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Array legislative;  Ladysmith Daily Ledger  W-.  TOL.2,  FRIDAY, OCT.  20,  1105.  PRICE FIVE  RESTS WITH ENGLAND'S GREATEST  THE WORLD'S BiGGESI IPRESEHTATION TO ROOT.  cents m^im  pRlA  H:  ~^r  The Body   of Sir Henry Irving  was Buried in Westminster Ab-  by this Morning  '> t,  __       .   Y        _ "  ���������   ; The  Funeral ^Procession Passed  Through London Streets  Yesterday  SHINGLE MILL  Will be Erected by the Mc-  Ewan Company on the  W st Coast  ALLAN  p  v  Lowlon,   Oct.  20.���������The remains of which where .the two soir' of tho de-  Sir  lfciny  Trvmg,   the worlds  gieat- ccasod,   and    Walter  Collins  who had  est actor,  were interred in Wcstmin-  been hid     attendant for half a    ������o������-  stcr  Abbey  this  morning, the Dean    tury. ,   .  of Westminster    conductilng the bur-       'I hi- moded, procession was brought  iai    service of  the  Church of   Em-   UP <���������>>'  another.squad  of .mounted  po-  Collins May be Removed to  San Francisco This  lEvening  L  i-  i  .land.    The  interment, of Sir  He. r/  in-the Abbey is the greatest honor  r that     could have been accorded '<lfi>  late actor* after death, for the as'i'cs  of','only England's greatest and most  noble sons arc buried tjherc.  ;    London,   Oct.   19.���������For  hours   today  "a 'constant stream of people III -.1 p_r t  tbe  casket   containing   the  ushes      of  Sir Henry living,  which  rcstvJ, in ll'c  ,'*    dining room  of  Baroness Co .it is vot,i-  1 denco.  -j   ^Surrounding  the ratafalque  was    a  bile  cab approached      at  hijh  spe-d.  wealth  of  floral     tributes,  American  , >��������� and Continental, as  well as others.  ;:.��������� Ambassador      and    Mrs.    V hilchiw-  - "SReid  arc coming     to  London      fi0m  -IjScotland to represent the United Sta-_  Stea ut tho fiine-al  tomorrow  '^ London, Oct.  l���������������The ashes or S  i-Henty Ininj  enclosed in a plain oak-  \c-"en coffin are now lying in  the chapel  ''���������>'jbt St.  Faith,  Westminster  Ah' -ey,    a-  ' waiting tomorrow's    clal orate ceie-  mony of interment in tbe poet's coiner.  .. Theravoval, from the residence of  the Barone-ss Rurdett Goutts, occur-  ed at six o'cloek this evening. The  coffin, was place! in a hource preceded by momtitod polio?,, and followed  ty one carriage, the occupants      of  lice, 'i he in tiro road to the Abbey  was I in-dl wit I* thousands of people  tho men standing bareheaded who  waited in respectful silence until the  heats*- pcsseil, and who joined in tne  procession behiirl the police-. , '. -  On arrival ut the Abbey, the entire  s 'uuro was filled with a hallcsu -multitude. '      .    '  The hearse ,\vns driven into tho  yard wheie it was met by the Dean  of Westmuister and a number of-clergy. The scenic was mpst impressive as  the procession moved and disappeared among the gloomy cloisters.  The silence  was broken only by the  footfalls of tbe clergy, bearers    and  mourners.  The public was -not admitted. As  the procession entered, the great or-  pan softly played the dead march  from  "Saul,"  until  tho chapel of  St..  Faith was reached, and thccofln ��������� had  been placed on a catafalque ,_, when  the music stopped and a 9hortjpray  er was said by- the Dean.  * i  An open grave in Poets' ooinvr a-  waits tomorrow's ceremony. ���������- It is  linekl with heavy blacb clotli which  also carpels   the  floor  for  a  distance  of several yards.  The walls" of the chapel ore Ur^i <sd  with great piles of floral tributes! < ���������  Victoria, Oct. 20.���������-(Special)��������� The  biggest shingle mill in the world is  to bes.tuatcd on the West ('oast of  this* Island. The site chosen in on  "Mosquito Harbor, near  Ciayoquol  The mill, when in full blast, will  turn out 380,000 shingles 0\ery ten  hours. The Company which is to  erect the mill has secured sufficient  lumber to keep the same in operation  for twenty  years.  The main plant will be erected at  the cost of half a million nollais.  The chief promoter  (>f the company  is McEwan, president of similar concerns  in New  York ami Michigan.  -   (        ���������flit is probable, that the warrant for  the,surrender of Geo  Collins wi.l arrive from Ottawa this evening,      in  which case Collins will be  taken   to  San' Francisco tonight.  WILL WAGE WAR  ON   PROFANITY.  Board of Trade Bid Farewell to the Retiring  Secretary  f resent Him With a Case  of Pipes and an Ad'  dress  SHUT OFF  ,.THE,SUPPLY  Nelson, Oct. 19���������Owing to the fire  winch occurred at-the St. Eugene  nunc, Mnyie, some days ago, Manage*  Uionm has notified the Hall Mines  Smelter here, that he will not be in  a position to supply itwilh siivei-icad  ore tor at least a couple oi months  The local smelter has been getting at  least 1,200 ton.s per month, and Manager Campbell stated today that be  only had a fortnight's supply on hartd  and would be obliged to close down  when that was exhausted, until the  St. Eugene was in a position to begin supplying ore again, and he has  so notified the employes. Tbe closedown, however, win be utilized in  introducing new machinery, and generally improving, the smelting faeili  ties of the plant. .'/Meantime, the  stock of the Hall Mining & Smelting  Company continues its upward (light-  in London, cither because of the  known improved condition of the Silver King mine here, owned by the  Company or because of the. proposed  purchase ot the plant by the Aidiklge  syndicate,' in connection with the  Rossland amalgamation.  NEWS BY    ":-  TELEGRAPH  f~i~   t   *���������*������*'���������>      S"fV,T  RUGBY SCORING  EXTRAORDINARY.  Recent advices from England stale  that the visiting New Zealand Rugby team, which has ibecn so.orin-g������omo  phenomenal victories in the old country, created a new record by defeating llai'tfo;:ool' to the tune ' of. tit  points to nothing. This means, that  the visitors got the ball through at  least thirteen times and possibly nineteen-' times. Such a game must have  been ������  most  uninteresting spectacle.  Beilin, Oct. 20.���������Empeior William  had a narrow escape frojm serious  injury this evening  His Majesty was crossing the street  in front of the Cattle when an anto-  tomobiie cab approached at speed  The chauffcaur of the Emperor's car  Saw the cab when it was almost upon him, and turned his machineshatp-  ly. The cabman at [this', moment saw  the danger and also throw on the  brakes with full force.   ;���������:  Nevertheless the two .machines collided  with  considerable  shoo'c.      Em-  Moscow, Idaho, Oct. 20.���������W. R.  Lett, of San Francisco, national sec-  ralary of the anti-Profanity Society  of the World, was i,n Moscow toda*,  muL/is preparing to take up the fight  in this town.  "I shall secure the names   of the  iiwiusleis   in   Moscow,"   said       Mr.  Lett,   "and  will  write tihem  asking  that they preach sermons on the .subject.   I hope jn itfiis way to start the  agitation.  "Wc are meeting with good success  in our work:      I had a lot of hit tie  posters printed,   'no piofanity  allowed on theses-premises,'  and these   I  have- posted in many places.     Some  of   the  largest   merchants   and some  of the best  hotels  in Spokane    have  these  posters.    I have  run  out       of  them     now,  or 1 should have some  put up in Moscow.  ' "One ' of the" strongest points  in  our constitution's that no member  of the society shall converse      wl ith  any one who uses profanity without  calling  his  attention  to  it.   I  have  spoken to about 142 men myself and  they all say wc are right.   Jtis-b |the  other day two men wore sweartin^ on  the  street   in   Spokane   when   ladies'  weie  passing.    I stepped  up to them  and  told them  that  I did  not   want  any  moro  of that  kind  of language  on the street, and Wiey stopped ng'it  away."  The coscy back room of John Stewart's office, which has been tbe scene  of m.uiy an interesting ceremony, Was  filled     with   mcml/ers   of   the  Ladysmith  Hoard of Trade last evening,  who    hud assembled to  bid  farewell  to Mr   Robert Allan,  who leaves in  a week or so for Crotton, and to pre-  sent him  with a case of pipes as   a  token of their appreciation of his services on  the board,  and  their regret  at his departure from Ladysmith.  Mr.  W.   A.   Cornwall,   chairman of  the Board,   who made the presentation,  spoke oi the hard  work oi Mr.  Allan as secretary,  whicQi office   he  has so adequately filled for. .over-two  yeais,  and of the praiseworthy    in-  teicst he had always taken in     the  welfare of the city.   After expressing  on behalf of the board the hope that  Mr   and Mrs, Allan would find their  new home in every way coflueniar'^tto  .theni, Mr. Cornwall handed to     the  ret'iinjr     secretary the present and  the following note: ,   t  Presented to Robt. Allan, Esq.,  secretary, by the Ladysmith Board  oi Trade, on the occasion of his leaving Ladysmith for Crofton, B. C, n  small recoiruiticin of his services as  secirtary   of  the  Board.  Mr. Allan mfade a suitable ra 1  speaking of the pleasure he had foitod  in discharging the duties, of secretary  of the Board, and expressing the  iegret he felt at leaving Ladysmitlh  and, his friends residing here.  '       , o   ATTEMPTED       y  SUICIDE  A ROAD TO THE WHARF  SHOULD BE ARRANGED FOR  Howi This Can Best be Done The Ledger Does  Not Know, but Our Meiv  chants  S ay  They Have Large Consignments  on Their Way  and Ask How They Can Move the Freight  Without a Road  .It seems to be time that some move   be impossible  at  the present crossing 5 lo be landed on the wharf,  and once  is taken     regarding    a roadway   from  tie Dominion  wharf actoss   the C.P.  Ii.    and the     shortiu.e   railway now  making its grade along the side of the  C.'P.    R. tracks  between  the Esplanade and rthc water fio������t.  The whau  was bmit   as an   accommodation    ior  the   'public by the   Dominion Government.     It is' of much convenience to  the'merchants and shipieis genciaiiy  and - there should be sonic \\ ay oi ar  rajnfi.^iig with the colliery company iol  a suitable ��������� crossing      The  Board, oi  Trade   consideied  tins matter.it one  of their late   meetings and decided to  ask- the member    for Newcastle  lbs  (net , Mr. Parker     Wniuims,  to take  it up with the,Provincial Government  and'get  the road  leading  up fiom the  wharf   gazetted   as a piovinciai highway.     So far no news relative to Mi.  Williams'    action has been made public.'j here'  scens to be     no settled  plan as lo how arrangements can bo  made with     tbe Wellington  Com'pany,  for i't is     generally understood,  alth-  to dnve,a loaded team acioss, and as  on the  I  wharf what can be done with  tbe matter now looks there must be a   &u ot'iO"0 tons of hay, grain or pro-  men e or some kind made or the whai f ��������� d"06- with no wagon road over  which  \mii no longer be oj any use except to  fislieimen and a lomantic spot for  people to mow the bay from.  What can be done? It is aiqlicstion  winch perhaps the Board of Trade can  soi\e. sTherrj must be some solution  to the .'difficulty. It would look as  if Mr Williams, if he has, as is gen-  craiu- understood, been asked by the  Boaidcf Trade to make some move,  would, in the interest of the district  loremove H. The Provincial Government has through,' its .-agent done1  i;ood work of late in repairing the  load below the railway crossing and  the wharf, it is now the duty of some  one to find out how a crossing can  b': made acro.ss the Coal Company's  land.and railway tracks. Those interested, and -that. means everybody  n and around Ladysmith, for the  wharf accommodates" ranchers as weir  peculiar    s  oul&idcof the city,  thereiore the city  authoiitics can probably do nothing.  Itjs not   wulnn the\  proviT.ce of the  Dominion Government to build or ar-  lang-c f0r a load.     So the suggestion  to call on Mr. Ralph SmitV the E>6-'  minion   inein1^r,-lo move-ijn .the   matter seems      hardly possible."   lih one  ough no authonties"for the same aic  s>eems to know what the Colliery Com  quoted,     that the C. P. R.  will offer   pany is    willing to do,   and the Prdy-  no objections     to    apioper  crossing   \inei.ii     Go\einmrnt Agent,. Mi   Mar  Certain it is    that  with freight com-  than Bray, although interested in the  ing   in     from the   islands,  from  Nanaimo,  Victoria,  and the  Fraser  nver country to be landed at the     Do- fiom ail  quartets as though Mr Wii-  mimon    wharf, winch    is for-the  nee  hams should  get the  Piovmaai   Gov-  be represents,     assist m clearing up  tbe matter.       It. is perhaps rather a I,"  ^'"'? jp"*"' ������"*" -^."^J"*..'^1  ...        ' ���������,.    '        . | to hear fi.dm ���������thesistnct'sVreprescnt-  ituation     'Ihe ciossing  is1   ,    ':���������.  ,, -     ... ���������~j*r   .--���������-'V"' , \_ : ���������������*  as towiis people,-jjcouid .be^. very..glad  'inVENTY-THKEE   ELK   CAUGHT  ;. I;    ALIVE. ���������   '.:'������������������'.  .;; BtJltei-sfield, Cal., Oct 19.���������As the vc-  'snlt of the second clay's drive ot the  peror William's car fool-, him into the herd Gf wild  elk which for years past  court of the' cattle.    The other mat j1,ajve made  their  feeding  grounds, '-on,  hinc  was  disatded. ;��������� I. the Miiler  apcl   Lux  ranch  at  Button  '       ��������������������������� :   AVillow1, .thirty miles south "of Wis city;  ' COMMITTED   SUICIDE. twenty-three, perfect  specimens     were  Port iStanley,   Oct.   19.-F.   M.  Doh-   captured; with     tho kriat; yesterday,  ,., ���������������������������':'���������������������������        ,     ,'"���������'     ���������  ' " ���������',���������      ���������''a"-'.'���������' land of those twentv lived to-Tjetrans-  akl. an   accountant   of ; 1/ondon,   Ont., I.        .   ,       . , .  ������������������'��������� ferrcd.to   the government reserve    at  Ekateriiioilar,  Russiu.  Oct, 20.���������The  disotxlers here were (encwed last ev-  i.  ening after the funerals of the victims of "TuescljiysC disturbances. The  Cossacks ag-ain fired on the rioters  wounding'  a number   of pillajjcrs.  Iron mines in  British Columfiia are  being sought  by  tbe  American Steel  Corporation, and  Robert Forbes and  J. -I-I. Gran-ins, both of Dub.th, nave  just concluded an inspection trip  of  the  iron  propositions   on  Vancouver  Island,    and on  their'way  oast  win  s.oi   off a:, points  in  the Kootenay  r.'id Boundary districts.  yesterday: afternoon  jumped   oil    the  pier into the harbor and. was drowned. It appears to be a ease of suicide.- : ��������� -;.. :  ARRESTED  FOR  MANSLAUGHTER  Toronto, Oct, 10.���������John Dean \,ho  lra'd charge of a.car which killed Cyrus O'Rockwood on the morning of  Oct. 10 at the corner of Queen and  McCaul Streets, 1ms been committed  for trial on a .charge of manslaurJlter.  Magistrate refused to accept bail.  T. C. Robinfiete counsel lor Dean will  appeal to a higher court.  VANDERBI.LT  AGA1N-  Paris, Oct. '10,���������W. K. Vamlerbilt  presitige won the "Prix, Foret at the  fhaiitilly   races   today.  New York, Oct. 19.���������A sailing vessel in mid-ocean deserted by her crew  but with sails set and procced'mg  with fair .sp.eod toward the shore of  North America, was sighted by the  steamer 'Teutonic which arrived here  today.  The Teutonic's ofiiceis believe that  the vessel is the-bark- Orion, whose.  Crew, according to a wireless message  received from mid-ocean last Tuesday  were rescued from their ship by ; the  steamer   Etururia.  IS   APPOINTED  DIRECTOR.  LiU'rpool, Cc-t. 20.���������llio directors  of the Cunard steamship Company  bine appointed Win. Watson heretofore deputy chairman, to be chairman  in succession to Lord Im-erelide who  died Oct. 8 th,  Sequoia Park.  At least 675. animals are still at  large. The task of transferring the  herd  is  to  be   abandoned  at   present.  Cleveland, Oct. ID.^Juhu J. Kelly,  clerk of Markets in the department of  public service, was arrested this aTci  ���������noon oh ih i ebarge-of embezzlement  of $77,000 of  tho  city's  money.  Bristol, Conn., Oct. 20.���������"Nearly  ������80,000. of the���������' plunder atolen by Fxl.  George Cunlilie from the .Adams'Express Company in Pittsburg was recovered tonight at the home of Cun-  lilTe's brother-in-law, Joseph Doard-  uuui. The money was in a suitcase  sent from Bridgeport to Uourdman,  and hail not. been openod up to the  time that lloarduiun's house was visited,  Bpardman knew nothiutr of the money being in his house.  An oflicer called at the. bouse to-  uio-ht and asked Boardmau if he. had  received any money taken by Cunliffe.  He said he had not, explaining- that  the o.dy th'ng he had from GunlilT*  was a dress suit case. He ottered  to open the case in the presence of  witnesses, and v.dten it was done a  total   o'l   $78,053.55  was   found.  Hoard-man was greatly surprised-at  fhulm-j the money whii-h was taken in  charge by on agent of' the Adams  Express  Co.  Bridgeport Oct. 13--Edward Geo.  Cunlifl'o, the Ad-.im's 0.press employ.se  who disappeared from Pittsburj,- with  $100,000  in  cash,   was  arrested     here  NewWestminster, Oct. 20.���������i'-'I am  dying!" were the startling words  v\hictli William McKay, proprietor of  the British Columbia Monument  Works heard," when"(hc responded,,lo a  knock at the door of his rooms oui  Columbia street just ^befoie ten o'clock last evening.  When ho opened the door ho found  William Bakier, a well known balder  and confectioner, who lives in the  adjoining premises, standing on the  sidewalk with a gash across his  tluoat and bleeding profusely. When  questioned he said he had doyic it  himself, bu< ga\e no reason for the  rash  act.  McKay summoned  assista!nce      at  once,  and surgical aid was .also    secured and the flow of blcod was stopped.   Mr.   Baker  was  later removed'-  to St. Mary's hospital, where it was  found   that" the''.sclf-iniflict'ed.   wound,  thbugth serious,  was not dan-pjorous,  and the patient is resting easily today.     Tiie cause is supposed  to ��������������������������� be  despondency and ill-health,  as he had  been suffering a good deal of-late and  also. intended     entering the hospital  to have an operation performed.  ltive";, Mr.    ,W)ijams>ah<tj.f yhe" has -  not already    takgh steps to-'bririg,'about    some kind /r'of'-^n arrangement.  satisfactory to    all partieSr if-.possible  what does     he   advise under the cir-"  eumstances.'for a much nieeded. wharf  has' oeen-built..   Without a passable  road to it"ifc-,.-js useless. ~ ,How can a  roald-.be. l>est secured?'' " .''-'"':'  ..     .*  ^. ~L_?. ^ , -  ��������� ���������;Since writing" the-above-it is learned that no; answer of" any kind has  been -received to the communications  . addressed1* by. the  secretary  of    the  pioposilion. dc^?s not seem at present ] Board "of. Tiade to Mr. Williams. The  ..i.,.. j.   _���������������-..      . ._-      jt l00^cs,. Board-ofTr?ile last"evening  deeded   '  to, .telephone 'the.' I>anc's  and  Worl s  Depaj'trrieRt. at Victoria" tbis-'-mornin-;' ���������  .        ,       ,   , ..        ...       in1 "-reference 'to the roadway.     This- .,  use o/ all shippers, some arrangements crnnunfc     mteiestcd   m    the matter.   ^s .done" and *a. move  of some Mnia .-  should be undertaken to secure a prop- They should be able to arrange in is-oxpected very soon. The roadway  er crossing. The Colliery company's some way with the Colliery Company. acrofc'sT the E. & N. tracks'js com-  Hne. after ciossing "the E. & JSj . line tov^lhe satisfaction of all'p'arties. ! P'etelv blocked toi^ay. Freight is ex-  opposite and belowtbe Companys of- T.^matter is urgent One firm ^??^^0^������^^  fiee. is several feet lower than is the oirejjhas. a large amount, many tons, * untl-j something is done in the way  E.,& N- or     C. P.R.iinc.     It would  of fieight     which is expcclpd in sooi\ of'providing a ciossing.'"   >..    -  able to oli'ct  FIRE BRIGADE  VS. BOWERY  The meeting of the basketball club  held last evening in the Bowery was  faiiiy well attended, and it was decided to open the present season  with a match between the (ire brigade and a local leaJtn eallcul the  Bowery.  . The secretary of the club is making arrangements with the manager  of the local opera house for the g^me  to. be played in that building a/gain'  this year. In ail probability the  match' referred to above will come of!  on    Wadnesdoy nc^        t.    .*''* ��������� ^-Z  LET I-HM.43jO. BLT  HE   APOLOGIZED.  LORD'S' DAY   ALLIANCE  ������������������-���������'���������������������������- IN VA&COUVER.  A Vancouver despatch, dated yes^  terday saj'.s:   ���������''-.-  At the. aii/nual meeting of tjie Lp-rds  Day Alliance, which was -held last  evening in the First Congregational  Church, the better observance of the  Sabbath was the principal subject  discussed. The meeting was strongly in favor 'o*-'oniploying- every means  to stwp distribution of Sunday papers in   Vancouver.  Rev. J. K. WrHit,  in speaking of  tbe stricter  observance ��������� of  the    Sabbath,  quoted   from   John  Burns,    the  Eii'glish      labor lender,   to   the effect  that  a due   regard   for   the  Sabfcfcth-  tended   to   mental,   physical   commercial,   and,  above all,   to  moral    improvement.  Mr. David Grant referred to the legal-phase of the subject and chv'fcnod  the governing bodies liad manifested  u tendency tp enact and enforce Sabbath observance laws.  The retiring   prcsMcnt,  Mr.  S.   II.  Brown,   gdn'crally  reviewed   the work  for  the past four years,  and stated"  that  there  was  a surplus   of  nearly  $50 on hand.  SEVEN INCURS OF SNOW.  Seven inches of snow fell throughout the eastern pal t of the iState. of  Washington last night. In sections  of the Palouso country one of the  heaviest ruins of the fall fell, completing a total loss of fully 1,000,000  bushels of wheat which was not thresh  ed.    While   there has  1,-cen  a   heavy  ,   , ��������� , .. ��������� ��������� . loss  of  until rested  wheat     the rainR  todav.     lie  marie  a conlession      and . ������ .  i   >���������       mi-       ��������� ���������   4.    ��������� *���������,.., ���������t ������ia^ greatly benefited ia.. J'.iaii <jram,  expressed his willingness  to return at          , ���������������         ...  once to Pittsburg,  RAILWAY   CUSTOMS  AGENT   DISAPPEARS.  Mogtreal,   . Oct. 20���������David llobbs,  who has charge of the custom-house  work for the Canadian Pacific Railway, ..is missing, and in his absence,  from ivis oflice. an investigation is being carried on. regarding lus operations in the Cuctoms. There are allegations of '.manipulation'of invoices by .means of which tiie Customs Department has failed to lcccivq  the rightful amounts of duties-. The  total amount which has ������n ��������� 'ivert.  ed from its proper destination is1  unknown, mid in order to determine  how far the figures go it will -i.c nee  essury to check over the business  done for a period  of  three years.  Checks were  issued  by the railway  company  for. the proper amount     of  duties'on goods   M.ssiug through  the  customs, -but T-Iobbs   managed  to get  the     difference after  his stat-emc-nts-  wen; manipulated.    The customs olli-  r ials decline  to divulge his  methods.  It is said  that Hobbs was interested  in  the stock market  atnd has      been  successful   in-his deals, and   there  is  a story  that he recently drew out live  amount of $.'10,000,   which was   supposed   to   represent  successful   flyers  in the market.    C. Menncr, cashier in  tiie  long-room   of  the   Ciistom-hnusc,  has been suspended as- one result of  (die   matter,   it being   considered that  he had  displayed negligence,   but no  charge  has   been   made  against-him  except   that  of carelessness.    Irobl s  is supposed to have gone to England.  J5    ���������. ���������   m  FRIDAY,  OCT.   20,  M0f,.  liasture and late sugar-best d'eps.  There  was  a rumor  afloat',  in Victoria  to   the effect, that the      most  litely  thing   to happen in connection  with the selection  of a gentleman  to  sdcoeod  Sir Henri  Jolly \n  the gul>-  ernatorial chair wasthe appointment  of Mr.   Justice  Irving   to that high  office.  San Francisco, Cal., Oct. >20���������Smiting Schmidt,  who has for three seasons      been   a star   on   the  Oakland  slab and a favorite with the      fans  wherever he twirled,  was forced    to  suffer' a double   humiliation  at  Oakland today.   After getti ngjbumped by  the Sivrashes     in  the eighth inning,  Schmidt  was  informed by President  Clay Hobacker, of the Oakland Club,  that he was   released.   Tl������ Oakland  magnate handed this  out before the-  whole crowd.     Oakland was leading  2 to 1.. when Vickers started'off ior  Seattle with a drive to centre.   Two  more hits  from the bats of Bennett  and Kane made it a full house. AlonS  came old Ike Walters with a resounding  whack between e'emtre an'cl right  that    kept right  on skimming over  the     grass  and  brought  everybody  home. That' put the seal of defeat on  the Oakland contingent and made the  Siwashes kings for'the-day.  When Schmidt began to get pounded     in the eighth  round  Hobacker,  who  was seated close behind      the  players'- bench, in loud tones informed all nearby.fans that,he was about  to  release  .Schmidt.    When the game  was over     the magnate in unsteady ���������  tones,  informed   t'he pitcher' it    was  good  night   -for him.    He r.a3(l some  strong  language,   and  Mrs.   Schmidt-,  who w-tis stawiii'e; near,  was severely  shf.okcd.    Schmidt  politely informed  Hobacker he    would  have  to apc-.hv-  gize.. aiiid he did so -quickly.   o   HE  IS   LINK  WITH  NELSON'.'  ATSTIRRIISKS"  ADDRESS  The congregation gat,hered in     the  Presbyterian Church last evening listened to  a strong  address  delivered  by Mr.  Rodgcrs.    The subject  of his  address   was   ''Sirs  Pleasure."      He  took for his text Heb.   lltfi ch.  and  24 verse.     He spoke of sin's pleasures  under the following, viz:  1st,  Sin's pleasures  were false because they  could not satisfy       tjhe  ���������soul;  2nd, Pleasures of sin werefalse  because     short-lived;  3rdr Pleasures  of Sin are false because they may be  suddenly      interrupted;   , 4th,      Sins'  pleasures   false  because every  pleasure    apart     from Christ,  God  wi.l  judge.  Meeting  for prayer tonight at 7.30.  service,  8 o'clock.  BEATS HUSBAND'  WITH AN UMBRELLA.  Colfax. Oct. 19���������A fight in which a  .woman beat her husband ovor the  head with an umbrella enlivened the  dullness of main street this afternoon.  J. A. Pierce and his wife have been at  law recently     o\tra division of their  W-. II. Rolling, of South Vancouver/ property. Mrs. Pierce sued for maintenance, and heir husbanid contested  the case- The couple do not live together. Judge Chad wick refused the  petitions for each and ordered their  and    the     proceeds  lo'mccl   the   San   Josef  in   18-12.  -One connecting j  Vancouver,  Oct.   19.  lin'i   with   Lord   Nelson,   the  greatest 'propcrty    sold  of  sailors,     has  been discovered     in' l11aced     in    trusV ^ the two minor  this district by the World in the per-  children���������little     girls���������who    live with  son  of Mr.   W. 11.    Rolling,  of     the   their mother.  River Roan, on the NVirth Arm, South      After )caVing th��������� courtroom Pierce  Vancouver,  who.  in  May,  1842,   when! ~,      ���������   .        ,,.-,''  . . .    ,  '       v, ,,    ���������    and Bert     Hereford, who had been a  lb  vcars of age. joined the o.U three-,  decker   San   Josef  at  DeVonport,   on . witness in the    case and whose claim  the  southwest  coast   of  England.  Six ���������!'���������'������gainst the     estate had just been al-  ty-five years  before lie set f:bt on-her ' Iowe(1 by the court; engaged ln a light  ed man io:ne*l the San Josef and for-   on M,ain stvect.    Hereford  and Pierce  tv-five vc.irs licfore heset foot   on her , ,. ���������      rr. -u      in  ��������� .        .,    0      .    ,   ,     were struggling ami cuffing when Mrs.  she was taken  Ironi  the Spaniards by i ���������       &������->    & o  t'ommo.-lore  Nelson,   as he then  was, ;Picrcc took a   hand in the affray and  at   the battle  of     Caiue St. Vincent,   began   pouiiding  her   husband on   the  when ���������������? Snnnish battleships were com (head with   an   umbrella.    Pierce's face  plctr-ly cicfcat-cd by  an  EnglisQi fleet    was badly    scratched and bruised beef  half the size under command     of   fore   ihcy    were separated. After  ^': -  I (dm Jem's.    For manv \-c������rs the ..      .       ,    .     , r , .,    .,  T     . ���������   ,     a     ,.   '   .      ,,      poundmg her husband for awhile Mrs  Josei   was   the   flagship  ot      the ������  San  Davenport station, but has long been  broken   up.  Pierce     fainted,  made.  arrests were  ; / DAILY LEDGER  ������iSadw������St  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.  FRIDAY,  OCT.  20,   1405.  SECURE  A ROAD.  Tn   an article  on another   page       a  condition     not  pleasant to our  consignors  and  consignees   is   discussed  A  wharf bm'.t by  tbe  Dominion  government and  winch, since it has been  completed and at 'the free service of  the public, lias proved a s great   convenience, now bas   no. lawful,  or     in  fact,   any  other  kind  or a road leading down to it. It is readily recognized  by ah   that  the Wellington  Collier  Company     'owning,   as  they do,   the  'and  down  to  the  water  front,    atnd  requiring  it to complete their lme  of  road 'to their bunkers.  ha\e built,   or  arc     building "across   the  heretofore  road  to the wharf,  winch has so  far  been  used  without  hindrance  by  the  coai   compary.  Now  that their new line crosses on  a lower  grade  it   is impossible,   even  if the company arc willing,  to use the  road   as heretofore.    It does  not seem  that   anyone   has ' as yet -undertaken  to see what can be done, except that  the  Board  of Trade, has,  it is understood,   asked   Mr.     Parker  Williams,  M.P.P.,  to take some action in     the  matter    'Ibis  was,   perhaps,  a couple  of weel-s smce,  and  so far  as  we are  a wait1,  no answer to  the lequest has  as yet     been received.    Perhaps   Mr.  Williams is moving   in  the matter,    li  not,  it )oo! s  as though he should,  as  he is   the otticiai   representative  of the  di&Uicl,   and   many   of  his   constituents win be affected if no roadway is  secured.  It may/ and     we trust win be,  an  easy matter     to arrange     with the  Colliery Company, but some one must  take the initiative     and who if    not  the chosen   representative of the  district.   The- case- is quite urgent,   for  . within a few   days a large amount  of  freight   win, it  is expected, be landed  on   the wharf     If no roadway is provided, and     at present there" is, none,  how can this freight be moved?  A C  P'.  R. olliciai in   speaking of the matter a    short time    since stated  that  while he cotud not say what his com-  pnn\   would  do, he did not think  they  would   oli'ei   any  objection  to a roadway ciossing their lines at any  place  that would     best accommodate those  who wished to use the wharf.  It is lo be hoped that Mr Williams  win be able lo straighten the matter-  out at an early date, and that some  amicable artangements maybe made,  as the early constltictiofn of a crossing  'to the roadway leading to the wharf  is of more lhan a UlUc importance to  Ladysmith', the Islands, and the  country surrounding the city.   o   Fresh Conquests |  With each and every consignment of goods  that arrives we are beating the old prices in  every line.   We buy as no other house on the  coast buys, direct from the manufacturers.  Our prices will indicate this,  RA.TKS $2.00 PER DAY  ROOMS  BAR SUPPLIED WITH BE5!  WINf-.S, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  A. J. McMURTRlE, Proprietor  Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway  _p,Z\:~~-~��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������<��������� ������������������������������������������  ! STEAMSHIP   SCHEDULE   BETWEEN  LADYSMITH,   NANAIMO   ���������  VANCOUVER.  (Effective'Sept. 30th)  -   S. S. JOAN. '���������        n  &  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  WHITE WOOL BLANKETS, $2.95 Pair  24 Pieces of Nice, Soft, White WOOL BL'AMKETS, Large 10x4  size.    You'll  pay  $3.50  for   tins line anywhere.  Our Price, pr. $3.95  D  JOHN GOGO.PROP.  LADIES' CLOTH, $i.25 YARD  and  Silk  Fin/shod  Ladies'   Cloth  in beautiful   shades of Navy  I'.rown    50 inches wide���������one of  the finest   suiting cloths.  Per Yard $1.25  Dressmaking <" lhc Pr(;mises-  NECK RIBBON, 25c!  '10���������Pieces iPlain TAFFETA   NECK RIBBONS and Fancy stripe*  IN  ALL  the Now and  Staple colors. A   Beauty ,1  Per Ya d, 25c.  LADIEb' WOOL VESTS, 25c.  The Greatest value in  Ladies'  ahd      Children's UNDERWEAR- -  ��������� We've,ever shown.   See our   gray wool vest and drawers. Heavy  Winter   weight  inside Fleece. ' ���������    .  Special per Garment, >5c.  CHILDRENS' SAILOR DRESSES  AND CHILDRENS' COATS  Two cases of these Popula  r  Goods Popular  because of     the : ���������  price���������Popular because of    the High Quality and Style.  Childrens'   SAILOR   SLUT S and      DHESSES in Blue and Rod'  Serg/2���������also  f.yucy  materials���������-Clwldrens'  Coats made of cloth,-i  Bear-skin. Velvet and other    materials      from "',!x'l'  Each $i������o  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked  The New Western Hotel  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board.  Our Bar is newly fittedup and well supplied anrl is in charge or  JOS. PELLIGRINELLI  This Hotel has   been completely  renovated:  Board and lodging $1.00 per day.  Sails from Nanaimo for Ladysmith Fridays   5.30  p.m.  Sails  from Ladysmith  for Nanaimo Saturdays   0.00 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 Saturday"   =������������������ 5.30 i>   m.  FARES  BETWEEN LADYSMITH   AND VANCOUVER, one way, $2.50  ' Return,   $3.75.  FARES'" BETWEEN   LADYSMITH   AND .NANAiIMO,   one way  50 cents,  ������������������  I    .  i Return,  75 cents.  '" \      ...-.,,. . .  I     - ,'i GEO. L. COURTNEY.  88 Govt. Street, Victoria B.C. Dist. Freight &. Pass. Agt  The Comtortable I ay  EvarthjngThat's Gsoin] Travel is  Yours if You Use the  Bar Supplied with the Best  Liquors and Cigars.  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-  Ladysmith B.C.  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor. Government     and  Yates Ste.,  Victoria, B. C-     ���������  READY TO WEAR HAT, $i.oo  A'good   selection   in  tbe Season's  LATEST ready-to-wear Hate"'  $2.50 value for   v.  "' '      T"..,.i  . '. EacH$M0&  RESTAURANT  Cor. 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at. any hour  Meals 35c. and Upward  3  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  )  One of which.fs th-s famous "North  Coast Limited,"  Tickets on sale to all Eastern   and  Southern points at lowest rates.  ^������ LADIES' COATS and SUITS  Our stock of SUITS,  COA TS  and   SEPARATE  SKIRTS     isu..  very natty and much above   Ho ordinary LADIES  COATS "��������� >"*  From Each $2.50  >,-������,  D Spencer,  Nanaimo,  ^ost his -roiv  Tokio Oct. 19.-Piemicr Katsura.  who assumed the duties oi foreign  minister when Baron Ko.uura. the  foreinn minister went to Amcnca a-  n peace pbuipoti-ntiary, ha-; beta ic  -���������������������������ded of M������ dut.es as nnn.sto, of  fon-i_n affairs.  Dr.R.B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  High St. Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  GEO,   YUEN  Merchant Tailor  Ladysmith ^        W*        B.   C  HARTLEY   GISBORNE  Member  Can.   Society   of   Civil Engineers  Member Institution of Electrical Engineers,* England  Member  Ititernatioual Electrical Congress fat St. Louis, 1904  ���������Electrical Engineer���������  P. O. BOX 357,     :    I   i    , :  I,  1  ,  I '  I  j,;.  I j fl   I I   LADYSMITH, B. C.  .Best accommodation for  transient  \nd permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  aMy furnished and the bar is up-to-  dHe. Rates $1.00 a day and up-  w vrds.  ,   WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  B������������la������a������e :-: :-\-'- ** ^7������ni*  THE JONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Good Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Hall Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-  ��������� Ladysmith.  "GALEDOhlAN"  Leads Them    AH  IN QUALITY  RP.RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :���������::���������::-: .���������: :-B.C.  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Rates ?1.25 and$1.50���������  Free bus to all steamboat landing and  railway depots.   Electric careWery fivt  minutes to all parts of  the city.   Bat  and table.unexcelled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER B, C.  Under New Managment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B.C.  McKinnell &Woobank  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First ClaM.  Commercial Mens' headquarters.  1   Fire Proof    Building.  2 Nights to St. Paul  3H ightt to Chicago  V4t mehtsto Mew York  Across the Mountains in Daylight.  Up-to -Date Palace and Tourist Cars  Trains, Meals a la Carte. ^  Through Dining Cars on AH Overland  Up-to-date     Pullman   and     Tourist  sleepers      on  all trains: Dining  Car  service  Unsurpassed.  CHEAP ROUND TRIP* RATE     TO  LOS ANGELES,  CAL., OCT.  20-21.  Steamship tickets  on sale to     and  from an  European  points.  Cabin accommodation  reserved  by  wire.  For further particulars call or  write the office. Phone Main 456.  A. D" CARLTON, . C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A..   N.P., General Agent  Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.O  For fun particulars Call or address,  S. G. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  G.WiP.A., 71 Government st  Seattle, Wash, Victoria, B.C.  HENRY'S NURSERIES  NEW CROP-  HomeGrown & -Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD    and FLOWER  SEEDS,  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  I .HODODENDRONS, ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less. ��������� Catalogue free.  8010 Wes tininBter Road. Vancouver.  HOTEL LELAND  (T. J. Vvellman, 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���������41 '       -"    ?    ������������������"  .K^&K&Pi&K&H^*^^'^  Have    been pronounced  by experts  BLST FOR THE WEST  They arc made by men who  know     Western conditions  and     requirements from ���������experience. Though  durability  is   their     loni;     suit, many  lines conform to all the requirements  of general dress-  Leckie Specialties  for    Loggers,  "Miners,  Prospectors.      Hoys and Youths  are    as near   indestructible  as     footwear can be made.  In buying boots for service  insist on get ting  LECKIE   BOOTS  -fl...  LTD  TH6CITY  R. Williamson|Prop  fst. Avenue Ladysmith BC.  I  THE TYEE COPPER GO;, Ltd;  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH, B. G.  Coravcnient to E. & N.^Ry. or the Sea  WM. MUNSIE, President J. W.   COBURN, Man.  Director  Telephone������46.  The   Ladysnith   Lumber Co   Ltd/  MILLS   AT  FIDDICK    AND  LADY SMITH-Shingles  a  Specialty.  ���������Mauufactuiera     of���������  Rough and Tressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, M  -tidings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln  Dried  Flooring     and  Finishing    Lamaer  in    Stock  1  j CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  J ~ General Manager.  W. J. WATSON,  _  Smelter ManageE  Are You  Going East  Then he sure your tickets read   via  the  NOTICE  Persons found using our , Patent  Bottle or Stoppers alter this notice,  will be prosecuted.  RUMMINO BROS.  Pioneer Soda iWatM Works.  Y' . Ladysmith, B.C.  DAY SCHOOL.  T'l i  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 FASTEST1 TIME.  Usual Bubieota; taught;  also      Ian-I BETWEEN  guages,' drawing in pencil and cray-  mjnneapWs;'-ST."PAUlV CH*^  ons-paintng in oils .and���������water col-   CAGO>   0MAHA>    KANSAS CITY,  ors; pianoforte and vocal lessons giv-  ^ ALL pomTS EAgT#  For complete information ask your  local agent or write, \  F. W. PARKER  General  Agent,  m 2nd Ave., Seattle..  en in classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM,  Ladysmith, B. C       -  WfAIMUFACTURERS OF  LECKIE BOOTS  VANCOUVER, B. C  c^MONEY TALKS--  V   Our dash Prices Oannof Be Beaten������������������  AS  LOUD  TO  US   AS   ANYONE. /  IF  YOU ARE PAYING CASH FOR YOUR  MEAT  YOUR   DOLLARS   W  ILL   GO   FURTHER   IF  YOU   BUY FROM  US  PAN NELL  &    PLASKET7  fc'i^'4^'fefi''i^"'fc5r#S"'fe *  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 Manager'  BANK MONEY ORDERS  I8SUED 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  nadaof a Chartered Barih  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking poinLs  li the United States*  HEGOTIABLE AT A  FIXKD  RATE A  THE CANADTAN BANK OF COMMERC- , LONDON, ENG.  They forni an excellent method of remittin   small sums of uiuusjr  with safety and at small  :ost.  IfiTyoulikc-T-* -i ���������  ..A'.'.smooth,- easy shave, an even,  well-finished . beard trim, a good  bath, or a stylish Hair-cut.  You will go to  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PAH10RS  HIGH STREET.  LADYiSiVlITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  WASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATL1  BAKED AND FRESH.  Coifectionary of all kinds.  Order* taken for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  -:o.  T-ADYFIHTH BRANCH  fei  Mt A, CORNWALL. Manajpr  Mannfacturers of the Famous  CUB^N BllOSSOil   ������������������  None bvi  Uoien I,aDor   Employed  H J. BOOTH, Prop  ...Dea ers In  Pianos and  Organs  Ladysr; i:h, B.C  Dr.  Dier can be foiiH;!  .it any time  at bis office on High sln-ct. His dental work. is guarantee:! to be first-  class and rates reasonable st.  sssssss^si  ^  .     k DAILY LEDGER  ���������>+4"H"H>>M*  v  Union  rowin*  anaimo!:b.ic.  Co  ���������I-  ���������  i  nutuciur-r** orpine  W3CSB(>'  f  "KIPLING'S" IMPERIALISM.  -In (British Columbia  Lager Beer and Porte;* Guaranteed  Brewed  from the   Best Canadian Malt Run   Hops  ���������   *  4": .4  ^rasaaanwaa^^a^  SHOP BY MAIL  IT SAVES TlflE���������SAVES  MONEY���������SECURES  SATISFACTION���������JUS T OET OUR  CATALOGUE   of MODERN.   ,   , :  HOUSE FURNISHINGS  i  and if you arc not already shopping by Mail, your regret will  be that you have not done so. We have improved, tbe service  and-ureoxtending.it in so. many ways that we are now >proud ,r,  of our success, and enjoy' talking about it." A few'days since  wTe spo'"e of some handsome New Kerb Suites just in, along  with that coi.s |f.;nire'it  were  a number'of --.--, "���������.;-.  BED^COM    FENCER3-  r  in several  designs and in   three sizes, 3fi"  42"  48"    '  Steel   rail,   $L7f������,   $2.25,   $3.00;  Brass rail, $4.00,  $4.50,-$5.00.  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short   notice.   Drill'Sharpened' by- w������  ways gives satisfaction. Picks band! ed and repaired.  Shipsmittiing    in aJ*     its   B.-ii'ii  s  fiorseshoers'and Genera! Blacksmiths.  R. LAWSON/  Buller Street   -    -   -    -   Ladysmkh, b C  Ru<lyard Kipling has1 expressed his  views on British imperialism and  lli3 relations of Great Brita'm to  France and Germany in a'n interview  recorded by M. Jules Iluret in the  Paris Figaro.  Imperialism,  said  Mr. "tig,    is  nothing     else     than tho realization  that, thanks,to railways, steamboats  and the telegraph,  tho distance from  the, metropolis  to the colonies,   ami  from one colony to  smother,   has become very much less than in former  times.   From this very simple discovery  the idea has been formed  that it  would:be possible for all parts of the  empire   to  come  to  an   arrangement  to exchange their products and      to  sustain and defend themselves    with  more, ease and efficacy than hitherto.  That is all.' What dajiger is t|ierc in  that? '  Replying to the objection that imperialism had another meaning, Mr.  Kipling said'   You may say, '.'f   you  like,  that the  word  is  badly chosen-,  mid   that it is another proof of   English-    awkwardness  which so  often  gives to exact ideas a name which  is  not    most  suitable.. -Imperialism   is  npt a gospel  of conquest.    It is     k.,ji  reality  the  administrative' organisation! of the colonies. The new      idea  consists in  replacing the  prehistoric  usages of the colonial office with     a  system'-'which would .put the colonies  in constant,  almost daily,  relations  with  the"central   government.   That  has not' connection with the Caesarian centralizatricn  from which the cen'  tie   ', of Europe suffers.   The British  Colonies-    ar.3   to   a degree centres,  communities  of citizens  equal  among  themselves���������I     will   say even  more  than- equal.  Imperialism     is a doctrine of coiv-  servation.       It  is -necessary  for  the  Anglo-Saxon     to keep what he has,  to defend it against the cupidity     of  the greedy who have not yet understood, the-principle of liberty.  Ana there not,  asked Mr.  Kipling,  only two great European powers really free,  France  and  England?  Well,  when'people have similar  ideas they  are very near becoming friends..  Tho  two countries have grown side     by  side,  like two trees  which have miu-  tmailly pushed up towards tlieflii||xL  And what gives me confidence irn  tit  efficacy     of the entente ,,-.s that      it  does not     depend  ut all  on {govern-  inent;     it has come from the people  themselves, at least, such "is the case  as regards the English.  Mr. Kipling, while admitting Ijiat  the reapprochanient of tihe -two most  ancient historical enemies in -Europe  might have been partly brougjht  about by the menacing Caesarism  which     reigned in    Central Europe,  said the English people did not want  war.   lie lived amongst the wor _c ���������  ami the agricultural classes,  and  he  '  knew that th-ey wcrcoi>pcscd to war.  As an  old  colonial   who  spent  much  of his time at the Cape, he said tit    ]  were  not  afraid  of German competition,   and   America  would  for   a hi  time' yet  consume the greuter    part,  or" its own pioducts. ���������  SIX   BELOW   AT  DAWSON".  Yukon   River Js Running Full  of   lea.  Dawson, Oct. 19���������Tfie weather is in-  civasin,' in coldness. It was six ;>":-'  low zero h'TC this moiti' ' ��������� m 3i>;  o'clock. Considerable k-e is running  in bl;/2 Yukon river the WffTle Pass  s.ta^e company is making ali'orts to  qet  ready  to   travel  SYNOPSIS OP 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  ^20 acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the  rate ol ten cents per ton of 2,000i  pounds shall < be collected on the  gross  output.  Quartz���������A free miner's certificate is  granted upon payment in advance of  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company, according to capital.  A free m'ner, having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500 x 1,500 feet. The fee for recording a claim is  $5.00  At least $100 must be expended on  tbe 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  $1 an acre.  The patent provides for the payment of a royalty of 2J per cent on  the sales.  E'LACER mining claims generally  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5, renewable yeaily.  A free mmer may obtain two leases  to  dredge  for gold of  five miles  each for a term of twenty years, renewable at the descretioa of the Minister of the Interior.  The  lessee shall have a dredge    in  operation. within one season from the  ���������late of the lease for eachiTive miles  Rental, $10 per annum for each mib  of river teased.   Royalty at the rate  of 2A -per cent collected on the "output after it exceeds $10,000. -    -  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the In-  "erior. '  ^  LA D7SMITH TRANSFER CO.  PIANOS,  ORGANS AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURF MOVED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.   *_-   Stables in the rear of the Lad ysmith hotel.  Abbots  ford.  Leave orders at   the  WILLIAMS AND   V \ 3 I C T  a   ������  - ���������* *  ���������-..:������������������ '-#���������  *  a  *  *PHONE 66  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK  A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  LADYSMITH .  #  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  BUGGIES FOR HIRE ���������:���������:  :���������: See J. KEMP, or, leave orders vith  BLAIR&  ADAM  FIRST AVENUE  'PHONE 2-4.  W.  SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY DO*��������� S.  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  M.R, SIMPSON  Solicitor, Etc.  Kootenay  Steel  Range  STRONG   GRATES  Just one turn is  necessary to operate  the Kootenay grates, and they are made in such a  way that live coals are never dumped into the  ashpan.  This makes the Kootenay Range much easier to  operate and more economical on fuel than the  ordinary cheap range fitted with common grates.  ---  The Kootenay is equipped with many other  exclusive and special features, which should be  examined before buying any other range.  Sold  by all  enterprising dealers.   Write for  . booklet.  WCLary's  London,       Toronto,        Montreal,        Winnipeg,  St. John, N.B.  Vancouver  Ladysmith Hardware Co  st Avenue  to   Loan  -      LADYSM  i  Public   Notice  Attention is called to the    fact that the  Ogilvie   Flour flills 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 a dvising the public that any unauthorized users of the electrical flour purifying processes will be prosecuted.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company limited  retb.)     ail7     u:.IIjmIt,   3 1 1111 vims       Flour  is purified by the    electric process  \  At  It Pays to Buy  - Extra Special Sale -  - This Pay Day-  All the Styles are here for Men, Women and Children,? the  ZZZl ,      Prices are Very Low ���������  New Fail Coats and Jacket  LATEST Models and  Styles.  Womens'  Coats,  37 in.  long,  black, heavy   clMh,  made  with  trimmed   black  body and sleeves  lined  with satin.  ONLY    $11.85  Mfsses Cloth Coats  The  latest  Stvles,   Regular,   $7.50,  PAY  DAY   BARGAIN  $5.95  Separate Skirts  Prom $2.95 up to $10.00.  We are selling twice as many separate     skirts  as we ever sold before.  Simply     on account of our modest  Prices.  THREE ONLY WOMEN'S GREY  Walking Suits  Regular    $10.00  PAY   DAY   BARGAINS    .,      $3-95  THREE ONLY���������Womens' Black Ladies'  Cloth,  -REGULAR    .'    $13-00  PAY  DAY BARGAIN     $6.95  One Only���������Womens' Light Blue, nicely trimmed  with short Jacket  'REGULAR  ������2.  PAY DAY BARGAIN    $9 50  One Only���������Nice Grey Suit, long coat,  lined     with  Blus Silk.    Gold  Braid  Trimming.  REGULAR    ���������    $22.00  PAY DAY  BARGAIN     $9,95  Ribbon Remnants  We've been gathering our Ribbon  Remnants;  pieces  from one yard to  three yards long, of as Dainty Ribr  bon as you would like to see.  These Remnants of ribbons -will  present some Rare Chances to Early  Shoppers.  ALL    REMNANTS    AT HALF-  PRICES FOR PAY DAY.  New Wrist   Bags and  Purses  Just arrived bv ^Express.  Specials     in New Styles of Wrist  Bags and  Purses.  Prices 25c. to $4.00  Mil ��������� - ' ���������  ' '       ' ���������^-m���������m���������mm I I ��������� ��������������������������� t  Hand j Knitted  OPERA SHAWLS, J3ABIES' CAPS,  BONNETS,   BOOTIES  and  JACKETS.  Thirty-five per cent Discount    from ,  Regular prices.  Japanese Silk Waists  $3.50 Japanese silk  waists for 52.95.  Japanese Silk Waists, made      with  rows of insertion down the front and  on the Cellar Band,  and cuffs.   Colors, White, Blue and Cream.      Has   ���������  been one of our Best sellers at $3.50  PAY DAY BARGAIN  $2.95  SALE      OF     WOMENS'  WARMER  UNDERWEAR.  PRICES   50c,  75c , $1.00   $1.25.  Hens $3.50   Boots  $2.50  MENS'   SPECIAL  for Pay  Day.  Box Calf, leather lined, good weight  of soles,  and double-shanks.    Special  value at  $3.50,  regular  price.       All  Sizes, C to 10  PAY  DAY  BARGAIN     $2.50  Ladies' Golfs and Childrens' Bear Skin Coats  ��������� GOLFS,'all Colors and Styles, from  $1.50  to $4.50.  BEAR     SKL'iN COATS���������The newest  Styles, nicely trimmed.  Prices from $2.25 to $4,50    __i  Womens' Fine Lace Bo ts  AT. $1.50 a PAIR.  WOMENS'     FINE  D.ONGOLA-Box  Calf, Lace Boots, with either medium  or Heavy Weight, for  FALL  AND WINTER   WEAR  All  sizes,  REGULAR    $2.00 and $2.25  Pay-week  $i.50  , V- -  BOY'S   AND  GTRLS'   SCHOOL  BOOTS  ON  SALE FOR PAY-DAY.  GOOd, Sensible,  Old  Country make,   that   will   give   LASTING   WEAR,  and  SATISFACTION.  Si^es from S lo 10.  REGULAR        $1.50  PAY  DAY  BARGAIN          $1.10  !$���������  High St.,  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO.  686,  F.  0. E.     :���������:       :���������:        :-:       :���������j  Meets In the Opera Home 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30  p.m.   Worthy  President   B.  Forcimmer;      Worthy  Secretary, C-. H. Rummings.  "    NOTICE.   ,  From this date the undersigned  will not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on a  written orQer signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V.  I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1905.  PAINTING,        PAPEKtlANGlNO  15TC.  I  Work done properly and at    rL,v  prices.     Shop  and  residence  in   rp������  of Ladysmith Hotel.  J.  E.  SMITH.  Prr.  BOOTS AND SHOES  AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and making to  order   ���������  speciality.  THOflAS   MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  Ladysmith  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby, given that the undersigned wifl apply at the next regular sitting of the Licensing Beard  for the transfer of the retail liquor  license held by him for the Portland  Hotel, located on lot 5, block 2,1st  Avenue, City of LadyBmith, ta John  Gogo. ANGELO   TATE.  ���������o���������  Russell  Simpson,  Salicitor far applicant.  Ladysmith, B. C, Octab������������������r 4, 1905. THE  Mil?  tttMSft  ><?  __________  "grfrttwi���������=rmfr-'  LOCAL HEM  FOR   SALE  Fifty acres, eight feacea, isierevsd.  fifteen slashed, small house and ������arn,  cow, chick*ns, two *onc hay. Three  iuiice" from Dunoaas. $901 cash, apply M. P. DOUG AN. Cesbie Mill.  PHOTOS���������Fricke & Schenck have reopened their Ladysmith branch      at  the     old    stand.    For the next ten  days photogiaphs from J2.5U per dozen up.   Come today.  Best tobacco,  fruit aid candies at  Carter's, First Avt^us.  ���������o���������  W. Bcvcridge and E. Rowland went  fj011 11ns morning.  Mr.  E.  Budden,  of, the Colonist office,   is in the city on a business trip.  Mr. tlustico Martin and Mr. W. C.  Moresby passed through on the morning tram to Victoria.  Amid     showers of nee cast by   his  boarded the morning trobi for Victoria. The ncc and good wishes,and  Ihe blush on Stanley's face lead one  1o believe that remorseless Cupid has  again been at work.  Smoke Big B  Cigar.  It  is curious how well  posted     on  weddings  the small  boy is.   Mr. airl  Mrs.   Collinscn  were eniertuincH very  iaorously  by  them  with   their musical  instruments last even ins;.       The  music did not last very long,     and  the natural  supposition  is  that   the  kids siient an hour or two eating peanuts and jririnking sodas over the pot-'  latch given out. G  Mr.  ami  Mrs.  Collinson orrived  in  the city  yesterday  from   their  wedding, trip," and   will  hereafter,reside  in the Jiouse owned  and  just vacated  bv  Mr.  and  Mrs.  W.   J.   Watson. It  'is a plcas.mt   place,   very neat     afrwl  comfortable,      and    Mr.   Cob'nson's  manv  fiiends here  wish  himself and  his bride many happy, and  prosperous  years.  ��������� John BicUe desires us to state  -that whenever the proper parties  acting for the Dominiqn government  come along to locate our new customs house; and posit-Hilffice whic|ii\ar^  promised, he will donate to the government a lot on First avenue for  such Dominion use.  G.   E. Benedict,  Vancouver.  The Evangelistic sar vices in       tijs3  Presbyterian    church are  being well  attended    every   c\enine,   and   those  who  put  in  an appearance are  well  rewarded bv bearing eloquent addresses  by  11 v" Rev.   Rodgcrs.    A I.  each  ���������service  Mr    Rodgcrs  renders  a -Volo.  lie has a spiciuiid   voice, and his  sacred songs are well  worth going   to  'heal--    The services this veiling- commence at   eight  o'clock,  ry     fo'ind no     bin and the sitting is  You'are invited lo inspect the bargains in dry goods, boots and sh������ frs,  now 'being offered at Simon Loiser A  Co., Ltd.  Use Porter's Antiseptic Healing  Oil. freely guarante-jd, for sale only  at the Drug Store.  THE CITY BAKERY  THE   BHST,   AND  NOTHiXG   BUT     THE  BHfiT  X BREAO ��������� CAKES _��������� COOKIES ��������� and ���������.PIES X  A ��������������������������� assartmeat of FRESH C ONFBGTI9NMIY  1ST AVE.  A. LUCAS  PAINTING  AND  FAPERHANG1NG  Neatly and Artistically Done  Orders Promptly] Executed  S. ROEDDING   -  * * "  -   LADYSMITH  WANTED���������A good general servant.  Apply W., Ledger OiTicc. <  iMiss B. Clav returned from Victoria  on .the noon train.   o   Mrs.     Wilson,   of  Banff,  who  has  i/een visiting her sister, Mrs. R. Gear  of this city, , left for her home      at  noon today.  _ o   The charge brought i>y the city  against A. L. Haskins, the hearing  oi which was postponed last Kriday,  will be heard by Justices of the  Peace Mathcson and Allan in the  citv  bali  at seven  o'clock  this  even-  Most pcoile wear out the centre of  the ��������� sole of a shoe first, and shoos  that  otherwise ate good.    This       is  causal ���������   largely   by the edge of the  soles turning up,   thereby causing tfae  weight of     the body to rest on the  centre     of  the foot.    Mr.   Eli Rowlands has perfected a pl^n for stilien-  ing the sole     so that this does- not  occur.    It  consist-; of  ingeniously i-  troducing a thin   piece of steel   plate  cross-wise  of  the  ' ole,  so that  it is  held      in  aflat  i-sitic-n  and   brings  equal weight across the sole.      Tli3j .rom ]ocj.: jaw  d1 in ��������� as 1 cine worKed out by     him I     .     ��������� ...  seems good arid  may load to a useful   oning. due to a cut  received m  and  valuable  patent.  "SAILS   AROUND THE WOULD.  French Bark  Has  a     L.0113 Trip  an'l  Makes a  Kccoccl.  Smolie Big  B  Cigar.  Good Cook Stove  One No. 8 Cook Stove with  Reservoir $6.50  Heating Stoves for  wood and  coal both.  Also the Ladysmith make  in slock  C  PETERSON'S Store  Cor. 5th. and Roberts S  Port- Annelos, Oct. 19.���������rlnvinr sail,  ed entirely around the globe and half  way back in ballast and F-eeing  the French barque General Dc-  Sonie.' Capt. M. Remit, arrived here  yesterday from JTobart, Tasmania, for  orders. The trip around the globe  is said in shipping circles to be n record for one sailing craft, the General Dc Sonis having made it in svv-  onty-nino  sailing   days.  The bails left-San Francisco, February IS last, with ballast token on  their, foi New Cnst'.e, New South  Wides. for cargo, but. lindino- the go-  inn- rates too lo\v,0 her owners ordered her to Cape Town, Africa, for orders. The De Sonis left New Castle  Slay 17, making- Capo Town in forty-  seven flays.     From  there she was     a-  ' gain ordered back to Ho' k.rt for or-  do:S   by   way  of   Cape   Horn,   arriving  : at IloVart in seventy-nine Sailing  dajs from 'the time of leaving New  Castle, and thus circumnavigating the  glo' e in  that  time.  i     From  Hobart  Capt.   ITeinit   was    or-  i der-fl to proceed lo I'ugct Sound to  load wheat for Liverpool, unci, clearing   for  Port Angeles,   avr'.vpd   here  in  ��������� .-e -inty-one dn\s, with the ! allast  ta' on aboard at San Francisco last.  Fcbiunry and thus connfli'tina. a  lieutln.r-uhout-the-world trip that is a  lecord in more ways than one. Capt.  lb unit reports all well aboard, and  no unusual incidents on his long   trip.  AT THE ABBOTRFORD.  \V.   A.  Johnson, Vancouver.  Chas. M.  James, Vancouver.  David Wilson,  Victoi ia.  If.  Chad wick, Nanaimo.  ~E. Budden, Victoria.  * * * x * * * * * m ������  SPORTS  X   *   *   *   Wr*-*r*-*r*-*  .- FOOTBALL���������  Forty-five deaths and hundreds . of  serious  in.'.urics is the record of American     .football   for    the  last  five  years, according to afanvass-by iho  New York Herald.   In almost every  instance   the death of injury  was the  directly  to tbe     heavy  mass  plajs  against  which the "Herald says President Roosevelt and the country at  large  are  protesting  so  vigorously.  Sixteen  died  as a result of   internal  injuries,  four from broken necks,  six  from concussion of the brain, eight  from broken backs,  three from paralysis,  two from heart failure,     one  one from  blood pois-  a  game;   one from  hemorrjhages '   and  two from meningitis,  induced by spinal  iniuries suffered  in play.  Tiie injuries included ten legs and  11 collar  bones broken aiid four skulls fractured.  In     English and  Canadian  Rugby  there have been no deaths and only  a few accidents which were not serious.   There is n,o doubt but that the  British  and     Canadian games      are  much superior to the American style.  fXTBA  T  An extra pair of trousers will double the  lite of a boys' sujt.  Boys who are boys are  always long on coats  andshort on trousers.  With several of our  best style boys' sirts  we have  EXTRA PANTS  the additional expense  is only 75c.  Try apair with the next  suit you buy  &  Akenhead  $50���������Par acre fer-5-acre blacks 1 ������il������  from City.  $375���������Cash ssoures aiiae iesiaeacs in  the afioieast part ������f the eity. Oaly  $2-14 more to pay at ta* fats *f  $ia pot month. Owiet kas invested ever $������(��������������������������� ia inararuaieats.  Water laid  on.   Fiae garara.  r  $280���������Cash    and   $<��������������� ������a a������ortgag������  bays two lets ea'ck 6������xl2������ ealy a  few raids  fraat  eost-eliee.     Fiae  iavestmeat. '  $500���������Cash and  aalaae* b������ time buys  two first-class     stores ia business  portion, of citf ��������� '  For Rent���������A niee stora oa First Avenue.  For Rent���������A uica two-roofnoa stere  For     Rent���������Nice two-roostse* cahia  near atatiea,  Deeds, Wills,    Mortgages, ������������������������-  traets aad- Agreemeats Drawa.  J. STEWART  Conveyancing     _t      Notary Public  .   Pkeae, S. I  P. 0. BOX 2*1  Appoinfenents may be made at any  lime for dental work at Drr Dier'g  en High street '   '  fit  Now the long evenings have come,  jet your reading matter at Knights  Book store.  DESIGNS  TRADE-MARKS  AND COPYRIGHTS  OBTAINED  PATENTS  ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY  ' Notice in "Inventive Age "  ��������� Book "How tpobUin Patenta"  ' Charge* moderate. No feo till patent iq secured. '  Letters strictly confidential.   Address,  ' E. 8. SIG6ERS. Patent Lawyer, Washington, D. C.'  T -  *   M I   -   -   * -  *   *   I   '   ^ 1 < |-   J   l1  FREE  NOTICE.  .Notice is hereby'given that'the first  sitting of the Court of Revision    of  the City of Ladysmith will be held  in the Council Chambers, iLadyamiUh  on   Wednesday,  29th November, at 7  p.m  J.  STEWART,  C.M.C.  NOTICE.  -  Notice isr hereby given that I will  not be responsible for any debts contracted by my wife, Lena Casorzo.  from or after this date.  C CASORZO.,  Ladysmith, B.C.,  Oct.  19, 1905.  Sale of Mineral Claims  --  l - -    -!   -   '- **���������~- ~J|l-r',,!l'! I   SOUTH  NANAIMO  ASSESSMENT  I herd? give aotfee that on Monday, the 6th day ot November   A.D  herefnJK ^L^TifT?���������'   J 8ha������  offor  for Sate * P������blic audi  ncicnartei  set out,  of wh.ch Crown   Grants have h^ .^ for _.. ^  on the 30th day of Juna. 1905. aad. /or the expenses of advertising this  If the taxes awl^experises of ady ert'Hing, as set out in said list, are  day of sale,  the claims may be sold   to the highest bidder ajud  a convey  rights and interest in said claims lc gaily allienated by Uxa Crown by the  In the event of there being no purchaser or  if the price offered shall  and expenses,  the land shall absolut ely revert to the"Province and   Cro  \oid.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.  DISTRICT.   "  -, 1905, at the hour of, 11 o'clock a  on the Mineral Claims in the list  paid taxes accrued due and payable  notice.  not paid tor me on or before the  aiioe executed to the purchaser of all  Crown Giants thereof.      '  not be   sufficient to pay the taxes  wn    Grants  thereof shall  be deemed  Name of Person   ^Name of ClaimJDescri])t,ion of  I - Claim  'im  NOTICE.  The Ralhbonc Sisters or Ladysmith  intend having an At Home on Tuesday evening, Oct. 2Jth, in the A.O.  O.F I'ail- All K. or P's arc cordially invited to attend Each one has  thcpriviiege or inviting a friend. Admission 25  cents  KATF  TATE,  M.  of  R.  C.  Forbes Annie E.  Forbes, James  9 4  Forbes,  Robert  i Stone way  Lucky Jack  Vanderbill  Milner  B.   C.  (Minneapolis  Nelson  Paystxeak  [Total  |Taxes  [Unpaid  1  Expenses  and  Costs  Lot 72 Te.vads Is.  Lot 79 Texada Is.  Lot 70 Texada Is.  Lot 77 Texada Is.  Lot 71 Texada Is.  Lot 78 Texada Is.  Lot 73 Texada Is.  Lot 75 Texada "Is. 13    73  12 25  12' 50  13 50  10 50  10 ," 25  9 '. 75  12' 75  2:"  2g  2 -  2  2;  2;  2  H.  Total  amount  Due  H i 50  15': 50  12: 50  12 I 25  ni 75  14 j 75  45j75  I-.   =-  !  !   p-v'  ,���������������������������!���������*  Nanaimo, 10 Oct.,   1905.  i  l^y'- M.  BATE,  I '   t       South Nanaimo,. Assessment District,   Nanaimo, B. C.  Store    Lately     Occupied  by   John  Thompson,   complete with  counter  and fixtisres.  Rent $15 per month, Apply to  RUSSELL SIMPSON  COAL MINES  REGULATION   ACT  Notice at'  Examination.  Nwtice  is  hereby given  that examinations'will he jheld for 1st, 2nd and  Sii elass eertiflcates of competency  under     the provisions  of the "Coal  Miute Regulation  Act,"  en the 1-1 th, 15th     and 16th  days  of November,  1965,   commencing  at   the hour     of  9.3-0  o'clock in  the forenoon.  The examinations will be held at Fernie,     Na-nahno: and "Cumberland.  "The subjects will be as follows:  -Woollen  Goods-  We Carry A Large Assortment Of  these goods and offer attarctive selections in all the   different -lines���������  WOOLLEN UNDERWEAR  WOOLLEN BLANKETS  EIDER DOWN QUILTS  FUR LINED GLOVES  HOSIERY  J We Want You To Call And Examine the QUALITY and PRICE  of these articles E  SIMON LEISER & GO Ltd.  G" J,. ;c.s   ^ 1.'   ' -5   r  OATAOBE8T  IA BY SMITH  if       , '  W. G. Fraser  Merchan.TaikMy  (1 st| Avenue)  Pall Stock   on   hand. Call early and  get your choice  ~_Ksgm_e_%*^&f3!__mm  Hammer  Gunsat  20PRGENT  Discount for  CASH"  Saturday Bargains  We have decided to reduce  our stook of  HAMiVlER GUNS  So  offer these snaps  for  Saturday.  The Ladysmith Hardware Co., Ltd,  asasaasiaBWEtea.  JUST ARRIVED   . ���������a large Shipment of the very iatest  Styles in LADIES' aod GENTS' CHAINS, LOCKETS, RINGS,  Etc.-Etc.  GALL   AND  SEE  Thi PRISES ARE MODERATE for the BEST.  B.FORCIMflER  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER,  OPTICIAN  First Avenue,    XXX      Ladysmith,   B. C  Stoves  T  1st Clase Candidates  2nd  class  candidates |       3rd class candidates  Nutritious,  Refreshing  Invigorating  E^/.'SS*^^iS*i*ii^SS2tASiA;������  ave you tried;  NABOB TEA?  Best 50c Ceylon Tea in the  Market  [orrfsoxi's, Ladysmith, B. C.  WiLLIAMS   BLOCK. TM,BP������������NB ������-7  LARGE BOTTLES  $1,25  BLAIR AND ADAM.  'PM������NB   2-4 PHeNl 24.  Mining act and Special  Rules  Mine Gases  Ventilation  General 'Work  Mining Machinery  Surveying;  Mining act  anil  Special  Rules  Mine  Gases  Ventilation  General Work  Mining act and Special  Rules  Mine Gases aad  General  Work  Applications must be made to the  undersigned,  accompanied    by    Ihe  statutory fee, as follows:  By an  applicant for 'tfirst and Second Class Examination .-. $10:00  By an applicant  for  Third- Class   Examination   . - ���������      S.'/d  Tha applications must be accompanied,     by    testimonials  <r  (dii'^d  ���������apies thereof,  (a) if a candiJal.c for First   Class,   that   he      >s   a PiiUsh  ' subject and"has had at least five years'experience  in  or  about   the practical  Yorking     of a coal  mine,  and  is nt   least  25  years  of ags  Weart^rruklng thsm oi th; Nsvvjst    Pattern and Lates'  Styles, i  -..    WBDI ALL KINDS OF .FOUNDRY WORK  Gur Pricas lar* Reaaona,   bit";.. >  SHE ���������UR'nBW STOVHH IN BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  I and'at Ltdysmilh Hardware Ccmpany   "LADYS.ilf H'lRON & STOV E.WORKS CO,, LTD.  (h.)  If a candidate for    'sco.id Class, that he. has had   at '.cast  uv*  I  T������ars'  experience in or about t'ie practical  working   of a coal uiin������.  (c)  If a candidate for Third  Class,   that be has  had at least      ''.(.'������  ;������ars'  experience in   or  ahoi|t   the practical  working of a coal  nii'K-.  By order of tbe Board,  FRANCIS  H.   SHEPHERD  ���������     ���������      '���������  i     ��������� Saerelary.  Nanalma, B. G., September 30Wi,    1905.  ^  TO POULTRY FARMERS  160-ACREFARM NEAR LADYSMITH  Fiveacrts clsared and cultivated, four roomed house  Five Poultry Houses, 5oo Laying Kens, one Plough,  C!overCutter, Axes, Hammer?, Saws and Tool- of every deicription, two Spray Pumps, #20 w^-th o.  Blasting Powder, Wiire Netting six feet high c vering  j 1-3 acres, a i-2 Tons Hay, $20 worth New Laths.  R ifle, Shot Gun and two good Sail Boats.  I   $450 Cash and $750 on Tlorigage    i  J. STEWART,  P. O. Box 26*, Ladysmith Phone 3

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