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Array warn.  TH Ladysmith Dail  VOL.,a  MONDAY, SEPT. 10,  1906.  DGER  PRICH FIVp; CENTS  SAME OLD  BRY&M SAYS  JEIWIEU  Now York, Sept. 8,���������"The same old  tor, temporarily insane   was brought' Bryan!"    Tins  expression! has passed  IIST WER  AHO HUNTER  WENT INSANE  -���������>+���������*-  .Vancouver,     Sept. , 8.���������James Proo  down from Whitchorso this morning on the Princess Beatrice, in  charge   of  two   Mounted  Tolice    od't-  . cers,   and  was   taken   over    to     New  ���������Westminster* Insane Asylum.  {Proctor   is   well known all o'ver th  " northern,countries as a trapper,-hunt  er and explorer. During one of his  trips in the wilds of Pelly mountains, he  stayed    away   a  little   lon-  , -ger thanusual, and his friends, .grovrrj  ing' anxious - about his absence, rer  ported * him missing to the .Mounted  Police. ������lie was discovcretl about  twelve miles' from'Conrad c ty. ixo  {had had nothing- to eat for nine  days- and.wa-s-so exhausted that he  could mot move. He was li ightful-  ly haggard and said that be had lost  his- way. 'During the cold, 'woi.  ttigfats lie bad slept iu the open,  with nothing over him save his wealing apparel. At one of 'the hotels  he was given something to eat and  a tint of natural'1 color began' to  flush . his cheeks. Escaping his  friends, "he went to another place  for a meal'and gored himself. lie  suffered much from thc effects of over' eating and lost his' reason. His  condition was reported to the resident doctor, who ordered him to fine  taken to the insans asylum for treat-.  ment.  YOUNG SLOANE1  Will DECEIVE $5  Of UN'S ESTATE  Spokane, Sept. 10.���������Five-paltry sil  -vcr dollars are due Sydney Sloane,  the'boy murderer, as the result *of  his father's death. It was said at  the tune of the terrible deed that  one oi the -motives of the crime was  the hope of securing a large amount  of money from his father.     In   this,  hundreds if not thousands of time*,  from Democrat i,o Jjemocrat in New-  York since Bryan's .Madison Square  address, "Conservative" Democracy  which in    the last ( few months    has  been -acclaiming the leadership in (*ie muiderer was not successful  1908of the man it would not follow Now conies the filing of James F.  in 1H9G or l.)0U, is^ considering Uie Sloane's will iu the superior court,  advisability of taking back'its indor- To Sydney is bequeathed five [dollars  seme-nt. Harmony has received an The murdered man, when he signed  awful jolt, and the prospect of the his will, could certainly not have ,x-  old  fight   between  radicals  and  non- peeled such a' state of  affairs to hap-  CLOSES DEAL  [OR COKING  COAL LAND  -+++>���������  WILLCOMPLETE  SPORTSJ3ROUNDS  At a public meeting held yesterday  called for the purpose of discussing  ways and means for the continuance of thc work on the new sports  'grounds,  Mr. W.   A.  Cornwall   occu-  radicals for,control of the next Democratic national convent ion looms  high above the horizon.  With the liuz/.as of the,homecoming-  welcome stiJJ  ringing in his ears, "Mr.  eft New'York,'not yet by  pen  as has  shocked" thc  cnluc ecri  munity as the Sloane murder did  '"���������"Fiist, I'. desiie that my (\ecutrix  named    shall pay" all legili  la's*  LADY SYBIL GREY  AN EXPERT ANGLER  '-Says the Nelson News: Lady Sy  bil Grey, eldest daugh-lcr of ��������� Emi  Grey, governor* general of Canada,  is no mean angler, as she clearly  demonstrated yesterday 1o a party  ' of local and visiting enthusiasts.  Lord Howick, Lady Sybil, Capt  Trotter, accompanied by Rev. P. II.  Grahaim.-Judge Forin and Mr. Rto>T������-  inson, spent the day at Slocan dun  ction fishing. The visitors had splen  did luck, landing over twenty rainbow trout. Lady Sybil Grey cai-  ried off the blue ribbon by captur  ing one two pound trout, and one  over two pounds. The superintendent's car was placed at tiie disposal of thc party, and all concerned,  thoroughly enjoyed the day's outing  and sport.  FIND NEW FOSSILS  '   IN  YUKON  VALLEY  Additional evidence to support the  theory that the continent of America was once joined to Europe at Siberia is furnished ihy the discoveries  - of E. M. Kindle and J. II. Harnett,  who comprised a United States geo-  logical survey party to visit the Yukon valley and adjacent territory  during the summer. Messrs Kindle  and Barnett arrived in Seattle Friday night and left for Washington,  D.G\, to make their report. to the  government. . ," - '���������  '���������'Our.discovery iii Alaska of several species of fossil inveiit-hu'ates  which do not exist,in any other part  of the continent of America, but  ���������which do exist in Siberia, lends ���������'to  the belief that the two continents  were once joined," said Mr. B,iruetl.<  "I am not at liberty to announce  just what animal fossils we discover  ed, tout thc find is an interesting  one, as it was not known before  that these forms existed at all. on  the American continent.  "We started for Alaska on Juuc.fi,  of this year. Our trip Was for the  purpose of obtaining .data on the  formation of the country, and this  was accomplished by the moans or  collecting fossils from the river |Ulanlc.  We went 208 miles up t}ie Porcupine  River from Fort Yukon to the boundary, from tha boundary above Eagle to Circle City, and from'Rampart to Tanana.  "On our trip we found fossilized  oysters and clams, which closely resemble the prcseii'tHday fresh-water  mussels and other like forms of the  invertebrates. We gathered the fossils from the bedrock along the river banks."  Bryan has  any means the complete coiuiuerer of  "tbu enemy's country." His Madison SiU'iire Garden speech has transformed ,the whole> political atmosphere, and, while i be 11 curst element  is wildly elated over .his new pla.1-  'foi-ni, tbe Ni*braskan's*."sani. and con.  sorvativo" followers a.ro in the (lump  National and state ownership and  operation of railroads���������that's too  drastic a dose for Uie staid old timers.  'Bryan Blundered,'' is the headline  that was used by one ot the indepen  dent Democratic "newspapers of high  est standing in Creator New York,  livery Democi al ic and  paper has taken a rap at the peerless leader, with the exception of the  Hearst, papers. They as yet have  said nothing. Tho Times reads Llry-  an o.uL oL Lhe_ party. Tho "World,  naturally Democratic in lone, agrees  wilh     Mr.   IJry.in   m   ever*) thing   .he!  Seattle, Sept. 10.���������lames A Moore '  yesteiday closed a deal with John j  Uugley, ot Tacoma,  representing   the '  I'acoma and Eastern Railroad Com-!pied-the chair.     A statement of past  pany,  lot a ninety-nine year lease ol' expenditures,   was  read   by  Mr.   v 1-1.'  two sections  of cok-iug coal land   in I Thornlcy,   a  copy   of   which   appears  pieice county,     'lhe kind is situated ' hclow.  duecLly on  the  line  ol the   Tacoma |     It was pointed  out that about fivo  and II. Thornley be appointed to  canvas the town for subscribers to  the list which appears in another  column. Each signature on this list,  represents the sum oi three dollars,  payable at the rate of one dollar  per month. It was thought in this  manner, in conjunction with other  sums which the committee have in  view, sufficient money can be!raised  >a Eastern. Mi. Moore declined to days' work icmained lo bo done on to complete the work. In the mean-  give the consideration involved. jluu grounds before they are ready I tunc, .Messrs. J. Dooming and W.  "Tins land," said Alt. Moore, "is' *'<Jr seeding. The seed has arrived,' Sanderson, will lay the water pipe  estimated by ExpeLl P. C. UoLoy ol 'an(l ls lIow ^ tllc local station. A from the mam to thc ground, and  Seattle,    lo contain'moic than   uU,-' *������ttei  was    read     from Mr.  D.     R. ' Mr.  Hazel  will again resume    work  ���������jU,-  UOU,000 tons ot the iihest coking Kt)1'*'. Victoria, from whom tlic seed  coal, it is 1o���������Dc used in 'oui .Jvu'c- p was purchased, in/ which that gentlc-  iand plant, as tiie liondale smeller' man stated Unit it would be ailvis^  will, employ the charcoal process ninl'abJ(' ���������*<> l*av������ t-hc sectl ia the ground  use slab  wood' fiom  the mills oi the 'not laler <*''a������ Sept.  15th,  in which  herein  iiiat-o, lawful .expenses of my  sickness, and all my lawful, debts  and obligations which are not barred by any statute of limitation1 and  all proper expenses of my funeral, ac  cording to the" condition of my estate," states Ac will.  "Second: I give and bequeath to  my son Sidney Huff Sloane, aged  13 years" (.Hie will was made out in  A\lay, lUO-ij "the sum ot live dollaLS  and to my son ' Lloyd Alexander  aloaue, aged 10 yeais, the sum ol  live dollars, they being iny only children, and 1 having lull laith and  conlidence that my execuUix heiciu-  .ilter named will properly care lor  said children out of any estate.',;  ' He then bequeathed the rest ol his  estate to his wife and appointed her  IndependentL  executrix.  Judge Keiirian    this    moining - ap- ,  pointed Tuesday, Septem-ber   IS,    as  Lhe day set for the  hearing ot    the  petition ot the executrix, and lor.Uih>  ing testimony touching the will.  Souud. .  "This deal is rather important, 19  view ot the lact that sonic people  nave contended that thcLe was no  good coking coal on the Northwest  coasl. The lease is lot ninety-nine  yeiiLS, winch practically amounts l.o  a  pin chase ot  the coal.   -  ^.aIio Iviikliiuu slccl plant is tu  tin il .out at tlic sLaLt auu Lous 01  ������jig non pea uaj, iwnitu win lcijliiic  1,mm tons 01 luei. i_.ater tne capacity win lie donnicd. - 1 oti can easily iiguic Liiat tne coal Wc h.i\e se-  culcu \v 111 no siiiiieieiit lo last tlic  plant not less U1.111 1UU yeais." ,  ( jui. -UooLe iCLUiibly closeu ,-t. deal  101 iOOjUuu toii.-s 01 iijog non neat ai-  imgioii, ucsiues wiiien lie lias deposits  111   view   01   tuu cascades,   "jneie  j case thc ground would be ready   for  use by next Way.     in the meantime  it  would   be necessary to put water  on. the    giounds,    and      keep themj   Aug  thoroughly  moistened  throughout the ' Aug  winter. . I Aug.  Alter much discussion on the raising of money, it was decided that  a committee consisting of Messrs.  Cornwall,   W.  E.  Alorrisog,     Michie,  with a  gang of men..  The statement lead by Mr. Thorn-  ley yesterday, is as follows:    -  STATEMENT.  Total receipts, June 1st ... $1,135.55  Expenditures ..-.        662.69  Balance iu hank, June.l. ...       472.86  9, pay-sheet .  9, incidentals,  Ui,  pay-sheet  Aug. 25, pay-sheet .  Sept. 1, pay-sheet .'  Total    ..$ 94.75  .. 3.15  .. 104.25  .. 193.75  .. 139.50  ���������535.40  HOLD IN THE  PL AC hi RIVEiX COUNTRY  .v. despatch iiom li.diij������jnton, Alta.,  says: '1 lie lUucdouiiell Dofiiunion gov^  eminent s.uivey paity, which airived  111 the city today, brings a story 01  gold disco-eiL-d m  tne i-*eace    Itivei  count ly   wliicli,   11   they  01 1  answer to  lite sin lace indications, will put thc  ivaiiii   Lo    shame and  make   tne cclc-  CJRAY GHOSTS OF THE PAST.  says up lo government owners hip, J Spokane, Sept. IU.���������The defence ol  but declares that the proclamation Sydney Sloane is. to be lelt. entirely  on that issue undoes all tlic rest. Tha l'' tta** liuiuts ol Attorney F. C. Ko-  lirooklyiii   l-.ujj-jlo     (liido|>ondent^D<.-m- bcitsou.       Theie    arc no associates,  ocrnUc), riMterating iti-. pre\ious dec-  'laration thai only two men can defeat .Mr. Hrjan in 190S���������lloosevelt  and l.i-yau him*-velf���������sa^.s Ht.i't "L'.ry-  uil has performed the jol)' that lii<<  defeat is accomplished iu advance of  his  nomination"  "C'ovci'nmciil. mjinagemenl��������� never!  sa.\s  tlio   I lei a Id.   o ���������  TENNTS  GAMUS  FOR TTI1-: WEEK  The following is thc schedule -of  games arranged hy the local tennis  club for tlic handicap tournament  which is lo lake place on thc club's  courts bore  this  week:  JMixed  Doubles.  Mr. and Mis. Cornwall vs. E. Conway and  Aliss Wcinrobe.  II. Waid and Miss Cobuin, vs. IL'  Hewlett and Miss Hunter.  Dr.-McWwan and. Miss iRamsay vs.  A. M-arkhani and Mrs. Ward.  G. Pickard, and Miss Morrison vs.  Rev. Bowen and Miss ITawcs.  Mr. G. fvitto and Miss IButler, ib;ye..  Ladies' Doubles.  Miss Ifaw-es and Miss Morrison vs.  Mrs. Ward and Miss Hunter.  Miss Butler and Miss WeiuiTnie   vs.  Mrs. Cornwall and I\liss Ramsay.  Ladies'  Singles.! ���������  Mrs.  Ward, vs. Miss Morrison.  Mrs.  Cornwall  vs.   Miss llawcs.  Miss  Butler vs. Miss  Ramsay.  Miss Cif'lniirn vs. Miss Hunter.'-  Men's Douhh.'s.  Ward and. Kitto, vs. Ma.1kha.1n and  Ilavoificld.  PirJkanl anil Cornwall '���������vs. McEwan  and  Bray.  Hewlett and Collii'tsoii vs. McMair-  tin and Conway.  Rev.' Bo wen and Dr.  Frost, bye.  Men's. Singles.  Rev.   Bo wen vs.  E. Conway.  l-Iaverlield,  vs.  Collinson.  Frost vs.  Hewlett.  MclOwaii vs. Cornwall.  McMartin vs.  Kilto.  Ward vs. Bray.  Pick-ard vs. Mark-ham.  Tho games will be played throughout the week, and it is the wish ot  the officers of the club that those  taking pari, in the toiirua-nicnt arrange a time for playing with their  oppoiienls, thus giving an opportunity for thc drawing up of a proper  schedule.  and it is not expected there will jhe.  it is thought by lhe iiicnds <-il the  boy that Air. Robertson will be able  to handle  the case   alone. /  When .seen today by a lepoiler,  aMi. Robeitson stated that he was  the counsel lor the delence, but ie-  luscd to dibcuss the case.  "To a certain extent the fate ot  the boy may be determined by my  actions and I cannot talk," he-stated.. "However thoroughly 1 may  know the points, something 1 would  say might be misconstrued, and 1  don't want that to happed."  While Sloane's counsel iwill not- talk  about the case,, thc friends ot the'boy  aLe woLking haul" 111 ib-ehalf of Sydney Sloane. There is no longCL any  doubt but lhat the deteusc outlined  the day alter thc body of J. F.  Sloane was picked up by the police,  that of mental irresponsibility, will  be followed to the end.  Sydney Sloane may be proved the  Ibesn's ghost in the Sloane household. The old story of the sins of  ���������the rather being visited upon the son  will be told,-by the jury. A tendency in the unind of the boy which  made -him too' weak to resist the in 1  pulse to "slay his father, after being  angered in a y-iiarrel, and thc hereditary -tendencies that made the boy  what he was will bo graphically, pic-  lured.  "It was not for- money that Sydney Sloane killed his father," stated a friend of his family's today.  That will hjK one of the plates in tho  armor to defend the hoy. It was.  not .money. There was no reason  a sane boy or man could have, it is  argued. It must have been, there,  fore, a weakened mind', an irresponsible mentality that prompted tho  deed.  This is the line along which thei  friends of the hoy arc workJn'Ji;-. They  are gathering up the threads of evidence to support this theory. There  may be nothing left undone to prove  the boy to have been irresponsible.  Upon that thc defense will base its  ease, a nil tight for the life of the  boy. '  It is aligned lhat |tbe previous confessions of the boy as to the cause  of the murder, will have no effect.  In the lirst place he made two or  three contradictory statatnents and  it will be hard to prove anything by  them.  is plenty   ol   pig   lion   ami   plenty  lllci   av.ul.uiie, ~   said   Ml.   jYIoolc;  lie  also  slaio-,     LliaL   Lhe   iiomule ! ilKC   u,lu   l'*-^erbial  iilaiit  lb  to .uu  111 Led  with   u     ictoit  * ..  .or tiie iliblniing oi by-piodueis 01  tvooa, wiiien wm tend io out douu  1,110 cnoLiiuous cost ol the nicl necessity 111 Ltie 1 eliiieiuciiL oL lion b)  mo ciiaicoal pLoeess.  ! Dialed  iioiucsic-au  ol   Treadwel 1 I00K  Lbuty   pieces    01  sum.  'ihe Peace Itivei discoveries promise Lo limusli uiiL-oUl millions ior  peoples yet unboin, to establish a  goidi mining iiiuusiL-y uu tne prauie  siue  ,oL      nit uiouiitains    employing  COAL OPERATIONS  IN THE NORTHWEST  Nicola, 11. C, Sept. 10.��������� Drilling  operations for coal, as our readers  are aware, were carried on- around  Coutlee all the spring and summer  of this year by a company in which  eastern capital was mainly interested, and which was represented by E..'  A. Jukes, 'who superintended the  drilling operations.-  Some time ago Mr. Jukes went1  back east and \w-as enabled while  there to secure control of tho various properties and to make arrange-1  ments lor the carrying out of further extensive opeiations. Mr. Jukes  .UOTHER OF  CHESTER  THOMPSON  SINKING  Sea tile,' Sept. 111.��������� It is pLoi^iblu  Lhat Aiis. Will 11. Thompson, mother 01 thc boy now .held in tlic coun  ty jail on a chiiigie ol minder, will  ne\ei know thc story ol lhe Uouiile  111 winch hei son hub placed, hinuieli  init will pass away with thc idea  Lhat Inj is now 111 some distant land  tnior-mation icached the olncc ol Pro  sccuiing Attorney Alackintosh to the  olfect that AIls. Thompson is sinking, and 011 this account thc trial  ol Clieslw, winch was set Iol healing Sept. 17, will be postponed indefinitely if the motion to be made  to the court today is -granted. Ml.  Mackintosh stated yesterday; that he  will ask this today and it is expect,  ed  that it will be granted.  For yeais Mls. Thompson has bfcen  an invalid and at the lime the    boy  shot and killed Judge <J. Aloado Em-  oiy at    his   home in this city, she  was  in a  piccarious condition. Since  then her condition has. been such that'  it  was  not considered  safe to     tell'  her of the terrible event, and she   is !  still  in    ignorance of it.    lAOidavits-  will bo presented l<f  the court today | [^    u    aIloUier    &i_vb_ bed.    The  in support of  the motion that the at j sh.llc lg  ;1|1 int(a.niediate deposit.    It  tending  physician has   declared    that'  the woman cannot   live more than a  couple of  days and asking that    for  tiioiisauus 01 men,, and liuiiisiiing an1 re(,urnCd to the valley last week with  immense ni.nK.ei iol .Ylb,eit.i pioducc' a view/to getting drilling'ojjemtion^  iiwit at   tne doois  01   tne    lanucis,   started   up again. As' a preliminary  who   will  make   Liiuii   homes   111    the   he has securcd   options   for the val-  I'cacu di^iiict.    - uable    coal    rights on most of    the  samples ol the lock brought down ra,lci.eS around the -\iivs and will  by me parL) .ne ol 11^peculiar 11a- pt-obajbly commence ope.at'or on  tun*. '1 ncy aie a slate sliatcwuicn onc or other of these,  by its appearance is e\ uiciitlytlit' J The results of thc past year's work  suliiiiiied pioduct of nnllions of,yair*| ' u-ece entirely satisfactory and fur-  01 -deposits ol mud) 111 lhe rivei )beil thcr enhances in Mr. Jukes' mind  biougtil    down piohuhly    uoui     the' [\l(i confidence he has  in the   district  mountains ages and ages ago, -JicIolc  primitive man had made his appearance on this, spheie. Scatteied all  t-liroiig-li this rock aie minute specks  ot gold. The dullest kind ot assay  made with a moLtaL and meicury  gave values ol $7 to -J32 to the ton  but these tests aic^ceitamiy unreliable and no. mining mam. Uuuiliar  with gold values would accept them  as indicating anything lil.c thc real  value ol   thc lock.  The discovciics were made 37 miles  hclow loit lSt. John and 17 miles  fiom the Albi'ita-BiHish Columbia  line. The gold-beaung rock wheic  it was discovered is a, bod of shale,  2UU to 300 feet ol" rock projecting-  out of a bank and' overhanging- the  river. Above it is a gravel bed;  then mi or 4 (JO feet, of rock and-be-  as a coal producer. That he has  this confidence is evident from the  fact that he has letuined to the (district with a view to further opera-  lions .on a   laige scale.  Air. Jukes expressed himself as being well satisfied with the results of  the operations alieady carried on a'n4  is most optimistic with regard to  the fuluic ot the Nicola Valley.  ���������A  RECORD SPORTSMAN.  this reason the trial of the son be  stricken from the, calender and continued  indefinitely.  As an evidence.of how hard the  friends of the family are working to  keep ���������anything manifestly unfair and  prcjudical from gelling out, Clarenco  Dan-row has come out with the slate  ment Unit he did not accuse or statu  in his speech ' that Sydney Sloane  was a murderer-;��������� lie states that he  said: "A preacher has accused the  mayor of being responsible for the  act of an insane hoy who killed his  father." He claims that in a report of his talk, the word- "insane"  was left out, which made, hiim accuse the lioy of being a murderer.  Tilings of that nature are being  watched. The friends of the Sloane  family claim they do not want to  influence public opinion in favor ot  the ftwny, but; it is no more than  fair -that the public mind shall not  be inllucnced against him. They ask  that, the public shall remain in a receptive mood till the facts of tho  case are brought out  in court.  is located-in a jbig. horseshoe bond in  the hills forming an escarpment  along the river which come round in  a half circle almost a mile bock  I irom tin- stream as though the river  at sunn.' Lime had swept right round  the base of the. bills and gradually  worked to its present position, probably depositing the-makings of the  gold-hearing shale all the way  across Mi*? flat, making a territory  thousands of acres  in  extent.  The locators are at a loss to know*  how far the outcrop extends along  the river, but they had no difficulty  in finding room enough*-to locate 17  claims, one for every member of the  party and one each for several  mounted; police -who  neighborhood at  cries were made.  Mr. Macdoiiuc.ll, chief of the survey  party, secured a whole sack of samples which he broug-lit out with him  intending to get a thoroughly reliable test when ho roaches Ottawa. The  locators are not looking Tor any  chance to sell their discoveries. If  it conies tip to the promise, they do  not have to worry much more about!  the financial question, as it is only.  a   matter  of grinding out gold.  were in the  the time -the discov-  Rod and Gun and Motor Sports  tells this story which easily takes  the championship, in a comfciination  of fish a-n-d, game narrative. A man  armed with a gun, but having only  one bullet for the same, was out  hunting and, reached the edge of the  lake Avhere he encountered a "blear and  a. moose. He was only disconcerted  for a moment, and then with the  quick tuition which comes from life  in the backwoods he aimed at a  sharp point, of rock between the ani-  lrixils, split the bullet in two, ��������� killed-  the bear wKth, onc ha Id and the  moose with the other. The recoil  of the Igun knocked him into thc lake  but when, he came to -the surface he  had a mink in one ihand and .^musk,  rat i'11 the other, while his roTrijher  hoots were full of trout. It need  only be added that the hero of the  story is known to the narrator���������at  ieast he says so. It is well if a  man -must exaggerate that the exaggeration' should be such that no  possible mistake can be made, and  that not even with the variest. green  horn can it pass muster as the semblance of truth.  St. Petersburg, Sept. S.���������The court  martini which tried Scenaitle ICnop-  lianikovo, the girl who assassinated  Gen. Min, August 25th, at PeterholT.  today  sentenced her  to be  hanged.  SIh- maintained her composure and  smiled on hearing tbe sentence, lhat  is subject, to tho. confirmation of  Grand Duke Nicholatevitch. eouiman-.  der   of   the  guards corps. THE LADYSMITH   DAILY LEDGER  1%^'  THf     DAILY   LEDGER  I'i bliakai   every   day   except Senday  Ml   erery   day  _BT-  THE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One 'Year (ta aivanee) *8-00  One Month  _ ... _  M ce������ts  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  MONDAY  SEPT.  10, 1906  The Vancouver Province .of Friday,  contains the following account of  the Jolinson-Murdock match which  took place in Vancouver on Thursday night last:  "William C. Murdoch, of Vancouver  the middleweight championship wrest  ler of British Columbia, successfully  defended his claim to the title in a  stubbornly contested match with ,riau  Ralph   Johnson  of  Nanaimo   at  .Vancomor Opera House last   evening|'lu<1  greatly to the delight of his many  local " supporters., ' Murdock' occasionally    varied   the .proceedings   *by  standing .Tohnson on his head and  spinning him" around in 'an effort  to get a decisive hold, but- Johnson  nlwavs -managed to wriggle clear.  Finally, in an unguarded moment  IMurdock allowed Johnson to aret a  linir-nclsnn, which the latter converted into n' full vnclson 'and all -liut  (got his man's shouluers to the mat.  Murdoch- broke clear, but in. a few  seconds later Johnson got exactly  the same hold, and this time Murdock went d,0wn. , Time 29 min.  In the final -fall euch.   employed all  tho holds  and  locks   they knew,  and  while  the   work was    not as fast in  the two previous falls, it was intense  ly interesting to a student of wrestling.     Murdock  evidently , tried      his  with      a   succession  of      hard  Lucj holds he put on him.     A half-nelson  a far-arm,   which seemed   to (be  Ma;,   Sutliin   Won.  'Cincinnati, Ohio , Kept S��������� ��������� May  Sutton defeated her sister Florence  in two straight set's this a'l'Lcinoon  in the tri-tennis tournament on the  grounds of the Cincinnati Tennis  club.     It   was   n  championship  game  in  ladies   singles.  7-.1,   6-3.      '  Thc  '"cores  were  The  local  man     won tho  Hist     and  third falls,   in      what  was   generally  conceded to be one of the fastest and  most  spectacular   matches    seen     .in  Vancouver   since the memorable    all-  night   contest   between' Davies       and  Berg   a few years ago.  *  ��������� It  was a contest of skill,     science  and strength   against  practically   equal  strength,      speed  and  endurance.  But the science was the -deciding ele  ment,   and   as Murdock was the possessor  of that necessary quality,'   he  eventually won out. _ The  first     fall  ���������went to Murdock in ten minutes. The  second' was secured   by Johnson with  iwith    a  full  nelson    in     twenty-nine  minutes.      The  third    and      deciding  fall   was   a   long,   gruelling    contest,  and  was finally'' wota by Murdock   in  a few seconds  over  an  hour.  There was practically no difference iu the weight ol the men whoa  they went on the mat lor the lirst  fall. Murdock had Lrained down to  IGti-i, while Johnson was at his us-  -oaL weight of 1551,, so Lhat both  men were well below the recognd-ied  ' lightweight limit. For the greater  part ol the ten miuuLes in thc first  rlall, JVlurdock kept Johnson on the  defensive, and finally ���������got. hiia with  u, half-nelsou and far-arm holds, with  .-which he slowly forced his shoul  '"ders  over-  During the twenty.-minute rest  (period immediately .following the securing of the first fall by Murdock,  Stan Kecfcr of Mount Pleasant aad  !J.. Bradbury of Nanaiuio mixed on  the mat and entertained thc crowd  .while' it was waiting for the ro-  .turn of the big men. These two  ���������youngsters put up a game match,  and although neither of them secured a fall during tho short time which  rthey were on the mat, yet they showed themselves ^ well acquainted with  tine tricks of wrestling. They were  J>olh decidedly aggressive from the  start, and kept up a hot pace all  ,lhe way through. When time was  called honors were about even, and  ...the'audience gave them a good round  Of applause. The match between  these two young men was arranged  at the last moment, and as neither  was in liis best condition, a finished  match could not be expected from  .them. Bradbury went on the mat  at 117 pounds, while Keefer weighed   122.      The   wrestling   weight  Murdoch's favorite hold, finally got  Johnson in a bad posiiion and he  was forced 1o bridge. Ahirdock's over eagerness to get his shoulders  down allowed John,son a chance  to twist clear when he w,as all ,-but  gone. This happened twice. But on  tho third time 'Murdock got������him in  .exactly the same, position again, and  this time he let his weight tell and  the Nanaimo man's bridge was slowly broken and his'shoulders at last-  touched the mat.  Both were considerably, used up in  the match Johnson had one eye  nearly closed r by rubbing along tho  mat. "Murdoch's knees were badly  skinned, while patches of cuticle  were rubbed off their elbows and  other portions of their arualo-my iu  thc severe struggle.  ���������NAVAL POLTCY  ATTACK.  London, ' Sept, 8.���������. A fresh outcry  from naval experts (o tho effect  that Great Britain's supremacy on  tbe water is threatened, has 'been  raised in connection with the com.  missioning at Portsmouth of tbe  Dreadnaught,  the largest ship afloat.  The government's naval policy is  bitterly attacked and 'severe crit.  icistm heaped upon the cabinet for  the'delay in laying down more war-  sdips of  thc "Dreadnought class.   "*  Accord in j*; to tho present program  me England will have six Dreadnoughts in hand in 1908. An.organ  i/ed campaign is being prepared to  force Premier Cnmpbcll-UaiiiiM'inan  to agroi. to the programme of the ag  itatorsto build four Dreadnoughts to  every two laid down by Germany.  Much com ment is aroused by an expression in the Express which said  Hint while Brynn was in London ho  made n secret pact with the Prein ior hy which they agreed to negotiate a perpetual peace treaty between the United States and Croat  Britain in tbe event of "Brynn being  elected President.  OCaI-* ������������������-nit.'Mi.r.. '.''AY.  Ticket and  Freight  Office,  75  Government Street.  2Tanscontmeiital  Trains Daily ,  The New Train  OKIE * TA - LIMI Ta.   D  1 Tfce Trai*. o(  Ease,   Elcgauco,  Excellence.  Every' mile  a  picture,    and  no  smol'e to spoil  the    view.  Through  Compartment,    Ob-  - servation and Pullman  Sleepers;     also    Through    Tourist  Cars to Chicago.  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty '  ��������� Union     Terminals   with   all  Steamer lines.  Berth reservations  by  wired  Great Northern S.S.  Co.  FOR   JAPAN   AND  CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for Japan    and China ports at   fre-  quenr dates.      Exact    sailing  dates can bev secured upon application to any Great Northern representative.  S. G.  YERKES,  A.G.P.A.,   Seatlle, Wash  E. R. STEPHEN, ^    -  Gen.  Agent, Victoria.  B.C  L_  Guns-ami Britt.  'dan  i-nigo,      Sept:    S.���������  Manager  lioache,   oi  tin* -S.  -\.   C.   has.    o hei ell  a  purse  ol1    *?*25,OUU 'lor ' a1 'light    bc-  tween Joe  Gmii  and Jimmy Britt.   '.���������o   League   Baseball.  ..mei'ican.  Cleveland 1, St. Louis 0.  Boston 2,    Washington  .*>.  ICastern.  '-1st,  BulValO  ���������"*,  Toronto. 2. ^,       |(<t  Zml,    Buiialo   J,    Toronto  'I.  Jsr,   l.oehcster  0, Montical 2.  ,2nd,    Pochesler.' 0,   Montreal- 1.,  1st l'rovidcncer G,  Baltimore 4.  2nd, rio\idenre 0,   Balthnore  3,  Lacrosse.........  '   At Mont real~Mont real  '",   CnpHul'"  Esquimau : &: Nanaimo Railway  SCHEDULE   OF TRAIN SERVICE  Tecuiuseli   11,  Corn-  AtToronlo,  wall   1.  Al   New-   Westminster.  New ��������� West min  stt-r    11,   Vancouver  1.      '  M ll������l*ifl4������J������ ?JI^a.aTL^.. n 1vf |  iruaen liiumtrntrtu  f  I ��������� -.!������������  EXCELLENT  Train Service!  Union-made Capital & Nugget Cigars  WAS A VERY SICK; BOY.  But Cured by  Chamberlain's    Colic,  ,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.  "When my boy was two years old  he had a very severe attack of bbw-  of j el    complaint,   but- by   the  use    of  in'Chamberlain's    Colic,    Cholera    and  hi in  down   to   100 pounds. They'out all right," says Maggie Hiclcox.  how-'of Midland, Mich: This remedy'can  j be depended upon in the most severe  when cases. Even Cholera infantum is  ithey took 'themat for the second! cured by it. Follow the plain print  foil. Several"times he had Mur-'ed directions and a cure Is certain  (dock in what looked like dangerous' For sale by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  positions, but the latter's superior) Minard's  ���������strength   enabled   him to  get  clear,   wiiere;  BETWEEN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL Q0BF.0,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  And t!i(! I'rliictiml lluslnens Centers of   ���������  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.g  For Time Tallies, etc.. nd'li-e. , S  CEO. W. VAUX, a  Assistant Oon'l IMsipiirci mul TicKot A\j*eut, V  135 ADAMr, St.. CHICAGO, ILL. K  s_mm_Ktsis3smaxsBil'f  NOTICE.  From      this  date  the  undersigned  will  not  be responsible, for  any indebtedness     incurred except on      a  written order signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  Won   tho   Equinox   Cup.  IMauclmstor, Vt., Sept 8���������Tim (in-  al play today for tho chief trophy  iu the golf lournament was completed today on the lOkowana^nks  John Ward of the Foxhill-i' Club  winning the ^Equinox Cu|) by <lc-  feating Edward W. Clarke Slip and  G to 4 to play.  Passenger train, No. 2, leaves Ladysmith daily, Northbound 11:57 a.m.  On Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday*. No.. 4 leaves Northbound C-.45 p. m.  Passenger train,  No. 1,  leaves Ladysmith Southbound,  daily,  9:10 a.  ai.  Oh Wed. Sat!   and -Sunday >jfyes'*u  Southbound 4.48 p;<;m������j<^ *������������������-..*  '������������������'���������' Geo, L. Courtney, ^������. -���������J  District Passenger Agent  58 Government St.", Victoria, B.C.  I  ��������� Lot Jones, Prop.  Best Supplied Bar in Town  (Half Block from Depot.)      ,   ,  GAT ACRE. STREET-  ��������� Ladysmith.  PAIN FROM A BURN PROMPTLY  RELIEVED .BY CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM.  A little child -of Michael Strauss,  of Vernon, Conn., was, recently in  great pain from a burn on thc hand,  and ��������� as cold applications only increased'the inflammation, Mr. Straus  came to Mr. James N. Nichols, ;a  local merchant, for something to  stop the pain. Mr. Nichols says' "I  advised , him to use Chamberlain's  Pain Balm, and the first application  drew out the inflam.malion and gave  immedihle relief.. I have used this  liniment myself nnd recommend it  very often for cuts, burns, strains,  and. lame back,' and have never known  it to disappoint.". For sale - by  Ladysmith  Pharmacy. .'    -  cnmmiuii  | Pioneer. Boll, tfoiks  i 1st. Avanuei, Ladysinitli, B. C  | Uf. [". tamin,, Prop.  |     MANUKACTUEI5R OF  .  i Carbonated Beverages,  i Ginger   Beer  ���������  i Fruit Syrups  I P.   O.   Box   248  Under NewfAtanagmeiU <���������!,  HOTEL! WILSON  Jus-������:R. McKinnell, Prop,  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens' head gaa iters.  Modern and     Strictly First Glass.  Fire Proof    Building;.  Try Capital and Nugget Cigars  NURSERIES, A SEED HOUSE*  When in need of a refreshing , !  Facial Massage  Shave, Haircut,    Eeaid Trimming,  Bath,  etc.,  etc., call at  THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Parlors, etc.,    High Street  Special    appointments for   Ladies!  Massages and Shampoos.  Large Stock - of Home grown-"  Fruit and  Ornamental Trees*  now    matured for the., Fall-  Trade.     '    T "  , .        A .......        U ���������  No expense, loss or delay^.  of fumigation or Ins'pecUcsi."'.  - Headquarters    for,J'*"Paciflc"  Coast grown Garden, Field;  and Flower Sieeds in .season."-  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps  nYhale Oil Soap, Greenhouse;  Plants, Cut Flowers, Bulbs  :    For Fall Planting   '_2  We do business on' our own-''  frounds���������no rent to pay and "  arc    prepared    to meet ���������all''''  competition. ' ������!  Let me price your list be-   '"^  fore placing your order.     !n.{  Catalogiie Free.  M* ���������������������.������������������������������#> ���������..���������������������������!) ..������������������������������������������<  .������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������e--**-**<*������*  ���������   St. Isidore, P.Q. Aug. IS,  1901.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited'  (icnllemen.���������J have frequently used  MINARD'S LINIMENT and also pre*  scribe .'��������� it for : my patients ahvays  .with the most gratifying results and  j I consider it the best all-round Lini-  Best accommodation, for transient  -And permanent boarders 'and lodgers!'  ORA'ND'      HOTEL  This new Hotel has,been comfortably furnished and the bar Is up-to-  date. Rales' (l.*0 a day and mp;  w\rds. '  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  JH"������lai*.i|a cm: :m; :m: ;������: fAadrsMtth'  Fletcher Bros.  ..Reaiers in  Pianos |& Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  Plpbing and, Tinsmithing  , DONE AT,  Reasonable prices'   By   J. ANDERSON  Leave orders at .Peterson's''Pun -  ture Store, or telephoae No 6S. .  Sunlight Suop Is better than other soap*, but  s best when used in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Sup and fallow Direction*  ���������H-+**l-4"M'"M--M'*****i**fr*.frM  !     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.      !  oiMiiNi CO., LTD. ni?    The*    Ann   q  Non Persona! Liability. j  Victoria. B. C, M*v 18th. "������de.  ���������either is  several pounds  lighter,     aa.  fact  Bradbury  is    at  his  best    when Diarrhoea, Remedy we  brought  trained  gave   an excellent  exhibition,  ever,  and pleased everybody.  Johnson  was   the  aggressor  Liniment for sale   every  ������0Ot&COO<  '   '        It       '  Ask for ^^^  WATSON'S  i  DUNDEE  ISKEY-J  t  dr: jos. Aug. :sirios.  PRESS  Light Teaming.  Orders  With-  FIRST AVE'NUE  Wood an     Bark   for sale.     See J.  KEMP,  or   leave  W. CARTER.  PHONE      G-O  ^"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������.���������).,  "������|.'������"������'������������H������..0.������  First  Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD AND BARK FOR S ALE   AND    DELI VERIOI).  EXPRE SS WORK.  '������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.  f  *  f  -nirnvwrttini uuturi i*tu������i mm  DAVID JO  PHONE 66  wara���������im������iiiiiif.nfltT11B)|))i  S'  LADYSMITH  i ���������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������*��������������������������� ���������^������������������mi������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������  -^..���������w������M������ ���������������������������������������������������������������<  ������������������������������������������������������*<<*-������'���������������.���������-'>���������.'���������������>  -lhe Cream vof Scotch Whiskies  THE. HUDSON'SBAY 00,  Sole   Age rate for B. C.  5T0VES! STOVES!  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles'and Newest Patterns--We do  AI| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in ail its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 63 ,, P. 0. Box 12.  ������������������������������������M������|<.������>������|m������-4..|N|..|h  ������������������������������������������������������*-  ������������������������������������������������������������������  Z__H PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER ORES. ^  i,,     ISmelting Works at  j ^LADYSMITH,   B. C.  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, B. G.  ������������������������������������������������������__ __  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  General Manager.  TH6 CITY MHRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith BC.  LADYSMITH TRANSFER STABLE :  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND  SAFELY.  tabled In the rear of the Lad ysmilb hotel.  Abbotaford  Leave orders at   the      *���������  4-*-4-*-*>.-*-*-+4-+-4.4.^^.-*-*.4-!.-(  A.  J. AVASKETT PROP.  '���������'*''%-%.'%.-%-*av*������.-^%^*.5  WM.  MUNSIE,  President    J. W. COBURN, Mannging Director  Telephane 4-6.  Lumber Co. Ltd.  PAINTING   AND . PAPER.HANG1NG       ,  Neatly and Artistically Done-    ^ -    Orders  Promptly    Execute  S   ROEDDING     -   ������������������   LADYSMITH  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-^--^^  Shingles ex Specialty  MANUFACTURERS OF ������������������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS,  SHINGLES,  MOULDINGS,      ETC.,     of    the BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     ANB:  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  *  0-  *  at^avayByavVV^-  '������������������^������������.*>>>.������r*(!%������i������>*. >^.<������^^^r*������%%'*'%'P<������'������**������**������**������*������^������*a|^ THE LADYSMITH iDAILT   LEDGER  LODGES  LADYSivhTHVTEMPLE,' No. 5.���������  Ratbbooe Sisters, meets in the Odd  lelloft^ Hall every 2nd and 4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  *,' M. of R. & C.  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF  ,'", DRUIDS.  Wellington Grove, No. 4, U4A.0.D.  meets in' tbe I.O.O.F. Hall, Ladysmith, the Second and Fourth- Wednesdays of each month," commencing  .Wednesday, 13th, 19051 -   '"  Visiting Druida are invited to   alr  tend.    By Order  , WM.' RAFTER, Roc. Sec.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  "GALEDONIAN"  Leads Them    AH  IN QUALITY  R;P. RITHET,  &Co., Ltd  . .-",'".      ' f  ' Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA. ;���������: :���������:. ���������--    ���������: :���������B.C.  ���������"if  WB  IPSOI  Solicitor,  Eta.  money, to   Loan  ,t.   Ave'nur -   ������    -  lABYSiYWH  Dr.R.B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed and. at reasonable rates.  !'     RESIDENCE'-AND OFFICE  NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  A meeting- of the License Conunis  sioners will be held' in the council  chambers  on    Wednesday.,night   next.  Wells.  ,SpIo���������Selected,  .Mrs.   irahrer.  'Berceuse,"      Ralph  Violin      Solo  Smith, jr.  Solo���������Selected,  Jlr.  Kewlcy.  Duett���������Si'lei'iod,   jMesdame.s   Davison  and   \ ipond.  Jlnt-LI��������� "J    would   that   3h      Love,"  f  Messrs.    Wells  and   Kuwlev.  . Solo,���������Sc-'ected,  airs    L. Jones.  Solo���������Selected,   .Mnvor   I'Uinta.  A  (Jod  Save  lhe   l-Cin-.;  __ ������,���������o  Gatacre St  Open at all hours.  The Ladies'-Aid of. the Wallace St-.  ���������Methodist Church have made elaborate preparations for the gruiud con-.,  cert to 'be rendered tonight, starting- promptly at S o'clock. Some of  the best local talent has been secured, for  tho  with    artists    of  rare  ability     from  r0H-s,   Hon. William 'IVmpleinan said:  LadyFlhUh; Vancouver   will  no  doubt  make     oiW|-.,-,.������������������.   nionl]l(,   0fiO   ,ne   niillister    of  ol   tho best  entertainments  ever giv  Tmterviowcrl yesterday  regarding tbe  event,   which    together   'q.ucsl ion   of  bridging   Seymour Nar-  LADYSMITH    BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES     AND .PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON  HAND  Wedding    Cake*  '.lade   to  Order  IT'Ui'i'S   AN])    CANDIES OF ALL  KINDS.    FRESH   DREAD  EV-    >  ERY    DAY  Prices    are     Very  Reasonable.  .- All  Customers are Treated  Alike.  HOP  LEE * CO.  ON THE JSPLANADE.  railways   and   canal''   niitbori/.ed     If.  en  in Nanaimo. (<���������  Owing to illness. Airs.' Wells will ''* li1,11' ^engineer. "!l "^������������'������������ '<-���������  be unable to be present and take,,Victorians, lo prepiue a report and  her purl on the programme as pre- an eslimale of cost 00 the construction of a railway bridge between  talcem   Ul0   h(.,ul of iiui(i iuXiil on (he luilin_  and    Vancouver   Island,    cross-  vionsly uin jounced.  J lor  place,  however,   will  be  by  Air.    Kewley, also  of    Vancouver,'.      ,.  whom Mr. Wells has   induced to come  over,    and  tho presence,   of  these two  artists   of exceptional   ability should  should    be    of     itself   suJ.ieienl  to  The   adinis.  Manufacturers ofthe Famous  CUBAN   BLOSSOn  1>I one ��������� bu   Union- Labor    Employed  n J .BOOTH., Prop  DAY  SCHOOL.  Uanal**subjects taught;' also language*'>- drawing in .pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colon, pianoforte. &nd vocal lessons-given 1b classes or individually. .  MISS-BERTRAM.   '.'Ladysmith, B.C  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Uaw-Q $1.5,5 ai'd$1.50���������  Fre to'ail steamboat landhiRB and  railway depots'. Electric cara every, /i \'t  minutes to all parts of' the city. Bar  and table unexcelled, '  ' *    F. BA YNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT 'ST.,'  VANCOUVER  B, C.  RAYMOND  & SONS  ���������Dealers in���������  Lime, Plaster Paris, Brick,  . Fire Brick and Vancouver is-  1 land cement.  3..Pandora St. Victoria B.C..  life...!  J.PiEEGY&GO.  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD    BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS-  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC.   _.-.    ���������  _ ���������        r %aV>  draw  a crowded house.  bion  fee of 12 .Vcents.  The  following'     is   the  that i.s    lo be rendered.  Instrumental���������-A! iss.    Dingwall.  Qii.xiLet-le���������- "A Pointed Adair," Mes  dames   ' Davison'and  Smith,- Messrs.  Davison nnfd   C.  Jones.  Recitation���������Selected,  Miss. Margery  Rol>son.  Solo���������Selected,   Mr.   Sedg-ewiclc.   '  Instrumental���������-"Caller IJerrin,"  Mr.  Wells-  Solo���������Selected, Mis.  A.   Webb.  ' Solo���������"A      May     Morning,'.!     Mr.  iug- So.Miiour Narrows. Air. JJell has  been continuously engaged upon this  task, and before I. left Ottawa ho in  formed mo that the report would be  ready for submission to the minister of railways and canals iu a fori-  nig-lit. llo did not make a special  survey for the purpose ol" the. report,  but from data in bis possession  Under the patronage of His Honor, the Lieutenant-,  Governor of British Columbia  winwi at to 'an  fl  H [if 11  WHOLESALE 13BY GOOD  VICTORS, B. C  THSHOP  Miners' Drilling Machines  ���������MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT  SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILLS  SHARPENED  BY  US      ALWAYS   GIVE  SATISFACTION.   PICKS HANDLED A   ND REPAIRED   -SHIPSMITHINCr    IN      VLL   ITS    BRANCHES  Horseshoers and Genera1 B.acksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Buller Street  -      - . -     -  Ladysmith, B C  ICE!     ICE!    ICE!  WiLl he Delivered on Mondays,  Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders mint be In by eleven o'clock on day of Delivery,  r  *  Union Bn  Limited  NANAIMO* B. C.  Unscrupulous dealers ' have  been known to place inferior  . boots in our cartoons and represent them as "LECKIE  BOOTS." .Don't be imposed  upon.     There are   no   others  "JUST AS GOOD."        '!.���������  l *  The above trade mark is indelibly branded on the sole  of every genuine "LECKIE  BOOT." It stands for ALL  LEATHER BOOTS made to  resist the roughest western  wear.  Ask    for   and INSIST upon  Setting LECKIE BOOTS.  Manufactured by  J LECKIE   Go. Ltd  VANCOUVER B- G.  W.  SILER  1EBEKALLXPRE88 AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY Rfiv?  Leave orders at tbe Ahbotsfora.  and  that of the department, he feels1]  lliajt he caji .make a satisfactory   report.     Necessarily  the    cost   of   such'  an undertaking   would   be large, suv- J  r-n or Alight, bridges   being required at  a high elevation   for lailway  purpos-j  es.      According' to  Mr.   Hell's     view  the  main bridge would  have    to  suspension  bridge.    'When  the,  repoi  is (presented   to  (he Miuisler^of .rail-  u  Liberal Premiums & Valuable Prizes���������The -Best Stock  Market in the Province���������Live  Stock Parade  Daily���������3,  Days Horse  Racing���������$5,000 fin Purses and | Valuable  Trophy Cups���������Splendid New   Attractions 'including;  Grand Broncho Busting Competition for Cham.pionship  of British .Columbia  n be a |  report  8  GLASS      GLOBE?| P  When you want a "Glass globe  see that you got the globe  with the rubber ring on it, ~  as it is the only kind that  can keep the wa.tcr out *��������� the  globes without the rnhftyer ring  canflot keep out water, you  can see that by examining  tiem. The artificial flower  that fs put into the globes  with tbe rubber rings, Is gjiar  anteed to be the best, and if  you want a' globe with a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X.  Jones, agent for  HENRY CREWH  1       lit  Th*. oMly    place you can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C.   for    the  French    Wreath  Co., of   Lon-  do*      arls,   Melbourne,  S.A.,  Co:. Co iiox Rd. & Milton St. '  WANAIMO B.C.  CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH -REME-  DY ACTS'ON NATURE'S PLAN  The most successful mctlieincs aro  those that aid nature. Chamber  Iain's Cough Remedy acts on this  plan. Take it when you have a cold  and it will allay the cough, relievo  the lungs, aid expectoration, open  thc secretions and aid nature in restoring- the system to a healthy condition. Thousands have testified to  its superior excellence. It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. Price 25 cents.  Large size 50 cents. Forge size 50  Large size 50 cents. 'For sale by  the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  SPECIAL EXCURSION  RATES FROH ALL POINTS  For entry blanks; Prize L ists and other information,  Address,,  |  A. J; Morley, Mayor, President������������������ J. E- Smart, Secretay ^H  ways   and canolsla copy   will be for-J IV-ANIIOE WON THE  warded to the Victoria Board' of  trade at whoso request it is 'being  prepared." ������,  ELECTED PRESIDENT.  RACE ACROSS   G'ULF  IMilw-nruUeo, Sept. S.���������T. IT. Harm  ain of Maiden, Alass., was' today el  ccted   President   of the International  anhoe  Vancouver,    B.   C,   Sept.   8.��������� The  across the     Gulf  race    ' which took  place  today       for   the   .Commodore  Cup was      won    afler an interesting  struggle   by Air.  Godson's yacht, Iv-  Associalion   of tielcet agents   at    th.  closing   of the annual  convention.   o ������������������        1  IL-VBINE KLOOTC'IIMAN  GETS  FRTSKY  j\Ir. .1. Tanner, who arrived by lhe  Princess Beatrice this morning  is stopping at the Dominion, laughed  heartily when be heard about tho  tales told down liere about (lie riotous Bahino Indians, says the Vancouver  World.  lie  says  that  (be*  male  Indians  ai'.--  Tho following were tho entries for  the race:  Minerva,    Captain      Phil  Thompson;  Gazeka,   Vice   Commodore   Thynne-  Chinook,  Max McGowon;   lladee,    \V.i  A. Bauer;, four Winds, Thomas homo  .' Verona,     C.   O.       Julian;   ICillarney,  ' Commodore Alexander; Silver   Spray  1 W.   B-   Finclley;     Ivanhoe,  Mr.     God-t  son.  T-he yacJils got away sharp at Si**aW  o'clock and aided by a fair breeze*  at once struck out for (he turning:  point   near    Entrance   Light    House,,  STI.AU    IlllATGD  I-"   UK.NISIIi:u     ROOMS  BAKjsurrrjKi) with bi?-*i-  WINl.S/IJQUOKS, CIGAKs  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  . Regulations.  -Ajiy available Dominion Lands  Within"'the Railway. Belt In British  Columbia, may b������ homesteaded by  any person who is the sole head of  m family, or any male over e ghteea  yaaiiol age, to the extent of one-  (juarter section of 160   acres,    more  or taw.- ���������-..-  Eatrymust be,made personally at  the local land office for the district  in which-the land is situate,  The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there-  ���������with    under   one     of the   following  plana:  (1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for three years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homesteader resides npo������ a farm In the vicinity of the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may be  satisfied by such person residing with  the father : or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land own-  ell by Wm in the vicinity of hut home  stead, the requirements as to residence may bo satisfied by residence  upon the said land.     .   ':���������  Six monthc' notice in 'writing  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more limn 320  acres can be aO'c|.uired by onc individual or company- Royalty at the  rate ot ten cent*/* pec ton of 2,000  pounds shall be collected on the  gross output.  W.  W.   CORY,   ,  Deputy of the Minister of Interior.  ABBOTSFORD H0TE  A. J. McMURTRlE, Proprietor  Newly'fitted up arid  Furnished  LADYSMITH,    .C  Good tables-and good  , Rooms  il  This  Hotel ha*    been completely       renovated.  Board aad J.odgiig $1.00 per dty.  HOTEL    PRETORIH  JOHNTT5A, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied  with the Best   Wines, 1st .ivenue :-:  :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  not half as liotutis  school boys at a school feast. Tho  whole trouble arose out of Uie fncl  lhat two of the guardians inlor-  feied with some klootchmen who  were fishing. The male Indians were,  not bothering about this matter at  all- They are quite content to eat  in tho winter (he fish that the women gal lu-r and   cure in the fall.  The hloolchmen objected to any 'm-  lorferonco with (heir layi'n-g in a  supply of winter food, so they duck-}  ed one. of the guardians in Lhe riv-l  er and tossed tho'other,'in a blanket  That was ihe cause of all the wild  outcry for militia and gatling guns  n,nd artillery and "sich."  The murder .that occurred through  ;i bad .Indian get I. nig too much /ire  water bad nothing to do with the  present eirYse. In this fierce outbreak  and delinivo 01" authority no  was shot., except int������ the river, and  no one was hurt except in regards  his  dignity.  is'a bunch of and returned _ tonight with the Ivanhoe in the lead, and winner of  I he race.  Are Ton doing Ml  Then he sure your tickets' read Tha  tha  North Western line   .  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through traiim from the Pacifle  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LINE, TF'  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES,   THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,  CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS C1TV  and -ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete  information ask yr'T  on0 locs.1 agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  Qonwral   A k������-&1  110 2h* Ave., Seattle,  .���������.'���������-c'MSffi-Era'SB*^^^ !  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply to the Board of Licensing Commissioners at their next  sitting, for a transfer of the retail  liqtioi license now held by me for  the Poll!.iikI Hotel, Ladysmith, from  mysell to Christina I-Ioggan,  D. B. HYND.  Ladysmith, 9th Aug., 1006. 1m  ������=   VOU   WANT AOOOD   First Class   Meal  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restauraat  AI,TYaAYS OPEN FIRST AVENUE.  NOTICE  LADY5MITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at    the office     on Roberts   Street an-  lay Water     Rotes, between the 10th    and the 25th of each month.  Office Hours I P. M. 4,30  LI BLAND  !      .;.;_. .!..  .'���������.  ...:���������.. SUPERINTENDENT-  I  pjBiaffli'gigaBi'ai^  Public Notice  Attention is called to tho   fact that tha  Ogilvie Flour mils    Co.   Limited  makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR,     have for some sinus  past been producing flo*r in a   Tastly  improred and purlfl--3  Torm  by the aid of ELECTR1C1TV  and  having secured control of   all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of a dvising  the public that  any  unauthorized users of the electrical   flour purifying processes  will be prosecuted.  Ogilv'e Fiom* Mills Company Limited,  are   the only millors in Canada wliose        F lo #  purified by tlia E'astric Process THELiDYS>IITH DMht LEDGnSR  Shoes that Wear & |  >VVt*^V,A>V>A'V^^'������''V',^v������'V'iA'V^'a!'(Au  THE BEST MINING SHOES  1 dVv E������ SATL5FACTION I  STREASONIBLE PRICES  AT  BICKLE'S  ^^^^^���������^^���������^^^���������������������������^^^������������������^^^^ ���������*������������������  *  ���������  #  ���������  *  ���������  Smith, Fotos,  That's All  Local Items  Mr. A. Smith, who spent yesterday in the Capital, returned home at  noon today.  Mr. F. Bowman returned from Vic-'  toria on the passenger train at noon  .today.  Mr. and Mrs. 'A. Ro-bjinsom-were arrivals on the morning train from Na  naimo toda'y.  ,We have just received direct from  ithe Old Country a shipment of, McGregor'^ Football Shoes. Ladysmith  Hardware Co.  Amongst those who spent yesterday in Nanaimo, returning on the  morning train were Messrs. Freethy,1  Bray and Simpson.  , been casl overboard by a   party   of  jpicnicers    on     Labor  Day,  and had  floated into the bay  where found,   a  'distance of about 18 miles: ,  Mrs.' W. E. Blythe, Quaniichan lake  AValler Edgson Blythe,    Quaimichan  Lake.  Miss  Annie Catherine Wood,"   Quaniichan Lake.  Miss Edgson, Maple Bay.      ,  Miss,G. H. Edgson, Maple Bay.  W. E.  Blythe. ,    ,      v  ,' -Mr. Edgson,  Thos. A. Wood.  '   Sepl. 4, 1906, on cast side of   Ku-  per Island,,   on point  facing   Thetis  Island,  Birchall's place.  Mr. and Mrs. T.   Bickle, who   have  THE JUVENILE BOSTONIA'NS\  This company of talented little artists will visit our city on Wednesday evening, Sept. 12th. They have  just relurned from a most successful  trip through Eastern Canada, where  they received the ; most flattering  press notices from all, places where  they appeared.  They ' will    open their cngtugeinent  I with Alfred Ccllier's beautiful opera  "Dorothy,"    with    which   all   music  lovers    are   familiar, as the   merry  , Wanteds?  ,  WANTED���������Fifty  (50)  cords of   good  dry Wood. ���������    " ��������� <  11.  LEE  &  CO.,  '   JLadysmilh Bakery.  ~Smoke Little B Glg-urn.  NOTICE.  I  will not be responsible for   any  debts    contracted    hy    Oscar Motti-  shaw without my written order. ,  S.- MOTTISI-IAW.'  Nanaimo, B.C.,  August 22^ 1006.  Ask  for Capital and Nujrget Cigars  WANTED ��������� Girl  for general  house.  ,   work.     Apply  MRS. RALPH WRIGHT  FOR SALE���������$300   buys   a   4-roomed  cottage,    situated    between Third  and  Fourth  Avenues,  Roberts   St.  For particulars, apply,,between thc  hours of 5 and C p.m.    .  'R. WILLIS. o-l  ALL SIZES  tino!_rjmi^:__r_iv���������  If there is a good line of, Shirts *  ���������anywhere, you will find Tit lierev^^  If you have tried - everywhere >  else for whas you. want, and  can't get it, just try us.  have it.  Walters  We   5  "I   ���������  SPORTS GROUND  -       SUBSCRIPTION LIST.  .been visiting relatives in the city for . ..^ music ]iyes in the ,istenci..s  the past few days returned to their m,,inory evfcn alter hearing it - and  home on the 12 o clock train today-   ^^ ..^ folks  sing  ev(!,.y nuin,,)0r  ,"~~~*       ,        '     ���������      ,   of the #uneful score with such   pre-  A couple of    men who are alleged   ^w *d  yim ^ one -OC0etg ^  ,to have-been  fighting on the streets  will explain at  the  .1. P.'s  at  .City Hall tonight.  the  are listening to.children.  "Babe" Mason, is the cunning little; star of the .Company and she/certainly   twinkles   with   oiiginal   coiui-  A report  received    from    Nanaimo  1ravs      Tmv Halyson  Martin,     the  this; afternoon states that Mrs. Cutl.-.   ))abe o[  t^'Company, and also call-  c bertrf ,i', of this city, who has been  an inmate of the Nanaimo hospital,  died there this afternoon.  We have just received direct from  the Old Country a shipment if McGregor's Football Shoes. Ladysmith  Hardware Co.  -TV   *������������   The Flyer and scow, and the Jessie Mack and scow were in lor coal  today. The passenger boat Princess  Beatrice called in for bunker coal  this forenoon, leaving Tor Vancouvei  alter coaling. Yesterday the Vcn-  Aure took on  bunker coal.  BENEFIT DANCE.  The Band are going ,to give a dance  in the Opera House, Saturday evening next, Sept. 15th.. inst., for thc  purpose of raising funds Iol the work  in hand on the Sports Grounds. The  work is at a standstill for want oi  money for labor, etc., and it is absolutely necessary to proceed with  same of the grounds are lo be in  shape by next spring. The total  proceeds of the dance will be handed  over lo thc Grounds-Committee af-  .ter the hall has  been paid for.  Dancing    .will  start at  7:30    p.m.,  sharp.   Tickets 75 cents per couple.  ������������������-������������������   Yesterday, in a little bay north  of Boat Harbor, about"7 miles from  Nanaimo, a bottle, containing the  following list of names was picked  up hy 1-1. Frcethy.,..  Evidently it had  ed   "Thc Child  Nordica"  receives qq  uality   in   every   character   she   por-  nail j' as much attention.       *���������  The enlhe Company are capable  in every sense of the word and must  ho heard lo be appreciated. Let  them  meet  with  a .bumper house.  Tickets on sale at Forcinpner's.  >. '���������'^���������^y^^w*'"������������*wvvvyv*v  the lake for the past two months,  more than confirms Mr. .Jones' slate  ment.     Mr. Sherk says:  "We aro interested in Lhe Blue.  Grouse, Empire, Cascade and Forest  King mineral claims and have in our  work on these properties in covered  large bodies.of ore from which can  be quarried carloads every day and  with transportation facilities -V  two -smellers of -the island would  have to work da*y and night to keep  up,with the output.*'  These rcporis coming from .ren  who have been working .lard r  yeais, spending money, lime ,inii ei.-  ergy in prospecting, are the -'est  possible reports the Island mineral  resources could-have. What has been'  accomplished in mining on Vancouver Island in thc nasi ten years bids  fair to be more, than doubled in tho  veiy near future.  Hugh Thornley.  N. A. Morrison.  T,  O'Conneii.  J. Sanderson.  - J. Eno.  D.  O'Council.  J. C. Gillespie  '  Wm. Sanderson-  R.  liicMillan,'  W-. S. Morrison.  Jas.  Adam.  James Dunbar.  '  John O'Conneii,  C. Hewlett.  Ed. Leahy,      ,  W.  Akenhead.  W.' Siler.'  D. Johnson.  I-I. Hewlett.  A. Michic:  Thos. Lewis-.  Jno  Dunbar. *  Eddie Jones.  Tom White.  R. Maguirc.  Doc.  Ellis.  A.  Bryden.'  John .VJichok. ���������  J. Mc.Lcod.  M.  O'Conneii,  W. A. Cornwall.  S. Tcusz.  ' Geo. Robinson.  W.  Ha worth.  II.   Fulton.  C. McMillan.  O.  V. Anderson.  Fa. Clarke.  ���������o  ���������  Is arriving every  day and we invite  the Ladies to inspect the  IN  FALL WEAR  t  SIMON LEISER & CO. LTD'  M maid's  whci c.  Liniment for sale   every  None Better-Capital <������ Mijrget Cigars  The Cowichan Leader, of Saturday  says: Mr. Walter Jones, of Lady-  smith, was in Duncan on, Wednesday  last, and in speaking to the Leader  repoLler, he said, he had recently relurned From a trip into the mountains to thc north of Cowijhan J-ko,  where; he had some lime- ago hta'cil  some promising mineral claims, in  some recent work on these (.''air- s  some good showings were uncoveied.  Mr. Jones said that a parly of prospectors from Victoria we*e also n  there and were working on the fame  leads, the nature of the ore boi*.*g  copper, carrying small gold a-nd sil-  vei values. M'r Jones says he has  no hesitation in saying, from present indications, there is a great fu'  lure for mining in that part of Vancouver Island. This, together with  the well known existing .rge bouies  of copper ore on, Robertson >.**er  and Sutton creek is very interesting  to the people  of Vancouver Island.  Mr.  A. R.  Sherk,    who with   two  others interested   have been   up    at  ������= When ordering your ME.AT don't forget to '-%  g: call on us. We keep nothing but the BEST ^  E that the Market can afford and ��������� guarantee -3-  E SATISFACTION 3  I HUES CORN REEF  , A Specialty  12 HL IB.  B A. HOWE  ������ MEAT   MARKET  TiiUJUiUJMlUiUlUiUlUlU MlUiUiUiMWlttlUittiUittttli  ������n  44  T\Iin;inl'K  Liniment  Cures Dandruff  'wtiMNtiNNfaWiMtNi WWW MWkMM ^%  BLAN  LANKETS  Now that tbe Cold Weather is {Coming we have just stocked a Hue  ������   Blankets unsurpassed in the city.  White Blankets from the Finest Carded Wool  of  3.75 to 5.75  White and Cray Cotton Blankets Suitable for Sheet-,.    Extra well napped  io;{ with Blue or Red Border !  $1.25 Per Pair  BLAIR & ADAM  Smith,".- "Clab rough,"  "Parker," "Remington"  and "Winchester" Guns  _anat%M������t ������>a  FULL    STOC K  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  *iri!ilteiiiia!lfeWWIlHa������BB^aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl  ���������__f_rs3.mmsma-m  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock   REST YOUR EYES  Ii your eyes tire easily, you    need glasses.    Does the type become  blurred?    If so you need glascs.     If your    eyes   burn,  you    need'  glasses.     Do you'suffer from   headaches?   If so,  glasses  will   help  you.    If you have any of the   above    symptoms,   let us   examine  your eyes and fit you with gl asses that will give  you relicL  We make no charge for exa* mination and    can supply you   with  GLASSES .*���������>  FROM $i.5o AND UP  B. FORCIMHER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  E. G. PAN NELL  GATACRE ST.        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