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 'LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.  \>**i  H������i  Ladysmith Daily  GER  *-4__ae-^*-  WL.z,  TUESDAY,  NOV., 7  J905  (''/t  '^.  AIOV 8 _  '(-.. *���������  I00������  i".  <���������>,  Qf?iAsB  o>  *���������       U'.l.   ���������  PRICE FIVE   CENTS  MORE ANCIENT  ENGLISH PAPERS  Very Old and Interesting Copies  of London Newspapers in Possession  of Duncans Lady  Afford Evidences oi Changes  in  the British Law in the  Last Century  Below is published a letter from . a ' name of the Daily Universal Register  resident of Duncans relating to an- | It was first called the Times Jamia-  cient English papers which are in j ry 1st, 1788. Walter, its editor and  her possession. Apart from the val-] oWner, ,lived rough times'for the, first  uc attached to papers, -|ld prints af- j fjw years after his paper began cir-  ford much valuable information'- as J julating. The paper was noted for,  to existing affairs at the time they I its fearlessness, ami Walter was sev-  weie published. For instance, our 'oral" times imprisoned for articles  correspondent mentions iu her letter ' against great people, and lit has been  that iu one of the papers :������i her pos- 'us.wrted that he stood in the p'SIIory  session, The Sun, of 18*02, is an ac-'jn nno for Jihcl against the'Duke of  count, of men being sent to death" for } York. The first Walter died intl812  theft, and even for so small an oficne ' rtnd bis yen,  who came ,to the helm in  II .DEEPEST WORKINGS  THE BEST  ���������i  Rosland's Mines   Improve  Wi'Ii Greater  Depth  BelowWater Level the Or?  is Apparently the  finest  LARGE EXPENDITURE  IN CAPITAL CITY  - Victoria, Nov. 7.���������(Special)��������� The  B.C. Electric Tramway Company  have appropriated'$C3,000 for improvements to their system here, including the erection of large new office buildings and extensions of* their  lines.  -4  FOR THE  WEST CoisT  -;0:���������  Victoria,   Nov. ,7.��������� The gasoline tug  .Clayo.juot  built  at  Ballard   for    the  Rossland, Nov. -7.���������The chief item  the past week is the annouccment  of interest in the mining news of  that the, Le Re>i i.s installing a skill-  way in the winze on the, 1,350-foot  level, ' as a preliminary to beginning  the work of deepening the wirv/.e |.o- j lumber company which is erecting  low thc . 1,550-foot level. This winze large sawmills at Clayoqruol, on tho  will be extended down to the ],.550 Vancouver Island coast, passed up  foot level, and when that depth has Lo the coast port with a partv of  been reached the level will be ex- Lji(l. of ���������,_������������������ inteccst^, iH Uk *con.  plored. , The development ��������� from the '  1,350-foot lev el. clown  to   tlie. 1,550  LIST CRIME  I UDin'S LADYSMITH LUMBER  Kills Associate and  Himself When Located by  Police  Was Wanted For Murdeiv  ous Assault���������his Ca=  rter  as. the passing of a had shilling. Thi.s  serves,to show that- sweeping changes  have  been  made in   British  laws  during the last century.    In the present    times of, advanced civilization  some question  thc justice of administering capital   punishment  for mil.-  der,   and   frequently   wc  hoar  of i)'.v  the state is ]>etit>ionod to modify      a  death     sentence to one di imprisonment for life.    For  some tame after  the beginning of the nineteenth century iir England .sheep stealing   was  punished  by death,    Arrd   today people  are agitating-to     have capital  punishment done away  with altog'jth  or.  In another old paper our reader at  Duncans     says  the  famous  actress,  Mrs. Siddons is advertised to appear  at Drury  Lane Theatre.   Thc paper  was published in 1807, and at     that  1803,   was the-real  founder of       the  future greatness of the  Times. ������In Us  early days the paper was chiefly noted for its parliamentary reports,-and,  criticism on  drama.    In'1813,       and  for some yearst subsequent, Dr.  Stod  dart edited  the Times,  and he   was  controlling' it  at the  time  thc copy  in    the possession   of our   correspondent was     'issued.    Since  that   time  England's  leading  journalists      have  wiittcr.  for  the TVmes.  At the time of th? marriage of  King Edward it ,had a circulation of  110,000, and in, 1880 the* income of  the Times from advertisements alone  Iras been' calculated at ������260,000 a  year.  We -believe  that  the  great,Taylor'  was editing the; Sun at-the date   of  publication   of  Reader's   issue,,    and  Dr.   Johnson  is said to have, contri-  time Mrs. Siddons was at tho height jbutfd articles to itiat .various' times  of her fame.   Mentioning ihat famous     We shall  be pleased to hear of any  and excellent woman  recalls to one's  mind     thc fact  that in  those days,  like the present, an actress had     to  work to- obtain fame.   Her, rise from  obscurity     was  hy  no means  rapid.  Mrs.     Siddon's   first  appearance at  Drury  Lane  was   iu   the year    1775,  and  her cool  reception giver,  by  the  critical and viristocratic audience, lie-  fore which  she appeared,   forced her  other ancient" papers that are existing jn the neighborhood. M.  Following is Reader's letter:    ���������' i  Duncans,  Nov.-4th,  1905.  Editor Ladysmith. "* Daily Ledger,  ''  Dear  Sir���������I  lvelieve  yet more old  papers  will  come to light  as  people'  look over their old stores.    I have a  copy  of arr   old   London   paper,   The  Sun.  duly  stamped,   price  0d.,       of  to retreat to the provinces  for some   'lhursday, June 3rd, 1802,,containing  years. ��������� It  was not  until 1782,  when'the debate in  the House     of   Comber performance  at thc little theatre   moiis  of   the   -amount  of   the  grant  at  Bath excited  general  admiration, ' which should be made by the nation  that she obtained a rc-engagemerrt at   to  Dr.   Jcnner for his valuable    dis-  Drury Lane.    For many years subse-   coiery  of vaccination;  also a convic-  quent to  170-1  the   ''unapproachable/    tion and   sentence of, death for theft,  Mrs. Siddons," and her gifted broth-  and a sentence of death  for passing*  ers,  John  and  Charles  Kemble,  held   a bad shilling.   We can scarcely real-  sway at the theatre.  We read bow,   -1 c  that  such  was  the law only     * a  in 1*803,   they  withdrew and in'con.se   century  ago.    The   next  column  con-  quence,   the \ theatre,   for   a time, lost   tains an account of Uie ball at Rane-  its  good  naime.   However,  Mrs.  Siddons was induced  to return in 1800,  high.  I also have a copy of another Lon-  and in the year following the "Cour-   don Ipaper, (lhe Courier, of November  ier," our correspondent's  paper,  was   20th,  1807,  stamped  3k,  sold at 7d.  advertising her appearance. Ih those  >lays a troup of actors were announced, on the programme as "IBb Majesty's Company." Following is a  copy of the first play-hiH issued from  the now famous Convent Garden  Theatre:,  "By His Majesty  his  company of  Comedians, at the New Theatre   in  Drury Lane.   This day, being Thursday, April 8i.li, lCG-3,, will be acted a  Comedy called  "The Humorous iLieu  tenant."    The   King���������Mr.   Wintorsell:  Demetrius���������Mr.   Hart:   Fcleiucus���������'Mr.  Burt:  Peontltos���������Major   Mohurr:   Lieutenant���������Mr.   Clum:   Delia���������Mrs.- Marshall.   The play  will be  given at 3  o'clock     exactly.  Boxes 4s.; Pit.2s.  6d.  Middle     Gallery,  Is.  Cd.  Upper  Gallery Is.;" ,    T     ���������  Another newspaper. our reader at  Duncans speaks of as being -.ji her  posseSsSion is the London Times, now  the leading paper "in England. The  great paper was started in the year  1785 by Mr.  John  Walter, .under tho  It contains among   the Naval  Intelligence,   a list  of prices   taken     from  the French.  /Hie theatre news advertises  Mrs.   Sieldons  at  Drury  Lane.  There   i.s   also   a "Description        ot  Manchester," by a Spanish gentleman  who  tells  the  English  people of the  cruelties  practiced  on  young children  in  the cotton factories.   "As soon as  they aie ahle to run about i they earn  their   bread,   and  by  the   tiuie.Jthey  are seven  or eight  they  bring      in  money,"   the  article   says.   "   They  work from Tr^'in  the morning  until (i  :"ln,' the evening,-  and  another ��������� lot'., relieves ������   them    for      the  night.    The  wheels  never stand  still."  "Good Old Times."  Another   picture      of  the  so-called  I also \Jrave a .Times of June 22nd,  1S15.    Hoping  to hear  of. more  old  papers-.sb.*!! .surviving,  I remain, etc.  A  READER OF  THE   LEDGER.  P.S.���������The factory children wci'c'aF  lowed half an hour for breakfast-  arid' an hour  tor dinner.  THE- CAPE-TO CAIRO. RAILWAY  Quite recently I had the opportunity of dscusssirrg'the effect of'the death!  of Mr. Cecil Rhodes iiponthoCape-to-  Cairo railway with S;ir Charles Met-  calf, who, en .parenthese, has been  the leading spirit of the railway all  through. I told him that- in some  quarters the impression still remained that the death of Mr. Rhodes hac?  adversely -affected and was still affecting the .great railway : scheme. Now,  . ccrn. on  hoard.    The company opcrat  ���������ing at  ClayOsjuot intends  to   estab-  ' hsli one  of the  largest mills  on   the  Pacific coast.    Regarding the      pro-  !JLCt t'he Pacific Marine Record in its  hist issue said:    "The  Seattle  Lumber   Company  oi Ballard, and Messrs  I Alger, Smith & Company of Albany,  ! N.Y.,   or   rather   the   senior   partner  "'therein,  Mr.   Arnold,  are jointly  interested.      They  intend to erect   extensile and  most modemly equipped  i lumU.tr   mills,   commencing  with   one  callable  of cutting   35t>,000   feet       in  ' c rry terr  hours.  As they possess some of the ehoic-  est cedar  tracts  in the, world,     and  fanLtics  for  logging  the same   that  cannot be surpassed they intend     bo  cater chiefly  to  the-market of     the  state of New York, to which     '"they  will export  all   their   clear cut   lumbar and     whence they have already  Looked  extensive orders*.. They   pro-  pese to charter  their  own vessels to  carry  their own product; to  the east  where it  will  be 'marketed  by  "the     a'forpsisUd   company   of, A^r,  Smith dc Co., one of   the largest and  oldest  established firm   of  timber enchants in the stasc of New York, and  interested in sawmills  in Minnesota,  Michigan   and   Georgia   Bay.  reparations are in active progress  to eomirncii'-e -jconstrue tion of logging  roads, nviils, wharves, etc. plans for  machinery are in preparation, and  this promise to become one of tbe  Itirgcs't and most, successful lumber  enterprises in British Columbia. Thc  company has a caipital of many millions, a disposition to spend freely.  and abundant successful ex peri ence In    I lhe     lumber  position.  Tho fact that  ! that they will cut, carry and dispose  A  despatch from     Vancouver says:   of  the  lumber  in  thc   market   which  A  force  of neatly a   hundred men   is   Uiey already control makes their po-  acti'.eiy engaged  in development work sition  an   exceptionally   strong   one.  on sevtr.ii     copper proper-ties at Van   Tonnage has, we .understand, 'been of-  Anda  Island.     This will he material-  K.red  them   by   Messrs.   Sewell       of  ly increased  .and   work continued dur- Maine at -flO AI. but  wc understand  in:*; the  winter.     It is also  probable  ihat     Messrs.   Alger,   Smith  &   Co.  that t*he bond  which eastern capital-   will chailcr  their own   tonnage.  ists secured     on the Copper Queen a +���������  short time aeo win  be taken up.  MrH.     F. Wild, of,New York, who  successfully     negotiated  the  deal   for |  the bonding of the Copper Queen pro- j  pcrty for the  eastern capitalists  who '  arc behind     the enterprise,   is in the n   ������  citv, and a guest     at the "Vancouver. *  To" a press representative     he stated'    San Francisco, Nov.   ,.-l he appeal  that he was      well satisfied  with the   of   licnrge   I).   Collins    alleged   l,.Ra-  ma.lc bv the     development   '"������������������������.  who  was recently  brought   here  fe>ot  level  has  been  satisfactory,   in  disclosing the    presence -.of  valuable  ore    bodies,   and1 it ��������� is thought   that  still   deeper   work   will, bring    forth  like  satisfactory lresults.    At       thc  rate  at'    which   the workings   of the)  Le Hoi-and   Centre , Star   are   reaching depth,   it should  not be long before the water-line  is reached, i     and  at this  point  it is thought   there wall  he a marked change for ithc better in  the character , of the ore.    The earlier    mine      managers  of   the  camp,  Messrs: "Bernard MacDonald  and  W.  A.  Carlyle, ,wcrc of the1 opinion) that  the ore shoot of the camp would be  richer   below   the   water-line   ,.   than  above  it.       ~ <  Another  incident  of  importance   is  the starting of across-cut from  ihe  1,350-.' lOot'ievel   ,of the LciRoi  irr a  northerly direction,  which  is  intended to pierce the ground'of the  Josie  on,the same 'level.    The  Josie workv  ings'  are    down 000   feet,   and  this  cross-cut will' enable tbe Le Roi No.  2  to*'explore  its ground   at  a point  450     feet    below the- present lowest  workings.  ,As  good  shoots   of     O'l'e  have been  found     on  the   1,350-foot  level of j the Le Roi, and as  the same  condition occurs in the  Centre  Star,  it  isrcasdnnhly  certain  that  a  like  condition prevails  in  the ground      of"  Josie.    '  c, +"   ACTIVITY AT  VAN ANDA  .San      Francisco,    Nov.   fi.���������Milton  Franklin   Andrews,  wanted  for     the  murder  of  Bessie   Bui ton  at Colorado Spiings,   tonight  shot and killed  his companion,  Nulda  Olivia,       and  then   kill.d  himself.    Andrews     was  wanted  for  the recent  murderous assault on Wm.  Ellis at Berkeley, Cal.  The i^rlice found, Andrews and   Miss  Olivia at   748  McAllister  street  tonight, and   when  they were about-to  enter tbe bouse Andrews killed      the  woman and ended  his own  life.  A little  over a month  ago  Andrews  and   the  woman arrived   on   a steamer from     Australia.    On the voyage  they  formed the acquaintance  of William      Ellis,   a horseman,   -who   was  coming to  California to/attend     the  winter racing.    Ellis  was  knowp  to  have considerable  money   in  his-possession,  arrd   when   Andrews  and    the  woman engaged  a cottage at  Berkeley they     invited Ellis to luncheon.  During, the   meal   Ellis   was struck  on  th,! head' with a hammer and the wo- '  CO., HIGHEST BIDDER  The Local Lumber Firm Secures  The  Haslam  Mill  and  Timber Limits  Outbids Other Large Coast Lum/  ber Companies/The  Prices  of Their Tenders  Mr. J. W. Co burn, managing director of the Ladysmith Lumber Co.,  the  successful tenderers for the Has-  that this new deal of his company  would not in any way effect their  mills     either   at Fiddiels* or Lady-  lam   estate,   arrived  back  from  Na-   smith.    Both would be kept steatiUy  rraimo on  the .freight, train this morn  ing.    Irr  a conversation, with  a representative  of  The  Ledger,   Mr.    Co-  burn said  the tenders  for so large a  concern  were astonishingly close, his  own     tender being only  ?2u0 higher  than the next largest bid.     The lenders   were as  follows:  Ladysmith  Lumber  Co.  B.  K. Merril   E.   J.   Palmer   '.   .J.   S.  Emerson     T.   Jerome   (Seattle)- .  Armstrong  &  Morrison  E.   A.   1-loskms   &.   Co. $57,000  The  Huntington   Lumber  Company  .���������.,.   r...  i      ��������� ���������.si      f   ,   i     ,   j,  -,        oC  Vancouver bid   on one  parcel and  man .fired -a couple of shots, but thev  ^, >  o /.-r.    t      .        r,  1 ,     .-,...        . '.    .  .      ���������    the Pacific Lumber   Company     also  running, and the number of work-,  men eng-ageel would not bo diminished.  T' e timber     from the vast tracts  accjuirorl by     the company in     this  deal,  with  that already possessed by  them,  would keep the three mills iii  steady   operation.  - Mr.  Coburn, asked if he thought,of  moving the Nanaimo plant to   Fid-,,  dicks and operate the two under the  $70,100. one     management, said     he       was    ���������  $07,000  not  prepared   at   this   time  to speak   .  $68,000-of litis company's* intent-ions.  At any  "" ""  rate, no great, change would be .made  at  present.  The success of the Ladysmith Lum-  ���������$7'2,'150  #72,250  ���������V.'l.ra*  missed. Ellis, who escaped, inform  ed t-lre police. A search of the cottage showed that the .pair had made  preparations for disposing of Ellis's  body. Implements for dismembering  the corpse anil for mutilating the  body to make recognition impossible  were also found-. By photographs,  Andrews was* identified as Milton  Franklin, alias William Curtis, the  friend and slayer of Bessie Ronton,  of Syracuse,, N.Y., who was murdered  at  Colorado  Spri'iigs 'about     ten  tendered for one parcel.  Mr. Coburn, in reply to a -question  as to whether the mill would be  put  in  operation  shortly,   said  that  Ler Company     in 'outbidding     their  competitors  reflects  great credi.lt upon, the. capable  management of  that  company.   It is pleasing to note that  the mills have been accjlrired by     a  as soon as the necessary preliminar- [Ladysmith Company, and there "is  res \\ere arranged,, a force of men little doubt but what Mr. Coturn's  would be engaged anil operations Company will make a success of the  commenced,    lie  further  informed   us deal.  EGYPTIAN  CONCERT   CO.  AT  THE OPERA  HOUSE.  There  was  no  lack  of  applause at  TO BE  ARRESTED  FOR   KIDNAPPING   GIRL.  San Francisco, Nov. 7.���������A- warrant for the arrest of Capt.' Newt-h.  master of the whaling steamer Jean-  ette, on a charge of kidnapping a  young- Esqiiimo girl for immoral* pur  poses, was issued today on the re-  iturn of the United Sattes revenue  mem Lei s of   thc   company  are  by  no ! cutter  Bear   from  a northern cruise.  months ago.       After Bessie  Bouton  was murdeTOl   the   slayer  saturated the entertainment givon  by the Egy-  hcr clothing with kerOsSccnc and set .Ptiarr   Company  in  the  opera   house  fire to it. The 'hexly was so badly mu last     evening, and  from all  appear-  tila.tcd   that only  gold   teeth  served auc'c-s  *'HC very fair crowd  that     as-  'o identify her. ' A'i reward of $5,000 ^'''���������i*���������! was     highly amrfsed       and  was ollercd for Andrews' arrest. pleaded   with the performance.     The  Andrews      was  a known   desperate  character,     ami a Irequentcr .of pool -means  without  talent,   and  consider-' The warrant will he' executed   upon  ���������corns,    lie  was   (bought  to  be   re- iha the small .sum charged for,admis-' the return  of   the  Jeanette   to port,  ���������sponsible for the death of a gambler sio">  (j'*������ entertainment can  be term-.'she  is now in the'Arctic, and is bo-  named   Boswoith,   who  was  killed  in  New  liritain about a vear ago.  COLLINS APPEAL  THROWN OUT  showing     ���������������������*-���������'.'   ���������     "���������;-.7"-" from- British   Columbia,   to   the    Ku-  work on the     properU*.     l<oity men .  i  ���������       ��������� ���������   -   fi,���������  ���������,i���������p prcme   Court  has   availed  him ; notli-  are now engaged in  opening   tne nunc ' .'  ,       ���������     V .   , ���������.   . ���������nr.nvnrn,i n-g.   The  tribunal   today  denied    his  and more    hn^ore ;s b ,ng uneo^ red      * ^ |j[Uo|1 ^  every; day.     MuVwid sa.d the^ uH >      { GraJuun.-ir6.iv   pro-  on the Copper     Queen was now clown ������ *>  and a drift tunnel had  fifty-five feet  been run along- the lead for a distance  of a hundred and. five feet, i\U in i">ch  ore. With, plenty of capital at their  command his. principals intended to  continue ti.c development work in a  thorough manner,     lie said:  '���������About fifty men are engaged on  three other properties at Van Anda.  according to Mr. .Wml. The largest  party of "miners is*, in- the employ of  Seattle men, who secured a bond on.  a promising claim a short lime ago.-'  Air. Wild intends leaving for the mines  again  tonight.  POLLING IN  N. Y. TODAY  today,     namely,    a good many miles  from     Kaloma,     which Hs about 100  miles     northeast of     Victoria Fails,  and  well  on  the     way   to  Rhodesia  Broken Hill,  the.next, great stage to j    N(,w  York,   Nov.  7.���������Today  is dec  the   terminus of the southern end of j tion day here   The   polls  opc-ned   at, -       ,       ���������      .���������,,������������������   e  "It must be ad-   six O'clock,  and in nearly every  pre-   ihe morning  hearing  before  Supcnor  al rea-  ceed'ing with- the trial-of the suit  Which Mrs. Collins No. ,1 ins'fituteel  to obtain maintenance for lhersolf and  Children. The petition of Collins referred to thc plaintiff as "a certain  w'oriian calling herself Mrs. Chariot-  la 'Collins."  It was  a-had. day for  Collins   and  his attorney Krouse,  who,  in       the  interest of the accused  bigamist and  perjurer,  attempted to  butt into the  Maintenance suite,brought by     Mrs.  Charlotta   Newman   Collins,   the first  wife-   Within less than a hour,  Krovs  was     insulted Iry William  Newman,  ��������� Mrs.   Collins'i brother,   suspected  of  I removing  papers     from  the  County  ��������� Clerk's office, mauled  by tha tripham  met::-' repartee of     Attorney i-liram  Johnson,- fined by Judge Graham, and  finai 1 y iommit-ted  to  the county  jail  for contempt.  The.se  misfortunes came to  him  at  Lake Tanganyk-ia  mjttod,"      Sir Charles   proceeded,  "that Providence has been very kind  to us in      regard to the     stretch of  country north of Bulawayo, in that  as Sir Charles Metcalf is so closely wc have coal fields at Wankic to help  associated with the scheme it was, us along and are now making strai-  perbaps, garelly fair to expa:-t ,r . ght for Broken Hill, which, as you  say very much either way, but he are a ware, is a rich copper region."  agreed with me that so far as he .s He further stated that some seemed  aware the railway schems aad ."t to think that sentiment was at the  suffered to any appreciable extent if bottom of Mr. Rhodes plans regard-  indeed at all, by the demise of hi--: ing the railway, whereas the latter  lamented friend; and he 11 t Hat i had always regarded the matter  if it were otherwise the line from the from a hard and fast business st&nd-  ifiouth would scarcely,     be where tt is ' point���������Thc Engineering Journal.  cinct hundreds  of  voters  were  dy   in   line.    The  Republican  Municipal-Ownership' League and supporters  ,-.f   District  Attorney   Jerome  in. his.  can did ac-y    ha-ve. directeu their  'light  against   Tanrinaiiy.  John 'Iha, of the Pretoria, has  1 -ought ami installed the splendid  mirror and back bar forming apart  of Shanks' barber shop furniture It  is a fine piece of furniture and looks  well at the Pretoria. Mr. Shanks  has closed his shop and is leaving-  Iowa for Victoria.  udgc Thomas F. Graham of the,motion, to punish   Collins   for  contempt  for failing   to  pay  Mrs.   Collins    the  alimony awarded her pending'trial of  the suit for  maintenance.  On Tuesday morning Attorney John  son exposed the method ��������� resorted to  by Krouse to get into the case.������But  Judge  Graham   was  willing to  hear  ���������>ve  evidence   on  the same subject  'n  the course of  the inquiry  Krouse  lost bis  temper  and   was fined   $100.  The court   also   committed ��������� him   for  contempt   for   five, days,   or   another  U00  fine.  PICH DEPOSITS  FOR CANADA  Ottawa.    Nov.   1 ���������The attention of  Dr.   King,   the   Dominion   astronomer,  ed   \ery  good.   It is certainly  worth    hevod      to,    'be one   of the   whalers  whilr going   t0 hear the bass     and  'caught   in  the ice  in ��������� the Vjcmity  of  tenor singers- They both have   good   Bailey Island. ���������  \Oicc-s* and   sing   good   music.   There j    The   information   lrought   to   port  is also a clever pianist  who has     a    by the   Bear  is   that   thc'men     , on  pretty    soprano     voice,  and a little  ; ihe Jeanette bought the     rid  irom  h.ely  who  sings coon songs in a way  ber parents,   giving guns,  liquor  and  thai sort of song should  be render-  I ammunition  for her.  cd.    There was  not  much  in  the tar- \   The Bear   was sent north by     the  ecs, but still they were funny,     and  not,   at all offensive;   but the singing,  evi-ii  without   lhe other   attractions,  is   woi th  a visit to   the  opera  house  was called      today   lo a statement n.   and considerably more than the small  an   American  new������pa| or  that   lhe de-   ndmissiorr fee  to hear.  limitation of the Alaska boundary  above the ncigldic rhooil of Portland  Canal brings valuable gold, silver and  copper mineral deposits, conlroiio.l by  Illinois capitalists, under the jurisdiction oi" the Canadian government^  Dr. King is satisfied (hat lhc ���������sur-  \eyo:s arc only carrying out the*  I oi hk of the* Aliisl.,1 award The inn*  drawn by the Boundary Commissioners in the neighborhood of Porii-uul j t>ll..ui  Canal, corresponds, he says, iieilliiT  to the claims originally made by Canada ii(,r by the Cniled Stales, but  travcis-midway hei ween (hern f0r ���������'  distance ol two oi throe hundred-miles.' In this way it -S quite possible  that some miners who, formerly considered   themselves   under the  .iinisdie-  Thcri' will be a complete change of  programme for this evening's performance.  tion. of Hie    United     Stales  may be  made    subject to  Canadian  authority  -o-  W-ESTERN   ���������! Ol'UN AL1SM.  New York .Press���������"It sounds like a  yarn,"       said   a Chicago   antK'Ui.ry.  "but,  here   is "the proof.   Loo'*:   at   it  for  yenirsclf."  lie opened his scrap-hook ' to a clipping yellow with age. 11, was a clipping from a.newspaper of Tom 1st one  and  it saiel:  "Wx hopx      that our rxadxrs will  pardxn Ui.x appxar'ancx of this wxxks.  'Iiitxlligxncxr,'    aud   thx   sxxming|ly  my.stxriou.s   al.sxncx  of a cxrlain   lxl-  txr. >^ ��������� '  "Pain   Bilbxr canix   into  our  ollicx  yxstxrday   and      slatxd   that   as   bx  was  going  shooting  and   bad  no  ammunition,   bx   would   lilv'x   to   b-orrow  somx  of  our   typx   for  shot.   Bxforx  wx   could   pi-xvxnt   il hx   had graS^xd  all  thx lxttxrs out of  thx most  important  box and disappxarxd.  "Our      readers can      hxip  in   rxfxn-  ishing     our     stock     'if all tho.sx who  w.vrx     shot by     Sam will savx  th>  chargx .   whxn it is pickxd out      of  thxm and rxturn it to us."  I MORE     TAME  FISH  ( Thc article on "Taming Fish,'" in  our issue for September 30th elicits  an account from a correspondent, A  Aland M Crawford, in Winnipeg, of  ilu* 1 rained codfish that are to ire  found at ' The- Fish Ponds'' in Port  Wigionshir.:,. Scotland.. She  writes:  "It so hanper.s that one of the ci'ilTs  ha.-:  the appearance  of an ancient tower   without     a roof,   open  to  the s'cy.  and   I should   judge   about   forty   feet-  from  the top      lo a circular   basin inside*.      Mound  this basin turns a ledge  that allow     tide is-traversable to a  hole in the     seaward sielc.     At high  lido the Atlantic  comes in and practi  call}-'   "cleans  eiut" the  tower,   receding by  the     hole and leaving any fish  caught  i"  the basin.   The basin     itself is    therefore     always filled with  salt     water, and    as yet no one has  been  able to get  to thc depth  of that  basin,   as   no line  has   been-found long  enough    t���������     find  the bottom  .   It is  known .is "Th     Devil's Hole," jfby tke  fisshcrfoik.    but by     the polite as the  Fish  Pond.      Now  it occurred  to the  icr-dK of  that  time   l-hat  an easy  way  of always     having fresh fish would be  to  make the. outlet such  that thc larger fish  could  not'go out on   thc ebb  it   worked     wen.   hut  the sport was  tame,  for fish appeared to treat their  captors as    friends coming  to  release  llu-i'i. and so for at least two generations  the sport     of tgming these captive fish has gone on-.     I rcrnomtier ns  a small child being taken to see them'  end  they would come in turn and eat  bread  out of my hand.  ,    "At  my l.-ist visit I  found they had  jluiilf      a small   cottage-   for   a keeper  j whose sole duty it was  to attend  to  ; th*. so fish,   show  visitors   .around  and j  incidentally  collect  such  fees  as wcre  name  given  for the uiaintainance and  preservation of the ancient place  ^ovc-rnment to hicak up the illicit  traffic in liquor between the vessels  of the whaling fieet' and Alaskan natives. Thc officers of the cutter also  looked info the alleged tradrrrg in  girl ��������� slaves, and found conditions of  shocking immorality cxtenclrng along  the entire northern' coast of Alaska,  'lhe trial of Capt. Newth is expect  eel to develop such facts as twill lead  to t'he prosecution ' of masters of  many other  whalers.  Two     cases of cruelty to animals  were discovered  on Sunday by  A. J.  Dallain,   president  of the  S-F.C.A..  and Dr.  llamileon.    In the one caso  a horse had  apparently  been  turned  out in.the woods to  die., dtn  the oth-^  er instance a cow  bad had a .potato  hook driven into its back>  The  cow  dashed  away,  and  according  to   the  information  which ��������� Mr. ��������� Dallain     recti, cd,   it  reqiuired considerable, force  to remove the prongs froni the flesh.  The wounds  were examined by two  S.P.C.A.   officers.���������'Colonist.  THIRTEEN-YEAR-OLD   GIRL-.  GETS   SEVEN   YEARS.  Toronto, Nov. 7.���������Thirteen-year.old  Josie Carr, who, several months ago  murdered a baby to get a baby carriage, , was today sentenced by Judge  MacMahon to seven years in Kingston penitentiary. The judge had  consulted with Mr. Kelso, the Ontario government's superintendent of  neglected children,, and Parole Officer  Archibald.  -Be told me that he only kept-the  cod-fish and returned ab others to the  sea, as he found the cod were the  easiest to tame, and, besides, ' his  rarruiy of fish fought when less nofoie  fish were allowed to remain. The  fisn    knew      him both   by  sight   and  voice, and he had names for each one,  and had taught the older ones to  come  when  called, get up on  the dry  ledge,   and   allow visitors   to  feed and  ouch  them. The oldest     fish,  by  John, was     ^uite     blind,   yet  when called would come instantly to  him.���������-Colonist. , :       i_J *sexs  ���������^1lLHJ-5!I!  HER!  ss_j^?aaiJ!L._-^siJiJirJ!*j*irj  THE DAILY LEDGER  Published   every day except Sunday.  BY   THE   DAILY   LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  ���������       i in-I  '     SUBSCRIPTION PRICE   ,  10  cents   a  month",    $5  per  year   io  -   advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  TUESDAY,  NOV.. 7 1905  THE   WAY IN WHICH  Blouses  W ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  'BE  A  MIXER"   SAYS  PROFESSOR.  havesoid   indicate  to us that the styles  and  prices are right.  Still we're going to make  -^      our Blouse Department more interesting  S| by offering  Two (2) dozen Ladies' Stripe and Ceylon ,  Flannel Blouse*  irr  Fawn,  Pink,  and Green,    rcceiy    made and     have new Leg o'  Mutton  Sleeve,   regular   $1.50 b2.*s������l-s-    Special,  Each $i.oo  De a "good fellow" Learn , to. "mix'  Acquire  the .social graces.  Do     not  overlook thc      pleasant  things       of  ���������'  life,   which  mean  fortune and  happi.  ness.   And   do rrot  make  books  your  only  friends,   for  they  are small com  fort out in the hard, cold world.  - ^ This advice was given to  University  iif Chicago students as the formula   for success  by  Prof.   Frank       J.  Miller,   thu Midway   dean   of  aifilia-  t orrs, ������.ys  the Chicago Recorel-IIor-  alei.   The recent  utterances of John  I)   Rockefeller,      who  has expressed  liiniseli  a-S' opposed   to   being  a "good  fellow,"  were completely  ignored  by  tbe  professor.   Ills  address  was entitled, '-Some Students   Musts."  "It is not     good for man to      be  alone," said Professor Miller. '''There  101 c  cultivate  the social   graces..   By  tins     I do,not mean going to balls  seven times a week, tr oven six. Dances  aie all right,   but there are other      places  than  ballrooms  to  learn  ' the social Jes.    Learn to gain ac  cess to .ye        -How men.   It is worth  a fortune      j   a good ,'mixer.'        It,  means a liie full  oi happiness.     The  leally successful man gets around am  ong  mar  and does  not   hold  himself  apart."  Five (")') dozen Ladies' extra  Quality Black Mercerized Sateen Blouses, henislitched, tucked back' and front, just as good as  any  $1.50  Mouse  we've  offered      Special offering,  Each $.00  A  WEST AFRICAN CITY.  Monrovia was named  after thc celebrated president of the United States,   Muuroe,   Vvho   is responsible     for  that doctrine which inhibits any European nation from further conquests  in  the new   world.    The., capital       of  Liberia      is divided  into  two parts,  the  low  and shoreward   sections   being  given   over to large  settlements  of Kru boys and indigenous negroes,  'while thc upper part of the town is  composed       of   broad      grass-grown,  streets      and substantial,   well-built  comely looking houses, churches,   olfi-  ccs  and  public buildings.  This smart appearance of the houses   is in  somewhat   striking  contrast  to   the neglected   condition   of       the  roads,    -'ihese have never been made  and are simply  the unlevelcd rock of  more or less flat surface.   Conscii|rient  ly  at the  present time they are absolutely mrsuited-to .any vehicle,  although   I have  seen   an   enterprising  Liberf-an negotiate them with a bicycle. They  are generally  covered with  a v cry      short,  close  tuft; orthickly  growing plant,  which  is kept'in condition     of turf by  the constant nib-  bling of the pretty  little  cattle that  fi cement the streets   of Monrovia.   A  less  agreeable'.feature  are  the pigs,  which exist  in .great numbers       and  perform'the office of'Scavengers���������Sir  Ifarry  Johnson.  Tho E\prc*-s has uisl banded us the daintiest lot of ITemstiN  died Embroidered L.iwn Turn-over   Collars       Tbey   wcre   bought  sieciai   for     Vims Trade,  but'we've opened l.nem- un.     *'���������*��������� n^ie  now. a be mly at  Eachi5c.  Chiidr.-is'     White Fur Sels- five (.ili'errnl   kinds���������only   three  of  each���������Collar and Muff.     Wish we had a dozen of .each because  thin'il   he     g-r,c before*     mo.it  people Know  we have  them.      A ���������  nice   si'1 at  Each $1.00  |5 SHOE DEPARTMENT'S   Ladie^ Fine  Dongola   one,   two  and three straps, suitable for evening wear.   This is one  of our best  3J values. Per pair, $1.50  35 Ladies' Romeo House Slippers,  55 new stock, wool lined, fur top, ex-  2g tra line quality, per pair,  BAR SOPtffcli-JO WIVH **������S.  WINKS, MQUqRS. CIG4RS  Esquimalt  & Nanaimo Railway  ���������*���������+��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������������������������� .  Time Table No. 57,  Beet accomodation in town.   Splendid bunting and fiahinz ������������ ^r '^  A. J. McMURTRlE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  PORTLKND  JOHN GOGO.PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked  The New Western Hotel  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board.  Our Bar is newly lUtedup' and well supplied and is m charge ol  JOS. PELLIQRINELLi  EFFECTIVE SATURDAY, OUT. 21st, 1905.  Trains leave Ladysmith for Victoria and all  intermediate stations    at  ������._��������� a-u. daily,   a������������ at 4.00 p.m. on  Wednesdays,     Saturdays   and   Sundays.      ~ '���������  Trains leave Ladysmith for "Wellington and all intermediate stations  at  11.57  a.iu. daily,  a������d at  0.00 p.m.  on Weelr^ days,  Saturdays     and  Suauiavs. '   EXCURSION TICKETS ON SALE TO AND -FROitf ALL STATIONS  good for goiag .journey Saturdays ,a���������ei Sundays, rcturn.tig not later than  tke fo!l������wi������t Moaaay. ���������   ���������     ___________  ���������;���������Steamer Joan   Sails from Ladysmith for .Vancouver' every Saturday at COO a.m. and  returning sails frw_ Vamcouver    for  Ladysmith, at 2.30 p.m.   -  II Govt. Street,  Victoria B.C.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist. -Freight &. Pass. Agt  This Hotel has   been completely   Board and lodging $1.00 per day.  renovated.  HOTEL  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Bar Supplied with the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-  Liquors and Cigars.  Ladysmith B.C.  TX.  RESTAURANT  Cor. 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Meals 35c. and Upward  000  DON'T FORGST OUR BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES  D, Spencer,  Nanaimo, Limited!  Solid leather  !) in.  Miner.';'  or   Prospectors'  Hoots;  made with outside, counters  waterproof      chrome   grain  leg, hest :   veal kip, V vamp  and full     bellows tongue t0  the     top; a  broad toe last  with double     sole and  slip,  KlorrdiKc* eyelets unci     hooks.  Practically      indestructible.  For sale by an  dealers.  MANUFACTURED BY  LTD  1  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  ���������SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal  lands  may  he  purchased at $10 per acre for soft,'coal   arid  520,for   anthracite.   Not  more  than  i'2.0 acres can be acquired by one in-  lividual or. company.   Royalty at the  rate-.-of ten cents per  ton of  2,000  pounds    shall     he collected  on  the  ���������jross- output.  Quartz���������A free miner's certificate is  granted upon payment in advance of  S7.50 per annum for an individual,  aid from $50 to $100 per annum-for  .1 company, according to capital.       *-  A     free miner,  having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500  x   1,500   feet.    The Tec   for  recording, a claim is  $5.00  At least $100 must he expended on  the claim each year or paid   to tbe  mining recorder in lieu thereof. V.'hen  $500 has  been expended   or  paid, the  locator  may,   upon having  a survey  made, and upon complying with other requirements,  purchase the land at  $1 an acre. v  The patent provides for the payment of a royalty of 2| per cent on  the sales.  PLACER mining clain-i generally  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5, renewable yeaiTy.  . A free miner may obtain two leases  to  dredge  for  gold  of  five miles  each for a term of twenty years, renewable at the descretion of 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 teased. Royalty at the rate  of 2i per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy  of the Minister of the Inferior.  THe CITY MRRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  >s������, Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  Best accommodation for transient  md permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  d-te. Rates $1.00 a day and t*p-  w vrels.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  _������laiad������ ���������-: ������������������: :-: >-: Ladyanalth  THE JONES HOTEL  One Dollar "Per Day..  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  ii  J!  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Pvates $1.25 aud$1.50���������  Free bus to all steamboat landing! and  railway depots.   Electric care every.fivi  minuteB to all parts of .the city.   Bai  and tabhOinexcelled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST., VANCOUVER B, 0..  Under New Management  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnell & Woobank  Proprietors.  Modem and     Strictly First Class.  Commercial Mens'  headquarters.  Fire Proof    Buildiag.  -:o>  R.P.RITHET,,  & Co., Ltd  v     Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :���������::-: ������������������-..���������::���������B.C.  HOTEL Lit  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Qranville and Hastings  streets- Telephone,  1���������4.  I     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     j  WM. MUNSIE, President J. W.   COBURN, Man.   Director  Telephone_46.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDIOK    AND   LADY SMITH���������Shingles  a  Specialty.  ���������Mann facto rers     of���������  Rough and 17.- *ssed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mo Jdings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln  Dried  Flooring     and  Finishing    Luikr   la    Stock.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  I  I-  I  3  i    I CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  General Manager.  W. J. WATSON.  Smelter Manager.  J  Read Down Kead Up  9.55 B m. Lv. Femie Arr. 9.11 p.m.  lo.'fza. 111. Ar. Kike Arr. 8.10 p, m,  12.30 p. m. Arr. Rexford Arr 6.25 p.m  7. 45 p. ui. Arr. SPOKANE Arr 9.30 a.m.  7.30 a. in, Arr. E������erett Arr. 9.21 p.m.  9.00 a. in. Arr. Seattle Arr. 8.00 p.m.  3.45 p.m. Arr. VANCOUVER ly. 400 pm  2.45 p.m. Arr. St. Paul I.v. 5.00 p. iu  ONE NIGHT  T������   Seattle and Vancouver  TWO   NIGHTS  To    Winnipeg and St. Paui  Close Connections  For    Chicago. Toronto. ,  Montreal and  All Points East & West  Acetylene0 Lighted     Cars,  Family Tourist Sleepers,  Palace Sleeping Cars  Dining   ' Cars (Meals a  la  Carte).   '  Library Observation      Cars  Through     tickets and hag-  gaga checks to an points.  Steamship Tickets  For tickets, maps, berths  reservations   .and complete  information   .can on or address, '- ,  JAS. SLOAN,  Agt. G.NR  FERNIE.  B.  C.  TICKET   OFFICE  -o���������  Cor.  Government  Victoria, B. C-  and   Yaies  St3.,  }  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  5  J  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.  Dining Car  service Unsurpassed.  Steamship tickets on sale to and  from ail European points. Cabin accommodation  reserved  hy  wire.  CHRISTMAS   RATES  ���������EFFE.  NOW    IN  ���������CI  HENRYS NURSfRIES  NEW CROP���������  Borne G^own to  Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     and FLOWER  SEEDS.  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.      ���������    _____  For Spring plaiting.    Eastern  prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster Road,  Vancouver.  PAINTING,        PAPEk-iANGlNO  ETC.  Work done properly .and at .rlghi  prices. Shop and resideace in real  of Ladysmith Hotel.  J. E. SMITH, Prop,  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 ������r individually.  MISS  BERTRAM,  Ladysmith. B   li.  G  c^WONEY TALKS-  AsS LOUD  TO  US  AS   ANYONE.  IF YOU ARE PAYING CASH FOR YOUR   MEAT   YOHR  ������������LLARS  W  ILL   GO   FURTHER   IF  YOU   BUY   FROM US   ISisr Dash Prices Cannot Be Beaten-   PAN NELL &    PLASKETT  Ladysmith  O. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  ^        W* B.   C  If you like   A .smooth,  easy  shave,  an even,  well-finished     beard trim, a good  bath, er a stylish Hair-cut.  Y������u will go te  LADYSMITH SHAVING  For furthar particulars call 01  write the .ilfice. . Pborre Main 156.  A.  D.  CarH.0*. E.  E.   Blackwood  A.G.P.A.. N.P., General Agent  Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.C  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read   via  the  The  only   line now  making    UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  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,  F. W. PARKER  General   .-.gent,  1W 2nd Ave., Seattle.  HIGH STREET.  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE,  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLTi  BAKED AN������ FRESH,  Confectionary ef all kinds.  Orders take* for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  . Dea ers in ....  Pianos and  HARTLEY    GISBORNE  Member  Can.   Society  of   Civil  Engineers  Member Institution of Electrical Engineers,, England  Member  Internatioi.al   Electrical  Congress   at St. Louis, 1904  ���������Electrical Engineer���������  .P.O. BOX 807. ,       '        -        'I'ADYSMrk, B, 0,  -:o.-  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  Nome b*   ^Tnioa I,a1������������r   Employed  H J. BOOTH, Prop  Organs ..  Ladysn ith, B.C  Dr. Dier can he fouHd  ;;t any time  at his office on High street. His dental work is guarantee'] lo 'be first-  class and rates reasona'.'lo st>  HILBERT DAILV LEDGER  *9eamm  HHfH  MK-a  .**unm������fr������m,*mimgmitm  em  *JHr**}t9*l' ��������� ���������!������������������������!��������� ��������� ���������!��������� ��������� ���������!��������� ��������� ^H*4^^^���������:^^^������^������������������^^^'H������-H^���������^���������������^^-'  Union  Brewing  NANAIMOI-B-.C."  |} flanufscturers of the  Co  t  T  LIFE IN  GREENLAND.  In |Britfsh Columbia  f������ager  Beer  ������_n.! Porter-Guaranteed  Brewed  from the   Best Canadian Malt Run   Hops  i - -  l**b**ir**l*^l***i**^**i**Z**l*^  i  4  ._���������������������.  MM  Too  riniiJh cannol   he sand  cf   our  [ARPET DEPARTMENT  k patterns arc prettier  than   ever,   the     ejiiaiilics      higher/   more  jiUful     harmony or coloring.' Everything Ihat cair aelel to artistic  iaiancc and yet-combine- su perl)  wearing     tiuaiitics,  is the'story  I'iLhis Department.  *    fOR TliiS week  i\  Si arc iiial'Ji.ii; a special showino   of '     '  BRUSSELS     CARPETS  1-25  In crimsons, '_rcens, fawns, and bine  colorings Floral and oriraflaijfcsigns  -Samples Submitted-  $125,  tlie Wiiyn ol' tlie Fe<>i>Ic, Tlieir _'Iean������  vrca  and  Tlieir  Food. '  Greenln nd's west coast is considered '  to have the grandest scenery  of any  I  coast in the voriel by Roger Pollock, |i  who writes of a journey thither as foi-  j  lows:  "The sunny  arctic  day,   which  lasts   for  months;   a  sky   all   flaminy  {���������.lory, the fretted  spires  of the  Alps  flanked' with   stupendous   clifff.   apd  based ou the restful levels of thc sea,  cities of crowded bergs, compound of  dazzling light and radiant color���������such  Fvenery as that blots out one's fjrmer  memories.   Our first port of calPwas  Jakobshifvri, iat   the   head   of    Disco  strait,,biggest of the northern villages,  a' metropolis of nine white people and  4(10 native's.    Be������siele a  pocket harbor,  perched on round she>uktei*s of the naked granite, are the buildings, all tarred  black, of the Royal  Trade company.  For a background to the dismal scene  rise higher rocks, littereel with garbage  and turf huts, lire homes of the natives.    At heart the place is gay. for  our sailors wont ashore every night tc  dance   with   the   I-'skimo   girls,   while  the oilreers of ship ariel colony swapped  dinner parties,  breakfasts  and  luncheons all through a nine days' festival.  "Men and women alike." the writer  continues,  "wore;  linguists, well   mul,  accomplished,   ir   little  too  polite;   for  comfort, living a  metropolitan life on  one, batch of letters a year in an arctic  ,  outpost.   Expecting the pathos of banishment, I found the gayety of perfect  content.    The Danes of nil the settlements' were alike In social charm, gentle and polished���������arrant gossips, too���������  and the ineloor life had little to remind  one of  the outdoor wilderness.    The  Innult servant maids wore the furry  breeches, boots to the hip and curious  topknot of their national dress.    On_  had to fall promiscuously in love with  all of them.  "Even the Danish men wore native  dress,' but there.was one important distinction���������they washed. The food, apart  from Danish groceries, was seal meat,  fish, reindeer, venison, shellfish, ptarmigan, sea birds and their eggs,,which,  as served in Greenland, are always  orono-jneed in flavor."  RUSSIA'S DOORS CLOSKD  TO  GRAND  DUKE  CYRIL  Berlin,      Nov. .*>  .���������The romance of  the handsome Grand Duke  Cyril and  the  divorced Grand   Duchess  of Hesse  is the iallc of the courts of' Germany.  There was never such devotion, infatuation, or     whatever you like to call  jt.     The day aitcr     the marriage at  Munich by an     orthodox  priest,  who  for three months has been instructing  the Grand/   Duchess in   thc orthodox  j faith     which she had     soie.rn.y crn-  (braced m the hope of conciliating the  ' Oar,   lire     happy co\rpie traveled  to  ;Beriin and     thence to Eyeltkuhnen, a  ���������' Russian frontirr station.     Cyril weal  J on 1o St  Petersburg to throw himself  'at the* feetx.f thei Cznrina and implore,  her  ffiruiveness, intending to summon  the Grand Duchess to follow    ������������������.���������>., for,  he expected     a grand scene of reconciliation  jqc-������3_&s.  v   VICTORIA, B.C ���������  ers' Drilling Machines,  f\o order and Repaired at short    notice.   Drill Sharpened  by  ���������������  t\gives satisfaction.  Picks handled and repaired.  |hipsrr_ithing    in   al1      its   Branhe s  ���������    Horses hoe rs and Genera! Blacksmiths.  A Great Cantalever Hrldire.  A. cantalever bridge under construction across the St.' Lawrence at Quebec will contain a longer span than any  bridge yet*erected.    The   bridge consists of two approach spans of 210 feet  each, two shore arms, each 500 feet in  length, and a great central span 1,800  feet in length.   The.total length of the  bridge Is 4.220 feet, and although in extreme dimension's it does not compare  with the Firth of Forth bridge, which  is about one mile in, total  length,  it  has the distinction of having the longest span In the world by ninety feet,  the two cantalcvers of thc Forth bridge  being each 1,710-feet in length.    The  total width of the, floor is 80 feet, and  provision is made for a double track  railway, two roadways for vehicles and  two sidewalks.   In a cantalever ,of this  magnitude the individual members are  necessarily   of   huge   proportions, -the  main', posts, for instance, being 325 feet  In length and each weighing 750 tons..  WJiDMlROYITCH.  fftOM 4.4 mum* ������T _������ AtOJUOT  The    Grand     Duchess  waited three  ays in'the company  of a single, maid  When   rt was st,;ii   p.kk  elaik.       she  was  at  the station anxiously  awaiting the arrival of the north express.  Cyni jumped fiom the tiain   while  it  was still  in motion, clasped his  wife  ur Ins sinus, and both burst into tears  Fellow-passengeis,  attracted  by   tins  extraordinary heartifrol-.oji demonstration,  gathered round,  but Cyril hurried the Grand Duchess into ins sa-  icou  carnage.   They    continued   their  journey  to Paris,  whence  they went  to the Ri\ *era.  The same morning his deprivation  of his titles, rank, honors and position in the navy was published, but  the intercession of Count Witte and  Admiral Biriled induced the Czar to  withdraw the revocation of the; title,  but lus exile  remains operative.  Grand ,Duke   Vladimir  is   a broken  man.  because  of this unfortunate marriage his  imfiuonce    at  court is   destroyed   by .the utter  failure   of     1ns  utmost 'evertion.s ter secure: even an audience for  his fuVonte .son     As  already reported,  he- has re-signed as military  commander  of  St.   Pctcrsburer,  the real reason  being his anger atlns  son's      treatment. And  the other  Oram! Dukes are in a mooj to follow  his example.    Cyril has an income   of  $150,000    a year,      while  thc   Grand  Duchess has $25,000, so they need not  starve*.  IT PAYS TO BUY  at  Weinrobes  GIVEN AWAY FREE  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.  1  It will give you a chance to get     Christmas gifts for your  friends without paying a  c ent for them.  Our prices are the lowest     and  you     Can get 10 percent,  back for every  dollar's worth of goods  puichased in our store.  THE  LOSS  .OF  SIGHT,  DROVE  IIIM  TO   SJUICIDIS  New     York,  Nov. (j.���������Wm.  Walsh,  who suddenly became,blind,  ran     to  the  Hudson  river  and drowned   himself  lexlay.    Walsh  was  an  Englishman who had  spent several   months  in    America,  living in the cheapest  New York hotels   in    order  to  save  money     tor     treatment of his eyes.  When his body  was  taken from     the  river a few minutes aftei he had run  madly   down   a pier  and  jumped   in.  ... . ,    , - his  pockets   were   fo Uriel   te>   bo filled  at the wretched railway nm at Eydt-with   tr__iisos   on c_0  t_oublcs.       A  kuhnerr, in a state of     frenzied impa-  physician   who  exarnlined him  saiel he  lieircc.     On the third day she received   was blinded  by cataracts.  word  that  Cyril had found  all  doors  ���������>   . of the   Czar's     palace barred against     Subscribers   who   do not  receive thc  'him and the Czarina had relumed an Ledger  regularly   will  confer   a favor  .absolute refusal to his written appc.-.'  on the publishers if they will drop a  I 'or an     aud.encc:    Ms father.  Or. . ' pos(/.card     to     that effect,  or leave  Duke \ ladiimr, had also repulsed him, Wol._ at the office.   Every effort'   is  ami 'inaiiy, Cyril, was ordered-to leave  n.ade  to have  papers  delivered  reou-  Russia within twelve hours (and await larly,   but  it 5s  not always possible.  further intimation of the Czar's pleas \\ we are not notified that a paper is  uie in  the Oflicial  Gazette. not regularly  delivered wc have     no  The  Grand  Duchess thereupon      re- way of knowing  this  and correcting  turned to Berlin next morning at 5 30 the mistake.  NCOUVER  SILVERWARE  CREAM PITCHERS  SUGAR BOWLS  BUTTER PLATES & KNIVES  CAKE PLATES  FRUIT DISHES  CRYSTAL AND SILVER  BREAKFAST' CRUET  FANCY  DECORATED CHINA  BREAKFAST  CRUET  DESSERT FORKS  DESSERT KNIVES '  JEWELRY  GENTLE.MANS'  WATCH GOLD  FILLED & SOLID SILVER  i  MENS'  GOLD PLATED  CHAINS  LADIES' SOLID GOLD RINGS  MENS' SOLID GOLD RINGS  LADIES'   GOLD  BRACELETS.  LADIES'S   BROOCHES  fs  B������ $. Weinrobe,  HIGH STREET,  LADYSMITH, B.  C  R. LAWSON  Her Street   -    -   - Ladysmith, B C  (f+-f+��������� +������������������ 4 -M* 4 4 4- 4 ��������������������������� 4 4- 449 494- ���������+��������� 4 ������������������ H*ft*H*ttt++ ������������������ t* *  \L\ DVSMITH TRANSFER CO.    x  '- '< The'Life Line In Europe.  Of European nations the Norwegian  and Swedish .are the longest liveel and  the Spaniards the shortest. According  ��������� to a foreign statistical return recently  Issued, tbe average duration of life is  as follows: Sweden and Norway, 50  years; England, 45 years 3 months;  Belgium, 44 years 11 months; Switzerland, 44 years 4 months; France, 43  years G months; Austria, 39 years 8  months; Prussia and Italy, 39 years,*  Bavaria, 36 years; Spain, 32 years 4  Its  AND  Great   Resources  JNOS,  I.  ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD . FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A   ND  SAFELY.   *- '  Leave orders at   the  i  si  4  WIL LI A MS AN -  Al \ 5 I - T  [hies in the rear of the Lad ysmith hotel.  \ Abbots   ford.  .1  i  )  ' n.-M-4-M*4<>"f��������� ������������������+���������-���������>���������-������������������ 4������M ^4~4~4*4~44*9-4*99999 4-4-f 4-f-f 4 4*  >^*-*C*C*-*������.*-**������*-*^^^  |. LIVERY, BOARDING AND  j        SALES STABLES  { EXPRESS WORK   A  SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  (ONE 66  ������  *  *  LADYSMITH I  *  Express Work  | LIGHT TEAMING  a Wood and Bark for Sale  i -.���������.���������':  |ES FOR HIRE  :���������:  :���������:  See J.  KEMP, or leave orders vith  LAIR&  ADAM  AVENUE  'PHONE 2-4.  > , ���������: r  W.  SILER.  JiKAJ- LXPEESS AND  f   DELIVJSEY      -  RK PROMPTLY  DO���������*���������'������;.  [t> orders at the Abhotsford.  I' ���������  R.B. Diet  Surgeon Dentist  :k guaranteed, and at reasqn-  i able rates.  St. Ladysmith  PEN AT ALL HOURS.  M. R   SIMPSON  Solicitor, Ete.  Money  to    Loan  t Avenue -      LADYSM -1  LADYSMITH' AKRIE     NO. 686, F.  O. E.     :-:        :-:        :-:.       :-J'  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. Worthy  President B. Forciramer; Worthy  Secretary, C H.  Rummings.  THE LIFE OF THE SUN  The prodigality wilh which the snn  dispenses  heat     and  thc possibilities  which      arise    from   tins   prodigality  have  found   the subject or an address  delivered in    London by the great as-'  troiiomcr,  Sir Robert Ball, the other  night.  He could not escape from the operation or the simple rule, he said,  (hat as it gave out heat thc sun's body must get smaller. What Hie sun  would become in the future he could  not. say, but if one could goto the  sun with a measure he would Unci it  hiiel shrunl.cn sixteen inches in 21  hours.  Ten million, years ago thc sua was  nearly a million times as large as at  at present, and (he simple principle  that a red hot poker is a trifle larger  than wlierr col.I must asio apply to the  SUM.      " J  'I lie most important ejucstiern re-  gar-ding tin* sun. he* saal, is the manner in which the heat is kept up.  Supposing every particle of coal were  taken irom thc earth and poured into  the suir, how long would it keep that  orb going. It is a scientific truth,  the lecturer dec-Jared,. that thc. entire  coal supply of the world could not  ccive the sun's heat for more than  ten thousanlh part of a single'moment of time. This prodiguiity of  heat -cannot bo kept up |iy combustion  there must be some*- tremendous force  of energy.,- That is, however,- an ielo-.ii  which is assuming a clearer and more  definite shape, which gives proof how  the the sun's heat is kept.up-  The sun, it was said, by the mere  fact of attraction of its particles,  gives us as much heat as could be got  from burning 8,000 globes or cotii-  When this calculation is worked out,  and it. is remembered that it is not  only to the earth that the sun gives  heat, it shows that tlie sun might be  kept going for 24,000.000 years.  A suggestion was made that thc  execution of. the sun's energy has been  duo to radium. If radium was in the  Sim, as it was in thc bulkor the earth  then, instead of aipaltry 2*1,000,000  years sallowed the earth it would be  1.000,000,000 years. =  No part ol British Columbia today offers so many advantagss to the  investor as does VANCOUVER ISLAND.  Its vast and varied natural wealth has never been as yet thoroughly  appreciated by reason of the fact that it has nev������  been promicntly laid  before the public.  COAL GOLD  TIMBER SILVER  FISH IRON  GAME COPPER  Kind  of  ^ Job  Printing  Done, Promptly and  WELL  At  BOOTS & SHOES  AT RIGHT PRICES  I  Repairing,and M akingto  Order a Specialty  ���������a���������  THOflAS   MCE WAIN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  NOTICE.  From this date the undersigned  will not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on a  written oracr signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V. I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18 th, 1905.  NOTICE.  . Notice is hereby given that the undersigned wifl apply at the next regular sitting of the Licensing Be*.r_  for the transfer of tlie retail liquor  license held by him for tho Portland  Hotel, located on lot 5, block 2, 1st  Avenue,  City of Ladysmith,  U Jota  G'ogo. ANGELO   TATB.  Russell   Simpson,   Solicitor fer applicant.  Ladysmith,  B.   C,  October 4,   180������.  Its Vast Agricultural Resources  Its  land,  when properly cleared,    will grow almost any  product of the  soil  known   to  man,  WHEAT  OATS  VEGETABLES  OF  RYE ALL   KINDS  A  WONDERFUL SOTL  FOR SM ALL      FRUITS  AND  APPLES.  PRUNES  PEARS  BERRIES.  LEDGER  Office  Thc Canadian Pacific Company will adopt a literal land policy, and  tlit 1,500,000 acics controlled by them will be disposed of on reason-  trie terms to actual settlers  Government lair els can be secured  and     money can be made hy  those  who etesire  a new home in  a country   possessing the  BE5T CLIMATE  |Colds|  I  I  s  1st   Avenue  It sfaoBld be ken* ia m__d that  every cold weakens the lunga, lowers the vitality and prepares the  system for fie more serious diseases, aaaong which are th* two  greatest dastroyers of human fife,  pneumonia and oonatunptio���������,-  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  ha* woo its great popularity by its  prompt enres of thi* most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves Che lungs and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent cures. It counteracta  any tendency toward pneumonia.  - "Price 25c, Larfe Size 50c    a  \  In the World  THE DAILY LEDGER, Ladysmith, will   supply  any   information   obtainable   to those who  contemplate   a visit with  a view  of  investment  if  conditions are found as advised.  Is the centre of the great coal mining  district;  a beautiful Harbor,  where hundreds of great colliers come in   each  year.  LADYSMITH  IT IS  THE  JUNCTION  OF  THE      LINE     FROM    VICTORIA   TO  VANCOUVER, and will continue to  grow in  "mportance as the Island is  developed.  Subscribe for and read THE DAILY LEDGER, LADYSMITH, B. C  t  Public  Notice  Attention is called to the   fact that the  Ogilvie   Flour Hills Co,   Limited  makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FL@UR,     have for some time  past been producing flour in a   vastly  improved  and purified  form  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control of    all. the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising  the public  that any  unauthorized users of tbe electrical   flour purifying processes  will be prosecuted.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company limited  are the    only    millers in Canada whose     Flortr  is purified by the . electric process  , i  - \ 'j-/*.,'. .--'.-wt-.';'.j.',.l  THE   DAILY    LEDGER  ��������� *  :fi  Is  I  T  '���������i  .;  =-S  -SE  LES  ES  T* ~������ -*  loch iihb  PAINTING   AND  MPERHANGING  wM���������Bm  TO LET���������Furnished Rooms, wit_ or  without board. Corner 3rd Aveaue  and Iliprh Street.  Mr.  anel Mrs. McTntosh went up to  Nanaimo  at noon.  Rev. 11.  .1.     Bowen went  Victoria th;s morning.  down to  Neatly and Artistically Done  Orders Promptly  Executed  S. ROEDDING  -  -   LADYSMITH  Wi Gi & Ri  Shirts ard Collars  __aW_s_s33������K==-  The Excelsior Dancing Club meets  this evening at Gould's hall.  Rev. Silva White, of Nanaimo passed through to the capital on the  morning train.  Mr. John Thomas was a passenger  to Nanaimo at noon today.  Any name or monogram engraved  All kinds of Jewelry novelties on  sale at Jcssop's Drug Store.  There was no     meeting of thc City  Council last     overling,  several of the*  members     hems   oul of town.   There  was no important business to       be  11 aiisaclorl.  The Cherry Riiband, S R- Crocl-ofs  latf&t book, and The Passing of the  Race, hyl) \V. lligguis, at Knight's  Hook Stoic.  Thc cnlcrlaiiimcenl last night at  the Opera House, while no dramatic  stars arose before tiie audience, vas  wen received, and the company %v.i.l  undoubtedly have good houses eluring  their  stay   here.  Tomorrow evening the District Deputy /Worshipful Master of the Masonic fraternity is expected in Ladysmith and the brethren are making  arrangements to entertain Ik: distinguished visitor. -  Opera House Tonight  IHE EGYPTIAN CONCERT AND REMEDY COMPANY  =First Part-  OPENING  CHORUS  ... What the  I'-r.ss Band  Played      by Company.  SONG   Alexander   ���������'���������������������������-      Miss Ril'a  DUET   Sweet Adeline   .' ���������'...  Uellc and Sid B. Towkeb-ury  PARODY    with  Banjo   '���������   Tr.   Alvino  BASS  SOLO    Asleep in the Deep       F.      Curtis     Bishop  GRAND   FINALE  A  Big Mistake:  OVERTL'Ki: ; . i  -Olio-  We can  satisfy  any  Man's  Shirt  Wants  LONG OR  SHORT  BOSOM.  FULL  DRESS  SHIRTS  The Union Evangelistic meetings  are being cont'nued through this week  each c\ening ui tbe Methodist church  Prayer meeting at 7 00, song ser>icc  at 7.15 and thc regular meeting at  7.30.   An an* cordially invited.  Our photograph studio will only jjc  open a few clays more. Photographs  from $2.50 per dozen up. Come in  today.    Fricke & Schenck. '  ....Hawkshaw, .lrj Dete'cti\c  COMEDY   SKETCH  BANJO   SOLO      BASS   SOLO    Armourer's   Song,  MAGIC,   BV  MISS   RITA,   tho youngest  OVERTURE  Belle & S id Tcwksbmy      Dr.   Alvino  Robin Hood   F. -Curtis, Bishop  Magician  before  the  public.  /  Fsice Comedy  BY THE ENTIlsE  COMPANY  -FUN IN A   LUNATIC   ASYLUM   GOOD     NIGHT.  __  When   the  road  question' is   finally ing  the past     season  and who were  settled it might be well for  the city looked    upon      as   likely members  of  to take up the q'uestiou of   securing next year's     team have already left  the ownership of thc Dominion wharf the city  or intend -to  leave soon for  it  i.s  generally   understood  that     ii the  various   mining  towns oi  the irr-  The*e  Shirts are  made    t o  Fit and fit  to  Wear  they come  in n c a I  figures and  stripes   also     thc  fashiona -  bJ.e darlc  grounel  Cuff     attached  op  detached  $50���������Per acre for 5-acre blocks 1  fiem City.  .He  $375���������Cash secures a i-e ieslde*c������ in  the choicest part 0f tke city. ������_ly  $244 more to pay at the rate el  $12 per Uionth. Owner Was invost-  e. ever $CGf ia iaiprov<tf_eats.  Water laid o_.  Fiae garde-.  $280-Cash aid  buys twe lots  few yards frai  iavestoieat.  $4M  oa mortgage  eack 6txl2������ aaly a  a  p*sti-������_-oe.     Fiae  $500���������Cash and kalaa������2 an tiaaa buys  twa first-class     stores in busiaess  portion of city.  For Rent���������A irice'st������r������ oa First Aveaue.  For Rent���������A nice, two-racmed store  For     Rent���������Nice  near station. '  two-roamed cabin  Deeds,  Wills,    Mortgages,  Contracts  and  Agreements  Drawn.  J. STEWART  Conveyancing     9      Notary Public  Phone, 3. '  P. O. BOX 268  Many friends and  relatives  of    the  late Mrs. Wall are in Nanaimo toda\  ai lending      the  funeral.    Mrs.   Wm.  Beverielge,   a ���������daughlcT   of  the   deceased,* is-ill,   and  was'unable  to  leave  her house  today.  Direct From  France;���������Tooth, shaving,  hair   and  clothes   brushes.A splendid  assortment at  lhe Ladysmith'Pharmacy.  The Excelsior Dancing Club meets  in Gould's ball. They have regularly organized and will .arrange for- a  weekly meeting of the club and. its  guests. This* arrangement, will help  to pass the long winter evendngs  away..  II,   is now  stated   thai the seat  of  .John  Houston in Nelson will be declared  \acanfc, and anew election ordered.    This  is lhe leport   going   the  rounds.   Jt can hardly be correct, for  if    John   Houston   should   drop   into  Victoria about the time the session  and      find  another   man   in  his  seat  there would   be trouble.  gone at in the right way, this could  be brought about. A f2c of 2v> cents  per ton would, it is said, .pay lhe  expense of keeping it up, anel it  would ' he a gooel thing for the city  to own.  tcvior. These  W.  Turnbiill and  include W.  J.  Bryson-  Deb-cclc  SOME QUEER "DOWRIES"  One of the    most curious marriage  CONTRIBUTED. ��������� ,x ,  Thc Checker and Chess rooms w.11 P-H-ons ever given was that, of a  ,e open from now on elurm������ tie win- |Kuoit������rat������ merchant. The weight of  ter months at then old stand .11 the his daughter in silver was the prom  Opera House ��������� A match will be isc>d  plajcd  on   No\c*miUer  251b  by  Walters &  Akenhead  Mr.      and  Mrs.   A.   J.   McMurtric  airel   Mr.   \V.   Bcverielgc   went   up   to  Nanaimo on the noon train to      attend   the   funeral  of  Mrs.   llosaiinah  Wall,   which  took place at  the neighboring city  this afternoon.  Appointments may be mads at any  time for dental work at Dr. Dier'a  orr High street st  (HAY, GRAIN and  FARM PRODUCE  ,    OLD COUNT  Boots &  1  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  We carry a Large and Varied  Assortment of OLD COUNTRY  BOOTS and SHOES and we can  fit for SI-.E, QUALIY and PRICE  OLD COiM ffli)15 <tl $4.00  IM PITT BOOTS al $3.25  [IyOCAV MANUFCTURE]  try a pair ee*������e.e  ���������  SIMON LEISER SCO Ltd.  GATACRE ST  H_-_HMBa--4H__H  IADY.  ���������-MITH  Ur by two local teams chosen-hy thc prcsident/ iinnl  \icc-prrsidcnt, who will also act as  captains oi their respccli\c teams,  wliicri will no doubt cause quite an  interest irr checker circles.     There is  portion, and on her wedding  morning, before going tocburch, sho  scaled in the drawing room before  the astonished guests. The scales  registered 61 kilograms���������a weight  winch brought the lucks bridegroom  a sack of 13,500 siher coins,  In    I'eru'   a brides     dowry is her  also talk  of a chess  tournament   by  , .  local ..layers      An    interested m the weight  ���������"*     in sold or silver but .n  eames of     intellectual  supremacy are suRaI-'  to attend  the E1 sh  tradesman,   who  admired,    big  men,  informed his daughter her dow  A Mr. liatt, a prosperous En-  \er\   cur.ii any invited  rooms at any time .  Yc.ste.rday  was thc day  for holding  tbe  court  of revision  for  the  South  Nan .lino Electoral District.'..I.   Stew  art,  elepuly .registrar, held cojurt, 'but  (here   were no complainants.  ��������� ti   , Now \thut Ladysmith people will  saw Nanaimo lumber for thorn and  make them ' their shingles, they  should brace up anel get ������at their  fall improvements, put new hinges  on their gates, wlr.itcw.ash " their! fences, etc. like a well-behaved country  Ullage.  Orders will be delivered anywhere  in thc city promptly and at the low  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, oa t*������  EspUnadi.  James Warriock  I   have Just leceived a good assortment, of comic, burnt-leather anel  pic-  tori-il     post cards K'light's Book  Slore.      Call  in ?nd  see them.  ���������,������:���������  A young Finlaneler had his leg  broken in tiie mine yesterday after-'  noon.  NOTICE.  NO'I  ICI*  , n-is'r .;  rc-!_ I \r  Hoard  transfer  held   by  tel,  located  Enoch   -.luge  is heic'-v  'ar:!. will  sittnur  given that I. the  BDply al the next  of    the Licensing  trs of tire citv  FMMOl'S TEAM OF  lflOO  New   Westminster,  Nov.  7.���������Every  single player who  was a member  of  the  famous  lacrosse twelve of   this  city which journeyed  acioss  the continent      in  the summer of   lOi'O and  ] laved all   thc great  teams 'of     the  .East,   nol   losing  a single   rna-tch, has  iiclirrd,  and nothing  but- young-blood  will l.e seen on the  New Wcstminstcr  line'iip.nexl year.  j    Tlie mcmticrs of the   team   of 15100  ,vho played  during the   past summer  were Wells  Gray,   W.   S.   GaLbr.uth,  Thomas    Oifiorel,   C.   D- Peelc,   -lex.  Turnhull, W,m.  Gilford,   Harry   Latham,   Fred   Lynch   and   George  Odeh",  1-ut,  strange as      it may  seem,  ihe  assert 101'   has  been  made  that every  one of  l hem.  including even   old man  A lev,   will never play  on  the senior  li: cup again.  This is the greatest change thai  Iras taken place .pi thc New Wesltnin  ster team in one year in the history  of the club, but the officers have every confidence thai a twelve will be  got together from the younger play-  thai will be well able  'ry .-.mild  be graduated  by the     ex- f  j cess 10f her  husband's   bodily  weight- |  1 o\cr her  own���������the excess to beciil-  lo the wedding- thc couple were weigh .  ed, and the Jyisband���������a man after his j  father-in-law's  own heart���������weighed so j  much   more  than  his   bride thai   he  'received   with  her  ������800.  I    A11, old   Lancashire  farmer   agreed  (0  gi,vc Ins daughter  for a marriage  port-ion  as many   guineas     as       she  could walk miles  in a day. . The feat  'came off in the neighborhood of Manchester,  and the   sturdy lass   tramped  over siiveivly   miles.    When,  however the   time for settlement arrived,  jit, was      discovered   that her   father  'was nol worth as many shillings   as  he should have paid in'guineas, where  j upon  a subscription   was  opened     by  'the neighboring gentry,  who ad mi reel  the girl's pluck,  and  an amount was  ',collected  for her   which amply   com-  'pe_nsalod lier for  her exertions.  James  Orr,   well   known   in   Caii-  boo,      which 'district he once repre-  senkel  in  the  Legislature   way  back  in  ihe early days,  died yesterday at  Victoria, where he has lived for some,  j ears.    Mr.   On- was one of the owners   of tbe Tin'er   mine  on   Williams  Cree'-. in 18*110, and secretary of    .the  company.    I-le was  one of  the   best  1 nown old Cariboo men and was pop-  id.\r   with     all erf the  i>copl2       who  knew   him  well.   Mr.  Orr  made     his  tens   of thousands  monthly  for  more  than  one season and he bandied  millions  every year during the exciting  days  of Williams Creek. He was honest   and faithful.    A few   years   since  he was given a position in the government     ���������buildngs  irr   Victoria,  but  was  pensioned off and relieved  a collide of years ago.   Mrs.  D.  fl.     Marshall  and Mrs. D.  (I. Me:Gillvray ���������   of  Vancouver      arc  his   only   surviving-  children.  L'cdar  on      Dee-!ml:e*r  1 ."ith  for   .hoof   the  retail   liquor   license  me   for.-the.  Wheat-sheaf  horn- Cedar  District,       to  of  Nanaimo.  JAMES  YATES.  Ilis-tricl,  .Nov.   7th,   1005.  to hold its own with   the other teams  e:f  the-province.  However,   there will  not  be     any  surplus of strong players in  the city  by    'the  time     thc .season  cpens.  as  several    stronsr      intermediates   who  have  played  in  senior  company  e'lar-  Notice  A. MO WE, of CHEMAINUS, has opened the MEAT-  MARKET lately    run  by W. Ward, on Roberts street  FULL LINE OF FIRST CLASS Ml US  Pork and Sausage a Specially  A TRIAL SOLICITED  A. HOWE  ft ere    Lately     Occupied  by   John  Thompson,   complete with  counter  find fixtures.  Rent.$15 per month, Apply to  RUSSELL SIMPSON  SPECIAL FOR  THIS WEEK  ONLY  Worcesfershire  2 8QITLES FOB  ���������250.  A FINE LOT OF  ~���������~���������~-������������������ , j  Dining Room Tables, /  Dining; Room Chairs,  Kitchen Tables, & Chairs,  Armchairs, I ockingchairs  Prices to Suit Purchaser  C PETERSON'S Store  Cor. 5th. and Roberts St  i      W.G. Fraser  - ��������� Merchant Tailor,  T;.-        ](ist< Avenue) 1  t  Fall Stock   on   hand. Ca!I early and  get your choice  ���������amamLutmamiaiM>iiK������!fVtt^  te*~MM������MMMMM*i  IMMWMM  Chamberlain's  Cougti Remedy  The Children's Favorite  ���������CURES���������  Cough3, Colds, Croup and  Whooping Cough.  This remedy Is fomoui Ior its cureiorer  a Ituwo ,!:*.rt o f tho civilizud world. It can  nlvays bo defended upon. It eontnina no  oiiiurn or otlirr liurmrul drug una may oe  givua iib confidently lo a baby r.a to an adult  Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 ct������.  ^CMMMlWimMIMMi)  Heating Stoves  ���������Our Stock is Now Complete in  |-������'5.irt_.-* ^itw-sr*-* ��������� *+ *. \  IrSS-." .������������������ATr?tA%.������M&  I  *-.i.  ��������� ���������-(/,������  HEATING STOVES  A Large Variety to Choose From  PRICES   RIGHT  =S3=  The Ladysmith Hardware Co., Ltd  ���������jrres^^-stmaAtiagMsmikHav-  <*=*������!  _&%y  ACT  COAL MINES  REGULATION  Notice of  Examination. '  ,  Nofcicg is lu'ieby jrjvcn that exam inall;);ns will Jjc-'jliclel for 1st, 2nd and  Sri class cevUlie-aU's e>[ competency unelec tlie provisions of the "Ceal  Miners, Ke_tiIalion Act," on the Mth, 15th tanel lCtlr cluys of November,'  1965,   csmineiicitig  at   Uie' hour     of   9..'10  o'clock  in  the  forenoon.  The ������x-ainiiiatie>ju-   will he hclel at Fernie,     Nanaimo anel Cumberla-td.  Tke subjekrls will  be as follows: 1 j  1st Class Candidates  2rrel class candidates  3rd class  caudrdatts  Mining act arrd  Special  Rules  Mine Gases  Ventilation '  O-eneral- Work  Mining Machinery  Surveying.  Mining act and  cial  Rules  Mine Gases  Ventilation  General Work  Spc-  Minirrg act  and  Special   Rules  Mine Gases a_el  General Work  JU^TAR-UVED   ���������'������������������;������������������'���������'* ���������a large Shipment of the very latest  Styles In LADIES' aod GENTS' CHAINS, LGCKETS, RINGS,  Ete.-Ete.  wkll  AND  SEE  THEM  Till PRICES ARE MODERATE for the BEST QUALITY ������ ^  B.FORC!MriER  a  WATCHMAKER,  JEWELER,  OPTiCIAIN  First Avenue,   XXX     Ladysmith, iB.  mmsmsxmszmiEa,  Stoves  We are^making them oi th_ Newest  Styles.  S  Pattern and Lates* i  SEE  WE ��������������� ALL KINIS OF FOUNDRY WORK  ���������ur- Prices at* Reasons,   bU  ���������UR    NEW ST*VMB'IN 1JLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  ���������V^|,ir!/-f   ' 4*p"d]at LadysmilKHardware1- Company  LADYSrilTH   IRON & STOVE W0RK5 CO,, LTD.  Applications must be made to the undersigned  statutory fee, as follows:  By an  applican't for tfirst and Seeeruul  Class Examirr-atioH  $ll.(Jl  By  an  applicant  for  Third  Class   Examination.       5.������)el  The applications must be accompanied by testimonials < r certifr-l  eopies thereof, (a) If acandi..Hle for Eirst Class, 1hat he is a'PnVrsh  subject and has bad'at least five years/experience iu or about the practical  vorki-g     0/ a coal mine,  anel  is ;*t   least  25   years  of  age.  (b.) If a candidal* for '.'icn.id Class, that he has had at '.east. r\e  vears'  experience in or about ts'e practical  working  of a coal   urim.  (c) If a candidate for Third'Class, that Ire has had at least ������������������.������������  /ears'  experience  in   or  about   the practical  working of a ce>al   tnini:.  By order of the B*arel,  FRANCIS   H.   SHBPHEJll  iSeeretarj.  Nanaimo, B. C, September 30th,    l9bij.  TO POULTRY FAR]  accompanied    by    Uo   tOOACRE FARM NEAR IvADYSMlTHl  Fiv������ acres cleared and cultivated, four room .1 house]  Five Poultry Houses, 5oo Laying Hens, one Plough,!  Clover Cutter, Axes, Hammers, Sswsand To: 3 of ev-f  er description, two Spray Pumps, ^20 ���������,v.v-tho,'  Blasting-Powder, Wire Netting six feet high covering]  3 i'i acres. _t i-2 Tons Hay, $20 worth New Lath*  Rifle, Shot dun and two good Sail Boats  $450 Cash and $750 on riortgage  J. STEWART,  P. O. Box 268. Ladysmith Phone 3I

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