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 I  Q^dysmith Daily Ledger-^  ;^  *������*'  V#L.2,  THURSDAY,  NOV.   1G,   1905  /  PRICE FIVE   CENTS  PLEADED GUILTY TO  ! I VAGRANCY CHARGE  Court Imposes Fine on   Women  Arrested in Raid  on China-  town House Yesterday  "*   Chinamen Dismissed-Court Says  They are Really Guilty of Enticing Women to Chinatown  f  k  COMMITTEE MUST SI-  LECT ANOTHER SITE  For a   Public   Recreation  Ground, as the La d  Near the Jail  May be Required by   the  Company for Another  Purpose ,  PBEPARlflG rFOR  ftfC  1MB IN MONTREAL  Conservatives and Liberals  Nominate Candidates to  Fill Vacant Seats  John Olliver, M. ?., Gives  Evidence Before Fisheries Committee  !��������� P. S. C. L ELECTED GROWTH OF FRATER  NAL ORDER EAGLES  \  Tin. IX o women and Iliice Cinnamon j.riislcl by Constables C'assitly  and Ca'iendar when lliey raided/a  suspected^ immoral bouse in China-  town ye-stfcrdkiy afternoon were,In ought before Justices of the Peace fete-  wait and Matheson in the Provincial  Court House last evening, i bo hearing, took place  behind closed doors.  The women, Katie Wilson and Lou  Jackson, were charged with \agranvy  and pleaded guilty and were lined $<20  and costs, in default two months  with hard labor.  Mr. Russell Simpson appeared on  behalf,of the Chinamen, Tom, Snig  |[j i and'Gun,, who vcie charged ,yy the  li .' constables Avith frau,uenling a dis-j-r  i)\   '���������>   rterh  9  i  A J deny house. A pica of,not gmity was  \ entered and it was decided to hear  |'\ I the charge .against one of the men  'first. Tom was the individual selected.  Mr. Cassidy put Constable Caiieri-  v, - dar into the box who gave evidence  V; that ��������� he had found the three China!  [1 - men with the two women ^ When the  1' Constables had entered the building  the Chjnamen had tried to leape the  house by. the back, way but the "Witness had prevented  their doing so  The secretary of the Sports Grounds'. Montreal  Committee received  land agent of the E. & X. Railway  Company*.   Mr. Solly,    who     wrote  on  behalf of C. P.   K.  Land Commissioner Dennis,  in  reference  to the re-  _,      , , ,        , -    i <|\iest of the     committee or the dona-  1o   Ins     house to nst.     He behaved  <.���������    ,     .,  tion ,by the company of a site for the  .smith  Sports  Grounds.     At the  lie never  said I    ��������������������������� .    _ ..     ,,  . iiequest of the Commissioner the com-  ���������] nii'ttec     had marked t-lio site selected I  This     dosed the     evidence and the' ��������� the     com (,   or   n.o   Provincial   Parliament  counsel for     .defence askod Wr ^mis;,'forwaI,,C(l t " ������������lta,   was  one ol the  several  &ai. arguing  that the prosecution had  -- -    > ������   l0 "'"���������   unf������tUl  .ailed to" prove that 'lorn  was a Ire-' "atojr t,J,'s s,lc  llle fompa.uydo not  quenter of      the house <���������  in Question." scc. their way clear to donate  to the  'lhe  witnesses   brought'by   the prose-_I-.atIysmit.Ii  public.      In  his      letter,  Mr. Solley remarks thai at some future time it might be necessary to  extend the townsite, a,nd should that  he done     it would of course be taken  y\v.     Simpson:     'lie asked-us if we  were tired and if we would like to go'  I  '^.IIOII.  himself properly while with us and as J ������'    -  a gciiticman .   shoaid.  anything improper.''  upon  Nov.   IC    ���������(Special)���������  a letter from the! N������minaUo������s opened today for the  filling of the seats vacant in the  I Dominion house of Commons. There  are lour seats to be filled, arid- a,  Conservative and a Li lie nil haV-������ bpen  nominated in each constituency. Pol  Jing will take place ! on November  22nd.  New Westminster, Nov. !���������.���������(Special)���������-'i he Fisheries Commission closed  yesterday.    John Ollive'r,  mcinher  A Well Attended Meeting  Held in the Presbyterian Church  The Work is to be Carried  On in  Three  Departments  I of   Mie   Provincial  irns  on.  gave evidence.  for  who  cutioi- had not seen Tom in tine place  more than once, and consequently  they had failed to prove that he i'rc-  itjuented it. The. e\idence showed that  Tom had been seen in the place only  once, and    on that     occasion he had over *J>e land selected by the com.mi.t-  conducted himself with  propriety,   as j tee  for   the Sports  grounds    On  this  the     evidence of     Miss ,  Wilson had  shown.    To     frequent a place meant.,'   ,,  in  ,_.     , ,,.          ...  t          ,                 4         ���������       -,.      .j.    .     ecl  l0 S'vo this  particular  piece of  to make a practice .of visiting it;  to '  'land   to the city  but Mr.  Scney in  mm news  F  ST  I account  the company are not dispos-  sidcr  go there repeatedly. ' '  .  Mi. Cassidy contended :that the, men'"is iel'tcr  being found in a house , which had  been proved to be .one,-of in repute  and in the company of confessed immoral women they were guilty of the  charge-  ' After  a few     minutes consultation-  ���������   says, Mr. Dennis wm con-  request tor     any other site  St. Petersburg, Nov. Hi.���������The outr  looJc is not as threatening today and  it 'is the general belief that the strike  will eoJlapse in a few days. sThe ap-  Jle advised     the    committee to lookjl-eal  of  the strikers to  the country  In answer to  Mr.  Simi������on the wit- .with his .colleague on the, benclv  Mr.  '' '    ness said Tern was m the samehouse, -Matheson     announced that  the?court  as the women, not in the same room.  He hail never seen Tom in the house  St    befoie. '  !,.; . ^Mr. .Cassidy put Kate Vv'iisoh in the  box and she said she and~lief~compan  ion were walking along the track  when they were overtaken by Tom,  who took     them.'to the    house.     To  over other ground in the vicinity in  the company of Mr. J. Bland, superintendent of the water works, who  knows what land is already set aside  for any other purpose, and if they  can find  a site that  would  be suita-  wouid dismiss the information as they.  had no .��������� alternative for the men had'i  not been proved  guilty of, frequenting ble' and  ll ls "o1' already marked by  the house,     but at   the ��������� ' same time Jthe' company, to      make application  for help is  without  response, and dis  sensions in     the workmens'  council  are   increasing. <-   o  The     young people of the Presbyterian    .church    met  last uighf, and  completed   the organisation   of  a society of Y.P.C.rc.   The  work  of  tin-  Society will  be carried  on  in    three  'departments-,   devotional,   missionary  and   social.      TOach   department,  will  l,c  under  Wie superinteiKlancc  of    a  vice-president, and     the members of  the society will he assipjiui work under     one or  other of these departments. The following are the offirers:  Honorary  President,  Rev.  R. Boyle  President,  A.  Dunce:  vice-presidents,  Miss   Coburn,   Mr.' J.   Gilchrist,   .and  A.      McGregor;    secretary,  Miss IT.  Fisher;  treasurer,  W.  Ross; organist,  Miss  V. Morrison.  The executive    committee consists  of the president and  vice-presidents,  and the_ following:   Miss M. Ramsay,  J\li's Miihgan,     Miss I.  Micliie,    Mr  Blcakiey,  and  Mr.  Whiskers.  The society will meet each Wednesday evening at 7.30 in the church. A  programme of subjects' to the end of  the year has been made out, the sub-  ject for next meeting being "Disci-  pleship."  ��������� ^o .  .MA11INK.  President Forcimmer Made Some  Interesting Remarks at At  Home Last Evening  Splendid  the  Local Aerie   Provided  i  Entertainment   in  Lodge Rooms  The fir.it     of a series of At Homes  an oidcr should in six years increase  which the     1-Jagie.s intend "givin������- dur-'fl0m S1X to 20t),00u ho considered phe  iiiS  the winter months,   took place in  *"*������**.     In looking around the room  ,, ,        . I he noticed a     number oi young  men  Hall last evening, a.   , .       ,    .   ,      ,,,,  ,   ������     i who weie not initiated.     There were  I he  friends   bein������  Uddieiiow's     ..������.,. ..u>.. u.w.i.Li, j..   , ,   4.  ,  ,  ., .   ������     i who weie not initiated,  assembly  of Eagles  and their .,    , 1 ,   ,    ,.  ,..._ ',       ...    .       ..   I many     good-iookmg.    [buzzards in the  ,   room whom.  - he thought would be a,  evening a  program  was gone through        ,.4    4.        , ���������       ~.     ...     ��������� ���������.  , .....       , 1 credit to the order, and while he wish  and was one 01 the best heard in La-     ,    , , ,     4     ,  ..   4    . J        ' eti   it   to be clearly understood that  tlysimth     at anv     entertainment for',,     , ..   ��������� ' .       ..  the   ,At Home       was not gotten up  ior a canvas, he'would like to remark  that if     any     buzzard present-would  THE WILL  CASE '  IS GOING  AHEAD.  he "considered it a.great pity "that  men, whom he had no doubt were enticing^ women to the house for immor.  al  purposes, should go ,scott .free.  ;.  HERRING HAVE  ARRIVED INNANAIVO  This     morning's  Nanaimo  Herald  says:    The patience  of  the  local fish-  B. G.  SALMON  IN ENGLAND  for "it  to the land commissioner.  It is, of course, very .disappoint--  ing to .the pablic not being able to  get the* site in question for recreation grounds, as iji every way it  would be most suitable >for the purpose, but it will be readily seen that  the refusal of the company to 'donate this particular plot is reasonable, for should, at any future time,  it be necessary to extend the town-  site,   it   would,   of course,   have to be  II.     E. .Levy, of Victoria, writing  from London,  where he has been vis-  ermen was amply rewarded Jast, night  it'ihg for  some  months,  forwards the  ���������when    about      ten  o'clock  the  first'   following.newspaper clipping:  ��������� shoal'of'-herring ��������� came  rushing  into       The .disappearance.,of  the  salmon-  the harbor in a perfect tempest     of  jidae salmon,      trout,   and  sea-trout  fright,, seeking  shelter, from  a "school   from     the  list  of  fishes in  season.,'  :to  the'.���������people  any'.other   site in the  of  whalesi  that  were  following them, ' says the Country   Gentleman,  makes  vWni{ir. tliat-wpuJ.rt be  suitable for a  .   -.. . ������������������,,_ .-,'���������.���������'     f c   ���������':,������������������������������������������������������    ..i    . ���������'.  i recreation-ground,  and  it  is to  spouting and blowing hk.e porpoises.    gap m the bill    of tare poss'ihle for  , 1lanpfl-,,,,,(,%.,,���������  ���������:im,nv;,,,,  Big Bill Robinson and his  men were'dining in' the winter.    Epicures  right     on the spot, with their nets    range for supplies of char from   the:the  ciLy      y^^  ,      . 4. 1  n,.^    Swiss.     lakes,   which are  forwarded ���������> th,  when the herring  swept  around Pro-, ���������    -.    . . "������i������  to        ���������' (packed in ice, and are cooked in wa-  tetition Point,   as  they had  been on (^, ^ wMt<j viuegal.   11 sccms       a  The following from  the  San    'lan   |  Cisco Exam,iner of leeenl  date refers  to, *i well, known Victoria-! ,   ���������.\tj.JD:  Mr Rogers,    K.C.,  a London  lawyer  as distinguished as Sir  Charles  Tup-  per,   :h now associatc-d   with the latter in  looking after  the  interests of  Mrs.   John  Olive  Dunsmuir.    Tie1 ar  rived  from England yesterday and is  at Lhn St.  Francis.   1-lc will work in.  as-sociation     with Campbell, Me-tson  & Campbell, attorneys for Edna Wallace Hopper, and with T  E. K. C0r-  mac and .lohn M.  Burnett,  who also  are  011   the  legal  staff of  the  plain-  j tills,   Mr.   Rogers  last  night-declined  to     talk about   the  cmsc.    Attorney  taken over, the land  in  question.  Be- 1 Chas. ��������� S.  Wheeler has. been attorney.  ing  unable to grant the. site,  the C. j  P.R.  has kindly  promised  to do  the  next best tiling, and   that is to give. j  be  hoped'= that the  committee will      be  ar"   able to  find- a piece of  land close to  that   will  for   James   Dunsmuir,   and   it   is sup-'  posed  that lib will have charge of Hie  answer  the lookout night and day for lihO'' pity .tliat so far no means of get-  past ten days to catch the first run 'ting salmon in a fresh state from  as the fish came in from the deep ' eitlier the' Atlantic or Pacific coasts  water of the Guif. They were quite !of America' is entirely satisfactory in  Idclighted to find their wakefulness j its results, The Canadian fresh sal-  rewarded at last. It was known lmon, (0i' the east coast;) is brought  that they could not lie far away,-and 'nere fl0Z0n or chilled, but does not  in anotlror column of this paper wUl ' mcej, witli. much approval, as the fish  be found a news  story  telling of'how   uas  often   become  somewhat  rancid.  purpose.  FIVE LIVES  LOST IN  N.Y. BLAZE  The     steam  colliers   Wyefieid  and  Siani,, whoch   formerly   ran  between  ' British  Colutnibia     port 'and       San  ��������� Francisco  w'ith  coal,  and   were seized  by Japanese cruisers  when.carrying contraband, /   luv'e l:p:en renamed  ! the  Shimok.ubi Maru  and   Erimo Ma-  Iru.  the approach  of  the herring   was  btv-  ing  watched  for  and  that i t was' al-  most s'tire  they   wouhl  be in   today.  That     story   was   written   at   seven  'against it among  the  rich  o'clock and it was in type- when the  !  news came in   that  the herring'   bad  |(i.ear. jt  would seem  worth while  to '  -arrived and   the  fishermen busy  hauling them in.  The     Pacific salmon we only get iji-^ ECONOMY ON SPACE  the canned form,  and, fo* some rea-  1   mmi  He|H     Wdrd  BeccJier  ^ ^  son  or     other,   there is  a p.rcUKlice '    {f. p tQ     ^^ west imu[y years  brnoLcd j agu   nc wa������.  vis.iLcd at  his  ho.tcl  in a  salmon from Norway  is always very ; lju]e  mini|lg  1own   ,)y   a loCftl  cole.  brity,  a man  noted  as   a hunter and  \nd the great  preacher  was es  pecialiy  cordial   to him.    After    (he  ���������Mr.  very   probable  that  if  CumuLhn sal-���������; Beecher's   travelling companions  took  try  whether smoking the salmon   ol   * sicouti  the  Pacific might, not be made     to  Hy  eleven      o'clock   the  first,  cast  !pay .tWwrcially.       Also, it  seems   ,    Ucj. had one of  had     heen    hauled   in   ami placed   in  jvei-y   prohuble  that  if  Canau,:hn sal-  '  casks,  au<l   it counted   up   to  nearly   'moU sent, here fresh in cold 'chambers j}Vim~"t-io task  sixty casks Of herring,  almost     ten j wore first     of all  Parboiled (partly  WfSE Jf.   TVs  -tons.,     It   is lilaely   that   two   more   |)0iled)  the fat in   the body  would recasts  have  been  taken   during       the   -main ���������firm.      and  undergo no change       n nm, ]lard,    |K.  p()inl(?(1 ollt, says  night,   which   would   foot  up to  a. to-  whi,e in  the refrigeratory.- I Ul(j authm. o[ ,.FiU    Yt,u,s in  K1(,oL  tal of 25 tons. This, it must be re-J Why there shoufd be a prejudice 'street," that to be elected a mem-  memliered, is only a slight corner. of against the Pacific salmon, simply on ber of parliaineIlt docs not necessai-  the immense quantity that came in tllc ground that it is packed in tins,  and at the present time the waters' js, difficult to understand. Wc have  01 the harbor are fairly alive with | been eating sardines for half a ceu-  these fish which will supply plenty of 'tury, -and no one expects to be any  work for as many fishermen as care j ti,e Worse. The. tinned salmon is  to cast their:  nets  for  them.    There   '0ne of the tfiain .dainties of the poor-  1 New Yo.rk, Nov. 10.���������Five persons  were burned to death in a fire which  destroyed an Italian tenement bouse  today. The building was six stories  high and the victims occupied sleeping apartments' on the fifth and sixth  floors."  Three of those killr-'' were kneeling  at their prayers -when the Haines overtook them ami their efforts to escape   proved   fruitless.  ���������The three women and two men  were taken from the stairway '<��������� between the second and third floor's,  where tbey had fallen unconscious,  overcome by the smoke in their attempt,   to  escape.  The  fire  was  of  incendiary origin.  The  loss  is a heavv   one.  is no doubt about it now that herring will be caught, smoked and  marketed hy Saturday, and.many a  home in Nanaimo will enjoy the  toothsome kipper or the more substantial bloater for'/breakfast on  Sunday morning.  The herring,that came in last, night  are said to   be  particularly fat and  oily,  and  will make  the most delicious  kippers   imaginable.  er classes. It has an excellent flavor, and can be "made up" into fish  cakes, patties, potted salmon, and  curries, besides being excellent when  cold, and sthiply turned out of the  tin. for it has been cooked in the  process1 of      canning.    It  is claimed  James Wilson, superintendent of  the C.P.R. Telegraphs, is in town  this afternoon.  that  some  of  the superior  ''brands"  are a real   luxury.    When   it is     remembered  how excellent some of the  modern  cooked   and   tinned  fish  a\rc,  ily imply intellectual superiority.  Shortly after the Burmese war a  young civilian, home on leave, happened   to mention.  Burma.  "Ah,   yes,   Burma,"   said  an  TVI.P.  with   whom" he was sitting  at  table.  "J   had  a nephew   who   was  in   Burma,   only  he used  to  call  it Bermuda."  On another occasion, in the .month  of March, some one said to Mr. Live  sey:  "This is a cruel east   wind."  "Yes,"  was the would-be witty re-  WR-fiSTLlNG���������  "Frank Coleman,  the wrestler,  who  is   now   in      Belliiipiiain,   is   anxious  for a match with Dan jMcLood, whose  challenge  was   recently  published.  Writing in   this connection   to    the.  a/porting   editor  of   U\u  Seattle   Post-  fiifcll.geiicer,     Coleman  says:      I sec  in   Tuesday's   Post-1 ntelligcucer  that  Dan.    Mc-LpihI   answers  my  challenge,  but stipulates   that  there  must,     be  some real    money up on  the match;  that stage      money  doesn't  go.       1  realize and  fully appreciate  the. fact  that McLeod   is  one of the  very best  wrestlers   in   the  United  States,   but  at>     that I am willing  to  make      a  mat-ch  with him  for  real  money,  as  I think   f can give him  an  argument.  r  will  he in Seattle next  Thursday  and  will be pleased  to meet  McLeod  British  ship  Lord Templetbn,       of  Victoria,  B.C.,  Capt.   Sladen,  sailed  lssl      night   for  Sydney,   Australia,  with a full cargo of lumber from   the  Hastings  mills, says the Colonist.  Sladen   shipped...thirteen  men      .from,  H.   E.   Sims'  boarding  house,   which  has  been established   to   replace that  formerly     run by W. Von Rhein, at  Esquimau.    Capt.   Sladen  came   ��������� to  Victoria/for a crew, he said   yesterday, because he would not allow the  shipping muster at  Vancouver to decide  where his crew was  to be shipped.    "Several  men has  been signed  on before Shipping Master McFaddcn  at     Vancouver,-' said  Capt.   Sladen  yesterday,' "   when  I picked  up    two  more and took them to him  to ��������� be  sighed   on. He refused   to  sign     the  men- unless   I shipped   them   through  Barney      Martin,    a .boarding  house  master.   I     refused to ship the men  through      M >:tin    and  got together  some  men 011  my own account,  hut-  as soon as I-got them  they 'were spir-  Ir'ied. ���������   away.   When I refused  to ship...  the men through  Martin  the  shipping  master  at--.Vancouver said   that     he  would sec that'I did not-get a clearance.       1 then  telegraphed  to       the  Ministier of Marine at Ottawa, and ;a  reply came  back  that I could get   a  clearance for  Victoria,   as  revested,  from   the collector or' customs.     '   I  presume  be also  received  a telegram  irom   Ottawa,   for, 1 received   a clearance despite-the shipping master's o'b--  juciions.   When I refused to -ship seamen  through  Barney  Martin  lie telegraphed  to  Ottawa saying-  that,    although .my ship   was  registered       in  Victoria,  she  was  an  American-owned  vessel.   Well,  she is   registered ��������� at  Victoria,  and  it would  be strange  if  1 could riot get a clearance from Vancouver to ship men at her home'port  because   1 refused   to ship   men   from  a sailor's   boarding  house  at   Vancouver. , I had  enough men on ' board for  the      trip,  considering  the  fact  that  the ship  was  towed here."   0   at any entertainment for  many months. Those'who obliged  were an talented singeTS and elocutionists, and it is to be regretted that  wc do. not have a chance of hearing  some of thorn s ng and recite m public more often.    ,  At S.:jO Worthy.President B. Forcimmer opened the program with a  speech, which -was of interest to the  urciiireii and buzzaids alike- Mr.  K01 ciLnmer  ways hav'e the pleasure on these oc  casions of seeing such goodly gatherings as that of the present evening.  ,,,���������,..,   ,, , , , He was sure     that the brethren join-  iheii Older,     and ail wtiuid     thus be'   1 '    4.   1 ���������, t.    ,  ,,,,,,,     , .    ,    M 'ua '   , ed with him in reeling much pleasure  ���������leased  to  hear of the way in  which' \ 4. ,  ., .    , , , ' ���������>    u  WI"    ,at seeing so many present. '  1   had prospered during  the last  year,     TlM5SC remark,s Concmded, the musi.  A year ago    he report, of the Growl'���������, portlon of the m -~as com._  LoJge showed     tliat  there were  800  m���������IlCed and 00ritl���������ued without a hitch  like to become a rrneraber-of- the-order  he would be heartily welcomed by  those who weie already initiated.  The object of the. evening's afiair  was to give enjoyment to the Eagles  and their mends and it was the intention of     the Aene to give similar  A-t Homes frcquaitiv during the win-  *ftcr  expressing   pleasure L. and nc     h     d ^ he^ould al_  many [.resent, spoke Hir'wivB hj Jfi  1hp  nU,nHlirft m   th^  ^  a few joinutos  of  Uie present healthy  -state of the Order.     1-Je said ail Eagles   were  working for the good     of  new aeries had been founded- and today   untll ncarly midiughti  there being an  Grand  Lodge issued  re-;lnterval ol a   Jcw m,nutes for supper>  port (.1   the  ccntiy. showed an increase ..n, the |num-1 whlCh \vas a     n,ost eiCelleI1(, repast/  ������<fi.cs winch    to those who consisting  of coffee,  sandwiches,  etc.  Every item on the program was,well  ber of  were not' fully aware M the excellence  01  the. order,  was .ittie short, of marvel rotis. ��������� 'Jii ~ one year"-no''less than"350  Aeries had     been founded  there  were  chosen     and     wen     rendered    .   To  Messrs" '"Thorniey "and "Wmston -'-was-.  and today, t]le company indebted for recitations  1150  m  CNisteneeV This hir.  Thorniev gave one very pathet.c-  woi.idc.canr     indicate, he-thought,  .md  ono     seno-comic  piece,  and Mr."  that Eagles were not, so ..b.ac!-. as ihey  W.nston a selection from Julius ������Cae-  wcie sometimes     painted,   for   unless ;sar.     jjr.  the order     was one of extreme excel  lence      it would not grow so  rapidly  as the     report, of the Grand Lodge  showed  plaioly it had    done.     The  speaker- said  Harry Kay san������ one or  two side splitting songs and Messi*.  Jiicobson, J. Moiiinea-ux, A Smith.  Thomas, E. Clarke .and Portray all  sang most entertainingly,  many    of  the order was founded them being called upon two or three  in- Seal tie a little over six years ago  and started -with'.Six or seven members. The Seattle, aerie quickly grew  and soon had a. huge membership. Its  fame spread and other cities in  the United States and in Canada aeries were formed and today there  were no less than 200,000 members  enrolled.    That 'the membership     of '  times The evening was an unqualified success and the kee-i' appreciation  wieatned on the faces of all present  and the continual applause .shi mid lie  sufficient evidence to the Eagles that  similar. .. enterta-infcjxihts dutt/fe f the  winter will be enjoyed thoroughly  hy. all who are lucky enough toi got an.-  invitation  to them.  WILLIAMS & WASKETT NOW  LADYSMITH TRANFER CO  Mr.     A. J-; .Waslv-ett,  of the   well  known firm of Williams &.Waskett  from  their camp a few m.'les out of  town     to the coal mines.   Mr. Was-  has  bought  out  Mr.  W-iU.ams'  inter-[kett has been in charge of the work  i\sl  in  the business and will hereafter   for some time as manager for '   the  conduct the same, under the name of.. Company,   and'will -continue in    the  the Ladysnuth-Transfer Stables. Be- ' same energetic manner  to push the  snips   (he  business  teaming  and contracting  carried  on  in  Ladysmith,  work     in    his line-    A contract for  work given  to this company  is   al-  Mr.  Waskett  will continue  the firm's ' ways   promptly  and  thoroughly  car-  husincss in furnishing mining timber   'ried   out.  FOR FIRE  re  ply.   "1 expect it  will  be Easter  before it is over."  This   was   repeated  by   the  author  of the   book  quoted   to      a respected   |m V0lIr. omcc  ,lt n, p.m   of said dale  such as the herrings-and. tomato now member of parliament,   who observed i1o  sj,r��������� articles for a match    H that  commonly  sold, there is every reason gravely:  "I  fancy  he's  right.   I have   ! date ls.fi convenient' to'him,   I'wiil  to think  that  the  Fraser river sal-   known   it   to last   till  Easter       and      bc there at three p.m   of the  lollow-  mon might be still better. ionger  yet." iatr Monday"  a succESSPur, xotici-:.  The   following   a<lvortiisement  ce.rtly  a|.ipearcd  in a    London . morning paper:  "The person who > stole my umbrella last* Sunday in, St. Paul's church  is personally known, to me, and unless he shall return it, before t|\venty-  four hours he will see his rramv printed in this same paper. Address X.  V.,  Ill High street."  A dozen silk umbrellas  were      received by the .advertiser the  following  day,   each  accompanied  hy  a note   or  apology  for  the  involuntary  mistakfa  made. ���������  PROTECTION  Winnipeg,      Nov.   111.���������It  is   understood that the, Canadian Pacifid'Railway  Company has consented  to pay  over  to  the city  of Winnipeg  $25,0-00  a year in return  for fire, protection af  forded     the large property  interests  of  the  company   in   the  city.    There  has been consideeable friction      between   the  city  and   the company  over this matter, which finally led to a  threat hy  the corporation that      unless  the  Canadian  Pacific decided  to  foot the bill  the  protection of    the  brigade would nc withdrawn and  the  company's   valuable   buildings   allowed to burn in case of fire.  The matter- has been under consideration at the head offices in Montreal    for some  time,  and a deputa-  DIED FROM A-  COOING FIT  Xew Westminster,   Nov.   10.���������Death  by coughing is indeed-an unusual happening, but i���������  was the fate that overtook Mrs.   William Everett,  an aged  resident  of  Abbots-ford yesterday.  Shortly    after breakfast yesterday  morning     Mrs.   Everett   was   seized  with a violent   fit  of coughing,  and it  was soon     seen that she  was      in  great agony.    The other members of  the family      did everything possible  for her, but she expired in a few moments.  It is supposed that the coughing  had caused a severe hemorrhage of  the lungs, and that the internal  bleeding was the direct cause of  death. Dr. Stewart of Mission, coroner for ��������� the district, was,; notified,  but he did not consider an invest  necessary.  Mrs. Everett, although seventy  years  of age, enjoyed  good health up  Among insects  the most  intelligent,   ��������� . -     u    4l     x.  arc     those of    the ant tr'Uie    while i "<1" of t,,e Alliern'en waited on'Vice  U) the tlme of her SU������Men death, and  next     to    them   rank  wasps'    Bees i ]','ps'i,lp,lt  wh-vtc tore for an  answer  her clenusc has .been a shock ..to   her  come   .some war lower down      the ' r'Mlliy-    I)ell,li('c   ,cr������)S  could  not  bo  ,lrimLs-   She leaves a husband and  a  scale.    Beetles  are hopelessly  stupid'   ast'('r<ain,,<1> "l  it is understood that   6rown   UP   soin   and daughter,   all   of  but even  thev are not   as'bad'-is but  ',lu, t"0,nl'an5'  w'n  hand  over $25,000    whom are wel1 ^-own residents     of  terflies and moths.  each  year   which   will  for  the city revenue.  be a big  boost  A'bij'otsiord.  The    interment  took  j place this afternoon to the Ablf>s-������  ford cemetery.  '���������<,  '1.  V v.  1 :\   U _.. DAILY LEDGER  ������  THE DAILY LEDGER  published   every day except Sunday.  BY       THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION ?RICE  DO cents   a  month",    $5  per year   in  advance. ' Advertising rates onjiP-  plication.  ������r Plans Have Succeeded^  Because Whatever We Advertise���������We Have  THURSDAY, NOV.  10.   190-3  To  Waterproof Clotk.  ���������Take of powdered alum and sugar of  !el,d each half an ounce and stu them  Into a gallon of water, *������?***������  mixture is clear pour otf the upper  liould. Immerse the cloth in tins for  twenty-four hours, then 'dram and  p ess it: The cloth will be un.n ured  fa color and texture and will stand a���������y  aluount of rain to which you are like*  to be exposed.   ruirf">" aoi'er*  a small sized rolling pin Is a handy  artidc on which to roll ribbons and  1 thus hem to preserve their freshness.  ' S?������t a'roller rf so-d wood. eareW  sandpaper and then varnish, so so  bring out the grain and color. Odd be  ends and give an extra touch of orim-  mentation by tying bows ol satin no-  bon on the handles.  Cozy  Corner  Lamp.  A brilliant shade tor a cozy corner  lamp is made of light aruber colored  satin, fringed with small' glass beads  in the same shade. The fringe is oeep  and the effect of the light shining  through the yellow beads Is wondertul  ly soft and effective.  Ckeeae tio������flB������.  " s������9ur two cupfuls of hot mil* ovet  two cupfuls of soft breadcrumbs. Add  a cupful of grated cheese and three  beaten eggs. Bate as an omelet (thit  will make two), and when one side i������  done set it in the oven until bro-jm.  A much longer time is required in tho  cooking than for the ordinary omelet.  It should puff to a thickness of at  least two inches and be of a uniform  golden brown.    Woman's Worlc.  To woman it is given to add many  fold to the enjoyment which the vealtu  products of industry are able to secure ' It is the present duty of. the  economist to magnify the office of the  wealth ekpender. There is no economic function higher than that of determining bow wealth shall be used.  More discriminating choice necessi-  ' tares more discriminating production,  o-Exchange.  For the Kltchea.  ' Little fclass medicine cups, with tea-  spoonful, tablespoonful and wineglass-  ful indicated In raised letters, are valuable to have in the kitchen. The usual method of guessing at the right  quantity of salt, flavoring extract or  other cooking material is not to be rec-  crflmended. Teaspoons are not made in  any uniform sine. Medicine glasses aro.  The confidence of the public is growjng greater. The following mercnandise is what makes  it easy_for usjo ^business  Three doxen Ladies'  Sample Umbrellas,     Pearl,  Bone and Woodi  handles���������25 per cent, discount  and over���������they start at   ������������������ Each7sc.|  3  ladies' Pure Silk Taffeta Beits, in     Rlaek,  Brown,     Pale Blue,  White, Navy, and G-reen, a fifty ceia Belt for   ���������  35c'  ^      Hi-st %aHly in Flannelette  Sheets and Blankets in  10x1 sacs-  T53  (irav or White,  special  5*j : 95c.  Ladies'  Separate  Shirts���������in Blue,      Brown,   Black.      Beaver and  Taney effects, -only  12  or the in. and Ihey sold for as high as $11  HO.   Your choice     $4-05 ������fc   ��������� ^%  OUR  SHOWING   OF w'iNTI'JR   MILLINERV      JUST   NOW   IS*j_  AT ITS I5KST. ,   ,Mr. C. Sl'ENC'UK  IS      CAST AND HE IS FORWARDING   US  THE LATEST AND MOST  EXCLUSIVE NOVEL-'  TIES   IN  JIEADWEAR. '  BAR SUl'PWKD WITH BKS*  WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  .    l - i������������������^s.i hnntincand fishini: in near vioinity.  Best accomodation in town,   splendid hunting LADYSMITH, B. t  A. J. McMURTRlE, Proprietor  Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������  Time Table No. 57,  Newly fitted up and  Furnished,  PORTLRND  JOHN GOGO,PROP  Board at reasonable  Rates  BFFECTIVE SATURDAY, OCT. 21st, 11)05.  Trails leave Ladysmith for Victoria and  all  intermediate stations    at  9.19 a-.M. aaily,  aaa at LOO p.m. on  Wednesdays,     Sat'irdatys   and  Sundays.  Good tables and goodI       Trains  leave Ladysmith for Wellington and all intermediate stations  Rooms |at  u-57 *-m- *aiiTi ���������������* at c-00  P-m-  on V/cdi;* days,  Saturdays     and  Suadays.  EXCURSION TICKETS ON SALE TO AND'FROM ALL STATIONS  good for goiag journey Saturdays and Sundays, returning not later than  the lollewiag Mo������������a.y. i ..   Steamer Joan   Sails frem Ladysmith for Vancouver every Saturday at COO a-nu and  returaiag sails fr*a , Vaacouver     for  Ladysmith at 3.30 p.m.  The bar is extra well  Stocked  The New Western Hotel  Good rooms,    good beds, and good board.  Our Bar is newly fiUcdup and well supplied and is in char -     ������f  JOS. PELLIQRINELLI  If you want moderate priced goods���������you'll     find a big variety.���������  See the new fad Camel Hair Tains,   trimmed  with two Quill  , at,   , $I.O -  This  Hotel has   been completely   Board aad lodging *L0O per day.  renovated.  HOTEL    PRETORIA  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Bar Supplied with the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  86 Govt. Street, Victoria B.C.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist. Freight &. Pass. Agf-  'IJOOTS   AND SHOES   AT  f'.OMMERClAL   STREET  STORE���������  Mens'  Leather Lined Valou r    Calf���������This     Shoe is & high grade]  JShoe and    equal t0 many soul at ?;">     Our special price   $3-75 i  "Queen Quality"  ^^       For Women���������ask ror No. 5-1 i���������it   is  leather lined���������wet proof sole!  ~"      ���������all one price 2llSSSGS  -  -$3.75!  GENTS'   FURNISHING   DHI^RTMENT-  Our  Rons' Two Pie:T.  'vorf  oik Tweed     Suits are staunch  wearers   Sizes 21 to 32, Special Sal e of $-1.30 and $5  Suits for   -------       $3������5o i  _^   100 Pairs Rojs'Tweed Short   Pants,   ail   sizes,   good  value,  at  <i^*,   Gilc. and 75c, Our Price i  J-  RESTAURANT  Cor. 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Mea?s 35c and Upward  -5oc.  A FINE LOT Of  Dining Room Tables,  Dining Room Chairs,  Kitchen Tables. & Chairs,  Armchairs, Rockirigchairs  Prices to Suit Purchaser  C PETERSON'S Store  Cor. 5th. and Roberts St  eocer,  Nanaimo, Limited  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal  lands  may   he purchased at $10 per acre for soft, coal   and  $20  for  anthracite.   Not  more  than  320 acres can he acquired  by one individual 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 i^pon payment in advance of  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annunx 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  $oOO  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:;  The patent provides for the payment of a royalty of 2 J per eent on  the sales...  .-..;.-.:   PLACER mining claims generally  are 10(1 feet square; eatry fee $5, renewable yearly.  A free miner may obtain two leases  to  dredge  for gold  of  five miles  each for a term of twenty years, renewable at the discretion of the Minister of the Interior.  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  or the Minieter of  the Inferior.  is a great Boot for that  "'hanim-scarum" son of  yours*  It is made of all leather and the best of  findings, to si and hard  knocks-  Yet it is a gracefu'  boot. too. as Boy's  Boots go.  Just as well made H  and of as honest-leather as our Mens' Boots.  Tell your shoe dealer that you want "THE  LEOKIE BOOT" and  look for the trademark  on the sole  MANUFACTURED BY  LTD  TH6 CITYMKRKeT  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue  Ladysmith B. C,  WM. MUNSIE, President  J. W.   COBURN, Man.   Director  Telephonic.  The   Ladvsmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   PIDDK K   AND   LADY SMITH���������Shingles a  Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers     of���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of ths Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring     and  Finishing    Lwmkcr  ia    Stock.  Best accommodation for transient  ind permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  a 4y furnished and the bar is up-to-  d-te. Rates $1.00 a day and up-  w \rds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  i>������lan<U .w. :-: :-: >*��������� L*dV������raItk  THEJ0NES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Good Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  "MLEBOKIAH"  Leads Them    All  IN "'QUALITY  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rates $1.25 and$1.50���������  Fice bus to all steamboat landing! and  railway depots.    Electric can every fiyi  minutea to all parts of   the city.   Bai  and table.unexcelled.  F. BAYNE8, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST., VANCOUVER B.C.  ' Under New Managment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B.C.  McKinnell &Woobank  Proprietors,  Modern and     Strictly First Class.  Commercial Mens' headquarters.  Fire Proof    Building.  HOTEL LELANO  -:o:  R. P. RITHETI  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :���������: :���������: *���������: -���������: :-B.C-  (T. J. Wellman, Prop, Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-model led. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Granville and Hastings  streets. Telephone, 1-4.  I  TO FERNIE,    B. C.  Read Down      ' Read Up  9 p.m. I<v. Victoria Arr. 4.00 p. iu.  8.00 p.m. Lv. Seattle Arr. 9.00 a.m.  9.21 p. m, Arr. Everett Arr. 7.30 a.m.  9.30 a. m. Arr. SPOKANE Arr 7.45 P-i������  6.25 p.m AlT-   Rexford   Arr 12.30 p. m.  ������������������"i'6":'p,-m, Ar.    Elke   Arr. 10J42 a. m.  9.00 p.m.   Arr.    Fernie   Ia.9-55 ������t m-  ONE NIGHT  To airKootenay Points  TWO   NIGHTS  To    Winnipeg and St. Paul  Close Connections  For     Chicago,' Toronto.  >   -Montreal and  All Points East & West  .   Acetylene     Lighted     Cars,  Family Tourist Sieepeis,  Palace Sleeping Cars  Dining     Cars (Meals a  la  Carte).  Library Observation^     Cars  Through     tickets and-baggage checks to an points.  Steamship Tickets  For tickets, maps, berths  reservations and complete  information can on or ad- .  dress,  S. Q. Yerkes       E. R. Stephen  A.G.R.A. G.A.G.N. Ry  ��������� Seattle Victoria,  B.C.  TICKET   OFFICE  ���������o���������  Cor.  Government     and   Yates Sto.,  Victoria, B. C-  $  )  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  3  si  I  HENRY'S NURSERIES  NEW CROP-  Home Grown 8l Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     and FLOWER  SEEDS,  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS, ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS. _____  For Spring plaating.    Eastern prices  or less. ,  Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster Road.   Vancouver.  PAINTINQ,        PAPEKHANaiNO  :.'   ETC.".  Work done properly and at tight  prices. Shop and resideace In reai  of Ladysmith Hotel.  J; E. SMITH, Prop  s     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     *  I  fX""  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH, B.C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  i  I CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  I General Manager.  1  .   I  W, J. WATSON, J  Smelter Manager, |  VANCOUVER. B. C.  cJTVlONEY  TALKS,--  AS LOUD TO US AS ANYONE. '  '       <  IF YOU ARE PAYING CASH FOR YOUR MEAT YOUR BtLLARS W  ILL GO FURTHER IF YOU BUY PROM US   Our Oasfo Prices Cannot Be Beaten   GEO. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  ���������5P"        B.  C-  Ladysmith  ^  DAY SCHOOL.  Uaual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in pencil and crayons, paint hg ia oils aad water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes ar individually.  MISS BERTRAM,  Ladvsmith; B   -O.  If you like������������������  A: smooth,  easy shave,  an  oven,  vrell-finished     beard trim, a good  baih, ������r a stylish Hair-cut.  You will g������ te  LADVSMITH SHAVING  PARLORS  HIGH STREET.  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATL1  BAKED AN������ FRESH,  Confectionary ef all kinds.  Ordeni takes for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  PAH SMELL   &    PLASKET7  HARTLEY    GIS3QRNE  Member  Can.   Society  of   Civil  Engineers  Member Institution of Electrical Engineers,;] England  Member  International  Electrical  Congress   at St. Louis, 1904  ���������Electrical Engineer���������  E, O.. BOX 357,  LADYSMFB.H, B. O.  F  -:o.  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  N������������������t b������   ������riiom Lalior   Employed  fl J. BOOTH, Prop  One of which is the famous "North  Coast Limited,"  Tickets on sale to au Eastern   and  Southern points at lowest rates.  Up-to-date     Pullman    and    'Tourist  sleepers      on  ail  trains.   Dining   Cat  service Unsurpassed.  Steamship tickets on sale to and  from au European points. Caiiin accommodation  reserved  by  wire.  CHRISTMAS   RATES   NOW    IN  -EFFECT-      -  For     furthzr    particular's    call  or.  wriie the olfitie.        Phone Main 456.  A. D.  Carlton E.   E.  Blackwood  A.G.P.A..   N.P.,        General Agent  Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.O  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read   Tin  the  The  only  line now  making   UNION  DEPOT   connections at ST. PAUL    (1  and MINNEAPOLIS with the ||  through trains from the Pacific -m  Coast.. 1  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE I  FINEST TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST.  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.       -jjj  BETWEEN ������������������' ;��������� "'.!J  MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, CH* Jl  CAGO, OMAHA, KANSAS CITY, ||  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask youc,  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General  igent,j  7?0 2nd Ave., Seattle.  "Jl  Jl  .. ..Dea ers in  3  Pianos and  S  rgans ..i  Ladysn-iith, B.C  1  Dr.  Dier can be fo'^d at any tinfl!;  \i  at his office on High  street. His derji  tal   work  is  giiarantfod   to  be first  class and rates'rcasoiial.le u{  m  H1LBERT  '���������"������������������~t~~~:z������x-������'i<:'--~-r~ ~'~'"'K<S������&&*:". ���������*-'���������-���������������'<-... Sfi  DAILY LEDGER  Union  Brewing Co-  NANAIMO? ?B.1C.  flanufacturers of the  xteto**^-.-**  In [British Columbia*,  X    Lager* Beer  an J Porter Guaranteed Brewed  \     from the   Best Canadian  Malt Run   Hops  Too much cannot be said of out  5  CARPET DEPARTMENT  The patterns are prettier  than  ever,' the     qualities     higher,    more  beautiful     harmony of coloring.   Everything that can add to artistic '  appearance and y-^t combine superb wearing     qualities, is the story  of this Department. ' ���������     i     i ,     ( : i    j , \\ \ j | rj|f  FOR THIS WEEK  We are rual\ing a special showing of ' ' I    I  (''{("TTII  BRUSSELS CARPETS  $125  YARD-MADE  In crimsons, greens, fawns, and b'������e  coioiings .Floral and oriemjtai "designs   Samples Submitted-   wm  YARD���������MADE  ,OLD  MAN  RAN  BOAT  WITHOUT A LICENSE  Port Townsend. Nov. 15-���������Steamer  Elsie May. usol as a ferry boat across the Columbia river at Yvaiiuia,.  was liaed some time ago on three  different counts aggregating $78').  The department upon an examination!  of. the facts.,, on a petition from the  owner for remission of the fines mitigates them as follows: A f-ne of $500  assessed ror navigating the vessel  without a licensed engineer has been  leduceii to WOO. A fine for 9250ror  navigating without a| ��������� whistle, fog  horn or bell is mitigated to $50. A  fine of $30 for engaging in the coasting trade without a license was. mitigated in tun. '*  Tins was a peculiar case and seems  tc have been one where a man operating a vessel oh the Columbia was  guilty of a serious .violation of the  law, but way not awaie "of the fact  JIo was an old icliow and was makiiig  'money in carrying passengeis ami  ijj | freight acioss the big river at a section of the ���������[���������otinlry where there wa;>  plenty of freight and passengers, but  ithat there was any particular reason  Hi why his vessel should be equipped in  a.tit marmot for the trade in which he  was engaged, never occurred to him  He had bona' sent copies of the law  but had failed to take airy notice af  them, considering thorn useless am!  not applicable to him.  At the time that tlho fine was as-  sessccra -deputy collector of customs  made the trip especially for the purpose of looking into the case with the  above result.  After having the law explained to  him. the old man .assented 'that he had  ueen vioJatihg the law and paid the  fine, asl.'ng a remission which has  been granted m part.  When he paid the fine-he presenter'  a'thousand dollar bill to the. deputy  hut the latter had no'change, aiH  some tan scheming" became necessary  At the suggestion of the ���������officer they  repaired to the postoflico at Wailuia  !5 the only place available to get them  out of their .predicament. The, post-  ffc , master found that after issuing orders for the amount of the fine-he did  not have enough money to uivc in  change, so it became ntccssary to  issue the 'entire thousand donors in  money orders, p'aying- the ofric'-r $7^0  and the owner of.the vessel the balance- , ' i  LIST OF VOTERS FOR  ,THE NEXT CIVIC ELECTION  EAST WARD  NO.      NAME                                       ADDRESS QUALIFICATIONS  1 Axelson,   C  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  2 Auchimole,   Alex  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  3 AllsoPP,   John    Ladysmith   .'..'...    Ratepayer.  4 Alessi,   Batte   ....,..-...���������.  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  5 Andrews,   Mrs.   John  Ladysmith    ,    Ratepayer.  0   Aigner,   Michael     Ladysmith    .,    Ratepayer.  7 Baby,   Bella    Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  8 Blair,   Joseph  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  9 Blair,   Henry ,...,..,..>...  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  9a Bland,   J.   J  Ladysmith    ,    Ratepayer.  10 Barclay,- John     Ladysmith    ,    Ratepayer.  11 lialagno, Mrs.  S.  B  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  12 Bradford,   A ���������.,...,.  Ladysmith    1    Ratepayer.  13 Brown,   John    > ,...,.,  Ladysmith    ,    Ratepayer.  11  Belto,   John     Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  15   Beveridge,   Win _ Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  10  Bates,  H.  L ,  Ladysmith       License   Holder.  17 Cowan, Mrs.   T  Ladysmith  18 Campbell,   Daniel    _... Ladysmith  J9  Callander,   James   ..!..,...,..,  Ladysmith  20 Craig,   Thomas     Kamloops .  21 Curry,   James T i t  Ladysmith  22 Carroll,   Henry     Ladysmith  23 Cornlcy,   E.  D.   ..'.  Ladysmith  21   Charlier,   Louis     Ladysmith  25   Coulter,   Hillis    ' ,  Ladysmith  ��������� Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  IT PAYS TO BUY  at  Weinrobes  ���������mOJ0O33Uor-t-~.  Weinrobe will announce  Tomorrow's issue  in  Ladysmith <    Ratepayer.  Ladvsmith       Ratepayer.  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Hade to order and Repaired at shorn   notice.   Drill Sharpened by  >'  ways gives satisfaction. Picks handled and repaired. ' ~\  Shipsmithing   in   aP     its  Bran ties  Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmiths.  R. LAWSON  Btiller Street   -    -   -     -   Ladysmith, b y  I  LA DVSMITH TRANSFER CO.  s+%.  PIANOS,  ORGANS    ANDHOUSEHOLD     FURNITURF MOVED PROMPTLY A  ND SAFELY.  Stables in the rear of the Lad ysmith hotel.  Abbots  ford.  Leave orders at   the  WILLIAMS Atfa'tfXVVtT  *  ������������������������������������  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS  WORK  A SPECIALTY.  DAVID  * PHONE 66  LADYSMIT HI  ^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������**^*/^,*"'k*^#**^*^**#*#  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  BUGGIES FOR HIRE ���������:-:  :-: See J. KEMP, or leave orders vith  BLAIR &  ADAM  FIRST AVENUE  'PHONE 2-4.  BE  W.  SILER.  GrEHEKAL hXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY DO^  Leave ordera at the Abbotsford.  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  High St. Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS,  M.& SIMPSON  Solicitor, Ete.  Money to   Loan  t Avenue -     LADYSM 1  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO.  686, F.  0. E.     :-:        :-:        :-:        :-]  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President-  B. Forcimmer;     Worthy  Secretary, C-. H. Rummings.  Any  Kind  of  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and |  WELL  20   Davidson,   John,   3rd.   Avenue  ..  27 Davidson,i John, Vaden Powel st.  28 Dixon,   James     Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  2!)   Deeming, /James     Ladysmith   ..: , ". .   Ratepayer.  30 Dunse,   Alex  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  31 Dunse,   Arch , ,  Ladysmith    ,    Ratepayer.  32 Evans,  Odadiah    Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  33.  E.  &  N.   Ry.   Co  Victoria   Ratepayer.  3<l  Fagan,   Matt    r ,..,...._. Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  35 Fletcher, T.  W. ',......, , Ladysmith '    Ratepayer.  36 Fulton,   Hugh   ....  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  37 Gardener, Catherine ������..  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  38 Gisborne,  Hartley   Z,   Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  39 Gourlay,   James       Ladysmith    -...���������..   Ratepayer.  40 Greaves, F. -W-;  Ladysmith   , ���������.  Ratepayer.  41 Gregson,  Robert    Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  ���������12 Glen,  James  -Ladysmith       Ratepayer.[,  43 Galloway,   Thomas  C ,   Ladysmith       Ratepayer.^  44 Gould,   Isaac    ,    Ladysmith    '    Ratepayer.  45 Hunter,   Robert   ...,  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  4G Hunter,  Mrs.  W.   ..-.  Ladysmith       Ratepayer  47   Hughes,   Henry     Ladysmith       Ratepayer  ���������IS  I-higgar.d,   E.   A ,  Ladysmith       Ratepayer  49 Hutchison,   James-     Ladysmith    :    Ratepayer.  50 lluwes,  F.  W  Ladysmith         Ratepayer.  51 Hillirard.   Louise     Ladysmith    Ratepayer  52 Hoy,   Win ,  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  53 IlazenfraU,   A  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  54 Haskans,   A.   1  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  55 Hoggan..  Robt.   S  Ladysmith    ,    Ratepayer.  50  Hibds   Gus , r Ladysmith    .,   Ratepayt!-  57 Hill,   Gus  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  58 Hilbert,  W :  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  59 Ingham,   James    -.   Ladysmith   Householder  00 Jones.  T :  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  01 Jeilries,   J.  Lit-tcU,   Wash       Ratepayer.  62   Jackson,   Win  ..' ,-  Ladysmith -    Ratepayer.  03,   Joseph,  Hannah     Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  04  Jentins,  Thomas   J  Ladysmith-;.::    Ratepayer.  C5  Jones,   D.  L  Ladysmith'    Ratepayer.  00  Johnston, p.   D f  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  07  James,   F. W  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  68  Jollief,   Richtird   '  Ladysmith    .,    Ratepayer.  6!)  James,   Win,  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  70 Johnson,   John    Ladysmith    .Ratepayer.  71 Joseph,   'William     Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  72 Kerr, Thomas    ,  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  73 Kerr,  William    Ladysmith    ,    Ratepayer.  7-1   Kerr,  John     Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  75 Knight,   A.  C J  Ladysmith    v    Ratepayer.  70  Kilpelainen   .���������  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  77. Lauderbach,  S  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  ?8   Lewis,   David    ,':  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  79 Lynn,  Matt  Ladysmith    .':.   Ratepayer.  80 Little,  John   Ladysmith       Ratepayer  Pay Day  Bargains  ������     i   ��������� ���������  Coupons are given for every dollar's  worth you purchase in Wein-  robe's Store.  At  the  LEDGER  Office  .81   Leask,   Louise   82   Louche,   Pete    ,....  S3  Lanquist,   Edward  ...  84   Lehti,   Charles   .......  S;5 Larri-gan, James ...,  SO  Lewis,   John .............  80a   Malm,   John   "87   Matheson,   Murdoch  .  87a Math-leva, Tan      8.8 Manuel,   William     88a  Matis,   John   S9   Muncic,   Thomas   .....  S!>a Matilla,   John     90   Muir,   John   91 Morgan.   Thomas   C.  92 Manson,   Lawrence   .  93 Morgan, Richard ...  94-Miills, W, CI. ..,,..>..,..  95  Moffat,   Andrew     90   Millard,   John     97   Michie,   Henry    ...  98.   Murray,   D.   W.      99 McLean,  W.  F   100  McMillan,   Henry   .....  ���������I.. + -  .. Wellington  ..  Cumberland   .....  ., Ladysmith      ..  Ladysmith    ,.  Ladysmith   Ladysmith      .. Ladysmith      Ladysmith ....:..  .. Ladysmith .......  .. Ladysmith      .. ".Taylor,      Wash  ..  Ladysmith '......-.  ..  Ladysmith      .. Ladysmith .......  Ladysmith   Ladysmith      Ladysmith      ..  Ladysmith      Ladysmith   Ladysmith   Ladysmith    ,.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepa'ye'-.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Rate-payer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ladysmith    :i"ri"������������������'���������'���������'���������" Ladysmith   '. ...:... Ratepayer.  ZZZ'l'.'.'.'.'.Z SouWl   Wellington  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  101 McCarter,  J.   A < .- ;;���������- -  T?.,,,.���������-���������,,-,,,-  102 MeMurtrie,   Join, ,  Ladysm-th     U.x cp.y, ��������� .  103 McMillan. P , ,.< , ������������������  Ludysm-th    ,  Ra epase .  104 McMillan,   Thotnaa  r -  ^ysmi h  Ka cjajc -  105 McMillan,   Robert   ,..,  Ladysmi h  Ka epayc .  100  McOulloch,   Hannah   ..,  Ladysmith     Ratepayer.  107  MxLean.   D.  ....-,.: -  Ladysmith  ���������WY*-  Winnipeg    Ratepayei.  '   Ladysmith    ,  Ratepayer.  M'" ���������" ~  Ladvsmith  Ratepayer.  1st   Avenue  108 Mcintosh,   D.   -   10!) Noon,  Patrick     11(1 Nicholas,   William   .  1L1 Nunajmy,   John   ....  112 Nicholson,   D   113 O'Connell,  Thomas  111 Pollard,   Henry   ....  115 Proven,   James      110 Parrot,   James   E.  117 Park,  Mary      118 Pelky,   F.   D-   .  11!) Patterson,   Dav  120 Portray,   Albert   ..  121 Renwick,   Thomas   .  ,122   Ross,   Mrs.   Robtfft  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that I.   the j 123  Ra/.'/.ano,   B  undersigned,  will  apply at  the next j 12l   ftvall)   .r0lm  regular      sitting     of    the  Licensing  Board     on     December 15th for the  transfer   of  the  rotail  liquor   license  held by  me  for  the Whealshcaf ho  tel, located in Cedar District,  Enoch   Sage,   of Nanaimo.  JAMES  YATES  Cedar District, Nov. 7th, 1905.  to  125 Rowan,   James   ....  120 Roberts,.   George   ..  .127 Ramsay,  John    128  Rogers,  T.  Y   J29 Richards,   Andrew  .  Ladysmith   ....������������������.,    Ratepayer.  Ladysmith    ,,.���������    Uatepayer.  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  Ladysmith    , ' Ratepayer.  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.   "' T        .  Ladvsmith       Ratepayer.  :."     Ladysmith       Ratepayer.   "     Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  Extension  ,  Ratepayer..  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  Ladvsmith    Ratepayer.  Nanaimo.     Ratepayer.  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  Mt.   Sicker    v    Ratepayer.  Ladysmith    ,.    Ratepayer.  Oyster District       Ratepayer.  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  ���������-A ,..������������������������������������������  130 Rintala,   R -    i ���������,ivsmith -     -     Ratepayer  131 Slovens,   Edward   ....,...,    Ladysmitn   You will  have   Chiistmas  presents  lor your iriends in  SILVERWARE & JEWELRY  free of charge by trading at Wein-  robs's Store.  R, S, Weinrobe,  LADYSMITH, B.  C  HIGH STREET,  NOTICE. [Gogo. ANGELO   TATE.  From   " this date tb.������ undersigned       Russell  Simpson,  Selicitor f������r 2t������  ,vill not  be responsible for any in- jplicant.  lebtedness     incurred except on     a  written oraer signed by the secretary  Rowland  Machin.  V. I.  EXPLORATION & DEVEL  OPMENT CO., LTD.  N'on Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1905.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given fchat tke un  dersigned wifl apply at the next reg  .ilar sitting of the Licensing Bo*nl  for the transfer of ttia retail liquoi  license held by him for the Portland  Hotel, located, "on lot" i, block 2,1s:  Avenue,  City  of Ladysmith, t������ Job  Ladysmith, B.  G.,  October 4,   l������f .1  BOOTS & SHOl!  AT RIGHT F1U<  Repairing and Makihgi  Order a Specialty  THOflAS   MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  i:-.-i.z:  ��������� '  COAL  MINES REGULATION  ACT -  Notice of  Examination.  Notice   is   hereby given  that  exam inations will be (held for 1st, 2nd and  3rd class  certificates of competency .under     tiie  provisions  of the  "Coal  Mines Regulation Act,"  on the Mth,  15th      and  16th  days of November..  1905,   commencing  at the hour     of  9.30  o'clock in the forenoon.  The examinations will be held at Fernie,  The subjects  will  be as  follows:  Nanaimo and Cumberland.  1st Class  Candidates |       2nd class candidates I       3rd class  candidates  Mining act and Spe-  ���������   cial  Rules  Mine Oases  Ventilation  General   Work  Mining Machinery  Surveying.  Mining act and  Special  Rides  Mine  Gases  Ventilation  General Work  Mining act and Special   Rules  Mine Gases amd  General Work  aca  Applications must be made to the undersigned,  accompanied    by    th������  statutory fee, as follows:  By an  applicant for  b'irst and Second Class Examination  By an  applicant for   Third  Class   Examination    The applications must be accompanied     by  .... $lfl.0������  ..      5-00  testimonials <r  ccrtiPcd  copies thereof, (a) If a c-andiJate for First Class, that he is a Pu-V*  subject and has had at least five years'experience in or about the practical  vorking     of a coal mine, and is :>t   least  25  years  of age.  (b.')-If' a candidate for    'acm.d  Class,  that he has  had at least    <iv���������  Years'  experience in or about f,e practical   working  of a coal  mine.  (c)   If a candidate  for Third'Class,  that he has had at least     >j:et  ���������s'  experience  in   or  about   the y ractical  working  of a coal nunc  rears  By order of the Board,  Nanaimo, B. C, September 30th,   1905.  FRANCIS   H.  SHEPHERD  Secretary*  ffiESSSSBS!':  Public  Notice  Ogilvie  Attention is called to the   fact that-the  Flour Hills Co,   Limited  makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR have for some rime  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 un-"-   -  orized users of the electrical   flour purifying processeB  will he pro-  secuted.  Ogilvie FloTir Mills Company Limited  are the    only    millers ia Canada whose     Flour  is purified by the : eTeetrio process  (Continued on Tage Fojur THE   DAILY    LEDGER  tt'i  it   1i  33S8aESSS=  sc  WANTED���������Situation  as  vant in private family.  Haggart,   Esplanade.  general ser-  Apply Mrs.  Xmas Photos���������Have them taken  -Vow! Studio open at Ladysmith until next  week.  "The    Canadian   Girl,"   at  Simon  Leiser  & Co..s, Ltd.  AT   TIUG  AI3BOTSFORD.  T.  M. Ilibben,  Victoria.  W. McCoslcrie, Victoria.  J. M.  Walker, Victoria.  J. A.  Wilson, Vancouver.  Rev. and Mrs. Bo wen entertained  a, number of young people at the  Rectory last evening.  Have you seen those lovely collars  and    ladies'    waist belts  at  Simon  .Leiser & Company's, Ltd.?  ���������:o:������������������  Mr.    J.  Howanl,   son  of  Manager  Howard  of    the Western Fuel  Corn  pany's    mines   at   Nanaimo,   arrived  here from    San Francisco yesterday  .and this  mrrmng went down  to Na-  Jiaiino on  a usit. i\lr.  Howard who is  1he Western Fuel  Company's  manager    at   OahJand,      intends   spenjdin<j  some time visiting  the British  Co"-  ��������� 179   Bumbera,  imibian cities.  1  'Appointments may be made at any  time for  dental  wort at Dr.   Dier'a'  on High street Sf,  I'M   Thomson,   Eliz "... Ladysmith    Ratepayer  145 Timothy,   Griffilh    Ladysmith  '.  Ratepayer.  146 Thomas,   D.   J. ' ,..,..-,  Ladysmith    Ratepayer  1-17  Trewcek,  Thomas    Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  MS  Tassin,   J-   J  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  14!) Thomson,  J. A.  ,..t  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  il.'iO Torkko, S t  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  151 Thornley,   Hugh   Ladysmith  ._.. Householder  152 Vater,   Fred k  Ban IT  Ratepayer.  153 Vaira,  John    Ladysmith   -  Ratepayer.  151   Vcre,   James    .,  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  155  Williams,   George     Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  150   Woodburn,   Moses     Ladysmith     Ratepayer.  157  Wright,   Win.' .,-..,...>..,.  Ladysmith   -.     Ratepayer.  15S  Wright,   John     Ladysmith     Ratepayer.  159 Weir,  J.  B    Ladysmith     Ratepayer.  ICO  Wallace,   Marion    ��������� ,.... Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  1CI Walters, Charles k.  Ladysmith      Ratepayer.  ;1C:3 Wilson, George R  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  !lf>3 Woodburn, Martin   Ladysmith   Householder  'lOl Yarwood,  E.  M ,.... Nanaimo   ..^    Ratepayer.  105   Zi/ak Michael   .'.'.  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  MIDDLE WARD.  It'll  Adams,   John   1  Ladysmith      Ratepayer.  107  Allen,  Shark's G  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.1  "lliS Altin,  John  II  Ladysmith      Ratepayer.  .'iti!)  Armstrong,   J. -1-1 ..     Ladysmith  >  Householder  170 Armstrong,   E.   II   Ladysmith   Householder  171 Alto,   Ousl    '   Ladysmith     Ratepayer.  172 Adshead,   C ' ;-  Ladj smith       Ratepayer.  173 Adams,   James    t   Ladysmith   Householder  171   Bcveridgc, ���������William      Ladysmith      Ratepayer.  175  Bcveridge,   Eliz  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  17t;  Bryant,  Thco , '.. Wellington    ,    Ratepayer.  177   Biadford   A I ^       '     _T       _|_  _    A  17S   Baxter,   Thomas    ,...r  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  George   ".  Ladysmith     RalpRayer.  Uft  ISO Burke,   P , , ;  Ladysmith   ;.... Ratepayer  181 Baker,   Thomas      Ladysmith.   Ratepayer.  182 Biekle,   Thomas    -.   Cumberland  Ratepayer.  183 Brown, Louise ....'  Ladysmith   Ratepayer.  181 Bulky,  William     Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  1185 Barera,   Felix  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  ,, , ri Wm. J186 Biekle,   John     Ladysmith  ....:  Ratepayer.  Eraser left     this morning earlv for    ,7T������i  ���������      t 1 "  "Viinimn    ������.,-M,      i .- ��������� ',..,      ���������1������' "lair,  John  ���������Aanauno,   with   ah very  rig.        When  Messrs.   Ben   Forcimmer and  leaving   they  expressed   a firm   dcter-  imnatpn to    vjf>it| Vancouver   before  .they     returned  home.    The   wicktcd-  ncss of the Terminal   City,  with its  mock auction     stores and  its  '-coir'  men;   the   great  roaring  street cars  Hint go whining past every two or  Ihrec  minutes;   the  multitude        of  hungry  lawyers,      ambitious   doctors,  and  the fact that, there are no   free  lunches      how,   since   the   clubs  have  l.een     knocked ont,  and many mors  <! Bcouraging things were told' to our  f.'llow  townsmen. In   fact,   a delcgja.-  iion  of about a down  agreed     with  ���������Hem until  four o'clock this  mornino-  \  Ladysmith  ,  Householder  188   Berg,   Axel r..r...  Ladysmith     Ratepayer.  18Sa Christie,   Adamina    Ladysmith   .'.......    Ratepayer.  18!)   Carroll,   Julia     Victoria   Ratepayer.  190 Clay,  Frank    Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  191 Campbell, Colin   ,   Ladysmith      '"Ratepayer.  J92 Collisler, R  Victoria    Ratepayer.  J93   Cameron,   Donald   ,...,..->.., .4  Victoria   Ratepayer.  191   Costello,   James   ,...-    Ratepayer.  195   Ceilc,   John   ,  Ladysmith     Ratepayer.  19(3  Cornwall, W.  A ...-.  Ladysmith     Ratepayer.  197 Carter,   John   ��������� ; ...   Ratepayer.  198 Conway,  Thomas    Ladysmith    -Ratepayer.  19!)   Collinson,   Henry       Ladysmith    f    Householder.  2uU  Cowan,  Thomas   r..r    Ladysmith    ...,    IlouseJiolder.  20  202 Duiismuir,   M;\s  203 Dunn, Mrs.   r).  1 gainst  taking such chances,  but go  ilhey  would,   and   we  can  only  hope    2(11   Dondouffe,   A.   ...  low  that  they may safely return  to  2"~'  ^"smuir,   John  their anxious  friends   in  the  city    of   2()7   Doumont,   A.   ...  Ladysmith,   where we  do not     iiave  street cars,   electric  "lights,   nor  any  such foolish innovations,  where life is  quiet and easy and no ������nxious ,cares,  nor 20th century ideas  disturb     the'  even  tenor  of our   wavs.  Docile,   Charles    Ladysmith  Laura     Victoria ...    Ladysmith   ,   Ladysmith      Ladysmith     Ladysmith  20S Deleourt, Victoria  :   Ladysmith  209 Duiisinore.   Robert      Banff      210 Davis,   Charles       Ladysmith  211 E.  &  N.   Ry.   Co    Victoria....  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  212 Fox,   William,   Ladysmith    Ladysmith :     Ratepayer.  213 Fraser, Wm.   G  Ladysmith   ���������.     Ratepayer.  The Cherry Rifband, S   R. Crocket's  latest book,     and The Passing of the 211!  Francis   D  ���������Itace.  by D   W. Higgins, at K*i������ht's  217 Fo.eimmer,' ii".  Book Store.  211   Ferguson.,  Joseph  Ladysmith  215   Fontain,   Joseph     Ladysmith    Ladysmith    Ladvsmith  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  . Ratepayer.  Householder.  tirect From France���������Tooth,  shaving,  hair   and   clothes   brushes.A splendid  assortment  at the Ladysmith   Phar-  11 acy.  o  MARINE  ;<������������������*��������������� ������������������������������������������������������*��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������  218 Frost, A. C  Ladysmith       Householder.  219 Giachcro,  Mrs.  D  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  Tug  L'agle  and  scow  were  in     for  coal vesterday.  ��������� ���������   ���������  S.S.    AVcllington   completes       her  cargo and   leaves  for  San  Francisco  ���������tonight.  ��������� ���������   ���������  S.S. Venture was in for coal  yes1-  . ierdav.  leaving  last  night  for    Van-  220  Giflord,  Sidney   Ladysmith  22).  Gaffaney, Patrick  ,.  Ladysmith'  222 Gould,- Alf.   .....<..,.....+.....,...,..,  Ladysmith  223 Gould,   Samson   ....���������..:.  Ladysmith    Ladysmith    Nanaimo  ..   - Ladvsmith   ....;  Ladysmith    Ladysmith  ,,  Ladysmith   :  Ladysmith    Ladysmith    Ladysmith  ,  Ladysmith    Ladysmith    Ladysmith  j 224   Gordon, ;T   225  Hemans,   J.      I 220 [laworth, George  ;227Hutchinson, M. A.  j 228   Hoggan,   Alex.   ...  229 Haunay,  Mrs.   C.  230 Hover, . Herman   ..  231 Hover,   Thomas   ..  (232 Ilollinz,  Win.   ;233  Hooker,   John  .....  231  Ho'-anik,   J.   R.  comer.. Among her passengers to 239 Jones,  1 he Terminal city was Mr. W. J. 2i0 Jones,  iV.'atson's   nephew,  Master Bassaire.     | .  .235   Uaiinay,  W   ,230 flarrup, Thomas  Ladysmith    Ladysmith   '...'...:...". Ladysmith   .  Ladysmith  Lot.    -  Ladysmith  T.  X  Lad'vsmith  237 I\cy,  237a  Ivey,   J.   .  238 Ingham,  M.  Householder.  ,.'-; Ratepayer.  . Ratepayer.  . Ratepayer.  . Ratepayer.  ..Ratepayer.  . Ratepayer.  ,. Ratepayer.  . Ratepayer.  ,. Ratepayer.  . Ratepayer.  . Ratepayer.  ..' Ratepayer.  . Ratepayer.  . Ratepayer.  Householder.  . Householder  ,. Ratepayer  .. Ratepajvr  .. Ratepayer.  .. Ratepayer.  ..   Ratepayer.  VOTERS'  LIST  (  CONTINUED  FROM  PAGE  THREE)  NO.      NAME                                       ADDRESS QUALIFICATIONS  132   Smith  W.   A   Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  J.33   Smith,   George    Ladysmith       Rate-payer.  13 1 Sa.lSslon, Douglas   Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  .135   Sanderson,   WK,T-.m       Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  130  Salmon, Mary   E-  James  W.  137  .138  Steele,  Spence.  San   Francisco  Ladvsmith      William     Ladvsmith       Ral  Ratepayer  Ratepayer.  1.39 Simpson, Wm.  110 Scnini,   J.   ....  .141 Smith,   J.   X.  .142 Smeddoii,  Wil!  G.  lam  ���������epaycr  143  ate  Isabella  Ladysmith      Ratepayer.  Ladysmith     Ratepayer.  Ladysmith     Ratepayer.  Ladysmith  Householder  Ladysmith     Ratepayer.  PAINTING   AND   PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done   ROEDD3NG  Ml*     j*        J*  Orders  Promptly   Executed  '--   LADYSMITH  **  tiee  |A. HOWE, of CHEiKAiNUS, has opened the MEAT-  KARKET lately    run  by W. Ward, on Roberts street  -WITH ��������� .A FULL Lift OF FIRST CLASS MEA1S  Pork and Sausage a Specialty  A TRIAL SOLICITED  .   v,      A.   HOWttI  %  Pil-BII SPECUL III  LADIES'  SHOES  }t\ <t\ fi\  FIFTY  PAIRS LADIES'LACE  SHOES REGULAR PRICE  $2.50 PAIR  PAY-DAY PRICE  ALL SIZES  -g_  11 ID AD!  CARLISLE     BLOCK,  'PHQNE   2-4  R   $50���������Per acre lor 5-acrc blocks 1 mile  fiom  City.  $37i5���������Cash secures a fine residence in  the choicest part of Hie city. Onlj  $2-14 more to pay at the rate of  $12 per mouth. Owner has invested over "jfOI in improvements.  Water  laid  on.  Fine garden. .  $280���������Cash    and   $400 on   mortgage  buys  two  lots each G0xl20 only a  few  yards   from   post-office.   ' Fine  investment.  2 CASES of these  goods-We had to buy  the amount to get the  price-They    are    too  much for us-So we are  going right after them  Ladies    Dong   Lace-  Glazed or Selp Tipped.  Extended  or  Medium  Sole-All iSrzes-Regular  Price $3.00  -tTO CLEAR���������  $500���������Cash and balance on time buys  two first-class     stores in business  portion of city.  ������  For Rent���������A nici store on  First Avenue.  .  For Rent���������A nice two-roomed store  $200  A  PAIR  Walters &  Akcnhead  o  For     Rent���������Nice two-roomed cabin  near station.  Deeds,  Wills,    Mortgages,  Contracts  and  Agreements  Drawn.  J. STEWART  Conveyancing     |������       Notary Public  Phone,  3. ' ',' '     -  t 1  P. O. BOX a68   '  HAY, GRAIN and  FARM PROHUq  Orders will be/ delivered anywhere  ia the city promptly and at tho low  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, on th������  Cnplanadi.  James   Warnock  "Emmmsmsaam  LADIES' FANCY DOLLARS  AND BELTS  We have just received a consignment  of Ladies' Fancy Collars and Belts  They are Neat, Attractive and in  Pretty Designs. Just the Thing for  a Present to ycur friend.  Our  Fall Stock of   Blouses-all  new   goods=are    being   Reduced   in  Price to Make a Clearance  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  1  OA.TAORS 8T  tADYSMITH  NO.      NAAIE                                       ADDRESS QUALIFICATIONS  all   Jones,   Morgan     Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  243  Jones,  Walter - ,  Ladysmith      Ratepayer.  243  Johnston,  Robert >. "Ladysmith   ,..   Ratepayer.  21-1   Jackson,   Mrs.   Magurot' s.  Ladysinith    Ratepayer.  2-l:"> Jessup, R. Ci  Ladysinith    Ratepayer.  W. G. Fraser  !     MerchantTaiior,  ((istlAvenue)  216  21V  2'1S  2'1!)  - 250  2.0't  252  253  251  255  250  257  258  25!J  Kerr, James    Kane,  Michael,   ..  Knight,  Agnes  ....  Krhaiisky,  John  Klemola,   Gus.   ..  Ki'serick," W   Kallia,  Ous ;.  knla,  Thomas   ..,  Ladysmith  Ratepayer    Ladysmith  Ratepayer.    Ladysmith   '.  Ratepayer.   f  Ladysmith  ;.. Ratepayer.    Ladysmith ....'....:  Ratepayer.    Ladysmith  Ratepayer;    Ladysmith  Ratepayer.    Ladysmith    r  Ratepayer.  Fall Stock   on   hand. Call e'srlv and  get your choice  ~  KilpaUick,   Estate of Robt,  dece Ladysmit-h   Ratepayer.  Lcnon,   William    ,  Ladysmith  Ratepayer.  Lewis,   J.   W  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  Lopatieh,   Joseph   ,.  Ladysmith   4.. Ratepayer.  Lepas,  L  Ladysmith  Ratepayer.  Lepas Rosalie ,  Ladysmith  Ratepayer  200 Alac-ilni,  Herbert   Ladysmith  ,  Householder  201 Martin, T k  Ladysmith  Ratepayer'  202 Martin,  V.  1-1 , ,.  Ladysmith   :  Ratepayer.  203 Mills,  C.  W :  Ladysmith  Ratepayer.  201 Mayoski,  George v.Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  205  Mayoski, Paul     2(!(J Masset, C.   207   Martalla,   Henry   ...  2iiS M-annJino,  Matt   20!) Mainwaring,   A.   E.  270 .Uichic, John'...........  271 Mikkola,'.' Mat.' ........  272 Mrns,  S. "'.'.'..'...'...'.,...,.  273 Michek,   Victor   ......  271 Manuel, John   275 McDonald,,'John   .....  270 McKenellyi Mary E.  77   McMurtri.c",   A.   J.  McAskill,   K.   Mcintosh,  S. F.      McCourt,   Joseph   ..  McKcnx.ie,   D.   McDonald B.S.      Nicholson,   D.'   Patterson, Margt. .  Park,   John   Provis, Thos   Ladysmith      Ratepayer.  Ladysmith    Ratepayer  Ladysmith :    Ratepayer.  2  278  27!)  280  2S1  2S2  "283  284  285  286  287  288  289  290    Ladysmith    Nanaimo   ..  ........ Ladysmith    Ladysmith    Ladvsmith    Ladysmith      Ladysmith    Ladysmith  ........ Ladysmith    Ladysmith  ......... Ladysmith    Ladysmith    Ladysmith    Ladysmith    Ladysmith  ......... Ladysmitih    Ladysmith    Ladysmith  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer..  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer;  Ratepayer..  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  . ��������� Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  Householder  Ratepayer.  .  Ratepayer.  Ratepayer.  *.V*������*-Jwt'M.j   >.���������  -���������  Ladysmith   Pcrola, Peter  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  Poikonen,   John  Ladysmith .'.    Ratepayer.  Pannell,   E.   G. ,,..(  Ladvsniith  Householder  Plaskett,   David     Ladysmith  Householder  291 Quinlan,  W- J ..-  LajtlysmiWi  Householder  292 Rolston Mrs.  E.    : Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  293 Rosett'a, Mary k.  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  294 Robelee, C. 15  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  295 Rafter, William  Ladysmith ���������..    Ratepayer.  :    Ratepayer.      Ratepayer.     Ratepayer.      Ratepayer.      Ratepayer.  290  Robertson,  W.(   Senr  Ladysmith   ;   297   Robertson,   A.   G ..Ladysmith   29S Rolls-ton,  William  Ladysmith   299 Rickard,  Eli/  Ladysinith   ...,.   300 Reid,   Peanlt     Ladysinith'    301 Stevens,   Annie     Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  302 Smith,  Jos.   E.  Ladysinith   ...'    Ratepayer.  303 Simpson,  M.   It  Ladysmith  ���������  Householder  304 Sloyar, AI  Ladysmith    ,    Ratepayer.  305 Scarth,   Geo.     Ladysmith       Ratepayer  30(;   Sale-,   t'has. ,  Ladysinith    ,    Ratepayer.  307 Stewart,   John   Ladysinith ,    Ratepayer.  308 Thomas,  John  J  Ladysmith    t ,   Ratepayer.  309 Telford,   William .'..... Ladysmith    .,.'..-    Ratepayer.  310 Torkko, S  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  311 Trewcek,   Thomas    Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  312 Thomas,   John   M   Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  313 Tomsak,  V ��������� Ladysinith    .,    Ratepayer.  314 Tresack,. Mary      Ladysinith    ,.    Ratepayer.  Torkko,   Mat  Ladysmith       Ratepayer.  Teusz,   Rosa  Ladysmith    Ratepayer.  Tate,   An^,elo    ;........  Ladysmith    ,    Ratepayer.  315  310  317  3.18  319  320  321  Tate,   Jos.   II.   .  Uren,   Ahsolcm  Vater,   Fred.   ...  Vye,   Alex   322 Winston,,T. O. ..  323 Worxlill,   Rachel  324 Weinrohe,  B.  S.  Ladysmith  Ratepayer.  Li::dysmit.h    y  Ratepayer.  HanlT    u  Ratepayer.  Ladysinith    *  Ratepayer.  Ladysinith     Ratepayer.  Victoria   Ratepayer.  Lad y'sm i th     Ratepayer -  KsaE3j3^sssssss3JiaasE5^EaaBi  Heating Stoves  Our Stock is Now Complete in  HEATING STOVES  A Large Variety to, Choose From  PRICES   RIGHT  *s~   .'  The Ladysmith Hardware Co., Ltd,  srasssge^ssj-S-rfiSsifisai  '&SMmam&\dmM*mmmBiBmmimii������&iiifr'  A TIMELY SUSGESTION  XftlAS is  approaching and usually you     -are on the lookout for -  some .presents  that are appreciated,    an<l  nothing   is  so, acceptgble  as a nice .article in the jewellry line,   of    which  >vc  have a good  - 'variety.-     Also,'a very   large selection of FANCY GOODS, such as  Toilet S2ts, Manicure Sets,-etc. .etc.-  Call and. select anything you  might fancy and  we will   put   it aside until needed  for you. ;.  Our prices..;are,veryi.L.owrfpr.:thc  Our Prices Are Very Low For the Best Quality  of Goods-r���������  B-FORCIMriER  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER, OPTICIAN  First Avenue,   ^C   X.   2������     Ladysmitli, |B. C  HHH(eSKffi2SMaES2^!SIEaSSS2^SSl  Stoves  ft****  T  %S  We arejmaking them 01 ths N^w^st    Pattern and Latest  .,,.:��������� Styles,  WE DO ALL KINDS OF FOUNDRY WORK  Gur Prices are Reaaona,   hie  SEE OUR   NEW STAVES IN ULAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  and at Lsdysmilh Hardware|Company  LADYSHITH   IRON & STOVE WORKS CO���������������!.TD.  325 Wasson, II.  J.'   Ladysmith    Ratepaye".  32G   Ward,   William      Laidysmith    Ratepayer.  327 Wasson, Mrs. E. H  Ladysmith       Ratepayer���������  328 White,   Robert ���������  Ladysmith   Householder  329 Willis, R.  II  Ladysmith    ,    Ratepayer.  330 War go, John ..- Ladysmith    <    Ratepayer.  331 Walkem,  W.  W  Ladysmitli    k., ' Ratepayer.  332 Waskett,   A.   J ���������  Ladysmith    ;    Ratepayer.  333 Ziokovich,  P  Ladysmith   Ratepayer.   ,. (Continued in next issue} ._;,., 1 __i_  TO POULTRY FAR  JOO-ACRE FARM NEAR LADYSMITH  Five acres cleared and cultivated, four roomed house  Five Poultry Houses, 5oo Laying Hens, one P'ough,  CI over Cutter, Axes, Hammers, Siws and Tools f ever description, two Spray Pumps, #20 w >:-Jih o������-  Blastino; Powder, Wire Netting six feet high c /jring  3 1-2 acres. 2 i2 Tons Hay, $20 worth New Laths  Kiite, Shot Gun and two good Sail Boats  $450 Cash and $750 on FloYtgage  J. STEWART,  P. O. Box 268, Ladysmith Phone  *


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