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 VOL.,a  ICE FIVE (SUNT*  TRAVELS 1 MILE  AFTERRECEIVING  FMGHTFUL UNJUFY  cm n ma  mini on  III NCKS  Mr. A. Howe, oPChein-ajnus, "was^a  passenger on the noon train today,  and from him j was learned further  further particulars regarding thc  shooting of Mr. D. W/',, Main-guy,  which occuried on Wednesday afternoon.  It seems tliat Mr. ^tainfluy was out  with a gun, about three-fl-uarlcrs oi  a milte from his homo, and on the  opposite side of ,the Chemainus river. The gun, which was a 10-boro  shotgun,    was  accidently  discharged  by. Mr.  Mainguy     slipping    off of  a  Ins home.  '   He' was still conscious  log, tlie change entering the side .of   when found, aiiif while scaieely;  any,  tlie unfortunate man, and teaiiivg- its [ hopes aie enleilaincd .foi  his ultim  was. through (lesh and bone,    left   a  ate recovery, it is  thought  he    may  terrible, gaping .wound. v       I live some time yet.    ,Tbe charge ot  i ^ p. <t������ ���������*���������������������������-     '        . i      ���������  Mr. Mainguy was entiiely' alone at . the gun is    stated    to have entered  the     time of the,accident,' and   the   the left side,  exposing to view,  the  fact thaH he succedded in'crossing the   lungs  and a" portion  of the    heart  river,  and crawling along the    road   Il������     fact)    it is , stated  thal while  for  a  consideiable distance,  is   con- [,..,. .,      .    .  ... ,    ,     c ,       i diessing  the iniurv,   the doctor   ac-  siderod nothing short of miraculous, j ,   fa .     ''  The livei, at the .point where thc j tually held the heart of Mr. Main-  victim of thc accident ciossed, is fai guy in his hand,  too deep for wading, and consefliueu-1 The - injured man is .well known  tly Mr. Mainguy must have swam throughout this section, having read oss. lie w*as-found at the ,galeN' sided near ^Chemainus' for a number  tlnce-lffiiaileis of a mile from .the'of years. He has two grown-up  scene of the accident, by one of the sons, one of whom, Harold, resides  dnveis foi* Mr.  Howe, .and taken to   at IVndicton.    He has -blien sent for,  and is -expected as soon as .it ia  possible for him to cover the distance. Air. Mainguy was at one  time Con&ti,-><fn|r at Chemainus. He i.^  about 70 'years of age.  As was stated in yesterday's Ledger, the City of Seattle, while " on  her' way to Victong from Seattle  eaily vestcrday morning, struck on  thc     locks of Trial island.    Furvhei  HUNTER WAS  LOST FOB  Mil Dm  V:  IMPERIAL PAR'IAMENT  ASKED TO TIKE  SPEEDY ACTION  A  4T TITE last session of Parliament, ATr. R. Smith, M. V.,  presented a resolution which  was  passed   tl)rough   the  House  AN"COUVER. Sept. 20.���������From  Britannia mine. Howe Sound,  lo Vancouver by way of Seymour  Creek,  struggling through  ���������������������������I ���������     i  .   i i. -i    ji   2   a dens,3]y giown underbrush, fieqjuent'of      Commons      aci ,t,.-  ii*������  t   ���������   ��������� i  particulars received todav state that ^      .   '      commons,     asking- the Imperaal  the vessel is still  aslioic,  her     pas- ,l* )osinS hls "** and havinS   to re- Government    to  pass a  law similar  sengcrs having been taken to Victor-  Uace hl& ste**><   fording swollen rea-   lo  thc  one,past,ed  bv   tlie  Canadian  ia and lodged in hotels awailinlg-the <-������es ot    the    stream,  without food,  floating of  the steamci,  which is be  and forced  to pull in aother    notch  heved   to have  received  but     slight  oi his belt when hunger became   too  injur*}1'.    Most of  her cargo will     be gnaw iug, was the tough experience of  put on  boa id scows,   when it is    ex-   William Gallup,   who  limped  iuto tho  pec-ted   th.it witlrlngh water this af-'city last  night, his clothes torn   to  teriioon,  it will  be possible to   tow'ijieces and him<3eif almost   ���������    total  her  oil the locks and into deep  wa- 'Wl.eck from cxpoSUie.    Todtty GalIup  is   recuperating,      and  tomorrow  he  will return to Britannia mines, where  WILL BRING  ENGLISHMEN  -��������� ������������������������������ -    -���������--,  To supply the demand for iiborin  this province am -effort is to'be axle  ' at "once to -bring from England * from  ,one to'/-two thousand men ana   live  -.-hundred    women. .* P.  Richards, ,"a  "���������J farmer living, at Hulloar, Armstrong;  "' , B.C., has t-aken thc matter in   hand  And offers to secure the help rtiijhiii-  ed by> all who  will contribute    the  f   ' -"-ii"'-        *-  aum    of $1   towards his   travelling  expenses.    ' -    _'  < -    "  -"   .The- offer, is ~ the first of its kind  - made and it the enterprise of' <Mr.  -*   Richards meet's with success a great  > deal -   Will' have been' done   towards  .^ relieving; -'a "situ_t������on^tfaat;. has~of  ~'r Ute'heen .-growing more and    moie  " acute. .,  A clamor has gone    forth  for the lowering of/the head tax on  .Chinese, those advocating such a policy believing that   it ' would    solve  the trouble" of tlie large employers  of la-b-or.    For instance, it bas tieen  claimed that the, fruit crop has suffered for    Uie     want of the proper  help in harvesting and many    othci  industries have suffered because    of  the scarcity of labor. .  Mention need  hardly be made of domestic help, foi  iu this     sphere    it * is argued .that  there has never been a time"  wheo  labors of    this kind could "be secuied  in   force.    Tlie letter oi Mr.   Richards, however., speaks for itself.    It  is addressed to Mayor Morley.   It is  os follows:  Hullcar, Arinslro-q-tg;, B.C., Sept 12���������  To the Worshipful Mayor ot Victor ia}  Dear Sir,���������I have taken the privilege of writing this lettei to you,  to inform.1 you that I, F. Richards,  farmer, of Hulloar, Armstrong*,"B.C.,  j am intending a visit to England  about Octobei 1st, 1906, and that I  have been corresponding with the  Kootenay Fiuit Glowers'. Association with a view to bringing out  from England about the last week  in March next from one thousand to  two thousand strong,. able-jb'odicd,  young _ien, then ages to range from  eighteen to thirty-five. Also thai  Mrs. F. Riohaids will try and secure five hundred young females,  their ages to range fiom eighteen  to thirty.  I would ibkf glad if you would  make this known in and around Victoria, as I feel sure there are many  "Who would like us to bxing them  some help out. I will g-Ia-dly. receive  the names and addresses of any lady  or gfcntlojiiati, farmer a* fruit (������rower  requiring help of any kind, the sort  of help they require, with wages,  etc., per month. The charge I am  ma-king is one dollar per head to  help me in my travelling, in the coun  Wy-places for .them.' I have bieeii  <TOt .from England now five years  and know just what sort of help  is required for this lovely country.  I would like to .bring'out .five hun  "dred or so :miners if I could only  ���������get hold of the. right people who  require them.  ���������Mr. ��������� Geo.  Parkingson, . farmer    and  landowner,  whose farm adjoins    me, ,  and who is going to supervise    my  place while I am away, has   gladly  INSTANT  DEATH  TURKEY  :       IN TROUBLE  Sept.   .21.    TVlr.   Irishman  has    not  been  receive*-   by   the , Sultan  Vancouver,-Sept.'21.���������.A teamster,       Constantinople,    ., Sept.     20.-Th*i  named  Janies Thompson,1 .who   lived   audience of John JI  Leishman,   thc  at North  Vancouviei,  was almost in-' American Ambassador,  with the .-iui  st.intly    killed-   by allying shingle-   ton .has been postponed until  Sept.  bolt1 at McNau-s camp.   . Thompson ' 28th.^  It was'announced" from Con-  was  diivmg his  team  on .lhe     road . sta^'tinople   last week   that Mr. Lc-  about a  bundled  feet fioni/Jhe .skid-   .shrnan's audience   had been fixed t,,v  way, 'When a'bolt sliding-'down "the  Hume failed, to  make the usual--turn, -    .  und bin tling-'thiouigh the an insfeail ., >  stiuck Thompson arid k.'llcd   him al-'SmCe Con8res3 rai^d tke, diplomatic  most    instantly.   " 'The-, tody jwas  prost   at Constantinople, to/the grade  louivAVon the     road"  aiid^taken' to of an Am������������ssador, conseijuently    he  NoitlKVancouver,   wlieie. an   iiiqjuest' has   nmt J'et been accorlded the bltt-  was-held; by Qoi oner Diplock.     The c"al   recognition  clue .Jlis  new   rank"  jury .returned-a'vei diet' of accidental   for  which he .has  been  waiting sev-  death."* As.-this   was the' second'ac- jeral months. - The  situation  arising  cident 'iLoni ., the  same cause' 'thai from  thus ..cause ~ot action ._.y-_-srur-  ���������ha<l .occurred ^ at the - same    place, "key  is   not. without  its  seriousness.  Lhougirihe 'hist1'was" not 'fatal, ".th<T it even ' having been   suggested    in  Coioner-   recommended to  the-"'"vurv ~^m* r..w...,^..CT     ,l.������   ������-      \������,^-���������,..'          ""     "'  ������        ". '.~W~  I  thatthev   .should'biingin'a "lecom-  some  ^ua,t '^    ttat  an     American   large nuin(1)pl of   shaid,olde.s m Van  **> squadron might make    a  demonstra-   cbuver.    The Diamond Vale company-  tio.n in Turkish waters, if the Sultan persists in putting off the audience    with   the  new-   American    am-  tei. ��������� The cause of the stranding ol  the " steamer is considered to have  been the heavy sea, which carried her .  trom her course    There were   about* he  1S ������������Pl������cd.  foity passeuqeis'aiUoaid at thc tima I ������n Sl,ndfty Gall,"} lefi ,he miQ0S  o^the -accident, besides a shipment1" do a litllo shooting on the di-  of hoises on "the way north to be' ^ iite mst behind the camp. He only  usetH,iu the mail service there this.-oolc a small lunch with him, as  winter.,                  ' he expected   to be   gone   only a few  1 ��������� o  houes.    After travelling a considera-  LARGE COAL* AREAS ACQUIRED , hie distance and teaching   an altitu-  . . j   I  , ' - -" ( I do of over lour thousand feet a heavy  j The Vancouver News-Ad vei User- of fog blew in fiom the sea and wrap-  yesterday has the following: The'pod the mountain peak's in an impen  Diamond-Vale., Coal andiron Mines, 'etrable J-.lanl-.ev of mist. Gallup etar  wittr-head oilices in this city, havc|,ed 1o lotrace his steps> but ^j-g  boiyled large coal properties u, the '.,inablo (o maKe out any wol, ]mu  neigliuoniood ot Coutlee,  in the   Ni   ,    ;._ , '      .     .    .  . . ,  ,-,,., , '        , landmarks, he lost his way and wan  cola Vallcv. and piomise to bo   pro-   ,      '     -      ��������� v      . ,t  ducim; within a few months. Mr.  T  ,tUinid for  hours  *1^out  beinS   atole  J. Smith, piesident of the company,  lo locftl������ bis P������^ioa-  made the   announcement     vesteukw, I' >fl������h*r cnme  on   and   Call������P  wmp.  ���������afternoon that'the'deal had been no- Pfi- wheie, he does aot know; but  gotiated, J.100,'000 lieing the amount ho made" himself as comfortable as  of the consideration.* The coal pro- ipo-.sibl2. and managed to secure'eome  peitie.s were secured from the estate sleep, tfacoigh ho suffered conslderab-  of'W-m. Charters and J. Garcia and ij from cxposuj;e to the raw night  comprise about 2,000 acres,  and    lie  ai^  just    easl  of    the Cold water River, i   _$. .,  Sit"* Thomas  ShaiiQhnessy,   President'  of the C.PR.,  stated yesterday   af-  SAILS'FOR %  ternooni that his company would take  all the coal that the" Diamond   Vale  people corUd turn out  This   'will     bf good news   to the  THE NORTH  mendation that the company -lave  the dangei   lemedied.     This  the jury  failed  lo do, and  the Coroner will  himself communicate with the company about the matter  Thompson was an uiiniairied man,  39 yeais  of~ <igc.  consented to give to 'anyone any 'reference to my social standing in this  coni-munity, 'also Mi. J. Adinc, farm  cr and postmaster, will do thc same  for me. /  Why I am aslcing a dollar a head  is that the expenses foi me to reach  these men will be a good bit, for I  only want Lhe best, and I have  made a guaunlec that if I do not  get the sort of help anyone ri-p,uiies  then dollar will be refunded as soon  as  I l el ii m.  -Ti listing you will help me in this  matter, I ami, dear, su, yours faithfully,  V.  RICHARDS.  bassador.  Victoria, Sept. _0���������The D. G. S.  is composed largely of Iliitish Col- Kestrel leil for Campbell River to-  umlbians,  with some holders of stock, day   having on board Countess Grey  in Ontaiio. It is the intention! to  move the machinery on to the pio-  peity immediately and the preliminary woik pt de\clopnieiit ��������� will be  lushed with all possible speed.  Reg-  "The English sentence grows short  er and shorter," says an essayist.  "Spencer, Sir Thomas More, Ivly, "^r trains are expected to be lun  and Sydney used sentences of thc , ������vnS on thc Nicola branch of the  average of 55 words. Nowadays the C.P.R. in a month or two, and it  sentences of the average journalist will only be a short time aftei that  are only 15 words long. before    native coal is produced     for  "Bacon  introduced  the short   sen.- 'consumption on the  road,  tence.     At a time when   everybody ���������    The Diamond Vale's original   pio-  else was using 50 words, he took to ' pcities aie located  at Quiloliona,    a  OVER-SIOAS  GOSSIPINGS.  "What shall I do with this, sn''\  asked a constable at M;u liKoipugh  Street, holding out a bottle of moi-  plua taken fiom a piisonei who had  just 'been taken over "I should  think," said Mi Dcriman, the Mag-  lstiate, "thai the united wisdom of  your superioi olliccis might be able  to direct you Suicly thcie is a  drain or sink at the police station."  (Laughter.)  One uf .the wai--1 ���������-~>-��������� , .������������������-rnr-.lc-i  alongsi(le"'the now dock , at .Tauches-  tcr exhibits the singular detail,- if a  railway tunnel, about 250. feet .ong  anil proviilcd with two lines of.raite,  passing th-rough the ground iloor or  the stn.iclu.re'. in an; oblique' direction  so as to permit, goods trains to be  run direct . from '.the frVay to the  goods yards ,: at the other side... of  the'buildings. X- '���������     "  ' X .'". :~"    *  Janies Dempster, an cx-convict,  sentences a (i L'amib-elh to 12. ' years'  hard . labor as a suspect, -" red  that'he had bpen earning j.-n iunest  though precarious livelihood M.ce  his, liberation "from prison. Inviting  the magistrate to notice his pp\sr  cal condition, he asked .whether he  looked as though he had been living  dishonestly.    "I. have lost  20 pounds  22.     Piaise be to  Bacon.  "Macauley  used   a  very  short sentence.     ' Its average length  w.is  23  (\words.       Dickens' average was    28.  Thackeiay's was 31.  "Mutlhew Arnold _ sentences are  long, but beautifully balanced They  are thirty-soveners. Henry James'  are longei, and, though intricate,  are well woith puzzling out, for ur  each ,i wondeiful meaning is concealed.    They are thirty-nineis.  "K'ipling's sentences aie twenty-  oneis, Geoige Moore's are twenty-  foureis, II. G. Wells' are twenty-  tlireers. Upton Sinclaii's aie twenty, twocrs."  (Continued on  Page 4)  PECULIAR AND PERTIN INT  Of every 1,000 mineis in Great -Bn-  lain 1.24 lose their lives by accident  annually. In Germany the uitc a  1000 is 1.90; in; the United States,  3.35: ..  The city of Ripon, England, celebrated recently 'with'a., procession  (and --various eh-terto*i*_raents the  1020th anniversary of its incorpora-  tion. .Each division in the procession represented a century.  The Wocheimer railway, from Ass-  ting to Trieste, which was opened  by" Archduke-Franz*.Ferdinand, of  Austria, July 19th, has 47 tunnels  and 728 -bridges. One of the (rJrklges  has the largest stone arch in the  world.     The span is over 270   feet.  Peoria, 111., claims the most remarkable bicyclist in the world, con-  few miles beyond Nicola     The Nicola line    is    projected   through then,  but as   /he   -line    will    not  be con-  stiuc-ted  that   fai  this year,    owing  to  hea\y  lock-cutting   in  the  ucini-  ty of    Nicola  Lake,   it  was   decided  to    secure    these    other./ propel ties  Thev are just  east or Coutlee,    and  the  railway     is    constructed    light  through thorn      Coal has been    proven to  exist imdci  all parts of   the  2000  acies      It  outcrops  near     the  Coldwalei     Ki\ei, and  dips  to    the  east      A  half  mile noilh,    just'  at  the line of  the    lailway,  it is    137^  feet below lhc  suiface; half a    mile  cast of  that   it is  100 feet,  while a  mile east  of  the outcropping   it   is  150 tcet.       The quality is excellent,  and the fact that  a  market >will be  available right at hand us soon   as  the    product     is    ready,   will   mean  much ioi   thc company.  On tlie proper-tics at Q,uilch*ena, thc  expenditure of $75,000 has demonstrated to the thorough--satisfaction  -of the officials that coal lo the  depth of t10 feet is underlying. The  immonsity of sucli a deposit is difficult to comprehend .and is practically inexhaustible. Had the. railway line '-been, constructed to that  point this year, it is not protable  that these other properties would*  have been acquired.  The production of coal in the Nicola Valley will also greatly''.stimulate' other mining there. At Aspen  Grove, Ton Mile Creek and ' other  places are large hip-dies of copper and  other  ore,    and    with   good  coking  Lady Sibjl Grey and Mr. Leveson  Cower. At Campbell ravei. thc partj  will meet Hon. James Dunsmuir's  3ui\atc jacht Thistle with Earl  Grey Hon James Dunsmuir and  party on board. A week's fishing  and hunting will be "enjoyed along  the shot os of Vancouver Island on  JUite Inlet. Bclore her departure the  Countess was presented w th a gasket of ripe stiav.berries grown in  the open ait b.\ Mis Rudd of Rock  Hay  a\eiuie.  o  KID SCALER  IN SPOKANE  sidering his advanced age. This man,  Thomas W. Davis is now in his 77th coal in the immediate vicinity, coup  year and has ridden over; 100,000 led with railway facilities, an iin-  miles. He received from the Ccn- pctus should -be given that will  tiry Club of America the first for make the Nicola one of the -banner  the 1902 mileage record. I producing districts of the Province.  Iprc  A little o\cr a year ago, "Kid"  Scaler tned to get, a boung match  pulled oh m Ladysmith, but thc lo  cal bpoits could not? seo it that way  with the result th.it the hall was  not opcaed up. Evidently tocaler  n.is U'uu moLC lot lunate in Spokane,  as the loilowinjg, l/aken Uoni the  apokaue Chiomclc,  will show:  "1 will light kid Scaler at Lis  own terms���������133 pounds at nngside '  said Maurice Thompson in speaking  ot Scaler's statement that Thompson would not fight him unless ho  scoured 133 pounds ��������� at 3 o'clock.  "(From the way Scaler put it he  makes it out that I am afraid ot  him at 133 pounds ringside. I am  not afraid to make the weight and  will nicet him at any time on terms  we could agree upon. I can get  backing lor a sideibet up to $1,000  that 1 can whip him at 133 pounds,  and if he'wants to take a try at  me all he has to do is to .put up  his forfeit. I fought Scaler at 131  when I" met him before, but feel I  was down too low to .fight at , an  advantage. I would not care to  make .131 again for him, but I will  not hesitate if he consents to meet  me at  133 pounds at the ringside."  parliament |in 1905, making it unlaw  ful to make false rejacsentation to  workmen coining to Canada, and  the following lejtej has come to  hand showing that prompt action ha������  been taken in the matter.  -  The Secretary, of thc Congress sitting in Victoria has lo-reived a Sim-,  ilar communication and tliey have  strongly commended Uie minister for  his prompt action and passed a resolution to Mr. Smith for his work  4n i parliament o_ behalf of the labor cause of Canada, which lesolu-  tion, we undeistand nas unanimously  carried. This teport of the work  done m parliament will be printed  in the press in a few daj's when the-  public will be made aware of 'all  tho facts, the follow ng letter speaks  for  itself:  Ottawa,  Sept.  7,   1906:  Dear Mr.  Smith ��������� ' c \'  You will probably have observed  in the preis that I am sending; _Mi-  King. the Deputy minister oi Labor  to England, to urge udon the Jlnt-  ish authorities the impoitance of  legislation being enacted by the Imperial parliament in accordance with  tht tfenor of resolution introduced by  jou- in the House of Commons at '  \he lasttsession of parliament.  It_ has seemed    to me -*-;that -too'. .  iiiuLii    juipu. *.uiitO   oaiuiou   Ut   aua*.,.-  ���������-,_  lo   Liie i)--l<.s������->il^   oi nu> *n^ ,logi->ia-  Liou   euneicci    u^      ri.c   xm-^iiui   i>ctt-  luniiLn*.   -.Much   will   ines^uc   a   .uijen-  liou    oi    such      iiauuuUuL   piuoLicji  a-a  \,c-ib    snow u    lo   ha\ e   evlal-oU     an  Lhe     case    ol   riic   pai lj    ol     Hiilisu  jjii_ieis   wno woio niuuuua   to    luhi*.  to    Winnipeg    m   the   tpnng    oi   las..  ^ear   on Uie   exiiecLalion oi rocerwng  good   jiosmons,      wnoicas  in  LcaliL.i  ihey   weie      bioi.gUt out  ro act     a*-  SLi_vO-b/eakeib.    ji.i'onnation    leucn-  ed at   the de^ai Lnient since the cloau  ot     the sesision as   to fuithei    nau-J.-  ulent  piacu&us������ of  a  like kind  Leing  attenipied,   has stiengthenod   my be-  Jiei    in the need *tor. eaily   action  L>  the  Dntish   Co.oinmcnt.,   aud   it  is,  tltfiiefoiu,  with pleasuie   that 1 ha\e  acceded  to  the suggestion made     Ly  you during thu   couibe of  the .lebato  in  the  Hou&c of   Commons  and     to  the   lequest   of  ihe  Trades  and ] a-  bor   Congress of Canada to send .Mi.  Kiii^     Co    personally   repicsent      lhc  \ iews ol the Depai tment of Labor in  this matter,    to   tho  Biitndi  authorities.  I am giMing 'Air. King letters, setting forth (ho import am c which the  Government at I aches to this matter,' aild 1 hope they nuaj bo a  mean*, of faciliLaking 'tho success  of  his  mission.  _.c-Ho\_ mc. Dear Mi. Smith,  Rodolphc   Lcnncux,  Ifmistci   of  Labor,  _ o   DISCUSS A  WAR QUESTION  Ghent, .Belgium, Sept. 20.��������� Tho  Congress of the Institute of Inter,  national Law today debated questions arising out of tho Russo-Japanese war. On the subject of the  necessity of formal declaration of  war the   following was- adopted:  First,���������Hostilities   cannot   commence   without   an  unequivocal* preliminary  notice of war pure  and  simple, or  an  ultimatum  duly   notified   to -   tho  ���������adversary by the State intent ing v to  commence  war-  Soldiers arc just now being parad-1    Third,���������Hostilities cannot commence  cd at Aldershot in their, shirt sleeves j until after the expiration  of  a delay  Regiments   went   on   the    march in' sufficient to establish  the   rule     to  this fashion. have been complied with."  ,   ( THE LAOTSMITH   ������AILY LEDGER  ���������#-  aH3l_a^.\J������*^������*--*. ~**-J*nc!Ba' *  li-J .i" >*L.  I hi      BAiLY  Pijli-bai   every   day   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  'IHE   DAILY LEDGER  COMPANY.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One  Year (U advance) $5.00  One Month  _ ... __  50 cents  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  ili-D himself a sort of French academy,  and.will reform the .speling-'in a waj  tu soot himself.  " We _a\e \entined tu spel the  name of the President Hue-melt. It  is quote likely that meny will say  that is not his name. But the majority of tho people pronounce it thu9  the  first  silible riming with goose.  There aie others, of course, who  pionounce it differently, but if we  tho otker nations on the rest day iunsetLle l!,e tpeling- already estau-  c-uestioa. Laws regarding* Sabbath ;lisheJ r>epl w111 sVel accoijdiag lo.  Observance have recently been pass-if heir'ideas of sound,'but the name o������  ed by th������ government, which, while j the President, which it appears fu  ^-.T-i^ n������. ..rPq",!rC���������ert  respcct->pcpul know h������w  to  pronounce,  must  take its chances with, thc rest.   Stil,  Soanc vcrv di������vi.ceriing iiguu-s i>tln" Cieimau towns, where bodies  were .supplied to the meeting oi the u-iild u-maiii umlei stiict -sanitary  London .Society foi the Pievenliou ton 'lit ions until the first % signs of  oi Prcrm.liiu' P.uiul at Uloomsbuiv ])ii1iclaruon-lhe only reliable sign  town lull by  Di. Iladwen,  of   Glou-.o* ikath.  ctalei; as arguments u������ spredv legiv \ The Yen. Aichdeacon Colley, who  Lilion, in utuial u-ioim. The follow- [was ncaily Inn led alive i-i his infan-  ing cases, he said, had 1-fcen ceitif.o.1 'c\. -lated that he bad pieparcd plan  by medical men:  Persons buiic-il alive,  14Q.  FRIDAY .:   SEPT.   21,  1900  France  is   falling    into   line    v.i'thj  ing worship, demand that one da.v  la seven be set apart as a rest,  Hoy when an entire cessation from  all  labor for  all  men.  The demand for hollow bricks and  huildmg blocks for koui-c construction has induced glass manufacturers  to put. hollow glass biicks on the  market, and they promise to be used  extensively for novel and aitistic effect.  The first glass bricks provo_ a failure on account of their cast, but the  hollow glass bricks    can be made at  Jnucli lest, expense. 'I'liey axe lighted |aud mLui,..sting one 'lfee judging will  and stronger than <,i_y bricks, a_rt\vln take place today and tho pun-1  uoii-conductois 'clJ',_i _ay oi the exhibition will be  Saturday. A baud will be in attendance, and the exhibition will <-loso  with a J.i'-- . Hi spacious cxniu  ition  hall  on   Satuiuay fe\eniug.  it is a safe guess'(or gess)' that ho  will continue lu sine Roosevelt. Per-  kaps Theodore      Kucevelt   would _ot  be  recognised  in forin' lands.   -������       1   lhe _u_*.ui exhibition -by thu Co\\-  lJiau -\gUvuiiiual and HoriJ-uliur-  ���������i -ooiety wh.LK.Lx oj/ouj*. to-daj ancfa  pioniioo ol being an exceptionally  good one. 'lliu li&t ol entries already made e.*k.ujeiib th<tt oi an> loi-  juei- year, while the programme U  sports  and amusement!**,    is   a  ���������>am,.l  Nariow  escapes  from  uur'al  r������L\c  219.  Dissected alive,  10.  Nanow     escapes  alive,  3.  wiurchy part of his house .a Stockton,  neai  Rugby,   was   to  be turned  into a   "parish   parlor."  where poor-  people,  In ing in one or two   rooms  with  .i    huge    family,  could    bring  from   diss ic-liou ' thcii  dead and pay  thean  loving      t-  . lenliou      The looms would he   ,/ ?-  EiriWalmed alive, 1. ' santly' furnished and filled with flow-  '   Cremated alive,  I. ,    j prs,   and    the  bodies  could     remain  He urged    that    there should    be j there   until signs  of    decomposition  waiting mortuaries, as in Munich and,  had set  in. ���������  such  excellent  txre  that walls built of thein are prooi  against dampness, sound, heat and  cold. The bricks are seaLod licimet-  iCally when hot, and are placed in  .walls with a colorless mortar made  of - special glass. The bonding  slreng-th of the glass mortar is almost as great as the bricks themselves  For ornamental friezes, dadoes,  .string courses, and facades they are  of special value, and add greatly t0  the   artistic   c-ITccts.  Forthose. who might object to living     in glass houses  through  whoso  -.walls anyone could see, it could oo  said that" the hollow glass' bricks  me mase both translucent and oparfti  ���������Furthermore, the old adage that  Uiose who live in class houses* should  jei'raiii from throwing- stones has no  -ij>j)lica(ion to tho modern glass bruk  liouse, for the bricks are made .so  strong- that an ordinary stone throw  ���������against thein w0ulcl rebound without  cracking- a.).v   of the masonry.    ,   ���������% p������������������  Tfere is what Jlcnry Walter-son,  (who has never seen any food in  Theodore Roosevelt, says anent the  President's endorsement of leformed  spelling:  " Nuthing escapes Mr. Rucovelt. No  -subject Is tu hi fr him to takl, Tipt  tu lo for him tu notis. Tfe makes  tret lis without the consent of thc sen-  dt. Tie inforces such laws as meet  Ill's approval. and failstu se 1hose  that du not soot ini.    T-Tc now assnle  -ithe   English   langgwidg,     constitutes  T-|H> WWII VSTK  Union-made Capital & Nugget Cigars  Minard's    Liniment for sale   every  where.  M*  m*  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 of  ft family, or any male over e ghteen  years ol age, to the e-teat of one-  quarter section ol 160 acres, more  or less.  Entry must be made personally at  the local land oflice lor the 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 six months' residence  upon and cultivation of. the land in  each year for three years.  (2) If the father, (or mot-her, if.the  father is deceased), of the homesteader re-idea upon a farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the requirements as to residence1 may he  satisfied hy such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) Jf the settler hau his permanent residence upon farming land owned by Wm in the vicinity of bin home  stea_, the requirement*) as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six moHthe' notice in writing  should be given to the Commissioner  ���������or Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  CoaJ lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds shall he collected on the  gross output.  W.  W.  CORY,  Deputy of,the Minister of Interior  L1FJ- FOR LIFE AND  .'     DEATH FOR DEATH  St. Pelci-buig, Sept. 20.���������In re-1  venge for tlie execution of Zenadie  Konplianjko\o, the assassin of Cen-  eral Min, the1 "social Revolutionists  are -sending broadcast a violent man-'  iiesto directed against Kmperor JSich  olas, and vowing to remove one after another of "the props of the  cowardly,  murderous  autocracy."  The manifesto concludes: "The die  has been cast, one Ihing remains, an  nilnliatc mercilessly " all enemies ol  lhc people. There must be life for  life, death for death, cent for cent.  With the illuminating* memory of  JCon-oplianlko\ o to guyje them all  through Russians must strike terror  to   (he    heart   of  the   executioners.''  ' miners' DiillingiiM'acliines'  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT  NOTICE.      DRIL1.S  SHARPENED   BY US'     ALWAYS   CiTVK SATISFACTION.  ���������PICKS  HANDLED  A NTi>  REPAIRED   -S IIIPSMI T niNfi    IN      A. L L   ITS    B R A N C IIIOS  f-forseshocrs and (jencra- Bfacksmitns. ���������  ?RIGH  BtiU'er Street  Lady ������mi tin, 13 C  I      Any paities after this  notice found selling or buying hotx.Ios.b'e-  y     longiag to the U. B. Co., will   lie prosecuted to the full cvtent of  "    thclaw. - _  A reward  of Tcn-Do,1lars  (  $10) will he paid  to any person gtv-  I', ,. iug information that w,ill load to thc conviction of persons guilty  of the offence.  Union  Co  Limited  NANAJMO  C.  .j..'^4..j^..r^..t,^.j.^������|.^..?,^'.4-������*V4. ���������' *y*I-{ .l^.i~^s+.\.^.l*+.l.^l.+''r<>t������i'+4r'  STKAM    Iln.lTCD  l'UK^MSHI.l>     KOOliS  ABB0TSF0  Ai J. McMUKTRSE, -Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  B'AU.SUPPUH) WITH BK.'T  W1NICS, UQUOHS, CIGARS     -  OTEL  LADYSMIlh;   . C  Good' tables and good  - ^Rooms  LADY5MITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on Roberts   Street'an������  lay Water     Hates; between.the 10th   and the 25th of each month.  Office Hurs IP. H.-4-39  T, J BLAND,.    .  SUPER INTEN D ENT.  This  Hotel  hau   been completely       renovated.  Board amd lodging 11.00 per dfcy.  HOTEL    PRETORIA  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar  Sujiplied  with the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-���������  Liquors and  Cigars.  :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  ������=   YOU  WANT  AGOOD <  first Class   (Meai  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN FIRST AVENUE.  Express Work  Light Teaming. " Wood or-     Bark  for  sale.     Sec J.   KEMP,  or   leave  Orders With  - i ���������'      I        ,    I  W. CARTER,  PIRST  AVE'NTJE.  PHONE      fi-O  First  Class  RIGS FOR HIRE*!  WOOD AND BARK FOR S ALE AND DELIVERED.  EXPRE SS WORK.  1    PHONE 66 LADYSMITH    I  .������������������������..���������-������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������.^<.������.-������. ������������������*���������������������-������������������������������������*<>���������.������"������'.������"*������'.������..-������"t."������..t...**"0..������..������"0"������"������"*"������"������*,*>"*'"*"*"*"*"*'  j..q..������.������������������������������������������..���������.���������>��������������������������������� ���������.-.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������������������������^H***-**  STOVES!  !  ^.^-���������..������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������"���������"���������"i"*"*'"*i- .*  I STOVES!  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of j.  Latest Styles"and Newest Patterns--We do j  A!| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work *  Nickei Plating in all its branches a. Specialty j  ]   Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld |  '     TELEPHONE 5S P.,0. Box 42. J  i^M*���������t.4MfN������M|,4.4���������c,^���������fMt������.������i������s..������.o..c..i..a.l'*������Al  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done- '��������� " ���������������������������-������������������  ���������  Orders  Promptly    Execute  S   ROEDDING    -   ----   LADYSMITH  Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Rail^jay  VICTORIA EXHIBITION  SPECIAL   EXCURSION   RATES  to Vic|pri^.vlJ^R^I 7ICKET irom L^dysniitJ(i lc?  Victoria $2.00. Good from Sept. 25 to 30th,  lEguyfiR J$m ffRVICE  ^^_^_^______���������^__________________._���������  /  ri  Geo,L. Courtney,  58 Government St., Victoria,'B.C.  District Passenger Agent  W'l M .-*  Lot Jones,'Prop.,  Best Supplied Bar iii Town  - -     - >--��������� oa. J-r-     '���������  ill' .     -s      '   ','    ���������  (H������lf Block from Depot.)  OAT ACRE .STREET-     Ladysmith.  f       1 ..    1,4  UnderiNewlManaxment'  HOTEL WILSON  NANAIMO  Commercial Mena' bead-jaarten.  Modern and    Strictly First ClaM.  FireProof    Bulldlif.       " "���������  .'   ' ��������� .1.  Try Capital and Nugget Cigars  ,  ���������   1   ���������' ��������� ������������������ l    1  When in. need of a refreshing  --   -     1-     ������������������    ���������       ���������   ��������� -    ..        -*4't    ('|1,!?i'    ii   ^^[        ������������������  Shave, Haircut,    Beard Trimming,  Bath, etc.,'etc, call at-   -  Shaving Parlors,.,etc.,    High Street  Special   appointments'for  Ladies'  Massages and ^Shampoos.    !  .   '".'.  Best���������ai������:otnm6dUtion 'for [transient  An* permanent Wrdera a-Zlodke'ri!'  This; new. Hotel has. been oomlort-  mMy. furnished and the.;bar It ������p-to-  d������,te.    Rates, $!.������������������ a day   and - - Bp-  ���������.< - Wll. BEYERIDGE, .Prop.,:  ���������^���������laaad-a i������.ri������-! ���������_���������: wLad?a_4tk  NURSERIES, A SEED HOUSES  ���������,     ���������,   o ��������������������������� ���������  Large Stock of Home grown  Fruit and Otnart\c_tal Trees'  now maturod for the (Pall  Trade. ���������    ' ,    "  No expense, loss or delay,  of fumigation or inspection.  Headquarters "for Pacific,  C.oast grown Garden, Field,  and Flower Sieeds in season.'  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps  vVha'e Oil Soap, Greenhouse  Plants, Cut Flowers, Bulbs  '.Forfall-Planting'   .  We do business on our own  j rounds���������no rent to pay and  c are   prepared   to meet j all,  competltido.  Let. me price your list be- .  fore placing .your,order. '  Catalogue FreV.-f ���������' ;  Fletcher Bros.  Pianos |& Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  Plumbing ^ and Tinsmithing  Reasonable Prices  J, ANDERSON  Leave orders at reterson's Furn  tufe Store/ or telephone No 54."'"  !       1   ���������     .'     I-i ~l,L J. ���������      i>>  Sunlight Soap is better than other aoapf, but  a beat when used' in the Sunlight way". -!'  Buy Suili^lit So ip sMti ioll'ow Directions  **l-*t<**44**4-*4>*l*-J*4^^  I     THE T.YEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     *  %   S=_l PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, OOLD AND  * ' <       --'������������������' .--'i-"  '���������' SILVER ORES.    '      >  * - -' -"   ���������  I   '  $ il  IS melting WTorUs at  Udysmith, b. c.  .CLERMONT LIVINGSTON*,  HEAD OFFICE  | DUNCANS STATION.  $      Vancouver Island,    G. General Manager, t  / ,  ������__���������  R. Williarpson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B. C  =**=****--^M*W^gg*-*=gggggg| -^ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������-���������-M J  ladysmith *r^nsf"er stable  f   PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD    FURNITURE MpV.  ED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY. "   ":'-. -'-'-   '.-"'^ ���������'���������.-'  Stabled in the rear of the Lad yj3ipith hotel.     Leave orders at  ^he''"  .[^".���������'\'[        ' ���������'.   ':���������' ���������"*      AWbotaford :':.."'".  ���������������������������;':,v:-:'   ;"'.:";���������;'J !  ��������� A.  J. V^ASKETT PROP.        ; .  4-*-4-*-*^*-*4-f4-MH4.>^4 ��������� ���������-f+*^>*4.  >-*������������������������������������* ���������������������������������������������'���������4'���������:���������-.  ':'.:������������������'!���������  WM. MUNSIB, President    J, W. COBURN, Managing Director.  -���������'';'.'.-''-'"'-:  ���������'- ���������-:'''    *'-;'Telephane 4-6. -" ." '  ���������       " ;! '..iT ;*ri * r   ' ���������  - le p^sm^h Lumber Go. Ltd,  MtlLLS  At   FIDDiqK   AND   LADY SMITH- r- >viM- m^  SHingles a Specialty  MANUFACTURERS OF���������-  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS, SHINGLES, MO ULDINGS,      ETC.,     of   the BEST  QUALITY" SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK THE LADYSMITH DAILY    LEDGEB  !'i)ND  & SONS  ���������Dealers in���������  -Lime,  Plaster Paris,    Brick,,  Pire Brick jand Vancouver island cement.  S Fandora St. Victoria B.C.  Vfurafacturers of the Famous  XCUBAN BLOSSOH  None bu   Union Labor  . Etnploysd  H J. BOOTH, Prop  W. S1LER.    -  *ENEiiAL hXPRESS &ND  - DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY DO"* ".  Leave "orders at the Abnotsiord.  THC COMTOKTABL- WAV.  ���������    }������      i     i      '  Ticket'and Freight Office, 75  !  Government Street.  Tanscontinental   Q  Trains Daily   \_  The New-Train  , $ 11 _ * f ���������������'. ui ivii r_ d -  Tke Trait ot  , -Ease,  Elegance,  Excellence.  ' Every mile a  picture,,, and  to smoke to ".spoil the   view.  ''^ Through Compartment,   Ob-  ' servation and Pullman Sleepers;    alto    Through    Tourist  Carp jto 'Chicago.  ' At antic Steamship Business to Europe 'jg  is our Specialty     .    ,  .Union    Terminals  with  all  -Steamer lines'..  "_' Berth reservations by wirel  , Great Northern S.S. Co.  FOR JAPAN   AND CHINA.  . Steamships Minnesota and Da-  ; Jcota nail from Seattle for Japan   and China ports at   frc-  il querir dates.', Exact   sailing  cf4atesVcan ,be .secured upon application to' any' Great North-  ���������Xetn representative.  Si 6. YERKES,       ,  -    A.G.P.A.,  Seattle,'.Wash.  -E. R. STEPHEN,  -   *\  Pen. Agent,   Victoria: B.C  ^M9uBjJin!iTilTiIii^  ire lou Golnj M  Then be eurr. your tickets read   ill  the'  ' Mil Western line  The only line now making ' UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Pacini  Coast. ,      ,' ,  THE SHORTEST LINE, TJ  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWES-  RATES,  THE'FASTEST TIME.  '   BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.' PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT *  and ALL POINTS EAST.  '"For complete information ask y  local agent or write,.  f'. w. parkin  .   General   A tnT  Til) 2n_"Av8.. -fteattl*  NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  Dr. Proctor with Mrs. Proctor and  child returned last evening from a  fortnight/s outing at Alberni. One  line deer is found among the baggage  the Doctor is taking home to help  prove his hunting stories. Alberni  is, says Dr. Proctor, an ideal place  for a few weeks of rest and recreation, ke~ killed a numbeo of deer and  some other game. lie saw a bear  or two and they are quite plentiful,  l^ut shot none, nor did he hunt grouse  which it' is said are not plentiful on  account of the wet spring, .particular  ly the   rains in   June.  Doctor Proctor and family will  return to Vancouver tbi'lay, but  horcs    to come  again.  _*_:  n.  li<Sw Excufsjpn  Rates  Rbund Trip!  Tickets  i  July  10 to 15.  To        Denver :|   .   $55,00  August 7, 8, P  Io      Milwaukee     $69,75  Seot. 8, 9, 10.  ��������� To   Torontft $83,75  Aug. 7, 8, 9. Sept. 8 A *0.  TO ALL P 01 N TS  For particular! call on    or  tftlte E. E. Blackwood,, Gen-  N.P., Portland, Ore-  DAY   SCHOOL  U������ual, subjects  taught;  also'    Ian  guage0;  drawing  in  pencil  and  cray  ons,  paint ng in  oils and ��������� water ccol.  ors,' pianoforte and rvocal- lessons given in classes or individually.  MISS BER.TRAM,     Ladysmith, B.C  NOTICE  Boots and Shoes made and repaired. "Contracts taken' for clearing  land. ' >  TAI-SING;  PLETCHER.BLDG., '    .ist. AVENUE  JJIEBCY& 60,  Manufacturers -Of,t<\.? '���������       ': ''  "iRONCLAO'  BRAND i  rCLOTHING,  OVERALLS,,  '*-/-';   TOP SHIRTS,  ',,      \ ETC, '  __���������!���������*_-_ _���������_._. J  WHOLES^LE/JHY G00Q,S  ^ViCTOBIfl, B. G.  ^ Dr. ' -i can "be found at any time  at his otricc on Gatacre street. His  dental work le guaranteed to be first-  class,  and rates" fca''<>������able.  LADYSMITH    TEMPLE,    No.    5.-  Rathlione' Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall-   ever j'  2nd    and   -1th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.        c-    -  ,; , MRS. KATE TATE,-  ... -        - 'M. of R. & C. .  Mr.    \V.   R.   Dockrill.    of the   Van-  LADVSMITH   BAKERY  CHOICE^   CAKES    ANd'^ASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HANI)   ':  Wedding    Cakes   ���������ade   to Order  FRUITS   AND    CANDIES OF ALL  KINDS.    /rjRESH   BREAD  EV-  -   ERY   DAY  Prices    are   ��������� Very Reasonable.   ��������� All  Customers' are Treated Alike.',  HOP LEE A CO.  ON THE   fiSPLANADE.  Dr. R. B.  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed and at reason-'  ,_hle rates. !  ,, . RESIDENCE AND OFFICE.  Gatacre St   _      Ladysmith  Open at all.hours.'''''-'   ,  n .JT  * ���������      ��������� " i  PM DofILn? Works j  1st. Avenue,-Ladysmilh,  V. I. RiRio?. Prop.  MANUFACTURER OF  Carbonated Beverages,  dinger   Beer  Fruit Syrups  P.   O.   Box   248  }  cou\ei and A 111 0114 taLe'.edoiiiig Co.  is   in   tlie    WI3   in   connection     with  the unloading 01 lhe slap at De-  ���������parlure Hay, rh^it is now delis enn������  a cargo oi mirale for the Hamilton  Powder Works.  ! -During a conversation with Mr.  DocJ-iilI it was learned that thc  Stevedoring business along the island,, the pail of the business directly under charge of Mr. Dockrill is  very brisk, and he ha-s' great diflicul-  ty in securing help enough to do his  work. The Hindus (are a complete  failure at th|s kind of work, and  were found not of value in the  mill or woods at  Cliein-ainus.  Their'   food   is      pr.incipally"bread,  and  poorly  made.    They  are    not at  all  cleanly  in  their - habits' and,    altogether are undesirable   immigrant1*  Mr.   D������ckrill  finds  Indians   the  most  reliable    as   longshoremen,    but     his  iinii also 'employs much   whim labor  From his headujuarlers at   Uheniainus  ho  loadi iind unloads  prautitalli   ali  01 the sh pping outside  oi colliers, all  along the   coast  at J_,a_ys_nth,  Urof  ion,    Cheniainu&,   Oomox and    Aana.  imo.    lie has Leen loading  thi^. sou-  sou  the    Aoiue  ships at  Ladj smith,  quite     u  number     ol   wlucg   loaded,  sacked     and sonic     bulk      coal   lor  Soma.    i_\en into  lhe  Aictic  Circle,  Vancouver island  coal has been shipped   this year  and   it   now   looks    as  though   Uial   section   would  jicrcaftui  demand large  - quantities of     island  coal.  Tho ..Blue Funnel  line will hereafter load bunker coal  hero     instead  of  taking    it on  at tho   Sound.  AI Chcinainus the l)ig mill is running; steadily, cutting aOO.OuO leet  pci\day, and wiU doori run lulliime  at night instean'of at half -.-.M-acHy  as at present.  In the Ohemainus harbor at )>i"-  sonl are the Elizabeth, Our/011, .:.  U. Thomas, and Camalio Jtauk, all  taking on lumber. The Quito is due  at Ladysmilh for coal for Al'_oa  Uay. The 'Adriatic i.s due . fiom  Honolulu for Chemaijiius. rriie Eliza.  L.Snn is on hor way from Chili for  lum'bor. The biggest , luniber enrric-r  e\er in the si rails, 1 ho. Norwegian  ship rihcMa is due soon. She will  load .'{,000,000 Tin- ordinary slims  [4hal come in lo Cheniaimis for 111111  ber load from t'.anO.OOO to .!-  200.000 feel, hut the latter is considered a 'M'ry large-ship.  ���������. o ������������������  THE RTNG.  Percy Cove, of Evcrel t, and Gwi  De/cnah, of Cincinnati, have been  matched to fight in Everett on Oct.  19th. Tlir match is for .1 pc-iccn-  tai^e<-of dlie s<tc icccipts and a one  111 on sand doll.u side hei, the figi'itcrs  _ KBmt'-JssBm  ^  Under the patronage of His' Honor, the Lieutenant-  Governor of British Columbia  smmiH at wan, m  i m Mi 1 s  1 1 *j"-������ ���������  Liberal Premiums & Valuable Prizes���������The Best Stock  Market in the Province���������^ive Stock Parade Daily���������3  Days Horse Racing���������$5,000 in Purses and Valuable  Trophy Cups���������Splendid New Attractions including  Grand Broncho Busting Competition for Championship  of British Columbia  TRADE  GW*B  ������������������fe  EXCELLENT  Train Service!  BETWC-N.  CHICAGO, LOHDON,  HAMILTON, T0K0WT0,  L,fl������EB)EC,  0RTLAND, BOSTON,  ,.-.  And'tlie:P'rlncl*fiaVnu6lnea3 Comers of  Ontario, Quebec, and the j  ^Maritime Provinces.  iltOTOBUFFAlO, KEW YORK AND  ���������p munufm; via niaoar,* fahs.  :;]  .-jd ^FotS���������atfJablesveto.,addre-".  GEO. W. VAUX,  A.slititit.Qea'l Passenger aha Ticket Agent, [[  .,   . 13S AO������M������ St., CHICAGO, ILL.  ii_a_i_a_i-Mi_H-MBM_������KM  UNITED -ANCIENT ORDER OF  , '.. DRUIDS.  Wellington Grove, TM0. -4, UjA.O.D.  meets in the -I.O.O.F. I-Ial'l, Ladysmilh, the Second and Fourth Wednesdays of each month, commencing  Wednesday, 13th, 1905.  Visiting Druids are invited to   attend.     By Order  WM. RAFTER, Rcc. Sec.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  ^i_3i_������>i-^_B������_i������__^K_s-_maBnBv|  I11LBERT  St.   Joseph Lewis,  July U, 1903  Minard's  Liniment Co.,"Limited.  Orentlemcn,���������1 ivas hadly kicked by  my horse -last. Way and aflcr using  several preparations on my lc^i 110U17  iiiK would do. My leg was black us  jet. .1 was laid up in bed for a  fortnight and could not walk. After  using three jiiottles ot your MINARD'S LINIMENT I was perfectly  cured, so that I could stait on thc  road.*  JOS. DUUES  Commercial Traveler.  ii 111  Unscrupulous dealers have  been known to place inferior  boots vin our cartoons and represent them as VLECKIE  BOOTS." Don't be Imposed  upon.      There are    no   others  "JUST AS GOOD."  The above trade mark is indelibly branded on the sole1  of every genuine "LECKIE  BOOT." It stands for ALL  LEATHER BOOTS made to  resist the roughest western  wear. '  Ask     for   and INSIST upon  getting LECKIE BOOTS.  Manufactured by  J LECKIE Co, Ltd  VANCOUVER  B.C  SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES FROM ALL POINTS  For' entry blanks, "Prize L ists'and other information, Address,  I)  A. J. Morley, Mayor, President ������������������ J, E- Smart, Secretay  to  wcijih  side.  J18 poundi at.   lhc     lin-g-  llow many fiiiht fans knew that  Joe's l'eal name is Gaul, not Gans,  until he unlocked his bosom last  week and gave out the secret? G.int  was his father's nain'ie,, it is the name  his -wife uses and tho name his two  cluldicn, who live in Baltimore, go  by  But as Joe Gant the fighter will  never be known. He has gone loo  long by the ot-lier name for the public ever to ^et accustomed to the  change. Joe GauA���������no, it doesn't  ring right.  enjay  Steel Ran^e  prates are made  extra heavy *������_ strong  In the following article written by  thc veteran referee, George Silcr, is  some in teres ling infoi.mation about  thc  early  beginnings of   prize    fights  London- Tor on^o -Mori  Winnipeg ~V������ncouv���������r-St John N.B.  j^sJ^--������s_-"������-j;  !tie^ Ladysmith Hardware Co., bole Agents  .>������������������-'. -;J.J-.-l.':J    !W.U   ., ..... .: '.:,   :."' ri���������������������������  :' ;-'..:,- ���������������������������- N.QTICK, "���������  ^rom, thfs, date i;the undersigned  wlllj^not be,; .responsible for any in-  li.ab^ediieiss,,  ..-jnourred except on      ������  wri^tsn or'a'ef'sigped by the secretary  _.������.*/*.������vr.!-r:'   .iM'Ji-'Uii;.  ;i*--- .*.   '-     ..*:.��������� 1  Rowland Machin.  V.  I. E7IPLORATION <fe DEVELr  OPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C��������� May 18tkr ������������0f.  Limited  Attention Is called to tke  iact that tk������  Ogiivie Flour Tlill^   Co.  makers- ol ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR,     haye for some limt  past been producing floir In ������   vastly   improred and  ptrifl--' form  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control" of   all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of a dvising  the public that a������y unauthorized users of the electrical   Hour purifying processes will be ?ri>  Becuted.  Ogilv*8 Floni- Mills Company Limited  are', tlie only _aillers in Canada whose        Hour  p ipifial' b/ b'i.3 S'aofccio P_-oo93_ _____________  IJAIN 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 on the hand,  and    as    cold applications only   increased the inflammation, Mr. Straus  came to    Mr.  James N.   Nichols,   a  local     incichant,     for  something  to  stop the pain    Mr. Nichols says'   "1  advised    him    to use  Chamberlain's  Pain Balm, and thc  first application  drew out the inflamjuation and gavo  immediate relief.    I have ru'sed   this  liniment   myself and recommend    it  very  often Tor cuts,  burns,    strains,  and lame back, and have never known  it to    disappoint."       For   sale    by  Ladysmith Pharmacy.  M. R. SiMPSi  3  a.  Solicitor,   Bits.  Money to   lorn  Avenu?   -    -    -  LADYSiVl H  in tins country. The days when tho and little money,  men fought with bare fists',' skin  tight, or biwo ounce gloves, are happily depicted, as arc also those un-  nfiio hstic contests iu which the participants fought under no definite  iiiles, and generally cpncludcd their  battles by resolving'them into sort  ol go-as-} ou-please affairs, which  ncrc chaiactcrizcd by biting, gouging aiiiF kicking.  Pugilism had a foothold in Great  r.iilain -00 yoais a^o. Americaclion-,  K-k-.i its fust ruigi flight, according,  to the nilcs then 111   vogue, in   1S16.  Today   UlciI  BnLiin   is out of     the  pugilistic     miming .and  America   i,s  IY. \ " I  The  art  of  self-defence  was taught ���������  the .English, nobility  by  Tom    Figg  as  early as  JGD4,    and judging     by  Tom's  cuts,  his  knowledge of    how  to hil-s(.oi>-get-away  was. crude.  However, ho was the whole   works ^ ^ ihe followin    cftb to  in hiy  day, ami the modern   fighters  those who can boast of trig ibjank accounts, should be thankful that Fig_  Today   it is   all  money  and but  tew hard knocks.  The old EiigJis.Ii "pugs'' nude their  pugilistic    r-jputatioii     by    battling;  with  the "raw uus."     Aud    lighting  with the "law uiib" piCvailcd iu this  country until t-ho CaJUoima Athletic  Club  be_.ui staging  long lights  wiUk  5-oiincc gloves under  the lulcs Iram-  cd  by   the late Mai'ijuis  01    tiuecus-  bciry.     Prioi  to   tho  trmo  the CIA.:  C. paved the     way   Iol    thc present  day  lighter to gather   the com     and  avoid luid knOikb John L.   Sullivan  and other noted  liglitcis  ungagc-d   iu  short tilts with  the  mitts under-the  Alaiquis'     rules, but  the Caluoruias .  wore the Jirst to  make a iblusincss of  it .and to open the liiiaJicijal doors -tin  mil artists.  ���������. r   Loudon,   Sept.    _0.-*-Sir*.   Matthew  Natkan,    Govornoi'   ot    Llon_    Ko*_  inlroduced the game. In Tom's  time, and, I truthfully m,ay say, un->  til. within the last twenty-five years,  the  game .was  full of hard     knocks  (iho Colonial ollicc.. "There is strong  'evidenco that Bishop Hoar or Houg,  ��������� kong was drowned. The loas ol  ' life among tlie Chinese'^probably will  Miiount   to seven thousand."  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rates ?1.25 andffl.50���������  Fre to all steamboat landings and  railway depots. Electric care every five  miuute-B to all parte of the city. Bai  and table unexcelled.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT ST., VANCOUVER B, O.  OiAN"  Leads Them    AH  . in' quality  R. P. RITHET,  & Co., - I  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :���������: :-: :���������: .-: :-'B.G.  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. Take it when you have a cold  and it will allay the cough, relievo  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 re--*  suit in pneumonia. Price 25 cents.  Large size 50 cents. Forge size 50  Large size 50 cents. For sale by;  the Ladysmith Pharmacy.. THE L1DYSHITH DAILY TiG B&fiSR  i|i i|i .ft fr-fr *fr $ ���������$ $ ������$������ $ $#*������$#<$"$"$��������� 'I1 'I' $ 'I1 'I1 'I1 -ft  I THE BEST MINING SHOES I  * Shoes that Wear & ������  fOIVE   SATISFACTION I  1 AT REASONABLE PRICES I  Smith, Ffetos,  That's All  Local Items  Mrs. II. Ward returned this   morning from a brief visit to Vancouver.  Tomorrow evening,-at 8 o'clock, the  diawing for a shotgun will take  place at the Grand Hotel.  Some exceptionally good play was  witnessed on both sides, and witli  practice, a senior team that cannot  be beaten on ,thc Island or Mainland cithci, would be picked.  AVVtAfV������/www ./V^-'VVV'iiA'VvVv '  Thc following,.Ietter has been    received at this odicc from Ottawa:  i  I beg to inform you that an order in council was passed on the  11 th inst., by which the San Jose  Scale Act was amended so that nursery slock is now permitted to enter British Columbia at the Port of  Vancouver,, from countries infested  Mr. R. Watson has been confined * with the San Jose Scale, from the  to his house through illness for the lat ������f October, instead ot~lrom the  past two weeks. i^LSth  of  that    niont1--   as heretofore,  _,  ��������� I until the, 1st of May.     Thc   conces-  S.S. Princess Beatrice was in port | sion lias been made by the Minister  this morning for fuel. Mr. 13. Wein- , of Agriculture' on account of lepre-  robe took passage on thc steamer switalions which have been made by  lor Vancouver. Iloiists and fruit growers of the-Pro-   * . '     vince,  that such an extension would  Mr.  J.' Stewart" has    received   'a   be a great    advantage to them    in  their business.     It was pointed   out  "statement ot thc result- or thc di.iw  ing  at the  Board of Trade hotel for j *-'������-t-   roses     aild   s������l��������� other   plants  could no1 be  forced in  time for   the  tiade under the old dates.   '-       ,  ,  Yours verv truly,  (S_.)  J. FLETCHER,  Dom.  Entomologist.  the St.  Leger Sweepstake.    A    copy  may be seen  at jMr. Stewart's office  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  The Westminster fooiJhWl club have  a match scheduled for Oct. 18, then  the Royal City team will journey to  Westham Island,, for ���������a| match iwith  tlie Islanders.   *,.:���������  The address which will be presented to thc Governor General  on    the  OVER-SEAS GOSSIPING-.  (Continued from Page One.)'  in  weight since  my  liberation,"   he  declared.  Whilst, digging  flints in   Groveley  occasion of his  visit  here on    Sept. i Woocl*      on Lord   P**-!* >���������'���������'���������*���������  est .it i-  27th.,  is being drawn  up today and -,,car  Salisb-ury,  a workman Ins cis-  will lie  forwarded to'Victoiia, when*   C0���������Cil      two      ancient cal "'--"Ware  it will  be suitably engraved, etc., in  crocks,  which on  evami nu.-,n     v.'ie  preparation  for  the  representation.    iomul .'-������  conUin  a quantity oU-oins  Mr. and Mrs. J. H. AiAi-stroiife?whq  have been visiting friends and relatives at their old home,' Newcastle-  ���������on-Tyne, leturned to Ladysmilh  this morning. They were accompanied by their brother, Mr. T. Ann-  strong.  Yesterday Mr. 1-1. Thomley advertised regarding an axe uhich he ha,i  lost on Saturday night, he haung  left it standing in front of a store  ..while he went inside. This morning the axe was leaning against the  front door oi Mr. Thornley's house  Evidently the one who leluiiiLd the  article did not care foi a rewaid.   Si   The dance given unrlei the auspices of thc Rol^ekah Lodge was a  decided success, and those attending  report having passed a most enjoy-  ���������ahle    evening Refreshments   wei e  seived   in  the baujiiiieting  loom,   and  , belonging to  the Roman period. One  ' of the vessels was the receptacle   of  1299  coins,  all  of   which aie   ii>     an  excellent  stale  of preservation,   and  the othi'L  contained bronze   joins   cf  lhc same period.  hi the last ten days 1,030 immigrants have arrived in the port of  London, of whom six have been rejected, says the  Je-.\n/-i Chronicle.  A woman told the Acton bench  that a neighbor had insulted her  son. E\cry time he went out she  called aflcr him, and it really amounted to "malfoimation of character."  "Wc are all Imperialists now,"  said Geneial Booth.,in a speech recently at Coventry on his emigration scheme; "-but what is thc use  nf liming a gieat Empiie unless we  make use of it."  rt was said at an inquest at "the  city c-oioner's com I that it was the  custom in thc (Jlei ken well District  o  slap a  man   in thc  face as a  s.l-  R  S  A Beautiful Range  This Season���������'-  INCLUDING  Fox,  Mink,  Stable,  Skunk,  Beaver,  Martin,  Marmot,  Stone Martin,  Persian   Lamb,  Done up in Stole Shapes,  WINDOW  .dancing  was kepi, jip   until   1 30  llns  ,   ,        , , .       , .  lufp  when    asking  him   to  have     a  morning. . ,  (111 nk.  Sevei.il "first aid" cabinets, containing .ill the necessaiy appliances  foi "first aid" treatment in case of  acridcnls, have been erected on the  olecti ic    cai   standaids   in    various  The fust fool ha II game of the sc.i  son, last L'veiniig,  proved a most in  ���������tcrcstirig one,  and   lesullod  in  a   win,;'  for  thc  Wellington  Colliery   Einploj-  ces'    Team    by     one goal to  none.  _M>a__aMO_j*_*_TT������--y_������__'*_i&tamawxvuasm.t*Kn*.i������3xr~r*  .Minard's Liniment  Cures Dandrufi.  Mrnaid's Liniment Cures Dandrufi.  THAT'S ALL  DAM  Walters5  ^Ihcnheadi  parts of Leicester.    ' , -  The largest pike of the picsent  season has been" captured in a lough  at Ballina,- County Mayo, ,by ,, Sur:  geon-Major Raynor. The fish scaled  30 pounds, and was ID inches in  length. It was caught -on a spoon  bait. '    ~  .  Mr. George Ford, of- TTun-gci ford,  (Berks) has just hai vested and  threshed a field ot black Tartar oats  measuiing just under four and thicc-  quartei acies'. The produce was 85  sacks, or an average of . eighteen  sacks to the  acre'.  Mr. W. Neville, formerly a mcmlber  of the High .Wycombe Town Council,  who has just died at thc age of f>5  years, was a typical local preacher,  of the .Primitive Methodist persuasion and he claimed to have walked  10,000 miles to preach.  Major General Loid C'hcvlcsmoie,,  Chairman ol the National Itiflc Association in rifle shooting practice  to the boys of the Royal Giamniai  School, High Wycomte, on*His Lord-,  ship's subtarget at llughenden Manor.  Lord Henry Ncvill, the master of  thc Eiidge (Sussex) FoMiounds, told  SPORTS  GROUND  'SUBSCRIPTION LIST.  Hugh Thomley. , , i  N. A. Morrison.  T, O'Connell.  J. Sanderson.  J. Eno.  D. O'Connell.  J. C. Gillespie  Wm. Sanderson.  R. McMillan,  W. S. Morri-;oii.  Jas.  Adam.  James Dunbar.  John O'Connell, ,  C. Hewlett.  Ed. Leahy,  W. Akenhcad.  W. Siler.  D. Johnson.  I-I. Hewlett.  A. Michie.  Thos. Lewis.  Jno Dunbar.  Eddie Jones.  Tom White.  ,R. Maguirc.  Doc. Ellis.  A.  Bryden.  John Michek.  J. McLeod.  M. O'Connell,  W. A. Cornwall.  S. Tcusz. .  Geo. Robinson.  W. Ha worth.  H. Fulton.  C. McMillan. ' ^ " ���������    -  0.:F. Audeison.  E. Clarke.  R. Wright.  -  - J. McMillan,- -  K. McKenzie."       * -K  ,Jas. Kemp."  W. L. Carter.  II. Blair, Jr.,'-  W. Sncdden,    -  E*. J.  Conway.  Robt. Rolston,  S. Freethy.        ' -  F. Fisher.  II. Michie. , .  W'.  E.  Bray: *  A. C.  Frost. '     ���������-  A. Portray.  S.  Decker. -  II.  Wright. -���������    -  I-I. Fagan,  C.  Docile.,  Hop Lee.  It.  Callcndar.  A.  Howie.  G. Jackson,  R. J. Bowen. - -   ,  R. Boyle,  E. Morgan.    ���������  Angus Cameron.  Jas. Kerr. '    "        '  S- Rollendini.  . A. Mciedith.  C.  Mains.  R.  Rafter.  J. Cox.  F. Ingham.  II.  Barclay.  A. dossaii.  Jno. Muir.  W. W. Walkem.  WAS A VERY SICK BOY.  -  But Cured by Chamberlain's1 Colic,'  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.  ���������. .....0.. v.~ ,  ,         "When my boy  was two years old  his supporters at the annual puppy nc jia(i a vel-y sevcie attack of how-  walk, that in cons<\qfc)*>nce of thc mo- c> complaint, but by the use of  tor evil he expected  that he    would   Chamberlain's    Colic,    Cholera    and  I  Ladies'  FALL BLOUSES  .mmmpwmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmtammm  FALL MILLINERY  i  :  x  ���������  ���������  :  Child rens'  BUSTER BROWN BELTS  6imcn������$tiser _ %e.  LIMITED  ___ ���������A_ui___A___A___A_k_^_i___.>____i____l____l_____i_____    _u_A_UM____l____l____________M________A____l_____________Ai  ^WWWWWWWWWWW ffftffftfTffTffmiffWmmmmlW  ^ When ordering your MEAT don't forget to  ������ call onus. We keep nothing but the BEST  ^ that the Market can afford and guarantee  _r SATISFACTION  1 A. HOWE  MEAT  MARKET  - -V;-  ^iUiUiUIUiUilUUUiUiUiU Ik iUiiUUittiUiUittiUiUittittiUI  9������  V5m ith>" *&\nhfougW  "Parker." "Remington  and ��������� <*W'lh<aie5terw- Guns  FULL    STOCK  ilJADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  soon  have  to     send   out sign  posts,  "Drive with caution;  foxhound  .pup  pies walk here."    "    '  Charged at North London with  breaking-a window belonging io an  inoffensive.tradesman, Gcoige Sini-  ta-ge lold the couit that he lost con  trol of himself Necausc his sweet  heait had lost a valuable ring. He  was nevei Ihcless fined 10s. and 4d  the value nf lhc window.  During lhe pasl. month, no fewer  than ten thoustviul tons of Noitl-J-nlmp  tonshiie pig iron have been consigned via King's Lynn at. Belgium and  thence forftlirded to the iion dislrictl  of Geimany. This is a new trade  development consequent on cheap  freight arrangement s.  NOTICE  On and after Monday, Sept. 17, I will  be found in our new shop on First  Avenue, next to Carter's Fruit  Store. Shaves and Haircuts a specialty. ��������� ���������      .   _    .  HOT and COLD WATERBATHS  J.   OILMAN  Diarrhoea Remedy wc brought him  out all right," says Maggie Hickox,  of Midland, Mich. This remedy can  be depended upon in thc most severo  cases. Even Cholera infantum is  cuied by it. Follow the plain print  ed diicctions and a cure Is certain  For sale by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  ^YITTyTTinrTY^  ROGERS' B  SPOONS,   KNIVES,  FORKS,   ETC.  A large Shipment just received,"and now on exhibition in our window.    CaP  and look thein over  B. FORCIMriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  _*_E*__-JtESiSSEH:  LSLSUJLSUULSUULSU  99������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������eooeosooA  ��������� FOR TODAY  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������  TEA   IMPORTERS  : VEAL, BEEF,  AND PORK :  EX G. PAN NELL  i   GATACRE ST.       LADYSMITH   \  ���������������������������������������������o������i  itttttllllltlO***'*-*************'"  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Gall and see Stock  NOTICE.  Miss Dobeson will resume her class  es in vocal culture in Ladysmith the  first week in October. Terhis on application. Box 12. Nanaimo. B.C.  'Phone 1-4-6. .   .   '      *. _.  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars  WANTED���������Men to work at the Tyee  Smelter.    Apply to  H. WRIGHT.  Foreman.  Minard's  where.  Liniment for sale   every  FOR SALE���������$300 buys a i-rooxned  cottage,    situated^  between Third  . and Fourth Avenues, Roberts St.  For particulars, apply, between the  hours of 5 and C1 p.m.  ���������R. WILLIS; o-l  - Havana, Sept. 20.���������It has developed that the Americans on the Isl-a  of Pines were approached by the insurgents and asked to co:operate to.  the extent of not resisting..a landing by the Insurgents, and: their us*  of the Island as abase of supplies.  This the Americans ' refused, and  they declai-e it is especially unjust  t������ disarm theni and invade their  libmea    n a     high handed   maauwr^

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