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Array LEGISLATR-l  MBLV  I -  VOL.?,  U^5Ysmith DailyLedger  ..xv  W'r Leg,  7S/r  a  'Qr  3  0  too*  \p  m  :������!:v  SATURDAY, OCT. 28, 1005  MORNING CHRONICLE  OF i 00 YEARS AGO  i  Ancient Copy of London News-  ^ paper* in the Possession of a  Ladysmith Gtizen  Said to be Worth Several Hoiv  dred Dollars^-The History of  the Chronicle  fiCEti.ES' 1IFE  II  PRICE FIVE   CENT6  He Was Associated With  Several Terminal City  Criminals  | Remarkable Attempt toEs^  cape the Police a Year  ���������   Ago I  Dflll OF DICK NWSjflK OIKS imSIlJREVOLljnONlSTS  IT  Mr. C. 11. Rumming has in his pCs- historian,  session a copy of the London Morning Ui.oasv,  Chronicle    of  P  a year, is one  ancient copies of what was in its day  the leading newspaper    of the British  capital, and is on this  a considerable  Vancouver,  "V uncouvcr  rounrJing-iij)  nais.     Only  Oct.   27.���������  seems    onalc lo ,je ft  Place for tUgiuV0 crlm|.  >*>uut a ,vwk ag0> Ca_  uiiJic Fredenck Romv  After Long illness He Passed Away on October 24th.  His Death Will be Regretted by His Ladysmith  Friends  of the I Ah  Mr.   A. J.   McMurtrie  botsford hotel, this  Representations of Ameri  can Companies Looking  Up Zinc Properties  Frank Zinc Smelter is to be  Enlarged Immediately  the  morning received  i  !  account worth  amount of money,  its  owner    placing the    value at several  hundred  dollars."    The paper in question, issued on   November l������th, contains   much interesting matter,  including an account of the.Lprd Mayor's  'show, which     of course took place on  the day previous-to  the  one on which  thc paper: was issued.     At that time  a general election must have been  in  progress,  for     the Chronicle contains  elect-on     results, letters from candidates returning thanks to their friends  for  .electing     them     to Parliament.  Theie aro also     invitations from successful candidates to their supporters  to    attend   banquets  by  which   they  apparently  intended  celebrating their  successes.  The paper despite its great age is  in a splendid stale of preservation  and cauhercnd without difKculty.  The wording of the at tides is of  course rather strange compared with  modern   writings.     At the time the  , Paper in question     was issued it was  sold, price six pence (12  six     times as'  papers   are  time.  Thc     Morning Chronicle;  which by  the way died in the year 1SC1  heing ;in existence for over  contained   at  ings of some  Lord,  JOhcpli II iinie .Mi.  S-'r John     Bow,  fiw'er. and  to Healena to s(u  committed  months  was taken back  m  '"<>  ti ial for murder  Mon-,,������  Lords Erskine and Durham,  Nov.    10.'1808.      The'Mr.   PoulatWSSSo^r'35 ^  Paper,  which is a century old ,a���������  but''-���������������  Lyndo^'HSr/to^  oU vefy ,ew orsuch||.or������.      (then    plain John)  Camphe'..'.   ""c" arieslc" 'n Ladvsrmth a cm  3- R. McOui ������k.   ored man by tbe ,Uune of        ; "  ������������������'I'S   JU. C-harfwHui.   mg by the name of  .������,.������������������     ��������� ?,       g  , ������r/ N. W. Senior.     The City who j,   ��������� 1   Ac",eH ,JlU,c'CoaI  suppoacd ghost of Sir PhUip Francis sas ^  also     haunted  news  of the  death  of  "Dick'''  Roberto,  who,  until  last spring k,as  the popular clerk of the above "hotel  *or some time Mr.  Roberts''   had  eJ, been suffering from lung .trouble and  ,0   weak heart, and last spring his med  ana  nearly  two j . ������������������   "" ajJiuig- ms med  ago, and yestculay Dctect,vc  I!"   ^"f8 p,eVai,cd  l'������on hi,,, to  Waddell arrested m   f ,.,..1   . 1,ea*c L*Ay**nith for  in  Topeka,  Kan-  and ii, will  the editorial sanctum  not be forgotten that it  was as a lepoiteion thc kaff ofthe  -Momniff Chion.cie 1hat Charles Dick-  ens earned son e o. the five pound  lm,Us 1,h,th .1'tawaids (lowed mto  his  pocket book  so tieely ������������������   -  The .oiiowing     st0iy Wl)1 serve to  illLsUate at once the  chaiacter of Mr  s"r*0,T,r'*d'"^s)^������.ep���������  ������" oi  uie     Chrcnitiein its  <,a>*      Mr.  mack w  'te    with Lord  f0r a" a"w������Ptcd  murder  winch  presumably     happenwl ^  ago. '  J1**1'* n0i     tJ*e<-'*t time Allies  h������ tocn ,n the Iwnds f, ��������������� ^.T  ver police.  *3llts)     just  much as most London  sold     for at the present  after  100 years,  various- times the writ-  of the best known English journalists. Ind.8QG the Chronicle w .as edited by the famous John  Perry.   *  A well known writer of   20. years  ago,    relating     the history   of     the  Chronicle says:    -'At No. 332 Strand  opposite     Somerset House,  now the  palmy  as a great favor-  JnffA1 Melbourne when the  a te      wto    Pnme    MlBlSter      jj  Unship esteemed     hun not on.v Cr  >'S Srcat leammg. hl, wonde, .ulmem-  '������?.��������� h.s apt ihustianon o. .any topic  of discourse      hv . ' p  haustnhio     , -   y       ^arentiy mex-  vl  i    -      "?d  ������r a,,Wdote������  -enved  Mr. Black. you are the on|jr pcison So0Jier  to sec me who forgets I he ran  ������-yes with , 4 Th<\editor opened������h,s  getll, aS^n,ShnWt- "v������uior-  Back was about to apo.og.se,but the  I em.er continued: "Evcr>body e "e  tate, especial     Care t    leilJ^  ^ l W,s" "������y *ou.d rorgev lt; thev  hK Sah'-n V Mr  BlaCk"  addetl  anvh,      P'       y������u'n^ ask me for  anytmng     an(j j  Wlgh  the Vancou-  On the 261 h of last Jan-  uarj' he performed    a reiuarl-abie diving i"cat on lhe   sidewalk of Hastings  street,  when being  chased by Detectives Jackson and Waddell.     The de-  teethes were on  the lookout for certain suspicious characters at the tunc  and ;oeated Acceies and a companion  of his-,  named King,   with a notorious  woman   named    Gert.v  Johnson,  who  was  mixed  up with Horace Gates in I  the Uoyt    abduction aila'1', '"in an\ up  staus room not 1'ar from'  loon ou   " Hasti.-j,^  told them he. had left Jii.1- watch in tho  front  room,  and asked  to  :, ,, Kainiloops wheie  H   was thought  his  condition' would  '"Prove,  but  unfortunately  this   was  not  the case.   He gradually became  woise.   until   deal IT relieved  his  sufferings, on October 2-1 th.  The   news  of Mr.  Roberts'  a  de-  untime-  ' end w,ii be heard with regfet   by  those who so well remember Li ������en-  'al.ty at the Alfcoteford - hotef, ^ here  he was  a gieat  favorite  wi,th      the  guests  and his employers.   I      tne  time  he left   Ladysmith   hls,frierds  while  recognizing  that  hewis  seriously ,11,  had no idea that his     e���������d  was,so near, and this news will come  as a shock to  many.  ADVENTUROUS  JOURNEY  the Mint sa-  ���������ngs     street.     Acciies  lo i-pt ,i v,'r" ~ "3"M:u  to  be allowed  'ot)etitberoieaccompa���������y,���������gthede.  who    comes  who 1 am."  tecum to the police statu  pr had  hcgioi  Hon,,,,   Oct.   as.-Prince  Frederick ,    the������ German ^fn'r'   wh?. "Presented   ������������ estahhshment of works for  lin-a^v"^?^^11*^ R'us" I treatment of zinc.  Vi^ncouver,   Oct.  lH.~7Am- is     the  gieat mineral, next to gold, which is  attracting much attention at present  Not only are representatives of    the  Dominion  Government,  such  as    Dr.  Barlow, Mr.  Joseph  Keele and Professor Ingalls in the Province     just  nefw,      but experts  from  the United  States,  said  to be on behalf of  zinc trust, are also looUtig for  sirablo properties.  Mr:      Henry Paul,  of the Empire  Zinc  Company, of Denver,  Col , who  left      for up   ttie coast   on  MonHay,  will  inspect  the zinc  proposition   on  Theodosia Arm, 18 miles from ������l,and,  which  is owned  by Mr.   J.   N. Mac-  kinnon, of this city.     This property  has an interesting history.     It   has  been held by Mr. Mackinnon  for      a  number     of years, and as it has     a  laTge     percentage of copper,  several  experts have examined it for     tiiat  mineral.   No options were ever tak-  sn because of the presence of so much  z'jic, but now it is in much demand.  It is known as tihe Broken Hill  and consists of 12 claims.  .The revival in zinc is causing some  activity  locally.   Mr.  Robert Irving  of  Kaslo, has teen in the city for   a  month or more in connection      with  the  ACTIVE IN RUSSIA    _/  Soldiers Patrolling the Streets of  Petersburg-Bloodshen Feared  Jbyff Authorities  This Years' Rice Crop of Japan  *  IS  Said  to be  Very  Small  St.  lion  Petcisburjr.  Oct.   28���������A condi-  :orderiii,r on panic prevails here  jloday,  and   business throughout the  nty is  entirely suspended.  Soldiers are patrolling the streets  and bloodshed on a large scale is'  feared. The Government, recognizing the seriousness of the situation  ^ doing its best to appease the  populace.  COLLINS IN  SAN FRANCISCO  active  The revolutionists are  all parts andvseem determined to  vote an armed conflict  in  pro,  ���������o ���������  RHWP,  London, Oct. 28.���������The.correspondent of the London Times at Tokio  says tho Japanese rice crop this year  is not so large as has been expected,  while in many provinces the crops,  are .very poor, in three a famine is,  feared.  WITH FISTS  AND A CHAIR  One  sash  to the  of winch  you would, for I  on. and no  to   the  door than  wmdow,  the bottom  was open, and dived  through.     Detective     Waddell caught  a glimpse of Ins capacious feet disappearing    through     the    window,  and  jumped  down the  stans   to   intercept  him Aceiies    struck sorAe eiectnc  wires, winch deflected his course sufficiently to break, the force of thc descent, and1 became with a thud to  the, sidewalk, -crushing Ins plug hat  to a miio        .He  army in4Manchuria   had"a rath    iT"'.7" *" '"^   The P'ovorty   ol  er   adventurous  journey     Wednesday        C 0,d Cement works oa Fal������c creek  rt'fM���������/r������ni ,l������U^aw  so  Alexandre, a   " tp,ne  utlliml f������r the put pose. Mr.  Tit    p?-   ������rmi,eS- I F-      T'Sn'J'tler     ������ow instaiW  the  Jv      ,^nnccs train wasjdue      to    plant S ,,,e  and  sleeping cars  were  attached and  On the arrival of George D. Collins at San Francisco from Victoria  he was interviewed by various" morning papers and his utterances were  all to the! effect that he preferred SanJ  Francisco to Victoria. He was g|ad  he had returned and felt confident-'  of winning his case. Speaking of his  stay in Victoria to an Examiner reporter,  he said:  "If I had wanted to stay .there    I    wag   formcrly  could have had my release in Novom-; ,   _  with a   icwly nose and      the  other with a scalp wound from which  I the blood poured in a stream,  S. P.  Fitzgerald and Win. Dwyer, two well  known    timber    men, fought   out  a  grudge   with bate fists and a chair in  the office    ofthe Pacific States Telephone  Company yesterday.  Mr.  Dwyer uves in Ciarkeston, and  deputy state land so  ber, but I concluded I had tetter come '��������� lcctor for   Idaho'       He iS onc ?'>e  dinner  ; ollice of the Weekly Times, was pub  |          lished for many years prior to its dc  i',   seriously I shnulri  ������     . "   x  , '"l I .     ~J "av  r0A(i    -mmcdiatciv  doanvthing T mvVo ^  ^^ but Ltt'������  ������*  worse ,or hi  ,       g '���������     mv nowor  tn    ������������������.���������. I 20-ioot   fa...     and  ,an. but he was  J'ttie dazed,  and  you  Mr.  '1  .... do  cease, . in ItftJL at thc age of more  than a century, thc Morning Chronicle. 'I his was the organ of the Wh  party in the days of Fox, and  wards in those ot Lord Grev,  Melbourne, and  and under the  iig  after-  Lord  Lord John Russell,  successive editorships  of Mr. ... PelTy ailc| Mr. John Biack  obtained a leading- position such as is  now held by the Times. Among the  contributors of literary and p^itica.  aracics v]l0. during ihii hundred  years of its existence were frequent  visitors to the editor's inner room  were Richard Drinsicy, Sheridan Processor Poison. Jekyn, the wit and M  P   David Richards,     James-Mm, the'  my power to   serve  Rl-.Pi-      "I"  tmy' ob,'8������������."  said  thino   T bUi' l dont ^ant any-  ������-ng.   I am     ed.tor of the Mlnmnir  CAronicie.     I Hie my business '  '������e happily on     ,���������y iricouie���������  by Heaven,,  and 4  "Then,  said tho peer, "I envy  you. Yui arc thc only man I ever  envied.''  To give an idea of the standing of  (he Chronicle   in 1800   it might be  said that a   few  that  years previous to  bought it from Woodgate, who failed  io mal,e a isucccss     oa .t. ior the s..m  20-ioot ._.���������,  uul ue was a  Detective Jackson  caught hun after a short chase. lie  v/as brought up m the police couit,  but as nothing further than a charge  of -vagrancy could  be brought against  hun he was allowed  sentence  h  cor I,  train,  ���������L'.  out on suspended  The latest, charge against  m  probably     CNpiains  his fright  at  the police, and his an.v������ty to     get  away from them  While on the way to the coast, Dr.  Barlow and .Mr. Ke'ele stopped off at  Revelstoke, and met Messrs. Woolsev  Woodrow,   Reighly,   McCajrter    J  b'  McKenzie, and others who aie mter-   ^.^,eSrtedin  zinc Propositions',  and much  the governor's house. M"formation     was given the oovern-  " ,ncnl representatives.    A report will  he ssnt in, and when the spring comes ai rangements  will  be made to examine   the  properties   shownig  most  merit.  It is  of interest also  in  this connection to note that the z,Jlc smelter  at     Frank, Just  beyond  the eastern  confine ofthe Province,is    to le   enlarged immediately, and will then he  the  largest shipper on  the cont  Something over $700,000 will  Kcnded in these improvements  cen  a few years  ������130,000  at that     time.   In  Peny alone was worth  Hazhtt, the     most pi  miiu-iit  parliamentary icportei  of h  day,  was on  the st,iff nf +>.*, ^> ���������  cic.  the staff ot the Chrom-  NANA1MO.  Nanaimo,  Oct.' 28.���������A  meeting     of  the St.  John's' Ambulance class under the instruction of. Dr.   J.,     H.  Hogle, will be held in the spiritualist's  hall , on  Sunday,   Oct.   29.,,at  2.30 p.m. ���������'���������   The work of the class as  taught is useful for all classes,  and  is especially useful  to those whose, du  ties place them in the way of dealing  with  the injured.    Accidents are of  constant occurrence, and.no onei knows  when it may  bo their  turn either to  receive or give the benefits of    such  instruction.      Therefore thc class extends a cordial invitation to all parties  interested in  the movement    to  be present at the Wjov.c meeting, provision     will  be made by  the, doctor  for new members beginning, the term..  vals in its hisory on Sunday last.  The church was tastefully: decorated  for the occasion bv the ladies of tho!  congregation, who spared no pains to  make the affair an entire success^  The church was well filled for the  evening service, which was conducted by Mr; Millet, in the absence of  Rev. Silva ��������� White, who found it  convenient  to  be  present.  cli-  of   the late Mrs.   Pat-  The old'council chambers were well  filled last night,   the occasion being  an open meeting of  the Farmers' Institute which   was addressed by Messrs. F.M. Logan and Mr. McKilIiktui,  both of wiiom arc connected with the  'Dominion     Agricultural department,  'and  are touring the country giving  lectures  at various   points   on   matters of special  interest to  farmers.  The     addresses  of botl  wens  . listened  The  funeral .   rick   ' Bradley took  place yesterday  morning- to the Roman Catholic ccme  tery  where7 services   were conducted  by  Rev.   Father Heynen.    Besides relatives  ofthe- deceased a large number of friends attended, .who, by-their  presence and the scntl'iig of floral tributes,  expressed  their sympathy and j  respect for the deceased lady. I  S nee ins escapade     Ins picture has  t.donicd thc lougcs" gallery at the.po  lice   station, and     the other day Detects e   Waddell falling     across a description  of  the man  wanted in  Kansas  ior  attempted  murder,   compared  it with Uie     description of Aceiies ip  the police     records    and found  they  tallied   exactly.     He-'mentioncd  it to  Sergeant     Muilicarn    who wired the  Chief    of    Police     in" Topeka and at  once received  the  reply  teli'j'ng tiwsiii  to arrest the man at once-and at an  hazards.       The detectives     had kept  track of Aceiies since his high diving  feat, and it   "did not take them lona;  to locate him. On  Wednesday De  tective Waddell went aver to Nanaimo; yesterday he telegraphed that he  had captured his man, and today he  will bring him over here 'to await  deportation. Sheriff A. T. Lucas or  Topeka was informed of the arrest  and wired back that lie would ��������� come  for  the   prisoner  without  delay.  was  io   \tc served at      nine  o'clock     All   preparations' ��������� had  been  made for departure and  a guard     cf  honor was drawn  up on the platform  when   the  officer  commanding i     the i e<  guard  was  informed  that'the Prince   .  was sleeping in the governor's house. '  The guard  was  witlidtawn ,md word  was trjvcn out  that  the Piince would  not take the journey that night. The  tallies weie cleared and ifn'c servants  prepared  to ieb. re when tiie Prince,  with   his   stall,   and   a Russian     es-  "���������-'    suddenly   appealed,   and       the  was onioral   t.n  leave rlnmedla-  Troops  then filled the station,  the public was excluded and thc Priu  ce's staff was  ordered not  to  leave  (he  train.  Guards , with lived bayonets     were  posted  at the dcois of every     car.  lOxlraoidinary   precautions   were  tak-  on and the tiain left ilie slatioinviith  all   Hie windows   thickly  mm filed and  the lights of the engine exlinsiiiished.  Tho   militaiy     ahead    .signalled the  train six  times  during thc night to  stop,   as suspicious   objects   were  observed  on   the track.    At  five o'clock  in    the niornin"-  Alexandrovo      ;was  leached  and   the   train   there  1 en o^cr by thc Prussians.  of  tinent.  be ex-  ELOPED     1N  MOTOR CAR  was ta-  Tiic laree safe which has been     in  use at the local branch of the Canadian     Bank   of Commerce   for   tlueo  ,years Ims  liccn re; laced by a smaller  but more, modern book safe-   The old  one is to  be sent, to Vancouver     this  oven ing   by   the    Transfer,   and   was'  last ni-srjit moved out by Williams &  Waskett.    The safe is difherru       to  move,, it weighing four tons and    r  half.  SUED FOR  INSURANCE  S.S.     Joan   t'iod  wharf last evening.  up   at   the public  The funeral of ,Mr,s. David Adam  took plaice yesterday afternoon from  her late residence, Wallace street, to  the Nanaimo ��������� cemetery, v here the interment took place. The pallbearers  were Messrs. G. House, F. Porteous,  II. McAdie, S. Tippett, E. McNoil  and H.  Roher.  AT   THE   ABBOTSFORD.  W.  Clarice,  Vancouver.  Geo.  Strachan, Toronto.  K.  T.   Hughes, Victoria.  W.   K.   C\  Fisher,  Winnipeg.   o ���������  A young artist living  gentlemen  to at ton lively by alll  pnesenit, and the information imparted will no -doubt be of immense  advantage to all who had the pleasure of being present  last night.  St.  Lukes,  Northfield, held one   of staying with her son,  Joseph,  the most successful  Harvest  Festi-    ivm'H'>������  ���������������.+.���������������������*���������  Mrs.     William Parkin, of Comox,  arrived  on  the  City of Nanaimo yes-  i torday to visit her daughter Lillian,  who is in the hospital suffering from  an attack of inflamatCon of the hangs  During her visit here Mrs.  Parkin is*  near      here  has  conceived  a plan  whereby       the  .  ,post-o/fice  ofIic.>Js   will   be  saved the I beef  trouble of trying to  read  the names  and    add'ress   on the letters   scut by  him.    He   sketches   on   the   envelope  the    picture of "tlcvi'crson  to  whom  thc  letter is sent.    Thus,   when    his  writing  is   indistinct  one.  merely has  to  glance at   tne picture.    One  that j  canw  through  The Northwestern  Steamship ' Company,   which  owned   thc steamer Tacoma,  sc/fecd  when  endeavoring     to  run, the Japanese blockade with a car  go of beef from Seattle to Vladivostok,  has commenced  suit against the  Man'time  Insurance  Company foor $-.13-  303.20.   The defendant company,  the  complaint alleges, insured the steani-  .shiff company against loss  from the  acts of the two  belligerents for the  amount      claimed.    The  policy   was  written  while  the ship was tied  at Seattle  taking on i*_ cargo.  Tiie  Tacoma  left  Seattle  on   January 5tli last with a large amount of  A pretty little romance is associated      with   the  mamage  of Viscount  Maiden,  eldest  son of thc Earl       of  Essex, and     Miss Eveline Freeman,  daughter of Mr.  R. S. Freeman, 'Hie  young man  is not  yet 22 years  old,  aixA his bride is one of the belles.,of  the    country���������tall  and  fair,  and   23  years of age.     fThey met while  hunting  with  the Rothschild  staghaunds  'in the Vale of Aylesbury, and before  the end of the- hunting season .had become engaged-    Lord Maiden was    a  student at  the  Agricultural  College,  Cireiicsster,   and      he made  frequent  visits     durin-  the summer  lo  Win-  (fravej  the last being on Sept. 2G. On  that  occasion  they arranged a Iii lie  surprise for their parents, and it was  effected last week.    On  the  previous  night Lord Maiden drove up alone  his     motor-car    and stayed  at  George Hotel,   Aylesbury,   which  about six miles from Mr.  residence      He left orders  ed at five o'clock.  up  that was-consigred to  the  Rus-  ainiy  stationed   in  the  viqbnity  MWi.,  as  sian  of Vladivostok. On March  the ship was engaged in an attempt  to run tbrj blockade and make that  port, it was captured by a Japanese  man of war. It was taken into port  ?nd condemned as a prize of war. An  appeal to the high prize court resulted in this decision  Milton street.  on  , _..  mi  un.-. ucL-isiun  being affirmed  the  post-office  today    The ship was then confiscated by the  bore a striking  resemblance   to     the   Japanese government,  gei'itftman  for whom the epistle was    /"������     complaint talleges that      al-  fe though  a 'demand  has been  made on  the insurance company and  proofs of  intended,  a young-'mart who professes  to have a great love forUhe Seymour  cut  of coat.  the loss furnished,  the policy.  it refuses to pay  in  the  is  Freeman's  to  be call  M six o'clock in.  the morning he brought his motor-car  to a standstill  outside  thc high   iron  gates' of the Old  Manor House,   and  Maw  the  motor-horn  sharply     three  times.     The    signal  was. recognized,  and   soon   afterwards  Miss   Freeman  joined  Lord  Maiden, who  was  therefore spared   the  trouble  of pulling   a j  string which was leading from     the J  ground  to the young lady's  bedroom.  Tho young .people    drove at      full  speed through the sleeping vf'illaigcs on  their way to Cirencester  however, they decided  as the  motor-car has  three .times.    On  coster' the pair were married  cial   license  ami  I wards   Lad������-  Mai  ing telegram  to her parents:  Married  Lord  Maiden   today���������Eveline.  After' the   honeymoon   Lord       and  Lady MaWen will  return to Cassio-  bliry Park,  Watford,  the coun-tr:  idence of Lord Essex.  At Oxford  to take train,  broken down  arriving  at  Ciren-  by spc-  iniiriie.'liiitfly   aftor-  nlcn  sent  the  foliow-  ty res  back   heie and     fight' it out rather  than   have  the charge hanging  ovar  me for life and be confined to Canada'  Collins   professes, says  the Examiner   that  he could have learned   the  whole body of Canadian criminal law  in three weeks and gone to practicing  there,   but   that jurisprudence did not  inspire  him   with  enthusiasm,       because,  a!������ he says,   it is "too  si(mpie  and  not scientific  like  ours."       and  therefoie not so well calculated       to  give scope to his peculiar talents.  Thc  Call  says:  Collins' explanation!  of why he came back is as complicat-''  ed and clastic as  the utterances  flic Oracle of Delhi.  "The return was entirely voluntary  did come back on.extraditioniwarrant. .There was no|need ,'to stay any  longer, so I was willing to. be  brought back."  "Yes," we are both broke," mur-  I���������mured'.Tom  Gibson.  "I have some patriotism .left," said,  Collins,    with a characteristic twinkle, in his eye.  "The first time he wasin court up  there," remarked Gibson, "he declared that, he .had come "under the protection of the British flag to get  justice. They crowd in the court clapped  their hands and  cheered him for  UlH."  Collins    declares   "that he       really  wants  this hubbub settled once     and  for all.   tt has been  unpleasant    for  my wife,*'' he said."! intend to settle it'once and for all.  "Though I came back ol my own  volition I intend to reserve all      the  rights     that   the 'extradition   treaty  giios me.    I could have beaten       the !  case in  the Canadian courts but idhi  not want to stay in Canada forever"'  Regarding  the proceedings  at "San   '  Francisco,   thc  Call  said:   When the   ���������  accused attorney faced Judge Leivnon j  he was the  Collins  of  the  old  days,  debonair and self-confident.   The first  thing  he did   "was to  ask  for  a postponement until November 2nd.      He  wanted  to interpose an objection,  ho  said, and would require that     much  time  to prepare affidavits.      He objected  to being  tried  by  Judge Lon-  I non and declared that he would give  good and  sulficicnt grounds   for    the  objection.     He maintained  that     if  Jndue  Lawlor  were prohibited from  appointing another judge to   try it,  and that  it should have been transferred to another department.  District  Attorney Byington declared that there was no reason  why the  arraignment should not proceed,  and  the court  so ordered.    Collins       was  I given until Friday morning to      an-  'swer.   He declared  that he would act  as his own     counsel and asked, that  Attorney      Broadnian   be  associated I  with him.  "I ask that the bail he raised to  $15,000," said District Attorney By-  ington.  Collins  was   on his  feet in  an   instant    with      a flood   of objections.  Judge Lennon  cut him short-  "The  men mdicted     for timber frauds,  the  trials of   whom come up next week in  Moscow.     Mr. Fitzgerald is a timber  locator and was one ol the' witnesses  subpoenaed to appear before the grand  jury at    Boise which returned the indictments.   For some,time prior  to  the     meeting of   thc grand ' jury the  men were not on speaking terms, and  since   then they have fceen at swords  points.     Yesterday morning .they met  m the "'public     office of the telephone  company, and-when they left the office a few   "minutes later" the floor was "  bespattered     with their Wood      The  gins    who were in charge cf the office were so badly frightened tjiat they  only seem to remember that the operator told Mr. Dwyer to take'; booth  number one for his long distance call  and just at that minute he walked over  to where  Mr.   Fitzgerald   was and ^  struck him in     the face      They saw  Mr   Dwyer grab, a chair, and saw Mr.  Fitzgerald take it away from him.  Mi.  Fitzgerald ga\e     the following  version of the figJit;  "f walked,   into the telephone office  and asked  the operator about a long  ���������'distance caul had in, and then took  a seat in a far corner on the opposite  side     of the   room from    where Mr,  Dwyer was     standing.     I glanced in  lus direction   and he said     "Who-are  ityou   looking     at?'* 'I replied,  Tim  .looking at you,  whe     -e you     look-*  'ing     at?"   Dwyer    answered,  'I  am  looking at you.        I've,been waiting  for a chance to get at you."     I said  'Come on.'  "He walked over to fcie, but I toad  no idea   he would strike'me.     He hit  >  I me in the   face iust as I was getting ,  'out.    of my chair    and  then   the fight  started.    I hit him  in the wind       a  couple  of tinrcs  and   he graibbod ~   a  chair and hit me on the head with it.  ' I  took  the chair away from him and  Ihith/m    with it,  making a cut in his  j forehead,  from     which he hied rreeiy-  I when  we were  separated.    1    had   a  j bloody     nose,  and    he  was  bleeding  | from   the scalp  wound  I made with  the chair."  An efiort was made to find Mr-  Dwyer, hut he could not be located in  town.  MARIjNE.  S.S.  Henrietta  was in this morning  for  a cargo of coal"  Tug McCullock took on coal at the  wharf this morning.  The collier Terje Vikcn completes  her cargo and leaves  this evening.  Collier Wellington is due for. a full  cargo.  district attorney is the best judge of  what the bail should be," said th������  court. 'W order L\at the bail he  fixed at $15,000 and I order yolu into  the custody of the sheriff."  A     bench  warrant was  issued for  the arrest of Mrs.  Sarah McCurdy,  Collins* mother-in-law No. 2, for fail  ure to answer a subpoena, '��������� mm  DAILY LEDGER  THE DAILY LEDGER  Published   every day .except Sunday.  U������       THE       DAILY       LEDGER  , COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  BO cents  a month;    $5 per year   in  advance.    Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  SATURDAY,  OCT 28,  1905.  EDUCATION IN ONTARIO.  f \ *  VALUES ^  Five pieces Gray Flannel, m Twill or Plain���������light or dark shades.  unshrinkable.       Special per yard,  12 I-2C  K ATKS $2.M PER DAV  ROOMS  BA.R SUPPLTHD WITH BJiSi  W,NUS,.LIQUORS, CIGAKS  VALUES  The' report oi the Minister oi Education has 'appcaLed.   Dr. Pyne seoms  1o  foreshadow the  appointment of, a  Directoi of Education for the     Pio-  ' .Mnce; in a paragiaph which says:       |  "Education  is,  however,  so special ,  a subject  that no Minister       would   ,  'cjann to. bo an expert1 theiem,       and!  therefore   a comfl>rolicnsii\e   education- (  ai scheme for any State needs to be  shaped as legaids its ocnctal technique and    details by    a well-directed  and fiU-stvmg   policy   Si development.  Thijs'unust proceed from some mdiwd  nal ha\ mg a coinnmnding knowledge  of modern education, and of modern  educational method.   h\ the nature of  things  a Minister  cannot devote  sufficient time to become an educational  export  of lhe  highest order  himself,  ���������noi  is thai  lus  Appropnatc function,  either  here  or elsewhere,   so that although 'the Minister  must ever  con-  .tiol the great iipesuon ol department  tai policy which represent the decisions oi the State'as regards the)-whom  issue,   the lcaluahon  of  the educational system lcquired that the chief  iidminis'W ator shall  he  really  director  oi eduqation."  School children will say amen to  the following, which eliminates, home  work  by <S'. olution:  "It  would  seem,   howcvei,  as  the  present   movement  toward a unification of the interests of the home and  school    go fon\atd  tliat the school,  ���������duectly, win furnish less rathei than  more home woik Ior  the children   It  the school  properly  peifornis its luiic  tion. of giMng  the pupil  a day  filled  v. lth educative woik, it is dillicult to  .-.ee how it still ought  to pursue him  into  the penod  that he should  have  ior     leueaiion,    oi  mto the houis  when he would he  better  asleep."  in legard to the ueaith of teachers  the  repoit  sajs:   "lt> is cleai       the  'Leaching piotussion docs not  furnish  inducements  siitnciently  tempting  to  watiaiit. young  persons  in  incurnng  thc expense ncccssory to become'q'ltal  ilied.   Thc saUincs paid though sligliu  iy   inathance  oi some   preuous yeais  aic exceedingly  low   when computed  ,wiUi what is paid to poisons in other callings ol lite "  It aPi>eais that this year the number  bottling  (iist-class  ceitiC-cutcs in  . iour public and separate'schools      is  only UT.L      The number holding  second  class  ccitificates  3,970.      Theie  are iJ,('b2 holding  third-class  ceitifi-  cates:  021 holding extensions  or le- '  newnls ot thud-class certificates'  50  arc     teaching on  old country  board  certificates,   'there lemains 565   who  hold only distiid ceililicaics,      and  330   holding   only   temporary   certificates. Four bundled and twenty-  two appear not to hold any legal cer  \tificates of qualifications   These, however,   are  mostly  teaching in  scpari  ate schools,   and   will  doubtless soon  qjualify,  in Mew of the lecent decisions  of  the court.      Thc ccitificates  of 170 are not reported.  From   these  figures   it  is clear     a  great many     children in our public  and separate schools are not taught  by teachers with  good mialihcations.  Whai-,  then,  should be done"  m  a school      which    emplcns   a leather  holding only a dislnct certificate receive     any share of the Legislative  grant''   Ha*, not   the (time come when  a mode     of distributing the  $210,000  annually  paid  should   be placed  upon  a different basis?  This  is   a tyieshion  for thc Legislature to "deal  with.  Five Dozen Ladies' Umbrella*���������Extra strong English make, with  steel    lod.     Our Big Special,  Each  $I.OO  VALUES  Fifty Dozen   Boys' Heavy, Pure Wool wide ri.U|>ed worsted Hose  a 33c. value for per pan-  MAY   BE HAD'AT BOTH OUR NANAIMO STORES.  VALUES  Si sty-two Ladies' ("oats, B'ack, Fawn, and     Gray, in about ten  different  styles    Regular }S,  $10,  J 12.50,  Your choice  Each  $5.00  VALUES  Linoleums that will   wear ten years.  Inlaid  the coast sens (bo quality at the or cc  FREIGHT  PAID  ON  No other house on  Special per sq. yard.  85c.  ALL ORDERS OVER $5.  VALUES  Mens' Navy Blue Pure Wool fine worsted   suits,  single or double  breasted, lined AVith good quality Italian     Cloth, worth SIC,  Our Price  $12.50  VALU  Vim ty Pans Mens' Dark Oxford Gray Homespun Tweed Pants, a  &2.50 line with any  poison  else, Our       Price,  1.95  VALUES  'Queen     Quality Shoes ���������Nc other shoe in the    country will compare at the price.   Special wuilci   weight with leather lining,  the latest .idea    Our pi ice covers ail kinds,  $3-75  VALUES  Youths' Solid Leather Shoes, with  won many customeis for us  Special Price  screw  soles, a    shoe that has  A  great     school shee.     Our  $1.40  D, Spencer,  rVanaimo, Limited  GEO. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  Ladysmith ^        W '    B.  C  A  SKNjHGANTa  TRADE MARK ~  fl  I  HARTLEY   GISBORNE  Member  Can.   Society  of   Civil  Engineers.  Member Institution of Electrical Engineers,^ England  Member Iuternatioi.al Electrical Congress   at St. Louis, 1904  ���������Electrical Engineer���������  BOX 357,    j.  j  I    ,  ;   j..  I  ,  | .,  11  l(||  )| J I LADYSMITH, B. C.  r. 0.  i 1  THS CITY MHRK6T  R. Williamson|Prop  1 st. Avenue Ladysmith B. C#  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  Beat accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and fiebing in near vicinity.  A. J.McMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C  Esquimalt  & Nanaimo Railway  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������  Time Table No. 57,  EFFECTIVE SATURDAY, OCT. 21st, 1905. ,  ^Traias leave Ladysmith, for Victoria and all intermediate stations    at  i i  * 'T_i m    rlrifj   and.at 4.00 p.m. on  Wednesdays,     Saturdays   and   Sua-,  ' .  ' days.      "  Good tables and good        Trains  leave,Ladysmith for "Wellington andNall  intermediate stations  Rooms at 11.57 a.m.  daily,  a������d at,6.00 p.m.  on \Vedr������j days,  Saturdays     and  Suadays. \   ;          , |  EXCURSION TICKETS ON SALE TO AND FROM ALL STATIONS  T-__f^_���������\~Tm-       TT IV T fN      _-_\ tm*-WTm _-_\ I        Sood for S������������ng journey Saturdays  and Sundays, returning not later than  rnjRTLRlNlJ rtw I tri-^^ioiiowiDj umi������j. ���������_.  "%l     ������������������Steamer Joan-���������  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  JOHN GOGO.PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The New Western Hotel  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board. '  Our Rar is newly fittedup and well supplied ani is in charge oi  JOS. PELLIGRINELLI  _i     , ...     Sails from Ladysmith for Vancouver every Saturday at COO a.im and  The bar is extra well returning sails from- Vancouver ,. for Ladysmith at 2.30 p.m.  Stocked ' ' ,'"���������''''.,        -  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist. Freight &, Pass. .'Agt  te Govt. Street, Victoria B'.C.  This Hotel has   been completely   Board and lodging $1.00 per day.  renovated.  HOTEL-  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Bar Supplied with the' Best  Liquors and Cigars.  Wines, 1st Avenue  Ladysmith B.C.  J. XL SMITH'S  RESTAURANT  Con 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Meals 35c. and, Upward  Best accommodation for   transient  tnd permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      HOTEL  .This new Hotel has been comfort-  aMy furnished and the bar Is up-tb-  d-te. Rates- $1.00 a day and ap-  7) vrds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  .fralaaada :���������: :���������: :���������: >--' Ladysmith  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������    One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE   STREET-  - Ladysmith.  M  ti  Inddiibiy     branded     on the  sole     of       all     "LECKIE  Loots."   It stands (or "better   footwear for the same  money"��������� honest     western  footwear,   made by   western  people     for  western  trade.  They     arc  nil   leather and  bunt     foi\ service,    without  sacrificing   appeai'niicn,   ask  your     dealer for "LECKIE  BOOTS,''  and look for   the  above.      trademark  on    thc  sole 1 r    ���������  MANUFACTURED BY  LTD  MANUFACTURERS OF  LECKIE BOOTS  VANCOUVER,    BC  WM. MUNSIE, President J. W.  COBURN, Man. Director  Telephone^.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   PIDDICK   AMD  LADY SMITII-Shingles a Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers     of���������  Rough and Dr ssed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles. Mou   lings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring     and   Finishing    Limbec  ia   Stock  cTMONEY  TALKS,--  ���������AS LOUD  TO US   AS  ANYONE. .'     .        , ,  IF YOU ARE PAYING CASH FORYOUR  MEAT YOUR  DOLLARS  W  ILL   CO  FURTHER   IF  YOU   BUY   FROM  US   Our Cash Prices Cannot Be Beaten���������~^-  PAN NELL -&. PLASKET1  ''CALEDOnlAN"  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY   :o:���������>  R.P. RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :���������: :���������: ���������-: .���������: :-B.C-  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Rates $1.25 and$1.50--  Free baa to all steamboat, landing! and  railway depots.   Electric care every five  minutes to all parts of  the city,  and table.unexcelled.  Bar  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT ST.,  VANCOUVER B, C.  Under New Managment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnell & Woobank  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First Clais.  Commercial Mens' headquarters.  Fire Proof    Building.  HOTEL LELAND  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Granville and Hastings  streets-  Telephone,  1���������4.  I  THE COMrORTAMC WAV.  Read Down "  Read Dp ���������  9.55* in. Lv. Fernie Arr. 900 p.m.  10142 a.m. Ar. Kike Avr. B.io p. ra,  j j.30 p. m. Air. Rexford Arr 6.35 p.m  7. 45 p. m. Arr. SPOKANE Arr 9.30 a.m.'  7.30 a. m, Arr. Ererett Arr. 9 21 p.m.  9.00 a. m. Arr. Seattle , Arr. 8.00 p.m.  j.4S p.m.1 Arr. VAN COOVBR I������v. 400 pm  2.45 p. m. Arr." St. Paul I,v. 5.00 p. m  ONE NIGHT  To " Seattle and Vancouver  '     TWO   NIGHTS  To    Winnipeg and St. Paul  ' Close Connections  ���������;       For    Chicago, Toronto,  - Montreal and  All Points East & West  Acetylene     Lighted     Cars,  Family Tourist Sieepcis,  Palace Sleeping Cars  Dining     Cars (Meals a,  la  I Caite).  ', Library Observation      Cars  , Through     tickets and hag-  gage checks to ail points.  Steamship Tickets  For tickets, maps, berths  - reservation's     and complete  information     can on or ad-  . diess,  J AS.  SLOAN,  Agt. G.NR  FERNIE, B.  C.  TICKET   OFFICE  -o- ������  Cor. Government     and Yates St3.,  Victoria, B. C-  5  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  }  One of which is the famous "North  Coast Limited," ,  Tickets, on sale to au Eastern   and  Southern points at. lowest rates.  Up-to-date     Pullman    and     Tourist  sleepers'     on ail tiains.  Dining ,Car  service Unsurpassed.*  Steamship tickets on sale to and  from1 all'European points. Cabin 'accommodation reserved  by  wire/  CHRISTMAS  RATES   NOW  ���������EFFECT-  IN  HENRY'S NURSERIES  NEW CROP-  HomeOrown 8c Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     and FLOWER  SEEDS,  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS, ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.   For Spring planting. ' Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  3910 Westminster Road, Vancouver.  NOTICE.  ^_________ww_m  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,  will be prosecuted. '  HUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  Ladysmith. B.C.  '     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  i  i  !  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Worlcs* at  LADYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N.^Ry. or the Sea  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  General Manager.  W. J. WATSON, _  Smelter Manager.  i  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and' water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes or individually.  For     furthar    particulars    cail or  write the ollice.        Phone Main 456.  A. D" CARLTON,   ,       C. E. LANG  ' A.G.P.A.   N.P.,        General Agent  Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.C  i  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read   via  the  I-advsmith.  MISS BERTRAM,  B   C.  If you like���������^���������-  A; smooth,  easy  shave,  an even,  well-finished    beard trim, a good ,  bath, or a stylish Hair-cut.  You will go to  LADYSMITH SHAVING  -PARLORS'.'-  HIGH STREET.  The only line now- making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with . the  through trains from the Pacific  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.'  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHfe  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For, complete information ask' your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General  A gent,  720 2nd-Ave., Seattle.  THE CANADIAN BANK LADYSM,TH BAKERV  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  .Dea ers in  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  IB. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manage*  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ,    ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATE8:  $5 and under w    3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10......    6 cents  '������    $10        " " $30    10 cents  "   $30       " " $50   15 centa s  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in C, rmda of a Chartered Barih  (Yukon excepted), and at thc principal banking pointii   a. the United States*  KEOOTIAKLE AT A P/XBD BATE A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC' , LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of remittin   small laiims of vaonnf  with safety and at small   ;ost.  ^ASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED AND FRESH.  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to be de  ilvered at any time.  Employment Agency  Pianos and  Organs..   '  Ladysn, ic'i, S.C  LADYSMITH BRANCH  W, A, CORNWALL. Maaagw:.  CUBAN CIGARTACTORY  Manufacturers ofthe Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  None ba  Union I<abor   Employed  fl. J. BOOTH, Prop       |l  Dr. Dier can be found r.t   any time  at his ofTice on High" street. His dental work is guaranteed ' n be first-  class and rates reasonably at.  i  Si222g5!Sl|  HILBERT  ws:h DAItY LEDGER  X ���������������!���������������������������:��������� ���������������������������������-H-������-i-4 ���������!;������������������!��������� ������������������?������������������:������������������:������������������ i;*-h~:'*'H^"H^  Union  Brewing Co  NANAIMOVB.TC. ~  nanufacturere of the  DEATH  MASK STAMPS.  In {British Columbia  Lager Beer an:! Porter Guaranteed  Brewed  from the   Best Canadian Malt Run   Hops  4.I.+.J. ������.j. ^^rnr^V-^^H^^^l^  Brass Hearth Suites  i  Wc have just opened out some choice  Kerbs and Brasses  in Suites, all  to match.   The ' designs    a  handsome Suggestive of the Louiis   Period  Colonial Massive  square .  Hails, set  arc  decidedly . novel and     , .  : with 'a"dash 'of'     the  a\\\e  square,  Hails, set diagonally,, heavy, moulded  ~" Brass Bases and  Scroll   Supports.    The  Dogs' in each design are.'  attached to. the Kerb, adding  dignity  to  its  appearance,  and     of-  great utility. - . , "* ���������',.:'. .  COMFOPIT   on the HEARTtl  is one of the fust considerations'in  the successful  furnishing     of  ��������� each room.   The effect'of a handsome I-Iic-irUi" Suite-'is 'very striking it adds a "tone"  to ,the .surroundings  unattainable Un oth-   ;  er ways. >    ' .. , ,  .   These new suites all  priced at '   ;   ." - [  $15.00.      $16.00,    "$1800,  ,   $20.00,      $25,00 Complete  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at shore   notice.  .Drill Sharpened by  ���������������  ways gives satisfaction.   Picks .hand! ed and repaired.        '  Ships mi triing    in  ait     its , Si-aci'ii s  Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmittis.  R. LAWSON  Buller Street   -    -   '-    '-    udyemith, b 1  \x  LA C /SMITH TRANSFER CO.    x  the  Servian  Is������ue   Which  la  In  Dt.  inn ml Amonit  Collectors.  According to a Belgrade correspondent, the publication of tbe story of  Queen Natalie's intrigue to revevg*  herself 011 Servia, followed by the sudden withdrawal by tbe postal autbori  ties of all the new coronation stamps,  is the cole topic of conversation  throughout the Balkan states.  In orCcv to celebrate King Peter'*  coronation thc Servian government" de  eided to issue a series of large postal  labels bearing the new monarch's portrait beside that of his ancestor Kara  george.      ,    -  .The engraving was unfortunately In  trusted to a Frenchman named Mou  chon, a person, it, is alleged, verj  friendly toward Queen Natalie, and hi  very skillfully introduced into the de  sign for the nc\y postage stamps lh<  guastly features of the queen's murder  eU son, King Aloxiindor.  A vast number of the coronatioi  stumps were issued to the public befor<  Jt became known lo the authorities  that the new issue was regarded hy  many of King rotor's superstitious  Riibjeels as a '���������heavenly sign" that th* I  new monarch's reign was to'be "brie."  and' bloody."  lf���������one of the new stamps be held op-  ���������Ide down the unmistakable death  mask of King Alexander may bo seen,  formed by -i povlion of King Peter's  * bead with that of bis ancestor, Kara-  george. The nostrils of the two heads  together form the eyes of the murdered monarch, the mustaches make the  eyebrows, and the eyebrow and eye of  Karageorge form King Alexander's  nose and mouth.  Tbe "death mask stamps," as the new  'issue   has   become   known,   have   undoubtedly made a great impression iu  the army and among the uneducated  classes.  "I learn on the best authority,'; concludes the correspondent, "that the  government is making desperate efforts  to buy up as many of the dangerous  labels as possible and is even sending  agents abroad to ^France, Germany  and England to secure them at any cost  from speculators ami foreign stamp  dealers."���������London News.  PECULIAR AND  PERTINENT  ���������a���������  The Alsatian city of Mulhauscn not  o'liy provides free haths for its school  1 children, but free medical inspection  'and dental treatment  f Submarine Signalling has been tried  'successfully in the Mersey. The Lu-  caina hoard the. hen at a distance of  nine and a half liiipts while she was  at full speed.       * ,  IV. L. JSelchci, who has been exploring Colorado for the past ten years,  has discovered in a cave .*. carved  war god which he believes to be more  than one hundred years old.  When an Atlantic steamship has on  hoard what is termed a "full mail"  she is carrying about 200,000 letters  and three hundred sacks of newspapers to London alone, besides largo  ..quantities for iolher places.  A curious well in. Canada produces  sand instead of water. The sand  comes iip in a fme stream, like water  The force which doves it to the surface from a depth of one hundred feet  has not yet been discovered.  ...Joanna .Maestrich of Berlin was fox  eight years Oporto'.s champion bull  fighter. The young woman, further-  moie. was r.eautifui. In 1303 she  she won the first prize at the Lizbon  bcauly show.  A newposiage stamp has jjeen is-  Hicd in Toldo for use in the'protcc'to. j  rate of Korea. It bears tho chrysanthemum as the emblem of Japan,  the plum blossom as symbolical of  ' Korea,  and  two  pigeons representing  the postal seivicc. ^   ,  I Balbino Daviios, of the City of  ] Mexico, a well known litterateur,  1 who has translated mto Spanish  'some or the best American poetry,'  has    been     appointed to the1 Mexican  it must not huil  his clansman.  Tha  scorpion  men of  Senegamhia  declare  that the most deadly scorpions  will  run over their bodies  without hulling them.    Theie is a snake dan   in  Australia   which  holds   to   a similar  belief.   Among the ciocodilc clan   of  the! Bech'uaiias if a man is bitten by  a crocodile or even has water splashed on him by one he is expelled from  the  clan' as one  est earned  unworthy  by the totem.   o ������������������  "MEDICINES"      ARE  UNDER THE  BAN.  Lewistcn,   ladho.���������Deputy  Revenue  Collector Fred.  Wh'.le is sending nonces  to all  druggists and  merchants  dealing   in    patent    medicines made  chiefly of intoxicating Ii^fcirs, inform  ing them-that     to-continue in that  business they, must take'out a liquor  dealer's  license     'from    the   Ihnted  States  government.  The new order  from  thc trsasury  department  will have a sweeping   effect.   T*ropr.etors   of  general   stores  at cross-road places, who have been  in the habit of handling patent medicines of all Muds for their trade will  find   it necessary  to cut  out  a gocd  share ,of the drugs, or pay the govern  ment license.      The  new  order  goes  into effect December  1st, and       Mi.  White is notifying all dealers  in   his  d litrict  to be prepared for  it.       The  order reads in  part'  "Aino/if? the various alcoholic compounds now on the market, advertised and sold as medicine under the  name of whiskey, bitters, tonic, cordials, etc., there arc .some tjiat arc  composed chiefly of distilled spirits,  or mixtures thereof, without 'the addition of drugs or medic nal ingredients in suflicirnt quantities to change  materially U'ie character of the alcoholic liquor.  ,"It is held  that  the statute       requires .   the exaction of this special  tax  from  the  manufacturer  of every  compound  composed   of distilled  spirits,  even  though drugs  are declared  to      have been  added  thereto,   when  their presence is not discoverable   by  chemical analysis,  or it is found that  IT PAYS TO BUY  at  Weinrobe's  GIVEN AWAY FREE  - r  Silverware & Jewelry Will be Given Away FREE  HERE ARR A FEW OF THE  LATEST  DESIGNS? VIW ELEGANT   SILVERWARE  AND JEWELRY, WHICH WE  ARE GIVINF    AWAY FREE AND WITHOUT CHARGE.  __ From' now on until the Is t of January, 130C for the    Coupons  we have been giving for free Silverware,  we win give the following articles:  It win give you a ch'ance to get  Christmas     gifts for your friends.  presents free of charge for  Our prices are the lowest  lack by trading in our store.  and  you     Can get 10 per cent.'  SILVERWARE  eiiihassv stall at  Washington and will the vi'Uantity of drugs in 1 the prepaTa-  accoinpany     Ambassador- Casasus to tiowisso small as to hayejio _api*rc-  thc United States.  Giaud  Duke    "Constance  is said to     be the most cultured Romanoff nowMiving. -      ,    ''  Augustus St. Gaudcns, the sculptor  has completed     his plans and is now  working on the clay model  of Mark.  Hannj,     which is to    be r c'rected"in  Cleveland.  ciahle effect  on the  alcoholic  liquor  .,      .   'of which the compound is mainly or  of Lussia,JaI.gely comroscd.M  CREAM PITCHERS  SUGAR BOWLS  BUTTER PLATES & KNIVES  CAKE PLATES  FRUIT DISHES  CRYSTAL AND SILVER  BREAKFAST CRUET  FANCY DECORATED CHINA  BREAKFAST  CRUET  DESSERT FORKS, ,  DESSERT KNIVES  JEWELRY  GENTLEMANS* WATCH GOLD  FILLED & SOLID SILVER'  MENS' GOLD PLATED CHAINS  LADIES' SOLID GOLD RINGS  MENS', SOLID GOLD RINGS  LADIES' SOLID GOLD  BRACELETS  LADIES'S  BROOCHES  J  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD    FURNITURE MOV  ED PROMPTLY A  ND SAFELY.  Stables in the rear of the Lad ysmith hotel.  Abbots  ford.  Leave orders at   the  williams an) v\st-:r  X  X  X  toiX9X������X������X������X������XoX9X������X������X������X������X������X9X������X������X������X������X*X*X������X*  i  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK   A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  LADYSMITH  X  X  X'  X PHONE 66  The Earth'** Internal He&t.  Whether the internal heat of the  earth was in the first place due to this  presence of radio active matter or to  other causes is a very debatable question, for the answer involves considerations of the origin of the earth as a  member of the solar system. Whatever  view may be taken of this problem,  there can be no doubt that the discovery of the distribution of radio active  matter in the earth throws grave doubt  on the validity of those calculations of  the' age of the earth which are based  on the assumption that it is a simple  ���������cooling body and tcuds to show that  the present internal beat will be maintained for a much longer interval than  was at first supposed.  On this theory of the maintenance of  tbe internal heat no definite limit can  be set for the age o������ the earth, fcut  some deductions can be made of the  probable variation of the internal neat  within time.���������Professor Ernest Blither-  ford iu Harper's Magazine.  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  BUGGIES FOR HIRE -:���������: :���������: See J. KEMP, or leave orders with  BLAIR &  ADAM  .FIRST AVENUE  'PHONE 2-4.  W. SILER.  GENEKAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  r>  Leave orders at the Abhotsford.  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  M. R. SIMPSCS  Solicitor,  Etc  Money  to  t   Avmie  Loan  LADYSM 1  High St.  Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS,  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. 686, F.  0. E.     :-:        :-:        :-:       :-j  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30. p.m.   Worthy  President.  B. Folrcimraer;     Worthy  Secretary,  C- H. Rummings.  A Story of Tom Watnon.  (Before Thomas E. Watsou attained  to Ills present confidence while addressing audiences he had several misadventures oil the platform. On one occasion be was speaking to a mixed  crowd not far from bis home and wa9  blazing away in good style when a  Singularly beautiful young woman entered the hall. The orator, impressed  with the girl's loveliness, lost the  thread of his discourse;, hesitated and  finally stopped. The audience, not understanding his embarrassment, encouraged him with cries of "Go on,','  but Watson knew he could not respond  with good effect. His quick wit came  to his rescue, however. Stepping to  the front of thc-platform, be said in a  low voice, "Ladies and gentlemen, I  should be glad to continue, but the lady  who has just come, in fairly took my  breath away." Then he sat down amid  a hearty round of applause.  WHAT TOTEMISM IS.  It is inteiesting to note that tote-  mi.sm  is found   not  only___in_,.Alasika.  but among  the  NorUi^nierfcW   Indians,,    the' .aborigines '. of Australia,  the     Hottentots of Africa, and eACn  the hill tiibes of_ India. Totems are  also common among 'the Samoans..  Briefly  thc totem is  the badge of a  clan or tribe,  but  it signifies   a great  deal more than mere political or social alliance    It is iiot  only  a tribal  emblem,  but also a family sign, not  meiely  a symbol-of nationality,  but  also an expicssion  of  religion;      not  simply  a bond of union among primitive peoples,  but also  a regulator of  the marriage laws and of other   social institutions.    A totem has been  -defined as  "a class of  material     ob-  pcots   which a savage  regaids     wit|i  superstitious  icspcct,   believing", that  there exists  between   him and ������Very  member of the class  an intimate rand  special  relation."  Among   the Ojihway   Indians there  aie no lower   than   twenty-three "difii  dent totems.   Nine of these'are quadrupeds,   marking out   the wolf,   the  hear,      thc  beaver  and 'other clans,  eight are birds, live arc fishes      and  one is the snal������e.  ' Scmie   cxtra"orci*Lnary   superistitions  regarding- totems  prevail in  Samoa.  Thus      it is belicied  that if a tin tie-  man eats of a turtle he will      grow  \ery ill,  and  the voice ol the turtle  will be heard inside him saying' "He  ate me.    lam killing   him."   If a banana man uses a banana leaf for      a  cap heJ>������ecomes   bald,    if a butterfly  nia'i    ^catches  a'butterfly it   strikes  him dead.    If a fowl man eats a fowl  dcliriumi  and  death  iesiiilts,   and   so  on,  all  going to  show   that  the   totem has something cf the ijjiallty of a  fetich as well us the significance of a  family emblem.  Regarding totem'sm, it is to be  noted that the relation, of mutual  help and protection includes 'also the  totem itself���������that is to say, if la man  takes care of his tot em he expects  the totem to return /the compliment.  If   the  totem is  a dangerous   anini'vl  B, S. We in robe,  HIGH STREET,  LADYSMITH, B.  mmwtm mimmmnmrn���������mmeam  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal  lands  may  be puiehas-'  ed at $10 per acre for soft, coal   and  $20  for  anthracite.   Not more than  320 acres can be acquired by one individual or company.   Royalty at the  rate    oi ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds    shall     be collected on  the  gross output.  Quartz���������A free miner's certif.cate is  granted upon payment in advance of  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from'$50 to $100 per annum for  a company, according to capital.  A free miner, having discovered-  mineral in place, may locate a claim  L500 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 I  locator  may,   upon  having  a survey  made, and upon complying with other requirements, purchase the land at  $1 an acre. 1  The patent provides for the pa5'-  nient of a royalty of 2| per cent on  the sales.  PLACER mining claims generally  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5, renewable yearly.  A free" mmer may obtain two leases to dredge  for gold  of  five miles  each for a term of twenty years, renewable at the descretion of the Minister of the Intsrior.  The lessee shall have a dredge    in  operation:within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles.  Rental, $10 per annum for each mile  of river Beased.   Royalty at the rate  of 2$ per cent collected on the output after it exceeds  $10,000. |  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the In-  erior.  DESIGNS  TRADE-MARKS   ���������  AND COPYRIGHTS  OBTAINED  ��������� ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY  ��������� Notice in "Inventive Age "  ��������� Boot "How to obtain Patenta"  ' Charget moderate. No fee till patent 1b aecureu.  Letters strictly confidential. ��������� Addroia,  ' E. G. SIGGERS, Patent Lawyer, Washington, D.C.",  Exonerated.  Three-year-old Jack had pulled ���������  large bunch of nasturtiums iu hit  grandmother's yard, though strictly forbidden to touch the flowers. A *our|  martial was held, with jrrandwv oa  Judge advocate.  "Jack," she said, "who polled gran*  ma's flowers?"  With n sad countenance the beautiful  little fellow replied, "Kathleen" (hta  elder sister).  Then the grandfather, a rather erteru  old gentleman and a great stickler for  truth, spoke up.  "Jack, be a man and say, 'I did it!* "  W'tb a beaming expression of relief  Jack cried out, "Oh, yes; grandpa did  It!"���������Judge.  The   Royal   "We."  There has beeu a tendency of latff  years on the part of royal personages  to discontinue the use of we and substitute I. Before the reign of Richard  I. "I" (Kgo) was alwnj'S used, Rlcluird  being the first sovereign in Europe to  use the royal "we" (Nos). What gavti  rise to tht> chaugo is a moot point  Richard I. wns the first king to scnl  with a seal of arms which bore two  lions, and it has been suggested that  the lions were typical of the royal "we"  nud occasioned its uue.  We.   QiiCHlloncd Too  Closely.  Teas���������You and Miss Sere dou't seem  to be.good friends. What's the matter?  Jess���������Why, she remarked that 6bo  was twenty-four years old, and���������  Tess���������And j'ou doubted it?  Jess���������Not at all. I merely said, "Of  Bourse,     but     when?"  :>U  Kootenay  Steel  Range  Any  Kind  i  of  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  At  TIIE  LEDGER  Office  PAINT! NG,  PAPEkHANQlNCi  *-:tc:  worb   done   properly   ,uid  ai  prices.     Shop and  residence  in  >f Ladysmith Hotel.  J    E   SMITH.  Pr*  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  r   PRICES. ���������   .  r_ ���������   ��������� 1 i     'it   '���������  Repairing and making to order ' at  speciality,  THOHAS   MCE WAN     '���������  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B'.'c! "��������� ���������  NOTICE.        , '  , "\,,  From     this date tbe, undersigned -  will not  be responsible , for any indebtedness     incurred except on <    a  written oracr signed by the secretary,  Rowland Machin. ���������'  V., I. EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C. May 18th. 1905.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will apply at thc next regular sitting of the Licensing Bterd  for the transfer of the ratail liquor  license held by him for the Portland  Hotel, located on lot 5, Moek 2, lat  Avenue,  City cl Ladysmith,  t������ Job*  Gogo. ANGELO  TATJB. ,  Russell  Simpson,  Solicitor f#r applicant.  Ladysmith, B.  C, Octaher 4,  1905.  Colds  It ahapld be bona in nind that  evenr cold weaken* tha laaga, low-  on tha vitality and pnfwre* the  Cor tko moara eeriens *ai������-  ���������mong mbieb mn tha two  flWrorw of fennaa Ufa,  Qfeandooz*  Burns Coal, Coke  or Wood  Two sets of grates are  supplied with every  Kootenay Range���������one for coal and the other for coke or wood���������  and the flues are wide and deep, with no square corners, to that  the ashes and soot produced by soft fuels cannot clog up the  smote and draft passages.  This feature of the Kootenay Range is a decided success.  The grates are so easily changed that o hoy can perform  the operation.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.   Booklet free.  1st   Avenue  Chamberlain's  Caugh Remedy  aaa.wan its gupJkw\_m-\ rttj kgr fte  peaajfja enrta of tub most coimnoa  aikntftni. It aid* Mji���������BMiMum, relieves Que Umgt aad. ������fwns th������  ���������eexwrfona* effecting a V������dy ���������**  panaanetit cub. B cowtaracto  gt_y te&dttwtf tewasd ji���������hiiibii  . "Pric������ 25c, L������r<������ Size 5*>c    z  London,      Toronto,  Vancouver,  Montreal,      Winnipeg,  St. John, N.B.  Public  Notice  Attention is called to ''.he   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 unautu-  orized users of the electrical   flour purifying processes  will be pro-"  apcuted.  Ogilvie Hour Mills Company Li mi ted  only    millers ia Caaaiawhose     Flour  are tiie  is purified by the  electric process --. .pf.  ,. i^W*  \  ME   DAltY   tfeDGEfc  iSSSm  cans  333  3E  LOCAL HEMS  TO LET���������Furnished Rooms, with or  without board. Corner 3rd Avenue  and High Street.  STRAYED���������On my property, ona  dark bay horse about 14 hands high,  about 10 or 12-hundred, wvth hrand  resembling a half-circle X. Owner  can have same by paying keep of  horse.  DAVE DAVIS.  THE CITY BAKERY  THE  BEST,  AND  NOTH*rNG  B������T    THE BEST  X BREAD ��������� CAKES ��������� COOKIES ��������� and ��������� |PIES X  A ���������������������������D assortmeat ef FRESH C ���������NFECTI*������N������ftY  1ST AVE.  A. LUCAS  PHOTOS���������Frieze &��������� Schenck  havo reopened their Ladysmith branch   at  the  old   stand.    For the next     tea  days   photographs  from   J2.SO      per  'dozofl up.   Come today.  FOR RENT.--Four    room house en  '   Warren Street.     Apply this office-  ���������:o ���������  ,    Mrs.   A.   J.  McMurtric was  a passenger to Nanaimo at noon today.  /  -���������o���������  Mr.   Geo.   Cassiily  went  up  lo Nanaimo,on  the noon train.  Smoke Bi������ B  Cigar.  Misses Ramsay and Codmrn went up  to Nanaimo at noon today.  Mrs. II. > Cecil returned on thc noon  train from Victoria, where she has  been spending several days.  Mr. mid Mrs. W. J. Watson entertained a number of friends at their  lesidencc on the water-front last  evening.  Rrv. T.  V. Rodo-crs left for   Victoria this morning.   Mr. Rodgcrs h.   .  spent about a fortnight in xhis c-.i.y.  ���������������������������  Mr.  A.  J. ,McMurlrie roturncH this  morning    from   a hunting  expedition  up   the line.   IJe had splendid  sport  and .brought    a large quantity      oi  game home with him.   "  ���������    The hallowe'en social   which     was  to  have  taken   place in  the Presbyterian ,church on  the evening of Tuesday    next has  been postponed  until  November 21st.  The Ladysmith Pharmacy gives no  tice that a bottle of Porter's An.ti-  ceptic Healing Oil will be given with  out cost, to anyone call ng for the  same until further notice.  ���������   Today beuig the last Saturday  in  the  month,   a meclinfr,  of  the   Board  of Schcol  Trustees  will   he .held'    in  the council chambers tlvis evening.  PAINTING   AND TAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done  Orders Promptly  Executed  S. ROEDDING   -  -   LADYSMITH  DANCING CNUB  A    MEETING   OF  THE   ABOVE  CLUB  ON  MONDAY, OCT.  30th AT  S.p.m.    SHARP,     AT   A.   SMITH'S  (the Mint).     GENTLEMEN  WISHING TO ENROLL,  AND MEMBERS  WILL  KINDLW-vTTEND.  that a future match  fercntly.   '  will' result d������f-  Latircl Rebei'.ah Lodge No. 9 will  give a Hallowe'en social for 4he Oddfellows and their friends in the Odd-  fellows' hall on Tuesday c\cning next  Oct. 3Lsi. The sisters promise a  pleasant evemng. No admission will  lie charged.  Everybody's  for. November  Knight's.  CUMBERLAND.  at  Anthony     Hope's latest boot, "A  Servant of  the Public,"  at  Khight's  Hook Stoic  The Presbyterian church was packed  to the doors  last evening    when  ilie. Rev.  Mr. Rodgcrs brought to   a  conclusion  his series fff  evaii'iclistic  services,    lie. ������ave an eloquent -   discourse on  "The Blood,"   which was  greatly ^appreciated ,by  bis   hearers.  ���������Mr.   Rotlgers will return  from     Victoria this even ma,  lo preach at the  service    in   the   Presbyterian   church  tomorrow  ni^-ht.  Call ia  and  get a free bottle      of  anticeptie    healing  oil   at   the  drug  store. It is a good thing to  keep  o������  hand.    Call  sooa  or it   will be too  Jate.  (From the Nows Oct. 25.)  Much disappointment  was expressed yesterday aftciroon when a rumor  was started that the wrestling'match  was off.   This  was not  the case,     it  subsequently      proved,   but  Johnson  had declined  to put up ihe remaining  $J5,  urging as a rc-iason  that lie  had been injured in training and was  under the doctor's "Cure, and lor the  same reasons claiming immunity, un-  tlcr the articles,  from forfeit.   ' He  would, however, wrestle Cray for the  gate receipts and  after fuiili'er nogo-  lions this was agreed to.  At 8.30 A. McKcnzic and Joe  Stant led off in a preliminary, uvo  out of three, won by MoKenzie, and  at about 9.30 the two local champions locked gi'ips. c It was ovidjnt *  that Johnson was not -.������ condition  whether frorti overtraining or ill  health   was  hard   to   determine,   ond  lit seemed     to   many   that  he should  not ha\e gone on  the mat at     all.  I Cray, on the otfter hand,  was in the  pink     of condition,  as round  as       a  baby and muscular as an ox.     Then  came     an hour of  wearying  feinting  and spainiig for-advantage,  with an  occasional piece of clever  work Loin,  both men, and at about one hour and  forty-five minutes  Johnson gave   up  the match.  A large audience had gathered   to  witness' the aflTwr,   but there is     no  doubt that  the hit<h  in  proceedings  lirgcly  Ivillcd  the interest which has  l.cen  keen.    If Johnson  was- physiical-  ,ly unfit, and  his appearance on     the  mat     seems    to    bear ilils out���������he  should  not  h-i\e  wrestled,  let     the  forfeit    go, and ma'le a' matcli when  he was certain his  health would    not  fail him.   He  lias plenty of friends to  see  him  out,      who  even yet 'assert  Mr. Thos. Bonnet was removed to  the hospital on Thursday evening siuf-  ferinsr from the effects of blood-poison iv** rtio. result, of an accident to  liis loot, he having stepped on a rusty nail three months ago. It is sincerely hoped by His many friends  that nothing serious will result from  the mishap-   '  Many visitors from TTnion Bay were  in   town   to  see the  wrestling match  on Monday night.   Among others was  Air.      J.   Humphreys,   who returned  InsT. Saturday morning  from a visit  to Scuttle.by the steamer Escort No  2.   The tug left the "wharf at 5^'p.m  Wednesday, towing the barge Baroda  loaded, and made, the trip to Seattle  in  ten  hours  and forty-five  minutes,  boating     the    Pilot by eight hours.  Captain Fulmar, ol the  Escort,-   is  naturally  proud  of his  vessel's    performance. '  Thc      C.P.R.    exploration  party,  wlr.ch was operating near Campbell  River some few days ago, went/into  winter  quarters  at home,  after  several     months   work  in  the  woods.  Speakling of     the trip, one of     the'  party   reiiinsr a ii'iCTiiing experi|mce  w th  wolves on  the Qunisam.  The guide and two packers, tliese  last a couple of young  Nanaimoites,  while resting on the trail, saw      a,  large wolf break cover close ahead,  and  a little later a smaller one. The  guide took after the big ono,     soon  getting a shod, but failing to score.  Instantly the woods rang with wolves' howling, at some little distance  around, but not a sight of the     ani- '  mals could be obtained.     Returning  to  the  place he Imd left his      companions���������only a few yards���������the guide  found their packs, but no men, when  a faint     cry caused him to look up,  YOUR POCKET  B)0K  Is well guarded  when  you trade here. The  store has a reputation tor fair prices.  No Man Pays Too Much  Have you ever seen  the equal of our) suits  at $io and $i2.5 >  Our      Overcoats    at  $io and $������3.5o  Our $i.25 and $2.00  Trousers  Our $1 a garment underwear, all wool.  Our 75c to $1   Shirts.  You can't match our  Clothes and Prices  : at the same time  hours' fishing, was set upon and near  ly devoured by an immense wolf,  who appeared suddenly from th������ interior of the horse,- Tie having first  ldlled poor Dobbin and eaten for hi'm  self a sanctuary,internally in la  Bronze Bull. However, the much-  hunted men were finally induced to  resume their  loads and  proceed. ���������  $50���������Per acre for 5-acre blacks 1 aula  from City.  $375���������Cash secures a fiae resldeace ia  thc choicest part oi the city. Oalj  $244 more to pay at the rata of  $12 per month. Owner has invested over $609 in improvements.  Water laid on. Fiae garde*.'  ���������^������������������>���������t________m���������_���������*-___���������M_M������������*w^w������������Hiirjrakr������  $280���������Cash    and   $490 on mortgage  buys two lots each 66x128 oaly a  few yards  from pest-offiee.     Fiae  iavestment. -  $500���������Cash and balanorj on time buys  two first-class    stores in business  portion of city.'  For Rent���������A nice store on First Avenue.  For Rent���������A nice two-roomed si ere  40  Misses' and  JACKETS  JUS! ARRIVED, NO I WO AUK t  For     Rent���������Nice two-roomed, cabin  near station.   ,  /  Walters &  Akenhead  Deeds,  Wills,    Mortgages,  Co������-  tracts and Agreements Drawn.  J. STEWART  Conveyancing     *      Notary Public  '       *        i.  Phone, 3. i ���������  P. O. BOX a68  . Appointments may be made at any  time for dental work at Dr. ��������� Dier'g  on High street   ' st    /  Best material and goods, value from  * ���������     '    '  $2.75 to $7.50  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd,  GATAORE 8T  IADYSMITH  o  and, each hugping  t/}ie trunk  of      a  hemlock tree some twenty feet   from  the ground,  were the two  poor   fellows, who came to earth and explain  ed  that they had been set upon by a  band  of savage   wolves  and  literally  chased up thc trcos.   One .of them, in  support of his theory of the vicious-  ness of the wolves, related a harrowing  tale  of how" a man   at  Nanaimo  Lakes had  tied his horse to- a tree,  aiwl     when he returned after several  -o-������������������.  Now the long evenings have come,  get your reading matter at Knight's  Book'Store.  NOTICE.  Notice is liereby given that the first  sitting of the Court of Revision of  the City of Ladysmith will be held  in the Council Chambers, iLadysmitii;  on Wednesday, 2!)th November, at 7  p.m.  J.  STEWART,  C.M.G.  W. G. Fraser  MerchantTailor;  .^'.,r��������� .,..���������.''.-,' -.-        ���������������'..'    ' J(i8t|Avenue) ' ,  Pall Stock   on   hand. Call early arid  :T && your choice  " The Copper Queen mine has commenced to ship ore to the Oroftcn-  Miieiter, and i+ now ready for another shipment.  Mrs,     J.  Stewart, of Chemainus,  ���������was      a'vis'ilot   in  I.adysmiitii   uus  morning.   . o   CHURCH NOTICES  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  R������v. R. Boyle, paitor.  Morning Service���������11 a.m.  Evening  scivicc���������7 30"  p.m.  Evening   Service���������7   p.m.  Bible study 'class, Wednesday evern-  ��������� ing at-7.50.;-3      : '*���������"-��������� ���������' --���������  -   Thc  Rev.^'^'JgcKhrqrs^ will   preach  at the cveninfr: service. '  CHURCH OF ENGLAND.  Morning Service���������11  a.m.  ���������    Children's  Sunday School���������2.30.  Evening service an'l s.:rmon^-7 p.m.  Rev. K. Howea...Rector.  METHODIST CHURCH.  Rev. W. C. Schlicliter, pastor.  Morning Service���������11 a. m.  Evening Service���������7 p.m.  HAY, GRAIN and  FARM PROriUbf  Ordert will be delivered anywhere  ha the city promptly and at the lowest possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, on tfc������  EaplanaiM.  James Warnsck  UNOLEUM AND OILCLOTH  Sale of Mineral Claims  ��������� SOUTH NANAIMO ASSESSMENT   DISTRICT.  I lieroLy give notice that ������n Monday, the 6th day of November^ A.D-, 1905, at the hour of 11 o'clock a  hercn.ar.er sellout^^nT^hv^'"10' l sha11-offe1' ^ ***> by public auction the Mineral Claims in tl.e list  ncie.na.tei set out, or wh.ch t rown Grants have been issued, for all unpaid taxes accrued due and payable  ou the 30th day of June, 19������������������5. a������d  for the expenses of advertising  this notice.  If the taxes and expenses of advertising, as set out in said list, are not paid to me on or before the  day of sale, tiie-claims may be sold to the highest bidder and a conveyance executed to the purchaser of all  rights and interest in said claims legally allienaled by the Crown by the Crown Grants thereof  Tn .the event of there being no purchaser or if the price offered shall not be sufficient to pay the taxe*  and  expenses,  the land shall absolutely revert to thc Province and   Crown   Grants   thereof shall  Le deemed  'aid.  LIST  "ABOVE MENTIONED.  Name *f Persoa  Name of CI  Forbes Auuic E.  9*  Forbes, Jauaes  Forbes,  Robert  :   '  ������       i ���������  iStoneway  [Lucky Jaci(  Vaiiderbill  Milner  B.   C.  JWnaeapolis  Veteoa  Paystreak  Claim Description of  I     Claim  (Total  Taxes  Unpaid  (Expenses  and  Costs  Lot 72 Texads  Lot 79 Texada  Lot 70 Texada K. fl3  Lot 77 Texada Is. flO  Is. (12  is. fia  25  50  50  50  Lot 71 Texada Is. flO f 25  Lot 78 Texada Is. J 9 ; 75  Lot 73 Texada Is.|l2 : 75  Lot 75 Texada Is.������13 r 75  2,���������  2' "  2_"  2- "  ���������2;"'  2';"  9 '. "  2_"  Hammer  GCiris ait  20 PR-'CE'Nt  Discount for  CASH  WMmwmmwm_ttmmG!-_tA!a__w^^  Saturday Bargains  We have decided to reduce  our stook of  HAMMER GUNS  'So  offer these snaps  for  Saturday.. -  The Ladysmith Hardware Co., Ltd,  Nanaimo,  1# Oct., 1995.  M.  BATE,  South Naaaime Assessment District,  Nanaimo,  B.  C.  From 35 cents to 75 cents per vard.  ilEFORE   SELECTING   YOUR   LE-  ^ NOLIUM,   COME   AND    TAKE  ���������-A   LOOK  OVER  25  NEW  DESIGNS.  HARD   FINISH   AND  VERY      ATTRACTIVE.        THE LATEST  AND BEST IN THE MARKET  FOR THE MONEY.  C PETERSON'S Store  Cor. 5th. and Roberts S  Store    Lately     Occupied  by   John  Thompson,   complete with   counter  a  fixtures.  Rent $15 per month, Apply to  RUSSELL SIMPSON  Have yisu tried  NABOB TEA?  Best 50c.  Ceylon Tea in the  arket  .wirlSSEfiSSfi  LOWWOM.%  WILLIAMS   ,JJLQGK.      ���������' -  ���������   ��������� TELEPHONE 8-7  AMERICAN  BOILED HAM  AND HAM  SAUSAGES  JUST ARRIVED���������  ���������A large Shipment of the very latest  Styles in LADIES' aoil GENTS' CHAINS, LOCKETS, BIHSS,  Elc-Ete.  CALL  M0  SEE  THEM  The PRICES ARE MODERATE for tiie BEST QUALITY ~3  "���������"������������������"B.FORCIMrtER  .    -.-'- * V  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER, OPTICIAN  First Avenue,   XXX      Ladysmith,   B. C  ���������MiMnBBWMBBBMMBMHWMMMrTIU WIIIUM I^Tl-'ffiffnffFaiMai"  .   COAL MINES REGULATION ACT  Notice of  Examination.  Notice  is hereby given  that' exam inatio'ns-will he pield for 1st, 2nd and  3x4 class certificates  of competency  under     the provisions  of the "Coal  Mines Regulation Act," on the 14th, lath     and  16th days  of November,  1985, commencing  at the  hour     of   9.30 o'clock in the forenoon.  Tht examinations 'will be held at Fernie,     Nanaimo and Cumberland.  The subjocts will lie as follows:  4h  r  1st Class Candidates |       2nd  class candidates I       3rd class candidates  ^f������l���������OK'.V.     ..tota :   Mining act and  Spc-  Mining act and  Spc-  Mining act and Spe  cial   Rules  cial  Rules  cial  Rules  Mine,- Gases .,  Mine  Gases  " Mine Gases and'  Ventilation  Ventilation  ��������� General Work'5'    '""  General Work  General Work  Mining Machinery  Surveying.  (-��������� -  Stoves  We are2making them or ths N ������ Wis i  ''-Styles.['  Pattern and gates'  WE DO ALL KINDS OF FOUNDRY WORK  -'Our Priees art Reaaona   hie  SEE ������UR   NEW STOVBS IN BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  '   f and at Ltdysmilh Hardware Company  LVOViliril R)U  STOV E WORKS CO,  LTD.  I :\i  DEffl',  //  Ciflifi AND ID1M.  'PH0NE  2-4  PH������Nfi 24.  giwimiiwi  Applications must be made to the undersigned, accompanied by the  statutory fee, as follows: .  By an applicant for Kirst and Second Class  Examination  $10.00  By an  applicant  for  Third  Class   Examination               5-'i0  The applications must he accompanied by testimonials <r clrlif'pd  o������pies thereof, (a) If a candidate for First Clasps, that he is a Piitish  subject and has had a,t least five years'experiencc in or about the practical  yarlcisj     of a coal  mine, and is at'   least  25  years  of age.  (fc.) If a candidate for ���������'.���������jcnu.d Class, that he has had'at least 1v#  years' experience in or about-t'-e practical working  of a coal  'nine.  (c) If a candidate for Third Class, that he has had at least l'.ee  years'   experience) in   or about  the  practical  working of a coal  ini-ic.  By order of the Board,  FRANCIS   H.   SHEPHERD  Secretary.  Nanaimo, B. C, September 30th,   1905.  TO POULTRY FARW**x,  j JOO-ACREFARM NEAR LADYSMITH  j Five acres cleared and cultivated, four roomed house  Five Poultry Houses, 5oo Laying Hens, one Plough,  Clover Cutter, Axes, Hammers, Saws and Took f ev-  I cry detcription, two Spray Pumps, $20 worth o*  I Blasting Powder, Wire Netting: six feet high co srinfc  3 1-2 acres. 2 i-"> Tons Hay, $20 worth New Laths.  Ri;Ie, Shot Gun and two good Sail Boats.  $450 Cash and $750 on Nortg&ge  J. ST WART,  P. 6. Box268. Ladysmith Phoney

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