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 'VM'"  ^,SLAtW*'ASBEMBLT.  The Ladysmith DailyJLedger  VOL.,2  PRICE MVE %*&&>  COUNTY COURT  CASES YESTERDAY  IjuSm:  Four cases  were up for hearing- at}defendant on a piemium on a policy  the county court, session yesterday,  held by His Honor Judge Harrison  In the co-se of Field vs. Hates, m  which the plaintiff asked for money  in payment of a board bill alleged  owing by defendant, Bates, Judge  llairison -made an order providing  for tlie payment of $2.50 monthly biy  Bates to Mrs.  Field, until such tunc  ol insurance, judgment was reserved  The case was gone into at considerable length, rK. Simpson appoaiiiwi,  for the plaintifl, while JUr. Moitfby,  of Victoiia, attended the interests  of thc defendant. <  Win.  Fiaser    entered    suit against  llonry Rland, foi  the lecovcry oi the  as amount of bill, together with sum of $21.00, alleged to have been  costs, shall hove been paid. The bill owing in payment of " rent for a  including costs, amounts to $90.75. house owned by the plaintiff, siluat-  Mt. Russell Simpson appeared .foi 'ed in Wellington. 'Judgment was  Mrs. Field. ' ! awarded    to  the plaintifl,    allowing  * In the case of iPanncll vs. Plaskett W and costs, the latter amounting  on which thc tormer ontcied suit lo HO. Mr. Simpson appealed for  foi the rcco\ciy of thc sum of.$HG\ pl.untill, and Mi. Barker, of Nanai-  which ho alleges  to have   paid     foi   mo, appealed for Iho .defendant.  AMERICANS,  IN HAVANA  SAFEl/.  IS SECURE  -        ���������*���������>'��������������� .i ���������   ���������  Toronto, Sept. 1 y. ���������That, Canada  and the United States have no division except that mapped" out by  tho engineers;, was one of thc'themes of a brilliant addiess by Hon.  A. S. Pinkerton of Mass., bjoloie Odd  Fellows nasi grand representative io  '" union m Massey hall'last night, lie  .aigued that Odd Fellows bouiul the  two peoples close together with in-  ecparable lin.' s. He claimed that  since individuals *t:crc unproved by  the Order, National Lif-f would bond  vanced..    ���������  "We may live,'" he said, "under  i.iuei'eat stagts, but as long as the  both flags are bonded together'," tho  safety of "the. world or of individuals  rest securely in the bands of a st rong  and conquering race. v ���������, ' .  - METHcBlSTT'"-''"  I    Ha\ana,    Sept.    l'J.���������Thc   , 'United  COW** CXxJb!rfJNCJtS!-:','*atc-S  cmist-i-   J>'-"-*iiioines   wall    sec  ictnry ot   War Tall  and assistant sec -j  ���������.oluiy   Uacon on boaid   enteiod ll.v  Montreal,   Sept.   ID���������At   tho   uioin- j������ana   llmboi    .it  seven o clock   'this  Uig session of tho Methodist General   morning.     The   causer    came     nom  conference the Missionary   committee  Florida at   tho  luodeiuie  sliced oi   1  decided    to report at the eailio&top-  .knots   in order   not   io   .nine     heio  portunity  m   lav or   ol"     the   appoint-   beioie daylight,  ment  of   two  secretaries  instead     ot J    At hail   past eight,  the captain  oi  one as  herctofoie,   one  secietaiy    to  lUi  ,,���������,.���������  -* Uw  port      com Oi������. il     Sonor U Kami,  devoto attentiou   to home work, and >  ..       .     - ,      ������������������, ,     *---*-���������    Cuban hetiuLuj   oi   State,     Mi.  other to foreign  work.   The cominit-  .        . , bloej>ei,  the   (ji.Jtod   Stales chat go  dc  tee,  however,   lecommends   one     ecu- ������  .    ,   .     , i    ���������      *     ,,   , ,,   Ailaiio*>,   and   lhe     repicsentaU\e   oi  tral nind     be     admin stored  by  one l  .      ���������,, ,. , tlie Associated l're-ss on boaid at the  board.     The committee on deaconess  .   ,  ,,        ,     .        same hour  Comiuandci   Coh\eii came  movement recommended the adoptioai  , ... *       ,i .   , ,    i     over Hum the cruicor Denver.  of a   constitution   for   the   e&tablish-  ment of a ccntial trauung school' ^os,s' s' T-*)-L ^uU BucOU luul ���������* lon������  and deaconess homos. Coiusc ol lllto--���������*-*-*- and puvato conteience witli  ���������study committee will ask confevenco &UU01 O Fan ell, altoi wards they talk  to decide course of study. . ud wlLh   conuiiandei  Colwell and oth-  The  Union  Church  committee     dc- ei&'    ������<*-*-��������� <--���������-*��������� i   Tall said, lie had   ai-  cided    to  recommend favorable     con-  l.un-6������a   teiUatnCly   to   bold   he-anu,gs  ,.  at  thc   homo  of   the    Aineucan  mm-  GETS LONG  SENTENCE   -M*"**--���������  -Seattle, Sept. IS).���������A sentence of*  S yen is in McNeil's Island' penitential y and a fine of ij.100 were imposed on John 0. We-ltjb-cJ. by Federal  Judge Haniord yesterday.  Webtper is one o'f tlPe most -notorious countcif-citci.**. woiking in the  west ami the local sect el seivicc ot-  liceis airested bun last February in  a looming house ou Fust Avenue.  Iri' his loom at the tinic ol his ar-  icst was a complete couuteifei tor's'  outfit and also about ",.1,700 mcoun-  teifeit coin.       - ,  Webjber has sci Vied sentences in Detroit, and Boise for counleifeltin-g.  .Ww-'-j-J--.-���������*������*������������������;  MITCHUL-CRiFtLD  HEARING IS ABOUT  10 IK END  -���������*������������������������������������%������  sidera'tion of the letter from elder  ot evangelical Association in regard  to Church union.       The Books     and  ister Morgan ju Alaiianao but that  no definite arrangements would be;  made  until   the   formalities  were  ov-  Publishinff   Committee   on   Iho   doc is- .,,,..,  ^ u 5 , ,      . .    .��������� oi.     Just below   ton  o clock  uie  'en-  inn of  tho Western  delegates not   to  ion oi  me fa tl|.c L     lanl]0li,   and  pi occeded   to  ������sk  for tho-cstablishmcnt   of   chmcii . ,, r���������    , ,,  asi-v 101   mi       ���������"��������� ��������� the  1)a)ate    vheic  Ale&sib  Tait     and  ^organ,   will   nslv   thc    conference      to  make   the "Christian  Guardian,"  l.acon  weie '   presented  to  fiesideivt  Seattle. Sept. 20. ��������� Mrs. Crefcld  went into de-Uails of her life after her  separation fiom Crefeld and stated  that she was Toiced^ hy her parents  to see-ine a divorce fiom him, although she did not dc&iie to do so.  Later aflei the release 'of the man  from the penilenliaiy she told how  she was cillcd to him and how she  fell his presence with hei continual  ly. ' Then she recited' the details oJ  theii second marriage. i  She Lecitcd thc facts bearing-/on the  prediction -made by Ciefeld that he  would h'c lyllcd and said that on tho.  evening previous to his death he had  stated that he was soon to he tak  en fiom this earth. Mis. Ciefeld  dcclaicd she had no loason for thinl;  nig this would ' occur and that it  must have been a demonstration oi  the supeinatuial poweis which convoyed the idea  to his mind.  Shoi tly after the shooting of hei  husband she said she was called bjy  Cod lo avenge the death -and at  once begun the plans for thc -fiction.  Agiain it same to her, she said thai,  Estci Mitchell was the chosen one,  and as the same command caine to  the youngci woman at lhc same  timo it  was so decided.  When, asked regarding her feelings-  a.s^ to -the possible consequences ol  (he ciimc, the witness dcclaicd she  is willing to sullei foi it and moio  that she is anxious  to  die.  "I know my Heavenly Fathei ap  pioves of the act." she said, " and  know that if I had not ob������eyed the  command to aid in the killing ot  Mitchell I would have suAuied during ihe ie.sl, ol my life. II I had  (o do it over again 1 would do  just as I did. ,. If God told nic to  kill othejs 1  would do so."  Mrs. Crefeld denied the statements made . bj/. her- at thc police  station allei the shooting and said  that she had -not told thc tmth  at that time, because she did not  want people to make light of her  icligious belief. Later, she said she  had come lo the conclusion that it  was time lo tell hor  real motives.  The woman stated that sh-e has,  oftentimes v.anted to take hei life,  and .would do so if God so willed.  She said ihe had no grievance  against M-ilchell, but Ihat Clod had  willed hei to kill the -man.  When Esther Mitchell was called  to the stand in the afternoon, she  was cool and collected as usual, but  thcie was a slight tinge on her  cheek that was not noticedWle in the  older woman , She lecitod ma.ny of  the answeis to /.{tics lions asked her  just as Mis. Ciefeld did. Her lccit-  al of the cucumstajices surrounding  the shooting of her brother, and thc  leasons for giving the misstatement!  at the police station were almost  identically the same as those made  by by Mis. Crefeld.    -  .In speaking of the possible consequences of the deed,  the girl said  "I wanted to see my biothci punished for shooting Mr, Crefeld. I  realized lie was 'my brother and admit the feeling was unusual under ordinary circumstances, but he did a  gie.il wiong and should have been  punished.    When I   was told   'lv^ God  APPALING  STORY OF  CHI D NEGLECT  ���������������<������-  ONE OF the most appalmg and  heai t  rending   stones  of  child  neglect  over  li.'ai-l   of  on    (he-  racific  Coast  s-ayb   Tne-.tl.15'&  Vancouver      WoiJd   was  brought     to  Vancouver jeslerday |jy Mr.     James  McCormkk      who     for      the       past  throe, months       has    been    summering   on   Vancouver  island,   and   while  there pencil at ed some ot' the   wildest  and most descitcd portions of the  island. Away up at the noith end  of the island, in a deviled shade,  in a more desortoi.! poition of the  uoods, lues a man who has two  children, one ten mid one six j-cars  old, and neither of these (wo girls  Juis ever be-^n washed or had hei hau  tombed, llu-y lia\e never worn shoe.1?  nor skockingb and are in such a, t.lat-0  of neglect ,ihat thej .\ra abuost like  wild beasts. 'Iho juolhei ol the two  little gnl& died when tho younger  was boin, and wop buned by her husband in Uie j-uid of the shack in  which.he has smce1 lived with the  two children. When, the lather goes  into tho woods or out in his log (boa  Iho two iluldrcn tollow him liko dogq  and lhc small girl oltca -.-lawls on  her hands cinci knees like a beast.  Both   (hildren   aie   so   lnghlcncd     ol  [EETING  OF THE SEASON  -������������������*-<���������*������������������''*"  The  meeting  of  the  FoollKall club- that it    would be possible to enter  last evening in the Boweiy, was  called lo order with Picsidenl Wm-  Sitnpson in live chair.  IHiring the piogiess of the-meeting  it was decided to send Manager  Jas. Steele lo Victoiia to attend, inj  the nitctest of the Ladysmith club,  the Vancouver Island Football Association schedule nieotiug. Mr.  Steele was instructed to enter lhe  senioi team in the sciies of games  for the coming season.  Anothei matter which received thc  three teams, viz.: The Y.M.I., the  Bowery, and Another. Chairman  Simpson, T. O'Conncll, J. Eno and  J. A-dain were appointed as a committee to draw up by-laws to govern the league.  It was decided to play the fust  game of the season this evening,  when the Wellington Collieiy Co.'s  employees will meet the clerks at  5-15, on the Bunker giounds. It was  decided  to  take up  a  collection   at  attention of the meeting last even- the game, the proceeds to go to  ing was the .distribution of the chani wards the sports -giounds. Thc two  pionship medals won by the inter-, teams will be composed of the fol-  mediates of Ladysmith l.jst season. I lowina.  Those receiving medals were: H. Pagan, R. Gioavcs, J. Ciossan, G.  Jackson,   D    O'Connell,   A.  Sanders,  T. McMillan,   A.  Miolne,  J. Hughes, 'Moigan and Simpson.  lu  Morgan and M. O'Connell. j    Clerks -������������������ McL-eod,     Hewlett,  Dier,  After the jfuostion of foimmg a Aken-head, M-ichic, Sandcison, Morri-  city league had been discussed to son, Adam, O'Conncll, Metchek and  considerable    extent,  it was     found   Campbell.  Colliery  Co.  Team���������"Leahy,   Eno.,'  O'Connell,   Ciossan,   Jackson,'    Sand-  eis,   O'Connell,     Duidyai,    McMillan,  HINDOOS ARE  USELESS  ���������>  Vancouver,  Sept. 10.���������Mr.     W      D.  Scott,   immigration    .inspector had   a  stia.isers that th.-y urn at the sight Jol^ tnIk ttilh Mftyor Buscombe yQb.  ofojie.'aud it was wilhgient dillicul** j (et(lay, legarcl.ng the Hindoo in-vasty that AIi.McCoi-miok was abb- loiioll) uld ^cd Ulat hfi wo|Jl(] ))e ftl  take a pholoBi-apli of the elder girl , ht, uJlu.f whMl the Em,,IOSS of In.  It may'bc plamls seen fiom (be pic-\|ia armed this evening,'to take  turo thai the child is ,n the utmost |cogni/anc.e 0[ Uie Hindoos as they  slate of neglcit. Her hau- is matted j.jmjot| ]lclc  with \ermin and her clothing  js   ab-'  While Mr. Scott anid the Atayor  vveie talking,' Dr. Underbill, medical  Iloallh oMuer, went into the payor's  oITico and stated that ho had just  leiurnccl fiom a visit of insiipctio'n  of lhe TTindoo's residences, lie stated  sbat   1he   men   vveiv   herded  in     like  BRYAN'S  OPINION  .Roanoke,   Va,   Monday,   Sept.   19.  ���������W.  J.   tir-. an  last  night gave     out  the  lust ex j > cession   he has made cm  tlie.   present,  Cuban situation.     When  seen  ou his  car   nist  beioie  he     lelt  for   Ljnchburg  l*>y  the  repr-esentati\ e  of the     A.   I'icss    and asked if     he  -a  would say anj-lhing about the situation in Cuba and whether m his opinion the United States should intervene.   Air.   Bryan   dictated   the     foi-  v *.  lowing statement:  "1 am \cry glad that the admin is  tiation recalled the troops landed at  Havana.     While  wc should  do all in  solutely hlthy The small cluld'-*  hair and hod*, is in a similar condit-  U3t\_ancl lhe father of thc two girls  is just as bad.u-He seldom speaks to  his children, and though be never  beats them he talks    to  Ihem  as   ru  ,. ^ ^ _ j    lillll .  .1*^ .HUM . ��������� .. ~ .  lev   weie    wo cogs. j^.^      ^^   coul'fl ,not  l>c turned  ont ,ou"'  power   --0   biing   about   peace   by  Itis   piobable .that   Mr.   JM< Gorimck ���������     *,,,., .j ,, ,, ofiormo   ihf>   onnr!  r������niir.t <-,r  ������...   /.^n,-.  .on  I lie  slrret.   he  said,   as  they   thi'n   uu<-'ing  ine   gooci oun es oi  oui  comi-  will call.on the provincial police and J w ol|*,(]  *j]n^0  po   p]aro   (0   o0,   but    il   Lr->*'   we  ha,������  na   business   lnterloring  give  the full    particular,   ol  the sad v;nc, no   fie,,,-.,*-,  ^ai   tbcv, weie (hrenk ivi*-h  then-   local  ariairs.    They   must  ,easo   to   them,  so    that  tho   children   -u���������   ���������������������������>    c->v  by-law<������   in   evei-v   waj  I may either bo taken away fiom their \Q fnr ,a<, nr>r,*n*i was ennrerned  negligent   lather or some steps  taken]     ,n    thig    rogar(,f    AU1    Smllh>     of  io  make the  man    give   his children   JCamloupSj tt]vj ���������   lhc ���������mvl nolont a,  moio  attention igoutal   Kamloops  tor  the   ch^emm  Thc  shack  whore   the   thiec    people 'a, ion    of holp>  sta|W]   ,hat  thc    11 in-  live is  in the last state ol"    -ic-glect. ��������� tj00s  wlio  had   been sent    to     Kaun-  iThcic is no  nirniture,   and  the child-   looi.s had  been   lued   and   found     to  ' rcn aio toued Lo sloop and eat on Ih^ho   utterly  useless      There  was     no  'filthy  floor,    which  lias   never     boon | l)lat'e fo1' i,uim  *-������   "ni-k c^cePl  in the  lunilicr mills, and c en t be re, they did  not prove satisfactory When sent  out lo fruit ranihes thej' were found  to  bo ��������� utterly useless,  w   i     ,  ,1,-1    I'a-hna   by   Miuibter  Morgan.   A   fan- if,  was my auf,v  to  kill  him,   I  was  strongs   central  organ.   Western ac-.^   ^^  ^^    had   aSb0)llbled      tQ ,&Ia(,      u ^ ^ Mnl iQ  dQ fQi   j  eeates   ask   for appointment   oi w       ,    auc>sb U)c bCU.claIi fr landing,     but was  given  stieng-th.      At   fust I  felt  era   man   as      Assiistant. cditoi       .. jthon)-.wns uo demonstration.   As the burdened, before I did it, but I soon  .������������������GuarcMan." ^ -. [secretary of war stepped ashore,   the realized it  was  God's   will  and    he  of  jiav- would care  for inc.     If I had   not  Premier Stolypin has given, orders \ ana. clad in b'Jack frock coats advanc  ADVANCE NFAVS OF A MURDER,   ^ayor  and   tho   Councilmcu  ���������       .      ���������.���������������������������,......-,.������������������    ~;   ���������,,,i���������,*c   ana. clad m  black frock coat  done it  I    would    have suffered..   1  ,   ,, -  . ,   ��������� ,-,������������������..���������,-.      n in,���������,!    wM.-omc iia''1  "^'ci' shot a  pistol before,  hut  to investigate the    remarkable    evi-! cr and delivered     a  o.mal    welunc  donee that    the^ Black Hundreds     of   to   which   Secretary. Tall   responded.,  Moscow were aware in   adva-mco that rnw  party   t.hei-eui>on      entered  juilo-  M.  Herzenstciii,    the    Constitul/ional   n10liilc.s  aiyl   -.v'erc  driven   lo  the  pal'  Democratic leader,  was to k   muv-'ac,e-  "One of my reasons for giving the  statement I dirt at the police sta-  lion, was to invite mob violence. I  wanted to suffer for the cause and  am roadv now and anxious to do so.  SWEPT FitOM'Tr-IK .DICCKS. | Under the same circumstances I  -- - .    Norfolk,   Va.,   Scjil..   19.-Ca.plain T j W01ll,i   (Io   t,he  (|ce(1   aguin)   iln<]   jf    j  St. Petersburg Wy. telephone two (<y Adams, and three sailors wi-C(Was tola 1)y q.0(1 to kill somcone  hours before the assassination who-- ^.^ froiu thc tk.d.s of Ul0 Bl.iU,sh elsCj j* WouW (Rl jt wit,nou(: v,,,,-:,a.  ther there was any truth in the re- tr&mv sLenincr Laura, which arrived tion. I would kill mvsjlf if Cod  port in circulation in Moscow that hc].e toclav {n (hc storai-. whicli ravag'told me to and have thought ma.:V  - M flerzenstein f VSdTif hitor'������' tho coast 'last Monday. The men times of doing so. Since icU'i^ mv  The correspondent obtained his liiloi ��������� brother I have but had  this desire."  mat'on    from an evening paper,  the  *ho .������e.o lost       uo     m the chn examination hs-  Maik. Thc editor of the Ma-Ik has .house who,, a great wave ^-^ the.- Mitchell 'said Crefeld was to  informed the police that he obtained _ house ovorbonnl. F.ul. Clnds on, ^^ ^ i1KS(nime���������tal in Uruvgiiuij  his infornvatio-n from the editor or, lhc. second oflicer wns earned nom ^^ ^ res|(JMtiion of t^ wodd  the Vieche, a Black Hundred paper his bunk where bo lay ill .from r-iv*,^ tJjat in tlnvart*rig thig action  of Moscow,   which  has  been  publish-   er,   to   lhe-deck   whore      lie    directed  ^  ���������ing provocative articles against    thc   the.work- of saving the ship. All thej   Jews and  revolutionists.���������, American' ,nein*|jers 0f the crew are bruised from j  dered at his country residence near  Terioki, Finland. lb develops that,  it was  a  correspondent  who   asked  brother  did a  deed that    there  Hebrew.  their awful   experience.  (Continued on Page Four)  scrubbed lor >oars. The dnldien,  when not iollowmg their lather, plaj  ai ouud the shack and if anyone goes  near them they run like inghtcneel  dcev. The rather of the two children  is iiiy a similar condition and has developed into a mere W uie. lie nevei  washes himself or combs his hair a������ul  never even removes \u% hlthy clothes  -+   FATAL WRECK  NEAR LONDON  London, Sept. 20.���������Tho crowded  Scotch Kxprcss train on the Croat  iS'orthonn, Railway leaving Loudon,  last night was wrecked outside of  Grantham at midnight. Five bodies  have been taken from tho wreck and  the life loss is believed  to be large.  Tho train should have slopped at  Grantham but failed to do so- Shortly after passing the station thc train  left the rails and jumped a bridge.  Thc engine and several coaches were  dashed over the embankment, tho engine turning over. Several coaches  iunuodiatoly took lire. There arc  many passengers beneath the debris.  Of ten extricated five have died.  Thc number of lives lost is not  known, but it is believed to he  large. and many were injured the  large, and many wore injured. At  last accounts the conches wore still  bla/.ing. and the fire brigade bad  boon called out. The dead and injured as yet have not boon identified. -At the spot where the express  was derailed there Is a curve and it  is supposed the brakes failed to work  T, HURFF  ARRESTED   m++   Philadelphia, Pa, Sept. 20--Charg  ed with falsifying the scales used in  wci&luhaj gold, Thomas \V. Iltitff, foi*  12 yeais assistant weigher ami lep-  lescntative oi the comer ai thc "United Sl.ilos mint in this city and a  lespetled citizen of^Woodlnuy, N.J ,  vvas aue-sled yesleiday hy seciet service ���������operatives Gn'ftln and Saucers,  lie was taken before U.S. Commissioner Craig and held in $1,000 for  a further hearing tomorrow night.  Thc system by which it is alleged.  Ilurff defrauded the government is a  .���������simple one. A copper plate chcltc  or any unstamped penny, was either  fastened on the ..bottom*, or laid in  the pan of the scales on which thc  gold is weighed. One of these  plate, ehettcs weighed 11,100 of an  ounce which is the exact weight' of  the $3 M-exican 'gold pieces being  coined at thc mint here. At each  weighing the government lost ?3  in gold and figuring on six weighs  a day, thc loss probably was $18  I-Iurff, it is said, had been adding-  the disc to tha scales for several  months. Under 'he law the weigher is allowed 10,100 of an ounce  shortage in weight for wear on each  G,000 ounces of thc gold.  Britain   spends   ������1,S-14,000   annual-  I ly in coal  for the fleets.  settle the disputes among themseUes  but 1 would bo glad if both parties  would lie willing to nciopt mediation  with the. idea of bunging about an  agiecment thiough the good 'ofTices  of our government "  Mr   Bryanvj)ointed out   (hat  this expression   was  the   fust   he had   made  on the piosont situation  in tho island  and this was all h-i cared to say   .���������o   EDMONTON  NEWS NOTES   %>*   Edmonton, Sept. 20 ���������A workman  named Rulph Biudfahaw had a won-,  derful escape from death at a gravel pit vesleiday. The big steam  shovel has been woiking theie all  summer, loading trains with ballasL  for railway \voik, and had partially  undermined a huge bank and yesterday a portion. of ."this fell. Bnul-  shaw was under the bank at the  tunc, and Ins release >vvas cut oh by  a train standing on the track. In  trying to escape he trippod over his  shovel, fell face down, aud in an instant was covered with gravel four-  fed deep. The train crew after five  minutes' frantic shovelling, reached:  him. He was apparently suffocated,  his face black and his tongue protruding, hut in a moment he began  to show signs of lite. The engineer'  -del-ached the engine and ran to tlio  E-dmo-nlon hospital, where he secured*  Dr. Wilson. Thc injured man was  removed to the boarding car, and  is progressing favorably. Strangely  eiiou-^li, he sustained not even a  bruise or a scratch in this unenviable experience.  Rev. Father Duplcr,. who came  down from Great Slave Lake last  week and has been staying at the  Roman Catholic Mission in this cityj  left; on yesterday afternoon's train  for Montreal and Paris. Father  Duplet- has been working as a missionary among the Indians in the  North and it is 29 years since he  left civilization to carry the banner  of Christianity into the. wilderness.  <  ���������������$$���������  tiiili  me  m  .-.jiiK!';  'S'ssslf-'fill  mm*  IHi  il  -���������''b  ���������;".."i'  m  -'.';���������.:)  fmjjm^fmmjaji  msjmmm* .**-.   in "i- mi ui in T- ~niinii������rn.i>n*������ii.  '���������mfffir-M'-Ti* r-  THE     DA!LY   LEDGt K  I'lbiSahai  every   day   except Sunday  -RY-  '11115  DAILY LEDGER  COMPAKY.  SUBSCRIPTION.  (���������no  Year (ta advance)  -I"-.  *������.00  One Month  - ... -  30 ceUts  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  THURSDAY,    SEPT.  20,  1A0G  THE LADYHMITH   DAILY  LBOG-EE,  probable    that    /this very fact hull-' that cheap denaluri/cd alcohol i.s   (plan n-Iicial on Uol lor cheap dcnaiuriz*  cates somewhat greater capacity lor J b0 avaiU.bJt.,  IS ,nc  production of en-! ������'d  fginesspecializi'ii lor its use and tlie  establishment of dislilleiies or import   agencies    to  ensuie  its     l^eiin;  an engine of given dimensions when  using alcohol than when using .gasoline.     This>  gives  an advantage   in  USE OF ALCOHOL FOR  POWER PURPOSES  Since the bill was passed   by   the  United  States congiess at its     last  session  allowing the    admission     of  denatured    alcohol  free  of duty,   the  alcohol  engine has attracted no lit-  .     tic attention as a  prime mover   for  small  powers,  but as yet 'there has  been little actually done in thc    development of thc machine or if s use.  It is  in fact a  far ciy from thc admission   of   denalurized  alcohol   free  *"   of duty to the ptactical employment  of such alcohol on a  Lufgie    scald In  the beginning  a  new industry    must  be created,  which  is a process     requiring some  time-    Denatured    alcohol is merely oidinary,  or    ethyl,  alcohoL adulterated  with some   substance which  renders it permanently  unfit  for use as an intoxicant.    The  added  substance is  commonly   crude  wood alcohol to ihe extent of alu-cufe.  10 per cent.,   or sometimes pyridine  in much  less  quantity,   one per cent,  more or-less,    thc latter   substance  being    of   such     offensive odor and ,  taste enough to discourage even the  most  hardened  toper.     Alcohol     so  treated, ho-wevcr, is entirely suitaJblc  ior most industrial pmposes, and fis,  a.  substitute  for  petroleum oils     in  oil engines, certainly has a future b'*q  foie it.       So   far  as power production is concerned,  only a ' small percentage of the  total petroleum   pro-  " duct is available,  since most of  thc  oils obtained    aie  of too high hoil-  ,    ing  point to   vaporize  easily.   I-lciico  the production    of gasoline is limited and   the increased  demand of  the  past few years has .raised the   price  considerably,  and  must infallibly con  tiruic lo  do so, -quite irrespective of  any machinations of the oil trust.  Alcohol is not quite equal to gasoline in thermal energy, gallon, for  -gallon. In compensation for this it  can be workecrVindci somewhafgreat  cr compression in an internal combustion engine without danger of  self-ignition, so that its heat energy/  can be rather better utilized. Just  ���������what the actual ratio in power capacity between alcohol and gasoline-  may be has not yet bteen fully determined. Some of the American ex  c perimentcrs claim a slightly hotter  result from alcohol, while some or  the German tests indicate a small  advantage the other way. Much of  course, depends on the type of engine used, since the alcohol should  be used at higher compression than  is usually provided in standard engines.       It  scorns   at least    highly  Union-made Capita! & Nugget Cigars  Minard's    Liniment for sale   every  where.  B>--<l >;^J-  t^ft.^-*35S3������*7\  rc*'W***t������"5i   *i*i*^hi4  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  'Any available Dominion Lands  .within the Railway Belt In British  Columbia, may be homesteaded by  any person who is the sole head oi  A- family, or any n*2-10 o\K e ghteen  yean of age, to the extent of one-  quarter section of 1G0 acres, more  or less.  Entry must be made personally at  the local land office* for thc district  in  which the land is situate,  The 'homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one ' of the following  plans:  (1) At least ������ix months' residence  upon and cultivatioa of the land In  each year for three years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceaaed), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may be  satisfied by such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his home  steal, the requirements as to resi-  'dence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six monthe' notice in -wfitn-..  should he given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at S10  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  xate of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds shall be collected on the  gross output.  W.  W.  CORY,  Deputy of the Minister d? Interior,  Just cost and in weight which 'will  be of some moment m automobiles,  even supposing no gain in cost oi  fuel. The actual cost of alcohol  iuel is a subject of very , \arious  opinions. , Thus far thuie has not  ibecu a &iouerai demand lor clieap alcohol in this country, so that its  manufacture has not at all reached  a working basis. In Cuba and the  other West Indies spirits are genei-  aiiy cheap and a-'lcoliol has ffcen down,  Ho even twelve cents per gallon. It  can ccj tainly bo made from cheap  grain, and even iron vegetable le-  luse at a very low figure, probably  something ot the kind just mentioned. Some figures even ot JO cents  per gallon have been quoted, but  these could not be reasonably be expected to be reached save in case of  a demand justifying manufacture on  a very huge scale. 'To the lhsl  cost must be added at least two or  three cents per gallon for deiiaturu-  ing, so that thc--actual price to the  consumer cannot be expected to fall  materially below the present cost  of gasoline, and for a time it will,  certainly  run higher.  In Canada the Dominion government has been supplying denatured  alcohol for use in arts, for a number of years. Thus far' the government has not succeeded in making it  cheap enough to render it available  for power purposes. As yet ninety  cents a gallon* or throraybouts, is the,  lowest cost at which it can be sold  to manufacturers. It must be re-  membjered, however, that the alcohol  used iby the Dominion for this purpose pays internal revenue taxes. If  this tax were taken oil the article  couid bo turned  out much cheaper.  At equal prices, the preference  ���������would, of course, b(C given to* alcohol  It is much less dangterously explosive, has an inoffensive smell, and  above all, it gives much cleaner com  bustion than gasoline, as is to be  expected of a substance having a definite chemical combustion and (burning with a smokeless flame. For use  in engines this clean combustion is  very impoiteuit and will tend greatly to decrease thc trouble with  sparking plugs and even with lubrication, which is rendered none the  easier by the deposit of carbpn fiom  thc fuel. . /flic main requisite    now  put on (he market at a reasonable  figure. At first it will come on the  market at a much'higher price than  gasoline, and it will not come down  until it i.s clubbed down. T-he engine" jb'uilders and the automobile  builders should  take the initiative in  bringing out alcohol engines, and j and vigorous efforts should be made  tihis done, cheaper alcohol would foi. [to picvent the competition of' de-  low thc demand. nutiiiizcd  alcohol  from being  smolh-  rohol as soon ns a suitable  number of alcohol-using c;us appear.  Unless some such systcmalic effort is  made tht-ic is very likely to be a  long period during which a co*iv?>ina-  lion of'distilleries will be. able to  hold, up the price against importation or manufacture on an ordinary  commr-icial  basis.     Gasoline produc-  ^���������SSSTftl������^  ummw  '$?i  FORI A -EXHIBITION  m.CI A  :SI  ES  toTictoria. RETURN TICKET irom L-?dy smith to  n������X '1^^GJ^^ ^JT^L Victoria $2.oo. Good from Sept. 25 to ^gil\  It would not be a bad thing presently for solne automobile ,c!ub to  start  the 'ball    rolling  by  providing  ered or tin- products being practically in tlit hands of big producers  and  giee-dv   middlemen.  5J  IT DEFIES  COMPETITION  M  S  l}j;-,*Vi":';r;\'>:-i:-.'t^l:!-5l.'i^ft5^J?.  K-j ;;;.*( v i. I;** ������������������ ' v--,^*; v-'.?v-*-'u>;i*>  ���������*<<?  *���������-���������<���������;.  ,...   . r ,...i,<.-...-.!*>���������������*..,.,-.  i-itRK^-,,   .  . V."'- ���������������������������:-'fe"--'.^  I:}!*:*:*'**';-*1"'..' ;:',:!^&:uU*^iM  aril���������  Sco.iands Best.  Ill  Sole  13 DAT (0.  Aycnttt for B. (J  DIlILi.-  ra  -""  l������i B u Has iil  Kilters' Drilling' tM\\m  .vlADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED -AT   SHORT' NOTiC-I*.  SHARPENED   BY  US     ALWAYS   (JIVE SATISFACTION.  ���������PICKS  HANDLED   A ND   REPAIRED   ~S II I P S M I T U I N G     IN       A. L L    I T S    B R A N C Ull ,  ilorsesEioers ar-.d ilenerv1 Bfacfcsmitr.s.  Buller Street -    - Ladysrnith.'B C  REGULAR   TRAIN   SERVICE  Geo���������lw Courtney;  1-   District PassciJgei' Agent  5S Oovcrnmcnt St., Victoria, B.C.    .  *!*  Any .parties after this  notice found selling or buying' bottles -b'e-  long-iag to thc U. B. Co., will   be prosecuted to  the full extent of,  thelaw.  A reward of Ten Dojllars ( $10) will be paid to any person-giving information that will lead to thc'conviction of persons guilty  ol the oftence.  pj  mM m & my k te m ������t������-.  sa&i  ���������    Limited  NANAMVIO  3ft H'J jj H������ ft������  ���������*>.������.i-  V  :������r-������-*I-l"^-������-!***-I-+-I-^**I-������-*I-������H-������"   +*H---:"-^-I-^*>:--^-I-.-������-*I--f-I*^*!������**-"l������������H*-f4--  STJ-Ivm   iii;.\ti:d  jl'lIKKTSIU.-i''   KOOlTb  rff\r"'  BAK, SOl'l'UKD wrill BK: T  \yiNi-:s,.Ui)uoRS, cigars  TipVlS  f\ c* ir\ o~\ j4\ \t\    f?* ".*? *nv nP> ?H w  SPORl) hOTlbl  A. J..McMlJRTRie, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  LADYSlUmi,    .C  Good tables abd good  Rooms  S^.  If*-.  LADY5M2TI1   WATER WORKS  n ' '*-"  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on Roberts   Street ��������� an  ������ay Water    Rates, between the 10th   and the 25th of each month.  Offse������ Hours i IK M. 4.30   ���������  T. } BLAND,.  SUPRRl NTEN n KNT.  HOTF  This  Hotel-hafl    been completely       renovated.  Board and lodgiag ������1.00 per dfcy  PRETORi  JOHN TfiA, Proprietor, ���������  Bar Supplied  with  the Best;  Wines, 1st Avenue :-���������  :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C  Liquors and Cigars.  P   VOU   WANT  AGOOD-   .   first Class   Meal   *  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restauraat  ALWAVS OPEN FIRST  AVENUE.  Light Teaming.  Orders Witb-  1TRST   AVE'NTIE  Wood ftr   , Baric   for sale.  W. C/  See  J.  KEMP, or  leave  ..II  \,  PHONE      6-0  First  Class  -o-.o*������a-  r  RIGS FOR HIRE :  DELIVERED.  WOOD AND BARK FOR S ALE AND  EXPRE SS WORK.  ntavxiUBMW.������*!��������� immwiMnmii������������t������i4.j mii-'-'mfftiau^^a^conttrtm���������rjrt*i*t,-������������*"������(f������f "-*nttrntu im,<rvu*���������*���������  ���������AVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  ���������|������C.l|������|M|������0������  i .^*^������������������e*.OM0������a*<o������e"������-''*B*<i>*-f><'O*"������*>e*io-'-o-**'''**���������������������������*������������������  ^..#-o������������-*o������������������''������*,������*-***0'������*������"e;-'-������"**,*������-,o*-*������������-o**'C"<>*'*������***-c>-'  .������������*-0���������J������-0������C  .���������'���������������������������������������i-*6i.������..������Mfl..*���������������--���������������  c%f*  we are making HEATERS and .RANGES.of  Latest Stylesjjand Newest Patterns--We do  ASf kinds of Foundry and- Repair". Work  Nickei Plating io all its brandies a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53  1  *m*.m**+"9**9**<P"+***'������Q.*0*o1t'������4**9*'O~*"  P. O. Box -12.        i  ...o..o..->*-c-.*..������..b-o. ������<���������������������������������*���������  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  fleatly and Artistically Done --x    - Orders  Promptly    Execute  S   ROE  Lot Jones, Prop,  tot S^ppSi-ed M' m 1mm  (Hall Block from Depot..)      '  -  GATACRE   STREET-  ���������_Ladysmith.  rr iwiTiwiinn rmi *i iim ��������� iniinir' ' ui-wm nir-ra���������inri pmwwi ������������������  UnderfNeM'SfllnnaKment  - HOTEL WILSON-  Jus. R. fic-tali. Prop.   '  nu  Commercial Mens'  headnno-iters.  - Modern and     Strictly First Cla������s  Pire Prool     Buildi������ff.  Try Capittjl and Nuggei Cigars  /  When in need of a refreshing  Shave,  Haircut, - Beard' Trimming,  Balh,   clc,  etc., call at  THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Parlors,  etc.,    High street  Special    appointments for   LadicV  Massages and Shampoos.  ������;) NURSERIES. <& SEEDM0USE&  *t  i*S>(k ���������   ,.  *" Laigc Slock of Homegrown .  Fruit  and. Ornamental Tree*  now.   matured for tho   Fall  Trade.  No expense, .loss or delay,  of 'fumigation or 'inspection.  Headquarters- for Pacific,  ��������� A Coast grown G*artlcn, Field,  W   anrl Flower Seeds in season.-  ^ Beo -Supplies* Spray Pumps  ^ Whale Oil Soap, Greenhouse  A Plants*, Gut Flowers, Bulbs  ||       For Fall Pianlijig     .  ^     We do business" on our own  A grounds���������np rent to pay and  X are    prepared    to meet'  all  *w competition. ���������    ;  %ff Let me price your-list be-  %b fore placing' y0ur order,  ff^     Catalogue Free..  v Best accommodation  lor  transient; ���������  md permanent boarders and lodgers.  QRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comlort-  aMy furnished and the bar is up-to-  dj>tft. Rate's ll.fift a day and *p-  wirds.   ��������� .  *WM. BEVERIDQE, Prop.   .     '  S������<plaa������!!3!������ '-^: :^,* u~>: :������������������-,: LadjFBjialth  , ..Den'ers In  Pianos '[& Organs  Ladysrr.ith, B.C  ������ ���������'    M. J. HENRY;  W     2oio  Westminster Road  kf VANCOUVER  ���������Ksattsss;  ,gM������W|  Plumbing and Jinsmilhing;.  1    DONE  AT  Reasonable Prices  -  J. ANDERSON  r  Leave orders  at Teterson's Furn -  ture Store, or telephone No 5b.  ���������sxmaaninnKmainnumnBMiiuim  Sunlight Soap i.s belter than other soaps, but  s best ���������* lien used in the SunEtglit way.  Buy S.inlljrlit Sjip n-i J follow Direction's  *********M'**M***^^  rrt  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  S"il PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, QOLI) AND  SILVER ORES.  [[Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH,   B. C.  HEAJl OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.' CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,        !  - Vancouver Island, B. 0,       . General Manager. J  *  *  *  *  *  *.  *  *  TH������ CITY MHRK8T  R."Williamson Prop  ist Avenue   -. Ladysmith B. C  ������  -PIANOS  A'SN  \S  3FER'STABLE-  organs    AND HOUSEHOLD    FURNITURE tfOV-  1 E*D PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.  f    Stabled in the rear of the Ladysmilh hotel.     Leave ordt-rs at   the  f Abhotiford .���������-���������������������������  t      ��������� ' A.   J. WASKETTPROP.  LA. ������4. *-i.4.^4-+^-4.4-i*-+. /.:.������. 4- l-A .4. 4.4.--. 4-+4.^,^4.^^  iV-a. 4- -A-*. V. + j. 4 ������. ^ .-.  I-4. + 4    fr  A  ���������������-<*.  WM.'MUNSIE,  Fresident    J. W.  COBURN, Managing Director.  Telcphane 4-6.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd-  2*  IIRB^  MILLS    AT   FID.DICS   AND   LADY SMITH- fr-  Shingles sl &$>&ciekHy  MANUFACTURERS OF   liotigli and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lmnbei-.s  LATHS,   SHINGLES,  MO ULDINGS,      ETC.,     of    th* BP������?T  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     A Nn  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK THE LADYSMITH DAILY    LEDGEB  RAYMOND  &  SONS  ���������Dealers in���������  Lime,  Plaster Paris,   Brick.  Fire Brick and Vancouver is-,-- '  land cement.  3\Pandora St. Victoria B.C.  CUBANCiCAR F  ManufacfciirGrs of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  ' ,. None, bit   Uni-Vi' [.abor    Employed  H J.   BOOTH. Prop  W.  SILER.  ^EflEHAL EXPRESS, AND  DELIVEM'  .     WORK PROMPTLY  n<>',*.;  Leave orders at the'Abhotsfort!.  CAPITAL CiTY SHOWS  MARKED PROGRESS  I  ~������������������ - ���������-'"-'"'  Are Ion Going Est?  Thea be sure your tickets re&$   \lt  ilia  r (  Hoi-Mm'line  2  THE. CCy.?t5FlTABIX WAV.  Ticket and Freight Office, 75  Government Street.  Tanscoiitineittai   if  Trains Daily   *��������� I  The New Train  iii'*,'i. '-i .vi ir,-: d     [*  The Tram ot ' ������  Ease,   Elegauco,   Excellence.    ���������'|?  Every  mile  a  picture,   and ���������$  no smoke to spoil the   \iew. gs  -Through . Compartment,   Oh- jj|  servation and Pullman Sleep- ������j  ers;   "also    Through    Tourist p  Cars'to Chicago.' g  At antic Steamship Business to Europe %  is our Specialty fj|  ** is  Union - Terminals   with   all   *"������  "Steamer lines. - K  Berth  reservations  by  wirel   a  Great Northern S.S.> Co.     '  p  FOR' JAPAN   AND  CHINA.   |*  .Steamships Minnesota and Da-' ������  kota sail fiom Seattle' for Ja-   |;  pan   anil China ports at   fre-   ������  Hiienr dates.      Exact    sailing   ri  dates can he secured  upon ap-   p  plication to any  Great North-   $  ern representative. g*  S. G. YERKES, '      /        f  -  -    A.G.P.A.,   Seattle, Wash.' [���������*.  E. R. STEPHEN,-.. -.        .   ~  g  rVGen."'Agent,'   Victoria. B.C. %  Low Excursion  Rates  -    Round Trip.  rDail  Trans-i  Cont \&  The only lino now making UNlOk  DEPOT    connections at  ST. PAUL  and 'MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the "r Pacini  Count.  THE SHORTEST LINE, Tl'  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWES'  RATES,   THE  FASTEST TIME  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS  Cl'i <  and ALL   POINTS EAST.  For complete  information aBk y  local agent or writtt,  F; W. PAHKEI-;  ~~" General  fir*"  '"Sn 2n-,1 Ave.. SM-ttle  ���������onui tnuiu wimw *m  day School  Usual subjects .taught; also ,,-Ian  zuage"; drawing in pencil, and crayons, paint ng in oils and water col  ors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes* or individually.  MISS BERTRAM, '   Ladysmith, B.C  and is now in course of completion.  Under ordinaly circujn&lanccs ihe  buildings of a new hotel in a city of  the-*' size of \ icloria would ll0t mean  anything   moiv       than   that  business  STIAT Victorians at 'iho' present'.condition*, ���������������������������ore prosperous and jnoie  time in a most s.ali'.facUr' bus j accomodation was needed for tlie  iutss condition, which gives travelling public, but in this case it  promise of irnp.-o-.ing steadily, means a great deal more for thrill tho future is tlie opinion 0f every reason that this magnificent hotel  person -who kcejjs in touch with" thc is being c-onsiructcd by ihe O. P.  business, pulse of the piovincc and Kr jrailway ***on'Pany who will not find  H.      Aitken,   District     Agent   of  the j it  necessary lo   color  for   the    trade  tho   customary    bus-iiiosi,  trrur-1,  North  Airic-rican   Life Assuia-acc  Co.,  ot  who Jias just i- eluniod   from a weeks  stay  in the'capital  city,  fully  endor.  so-,   the    view   nnd   predicts   for    Vie-  whom    to   secure  loria  a   cler-idod   increase   in     population during- tho  next few years. ,  Thc cantos which conlril.ulo Mo  fliis c-onfick-nce arc not far t������ seel*;  sa^s-Alr.   AiLlc.cn,      uaul   chief   among  but will/ be  able    to pi o'vidc its own  ���������a  AT  .     NOTICE      ���������  Boots and Shoes made and repaired. Contracts taken for" clearing  land.'  -   TAI    SING^  FLETCHER BLDQ. ist. AVENUE  rlMUi 4'bll.  Manufacturers Of.���������.  IRONCLAD    BRAND  CLOTHING,  ,    OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  . ,   *     ETC,  WHOLESALE fl������Y 8600  VIGTOaiA,  *���������������.  Dr. ' ., can be.found at any time  at his orfice on Gatacre street. His  dental- work in guaranteed to he first-  class, and  rates  reasonable.  LADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.���������  Rathhone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall every 2nd and 4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  M. of R. & C.  them must be- considered the new'  C. P. IL J Inlet, "Tho Empress" that I  has  been   building -for   the jiast. year, I  LADYSMITH   BAKERY  CHOICE     CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    .Cake*   tfade   to' Order  -���������TlUiTS   AND    CANDIES OP ALL'  , KINDS.    fRESU   BREAD  EVERY   DAY*  Prices" are     Verj Reasonable:     Ail  Customers  are  Treated  Alike.  -     HOP  LEE dfe.'CO.  ON TUP   5SPLANADE.  r. R. B. Dies  Surgeon Dentist  AH -work guaranteed and at reasonable rates.  RESIDENCE   AND  OFFICE  Gatacre St Ladyjrnitli  Open at all hours.  ���������-������������������uola of tourists and .travellers from  patronage for it^  hotel. This js (j)0 .nnson why the  present hotels in Yiaoria are in common will! all oilier husines-, interest.--: cordially welcoming ihe c. 1\  R. as- an associate m catering iu the  wants of the "public oU wheels."  'J hey Know that this- new hotel instead of taking- away from them ordinary patronage, will actually contribute to the fin ther suec.-ss ol every hotel already in Victoria.1  And this help, it must be lemem-  bc-red, will be no small one. The  how Ilotcl will aivoinodalu wthree  hundred .guests and these \\itli_lhu  emplo-ces and tho consequent increase in all lines* at regular business will undoubtedly contribute in  itself to an absolute increase in the  population of at least uN0 thousand  persons. What that means to aci(.\  thc size of Victoria already on tlie  upward march of prosperity can scar  cc-ly be oicr-eslimalcd.  Another reason for Victoria'-^ confidence at thc ful.im is results al-  icady coining- in of tho steady campaign of 'advertising pursued by the  Tourist Association of Ihat city for  the past several years. Undoubtedly Victoria has an almost poifi-i-l. climate and unri\ ailed si I nation in the  centre  of  a      splendid   tract  of     fine  |   Uudcr the patronage of .His Honor, the Lieutenant-!  . Governor, of British Columbia  i  Eif Af I  <> '*���������~f '������������������������������������> *1MW I-W���������gj^* .<  Liberal Premiums & Valoabie Prizes���������The Best StockJ  Market in the Province���������Live   Stock Parade Daily��������� 31  Daily-  Days Horse Racing���������$5,000 in Purses and   Valuable! ||..v  Trophy Cups���������Splendid New' Attractions including! II"  11   Grand Broncho Busting Competition for Championship]  j������$88������Bau,^__o������ British .'Columbia  i  .������..������..������..t..������..������..r  ������f  ci Sofilii? Worhs  j 1st. Avenue,- Ladysmitli, -  j 1 I. km% Prop.  }     MANUFACTURER OF  |-Carbonated Beverages,  I Ginger   Beer  *     l Fruit Syrups  P.   O.   Box   24S   >  t  ������  July  10  to 15.  To ���������      Deliver ?      $551  August 7, 8, P  To..     Milwaukee     {69.75  Sept.  8, 9, 10.  ft   Toronto $83,15 *  Aug. 7, 8, 9. Sept. 8 & 10.  TO AL L P 0 I N TS  For particulars  call  on    or  write E. E. Blackwood, Gcn-  N.P., Portland, Ore.  UNITED  ANCIENT ORDER OF  DRUIDS.  Wellington Grove, No. 1, U.|A.O.D.  meets in the I.O.O.F. Hall, Ladysmilh, the Second and Fourlh Wed-  :< nesdays of each month, commencing  "'Wednesday, 13th, 1905.  Visiting Druids are invited to   attend.    By Order  WM. RAFTER, Re-c. Sec.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  3RT  HILBi  xmm  zissasMmmmmmBmm  EXCELLENT  BETWEEN  St.  Joseph Lewis,  July Id, 1903  Minard's Liniment Co.,  Limited.  GenUeincn,���������=4 was badly kicked by  my hoisc last May and after using  several pipparn-lions on ni> leig. notli^  ing would do. My log.was black -as  jet. I was laid up in bed for a  fortnight inul could not walk. After  using three jb*olllcs . of'-' your MIN- jgj  A'RD'S LINIMENT I was perfectly  cured, so Uial; I could start on the  road.  ��������� " ��������� ' ' Jos. mmirs.. .  Coni'm'-vchil. Ti-.ivelcr.  Unscrupulous      dealers      have j5f  been    knpwn "to  place inferior ^  boots in our cartoons and   represent    them    as    "LECKIE  BOOTS."     Don't be   imposed  upon.      There  are    no   others  "JUST AS GOOD."  The above trade mark is indelibly branded on the sole  of every genuine "LECKIE  BOOT." It stands .for ALL  LEATHER HOOTS ' made to  resist lhe roughest western  wea r.  Ask     for    and INSIST upon  getting LECKIE BOOTS.  agricultural land and in uflilitioii pos  sosses  advantages   of natural   sreiiory  thai   are cUIIi-mll to  surpass.   "Up till  a few  y'cai'fi ago   those  features   ware  permit'cd largely  to advertise*    themselves, but of,recent years    a    g'ieat  deal  of money .has    boon  spent      to  piacc them  properly   before the  world  and as a' result' 'the e\es of a great  many  people irom all parts  of     thc  world are  being   directed   to  Victor-  is as a most  desirable place of  residence,  inany  ha\c      alriady    a\ ailed  themselves of  the     happy-conditions  that   obtain      there  and   every   year  there     will  be  an   increasing  number  follow in   Uu-ir train.     Victoria     itself  has done  ils   pait,   not  only    to  attract the attention  of the    outside  world,   but  also  to   retain    the  affection  of  those  \\ho   visit  bcr.     Miles  and   miles  .yf   the   very   best      sire-?I  paving   have   been   constructed      and  (ho  streets  are in  the  be-at   of  condition ainl period ly clean,   Beacon   Hill  park and thc Gorge  Turk- have   been  immensely improved   and pro*, ide S1>1-  endid  pleasure  resorts  for  both  visitors  and residents,   thc Tourist     As-  social ion rooms are always  open for  strangers and  every information  sup-  pi ed,   and  altogether Victoria    is    a  city   that  has   learned   to   appreciate  tho   actual  cash value  of  cleanliness,  recreation   parks   and  hospitality    in  its civic life and the benefits already  e\-pcr,ic������cctf      from     pnst efforts     are  only   sufficient   to \'fint   tho   appetite  for more,  which   are   sure  to   follow  SPECIAL EXCURSIOIN   RATES FROfl ALL POINTS  For entry blanks,  Prize L ists and other information, Address,!  si  I A. J, Morley,. Mayor, President.  i. E. Smart, Secretay.p  -HI '   ' Si  Manufactured by  "HE do.  VANCOUVER -B-.C  dcjifca  a t^j^iSff-MS-M^K  ���������*���������  J-H-WWHWI1-JJ  And tho Principal Business Centers of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AKD  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Time Tables, etc:., nddrc *.  CEO. W. VAUX,  AsBlatnnt Oqn'l I'assenger nail Ticket Agent, f-;  13S Adams St., CHICAGO, ILL. k  SMsussmssisd'  NOTICE.  From this date the undersigned.  ���������will not be responsible for any in-  Hebtedncss incurred except on 2  written orher signed by the secretary  Rowland Macbin.  V.   r.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  ���������.Victoria, B? C^ Khy 18th, *f������0*.  Public Motie*  2:  PAIN FROM A BURN PROMPTLY  RELIEVED BY CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM.  A  little child  of  Michael Strauss,  of Vernon,  Conn.,    was recently    in  great pain from a burn 011 the hand,  and-   as    cold applications only   increased the inflammation, Mr. Straus  came to    Mr.  James  N. Nichols,   a  local     merchant,     for   something   to  stop the pain.   Mr. Nichols says'   "1  advised    him    to use   Chamberlain's  Pain Balm, and the  first application  11 drew out the inflammation and gave  immediate relief.    I have   used   this.  liniment    myself and  recommend     it-  very often for  cuts,   burns,    strains,  and. lame back, and have never known  it  to    disappoint."       For   sale    by  Ladysmith Pharmacy.  Victoria cannot be too warmly con  gra.lulat.ed on the changed, appe-aran.  c*e of the-city at Jameb Bay. Not  many, years ago this place could  only be de&oribud as.a dirty mud-  jiule, aud. ufa it wat. suuu-t-ed not.  oi.l^ in ilic centre ol l.ne city, buL  also directly ju the nice 01 every  \0faSi-i entering the harbor, 11 was  b^arcely less tha.u a biandiii<> Ui&-  ^���������race lo tho city. JSow this has  ucen -^chcuiyed as if J)3 a mag'iciou'b  uaud, and a great man^ poweruil in  tciobtb ha\c coinUin.ed to cha.ngo what  was a few ".ears ago a repulsive  blough mlo a truly maguilicent and  stately spot.- Victoria itself con-  tr billed a solid masonry embank-'  luent which spans the bay from  siae to side and on top of "which  it> a bioad and ample roadway connecting two most important sections  of the city. Thu province did iis  part, by constructing- the stately parliament buildings 011 one' side of tin-  embankment, the Dominion of Can.  ada its splendid post ollice building  on tho other, -while directly behind  the embkuikmeni and fronting the liar  bor entrance is ihe new (J. V. 11.  Hotel. Thus ha\e tho city, the  province and tho Canadian Pacific  Kailway united in the improvement  of this'one time unsightly spot and.  thc result is nothing short of magnificent. Is it any wonder that sensible men realizing- the importance of  all these powerful mihicnccs acting in  harmonv  SUCCESS OF,:  "OVERSEAS- MAIL  * ^-fr***   .London, Sept 19.���������Special Satisfaction is expressed here at th.i  success of the Canadian Pacific rail*"  way '-0\ur-&eas"_mau service. Renewal of contract for Brili--.li mails  to' the Par East via Canada now  almost seems assured despite tho  present opposition of tho  ministry to the continued expenditure of British money in thi.' way.  Thc British, ministry i.s alive t.) thc  importance of this, all British route,  in view of the Anigle-Japaiieso alliance, and in thc evtnt of thc certain blockage of ihe Sue/, canal diu%  ing-  hostilities.  THE WEIGHT OF  WISDOM.  Laird���������Well, Sandy, you are get-  ling very bent. Why don't you  stand sliaigihl up like me, man?  Sandy���������Eh, mon, do you see that  field o" corn  over there?  "I  do "  "Wee!,     ye'l    notice  thai   the   full  heid.s h.mp; down and the empty ones  stand  up."���������Glasgow  News.   +   LEARN HOW TO COOK.  Henceforth an army officer is cv-  pected lo know how to cook and do  it well, announces a Washing-ton, D.  C., report. Other men may continue to ask   their prospective brides if  toward the   bui.dino*   ���������p of Flre>'  can cooIc>  but on the army of-  a citv,  ,-hoi.lcK-loofc  forward   lo     a |ficer   the tables  have  been turned.  1 right future  for Victoria.  ARMENHNS' [JFSIROY  TARTAR ViLLAGtS  AttenUon Is called to the - fact tha-. tha  " ir nil'  v  IS  ll  8!  makers of  ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR,     hare lor some simo  past been producing flour ia ji    vastly  Improved  and"  p������rlfl���������-,   ?orm  by the aid'of ELECTRICITY  and having secured  control ot   all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity ol advising  the  public  that  any  unauthorised users ol the electrical   !5o������r purifying processes  will he ������rc~  PfC!ited.  Ogik'e Flonr Mills Company "Liituiied  ���������a *ai*e!. the only, mullens in Canada wliose        Flour  s| i> t.i'.l 1*1*3.1 l������f tin 3:.3 3l:.-.'i3 Fi'^eass  PQl  Tiflis, S.-pl. .19.��������� According* to a  rejioi-fer'mx'ivf'd lu-i-e .from thc Oov-  orife'i,i'i*c"cn%-������.l of the Ca\u*asus 'at  'ISjlJStiaitfjFtouv Tartar villages in tin  district ��������� of Saug-osur have been reduced to ashes by  Armenians.  The inhabitants of-���������-���������even Armenian  'villages participated In thc work oi  dt-sl ruction, but fled before the arrival of troops. The Tartar resi-  fdenLs of the (levari at ed region who  escaped mnssa.-ro have fled t.he district. The bodies of the slain lie  unburied among   the.  ruius.  Bollsitor,   Ete.  mm  Avcnu?  UDYSiVI>H  Si  MOTEL  DOMINION  ��������� Rales ?1.J*J5 and$"1.5l*)���������  Fre to nil otoamboat  landings and  railway depots. Electric aara every tl-.-c  minutes to all parts of tha city. Bin  and table unexcelled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,   VANCOUVER  B, 0,  In line with a new policy of General Sharpe, commissary general, every, officer in (he subsistance department will be ordered at one time  or another to do time at one of the  three schools of the army for bakers and cooks.  Thus wiil the officers be taught to  he first class cooks.  "v"  General Sharpe holds that every  oIlicer should serve a period at the  cooking schools to the end tlia-t.com-:-  'inandcrs may fully understand preparing food in the field as well as  iu garrison.  A fourth school may he established at Manilla, so that officers on du  ty in thc Philippines may have an  opportunity of learning how food  should he cooked and how bread  should   be baked.  IN  QUALITY  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :-:  :-; ���������-: .-: :-'P.O.  CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY ACTS ON NATURE'S PLAN  The most successful medicines are  those that aid nature. Chamber*.*  Iain's Cough Remedy acts on this  plan. Tiuke it when you have a cold  and it will allay the cough, relieve  the lungs, aid expectoration, open  the secretions and aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Thousands have testified to  its superior excellence. It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. Price 25 cents.  Largo size 50 cents. Forge size 50  Large size 50 cents. For sale by;  the Ladysmith Pharmacy,* y  THEIADYSMITH DAILY I__!K*Ett  | THE BEST MINING SHOE"  | Shoes that Wear & |  foiVE   SATISFACTIONS  I AT REASONABLE PRIGES %  _  *  Smith, Fotos,  That's AH  Local Items  The stumping    machine   is   busily  employed on the Maiket S|tfliarc road  Judge Harrison boarded  the noon  train for Nanaimo today.  Mr.  B.  Forcimmet    has      returned  from a brief business  trip  to    Van  couver.  .    AT- GOLD  HILL.  Whileboise Star.���������Olc Dahl arrived  last night from Gold Hill,  where he  says  20  men are employed by     Col. j  Conrad  at mining  while  others   are (  building  trails and stone houses and ;  otherwise preparing for white     Oiie-s  tunnel 1 100 feet  loiijg; has been driven,  ���������and it  is  proposed   to  increase    the  force and keep  work going on all the-  winter.  Clarence Buck, an insane man who  was confined in the barracks at this  place for sometime, has been sent to  the insane asylum at Now Westminster. Nothing could be learned of  the man's former history.  Mr. Russell Simpson is in Nanaimo this afternoon, having gone ^up  at noon.  ���������Ralph Smith, M.P., passed through  to his home in Nanaimo at noon  t oday.  Messrs. Knight and Cassidy, \\\\o  visited the Capital City yesterday,  icturned home today.  Tfie fust foot-bMl match of the season takes place this afternoon at thq  Bunker grounds at 5:15.  We learn, just before going tp press  that the steamier City of Srfllf l������(ha.**j  gone, ashore on Trial Itfe-nd. No par-)  tiqulars of the accident can as yet fl)(|  learned.  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  The Elleric sailed last evening laden with - sacked coal for Nome.  Shortly before thc Elleric left, lhe  Collier Tellus reached port for a full\  cargo of coal. The T helm is also  came in last evening for fuel, and  the Terjc Vilcen is taking on a part  cargo.  MOOSE CAPTURED.  The Whitohorse Star says: A fine  Luge moose took a walk through  the "town early one morning last  week, coming down Montana deck  and taking to the lake between Ihe  creek and the wharf. Srvcral shots  were fired at it but it sscaped to  l.hc other side, landing at the wood  camp.  Your correspondent learned later  that, with the Assistance of Baxter,  tho oaily rising anil iiidusti ion;. h.ui|  ware merchant, the moose was captured and tied to a, tree -to await,  the opening of the  season.  You can't make laws to beat those  Canadians.  LOST���������On Satu iday evening-, in vicinity of Messrs. Blair & Adam's  store, a good axe. Finder please  return  lo  U.  TIIORNLEY,  FALSTAFF OUT OF DATE  The Fat Men's Association has  dwindled down to a meinboiship of  only six, whereas it formerly boasted ten times that number, and its  annual galheiings were among the  notajbde events-of Die year. Apparent  Ty it isn't so good form to be fat  ���������as it used to be. Superfluous adipose tissue, is now reckoned an unhealthy symptom. Anti-fat is the  vogue. FalstalT is out .of (date. Cas-  sius is esteemed the mould of form.  ���������Boston Herald.  A  PREDICTION.  "Yes," said Miss Koy, "we arc cii  gaged and,  ah!  he is my ideal���������"  "Oh!" interrupted Mrs. Benthar,  ."he'll outgrow that."*- Philadelphia  Press.  Minard's  Liniment  Cures Dandruff.  JIE^ DOESN'T WANT TO DIE.  Spokane, Sept. 19. ���������1 A plea has  been filed by counsel lor Jas. Mayo,  demanding that the state of Washington do not prosecute him on the  chaige of iiiui dor in the first degree  but that he be prosecuted on the  chaige of murder in the second degree.  Al'.iyo was proseculod on the fornv-f  ci ehuigu lor the killing- of Bartender Crane,  early iu  the year 1005.  The jury, however, returned a verdict ol guilty of murder in the second degree and the defendant was  .sentenced to jmpiisoiiment foi seventeen yea is. On appeal a new I rial  was ordered.  ��������� . ^   BLINDED BY JEALOUSY.  A typical Parisian tragedy happened in Rue de Kivoli, Paris, during thc walk of a young man and a  young woman who were "keeping  company."  Paul Gorson, who has liven perform  ing his service in the Colonial, Infantry, has, lijj- tfood conduct and  attention to 'duty, been rewarded  with the sergeant's stripes. Fired  with ambition to become an officer,  he decided to adopt the army as a  profession,* and serve ah-road.  Recently he informed his 'Berth* of  his projects. The pretty modiste,  who is only in, turned pale, and  said, "So you do not love me any  more?"  "Oh, yes I do," replied tlieyoung  scrgcanl; ."but 1  must make    some  Minard's' Liniment  Cures Dandruff.  ALL KINDS OR IX  Standon Creamery ��������� * Po^ *J;������������  Salt Spring Island Creamery "       " "���������  Cowichan Creamery ��������� -       4oc-   Pound  Government Creamery -��������������������������� ,b  b������~s $3 00  Fjne  Dainty Butter (Tub) : ....-���������        25c Pound  BLAIR and ADAM  Try Us F?or <DU&���������zs���������z  Fox,  Mink,  Sable,  Skunk,  Beaver,  Martin,  Marmot,  Stone Martin, '  Persian   Lamb,  Done up in Stole Shapes.  SEE   WINDOW  Walters 8  ztkenhead  ^-AA^^A  ris, aud that.he, had never   declared  his belief in the insanity of .the wo  -I  men.  V^AAAA^^WWSr^AA/  sacrifices in order to make my way  in lhc  world." ���������  "You ate a wretch," lelorled Bei-  the, passionately, And seizing her  long hatpin she flew at her Iovci,  and drove her weapon into -liis right)  eye, blinding him.  Paul will not go lo" the colonies.  Berthe is in prison.      \ ....  WHY" SHE SULKED.  *.  Lovey (on waking in "the morn-  ing))-������������������ Dovicy, I dreaimed thsit I wftsntt  married to you. Do you ever dream  Dovey that 00 iddent married to  me? ' -        - '  Dovey (sleepily)���������No-0-0! It's been  years and years since I had a really  pleasant dream.  Ami Dovey wondered why Lovey  did not speak'to him again Hull  dav.  WAS A VERY SICK BOY.  But  Cured by  Chamberlain's   Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.  "When my boy  was two years  old  he had a very severe attack of bow-*  el    complaint,   but   by   the   use    of  Chamberlain's    Colic,    Cholera    and  Diarrhoea Remedy wc brought    him  out all right," says Maggie Hickox,  of Midland, Mich.     This remedy can  be depended upon in the most severe  eases.        Even Cholera infantum    is  cured by  it.     Follow the plain print  ed dlre6tlons and a  cure is    certain  For sale by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  SPORTS  GROUND  SUBSCRIPTION LIST.  Hugh Thornley.  N. A. Morrison.  T, O'Connell.  J. Sauderson.  J. Eno. . .    '  D.  O'Connell.  J. C. G-illespie.  Wm. Sanderson*  R. McMillan,  W."S. Morrison.  Jas.  Adam.  James Dunbar.  John O'Coinicli:,  C. Hewlett.  Ed. Leahy,  W.  Akenhcad.  W. Siler.  D. Johnson.  .1-1. Hewlett'.  A. Michie.  Thos. Lewis.  Jno Dunbar.  Eddie Jones.       ,   ,  Tom White.  R. Magu'irc.  Doc. Ellis.        ,  A.  Bryden!  John Michek.  ' J. McLcod.        ���������     , . t  M.1-O'Connell, v  W. A. Cornwall.  S. Teusz. "      -     . ^       *'  Geo.- Robinson.  W. 11a worth. ,    ������  H.'Fulton.  C. McMillan. ���������  O. F. Anderson.  E. Clarke. ' ' '    ,  R. Wright..                         ���������     ���������    '  J. McMillan,  K. McRenzie.  Jas. Kemp.  W. L. Carter.  II. Blair, Jr.,  W. Snedden,  E. J.  Conway.  Rob I. Rofslon;  -S. Frcethy.  F. Fisher.  ' H. Michie.    -  , W.  E.  Bray.  ' A.' C.  Frost.  A. Portray.  S. Decker.  II.  Wright.  I-I. Fagan,  C. Docile.  Hop Lee.  R.  Callendar.  A. Howie.  G. Jackson,   '  R. J.  Bpwen.  R. Boyle,  E. Moigan.  Angus Cameron.  Jus. Kerr.  S- Rollendini.  A. Meredith.  C. Mains.  R.  Rafter.  J.  Cox.  I-1. Ingham.  R. Barclay.  A. Crossan.  Jno. Muir.  W. W.  Walkcm.  /  ���������  ^  ���������  ^ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������*****^**+++  Our Latest consignment consists of���������   Ladies' Furs, Ladies' Under-  wear, Ladies' Raincoats,  Umbrellas, Wool Sweaters  Wool Underwear ' -'    =  and other Goods too numerous to mention.  ���������No trouble to show goods and  everything marked  in Plain Figures.  3imGm%mer & %e.  LIMITED  :  5s ������s' ' -*5  b?a When ordering your.MEAT don't forget to =5  3g call on us. We keep nothing: but trie BEST ^  H; that the Market can afford and guarantee. ^  ^  SATISFACTION 3  Ia, howe i  g MEAT   MARKET ^  4i5mith^ 4tClabrough,"  "Parker," "Remington"  and "Winchester" Guns  FULL    STOCK  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  33������_aRS__a___S__gl  NOTICE  MITCT.IELL-CREFELD  HEARING* ABOUT' ENDED  (Continued from Page One.)  pould be no punishment, but death.  "When I killed George," she continued, "Mrs. Crefeld and I planned  every movement beforehand, but we  did not consider any way to escape  afterwards. We did not want to  get away.\ I am not insane and ne-^  er have been."  At the close of the session, Dr.  Turner, speaking for the commission  explained thc action of the board in  holding many private sessions when  ii* was necessary, and the attorneys  ������a-gr������#d that this was just as it  should have been. Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Miller made a final  statement to the effect that he had  been  misunderstood by Will H. Mor-  On and after Monday, Sept. 17, I will  be found in our new -shop on First  Avenue, next to Carter^ Fruit  Store. Shaves and Haircuts a specialty. ��������� ��������� ���������  HOT and COLD WATERBATHS  J.   OILMAN  !   BARGAINS  BARGAINS  i  -I  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  FOR TOMORROW  I VEAL, BEEF,  During ^the Balance of this month, and'until Ocloberr, we are offering a  BIG REDUCTION  o[n   all   lines    of       ���������       ���������  Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Souvenir  Pins, Novelties,,Etc.  i������mwWiw������w������w;M  B. FORClMnER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  Want Advertisements  o  AND PORK :  :    E. G. PAN NELL  ���������   GATACRE ST.       LADYSMIJH  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������-}������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������  9 9 9.9.9 9������������d9������ 9 9 ������ ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ������"������������������  -������������������-   NOTICE.     ������������������'"-���������.  Miss Dobcson will resume her class  es in vocal culture in Ladysmith thc  first week in Octcher..   Terms on application.     Box  12.    Nanaimo.   B.C.  'Phone 1--1-G. _________  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars  WANTED���������Men to work at thc Tyee  Smelter.     Apply to  H. WRIGHT.  Foreman.  I  Minard's    Liniment for sale   every  where.  WANTED���������Fifty  (50) cords of   good  dry Wood.  II. LEE & CO.,  Ladysmith Bakery.  NOTICE.  I will not be responsible for any  debts contracted by Oscar Motti-  shaw without my written order.  S.  MOTTISHAW.      ,  Nanaimo,  B.C.,  August 22, 1906.  FOR SALE��������� $300  buys   a  4-roomed  cottage,    situated    between Third  and Fourth Avenues,  Roberts   St.  For particulars, apply, between the  hours of 5 and 6 p.m.  R, WILLIS. o-I|


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