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 . LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.  ti  Ladysmith Daily Ledger  ������������������L.s,  THURSDAY, NOV   2, 1005  w^ o*  ������OV4.1905      5)  Y>-  ^  ;'Y*>i-il   >��������� 18*-;  PRICE FIVE   CENTS  ANARCHY RAMPANT  IN ODESSA  Bands of Hundreds  of Loyalists  Have Taken Hold of the  le are Panic Stricken  City  PeopL  In  Warsaw  Thirty are  Killed  and  Over  a  Hundred  Wounded  Odessa, Nov.r 2.���������Anarchy is ram-. *-'!lc revolutionaries demand the es-  part here today, and much slaughter labiislnmint ot a republic, and as thc  ing is being done by bands of loyal- result or 11ns demand the strong arm  is'ts who are parading lhe streets. /-m {-.'-'"-ci.ii '��������� tcpou nas again teen in-  The authorities are powerless and ^"'.liI rhus, "���������ay tnc correspondents  hospital wagons * arc continually mov- biutc Jorce ami pojiuiar sedition are  ing through, the city, picking up ihe aga,m Uciiig each other.  wounded   and'conveying  them   to       a      Warsaw.    Nov.   j* ���������Twenty   persons  w mm m confident  Of Defeating the Bowery  at  Basketball this  Evening  E  IS  TO  mm min  Vancouver, Nov. 2���������The Bonanza  group, of i*ilver-lead-gold claims on  Bo weir Island,  located  in  September  aj.i.     /-���������-.      ��������������� --ir       of thiS year ,jy Vancouver men, l-avc  And llie Ginger B er    Men born  bonded  to eastern mining men  ,for the sum   of $35,0000.    The bonding was completed yesterday, and the  II  THE MINES  INIRAILWAY EXTENSION TO THE NORTH  Mean to Keep their  Laurels  place wdiere their injuries sustained  in the conflicts can be dressed. The  people are panic  stricken.   ' t  Warsaw, Nov. 2.���������Irr the many con'  flicts here last night between tlio  troops and revolutionists it is (.Miniated that thirty wcre killed , ; >.d  over a hundred .seriously ���������wound.'*!.'  , Many of the injured \ire not expected to live. Today fierce 'attacks ,:ic  being continually made on the "Jews  in their quarter of the town, and  there' is much   bloodshed.  /Kazan. Nov. 2 ��������� Terrrtiflc deeds of  plunder aiul violence on the part of  police and troops commenced here.October 28. They were begun late afc  night nnd where any persons wcr on  the'streets except the police, and Cossacks, continued through the whole of  thc next day and night.     It seemed as  wire Killed   and upwards of 100  were  wounded    m encounters     tonight between  the mol.s and the tro .ps. '   At  10 o'vlocii a crowd  \gathered before  the  toun hail and     demanded the re-  ..ica.se or   poiiticm  ] risoners     The chief  of ponce ii|)fi.iu-sl    ;;00 wdro had been  .arrested d unrig* ihe, last rew days,'but  refused    to     release iweive. who Were  arrested by order or thc central  government.     The.crowd  then eornmenc-  ced  to, smash the doors and   windows  of thc town * hai������  where ..tlu   chief of  police* telephoned the 'barracks for assistance arid a   force   of   Hussars   arid  Cossacks   with  a battery  of  artillery,  galloped   to tnc scene     'The  Hussars  holders  under  their agreement  with  the     owners      of the property  will  start  development woik  by   November  10,  urul 'will  prowcutc  work   all  winter.  lughf claims compose thc Bonanza  group, which dies on the northern side  of Dowcn  Island,  the claims ri.iiri(ing  r oin salt   water nearly  Iq-'lire crown  ,-i    ..,,,,   ��������� , I"1  ^omii  Gardner,  the highest   neak  con Went  thai  ther own special  five 'oll lb6 islau(*.   Whi'le ,���������,_��������������� ^ ������^J  will  get ihe hones,  and  ,t  is  m.I    ���������raspoc*tors  on   the coast have  been  going   far afield   in their   .starch      for  vein  lav  urr-  Thcre is no doubt, ihat the basketball irr the opera house this even-in.  will be "a hard, fasi game, for much  rivalry exist* between the two teams  tlrutarc to meet. 0u thc door. The in  riianagers  of both  aggregations    arc  that in order lo demonstrate      their  faith" in their men,  have put quite a  pro|������r("ie.,"tl"ie" bonanza  lot of money on the match  The players themselves are Jn. good  shape.   They speitt some time       at  practice Jast evening.   Those who intend  witnessing tlie game this even-'  ing can     rely upon seeing first-rate  basketball played.  The  teams  arc as follows:  Bowery���������Hailstones,   Eno,   Sanderson;   IMcMilian,   Morrison.  Jure  Brigade���������O'Comiell,   Ward, Adam; Hewlett, fi. Leahcy.  Play   will   be  commenced   at   7.60  sharp.    Admission,   10  cents.  (. .k  o ���������  ��������� MEN  CREMATED  AT BELLI NGII AM  .Belljiirgham,   Nov.   2.���������Lying   amid  the ruins of a little shack on the out  noticed until last mouth, when it  was discovered by parties who have  apparently made good use of their  opportunities. ���������      ' .  Out of a doaen assays made on ore  from Bonanza  vein the highest value  were:  Gold,  $10.40; silver,  76 ounces,  and lead, 54 per cent.,   (he total values  being .$04.88.   'The  lowest values  were:   Gold,   $7.20:  silver,   -mi   ounces^ and lead 20 pin* cent, gi\ ing a total  value of $46 38.  The vein <>n the Bonanza varies in  width from eighteen inches to four  and a half feet, It has-been uncovered continuously for a thousand feet  and it passes through a number of  spots where it has not^bcen stripped  | According ifo the agreement of the  owners with the people who have secured   the  working  bond  on   the pro-  Martin Woodbura Had His  Ribs Crushed This  Morning  Other ;Ace dents, not Serious, are Reported  | IVday  Martin Wood burn was seriously  hurt iu the Extension mines this  morning. He had just entered the  mine and was preparing for work  when a car was overturned upon him.  crushing .several rjbs and injuiing  him internally. Mr. Woodburrr was  brought to towrr on the eight o'clock  train and is now in'the hands off Dr.  Wasson. He i.s suficriiig considerable  pain from  his  injui-i-es,  but he is not  It is Rep6rtcd,jThat the Canadian  Pacific Will Within Two  Weeks  Make  Announcement J of Their  Determination to Extend the  Island Railway  Victoria.      Nov.   2���������   (Sp-cial.)   near Oomox.  There is a quiet story going therou-i 'i%h<* sports here arc not given out  that thc 0 P. K. will within 'as coming- from thc C. P. l������.. but are  next    two wee!s  announce thae ��������� ���������"-���������*i<-'H'd     to. be authentic.     It would,  look as though the Company intend  to approach the Provincial Parliament  for legislation to promote the extension ft the line- The Dominion allowance for railway milage of $3,200  per'  nds  lhe  lire Island    Railway will be extended  con.s.dered in any danger, .although it [a I, any rate as far as the Com ox val-  will  be sonic   time before he is������ai>Ie ;>ey during the     coming season.   It is  to  get around  again. known  that  large numbers of Chinese  Mr.      Woodburn  until  a few  years [have been     employed for the work or  ago  was an active sportsman.  He is grading,  o .e cantractor, staling that j rmic will  he available arid there seems  as soon as the Extension short line .every reason to believe tlie Provincial  is completed, .which will be within Government will do an it can to en-  two months. wcrk will, u the wea- courage lhe early extension of lire Is-  tber  is suitable,  be begun in  grading   land railway.  ow an enthusiastic supporter of any  movement in the interests' of sport.  This afternoon a young lad was  brought home suffering from injuries  to his log, received while at work in  the mines. Fortunately they are not  serious.  charged the     mob.  killing  16 persons shirts   of  the cily,  about half  a mflc   mtv   the drivin,&of a foiir-li_ndr������l  and  wounding 73. ^    * noith oi the Chuckanut stone quarry  foo)/tunnel to Up ti.c uZ a   dept  .Odessa,     Nov.  l.-Therb  was flr.ng the cremated   remains  of  John   King  imist ,je Coimnonce(I  ���������,v,  m    ..    '  all day in the.    outskirts of the town,1 and an ,unknowu man'were discover-  if the police and     Cossacks were let1 resulting in the,   .killing or, wounding-'ed early   this   morning  by  a passing  loose on the main streets without  plan, ohiect or command. Shops  were pillaged,  but appeals to author-  of hundreds or people  Mobs composed     of thousands to 7k  possession     of the  principal      streets  Hies by the proprietors of these were and it is " feared    that everything is  unanswered.      Private  residences  and  looted.        All the     stores,are-dosed  and  business is completely suspended'  ,Kcnienchang,  Nov.; 2.���������While  a pub-  district courts weie fired upon and  the troops even shot at windows thal<  were lighted up. The slightest pretext, such as.the lighting of  a match?  lie meeting was being .held  yesterday  at the People's     theatre, to demand  was sullicient to cause firing, while'-amnesty for the political prisoners,  peaceable pcis0ns who were pronienad lilie. removal of. the Cossacks anda  ing ^he streets     were fired upon, and J constituent  assembly.   Cossacks  sud-;  denly entered the     hail, fired five voi-  many of them killed and injured.  There are signs of butchering in Was-  kresenchia street, whero the snow  was red with pools of blood .  The population is indignant. In  ���������most conservative quarters rage is  expressed.  London.   NViv.   2.���������Special  despatch  es into the audience, and charged  with drawn sabres. Two persons  were killed and'many wcre wounded.  RostofT, Nov. 2.���������A crowd of 20,���������  000 persons gathered in the prison  square today, and demanded the release  of the    political  prisoners.     Tn  es to the London papers state ths'respoose twenty-two men were ic  'condition of affairs in Russia as he-j leased hut the more important, prison-  iog very grave, especially m tho pro- pverc retained in custody. Tliedem-  ���������vinccs. St. Petersburg, the des-j onstialois were then, dispersed by  patches say, remains comparatively! the troops. A number' of persons  quiet.   According    to  the    Daily JMaii^ were killed or wounded.  MAIL ADVICES FROM  SKAGWAY  SAY  BISMUTH LOCATED  AT     NOME  Thc   cold snap   winch settled .'ov.n      A  ledge of     Bismuth,   fourteen  reel.  over tlie north last week has Caused   widc,  has  been  located   in   the   Saw  the closing t!own practically .*.f .*.: op-J tooth'-range.-   .TJhe'find was made last'  en placer mining  operations,:'  Some,'��������� September  by,.a miner   named   Dalil.  however,  have     resumed     .work  this ; H0 lavewl that he had made what look-  week owing  to  the change  to moder-   ed;.li!.e.a  ���������,' good find, but being uriac-'  ately warm, weather.  In. the Atiin district on nearly an  tho creeks operations have ceased.  The North Coinirvi/kx Mining Company  of which .T. M. Ruffnei* is.'man-ager,  had. ai'-'ts pits closed, but succeeded  :n resuming operations at some of  their*.. This company has only 12  days' pumping to do to clean up its  season's work', and if it can get -that  many divys in succession, will wind  up matters for the season. The Willow Creek Company was also compelled to close down owing to thc frost  but expects to get a few more days  in. II. also requires a,bout twelve  days   in which   to wind up  The Northern Mines, Limited, in  ���������whichVancouver people are interested  has quit work for the season. This  com parry hall riot quite finished, but  will not star't up again. Ail-mining  companies in the Atiin district arc  preparing for the winter cessation.'  and making what arrangements they  can forthe cajiy operation of their ^akc,ri n-pm it.is  respective properties next season. The  year-11106 is expectd to be a record  one in that country-  quaintqd ��������� .with .Bismuth he did not  know what .he,really had.  '���������Bismuth- ore in appearance somc-  wli.il/-'resembles galena, but, it is not  nearly so heavy, and Dahl knew it  was not gak-na. Tie took samples of  thc '.'mineral to a local assay office,  where it Wsis at once pronounced bismuth. Samples were also sent to a  Spokane as.sayer and he reported tlie  ore to be very rich.  Bismuth is worth $2.10 per pound.  The native metal and the cai'llxiiiato  (bismutlte) are the chief important  sbure.es of the bismuth of comrncr'ce.  Until quite recently almost the entire s ippiy came from Schccuchcrg,  Saxony, where it occurs iu combination with orcii of cobalt, arsenic and  silver- The (chief uses of bismuth arc  as a-medrclne and as a cosmetic.  On thc Dahl claim, while there is a  ledge fourteen feet wide carrying bismuth and other matter, 'tlie vein proper is three rcet 'wide, and thc ore  pronounced pretty  nearly pure.  larmer.  The two bodies were terribly burn-,_���������_ next  ten days  ed,  one  being  almost  entirely*-   con- '  sumed.    Identification of  the remains  of the  unknown man  may  be'^possible, as  the'body is so  badly charred.  The men were apparently sleeping  when their shack took hie, and it is  presumed that they were so stupilin1  \vithj Uquor.-that  they   fiuilod to  awake in' Lime to save themselves.  King; was a well known character  around Belliiughain, and he was1 fie-  q,uentiy in trouble because of his  drinking propem-iities. Only yesterday he was released from the city  jail, . where he had been held for  drunkenness.  depth  t be commenced next month, and  a shaft must  also be sunk on        the  vein.   Houses for the accommodation  of the miners   will be jerected within  AN  OFFICER   SHOT,  MIST.VKEN FOR TOUGH.  In a fight      on  'J FLEET  LIKELY TO  VISIT EN6UND  LIVED ON  WOLF, ROBE  London, Nov. 2.���������Plans are being  discussed for a visit to England of  Admiral Togo's fighting fleet.' It is  considered quite likely that thc Japanese hero will be induced to bring  his fleet to the shores of his -country's ally.  OCTOBER  SHIPPING  REPORT  The following  is  Mr.  II.  Conway's  A   Dawson   despatch dated  October  ���������'list, says.    \V. H.  C.  Jackson,  Geo.  French   and  James  Landalci  arrived  at Selkirk on  Thank������gi\ing <lay with  the     remirairl.s of    a wolf  robe,   tho  greater   portion of  which   they     had  cooked   and  catch  to sustain litis for report of  the October shipping:  eight days. -They had a 'thrilling ex-'    Vessels, cleared coastwise:  No^  7i);  p.cr'icnoc.   com.iug down McMillan, and tonnage,   15,463;   to-ns-cargo, 17,170.  Pelly  rivers.   'Amid   the  heavy  run- ]    Eesscls cleared  coastwise,  No.,   79;:  riing o.f  ice in ey swamped their  boat   tonnage,      M,l!)0;  value of exports,  and  lost  their, proves ions   the      first- $120,02-1.00.    day out. For eight, days, partly'by , For the .month just closed lhe cus-  raft and partly by climbing hills ov- toins returns for the port of Victor-  erland, they made their-way to Scl- in show the exports tcliavea-moii-ntr.  kirk*.in  time for-Thanksgiving .(dinner,   wl  to $117,,'ifiS;  tbe     imports,  $-2.10,-  New York, Nov. 2  board the sand barge Ida D. Gibson  at the foot- of Grand Street East r-iv  er today, Policeman Henry l-ladlach  was fatally shot by the Gibson's  mate, M.lton Cordey, avIio mistoola  tho -officer for one of the, gang ihat  had invaded tlie barge. The crew had  been   attacked   by   the gang of toughs  DOCKS AT |  ROYAL CITY  Will be Constructed by the  Great Northern Railway  and aliot fight was in  progress  when .;tt,C0Ul^      "esiiuinsier  .v:  the oflrcDra  arrived. - The gang   .ho        Z^^ U������T^ and fWl11   ^ J  made a hasty rebreat!  Some Sftl.cn      'f^ ������L the "V������r ������f   "* ^^  New     Westminster, Nov.  2.��������� The  J-Uiicst     docks on  the  Fraser River   I  will      be* erected  during  the present  winler in Xew Westminster by    the  Vancouver,      Westminster  :i    ��������� i.i  a  GREAT WAS  HIS FAITH  (  Strange Story  of  An   Old  Man's Trust in   His  Employer  leaped      overboard    and  others  i���������i_     *%', ,        ,        .,'     ,    ,  #i u  \    lhe    plans lor     the'docks,  whl,ch  _______^ f. , I will  lie erected just  east  of thc Jli'.y  jUarket, are now being prepared, pud  neighboring .barges.  A   SENATOR  IS   NO  EX-  ' - .-   ���������; .CEPTION   TO THE  RULE  the  company   Ims   agreed     o  luence work within thirty    -i,';  Uie time  these are ready and  'entire  work is  to be completed  spiing.  !    The docks wrll be used   first  the storage of several shiploads  rails for  that section of the Vai..*uu-  \er,      Victoria  &   Eastern   Kailvvav  Cum-  f.( m  the  by  for  of  .Washington, D.C.,  Nov. 2.���������The su-  'lenie court today decided that State  Senator  George  fi.   Green,   of     New  "iork,   must come to Washington for  trial on the charge of conspiring to 'from Cloverdale to IIuntin?uon,  defraud (he gov-ernrnent in thL* purchase of supplies for the post ufutj  department. The decision of the circuit court for the northern district  of Kc\y York was confirmed. The  proceedings in ihe case so far have  related    entirely'to  the  question  o>'  winch are now on the way  to ' thtis  city   fiom  England.  The civic authorities have  received  the assurance from lhe Great Northern  Railway    Company,   of       which  both   the  Vancouver,   W'es..tir. *���������* er  <&���������.  Yukon  and  the  Vancouver,   Victoria  extradition and the merits of the & Eastern are subsidiary concerns,  case have not been considered except that grading on the' section of the  incidentally. v. V.\v E. from Clovordal to llunt-  -���������-���������������������������or  I ingdon  will   be  commenced   within i*  MOVING PICTURES TO  few   weeks,   and  Mr.   J.   K. Ffolliott,  oi SI   Paul,   who supeii.n1 ended    con-  SHOW DASH TO POLE struction   of   the  V.,W. ;&   V.,   -om  TilCoina.  INJURED  BY A  FALLING  ICICLE.  Fairbanks,   Alaska,  Nov.   2.���������    A .  Johnson, a section hand  on. the Tan-  ania   Mines   Railway,   had   Iris   skull  fractured today by an icicle dropping  on him from  the two-story depot. Me  is not expect ed   to  live.  Dog.sleds are busy bringing frc glit  from the steamers Ella, Light, Inde-  TI-IE VANCOUVER  RUSTI5R  BROWN.  Vancouver, Nov. 2���������Ja'nric- Tompkins, the lleUiiiigham boy who has  been such a trouble to the' local police, is still at the police station. A  letter has been received from his  father saying that he cannot raise  the money to come to Vancouver and  take back ^hc boy. He says the boy  has run a way from home seven times  'already ��������� and-would  probably  do tine  pendence and Margaret.   They      are ...      ... , .  ,    ,   .    ,,     .       .   ,        ., , ,       sii-me thing  if he  were brought back,  stuck,in the  ice sixty miles iWow        ...    "   . ������  r���������   '       TT .���������  , ,        P, ��������� * Tie advises that he should  be sent to  Chorra.   Horses wrll be sent after  the heavy  pieces of  freig-hti as soon  as the ice becomes thicv enough.  which, after a diet of wolf robe, .was  duly,'appreciated.- The men were near  ly exhausted,' but were able to take  the Prospector to Dawson, arrivingi  here yesterday.  A: big   ice  jam   has  occurred   in   the!  Yukon   river   below   Forty-Mile.    The   LUNATIC  blockaded   waters   aix*.   rising   rapidly j.  ���������and   already   are   three   feet    higher j  at  [.'orty-llljle  town  than  before  the ������  jam orcurrcd. , ?  Capt.      Shannon,    of  the  sleamer i  Prospector,   reports  all  side streams  flowing     into the Yukon now,fro/-enl  solid.  James Gibbon, government engineer  has returned from a survey trip alont*;  the North Fork of the Klondike. He  made a photo-topographical survey of  the comrrtry where the proposed government water ditch may run. Mr.  Gibbon has been in the field since the  middle of summer and has covered 35  miles of country.  Owing   to   the  heavy  fall  of snow,  the White Pass  Company already has  reduced   thc  stage  fares   from. Dawson  to White  Horse for  the  present  4-y.l, and  the , revenues,  $55,9-27.22. Of  the exports   $.109,I'M  represented  domestic      and   "fS.205   foreign    goods.  There  were  $55,5S!I.*77  collected       in  duty.   O^���������.   AT LARGK  IN   TACOMA'  from     $1.25  to $1.   After  the river  crossings  freeze  the  fare  will  be further reduced   to  75  cents,   at  which  figure, it   will   remain  until   the close  of the winter.  Operator George McLaughlin,  of  Vancouver, now stationed at* Selkirk,  Ashley Harris. a patient  ot the SU'liacooin asylum, escaped  last evening. lie made his way to  lhe water front, a mile distant, and  going .i.o the boat bouse pf Elders it  Meyer, secured ������, rowheat, and rowing put to lhe launch .Fagle, itore thu  ihiiainos out o( her hold an<| dumped  them into the Sound. Then he  smashed 1 lit. machinery of the craft,  making a general ruin of the interior  of  the craft.  Me (hen went to anotlur launch  and began wrecking it. Meantime one  of the proprietors had heard the j  smashing, and, g./ing out 'to the end !  of a lloat where Mr. Meyer's boat  was, caught Harris rcdhanded. Cover rig the man with his revolver he  ordered him to throw up his hands.  With a silly grin playing over his  countenance. Harris   said.     "Gim  me a match." if being his evident intention to set. lire  Io  flu* craft.  His-captor  then  suspected  his  sanity,   and  takinu- him to a former eni-  Y.T.,  was married  yesterday to Miss  Dr. Aii'toinc Varicie, organizer of  the,'international polar institute, who  plans, to -leave-Seattle'in July next  at the bead of an exploration party on  a dash for the Xoilh pole, yesterday  adopted the suggestion of Commissioner Cheaiander, of the Alaska exposition, that he take along an out-  lit for moving pictures, with the idea  of preserving the features of his trip  for. reproduction at the exposition in  this city iu  1907.  Dr.Varicie told Mr. Cheaiander that,  if no extraordinary obstacles .inter-  vpiud to upset his present plans, he  would be out in time to have cv.cry  vestige of his equipment on exhibition  at lhe o.vposiLon.  "Dr. Varieai's consuming ambition  'S lu have Alaska given credit for Hie  discovery of the p;.-,ie." said Mr. Cbea  hi tiler, at the end of the interview.  ".���������������������������i)d lie is convinced that even if he  (hiss not discover the po'c itself, he  can. with his party of twenty men  trained to hardship and rough travel  of lhe Arctic circle, reach a greater  latitude than any explorer has ever  yet succeeded in doing. If is a part  of Dr. Varieai's plans to establish a  wireless telegraph station at some  convenient point along the route, so  that, until he actually starts on his  final dash, for the pole, the public can  be kept advised as to thc progress of  Ihe partv.  this city  to  Vancouver,'  is  now,'  ! his   way   to   the coast   to   'no.  the work.  .er  As an example of the supreme confidence reposed in Mr.  Andn3w Has-' ,  lam.,  the Nanaimo  lumberman   who  recently  failed  in  business ��������� so badly  that he lost all his worldly  possessions, even to the home that sheltered his family, the story of .   James  Hill,      an engineer' at the Haslalam  sawmill,   is  distinctive, says  a Vancouver exchange.  Briefly,  the tale is that James Hill  worked for over  twenty years     for  Mr. Haslam,  and during that     time  drew little  but bare living  expenses  from  his  wage account, leaving the  balance in  tiie care  of his employer.  When bhe crash came a few months  ago  there stood to the credit of old  Jimmy Hill | on the books of  the company over  $19,000.    Thai  large   amount  was due the old man on wage  account  with accrued  interest.  Hill grew old  .-n  the service of Mr. '  Haslam-    To thc engineei  the safe of  his employer  was stronger  than, the  strongest   bantk,   and,,   this coiniAieiico  in Mr. Halslnni led James H)ilLyears  ago to allow his savings to rema;in.  on the books of the firm, It is seldom in these modern days that an  employe places so much trust in an  employer, and this faith of Hill in  Mr. Haslam.is but typical of that reposed in .the involved buivberman. by  all who did business with hjim, either in Nanaimo or in any other" part  of  the province.  Year  after year Hill  lived  in      ������  small  cabin  not far   from the  mill,  and as he spent but little on foodand.  clot'iing,   -liis' wages   stead ly  accumulated until  they  reached thousands of  MORE   ABOUT  WINDY   ARM.  Among the passengers  on  the Princess May to Victoria yesterday morn  ing      was  H.   A.'. Munn,  of Victoria,  who  spent  a great  part  of   the summer   in   the Yukon,   and   particularly  in   the v icjtiitv   of Windy   Arm.    Said  j  Mr.  Munn   in "an interview: '"One does .dollars.   The old man never ���������������������������question-  not   need   to   be a prophet io   foresee  '<-���������������������������   the safety  of   the  firin-thah       it  great, developments in     this district    would  ever become  involved   in   d*!li-  dnring   the  coining 'spriiiu;   and   sum-   cutties  he ncner   dreamed.   Only  once  i.ner.'d.  H.  Conrad,   the" man  at'the  *������������������>*   ''���������*'  ul(l  man draw  out any  hirge  head of affairs  iu  the development of   sum' of money,  and  that was when no  lhe district,   fells me  himself and as-   was induced torl,tx*o.uei' a shareholder,  sociafes   u\U spend  from  ai million (o  in  a small company   which uiuicrtook.  two million dollars -in  improvements,   lo run  a small  steamer among       thc  including     Irani ways, concentrators,    islands  0i the Gulf.   Li time, the collide,  during  the coming season   and  'pany .became   fnumcially  embarrassed  has  already  secured  the   funds       for and   the shareholders lost everything,  the  building of a smelter,  which  wll   Hill  lost about $5 0*0   in the venture,  be started  iu  the spring. tDuring the ^Perhaps   that   business   failure  nasi, summer  about 2,00(1 \'eef of dc- ' pressed  the old   man  with the  vclopinent work lias been donq, a four  that he would  make   more money it  mile  tramway  has  been   nearly  com- he left his savings  i-n  the hands     of  pkili.Nl,  all involving  a large cspendi- "is employer.   At  any rate, he   was  fnrc of money.    During the. winter de l)V*-'1'  afterwards  charry  velopment      work  will   be continued  .'"������   his principal  wherever men can,be;boused and pro  perly cared for on  (die  Conrndc pro-'cannot     expect to rescue any  large  portics." 'proportion  of his savings out  of' the  wreck  of the Haslam  firm, tho   pr-3n  ...The  following resolution was passed   bv   the  Congress  of  Tuberculosis  rni-  idea  about   touch-  Desi'ite the fact that he knows he  vuilimr temper of Hill is one of cheer  fulness���������he says that he is sorry that  Secretary     Sheffield, of the Alaska  recently   held   at   Paris: ."The  con-  I the     man he worked for for twenty  gross,  after hearing .the expose      of  years became involved in difficulties,  Club,   is  is-suim.'   verbal   invitations   to  the  niost  recent   investigations,     de-  and  he is  willing  to   take what   set-,  citizens of ihecitj   who are interested  t,iart?s  (|iat, [{   i.s not  only   iridispeiisa: ! t'ement     he  can   secure.   It   r^l said  in  the proposer! expedition  to- he prcs- .^  l(l  .lVuid  contagion  from  man  to ;his claim is not among the preferred  cut  at   the  romns  of the  Alask  Club  Vivian  of Mr.  Svviiiebart,  second   daughter  W.  H.  ���������v'  the  Rcforniatory.    The  chief  of  po-  fice has not yet decided  what   to do Furm,"   Selkiirk.  with JiirDj Ca-nhaju officiated  SW'inehart,  of -The  Veu.    Archdeacon  '. pio.vc 0i' tlu*    asyiurn living in Steiia-  CdOin.     he     was identified and  taken   i  back   to the     institution.     Harris  is  man,  but  also  to pursue theprophy-    ones,  and  will be recognized only af-  vvhi'u Charles Macd'wi-aid. cirrk of f.he ].|Ajs {)f hoviuo kiberculosis and     to!ter  t/hose have been paid off.      Some  territorial court at Dawson, will out- t.f,ntiiine to take administrative and   ]months      ago,     when    Mr. Haslam  line the plans of Dr.  Varieai's p.ro/'ct* |,ygenic  measures  to avert its possi-   thought he could sell for sufficient to  Mr. Mceilonaid is in Seattle in comp.i- i,ie������ transmission to  our species^, and   pay  30  cents on  the dollar,   JStfnrny  L' twentv years  old and  was committod   Uly wilh  1Jr-   VaricaI arKl  wi" accom- (inilnv tllal/ it is desirable to ,be   on    Hill      accepted  the statement quite  pany the latter to San Francisco next 'our guard   against  all forms   of aril-  'cheerfully and said he would be sat-  week. -*������eattlo P. I. I mai tuberculosis." isfied with that amount,, __  from Lewis county. J  I  *d&g*������2!il������&K*J~}.  zsaigm  DAILY LEDGER  BLUlii  SSH  bihhsb  _XLu i M1. Br H F ���������������������������������' WjUJOWPdJ-HL.  THE DAILY LEDGER  publisDed   every day except Sunday.  BY       THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  p_i-wri  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  10 cents  a month;    $5 per  year  advance.     Advertising rates pnjap  plication.  THURSDAY, NOV. 2,   1905  ENVOY  OF THE  "KING  OF KINGS  Remnant Sale  ><  LENGTIiSf ROM I 1-2 YARDS TO 7 YAR D  A more picturesque personage it is  not often our lot to look upon than  El-Hags Abdullahi Aly Sadik Pasha,  whom Menelik II , king of the *>ings  of Ethiopia .and conquering Hon of  Judah, has sent to this country as  a special envoy. Abdullah! has evidently impressed New York and has  beca impressed 1.. turn. He wild be  n noticeable'figure anywhere  outs .lo  with       his  black  s'ilki  of  the tropical  regions,  gold  and , purple   turban  mantle and efcony skin; and the skyscrapers  of the metropolis,  its great  hotels, its  beautiful women  and   its  multifold evidences of wealth       and  power   have  plainly   had   a profound  influence upon  him.  It is worthy oT  notice that he  does* not call  our tall  structures  '.'scyscrapcrs." They   are  s "mountain bu.ldings"   to him,  ior he  ���������was    brought    up  in  a mountainous  country,  and the metaphor of     , the  hills  is  therefore the obvious  one to  his mind.   "His  desire to ascend   the  loftiest one of them all t0  pray   at  sunrise  is an  interesting reminder of  his  high    rank  in  the Mohammedan  church:  h\s  royal superior   is nominally  a Christian,   but  he is  chief  of  all  the Abyssinian  followers  of   the  Prophet*.���������P. -L  LENGTHS SUITABLE FOR  Infants' Dresses  Child rens' Dresses  Misses'Dresses  Ladies' Dresses  Ladies' Waists  ^5 Ladies', Misses', and Childrens'  35 Coats and Separate Skirts.  3 Iiyou are looking for a length  suitable for any of the above you  you can surely buy at least three  for the price of two and in many  cases two for the price of one.  There were 472 in the lot. Be  sure and spend an hour looking over them.  Ti���������i I win i mm-w-*-^-*--i*ii**ii*wiTi>iii",M.������_.__tS-iia-iMM^      ���������-JS���������-������������������*m ���������   i*k-^-^-w-*SSSSJBMBE_*-*_Ma*M  Commercial bi. Store  Ladies' $3.50 Shoes  Ladies' F.ne Box Calf,  Shoe.  double sole, winter   weight  The Best Fit, Special $2.50  Childrens' $1.00 Sh ^es  ^������ Childrens' Heavy Grain School Shoes, lace or button, ���������������_  "Jfti c.-cc. ���������=; ^ in 1=0 ?&  ROOMS  *BAtt SCfi-LIKO WITH BKS?  WINKS, LIQUORS, CJGAKP  B  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  r>.  Be.taccomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and fl*ta^^^*; c  A.J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor  Esquimau & Nanaimo Bailway  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������*  Time Table Ho. 51,  Newly fitted up aud  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  at  aha, Sun-  PORTLKND  JOHN GOGO.PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra  well  Stocked  "   '  '   EFFECTIVE SATURDAY, OCT. 21st, 1005.  Trails lea,v������ Ladysmith for Victoria .and all   intermediate stations  ������.li aim. daily.' a-i at 1.00 p.m. on Wednesdays,     Saturdays  days.  Trains  leave Ladysmith  fen* "Wellington  arid  all" intermediate stations  at 11.57 a-m.  daiiy,  __4 at 6.00  p.m.  on  Wedi * days,  Saturdays     and  Suadays. '  ��������� ���������- EXCURSION TICKETS ON SALE TO AND FROM ALL STATIONS  good foe going journey Saturdays  and Sundays, returning not later tlian  ;t_e follewieg Monday. .,   Steamer Joan   Sails from Ladysmith tor Vancouver every Saturday at 6.00 a.m. and  returning sails frem Vancouver    for  Ladysmith at 2.30 p.m.  The New Western Hotel  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board.  Our Bar is newly fUtedup and well supplied and is in charge ol  JOS. PELLIGRINELLI  Victoria B.C.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist. Freight & Pass. Agt  This Hotel ha*   been completely   Board and lodging $1.00 per day.  renovated.  Bar  Supplied with the Best  Liquors and Cigars.  JOHN TtfA, Proprietor  Wines, .1st Avenue :-: :-: :-  Ladysmith B.C.  ZJB  Siz.es 5 to 10 l������=2.'  Our Kast Iron Kind. Pair $1.00  as  SOCIETY WOMEN AND,  A  SIMPLE   LIFE  The question    has often lre-cn aslced  of me:      fl)o     you think it possible  Ior society  women   tb lead     a   simple life?"   I    answer that it .depends  largely  upon  the woman.    The general  idea  that our graiulmothers li\'c'l  ajmorc simple life than we is hardly  correct.    From  one view-point     Uie  life of a hundred years ago was any- '  thing- but s ^nple.   Our grami.noluer_'  responsibilities    were  not  as    liii**.'  those  oi   the  women, of   today.  There were not the women's clubs  anil,'; .: so many  social  demands Mpon  lier ability, vitality,  pocket-book .��������� d  tjme.       Her  relation   to life   ..ugiit  have .been  the same  from  a domes tie  standpoint,   and I believe the  ho.ne-  lov:j..g  instinct  was greater  a century  ago.    The years have brought an  awakening to  the woman of spirit m"  this      day.    She  is capable  of doing  more in  her home,  in charity, and in  society,  and is loath to believe that  in  fulfilling her  duties in  each       of  these she *is wasting her life or   overtaxing   her physical   strength.     -Her  purity of hearii and standard of right  riving arc as hight as wcre  those of  her   great-grandmother.    Her   everyday life is replete with  great     , and  noble  acts   of   self-denial   and   unselfishness.���������Frances Van Ellen  iu Les-  1-e's  Weekly.  mrnxmyw"- w^^jajj;rta9CTna_aRr_ciRa_Bj������a_nwn!  riens' Collars 12 12c  Why pay 20c hr Collars when you can get  one that  will wear longer in any shape  at 2 for _t5c.  Mens' Sox 16 1-2C. Pair  Buy half a dozen of cur Special Sox that we   sold ,at  20c. a pair, good heavy wool in gray or fawn.  6 Pair for $1.00 Sj  ���������J ��������� 7aT% .  RESTAURANT  Cor. 5th Avenue & .Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Meals 35c. and Upward  I  Nana! ma Limited*  ��������� OLD TIMERS'    OF THE WEST  They know to a nicety  ihe climatic and  geographical  condi I ions   that cau  for  a    special class ���������, i footwear  to iih'C'I,  these conditions.  Ka.-'lern shoe mc*.*. cannot  krr.w ihesc lliings from  nici's.* hearsay.  They   must,     live   "out  west"���������gel     thc  "local  color/'      as  it     were���������hcciniic  steeped in     western experience and knowledge obtainable only     by living the life  of a  Westerner,  before  they  can    lio|).e to make satisfactory -foul wear for the strenuous lii'e of the toiler ia the  western     forest.-.;, fields ai)li  mines.  "Tin*: i.Eorarc bcot"  is a     western    product for  wes'tern  people  Look  for     the. trademark  upon  the .sole.'   .  MANUFACTURED BY  LTD  VANCOUVER.  B. C.  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre for soft coal and  $20 for anthracite. Not more than  320 acres can be acquired by one in-  dividual or company. Royalty at the  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds shall be collected on ' the  gross output.  Quartz���������A free miner's certificate is  granted upon payment in advance ,of  $7.50 per annum for. an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per ._imum for  a company, according to capital.  A free miner, having discovered  mineral in place, may-locate a claim  1,500 x 1,500 feet. The Tee for recording a claim is  $5.00  At least $100 must be expended on  the claim each  year  or paid   to  the  mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500 has been expended or paid, Hie  locator , may, upon haying a survey  made, and upon complying with other requirements, purchase the land at  $1 an acre.  The ' patent provides for the payment of a royalty, of 2_ per cent on  the sales.  ���������PLACER mining claims generally  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5, renewable yeaily. ��������� >'  A free miner may obtain two leases to dredge for gold ot five miles  each lor a term of twenty years, renewable at the descretion ot the Minister of the Intsrior.  -���������' The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation . within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles.  Rental, $10 per annum for each mile  of river leased. Royalty at the rate  of 2J per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister  ol the In-  Brior.  TH6 CITY MHRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  ?st, Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  Best accommodation for transient  tnd permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  aMy furnished and the bar is up-to-  d~te. Rates $1.00 a day and up-  W\rds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  frplauie :<>-: :���������*��������� '������������������'��������� !*���������������������������' La4yemlt1i  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Ratea $1.25 and$1.50���������     ���������  Free bus to all steamboat landing! and  railway depots.   Electric car* every five  minutes to all parts of  the city  aud table^unexcelled.  Bar  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT ST., VANCOUVER B, 0.  THE JONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooa Table, Good Bed and Good Bat  (Hair Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  .1  OALEDOMAH  V  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  R,P.RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA. :���������: :-: *��������� *. .-.:-*-��������� B.C.  Under New Managment  Hoter Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnell & Woobank  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First Clats.  Commercial Mens' headquarters.  Building.  Fire Proof  HOTEL LEL  (T. J. Welluran, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R, Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner fJranville and Hastings  streets. Telephone, 1-4.  I  Read Down .;��������� Read Up  9.55 b m, ty. Fernie Ai;r. 9.00 p.m.  10:42 a.m. Ar. Kike Am l.io p. m,  t*.3o p. m. Air., Rexford Arr 6.25 p.m  7. 45 p. m. Arr. SPOKANE Arr 9.30 a.m.  7.30 a. m, Arr. Brerett Arr. 9.21 p.m.  9.00 a.m. Arr. Seattle Arr. 8.00 p.m.  j 45 p.m. Arr. VANCOUVER Lv. 400 pin  a.45p. m. Arr. St. Paul 'ly. 5-ci p. 111  ONE NIGHT  Te   Seattle and Vancouver  i    T^'O   NIGHTS  To    Winnipeg and St- Paul  Cioie Connections  For  . Chicago, Toronto.  Montreal and  All Points East & West  Acetylene     Lighted     Cars,  Family Tourist Sleepers,  Palace Sleeping Cars  ���������    Dining   ,Cars (Meals a  la  Carte).  Library Observation     Cars  Through     tickets and hag-  - gage checks to all points.  Steamship Tickets;  For tickets, maps, berths  reservations - and complete  ..  information     can on or ad-  die.ss,  JAS.  SLOAN,  Agt.  G.NR  FERNIE, B. C.  TICKET   OFFICE  ���������0���������  Cor.  Government     and  Yates St3*  Victoria, B. C-  3  ,  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  3  HENRYS NURSfRIES  NEW CROP���������  Home Grown to Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     and FLOWER  {SEEDS,  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS/ ROSES,  GREENHOUSE  AND HARDY  PLANTS.  __  For Spring planting.-   Eastern prices  or less.     Catalogue frec-  S010 Westminster  Road,   Vancouver.  NOTICE. ���������',  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,  will be prosecuted.  HUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  ���������     Ladysmith. B.C.  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH, B. C,  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes or individually.  radvsmith.  MISS BERTRAM.  B   O  Then be sure your tickets read  the    -  via  -1  One of which is the famous "North  Coast Limited,"' ,  Tickets on sale to an Eastern   and  Southern points at lowest rates.  Up-to-date     Pullman    and     Tourist  sleepers      on  aU trains. Uining  Car  service  Unsurpassed.  Steamship tickets on sale to and.  from all European points. Calrin accommodation  reserved  by  wire.  CHRISTMAS   RATES   NOW    IN  -EFFECT-  For     further    particulars    call 01 (  write thc office.        Phone Main 456.  A. D' CARLTON, C. E..LANG  A.G.P.A.,   N.P.,        General Agent  " Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.C  Are You  Going East  WM. MUNSIE, President J.  W.  COBURN, Man.  Director  Telephone^.  The   Ladysiriith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   A \'D  LADY SMITH���������Shingles  a  Special.  ���������Miintifacturera     ol���������  Rough and Dr   ;3ed Pir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., ol the Best Quality.  Reasoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring     and  Finishing    Lmmaef  la   Steek.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  * General Manager,  W. J. WATSON,  Smelter Manager.  ���������j  .^���������'���������sfc'fe'Kfe.fc'fePS'fe*^^  G  cTVIONEY  TALKS^>  Aft  LOUD TO US   AS  ANYONE.  IF   YOU ARE FAYING CASH FOR YOUR   MEAT   YOUR   HOLLARS  W  ILL   GO 'FURTHER   IF  YOU   BUY   FROM  US   -Our Oash Prices Oannof Be Beaten���������-���������  Ladysmith  O. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  B    C  If you like- ���������  A  smootlr,  easy  shave,  an even,  ,   well-finished    beard trim, a good  hath, er a stylish Hair-cut.  Yeu will go to  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PAftlORS  HIGH STREET.  The  only  line  now   making    UNION  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with       the  t--l  through    trains    from    the    Pacini  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  ,  ...   BETWEEN   .  MINNEAPOLIS,' ST.   PAUL,  CH*  CAGO.    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete 'information ask your  local agent or write,  ' ' v'       F.W. PARKER  General   J gent,  5 30 2nd Ave., Seattle.  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE,  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED AND FRESH.  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orden takes for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agencj;  PAN NELL  &   FLASKET!  HARTLEY   GiSBORNE  Member  Can.   Society   of   Civil Engineers  Member Institution of Electrical Engineers,   England  Member International  Electrical  Congress   at St-. L,ouis. 1904  ���������Electrical Engineer���������  P, 0L POX 357, _,; , , ,j        LADYSMATH, B. C.  CUBAN CIGAR FACTO  Mannfacturers of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOM  Nese b������   Union Iyabur   Employed  fi. J. BOOTH, Prop  ..Dea ers In  Pianos and  Organs ..  Ladysrriiri, B.C  Dr. Dicr can be foUHd at any tomcat his olTice on High sin-, ��������� !.. His dental work is-guarantee!!. *��������� 0 ire frrs*i>.  class and rates reasorralilj at.  fe Esw%2mMMM^$mms>$^m&m I ������AIW LEDGER  mMJSammnW'irinr i |i||i in' '|������i p  saw  fiSS^BS-BS  Initio  Union  Brewing  NAMAIMO^B.C. "  flanuf acturers of "the  AW  INFANT'S BATH.  A VISIT TO THE  In JBritish Columbia f  Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed  Brewed f  f     from the   Best Canadian Malt Run   Hops' |  ^���������|.-f.4~fs������*H>4*'4'***^r-M',4^*������4'*^^ 4  IT   SAV  BY MAIL  '������ TIHE���������SAVES   ML ONEY���������SECURE  ���������:,.-, flSFACTION���������JUST GET OUR  CATALOG 111-: OF MODERN  HOUSE FURNISHINGS  and if you are not alreaii y sliopping" by Mail, your regret will  he that you lme not done so. We have improved, the service  and arc extending jt, in s-o many, ways that wc are now proud  of our success, and enjoy la.II.inj; about it. A few clays since  we spo.-'e of some handso rue Sew Kerb Suites jusl irr, along  with that consignment wore  a number of  BEDROO  FENDERS  The Way tlie  Ruby  Should Be Ca?������s������  tally Cleanued Every Stay.  An infant, should be bathed once %  day all over, and the groins and buiw  locks should be sponged as e-flen as i������  necessary.  The temperature of arr infant'* bath  should invariably be tested with a b:it!i  thermometer.   The hand is never a safe  judge.    One huirdred degrees F. is the  proper lemperature for a tiny baby's  bath.    When three months old a tern  pp-r.r.irie of 93  degrees  is  preferable.  A bill Ii should never* bo too hot.   The  I* j/.;>i*i*:i(ui*t' of the r*ooui iu which baby  is to be L-alhed shoiild be about TO de-  ������r_es V., and there should be no drafts.  Tbe infant should be undressed quick-  ly and laid on nurse's or mother's hip  on a double bath blanket and soaped  all over with a piece of flannel, special  care  being exercised  to get ���������bctweci  the folds of skin where secretions are  apt to accumulate.    After soaping the  infant jh placed  in the  bath  arid tJ.e  aoay quickly washed off.    This shon.d  not require more than one or two minutes, though lhe time may be lorigtho.*!-  ed for .the baby to remain in tho water,  an it grows older.    After bathing tbe  baby should be dried with a soft towel  and quickly  and comfortably dressod  After* this operation tiro baby is usually ready for breakfast arid then a nr.nj  Infants should be kept out of doors as'  much us possible in tiro daytime, and  tf they are properly clothed' there will  .be less possibility of thoii* taking cold  than if they are kept indoors, coddled  and raised as hoi house plants.  CITY   SCHOOLS  )   As typographical     errors appeared  ru the following leport, printed yes-  terlray,,   it is corrected and reproduced  Errors in'*mal.jrng-u'p"   an. article are  always  annoying  to  tihe public,  but'  much more so-to  the  publishers.   It  is   very   .Uflicuit   with   a small  stall,  particularly   during  the   short   days,  to avoid thom entirely.    Our  readers  will remember that* Ladysmith is jiot  yet     large enough to warrant largo  'expenses  in printing.    Wc do thc best  we cau  uwisr  the circumstances, hop-  mj.   lor  more people and  rrrore l������ght  J]  (decline)  around.  1   At    the      same  City  Council's  heroic another vear rolls  tune   that       the  term of oflice expires jng 0r  divisions -1  there   will   be  two  vacancies  on    the  city school board, Messrs. Greaves  Vjd Can-on gowig out of office aftej  ���������serving on the board .since the cily  j \v_s uicorpoiated. Jt us not at pres  jenl known whether or not those gen-  Itieinen will seek re-election but, m  jtlie ni'tcicslK oi the school it rs to be  , hoped they will. 'lhe* present hoard ,school is  lias made great     impro\eiuents in Uiei  w'10 tares  la bear's tooth,  a portion of a mammoth's tusk,  etc.,   is the foundation  oi a musirem     that it is  intended to  Win   in  connection     with the school  Priy.es are given   to'the pupils who  make what is considered     the     best  contributions to this collection durine;  the month,    for October the prizes  were awarded by the Principal.     In  the highest class,   consist-Vug  of  Divisions  J, 2 and  3, the first prize, $2  in  cash,   was worr   by Sarah     Dunsmuir of division 1.   The second,  Sl,  in cash, won by llosie Jones ofliW *.s  Cob-urn's room.,;    In' class 2, consist-  5,   li  and  7,    the  first  prize was  awarded   to  Blodwyn  Daws,   of  Miss   Ramsay's   room; the  second   to Violet  Wcinrohe,  of   jUIss  Fisher's  roo'tn, and the  third  to    C  Police!-., of jUiss iSiiticr's room.  In  a vacant room the work sent to  the Westminster    fair  from  the Ureal  on c.\bi|ji1*ioii  and  anyone  to   see it     can  do so  by  IT PAYS TO BUY  at  Weinrobes  GIVEN AWAY FREE  w  Silverware & Jewelry Will be Given Away FREE  HERE ARE A  FEW OF T HE  LATEST   DESIGNS" IN  ELEGANT   SILVERWARE   AND   JEWELRY,   WHICH WE  ARE GIVING/ AWAY FREE  AND   WITHOUT CHARGE.  It win give you a cbJance to get     Christ/mas gifts for your  friends without paying a c ent for* them.  back  Our prices arc the lowest     and you     Can get 10 percent,  for every dollar's worth of goods ��������� purchased  in our store.  THE GIRL THAT LAUGHS.  school's, generally and it is safe to .say  those rnloi'usted in tho.cause oi education are not anxious to see any  change orr the Ifoard.  Suice  the   town  rated some great  caning at the school house any   time |  while school >s in session.  As   previously   announced   in      Tlie  Ledger,   many  improvements are helms been ''.ricorpo-j illB made iu lne "n'lding   itself.  Tbe  changes ha\c been!tr*lslees> aS a result lof persistent ap-  in several designs and in three sizes, 36, 42, 48  Steel rail, $1.75, $2.25, $3.00  , Brass rail, $4,00, .$4,5c, $5.00 I  Kmt   the   Gixu-Iei-,   but   the  Girl   That  LmiirIiji nm] MenitH It.  Girls spend considerable time tryintj  made on.the    teaching stall.     A rCw 11'lica.tions  to   tihe   government,   both  days    ago     Inspector Wilson paid aa'*,nrou������h   tlie iriettium  oi  the  menVbcr,  official      visit  to  thc     schools  Al-  VBCTORIA.B.C  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short   notice.    Drill Sharpened^ by  ������������������-  ways gives satisfaction.  Picks handled and repaired. <  Siiipsmitliing    in   aU     its   Pranliea  Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmitns.  R. LAWSON  Buller Street   -'���������-   -    1   Lady tarn ith, B C  though he made no actual cxamina-  to And out how to be popular.    It iscJ llon he     hpld a     conference with the  natural   thru  a   girl  should  seek  ap- I teachers,  speaking very encouragingly  proval and adnriratiorr.   Her popularity   of Hie work they wcre doing and giv-  nieans a  good time,  boxes of candy,   ing them some sound ad\ice-  theaters,   dances,   flowers-everything S    ���������Speaking or attendance, Mr. Wilson  said  a good   way   to  encourage regularity on      the part of the'scholars  was to award some honor  to      the.  room     in      which     the     attendance  had      been the     most      regular  dining     the     month. In     other  schools, ho said, a'banner was kept,  and was lining in the room having the  best average attendance. It was allowed to remain in the room for a  2iioiif.li, and should another division  have thc best attendance" at the end  of that time, the banner was1' transferred  to  that room.  One of the trustees, leurniug, of the  ,' proposal,  sent away  tor a large  Union Jack and  will  present  it tor the  1 school  to  be  used  for thc above pur-  r4.*>*...,tlj>������t.mm-  x  L*b?SMITH TRANSFER CO.    *  PIANOS,  ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND  SAFELY.         Stables in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots  ford.  WILLIAMS AMD  Z4++9*****+***+++4 ������������������-M-f ���������.���������-��������� ���������  Leave orders at   the  that the hearts of the young delight in.  The girl that is popular is the girl  who laughs���������not tho girl that simpers  and puckers or giggles, but the yiri  that laughs and means it. The g\rl  that laughs cau have candy and flowers nnd theaters every day in the week.  Men Hock about her. They adore  her. She laughs herself straight into  *he hearts of beans and admirers nud  straight into all the good times that a  girl can dream of. ,  She laughs, but she is careful wnec  she laughs.   She laughs with her beaus,  but  never  at them.*    She laughs at  what, they say when they say it, but  ne-/er afterward.    She laughs at their j  jokes, but never about them.   She nev I  er laughs at any one's blunders or mis* '  fortunes.  Women forget to worry when they  hear the cheerful girl's laugh. 014  men are warmed at the sound of.it.  Young men listen and follow it, pay  court to it. marry it, for it is the laugh  that keeps the heart youug, the laugh  that keeps the face bright���������Kansas  City World.  pose.  HOW SHE KEEPS YOUNG.  .���������V \ 3 *t ������ r  >������������������*���������"���������"������������������  A  *t*.3M*������*������*������*������;M*e*.*^  ���������'��������� ���������������������������������������������- -  *  ������������������:������������������'  *  JPHONE 66  ^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������-^���������^���������-*������������*������-**������3������(*������ ������.** ^'  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  '    SALES STABLES   ,       ^  EXPRESS  WORK   A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  RESS  LIGHT TEAMING    ^  Wood and Bark for Sale  BUGGIES  FOR HIRE  :-:  :���������:  See J. KEMP, or leave orders vith  BLAIR &  ADAM  tflRST AVENUE  'PHONE 2-4.  W. SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  P('- '���������:  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  Dr.  .Surgeon Dentist  All -work.guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  High St. Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  ipsoii  Solicitor, Etc.  to   Loan  t   Avenue ���������������������������-.     IADYSM \  LADYSMITH  AERIE     NO.  686,  F.  0. E.     :���������:       :���������:       :���������-:        :���������j  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President   B. Forcimmer;      Worthy  Secretary,  C. H.  Rummings.  ;p,  *!������iaoBi53������i_a_* DESIGNS i  fat ?AI BT������ TRADE-IHAKKS }  W   \M  m  ���������������* ANO COPYRIGHTS s*  {-a om m siBlia'a U *W OBTAINED -,'  ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY Sf B513_? Sf? ^  Notice in''Inventive Age" PKB'liS <  Book "How to obtain Patents" JTIliblffl '  Charges moderate. No fee till patent is secured. '.  i Loltnrs strictly confidential. Address,  E. G. SIGflCfiS. Patent Lawyer. Washington, 0. C."  Si.** eats three warm meals at regular  hours.  She never rides when sho can walk  the distance comfortably.  She takes fifteen quiet minutes in a  darkened room after luncheon.  She doebn't waste bet vitality in ea-  perfluous and energetic talking.  She is careful to spend at least a  half hour* every day In the open air.  She begins each day with a cold  bath, followed by a glass of cold or hot  water. \  She sleeps eight hours, and as oft(%  as possible two of them Defore midnight.  She is neither self centered nor family centered, but has a few fresh out-  aide interests to keep her live and  thoughtful  She never lets herself moan over the  past nor worry about the future, but  makes the best of the present and  keeps sweet and cheerful.���������Philadelphia Bulletin.  ������/������aiitry Moiiho nnil Tn������n ."House va*  <     ble Hn8  Foundation  in Fact.  The fable of lire country mouse and  the town mouse has a foundation in  fact. Mice occasionally migrate in lais*  numbers when food grows scarce and  travel considerable distances to fresh  bouses. Farmers in a part of Perthshire bad a good reason to become  aware of this fact when, a couple of  years ago vast swarms of mice invaded  their cornfields at harvest time.  But tbe mouse only travels when It  has to. The rat. orr the contrary, seems  to take a yearly orrling, in very much  thc same fashion as do .human beings,  Kats are the most migratory creatures  in the world. Troops of nits leave the  towns nt tbe end of summer and spend  a month or two in the country, apparently'in order* to enjoy the change of  food which the country affords at that  time of the year irr tlie way of fresh  fruit and grain. Before the cold weather sets in they are all back again iu  their old quarters.  Reindeer migrate with the same regularity as swallows. They move south  when winter sets in, but as soon as ever tbe snow begins to melt they travel  steadily north, sometimes for* as much  as a thousand miles.  To end a holiday by deliberate suicide is so strange a phenomenon that  for* a long time naturalists looked upon  the stories Of the migration of the lemmings as arr improbable fiction. Yet tbe  facts are beyond dispute. At irregular  intervals these ratlike creatures start  out from their Ironies in the fastnesses  of northern Scandinavia in huge droves  numbering tens of thousands and trav-'  el steadily southward. Death pursues  them iu a hundred forms. Hawks and  other birds of prey hover above them.  Thousands are drowned in rivers. Yet  the rest struggle on until they reach  the sea. They do not stop. They plunge'  in, swim out and struggle orr until at  last their strength fails and they^  drown. Not one ever returns from this  journey of death.���������London Answers.  |    .Since the conuueucemerrl of the pre  'sent Lcrm thc teaching stall has made  some great 'improvements in  tire library room, and the little apartment  is  now fitted   up   most  comfortably.  The  floors   are  nicely  oiled and  the  room 'is   furnished  with  tables,       a  wilting .bureau, a coscy corner and a  number  of comfortable chairs.     The  ladies are now     working some cur-  tarns  to  be hung over the windows.  The     library  is of   gieal  service to  the      teachers    and  pupils,   and  the  books are in continual  use.    The*collection  is   at present not large,   but  the     literature is  of  U>2       highest,  class...      Several     new works are ordered and expected to arrive in a few  days..   In the library  there is also a  large collection of     nature's works,  brought   by   the  p,upi-ls.   This'collection   which   consists   of  specimens   of  quartz;  copper,  tin,  iron, ^silver, lead  ores,      pieces  of  salt'in.its', natiural  state,      coral,-limestone,   fungi,; curious shells,  coins,  beads,  used, by the  Hudson      Bay      Trading   Company;  wampum shells, used )by:. the Indians  for money,  piece of the abandoned Alaska cable,      fossils, petrified    fish,  a  cartridge  taken   from  a rebel :on  the  Parker Williams,  and  by sending     a  delegation  to   inten/lcw   the  government officials,   oiil-aiiied  a grant       of  $2,500  for improvement  work.     This  money rs being expended in cementing  the     ���������basement   and . in  installing  a  lieating apparatus.    Donald Nicholson  has the contract for thc former and  has  already  commenced   work.    The  basement   has been  leveled  and in  a  short  time thc cement will  be     laid  When-this  work is  completed       the  pupils will derive great benefit from  it, a's     hitherto in  the wet weather  they have been  unable lo play irr the  basement on account pi" the dampness  caused  by  the water  nuking "Is way  in.  Up   to   the present   the school   has  bscii heated hy stoves in the various  rooms,  but the hot air system,  for  the'installation of which  the Ladysmith Hardware  Company  has  been  awarded   the contract,   will  keep  the  school   at   air even   temperature continually.    This   mode of'heating     is  used in .the Vancouver schools and Is  geneially  thought to be tire      most  healthy      and   satisfactory,   system  there ....    Already 1he furnaces are at  the .school and  the trustees hope to  see tiie work     on  tlicit   installation  completed   rn a short time.  The following  is   tire  actual attendance irr   the    various   divisions  for  the month of October.  Div. k 1���������Principal    DaMn     t  85  SILVERWARE  ������������������ -^-  CP.KA.U PITCHERS  SUGAR BOWLS  BUTTER  PLATES '& KNIVES  CAKE PLATES  FRUIT DISHES  CJtYSTAL AND SILVER  '   BREAKFAST  CRUET  FANCY DECORATED CHINA  BREAKFAST CRUET  DESSERT FORKS  DESSERT KNIVES  \\  JEWELRY  I  GENTLEMANS'  WATCH GOLD  FULLED & SOLID SILVER  MENS' GOLD PLATED CHAINS  LADIES' SOLID GOLD RINGS  MENS' SOLID GOLD RINGS  LADIES'  GOLD BRACELETS.  LADIES'S BROOCHES  B, 5. Weinrobe,  ...-ass-si  HIGH STREET,  LADYSMITH, B.  mm  C.  D*v.  Div.  Div.  Div.  Div.  Div.  44.  2.���������Mr. B.S.    McDonald   .  3���������Mks    Coburn ������������������-  48  ���������1.���������Miss Milligan    41  f).���������Miss Ramsay    4S  (! ���������Miss  Butler        48  7���������Miss Fisher    (10  Div. 8.���������Miss Tcague   (II  Div. i).���������Miss Abercrombie   60  Total  457  Subscribers who .do. not receive the  Ledger':,regularly- will confer u favor  on-the.'publishers if they, avi'U drop a  post-card to that effect, or leave  word at the office. Every effort is  made to have papers delivered������������������ regularly, but it 5s not always possible.  If" we are not notified that a paper is  Any  Kind  of  - Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  At  PAINTING,  PAJPEKMANOING  ETC.  Work done properly and at tight  prices. Shop and resideace tn rear  ol Ladysmith" Hotel.  J. E. SMITH, Prop,  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and making to order   *  speciality.  THOflAS  MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B..C. '  NOTICE.  From      this date the undersigned  will not be responsible. for any indebtedness     incurred except on      a  writtenoraer signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V.  I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1908.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that the undersigned wifl apply at the next regular sitting of the Licensing B*onrd  for the transfer of the retail liquor  license* held by him for the Portland  Hotel, located on lot 5, block _, 1st  Avenue,   City  of Ladysmith,  to Jota  Gogo: ANGELO ; T ATE.  Russell  Simpson,  Solicitor far applicant.        .  Ladysmith, B.   C,  October 4, ,1������05.  not regularly delivered wc have : no  Philippine Islands;   pressed  ferns, but way  of knowing  this  and correcting  terir.es,   insects, lunmmiing-birds'   nest,   *-uc rnistake.  il  Kootenay  Steel  Range  LEDGEI  IK.  m  Burns Coal, Coke  or Wood  Two sets of grrates are  supplied with every  Kootenay Range���������one for cool end the other for coke or wood���������  and the. flues are wide and deep, with no square corners, so that  the ashes ond soot produced by soft fuels cannot clog: up the  smoke and draft passages.  This feature of the Kootenay Range is a decided success.  The grates arc so easily changed that a fcoy can perf oim  the operation.  Sold By all enterprising dealers.   Booklet free.  MfParyS  London,     Toronto,      Montreal,      Winnipeg,  Vancouver,      St. John, N.B.  8>  I  m  m  I  i-tl  1st   Avenue  R dkonld be ton* in mind that  every cold weakens the long*, lowers the vitality and prepares the  system for tke mora aerioua diseases, among which are thc tw������  greatest destroyer* of hnmaa life,  pneumonia and comumpttoa  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won its great popularity by its  prompt cures of thia most common  ailment It aids expectoration, relieves the rang* and opens the  secretion*, effecting a speedy and  permanent core. II counteracts  any tendency toward pnetunania.   ,  I *Price 25c, Large Size 50c.    ���������  \  ���������"ssEswj:  :i3*sasaE_22sSSss5Eas*.  !ublie  Notice  Attention is called to  \he   fact that the  Flour .mils Co.,   Limited  makers  ot ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR.     have lor some time  past been producing flour in a   vastly   improved and purified  form  by the aid of ELECTRICITY *  and having secured control  ol    all the basic patents relating thereto, talte this opportunity of a dvising   the public  that any  un-nth-  orized users of the electrical   flour purifying processes  will be pro-  '���������-���������ecuted.  '   Ogilvie Flour Mills Oonip any L? Baited  ���������One    only    railloca ia Oau-ii* wliasD     Fiona.'  are  ?.s purified by tlie  electric prDcasa  (.'     r  ,,'1 -s <y^i,c .lal  ' (  THE   DAILY   tEDGSR  ten m  TO LET���������Furnished Rooms, with or  without board. Corner 8rd Avesue  and High Street.  SOS  PHOTOS���������FricU &. Scktucli  have le-  openod their Ladysmith hraack   at  PAINTING   AND  FAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artisticalfy Done  Orders Promptly   Executed  S. ROEDDSNG  -  -   LADYSMITH  the old stand. For ths next  ���������ays photographs from J2 51  ioi.tm up.   Come  today.  tea  per  on  the starboard  Messrs  ii'liiLJieil  J.   Cohurn ami Wm.   tuns e  uom Nana* mo iast  e\erim'  .413,000,  which will be suilicaent'      to  ' u e     ior    the demands  how  being  'made but a short .-time.        -.'   ,.  i   Tlie purpose of the call is to urge  knee c.p  by  falling   wlule ai. play on' u    u thc bran.ches of' the trade     not  Tuesday.  A  boy named  A lev. Dunce soli I his  the   school   grounds  sufficient when several thousand m.einjstruck the Aurelia  beis are out for weeks.     ' -side. (  At     the  beginning, of the sU'irggls;     . Of  all  the damage .lone the mos'k  the special defense fund amouim*.<r to (serious for the time was the burst*  ing of the Aurelia's  main. steam pipe  The engine room was  filled with hiss  steam,  and   how the  three-men  ing  to  on duty escaped being  scalded  death  is a mystery.'  fleeted'   and those unions which have|    The   Aurelia's   bulwark on the star-  been successful  in seenrang thc*ir ile- 'board side was earned away for   40  o mands   an agreement, to, a special as:  feet   w,ith the   rail and   planking.' Six  burned  rn the iiiine on Tuesday  cessment of 50  cents  per  week'"   fox-  stanchions   were   sm(as*h*cd   and     the  uc reported   to  be doing nicely. ���������.,,,  nMUnr    To  bring  this about,, ideck houses were shoved over to port  ' Aurelia's  hull   was strained,  tho  " he coneerf     and dance to be  Messrs  wer c  Thomas  and Simpson,  wh  m 1lro Opera House cm Saturday ne\U  jroiins.es to  be a yieat success.   J'or'  CsU.li member.    ,. ���������  .~���������0   ~��������� ���������..���������---,   {  the circular says:"*UrUess money is  iThe  fi,VC11 loithcomiiig the battle must be aban, scums  were opened and the schooner  NEW ARRIVALS IN-  LADIES'  AND  CHILDRENS'  GOATS  sr  These Coats are Very  Prettily    Trimmed  th  COIKCLL  donwl aud .'that means the'disiuption' began  to leak,  of    tlie book and     job  trades,  long  .       l"     ""''"'y K������-<������ l'"J- h0Uls and  the iiiiquitous opeii shop,  giam  is bciig   prepand.  M.  11.  A.  AT  Till*]   ABBOTSKOKI).  R   Philips,  V,uicou\ei.  11    (Irenes,   Lad.snrilli  Chisliolrri.   Vj.iicou.eL  -Willi the passage of the assessment  'pioposrtiou we increase our chances:  ' oi  success.  A meet-nig of the tennis club w. .*������������������  held al, the Recloiy ia-,1 cveiiuig and  was raniy v.cii attendd Thei tre.is-  uiei's report showed the season Lo  l<e a successful one financially. Thc  membcLs of the ciiil*. are con tempia,t-  ing improvements to the court ind  7'bi.sS to carry thee out wcre d,s-  (Ci.ssed last (vcaurg  Smoke Big  B  Cigar.  0mfMWmmmt  The  Jrlethodist chi'idi  was  well   filled last ceriing and  lhe  Evangelistic  sen ice   was      most  interesting       To-  mis>ht and     (omoirovv night the Kev  Eoherls, of Ilalibnrton street Methods:   Ohmth       Nanaimo,   will  preach  Mr.   Roberts   arr\cd   in   town   ''his  morning and is thc guest of thee Rev.  Schiichtci.  NANAIMO.  C^KR���������SMITH  Naiiaamo,   Nov.   2.���������-At  six  o'clock  this      morning'.   the  Wallace street  Meihodist Ohurch was .'the scene of'a  pLctty  wedding,  when Mr.' J. Oarr,  of th'scity, and Miss Mary, daughter  !1  Mi.  and Mrs.  Ralph  Smith, were  united in marriage by Rev. A.      M.  Sandfoid.  I   Mrss  lironton,  cousin  of  the bride,  acted  as  bridesmaid,   aud   Mr. Thos.  O'Connell,   attended   Uie   groom.  !   The  bride   was  attired  jn  a traveling dress of grey cloth  with     green  u'het    tiimmings      and     green silk  vutclungs.    She   wore   a hat  tiimjned  with     gieon and grey  vehet.     Tlie  ceremony   over,   the   wedding  party,  consisting of  a few intimate fiiends,  of  the bride and groom,  returned  lo  bLC.il.fast at the home of, the bride's  Five of the Umatilla's plates(,were  dented, but the steamship suffered  no material harm and was able to  proceed to sea. Capt. Noplaindcr, of  the Umatilla,' heirs a. good reputation  for carefulness.  "' paionls on Milton street.   The'happy  Jr*st from     Fiance���������Tooth  Brushes,    couple left later on thc 8.20 train for  I-l.ur   Biushcs,   Ciotlies-biushc.      all   Victoria, and      after   spending    thc  at   fair;   prices���������.peifect   goods���������'Lfyly-  honeymoon there, they  will  return to  sn'ith Pliaimacy.                                      ,' th, s   city   and    take  u.p houselfieepfi.g  ���������������������������                              on Kennedy street,  i   have 'list recened a good assort- ~  ment or lormc, biiurt leather and pic-'    The f"������e>'al  of  *-Jle late Mrs-      u  tonal     pn_t cauls         Koight's Book  Jo-'Cs    took   place  from   the familyi  Stoic       Call  ui and  see them.             residence, Milton street, .yesterday af                                 l einoon,  in  the   presence of  relatives  BAREHALL-  Chicago    rises up as two or three  and   declares  that  John  Mc(Sraw-has  Vliroil  of  thc  baseball   game,"   "has  given   way   under   thc   strain,"   "had  a row with  the owners  of the   Newl  York Giants," and'"will retire from  the     management of the New York  liiants,  after  having  won  for them  two   pennants   and   a world's   chfrin-  pjonship."   "Muggsy"  gets right up  and    says     that   Chicago  is  a liar.  "Muggsy"   always  was   qiuick   at repartee   To make good on his1 denial  he has signed  Catcher Marshall', who  wore    a Giant.     uniform  during the  early part of the season,  but  finished   with    Minneapolis,   arul   Pdtclrer  Wright,   of   the Longsville club,    He*  also has Ferguson, a fielder from th2  American Association. , '  Mike Donlan is off thc reservation  agairr and    since tlie finish of      the  world's  championship   series  has had  the New York Giants in hot  water  most  of the time.   A few rijghts, or  and  the Price  Easy to Reach.  is  ������~nroaaojaac=������-  Ladies' Coats,  $4.00 to $8,50  $50���������Per acre for 5-acre blocks 1 Mile  , from City.  $375���������Cash secures Ja fine iesldeace ia  the choicest part of tke oity. Oaly  $244 more to pay at th������ rat* af  $12 per month. Owner has iavest-  ed aver $G0f ia imarowraeats.  Water laid   oa.  Fiae gardes.  $280���������Cash    and    $4M oa mortgage  buys  two  lots  each  68x121 tmly  a  few  yards   float   aast-afice.     Fine  iave-stmeat.  SPECIAL  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  $508���������Cash and  balauco an tia*e buys  two first-class     stores ia busiaess  portion of city.  For Rent���������A nice stare on-Wrst Avenue.  Childrens* Coats  $l.00jo$5 00  Walters &  Akenhead  For Rent���������A  nica two-raomeil si are  For     Rent���������Nice  two-roamed calda  Bear statian.  Deeds,  Wills,    Mortgages, Caa-  tracts  and   Agreements  Drawa.  J. STEWART,       [''  Conveyancing;     9      Notary Public  Phoae,  3. i  P. O. BOX 268  Appointments may be made at any  time for dental work at Dr. Dier.'i  on High street st  SARAH  BERNHARDT-.-  OPINION      OF      CUBA.  Sarah  Bernhardt,  tlie French     ac-  Now the long evenings lia������e come,  gat your reading matter at Knight's  Book Store.  , NOTICE.  Notice is hereby ecivem that the first  sitting of the  Court of Revision    ol-  tlre City of Ladysmith will be held  irr the Council Chambers, Ladysmith',  on  Wednesday,   29th  November,  at 7  p.m.  J.  STEWART,  U.M.G.  BARGAIN  We are showing over 200 PAIR of  Ladies' Gents' jwid Childiens' Hose  8 ALSO BOYS SWtATERS-NO TWO ALIKE  Just the thing required this cold  weather. All these goods are mark-  ed in plain figures, being 25 PER GfNT.  off regular jprice.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  GATACRE ST  \m\%WBaam3am*9m\mmmm\  IALYSMITH  W*M1MliirM���������a^^^^������li^E?g-*'-������''-J -J"w^H_MI {  lather  mornings,  ago,   the teamlwas   tress,   who  is  booked to tour  Cuba,  celebrating  irr a New  Jersey hotel.A '  Anthoar     Hope's latest book,  "A  Sa-ramt of  th������ PHblrc," at Knigfit's  BCsik* Store.  of     the deceased    as  well as a largo  umber of sympathizing  fr,cniis.  .Ser\kes   were conducted   by      the  Pio'-     V. M. Sanford at  the home and  the giavesidc.    The pall-ufctrers were  Mcssis.  M.  Harris,   II.   Smith,     W.  K.  Kdmunds,  S.   Clough, -J.  Renwicl.,  and R. Brown.  Ihe Yaucoir*,er. News-Advertliser announces   xhsit Samuel  Roberts,    who,  for many ycais  bus  sei\cd     as     a  'loc^siioi cman  on  the  Terminal  City  waU'ifiont,, has  lallen heir to $15,-^  000   left him  by a wealthy  relative  in l*:nglaiul.    Mr.   Roberts   is  a married rmrir iCsSHlu.g 0I1  nomer street,   I j"_~"  r^ Vancouver   yesterday af  aB"oinel teinoon.    Services were conducted at   o _                   the home and   graveside by  the Rev-  ��������� tXCELSlOi. UAMiftfOUB S ^%������t^^^Z    last  resting  place in the presence of  The burial, of Mrs. Cook took placo  immediately on   the arrival of.-    the  The  above club  was  loi mod     and  uannd   Ja.st .Monday   e%eiiing.       Tho  first     dance    oi   the  season  will  bo  held  on  Tuesday,  No..   7th.  A general invitation  is  extended  to   the   ladies   loi   the  season.     Any   gentlemen  wishing   to  .hid  may   do so   by  sending his  name  m   to  Mr.   Smith,      ot  (he   Mint,  oi   attending   tlie  meeting  nexl   Alorulav evening.  sym/patiu/.irig  friends.    The  pal-1-lwar-  cls  A\c*rc   Messrs.   Bcvilocvway,     C.  Rawlmton,  J.   Shaw,  W.  Lew-is, T.  ! Hodgson and S.  Cohurn.'   : o���������   Diiect From France���������Tooth, shaving,  ban and clothes .brushes.A splendid  assortment at the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  wai.ler told Mike that he owed for  one bottle of wine, whereupon Mike  smeared the garcon all over the  landscape. A general fight started  that overflowed from the wine room  into the lobby, and was only quelled by the police. The whole Giant  teanr and a number of guests,, to say  nothing of a flock of lackeys < rid  things, were in the mixup before the  chief called   time.  Till]   TYPOGRAPHICAL   UNION   llAMNfi   HARD  FIGHT  Accord jig to  statements made  in a  circular   sent  out In   die  Inter national  Typugiaphical  union   it.  rs costing  that   body MS.Ui'O per   week   to w.ige  its  war  loi  tire eight-hour day     and  the clossed shop with tlie  typothcate.  The circular calls  attention   io   thc  fact  that   i I'Uii men an* oul   o'i-tnl.c  ail the present   time .md  t' e .ls*p.*���������nds  on   thc   u  ���������-,*i *    ai* '>���������'���������,*    ,ri   } :-,(bi0  per  wec-k. ��������� While ll.e siri'/e hgs been  Whc-u the  successful   in   some   places,   there  are  .eet  from  oth.T   cities   where 'Ihctv   is   a stub-  bor;i  contest.    The  circular   -n     irocs  on  to say   that   the  regular   fn.i (s  the  internal.una!   l.rca.si rv are       nol  particulars of the  i;matilt.a's collts'ign.  In  describing  the collision   of   the  steamer   Umatilla  with   the  schooner  Amelia   in   the Golden   Gate   harbor-  last  week,  the San Francisco Examine!   sa\s:  "The  Aurelia,   with  5*10,000   feet of  lum?Tr, was    conning  in  from  P,oTt.'  land and  was passing, Broad wayjpicr  nl    II 'i0  a.in.,   when   the  steamship  Umatilla,      bound  for Puget  Sound,  was hacking     away from her berth.  Umatilla was about 100  the  wharf and  going   full  speed   astern,   Capt.   Noplawler,    on  the   Umatilla's   bridge,   sighted      the  Aurelia, but was too late to avoid .a  collision.        The  -  UrnutiJIa'.s    stern  CHARMED LIFE.  A  correspondent     writes  is "that,  when  in India he met an officer in a  native  cavalry  regiment   whose  record  is  almost as  remarkable as that  of   Petty Oflicer,Waiver.,  His fi(sh ad  venture consisted of being on the lop  of  an   omnibus  upset  somewhere  in  tho  neighborhood   of   Piccadilly      12  or     13  years      ago, Several  reoplo  were seriously hurt on that occasion  but  he escaped  practically   wothout  injury.    After that he went out   to  India in  the Roumania,   which     was  wrecked   off   the coast   of   Portugal,  sVVitli   three   or   four   exceptions,    one  of which  was  this  officer,  every soul  on  board  was drowned.    Not long after  his  arriival   in  India,   when   sta-  fi'joned   on  t*he   frontier,   he  was  attacked by an armed Gha.zi  when'quite  unarmed      himself.   Such encounters  usually  end   disastrously   for the  white  man,  hut. the officer succeeded  in  worsting his assStiilant,  with   very  fit lie   damage to  himself,   and   lived  to see hi in Tianged.  ,may-iiiot go to Havana at all, owing  to a remark she is alleged to     have  made: sccral years ago regarding),Cu  bans.i .Her managers got word     recently that the posters of the French  actress   have   been torn  down  by  angry Cii'b-aiis and that there have'been  threats   of trouble should   she       at-.  tenipti;to appear  there.  Mme.   Uern-  haid'tisailod yesterday noon from Rio  de Janeiro.  Whe-ri Sarah Bernhardt made'a tour  of     Cuba a few years ago she  met  ���������*^rt-sri*irig������iCsC*aiafc**(*i nawiM-uirtXTErtxct-MtBaama'mi  9  I  ON MONDAY, M 6TH OF NOV.,   .  A. HOWE, of CHEMAINUS, will open the MEAT-  MARKET lately   run by W. Ward, on Roberts street  WITH A FULL LINE OF FIRST CLASS MEAT:) '  A TRIAL SOLICITED  HOWE  tore  Lafel  y  cu  ete  Rent $15 per month, Apply to  RUSSELL SIMPSON  by   John  Thompson,   complete with   counter  Now   Ihat   Christmas  Will Soon be Here-  It is time to think  about       your  Xmas fruits,  etc.  Iff ������ W  New Currents,  New Raisins.  New 0range, Lemon &  Cjtron Peels  Shelled Almonds,  New Extracts,  etc., etc.  MMM������MIMt������|  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  The Children's Favorite  ���������ou mas-  Coughs, Colds, Croup and  Whooping Cough,  This remedy la ffunous for iu oui-or over  i������liu-go part of tho civilized world.' It can  always bo dopondoii upon. 11 contain!) no  opium or other lmrmful drag nnd iimy bo  Ui veil us confldeiilly to u bal>y ns to mi adult  Price 25 cts; Lai-Q-e Size, 50 cts.  HAY, GRAIN and  FARM PROMM  Orders will be delivered anywhere  ia the city promptly and at the low  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie't, o_ tk������  Eiplanadi.  James Warnock  W. G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor,  i(ist| Avenue)  Pall Stock   on   hand. Call early and  9r  jet your choice  ii  LINOLEUM AND OILCLOTH  From 35 cents to 75 cants per yard.  I1KFORE SELECTING YOUR LE-  NOL1UM, COME AND TAKE  A LOOK OVER 25 NEW DESIGNS.  ilARU  FINISH   AND   VERY      ATTRACTIVE.       THE LATEST  AND BEST IN THE MARKET  FOR THE MONEY.  G PETERSON'S Store  Cor. 5th. and Roberts St  willr great success. Upon her, return  to this country she was awakened in  her l'sillman npartmont at 2 o'clock  in the morning by a newspaper reporter. He wanted an interview regarding, her Cuban tour. Mine.  Bernhardt was angry at being roused.   She. is  alleged to have 'said:,  "Oh, ihe' Cu'bians? They are half  civilized n-sgroes who wear dress  coats. "���������New  York Sun. \  Heating Stoves  Our Stock is Now Complete in  HEATING STOVES  '..   A Large Variety to Choose From  PrtlCLS  RIGHT  1  The Ladysmith Hardware Co.. Ltd,  _2_5_������aBi|������flitS*2,������B^^  E5_3__  r:nM<������X'ii*������:  mmmmm*������mmmmt  WMW;  UiR AND ADAM.  'PHaNB   2-4        FH������N_3  24.  COAL MINES  REGULATION  ACT  Notice of  Examination.  Nofciee   is  hereby  given   that'  exam inatiVrjis -will lie ilreld for 1st, 2nd.and  8rd  class certificates ot competency  under     tire  provisions  of  the' "Coal  Wines Regulation  Acl," ()ir  tlie 14th, 15th     and   J0th  days  of November,  1905,   cemnisMiciiig   at  tlie  hour     ol'   D.30 o'clock  in  the  forenoon.  ,     Tlit txamillations will be held at Ferine,     Nanaimo and  Cumberland.  Tke subjects will  \yn as "-'follows:  1st Class  Candidates  3ini  class  candidates I       3rd  class candidates  Mining act and  cial  Rules  Spe-'  ���������Mining act anil  cial   Rules  Spe-  M ruing act and Special   Rules  Mine Gases  Veatilation  Mine  Cases  Ventilation  Mine Gases aad  General Work  General  Work  Gt'iioral  VV'orl.  Mining Machinery  SurTiyrng.                  ,  JUoT ARRIVED   ���������A large Shipment of the very latest  Styles in LADIES' aod GENTS' CHAINS,   LOCKETS, RINGS,  Etc.-Etc.    ���������,    ..       -  GALL  IND   SEE  TKEM  ^^ The PRICES ARE MODERATE for the BEST QUALITY ^^  B.FOReiMriER  ��������� WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER, OPTICIAN  First Avenue,    XX   X      Ladysmith, ; B. C  Stoves  Weare_|maleing thsm 01 ths Newest  Styles, j  ivea  Pattern and Late*]  WE D*������ ALL KINBS OF FOUNDRY WORK  ���������ur Pricts art Rtasona   bit  8EE ������UR   NE.W STtVBS IN BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  - ��������� ���������'���������' E an<^ at Ltsdysmith Hardware Company  LAD/51ird 1^)^ *  STOV E WORKS CO,  LTD.  Applicatieiis must he made to tlia  undersigned,   accompanied    hy    the  statutory fet, as follows:  Py aa applicant for i^irst and Second Class  Examination   $11-08  %\y as  applicant  for  Third   Class   Examination                5-'J8  Tl������* applications must be accompanied by testimonials .r cntiPrd  ������������������juts tfcereof, (a) If a candiJalo for Kirst (.'lass, that he >s a Piitish  strbjeotana has had at least five years'cxperieuce irr or a/bout the practical  .���������������trlai������_     of a coal  mine,  and  is ;*.t   least' lo   years  of age.  (ill.) If a caadidate for '^coiid Class, that he has had at least 1ve  Tfcrs'  experience in or about tlie practical  working   of  a coal   '.nine.  (c)  If a candidate  fur Third   Cla ss,   that he has  had  at least      '���������;ei  ytars'  experience  in   or about   the practical -working* of a coal  mi'ic.  By inter of the Btard,  FRANCIS   H.   SHEPHEfHI  Storetar-y,  Nanaiaao, B; &., September 30th,    1903.  TO POULTRY FA  100-ACRE FARM NEAR LADYSMITH  Five acre* cleared and cultivated, four roomed hous]  five Poultry Houses, 5oo Laying Hens, one Pi( ilj  Clover Cutter, Axes, Hammers, Saws and Tools', of evj  ery description, two Spray Pumps, $20 wor :'i oj  Blasting Powder, Wire Netting six feet nig" cov-.vi.ii  \'?. acres.    2 i-2 Tons   Hay, $20 worth ��������� New   LaiSij  :������  .Uiflsi, Shot Qun and two good Sai! Boats.  I  $450 Cash and $750 on riortgage  J.STJCWART,  Pi O. Box 268, Ladysmith Phonel

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