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Array V*: ' *  -Mzm*-  6  "v~,  u:*$  '*- \  Z     JUL 31 290,r--'- 4������$  "liLi-  Daily Ledger  vol. 2,  FRIDAY     JULY 28., l'OOfi  PRICE   FIVE   CENTS  WILL CHARGE A  HEAVY RENTAGE  O  ,  China Will Ask $ 100,000,000 as  Compensation for the Occupation of Manchuria  NEED ASSISTANCE III tt-.W  NIIMO  She WU1 Also Demand That the  Province be Restored to  Her Intact  New York, July 28.���������The Washing-  fields and destruction of villages that  ton     correspondent  id   the  Tribune  says:   Coincident with China's     no-  'tice to the  powers  that  MaticluirV  must     he restored  to  her      intact,  whatever may/ be the terms of agreement     reached     at  the Poitsinouth  -   peace   conference  by   the  envoys  of  Russia and Japan, it is learned that  the Chinese  government  intends    lo  , follow .this up by demanding ol  tbe  '^belligerents  a big  indemnity   as com-  pensation for the occupation of Manchuria by  hostile armies,    'lhe amount of the  indemnity  to  be asked  ���������"will   be  at least   $1(10,000,000    This  amcjint ol  damage  the Chinese government estimates has been  done tn  Manchuria,        a Chineee      province,  ���������^ through "the trampling- down of. the  were sti/eil and  held as bases for operations,  and  the less  to China    by  the failure, of the ^eligcrenls 4o vacate Maiicluuia promptly. "It'^isjiot,  belimed  that the Chinese themselves  seriously expect reimbursement    for  the injury  sustained,  but thc motive  in  (aKing such  a slop on the part of  China  .������   further  to  define her  position in regard  to Manchuria to the  world at, large.     _ .  China   is particular'^   anxious   that'  the   idea  of her  complete ownership  of   Manchuria  should   be "emphasized  in  connection with U13 peace conference  at Portsmouth because  she de-  sirrs  internitional  support in     the'  negotiations   which  she  will  conduct  with  Japan after psace is assured.  The U. M. W. Siiould Care  For All Those in  Need  Many Dependant on Min-  esare not Members of  Their Organization  SAY THE BENNINGTON  WAS UNSEAWORTHY  Washington, July 27.���������InjqRiiry to- ing show that.doubts have existed  day among naval 'officials relative to for a lonS tilne as la the fitness of  placing the  blame  for  the  Bcnning  ton disaster showed a coirensus    of  opinion that the investigation of the  accident woufd  lie most  ligkl    and  that a great     scandal   might  result  with disastrous  results  to  the   men  who at-an.1  high  in the invy depart-   |>0tiers  were somewhat shaky     a  ;, merit.   Grave charges wore made thai   that  if     the-    damage should gr  it a was criminal 'negligence onN the  part of some one to send the Ben-  ningtou to sea, notwithstanding lhe  recent navy department records that  the gi>nhoat was unscaworthy, her  boilers unsafe, and that she theio-  fore should have been undergoing, repairs.  Sensational    developments regarding the carelessness of several nav.il  officers are confidently  expected    to  ensue during l,hc holding <if  the court  of  enquiry   which   A'dmiral  Goodrich  ���������will   appoint  to  investigate   the   explosion  and determine   the   responsibility for the management of  thc engine rooms  of  the gunboat.  One of the most imporknt things  to be cleared up is the fixing of tho  blame for tlie failure to i-epair the  boilers of the vessel when it was reported that they were in a ���������danger  ous condition.  An  engineer  on duty  at  the  navy  department today said:  . '^Official reports from thc Bennington received months ago, and now oui  file in the bureau  of "steam engineer-.  (he gunboait's boilers. Commodore'  Luiciciie, Young's predecessor on the  Bennington, was stationed at Kossuth Nib s. A few weeks before the  latter was relieved M>f command vn  November last he reported to the  navy     department that the vessel's  and  ow  woise, nn  urgtnt necessity for going  lo a navy  yard iniyht arise/    In April  last an  inspector visited  the vessel  and  reported   that  she was"     in  need   of ox tensive  lepairs.   The gunboat was  than  slated  to go to Honolulu and ,tho inspector's report caus-������  ed her  to  be sent to  (he navy yard,  whore  some  small repaiis were made  before she started for Honolulu.     So  far  as     can   be   learned   no  repairs  were  made on  the boilers during the  trip  to  Honolulu  and return."  G RIO AT  BRITIAN  READY.  TO RECOGNIZE NORWAY  London, July 27.-���������No application"  has ye! been made to Great Britain  for the recognition of Norway as an  independent state and it is not expected that "such an applfcatioif.'will  he made, until Swtnlen and Norway  arrange, th/ir differences. The British government feds il could with  pel feet propriety recogn've Norway,  but. out' of regard for Sweden it will  await an agreement of the subject of  dissolution of/the union.'  NOVOE VREMYA IN  SARCASTIC HUMOR  St. Petersburg, July -28.���������The sub.  stance, of the interview in New York  with M. Sato', spokesman of Lhe Japanese regarding the position1 of tire-  Japanese in the peace negotiations,  was reproduced in the papers here and  passed almost without commem't, 011-  \y the Novoe Vremya indulged in a  sarcastic fling saying that Japan has  conducted the war quite economically, quite a million a day, but she  lva������. better present the bill to those  who are supplying the sinews of war  arid hot to the     country upon  which  the war was forced.  iA supplementary     statement specifying the     cessation Of the island of  (hat the .efforts to prove that the  visit to the land of the Rising Sun  is devoid of "political meaning are  "child like."  The war -party is again making  mak'hig headway, drawing capital"  from General Linevilcne's optimistic  telffjrains, one of which',; with-the  Emperor's reply declaring that the  misfortunes of war have not shaken  his l.klief in the dtvotion of the army and containing a wish that the  troops may bring the war to a happy ter.nriiiation is .published in. all papers.  No further     news has been received  here of the,     landing of the Japanese  The local union of the United Mine  Workeisol   America,   says   the Nanaimo Herald,   realizing that they may  have a     long light on their bauds to  win'���������'in  the controversy     with  thc  Western      Fuel Company, are laying  the r plans accoiding-ly.     The International      organization has promised  them     enough support to     keep all  their     anembeis and     their families  from want, but there are many who,  while!     dependent upon the operation,  of- the mines for a Ir.hhaod, anil"will  soon be in need, are not now and can  not   become     members ol the union,  and it is c,; ta the union to see that  ihesepeople     do nJt, sutler   Irom  Hie  elbsingof the     mines.    'I his being the  case tho.    union is asking assistance  to care for     tnese men and thcirfam-  ilies..  So far responses from  the unions in the province have been generous  and     'prompt.'   Victoria Trades  and  Labor  Assembly was visited on  Monday, evening by J. C. Gihcon, and  President     Ji;hnson,. of Nanaimo union, and     the organizations     of the  capital city     were interested in the  fight.        Handsome  donations    were  made,  while the Assembly will take  up the work ciV    securing donations  from affiliated unions.  , A delegate - will be sent by thc local union to the mainland and interior, where the un.ons w 11 be interested in the fight for recognition in Nanaimo and the contribution ol sulh-  cient- money to prevent distress among; those who, .while outside the union,' were dependent upon ihe operations of thc mines for a liviog.  ,, It* should be'remembered in making  .contributions to this relief fund,  that ; while it' will he distributed  wheH.-and_where needed by the union,  as tlie United Mine Workers of America look after their own. members,  but for those who, arc affected adversely'by tho closing of the mines  and who are not members of the union, the union being determined that  all distress shall be relieved.   o   ���������' "WIDAMAGE DONE BY  urn       1        THE ji^tjnder STORM  Unpleasant Experience   of Mr. Tom Gordofi and  his Family^ Their House Was Fired  and Badly Damaged by Lightniag  And the 43rd. Milling and  I    Mining Go. is a Thing  of the Past  i  Colonel Wright was Well  Known all Through  Cariboo  Thc-slonn  which broke over Lady.  * '    j smith last, night,     -was the worst e\  .   r.   ...   ,   ���������T. . , I piTi'ciicvd  in  this  part ot   the countiv  celebrated   4drd  Mining and >'   . .  .      ..     . ,. .  13 -for a gicat- length of tunc, and maiiv  Thc  Milling      Company     of    Ottawa,  of  which Colonel  Wrightj was  for  some  years manager, and in that capacity  made annual   trips to Manson  Creek  via  Ashcroft and the  Cariboo  toad,  is finally     defduc-l,  and  the Bank ol  Ottawa   is    sueirig  Messrs.- Stneart,  Ronde, chief of police,, Ottawa, Thos.  Kcnney,  W. Jainrison, J.  Wright,  11.  Waters,  A.  P. Stewart, Chief of Dominion Police, Ottawa;       c   .Sparks  Ottawa,,    and Fred ValUtau, mining  recorder  of   Cassiar,   for  live promts  sory  notes  aggregating  Ufl7,G0O.    A  large  expenditure   was   made  by Col.  VViigh(,,who is vury'favorably known  in      Cariboo    and   Omineea.   Every  spring,  foi   four orTive yeais, a pack-  train would  be made up at Ashcroft,  usually -10 or  SO animals, and would  go through to   Omenica, returning ip  the fall.      Th re is  gold in Oinineca  ���������lots,of  it���������but  the methods adopted by  the  Company weie too expensive.  ���������o-  HE CALLS IT  1      RADIOPHER  New ) York, July 28.���������A Berlin despatch to lhe Times says (hat the  Gorman scientific world is much interested in u discovery made by Heir  Erfurt, a chemist who has succeeded  in transput ting thc /.(.ualities of radium -to, a substance he calls radio-  pher. Radjopher- can lie made cheaply. It is ofgjeatusc in medical  practice for it can lie injected under  the sUin and in other part������ of the  body,  ���������"       ,.' -o ���������  IMAGINARY PAIN  CAUSES DEATH  HOCH WILL  LIVE TILL  SEPTEMBER  Sakhalicn and the amount of ndem-j troops on the coast, of Siberia, nor  nity at tho cost of war,'cantamed ' the operations in Korea. Though  in the statement was not a surprise, accompanied by constant skirmishes,  and caused no Hurry-except in circles the steady pressule of the Japanese  (decidedly nterested. The Bourse was norUnvgrd lias not developed a ser-  not affected. ions tight yet.  The Viilouioesti takes occasion to. The papers mention the purchase by  .-direct sharp criticism at the_visit, of Japan of eight, .steamers-from Rus-  Secretary of War Taft and Miss sian and Gcrma.n firms, which ves-  Roosavelt to Capan, and explains sols arc Hupprr.ed to he intended for  (that the moment of the trip was the' transportation of prisoners of  tactlessly    ehrpen.     The paper adhs war. ���������     i  New York,. July 28.���������William Stall  ii laborer     who lived  in   the Bronx,  ;diodlast night at the Lebanon .hospital,   worrying, beoau.se   he     coukl  not scratch  his right foot, says  the  World.  The strange  part, of it is that his  right     foot had bODii amputated     a  week before and buried.    The leg had  been crushed   by  a falling  stone .and  Stall  no more  than  catne  to h-is senses  after the effects of the "anaesthetic   wore  away,   than  he began   worrying   over   that      itching   foot.     It  was no     laughing matter 'with him.  He knew the foot was not-there, tout  he     was -equally sure the pain    was  there and he could not understand it.  The niirst s told him that it was  common enough for a person's imagination to thus take possession of  him, but Stall insisted the pain was  too real to be imagined, and day after day he worried over his missing  foot and  its  troubles.  It soon ceased to be a laughing  matter with the hospital doctors an-.l  the nurses. Stall's appetite left him  and his imaginary pain so-worked  on his nerves  that he was in agony.  In h-is wcalaeined state, when blood-  poisoning set. in two days  ago,     he  was  in   no  condition  to  combat  it.  Last night he died,  still  crying   out After  breakfast   they  presented    \  about  the pain in his foot. with a bouquet of nasturtiums   i  ChiciaeiP'. IUt., Suly 28 ��������� ������o|irj*uij  Iloch, convicted murderer and confess  sed bigamist, condemned to die today for Killing one of his many wives, was one of the most remarkable  of criminals. The exact number of.  women he married will perhaps never  be known, but In is lepo-rted to havii  had more than a score of wives dining the last ten years. Seven of  this number he vvoihU-d in tlns.city,  some of whom are said to have died  under suspicious -circumstances.' Mis.  Mary Welcker Hoch, for whose murder Iloch was sentenced to he'nung  today, died of arsenic roisoning after, a short 'illness.  Preceding her  death he had obtained  from  the  woman all   her money,  as he had  done  in   most of  his   ''ic-  vions marriages.   Five-days after lu-r  death   '."he.married   her sister,   . Mrs.  Einelia      Fiihtr,   who   was'his  last  wife as far as the record  now shows,  anil   the   day  following  the  wedding  he ��������� obtained   from  her $7^>0  to be used,  he said,  in   paying the mortgage  on   the   furnituie   and   house   where  he lived. '   "  A day or two later he disappeared  and"Mrs.  Fisher  Iloch told  the    police.    A search   for Hoch extended  to  Milwaukee,  Cincinnati,  Pittsbtirg and  New   York.    He was arrested' in New  York January   Z.0 o^i the  iufoirinutd'On  given  by   thewomiui  at  whose house  ho was     iboar-dhig and to whom be  %as said  to have proposed  marriage  after  an'"acquaintance  of  barely    2-1  hours.    The  bigamous   practice      of  Hoch started   in  Germany,   it       is  said,  when he  was  known as Jacob  Sch-mitt,   which   is  supposed   fo iu^V:-.  been  his  real    .amc.    Ids   l.ist wilt  was deserted by  him in Vienna.   The-  list of wives as compiled  -y tlie   police after  his  arrest numbers 27  Hoch was' recently giianted a reprieve that he might, <-;arry nis case  to the Supn;sne' Court. '.e s 11.-  ahle to raise tho funds for that  purpose in the specified lime and the  governor refused further to in eirere  with the.mandate o-f the law.   ..  Three    hours   befoic   the   time set  for  his execution   Hoch   had     of, .(.liven  up-hope  of clemauce. .    Dr.  Listen Montgomery,a well  known  physician , accompanied by a woman ��������� whose  name was said  to-,lie Mrs. Mary Wilson, appeared at  the jail and  stated  that  money   was   available   o    take  Hoch's    case to   thc  supremo .-���������o'.nt.  The woman refused  to  tell her name  but  insisted she  had enough  money.  Efforts were made to^reai-h Govc.rnor  Denee.ii.      The condemned man slept  soundly   during   the  night  and  arose  at his usual   hour.    For  breakfast-he  refused    everything but coffee     and  rolls.    Hoch   at  this time    appeared  quite cheerful and chatted pleasantly  with his guards.    He has been a !;io-  del prisoner ami  the jail guards lu. ve  been     particularly   friendly   to  him.  " jm '  c-e*-  oid tiii.eis say it was one <;f the  most (errilic in then niemones. To  day reports nre reaching tovvn o(  the damage done by the, 1 gbtning,  nnd many are >f eel ing the ellects ol  it, f.nt thc experience of Mr. Tom  Goidoii and his family is the strangest to repoit in this pai t of the district.  Air .and JMis. Goidon and thoir  children weie sitting in the front  room of their house at the top of  High Street, while the sloim was in  progiess. When at its full height  lightning struck a tree standing close  by tlw back- of the house, felling it,  on the back pantiy and at the same  time entering the house, doing much  damage to the whole building. Air.  Gordon, in telling ot the unpleasant  experience, said he >vvas suddenly  struck in the mouth, as'ii by a"blow  from a man's' fist, thc effect of the  concussion   rendering  him   for   a few  moments  insensible.   The lightning ': struck one child on  the foot and threw the boy, who was  s tting on his rn other's knee, on the  floor. Thc whole house was for a  moment full of light, lhe caip-ct on  (he floor was torn up. Mrs. (Gordon and the children ran from the  mom. and as he turned to follow Mr  Gordon saw .to .his amazement that  thc pantiy was on fire. ^Fortunately  a bucket oi watei was at hand, and  with this he extinguished the flames,  which were Legmning to get a fair  hold on the pantry. Mr. Gordon  showed a Ledger teporter over thc  house (bis morning.  The electrical charge had apparently enleied the house by vvav of a  small window in the pantry, I real'ing  a cons dc-rahle quantity of china and  sinking a sack     of sugar, set fire to  hugr ifiu.uil ity inlu the sitting room.  K\ei \ thing in the pantry was lynched by I'.ie .md a quantity of papers  destroyed helore Mr. Goidon was able to extinguish the Haines. A cabbage Jung on tho shelf was squashed  and e^gs were roasted a their  .shells. The tloois of tluoe. rooms  wi-ru litcuuly covered with sugar  and Mr.'Goidon'says after thc house,  Mr. and Mis. Gordon and the chil-  dien arc still feeliiij; the effects of  the shock The house is covered by  insurance.  A huge number or people in town  weie tladly shocked last evening,  those, Jiving at the top of the hill  .seeming to have caught the worst.  Among the ih'iny who have been  heard of this morning is Mrs. Clarke:  an  aged   lady  living on  Fourth  Ave-  was struck the place was filled  with* nuc.     Mrs.      Clarke ventured out of  gas. Tho cxterioe of'the house  came in for a fair share of attention.  In the first place tlie large cedar  tree which as before mentioned was  .splintered up, fell on the roof of the  pantiy, Juiocliing that part of the  building altogetner out of plum. A  wash tub standing on the back ver-  liindah was hurled several yards  down this garden and a soruh'bing  brush   and   other articles  outside  the  thc house dur tig the storm and was  suddenly thrown to the ground. She  managed to call for assistance and  was .helped to the house, where upon  auhal she faiofed. She was restored to consciousness after some  time, but today is feeling very ill.  Mr. Harry Hay went down to Kcia-  "yon's ranch eaily last evening on his  bicvcle.   lie was letuniing home when  the storm was at its fiercest and re-  buck door badly damaged. The light- ' ports the .ourney as being one ofthe  ninK seems to have aone       all round' mostuncomfortable    he has ever had.  lhe house for on every side large pieces  oi     wooh  are torn  out. The  He rode belter  skelter > as fast as his  wheel  would  take him,  but the steel  whole   bulking     seems 'to have been !"on his machine seemed to attract the  shaken      to its  foundation,  and this   lightning, each flash sending through  morning was twisted out of'shape so  much that it was impossirje to open  the back dapr until some of the wood  work was torn down.  The damage done by the lightning  was not alone confined to the house.  A galvamzc-il wiie used tor a clolhes  his body a wierd an.d objectionable1 sensation. The drenching rain did not  add to Mr. Kay's comfort and he arrived home, to put it in nis own  words, "resembling a drowned rat."-  Soine of these people who .did not  crawl      into dark     places and cover  line was bluing fiom the tiee to iwo'theii heads     with blankets spent the  |-outhouses,, The electric charge it  seems, followed this wire, binning-it  in several places and catered the  chicken house. ^1 he building, although  still standing is badly damaged and  the tlooi of it is coviueil with splinters torn from lhe walls. A large  number of chickens were roosting in  the shed, and the lightning killed  two fine ic.lets. Uoth birds weie  badlv  mangled     .and   the feathers of  time while the storm was raging in  witnessing some of the most magnificent ele-tiical effects possible to imagine. Many people watched tihe  lightning over the mountains across  the lay. Each flash illuminated tlie  heavens in a manner the splendor of  wh eh it is impossible lo describe.  Those looking across the bay saw  a Htigc treo close by Page's ranch  struck.    For   jamoment     it  appeared  one singed.   Only      two of the biuls   1o be a mass     of flame, then with a  were lulled but '/'r. Gordon says tin.  the sack and     scattered'the contents jieiuninder seem paralyzed  th s morn-  all     ovei lhe     kitchen and caiiicd a   ing.  crash it fell to the ground Many  tiees were struck through the district.  *  FR ASER RIVER  OVERCROWDED  WITH SALMON  S.S. Mystery is in port this afternoon. Capt. McKenzie 1 rings the  news that the Fraser- is overcrowded  with salmon now, the canneries l.,1-  ing uii.ihle to use the cnotmous quan  lilies of fisb entering'the river.  The ru.ir.-now in tlie Fraser  seen in the Straits a few dajs agi.  Another run reported lo lie a great  deal larger than the one now in the  river, is entering the Straits, and in  a. few days will be in the river. They  are expected to cause a block' such- as  has not,  been-'-known' for. years.  S.S.     Birigo  is   in   port   for   coal  (his  afternoon. <*-  The German collier CHer'nia-nicus has  !>cfii chartered'- to run in tlie pl.i-'c  of the Tricolor. The Germanicus is  a, ship 2,f)70 tons net, and will lake  a cargo of t'.,f>f.O lens. She will :u-  rive here about Sunday.  UNDER DIVINE  PROTECTION  Constantinople,   July   28.���������In   reply  to     a Mussulman address of loyalty  and giatilication  at  his  escape  from  assassination  by  the explosion of   a  bomb  on   Ftiday,  lhe  Sultan      says  that   the   pro-election   ot   divine   Pio-  \ ideuce  on   that  occasion  was  (Inl's  reward   to him   fur  his   constant   cn-  de-avois   lo   promote   the  peace      and  happiness     of his people    The  only  w.isj featuie   of   thc incident   whic-h   dteply  .1,11 ec I it!   him   was  the fact   that      so  m.iiiy     of his deai,  de-voled soldiers  and   well  beloved   people were killed  or  injured.  SECOND  ATTEMPT TO  SWIM CHANNEL  Dover, Engl, July 28.��������� T. W.  Burgess started today in a second  atte-mpt to swim across (he Channel  entering the water at Lydden, roiir  miles nnrlhvvv.'si of (his port- Bui-  i^Ks, in Hull, got wiihin foili miles  of the French coast in his first attempt   to swim  the clnnnel.  INTERESTING LEG ITJRE IN  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  oral      hoiM|.ticl-s  were sent   in     fro.a  ouU.i-ders,  but they   were not   ,i-ii\..-i-  ed   to  him because  of the  possibility  of |i.,isciii   being   CQincealed   in   v'uem  As the time for tha hanging approached Hoch grew less .buoyant in  spirit and began slowly to lose h jpe.  lie reiterated that he was innocent  of munch-r and would admit only the  charge of bigamy against liim.  REPRIEVED.  Chicago,  Ills.,   July   28   (bulletin)���������  Hoch  has   been  reprieved  until     thc  middle of September.  Chicago, Ills., July 28.���������Governor  Dinen said today that he would not  interfere with "Blue "Heard" Johaii-  an Hoch's execution which is set for  today. 11  is said,  however,   that  Unfortunately the storm that broke  over the city last, evening prevented  a great, -many from attending��������� Dr. |  Bryce's lecture in the Presbyterian '  | Church, but those few who braved  ���������the iiu-l.incnt. weather and turned or.it  In the church were fully ecaUid, Uie  lecture being rue of the most interesting; heard in Ladysmith for a long  time.  'After the services were opened with,  a hymn and the customary prayer  the pastor, Rev. Boyle, introduced to  the audience Dr." Bryce, who after a  few brief remarks introducing the  subject, launched into his discourse,  Which was on 'the early- days of the  west. After describing what part of  this great Dominion lie meant by the  Canadian West, the whole of the province west of Lake Superior, the lee.  Hirer -went on to relate most interestingly his .experiences and the ex-  ppricnoi's. of many well known men in  the early days. He described the  way in which our own island was  discovered,     and related     in a clever  (he governor would present the ease; way the manner in wh eh the country  fo the stale hoard of pardons, the j which he vcforre-l to, as one at the  purpose, being to let the hoard pass :l,osf beautiful in the worh', had  up on the question of a reprieve giv-' grown until it had reached its pres-  iilo   Iloch an   opportunity  for  an   ap-j PJ,.t  prrspcrity.        He narrated many  early'pioneers, the rapid .growth of  the country east of the Rockies, and  stories of lives of the early rulers.  In     conclusion Dr.   Bryce made an  earnest appeal for funds for the Jian-  iloba College,        He said at present  Hridish Columbia hail     no university,  although   no doubt in the neat" future  one would  he built  in  this  provijLue.  in tho   meantime. H  was the duty of  the Presbyterians of the province to  give all  possible f.nj.tnciat aid to tho  Manitoba  institution.      Victoria had  engaged     this year to     contribute a  substantial     sum  and  he   asked  the  congregation     of     Ladysmith. to  do  their utmost  to send  funds to main-  lain the university.    He also explained that he was seeking for younig'men;  to become students of the Presbyterian   Ministry.      He wanted  25     and  he     had    already     had offers    from  six young men.     Tic wanted mien"who  were religious     and who would enter  (he unipeisify, not, to make, a living,  but to do.the work of the great Creator.  Afterthe lecture the church was  darkened and pictures of various places of interest, of Winnipeg and of  noted governors and clergymen were  shown by means of a lantern.  At the    conclusion of the service a  peal  to  the Illinois   Supreme   Court. [ attic stories  of the struggles of Hie  collection was taken up. ^p^aswwiu*..������ <r. '.vr^T^m^^ftif^sfaf.  DAILY LEDGER  Wt DULY LDSEil  Published   every day except Sunday.  BY        THE        DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  Offices,  Ladysmith and Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  ���������0 cents a month; $5 per year in  advance. Advertising, rates on ap.  plication.  i������������������*,������v������*������sH������vtx*^-<*yt*xvcyre:-^^  I'RIDW     JULY 28 , 1005  TOPPED THE QUESTION  WHILE   ASLEEP]  If Miss Katherinc Itippin, a young  school' teacher, executes her threat,  to sue Simon Brandt for breach of  piomise, says a despatch from Boi-  ilcaux, Wyo., lo the Chicago Intci-  Ocean, ilrandt . will go into court  and defend lhe suit on lhe- ground  lb.it to his knowledge he ne\ei innde  apioposal of maniagc to Miss Kip-  pin, nnd Hint if he did propose to  her he did it when nslccp, and therefore is no I lo he hi'l.l to a moral or  legal  uicoiiiiling for his act.  Brand I   is   a ranchman,   well   t,o do  acid  oo'id   looking.    Miss   Rippin has  oblaincd   U-gal  advice,  and   the. case  will  soon  come   to  trial.    Miss   Rip-  pan  will   testify   that Brandt, made a  nropisal   of   mairiage  to  her       a-wl  that she promised to marry him one  ���������nijihl  last winter   when  lie called  on  her  and  sat  up  with  her until   after  midnight.  JJrandl   will   admit he  spent,     the  'evening with Miss -Riopin  and  sal up  with her   until   a tier   midn'iigh-t.   But  he    will,      deny .that   he- cvkift'-1!'P,,|>'  made a proposal  of  marriage to her.  He  will seek   to   show by   witnesses  lhat   ever  since he was a boy  l.e  has  been   addicted   to   theiH.il   of   tit Ik-ting,   walking and   doing  other  thihgs  in   his sloop,   aii'd   thai   what   li ���������  s.iivl  and   did   in  his  sleep  he'was  unable  to recall   after he awoke.  They will testify that r.hey n iVe  known liim to fia.II into a .sleep, or a  mental,state ic sem'bling sleep, when  silling in his chair, and in his sleep  fo cany on an anparenlly rational  conversation, and tlim to wa1 e up  unconscious of a woul he had  said.  Seattle's Great  Papers  TUB  DAILY  SUNDAY  TWICE A WEE!  1.1."  YH1     *U  POST-  IFTTfiLLIfiENCER  Sam: !e Copies Free  Write for Cne  Daily ftsMateUtooccr, 19 U 20 Ffttf    *  Publishes    tha   rollsst    talcgrapfata  7C /  nwa tram all parts oi th* world.  ( J I All tha stats amA local atwi   Daily  and Sunday atltlan, 75o par niouOi.  ftarfay PtsMntefflfteMtr, 4������ U 6S Fades  The largest and meat oemplata Sn������  {   a  day papar narta ut flu Fnuieteaav  \  ������  Spadal  dasuurtaM^ts  et Uuntut*,  Y        of fuhlsn, at warns**** Warn.    flu,-  day sdltisa, fft.00 par ya  Twfct a Week Wmt-tMtmtm  All tha nsws of tha wa* fen  detailed' form, TKB TWXOl ���������  WXBS XD2TIOV I������ VMM BXflT  TWIO* A wine VAvam FVB.  LXSKSD ON THB PAOUIO OOAMt.  Writ* for aaapla aapy aad to s*sv  ���������lnead. Btthaariptlaai btIm. tLM  par year.       ,     ��������� ^  All PestmasteraWII Take '"  *f  FoSI-ir<TLLU6������NCt=* ��������������������������� Saattla. Weak  S. P. WESTOIf, BairdMM lrbumgw.  ������^BOOOa������^V^1tt>3itt3������^^  CHINESE  BOYCOTT  STILL   CONTINUING/.  SIi n-vhai, July 28.���������'lhe boycott *f  Ann i .'can  goods  as the  result, of thei  ileni: ud   in CI III  for  the repeal     of  the Chinese   Exclusion   Act,   is  continuing  ai.d   causing   bil-teiness      on _  both" sides.     But   th-   Chinese   would  proL-tL'ly  welcome any reassuring  indication  from  the  United  States enabling   them   to   withdraw   gracefully  from   the  position  they   have  assumed.  in New York recently. The0 officers  showed photographs of this unusual  sight. The ship was in latitude 12.-  23, longitude -111.50 at (������..*:0 o'clock  in the morning when an iceberg was  seen Iwei-ty mites irrlh, It ro:eni-  11 le-.l the prolile of iv \v������/nan's bead,  land while thc passengers weie look.  ing at it and wondering about it  there suddenly appeared above it thc  mirage. Anhther iceberg loomed  above, and the most powerful telescope failed to discern it on the sea-  While all the spectators were wonder-  NOTED PHOTOGRAPHER^ jing   aMnc     sight, there     appeared,  PASSES  AWA\ .wrong'side up,     and apparently two  Philadelphia,   i'a.,   July  28.-John | ;niles ^^nt from the most norther-  Car butt,      known  to   photograj-h-ns    ,y  i(.e.l)C1.gi a     four-masted     vessel,  the world over,  is dead at his home   Ks(rv sail wftg     as cIoar cul againsl  here aged 73,  of blights disease, Mr.   fhc s).v     M if carvc(,_     Thjsj wag jn  from  f',he  sipiliL for three   ihours, in which Unity  Carbiitt came to this country  Shemeld,     England, in 1853        ���������������������.- , th{. officerfl_took a, number 0, pholo.  p-lUtographers'  Association of  Amer- Kl.a.JnsV.  ica chose him as their first president  and he acted as official  photographer  wht-ir the Camadian   Pacific   Railway  was constructed.  ISN'T THAT SWELL?  Our customeis aie always pleased  wirf.li the wall and ceiling papers-  I hey have selected from out charmingly varied stock, as well as with  (he skillful way our workmen hang  it. General approbation is given cur ���������  interior decorations. May we make  up an estimate for you? ,  Ladysmith Wallpaper Depot  HARRY  KAY  FIRST AVENUE  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. iii, P.  O. E.     :-:       :-:        :-:       s-J  Meets in tae Opera House 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.in;   Worthy  President,  B. Forcimmer;     Wwrthy  Secretary, C H. Rummings.  DAY SCHOOL,   :.  Usual subject* taught; also languages, drawing in pencil and-'Cray's- . paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes sr individually.  HISS BERTRAM,  Ladysmith, B   C. 1  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rates |1.25 andifl.50���������  Free bus to all steamboat landings and  railway demote.   Electric care, every fivi  minutes to all parts of   the city.   Bai  and table unexcelled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST., VANCOUVER B, C.  Under New Maoagnieht *l:  Hotel Wilson  ^     ' .  Nanaimo, B.C.  McKinnell &Woodbank,  ~~    Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First ClaM.,  Commercial Mens' .headquarters. -   -  Fire Proof    Building.  Canadian Pacific  Railivay  -���������   ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������  ���������,< '"  ATLANTIC STEAMTHIPTICKETS  Tickets on Sale To and rFrom all European Points  , - '   ' AT LOWEST KATES  A.LL LINES   REPRESENTED.     - '  For Sailing Dates, Rates and full information,  80 Govt. Street, Victoria B.C.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist. Freight &, Pass. Agt.  i  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, dOLD AND  SILVER ORES. ' '  Smelting Works at  UADYSNIIXH, B. C.  '.' - ���������   Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea -  60  YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  SEE K'EP.ERCS IN MIRAGE  A mirage showing a four-inasted  schooner not visiMc on the hori'/.nn,  hesides two icehergs, only one of  which was visible on' the ocean's surface, was the unusual spectacle witnessed hy the officers and passengers  cf thc Atlantic Transport Line's  rlearner,     Minnetonka,  which arrived  STENTS  Tradc Marks  . Designs  Copyrights Ac.  An rone sending a akatrh and description ma������  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Inrentlon Is probably patentable. Communications Btrlotlrcoiiadeiitlal. Handbook on Pateuu  nent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.  Patents taken tntouffh Hunn a Co. receive  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  PORTLMND HOTEL  ANGELO TATE.PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra   well  Stocked  For Expressing  Light or Heavy Teaming  Wood and Bark for Sale  BUGGIES  FOR IITRE \���������:  :���������: S"eeJ. KEMP, or leave ordeis       at  Transfer Stables  'PHONE fi-0.  ipicial tioUeei without charge, ia tbe  Sckniifk American.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Tamest circulation or any eclentlflo Journal. Terms. ������3 a  re.-ir: fourmotitbs.fi. Bold by������ I newsdealers. 1  TON & Co>'*������-*'������������* New Yort M,ay������������..u.. b.c  nrinnli oillcc. CSS f St-'WaAlnuton. V. C      I  Pianos and  Organs..  YUEN  Merchant Tailor  THE JONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Goed.Bai  (Half Block from Dep������t:)  GATACRE^ STREET-  - Ladysmith'.  The comfortable way"  EVERYTHING   THAT'S GOOD IN  :t  TRAVEL .IS'YOURS IP  1!  Overlands  Daily  2  Ladsymjth  .^        pP  B. C  FIRST  AVENUE  TH6 CITY MRRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  Public Notice  Attcniion is called  to the      fact that the  Ogiivie Flour Hills Co.,  Limited,  makers  of  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR.     have for some time  past been producing flour in a   vastly   improved  and  purified  form  by  the aid of E LECTR1CITY  and  having secured control   of   all the basic pa I en Is relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising   the  public   that any  iinauth-  flour purifying processes   will be pro-  orized users of the electrical  ���������ecu ted.  Ogiivie Flour Mills Company Limited  re tlie  only    millers in Canada whoso   Flour i*  purified by the electri 5 process  This  Hotel  has  renovated. >,  been  completely       Board and lodging J:.!i0 per  OTEL    PRETORIH  Bar  Supplied  with  the   Best    Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  1st Avenue  Ladysmith B.C.  s^lisii  Farmers  Meat Market  Prop  Any  Kind  of  Job  HILBERT  MENKV.S NIRSfRIES  NEW CROP���������  Passengers can leave Victoria daily  at C.'lii p.m., or 9 p.m., where close  connections is made to all points  East.  "Famous Flyer" leaves, Seattle 8 a.m  "Fast Mail" leaves Seattle ... 8 p.in  2 NIGHTS TO ST. PAUL.  3 nights to Chicago.  1   NIGHTS TO'NEW YORK.  SHORTEST ROUTE TO ALL KOO  TENAY POINTS.  ACROSS    THE * MOUNTAINS    IN  ^ DAYLIGHT.  on or address"  S. G. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  G.W.P.A., 7S Government st  Seattle, Wash, Victoria, B.C.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  THOS. KIDDIE.  Smelter Manager.  V*<t������Mt������'*fc*>,*H������Vte*Vfeft,fe������Mfe������'feB^  W. SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY    ~  WORK PROMPTLY no* /:  Leave orders at tbe Abbotsford.  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARLORS  HIGH STREET,  :���������:���������: Best in the City";���������:���������J  .   w        ^^n*:1^.;  RATES fa.00 PER DAY  SAMPLE ROOM:*  BAR SUPPLIED WITH BESl  WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  '. i Beat accomodation in town. -Splendid hunting and fishing in near vicinity.  A.J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C  [      LIVERY, BOARDING AND  -    SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK  A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  *  *  *  J PHONE 66  *  *  *  LADYSMITH $  ^���������S������S������*������**;M*Mt*****3M*'*--^ ���������^���������*������*������3M***������*������3M'J  Done Promptly and  WELL  At  i3������3. Roberts  X  Office  Home Grown &t  Imported ^  GARDEN, FIELD  and FLOWER  SEEDS,  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .IIODODENDRONS,   ROSES,  GREENHOUSE  AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  flcB Young  BARRISTER and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO, LADYSMI'l.  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read  tbe  via  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains Irom the Pacific  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.'  For complete information ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General .Jgent,  720 2nd Ave., Seattle.  WM. MUNSIE, President J.'.W. COBURN, Man. Director  Telephone.*-^.  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co  Ltd.  MILLS   AT  FIDDICK  AND LADY SMITH���������Shingles a Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers    of���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned  and  Kiln Dried  Flooring     and Finishing    Lumber hi   Stock.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  IB. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manag-������r  BANK MONEY ORDERS  :���������<*  ���������v. I  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor.  Government     and   Yates  Sts.,  Victoria, B. C-  Trains  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  -  V ���������*���������  3  3  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :  $5 and^under.................. ....    3 cents r-      j  ��������� Over $5 and not exceeding $10......    6. cents  "   $10       " "   ~   $30  10 cents  ;   .    "    $30       " ���������".'..'���������.   $50...... 15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in C nada of a Chartered Baak  (Yukon excepted), and at lhe principal banking point:; ll the United States)*  'negotiable at a fixed rate a  THE CANADIAN BANK OV COMMERC-    LONDON,''ENG.  They forui an excellent method of reniittin   small suuia of money  with safely and at small  :ost.  One of which is the famoui "Norti  Coast Limited,"  Up-to-date     Pullman    and     Tourist  sleepers on all trains. Through tickets issued to all points East     and  South,  also   Pullman  tickets issued  and berths reserved. /  Excursion rates now in effect  to Portland Fair. Round trip  rate $11. Only directline to  Yell owstone Park.  Steamship tickets on sale to all  Europeun points. Very low rates  now in elTect. Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire.  For furtbsr particulars call or  write the office.        Phone Wa'n 450.  LADVPVJTH BRANCH  W.  A.  CORNWALL.  Manager,  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and making to order _ a  speciality.  THOHAS MCE WAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  A. D" CARLTON,  A.G.P.A.,  N.P.,  Portland, Or������i  C. E. LANG  General Ag������nt  Victoria, B.C  I  Best accommodation for transient  ind permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND.      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  aMy furnished and the bar is up-to-  d������te. Rates $1.M a day and up-  W \rds.  .WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  JK>BlajBMl������ i*< :<���������< te>: **< Lftdysmltb  LADYSMITH. BAKGRY  HOP LEE & CO.       . ������������������   ?-  ON THE ESPLANADE,  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED AND FRESH,  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to b������ delivered at any time.  Employment Agency,  KAY. GRAIN AND  FARM DR0DU(if  Orders will be delivered anywher*  in the city promptly and at the low*  est possible prices.  Leave orders at CJiristie'8, on ttfl  Bspjlanado.  !__,.    JAS. !:****������#*.   j^j^ N  "''^"'j-Jiif^Cv^i *(*'"'������' *��������� A* ~'%  DAILY LEDGER  Plans,  Specifications and De- **  tails     furnished for all kinds **  of work it the CARPENTER *���������  Line ������������������  C.  B.  ROBELEE,   Carpenter ������������������  and Joiner,     2nd ave, Lady-'*"  smith, B.  C. ������������������  -5*6  _\JS       VL^       \jf        Vj>  SPORT  at-  'v*/_il/'     M'     tlf     M'  AND  NOTICE.  Persona ' found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,  will- be - prosecuted.  . RUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.    .  Ladysmith. B.C.  CRICKET���������  Philadelphia, Pa., July 28.��������� The  Marylcbone Cricket. Club, of Lojidyn,  and the gentlemen of Philadelphia  began a three-days' match on the  grounds of the Merion Cricket Club'  at Havei-ford. The wicket was ' in'  perfect condition ' and the weather  clear  and  pleasant.  Its   Great   Resources  "CALEDONIAN"  THE OAR ~  Rat Portage has applied for     admission  to   member-snip  ������0  the  Canadian  Association  ofAmaleur  Oarsmen,   and  proposes   to send   to     St.'  Catherines a junior four to do battle  with the Torontcs,  Ar'gas; Dons, 6t-  tawas,     Grand Trunks of Montreal,  Buffalo,   Philadelphia  and   Winnipeg  They     will  have a couple of junior  scullers on hand.  Union  Brewing Co  NANAIMO,   B. C.  flanufacturers of the  No part of British Columbia todays offers so many advantages fto the  investor as docs VANCOUVER ISL AND.'   ' ''"*;>".  Its vast and varied natural wealth has never been as'yet thoroughly  appreciated by reason of the fact that it; has never "been promiently laid  before the public. - "*,���������'*'$ .  GOLD'      <  Leads Them ' All  IN QUALITY  -:o:-  COAL  TIMBER  FISH  - GAME  R. P. RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA,,:-: :-: ;_: ._: :_b.C.  ANOTHER ATTACK ON  JEWS IN RUSSIA  K-ishineff, July 27.���������An attack ,on  Jews in which several were killed  and injured is reported to have .occurred at Ruska NoVska, New Russia, probably a village near Kisimeff  The number of fatalities'has not  been established.  London,  July 28.���������In  the .course of  a discussion     of      a vote   for   naval  w'oiks in  the House of Commons  today,   Lieut.   Col.   Arthur   Hamilton  Lee,   civil  lord   of  tlieadmiralty,   announced   that  thj  admiralty  had  decided  not to proceed   with   the  Chatham dockyard extension,   but instead  to push  work on   the new  base      at  Rosyth Firth.    The Chatham    extension scheme contemplated   the expenditure of $22,500,000. -Explaining, the  reasons     for   this step,   Lieut. =Col.  Leo     said    there   was a piobaihility  that warships in the future would'bo  fewer  in  number  and gi eater  m  individual  power.   Hence  the berthing  and   docking  space must   be  of    the  largest sive.    The admiralty had decided  that   Rosyth   possessed   gnsatet  strategical      and    other  advantages  than Cftatham.   The plans had been  prepared   for   a nav-al   base   of      the  most  complete  description,   so   that  ���������extensions could      be carried  out  as-  required.       The initial  works,  com-  t    _ In IBrit sh Colun bia  X    Lager  Beer  and Poi ter   Guaranteed  Brewe;!  T .    1     J    E"i < i 1 i i sn Ms It Pur r t\ >  See the notice of a drawing for tlie   lH|111IBlli       -,,le inlllal ^  Gramophone   August   2nd.   The While Iplete in  themselves,  would cost H2  S,wau Soap advertisement. *" ���������  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short  notice.    Drill Sharpened  by  ways  gives satisfaction.  Picks bandied and repaired.     ���������  Sriipsmitiiing    in  aP     its        ,an>i-  Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmith  David   Mufn i v  Buller Street   - "- --    -   Ladystn.ih.B  SILVER  IRON .  COPPER  Its Vast Agricultural Resources  Its land, when properly cleared,   will grow almost any product of the  soil known to man, J I !    .' i -,      ' i  WHEAT -,  OATS  RYE  -VEGETABLES  OF,  ALL   KINDS,  A WONDERFUL SOIL FOR SMALL     FRUITS  AND  APPLES.  PRUNES  PEARS  BERRIES.  The Canadian" Pacific Company will   adopt  a liberal Jand' policy,   and  thi.  1,500,000 acres controlled    by  ble terms to actual settlers.  them will be disposed of on reason-  v  -:o:  Government lands can he secured     and     money can be made by those  who desire a new home in a country   possessing the  BE5T CLIMATE  In the World  THE DAILY LEDGER, Ladysmi   th, will  supply  any   information  obtainable  to those  who contemplate   a visit with  a view of  investment  if  FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION LANDS IN MANITOBA THE NORTHWEST-TERi  RITORIES > AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coal and $20  for anthracite. Not more than 320-  acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate  of ten cents- per ton of 2,000 pounds  shall be collected on the gioss output:  'Quartz���������Persons of eighteen years  and" over and joint stock companies'  holding free miners'. certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free navel's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payments in advance  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company.according   to capital.  A free miner, having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  tame with two legal posts, bearing  location notices, one at each end on  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shul! be recorded within  fifteen     days if located within    ten  miles of a raining recorder's office, ona  additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction.   The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At least $100 must be expended  on the claim each year or paid to  the mining recorder in lieu thereof.  When $500 has been expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey vmade, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase thr land  a't $1.00 an acre.  dredge for-each fifteen miles or fraction is sufficient. Rental, $10 per  nnum for each mile ot river leased  Royalty at the rate of 2^ per- cent  collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000. ,���������-..  Dredging in the Yukon .Territory-  Six leases of five' miles' each,- may be  granted to a free miner for a term, of  twenty years, also renewable., >   >.  The l������ssee-s right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the  Istday of August in the year of the  the date of the lease.    s  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two years from tin-  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles within six years from  6uch date. Rental, $100 per mile for  first year and $10 per mile .for  each subsequent year. Royalty, same  as placer mining.  Placer Mining in thc Yukon Territory���������Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed ' 250 feet , in  ength, measured on the base line or j  general direction of the creek or gulch  the width being from 1,000 to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250 feet square.  Claims are marked by two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining-Recorder's of-  rice. One extra day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.   ;  Thc person or company staking t  claim must bald a free miner's certificate.  The discoverer of a new mine is. entitled    to -  a claim    of 1,000 feet  in  length, and  if the party consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put  of which  no  royalty shall       be  chargen,  the rest of the party ordinary  claims  only.  Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at ^berate  ��������� of two and one-half per cent, on the  alue of the gold shipped from     the  fukon Territory to; be paid to     the  'omptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  f more than one mining claim      on  eaeh  separate river, creek or  gulch,  but  the same miner may hold     any  number of claims  by purchase,     ami  ,*      , , BURIED    GOLD  When Lyda,,  Crowe, a petite young  woman of twciily three'summers^ wiio  has been devot ng her t me t-> the duties of a linen buyer in a Chicago department     store, crossed the lake to  Souuhayen last Sunday., says' the Chicago Chronicle, s|le ],,aa nothing more  important on Tier mind  than a day's"  enjoyment in company with 300 otliei  employes, but     fate decreed  that before nightfall  she should %3come the  heroine of a     romance which has in.  spiled her to i.esi^n her position.-  Inc dentally a casket of jewels and  gold hidden in the sands of Michigan,  its approximate location well adver-'  Msed, plays an impoitant part in  the anecdote.  On the   way over from Chicago on  the steamer City of South Haven, a  story     was     circulated to the effect  that one Calvin C. Saundeis had ftur.  'ed three     caskets on the     Michigan  beach and that 'the finder of the pro  per one     would discover not o������ily a  valuable diamond ring and a  watch,  but a     proposal     of marriage would  follow in rapid order .     Miss Crowe  as well as     dozens of the other girls  took the hint     with apparent scorn,  fc'ut"nevertheless it was not ced  that  they hied  to thc beach   w th  enthusiasm on  the     arrival of the boat at  South Haven.   To the smpijse of lhe  entire party "Miss Crowe located  the  casket     containing    the     jewelry as  scheduled and     also a card  maiked,  to express for hei futiue.  The incident caused much "comment  during the day, and on her return to  Chicago Miss Crowe decided lo resign her position and leave the city  temporarily.  Miss Crowe is evidently very popular among, her asscc-iatos at- the department store, for not one of them,  although nearly all aie young women, had anything b.it good wishes  to express for hheii future.  DID IT EVER STRIKE YOU ?  That the place to BUY YOUR MEAT  is  where the slaughtering  done locally?   We are not depending  on    what the Wholesalers ��������� send n>  and     can     GUARANTEE' EVERY- THING to be FRESH AND C *   "  BUNNELL   &    PLASK  STFVENS BLOCK,  OAT^cR13  &-/*.?-���������������"  \-fi 1 ^ >  x Ladysmith transfer go  PIANOS,     ORGANS'   ANDIIOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MO\  ED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.  Stables in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   th.  -K  WILUAVIS   \ J  )     WASKET  ���������^.M-^ + ^^+^-m.-M^^^ ^^^  + + +-++++i  ENGLISH  OAK WARE  These silver mounted English oak goods are  rich in appearance, substantia! in character and  give exce lant service.  Oak Salad Bowls, best Quality, silver     plated mounts, complete  with servers, like cut, $7. 5o t.|ch  Oak Butter Dishes with loose linings        S3 and 3.50 each  Oak    Biscuit Jars, Three Styles SS. JO, 450 and s-oo   each  ������  Liqiier Frames, with 3 Dot ties  $S.5oaml 12 each  conditions are found as advised.  Is the centre of the great coal mining    district;     a beautiful Harbor,  where hundreds of great colliers come in  each.year.  copper, in the \ ukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 100 acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of a  Royalty of 2$ per cent, of thc sales  of the products of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T., excepting the   Yukon Territory���������Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square,       entry fcc$5, renewable yearly. On-the North Saskat  fihewan  River claims are either bar  or  bench, the former  being 100   feet  long and extending between high and  low water mark.  The  latter  includes  bar diggings, but extends back to thc  base of the hill or bank, but not   exceeding 1,000 feet. "Where steam power is used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.  VANCOUVER, and will continue to   grow in importance as  the Island is !' ^P**!?*** riverS ������*''Manitoba'  * . .and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukon  LADYSMITH  IT IS THE JUNCTION OF TH E      LINE    FROM"    VICTORIA  TO  Permission may  be granted by tlie .  ���������. ���������.���������..���������.���������  ���������_, r ,  Minister  of     the Interior  to   lorate |free miners may work their claims in  claims containing iron and mica, also  partnership by filing notice and pay-  ���������ng a (.ee of ������2.00.    A claim may    be  abandoned and another obtained on  the same creek, gulch or river by giv-  ng notice and paying a fee.  Work  must  be done on a claim each  year to the Value of. at least ?200.  A certificate that work has      been  done must  be obtained each year;     if  not, the claim >i.a;I he deemed to   be  abandoned,   and     open  to occupation  and entry  by a Tree miner.  The  boundaries of a claim may   be  defined absolutely  by having a survey  made and publishing notices  in    the  Yukon  official  Gazette.  Petroleum���������All unappropriated Dominion lands in-Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within the Yukon Territory, are open-to prospecting for petroleum, and the Minister  may reserve for an individual or corn-  developed.  ���������0-  Subscribe for and read THE DAILY LEDGER, LADYSMITH, 13. C.  f  The New Western i-iotel  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board.  Our Bar is newly fittedup and well supplied and is in charge or  JOS. PELUGRINELXf  i  'Territify���������A free miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable in  the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed     or bars of the river  below low water mark, and^ subject  to the rights of all persons who have,  or who may receive, entries for bar  diggings or bench claims, except on  the Saskatchewan   River,   where  the  lessee may drcgde to high water mark-  each alternate leasehold.  The  lessee shall  have a dredge  in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person  or company   has  obtained more than one lease       one  J  pany  having machinery on the  land  to be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as he may decide,  the length of width shall not exceei  three times the breadth.  Should the prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly establish such discovery, an area  not exceeding 040 acres, including the  oil well will be sold to thc prospector at the rate .of $1.00 per acre ar. *  the remainder of the tract reserv;o  namely, 1,280 acres will be sol J  at the rate of three dollars an  acre, subject to loyalty at such rate  as may be specified by order-in-conn- j  cil. I  JAS.   A. SMART.  Deputy Minister  of the Interior.  Department' of the Interior, w    .  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING   REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal   lands  may   be  purchased at $10 per acre for soft, coal   and  $20  for   anthracite.   Not  more   than  320 acres can be acquired hy one individual or company.   Royalty at the  rate    of ten cents per  ton of  2,000  pounds    shall      be 'collected  on   the  gross  output.  Quartz���������A fiee miner's certificate is  granted upon payment in advance of  $7.50 per'annum Tor an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per aiinum for  a company, according to capital.  A      free  miner,   having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500 x   1,500   feet.    The   fee  for   recording  a claim   is   $5.00  At least $100 must be e-xpondod on  the claim each year or paid to the  mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500 has been expended or paid, ihe  locator may, upon having a survey  made, and upon complying with oth-  ,er requirements, purchase the land at  $1 an acre.  The patent provides for the payment of a royalty of 2-A per cent on  the sales. - .  PLACER mining claims generally  are 100 feet square; entry .fee $5, renewable yearly.  A free miner may obtain  two leases   to  dredge   for  g-0kl   of   five miles  each for a term  0f twenty  years,  re-,  newahlo at the dese'retion of the Minister of  the Interior.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation .with-in one season from the I  date of the lease for each five miles.  Rental, $10 per annum for each-mile  of river Iteased. Royaltj- at the rate  of 2i per cent collected on thc output  after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy  of  the Minister  of the  Interior.  VICTORIA.B.tt  Work done properly and at right  prices. Shop and residence in rear  of Ladysmith  Hotel.  J.  E. SMITH,  Prop.  Con tract >r  viuiidif  REPAIRING   ol   ail   Kinds  oromt <"  j.Pi[f]CY m c  WHOLESALE DRYGOODS.  Victoria, B. C.    -  Manufacturers of the Celebrated  IRONCLAD BRAND  of  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  PANTS,  SHIRTS, ETC  attended to      Shon   in O-atacrp  ti  ������.$  ������ M  Solicitor  tit  st. Avenue  Ladysmith   Temp'e No. 5  Ra:  Sisters meets  in the Oddfello-  2nd  and 4th Tuesday at 7.3n  I Mrs.  Kate Tate,  secretary  Meatmarket  LADYSMITH B. C. ^T^^Tfl^^  jw^^MuavaB^gjii. r^ aa^:  LOCiL ITEMS  J|r.  ll      Colliiison  went   down tnc  line on the morning's tiain.  Rev. Di. Bryce returned to Victoria tins morning.  air. Job Sniilb, who left Ladysmith  for Victoiia sonic time ago, ictiuned  to the city ricciitly. -Mi Smith intends'residing licrc in the future.  VH������   BASLV   fcSDGatt  ������������������-..wfri r-^U.  ���������v irrsrfftTffij-j r^Tiiw'Bi tirfrffliiirirT  PaWsSsl  The complete  leturns fiom   lhe Alberni election gi\es  Alanson 2.") 1, Aitken,  2lH, Alaiisim's  nvajoiily,  Si).  ���������o���������  Louis Lawn-nee died al the Nanaimo hospital last night. . Ic way .in  old man sulk-ting fiom ilro ).>>', who  was "nought in fmiu lioat ,l ' ������' a  few days 'ago. He leaves a widow'  and a laige iamily of gn< vn di.ldien  in Uic cast. The' funeral will beheld  lomoirow   afteinoon.  The Uev. Mr.   Moweu is arrajigimg  Tor   a dip      on   Wnlnosiluy   next   to  U'oilir's   lanch,   near   Cheinainus   for  childii'ii  and  adults. A good   time  is  'anlinpatcil.    'the   beach   there is      a  ppUudid   one   and   no possible   danger  c.ui   l>c  feaied   for   Ho  children       in  h.Lihmg.    The  fare   is  only  :J0 cents  loi   thildi-ui  and   ID  cents for adults  ioi   the loimd  in p.  People who  wish   to  get  value foi  their  money make  a mistake  K th-cy  jinl-roiii'/e   pedflLirs.   We  haAc   stores  that cairy  good stocks  and  sell     at  fair   pi ice's.   When  you  buy  of  a ped-  dlar you usually  buy  a cheap,   iut-of-  date article.     It  may not cost much  money,      neither   is   it woi t.h   much.  When" you buy an article at home mw  know   c\aclly   whn.t   j ou  are getting,  and   if you   do not   git   wiul   you are  paying      lor,   you   have   a lecouise  With" peddlars you lKt\c ikuc.  DUNCANS  TOWN81TE EXTENSION  Adjoining the old lownsite of  DUNCANS, V. I.  A small ,aiea has been laid off   in town lots which-are now offered  at    LOW   PRICES   AN    D ON   EASY TERMS.  The  future  of  the   Cowiehan      District   and   Vancouver   Island  will   evceed  expectations  and   this  is ���������>. good chance  " ���������   a safe and  profitable   investment.  SEE FLANS AND PRICES  Agents, J. STEWART J. H  WHITTOME  Ladysmith,   V.  I.  Duncans,     V.  I.  ������������f*^^"^-? ������������������������������������-���������-      '    '-j i *��������� V-^r-irVI1 n^BiiiiillMiiririTrct  iiliiilliiliiiiitiTiiiTrisisTfir--"*^^  5  rafissaaa iiifi  iirnihi;..  LENZ & LEISER  WHOLESALE DRY       GOODS,  STANLEY DOLLAR IN PORT  MANUFACTURERS OF  LIGHT     WEIGHT,   SUITABLE   FOR   SUMMER  WEAR.  DEEP PLEAT A Nil)  FRTLL.  ALL LENGTHS FOR  95 Cents Etch  -   A   GOOD  SKIRT  AT  5*1.5j5.  WITH 3  FRILLS, TUCK 3D,  ETC.      ALL  SIZES.  DAYSDALE-STEVENSON  ladpili >tait .Mta'  Launch and Pleasure Boats of ������U  descriptions for Hire. Boats built  lo order and Repaired..Spoon, oars a  Speciality. '  IIARRUP AND HAYEDN.       '  BOAT     BUILDERS.  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUSAN  BLOSSOlT  None but Union Lab   Employed .  Tl. J. BOOTH, Prop.  HOTEL LELANO..  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and. re-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Qranville and Hastings  streets   Telephone, 1���������4.  " NOTICE  Co.   Ladysmith  Public notice is hereby given that  no person or persons shall cut' or remove any timber on Section 1, R. &,-  Cranbcrrv District, or any of myi  land adjoining' in .Bright-.district,, .or  ��������� trespassing, or they will be'prosecuted  according to law.  JAMES PATERSON.  Dated  July  11,   1905  GENTS'  FURNISHINGS,   ETC.  SHIRTS, OVERALLS, ETC.  VICTORIA, B. JC.  Captain      Rv.re and Chief  Engineci  WhiUvlull, of the SUnlcj   Dollar, weie  callers at  lhe     J edgei   Ollice  today.  The captain sjys (he treatment which  the Stanley  Dollai   leeeivod  at Honolulu   liifn the   Oovdiiment  customs  officeix, was no-i  at all nice     In fact  all possible impediments  were put in  tlieway of     the ship bunging the 50fl  Japanese     oici   <ls passcngeis.     She  was detlained      .seventeen days and   a  customs officer finally came over from  S.in Francisco     to clear her.     Some  $40,000 expense, in one way  and another  wns      inouiicd  and  some suits  are not yet  settled       It w.oul'd seem  as   though  very unfair  treatment was  moled  out   to  the  Dollar.     Tne sh p  is   Taking on      "Hunkd   coal  and will  sail   for San   Frnnu.sco   tomonow   at  noon.  ���������FOR THE STOVE  The    tickets      aie  all sold   loi the  laille of the stove foi   Uncle Ned.   It  will  lie  rallied  at ihe  Pretoria  Hotel  on Stutrrday euning, the 20th.   o   TENDERS  \V 11 be received by the undei signed  up to Saturday noon, August, 5th,  for the lowering of iMasonic Hall to  oiilcial giade. Plans and specifications loi woik to be done can "bo  seen at my residence any night aftei  fi p, m Lowest or any tender not,  necessarily accepted  MURDOCK MATHESON  NO  MINERS  HURT ^ : -  AT  BANKHEAD.  llankhe^l, N.W.T.,-July 28.���������There  seems   to ihe some  misunderstajtidirrg"  as to thenituie and place of iheac  ���������5  "What is the mallei with you?"  giowlid one of thc qu.u telle last  night dining the Ihi.n'leisloim, "you  have roiiiggcd and h.we lailioadctl  me up against it a couple of tunes.  Aien't 5 on feeling  well'"  "i\o,"  coniessed  No   Two,1  T want  to   gf)   home.   I���������I'm   not   at   all well,  and.   and   I'm   afraid   mv   lolks    will  be frighti-iki'I  at   the  liihlmiig.   Any,  way," headdol,   as   theie came     another   vnid  Hash   and   n, sharp  era^h  of   Ihuiulei,   "1   don't   want   lo       be  struck de-ad  with  a bum solo  in    my  hand."  "No    daii'jei,"  rl.uyod      Mip im.l-  lnii  If   '.oil    11  link  The  Iheie    is,   I'll  walloper   wilh-  .shuf    tlie"  llool   '  eicd.  No'.' Tlruv���������"it s   slr.i'ck  me three  limes   sti.uglil   alie-adv,   anl   iu������Pr *lj*  oneied   to Keep   it   oil   of ME."  "Well," said No Foui, slowly and  ponderously, "I'm not afi.iid, hut I  guess we belter all go home. I could  dodge an oiilmary flash of lightning  when 1 was \<.linger, bu! 1 m gettuii,  a lillle slow \iiuv,iv, decency die-  t.-iies thai, v.o go home and see I liar  our families are r.ot taking any  chances."  Shortly     afterwards   the   {luarieltc  wen-  safely   in   (heir   houses,   silting  on   chairs   wilb   (heir   feel  drawn    up  and   lhe (-hail's   standing   <>n   nou-von-  duclois.    rI'ii,>  landlord  scarcely *ilived   to look   up,   but   rushed   ii|>-sUurs  aiwl   crawled   in   between   1 wo   feather  beds.  And yet. no!   one oT them     were   at  all alarmed a.inul   ihe linTitAiing- I'bey  weii'   only   business   men  soiia.ble j.ti eautions.  FOR  RENT.  The hold  apartments of the Port-  L.inl     Hotel,      ccnisisling   of   twenty  u oils,      tnclnding   kiklun,   pantiy,  slote-rooms,   II   hediooms,   well   i'ui-  nished,   _'tc.    'lhe  house,   without   the  h.ir,  >v111  be leased by the umlersiin-  u.l   a I  very   reasonable   Kites      Call  and   look over   the  piemis'cs    A  good  boaid.ng  house  kiepei   can  do   well  ANGELO TATE,  Proprietor.  The Vancouver  police yesterday i e-  ceiM.il  a letter lioni   Alew   lUcK.ee, of  Dodger's   Co\e,   B.C.,   aihlivssM    to  .John      Stanley,     brothei   of   Walter  Stinley,  who disappeared from  Hani-  field   .leek  some   dn> s  aio    Mr    Me-  Kee states  vhat he had  hi en on iV'e-  Kto's place tn Mill   Island,  and found  l,V   trill   blown   down,   hlankjts    and  clothing  all   theie,  and nis  canoe  rn  the beach.    Mis axe  was nn-is-iij and  (hey   came   to [he < .m dusion     ij'   he  nasi   have  gone   :nlo      .> and  i.ir I   w nh   an acc-iiU-nl, lal.i n  v.ifli      cramps     while  bathing.       \  si a1 tli   parly   was   unable   to   nnd ;-iiy  tiaee ol  lum.  .., ,U ...V      -������._.>.       ������..._        , ������.        ...  .  culeiM  which 0ccuired n^ar Bankheadll  mines   on Monday   last.    ^  The facts '|  are  Uiesc    There  is a tunnel     running from the laikoad "to the mines,  and  lour men were engaged in blasting a reck cut ueai  this  tunnel.  Ow-i  ing   to   a'premature   discharge  ofdy-.  namite, tlucc ofthe'four men were in-1  stanfly  killed.J  Ii   will  thus be seen that the acci  dent  did  not  occur  in  the  mines at.  all,     but  some distance from  them. J  Not a cent's worth of damage    was  di,n_> lo the property, and no miners  weie nurt  or in any danger  whatever.    This   official, statement   i<? sent  out   to correct a misunderstanding of  the sad -  affair,   as  relatives of the  min   wi rking  here seem, to  be anxious   legaidin^   tleii   safety.  V  Original Root leer  Ah Wing & Co,  Merchant Tailors  Ladies' and Oents* Clothes Mad* to  Order.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTY VI  LADYSMITIV b!   C  When in n^cil of sLilioiiaiy e.-i'l al  Knight's bookstore and-he will irv  to bll your wa,nts.   . . n *���������  Till  .JAIWNKSE' Sl-WZE   A  0  To' io,     ..Iiilv  f:li.-a.me.|-   Lydiin,  f;ei/(.d    by   t-lie  Cboo.  T, \DYSMITII  STOVE  WORKS.  (In     Monday       thtee   oi   fo1'!-   new  hanibs   will   lie   addc-d   to   the,  foice  of  the.   Lady.smith   Slovc Works,   and hy  Christmas      time   the company   will  employ about -'10 men.   Yesherday (.ue  'customer   wanted   75   stovis,   and four  carloads   cf     d.a'dysiniih   stoves   iti'e.  ordered,   but     unfortunately,   cannot  Li;   iiiiiiiiiifactui'oil   in   time,   for   Vancouver   wholesalers   alone.    Beginning  with   next   month,   the  company   ex-  pod   to lie turning out from fid  to CO  stoves monthly,  a.u-,1  to  gradually lucre; se the'output.    It is  most .vati-3-  taking   re a-   factory   to    ladysmith   people   to see  the  work  going a brad   in such  good  sha'e.',   and   a class   of   work   fume-d  ,.nd  i|-es  air.li  mi-  Oo-  oiiI   that is a credit  to the cid  K-miAN  STEAMER'Province,   [or   the  stoves  and   r  2S.���������Tine      Ocnnan    so  far   turnc-d   out  hy   the  Lad  1,1'KMi  tons,   has been   Slo ..>.  and   Iron   Company   will  .Jnpa.nftse   near   Loo   pa.rc   favorably  with   any   in   th  , miuioii or. States.  ������*X������wfv������^fS*V**  esse?'  '?.-&��������� if*"*!?,  ;z--:^r������srf5sa^s,ss^^ag!=3tggK  ocr  BARGAIN TABLES FOB  SHIRTS and TIES  I  ENSE SNAPS  wrwm^.  Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  i  WILLIAMS   BLOCK.  _   __   _ TELEPHONE  8-7  iisiiisiisii    llilrisiiiisiT-TirisTTiil  A m.'������n named Christopher Jensen,  of (inenwii-h, Can., is walking ar-t  niiiid, so the reports say, with a broken neck. Ho ought, to he ashamed  of himself. E\cn in the wild west  we quit when our nocks ate broken. '   o   TO HARRISON,  NOT GRETNA GREEN  It was with depressing quietude,  not with wild halloes, it was in a  stateh car drawn by a strong C. 1*.  R engine, rnot in a smart buggy  drawn by a t uuning hoise, and'it  was in properly fitting garments ami  in company with a neat suit ease,  that the heio of an adventure recorded in these columns a week or two  ago.lvft Ladysmith Wednesday evening on his ari.mal vacation. Much as  ,ihey legretted paitiug with him, tlie  piominent business man, city official  and coi pulent gentleman <lid not  mount ,|jicy('lcs and attempt (o ar-  ,iest him in his journey. No; thc departure was anything but noisy. It  was very solemn, as solemn as the  occasion demanded and had it not  been for tho Iviggage. thc pioceedings  would not have been noticed.  Unaccompanied, except by the suit  case, and his friends'do not seem  afraid that he will lose that, and  they arc not betray.ngjthe anxiety  obvious o:i a proviou's:occasion when  be went, post' haste fa VaiieToiivcr Island's "Gretna -Green," our young  hero,, afler bidding a last, fond goodbye, mounted the platform and left  for  Harrison Hot Springs.  The occasion was not without sensation, but it is whispered that he*  intends doing something very sensational i-liortly, even mora sa than  taking a trip t'j Harrison.' As the  ���������train drew out Ihose people who have  good ears assert they heard him sing  the following wt'.l-known song, which  they consider prophetic'  "1 am longing lo he married,    '    !  For a bachelor I  have tarried  Rather long the ladies say.  Very  often    they've: regretteel,  That I  wasn't to be ntottcd.  But  soon  they'll   have  their  way.  I shall not rogret the action  For I'm .sure of satisfaction  And whrt!i' T come back to stay  ���������Tim's example T will take  A new start in life I'll make,  When T. feel inclined some day.  Chorus-  Some day, sonic day  You'll hear my fr ends all say  "Matrimonial endeavor  Ts'better late than  never,"  When I take Jim's advice some day.  One bottle  makes  two ^gallons  25c Nile  r  WANTS  There are many " Wan Is" required  by all housekeepers; but the most  desirable want is a good article at  the lowest price. We can supply  this 1'want" and will guarantee qual.  ity, otherwise the_goods can be returned     , *  HOUSEHOLD WANTS  BLUE RIBBON TEA  SOOGALLA  TEA  CHOW CHOW PICKLES  MIXRD  PICKLES  ASSORTED JAMS  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  FLOUR  LAKE OF WOODS  FLOUR  SNOWFLAKE  FLOUR  CALIFORNIA   CHEESE  EVAPORATED  FRUITS.  Try one pound of our FRESH GROUND  COFFEE   AT       40c.  r\  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  GAT ACRE ST.  LADYSMITH  W. G. Fraser  MerchanlTailor,  r ���������*  (ist Avenue) f  Spring Stock on hand. Call early and  get your choice.  FISHING TACKLE  Trowling Spoons in Abundance. Latest designs and goojd killers.  ' "    A Complete Stock ol Flys in. ALL VARIETIES.  ,.���������.-;'.,  ~, Balance of our, highclass Fishing Rods at "  35 PER[ CENT DISCOUNT  .  BUII MD 1D1M.  'PHONE   2-1 PHONE  21.  Mr.  R.   Williamson  returned  on    ihe  noon  train  from   Victoria. ;   o ������������������.  All  August magazines now in      at  Knight's  book store.  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  AN work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  Hl#i St.  Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS..  SEALED   . TENDERS,; superscribed  "Tender for school house," .will be  received by the undersigned up to  noon of Tuesday, the 1st ��������� August,  t'JdS, for the election'and "completion of a large one-room frame school  hoi.se on Lot 12-,, Oyslet District;  Vancouver Island. ���������-'������������������'���������-'  Plans, specifications, contract and  foi ms of tender may be seen on and  afler the 21th . July,, 1)105, at -the  ofliee of Stephen. Kenyan, Esquire,  Secretary of the School Board, Lady  smith, and at the Lands and Works  Department,   Victoria,  B:  C. ' ������������������"���������  Each proposal must be .accompanied by cash or an-.accepted "Hank  caeqiie or certificate '.of deposit on a  charleied bank of Canada, made pay  able lo the undersigned, in the sum  ol vr>u, which shall be forfeited ' if  the party temleiing .decline to enter  into contiact when called upon to do  so. The cash, cheques or certificate  ot deposit of unsuccessful tenderers  v.ill he returned to them upon the execution of the contract. The success  mil tti.dcier-.' *A:ilbe requited to'fur-  iiisb a ! ond hi midland two sureties  in (he sum uf $oOC each for due I'd  fiinient o' tV; work contracted for to  the "satisfaction of the Honourable  ���������the Chief Commissioner. Upon the  execution of the bond the cash, cheque or certificate of deposit above  mentioned will be returned to the  eon tract or.  Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,  nnd signed with the actual signature  of the ��������� tendere I.  The lowest or any tender not nec-  cssnrilv accepted. ..    .    .  .   W.  S. GORE,  Deputy Cormiiissioner of Lands and  Works,  i amis and  Works Department,  Vielniia,  U.  C,   20th July, 1������05.  The next Drawing for the  WHITE SWAN  CRWOPHONE  WILL-TAKE PLACE  ON  'lllll  AT 4 p.m., at JOHN BTCK   LE'S  STORE.  Every 2"i-Cent purchase of White    Swan     Soap     entitles you to a  ticket in the drawing for this high grade gramophone. /  OUN^  NEW BROWNING AUTOMATIC.SHOTGUN   AT  LADYSMITH HARDWARE^ CO., Ltd  Ofiariie   Dunn  MERCHANT TAILORS  ���������NEW SPRING" AND "SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVED.  Charles Dunn, of the above firm, v isits Ladysmith every Sunday for th*  purpose of taking measurements and seeing customers personally. May  be seen at the Hotels." We guarantee all stock and a perfect fit at tne  lowest possible rates." Suits from $15.00 up. Pants from $1.00 up. A������  Hand-made. Full line of the Latest supplies ALWAYS earned by Mr.  Dunn. ' ���������     '��������� rt        . '  1 I    I I  ONE  HUNDRED   ACRES   OF   LAND   IN THE CEDAR  ""    .     -" ���������   - \ DISTRICT  HAS BEEN PLACED vV ITH ME  FOR SALE  FOR A LIMITED TIME AT  $265  I HAVE TWO SHEEP FARMS ON ONE OF THE GUI,!' I'SLANDS  - Jj>450 buys, the two  JOHN 5TEWART P.O.Box 268  CONVEYANCING:.:... NOTARY   PUBLIC,  I  /]  ssaa;-'.  v Why Buy From Peddlars?  if you can get first-class goods    at     low  prices rrom  a relifuble  hoiise at home.   The  peddlars that call here try .to ^ct rid of such  trash as  they cannot- sell at    home.  If you get an article from    a  reliable firm you are sui-'c tliat  the goods  are  as  represented,  and  you are not satisf.ed  you have .something; to Fall  back  on as we  are here since this  town  was    first  star led,   ami hold   our  reputation   as    a-first-class   house.    Wo-carry nothing in our line -but the  best quality of. goods and sell   on  small  profits,   as   our   exurn-ies  are small.    We jiave no *at s salaries  to pay ans no travelling expenses     CaH and compare our prices and our goods, and donjt be  deceived.  B.FORCIMHER  WATCI1MAKBR,   JEWELER, OPTICIAM  First Avenue,   X   X   X      Ladysmith,   B. C  Stoves]  We are making them of the Newest    Pattern and LatesJj  Styles.  WE DO ALL KINDS OF FOUNDRY WORK  Our Prices are Rea������ona  hie  SEE OUR   NEW STOVES IN BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  L\DY3.1irrf IR3N& STOVG WJRKS CO,, LTD.

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