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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jun 21, 1906

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 ^���������'���������r       h*-'i' it*n n ���������-nr  tLBGItUATlVB ASSBlWWfcj  The Ladysmith Daily  VOL.,2  THURSDAY  June 21,   1900  .'".-  '.;-��������� m ICE Fiy'R "OB-NTS  WILL BOX ON  !        DOMINION DAY  Icff Hannay has Made  Arrangements to Pullf off Boxing Match[  with J. Morton July 2nd  Jell Han-iay has completed a"ange  merits foi a loving contest with Joo  Morion, champion wellei weight ol  Chicago, thc contest to tal.c place  here on July 2nd, probably in the  Finn Hall.  Mr. Ha im ay lias had consideiaible  difficclly in seciiiing permission, etc.,  to pull the event o(i on cc[e,t>r.atiO)ii  day, hut yesterday hc made a special   tiip  to   Welling!en,   where  iUay-  hce   weie  satisfied   lhat   no     IroiAi-lc  would ensue  111  the   way  of     disturbances,    etc., caused hy   the   match,  it  could  be pulled oh. Rcgaading the  use ol the    Opera House,  of     winch  Mr.  Nicholson   is     owner,     he  was  more  leticent, and staled that     ill  Ilaniiay would  have  to make lus ai  lan-jjoinonts  with Uie sports commit  tee      Tins  nioiiiing  the in-enii! km s   o'  tlie committee were M-en "by llannai,  EAGLtS MAY  UIHDLE LXCUBSiON  FROM VICTOR  or Nicholson is at pic-sent, and at-[ami he was .informed th.it it would  ranged' with His Worship that the ifi impossible for the boving match  match tal.e place. That is, Mayor I to take place there on the cu-mug  Nicholson slated lhat  if the city po-!of the second, as  tho committee  in-  'OF  MORTON,  of Chicago.  tends to -'start the ball at an early  hour. Accordingly, Hannay is obliged to a-ban-don tile idea of the Opera ;House, but says he. can fight just  as hard in the  Finn -Hall,  and x. will  .  be  there  with   the goods. .  Kelly, the man with wjiom .IT-annay  at first'-intended ���������������������������to��������� box,  has     been  ,..taken.-.sick,--anid is.unable to appear,  but '��������� after-'-considerable rorresp/'airlcnec  he Has arranged  that  Joe     Morton,  ^ the Chicago  man', take his place  an;  lias.heeii j seen in action on the'coast.  In Vancouver.lie .foug*1it J oe Sumniers  to a standstill, ajwl according to the  pr.ess reports,'-"he was in the game  all  the time.  .  Tin; bout is to be a t-en-i'ound affair, andr will" be refereeil by a, man  who understand.**; the business. It will  be pree-oded - by , two good preliminaries.  In order that all excursionists may  catch   their  returny trains',   the match  as Hannay was  agreeable,   tbo match [ will "lie pulled off. a,t an early   hour,  will come'M.   'Morton is good,    all  right.  ,    He  weighs 145 pounds,.'-and  and will  be" over by 0-80 at the-latest.   , '      y.     ������������������,.  KILLED BY  FALLING TREE  .Vancouver, June 21.���������Warned'by .his  comrades to look out -for a falling  tree, Wesley llaynes, a'logger'jn a  camp on Howe Sound, stepped, as-he  thought., out of danger, hut a moment later the very tree he was  ; avoiding fell in a different, direction  hurling him to llu*. ground, where  siibse-.fieirtly his comrades picked up  the crushed body and did all they  could to alleviate'Jiis sufferings. Hul,  his back was broken, a,nd all their  kindly efforts were performed in vain.  He lingerod for a few hours, and  then death ea.me as a merciful re--  lease. The' remains ��������� wei'ie. brought  ���������down in a rowboat lo tttis ^e.i.tf. on  Monday, on which day fluv'nccident  occurred, and left at-Kemp. &..' Simpson's parlors, .where am iu'eruest was  held in the afternoon at d o'clock.  Thc deceased,.-who was about forty-  five j'cars.of age, was an American  citizen, his home being in Iowa, Ii.  S.A. He was well known in this  city, having ,|>een a resident in tlie  province for 14 years.  "When boating with. a stout damsel," remarks an urban philosopher.  "never speak of the boat's 'precio'.is  freight. The precious- part may  sound pleasant, but the freverbt part  is apt to make her mad."���������  LOCAL SGIHOGL^  PROGRAMME  -Tomorrow the. e**.';aiii.inatioii������ at the  public scbuol for high school entrance  will be completed. There are about'  sixteen    pupils   trying   for    entrance,  and 'Principal Shaw, of Nanaimo is  conducting the examination's. * The  programme which appears .below will  be in effect tomorrow, and one at.  all interested . in school wo-rle, will  pass a very interesting ,d,ay by ai-  lendiiig Loniorrow. The" programme  is  as follows:  .1.���������ScW ������l Work. Va'rioiis rooms,  il a.m.,  to  10 a.m.  .;;.������������������ Programme ' Various rooms,  lo a-in.,   to 11 a.m. ���������  .'{.���������Kxiiibit.   11 a.iiK,  to 12 in.  ���������I.���������Exhibit.     .2  p.m.,   to fi.3U  AII are cordially invited.  .in.  ,.-501 MINERS ' KM h I JO P.  At their meeting-  last e.ening,  tlu  loe.il ^aei ic ejf   Eagles decide 1  If til  ohm   the  inaii'igemcnl   of   the   e\uu  sum   Ir.rns  fiom   Victoru   lo    I..id\  smith on July 2nd, pioiided they cai.  obtain   tiie same tcnus  with (he iail  wai   ofhcials  as  weie offeied    lo  Uie  Vicloiia 10,i������les, but   wlwJi  wric   ie  jcttoil   by  that  I ody     To lay .Messrs  Da\is   and  Slewait   a'e <n   Victona,  baling    g( ne down    today,  and will  iritcniew   \li    Comlnev ol   tie   Hail  waj   t'ouip.ini",  and  if leims can    hi  made  thei   will   at  once    nouis      iho  local lodge      A  committee   was    ap-  ���������ouiic-d    last   evening to act   m     Uk  c u i ol    aua*igeinents   being   made  with the lailwuv company,  aid the)  will fa-e charge        If   will  pioiuibh  I;-* netes-arv    foi  at leasL one    committee nun to  be on  each exclusion  tiam  run on   that dai,  and  on-*    oi  two   will  spend   'omc   time   in     Vic-  loiu pieMou.s  to the second,  making  ! <���������   I n. 1    .irian.genicnts,     -kI\i*i tising  Iu  excursion, v etc   . 0   S WALL O #S|  A MOUSE  \n, lOn^lisb eviliHi'igc says. On going into t.'ic jianiiv of hei paunts'  hou*.(> at Swansea on l-'ndav, Olne  1'iing, <i (hi ".il ed loin, lound a In lie  inou.se on the shell, an*' ���������*'* **h* was  hi the act of cotiiylunf.-; the niu'inal  pmipo'l into hei   mouth.  The mot hei, licainig the child's  smnllined scipani-s, lan to hei lvlp  I'lie gnl pninl.rd to hei niout.h, iniu-  iiniiin-g "mouse," and Mien fell" pant-  int to the llooi, as the lioiribed mo-  Ihci saw thi" mouse's tail dis.i])pear  down bei   (Inoat  " >\i (Iii"loi wis "sent" foi "and <*hr* ne>ti  nielli (hr child s"emed little the  u< iic b*r  hii  stiange evpeiirme  LOVIO-LKITIORS  OF   A   KINO  A eol'ccticii of 3'Ij love let lets  wuUen to a" ICnglislipKiiig has been  cold at Sotheby's Thev werewnt-  teu bv Doioti'iv Jordan, thc once famous allies, nnid the iccipienl of  ihe missHc-. was the Duke of Clar-  e*m e, I <iov\n to history as William  l\  These letters we're given to Ld'd  Frederick Fitzclarence \by Queen Adelaide on her taking possession of the  Busb'ey iflo.-se, l-he residence >~J the.  Duke of Clarrnce, .and they give.a  full"and minute, description of-'..-.IVIrs.  .Jordan's theatrical life, as well ns  nuic'ih curious informationy.pn> the po-  iiticar and Court life of the period.  They-al 0.1 ml with 'expression}; of Ivor  attacivnient.. to the. Duke and her solicitude for the welfare of her "children . '  Towards the close of 1.S11 it- was  agreed that she and the duke should  part, and the, .concluding letters give  a minute account of the circum-  ���������-dajioes 'altending this, to ber sad  ovc.nt, and ofh-er taking leave of  ilusbey House.  Kcoei\ ing an aiiiivuity of '.li-l,-tilO,  Mrs. Jor.il.an died ifive years after ���������i-lic  scparaticn in a shabby bouse at. St.  Cloud. . ���������  lV.ietically all the letlcrs are ��������� c.n-  piihlished, and the other day ih-'y  were iic.|.uircd by a Mr. ih\\e in en n-  pelifion witli Mr. (Juariteh fi r ������.".:-l"i  or just JL1 'per. letter.  "INVASION"   OF   lONCILANU.  li ti ri iia- next, year the public will  have ��������� aii opporl.un.ity of seeing foreign soldiers, uniformed -in-.l under  arms, lnarchiiig through the streets  of  English  Towns.  Ih're soldiers will be the Aid .any  llurgesscs Corps from the .city .of Albany, Mew York, who are passing  tihroiigh London and some oilier English towns during li'07. The rriv.i-'  lege of wearing uniforms and arms  lias Wen specially granted by the  Army .Council.  'iM.W   FO-R   A   STA.1\IP.  Of all Australian stamps 1 lie rarest  is .Hie -Id   blue of   the first issue, with  the swan  inverted.     Its  rarity   is so  great    that only nine specimens   are  one    of    which raised *������!00  POLICY  IS  IK HJkifLi  VANCOUVER  iy mmmi  Seattle, June 21���������Cain ing oi'l In**  polnv of lefonn Chiel W'api* usumi  has decided thai ouni-is m Hu* ie-.-  tiKU'd tlisinct will be lined as \u*li  ms thos.* who mu houses ol ill-fame  lhe chiefs in. i.lig.iuon lus disilos  cil the f.ict Ibiit (;l lbe llniU-one  bouses oi lll-icjiiilc in the lcstiutnl  hstiict, uvcntv-seM'ii ,u,' owned b\  i\illiun < lupp%dl.*, ,,n.l tlu* otl'u'i-. aie  owned b*. 11 11. Ko'iiuh, lOugCne  le������\,   \d.ini i)i lh tliir|   Fiank  Hut}  Tin*.* iii*u .ne to l.e asses-.'d llu*  s.iini' ,is th" oihci l.iivlloidi . nd den  uem ot th ��������� t n li i loin \\ ith iho  new sistiin ol iiisessmcnl the 1<nd-  eiloin ic. en.es t,. llu* iiu will fool  uj! *-i,l'ii) incnthlj, ���������which is pi.idi-  calh*" twice the amount which was  formerh   c( llccted  lit  (oniuctioi   witli  the  aboie  it is  agreed   Hial   this  iiolice   ol   i elm in   is  all  light    for  Seattle,   but   m:i\     be  bad  for some of the neighbor ng i i  lies      Fonner residents  of tlu*     ies-  .ricted  distnct  aie e\ideutlj   lea\uu  Ihe^city    for  othei   fields,    as     this  morning    two aimed   in  I.adisinith,  who  claimed   1 hc\   had   come  mei on  the  Seattlcboat    to  Winnimo,    an I  fio.n llieic had  ta'.en  nam i"ol    La-  dvsmilh       J'McIentlv   Lad\sniith   did  u<\U appMi   good   to  then   taste,    ;>s  tlu*v    le-Luincd     1*1   Nanaimo   on  th.-  i  no_n   tiain,   altt'i   luiMiiigUMi.uh'.'l   the  stici Is  .I. <l   n.akin.r th >nisil* es     -jru-  *. .. '  Cialh   ( onsiiici'iiiis,  iib  allt!  hi  .2'  hi  \ tiiicou\ei," .June -I ���������William Sheai  er, a well ii'ovn jo.iiig man who un  til U'cinlU was employed at Uu  Ca-caile laundry, and who is a mem  l/i'i oi the lui al ngn.,. nl, lijs di^  api c.iK.I 11 om Ins h .me and his  s.'ii. e    is  (a'siiig    mien  aJi*icl\  I IK.lSHU'ss   to   lus   \Ollllg   Wile   ,t|i  |i,iieiits     Sbe.uci    leii   t.he  111111������-e  I lelnc .i n    slice!,   wheic  he .m I  w.le   koilmI, on Scndai   moiuin-,   a'  djiht     o'clock,     H-niail.ing  to    .Mis  Shcuui   .is   lie   went  out   ol   the* dooi  that   he  would   be  ;>aok   m .^u     ho-n  loi   IdeaKfast      Since then, m,   tiau  can   he   found   of   hun      I lis    parc.it  lisc   on   Itichauds   slu*cl  anil .ne    ut  teily  .it  a   loss  to   undei sin ml   what  i cUi  hit\e   lecome of lum    'llu*  disaji-  .e.uaiuc was  iepoitc.1 10 the   polic  b\   Mis   shcarpi s fathei, who    li\c*^  a I  l.'O  hmt   Sticei      So  f.u   as c-.ii  be    l.-auied   b\     his     iclati Cs      and  fucnds there  was  no  possible icn.s0l  whv be saoul'l have  left home in such  an   une\])cctc.'l  tashion,   but  it   is  tmi  thought   that  he  has  ni-ct   with    an  acudein, and    they  expect  tu     hi.u  itioin bun  at  am   tunc  THE   NEW  TUG CLAY3URPv  ATTRACTION IN  ���������M\ HOUSE  THIS EVENING  "m ooni.Ess si Roi:m "  The *-ta(eiu.'i|( that the \inioiii  tin 1*1 is agam ba'k at Hi Loicn/.'s  pi i.'ale hospital in \ ilmiii i ma\ iie.i'i  inucfi  oi   little as  to the success   of  'bit Jodie, is suigeiv" m Im case The  eoiitjjjenital uiaHm'nation uom wlinh  she-jSUlTeicd seems to ha\e hen ol a  ae*g*P*TVAfc-ni >��������� lypts, ,(lillie'iilt io cue  with anv v.u'ety of tre.iliin ul, .blood  less  or otIn.i wise  She may have letmiK-d sin*jd\ l,oi  an e**-ariiuiataon as to results, oi Ten  fuithei treatment in CO)itmiiation <f  thc ni urinal lepl-ioeniont If cei tain-  Iv seen s unpiol a-Me lhat if Di Lo-  len/'s neat meni was i onsideicd lt  failiue hv tbe fanuli, thev would  continue lo patioin/e hun The w uie  spiead publicilv wh.di ..ttiMidod the  \kiiiui siugeon'.s \isit to this country gaivo #currcn:'.y to iSninc. ratilicr aijj-  suril opinions -.regarding the efficacy  of liis so-called   bloodless   siir.gery.  'This mietho-'l of ti-eatment. lias not  a few disadvantages and dan gen;-; arising from the ruptiu-Jing and bruising  of   lhe     tissues' which  inevitably i  accompany, the  rcplacementy of     t'������  disk-rCated bones. It is further stated     -hv    the.   old-fashioned  sura-eons  \ii^s OliMa Dahl,  the great N'orwe-  t'l.ui   singci,   whos-o  music has    taken  <iilu.il   \ict(/ria  by sloini,  came up  to l.,i/lvsnuth hy this morning"'S tram  wiih  .Miss (Jiim Smith, the   pi.uuste,  -'"ii   *ii    <    11   Oiibbons, imdei  \.lio.se  iii.ui.^M'iiicnt   tlir- ladies are   toi>ring,  N c-->I t-j ila\   was vci y pleasantl.  sjeat  ..l  I'n.i ui>, where a concert vas^n-  fn   lo   the  ('niacin   of The  hall,   and  'till  an .Ihci   tiiiimpl.    added  lo    the  ingn's g oily score    Miss Da.hl was  m splendid Mice and aioised her auditors   lo  an  unwonted pitch  of    en-  iliiisidsin   as  demonstrated  by  double  nd  lie ble     mc ies,     and continued  I"eis  ciftci   lei   moic populai    num-  eis       I\u(ies attended   tlie    conrirt  i.ulicall)   I loin all  points   within  a  . tl .us of 20   miles, oiue group cf    la  ies  ."nd   gentlemen,   tweho  m    num-  n    i.ime  12 miles  hv hand-cai     foi  ��������� ic   'J.icatest   miisicul   event   m    Duncan's  la*-1 oi y, anl  othei s by b.cjclp,  ml   boise,   from   la,   18  and  c.-rn    20  l'es .i\\a\      Anl ,all would wfieome  ii ou.poi tniinty to again hear ith2 sin-  n, ecu  with a lepetition of tiio m-  I'lnit.il     ineon* (iiience.       Aftai    the  hue ri    conceit,    an  infomial  lecep-  irn   loi   Miss   Dahl  and  Miss  Smith  as  bekl   by   the la,dies of  St      Pe-  'I he new tug Cla\|>uin, C.\|'t. Foci,  u'ci, .iiiitiil in poit this inoi imiw foi  buiuei coal, tio.n \ aucoinei ''us  is h'i lust (pp (ml, and siio h.vs  , io\i*d mo'i' Hi tii hatislacloiv in ev  11v w a>  'lh-* Cbubuui was built at the  ���������..uds    oi,  Wallace      llios     on Kalse  i^ol., \ an 0'i\ei, loi Aimslii lij,,  .���������iiiisoiiA Co, and hei name would  indicate thil fdie is (���������> be used in  u)Uiiectio"n   with   tht*'buck   .in..     tile  k.iiL which bei owiicis li.iMs. csLii'-  'isbed .it Clavbuiii on the l^i.i.i'i u-  \ei  'lhe new sleamei whiih wa-, buili  ..I a co.l oi *22.1100, is,*-C feet o\,i  ill, with a biwiii of 18 fiM't and a  ��������� iaught of 11 liel, and is equipped  .. lli a lloii.l of Traiile boilci' wbi ,'i  can e.l 2u(! iiounds ofii,tea,ni llet en  ginos, whu h wen* fuiiiishcd and *n-  sl.illel hy Slessis VlcKcv & ll-ut".,  ol Olasgow, SLot.l.iiUil,, aie. .t th..  triple expansion type, SA -x 11x2:-;,  with a 16 inch -stroke, and an *niii-  i-aU'd horse-power of 20u. In nidi  tiori  to  lihis- s"u^ is eej-nippiMl    with  p:itenjy staam capstan,1, which is * r\;i  iu the ilcclc well forward, and, u  ste.im winch aft- for bhorteii-ing np  and hau!in> in  t-hc towline.  The.most prominent, feature, in   ibe  .construction of the Clayburn   is    the  marie.  from     t.imcilionored      custom', of    ni-  taching  the steering' gear. _ Sin* has  ost, and  the wliok- weiigh-ij  that   eutCng   operations wcreiat leust .    .,     ,        ,        ,,   ,   ,       ,  ��������� '.', ,,     ,��������� *?s    , Wide departure' tihat  has been  ;# suoeessr.il   as   the l.oren/. inetbod, j  and   really   less   dann.erou.s-.   Statistics'  t'Dgarding the results of Dr.  Lorenr.'sj  opcratiens  in  this corn try seem    -to'"    l  hear out  these statements, his cures  raiig'iiwT, ft'oin  but  fifteen   to     twenty  per cent.  The justifiable conclusion,   therefor--  seems  to, be    that bloodless   surgery  is useful  in fainilii'S where  (here  is a  prejudice   agaiisl,   the l-.nife,   pos.ible  also    that  in careful   selected   cases.  it is  *.��������� referable  to   the cut I ing o,)Ci'a-  (ipu; but   iu   the   main   its   percentage  of cures  --jf i-oiig'Ciiital dislofalions 0r  tualforuial.icns is'not; materially high-  er  t-lXi-.-n- tha'   oliUuiuihlc i,y  (.he ohler.  t'oiiii    of surgical   treatment. --  New  York Globe.  of the rudder is borne by the .quadrant', which in turn revolves in a  griovc fitted with a roller-ball bearing. This and other featur.es which  have never ibmi adopted on ibis-  coast renders the Clayburn the most.  ni i.ic.rn and up-to-date towlo.it "i-  i-ratiiii! from.thi.S'port.  Tin* 1'i-iii!'.- iind I'l-iii.'.-ss of Wales'  j torui through India i-osl moiv ih-.u  | -'..'inironO.  'I'll.'   King  of   Sijnu's  I round.>i!    hv  bi.;h   wbii  ionic* and iiLpiife as to U\e. condition of tiiv.iv children, ��������� telephones arc*  fitted in every private I.ox nt the.  I'ondon Coliseum.  ���������Tlie number of persons tilled ii the  mines aiul '.quarries in the United  Kingdom l������.st. year was 1,3(11, according to the blue-book just i.ssued.  This is a,n increase of 102 compared j Inown  with the provio/us year.  Nearly a million persons were employed in the mining industries. The  output of coal .for the year was to'-n, Hull ..v. Copper, when the bid-  230,1*28,936 tons, the largest ever re- din������*, which commenced at ������100, oeas  corded. 0d at ������400.  To  (iiabU*   y   in;   niariiod   Wotiien   if  ihey     bt'.-.-oiuc     anxinus   to   telephone?   In*  pni.-i'-i'  ���������  walls  is   sur  which  are a  lui;-,  ;ll  i-i!*i:ll'!iill-i  succeeded  in ��������� unwinding,   ruul  then  (lew off.  I^ast year he also escaped, tlyiu<;  over bis keeper:s hea-rl as he entered  the cage.     On -that occasion he.   w-ai*   '" '- -������������������ {caught  in a,    rather  unsportsmnnUke,  '/.OO"   Hl'FUCRl-:. .   I way,  for  his wife  was  bro-.wrht. fv..rn  A   f������:ie idacl; vulture which  recently   her   cage,   her   wing   was   "holi|',jle<l,"  c*.seapel   from     (be   Zoological     Crar-iaml when  he Came to greet her     af-  di'iis, London, has been captiirMl nt  Walt hum Ab'bey by means of a cunning ruse.  The*   bind   was   seen   hoveriiv.  about  return.  tIn*   roof  of  O.-ut's   Mill.      Attaching 'quarrel  this spring,  ���������i div.-:!   p-igeon  to. the end   of a striai.g   her   ogigs,    and,     as  fcctionately  he   was  netted.  This time, however,  bis wife's presence proved no .inducement to liini to  there  was a  serious.- family  The  Ia-dy     laid  is    usual   among  conie time  ago.  Another  copy came to the  ham*  mrr  at a  s;ilo held  by  Messrs.   Ven-  a Mr. I'.ell jiLacod the bird on . a iblack vultures, called upon her upous-ji  lioard outside one of the mill win-' to "sit" and hatch them ou4.. This  dows. _ The lure jteing gi-adually be declined to do, an.l his good lady  drawn 'back into tbo mill, the vul- had this a-rld-itie-nal responsijjility  t-ure followed suit near enough for j thrown upon her hands, while her  Mr. Hell to seize it aroiui.tl r-he neck'.lazy husband looked on with his  Ti.e   vulture   was   turned   loose     in,hands  in  his pockets,  so  tn     speak.  ���������Uie   was so irritated  that  a   series  the elr-nTs paddock at tbe Zoo some  three weeks ago, with one joint of  his  wing tied  up with a tape.  This  of  fights  resulted,   and  much  and feathers were lost.  blood  diss D \JfL  ieis, w inh. ciJi ilined until almost  iniduight, and enabled many to f.-l'rn  ibe ��������� acquaintance of the famous artiste, 'ibis evening Miss Dalii and  jUiss Smith appear in the'"Ladysinith  i-)pcra Houses, which should b������ crowd-.  i.-d as ii neiier was before. It is a  .-ijiilicciit testiniQuial to the growing  importance of Ladysniith 'that a singer of the standing of Cdelba,. Gad-  s.-.i or Dolores should appear here,  and adequate recognition shjiuld be  made from civic patriotic motives as  well as for the love of music. Although Victoria is asking for still  another concert by Miss Dahl, it is  expected that the concert tonight  will dose Miss Dahl's Vancouver Island cngiageiucuts, as .she re*quires  sonic rest before caiifi-arking 0n what  promises to lie a very busy Eastern  tour. 'Concerts are arranged or in  . icw for Chicago, St. Paul, New  Voi.m, Cinciiwiatti, and all the otlier  uig iiojiiilation cen'trcs; white in Bos-  Ion il is most probavble tli.at she will  Jig.iin appear as festival soloist with  Mi-e Mostoii Syniphr.ny Orcliestra���������the  greatest musical organization in America.  A'.'w Vui-U, .lime 'JO.���������A special cab  ie. despatch lu The M.-inld i'rom i'an  iima says.  flu- Ilci-idil, c-oi-i-espoiulont in (iual  *rnal;*i cahh-s lliai (.ii-n Lope/., from  ���������Salvador, invaded GuatemaLa near  lbe Plicilii' coast., with 2,000 men  mostly Sahiidoroan an'i partly (luan  ^'.nnlan n-liels. 'ihey inel. a superior  Gun toiini lan i'oiv.* and retreated into  .SahudoJ* ;ii"ii.'i- a short action.  Thi* n-li.-ls' iiivn.s'iou from the Mex.-  iinii sii.li* ih'lu* Am.Inn was a disastrous foiliiri' -00 heing' killed or  .li'owiii'il in si.'king to rocross tin*  front i.M' ii-.*.*!'. 'Tb.r rebellion lias been  .'I'lisbed on hoth frontiers. There  a iv: no ennnief- on Guatemalan soil.  The interior towns and ibe capital  arc perfect ly  ipiiet .  Tbe rebel:.; are watching fo>* a raid  from Salvador, but t.hwe is no  ."hnnce of success. The American  oovei'tim.rnt i-.. trying to oblige the  Salvador gove.rnmant to atop the  rebels   covertly. THE LAOYRMITU DAILY   LRD013R  v-fiM*.   ��������� ���������' j<3i *: ***  ^5j^V:iaSS.*....*ffl5  ilfli.:^  ���������S-iVi.".*:  IHE DAILY LEDGER  Puoliahed  every   day   except Sunday  ... ���������BY���������  'J-111*] DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One Year (in advance) ���������  One Month  -. ... _   ...  $5.00  50 cents.  THURSDAY,  June 21,  100C  from all   others   but 'their own   nationals   although  inofesstng   to   open  various   cities to general trade   -o   TWELVE MILLIONS  FOR  SAN   FRANCISCO  Wa.-Jhmnir.n_ .Juno ~2i ���������A tacit ag-  i-cement was icached today by President, Scorotaiy Shaw a ad the delegation ol lepi esenUlU\o citizens  ol San l-'nanci.sco b> which subitnn-  lial aid will be gi\en San Prantisio  by the goveinineiil  It   is    pioposcd     llidl    tbe      United  States   tu*usin\     deposit    with       th.*  Sun   l.'i'uih is. .)    Ii.uiUs  t.!L!,00O,(l0ii ul  Willi   liond*.      oi  goveiniin'iit uiuin-\  llu* on.*, as s.*t������iiil> lui Uie d.'posit  Ihe mono*, lo icnuiin in the b.inUs  , imiii bin li 11 mu* as lh.' government  ina*.   -.all  for    i(       Tins  is not   to lie  CHINESE OUTBREAK FEARED I  Victoria, J une ,2t ���������General Des.-  ������>ibo, ������. noted lUibbiuji military olH-  ������������������er who was stationed at S'hanghia  in. oiuugxj ot ihe Jiusbtan Far Eastern JjltelligeiiLe bureau (luring the  .war, ...arrived   hero   today      on       the  steamer      Empress   ol   China,   ueeom-   , , .,    .  lii-roie  a   iiiinibi'i      ol   veai*������,   so   tliut  pumwl    b*,   his   lannlv   and     Lienteu-    ,       ,      ,      , "       ,  the    hanks  !ut\o    pi nn k tvl   assuiaiice  ant    Col    J-loiularcti.      In    an    intci-   ,.     '   ,. , ,. ,   , ,  ,  llisu   t hc\   mui\    lvinni     tlu'      deposit  mow,   CSeucial     Pessmo   said   he     ex-   . .   " , ,.    ,,       .      .  loi  such a pei u>il ns will    li.'   of \uliii*  pecietl  anothei   Chine.se  ontbreal*   be-        .. , ...  in  the ie( oust i tict inn    oi  the cit\  for.* Ion..,  not so mush a lifemj;   sun-      ,     .    ,,      , , , ,   ,,  ������ a Uiideilhe  law.   ihe  sc*i >eini *.   ol   llu*  ihii    to   the  boxei   oulbieaU,      as     a   ., .        ,. ,.     . ,      .       .  ' Ueiisui-j   has   the   aulhurii *,   to   ilepos  geneial   patiiolic   mo\enient    to      tiec     . . .  * ' it  <ru\t'inmei*l   mini*, in   thi������i  waj  Chma Horn lo-eij.., reductions With M(J ^^ ^ tmirso |)im| ^ sm_  in the last two M-ais ihc-ie has been tpt>soi. (y ^^ ^ mf)jw <m i|(?pos_  a��������� growing movement to   .cure China   u    ,)1|L hl. j,,,^.,,    mtu   lt,ovej,   lh<J|0  |P   VOU   WANT Aoooy .-   first Class   Meal  CALL AT  ALWAYS OPEN  J. X. Smith's Ftestaura'it  FIRST   \YENUE.  k  candidate  loi   goM'inoi,   and      Jurlj-,..  N     \\     JMoirow,   oi     s.ni     ri.iiHiscu,  headed the    Sun Franusio delegation.  whith  called  on   I'lvsid.'nl     lloo'-eu-lt [ L^&Liii&  i otlay      Tin**,   told  luiu   that  it    was  iini-oi taut     thai    the   hanks     should  rheiti     AH  i  JN  (.1-Ai.riV  for the Chinese without io reign ui- t ,  tei Terence and befoie he left ^han-1^,^  g'hai this movement was assuming  an  alarming phase      The Russian ev  il   is   needed   bv   the      gau-i u-  lt   is   pi o[ios(>il   m   Oalnoriiia  R.  Iiave assuniiicc   lhat lhe   yoMM mnent  i  nione*.    di*poMt,eil   wiih   i hem  louI.I  i'.*  mam   1 In ' e   lot   se\ ei >il   \ .--ll s J  Wi'li  the fi*-siii.iiii'<' ol  (he   siiiclai.vj  oi   lhe   iiea^ur.N     Lh.il   he   will      leave'  the   iiioni-v    with   tin   luniks     lor     n  period   oi    tune,    it   i,    i_'\j'< t (cil   lhut;  the   banks      will   pin.ha*-.'     the      <it.S,  bonds  lo h>  used    as *-*'��������� ui'il \'    lor the (  govei nnu'iil    depti*.ii*      ilins   n-lensiimi   ��������� ,  [Foi  a con],  it'ficshin-s���������  ^oveinment     bonds   now   held   ).>r  sim  ilai   inn pose  ttlTHET,  & Co., Ltd  Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Railway  DOMINION DAY, JULY 2,1906  r xcfu rsi<'ii'" kale**  IN EFFECT-BETWEEN  All Station  j l ic'kets on ,*;a!e Saturday.J\ine'#o, Suuday, July ist. and  MoWlayJuly 2���������Goocf-fo rIturhHaot" later than Mon., July 2  -'*-���������'-  Double Tfain Service ^n effect Each Day  G. Iv. Cotirtiney,  ' District Passen#������r Agent  i * i  158 Government St.," Victoria.' \?.C-    ;^&  I a������ mc   I ��������� ilist  ���������.���������ICTOllI \     ���������'  ������������������  Agency.  ..     _    - B.C  Sunlijrltl Soap i*= tictter tii.tn oilier Minp-i, b'lt  ia best when useil in Hit* Sunlight wuy.  Iluy Sunli-jht Soap sind iollovv Directions.  Union made-Capital & Nux&ct Cigars  (o omaani/e j ioii>oiation with a i.tp  Uiih oi   SM'f*nl   million   dolhiis,    com-  ai-uation  of Manclunio.   he  said,   was   pos(?t,   Q.     ,.,.������������������������������������,.���������,   ,11U,    lllfllienllal  proceeding   ,aLi*.laolorilj     and   aflau- j mQ      h, mift,U)1|,   ,Ju. ������,tlilPof    r���������lll0,.  weie peaceful  in Maachuna and  bih- J nu |am,  oUu,i   MaU.s      AM]  io   ^w  ������*.-!������,  the reported  noting a,    lla.bm   hoi;,,s  t(> i;H(ll,ult(,ll    wu,ni,,orlt     a-  ancl  Vladivostok,  mainly due to  sou-   ���������,a]l^    ,oSs 1hloll^  lhl. ban^  ial    piopog-anda, havina been    r-ettlcd f    0U]0)   pU|^      h'aVL.  ,���������.,.���������   s���������Be08i.ed  .settled.     Repoits of  the   b, igandagc^ fo(    lh(?  ^^  ()f mow>   (o   c.nable j tongue.    When Charailierlain's   Cough  Francisfo  to ie- ( remedy is taken cveiy hour on     the  HOW TO BREAK UP A COL!i  It may he a surprise to iiiuny !u  learn thai a sevcie cold can be completely'* broKen up in one or.^ tvo  days' time. Thc i]r-,t, synip*: mis of  a cold is a tliy, loud coul.ii, a j.*io  fuse watery discharge fion i'e e se,  and  a thin,  white eoiliijr  on      lie  BATH  During: the Summer  Months Call on -  THOMAS LEWIS  Sliavmjr; Pallors, etc.,    High Street  ���������te  FOR THE BI3GEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  Call on J. [. Smith  toe* end Sip Painter  in   Manchuria  ancl  North    China  was' (h(J pcople ()f  Snn  being   ciiculalod,   he   said,    \i.\       the  bl|]If]  Ul<?|1   hnmct>    unf]  bllS,nes������. how-  ���������lapanese in  oidei   to  liuniMi     exiusc'j.^  ,)ll(   jhlls    fal   n()(h,ng    has  been  fo.-  (hen   delay in losing    Manehui ia. ' ,,l0|l0M.t|    ,,,j(    wlU   ,w-ei   the-   idea*,  Tlif j .rapanesc were causing   considei-   0j  (*onr.t(.t^  able annoyaiuo  to mei chants   m'rKi      T:,anUin   K    Uinc,     former    attoi  Far   East   bv   their   manner    of      re- fol    lho , lU    nnf| i-oimU   of San  strict nig     thc  tiadc     of    Manchuria.    Fiancisco    and     once  n       no,mociatK  ���������Me^ass5-:  Ask for  WAT  ooeo  ON'S  DUNDEE  first appearance of thesj   symptoms,  it counteracts thc effect of thc  cold  and restores the system to a hoilthv  [condition  within a  day or   t-vo.  Foi  1 mle by Ladvsmllh  phmmacy.  DAY SCHOOL  Usual subjects taught; also language", drawing; in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte mid vocal lessons given in classes or individually  MISS BERTRAM,      Ladysmith, B C  RAYMOND & SONS  ���������Dealer1!  in���������  Lime,   Plaster  Pans,    Bnck,  Kiro ttiick and Arancou\ci is>-  #land cement. - fj.  3 Pandoia St. Vu lon.i  11 0      !?  O  ir^immtiMi  -WHISKEY-  i  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   1 he Cream of Scotch Whiskies  THE HUDSOH'SBAY GO,  Sole   Agents for B.   C.  MIXARD'K LIMIMEMT is the only  Liniment asked for at mv si_orc mil  the only one wc keep for sale.- . All  the   people  use "it.  HARLIN   KULTOK  Ploasnnt  Baj,  0.  B.  Low Excursion g  Rates  Round Trip.  Tickets  Try Capilal and Nugget Cigars  ire Ion Gobi; East?  Then  im cure yo������r tickets re&tf    tilth*  North Western Line    ;  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with thc  through trains from the Pacifl*  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LINE, Tl'  KINEST TRAINS, THE LOWES"  RATES,   THE  FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,  CHV  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT ������  and ALL POINTS EAST.  Foi complete  information ABk y  local agent or write,  F. VI. PARKER  Gatier*l   /������*������������������������  r>'iv 2������i Ave. ScattU.  UnilesJNew Manajjmer.t  HOTEL WfLSON  Jus- R. KcKtanell. Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens' headiinrii'terfi.  Modern  and      Strictly First  Class.  Fire Proof     lluildiajr.  THE JONES JIOTEL  ���������WHITE   ������JOOK���������  aiul  -WHITE   LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Blocfc from -Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  I'icUet and Vteight*1t>a1ce. 75    ,  Transcoatfcntal A ���������i  WmMlffiy   Hi  , ���������    ThevrNfewI-1*Irainf'.  ORIENTAL LIMITED .^  , The Trair'-oM * v.   f g-  Ease,' - Elegance, -Ex6������Leri(<e.^ '���������[  Every mile av picture, - and"  'no smoke to spoil the   view  Through ��������� Compartment, Ob-^  servation 'and ^juUman^'Sleep-'^"  ers; also) Through Tourist':  'Cars to OhlC^i&r- ' t ' {  At antic Stei^\hV,Iu������iWa������ to EttfOieli  i li'b'uif'S|������eitHy  > Union Terminals with all,!  Steamer lines%  ' Berth reservations' by' wir  , Great Northern S'.Sr Co. ,.,  TOR JAPAN^AND dlIINA.;;.|  SteajmshipsMiriiiWoU and Da-,f  kota sail from-Seattle ,for Ja-;!f  pan    and China ports" at' fr^  V?iienr��������� dates". V-E*act '.'Sa'  ���������dates can !beyseciired' ifpon ap-];  plication t'o^aSy fOreat North-|  em representative. ,'fa  S. O. YERKES.      "./('-' 1 *"  A.O.I^.Ar.fSeattle, Wash  E. R. STEPHEN, ,*, I.      s.  ,4- ; ir* i-     -j  l^'.'f i* fit ^������*������-t3r  Flefcfiir  . .. I)������ai'������rs !��������� r  ^  Pianos   & Organs  \i?.?&&i'������i*/-  Ladysmith, B.C  *v  Hi, J.HENRYS  NURilES   QREEN-  AMD SE������D    r"  HOUSES  I" ������10   Veatminster Road,  ,. M.C.  Headquarters f for���������; ,  PACIFIC dROWN darden.' iUld  ���������ad flower SEEDS  lor distribution. ;  ' Large   stock;   of Home *  Grown' FRUIT and OR-  NAMENTAL,   TREES,  ~nowf: matured for Spring.  - ��������� No" expense, loss or de-  lay ot hunigation or inspection  -Iiet-me price your list  before, placing your   order.' Ofeennonsc Plants',  - Floral Packages, Fertill-  ,n zers. ,etc:j   ��������� '���������:  /^OiojVeatminster Road."  ^VANCOyVER, B.  O  .&'&&������*& i "���������������#Jl  HuliM iM Minsnii"-  ,'' rz ' <H &i b"QNE%AT  Reasonable Prices  ill'. W1SIDERSON  LVave,orders at" Veterson's Furn  ^l*,_ ������������������  iu^e'^are;. or telepiione No 5S.  ���������1++l*++++++'i*4*++'H^++'������* J*t***^  Baily/^  rSai  Trans-  Cont  Trains  July  10 to 15.  Io        Denver  August .7, 8, fl.  To       Milwaukee  Sept. il, 9,. 10.  To       Toronto  $55,00  ���������75  a  75  June 4, 6, 7, 2?.   25.  July  2, 3,  Aug.  7, 8,  9.:  TO   ALL  P 01 NTS  For particulars  call  on     or  write E. E. Blackwood, General   Agent,   Victoria,  B.C.  A.    D.    Charlton,   A.O-.P.A.,  N.P.,  Portland, Ore.  THE VERY BEST REMEDY  '.FOR BOWEL  TROUULK  Mr. M. F.   Burroughs,  an old    anil  well-known    resident     ot      BlufTIo'  Ind., says.    "1 regard Chamlfoei Lun"-  Colic,   Cholera and  Diarrhoea Rem-*  dy as  the very  best remedy for  ho-  wel trouble.     I .make this statement  after having used  the remedy in    ni;1  family  for several  years.     1  am -.aver  without it."     This remedy  is  almost  sure to  he needed  before     1b  Bummer  is  overf      Why     nol     limit   now and   he   prepared   for    sticl  an emergency?     For sale hy     Cady  smith' Pharmacy.  Best  accommodation  forj transient  .ind permanent boarders and- lodgers'.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  Kiet'lricJi'tir'S-'veiy (ne,ahiy furnished*and  the bar Is up-to-  minutea lo all ports ot   lho cily. -Bar j d������ to      Rates ��������� Jl.W.a day    and    ap-  aiul Uhle iiiio-xci'lh^i, . i w"\rds.  F. PAYNliH, Proprietor. j WM.  BEVERIDGE, Pro������.  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, C. j B>������la*ad������ '*-= :--   ~: :m' '-^F-Mi**  HOTEL   DOMINION  J     ���������Ratta \1.2Tt aml*til.r,0���������  Fro to all nt^amhoaf   laud.iipH arid  railway dej ote  STKAM UKATKO  KLUMSIt    ROOM*-.  I GLASS      GLOBES  When you  want a Glass globe .  see  that    you  get the     globe.:  with the rubiber  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    hy   examining,  them.      The artificial    flower -'  that is  put into  the     globes  with  the rubber rings, is guar,  anteed to be the best, and    if  you    want  a globe   vfith     a  Rubber Ring,  call at Mrs. T.' ,  X.  ..Tones, agent for  H������NRY CRBW ,  P The  only    place you can   get  | Them.  I .Sole  Agent in  B.C.   for ��������� the  I French    Wreath... Co., of   Lon-  jg don,   Paris,   Melbourne,   S.A.,  5 Cor. Comox Rd. & Milton St.  6 NANAIMO B.C.  A. J. iYlcMUI<TR>������3, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  BAR bUPrUKD WI H BK* T  WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGAR3  HOTEL  I ADYSAIllH,   . C  Good tables and good  Rooms  +  +  +  +  +  THE TYEECOPPER CO., Ltd.     !  ��������� ���������***,������<>������-���������'  ;' ��������� Ji-  PURCHASERS AND 5MELTER3 OP COPPER, OOLO AND  SILVER ORES.  ���������s^melltiiig Wbrlcs at  UAE)YSldl'TH,   B. C.  *  t  HE AD. OFFICE  t DUNCANS  +  +"l  iOJ"  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  Vancouver Island; B. C,  *. :l ������r. ...    . ���������.-��������� 'fienerarManagar. "i  ������++*w**ii*+i++++++++*++* 1.1' r������ i"i"H"f *f ****************  PORTLHND HOTEL  DAVIT)  I*TYNI).='., Prop.  Board at reasoiuili'.o  Rates  The bar is extra  well  Stocked  This   Ilotel   lias    been  completely       renovated.  Board oad Lodging U.00 per day-  HOTEL.    PRET'O  JOHNTttA,.Proprietoi  Bar  Supplied   with   the  Host    Wines, 1st Avenue >: "���������-"���������  Liijuor?; and  Cignrs.  Ladysmith B.C.  ������v ������������������.-������.���������������.'%.-%.���������������������������������%-������������.���������*.������������������.*.-������.-������.'���������. <f  WM.   MUNSI10,   President  1    W.  COBURN,  Managing  Director.  Tclephane 'l-(>. ...  Ilie Ladysmith Lumber Co. Lid  M  V&fa  MILLS   AT   PIODICK    AND   LADY SMITH-'  Shingles a. ������pe-oi^lty,  MANUFACTURERS" OF-���������  K.ouj>h jinU Dressed Fir and (Jot!ar LuivibtM-s  LATHS,   SI-11NOLES,   MOULDINGS,      ETC.,    /of   the   BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND   DRIED     FLOORINGS      AND  FINISHING  LUMBER IN  STOCK  *^i*������t������������i���������������-������������������*������������������'������������������������'���������'���������������������������*������������������'���������<���������������"tM������i*+*������������t*������������������*j>M������������*f������������������M������i' ,*������������������������>������������������������������������>��������� '+���������>+������+��������� ������+9*w������������+**+**+������9<*9**9������*+������*+***>+**+"+**9*  | StbV������S! STOVES!  I        we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  * _        <  i        Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  1        Al I knidS of FtiiffirV and Repair Work  ��������� ��������� -...������������������.'-, "jr.-rj-.v /���������></��������� .T--T :o:,v*;,i-'---"rv'!V *������������������-"-��������� r'    "  \\ Nickei Plating in alii ts branches a Specialty  j Xadysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Li  ? TELEPHONE 53 P: 0. Box 42.  R. Williamson^Ptop  ist. Avehtie     r        li^  -^-,  ���������Vifl-  to?ERH*N6ING  Nbtly and Artistically Done������������������:   7 :7-Tv-        ^   S.-'fiQg-DmNG������������������>*������- ~:::-^LADYSMITH  +j>+++*+t++i(y**y**^ <���������,.  LADYSMITH TRANSFER STABLE I  * 11  * if  PIANOS,     ORGANS,. AND HOUlSESOtD     KURNITURT-  MOV-   . ��������� .i  , . E.p., PQjQMPTLt A   NQ S A FELY...   ;   .    j,. ��������� ,  '"'.'l*V-v;' -""? . "���������-.  Stables in the reur of tbe Lir^iiSith hotel.     Leave orders at   the  Abtot*    ford.  DA,   J   WASKETT, PRop  ***************** *******************************-t*i\ THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  ��������� ���������*������- **-  LODGES  LADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.~  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall every 2nd and -1th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  '     MRS. KATE TATE,  .       M. of R. & C.  LM1L.D   A'NCIENT      OUDU'K   ui  DRUIDS  Wellington Gune No   1  U.  A   v. i  Meets   in 11.i* F ��������� <   0   F   Hail,   i <���������  aysmitli,    lhe   Second   and     l-'oaii  Wednesday������ i.f o.u'h  month. coiiiih*i  ibg Wednesday. lath . 190?  Visiting Druid'-.     ..r* netted t.    u  lend. '  JJy  Oi i r  WM   RAFTER,,  Hert Swu  PATRICK Bl.l'K. N    ���������*.  Dr.'Dier can he found at "any tup  ������t his offiee on Gatacre st. His dotal work is m arantced to be first  <lass"and rates reasonable ���������'*  SI  - y --- NOTICE  From this date the undersigned  will ;not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on ������  written drner signed by the secretarv  Rowland Machin.  V. I. EXPLORATION A DEVKl,  OJ'MENT CO., LTD.  Non'Persona? Liability.  VlrtnHa    R    C .   ������f������v   ������8.h     '*������������  M. R. SIMPSON  Solicitor   yy_  fltanay   to   loan  t.   Amui LA0YS.VI H  iiiLBERT  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon J>entist  All woik  guaranteed-and at   reasonable, rules.  RESIDENCE   AND OIWIUH  Gatacre ht LadyMiiiih  Oien at all hotus.  LADYSMU'li   bAKLkV     ,  CHOICE    OAK US'   AND    PASTl'*.  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON   MAM)  Wedding    Calvri   -lade    to  Ordei  Kill'ITS   AM)    CAM11KS OF  ALL  KINDS.   '/-'KESil    BREAD   EVERY   DAY  Prices  -arc     Very Reasonable-     All  Cu.stomcis are Treated" Alike,.  HOP LEE * CO.  r   ON THE .ESPLANADE.  ���������SZz-Z'JffgL  ���������**���������������������������*-  MannfacUnci s of ihe Famous  CUBAN   liLOSSOl ,  None bu   Uiiinn Labor   Employed  a J* BOOTH, Prop ;  Paisley Dye Waits '  Fancy Dyeing' mid Cleaning. Chajgr  es reasonable.-etc.    Work Guaranteed  Commercial St* - Nanaimo, B. C.  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BCTWCCN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  Ana tlie Principal BuBlncss Centers of  Ontario; Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  .PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Time Table!), etc., nditi ess  CEO. W. VAUX,  ABtlBtnnt Gci.'l I'uwacngor aud Ticket Agent  13S ADAMS ST.. CHICAGO, ILL.  re you  will be  ng    tho  have   a  collar.  it without  Usin^ much coal, nnd in. .tho morning you need only pull up  (he dampor  chain   to pioduce a quick, s'rong fire, and  enough hot air  to  boat  your house  from   turret to cellar  iu a short time.  The "Sunshine" has labor ancl fuel saving features not  found on any" other furnace. You should examine them  before buying.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.    Booklet free.  McG*aiyfc  London,   Toronto,   Montreal,   Winnipeg,  Vancouver,   St. John,   Hamilton.  TRIAL STILL  PENDING  J. PiERCY & GO,  Maivufaetiiiers Of.���������.  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  - '--    E?C* '  WHOLESALE JRY GOODS   '  VICTORIA, B.C.:  GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP  Miners' Prilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER-and REPAIRED AT.SHORT NOTICE.     DRILL*  SHARPENED  BY US     ALWAYS    GIVE SATISFACTION.   PICKS HANDLED A ND REPAIRED   ~-S II I P S M I T H I N TT    IN   * A..LJ,   ITS   BRANC UES'  Horseshoers ancl Genera1 Blacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  BuUerSireet  -.,...-    -     - I^adysinitli, b *.  Ihe Ladysmith Hardware Co,, Sole Agents  NOTICE  LADYSMITvl   WATER WORKS  Consiirnets are requested to call at   the office     on  Robert**   Street a  lay Water     Rates,"'between the- 10th    and the 23th of each m nth  Office H.urs I P. M. 4.30  T.J BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  Express Work  Light Teaming. i Wood nnd   BaiK   for sale.  .Orders With   See J.   KEMP,   or   leave  W. CARTER.  FIRST  AVLN1JE  PHONE     6(.i  ���������������������������..������..������������������.���������..*���������*..  First  Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD AND BARK FOR SALE    AN'D    DELIVERED  EXPRE   SS WORK  .������������������������������������������������������  i  iTT-H ���������-Jirll'IMfr'-T-l''  *  ������������������������������������������<  DAVID JOHNSON  PilONE 66 LADYSMITH  ..*..������..������, ���������..������..���������..*..  '""'I'"  ���������  Will be Delivered on  Mondays,  Wednesdays.  Fiidays and Saturdays       v  Orders; must" be in by  eleven  o'cibek on day of Delivfciy,  *%&*.  ss^s^gsgsssssss^ssss?  i ^ Limited ������������������������'������������������'.'."'������������������  | NANAIMO   B. C.  .���������^-���������.4.^-:.>^^^-i.>.i.>-i->.i.^-������������'>.i--^^*^**^-i*^  NOTICE  TO   CONTRACTORS.  Ladysmith Wharf.  SEALED TENDERS, ��������� properly endorsed "Tender for Laidysmiih Wharf  and. Approach," will he 'received by  the ��������� undersigned up to noon of the  30th inst., lor tlie erection and completion of a wharf and approach at  Oyster Harbour,  Ladysmith,   B.C.  Drawings, -.specifications and conditions of tendering and contract may  he seen at the office of HlVt? Puihlie  Works .Engineer, Victoria, B.C., a I.  the.; office of the Government Agent,  Nanaimo, B.C., mid a.t- Laidysmiih,  B.C., on and after June the .18th.  Each proposal must he accrmipsuu-  ed hy an accepted bank chr*-**ut*' or  certificate of deposit on a chartered  bank of Canada, made payable to'tho  undersigned, in the sum of two hundred- ($200) dollars, which shall he.  forfeited if Uie party tendering decline to enter into contract when  called upon to  do so.  The "-.cheques" of unsuccessful ���������tenderers will be returned to them upon  the execution of the contract.  The. successful tenderer will bc-rc-  ���������qiilired to furnish bonds himself aiul  two. sureties, satisfactory to lhe  Chief Commissioner, in the sum of  right .hundred  ($800)' dollars each.  Upon Ins execution of thc bond (he  ehefque above mentioned will he rein rn.c-il to tho contractor.  Tenders- will not be considered unless made out on tho forms supplied  ;ind signad with tbe actual signature of the tenderer.  F.  C.  GAMiiLlO,  .     Public Works  Engineer.  Lands' add  Works  Dep-artinrnl',  Victoria.  B.C.,   15Lh  .lime,   1000.  .S.s  AND  w. si!,!���������;(;  iENEKAL hXPELS  DEHVJEJ1Y  WORK 'PR'OMPI LV   ii.  Leave' orders ������t the - A I>t..*,t>-r.-������rtt  Keep Minard's  house. .  Liniment,    ij*     tiie  Ho much ini.-iest lias bevii. manii.-st  c,t in Uiis (,it.\ u: d district o^ol���������  int* trial oi Uc-j-ieiii Federation of  MiiifiVulnciiils on tlu* change of >-oiu  idicity in the iiiui-dc-r of lC*t-(Ju\or-  noi SLcuneiihei-jj; t.i Idaho, that an  in:, uunt of tin- [iivsuiit status ol thu  lumoiib case would not Jx; out o.  r-lu. e  'ilie following story tu ecieiriirf i<>  Hie ufluti- tlipped from the I7uit������d  iMiue Woil.cis Journal oi re������eiit dat,-  i-s  .is  iollows  'J he tiu.ll of C'liufKe.s ll Alo.v*i,  ���������ii-cskIl'hi , Williuin P. lluywood, .se<-  leturj, and treusurer and Oeorgft A  T'cllibouo, lon-iM'i* nienibcr ol tin-  exi-������:iitive coiiimil-tLV oi th.* Western  Fud-'i'Miion ul Alinei-.s chargi'd with  ihi* iiuii-d.H- oi forinei- (Jovernoi* !���������'  Sii*uiienboi*a oi Jduho began last AIo'i  da> Ix-ioie Judy..' Frank T. Smith,  and u promises to Ix* oii<-* of thi*  most sensational trials ever held in  ihis countr*..  Oi'i>ani/e<l ldbor oi the entire country i.s \ itally inten*=.ted m the trial  believing that the charged aie iho  result of a ion-*piiaoy on the pan  of the mine uwuoi i and thu stalx  odkials to ha<mji the leadeis of  tbe Mmuis' Federation for the pui-  posu of bi-ealvint; up the union' an<l  dealiny org'.m./ed labor a death  bljw  The  fact   that  the   men  were     kidnapped from   iheir   homes    in   Colo  rado   lends color to the suspicion.  The .state bases its case on th.  nlloged confessions of Harry 'Oi  chard and Stove Adamfe, who wesreja."  so under iiuVtctiueiit Orchard an..  Adams ������ro cxpectr-u to swear the-,  were paid assassians, and that th.,  death of Steuncnherg was. jiart ol-ra  vast conspiracy formed by Uie'-inner  circle oi thr Aliners" > F������.-cferatipn,.and  that among the crimes, committed a-  a result of the-conspiracy was tweh-  tj-six. murders. Orclinrd declare*;  be mu silone in the executioiu-. of  Stcunenbcrg -Mf������- saj's he first plann  ed-to shoot Steunenberg with' bu'ck^-  ���������Jliot, hut he- abandoiMKl tliis' pllah'  and hid a mirnber of snot cju't**idg������ta'  under a < sidewalk where'they were  found- by- a-detective.  Orchard :is also expected to fell of  his selection to assassinate a .uisfie.*.  of the Supreme court of Colorado  Ele buried a bomb at the justice's  g*ate, arid when he pulled the strin  it failed to explode "He took the  string away and gave up the ������t)  tempt. A detective since dug up llu*  bomb  After Steunentjerg-'s death a reward  Try a Province Cigar.  of ^10,000 was oilered, and Orcim^a  ���������and-Adams were ane^ied and *iiade  alleged conies-dons.  On the 'other hand ��������� the dofen&e yti.ll  <.-ridea\or to show' that the enure pro  sceiition - is a plot. :'l hey ' v. ill' 'iu-  ti*oduce evidence to show Lhat the  bonilj dpg up and the cramdgos  lound under a sidewalk v>ese plant.s.  Vroi. VA. -II. Lowe, one of the leading experts on explosives in the  West will testily that had dynunutu  been buried as Orchard alleged, it  would ha\t.- been transformed mionit  ro-f lycerme -an 1 - would - have exploded"  ���������.men hiiiiig dug up by the PinKerton  detectne.*.  "1 shuuM hall* lo di^ .up a wooden box containing nitroglyceiine,"  ttiL* profu-vsoi- ivm������rU.ed ivcently "old  d*>uuxiiitv is always more explosive  lh ail new dynamite. Nitroglycerine  is apt lo }j*o oil at lbe slightest jar "  Oth<*r \vitiiv.->ses .\iii show that  Mover Haywood and Pettihone al-  w^iS upposr-d Mob'Tite in settling  labor troubles.  Upon the opening oi the case at-  lornejs lor the prisoners fili-d notice  of twenty-six alleged dis^nalificat--  ions-which should -prevent District  .fudge-'Frank Smith1 from sitlin/. a.s  trial judge, -add" gave" hot ice"-of a  motion for a' chanj^i of veriue.  Among other' ponits, it is '"ajlegeil  that Governor Kiank" R. Uoodrng  has issued a public manifesto," declaring the guilt of-'4he defendants  and that..he has the-proof of their  guilt.' ..Attention is- called to the  ltAat that ~. J u'dge- S5ni3th* is - au^apoin-  tee of the Goiernoi-.'-artd-it-ifi'--ixss6rt-  ed' that he is subject- to -the inb-u-  encc ot the-Governor.' The ��������� manner  of'drawing "the ������grand ''ur-v in 'Ihis  vounty  is also attaJeked.  Before takihs'-'any '"notice "of the  motion ia behalf of the defendants,  Janies It. Hawley, "the chief prosecutor, filed affldavffs"9etting forth  the present status of the liia('.>as corpus proceedings 'taken to tlve United* States Court on appeal from the  Federal court for the District oi  Idaho. He said the trial of the defendants could not proceed until  the habeas corpus matter should be  disposed "of by dismissal or final  decision in"the Supreme "Court  The'Judge took the   matter under  .advisement and   adjourned the court.  -Mrs.    Moyer and      Mrs.   Pettibon������  ������*ere present,   but"_   the  three defendants were not brought into court.  ���������Or  I:BAVK  RUSSIA  ALONE.  $ I ,00 0    IN    PRIZES  ^���������*������^t^^*j-*r*-*i^*-*M*fc-***.^-*>jj������*M**i-jj^^i^^ tm u,uv\irmm:w������immii^^m9jWS>m9^9j^am  ^Champion s h i p   Basebal  ^g      -   | NANAIMO   REUANCK VS.  LAl.)YSi\  53  I    Match ^  H!  ?\3 c ^ a m P i o ������ s h i p  88  Football   Match  I  V.-WCOl'VER   VS.   LAllYSMITIi. SS?  Children  R  s    gp o r t  e g a t t a-  s  eg  ^ Championship V. 1. Swimming Match���������Amateur  rand  lr-dian  Canoe  Ka,<T������,  1.o-- it Uinii; Contests, Stullin-i; Mulches, etc*.  :B i -g   T u g���������o f���������w a r~  i.OOaiNG "CAMPS   VS,  LAUYSMITI I.  BIG DAY  i���������i ir ��������� - *i  ���������iWTTtr-t 11 nt* ���������m i.  Excursion  Rates From All Points  RUSSELL   SIMPSON,  Chairman  H. MACKLTN,  Treasurer.  .IAS.   ADAM  Secrctai'v  '^3&&s6&wti&m^m^m 8&m$&m&  Synopsis ol Canadian Honiesl*aii'  Regulations.  Any available Dominion Lands  within tbe Railway Belt in British  Columbia,- may be homesteaded 'by  any person- who is the sole' liead ; 01  a family,' or any male ��������� over :e g-liteen  years of age, to tlie extent of one-  qnartor section of 160 acres',' more  or lesis.  Entry must-be made personally al  the local land btticc for the district  in which the land is situate,  The homesteader is required' to perforin the conditions connected therewith under one of the following  plans:  (1) At least six months' residence  iil-on and cultivation of the land in.  each year for  three years.  (2) If the father, (or moUwr, if the  father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the re  (���������iiircmcnts as to residence may hi  satisfied by such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his perman  eut residence upon farming land own'  ed by him in thc vicinity of his home-,  stead, the reuuircments as to residence may be satisfied by reside>ici  upon- the said land.  Six   montbe'    notice     in     writi-..'-  should be given lo tlie Commissionei  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acra for soft coal and $20^ foi  anthracite. Not more than1 320  acrss can be aofcjuired by one indivi  dual or company. Royalty at thr  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,00i-  pounds shall lie collected on the  gross output.  W.  W.   CORY,  T)eputy of the Minister of Interior  llondon, June 20.���������In the Bouse oi  Commons today. -Walter Kunciman,  parliamentary secretary to the loca1  Government board, on behalf of the  foreign Secretary .again* declined to  'inform the government of/jRussia-. of  'the views of the British people concerning the anti-Jeswish 'outrages.  (He said that the impression mad-i  smd the sympathy aroused not only  in this country but everywhete by  the'disturbaMces and loss of life in  Russia were weli known to the Rus  siari government, and they were not  matters in which official diplomatic  intervention   was visual or  desirable.  ; ���������'"'GlViESr;.WAY" T-6^ FRANC B:_. "'  -T-kng'ier, J line '^.-^TJxe Mori^ocpM.  government 'today ahnoimced tHat  it, yields to the. French demands, for  an indemnity, for the, murder pi> M.  Charbpiniier.v a French . citizen. ay: the  result of which ..a-* Fveneii :* squadron  was despatched   to Tangier...  'Xondon,: June,- 20.--Tlie- '. Tribune's  correspondent at St. Petersburg as ���������  sert.s;;that . lSmperoi- NMcho.la'V .is-urg  ing General TrepoiT to 'organize . a  cabinet, and that the Emperor :has  summoned' M. Podohsoeft', fornaer  Proeurator of t.he Holy Synod'- to."  an audience tonitvht. A despatch  fi-oni Rissean to the same paper reports that, the Bolehteff regiment has  mutinied and killed several oi its officers.  TRACKED.  "What do you mean by-our 'running expenses' bein^ 'too heavy'?"  demanded Mrs. Guy-boy.  ,;Kr���������race-horses," reluctantly explained Mr.  Gay.toy���������Chicago Triibune  UNKNOWN FftTEND.S.  There are niatiy people whoy.'.. Jiave  used  ehambfeclain's    Colic, ^IGholera  and "Diarrhoea Remedy wittf'splendid  results,    Wit  Who are unknown    tx-  eause they have .hesitated, about.giv-  iBg a testimonial of their experience  for publication.   These people,    however,, are none   . the .less friends''%of  the remedy. ' They have done  -much  to triage; it ,?a-yjiousi*Ji61d    word: by  their personal %ecornrneoidation^     to  frlewls and-Taeiglbbors.; i It is a^-gobd  medicine to haive    in the home   a:id  is-widely known for its .cures   *t  di  arrhoea and all forms of ���������tiow-e'l tion  ble;    For sale by Ladysmith   Ph-.i  macy.  -     -r������������������ Ot-t���������r   Ask for Minard's and take no other  f  "���������* *'i^C������,-t-*S.'M^!>ST"r"-r - * THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  *$���������$<$*���������$ <$������ .ft *%i ������|������ ��������������� <H$H$Hfr ���������&&*&&&&&&& <$"$"$������������  ���������  ���������  *  ���������  FOR  THE    PEOPLE'S  r,. -a- c..f...  1 MINING SHOES  Pioneer Doii; Y/oihs  (st. Avci.ye, Ladysmith, B, C j  If. I tm% Prop.  $2.00 PER PAIR  AI A N UF A C 'i' I' J-i li li OF  Carbonated {leverages.  Oins>er   Beer  Fruit Syrups  IT  BICKLE'S  t  ���������$���������$���������$*$ ^^*$*#^l$^ W^^*^ <$"$"���������������  Smith, Fot  - ,l**v  That's AIM  Local  Items  None Better-Capital & Nug-ffet Cigars  'PHOTOS���������One Dollar buys six Cabinet Photos. Sunday is tbe last  day. Photographs will not be olier-  al again at this price., Come It-day.  Schenck,   the  Photographer.  ���������SWi  i  Corset Covers  and  "I notice that in some of those  Down Eaiit towns they recommend  pepper for stra,\vliori-ics lo increase  their digestibility."  "Well, niiy man who will stop to  think about digestibility when eating a strawberry deserves to eat the  pepper alone."��������� f'i-pveland Plain Dealer.     -  DOINGS OF  \ "GHOST'  Ask tor Capital and NuKjret Cigars  A special meeting of tlio Ueiicl-alis  will be held in r, the banjuetting  rooms, Opera House, Friday i*\wiiii<-,  June 22, at 7 o'clock.  Tickets   Nos.    JC afld  7!)  won  the  two Ilaiiid Embroidered Sola  Pillows  at   C.    Peterson's    furniture    store  Please present your tickets.  Smoke Big 15. Cigars  The Hon id of Trade ->>"i.ii<-  was lo b ��������� li"bl tin's ���������*��������� ."ii'n -  been posl imnel. a: '1 " :il lii'"<  ti iii'M'i'n - e\ ��������� n n r>' "'!i S1'  ii- ~(e.  Mrs. Howe, sister of Mis.    J.  Watson,    who has been visiting  and Mrs  Watson     for   the.past  days,  leaves    for ber home in  Westoninsler  toninrrow.  W.  Mr.  few  New  Smoke a  Big  B' Cigar."  .Seats for this- evening's entertainment at the Opera House have been  selling very well, in fact, Mr. For-  cimimer, who has-been handli.*i^ the  tickets, states that the advance sale  has been the -lit'st on record. Tbo  plans.will.be 'taken to the Opera  House at 7 o'clock, when tbe doors  will������lie opened:  Pry a Province Cigar.  LADYSMITH  VS NANAIMO  On  Sunday  afternoon next tiie  following intermediate baseball   players  "will  face the Eagle.. team of   Nanai-  ino, Jon tlie Bunker Grounds:  O. Delcort, r.f., J. Crossan, I.f.,'.A  Morrison, 3b., A. "Crossan, c.f., -J.  Dunbar; 2(b., H. Manuol.'ss.i J. Ross  p., M. Kerr, c, Robt. Barclay, lb.,  F.  Ingham and J.  Richards, sub-  DIPLOMACY.  "Does that politician keep bis promises?"  "No, but; when he breaks one lie  acts as if he felt so bad about it  that you forget your troubles and  begin to sympathize with him "������������������  Washington  Star.  Strange iiiiaccounteJble things aie  befalling in the neighborhood of Lam  beihmst, Kent. The villagers are  con1-inced that tliey arc sheltering-  one of the most- enterpri.Mng, audacious working "gliosis" recorded in  the annals o'" the  unseen.  At the Kuniae.e Mill, owned i>y -Mr.  J. C. Playfoot, a well-to-to tanner  and hep-grower, Lhe "ghost" p.as established   its iicadQ-iifiiters.  Air. 1'layfoot, interview. ��������� by u  press reprcseiitatiie,' said : '-Ills important to know that I have  not dischnrgod anyone, that "the approach of any stranger woold be disputed by two wa tc-lnilorgs that would  not stand on any ceremony, aiwl ihat  I carry-in my own pockets lbe key  of the mill, stables, nayrooms, and  other buildings.  "Despite all these precautions locked ami bolted doors swing open, the  horses are changed from stable to  stable, aie sometimes turned round  in their stalls so that, their backs  aie against, ilie inaiigcrs, and are  often scan .to run shivering and startled into  the ro:������l."  Then Mr, I'biyfoot detailed what  v.'jis jicrhaps the strangest "manifestation" ot all. "About noon a few  days a^o," he said, "in, thc presence  of my son 1 1 icl-ed and bolted every building on the' premises and  went into the inill-liou.se for dinner,  Suddenly 1 beard a startled cry  from the lad, and rushing into the-  yard' saw the door of the dining-  room, only about ten yards away  wide'open. 'Within the room I hoard-  tbe shouts of 'the lad, but before r  could reach him the door silently  closed. I .seized the handle.'The  door was locked! My son was a  prisoner inside. The key. of the  roi in was in, my pocket. I unlocked  the door and -entered the room. Nobody was there except my son standing on the stairs irig-htcn-'d   and rale.  TENDERS.  Tender,*: will be received by the un-  ���������elersi.gned up till June 2(ith, for p<*r-  mission t-o erect and conduct refreshment booths, etc., on the Bunker  Grounds, and also a separate tender for same privileges on the Spit  on Mi.itday, July 2nd. Tenders for  each place must he entirely separate  J. RYANy  t'hairiiinii (irounds' Com.  Ladv.smil.h,  B.C.  ihe Laiesi to  . .      ,      tl  coloring���������hancy p.  Fancy Tinnovsrs ftoui fOs  Stock Collars In a  Shapes a  Lace Cdiar&tlgs in tream  -Whileand Black -Fancy Ap-1  plJpue Collars, no two aHlfs���������* |  Ladies* String Ties, any color ������  you wish -The Latest thing ������  !     ,1  WI  in icicy  \i\ 3 Dili  n������s, wa  havs'tai I  Skill 'rtiaTHo  *A.Stil<VJil   Wt \r������.-  m  pi  1  u.i ii .< %, a   ���������=���������-  ''t-'C.  J&  ������    ^  *������*���������*> A  t#&9mm^\.\J*JkJ***r������K.ai ���������Mttmmz  Oct Your   mm EXftMIHER  .HEW M WORLD   AND   MEW YORK JOURNAL  ���������AT���������  KB il SlU  BARNSltYA CO,  VH TOBIA. B. C.  ji  I  ��������� ���������e ������������<** ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������j.   hj   ;a    ������������������������������*!  nft<������iOTi*l  Fine Colorings,  Prices Lowast  For t-ha Month of .June, and  until further notice, we will  trim all Wall 1'apcr sold hy  us Fiee of Charge.  H.  KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  Shirt Waists  We have just received  anew assortment of these  I r '  Goods for Dominion Day,  and invite you to call and  in5piect - -   '     -  ^fffWfmmw^mnfmwmnrnfnfmmwwmmvfitfmitr^  * Notice  A. How* ol Chemalnuit hat openeJ tha Mealmark  lately ran ky W. Ward, on Koberl* Street  w lh a  lull Una of Pint Class Meat* .      .      .  Pork and Sausage a Specialty -��������� A [rial Soli  3  3  ������������������..���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ,.������..������>. ������..3" ��������������� ���������  ..*..o-. ���������"*���������.���������������  tJI VJ^rtie-JV* ^  T  have just  received  a shipment oi  Hills'   High Grade  3H'J  .....   CiG^rilrS  "DRUG'STORE  0*  e  9  e  9  e  Gianiie and Marble Works  Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest prices consistent  with first class stock and  workmanship* Write for  catalogue.  A.   STEW MIT,  MS Yates St. Victoria  B.C  I A.  HOWE Phone 2-o  E        * *     MEAT   MARKET  OSItt������IMlltltl|������������lt������|  *acB-a1-'U������rf������C'a*Ufi������  IMPASTED". HUKHEV SMIIM  ti  iBANC.lv  .b'EK'H'j  (SI32 II.   S..-H.).  At  Johnson's    Lii-crj:,' Stab.e   c'-'-ery-  Tucsday  at noon,  anil   will   remain  until Wednesday noon, each weel-:.  TERMS-fiFTO INSUSS  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house      Ask for Minard's  and  IaU no other  ���������^  juwywy wwvwv^kvww^www www awww\^  ONE     F^O U IM D  BLAIR   Sc   ADA  n  p  nail  The Great Norwegian Singer  Coininenciug   Sunday   next,    1  will    conduc t   a refreslwrient  stand for the convenience    of  picnicers and camping parties  on    the   Green Spot opposite  the boathouse,  and near Shell  Beach.      Refreshments,       Ice  Cream,  Lunches,  etc.,"'served  at'reasonable  prices.  Campers wishing to secure  plots for the summer season,  should apply here.  Mrs, I". C, McKinellej  HIGH ST.  PAINTS  S.   W.    P.     $2 Gallon  ELEPHANT $1.75 Gallon  LADYSMITH HARDWAWE COMPANY LIHITED  Tickets  nier's.  now    on  sale  at   Foreiin-  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that I iii-  tcnil to apply to the, Board-of Li-  oonsiriy Coniniissioners of the CMty of  Lailysinitb, at it next, sitting, for a  trannfer from myself to'Manry Blair'  of the license lo sell spirituous and  ferineiited li(|iior.s on 1q(. three (3),  Hlook twenty-six (2.'i), on the premise,'- known a-s tbe- Cecil Ho(tel, situated on I'Mrst Aiciiuc iu the city 0f  Ladysmith,   H.C.,  Datod  this J51Ji   day    of .Time,    A. I  1).   lilOG.  GI'XJItCiE  HANNAY.  Hy  bis Attorney in fact,  Henry  Re if el.'  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST A VENUE.   ���������  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to ybiif;  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  FOUNTAIN   PENS  We have just received a shipment of the Famous  LAURENQE     FOUNTAIN     PENS  Each one carries' a special guarantee/    Prices from $1.00 up.  _���������_���������CALL  and   SEE   THEM���������   B  FORCIMflER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  a*s>  I  i  \  .^.���������-a-Tw. ���������\T.m\vjV*? ���������^���������T'.t-T.iss-fitmfm^ 'jivmt >'i ww.������j,,''^'������yA'J������*w>-*>r*-^*^^ w^*..  FIRST AVENUB  LADY5HITH  For    T o = in or r o w ���������  ���������  Ceil  E..G.   PAN NELL  GATACRE ST.        LADYSMITH  /*^A**'^/*SA^������>������^^������-^>j*>*^^^^A'^^^AiV'������/***������V^A VV%A*V>  THE FENCING GIRL  FOR  ���������,,  35 Whit? Swan Soap Wrappers  Sen f its 35 >VHITE SWAN WRAPPERS  and we will mail you a Beautiful Picture cf  THE FENCING GIRL   -A number of others  to choose from  '"     " ' ���������������������������   . ���������   ���������^���������-^���������������-������^������."    ���������      , i   ���������    ..--.  Tlie Brilisb Columbia Soap Works. Victoria B. C  ��������� e*������#*������eo������oo-������������oftQo-s>x>-?G������ ���������csecsnetastitcetfeti't  P.S.���������We will mail you, free ane  of j  jour Premium Li?ts on aPP*i(5a-*'lotl-   |  VV(WVWW /VVVM*������'*^^****i*^'^^A^AAAftA^������S^^������^V^>\AA^'<VV *> -<rv W*>AA*'


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