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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jun 28, 1906

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 taainiotw^a- j*a=&Fty^&?i} &r$r&n ~ vmsMoptsi^.  Daily Ledger  VOL.,2  THURSDAY  June 28, 190G  PRICE FIVE CENTS  ~i'������i   lIDYSMIffl COUPLE  ARE M4RRIED  VICTOR!! TODAY  The marriage too'-v place this moin-  ing" at 7 o'clock, in Victoria, of  Miss Julia A .Teague, of this city,  to Mr. Harry Ward, maunder of the  local telephone company, and the; ltap-  py couple arc now enjoying tlieii  honeymoon on a tour of "the Sound  cities, from which^they evpect tore-  turn in about two weeks' time when  they will take up' their residence in  the Ward Block.  -The ceremony was petformed by thu  Kev.-C. E. Copper, at St. Saviour's  Church. Miss E. Teague, sister of  the bride, acted as 'bridesmaid, wlvh  Mr. P. Teague, brother of the m,  supported ,the groom.  Both Mr. and -Mrs. Ward are well  (RIAL OF MITCHELL  i j iovancis ma  rfiiiu  Seattle, June 28.���������It became more  (and more apparent yesterday that* thy  cue. of the defease, in the trial    of  George Mitchell,'    chained . with the  murder   of    .Edwin CreffieM, "H������ly  Roller," May. 7, in   partly    'to"'������  fluence the- umOa of ttfae jurors  i-hj\  disclosure ol the awful charges    laid  against the deceased,, and partly   to  take    advantage    *f, every possible  chance that may be allowed to secure  a    rehearing    lacaw ������ conviction  should be secured. /Even. ������t the pre  liminaty ' stage of the selection8 : m  jurors, the battle that is being waged between    the'  state's    attorney,  Kenneth   Kaclootosh   and Cohn^F.  ing them .every success and happiness  in their wedded life.. '  NBWjlCOAL  BUNKERS  ...           .    ,.        4        , ,M/iUer, on the one hand; and Will fcj.  arid faioraWv known m this city and I ���������-__.'--.  ....      '    ���������   *   , -.,,  ...  .             , ���������    1 /    -i, ��������� ���������           :���������u IMorns and Silas M. Shipley on /the  their many fin nils will join in   wish-1 th .     . iK.,���������i���������^        ;���������r.:  ._. iti._ ������������������_��������� _���������., ,._���������..: ���������|other, is one   involving a technique,  which at times is beyond the ordinary"  specrtatw's, comprehension, > .although, wall appreciated by   practical  ,'lawyera.' % t  One of, the comments conuron'v  heard among. those who have often  seen trials fmr murder is' the strange  reversal of positions in the. present  case. Ordinarily counsel "for- the state  is willing to' leave the fcase in 'the  hands of jurors who may have formed* some slight conviction as to the  guilt or innocence of the man accused In the Mitchell, case, it r is, .the  counsel: for'vthe defense that .is j so  willing, while "counsel-for the state  seeks to secure men ' who have ' not  heard or read much, .if any, tbout  the case." x. ,,        *      r  The second ' day of the proems llnjs  ended with thev jury box after- iths,  examination 1'for cause", had b������e������  completed', and with the exercise! of  but one, preemptory challenge by lhi~  prosecution Today /the defense will-  Iwvfr^he rig^t ,to e������K^.7ft^^  challenge twice, thw ��������� the-pwiiiruMon.  The Vancouvei World says- The  coutract' foi. large coal* bunkers for  Macdonald; ' Marpole & Co , to , bo  erected on' Co������l ��������� Harbor, at the foot  of Jervis street, ;is am iiince<I some  time ������go, lias 'been a.wauled to Ironside, Rannie & Campbell The bud-  Lers, which will oecupy a wafer frontage of 395 feet, will have '- stor-  *g<* capacity of fiOO ' tons and five  railway cars can be loaded al one  time. Along the eastern side of the  building, ^some 190 feet, the C P. R.  will run a sidetrack an.l Mvitc'iwitg  facilities will |.e" provided bcar.by.  The bunkeis will be up-to-date.,,ia  loading and'" dischar&in^flicir^^con^  tents a/������d' will be leaidy f0r operations about-" July' 20. * .  --���������������   ITALIANS  ON STRIKE  MERBY-Ge-IIUND  ���������    WILL BE HEBE  The badger is ji receipt of a tcle-  jiiam from Mr. C, \V. Kirk, who left  litre for Vancouver yestert'a , 111  which he .states he will jsc I������ re on  liiminicn Day', and will,,be,in J:ape  to entertain the youngsters ...1 ilicii  heart's content.  licsides his Merry-igo-ro- nd; Mr  Kirk w"ill bring .^ofiie donkeys wlffch  he has recently" imported from California, ������n1 which form an important  feature of his attractions. lie 111  fends- filing substantial, prizes >,.doi  loth ladies and children in ndina  contests on thefc donfce>s. He is  advertising in both' Nanaimo and Vie  toria to the" effect that he will be  here, and his machine will prove an  attraction to many grown-ups as  well as nil of the children.   o-   PLENTY OF WATER  FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTS  -���������* -���������-*���������--  OPERATION  f    WAS SEVERE  HANNAY  IS SMILING  Tacoma, June 28���������The strike 0f  the Tacoma Railway & Powci Com-  fany's laborers assumed a lather serious phase this morning when 200  striking Italians appealed at Xme-  teenth street and Jefier^on avenue,  and compelled a gang of woikmen  tliere to stop work. Some of the  njMi refused the demand of the Italian leaders, and the shovels and to0ls  wwe ta'ien from these and t hi own  aside, and in a few minules all work  had ceased Half a .dozen policemen  were at the spot ready to interfere  in case  any fighting began  Manley Ettor, an Austrian teamster, refut-ed to quit work when requested by-. Italians Saturday 'evening and was seriously stabbed in the  abdomen by an Italian who has not  yet been identified.  Today the street cat company tried  to pay off its Italian workmen, but  they refused to accept their checks,  fearing it was a ruse on* the part of  the company to serve them with..injunction papers '.preventing them from  interfering with strike breakers. Tho  company has sent to Riverton fcr a  force of 250 Irish laborers who will  lie put to  work in-the morning.  The Italians are jcm  strike for   an  JOBBERIES.  IN PORTLAND  Jeff Ilannay^ is today wearing a  happy -sinih������. vjTe has cier5'thing in  readiness for his boxing contest, heio  011 Dominion Day wiih Joe Moiton,  ���������t|ie preliminaries are ai ranged, hall  noted, etc Besides all this, if Jeff  wins he has a fight in sight with  f>oh 'Williams which piomises to he  a .good, one,,.  ��������� For- Monday <nigjvt Hantvay promise,  the local lo.ers of the manly air  an exhiltlion    wliich has. ;:~\ .?r !.e. n  equalled iD Ladv^mlUi  before,  a  !S������^~dearrfepe������is"oiCthe resui 1. , J f  tfcuuuiyi ? loses,   be. will, Itlelv ' lose  again once, and so bi until the: sin [tus._11]aich with' Williams, and   this  challenges by the' prosecution and the  twehe by the defense are exhausted  -������"H*-  increase.   of wages    from  $2.50 a  day.  $.2.  S  to  RAINMAKER  A FAILURE  ���������-^>.^fc-  Daw.soh, ..lime 28.���������Chas^ti;���������Mat-  field, the    rainmaker,  Portland, June 28.���������What appears  to have been an unsuccessful attempt to .break into the United  States National Bank occurred last  der tlte show icase.  The police believe that a gang of  crooks infest the city/ Several weeks  ago an attempt was made to fob  another large bank here,  night. Burglars succeeded in gaining  entrance to the cellar underneath the  bank, but were frightened off byi a  Pinlterlon detective and a watchman,  who were attracted to the spot by  the noise of closing steel trap doors  which"lead from the street into the  oellai. The burglars were frightened  off .at the approach of the wat**-  man.  At one o'clock this morning, it W������S  discovered by the night' watchman  that .larger liros.' jewelry store on  Moriison street between Fourth and  Fifth, streets had been robbed of/between $2,000 and $3,000 ��������� worth of  jewelry. The robbers; effected an entrance through the rear door with a  jimmy and broke through a glass  door at the rear of the salesroom,  and abstracted a tray of precious  stones locked in a sccxat drawer-un-  JONESTS  EXONERATE^)  Seattle, June 28.���������Frank Jotaes was  yesterday exonerated by the coroner's jury for the killing of Thomas  Cu.llen.'. Tho verdict stated, that Cul-  has been,   atj ''-''. ^ ������Ofne to his death .by, a'blpw  .   .    ,..   .,, .   ..... ���������---.��������� >"*"' -'j^relivered'    by  Joaes  while dofendiiig  work, in the Klondike-lor two - weeks, i ���������.     ,ec       .    ,-,    ���������  ��������� ,,       ������-x  ��������� -���������       -<;t. ."himself from'bodily injury ankl .".n-auist  and  has  done ho thing  to   niateriaJU''Vj^^-v 0dds.    The jury '-exonerated him  aid   hydraulic  miming,   and   the camp   from all  blanic in the matter.  is greatly in need of water. "It rain-.!: I?ros������cuting-��������� Attorney    Mackintosh  ed several    times.'.-in the . Klondike  stated  that  since the coroner's  jury  last week,  but the fall wa>s not-con- j had exonerated   the   young man    he  is' an en^agemettt-'.that-he does _ no:  care to uiis>s On the other hand,  J Morton is reputed to be a- good man  , Fawi~w4IJ~bfc-bete-to..get tlie lon'in.i  of the"purse. ��������� A's������de bet has been  put up of VI00, and the wonnei* is 10  take sixty per cent, of the gate receipts besides the bet, while the loser will'hate to content himscli with  the forty per cent, and the hauuiu-i-  mg which be will receive betore lo .-  ing-  Two "good preliminaries have been  arranged for which m themsei>c->  promise to be worth goiag iar to  see. .-These will be pulled off in time  to start the big match at -8 o'cloc.  isharp in order, that the excursionists  from Kianauno may attend, watch the  hght, and catch their return tram,  which will leave at 10:30. The yo  will be' a ten-round ahair, at catcli  weights, and the best man will win  The,i<aiiaiino Herald of this mo.11-  iag contains the following  Kditqr Herald���������  _ Provided, r-vyin'iu my contest with  Sailor Kelly-.."on Saturday' night  accept the challenge of .left" llann-  ay,, published in last night's issue of  tho Free I're.ss.- 1 will box him l'or  tho -entire., gate receipts and a side  bet-ot from .^200 up. to any.��������� amount  that he will stipulate. ,  I rrtnain, yours truly.  BOB. .wTIJ.IA.UK.  : Tlie. above aecopta������ce of id an nay's  "challenge was 'banded in lo this 0-  nce last nijjht by Air. JVtrie, Alana-  jj������r fo> Wiilintns and by the nppour-  nnco of things at pi-csont it seems  that Nanaimo is going- to witness  soiiio first class boxing; contests in  the n,ear future, fn ims^tiiifj- such a  miin.as lTannay< Williams, .is ��������� yaiutf  out -of his class quite a few pounds,  but'h������ feels q,uite confident In his ability to defeat the Ladysmith crack  and if this match is arranged (or,  the bout will no rlonbt he pnUcil  off in Nranaimo. wht-r'n nowii olhevs  than clean, first das* lioxing contests- are  allowed. I  TIM) friends and ielati\es of Mi M.  In<rhain, who iindci went ;i sevcro o|i-  fiatioii in the Nanaimo hnsp.ilal \c������-  tciday, retmned tins moinin^ on lh������  nine o'clock tiain, and icport the patient a-, pio.j.res'jing as well as could  I e 'hoped foi It was foi nd, they  ���������state, that Ihe spinal cowl has not  b-cn* iitjiiicd.-as ha<l ho>:n feaud -bv  Cic jSuigeon-r- pievious to the opeia-  tioift and t although it may peihais  bj 'a' coiij.le of 11 onths before any  apprtwiable change for the Letter  ta-es j lace, -good hopes for an im-  liioveuient aie hold out. In speaking of the operation Ibis morning's  ivsuc of the Nanaimo   fl:rald    tajis  Menqlus liijfliam, ,1 resident ot Uad.s  5.1111II1, who has hoe 11 ijing ^n a cot  111 Mtinauno- h������ispital ior neiiil.v, " a  ,\<jav, umt why wns ntjiiixl |>3 a Kill  ( 1 coal 111 Kxl fusion milium some  iis^ntli-. Iu'loio l>emg bi ought to the  tiospiitil, v.a.s opiial<.d on \isloi-  oa> l>.\ L������r. Hogle as'lsieil by bi.  O Brian.'     'i'he uiniii   was. ol   I he spin  p.tUrllL   lias   bLCll   1(1-  iinti'    the       nijiii\  save- onl.\    thut   he  could   nu>vo     in-  hi'ad,  spoaU, ami  was entirely   m pus  ������������������        c \  <or.sioii ol  his ^eiisi's.     Tho opei'ution  was a most dungcious one and is  i*atv"in'thc annals '01 ���������suigiii;s , '1 lie  pulKiiL and his relatives all. m_  that the operation bo i niloi'taUi n,  ulihouqh .1J10 jjiavi- natiiiu 01 lho  tame was well nuclei stood by ihun  it was an* operation w ilJi a chance  ai iriipiovernent    ur a \e\ niy ileal h  Fortunatelj aL Llus wiiinig, nnd-  aight, the patient's condition it.  ennsidereri by His medical attendants   iw   good     as   1011I1I   be- liopeil  ior     On   cut 1 nit;   down    lo   the   uiliu-  !  Col^Tracy Repoi*te that by Turning in McLeod Creek Sufficient  Water Will fce Obtainable:  t'ol J U' Ti.k-c) and pai (.\ letui'n  e.l hoin Mush ������n>| HkLiol (iCiAslast  e.ciuns,,  ai ^tl .it   noon   lodav   the t'ol-  oncl  fer.  I'.ft lor W.nto'iMr on the ,Ti..n  ai coi.d and  tin-  tally    pa 1 a i.v. cd  In ,i|i unen lew this mornipg with  a lidgiei lei/ie^ciilative Col. Tiace\  state I t.lul while he had not vet  n..i'de oil his iepoil, he could sav  fiat eeivthiii1' !oo\ed favorable foi  the inslallaU 11 of a wat.'r jowei  c-lectiic planL foi li^liun;; the 'city  ol Lady.siiiitli, as far a.s the. suppb  ol  watci   is coiiccincd.  "In my icport last yeai," sai<I  Col Tiacy, "I only rejioi Ii5d oillf  Ijtod cieeK, not having al that lime  \1s1ted Bii&h'tieeli, I icpoiU'd al  (lie time that I did not Hunk it .1  si'Te pio|)os.licn to install a wain  I ivvei plant lo )c iin vvilh the one  ii.e', as at some seasons of the  vi.11 the water is too low Uuweit'i,  n w Ihit f have seen the tvvorueV1  I -In not lliuilv there would he an.  t'll.'-cully whulevei m opei.umt; a  pi. 11I "  \s''ed a-s to Ihe cost ol tut 11 11 ���������  added into fits'i Creelv, the Coloiijl  leidied 1lut it would !,e aveiv cjis\  m.it t ci   t() aeooinpiisli'  'ii my  tepoif, I   will ma'c an    csii-  n.ilu    of     the   rost,    and  while, of  'oiise,   1  cannot sav definitely  until  I   have    figiued      if out,    J do   n.t  'iiiiik  that the cost of woils will am-  .' nl to very   much '/'  U11  th; whole,  Col. Tracy's reroit  .',  veiy   favorable,  and  will   beai-"r-  nsj  to  a    icica'- inanv jieople   who  hi.vc      been    of  the opinion that   it  \ on Id  be impossible to 11111 a watci  ;m\ei  plant even it both cieeks wtte  ��������� ili/od.     rfhe tepoit, together    will,  -tnnates of cosl, etc.,  will  be Irre  ji  time,  foi  the council meeting nevl  v pelf, aii'I if considered advisable the  ;  (T'siluliiics arc that within a shoit  !   ne a   bv-law will  Le subnutt^.l   to  i'e i.ik'iuveis  to say whether or 1 ct,  1 one\  shall lie boriowcd by the city  lo  wistall     an    electric plant.     fv.'  1'.ie|.ay������-is bate  already   voted   11111-  1 ol .1 city-owned plant, amd ha- e "*  -',o \0lcd to the effect that th>n  v i'il a plant nslalkd Theie has  n -<i been any question but that a  \ ilir plant vould he far chcaier niul  1 me satisfactory if a sufficient sut'-  ', I, of watet is a'ailable, ani'l iio������v  'hiI an expeit's opinion has been .v  >���������. 1 ed, and is favoiable, theie she.Id  t -    no    ttomble  in  pns&n; a  n on-y  It   would   onlj   be a  distant j     0    ' ���������  c/l'ai nut ,a  (jtiarfei , -of a  mile,"    said   1    'aw lo install tl plant in the near  the,-Col0ii;l,.J"with ui fall  of 25 fret    I  toe.     -  NO TRACE OF  LOST CHILD  ���������*.>*���������  Vancouvei,   June  28���������Despite     the  liatitic oftoits ot fosfcei par^nls    and  ed  vorteb.ae  ,t   x,.,s  io.imcI    ,h\ essarv j f| |(JlfK ^  the sys(c.1Ilill/lc S0Alch   ln  to    inuove   .1   ni.-m      p.n i      ..i     Hi- _s( ,ui1,c.(|   ,^   lhc  ,!0|u.ei    nothing    has  tou/th   huh   and   s.\th   iviuml.    ^''-Jvel   been .lu-aid   ol  the whcicfl.'ioul^ c  tc-br.K-,   the   yreatesL   damage     bemy  th'   little  gu I   whose  mv&buuous  di.s  done    to   the    sixth,    three   splintei s ' ,,| _ Cll| <lnce    d   weeK   a!;0   las[   Sund.i  of  bone   wcie   iiiinuved       1.0111       1 bo has cast a   pall of ^looni aJiil lackin  spinal    cord   itselt     and    the     .si.\th . n vii't\   o\ei   hei   honu' in   the     west  and seventh  vt-riebiae weie louncl dn  cn.l   of the uty       ihe child  was  wel  located   anil a thick   geluli nous ina<-* Inowu    lo    do/ins  ol  playmates  anil  of   sin round 11114   1 issue       was      loimd  Ullow   scholars  at   the  Snndav schc); ii  pressing on tlu> ionl   .ill  tins was re-   I"   which     sli2   was  going  vv bin     sb  moved   the   i.ucl     being   put   in     tho  disappeared,    as    well     as   to  man,  host    possible condition  and n Mirg - " Jo.h'-ois,   And   it   is   felt   that   it   she  tj>ftt h .ii been on the stieels at all she  '..Mild be recOtiini/.cd. It, seems 'hard  10 -believe  that  any evil  could   have  c������l    uu-l.et    put   on   the   patient  will    holil    bin)     absolutely  immoveable    Xo    marled   improvement      at  ������, ,        ,   . .., ���������    o eijalvcn  a  thuteen-veai-old  till   on  the hesi    e.vu he hoped  ior    lor three =>  months .or more. altboMnh    if the op  eration  .gives- the   hoped . for .  relict  a \aiieouvei street oi a Runnav af-  t'nioiwi when theie aie more peopl'  a'.roa-d than on any other day of  the wp"tK. Wtniig to clcspetat-ion bv  th j tcnihle airvietv ,nvl suspense, Ihe  fostci patents aie at then wits' end  to I n ivv what no\l lo do, hut aie  ���������lutjtin.sr.' every momnnt for'hews of the  lost  one.  KXCTfAN'OKf)  A'l'TI'n I)1-:S.  some slight svmptoms miiyhl be not  ed sooner, 1h.1t rhe'spnial iord is  still capable ol pei foi mini; to a  greater 01 less debtee its filiations  'he opeiat mi; surgvon is conv lined  for 11 needle prielc of I be cord -nftei'  'he. pressure, was irnmvi'il caused  -spusmat ic niovcinems of the .muscles  of  (he    bod.v. i ���������:���������:���������  Dr. Hntvle. wbover.v kindly when' Tacoma has lak'Ciii ,S(Saltie's -former  called on Inst iii^lit. .gave the 11 ��������� unenviable | civil ion as an ex I rein dy  hove particulars to The Herald did, wide open city. Seattle 11:1 li'i 1 c-  so knowiti!'- ihe iniense intoresl I be j cent ly had the rc|)ut������lii)n f.ii . ar.i"  commimiiy feel������ in the unfortunate  man. Should the. patient, rally well  from tin.' operation, and improve  somewhat     ii   may  he    possihle    loler  GIRL WAS  HIS HOODOO  New York, .Tune 2S ��������� Because In  I, >! all his liioncv on the laces an.I  ' ^ ! to pawn his sweetheart's di.i-  1 ond iing foi $'j m older to me. t  t is imniediate wants, hJugenc Mast^i  was held in $300 . bail in the I-lur-  ii 11  Couit,  charged with ~s teal ing the  'i������S-  Mastei descii^ed himself as a Pan-  s a'i, .1 pbjsicial culturist, and livin������  at 317 West .Thirty-Eighth street  i he complainant!* was'Violet Con-  r lind, a ptetty girl 1 of nineteen-,! who  h.cs at l.i'h-Ast Hundred (and Thutv-  /iisl * slicet,    and   (Master told  tha  to further improve    bis condition    by  surgical   tron! niont.  BOOTBLACK  ARRESTED  tinuous enough.  The steamer Monarch; from Fairbanks .brings-.''reports that .. the  drought; ait. that camp is greatly cut-:  tailing the washing of gold, and may  seriously affect the output of  summer.  would  take    no action against him.  Jones was released from custodv.  .Scuttle.  .Iii'ie 2.s\   ���������  Robert  Edmunds, a negro .bootblack,  t}vc<\   two  In-iiveparation for his conlest., wi'U   ^^  rp<Jm a   rPVolvcr  a1; w.   E. iJoni}  Kelley on_. Saturday -night. Williams a mf,ra porL(;r) &t ,hc rorIle|. ()t  last evening boxed eight rounds ( Kirsti avenUC aml rniwi strcet vest.er_  with : his sparring partner, Ritchie :/()av at. .nonn. Neilhrr of the bullets  who H! also in good fettle for his ^^ rire.lt,'and Edmunds was at once  The evidence taiken at the    iniquest   bout with Frank Hughes. J arrested.     The  shooting  was   a  was- to the effect that the    fight'" in      Tonight  the men will box another] suit of  an old  quarrel between  wild- of being the wickedest town in  the reunify, hut recently has 'i-y^n  to be rouipai'ativ{*ly decent, i.win.m  Margcly -to its Alayor; i,iit Mayor  Wright-, of Tacoma, thai has hitherto been considered far Seattle's -. i.-  porior in moral cleanliness and decency, has declared for a wide-open  city .in every respect, . Vetoi-ny the  council's ord.'nance.s lo close the combination dance and drink establish--  meiif.-s, and the gambling resorts, and  to raise saloon licenses to .fl.Oflt) a  year, v.-1.11 this be has taken a. stride  backward and toward darkness and  stench, and Tacoma will snfi .- severely in co.'useqiienee, unless iiiio .���������mv  cil override his veloes and .devise  means for enforcing -the laws. The  k  limit the unlucky miinbci was les-  ponsiblc lor Jus losing his moiiicy and  Ins an est.  Aliss foniJiud says sJie met Master  Ii.- chance m Cential Park thiee  months ago, and an intimate fiiend-  ���������lnp was tlie result. Alttliougili thei  net neatlv eveiy daj Uicieafter ilias  11:r Wrote her many letters, in whicli  lu> called hen: his "-dearest sweet-  he 111 A week ago, ������>hc declared,  .Waster said lo her, "Tomorrow,  sweetheart, 1 am -going to the races,  and 1 want you to wish me gcod  lock," In reply she took off her  il.'HJ diamond ring ami wished it on  Alastcr's linger. That was the last  lime, she said, she saw either Master or the ring, until he was in  court- Today.  "This girl is a hoodoo," said Master. She lives in a house No. 13.  I wont to the races and lost everything I ltod. and had to pawn the  ring for $S to'nv>et'my immediate  want!;. There's tlu> pawn ticket. She.  ct.ii have it, and I will have a friend  redeem  the. ri-ng."  After Master handed the pawn ticket to Ihe girl, Magistrate. Stoinert  rlcjioiiiKC'd him as a low and mean  thief, and held him for examination,  tomorrow, when, if the ring has  I been rettinc-d, be will be allowed to  &(>���������'  TKRllA   NOVA   RATSED.  endency in  all   well-regulated   cilies,'    \*ow  Westminster,   June 38. ��������� The  Jr. toward higher licenses, for saloons, \ British Columbia P.ack'ers' steam tii-;  re-! and the suppressi n so far as practi-jTV-rra  Nova, which sank a few   days  tlie !catble of gambling and   other   odious j ego in one of the inside passages be  'which    Oullon     met    his death was ��������� ci8ht rounds,   andithat will be their two  men.       Edmonds  was    formerly  the started by Jack and William Bet.ner, last   appearance    before  the     public sentenced to the Oregon penitentiary  1 two timber cruisers, with whom Cul- until they step   into the ring at the. from  Paadleton  for assault on a nc-  f   Governor    afclnnes'-,   campaign     to   leu  liad ibeen drinking.     It was pro- sound    of  the   gong     on    Saturday, gro   with, a.-deadly  weapon.   He   hit-ist.       The  exchange of po-iitions   is  dense  the  city  of  lo-'ise  women  has   \en by the  testimony that Jones had ni������ht.                                                         ;a negro with, an  iron shoe rest, and ( wholly' in favc.r of  the "Queen City"  resulted in thirty being ordered from   fought the three men and merely act The referee for   both   contests is to came near    killing him.      No charge  and against - the  "City of Destiny."  the town;                                                  .'ed.in self-defence. b������ picked by the'club offlvials,           I has yet been placed against him.       J���������Portland (Or.) Journal.  vices, and in this respect the Mayor jtv.-eon Ladysmith and the Soak������ trap  of Seattle is a progressivist, while j has been successfully raised and is.  the Mayor of  Tac, ������na is a reaction-, now   iiivdergoing  repairs.     The    boat  ran o.n a roclc which punched a hole  in the hull and caused the vessel to  .'ink. The crew reached the shore ir.  .safety in one of the- boats.  e*23S3  % *QA .  THE L1DYSBIITH DAILYLEDGKR  ���������rJW. "���������  C    1   1  .aILY LEDGER  Published   every   day   except Sunday  -BY���������  ���������||[f;  DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE  AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One Year (In advance) ....  Oue Month    ....   S5.00  50 cents  THURSDAY  June 2S,  1908  rules     could   not   be    made    simpler  and  more efiective'  Whether any, and, Jl so, what  step.s should be taken to iinp'ovc th,  administration ol the mines act  and the   discipline   ;n mines'  Whether, an\ (hnnye is dbsirable  m the present svslein oi examination of manage) s' mid undor-inana-  gerfa' ccitiJu-ntcS oi i nmpetency; vhe  ther the manageis oi metalliferous,  mines should be compelled to hold  sutli leitihiatcs, and whether cei-  tilitrttes gi anted b.\ the colonial gov  ernnients shou'lcl nol lie accepted in  t]us LOimtiv-' '  Coiiespondenie   m:������\    be   addiesfnd  to the seuetao,   All     K    \\     1 Inn is,,  at   the    lliuiK'   Olbce.   Whitehall  |P   VOL'  WAM  ACllitlD  r*'m ���������-. .>������ .r -~  -3   IS C^fi  .i  r.1  iCiSS  iy tit,  :all at-  5T 5 > 10 F IKS  (03!Pi/m i ox  SAFETY OF  BRITISH COAL  MINERS  1 was cured of Ihonclntis and Asthma bv MINARD'S   LINIMENT.  'I'he   ICing,   on   the   recommendation "     ,\ii{.Sr   A    LIVINGSTONE,  uf   tho    Home   Secret.ntv,   has      been      j()(   -    r>.i<*.r.  ploused to uppomt a rojul (.unions,-1 f u IS vmn\ of a severe attack of  mou to liuiiiiiv into and icpoit on j Rheumatism by MINARD'S LINI-  cei'tdn. ��������� qucilioiih     relating-    to    tho ]\]"E.\T. .JOHN   MADER.  health  and  saiet>   ui  niineis uml   the      Ma/ione Buy.  ndniinistrution    oi     the    mines     ail,'    J   v/as  cured  of a   seveiely  spiaincd  bays  the   Clasgow  .\e\\s  0l  a    recent'leg bv MINMilVS  LT\IMHNT.  date.    The commission is constituled JOSHUA   A.  WYNAC11T.  as lollowt.. {    Hiid������ewater.  Jjord MonKiiVvell, cJiaiimaii, -Mi. Wil "~~g~'?-������y^-^"'-j,='^������"CT"������"J*"11 ' ������������������������������������������������������ 'sT  bam Abraham, ���������\L. 1' , Jihondda: Mi rsS^ZS������^S^^^^������^s������S3CS^^!SSss^p*'  licit ry    I lard in gi'     Chmyngliamo,      0 ' kj K  B,   oi   tho   Home  Oihce,  Air   I'Vcdei-ia %  ick    1^.   Davis,    ihuiiinan   ol      South |i-3  Wales  Conciliation   lioaul, Mr.   Enoc-h ' m  Edwards, AI    P , ALr     T.   Ratchlle El- ' ���������*  lis,  secretary  to. the Aiming  Association     of     Ureal  Biitam,   Air      John   &  Scott   llaldane,   F    U.   S,  Air , llob-\  "  i i  cit    Sirulhe,  I'lesulent oi the .Lanark  shire   Miners'   L'nion,  and   Sir  Henry j S  Lindsay  Wood,   'Bart. I ra  The following- aie ihe questions  leferred    to   the  commission  Whether it is desirable to make  compulsory the watering ol loads  in diy and dusty  mines'  Whoihei it is desnable to presin ibe  the forms of saietj lamp which  may bo used m mines, oi to prohibit   any of those now   in use'-'  What steps could be taken foi tho  better pi event ion of accidents, pai-  ticulariy those lioni the use and  firing of oxplosnos, irom falls oi  roof and side, Ciom nndeigi ound  hnulag-e,  and   Irom  winding'  Whether any special piovisum  should be made to faciliate the w oik  ol rescue in the even I ol accident,  and whether nnv improveinenl uui lu-  mode iv the picsenl syslcm ot investigating   incjiui ing   mifi    acudents'  Whether nn> steps should' be taken  to laj'down n standard of \entila-  tion  of mines'  What steps should be lal.cn to  guard ng-ainsl the disease known ' jvs  ankylostoma isis-'  Whethei the pie&enl s.v.stem of spec  inl rules is adequate and whether  the   method        of   establishing      such  THE VERY BEST REMEDY  FOR  BOWEL  TROUBLF  Mr.  M.  F.   Burroughs,  an old    and  well-known    resident     of     Bluillo'  Ind., says.    "I regard Cliaml|>erlain\-  Colic,   Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy as  the veiy best remedy for bo  wel trouble.     I make this statement  after having used the remedy in    ni\  family  for several years.    I am -s^.  er without it."     This remedy is   almost  sure to be needed  before    11  summer  is  overf      Why     not     bu,  it   now and   be   prepared   for    sue!  an emergeney?    For sale by     Lady  smith Pharmacy.  J. X. Smith's Rest aura-it  ALWAYS  OPEN  FIRST  AVENUE.  I ry Capital and Nugget Cigars .  & ������  *,    &        ������**"  Ltd  Uardilf.    Wales,    June -27.���������Violent t ' 7 " V      "  eaithqlakc-   shocks   weic   e.\pei iemed  jJLCclilS        f  fltj ITl /\\k  ihtoiig'houi      Sotitli    Wales   aL      D.15J _      ^< .-    -.  this   morning       Houses   toikid,     and,  many of the cheapc-i    ones   wi-ie dam-,  aged Hundieds   of  chinine\s      lell, '  pictuies   weie  shaken   irom   walls,   ot--'  cupanls  of dwellings   were   tin own   lo  the  giound  and   p< ople   lie. I   fmni   the'  bouses    shueking   in   |1aiiu;   with   \ is-  ions   of   the   San   Vi iincis -o   disaslei,  bciore   ihem      'I liout-h    thci ���������   vveie    a  inimbei   ol   iuiiiow   i-,(a|)es ;rain    mil-1  ���������tig  (hi'iinevs    and   bmisi s   1 lioi f   were  ������i, casualit H"s.  Shocks weie .iNo leli in I'.ii^tol.  Illraconibe anil elsewheie 'Dies v\eie  ,i'i omp.inied   bv   loud   i moldings  Esquinrtll Mljiana too hail way  nOWlNlONtJAY; JULY 2,1906  Excur-lcn Wu'c*  IN EFFECT BETWEEN  All Station  Tickets on sale Saturday June'39, Sunday, July 1st. and  Monday, July 2'^-Goiicl to1 return not' later than Mon.. July 2  w^ trV ��������������� ���������*  11-   QUALITY  R. P. KITH El.  O.,'  Agency  Double f Tr^aih /Service? in j effect Each; Day  G, U. Courtrjey,   ,  District Passenger Agent  .')S Cloverntiicnt St.  I I ��������� I       Ol..     -  Victoria, B.C.  J'ac.::c  l'(>a  a<rior.!-v,   ���������   -  -B I  ������������w_x irj ���������������*.*������������������* "������v  SiinliKlit Sonn is b.-ttur Hum other 'oap-;  ->b������t w lien used in ihe Sunlli.;hi v u\ ���������  Ilu> Sunlight Poap mid :olli>������ Direction:  but  Union made-Capital & Nugget Cigars  ������?.  We arc justly proud of this  Boot.' The crioatest praise has  been heaped upon it sin.ee its  introduction.  L 100. Men's 10 in.  Logging Boots  French Calf throi^hout, with  extra No. .1. heavy hemlock  soles; have outside counters,  are pegged and have standard  screw reinforcing all around  the sole.  DUNDEE*  Li ������ JJII  Scotlands Best..  1  Sole  irc m (o.  yitji'"His for .Ii. V.  s-i&i53^sr<si'ssss:<:'ssss:^^^sss^isct:  ..-  Manufactured by  J. LECKIE Os. Ltd,  VANCOUVER, B, C  QLA55 0LOBES  When you want a Glass globe  see that you get the globe  with the .rubber ring- on it,  as it is the only l<ind that  can keep the'water out ��������� the  globes without the. rubjhlcr 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  antced to be the best, and if  you want a globe with a  Rubb-er Ring, call a,t Mrs. T.  X. Jones, agent for  HBNRY CREW  ,  The only    plane you can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C. for the  French .Wreath Co., of London, Paris, Melbourne, S.A.,  Cor. Comox Rd. & Milton St.  NANAIMO  B.C.  HOW TO  BREAK   UI'  A  COL'J  t  Jt may be a suinrise to many ���������'u  learn that a seveic cold can be completely broken up in one 01 t\%o  daws' time. The first symp'j nns cf  a cold is a diy, loud cou.,h, a pio  fuse watery discharge fion l'e r H1,  and a thin, white loatiug on lie  tongue. When Chamifacrlain's Cough  remecly is taken e\ ci y houi on the  first appearance of thesj symptoms,  it counteracts the effect of the cold  and restores the system to a l.e llLliy  condition within a day 01 i\VO Koi  atle by Ladvsmilh Phnrmncy.  DAY  SCHOOL  Usual   subjects   taiifiht,   also       lan-  giiARe������'    drawing   in   pencil   and  crayons,  paint ng  m  oils  and   water col  or-i, pianoforte arid vocal lessons fciv-  ������.r>  In classes or individually  MISS  BKR.TRAM,      Ladysmith, B C  IfHiHT '"JTWiBiMBUfTi'Tmi'T'TMrrr 1���������Ti~-'  RAYMONDS  SONS     |  ���������Dealers in��������� M  f.iine,   Plaster, Pans,   PricK,  Fire  HiicK  aniP Vancouver is-"  'rl.ind cement.  1    3   I'andoiM ,St.  Victoria  B C.  For  a cool, refreshing���������  t>  A  H  ,.. ������������������>.' iiij, ,-,(r-.i_i.c������;  h J.H1HRYS  Durinp^the Summer  Months Call on   THOMAS LEWIS f  Shaving Pallors,  etc.,     High  Stieet  FOR Tin: BiOGESf i BARGAINS'IR  WalS Papers  on J, E. Smith  House- and Sip Painter   ;.,  1 lieu  he  th������  k loo Going Ml  Tiir  yon'  tiLl'ots  read    ������1������  ortti Western Line  The only line ii"gw making UNIOb  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS witfc thf  through trains from the Pacini  tloast.  THE SHORTEST LINE, TF .  HNEST TRAINS, TIIK F.OWEP'"  HATES,   THE  FASTEST TIME <  '  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CI1*  fJAOO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT^  vmd ALL POINTS EAST.  Ii'or complete infprmatipn ask y\v  '.'ictl jjpent or "J/rite,  F. W. BARKER  General   h ?���������������  "^'jO 2n< Avp.,  Se*i*l*  i    Ticket aiid-Frcrg1it/^fflce/-'7Sf  B    '   i  - Gbvcihiftttft fftxaky"*1*  ORIENTAL LIFTED ^  I    . .The, fraiii^f.  Ease,, Elegancet���������JCxcellence.,. X-j  hivery* mile-a'jpictate,-0 ah#j'  no isinoVe'.to.-spoili the 'Vlcw.^  TJhrowgh - Coinpairttnent,_1 Oii*t  servation- and  P^^^lIftani;-S^eei^**|  i    ers[ -���������'also--5Through1-'Trfiiris  Cats- to Chicago. -^-- ~ '��������� >���������*-  At antic Steamship Butincti to Europe  -. isour Speoiilty-' -   -���������  linion    Terminals ' with " *lf  Stiamer lines.1; '>��������� ' i-j--1  r<,t"  Uerth -reservations "by" wlrel-*  G reat��������� Northern SrS. -Co. -"  FOR 'IJAPAN'-AKD   CIIINAf'*  Steamships' Minnesota"and,Da-'^.  kota sail-from Seattle^ftr''Ja*,i*  pan    ahtt- China pd'rtV atvftre;  (fuenr-dates. J  ��������� ExSct;"sailing  dates can-he spcurwf'u'ponlfap;!''  plication to -any^Oreat^drfti*!  istf^  -lis  unu  NURHES   GREEN-  i  HOUSED AND SEED  em representative/' '  ,s. n: YERKES,    -  i A.O.P.A.,   Seatt  Er R. STEPHENr'  le,  Under'kNew AlanaemeiU  HOTEL WILSON  Jus- R, r/cKifiiiell, Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens'  head lunvtcrs.  Modern  and      Strictly First  Class  Fire Proof    Buildup;  THE JONES HOTEL   W111T K   IJOOK ���������  and  ���������WHITE   LAJiOK���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)   GATAURE   STREET-   ' Ladysmith.  HOTEL   DOMINION  ��������� IlaLep !>>l.ir> 'ii'd^'i.R1���������  F.c l.i ah eU-arnhont  i-'nd   i^eand  rai'wav d"!0<". B'eitrioj'a'c-J-veiy live  isnviiit--* locll parts of tin city. Bar  And fai>!p nriexcllpr1.  F. BAYNES, Piopnefor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, 0.  Best accommodation for transient  ind permanent boarders'and lodgera.'  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the har is up-to"  d><" ".ates J1.80 a day and ������p-  w>\rds.  WM.  BEVERIDGE, Prop).  TBralaas^o   ���������' '������������������ :'-: :^-' Ls-iyaialih  bri   \M  H1.A1 Lll  I-UKNISII    KOOMs  BAR SUl'l'LIliD.wmi BK-T  WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS  A. J. McMURTRH-:, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  LADYSMI1H,.-. C.  Good tables arid good  Rooms  PORTLKND HOTEL.  DAVID I-IYNDS,  Prop.    Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra  well  vStbcked  This   Hotel  has    been   completely       renovated.  Board  and lodging Sl.Oli per day.  HOTEL    PRETORIH  JOHN TKA, Proprietor.  Bar  Supplied   t-atli   the  Best    Wines, 1st. Avenue :-:. :-:  :-'  Ladysmith B.C. -  Liquors and Cigars.  Oenv Agent; ^Wfa.t.&'p.,  r&i.  \c o.-r- "J������a/^sc*>"'w=*^  Fletcher te.  Pianos "r  SB**  <^   i, KM.  ns  L4l<lyin.ith, B.C  ���������r:  .. .,   .     , HOUIES  'Miq'^vtaiutar Road."  iV^NCOUVEtt.  ;  . ,i                  ��������� -<;  T.jjeaclquart^rs for   ' PACIFIC OROWN Oarden, field ',  ���������id flower SEED5  .ibr distrtbutloo. : -  w.Large--stock' of Home  ;  ,^rown FRUIT and OR-';  NAMENTAL ' TREES  -now matured for Spring.  No expense, loss or  de-  lay' of fumigntion or in-  ",c* -- -'  spec t ion  ~\ I^et me price your list"  - before placing your   or- j.  ~aer. vJreennouse Plants, ,'  "J^oral 'Packages.- Pertili-K'  "zefs   etc.  - ~*  , ^Oiq^Weitmlnster Road.  VANCdlJVER, B. O.  yi  :S||n6;jn(l Tinsmithing  ".:������    f^,^ J-DONE AT  Reasonable Prices  -By-  J.; ANDERSON  Leave orders at I'eteraon'? Pura -  v ^ure .Store, or telephone No 5h.  THE T-������SE COPPER CO., Ltd.  . !.���������������������*..  .i5.i i ���������      -'^.v.-h  PURCHASERS ANOSMBLTBH0 OP COPPER, QOLD ANU  SILVER ORES. ;  ame  iMl&S Worka at  +  *  I  -t  * -  +  +  t  LA  \. -i3=  B.C.  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS  >.', S.W.&-  CLEflMONT LIVIN6STQN.   <  : ���������VWm$&t&&   - -- Ganeral Maoager. t  stoVESi  STOVES!  m'M* mafeiog Jl EATERS and R^NGES^f  :���������)   VMi  ;   : '-^^P^^rW^f^&t Patterris^Wtfdo  Alj kinds of Foundry arid Repair Work  Nfc|eU?iating^^  L^ciysmklrStfjy^ IfmWoflsWGoifcd  telephone 53; ;;.;   _,i;,:. ... V',; p. 6: ii6X 42.  ���������.������^������..������.^.^.>M>.^.t<,i->���������<,.-,.^j;lt^,.;>llt;;>w^;^i  >������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������..���������~*..e<.������.������������������aM������������e������c...a. .���������������������������������������>���������������������������.������������������������������������>������������������������������������>������������������������������������.  JMHRK6T  R. Williariison Prop  1st. Avenue  WM.   MUNSII0  President.   .1.  W.  (JOHURN,  Managing  Director.  Telepliane -l-d.  smith BC  fi  fi  k Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd,  'ri  WILLS   AT   KIDD10K, AND   LADYSMITH-*  MANUFACTURERS  OF   Rough and 8>ro.ssed Fiv and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS,   SHINGLES,   MOULDINGS,      ETC.,     of    the  BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS      AND  FINISHING  LUMBER IN STOCK  ���������TAINWO; AN?) MPERH������GING  Neatly and Artistically bom  t'UO.- ���������  lone  S. ftOEDDI  Orders  Promptly Execute  f-*t  LA DY^I^ft SllA NSFE R STA B LE  PIANOS,  ORGA^S^.AND^HOUSEHOLD     KORNITUR F MOV-  ED'pRp^.TLY A  JVD SAFELY., ., ;  Stabled in the rear of'r'th"e Lad fcsijaith'  hotel.     Leave ordtrs at   tlie  Ahhotsford.  ��������� -���������;  .EAv   J   WASKETT pf^OP.  *  t  ��������������������������� .���������..  +"  i  *  >.  ������  it.  "4* u^^l������u^  THE-LADYSMITH DAILYLEDGER  '���������rr.vfwfrirfrstsm'musajmwm **������fj.i  7 LODGES  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 .  LMTi.D   AM-'iKNl       ORDb'lt   Ul  '   DRUIDS  Wellington  Oiove No    1  U    A   O.  i  JUeels~.ni   the  r "   U .!���������    Hail,  ��������� ~  gysoiith,.   the   Second   and      1'oJitt  flednesdav.s  o> each  inMntli/comin-:  u.g Wednesday,  LUh .  JflOa.  Visiting Hands     are invited  ti    m  Uud-  --' By ()i ior.  iWM   RAFTER,  Reef s-vm  PATRICK   I'l'i't;    v    <  I  ILBJ^RT  i i    i ������MI   Mi ii   mi ������������������  Dr. Dier can be toi^d at pny in"  At his office on Gataere st. His ile-  tal work is k������ aran teed - to be'firs'  tIms and tates reasonable       .... *V  >\ NOTICE  From  "  lt������i������*  ilaU  the  undersigned  will  not   t-e   ifspoiisible foi   any in  debtedness      tnmtrei! except on      *  written (or net signed by J he secretan  Rowland. Mat-bin  . V.  F.   EXPLORATION &  PR VET,  OPMR-MT CO., LTD.  Nod Personal l.labll'ty.  M. B. SIMP30R  ft    -������    ,    ������������������ < - -  Solicitor,   Et>    '  Honey  fa    Loan  CUBAN CIGAR FACIQRY  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUiiAN   BLOSSn  None bu   Ouinn Lahoi    Employed  fl. J. BOOTH. Prop  Surgeon Dentist  \ 'l work  guaranteed and at reasonable rates.  RESIDENCE  AND-OFFICE  Gatacref it Lady--nil Ji  0| on at all- hours.' -,        >  i^DYSMiTH   BAKtk>     I  l HO ICE    CAKES    AND   PASTK\  ALWAYS'  1RES11   ON  HAND  \\ edding    uakc*   -lade   to-Order  MIL IIS   AMI)    CANDIES OF ALL  KINDS.    FKESil rJBREAD   EV-  :  - ERY   DAY.  I rices    are   - Vet7 Reasonable." .  All.  1'u.stiniicis arf Treated Alike..  HOP  LEE A CO.  ONTHF ~������SPLANAJ)K.  (  :EXCELLENT  Train Service  __ ,   , ���������KTVUCCH  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  NONTREAU QUEBEC, ��������� /  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  '~'And the Principal BuilneM Crater* of ;  Ontario. Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND   '���������"������  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIABARA FAILS;  for Time Tables, etc., adteeM.  ceo. w; v*uxi   ' '  _ j\s������l8lant Qen'l rwmenger and Ticket Agent  PX i,;      tag ������da������������������t.. cmcoao. m.  Paisley Dye Wirks -  Fancy'Dyeing'and Cleaning. Charges reasonable, etc.    Work Guaranteed  Commercial St. ��������� Nanaimo, B-C,  ,       .. -i   i '   !   ���������. ������i -.1 !.        Ii    i   I    ���������   . I i  J. PIERCY & eo.  manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ' ETC,  WHOLESALE 0R)T GOODS   ;  VICTORIA, B. C  GENERAL  Miners' Drilling Machines.  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED  AT  SHORT  NOTICE.     DRILLfe  SHARPENED BY US     ALWAYS    GIVE SATISFACTION.  x    '     -���������PICKS HANDLED A ND REPAIRED    .,  ���������S li I P S M I T H I N (V    IN      A L L   I T. S   B R A N C HKS  Horseshoers and Genera1 Blacksmitns.  R   WRIGHT.  Buller Street -    -     -  Ladyamlth, B t  SMITH AiVO  >LOAN IN  DEBATE  It do* noli requiro, an  expert to dean out? the flues  *-*K-   JSi^&  of the "Sunshine" inrniee���������     ��������� *^^V&^fc,  ~"  the only tool needed is a brash     ' ^%'s'?,Q*'f?ftTMS  which is  supplied' withV every .'y/f/l  b?mm: ������������������' -.        '���������w/mtt  Clean-out doors we plaoed in the ' '/-//// / /1  easing, and the' brush can easily be inserted.,  This heater just bristles with exclusive features such as  automatic gas dampers, large double food-doors,. steel dome,  double shakers and steel radiator.  If you want the. beat furnace made get the " Sunshine."  '-   . Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.     Booklet  free.  McCIaiyS  London. Toronto. Montbeaii.  WiNMPEa.   Vancouver.  ���������    ST. JOHN.    HAMU7TON.  '\\v   ioI'o'.i 111 vi   (U-lj.iU-  on  I he-    Sun  Oh'-i'i'wuui'   lsui,   loutaiuiuu     a  Isjiicih    nl  All       Wal|il>   Smith   is    tOir  linikd    Horn jcMwiia,1 'h  issue  i ll\LiJ'll SMi'til A-. Via- inuir-  Ijci -. oi t'iu- committee are giving  ihi'i- view's a1- to Din- liiti-i ])tu\at ion  ol siilj', >ct u,-j] (<;), J (li-siii- as a  iiimu1>i-i ol iliaL conunitiei- to s*y  \Uut in \il-ws was. It, scouis to mo  I In-* L l!,u ii)i-.iniiig is \ui\ jilain i-ln  ' i lie Iiki' or the siibsi-i 1 ion Tin- ik-s-  iiiiitioii ol ,i 11 t-iyhr li,nii is (IclL-iiii  Jin.I    li\   l Iu-   hciylil    n   i iii-ni's,      mid  I   lilt'    I I'M I Id loll     I    UIHUTSl Allll        Sllll|l|j  .'iie;in.s.;Uiat a lreigln   train 'Ciinnot  -|ju  ii!u<li'   up  on    .i   Suiid'.ij.      Hut     H  Height    tiiun    li-a\i-s    \ aiiLomer  .Montiva.1,  t In-  li (-jglit   tan 1������-  tlnough   to  .Mouiii'al    without  -ertion is Hie section which tliu hon  nifinbr-i , for C'oiuw.ill 1 ool- \er.\ serious olileetioii to. Ho has i-x.pies ,uti  liiiiisc-lf <js wry Hfiinili in favour  ,   'his fljis of lahoi.    but     J    w.iiit  Oi  t ici iii"'-* ''lniJ l',al uiu-������ thi- sL-i-lioii  11-S.iidms i .���������"*���������"<>"���������������>"' 11������1J^' cessat-  io.i  from   uork  c.*,iiu>  "i������-    n-   V^<1S   >,lu  ii.i-uiliL-i    oi    I no   com  ���������uiiteu   wiio   iron-  ln;  I.  The Ladysmith Hardwcire Co., Sole Agent  s  ������  o  If,  MM Ml CHOI  . JBLY 2  fflCh am pni jp n sli ip   Baseball    Match iP  Si    " NANAIMO'RELIANCE VS.  LADYSMITII. W  Championship    Football   Match ^  U    i  VANCOtVER  VS.   LADVSMITTI  Children's    Sports  2$  4  i  ICE!     ICE!  WiLl be Deliveted on  Mondays,  Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  r  Orders must be in by eleven o'clock on day of Delivery, *  Union  Brewing Co  Limited  \ NANAIM03 B. C.  :G r a n d    Regatt a-^:  {W   bidian Canoft Ra,ces,  Log  R Hinfe- Conresls,  Sculliiif  ftralt-Iips, eti;    %  t\3 Championship V. 1. Swimming, Match��������� Amateur rt]  I������ B i g    Tug-o f-war====^== ^  V������ -    LOGGING   CAMPS   VS,  LADVSMrTn.  ONE SIS DAY OF SPORT  Excursion Rates From All Points  NOTU'lO  TO  CONTRACTORS.  Ladv-'Siiiitli Wharf.  S13AL.RO TENORRS, |irO|>ci:ly endorsed "Tender for l.adysiuith Wharf  amd Approach," will lie received ;>y ]  the iinnlersip,ned up to noon, of the  30th inst, for the erection and completion-of a whavf and approach.at  Oyster Harbour,  Ladysmith,  B-.C.  Drawings, specifications and conditions of tendering and -contract may  be seen.,-at the office of Ihe l.'uiblic  .Works En'gineer, Victoria, B.C., al.  the .office of the Government Agont,  Nanaimo, B.C., and at Ladysmith,  B.C., on and after June the 18th.  Each proposal must be'-accompahi-  eil by  an    accepted    bank .cheque   or  certificate   of deposit on a'cbartere'd  ;bank of  Canada, made payafc^ loiTCf'   Leave orders at' thp Abiiotstorrf  undersigned, in  tlie sum of two iiiuri^' '   ���������    "  dred ($200) dollars, which shall "h'c  forfeited if:the party tendering decline to enter' into contract when  called upon to  do so.  The.cheques ^.ol- unsuccessful .tender-:  ers  will  be returned to them     upon  the execution of tlie contract.  The successful tenderer will be required to furnish bonds himself and  two sureties, satisfactory to the;  Chief Commissioner, in tlie sum of  eight hundred  ($800)  dollars each.  Upon the execution of the bond the  chefque above mentioned will be re-  l.iirned to the contractor,       :-  Tenders will not be considered mi- |  less made out on the fof'ms supplied  and ..-signed with the actual signature of. the tenderer.  F.- C.  GAMBUE^  -Public Works-Engineer.  Lands and Works Departinent;  Victoria, B.C.,  15tli  June,  1906.  ?j)    RUSSELL- SIMPSON,  k^ Chairman  ^ II. MACKLIN,  Ajift Treasurer.  DAVID J.OH  1/PMONE 66  ���������   w. srLER:  ,   PELIVjERY  :      WORK PROMPTLY. 0'     ���������  Keep  Minard's    Liniment    iir   the  house. ���������  J AS.  ADAM  Sen et.iw  JklCIS  FOR HIRE  WOOD AN'D UAKK   FOR S    ALE    AND     DELI VKKKD.  EXPRIO    SS WORK.  i.1 \IU1M * liL. ^^.1X  LADYSAUTM  NOTICE  LADYS.tlirh   WATERWORKS  Consumers'a're requested to call'at   the otlice     on  Kohcrt^   Street   t.  iay Water     Rates, between the 10th    and the 25th nr each ii- -."i.  Office Hours I P.M. 4 33  U" BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  l'OI '  il'I'U'U  I.K'III^  stopjK-d  .it   tm.\   ]joiiu   on   ihe   rou'e.  Vhc   dost minion   ui*   l mil   11 inn   niusi  ),a MoiiLHal  ^it    {|'J{I\CI.E.    Will   Ihe    UiiusUm  oi .lust iiii^nsscni   to  what   you sn\->  Mi     ItALI'll   SMITH        I   (un    sun-  (��������� J������l.\   yiving ms   \ m\\      The    test i icliuii  miii]>1,\     is ih.it    un   Height  tr.iiii inn  he complrU.lv mudi. up on a   S.inda.i;, ^ ���������,     (]s   ,,0iU   lIsmfi  I.hi   nine if, is made  up   and   is si ui t  i<l,  iL |-an {���������<> hliaiglit through  to it������  (lest innt ion, - oi    ihe   lieig-!it   uib      be  .sent   .sli.uglu    through     having        to  stop   o\er  on   any    Sunda.\   at     any  point.  Mr    M.   S    MeCAliTllY.   -Docs   ������ot  e\eiy* Li-iiui       coining    through      the  tiuniiitain^  fiom    east   ,xn<l   uesi   1ia\e  to   cli\ ide   up   .11   (citciin   points,      loi  instance,   Lug'>i'ii        .uul   Ke\elsloke?  Viiil if ,i i i.iin in rr.es ,d  ono of.tliesv  points    on  a  Sumlnj     wheto    it  has  lo  he tlividecl,  can   the rti\ irlcd    tram  he started  on   th.it   clav?  :Wi-    Rd-PII   SMITri.     That     does  nol   make any dilferenre  in  the  moun  lain  section  -Mr    y\.  S.   McOAUTliy.    ALi-ording  it)  the Vuinstei   of .fusticc  it does.  Ah     li.  SMITH      I   am  simpb    a-iv-  ing  I ho sense- ol   the   commit I ue as t  undeistood     it.      Jt   a   lrcight    train  starts   for ALontronL    or     elsewhere,  its   cli'Stination   must   he   tleteimined  by   the  naluie   ol  the   fieig-ht  it    cai-  j'ics   and       the   particular  point      to  winch   it is   intended    to go  Mi. eON-UI-jr. L thmU so The  pin pose oi a fi eight train is to eon  ve\ neigh:, and Un- destinal ion ol  that Height nnd I hat tram imisl  1)0 ihe point to which lh.it <n eight ,is  billed ^  -Mi liALIMI SMITH I am aiiswfi  mg the Minustei of KmatKe \\hos.i\s  t.liey are likely to I.make Sunday a  da> oi repaus, and I say Unit in  oveiy opeintmg iudiislii ccitam i e-  pniis must be done on Sunday. I  refer in particular to operat ions . m  coal mines wlieu- icpaiis inusi |u;  done on a Suiidaj.  An lion MEMHEK. What kind'  Mi IIAIJ'II SJtITH All kinds ,ol  w'i c'hnniial ojieiatioiis whele the  output ol those mines is cainecl on  ccntinuoiisli during the si\ davs oi  the week. P'or -instance, in inachin-  ���������������,> that cannot b������ ������t������pped dining  the si\. da\s, icjiairs can onh !���������������  made when the (jpera-t ions are going  on. 1' .say that if those. improvements or repairs are not done when  the op-iations are cont nuicnish ian-  ied on, then thi'.v must be done on  the seventh day. ' L see clearly that  there must be some provision made  for repairs lo be made 'even! on Sun  ilny when the industries are operat ing5  continuously all the six days of  the week. I am strongly in favor of  u reasonable Sunday bill, but reasonable provision must, be provided for  seeui'jiiM- nuif-hiuery necessary to the  security of life and limb and also  a;;ainsl Hie tut eri'erenco with the absolute liberty of He- individual so  long as ilie .exercise of- kui-U . liberty he does not interfere with the  liberty, of others.  Mr. .RALPH   SMITH.     And      that  .-..(lend   that    the   most    ^"liiilinal  lion   ol       the   whole   JiiiJ -Su^  \,anls ihe House lo ccnbicU-r i.lie u'  . i-.ll)Hit.\ ol niukinj; lluil P> om'4-JoiI  I \wint. the- lion g-eiitleman lo un<loi'  si.ind that in that commit lee i  1 ,)ok mil responsibility for m,\ allien Since in;, hon fi lend has |je-  !_ti11 the pi-isonal aspect ^>l this m.it-  1 I . I ilesiie to say, in au->wer to  i. ��������� (jnesi inn he .isk\,, lhat 1 favoied  \ i\ -si i (.ugly l he 1 wen! y -lour houi-,  ' l.iuso ior ihe |).-isi,n who had to  v.oik on Siiiidiiy , and my 'hmi h i. nil  -, .���������-.  l be  one   ������Jiii   opposed   il  di rlHNULK When we come lo  lie I w i ill \-loill bonis' chtllse I III n .  > s|,,ill ).,- able io point (.111 ll^li.i  i don .diss of ih.il i latise J 'u ill  i..'1 lake up turn- now lo disiii-,,  it.  in   < ulisPi.inin   i nj,  ne  niiiiic',   oi   hois'i1  and    lurr'ngei  f >v  the  poi-soiial    use    of  the  hirer u,  1   s  l.imily   lor am   ]iiiipo-.e  nol     |io  J d.ited   hy tins   \ct  .'.i-r. CO-V.11 KIl' I (\ould suggest i,j  : d.l the uends 'ut.in������ of hnr^c"'./  Ui I'HI-NCILE. That would pie-  olliei- animal  I t'nnl. it would be ralliar hard on  tlie \onng gontlenieii wl'.n inighf  \.nnt to take his lady lo.-e lor a  d-'i-e on Sunday, that Ji- should b-'  pi oliibiteil   from  doing  so.  -Mi SLOAX ' Defoie this suljsce-  t ii ui mines I would, like to call the  at'.-'iition ol ihe committee lo the  i-i' I   that   it   has t1    \ei-\   imn'ow      ap-  l'1  aiion        I   Ine   on   the   sea      coasi  i  u! -ie we do .not lure livery rigs. Inn  uh-ie we do hire boats, arid ] can-  no1 sec upon- what principle you alio'.. Inery stables lo hire out li\ery  n.f - while you do not allow boaL  hi   ,s,o owners    ro lure out  boats.  Mi OUTirillR That would allow  oi    the   hiring 'onI   oi   pleasure   boals  Mi    SLOAN'      Vo,   ii uonhl    not    al  lo \   ilie hiring out of pleasure bout'-  rh.'ie   are   lols   of  people    who      own  fli  ir own pmale   boats and this lee,  isl.ition    would   not   aftett   ihom    hut  lb-1-.- are  othois   who aie    not  in   a  pu  ii ion    to   own    their    ow'n      boat,  ai. 1   it   would   be  a   hardship   il   ihe\  u,.-e    not  able    i������     hire a   boat   on  otnday      I   would  like  to  have some  e.\.dnn.ition  liom  tho Minister of -lu >  Inv    in   leg.nd    lo   the  point    [  ha\e  di'seel       I   do   not   li.inlv   it   is  fair  ������o  ���������It ������-i iinnunate      between   the     livery  I. hie   kr-epei     and     the    boat   house  owner. ������������������.--.. ���������>  Nir WlI.F'lcED LVCTiTKll. Let ii  stand  "uhseetion     fn)   allowed' to  stand   o   Try a. Province 'Cigar.  DI  yuH  Light Teaming.   ;Wood and   Bark     for sale.     See J.   KURIP,  or    leave  Orders With   TIRST AVENUE  W. CARTER.  PHONE      6-0  UNKNOWN FRIENDS.  There are many   people  who    have  used  Chamberlain's ���������   Colic,    Cholera  and Diarrhoea Re-mody   with splendid  results,     Wiit Who are unknown     h<  cause they have hesitated about giving a testimonial  of theie experience  for publication.   These people,    however, are none     the  less  friends     of  the remedy.    They have done    much  to make  it     a  household   word    by  their   personal   recomnietfdatinns     lo  fricndSv.and neighbors.     Tt- is a good  medicihe  to have    in   the home   a:al  is widely known  for its cures   -f   di  arvhr,ea and a\\ forms of 'bliwel lr0ti  ble.     For sale  by  Ladysmith    Phj.i  macy.   n   I    Ask for Minard's and tako no other  fsynopsis  of  Canadian  Homestead  Regulations  Any available Dominion Landi,  within the Kail way Beit in British  Cuiiiinbia, may be homesteaded by  any person who is tlie sole head oi  a family, of any male over e glitecn  years of age, to the 'extent of one-  H-uartci.-' section of JCO acres, more  or less.  Entry- must he made personally at  the local land o.uice for the district  in   which  the land is  situate, -,  The lioincsteader is req'uirexl to licr-  fb'in the-'conditions' connected therewith under one of the following  plans: /  (1) At least six months' residence  !!|:on and cultivation of.the land in  each year for   three years.  C-i) If the father, (or mother, if the  lather is deceased), of the homestead-  ci resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered (or, ihe ,re-  nuiremcnls as to residence may be  Satisfied hy such person residing with  tlie father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land own;  ed by. him iu the vicinity of his home  stead, the .reqiijrc.iu-ents as to resilience may be satisfied by reside.oe  ui on the said land.  Six moil the' notice in writi.-.g  should be given lo the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of in-  lention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at S10  -er acre for soft coal and $20 for  .-inthrncitr-. Not more than 320  mres enn  he  no'rruired  liy  one  indivi-  uaT   of company.     Royalty  at     the  ,-ife    of   ten cents per  ton   of   2,00:1,  nunds shall    he    collected      on   the  TOSS   output.  W.  W.   CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of Interior. THELADYSMITU OAt^Y LEDGER  .'������!  Smith, Fotos,  ,'I hat's Alii  Local items  The Georgian    came up tiom Crot-  lon t'Oday ,foi coal.  The weekly half-holiday for cleiks  ol fciie local stoics is being soine-  what niaired today by the downfall  of ram.  I*-  Provincial Oihccr Cassidy arieste<l  an Indian today for being dnmlc. lie  will he tried tonight at S o'clock.  -Mr.   F.  nnrs  -  It's MONEY in YOUR POCKETS f '  Y _ V  gp ���������to buy your A.  BOOTS & SHOES AT BICKLES I   ,     *   The Best Quality, Guaranteed at the Lowest Prices J*   , v  $ Your Honey  Spreads f  Out a Long Way at *  iBICKLE'Si  't"S"S"i' ���������^#^^^^##-^#^#*$h|h������h$h������ fog"?"!*  Jiuxiug .timed liL-ie m company  wnii her hiibbcind and a hand oi noble pioneeis o\ui Jifti jeai-b u^o.  Mii. Hu^u had jusl loI eh rated hoi  (.jyhtiuih hirtliduj,, and wa.s bom  in jLarktobei i ,\, Sumi-i ���������=(. i.slm u, lCnjj-  land  BumcIl-s. .1 JihsIjhikI iho deceased  laily lea\ to Lu lnotiiu lu'i loss, two  sous, .Muii'-.is v.<l-oi������o and Enoch o������  llu? cil^ , and uio daughters, Sirs  JJun IJuilus ui -Min.iJjjio and .111*. 1'.'.  U.ilkci,   wliu   iodides  .tl   Union.  -Wis Sage hail Iji-rn j 11 loi a con-  biddable tunc, and it \Ui onli  her niayniiici-iit i onsuiut ion that enabled hei Lo -a ilh-iLiiul the jjuin i-fc������  l>i-r ior .so long, 1ml the loin scoro  j cars of an mine hie had so  Tea&uc and Miss, Teague ucauc.���������L,d th(. (IJnsmiaioii that sho  passed  through to Nanaimo at noon   ,.as  ulMblu    lo    Mltce.&fullv  combat  w^ IT"*       !?lla'  'I11616 ** ^r ^ -������������ous   heart u���������uWe thai attack  teen attending the wedding ol    thou f  sisler, Mi&s J. Teague. ' ''  ~ '     Tlie I'lim-rul  will  take  place   on  Pri  Mice   \     .11..I',' ,i ''������������������'O   ailfi noon  al    o .".0 o'clocl-  jVJlss A. McKinnon is in the    city     .,      .  and-will    spend    the school \acal'ion  with hei sistei, Airs. J as. Adam  Many men consider tlie I  Panama the ideal & only ii  Summei fiat���������We have ii  NOTICE  Notice is h-re-jy giieii that I intend lo apply to the' Board of . 14-  oonsiiip; Commissions s of the City of  Ladysmith, at it next siitins;, for a  tiansfei from myself to llanry Blair  of the license lo sell snirituVnis and  fermented liquors on lot three (3),  Block twenty-six (2C), on the premise1; known as Ihe Cecil IloAel, situated on Fiist Aienuc in tlie city ol  Ladjsmith,  B.C.,  Date;! this Ifith day of June, A.  D.   1'JOG.  ClEOKCJE  IIAN'XAV.  Bv his Attorney in.fact,  Henry  Reifel.  ^���������DM^MV.. A0������.,  ������  J������  them���������.We have also ev-1  eiy other good \m that |  you can think of, includ- I  ing the English Sai'or 1  Sennit Straw, Porto Rica ������  Etc., in a!) 11)9 Hew 1  Styles  ,  Ask tor Capital and Nugget Cigars  ll'OIIl  ; Hurt Soli? Works  (st. Avenue,' tadjsmMli, 8. C  W. l. IhbX. Prop.  MANUFACTURER OF'-  Carbona'cd Beverages.  (singer   Beer  Fruit Syrups  p. o. lW 248.  We have a lovely assortment of  Tea sets in Different designs and  -       Colors  _____ -;    ��������� 1  The Set^ Comprise 40 Pieces  ,.*^������.^.^..������..������.^^c>^.  5-saafia������aE������������  CITY BAND CONCEHT.  The band will give their ele\entn  open-air concert tonight 0������ the Tvlar-  I*t Square, starting- at 7 o'clock  sharp, weather permitting. They win  not give one on Saturday, a* usual,  on account of their Moonlight Exclusion.  Says the Colonist ul tins morning  For 1foe Dominion Day Holiday 011  Monday next, the E." & N. railway  ha\e ai ranged a double tiain service between all points, the afternoon trains operating on the same  schedule as the usual Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday afternoon Uanis.  This additional service together with  tho excursion rates in ������fiect, will n0  doubt attract a large number ol people to the idifleient populai lesorts  alon^ the. line. The tcle-butum  'Ladysmit'h gives promise of I. :  an exceptionally good one this jeai  the piogramnio as a-iaii^u! unci  great credit on the einergetic  mittee in chaise  at  com-  Nonc Better-Capital & NujcaetCigais   o   NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  Last evening a telegram was ru-  ccned in the i:U lioin Sun. Swan-  son m I'le Kluin, W.i^h , bldiun; ihal  ho had anangod joi a iruitcih rL'hc  message does not sax whuthei the  match ha1- been ai-i-angv.-d hrlween  hinibeli and Pole Morrison, oi on-  between Sanrl.\   and  Uiucc A.-liin(l,i.  In the di'a'.li -of Mrs. .Jessie Sa������-o.  which oceurrotl yes't<'i-da.\-, Xanaimo  loses one of   its oldest    pioneers, shu  HACK Ai\D GOTCIJ  OUT  FOR  ULOOD  A more rcmarkUile match never  tooK place in the histoiy of spoil,  than that which liacUenschiiudt, the  unUiined llussian 'reai, has ai ranged  with Kiaii'K Cioteli, the Aniencan  eh.'i'iiipion catc-h-as-cateh-can wicsllcr.  Iiacherifachniidt has started to America with the out and out intention of  pounding Ootch into insensibility in  a pii'/e ring and then tiouncm,' him  lo   a (inisli on the padded mat.  Both nicn chiirn to li������t\c bome-  tliiii'; in the boxing line as well- as  wiestling and hoili ha\c ae/jtilrcd  con^ideralble notoiiety by sundry  rhaHi'iiijes Ihionn at dun Jeflnes.  Hack thinks he's Let lei than Go ten  at both styles ol light, and Gotch  is willing to hac'Ons end with the  coin      There they aie.  The mauling fighf to a finish will  Lo fought at Cnison City, Ncv , or  al J,o& Angeles, anil the wnesllmg  niatcii will occui al Madison Square  < idi clc.i or Mechanics' pa\ilion Dates  ii\e not been settled \ ct  WL-IIAIS  OI''  IBSEN.  City  Band   Aloonlight Fxcursion  Aiound ihe Islands.  Pc-i   S S.  JOAN.  Saturday, June ioth  Plenty of music,  dancing,  etc   Tlie  deal leaves at  S  sharp,    Don't miss  this.  Adults 50c,  Children  (under  J 2)  2oc.  LAUNCH!MCI   PARTIES.  l������������������t8������(MIMIII������l������������l������  -I'Oli  Tennis Goods  Sticks  i -ICrO.'Si  -AMI   B '.������ Ball   Outfits  o  e  ���������  ���������  0  0  c  0  6>000e0000000000000������������������0  -WRITE-  J. RARNSLEY & CO.  VICTORIA, B. C.  '0  SlM(N|LlilSER&CO Ltd  -p  ^ .Beikg in  the ���������~  g BUTCHER   BUSINESS  1^   to STAY.    We a^e ALWAYS in shape zto please our   Customers,,. Z  ^-   and have on hand/thehest   stock of-���������^ 1��������� ,=  % MEATS, SAUSAGES, HAMS, BACO^S, ETC. \  Obtainable, and)sold at. ihe  LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES,  in and see us.  1.11  Parties wishing to engage a lust-  flluss launch foi jucnir- i>v ca'cuimoii  p.ii ties at rcMsonmble iafeiJ should  anply to H. BL MR, Cecil Hotel,  Citv Lniineh may bo encased foi Hie  evening at Any time st  .���������.-ft^apgrtMawp'.aMi  PIGNIGERS ATTENTION  LiKc many another man great in  his writings, I-Icni iL Ibsen was not  without his foibles. Scorning company as he professed to do, and dc-  clarniic always f I solitude, he ever-  theJoss delighted to Le dined, and to  mMl^ him to a 'hanjpict in his own  especial honor was to guy Ihe Boreal  man unalloj-ed pleasure.  In liis latter du\i, too, he developed a passion foi decorations, of  which he rctei'.ed a huge niuiiner  Irom his own and foreign monarchs,  and on public rjccasions he would  wear all his insignia as piobably the  most decorated  aiilhoi   m   the world.  It -ivas oir pilb-lii; occasioui* t-liat Il>-  sen would carry a small mirror and  comb in the crown of his hab, and  "coram populp" would pr-oceod to arrange his bushy hair  and whiskers.  PHOTOS���������One Dollar  buys s>.\ Cabinet  Photos.     Silndav  is  the     List  d iv.     Photogiaphs will  nol   Lo o'fei-  ed ai;ain at this price      ('nine lida\  Scliencli,   the   I'liotogMphei  Try a Province Ci<iai  SmoKe Big I!. Cigais  "*" Ml ~���������^-- ��������� rnimi ���������"������������������- ���������      ^iii im 11  I  have just received a shipment of  Hills'   Hisch Grade  INGUSH 30B\CG0\S  and  CH't PJ"I ice  U'lrti !i!o     -  W'c have made arrangpinents  to have a launch leave the  wharf every hour duriing Thurs  day -afternoons and on Sundays after '10 o'clock' in the  foienoon fjir the Green, and  shell hcach, where we ha^',e es-  tahlished refreshiment' booths.  Campeis wishing plots for  tenting slwnild apply early, as  the camping season is nearly  heie  HUS    McKINt\ELLEY   k''  B A,   HOWE  fe }; MEAT   MARKET  ^Mi^AUUiMiiUiUiUiU IU iUiiliUiiiiUiiiiUiUiiiiUik^   HUGH THORNLEY  ���������-u������!+>ai* Mri'kHi-ratM.-^iakibiiri-tf  e"-j :  S.   W.    P.     $2 Gallon  ELEPHANT $i 75 Gallon  ���������---  k  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIH1TED  at Oil   DR UG  FLAGS  FLAGS   fe  ft   FLAGS   ft  FOR SALE AT  Ritirs book .jmr  ol ORe.  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  ' FIRST A VENUE.  Suits    Made to Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction* Call and see Stock  raa  li  3  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house     Ask for Minard's and  tal������o no other  ^Mr if it r.<f iff .<T������f i r ������7< t^������f it������������w^wy kmmw,  Libbey's  Veal,   Mam  and  l-'eef loaf,  per tin  Old Church Pork ami Beans,   3 tins  for     Barataria Shrimp,  per tin,   Van  Camji'x  Concentrated Soups,  per tin ....  Rex Lunch Sausage, 2  tins   for   We can suit you in all kinds of Delicacies  GIVE    US   A   CALL  BLAIR &  AD/1/V1  Saturday, June liV and  2,000   DOLLARS  Excursion  Rates  If.  onday, July'. 2nd,  IN    PURSES  Don't Miss'.Them 'That:* All  FOUNTAIN   PENS  We have Just received ��������� shipment of the Famous  LAURENCE     FOUNTAIN      PENS  Each one carries a special guarantee.    Prices from $1.00 up.-  ^-^--CALL  and   SEEtiTHEM-���������-  ft FPRCIMHER  Wiatchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE  LADYSfllTH  .������aaBm:ma*smi?*  Sef.relarv-Ti-e.isnn-.r.  I have For to-morrow a choice supply of���������=   loc, Per Pound  E.  G..PANN ELL.  CATACRE ST.        LADYSMITH  Handsome Designs, Fine Colorings,  Prices Lowest  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������oeoe������o O0o������������6e������e0������oe>e9s0oe* ���������'���������  For the Month of J line, and  until further notice, We Jwill  trim all Wall Paper sold by  us Free of Charge.       : .  H.  KAYS  WALL PAPER DEPOT  * Granite and Marble Works  Granite and    Marble Momi-  inenta, Tablets, etc., at the.  ���������'. lowest      prices   . consistent.  with  first elass  stock   and  . woFkmanship.       Write   for  catalogue.  A.  STEWART,  148 Yates St. Victoria B.C    ���������  ��������� . ,   '- ���������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Smoke a Big -B Cigar.  -���������  IMPQBTED^HACKWEY STALLION -  .:;'<4Enoi;rance" '���������".  (8132 HZ S. B.)  At  Johnson's    Livery  Stab,e   every  Tuesday at noon, and  will reittain  . until Wednesday noon, each week.  TfiRMS���������$15 TO INSURE


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