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Array 7/*sr  SEP 23 19C  EDGER  VOL.,*  SATURDAY,  SEPT.   15,  1900.  PRIOE FIVE GBN-TS  3B3?  mill  8PP0SE CHARGE  OF INSAHITY  Seattle, Sept. 15.���������Yesterday's session .of     the commission named    by  "Judge Fratcr.of-the superior court  to examine into the sanity of Mrs.  Maud Crefeld and Esther Mitchell,  'charged with the murder of George  Mitchell, developed the fact Mint the  work of tlie physicians will still require a number of days more. The  state,' through Prosecuting Attorney  John F. Miller, will make a strong  opposition to the women hieing declared, insane-and will introduce considerable evidence in rebuttal of that  - already taken in support- of the insanity theory. Mr. Miller made this  statement1 to the commission yesterday and' said that when the testimony called in by the commission  had been taken he intended to introduce witnesses for this purpose.  These, he said, ��������� Will include physicians who made examinations of the  , ���������*  women immediately after their arrest following the murder of Mitchell and of- others who have; been in  a position to, see and study the women since their arrest. '  It  was  thought  that  tlie  commission might end  its labors yesterday  but only a short session was    held  and only one witness was exanni-ned  ���������: %.   As showing the quick returns to bo  obtained from advertising, at noon  today we had instructions to insert  a. "Lost" notice, stating that a  gold watch, and chain had been lost.  Hardly had the notice been put in  type, and before -the paper was on  the press, we receiv-ed word to take  ^ out 'the ..notice, as the - watch had  been found. 'So much "for advertising.     - ^       ./.-.:''        .     ,-  " ,:i    ���������;������������������������-���������-���������"*������������������    . ,.  There have been many stories of  wounded grouse getting safely away  from local hunters since the opening  of the hunting, season, but to-day  comes the firjst story of a dead  duck walking off. This morning Mr.  Williamson cut, or at least thought  he cut, a duck's head oft' with an  axe. Dropping the .bird, Mr. Williamson walked into the front part  of his shop, where he deposited his  books, which he had just, brought  down from the house, and then returned to the duck. All that remained of the latter, however, was  a little blood upon the floor, and a  ''iquack! qruacla!" floating in from the  back yard. Upon investigation it  was found that the bird's bead had  only been partially severed, and another operation   was necessary.  S. L. Jones, of Seattle, and Samuel -������. J/ackson, of Kyi'nsas City,,.!Mis-  souri, in company with Hon., Jesse  A. Frye, of Seattle, have recently  incorporated under Hie Laws of the  State of Washington, tlie Washington Lumber and Tim-bcr Company,  with a capital of $50,000. The purpose of this organization is the  wholesaling of lumber, also to xc.il  in timh-f-r lands and to������en!gH&e in log,!  ging and' manufacturing.  GuMIM  Of VALENCIA WRICK  Noah Day, Sept. 15.���������II.'S. Noicc,  a Georgetown undertaker, and Geo.  Everett, sent out by the Building  Trades union of Seattle, "to bring  the remains of victims of the Valencia wreclc buried on Vancouver Island in temporary graves, arrived  in Neah Ray yesterday with nine bo  dies on the  tug Sea Lion.  Tlie nine caskets ' containing remains and one empty one were placed on the beach at .Neah Ray Indian agency .to he'put onboard the  revenue cutter Graii-t when she. should)  arrive from the scene of the .wreck.  The Grant arrived today, having'on  board one' more of' the remains  .which had to be loft.the day ,before  on account" of high seas. '   ���������  There are' now ten bodies on "the  cutl.-r which will arrive in Seattle  tomorrow. The bodies that had to  be altjaii'doncd on ��������� -account of the  rough water' will he shipped to Seattle by way of Victoria by steamer.  The surf-' at Ncah Bay was very  high when the 'Grant arrived today  and it-was thought lor a time that  tlie caskets left on the beach by the  sea could not be taken off till to*  morrow. But with the use of a  canoe and two Indians expert with  the paddle the caskets were taken-  one at a time from ihe beach and*  delivered to the cutter's boat beyond the, surf.  This task seemed very hazardous  to anyone hjot a -Neah Indian. Fran*.  Smith, a Makah, and Marry Oalifor-*  itia, a Quillayute, performed the difficult task, with the canoe, for which  they .should, be given credit.  Mr..Noicc ,;uid Mr! .I0vej|-tt stoppe*  with II.' G. I fart,' the operator . for  the local weather' b'ureau^oilice while  waiting the arrival of the Grunt.    ',  PLAN FOR A  NEW STEAMSHIP LINE  TO NEW MEXICO  The Winnipeg Free Press just     to  hand,  says:  GAVIN SPENCE-  NANNIE STRACHAN  -*+*-  Miss Nannie Strachan and Mr. Ga-  AMERICAN  REEI Will  SURROUHD CUBA  Washington,   Sept.   1<1.���������-It   appears  Captain Worsnop,     0������  vil1 Spcucc passed t-lnoufth   on     the'that within a short time an   effective  London,   Eng., was in  the city   this ' morning train from Nanaimo,   whore _ fleet of eight  naval yussels  will  sur  morning returning from a trip to they entertained last evening. On  Mexico where he has been in conncc-' Monday night they' appear in Se-  tion with the proposed steamship attic, ' Hoarding the midnight train  route from Vancouver. In conversa- after their engagement on the re-  lion with a Free Press reporter he'turn trip to La-dysinith, where they  said: We have decided to open the' are booked for ,Tucsday evening, la  service during the month of March speaking of tlie concert in Nanaimo  and it will be monthly from Van- last evening, this morning's Herald  couver to  ports of    Mazatlan,  Man-'says:  zanillo, Accapulco, Santa Cruz, and] Tho Gaiviu Spcnee.-Nanmo Strachan  some of the smaller ports. It is ' Scottish concert iu the Presbyterian  not yet decided what the line will j Chlirch was attended by an alKlienco  be called   .but,p,-ob4>ly-something iriJwh.ch n,Icd  Lh(J olmoRl  eluding  the  words ,Cann-rlirn,  Mexico  ,,*,,,,      r ,,      ,       ,   ,    ,  ......i   h���������..;r���������.    :��������� a   '   +       i* .*���������       ��������� .  'the whole body or the riiur-.li last ev-  aml, Pacific,   in  order  to   distinguish  it from the C.P.R.'s other lines. Tho  enlnff  number of steamers'will ijg regelated  by  the' traffic but  there   will be   at  least  three    to    start with and as  many as  arc needed ,to maintain   a  sang before* a local audience, it,was  Mr. Spence visited Ivanniino four  years ago, but last evening* was tins  first    time   that Miss.   Strachan  ever  monthly service.  "There     is a  splendid  market-    in  Alexico for all   lines of Canadian-pro  a programme ol .song and ytory U>at  was furnishe'd, and the two artists  captivated   all   listeners.   Miss.   Stra*  duce and manufactures. The Mexi-|chan sang aniong other numbers the  cans want boots, dressed leather, ,.ScotUsh Bm, 1Jell> ..Callol. lTerrin..  cheap  lines of clothing and blankets,  agricultural implements, flour and  tinned goods. The outlook for the  Hour tiade is^vcry large and though'  at first it will no doubt jbe in lower grades, the Spanish people oi the  upper    classes  "Caming- Thro   the Pye.      All  .these  time-hoaored   selections    were   ' given  ; in  splendid  voire  and  the  largo  audience    were  so  entranced    with     the  sweet voice of  the singer that   thej,  are    fond  of    white' demanded  encores  after  every    selec-  hread and a  more or, less   extended  tion-  trade can    ibe    worked up in     high'    Mr: Spence 'told a number oj> droll  class flours. ', j Scottish jokes,   und in his recitation  "There.is   practically  no    raijway  of the story '-Jessie's Dream of   the  service to the west coast  in Mexico. Relief of Lucknow,"- was encored  re-  Kverythin-g must go by  water,   ,aiid peatedly.,        "    '  it is  just as cheap  to send it from,   The d-Jcls rcxldci.cti, wcre a,so iwja-*_  Canada  as from the United   States;   .., .  .   ,    ,,    ,,,-.,      ,    , ,,  .     ..                       ,     ,��������� .        -  ,- >   Uly   appreciated,   the "Crooked Jiaw-  and   there    is     no  'favored na.tion'-L    ,,,.   . *      ,",  ,       ,     ,   ,  ..    ^_.._.������ .     -,,   . 'bee    beinjj ably rendered  by the tal-  1 en ted'  artists  in a manner that call-  i������p-  round Cuba and they will -be manned  by marine contingents making good a  deficioncy in the ec],uipnient 'of the  I leaver. In addition to the Denver  the New Haven and Pes Moines already aro cruising- the Florida straits  from Key West for that port. The  Marietta probably is at Cienfuegos  (hough, interrupted telegraph lines  makes it diflicult for her to report.  The Dixie with :tttO marines aboard  is making* all haste from Guantan-  amo for . the . Cuban Capital while  in home ports the Taconia is about  to sail for Cuba from Norfolk ' to  be followed _y tomorrow by the  Cleveland anil the Newark at the  same- port,' and the Minneapolis at  League rsland arc taking 'on stores  with all speed under,preparatory orders.  ABOHY  FROM H. M. i.  !  ���������*++*-  clause in -the  Mexican tariff, so'that  (he outlook for new- markets is very!  tsood,   ' Coming,   back-the steamers |od forUl   round aground of  will bong cargoes of sugar,' raw and Plauso  As a result of his team running  away this forenoon, Mr. Dave .Johnson arrived at the blacksmith shoj>  with the tongue of his wagon, ami  requested Mr. Wright to put sonm  wheels on it. The tongue wan  about all that was left of the wagon.  SHIPPING  NOTES  The Queen City, under charter -by  Provincial Minerologist Camiiclvael,  was in at the local wharves for  coal today. The steamer is on her  way north where the.party will look  ���������into tfmihter lands, etc., in the" interest of the government.  The Otter and scow were also in'  port for coal, while the tug Clay-  burn is in .with the hulk Japan,  which is lo-den with coal for tAltaska.'  The other visitors at the wharves  today are the Robert. Kerr and tug  Hope. S.S. Elleric has completed  her cargo of sacked coal, and is now  taking on bunker coal.  -   NEWS NOTES OK  DUNCAN.  John Stewart, of Ladysmith! was  in   town   for a  day  this  week.  It. h). Brett, of Victoiia, visited  Duncan on Wednesday.  Mr. W. II. l'ljyw-.ud lci't on Monday for a tiip cast of the mountains.  Mr. U. II. Dickie left on Monday  last for Portland Canal to look after his interests iu some in in nig pro-  jierty   he  has  tliete.  Light frosts the fore part of the  week killed cucumbers, smiash and  pumpkin vines, but were not severe  enough to injuie other vogieta-bles  and  fruit.  'Mi. II. b\ Carter, of Croflon, and  Mr. lircakspeas, ol iSomoiios, are  camping up at the scuts, this week.  Mr. 11. Kenst paid them, a visit on  Wednesday  and  Thursday.  Mr.   John   Bryden,     S'r.,    Mr.   R.  i-iryden aiid  Miss    Bryden    went   to  Cowiohan  Luke  on  Thursday   last.  Mr. Win. Gidley visited the company's logging c.nnp during the week  and reports good work being done.  He says Mr. Vipond is putting lots  of timber in the water.  Somcnos Church was the scene on  Wednesday aftei'it-oon lust of an' interesting wedding, when a number of  friends gntheied to witness the marriage of Air. l-\ fl. Stanton and  Aiiss K. 1C. Palmer. The ceremony  was. performed iby the; yen. Archdeacon Scriven and Rev. J. Leakey.  The ���������'bride and bridegroom were the  recipients of many useful and valuable presents. They left by the evening train for Victoria where tho  first part  or the honeymoon -will   bo  spent at the Oak Buy Hotel.   ,���������. ^_^���������,���������. ,_j_ ,  AFRICAN PIGAIiY  .CAGED  WITH  APES  New .York,   Sept.   15.���������The   Times  says    a    committee    of. the    colored  Baptist    ministers'    conference    will  call on the    Mayor today on behalf  The entertainment  was   brought  to  a close  by     singing      of An Id   Lang  refined, oranges and bananas,   coffee,  liigJi-g-Tade hardwoods,   green   hides,  and barks* for tanning. jSyne, and God Sa-.e the,Kingf l"     '  "I am  just on my way  to ,  Eng-1   It is safe   to   state that the enter-  land   to  discuss  the  details of     the'tanmenft    give-m last night   by    Mr.  DRUGG-IST MADE  FATAL MISTAKE  London, Ont., Sept. 15.-���������Mrs. Jno.  Labatt, wife of John Labatt, the  .brewer, died this evening*rfrom strychnine poisoning. The poison -was  contained in medicine, placed there  in - mistake by a clerk in a local  drug store,  Mrs. Livbatt was a .daughter of tlie  late Henry Sackvillc Browne, retired)  ofliccr of the East, Indies company,  and was /born at Kingston, Jamaica. Her children are: John S., Dora,   Hugh    F.,  Mary,  Ismond,     and   man3' wrecks  aTld which had bceri Bc  Like a voice from an ocean grave  blown landward on the driving spindrift, comes word of the ill-fated Co������  dor, which, was swept from mortal  ken in the gale that wrought such  havoc along juese coasts early iu December of 1901.  Purser-Alex. Ferguson of the Amur,  tliat atrived in Vancouver from the  North, brings the message doiwn frcjiu  Heriot Bay which calls to maid one  of those..stonies of Uie sea which are  so often a nine days v> onder whiilo  they last and are j then swallowed up  in that for^clfulluicsb which is a  characteristic of a busy vworld. This  message is iii the shape oi a lifebuoy picked up by some miners on  the shore of Jieriot liay anil which  upon inspection proved to be one of  the life-saving belts from the ill-  starred cruiser.  It will be remembered that tlre^Con  dor sailed from Esquimau!t jn   company  with  the Warspile  on the morn  ing  of  December   2nd,   1901  en route   ,  to Honolulu  and has nervcr been seen  ���������r heard of since.  'On the   following  night  a teriflic gale     blfcw   off    th������  coast   'an(d      the   two   ships    parted  c������Tipa������y.      It was     not umtil   January, 12th, 1902, that fears began to   l  bo entertained as   to  (ho     warship's,  safety,  and  although the, authorities  were   oitliniistic  and   thought     every  thing   wouiu   (urn   out   alright     and  that,   she   would   report   at   Honolulu ���������  in dime, there were those   who   vrero  sure   that    she  had   gone   down   '   in.  the       terrible      storm wh'i*h caused  Jean, at home.- Tlie following, are  step-daughters: Airs. A. D. Scratch-  erd, Mrs. Hume Cronyn and Miss  Lena Labatt.  ��������� , ^���������.-  VICTORIA'S   WATER  SUPPLY.  line with my associates there none  oi whom have been in .this country.  "It is ten years since I visited  Winnipeg i though not that long since  I passed through it. I made a stay  of a week ten- years wgo, ftiidi thou'g-D  Winnipeg was a straggling place  then to what it is today, I was so  impressed then with the possibilities  of the wltole Canadian west that I  have never ceased to urge the development of the west coast. Winnipeg is a wonderful city and must  have a great  future before it.  "To my thinking, Canada is the  greatest colony of the.British Crown  She is an empire in herself, and not  even the United States has within  her borders the possibilities for    be-  Spence and  er been excelled  eral all  over   the coast..  The  Condor  was a brand new ship,  and   this   was   her   initial " comtthiss-  on   so   that   no  definite  idea   - could  be formed as   to her ability  to .weather a   big storm.     She" was  of tho  Among the visitors in the city yes- ^ 01' wcl1 dbcKca sloo*l3S' vcry*  1 Miss. Strachan has nev- lei day, says the Winnipeg Free Pjres^ J h'gh forward and aft, and very  -died in this   city.    It  was   were^Anilrew Slieret Jand Aid. Dav.cy, flow   amidships, thus   making,it   im-  r>ost,iblc to throw oh'-seas breaking o\cr her as readily as if she  was    of  the  flush decked style.      She  a rare   treat  indeed and    should    the  of Victoria, B.C., who are on     their  clever   entertainers  ever   'gi\e   Nana-  way  to attend   blie sovereign     grand  itno    an*othcr call   1 hey can   rest      assured    of a bumper house.  CANADIAN APPLE  GROWERS  ARE SLOW  Vancouver,   Sept.   14.���������Apples  from  the  States      of   Washington,   Oregon  coming  a   self-sustaining  nation that  an(i California,   three thousand cases,  Canatia  has." Qr a hundred and lifty  tons of .them  are today being loaded on the Canadian-Australian liner Jliowora, that  is scheduled to sail tomorrow after-,  noon for Sydney. The entire consignment   is billed    to  Sydney.  American apples, by reason of tlie  Viiu with which, they are pushed in  San Francisco, Sejit. 14.���������Steve thtf Australian market Jiave a large  Adams, who ha-*, been held at Boise, c������le there every year and not a Brit  Idaho,   since   Saturday,  charged   witk ish    Columbia    apple   is    shipped   for  HELD AS  WITNESS   ���������**-.*������������������%���������'  the murder ������f Lyte Gregory, iu Dem-  ver, was discharged in the justice  court   yesterday   afternoon,  on      nio-  eompctitiou. Despite Ihe fact that  Canada maintains a trade ag-qnt in  Australia   Canadian  applegrowers   ap  tion of the comity attorney;   .Admits pern* to  be to apathetic   to  take ad-  of  Ota  Ben-g-a,    the  African pygmy,   ,        ..,, , ...      ,      .    .  ,.  ...i ���������   ������������������   ^,.;���������~     ���������^.i *. *j   .,       *iT       o-i���������     he   will   be  kept   within   tlie   jurisdic  who  is ,foe lag   .exhibited-, with     the  was immediately   re-arrested by She  "it.  ill'  Sutherland,   of   Shoshone   County,  Idaho,   charged  with   the  killing      of  "John   Doe," Tyler, in St.   Joe conn  ty,  Idaho,   in  August,   190-1.      Tyler  was   found     murdered  ou   his  timber  claim.       Adams   was    taken,  back  to  the   penitentiary.   Detective   McPhaa--  load   accompanying   the   officers 'who  had  him  in  custody,   If   Adams  can  be held* under  this charge of mur4e  monkeys at' the Bronx Zoological  park. The ministers will ask the  mayor -to save the little African  from'what they term "the degrading;  exhibition" of a human being in a  cage disporting himself with apes.  The decision was arrived at yesterday after a conference-at the Mount  Olivet Baptist church. The commiit-  tee was headed by J. IL G-ordon,  superintendent of the Howard orphan asylum in Brooklyn.  tion of the Idaho courts, and will  be available, as witness against Atoy  er, Haywood and Pettibono, charged with the murder of former Goy-  ernpr 'Frank  Steunenberg.  THE LIM.IT.  Dora���������Never tell 'Flora any secrets/  Cora���������Can't she keep them.  ���������Dorat���������Keep  them?     Why,   that girl  tells  people her    right age.��������� Cleveland Leader.  vantage of ttieir opportunities in tlii*j  trade, and have allowed the Americans to cut the ground from under  them.  Tho Miowera will lakv. but a <-"-i1'-  go of approximately eighteen hundred tons of miscellaneous freight..  She .will have about three .hundred  tons of California potatoes and oaf  ons, several carloads of automobiles  from LaMsing, Mich., paper from Quebec pulp mills, plows and other agricultural machinery from Ontario,  drugs and> some two'thousand cases  of British Columbia salmon consign-  d   to  Sydney.  lodge of blie I.O.O.F. They expect  to he -away about two months. Alir.  Davey inquired about the water  /cfuestion in Winnipeg, stating that  that was the ali-engrossing subject  in Victoria at present. A private  corporation has secured control of  the present source and all the important available supplies, and the  city i.s facing a serious situation.  The price asked by this company is  considered as high, and the present  supply i.s inadequate for a city any  larger, than Victoria is at present.   ���������%.  VICTORIA GIVES  ROYAL WELCOME  10 LORD ORtY  OPTIMISTICAL.  For the third consecutive time the  neck of the fowl had ibeeii served to  the new  boarder.  '���������'Anyway," he remarked to -his  neighbor, "I'm glad it's chicken instead jM-f an ostrich."���������:Chicajfe)b News.  Victoria, B. C, Sept. 14.���������(Special.)���������tlis JS^cellcncy the Governor  General and Countess Grey and  party arrived by the D.G.S. Quadra at' -1 o'clock today from Vancou  ver and landed at the C, P. R. dock.  Aguard of honor from the Fifth.reg  iinent received His Excellency with  the customary royal salute.  After inspecting the guard, the  ,\ ice-regu\.l party entered carriages and  drove ta the entrance of the parlia.  men I. buildings where the civic address of welcome was read by Mayor Motley.  The Governor-General in his reply  thanked the citizens for their enthusiastic welcome, and made spec,  ial reference to the glorious sunshine and beautiful skies which had  added so much to the enjoyment of  both himself and Lady Grey and  suite. ' The party re-entered their  carriages amid the cheers of tho  throng that filled government sqtuaro  and were driven to the Government  house,   the  entire  route   being    gaily-  carried   a completment of about 140.  On January 23 word was brought  by the United States cruiser Grant,  that. llarkley Sound Indians had  found a boat which was thought to  be one of the chip's life-boats', but  this was ai'tej wards found to belong* to a sailing vessel that was  wrecked on the beach two nailer  oast of Capo (Deale. Ou Juanary 21  the schooner Manilla reported having  seen wreckage about 200 miles out  of fiopolulu. Upon several occasions > during the following, 'three  months, wreckage supposed to be  from the missing ship wagy fouad 'but  no definite surely that any of it  really was, and this relic picked up  at Heriot liay is the first direct  messag-e.   from  the   disaster.  Srrange\ to say another buoy was  found at the same place and almost at the same time which comet as another rnll fiom the dead.  This one is from the Urislol, one of  the Dunsiuuir colliers, which wa-i  wrecked on/a reef, off Port Simpson  during   the   same  storm.  And  thus  the      sea   gives    up  dead  that .are in it.  tho  PRESIDENT OF  CUBA MAY  RESIGN OFFICE  Havana, Sept., 1.4.���������Rumors to the  effect that President Palma purposes to resig-n, continue to, be. circu'lat  ed. They are given some color by,  the fact that G-eneral Rafael Mon-  talvo.j secretary of public works does  not. approve of the landing of the  American officers as told the messengers    from  Alfred   Sayas.      General  ���������decorated with flags and .buntipg jrontalvo declines to speak of the sit  ami several handsome arches. Tha 'notion, and the rumor, of the Presi-  city is brilliantly 'illuminated to- dent's resignation cannot be confirm-  ntg-kt   in honor of  the guests. ea-   in  government  quarters. ��������� ������ _u j* ���������._*���������*   vtt^ii ���������*-<  THE LADYSMITH   BAILY IiEORER  -     ' , ���������'       "       -"   ..-' s~%-   /���������- ''   ./-;,--;'   .. -,   '  =.1^.���������~c=uucq?!U������������ i-*������tjrKnjji:**-fl*;  aaKM������g-i7-n->wrin>-K*aa<a^n:-M xuavtA^iw^3r47KtujaKftt^i^*a������>^3UV<r<r^  Tuc*ig|������i*aitvr.- - ��������� ^���������^i*i������iL������eK������eiiKi-.:^*sii  THE     DAILY   LEDG-rR  fubliihai   every   day   except Sunday  -BY���������  ,THE DAILY LEDGER  COMPANY.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One  Year (la aivanee) $5.00  One Month  ��������� ... ���������  80 ce-ats  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.,  hat President-Palmas' resignation'it,  embodied in his messago to Congress.  SATURDAY       SEPT.   15,   1900  ARTILLERY   LY   R13ADINERS  New  Orleans,   Sept.    Tl,���������It   is    re-  - ;orred  that'the artillc-ryiiu-n  uI forts  'hilili ami  -"Jackson on the; Mississippi   river    below   Kf**.v   Orlr-ans      have-  boon   ordered    to  hold   them-jflves    in  enrlhu-s*-*  f<u-   moveiiieni.    There     aie  Wo   coiii]i:inii>s    nl"   nrl illery   in    these  iforls.   o   JIESCniOJ    WITH    DrFl-'lCULTY.  ' (Albany, JC.Y., Sept. 14.���������In iho  .uins of tho fire which destroyed a  .two? slo-ry JirJcls biiilriiny early to-  .ay, Chief-lliggins of the lire depart  ment found the charred remains, of a  man which was identified as that of  John J. Tlayden. The. (ire is believed to have been caused by an explos  ion on the ground floor and it was  ���������with great difficulty that the two  families living on the upper floors,  .were rescued.  DEVOTES  LIFE  TIME  ,     ��������� TO STUDY OF LEPROSY  Washington, D. C, Sept.'" US-After displaying rare heroism by the  devotion of a life time to tke study  E'  ,of leprosy, Eugene II. Plumacher,  American consul at Maracaibo, Ven  ezuela has decided that the dread  malady is not contagious, but is hereditary to a degree not reached in  other diseases.  He has made an exhaustive report to the state departmunL telling  of his personal attendance upon lepers aUlicted in the most revpltiing  form. His report indicates that 'leprosy is curable, but that there is  little-hope in Venezuela or other Lat-  iu, American, leper colonies where nu-  * tritioiis foods and expensive foods  are  rarely provided. __  Dr. l-'lurnachor was appointed to  iMaracaibo in 1S7S, where in jointure with his duties as consul he has  constantly observed leper cases anil  ���������their treatment and where he experimented in no small way. In this.he  has - the benefit of correspondence  with the most advanced scientists fqf  the United States and Europe, and  it was through bis efforts that the  " Tua Tua " plant used in treating  the disease is now planted in alt  countries which have leper stnlioivs.  'At the request, of these scientists the  ���������doctor took a large number of phot o  graphs of lepers, personally removing the bandages of the afilicfed in  order that the results might be obtained. ' Tfc was prophesied then that  he would contract the disease, but  this  did not happen.   o ������������������  Havana, Sept. 14 .-���������Gen. Raefael  ���������Montnlvo, secretary of public works  authorizes'     a   denial    of   (he   report  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Dominion Lands  within the Railway Belt- "in British  Columbia, may he homesteaded hy  any person who is the sole head of  a family, or any. male over e ghtecn  years, of age, to the extent ol one-  (���������uarter section of Kill acre*, more  or less.  Entry must 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 therewith under one of the following  plans:  (1) At least mix months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for  three years.  (2). II the latker; (or uurt-her, if the  father Is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may he  satisfied hy such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler ha������ his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of bis home  stead, the-req-uirenienti as to residence may be ' satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six monthe' notice In, writin*.  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  '(JoaJ lands may be purchased at J10  per acre for soft coal and $20 tor  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can he acftjiiired hy one individual or. company. Royalty at the  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds shall lie collected on the  gross output.  W. W.  CORY,  Deputy of  the Minister of TntcHor  AChildcanOperafi  a Kootenay  eel Ran������e  Esquimalt   & Nana  sv  tsilway  SCHEDULE   OF TRAIN SERVICE  Passenger train, No 2, leaves Ladysmith daily, Northbound 11:57 a.rn  On Wednesday, S.iliud-i.v and Sunday-. No. i leaves Noithhound 6~:*15 p. m  Passenger train,   No   I,   leaves Lady smith Southbound,  daily,  9:10 a.   ,n  On Wed.. Sat.   and   Sunday " leaves  , Southbound 4.48 p. m. .  Geo, L.Courtney,  District Passenger Agent  "S (Jowrnment, fit., Victoria, l'-.C. ,  r  ���������H^*>*I*f������I~f^-^'-r*I*-'>**H:-'r^*!--������~r, *I*--,-*!-*:**r-4'*I--*-*;*^**!--f*-!*'-<)-*I'^-.!- * ���������  Any parties after this notice found selling or lniying.hoUles ih'e-  longiafe to the U. B. Cu., will} he prosecuted to the full extent of  thclaw.  A reward of Ten Dojll.irs ( $L0) will be pa-id to any poison,giving iiitoriircd-ion thai \v\ill load, to the conviction of persons guilty  of the offence.  Lot Jones, Prop,  Best Supplied Bar in Town  (Half Block from Depot.)  OAT ACRE   STREET-  -Ladysmith.  X^<V<XJs>000<  tl. I  fi: :a  PAIN FROM A BURN PROMPTLY  RELIEVED BY CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM'.  A little child of Michael Strauss,  of Vernon, Conn., was recently in  great paiti from a hum on the 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' "1  advised him -to use Chamberlain's  Pain Balm, and the first application  drew out the inflammation and gavo  immediate relief. I have used this  liniment myself and recommend it  very often for cuts, burns, strains,  and. lame hack, and have never known  it to disappoint." For sale by  Ladysmith Pharmacy.  WAS A VERY SICK BOY.  But  Cured  by  Chamberlain's    Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.  "When my boy was two years old  Hie had a very severe attack of bowel    complaint,   but   by   the   use    of  Chamberlain's    Colic,    Cholera    and  Diarrhoea Remedy we brought    him  .out all right," says Maggie Hickox.  of Midland, Mich.     This remedy can  be depended upon in the most severe  cases.        Even  Cholera infantum    is  cured by it.     Follow the plain print  ed directions and a cure Is    certain  For sale hy Ladysmith Pharmacy.  '*t*t.|'.������.<l-|H|j.|N|..������..|.lf.������..|M������M*tl|..|><l>.  ��������� **  { Pioneer Doti; Woiks  j  11st- Avenue, Ladysmith, 6,'C |  j V. f. Ruinmin;, Prop, |  Union  Limited ,  NANAIMO    B. C. .  ���������*  *  V  4  ���������  J  ���������:-I-f'I-*>-'I-*-I������-*-*!-"������-I-'-f*!*>*I-������**l������V  i-'l^-l'^h-^b^'l'^'l^-^H'^'r^'l'^l*  |3T]{.\ir  iniArr-D  l-UKNIBlInu     ROOMS  ABBOT  A. J. McMURTKtF., 3'roprletor  Newly fitted up and  ,- Furnished  BAH svjri-r,TKD Willi nm T  WINKS, LIQUORS, CIO ARK  I-T  HI  ���������TV  LADYSMITH,    .C  Good tables and good  Rooms  NOTICE  ,  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at    the.office     on  Roberts   Street am  lay Water     Rates, between the 10th    and the 23th of each month.  Office Hours IP. M.4*3Q  T, J BLAND..  '  SUPERINTEND KNT.  fmtm*^^^m^m;^^^i^^m'������~*i'���������*~^���������^^~���������~*~*'' - ii������iin*jr-n***>i--*i--^������������������--.^Mii ��������� i ���������_��������� ������ ������������������ mi    ���������������������������������������������!y7.***yl"**'-****ltM***���������**-**^*-**|-***M'-������***1*M*"'������*������a*W  This  lintel  has    heen completely        renovated.  Board a������d lodging $1.00 per dsy.  HOTEL    PRETORIA  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied  with  the Best   Wiues.lst Avenue :-: '.-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  Under NewfAlanacment  HOTELS WILSON  . Jus.!|R. McKinnelL Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens' headqwvters.  Modern and     Strictly Fir-st OlaM.  Tire Proof    Buildfi*.  Try Capital and Nugget Cigars  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 and Shampoos.  NURSERIES, & SEED HQUSE&   o , I  Large Stock of Homegrown ']  Fruit aiul  Ornamental Trees  now,   matured for the   Fall  Trade."  tNo expense, loss or delay .-J  of fumigation or Inspection.-"i  ���������A     Headquarters    for    Pacific ',  ^  Coast grown Garden, Field, ���������  u-   and.Flower Steeds in season.-  ^ Bee Supplies* Spray Pumps  pale Oil Soap, Greenhouse.  Plants, Gut Flowers, Bulbs.  For Fall Planting  We do business on our own ,  -jroimils������������������ no rent to pay and  are    prepared    to meet   all-  competition.  Let me price your list before iilacing your order.  Catalogue  Free.  Best accommodation for  transient  *nd permanent boarders and lodgers.  ORAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-,  a-My furnished and the bar Is up-to-  d������te.    .Rates  Sl.fo a day    and    ���������������- .    . DONE AT  w-xrds.  wii. beveridge, Pro?:        Reasonable Prices  Drffflaiad-a :**: :������������������: :��������������� ���������*���������: LadyRMltK . ��������� By -  Plumbing and  Fletcher Bros.  i     MANUFACTURER OF  i Carbonated Beverages,  ! Ginger   Beer  ��������� i  i Fruit Syrups i  i P.   O.   Box   248 i  ������������������������������������->���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'  Union-made Capital & Nugget Cigars  Minard's  where.  Liniment for sale   every  ���������WHfflKiggtt  Ask for  WATSON'S  DUNDEE  P   V()U   WANT  AGOOD   first Class  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  AI*Y.'A������S OPEN FIRST  AVENUE.  Exp  mim  Lfgllt Teaming.     Wood ������7!     Bark   for 6ale.     See  J.   KEMP, or   leave  Orders  With  ��������� ��������� i     ���������  . .   I .    1     l        I  W. CARTER,  FIRST  AVR'NTJE  PHONE      6-0  ������������������������������������������������������"������������������'���������������������������������������������"I  First   Class  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#"0"������������������*B������*������*-������-f.' ������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������>���������������������������������������������'���������������������������.  ��������� ..Doa-era Id ,  Pianos j& Organs  Lady smith, B.C  !J, ANDERSON  Leave orders' at Teterson'9 Furn -  ture Store, or telepi������oae No 535.  Sunlight Soap is better than other toapi, but  s best when used in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sinili|[lit So ip and' follow Directions  *'M"I'*-M** t*******^  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  1 i  I PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  !&$$ |Smelting Work9 at  LADYSMITH,   B. C.  HEAD OFFICE  I DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, B. G.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  General Manager.  **..f******+-f-i-*.***tf-f.^  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD AND BARK FOR S ALE    AND  EXPRE   SS WORK.  DELIVERED.  mil���������iiM������������<������ni������iiii m ami kmwjw la-ui  -a*ii������*.iTiut������jitM������n>������Mi  -    DAVID JOHNSOI  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH.  -t >������<>������<-0"l)������C>-4���������������������������������������������������������������������������<>���������  EY-  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ������=-���������-Ihe Cream of Scotch Whiskies  THE IUDSOiTSBAY GO,  Sole  Agents for B. C,  I STOVES!' S  j. we are making HEATERS and RANGES* of  1 Latest Styles^and Newest Patterns--We do  i!        A.j' kinds of Foundry and Repair' Work  I Nickei Plating in all its branches a SpeciaSty  THe CITY MHRK6T  R. Williarr������.son Prop  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B. G.  E -?-*t**?*t+-f-t'-t-^-HH^THf^ v^.T,  LADVSMJTH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,      ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A   ND  SAFELY.  Stabled lii the rear of the LacVysmilh hotel.  AMiote ford  Leave orders at   the  Ladysmith Stove & IronWorks Co.. Ld  TELEPHONE 53 P. O. Box 42;  ������������.>>������>w4N.e>>*������..������>>W)**������**-������-<>������<*>f*-<*������������������->*������"0--*  PAINTING   AND.   PAFBRHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done ' ���������;-'- ���������- -    ��������� 0rders  Promptjy    Execute  S   ROE.DDING:.:.-   --'-.-   LADYS  t      WM. MUNSIE, President    J. W. COBURN, Managing Director.  ' Telephane 4-0.  5  i  ���������V %*������������������*���������*���������������*���������%. *���������-%/%.-%. **-'������.^'V'������.-%.-%^V%/*'������  Lumber Co, Lid,    f  I  mto  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK.   AND   LADY SMITH- j*- ^,'M  Shirigle^ss sl JSp������scieilty  MANUFACTURERS OF���������  Rougrh and Dressed Fir and Cedar L-iimbers  LATHS,   SHINGLES,   MO ULDINGS,      ETC.,     of    the BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  ���������^-tv^-^-tk-*-^*,*--**^-**.-*,*.-*^^^*.*^* !������^%������������������*%*������-yw������*V>*������-v%%jrt^*ta^ THE LADYSMITH DAILY   LKDGEB  'T&tm&sm&i  (T  ������������������una jgM������Bg������������-am iniwiii m nut tumsmtm g p i ���������h  ������Aj?tii&imnu%&taiajmfixt.&������ieivnmiruHaiiM  tro  Itea  ti^^^-  TO HAVE!  Days' Sale will  ������  low we  a Few of the Many Bargains to be Had.  BEAR IN MSNDTHAT THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF OTHERS WE CANNOT MENTION HERE  ySAA*Af**s*V*ysA*A*AAA^^  MENS' TR0USFRS= .  $1.50 and $2 Men's, phnts go at   95c  $2.50 Men's pants, go at     U.25  $3.50 Men's pants go at     $2.25  $-1 aud $5  Men's pants go at    $3.00  BLANKETS.  WAIST   fNOTHS  White and grey, at a big reduction.  Blanket sheets, white and grey, 95o  only.  J'^ French flannel Waist lengths, several colors: Regular G5c to 75e per  yard. To he cleared out at -10 cts.  per yard.  MENS' FIN-E DRESS -SHIRTS  $1.25, and $1.50,  now 65c and ... 75c  fuxtstnx-wiu* ������i  BENS'. UNDERWEAR'  50c. and fiOo. Ralhrig&an goes for 25c  Natural Wool, regular $1.25 a garment will   he  for  ..."   05c  Heavy ribbed Wool, regular $1.25,'  will  be cleared   Saturday  and   Mon-  day for  ,   90c  W0MENS'SH0ES=  Women's Shoes will be sold from  -75c to $2.50. Regular prices $1.50 to  $d.00 per pair.  SHEETING-  BOYS' SHOES-  Boy's Shoes $1.50 to $1.75 a pair.  Last chance oV 'buying Shoes so  cheap.     Don't miss it.  9-quarter1 Sheeting, bleached or    unbleached,  twill or plain,  regular 45c  and <l0c."   Will be sold for   30e  8-quarter  Sheeting,  unbleached only.  Regular 35c. To he sold for ....... 20c  CHILDRENS' CLOTHING-  ' Almost Given Away  50 Boy's Reefers���������just the thing for  the v*. inter to keep the boys dry  and warm. Regular $3, $3.50 and  $-1.    To go at  r,  $2.25  Boy's two,   and  three-piece Suits  to  go' .it less than manufactured prices.  $6.50 to $10 WOMENS'  SKIRTS=  T\vee<l Skirts will he cleared on Saturday and Monday.  35 only���������Women's Skirls, made in  different styles, and colors, are most  ly navy, biaek, plain, grey, green,  and brown. Regular $(!.50 to $10.  To be sold at $3.00 and  $-1.00  HAND KNITTED SHAWLS-  Just received a few days ago��������� 10  dozen ha-ii'd-kiutted Shawls. Prices  rronr $1.75 to $2.75. To be sold on  Saturday  and  Monday,   only,     $1.25  CORSETS-  75 Corsets,    regular '$1.25 to $2.00.  Satin-day and Monday sale for    90c.  COLLARS  WtT WEA1EER IS HERE-  Ruy your Shoes at Wciniobc's. Our  big s-ilc -begins Saturday morning.'"  Any pair of Men's Shoes you buy  on Saturday and Monday's Sale will  he sold with $1.50 and $2.00 less  than regular prices.  10 only ��������� Ladies' Cravenetie and  Tweed Coats, from $5.00 to $10.00.  Will  be sold for      $-1.50  Ladies' Fancy Lace and Embroidered Collars, in turn-overs, front with  tabs, to be cleared out at Saturday and Monday's Sale at 10c, 15cj  and 25c. Come early before they  all  go..  1500 yards of Flannelette, nice colors, suitable for dresses, waists, underskirts for Women and Children.  Regular price 10 to '20 cents a yard.  On Saturday and Monday for 10  cents per yard.  "���������*i)M>*irKJ>iUiMiMt������������  ���������SILK BflTS-  Ladies' Silk Belts in different col-  ois, regular $1 00. To be cleared on  Saturday and Monday at    25c.  ft-V-vVWVA-^^  NOTICE  Mu.ii of our entire stock must be sold this   Pa3'-day.   This will be the   greatest   Bargain event ever held in  Ladysmith. WE \ < 5 IT 1A I I V  CIA KA M T E TO SELL  EVERYTHING AS ADVERTISED.   This great Sale Commences Saturday Horning.   Don't Lose your Opportunity.      '      B. S. WEINR03E  HIGH ST.  LADYSMITH  ���������  i :rL-  m  A BOILER EXPLOSION  Mounfc.-Sterling, Ky... Sept. 14��������� The  boiler in' Reilly Water's saw mill at  Marilm Menistee County exploded today, tailling John Hale and Ross'.  Bird.     Three   others   were   burned   so  St. Isidore, P.Q. Aug. 18, 1901.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited'  Gentlemen.���������I have frequently   used  MINARD'S LINIMENT and also pre*  scribe    it    for    my patients always f  ���������with the most gratifying results and (  I consider it the best all-round Lini  ment extant.     Yours truly,  DR. JOS. AUG. SIRIOS.  badly  that they will  die.  MURDER  AND   SUICIDE.  New York, Sept. 14.���������Mrs. Victor  'Anthony, ;15 years old cut the throa  of her threo year old daughter Annie today in her.���������home in .Tersey  oily, then going to the roof she  jumped to tlie street three stories  below. The child is ih-.-vd and the  mother is dying. Mrs. Anthony ha.-*  recently exhibited signs of mental  doraiigemont and there is no doubt  that   she      suddenly   became   violent  J  DAMAGED  By J.UJIUUCANE  Boston. 1M11SS., Sept. 14.���������The United Emit Company's steamer Brewster, seven days overdue at this port  from (lie West Indies arrived at Tort  Antonio, Jamaica today according to  cable advices received b.Y the company officials here. The cable said  Unit the llrewsti,|r suffered great tla-  mago i,* the hurricane last, week.  She carried a crew of 35 men but  no  passengers.  the announcement 'of Ibc organization of a life underwriters association, which practically includes representatives    of all   straight life ,Cora  'A  SURPRISE SPRUNG.  Winnipeg,     Sept.   14.���������A     surprise  ,was sprung on tho public todays, by  LADYSMITH   BAKERY  CHOICE     CAKES     AND    PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding     Gates   *vlade   to   Order  FRUITS    AND    CANDIES  OF  ALL  KINDS.     PRESS   BREAD   EVERY    DAY  Trices    are     Verj   Reasonable.      All  Customers are Treated Alike.  .HOP LEE A CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE,  pnn.vs doing business in the West.  Thirty-three companies were repvesan  ed at. the organisation meeting. The  object as (he association is to promote mutual interests even to tho  extent of watching legislation.  Surgeon Dentist  All work-  guaranteed and at reasonable rates.  RESIDENCIO   AND OFFICE  Gatacs-e St Ladysmith  Open at all hours.  ���������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 this  plan. Take it when you have a cold  and it will allay the cough, relieve  the lungs, aid expectoration, open  the secretions and aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Thousands have testified to  its superior excellence. It counteracts any tendency oi 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. r-U v^tcr^ ViV^a-ECi  ���������AA4ata.jij.-i,,"1 u.-^ji t >-ra*jg3Lg*aig*i^aga2fcw j?nr^g',?.*wi  ���������������������������^���������-������������������^^������������������������������������^IK*^ t^w,  ���������rfJi-i-irT^iuwc ^r.i a*-1��������� jCffMKi-n^.Tsrwi^tj-ix'j-c  THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  ������^������ ���������������* g^-a r^L .4%  |*fri  .*#*������ -������^-i ������������������������������ ������^*-  --jfe. -^t  ���������"fr-. f't't t*jK |fr������  f*fr-l ffrf ifr-i ���������ft'- *������������������������  >*frl  ffr-j  |*j*l  fTt*> |T|  ^i i^i TJT^^'4*J ���������jL-i -ijj *^' *X' *4������* "4*1 *4������J *���������+ l4*  +  4������  4������  4������   +  4*  *������������������  J*  4*  4*   4*  4*-  | THE BEST MINING SHOES |  I Shoes that Wear &���������������  fGIVE   SATISFACTION j  I AT REASONABLE PRICES  BIC  %"$&& ^$#M^$*^###^������-H������$> ������������������$���������  Smith, Fotos,  w.  IT.  ercnanT taaikor  -   x ' FIRST  AVENUE.  Suits ���������   Made to   Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock '  Want "Ads"  WANTED-Men to work at the Tyco  Smelter,     Apply to  If. WHICH IT.  Foreman.  WANTED���������Kifty  ("ill) cords ol   good  dry Wood.  II. LEW & CO.,  Ladysmilh Bakery.  That's All  Local Items  A   few    serviceable  Blair & Adam's.  remnants   at  tare  in cases of conta-gious diseases  the   city   will   he in  a  position '   to  ^���������^/^rfV^*/*aTM-������tfV*V^^'AA-������^,!l<ft������' 1*\i>w>**������lv<\  fumigate  n er.  houses  in a modern    man-  I  NOTICE  Mrs. Jas. Trovan was amongst the  ]iassenjg������rs to Namafmo today.'  Mr. Jas. Steele journeyed up  Nanaimo on the' noon passenger  day.  to  to-  Mr. Jas. Deeming is in Nanaimo  ���������this afternoon, having gone up at  noon.'  Ou and after Monday, Sept. i7������ I,will  be found in our new shop on First  Avenue, next to Carter's Fruit  Store. Shaves and Haircuts a specialty. ��������� ��������� ���������  HOT and COLD WATER BATHS  J.  OILMAN  Mr.  A.  naimo.  Dier left at noon for   Na**  Miss A.  ATcKinnon  was one  of tho  arrivals on the Victoria truin today.  Mrs. W.  Weinrobe arrived home on  ,thc morning train today.  ���������Ta-blc Fruit���������Pears, Bananas, Oranges, apples, Grapes, Watermelons,  Cocoanuts,   etc.,   at Blair & Adam's.  Tlie City Band are holding a benefit dance this 'evening in aid of the  ,sports ground fund.  c Mr.  S.  Rocclding,    who has     been  spending some time at the Tl-arrisoirj  Hot Springs,  returned home.on   the  morning's train.  Miss L. Teusz is visiting her mot/her here this afternoon, having  come up on the noon train.  Owing to the absence from the  city of two of the License Commissioners, their quarterly meeting was  again postponed last evening.  The Cowichan-Header of to<Day Jon-  tains the following:    ,  "Mining-is to the front aigtii**. The  announcement in last Saturday's paper caused new interest to lie taken  in this important industry and especially in the Mt. Sicker camp.' V?c  stated that we believed the Richard  III. mine would resume operations  again soon. There is a meeting oi  the directors of that company today,  and while we do. not pretend to say  what action they will take, there  is hut little doubt but work -will begin at once, and it is confidently ex*,  pected in a very short time regular  shipments of ore will follow. Littlu  will have to be done in the way of  preparations. The rich ore bodies  that extend-into the ground, as ia  now proven, should soon be reached  when shipments would,begin at once.  Good reports arc coming from thu  Koksil.ih camp, where development  work is steadily being carried on.  Work is also being done on the new  strike on the south side of the lake  andparties interested up there seem  well satisfied that they have somo  1 valuable properties. So that all in  all mining on that part of the island is "looking up."  Mr. Marshal Bray, of Nanaimo, arrived in Ladysmilh on the morning,  train. Mr. Bray will take ~a trip  along the wagon road to inspect the  ������������������work.hieing- done .lily the road gang.  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars  ��������� Miss A. McCosh,, of Ashcroft, B.C.  arrived on the'���������morning train and is  a guest of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs.  R.  Boyle.  Members of the Nanaimo Lawn  ,.Teimis>Clu!h*, arrived on the unoniing*  ���������train, and are-today engaged in a  .tournament   with   the   local   club.  Two gentlemen, who spent .the afternoon yesterday looking for grouse  report having covered ���������'much country  .which  the grouse have vacated.  The City Clerk is in receipt ot the  disinfecting mnchine ordered by.the  Council   some  time  ago,   and   in    fu-  Minard's Liniment  Cures Dandruff.  NOTICE.  Miss Do-beson will resume her class  es in vocal culture in Ladysmith the  first week in Octryhor. Terms on application. Box 12. Nanaimo. B.C.  'Phone 1-4-0.  FOR  SALE���������A   Four-roomed    house,  with > pan try and-bathroom.    Going  at a   bargain.'    Apply to  MRS. M. WOODBURN.  -.���������'...-.:.'.'    White Street.  BENEFIT DANCE  r In Aid."of The  SPORTS GROUND FUND,  under . the  auspices of  the  LADYSMITH CITY   BAND.  IN"THE  OPERA  HOUSE.   -V  SIT. SEPT. 15th.  Daiiciivg   ..commences    srt    7:30   p.m.  Tickets, 75 Cents,  1  Minn id's  Liniment  Cures Dandruff.  ^v������mm)MM$Mmm'ti mm kmmw~  TUNITY  TO PURCHASE HATS  To make room For our l'all Stock we arc sacrificing a few lines of-  Black, Grey, and Brown, FEDORAS and SOFT HATS for  Agents for  UNSHRINKABLE  -������ STANFIELD'S       *-  NOTICE.  I  will not he responsible for   any  debts    contracted    by    Oscar Motti-  shaw without my written order.  S.  MOTTISIIAW.  Nanaimo,  B,C,  August 2:3, 19(16.  FOR SALE���������SoOO buys a 4-roomed  cottage, situated hot ween Third  and Fourth- Avenues, Roberts St.  For particular:, apply, between the  houis of ;"> and G p.m.  It. WILLIS. o-l  Jo  T  ALL 600DS  J  FALL WEAR  0  ML  WinJL  Ready-to-wear Hats  A beautiful range of stylish,  nol^by Hats at a reasonable  price.  North way Garments  for Women,  price,   tli use?  eKjual.  For "style,  lit and  ga 1 incuts  have  no  Golf Jackets  Some very pretty Jackets this  season, all colors, all sizes.  ' Skirts  We have    the    latest  plaids*���������ask to sec them.  - 5  invisible   <  ���������!  French Flannels  One hundred patterns to'choose  from.  xzzt������^am#rMiKjr*ntt^nMtnmntJMuuMjBix-������rnttv!-x.-iiTii*ucrtWii  MR. OZIAL ROUNDS.  A Resident of Wetland  Finds Relief in Pe-ru-na,  SUFFERED  YEARS.  Mr. Ozial Rounds, Wolta-nd, Out., a  rotired lumberman and a resident of  Wetland for half a century, writes:  "For fifteen years prior to 1900 I  was a sufferer from hay asthma and  chronic diarrhea. I grew weak and  emaciated and was tortured with insomnia.  "I was treated by eminent physicians  but, if anything, was worse than ever.  In fact, I was in as miserable a condition as a man could be.  ���������'However, J chanced to try Peruna  and noticed an improvement. Thus  encouraged, J continued, and after taking several bottles of your precious  Peruna, I was entirely well and a  wonder to myself and friends.  "If, at my advanced age, S3 years, I  have obtained such good results from  Peruna, after so many years of needless  suffering, there can be no doubt of its  efficacy in the treatment of younger  uersons."  1IFS' DOOb. ,������������������������ ������������������  CSUULSL JULft AJULSO  jMinatd's"  where.  Liniment for sale   every  *ES'  In Your Leisure Time  If you could start at once in a business which would add a {rood round  sum to your present earnings���������without INVESTING A DOLLAR���������wouldn't  you do  it?  Well, we are willing1 to start you in  a profitable business and we don't ask  you to put up any kind of a-dollar.  Cur proposition is this: We will  ship you the Chatham Incubator and  Brooder, freight prepaid, and  You  Pay  No ' Cash Until  -    After J. 906 Harvest.  Poultry raising* pays. ,..  People who tell you that there is no  money in raising chicks may have tried  to make money in the business by using*  setting* hens as hatchers, and they  lr.ight as well have tried to locate a  gold mine in the cabbag-e patch. The  business oi'a hen is���������to lay eggs. As  a hatcher and brooder she is outclassed. That's the business of the  Chatham Incubator and Brooder, and  the}' do it perfectly and successfully.  The poultry business, properly conducted, pays far better than any other  business for the amount of time and  money   invested.  Thousands of poultry-raisers���������men  and women all over Canada and the  United States���������have proved to their  ���������satisfaction tlutit is profitable to raiso  c hicks with the  ������!>  <$���������  <&  ,^t, ,    --#> ��������� ��������� * - ,  ~*   -  ^,      Our J,atest consignment consists of   | Ladies' Furs,   Ladies'  Under-  J wear,   Ladies'   Raincoats,  J Umbrellas, Wool Sweaters  J Wool Underwear'" -     -  V and other Goods too numerous to mention.  ^     No trouble to show  goods and  everything marked  ^    in Plain Figures. ,, ��������� ' '      .  I dimen Reiser & %o.  % LIMITED J  #���������������������������������������������,������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ������= When ordering your MEAT don't forget to ^|  jg call on us. We keep nothing but the BEST -3  ������: that the Market can afford and guarantee ^  E SATISFACTION  g ROLLED CORN BEEF ���������121-2C. LB  3  3  !i-TE|t5.*3J=fKi������������___  g A. HOWE I  fc MEAT   MARKET 3  .2333*  "Smith," "Clabrough,"  "Parker," "Remington**  and "Winchester** Guns  FUL L    STOCK  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  {sm&msfgm  No.',1���������'-80-'Eggs  No. 2���������120 Egga  No. 3���������240 Eggs  BARGAINS BARQAINS,  During [the Balance of this month, and until October i, we are offeringa  BIG REDUCTION  o n   ci I 1   1 i u e s   o f       ���������       ���������  Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Souvenir  Pins, Novelties, Etc.  CHATHAM: "INCUBATOR  ai  AND. BROODER;-  "Toarsia tins first liioubatovllmvo  tme'd, find I wiHli io Mlsito I had S3 .  chiuks outot 63 catss.. -TIiIb v.-asmy  ���������ili-stlot: truly a lUOpoi-cent. liiUuli.  I tun we'll pktu.st.-il willi my ii-icu.bn.toc ���������  and brooiloi*. Tuoa. McUxvaurov,  Clilliiwack, B.C."-'  "Mv first hatch cjimc. oil'. I irot  170 Ili-.orjliiokHtrom l'JO e;;iw. AVlio  din Viont. that for t,\io ili-ot trial, and  bo early-In tho sprit's*:. 1 urn well  ��������� tilCMisucf with inutilialor, atitl if I  could, not pot nnoLher money could  not buy jtl'i-tiin lno. Kvory nu-rnor  eliiMild'jinv'o a No. .'I Ch-itli.-im Innu-  ��������� baton���������F. \V. Hajisai', Uuniivlllb,  Out."  "Tho incubator you furnished mo  works o-cuudiiiifly well. It is cnslly  opunitej, and only needs about 10  Juimilc-H attention ovnry tiny. It.  WcGut'i*-iK, IVloosis Jaw, Ansa."  The Chatham Incu.bn.lor and Brooder  i.**- honestly constructed. There i.s no  humbug: about it. Every inch of material  is thoroughly -te'stod, tho ni.ichinc is  built on rijrht principles, the insulation  is perfect, thermometer reliable, and  the workmanship the best.  The Chatham Incubator and Brooder  is simple as well as scientific in construction���������a woman or girl can operate  the machine in their leisure moments.  You pay us no cash until after 1906  harvest.  Send us your name and address on  a post card to-day.  Wo can supply you n.t;ickly from our  distributing warohoupes at Calvary, Br11.11-  clon, Kesfina, AVinnipes, Nuw Wo.-.tniinstor,  B.O., Montreal. 11,-ilil'aK. Clint haul- Addrcssi  aU eorrcapondeticu to Oliathuui. llll  T-^Manson Campbell Co--, Limited  Dcpf.15 ACIIATHAM, CANADA .  ctorics at Chatham, Ont., and DitxnoiT.  et us -rstEote you prices  ou a ^ood Faianiin*^ Mill  or ^ood Farm Scale.  B. FORCIMflER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  TH SHOP  DRILLS  Miners' DrillingliMachines  HADE TO ORD.EIt and REPAIRED    AT   SHORT   NOTICE  SHARPENED,. BY US      ALWAYS     WIVE  SATISFACTION.  -���������PICKS HANDLED A   Ml) REPAIRED   -SHIPSMITHINfr    IN      ILL   ITS   B R A N C I-IKS  Horseshoers and Genera' B.acksmitns.  i  Ri WRIGHT.  Buller Street   -      -'*-.-  Ladysmith, B C  ecetii  FOR TODAY:  THE FOLLOWING  VEAL, BEEF,  MUTTON, LAMB  AND PORK  i-������in>*^--M������nH>aMMMMMBiMi>armBBnMnM>a^  mu-upwmiiibm  11 ���������iMniiii������in*ii*iiip ���������iiinim n i-anmm������������������nmm 111 in pi ��������� w���������i���������n*������ <���������������������������-m���������W������������������  E. G. PAN NELL  GATACRE ST.       LADYSMITH  ������������������ceoee*  i(������.i������ft������t������e*������t  ^

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