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 jgr.1-   .:?.������������������:'-   ���������?i,.rJ>.^.  VOL.2,  # *  2 LADYS  MONDAY   NOV.,   2?,  1905  X&  \&  -V*  ���������\N'  . <_Vr- ������"���������"  "?'   V.,  V-W-y    '-(.j/,.  '/*.  Mr,  "V,  v %3 1905  "*<:  '-T-   ., ^  PRICE FIVE   GENT8--  BENEFIT CONCERT  A GREAT SUCCESS  MM -&UHEHILL SEYOTEEM  CLUBS UULUHM '      KILLED IU  Entertainment Given by Football  Club is Well Attended and an  Enjoyable Affair  One of  the   Greatest   Financial  Successes Given Here in a  Long Time  This Action Decided On at  A Meeting of the Cubs  Yesterday  Lincoln,     Mass.,    Nov.   27.���������Early  eainfSNiPsceN-  TROLLED IT  St.    Petersburg,  Nov.  27.���������At  Se  morning  the list of dead and  injured \baslopol Uic situation is said ,to  he \  indicate that 17  persons lost      their'improved,   guns   having   been   posted   f  City League to b  Will Enter Team For the  V. I. League  ;lives .������ a collision at Baker's Bridge commanding  the mutineers'  quarters.  rOrJIleC" station on ihe main line of Fitch burg-  ��������� ,   The "battleships Panlelcimorr       and  division of Houston.^ Mam Railroad'cruiser  Ochakoff aire controlled       by  last  night.    Twenty-five persons were'sailors    who  lime arrested   the  oll'i-  i  cers.  more or less seriously injured      and  others sustained  cuts and .bruises. I    The crews ,of the remaining ships of  The cause of the collision  has not 'the Black Sea fleet have not" joined in  yet been ascertained. Ithc mutiny,    but    it  is not  believed  ...                                         i they    wrll   fire  upon  their  comrades  a meeting o>  the members oHhe baS-j   Victoraf   Nov.   27.-(Spceia.)-Thc 'usliore.      Kcnforccmcnis  are on  lhe  la-Ural"   and   football  c-luhs   was held,  shooting reported fiom Hardy Bav on way from   Odessa  and   PaveJograde,  Yesterday afternoon  in  thc  Bowery,  'A  have \  cinnrl      v.hieh   f.nanciahy must  Song       Mr.  me  of the most successful i Tableaux     Garden  ever gi.cu     ni Ladysinith,  took place  in tho Opera House on Saturday Veiling last.        As is     well known, thc  concert was given under the auspices  or thc Ladysnnllr   Football   Club and  the proceeds over and above cxiens-  es arc to bo     presented to     "Mr.  A.  Kut,  a member  of  the Club,   who for  many months has been in a very nad  'state  of  health  on  account of  injuries received in a football  match  with  tiie men of II. M. S   Flora some tune  ago.   , Thc hearty     support  urcived  from   the  public  should   be  sulllc-icnt  evidence  to tlio members of  the club  thai,   Iheir  ellorls  m   thc cause .    of  chanty aie  thoroughly       appreciated  by the people of the city.  All Ralph Smith, M. P., wo-s ':i  the chair, and- in his opening re-  'nr.-ir'.-. spoke in glowing tonus of the  oi eaiui.rr?   of  the entertainment    for  Piano solo  Comic  Song  Duct  Mr.  J.  Eno in     the   chair.       Alter (Friday last,  wherein Fort Rupert Irr-  jiiudh   discussion it     -\\as   decided   to .''la"  I-,ou������s was killed, is now believ-  ,*,,,. '<-'"���������'   to have   been   done   wilJi   murder-  amalgamate the t,vo clubs and form a "0J8 intent,.    Lollis had s,orte||m���������  Master  Balagno   ^-,efuc '"     basketball  a-rf foot-1 Hardy   I*iiy   in   a canoe  accompanied  hail.      'lhe cup     won  by the football ������)'  an   Indian   woman  and  her     hus-  Jacohsou  Of      Love.  Mr.   S.  Harrington  Mesdames   Butler  &  Reid   (C'"1"- at Portland will be put up as   a.,1'111"1-      -il'lren  the ' woinun's husband  Comic Song    Mr. Geo. Home 'irophy   foi  tl.e city     league and tho|M'as    s"u1' h'S    companions declared  duet ...  Misses  Hunter ,lcaui   0I  V-'olbali   players   that  win in   that a Pit lamp  in his hat was    mis-     Mr.   J. Sanderson'tke   league      will   be entitled   to hold ,itll<"'1 -������l deer's eye ar-liore, but, Lou-  Bower ,llie CXiV  '������i* ajear.     It  was ialso decided   to  enter  a team   for   the V.I.  Football  league     and to send a dcie-  niectiiig en the     league which, is to be  .instrumental  Song     Tableaux    ......*" Cupid's  God Save the King.  The tableaux "Garden,    of Love,"  was   especially   pretty,   being  cleverly��������� ^  ^  arranged, wlui> Cupid s Bower wasbkaV ,iCld j;i V|(.tol.,a om SaUud ���������CXl-  iity itself. Mrs. liMllct was not heard %- Mihuv jrorriSr41 ^s aw,olnto.,  at,her best ia     1'cr iii-sL song   b>t m   t0 repi.eS(>nt     the 10(Jal     club al the  two preliy  duels with Mis.  Keid her i      ,. ,  1        ��������������� - v j meewnc;.      m  voice was heard  lo perfection, as was      Jl|d -      ,jy Wje eJlUltlsia!.ni dl    ,.IV.  that of the     latter menti.,.i<**iady.. 1^,  by  U)os0     I)ccsciit aU|ip  meeLmg  The  male singers  of Ladysmith  were yeste\.t(av theie . WlU 1)c a jnnn1jCr ol  in splendid form,  Jos Sanderson Ul^  lcam,.   bou/   rooifcall and --^ethan,  uic   the house  by stoini      witn "One .,     ,...     . .,.���������        ���������        ,  ,,      , ,, ���������, , ,, ,       ,,     1o join   Ine city league this year and  Touch   oi   Human Nature Makes th  is was shot in the back,  which counteracts  the story.  The   wife  of  the murdered  man  is  said io have had a revolver i���������     ncr  {possession and  to have had a ..-,-���������,[Ke'  against   the  victim. h  CHINAMAN  ADOPTS A  ���������JAIWNFSE BABY  Leiiiirgham.���������Leung   uim��������� n,���������,  Leung,   Iiirsliaiid  World  Al.'n."    -while "Messrs.   Jacob-  son and Maliineaux' songs were very  their efforts in     such an     admirable  wen  rendered. "Mr.  Home, tf Na-  causc.     The committee, in   charge of  nauno Rave such a glowing; description  the piogmni,' it is clear, had worked J of Maid and her sisters  lhat all  the p  wiyluu'l,     securing     the ssrvices of, boys  ��������� llns   win make  the  matches  in teres t-  ing for  all   teams  will  doubtless  ha\e  their  supporters      amongst   Ihe  non-  playing  public. <  It is understood that Nanaimo will  ot unler for the V. I. league-,  hut in  ��������� O    ' .  A  iVaiiaj'mo Indian  paid  a "*��������� i^it   to  Duncan-';   yesterday   and   when   he let I  tj'iaV place  this  morning it  was      nr  company    of  a bottle  of   "Canadian  Ci'uij."    Frequent  little tastes just to  tap    the cold  out had ralher a bad  eil'ccL on the, brave, and when he arrived at Cheniaimrs iha train officials  thought   it  would   be a good  "dea  to  guvc  him   in charge  of  the constable,  but the Indian      1 hough 1/ differently,  and entered the lavatory and bolting  the door,  refused  to come forth. The  train pulled out and  the Indian     resumed his  place in thc main  car, but  as the   train   cumc  further   north   the  co'def '���������e'-ainc the atmosphere,     and  the more  frequent were the  "pulls"  at   the.   bottle,   and when  Ladysmith  was reached  the Indr'a>n was  dreaming of happy hunting  grounds.    W-ilh  more haste than ceremony Constable  Cassiuy  hoisted  him   from the tram,  and now the  brave must face      the  i���������&- ... -   THE V. I WILD MAN  ON VALDEZ ISLAND  Looks Through the  Window at  Family at Supper and Utters  Horrible Scream.  Found by   Hunters  Night but Cries Out  Followi  "Don't  ing  Shoot/* and Vanishes  present were craving^ anm-^,, ,,abllit 1)imcanfi ,,u, and ,n0,.  many talented vocalists and instru- troduct.on. 'lhe M.sses Hunter l������������y-|sibl Cumberland win ,o,n.  meiilaiisls, b.)th of Ladysmith and Jed an instrumental duet, as usual, ��������� r|he [)esl (cpin Qf th(J lslan|1 north  outs.de places. Owing to a severe j well. Mr. Fisher and Master Balag-. f Vlctor,a Wl��������� play Ul, champioiis  cold Mrs. P, Sm.Hr was unable to be no's pianoforte selections were fair. Jof Vlftona au(1 thc winilcl- of tlle v.  prcsrnl.   and "Miss Coburn.  who.   was Airs.   Watts and M'.ss Morgan played j f    loaguc W]U  p]ay '.^   tll8Wainland  championship.  The first,    basketball  practice  will  take place m the-     Opera House tins  I  down for a pianofoile solo, was obliged lo lx;oul of town. The following program was rendered:  Piano Solo    "  Mr. V.    Fisher  Song .'.  Mr.   J. Mollineaux  Song-       Mrs.   Butler  Comic Sketch   .Mr. Geo. Horne  Piano solo  Mr. F. Fisher  the aeconipaniaments very correctly.  Tire concert   was over   about   10.15  and a dance followed,  proving  a very  pleasant iinish     to the evening.    The  mujic was good, and ail-who staid,  and they were many in number, appeared to have a   very good time. It  evening  "beinj  Saturday *    the  dance   wasof  Comic Sketch  .Mr. J. Barrington couise a "Cinderella'  DISEAS  AMONGST SWINE  ANOTHER INDIAN  KILLED IN THE NORTH  By    the      steamer   Capdano,   just vin the bottom of the,canoe:   They ex-  ���������_ r., __-__.-.���������    -  -    .  down  from the north,  news        was    plained to. the People, gathered,  round..jfzom there Saturday.  ,.       . . ,-, .   -     : ���������T. 15���������i1+     The disease firsc broke out seveial  hrought of another Indian  killing in  that they nad been using a jacWight r^ ^ 1Jie scLtle.,3 losinR sloclc  the uorUi.    The  tragedy  occurred at   to:shoot deer with, that a deer came j prefcrr;j���������g  to say nothing about     it.  POISONING  New V.'c-ntminnler, Nov. 27 ���������Some  farmers at Chilliwack have lost entire herds of hogs rroni some disease at; present.'unknown, and the  stock-raisers ��������� are greatly alarmed over it, according, to a report received  from tlrerc Saturday.  cs,   and   as it' threatened, to spread  t;irou������h  his  herd,  he  at once notiTi  the authorities,   and ���������Government  Hardy      Bay   on Monday night,   and j to the water's edge, attracted. by the j 1IoweV-rj ..ajJ0Ot a fortnight ago, 'when  when the Capilano left! Alert Bay on'li^ht; and  that   the mail^arrier   hadjivir. A.  C.  Wells'lost several head of  Wednesday afternoon; a coroner's, jury I tried to shoot it, but that by a sua-, hog  f:as  just  being cmpaivnelled���������"'to-'   in-'!-'--  ���������.-:-..,  ,-.f ii-.^ ��������������������������� his aim  was |tiUou������-ii   ms  quire into   the affair.'        .  ��������� The story,   as toM by  the Capila- 'in  t'ae back.  no passengers, is that a Fort Rupert As the accident -was., supposed to  Indian was"dispatched fronv.Fort Ru-! ;iaV<J happened only a few minutes'lie-  pert on Monday for Hardy Bay with\-0r6, and as the body was cold and ������.e disease of glanders among the  important mail for' Lyon's , camp isti'S wheu landed, the people at ho-cs at "Vancomer, thatilie w.as  there.   Somewhere between Port &w!Lyon's camp', were skeptical and im-' lin"������'<;  ������������ 6"; a,Kl "naliy Dr.  B ami,  up Wliately  took  the  mailcarrier -and'..;surgeon..of  Vancouver,   was  sent  am: auey  and Mifc, Chinese,  resident of Beiiir.gham. rectntly filed  a petition in the police court to adopt the thieomonths-r.id n.farrt son  of Martin and Muto Nakashima, Japanese residents  of Anaeortes.  LmiiiR lJong IS a well-to-do Chinaman and foreman or a local cannery. , __ ���������_ ^ ,-,,-* ^n ������  K. appears that ire has lost three DIED t KOM  children within four years, and being  veiy desirous of hann? children, he  t-nd his wire wish to adopt this child  to which they have become attached-  and a.-dv to ha\e i!/s name changed to  Leung Pory Yin.  ,'lhc tv/o families arc wen acmaini-  c-d. the Japanese paicnls fccuig poor  will several children. The petitioners  rrqiijcslcd      1o  have  the. pctiticn  written  in red   mk.  that be'ng a sign  ;A' a dying condition.    Ile had   vppar  of good   luck to the Chinese, lift not ently been  poisoned and died shorib  haMHs;- aj typewriter cqiiipped for writing in red a compromise was affected  by having the instrument signed and  acknowledged in red ink.   O !   FOOTBALL  "UP      AGAINST  IT."  young gentleman   who  has      re- round along the creek that passes the  cc-iitl}   been  \isiting   Lomox  an-   Al- i-ViCoek house.  ttt J-Jav,. V\a^>  in  Ladysni.th for       a. I    J"e -bors resolved -to keep on     the  liort while this  morning.   From  the look-out  the  next   night,       and con-  no. til of  tire Island he  brings   more   cealed themselves  behind a stack   of  "iWld  -Alan."  stories,   declaiiirg  that   ������ay.   About  ten-thirty horrible  yells  they are perfectly .true.  lie.says the '"s,"������jr* heard  in the direction of     the  rcsickiirls  of  Valdez' Island  are  posi- ,creek, and after waiting for about an  t.ve  that  Vgncouver Island's      Wild   i'our, two of the boys resolved to go  "daa has  paid them a visit thrs fall, <*"������ searcli along the creek.   They had  and "oy th������ description  they give    ot oOIie    up the  stream  about half  a  the creature which they  solemnly as- '"i''-' when  the light of, a lantern Car-  Sert     they saw, it would seem that   ned  by one revealed< a tall man en- '  the being seen by hunters near Horn������ tireiy naked except a few rags hang-  Lai'C now resides in the vicinity    of '"������ 'rom a lielt on  his  waist.     His  the (lbove mentioned island. body was covered with long ,hair and  A family hy name of Pitcock, re-    the face was that  seen peering thro-  siding ,ou Valdez about six weeks age u&'7  ilia window the  previous even-  \ 3re frightened   one night about 1(J    ing. f  o'clock while sitting at supper      by '���������   The gentleman who told The Ledger   \  seeing a glrastly  face  looking through *���������"���������"! story says the two men were al-  : most 'lightened to death for a    ino-  nicnu,  but one, recovering from    the  Vancouver,  Nov.   27-���������Mr.   Albert  S.   Angcll,   head  of  the  firm  of   en-  gra-ivrs      whose business1 has      been  enrried      on   in   the Board  cf  Trade  liotel block,  was found Friday night  Keccnt rieve'rpmonti in the Football coiitro\ci-.sy indicate that thc  game-is distinctly '-rip against it,"-  says the. Seattle F. I. It must cither reform or tuck, its pigskin under  its arm, marshaii its,army of coaches,  ru.htrbrs,   bottle   holders,   physicians,  afterward.  j   Just, how became to his   death  is  very hard to tell. Apparently thc poison  he took was' cyanide  ji usi-  uin, which is used a great    c.il       Ir.e  etching of cuts. Mr.   Angell    had     a  habit  of sacking  the   poison  through  a tube into  his  mouth and  the.i spitting iliyil.    He may have dori2    /������������������  last  nigh!;   and   aceideutly  swallo ������-r-'l  the poison.    An inquest is being h<;kl  ;atu   talis.-  afternoon.      The  decci.i d  left a wife  and  two children,  besides  liis      'nvotlier,   who   was   irr busint-ris  with him.  The tlicoz-y, of suicide has been  a-1  ilea iuicii ot the canoe his aim was  disturbed-and'he-snob'the-other man'ed  i...   ^.1.-. i._..i. -."'. Inspector   Gibbons   of Vancouver   was  aa-kgu to go up  and  investigate.  I    Me at the time was so busy  with  ! the woman in charge. Word was sent  >\his stead, ��������� and. he is. now     in  pert and  Hardy  Bay he Picked  another Indian and his squaw     and  tne three of them went together to 'to Frovihcial  their    destination.   At  about   cicyen j Alert Bay.,  who,  accompanied by Mr.  o'clock     the canoe,  bearing alight, I Chambers, of  the B.C.' 1*! ackers' can-  puased Lyon's  place and  went  on up nery,      n������i.ue a tr>lp  in the  cannery  the bay. j launch     to Hardy  Bay and "brought'  The night was dark arrd no one ob-'do.wn the body and  the prisoners to  served how many, there were in   the'Alert Bay,  where thc coroner's jury  canoe, although it-was quite close to was going into session as the Capila-  shore.      About fifteen minutes  later 'no  left  for Vancouver.  up  the  Constable Wallacott al!  ���������^V investigating  the  disease    and  its  cause.  tiie people at  Lyon's heard .    a rifle  shot and  the nia'll-carrier  and       the  .woman returned  a few' moments  later   with   the   woman's husband  dead  People who know  the Indians mix-  ���������ed up in the affair do not believe thc  story of the mail-carrier and      the  ���������woman.  ','TAKE  A STRAP TO HER."  According  to  Scotch  law,   as  just  .expounded by  Judge McKcIvie,       of  Leith,  "if a woman requires  to     be  chastised   thc hus-haiid  should  take  a  strap to  her and not use his hand.''  The     occasion  of  this weighty' pro  nounccment   was   the   appearance   before him  of one Patrick McManus on  a charge   of   having  assaulted       his  wife.      lu'eiuanus   knocked   her  down  with  his  fists  and  kicked  her  in  the  side as she lay on the ground.  Igrr0r-  anfie of -Uic law is usually  held     to  be  no excuse,   but  apparently   it  sufficed in "Ho Man us' case,  for  after admonishing him to give thc preference  to the strap hereafter, the magistrate  discharged him.    English justice. Iras  long oeen  remarkable for its leniency  to wife beaieis,  but now Scotch jus-  ticej  it seems, tal-cs ,a still more merciful  view  of their offence.    In  both  lands  a man   ifc   invariably  far  more  punished  for   poaching,  even  though  he catches no  game, than he is for  thrashing   his   wife, 'however   brutal  and   unprovoked   the  assault.���������Philadelphia Inquirer,.  ���������:.:  l'jlJl\-i t\Lj  OPINION  ON   KISSING.  of  The  warning  of  Prof.  Founicr  Pn,ris, that kissing is unsanitary and  perilous, -makes no  impression on the  Vale scientists.    Prof.   William     I-I.  Brewer,   of  the  Sheffield school, says  that  if -he was  in  the  habit ��������� of kissing he should keep right on, by which, wm  he  means,   as lie  is human,   that  he   tant  v?ill not stop--   Dr.  Charles  A. L-ind-  slcy,-.of thc medical school,   who     is  secretary      of   the     state board    of  health, is no less undismayed.   "K.iss-  IEO..  McL.   BROWN   FOR-  "M-ELY   OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA  Everybody   in   this section   remembers  Ceo-.  Mc-L.   Biwn.  He. has     as  many friends as  it is the lot  of any  Popular railway   man  to have,   when  lie   was   assis taint   general   passenger  Agent   in   Vancouver  and   afterwards  the  the    company's  special   financial  agent for    B.C.      A  circular   Ksucd  today from the ollicc of Hnl.crt Kvrr,  passenger   'radio  manager of  the  Canadian     Pacific   Railway,   announces  the appointment of Gt-o.  McL. Brown  as genera;   passenger  agen t   of       the  Citiitiiiian   Pacific   Railway's   Atlantic  stertmohip. lines,   the appointment  to  take elYec",  December   1.    George   A.  lii'iigland,   who  has  been ac'tiiio-       as  ��������� siir-j:|Lons, ticket-takers,, ground attend  ants nnd -hangers-on'    and  make  for  v-anccd, but beyond' the fact that he  the   Uij -timber. Active  agitation   young man  has once or twice    :v-yi..-  ���������aigaiiist  the evils      or the game is  in- cried  to end" his life,  there was nolh-  crcasing ��������� among ��������� the , ���������uiulcrgraduatcs  ing to suggest'the   probailiMity       of  and alumni of Lhc great eastern uni- self-destruction.    His   financial "    -.u-  vessitics���������-to     say nothing of the un-   fair were in  fairly good couditiom.  friendly '   attitude of the  faculties  of  these institutions.  The conditions under which tho  game win be tl.viera'ted have ' been formulated, aad are meeting with.approval .all over thc country. These are  in- a word that football must be reestablished as a sport and forever  killed as a business. This will be  mainly accomplished by purging''the  game of the gate-receipt feature.  Each game will then depend on the  students and alumni of iIs own college to defray its legitimate and reasonable expenses.     Other  expenses  it  must not incur.  Jn an    -admirable statement on  tho  subject Jacob Gould  Shurman, pres-  .(lenl  pf Cornell  university, says-that  the excessive costliness of football as  at   present      conducted is  a      prolific  source   of   commercialism.      gambling  and  professionalism.       "I cannot but  think," he continues,     "the time will j  come   when   it will  be  considered    dc- j  grading'to  ask     students   to  exhibit j  their athletic s .ill  for   the   sake     gf I  irate  receipts."  and he  adds   that  "if  Uie  American     university  public  will . .    ..,,,,,���������,,,  on  instead   so  fmlml iu  lil-e Ia l      a  ' to   which     thc latter  was  discernible  consent  to   make  a recrcati  of a business of ^ooHiali     the present  mormons expenditures could be greatly  reduced."   l.'e  points  out  that no  -THE SUN'S CHANGES.  A'    possibility   .in     regard  to  the  j shape of" the     sun,  which had probably never occurred to anyone else,  is  'suggested  by' Dr.'Charles Lane Pcor  of  Columbia      university.'      lie   gives  reasons for .suspecting that the- p.q.ua-  . torial  diameter of th:,t Mody is somc-  ��������� limes a. Uttic  greater than the. polar  diameter. Careful; niciasurearrests,  isomo of photographs and. some pf the  'sun's telescopic image, seem to -indicate that thrice iu thc last thirty-  live years there has been art appreciable dilTcrcncc The .excess wasnv.vt  obvious in 1S71. 1S83, arrd 181*3. jirr.l  it piaeticaiiy disappeared at thc mid.  die of the two intervening periods.  Dr. Poor points out that each enlarge  ment closely corresponded h\ point of  time with a maximum stage of son-  spot ainuwhncc and that the srlisi-  dence was contwnpo-raneou.s with a  minimum stage. Hints of a relation  between spots and an alteration ...  the outline     of the solar di.sk ate al-  rec  the uncurtained    window  into      thc  room.   The face  was covered     with  black hair, only a small portion ol fes*" frighfc, raised his rifle, but be-  slvin v-ino- visible. Directly he saw *cre "e could utter a word the crea-  he was noticed by those sittaig with^ ture tlnrcw himself into the creek  in, he uttered a diabolical scream and He swam to the other side and get/-  wirr.s'-.i;,.!. A search a! out the place had thrown himself into the creek  oy the young men was fruitless, large ting <-,n the bank, cried out distinct-  printes of feel on the soft earth .of a ly: "Bon'fc shoot!" and plunged into  fiower bed iiTnler the window being the bush and disappeared. L ;_  the only sign of the creature. j   Nothing more was seen of him    on  Twice during thc night thc family _ the Island, although two .half-breeds  heard a scream sim lar to that utter- of Alert Bay claim to have seen the  ed by the possessor of the face that same man a few days after,  had been seen at Lhc window. The i The Messrs. Pitcock being - well-  risxt i J ay a careful watch was kept, known hunters of that part, the sug-  bit theie were no signs of the ere a- gestion that the creature they saw  ft'ire, although naked foot-marks were was  a bear is out of the question.  TIPPING     TKE      TOWER'.^y   ^uermen,     "and  a score ��������� of cngi-    neers from the power works on Loth  J sides of the river.   :    The heights at  Niagara,      Falls.   ���������With   a  mighty; Fails  View and"'the grounds adjacent  spia-h     tlwl  for  an  distant  slopped' to the scenes of tho  operations were  Aiagiiia"s resistless   (lc0d and a crash  occupied     by many     spectators, and  that   dlowned ��������� the   mighty   cataract's 'among  them were many ladies.    ���������  roar' a'husc     lower 0f concrete iifty  .'������������������������������������>^.'3-,'P-:;in.-'.'.'aU.t wa5 in readiness for  the work ;of tipping up.    the platform  and for   this   purpose  three hydraulic  jacks   were     placed  under  the shore  ends'.of three.     he;ivy timbers.     rlhe  tower was fifty feet in height, seven  fret liiii-li     was diinipcd into the rap  ids orr  the.'Canadian side of the border of the-Horseshoe Fads a few; days'*-  ago.  'i Ire .dumping oi this tower into vhe  swift-racing rapids was a clever:'engineering feat and at the sameV. time j'  afforded a simple way of settling  what threatened to be a troublesome  'hydraulic question. The huge mass  oi'' concrete as it fell into position in  the riverbed raised the water over a  foot at the" joint intake of the. Niagara civic waterworks and the Niagara Dark nnd River Railway. The  water level had. been "o'vVered by the  large amounts taken from tht Niagara Rapids at a point about half a  mile farther up the river from the  fails, where three iargc power companies acquired imiv.-crs? volumes to  develop eicclricai energy. These  three companies were the Canadian  Niagara Bower Company, the Toronto-Niagara Power Company, and the  Ontario   Power    Company.        'Ihjse  feet.square, and biiiIt with sectional  joints eight feet apan,  the whole being" bound together with a chain, and  wired  both longitudinally    and  horizontally.     Tiie frame-work of timbers  upon      whicii  the   tower   rested  was  twenty feet high,  so  that the frame  and concrete work reached an., altittuda  of seventy  feet. '���������'" At exactly 3'iO p.  m . thc jacks     were, set inopet'ation  In a few minutes the:-timber designed  to bear tiie strain of leverage began  to bend,     and wedges were driven, in  betwetn     blocks and the timber bottoms to stil'i'eri theru.     This had the  desired     effect, and after thirty minutes- pumping on the jacks the tower  had  a decided  leaning  look.      There  j were camera fiends by the score post  | cd on  the south  side of the scene c.t  operations.        At .exactly 4 o'clock a  cry was heard, "there she goes'U' and  tne  /companies   betore  commencing uipeia .  ,.        ���������      '..   i   4i ,���������  .--<     uv ���������    the huge  mass,    silhouetted   against  turn  -a--posited   the sum  oi   inly  thou- h ������  sand  doii.irs     with lhc  C'oiiiiiiixs'ciici-s  ���������un   s'i(:rl,-.L':e     which  they created in  the supply  gOi.l'  Th  wait.".-  hy sonic means.  w;i;cr al   til11" join  would   be made  I  intake of thp  gpneral passenger agent of these lines 'cue college acting by itself cun cfiiH;t  uig,"  he  says,   "has   been  practised  from the time of  Adam and  Eve. In  ioroc  countries  it  has been   practis-  now act as Mr. Brown's assis-  Mr. Brown was from JSS7 un-  til loi!7 district passenger agent for  the company at Vancouver, where he  was later exclusive agent. In ^90.1 he.  wC-rit to iMontreal to .assume the duties of superintendent of the sleeping  dining and' parlor car department of  the company's service.   -u���������       ���������   .  j   Victoria,   Nov.   27.���������(Special)���������The  more  than  in America,  and  there   C. P. R.   it  is understood,   are con tern-  no evidence that   these  nations   '  iS  have been  much afflicted with  sumption-.���������'   Horse  sense may       al-  ways  be  expected  fram red-blooded,  potent Yalc^-New York Sun.  i plating removing  thc car shops  and  c'-"- i round  house from Wellington to  Vie-  any great reform, but that some progress hns already been made at Cornell, where lhe expense of maintain-  in ir football bus been hammered down  from  $20,000  to SlfUHiO  a year.  It is -clbvions that lhc salvation of  football dcionds upon the cut Urrg ol'r ^"i^5  at the earliest possible moment, the  business end of :t lhat 'is involved in  the gate receipt feature. That this  remedy win pr.-.vc ellicacious there  car.- hc little doubt. Rowing, which  is thc! cieanes.1 of an ihe sport*, owes  ils purity in a large degree, no doubt  ...   ,,     ,,.       ,.    -,, ,.,. i v..������_��������� ������.an<  Novcmt^r skv, with the cur  with Hie Ninuma laik!    . ���������  is  a nuanuilcc  that laui of s',ra>'  frora  lhc     ^^  ������ccy  horseshoe fails ior a background, was  seen to describe     a graceful curve in  its downward     sweep and bury itself  with a cannon-like  botni  in the rush-  . . ., ,   ,,,    !���������>���������.,.   0���������,i ing waters of     the rapids.     Just be-  ntv watcrwoi! s      and   tlu������   PaiK   ami ,,,.,',  ,,',,.        ,-,  ., ,    ,    ���������.r,w,i   (r> ''ore  lire shaft     struck   tho water it  ,i\llie   River  Haiiwav      bad  receded   to  j      .        ,       ,   . ,   ;,,  ,   ,.,,,, a,.������������������. ),���������,, was seen to break near the shore sec-  n {such  a low level  that somcth.ng had ���������  V        ,     , ,     ,. . ���������     .,     ,���������������������������,i 4i,;.. tion.        rlhe iorce of the impact sent  to      be done      to  raise      it,   and tins  , ,    , , ,;,i���������      o-m a great mass; of roch and  water high  scheme hud l.v-H-n siigg-csi-^I  as a sun-      .������< ,     ,b  .   .,      ,..,.    ,,,,  , , n,��������� into tac  air     and  the lewer staging  pie  wav .nit, of  the dilliculty  by "Mr. . . b   a  m-onortional   to the f W,.������������������ '   Randolph    the  eminent engi- crumbled  mo a con.uscd   mass    and  1    l ^-"i    ������c������t of     Chicago, whose expert o-pin-  ���������* ������"*ept through    he gap between  ������l i,���������  had beer sought.      He was engi-'  the ������horo and    ho fallen shaft   while  i P4\     i-.|,-���������,������������������ ii,.,:���������    t'ht latter     sctUi>'l instantly mto its  ncer  in charge  of the  <- lncago  Plain-  a-c Canal and other great works. cesigned p.ace on. the nver-ihed:  ���������Nover, her     3.  1005 Will be remem- Iin^-atCy following the fall 0'the  ,   ,      .     ..       ���������;U,��������� shait the water m the intake rose to  hered a������   a     great day bv the people ,                     .  of Niagara Fa������s as M.c dav the tow-  a lpvel  r'carl-v     ^elvc lliches hf,e  er  feu."     This      dav   had been   looked   tl,an ,:oriu"J-        lh,s Was considered  ri-at  ea-erness  not satisfactory  and can be improved   on.  was  apparently  amount (if spotlcdncss otsi'rvct,!.  Both in the size and the frequency  of s.,iar storms there is a diversity  in maxima,.  the basement  ���������Thc  greater   part  oi  of the school building- has been     ec-i  merited     and    Contractor  Nicholson  to  have,   the  work   fmis-Jicd    by ,  ie\t.    During weather like :'"y  ������'>" lh(,su interested in hydraulics  dry  basement   will  be ap- '��������������� engineering,  but thc general pub-  preciated  by  the ehiklren.  l,v   forward to  with  Wednesday  tori a. Only an emergency centre will to the fact that it "as always been  be maintained at the former men- free from the baneful gate receipt in-  tioned place. fluence,  and  it costs  many   thousands  gHw?w%-a^^,aigM&;i^i^fcl.'.'r!^  of dollars  to  keep   np a college navy,  yet college regattas  are  today a recreation  and  rrot  a business.       What  can he done on the water can l;c done  orr the gridiron The pigskin'must  learn a lesson 'from the shell.  Engineer     Randolph was very  well  pleased  with the result, as  were  the  .,   ,        ,       .,""' """J!,���������,"*'park and city officials,  lie. so  thai     when the announcement,1 -������-.   '   ,.,   ,  i ,    ,,   , ,,i i,��������� i     lhe shait s?ttiec   ufi  'was made that     the tower would be  tipped  over some time during shc afternoon of November  9, interest was  'aroused  to such   an  extent  that sev-  _  !enii      thousand   spectators assembled ; ,ie/^eme(|icfl  'io wiriuss the remarkable experiment  Resides   Engineer   Randolph    there  were park and  water  commissioners,  pon an obstruction of     some kind  in the riverbed,  I leaving an ungainly hump in the cen-  ! Ire. but. it     is thought that this can  |    On     the     whole the experiment is  considered    a success, and the condi-  j tions at the     ihtak-o are vastly  im-  Sieved ...... i i Ij i_Ll  /*i. r  ,     \  I >, ��������� O.ULY LEDGER  IHE DAILY LEDGER  pBb'.isned   every day except Sunday.  BY       THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  [' i        OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  ��������� SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  ,, 10 cents -a month-,    $5  per year   in  ,. ,.   advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  ; -    pi cation.  ���������MONDAY.  NOV.,  "f<,  1905  'A CHANCE FOR  ���������STONY  THROWERS.  db  ���������-.o ���������  That living in glass houses is not  an idle dream is shown by Frank T.  Pc . ins. ui his ��������� article on Mullein  'Ai r'.-ican glass houses," in the Technical World JMasa/.ine. i\*>r Perkins  'describes     some  recent stiuctuies of  f  Sh.s   clmiaciei   in  Des  Momcs,   as loi-  lOVS.:  These buildings were designed by  .C. E. Eastman, a wei'-known architect,  oi' i>i.'s Moines,  Iowa, whose ul-  i' pa:   oi     glass  wall     construction  in-  cii; u\s the     use vs. nuiL-white, opales-  cenl      wire glass   one-quairtcr      inch  th'-h, securely lixed in two steel vertical  divisions,  which are parallel and  ."laced     together     for the puipose of  fit:.;cniiig.        'Ihese diUsiojis ai'c sup-  ���������por'eil at the floors by brackets nv-  etfi to the steel channels of the  floor conjunction. The wall thus  consists of two ij'azed screens sepa-'  ra.Jii by afoot of dead air space,  jwhich aftortd insulation- against heat  co'il or bound to as&ieat an. extent  |as wovicl a solid brick wan of the  Bi me thickness. The double vertical  Id., usions aie spaced about four feet  ' a'art.' 'lhe two glass screens are  t' ansluccnt to any degree desired, so  t". :.t, in case where windows are not  necessary for vicwirg 1he landscape,  4hey may be dispensed wilh altogether, provided the building would warrant the. installation of mechanical  ventilation nnd lidting. The exterior  e'Uvt is that of a marble wa������ with  or  without windows."  BIAViD 5PENCER  (Nanaimo) Ltd.  Something Doing on Saturday  (NANAIMO iMADE)  $3.00 Miners^ Shoes for $200  Sizes 5 to 10  We purchased the entire slock of Nanaimo Factory Mining Shoes  at a, very low figure,  which allows us  tc, mal* the extraordinary!  of.er.   These have always been classed as first class shoes, in fact  '.ba\e proled lo be the supcrio "-" of ail others.     The regular whoic-  .sale pnee was  $2.25,  the retail price   was  $2 73  aid  $3 00.      Our,  i puce���������Sale starts t |  Saturday, per Pair $2.00  BUY ONE. TWO,  OR THREE PAULS.  YOl"I.I- SAVE MONEY.  I ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  Best accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and fishing in near vicinitj.  BAR SUl'PLIMD "WITH BBS-!  WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS*  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor  LADYSMITH, B. C  Esquimalt  & Nanaimo Railway  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������*������������������  Time Table No. ������7,  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  PORTLRND  JOHN GOGO.PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked  EFFECTIVE SATURDAY, OCT. 21st, 1905.  Trains leave Ladysmith for Victoria and all intermediate stations    at  9.10 a.m. daily,  aid at 4.00 p.m. on Wednesdays,     Saturdays   and   Sundays.  Trains leave Ladysmith lor "Wellington and all intermediate stations  at 11.57 A.m. daiiy, ami. at 6.00 p.m. on Wedii* days, Saturdays and  Sundays.   ,  EXCURSION TICKETS ON SALE TO AND FROM ALL STATIONS  good for going jouney Saturdays and Sundays, returning not later than  tke f������ll������wi������fc Mvadar. I/K i        I  -Steamer Joan  pre  \mg$ on Saturday  The board of school trustees held  a meeting m the city hall on Satur-  -, tidy evening last. The only business  'liansacted was the passing of ,   the  regular monthly  accounts.  .- Read tiie advertisement  of Mr.  W.  , 3T. Turner in this issue. Hc is an expert' on fitting trusses and is endorsed by the leading medical men of  ���������Vancouver and Victoria. If so unfor-  Hunatc as to be troubled with a rupture it is worth your while to sec  iT.Ir. Turner while he is here and try  on one of the Heard trusses.  Subscribers who do not receive the  "Ledger regularly will' confer a favor  Km the publishers if they will drop a  [post-card to that eflect, or leave  i\vord at the office. Every effort is  3nade to have papers delivered regularly, but it Is not always possible.  U" we are not notified that a paper is  lot regularly dclhcrcd we have no  rway of knowing this and correcting  he mistake.  irvjj j^iitiuit  WM VAMaiUWMl.lWSMIW  $20 &l$25 Mens' Suits $1175  $15&$18 Mens'Suits $p.75 ���������  Our Victoria House purchased     -i7'3 Mens' Suits at Half Price. They  cc nsist of double breasted and ^acque     coats  made from  the  finest '  -^jgp v/oisted   and.Scotch  Tweed, and yon-H  find no better  fitting  gar-  "^73% merits or better made suit anywhere.    You'll pay dscwhcieexact-  5* 'y the regular prices'as we mentioned.   Our      allowance     was  85  affl    Suits and will be on Sale Saturday morning.  $i5'and $!8.o6  , Suits For  $9.75  $20 and $a5  Suits For  $n.75  'I UK AMOVE  OFFERINGS ARE THE  BEST EVER OFFERED  ON   VANCOUVER ISLAND.  There's .Sure to be Something  Doing Saturday at  3S  The New Western Hotel  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board.  Our Bar is' newly fUtedup and well supplied and is in char ���������   - .f  JOS. PELLlGRINELLi  Sails-{ram Ladysmith for Vancouver every Saturday at G.00 a.m-. and  returmiag sails fr*at Vancouver     {or  Ladysmith at 2.30 p.hi.  -.ir  !!'    '    I    I  1-1,1  86 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 T.F.A, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied with the Best  Liquors and Cigars.  Wines, 1st Avenue,:-: ���������-'��������� >'��������� Ladysmith B.C.  RESTAURANT  Cor. 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  1VI tate 35c and Upward  n������  z* Nanaimo, Limited  A  SIGHT  TO  SEHOIC-.  ^ ~~ ...������.,  ^ Charges mineral*. 'Sv fee ti'.l patent is secnrcc:  1        Letters strictly t,Ti5J;t:nl.i<il.   Addrecs.  IE. G. SiGGERS. ??\mi Ln-vycr, 'Washington, C. C  1.1. X-r^Mfei:.- P.-'i-:-:-'*?  The   best 1  Boot of its  even  produced  at any;-,  thing ii ear I  its price-  f<*5  tSf  m  *"%  L.  ]2k "isr  .       Cu.  Lcckic's 0 in Prospector's B*\  Hoots .(as cut) have upper of Wa  waterproof Chrome grain lea- pfe.  leather, and rawhide outside IIS,  courvter. They are finished for pjf  service- with wine tip, hack |������������  ���������bellows  tongue, sii- K������  Look npvrnrd to the nsaro ('.011:0,  Where sans and planuth ara at lionn  j\.ni wheic lhe uloads ut. i-lonVJio t wm  Look outward to the billowy saa.  Where hvkosics l'or you and mo  Drift i-uililei-k-s-. and will nut ha  Diveeln1. to some port v. hur������ we  May i;et thiar golden carguc^ tree.  Look upward to the mountain top,  Prom which an avul.mc.hu may drop  Look down the street a mile or so,  Where people ooinc and people go  In buuIi a tocsins; thai they hPiaii  The llothaia ot n bwollon stream.  Look into windows whero Hit: gold  And ]oweli oi the new and old  Are ������et in glutei ing array  For those who have the cash tc pay.  Look nt some, passing carriage ,whiii  May make you wish that you were rich.  Ijook anywhere���������that is to say,  Look anywhure except her way���������  For, lo. here conies what we'd coneoaL  4 dumpy woman on a wheell  And r.id you erer?  Oil. n:������'    Oil. mj-l  Colds  i  It should he "borne in mind that  every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and prepares the  system for Uie more serious diseases, among which are the two  greatest destroyers of human life,  pneumonia and consumption.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won its great popularity by its  promot cures of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent ��������� cure: It counteracts  any tendency toward pneumonia..  Frice 25c, Urge Size 50c.  J  Best accommodation for  transient  tnd 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 up-  w \rds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  n>Blaaaa������ :���������*-: :������: "������������������: >-��������� "Ladysmith  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Hates ?1.25 and$1.50���������  Free bus .to all eteamboat landings and  railway depots.   Electric cara every Ave  minutes to all parts of  the city.   Bar  and table.unexcellcd.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT ST., VANCOUVER B, C.  TO FERNIE,   B. C.  Read Down Read Up  9 p.m. IjV. Victoria Arr. 4.00 p. 111.  S.oop. m. Lv. Seattle Air. 9.00 a.m.  9.21 p. mj' Arr. Everett Arr. 7.30 a.m!  9.3a a. m. Arr. SPOKANE Arr 7.45 p.m  6.25 p.m Arr.   Rexford   Arr 12.30 p.m.  S.xo   p. m, Ar.    Elke   Arr.  10:42 a. m.  9.00 p.m. - Arr.    Pernie  Lv.9.55 a, m.  ONE NIGHT  T* all Kootenay Points ,  -TWO   NIGHTS   f  To - ' Winnipeg, aad' St. Paul  Close Connections  For -   Chicago, Toronto.  Montreal and  All Points East & West  Acetylene     Lighted     Cars,  -   Family Tourist' Sleepers, ,  ��������� Palace Sleeping Cais  .  Dining,    Cars (Meals a  la  Caite).  Lihrary Observation     Cars  Through     tickets and hag-  gage checks to all points.  Steamship Tickets  For tickets, Imaps, berths  reservations     and complete  information    call on or ad-  ���������y    "dress,  S. Q. Yerk������s       E. R. Stephen  A.G.R.A. G.A.G.N. Ry  Seattle Victoria, B.C.  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor. Government and Yates Sts.  VICTORIA, B C   ,  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  3  J  I  THE JONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Clock from Depot.)  GAT ACRE   STREET-      Ladysmith.  ilA  8r\L������iAH"  Leads Them    ASS  IN QUALITY  "Under New Managment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnell &Woobank  Proprietors,  Modern and     Strictly First Class.  Commercial Mens' headciuartcrs.  Fire Proof    BuildiBjj.  -:o:-  R. P.RITHET.l  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA. :���������::���������:   ���������-. .���������: :���������B.C  HOTEL LELIHO  (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 Granville, and..-.Hastings  streets- Telephone,'lr*..; ���������%������������������'- ���������'..-���������-/���������'���������������������������:���������  HENRY'S NlRSfRIES  NEW CROP���������  Home Grown &  Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD    and FLOWER  SEEDS.    ,  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS, ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS;    For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  8010 Westminster Road,   Vancouver.  One of which Is the famous   ''North  Coast Limited"  Tickets on sale to al* Eastern  and  Southern points at lowest rates.   ���������  Up-to-date     Pullman    and    Tourist  sleepers     on  ail  trains.  Dicing  Car  service Unsurpassed.  Steamsiiip Tickets  on sale to  and  from all European Points.   Cabin accommodation res erved by wire.  CHRISTMAS   RATES  -EFFECT-  NOW    IN  For     further.  writ* the office.  A. D.  Chariton  A.G.P.A.,   N.P.  Portland, Ore".  particulars    call 01  Phone Main'156.  E.   10.  Blackwood  , I  ,        General Agent  Victoria, B.C  PAINTING,        PAPEKI1ANQINQ  ETC.  Work dene properly and at rl^tr.  prices. Shop and residence in rear  of Ladysmith Hotel.  J. E. SMITH, Prop  f."*"^^--"^.'*^.*^.''*-^.''*-'  H6C1TYMSRK6  '   R. Williamson Prop  rst. Avenue  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  tfr-f  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, QOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  UAOYSTVilXH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  Ladysmith B. C 1CLERM0NT UVINGSTON  ���������     ��������� '- General Manager.  P>4  fM>  stav, full  Wi  Vcr c',"(-'ie,s and stud hooks.  $M     A  look     at tlio   picture will  $|p convince     you  that  . they are  ~jk "tiie goods for the west  eosl 11 q more than ordinary  Boots and may be had from  any o-ood dealer.  They m  WM. MUNSIE, President J. W.  COBURN, Man.  Director  I, Telephone"^.  The   Ladysinith   Lumber Co  Ltd.  MILLS   A.T   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH���������Shlngles a  Specialty.  -���������Manufacturers     of���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc , of the Best Quality.  Seasoned  and  Kiln   Dried   Flooring     and  Finishing    LunVt la: Stock  ���������^���������^^���������^���������j'-feft"-"^*!'-"^'^  W. J. WATSON,  Sraeiter Manager.  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 er individually.  I ���������advsmith.  MISS BERTRAM,  b b:  G  c5MONEY TALKS/-  ./,  AS LOUD TO US AS ANYOIsE.  IF YOU ARE PAYING CASH FOR YOUR MEAT YOUR COLLARS W  ILL GO FURTHER if YOU BUY FROM US  Gash Prices Oannot 3e Beaten-���������-  PANNELL  &   FLASKET1  Ladysmith  O. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  ^        W*        B.   C  If you like���������-  A smooth, easy shave, an even,  well-finished beard trim, a good  hath, or a stylish -Hair-cut.  You will g������ to  LADVSMITH SHAVING  PARIORS  HIGH STREET.  Ar������ You  Going East  Then b������ sure your tickets read tU  thc  NORTH WESTERS  LIME  The only line new making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Pacifit  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, TH*3  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE ''FASTEST-TIME.  : BETWEEN:   ;.;.        :', / ;\  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.  PAUL,: CHK ;  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  ���������For complete information ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General  i gent,  7*20 2nd Ave., Seattle.  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED AND FRESH,  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orders takes for Pastriss to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  ��������� Deaers in  Pianos and  gains ..  HARTLEY   GISBORNE  Member  Can.   Society  of   Civil Engineers  Member Institution of Electrical Engineers,^ England  Member Internatioual Electrical Congress   at St. Louis, 1904  ���������Electrical Engineer���������  P. O. BOX 357, .  , ,     ,    , ,     ,,        LADYSMITH, B, 0.  TORY  Mannfacturersofthe Famous  CUBAN BLQSSOn  None bu   STmoni Labo^   Employed  IT J. BOOTH, Prop  Ladysmith, B.C  ''"*������������������ti���������-mist  Dr. Dicr can be fouad at any tlnie  at his office on High sfcrci'h' His dental work is guaranteed l0 be first-  class and rates reasonable at.  HILBERT  ^  %; DAILY LEDGER  !..    Ml  iiki irmin  K-UUMMMi  [Union  Brewing Co  nanaimo   b. c.  flanuf acturers of the  i  G RE AT HIDDEN EOECE  THE ELECTRICITY IN THE AIR WHICH  MAY  BE STORED  FOR USE.  in jEritish Columbia  Lager Beer   and Porter ��������� CuannUed; Brewe"  from the   Best Canadian Malt   Run   Hops  4  i  f  ^ r\  anuiiigst  our      friends  mething   Special  A."y'f������.r ago���������My!-how time flies!     we  distributed  C UVE NIR NEEDLE CASES  'r..-e' oi cliarge.      If you rcc   ehed      one you know    what  kaniy   companions  they  are      This year  wc repeat the  offer. Cut this'out and mail ator.ee wilh yo������r name and  address��������� Act quickly!  ' I ilI I Hil ' '111    i i ���������'���������--'-������-������-���������-*-������-���������������'������������������^���������" 1"1'    "       *f^i^  A MAZK .01 KUixb  Sir We have     ne\cr   shown a  -,        finer collection of Hearth li Rugs  than wis seasc-irs stock cov  '}   pus.es.   The Girt Time is fast approaching.    Rugs arc  popular,  ') so li'ere'are a few prices.  j STAR Rugs,   AxmiiiSUi  in   pretty floral designs, size 2*7x00  $3,0,0 Each  I   AXM1NSTER     fine quality    Rugs,  handsome patterns,  r.ch coi-  "'   orings, 32x02  $5.5o Each  !?(_ Wilton-Rugs  arc  deservedly  famous      for  their wearing qualities  .. -Size 27x54.   ' .    , I,       V.! J.i -' .' - ' ���������     ,  | $6.oOEach  V  nun   .in'   mm.    i    . iiBi..ni,i'l'.i..'i;.',i"..i.J.lll''S>^  ���������-������������������-���������-���������- ���������7iiU������'<MV������irfiV������������-ii:iVii ���������i"inrv i'i     '       ".'.���������������������������^pgy  mars' Drilling Machines,  "de to order and Repaired at short   notice.   Drill Sharpened by n= *  tys gives satisfaction. Picks handled and repaired.  Sstiipsmittiing   in aJ1       its Bran Vies  I        Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmitns.  |        R. LAWSON B  fuller Street   -   -   -    -    Ladysmith, B C  ,v������'-  ��������� ���������-������������������"������- ���������-������������������������������������-��������������� ���������������������������������-  * LAD/SMITH TRANSFER CO.   -1  IPIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD    * UKNITURT MOV- 4  ' ED PROMPTLY A  ND  SAFELY.     4  l mm     j  Stables in the rear of thc Lad ysmith hotel.     Leave orders at   the       <  1  Abbots  ford.  WILLIAMS AH)   V \ 5 *i ������ f  >>4.+4~*4i+4- 4 ���������"H-H-4+* + +���������*������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������ ���������  >f+M4>+������-   ������  LIVERY, BOARDING AND      ������  J  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK A  SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  Evidences That It Ia In the .Atmosphere.  It* Eii'uct Upon Individuals���������The Bcue-  Cts Which It Will Iu lho Near Future  Bestow Upon Mankind.  It is a scientific fact that the atmosphere  oontains jnoro or Jes������ t'lecsricity at all  times. Over a century ago Benjamin  Franklin gave a practical demonstration  of this truth by drawing u current of electricity from the upper atmosphere through  a kite Other- experimants of a similar  nature resulted in thc death of several ex-  [���������ei'inientci'.'i, they having unwisely lost  iiyht of lhe fact that it was necessary to  nave some protection in the shape of in  sulatiori in ease.of an overcharge.  These experiments have proved beyond  iloubt that, electricity may be drawn from  tho atmosphere by simple means, all of  winch have'been long understood and are  ;uitc natural; moreover, wo know that it  ',i easier to obtain this current under some  ���������iMimxplierlc conditions 1 han others Dry  ur n a iioiicoiKluelurand moist air n gu-.jil  ������}iuliset(ir of thih vuluai.le invisible power,  iml the givi'.Tost ainor.nr, of electricity is  uund when  the tit.mtispliuru i������ churned t<r  ��������� I.-.I111I capacity wilh moisture  Kleeirieiiy is fhuv. 11 111 lhe phenomena  ii Uu.'.ulurKlOi'uifa. in die ili^lit electritii-a  .011 rn the arr during clear weather anil  n llu: arinira  UiiriiiK the ruininil display it. has been  ins-lbk-. o\vinj.������ to the abundance of dec-  .;i-'.;y in tin* air. 10 work telegraph lines  .-.! Irausmit mch^ages for long di.slanees  iiilirtii the aid ol 11 battery The most  l-.iiftlbie theory   nl   tiie aurora  is  that, of  ��������� rankliii. (hat'it is caused by eleclr-ic dis-  'I'iii-gcs in rhe nptiei air, resulting Ironi  jittering cleel rie.'il emnlilliiiis ot tiie cold  ���������n* of the polai ivgninsund   tho warmer  rreamsol   air and \apoi rinsed   from  the  . ejin  by evapdrallon 111 ti-opreal nitrons  ll'i's perienilly iinder-iood tliar the clear  li-iibov'e the earth is pusilr.vly electrified  ii-.!, lhat the  air at "the earth's surlace ih  n'gatively eleel rilled nnd ll* volume mens  ;ivd by its   potential Horn a   point  above  ire earth to that at I lie .-iirlaeo. while lhe  ir between 1 be  upper  mid  lower   layer*  or vis to keep 1 beoppn-.iici'liarges separate  It  in   usually lound   lhat   in cloudy or  amy weather the chartie is ol   a negariM  'aaraetor  and   with  clearing   weallier   r  h.myes to piisitne. any definite change 11  , ho    elect! leal    condition^    indrcaling    1  ���������liangc ol weather .conditions  Atmospheric  conditions must  ueeessn  ily play 11 very  essential  part in the elec  ^rrcal potential     Thrs berng  so irncertan  .mil weather conilifioirs  so changeable. 1  any never be possible to obtain a eonsrtuil  or any given t'levatiion. but  ltjs  possibh  'o &o'govern the  current draivn Ironi   tin  ���������loutls or a clear sky by passing it to cart!  h re ugh lightning arresters or possibly re  MMnncu coils  Chat by the  time   it rcache  lhe desired point its potential would be si  ���������.-educed as to allow its charge to be utilized  'ti charging storage batteries  Now, it may be said that under ilu  ���������mist adverse conditions thecurrent would  'io found too weak lo bo of value, but i  believe that, even under such condition?  there would bo sufficient electricity gath  died to continue in lorce that previously  stored without failure or loss of power  provided the capacity ot storing rs sufli  cient to meet tho wants of an emergency  ot ilns character.  This would urovide against the unstable  atmospheric element, und, (.he periods and  conditions under which its greatest vol  ume exists being known, extra precaution  and provision must be made lor storing lot  future use  It is contended by some that tho ocean  ���������ilTords the best I'acilitieslorgnthuriiig and  storing thir valuable power 1 con I end  that altliiitiuh the ocean may be the bet  ajr  conductor, it would be   more difficult  u\j o ..���������****������ .  is always an easy matter to carry a current to moist soil arid there do thc storing  Besides, there are in addition to be gathered  the earth currents and that artificially generated by tho thousands of dynamos, etc.,  which is ol itself to.iay a vast power'and  rs hardly ut.rliy.ed U.4urc the power is lust  Thurs is, nothing to prove that a current  when once sot in motion cannot be controlled and made ������ permcocut power Its  lorce. it itorcd. may be used over and over  again if a proper conductor rs provrded  alter it has performed its work to carry it  to a reservoir or storage piant'for. future  use  Have you ever thought of tho great  volume ot electricity which our atmosphere contains? Wo inhale with every  breath a-sufficient quantity to strengthen  and invigorate us Jt is one of the most  important elementia There is nu ebb  and Hood wave to onr atmosphere which  is similar m its action to tho tides-of  the ocean Its maximum pressure oc  curs at certain hours of the day and  night and its minimum at opposite hours  When the pressuro 13 at its minimum the  electrical force of our bodies is least, and  at such times we are greatly enervated  and weakened, and at periods of excessive  humidity similar effects in our physical  condition ni:;y be observed When the at  ijiosphero is thoroughly saturated, it is a  more perfect conductor, and the current  readily leaves us lor that offering tho least  resistance All these forces tend to show  and prove that there is an electrical dis  charge from iwie substance to another, and  Hilly demonstrates that'it needs but tho  cest conductor to gather and a proper receptacle to store tho electric Otiiti which  uon������t:intly surrounds us  iaciuful experimenters tiro already em  ployed 111 devising a plan for gathering  und storing atmospheric electricity, and 1  am confident, from tho progress already  attained rn tins lino that it will not bo  many years before atmospheric electricity  can bo propijrly stored and utilized, taking  the place of till lighting, heating and mo  tor power employed at the present day  The possibilities u.ud uses to which this  power may be applied are innumerable ' I  aspect to fun it used in every house in as  ������:inplo 11 manner ns gas or water, so that  it shall be within the reach of the poor us  well as tho wealthy  1 The earth ami atmosphere were given to  men mice and hugs for useful purposes,  '.he earth has responded to many ol their  wants, and now, as science progresses and  we are becoming more enlightened, the  possibilities of atmospheric (|iiiiliiies and  i|uaniities are open lor experiment.���������K  H   Dunn iu North American licviow  Excuse ISnongrli.  **"Ei*e spoke very harshly'of yon yesterday."  "I can't blame him. He owes im  Hjoney and hasn't any -way of paying  ft."���������New Orleans Times-Democrat.  Stus-e Money.  Time is stage jaoney to the man -who  Is out on the highway in quest ol a  Job.���������Judge.   -j.? i  (_|j j    Be Wantea to Know,       t j"jjj������^  reifiaga'^.TMinfr^  J?, a^   vk  IT PAYS TO BUY  ������ is       j  T-reaeix>33ai>.T-���������   Bjg Price Reduction on   Ladies' Suits  and  Separate Skirts  lie���������Why does a woman always shed  tears when she is happy?  She���������She doesn't.  He���������"Well, why doesn't she?���������New  York World.  T-  The Etei-mal Feminine.  She had been through school and college  And coulS write herself A. B.;  She had studied a profession  "WTiich had added an Al. D.;  She had dwelt.in college settlement*  And had clear, decided views  On political developments.  And shc read.the daily news.  But she still remained all feminine  Despite acquired lore.  Bho could never meet a woman  "Without noting all sho wore.  L       ���������Tudor Jenlta ia jtfarper'a Bazar.  it cious not ronow that because a veil  has been rained upon it is a ruinec",  veil. By carefully removing it from  the hat, in order not to tear tbfc lncflh.i  nrrd then pinning it over a pillow tho  Impromptu bath will sometimes prove  rather a blessing, and .the original  freshness will be restored.  I Ladies Suits, 5   Only, from   $10 to $22 will   be  Sold from Today until the end of this Week.  for $500  Separate Skirts, Some Beauties, Just Arrived by  Express,  From $5 to $/0 Each  1 ci**t������iistuYMrakwi]jc������������..������ -,j'n.M-������'*Li������~������tjmi__  Misses'Skirts in  Black, Grey Blue, Brown and  Fawn,  '    From %2-00 to %400 tadi  Ladies' Waists and   Neckwear.   The nicest  you  would wish to see, at very low prices.  u������cstnrnnR!n:  9aa���������mx*ammtrmmgm  COUPONS  GIVEN  AWAY      W'TH   EVERY  PURCHASE. THIS  WILL  GIVE YOU A CHANCE TO GET SILVERWARE      AND  JEWELRY  FOR  CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FREE OF CHARGE  NOTICE!  From      this  data  the  undersigned  will  not be  responsible for any in-  rlehlcdness     incurred except on      ������  written orner signed hy the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V. I.  EXPLORATION & DEVEL  OrMENT CO., LTD.  M"on Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18tb, 1905.  BOOTS and SHOES  AT RIGHT PRICES  S. Weinrobe,  niGI-I STREET,  LADYSMITH, B.   C.  ��������� Repairing and Making to  Orddr a Specialty  THOflAS   MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  6Q   "YEARS'  fur EXPERIENCE  Ail  LADYSMIT   I  i '    *���������'  |pH0iNE 66  ������  I  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING    - ?���������:   ^  Woodland Bark for Sale ^    ^j  i'sUGGIES FOR HIRE ���������:���������:  :���������: See J. KEMP, or leave orders .vitb  R &   ADAM  rPIRST AVENUE  tin.  L  'PHONE 2-4.  ���������) W. SILER. -  IkEMEKAL LXPEESS AND  J DELIVERY  jl        WORK PROMPTLY TV>���������>���������*-":  !"    Lexve orders at the Abhotsford.  ;Dr. R. B. Dier  m. r. mmn  Solicitor, Ete.  to  loan  t Avenue  LADYSM )  Surgeon Dentist  Job  Trade "Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anvoiic sonatiiK n sltctoh nnd rieacrhillon inn������  aulcklj- iiaccrtiilii our oplmoii freo ivfieUie.- aii  ('-.?uullon ts vrotinlily iniicntablo. Cominuiilo.i-  LionsMrictlvconrSdeiiMrtl. 1 lundboobon intents  r,c;it, 11 iiu. Oldont ('.-.-oiicj Tor tet-unn^r'Hoiits.  I'ntoiila t.'ikeu tlirouirli Muim k Co. receive  9F������..-:i<!'. notice, v. itliout c'l.-inro. In the  \ haiidsoii'olv iIIjtjIratei weekly I.iriroit clr-  rtuauo:i of :iiiv hcientliic .1ot:rnai, '1 eriii.s, ?3 a  r������.ir loin-mof.tUa. ^.l. SolU l������S"i'lTiowsdenlcra.  {���������.BriV?.5  p ein on,D.-^..-..  ""Ir......Vps-lr  Chamberlain's  !  U-SSi.  V. 3GIBr.in-l.-av, fjai/i {CiTU  WANTED-liy Chicafro wholesale  liousc, spscial reiiresentative (man or  woman) Cor each pro\ nice in Canada.  Salary $20 00 and expenses paid  wcclrly. Exircnse money advanced.  Eusin'iSs successful; position 'nerma-  iimt. No inveslincut rc'jiiueil. Pre-  \io'JS cxireneace not essoniial to engaging.  Address Manager, 132 Lake Street,  Cbicaeo, 111., U.S.A.  Cotigfi liCiaedy  The Children's Pavorite-  ���������CURES���������  Coug-hs, Colds, Croup and  Whooping- Cough.  This remedy is famous for it? euros over  ftliit-KC Piirt of (ln> civilizwl world. It cm  always lio de)>oniIcd uiiim. It contains no  opium or oilit>r lmrraful drat; and may lio  giVL'ii us cuiuidcully to u bnbj as tu au adult  Price 25 cts; Larue Sise, 50 cts.  >#.-s*>i**���������tra*Hr. ������w<  MMN  jfr������"!>T:!7  Done. Promptly and  WELL  AND  Its    Great   Resources  No pari of  Liiitish Columbia today oilers so many advantages to the  investor as docs  VANCOUVER  ISLAND.  Its vast  and varied natural wealth lias never been  as  yet thoroughly  appreciated by reason of thc fact  that it has never   been  pro mien Uy laid  before  the public. -  COAL GOLD  TIMBER S1LVKR  FISH IRON  'GAME ' COPPER  Its Vast Agricultural Resources  Its land, when properly cleared,    will grow almost any product of the  soil known  to  man,  WHEAT  OATS  RYE  vegetables  of:  all kinds;  APPLES.  PRUNES  At  Office  PEARS  A WONDERFUL  SOIL  FOR  SM ALL     FRUITS    AND      BERRIES.  The Canadian Pacific Company will   adopt   a liberal   land   policy,   and  tht     1,500,000  acies controlled     by    them will be disposed of on rcason-  61e  terms to actual settlers  Government lands can be secured   arrd     money can be made by  those  who desire a new home in  a country  possessing the  BE5T CLIMATE  In the World  otiee  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;  where hundreds of great colliers come in  each  year.  LADYSMITH  a beautiful Harbor,  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. 686, F.  0. E.     :���������:        :-:        ;-:        :-j  f,    AU work guaranteed, and at ren-son-  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  ������ able rates. ������ 3rd Tucsday at 7-30 P-m-   Worthy   |  Higll St. LadySinit ll  President-  B. Foreimmer;     Worthy  Secretary, C* H. RummingB.  ;x       0J������ESI AT ALL HOURS. .      "      .    "  1st     Avenue  IT IS THE   JUNCTION OF THE-     LINE    FROM    VICTORIA  TO  VANCOUVER,  and will continue to  grow iu  '.mportance as the Island is  developed. I  ���������'Subscribe Ior and read TIM DAILY LBDGfiR, LADYSMITH, B. C.  Attention is called to ';he  fact that the  lOgllvie   Flour Hills Co.,   Limited  makers  of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR,     have for some time  past been producing flour in a  Tastly  improved and purified form  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control ol   all the basic patents relating thereto, tal<e. this opportunity of advising   the  public  that any unauthorized users of the electrical   flour purifying processes -will be prosecuted.  |������ Ogilvie SIotu.' Mills CoEapasiy Limited  If  |f &v& *Ii9    ottly    miUersin. Cauada wliosa     Plour  1$ s -3-1 .nFioi by tiie    eloeVrio process  i * I  i  11  THE   DAILY   LEDGER  171  \k  13? ���������-���������'":  m  l.M :;  i  P:::  IS*--  "333EC  L illl  "Have your Xmas Photos taken NOW. j  St'rrho  open   until  next  Mocdav.thc '  ������i.lh.  FRICKE  &   SCI1FNCK  1 have just received a good assortment of Colored Crepe Paper. Call  nt once if you want any before it  iv all gone. Ten cents a roll at  Krrrglrtjs Book Store.  Mr. am! Mrs. A. G. Pearson, of  Chemajnus, were in the city yestcr-  ' ~y.  Kippered Herring at Simon Leiser  & .Co.   Ltd.  Mr. W. XV.  i o yi'sterrlay  tn tins morning's Irain  lVaifceni  was  in   Nar.ai-  reliirinng to i}ie city  ���������Messrs II Hewlett and Geo. Gii-  3' --pii'. who were in Nanaimo Sunklay,  j i lurried   tins  morning.  Misses Ramsay and Coburn came  1 nek on the nine o'c'ock. train from  J  uiaiuio, where llicy spenL Satuulay '  Yesterday morning the members of  1'e Fire Brigade had their photo-  i r.i; lis Liken outside- the city hail.  A number of Ladysmith people al-  1 iidprl lhc Nanaimo Hockey 'dance orr  5 aiirrday evening "and report spend-  ir ; a -\ery emoyabic evening.   ���������  Kootenay  Steel  Range  Burns Coal, Coke  or Wood  Two sets of grate* **������  -; supplied   with   every  Kootenay Range���������one for cool and the other for coke or woodland the. floes are wide and deep, with no square comers, so that  the oshes and soot produced by soft fuels cannot clog up the  smoke and draft passages.  This feature of the Kootenay Range is ft decided success.  The grates are so easily changed that a boy can perform  the operation.  Sold by aU enterprising dealers.   Booklet free.  MFCIaryfc  London,      Toronto,  Vancouver,  Montreal,  St. John, N.B.  3"=  Coming  for Three   Nights  Buy your  Rubbers and Woolen Un-  rYrwear at Simon Leiser&  Co.'s Ltd  -Mr. R. Bairinglon, manager or the  j-.'gyptian Concert Company, -saivg at  ���������J he concert on Saturday and announc  ������ 'I ..that his company would be in "La-  Vl'-smilh again on Thursday.' Friday  ; rid Saturday,  of this week.  Tilr. Grant, wholesale jeweler of  3"ontreal, was visiting yesterday  ^ 'th Mr. B. Forcimmer and family.  1 'ie visitor expressed himself as am-  a ed with the general ��������� progress, of  r.iiish Columbia and the West gen-  ei illy.  Appointiments may he made at any  time for dental -worlc at Dr. Dior's  ,0-i High street   J     . st  ''"he Cherry Riiband, S- It. Crocket's  latest book, and The Passing of the  Race, by D W. Higgins, at Knight's  Be ok Store.   .  Di-ect From France���������Tooth, shaving,  hair   and   clothes   brushes.A splerwliid  as- ortment at the* Ladysmith  Phar-  rn; cy. ^  "1I0CKEV-  The long-lookcd-for hockey match  "bet >veen the hitherto invincible Vie-  to; ia seizor hockey team and the  N&. raimc gins played yesterday rc-  sul Led in a fiercely and evenly con-  teslecl draw, says the Herald of yester lay.  " lie match was considered to be tho  closest and test ever played in this  city. The "Nanaimo girls -appeared as..  pig iiics t-o their husky, athletic op-  poi c-nts, but they were grit to the  jim .ii.  "1 lie excitement among thc spectator ,- from the start was very in-  ten -e. Victoria scored the first goal  shortly after the start. Miss Cecil  Ka'-'dy, who played a magnificent  gar.ie all through,  scored  after a 'hie  ruii.       Nanaimo  bucked up' and  the   ' 0f the C.P.R.  S.S.  Co.,  in an intcr-  gaiiie waxed hot.-. Victoria had slight   view at Vancouver sa.d he expected  iy   the advantage-,-     but;could      not    the new .boilers for the Princess May  break through  the  local  defense. No   'would arrive at  Esquimau from   the  furLher scoring, was-done in. the   first   Clyde in March,  lie said:   "The    cx-  TITORSDAY,   FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVE.  RETURN   ENGAGEMENT   (BY REQUEST)  of the   POPULAR  and  IN  A  REPl'!l*TOTRE  OF ENTIRELY  NEW  ACTS   AND FARCE COM  EWES,  JUGGLING,  MAGIC,   SINGING   ami   ACROBATIC  ACTS.       HANDSOME   PRESENTS GIVEN  AWAY.  EACH   EVENING  A  Live Baby Will be     Given Away To The "Most Popular Man.  Ladies'   Wood-sawing   Contest.  PIE I"*<ATIN>   CONTEST.  BIG   SOCIAL DANCE  after    thc Show on  Saturday evening.  MUSIC   BY  LADYSMITH      CITY      BAND.  Saturday Souvenir Matinee  -ofto-  We HaveAH Colors  in your Size from  $510 TO SI2.S0  Boys' Heavy Overcoats in Tweed Effects  ftjl I������ $8.59  ���������������0���������������  Boys*   Reefers - A  Splendid   Coat   for  School  $1.25  Walters &  Akenhead  PLACER mining claims generally  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5, re-'  newable yearly.  A free mmer may obtain  two leases  to  dredge  for  gold  of   five miles  each Ior a term of twenty  years,  renewable at the descretion of the Minister of the Intsrior.  Thc lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from the  date of ths lease tor each five miles.  Rental, $10 per annum for each mile  of river leased. Royalty at the rate  of 2������ per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W. COP.Y,  Deputy  of the Minister of tho In-  'trior.  ton  BTO'&'--rrirV?ffl*WF'^tBBlB2  HEALTH AND  NOTICE. ____  ���������:o:���������  Notice  is   hereby   given   that    the  first sitting of the  Court   of Revision of the City of Ladysmith will ihe  held in the Council Chambers, 'Ladysmith,   on   Wednesday,   29th   November,  at 7   p.m. J- STEWART.  C.M.C  NOTICE.  Th'-  Same Popular Prices Prevail.  GENERAL  ADMISSION"- FIFTEEN CENTS Reserved  Seats,  25cts.  Over 800 pair of Mitts, Woolen  Gloves and Hose to select from at  Siir-.o-i Leiser &  Co.'s,  Ltd.  RUPTURE  NOTICE  struct   and  operate  the  undertaking |  or any    oilier Railway   Company     or i  Companies;  and' with  power 'to. sub-  Scribe     ior aiid   purchase   thc   stock,'  bonds, debentures or other securities  of any Railway Company; and to  exchange the stock or other bonds,  debentures or other securities of lire  company to be incorporated for thc  shares, slock, debentures, bonds or  other securities of any other Railway Company; and with power to  increase the capital of the Company  to be'incorporated; and .with powor  to issue shares as fully paid up; and  to borrow money on the Company's  assets by any form of security; and  with .power to promote any Railway Company or Companies, or to  aniKigamalc with any Company or  Companies; and with all the other  Accessary powers conductive to the  Carrying out of/the Company's undertaking.  Dated at Victoria, B. C, this 22nd  dav of .November,   1005.  ROBERTSON  &   ROBERTSON,  Solicitors   for   the  Applicants.  An  Act   Respecting  Liquor  Licenses,  l'UOO. " *��������� i  Notice is hereby given that' the fol-*  lowing applications will be heard by  the License Commissioners  for South  Nanaimo  Licensing  District  on   Friday, December 15, 1905, at the court  house, Ladysmith, at 10 o'clock a.m.  ,For Renewal.  Henry  Reifcl,  Hotel Mount View,  Newcastle .Townsitc.  L.  J. Preaux, Talbot Hotel, Comox  Road.  John  I-I.  McMillan,   Tunnel  Hotel,  Extension.  Annie McDonald,   Cranberry Hotel,  1 Cranberry District.  For Transfer.  James      Yates   to   Enoch    Sage,  Wheatsheaf Hotel, Cedar District.  GEO.  CASSIDY,  must be preserved this cold weather  We have a Large Stock of   WOL.  LEN GOODS and RUBBER WEAR  and can Supply Your Waits.  \ts     ^v      W     ������A-     ^*     ^-     >^     ^-     w  MENS* RUBBERS  MENS'  GUM BOOTS  BOYS' GUM BOOTS  '-      LADIES'   RUBBERS.  LADIES  GUM ROOTS.  I LADIES   WOOLEN   UNDERWEAR.  \*s M/-      \*y  '���������\ ,    ��������� ������"-  Oyer 800 Pairs of WOOLLEN  GLOVES, MITTS and Ladies and  Gents HOSE to select from  "  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  LEISER & CO Ltd.  i  OAT ACRE ST  IADTSUITE  ���������.Lffi "OB-  L:  ~rr  ���������?rf  W. G. Fraser  l^UH UJ'i  is hereby gi"������'cn that an ap-  lt so can mi [pl;cftUoll Wiii he   made to thc  Legislative  Assembly  of the  Province of  British Columbia, at its next session  iiaJi. ' :z       -  I'anaimo hacl cleanly the best of  the play -in'-Sic second half. Miss ���������  Te.-igue time and again saved her  side-and drove out to the vings in  fine, style. Miss Preistly played a  fine game on the left wins;, as did  Miss Atkinson, at ccn.k-cfor Victoria.  Kaaainro,   -hy      good ��������� combination,'  continued   to   press,   an:!   after       28  mir.utes   of great   play,   the  forwards  canic      flown   on   thc visitors'   circle  with a rush ami Miss Webb -drove the  do away with those outside passagc-  baK t-iiroiifih. jways,  but shall  run  a large  passagc-  j.-iar������!cr siiJI   was  the  play   fo'llow-    way  <lown  the  centre   of  the saloon  ing, hut no-furiiier .scoring look plane   whicii  will occuoy  thc main  deck.  Arc- you  interested?  W.   A. Turner at the Ahbolsfcrd H3  tc)  where he; win     explain and show  vou   Heard's .Rupture   Appliances   for ,  Men, W:riien, and Tliiidren, Uic best for an Act lo incorporate .a Com-  known, and which by Us aeieniifii: ap-'nany with power to acquire, pur-  piicat-io'n 'renders possrbip a conipicie chase, construct and oI>erate the un-  cure. Recommended by "Medical Men dcrtakings of the Vancouver and  everywhere. Mr. Turner will he here, Coast-Kootenay Railway Company;  ���������or    a row days  only the Albtfrni     arid Cowiclran Railway  Bead OfTioe,  7G Yat^s St, Victoria ' Company; thc'Kamloops & Atlin Rail ,*_7   ������������������  j way Company; and  thc Midway    and  Vernon Railway Co-nnpany; and to acquire all the rights, powers and pri-  viiiges- of the said Companies; and  n it'u power go exercise all the pow- ���������  i.irs contained in the Acts ol Incor-  poiation of the said Companies; and^  ivith power to,acquire, purchase, con-  Capt. J. W.  Troup,  supcrintciKlcnl  ���������o���������  NOTICE is hereby  given that an ap-  inieulion   will  be  inallc  to  the. Legislative   Assembly  of  the  Province of  British    Columbia at    ils  next j session for air Act to revive, ratify and  confirm   the Cowichan-Albcrni       and  Foifc Rupert Railway   Company   Act,  and extending the time  for,commencing construction of  the said railway,  and     of    expending    ten   per     cent,  the   Cominasry's   capital.   Uicrcon,,  and  to empower thc  Company to extend   its  railway  from   any  point  on  its  to  line, to the  City  of Victoria, ' or  nnv  tension of the plating on the vessel's  sides    from  the  main   to   the  upper  deck his  already  been  commenced. It  is the intention  to clean  out  all    the  equipment and  fillings  orr the     main  deck  and   install    staterooms   theav  AJong each side  of the May  on    the  main    t'o-k      iv-civ   -'s- a pafsag-^way  which  i.'j   '/;:<A  f.->r  ii: thing.   By  running  deck  deck  space thc area available  for use  ���������will   be   greatly   incrca^d. Wc   shall  the , plating   up   to  the uiM-er   i j|  an.!   enclosing  thc   whole   main  PAINTING   AND   l'APERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Dorie  s'. ROEDDfNG  Orders  Promptly   Executed      LADYSIVuTH  ' |A. HOWE, of CHEiWAJNUS, lias opened the MEAT=  MARKET lately    run by W. Ward, on Roberts 'street  .   , , WITH A FULl jllAE OF FIRST CLASS MEATS  Perk and Sausage a specialty  A TRIAL SOLICITED  A.     HOWE  Phone  20  BIGAN  CONDENSED  MILK  GOLD  SEAL  BRAND  FOR CHILDREN,we Suggest  use  point on Esquimalt HfU'boi";  or in the aiteraatne lo incorporate  a Company Lo build the line of rail-  .vay set ou6 in ihe Act of Incorporation of thc said Company, with the  extension hcreinit-forc vnenliencil, and  with all 1 the powers contained in lhc  Model   Railway  Bill.  Dateu  at Victoria,   B.C.,  22rrd  November,   1905.  . ROBERTSON  &   ROBERTSON,  Solicitors   for   the   Applicants.  ,-1  .i'i  WHO HAS IT  MerchantTailorr  ... , 1.   '.������-'-is       1 (1st;Avenue)  Fall Stock  on   hand. Call eerlv and  get your choice  In  the drawing lhat took  place  . t  Peterson's  Furniture  Store last Saturday  Evening, No.  li)5 won IheKit-  ehen  Cabinet,  main    deck"      there, is  a passageway  $50���������Per acre tor 5-acrc blocks* 1 mile  from City.  $375���������Cash* secures a fine residence in  the choicest part of lhe city. Only  $244 more to pay at the rate of  $12 per month. Owner has invested over $(i0������ in improvements.  Water laid on.  Fine garden.  $280���������Cash    and   $400 on  mortgage  buys  two  lots  each  60x120 only  a  few  yards   from  post-office.     Fine  investment.  $500���������Cash and balanos on  time buys  two first-class     stores in  business  portion of city.  For Rent���������A nice store on  First Avenue.  For Rent���������A  nice two-roomed store  '--9B  \  *SS2g%5^gSEB^E88$^SBBBP9l - .1  LOOK OUT FOb  OUR  ������(HRIW JWKHIIT*  1 *���������- -  *   ' '"' - ' ���������   - ���������  ~-  - ���������"' ���������  The Ladysiflith Hardware Co., Ltd,  i  Bg3srere������gi.������.������,gP������Msr  its  www  ID ADAM  CARLISLE     BL������CC.  'PHONE   2-4  ^^>  SYNOPSIS-OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST. MINING  REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal lands may lie purchased at $10 per acre for soft, coal and  $20 for anthracite. Not more than  320 acres can be 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 upon payment in advance of  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum 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  For      Rent���������Nice two-rcomed cabin  near station.  Deeds,  Wills,    Mortgages,   Contracts and  Agreements Drawn.  A TIMELY SUOGESTi  XHf-AS is a?pr������aching and usually you     are on  the lookout for  some  presents that are  appreciated,   and   nothing   is so  acceptable  as  a nice article i������ the  Jewell ry  line,   of    which   wc  have  a good  variety.'    Als������ , a very  large selection of FANCY GOODS, such as  Toilet Ssts, Manicure  Sets, etc. elc.    Call and select anything you  miolt fancy aad w������ will  put  it aside until needrd  for you.  Our Prices Are Very Low For the B?si Quality  of Goods���������  BFORCIMflER  , WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER,  OPTICIAN  First Avenue,   XXX      Ladysmith, fcB. C  ������i^<^*������FJiasSS!*K������HF������8I  J.STEWART  Conveyancing     9       Notary Public  Phone,-3. 1  P.  O. BOX 268  HAY, GRAIN and  FARM PRODUCE  Orders will be delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the low  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, ob tfce  Esplana'di.  "cs        Warrtosk  NOTICE.  Stoves  We arejniaking them 01 the Nuw^st    Pattern arid Latest  Styles.  __JtE������0ALL KINDS OF FOUNDRY WORK  ur Prices ar������ Rsasona  hie  NOTICE is hereby given  that I.  the  undersigned,  will apply at   the next  mining recorder in lieu  thereof. When regular,     sitting     of    the   Licensing .     . ������      ,<  Board     on     December 15th  for the ,3 1-2 acres.     2 1-2 TOHS    Hay, $29 WOrtn    New    LadlS  Rifle, Shot Gun and two good Sail Boats  SEE OUR   NEW STAVES IN BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  $L     vi-TX'"r<and.at LsdysmifKHardwareiJCompany  LiADYSfllTH   IRON & STOVE WORKS CO,, LTD.  -Mi'- :  TO POULTRY EA  lOO-ACREFARM NEAR |.ADYSMiT]  Five acres cleared arid cultivated, four roomed houst  Tive Poultry Houses, 5oo Layingjiens, one Plough,  Clover Cutter, Axes, Hammers, Saws and Tools :,' ev=  cr .description, two Spray Pumps, #20 v/o: l.'.i Oa<  Blasting Powder, Wire Netting six feet  high cov :;;5ngj  $500  has  been expended  or  paid, the  .        .        ... .   .,   ,. ..  . ' ��������� '      ' transfer  of  the retail   liquor  license  locator   may,   upon   having -a survey 'hc](,   ])y  me  for the  Whcatshcaf  ho-  made,  and upon complying with  oth- tel,  located in  Cedar District,       to  er requirements,  purchase the land at^ Enoch  Sage,   of Nanaimo  $1 an acre.  The      patent provides for the payment of a royally of  2j per cent on  the sales.  .  iv  JAMES   YATES.  Cedar District, Nov. 7th,  1905.  0 :'  $450 Cash and $750 on riortgage  J.STKWART,  P.O Box 268. Ladysmith Phone


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