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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jul 30, 1906

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Array FISHING PARTIES  ENJOY TBIP T8  COUG&P  -*���������*-  Cowiehau Gap, July 29.���������  Salmon fishing at this Gap is., now  at its best. There lia\e been 'ciuilti, a.  few parties camping at tlus place.  Theie was one'" Austa'alran .y&utl'emam  who says he nevci enjoyed the lod  so much in his lile. It was a:  pleasure  to see him :land  lish 50   to  ESTHER MITCHFLL  RECEIVESLETfERS  FROM S1RIHGERS  Seattle, July 30.���������Esther Mitchell  still continues tp receive letteis fiom  people with whom she has no a.c-  itlMaii'taiice, gum-? her advice as������ to  thc future. ' To all Pf these she  pa\s but'little a! toiUoii; and after  neadiim   them  listlessly turns     them  CO  pounds.,   "No place like this,'' he  .says.     There rwas also a laige' pai-jovei  to her jaileis.-  Lty     of    ladies    and gentlemen fiom-j    c^  IS apparently nob evincing'the  Vancouvei,  .who   enjoyed 'theinsalves'^^^ interest ������������ hei  case" and op-  foi a  few days anditook away cpjityj     "        - *       , ,���������f  ', r���������.'ii������  _   .^   ~r  ,;.*;.   ���������..,, .������f,n.���������n^������M, ������������������.Jpeais absolutely iiidiflenmt. asto the  Yesterday  two lct-  a lot of fish; and "still' another pai  ty from Victoria,, who foeaid of Uio ' final, disposuion  good V.shmg r at ^tlie ,Gap. /Attei a ' tus weie ieoci\ied.- (hie-was'i from a  stay of a couple of'days, they left J correspondent, who vvuule* under'date  -l-p bring a big Party,' as they ^say'iof July 27 ftom'K&imlale a'mL'signed  this is the only place among- the is- the name of������ AiUiui Chapin. In the  landsfffor''good., sport���������hsluiij     and)   lottei   Missel itohpll is advisod as In  ibathing���������as'ddiere is a line teach outside. - ���������   , - \ "       -      I 7.   1  Air. Brecse.-Mr. Jos Silver, 3Vl*i. E,  CiockjC'r, Mrs'. Downs, Aliss 'Winslowe,  Mrs. Wrckens, "Tracy/Downs, 'CLuie  Downs, IMax, Downs, j all of Vancouvei, spent^ tlie- week end at; the  Gap and 'enjoyed the fishing ������ immensely.  They caught    31 salmon and,'   were  blii; course"she should, pursue whin  hen case is called'Ru trial She-,is  told, to stand 'ii[iiarely on - the mioi i ts  oi thc _cas������ and mate the. Lest fight  possible befoie the courts, and then  in'thc event of eoiivtiction to go tLa  the pemjcitiiaiy and aftci,waids ask  executive clement v at the hands of  'the governor. ,    * .   ^ v  Another epistle is  from ;> Mis. El-  well  pleased  with    iUic    fishing,    as' innui   Randall,    of  Whitman .avenue-  well as the friendly way, they "'wei������  Element,  who -expresses .her  svmpa-  receivod iby  Mr. Allison, ligiid-keepni. ' thy  a,nd  quoles  seycral < passages,   in  [iThey intend spendingimany vacations \ the* Bible for Alnss Mitchell to  lead  p-at the Gap, as they say  of all the  places this is the only place amonlgsl'  the islands-for sport.  There,is '"quite a lot of shooting  going on aiound here /and it -is Lime,  isomemie ��������� was looking after those  folks.   \Tlaef, are'.mostly  fishcranen,  When tho time c^mes for "ili>->  Miitobcll to ] lend in com t ^omoriow  she will probably, be rep resented by'  counsel iiom Oiegpn C V, ,' Hint,  father of A1 is Ciefeld', has .written  to Attorney 'Silas Shipley that t he  will he in Seattle at r that time and  who'get driven across., \ It seems to  will arrange for^ tlie deleiisc   of, the  be game-they are'after and not fish. Itwo women.       -     ���������,,...,     -   -" ,  v. rH-,   \,  .W0XIAMS'--WONJiirr--r-.->-  ��������� : FIGHT ON A FOUL  Some dissatisfaction was expressed scionco and speed   as moio oi editable  at the Athletic Club last evening over tho decision ol Jieielec Chute in  giving tjhe light to Williams on u  loul in the seventh tound, but iiiujju  estionably he was tulli justified in  touch decision as Claike bail oltond-  ed in a similar mannci on se\eial  occar>ions in tho luecedm-g i omuls  and was wainod more than once.  Clarke came to Nanaimo .with a  long record oi lights and victom*-.  to his credit and he certainly ha*,  some claim to distinction m the  Saine but. it is r.oi cleverness, or  upeed or science nor any ol tho arts  t,hat go 'to give boxing the high  jplace it occupies with the majouly  ol Britishers. liathei be is a slugger  who depends on his ability to stand  punishment and in tho mshes which  constitute his most oftensivc metb-  I od   of    fighting He   hits      wildlj,  sending his hands m all .. directions  Besides tihis he has a habit ol taking  quick short aim jabs in the clinch.  These tactics aie poor substitutes,  for the fine points of the inaiiLv  art and when one eonsideis CLuLe's  method of defence the juclgvinent  must be even further against', him.  Ho displays no footwork or feinting.  no sidestepping, not even the primitive method of knocking a blow a-  side, but always ...and only \ stands  ' stockely ' in *the ''.'-'ring, with* 'head  down nnd face and" body covered  '.with gloves and amis., an imitation  of tho Bi-itt crouch; cvnd while in this  -position" takes : all' that his "opponent 'can give,, and endeavors *t o come  out of the, position with u.n upper,  cut to his opponent's   body.  Clarke is a ��������� sturdy lad n������d wtn  take, lots- of punishment, but when  that is said in his .'favor .all is, said,  he certainly/.���������'.displays', none of tho  arts   that   go to 'make boxing 'an ad-j appealed   i  .   ���������-..- ..- .    .  '.' ��������� "; '. - "an,    interes  and montoi ions tiian pmr brute endurance ' At the close oi the second  louuel toi > instance lie gave an exhibition oi  speed  that hi ought   roitb  c  loud applause. Claike 'was in his  cuatomaiy cioiichmg .itliludo and  tionwg in at Williams- while tho lat-  tei \\di cnlica-ioung to see an opening at which to hit t Finally he  'eciued it ' b.\ a lightning upper  cut thai cau^hl CLiiKe's face lw-ioio  Ins gloves could got theie to cover  up Willianis' punch was a good slid"  one and knuoLcd Claike upi ight and  the \ustiali.m boy took lull advantage c>i the position to get in some  of his fine; woik aiJd CLitkc wa.s hit  (ivo t ma s. in the space of about five  second, while lus onl\ ltcouise was  to agtuu. ci ouch and bote in Williams punches, however didn't soom  to liave the nocessaiy si earn to  make the impie<-oiuii they should  have, and Clarke in the 'next i ound  made some buldog- uishos ,1 hat proved him  si ill    ficsh   and   -joweiful    t  Thus the lif;ht went on for six  lounXls, with Williams infinitely sup  ciioi In ever.s Ihing but slingth and  ui.ilu.ance and j\eu in ihy.se show ing  up remark ably well. Tho seventh  round w.as opened by 'Clarke by  .some vk'ioiis swings, wh ich ^.. .Williams avoidi-il, partly'"'by rci renting,  and when too near lhe ropes by a  clinc'h. lu the. iiiiddlc oi the round,  kowevc-r, Clarke i.pcncd his guard  sullleiontfy foi- Willianis to semi in  a hot. one that 'found Clarke's jaw  with siuh force thai he was )d.ainly  slagffoix-ci; 'lowering- his lieatl again  he went /doggedly* in and the 'nvix-  up ended   in   a clinch ��������� in -' wliioK,Cln'rlcc  muleiwaljly, fouled   Williams ?hy;. hitV  SIX ARE hOW  IN J IL FOR  GOLD ROBBERY  Fairhanl.s, July S0.-A1. P. Kelso  for foui >cars head bartender at the  Hotel Taeoma, later employed by the  RaiiiK-r-Gtaiid, in Seatlle, is ' under  aircst on suspicion of being, one o!  the gold robbers, also II. E. Kelso,  his younger brother, and R, McDon-  aid, which,makes six men in all who'  aie now in jail on lhi& charge.  The amount recovered near George  Raphael's caihin is $8,000. Ofticeis  say Miller was the leader of the  gang He-had^been working as a  waiter ion the loats -lc-ft--* tnojigli to  get familiar with the conditions.  Tjlre first rotebery occurred on the  s teamer' Tanana. The, gold was,, ex-  tiactcd and shot put in, two bricks  being left to make up the -weight.  The box was-then reseated, and the  wax was stamped rwth a dime, giving a fail imitation of a; hank,stamp  The purpose of this was to let it  go thiough, *-to Seattle before lierng  discovered in order, do give the  rob'.ers plenty of time in which to  cutaway with the sikmIs Tiiey"*jthenV  sent back the stolen gold to Fairbanks on the Ta������ana.  After the transfer of the box to  the Ida May, the second robbery at  Fort Grb'Lpn,-of which "Hard Rock"  Tague and Miacd*fnald are accused,  spoiled their, plans i This was noto1*/  their program and made them take  to cover hurriedly. >About $61,000 of  tho gold is still missing, hut the officers think they, will recover it.  SWIMING  CONTEST  I" ^  _.. i     .    . . J. ' * r       ^--   v.^w*-������ -  ^Numerous ��������� inquiries have been received at this office regarding the  swimming contest to' take place in  Victoiia on Aug. 25th, which was  men Ironed in these columns on Saturday Following is the programme  of events. 1st, Relay lace, three  men in team, 50 yards; 2, Premier  McBndc's medal contest m rescuing,  3, Diving contest. ,    r  There are various otlier events on  tho piogTamme which have not as yet  been announced, b"t> further particulars may be ascertfaaned by applying  to Mr   I   St.- Clair, Victoria.  THREE KILLED  SIXTY INJURED  ���������ting''him   in  the    body, severalUii'^  tho  n$i&v^ahd'  Thc   referee  . pari eel  mirable   spart  Williams on the contrary in as  pretty *a boxer as one could wish -s^c-nte.  to see; It, is'- hardly possible that  he should ever become a ��������� champion.  for he don't seem to.have the knock  .out punch so reqjunsile.-to '. fighters-in  these days when the ."punch'' is lhe  last court of appeal in such'inn Iters,  neither docs he appear to have tbo  build for endurance, as he is tall  and slender, but his foot a������d hand  .Work are -really pretty to see and  h������ hai evidently been trained In a  school of ring specialists that regard  ic   reieieu  . pin leu.   .'���������"������>  ..���������"w*5V.V; ��������� .  jaled:' to  Chief  Cro-'san1w*^wai  interested   front   seat  ,sP|������^?^j:  Would' you    .stand"'foi'   t}%V*^!--f^l^^;|.T  "I have nothing t-O-n.0-"^vttij;it,'V5i|i^  i-cVcd''the   chief.       "-^.".j^-^v-.." ���������"'':'**',  i-Vi-Vi  '���������',��������� .Thus thrown on hi*i,;0^^'^qui^  the referee decided that*niV; Ha'dvldsf  on   a   foul,  and the cold est   ended.".  Kiel 'Mvrifield  For   the   preliminary  did   not  show   up  nnd    Tom  went,  on' with   Ritchio  for  six rounds  and showed up vvoll again  and seieneed opponent.  .   There   was a poor crowd     and     a  small purse to divide among the con-  Ten gue  Los Angeles, July 28.���������A local  Southern Pacific passenger train ran  into a Sieira Madie electric car of  tho Pacific Kvectiic Road at Oneon-  ta station crossing' near Pasadena,  killing three persons and injnrying  sixty, several probably fatall>, The  injuiecl were brought ,to a. hospital  here Thc dead and most of the in*  jured were passengers on thc electric  car, all being icsidents of Sierra  Mad re  The conductor of thc electric car  stepped fiom his car just beiotc  reaching tho crossing, and went  ahead to see if the crossing was  clear. Ho did not sec the' train approaching- rapidly around a .curve  and signalled the niolornian to go  ahead. . Thc locomotive struck the  street car in; the middle,' lifted _. it  from the trucks and carried it 200  feet down the track. Passengers  were hurled in every direction. , The  locomotive and rhe .first .coach 'of she  train    ran   into   a-'ditch.  ���������' _; _0_��������� .-  UNl^TEI..LIGIBLE.   "'"'" ".';.  "I   am  told, .prolossor,    that   y|*>fti  .'have mastered '.nearly'.all  of the mo'  GOES TO  IHE BOTTOM  - Vancou\ er, J uly '28 ��������� f Spec nil)���������  While btcainmg along in tho MCinay  of Gampier Island, Howe Sound,  last night, the tug Siipc-nor of this  ���������port stiuck an unclnu'tered rock and  went    down  in   a  ver.v   lew   minutes  The vessel struck with such lorcu  tliut��������� tlje ciew expected thai she  would 'foundei, and they accordingly immediately set aboul g������-tt ins  1h������-ir boat clear. livery man on the  tug got in the boat, and she wai.  got away fiom 'fhe sinking tug's  side - to prevent  an accident  Details of the abair aie incomplete,  but if is known that those on board  the tug when she sti tick are ol tho  belief that she is Iving in about  forty feet   of wat<-r on a locky shelf  WINS K.WlCTOB}^  OVER HILLSiL^S  -������^- ������^%-  Nanaimo 19;   Hillsides C.        '   which     from    the spectators' stand-  Tire Nanaimo baseball team   added   point was  too one-sided fo he in,ter-  anothcr game to  its long list m* vie-  esljng  tonca on  Sundav,   ^������ ^ ���������*���������     The "features of U,c game w^as   the  strong Hillside team of Victoria into  c-rnip by  the score/of  19 lo 6. ���������  j exceptionally strong h-atling of Green.  The visiting toam was tlie strong-(well and Wilkinson for tlie home  est that has represented the Hill- team, 'the former seeming three safe  sides this season, and they came up rlt& an:j a saenfee out of six times  with the deternnnation to cveif up'Uj, a(, i^at, 0r a total of 600 i������r  on the Nanaimo team far their sue- cen(( wiuie the latter, in six times  cessive list of defeats inflicted upon'Up atlUat, walked once, and batted  Wiem. ' 'out four safe hits, a total    hatting  Oniv onoe in the gamp did the visi- ' jjeicentage ol-800.  tois have tins lead, and  that was in . r        The   Score.  the fiist  innuii;.    Victoria went    to       Nanaimo  bat first     and, succeeded in pushing  T> Aitken, c  two luns across tire plate.  McQuade,  Gerard,  If.  first man up was given his base on  Gordon, 3b  hall-3,    Miller being a trifle unsteady  Graham, 2b.  at the start     Watlett, the visitor's Mailer, p.  ...  A.B R H. P.O. A. E.  -'  ' slircip:on IS HEROIC  Vienna, July 30 -Prol Von- Eisol-  lierg', Hie noted surgeon ol the Vienna university, "alter peitiming two  diflicult orciaiions tor appendicitis,  surpriseil'liis assistants bv ordcimg  iliem to clean' the opcia,tnig tmble  and make" piejuiations   loi   n   third  fatai second baseman, came forward  'with a timely srngle, advancing McQuade w ho lvad previously stonel second, to thrid Jeffs, next came to  the bat.'and Millor gav������ him a start  on the bags by soal.ing him in the  nhs with a pitched boll. A couple  of |urcy errors on the fart of tiha  locals hud McQuade and Watlett had  scoied,  givingc^the visitors the  lead  o,perat.on,/a....ouncmg himself   lo   he -^ ^^ 1w> f<) ni,  the patient  The home team did tiot take   long,  m'oved, 'coriobor  bei'g's opinion as to lire necessity t>������  an immediate ojeiatton which was  successfully performed.  It seems th������������'' some weeks ago the  professor experienced symptoms of  appendicitis * and last gught had an  alarming attack-. He 'came to 'the  univeisity determined to be operated  upon but owing to the danger m the  other eases decided to peifoi>m the  operations'"himsclf.  ���������     ^J *  J, ,\THE-DUTY ON GOAL.  (Toionto Globe)  In the appioachuig revision of the  tarjff tlie government should tatc a  decisive attitude m favoi of the removal of the coal duties Foi the  jear ending with June, J903, ou an  importation of 4,176,271 Ions of s0ft  coal, valued at $8 002,896, wc paid  in duty V2,20<>,283. As a-titluacite  coal is free, tins Lugo coiilrijlrjition  may bo legarded as a special impost oil the liuwiiVactoning industries ol Canada, an impost falling  chiefly on Ontaiio, but extending to  Quebec andMaiutoibii. The nianutac-  tureis may be reluctant to press for  relief fiom tins ta\, as they aie  seeking general rrnieases m the tariff for then own benefit. But the  Government is hoiuul by the tiadi-  tions ot the Lutveial paity as well  as .by a right view of the economic  situation to correct abuses and adL  just inequalities by loweung and not  by urcreasrrrg tairft imposts. While  a general incnease rn tlie duty on  manufactuied good)-, would liiuden  agriculturo and othei self-sustauung  lndustiies, and would piovoUc an  outbreak of discontent now consider  ately withhold, the icmoval of the  coal dut es could afford qqual oi  greater advantages to thfj maiiufac-  tiiinrg mdustiiies, while l&ssenrng instead of increasing thc cost of man-  ufacUued pioilucts to the geneial  public.  Ait one lime there was an effective  .oL������tacle rn the vvay ot the i.omoval  of the coal duties, the money being  urgently needed by the federal government. This obstacle lias been  removed, by the statesmanship of the  Liberal government, and now ahuoy-  iant revenue with extensive surplus  not only permits, but in a measure  necessitates the removal of this taxation. The public should profit directly by the increasing revenue, and  there can be no more practical method of 'distributing the profit than  by tho removal. of. this .unnecessary  revenue tariff.- Some of the output  of   the  No'v'a  Scotia ��������� coal' mines    is  ctern-languages."    - .--��������� increased  in price by the duty,    and  All' but two.     My  wife's     when   there would naturally    he  a  lpqjiest  she; .talks  to  the, baby., and the rail;   for compensatory-favors if the.   duty  was removed. It is claimed that tho/  dirty ' on; coal comi'cnsa.tej''' tlie. maritime provinces for' the protection accorded the wheat,! flour and farm pro-  The obstante,   who    were   deeply I lQ pmi        ^ ������t  wed,'conoborated Plot  \ on f-.ispl- i ,_,.._   '.    %      .   ,      . __ _.   ..  ioa'dibrali'sman's.' 'r-Milvvaiikiee' Sehti-  >f%:  "���������.festants.-. '.���������",. .--'���������������������������  *;^i|i>'the above account is as our reporter snw- the contest, .it*- is only  fair to Clarke \o state that ninny  of those who saw tho fight Miitnk  that, the foul shonld.not have been  called, and claim that Willianis also  st his -agile "struck" unfairly, and had the-contest  continued Clark . '.stood the best  chance of a win. Those who saw the  go  will jurigo for themselves. ���������  Little,  s.s.   . .  GreenweH, r.f.  J, 'Aitken, Lb.  Wilkinson, c f.  Total  Victoiia  McQuade, lb.  Watlett, 2b.    .  Jeffs, c f    . . ,  Anderson,  3b  LeRoy/r.f.  .  Tuson, c.  Luseomte, 1 f  Peden, s s. . .  Mcllmoyl, p.  1  1  3  2  ,0  3  2  3  ��������� I  2  L  1  2  0  2  3  Oi  4  li3  0  -2  6  0  0  0  ' ?���������  o'  48   19   15     217,   10  8  A.B. R. It ITU). A. E  3  4  3  3  2  4  4  4  4  Total  dm iii g then first chance ,at bat,  Geiaid and Goidon scored, the latter having pieviously ibeen gfiven his  Inst or balls by jMcIlmoyl, the opposing slabman.  Fiom   the    fust   inning thc   homo  team was ne very in i danger, scoring; in ' Nanaimo .  every inning, and making a runaway  match of  the   game   after the third  inning.  The visilois could do nothing with  "Millei, who allowed only four scattered hits. ���������- Out of theii total, Watlett secured two, and Jeffs' and Tu-  ,son one each.  Fifteen  stiikc-outs,  and  only   four  Juts    allowed,     backed    up  by good 110; Victoiia 4  support tells  the story of the game,      Umpire���������Fred Gouge  0  2  '1  0  0  1  0  0  0  r>  5  1  3  1  6  2  1  1'  '0  1  0  1  0  1  <y  3  3  0  3  1  *2'  o-  2  1  '3  2  9   13  . 31-11     4    24  Score by Innings. ���������-  2215313 2 x���������19  Hits      .      .0314 1222 x���������15  Victoria      2 0 2 0 0 10 1 0���������6  Hits .10 10 0 0 0 1 "U-t'  Summary ���������Earned runs, Nanaimo  Miller. Bases on balls, off, -Miller,  fi. Home run, ^Graham. ,*Wildl pitch.  3, Mcllmoyl 4. Hit by pitched ball,  Jefis. Struck 0ut by Miller, 15, Mcllmoyl 3.    Left    on basis, Nanaimo  ELEVEN NANAIMO  (AMHUAIIS PASS  IXAMINATIQN  \ictoiia, July 23,���������(Special )' ���������  JMatncuLiticm losults were given out  this evening Vancouver's average is  do p. c , winch is the exact average  oi the w hole- pt ov iuco. Uossland is  lowest with 25 per cent , and Victoria highest with oO per cent ,. Results ot candidates who passed are  as lollows Victoria. '$0, Cumberland,  2, Nels������u, 8, Uossland, 1, Grand  Forks, Ti- Kaslo, 1; Vernon, 4, Kev-  elsfoive, G, Katnloops, 2, Chdliwack,  h, New Westminster, 8, Nanaimo 11,  \ ancouvcr, 44., total, 121.  T-he highest standing is by Margar  et Isabel Gladstone, daughter of ltev  T W. Gladstone, and distant relative of the vate W t"* Gladstone. She  kad   S8   [iei   cent.   o   "1 thought you said champagne  would flow like watei at one of  Coppcigilt's idiniLcis,' said the diflicult guests.  ���������"iWell," answered ,\Hi charitaiblei  roan, "yem see he coniesj'from apart  of the country where they depend', on  irrigation and water is scarce adn  precious.''���������Wasliiington Star.  if coiiipensaUoii Ire necessary it can  lie'given, in a. ���������general lowerinig of  such -tariff rates as do hear heavily  on the maritime provinces.  A proposal vvhich is im.|>eded hy, the  necessity of American compliance in  the 'compensation of the maritime  provinces by a treaty of reciprocity  in coal. Such a treaty would bej of  .great advantage to both co-iiintrr^e*,  and every effort should he made to  secure it. The opening of the American market would be no advantage to our coal mining comtinanics,  uulesi.s it were insured for a term of  WILL BUILD  AT DFADMAN'S  ISLAND  Vaacouvor, B C. Juhj 28 ���������(Spec  ial)���������Not oply will Mr Theodore L.114  gate start withm a few weeks to elect a sawmill on Deadman's Island^  but his original scheme will be extended to include- other manufacturing plants, possibly a drydock and  furmtuie factory.  This is tho news obtainable in  Vancouver today, coming from personal friends of Air Ludgate who  are conversant with his plans, which  have been awaiting the Privy Council decision gi\en yesterday, confirming the D������mrnion gove*enme������t in,  tho ownership of thc island.  Hfc friends declare that Laidgato  has no intention other than fulfill  his end of the lease made seven  years ago, and on the other hand  they say that the government has  no intention but to cairy out absolutely its part of the agreement in  giving possession of thc island to  Ludgate for "sawmill, manufacturing nnd industrial purposes, according to the terms of the instrument  made and executed   seven years ago.  ducts of Ontario. This may have years. They vvonld not incur, the ex  .been lhe view when the tariff was'pense of opening connections unless  imposed, but it can scarcely >'** sus-jthey had art assurance tliat their  tained by the present situation, 'market would not be closed by sonic  Such benefits-as are conferred by tbo transient whim or: agitation. Recip-  coal duly fall to the mining 'compan- 'r0city in coal should be the aim in  ies, and cannot com*p>.msatcv the work-*, the Dointiilonr''governiiv.?nt., hfut if that  ers nor: the general' puiblic for any canno t be obtaimed we should secure  burden that the tariff may impose. suc.h-benefits-as; are-within our reach  And the tariff has' little or no ef- by r;emOTing the"existing coal duty.'  feet on the price of farm   products,.  ' ' .  BUTCHERS BEST  WEIGHT GUESSERS  Butchers are' the world's best  weight guesserjfi The butcher's diflicult trade gives hihi a skill .in weight)  guessing that is almost incredible.  It is a common- .place thing in a  meat shop to see ' a hutoher ..seize  hold of a huge red rQUhd: of ���������hej&.and;.-;.-  slash off with a. great laiife*:four '  pounds just, or two and a! halE  pounds just,, or six pounds just, &cf  cording to the order.  The buyer of meat Wants to', get tfao  weight    he asked  for, no more,    no  less,  and he    wants this weight   to,  be in     one    piece,    not in one   big  piece and two or three little ones.  To satisfy thc buyer, the .butcher  has been comipelled to acquire extraordinary skill in judging just how  ranch, a certain portion of a round  of. meat weighs and an cutting off '  that portion smoothly and accurately .���������.New  Orleans Titaies-TJemocrat!,.:  '.-  f T '���������,?<*  THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER;  ,  .. ,-^^V  TtOAiLV LEDbEK  rubliibBi  every   day. except Sunday  ���������BY-  TIIE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  ��������� One Year (In advance) $5.00  One Month  - .:. -  50 ^  1906-  MclNNES  APPOINTS   BOARD.  Esquimalt   St Nanaimo iffllway  STEAMSHIP SCHEDULE  I.ING CONIE  Dawson. July 2S.-rrcbidcnt Chil-  berg and Dnector-Ueneral Nndeau,  of tho Ahiska-Yukon-Pacilic Expos-  Horn, arrived in tho city Tuctd.iy.  They will remain hero u weok and  then   go on to Fairbanks.  There   \Wt has   aroused   the   Keenest     intercbls   In the exposition and  an advisory board  will be  oi'ganr/ed  in a  mw days.      The -visitors  called  on   Gov. Mclanes and  other Paw son  citizens  who have   taken  an     active  ���������part in the city's plans for the fair,  and    tho  matter   was   discussed     at  length.     Wednesday   evening   a  meeting was held   at the Athletic     club  which, afler addresses by' Messrs. *NV-  deau      and   Chilbcrg     and  prominent  Dawson mer, pledged  its hearty .support to the fair.  Governor    Mclnnes   has   announced  the  following   permanent    board     of  advisory   directors for Dawson:     Dr.  Alfred    Thompson,      member   parliament;   Judge   Dugas,   chief     'Justice;  Major  T.   j.' Wood,   commander      ol  "Mounted Police; E.   C.  Scnklcr,  'gold  commissioner;   R. A. Turemio,  French  consul and a heavy real estate holder;   Dr.    A.   V.   Arido;   -ace     French  consul; J. T. Lithgow, comptroller ol  the  territory;   J.   C.   Giropard.   territorial registrar, D. A. Matheson, man  a-ge-r     Dawson     Water  Co.,: Edward  Simpson,    Manager    White      Channel  Hydraulic Company;  Charles R.  Set-  tlemier,    journalist;   Gcorg-c     Black,  lawyer;   Tott   O'Brien,   railway    contractor   and  capitalist;   Henry      }!<*-  'Aulay,  merchant,   and    qha.rlcs   Mac-  Donald, clerk supreme court.  United Stale's  was disposed   to take  over the   Gelapagos islands",     payim  Kuiador    ���������J.S.OOO.OOO       in   gold      for  them,   'and   roeogm/ms      Ecriundor s  sovfiignity    o\er   Iho   islands.       Mr.  Tloosoxclt replied   that he would m-  onimend    the  proposal    to   Congress  nnd was sme it  would he a<*u'i>U'Ct of  fering to appoint the   Arncnr.ui n.'m  isier    to    continue  negotiations ^   at  Quito.     A few days later Jos. W.  J  Lee,   the  American Minister  to     Ec  qiiador arrived in Kcquailor.    It   nP  pmrs   thai   the      Alvaro  revolution  v.hich   resulted  in the' overthrow   of  Senator    Garcia   ^nded   the  negotin-  tions.     The   ofiicial    paper calls  Sen-  or    Garcia    and  his  ministers   traitors    for  trying    lo   sell   part   of   thc  national teiritory.     The negotiations  with France are said   to have been in  torruulcd   owing   to the   belief   that  tho United   Slates would not consent  to   a   European power   acquiring the  islands.     A  meeting was held at Qui  i,o,   tbe  capital   last  night    <o     protest against   thc action taken I'm* Se  nor Garcia and his ministers.  The   successful   team    in  tbe   Machine .      .  Drilling contest recently held at Phoenix '   .  B  C .was from the Gold Drop  Mine  of ,'  the Granby Consolidated,, consisting < ot    j:  Messrs.   Matheson  and    McQnoid,  who  drilled 9 feet, i% inches in the tunc limit  The Steel Used by the Winning Team was  . MORTON & GO'S  i ' ' <���������  B 6. DRILL STEEL  sole agents:  . G. PRIOR & CO. ID.  Who carry a Large Stock'Octagonal ahd'Ribbed     <  Id all Sizes at. ���������    ,,'''.,'.'  123'Government Street. Victoria, B. C.  , ���������-.'  .P.R.I3S4 :' '���������   ':'  EFFECTED E JULY, IS.  S. S. JO  Sails from  Lad>sm,ilh for Vancouver every Tuesday at  0 o'clock a.m.  1 Sails  from Vancouver foi- Ladyk.nl th every   Monday ' and   Tuesday, at  1-30 p. m. _ /     -^       __'   ' ���������   ��������� . -  Oeo.lv. Courtney,  District Pnssoiigov Agent  58 Government St. "Victoria, B.C.    ���������"or a cool, refreshing^  BATH  During the Summer  Months Call on   THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Pallors, etc.,    IJi&h  Street  ���������grfMCMMSBMnaXX  ;ss5SS555^-f*3������������'������=������J������������������������<������=3������--  A. party 0< oaslo,��������� ��������������������� .>���������������,'">  'p������'''SJ>--���������  ������"������'������rt-   k������-<���������������  ..    Lh  ������-<��������� ���������    A   .-������������*-> ������.   .. ������o������*d  *.���������*. *-*>-���������  hunting  try)  has  been arm aged    by | places  W*mKl*on'-< Bay Company that will  take the  steamer 11^^   ^AushlTanrt V   Sargent  of   -Chi-  'ihe   Sl.eeua    River   to the     SticKin.^  for  thc  purpose.   Assembling   in  Vic-.cago.  Among these will be- J. A.  Teit, of Silence's Bridge, who' has  been' engaged  by  Baron Von, Ha6en?  SENSATION IN SOUTH  AMERICAN AFFAIRS  (Associated" Press)  Guayaquil,   Ecqiiador,    July     2S.���������  Tho  government  newspapers     have  caused a sensation here  by  the publication of documents  found     among  ���������^-president    Garacias'   private    papers.   "   A  memorandum   found   t reals  of the sale of   the Gelapogo**  islands  to  the United      States.     Tt appears  that   thc   islands    were   f.r<*t    ottered  to  France.    Senor  Garcias*  memo'-an  dum says-     "While at    Washington!  visited   President "Roosevelt and    enquired into the 'question whether the  B^tm_^mgtfmtMMt������wi^ma^rmammmMm������i. mmmrn ���������'''  Try a Province Cigar.,  toria in i ime to take passage     by the  Union made-Capital & Nugget Cigare������Pl.inoe&8   B(.ttlrico  on August    -171 h.  ~ thc party, numbering about 25,  will be met at Wrangle by the Mt-  Iloyal, on which they w ill tra-.el up  the Slid-eno JLo Telegiapb crook. At  that point arrangements have been  made Tor outfitting, and practical-  Iv the whole male Indian population in' the vicinity have been engaged as guides and hunters      Some   ot  FOB THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  WaS! Papers  Call on J. -E. Smi  ' . House- and Sign Paintsi  :4SESSa3BC3E^������  DAY SCHOOL'^  Uiual 'subjects   taught;  also      Ian  ituagc".  drawing  in  pencil  and cray  ons, paint ng in  oils  aad  water col  ors, pianoforte' and vocal lessons glv-  rn in classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM;.    Ladysn-iith, B.C  LT OKFTES  COMPETITION  LAUNCHING PARTIES.  Parties wishing to engage a first-  cl'a>ss launch for picnic or excursion  parties at reasonable rates should  apply to, H. BLAIR, Cecil Hotel,  City. Launch may he en[������se<l for the  evening at any time st  sTmliKht Soap is bHtcr th-m'uther bonps, but  s b������st when used In the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Si'ip nitl follow Dlrec tlons  Tilt GQUrOKTABlZ WAY.   <  Ticket and , FreightJ OiTicc,  75 g  ���������   Government Stieet.      - v*jfg  2T-anscontinental 0  rTrainsDaily      L-  The New Train,  01!������   NTAL LIMITED .  The Train of  Ease,   Elegance,. Excellence.  Every  mile  a picture,' and  no smoke to spoil thc   .view.  Through Compartment,   Observation  and  Pullman  Sleep-  -ers;     also.   Through ;Tourist  Cars to Chicago. ,  At antic Steamship- Businesi to Europe  is our Specialty  Union     Terminals   with   all  Steamer lines.  Berth 'reservations  by  wirel:  Great Northern S.S.'Co.  FOR  JAPAN   AND  CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for Japan    and China ports at   fre-  (f,uenr dates. '   Exact    sailing'  dates can he secured' upon ap  plication to any  Great North  cm representative.  S. G.  YERKES,  '  A.G.P.'X.,  Seattle, Wash.'  E. R. STEPHEN,1"     ',    '  * ":  Gen.  Agent, Victoria, B.C. ���������  ti. j. 'rain  NURSERIES, & SEED HOUSES  Large Stock' oi Home grown--  Fruit and  Ornamental Trees ,  now    matured for tho   Fall  ' Tiade.    -   .    '  " No expense,  loss or delay -  of fumigation or, inspectiojji.,  Headquarters" for-   PaciOc  Coast-grown "Garden,  Field,.  and Flower Spcds in season.  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps  vViiale Oi! SoagGreenhouse  Plants, Gut Flowers/Bulbs  For Fall Planting   -���������  Wu do ..business on our own  jroiinds���������no rent-to pay ami  are    prepared    to  meet   all  competition.  Let me price your" list bo--  iOLe placing your ..order.  Catalogue Free.       ��������� .'  i '  M. J.  HENRY,  3oio  Westminster Road  VANCOUVER  inci  him  I bought a horse with a supposedly  f  nc.rahle    rin-bonc for   $30.      C"ifd|=1  .am  with  $1.00 wo.thot. MINARD'S  |  LINIMENT and sold -him for 1-85 (hi. jjj  Profit on Liniment, 5,54.00. lis  MOISE DEROSCE.  Hotel Keeper, St.   Phillipre, Que.  RAYMOND  & SONS  ���������Dealers  in���������  Lime,  Plaster Taris,   Brick,  Fire Briclc and Vancouver is-1  'land cement.  3 Pandora "St:* Victoria B.C.  Fletcher Bros.  . . ..neaiera In   Pianos   & Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  Piumbing-and Tinsmithing  - . DONE AT;  Reasonable Prices  J. ANDERSON  Leave orders  at Veterson's Furn-  ture Store, or telephone No Sis.  ^.^*.t.^^,t*4.*4.i..l.+++i.***.**+**4 ***************  Try Capital and Nugget Cigars  .#  c  i  lis.  -���������v  Si  ��������� " i&r It  ^  1 .****.     ^rf\  - t ���������>������������������*:   j^X'S  . ������\'v'������������������������������������������������������ frM ���������  Under New JWanagmcnt  HOTEL WILSON  jus- R. McKimell, Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens'  headaarivters.  Modern and     Strictly First OlaM.  Fire Trool    Ruildiiar-  HOTEL  DOMlINION  ���������Rates if 1.25 imd)M.50���������  Fro to all steamboat  landings and  railway depots. Klertnc^aro every five  minutea to all parlB of the city. Bar  and taMo'.unexeeiled.  F. BAYNPIB. Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, C.  THE JONES HOTEL  srcAM iii.ai r.ii  .-r-^_ FURNISH    ROO'JlS   AV1IITE   COOK���������  and   WHITE   IiABOll���������  Employed Only  (Hall Blocl* Irom Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-  - Ladysmith.  Mwiiwiini*-i-aT--,"*'*>'","w***tM**^^^^^  Best' accommodation for transient  *nd permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has heen ��������� comfort-  a'dy furnished and the har Is up-to-  d������1*.     Bates  $1.68  a day    arid . r������p-  w\rds.  WM, BEVERIDGE, ProF.  -toll&aaJe ���������*^- ���������'->' :*-: :*v,: La������y������mi*a  BAR STJl'l'LlKU WI'111 Btt* T  WIN15S, LIQUORS, CIG \RH  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  *  T  | PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Work:������ at  LADYSMITH,- B. C.  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  Vancouver Island, 8. G.  *  *  *  *  General Manager., ^  *^4.4r.4.'**+******+*+**+****4*************-T'*****+'l'*'i''l*'^*'  .������^������ ������������..������..���������������.���������������.������.*>..������,,������"������-*"i  >.^^<t.������.*������..������* %m  Every good dealer,carries this ||  boot.    ^Take no substitute.    | j|  ���������Si jg  A. J. fficJVlURTRJEi'.'Proprletor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  LADYSMiTH,   .C  Good tables and good  Rooms ;  I 5T0VES! STOVES!  |         weare making HEATERS and RANGES ol }  I        Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do |  t        AI| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work ]  f   Nickei Plating in ail its branches a Specialty jj  '].;��������� Lad ysmith Stove & Iron Works Co.Xd I  f   TELEPHONE 53                                                           P.O. Box 42. 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LECKI  VANCOUVER,  f.51  If  m  ���������r-.xr.  f. > i  R..=- "  DUN  Scotlahcts Best..  JOHN fr5A? Proprietor  .^TSupplied with the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: x, >:' Ladysmith B,G.  Liquors and Cigars. .'*.��������� iife'i,������  --- -.j  ^*3 "BT  .N|V|  WM.  MUNStE,  President-   J. W. COBURN, Managing Director.  Telcphane. 1-6.  The Ladysmith Lumber Go, Mi  B.C1  i  I MM) OAT Ca  Sole  Ayents'fo)'  B.C  I  :-\^mwmSSm&^maama^SaaammB  MILLS   AT FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITHS *>>   ���������      ^  Shingles -a ������p^ei^lty  MANUFACTURERS OF   Bongli and Dvessetl Fiv and Cedav timbers  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCk  mamWa  QITY MKRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  ist.-Avenue Ladysiiiith B. C.  Minting and paperhanging  Neatly and Artistically Done ;   ?--------:���������- ���������  -������������������: -��������� ��������� .-.-....-.-.-_. Orders  Promptly  Execute  -   LADYSMITH  S. ROE DOING  f m *  LApVSMITH TRANSFER STABLE i  l  "plS's,-  ORGANS AND HOUSEHOLD  FURNITURE MOV-   i  ��������� ED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.       ' " ���������    J  I  I.     Stahled In the rear of tbe Lad ysmith hotel.     Leave orders at   the  Ahhots ford  a.' j''"( i i.k i ; ' ' THE LADYSMITH  DAILY LEDGER  LODGES  LADYSMITH   TEMPLE,    M.    Jf.���������  JiRathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  ^lellows^b.11    every 2nd < and   4th  1-7:30 p.m.  illS. KATE TATE,  M. of R.'&'C.  . ^-flfljKfefiP- JLN-^JNT ORDER OF  *\    L V- *- 'ttrtUlDS.  Wellington Grove, No. 4, TJ^A.O.D.  meets in the LO.O.F. Hall, Ladysmith, the Secwijil and Fourth Wednesdays of each month, commencing  Wednesday, 13th,  1903.  Visiting Druids are invited to attend.    By Order '   \,  WM R AFTER,' RffC.' Sec.  .PATRICK BURK, N.A.  |    hilbert "  NOTICE"  From      this date  the  undersigned,  will  not he  responsible loi  any  indebtedness     incut red except on      a-  written orner signed by the secretary  I Rowland M.tchin.������������������''���������-**���������--=^=-���������-----  V.  I.   EXPLORATION & DBVEL  OPMRNT.CO., LTD.  I.Non Persona! Liability.  Vlntotla. B.  0..  MT������t IRth.  ���������wo/I.  . *.. Diei  Surgeon Dentist      ,  All work guaranteed' and at reasonable rates.  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE  Gatacre %x Ladysmith  YS ; *  Oicn at all hoius.  NEWS NOTES5  FROM NANAIMO  LADYSMITH -; BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    Cal'cs  ->Iade   to Or dor  FRUITS   AVI)    CANDLES OF ALL  KINDS.    PKESIl   DREAD EVERY    DAY       ,_     ���������  Prices    arc     Very  Reasonable..    All  [Customers are Treated Alike.  HOP  LEE A CO/      .  ON THE .ESPLANADE."  W������   K*  urn i i   ��������� wm ll ii humi������  Sollrltor,  Eto  Ifafty   to"'I  ,t.   Avrnuv  mum m  Manufacturers of the Famous!  CUBAN   BLOSSOil  None bu.'Union Labor    limployecl  H J.: BOOTH. Prop  -|M������Mk      {       Ji  ���������wmi-nniria  EXCELLENT  rain  Z(  BSITWECN  Chicago, l@mh,  -^������-1$  ONTREAL. PE  ->1  SAVED HIS COMRADE'S LIFE.  "While returning from tb.3    Grand  Army    Encampment   at 'Washington  City, a comradeJrom"'Elgin, 111., was   ,  taken with cholera morbus and   was       ���������*B    s   ;"*"  ifiEiLAKv-- b-j  And thti Prluc!i)iil Business Centers of -   .  Ontario,'Quebec, and the  MarStimo Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, KEW YORK AKD*  1   PHiLABEtPKIA, VIA HSAGARA FALLS.  f'Oi Time Tables, etu��������� mlriieua  CEO. W. VAUX,  Asslst'int Gen'1 I'as'icngor nnd Ticket Ar  - I 130 AOflMO St.. CHICAGO, ILL.     -  i3rffl*ii^}*KC^ariJS^KS������sae5S  Hi.  in a critical    condition;" bays   Mr. f  J.  E.  Houghland,    of  El don,  Iowa. ������  "I gave    him'.Chamberlain's    Colic, [  Cholera* antd Diarrhoea 'Remedy "and j  believe saved his' life.    I 'have, been V  engaged for ten years in immigtaUon J  work aiwr conducted .many parties to  the isoulh.. and west.    I always   carry this remedy and have used_il-*suc-  cessfulfy on many occasions."    -Sold  by-Ladysmith Pharmacy..  Nanaimo, July 29 ���������  A good sr/ed tent ;vai erected Sat  unUy morning ou the grounds opposite the station, in which Mr. .1.  U. McFadyen of \ ancouver,, formerly of Cleveland, Ohio, will conduct'  a sei res of (meetings nightly at *8  o'clock, except "Saturday. There's  nothing startling about the doctri������c  preached, it if, not conneeied in any  way with Mormon ism, c7th Day Ad-  ventism, Milleninldawnisni, 'ltolyrol-  lei ism or other new things, but tfio  'doctrine taught- and held by , most  'cMuigolistic denominations,, viz.,  man's ruin by sin" redeemed through  the blood of Christ and regenernt-  ion by tbe, holy spirit. ' Meetings"  commence tonight (Sunday) and con  tinue nil week. Seats arc free, and  no  collection. ( <  "       ', #-   -  Mr. John Stevens, who' has just  feu*ned Irom a trip lo <he interior  nl the Island, ,states that the ac'tiv-'  ity in cruising for timber' throughout that section continues unabated.  The limits taken up last year, exhausted practically all the good timber in the immediate \iemity ol salt  water transportation, so that this  reason the cruiser* have been compelled to penetrate into hitherto. unknown sections of Vancouver Island  where large sections of,excellent fu-  and cedar have b<>en located- as a  result. Many'of these recently located limits are in places so inae'eess  iblc uadcr present "conditions that  those-* hi the business feel" sure < that  the big American company backing  these   cruisers inu<3t   have' inside  iii���������  formation of c.irlj railway development for the interior of the island  boring  The C. P. Ii. has a number ot etigin  eering gangs in the field at various  points of the recenily acquired Es-  quiinatilt & -Nhnauno ' 'land grants,  and this activity, comlj-ined with tho  large holdings iccently acquired out  'side1 of the railway Well, certaialj  seems to point to ihe development  of the island along Ihe hrios indicat  ed  in  tho,C. P. K. chart.  .The Scuttle automobile party,  which during the past few. days  has been making n lour ol this district, loft yesterday morning for  .Victoria enroutc home. ' That they  thoroughly enjoyed their trip is ev!  denccd by the following little note)"  which, was left at (his oiTice.  My Dear Sir:���������  We all thoroughly appreciated j'our  kindness, and we carry away nothing but ' pleasant recollections of  your good people, beautiful scenery  and good roads.  CLAUDE RAMS BY.  NON  CONDUCE  |0R5 cr ������ig  HLATZ-Jf  Common Turnace  Fire Pot  Manufacturers OL��������� '     -   '  SROMCLAD   BRAND    ,  CLOTBIMG, . 5  .. OVERALLS,:-,-*"  "    TOP SHIRTS,- *  1   ^ WHOL������SAL������:iiRY GOODS  Mmn     l������-  -VISTP*1  GENERAL  i#������HlliTs|K  SGiiiHOS  Miners' Drilling Mu  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT  SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILLS  SHARPENED   BY US      ALWAYS    GIVE  SATISFACTION.' *  -���������PICKS HANDLED A  Nl) REPAIRED   ���������S-II I'PSMlTHINfi    IN      \ L L   ITS'BRANC IH-'.S  tiorseshoers and Genera' BJacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Bvtller Street -    - wdyamith, B C  I ICES     ICE!    ICE!  WiLl be Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays "  Orders must be In hyL eleven  o'clock on day-of Delivei-y,  IJOWKL COMPLAINT ....  . '-���������        - IN .CHILDREN  During the summer' m0nths childret  nic subject to disorders of the bowels" which should receive (careful attention ~as soon afl the first unnatur-  f looseness ol.the .howels . appears*'  Tbe best medicine in use-tot 'bowel  complaint is Cliarnberlam's" Colic,  ('holera and Diarrhoea Remedy' as it'  promptly, . controls r any uniiatiiral'  Lu ������������������ Bess ol, the,bowels. . Foif'. sali?  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.   *      '   ~'\'1'  Minatd'sT Liniment cures. Diphtheria1  Are lou Qoin? Easl?  .!.-.  1'kes bt sure yo������r ticket's re������#. ii#  thi  line  Union  i  Limited  ������������������-l--f'^--i������4-I<-4"I-������-I-^I.-f.J.^..j..:^j.>.j. -f J.+++ .J. 4-I-4-:-*-I-4-I-*"I������4-:->  jtcv-ja^sh        DESU.NS        -:  5 ���������fi?"*S^   TRR0E-Wiflr������KS  a fi'JD COPYR'.tlKTi  9. ,   OU'fftMEU  '> ADVICE AS TO PftTCNFAtilLiTY fifWf.y* Kv i  |> Notice in "Invantivc Ago"- Q^'-SfigN wz i  r Hook "How.to.obtaln Putunts" jj   p P. Jfca Sfc.  IWi  i Charges moderate. No I';...' till patent is sfccurev  r       letters atviotly confulcntlul.   A.dclrf;sn,  f E. G. SIGGERS. Patent lawyer, WnsliinQton, i). C  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  ;> Regulalious.  Any available Dominion Lands  within the Railway Belt in. British  Columbia, may be homesteaded by  any person who is the sole head ot  a family, or any wale over e gliteen  years of age, to the extent, of one-  quarter section of 160 acres, more  or less.    ,''���������������������������  Entry must- be made personally at  the local land office for the district!  in which the land is situate,  The homesteader is required to per-j  form the conditions connected^ there- i  With    under   one    of the   following  plans:  (1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for three years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father Is j deceased), of the homesteader tesides upoai a farm in the vicini  ty of the land entered for, the requirements 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, tiie requirements as to residence may bo satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six monthcV. notice in writing  should be given to tlie Commissioner  of Dominion Lauds at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres" can lie aoquired by one. individual or company. Royalty at the  rale of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds shall be collected on the  gross output. '*������������������������������������  W.  W.   CORY, ':  Tjc.mitv of  tire Minister of Tn tori or  The only, line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at'ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS wit* the  through trains from the Pacifli  CoMt.  THE SHORTEST LINE, TF  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES, THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,' CHV  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITl  *nd ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information aik y*  local agfiiit or write, .  F. W. PARKER !  .   Ganeral  Agw  ���������J 10 2ai At*., SekttU.  "GfiLEDONIAN'"  * t  )Leads Tbern    All  IN QUALITY  R. P. RITHET,  eVCo.. \M  ...Jas. MacKay the old time en-  gi*eer o������ 't'bc' Exleusion coal train  was in 'the city last evening. Nfcxt  week' changs.;s will bo made with his  train. Lde coal train craw will remove ,to Ladysmith and w ill make  regular"'runs with thc miners train.  the yard engine relieviiVg them in the  evening. This will be in addilion to  their regular work of taking down  the regular twelve ro eighteen (hundred tons of coal from the mine to  the harhot*.  EMERSON   LOCi-GINC   CASE.  An Order fori Costs Ts Given  Against  ��������� The Pro->inctal ^Government.  Vaneou'vei B. C, .luly 28. ��������� In  Chambers this morning Justice Jlor-  rison gave an order for costs against  tlie provincial Government, 'because  agent R. J. Skinner, timber inspector and his watchman. John Mellon-  'gall refused to give up to Sheriff  Halloa boom of logs on which' the  ���������ourt had granted an order of replevin.      When   the   shcrili   went     to  Sunshine Furnace  Fire Pot  Tho slanting fire-pots in common furnaces provide it rost-place for ashes and- clinkers, and these  clog the draft, prevent radiation, make the furnace  hard to shake, and fill up the fire-pot.  The "Sunshine" pot is straight up and down, which  givos an uninterrupted course to the draft, and  prevents ashes and clinkers sticking  to the sides.  The same skill and thought has heen used on  every feature of tho "Sunshine" furnace���������it is Canada's  greatest heater.  Sold hy all enterprising dealers.     Booklet free.   ������  LONDON',    TORONTO,    MONTREAIi,'   WINNIPEG,    VANCOUVER,  St. John, t Hamilton. <    . ���������  The  Ladysmith Hardware Co,, Sole  seize the logs, McDougall, who was  in charge threatened him with an  axe if he tried to take them.  TL C. Shaw'appearing for the gov*-  crnmont claimed that McDougall watf  only a watchman and did not under  r-���������'  stand the case. Thc logs belonged"  to the batch originally seized from  J.  S.  Emerson but which tha   court  ,1  decided    that Mr.  right  to  export.  Emerson had     the1  REREL,S  ARE DEFEATED  I   $itl    10  r ->,ir- - n.+.  (Associated Press)1  Mdilln, Morocco," July 28.��������� The  rout of the Pretenders forces under  Caidnzus is confirmed. Among the  killed i,s a son of one of ihe prominent rebel ' chiefs. The sultan's  troops  captured   the  entire   camp  of  *#���������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������<���������������*  First Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD AND BARK FOR S ALE AND DELIVERED.  EXPRti SS WORK.  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  ������������������������������<���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'��������������������������� ���������>���������  NOTICE  <- LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the oflice     on Roberts   Street am  lay Water     Rates, between the 10th ' and the 25th of each month.  Office Hours fP.IM.4,30  T, I;BLAND  SUPERINTEND ENT.  .:''   W.-.SILER   ; '  ���������-EKEKAL LXPRESS Mb  DEIIVEEY  WORK PROMPTLY r^wr;  J.ifta'.'& order!"  at the Abhotsford,  Keep Minard's  house.  Liniment    in    the  *  Pacific Coast  Agency.  i ..'���������������������������'  ���������JICTOUIA.;:���������: :���������: '���������.--���������. 1~: :-r-B.QK  '     ���������'' ��������� . }')|ii ii' i 'y'Vi.-     i ( I A  ������SI5kTSatmaw\amkaWaaawwmaaaaaamaamm  ?!       GLASS  XjLOBESi  When you Svant a Glass globe':  see that   yoii  get the'   glbhe^  ���������with the'ruhiher ring on    -itf,I;  |    as  it is the only   kind    that  |   can keep the water out ���������. tire/  I    globes'without the'rubier ring  |    cannot,   keep'   out' water,"Youy-'  |    can    see that    hy ' exarn*iilnihg!  I    theni. ���������".  The artificial   flower  that is put into the,    globes.,  with the ruhher rings, is gruar  antced to he the best,. and   it  ybu    want  a' globe   with     a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X.  Jones, agent for  H������NRY CREW  The only    place you can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C. lot tho  French Wreath Co., of London, Paris, Melbourne, S.A.,  Cor. fombx Rd. &.Milton St.  NANAIMO-.B..C, V   \  I  Express Work  Light Teaming.  Orders Wlth-  Wood and   Bark    for sale.     See J.  KEMP, or   leave  W. CARTER,  FIRST  AVENUE  PHONE     6-0  Public Notice  Attention is called to tho    tact that tht  Ogiivie Flour mils Co    Limited,  makers ol ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR.,   hare for some llmr  past heen producing-flomr in*   vastly lmprofed and  pwrifi ���������** form  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control of all the basic patents relating -there;,  to, take this opportunity of a dvrsing the public that any unauthorized users of the electrical flour purifying processes will he pro-  oecuted. ���������  Ogilv'a Flour Mills Cosapaiiy Limited  are the only imllers in Canada whoso   Flonr  piarified by theS'ectric Fi^C93s  the rebels,   including   their   artillery.  Tho   Pretender      personally' assumed^  command       of his   remaining forces,  and,another engagement is expected.  STRIKES CAN  OFN1TRO  Taeoma July 28.���������-While engaged  in tearing down an old shed in tho  rear of 911 South D. Street yesterday afternoon Dan McLaughlin  was so frightfully mangled by tho  explosion of a can of nitvo-glycerine  that ho died at Fannie Paddock hos  pilal three hours later. McLaughlin  was removing the boards from the  floor when, at 3:4,j o'clock his axe  struck .'an old can supposed by the  police to have heen cached there  years ago by safe blowers or else to  ha^ been a relic from an old cheni- ���������  ical shop which was once in, the locality.  The explosion was heard or  blocks and shook neighboring build  bigs not unlike a small earthquake.  McLaughlin's body was luuled ten  or fifteafi feet in the air and was terribly mangled. One leg was torn  completely off below the knee and  the other leg was crushed. The -unfortunate man's features were burned  beyond recognition, and when ho was  carried to the D������ctor'a ������������������fficc it wai  thought at first'that he was a negro  laborer. Both his eyes wore blown  out a������d his hands and arms terribly  ���������lacerated.  "Breathing-, but unconscious, the  youpg man was carried to the offices of Dr. Crant: S. Hicks in tho  Taeoma theatre Block, . where his injuries were cared for as best possible until the arrival "of the ambulance, which took .fun to Fannie  Paddock-' Hospital. He survived  only three hours.  Minard's Liniment cures Cold, etc.  IP   VOU  WANT AQOOD ~  first Class   Meal  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN FIRST -AVENUE*'-  MODEST CLAIMS OFTEN  CARRY MOST CONVICTION  When Maxim,    the   lanibus gun Inventor, placed his gun before a committee of judges, he stated its   carrying power to be much below   what  he felt sure   the    gun would accomplish.   The    result of the trial    was  therefore a great surprise, instead ot  disappointment.    It is the same with)  Wie    manufacturers ol  Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea   Remedy.      They   do not boast  of    what  this remedy will accomplish, hut prefer to let the users make the   statements.    What they do claim, is that  it will possibly cure diarrhoea,  dysentery,' pains in the stomach and !bow.  els and has never heen known to f&iL  For sale    hy The    Ladysmith Phar-i  macyv ....'..;.   .. .._. )'  ^ ;;|SpiSi.ji  W^Si^'SSi^i&M  WM  '~"::^i^:^'?&i$:  S-:;,?;.V''.J.,-'-(.W,w'.:.:.>  $$������f'������:-  /;; :v ^v^j,;;:;������������������.':';':'  &!;';���������'��������� "ki'f  ;n-L'''iTr:-'���������''.;'���������'**>'.���������'���������,'���������:;-���������������������������'���������'.  i.*j  ������  '������������������-������������������:,:    'vV.-'   irr,,-'.������:_-i^.1__i__j__**_^^  . $ fr ft ������ ������������ 'I1 'I' 'I' fo##^*M"fr <fr $ $������'*���������������������������"������>���������������  GOING AT A SACRIFICE  IBIC  IIa".e you seen Our L'nes -in���������  |t /\  F^ill Line.toChoose  F*rom <g  Smith. Fotps,  1     NOTICE.  If you want    to sell your chickens  That's All!  lor a fair    price,' bring Ihcm to   J.  X. Smith's restaurant, 1st Avenue.  Local Items  WANTED���������Girl    for    general   woilc  "Apply PORTLAND HOTEL.  Mr. J. Stewart"spent the forenoon  in Chenrainus on business.'    .-  Mrs. J. .Hutchinson was a passenger on the morning Irain for Victoria. '  Miss Nora Dalton will spend a lew  days in Nanaimo, having] gone up on  thc noon train today.*  Mr. and Mrs. Scott "returned  morning from Nanaimo, where  spent the Sahbath-  this  thev  Mr. R. Simpson spent yesterday in  Nanaimo, returning on this morning's .train.  WANTED���������Good   -man   to represent  the Imperii*1  Guarantee and   Acci-  den% Insurance Company  in  ' Lady-  sliiath. '  'Apply' to J. 'Anderson, P  0.  Box, 491',  Vancouver, B.C.  None Better-Capital'* [Nugget Cigars  Mr. Jas.,Steele, who has ibncn confined lo thc house- for several months  with an injured foot, is now able to  be.about some.  Yesterday a ��������� largo force ol men  ���������were employed in connecting the'new  track which has been laid by tho  Wellington Colliery Company,- and1  tha latter is uoav in condition' for  .tlie coal train, to run over its own  tracks all the way -to the hunkers.  From now on it will he unnecessary  .to utilize-,, the .C.P.R. _track������3 except  at the  diamond  in'-crossing.  Many Ladysmith people have signified their intention of accompanying!  the city' hand on their excursion to  Crorton this ceiling, and according  to the programme outlined, a good  lime is in  store for all.     ,   "���������  -Tlie death look place this morning  of flic infant daughter or Mr. and  Mrs. Robert Hunter, ot First Avenue, fill's is the second, child-which  Air. and Mrs-. Hunter have lost'.with  hi the past? lew weeks, and - much  sympathy is felt for tljenv in then  bereavement.  We are showing a Large  Range of New Patterns, made  out of Ceylon Shirting and  ^ Mesh in Plain and Fancies���������  1 Prices from 75c. to $1.25 "-  j __ ��������� ^  I Fancy Summer  Vests  .Some of .the swcllost patterns  *\\c   have   shown this, season,  have lust come in ,by tfi press  Rememhei, they are all  good  "wasl-cis. v  Walters S  24keiikea<t  The Al-Ki, Princess May and Henrietta are due in poit this evening.  Yesterday    morning     Mis    G    E  Simpson of  Roberts street,  presented her husband with a daughter, and'  ire is today receiving con,er;r,atulal*ion.s  The local Aerie of Eagles have concluded arrangements for an .'.excursion to Victoria on .La-hor Day, September 3rd. A special train will  have Noiiiaimo at se,\eji o'clock, in  the morning, taking on the local  Lodge and .their fricn'ds, and stopping for anotlier load at Chcmainus-  The train will then proceed io "Victoria, wailing over until 10-30 that  evening before commencing ther return trip. Already a large number  have signified iheir intention of accompanying the cxcuisionisls, and  when the train reaches Vietoiiai it is  sure to be well filled. Tickets'will  he sold for the round'drip for I" 1.50,  children -76 cents. Furiher paitiou-  lars will be  given later.  CITY BAND  Hoooitiit tora   =To Crofton   M 0 IN D AY.     JULV     3o.,     1906  Per S.S  JOAN.  (Leaving 7:30 p.m.)  Plenty of Music,  etc., on board.  Dancing at Crofton free to Excursionists.  Adults 50c;  Children, under 12,    25c.  Tickets on sale at Smith's   Candy  Store.  A wagon la-dtu with some of ihe  choicest peaches over biought into  lhe city amved thrs morning fiom  Cedar District. -The du\ci had  scarcely tune to tie his hoise ,i-cfoie  the full load had leeri disposed of,  and lie could ha\e sold at least another  wagon-full had he had them  Enomeei Shehan, oj Gjmu (>, got  .yA lire up train today enveloped in  a lCiiiarhiuhlj bioad smile, being na-  tuiallv unions as to .Hie leasotu there*  foi.1, we learned that Mrs. Shehan  presented hi n with a bouncing Loy  lodiy, also that the." .ne .being c.u-  ed hn and doing well at Cheniainus  HoS'utal  The prehmiira'y hearing of Robert  Fe.ithor&tone, fh.iigel with having  niui'ieiecl Maiy .I.ip Dalton, will 'be  held tomonow for rn, ion at South  Wellington ^ csterd.u Surveyor F.  Shepheid was at I be scene of the  murclji in com pans with Provincial  OfficcL Cassid'y, vhci measurements,  etc., were la.! *%n of the distances,  elc , which iMil rone up for discussion during the trial  Knight's Beck Store  ���������.���������������������������������������������  Minard's Liniment Cures   Garget in  Cows.  \ OTIC 10  I h have i.1 on o' 01 the sanil.in ihu  stness late: li.i7.hd bv M Campbell  and am priRred to do woik in this  line in first-class shape. Leave orders for heavy t.a'n writ, sanitary  work, etc., 'wiih Messrs. Blair &  Adam. Also ,iny "ooinplaint'-regarding scttvcmgcr work will be attended  to if laid at this place.  ���������RCHKRT  CALLANDER.  Ladysmith, H.C.  f Dim! mm  j 1st. Avenue, Laoysm'th, B. C |  ) I I. km. Prop, j  t      MANUPACTURKR OV      j  I Carbon at od Beverages, I  I Ginger   Beer       j  I Fruit Syrups I  f P.   O.   ISO's-   24S  ��������� x  On Satuiday coning last thc city  council held a special meeting at  which the pioposcd bv-law for the  puipose of >honowing money with*  which to eiect an electnc\lighl plant  in Ladysmith, was taken up, cLaus*  (by clause, and ���������wjth a few "alterations adopted /rhe'matter'iwilleo-me  hefoie the council "again tonight  ,    i ..    '   -    ���������"  "Salt water'mates irooi lea,-" wa&  tlie experienceJ of' aJparty  of  piciuc-  ers  j-wstorday,', who  ^peni^tlre    day  across  tliejrav -���������All,had  gone  well  untrrdumei   tjrme came,-when one of  the,party'wasMcqneskd to fdl    the  kettle' with water  foi '-tea  -While no.  names,ate mentioned, the*, latter  rs a  gjentleman who -spent the mght' Kn Na*  naimo,  m attendance ' at  the T pn.^  light  in  that city,  and  therefore** he"  had,  perhaps,  some excuse   foi     not  ascertaining just where the spnng of  fresh  watei   was located.    Hc{ knew,  howe\ei,  tlie general direction^ and  accoiditigly set forth with  the  watei  bucket on hi*T lerf and    Still dehtting  within himself whether oi''not Claijte  had  delrveied  a" fotil'm^helseventh^  the man |with the can^came upon -<f  hole, 'Which ceitainly was disconnect-'  ed from the main 'ibodv of' wrfte'r   l*>y  at  least several* feet of heaeh      1%,  ing "'his oiip as a ladle, he soon suc\.|  ceeded in filling his'bucket, andthis,i.  t0o, without dist_ur.l*n,g the sand, ftlc:.  at the 'bottom of the "spring " -'No-'  body  being  thirsty  upon his  arrival,  back at camp, the Vater was at/once  put on "to borir\and"_rn.due( tune, the  tea put 111 to^tieep,. /->Y^'     ���������~'J-r"  Wilh the first'sip 'of tie^ pamotr9U^  ble      Thc hostess  was "V>kimed;-hSvith.  having put salt 111 for ^ilgai,"'which,"  of   cbiuse,    she. .^indignantlv -.denied  The next victim's ka was saltv, too,  and    something oV the   truth    btegsrn  to dawn upon his riund wheat he re-  niembeied that he never usevS   sugar,  and   "therefore    something  must   >(bc  wiong  with thc    watei       Aftei.   all-  had  tasted,tfeX-ir tea,  the w^teicai-  liei   was   littieiviewcjii, ".and   in    1h������__  niainte-iiancie    of    hij.  liinocence look  the parly along  the beach' until they  cime lo  the "spnng"   wjiftiiCj ht'������-liud  obtained    his supply of   water       By  th's  time the tide had receded    ccii  luilhcr,  and  he pomtod  out 111   tu-  umph thc distance l^elween thc spring  and  thc    sea,    vemarkirrg   that    ihe  fQimci was a    long    way  from   salt  water  "���������Yes." answciod one of the paity  with a look of disgust on his face,  "it's a long wav from salt watei  new, hut when the tide was highei  I got some nice clams out of that  hole aftei  I  dug it "        (  FLO  Another Carload of  -'-.-SI-        "---=������ ,'^M  -and  Lake of Tli  Just Received  We carry a Large Stock of *   ���������  Feed, H^ty. Bran, Oats, Chop, Feed ^  Cornr Wheat; Shorts:&   ;.  ,"."   -V.     -    Oilcake . -���������'  ���������a^NLElsSi^Lwi!''  stA^tesa^ supply of���������  lii^yttoii, Pflfk. Veal "oil Beef 1  .^V^iWAVB  ON  HAND  SOME V,ERY  N1CE-  R()LL13L) CORNED. BEEF  I?-.}.,;       K.  12 I-2C. LB.   ^  Mm  Miniird's i.ii-.inieiil  ^mmMmMwmH^  I  ���������ctcxsa^sn*i^r^i  that are made by the best British v. o������kmi;ti  OUKABILITYABEUSEQU'AUta  We have jnst received acoiisigii.miiet ^f -i -o;:,,:ERV  and included are sonie yer*y Pfetty Designs i'-  PRICES RANGING FROM  -  -2  ^mwf^  FRKE LAUNCH RIDE  On ThuisJay afternoon next,  commencing at 2 o'clock, Mc-  Donpld's launch wiJl lea\e the  public whaif for the (keen,  and the nde will be absolutely free Thrs rs a chance to  take the little folks foi an  oirting that should not be  over looked  I hliAM* bought out the interest of Air. Thoinlcy in the  lease ol the Gieen, and will  in future carry on the 'business .myself. Those wishing  camping plots- phould apply  to me.  J-1RS,   .'McKINNELLEY  I---  g Af HOWE , ,  ^;! i;.; ...     meat market.       ��������� ���������, . -a  7iiUiUiituiiUiUiitiUiUUiiU iu iniuituiiiixniaiiiimiiiiiii K  SCREEN DOORS  We offer all sizes in Screen Doors, complete with  Hinges, Etc, Fir  $1.50    EACH  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  Dr. Dier can be found at any time  at his office on Gat-acre stieet.   His  ���������dental work Is guaranteed to be first-,  class, and rates reasonable.  TAKES  MORE   THAN7   FAITH  ''It takes faith to move mountains," lemaikcd the man who comments on things  "That's light," replied Senaloi  Badgci. "But rl doesn't ha*.o much  efrcct; on freckles.''������������������'Milwaukee Sentinel. ' !  W. G. Praser  "-   Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVRNUE.  Suits    Ma(le Jo  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock"  BARQAINS-BARGA  sssssii^^m^sL&  ?.���������������-  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars *  A.'Augustus Ilcaly, preskleait of  the hoard-of trustees of the' Brooklyn Institute of arts ,and scienbes has  been knighted,-hy King Victor Email.  uel of Rome. "' ' ���������  NOT INVITING.  I  Watches,   Cloi-ks,  Silverware,  Jeweliy & Fancy  Goods   of all destnptious_  all aie to be cleared al a great Reduction to make loom loi new shipinojiljs/,.  Our LAWRENCE TOUHTalN PEN at  .isr-;  ��������� Jt,x-a  . r:i*T'r"TT^'iHiiiBi*im:**'''  B. FORCIMriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  "Now, Horace," said ilie little  boy'iS'niojL'her, who. had- just ��������� inoved  to the country from the 'crowded citj-j  '���������'why don't you run over and play  in that field oyer there?''   :        \       j  .."���������It. can't Ixj .very, nice over there" |  replied, the little boy.    "t ,dou/t . see  airy  '.Keep-oll-the-grass'  signs thf^re."  ���������Philadelphia Press.  ; 9 ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� o e ������ ��������� ��������� ��������������� ��������� ������ ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������   ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������  For Today we have a choice supply of������������������- :���������-���������������������������- ���������  lahb, veal,. /   :.  ..-���������Mutton,   ..  BEEF, ETC  Ageiitxfor l>iii������on Ten  n r >s w 36  G. PANHELL  GATACRE ST.        LADYSMITH  pr'-  n / ���������  ' ���������  ���������  0  0  FRAMES  .''..' ������������������%, ���������m. ���������*.'������������������%.  and latest Patterns and  Finishes  in  X-.      FRAME MOULDINGS.  PLAQUES.  ���������WALL-PACKETS.  Pictures���������British and German.  Plate Mirrors.  "Bevel  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������ ���������'���������> ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  ���������  Granite anld Marble Works  i  J    Granite and   Marble.Monu-     m  ��������� '   meiits^ Tablets^..etc,Vat ;t^c '���������'���������'��������� ��������� ���������  J     lowest      piices^v'G'ohsisteiii  ��������� wilh  ru'st;'ela"s&y.^ogk';:T-.and;-   Jy  J '" workmanship'..' "; ."Vrite   .for^^gj  ��������� catalogue. ���������. ���������., :���������  -  ���������-���������.  2   .'-'. : a. ��������� sf ewartI- '-���������^-������������������::  ��������� 1.48 Yates St. Victoria - B.C ���������   ��������� -  ��������� ������������������������������������ e ������������������'������������������������ e ���������.��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������������������������/������������������*  ������<���������* ���������  Smoke a Big B Cigar.  ..'-.nV.-./l!;-^  ���������"���������+-J--.1--  U������e������������9t������oe������*������������������.������'6ti������������������a  m������������m������ 9 m9m9������999^������ ���������&������������������������������  Passe Partout Picture Binding in  all colors. Just arrived from the  factory in the East. ^ ���������  ������. ���������*��������� -���������.. ^  Picture Framing Neatly done at  H.KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  ' '' ' . ;- : ' '���������  ������������������'      -.' :    'v.'    ' ������������������<!/?'' iii"/:  1 have just received a shipment of',vjr-.>  Hills'  High Urade Hjf- :"���������'���������  ENGLISH TOBACCOS  and ,  GiGARElTFS  at the   DRUG  STORE

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