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Array T5������  ^���������>������-'*w&^:&',"^r**!'"^   !'--, -  *4*i.  Daily Ledger  -w������*i  VOL.2,  THURSDAY,   OCT.   12.   1A03  /   vj1 ff4.  SOCIAL EVENING IN  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Harvest Thanksgiving   Concert  is   Attended  by a  Large  (Crowd of People  Enter tai-ling Programme     Rendered^ ainty Repast Served by  Ladies ot  Church  m. (ollins  Willi io  'worth, Miss Steele, and Mr. Darlington. "Mr. J. Smith acc0mpanicd on  thc organ.  In older that the ladies, and gen-  llenicn'too, if they were so inclined,  and many of them were, might indulge ina little gossip, thc program  had^'been 'divided into three parts,'and  the short rnierva's were, needless te  say, taken mil advantage or" and things;  in  general . discus-.scd. Music over,'  supper was ui order and lull justice  was do,ne the ������:ood things supplied, by  the ladies It was -simply astonishing ,lhe rapidity with which noble  looking eakrs and pies anH large pots  of hot, steaming coffee disappeared,  and it was in tin's stage of the social  that the small boys .proved themselves  really useful. - They never objected to  Liking the last piece of cake or bun  which,'it was noticed pretty maidens  find promising youths, flatly refused  to do.  A  word  cf praise is 'due the young  men     who under      the generalship of  "Mrs.  Pollock and  a-comic Rev.   Bowen dispensed   tbe coffee etc..  from  "Mr.      II.   Tborniev, \ Tlicy showed such cleverness m Cuiiy-  "   T.hc  complete   absence  of   formality  was  one  of   thc greatest   charms  ���������of the    Harvest Social in the Chinch  of England last e\ening.     Everybody  did as they    pleased and conso.'ueirti\  everybody had a  good time.     It was  a jovial  crowd   winch  congregated bc-  . ' twecn the     four wails   of      thc intic  building     and   a crowd   that  bad   not  ���������conic with   the   intention of healing  a  brilliant     piogram and a crowd  lha.1  was therefore agreeably surprised,  foi  among the     per formers   were   one  o;  two     of the   most  talented  vovaiists  that Ladysmith possesses, Mrs.  Chris  Thompson,,    who has  not been  heard  locally for     many months,     sang the  same   song with    "which Mie won  for  herself fame on     her  first appearance  before  the   Ladysmith   public.   "Kiiar-  ��������� iiy."    -Her bearers were dejiulhted and  rei'taiied     her. She  sang  "Swanee  River."   It   was   rendered  well,    but  could not*jy.    compared with Kiiarny.  Ora  Pro Nobis and Sailing, correctly  sung   by  - recitation  which,.by the way, was the* only com [ing half a dozen plates" and ;an equal  edy feature of the program .(unless number of cups, and one thin young  antics of a half dozen sirnali boys who J man stood on his ".fellow waiters corns  ' by some means had found their way tof 'and when, remonstrated with said it  the.front and did their best to spoil j was som������\fc dy else. In fact the whole  the good singing, can be called funny) army worked well,  weredeservingly applauded. Others** Gojl Save the King'b*rought to a  who obliged and deserved thanks wore conclusion the fust of what it is to. be  Rev. Bo wen, who was at his best, hoped win be maiiy -socials cf the'  Miss Hirst.     Miss Butler,     Miss Ha-   present season  Victoria,     Oct.   12.���������"-Special)���������G.  D.   Collins, who is held here pending  cxtradib'-on proceedings,  has  sig-nified  his   willingness  to. surrender  arid  return  to  Sau Francisco.    An application was made to thc Department of  Justice at     Ottawa for his release,  but Liis the department has  refused  to grant". s  WJWOIE FIVE   CENTS  BIG   COAL KIND  ON  THE   SOURDOUGH  Skagway, Oct. 11.���������It is reported  from .Forty-mile th)at a decidedly  valuable find of coal lias been made  on tlie Sourdough coal ���������' property near  the Coal Creek mines. The Sourdough is the propeity of llerny Sei-  nier, who was thc original discoverer of the Coal Creek property, 'lhe  new vein is reported to lie far-ahead  of any coal yet found in the "Yukon,  and from tests made it is said that  by next year.it .will replace wood as  a fuel m the Klondike.  Iheie seems to he some hesitation  in  saying  much  abo'ut  the new  find.  Mr.  Seimer wants  to be sure <ci thc  extent of  the new vein  before be le-  eonies  enthusiastic.    What has , been  shown     up  already,  however,  leads  him  to belie\ei it is not only irr place  but'    to  great extent.   The product  can   be  taken to  tbe river  over  the  Coal  Creek Railway.  or  [j.������  Victoria,  B.- C,  Oct.   12.-4  p.m.���������  (Special)���������J.     P. Deilnis, land commissioner      of the C.P.R., ie due to  arrive here      from   the East  tomorrow.     Mr.   Dennis  is  coming .to Victoria for the  purpose of receiving the  reports of the parties that have been  exploring   Vancouver   Island   north of  the terminus of the railway.  It is understood that the. reports  "rein-PS received, the extension of the  E. & r\\ Railway will be considered  by  the company.  ill SEATON Ullt  Victoria, 13. C, Oct. 12���������(Special)  ���������Despatches received here from Lill-  ooet, IL C, state that. J- Babcock,  the Fisheries Commissioner, reports  that in Sealon.-Lake this year there  are -11   million of salmon eggs.  This      is   ten   times  the   ('uaatity  there this   time last ve-ar.  ANQUET  AT THE PRETORIA  A  Merry    Party Composed   o/  Members of the Local Gi*ove  of   Druids  Met  SMALLPOX SCARE  AT BELL. NCI I AM.  SAY LAWYERS  ARE SNOBBISH  Winnipeg,      Oct  Of a total enrollment of 3,f>'U pupils in the Beliingham scilifoo's 1,01.1  were absent from school p^s-terday. A  ffarge percentage of this  absence  pupils  is attributed  to the refusal o  ���������    I th? parents  to  permit  their chiklur  10.���������The   visit  to   to be vaccinated.   An order to  that  and  Banqueted a   Distin  guished Visitor From  California  Wellington drove No-. 4. United An-, the worn ens'    branch of   .which Mrs.  AN ESSAY ON ASSCv  CIATION FOOTBALL  The following wen written essay on  Association Football, by Air. Jas  Adam appeared in thc Portland Telegram on Oct. .". ,  Facility of equipment, a $3 50 ball  and a running outfit, and you are  icady for .action. ,  An over tlie East association football is takmg     hold.     A  day or two  To talk to au American population  on the beauties of Association foot- ago Chicago beat thc crack touring  ban as a leading sport, is a good deal' <*am <>f Pilgrims, made up ot English  like a missionary      trying to describe icagueis.    St. Louis has maintained a  a missionary  paradise to a South Sen. Islander.  The average American football enthusiast is an wrapped up in the in  'ter-coilcgiate game, thinks it is the  only football game made, and I am  afraid; is as little responsive to a dis  course on wliat is. to him a new variety,.; as the dusl-.y maii-eatcr to  whom  the paradise is  broached.  But here are some of the.advantages of association football, not given  with a view to inviting odious coin'  i>ariso*!is, but simply to show the  proper place of Association as a national field game:  Open spectacular play, every second,  something doing-.  Swiftness of play that brings a  spectator ten his feet 50 times agkmci,  Science! every part or" Tlie, body used  except the hands, thus.requiring-.the  highest/degree of skin.        .    ���������  Necessity of head work, no ''dub"  can play association football.  Variety, association foott<aii plays  are like human faces, no two- ever hav  ing- come up exactly alike.  Combination. no player can be selfish and succeed; every player is equally -important.  semi-professional tenia for yeais. "Detroit, ������������������Buffalo,; St: Paul, Minneapolis.  New York City, Brooklyn and several other places have "splendid elevens,  while on- the West Coast, San Francisco has a flourishing league.    .  If the .residents ot Portland would  turn oil I; to one or two really' good  games of'-association;:.-the game would  get. a hold here that would never be  lost.. I cannot /emphasize too much  tlie spectacular situations'in the ghrm*  ���������situations the auiiience tloes not  have to wait an ho.ur to see, but which  crop up every 'moment.;  1 am glad to .see association foot-  ,aii revived and getting on its feet  in ��������� Portland'. Spectators should Hot  expect to see at first games, that  would correspond to what a game Portland vs. Los j Angeles would- be in the  baseball world but; if they properly  back up the game, not financially,  necessarily, but by presence and encouragement, this city will- have a  team another year that win represent,  in the association, -football sphere,  what your ' Mu ltnomah Club Rugby  eleven or your leaguo baseball nine do  in other spheres'.  YUKON'S OUTPUT  SIX MILLION  Dawson, Y. T. .The gold shipments  of the Yukon territory for the season  oi I'M)5 just .closed win run approximately to $0,000,(100. It is estimated that'half or more of the Fair-Banks  output has gone to the. coast, this sum  mer by way or Dawson.  .The Dawson Board of Trade held a  meeting "last weeic and passed resolutions commending the action of Un.  Yukon Council in its conLemplated  memorializing oi Ottawa for the go\>  eminent control of the water system  ror the Klondike. The board also  discussed the matter of getting the  co-operation or Alaska towns and  coast cities in the matter of placing  tr.uispot taction rates on as low a basis as possible  WOMAN   POSES   AS   A    'MAN.  TRFAT ANTIOPE  AS A PRIZE  Ottawa,   Cct.   11���������Thc   barq'ue  Aii-  tilopo,   a Canadian  vessel  seized     by  the  Japanese,  has been  treated      by  the  Japanese  procurator  as  a prize.  The colonial   office cables  to this  ef  feet,  and  the owners  are  asked      to  H  BASKETBALL  IN VIC-    ,  TORIA   THIS  WINTER.  Basketball  should, be  popular       in  Victoria this  winter,   The game    is  being discussed in athletic circles and  most nrf the associations have  decided  to take, it up,  entering teams   irr  all the local leagues organized.       I  file their claims before ,tbe trial ���������-Tics on.  In reference to  the  above despatch  it will  be remembered that the Antelope was captained by Capt.       P.  Matheson, whose people are residents   be closed.  of this district. j    Still      maintaining  ber   masculine  Mmmma^m,���������m���������m^mmi^mmmmmmmmm   garb  she drifted   From  place  to pli.ee  :    ~���������      "^ and   21   years  ago  came  to  Colorado  Pueblo, Col., Oct. 12��������� One of the  most ^remarkable cases of hidden identity cf sex ever discovered in this  state was brought to light at Trinidad : today. After posing as a man.  for JO .years, Charles 'S. Baubaiigh  has been Liund to be a woman. The  discovery was made at the county  hospital today. .  Dur-inq-the.<J0 years- he of she "has  been clerk,   laborer and shepherd, but  at 84   years  her marvelous cimstitrr-  tion broke down.arid she went to the  county  hospital  as-a county charge.  I Ior  refusal   to take a bath first   aroused attention and when  told that  she must bathe, she made the      request that  it, lie without attendance.  Yesterday   Dr.  C.   J.   Gorham,  county doctor,  had  occasion-to examine  her for.ii cold, and her secret,  whicii  she had  guarded  for  nearly  half      a  century, was rovcaled.  The story   told by her  is a remarkable  one.    Sire was   horn   in   France  of well   to  do parents-'and  was  given  ��������� a liberal  education.    Shc   writes    -<d  speaks six different languages ..is "veil  as licr native  tongue.   When 23 years  old, she came to this country.  F; il-  ing to obtain employment in any  position us     a woman, she' detenu* ned  lo pose as. a man, and   in this     "drs-  guise  went  to ��������� Hannibal, Mo.       She  worked      there six   years   as   a ��������� .-y-  goods clerk,' llieii she became f a*bier  of a bank  arrd  held  the  position  for.  eight      years.   The  president  of  Uie  bank  died,  causing  the  institution Is  Winnipeg of Sir Frederick  Pollock, an  eminniL     English legal authority, has  c lea ted     a dissention in the ranks of  ihe.local Law Society.     Trouble has  arisen     over the manner in which the  visitor is     to-    be   entertained.     Sir  Frederick     is an authority    on many  branches, of   law studies,   and his u-\t  books  figure  in the curriculum of the  Law Society.     The younger element,  among the using banisters of the city who     have studied his works were  very anxiois     to meet  him while he  was here, and were led to believe that  a bar    dinner     would lie tendered at,  which he     would deliver   ��������� an address'  The benchers, however,  who formate  executive     body of the Law Society,  seem lo have established a very e'lcc-  tne corner on     the  noted guest,  and  instead of the rank and file being given a   'look-in on the     entertainment.  Sir  Frederick   was  tendered a private  luncheon by the benchers of the "Manitoba club-     Memlv.is oa- the Law Society  who feel  that they have    been  -slighted,     are looking ' for some cold  comfort in tiaking out an imjiinction to  restrain the Itenchers ironi paying for  ������i������e luncheon     out of the funds of thc  society, so that those who were at the  dinner will     have to pay for it themselves.     One of the lawyers who was  vi ry anxious     to meet Sir  Frederick,  characterized    the  action  as  an exhibition of snobbishness.  effect was based upon iie prevalenc-  of smallpox m the city,  but as there  were less than a score of cases,  the  public rebelled, deenwng the order not  justified   by  the circumstances,  cient Ordei   oi   Druids, 'sat down to a  well  spread   table last evening at the  I'rt-ioiu      Hotel,  Win.  Brown,'Arch  Di mo.  ueuig in the clmir.     The occasion  Mas lo  meet and   pas's ��������� an  evening after the     session  of the  Grovei  wilh   Superior  Grand Druid Jas. F.  "Mcutuioin.     of     tiro CJ-rand Grove ot  Caiiioinia,     who was visiting the local lodge yesterduy     on business connected  with       the good of the Order.  SMELTEP RE'  TURNS, SEPT.  Smelter ran 11 days and treated  1,919 tons of Tyee ore, giving* a return, after deduction of freight and  refining  charges, of $35,019.2-1.  .WIFE TELLS  HER  <' SHAMEFUL   STORY  TYPHOID IN  WINNIPEG  all  problriibility the drill  hall  will ���������  secured for the senior matches', whiol-  undoubtedly   will   increase   the.   inter  est in the pastime.   This matter will  come before the  management on  the  occasion  of the reorganization  meeting,  in addition  to   the advisability  of adopting a constitution. ���������Times, j name.  and secured a pilarc as sluwpherdcr.  She was; held in high esteem by  those who l*new her.  Until last Sunday, Mr. and      ;di*s-  Brown,   with  whom   the   .'.im.in  lived,  still regarded ber as a man.  f lie-  positively     refused  Winnipeg,      Oct.  12���������An  alarming  outbreak of typhoid fever' is again on  in this city.    There  are 33-J cases in  the   two hospitals,   and   tlie   weekly  reports from  the Health  Department  have   been   suppressed   and      are   iro  longer  available  to the  press.     Last  sp-    ���������'  the council spent, a large sum  of money   bringing   an  expert     from  Chicago University to conduct an investigation and make a report on the  cause     of  the  epidemic whicii   was  then quite serious.    Me did so,     anil  his  recommendations have  been  prac  .tically enforced  by  the riru,rriicipal  authorities,   yet   thc   typhoid   grrni   is  more  pronounced   than  ever-,  and   the  epidemic of typhoid  gives  promise cf  beating  all   previous   records.    There  is   considerable   dissatisfaction    with-  thc tinvuher  in  which  the Council has  acted  in  the   matter,   and   the  general feeling ds that .too much UMention  has  been   paid   to  other  affairs without  suflieieiit  consideration   for    the  public health.      This   afternoon      it-  was      announced   that   four   hundred  eases of fever   had  been  reported  at  the City Health Olliee. **  The      attention   of   the   provincial  Hoard of ^Health has .been  directed to  the  matter,  and  Dr.  Gordon Bell and  Dr.   R. id.  Simpson  are now making  an   investigation   into   the  causes   of  the .prevalence of  the disease, and also  are | inquiring  into   the  manner in  which  the epidemic-  is  being handled  by   the civic   health  department.  Mr.   E.   I\L   Wood,      the   municipal  commissioner,      stated   this   morn-tug  that'     Drs.  Bell  and  Simpson .would  report  to   the   provincial  hoard within   the  next   two  days.    The  results  of flic investigation   are  being-  awaited   with   anxiety  by   those   who  un-  di*rs1;ii;-,ll   the   serious   hold   that   typhoid  fever has on the. city. *  The     large   majority  of  the cases  to tell her  real had  their  location , in   the foreign district in the north end of the city.  Moscow, Idaho, Oct.   12.���������While her  husband  sat sobbing  like a child, frequently burying "his face in his hands,  Mrs.      Ella   Chandler,   wife  of  Darr  Chandler"  of Troy, yesterday related  in   the  presence of Judge Lukens and  Prosecuting   Attorney) Stillinger  her  story of shame and  disgrace, and after  her evidence hnd  been taken down  by  a stenographer., ^signed   1hc document and made oath,as to its truthfulness.  Never once did the woman,hesitate  Not once did she show   the  least sign  of  remoise nor. even  pity   for'     he.  broken-hearted husband.    It  was-one  of  the saddest cases  ever  brought to  the notice of a court in this county.  Her deposition  wrll be used   at    the  trial      next month Lot-h against her  and  Frank Walsh,  the   man  who she  says   accomplished  her   ruin.  Walsh" has been in jail several days  but Mrs-. Chandler has been in the  hospital sufferfng from rheuni-artisin  and did not know till iyesterrlay morn  i-jig that she was to be arrssted. Sire  knew that Walsh was iu jail and she  admitted to her husband the truthfulness of the.charge. Yesterday, sh.  having recovered sufficiently to lea\.  the hospital, the warrant was served  on her and she was taken into custody.  Mrs.  Chandler was  taken into the  probate   courtroom   for   the   purple  of. talo.ti-g  hor  deposition.    Mr. Still--  inger     closed  the door  to "keep oi  possible     -intruders,  only  the judge,  the  attorney,   the stenographer    anul  Mr. Chandler being .present, but when  the- prosecutor  asked  Mrs.   Chandler  if she did  not desire  to have other  persons   kept   out,   she   replied 'that  she     diil   not care if  the courtrrv fci  was  tilled;   that she "intended   to   tel  her   whole  stroy   truthfully   and   did  not care who heard.  She told how she met Walsh     ii.  Troy while   her husband  was  out liar-  ves-ting,   of   their  buggy   ride   and   of  his   visits   to  her  home.    Between hi  sobs   Chandler   asked   his   wife   if   it-  was      true  that,  she had   told,Walsh  she would   leave" her husband.      She  said   it was    true   and   that   she   did  not intend   to live with   him   longer.  Then   Mr.   Chandler   produced   a letter  be had   received  from his   wife's  father,  Mr.  Grower of  Spokane, saying,   "Your   father  has   written    me  and   blames   nie   for   this   trouble.   lie  says  1 never provided  for you."  "I  don't  see  how  lie can   do   that;  you   have   given   me   everything       I  wanted,"'  replied  the disgraced  woman.,   but   without   the   least   sign      of  sorrow   or   sympathy.  Mr.   and  Mrs.   Chandler  have    hern  marricjll "two     yeais  and   bail       one  child,  now dead.   Mr.  Chandler seems  to  be  prostrated   by  his   wife's   disgrace.       He   treats  her  paid her  hospital  bill  counts  she had.  To a i epi esentative of The Ledger  who was pi esen t. it seenicd to be an  instructive as wen as a pieiasant gath  eruig. Toasts were drunk and songs  were sung, everybody . made merry.  Dunng I he course . of "the evening the  Arch Dm d for, California gave some  interesting information concerning the  ancient and honorable Order. In England there arc ovr, half a million tmem  hers of the Order- iir Germany, parts  of France. Italy, arid Portugal the  Order is flourishing: In America, in  mo-st sections, it is steadily projgres-  sing, particularly- is this the case in  Caiiionna. It is a benefit society,  payng $f" per week in case of sicktness  raid V'.") burial fund and various other benefits Wellington Grove, as  staled l.y the local Arch Druid, Wm-<  Brown, has about 70 mernhcVs, in  good standing, and    was re-organized  Robt. Watson, who was present last  evening, was the Arch D.vuidc-ss, has  never been recusitated. There is now  in the local treasury more than $1,-  000.' The society meets every two  weeks in Odd Fellows Han. There is  also, a Grand Grove for British Columbia-and Washington, Ladysinith  being the head-fl-uarters. Cumberland  Iras also a local.  Mr. Martinoni  is a pleasant gentle- -  man- to meet and seems very much interested in the work under his charge.  Quite a number of tho members of  the'local' Grove are not at home at  present, others are on the night shift  and the number present, owing to  tire short notice given, was not as  great as it would have, been under  different circumstances. Among  those present were:  Wm. "Brown, John Harries, Robt.  Watsoir, Wm. Spence. John Andrews,  Louis Grishei, Wm. Rafters, Rob.  Rafter, John Tha, Benj. Evans, A.  Meredith, A, Gobn-bar, Jos. Lapatick  Jas. Christie, P. Burk, Jos. Giachar  ro, John, .'"Miliar*!. Ed. Armstrong,  Wm. Jolly, and a number of others,  who left earlier in tlie evening, before  the list was made out.  After a.wen spent evening the company,  after a toast  to  the host aiiU  after the distinctive fire in Wellington j hostess, dispersed. Mr. Martinoni  some years since when the society I.left tins morning for Tacoma', where  lost  ail of    its   lodge  . 'paraphernalia,/lie 'gKje's .''to .install  a Grove.  iias  Sim  Smmi  S, S. TELLUS ARRIVES  ������*P*w    - ������������������_-.;.���������.���������   -..   ..���������'.���������.'''-r ..���������. -^'���������.-':���������"'..-���������.':-:;-���������;������������������-���������-. -.  DIREGTpOM KOBE  One of the  Vessels  That    Ran  Blockade at Vladivostok in  January  Last  S   S   Teiius, Capt. Arntzen, arrived,'  ur port tins morning to load coal for  .San  Francisco.      The Tellus  is  chartered for six    months by the Western  Fuel  Company  to  carry coal  to 'Golden Gale,     and last evening called.in  at      Nanaimo,  with  the intention of  loading     there,   but Ho coal being in  tlie  bunkers ; at that     place,-came  on  ���������to      Ladysinith      and   is today   being  loaded at  the Wharf.     The Ten us. it  will be     rememib'ered, was     for some  years     previous     toiast October, engaged in     carrying coal for  R. Duns-  uruir & Sons     between this port and  'Frisco,   and   being  a frequent  visitor  her;-  bur geniat     captain and  olliee rs  became well     known to  many  Lady-,  smith     people, all   of     whom  will   be  gi.ul   to see  tlrem  here again. !  Since her   last      visit  to  this   port  just, a year agi>,  the Tellus"  been  fewL details of the trip.  After the contract with R. Duns-  .muir's Company expired, Uie Teiius  was ��������� ��������� ehartcrx-u to carry provisions  from Shanghai to Vladivostok. She  left the former port at the beginning  of January, steering direct to Vladivostok. The captain described the  trip as anything but a pleasant one,  considerable trouble being experienced  with the ice, while of course t.-Hcro  was the unpleasant likiihood of being  sighted by a Japanese war .vessel and  captured. As luck would have it  they made the voyage successfully, arriving- without disaster at their destination oa Jan. 2-1 th to find Vladivostok in a stale of excitement over  the fall of Port Arthur and hourly  expecting the arrival of the Japanese  fleet.    'I here  were  three ships on-  >'   in   port   when   the   Gellus .arrived  career has j Cap tain   Arntzen's  boat was  welcom-  venturcsome one. she beiny one   ed   by   t'-.e      poo; le   In  Valdivostoke  of the fewvesseis which was not cap-1 as Imbed would have been any ship  (ined irr attempting to run the. block-' loaded  with  provisions,  ade at Vladivostok. The  cargo  was at   onee  discharged.  Tins morning a Ledger reporter was and after remaining in port two  courteously received on board hy j weeks the Tellus left again for Shang  Cap-tain   Amlr/en,   who  kindly   (old a1 bar".  GAUANO ISLANDERS.  FIND WRECKED BOATS  Steamer   Trotjuois,' Captain   A.   A.    several   fish   in   the   boat.    The  cap-  Sears,  brought news  that John Cook   sized  vessel,      No   13S8, had  masts,.  sails and everything mixed together.  Mr. John Cook, who found the boats,  lowed them to Bayn'e Island wharf,  where they have been made secure,  and Mr. Cook has notified the pro*-  vinciiil   police  of his  find.  The finding of the two .derelict fishing boats  would indicate  that  two,  if not  more,   fishermen have      been  drowned during the recent gales. The  .provincial   prJice  will   seek  to  learn  the identity,of the missing men. The  records of the licenses given  to the  boats  may  furnish  the  information.  of   Galiano      island,   picked   up   two  derelict  Columbia   river fishing  boatis  on Tuesday in  the Gulf,of G-c|rj>r������-ia in  the   vicinity   of  the   entrance  to    Active   Pass.    One   of   the  boats      was  caps'.yed,   (hc  other   was   intactv   The  beats   were  marked   with   the   following  milliters:   "S.   E,   1-38S"  and   "T.  T.  2iK52."       The  former had turned  turtle.    Both   the 'derelicts  had   their  sails   set   and  nets  dragging.    No.   2,-  indly,   has 032  was   fast  in   the  net,  which had  and  other   a<- several   fish  caught- tn it,  including a  shark six feet long.  There were also  4 DAILY LEDGER  THE DAILY LEDGfR  Published   every day except Sunday.  BY        THE        DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE  AT LADYSMITH -  SUBSCRIPTION ���������""RICE  SO cents  a month;    $5 per  year   in  Advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  THURSDAY,   OCT.   12.   lrO.L  '���������"   STOOD  VIVISECTION 20   YEARS:  Frau     Magdalen Gelly, who for 20  years-    has  been  known among  the  . medical- faculty   as   the ."Vivisection  1 Rabbit"  died  here on  Sunday at  the  '; age of 02,' says a Vienna  special  in  / the, London   'Express.  .���������;/'..Frau     Gelly  exercised the curious  'caning of     a subject for anatomical  experiments,   and  her   services    were  in  great   demand, by   the most emi-  , nent.'.   S'lii-ge'ons.    She   owed  her   re- j  . inarkable  reputation  as  a,subject  for i  experiments  to   an  abnormal   forma-, J  "f'i'Orr. and" development  of her  res-pia-  vory: organs.      ��������� '  Over     these   she had  a remarkable-  command,   controlling   fhcni   at   will 't  and allowing thcin to.be freely oper-1  ated  upon  without the use  of  anes-:  .,' thet'es.   'Under ' the , op.craition  she de-;  scribed to: the-surgeons and students,  the sensations she experienced  in her  .:  throat', nose,, palate,' tonsils  and o-lh-  ��������� er     organs under  tlie action, of  the.  surgeon's knife. .-.': ������������������������������������"''���������  ������������������- Frau  Gelly  reported   daily   at. lhe  Cljnicai .Laboratory and  at  the   pri- i  Vate diouses   of ,the  most celebrated,  doctors of   Vienna,   usually   carrying  a.black reticule.-containing   all-sorts"  : ;of;.obj.ects,;siich as,needles', pins,, mar-  .-., Lies, .pencils,' etc., intended  to       be  swallowed   or ������������������.passed   through      her  ,  nostrils  or ears for  experinients.  " As  the  "vivisection  Rabbit" ��������� was  .   paid -three and  sixpence for   each sit-  ;   ting,  arid averaged two daily, for   20  ���������years,  she has ' left a small   fortune,-  and, having died  intestate,  the money  will probably be appropriated by  ���������the  medical, faculty, of  the uriiversr-  ,; Ly.   ���������:��������� Meanwhile., great 'preparations-  .are being made by-the.'whole, body;.!'  ... doctors   and students   to'gi^'e  the  re-  'lriarkabic  woman an   imposing  t'uner-  '��������� -ai.   '                    ��������� "���������"        '��������� '.'���������' .'.;���������  /  .- ��������� o ���������: -.'���������  i/Now lire long evenings'.have.-come,'  ������������������'get your  reading matter-'at knight's  ;   Book Store. / ':"'���������  ^ ALL GOODS DELiVLRED FREF FRFIGHT PAID ON f  Parcels or House Furnishing, Carpets,   Ljno= 5������  ieums, over $5.00 jn value.   Our special sale  of 25 xper cent, discount on all Furnitire is ^  not included in this offer; g*  100      KITCHEN   CIIAI-tS���������EXT11A   HEAVY  AND STK') i'J.  REGULAR C5.c.  LESS 25  PFAi   C-KST.' DISCOVNtTeACH, '   5QC������  Do not think of spending one cent on furniture until you see (what we have and our ^  prices. Everv stick of furniture selling at 35c. 5l  ofs on every dollar. This is no fake as you can Jp  see our regular price in plain figures.  KATIM f2.oo I'KR JJAY  KOOMS  BAR SUPPLIED WITIi BiiS  WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGAK?  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  Beet accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and fiehing in near vicinity.  A. J. McAIURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C  LADIES' BLOUSES  Three ca.*-es of NEW BLOUSES in  Ancona     Flannel,  Black  Sa-  ���������^,   teen,  Lustre,  arrd Silk.  On r showing of Ancona Flannel ISi'inf'es  >=^0  in dark patterns is very ������picrai at fcflch  *">CC.  NEW BLACK     MKKCERrSEI)   SATHEN CNDERSIvIKTS AT  Each $1.00  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables aud good  Rooms  PORTLHND HOTEL-  JOHN GOGO,PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra  well  Stocked  NEW MILLINUKY  The New Western Hotel  Good rooms,     gootl beds, and, good board.  Our Bar is newly fi Lied up and well supplied and is in charge or  JOS. PELLrGRINELLi  Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������  STEAMSHIP   SCHEDULE   BETWEEN  LADYSMITH,   NANAIMO  VANCOUVER.  (Effective Sept. 30th)  S. S. JOAN.    " ' P ���������  &  Sails frem   Naiaimo for  Ladysmith  Saturdays         5.30 p.m  Sails  from  Ladysmitb  Ior Nanaimo Saturdays   C.00 a.m.  Sails  front Nanaimo for Vancouver Saturdays  ,..'.   8.00 am.  Sails  iron* ' Vancouver  for  Nanaimo Saturdays  2.30'p.m.  Sails frost  Naaaim* for Ladys'm'th Saturday     :..  >.30 p. m.  FARES   BETWEEN  LADYSMITH   AND VANCOUVER, onc way, $2.50  Return,   $3.75.-  FARES   BETWEEN   LADYSMITH   AND  NANAiIAIO,   one way  50 cents,  , i       s Return,  75 cents.  .  I' I        '  ��������� ,        GEO. L. COURTNEY.  16 Govt.  Street,  Victoria B.C.  Dist. Freight &. Pass.Ajjt  31 rs "Masters has .mil  returned from   Vancouver,  where .**he .->( "et l-  ed  a number     of   lhe  ne.ve->'u sir.ij-.es lhat     had just -vrrivc-l fioin.  New ,York and Toron',-).     Am i ������i ihe new shapes i.-'  iUl*     Ilipi u '  which is an  Easter favo'.'-t:'. ���������' i  SEE OUR NEW HATS  B3YS' CLOTHING  100 nt.v :sui!*;   i*st ii., i-.de of extra    fine ijualily t** oft.l, seizes,  gj^  Norfolk  sl>ies,     and  three- piece     suits.        "We-claim a  Aariety  not  Hud ('scv-here.      Sec    our three-piece     :;uits ff-r  I )  13     years, at  $3-5o  that you'll  Boys,    .10  .������������������;-. .Watch -yVcinrphe's  space  for  gains,        ��������� .,  ���������bar-  .,   Appointments may be made at any  "time, f&r  dental  work  at  Dr.   Dier's  on High street st  ��������� : o ������������������  FATAL   ACCIDENT  ON  PJXE  CREEK  A fatal accident occurred on Saturday pf last week at Discovery, in  thei AMin district, w'riert^- John Walters was killed and George M-artin  was seriously, injured. The two men  were working together on the south  ���������bank of Pine Creek, just above Discovery, an-d. were employed placing  sluice boxes in posjti0n in an open  cut, when part of one of the wails  feu in, throwing them with great  force against the other wail.;' Martin, who remained in an'upright position .escaped with some bad bruises,  and scratches. Waiters was more  unfortunate.- hc lje'rte: causj-ht under a  heavier portion of the failing earth  and completely covered. ���������' Martin, as  soon as -possible, extricated himself  and ran for help, but before being cc-  tricated the entombed man was dead.  Tlie coroner did not think- it necessary to bold an inquest.   .  aie manufactured for  men, who require boots  | for..service and rough-  ^ and -   turn "ble   boys  jfcwhose parents find it  almost impossible to  keep their feet covered  They are all No. I leather,   honestly   made  and will give Infinite  satisfaction.  Thousands who have  worn them   say that I  they are almost iron-  qiad-  Ask your dealer  to  show them to you-  If   he    should not  m them send his name to  RUBBER FOOTWEAR  Just     opened up 82 cases including Ladies',  Misses'  Chi'rirens'  Mens'     and  Boys' Low Rubbers, arrd     Knee Boots.  Our  K'nc?  Boots  for Ch Idrcn     and  Ladies are extra nice-light  weighg   uoixls���������Wc   guaraiil ee all our Ruhbei's to he (irst Ideality  BUY OUR RUBBERS  DON'T  FORGET  TO  VISIT   OUR   DRESSMAKING   DEPARTMENT AND SEETHE NEW  STYLES     MISS.   PERRIN HAS  TO SHOW  YOU   FOR  YOUR  NEW  FALL  COSTUME.     DON'T  <'  TAKE ANY CHANCE IN TIIE MAKING.     HAVEL   IT  DONE  RIGHT ���������    ; .   ,     ���������   i      ���������  This  Hotel has    been  completely   Board and lodging $1.00 per day.  renovated.  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar Supplied with  tbe Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  RESTAURANT  ; Co*\ 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street    -  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Mea's 35c. and Upward  D  N'anainro,  Limited!  Best accommodation for transient  ind permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      .HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  a'dy rurnished and the bar Is up-to-  d*te. Rates' JI.00 a day and up-  w uds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  Rryl&BB'i* ������������������*-: ���������'���������:  ���������>���������: Ladyamith  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������RateB $1.25 and$1.50���������  Free bua.to all steamboat landings and  railway depots.   Electric care every fiv������  minutes to all parts of  the city.   Ba>  and tftblelunescelled.  F. BAYNE8, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER  B, C.  ;  GEO. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  Ladysmith  THEJONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)-  GAT ACHE   STREET-      Ladysmith.  ii  w*.  B   C  v  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  -:o:-  HARTLEY   GISBORIME  Member  Can.    Society  of   Civil  Engineers  Member Institution of ��������� Electrical Engineers,   England  Member  Iiitcrnatioi.cil   Electrical  Congress   at St. Louis, 19.04  ���������Electrical Engineer���������  V. O. BOX 357, ���������  ;    .     I    i.J,   |f      I  :  il  j  I   LA1YSMITH, B. C.  LTD  TH6 CITY TV^HRKeT  R. WilliainsonlProp  ������st. Avenue Ladysmith B C.  WM. MUNSIE, President j. W!  COBURN, Man.  Director  Telephone^.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-Shlngles  a  Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers     of���������  Rough and L-r-.-ssed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mn-.i   ilngs, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned  and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring     and   Finishing     Limbe*  la    Stock  M A N U FACTU B F. RS OF  LECKIE BOOTS  VArMCOUVKR, s. c  DID   !T EVER STRIKE YOU?  That the place to BUY YOUR MEAT  is  where  the slaughtering  done locally?    Wc are  not depending  on    what  the Wholesalers send us  and    ^can     GUARANTEE   EVERY-THINO to be FRESH AND CLKA  PANNELL  &    PLASKET?  STFVENS BLOCK,       (iAT^CR" ^iiiEjT; LADYSM  R. P.RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA,  :-~: :���������* -: .-: :���������B.C.  Under New Atanagment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnell & Woobank  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First Clans.  Commercial Mens' headouarters.  Fire Proof    Buildiatg.' '-.- '  HOTEL LELAND  (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 arid Hastings  streets.  Telephone,  1���������4.  Low Round Trip Rates  ���������VIA-  ::1 ��������� -  St. Paul; Duliitli; Sioux City,  Omaha, Kansas City $60.00  St. Lous $67.50 Chicago 71.50  Dates at iaie. Sept, 16th. and 17th  Final return limit 90 days     from  Jate of sale.  For full particulars cali on "or ad-  drass  S. G. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  ' G.W.P.A., 7i Government st  Seattle, Wash, Victoria, B.C.  HENRY'S NDRSFRIES  NEW CROP���������  HomeOrown to  Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     and FLOWER  SEEDS. i '  i.r   ! ui  '^i  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS, ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY.  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster Road,  Vancouver.  TICKET   OFFICE  and   Yates S*3.,  Cor.  Government  Victoria, B. C-  3  Transcontinental  Trains Daily"  3  NOTICE  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle' or Stoppers' after'this notice,  will be prosecuted.  HUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  Ladysinith. B.C.  "���������^."���������Vf? ^^S*^-.^'  |      THE TYEE COPPER CO, Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  10     SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  ���������LADYSMITH,'B. C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  \  %  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  Genaral Manager.  W. J, WATSON,  Smelter Manager.  I  %  ���������i'fe^'*^ft'^r*^"^*^''^������fe^'-^*'-&,^'-^ft'&^������^"-yr������*"^  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ���������  IB. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'I Manager'  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOW1NQ BATES:  $5 and under ,.    3 cent*  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  ���������'    $10        " " $30   10 cents  "    $30        " " $50   15 cents  These Orders are "Payable at Par at. any office in C  nada of a. Chartered B������4k  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking point:;  In the United States*  NEGOTIAItLK AT A  FIXED  RATE A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC* , LONDON, ENG  They form an excellent method of remittin   small gum. at iuoii<j  with safety and at email-;ost.  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in pencil. and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons gir-  en in classes er individually.  MISS BERTRAM,  Ladysmith, B. V.  One of which fs the famous "North  Coast Limited,"  Up-to-date Pullman and Tourist  sleepers , oh ail trains. Dining Car  service Unsurpassed.  CHEAP HOUND  TRIP  RATR   ' TO  LOS  ANOELKS,  CAL.,"OCT.'  20.21. ,   , -  Excursion rates now n effect  to Portland Fair. Round trip  rate #9.65. Only direct line  toYellowstone Park.  Steamship tickets on sale to all  European points. Cabin accommodation reserved hy wire.  reserved by wire. ���������  For     fuitlm-    particulars    call or  write tlie office.    '   Phone Main "W56.  VICTORIA,   B.   C.  A. D' CARLTON,'    -     C. E. LAN&  A.G.P.A.,   N.P.,        General Agent  Portland,. Ore. Victoria, B.C  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read   via  tbe  LADVSMITH SHAVING  PAR10RS  HIGH STREET.  :���������:���������: Best in the City :���������:���������J  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Pacific  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE  LOWEST  RATES,  THE  FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO/   OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST,  v For complete information ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   it gent,  7?0 2nd Ave., Seattle.  LADYSMITH BAKERY  hop lee & co.  on the esplanade.  Wastry of all kinds neatly  baked anb fresh.  Coafectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.   Dea ers in  Pianos and  CUBU CIGAR FACTORY  --.o.  /  with safety  LaDYPMITH BRANCH w  W.  A, CORNWALL.  Maaager  Mannfacturers of the Famous  CUBAN  BLOSSOn  None bu   Union Labor    Employed  il J. BOOTH, Prop  Organs ..  Ladysn.":!;, b.c  Dr. Dier Can be found  ������������������{  anytime  at his office on High street. His dental work is guaranteed 'o be first-  class and rates reasonaUj 8t.  HILBERT DAILV LEDGER  */mamm  mm  *m  Union  Brewing Go  NANAIMO    B. C.  N  $  /laivufacturers of the  r  i  4.  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. 686, F.  0. E.    :���������:        :���������:        :���������:        :���������j  Meets in the. Opera House 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President; B. Forcimmer; .  Worthy  Secretary, C-. H. Rummings.  Lager Beer an.I P  In |Biitfsh Columbia  I  ? it.-  Guaranteed Brewed  from the- Best Canadian Malt Run   Hops  i  /  i*^H^������4������I^rI*^'I*4-j������4������I������4^H^'^''M*^������4^^^^'-M^'f 4"I������4-'M*-**I������-K-������>*v-t ���������' -i  NOVELTIES  I3ST  WEATHERED OAk  Things that have sprung into popularity with a bound, beeause they  are strong, they are artistic and they  are not expensive.  Hexagon Moorish TabourettesT?!" in.liTiT $2.75 each  Jardiniere Stands, a vary wide choice of flasigns in   Flemish finish, $1.50 to $3.50 each  Plate Backs. Two shelves with  piate groves, brass cup hooks  under, 18x36, $2.75 each  ���������Stofo Bjcks, Gate PaCirn, with pap for stsi.is, $3.00 each  Book Shelves. 3 shelves. $2.50 each  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING- REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal lands  may  be purchased at $10 per acre for soft, coal   and  $20  for  anthracite.  Not  more  than  820 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  FAME'S   PATHWAY.  The Duke of Argylc was CO years  of age  recently.  During- the last     28  years he has produced  upward of     a  dozen   books,   including   lire  opera   of  "Diarmir"   in  the  groat  jubilee year.  Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria  attended the recent army mancuvres  and sat his horse fur thlee hours in  a drenching rain, in sjyle of re-inon-  slances from medical advisers-. As,a  lesull Iu* caught a cold, and the doctors-revenged themselves by ordering  liinr   to bed for  two or three days.  Lady  Ila>court, who has arrived at  New  York  from Europe after an ab-  jeence of many years, is the daughter of (he American diplomat and  J historian, John Lathrop Motley, and  j the widow of the late Sir William  j Vernon Ifarcourt, one of the most  eminent : lead ess and statesmen of the  liberal  party.  Prince   KhillhoiT,   who  has   acquired  fame In   connection  with   the  trans-  Siberian railway,  renounced his title  and  estates  when  a young  man  and  emigrated to  America,   where he attended  to  a bolt  making  machine  at  a salary     of $7.50 a week.  lie then  got  a position  as   engineer  and   eventual^ became a railway .manager  in  "Venezuela.  COAL  WINES   REGULATION   ACT  Notice of   Examination.  ^ Notice   is   hereby  given   that exam rnalvm twill ire-held for 1st, 2nd and  3rd ckiss^certificates  of competency    under     tire  provisions   of  thc  "Coal  granted upon payment in advance ol\������������������ ***^tT ^1'" .on, lho Mil1' ^ , Z't ���������VT  ������f  NoVe,,,ljer'  7 I ���������'"'���������*.   commencing  at  the  hour     or    'J.-iO  o'clock  in   the forenoon.  four shelves. 24x36,  Shelf Brackets. 24x7 in.,  $3.75 each  $4.50 each  Umbrella Stands. 2 styles,    $3.50 and $5.50  -   -    ��������� ���������      -���������-������-������������������     ���������-  VICTORIA.B.C!  Miners1 Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short    notice.   Drill Sharpened  by u<5  ways gives satisfaction.  Picks  handled and repaired.  Shipsmithing    in aJ1     itsa  ^ranbLe-s  Horeeshoers'and Genera! Blacksmiths.  R. LAWSON  Buller Street   -    -    -    -    L,ady������mith, B C  $.7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company, accoMing 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 thc  mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500 has been expended or paid, the  locator may, upon having a survey  made, und upon complying with other requirements, purchase the land at  $1 an acre.  The patent provides for the payment of a royalty of 24 per cent on  the salps., |  PL/'-ER mining claims generally  are - feet square; entry fee $.">, 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 descretion of the Minister of the Intsrior.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation.within one season from the  date of tfce lease for each five miles.  Rental, $10 per annum for each mile  of river teased. Royalty at the rale  of-.2* per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $"10,000.  "    W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister  of the  In  "erior.  The examinations  will be held at Ferine,  The subjects will Ire  as follows:  Nanaimo and  Cumberland.  1st Class  Candidates  2nd   class  candidates |       3rd  class  candidates  Mining act and  Special   Rnles_  Mine  Gases  Ventilation  Oeneral  Work  "Mining JMathiiiery  Surveying.  Mining net,  and Special   Rules-  Mine  Oases  Ventilation  General  Work  Mining  act and  Special   Rules  Mine Gases aud  General  Work  WATCH  IMROBES  SPACE  Applications must be made tjo the undersigned, accompanied by the  statutory fee,  as follows:  '���������>* an applicant for First and Second Class Examination  $10.00,.  By  an  applicant  for  Third  Class   Examination        S.'ifl  The applications must be accompanied by testimonials ir crrliPed  copies thereof, (a) If a can iii.Hie for First Class',' that lie *s a Piitish  .subject and lias at least five years experience in or about tlie practical  working     of a coal  mine, and is n.t    least  25  years of age.  (ir-.)-If a candidate for '.-jco.id Class, that he has had at leasV 'he  years'  experience in or about t*,e  practical  working  of  a coal   mine.  (c) If a candidate for Third Class, that he has had at least -J.'.-ee"-  years-*  experience in   or about lire  practical   working of a coal  nine!  By order of the Board,  FRANCIS   H.   SHEPHERD  Secretary.  Nanaimo,. D.  C,  September 30th,    1005.  ���������for   Bargains  v.  NOTICE.  From this date tlie undersigned  will not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on a  written order signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V.  I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1905.  N COUVER  B, 5. Weinrobe,  HIGH STREET,  LADYSMITH,  B.   C.  Any  AND       \  Its    Great    Resources  NOTICE.  Notice  is   hereby  given"  that  I will  not be responsible for any debts contracted   by  my   wife,   Lena   Casorzo,  frcmi  or after this date.  C.   CASORZO.,  Ladysmith,- 13.C.,  Oct. 10,   11*05.  [patents  DESIGNS        3  TRADE-MARKS   ������  AND COPYRIGHTS }  OBTAINED       j  ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY  Notice in "Inventive Age "  &  44-4++4-4-+4-++4-4-+4-+4+4++4-4-+++4^4++++4r-+++4^+���������+��������������������������� ������������������������������������������  x L<\C'/SMITH TRANSFER CO.   x\  U  Kind  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD   (,FURNITURF MOVED PROMPTLY A  ND SAFELY.  1  Stables in the rear of the Lad ysmith hotel.     Leave orders at   the  ..-- Abbots ford.  WIL LI AMS AN D M \ 3 *1IX  '������������������-��������� 1  -M-���������+������������������>���������-���������"* ���������������������������;  if-  ������  *  '���������  *  *  *  t"M*-������*������**������**������*'������*^^  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK   A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  *  *  *  * PHONE 66 LADYSMITH J  ��������� w  *K������"*������**������"*������:-*������*������"*������**������*^  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  . Wood and Bark for Sale  BUGGIES  FOR HIRE  :���������:  :���������:  See J. KEMP, or leave orders villi  BLAIR.'&  ADAM  Of  Job  No part of British Columbia tod ay offers so many a'dvantagss to the  investor as. does  VANCOUVER ISLAND.  Its vast and  varied natural wealLh has never been as yet thoroughly  appreciated by reason of the fact that it has nev������  been  promiently laid  before the public.  COAL . GOLD  TIMBER SILVER  FISH IRON  GAME COPPER  Kootenay Steel Range  ���������3 H ���������S  ^Rs  Done, Promptly and  WELL  At  JTRST AVENUE  'PHONE 2-4.  W.   SILER  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  . DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  D(o r-\  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  M. R. SIMPSON  Solicitor,  Ete.  st Avenue  to   Loan  -     LADYSM )  THE  LEDGER  Office  1st   Avenue  Its Vast Agricultural Resources  Its land, when properly cleared,    will grow almost any product of the  soil known  to man,  WHEAT VEGETABLES APPLES.  0ATS . OF PRUNES  RVE ALL   KINDS PEARS  A WONDERFUL SOIL FOR SMALL      FRUITS    AND     BERRIES.  The Canadian Pacific Company will   adopt   a liberal   land   policy,   and  thb    1,500,000 acres controlled     by    them will be disposed of on reason-  Die terms to actual settlers.  Government lands can be secured' and     money can be made by those  who desire  a new home in  a country   possessing the  BEST CLIMATE  In the World  *���������**?<���������==  Expert  Workmanship  The Kootenay Range  is node in the largest  and best equipped stove  foundry in Canada. In  this factory a big staff of  experts devote their entire time to improving- the  Ranges, and their greatest  skill has been given to  the "Kootenay."  It is equipped with many special features not found on  any other make of range. You should examine them carefully before buying any other.-  Sold by all enterprising dealers.    Booklet free.  McCIary"s  London,       Toronto,       Montreal,       Winnipeg,  Vancouver,       St. John, N. B.  mm\^BBmsms^^^Msm.^������  THE DAILY LEDGER, Ladysmith, will supply any information obtainable to those who contemplate a visit with a view of investment if  conditions are found as advised.  Is the centre of the great coal mining district; a beautiful Harbor,  where hundreds, of great colliers come  in   each year.  LADYSMITH  IT IS  THE  JUNCTION OF THE      LINE     FROM    VICTORIA   TO  VANCOUVER, and will continue to  grow U importance as the Island is  v  developed.  Subscribe for and read THE DAILY LEDGER, LADYSMITH, B. C.  adysmifh Hardware Co  Public Notice  Attention is called to the    fact that the  | Ogilvie Flour Hills Co.,  Limited  makers  of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLGUR      have for some time  past been producing flour in a   vastly  improved aad  purified form  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured coatrol  of    all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising  the public that any unc^.u  orized users of the elsetrical   flour purifying preG������sses  will be prosecuted,  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company limited  are tlia    only    uaUiers ia Can ui*. wli>3a      Flour  a purified by tne    electric procsas  i  ,  iii'iiiii 1"  1' 1 ia ii v\ mum .wi ihmhw iim niiini MHiiftiiiMiii*) Jiiiiiiitirra fHH   DAILY   LEDGER  rn4~4  :s*si  ���������ios  a^E  i iiFMi  ' MAID MARGARET���������S.  R.   Crockett's latest book, at Knight's Book  ��������� Store.   ,,.'���������������������������'.  FOR SALE  ';... Fifty acres, eight fenced, improved,'  Srtecn slashed, small, house and barn,  bow,' chickens, two tons hay. Three  miles'from ' Duncans.r .$900 cash, apply M. P. DOUG AN,' Cobble Hill. '  The members of-the'���������fire brigade are  "the .recipients     of a gift'of a cask of  '���������tticcr .from "Mr. If. Rifle,. 6fNanaij.no',-  Weinro'je, sells children's coats very  reasonable. .     ,   ,    I    '  ���������Dr. R. B.    Dier was a passenger to  ���������Victoria, this morning.  Mr. Knight went down to Victoria  on the.morning train.  "Mr. J. E. Smith was in -Victoria  -.yestenia.}', rotiuiii-ig on the evening  "train. >  .��������� .- i. . ,.   "  Rev. Siiv-,1. White, of Nanaimn, pas-  Bt'iL v-t)jiT'iifj;ii' to the capital on the  ���������mornings train:-  -Mr. C. Waiters r-eturnwl to Laily-  smj'.h this niorii'iig after a visit to.  ,the. capitoi.  Best tobacco,   fruit and candies a'l  ���������arter's,  First Avb.iue.  Rev.   Mr.   Ro-rcrs ' Assemblies      of  Evangelists of������������������ Canada  of the 'Prcs-  ������������������!>:��������� teriarr   C-luircli", ��������� will   hold  ten  spe-  Cjil. Evangelist services   in ��������� the' }o&iil  PL '.ircli  commencing .Smiday,   Oct. 15.  THE CITY BAKERY  THE BEST, AND NOTHING BUT  THE BEST  X BREAD ��������� CAKES ��������� COOKIES ��������� and  A GOOD assortment ef FRESH C ONFEOTIONERY  |PIES  X  13TAVE.  A. LUCAS  OuSX  SSr2SSi3^SSiS73  %  r*a?*ar:  PAINTING   AND -PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done  S. ROEDDING  Orders Promptly   Executed  ��������� ���������-LADYSMITH  ���������TOWNS1TE EXTENSFON  Adjoining tho old'townsfte of  DUNCANS, V. I.  A small area has been laid off  ak  in town lots which are .     w offered  Mr. II. Collinsoir last-.evening went  [tie, Victoria where, it is understood,  he. .is'to'., be married.' to'..Miss Besier,  recently, out-from England.. Mr.., ami  ���������Mrs'. Co]!iii$oii will, .on theirreturn  to Ladysmith,;take up their residence  'air the-house recently vacated; by 'Mr!  and Mis. W.  J.   Watson.  . . You  can      get   a nice,   haiKl-knited  jbr.era'. shawl'.at  Weinrobc's  LOW   PRICES   AN I)   ON  EASY TERMS.  The  future  of  the  Cowichan      District  and   Vancouver   Island  will   exceed,- expectations" and   this is a good chance  '"l- a safe aad  profitable  investment., ;.-''���������.- :  SEE PLANS A^DPKIUKS  Agents, J. STEWART J. H  WfllTTOME  La~'lysmitli,  V.  I.  Duncans,     V.  I.  JUST ARRIVED  A large assortment of French  Flannels and  Fancy lustres in  patterns that  would do your  heart good to  look at. Come  early and get  I first choice as  there are no two  alike and all in  blouse length.  HOTEL THIEVES "ACTIVE  IN VANCOUVER.  Vancouver,      Oct.      11.���������Tlie hotel  thieves  who have been, making life a  burden  for  local hotclkeopers      and  giving     the police no i end of worry,  are  still   actiu*  and  have evaded  all  efforts by   the   "fly  cops"   to   bring  them  into   camp.    On  Sunday night,  both the Oriental and ,thc Palace hotels   were  prowled,   the thieves get*;  ting- away with considerable 'casfril and  jewelry.    Last night  G.  E.  Cornwall  and R. L.  Leigh ton,  who roomed in  No.   23 at  the  Arlington, were "touched"  while' asleep, Mr. Cornwall being relieved of a roll of .155 end a 21  jewel crescent Strut  Waltham.  ���������K9JBm*ti������  Thos. Albert Pope, the. well-known  .surveyor, died Tueslday at the Royal  was ,-I.S years of age arrd a native of  "Jubilee hospital, Victoria. ;Deceased  Prince- Edward Island. He .'was : a  '.brother.'of-; Joseph'P^ipc, C.M.C., under secretary of state, and leaves a  ..widow, and small  qhiidren.  B. shot in the right hand; Jacob limlc-  thc riik,. aged 52,- was shot above '���������he  eve;   I'etcr   SiivmII, $������������������.",  Uv'iui-  \  despatch  from Grand Forks,  C. says .that F. Agusfus HeinKC,  the  Moiiitan-a .millionaire,   is ivegotia-' righ  ting for the McKinley mine  in      the   gh  left   leg, -through   the abdomen, in  the lift   thigh.'and   through   the    left  Walter* &  Akenhead  sss  Babies'   hand-knitted  Bootees,  jackets and   Bonnets  at  Weinrobc's.  .Use Porter's Antiseptic Healfrig  .Oil. freely gu a ran text', for sale only  ���������at tire Drug Store.  Boundary (country, 'lhe property "is  one of the best known of the 'Franklin camp, fui-d .'������ credited wilh ^ving  an .immense-body, of: ore. llriiKc is  now. paying a visit, to the,-property.  He went to the mine 6n'iMtirday and  will probably return to Rossland -Ivo-  was at one time a large shareholder  lore the end; of the week... IIein������e  in  Rossland   pr.>*crties. ,  .,.('''"ttfiplaiirts' have been   made  of the  Carelessness of some sportsmen.   Peo-  plc who were on   the road .below..the  fir.st     creek recently, way that ..shots  frrwl  from 'the.  railway  track-,   apparently  at a bird in a free,  passe'd dangerously'    near  tilieni.-   By   lhc   time  -they could get to thc track the careless one  with firearms had disappeared,    Others 'declare that  whMc  walking' or driving on  the road-they have,  been   subjected io   severe   frights    l>j  Slaving    -shot and bullets- pass 'qjuife  me-ii:  them,  apparently  fired  by  some  individual jn  fire bush.    Serious harm  is   likely   to  result   if carelessness or  thi> kiiiid is continued.  Mrs.      To'ng  Dicknian,   of  Naiiaiino,  won   first '.'prize-at... the   Dominion fair  for   the   best   button   hole   work, and  also for tlie icst monon-ram.  SHOT  IN- DEATH  CHAMBER.  ���������o���������  Kansas City, Oct. 11 .���������A special  to the Times from Hastings. Neb ,  says: Over the dea.-d body of his  mother, John Bunlenik sh'ob his sister, his brother and his irother-in-  lavv at an early hour this morning.  "Miss   Frances   Budenik,  aged   i2, was  O POULTRY FARMERS  JOO-ACREFARMNEAR LADYSMITH  Five acres cleared and cullivated, four roomed house  Five Poultry Houses, 5oo Laying Hens, one Plough,  CJoyer Cutter, Axes, Hammer.*-, Stws and Tools of every!;' description, two Spray Pumps, #20 worth o*  Elasting Powcfer, Wiis Nett r g si fxeet high covering  .3 i������2r_acres. 2 i-2 Tons ha} , $20 worth New Laths.  Rifle, Shot Gun and two good Sail Boats.  ift   thigh  am  shoulder.    The  latter   two   are    n     a  dying, condition'.    The  ' 'looting     occurred   in  a death  chamber at       the  home of Mr- and  Mrs. Peter Smeall,  where Mrs, M.   Budenik died at 10.;*6  o'clock last -night,  and  was   thc result of a family  quarrel  that had existed for  years.    Mrs.   Budenik    was  staying jrit.the home;of her daughter,  Mrs. "Peter  Smeall,   arrd   because  of  (he family trouble her sen  John was  not permitted  to sec  her   during- her  serious   illness.     When   John   he.*,*-". ..*f  his mother's death  h*st night, I he determined   to  view  the  rema-'ms      at  any     cost.    Shortly  after  midnight  lie secured entrance into  the Smeall  home   through   the   kitchen.     Making  his I way  to thc death  chamber,     he  entered   and   found   the  entire   family  surrounding the corpse,  watching the  undertaker  prepare   the  remains.   Advancing ' to  the corpse,   John   placed  Iris hand  on   the lifeless body       and  said'    "Thanks,   my  m'Mhcr."       His  sister Frances said something.to him  in  Polish,  whereupon  he struck her.  ThiMi he drew  a revolver and   shot at  bis sister over   thc  dead  body  of hi;  mother.       Befoie he  could   be  overpowered ire had shot his  sister,   his  brother and  his brother-in-law.      lie  was arrested   and   is 'now   in  jail.  $450 Cash and $750 on Mortgage  P. O. B ox 268i  J.STEWART,  Ladysmith  Phone 3  Store Lately Occupied by John  Thompson, complete with counter  and fixtures.  Rent $15 per month, App?y to  51 MPSON  a1  re  you tried  NABOB TEA?  : 50c. CeySon Tea in the  arket  esi  xorrisons, Laaysw^  WHlLTAMS   BLOCK.      -   -    - TELEPHONE   8-7  VEGETABLES  ONIONS, 6 LB. 25c.  POTATOES, $1,00,  $1,25 SACK  CABBAGE 2c. IB.  FRESH FISH  SMOKED SALMON  SMOKED HAIIBUT  FRESH KIPPERS  2 UL��������� ZSC  SPORTS  ASSOCIATION   ���������  An ofii-rl  is  being made to arrange  a football   mot eh   bet-ween   two  local  teams to be played on   the afternoon  of  the 15th.  BASEBALL���������  The baseball season closed in Seattle on Sinivlay.   tin,the same day tire  Seattle   Time's   published   the   following:  It  is  now  pretty  generally   understood      all   around   lire*  circuit   that  that, meeting  held  in   Portland   a few  wceJ.s  ago   where   it  was voted       to  continue   the coast   league   for   three  more  years,   did   not   mean  anything.  The   real   test,   will   come  in   the   annual meeting  to.be he'd *i'i San Francisco  in  December..   A bieak-up  may  occur at   that  time  that will  result  in  a new circuit  here,  something oil  the lines of (he old  Pacific -.National,  while   the  California   towns  -will    go  back to  the old  four-club Californian  league.   One. thing certain, the northern  towns will not  gi* in (unless they  get a better deal  than  the  one they  arc now working-under.; [The Seattle  men arc  perfectly -indifferent as     to  whether  they play .with Calif.'fcnia or  rrot. .A  fine six-club c.irciiit can     be  rormed   up here,   while  in   California  a four-club  league is  about    the limit.   Under   the   present   arrangement  Uncle Marry Harris  is. the undisputed boss .pf the league, and San  Francisco 'is 'the whole thing-.  A .new deal  will have to be made, and  more consideration      shown   to   the   northern  clubs next year,  or  they will      not  stay  in the'iieague.   That nwrch seems  certain.    It may be-that Uncle Henry,  will  be able to spread  the salve   on  the  same terms   as-at present,     but  lliey   will not  stand   for  if,   and     as  they can  be perfectly   independent"-of  Calil'onr'ia and  still stay yu   the,baseball   business,   they   are in   a position  to  dictate  nyre favorable  terms.  NO  SALVAGE  ON      ",   *  OARED BOATS.  The Vancouver   Province says'  The  recovery  of  several  fishing  boats and  rowboats in the Gulf of Georgia lately      has   raised   a ratjher  interesting  point in respect to the question     of  salvage.    These boats,  cast adrift or  abandoned   during stress  of  weather,  were  brought  into  port  by  incoming  tugs,   whtcsc masters  in-������e\'eral     instances set  up   a claim . for  salvage,  in      one  case thc sum  of ^."i being  sought as compensation  for  towing a  fishing boat in.  Investigation    by     legal .authority  has  developed  the  fact that no legal  claim  for   salvage can  be  set up for  lire rescue of .any boat which is whol  ly     or in  part dependent upon oars  for  its motive powers.    As   a fishing  boat     is   frequently  propelled      by  oars,  it  is held   that   no  salvage can  be claimed  for the rescue of such a  craft.  This is  interesting  to shipping men  espeo'blly  to the  masters  of vessels  of the mosquito ,fleet,   who  frequently  fall  in   with  small boats adrift ia  English   Bay.    Of corns'?,  no salvage  can   be claimed   for .any craft rescued  within   the limits  of  the harbor,  but     it  is a new  and   pertinent fact  that ���������   m'vie  can   be  secured   on any  boat  propelled     by oars- no matter  where it   is  found.    This being     tho  case tugboatmen   will   not  in future  show  any   disposition   to  go  out   of  their way   to pick up drifting boats  and  bring  them to port.  Cold  *%<+  Weat  NOTTCK.  -:o:   Notice is hereby given that the undersigned wifl apply at the next regular sitting pf the Licensing B'.inrd  for the transfer of the retail liquor  license held by him for thc Portland  Hotel,'located orr lot 5, block'2, let  Avenue, City of Ladysmith, to John  (logo. ANGELO   TATE.  llusscll  Simpson,  Solicitor  for applicant.'  Lad\smith,   B.   ('.,  October i,  1905.  The first glass tumbler used in  England was made for Abbott Benedict in   A.I).   GOO.  Weinrobc's is the place In buy La-  hies' rcadv-made  Skirts.  V375���������Cash secures a fine resid������uc������ in  thc choicest part of the city. Only  $2-1'1 more to pay at the rate of  $12- per month. Owner has invested over ">';( 0 irr improvwinont*.  Water laid, on.   Fine garden.  $ 1,500���������Cash   and   $1,500   in   5 ��������� years  at 'G  per   cent,   buys   20-acre  farm  one     mile  from iDuncan.   12 acres  inideii   . cultivation.   Eight-ioonicd.  house and  large  frame  barn.  $280���������Cash    and    $J00  on  mortgage  buys  two  lots  each   60x120  only  a  few  yards   from   post-oflice.     Fine  investment..  $100���������Cash and balance-of $210 oh  timc buys a fine corner lot in good  locality.  FOR RENT������������������A nice five-roomod  house; all neatly papered and painted.  FOR RENT���������Nice four-roomed house  Water laid on.  $7  per month;  Fire,   Life   and   Accident  Insurance.  Deeds,   Wills,     "Mortgages,   Contracts  and   Agreements  Drawn.  'PH������NH   2-4 PHONE   24  t^3&%sBm3%mmwrs&&4ms4&&&s!i\  m  J. STEWART  Conveyrncing      %���������       Notary Public  Phone,  3.  P.  O. BOX 268  Colds  Good Cook Stove  One No. 8 Cook Stove w.th  Reservoir $6.50  HeatingStoves for  wood and  coal both.  Also the Ladysmith make  in stock j  C  PETERSON'S Store  Cor. 5th. and Roberts S  "ft Ams&i U ton* ia mUU that  ���������nrr eeld -treakeaa th* hug*, low-  ���������n tk* tHx\W.j and prepare* the  yt������n*t ior f*M trior* Mrieus dis-  ���������mk*, among -flAtefc ace the tiro  grmtiat 4sctt������T������a ef kauiaa life,  pnesafmia ana owwptkm  Chamberlain's  C&iigh Remedy  k*3->K*M Jta gJMRi-  pEWBg* sweaai '  ailatea������\  tt  U������*ea   W  ���������otst&aammi.  ease*.  tjr by tta  taoat coalmen  tiaa, re-  aaxMi* thc  a aaaady and  It   awaaSeracU  always adds to your list of wants.  We are prepared to supply them, our  Fall and Winter stock of goods having arrived. ^  LADIES'   ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR  GENTS' ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR  RAINCOATS,   ETC.   .  A large assortment of  Blouses just in by ex pi es.  thing entirely new in design.  Ladies'  Some=  SIMON LEISER'&'CO Ltd.  OAT ACRE ST  IADYSM21E  W. G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor/  (ibt| Avenue)  Fall  Stock   on   hand. Call earlv and  ���������V    1  get your choice  Hammer  Guns at  20 PR CENT  Discount for  CASH;      '  Saturday Bargains  We have decided to reduce  our stook of  HAMMER GUNS  .So offer  these snaps  for  Saturday.  The Ladysmith Hardware Co., Ltd,  ���������Vl-IK Of  ���������\  WAFHES,/^LiCKS & JEWELRY  Repaired on the premises,   charges  moderate  B.FORCFMHER  WATCHMAKER,  JEWELER, OPTICIAN  Avenue,    XX   X      Ladysmith,   B.G^  MMM-M-aMM I    \\fJMJHBKmsn  We are making them 01 th2 NiWJst  Styles.;  Pattern and Lates<  \  WE DO ALL KINDS OF FOUNDRY  WORK  Our Prieea are Reaaona,   hie i  SEE OUR   NEW STOVES INiiLAIR AND ADAM'S 'WIND'OWS.  ' and at L^dysmiih Hardware Ccrr.pany  L\DYSniTH IRON & STOVE WORKS CO,, LTD.  Dr. Dier's adlce is ������pen evenings  unci appoiutmcmls can bo mad* (or  work at any time Urrough the week.  Only first-class dental work is turned out and it is done at reasonable  prices st  BOOTS  AND SHOBS  AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing  and  nutking to  order   a  sciality.  THOHAS   MCEWAIS  let Averaue,   Ladysmitk, B. C.  D Minting,  PAPEkMANGINO  ETC.  aajytaaticaey to-mrA ������naKm������iia.  *Price 25c, Larjje Sk������ 50c.    .  %g&mmmmWmmWmmmm**9mmmmWmtmW'  Work done proparly and at     rlirh'  prices.     Skop and  residemce In  rear  of  Ladysmith Hotel.  J, E. SMITH, Prop  Dr.R.B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  All  work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  High St. Ladysmith  OPEN.AT ALL HOURS,  0j,  ���������ors  Ah Wing  Merchant  ix..  La dies.' ric-Otnts'.CIoflii s A'ade  Order. ""  PERFECT FIT GUARANT" ���������'. ������,  LADYSMITH,   B.  C


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