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Array ]^_DY_>M_T_i   STANDARD
i t>S
NUMBERED-' VOLUME 1.
LADYSMITH, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 7th, 1908.
SEMI-WE EK
* The Cold Weather |
Means Warm Clothes |
We have atl our winter flannels, flannelettes, wrapporcttos, otc.
on ihow and are positive we can suit you!
White English flannel por yard, 40, 50 and 60 cent.
Health flannel (very soft) per yard 50 cont.
Red and grey flannel per yard, 15, 25 and 35 cents.
Heavy plain and twill flannelettes in white, croam, blue pink,
grey, red ln extra heavy quality. 7 yards for $1.00. This is tho
best value in the city.
Our striped flannelette can't bo beat and wo have 50 patterns
to choose from ot 10, 1-. and 15 cents por yard.
Wrapperettes and Outing flannels nro our strong issue with us
and we carry only the best quality and newest patterns. Prlcos
from 10 to 25 cents a yard.
■English Cretonnes nd muslins—Irish table linen and Scotch
blankets aro our lenders.
BLAIR & ADAM.
IMPORTERS.
ltlllllltM'M'MllM"Wt4<
afjt^ka^flf-a\\)ta-u%an^f^^^
QUALITY AND QUANTITY AT
BICKLE'S
5 Roses or Royal Houaehold Flour    ,   .. $1.75 per sock
6 package! of Force  ., gil cents
3 pounds of extra good Creamery Putter , $1.00
Other Reduction!! to Numerous to Mention.
A SUNDAY
GOLD RUSH
Great  Excltemont  Seen  ou  Gatacre
Street on Sunday Morning.
There was great—excitement on
GhUicto Street on Sunday 'morning.
From a strict Sabbatarian point
of, view it might be described nB a
very disgraceful exhibition of cupidity, if it is a sin and iniquity to
take a little recreation on a Sunday
what is to bo said of a lustful stampede for gold, Y-oh, gold! bright yellow gold!
An cx-Aldermau, a business1 man
and a pillar of tho church has been
constantly hanging round tlie excavation which is going on in Gatacre
Streot for tho erection of Hoppers'
new store. The reason camo out on
Sunday. Someone has scon "color".
Water was turned on, and old wash
basin obtained, nud washing was
commoncorl. Three four and five colors were obtained and there was tho
greatest  excitement.  .
Tho Standard man when ho camo
past, saw an ox-Alderman with tho
pan, nn Alderman, nnd ono of the
leaders in tho present Sunday legation, n closo and excited sperhitor
Kvon the Mayor wns (here, hnd Jwtiv
mod Into tho bunch the City Oon
stable. And tho latter wns on his
way to instruct Johnson to close up
his billiard saloon. This certainly
a queer old world.
YOU CAN GET      m
Clocks, Watches, Pictures, Books,
Razors, Etc., Etc.
.Gcttc-acrOfioec^
FREE
POK
W.i it SWAN S04P
WRAPPERS
ALSO
for White Swan Wa.hinp Powder Coujioii-
Send a Two-Cent Stamp for our Catalogue
B. C. »oa|> Work*, vicfowa, b. c.
Glassware
Specials
Large Glass Fruit dishes,'
Only 30 cents each
l.argo Olaaa Water Juga,
Only 35 cents eaoh
Olaaa Tumblers,
Only 45 oents a doz.
6 Piece Olaas Table Setts; Butter
Dish; Cream Jug; Spoon Holder,
Sugar Howl,
Only 50 oents a set
I TERMS  CASH..
LADYSMITH
(4RDWARE GO.
LIMITED
TEAMING
Now is the time to lay in your
stock of winter fuel. Order
your wood right away..__>
H. Thornley
Phone
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tftflltl   ItVO    f.-t,'lll|.«. Ml*'"
*(!(!. (nm •'Mlli'nf  'iV.m.l-
tiiittlyl t ..•.tlMi.kk"
"I'tmuov Mill Sll.Mlrt) II
Homo*," hill nf Intnev-
hip, ml.table nml niavtl-
(.mi hifiirmmtrtii tor hoiiie
bulld.N.
I. lUMUV tUTW, AWtHTtCT, ttNOWIt, i. C.
The
Increase
in our business since coming
to Ladysmith is due to the
satisfaction given our custjm-
ers. Excellency of quality md
good value (or money received.
That is our motto.
Our stock la larger and more
fully assorted than ever .'.nd
you are cordially invited to
inspect it—get our prices on
wntchos, rings, gold brooches,
bracelets, ladles and gents
chains, etc, etc.
Watoh work a apociulty  and
all    work thoroughly gunr.»n-
-teod.
P. G. NOOT
"The   Jeweler  and  Ostlcan."
SHORT MEETING
OF THE COUNCIL
Methuen Street EosidentS Put In a Petition To Have Their
Street Cleaned Up
Tho thirty-eighth  meeting  of    the'to level off the sidewalk and avenue.
city council was held in the city hull1    Aid- Haworth reported that   complain to    had  beon nuuie to him    ol
waggons   being  driven   un   the   side-
SHEPHERD FEELS   |N0 CAUSE
Mr.
candid
FOR ALARM
. P. Shepherd, the Conservative' JtaJi(,tti offlcer Ta__g Everv Preoau-
idute,  went down  thu line     to, •*
Esquimau on Monday, Mr. 'Shepherd j
is making n thorough  tour    of   the
constituency    und   hus     already  addressed several  meeting in the  Buu-
nich, Esquimalt and Sidney districts.'
Ou every occasion ho has had a most
encouraging    reception,    and everywhere he finds the same cheerful spir (
it of optimism animating the party. ■
Hopeful iu tlie start he is now con-',,
l'ident of success. He is arranging for .
r',m,,i„,n      n„i,n.-i„    H,,u-ni4h i •■--=----   --->    -   -    mi  big meeiiiih hero un the 1 Ith    0(. liurdshij).    The uotices which Mayor
Campbell,    Boterts     invvnith,  wnlks, Tho mtu.,. ,,„,, „„,,„ mm|l! for s ^ _ ^     ^   Nic, bM uudei, m    ,..
Brown, Mckinnell und  Matheson.      !thu use of pedesliiaus und not   for j i,,,..., .„. ,,sai„i„,„.„ „f Premier   31c- ... ,.,,..
A    communication    wus     received waggons,     and    theso ought  to  be I gj£„   „., fur „l  Iouhi   his "".'clings i *™K>»' ol the city medical officer
from some citizens ruslding on Aloth-1 stopped from using them. I nnvn hen,, fm- tho most  oncuuruirinii I oI houlth,     i)r- Frost,    will explain
tion to Preserve Health
of the Town.
i'or the space of two weeks citizens will be called upon to exercise
u good deal of self-sacrifice and cannot hope to escape much personal inconvenience and, it may be, personal
Aid.
Street asking tho council to look Muyor Nicholson suid thu quostion I
into lhe condition of Uulhuon bo-.had como up before unci the only!
tween Second nnd Fourih Avenues, thing that would stop it would uo I
There wns some brush Hint ought to |ior some-one to hiy au iiifornmtiou. |
avo been far lhe nn
r (he three candidate
raging j
IIUU
MALE VOTDR PARTY
hu cleared itnd sonic ilMgurous trees
that ought to be felled.
Mnyor Nicholson mi id he hud been
trying to get n mnn lu roil the trees
but. hud been ml her busy, and, iu
tlie time ut his disposal, had failed
to get a num.
Aid. Roberta said thai a hush fire
would reach right to tlie fence and
this constituted n danger to tho
propei ly.
Aid. MoKinnol thought thnt if the
trees wero a danger to lhe houses,
nnd were on city property, it was
nothing but, right that thoy should
be cut down. On hi mot inn, therefore, It wns decided to instruct, the
road forerun i to havo the irooti cut
down.
FMro Ohluf Smith reported   on iho
The male voice party Ib practising Convention of  Flre Oivicfs thnt; hnd
three times a   week just at present, '«*-'. told at Vlotori..,-pointing   out
Ihe interest tlmt lm<l >ieeit taken in
in order to get into ahupo (or thu th(l proceedings mul briefly recounting concert on Oct. 2ist. Thoro is ing the chief points thut hnd romo
no doubt ut all that under Mr. J.M. "P In lhe discussion.
,.,,,,         , The report was received and  filed.
Morgans singularly able and export-- AtTonnl>  totftlHng    SLOJ..90   wero
enced tuition, male voice singing   is referred  to (he    Finance  Committee
in for   a   big future on thu     coast, to ho paid If found correct.
Nothing very great can bo expected
of Ladysmith.     Tho town is small, jl|H0 ,|mj j\ft.   j    -^
and it has   sutTerod     the misfortune dumping  on   First
of losing somo of its best voices. looked-nt the plac,
,„,              .        ,,lV       _  ,    „      , no refuse,  but   the
The cuse is    different In Nanaimo. rnC«.      j ffl.ftV0i
Thero thoyhavea   splendid choir com-'   Mayor Nicholson said that he hnd I whole job could be cleaned up   now
posed of somo    splendid    individual two weeks ago instruotod Hoad Foro | for S22.00.
voices.     Move than that, each mem
Aid.  Ilrown  reported   that   a  complaint had heen mnde  to him of re-
Tt 'UK I.Y       HAS   inOCKlVKD
TIIK NBWB.
His     Worship ulso  mentioned   what 	
hud been done to the'sidewalk    be*      « "
tween Mr. H. Kay's store nnd .-iter's Turkey Will Address a
Ulrcuhir Note
to the Towers Pointing Out the
Nec.ssity of TeJUog iMouBurcs
to Respect Treaty of
Berlin.
Livery     Stables,    and Aid.  Roberts
pointed      out   that    n.nolher   board j
should be put on so ns to render it ,'
Safer for pedestrians, |
Aid.    Mnthcson  asked      and     was ,
granted   a  week's  extension  of  time ■
to  introduce his sewerage bylaw.      ,    r'n\^'i\\NTi\ni'! w   nM   n __. Tha
Aid.  Campbell pointed out   thai  al    OONSTA'NTINO™*.. ua- 0- W
new  sidewalk   would   he  needed     jn (council     of miniflter. hold a  session
front of his new building. The side-  this morning to Consider the action
walk -A'puldn'1    cost much,   but the|of Bulgaria in declaring her indepon-
donce from Turkey from Tirnovo. It
waa decided tbat it wus impossibfe
to uccopt any proceedings thut   vio-
money. ho n« deed wus going fast, '
und unless he asked for himself no-\
Ih iy nlF-e would do anything fori
him. .   with tho Aldermen. \
•Befoi ,.djo' -ning Mr. Jas. Weir,'
asked foi and wns grunted permission to address tho council. He said
that none of the trees they complained of were standing on the colliery company's land. Aid. Matheson
bad asked if thore were any trees
si muling  which   if  they  fell      would M*n'
stiike the houses. Some of the trees,; Replying to tho telegrams sent to
ho might say, wero 200 feet in hoighti;tlie Turkish government by Prince
and they were not eighty feet    from |        ..       , ,   . • i ..   *  ■     i__
the  houses.   Tn   building  his    other ! **&-- »''"<"> •*•> ■a'"1 that   n de-
house he hnd employed and paid men   eluring tlio lndeoondenco of llulgaritt
to fell trees, one of which stood on ; h0 hud been eumpullod to rosiiout the
fence lino.    This wns 1ho first '
lated existing treuties, and that
Turkey should address u cii-eiilar
note to the powers pointing out tho
necessity of taking measures to enforce respect for the treaty of   ller-
the
Stnilh hnd been 	
Avenue.  Tie  hnd ' lime l»o hnd asked the eouncil for n
himself nnd snw'dolln        ^^^^^^^^^^^
e wns n pile    of t wore  dangorous  ho might    mention
j that, he onilld get no insurance. The
mnn  Oallondnr to ordor Mr.  Smith I   Tho council (lion nrijnumod.
ber is either an enthusiast or forced
to become ono by the very force  of TDTA f    MATPH
example.     The fame ofMr. Morgans   ■ O'rtli   ill t\ I V'll
ON SUNDAY
example.     The fame ofllr. Morg
leadership and of   the singing of thu',
choir hns spread so far thut profos- j
sionnls ure travelling from  Vancou- j
ver to tako part in the practices.
Numerically tho choir Is weak here.
■Sovernl voices have boen lost     from
(   Instead of a city league game   on
Sunday  a practicu match -will    be
played  botween  two picked     teams,
uno cause or another, and that     of jt is expected Hint the now men will
lite president is stilled forever. .Still  be here in time for the gumo     unci
there is a   line    balance In the choir',11"'' 'vil1 "o given a trial. The gnmc
,'-.■.        , ,    , ,     .     „ . _.   .   has   been    tuned   for   2.110  nnd     no
and there is no doubt nt all     that ,.,„„.,,,, wiH  ,,„ „m(lp   Th05f|0Howln»
the hoys will glvo a   very creditable are tho teams,
imrforinaiice.        The main thing     Is A. TTOAM.
pmctlse.     Lot each of thom romcni-j   """.'"'V,, '•' },UrUei'\  - ..,,_
'    llat-ks—( hrislliin and  Struthers.
bor that they have already contract-:   Halves—Wynne.  Strong,   (Truinger.
ed with tho public to givo a concert ■   Forwards—McMillan, tlrnhain. San-
on the 23st, end nothing will    stopi*1?™011' Wurburl.in. Provins.
theni fronr being in their plnccs. Bv- '   <-j0al—Dougnn.
en If weak numerically,   thero   Is   no I   Backs—Howlott and Parsons,
reason why tho choir should not   bo'   Hnlvos-Sinipson.   Holies,  Main.
, .1   .    i_ ,,, t   i \   Forwards—A.      Wright,    MeCluirc,
so good as     those   ,n Victoria     «r | Cosie|, nnl9s „,„, A/*sl ■„,,,„„.
Nanaimo.        Conductor Morgan     ia          4
more than satisfied with the mater
ial, but hns never had any reason to
bo sntlslled with the attendance. Now
with the concert so near nt hand it
is hoped that there will be no complaint to make, or worse still, nn
example to bo mndo of somo delinquent.
HU'L-AIHA CAIfLS ON liESEHVES
U__GUAD_, Oct. li.—Au ukase
calling out all the ui'iny reservists
of the Ilrst class was published here
today. These reservists total about
1-0,000 men, it is explained olll-
cially that this step is taken becauso
of many time-expired soldiers to
leave the ranks in view of the situation in tho neighboring Balkan
Stntes, especially tlie Inflamed state
of Servla itself, it has boon deemed
advisable to HU up In advance tho
vacancies thus to be created.
Telegrams received hero from the
provinces show great enthusiasm for
a wnr against Austria-Hungary as
I-'mperor Francis Joseph's proposal
to annox tho occupied provinces of
Bosnia and Herzegovina threntens to
hem In Servla on the west.
Furthermore a majority of tho
population of Bosnia are Servians!
who nro bitterly opposed to annexation.
HARTFORD'S NEW BRIDGE.
Hartford, Conn., Oct. O.-With tho
firing of a national salute and the
ringing of bolls throughout tlie city,
Hartford this morning entered upon
a period of three days' Jubilation In
celebration ol the completion of the
new bridge spanning the Connectu-
cul river, which is said to le one of
the largest and most artistic structures of its kind to be found anywhere ln tlie country.
The city has put on gnla attire in
honor of the event and handsome
electric arches have been erected at
the bridge approaches. Vlcltors are
hore from many points in Massachusetts. Connecticut nnd Rhode Island
to witness the celebration. The program provides for several parades,
historical pageants and tableaux, a
wator carnival of yachts and motor
boats, a general illumination of the
city and one of the finest displays
of fire works evor seen In New England.
 «	
FFRNIE
SPREADING
DIRECTIONS.
IN    ALL
BURGLARS ENTER LAiDNER
-POST OFFICE.
VANCOUVER, Oet. o-Burglars,
thla morning broke Into the post
office at Ladner, twenty miles from
V_»oo»ver, scared away the youthful employee and stole f9S0 In cash
irom the safe. The police suppose
tha robbers escaped to the United'
Stat*.
KILLED BY FALL.
Fernie, Oct. 2.—This city hns iit-
tnlned wonderful growth sinco I '■ c
flre, and hns spread out In -ill ill'
rcctlons.  Permanent buildings    eut
ice of tho nation and expressed the
and as proof that th. tree's I hope that friendly relations between
the two countries would continue
I Turkey says she has invited the
■ I'Owers to confer on the situation us
I ber rights ore guaranteed by tho
: powers, she will look to them lot*
their do'_uie.
The ii-na Gazette, the organ of
the grand vizier, says today: '-'We
are ready to defend our rights with
till our strength as the action of liui-
garia is not only directed against us
but against all the powers, we
should ask the ,powers to defend their j
interests and protest the interests ol
the treaty of Berlin."
FRENCH NIEWS.
Paris, Oct. 0.—The Paris newspapers are inclined to take a hopeful
view of the llulgaria situation which
they consider sorious, but by no
means desperate. Bulgaria and
, Turkey, they believe must soon realize that they will gain nothing by
wnr. The negotiations conducted at
Paris yesierday are viewed with
great satisfaction as promising well
for peace. The' Bulgarian diplomatic
agent here received a telegram from
the Bulgarian foreign minister instructing him to present tho proclamation to the French government.
I The despatch concluded, "Bulgaria
will do all possible conformable with
dignity to avoid overthrowing peace
. in the Balkans, at the Same time, if
events necessllnto it, tho whnlo nation is rendy as ono man to defend
tho-blessed work accomplished."
themselves tu ull intelligent   citizens.
The city ie threatened with un epidemic of smallpox. So far there
_ nothing to be alarmed about.
Four cases have been located, and
they have all been so slight a* to
make it almost impossible to determine whether tho disease was smallpox or chicken pox.
However, every precaution is being taken, and everybody will agree
that it is the right thing to do.
The houses have been quarantined
and a watch sot upon them. The
schools have been closed, and no
public meeting or gathering will now
be held. Two weeks at most should
determine how the town stands, and
there is evory renBon to believe that
all danger will have passed before
that time expires. Meantime it is
the duty of every citizen to help the
authorities as far as possible in the
precautions that have been taken.
ADVICE TO TllfJSE VACCINATED
The seal of inoculation should not
be touched or washed for at least
three or iour days after vaccination.
if inuculation has been successful,,
tlie patient will fool miserable and
the arm will become slightly painful
uud reddened, with some swelling immediately about the wound. This is
followed by a small pimple containing pus or matter within the next
two or three days, terminating in a
large scnl, ut tho end of a week, or
ten days. This scab should be protected and left on for two or throe
weeks.
WARNING: Patients are special-
vvnrnod not to touch the wound,
or interfere with scab or pimple under nny consideration. Especially
should they avoid scratching. If
the dressing becomes removed, apply
clean handkerchief, or preferably a
vaccine shield which can be obtained
at the drug, store. If at the end
of the lirst week after the vaccination, the wound hns completely healed, vaccination has been unsuccessful and re-vuecinntion is advised.
Ily observing the above instructions and precautions, many of the
so-calloil bnd effects of vaccination
will be avoided.
HEALTH OFFICER.
FRANK L. SHEPHERD.
Conservative Candidate for Nanaimo
Constituency.
IN MEMORY OF
GERMAN PIONEERS.
Philadelphia, Oct. e.-Germantown
and the Germane had the centre   of '
the stage In today's celebration    of ,
Philadelphia's Founder's Week.   Sev- .
oral    civic parades were given,    but *
the   most    notable features of the *
day's programme took place in Ger- ,
mantown,    where    the corner stone •
was laid for    a SGO.000 monument *
to commemorate the settlement    of
that place by Francis Daniel I'nrtor-.
lus.     Representatives of German so- t
cletlea throughout Pennsylvania  and •
neighboring   states took part in the *
exercises. *
 «  1,
THE LONDON TIMES DENOUNCES .
THE PROCEDURE. t
______ •
Bulgaria's Act is Absolutely Lawless ,
From Evory Possible Point of      '«
of View and un Audacious        ,*
Violation, Says Times. |*
IN JAPAN
TOO.'
Tokio, Oct. 7.—The Clovorn-
has decided to prohibit ull
gambling nt nice tracks and
enforce tho laws governing racing. The action of the Govornmont has creeled excitement
nnd it is bolioved it will elinl-
innte horse i-nciug in Japan.
HOW
BD'LG-ABIA HAS RECEIVED
THE  NEWS.
CRETANS NEXT
Canon, Isle of Crete, Oct. 7.—
The events in soutllenstern
Europe, tho Independence of
Bulgaria imd iho annexation of
Bosnia and Herzegovina are
having their effects hore. The
Cretans are pi-opnring n coup
tie tale In favor of union with
Greece.
LONDON, Oct. 0.-"The act is ab-
_     _ ...lil"01"**'1'  iawl88s tri>»" ovory possiblo that the government has boen dii|ied
ns thc Fort Steele brewery, Ingram P"lnt of view, and an audacious vlo- by Austria   and Germany.     Nolther
block,     Crow's Nost_ Trading  com-|lation of ihe treaty of Berlin," said the Times nor   Its colleagues     pro-
SOFIA, Bui., Oct. li.—The report
tbat orders lor the mobilization of
100.000 men had heen given was given semi-olhcial denial here today.
I'hilhppopolis, Eastern Uoumania.
uct. U.—The ofllciul announcement of
theindependeuce of Bulgaria mode at
I lion.o yestorday by Prince Ferdinand, hus boen enthusiastically received in this city, the capital of
Eastern Roumcliu. Today the
church bells are ringing and huge
crowds, headed by bands are parading the streets and holding peaceful
demonstrations in front of the various consulates.
"Emiieror" Ferdinund is expected
to arrive here shortly.
GERMAN VIEWS.
BERLIN, Oct. 8.—The question
whether thero is to be pence or war
In the Balkans has not yet been decided in Constantinople, according to
ofllciul despatches received at the
foreign ofllce todny, the ambassadors of thc powers at Constantino-
I le find the situation a difficult one
been uso the control- of affairs does
not rest altogether with the cabinet.
particularly with the powerful committee of Young Turks outside    the
Mti_^M.TOi*■"-r*• Bulffnr",ndecura-po8ea,m,icv,orth<!nriti8h ^--'■•••*"'Thrc„hin;,"'„n,7;'h;««;;:
and many others, nre making rapid,*l.onot indepondonce.     After lectur-.eminent because    Ihey nro awaiting mlttoo apponr to be divided in their
Toronto, Oct. 8,—.Tames Marsh, an \ progress, nnd It Is exnectod they wlii|l>lg Bulgaria soundly the Times says the announcement
olderly mnn fell down stairs at   hla 1 »o completed this year. I that she may yet romoinber thnt her1"11'™
.  .__ .      , ,    .    ,      I   Traffic along the Crow's Most Pass' „.„_, .        ,_,..., '-	
home yesterday and sustained a fioc- jnn0  including lumber, cc" ~      "      -'miers have forfeited tho maunrt „,„i Frani
tared ekull, dying an hour later. is very heavy at present
Public Notice.
I have been requested by tbe City Medical Officer of
Health, Dr. Frost, to forbid all public gatherings of
nny kind, such as Public Meetings, Church Services,
Dances, etc, for the space of two weeks. For the
same period parents are requested to keep their
ohildren in their own lots
D. NICHOLSON, Mayor.
Ladysmith, Ootober 7th, 1008.
SKQeaoeoeoeoeeeoBQeo^
from (hc foreign views,
which     Is    consulting with     official opinion In Berlin leads    to
nnd " Russia.      As yet no thn belief that thore will lie no war
good will of the British people. Tho course of net lon has been decidod on In so much ns    the chnnge Inthe re-
Times cautions the young Turks   to heyond    refusing to roeognlze    Bui- lotions between Bulgaria and Turkey
take   no   risks of wnr, and accuses [('a'"'"''* action. Is merely a  paper chnnge.
Austria of entering into a conspiracy with Bulgaria against Turkey,
"If Austria persists in taking up
that part of the treaty of Berlin,
which she dlsHkcs, "says the paper.
Russia will also persist In tearing
up those parts objectionable to hcr
in particular, the provisions which
relnte to ths Dardanelles."
This Is the typical position token
by the English newspnpers which are
greatly angered by whnt they coll a
conspiracy, hecsuse England and the
King by a recent Tarm telegram,
haw beon sponsor for the young
Turk movement    and It la now felt
oac0««c8rxaoi^^ eoiw>ssf»*f»r.cf^^
NOTICE
After the expiration of twenty-four hours every dog
found loose in tlio streets will be shot, The owners
of do»*s will therefore see that their dogs are all tied
up,
D. NICHOLSON, Mayor.
Ladysmith, Ootober 7th, 1908 If Vou Require Any
DEEDS,
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AGREEMENTS Drawn
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JOHN STEWART
ftfeterr WMto.
LADYflMITH,
  wm -i-uttiuu onuin ig a Liberal-Labor, and by the very label more
of a Liberal than alabor man. We
everi heard him advance the argument that he couldn't be expected to
devote all hia energies to the work-
era  when there were other interests
j in the constituency—surely a strangely inconsistent attitude 'for a Rtuli-
jcal and Independent Labor candidate
to take up. Now, Ralph is, we presume, a straight Liberal whose only
connection with Labor is the vague
and general assurance that questions
affecting the workers will always receive his prompt attention and best
consideration. This is Ralph's political evolution and it is for working-
men to soy whether or not, to use
Ralph's  own  phase,   it shows     im-
tendard %>?% immi.
•
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MORE FIZPJLES.
Qi>X
.■Two city league games were scheduled to take place on Sunduy afternoon. Two games of tt sort woro
played, but with the exception of tho
Canucks, thero was not u full team
out. The result Is thnt enthusiasts
of the game, who have supported tho
club"   through    thick nud thin, are
Conveyancer,
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od    subscriptions.        It is possible,
therefore to forecast with confidence
provement or degeneration.     We say swearing that thoy have paid  their  .... ... .,, , <■'-._■_,
that he has thrown overboard    his last visit to the ground. And I f0r,Wwt th01e wtU be a substantial sur-
first political principles, and that he  one don't blame thein. Pins 'when     tho   accounts have been
locally hns shirked every rcsponslbil- If the game falls ns (load as ditch finally adjusted. This will const!-
Ity of labor leadership Ralph's do- water the players have themselves to tute the neueleua of a much-needed
velopment has been all along, tho blamefor it. As things uw now every ,„„. ; ■ , ,, „ ,,, ...,"/
line of least resistance, unci there has body Is disgusted nnd the executive, ■ ? 'or I"Blstin'!' British athletes to
never been an episode In his political who are doing nil they enn to pro- attend future Olympic celebrations,
career which by nny stretch of the vide sport nnd the enthusiasts who'and for carrying on tho work of or-
imaginntion could bo culled stron- only nsk for n decent exhibition. The
uous, 'A "traitor" is a hnrd tormi to wholo question will como up for dls-
npply to any public man, nnd it is cussion nt tho first meeting of the
applied much more frequently thnn Executive Personally, although no
it is proved. All the samo, it is the ono more readily admits the inipor-
chargo, which under nil tho clrcum- titnco of n winning team, 1 am instances, would most readily nnd nn. clinoel to think thnt it mny be too
turally bo applied to Smith. Ho hns dour a proposition. If it mnn won't
shifted his political ground so ma-,turn out for n City League match 1
torlally, has parted so freely and so should tako good euro thnt he didn't
onsily with his    Independence,     hns pluy hi uny other. '
adopted  so  entirely tho rnlo of    al   The Leuguo  was started   with     a
straight  Laurier man—In short    his two-fold object. The first was to do-
expenses of the autumn and    winter     * _
gomes (football, hockey, lacrosse, tatiyos of the men nre to .wire the
(Igure skating and boxing) have also labor department at Ottawa I his
to be provided for. On the other morning accepting the majority re-
hand certain sums still have to be' sort ol tho board of cdnolliu.1i.ii,
collected for gate money and promis-! The striko is to bo cll,lod olY M'i"u''
FIRST PRINCIPLES.
There is "no denying the fact that
Smith made a splendid fighting
speech on Friday night lust. Ralph
-was in fino form and rose to meet
rather a parlous and depressing situation. John Oliver had failed to
connect with his audience, fulled to
elicit a response to bis special, wo
might evon say, specious pleading.
With the entrance of Hawthornthwaite and the interruption it caused,
camo tho revelation of an evenly divided house. It was to a coldly orit-
ical audience that Ralph had to address his remarks, nnd his spoech
from their point of view was a toi
umph of art and oratory, He began
well, spoke more fluently and forcibly thnn ever we hnvo known him
to do before, and generally created
and increased n good impression. We
do not sny thnt hnd a voto of confidence boon proposed in the late
member it would have carried. It
might havc gono through; but wc
doubt it, and, in nny evont, there
would hnve been n big hostile vote.
Whnt wo menn Is Hint evon thb most
bigoted opponent, the most bitter
partlsnn must admit thot Smith delivered a great fighting spoech and
rose supremo ovor a difficult situation.
This much by wny of honest compliment. Tt does not follow, however
that the speech is unanswerable,
that Smith has ndvnnced n single
claim for the continuance of tho suffrage of the electorate of this constituency. While noticeable for what
It contnlncd it wns evon more noticeable for whnt It omitted. Briefly
his speech contnined n glowing
eulogy of tho Laurier administration. Smith himself wns particularly
enreful not to pnss n word of per
sonal criticism upon anything thc
Government hnd dono or nnythlng
it had left undone. Some people
might be dissntisfiod. snld Ralph
but he himself was vorv careful to
dissociate himself from thoso peoplo.
'Apparently he is a thick and thin
supporter of the Laurier Government, is completely satisfied with
whatever It does, nnd hns nothing of
his own initlntivo to suggest. His
platform, the only one ho hns so far
enunciated during tho enmpnlgn. is
that he will sunport nnythlng nnd
everything 'which in his hulgmont is
best calculated tn servo lho interests
of tho poonlo. He wont through the
Inst campaign on Iho snme platform
with a small "sliver" of independence trailing behind. Tn the Southern portions nf his constituency in
this enmpnlgn. ho hns Inid clnim to
being by birth nnd training, n British Rndicnl. Did ho evor know an
English Radical who dared to face
nn English electorate without, n spec
iflc programme? As n Radical, is
thero nothing in B. 0.. in the Tslnnd.
or In his rpnstituoncy that needs Improvement, no evil or abuse thnt
cnlle for remedy? As a working man
whose every Interests-centres In thc
welfare and advancement of Labor,
is there nothing that he can do specially for tho mon from whom hc
sprung, and to whom he owes his
present position?
We have come now lo tho point
which we sot out to discuss. Smith
devoted n lnrge pnrt of his speech
on Friday night In tho attempted
refutation of tho oft-repeated charges)
that ho has betrayed his clnss. Novelet us got behind the question of
ancient testimonials on the ono side,
nnd violent personal abuse on tho
othor. Has or has not Smith, changed his political ground, tho direction
of his appeal? Ho entered the political field ns nn Independent Labor
condldnte. with the one avowed object of serving tho Interests of hls
clnss. His appenl wns directly to
the working men, nnd wo heard
nothing of British Radicalism or
Laurier Liberalism. Thon mnrk the
process of evolution.  At tho second
political evolution hns boon so complete tlint ho hns changed out of nil
recognition politically. That ought
to lo the ono supromo fact for the.
rkors to romombor in tho election.
What a curious lot of Rip Van
Winkles your true uld (iriis are.
Thoy mount u platform with a wullot
full of figures and lire thom around
with a sublime disiogurd Iur either
aim, dlstanco, or time. Whnt is tho
uso of asking whether the Conservatives over built a wharf in 11. 0.1
What is tho use of quoting figures
without taking into consideration
the immense developments that have
takon place in the Dominion tho inst
ten years? Or does John Oliver nnd
his likes in their worship of party
really dosiro to elevate tho Laurier
administration into a kind of providence? And speaking of whurves for
tho public convenience whoro doos
Nnnnimo got off nt?
POWERS    WIU. INTERVENE    TO
STOP TURKISH AN_ BUL-
UAlUAiN      WA*
vulop footbull ttilont und also afford
tho selection committoo the best opportunity of gutting the strongest
teum'. Incidentally ulso, tho League
mado a fino training ground for
young players. Tho boys got tho bon
efit of the senior's experience und
woro taught reliance nud self-confidence. Tho second object is very necessary, ono of raising funds. In addition to tho ordinary expenses of
tho club, provision hus to bo mndo
for tho club's travelling und for improvements to the grounds. Quite a
lot needs to lie clone right now; but
lt will nover be done so long us
some of the players continue us they
aro.
Thore is no necessity to go nny
further. Tlio Canucks unci Nationals
were out almost ut full strength on
Sunday, while the opposing teams
wero two and three men short. Tho
gumes ns a result woro wearisome to
watch and it wus littio wonder that
spectators got disgusted. Tho Canucks won by threo or four gouls. und
tho Nntionnls by throe.
ganizatlon
It is no child's play to catch a
ball dropped 600 feet. Many a man
hns made the attempt to hold a base
ball dropped from tho tower of the
Washington monument and failed.
Charles Street, backstop of the Wash
ington baseball club, has accomplished this. Charley himself had to try
thirteen times before ho got his
hands on tho ball, but the fourteenth wus his lucky trial and he hold
tlio sphere firmly iu his mitt. The
crowd which had gathered to witness the exhibition wont wild with
enthusiasm and the plucky catcher
was cheered again and again.
Sucli stars as Charley Bennett of
the old Dotroits, who luter had both
his legs amputated. Shriver, who
was with the Chicago White Sox, under Capt, Anson; Paul Hines, Frank
Snyder, , Bill Everett and Kittredge
are among some of the players who
have failed where Street succeeded.
It is estimated that the ball wus
travelling at the rato of 125 feet per
second when it landed in Charley's
glovo.
Ladysmith
% Billiards and Pool *
Best Liquors and Cigars.
JOE CARTWRIGHT
LO.nDUN, Oct. 0.—Turkey is not
inclined towards war with Bulgaria,
and it is believed tbat she will call
comereuce of tbe powers to consider the matter of Bulgaria's presentation of independence. Judications irom the other capitals of Jiiu-
rojie ure that the powers will iuter-
—ie to prevent un outbreak of hostilities iu the near east.
All the chancellors of Europe uru
buay toduy with efforts to discover
modus Vivendi which will result
in the maintenance of peace. France
has decided to act as mediator for
the purpose ol preventing war between Turkey and Bulgaria, and M.
Pichon, the French minister of foreign allairs, was today actively engaged in continuing negotiations to
this end which he began a week ago.
Great Britain also has made mediatory proposals to the government of
Turkey and Bulgaria, (lerinuny, ue
announced in Berlin, has associated
herself with these proposals. Germany will not counsel Turkey to go
to war.
The proclamation of Bulgaria has
been preceded by a conflict between
Bulgaria and Turtoay concerning control of the eastern rajjroad in eastern Bulgaria. Bulgaria took posit of this line m September because of a strike, and started to
operate It with military forces. When
ths strike had been settled she refused to return control to Turkey,
which action led to a sharp conflict lietween the two states.
In spite of peaceful endeavors of
powers concerned in this near eastern dilBculty, the military forces of
both Turkey and Bulgaria are preparing for eventualities. Tho Tin--
kiih army is stronger numerically,
but the Bulgarian army is in better
condition of efficiency.
Hut all energies aro being bent
towards the ma'ntenunce of jience is
clear. The foreign office of Europe
nre keeping the wires hot today In
un effort to (bid an agreement to
take tho placo of the treaty of Berlin, which Austria-Hungary and Bulgaria have torn up nnd thrown into
the fnces of tho signatories. The
treaty had governed the situation in
tho near oust for the past thirty
years. The action of Bulgaria and
Austria-Hungary la practically condemned in all official and diplomatic
quarters of London, but nt tho same
time, the British government is |>ro-
pared to co-opemte In any pacificatory steps which may be decided on.
Nows no less Interesting than tho
act of Prlnco Ferdinand is brought
In the Vienna despatches to the effect that Austria-Hungary has prnc-
lically decidod to annox the occupied
provinces of 'Bosnia and Horzogovina
and Emperor Francis Joserh has addressed a lctter to the hoada of all
states in these provinces. This communication Is being delivered today.
Prices on all tho bourses 0f Europo
have broken sharply 0n these two
political developments.
IS LANGFORD   DANGEROUS ?
So Jack Johnson has shifted again-
und says he will go iihoacl imd fight
Langford before ho meets Tommy
Burns. And all bocauso ho belioves
that tho Canadian is afraid of hlm.
According to a despatch received by
tho News-Advertisor, and published
yesterduy morning, -.Longford uud
Johnson will moot at London on
Novcmbor Oth, Johnson huving finally decidod to cull olf nil negotiations with tho Canadian fighter.
Sam Langford is conceded to bo the
most dangerous opponent that either
Burns or Johnson will ever have to
face. Johnson mny slip one over on
his colored opponent and in that
event would pnvo the way for nu immediate fight with Tommy Burns.
But, it on tho other hand, Langford
gets to tho black smoke. Burns will
have to go up against something
that will bo a littio difficult to put
away. If tho bout ovor materializes
tlie spectators will see one of the
greatest encounters ovor staged, foi
Langford, in addition to boing n
terrific hitter with either hnnd, is a
good boxer, and as cool as an icicle.
As a matter of fact there Is no one
except Barns and Johnson for Longford to fight. Langford hns walloped nil tho heaviest of tho white
heavy-weights, including Jim Barry
and Tony Ross, nnd has also vanquished Joe Jennnotte. Johnson,
Langford and Jcannefto form a trio
of the ablest bluck heavyweights
since the clays of Peter Jackson.
Billy Papke, tlio middleweight
chnmpion, has drawn the color line_
In Lnngford, and Ketchell, a benten
man, Is out of It except as n heavyweight. But in nny event, pbpko and
Ketchell again nro matched', and
Langford now has a chance to mnke
good when he goos against Johnson.
The oven dees
the baking, the
flre-box controls
the oven heat,
and the grates
hold the coal or
wood that produces the heat, so
THE GRATES
are important.
\ Double
\puplex
Grates
"Sask-alta" Double Duplex Grates are made
in four pieces, each grate shaken separately.
Ashes over' one grate can be shaken without
wasting good fuel over other grate. No poking
necessary, thereby saving fuel. Dampers at both
onds of fire-box secure perfect drafts. When
grates? are inverted for wood a patent clamp
■stains them in position. The easiest-working
vv.ay is the surest-serving way —and that's
"Sask-alta" way.
Hfe
ENGLISH BOXER IS
READY I'OR BATTLER.
Los Angeles, Oct. 3.—Baron Long,
matchmaker for the Jeffries Athletic
club, is ousting out his hooks for a
Thanksgiving eve battlo between Battling Nelson und Freddie Welch for
tho lightweight championship of tho
world.
The fast little Englishman is confident he can defeat the tough und
i-ugged 133-pound chnmpion if given
the opportunity. Welch has practically come to terms with the local
club. After talking business with tlio
Britisher today. Long sent tho following telegram to Nolson, in Chicago:
"Freddie Welch, champion of Great
Britain, hus agreed to meet yfiu in
either a 2*f.-rouiid or 45-round contest before my club on Thanksgiving
ove. In case you will meet him in
a SB-round bout, ho offers you a
side let of 83,000. If you will consider this, wire me nnd I will be
febd to mako you nnd Welch u sub-
stuntial proposition."
CALENDAR OF
SPORTS
FOR THE WEEK.
SIDELIGHTS ON 'i
SPORT
HE
OF OLD LAND.
BILLIARD CHAMPIONSHIP.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8.-The opening block of the ISO-point match for
the throo cushion billiard championship of the world was played here
last night. L. A. Huoaton, the challenger,    won tho block from    John
Tommy Burns, the Canadian boxer
will look back to his Ilrst impressions of Australia with somewhat
mixed feelings, for ho must have
formed a peculiar idea of thc mode
of,reception.
When ho landed at rerth, in western Australia, Burns wns informed
thnt there wns to bo n reception in
his honor. Needless to state the
local journals all sought interviews,
nnd, when those had been concluded,
Burns wns show, tho beauty spots
of the city, and then landed at For-
tuna Hull—tho scat of tho reception.
Tlie hnll was moro like a big stable than anything, and it was packed with people, who hnd nil paid
heavily for admission. The reception was practlcnlly a promoter's
asset, nnd Burns hud to sit and look
pleasant while several vory indifferent boxers gave exhibition bouts
Even tho spectators were disgusted
at the show, and Burns' feelings Can
bo bettor Imagined when on elaborate attempt to welcome him waa
made, and he was presented with a
walking stick. Burns subsequently
got a bit of his own buck against
Australians whon he met Squires
nnd Lang.
The British Olympic Council (las
published a statement or the finances of ths Olympic games up to the
end of July, which covers the period
of the principal' summor games. A
complete nudit cannot be looked for
until towards the end of the year,
liut It Is stated that tho financial
outlook Is quite satisfactory. The
ensh account to July 81. shows re,
ceipta aggregating £18,003 12s fid.
'Actual expenditures nt the samo
dot* was only £0,111 J 9s Id, but
thla did hot Include claims amounting to £5,092 r>B Ud, a  figure which
Tuesday.
Sturt of 1,000-mile reliability contest of Chicago Motor Club.
Wednesday.
Pennsylvunis vs. Villanova football
game at Philadelphia.
Harvard vs. Bates football game
ut Cambridge.
l-rinceton    vs.  Stevens   Institute,
football game at Princeton.
Thursday.
Opening of fuir    and race meoting
atiFort Worth, Tex.
Friday.
Marvin Hart vs. Hubert Mclnnis,
12 rounds, at Lexington, Ky.
Fred Bradley vs. Al Kaufman, six
rounds, at New York.
Maurice Sayers vs. Johnny Murphy
25 rounds, at Vernon, Cal.
Jimmy Walsh vb.  "Young Biitt,"
10 rounds, at Baltimore.
Saturday.
Wurd Marathon twonty Mile rond
nice ut Toronto.
Soccer football mutch, Seattlo vs.
Vancouver, at Vancouvor.
Rowing regatta on the Schuylkill
river at Philadelphia.
Elimination trinls for tho Vanderbllt cup raco on the Long Island
courso.
International baloon ruco at Berlin for tho ilennott cup.
ately for eastern and western divisions, thus conceding point contended for by C. P. It. management that
east und west woro separate divisions. Tho 0. P. R. is to uso all
ronsonnb.o menus to find employment
and to prevent dlscrlminntioa
against the men.
The result is therefore, in plain
English it complete victory for tho
C. P. R. nnd a corresponding defoat
for the men. Sir Thomas Rhnugh-
nessy and William Whyto, lmyc on
various occasions declared that the
strike could be determined by mon
returning to work undor tho terms
fixed by the conciliation board Imd
taking their chances of securing employment. Ovor a week ngo there wero
unofficial conferences botween William
Whyto und cortuin striking machinists who had boen omployees of tho
road for many years, looking for a
settlement of tho strike. These conferences were brought about, through
intervention of Baptist ministers of
the city. Whyto mado n proposition
to this committoo slmlllar to that
which is now tho basis of settlement
but with this highly important provision that tho C. P. H. would immediately re-engngo 00 per cent, of
tho .strikers ond would employ the
other 40 por cont. ns rapidly ns
thoro wore vacancies In order of
seniority. On Saturday tho Wlnnlpog
Strikers' committee under tho leadership of Boll Hardy, capitulated to
tho C. P. R. terms—not tonus informally offered a wook ago by Mr,
Whyto but moro stringent ones which
loaves the whole question of employment of strikers to tho discretion of the C. P. R. officials. Tbo
terms woro accepted horo nnd were
wired by C. P. R. officinls to Mr.
Shnughnossy who gave thom out.
Tho men hnvo not got a single eon
cession. They have boon out of work
for two months. They have no binding stipulation ns to employment.
Many of them will not secure employment at all as thc C. P. R. is
in a number of cases, undorcontract
to rotuin in thoir employ men they
havo engaged ns strike-broakors.
Aloroovor, according to despatches
from Montreal, men huve lost their
seniority ami pensions by going on
strike. Thoro wns a decided atmosphere of relieved tension this morning both among strikers' committee,
a,l of whom wero gathered in au
upper room of the Strathcona hotol
and among the. heads of the median
ical department, who to the number
of twelve or fourteen, wore in conference with Grant Hnll, superintendent of motive powers, in his office
at tho depot Inter, apparently' completing arrangements for receiving
of uld mon at thc shops.
It is believed that full 500 -constables wore employed by the C.P.R.
during tho striko unci throughout 21
hours of overy dny during tho con-
tost. The strikers had pickets stationed  nt evory opon  plnco nrotind 	
tho yards. This morning tho mon
met in tho Trades Hnll nnd npprov-
od tho terms with much bitterness, savings bank, whoso failure in 1899
i''™.10!,'! nm°'\ tf'f,   '," «'as followed by the sending to the.
wages.  Tho compnny is tnkmg buck °
nil married men but competent moc- penitentiary of Chas. Warren Spald-
hanics among strlke-brenvcrs remain jng, wns announced by the    Chicago
riUerT decider toALcftoPrtt^rms Titl° '"-** Ti"st R°" «*«• *»
of tho conciliation board; tho boiler- tordny. Tho roport shows that tho
mnkors.   however, got two cents nn 2,500    depositors have received 53J
^Mt£FJSi!^t r" "e," H"r"y ««*■ «» «*■ dollar, all that they
lecelvctl severe call-downs from mon    ,„ , .     ,    . ,
at the mooting. w'" over receive.     Involved in   the
I i  fnilure was    the disappearance    of
London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Canary
LOCAL    GENTS
Ladysmith Hardware Co.
PORTLAND
HOTEL
GOOD BOARDING.
BILLIARDS and POOL.
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Barclay & Conlin,
Proprietors
DEPOSITORS RECEIVE
S-100,000 In bonds of tho University
of Illinois.        Spalding, who     waa
53J CENTS ON DOLLAR, president of tho bnnk and treasurer
o! tho unlvors ty, was released from
CHICAGO, Oct. 3.-T1H final wind- the    penitentiary    about two years
ing up of the    affairs of the    Globe ago and now lives in Chicago.
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i
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Will be in Ladysmith every Wednesday at the Abbotsford Hotel, Room
Headings and treatments will be
given. Best of roforences given aa
to work dono in Nanaimo.
j. m. mot^GAN
Teacher ol Voice Production and
Singing. j
IN TOWN EVER.Y FRIDAY.
Engagements may be left at the
Standard Olllce.
TURNS OF SKTTLEM-ENT IN THE
0, P.  R.     STRIKE-MEN
GET NOTHING,
Montreal, Oct. fl.-Vico President
McMcoll of tho C. P. R. said today:
Wo had a despatch from tho West
last night saying tho striko is going
to bo called off but havo not vot had
any official Information that it hns
boon called off. Still wo aro satisfied
that arrangements to that ond aro
have boon mndo because the despatch
comes from our own people." It
will probably bo an hour or two
therefore, before tho striko Is officially declared at an ond. In tho
ovonts of It being called off, tho
heads of tho various departments
will ho nhlo to employ a lnrgo por-
coiitngo of tho strikers. Asked ns to
what would happen to tho mon
brought out from Englnnd Mr. Mc-
Nlcoll sulci the company, of courso,
would live up to tho terms of Its
agreement with thorn, adding that
most of thom wore engaged undor a
threo months' chnrtor.
Winnipeg, Mnn., Oet, B.-Tho striko
tho Cnnndlan   'Pacific mechanics
Sale of Land for Unpaid Taxes in South Nanaimo, North Nanaimo
and Nanaimo Gity Assessment Districts, Province of British Columbia
r horoby givo nolieo that on 'Friday, the ninth day of Octobor, A.D., 1008, at the hour of ten o'clock la
tho forenoon, ut the Court House, Nanaimo, I shall soil at public auction the lands in the list hereinafter
sot out of the persons iu lhe nnid list hereinafter set out for the dolinnuent taxes unpaid by the said ;jer-
sons on tho 81st cluy of December, 1907, nnd for interest, costs and ojcpensos, including ths cost of advertising sold sale, if tho total amount  is not sooner  paid.
THE LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.,
Namo of Person
Assessed.
nnd
and
Daily, the title holder, 50 to 29. The hos boon -nbeenuent.v ?ncr__ri"Tl_ '.fiJil.3 ."" m" yc"tordny' Jho <"•"■
second block will ba playad tonight. •""■"•"■"tly ""teased. The dltiona of settlement aroi-Represen.
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Gold Co	
Spratt Coppor
Gold Co	
Tacoma Steol Co,
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Van   Anda   Copper
& Gold Co
Vnn   Anda   Coppor
_ Gold Co.
Vnncouvor     Islund
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Purine Whaling Co,
'.Tomes, Willlnm
W'nllls, Rich. P.
WnllR Rich. P.
Gnlncfl,   Stephen
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
Delinquent Taxes.
SOUTH NANAIMO DISTRICT.
Pnrt of Lot II,  111 acres, Toxada Island.	
Part of Lot  1,  20-1 acres, Toxada Island 	
Lots 1, 2, 8, i,  and 5, 974 acres, Toxada Island.,
Purt of Lot lfl, 520 acros, Toxada Islund 	
Lot 2i), 220 acros, Toxada Island 	
Lots 11, 12, und 13, 548 ncros, Toxada Island ....
Lots 7 and 3, 185 acres, Toxada Island
Lot 14, 3SI   teres, Toxnda Island, 	
Interest up to
date of  Sale.
|11.4«      1 .53      12.00      fl3.'*»
Lot 20,  155 acres, Toxnda Island
N.W. i Section 28, 11 ncros, Onliriola Island 	
E pt. Sect. 2 und 3, Range 15, 147 acros, Cedar Diat.
E pt. Sect. 0, Rango 5, 57 ncres Cranberry District
W pt. Sect. I), Rnngo G, 13 ncros, Cranberry District.
E pt, Sect. L3, Rango 0, 40 ncres, Crnnborry District
W pt. Soct 18, Range 7, 50 acres, Crnnborry District'
-ORTH NANATMO DISTRICT,
Lot 25, lfli) acros, Wellington District.
Lot   11,  2i'2 acres, Wellington District.
Part nf Lot 7-1. 20 ncros, Nnnooso District 	
Lots 7, 8, 11, 30, nnd 78, 2008 acros, Niiiihci.ho Will
'cil 82,  Kin norma, Nanooso District 	
NANAIMO CITY DISTIUOT.
Pnrt of Lots 15 and 16, Rango XL, 8 87-100  ncres,
Nanaimo City District ,	
11.10
79.64
52.00
22,00
54.80
88.35
'-45.75
15.52
.52
8.70
2.42
1.02
2.55
5.28
2.49
.72
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
18.bl
85.il.
56.42
25.02
59.15
95.58
50.2*
18.24
V
.80
20.04
.05
.98
2.00
2.00
•2.85
22,97
7.81
.16
2.00
9.67
_-.S8
.06
2.00
2.84
5.13   '
.25
2.00
7.8T
6.10
.29
2.00
4.-14
10.42
8.80
.67
'  .64
2.00
2.00
12.99
11.84
7.80
71.40
19.20
.87
8.12
.89
2.00
2.00
2.00
10.67
76.78
6.42
.48
9.00
11.90
Nunaimo, 17th Sept., 1908,
U. BATE, Collector. f
'TelegraphNewsofthe
World in General,
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SELECT MONTREAL.
Omaha, Neb., Oct. 2.-Moiitreal
was selected as the convention city
of tho League of American Municipalities for 1909.
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AUTO  ACCIDENT.
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 2.-Mrs. Hattle
Demers of Kalamzoo, Mich., was n-
stantly kllkSl last night and Louia
J Foyo of Detroit was probably
fatally Injured when the automobile
in which they were-riding was struck
by a streot car on Jefferson Avenuo
Mr. Feyos has a fractured Bkull ana
a broken arm. Mrs. Demers neck was
broken.
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OLD SAILOB DEAD.
St. Catharines, Ont,, Oet. 8.-0ap-
taln MoAvery, an old lake sailor, ia
dead.
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•DUTY ON LIQUORS TO THE
YUKON.
OTTAWA, Ont., Oct. 8.-An onHn-
ance was published placing a duty
ol fifty cents par gallon on porter,
beer and ales imported into tha Yukon territory. Thla does not apply
to Canadian or Brltlab producta.
The ordinance la effective Nov. 1,
and cancels the free importation at
the request of the Yukon commission
and council.
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HEAVY SENTENCES.
Napanee, Ont., Oct. 2.—Charles
Oonyea, of Kaladar, was sentenced
to five years in the penitentiary for
burning barns ill' Kaladar. Stanley
Peterson on a similar charge nnd
also on a charge ot seduction ol o
girl under sixteen years of age was
sentenced ten years In tho penitentiary.
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ANGLICAN SYNOD.
Ottawa, Ont., Oct. 2.- Lower
house Anglican synod has defeated
a motion In the Upper House to es.
tabliah second orders of Deacons in
Canada.
A  BIG    LANDSLIDE  AT  PRINCE
RU'FEP.T.
Creek Banks Give Way,    and    Trees
and Debris Including a 'Residence are svvopt into
tho Sea.
MANY   ARE  INJURED   BY   CARELESS    AUTOISTS.
time it was defeated by the Japanese under Admiral Togo, is writing a
naval' history of tho war. The Ilrst
volume, dealing with events to the
decisive battle of Tsushema straits, j woro carried down
hos been completed.
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Vancouver. B. 0,, Oct. 5.—A great
landslide occurred lost Thursday at
Prince Rupert. Hull' a, mile west of
the town, a creek,   with high prod-
pltous banks, had     bocomed choked. ,    h       „„„ ,     ,
with floating dolins, fanning u great)
reservoir. Under this great pressure
the cloy banks gnvje way and   land
No. 4 which had been gma'Slied in
the mix-up resulting Irom. the running-  down  of Flckett remained    off
one Killed. One Fatally InJuraU and ^t^^'tt^LtTn
Twelve Others     Hurt in Aulu      |tUe ninth hour.    The Italian entry
Accidents iu New Vori. ] driven by DePnlmu and  the Ameri
can car driven by Chervelet were the
next to    come  to  grief, the former
NEW YORK,     Oct.    3.—One   man
wus killed, a   woman probably     fatally injured, twelve other men and
„I3_ITB1_,
and water slipped away towards tho
sea. Trees as largo as four feet thick
DIES FROM FALL.
Toronto, Oct. 5.—Alex. Falconer,
about 60 years old, a retired school
teacher, fell from a street car on
Sunday night and fractured his skull
He was taken to the hoapitai but
died from his lnjurled last night.
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WORLD'S RECORD.
New York, Oct. 5.—A world's record discus throw of 140 ft. 12} ins.
was mar'- by M. J. Sheridan of the
Irish Amerlcao Athlotic Clubl at the
Pastime Athlotic Club yesterday.
The former record wns 139 ft. 11
Ins., made by A. J. Doarborn, of the
Now York Athletic Club.
MONTREAL, Oct. 8.—Nominations
for Commons yesterday were Hamll
ton East, Mayor Stewart, Con.
Hamilton West, Samuol Barker, Con;
Jaoquea CarUar, A. Boy*, lib.
HAMILTON'S POPULATIOH.
Hamilton. Ont., Oct. 2-According
to tha assessment rolls, Hamilton's
population now la 67,000.
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MISS THOMASON AGAIN.
Toronto, Oct. 8.—Miss Thoraoson
St. John, N.B., yesterday won for
the fifth time the ladles national
golfing championship, defeating Mrs,
Mussen, Montreal, on Lambton links
by four up and two to play,
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THAW OASB.
White Plains, N.Y.. Oct. 2.-9herM
Lane, of Wast Cheater County, wh0
yesterday refused to comply with an
order from Judge Archibald of the
district court in Pittsburp to produce Harry K, Thaw for examination In that court, haa been directed
himself to appear before that court
The sheriff said today that he will
respect the latest order and with his
personal counsel will go to Pittsburg
to s<>pear before Judge Archibald
It is expected that he will be Questioned at that time concerning his
refusal to comply with the order directing him to take Thaw to Penn
sylvnnia penitentiary.
Sheriff .Lane's action yesterday was
taken upon tha advice of Attorney
Oeneral Jackson who advised him
not to permit Thaw to leave this
state until It had boen determined by
law whether he could, bo compelled
to do io.
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* STILL IN THE RING. •
* Birmingham,   Oct.     5.—Mem-  •
* hers of the family denied yester- *
* day tho report published In the  *
* news of the world that Joseph  *
* Chamberlain     Intended shortly  *
-* to retire    from the House    of •
* Commons.      On  the contrary, *
* they declared that his health is >
* much improved and that he has *
* prepared an address to his con- *
* atituents. •
A section of the
jfovernmont telegraph lino was carried out nnd the residence of James
McDonald, O. T. P. contractor, wns
swept into tho son. No ono wns in
Iho houso nt the time.
DROWNED  AT  PRINCE RUPERT.
Vancouver, B. C, Oct. 5.—Willie
Frlzzoll, aged 16, a son of tho pioneer morchnnt here, fell in his bout
yesterday and being stunned drowned in shallow wnter.
GAVE UP FIGHT EARLY.
New York, Oct. 3.—Desponden: be
cause of his dark prospects for the
future, Francis Kearn, 28 years old,
shot h s fiancee, Miaa Margaret St.
Clair, 25 yoars old, aftor taking hor
to a lonely spot In the East Meadows in Central Park, late laat evening, and then tried to kill himself
liy firing a bullet Into his head. Tho
girl will reoover but the young man
will probably die.
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MILK STRIKE.
Toronto, Oet. 2.—Up to two p.m.
today, the retailers and producers
had failed to reach an agreement to
end the milk strike. Very littio was
delivered in the city today.
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NEW PRINCIPLE-
Toronti, Oct. 5.—Rev. Alex. Gaudier, pastor of St. James Squaro
Presbyterian church, has accepted the
prlnclpalshlp of Knox college.
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SYDNEY  STRIKE.
Sydney, N.S., Oct. 2.—About sixty
men In the Dominion steel plant
struck work today on nccount of dissatisfaction with the new rate of
wages effective yesterday. More men
may go out.
,f_cu_   Oil'   Willi.
SOFIA', uct. ii.— Bulgaria, a tributary principality uuuer tno sui-cr-
ahity ol tho oultun oi xurivey, today
ijrucluuiieU for' inuepouduueo of .__.•-
ney. ihis action was taiveu at
liervo iiy irince Ferdinand wno was
elected i-riucc of Bulgaria in Itiii.
the liulguriuu cabinet was present
with the prince, having mot him yesterday ut, tho frontier uud journeyed
with nil- tu Tioryo. The party armed ut liervo lust evening, it is
the ancient Capital of the kingdom
of Bulgaria. It wus there that the
undent kings of Bulgaria were
crowned.
The proclamation of Independence
of Bulgaria actually has boen made,
und it would probably bo useless to
attempt to induce Prince Ferdinand
to withdraw it. it is known that
the Bulgarian cavalry is mobilizing
un tho frontier und that Prince I-'er-
uinand hus determined lo sties to
his guns*
The diplomatic representatives ol
tho powers generally believe that
war would spell ruin lo the new c0n-
stitutionul rule in Turkey, und that
lhe Sultun would use war as a pro-
text for withdrawing the constltu
tion. \
Sofia,     Oct. 5.— The proclamation
more or less damaged iu a series of
early morning motor accidents today. ' Tho dead man wus Edward
Uyun of Brooklyn, and tbe woman
most severely hurt ls Miss Josephine
Wagner. Tbey were struck by a
big touring car which tore, through
Livingston street, Brooklyn, early
today, whilo Kyan and Miss Wagner
were ou their way home from an entertainment. Ryan was instantly
Killed und Miss (Vaguer sustained a
fractured skull and other injuries.
The driver of tho big car, which
iwas occupied by several men and
women, turned his power to the
highest notch aftor bowling over
ltyan and Miss Wagner, and sped
away. A few minutes infer a "big
car, occupied by soveral men, was
held up at Brooklyn bridge and the
oceupuuts arrested. The car stop-
pud by the police had both lamps in
tact, while the car which struck Ryan and Miss Wagner lust one uf its
lamps in the collision.
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C_J__ RACE FOR 1 Mi    BASEBALL PENNANT.
Pittsburg Squeezed Into First Place
but New York Appears to Have
Advantage of Remaining
Contests.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3.—Greater u
certainty than ever over the ultimate outcome of un almost unprece-
deutly close race for the isational
I_ugue pennant has come as a result of yesterday's overturn in the
relative standing of the three loading
teams. Through a double header
victory Pittsburg squeezed into first
place with a   lead of less than a full
MANUFACTURERS OF Ali, KIND- OF
cracking two cylinders and the latter
seizing    its  bearings.  The     Italian
car  retired  in  the eighth hour    and
tho American car in the seventh. Tn __
the Oth hour, however, the American  ^
entry had  boen   sufficiently repaired  }£:
to re-enter the contest, but wus fore-  E_
silffL"£aSJvH| rough and dresskd fir lumber
cars, the first four were keeping   up   m- nivn   /1T,n . M   ottt\t/-it nc. ^ -   a mn
the light pace. Tt was a pretty race £ Jil_J_>  CM) A I. blllNGLES and LATH
between these, however, and the ear-■•*»£.
ly morning crowd was brought to its  g^ ~~"     "
feet again and ogain as first one and  <g~
thon the   other  shot by the grand  ^-
stand at a mile a minute speed. Ifc
LADYSMITH,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA :
v^ghton  Beach, "o_-:" 3._aT' 7 X0 ' ^iUiiUUiiUUiii-UiiUliiUiUiU.iUiUiUiUiii.UiiiiUiikiUiUiUi
a.m. Car No. 7 shot through tho
fence nt the northeast turn; and wns
overturned. Tho driver escaped with
brulaes. The accident was caused by
the explosion of a front tiro. Tho
roar wheel of the car was broken
and the driving gear and frames
were twisted.
Score tenth hour—No. 6, 508; No.
, 505; No. 2, 408; No. 11, 328;
No. 7, 293; No. 9, 286: No. i, 241;
No. 12, 206; No. 16, 14, and 3 are
out. No. 4 after being off tho track
for six hours Is again in tho race.
No. 9 after boing out four hours hns
nlso returned. Rest previous record
for ton hours 465 miles.
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ARE IN HOSPITAL   AS RESULT
OF FIGHT.
BISHOjFrS  CONDITION  CRITICAL.
Hartford, Conn., Oct. 5.—Right
Rev. Michel Tierney, bishop of the
Catholic diocese of Hartford, who
was stricken with apoplexy on Saturday, waa extremely critical this
morning.
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THE TORONTO FAIR.
Toronto, Oct. 5.—Although the attendance at the Canadian Notional
Exhibition today fell thousands below last year, the total receipts
were 1209,000, aa compared with
S202.000 In 1907.
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CITY OFFICIAL COMMITTED.
NATIVES IN BATTU5.
Manila, Oct. 8.—A delayed report
received today from tho Island of
Mlndano, tolls of a hnttlo between
scouts ond outlaw Moros in which
more than a dozen casualties occurred; An outpost company of
scouta waa attacked on Kelthley
road by a band of fifty Moroa In
the sudden onslaught one of the
scouts was kille-1 and two were Injured. The company rallied, however, driving off the superior \ force
with a Idas of nine native! killed
nnd several wounded.
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ADMIRAL TOGO WRITING BOOK.
• essssssns—s
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct, 5.- Following the example of Gen. Kuropat-
kln who wrote a history of the land
campaign of    the lato wae. between
of Bulgaria as a  kingdom wus for-j point    over New i'ork and Chicago
mally mado at Tiervo today. I in third placo, is only a   single point
Constantinople, Oct. 5.—Turkey is
convinced that Austria backed by
Uerniaay, encouraged Bulgaria to
declare her independence in order to
strike a blow at the lluimil ministry and compromise the now legisla:
tion. lt is not known what stops
Turkey will take, but tho impression
prevails that a European conference
will be held to consider the whole
question.
Berlin, Oct. 5.—News wns received
ut the foreign ofiico last night that
Turkey had been informed Bulgaria
wus determined to proclaim hor independence today.
Washington, Oct. 3.—The position
of America in regard to tho ucute
situation in tho Balkans is largely
that of a looker-on. It is a situation, "the oillciais say, with which
tho signatories to the trouty 0f Berlin have to do. The United States
government, not boing a signatory
to the Berlin treaty, has no voice in
the complications or developments
which may arise out of that convention.
Paris, Oct. 5.—France hns decidod
to enact the role of mediator to prevent war between Turkey and Bulgaria. Foreign Minister Michon already has begun a series of conferences with the other powers tu roach
an understanding the purpose of
which should be the uiiiintonunce of
peace, when the official news of
Prince Ferdinand's proclamation at
Tiervo arrived. The Foreign Minister Congo, received with M. Iswols
ky, the Russian miiflstec of loroign
affairs, und Namoum Pasha the Turkish nmbaasador. This afternoon ho
will moot the Austro-Hungarian, Br
tish nnd American ambassadors, as
woll as tho Bulgarian diplomatic representative, Mr. Stancolf. The situation is" considered most grave.
lower down in the percentage tab-
Even though in second pluco, Now
York has a slight advantage, as she
has still four games to play before
the close of the seasun while Pittsburg and Chicago have only two
each. Should New York win all
four games tho pennant will fly at
the polo grounds another year.Ev-
en if the other tennis played faultlessly in thoir remaining scheduled
gumes. Pittsburg today again will
try her strength with St. Louis,
from whom she took the double
header victory yesterday, while New
York plays at Philadelphia and
Chicago at Cincinnati.
Detroit still holds the top placc in
the American League with four
points lend over Cleveland. Chicago, by its defeat of yesterday, is 18
points behind the Tigers. The load-
ng tenm will he on Its home diamond today where it will meet St,
Louis, while Chicago will play with
Olepeland,
Toronto, Oct. 2.—Geo. Adamson,
ex-collector of.tnxes, hus been committed for trial on a charge of
thoft loft this city,
♦
BROKE NECK.
Belleville, Ont. Oct. 2—Wm. Young
broke his neck today by falling from
a scaffold. Death was Instantaneous.
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NEW MINISTER SWORN IN.
OTTAWA, Oot. 5.—Charles Murphy
of Ottawa, at noon today waa sworn
in aa a member of the Dominion cabinet. He will be sworn later as
secretary of state, Hon. Scott not
having yet completed work in preparation for the coming election.
The ceremony took place before Sir
Charles Fitzpatrlck, deputy governor,
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£       i THE  3
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OHARQE OF    COWARDICE LAID.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 3.— During the official inquiry into the
wreck of the ship Star of Bengal, direct charges of cowardice and desertion wero made against C. Farrar
and P. Hamilton, masters of the
cannery tugs flattie Gage and Kay-
a'v, which woro towing the vessel
when the wreck occurred.
Capt. Nicholas Wagner, Mate Victor Johnson nnd several members of
the crew testified before nn inspector
that the blame for the loss of the
vessel nnd all the lives rested upon
lho tow-boat captains. Capt. Wagner has been directed to swear to
his choreas before tho supervising Inspector at Washington. The accused tow boat captains will then be
prosecuted.
SHOOTING AFFRAY.
New Orleans, La., Oot. 5.— Two
killed aad one fatally wounded waa
yesterday'a record for Sunday qunr-
rola in New Orleans. Joe. Bowers,
a carpenter, waa killed by Jas. Comer, a aaloon keeper, who claimed
he ahot In soil defence. Lottie Gad-
dya, a Degress was killed by her
; husband because of Jealouay.   Walter
SOCIALISTS SHY ON MONEY
NEW YORK, Oct. 2.-In an effort
to keep the "red special" with Eugene V. Debs, on the track, members of tho Socialist party here are
making determined effort today to
replenish tho campaign fund of the
Socialist party. An appeal from
their presidential candidate was received yesterday stating that unless
funds wore forthcoming at once, the
special train on which he is travelling could not be brought east.
"The eastern trip up to election
day must be made," Debs says ln
hia appeal. "It would be a humiliation to the Sociulist pnrty to confess to the world that it had started
a train and could not carry it to
its destination. One thing ls certain, and that is, that if my
leagues and I nre of any value at
all as campaigners and propadand-
ists, the apoclal train multiplies that
vnluo twonty times over. Thore will
be no chance to make any further
-'...Jnppeat. If tho train is to continue,
till tho close of the campaign, the
money will have to como quickly."
HAOI-'RS LBAVK  TRAIL OF IN
.II.'RED AND DEAD.
Brighton Beach, N, Y„ Oct. 2.—
A.-trail of Injurod and dying men
and hopelessly wrecked racing ma-
chinos behind thom, six of twelve
autos which started in tbe 2-1-hour
raco at Brighton Bench race track
last evening, were still in the mad
whirl at 8 o'clock toduy. Apparently
prudence had been enst to tho winds
and no chance was considered too
great; no danger too meniiceing to
the daring pilot at the steering
wheels of the flying machines. As a
result all previous records had been
left in tho fnr distance and it was
apparent that If tho terrific speed of
the lenders was maintained to the
ond, 100 miles would be added to
tho 24-hour figures. Tho four leaders at the ond of the tenth hour
wore in ndvnnco of tho bost previous
mnrk of three toforty-three mlloB.
jol. This was not accomplished, however,
without a fearful array of accidents
in which driver nnd mechanic escap-
od death by tho narrowest margin.
In tho third hour a piling up of racing mnchines going nt bettor than
55 miles nn hour wns avorted as by
a miracle, four cars grouped closely
together being thrown ln confusion
by tho crossing directly In the path
of M. C. Flckett, spoclal patrol officer. Three cars mnnnged to nvold the
dodging machine, but Robbson's machine struck him with fearful force
nnd hurled him sixty foot. Ho was
plclcod up unconscious nnd is now In
n critical condition at a hospital.
All tho othor Injured ore drivers and
mochnnlcs    of    tho    racing    ears,
At the Nanaimo hospital Mike
Mollis and John Hannia uro lying
suffering from injuries received at
Extension last night in one of ths
bloodiest allairs that ever occurred
there.
At the provincial jail is Mike Dallas, who wus arrested this morning
by Provincial Constable Trawford at
Extension, charged with intent tu
do grievous bodily harm, un indictable offence.
The affair occurred last night. It
seems that the three men, who bach
together, were drinking and a quarrel arose at which the prisoner is
alleged to have grabbed an axe and
struck Mollis across tho neck with
tlio blade of the axe, the blow glancing along towards tho jaw, inflicting
a deep wound iu both places. His
companion, llnnnis, was also struck
with the nxe, tho blade sinking into
the right shoulder nnd smashing in
to the collar bone.
What led up to the affair, other
than the reason given above is not
known at present writing. Both nien
were hurried to tho hospital here
last night and on inquiry this after
noon the hospital ofllcials stated
thnt they were doing as well as can
be expected.
Tho prisoner appeared boforo Government Agent Bray this morning,
and tbe case was remanded until
Monday to see how the injured mou
are by that time. Constable Trawford says that the house where the
assault took place beggars description. In afl his experience as n
policeman he never saw so much
blood. There is blood everywhere.
It Is lying congealed on tho floor,
furniture is covered with it, and
blood-stained finger marks smear
the walls. Furniture is broken nnd
the inaidc of tho place generally
wreck.
ihe prisoner gave no trouble at
the time of arrest, being perfectly
sober. He told the constable that
his friends had told him to get out,
and he said he wished that he had.
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GRAPPLING   WITH HARD
PROBLEM.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2.-The final
session of the seven sections of the
International Tuberculosis Congress
here, began this morning in the national museum. Session one was
opened during the morning with
discussion relative to pathology, anatomy and histology. Pneumonia in
the process of pulmonary tuberculosis was one object which brought
forth several addresses. Measures
for increasing resistance to tuborcu-
losis, such aa parks and playgrounds, out-door sports, physical
education, individual immunity nnd
social conditions and the importance
of family histories for the study of
tuberculosis, occupied the attention
of other sections.
A Savings Hank Department will be :
found at the branches of die Hank in Can-;
aila. Deposits of $1 and upwards aio:
received and interest i:i allowed at current
ftes. The depositor is subject to no |
1,'lay in tile withdrawal of the whole or i
uiy portion of the deposit. Accounts may:
ie opened in tho name- ol i.vo or moro nor-
ions. Withdrawals to Iio mado by Lay one '
ol the number or by Ilia timlvor.        nt •
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NANAIMO, IIC.
Ti-
^-■*% *•% %-^ m* *.« ^-». •%**.■%.-»*. %.^».. ^
Peevor's
Bowling
Alley
And Billiard Saloon! j
Po-landEngbsh
Billiard Tables.
Daily Piize for Highest
Bowling Score.
H.WRIGHT
run stock of Misers' Tools.
f
i
Ship Repairing Work
A Specialty
All kinds o* Blacksmlthlng
Done at Short Notice.
I
o •n-mmm.^m.'m^m*
London, Ont., Oct. 6.—The grand
jury hns returned a true bill against Private Moir charged with shooting Color-Sergt. Lloyd at Wolsoley
bnrrncks hero in April.
THE CITY MARKETi OflOlOE CAKES
arjd Pastry
It WILLIAMSON, PBOP.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MEATS and VEGETABLES
Lndybmith. B. O.
Dissolute 01 Pftrincrsnlp.
The p rtaewbip heretofore ex
still, between the undersigned  is
Always Fresh on Hand.
Wedding and  Party  Cakes Mad,   to
Ordor.
Fruits and Candloa of All Kini.i
F11ESH BltRAD EVERY DAY.
t_i.dtty dissolved by mutual  con-1   ™<** «re    "<**   reo.onable.    All
sent.   All debts   duo  to  and  all Customers treated .like.  _
debts by the undersigned are pay-
able to and by Joseph Cartwright |
SODH i '-WTtA'-Tfitt P :
JOSEPH .ARTWRIGH f
ROBERT BARCLAY
Ladysmith, B.C, Aug. 24th, 190S;
nug 2Gth 1 in
Russia and .Tmp-n, Admiral Nebego- 8. Blnrtone m» fatally
toll who commanded a  ftguidron   of Kail* KIbh
Admiral Rojestveniky•» fleet at    the um woman,
KILLED IN RUNAWAY.
Houston, Tex., Oct. 5.—In a  runaway accident Id the city park  yesterday B. W. Carless, a  member of
a  leading hardware firm, was killed,
and     Mr.   P   w   Traa,i-«.. —a hn. none of them nro seriously hurt. Tho
and    Hn. F. M. Treadway and hor m|flh       _mmM fnat up'on one „.
children wero painfully Injured.  Ut- otner throughout the   night.     The
tie Ilfrey, 11 yeara old, eufferod     a French enr No. 14 catrhlng firo   in
tho sovonth hour and thc Italy on-
wounded hy,broken log, and Benrioks Davis  and
sustained painful injurlw.
ton who command^ a  enuadron  of K.M. K-^n'taT'^rt TuT _. Ir*wr«."__-_ two __a„ ohlMren"; ^J0' 15 -Crft8h'"fr lnt°- ^ ^
soon nftonvnrds, retiring both
from the remainder of the contest.
NO HONING-NO GRINDING
Steel is iron free from dirt, nlr
or foreign substance fused wllh
carbon. iCarbon gives toughness
stenotic, keeness and life,    < v
Thirty year's study of the razor
sltuallon has shown a way tor
add the highest per cent of
carbon to a Carbo Magnetic
razor blade throug a secret
processor ELECTRIC TEMPER.
ING giving It a uniform diamond like hardnesS'Somc-
thing absolutely Impossible
with flre tempered razors,
and they are Hamburg ground _
But Test this IINCONDITIOfO
ALLY GUARANT-CD razor at
home-or have your barber use J
It on you-for thirty days WITH.
OUT OBLIGATION TO
PURCHASE.
SOI.K AI1ENT3:
Ladysmith Hardware Co.
Hotel Cecil
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS
Bost Liquors and Cigars.
HILL &   SANDERSON
PHOPRIBTOKS
On the Esplanade.
Ladysmitli,  D. O.
The Best Butcher Shop
in Town is
Jno. A. Ryan
Roberts Street
p. o visHem
[Teacher of Music]
Studio in Williams' Block J
Mr. Mark Bate'was ln Victoria yes
terday In attendance nt tho funeral
of tho lato Mrs. .loan Dunsmuir, bo-
'ing ono of tho pnllboarors at tho
funernl. Plonoers from all parts of
tho Island wero In attendance to pay
tholr last respects to tho deooased.
.1
Ut Jawtycti)
1 hotographer
Flrst Class Photos,
Gallery on First Avonuo Furs
We've started out to get all the
trade there is this season in re*
gard to furs. No longer any occasion to send away for a single
thing. In addition to the new and
attractive styles we're showing,
we have tho biggest fur organization in Canada to draw from.
That means anything wanted we
can get. It means too, that you
know who you are buying from,
and that you run no risks. We
invite the most careful comparison of values. Our prices are the
lowest.
Shoes
Don't spend a cent on shoes un-
you have seen   what we    can
do for you, both as to style and
ice.
Our shoes come direct from the
largest and best manufacturers in
Canada and have all the latest
touches of style and novelty. We
guarantee to giye you satisfaction, for hard wear, durability
stylo.
All we nsk is a chance to show
you what we have ready.
.It
W    Board of Trade   to tha department of marine sad fisheries at  Ottawa. |
When interviewed at ihe hotel Vancouver  Admiral Kingsmlll wal reticent, but Intimated    that the fisher-'
lea protective    service ls entirely in-)
adequate.     Admiral Klngamill stated that he saw no poaching on   bis
trip for the simple reason that poach
ing) is    seldom indulged in with    a
customs boat ia the vicinity. i
"The Kestrel stands too high out
of the water and can be aeon miles
away," said the head of the fisheries
protective service, "and I   have been
Informed that as many as a  hundred'
American boats enter Canadian harbors and    cross over tho three-mdle
lino when the Kestrel is absent. The
Kestrel has too big a  run, and as
I it is required that poachers must be,
.caught in  tho act, tho Kestrel with
her   eight-knot    speed is practically,
useless to enforce the law. When the;
Kestrel heaves in sight, tho poachers
hop out of    tho limits.     Thero     Is
nothing to protect Canadian waters
when tho Kestrel ts not  on the spot
and the boat certainly has too big a
course to cover.    Quatsino Sound is
ono of the favorite resorts    of    the
American poachers."
PERSONAL NEWS.
Mr. F. Hawes went down to Victoria on Monduy morning.'
Mr. .). M. Morgan returned to Victoria on Monday morning..
Mr. Sam Thompson of Kxiension,
got back from ahunting trip on Sundny evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason left for their
home in Vancouver on Sundn evening after visiting Mrs. Mason's
mother nnd sisters, Mrs. and the
Misses Clnye.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Akenhead got
back from Courtenay on Saturday
afternoon.
Mrs. Tt. Ross of Extension went
down to Victoria on Monclny morning.
Mr. C. Mnrtin left on Sundny on a
business trip.
Mr. IT. E. Elklns loft town to-day.
Mr. Wm. Thomas wont down to
Victoria this morning.
LOCAL NEWS
Tho new amusement bylaw was put
into force on Sunday, and the billiard rooms closed up.
Mayor Nicholson has sold out his
entire interest in the Opera House.
The deal was put through on Satur-
duy by Mr. John Stewart, unci Mr.
James Dudley Shipp, lute of Yaky-
ma, Is now in possession. Of course,
all the bookings mnde with his worship will hold good. Mr. Shipp, it is
understood, will try nnd fix up an
apparatus to run a moving picture
show, while hc will also try to book
all tho theatricnl companies touring
in this circuit.
Chicago. October 6.—What is said
to have been the closest'pennant
contest ever waged by American
league baseball clubs came to an
end In this city whon Detroit, dhamr
pions of 1907, captured the emblem
for another yenr by defeating Chicago 7 to 0.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders, superscribed "Tender for School house," will be received by tho Hon. the Chief Commissioner up to noon on Tuesday,
the 19th October, 1908, for the erection and completion of a large one-
room frame school-houso at Courtenay, Comox Electoral District.
Pions, specifications, contract and
forms of tender may bs seen oa and
Mayor Nicholson had a slight accident ,n the .cork of low<).'ilig I In,
promises laU-'y occupied by Mr. Russell Simpson -'own to the p'i.'Wull
Tho work ,ve-i about compUt.il and
the building was being "Jni'Kod '
down on to the bed prepare 1 for *t.
His worship was called awny for a
moment and fnilecl to notify thc man
on the other side who kept lowering
away. The result wns tho hulling
keeled ovor off Ithe "Jacks" anl came
down on the run, glass and bricks
flying In all directions. Mr. John
Stewart was on the spot at the
time and made the get nway of his
life. Fortunately no ono wns hurt.
all cleared awny; but the smoke from
Winch's Orand Duko Cigars is gain,
ing in volume all the time. The more
you smoke them the more you liko
them. X
The hunting parties which left
town last week hnve all got back,
and so far as can bo ascertained,
nono of them lost moro than a button. The "first" it seems, were
"never" in it. Bell had thirteen pea,
it is said, antl tho only thing he got
a "sight" on-wns Ten Clnyc whom
he mistook for n hear. They found
a Kingfisher which somo boy had
olain with n rock nnd thnt was tho
only glimpse of a fenthorthey got,
Winche's sharp-shooters did lots hot'
tor hut they report that it wns too
dry. Anyone who saw tho express
leave the Orniid could hnve guessed
thnt much. Night dews, especially
mountain dew, moke awfully dry
mornings.
There is one good thing to be got
In Victoria. That is Winch's Orand
Duko Cigar which is on sale at Wes-
terndalo Railway Cigar Store, opposite     the    E. * N. station, at the
Tames' Bay Cigar Store, opposite after the 6th day of October, 1908,
the C. P. R. Hotel and at the Hub at tho offices of tho Government
Cigar Store on Government Streot Agent, Cumberland, of R. Carter,
run by Lewis and Evans. X Esq., Secretary of the School Board,
» — i Courtenay, and a tthe Lands    and
Mayor Nicholson hns secured    tho Works Department, Victoria, B. 0.
contract for,tho building of n school1   Each proposal must ho accompan-
house up nt the head of tho bay ond 'ed by an accepted bank cheque   or
will commence work upon it immo-, certificate of deposit on a charter-
diately. ,eo bank of Canada,   made payable
i | to the Honourable the Chief    Com-
Messra. James Adam and R. R. f}!"'_"e'_ '°r * ,B"m «iulyalent to*
Hindmarch will attend the meeting £?,£' »",*: •»'**• f?°f™SL_? °?t
of the Pacific Const Loague Exec..- SS^'^^SS ISulS^-*-' til
tive on Sundny in Nnnalmo. Besides ftf-"!!*?^"^ *!_?,*?"*?
the business of the appointment   ■*< i-nto «"»tr«». "*". called upon   tc
do so, or If he fall to complete tha
work contracted for. The cheque   or
SEE
'.
windows if you want to see
something nice in tho shirt
line.
We have received nearly all
our fall shirts in and ws guarantee thom to give satisfaction
as well as being ths very newest.
SEB   WINDOWS.
W. E
MORRISON
of
referees for November there Is the
action of Victoria' in cancelling    all ^^0, of ^^ of „„.__.„.
teaSX-l?? ,f!*tUroS t0f.°fC,r-_*ef1' ">• tenderers will be returned to
Practically It   moans thnt Victoria thenl „       the „„,„„„„ of tho con.
is out of the League for no club will »,„<_
travel to the Capital City unless It Tender. wm not „. con9idered un-
is assured that the return fixture lem _ade out on the forms plled
will he ployed. The locnl team has signed wlth tn. actUttl ,|gnnture of
suffered by this untoward spnsm to th. tenderer, and enclosed In the en
tho extent of ¥50.00, nnd is quite volopes furnished,
willing to relegate Victoria to that Tnc> lowest of any tender not reposition of "Splendid Isolation" In cessarlly accepted,
the football world which it so mani-, p.  _, GAMBLE,
festly deserves. I publlo Worka Engineer.
>'    - Landa and Works Department,
The Grand Duke   Clear cha '• ' -.s Victoria, B. 0., 2rd October, 1908.
all brands.   It is made In town, -ind,——— ——_______
is tho hist smoke In town. Don't <->r- \   NOTICE   OF   CONSIGNMENT,
get to caU for it. X, •——
t I   PURSUANT to     the   "Creditors'
The story of a family quarrel Trus* Dee*1a *cl, 1*J01'' an<? aTO?_d;
whlch had far bettor hnvo been set- -JJ* A<*s> "*?"« '» „oro^Ki--L^i*
tied at homo camo hefore Magls- ?u9,.,Hi"' ° the ,0_*li",fcJWS'r'
trates Nicholson and Matheson last i"??,VTiT ?' ^."^ ^""i.-.
night. A smart lecture from   Judge f"6™1 »««*ont, did on. the 28rd
Matheson and n fine of 810.00   and f"y„"',i,ePtTber; \»' }*T Sak°
costs on each of the defendants was ?n ""lament unto Albert -E. Ptan-
tho result ■      o!    the    ' y "'Nanaimo, in tho
t j Provinco aforesaid, of all his person-
v.uenm,.-   n..   .,    t ■ _. al property, real estato, credits and
VANCOUVER, Oct. a.-Aa the re- effects, whieh mny bo solaed and sold
suit of investigations made by Rear- under execution for the benefit of his
Admiral Kingsmlll, officer command- cr?"'or,s' ..      .  , .       ,
... , _       .     ,_ 1   And further  tnko    notlco that    a
ing tho marine service of Canada, it mcot|ng of tho creditors of tho miA
is probable that    ln a short    time Ous Hill will bo hold at tho Abbutts-
steps    will be taken to have    new fortl Hotel, Ladyamlth, n. C. on the
cruisers or gun-boats in northern Bri- 1?Jihin.y ?' 0c'1u,,er'  l0?8 «_   tw0
..__.,, o clock in tho uftcrnoon, for the pur-
tish Columhin waters to assist    tho poso of giving direction with refor-
Kestrel    in   driving back American onco to the disposal of tho estate;
poachers, who, according to nforma- "'"' f"rth<"" tak8 notice thnt all per
tin. ._,_„_■ 1 .   *a   1. . vi        „i sons having clnims ngnliist tho suid
tion received by Admiral Klngsmill, Gus H|U aro required    to   forward
creep into territorial waters in the particulars of the snme, duly voi-i-
-bsence of the Kestrel in large num- "Cli| n,1<l tho nature of tho securities,
bam V if nn-v- he,<l by thom, to tho    said
__..   f_  1   .    7,        ,. M,xn E- Pla»i«. at his office, Nu-
Rear Admiral Kingsmlll returned naimo. B. C, on or bofore the Kith,
to Vancouver today and for sevoral ****y °t November 1908, after which
hours thia morning wns closeted with l),fttie„thf AssiTT"oo will proceed to
ths hnrlinr „«,»,„ „. .t.. , _, tlist''lbuto the proceeds of tho estato
t*e harbor committee of the board among tho parties entitled thereto
of trade, during which time aleng- having regard only to thc clnims of
thy discussion on the hsrhor regula- th??° °' 'vhidl n0 shall thon    have
I.-' de.,plac9; "v-- °'trado swvs firasas &
being desirous of making tho harbor pay tho amount of their Indebtedness
regulations law by an order-in-coun- to the said Albert E. Planta forth-
cll. w"h-
Admiral Klngamii, offered no „pln-      Assignee™^,! oT-Shih.
—■ -   Dated the 7th dny of October, 1908.
Headquarters For
PostCards
Colored Views 2 tor 60
Panoy Card., 5o., 10o„ 15a,
and 25o.
Photo Oards 3 for 25c
We have a larger reserve stock
of Postcards than any other store
in Ladysmith have to show.
Knight's Book Store
GOLF
WAISTS
Our assortment is now complete; something very now ln
the way of Pony Jackets and
Norfolk* in nil the leading
colors. Prices ranging from
$1.25 up;
Fancy
Wrapperetts
In 50 dilferent patterns to
choose rrom; suitable for waists
dressing Jackets and long Kl-
inonas; nil one prico Mc a
yard.
Ladies'.
and
Children's
Furs
Our stock is now coityploto,
and wo can show yon a very
largo assortment cither for
ladies or childrehs in sets or
stoles.
PJUf-ER TO  SUIT ALL,
Wall Pair
Oome and  Mak-fi Your
Selection—new stock
fresh ic,
—«—
J. E Smith,    K olnls Slreo
"'^'W- Come and
Inspect
BURGEON DENTIST.
All Work Ouarsntswl.
The Last Week
-of-
     Clearance
court of_revision'     Sale
Notice in    hereby given    that the   NOTICE EXPIRES ON OOTOBER 3
first meeting of the annual    court
of Revision on tho assessment roll
os prepared by tho assessor of tho
Oity of Ladysmith, will be hold In
the Council Chambers, Lndysmith on
Wodnesdoy, 4th Novoiiitic-r, 190S, at
7 o'clock, p.m.
J. STEWART, j
Clei'li.
♦»»»♦«
.»■»■
A GOOD
mm
I MAKES A
Entire Stock to Go.
For bargains in watches,chains,
brooches, pins and rings, you
have a choice of a life time.
For tho next 30 days you can
get tho highest quality Jewelry
at your own price—as everything
must go.
HOOPER'S
Jewelry Storo
Ladysmith,
lst Avenue'
B.   C.
TV
WALTERS &
AKENHEAD
for Ladies Empress Shoes.
P10ME
'nde
GRAND
IVfasquera
BALL
I N THE OPERA HOUSIt!
-ON-
Thursday Evening
OCTOBER 22nd
_1__RA„ PRIZES
MUSIC BY ROBINSON'S B.ND
HUGH THOKNI.KY, i M>0R Mabtkic
Cents $1.00        ::       Ladies Free
Spectators SO Cents Each
GRAND MARCH AV 8.30 P.M.
WE HAVE THE REST CAST }
AND STEEL RANGES
THE MARKET.
Beady fop Business
All kinds of Stationery
Tobaccoftnd Pipes
and Post Cards
Come and See Us
H. HUGHES, lst Avenue
r*iB
on j irj
Visit the Foundry nml mako
y^yir own choice. Vou will
save time and money, and get
better sutisfr cUon.
Mclntyre foundry
Company, Limited
%-ff
$3.00 He ward
Lost a small gold locket btlween
Ladysmith and head of thc bny on
the rond. Return to A. J. McMurtrie. Abbotsforf Hotel. 2t
COWAN WILL RE MADE. CABINET
MINfSTBK.
Vancouvor, B. .., Oct. 0.—Robert
Cassidy made a statement in tho
form of an official announcomont
last night in n public meoting that
O. II. Cowan would If elected bo
mado a cabinet minister .should the
Conservative government bo returned to Ottawa.
STREOT CARS COLLIDE.
Montronl, Oct. 7.—Two street cure
collided in u fog on Notre Dame
street oust this morning. A conductor, motonnnn nnd thrco pnssen-
gors taken to tho hospltnf with
slight Injuries.
r\ Word with
Investors
We havo just flnlshocl the sole
of some snap fivo ncro lota In
the South 1'raser Volley. Tho
value of this land Is increasing
overy dny. Thoro hns Irecn a
great influx of settlors. Tho
new I). C. Electric tram line
to Ohilllfvnch and the -teat
Northern Railroads are already
operating botween Abbottsfor'd
nnd Vancouvor. Thoso lines
place tho Vancouvor market
within dally ronch of the farm
es, and In oonsoquenco the valuo of tho rich .fertile lands
hos boon onormously enhanced.
Tho next lot wo placo on tho
market from this district will
be sold at 1100.00 an ncre.
Wo hnve throe choice blocks
left yot nt tho original price
of tA5.00 nn ncro.
Buy now nnd reap tho benefit of rising prices.
J.E.Elkens
ABBOTSFORD HOTBU
CHILDREN'S
WA .KING
Suitsand Blouses
AND
A Pull Line of Clothing
Are Being Cleared
Out At Bargain
Prices.
Call and be convinced.
John Thomas
HIGH  STREET LADYS.MITil
AMPLE
SHOES
AT
my Stock of Latest Styles In
Wall Papers
STORE ALWAYS OPSIN.
Fioture Framing   a Specialty.
*
High Street.
C. Peterson's
Furniture Store
SAVE TIME and LABOR
• And Buy a Bail-Bearing New
Century Washing Machine,
with Wringer Attachment—the
only Perfect Washing Machine
A True
Fish
Story
JUST TO HAND
■M_________________.
MACKEREL
SALMON BELLIES
00LI0SANS
SMOKED HALIBUT
KIPPERED
HERRINGS
AT
GEAR'S
Ideal Grocery
Nothing Better for Breakfas
Sample
Prices
Wo hnvo bought" a complete
Sot of samples of Ludies nnd
gontfl fine boots. Thoy will arrive In a fow (lays and wo nre
going to soil thom off nt tho
wholesale marked prico. We
got n discount which is our
profit. Wait for Lliom.
CAVIN
THE SHOEMAN.
Transfer Notices
I HEREBY givo notice that 1 intend to mako application to the
Board of Licensing Commissioners of
the Oity of Ladysmith, at tholr
noxt regular mooting, for a transfer
of tho retail liquor license now held
by mo in respect to the Portland
Hotol, Ladysmitli, from myself to
John Barclay and John Conlin.
JOSEPH NANKIVELL.
Ladysmith, li. 0., Sopt. Oth, 08.
I horoby give notice that I^intend
to mako application to tho Board
of Liconslng Conunlssionors of the
City of Ladysmith, nt their next
rogular mooting, for a transfer of
tho rotnll liquor llcenso now hold by
mo in rospoct tho Quoon's Hotel,
Lndysmith, from myself to Bernard
Gernrd.
LEOPOLD LEPAS.
Lndysmith, B. 0., Oct. 1, 1908.
Notice is hereby -glvon that wo Intend to apply to tlio License Com.
mlssionors of tho City of Lbdvsmlth
at their noxt rogiilnr mooting, for a
transfer of tho retail liquor license
now hold by ns for tho promisos.
known ns tho Ladysmith Hotel,
Ladysmith, B. C, from oursolves to
Joseph Cartwright.
JOSRPH CAUTWRIOHT.
"ROBT. BARCLAY.
Lndysmith, n. C, Sopt. 6, 1008.
I hereby givo notice thnt I intend
to make application to tho Board of
Licensing Commissioners of tho City
of Ladysmith ot tholr noxt rogulnr
meeting, for a transfer of tho retail
liquor llcenso hulcl by mo In respect
to tho promises known ns tho Ex-
toiision Hotel, Liidymnlth, B. C
from myself to Jnmos Lonlne and
I'nsln Berto.
JOHN POMENICO fJ-ROVANDO
Ladysmith, B. C, Octobor i7, 1908
BED LOUNGES
Exceptionally Strong and AttractlT*
In Tapestry Covering   $16.00
In Volour Covering ,.',  $18.00
A Few Bargains in Furniture
Combination Dreesors at   $8.00
Lounges, mado up neat and substantial, for   |6;50
Baby Carriages,   now   going at  10
per cent discount.
G. Peterson
Furniture Store
FOR SALE.
Blocks of land,    noar   Lndyemllh,
from fS to 10 ncres.   For  pnrtlculara
apply to 0, Gardner. elM-lin
FOR SALE—A house on the corner
of Mothuon and Third Ave. Six
rooms and pantry, half a lot, cultivated, with fruit treos. Apply on
premises,
Phone 1-8,
Pirst Avenue.
Boase Rtpinif« leisc
BUS.BlMl|.Mtt-tril
owner !»--__**■•>
!3K   MOBRIAN   $g
Just Arrived
WHITE SEWING
MACHINES
Gall and See Them
Terms to Suit all Buyers
Lsdjsmitli Fhniaey.
Just Arrived
A New Line of
Novelties and
Fancy Goods at
Eight   Pkic_s.
IV|cKelvie Bros.
THE NOTION STORE
■H.llllimi|||.H.n<H
Winter   1
\:, Stockings If
TO-LET...A Furnished bed room. Ap
ply Mra. Henry [Pollard, 2nd Ave,
;; . Good Wearing Ladies
; Stockings at 50c. a pair.
;; Splendid Children.
Stockings at 25o. and 30c.
a pair.
iMissUren's
!      FANCY MOM  irOHB.     j
la.
»H»?iniHirtrirm4

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