, A little later she  had seen him return, carrying a rule  in his hand. She had not noticed  that he apprared excited upon either  occasion  Mts. Geo Bertram had ah^o ��������� besn  visited by prisoner upon day of tragedy. Prisoner had opened her door  in the morning and asked if the  master of the house ws* in. Upon  heing told no, he left. Witness had  heard tiwo shots fired about 1 o'clock  At .3.45 she saw prisoner coniu:^ towards her house, and locked the soor  as she was afraid he would c; -oer  again.  Mv C. C. Muir testified tint pils-  o;ier had called, at his office aliott  8:30,, and asked about'some u ,. ��������� .-.  which was to be cut. During tho  conversation, prisoner had drawn a  revolver, which witness idientiflcd as  same produced .in court, and flourished it about in the air. He tsaid he  always carried it as protection  against Jans and Chinamen. Witness had seen prisoner again at two  o'clock as the. latter was passing the  ollice. Witness called him in and  talked to him regarding lumber. Lat  ter had talked intelligently upon tho  subject. During the course of tlie  conversation, prisoner had remarked  that he had heard old man Daltom  at and his daughter having a racKtt  fore down ttie roart> Witness had paid  a wwiidow which prisoner was facing no attention to this statement a'', he  Witness had heard of the murder *ime. but had thouSht of it later on.  about 1:45, and immediately rushed Mr- Mcintosh had heard ilvee  home to see if his wife was all shots al)������ut one ������ clocJc'  right. Asked why he had thought tw0 liad ftecn fired in V'J* *���������  something might be wrong,at, home, fi���������. ^idle^^.^^ ^J*������������������,  witness replied that he had .been talk  The first  ces-  ing with his wife that day. She had  told witness that, thc prisoner mupt*  leave the house, or else she would.  Slue had seen him flourishing a revolver, and was afraid of him-. In  fact, Nhe had left the house in the  forenoon, .and had visited a neighbor to keep  out of his  way.     Wit>  fitted  the gun.     Under tho  bed     he  ness   had  left the hoi se aboti     1.45  had   also  found  a valise,   in     which'accompanied by    prisoner, who-    left  were seveeal more) shells. The empty shells near the track corresponded with the loaded.ones in prisoner's  him in the vicinity of Grame's store.  Upon reaching home, after the murder, witness had gone into the   room  before the last shot. He had  thought nothing of it at the" time,  however. Witness is time-k^ep sr ft.  the mills, and stated that Feather-  stone had began work (here .>n June  8th.  After hearing one or two more wit.  nesses the inquest was adjourned until 7:3ft tomoriow eveninc;. fly this  time  the  sf<iiur:rn" lr i   ",n   ':���������������������������.-..!������������������>.-  notes    Irnii-^criii-d  for tin- jury.  Mi.  R.   Si-'",!.*���������  the interest   'd  : br  ,.,UI   ������������������.,   ,....-:.  ���������f-n.''-J   ��������� -d--  ���������   ''������������������r-npr. i-xSMrtiUi* jWatfi-u*.'* td^-JJ.fa)W^4*g*^*.U"^.-. .anAO J.TJJljbf.f. j jTUt  g^-uT ��������� .m^-w r^T^m^j^-^'^'^  7������yiPF������ft*M'r*- **fTb  ^s^ns^^ssssf^m&ts^ss  ss&^mmmm������.  iSSH  <rf>*w*j^^^T^^������^^gg^^S  1/  J1'  -i  i  ;r  :?���������  if  t.v  1  ���������A  w>  y -  1  [>ti  1^  ^  ^  %  yv r-  THE LID YSMITH ,'DAILYLBDGrKR  THE DAILY LEDGER  rubltrtw*   every   day   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  THE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  .  One Year (in advance) $5.00  One Month  ~ ... -  50 cents  THURSDAY  JULY  26,  190G  i  ���������  ' The':  |MINES<S  SILVER CUP FOR  BATTLESHIP DOMINION  London July 25.���������������������������At Portsmouth  on Friday next thc handsome silver.  centrepiece purchased by subscriptions of Anglo Canadians in "London will be presented to the battleship Dominion. Tho cost wns ������.">r>0  It was designed to represent Canadian resources. A' number oi tin-  subscribers will   go down    to see  the  presentation,  which  will bo innd/>    by  i  Lady   Stratchona     or  her   daughter.  The  guests  will     be  entertained      on  board.     The ship will lie open for in'  '  spection.      "  Discussing< the King's decision in  regard to the invitation to visit  Canada the Outlook says: "Thc tlif  Acuities in thc way of a visit. lo  Canada have been exaggerated. For  the first time the mother country  had the power to take a stop of  real importance in -the development  of imperial unit5\ The other colonics   would have been   satisfied to  bo  , represented by Canada. In according such a visit of tbe crown as a  national    recognition    the  issues    in-  ��������� volved were so vast that nothing  should have stood in "their way, except for reasons far weightier than  given  in Lord  Elgin's  despatch.  The Spectator hopes that at a  future date His Majesty will be nlilo  to visit a country of pre-eminent, loyalty, whicli by actual achievement'  and. the splendor of ill destiny is  regarded as thc first -among the alii  ed nations   of thc empire.  Recognizing  the  necessity    for    the  '    presence of thc   King at home   nov,  the  Statist  urges   a change   in    His  Majesty's  duties,  giving  more     freedom in the future.  The Yorkshire Post publishes the  new Canadian immigration law. In  an-editorial comment it says the  law might have been enacted in some  /quite alien country, instead of a part  of the empire. Canada is perfectly  right to set barriers agaiust undesirable aliens. It is a different matter, it says, to have the same right  against undesirable persons of the  same race, and protests against the  Idea that this country, which bears  the naval expenses of the empire,  has no right outside of England.  ���������At the Birmingham distress committee. Alderman Barrow- suggested;  to the distress committees that they  establish an agency in Canada, to  look after arriving immigrants.  Major R. G. Turning of Gul-  marg, 'ICoshmar, writing to the Out  look points out that comity of race  language and interest between Canada and the United States is rendcr-  * ing annexation not improbable. Ho  calls on England to wake up or  the empire will slip from her grasp  jHe advocates closer   commercial ties-.  % Every good dealer carries this  $ boot.    Take no substitute.  | MENS'' KIP' WHOLE  S BACK BOOTS -  tj Have double sole   and   slip,  fj Hungarian nailed and stan-  daul screw fastened,  or low cut.  high'  I  S  The   most   popular   miners'  |-      boot ever, turned out of a  1  First  Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD AND BARK FOR SALE AND , DELIVERED.  EXPRE SS WORK.  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66  LADYSMITH  .���������..���������..a..������"*.-������-������"������"  ���������������������������.���������a. .������..������..  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers arc requested to call at "the office     on  Roberts   Street  ������.  lav Water     Rotes, between the 10th    and the 25th of each nu.ntli.  Office Haurs i P.M. 4.80  I. ICELAND  SUPER IN 'PEN njgN.T!_j;  Light Teaming  Onleis With-  XPRESS  Wood'tind   Bark   for sale  W. CARTER.  Work  FIRST AVENUE  See  J.  KEMP,  or    leave  PHONE   ..������<i  Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Kailway  STEAMSHIP SCHEDULE  EFFECTIV-E JULY, 18.  S.S.  Sails from Ladysmitli for Vancouver every Tiipm1.iv at fi o'clock a.m.  Sails from ��������� Vancouver lot- Ladysmi th every   Mm day   and    Tuesday, at  1:30 p. m. ��������� -     "  ������������������������������������ "  Geo, L. Courtney..^.,.  '���������    '. , District, Passenger Agent  58 Government's!.., Victoria, B.C.  facto: y  SAVED HIS COMRADE'S LIFE.  "While returning from the.   Grand  Army     Encampment    at .Washington  comrade from Elgin; 111., was  tary education of the board  of  edu-  taken  ������ I cation has    ordered   the teachers to (in, a critical  P-h ladelphin has ' ideas'of its own  when it comes to the subject of education and alon-g the line of,- ,its  progress    the committee  on   clcmen-   City, a     .  ~ board  of  edu-  taken  with cholera morbus and   was  Mr.  refrain from using slang.  A wist' woman declared that she  1| would much prefer her child to associate for a year with a woman who  ustcd only coercet forms of speech,  and was fastidious in her choice of  words than|with one who simply'based her claims upon, the hi oh percentage made in examinations. Mathematics and science arc the least necessary dementis of the. education of"  the primary teacher. Women'of refinement of manner and speech should  be selected for -the youngest children  and should he'paid salaries that women of their tastes require. Other  hoards of education might do well to  consider   the    action   of    the    pllil~  0* ui m  I     Vancouver!  b.c ������  UOWEL COMPLAINT  IN   CHILDREN  Dining the summer m0nllis children  aie subject to disorders of the bowels which should receive careful attention, as soon'us the first uniiatiir-  i ' looseness of the bowels appears.  The best medicine iu use for,, bowel  complaint is . Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Dial rhoca Remedy as il Rtielphia board in this respect and \n-  piomptly controls any unnatural Sjs(, that teachers drop all slang  !,ha ness of the bowels.      For   salo jwm  their vocabularies,'al least   in  condition," tajs  J. E. Houghland, of Eldon, Iowa.  ���������'I gave him ChambeiIain's Colic,  Cholera aiid _Diarrhoea Remedy.- and  believe saved .his life. I have been  engaged for ten years in inwiiiLglation  work and conducted many parlies to  the isouih and west. ���������! always carry this remedy and have used'it'successfully on rmany .occasions." Sold  by Ladysmith -Pharmacy.'   -  <    <  1  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  the school  room.-���������St.  Louis  Democrat.  Globe-  I ."Dally  iin  5?  WIRE WOUNDS.  My. mare, a very valuable one, was  badly    bruised     and     cut by being  caught in a  wire fence.   Some of the  wounds  would not heal,  although   I  tried many different medicines.      Dr.  Bell advised   me to use MINARD'S  LINIMENT,    diluted at   first,   then    _  stronger as the sores began 1o  look | g  tq  better,  until after three weeks,    the ' ^  soxes have healed, and West of all  the  hair   is'.growing'well,   and   is .NOT  iWHITE as is. most always the case  in horse wounds.  F. M. DOUCET.  Weymouth.  I Low bxcursion  |        Rates    v  Ha  f. Round Trip.  *���������-,   Tickets 1  tont V^fe on  1 rains ^^  July 10 to 15.  Denver  August 7, 8,-9.  To       Milwaukee     $89.75  "or a cool, refreshing���������  BATH  During the.Summer  Months Call on ���������  THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Parlors,  etc.,     High  Street  Sunlight Soap Is better than other soaps, hut  s best when uscil in the Sunlight way.  Buy 34ii!i,:ht S.i.ip mid follow Directions  * " DAY SCHOOL '  Uiual .subjects taught; also -language", drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and walei colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes or' individually.  MISS BERTRAM,      Ladysmith, B.C  Union.made-Capital & Nugget Cigars  an  raff THE BIGStST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  on J, E,Smith  House' and Sign Paintei  Train? I  1 io  i  1  1  I?  Sent. 8, n,  10.  To Toioriiu $83,75  Aug. 7, S, 9.  Sept.' 8  &  10.  ALL  P   0 I NT S  For particulars' call on    or  write E. E. Blackwood, Gen-  N.P.,'-Portland, Ore-  Try Capital and Nuggei Cigar:  RAYMOND  & SONS  ���������Dealers  in���������  Lime,   Plaster Paris,    Brick,  Eire Briclc and  Vancouver is-  ''land cement.  3 Pandora St. Victoria B.C.  Ticket and-Freight ��������� Office,  75  Government Street.'  Transcontinental  Trains Daily ,  "  ' Tlie New Train '  ORIENTAL: limited  ' The Train of ." ]  Ease,   Elegance,  Excellence.  Every  mile  a jiicture,   and  no smoke to spoil the   view.  Through Compartment,   Observation and Pullman Sleep1  ers;   ' also    Through    Tourist  . Cars to Chicago. .   -       \- ,' *  . At antic Steamship Business, to Europe  is our Specialty -  i    Union    Terminals   with   all-  Steamer lines.  Berth  reservations  by  wirel  Great Northern S.S. Co.  FOR   JAPAN   AND CHINA.  , Steamships Minnesota ami Da-"  Icota sail' from Seattle for Japan    and China ports at   fre-  ' quenr dates.    , Exact    sailing  dates can' be secured upon ap-  plication to any Great Northern representative.  S. G.   YERKES,  A.G.P.A., Seattle, Wash.  E. R. STEPHEN, .       ,  j Gen:  Agent,  Victoria, B.C  t.  1 fl. j. ..EOT  ?2j NJR&ERIES, &SECDHOUSE&  S     ' . ������  2j}   Large Stock of Home  vfr - Fruit  and   Ornamental  Sj   how    matured for the  ������^   Trade.  fjjj  '   No expense,  loss *or delay  of fumigution or  inspection.'  'Headquarters  -for    Pacific  Coast grown Garden,  Field,   Q������>  and���������Flower Speds in season.   ������v*j  <St* r������ 5^  c^ Bee Supplies, ������pray Pumps g)  ig tfVhate Oil Soap, Greenhouse ������,  ^Plants, Cut Flowers, Bulbs ^  ^       For Fail Planting ������)  ie  ���������fate.  Wc do business on our own ^������  grounds���������no lent to pay and fafe  are    prepared    to-meet,, all iytj  compctiiioi. '" '��������� SR  Let me price your list be- J^  fore placing your order.  Catalogue Free.  S3-  S3  S3  S3  S3  . Dealer* In  Pianos   & Organs  Ladyairiltb, B.C  M. J. HENRY,  3oio  Westminster Road  VANCOUVEK  ^8?-  Plumbing and Tinsmithing  DONE   AT  ,    . ( i  Reasonable Prices  :  By-:   J. ANDERSON  Leave orders  at reterson's Furn -  ture Store, or- telephone No 55i.  Under New Alanagment  HOTEL WILSON  jus.' R. n-icKinneli, Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens'  headaaavters.  Modern  and      Strictly First  Clats.  Fire Prool    Buildiag.  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������-WHITE   COOK���������  and  ���������WHITE   L.ABOR   Employed Only  ���������s. . .   (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  HOTEL   DOMINION  ��������� Rates if 1.25 and.fl .50���������  Fro lo all steamboat  landings and  ������������������ailway depots. Electrician) every live  minutoa''to all parts of tho city. I'.ar  smd.table.unexcelled.  F. P.AYNKH, Pioprielor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, C. J  ' Best  accommodation  for   transient  And permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  dKte. Rates $L*0 a day and ap-  w\rds.  WM.  BEVERIDGE, Pro������.  ������������������fUMas* '*-���������: -������������������: =*-: '���������*-��������������� La4?imltli  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  I PURCHASERS AND SMELTbRS OF COPPER, QOLO AND  SILVER ORES.  i  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH,   B. C������.  HEAD OFFICE  | DUNCANS STATION.  %       Vancouver Island, B. G.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  General Manager.  t  *  *  *  +  ***+++++*++4'+*++4-l'++4'**+^*-f^'*>F*^'f-I'.f^-l-.I'^'l''f^T'-I"T''f'I''I'*+*  .���������..���������.^>������a..a.^..a.4.^.^"*-������.^.^.4..a..������"*..������"*..*..������. ������������������������.������..:���������������������������������������..������.���������������..������..������..  >.a..a..a..a.^..a.*a..a..a^a*  BAR SOrPUHD WViU BHi T  WINKS, WQUOUS. CIGAKS  FORD HOTEL  LADYSAIIIH,   .C  Good tables and good  Rooms  This  lintel  haa   been  completely       renovated.  Board aad loilgimg $1.00 per day.  si-"   PRETQRm  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  iTaTSupplied  with  the  Best, Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C..  Liquors and Cigars. j   >., j: '"''���������'.'���������  WM.  MUNSIE,  President    J. W.  COBURN, Managing Director.  Tclephane ���������!-().  The Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd,  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADV SMITH-*-, V**, %&9  Shingles a Specialty  MANUFACTURERS OF   Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS,   SHINGLES,  MO ULDING-S,      ETC,     of   the BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED     FLOORINGS      AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  i  *  *  }  ���������t  *  f  t  f  $  4  STOVES! STOVES!  we.are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  A!| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work v  Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Lcl  TELEPHONE 53 ' P. .0   Box 42.  "���������~a..a..������..a������a..*..������..*..  ..a..a..a..a������a. .*���������..���������������������������a"*..���������.���������a..*..a������a.���������������������������'������������������������������������"������������������.���������"���������"������������������.������������������������������������������������������a. ���������.������������������������e-  TH6 CITY m.MRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B. C#  PAINTING   AND   FAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done   -        -~- -  -���������                 -Orders  Promptly  Execute  S. ROEODING   ���������-"���������-.--   LADYSMITH  ^LADYSMITH TRANSFER STABLE }  PIANOS,      ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A    ND  SAFELY.  X  X  Stabled In the rear ol the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford  Leave orders at   the  A.    J    WASKETT, rj j j j nrsini i/ihiftcte  HDYSMITH , TEMPLE, No. 5.���������  Rathbone Sisters, meets in .the Odd  fellows'"Hall -every 2nd and 4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS., KATE TATE.  M. of R. & C.  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF  .' DRUIDS.  Wellington Grove, No. 4, .UjA.O.D.  .eets in the I.O.O'.F. Hall, ' Lady-  liith, the Second and Fourth Wral-  isdays of each mont-li, commencing  Wednesday, 13th, 1905.  ! Visiting Druirls are invited to at-  snd.    Bv Order  \VM. RAFTER, Rcc. Sec.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  ilLBERT  r-PffS j^^r-^acai^'AgBSStfrgtfilRSKaBW  Dr.R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work' guaranteed  and at rcason-  ' 'ahlu  rates.  RESIDENCE   AND  OFFICE  NEWS NOTES,  FROM NAN AW O  r     ~)  ,    f\  The annual general meeting oi the- 208. , This falling oft is du mainly  subscribers to the Nanaimo llospi- to the.fact that ^ery fe- outside  lai was held last night in the .Council patients are treated on .count ol  chamber, and' judging' by the 'largo [tWa. hbspital receiving j govern-  numbor present considerable interest ment grant for this ������ ol work  bus suddenly been   aroused In the   wol.   for the last year.  Gatacre St  Ladysmith  Open 'at all hours.  iMr^iSim^ulril- Bi*"  ,.im ifi*4 J^Ja*c-jn i<a*1lT*������i11 *3  Dr. Pier can be found at any time  i his office on Gatacre street. His  Mital.worlc Is guaranteed to bclirst-  ,ass, and rates reasonable. v  NOTICE.  From      this "date  the undersigned  'ill  not. be  responsible for  any  ln-  ebtcdness     Incurred except on      ���������������  iritten-oracr signed by the secretary  lowland, Machin.  V.  [.EXPLORATION <fe  DEVELOPMENT Cf,)., LTD. ,,  Ion Persona! Liability.  'letntla. B- U-. M*V  l������tb.   '"OS.  Ml. R. SIMPSON  Solicitor,  Etc.  Money  to   Loan  t.   Avenu*   -   -    -   LAOYSVIH  LADYSMITH jBAKliRY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    KREKII   OX HAND  'Wedding    Cakes  tfaile    lo  Order  FlIUITS    AMD    CANDIES  OF ALL  KINDS.    FRESH    BBEAD   EVERY    DAY  Prices    are     Very  Reasonable  Customers are  Treated  Alike.',  .     HOP   LEE A CO.  ON THE   8SPLANADE.  All  fare   and  workings  or the hospital.  Those present were Messrs. .1.  liootli, A. E. Pluiita, ��������� T. Kickson,  F. A. Peto, A. Henderson, 'J. Mc-  A'loney, ,lVni. Manson, "M. P. P., F.  Siiowden, .1. Gillespie, W. Willis,  .1. I'.uslilk'lil, W. Dh-lc, C. Van Hou-  len, C, Rawlinson, .1. AL Rudd* O.  Ruiullo, .Ins. Hoolh.lT. Hoycc, 1>.  Ale.v-iiinlni, W. Dick, si1., T. Graham.  A. It. Johnston. Dr. Davis, .1. Shawl  M. Iltny, -'J'. Mnhror, 11. Itcille, A.  Foriester, .1. Mullett, E- Uoskins'  W.  II.  Morion,   and S. Uough.  There were admitted to the Medical wards- iioZ eases, to the Surgical, ward 380 rases and 28 Maternity cases,  making a tola!  of "til.  There wove 117 major operations  and 145 minor operations performed  during the year making a total oi  2011.  Tho iiuinb.-r of pat i.-nt days were  J0,8'2'l, nnd a morlalily of ^'l d.-ntliii  (making a percentage of :J l"������ per.  cent. -Most of these cases weio incurable, not inking into consideration accidents.   I consider Ibis ,-i very  After the minutes of   I he   last    gen-   good  showing.  ���������c������������������t������������������*������"��������� i ftii I ���������������"  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEEN  101  IIONTREM.,  PORTLAND,  ,       And'tUe Principal mmlness Centers of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Itfaritime Provinces.;  I ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW ������������������ *"?.,,.  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For TIpiu Tiililun, ate, address  , ' CEO. W. VAUX,  Assistant flon'l I'asdenger nn.l Ticket Agnut  13C ADAMS ST., CHICAGO, ILL  Iffannfecturera of the Famous    I    b|CDPY $a  f������fl  CU3AN   BLOSSOC1 Ji   FIlCIUI   <&  UUi  None bu   Union Labor    Employed  H J- BOOTH, Prop  Paisley Dya Marks  Fancy Dyeing and' Cleaning.- Charg-  ;s reasonable, etc.    Work Guaranteed  Commercial St. ��������� Nanaimo, 8. C-  Mamifactuiers Of.���������   .   -   '  IRONCLAD,   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE DOT GOOD;  VICTORIA, B. G.  oral meeting hart been rend and adopted, the Auditor's report was read  and also the  Balance Sheet,   for   the  past year.   .  Iteceipts for" the year'ending Juno  30, L90GV totalled ������17,178.70 and  c.vpeiuliturc $17,135,87, leaving a bal  ance of cash on hand, July 1st of  $42.8.'.!.  The assets amounted to the tidy  total of ������23,083.11. while the liabilities   were nil.  [ Oh motion of Mr. W. H. Morton,  seconded by Mr. J- Mullctt tho report was adopted and ordered spread;  on  tho .minutes.  The report, of the Medical Officer  was read to the meeting and' is as  follows:  -Nanaimo. -B.   C,   July  20,  100,6.  To  tho President      .mcl Directors  of  The Nanaimo Hospital:  Gcnf lemen:��������� , '   -  [ have great pleasure .in presenting  to you the annual report of the.Nanaimo Hospital for the .fiscal year  ������mnng .Tune 30, 1906.  There were 761 patients treated  miring tho year, as against 969 thc  previous year,   making a  difference of  the  GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP  ������������������-   Miners'Drilling  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED  AT   SHORT   NOTICE.      DRILLS  SHARPENED  BY  US      ALWAYS   GIVE  SATISFACTION.   PICKS HANDLED A ND REPAIRED   -SHIP SMI THI N CT    IN      ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  Horseshoers and Genera1 Blacksmiths.  R. WRIGHT.  Buller Street ,-  -  Ladysmith, B C  ���������.h������������������i^���������^���������f+4������������������I���������^^���������4������������������+^^'!M^^^���������^'���������������������������^���������^���������^���������f-^-���������������������������^^'���������^������������������^������������������l���������^������������������^'  | ICE!     ICE!    ICEH  v WiLl be Delivered on Mondays,  Wednesdays.  l\ Fridays and Saturdays  ������ I Orders must be in  by  eleven o'clock  on  day of  Delivery, ���������{���������  ij Union  Btmim 60  .^ Limited  I nanaimo; b. c  4  '���������r-r 1  V v ������"������ *i~~r  OESKiNS  1   TRADE-MAflKS  iandcopyr.ght;  octaineo  JAOVICE AS TO PATENTABILiTY ������M  .'f Notice in ���������'Inventive Ago"      B I  > ilooli "How to obtain l'utouts" >   1   i Charges moderate, Nofeotil) patent issccur  [       Letters strintly conlMentml.   Addri.-ss,  l E. G. SIGCEnS. PMent Lawyer. Washington, D. f.  Synopsis  of Canadian  Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Dominion Lands  within the Railway Belt in British  Columbia,' may be_ homesteadod by  any person who is tlie sole head of  a family,'-or'any male-over e ghteen  years'of age, to the extent of one-  quarter section of ICO- acres, more  or less.  Entry must be made personally at  the local land office for thc district  in which the land is situate,  The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therc-  ,with under one of the following  plans:  (1) Ab least six months' residence^  upon and cultivation of tho land in  each year for three years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in thc vicinity of the land entered for, the    re  quirements as to residence may . be  satisfied by such person residing with  the father or.mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming .land owned by him in the vicinity of his home  stead, the ������������������requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said  land.  Six niontiie' notice in wriliiig  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention  to apply for patent.  Coal lands-may he purchased at $.10  per acre' for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,000.  pounds shall be collected on the  gross output.  W.   W.   CORY,  Deputy of  the Minister of Interior  Minard's Liniment cures Cold, etc.  M loii'inttp?  Thea b������ ������ur# yoar tickets rea*   ill  North Western Line  1       .-    i. I     I.:  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at. ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from tie Pacini  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, TF  FINEST TRAINS,  THE  LOWES"  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,  CH>  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT>  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete Information art 1'  local agent or write,  F. W: PARKER  General if������������ ���������  90 2a* Are.. Seattle.  Minard's   Liniment cures  Diphtheria  "GALEDOMAff  Leads Them , AM  IN  QUALITY  R.P/RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA/:���������: :-: ���������--���������  .-: :��������� B.C  W.  STI.ER.  ~\T>  EUEKAL hXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK   PROMPTLY  Df>v?.  Leave orders at the Ahhntstord.  iijpin in M������i in   !��������� I  p������iii|"iiiiiii rinnr  Keep  Minard's    Liniment    in     the  house.  BW9M  1 / : .'     GLOBES  When you want a Glass globe  sec that, you get tho globe j  -with the rubber ring on it,  as it is the only k,ind that  can keep the water out ��������� the'  glalnes without the rubjbler ring  cannot ' keep out water, you  can see that by examining  them. The artificial flower  that is put into the globes  with the rubber rings, is guiar  antced to be the best, and it  you want a' globe with a  Rubber Ring, call Jc Mrs. T.  X.   Jones, agent fo:  H������2NRY CREW  The only    place you can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C. for the  French Wreath Co., of London, Paris, Melbourne, S.A.,  Cor. ^omox Rd. & Milton St.  NANAIMO B.C.  Jn   tbe  maternity  Peparlment  mortality   was nil.  There have been a, great many innovations in thevhospital during the  past year, and one of the most important has been the inaugural ion of  a training school for nurses, which  was started last February under the  very able supervision of Miss. Fuller-.  who is doing excellent ..orl<. > The.  class atr tho present time comprises  thirteen'probationers, the course being three years before graduating.  ' The Board has gone to a great e -  penso in istalling an up to date ster  ilizing plant, so thut the operating  department is now pretty nearly  perfect.  I-again take this opportunity to  thank lhe Ladies Auxilaiy for valuable services rendered, and can  assure, them' that tbeyi have the sincere thanUs of tho Board and myself for the. accomplishment of woi'U  which i*S entirely charitable m character. .  1 cannot conclude without thanking the steward and Matron together with the ollicient staff of nurses  for the Very valuable services rendered during the year, and can assure  them that" the testimony of the different patients as to the ability,  kindness and courtesy of the g ii oral  stall' is highly   complimentary.  In this connection L cannot let this  opportunity pass without thanking  and complimenting 31 r. and Sirs.  J������nes, late Steward and Matron, up  on tho very excellent and ellicicnt ser  vices rendered during the-first hall'  of the past year, la" this estimate  of their services I venture to slate  that J have the hearty eiulurbenient  of tho Board, and would suggest  that Lhe Board may be pleased to issue to Mr. and Mis. Jones, Honorarium Certificates on Merit accordingly.  J have the honor to be, gentlemen,  Your Obedient Seriant,  .LEWIS T.  DAVIS,  M.D.,   CM.  Tho   report   was   received   on      motion of Mr.   J. Mahrer,  seconded   by  Mr. A.   R. Johnston.  The "retiring President ' Mr. J-  Booth, next read his report, commenting on the past year's work,  which on the whole was without  exception the host in the history of  the hospital. At the close of his  address, Mr. Booth was greetcd  with an appreciative round of applause:  PRTQSI1)ENT'S   Al)DRESS.  <J en t lemon.������������������  We are met this evening to rccei\o  the reports of the business of the  Nanaimo Hospital for another year  in tbe history of the insi.itttUoii. The  year just closed has been in some respects the busiest in many years.  A large oxpeiultture has been made  by the board in renewing the heating ���������olart, tiiis was forced upon us  on account-of .the'large "amount of  coal used during, the winter of 1S>05  and tt)0(>, it,was then felt that soiuq  thing must be done to .effect a.saving, and at the"same Lime gave us be!}  ler results, with this in view, tho services of Mr. W;'.Lech: of Vancouver,  an expert ' Moating Engineer, were  secured, after a thorough- examination he advised the removal of the  old plant, and the installing of ' a  warm water beating system, this was;  done last fall at a cost of. over ������1,-  500.00, the new plant has proved  satisfactory, warming the whole  premises in a proper manner, and at  t'ho same lime tho fuel bill .is much  lighter,  Commencing with the 1st. of February 'last. a training school for  nurses was established In connection  with the (hospital, Hi is step was deoni  ed advisable so that, nurses passing through n course of training in  tho hospital, could be awarded diplomas of efllcionc.y according- to their  abilities, and at the same time our  own board could depend on the services of the members of the staff for  a 'definite time.    In consequence    of  It does not require an  expert to clean oat tbe flues  of the " Sunshine" furnace���������  the only tool needed it a> brush  which ia  supplied   with every  furnace.  Clean-out doors are plsoed la the  casing, and the brash can easily be inserted.  This heater just bristles with exclusive features such as  automatic gas dampers, large double ifeed-doora, steel dome,  double shakora and steel radiator.   ,  If you want tbe best furnace made get tbe M Sunshine."  Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.     Booklet free.  yur    >  Mc������Iaiyfc  London. Toronto. Uontbeaij. ���������  Winnipeg. - Vancouver.  -St. John.   Hamilton.  Hard ware Co.,' Sole Agents  .       (���������      '      i  Messrs Ramming have also donated  sodas from time to time and a largo  number of our citizens have donated  articles at all  times useful.   --<  I wish to thank the members ot  the Uourcl for the support they.havo  given me during ihe pasi yoar, and  for the time they have so willingly  given in tlie consideration of business that has come before them during tho year-.  Trusting that the coining year will  bo   the  most    successful  in   the history of the   hospital,  believe me.  Faithfully. Yours,  JOS.  BOOTH.      ...     '  President.  Nanaimo,  li.  C, 25th July.  1^06.  After a short discussion as to who  was   entitled   to vote for the new officers, it was Anally decided to ailo.w\  all present   at   the meeting 0ne vote.  Mr.   W.  H.  Morton  was appointed  Chairman   and the election  of    officers    was     proceeded  with   and   resulted as   follows:  Tresident���������J.   Booth,   (re-elected.)  Vice President���������J. Mahrer,  (re-elect  ed.)  For Secretary there were two nominations. Mr. S. Gough, was nominated by Mayor Planta, seconded by.  William Manson, M. P. V., and Mr.  John Shaw was nominated by W.  Dick, jr., seconded by F. Snowden.  On being put to a vote Mi1. Shaw,  was elected by the vote of lSto 16.  Mr. Win. Manson was elected treasurer, and the Board of Directors werd  elected as follows:   ���������  Messrs. J. Mullett, W. H. Morton,  Wm.'Dick, Jas. Booth and M. Bray.  Mr. T. Graham moved, seconded  by Mr. A. R. Johnston, a vote of  thanks which was unanimously passed to thc retiring Board for the able manner in which t'hey had conduct*  ed the business of Uie Hospital during the past year.  Votes of thanks were also passed  to tho Western Fuel Company, Hon.  Jas. Dunsmuir, Union Brewing Co.,  Mrs. Dr. Davis and her troupe, and  a special vote of thanks to the Ladies auxiliary for their faithful work  in .connection    with  the work of   the  this change in thc work of the hospital, which, at the same time plac  cd it on a better footing, considerable money had lo bo spent. At the  present .time the work is in its infancy, yet I know that thc change  has increased the efficiency of the in  stitmion, Ihe full development of the  new order of things will rest upon  the uew board to be appointed tonight,, and the successful working out?  of the scheme will largely depend  upon tho manner iin which they main*  tain the control of tho business of  the hospital.  To meet the expenses incurred in  carrying out the matters above referred to, we were compelled to  make an appeal to our citizens as  v.-'11 as to the people of the neighboring city of Ladysmith, I am  pleased to be able 'to say that wo  received a most liberal response. In  this relation I should like to make  special men! ion oi the > substantial  grant made by lhe government in  aid or tbe new heating plant, also  tho generous donations the Western  Fuel Company, the underground employees of the Western Fuel Co and  the Artizans' Club, and ,as well the  kindness of Mrs. Dr. Davis, and r-  Elugli Allan and his fellow clubmen, in getting up entertainments in  aid of the funds of thc hospital. Our  income for the past year enables us  to retire from office without leaving  any obligations for our successors,  that are not fully covered by cash  now in hand and other sums due  to the hospital.  1 would like to refer to the need  of more private wards, these are rev  enue producers, any reasonable expense that may be incurred for that  purpose will soon be returned in fees  and thus the income of the hospital  will be increased. A rearrangement  of the Fcner Ward should also receive the attention of the new  board, with these matters attended  to the accomodation will be" largely  mci eased.  "L.'fcel.   it  incumbent    upon  me     to  refer to  the satisfactory  manner     in  which Doctor  Davis has attended   to  i ~ I Hospital,  his duties  as  Hospital   surgeon,   also J,  ^ ^   votc of tlmnks   was paS9  to   the   care   exercised   by   the   mem-       ���������       ^   whohn(l..n   ftny     Jimiinel.  bers  of  the  stall'  in  the' performance ^^^     t<Wd . ltus    hospllnrs  of their duties,  tlie extremely  ��������� light  <! success  mortality during the past year shows - ^-^ ^ ^   ^^   sccotu^  that every care  is   taken    to    ensure] ^      ^ ^   ^^ ^ ^^  ed  a hearty   vote, of  thanks   for  tho  the successful  treatment of  patients.  In past .years complimentary reference lias been made to the good  work carried on by the Ladies Aux.  iliary in connection with the hospital, thc past year has not been  ail exception, the members of the  Ladies' Auxiliary deserve the best  thanks of this meeting for .their  continued exertions in aid of the  welfare of all departments of the institution.  As in ' former years, liberal donations of coal have boon received  from thc Western Fuel Co., and the  Wellington Colliery Company, tho  I lion Brewing Company has donated  ice  as  it  has been  wanted,    and  nbie manner in   which he had  carried  out 'his duties   as Medical Officer.  A vote   of thanks to the chairman  brought  the meeting   to a close.  Wm. J. Bryan made a great hit  at the luncheon given by the House  of Lords yesterday. Mr. Brian believed it better to lire a useful life  than die a hero on a battle field.   o   Mayor Fitzgerald, of. Boston, Mass.)  has assured the rcpresent-atiivies of thoj  Central Labor union of ��������� the. city that  in the future all work done for tho  city dining his administration would  be miller union conditions.  IB   VOU  WANT ACiOOD   First Class   Meal  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN FIRST AVENUE, -y/*H .,-���������.,��������� i- > en- r -i-*.-.  . ���������iir'^L^ r    n������r( ������������������*Ji>*r^_-l  - ������7l4tf._^ix ��������� ii  ���������  r.yi'fr-l-miy^ ^-'���������Tip1  rrrr:  ���������'!  '1 ������  "I'  ll.  vt"     ^ '      jI  ,-,r.  , ,V~  ^  THELADYSMITHDATLY LEDGER  ���������  l      u    , V  .      "1  af^> ���������'fc   t^a  ���������*���������������  ������*!*-  I1!*.   ������������������������  ������^K   a.*fr������   jfr������   ^^a. ������*t*^.   ���������*���������������������   **t*������   ������*T������   ������*i**   .'A**  a>*j?������   ������*fr������   r*fr������   ���������ffr*  g^������   >*#*���������  ������*aK   ������Tfr/VaK  ^gn^r^gCTi|^i IX* ^X* lX* vL* "X* "X*TTi  *-T*  ���������������-" *-T-* *T-* -T1 "T" T* *4     T    *T    r   "T   *T    *T'* "F  MI'S F  GOING AT A SACRIFICE  BICKLE'S  t/\  F"ull Line to OHoos*3  Prom  l*a*l 1*1*1 1*1*1 1*1*1   **fr- ������***��������� <i*l 1*1*1 l*l*J tTt t*Vi T*3t*i ������*t'������ ������*fr| .if; iTa 1*1*1 r*i*l i*!*! 1*1*1 t*l*i 1*1*1  ���������***��������� ****��������� ������***��������� ������**���������  1^,1 IJi IJ.I \y  Iff IJ,������ IJ.I IJ,i i^j iaj i^j iaj iaj lf*\p ijprjpipH* tj.������ t,J.l T^l IJ,l l^l 1^,1!,���������.!  **  Smith, Foto5,  Hhnt's Allj  Local Items  J. Galloway,    of Nanaimo,    is  Ladysmith today  on business.  in  Mayor Nicholson   arrived   in    the  city this morning from .Wellington.  Club is in communication with tho  Princeton's team and it is expected  that a game will lie arranged for  Sunday next. Most all of the ��������� American warships have good ball  teams on boai d and a game between  the team of the ship now at "Esquimau It, and the locals ? with Miller  doing the twirling would be a great  attraction.  200 Different Patterns to choose from���������No two alike-  Come early and have the  assortment to choose from  ���������Values up to $5 Pair  aie said to lie tiftected.  Thc Federation of Musicians of  Chicago is considering' a'scheme  which is desciibcd by its sponsors  as a plan for "carrying high-class  music to the doors of the poor." It  contemplates among other features  the "Charity" band,| which is to furnish free street concerts during the  summer in the crowded fesidenco  districts 'of the c tv.  Mr. T. Cartwright, of Cumbeilan-d  is in the city,' the guest of his sister,  Mrs. F. L. -Reynolds.       ,  Mrs. J. J. McNeill, of Camp  presented     Mr.' J.  J. McNeill  a lovely daughter today.  biv,  with  Miss M. Thomas, of South Wellington, left this morning [or California  to spend tlife summer on. a   vacation  "trip.  The regular meeting of the school  trustees will be held this evening at  seven o'clock' in the office of Mr. -J.  Stewart.  TRAINING HARD.  Nanaimo; B.C., July 26.���������  Bob Williams and Bob Ititchic evidently do not intend to be out of  condition  when   they   step   into     the  3 only White Linen Shirt Waist Suits���������Can't be beat  for washing���������Reg 5.75  Special $2.85  PIGNSGERS ATTENTION  We have made ananipements  to have * launch lea\e the  Wharf every hour during Thins  day afternoons and on Sundays after 10 o'clock in the  foienoon foir the Green, anil  shell beach, where wc have established refreshment booths.  Campers -wishing plots for  tenting shauld apply early, a*  the camping season is nearly  here  flRS    McKINNELLEY   -HUGH -THORNLEY  -OF-  Blouses, Prints/ Men's Hats &  Children's Straw Hats  To be  sold Regardless of Price We, will  not carry  > -       '     ' \    .     over this Stock     \ .    ^ .    .  Boys' Bloues���������-All Sizes &  Colors!  a  50c  Walters &  Akenhead  Miss Renfree, who has been spending the past few weeks veiling aer  Bister, Mrs. J. Knight, teft for her  home in Victoria today  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars  roped Arena on Saturday night m  the Athletic Club lo battle ten  rounds   for a side bet. i f������  i Yesterday both men took a nine  mile run eaily in the morning, and  last nigat went through some shadow sparring. Williams skipped the  rope 2,000 times, and while he was  j fast" in his la'X bout with Kelley,  he has nevei tlieless gained speed since  and    when  ho      meets  his   opponent ������i     ��������� ' ������������������������������������  Clarke,   on Satui day night   he    will      The Intel national Boot and   .Shoe  be prepaied   to     put   up thc lastcst   Workers'  union adopted   a 'resolution  bout of his career. that   the union   label  will be   with-  -i l - t,  Ritchie and Kid Menifield of Van drawn on August L fiom all shops  couver aie to box a ten round pre-'which do not meet the lekiuueirnents  liuiinary.i ar*d while their last fight'of the oigani'/ation as to wages and  ended in a chaw, Uitchie feels con- hours of labor,  fldent  of turning the tiick this time.  BU  Several paities drove up to South  Wellington this afternoon to attend  thc intquest held there into the death  of the late Miss Dalton.  Yesterday was one of the >,)us est  davs on record at the Wellington  Colliery Company's wharves >)iiu  boats were in for coal, one ^oat Lr-  loading coke for the smelter, and two  transfers.  Mr E. Conway, who has been Iol  the past few months engaged at the  Omar mines, Ketchikan, in the assaying department, returned home  yesterday. Mr. Conway was a passenger .down on the Princess May.  He reports that for the present, the  Omar mine hais closed down, and  will likely not resume operations  this  season  VICTORY LODGE, No. 61, I O C..T  meets e\ery Satin day at 7 30 p m  in the T O.O.F. Hall  J. L. KORS, Secretary  NANAIMO  \s.   USS.  TARS.  \v"cdnesda^ \ Victoria Colonist .s<i,\s  "The United Stales gunboat T'nn-  ceton, whuh is ,\t picsont m ISsqiu-  mault, has among her <ie\\ a will  oiganized baseball team, whuh is  open to meel any tram in Viztoua  The vessel will be -iw pot t till August 3, and any of lhe city teams desiring a' match ,will he accomodated by getting in touch with any of  the officers of the ship."  Tho Management  of the    Nanaimo  Minard's Liniment cures Cold,  etc.  and getting the decision over his opponent.  Reserve seats      aie now   on     sale  The annual convention of the Industrial Steel and Copper Piinters'  union ( at Washington,  D.C.,   elected  .,.....  ,     . , ,���������,        .       ,  William Foley,  president,  and T.  L.  at Uhittys cigar store    The price of,,    , ���������/', '    , '      ,  ,   .    .      ,    _rt ���������_        . ,, I Mahan, ;of Washington, seciielary-lrea  admission is  50 cents,  75 cents   and- ' ' ���������&      >  one dollar.  MODEST CLAIMS OFTEN  .  CARRY MOST CONVICTION  When Maxim, the famous gun inventor, placed his gun before a committee of judges, he stated its carrying power' to be much below what  he felt sure ftthc gun would accomplish.' The result of .the trial was  (therefore a great surprise, instead of  disappointment. It is the same with  fche manufacturers "of Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and' Diarihoea Remedy. They do" not boast" of what  this remedy will accomplish, ,but prefer to h't the users1 make the statements.. What they do claim, is that  it will possibly cure diarihoea, dysentery, pains in the stomach and how  els and has never been known to fail.  For sale hy The Ladysmitli 'Pharmacy. '  Print Blouses, $1.25, now      !85c  Print. Blouses/M.t0, now 65c  Children's Stcaw Hats, 1.30 now   $1  Children's    do, $1.00, now  73c  Children's    do, 75c, now  50c ,  Boy's Canvas Hats, 50c, now..    *.;j������5c  Men's Hats, C5c, now-.. ...-: ���������    50c  Men's'Hats,- $1.25; now  thhr  ladies Cotton UnderTfcar*3t Special Value  "������ ���������        ....   ���������._ --���������   ���������: ' _ -  SiMfN LEISER & CO Ltd.  '  "'   A-     <-<.   'J  =    FRESH SUPPLY OF  ,     ^ ^  Labor Notes  An all  lound  inciease ot 50    cents  suiei.    The nevt convention will ^be  held in   Chicago.  a day has been seem ed by the Wood I      ,. .    .   , ,    . ,  *      ���������*    , ,.      ,, ' ,        crable work, betore sLarting out  Caneis   union in h&w Yor������������, and is ',. ,  ,.,   ,, ,,,    the rails.  Railway mail clerks are said to be  resigning in laigei numbers than at  any time in the history of Ijhe service. The cause is the heavy char-  actei of the work, and the strain of  t making long runs/aftei doing consid-  on  ,        NOTICE.' >.:   ..  I" have taken over the scavenger business lately handled by M. Campbell  and am prepared to do work' in this  line in first-class shapev ~' Leave orders tor heavy team work, scavenger  work, etc., with Messrs. Blair &  Adam. Also any complaint regarding scavenger work will be attended  to if laid at this place.  ROBERT CALLANDER.   '  Ladysmith, B.C.  |[it). Hiitton, Pork. Veal and Reeli  WE,HAVE  ON  HAND  SOME -VERY-NICE-  T t *  ROLLED CORNED BEEF  13 I-2CLB.,  Ia, howe I  |= meat market        , :      5  Try a Province Cigar.  to lQinain in foice until the middle  ol 1008. Then the merobeis work S  hotus a ilay anil half a day on Satin day.  The Musicians' i\ational coiiventucin  lccently held in Boston, adoptedv resolutions instiiictiiig its nien^lners o%"-  eiywhere, whether buying civilian  clothing 01 unitoims to demand and  laLe only such as hear the union  label.  Many members oflthe United Association of Plumiljcis, (las Fitters and  Steam t'ltteis arc uiging that the  oi&utuvation cstabjish a home for *Ehc  aged    and    liifiim.        An    offer  of a  Collon trade woi'keis in Gieat1 Briy  1-ain icpoLt Uut employment continues \eiy good, and is .better than  a year au,o Retuins Jiom fums cm-  i ploying 1 M, 108 work people show an  increase of 1 7 p'ei cent, in the wages  paid, compared with a year ago.  A iMrilie of 8 ()0(i cupcntois, cm-  plowed in New Yolk city, against  the independent employers foi the  advance m wages from j$'l ."0 to si 80  a day, gi anted by the Mastei Carpenters' association, lasted only two  hours.  house in Pueblo, Col., is being  siilored by the oflicers.,  con-  Minard's Liniment cures  Diphtheria'  "mammumimim  Our Stock of Teas  WE ARE AGENTS  FOR  Dragon  Tea  Rakawana   "  The mine woil.crs of lhe anthracite legion will again be called upon lo show their appteciation of; the  assistance given them by the biturn-  inou> mine-is in the J902 ;stiike. An  assessment of 50c pel \\delc has 'been  levied to suppoit the strikes in the  soft coal regions.  State Fact oi y Inspector J E. Val  licr, oT Wisconsin, us alter the manu-  factuieiK who withhold the wages of  their child employees, lie says knitting companies alone ha^c withheld  between 1.1,000. and $.3,000 dining  the .past two years, .  There are many idisputes now in  progress in France with the object  of obtaining an eight-hour day without diminution of the present Wages  The disputes aficct nearly every  branch of industry and are taking  place in many parts of the country.  In Paris    alone nearly  100,000    men  Parties wishing to engage a first-  cl'ass launch for picnic or .. excursion  parties at reasonable lates should  apply to H. BLAIR, Cecil Hotel,  City. Launch may be en������sagetl for the  evening at any time st  SCREEN DOORS  We offer all sizes in Screen Doors, complete with  Hinges, Etc, F)r  era  $1.50    EACH  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  ummmmmMBmmmmmmmmmmsmamBmmmmmmiMBKamm  u Per Lb'  50c. Per Lb*  B, &  A. Special ^ 50c, Lb.  Ceylon   Tea Bulk   35 & 50c.  A.rfea    Pure ceylon Tea���������5 lb, Boxes    $l./5  BLA  NOTICE.  If you want lo sell;your chickens  for a fair price, bring''them to J.  X. Smith's restaurant, 1st Avenue.  Knight's Boik Store  ..������..������������������������..���������������������..������..���������..���������.������������������..������..  Pioneer Min? Works  1st- Avenue. Ladysmith, B. C j  W. f. Rummiiif. Prop, j  manufacturer" OF  \  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  f  I Carbonated Beverages,  I Q���������"K er   Beer       I  | Fruit Syrups |  P.   O.   Box   24S !  . '������������������ *  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE.    -        " '"        ^^  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  BARGAINS--BARGAINS  Watches,   Clocks,  Silverware,   Jewelry & Fancy  Goods   of nil descriptions  all are to be cleared at a Great Reduction to make 100111  for new shipments  fj  Our LaWBEHCt FOUitTMN PEHA^1-00 isa Snafi  B FORCiMriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  CeiMMMItttMtMMM   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  FOR TO-DAY  Beef and Mutton,  -1..������.���������������/ ���������  G.  P ANN ELL  l  GATACRE ST.  LADYSMITH  ������  '"���������  *  t,  m  m  ���������  0  ������4������������������a������������*������������**a������������0(>l*l*   ������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������**  FRAMES  and  latest  Patterns and' Finishes  in  FRAME MOULDINGS.  ���������%. -���������> .<���������> -m.  PLAQUES.  ���������%. -*k ���������ai'^ '  WALL PACKETS.  ��������� ��������� ������������������������ ���������%. **��������� ���������������  Pictures���������British and German. Bevel  Plate Mirrors.  -*.-*.'���������%.-*.  Passe Partout Picture Binding in  all colors. Just arrived from the  factory in the East. '      i  -%. ^������> ^. <a>  Picture Framing Neatly done at  H.  KAYS  WALL PAPER DEPOT  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������A**  Granite and Marble Works  ���������  Granite, and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest prices consistent  wiih first class stock and  workmanship. "Vrite for  catalogue.  ���������   ..   .   A.  STEWART,  148 Yates St. Victoria B.C  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a*  Smoke u. Big  B Cigar.  k  1  have just received a shipment of  Hills'  High tirade  ENGLISH TOBACCOS  and  CibARElTfS  at the   DRUG  STORE

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