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Array rLEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.  ^FSf^S*^^^"*5T;*rVs������*./ ���������..&?������������������;'��������� i  "-Sp***7  Daily  r������--  vol.2,  WEDNESDAY OCT. 4,   1905.  PRICE FIVE   CENTS  A PARTY OF NOTED  MINING MEN  .f ���������  Party  That  Left   for Nanaimo  To-day are Mining Men  of Standing  They Are Traveling Around the  World Inspecting Mines and  Mining Conditions  PITCH un  m  Put  up  the  Job   to  Himself Kidnapped  THE A MATCHLESS PEARL HID OF TRADE SES  I BINS       I  SION LAST NIGHT  Thought His Father Would  Come Down Handsomely  0<* A Potentate of Malabang,  the Sultan of  Yol������  Gir������n to MiiP Alice Roost  veit While on Her  Travels  -'-Messrs.'     J.  CJ.  Dixon,  of Sheffield,   he stated that in  his  opinion  thc  Ty-  Ln^iaiKi,  J.  A. Poacocii, oi jnontreui.' eeCompany    stood   to make    a very  .ana a.   Arclubaiu, 0r Vancouver, 'caJ,alge amount    o������ money out of their  ;lad> smith     today   .via Nahaiir.u. kh ��������� is,,ml propcrties.  '.'Vancouver,  and the. two (ouncr    wm  , ,    ���������     t-   Of  the     Untaiima mines, he stated  sail on tlie  Empress of tlie Ziiul. for  Japan.   The latter gentleman,   v.ho is   'h't w,������ ������la-ni is tlle best.aud thc ai-  omy with the .party temporarily,  win ' gme^-ring      work in     laying out.the  ,- not go further than his home at Vain-   wordings, the best in Canada.  ���������couver.   During    a pleasant con\ersa-     Uf  tiie famous Nickie Plate groupc  'tion   with     Mr.   Dixon  last  mght, he   in-the    Sunilkanieeu country,  only a  " fctated    that    with    his associates I'.e'-shortage'of     water    curtails tlie out-  ,} had    visited every  coal     and quart'/,   put only   10 stamps are now running  ���������- mine of note fiom Cape ilreton to tlie! when  there  would  le 120  or more if  Pacific.   They win continue t:wir trip, Water were     obtainable.   As it is, he  visiting and   inspecting 'mines   through!  China,"Japan, Russia and other scc-  ' lions of Asia and Europe. They are  ' simply gathering information for finau  ." cial sj nilicatcs, Mr. Dixon being th������  ���������"' metallurgist       and    Mr.     Archibald  the     'Mining        Ininocr. They  -, visited the      Wellington    coal    mines.  [ They   satisfied     themselves from per-  thuiks "other properties in tliat immediate \ieiHity are practically valueless beta sj of this lack of water, as  the Daly Company have au obtiain-  a "e water controlled, and even then  have not half enough for their own  use. Li  Speaking generally,  Mr.   Dixon  said  that     the mines   of British Columbia  .��������� sonai     knowledge, of   the extent and  have not yet reached   the prominence  ���������great value     of tlie Extension mines. ,������n- the  mining world  that  Australia's  -. They salso visited     the Tyee Smelter,' ha* e,   but he     beiieved  with  devdop-  -" and yesterday,  with General Manager  ment   and     proper handling it would  '. Livingston    visited  the Moune Sicker  rot be   very     many years    until  the  ' "j mines. Without     doubt, said Mr-  IMs- Province     would be in the first rank  i''on, the Tyee     Company have a more as a mining country.   His reports are  i than valuable     property,  thc ore av- made to ���������  finanpiai bodies with which  1 eraging $22    per Ion and of a quality he is    connected,     and they are used  "easily smelted,     gives magnificent re-' generally,     when thc time arrives. A't  .- tuins.   In thc 1000-foot shot shaft at any mte,     judging from their earnest  the    Tvee mine Mr.  Dixon savs con- and     enthusiastic    "statements    last  ditions are mor-c than/promising. The  ore found at that depth gives evidence  of permanence, higfh" grade, and large  bodies.'.' These, Mr. Dixon thinks, will  night, Pritish Columbia win have  firm ' friends in the persons of Messrs. Dixon and Peacock-, now that  they   have seen     its mineral  richness  be realized as woik goes on: - In, fact,  -for themselves.  -     ���������    -  THE ELECTI&C LIGHT  PLANT OF KAMLOOPS  The following  article,   which     was   and the price charged is 2") cents per  published in The Ledger a month  since, is again published ..below, in-  order, that, any of our subscribers'  'who did, not look it over closely  may do so now if they feel interested:     '  ..'���������"        , -^ Y      "-��������� Y :;,'' '"'  F.S. Reynolds, Esq., Ladysmith,  B.C., Dear i Sir,���������-In reply to your inquiry of the aoth ult., I would say'  1,000 Watt hours (which is equiva-  lcntto 1 per cent, per hour pf a-10-  eandlc-powcr lamp) with a discount  of 25 per cent. foL- prompt payment,  before the. 10th of the month; but  large consumers,: such as hotels,  which burn lights all night, get further discounts, according to the amounts of their bills.    *  New York, Oct. 4.���������A Butte, Montana,  despatch  to  the World       say's  that the  man  calling  himself     Pat  Crowe,   who  was arrested   in  Butte  monday  night  by two detectives  after he had  been  about thecijty for a  week,   made  a statement  last  night  relative  to the  kidnapping of Eddie  Cudahy,   declaring   that thc  proposition-to  "work"   the boy's  father for  a ransom   came   from   the. boy   hi nisei ������.  Edward   A.   Cudahy,   jt.,   wns      15  years old  at  the time he was  kidnapped,  Dec.   18,   1900,, but,   according to   the account given by.Crowe,  thc  boy -disappeared   Novcrmber   18,  1900.   Crowe gives  the story of   his  life and     says  lie was a prosperous  butcher   in   South   Omaha   when  tho  elder Cudahy came there,   built       a  packing house,   and  drove him out of  business.       After  that   he   went   to  work for 'Cudahy and thus .became acquainted   with- the family.    On Sept.  0,   1!){I0,   he met young Cudahy     on  thc  street,  and   Crowe says  the boy  at first broached the .subject .of working  upon  bis  father's  feelings for    a  big  ransom.  At first ho paid no attention     to  the proposal, but it was repeated later,     he says, and with such deta" i  that.he concluded  togo into  the- alleged plot with the boy.  A   third   party   was  taken'in,., but  he got frightened,   believing   that the  scheme was a trap.   The Cudahy boy,  it is asserted by Crowe, proposed demanding      $50,000   from   his   father,  hut Crowe and Callahan,  tlie second  .party     he"    took  .'������ito  the scheme,  thought  $25,000   was  enough.       The  story of  Crowe  as to how  the kid-  nippers      worked,, and    how   Cudahy was a leading spirit     in  the adventure, and never a'prisoner is given. The three     divided the  $25,000,-  young Cudahy  being given   $6'000  as  his "share.   He was then taken to his  home and left a few blocks from tbe  Cudahy house,   Crowe  says.  An "Omaha special to the World  says that Mrs. E. A. Cudahy ridicules the statement made ny Crowe  that ber son Eddie himself was a  party to the kidnapping, and'tliat he  received $(5,000 of his father's money.  San   Francisco,  Cal.,  Oct.   3.���������  A  matehloss pearl,  set  in a ring worn  by the Sultan of Yolo,  was  presented     to Miss Alice Roosevelt by the  potentate  of Malaibang,   P.I.,   and he  made  the  presentation because     he  thought he had been outdone in courtesy by a rival tribal ruler.   Thc Sul  lan tore  the ring from  his finger and  ottered it  to Miss  Roosevelt.   Her refusal     would have  meant offense to  the Oriental   ruler,   so sho gracefully  accepted  the gift.  Members of the Taft party  told .of  the  incident  on  arrival,   and   added  (bat  the  daughter  of  the  President  almost became the  innocent cause of  a tribal  war.     When   (he Taft party  arrived     at     MalaLang,__the Sultan  took great care  that  the party  was  piopcrly  entertained.    The  tribesmen  gave  an  exhibition   of sports       and  games and the Sultan     was dressod  for the occasion  in a suit of  American clothes.    In thc evening he   appeared  in  his full  royal  regalia,  and  presented M.iss Roosevelt with several  splendidly embossed  bolos,   spears  nnd   kirisscs.    Miss   Roosevelt  seemed  very much pleased.  Then came Jokaiiin, a rival chief-'  tan, and with much ceremony offer-'  ed a string of pearls .as a gift. The'  gift of Jo'-anin seemed to please -  Miss Roosevelt more than the spears  and bolos, and she danced away tp'  show the pearls to her friends. i  Thc  Sultan   fairly, snarled   at  his!  rival and strode to     "Miss Roosevelt.  He     made a low obeisance and tlien  offered  the gold circlet that he   had  taken   from  his finger.    Miss  Roose-  volt's smiles  seemed   to  brush  away  his     rage,      for   be cast. a sidelong  glance  of   superi-.-rity  at  the  hated  Jokanin. -   -  Tranf port ation Questions  Diicussed and Correspondence Directed  The Conditio/ii  of Wharf  Road Diicusied and Recommendations Made  ,.,,., .,        . , The revenue for last year was $12-  that_it is rather; difficult to  give'you  57O.OO,   and   tlie  operating   expenses  $9,593.0fl,  to  which  should  be  added  the: information you desire.   Our electric light  plant  is  run  in connec-  ���������tion     with      our  waterworks, both  buildings using the same oilers,   and  ��������� are operated-by-..the same staff. I  seiwUyou, however, a copy of our fin-  . ancial statement, which shows how  she operating expenses are ''divided  between   the   two  plants.  The maim generating plant is capable of supplying 2,500 lights at one  interest   and   sinking   fund  The   population of  Kamloops  isy I  should   judge,   about   i2,2110,   although  the last -census,���������-in 1901, gave it   as  considerably less. -.-.'"* Yours  truly,  J;   CARMENT,  City Clerk,   Kamloops.  In -the'.statement the- balancing expense, by which it;is shown that the  cost .of fuel is considerably more than  tune, and although some 4,000 ligjhls halt- 0f the operating expenses, fuel  are installed, there will probably be in Kamloops being high,  no more than 2,000 lights in use ait Electric light working account:-  one and the same time. Tbe auxil- Engineers, $2,518.7(5; fuel, $5,0S2.71;  iary generator has a capacity of 2,- labor,' $281.98; material, $948.7-2; oil,  000 lights,;, and-is-only used when ah(, waste, $115.72; iiisurai.ee, $138.-  the load  is  light. . . j 58,   freightY$144.l3;   repairs,   $33.80;  -  The cost.of installing Uie main and   teaming,  $225;      blacksmith.    $5.50;  aiixiUhry, plants,  with switch-boards, ! printing  and stationery,  $57.20; test-  pole lines,  transformers, meters, and   hig meters, $12.15;  duty,  $1.80;  sid-  sharc of     power house and  boilers,  j j,lgi   $83.58;. testing   boilers,   $15.45;  was $35,000,000. | postage,   $2.25;   expense.  $14.35;   sim-  The  current   is supplied  by   meter,    dries,  $21.85;   total,  $9,592.97.  STEAMBOAT   LINES   HAVE  THEIR   TROUBLtci.  ;New York,  Oct. 4.���������The cable an-'  nounceiiient   of      the  sailing   of  tlie  Ityjyal     Mail  steamer' Packet  Company's     steamer Tagus from Southampton  on-Saturday  for New-York  via  the -   West   Indiea,   inaugurated  the new     service of that Coimpaiiiy.  between this port,  Jamacia,  Central  and      South  Africa,   and the Windward  Islands,     created  considerable  comment     in   transportation   circles.  A mil L.  Boas,  manager of   the New  York   office  of  the .Hamburg-American .l'.'ine, yesterday, said:  "Thc  Haininirg-American  line  considers.'this- an interference with-their  business   and.    in   order   to   protect  their interests  they have  given  notice . of   withdrawal   from   the   West  Indian  Conference,   to   take  effect-on  Oct.   9th.     The West  Indian  Conference includes all thc line's from England  and  the continent  to the West  lnd'ics.and  the  withdrawal of       the  Hamburg   American   line   it. is said,  may   precipitate  a rate  war  on   both  sides  of the  Atlantic iu the West Indian   lirld.  ************    ������    *****  * '   TREATY PASSES. *  "������������������ Tokio, Oct. 1.���������Tbe peace trea- *  "* ty passed the Privy Council to- *  r   day. ���������  ���������������** + ********    *    ***.������  There  was  a short session   last "evening   of   the   Board   of  Trade,      at  which     the  President,     Mr.   W.   A.  Cornwall,   presided.   The.  minutes ()f  last  meeting  were  read   by  ihe  Sec-  1'clary,  Mr.   Robert  Allan,  and     approved .  Some discussion  followed the rcad-  i'ig,of Captain Troupe's .lellcr, which  was published   a week  since  re      the  S.S.   Joan.   The secretary read    his  correspondence   with  Captain   Troupe  re  tlie selection of Tuesday  instead  of Saturday for a s(cain(r service to  'Vancouver;      also   relative to  train  connections  with the boat at Nanaimo  on Wednesday  and   Saturday  evenings, alj of which .was approved |,y  the Board and  a vote  of  thanks tendered to ithe..Secretary  Tor his promptness in   the  matter.  The subject of the road acioss the  C.P.R. tracks from thc wharf was-  discussed, as was the repairing \or  the roadway up from (lie wharf. H  was repotted to thc board by a mem  her that Marshal Bray, government  agent, would soon begin the work,  having been, so directed by tlie Government engineer,  Mr.  Gamble.  The Secretary was instructed to  write Mr. Parker Williams, M.P.P.,  relative to the Gazetting' the road  'is  a government   highway.  Corros'poivdcncc in relation to keeping  open  tlie  telephone  oflicce  until  10 o'clock,   instead  of eight,       was  read;      a letter from  Superintendent  Kent,  saying   that  the revenue       in  Ladysmith      was   so small -that   he  could <iot see his  way clear to  incur  the necessary $25 or   $30 per month  extra   for so   arranging  until       the.  revenue  is larger.   Some  further cor-  lespondente  in reference  to this matter was - ordered-,  and  the  Board  adjourned.  ALDERMEN DISCUSS  THURSDAYS MEETING  And Having no Quorum Spend  J an Hour in Talking Electric  (Light  All Agree That we  Need  and  Should Have a Good, Water-  power  System  There was  no quorum, last evening   every  member of the council is anx-  so  there was  only  an  informal  discussion of the electric light question  at  the   council     chambers, and   the  public  meeting  to   be held on Thursday  night.  -[M  scorned to  be tbe opinion  of the al'terincn generally   that  a sufficient   supply   of water can   be  secured   for   running  a piunt.  and it  s* quite  likely   that  some declaration  from   the entire council, on the    subject  will he'made  at tbe Thursday  evening niectiiio.  All agiec that it is in the interest of the city to secure, if at all  possible, water power.   In any case,  ious that no mistake be made,  and  will look closely into the question.  AU      who  attend  the meeting  on  Thursday evening will be well     repaid by what they will  learn,  as to  how     pUnts  are operated in other  cities  in  the  Province.  It is regretted by the entire council that the terms of holding the  election are mandatory, and that thc  polls must be closed at four o'clock.  Quite likely some arrangement will  be made that the train arrive from  the mine in time en Saturday so that  the  taxpayers   can   rest  assured that   all  may cast their vote.  WHO ARE THE  LADYSMITHMEN  ARE CONSIDERING THE  TREATY   OF  PEACE.  Tokio,   Oct. .5.���������A  prolonged  meeting of the     privy  council  was held  here   this  morning      which   was   not  concluded   at  noon.  The unusual lcnglth of the sitting  shows that the matter tefore it is  of unusual importance and it is believed that the treaty of peace with  Russia is under consideration. Shorn*,  the treaty meet with approval. of  the Council  it  will be ratified soon.  Edgi'iigten,     West     Va.,  Oct.  3.���������  Two women and  four children   were  burned      to   death 'in   a cabin   homo  last night.   The  two husbands of the  DESPERATE   EFFORT   TO  SAVE   FATHER   AND   HUSBAND."  New  York,   Oct.   ���������!.���������Notwithstanding a desperate struggle of his  wife  and son   to hold him  by the  feet after  he had fainted and  toppled  over  the sill  of au  open window,  George  l'\  Krapp, cashier of the Cooper Ex-  changp Bank, fell to the street from'  the   fourth  flo-sr  of his  home  today  and  was  killed.  A. SHRUBB  IS SUSPENDED  New York,  Oct.   1.���������A special cable  despatch to  the  Sun from  London says:   lhe Ameteur Athletiifc As-  e.oeiatio'ii has  permanently  suspended  Alfred Shrubb,. the English chain pi oh  distance runner,  for malpractice    in  sports.     Last  August  the  Association refused him permission to go to  Canada, and the United  States       to  compete for the championship there.  Their  reasons for  the, refusal   were  not)     made  public.    On   August  Yh,  Slirubb Won  the  five-mile  run        nx,  Horsham      in 24.51  1-5,  which was  .03  <H> better than his  own world's  record.    Then  it  was announced   that  lie was going to Canada and the United States.     Later Shrubb lost    a  half-mile  race  to   J.   McGough,   the  Scottish distance champion,   and    it  was stated  that Shrubb ran   "n   -cry  listless  st,} le.    On   August  15th   lhe  Association   refused   permission       10  make  the  trans-Atlantic trip.  THE RACE  WHEEL  ' AT  SPOKANE.  One of the numy_gaiii.is ror ini;cing  a man nto separatmp; h-mvif fiom  Ins cash at the fair was ici-.'.; wluvi  lhc banker set three arrivs gc..g  ami rhe crowd threw-'Ms t,er,s ���������n lhe  space taken byi the horse on vi.icli he  wanted to place his money. Ji" the  arrow pointed to his space he got  his money back, and ihe banker paid  him a similar sum out cf the till.  If two of the arrows stopped >on cue  horse he got double the amount of  his bet. This was the busiest of all  the games, One girl went up against  the.game, placing her'money on Hamburg,. Hamburg won, and she ehoso  Hamburg for a steady bet. Time after time she won, sometimes c'ouTiling the winnings, and it was observed that the young men about her followed her tip on Ham-burg. At the  last she Was winner perhaps SS or  $10, and jumped  the game.  "Not-going  to. quit  mc?"  said  'the  race-track,    man, 'in   a ��������� hurt     tone,  ''won'if you must,  please bring some  inonev back when vo'u-comc again."  A quiet but persistent  report      is  going   thc rounds  o,f two   Ladysmith  Nimrods  who  went  hunting in     tho  mountains  back   of   town   and   made  camp.    After   a reasonable   rest,   they  started .out hunting, a.r.\\ after,search  ing  for  deer  and  grouse ior a while,  they began to search for camp. They  slept      '.11 the open   that night.    The  next  day,  half  famished,   they found  their  way  to   the city declaring   like  thc big     chief,  that "Wigwam lost,  not  Indian."      A few days  after another   party  came  across   thc outfit  and,      it is said, enjoyed  themselves  well.    Now comes  a Nanaimo story.  As  told  by  tbe  Herald,   it  is as follows:  Cons labile Stephenson received word  last ceiling  that  Jack Pearson,    of  tin's     city, who had  been  lest      on  Black   Jack Mountain since  Monday,  last  night  turned  up  safely  at Wellington,   after  spending two  days  in  the woods.      It appears that      the  three brothers,   Jack, Tom  and Fred,  went out early Monday  morning  for  a day's   hunt  on  Black Jack.  During  the course of   the  day Jack becamo  separated from1" the. other  two,   lost  his  bearings  and was  unable to  get  out  of   the timber  before  nightfall.  When he failed to put in an appearance before dark, Tom and Fred  came to Wellington on Monday night  with-the news, and then went out  agaift the next morning, to see if they  could find winy trace of him, hut none  was th be found. Mr. Pearson's father, who resides at Wellington, informed Constable Stephenson yesterday  afternoon   of the  facts   and       a  JOHN IS A  GOODMAN  Chicago, Ills., Oct 4.���������"I would  rather be John D. Rockefeller today  divested of his wealth and with his  lovable personality, than any of the  crew, saints or sinners, who are attacking him." The foregoing is a  quotation from aii interview published today with Dr D. K." Pearsons,  a Chicago millionaire, nationally  known as, a philanthropist. Mr. s  Pearson  contHnued:  "To tbe popular mind, excited, miw  by socialistic outcries,   there  is    no  wealth   that  is untainted.    This   cry -  of  'Tainted  money'  is  no gert.   It is  unfair,   and  not   American.    It   ba������  become      the rallying cry "of the Socialist,  and  the discontented ���������,member  of society,' who hates those ,  whose  wealth  exceed  their own."  Mr.   Pearsons,  after  talking  in this  strain     with  vigor    for   some  tune,  showed  a recent letter  which  he  had  received      from Mr.  Rockefeller.  Divested of  personalities,   it  concluded:  "Thank  you      for your kind words,  good frieml.    I appreciate them.   Lire  is short   and   you   and   I have       too  mucjh. to   do in   the world  to   be diverted   from  our   purpose to  try   to  make      things   better.    Let us   keep  right on  and do our  test in  our day  and  generation,  rejoicing i"n  the beau  tiful  sentiment  expressed  by  our  lamented   Lincoln   'With   malice       towards -none and charity ifVr all.' Sincerely  your friend,   John  D.   Rockefeller."  FINANCE  MINISTER  LASSEN  SUBMITS   BUDOET.  Copenhagen',.'"Oct.   4.���������M.'rister     of  search"   party  was being organized   to [finance   Lassen   today "submitted   the  TROUBLES OF THE  GRAND TRUNK R.R.  Chicago,   Ills.,   Oct.   -L���������High   0IT1-  BOMR THROWERS.  DOES  NOT  Lii-KE '  CHINESE METHODS  Washington, D.C., Oct. 4.���������C!eo".L.  Dobson, of Iowa, formerly a secretary of state there, has resigned his  position as Consul General'at-Hang  women escaped. Those burned wore | Chow, China, after but a very few  Mrs.  J.  Algo and her three children,'weeks of work.    He has  written   to  and Mrs. Jos. Cardeill and one child , friends here complaining of the modo ing two without queues from Pekin  Their charred bodies were found in of life of the Chinese, which he can- wcrc banded over to the viceroy for  the smoking ruins of the cabin. not stand. investigation on Tuesday, Oct.  3.  Aitbough   the  agents   of  the   North  American-   Commercial   Company,   the  lessees  of  the sealing rights  on    'the Y'iate   of  thc   Grand   Trunk   Railway  Pribyioff islands in  Rehring sea,  lia,ve ���������liave lic<3������ called to Chicago to pre  periodically  spoken   of  a   decline    jof  the   seal     herds, the number of sealskins taken on the rookeries and ship  peii from the islands (luring the past  sciason   totalled   74.308,   as  compared  with   13,2IS   sealskins  shipped   during  the     proceeding ycae of  1()04.   These-  fiftiucs are given in a repojrt of W. 1.  LcmjjSky, the United States agent on  the rookeries of Behrnig sea.   During  last      winter   the  company  took  2S9  ibiue foxes and 135 white foxes on the  islands.   A  close season      will   be dc-  deciarcd "this   winter  on  St.  Paul is  land.  EVERYBODY INVITED to  the ReCeDtiOn at the Opera  House tonignt. Admission  and Supper Free.  go out this morning in an effort t0  locate the missing man. This was  not necessary, however, as Mr.  Stepb.'i.soii received word last; night  tli.it Mr. Pearson had just turned up,  having emerged from the bush at a  point near Wellingtob.  'vent   a general   strike   of  switchmen  on the system,  growing out  of    the  walk-out- of  75 men in the yards    at  Elsdon. Local  ollicers  last night  admitted that the labor situation is  growing more critical hourly. Fourth  Vice-President McG.uigaii and General Superintendent Browxilce, of the  Grand Trunk, will arrive from - Detroit today and will conifer with!Division   Superintendent   F.   XV.   Egan  Boston, Oct 3.���������What the police  consider and important and promising  due to the solution of the Winthrop  dress suit case mystery developed tonight. The mystery of the dismembered body of a young girl found in  a suit, case in the harbor' remains  unsolved.  The officers believe they have learned the name of the man who bought'  the two dress suit cases at t'he-  south end pawn shop and they have  secured a photograph of the suspect.  It is poss;bie they say that an ar  rest win be made tomorrow. The  man whose name the police do not  care to make known at this time, is  the manager of the office of a Tre-  inont street doctor who is of doubt-  Mr. Fred Bland who injured . his  knee sonic lime ago and has .been under the care-of Dr. Wasson will be  about again in  a few   davs.  budget for 1906-7 to the Lower  House. He estimated the revenue at  about $21,427,000 and the expenditures at about $20,750,000. Minister  Lassen is the first Minister of Finance to recognize in his budget the  international chamber of agriculture,  started under the auspices of the  King of Italy, on the initiative ot  David Lubin, of California. The  minister asks for an appropriation  to enable Denmark to participate ia  the  cBtablishment of  a chamber.  HOME BUT, LIKE  McGINTY, VERY WET  and his assistant, W.'E. Costcllo. It ful reputation, and who?o place of  j is expected also that a conference business has for some time been un-  . will   be'held   with  a committee from de1"   the  surveillance of  'the  authorit-1  the 'strikers in an endeavor to adjust fes- '''he police claim to have cviil-  1 the dispute. encc that jiie^ai  operations lvave boon i  Vice .Grand Master .James   B. Con- performed  at the doctor's  office. j  Yes, said Mine Host lievcridge, of the old camp after the weather has  the Grand, cheerfully, last evening, cleared up and hopes wc had a rood  we arc home again, and excuse me, I\Yme? That's Fraser, ibea hc adds  will have no more Salt Spring hunt- ''"suit to injury by bringing ii. a  ing trips in mine. "Had a good K.nic,' bunch of pheasants and tons -.bout  didn't you?" Queried the reporter, shooting .them through the window  '.Wen," said, Mr. Bevoridge. "if you'01" oft the porch of his boarding  can it a good time to sit in an old, house." *i\VeW."*4aid Fraser, t.iwiy  abandontd cabin without a door or''uld deliberately, for he s a :n.in of  window in it  canned goods  vcs.   I had a  for two days, eating  and watching it ram.  way 1141 time, stili I've  "cw words,  "I admit I ������tcck 't rich  and  rather forgotabout the ;aii. a:cI  '.the rest of  the party,  but ia  am v. <-\l  Tien   Toin,   Oct.  posed   ro  be bomb  Six  men,  sup-  throwers,   inchul-  /iers, of thc switchmen':? Union, still  hopes for peace, although the Grand  Trunk officials have refused to e������:m-  sidcr tlie chief demand of thc men���������  the re-instatcment. of the discharged  members of the grievance committee  The   photograph   of   tho   physician's,  manager has been shown to Timothy  Howard a cab      man an have identified the photo as that of tho man for  whom  the     police have been  searching.  hair enough. Now," he continued, as' "'eased with the results of my trip,  he cast a withering glance at V.'m.j1 'cft n'-y rheumatism <..vr.r at the  Fraser who was comfortably sipping 1 Island and gained four pounds on the  hot lemonade at the bar, "what do '-���������''P- 1 have no use for a -.Man who  you think of a man who calls him- goes out for a trip and vomes home  self a friend and who deliberately , growling a0out the weather ;rd oth-  ai.andoiis his party and strikes for a''1"' trifling discomforts. Next time I  private boarding house where lie can go f,or a little trip I shall select more  '���������at pie. drink tea, and have a mut- genial company. good evening," and  ton chop and eggs for breakfast., and f'be Salt Spring hunting trip discua-  ���������sieep    in a     bed, who comes back torsion was ended. I _k j DAILY LEDGER  THE DAILY LEDGER  Published   every day except Sunday.  BY       THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  ���������0 cents a month-,    $5 per  year   in  advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  WEDNESDAY  OCT.  4,   1!)03.     '  A PECULIAR CASE   *c;  BEARSKIN  for INFANTS AND CHILDRENS"   COATS.   The most, Durable.  Looks like Silk  when  wash ed.      In  fact,  it . is'partly  Silk  and  Mohair.     We  have a,full  range     oi prices.   Values .unsurpassed,  'rom   $200  Victoria is, as would naturally Le '  expected, very much exorcised over a '  peculiar case which has just occurred  hear by.  Ilenry "Monteith, of Vic'or a 'uit.  set put on Saturday witn lohn 1>i,s-  seii on a     shooting    '_soU-S- .n  GREY FLANNEL  Bought  direct  from, the ���������Mill���������this   cannot,  he  said  hy any   other  dark shades, twilled or plain  1 firm on thc Coast.   Light and  Per yard      12 V2c g  PATHS $2.00 PKK DAY  ROOMS  IIAR SUPPUHD WITH BBS!  WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  Beet accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and fishing in near vicinity.  A. J. McMURTRlE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  PORTLHND  JOHN GOGO.PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked  i.e  MEN  ���������M  vicinity os Goidstrc.ini- "Wh.'e asleep  in the night he was shot .*i ���������heic-.t  hy parties unknown. It v-as b'l;e������cdi  from circumstances con nee-.ed with  Lhq shooting that it was d.ic to an'  an accident, but tht person V'O Pr/cd  the shot is unknown.' The Wiim'. in  itself is not rogarded .is serious ,jro-  viding no complications set  in  Harry "Montieth and ."nhn Rufsc'iI  went out on Saturday 1o n a.]' Coldstream. In ihe evening limy selected  a point oS'i the Sooke < r Ni naimo  road as a place for spending i!-.e  night. It had been ased . core apparently as a camping j;r nuid. and  was about fifteen ;jr twenty feed  from the road. They had nc tent,  hnl had sleeping bags.  L Making themselves com' ii'.ahie frr  the night, Mr. Russell says he \vt".i  to sleep to he arousM jj cut Hi :*0  hy Monlicth, who was very much <s-  cited, and cried out ilnt he was M pi.  in thc foot and that thc dr)5 ijmj, between the in was siijc..  Russell    found      upon  thai this     was    true.   He cou'u  "���������"'���������"*'���������'���������"-'��������� 1=S|i  no one   but     suspected some cno had  "^  inflicted   the  wounds  a������ci  shouted out,     "You -niffiii, come nacv t^^  and   help    us    now,''  oiit no   i->; ie-'^������  spondecl.  "flliv Russell says they in-it rn their  way on that day two ricn ::i % cart,  and Vx. Montieth knew one c the  'men. Mr. Ross, - caretaker ������t lhe  Golds!ream, waterworks, al*-o saw a  cart pass with two 'nen about 10 Hi  lhat night. They had pit lamps. The  bartender at the, GoUlstr?a"i \wU\  heard what he took- f jr. \'fart  drive past about It o'clock.  Sergt. Murray acting <-n -"he information available, is invest'j;j,;.iig tlu>  case.  jtfEX.S'  HEAVY   BOX CALF      HALLS���������Waterproof   soles,   fair  i  stitch��������� a Shoe that  will compare   with  any S'l.fiO Sl'os in  town.  See these at,  per pair    $250  4S' CRAVEN  WATERPROOF COATS  In all the new shapes and colorings���������in sizes 3-1   to -11  Z^4% a  Reuiitv,  looks" like a Si!) 01 line.     Our price is  ....  "3  Ladies & Misse* Coats  was   ever shown in Nanaimo. Only one of|  The New Western Hotel  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board.  Our Bar is newly fiUedup and well supplied and is in charge of  JOS. PELLIGRINELLI  This  Hotel has   been completely  renovated.  Board and lodging $1.00 per day.  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied with the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue  Liquors ar.d Cigars^  Ladysmith B.C.  & Nanaimo Railway  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������*  STEAMSHIP   SCHEDULE   BETWEEN   LADYSMITH, -NANAIMO       &  VANCOUVER.  (Effective Sept. 30hh)  Sails from "Nanaimo for Ladysmith  Saturdays     5-30 P-m  Sails  from Ladysmith  for Nanaimo Saturdays   C.UO a.m.  Sails  from Nanaimo for Vancouver Saturdays  , .." 8.00 a.m.  Sails  from   Vancouver  for Nanaimo Saturdays   2.30 p.m.  Sails from  Nanaimo for Ladysmith Saturdays  30 p.m.  FARES   BETWEEN  LADYSMITH" AND VANCOUVER,  onc  way,  $2.50  --^._.   ' Return,   $3.75.-  FARES   BETWEEN   LADYSMITH   AND NANAi'ftlO,   one way  50 cents,  Return, 75 cents.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  86 Govt. Street, Victoria B.C. Dist. Freight &, Pass. .Ag-fc  Low Round Trip Rates  ���������VIA-  Thc swcllest lot; that  each.  Don't torget-our sale of Childrens'  Reefers  at $150  ���������������������**>���������������������������������< !4j Ladies*Coals at $7.50. $5.00 and$250  ti could  flour ,������5 ^ y~ ** ^  RESTAURANT  ; Cor. 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Meats 35c. and Upward  emery  _ Nanaimo," Limited. 5&  THE  HEIR  TO THE  THRONE OP JAPAN.  -feX&KCt,  Ladysmith  YU  Merchant Tailor  N  B. C  Royal names in  Japan  arc not so  easy to  roll  oft the tongue as  Togo  and Jto.   The crown prince is��������� named  Harunomiya,  and  his  sisters  are the  Princesses -   Tsuncno'miya, Kaneonmi-  ya,      Fummomiya   and   Yas'iinomiya.  The crown prince had two elder "brothers,'    hut "they  died.    He himself  was unmanageable  as a boy.  A  professor of  Chinese literature,  who used  to give   private  lessons   in      the  Chinese classics   (which  include  Confucius' Book of Precepts), in the palace,  was  a stern   disciplinarian.   On3  day  Prince  Harunomiya   refused--  to  receive  the lessons  from  the professor, because he takes the higher seat  in   the     room  than himself,   who is  the     Crown  Prince.    The  professor-  said: "I am taking the  place of Confucius in   teaching you /the Book     of  Confucius,   your   highness.    Confucius  is  ahove  his  scholars-,  whether  they  are  ordinary men  or .imperial  princes."      But   the   crown   prince       did  not  acqiiiescc,   and  lhc . profcss0r had  to resign.   He was afterwards decorated  highly  hy   lhc  Mikado.  "When the young Prince was in  the  Peers' college hc was a terror to thc  young     fellow  students,   who,  heing  sons  of  the  feudal  daimyos  and   other  notables,   had   to  submit   to  h>n  in   any   quarrel,   no   matter   whether  he   was light or  wrong.  The crown  prince is  a daring young  man.   lie   has  n consumptive teii'deiv  <:-y,  and   it  is doubtful   whether       he  would  he  alive today  hut for his out  door  d'iiijvN.    At   2fi hc   is  a splendid,  horseman.     He is     -'ortmute     ,11 h-s  wife���������Crown   Pi incess  Kuda.l 0.       At  '21   this   srnsihle,   robust   and   charming woman had hone ]-:m three m t.r.  The  elder,   Micbinoiya,   is  in   line  to  succeed   to   the   rulership   of   Japan.  According   lo   a writer   in   the   fnde-  pendent,      the crown  prince's household js conducted on the most refined  ���������European   plan,  adapted   to the.   hesf.  Japanese   customs.  HARTLEY   GISBORNE  Member  Can.   Society  of   Civil  Engineers  Member Institution of Electrical Engineers,! England  Member  International  Electrical   Congress   at St. Louis,' 1904  ���������Eleifrical Engineer���������  P. O. BOX 357, ,     ,     I     M : !!  !  I   LADYSMITH, B. C.  TH6 CITY MHRKeT  R. Williamson Prop  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  Best accommodation for transient  ind permanent hoarders and lodgers.  OR AND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the liar is up-to-  d������te. Rates $1.00 a day and up-  w \rds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  Er-pliBad* >������: :������������������: :������������������: :���������������������������" Ladyaraitk  THEJ0NES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE   STREET-  ��������� Ladysmith.  "GALEDOhlAN"  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rates if] .25 and$1.50���������  Free busi to all Bteamboat landings and  railway dapota.    Electric care every five  minntea to-all parts of   the city.   Bai  and table.unexcelled. ^  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER  B, C.  St. Paul, Duluth, Sioux City,  0maiia?Kansas City $60.00  St. Lous $67.50Chicagos71.50  Dates of ������aie. Sept, 16th. and 17th  Final return limit 90 days     from  datt of sale.  For full particulars call  on or address  S. G. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  G.W.P.A., 7������ Government st  Seattle, Wash, <*Vict0ria, B.C.  Under New Managment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnell &Woobank  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First Clats.  Commercial -Mens' headquarters.  Fire Troof    Buildiag.  TICKET   OFFICE  and  Yates St3.,  Cor.  Government  Victoria, B. C-  3  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  3  , HENRYS NURSfRIES  NEW CROP���������  Home Grown to Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     and FLOWER  SEEDS. ! ' ;    '  ' <���������     '  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS, ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting. " Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster Road,  Vancouver.  One of which  fs the famous ''North  Uoa^t Limited,"  Up-to-date Pullman and Tourist  sleepers on all trains. Cheap round  trip tickets, gco'l Ior three months,  to Eastern and Southern points, oa  sale Sept. 10 and  17.  Excursion rates now n effect  to Portland Fair. Round trip  rate #9.e35. Only direct line  to Yellowstone Park. ,  "Steamship tickets on sale to all  European points. Cabin accommodation reserved by wire.  reserved by wire.  For     furthsr    particulars    call oi  write the office.        Phone' "Main. 456.  'VICTORIA,   B.   C  A. D' CARLTON, C. E. LANG.  A.G.P.A.,   N.P.,        General Agent  Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.O  -:o:-  R. P. RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :���������: :-::-: .-: :-B.C.  HOTEL If UND  (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, 1���������4.  - ��������� - - .  =g  'W^^^**^^1^'*^  I     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     f  i  WM. MUNSIE, President J. W.  COBURN, Man.  Director  Telephone||46.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH���������Shingles a  Specialty.  4 ���������Manufacturers    of���������  Rou;>h and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  "Seasoned   and   Kiln  Dried  Flooring     and   Finishing    Lamfeer  la   Stock.  I  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSIVII'TH, B. C.  Convenient, to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON, W. J. WATSON,  Gotiara! Manager. Smelter Manager. I  NOTICE  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,  will be prosecuted.  RUMMING BROS.  Ploaetr Soda Water Works.  Ladysmith. B.C.  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils aad water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes #r individually.  MISS BERTRAM,  Ladysmith, B. O.  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read  via!  the  The only, line now making   UNION  DEPOT, connections at ST. PAUL  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with      the  through    trains    from    the    Pacific  Coast. ������������������'������������������':''  '   THE     SHORTEST     LINE,.THE!  FINEST TRAINS,   THE  LOWEST,  RATES, THE FASTEST TIME. -.  BETWEEN    Y  [MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,  CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information  ask youE  local agent or write,  F. \V. PARKER  General  igentij;  no 2nd Ave., Seattle,  r  arket  Geo.  Prop.  All      native   bom  and   naturalized  Danes over fiO years  old receivp .pensions  of $2.f)0 to   H a month,  if unable  (o support  themselves  or their  families. '  DID   ST EVER STRIKE YOU?  That the place to BU1/ YOUR MEAT   is  where  the  slaughtering  done locally?    We are  not depending   on    what the Wholesalers send u?  and     can     GUARANTEE   EVERY-THING to be FRESH AND CLE A  PANNELL   &    PLASKET1  STFVENS BLOCK, UATniiR"* SiilEjT LADYSMjT  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'l Manama*  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  $5 and under     3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  "    $10        " " $30.   10 cents  "    $30        " " $50   IS cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in C  nada of a Chartered Badfe  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking- pointif   XI the United States.  NEOOTIAHLE AT A FIXHD RATH A  TnE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC'', LONDON. ENG.  They form an excellent method of reniittin   small sums ������f mouc}  with safety and at small  :ost.  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARIORS  HIGH STREET.  :���������:���������. Bett in the City :���������:���������1  LADYSMITH BAKBRY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATL1  BAKED AND FRESH,  Coifectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to be de  llvered at any time.  Employment Agency.  GARFACTORY  IABYPVSLTB BRANCH  W. At CORNWXLL. MawigM.  k  Mannfacturers of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  None bu   Union L,abor   Employed  H J. BOOTH, Prop  J>ea ers in  Pianos and  rgans ..  LadyFST^th, B.C  Dr.'Dier can be fo'-xd at anytime  at his office on High   ..Ucct. His den  tal   work  is   g'uaranl  class and fates reas  ::1  io he first*  -.a He fit, DAILY LEDGER  9"  m  >*4~:~K~*~H~H  ,,;������.^^^~^<.^H,,4>*H^H*<M*^!-  ���������ofi  Union  Brewing Co  NANAIMO'i������'B/:C.  LADYSMITH'AKRIE-    NO. 6*6, F.  0. E.     :���������:        :���������:        :-:        :���������J  Meet's in the Opera House 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President- B. Forcimm'er;     Worthy  Secretary, C-. H. Humming!.  s.  Hc:*iufacturer5 of the  In |British Columbia  Lager  Beer nnt! Porter Guaranteed  Brewed  from the   Best Canadian Malt Run   Hops  I  ���������r  i  NOVELTIES  IN"  WEATHERED OAk  Things that have sprung into popularity with a bound, beeause they  are strong, they are artistic and they  are not expensive.  ���������aaKMM������aHHMH^^i^M������M^MMDC*ic������>A.v( ..��������� c^.mjw&.w*-*- <t\* --^uMmmmmm ������������������.'������������������.ms it ^������������������������������������������������������(���������^^^^���������^���������'^���������^���������������������������va^MMHMB*  Hexagon Moorish Tabaureftes, 21 S.i !i^i. $2.75 each  Jardiniere Stands, a very wide choice of designs in Flemish finish, $1.50 to $3.50 each  Plate Racks. Twi shelves with   plate groves, brass cup hooks  '    under,18x36? $2.75 each  Stein Racks, Gate Pattern,.with pegs for steins,     $3.00 each  Book Shelves, 3 slaves.  four shelves. 24x 36,  < e  Shelf Brackets, 24x7 in.,'  Umbrrita Stands, 2 styles,  $2.50 each  $3.75 each*  $4.50 each  $3.50 and $5.50,  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal lands  may be purchased at $10 per acre for soft, coal   and  $20  for  anthracite.  Not more than  320 acres can be acquired by one individual or company.   Royalty at tlie  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 npon payment in advance of  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  und from $50 to $100 per aiinum for  a company, according to capital.  A     free  miner,  having discovered  mineral iu 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, thc  locator may, upon having . a survey  made, and upon complying with other requirements, purchase the land at  $1 an acre.  The patent provides for the payment of a royalty of 2| per cent on  tlie sales. ,'"*"-  PLACER mining claims generally  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5,, renewable yearly.  ��������� A free miner may obtain two leases  to  dredge  for  gold   of  live 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  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short;   notice.   Drill Sharpened  by yis  ways gives satisfaction.  Picks handled and repaired.  Shipsmitliing    in aJ*     its  ^rantiee  Horseshoer5>nd Genera! Blackstnitns.  R. LAW SON  Buller Street   -    - ��������� - . -    Ladysmith, b C  operation .within one season from the  date of lhe lease for each five miles.  Rental, $10 per annum for each mile  of river teased.- Royalty at the rale  of 2"V per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of  the Minister  ol tbe In  'erior.  SEA GOLD  The salving operations at Tobermory recall other instances at attempts to win hack lost treasuic  rrom tlie sea. A notable instance in  which Uie efforts were crowned with  ���������access, occurred in the reign of  James II., when some English adventurers fit/tod out a ship to explore  the scene of the wreck of a rich Spanish vessel oft the coast of South America- In this case ������300,000 worth  of bullion was recovered, % aHer lying  perdu at the bottom of the sea for  44 years.  The commander of the expedition,  a Captain _ P hipps, had ������20,000 i"or  his share, ' while the Duke of Albemarle, one of the principal guarantors  had  ������90,000.  Two other famous wrecks which  have attracted thc notice of speculators were those of the frigate Lutine  lost on the bank of the Fly Island  passage in 1VM, and a Dutch East  Ind'aman, wrecked off the Texci in  17G7. The first named had ������140,000  ui specie on board, while the Jndia-  man's treasure consisted of liaif-a-  miiiion sterling.  The Royal Charter, wrecked olT thc  Welsh coast in 185!', was, the best-  known instance oi the loss ' of a modern treasure ship. Her buiijon cargo  from Australia amounted to about  from Australia amounted to about  ������600,000 , of winch a large amount  wa������  recovered. .  A different Kind of hidden treasure  was that discovered on board a Spanish register ship captured by the, Hi. it-  ish in J 793. Part of the cargo ccn-  Kis'ted of'bars classed in the invoice  as fine pewter, which were' found to  be gold ingots, thinly coaled with  thc commoner metal, in order to  avoid a heavy duty on gold. Other  items of the cargo consisted of (JiM  cases of    silver, 83 cases of gold,    c-  *yid occasionally poured alchoi into  his mouth.  At the end of two days tht police  heard of the matter, and came to release the boy. It was then too late,  however, for the boy died on his  way to the hospital-  The father and his old advisor have  been arrested T  MARTIAL LAW WITHDRAWN  IN   JAPANESE   CITIES.  Tokio,   Oct.   4.���������An k.fder   abrogating martial  law at  Sasebo,  Nagasaki,"     Tasushima  aiul  Hakodate   was  passed   by  the privy  council  today.  MISSISSIPPI HOTEL  BURNED   TO   GROUND.  Jackson, Mis(', Oct. 3,���������Thc Nqr-  vellc hotel, one of the best, known  in Mississippi, was destroyed by live  U-.Jl.st   night.   Tota.   loss   $150,1'00.  Grade���������Oh,   Mr.   Nocoyne,       how  lovely of you to bring me. 1hc.se. beau  tiful roses.   How sweet they are nnd  how fresh!   1  do bclhvc there is     a  little dew on them yet!  Mr.   Nocoyne���������\V-well,   > iv���������there is,  but  I'll   pay   il  loinorpiw.  (Colds  In this Space  Look Out Fop  - WEINROBE'S -  Special Sale  sides plate and jewels.  I  It ahoald be bans* is mind that  ���������my cold weakens the lunge, low-  en UM .vitality and prepares the  tytttau for Ike more tenons div  among which are the  two  greatest destroyers of human life,  pneumonia anaconsnmption.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  NOTICE.  ������������������^.i&fc:  i,v_  4+++++++.H'+++^+^^  x LADVSMITH TRANSFER CO.  A};  From this date thc undersigned  will not be responsible' for any indebtedness incurred except on a  written orocr. signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V. I.  EXPLORATION & DEVEL-  . OPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1905.  Any  A  '.CURE"  THAT KILLED.  A terriabic story comes from C'aui-  podi Marti, in Northern Itiiy. A  tifteen, year old'boy, the son oi a  fanner named Eni'iio Conti, eu'i'cred  for sev<sa' yea,rs from paralysis and  epileptic fits. The father, after numerous attempts to cure the boy*, went  to c0nsuili an old iieigJ^'ljjjr- This m.ui  bade him bury his son in soft earth,  feaving nothing ( uncovezed except the  eyes, mouth, and nose, and to leave  him in  lhat position for five days.  Conti went home, dug out a hole  in his garden, and covered up the  body of ln's boy with thc earth. He  then mounted guard to prevent anyone from coming to release his    son.  i its great popularity hy Its  prompt: cores of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration;* relieves the lungs and opens the  secrethMU, effecting a speedy and  petmaaent cure. It counteracts  any tendency toward pneumonia. ,  HAY. GRAIN AND  FARM ������R0DUU  Orders will be delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the low.  est possible prices.  Leave ordersYit Christie's,  oh to*  Esplanadt.  JAS. ���������AaUT-eGK.  MR.   13ALFOUR'S   ADVENTURE.  ofcvn ignorance if a pro;v-i.t-m sh..u!d  VANCOUVE  The     story   of    an   incident   which  happened during one l������f Mr'. Balfour's  motor journeys is ������0\iig the round oi  lho   press.    With   him   was  a friend,  formerly in   the  House "of Commons,  and   now recorder  of a certain  city.  The chauffeur was  signalled .by       a  Surrey constable  to stop.   Mr.   Balfour was his own chauffeur.   TheCon  stable insisted   that  the speed    was  over the limit.    The Prime Minister  was sure,it. was not.   "Well, look at  your   indicator."       "J:>r���������liaw��������� well, '' said  Kll������*'  I   haven't an  indicator,"   said   * the  Premier sweetly, '"but,"  with      eni-  and  follow,   he   withdrew  his hand,   Mr. Balfour and the recorder, all  smiles, continued their drive. The  constable heard them laugh, amd  scratched his head; but it Was too  late  to  do anything.-  -o������������������������������������������  'i'Tliese \ crooked  councilmen       of "  ours arc just as  bad  a counterfeiters  in  the same ������������������ <'.ss,      in  fact,"  "Think so?'  asked J3ubiey.,  phasis. ."I've got a recorder."  As the-    ''Sure!   They're forever making ii.d  policeman did  not   know  what    that 'passing      bad   bills."   ���������Philadalp'is  might  be,  and fearing to  show   his j Press.  PIANOS,  ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD    FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A  ND SAFELY. '      ���������     .  Stables in the rear of ihe Ladysmith- hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   the  WILLIAMS AND ' ATA3<3T" }  *      LIVERY, BOARDING AND       *  SALESSTABLES  ���������"��������� ��������� EXPRESS  WORK   A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  ������  *  t  ��������� ;  ������  *PHONE 66  LADYSMITH J  i  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  BUGGIES FOR HIRE ���������:���������: :���������: See J. KEMP, or leave orders vith  BLAIR &  ADAM  J-IRST AVENUE  'PHONE 24.  W.  SILER  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY nov"*"  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  M. R- SIMPSON  Solicitor, Etc.  SMsy  to    Loai  st Avenue        -     -     LADYSM1  Kind  of  Job  Done Promptly and  WELL  At  THE  LEDGER  Office  1st   Avenue  AND  Jts    Great   Resources  ��������� ��������������������������� i'������������������''"''.���������.'. .  No part of British Columbia today offers so many advantages to the  investor as does VANCOUVER ISLAND.  Its vast and-varied natural wealth has never been as yet thoroughly  appreciated by reason of the fact that it has never  bee������ promiently laid  before the public. ������.'���������;)  COAL GOLD '  TIMBER ���������  -J      SILVER '  FISH      - .   IRON '     :, 'J- ;.! ;  GAME COPPER  Its Vast Agricultural Resources  Its land, when properly cleared,    will grow almost any product of the  soil  known  to man,  WHEAT VEGETABLES , APPLES.  OATS OF PRUNES  RYE Y .   ALL   KINDS PEARS  A WONDERFUL SOIL FOR SMALL     FRUITS    AND     BERRIES.  The Canadian Pacific Company will adopt a litneral land policy, and  thb 1,500,000 acres controlled by them will he disposed of on rcason-  6Ie  terms  to actual settlers. -    -  (J  Government lands can foe secured  and     money can be made hy those  who desire  anew home in a country   possessing the  BE5T CLIMATE  In the World  THE DAILY LEDGER, Ladysmith, will  supply   any   information  obtainable  to  those  who  contemplate  a visit with  a view  of  investment  ii  conditions  arc found as advised.  Is the centre of thc great coal mining    district;      a "beautiful tlarbor,  where hundreds of great colliers come  in  each year.  LADYSMITH  Kootenay Steel Range  SAVES  FUEL  It is not the first cost of a rang-e which makes it cheap  or expensive, but the amount of fuel it afterwards consumes.  If you buy a rang-e a  few dollars cheaper than a  Kootenay, and it burns  from 15 to 25 per cent,  more fuel, what do you  gain? Nothing; but you  actually lose money, besides  putting- up with all the  inconveniences of an old-  style range.  The Kootenay is equipped with every known device  for reducing the consumption of fuel.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.  WRITE FOR BOOKLET  McCfery������  London,   Toronto,   Montreal,    Winniforg,   Vancouver,  r - St. John, N IS. ���������   $$  ������������������������������������������������������������������������iBnaa^H^H^^Bicite^s^^s^^  dysmifh Hardware  $  1  IT  IS  THE JUNCTION OF THE      LINE     FROM    VICTORIA  TO  VANCOUVER, and will continue to  grow is  '.aiportaiice as  thc Island is'|  developed.  Subscribe for and read THE DAILY LEDGER, LADYSMITH, B.  i  Public Notice  Attention is called to the   fact that the  Ogilvie Flour Hills Co.,  Limited,  makers  of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR.     have for somo time  past been producing flour in a   vastly  improved and  puriied form  by thc aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control of all the b*������ic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising the public that any unauthorized users of tke electrioal flour purifying processes will be prosecuted.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company Limited  are tb.o   only    millers in Caaida wli-jsa     Flonr  ���������s purified by the    eleotrio process .....;k������?������������..  c.i .-..-^A.  fti$   DAltY   LEDGER  -rrvTEgga  Bto  itV   "ft  LOCAL HEMS  MAID MARGARET���������S.   R.  Crockett's latest book, a^ Knight's Book  Store.  A   warrant   3 is  been  issued      for  John     Doe     who, ins former friend  claims,   has   stolen   a pa'r   of  pants  fiom him.   The accused paity is out  of town and  his whereabouts is  unknown.  STY BAKERY  THE BEST, AND NOTHING BUT  THE BEST  X BREAD ��������� CAKES ��������� COOKIES ��������� and ���������jPIES ~������  A GOOD assortment of FRESH C ONFECTIONHRY  ���������������%,  1ST AVE.  A. LUCAS  1 LADIES, HAVE  SEEN OUR���������  YOU  Mr.  R.  B.   Anderson,  who is  Duncans  acetylene expert,   js in  city   today.  .Jas.  L. Martin, Vancouver.  A.   Jarvis,  Vancouvci.  J.   E.   Sargent, .Vancouver..'  G.  Holmes,  Wes'tholme.  It. B. 'Anderson, Duncans. ���������.  the  tha  Capt.  A.  A.   Sears has  secured the  contract  from   the. Western   Fuel Co.  for   the      transportation   of   miners  fiym  Nanaimo to  Protection Island  shaft.  He will utilize a scow and  intends     commencing operations immediately.  Now thc long evenings have come,  get your reading matter at Knight's  Book' Store.  Mrs. J. Bland, wife of Superintendent Bland, of the water works system, received word last evening of  the death of her father, an, old pioneer. Jogn Crathcr, 78 years of age  who died at ,his home in Victoria after   along  period   of   poor   health.  The boy  who  took   the  bicycle   off  tlie porch of a residence on  First Av  eime last week  and,   after   using     a  day     or     two, left it near a road,  where  it was   found,  would   do  well  lo avoid  such   things   in  future,   lie  will be  more than  likely  to seethe  insulc  of a jail  before-many   months  if he continues   to  borrow  things   after such a fashion.  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING'  Neatly and Artistically Done  Orders  Promptly   Executed  S. ROEDDING  -   LADYSMITH  K1DHI-KU  If you have not done  so you should lose no  time but come along  with the rest.  TO WNS1TE EXTENSION v    ���������  Adjoining the old lpwnsite of  DUNCANS, V. I.  1   A small .area has been laid ofl   .     in town lots which are i,v   w offered  "THE  HILL  CLIMBER."  (Wilh apologies to Wm. II.   Loiu  ���������fel  low)  Note���������The writer was moved to  write .the following lines after  listening lo the complaint of a  leading young financier, whose duties took- him in thc neighborhood of Uh Avenue after oflice  hours to present a ball of exchange, on a wet, boisterous day,  recently:  The  Autumn rain  was  falling fast.  As iup  broad  Roberts  Street  there  passed  A youth,  who had a little  till,  Drawn  on  a merchant,   up  Uu! hill,  aiwl  marked  N. '���������-   -  r.  "Try,not the Pass," said "B. land   A.  'Tis  really  wrong to   try   today  To cross   yon   rushing  stream,      the  which  Has  hurst  its confines  in  the''.itch  1   .  must,  he  said.  *'0h  stay!" '��������� one "fair   adviser said;  Dark lowers  the  tempest o'er head:  A  rain-dron  glistened' on  his nose,  And      still    lY answered   "'Really,  at  LOW PRICES AN D ON EASY TERMS.  The  fgt-ure ol  thc.Cowichan      District   and  Vancouver  Island  will  exceed   expectations   and   this is a good chance for a safe and  profitable  investment. \  SEE PLANS AND PRICES  Agents, J. STEWART J. W\ WH1TTOME  Yes. they are going  fast but we still have  a splendid assortment  Childrens' Hats, s id  you |say? Why you  could not strike us  better. They start at  $i.oo to $2.00  Walters &  Akenhead  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that the undersigned wifl apply at the next regular sitting of the Licensing BrVard  for the transfer of thc retail liquor  license held by him for thc Portland  Ilotol, located on lot 5, block 2, 1st  Avenue, City ef Ladysmith, to John  Gogo. ANGEL0   TATE.  Russell Simnson,   Solicitor for applicant.'  Ladysmith,  B.  C,  October 4,   1905.  NO.  U7   NO.   11.  Mrs. Arthur Huntingson won the  hanfa.embroidered table cover on  ticket No. 11. Mr. E. Fisher won  the hand embtroidcred sofa pillowon  ticket No. UV. The drawing took"  place last Saturday evening ( at Peterson's store.  $375���������Cash secures a fin������ residence in  tho choicest part of the city. Only  $244 more to' pay at- the rate of  $12 per__month. Owner has lnvcst>  ei over . $6C0 in improvements.  Water laid  on.  Fine garden.  $1,500���������Cash  and   $1,500   in  S . years  at  6  per  cent,  buys  20-acre "farm  one     mile  from iDuncan.  12 acres  muled   , cuUlvatipn.   Eijgjjit-tto'ooied  house and larga frame barn.  f,280���������Cash    and   $400 on mortgage  buys  two lots each  60x120 only a  few  yards   from  post-office.     Fine  investment.  BARGA  &2BS833SeSB&  We are clearing out a few lines of  goods and can offer the following at  reduced prices.  Cl  MENS RAIN-COATS    Re&u'sr  $3,25 rcw$2.co  BOYS' RAIN COATS, Regular $2.75, now $2.oo  MENS' OVERCOATS, for $3.5o  MENS' ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR, 1.25 per suit  LADIES" HEAVY UNDERVESTS ONLY, 5oc. ,  A special line of Dress Goods at 35c.  and 50c.  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  OATACRE ST  $100���������Cash and balance of $210 on  time buys a fine corner lot in good  locality.  FOR RENT���������A nice five-roomed  house; all neatly papered and painted.  Ladysmith, V. I.  Duncans, "   V. I.  Rose,  ���������'��������� . I ' '  must1  ��������� go  on.  and rain  he reached  form  filled  porch  the  and  MUNICIPAL BYLAW  A bylaw o the Corporation or the City of Ladysmith to authorize tU_  raising/by way of "a Loan a sufficient sum of money to construct ap  Electric  Plant   for  the   said  Municipality.  Whereas it is  necessary and expedient that   the  Corporation  of th  City of Ladysnr'th should  construct a system of, Electric Plant for the  purpose of Furnishing Electric light to   th������     said   City   and   inhabitants  thereof,  AND WHEREAS a petition under Section (69) of the;Municipal  Clauses Act has been presented to the Municipal Council signed by the  "owners" of more than one-tenth in value of the real property in the  City of Ladysmith as shown by the last revised Assessment Roll, requesting the said Council to introduce a By-law with the objects herein set forth, p  AND WHEREAS it will incun nn expenditure .of- the sum o,  $20,000 to construct thc said Electric Light system and it is desirei!  by the Council of the Corporation to raise such sum by way of loan  upon  the credit of   the Corporation   of the City of Ladysmith,        .  AND WHEREAS the whole rateable,land and. improvements oi  real property of thc Corporation of the City ; of Ladysmith, according  " to the last revised Assessment Roll for the year 1904, was $407,265.00  AND WHEREAS the to tar* amountf required to be raised annually by rate, for paying the debt which will be created hereunder, and  tlie interest thereon, and for creating an .annual sinking fund for the  payment oft of the said debt an (b.inter est within  20 years  is. $1,800,  AND  WHEREAS  it  will  require an annual rate of 44  mills    in  the dollar for paying such  new   debt and interest,  AND WHEREAS this By-law   may  not be altered or repealed except with  the consent of the Lieutenant Governor in Council,  THEREFORE,   the  Municipal   Council     of...   the Corporation of the  City of Ladvsmith enacts as follows  It shallbe lawful for  the Mayor     of     the  Corporation of the  Best tobacco, fruit and candies at  Carter's, First Avenue.  FOR  RENT���������Nice  foui-rooined house  Water laid on. $7  per month.  A    special      mcetiiin-  of Harmony  Lodge  l.O.O.F.  will  be held in    the  Lodge  room  tonight at seven (o'clock  when important business will.becon-  siihred.    All   members  arc  requested  (o  be present.   ,     D.  R.  IIAGGART  j "  Secretary.  Fire,   Life  and   Accident,  Insurance.  Deeds,  Wills,    Mortgages, .Con-    .  tracts and   Agreements  Drawn.  J. STEWART  Conveyancing     *"������       Notary Public  Phone,  3. ���������   I. ''    i  P. O. BOX a68 ...  Appointments may be made at any  time for dental work at Dr. Dier'g  on High street st  IAEYSMITE  W;G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor/  J(istl Avenue)  Fall Stock  on   hand. Call earlv and  -get your choice  c  I   Use     Porter's   Antiseptic Healing  Oil, freely guaranteed,  for sale only  "at the Drug Store.  Hammer  ���������* i  Gtans at  20 PR GENT  Discount for  CASH  WWIIIHI   'PiWi" i\!^������3SE&^������4EB>!MdiiS&^gm      )  Saturday Bargains  We have decided to reduce  . -ti  3Y.7Y -  our stook of  HAMMER GUNS ,  So  offer  these  snaps   for -Saturday.    ,  I The Ladysmith Hardware Co., Ltd,  (!���������)  Thro'  cold  store,  His manly  door,  TTe got his  bill accepted,  and  Started,   with   Alpenstock   in hand,  to  'reach'  the  town.  At breakVf dawn, as up the heights  The      miners    came   with   pitlaimp  lights,  Our  hero  was at.length   revealed,  'Damp  and   disputed,   and   half    congealed.  on  his  way  Home.  STOVES    AT  One No. 8 Cook Stove wsth  Reservoir $7-5������  One No.8 Ccok Stove $10.50  Heating Stove from $3<5<>  and upward  PETERSON'S Store  Cor. 5th. and Roberts St  Store Lately Occupied by- jonn  Thompson, complete with counter  and fixtures.  Rent '$15 per mor<th, App'y to  RUSSELL SimPSON  Ii  ave you tried      ��������� i  NABOB TEA?  Best 50c. Ceylon Tea In the  lark  n  S<j  Ladysmit  WILLIAMS  block.     ���������  E  WefWedtherQocds  Now that wet  weather is upo.i  us you need Rub=  bers as well as a  good Umbrella.  ��������� telephone e-7  Mens' Umbrellas, $1.00  $1.50, $i-75, $2.5o. etc,  Ladies' Umbrellas,  $i.5o and $2.00  Childrens' School  Um  brellas, 75c.  All sizes in Mens'  Womens' and  Childrens' Rubbers.  - i  'PHONE   2-4  PH������NE   24.  City of Ladysmith-to borrow upon the credit of the said Corporation  by way of debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any person or persons  body or bodies corporate, who may be willing vto advance ,th������ '���������a.me as'a  loan, a sum of money not exceeding in the whole the sum of $20,000,  currency,-and to cause (jll such sums so raised or received to be paid into the hands of the Clerk of thcsaid Corporation, for the purpose f.nd  with   the object  hereinafter roiled.  (2.) It shall be lawf.il Ior the said Mayor to cause any number of  debentures to be made, executed and issued for such sums as may be  required, not exceeding, however, thc sum of ������20,000 in currency as may  be required, each of the said debentures being of the amount of $500.00,  and all such debentures shall be scaled with the seal of the Corporation  and signed by the Mayor thereof, and   countersigned   by  the  Clerk  of  the  said   Corporation.  (3.) Thc said debentures shall bear date the 1st day of October, .J.905,  and shall be payable in 20 years from the said date at the office of tho  Corporation of thc City of Ladysmith, Province of British Columbia,  and shall have attached to them coupons for thc payment of interest and  thc signatures to the said coupons may be written, stamped, printed or  lithographed.  (4.) The said debentures shall bear interest at the rate of not exceeding 5 per cent, per annum from the s date thereof which interest  shall he payable half-yeai ly, at the office 'of the Corporation of the said  City on the first days of January and July in each and every year during the currency, of     the said   debentures as expressed in the debentures  or coupons. '���������  (5.) There shall be raised and levied in each year during the currency of toe said debentures thc sum of, $1,000 for the paying of interest  and the sum of $800 for the purpose of creating a sinking fund for the  payment of the debt due under the said debentures, making in all the  sum of $1,800.  (G.) For the purpose of-payment of the said sums in the next proceeding paragraph mentioned there shall be levied in each year a special  rate of ��������� U mills in the dollar on all rateable land or improvements or  real property in thc municipality of the said Corporation of the City  of Ladysmith during the continuance of the said debentures or any of  them.  (7.)      It shall be lawful  for   the   said  City to  redeem  all or any  of  the said  debentures nt par at any  time     after    the     cxpiratien  of  five  years from the date thereof upon giv ing    six    calendar      months'   notice,  which notice shall be deemed  to be   sufficient    given      by     a publication  i thereof four times in the British Columbia     Gazette    and    although th������  i holders  of.the   debentures mentioned' in'   such  notice be not  specifically  | named,  and  after  the  expiration  of   the  said  period  of   six    months    all  interest,  on   the  said   debentures,   thc   numbers   of   which   shall   have   been  published   as  aforesaid,   shall   cease.  (8.) This By-law before the final passing thereof shall r-aceivc the  assent of the Electors of the City of Ladysmith in the manner provided, in the Municipal Clauses  Act and   amending  Acts  thereto.  (���������!).) This By-law shall take effect on the 9th day of October, A.D.,  1005.  This By-law may be cited ftr    all      purposes   as    "The  Electric  Light By-law.  Head  first timc 1.1th  September, 1'lOii.  Read  second   lime  11th day  <.f  September,  100").  llDud   third   time 25th ikiv   of September,. l!Mfi.  JOHN  W. COBURN,  Mayor.  J. STEWART.  - ��������� . .   Clerk.  NOTTCE.  TAKE  NOTICE  that  the  above    is  a true copy  of  the proposed  by-law upon which   the vote  of    tho   Mm 'ei .ality   will   be  taken  at    the  City Hall   on  the 7th   day   oi  October.  A.V    1C05,  from 8 a.m.   to  4 p.  ��������� JOHN   STEWART,  City Clerk.  J. Stewart  will be returning offioer.  iSgayBESoGKJZEsacsBSb-  !:  MLKHDS Of  ~r"wi���������.-.      Ml MM"   ' "i  W.wfe CLOCKS & JEWELRY  ?  Repaired  on the premises,   dha^ges.  moderate **>;������������������<>������������������������������������  B.FORCIMnER  WATCHMAKER.   JEWELER, OPTICIAN  First Avenue,   XXX      Ladys-'miih,   B. C  7]  ���������9  Stoves  We"are making them 01 tha Newest  Styles.)'  ;t������v0s  Pattern and Latest  i r  -JI  . WE'DO. ALL KINDS OF FOUNDRY WORK  Our Prices are Reasona   ble ' ���������   ���������.  ; Yi  SEE OUR    NEW STOVES IN BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  J and at Lsdysm^h'Haidwar'e Ccrr*p?ny  LADYSfllTH IRON& STOVE WORKS CO., LTD.  ���������> .4  Dr....Dier's office is open evenings  and appointments can be made for  work at any time through the week.  Only first-class dental work is turned out and it is done at reasonable  prices st  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing  and making to  order   ���������  speciality.  THOriAS   MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B.C.  Dr. R. B. ������ier  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed, aud at reasoni.jj  able rates. ]  High St. Ladysmith^  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  PAINTING,  PAPERHANGING  HTC.  Work done properly  and at    rlp'n*  prices.     Shop  and  residence in reai  of Ladysmith Hotel.  J. E. SMITH, Prop  Merchant   Tailor-^  La   (His.' trc? Gcnf*'  Clothes ATade'  Order.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTY I  LADYSMITH,   B.  G.  'A

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