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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Oct 13, 1905

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 AILY  VOL.2,  FRIDAY,   OCT.   13,   1005.  VANCOUVER ISLAND  COPPER PROPERTIES  Mr, Kiddie in  Vancouver  Says  Outlook is Exceedingly  Promising  Preparations to Commence   Op'  era d ons at Britannia Smelter, Ooitqn  Vancouver,   Oct.   12.-Mr.   Thomas  Kiddie,      manager  of   the   Britannia  smelter  at  Crofton,   arrived  by   the  Gulf ferry this  m ining.   Mr. Kiddie |  said he believed the outlook' forecast  ijays  in the  month.  mining was never so-good as a**1 pre-   lighter,      however. Besides the Unlit.    Owners   of  copper   |   rjirlics  I tannia   ore,   there  will   he  available  as-busy      as they  should  have   been.,  rlhe Crofton smelter  was  shut down  for six m������ntiis, arid the Tyee     ran  for.  lhc last year fm an av-enage <jf 15'  Prospects'were  sen  certainly should make   :io-v*y       vi'-h  copper at 16 cents a pound,, ^inciting  at $2 a ton, ami refining at 3 cents  '���������a pound.  ���������Within  a short.space  of, time   >.nr  petition and improved niacM-vcry had  reduced smelting charges from VI    lo  $2-a ton,  and  refining from   C to   3  cents  a pound.   The   indications   weio  favorable  for  an   improved   condition  with (he     coast smelters.    The  P.ri-  . tamia     hns a capacity  of   500 tons,  and  will  be treating at firsti loO     a  day, starting  in   in about a.month's  time  o~n   Britannia  ore,   when       is  now being  piled up ,in the bins.  .   The  smelter  will  also handle cus-/  torn ore,  aind  with the increased oul-  - put from   tlie .BriUvnnia and  the   repotted openirre, up of numerous claims  it might be necessary to increase the  smelter     capacity.   If this- is found  necessary   it will  lie 'done.    With  the  lorrg      railroad   the  smelters  of  the  Biitish   Columbia coast had not been  thc (luxing  ore   from  the  mines   on  Prince of Wales  inland controlled by  the Same company, /riren there will  be the C'ceba Copper Company's mines operated  by' Mr.  Frank McCrady,"  which'    expects to sjiip soon.       The  m lies m Texada Island are.starting  up again.  The King Solomon mines on, Vancouver island have started shipping  and'other properties are spoken of  as becoming, s1 i'ppcrs. 'ih-e Irondale  people have also howled theTexadr  Islajwd  iron and  copper   mines,    uiiil  NORWEGIANS. S,  TELLUS FINED $400  For Failing to Report  Customs at NanaimcvAlki  Will Also be Fined For Similar  Offence  The     owners of     the S.S.   Tellus  .which, as reported  in these columns  >e;U'rday,      anived     on Wednesday  from the Japanese coast, are to le  lined   $100; as the ship's officers fail- I where, .for the past year the Tellus  ed   to rcpcYt 'to  the customs at Na-J Capt.   Arir/Aen,  has been  engaged,   it  nainio.   The  boat, arrived in       that   is  not necessary   for   a ship's   officers  Port Wednesday evening to load coal j to  report   lio   the customs  unless  re-  hours,  and  the captain  omitted     to maiiied  in' a British ���������.Columbian port  notify  thc customs of  his entrance; for less than a day.  or to obtain clearance papers.. In all      probability  the steamship/  On the Chinese ami Japanese coast, AI Id .will "be fined  a similar   amount  when     she returns from  the north,  for uiion  the occasion she  towed   the  distilled   ship  Cottage   City   into   De-  hut fie Western Fuel Company's bunkers being empty, she came on Uu  Ladysmith to coal here. She lay in  the      Nanaimo     harbor  about  three  maining iu port for more than 2-1  limns. Capt. Arnzlcn was ignorant  of the rules on this coast, as in hi-;  pre/if iis experience he has  never   re  parinrp Bay. a few wec'.s ago, .site  faled.to report. IJii'il several hour*'  uftei she had left poit the customs  officials did not I.now IJiat she had  enter, d  the liar hor.  COLLINS T9  STAND TRI4L  Victoria,  II. C, Oct. J3.���������(Special)'  ���������George D.   Collins,  lieLd here       on  extradition  proceedings,  has obtained  consent     from the Depart tment      of  Justice at Ottawa  for  the issuance  as .soon   as the furnaces-can* be got    of a warrant     of surrender.   Collins  . . ,.   *. ��������� ji. _ ::4. " ,i,.i     e. .. c*������..  ready will operate these mines. At  present there is some hitch in the  negotiations, hut when matters aie  straightened out, opera Ur vs will be  proceeded with." ' The copper, wind  runs ia a rim Along the'iron, will also be mined by  this company.  Mr.   Kiddie   thought   that, von   the  whole, conditions  were  brighter than  for some 'time.  BOGUS BARON IS  '-   . ���������    A DIAMOND THIEF  Seattle,   Oct.   13  losser,     self-styled     a German laion,  acknowledged     a  gtiod fellow   a-id   nt  present sc-rvnrg as-trusty i.i  lhc (.������. uu  Martin Von  Sell-1 as   security for     the   money, which  would soon toiiow.  Established       as   'landlord. Spear  showed   business  building up a credit  xy jail, was "yesterday pcsSitisuiy i-j-  entiiicd by officers from J'cU'o.l as tl.e  man who is wanted at that place for  y judicial payments, but at thc same  tune collecting more* ami more money,  preparatory to" (light.-. After he was  ipigcry,     and also as lho perpetrator goii'j it was discovered that the hotel  of a long list of diamond n j^beues.        "i*eip were bchni'd  in then  wages,   and  Von SohiOfcser,     SciHos^,  or Speai,. thafthc    man had used his credit ior  as he is variously known, demed  that '*" '<��������� "*a������ worth at every point,  he had ever been in Detroit, ->nd  per-''    When      Spear's     preparations  were.]  isisted m-assmnurg .gnor.Liice ot the  "details-oi the.story of Ins ptso mc or-  ficeis recited to lnrji.  WaticrS. Fulton, the tii's .iltoi-  ney, was at Oiympia . sstc'liy preparing to light c*.Ilu!iIh>;l at the  heanng which will be heard next Wednesday.  It was ui   li)01,    according 10 lieutenant of     Detectives,   i'ert   \i.  High  and Sergt.     George II.     Lai-kms.  of  Detroit, who     identified the Baron, a  man named M. M. Spear first appeat-  Icd in  Detroit in answer to an advertisement     ot     William S. Denman, a  wealthy banker,  who desired a manager   Iol    his    hotel     'at    Wyandotte.  .Spear  was  identical  with  the     Von  Schiosser who  was later well  and  favorably  known in Seattle,  and had a  ���������previous,    record  in   Baltimore     and  other places as a <iianiond  thief.     lie'  succeeded   in   coming   to   tcims   Willi.  Denman, not as     an employee, but-ase]  a purchaser of     the hotel.     He had  not the  rnoi'ipy to complete the pay-  uncnt, but   piesented a     large assortment      of valuable    diamonds,   saving I  that lie had just, fallen part, heir  to a!**-?"'    ^-lea-ted -ii a  ,   . ���������������������������      ,   .       ���������   .: .,   .-, - -i'robterv  in  St.   1.  large  estate  >n   Germany,   and, asking*  ^t^  ,ncluded  that the     di am puds,   which    had  just  -    ���������  completed ho devised a scheme to get  back the diamonds which he had left  with Denman in pledge. He caused  to be inserted m thc papers a notice  to the effect that he was to go to a  neighboring city to marry the tijaugti-  tcr. or' a prominent family. On tins  pretext he asked Denman for the, loan  make a good showing. The requestor the jewels in order that he might  was cordially granted. .  lhs last move was to order the  deik at Jus hotel to write out for  hrm a clioouc for ifo.OOO, which he  signed Clms. Stanley. He at tins  time owed "McMillan & Co., dealers in  supplies,  $800, and he asked'them, to  will 'lea\e  without,  delay   for  Fralicisco  to stand  trial.  San  MARRIED  |IN VICTORIA  Yesterday in Christ Chinch Cathedral,   Victoria,  thc  Vcci.   Archdeacon  Scriven     united   in  marriage Henry  Coliinson,  the only  surviving son of  John  Coliinson, of  21. Ashley  Gardens,   London,   S.W.,   and   Miss   Ellon  Ada   Besier,  daughter of  E. W.   I',es-  ier, of 2'i Monpetb Mansions, London  S W.   Mr.  A. C. King acted as   best  man,   and Miss  Johnston,  of Victor-  is,  attended   the.  bride.      Only   a few  intimate friends of the   bride       and  gioom were present al the ceremony.  Air.  Coliinson holds the posit/on of  ejiiif     assayor at the Tyee smeller,  and   during the time he   has resided  in   Ladysmith" has   won   for himself  many friends, all  of whom will  wish  him  happiness in  his new slate      of  life.        Upon  their   return  fioni   the  hir.cy-moon, whicii will   be spent us-  iting  Sound  cities,  Mr.   and       Mis.  Coliinson will lake up their residence  on First Avenue.      Mr    and Mrs. \V.  J. Watson,  of this city,   attended the  wedding.  mm noel  WELCOMED BY  THE MIKADO  Tokio-, Oct. 13���������British Admiral  Noel was cordially welcomed heie  ted ay   by   lhc Mikado.  Admiral Noel was entertained at  l.rnclicon  by his   Imperial  Majesty.  *He^^)4(-?{<H^-^H<<--5K-)t(-)t(-^  MARINE  ���������*,     w    vy    \L'    W    "tV... W    ^   -W-   W    W  J^s"^     ^r\/^7Y\     /f*      7T\     /1\     sT\      s1\     TTn  '1 Ire spewl of the C. P. It. steamer  Princess May, which win be pulled  off the \rancou\'er-Skagway route the  -end of October, will be increased  from fourtceir-lo seventeen iknots elur  E  ;li  Eli  ViCi  THE Kgj^  ?., Ugioi^t/*^jp*a.FIVE   CENTS  [NSPEGTioiSJ BY-LAW  Passed to Prevent Sale of Impure  M the City  of  Ladysmith  Will be Affirmed at Next .Council  eeting and Enforced Without Delay  ing the winter months while the vessel >s undergoing a remodeling at "Victoria.  V-irtoria,   B.C.,'  Oct.   13���������(Special)  ���������Thomas  Cod,  of Cedar Hill,     was  ai rested  bore today  for selling four  pheasants in this city.  The case fs now b<*ing  tried       l,.y  Magistrate Hill.  POINT GAINED  IN WILL CASE  A Speci-Tl fiom San Francisco to  the Colonis6 says: The Wupreme  couit Wednesday decided tliat the order issued hy Superior Judge J. V.  Cofiey, appointing a special administrator of the petition of Edna Wallace Hopper was wrong, and approv-  The   May   will ,bc remodeled through] ed 1])e -   peljiUon o[ jas.  Dirnsmuir,  distributor of the estate,  to   prohih-  out; in fact, an her present house  work will be torn out anil replaced on  modem plans as adapted to nauga-  tion rei(iircmcnts on this coast, and  hei first-class passenger accommodation win he so increased lhat ne.\t  season she win bo able to 'berth a  hundred and seventy-fiv persons. When  shc    comes off     Hie dock nexi spring (fluence.  rt the administrator  from taking th  property  out of  his hands.  "By this decision Edna Wallace Hopper  loses  an impoilant  point,       by  whicii she hoped  eventually   to have  the dead millionaire's  will  broken on  ouird'of  fraud'and'undue-    in-  and goes mlo commission on_*he nor  thern  ��������� run     shc will   be at once the  The decision  of the Supreme court  hy all except Chief Jus-  SOME,WOULD SAY   '  24 TOO   MANY.  Boston, ���������A special despatch  from  Crest-on, Iowa, to the Post says  At  the age of sixty,  George Washington  Woosley,      a pieachcr,   finds  himself  the  father  of a baby girl, the  twen-  with which" he has  been  1 sound   constitution.  ana  ne a-juevr   trrerrr   uu     Y~ ou     1     ,      .-, .      , ., , ��������� ,. T  ���������   , ,. ,    ,   . ,     A,   4 u    blessed.    All of hrs children arc,hving  indorse     the     check in order that he  " ,   , .  . ,, 4, ,, ,,   4,  .. and thc ������rew baby gives, promise    of  might     pay them.     With their names,"    "   ..���������J:jiil.������������������  on the paper he had no. dilficiuty in  yelling the money. He pafd them  their $800 to get him security fiom  suspicion for several days, and disappeared with   the diamonds  ami,  ac  cording to the estimates of the detcc  "lives. alwTut $11,000 in money. Since  then he has been traced to Chicago  and St. Paul, and is believed 'tohave  hotel diamond  in  St.   Louis.    Hrs    former-  Logansport,  and  Fort; Wayne,      Baltimore and  several  been forwarded     to him, be accepted eastern cities.     ��������� r- ' .  REFUSED A PASS SHE  BUYS A RAILROAD  A     St. L0uis,     Mo. special  to. the I City,  succeeded  Mrs.  Hoiiaday  Chicago ���������Tribune says:>   Mi's. Mary S-1 helm.  Hoiiaday,   who  made herself  president     wivem  sccn  at   y^  planter's  of the Wiilr'amsviiio,  Greenville <.t  St.   Hoiiaday was in high spirits.  Loiris  Railroajd because,  although she  was   a director,   the  manager  of thc  'The present Mrs. Woosley is'    the  second.    .Seven  of  the children.'   are  the   result   of   the  second  marriage,  while  the  first Mrs.  Wocslcy      presented her husband  with seventcekr.  Thc older of the children have long  since   married and  left,   the Woosley  household. - There   are   at present  80  grandchildren  and   there   are  already  several great-grandchildren.  The family is considered one of the  most  remarkable in Uie country, and  Mr.   Woosley   intends  to   write  Mr.  Roosevelt.  to  at the  Mrs.  ic j m the last ten mori'lhs than any other  railroad     refused to  give  her  a pass, '  sold tiro road     tohay for     $1,000,000,  'I  guess I   have made more  money  tirortlli!-  woman  in     America." she said  M  received  the money  society.  and   returned  to  liked being at the head of a big enterprise,  an  right,  but it hardens a wo-  i man,  and she drops out of society-   I  Until she sold the road,  Mrs. Holla  7 ,, ,   will move to     St. Louis now and re-  day was Uic     only woman     railroad  -,    4   ���������    .i     t' ���������������   i  cm   ���������  ' ,    tlirr* to'society."  president rn the  united btak*s, prol>      inr,   ,.  ,��������� . , ���������rf���������    ������,^ ���������, ���������,-  1 ' "What  m-a-do  me go after tjve presi-  nbiy in the world. (lcncy     was     j coul(in't have & pass  Tiie road:  only sixty miles long, is     ,.,    T ,.     , T  i       i j  ,,������������������;������������������ ������        while I was-a     director so I bought  onc of the    ibest feeders     in southern  -Missouri.        A     purchasing syndicate  tl,c  ro!i{]  and  made myself   president,  headed,     by     John S. Long, Kansas'fhen I had all tlie passes -I wanted."  This evening thc case ot thc   city  vs.   A.  L.  Haskins will  he heard in  the city hall at 7  o'clock by      two  justices of the peaie.   Mr. Haskins is  charged   with   allowing   his cattle  to  run   at   large  on   the  public   streets  iass'ide the city limits,   in violation of  lhe   pound-bylaw,   and   fir   releasing  ids   cow  froim  the  poundkecper  when  lhat officer,  in  the observance ot his  duties,  had  secured  the animal with  lihe  iiite-ntio.il of impounding  it.  Barrister  Russell Simpson will ap-  liear for the prosecution.  speediest   and      the  most comfortable  tice Realty,     who concurred orally,  boat on the route. Irt   was  written   by  Justice Lorig-an  Tlie increase in the_ speed of the In commenting upon the case thc  May-wm be accomplished by rcpiac- court says: "In_ our opinion there  nig her present boilers with new and can le no doubt of thc correctness ol  higher powered ones, and her engines Uie petit iter's positioji anfl fhat it  will be     thoroughly     overhauled and  devolves  on Ibis com I  to determine  ofrttcd =   ' j whether  or not  lifts order  annulling  1 The     winter     schedule of C P. R   the ordei-' ailmittiiig-Uie will of Alex.  sailings  on  the     Vancouvcr-SKagway Dirnsmuir to probate was or was not  ,   , , ���������,    ���������i,.i,���������i      n���������,i  -iiw* void.   This biings us  to the cnntrol-  louterias     becrr compieleu,     ami tne , . ,, ,   ,    -  , ���������,...     ���������,,������������������   ji,��������� nin inF     ciicnurv  in   the case,   which  is  steamer     Amur  wilt     go on the nm     *-. -     ���������   ' '  i ii       i ,.nm :n'rMi,ii whether  the older admitting  the will  canv     next,    month am������ remain on-it ���������*  ���������    ,      ,      .. ,  ,.       Ci,���������  ���������. n of A- DuiisriHiu to probate by t_i*e su-  tnougiout     the     wmtcr.      She will        . ' ���������  i,       r    4   -.��������������������������� c..,;1!m^  r,-n.m V-iii Peuor  court  of   the city and   county  make hei   first Cip sailing fiom van- ��������� -  couver on Novon^Vcr 21.     Each month  of   San   Francisco   was "\oid   on   its  thereafter    she will sail on the sixth  face.   We  aie  satisfied  lhat   this   in-  -<i*id  twenty-first   davs of thc mon-th.  quiry must be answered nr   the nega-  ficm Vancouver     and  from Skagway  live.    The order admitting   Uic will  on th- tenth     and Iwcnty-fifth of the  to probate is in no sense void.   Even  month       North   and  South bound on  'f  it were eironcous,  it was  still val-  each tnp the Amur will male calls at  id,   until   reversed   upon  d.iect  p.o-  , ., ,.,   n,mniini.   cccdings  upon appeal.   The older import     Essmgtm     and Port,  Simpson   ���������^     }iK  mmi&lFiuion   of \hc  will  of   Alex.   Dunsnruir to  probsvl-c,  made at  the time and under  the cir-  is,   in   its ria-  wiii covei     "Ine northern British Col-  tuLeraii~attempt~t"o "declare void     a  umhii   route    saiiinc   fiom  Vancouver  decree in no sense void-Uuit the a.t-  uniii.a  loiiiL.   =>'i     = lempt Udoso   is   beyond   the jnris-  on her  present schedule,  namely.   Uic ^.^     ^ ^ ^^^ ^   ^ ^^  second and     sixteenth     days of each \oitl.  and she will run into Namu when bus-  inc-ss warrants.  During  thc  winter the steamer Tecs cumstances  disclosed,  month.  BEARS   RAID   A  "It follows, then, that a.s the order'vacating thc order admit tug the  will to probate, is void, the qnlei' appointing the special administrator  and directing him to take charge of  COUNTRY  ORCHARD   the estate, which is based  upon tJii's  I previous  void  order,   is equally  void.  ' 'ami      that tfre   writ   of' prohibition  should   issue as   prayed  for,  and   ife is  so ordered."  -The government of Cuba has paid  a great tribute to Canadian banking  institutions in selecting the Royal  Bank of Canada as the medium to  pay 927,000,000 to the Cuban soldiers'.  After a close arrd exC'ting game the  Ladies Hockey club by tire score of  school  team "defeated "the  Nanaimo  . young      ladies    compos^ig the High  ll to Q yesterday.  Now Westminster, Oct. 13.���������It is  not often that bears are seen close  to the city, but last Monday four  large black ones entered an orchard  on.the Pitt Meadows road witlu'ii a  few rods.of   the city limits.  The ranch   was  formerly   owned  by  Mr.   Silas  Collins,  and   is  only       a  short  distance   from   the Fraser Riv-  ersawmiils.   It was during the afi  [noon   that   the  wild beasts,   all     of  which seemed to be quite bold,    en  tered the enclosure and Vegan making  a hearty meal   on   the\apple*s,  which  lay  thick  on   the ground.  They were noticed by several persons fc/hile there, and the. woman w)ho  was at home alone received quite a  fright, but the animals left the field  after their meaai, and did ivot go  near the house at all.  The milk inspection by-law introduced by Aid. Blair, and which having passed its thud reading, will be  .ilhrmcd  at the next cou'/rcil  meeting.  The  by-law,   which  is  a copy  of   tho  one enforced in  Victoria,  will   bo    a  means  of  (rroteeting lhe  public from  being served with impure milk,  a"d  v.ill  insure cleanliness on the part of  milk vendors and  dairymen.    The bylaw      stipulates   that  injik peddlais  must      hold ja. license,   which   yearly  will cost  the sum of 25  cents.   Before  the   license   is procurable,      the  vendor must apply to the health in-  .-.peclor for a permit,  which can  or'  be   obtained   when   that   officer      is  thoroughly     satisfied  that the  milk  lo lie dispensed by the applicaalt will  be  of the   pin est   quality.    The  cows  from      wlijch the     milk to  be   sold  comes     from,  the food   upon   whicii  the  animals   are  fed,   tlie cow-sheds, J  dairy,  etc.,  will  be subject to_     a  stiict examination by the officer  before the permit is  granted.   The permit obtained,  the license can ,be procured, from the city clerk.     The 'license must be posted iu a conspicuous  place on     the holder's wagon.    Not  less-than six times a year samples of  the milk brought  into town  for sale  will  be taken by the health inspector and analyzed, antl a report of the  examination   will  be published  in at  least     one local paper.   The by-law  stipulates   against  the sale of adulterated  or  skimmed milk,   unless  it  is asked for by the customer, and tin  such case is to be served from a can  beaiing the inscription "Skim Milk"  in large letters.  The by-law, a copy of which    can  he     seen at the City Clerk's office,  once enforced, the public can rest as-  suircul  that impure or diseased milk  will beikept from 4he city.  SAILOR WENT  DOWN WITH ANCHOR  ^ New York despatch lo the Tele- of thebowimc, let go .n a hurry. N0-  ,raph relates tire /oiioiwng. remarka-! body who saw h.m vanish in a treble experiences. Six of the mighty Leudous splurge ever expected to see  stee,  Cads  o.the Fust and Second di-n.m     come up     ahve..      lhcicrj-o  '"mon   nverboa-rd"   was uttered,   anil  visions of   thebatmslrrp  srmadron of,   "la.^o   ^^^  a ^^  Ihclxoitlr   Atlantic fleet  arrived from^ out on the divats.     The  Funincctoun     and anchoicd     m the, .       .  <.npPlA  an(i  ship     was hacked     at mil speea aim  North  River,  oil Forty-Second street , ^ ^  ^^  ^  one&ropellor  on-  "*',e���������i nearly 2,000 ^.uejackets and ma-        J  as lo  giyf> Andcrscm a chanee  shore-and ���������.������������������were  autumn rush of..  rmes swanned en  swa'ioweii up in (.he  the o*'crflowing town.  Happiest among the lijfjgrty men was  Mlieit Anderson, veiy able seaman oi  the Alabama flagship of the Second  division. He had taken a tweivc-  falliom tiip under the sea on Saturday -morning. ,'and been rescued by  three of his companions, who also  were out. celebrating his marvellous  escape. It was thc talk of'the squadron all down the coast in a dense  fog that nradeiacing impossible and  obscured each. slup'from the.others  aiii)0sl from start lo finish, but which  .fid not I'lLWciil ihern nom hawng  wireless chats  aTo Alabama got up anchor about  8'cVeiock on Saturday morning. The  looped around it, and Anderson was  cable     had     fouled    the slock,   being  lo come up without butting Ins head  against the ship's bottom. "  I    Withm tw0     minutes,  perhaps, Anderson came to the surface astern of  ,j ship.     There was blood about his  head and   he gave no sign of Hie.   E.  M    Wagner.     seaman, who w'as putting on his     hoots had heard the cry,  "man  overboard"  and without finishing bis  toilet   ran  to the rail, leaped  over,  and  s.vam  to Andeison.    Wagner  was having some trouble keeping  Andeison's head abo\c water, so two  seamen jumped  in  and a moment later an hands w ere hauled aboard.  lhc unconscious seaman had the  water forced out of him before the  boat was hoisted aboard the ship.  Sin "eon Becker found that the cuts  onliis head were mostly superficial  ami had been caused by contact with  hainacics      on  the ship's hull.    "When  tut lo straighten out the tangle. He-, Andeison came to he said ,that he had  i*..d a bowline under Ins arms, and j jr0nc au the way clown to the bottom  roiii Of his shipmate** were,at the oth-jwll,h the anchor, and that he had nd  trend on t cck. The man m charge h,msL*if of 1he howhne in a hurry for  ��������� ������������������ Hie drum below deck, around winch ' fe-ai that it would get tangled with  * re cable was run, supposed that the: the cable and hold hun down and  auclor    was     nr place  and  let go  the   (liown hmi.  ,,,,.,,01-e. In.tant.v     the  anchor I   He sa.d     that, he had made two cfi-  A.lli sciiuu. Anderson aboard shoi d is arter commg up and h ttmg his  ,o-*n lo the bottom, se-.e-nty-two ,eet head agamst lhe Bh.ps hull, todae  iH'iow the ve,se.-.-, water-imc aceom- -rom under he., and a.ter the second  pam.d in a groat c.anLu.g o. eh.un'i.ne he had . ecome ^onsc,ou^  Hu-ough the liawse-pipe. Anderson s | The men who heipod rescue^ him will  shinmates.     who had the inboard end   doubtless receive medals.  DAWSON  OFFICIAL*"**.  ARE  SUSPENDKn.  A Dawsoli despatch  uiwler date   of  Wednesday says  : Henry Milton  Mar-  . tin,   federal  crown   land   and   timber  agent  in   thc  Canadian  Yukon      ami  John   F.   Sprague and   J.   Sylvester,  inspectors   under   Martin,   were      all  suspended  from   olliee  today   on ,    instructions  from   Ottawa to  (iovernor  Mc I lines   because of  alleged   complicity, in  the  wood  scandal.    The  three .  men measured  several  thousand cords  of  government   wood   bought       this  fall   for   heating   the   Dawson   public  buildings.   Private measurement    i*y  thc.   governor's   special   agents   found  the  first nieas-iremeiit   SO  c-nrds short  after  the. money  had   bivn   paid.   'I he  value of  the  missing  wood   is   nu'>n>  than   $700.    Gov.   Mclnncs'   lias   a civil  suit  uemling against   Jeff  Davidson,  the cmitracto'f  of the  wood,    to  force  a rebate,   which   Davidson   thus  far  has refused   to pay.    J.   A.   Bit-  tencourt submitted   a hid   for  Davidson , but.  declares he  merely  allowed  Davidson   to   use  his   name,   so  both  men are parties to tlie defence.  WOMAN UNAIDED  KILLS A RATTLESNAKE  slant  my  heart was  in  my mouth  Then  I recovered  courage  and firmly  grasped  my  for'.ed  stick.  ''The     snake kept shifting his head  with quick little nods.     Its long, red  oldly     neid   her ground.      says  the J t(fflKUe, darted     out. repeatedly.     Its  said to be the only j cycs shown like beads Qf fire  "Suddenly it     darted its   head to-  New  York.     October   12.���������Attacked'  ;n  I lie woods  today by a huge  rattlc-  snakc, Miss     Francis Day, of  Jersey  Citv,  <iid      not scream     or   run,  but'  World.      She is  woman   who      ever went  rat tiesnake  hunting in Pilve county.  wards  me.   At that instant I thrust  On her     return vesterdav from her! my   stick.      It   caught  the     snake's  On lrcr      return >IS e,   ,, : ^  ^  ^^ ^ ^      ^ Eround  until my guide came up and despatched it. It made a great noise with  its rattles while I held it against  the ground."  A   year ago  vacation Miss Day, who is tire general agent of the New Jersey State  Hoard of Guardians, proudly slibwod  the skin of the reptile, which was  live feet long.  ������������������My guide and I had not gone far  into the woods," shc said, ''when I  was startled by a s'.ia.rp 'click.'  There before mc 1 saw a big rattlesnake   uncoiling   itself.    For   an     in-  Miss Day boldly cap^  turcd a burglar.  A. Pay Day Bargain���������35 cent book  , ofLadvsmith' views for ONLY 20 c.  Vat Knight's Book  Store.  "Jr,* ti ���������="������S?  *'"'","lJ"ZlIl"'!.JJ*ti"'**'*,J  DAILY LEDGER  TKE DAILY LEDGER  Published   every day except Sunday.  BY        THE        DAILY        LEDGER  COMPA.NY.  OFFICE  AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  80 cents  a month;    $5  per  year    in  advance.    Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  FRIDAY,   OCT.   13,   l.H)3.  MISFORTUNES  OF  A  BRIDE   ELF  T.  0iMmMMiMmw wwyw*-*%  HATH", f-������ 00 ri'.K DA.Y  ROOMS .  ABB  .pi  'il  BAR SUPfURD WITH BE*'  WINHS, USJUOKS, C1G4KS  OTEL  Seattle, Oct. 13.-For two people  (hc sailing of the White Star in.er  Ohio for Nome last night '"'V disappointment and sorrow, 'resetwo  rrnfort.unates do not know as yet,  that so-row is their share, but  they will tcday, at least -nc of  them will; lo tire other the news  will come latei", but il will sur?ly  come,  and thereby  lianas a talc.  Up   iu   Non-'-   Harry   Ilagen,    merchant,      and good fellow,  is counting  the hours     which  must  pass beiorc  -the arrival of  the    )hio places  in Ins  arms  a bride  in. ihe   ��������� ers.n   if   "M'ss  Rose B\ois.      The Wurtii'S-    which  led  to  the betrothal commeiued long  ago,  before  Harry  went     "to       -he  norlliland.       Things  have*  prospere 1  with iim  since  then   and  t'h s  summer found him  justified in  underiak-  imr lo pay the life bills of the woman  who had won his  love.  He  wrote her, 'urging  that       shc  -me north   so that they vmight be  married,   arid   she' wrote  back   that  she     would do so. Thereupon Harry  wrote thc steamship people to      reserve the     best accommodations on  the boat for his .bride-to-be.  While all this was going,on, back  in Iowa     Miss Byers ,was providimg  'jici'������")U  with a trousseau  and  bidd.ng  friends   goodby-    All   things       completed,  Miss  Byers boarded  the train  and      amidst     the farewells  of her  friends set out for Seattle, where she  was to board tlie steamer on whic"h  she would complete her  journey.  Last evening the Ohio  started     on  ���������her voyage to Nome,   thc  last boat  or the season to go to ihat lar norll  ern port,  and while she  was  stcam-  . ing down the Sound  on her  way to  the   ocean  Miss   Byers   was   leaning  back  in h:r Pinlmm   chair listening  to thc flying wheels of the train click  off  the  seconds  and minutes     which  sped ihe hours that.must pass heron  shc should set  out on, the last stag-  or her journey.  Miss Byers will reach Seattle thii'  evening and then'for her will cor'-,  the sorrow arrd disappointment creat  ' ed by the sailing of the steamer. It  ds probable that her husbaiid-to-have  ihecn will -hc notified of the fact that  she was  left by cable the  following  Hay.  What will lie done then is prol.lo  matical. Miss Byers cannot rcanvh  "Nome this season, .and if Mr. Hagan  comes 0-ut on one of the steamers  now in port there he cannot get'-  hack again for about eight months,  and there the matter stands.  READ ON  Each and Everv one of These Drops of Ink are  t  a Money Saver For You  We. are Sole Agents foi** thc famous brand of Fit Rite Clothing.  Each and every garment of this brand is yuarantced lo Fit and  Wear     well,     otherwise, your money back.     Suits from  $10 to $25  Best accomodation in town.    Splendid hunting and fishing in near vicinity.  A.J. McMURTRJE, Proprietor ,  , LADYSAilTH, B. C.  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  A  Srecial Suit  for the  Boys in   an si'/cs     from     2-2 to Si"*, in a  good,   heavy  blue Serge, weiUnlade nn-d  worth more money.  Our  Price  $1.75 a Suit  Ask for Pennan's     Natural Wool I'ndcrwcar, as we buy this line-  direct from the Factory ami save  you   the   middl:*   man's   profit.  We are able to s.ive rrom   all  tents  to one  dollar  ������.n  every suit  v.1 u  buy. Our   Price   PORTLKND  JOHN GOGO.PROP  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra  well  Stocked  The New Western Hotel  Good rooms,     good hods, and good hoard. r  Our Bar is newly fittedup and well supplied and is in charge or  JOS. PELLIQRINELLI  Esquimalt & Nanaimo Hallway  ��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������*������������������ ������������������*������������������  -STEAMSHIP   SCHEDULE   BETWEEN  LADYSMITH,   NANAIMO  VjfNCOUVER..  (Effective Sept.  30th)  &  S. S. JOAN.  -    V  -    Sails from  Nanaimo for Ladysmith Saturdays  - 5.30 p.m  Sails  from  Ladysmith  for'Nanaimo Saturdays-   .'  COO-a.m.  Sails  from Nanaimo for Vancouver Saturdays  8.00 am.  Sails  from   Vancouver  for  Nanaimo Saturdays  ~  2.30 p.nv.  Sails from  Nanaimo for Ladysmith Saturday     :������������������ 5.30 p. m.  -       \ .'���������'���������'  FARES   BETWEEN' LADYSMITH AND VANCOUVER, one way, $2.50  ' ' Return,   $3.75. ���������  '   *;  FARES   BETW14EN   LADYSMITH AND  NANACiMO,   one way  50 cents,  "                                       i       i Return,  75 cents.         n  '                            f GEO. L. COURTNEY.  86 Govt.  Street,  Victoria B.C. Dist. Freight &. Pass.Agt  $1.00 a Garment  I2-3HES  ���������nrr* ���������������"*wm������ ���������**������������������*���������  Si-etccr's  Special   Black   Cashmere     Sox,, guaranteed     to keep  a  good color,  high  silk  spliced  heel and t(|,>.      Something youi" toe  nails  will not comclhrough in   a hurry.  25c. a pair   -  5 A ffW IRWHS THAT-MrllL START YOU THINKING ABOUT OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT ������  "3a  5  100 Pairs of "Mens* and  "Womens"     Felt    Slippers,  heavy  leather sole.      Regular     Price    ,$100 and  Clearance Price,  . wilh n good  $1.25 a pair:  *This  Hotel has    been completely    Board and lodging $1.00 per day.  renovated.  N_  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar Supplied with tbe  Bost   "Wines, let Avenue  Liquors and Cigars.  :-: Ladysmith B.C.  *^S   JUns'   Fine Ball Calf Shoes    with extra  cial.  ��������� 50c, A Pair gg  heavy sewed sole. Spe-  5������  3������  IMiiicis' Whole Stock Nailed Pit Shoe,  Price $2 50.     Our Special  Price,  $2.50 a Pair  a special  lot.        Regular  $2,00  I'ovs'  Strong School Shoes   Ask lo see our ,<-*pecial |  At $1.4  *?���������  *������ Nanefmo,  ncer,  Limited  ������  toe:  5������  sc  wm ?m mm*mm*mMR $  Now the long evenings have come,  get your reading matter at Knight's  Book Store.  Appointrments may he made at any  time for dental work at Dr. Dier's  on High street st  - NOTICE.  Notice  is hereby given  that  I will  not be responsible for any debts contracted   by  my wife,   Lena  Casorz.o,  frcan or after this date.  C.   Ci"*SORZO.,  Ladysmith, B.C.,  Oct..10,-1005.  G  Ladysinith  O. YU  Merchant Tailor  mi     w  N  J. 2S1 SMITH'S  RESTAURANT  Cor, 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Mea?s 35c. and Upward  Low Round trip Rates  -+VIA���������...  Best accommodation for transient  urd permanent hoarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been com tor t-  a'*ly furnished and the bar is up-to-  d-le. Rates $1.00 a day and upwards.  WM. BEVERrDGE, Prop.  SJ>������l������na������I������ :���������: :*->���������: :���������: "���������*-- ondysmltb  THE JONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Good Bed.and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE   STREET-   ��������� Ladysmith.  ii  B.  C  HARTLEY    GISBORNE  Member  Can.   Society  of    Civil  Engineers  Member Institution of  Electrical Engineers,' England  Member Iuternat'ioi.al  Electrical  Congress   at St. Louis,-1904  '���������Electrical Engineer���������  P.  O.  BOX 357, I   i i    I      i   . I  :   ;    !  :  il   I  I   LADYSMITH, B. C.  GJtLEJMM.  JP  Leads Them'  IN QUALITY  -:o:-  R.P.RITHET,  &C6.> Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :���������: :���������::���������: .-: :���������'B.C.  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Rates !fl.25 and$1.50���������  Free bua^to all steamboat  landings and  railway depots.   Electric earssevery fi\������  minutes to nil parts of   the city.   Biv.  and table^uuexcelled.  7 F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ��������� *���������   ���������  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER  B, C.  Under New Managment  Hotel Wilson  *--  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnell & Woobank  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First Clais.  Commerc" .1 Mens' headquarters.  Fire Proof    Building.  HOTEL LELAND  (T. J.  Wcllinan, 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.  St. Paul, Duluth, Sioux City,  Omaha, Kansas City $60.00  St. Lous $67.50 Chicago 71.50  Dates of sale. Sept, 16th: and 17th  Final return limit 90 days     from  date of -sale- ,  For full particulars call on or ad  dress  S. G. YERKES,  G.W.P.A.,  Seattle, Wash,  ' \  E. R. STEPHEN  71 Government st  Victoria, B.C.  , HENRY'S NURSERIES  NEW CROP���������  Home Grown to  Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     and  FLOWER  SEEDS. '.  ' ' ;-    ! ' 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  Cor.  Government- ��������� and   Yates St3.,  Victoria, B.��������� C-    ,  Transcontinental  3  Trains Daily  3  One of which Is the famous ������������������North''  Coast Limited," , .     .    ,  Up-to-date     Pullman    and    -Tourist  .sleepers ���������    on  ail  trains.  Dining Car  service Unsurpassed.  CHEAP  ROUND TRIP  RATE  - TO  ' LOS  ANGELES,  CAL.,  OCT.  20-21..  *.  Excursion rates now n effect.  to Portland Fair. Round trip  Tate ������9.65. Only direct line  to Yellowstone Park.  . Steamship   tickets  on   sale to    alls  European   points. Cabin  accommodation reserved hy wire.  reserved by wire.  For     furthsr    particulars    call or  write the office.        Pbone Main 056.  VICTORIA,   B.   C ���������  A; D* CARLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A.,   N.P.,        General Agent  Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.C  Are Vou  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read   via  tbe  y  NOTICE  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,  will be prosecuted.  RUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  -*���������-' Ladysmith, B.C.  aie manufactured for  inei?, who require boots  for service and rough-  and���������- tumble boys f|  whose parents find it g.(  almost impossible to M  keep their feet covered m  | They are all No. I lea- p  ther, honestly made p  and will give Infinite |������  satisfaction. f|  Thousands who have M  wjin them say that g  they are almost iron- |j  Ask your dealer   to ||  show theHE to you-       m  M     If   he    should not I :  M them send his name to 1 i  ������m _ ' &>&  TH6GITY MRRK8T  R. Willianisoti|Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  i  THE TYEE COPPER.CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Worksat     ./  Ladysmith,. B.O.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  LTD  f Mil   '"  WIAMUFACTURSRS OF  jjEGKIE BOOTS'  VANCOUVER,   B. C  WM. MUNSIE, President J. W.   COBURN, Man.  Director  Telephone!"^.  The   Ladys'iiith   Lumber Co   Ltd,  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AMD  LADY SMITH-Shingles   a  Specialty.  ���������"Vtariufadnn'rp     of���������  Rou^h and Or ssed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mou; .lings, Etc., oi the Be^t Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring     and   Finishing     Lumber  in    Stock  DID   IT EVER STRIKE YOU?  That tire place to BUY YOUR MEAT   is  where   the  slaughtering  done locally?   "VVc are  not  depending  on    what  the Wholesalers send us  and      can     GUARANTEE   EVERY-THING to be FRESH AND CLIO A  PANNELL  &    PLASKETi  V*-  STFVENS BLOCK, UAT^CR15  Ji'iiELfT, L/ DYSM  I  s  I  I    *  .   "* CLERMONT LSYI[iGSTQN W.J. WATSON,  $     General Manager. Smelter Manager.  r:--^'^'"'-*'-'^^  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 Managtf  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  . $5 and under     3 cent"������  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  ������������    cjo        " " $30......   10 cents  ������    $3o       " " $50    15 cents  ���������. ^   ,       ��������������������������� vnv'nhle at Par at any office  in C   nada of a Chartered Barfl  ^^Z^X^^ Principal banking point,   n thc United States.  NEGOTIABLE  AT A FIXED RATE A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC ��������� , LONDON, ENG.  Thev form an excellent method of remitHn   small sums of mou.,  i Jiey iorui ^.^ ga������cty and at aniau   !t>st.  [ADYPKITH BRANCH ������ ���������������* A*. CORNWALL, MamagM:  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in. pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte a������d vocal lessons given in classes er individually.  MISS  BERTRAM,  Ladysmith, B. O.  fill?  S'i1  The  only  line now making    UNION  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL :  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with       the  through    trains    from    the    PaciQo  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.  For complete information  ask your  local agent or write,, ���������  ��������� F. W. PARKER  General   J gent,  7 "SO 2nd Ave., Seattle:  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARIORS  HIGH STREET,  :���������:���������: Best in the City :���������:���������j  ADYSMITH BAKERV  HOP LEE & CO.  0N THE ESPLANADE,  'ASTRY OFSALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED AND FRESH.  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orderg taken for Pastries to be de  Uvered at any time.  Employment Agency  ���������c  F  -:o.  Mannfacturersofthe Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  None bu   Union Labor   Employed  n J. BOOTH, Prop  .Dea ers In ...  nos and  rgans  1. adysrii i (:;. P..C  Dr.  Dier can be found ;���������'   anytime  at his office on High sin-'. I lis dental work is guaranteed '(J he first'  class and rates reasonable- st.  ;S&a:a^2i"*"^1l?^!S!^^J3SESS*^5S2gi  HILBERT 2������*S!&SSS������������9K3������������s������B������������?*S  m m:\mmmam  DAILY LEDGER  l-WrWrtfrH****** ��������� *������ri.������|^..;.������^;..w.+4^������H^^  r*iwin������  NANAIM.O'   B. C.  Haiiufacturers of the  'V  Co  t    . r    ' In JBritrsh Columbia  X    Lager  Beer and Po;i*r. Guaranteed   Brewed  J:     from the   Best Canadian  Malt Run   Hops  ������aaasi2ss3sss"3 i^^ssessss?^?^  NOVELTIES  WEATHERED OAk  Things that have sprung into popularity with a bound, beeause they  are strong, they are artistic and they^  are not expensive.  ���������II    MHI^-UM  Hexagon Hm\tiltbmn,\\n*~9t i������ hh-r ,  $2l75MCh  Jardiniere Stands, a very wide choice of designs in   Flemish fin-  " ish' .- $1.50 to $3.50 each  Plate Racks. Two shelves with   plate groves, brass cup hooks  under, 18x36,  ���������StejnJRacks, Gats Pattern, with pegs for steins,  Book Shelves. 3 shelves. $2,50 each  .   four shelves. 24x36, $3.75 each  Shelf Brackets. 24x7 in., $4.50 each  Umbrella Stands. 2 styles, $3.^50 and $5.50  $2.75 each  $3.00 each  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short    notice.    Drill  Sharpened  by  ,r<-   -  ways gives satisfaction.  Picks  handled and repaired. .  Ships mi thing    in aP     its  Branhes  Horseshoersjand Genera! Blacksmiths.  R. LAWSON  Buller Street   -   -    -    -    Lady smith! B C  ���������������������������������������������������������������  IX  LID/SMITH TRANSFER CO    A]  it PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOV-  t ED PROMPTLY A  ND SAFELY. "  Stables' in the rear of the Lad ysmith hotel.     Leave orders at   the       *���������  -     L. _*fl j  Abbots ford.  WILLIAMS AN 3  AM 3 AIT  ^^^������������������^^������������������^^������������������������������������������������������*������>^^4 ������������������;��������������������������� ���������'���������������������������.���������������������������^HHH4������*  ������      LIVERY, BOARDING AND       |  * SAI PA STARI PQ J  5  ������ +m* *++ wvi iiiwvai w  f PHONE 66 LADYSMITH J  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK  A  SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  It Pays to Buy  Express Work   [nighst.,  - Extra Special Sale -  - This Pay Day -  Al! the Styles are here for Men, Women and Children,  Prices are Very Low  New Fall Cc&ts and Jacket  LATEST Models  and Styles.   Womens' -Coats,  37 in.  long,  Mack, heavy  cl .'th,  made  with  trimmed   black  body and  sleeves  lined  with sal in.  ON'LV*   ,....  $11.85  Misses Cloth Coats  The latest   Styles,   Regular,   .1*7.50,  PAY  DAY   BARGAIN  $5.95  Ribbon Remnants  rf^'GV?  I)ee.n  RaUiorlne- our Ribbon  Remnants.   ���������icces  from * ���������N  thicc yards long, 0f as Dainty An"  hwn as you  would like to see.  .-.i-cJp^f Bn*R('m,!iJl',ts  of  "'Wjohs   Mill  siSSrs������mV ai'e (;"anCeS l������ '-ar,y  ALL     REMNANTS     AT HALF-  PRICES  FOR  PAY DAY.  Separate Skirts  Prom $2.05 up to $ 10.00.  We are selling  'twice as manv separate     skirls as  we ever sold before.  Simply      on account of our  modest  Prices.  New Wrist   Bags and  Purses  Just arrival |,y Express.  Specials     i��������� Kew Styles of Wrist  .Dags and  Purses.  Prices 25c. to $4 00  THREE ONLY WOMEN'S GREY  Walk ing Suits  Regular      PAY  DAY  BARGAINS  .$10.00  $3.05  THREE ONLY��������� Womens'  Black Ladies'  Cloth,  REGULAR        $13.00"  PAY  DAY  BARGAIN  .....'   , Hand ) Knit ted  OPERA SHAWLS, .BABIES' CAPS,  BONNETS, BOOTIES and JACK-'  ETS.  ^AS.cent Discou������t f���������  $6.95  Cue Only���������Womens' Light Blue, nicely trimmed  with short Jacket  REGULAR   .'      $22  PAY  DAY  BARGAIN    '  $o5o  Japanese Silk Waists  $3.50  JAPANESE SILK  ,       WAISTS  FOR   $2.95.  iS the CniS'?? d?Wn tIle 'rontand  o?s mZCZL m Band- a,ld c,lffs- Colors, White, Blue an������   Cream        Tul  been one of our Best .seKs at -mJo    .  PAY  DAY BARGAIN ..  One Only���������Nice Grey Suit, long coat,  lined      with  Blue  Silk.    Gold   Braid  Trimming.  REGULAR        $22.00  PAYDAY   BARGAIN   ,.'.'.'..  ^  $9,95  SALE      OF      WOMENS'   WARMER  UNDERWEAR.  TRICES   50c,   75c,  $1.00   $1.25.  n������ns $3.50   Boots  $2.50  $2.95  Ladies' Golfs and Child-  rens' Bear Skin Coats  GOLFS, all Colors and Styles, from  ������������������*!���������*>()  fo  $150.  BEAR     SKliS COATS-TI.e newest  Styles,  nicely trimmed.  Prices from $2.25 to $4.50  ������������������1  MENS'   SPECIAL   for  Pay  Dav.  Box Call, leather lined, good weight  of soles, and  double .shanks.    Special  value at  $3.50,  regular price.       All  Sizes, fi to 10  PAY  DAY BARGAIN     $2.50  Womens' Fine Lace Bo ts  ^      AT $1.50 a PAIR.  WOMENS'     FINE DONGOLA-P.o*.  o;a^Ie^w:^>rcittomc(li,l"1  PALL  AND  WINTER  WEAR  All    S-17.CS -  REC't;LAR-     $2.00 and   $2.25  Pay-week $i.50  and  SATISFACTION. '       a    "*"   elvc  CASTING   WEAR,  Sizes from 8 to   10  REGULAR ..  PAY   DAY  BARGAIN   ���������-���������!���������������������������,    $1.50   ,..   $1.10 .  ��������������� S. Weinrobe,  Kootenay Steel Range  .������  m  the I  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  ���������UGGIES FOR HIRE ���������:-  -: See J.  KEMP, or leave orders vith  &  ADAM  Ladysmith  ;IRST AVENUE  'PHONE 2-4.  W.  SILT-;R  SNEEAL EXPRESS AND  ' DELIVERY  j    WORK PROMPTLY   Of -    -  [i Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  St  Solicitor,  Etc.  Slangy  to   Loan  Avenue -     LADYSM)  A SEWING MACHINE FOR  ..  EMPRESS OF  JAPAN.  Baltimore,���������A pretty little story is  ���������*'H'g  told in Washington, about the  visit of Miss Roosevelt to Japan a>.d  her audience  with the Japanese Empress,   says  a Washington .special   to  the American.   M.\ss Roosevelt     and  the   ladies    of  her party,   natjurallv  were     gowned jn  their most stylish  and handsome costumes.    The beauty  of the.style and  making of the    ladies'      gowns   particularly  attracted  the attention of the empress, aml i|  is said sbe admired the Inea-utiful Spw-  mg of not only the dresses, but the  lingerie of the ladies.    She remarked  that nowhere in Japan or among her  Japanese women could such line and  ���������delicate sewing be done. The ladies  remarked that they did not think hi,.  man hand could duplicate the stitelr-  ������"���������������,.-bocause it was done by a sewing machine.  This remark excited the cririoaity  of the Empress, a���������d she asked w-lrat  was a sewing machine, as she Gad  never heard of or seen one. Miss.  Roosevelt and the ladies explained  the. machine to the empress, and after the audience it was said "they cabled home asking till at a special machine be constructed for them, so  that  they could send  it to  the   em-  ������'re������asa:giftandaSonve.,/r of their  visit.  n  is now   stated      ,'���������   Washington  that such a machine has   been  ,���������ade  I ih(\ miichim "being of  special   design'  (and ornamentation, having miirfi gold  and   silver  used   hi   its construction  and that it has been-packed and ship.  | P������I. to Japan.   Indeed, some k^.c ventured to declare  that the nrv.sU*r;������������������s  fi'ft,  supposed  to have  been sent  i,y  ,tl������e President to the Emperor 0f .ja.  Pan, and   m care of Baron  Korrrtiia,  | was really the sewing machine ordered  by Miss Roosevelt  and  ladies   of  ,-iier party,  and   that thc n,ySterious  gift is for the empress of Japan and  not the emperor.  Expert  Workmanship  The Kootenay Range  is node, in the largest  and best equipped stove  foundry fn Canada. In  this factory a big staff of  ���������experts devote their entire timc 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 care-  tully before buying any other.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.    Booklet free.  MTIaryS  London.       Toronto,       Montreal,       Winnipeg,  Vancouver,      St. John, N. B.  idyisnifh Hardware Co  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING- REGULATIONS.  Coal-Coal  lands  may  be purchased at $10 per acre for 8oft 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 j  granted upon payment in advance of  $7.50   per   annum   for  an   individual,  arrd from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company, according to capital.  A      free miner,  having discovered i  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500 x  1,500  feet.    The  lee for 'recording a claim  is  $5.00  At least $100 must be expended on  the claim each year or paid  to the  mining recorder in lieu  thereof. When  $500  has  been  expended   or paid, the  locator  may,   upon  having  a survey  made, and upon complying with  other requirements,  purchase  the land at j  $1 an acre. '  ��������� The     patent provides for the pay  ment of a royalty of 2\  per cent orr  the 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  five miles  each for a term 0f twenty  years,  renewable at the descrction of the Minister of the Intsrior.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation.within onc season from the  date of the lease for each five miles.  Rental, $10 per annum for each mile  of river leased. Royalty at the rule  of 2A- per cent collected on the output after it exceeds  $10,000.  w. w. cor.y,  Deputy  of  thc Minister  of  thc In-  "erior.  , LADYSMITH AKRIE     NO. 686, F.  O. E.     :���������:       :���������:        w       .   ,  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. Worthy  President- B Forcimmer; Worthy  Secretary, C; H. Rumminga.   '.  Done Promptly and  WELL  Al  NOTICE.  From this date the undersigned  will not he 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.  LEDGER  Office  1st   Avenue  Public Notice  Attention is called to the    fact that the  Ogilvie Flour Hills Co ,    Limited  makers  of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR,     have for some time  past been producing flour in a  vastly  improved  and purified  form  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control  of   all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising  the  public  that  any unp-  ori,cd users of the electrical   flour purifying-processes  will be pro-  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company Limited  ^r-aflig    only     mUl9P������ la C*a ii* w'jlmj     Plour  s purified by tlie    electric process /  /  *1&:  THE   DAILY   LEDGER  BAKERY  ^SSSSm\Wm\\^Smm^mWm*  FOR SAL'S  Fifty acres, eight fenced, impioved,  -fifteen slashed, snrt.ii house and barn,  tow, clncktns, two tons kay. Tkice  miiiee from Duncans. $900 c������.slr, apply M. P. DOUGAN, Cobbi* Hill.  Mrs. M. Matheson  went 'down  ":Victoria: this morning.   y>: ���������   ��������� '  to  THE  PEST,   AND  NOTHING   BUT     THE  BUST  X BREAD ��������� CAKES - COOKIES ��������� and ���������jPIES X  A GOOD assortment ef FRESH C ONFECTl**NB-RY  ���������^5Si^S2aBS^5*^^2SiS  b������?.^.  1ST AVE.  A. LUGAS  PAINTING   AND  FAPERHANGING  Best tobaoco,  fruit and candies at  Carter's, First Avtanue.  ���������-o������������������  You   can     get a nice,  hand-knitcd  opera shawl at Weinrobc's  Mrs. II. Cecil paid a visit to the  Cecil nirncs at thc back of Lady-  sinitli this morning.  Neatly and Artistically Done  ,   Mrs.  W.  E:  dcVeulle,  of Victoria,  "is ������������������'visiting": her   daughter,  Mrs.       II.  Mack'irv. of'this citv.'  S. ROEDDING   -���������  Orders Promptly   Executed  LADYSMITH  gg-JSSJgEfa^r^^  5o boys' suit3 from  22 io  | 26-Regular up to $5x0  SPEACIAL $2.00  25   childrens'   ready-to-  wear hats-All Colors  SPECIAL $1.50  Notice is hereby given that ,tbc un-  dersinriHl will apply at the next rog-  flar's'tling of the Licensing Iftwd  for the Uan-Jier o������ the retail liquor  license held by him Tor the Portland  Hotel, located on lot 5, block 2, 1st  Avenue, City of LadywmUi, to John  Gogo. ANGELO   TATE.  Russell Simpson,  Solicitor for  ap  plieaut.  Ladysmith, B.  C, October 4, 19"5  Miss Knight,  of Victoria,  was Ms-  it ing   her sistCL-in-la-w,   Mis    J.   A.  Knight of this city jesterday.  On Tiiesilny, Oct 31st, tire ladrc-  uf lhe rrfsbjteri.in church wrll hold  a ir-illow'������*n sof-hil in the clnuch  building.  More'1 Iran      a dozen bunches     ...of  Pheasants   were   seen" by   passengers  on this morning's ..train between Dun-  . caiis; aivit. Chemainus. :���������'-. ���������,  Mr., T-   J.   Stephens/ representing ���������"  ":thc well known firm of Leckicl& Co.,  ei Vancouver, is in iJie.'-ci'ty.;. Leckic's  ������������������������������������foot-wear- is on '.the market to s^  The Lccki'e boots arc of good mat-ei-  '.���������;.ial",:aml:'are'-; thoroughly   well made. V  ������������������-,'-Forcimmer is changing his adv., to  ��������� day ami;is ,';;calling attention' to.-thc  "Pitt "W^tcbes^.' ;to Me sold on Payday  .".'.joniy.; at $1-25.    ;-        :[��������� ������������������ '���������-������������������:���������;.'-.'  ZZ:Mv:.:' T. vWright, a Smelter; eiupioy.ee  ������������������''vMiss^k.:'L'assiily,^daugliter;...of.-.I>"ov.ii.*-.  ������������������ cial Constable /Cassidy;; were .muted  '.'.jn marriage in Nanaimo oil,Weilncs-  : 'day evening ���������'.'.���������:���������  ';:V:Wenirobe's is tlie -place to\buy La-  ;.;kies'. ready-made Skirts.       .    ���������.;  .-': ���������' In  this .issue1 John-Stewart-is; ad-  ��������� rertisiiiai'Ior sale a:poultry: iann,si.,t-  ���������'iiated bear Larclysmitli.; 'rhejigurp  ���������"���������'-��������� asked-.--for the Property .sccaiisremanc,  :*������������������ auly small. Thrs, is,:without .,doubt,  ; a rare opportunity .to purchase a,pa}-  ;'_''ing. farm, at; a baa-gain.. ��������� ,r   -j;-;���������- ';\.::/  >:^;Us������ Porter's'; AatisopWc;. ifeling.  : Oil, freely guaranteed, for;-;M.le only  :v:at the Drug Stor������.''":.V> ;*.';::}ZZ'Z: Z  Z- ���������'������������������Mr.   Riley,   Victoria' City's :M.P...,--  ,; and" Mrs.   Riley  were :passengers on  :-today's   train.^Giag^rpiiglr -vo-is^  -������������������^aimiiu^-visit, frionds.    During' ..... a.|  ..-'���������cblivCT.sution on board the tram, Mi.   |  Riley stated,that he 'did. not -desire ���������������  the   appointment  of Lieutenant  CJov-t  '-'ernor,; preferring feis present position,  but expected to, sec a Kritisn Columbian   appointed  to the position-.  .'������������������"..'Mr.'  A.  J..   Burton,. President   and  general  manager  of  the  A.   J.  Burton Saw Works  of Vancouver,  is in  '.��������� Ladysinith orr business for bis firm-  Those who arc  familiar  with      the  stood work done bv Mr. Burton in or-  i?ani7.'inR and raising   sufliciciix iun*ls  To  '--c>t the Burton  Company  on      a  good lvasrs are well  pleased to   note  that the Company has built up    ��������� a  -,r0od,      substantial, and   wcU-paymg  manufacturing business.;  TOWKS1TE EXTENSION  Adjoining the old lownsite of  '   DUNCANS, V, 1.  wo  Acred  A small aica has been laid ofl   in town lots which are  at  LOW   PRICES   AN D ON  EASY TERMS.  The rut,.,  of  the-Cowichan   _ District   and   Vancouver   Mui  wUl   e-*ce9d  expectations  aad   this is a good chance mr a safe an4  profitable   investment.  SEE PLANS AND PKIOES  Agents, J. STEWART J- H, WHITTOME  a        ,       -4.,     -tr   t "Duacaas,     V.  I.  3   La'lysKith,  V. I.  2oo ^ladies'  collars  and  tabs-Rll olors Reg. np  to  5jc.  SPECIAL 15c  500 yd.   Alcona flannel_  elte-Reg. 15c.  SPECIAL ioc-  $50���������per acre for 5-acre blocks 1 mile  fiom City.  25 black, and brown c;ney  neck ruff 4 tails  $375���������Cash secures a tint i������������ld������nce m  *the choicest part of the-city.. Oalj  $244   more  to'pay  at  th������  rate of  $12  per month. Owner has invesfc-  ��������� ecf,   over    $CC0  in  improvements.  Water laid  on. Fine garden.  $280���������Casli    and   5400 on mortgage  buys  two lots���������each 60x120 only a  few  yards   from post-office.     Fine  investment.   -  $500���������Cash and halanic orr timc buys  two first-class  . stores in business  portion of  city.  SPECIAL $200 |l  For Rent���������A n,icc store on First Avenue.  12 childrens'  white  an  grey furs-up to $2.00  SPECIAL 35C to $i.co  d BUFor Rerrt���������A nice two-roomed store  Luminous  shipments ha\c 1 been dis*-J  covered  by the  I'rince ol Monaco in !  the course of his deep-sea  fishing    iir  the Mediterranean. They  lhe at       a  depth     of from 1,110 to  1,600 fathoms    The arc thc size of line prawns  and are  stiukled  with small  pboip*-.-  cent  spots     These   light  their  way  in the gloomr  of thc  deep   waters.  Walter* &  Akenhead  For      Rent���������Nice  two-roomed caldn  !  near station.  Deeds,  Wills,    Mortgages,  Contracts and   Agreements  Drawn.  J. STEWART  Conveyancing     *      Notary Public  *   .   . Phone, 3. ��������� -'  JP. O. BOX a68  . WKRE WITHOUT FOOD-  Steamer Umatilla is due in     Vic-    and flour, enough to enable them to  toria tomorrow from^an Francisco,. Hve'comlortaibly' until the light-house  and  steamer     C.ly of Pcuhla     will    tender hrinas supplies.  ������������������������������������  always adds to your list of wants.  We arc 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 exptes.  thing entirely hew in design.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������ r  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  GATJLCREST lAB^SBSlTH  Ladies*  Some- |  ff  1  W. G. Fraser  i  i  WNS, 6 LB. 25c.    |  POTATOES, $.00,1  ��������� $ 1,25 SACK I  CABBAGE 2c LB. 8  n  ISH FIS  Ti  u  Babies'   hand-km Wed  Bootees,  jackets and Bonnets at Weinrobc's.  nwnwi   i������   ini   ���������wi  umim   h ii ���������*******��������������������������������� ��������������������������� m ���������w ������������������ mi ���������n***������������  ' Good Cook Stove  One No. 8 Cook Stove -with  Reservoir $650  Heating Stoves-f or  wood and  coal both.  Also the Ladysmith rnr4ke  in stock  C PETERSON'S Store  Cor. 5th. and Roberts S  \i*  51MOKID SALMON  r.R. B. Dici  Sar^eon Dentist  All work "guaranteed, and-at reasonable rates.  High St. Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  AINT1NO,      -PAPEktlANOlNO  BTC.  v.  Work  done  properly  and at    rip1-  .rrices.     Shop and  residence in  re������  /f Ladysmith  Hotel.  J. E. SMITH. Pror  BOOTS  AND SHOBS AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing  and iii&lring te  order   ���������  ipeoiality.  THOMAS -MCEWAN  1st Atcbug,   Ladysniitfc; B. C.  sail for the south on  Sunday.     On  her .trip the steamer  City oi'Penbla  called  at  thc  Umatilla  Reef- lightship     and found thc crew villi  the  supply oi food  ml  e;onc.   aiyl  without  Umatilla  Reef  lies to  Uie south of  Cape   Flattery  and  a relief  steamer  was recently sent thcic to' take   the  jflacc  of the regular   Uma-tiUa- Reef  lightship,  which is at one of       the  prospects   of receiving  any  for  a few j.Sliipyaids on the Sound receiving re-  l,i-vs        The men wore half sUaived.   'pairs. '  'Oficfr*, of the-Citv of  Puebla   srave}   Last  weck'thc  lo-ruiar  tcmicr   was  'them   a quantity  of   meat,  \ electables \u.ccke(, ou tuc Columbia liver..  "      GOAL MINES  REGULATION   ACT  Kotice  of 'Examination. .,,,���������',.,..,  Notice  is  hereby  <i,en  that examinations ������will be #.c d for    sij  2nd am  3rd di ccr-l,Creates of competency  under     tiie  provisions  o    the^    Coal  Mines Regulation Act.," on thc lllh, 13th      and   IGtli  days  ol  ^unbci,  1������0������.  co.mncnc.ng  at  the hour     of   9.30   o'clock  rn the   ���������"���������<\  The exa.mnaUons  will be held at Ker.iie,    ^anarnio and Cumbciland.  The subjects will  be  as follows:    MerchantTaiIorf*  - * ^ '������������������������������������*    a  ..t' ,(ist|Avenue) '..',. ^  Fall Stock   on   hand. CaSi esrly and   -|  get your choice  Hammer  Guns at  20 PR CENT  r Discount for  CASH  Saturday Bargains  We have decided to reduce  our stook of  HAMIVIER GUNS ,  So oftcr these snaps for Saturday.  1,1 Ctas CmMatcs !       2���������,I das, ca.n.li.Mcs I       3rd eta, cawlMate  The Ladysmith Hardware Co., Ltd,  'Alimirg act and  Special  Rules  Mine Cases  Ventilation  Clener.il  WuiA  Aiming Machinery  Surveying.  "Mining  act ami Special. Rules  "Mine  Gases  Ventilation  General Work  Mining act and  Special  Rules  Mine Oases and  General Work  | .smoked haubut  Ifresh kippers  $    L.      LrVt/niMti     %������* \>,   EC  A  Pay Day  Bargain���������35 cent Book  of  Ladysmith   views   for  only .20  c.  at  Knight's  Book .Stoic  While-on her way home on Wcd-  ^ nesday, ariid at a point near the Na-  | .nainio cemetery, a lady resident ���������'���������of  I Nortlrfield' was the victim of an . m-  I tend eel assault by an unknownmai*.  3_ She managed to beat off her assailant however, and yesterday notified  thc   police of the occurrence.  Applications must be made to the  undersigned,  accompanied . by   tho  statutory fee, as follows: _ ft  Uv an applicant for nUrst nnd  Second Class Examination    S10.0U.  By an applicant   for  ThUd  Class   Examination          ��������� ���������-���������      ^  The applications must be accompanied     by    testimonials  , r  cjrWjoa  copies thereof,  (a)  H ac*ndi'alc for First  Class,  that   he      o,   a i i   ^  suinect and has at  least fnc years  experience  irr or about the  practical  woi'l-.ng     of a coal  mine,  and  is  at    least  25   years  of age.      , ^    _  (!>.)" If a candidate for    'ccond  Class, that'he has had  at,  -aast     ne  years'  experience in or about t:,c practical working   of a coab mr.icr ^  ^  (c) If a candidate for Third   Class,   that lie has  had at least     ,..c  years'   experience  in   or  about; thc practical  working of a coal mm.,,  Bv' order of the Board, .;./--' mTrinTirnn  FRANCIS  IT.   SHEPHERD  Secretary.  Nanaimo, B.  C,  September 30th, L2P5;___ ., ���������I-  TXT ST ARRIVED   -���������-A targe Shipment of tlie very latest  Styles in LADIES'  ni BESTS' CHAIRS,' LOCKETS, Mr  Etc.-Etc.  GrUL   AND  SEE  TKES  s==s The PRICES ARE MODERATE ior the BEST QUALITf E3  '"for pay-day special  V.7.PiT WATGHES WILL BE SOLD \m$  I  ���������4  ���������25  B.FORCJMriER  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER,  Oi'TJCJAN  First Avenue,   X   X   X      Ladycmnh,  B. C  Store Lately Occupied by John  Thompson, ��������� complete . with counter  ni fixtures.  Pent $15 per month, Apply to  MPSON  Sale of Mineral Claims  SOUTH- NANAIMO   ASSESSMENT  DISTRICT.  I here!)}' give notice that on "Monday, the. (lib day -of November, A.1)., l'HI"), at thc hour of 11 o'clock a.  in., at. the Court House, Nanaimo, i shall 0lT'iT for sale hy public auction the' Mineral Claims in the list  hereinafter set out. of which Crown oran-is have-been'���������issued, for all unpaid taxes accrued due and payable  oir  Hie .3011]  day of June, l'!05, aJi-d   ''or  the  expenses  ol*  advertisiiifi;   this notice.  If tire taxes arrd expenses of advcrli'Kjiii';, as set out in said list, arc not paid lo me on or before the  day of sale, the claims may be sold to thc highest bidder ajud a conveyance executed to the purchaser of all  rights  and interest in  said  claims legally allii'iiatcd by  tdu*. Crown by the   Crown   Grants  thereof.  In the event of.there being'no | rirclraser or if the price offered shall not bo .siiiTu-icnt lo pay the taxes1  and   expenses,   the  laird  shall  absolutely revert to  the  Province amd    Crown,    Grants   thereof, shall   le  dectn-ed  ".okl.  ;'���������      :��������� LIST ABOVlv MENTIONED.  *f'vN  v  V/e are making thsm'.oi th  lA  Styles. |  toy������*!  Pattern and Lates<|  >: ������������������4  WE DO ALL KINDS OF FOUNDRY WORK  Our Prices are Reaaona   ble ,   v  SEE OUR    NEW STOVES IN BLAIR  AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.���������  :, and at Ls.dysmith Hardware Company.  K AD YSHITH IRON & STOVE WORKS CO,,: LTD;  f  "ifl  Name of Person  *we you trie  II  NABOB TEA?  st 50c. Ceylon Tea in the  M������r\  .1  v^d-  ^et  .Forbes Annie E.  I Stoneway  IForbes,  James    |Lucky Jack  IForbes,   Robert jVamlerbill  jMiliicr  \Narne of Claim'Des'cripbion of  I      t laim  "WHiLIAMS   BLOCK. ���������   - TELEPHONE  8-7  B.    C  (Minneapolis  iNelson  Paystreak  Nanairiio,  10 Oct.,  1905,  TO POULTRY FARMERS::  lOO-ACREFARMNEAR LADYSM1T|  Fiveacffts cleared amd cuStivated, four roomed hoi|  Piye Poultry Houses, 5oo Laying Hens,  one ... PIou^-j  Lot  72   Tc.vads  I.S.--12 25  I Lot 79 'Tcxada  Is.. 'l2 ������3-0.  Let 7B  Tcxada 'Is. ',13' HO  Lot 77  Tcxada .Is.  il() 50  Lot  71   Tcxada   Is.   10 25  Lot 78  Texatla  Is.) ������ 75  Lot  73  Tcxada .Is.[1-2 75  I Lot 75  Tcxada Is.-LI 75  .lover Cutter, Axes, Hammers, S&ws and Toe:~. or j,  ery description, :two Spray Pumps, ^ao.v,or-tl^  Blasting Powder, Wire Netting six feet higli .-over*^  3 i������3 acres,    a i-2 Tons   Hay, $20 worth   Ncv. ..  ??Ifle, Shot Gun and two good Sail Boats. %  M.   BATE, '      -   .  Soutb Nanaimo Assessment District,   ^atrainio,  B. C.  $450 Cash and $750 on JTlorfgagea  J.STEWART,  P, O. Box 268. Ladysmith Phori


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