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 i..   ���������?        ' V k' y"f  .-,v -       -   -���������**     ���������*���������'.��������� --.>"-  Daily  VOL.,2  FRIDAY,. SEPT. 7, 190G  i *  i"HH. .4 ,  ' *bj>'  DELEGATES WILL  VISIT VANCOUVER  GIVE DP BLOOD  ���������j  I     .     ������ r    '^ {*>���������*'>���������%-  Board of Trade Select Three Gentlemen to Interview C P, R*  Officials in Vancouver  ill SAVE LIFE  PRICE FIVE CENTS  -*������*>*-  A special meeting of the Lady  smith Board of Tiade was held lawtr  ��������� evening in the'olhces of "Mr." J. Stew-|  art.- Mr. Macklin, President of the  Board, " explained to the memhers  present the object ot the* (meeting,  which w.iii to consider a coinauunica-  tion received liom Ralph Smith, tM.  P., and upon request, Secretary  Cornwall, read the, commuuio.iitioiis,  as  follows: ,  Nanaiiiio," B.C.., Sept. 1, 1000.  To the Members, or the. Roaid oi  Trade, Ladysmith, li. CV  Gentlenien,���������-At the request of youi  Boardj 1 met. Capt, Troupe and * 13.  ,W., Greer, General Freight Agent lor  the C.P.R. at Vancouver, ou August 20th. Willi regard to the former,   and the tying up of   the S.  S.  Mr. Reynolds stated that the merchants had been in favor of taking  the matter up direct with the C.P.  it., and not enjoin the aid ot _ the  Commission, as it seemed to bo*the  opinion -Unit the railway 'company  would, upon a proper presentation  of the Licit, of tlic case being nut  before them, make some favorable  move in the matter.  Cleveland.   O.  J obi'idi   Alii lee  dc-alk  thioi*_U  Sept.   G.���������-Twice has  been   saved      irom  the    blood  uf      his  brothers,   Samuel   and Morri.s.    They  gave  up hull'  the   blood ,ot  llit-ir  Uod  ies    th.it- he   might   live, .aud   pby*i-  <;ian_    ui,    St.   .ile.vis   Hospital      lo-  lu^ht   s,aid   that  ilu       woulu   ict.o\ur.  ���������Inns,   hiuiili .wiilui,  uiuuij������.vir } c\u s    oi  u_������',    his   bi-sLur,     is.    ut   liih      ocilsido,  \wuliiu;   .mil   letuly     to   Ajucriliie   liali  ol, hei   nlood  .should  uu tinner anotttui  Jk'nioi-iliauc.       lie   wu.s   tlviiiti      non  ihe     loh-3   ol     blood,   and   the       phi-  sici*ii.s announced  thcic.wus  no liopo  Ol   ICCOVL'l^  .   lllllc'Sb-    blooU   ���������������������������,*,���������������   LiUIIS-  leriod into ills   boily.       ,~ v^  bamuol  Juillci   agreed -to  giVo     up  h^  'blood   to   save  his   brother':.  lilc,  RE ELECTRIC     *  LIGHTS FOR CITY  ii.-  wn  Upon uu ilier discussion of Wic.ts>���������b  ject,  it     was    round   lbat"thc abo\o'u"d   both, wort- sent to Lin: opera tin*,  view coincmed ,wiwi   thai'taken     by!room. _  ���������  the majority  ot the members "ot thej   Dr.  C'oor_e   11. Urdu punoi'incd Uu  board,   anil'it,   was   theicloic. dccidcil '���������jioraUou. '       ��������� J  io instruct  the seorolary'    to     wrrtej    Luting aii  arterj   fiom  ivii. Smitii, intoi.iniiig that gentleman'right    uust, Ur. Ode  Lhat ���������the set vices ol  eno .Commission- | jouicil" it   to  Joan at  the Public  Wluiil,   I- desire ' u.'* w?uia no\ ",w.'c������l������������-u- Howovei, ^_,UileVs  ,,���������hL  _.-.������.     Joseph     aU.11  to say   that Capt. Troup said     this' U',^1^ b(m,u-il1 'ulViS'll,lli to -^poiui   u,ymu  U) lov,bc>  whUo  Bu|liu<jl    m[  Samuel s>  opened ,iL and  au'aricr*}    hi     Joseph  matter havi ftcen just recently IMrough  to his attention and he was not  able to see any good reason wiry  this should not be done in thc future whenever the steamer wont U  Ladyswiith with passengers or freight.  and that he would give outers to  that' effect. Since interviewing hun  I have been -given to inulei stand,  that a week previous -Mr. Coyle had  issued a. new schedule for the S;ti.  Joan,'-which excludes her trips to  Ladysmith as a passengei horn.' It  would' seem',' theicforc, that thir.  matter, (of having steamer coiinea-'  tion with Vancouvci), is onc foi you  to deal with, .is il is outside of ray  jurisdiction altogether.  With rcgaid to freight   i.itcs,    you  will please  find  a  copy   of o    lettei  received    'hy your Secretary,    which  speaks   for  itself.     I  discussed    the  matter fully  with Mr.   Greet,   and I  have    some    hope 1h.it  adjustments  will   take  place as  the  result,   when  they have had  time and  opportunity  to look    thoroughly into the    whole  question.     This is > all  I can   (L'r    s':i  the matter at the piesent  time,   hut  I  desire to   s.iy  to   your  Boa id    in  conclusion that if you are   not   satisfied     wiith  this   as  it   stands,   and  you ollicially request    it,  I  will   be  pleased  to aiiange  for a visit of the  Railway   Commission to    Ladysmith,  when you will have ample opportune  ty lo put all your giicvanccs   bfcfou'  the same,   in a   proper  manner,    ami  the icsult would be ollicially icpoil-  ed to    your    Boa id i<%^the Commission    afteiwiiids.       Kindly     let me  know    immediately     regarding l-.il-  way  Commission as I  must connect  with     1/hcm    on   thoii  Dawson any day.  Yours sincerely,  RALPH   SMITH.  ot    Trade   Lo ' inter- j  in-  became     ^weaker.     Joseph Miller  i, , ,   ,       ,     oil   I bo     road   to   ���������vcovorv   win**  Aiul pole an<   AH. Greer, ot.,        ,.      , ,,    -  , '        he Miiiored a_.o   n*i- honioiThaue.   The  ol   the   l'o.i nd  view LUr  (/no  U.l'.U.,   and also   naokc   the aid  ol   the,   Vancoinct     Boaid  ol   Trade  >vliou  laying   t/hc gi icauoes "of     tins  i.il.y bctorc  the railway company.  ��������� Accordingly, "lur. Comwail movwl,  .-.ccondetl by major jnicIioIsoii, that  .ticbsis. Stewart, Macklin ami .  cimuicr he appointed as a delegu-  trou 'to jotiiney o\ci 'to Yaueouvcr'  and lay thc case tooioie the cumpuny.  _Thc inotioii ciiiiod, and upon ie-  ceipi oi niioLiiution 'irom the Tei-  ininal City rcg.iiding the dale upon  which an iiU.ci-.iuw_ wi(h SJi.,. M���������l-  'poic and An. Cieer can be seemed,  taie delegation will go lo Vancouvci.  Although tho al)o-,e was the_ only  teal husi'iiess ot lmjioiuuce which  came up lot con.suleiation last evening,   then;  weie  \ain/..s nmttcis  dis-  u������  (Special Correspondent  of  Ledger)  Cowichau  Gap,  Sept.   li.���������  Fishmg  it Cowichau Gap at present is e-v-  cellent, and large catches are being  made daily. Some 'fishermen are  making as high as, J.20.0U per day.  A steamboat calls here three tuats  a week, and. upon each call pays out  between live and six hundred dollars lor fish. The Indians are making a good winter- stake, as the salmon caught heie bi nig a  good price.  .Alajor lieiuich, .m company with  his sister and niece, oi Viatona, are  .spending a few days iislung at the  Gap. rlie AYiajor detlaies Uu_ is  tlic gicatest iislung giountl on Ih*  I'.iciuc  coast.  uu. aVuisoii, liglit nou.se keeper, is  electing a .spacious, loui-i'ooiuaa  uwelling, wiiien be c\peci_ i,o com  (iieto in Lire coui.se ot a lew weeik,  wnen lie \������ 111 i>e iu n-ailihess lo rc-  etne any ol his j_aii\hiiiilli ti lcntit,  wno p.iy iiim a i.iii An. Allison'  expccis lo visit Lad} sniiin ^noi ii>,  wiicu lie Win perhaps, seleci a cook  lo 'install  in   bis new building.  .bpealving (aL cooks, your un respondent is remiiiilea ol a pal ty ol i.a-  dysnuili   people  who; \isitcu  the  Cap  Two Firms Have Made Arrange"  j ments for Installing System  More May Follow Suit  -*a^*������t-.  siii-geons agi-ec-d Ibat hi*, broLhcr Sum'011 J-**11'01   **���������"���������>'������   *i������'l  spent A     couple  uel  w*s   too   weak  -iq giv������   up   any'01   ll;i>s   heiu    "'^'Uig.        i'herc   were  Jnoro   ot his    blood,' so  another  |������ro- JslSk oook1' '"   Llu3 *-,,ut,>'' 'lll,i ll IS   lc"  iioried   tliat  Hlulo  hcie   tlicy   iu\ itcn  a   ii.itiM*  ol   tlic   l.slaiitl  to pal lake oi  thci-, Alocris Alilltrr, sevenleon yeais  ol agv, was suinniout'd. This time  an artery from Morris Mi'llcr's wrist  was joined in an artery iu Loseph's  oilier amn.  Joseph, ililli-r is recovering. Samuel .Miller will soon be able to leave  tho hospital. Morris .Miller may  Jiavo to remain ten dnys before he  rOco\;oTs the stien^tlr hv has lost  by   t*i\.ing   up  hiss blood.   o   (  BENEFITS OF  A. & B. FUND  cus.sed regarding what weie considered cxhurbitaiit puces being paid  ioi ficiglit in this city, and numerous     uistiaiices     mentioned,   siiowin-g  what seems to he absolute neglect thc Wellington-Extension Medical Aeon the pait ot .some ol lhe railway I ciilent' and Burial Fund tor tlic month  company's    ollicials    m    ioi wauling   ending  Aug.  3lsl,: ,1  Height even at   Lhiv pnte chaigcd lor   A. Stra  it.      For    instance,'     Ml.     I\lackliii  uad ordeicd    goods  to  be forwarded  a  nist-class  meal.     Tne  rnvrted  one  accepted  with joy and alter    having  Listed   one  entile  day   in  older Ihaii  he might be in readiness to paitake  or the good  tilings  which  might   be  set   bcioie  bun,   nis   di.ss.ippointmenL  can  be   imagined  v.hen  be  airived at  the apjioiulcii    liom  and  lourid     the  camp iicsettcd,  the ontiie patty having  gone   b.sbiug.      Iiowevci,   tho   in- ~  vitntiiiii   being  a  standing   one,      tho  hungiy  one  waited  until  muiiung  m  anticipation  oi   a  good   ine.tklasl.   Jn  the   inoining  seven,   eight  and     un*  o'clock  came ami   went,  and  .still   iio  sign  ol     smoke    tioin    tlic  visiLor's  camp, and  the  man  who had    lasted  ] since   the   day   pic ions,   was   obliged  Following Arc the benefits  paid by j t0 resoit  to'his own cooking,  it   he-  Two more firms in this city have to install a larger plant, and furnish that section of the city which  wants electricity.  By the arrangements made by tha  two firms who have already secured  a promise of the lights, they will be  enabled to light up their places of  business at less cost than they are  at present, paying for coal oil, and  of couise, once a larger dynamo is  installed, it would foe nearly as  cheap to furnish lights enoug-h for  the rest of the business houses, provided they wish them, as it will be  to lun the present contemplated  number of fifty. Therefore, the cost  of lights would be materially reduced to the merchants, and a much  source secured. It is  ,, , , , i hoped   that the project will  these    have been spoken for by    thc, successfully    mature, as it would at  above two  turn.. . l6ist fl|1Ilish  UgMs d  fTheresa poss.inilify, though, thai,  ter for  the business portion of   the  Cli*y. whit* wound result, of course,  in the streets being lighted to" a  much better extent than at present  is the case.  made arrangements for having their  -stores lighted -by electricity, the  firms being the Ladysmith Haulwaie  Company, and Messrs. Simon Leiser  <Sc Co. Tney - have made arrange-  wrth*>Mr. J.'W. Coburn, manager of  the Ladysmith Lumber Co., for the  ulectiicity, to he supplied, from thc  dynamo in use in the shingle   mill.  Thcic 'is also some talk of several  more films'installing lights, thc power to-hc---dciivcd from the ' same  source. However, in order that this  could be done, it would be necessary for a larger dynamo and engine to he installed at the shingle  null, as the capacity of the piesent' more reliable  machine! y   is   but   fifty   lights, and ' to be  if Mr. Coburn was approached with  a list of names of ^various other  business 'houses winch would take  lights from him, he would be willing  MEXICO AND  -*���������'��������� .CANADA  ..iM^Mwiwaben:  /Vancouver,  Aug.  30, '1901.  Mr. W.  A. Cornwall,   Secretary   Ladysmith    Board    of    Trade, 'Lady-  sniil/li, IL C:  Dear- Sir,���������In further reference to  matter of freiiyht rates. I had ._  call rrom JUr.' Ralph Smith, M.P\,  yesterday. We disciisscil this subject to some extent and I .assured  him that the inn Iter would he given  due consideration, 'and that I Would  write you as early as possible what  decision is reached.  ���������Yours   truly,  (Sgd) B.  W.  GREI'.R,  '  General "Vcigjht. Agent..  .  immediately, and had received the  shipping bill ol the goods dated  August -Ab, but .is yet the goods bad  not lanned Uoni V.������ncouvci, thc  point ot   shipment.  rUr. 'Robston, of the Ladysmith  iLuduare Company, had ordered ammunition which he wished to have rn  slock by the fust ot September for  tho opening of the hunting season,,  ieturii fioni: *l,ul -'though the goods wore ready  ior shipment, they bad not conic, as  it was claimed that it would be necessary to wait until such a tune  as a lull car ol Ireight .is nude up  before :they can conic 'direct here.  The    'gob-ds ��������������������������� have not  been reccived  yet. ;     ���������.������������������. V':;���������:..,; '";���������..���������.  '. Iliowevoi-, the Board are 'coiifulont  that upon a lrcpreseiitation of the  case being laid borore the company;1  the .latter will take steps to supply a more 'satisfactory service, and  until such a ti'tiie.as the delegation  appointed last evening have iutoir-  viowed the company and ascertained  their: intentions, nothing further \vi 11  be done in  the mutter-.  ug  $ 27.OU  Jas. Steele  30.00  Thos iVoye        8.00  Colouiau ..  iwottishaw  llugilics .. .  Zhoyousky  Jas. Hill  L. Dcfrieiio  ,  1). Johnson, exiuessing  Win.  Russell    LO. Lowe    W   Zizalc    N. lvesei'ich    Wm  S.00  ���������LlM  2:").00  3.00  S.00  11.00  1.00  5 00  5.00  0.00  7.00  Johnston   , r...    U.aO  Total        flijfi.i.0  ~t���������  LORD GREY  INDISPOSED  Upon the conclusion of the reading  of the above, n motion was passed,  that the letters be laid upon the table   for  discussion. ���������'        i  Mr. Macklin  .stated   Unit  since    receiving  the coininunic-itioii  from Mr.  Smith, he believed  tlitil; Mr. V.  Reynolds had  interviewed'several of  the  merchants of Uie; city, besides    various men-iibers of the .Board or Trade,  with  a  view      to  ascertaining'their j  feeling  upon   the subject as'to  whe-j  ther or  not it was 'advisable to so-j  licit   the     aid   of   l/he   Railway   Com-:������"    S<>|)1"   ',',-h. -tho town capitulated.  H-AYTIEN REBhlLS  ,; ' "CuVl'TLlRE  I) A J ABO N.  Ca[>o ilaytien.���������Sept. C.���������A nies-  senyer today brought details of th*o  capture of Dajabon, Republic ol' San  to Doniinyo by thu Insiirgeut Generals Cucllilo, - Marieio Jiinine/. and  Iiesiinvarrp and Miguelilo 'Rivas.  At the bead of eight, liiiifilied men  they arrived before : .Onjnlion, whieb  was dofiMitled by a. garrison of  only seventy governniont soldiers.  Tho latfoi*. seeing- tho ''utility of rc-  sistiuy,'. ret.ireil.    into   (hi!    furt     and  mission  in  an  at loin pi,' to   have    the  La.tfi- I be town joined, the rebel for-  freight rates .reduced, and Mr. Mack-'('''H- it is riiaUnl unless tin* rc'm-  lin requested Mr. Reynolds to in- lotrciiii'nils ��������� reach Monte OrisLi very  form the board of the results of the shortly that port will certainly fall  .Various  interviews. (into   tho hands  of the insurgents.  ixolsoii,    B.    C.,  Sept.1 li.���������The Ouv-  -eruor   Cieneral   remuiucd   in   lua     ap-  ai'tiuents al- tbe station, it ruiuiiu; all  day.     XIis   twnperaiuro   lias   been slightly above   normal   and   'His       lix-  celleuey   is   suli'orin^   from     a     cold.  Further   rest is necessary,  and bo bus  tonight,  reluctantly cancelled bis  tended    visil   to   tho '.Boundary   conn  try   tomorrow,   and-will 'remain iiere  dirrtng thu day.   'Tbe.  \'isit.  to    Boss  land  may  be  carried-out    Saturday  but this    will    lie announced definitely    tomorrow.     Lady t'rey   lvmained  with  thu    Govornoi*  t'lsfle.rul     today,  but  tbe   rest of   the party  have  been  pleasantly   -engaged    in   fishing     nnd  boating.      As  already   announced   tbe  Vice  regal  party    will  leave   Nelson  for   the    coast    on   Sim,day     evening  at'7:1.0,   talcing-- tho    Columbia Uiver  boat    at    West   Hobson   and   traveU-  iiijg on C-   P. R... scheduled   time.       It  is slated    ollicially   that. Earl Grey's  ludispn.sil ion'is   not of a serious nature,   complete   rest   being   the     only  thing' needed..  ing well aftci ten o'clock botoic thu  Lad}smith people were up loi the  day. The geiilleiii.in who was iba-  ���������ippomlt'd, hut who docs not want  hi.s name mentioned, holds a partr-  (-Bl.ir gnevaucc against one young  nun of the |������arty who is considered  an aulhoiily on the butcher business  when at home. The islander claims  lhat had it not been foi the fact  that this young man inouopoli/.i'tl  the ultcnlioii ol ihicv ol the younger cooks of I lie p.nty most of the  time, I lie (liiinei would li.i\o been in  icadiness  aceoiding  to  iii\iki_ion.  LLAIBKR DKAL.  American luiiibeinieii ale, according  to :t sloiy which comes fiom a moll  aullieutuated .souice, s.i_\s the \ i\n-  couver rs'cws-Advertiser, negotiating  for the piu'cluise of the interests of  the. K:imloops Lumber Company. Mr.  George IMcCoriniek, ex-i\I.P., who  has been Alanagcr of this coiiccrh, is  expected in the city this week and  will' bring details of the transfer'.  The KninliH-ps Lumber Company was  organi/oed by him, and its shareholders 'include a number of Ontario  people, with whom i\li'. IMcCoriniek  was connected iu business in tke  East, 'flic Kamloopx Lumber' Company has large mills al. Kamloops,  and Enderby and another at- Annis,  in-1 on ICmmloops Lake, and is one of tin/,  large eoiiceins  iu   the   Interior.  .That the information .may be.relied  upon as 'being correct, is shown by  the fact that Mr. McCoriuick has  been appointed manager of the Pacific Coast Lumber Company of this  city. Mr. W. L. Tait, who has been  acting iu that capacity for some  months, has resig.ned so that lie may'.'  give attention to his private i������(������r-  eirts  in   the city.  The purchase of the infeVests' of  the Kani'loops Lumber Company is  the second large transfer of n British Columbia lumibcr industry to  men from the United -.Stales. The  other most recent buy was that of  the Arrowhead Lumber Company's  property by Mr. Charles R. La inland associates of Minneapolis, who  paid $750,000 for it.  i\e\v Westminstei, Sept. b. ��������� New  i.e-siminster as a port ol call foi a  projci.led line ol steamships to the  ������est toast ot Mexico and to the  Client.  Tins is what may be lealucd iu a  .shoit tune as the result ot a visit  hcie yesterday by Captain T. li.  Woisnop, Ol .Loudon, Lug. He states  that lie has practically concluded ai-  i.ULgcuicuts lot starting a month')  .steamship service between the porta  oi iiriLisn Columbia and tbe west  eoa.st  oi  Alerxuo.  "iW'.," be said, "that thego'etn-  tut'Lit has wine Lo tbe point at  ttliich it is willing to assist us, all  lhat wc want is that the people oi  nmisli Columbia should show thein-  sehes ready to get into thc trade. ;  t'liete is a big opening there u they  ���������Mil go into it, in fact theie ia a  inaikot   lor  evei} Hung   thai    Canada  DOUKHOBORS  REFUSE TO EAT  ���������������������������������������������������������-  Regina,  Sask., Sept.  7. ���������Fourteen  of the  unfortunate  Doukhobors,    in-  caieeiatcd in the jail here, absolutely  icfuse  to     partake of   food,    a!nd  nouiishnicnt     is  now    being     forced  through    their    teeth     by   scientific  means.      They aie reduced to skeletons.      The      most    tempting fruits  weie offered in vain.    Their    waists  dwindled,     until their belts reached  the last  hole,   and the leather hands  have now slipped off.,  The watchman  complain bitterly.    Uncanny  rattling  of the bones of starving men, as the  Douk'hobois rolled  in  bed,   and     the  gioans that accompanied each movement,      were  wierd in  the  extreme.^  The authorities  realized  that   something ought  to be  done.   A physician  was summoned, who promptly decided   lhat   each  Doukhobor  should     he  it is  otu intention to j hud on  the floor  on his back, a nap-  cau pioducc.      I'   ������������������-   '������������������������'   ...i....i.....  i., I  shut a   monthly  sciuce Horn     Van-j kin  tied  under  his  ohm,  and    liquid  touu-i,   \ictona,   a\o\v   WesUurnstoi, . nomishment      imparted by  scientific  means      This pioved successful,  and the smaller pints of ill itisb Col  uinbia to .Maiizainllo, Alazatlan, and  otlict poil.s on I lie coast ol Mes.ico.  Ue will connect with tbe coasting  lines foi all .small potts ..hat \>e  may not leach so that we .diallc.-\-  ei completely the whole .Ue\ajaa and  Canadian to.i.s.-s. .   i  "Mexico is now ready for Canadian,  enterprise. In fact thc people are  incli: to look to Canada for supplies, and there is no reason why the  business should not be bdilt up. The  west coast of Mexico will soon be  coniieiicd      bv   rail   from   ALanzanillo  and  the o])Cia(aon is being ircpeatei tnrce  times dailj.  These men aie leaders of the band  that bia\ed lhe ptickly cact'is with  naked feet, while they wandeied ..ia  nude condition o\oi thc Noithwcst  prairies,.- looking for the Messiah,  who, they-thought, was waiting thc  laggard coining of the chosen people.  They .are resolved that, if the authorities will not allow them to turn  Saskatchewan into a Garden of Eden  with Doukhobors in the role of Adam and  Eve,  they, will starve 1. cir  with      the City of Mexico and    the   bodies, so that their spirits may   be.  rou I o is shorter- than from Vera  Cruz and points on thc East coast.  With all this there is a large popr  illation, and some big mines on thc  west coast will soon (hie opened up.  "iUexico wants lumber, coal, coke,  furniture, dried lish, canned rfish,  Hour, turpentine, beer, boots and  shoes, mininng and agricultural machinery, wooden 'boxes and wood-  ware of all kinds. For export they  can send tropical fruits, ..ranges,, all  kinds uf ores, oaks and nard ' J,  gelatine and oil."  "The vessels will be of four or five  thousand tons with passenger accomodation and should he in operation  within  six months'   time."  Captain Worsnop has just arrived  from Mexico where he has been work  ing successfully in connection vith  his project. To-day he returned to  Victoria, to complete arrangements  there. Then he will go through to  Ottawa fo interview the Dominion  government, and after that he twill  return to Londou to complete arrangements with  the shareholders of  free to  search.  600 MEN THROWN OUT .  OF EMPLOYMENT  Hawkosbury, Out.., Sept. 6���������Owing- to low- water in the Ottawa river the lumber, mills here have been  obliged to closer, down throwing 6O0  men out  of'employment  .  his company and get the vessels under way.  While in New Westminster yesterday he was shown'around'the city  by Mr. Albert Armstrong, Mr. G. D.  Brymner, Mr. Fred Salisbury and  Mr. A. E. White, secretary of the  Board of Trade, lie inspected the  waterfront, and docks and asked<many,  questions, the answers to which  seemed to give him satisfaction. In  the event of coming here the company would secure a site and erect  new docks. In addition to the Mexico scheme, winch is now well ad-,  vanced, Capt. Worsnop. discussed a  proposed line to the  Orient. t - ������.-   ti,*_ ^rr '  !WL* ���������Vi*' i-ft;   At .���������/JWS'-'d'.*-"''LP-T^^  A_vt-^-������r__t������i������������������. i^_n-*rri_w'"'''g?^^  ���������k_tfi|A*i*fcJuM5_J riutfcN K  __^_ _, Jti/Jj r..u_  -*-/*,.������?  ���������T ���������"*  THE LADYSMITH   DAILY LEDGER  i k'f*t:  ?i������.  llif     DAILY   LEDGtK  Pub  enery   -Jay   except SvttUy  ���������BT-  THE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  SUBSCRIPTION.  Oae Tear (ii advance) $5.00  One Month ... ... _  90 ceats  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  FRIDAY  SEPT.  7,  1900  BRUSH with: insurgents.  Havana, 'Sept. 6.���������A. hod^y of volunteers and rural guards numbering  two hundred men exchanged shots  with. Col. Ashbert's Iirj.su ,_<j~is last  ���������right acar San Jose, De Lab La'us,  province) of Havana. One rural  guard vvas killed and three insurgents   were wounded.  _______   GOVERNMENT TROOPS WORSTED  istrate   Dennison      about tho   treatment prisoners       received    while     in.  their   cells.      His   charg-e   was    'that  they    were   brutally   treated,   beaten.  and  kicked,   but that   they   were     a-  frard    to  complain  because  they were  threatened  with double  linos  if   th"(\\  said  anything'.   ..nolher  prisoner   .'in  the- dock' had  his face     bruised     and  cut   and   when    asked    what   'caused  v  it said   he' had fallen  oil'   a bench in  the     cell.     No  man   could fall  olf- a  bench and get bruised like Unit   was  the    comment    of  the  police   .magistrate,   who thereupon   ordered all police, who   were    on  duty    at  thc  central    sin-Lion   last  night    to     appeal  before   him   tomorrow   so   that     Hit  charges    could  be  investigated  Cienfuegos, Sept. G.--A detachment of 50 government troops from  this city today encountered a hand  of General Gueman's insurgents near  .Camerones and in the fight which ensued the government forces were rout  ed, many being killed  or  wounded.  There is great erx-citemcrnt in Cienfiie  gos.  ���������        ���������      o  '   -  NELSON IS  ALRIGHT.  NOT HIS DISPOSITION.  "Now, then," said the photographer, "be perfectly natural. Look  pleasant."  "Sau!" growled the dyspeptic "aro  you poking fun at me? I can't do  both.' '���������Philadelphia Press.  Go-dfield, Nevada, Sept. G. (Special  .The report that Rattling Nelson  ,was dangerouslycill and likely to die  as a result of .the beating he received at the hands of Joe Cans on  Jlonday night in untrue. i  Nelson left Gold'ield this   morning-  for   Truckee for   a  fishing  trip.     A-  ���������  side from a> few bruises and internal hemorrhages he was .not sever-  ly hurt in the fight.  BETTER  OFF IGNORANT,  Interfering friend���������I suppose by'this  trine you are ready' to thank me for  telling you' that Miss Flip was only  stringing you?  Friend���������No, I'm, not!   Confound it!  I was having a  line time 'before that.'  Detrort Free Press.  Not Wanted in Canada.  .Toronto, Sept. 6.���������-It has leaked  out here that a number of anonymous letters 'and postcards were sent  Irom Canada to Lord Dundonald  and nearly all the principal officers  ot the Second Life Guards to the effect .that the band now playing here  iwaa not wanted in Canada,. A number of these letters were of a most  inputting character.  American Flag Not "Wanted.  Toronto, Sept. G.���������This was American Day at the Toronto Fair and  in compliment to the visitors, that  numbered thousands the U. S. flag  iwas hoisted on the administration  ���������building. While the flag was being  raised some sorehead rushed up and  protested and did bis best to pro-  went the flag from hoing up. Failins  in this he entered a protest to the  management with   no avail.   o   Leather  Goes   Up.  Toronto, Sept. ft -The Tanners  ���������section of the Board or Trade in el  today and decided that all harness  lea' hen* b** ������d vaticed _ '.}*- o cuiI s per  pound, all measured leathers, one  cent per foot, aiul all leallu'i's ' iu  proportion. It was also decided lhat  retailers be given the same discount of two per cent for cash given "obhiers and wholesalers. The ad  rvance is due to the high price for  liides   and   tanningi  materials.  VIVIAN NICK ALLS .PICKS  '_ HARVARD TO WIN  .London, Sept. 5.���������"I am heartily  for Harvard," writes Vivian Nick.-  'alls, th������ well known aquatic authority to the JJail Aia.ll. ' My reason for  doing so is that 1 consider that in  all former trials the Americans have  shown more speed and staying power tha- their opponents. Air. Nick-  alls expressed the opinion that the  leg work of Harvard will bring victory. There is a probability of  rough weather and he prefers the  work of the Americans on a disturbed  surface.  'Putney, ICuglaud. Sept. 6.���������It was  in every way a record crowd cspecia"  fly in the matter of number of American visitors, that was seen on the  liver today testifying to'tho increas  ing   interest    in   Saturday's     contest  between   the       Cambridge   and    Harvard. University   eruws.  JVlutLlubi.ro, Escombo, Lch-ruami,  Goidie, and 'rnan\ other lainous scul  lers iollowed tho practice from a  launch. The crews show unabaited  confidence- whrrJi, judging fiom. their  practice, displays , is. "well justified  from both sidys.'' There""is^ so little  to choose that belting, tonight a-  ga'in^as become even.. ~ The 11a r-  \ ard's   have 'improved     considorabl>  ,"in the spatter of starting, but in  other_respects, appeal?'   little different  in'style^from' a few  jlarys ago.     Air  Thomas . Alannhan    says   that    thej  could  not be   in better  condition.  Cambridge   showed   th<3   fast   stylo,  hroajkii.E*- from 2.') to tbe racing pace  of 3<"> strokes, to' the minule. Their  energies evidently will be devoted  to an attempt   by hot   work to wear  down their opponents in the first  mile.  mm_m_^mi^m3___mE5s_maEsa^'i  <t   ���������       * * . jd.  Low Excursion |  Rates *  Round Trip. "  Tyy '/0S*_\  J'  Esquimalt   & Ha  u  At  is ""���������        n ".  SCHEDULE   OF TRAIN SERVICE  PAIN FROAI A BURN PROMPTLY  RELIEVED BY CHAMBER-    ;  LAIN'S PAIN I3ALM.  A little 'child of Michael Strauss,  of Vernon, Conn., was'recently, in  great pain from a, 'burn on the hand,  and. as cold applications only ��������� increased the inflammation, Air. 'Straus  came ,to Air. James N. Nichols, a Cn Wednesday," Saturday and Sunday, No. 4. leAYei Northbound C:d5 p. m.  local 'merchant, for something to  stop Uie pain. Air. Nichols says' "I  advised him ' to use Chamberlain's  Pain Balm, and the fust application  drew out the inflammation and gavo  imihedinte relief., . I have used 'this  liniment myself and recommend' it-  very often for cuts, burns, stiains,  and, lame back, and have never known  it to disappoint." For sale by  Ladysmith Pharmacy.  1   St. Isidoic, P.Q. Aug.  IS, 190*1.  Miiiard's Liniment Co., Limited'  Gentlemen.���������I have frequently used  AlINARD'S LINIMENT and also pre-*  scribe it. for my patients always  with the most gratifying results and  1 consider it the best all-round Liniment extant.     Yours tiuly,  DR. JOS.  AUG.  SIRIOS.  Passenger train, No. 2,  leaves Ladysmith daily, Northbound 11:57, a.m.  Passenger train, No.  1,  leaves'Lady smith Roulh'l-o'unil,  daily,  fl:l'i a.   m.  On Wed., Sat.   and   Sunday'  leaves  Southbound 4.48 p. m;  A gent  .:.. Geo, L,. Cotirtnev,   ,  District Passenger  58 Government St., Victoria, B.C.  To  July 10 to 15.  ��������� Denver  August 7, 8, 9.  ,0������  T,  Brutal Jailers.  Toronta, Sept. 0.-There wa*" a peculiar incident in the police court  this morning when onc of the prisoners charged wilh disorderly co"-  iduct   complained   to tho police ma-  IT DEFIES  COMPETITION  WATSON'S  0  Sei)t. 8, 9, 10.  *>To - Toronto $83,75  Aug. 7, 8, 9. Sept. 8 & \Q.  TO ALL  POI'NTS:  For particulars call  on    or  write E. E. Blackwood, Gen-  N.P.,  Portland, Ore.  ��������� NOTICE. ,  Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply to the Board of Licensing Commissioners' at' their-next  sitting, foe a transfer of the retail  liquoi huense now held by me for  the Portland Hotel, Ladysmith, from  mysel! to Christina I-Ioggan.  D.  13. HYND.  Ladysmith, 9th Aug., 190G.      ,      lm  Lot Jones, Prop.  Best Supplied Bar in Town  ' * r  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE   STREET-   - Ladysmith.  ���������������������������.������.������������������������������������  *  jUiiion.m-r.Je Capital & Nugget Cigars  if^'M  !r������ijK,ri* iti1tt  Ij_ ������-ii*iE*ti3P  ,    WAS A VERY,STOK BOY..  But Cured by  Chamberlain's   Colic,  Cholera, and  Ui.iirhoea Remedy.  "When my boy was two yeais old  .lie had a .very severe attack of bowel complaint, but by the use of  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diorihoea Remedy wc brought him'  out all right," says Maggie llickox.  of Midland, Mich. This remedy can  be depended upon iu the most severe  cases. I'"ven  Cholera infantum    is  cured by  it.     Follow the plain print  ed diiectlons and a  cure Is    certain'  For sale by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  Unscrupulous dealers have  iien known to place interior J  boots in our cattoonB ������* *,  present them as LJECKll-*  SoOTS." Don't be imposed  upon. There are no others  ������������������JUST AS GOOD/'  The above trade mark is irr-  dclibl7 branded - ^  ol every genuine ��������� ua  BOOT." ������ stands for ALL  LEATHER BOOTS made to  resist the roughest western  wear.  Ae.k     for   and INSIST upon  gtuing LECKIE BOOTS.  Manufactured by  J LECKIE Co.  VANCOUVER ���������"B-C  Minard's  where.  Liniment for sale   every  | Pioneer fiofi; Wafts- |  11st. Avenue.- Ladysmith, B, C t  j. f. f. hum\. Prop. |  |     MANUFACTURER OF   , f  i Carbonated Beverages, |  i Gin ge.rl Beer      f  |. Fruit Syrups |  { P.   O.   Box  2a)S - "I  ���������"���������"���������"��������������������������� '        " TUMmillMIIHIMiMMII   GLASS     GLOBES  When you want a Gl_sa glohe  see' that you get the globe  with the rubber rin^ on it,  as it is the only kind that  can keep the water out ~ the  globes without the rublber ring  canaot keep out water, you  | cat see that by examining  a tSlem. The artificial- flower  |j that is put into the globes  | Avlth the rubber rings, is pjiiar  i anteed to ihe the best, and if  j| jou want a1 globe with a  | Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  I X. Jones, agent for  I HBNRY CREW]  |j   Tic okly    place you can   get  |j Them.  |   Sole Agent in B.C.   for    thc  |   FWnt.h    Wreath  Co., or   Lon-  |   do*,  r'arls,  Melbourne,   S.A.,  ^   Cor. Komox Rd. & Milton St. -  !"> WANAIMO B.C.  e-*i!i!M^^{i__fKiffina"t'g&"^^^  Under NewlManajcment'  HOTEUWlLSON  Jus.![R..McKinne!i; Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens' beadaaaiters.  Modern and ���������   Strictly First Class.  Fire Proof    BuUdi������������.  Try Capital and'Nuggei Cigars  " a  When in need of a refreshing  Facial Massage  ,Shave, Haircut. Beard Trimming,  Bath,   etc., 'etc., call at  THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Parlors, etc.,    High Street  Special    appointments' for   Ladies'  Massages aiwl  Shampoos.   -  Best accommodation 'for transient  And permanent boarder's and lodger*.  GRAND       HOTEL  .This new Hotel has been comfort:  ably furnished and the bar is up-to-  date. .Rates (1.10 a day and ������p-  wirda.  .WM. BEVERIDGE, Pro������.   . ,  "Scplaa-Ma .-i-i: :--��������� :������: :���������_: LadTNmltl'  NURSERIES, & SEED HOUSES   o   Large Stock of Home grown  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  now matured for tho Fall  Trade.  No expense,  loss or., delay  of,,fumigation or inspection.''  ' Headquarters    for    Pacific '  A   Coast grown Garden,  Field;  and Flower. Sieeds in season.  t Beo Supplies, Spray Pumps  Whale OH Soap, Greenhouse  ( Plants, Cut Flowers, Bulbs  k'       For Fall Planting  k  %  We do business on our own  ^   grounds���������no rent to pay and  x---'   are    j)i*eparcd - to meet . all  cbnipctition.  Let me price your list |,e-''.  fore placing y0ur order.  Catalogue Free.  t  M. J. HENRY,  3oio   Westminster Road  a VANCOUVER  Fletcher Bros.           . ..nea'ers In . ...  Pianos /& Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  Plumbing and Tinsmithing  DONE  AT  Reasonable Prices  J. ANDER50N  Leave orders at reT-erson's Furn-  tfire Store,  or telephone No 5���������.  manwnnB  Sunlight Soau is hotter tlmn other soaps, but  s best ������ hen used in the Sunlight wny.  liny SiinllirlU Si.ip nnd follow Directions  ���������^���������J������������������^���������_���������l������������������^������������������^���������������������������^'l���������������������������'^'^���������^���������^*..^������������������i���������*'l'M-*-. *iw*t*t'>**'i.->_  ���������*  lt  **  +  **  -5i  ORK  Light Teaming.  Orders With-  FIRST  AVE'NIJE  Scotlands Best.  1 lip MT (fl.  Sole    Agents for JS. C  s  Wood ������h     Bark   for sale.    See J.  KEMP,  or   leave  - ��������� - i  ! : i       i   i    i  W. CARTER,  PHONE      fi-O  First  Class  R1QS FOR HIRE  DELIVERED*.'  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  I PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  |.Smelting ^iVori^:������ at  ^LADYSMITH,   B. C.  *  +  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, B. G.  **T'"������*.f'fr'*+.*.f.|,'l"f'F'T-^  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  Genera! Manager.  WOOD AND BARK FOR SALE AND  N EXPRE SS WORK.  -Mm^mmK_i_tMtria*-i0iwauuuiKm������:tMn*nmBiLJiH *������������*  ��������������������������� -DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  ������������������..���������..���������..������������������.���������*.������..o..������..������. ������..������^������������������m������V.������..������..������������������w������.������������������������..������* ���������������..������������������ ,���������'*���������..  ������*^Mt..t..������..������..������..������..������.-������"������"������..������"<|..������ ���������������'  '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������,���������������������������  ..fa...,.������..*..t���������  ,.a>,������,.*^������^������^*..������M������w������.  STOVES! STOVES!  !  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of   I  Latest Styles and Newest Patte'rns--We do   j  Al'| kinds of Foundry and Repair Woik j  Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty   .';{  ���������-���������-   ' - _ ..--J  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld~   |  TELEPHONE 63 P. O. Box 42.       !  .*.������������������..���������..���������..���������.������������������..���������..���������..������������������.#..������>.���������..���������.>���������..���������..  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done: ----- - - ��������� ���������    Orders  Promptly    Execute  S   RO'EDDING' -   -"- ���������   LADYSiVBITH  TH6 CITY MKRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B. C  ���������-t-^-t-f'^t-f^-f4-f^4.^^^^^>^+.^4-{A+.iKA?.-t.1^        ^^V-  LAD������SMITH TRAHSFER STAOLE  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FCJRNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A  ND  SAFELY.  Leave orders at   the  Stablw in tbe rear of the Lac" "/smith hotel.  Abbotsford  A.  J. WASKETT PROP.  V ^.a������-^..1_Va1.4-4-* Jt-t^i^^-i  ������������������-i-4.-* *-*��������� ->��������� -������. ^-<u ^- -������������������ *-<v A J  fc-"**-'������*/*-'*,^-������*-'%'*-*.-%.*������--������v%--^--%.'%.'*-m.'������>^ ^ u--*.'-*.-%.-������.-������.-*-%-������;^'  ���������*-���������.-*.-%. ^.-������i-���������^*-%.^-^  WM. MUNSIE,  President    J. W.  COBURN,  Managing Director.  Telephane 4-6.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADy'SMltH-.l*-^'^,        /nn*.  ������Hingler;������ at S3_oe^oialty  MANUFACTURERS' OF-������������������  Rough and Dressed Fir and C-ndar Lumbers  LATHS,  SHINGLES,  MO ULDINGS,      ETC.,   . of   the BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  *������  *  i  fm^y*sjii������_msmsit*m&<bty^ <o,ai  *(>  (������  f  *  *  ^-i>������^^iWfcr������i>^>r*l||^^^'%<ly^) ~Hir-Xf.I..r*V������lt \ &-J3VT-.,  THK LADYSMITH 'DAILY   LEDGER  LODGES  LADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. "5.���������  Ratlrbone Sisters,) meets in the Odd  lellows' IJall every 2nd and 'ith  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  ,:       MRS. KATE TATE,  ' ' M. of R. & C.  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF,  DRUIDS.  ' ' Wellington-Grove, No. 4, U^A.O.D.  meets in thc    I.O.O.F. Hall, ' Lady-  s'niilh, thc'Second and Fourth   Wednesdays  of  cacli  month,   commencing  Wednesday,.13th, 1905.      \   .    '    ~  ���������    Visiting Druids are invited tt>   attend.     By Order  WM." RAFTER, Ttcc. ���������Scc.  PATRICK BURIC, N.A.  Solicitor,  mi*.  ,t.    AVKRM?  Lean  .'UDYSMIrH  Leads Them    Af<  V    IN''QUALITY  R.P.RITHET,  & Co., L  racific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA.  :���������: :���������: *���������    ���������:  Manufacturers ofthe Famous  CUBAN   BLOSSOH  "None *bu "Union Labor    Employed  ' t i (  H :I. BOOTH. Pi-oo  "~ '   DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also language" , draving in pencil and crayons," paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM,  '   Ladysmith, B.C  m   JIL%9  J3e     JL/JLCI.  Surgeon Dentist  All work  guaranteed  and at reason-  aide rates.  RESIDENCE AND OFFICE  Gatacre St Ladysmith  i  Open at all hours.  NEWS NOTES  FROM NANAIMO  A-'brief despatch" from Vancouver came as ft great shock to  last night stated that * Murdock defeated Kalph Johnson ol' this city,  in the match that toirjlc place last  night between them in lhe_j 'Terminal  city.  his  LADYSMITH  CHOICE    CAKES  ALWAYS* FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    Cakes  <vlade   to  Order  BAKERY  AND    PASTRY  Many of the residents of this city,  and especially the uicnilicrs of the  congregation of the'-"1 1 laliburton St.  .Methodist Church will hear with re  grot of lhe .death of Mrs. Annie M.  Roberts, wife of Rev. A. 10. Roberts of the Victoria West Methodist  Church and up to last conference  pastor of llalib'urton Street Shurch  in  this city.  -Mrs. Roberts had Just recently returned    home    from  a   visit    to * her  FRUITS    AND    CANDIES-OF  ALL parents    in   Saskatchewan,   and    was  KINDf--,     F'HESn,-BREAD   EV-     .taken   suddenly   ill on,   Thursday lust  ERY    DAY allt[ in spite of 'all that medical   aid  are     Very  Rcasonahlc.      All aml  .,,aonrtance   eotihl    do she    pass  Prices  Customers are Treated Alike  HOP LEE * CO.  ON THE aTSSPLANADE.  NOTICE.    '  " From this date the undersigned  will not be responsible for any, In-  ilehtedness incurred except on ������  written orhcr signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V. I. EXPLORATION & DEVEI,  OPMENT CO., LTD.  Son Persona! Liability. ���������   ���������  Victoria. B. C. Man   18th, ""OIL   i  ed away on Thursday night. Four  young- sons-and a husband are' left  to mourn the loss of it loving mother    and  wile.  The funeral services will be held  from tho Methodist parsonage, Lang  ford Street, Victoria, at L:45 p.m.,  Saturday, thence to Victoria West  Methodist Church at'2 o'clock. The  Rev. aA. AL.Sanford, B. A., li. D.,  of 'Vancouver will have charge of  the funeral services.  RAYMOND  & SONS  ���������Dealers  in���������  Lime,  Plaster Paris,    Brick,  .Fire Brick and Vancouver is-  land cement.  -3 Pandora St. Victoria B.C.  ^_tKt_ta^ma^m>^.<____l^*i*__\i_}fk!f _|.ll  . PIEHGY & GO.  Manufacturers ;_Of .���������  IRONCLAD    BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS^  TOPSMRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE URY GOOD  IBM  , 3. C  GENERAL  Miners' Drillingl [Machines  61ADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT   NOT.CE.      DRILLS  S1IAUPFNED  BY   US      ALWAYS   GIVE  SATlSPAC'riON.   PICKS HANDLED  A  ND  REPAIRED   A-SI-JIPSMITI1ING    IN      ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  Horseshoers and Genera1 BSacksimitns.  R. WRIGHT.  _.    - Ladysmith, B C  Buller Street   -  Tho mortal remains of the late  Martin .{. Wb'odburn' were laid to  rest   yesterday       afternoon    .in     the  quiet .shades of the Nanaimo cemetery in the presence of a largo  number of friends' ��������� of tho deceased,  who had gathered to pay Iheir  last respects to the memory of one  who in life was loved and respected by   them all. _ ,,    .  The death of Mr. Woodburn at' the  n.-c of   38 years, in the-prime of life.  friends, many of whom were not a-  ,ware that his illness was of &o serious a nature as to result in hit,  death, and the inrgc number of  Lndysmitlr and Nairnimo friends who  were in attendance at the funeral,  attested to tbe widespread sorrow  nud l-ijyTot, occasioned by his sudden    and almost   unexpcolcd   death.  Mr. Woodburn' li'im-s to survive  liini, three brothers, John of Cumberland, liAiighmd; Pel or and Moses  of Ladysmilh, and one sis-ler, Mrs.  ���������las. Hardy, Mount Sicker.  . Kev. Do'wen ol "Ladysmith conduc  ed services at tho home of -Mr. and  Mrs. Geo. Hardy., 'from -whore the  funeral took place, .and also at J  the graveside, when the officiating'  clergyman took* occasion to speak  words eulogistic of tbe life of Mr.  Woodburn who was a friend to- all  who had o\er made the pleasure of  his  acquaintance.  The burial services oT the Masonic  Order was conducted by lluyh T.  Fulton, Worshipiul Master of Si-  John's Lodge, L/iidysmitli.   ,  The pall bearers were Messrs: D.  MeKimiell,' Alex. Hrydfii, A. Robertson, J. Thomas, C. flohncs and  D.    Roberts.  The 'floral tributes were many and  beautiful the fallowing being; a list  of the offerings and the names ot  those   who  sent,   thorn:     - |  Wreathe:.       , }  Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos. Ttowbottom, j  Mr. and Mrs. " Ttobl. Swansnn, Mr. j  and Mrs. Jas. Caldwell. Mr. and j  Mrs.    .T.   Hamilton, Mt. ��������� Sicker,    Mr. jj  Under the patronage of His Honor, the Lieutenant-  Governor of British Columbia  sri imina. to m. ii  I Hrll M ill :il  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 Championship'  of British Columbia  CHAMBERLAIN'S  COUGH  REMEDY  ACTS ON NATURE'S PLAN <  The most successful medicines..,.are  those that aid nature". Chamber--  Iain's Cough Remedy acts on s-tliis  plan. Take it. when you have a cold  and it will allay the cough,, lelieve  the lungs, aid expectoration, open  tho secretions and aid nature in restoring thc system to a healthy condition. Thousands have testified to  ifs 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.  llCE!    ICES    ICE!  WiLl be Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays-  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders must he in by eleven o'clock on day of Delivery, ,  C  ���������v  ���������    Limited  | NANAiSVSQ^ B. C.  stead, tho requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six nionthe' 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 $10  per acre for soft coal and ."20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can he atifauired by one individual or company. Royalty at the  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds shall be collected oa the  gross output.  W..W.   CORY,  Deputy-of the Minister of Interior.  BOOTS &. SHOES-  U  REPAIRED   2  W.  SILER.  *ENEKAL LXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY DO*"..  Leave orders at tbe Abbots ford.  ���������"TF.am   .ir.vrnD  l"   HUNT SUi:i>     ROOMS  I  Ticket and Freight  Office, 75  Government Street.  2Tanscoiitinental  Trains Daily  The New Train  ORIENTAL LIMITED  Tbe Trai* of  Ease,   Elegance, Excellence.  Every  mile  a picture,   and  no smoke to spoil the   view.  Through Compartment,   Observation and Pullman  Sleepers;     also    Through    Tourist  Cars to Chicago.  At antic Steamship Business lo Europe  is our Specialty  Union    Terminals   with   all  Steamer lines.  Berth reservations hy wirel  Great Northern S.S. Co.  FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota and Da- j|  kota sail from Seattle for Ja- j|  pan and China ports at Ire- _$  ((-.uenr dates. Exact sailing -a  dates'can be secured upon application to any Great Northern representative. ||  S. G. YERKES, |  A.G.P.A.,  Seattle, Wash.;"*  E. R. STEPHEN, jjg  Gen.  Agent, Victoria. B.C.!  eSs_nm  f. and Mrs. Alainwarin_, Mr. and Mrs.  li. Forchm-r, Ladysmith, Mr. 'and  Mrs. <J. Chapman, (.artificial wreatbjj)  Mr. anil .Jlrs. Thos. Hardy, Mr. and  .Mrs. Jas. Uai'tly, Mr. and Mrs. A.  Carter,'Hit. Sicker, Mr. and Mrs. 11.  Jteifle, Mr. A. Turner, Mr. and Mrs.  II. Crew, Mr. John Graham, Mr. am"  Mrs. J3o\ iloekway, Ollicers and Mem  bcrs of Nana ii no Athletic Club, Mr.  .Jos. I'.yors, lilair &, Adam, Lady,  smith, Mr. Thos, Dyers, Mr, and  Mr. and Mrs. IX. L'rowso, Mr. and  Mrs.     A  Mrs.   J. Nejn,   Mr. and   Mrs. W. Edmunds.  Sprays.  Mr. tuncl Mrs.   Fred Meakin, Mr.  H.  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  'Regulations.  Any available Dominion Lands  .within the Railway Belt in British  Columbia, may be homesteaded by  any.'person who is the sole head of  ������ family, or any male over e gjuteen  yeara of age, to the extent of one-  quarter section 61 160    acres,    moire  or less.  Entry must he made personally at  the localllliind office for the district  In which the land is situate,  The homesteader is required to perform tbe conditions connected .there-,  .with    under   one    of the    following  plans:  (1) At least six months' resrdence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for  iJhree years.  (2) If the father, (or moUher, if the  father is deceased), of the homeatead-  ,r resides upon a farm In tho viclni-  ,ty of the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may bo  satisfied by such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land own-'  .1. A. REED,  Roberts St.   .Near 5th, Ave.      ������\  Jl SUULJULSL XSLSLSU  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Rates "-1.25 aud$1.50���������  r  Fro to all steamboat landings and  railway depotn. Electric cars every five  minutes to all partis of tho city. Bar  ���������und table unexcelled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  mt residence upon iaruu..K .������..��������� -     .nnf,Trp qm    VANfnTivi7R r   O  ed by him in the vicinity ofhtabome ABBOTT  Sf.,  VANCOUVER B, O,  ABB0TSF0RD  BAPSSUPPI.TUD WITT! m>>T  WINKS,' UQUOKS, CIGARS  A. J.iMcMIJRTRIB, Proprietor  Newly lltted up and  Furnished  LADYSftliTU,   .C  Good tables and good  Rooms  This  Hotel ha������   been completely       renovated.  Board a-d lodging',$1.00 per; dfcy.  L-    PRETORIK  JOHN TOA, Proprietor  Bar Supplied with the Best.  Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith D.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  p  VOIJ  WANT AGOOD���������  SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES FROi*l ALL POINTS  ���������MMMa>au������aM-rutt*M_H---a-MMBaMK-B_a~a-M^  ____���������������t���������__*_*___���������������__,w___a___������___i������_B_________������i_____^  For entry blanks, Prize L ists and other information,  Address,  A- J. Moriey, Mayor, President ��������� -��������� J.E.'Smart, Sejcrefay.;  -J  Crescents.  Mr.    'A.   Oliver,    Mr.   and Mrs.     T.  TayJor^  _Ir.   and   Mrs.   Jas.     Lanig-  h������nn.  . Crosses.  Mr.  a~.d Mrs.    Chas.  Allen,   .Ladysmith,  Mr.   and Mrs.   J.     Nicholson,  Mr.    and   Mrs.  S.  Hunter,   Ma-.     Ed.  Trumper,.  Globes.  Nanaimo  Rug-by     Football     Club,  "Mr. arid Mrs. Jas. Steele, Ladysmith  Air.  and Mrs. Mullholland   and   i'atn-  r.   Mt-Murtrie,   Ladysmith, (Hy.   "Ladysmith,    Mr.     and Mrs.      A.  C. Wilson,  Three   Links���������Mr,   ami    Mrs.    Samuel "Woodcock.  Sickle���������Mr. and Mrs.  Jas  Crossan.  Emblem���������St.  Cbiswoll,    Alv.   aiirl Mrs.    \V.    Suicler, j  MY.  and  Mrs.    G.   Johnston,    A.     C.  Ladysmith.  .Walters,   l.a.(I\smith,    J.    J.     Jones,  Ladysmith,    Jesse T.  "Evans,     Ladj*,  smith,    WiU'red  .VUenlu-ad, -Ladysmith  T.oquets.  Mr.  and Mrs.   S. Mollishaw, Lady-  Miiith,    Mr,   and  Mrs.   Wui.     Hardy,  Mr.   and  Mrs.   J.  Deeming,   Mr.    and  Mrs.    J.   J.   Bland,   Lnd.\ smith:    "Mr,  and Mrs. Fred  P.r.i'i'l'-y, Miss. Lillian  Taylor,    Arr.   and Airs.    J.   C.    Piper,  Mrs.   Jos.   "Ramsay,   Mr.    and     Airs  Jas. TVnser, Air. and AH-s.    Jasi Hail  dow.  John's Masonic   lodge  k lou in* Ml  tb sure yoar tickets rea  North Western Line  Then hit sure yoar tickets read   ������la  ths  The only line now making UNIOIS  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  aud MINNEAPOLIS with the  through traina from the Pacini  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LINE, TF  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWES'.'  RATES,   THE FASTEST  TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT".  j rid ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask yc  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General -Jgw'-  730 2ir*l Av������., Seattle.  THE HOO-HOO.  ssmatEjisss  Pir^t Class  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN FIRST AVENUE.  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at    the office     on Roberts   Street ai^  oay Water     Rates, between the 10th    and the 25th of each month.  Office Hours I P. M. 4,30  T.J BLAND..  SUPERINTEND '-XN5I  .,11..i  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEEN  9  mohtreVl7quebeg;!;  POBTiaiD, BOSTON,  Ami tiie Pvludpal Business Centers of  Ontario,, Quebec, and the  EtfJantBiine Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AUD  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGAR*1. FALLS.  Fov Time fiiblim. cto., nQilrc. . '  .  HJ  CEO. W. VAUX,  Aaslatiint Ocn'l PassciiRCT nnd Tlclcct Agent  13S ADAMS St.. CHICAGO, U.L  Vancouvcr, B.C., Sept. 7.���������AA-joint  concatenation of. the menri'bers of the  Order of Hoo-1-Ioo in the Districts of  Oregon, Washington and British Col-  uniibia, will be held in Seai/tle, Wash  on Saturday, to celebrate Iloo-Iloo  Dj.v, which occurs on Sunday, September Dl/li, it being the ninth day,  of the ninth month of thc year.  This concatenation has been decided  on by the Sn-arks ol the districts  above mentioned, owing to thc fact  that very few of the members residing on the Pacific Coast will be able  to attend the Annual/whichi is being  held in Oklahoma City, Okla.  The Committee in charge of the ar-  ruiigwments for thc concatenation land)  entertainment of the visitors has  written to Snark J. D. Moody of  this city, advising him that it would  undoubtedly be the largest meeting  of the order on the coast, since the  Annual, which was held in Portland,  Ore-, last year, during the pi ogress  of thc Lewis & Clark Exposition,  and they trust that all members in  this city, New Westminster and Victoria who can possibly do so will  endeavor to he on hand at Seattle  next Saturday. Special rates in connection with this "concat" will be  arranged for and particulars can be  obtained from Snark J. D.. Moody,,  of this city.  One of the principal features of the  concatenation will be the full   working of  the Ceremonies Order as   fan'  as possible; also the special exemplification work in the initiation of can  didatcs at that  time.     During   this  session an invitation will be extended to the  Annual  being held in  Oklahoma to  hold the  Annual  of 1909  in  Seattle,   Wash.,  during the     progress of      the    Alasica-Yukon-Pacilic  Fair,    which is to be held in    that  ���������  city. '.  NO CHANGE.  Dad (severely)���������And look here Ethel, you must'nt encourage that young  man to stay so late every night..  It's disgraceful- What does your  mother say about it?  Ethel���������She says men haven't alter-,  ed a bit, Dad.���������'Ally Sloper.        ,  r', ��������� '^A.u-ri-J cri���������J_ff^\^i,iUA-^l^i^JA_(i^^jtjify^  _<____������ _^vj_eua������U'U������AM-%rr-w';_������_i^bn  jsmmsmssmm  i',i  -r?"  Pli!B!!-FB_B!!B!  irs^^-A^TSitj  . >  TH3 LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  .*������. .���������������. jK .������������������. .���������***���������. .������. .**.. .-I-, .<���������������- _������������������������. jf. .*������. .*������, f*r, .fr. .t, ���������*_"���������*. tT, ,T] rti r1*l ttl ttl it*l itl it".    *f*  *V *4? *V *V *v lv lX'l*' *V '& ���������l lV *+' **' '*I*J l* lV,+, **J 4* l+ M*' l*J ,+J *V ���������+���������* j >  I THE BEST MINING SHOES  Shoes that Wear &  GIVE   SATISFACTION  AT REASONABLE PRIGESI  I  ,<^A**V'yv>������*^-i������^v*vvvj'vvvv������v w������>yv>  CraveHette  Waterproof  COATS  fBICKLE'S  5mith, Fotos,  Z-'-f'KECPINS     y"2i.   }  That's All!  Local Items  Mrs. H. Ward was a jiassengcr on  .this morning's train for Victoria.  eslirig career being for 35 years'.gold I  comuiissionor for Cariboo. A wid-.  ow, throe daughters and two sons |  mourn his loss.  Mr. M. Bray, of the bank staff, returned from Nanaimo on the morning train.  . Mr. Walter Jones returned on the  morning train from Nanaimo, where  he had been on a business trip.  Mr. A. Smith, of 'the Ladysmith  Hotel, spent last night in Nanaimo,  returning on the nine o'clock train  rthis morning.  .We have just received diicct ,* from  .the Old Country a shipment of McGregor's Football Shoes. Ladysmith  Hardware Co.  The British Columbia Gazette of  this Province contains the following  notice:  "His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in Council has been pleased to  appoint the under-mentioned persons  Lo be Commissioners for talcing Affidavits in the Supreme Court, for  the purpose of acting under the  "Provincial Elections -Act" in' thc  Electoral Distiicts in which they reside. Such appointments will expire  on lhe 31 si day  of December, 190C.  Nelson Citv Electoral District-  George A. li.' Hall, Albert K. Wat-  tie and Edward Ferguson, all,of Nelson.  Rcvelstolcr Electoral District.��������� J.'  K. McLean, of St. Leon Hot .Spring'*.  Victoria City Electoral District.���������  Thomas .John While Hick, of Viclo-  r in.  Vancouver City Electoral District  ���������George King, of Vancouver.  Fairbanks,    Sept.    6.���������Robert    Miller has confessed  tbe  theft   of      the  froili   the   strong     box  Thc King has approved the appoint  merit of Colonel John Batten to be  lieu tenant of the county of Dorset  in place of the late Earl of Ilchester.  The Prince of Wales has consented  to become the president of the Royal  Society of St.   George.,  ' Want "Ads*  i *  WANTED���������Fifty  (50)  cords 'of   good  dry Wood.  11. LEE& CO.,  Ladvsmilh Rakcry.  Smoke Little B Clears.  ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������V  X New Fall U  in  NOTICE.  I  will not be responsible for   any  debts   contracted    by    Oscar Motti-  shaw without my written order.  S.   MOTTISIIAW.  Nanaimo,  R.C.,  August 22, 100C.  Ask  for Capital and Nugget Cigars  WANTED ��������� Girl  for general house,  work.     Apply,  MRS. RALPIL.WRIGHT"  moke a Big B Cigar.  Three more names have been added  to the  list    of contributors  towards .  the fencing of    the    sports grounds,   &old    stolen  today.     Their  names  will  be    "bund   on   the  steamer      Tana/na   while  the  At the  foot of  thc list. * treasure    was being shipped    outside  " 'in   June.   'T,as>t   night   he tool";     the  Shell Beach is now deserted as   a   ..olice   to 'the  pla(.e ^,_crc  the  stuff  camping resort for this summer,   as  thc last party  of camiicrs, Mr.   and   WttS hlddea'������f(-^' tho robbery.  Mrs.  IT. Ward, moved over   to    \\\e      Tw'> J*l'"-"'Ls      or nine biielos     ear-h  city yesterday. ' iu,_  ,3een   made   near   the   graveyard  on   the    oasL side    uf  thu   ciL-y.      Oikj  Mr.  W.   A.   Cornwall,  manager   of)0adu.   U.IS ,oliniJ   in._t.u   Thc  olboi.  the local bank,    returned  last even- hd_   |i0il���������     Umpurefl  wiL1._  t,vldl!nUy  ing from   a holiday  trip to   Albcrni.  by  _,,���������,,���������   ^   aS  ,h0  bri^_     we,���������  found in l������u lot.*., ono under some  Ijo.\'.*- I>nI lniijg suit.-.. Jt is believed  tbe bricks were too heavy for tho  youngsters lo handle. The second  lot was under the ,warehouse at the  railway d.'pol.  "Miller    searched   industriouslj,    but  could   only   find     two   ujt   lhe     latter  We guaiaii1.ee    every   Garment.'  Cood vaiiety of'-'colors in Men's  Boys' and Youths'.  IVIen's from  $10 TO $20.00  '���������" ' Boys' from '  $5.00 TO $8.5o  FOR SALE���������$300 buys a. -1-roomed  cottage, situated between Third  and Fourth Avenues, Roberts St.  For particular's, apply, between the  hours of 5 and 6 p.m.    -  R. WILLIS. o-l  4  ���������  Walters S  i  Men head I  ^^^A*V^^*V*A>wivvvv\M>V*V  Mr. Cornwall   reports thc little town  as being in  a  prospeious condition,  ���������and    the    residents    are confidently  "looking forward to good times there  There will be a meeting of lhe  sports grounds commit lee at 7:'*.0  .this evening at the Stomp of J. \V.  Steele. All members or thc committee are    requested to  attend.      The  jiia.ro.    Thirteen bricks   are still mi*.  Havana, Sept. C.���������While the'peace  projects have caused 'a general suss  pension of revolutionary occupations, no appreciable progress towards anything like a satisfactory  im/lcrstniLirliiig has been made. The  Liberal leaders insist Hint it is un'  just to regard tbem as insurgents  and assert that they are merely aeelv-  ing for peace at the same time declaring that 'not only musl the terms  of peare be bet ter than heretofore  talked 'of, but that there must, be  some unri_iuer't ionablo j'.uai.'inteu Hint  the terms will be, curried out to thc  loiter. The "Moderates meanwhile  continue    in  a   wniliner attitude  SPORTS GROUND , .  '     SUBSCRIPTION LIST.  Hugh Thornley.  N. A. Morrison.  T,  O'Conneii.  J. Sanderson.  J.  Eno.  D. O'Conneii.  J. C. Gillespie.  Wm. Sanderson-  It.  McMillan,  W. S. Morrison.  Jas.  Adam.  James Dunbar.  John O'Conneii,  C. Hewlett.  Ed. Leahy,  W.  Akenhcad.  W.  Siler.  D. Johnson.  IT. Hewlett.  A. Michie.  Thos. Lewis.  Jno Dunbar.  Eddie Jones.  Tom White.   '  R. M.iguire.  Tl. El Us.  DRESS GOODS,  MILLINERY,  CLOTHING  and various other articles of  DRY GOODS  are  arriving daily from Uie cast  um_msaBss_____^____t__mhWEmsmm  We invite0 you to Call and Inspect  Our Stock. a Everything marked in  Plain Figures  $imon Seher A X������c,  LIMITED  Minard's  Liniment   Cures Dandrun.  COMMON SENSE AND  GOOD ADVICE  committee is composed of the follow,  ing: Messrs White, Sanderson, Coin-  "wall,  Steele,   Thoinlcv and  Adam.  We have just, received direct liom  thc Old Count-iy a shipment if "McGregor's Football Shoes. Ladysmith  Hardware Co.  Evidently thc rain on tne Mainland has heen plentiful dining the  past few days, as a repent reached  here this morning that at present  .there is seven fett of water running  over the Capilauo dam, from which  (the city of Vancouver secures its  ."water supply.  . The Colonist ol today contains the  following: The death occurred at the  rfaniily residence. No. *10 Fe.rnwood  rroad, yesterday evening, of John  Rowron, the well'.known Cariboo  miner.     Deceased had a most inter-  sL������g, but it is believed Miller was  unable to t'nd tbem onl> bee** -.e. of  his confusion.  Uliller iiiiplu .ilea but one confederate, Gc-orge J'nphael, whom he bitterly denounces for squealing, say  in'.*: lhat Raphael had shown his  true colors by stealing ihioc bricks  from   him.  "Miller's reason for the robbery  Mas lhat he would as soon be known  as n tbier as a vaiter. *. lie, noticed  the carelessness- in, handlfuig the.  Irensurc shipinenls, and decided  lhat the chance of stealing a consignment was well worth taking. TTo  is unusually 'well educated, is. of  good parcrtilage and has lield high  positions in big California mercantile   concerns.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandrun.  Good Tilings for Breakfast    |  Try Our-  Ogiivies Wheat Granules  For Breakfast which makes a Delicious Breakfast Food  6 Pound Bags '35-Cents'  Quaker P uf f ed. R ice  2 Packages, for 25 Cents  It is encouraging to read in the  "St. Louis 'Medical and Suigical  Journal," one of the leading medical journals of the United States,  the following arguments regarding  medicine:  "No sane physician will condemn a  drug or medicine because an overdose results unfavorably, for if we  did wc might better quit the practice of medicine than to treat patients with drugs so inert that overdoses will never do harm. Any drug  or medicine which is safe if taken  according to the directions on the  package, is a' safe remedy in thc  sense in which the word "safe" is  used in medicine."  That is thc only safeguard for cither the doctor's prescription or the  patent medicine; to be safe it must  he taken according to directions.  "notice^"  Boots and Shoes made and repair-,  ed. Contracts taken for clearing  land.  HOP SING  FLETCHER BLDCi. ist. AVENUE  Wc arc still in t,!Ve Wall Paper .ind  Paint Rusiiress, and are selling slathers of it, which shows that our  prices are right and give good satisfaction.   .   .  If you wish to do your own Pointing or Paper-h:rt._-i���������g, make your  Picture Frames and Furnituie look  new, conic arid have a talk with us  and we will cheerfully give you any  information that you desire and  make your task easy.  LADYSMITH WALL PAPEB DEPOT  Harry Kay, Proprietor  None Better���������Capital & NuggetCigrars  ���������  ^-wffiriffwiff-ff-TOww itfwnfiirm^FTJFTtFTTfmwwu?^  ������=��������� , When ordering your MEAT don't forget to - =3  ^ call on us. We keep nothing but the BEST j^  5_~ that the Market, can afford and guarantee _s  ������ SATISFACTION ..  "   '        ���������    3  BEEF A������ IHClB.l  B A. HOWE H  B MEAT   MARKET _5  ���������  ���������  *���������  -���������'  mss  mmMf_m_msi������-_tmss_m_t.  "Smith,** "Clabrough/'  "Parker/' "Remirigton"  and "Winchester'* Guns  ���������������aMMpi,~-~~*-B~-<-t*--?__H_______Hn__M______u_H____raM'''-^^  FULL    STOCK  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  i__������__������'**E__"!__"a^^  FIRST CLASS  W. G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  Suits ' Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  ���������^���������ACT-'g-MS^^  ���������il  H  4  Dr. ' ���������>.- can be found at any time  at his orrfice on Gratacre street. His  dental work la guaranteed to be first-  class, and  rates  reasonable.  Minard's    Liniment for sale   every!  where.  REST YOUR EYES  If your eyes tire easily, you need glasses. Does the type become  bluricd'.' If so you need glases. 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.-relief.  We make no charge for exa ��������� mutation and    can supply you   with  GLASSES   : '.    FROM $1.50 AND UP  B FORCIMHiER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  IK!5aBECT3aK~i!*������aa"M  KJUULSLSLAJUULAJU  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������J^iVW^  FOR TO DAY  I Beef, Miitton,  Veal and Pork  _���������_.. G. PAN NELL  GA TA CRE ST.        LADYSMITH  m . ���������  m  #  mi  $2o.oo to $24.oo Suits for $18.00  $24.00 to $28.00 Suits for $20.00'  Tweed & Worsted Pants $3 & Up ,  $ -Ql-SZZS liti* '^Jl 's^' HSx    "^i^  I will be in Ladysmith every  Sunday prepared to take  or  iters for���������-���������-^���������- ���������"  UP-TO DATE JAILOR  MADE   CLOTHIS  and 'Guarantee Satisfaction  3:3-SSSre-rK&'g;  We  are  making a  Big Re-  . duetions in.the Price of our  Clothing for next jriohth  so  this is your chance   to call  and'see  me  Wilt beat the  Ladysmith    Hotel  1'very  Sunday  m  CHARLIE HOY & Co. 27 Store 'Street������������������VICTORIA"   ������*  Formerly Charlie Dniin tt Co. ' ,������;a  m

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