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Array UI *l\MMJUUBaniBXG=r-JiUiMA aus  (Wl  SL-ATIVB ASSEMB1-*-  wj-ysw**  .1 --���������- * i ;\  V  The Ladysmith Daily  ���������JUN Iii 190e  O   '1  TOM A.  VOL.,2  THURSDAY  June   14, ,l!)0fi  PRICE FIVE CENTS  LOCAL MILL WILL  HANDLE LOGS  Machinery has been Installed by Ladysmith Lumber Co. to Cut Logs  inco Shingle Bolrs  Will be  in Operation by Tomyrrpw-  Installation has been Necessary  Owing to Scarcity of Bolts..  HRNWOODS VS.  iADYSMITH  ON SUNDAY  Tlie first -boom of logs ever brought  in to the local shingle mill, owned  by the Ladysmith Lumber O;*., were  tbrougbt in today from Nanaimo, and  tomorrow will le cut up into shingle' bolts, and from them converted  into shingles as heretofore.  'ihe handling of  the logs   themselves  has" ,!jcen,   rendered   possible   by  the installation of a log-haul,  drag-  saw, etc., whieh lis just  -been com-  rlotod. '��������� ,  i I    ! I '   ;  Tlie machinery fox th* cuttii**.- m-  of the legs was installed by the  Scliaakie _ Machine worl s, of New  Westminster, and yesterday Mr. II.  Ktishtcin. arrived <o inspect the work  and see that, everything is in readiness for* eommencin," operations tomorrow.  An addition has been built to thc  old' shingle-mill, and a long -arch*  shaped log-.haul constructed. Tho  logs are taken from Ihe bo* mi and  automatically hauled up .to tlie drag  saw,  where  they aro again automat  ically caught and held in position by,  two large iron dogs. A cut of sixteen or eighteen inches is made,, and  the severed piece rolls over from the  drag- saw to another, known as tlie  feed bolter, where thc bolt is cut  lengthwise, released and placed before the knee rtjolter, dr trimer where  the rough outside edges a:.U sap arc  trimmed off, The, bolt is then rea-'  dy for the saws in the shimgle mill  iti>elf, and , is soon converted into  shingles. , This machinery is all  worked automatically and only re-  ujjuircs a few men to handle tlie logs  and get them cut up in, the desired  leng'ths. It is something new In the  shingle industry on the island, and  has been rendered necessary owing  to the growing scarcity of shingle  bolts  The-machinery is being tried today  and a few last repairsimade, and tomorrow morning will ,be handling the  logs as fast as they can ,be disposed  of in, thc shingle mill.  MAY LOSE  THEIR JQBS  Salt Lake, June lJj���������Friction has  aristn at the Copper camp at Bingham between tho Western Federation  of Miners and the mine owners. Six  hundred miners have decided to attend an annual outing in this city  yesterday, the Utah Consolidated and  ihe Boston consolidated companies,  havie given notice that men who fail  to appear for work on that day will  lie ; discharge:). A .majority of .the  men will uiidoufctedly go on the outings V ������������������''    ��������� ������������������"���������' '.'���������':---L'  TACOMAAT  LEAGUE ISLAND  REBELLION  EXTENDED  .ju>j-.~.Jn"  London, June *1.���������The Daily Telegraph correspondent at'.Tokio sends  iko following": "Tho ICoroan rebellion is oxiending-. The-insurgents  have loofeei Tamyeng ami Sunchan  und are' threateningt.other towns.- Japanese warships- at (Yokohama, have.  been ordered to assist','the-'protected cruiser Chi Vodn. nnd-the torpedo flotilla to -suppress,, pirates ' oa  the south c-asl   .coast of Korea.  A GO01) VAU.V.  "Lefty" UoV'l*', lbe young Allegh-  ony southpaw jutelu'.r, who was withj  Niles Inst season, tells a good story  on. a baseball team that was supposed to be composed of girls. "This  bunch of fairies blow into -Niles one  day last summer mid Charlie Crowe  selected me to pitch against them."  says "Lefty."  "I looked the crowd over and 1  thought. 1 would have it. easy, and  began to lob the ball up - to ihe  plate nod limy began to shoot tboni  bfl'ulr to the out Judders. For a while  I thought the outfielders would run  themselves bovvleggod. Tbe climax  was capped when uhc-n one of the  darlings, slapped tho bull over the  right field fence 'with as much velocity as though it was hit by a  mill hand.  I then had my suspicion, and il  was verified when J beard one of ih-j  girls any to-the other    when wo were  Philadelphia,-June 14.���������The United  States cruiser Tacoma- and the fug  Potomac, part of .the- drydock Dewey on its journey to tho Phillippine  islands, arrived at tlie League island  navy yard today, having left tho  Dewey and its escort at the Sue/  canal. The Dewey, it is.;said- broke  adrift five}\times, and in each in  stance a line was' fastened to tin*,  big floating object .in the way of the  greatest danger.  wrestling;  IN NANAIMO  The secretary of the local baseball  nine has received a letter from li>  Victoria Fernwoods, giving the line1  up of 'that team when they play  here, on Sunday afternoon next. ID.  Clarke will .be l*ehiiwl thc bat for  tlie locals, while J. Kerr will do the  twirling. While they are not loe>k-  ing for nn easy- victory, the home  ieain see no rcasrm to douf.t' but  that they can give t,lic Victorians a  haKl game'and come out wiih the  lc-ug end of the score. In air,' ev-  e,:it, -it will !.e a good match, and  well worUi seein-r. Following is Ihe  line-up of the two teams:  FKRNWOODS.  ��������� Holicrtson��������� Catcher.  llolness��������� Pitcher.  Potts���������First base.  Mo ere���������Second lxtsc.  Carne,���������Shortstop.  Shan.' s���������Third base.  Malcolm, Left Field.  Hlacl'.boiiine,���������Centro Field.  Casloav-Kight Field.  Handolrh���������Sub.  LADYSMITH.  Clarke���������Catcher.  J. Kerr���������Pitcher.  T. White, First Base.  J.  Dun5'B.r���������Second  base.  Manual, Shortstop.  A.  nlnrrig-m���������Third iv *���������-���������*.  J. Crossan, Left field:  J. Richards,  Centre fieht.  A.  Cro^san���������Right field.  WORK Btfi,G  PUSHED Oil THE  GOVT. ROAD  Road Foreman Trudell, iu clkurga  of a > aiiig of men at. worl: ir^n tin*  new government road leading to the  ^jcach from the Espla.na.dc, s kited today that he will have the work finished by the aid of the month. At  present leu men are working, but  more will likely be put on next  week. rJ here will be no bridges work  necessary lo cross the' tracks, and  Air. Trudell s-afii to day that it will  be an excellent grade all tbe way  to  the beach.  While ho had no definite information ou the subject, Mr. Trudell wai>  of the opinion that thc road is to  be finished by blie first of J.uly, in  order that it may be used by the-  c, tntractor whose tender is accepted  for the construction of the wharf in  hauling material for building.  Mr. '1 l-ikIcJ'1 thinks that tenders  will he ca.llcd for, aiul work on thc  .structure commenced just as soon as  thc road   is  finished.  The road, while not, of course,  hraded, etc., is already across the  main line of traebs, and is Icing  piiishe.1, on diiwn the hill to Uip last  crossing, which will he reaehod in a  day or two.   o   n  S. S. FARALLON  BOUND FOR NORTH  Has on-Board 150,000 Feet of Lumber  for M'ning Camp i \ North Freight  Will be $10 Per Thousand  Wellington is Discharging Ore at  Crof-  ton Today - Tepic Takes 600  Tons of Coal for Mainland  S.S.  Farallon arrived in poit  this   first    class.     Her lower  decks     and  morning    iiom    Seattle  for    tounkcr  hold  are  laden   with |um*hcr,    while'  ������oal and  will proceed.fiom here    to  Stc������.-L rails, small cars,  etc.,   o'-cupy  Skagway,    calling in    af Ketchikan.  I'ho   Faralle.n    has  on  board    about  l")i),(K.O U-.et of redwood liiuft'r fion>,'  California, for Davvscn, which will jfo ,'w,Ul  a!,oul 600  tous    ol 00q1>     leffc  used  for.  ditching purposes on     one   for Vancouver  this  forenoon.  of   Ihe  big    placers in that  vicinity.'  The cost    of    shipping    this  lumber  , ihe upper deck.  The  Topic,  with  two scows    laden  M'RS STANDER TELLS  OF CRUEL TREATMENT  Speaking- of Saturday's big- wrestling- match in Nanaimo Saturday,-'the  Vancouver  Province says:  "X large-crowd of locevl sports  will leave here on Saturday on the  Comox, which hits '���������been chartered  lor tbo occasion, to . witness ���������.'���������: the  wrestling- match 'in Nanaimo between  Sinclair Swansun niwl M. Matsuda.  The* sale of .seats, in Naiiniino is al.  ready very largo ami people are  kcoining in tlu!i*o f>'om all the surr-  rouncling towns to see their, man  throw Matsuda.. But local men who  know thc ���������.Japanese expert say that  they will l>e very much disappointed,  and have it, fi^irwl out. that -Matsuda  ought to win from I be. N'nnninio  man. Tbo Japanese lias learned a  lot since he tackled Swuusoii iho  last time;, and is also st rongx-i' and  faster. Anyway, it will be the best,  match t'lint has been held around  these parts for some tune, ami those  who g-o over to Nanaimo will be  well  repaid    lor their'tremble."  fn referring- to the same match  yesterday's  News   Advertiser  says;  ������������������When Matsuda, the local .lapnn-  oso wrestler, goes up against- Swan  son in Nanaimo ou Saturday next,  he will be backed   heavily hy a  imm-  exclwuiging- sides. 'T-furry up Milco. ber of local sports who are ronli-  and slide me a chew.' There were* dent that he can land the miner on  some girls  on   tho  tenru."���������Pit I.sIuii-r-  his back at any stage, of the     g*aiae.  Seattle.���������Antonius F. Stan-'ler, i.be  builder and owner of the Standci  Hotel aiul-.holder of several- hui-dro-l  (housiind doHai'S1 worth of othei  valiiRi'jle Scuttle realty, was 'sued foi  divorce in tlie superior court c-n Mot*,  day by Violet L. Slander. The com-'  plaint not only asl s for a divorce,  but for an injunction' restiakviag  Stand, r and F. M. Jordan, his agent, fro.n .disposing'' of any of the  Stunder holdings until the determiA  n.j.tiftn   of    .the divorceVprococd;������gs.  he .(livirce  is- asked  for  on     m;any  ffio: nets  of .'.cruelty and  infidelity.  The complaint sets .up that in ,18 )7  at- Dawson, .Slander entered into an  ag-rceihent with the woman suing for  a divorce that if she would live with  him as his wife he would give her  one-half .of all tbe mininis; claims  that.Iic owned in. the vicinity of D-avy  son. It was further agreed that at  some'convenient' tinie a legal ma1'-  riage ceremony should be performed.  The couple lived'together as 'man an-.!,  wife until January 27, '-190.1,, , when'"  they were legally married in San  Francisco.  For four years the wife declares  that Slander has been 0u a continued spree and that during that  time he had ���������'treated her cruelly.  'Phc cruel treatment, began in Dawson, accoi'diriig to the complaint,  when, after the woman had tied from  the cabin to avoid'foein^ seriously in  juried he pursued her, throw Lug rocks  at ber. Cn another occasion complaint is tn-adp that Slander" severely beat her in the Haw-son cat! in,  and while she was lying prostrate  on the HoQr threw a lighted lamp  at her which exploded. The woman  was oldiged to spend the night in  Die hills back of tlie cabin while Ihe  husband went to the Forks, where  he shot up the town and lamlc.d in  jail.  In June of last year the wife alleges that .ber hu&||<aiid threatened to  tube her life with a revolver mil ess  she. would sign a deod transferring  to him all her interest in the Stan-  der Hotel.  When she refused he said ��������� that lift  was going out to get a drink, mil  upon his return would carry out his  threat. The wife says only the intervention of the police sa.ved her  life. For several days the wife accused Slander af carrying -a revolver  aibn'.it the streets  looking for her.  Last March, the complaint sets up,  tliat Slander chased her from the cor  OF C. ROSS  At 2:30 today, word was telephoned- down from Extension to the effect that the body of Chas. Ross  has been  found.  It will he romemibered thai Mr.  Ross was drowned in. the Naaiahno  River, just below the1 fall's, on April  21st, while attempting lo jump from  one ledge or rock to another. The  unfortunate mare's foot slipped, and  he disappeared .beneath the water  Although an almost constant search*  has l.ocn kept up since, the accid.'nty  it ..was. not-until this afternoon that  Uie searchers were rewarded and the  body re cove rod. It was found in  what is known as Prospect Hole,  about half a mile below wluvre th/  aCea>lent occurred.  ProvuMcial  ConstaMe Cass id y '   has  left  for  the  scene of tha discovery.  BOUGHT BY  JAMES HULL  St. Pa id", .Tune I:'..���������It is reported  hero, thai .rames 1-1 ill, President of  the Great Northern railway, has  bought thu' controlling interest .in  tbo Midway & Vernon Uailvvay, ex-  pec I ing1 to use ihis as a! link in tho  new line between K'ooienay and the*  coast.  Last, week .fourteen thousiind tons  of rails ������ve onlerr-il ioi' this line  from (.'ape lire) on. 11 is expected  lhat the line .will be rushed through  without .delay. The line which is  to be about a liundi cd-mile.s in length  was originally projected by New  York  ea oil a lists.  The  Jesse Mac was  in this morn-  with a scow for coal, leaving short-  fiom Seattle to Sbagway alone   will |iy after noon.  be in the neigtf'jorhood of $10 per j The .vmall coaster Tere Novre. was  thousand, and this, in conjunction in at Uie wharves this fore'rioo;v for  with the present  price of lumAfcr an.! ' bun'-er coal.  other  shipping thills,  will  bruig    the.    The S.S. Wellington    is at    Crol-  ccst up  lo.'pretty high figures i-y ihe _ ton   today  discharging  ore fir     the  time it reaches  its  destination.   The  smelter there.    She'may call inhere  steamer has  on  board   eleven steer-   for coal    after discharging  at  Profane passeif,:^rs for Skafljivay, and ono   ton.  BOND COP-  f  PER CLAIMS  Nelson, June 14.���������Louis Pratt, tlie  manager of the Last C-haac e mine,  and N. J. L'<avan%ijgth, pi tiiqf ^jlocaiy  .--.tar, Sandon, Iiave ibonued some copper claims on the west of Okanogan  lake for $20,000 and will arrange for  an early start on de.olopjnejit won*:.  Mr. lJratt informed the Vernon  News thajt Uie deal was entered into  on Ijeliall of a  i\ew York   syndioate.  EATEN BY  HiS DOGS  HaJiSax, N. S.-,������- WSllv^n Mcliiay,  formerly of Halifax, now assistant  manager of a lumi>er company in  Labrador, is home <m. a visit. Mr.  McKay says that on his way here,  while at Indian harbor, straits of  i3e'!le isle, he heard of a tragrdy  v.hicli had occurred there, just jnre-  vious to his    arrival,   ���������\vh*e*n  a    man  Although    thc    claims  were now     a  mere prospect,    ^cry    little develop- aimed Koliert Crumby bad .been kili-  m-nt  w0rk hanng    been,   done,   the|td ^^   ^ten by the dogs he  samples   of ore- taken .Ironx . diflereni !.~.���������        ~       ,     ,.  dTiving.     Crun^by hves  in: a  sampl  Marts of the wiorkings, l0oked very  j.romising. If further development  ������stipuld reveal a large .Jjody of ore  as good as the saniples, tliere was  no doubt that the .property would be  very valur|)Ae.. The prelimiinary wor..|  however, would cost a gt'eat deal.  Pra^hily from $.50,000 to $-100,000  would have to he spent before it  would he known whether it was  worth while t0 put in a plant at all  The shipping facilities were good,  filie lower workings of the''mine .were_  only about two and one half miles  from the lake shore and could be  connected with the shipping point by  a gravity  tramway.  ''"the eastern propie for. whom we  are acting," said Mr. Pratt, will  proceed  at once    with, the work    of  was  region  several miles from firewood supplies,  and he was on his way for a load  with a sled drawn (by nine dogs.  IVto out of sight of the ��������� village- he  had left and a<bout twenty -jninate**  ia advance of another dog .team that  was folio wing,' his dogs turned' on  hi'in and tore him to pieces. When,  the' oilier team came up Criui4i:|>-wag  dead and ' the pack were devouring  him. So intent and fierce were the  canines, Mr. McKay says, that two  of them, before they would cease  tearing- at the human flesh had their  heads stricken oft with ax*?S- Sub-'  sejquently the dogs were all shot.  Tlie pack of dogfs was known to lie  tad', and it was not customary for  one    man  to   30 alcne    with ihemi.  development.-    An engineer will'    be (Crumby  on    tliis  occasion,  luowe.er,  on  the ground inside of thirty days, !.el Li  so,  arwl  the  poor  fellow  perish-  CONDEMNS  MUCK RAKERS  jTho Jap has boon working   out   with j,^ of   Kirst AVenue pml James' St.,  to the corner of Madiscn street-and  assaulted- her. A police officer who  witnessed the assault placed Stander  under at'.rest. Since that time the  couple have not lived toother. Siinca  "Gazette."   o-  1 M'urdock and  Wilgress,    both  heavier  Londo*. Juno 14.���������The Morning nnd more experienced men but be has  Post's correspondent at Lnffos re- had no trouble in throwing them,  ports a political rising in sonlhern Con. Jones, Manager of the ' English  Nigeria.     Tbe   British 'assistant   com   Bn.v   Bathing-&'   Athletic   Club,      bar,  niissie-iior Oswald has been murdeivd 'placed S200 on Matsuda. und he says | that ��������� time, the wife alleges, Staidr liards has been played at Stoke, Staf  in the Asada hinterland.fTcavy fight- that he is sure that tbe little brown ( has 1 been living with another woman fordshire, in, a cage with six lions as  ing Is expected. J man can deliver the goods." as his wife. onlookers.  Priaceloii, N.,1., .luiit* 1 -1 .*��������� The* Ustic.  caJ.uireiati- sermon of Princeton's com-  meiic.nient vv;,s deiixcreel today in  Alexander Mall hy Be.v. Henry Van  Oyl.e.'  "\'oices of despair are heard," he  sand, "crying that all is rotten. On  the other side," he said "conservative and soothing \ ewes are heard  protesting  against   the   tempest."  lie condemned the "nruck raker,"  and  said:  "If, indeed, the age de critical,  su.sj-.icious, censorious, let, us then  strengthen ourselves by the contagion of virtue to play the. better part.  Let us cast, in our lot, not with  the destroyers, hut wiih the fulfill-  ers."  and will commence \>ry shortly after his arrival. The bond arrange,  ineeits we have entered into, call foi*  the first payment in 'six months, so  we will have to do some hustling- to  accomplish what we wish.by that  iiime."  STRONG LIKE  SAMPSON  ed,   die was  about 35 years  old and  unmarried.  Some time ago, John Laitie, his.  wife and grand daughter started f^r  Nain, a Moravian settlement north  of Gillispoi't. They were never heard  of. again, an,rl the supposition is that  tlieir ,don;s  killed  and devoured, them.  . o   SCIENTISTS  I ARE HURT  Hostou, Mass., June 13. ��������� Thirty-  four Christian Scientists  were injur-  Walla Walla. June 14.���������To win a  $20 bet, Joe Montana, a muscular .It  alian    gardener,    carried a liundreel-  po-und sack- of sugar front the Walla ���������   .  ,. .. .       .  Walla Produce Company's warehouse * fd lhroif' lhe o^i'turmng of ������  to the Hcnrv ranch at West Walla f������! sl&ht~^mS automofbile -ia the.  Walla, and back, a distance of six j Brighton ^strict today. Every per-  miles, this morning in less than two  hours. Montana was not allowed to  l-.twer tlie sack to the ground and  accomplished the feat without becoming excessively  exliausted.  W. S, OfTner, president of the produce company, followed tlie Italian  in a buggy to see that the conditions of the match were carried out.  80 far as known this is the greatest feat of 'strength ever exhibited  in Eastern Washington.  son on tlie car received injuries,  j Mogt of the party sustained nothing more serious than scratches and  bruises.  STATUE OF IIARCOUUT.  London,    .rune   13.���������Premier   Camp-  loiidon,  June,   t-1.���������A  game of V>il-  be-11-Banuerman  unveiled    in  the lpb-  jby    of the    House  of  Commons to-  ' day a tins ��������� statute   of the   later Sir.  Willtam  Harcourl.  TflK   'FRISCO   STRIKE  San Francisco, Juno iy.���������No progress was mado today towai'd a set-  tlevment of the marine strike. and  the lockout seems   to be   permanent.  National Guardsman Laurence X.  Bccht-e*l was held to answer today,  after preliminary hearing', for th������  killing of Frank Kiordan, & young  athlete who was shot down eiuririg-  the progress of tho fnv. la^st April.  A charge of manslaughter was fixed  against Bechtel and bonds fixed at  S5.Q00. . to ^Oaym^w^-vj-Jli n t  THE IADXSMITU DAILY   LEDORR  THC DAILY LEDGER  Published   every   day   except Sunday  _BY-  THE. DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  THURSDAY  June   14,   1006  Try a Province Cigar.   o   TRTCKS f\' RUNNING  "LoUg distance runners haw: manv  Utile tricks to keep themsehes fiom  Tining when on an endurance lesl  like a Marathon run,." says Louis  Marks in the  Chicago  News  "One of the'��������� first ��������� things a i uiinci  must learn if he wishes to be a  Jong .distance man is lo handle his  feet in the right, way," said AUnl-s  "When running the feet should nevpi  he lifted far from the ���������.ground, but  the run .should',be a sort of 'ska.t-  -ino;-' slide. All Indians ru-i in this  way, and so avoid the fali������iiii* which  would be caused by the e\eilion of  lifting the feet higher than is necessary. ^  "'A new runner always starts out  w'ith! that fault, especially if he has  ���������had his start in i.he spi nils, \\hcie  almost' without ������������������exception the a(li.  ledes' lift the feet, aiul! Jcg*. ni'iich  higher than  loiigr-distance men do  "I have'; f-ni n d in the in a n \ M a 1 -  athon races in : which I ���������have inn (hat  1 experienced no trouble of fatigue  i'i my -body except in my fecit and  the calf of iny legsi That is, unless I was physically* unfit foi the  race. -Sam M'i Her and Tom Cook,  of New York and Bostom are (he  cleverest rimners in America (o my  aiotion, and Schrtib, of Enrrfand, is  another who takes advantage of t*\-  ery little point in his .game His  run at top speed .resemlhles (he  glide .more than, that of. any olhei  ntajn's I havje ever see.cn compete, in  a d-ist-ance race,'and he has beua as  successful as any other nuiiicr in  America.  the caLuhing oi ilio luoul Jish ui  british Columbiii, not moic than 200  .-, ards iroui thc itoi^t iloo1- will gu  Jar to add an .ukhtional lustiu to  it*j already laiaotis name to .soorts-  i neu and travo IJ ui.s  The large tiouL winch we ba\o mentioned above is now un ice in the  A\iudfaor Ua' and will lie on cvhibi-  tiou until the .uiisal oi the steamer Waialuali- . with (he escursion  ci owd on boai'l iioiii Si-attU* Tliu  sight to the loiiu-as n1 such a laf*,'.  tiout will no I'ouhl ���������_*iv.*.* somv.' oi  the paity ,i loi.yni/^ to ui-.t a line in  llic noted streams 'afound . Xanainio  and wo maj ���������.������������������\pii.l lo sir in a \*-i\  shoi l tmii' a [i.uIn t,i \im*ii(.in lout  isK IiiKiiij..,        nil    mi      1 laiiullon .s  stteuiu, aiul > mil-, i \ <n nisi In honk  tlu- ���������iim'l ������.* io il)'' 'ri.-roi'd ���������'liivuker cuu-  jH, 1 i t    iii llic   xniiiiU   (il  111    Ai Img-loii  It has linn M'i*,.,. *>ii d, .ind it is  possible lllul t h,- ^.unKi'st I,in inii\ III'  at led upon, to Ii.im the tioiil l.i\-  on up to Hu- I ui,.ii Hi i\\ini> ('(uii-  panys I'l-conii"- plant anil li.-ivi- il. ri'o  /en niMfh ,i solid i.il.i ni ii,- and  |llun plaied on i \liilni 'on in -s.-attle,  as oiie oi Ihe a l 11 ,u I ions aijd lndiii*.-  iiieiU1-   (il.eicd    In   Nanaimo    loi   lom-  1SI S        I O      *��������� ISII       it S     sllOl I'S  Smoke Big B. Cigars.  'Washington,' June 13.���������The 11ousc  Committee on Agriculture, tonight a  greed, on a .meat'inspection aineivd-  inent to the agricultural uppi opi m-  tion bill, placing the cost on inspection on the government, and making an automatic approprmi ion foi  the year to pay air cost. All meat  and meat products *>jrtaining to ��������� inter-state ' Commerce -must bear government labels which guarantees that  *- .     ���������  products have been made of healthful  meat and has been put  up  in a  sanitary  manner.  Try Capital and Nugget Cigars  A IBIG TROUT  Nanadmio,  B.C.,  Juno 1-1.���������  fThere was in The Herald Office last-  nig*ht, and which is now on exhibition in the Windsor bar t.he largest  trout ever caught in British Columbia. '  The trout, which is of the .Rainbow-  variety, tips the settles at sixteen  pounds and was brought into town  last ,n ght by Mr. H. Aitken, for.m-  erly Manager of tho Herald Printing  and Publishing" Co. The trout was  given, to Mi\ Aitken by Mr-  Percy Good, proprietor of the Arlington Hotel situated at the head  of Nanoose Bay; about sixteen miles  distant,   f'-oiu town.  The trout was caught liy Mr .T.  Turner, a resident of Xnnoose Bay,  in Hamilton's Creek, the stream  which crosses the Albemi-Xanniiiio  wagon road about a 'hundred yards  distant from the Arlington llbtel  Mr.-. Turner who caught, the iikui-  stoi-���������.t.r.out * witih a rod and line, using a ..fly, "������������������.���������had-'-an exciting time in  landing his prize'. Al'tor playing  with it fo*- a considerable time, and  being unsuccessful aflor" several attempts to land it, 'Mr. 'Punier sent  his boy^-home after a. galT hook,  with which 'the lucky fisherman finally landed  his  fish.  The stream in which I his monster  trout was caught,, has long- been noted ,ns one of t'be best, in the country,  and many nre the -baskets., of trout  that have iK-en brougbt to Nanaimo.  from this famous retreat both of  ���������fishermen  nrul  huntsmen   as  well.  The Arlington Hotel, which is at  present under the control of Mr. P.  Good, formerly of t Ms city.'lias long-  been famous as si tun; ted in the centre of one of the best- fishing and  hunting   districts,   of* t.he  island,   and  At the .Yarmouth-Y.M.C:A. .Boys'  Camp, held, at Tuske^'Falls in *'August, I found MINARD'S LINIMENT  most beneficial for sun burn, and immediate relief for colic and toothache. ��������� ��������� v  ALFRED STOKES. >���������  _,..    General Secretary ...  Union made-Capital & ���������Nugget Cigars  A PERSIAN I10RSI-;  'M-fcrsia-ji lioises," sujs Alts Bishop in ".Jotiine\s in 1'cisia and Km-  ,listan)i' "die to be adniueil and liked Then beauty is a souite of con  siant t-njouncnl, and they aie almost mwuul'ly gentle and docile  ft is in \.iui to foi tn any lesolutiion  tj^amst making a pet ol MUl of them*  My new acquisition, 'Hov,' insists  on being pelted, and Ins iMitiom������  \\a\s arc uresistiblc He is always  tethered iii fivinf of my tent, -with a  tope long enough to gi\e him con-  sidi'iahlc ltlicity, and he tool, ^haulage ol if the \eiv Inst dav to  come into niv tent and lnake it ap-  paienL th.i,l he wanted me lo divide  a lemon with hun. (liapes weie his  piofeience, then tame cucum/bei,  In cad, and Imsciuts 'Finally he  diank null* out, of a, soup plate lie  conies up to me'and puts down', his  bead to ha.c his eais xnubed, and  if f do not at tend to him at once,  oi if I cease atleii<hni> to him, ne  'gives me a gpn.tle, but admonitoiy  thump       I diue outside  the tent aiul  3������*s5_3  1  IT DEFIES  'COM PETITION  I'S  DUNDEE*--  Scotlands Best..  ItlE IDSOil'S MI (0.  Sole Aye-Ms for Ji. C  ik :���������������-���������_. Tit ������������������������������������'*���������**������*Vm?vr*.m--*m **+#I'O'fW****ti .**������V^-���������<V'mT^/*'*.  =#*  P-   VOU    WANT AGOOD   First Class*  V  CALL  A1-  J. X. Smith's Restaur  a-.t  ALWAYS OPEN  FIRST   A\ ENUK  he  is  tied  to  ni)   cliau,   aiid    waits  with woii'deiiul patience  foi   the odds  and  ends,   onl\   occasionally * iul>biiiL,  his sofi  nose  ayainst inj   face to  tc  mind     ine   he is thcie      A  Intualy  sntillle  is  the  only  sound he    mal-cs  lie does not know   how   to  li������ht,  oi  lhat    teeth   and   heels   ate   lot      any  otlieL uses than eating and   diiiil.iiiii  lie is  ifally   the ������iea(osi   and    most  docile    ol   lus   race.      'J lit   point     af  u hit li   he    dtaws     Ihe   line   is   bt'iiiji,  led,   then he  diaws  back and a mulish  look comes into   his  sweet   ujes.  Hut he follows hKe  a dog, an.I whi-n  1   walk  he is  alwajs  with mi*.      lie  tonics  when  1  call lain,  store*    when  1   do,  accompanies "when  1   lea\e   Uie  load in, seaith ol llowcis, and usually out1-- his head on in\   shoulder   of  under    my  ai ni        To hun  1   am mi  euil)odimeait    of    melons,   eucumbeis,  gtapes,  peaches,  hiscuns and   sugai,  with a i^ood deal ol peftuiu-Vuul cat-  lulnhiu"  thrown m "  HOW TO HREAK UP A COlJ"*  It may be a sutpiise to many t*j  leain that a se\cie cold can be completely bro'en up in one or two  days' tune The fir-a syni-1*", nn*:- cf  a cold is a diy, loud coi;t,li, a pio  fuse watciy discharge fion t'c e s-e,  and a thm, while toih-iy on tie  tongue. When Chamberlain's Coiiiib  remtxly is taken every hour on the  lust appearance of thesi symptoms,  it counteracts the effect of thc cold  and restores the system to ahc'HIiy  condition w.thin a day ol two Ft i  le by Ladvsmflh Ph.umnc}^  RAYMOND & SONS  ���������Dcah'is  in��������� ���������-  Lime,   Plaster P.uis,    P.nck, ^  Fire  Ruck and  Vancouwi is- 'a  Viand cement. g  6  Pandoia St.  Vutoiia HO T  l"U   f  ''(Jk  M������'  ; Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Railway  j Time Table No. 38  \                                           Effective April 2fii.li, 190C.  'lraiia  <ea*e  J *������������)smith  lor   Victoria  ami all   mlei ii.cdiaie stations     at  II 10 am   dailv, antl'at 3.00 p.m. on  'Wednesdays, Saluid.ns,   and    Sitn-  iIjv*.                      -    ,"'  iraii.s   1h������\#   ladysmith  lor  Wellington and  all   intermediate stations  at  11 f)7 a in    daily, and   at 700 p.m.    on \U-d>ie*Ml������us,  Satiudays    and  Sundajs.           -  < l:xci:-sion Tickets ^-wmz������>-  l        '. ON SALE TO  AND   FROM ALL STATIONS  ud Sundays,  return ng not later lhao  "rS-g ,  . |  good for  souik jemrney  Saturday^ /��������� ud  L,������tKl������       5 ll-tlTl All   Uie lollowin-4  M������*i\Ky. _    ,i.-J!  R. P. RITHEI",  i  f. Steamer Joan   Sails from  l.*������ysmith for Vancouver every S-J^tunlav at 0 00 am   and  rrtuinun: sails fiwn  Vancouver    lor   ^.adysruith ai 2.30 u in  O. Iv. Courtney,  Disiricl IV<;st-iift������*T Agent  <SC   CO.,     Ltd   .~>S Oovcrnincnt St., >Vietoi,ia./l>..0.   i  DAY SCHOOL  Uiual subjects taught, aleo Ian  ^uage" diawinp in pencil and ciay-  ons, paint ng in oils and water col-  irs, pianoforte and vocal lessons giv-  *n In clas**t* oi individually  iMISS  RKHTKAA1,      Ladysmith, P C  I'.it Mi>'   l 'MSt  vlOTOIUA.   -    -  SHAVES & B\HIS  Known    as      tbt   Ladysmith  Shaving  Pailois, High St., I   mi-end, by keep  nig competent   work men,  io conduct  a first-class  establishment,  hih!       respectfully  solid* your patronage.  THOMAS LEWIS  I  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN;  Wall Papers  Call oo J, E, Smith  House and Sign Painter  Are loa fioin? fast?  Then 'iff m-i" y.iat tickets reatf 11*'  th*  North Western Line  The only line now making UNIOI**  nrcpOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS Wltfc^ 'th������  throuK'i trams from the Paciflt  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST   ��������� LINE, TF  FINEST  TRAINS,   THK  LOWKS"  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  M1NN1  \POLlS,   ST.   PAUL,  CHI  C.VGO.    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT'  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete  information-ask y  local agent or write,  V.. W.'PARKER  General   4r&t>  ri'lo 2ni Ava., Seattle  UndeijjNew Mnnagntent  HOTEL WILSON  Jus* R. McKinneli, Prop.  NANAIMO  ''Jommerciar Mens' headaanvters.  < Modern and     Strictly  First Class.  Fire Proof     Puildiaa*.  HOTEL  DOMINION  '��������� Unti-R^l.2-r> ondl;!.SO���������  Fro to  ������il fitiTiinliont, ;i:'.iul re a and  ^ulwaydopotp/- lilecfcr'*i*;*-a'PS*vi\ry five  ..fiinutes fcoull.pflrta ol "tl e city. Bar  anil table nnesc dl(-d.  V.  BAYNFS, P.-opri8!6r,  \PBOTT ST., VANCOUVER B, C  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK���������  and   WHITE  LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmitb'/  Best accommodation for transient  \nd permanent boarders! and lodgers.  OK AND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  aMy fuiriished and the bar is up'-to-  (|Kte Rates }IM a day and ; mp-  w\rds. ���������*���������    '���������������������������'.",'.  WM.  BEVERIDQE, Prop.  9!i"������lM>a*i������ '������������������ ������������������J~- ���������������������������::��������������������������� TJa������yaailih  Sfl-AM llli.\T|-|i  FURNISH   UOOMS'  BAR SUPPLIED WITH BR: T  WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGAR'  A. J. McMURTI-IlE, IVoprletor  Newl>- fitted up and  Furnished  I'Abvf jwrw, . c  Good tables and good  Rooms ���������  PORTLAND HOTEL  DAVID  MYNDS,  Prop.  Board at reasonal.'.e  Rates  This   Hotel- liiiS  The .liar, is extra  well  Stocked  been  completely       renovated.  Board  and lodging Jl.00 per day:  HOTEL   PRETORIH  JOHN Ti'A, Proprietor  liar  Supplied   with   the   Hcst   Wlnua, 1st Avenue :-:  :-: >' Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and  Cigars.  _ _ ^. _ _ _. . ^ ������f������i ���������������.   ~ ������������.������.-^'%.'*������***>*������*������^*-*1  TicLit and  I-'reight _ Olhce,  7f.  Oovt'inment; Screen '  Transcciitiriental  The Scw-Tjam-fj"  ORIENTAL LIMITE.D  Tbe Tram of..   ,  Ease,   Elegance,; Excellence.  -  Every.,mile  a^pieturc,    and -  no smoke to spoilt the < view.  -Through Compartment,   Observation : and  Pullman  Sleepers;    also 'Through- 'Tourist  Cars' to Chicago. .  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty  Union * Terminals   with' all  Steamer lines.  Beith reservations by wirel  I   Grea't Northci'n' S.S. Co  ���������FOR  JAPANV1\NI> CHINA  jSteaimships Minnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for Japan    and China ports at   fre-  .ifuenr dates. '    Exact    sailing  dates' can lie secured upon application to any 'Great Nrirlh-  jein lepfesentative.-  -  IS. 0.  YERKES,'  1        A.G.P.A.,  Seattle, Wash.  ���������B. R. STEPHEN, ������.  !    Gen.  Agent; VidoVia; B.C. '  Fletcher Bros.  Pianos ,& Organs  Ladysmlth/D.C.  NURSIES   GREENHOUSES AMD SEtO  HOUSES  S')10   Ve^tunnster  Road,  YAiVCOUFEft.  \\A)  ,y Headquarters for   PACll-IC GROWN Oarilen, llcla  and flower SKliDS  for distribution. ;  Large stocK of Home  Grown FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL TREES  now matured for Spring.  No evpense, loss or delay of wmi<jiitioii or inspection  Let me -1 ice yo"i list  r,l}ufore   plaring your   or-  . der. ������3te*'nnouse Plants,  l-'ioral PaduiAes   Fe\ tili-  /crs   etc.  .3010  Westnviiislet Road.  VANCOUVER, n   C.  <**^ -^*     9s~*  V*  Plumbing and" Tinsmithing  DONE  AT  Reasonable Prices   B>   J. ANDERSON  J.<ea\'e order*  at  Veterson1*?  Furn -  tu re -Store, or telephone No 5:*i.  ul    ,yj:i  %     THEIFYEal COPPER CQv, Ltd,  *.  * i  * ������������������  +  +  PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, QOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  3r������ielting Works at  LAaVSJVLITn  .������������������+  *���������+'  **  +  '+  *  t  t  t  *  HEAD OFFICE  * DUNCANS STATION.  *���������������������������' ���������     ���������  c.-  I  Vancouver Island, B. C.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  General Manager.  4.+++++++^4^+*++++r-t++*f++i >+-v^++i ���������r-v^-j't<*f-f+^  .������..������.^..������.,>..������..������.������������������������.������..>..������"������.������������������������.������..���������������.���������������������������������������.���������������..������..���������������.������..������..���������������������..������..������..������"������"������.->..,i.���������������..������..������������������������������.���������������������������������������..������������������������������..������������������..������������  iT0������ESI STOVES!  We are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  Al| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickel Plating, in all.its* branches a Specialty  f   Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53  t  |  P. 0. Box -12.  TH6 C IT YT*i n R K6T  ^ R. Williamson Prop  i St. A veil ue Ladysmith BC,  \VM.  MUNSIE,   President    J.  W. COIUIRN, Managing  Director.  Telcpliane -l-(>. *  ���������  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd,  -KV  ^".'���������*J  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH--  Shingles a ������pooi-alty  MANUFACTURERS  OF   Rougfli a,������ul I>r������ss������d Fir and Cedar Lunibors  LATHS, .SHINGLES,   MOULDINGS,      W���������-'**"  UlfJa  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND   DRIED     FLOORINGS      AND  FINISHING  LUMBER IN  STOCK  PAINTING   AND   PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done-     -.-���������" ...r...:���������..*..|j..,...;rj..-,.        Orders  Promptly     [xf 11 (e  S. ROEODING    -> ��������� ���������   LADYSMITH  LADVSMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     KORN1TDRF MOVED PROMPTLY  A   ND  SAFELY.   Stables In tlie re*r of the Lad ysmith hotel.     Leave ordt-rs at   the  Abtoots     ford.  A.   J   WASKE,  P^  b^'   ' H^H^^M-i ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� 4 ++++^i^+^++~i~t-++������++++++++++++++++++  ��������� :.  -I ���������au^w-tgijffl-gigjii  THE LADYSMITH DAILY L^DQER  j=J!A*n_:  LODQKS  LADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.���������  Kathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall every 2nd and -1th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. "<-  MRS. KATE TATE,  M. of R. & C.  HiL8ERr  \ Ssmtsstses^  ������_*a������itir>*������������t  I-MIJ.D  ANCIENT      OKDKK   W)  DRUIDS  Wellington   Glove   No    4   U.   A.  O.   ���������  Meets   w  tic  i" n   O   .K   ||atl,   ��������� .  dy smith.     Use   Second    and,     iV.iti  fleilnesiln> *-* ��������� ,' each  month   eoiiu.--1-  iiig  Wcdn.-.-.ti;*,,   Kith .   190:*  Visiting  Diuid*-.      are w\ led   t-  U-wl.  Bv Or ier  WM   RAl-TF.lv, Keof S<-o������.������  "ATltirh'  I-.I.--K.  V    '.  Dr. Dier can he found at any tin I-  at his olTice on Gatacre st. His de"  tal work is gi aranteod io be fir*-<  f'lat! and r.ites reasonable ������l  NOTICP  From      this  dat<-  the   mulei signed  will   riot   L*e   responsible   foi   any  In  debtedness     incurred except on      ���������  written oreu-r signed hy the secretar>  RmwIaV-if  ilf&chii-  V.   f    KXPI.ORATfON  .v   DFA'Ct  OVMKMT CO.,  LTD  N'on  Pcrsnna!  IJahil'ty.  v^.���������,,,   n ...    v,������ ,ftfh   ,������ftt  iENBHAlj' hXPRESS AND  PELIVEBY  WORK PROMPTLY  DO-v-^  Leave orders at the Abhotsford  M.R. SIHPSOX  aollcitor,  Eta  t.   Avrnu-. LAnvsviiH  Dr. R. B. Diet  Surgeon Dentist  All   woik   guaranteed  and  at   reasonable  rules.        i  RESIDENCE   AMD  OF^IHE  Gatacre fit Lady.' miih  ()] on at all  hours.  LADYSMi f il   l<AKJi U V  CHOICE     CAKES    AND    PASTRY  ALWAYS    J'KES'll   ON  HAND  Wedding     d!.e������   -liade    lo   Older  FRl'iTS "a-^D    CANDIES OF  ALL  KINDS.   /UESil    BREAD .EVER V   DAY  i'riccs    are     Very Reasonable.      All  Customers  are Treated -Alike.  HOP  LEE * CO  ON THF-   iSPLANADE.  r  &3  doii iifn m  $ i, o������#  ������  Child re  EXCELLENT  Train Servicei  BCTWCKN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  And tho Principal HubIiicbs Centers of  Ontario, Quebec, and theB  Maritime Provinces.     N  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND        B  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAOARA FALLS. ������  For Time Tal)k*a, etc., uddrcBa f  CEO. W. VAUX, f  Assistant C.o.n'l PaHScngoi* auil Tlckot Agent,  133 ADAMS ST.. CHICAGO, ILL.  Gili. amp ionsh i',;p   id a 3 e b a 11    M a t c  '.        '       NANA I Alp   Rl-JLIANC I-!  VS.  I Ain ,S.\JIT11.  G;ham pi.o irs hip  l ,VANCoi;vu:it v*-*1  rr .. G,r.a n d    R  I^jcliau Canoe Races, Log  Rolling Coniesis, Sculliiip, Afutcln-s, uio  p.  Championship V. 1. ttwircmlng Match-*-**.Amateur  L - '       >  ���������   K  ���������JT"���������5s=rB 1 \l   T u g-rO f���������w a r-  I "T ��������� ���������  LOCrGIN.G   CAMPS   VS,  LADYSAHTll.  . 1       *���������      klu T������  Excursion  Rates-'From AH Point  in ulll  Manniaoturcrs of the Famous  CUKAN   I3LOSSOT  None .bu   U:iiiv, Labor   'ICuiploysd  n    I    HOOTM. Prop  J. PIERCY & 00.  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE aBY GOODS  VICTORIA, B. C.  Express Work  Light Teaming.  Orders With-  Wood and   Bark  for sale.     See  J.   KEMP,  or' leave  W. CARTER*  1'IRST AVENUE  PHONE     6-0  RUSSELL   SIMPSON,  Chairman ."  J. ���������   ��������� -  11.  MACKLIN,  Treasurer.  JAS.  ADAAI  J  Sccretiiiv  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on Roberts   Street ������,  nay Water     Hates, between the 10th   and the 25th of each'"nir.nth.  Office Hours I P. M. 4.30  T.JBMND  '   :       r     . ���������������������������    SUPERINTENDENT.  "������--*)">"������~������">"������'^"������"������ "������������������������������������������<������������������  First Class '       I  klQS FOR HIRE  wood and bark for sale and   delivered.  -������������������������������������'������������������������������������;.���������; '.        express work. !  DAVID JOHNSON  PMONS 66 L^DYSVliTH  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED  AT   SHORT  NOTICE.      DR'ILI.:.-  SIIARPENED   BY  US     ALWAYS   GIVE SATISFACTION.  -���������PICKS  HANDLED  A ND  REPAIRED���������  j- S H I P S M I T H I N rT    1 N      UL.1TS   BRANCH f-:*;  Korseshoers and Oener^' Bfacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Buller Street -    -      -   Ladysmith, B C  E!  I    ICE!    K  Will be Delivered on  Mondays,   WechustJays  F/idf*ys aijd Saturdays  Orders must be in h������, eleven  o'cloclc,' on  day of Delivecy,  Union  Brewing  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Dominion Lands  within t������e Railway. Belt in British  Columbia, may be liomestcaded by  any pel son who i.s the sole head of  a family, or any male over e ghteen  years of age, to the extent of one-  quarter section of 100 acres, more  or less.  Entry iim.sl be made personally at  the; local land office for the district  in which the land is situate,  The homesteader is required lo pei-  foun the conditions conncctoii therewith niulor one of the following  plans:  (J) 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 deceased), of the homesteader, resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may he  satisfied hy such person residing with  the;father or mother.  (:i) if the settler has , his' permanent residence upon fanning land owned by him iu the vicinity of his home  stead, the requirements as to resi-*  deuce may he satisfied by resid:������������������.<:'*���������  ur-on the said land.  Six   monthe'   notice     in     wrili  should be  g'mi to the Cominissioni'i  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of in  ten tion to. apply for patent.  Coal lands may. be purchased at $10  per "acre for soft coal and $20 fo,  anthracite. Not more than ,'<20  acres can be aoVfiiired by one imli i  dual or- company. " Royally at Hi-*  rale of ton cents per ton or 2,i (V-  Mounds shall he r-ollccfcd on Ihe  gross output.  W.  W.   CORY.  Deputy of  the Minister of Tntpn->i  NANAIMO  N3VS. NOTES  The *)-.-(.��������� roliu-y oi th,.- Nanuimo \v.\sv.  bull eliih is a'-rnnginjj i'or games  to bk play oil in this uiiy in Uit*  neai- I'liture 'with tlie l'oix Townsenil  Colts, the Ainu-.urto-i team ulicI th*  Uanu.-i.s  -uid   Elect ri< s of  Si-aitl*-*.  The'Hoard  of IJcunsu   Commissioner*!,     foiisistiiig*   of      Mayor   .flanla,  cliairniiiii,.   Aid.  llnndlen.   and -Mi'.. .)  fshorwood,. imM   hist  night   in th**- council  chambers.  It does, not  require, an  expert to clean out the ' flues; -'  of the "Sunshine" furriaoe--  the only tool needed ia a brush  which  is   supplied   with every  furnace.  Clean-out doow are plaoed in :th������  casing, and the brush can easily be (inserted.  This heater just bristles. with exclusive features such ag  automatic   gas   dampers, large double feed-doors,   ateel   dome,  . double shakers and steel radiator. ., , .  If you want the best furnace made get the " Sunshine."  Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.     Booklet  free.  mcim^  London. Toronto. Montreal.  Winnipeg.   VANcouvEBi" -  St. John. - Hamilton,  m Ladysmith HardwareCo., Sole Agents  Jh rofori'iH-i-! lo tin.- complnint . a-  gainst tho ICaijle JJotel, llic chiui  reported Lhat' consiabk: Neon hao  gon������ in wu'ly on Sunday morning  and found a orowd pljying iio^'r. Hq  rtoiiki haves laid a charge against  ihe bousi-, lull ah I he men were  Having \iiih i-hips it would have  been hard m p'-ovo in court that  ������  gam-.- of i-hanco   v. as lviny  playevl.  Thi*    Chuii'iiian    oi    the;   Hoard was  of  thu   opinion    Lli.il    while   il    might  not   have hci-n  po**siblu   for the court  ii)   convicl      tho     Dli'i nticrs    on      the  > harg-j   of  ^aiuhling,   tho    i-oniplaint  of  the    chi.'f   .s-tati'd   lhat    the    name  j        i '  was, placed   (.Uu-iiig   proliiluied   hours  and  hu could-  not sui*     but   that     a  ehai;g<*    could   he .sustained    on    that  score.      Hu   (the   rltairiiuin)    .slronuls  niijot'led    to a  game  r.l   poker,  m' nnj  oilier g-aine  of cards    being-      played  in   the  open   saloon.       Personally    he  could  not see   why  Ihe  license should  not-   be   renewed.   A(.   the   same    time  Jic .thought,    that   if   the   matter wa.*  The   only  business  i ransaeted    was   o1' sufficient, ..import a nee  io    report lp.  the   renewing' /of   the   various     hotel.. u-e; 'License������������������Board;   it  should     have  licenses    in   the      city   for      another   ������������������ceii of sufllcieiit imporuuice   to    lay  a   charge    agains-t    tho    iiou.se       and  have   the matter    discussed   in eonri,.  Commissioners    Js-he-'wood  and J Ian  (lien   concurred    wiih   the    views  'expressed   by   Chairman      1 ���������Inula      and  .���������would   set 'their  foot   down    on    any  | kind of   gnmhling   with- cards,   what,  fjviir.  Limited  os:r  i NANAIMO    B. C  *^4*H-'!-*-I.^.t.^.i^.j^..j.^4..:..j..h. **..i.4-.l~H-H������-������~I-f'**H*-H--H  NOTICE.  I,   the iinilersig-iKMi  .Jane McMillan,  administratrix of John Hii/jli ���������McMillan,     deceased,    horeb.y.    give notice  that   1  intend at the next sitting of  the Board   of License Commissioners  for   iho    district.of South Nanaimo,  to  he  holilen at Ladysmith on     the  15th day  of June, 1!)0G,  to make application  to lhat honorable body for  a  transfer  of the hotel   licenses     to  sell   intoxicating   llic/uors   under     the  provisions  of  the Statutes  on     that  behalf,     in     the premises known anil  described     as  the Tunnel   Hotel     at  Extension,     British  Columbia,    from  the said     Jchn  Hugh  McMillan     to  Alevander  .1.   McMillan.  jane mcmillan,  Administratrix of Joli,, Hugh MeMi  Ian.  year. |  In i discussing    fhe  renewal    of   the.  license  for   the    Queens  hotel,      Chief |  Crossan complained of a   noise in tlie ������������������  bar 'room     " after   prohibited     hours.!  Chairman   Plnnta .in'spunking-   about,  the   .complaint,      staled    thai       the  chief should   have' laid     a   charge    a-  gainst  the   house   and   had  the maf-  Ior  settled    in   iho   courts.'  .       After  the  members   of  the   Board  expressed  themselves   on the   mailer   the   renewal   was  grnnled.   but   with   the      distinct, understanding*  that  if any    further    complain I.    was  made,  il.  would  not  be looked o*ver again.   .  In reference to the .application oi  Snni ..Tones for n renewal * of the  Ragle hotel license, the chief reported of a game of poker having  been played there, on the night of  May l.i'.lli. also of a" game being  played in (he Cent ml on Ap>'il 10,  and one in the I'rovin ia! on April  1'f.  Paisley Dye Works  Kaimy  Dyeing ���������������������������<]   eiranin,;-*.  Charg--  fs re;-s ii;i,l.le. etc.     Work (!ii;u''inlctVl  Oomiiierci.il St.��������� Nanaimo, B- G.  SunlijrlH Snap is better Ulan other soaps, but  Is best when used in ihe ^uiili*;lit \\ ny.  liny Sofiiij.li t Srii:p .���������mil tollmv Direction*;  1    K eep  house.  Minard's    Liniment  in  tin'  THE ViiRY BEST REMEDY  FOR  BOWEL  TKOUBLK  Mr.  M.  F.  Uurroiighs,  an  old   and  wolf-known    resident     of      Blufl'lo-  Ind., says:    "1. regard ClianiJi*crlain\**  Colic,   Cholera  ;uul  Diarrhoea  Kenif.  dy as   (he very .best  remedy  for bowel  (rouble.     I   make  this statement  after having used  the remedy in    my  family  for several  years.     I   am iever  without it."     This remedy  is :-.!-  niost sine to be needed before    1!    ���������  Itiimm-er   is  overf      WJiy     not     hu- i  now and   be   prepared   for    sue!  i  an  emer-veney?     For salr  smith  Pharmacy.  hv  f.ad.  Ask for Minard's and take no other  ���������Th-*. renewals, iu all thro.; case?  wore granted.  The applications of the OltVFlag-  andthe Dow T)ro]i,- not having; ,been  in the stipulated ten days received a  little attention, but as it was shown  to he a case of misuuderst anding-on  tho part, of the applicants, thc"matter was overlooked and the renewals  .���������������������������ranted.  There being co complaint against  anyof the other hotels in tho city,  ihe renewal of their licenses were  granted. ���������  In' speaking on (he question' of  Chief Croswin's compl-ij'tit about j)Uk-  i*r being- played, the chairman remarked lhat il would be well for  ill.* License Victuallers' Association  lo know ilmt if, miy of tho holds  in lbe city per.si.st in runniiig:gaiiie.s  it will be necessary to puss a bylaw, on tbe same lines as tho one  in force in Vancouver, where card  g-aim.es of no kind nre allowed. He  (t.he' speaker-) would Lake st*-ps lo  pass such a by-law. for the only  way to stop one gam.i was to stop  I hem  all.  Mr. Simpson, counsel for the Association stated lo the board that  be would inform the Association of  the Board's decision, and lie was  sure that the*, would only lie loo  ���������glad not only lo discount ennnce  gani.lilin-;* during prohibited hours,  but also duriiie* le*;*nl hours us well.  ���������Tlit* Board then adjourned. "���������'  Kansas is all rio-ht as a State ���������  none better," .said the Chicago drum  iner. "lint there are certain iiei-rli-  horJiOods one has to u,el- a-cykiaint-ed  wilJi ,l>o.f(ire things' can run, along  .smoothly. 1'Yr instance, <n my, last  (rip I struck a town called Robin-  scin ville. A street car drawn ibiy a  mule     ran    from    the depot to the  Iowji, Thc fare \vas seven cents. . 1  ticked, and liad a row with l/he conductor. When 1 got uptown the landlord of the i.nly iiotel refused to receive me as a  guest."  "What's  the  row?'' I  asked.  "We are. both named Kqbinson and  iclated.;' "' '���������  "I went out to the restaurant but  that was rim by a Robinson, artd 1  could get nothingito cat. There were'  lluce merchants in tha town, ':antl  they wanted my goods, 1>ut they wiexe  named Robinson and refused to buy.  When I wanted to get Jjack to'- the  depot: 1 coii Id line no hoys to''carry my grips. Too "much Roliinson.  The conducfjir refused 1o leave nif-) oil  ihe car. Same old Robirison. 1 was  niakint; for the train a������d" carrying my  luggage, when I met a'shl'iliiiig-iiian  and   I  stopped   to' say  to him:  ���������'���������Yon don't lool* like a RO(hlins.r..n."  "Weil, no, I'm jiot,"he replied.���������'''���������'���������'���������"  ''Then  I  want you'' id'listeji': wfiile '  1  cuss  the whole caboodle 'of   tjieni.  I   never saw such a  blameif town i������  my life.     Why, sir ������������������' ��������� "'  '"  '".Please don't!" he interrupted.  ;   "But why?"  " 'Because I'ari JQiies ��������� the "cnly  Jones in town���������-and if the Robinsons  heard that'1 Avas agin" 'era they'd  put the price of kerosene up to HO  ���������.cuts and ���������btit'ter to fifty, aiul the *  only Jones would have':to eat dry  bread and sit in 'darkness. Tien or  fifteen years hence, when the" J ones-  got a foothold "  "And   he  smiled _an<d  bowed,,    and  waved liis hand and':passed on/'  UNKNOWN FRIENDS.  There are many people who have  used Chamfcferlain's : Colic;' -Cholera '  .tn'd Diarrhoea 'Remedy" with" splendid  results, tout who are unknown because they have ���������hesitated about giving a testimonial of their' experience  lor publication. These\ people,* how-  over, are none the' less'* friends of  (he remedy. They' have dotie mr.ch  to make it a household word, by  their personal recomnienklations to  friends and neighbors. It is a good  medicine to have in the home a:-d  is widely known for its cures if diarrhoea and tall forms of :*bbwel trouble. Kor sale by Ladysmith PIui-  macy. . :���������''  ..;  GLASS     GLOBES  *    ���������'"'���������->     ���������; U  When you  want a Glass globe  see tha't:  you 'get the    globe  with the  rubber ring- on     it,  as it is the only   kind    that  can keep  the water out ��������� the  globes without the rubber ring  cannot     keep    out water, you  can    see  that    by  examining  1hem.       The artificial    flower  that, is  put  into  the     globes  ��������� with  (he rubber rings, 'is igjxiar ������������������  an teed to be the best, and' if ���������������������������  you    want  a globe    with     a  li'lTubher Ring.-'csillwat Mrs. T;- *  X.  .Jones, agent for  H������NRY     CREW.  The only    place you can   get  Them.  Sole  Agent in B.C.    for    the  French    Wreath   Co.,  of   London,   Paris,   Melbourne,   S.A.,  v\>r. Comox Rd. & Milton St.  NANAIMO B.C.  I  i ijskc iiiKLiinViiirrv h^^Mj  ������_I������i-Ji!Ia*������_^l_311*^-rflI3a������l^J*^  THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  MLFotos,  That's Alii  Local Items  Mr*. S.'A.  Redfor.d,    of  'Victoria,  is registered at the Aliibofcsford. .  Mr.   U.  L.. Qodvie,  is iu the city to-day.  of Vancouver,  Mr. It. Simpson, is in Nanaimo  this afternoon, ha\ing goine up on  the noon train.  Mrs. A. K-oeiiij!;, of Siiawniij-jan lake  arrived in Ladysmith at noon today  and is registered at the A-ifUolsford  Hotel.  The Paisley Dye Works, of Nanaimo, are in a position to ,give you  satisfaction in any work vou may  send  to  them  in  their line.  Next Tuesday evening, the ladies  guild of the Presbyterian Church,  will hold a strawberry and icecream social on the green, near the  Pavilion building.  Road Foreman Callendar has a  couple of mca at work on the drain  (.n First. Avrnue and Kitchener Sts.,  today, and expects to have water  running through, same by e\ en-Mii;.  ,������,   Thm .luaseball game .between bhe Colliery employees and Ihe team composed of men from thc city, will  lila-ly ibe called about six o'clock  this evening*. It will be <��������� -oil  game.  Mis. .1. Jones, who has been spe-nil  ing the past three weeks' in Duncan  returned home on the noon train today. Mt. Jones, who has been  in Union for some time, arriv.e.d J^ack  last evening.  The city band contemplate holding  an excursion in the near future among the islands, with a call a-l Cr0f-  ton. The S.S. Joan will likely be  chartered. Full particulars will be  announced  later.  Washington*"J u'ne" 'V".���������A delegation of San Francisco business men,  who are in Washing-ton Lo enlist gov  errunent aid for that stricken , city,  called ,on President .Roosevelt today to present to him their plans.  - The delegation was headed .by Senator Flint, oi California, Franklin  Jjane and Judge Morrow, unci was  accoinpauicd Lo the White iiouse by  several nic-uburs ������t Uie California  uou^'i'essional   dt-legMiion.  The delegat ion went from t'hc  White House to Lbe Capitol, where  ike members discussed lbe subject  with .senators  and   representatives.  Tho City of Snn Francisco lui*> i.->-  suod bond.s id lb-.- ainoimt of !?1T.-  UOO.UIX). About S 1,00(i,0U0 of tlle.se  bonds bave been sold. Tlu*y bear  .������������������ii   per cent.   lnicn-sL.  JL is proposed "by the delegation  thai the secretary ot Lbe treasury ac  i-ept Lbe ivniaining ������1:5,000,00*0  bond-b as security for national bank  deposits. 'J'bis will relieve Lbe situation in San J-'rnneisco ma i or in Ily.  The propositi*.*'* appeals strongly to  boLJi Ihe I'residenL and Secretary  Shaw. It already has been considered by Lbe President and tbe sec-  rotary of Lbe treasury and may be  accented.  Another plan suggested by the delegation is that tbe government loan  ������10,000,000 to the people of San  F'-ancisco on the security of the.  clearing hoi!.*:' banks of the city,  tbe loan  to extend   for ten years.  Assurance, is  given   by  the  delegation   that   principal   and   interest    will  )o  met   promptly  and   that   the   government   cannot   lose a  dollar by tbe  transaction.  Tbe money is to l,e used in providing suitable .shelter for homeless  citizens before next winter. The money, it is suggested, would be handled by tin- clearing house banks of  San FiMiu-isio on just such security  as the*, ordinarily would accept from  patrons. It would be necessary foi  Congress to authorize such 'a loan,  Whether tbe President will recommend to Congress that the necessary  pgislalion been enacted has nql  been determined yet. 'The Presi"  dent indb-atcd that he would take  il   under consideration.  ������&^-3������^2*3������33������&p_-<  WASH  GOODS  Zephyr Ginghams  They need no introdudtion to  you in regard to  washing and  wearing over  50   peices to  choose from-no two alike  I  Xi  15c  Yard  ,.e..a-������o-"#--**'tf"***������ ���������*  I Pioneer Boltlio; Works  1 fst. Avenue, La^cifiith, B. C.  j lllf. f. Rbii iii}. Prep:  ;      MANUFACTURER OF  I Carbonated Beverages,  I (linger  -Beer  I Fruit Syrups  ! P.   O.   Box   248    '  II  -.���������������..e>������������">**"0"e* ������������������������������������"** .c-"**���������"������������������������*���������"���������������������������"  Fancy H>sf.fi  Our stock is now complete in  these Lines���������A Look through  our fancy Muslins would convince you we have the right  stuff  i  25c, and Up g  White Muslins      f  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars  HOUSE CAPRICES.  All  horses have  their   fancies,  an.il  now perfectly well whom they have  t0 deal  with.     1 am  just now exerr  The Telephone company  is     having  consideraiblc  trouble   with their  lines  on   this portion of the island   just at  nresent,    owinc     to t.he hisjh   winds 1 .    .        - .  1 ,'    u"*^       u        .   ~ vised   with   Whitcieet,   a  sorrel mare  which  have prevailed  during  the past ,  ,   ..                    . j   r n -r Iwhic.i 1   bought  \01111g,  and hits lat*e-  few riajr.,  and   bhe consilient  fall of, u    _ ^  ���������*-���������_, -^ -'^  ^. ^  n_n  timjbor across the     lines.       IMi.     11.  Ward,  local linesman, htus  been   l*'epl  busy  locating;  nrealvs.  (.���������umfnerland   is   preparing,   for a no-  minion    Day    celebration,  and     this  1) came out of the hands of a, professional breaker wiUv two or three  tiresome whims. I do not thinl.  tiliat lie understood her. When a,'\  umbioKen filly she was most wl-etliem  fo ine.     One day  1 found her in the  Some very   new  designs in  white     Muslins     suitable  for  Blouses and Shirt Waists Suits  would be worth your while to ^  1  00k through  10c. and up  Walters &  Afcentheaci  IMPORTED Ilffl SfflilOI  "EN-JtltANCE"  (8132J1.   S. B.)  A*t* Johnson's Livery Stab,e every  Tuesday at noon, and will remain  until Wednesday noon, each week.  rERMS���������$15~TO.. INSURE  Smoke Big P.. Cigars  COMFORT  Is produced by three thlngi���������  an easy conscience,  good tobacco, and  "Shield Brand"  PIPES  These arc absolutely the  Best Shilling Six-Penny Pipe  in the World  like a true friend, they wear well.   :  THEY WILL NOT CRACK.  THEY WILL NOT BURN.  Every Pipe Guaranteed.  SOLD   IN   CANADA   FOR   3SC.  jiut remember "SHIELD BRAND"  Sold  At  Knight's  Bool*: Store.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������A  e  ���������   -  FOR   ���������soirira*. *a-ai*2*ziBt** ��������� ���������  .               .    ,   .      r 0V1 drawing-room.     To reach it sjie. hakl  momma:      posters    arrived   in,   Lad- ,������������������������������������"*     ...                 ,,      r      .  ���������u         n ��������� -!���������������������������     n,.*,i   f ni-  mrr- walked i"to the house  by  the   front  smith    announcing     ttuit looi races  \,          i  ,      ���������     '.���������"       _ ,, euitrance,   and  alter   travelling  a cor-  puttinjn     the     shot,    jumpiiing,   sack -J*11*--**   *->"��������� _'**..   .       .  ?  races,  football.and  baseball   matches  will be  i,he events of   the day, which  : will  be  wound   up in  the evening   by  a  display  of  fireworks.  Mr. T. Lewis, of the High Street  Barber Shop, has his bath rooms  nicely arranged, and guarantee!* sat-  Jsfaction to his patrons. He has  porcelaine 'haths installed, and all  ���������moiliTn-convenlienc.es in his lime, ail, the1  disposal of. customers., . *A trial is  solicited. .  FOR. SALE���������One Pianola and table.  880- pieces, with 'table; -1(10 pieo&s  without table.     Apply  PETER F1SCHEK,  Roberts. St. and' nth  Ave.  Ask for Capital and NugRe' Cigars   : ->���������;    A   French  jeweller,   Bordenit,     has  iiiv-enlod   tools  for en-graving  the stir-1  face of diamonds.  The Imperial Canal of China, has a  total length, of 2,100 miles, whiclu exceeds that of any other in the w or Lit  Keep IMinard's Liniment in thc house  ridor some forty feet long, has pass  ed through three doorways. There  she was exauiiniing furniture, sniell-  kaick-knacKs,, and looking- out of "the  window. 1 expected a scene, since  she was as good as wild, having  nem- been made au.jjuainted with  saddle, bridle or shoe. Yet she behaved like a young lady; not only  daintily walking about among cliairs  and tables without damage, but ex-  hiib'iit'iing solitary, seif-consoioiisness,  especially when she came to look at  herself .in a' mirror. This she did  with much* interest, getting -first die  side of her face and then tine 'other  into the most appreciable position.  It seemed to me that she smiled.  When she had giawd her fill, I sjaid,  "Now, come, out, my dear." Then  she put her warm velvety nose into  ih'e hollow of my iiip-liftod hand,-  and followed me, as I walked backward like a courtier, into tlie paddock. And yct<- the professional  breaker had f;nind her hard to manage. She cvidicntly was too refined  for l-im,f,and;nescnted his coarse..man*  iiers.*���������Our Dumb  Animals.  Ask for Minard's and  take no other  DIRECT FROM CEYLON��������� 2 TONS OF  DRAGON   TEA  Owing to the Big Demand for OUR   SPECIAL Tea we placed some  months ago this large order which has just arrived- -^ ^  THE   QUALIY IS~BETTERJ!  THE    FLAVOR ^   -i 3    RICHE R~- =.  Picnicers Attention! i  .  Commencing Sunday next, 1  will conduc t a refreshment  stand for thc convenience of  picnicers and camping parties  on the Green Spot- opposite  thc boathouse, and near Shell  Beach. Refreshments, Tec  Cream, Lunches, etc., served  at reasonable-prices.  Campers wishing to secure  plots for the summer season,  should  apply here.  Mrs, T. C, McKinelfey, -  HIGH ST.  Tennis Gocds  Lacrosse iSticks  ��������� ���������  -AND-  Bise Ball  Outfits   WRITK   . BARNSLEY & CO,  VltTORIA, B. C.  NOTICE.  Mrs.'A.  L.     Kaskins, will sell   Ice  'ream  from   G   to  8   every     evening  'ictoria  Itoad,   about  one miie  out  NOTICE.  The partnership biLher'o existing  hetween Messrs. Panncll & Plaskost,  butchers, has (his day been dissolved. The business will |,e carriud  en by Mr. E.-.-(.5. 'PaiLnell, who will  assume all liabilities, and all debts  owing to the said firm, shall /be paid  to himi.  Dated  11th June, JIJUO.  Smoke a Big  H Cigar.  WANTED���������Men to  work at  the Tyee  Smelter.     Apply at once to  il. WRIGHT,  Smeller  Foreman.  I have just received a shipment o!  hills'   High Grade  LN6LISH TOBACCOS  'drug store  Handsome Designs, Fine Golorings,  '      Prices Lowest  For the Month of June, and  until, further notice, we will  trim all Wall Paper sold by  us Free of Charge.  H."'; KAY'S.  WALL PAPER DEPOT  t-V^tf .MlM* fc-*<|������i|������-l  Try a Province Cigar.  e  e  ������  e  9  O  e  ; e  !S  I   ������  I o  ��������� ������������������������������������������_ ��������������������� ��������� 9 I  '���������������������������������������������������������������  Granite anil Maibie Works  -Granilc and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest prices consistent  ���������with first class stock and  workmanship. Write* for  catalogue.  A.   STEWART,  MS Yates St.-Victoria  D.C  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*i������������e   (i-)ti������t(������at������������-)i  Price 50c, Lb.  5  Lbs.  $2,25  BLAIR   &  ADAM  m 1  have on hand a fresh supply of   JPORK   and  E F :  E. G. PAN N ELL  O^-  t  Ha*- a tendency to go up  in Price and we wou.d advise our Custon.ers to  Purchase their supply for  Pic crv'ng Purposes in,  the Near Futnre  S1M( N LK1SER& CO Ltd.  I Notice 1  A. Howe of Chemalnu*has opened the Mei'.nt ark  lately run by W. Ward, on Roberts Street ��������������� -th a '  full line of First Cl������*>*> Meats ' -  | Poik and Sausage a Specially ��������� A [rial Solicited |  | A. HOWE Phone 2=0 i  E MEAT  MARKET .  ' ��������� 3  fLuiUliUUiUiUiUiiUUUUU IU lUlUlillUiUiHiUiUlUiUiUUK  Sporting Goods  ���������lust arrived���������Ihe l>est line of���������  Tennis Goods, Baseballs,  Bats,  Gloves,  Etc.  LADYSMirH HARDWARE COMPANY LIHITED  f/i^/*1r-i/V*.n/V^-**vyAiVyH^r^^  THE FENCING GIRL  rnrr - ���������  35 Mi Sw: Soap Wrappers  Send us 35 WHITE SWAN WRAPPERS  and we wli! mail you a Beautiful Picture of  THE FENCING GIRL-  -A number of others  to choose trom  The Dritish Columbia Soap Works. Victoria B. C.  P.S.���������Wc will mail you fioc -vne   of  pur Premium  Lists on al-P1'*^-'0"-  ^>vvv^W/t/VWV>AAAO ������,*>^^a>^-**^A-*1>>^*^A^^A<v-'*t^A^SA^*>^rirv*^^  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST  A VENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  "' .Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  ������������������ '.-iiLLi mtimiiM^^^af^^as^rvj^mr^a^Jef^  BARGAINS IN WATCHES  We have marked  in Plaiii Figures tlie Prices of our���������  Waltham, Elgin and other American Watches  M a Great Reduction���������Gall and sec them  B. FORCIMHER  \Vatchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE LADYS/TITH


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