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VOL.IL. NO. 10(1.
SA-TDUDAY. SKPTEMHEtt '_(). 1!'(»'_.
Plllfli FIVE GENTM
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HEAR!
Results have exceeded oiir most sanguine
expectations and those New Goods we brought
to your notice last week are going fast.
Quality   and price are doing the business.
Our full, varied and complete line ot
Family Groceries
also move so fast that we are compelled to replenish our stock weekly, hence we are able
to supply Fresh and New goods at the time.
Leiser & Hamburger
Wholesale and Retail Merchants,
Esp1.aad.and Oatacre Street, ■ - Ladysmith
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Whin Visiting Nanaimo Try
m.mitimmmMmtwmm
Owing to our present premises being too small, we
have decided to clear out the following lines:—
Bedsteads, Spring Mattresses, Chairs, Cooking
Stoves, Heaters, Paints, Oils and Hardware. You
need the goods, and we need the room. You will, do
well by inspecting our goods before purchasing
elsewhere	
+$$*$$^$$$«+g*$«**$«««$$$ WORLD'S NEWS 111 BRIEF.
Hi        '
I GRAND
HILLINERY
OPENING
MAY aiid
We extend to the Ladies of Ladysmitn a Special
Invitation to attend our Opening which will surpass any previous seen.       NUFF SAID.
FREE TRIP
Th Contest Closes oi[ Saturday,
get yofcr Tickets iu.
Sec that you
C. E. STEVENSON 4 CO.,
Nanaimo, B.C.
Small
Upton's Challenge Coirtlng-^-Land
Crabbing in California.
NenY.ik S?pt, 17-Signor Marconi
stales that be has ssl.ul the problem of
the independent., ul several eiiuoltane-
mis messages on his wireless tel -graphic
apparalus,
Kiniat City, Supt. 17 - Seventeen bead
-f native Hern, Hvemiiin, 1.60 pounds,
snld hero hiiay at "8.75, which Is the
highest p.ice for beel ever received on
this inaiket.
Victoria, II C, Sept. 17-C.ptaln Cutler, of lhe lug Pilot, says the Btiauded
steamerCultiigeCity is in a favorable
position and all! I>- fl.ia'eii.
Lomion, Sept. 17-Hie challenge of
Sir Thomas Llplou [or another series of
races for tbe America's cup will le forwarded within a few ila) b, a» aa to reach
tne Ne»- York YaobtOlub (Jotobei 1.
New Yurk, Sept. 17-Auiong American citia-jiiB uu the isthmus there ib now
a feeling of rellef,ai there 1. now a United Statea warship at each, end of Ihe
Panama rallioid, cablea the Panama
correip mdeut ol Ihe Herald. There ure
uo iuuicatious of au immediate attack b>
t ie revolutionists.
SLootlun, S: r.t. 17—A firm of South
Altitun merchants lu Liverpool is .uid
to have received a cablegram Irom Cape
town, da'.ed S .p'em bo 13, as fullows
"Ilia Beii.i. ffluisliy e a-.eil that the
iraoeler ol Ddugoa Bay, Pjriugueie
li.ist Africa, to Uiitish control, is imminent."
Loidon.Se t. 17-A return ol Ihe
naiiinal finances t<jday ahowB thnt the
gnu liibilttiea, Match III, were ;t3,28-.\.
2:6 H3J, au Increase ol 13.3 007,51', due
to tbe S mill African War.
St, Petersburg, Sept. 17—According to
staiisiii-s j tat publisbed, during last
year 8 081 murders weie comuiit-ed in
Kurupean Rusels. Tula give, au average ti more thai 2i a day.
Sao Francisco, Sep.. 17—Slab Mineralogist Aubury -nukes the astonishing
Btatemeut tbat du in. tne laat lew
inonihB at Lut ■HJ.OOO acre, ol public
and iu the mineralia-d lectionfl ol Call-
lornia, aud largely mineral lu natun,
have been gnbb d by Kneteru .peril's
■on tbroogh the employ ment ol duniru.
nanaimo's ami SHOW.
Another  Successful Agricultural
Exhibition Being Held.
Msnv Lsrtysmltb people bave gone up
tn alle.io the annual agriculturaleihibl-
lion Si Nunaimo which was opened yei-
eriiay and closes this evi-nlng,
Tie collection of eihihits this year I.
the h»sf seen at an agricultural exhlbi-
ti.™ in Nsneiino, .,nd lo quality com-
p^r-every Isvurably vtitb those whloh
"■esimonliy gathered together in New
IVesiinlr.a er and Victoria. The enter-
pilfllng management of the Nanaimo
e.hihiiion have piovlded ao interesting
prwruniinc of ..mu-emeuta (or the cnler-
tainment of the patrons i f the show.
Oraoled gooil weather Nanaimoahould
6ee ihe sgriculiural erhibltion oi 190S
pass into history as the most successful
aud most iutp'OBtiog held lu many yean.
A special train will leave Nanaimo at
9 o'clock ti.la evening to accommodate
visitors Irom Ls'lysmilh and other
pointB .lot g 'he rallwav.
PBn» m»i   ,
Yon smoke gemiioe tobacco
when y. u smoke
Tha Province
Cigar
Because it has the full Havana filler.
Ask for it.
Tha Provlnss GIgar Co. Victoria, B. 0.
ARJohnston&Co. |
r l**AMl*MA*U!)G&tetbte.l£*UVyM,*>M
jsGRAND HOTEL
Wm. Beverldge, Prop.
Thi. new hotel hai been comfortably furnlihrd ard tbt bar Ib np (o date.
Beat accommo'lalion lor transient and permanent bo.rd.ri aod lodgers.
Rates, $i per Day and Upwards.
II. SIMPSON,
Barrister, Solicitor,
Attorney. Notary Public, Etc.
Money to Loan.
Nanalmo.
TTARTI.HY CISBORNS
Member Can. Society of Civil Fnglnccrs
Member Institution of Kleetrtcal Kugineers
Electrical engineer
Correspondence Solicited
Work Guaranteed P. 0. nor 157
LADYSMITH, ». C.
Absulu'vly the tinest tea fold in B.O. If yon do not Vrnw
this a.k our cub iimers. Or he-ier atill Uy one pound HO .
Imputed illreu'ly (run D.ckijuie Tea Gardens. Oily
ouisi'lv. s between the growar aud you, Your Becond older
Will bu 6 p lUtul', price V- -'0.
-SOLE A0ENT4-
Wt T. Heddle & Co.
Free Press Block.
-PARTICULAR GROCERS—
tioods D.ilver.d Pre.
at Ladysmith.
Nanaimo
H. COLLINSON..
Tbt Eiplanr-di.
«,-il«VSWJ*i'
Ladyemith, B. C
Savoy    Theatres
Canada's Greatest Music Halls,
VICTORIA  -   AND    -   VANCOUVER
The Master Amttseinent Alliance of the North-West
Pioneer Bottling: Works, Nanaimo.
Manuraoturew
Soda Water, <lln.;er User, Cider, Fruit Syrups, Essences, Bitters,
•nd Carbonated Beverages of all kinds.
W: B. .-jUIViniNO. Proprietor.  ft&Sss
WARNING!
ARE YOU INSURED-? "not
_.t lu.ured .1 oiuw hir It may be
t.to lata tomorrow. 1 represent several
OLD and R .LIABLE Oompanie. and
nan iuiun yon at a moment', notice .1
th. loweit ponlbl. rates, Ail leading
nompanle, charge the same rates. Don't
h 1 ip sie-l Into Iniuring with a cheap
•ompany -it might he dear .In the end.
"WE HOLD THEE 8JFE."
Wm.   K.   Leighton,
f. 0, Pr.w.r 38, Nanaimo. B. P.      ,
WINDSOR HOTEL
Thitolil-Est.bltihed, FIibLCImb ud
Popular Hotel le moit comfortably Iur-
nlsned, centrally shoaled, Bus meets
train.. Eai-ellent Cul.lne. Bar .locked
.with Ibe Sunt wines, liquor, uid clgari.
NANAIMO, B. 0.
JOS. FOX,
Proprietor,
Provincial t.l-rtiBed AssBvcr, l.tc ssssyer
Van Auda binelter. Reliable analysis of
ores, c sils, etc. shfpiiieiiUntiilssinplliiR
at smelters superintended. Weights and
n-turn-. cheeked. Next to thc LuwCourls.
P. u. Box So.
THE VICTORIA ASSAY OFFICE
.6 Ungley Street, VICTORIA.
KITTO a GOOCH
Barristers. Solicit
Ceaveyancera.  .
OIHc.1 Oddlrilow.'Hulkllng. Robert. SI.
Rarrl.ter.. Solictor, an.
Ceaveyancera	
LADY8MITH, B.C.
P.O. BOX 243
FOR SALE
Mr In btorta CO, 80 .nd St. A'ao
Hotel Site, 120.120 leet. Alio lota 1 .nd
2 block 48, tllotf tb. two.
App'y lo
THOMAS KITGHIN * - NANAIMO,
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UNION BREWING CO.
Nanalmo, B. O.
MANWACTtlRKRS OF THR    ,
!' Choicest Lager, Ales, Beer
and Porter.
COLD STORAQE-Wr.iclw.Cclllile.
forltic storage of meat., eggs, tiouUry,
.vegetables, etc., etc,
j *f++*l-t+H*-W+(rt>'l^*«*l-r'rT
Jessop's Pharmacy
HIGH  STREET.
Prescriptions cirefnlls dlspeuBed, Open
day aud night.
G.W.SCOTT
Baker and Confectioner.
Plain and fancy bread.   Cakes ami pas-
die, ol .11 descriptions.    Fruits   io
Harrison Hot Springs
c— SANITARIUM—o
ST. ALICE HOTEL
This delightful h-rnUlt nml pleat-ire
resort, the tinest lu America, offers
Unrivalled Advantages
TOURIST -and-INVAUD
Magnificent Scenery, Pishing, Shtyit'ng
BonHntt, nsthlnir. Swimming, Vapor
.nd Private llatbs with Massage.
THE HOTEL has been completely
renovated BUU refurnished throughout,
electric lighting; first class cuisine:
ball and tennis .rounds; vh.rn.liig
drives. Splendid success tn treatment
of Rheumatism, (lout, Kidney Trouble.
Every Comlort and Convenlencr,
Resident Physlcan-  Rates: $2 a Pay
l.-eitora. In tbe tracts thus seen el are
inoludtul many actual mineral claims or
which (Jallfi-rii'a miners have Incalnl
and bave prepared lo do Iho aeaesiiuen'
work neiKBB.ry (u pi r'.ct title uuiler the
United Stales mining laws.
Londun, 8ep(. 17 -The 1) Uy M .il
thismnrnlug da-lares that a'ter man)
mom lis ol secret negotiations there h...
been lormed an association cf tbe lead
ing ll.iiish eleel manulacturer. tor the
purpose ol con'rolllpg prices and the
regulation i ltbeoiitp.it. The arms alleged lo hsv> entered the association Include the Barrow Hematite Steel Company, LlmKed; B dcki-w, Vaughn A 0 .„
Limited; Dues', Keen A Co., ol Dowlals
and Card IT; Crawshap B'oe., of Merth, r-
Tydvi'ithe Mo>sbiy Hematite Iron A
Ste.I Company, Limited; Oimrlea Cm-
me. A Co , Limited; the Northweeletn
S eel Company, Limited; and the Rim-
eny Iiou Cniup.ny, with an .igr.-gau.il
uanttal ronj'ily pstimi'dl at XfO.000.-
Oi 0, uot cuunting larg. dehpntuie issui s.
TUIBIiTliS Or RESPECT.
Floral tribute, ol respect to Ih.
memory of th. late Mr Peter leu ■ were
Hut In by th. lullowing frleuda ol tht
family:
l3ro.Bes-Me.ir.. Leiier A Hamburger,
Mr. .nil Mra Welnrobe, Mr, .nd Mie. F.
Bl.nd.
Bjnqu.ll—Mil. Jas. R -lattl, Mri T.
B'owo, Mr. and Mrs. n ,|ton, Mia* Jnll.
Campbell, Mm Jennie O.ulln, Mn. W,
F, Hr.n'er, Mr. E, H. J.n>i, Mr.. R.
June., Mre. J. Culllgan, Mr, and Mrs.
H. Kay.
Wreath-Mr., it. 0 ,nlln.
Mrs. Sclvpn an.l Mr«. Porter villi..
N.,naimoon Wedin sduy.
Dr. Moo.ly returned to Viotoria yesterday morning. He will he back next
Friday aud remain till Monday.
Mr. Fletcher, post office inspector, wai
a passenger to Victoria yesterday morning.   He waa at Alberni.
Ml S, B.iter, government boiler ia-
epector, returned tu Viotoria yesterday
morning Irom a prolenional lour of the
diitrict.
Mr. H. L. Bales, ot Eitemlon, waa
busy with hit petition thii weak in
Ladysmith.
Mr. Thomai Morgan, Inspector ot
Mines, has returned to Nanaimo Irom a
trip to Cumberland.
Mr. H. Collinion, the Victoria (Mayer, in Wed In Ladyimllh Wedneiday
oight, Mr. Colliiiion will B' j -nra a law
davi In the neighborhood of Ladyimllh
In connection with eom. mineral pro.-
p«,:ta hereabouts.
Mr. A. 1. Kitto, of Messrs. Kltto and
Goodi, barristers, nturued to Ladyimith
ou We.lne,dj) Irom Victoria,
Mn. in'. E Weatplialen ol San Francisco, CL, bad a very plaaiant vilit
wi'h her sister, Mrs. F. B'.ud oi Ladyemith and Is returniug to her home ia
San Franciico.
Mr. Wiln.n, reprennllng Victoria
CJoniil, accouipauied by Mn, Wilion.,
drove through Lidyimlth Thunday
alternoonon tbeir wav Irom Cumberland to Victoria.   Mr. Wilion gave Thb
E.toiB a call ard reported everything
liurlebincat (Jimbsrlacd and Comoa.
Cupula Maclcod relnrced on Touri-
d iy (rom hi. Writ (o.VI((*'raii».
Mr. A. Anderson, district representative ol tbe Western Assurance Life Company waa In Ladyimith . t.w dayi thi.
week,       	
Mr. Grant Jesaup, oi tbe Ph.rsn.cy,
has resigned as librarian ol th. Provincial Iiasoiilug Library in Lsdyimith.
The library lately heie bai bnn not to
Slucau. O.ly one book Is out, The de-
I.I.U. jml ia i. qui Bled lo pony np.
li Ib rumored tbat the Department ol
Mniino aud Fisheries has ordered the
<»euion of lights on OofBa I.laud and
Miami tt... k. Lidysmitb Harbor.
!^>sKS»eis/!*ssis!Ss*m
R.lph Smith, M. P., der las lhat he ll,
a broibcr-ln law of Hon., J as, Dunsmuir,,
nil Bill be hai olteu JWullcd Mr. Dunimuir.
Regal
Perfection
Stoves
J. II noun A CO, «.e«nti,
Smart Manufacnring Co,,
Nanaimo, B.O.
Dear Sin,
Tha "R 'gal Perfection" nnge
bought (mu, yonr atore two week!
.go has g.veu u. tue utmost satia-
fautlon, aod we, with groat pleaa.
ure, recommend the "Regal"
nnge to «ny..ne lhat really wlitje.
to aet ihe tint atov. on th. market si.ii lor . pr..- (b.l ha. no
equal. Any d nbiliil buyer hM
unly to aee our bret d th.t com«
out ol the oven tn be.lt.te no
lungor, but aeuuro one ol theee
nuige. wnil.t you have them In
ituclt.
Y-.ur« reBren'felly.
MRS. JAMES PaKGEIER,
Five-Acre LjII.
PrelgM Paid to I ady.mllh.
J.  H. OOOD &  CO.
$ NANAIMO.
i Tbo Great Casta Furailurs C.i
lL*>, «*•*.$-*» s^s.-- LAHYSTtllTH   LEADER  SEPTEMBER 2«.I!><11.
'-adysmith Leader
l'ubllnliett every Wednesday nnd Saturday at
The Leader Uuililln-f, corner of firat Ave. nud
Vrcucli Street, Ladyitiiiith, iiritisb Columbia,
T. I,. GKAHAMK, Editor anu 1'koi-uihtor.
BCBSCKII'TION KAT1.S.
I BvMail in Canada and (Jnithd Stati-h.
One year (ntiictly tti udvnncc)  P co
ix months (smelly in advuiice)    I 25
ADVERTISING  RATK9,
TRA.NS1HNT — Including tiit-ItiM*. notices,
calls fur tenders, spiiHcntfoiw for mid Irniisfer ur
licenses Icgul notice-*, etc., ioc, a line fust In-
iie.iion; sc. u line each •nbauiticiit Insertion* 12
lines measure to thc Inch.
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING.
Rales on application. No wixnl cuts used,
Cuts for regular use should be all metal,
Marriaxe, liirili, Death and Funeral notices,
each Insertion -30c.
Advertisements not Inserted for n specified
lime will be churged for until ordered to lie discontinued,
THK U'ADKR will be found at thc following
places-
t a ly smith-The Leader Office; The I.ndysimlli
Pharmacy.,
ftancnta—K. I'lnibury ft Co,
VtclorU—Public Library; Provincial Ultra ry; and
Hotels.
Vd.ieoiircr-PublicUlirnry, nnd lintels,
Nr-v 'VcstinltiHter—Public Library.
All -ctuinges In advertisements llittst be received
•tt'hi*, office before |3 noon the day before
las ie.
•» isci ibers not receiving paper regularly please
te, on tut lti» office.
Ai. ion work strictly cash on delivery,
Tr mi ent advertise incuts cash lu advance.
another on the lower Mn in land, tbe ilk- future. All nottl Itmeeaur umtits libit'
parity between the sentence and the ft'tf,r m;u*-J to contain a provision enah
crime in each crbb provoking widespread l'»R ^K^mmtnt to fix the prim o!
coal loudr-d nn cars or  vet-sola for ehip-
cimment*
In tho one instance Captain Pitlen-
tirl^h, jiBtiueof thepeaceuf New Weat-
mfne'er, sentenced a youug man to six
yearn* imprisonment with hard labor
Upon being convititcd.of bUwHiik a 'fishing boat. Ttie grotet-que contrast pre-
neilled by lliis Pi'iin-v-i lut common pltti'e
crime ai.tl the heiufe muteine aroiiBed a
u'ltrni (f j.viittirjt, and wu lea.ru that the
prisoner hue buuu rt leased by order cf
C.-iptaiu Pittendrijjh'B judluial tttpt-riurB,
The other case wis of the very oppo-
she kind, an exerelBoof clemency wlinb
•tfniB to bordor on the fantastic, A
tV4 man named ICt-Hy was tiled in Vancouver and tiniivicled on the charge  of
ni puis to B.O. consumers.
15. Muuiiilpftlizttion and public control of thu liquor trafHii.
10. Tiie right to a ieferenilum where r
vain-.* Eulu'iiiy or fran.his-j te to bn con
ferret],
17. That all tmnrpirtali'iti companies
bs C"iiipflleil to ftive I>m* IrHiipporin'ini'
loiiit'iiili.i. ol lhe Ifgislative i-n-emlit.'
and enpreiiie court atnl conn If j nJiter"
18. Klec'ioti day to bu a public loll
di.y, aud piovifiion made that tvery eui*
pluyee tlm 11 lie fr»-p fn ro Bervice at li rm
four coutecutive hours dtiring polling
lime.
Thie pnrty layp it down as a fi.Bt prill
ciple UiHt they will nominate, emlorr-f
or nuppirtnnly such men as will p'ai"*-
their iltrned, undated, resignation in t!..
baiuieof Iho convention   whirl.  1 on i
having perpetrated helliihcrtieltieuiipont natrn or eudorsts them; that this rt-tiy*
a little girl, Myrtle rid (ireelt, at Van 'nation be nwom tn; Hut this re?fgna-
Amirt, Texnda Is ind.    The -ietnlls are
SATURDAY, SEI'TEMIlM,«, npi.
$.mMm&m&mWitiM4l&i*k9&
I  NOTICE TOJTHE PUBLIC.   |
J     Bnbecril.T. not receiving Tim *j
£ I.waii«r regularly will confer a
i (avor by reporting promptly to
Libia office. *
tt»*<»*»*'«*fW-RM»Jft*#;t».*-3'«-*S.5
REPUDIATED
Mr.Tully Boyce, the N'analmo labor
leider, hu given vary emphatic denial
to the alleged interview published in
the Vanconver Province, purporting to
be a report ot rem.rki made by Mr.
Biyce regarding Ralph Smith, H. P.
Mr. Boyce never mode the remark,
atttibuted to him; the statements pub-
llihed by the Provinoe war. simply itu
pld lies concocted to'till ip.ee, .ud not
wholly due to the reporter'i want ol
knowledge ol hll trade.
Mr, B tyee hai merely been mad. the
victim ol th. rascal jiurnaliim which
hai giv.u this province an unenviable
reputation throuihout Canada, anil ol
whioh Vancouver ia facile princepi, We
wire not deceived on reading th.t alleged iut.rview tbe lirat time; it appeared
in the Vancouver Provinc. .nd lhat was
more than enough to beget tuapiclon.
Mr. B.yce'a prompt repudiation ol the
■uandalou! "interview" amply confirmed tbat doubt.
Tally Boyc. hu not yet stooped io
low II to j iln bonds witb Italph Smith,
who seams to bo beg'lug friendship
everywhere now that h. baa beon
brought low and hi. pride humbled.
Smith carried thing, with a high baud
in Ihe diyi ol his glory; no king
of Dahomey could have bean more del'
pitic; buth.hu passed the way ol all
labor leaden who hare triad to rule lu
N.nalmo. Had he played single instead
of double; straight Instead ol crooked,
he might have luted longer.
Nobody denial tbat b. hu don. good
work (or labor, or that h. ii . remarkably capable nun, but hii will ia weak;
he eionot ataud tempta'.ion, and bis
ambition I. hard to satisfy, Mr, Tully
Iloyce, on the other baud ii abiolntaly
equate in all hll dealings; he would
mike a belter labor leader than Smith,
even in Nanalmo, where tbey leem to
h.v. a mania lor letting np leaden and
thtnknooklogtb.nl down,. But Mr.
B.yoe, w.l.ncy, I. too wary a cam*
palgnir to fall a victim to tha inarea
which trippwl np Mr, Smith, Bnt,
nous verrona.
unity lit for print bo blleoiis are tiny.
Sutll.ie it to Bay that the helpless child
hardly mora than an infant, was seated
hy mnin funif. upon a red hot stove; her
body ami limbs were hulls'qneiitly seitr
ed wilb white hot ir.in-*; 'ult wis rushed into her ntw wounds, and other
satuiiii: tortures wers inflicted upin her
(mil li lily. Of theao things the woman
Kelly u'us cnnviiileil nn evidoucn given
in court, ami Jii'luu Atennder Henderson sentenced bur to one year's imprisonment!
The thought is forcnl into one'B mind
—what sort of atrocity would be required to Its proved aguinst a person to in
dune .lililgu il-mderson to give, Buy, five
years or seven years impriB.nmeut, the
period most people wero of opinion
would have been a Juat b-utence upon
Kelly?
Those jo lirial peculiarities coming bo
Boon alter the MuAdam case certaioly
go far to justify tlie S.in.luii editor
somo ul his remarks. Then Hit n bave
been complaints innumerable about
queer vagarleB of the provincial ju.lgea
on the bench. We have hend of one
lawyei'sofilce in Viotoria where, behind the ofllce door, a notification Ib
posted lo the Bt.II'id appeal, no matter
what the case, any d -clslon of a certain
judge which goes against tbe firni'fl
clients. Btrango (or peibapB not
strange) to lay, a very large number cl
tbuBe appeals aie sustained,
THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY.
JUDICIAL ECCENTRICITIES.
Two  utraordinary   sentences bave
bra puif-d within a (aw dayi ol one
Platform of tha Now Provincial Political Party,
The Leader bai been req-if s*«l to republish the pi it form of the Provincial
Progreeilve Party, at adopted at the
Kamlonpe convention a short time ag>.
It i# «e follows : —
I That we gradually abolUh all taxes
on Iho producer and the products of tbe
producer, shifting th* tn on land valuer.
tijvernment owne.tliip of railways
and alt ino-ius of cotnmiinicPtinn.
II That the government estiiblish snd
operate smoltera aud refiueries to treat
all kinds rf minerals.
4. That the franchise) be extended to
wo urn.
6. The abolition of property qiialiO-'fi-
tion may be ht-iid-d in to the lieu trnaiil
governor 'n .'^iinijil whenever a insj iritv
of the convention shall consider tticb
a.lion adviiiable.
A CRITICAL MOMEHT.
\lm\m versus Bowie Knifa in
Chsmainus Row,
One detail which, from the standpoint
ot the picluri'fqup, was worth all the
nt beta put togetliHtB did not, strange to
Bay, eee the light of print in Ibe reports
of the fracRB at Ciiematmie a Bhort time
Ago, when Provincial Constable Halhed
bad to do with the infuriated Mexican
sailor armed with a mnrderotii-looklnB
ditk, anrh as tho grlngoPB carry nbout
with tbem to protect their "honor."
The Leader ia .informal that the
ptu<-kr coiistabla had abont the narrowest Fqneak for bis life tbat Is ever likely
to fall to bia bt.   It scfiih lhat when
ui. ilttiinsn Hull.u iuu» .bi row Hie
Mexican oljictid to any profesBiunal
refereeing atd, lun.ing en the cot s'aMe
drew a naety looking carving knife arrangement from his waisth-nd, and
made a ittsb nt Mr. Halhed ttith tbe
Knife aloft reHdy to plunge tutu the
enemy's budy,
Mr, Htillad hR'J time (0 draw bis n-
voiver und diver the 111 iddened ■■■'-riu't'r
.iiitit lil.nik, 11 tit to tii.aiie with past'loii
.viisihe Mtxicaii that ihe bight of the
ttvoivur did not stop blm in the tens ;
'ie cnuie charging on evidently deter-
timed to introduce diyhght into the In*
t-rior depHrtuie.la of the coiiBtablo io
aui.dry pliiues.
Tho innneiit was a ciitleal one; it
seemed as if nothing could save thb ton*
stable but the necessary pressure on tbe
trigger, which would have sent the
Mexican down in a moment, hut the
sn 111 lie 111 an lo-niaied tu pull, ai.d tbe
nex* instant he vtim whirling, iu a ebiutl
of du l, wilii ihe .Mtxicun iu 10*5 mi'ta-,
v.-r todiiaim ihe iViluw. Mr. ilalht-d's
diptrior etieng li qilck'y decided ibe
iighi; ttie knife wns wrei cu d oul of lhe
f -reigner'B bands and flai-g well out oi
ii b leitcti, mul thi-u he wa-i bandculf d
ee ureiy to prevent any further attempts
to illustrate huw they do things in
Mexico.
Constable Halhed has been wverely
blamed for failing to shoot the Mi x can,
but aa tlie tlX.Au ended, miracultu-l;
enough, with no ncrious hurt to any
body, probably it wat jisl as wd\
A COMFORTABLE HOME
IS THE DESIRE OP US ALL
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Wallpap.r, Curtains,
Crockery, (ilassware, Etc., Etc
mitt
There Is Comfort In Our flood.
rj-veryitiinc In furnish a borne in
111 utest or elaborate style. Write
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On Monday evening in First Preeby
teiijn chnrub tin ie will be a grtthering
of members of the congregation and
friends lo bid farewell and good lurk to
Mr. Gavin Morton, who has occup
the 'pulpit, of the church for eome
monlh'B with very great acceptance to
Ladyemith Pit-tbyterlaiis. It is hinted
that an int.ereHfng event will lake place
dnriise tbe evening. A suitable pro*
itrsmine i< bdng prepared by a com
mittee of the congiegaiiun.
British Columbia
Provincial Exhibition
-AT THE-
CAPITAL CITY, VICTORIA,
-ON-e
staiatiastsBia!!-^
OPEN   to the  WORLD
!i!i-!a**i*4**i«!«i*a^^
(The only Fair west of tlie mountains visited by Their
Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales.)
Largest cash prize list ever offered in the province.     Judges furnished by the Dominion Department of Agriculture.     Live Stock,
Agricultural, Horticultural, Mineral, Industrial and Machinery
E.hibitB.      Horse Hieing and other Suorla.    aquarium oi live
Flsh.   The only one ever opened In British Columbia.
Exhibits delivered in unbroken cars in Victoria.   Hones and Sonk fnr Eihl-
biii'm purposes can be Bonded In Free..   Entries for Exhibit, close S»i'lem-
bei 2ilih, lor Hone Races Ootobei 8 b.      For Przi Lists and Information,
apply to
BEAUMONT BOCGS, General Secretary, Victoria, B.C.
MR. JUKES HERE.
tion. lor all public offices
J^^Jmtt^tr^^W of Imperial Bank Visits
lands to be astessed at the price asked
for tbem by speculative holders,
7. No land or caab subsidies.    Lands
to be held for tbe actual settler,
8  Ten per cent, of all public lands to
Oa Monday evening a special meeting
ol the executive of Ladysmith Hiard ol
be Immediately set aside for e.lucationalTradewJ. cocvened to mett Mr, At
purposes and education of all children I _ , . ..    ,       ...
up(o(h..ge.,(l(lye.„.obe(,ee,,ec,..|J',ke'•",l•"•,«,"■,'' ,h" I""""i''1 **•"".
lar and compulsory, leit hooka, meals j Vancouver, who came here lo examine
und clothing to he supplied out ol the into business conditions and report to
puhllo fundi where necessary. headquarter!, Toronto. Mr. Jc   s visit-
11. OonipulBoiy arbitration ol   labor I, _„,t of L,dy,mlt-,., boBin.„ _,_,
disputes. '
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Company, Ltd.
Best household coal on the Pacific
Wellington Coal
Coast
: Comox Conl—Best steam coal on the Pacific Coast
Alexandria Coal—First-class gas, steam and household coal
The above coals arc mined only by the Wellington Colliery Company. Wharves at Ladysmith,
Oyster Harbour, and Union Bay, Baynes Sound.
Head Office
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now doing all kinds of Printing—commercial, legal and society—at very reason'
■••   able prices.
:i   We Print
COMPANY, LTD.
Manufacturer, of till kimts'ol
Mouliiings, Laths, Shingles, Etc.
A large stock of thoroughly seasoned
lumlier— 1st and jiul class constantly ou
lini.il. All orders strictly attended to.
Quotations cheerfully giveu.
10. Itiitrlctlnn of Oriental Immigra.
during tbe day and gathered ixhauslive
Hon by . law on tb. lines oi tbe Natal Mats. lie assured the Board ol Trade
act, ami il said law be disallowed, it be J H'»t "8 bad been muoh Impressed tilth
repeatedly re-enacted until the end, conditions here, and would report irr.,
Bought is attained. mediately lo his director! in Toronto,
11. That to protect tie. Irom Asiatics II ""■" lathered tbat in hi. oplnl n
already iu the provioce the government J Ladysmitli presents a favorable Ibid lor
Insert a clause iu all private acta to thla, the enterprise el any bank. He hopes
effect 1 "ThlBact Bhall bennll and void •» "wive'a reply within a lew days, The
II the company (alls to enter iuto an]-,**"B* ■*"■ ol » n"»t lallifaelorj.
agreement with tbe government el to character. Mr.Jukei itrongly ailvlied
condition! ol oomtructlon and opera- ,be Bo*"i *" Pi'i«v»ro lo their e(Tir(e
lion," and that the home pica a reiulu-' *° **""* lllrei" ■,»"* oommanloation
Hon to prohibit tbe employment ol All
aticaon all franchise! granted by the
provincial home.
I'i. Oomervatlon ol our loreit riches,
pulp land leises to contain a provision
lor reafTorefltlng io ai to produce a per-
ennlal revenue and make pulp manu-
lecture a growing and permanent in-
dmtry.
11 That tbe act compelling th. leal*
log ol log! by government icalera be enforced.
14. Absolute reservation Irom sale or
lease of a certain part ol each  known
witb Vancouver.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mn, Peter Tenia ind family beg to
expresa heartfelt thanks and appreciation lor the kindness and sympathy extended to them in the hour ol their be-
reavement by their friends.
Secretary Jamee Freel, Board ol Trade,
has received a reply Irom the PostinaBler
- (leiiersl advising him that Improvement
ooal area, lo tbat Hate owned mluei, il (_*■„_•„, ,„„„ ,„,,„„ _ uud8r ^   .
necenary, may be easily poulhle in tho>(.0_aijer_tjun_
John W. Coburn,
MANAOmo   DlBBCTOR.
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I have them in great varle'v, ail .las.
and at reasonable prices. Call and In*
spect tbs Btoik.	
J. McDonald, Hig*h St., Ladysmitli
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16'h, 111-2, Inr (be nse of lenlor and
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fourth class, who ara hereby notified to
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vlled.
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-non—
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CAM, AT TUB
LADYSMITH  BAKERY.
C. M. CHALMERS,
Manufacturer nf
All kinds of Harness, Collars, Saddles, etc. Also a Large Stock of
Trunks, Grips and Valises, to be
had Cheap.
Mnli Orders Promptly Attended to
TheCrescenti     Nanaimo
Tie M\] Mtffeu
luttli, With.
nobody can adbrd lobe wlthoul It. All the
lelegrspblc news of thc week.  farm, held nr.
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'All For Om Dollar i Yur. SALE OF LANDS
FOR UNPAID TAXES.
LADYSMITH LEADER. SKPTKuni™ 20, lrm
Name if Pino.:
In the South
anaiip Assessment District, Province
of British Columbia.
I hereby give notice that on Uturdoy the iStli day of October, A.D., 190*. at tbe hour of
tea o'clock, forenoon, at Ladysmith, B.C.
I shall sell at Public Auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out, of the persons in said
list hereinafter set out, for the taxes remaining unpaid by said persons on t' e thirty-first day of
December, A.D., 1901, and for tbe costs and c—- -**" '
I expenses of Sale
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.
(It'll:.
Nanalmo District,
Gi-eenaai, J hn	
Kelst, W. .1	
Kiel-Unit Hi.iIiuhi	
Fl-1 i g, Fred. J	
PI II "», J-B. A	
Fedng.O.AW	
Pony. Jjhn	
Tcxada Island
Lse.T.H	
hliauiwn, K. L	
Stuiutiitd. J. L	
A brains, John	
Atweli, W. D	
Hruister. Gi*i	
llrott, Suniit-i	
Busbong Ivan	
Oo.ihraiie, A. K	
D tvis   Leonard	
Ellll, IdaL Bile	
Foley, T. E	
Fraeei, J. II	
J ibnsun, K. A	
.Lines. II uiii	
Kld'He, Thomas	
Kirk Lake 'Mining (J	
Lu It ty, J..hi	
LeK'iy, R.b	
Le II »y, Minnie	
Meux'ee, Jnu, A	
Mi-niuiihaiu, 11	
MuKu vie, Alex	
Van Audi Copper and G dd Co....
McLean, M. A	
M.iLiiu*, IV. II	
MoNeil.A	
Niv.htlnei.le. Ju-	
P.xton, 0 '.....
1'iUt, M	
Raftery, IV. J	
fiorlion, W, D... '.'.
diodes, 8 D	
Smith, Heo. C	
Upton, ((..	
Woudhm, IV A	
(Iaul.aal.la, Dorothy	
Chow, Dan-	
ll-ichrane, A. K	
ll wring A M.irstri.u-1	
tliluhris., Jus	
L ons. B on	
jVlnhols, lieu. K	
Siroml«.rs, Vl'm	
(Summere, Ja- ....*.	
Summer. A Mi-Leur!	
Thonipsiiu. -Iii'i-pii	
Thtiiiipson, S.iniiei	
U.qnhart, H. A	
Mul'min, D ire,	
Raven (J peer aud (iuld 0.	
Koran Copper and Isold U"	
Wilson, Willlau	
Douglas District.
P.enllM, Win. r	
Bates, II. L	
Dmogi:.i» D. P	
liogo, John	
Bright District.
K»eu. .1 e. .ml John	
Mason, Rolii	
aahtlol. Isl..nd.
Mi-K-i«',', C, U. Ksi. cl	
N!l»''n, J.l.i 'A.'.'.'.','".
Rivers. It..hi	
H inHi.li. Alice	
MiiUuHI", Ue	
Wyllf", John Mr.	
Small Island, near Kuper Island,
Jam.., E'	
Sangster Island,
Mow, Morris, Ell. of...... i.
Lasquetl Island.
Men, Moril., Est. nf.	
H iihblnga, Roto., En. ol	
Wither, Thomai	
J (Trey, Rotit :	
K.usiim, W. V	
Anderson, Stephen	
Hum, Walter	
J IT-ey, Alfred	
Jeffrey, Abraham	
Stevem, Jobs	
Thetis Island.
fuller, Robt. Est, of	
Short Description if Land
Acreage
Wild
land.
Lot Von Anda
Lot Ti xada City
Acreage
Lot Van Auda
A-irepge
Lot Van Auda
Lot T x».l« City
L .1 V.m Auda
LilB Van Anda
Lit Van Anda
A.tre.gu
Lot IViiktU Cily
Lit Von Anda
Lot. Texadu City
Van Anda
L it Van Aud.
Acreage.
Lo' Van a da
" Teiada Oity
"   V«u_i,da
Texada City
Vau Anda
Anrence
Lt Van An.lt
Lot Teiurla City
Lot Van Anda
*,      ..   ,,
Acreage Texada
Lot Teiada Oity
Aurt-age
Acr-««e Interest
Building
Acreage
ft?
|Tct il Tax-
es Unpaid
I Expenses*Total Antt,
and Costs      Due.
0 00.
226 61 Persons
225 0(1
•IB BO
7 2f.
70 Oul
6 IH)|
651 00;
11 811
10 Kg'
7 20,
5 ll"
2 10
8 V*
g on!
3 81
(in,
5 en
11 IU:
2 in
4 00
4 Oil
4 (HI
4 Oil
4 00
4 01)
4 (HI
4 OO
4 110
4 til
4 00
4 (111
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 Oil
4 Oil
4 1X1
4 Oil
4 00
4 HO
•» 00
4 OO
4 (10
4 00
i no
4 00
4 00
v
3D 00
10 40
37 80
12 40
IH (10
16 63
76 40
60 60
11 26
74 00
10 00
13 OO
6 76
14 t-8
8 80
0 60
fl 24
6 20
7 60
8 80
0 00
12 80
10 80
10 00
6 80
6 80
12 00
6 40
4 88
12 00
* M       650 60
16 60
92 I»!
Cranberry Dlstalct.
Boltnn, Jan,'	
Ciituhley, S ti,	
Ellis, William ..'.'.'.'.'.'".'.'.',".'",""".'
(tilBon, Thouisi	
Harris Isaac	
N-ulioUon, I.sai	
Pulton, Alb'r* ,.,'.[
R iche, Frank	
Sultli, Micbnf ■'
Ileauuhauip, Runt	
.11.teman, js- ]]
Campbell, Kemietl '.........',
Henderson, It, P	
Hudson. Wm., Est, 1,	
Hirtb, O. W   	
Laitd.Robl .'.','.
MiiKiuniin. Alex ".
Mason, R b' ']
McOloiky, Hum	
M Kunale, J. A      	
MiiMillun, Henri '.'.'.'.'.'	
McMillan, Hugh".	
P.-ere, I' auk	
Pierce, William „'.'.'",'"
Richardson, J. u	
Tate, Isabella , '.	
Treloar, Jo-ir ....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."
Harris, Isaac A..'.'.'.' "'
Riler, Oury B	
Spiuo, Ftuiit 1..'.'..'.'.".".
Cedar District.
Wakemnn, Jas	
Leach, Julin '.'.'	
(ireenway, A J ....'.'.'.'..'..'.'.'.'.'.'..
C.viu. G ata'....'.',".'.'.',""^,"-],'""'''
ri'ivens, Guj .'.',',',"','	
York, Ciiae. Est. ol, "..",,.!,".,"
Oyster District.
Walker, Gen	
n,vis, (j, p AAA.'.	
R ft*, L irei.s,  .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.','.'.',-	
K-yatil A GHtH.iis   '.'"„	
Oarron, Catherine B...
Oarrulhera, Arthur,... 	
Chitrohill, N.ihaulel "."	
Cok, Edg.r	
Hirper, BriiM. ,.,...„'.",',',"	
K eue. Onus, E	
King. II ,T ".   	
Miilin, R h "	
Mcintosh * O. uis.	
Pu.rs, J .1... t	
Suni.hro.nbe, lii    	
« (Tilo, Jo, .''"' ""	
Watson, J.iiue...!   	
Wain, lliirrv 'AZ'.'.	
>-!av, fi.juuel .'.;.'.','.'".'.'.'.','.'.',!!'
Mountain District.
H .'Ittid, .1 the	
iijduock, Wu .!I!m!'!!','.""!!!""!""
JeuiJI.ih la'unds.
Thompson. P.iiilp N  1
William., 8i.iPev  (
Williams, J. T.......... (
Short Description of
land.
Acrerge,
l.-t
Acreage
Lit
Wild
land
Total raxes-
bnpald.
Expenses
ud Com.
I
Acreage
Lit
Aiirepge
Lota
Acreage
Lot
Acreage
Acreage
(140
24 4ll!
6 II21
6 40'
1 401
5 84
8 40
0 40
1 20'
12 8(1'
5.00
13 44
W 8]
1 44,
4 00
2 4(l!
11(10
10 80
2 40
3 84
2 4ll|
3 40
2 80
2 80
3 20
4 80
1 601
24 1)11
4 (X)
1 60
6 OOj
144
3 20
1 20
11 110
1 40
2 40
4 Oo
0 40
2 SI.
10 .0
8 0u
240
4 00
18 Ol)
IS io1
20 88 j
4 80||
"II 011
4 10
2 80
1 OH
6 60|
J3 801
6 lOi
21 40:
400
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 (10
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 1)0
4 00
400
4 10
4 111
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 no
4 00
4 110
4 00
4 00
4 00
7 00
4 00
4 110
4 00
Total Aim.
Duo,
800
22 00
25 16
21 Ig
80 0(1
11 62
5 32
10 40
680
SIX)
3-75
223 70
6 (50
13 41
4 00
4 1,0
850
906
17 4.
232 20
4 00
Interest
Acrog.
'603 11
GEORGE THOMSON,
Assessor,
South Nanaimo Assess
ment District,
Ladysmith
P.O.
THE TYFE TRAMWAY.
Staffed Sending Down Ore on Wed-
iiesiay to Bunkers,
#»     «00        63 75
8 00
M H   * 00        jo 86
Name it perm
Ncwcstl-i lownilta.
Fl.ld, W. H.	
K»»linaon, Cu.s...	
Barlow, (lea.	
Parish, Henrv, Est. ol	
D irr.nl, G, W	
I-nllpott. W, H	
Cr er, O. H	
Iluui.n. Tubular,	
Dowler, Jamei	
Harper, Job	
H.rrlp, John Mr...	
Liwieuce, Lints.. ,	
Lewis, O. T.	
Lowin, 0.4	
Lowan, O, Mrs.	
Behl.J.J ;	
Perry, John	
Start DiKrlptlM
.1 laid.
-Dwlil taint d,c
31H.H0I
Real Prig.
Town lot
lind I
jbldgij-
1186
0 12
IW
•86 20
3 62
4 48
Total Taxei
Expenses and
Coin
«0
Tital Abu.
15 96
9 12
896
80 26
7 52
8 48
496
4 96
6 28
5 60
461
4 80
480
498
4 96
4 96
Laet Wednesday the newly  finished
.serial tramway (rom tbe Tyee Ooppei
ni, p, Mount   Sicker,  began eenilint
town lhe ore from tbe dump to tbe bin.
which have been erected close along-eld,
he E .A ff. railway track uot iar bout
Munni Sicker aiding,
Tne apparatus was found to woik very
I wel1, and a thoroughly good test wa"
m.de,   Fully one hundred tool was
, mpllrd Irom tbe buckets Into the bins
-tady f jt shipment by 1'*. A N. railway
to tbe ore roasting grounds ai 101 hrii'ge,
north of Ladyamiih.   The oftl-.ials of the
Tyre Cupper Company were well pleased
-.ith tbe results of tbe day's operations
The tramway cau send down 503 tous a
.(ay.
Tbe woik of sending down Ihe on
over the tramway will continue Bteadllt
from tbla date on, andilt Ib expected th:.'
before many days the operation of roast
ing tbe ure will be oomni juced «t the
'OaBtiog grounds.
A great deal of interest is felt by min
'ngaudani.'liing men iu the ingeuiou*
arrangement, the invention ol Mr. T.
Kiddie, manager, at tlie Tyee roaetinp
uroundaforooi.vjyiiigtlieore fr„m ih-
[ Junkers to the toast piles,   This Is Uu
urangemeut when by tbe ore la taken
(ruin the bunker on . travelling bridge,
run over the rout pile, and dropped
thereon.  Of course Ihe heat fiom tbe
roaetpiles li gnat, and  the question
that seems to bs worrying the miuing
men referred to il whether tbia great
beat directed by the wlud might not endanger Ihe safely of tho upright, on
I which Ib. travelling bridge runs,    lt Ib
understood that thia il an experiment,
I but tbe idea ll certainly ingenlou*, aud
il successful will facilitate the ao.k of
roasting.
The imeller building, .re bsgioning
to loom up ih a striking war, Tbey ale
ol imposing dimensions and make . flue
ibow along tb. water Iront,
E9UOV1IIIU TUE SPBINUS,
Following ii the list of guests arriving
at St. Alice Hotel, Harrison Hot Springs,
B, C, during the week ending Sept. m
herMih, 1IX)'!:-
Frora Vancouver—J. G. Glasban, R.
Lir.g, Mr, and Mrs, K. B. MiL"iu,an
and child, T.   G.   Hemsworth,  John
Horny, P. Sbeeban, W. R. Jones, C. G
Parker, L. Creatib, Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
Oharleson, Master Dou Cliarleion, Mas-
tar Dick Marpole, R. P. Fieeman, Mr.
and Mis. C. li. Mellleh aud child, Hiss
A. Buubauon, Mrs. Patlerim, MrB. F..r 1
rie, U. Bustard, Mr. and Mn. T. H.
Street, Mn. J. Guidon, Mr. and Mrs. J
.1.Flail,S. R. R.bb, Valmtlne Cmis-
tlan, T. R. Needham, A L Wanks., Mr.
.mi Mre. J. Rodgerfl, Mr. aod Mrs. P.
M. Smith, Mis. It. D.Pencirr, Miss (.il-
leipie, J, T. D Pencier, W. F. Hustle,
From New IVotmlneier, 11. 11—Mrs
Lauiberger, R. T. 11.ad, J**. Ilu.geee, 1
D. S arrett.
Fium Viul.rla, B. C.-Mi.s Gteblir.
Mrs. C. W, R gen, F. M. Rogcri, M.S.
" ' M. bio.
(CAM. SIcLEOD'a PHILOBOPnv.
One of th. most uuiatlifaelory Ihiagi
Inthiiwoild ia kissing
through a veil.
pretty girl
A clever elrl li one that know) what a
min mean 1 when he aayi tbingi he don't
mean.
II kissing br.Bil. disease mme people
would bs willing lo remain invalids all
their life,
Th. youug girl with'her hair done vp
and her skirta let down lor lb. flint
I - Ime possesses mor. aw. inspiring dig*
nily than a hose in a coal mint.
When . girl plot. flower on . dm'.
cost ihe .Iwiyi tilt, her ehin up .nd
1Mk1.1ittl.raw.ya and th. man wbo
dou't tumble iatoo liow to (olio* a
ueaise,
Aiior a woman marries a man lb. begins iu dud him out—newly .very night.
Mr. Aublr, (ravelling representative
in Biilish Columbia ol the Woodmen ol
the World, has purchased a choice lot
corner of Flnt Avenue and Buller Ureal.
Mr, Anbin, who I. a highly accomplished musician, contemplates sealing in
Lad) amllh a lib his family at aa mly
date.
W. J
From Kauiloope, B, 0.—Mn, D. W.
Stevens, Mn. 11. M.ller, J, J, McKin-
non.
From Seattle, Wedi.-T. A. lteilg,
Jos. Bacbur, EJw, I'nllllpi, E,lw. Whit-
ney, Juo. Duguu, Wm. M.Kt.i.v, C. K.
Pattou, Mre. Alex. IVluter.
From Whatcom, WTssh.- Fred Love.
I.er, 11 Zalaid.O. C. Sijnire, D, W.
Terry, Iaio R.icheiigtr, Juo. Craaioid,
G. T. Hamilion, J II. Thompson.
From other points-Mr. und Mn. S.
York, Nanaimo, B, C.; H. Lee, Suasion, B.C ; O. S. Ban,, L.duci, B O ;
A. O. Webster, Agassis, B. 0,| Rev. W.
H. Madlll, Missiun, B. 0: Mr. and Mrs
0i ai. 1b.il n, Lund, B, O. j O. H. Lee,
Dennis Doyle, L, Martinson, Beach B„»,
Waih.; Mr. and Mn. E. M. Wl aon,
Falrhaven, Wa-h.; M. MuNei 1, Suinas,
Wash.; Gel. Webber, Tacoma, W.i .;
R T.Btilllrart,Tacoma, Wash.; H. J,
lloituo. Blaine, Wash.; F. F, Ttyloi,
Blaine, WaBb.j E. G. St. Clair; Duluib
Minn.
■■■:•. ism. PHi.i.nA.TijiK.
There paiaed (hrough Ladyrmllh to
Vancouver, via tbe lunif-r, the olhei
day, tbe first carload of Vanauver Island fiuit ever ehlr-ped from Victoria to
Winnipeg, where It ii lo be displayed,
Messrs. F. R Stewart A Co,, Vlotcil.
w.re the Bht-ipere. There were over ten
toaiol fruit, comprising 100 boxes appiei; 100 biixcB pear.; 76) boxei oi
prunes and plums, in all 20,900 lbs, Ail
Ih. hull an.grownauathol L.dyamlth,
Tba following is tb. reviled pro.
g.ammeof Fall Show.!
Kilownu—Seplf tuber 17th, 18-h.
Vernoii-Si-ptember 22'id, 23,d, 24th.
KamloopB — September 24b, 26ih.
26' h.
islands- 1st Oct.
Lungley-t-epu uiber 171b,
Maple Ridge—September 18th,
MlsBlnn—September 19th.
Surrey—Septtuinei 23 d.
Ludne.—Sentember 26th, 27th.
Rtchmnnd—Outoner7ih, 8 n.
Oeutral P.rk—September 28 b, 27th,
Saanlob—September *s6 b, 27th.
Onquitlam—Sepl'inli r (17th.
Auaisix—Septemoer \t b.
Oiiilluauk-Sepieitiber 24th, 28th and
'6h.
N .naimo—September 19tb, 20th,
Comox—September 24,b, 26-h,
Salmon Arm—September 20th.
Allicnill-S pteiuber 26'h, 26lh.
Oowicl.an~4aptan.hfir 26ih, 27tb.
New Weriinin.ter—S.plember, 30th.
October lsl, 2nd 3d.
Vlutoru-Uulobei 7tb, 8th, 9ih, 10:b,
litis.        	
Eiilerprlilng ranchers Irom Salt Spring
Island are aronud interviewing the
Ladysmith provision tn.rob.nti .1 to
taking produce Irom Hut quarter. Tbe
prod.ee is brought over by lolling heat
dally. Ladyunilb oltera a On. told lor
ib. paablng rancher who ean supply
butler, Kit, fiuit, honey, garden nun*.
Tue Chineie have 10 f.r almost monop •
i-cd ihia lumalive trade. LAD!SMITH LEADED. BEPTEMBEH BO. \t,t,S.
We'll Give
You
A $20 Suit
for $15.
II you biy a suit hem b fire we
cloaj Saturday utght, 20 ll, we will
give you a dl-.ujuot ol 2o oer uuut.
12) suit for (10 0:1
(-1) suit for |U 25
til euit for (I) ul
Aod 21 per cent, off Hats.
»2 59 Hat (or (2 01
13 OJ Hat for 12 41
13 OJ llit (or to 80
It will pay you to come to Nanaimo and see
 THE	
G. D. SCOTT CO.,
LIMITED.
CASH CLOTHIERS. NANAIMO.
A branch of the Sulvali-jn A.my ia to
be opened in Ludfemitb Bhortly. lie
officers look upon tbls as a promising
Held and expect grand reeults.
FOR SALE—II uae and Lot iltnated
on Krenuli btreet, uppoflite Vat 'itfi.e,
Int. el|*bt.. bloi-k six. Uuah $1 1U0 oi
■*JJ.,2fl0 IJ25)dowo, In eapy p-tyin.-nia i"
IS miiulitri tun**. Apply lu H.ig'i J.
MeDjua d, South Wellington,
Plenty ot naluion Hiid tiout are. now
ruainimt in tbe httrb-r. and gocd sport Ib
being ei j yi d with the troll.
The luiiiit-Oiiie i-i'*iiilei>i;e fir Mr. T.
Kiddie, uiaiifgi-r t-t the T>ee Emelter, is
rapidly net-nag e-imo'eiion.
Dr. T. Glendon Moody, Dt*ntW, Imp
decided to reu ata iu Lad)stiiith until
Sunday ntaht He.it. 2J,t.t and can be
found at Nirlin'Bm'u Hall prepared to
do all kindti ot Di-otal '--oik.
Str. Wi lilt r*ui itilad'nr tbe Treal-
wisll Mil ei, 1) UiJuh Island, with a lull
c.t-v-jui Wtjlling'ou eoal early in lbs
attk.	
8 r.Ttllua is tx^ucua in today or to*
morrow. 	
Ifyoit wantto Keitt uit-e ring remem-
her we ean rn.--.ke anything you want.
VV. H. Lively, Jumpier.
t J
♦♦♦4-»>».4-tt-H^4-» **********
i imcm
t4*4**********************
X X
T.B.bi' g in the new public ichool be-
gan Monday morning with the pnplla of
senior ud junior Third  and Fourth.
government have agreed to finish the
.whole building immediately.
South Nanaimo License Commission.
era have replied to the Board of Trade's
resolution re holding court in distint
parti of tbe province. It won't happen
again. 	
WASTED-To rent a lot tor building
piirpoiea (dwelling bonie) anywhere
near north end ol Fint Avenue. Apply
Stating turn, to George Adami, Foil
Office, Udyimllh.
Hon. Jar. Dunsmuir, premier, .nd
party lelt England on Wednesday lor
Vict.rl.. Tbey are expected bom. .bint
iha 10th ol October.
FOR SALE—Two iiovrn and lurn'.
tn.e, with carpet and matting. Apply
"UjaIm Offlce,'-	
To-morrow Mr. Gavin Morton wil|
preach hi. farewell sermona to the congregation ol Flnt Presbyterian Chinch.
He leaveiTueiday morning tor Toronto
University.
FOR SALE—A good paying builnen
on High itreet, cheap. Alio home and
lot. good well. Occupant! leaving on
account oi ill health. Aoply to T. O.
McKenelly, High street restaurant.
Another meeting ol the South Nanaimo Licensing Court Ib to be bald next
month, thla time io Lidysmitb. For
further particulars iee advertisement in
Tub Lbaosb.   	
FOR SALE—A bargain, one lounge, one
rocking chair, and one double barreled breeoh-loadloa 12 bor. ibot gun
Ail in excellent condition, vary little
uaad. Apply to Hector Macdonald
Ladyimith poslotllc. belore end oi
thii week.   	
Ur. T. L. Daviei, clothier, Kilpatrlck
b'.osk, ii moving to Chemiinm whe.e
he will engage In business.
Thursday's raiu, though light, put ont
a good many of the bueh bred up aud
down the line, 	
Mary had a Utile ring;
It ebon with beautv rare.
She Bald It wns ber engagement ting
And waa bought at Lively's store.
Messrs. T. D. Conway and .Tames Wil-
Bon, superintendent ol C. P. R Telegraphs, are busy cu the new cable line
at Bauitield Creek.
Lively repairs all kiu.la ol English,
Swiss and American watches.
C. E. Stevenson A Co., Nanaimo, bare
piuuliased the dry goods aim k nf Scu-
gall tt C i., Vancouver. Mr. 0. K. Stevenson will mauaite that branch personalty, but will retain the general man-
ageiBhipoi Sievenson A Gu's business.
LOST—Chatelaine contalr.irg biht, ol
money and several bills and receipts
R-ward tor return to A. R Johnston A
Ou'a atore, OdiielloaV block.
Dominion Government has ordered
Mr. B. II. Smith, Collector ol Customs,
N.nalmo, to allow nn more Sunday excursions out of that port.
If lt la a nice clock you are looking for
we have Ihem from $1.00 to (18 00. W.
H. Lively, Ladyemiib's Leading Jeweler
Mn. Haggard is taking her husband's
place on the teaching its II at the new
ichool during bia temporary abaence
from town.
stiii im/
MAINLAND
BRITISH LION
CIGHRS
 For Sale by JOHN BICKLE	
THE KEITH HOUSE
VICTORIA CRESCENT, NANAIMO
Visitors from Ladyimith and itUftrta-
will Hnd in tbls well-appointed bouse all
the borne comfort-?. Luinim-a fur lady
shoppers a specialty. Terms etrirtly
moderate. Servicj and cuibiue first
cla.f,
MISS B. KEITH, Prop, ant] Ugr.
EXAMINATION FOR OS. liTUu-
CATE3 OF COMPETENCY.
Kit "COAI- MINX'S RIvOL'I.ATIOS ACT."
fJOto
Ladysmith
Shaving Parlors
High Street.
I-lnir cutting nttd iH-jird
iriiuiuliig n Specialty
I.O.WINSTON.
NOTICK is lirrt-liv Riven Hint nn Kxft'nlnn'ioti
fin* Certifii'a l-s lift om|iA'ii'iicv ns Mnrnif-.t-is
of Mines wilt be hi-H on tlie isih flay of Ocloucr,   ■«■■..» » .mi ■    —i— a.—-»w ■■■■■wt ■
looa, at the Court Koimc, Nanaimn, ll, C„ tu-il i     .... ,,   ,     . .   *   ,» i	
nisi) at Fertile, n.c..tmtin*.snnic(i-.U'.             \ Hanging Umpe all ae latttt dee-gnu
Cniirliilntes, not under 2,1 vein.*", nf :i|;i*, lU-sirmis     .  .,  ■ ,     ,
of presenting Oieniselvei for ex-iijiiii itlon must   »* i*.-ini»i. n.
deliver to Mr  Thos, Mo-gitn, Cliairiiiqifeor.tlic ,
Hoanl "f KxniiiitiLT'*, Nunuiini), nu or hef.ire llie
e-.lt day of Oet-iH'i\ njoi, iioiiec'il'sucli inlentioii,
in writiii", t-i|;ethcr with 11 certificate of service
front their former or present emp'oyers. testify
iilj* to nt least two yenrs' experience underground.
•1 lieextiTulilftllon will beln writing, and will
NAHAIfAQ feARBLE WORKS, 1
MillingAcsuiKl Rules.
2. Mine (•fu-it-s.
3. Cencrnl Work.
4. Ventilation.
5. Miniii'- machinery.
tj. Surveyiiif; und levelling.
Anv farther pnrliculnrs i-ci-nlrerl nifty lie rh-
taine'd tmapp-icatioii to Mr. Morgan, Chainuaii
of Hoard oi Ex-tilt iier*-, Nitilntino. 11. C.
KUW1). GAWI.HR PRIOR,
MlnlHkT -f Mines.
Depnrlmeut cf Mines,
Victoria, H. C, 4t.l1 Sept., 1902.
Marble nnd C-rnulte Monuments
Tnb'.els, Crosse.s, l-;ie. l-:sliiun:ef
nntl Designs given 011 Application
A. RiNDEHSON,
MINERS' FEATHER EDGED DRILLS
A1X SIZES.   6 It..-J.-I.a5i  4ft., 5a.2S.   T.nuce
tnolh saws, 1 ft.; *i'.', ft.; 4 ft., and 5 ft. Also mil-
munition nnd all sites of Deal Hros' Miners,
Drivers' Lamps mid ,np3 to be had nt
D. T&YLQR & GO'S,
Opp. E. 8t N. Station, Nanaimo, B, C.
WHEN IH NANAIMO
Gel the Best 25c. Meal in the City
 AT thi*	
Ull!!)il RESTAURANT
Bastion Street,     -      -      -    Nanaimo.
Liquor License M, 1900.
Notice Ih hereby (rivrn tbat applirn.
Hone have been rec ived by the under-
•■■iuned for tranefern of the lorowitu
l-I'i't'l L'teiieesin tin DietriH of Snutli
Nanaimn, from FAtdiiflion :o Latlysmitb:
II. L, lUiff. "He-op*? Himie*," Ainiuat
Dii<dui.frtMQ-itwii,H Hotel j" Jobu Tha,
"Pretoria Il-ti-l;" (ieorge Jobneton,
"Central Huttl;" nnd tbat. the same will
be conn id t> ml at a Porclal n. eel ins of tbe
Board n( 1,'fenpe CoinmisBiooeri* tn be
held nn tin 8 li day ol O.tober, 1902, at
Gtiu'd IL-ll, L-trtyemith, at tlio hour if
ten o'l-l-jck in tbn fi.'fnmn.
1UKIIY McINDOO,
Chiei Licence Oommitflloner,
fi u li Nft'iuimii.
DR. T. GLEI1D0N MOODY
DUN I IS
FLETCHER BROS.,
UmAtm B. G.
Sheet   Music
Cheapest an 1 Bast—5s. and 10.', a copy
All latest Bongs and nieces.
Musical Instruments of All Kinds,
Violin Strings, Etc, Etc.
FOR SALE.
One Hpeond-hand hnmintftl boiler,
wiih Black, it-j-iilor and (1'tinun com*
plfie, all in \i md order, f^rse "I boilt-r 2
ft, 11 die. h\ 11 ft. Sin. Innit;dn-ne9(t,
din. hy 21 In. I.ifrh, wlili 81 tnbp*« 2,U.
io, din,   Kenr-oii for ettltin-*, n-in*- mw
Graduate of Vhl1a-le.pl.la Dental College and   instend ff fleam,   P.ice $200 if taken al
Hospital ot Oral Surgery.
OM I'tct Office Uulldln-r,
Uav.rnm *nt St., (Updtalrf,
Phone 38oA,0(.|c-*, Virtofia B'C
Dr. Moodv visits !,:ulysmttli cverv I'riday, Saturday and Sunday.   Office, Nicholson's Hall.
R. B. ANDERSON,
Invenlor ol tho new Bytem cl o»r
liitu lor' nuBljiono HalitiiiK lliu
80.ll century light. Far clieuptr
than old system, isiatsi.'il.-ient lu.
mils) no naslo nl eus; 10t!|ier cent.
pn-e '.'hlte sod Unlit at iril.tnc cosl.
Pliiuiliiiiu ami ti.i'tu! woikiiiii In all
its hrsnohes. Uuu re|iaira. Our-
reapundeut-e eoliolted.
BA"T1QV SC.,
NANAIMO
onus.   Apply io
STANLEYOtt.UU,
Nunaiuit. 8iettui (*8trii.ve Works.
P.O. Bu 133. N'anaimo, 11.0.
FISH.
The Nanaimo Fieh Maiket Wneon
will be in Lndyamlth evpry 11 n t*-
dny. Halibut,Salmon. 8 iiH'H.l'iirt,
Bo'p, Flonnder, flrahe. S .It O ilaclt*
biip, Stlt S.ilmou Helliep, etc, etc.
Whirr!
TIL» IE pi lit
See McClarv'i la(.H Ooal .nd Wood
AIB-TIQH THEATERS.
E. ROLSTON,
ladysmitli,       • B. C.
Tinsmith, Plumber, Hardware and
Stcives, lite.
DR. J.   GRICE,
DENTIST
Johnston Block,      -     Nanaimo, D. O
P.O. Boi,37,Tel. 145.
VIbUi   Lsdyimith   .very  Saturday.
Honra Irom 9 a. in. (ill 5 p. m.
Abbotalord Hotel.
Our gnna aru trone. gBtlera. Try
one and lee the leathers fl?.
Ammunition cheapest liieet ami
best; shooting ju-kats, helm, gun
caseB and etivete in vast varleiy,
Whilaweoan mpply GROWS DP
SHOOTERS with all tbey want we
also	
teach the young Idea how to shoot
School Books and Supplies Galore at
Boo- Bottom l'.ices.
CORY S. RYDER,
IRON CASH STORE, FIRST AVENUE.
LADYSMITH, B.C.
96 HOURS
TO JIONTREAL
Best Service,
Fastest Time,
Lowest Rates,
FIRST-CLASS and 10URIST
SLEEPERS DAILY.   \
FROn VANCOUVER. \
TlrketB on Sale
TO   ALL   EASTERN   POINTS.
Foi pamphlets and all information apply
lo any O.P.R. agent,
II. H. ABBOTT,      W. McGIRR,
Agent, Victoria.     Aaent, Nanalmo.
E. J. COYLE,
Aast. Gnnl. PaiB. Aurnt, Vanconver,
{TYEE COPPER CO.-
i
I Smelting Works
-AT-
NOTICE.
In Ih* matter nl the estate nl Robert
Kilpatrlck, dereaied.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice il hereby given th.t .11 pereona
having claim, against the estate of tha
above named Robert Kllpatrlcv, deceaitd
who died nn or .bunt tlie slat d.y oi
July, 1902,... required on or htfire the
lat day of October, 1002, to eend by
post, prepaid, or deliver to the under-
signed solicitor lor Daniel Kilpatrlck,
William Russell, and Effla Galena Kilpatrlck, th. Eaeeiitora ol th. laet Will
and TeBtanient, of the Bald deceaaed, li)ll
partlcolarfl of the claima, rlnly verified,
and tbe nature nl th. t.cnritl.1, II any,
held by them.
Notice Ib Inrther given that on inch
laat mentioned day tb. aaid executors
will proceed to distribute the eel. e
of tb.  d.caa.ed   amongst   the   par-ji
ties entitled  thereto,   having   regard }
only tn the clalmi which   they shall i
h.v. then   received,    and   tbat  the |
said Eiecnton will sot be liable for
the laid estate or any part theieol lo
any person or persona of whoae claim
notice ahall nnt have been received by
tbem al.the time of snch distribution.     ,
And Notice la Inrlhir given that .11.
.arsons indebted to the Ut. Robert. _
.Cllpetrlck, ar.  requested to pay Ihe J.
lima to th. nnder.laned forthwith.        I 5
E. M. YARWOOD, i
Solicitor tor the Eiecntor*,   IJ
N.naloin, R.o. '*{
p.tai th. fflnd d.y oi Auguai, 1903.      i ••am.i«-i*.i-'Hai*-it.<«-*^
Cuban Oigar hstory
Mannf teturer-i of the Kammi*
CUBAN    -   BLOSSOM
Nooe bnl IT"iffn Ln-^or err-pluyed.
M. J. B0OTIJ, . I'r prletor.
NANIIMO   B. 0.
UP TO DATE DYEING I
Thut'p nnr kird. A mid wit! Virlr-R fn'l
itif(itn'a"ii. (iml prlwe, Mebea puree*
of aLy .lothhiB to rlt<an,iive or repair,
im d rfli'rMpn to
CRESCENT DYE WORKS
B. D, HILL, Prop. NANAIMO.
KrripM. nn-d or*- ^y.
ALBERT E. HUBERT,
Funeral Director.
Prompt ntlrntion i*ivpn to nil prIIp, n!t,*ht
or day, Lin* D,*it,anra lelppimnw ISo, 124
Bastion St,, Nanalmo, B.C.
Maple Lodge, No. 6a, I. O. O. *.
Meets every Wednesday evening in
Niiili'lsi.u's Hsll. Visiling member,
uiu cordially iuvited.
R. NIMVO, O.T.
M. MoKIiNljEY.Seo.
BANNER LODGE
No. 31,
I. O.O. P.
Meets ever? Wclnemlay evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Visitors cordially itiviteil.
HUGH FULTON, Sec.
Wellington lodge No. 2 K. of P.
Meets every Friday in I. 0. 0. F. hall at
7:80 p.m.
Ti. GOURTjIY, 0.0.
J. W. LEWIS, Sec.
MURRAY    &    CRAIG,
OENERAI. BLACKSMITHS.
Ship's Work a Specialty.
Horse-slioeltiEi In all Us brandies.   Farm Im-
 Toots   catefully
IJlcnients re-par.ed.    Miners'
sharpened mid tempered.
Buller Street,
Ladyamiih
The
Ladysmith
JOB PRINTING PRICES.
THE LEADER'r,readyt0
prove to anybody who wants to save money
LAD/SMITH   |
4 '~~ . {
Prepared to purchase ofes as from August ist f
Convenient to E. & N. or Sea. 1
 i  $
,  MANAGER, |
on Printing that this shop's prices
are lower than those of any other
office in the country. Having
satisfied ourselves on this point we
shall be pleased to compare notes
with any who doubt.
The quality of The Leader's
job work is equal to anything produced in the Province.
The Leader employs only skilled union workmen, receiving the
full union scale of wages; its prices
and quality are always up to the
accepted standard.
Ladysmith merchants and others
who send to Victoria, Vancouver
and other places for their job printing can save money, time, misunderstanding and annoyance by
investigating The Leader's statements as published here. When
we cannot print certain classes of
work we tell you so, we do not
take your order, have it done elsewhere and charge you middleman's
com mission.
Our Motto Is:—"Square dealing;
one price for all; our best work in
every job." Notrouble toestimate.
Call and see us about that job
printing work yoit are wantitig and
we will save you money.
The Leader
Esquimau & Nanaimo Railway
fff Special Rates and Train Service for the Nanalmo Agricultural
Exhibition, Friday and Saturday Sept, 19th and 10th.
Eicnralnn rates In eltant Irom Lvlvsmi'h to N■naimo, tiok.ti %>*..
going Friday .ml Saturday Sept. Mb, and i!:>,h. retaining not later than
Sunday Sept. 21 it.
In addition lo the regular train lervice on SatnnUv Sept. 2)lu, a
apeolal train will leaf. Nanalmi lor Lidyimlth at 0.0} P. Jt,
Seo, L, Courtney,
Truffle Managir
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