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 f ^*fi������LATIVK  ARSJ?MBf;Y.  Tm l.adysmithDaily Ledger  VOL.2,  FRIDAY,  SEPT.  22, 1905.  _cV  ������>fe ^^T^UCE FIVE   CENTS  NANAIMO STRIKE  NOT BEING SETTLED  W_aB-M-------M---*-V.i.-^H^M*  There Seems From the  Present  Out-look Very Little Likelyhood  of Terms Being Made  The Majority  of the Members  I  TO MY FOR   W  PUBLIC RtJOiCIHG IT IU IBIP KliLS VMU-  ABLE GORILLA  The    Ladysmith   Football  Team Leave forPort-_  land To-morrow  of the U. M, W,;Vote  Against  t   The     Herald of  .tins morning has   letter     it appears     evident .that the  the following statement of the condu   company have, not' modified  their  dc-  ' lions in Nanam-o'-.   . - I ma nils* to any pcieeptibie extern, but  "'lhe present diflicuity between the on I I.e. other Jnand their demands aie  iWesUin ' Fuel Company aim ns.Uu.- j ��������� radically the same today as they  ployLcs engaged m as Nan-unuu co--| wule ,0.u- months ago.  ' Jienes has existed , now 101 unmiii '���������������������������'he iepoits circulated around the  /our months, and will, if not spueuny ���������'city dur.ng the past week or *.o that  settled soon be entering lu tne iifili' the management- of the company were  month oi its existence. - ^ in(  couieience   with     the committee  Jt will 'be remembered by an that'ii-om the United Mme Workers. i\ota  the immediate cause qi ilie .sl-iii' day 1o day,-gave rise lo-.yarious..-Hi-  dowii, according to the ollicials oi uie' mouis that a settlement wa-. in  Western Fuel Company,- was the pas- L-iglit. and that something denuit-y in  ������ingof      the     penalty cla'.se,   to   the  the way oi an adjustment! of'the dif-  A Strong Team That is Determined to Make a  Hard Fight  eight hour'day    law as applied to the  _oai mines oi     B  C, arm m order to.  .work their     mines at a    profit undei  -the, conditions created by the passing  of the said    act,1 the company stated  ;'that    the men  would" either  have  to  ,accepta     reduction of a straight tin  l>er cent, or else pay the co-it ot their  'transportation to     and from Protection island shaft.  This-proposition wasollered to" the  men by thc company with the understanding' that if it 'was not accepted  ;the company would have to close  down on the first cf June and keep'  rthe, mines dosed until either the men  accepted their termstjorthe obnoxious'amendment was repealed.  The result was that thc employes  of the company refused their demands  and_the mines were closed down.  From, that time until now. a period of 'almost fair months, the situation has borne the same aspect-  From time taTtinie various lcports  have j,eeh spread abroad that a settlement was near at hand, that the  men, wore about to - give in, ov, that,  the Western Fuel Compahy had mt d-  ified their demands and had'marie various pioposa's to ita cmployes^diSTcr-  cnt from those contained in their lust  demands at the begirimt*; of the present diflicuity.  All    these  founded by  this niorninu/s Herald over thc signature of Mr John McLean, A\e le-  corduig sccrclaiyof the local union  of United Mine Workers, and signed  onj.'elialf of the committee of lhe said  union.  By a peiusai of tho above mentioned I  iic'Hity,    wojid >be' ai ranged at,, "'-the  meeting .called for yesterday.   .' ...  What 'hopes there are for a settlement at the present time can be seen  from' the icrter*- published this morning containing the-result of the,ballot, - that ' was* taken on Mr" M. ���������<-k-  ett's latest jiroposais,, which" r.������.u:t-  e-d ui an overwhelming majority :������|;aiii  st Ihe "acceptance of the' company's  terms     . ' j.  The following is a copy of the letter as handed to the Herald for publication by Mr. Jno   \V. McLean,     on  hehaii of the committee of .the, Unit-,  cd Mine Workers.  STATEMENT   OF   COMMfTT-V  Nanaimo, 13. C Sept. 81.  To the Editor Herald, Dear Sir;���������II.  has been freely repur-ed throlugh the  columns of thc Free press that eighty per cent of the,miners wtie prepared to go to'work.  To put tins matter J-eiore the pub-'  lib and relieve the executive-coi miit-  tee oi United Mine Workers" from-any  responsibility pietammg '.o sj������.Ii tumour.-*, after hearing the com&;uttee.>s  report of their interview���������v ilh "Mr  Stockett, and finding that the Western Fuel Company's demands were  practically the same as when they  closed     their mines     on the 31st    of  May last,  it was decided to take    a  reports aiepioved  un-'secret ta������ot to.asceitam thc licts of  the    letter appealing in   the Situation  with the  Jesuit as  f&i-  lows-  For Proposals,  9.  Agamst.  2-17.  Spoiled,  1  On behalf of the Committee,  JNO.  McLE\N,  Rcc   Sec.  THE GREAT DAKOTA  IS ON   HER WAY  With ev_ry one of her cabin  pas-    eral   others   of   the   Japanese   peace  sengers accommodation -taken, a jpoorf   delegation   will   also   sail   on       thc  sized steerage  list,  and some  2.1,000   Dakota.  tons of     freight, steamship Dakota,     seventeen  o^-the     Oieat  Northern  Steamship  Company's     Seattle-Oriental     fleet,  will' sail   for  Chinese  and  Japanese  ports at     ten o'clock .this morning,  says     a Seattle  despatqb.   Howard  James,     '.vice-president; .and   general  manager   of  the steamship .company,  and his family will go as-passengers  on  the Dakota,  Mr.  James  making  ���������the  trip  for  the  purpose of looking  into   the  company's   business   iii    the  Orient.  * LI.   VI.   Denisoii,  legal  adviser    to  the foreign 'oflice of Japan,  and sev-  >- ������������������       -. '       "      -- ' "     - .::  Other passengers will lie  missionanes who came to  Seattle to attend the meeting of the  American | Board ot Commissioners  for Foreign Missions, and who ale  now,going to take up their duties at  their-.respective* stations. Five insular employees will also sail on the  Daloota en route to Manila,  The ' freight cargo of the Dakota  represents nearly ������very variety of  American merchandise, rai.lroad construction material, locomotives and  cars, being largely represented. She  also has 2,-500 .. tons . of (lour for Japan. The rest af her cargo is of a  general nature. - '  With -tlie eveoption of Snowden,  who, unfortunately, was hurt- at  ���������New Westminster yesterday morning,  the football and basketball teams  consisting of playeis whose names  were published in Thc Ledger ou  Mo������duy last, accompanied by tho  ma'c���������ger and trainers, leave on the  train tomoribw morning en route  for-. Portland. At. a meeting held  last evening all arrangements were  completed. The team that is . to  represent this city in the tournament' is, without doubt, the strongest that Ladysmith can put up, and  in the. opinion of many, the strongest  in the province.  The ,te'am will leave Victoria on  tomorrow, evening's boat for Seattle and on Sunday morning will proceed to Portland, arriving at their  destination in the evening of the  same day.  . The basketballers  start   play       on  Monday.   Among     the  teams entered  is  thc   Boston   Knickerbockers,     an  aggregation that captured  tlie championship  in tournaments  at  the   St  Louis and Pan  American expositions  In  a match   with   tlhe  best  team   in  New  York; the Athletics,   they came  out     victorious,  defeating the New  Yorkers 97  to 7.   This awo-inspinng  news has been conveyed  to  the Ladysmith      boys,  and ' they  have  not  yet   ully recovered their breath,  although they announce between gasps  that  they  will' make' a better showing  against   thc  Bostonians   than the  New York team did.  \   In   the -football  tournament, which  starts  on Wednesday,  there ate ten  teams entered, some coming from as  far  west as St.  Louis.'  People of  That City Are  Fl-rased Because of  Peace  Nebogatoff and Other Russian Officers Have Returned Home  Tokio,   Sept.   22.���������A  solitary     instance of public rejoicing at thc conclusion of   peace   with   Russia      will  bake   place   at   a meeting  to   be held  today     at "Kolaka, a town in the ic-  inote  northeast -corner  of  the main'  island  of Nipponada. \Several   industrial   associations   will   he  leprcaeut-  cd  on  the occasion. Messages  ol  congratulation   will   he for wauled       by.  those'present   at   the  meeting to  the  Emperor of Japan,   lo Field   Marshal  Oy'aina,  Vicc-Admiial  Togo and    to  Piesident  Roosevelt.  Captain  W.  Ii. Bosmann,,a Pi isoiiui"  (f war, and former commander of the  Russian ' battleship   Peresvict,      has  died  at Malhuyaina-    Rear Admiral  Ncl'Ogaloff  and  a numbc*   of     other  Russian naval  officers  have been permitted to give their parole and  re-  luin     home.    Rear  Admiral Rojest-  vensky has almost  recovered from his  wound,    but  he is  still  under' strict  medical  care   in   Fujinafusliin.' ' "The  Minister of War  has instructed    the  temoval  of certain   restrictions  placed upon the Russian officers! who arc  held  as prisoneis  of war.  Cost [$1,000 and  Died on  Way [From Congo to  New York  Creature of;the Wilds Ends  Life Amid Luxurious  Surroundings  ip     M_lJ3-.=38te  WD^oSWpUT COM-  PROMISE PROPOSALS  (Thought That After Tomorrow's  Audiences Hungarians Trou-  ble Will be Settled  REFORMS  IN RUSSIA  ; MOD Kit A MARVEL  i Just what one of these motors will  ('do is shown by analyzing the- machinery* oi a fast auto boat. Some oi  ithet.:e boats have four, six, eight and  .even twelve cylinders in their motors  The most successful so far have been  of the eight cylinder type. JVheh'Com  |pio<lore Harrison 13. Moore's' autc-  boat, Ononlio made her famous record trial, covering a nautical mile  ���������at the rate of 28.3C .statute miles an  hour, her delicate machinery was pui*  -sing and throbbing in a way that  was wonderful to watch and still  (more wondeiful to think about. This  (boat is driven by an explosive gas  engine it has eight cylinders, set in  tan dam fashion. and each cylinder  Works on the shaft to which is attached the prjpeUvM*. The propeller  was being turned at the rate of 850  revolutions -a minute. Fourteen times  every second t-hj three-biatled wheel  spun around in the water. Fourteen  Units to every tick of the clock the  piston rod of each cylinder was driven down and brought back again-   ���������  One after another, so fast that the  eye could not, follow, these- eight cylinders, working in perfect uniformity,  made each 850 downward and up  ward movements, so that in each  minutes these eight piston tods were  driven down and brought back to the  top of the cylinders 6,800. times.  The cheapest motor boat on the  /���������narkot costs $175- It. is simply an  open-boat fitted ' with a one and a  half horse-power motor, but it works  well and drives the 1'oat at the rate  of five miles an hour. It will use a  .quart of gas-r-iinc anhoir Gasoline  (Continued    on   Page Four),  St.  Petersburg, Sept.   22.���������A  protect  for granting  the  Russian  pcopie  "lihder   certain   limitations   the  light  of  an assembly     to-discuss  political  and   economic  questions,  a icioUu sec  ond  in  importance only   to  1'ie convocation   oi   the repsentative   ; ss-nn-  bly, and which was elaborated  bv a  commission      under    hresidency      of  Count     .Hgiinticti, is now  practically  completed  and s   after a fin U  re\ icw  by the Solsky commission . n  Saturday,  will be  immediately  laid  befoie  Emperof N icholas.  Its   promulgation   is confidently  expected early  next week.   Though urn-  plod with restrictions designed       to  give authonties oversight to the pro-  ceetiings in  order to prevent  the discussion     of treasona-Me,  or --editions  -subjects,  this  will  give gteat  privileges  to  the people:   they  have   hail  hitheito no right of assembly except  at meetings  of authorized   societies ���������  The "privilege  gianfcd   hy   the    Imh-  pcror's  rcsciijit of  IVfnrch  3,   permitting, llicetings  to discuss  popular  a-  presentation   was   a tempoiury  measure,  and was  withdrawn  when      (he  National   Assembly   rescript  was   issued.  Under the proposed  regulation,  organizers  arc,requi������-Kl..to   give   three  days'  notice of a meeting and       its.  purpose.   Special sanction  for a meeting   is not  retquired,   but   t/hc  government  reserves   the right  to  prohibit  objectionable   meetings,   and   also the  right   to   have   a representative   present   to see  that   lhe discussions    do  not  overstep   the   limits   allo.vod.  It    is     also'understood that filer  January   1st  next,   representatives cf  the press will  be admit lad  to     the  sessions  pire.  ENDEAVOR TO  SETTLESTRIKE  Despatches from Ottawa say  that -Mackenzie King, deputy  minister of labor, is leaving  with Ralph Smith, M.P., to  make an endeavor to bring a  settlement of the trouble between  the   Nanaimo   muucis und-  the Wc������Lern Fuel  Company.  *****���������������������      *  New  York,  Sept.  22.���������Once     mole  has      the  manage-in wit  of   the  I.run  Zoological  l\uk   been   disappoiiiL-d in  its     elicits to impoit  ji ihe guiilla,  (he one     whu h   w.is  lo  have      been  hioughl   fiom Congo dung  on  its nr-  n\al   in New  York.    i\_     KhmicIi  oh  lained  the speciuieii  from  a party  of  l-Jiitflis^imcn,   who   capluiud   it  dining  an   exploiatmi  expedition.   He   paid  ���������M.tJOO ^  for  the annual  ,\nd had  high  hopes  of being able   lo  hung  it heie  iili.e.  Ife rngaged a state loom m thc sec  ond cahui of the Graf IValdeisee.lining  thermometers   aibout   il, and   ai radioed  that the room   l>o kept at       the  same      tempeiature   tliroughoul,   the  passage.    But, despite his  care,   the  gorilla   became  ill,  grew   worse day  hy  nay,  and  finally   died  of tuberculosis,   a? an autopsy  showed.  A   JOLLY AND Cr-ENUINPJ  SURPRISE PARTY. "  A genuine surpi ise party was  ���������'sprung" on Mis Thos. Kiddie and  Air. Geo. Kiddi-j last evening-, (hose  visiting them being Mayor aud Mrs.  Co hum, Mr. and Mis. Conway,' Rev.  and Mrs. Boyle, Mr. -ind Mrs. Allan, Mrs. Rolston, Mrs. Cecil, Misses  Coalitionists Will Demonstrate to  King Emperor their Desires re  Development oi Army  Hilda  Pes!.,   Sept,   22.���������Audiences  ; tive  order,  which coalition leadeis  wiU have  of l    Coalitionists     appear prepared  to  lhe   Kmg-Einpeioi   tomoirow  is    re-   demonstrate to   King  Emperor their  garded  most hopefully and   there  is j strong desiie to  meet the  views of  widespread'expectation   that      com-. tho crown on  the army question by  'piomise proposals which will be sub-   confining  their  demands  to  a general  mi Lied  by   Count Andrassy,' Francis   proposition   for the  development  of  Kossut,     Baron Banffy and     Count, I the     Hungarian  army in accordance  Seic-hy  will  lead   to a settlement en-, with tjie ^national spirit,  without in-  ablmg Uie    formation of a ministry    sisting on the use, of the Hungarian  and thc     restoration of adiruinistra-    as the language of command.  Notice  is given  in* yesterday's Gait-tic  of  the  incoiporation  of       the  Wellington-Extension   Medical,, Accident  and   Burial 'Fund.    The  names  of the fust trustees are Patrick Malone,     president,  Thomas McMillan,  ucc-piesident; ���������  J.  E.   Lowe,  secre-  taiy,   William  Russell,   financial  sec-  ictaiy,  and James  Dunsmuir,  treas-  urei.  On    another p ige     will     be tound  Weinrobe's      advertisement,   he   gives  GARBAGE AND  JEWELS MIXED  New Yoik, Sept. 22.���������The Times  says- Because Miss Maricn Vanrcns  sclaer Kennedy, who is now at hei  father's summer home, ITcmslead, L.  I., made a jewel ������.isket of a waste  t>aper basket, all her jewelry, with  lhe exception of a smgic pcaii pm,  is gone.  The  maul  emptied  the  basket  into  the garbage  barrel.    When  the    loss  was discovered  two hours afterward,  the barrel was searched, .but Uie jew  els weie gone.    The governess lound  one pin   in thc  barrel.    It  happened  Wednesday   morning.    The   family did  not call   a detective  as  fust because  Ihey    expected      to   find   the nnssitig  gems at  any  moment.   Ycstcnl.iv  afternoon,  howcvei,  they  gave up hope  Miss     Kennedy  appealc I   lo  August  liellmont,   whose   llemslead   home,   is  ucaihyj   and   he   advised   that detectives be put on  the case.  CiflS-urn. Ramsay, Boyle and Milligan ' lMlC'cs t,1-a,J a,e worth investigating  Mi. E. Conway, i>r. Kordc. Ur Dier,  and Mr. Le Page* When (,hc party'  ai rived Mis. Kiddie was discovered  busy packing, and Mi. George Kid-  dia was just putting the piano in a  case-for lcmoval. Foi (.unately, the  case was not nailed, and (he piano,  during the evening, accompanied several  songs.  TOASTS MISS  ROOSEVELT  Seoul,  Sept. 22.���������Miss Alice Roosc  vert; and  the women   of her' "party at-  t-'rided   luncheon at   (he   Palace  yesterday. The Kniperoi 's     consoi (.,  who     was hostess,   proposed a toast  to      Miss   Roosevelt,    The   luncheon  was  thc  first  tune  in the histniy of  the countiy   that  women  of   lhe Palace  had  enl.ci lamed  loieigncis.   Mis.  Bunl.eis  and   Mrs.   Under.wood,  sioricnes, acted as mleipcrlcis  American Minisler Moigan  Bntish Minister Joidau e.a'.e  ccption yesterday aftcijioon in honor of Miss Roosc\elt, to "whom were  presented members of dhe Korean  cabjine-t, diplomutic coips, tiencial  riascgawa, commander of Japanese  troops in Korea, and bus stall, and  to leading Korean olliceis and iesi-  dcuts.  l\fr Wcmrobc states that he has a  large amount ot stock that must  be sold to make room foi Ins fail  slock now coming in, and he will  sen the same at prices that satisfy  competition. A visit to the High  ytieit  Stoic will be time well spent  SLOSING OF THE  NORTHERN  WATERWAY-  With     the   anouncement made yes-  terday      that    no    more   perishaibie  freight wm be received by the White  Pass   and Yukon route for shipment ���������  to     points    in     the Yukon    beyond  White Horse those interested are be-  ginning to look up the matter of the  closing of the river in previous years  Last year the last steamer to leave  Dawson     for White   Horse .was the  Prospector,  winch got away October  22nd    She made Whit*- Horse In five  days    The Piospector remmmed here  so long that her tnp was something  extraordinary and her success largely  creditable    to the good luck she had  m finding the n\er open to that late .  date.  MANY  KILLED   ANn   INJURED  BY   EARTHQUAKE SHOCK.  New Yoik,   Sept.  -22.���������Earthquake  shocks  yesteiday  continued  in Calabria, says a Rome despatch.  General  Lambeila   has   made  an official   list  of   d.iugeis     by lecent     eaithtfuakes.  lie  iinils that 212  towns and  Villages   suilered   gieat  losses.    The  dead  number 58!)  and  in.ured  2,020.   Q ���������   N VA\ SPAPER    PUBLICITY HELPS *  ARSENICAL IRON.  ON BOWEN ISLAND.  What promises to prove an important ore find, says a Vancouver report, has just been made on Bowen  Island by Mr. J. H. Adams, .'ho,  with others interested, has recently  been working two bonded claims on  Gardner Mountain, on the northwest  side of the island.  It was while at work on  the  i-ond-  POKTLAND FAIR. je(i claims that Mr.  Adams conceived  Now that the Lewis and Clarke ex- | the  idea  that  mineral  might  exist  1111S-  aiwl  a ic-  of   the  council  of   the e'm-  BOLD   ROBBERY  OF  MINERS  GOLD.  Faii|innJ-*'s, Alaska, Kept. 22.���������Knox  and. Brennaii, owners of No. !) below  discovery, on Cleary Creek, Kantis-  hna district. ' Alaska, were last  night held up at the point of g"i������s,  and their sluice-boxes, were robbed n\  $2,000. The owners were ordered  into Uie shaft while the boxes were  being emptied. Then the robbers escaped.  Mi'- W. W. Walkem is spending a  holiday at Dew.dney. He will Le absent about two weeks.  MYSTERIOUS  ROBBERY  Winnipeg, Man., Sept.  22.���������A peculiar theft  of   three   thousand  dollars,  sent   to   a Sperling*,   Manitoba,  merchant,  by the, Montreal Milling agency  iu the city, is reported.  The money mysteriously disappeared on the way out to the merchant.  The cash was- to pay for the grain  bought by the firm. The robbery is  the cause of much comment here. Detectives  are busy  on   the case.  ADMITS   IU-]   INTENDED  TO  COMMIT  MURDER.  Constantinnple,   Sept.   22.���������Unitcjfl  States   Mmi.sler   Irishman   is   awaiting     the   ii'siiit     oi      Consul   Geneiai  Dickinson's  inquiry  iulo   (he  naturalization      of  Yai tt.iiii-.Lii   and   Afaiian  before  taking  fuitber steps,    fn  the  course  of  his  examination   Yaitanian  admitted   to  Mrf  Dickinson   thai,  hu  had been   dispatched   by   a levolul 1011-  ury coinniittec to inunior Ajiok Und-  jiau . . (a pro-miuc-iit. *  Arnu-nian,  who  was shot  and  killed  August  2H,     in  O-alata'Quarter   in   this   c.il.y)      and  added   that  Afarian  was  his  accomplice.  the exposition has  been  a j body  of arsenical   iron  ore.       This  vein  was  stripped   for  a distance  of  1,000  feet.    In  width it  ran       from  twelve  inches   t'o four   feet,   and    the  average~virtlh i*i aqout two feet.  An assay   of oie  taken from      the  sold tins   vear     prior to ' surface of the vein  gave values  rom points east of the j $C 10 gold. 3 per cent,  lead and  6.6  who attended  WILL SEE  THE  COUNTRY  in    which    in-: livks.  COTTAGE CITY  DISABLED  The Alki towed the passenger  j steamer Cottage City into Departure  Bay , this morning with a broken  propeller shaft. It is reported that  the Alki found the steamer disabled  on her way down from the north,  and, taking- her in tow, brought her  to  the above harbor.  The Cottage  City has on board -10  passengers.  Late  Dawson   reports  say:   (iovcr-  nor  \V.   W.   U. Mcluiies,  of  Yukon ti-r  ritory, will, take  a trip   through   the  northern   part of  the  territory before  the close  of  navigation.  Tho governor plans to get' away  on the trip shortly after the close of  the present session 0f the Yukon  council. He will go to White Horse  and take a rim from there :to l.he  White Morse copper fields and tin:  creeks in the Kluanc district] AH->r  inspecting the creeks of thai locality  he will go to Windy Arm, Iho s..-e:ie  of the rich sew ^mineral deposits ".ear  Carorcss.  Mr. Mclnncs will visit Atlin. While  Allin is,in British Columbia, it. is  but a short distance across the hnun  dary from Yukon (errilory, and (he  commissioner., will have a wider know  ! ledge of northern  affairs ��������� by taking in  that  cam-Pr He will  get  back before  ��������� the close of navigation.  position is drawing near its close, it  is a matter of much gratification to  (he management that in point of attendance  sikcc-s due m large measure to the  inter Cit aioused by intelligent advertising.  Ru-iLQad     statistics show that 7C-  iilib     c-cuision tickets to the Pacific  coast weie  September I     i  Mississippi     mei,   aiui  weie held by     pel sons  tho exposition  Thc newspaper advertising campaign  A*,as dnccled uiiiy as much with the  idea of iiii-eiestuig the people m tl^  rw-ifu- Northwest as m the exposition  wlnfli was (o be held to exploit its  icsouites  The exposition has leaped an abundant Inn vest fiom this policy. Total num'ier of admissions registered is  now ui p\ce*->s, of I.S00.0O, showing an  average oi 17.200 a day. If this at-  leiidanie eonlnines until the close the  exposit-on wiiihave made a recoid  be tier than that nvade by the Trans-  niississippi exposition at Omaha, tor  attendance, which is. generally conceded to have been the most successful  oi an  the world's fairs.  This accomplishment is seen to bo  even more remarkable when it is considered that, within fiOO miles radius  nf St.. Louis .are 13 million people,  while lhe population within a similar  radius of Portland is only one mii-  iicn. eight hundred thousand.  on   unstaked  ground   close to  property.    A little  piospecting  suited  in     tihe discoveiy   of  his  ie-  a '<u-ge  of  tha,l lU,570lper cent,  copper.  In prospecting unther, Mr.   Adams-  discovered  another   vein  of  arsenical  iron oie not  quite as  wide as     the  fiisl,   and     also  uncovered   a   large  vein of magnetite.  Five claims were staked on the  discoveries. Mr Adams came down  to have his oies assayed and is now  in  the city.  DONS   MALE   ATTIRE   TO  FIND  HER HUSBAND.  RAILWAY  EDUCATION  IN  UNIVERSITY  OF  CHICAGO  Chicago, Ills., Sept. 22.���������Co-operation between Uie University of Chicago and a number of i railroad ollicials has resulted in the establishment    of a. four-vcar coursS In. rail-  New  York,  Sept.  20.���������A special to  the World  from  Cleveland,   O.,  says:  "For two days and a'night Mrs..  Louise Daly, in male attire, has  mingled with thc vagrants that infest Whiskey Island, the toughest  part of this city. For the sake of  her two children the woman, who in  the last two years has had much  sorrow "and hardship, came to this  city from Parkers-burg, W. Ea., in  search  of her husband.  "In   the  proper  attire  of  her sex  she ' appeared ' before  Police  Prosecutor  Geler yesterday.    She  requested  his   aid  in     the search for  her husband  and in   compelling him to support her children, an boy of if our and  a girl  of three..      She-told  of     her  luis-band's  desertion  two  years  ago,  of her  donning  male  attire and  going to thc mines at Parkersburg to  work so that her babies might   live-  As a man, she worked in  the min-  way   education.      An   advisory board  composed  mostly of railroad 'men has; es until her strength gave out. There  she learned that the missing husband  was in this city, and leaving her  children in charge of their godmother  she made the trip here dressed as a  man, and rode on freight, trains and  associated with tramps.  Patrolnram     Winchester found   her  on   Whiskey   Island.   To him she admitted   being  a woman.    She       has  found  friends  here who have suppli-  aed her with proper a.ttire,"- __,  been., established,  with E. W.  McKenna,  assistant   to  President  Earling,  of     the  Milwaukee   and B,t.  Paul, as  i-hairman,   and   Daniel  Williard,   second   vioe-prrsirleiil of the  Burlington.  as vice-chairman.'     The members  of  this  board  represent' all  phases     in  railroading    and   they will  shape  thc  courses  which  arc to  be  given    and  will,  it  is believed  deliver  occasional lectures. ! tUIXY LEDGER  THE DAILY LEDGER  Published   every day except Sunday-  BY       THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  Offices,  Ladysmith and Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION "?RICE  10 cents   a- month-    $5 per  year   in  , Advance.     Advertising rates on application.  FR1DA.Y,  SEPT.  22, J005.  THE  TIMBER TRADE.  We     hear  a great  deal   about thc  depression in the lumber trade across  the line and   the ruin ,that is- certain  to ensue  ii    rejected logs  in  British  Columbia  arc   allowed   export.       is  1herc  not   something  rather   peculiar  about  such   statements?   It   is   undisputed  that  white  labor  is   employed  almost   entirely  in  the mills   across  the line. It was shown at  a late session of  a government, commission, at  winch   Senator   Tcm-plcton   was  present,  that  the   total import   of  American   lumber   into  Manitoba     was  less  tlmn   ten  per cent, of   the supply, and  yet our Vancouver^-- men  say to   the loggers,   "You  must not  cxpoil your  lo->s,  neither will     wc  buy  ihcm,"   and   cry   out  to       the  government     for  piolection  against  Ameiican   lumber.  It costs   75 cents  per  J,000   lo   tow  logs  across       to  Pugct   Sound; white labor is      employed,  as against Oriental in Van.  coiner, yet American lumbermen, according to the wail of distress emitted periodically from thc B.C. Lum-  bcriiiciis' Association, arc ruining the  lumber markets in Manitoba and iho  worth west.      How  much  of this    is  true, and how much false?  The following article, taken fiom  a Seattle i press despatch, is ' worth  reading if anyone-is interested in  conditions as  they  exist:  "Wasfiinglon   lum-bcr' mills       have  more work  on  hand  at the  present  lime     than  they     can     convincently  take care  of.    Orders are-slreami'ng  in daily,   and   from' all   parts   of the  United   States,   almost,   inquiry      is  being  received.    Seattle  mills      arc  getting more than  their -share      of  this  enormous   business,   and   among  the  order's  placed  are some  of  record-breaking   proportions.  "Local   mills   arc  now bidding   on  two rush   orders.    W. R.   Dickinson,  assistant  lumber agent for  the   American   Car and Foundry  Company  of  St.   Louis,-has   called   for   bids   on  lhc  largest  order of car   siding ever  brought to the  Coast-   The material  is lo be   used   in   thc  construction   oi  cars for   lhc   Santa  Fe  system.    R.  J. Stevens,   representing the  Barney  &  Smith   Car Company,   of  Dayton,  O.,  is in thc city  for  the purpose  of  purchasing   an enormous   amount     of  material for  the Erie Railway Company.  Mr. Stevens'   order  calls     foi  car'siding,   sills   and  everything      in  the way  of lumber than enters* into  the  construction   of   a car.    This   is  thc    first     time   that the Eric has  come to  the Pacific coast,  for   lumber.    In   the  past  it has  used  eithci  white   pine  or yellow  pine,   but   the  high prices   of   the latter   preclude the  possibility of further orders. <=  "The heau-liy condition of  the lumber     market   on  thc Coast,   co'ipled  with   the recent advance  in   the  price  of logs, elTcctnc October  1.  ha'-'e convinced   lumiberincn  that   Uie  tune    is  opportune for  a readjustment of the  price    list,   and at the next  meeting  of  the Pacific    Coast Lumber Manufacturers'    Association   the   cmeslion  will he discussed.   A "mail"  Vote has  already  been   taken  among  the nulls  on    thc subject,   which   resulted   in a  majoiily declaring in  favor of an increase   on   many   items  of  thc  list.  "A specially called meeting of thc  values      committees   of the      Pacific  Coast Association     and    the  Southwestern   Washington   Association   was  held   at   Central ia  last   Friday     and  'canvassed   the  situation   thoroughly.  It  was decided   that   thc   list   would  sustain   an   advance,   and   it. will      le  readjusted     accordingly,    subject    tn  ratification   by the  two associations.  Until   such- ratification   is voted,   Mir  revised   list  will'not  he published "  * in niuiHBT - atf-tno-S *  Get in  touch   with the new correct hat styles.  er*,  35 Our  showing of these  exquisite  ^5 creations of head=dressis equal to  any in B. C, embracing the widest scope of selection and the new-  ^_ est shapes, viz., the  SgPOLO, NAPOLEON, BAKER,  and PAUL JONES  Many new ideas are now for the f Yst time  being shown.    Your inspection is invited.  :f Everytlrncj Ihat holds popular favor you will  find here  KA.TKS JJ.00 I'KH DAY  ROOMS  ABBOT  Beet accomodation in town.  A. J. McMURTRlE, Proprietor  BAi-. suvj'Uisu v/i-rn HI**-:  -WINES, LIQUORS, CIGAR1*  HOTEL  Splendid bunting and fishing in new vicinity. .  LADYSMITH, B. C  Canadian Pacific  Railway ���������  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������.  X  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms -  25 Per Cent  ON ALL FURNITURE  consisting oi kitchen, bedroom  and dining rooin chairs, rockery  couches, baby buggies and feeding chairs, wire and wool mat-  tresses \ bedroom and dining  extension table.  25 PER CENF   DISCOUNT UNTIL  ENTIRELY  DISPOSED OE  PORTLAND  JOHN GOGO.PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra  well  Stocked  The New Western Hotel  ;_:_-;  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board.  Our Bar is newly fiUcdup and wcll'supplied and is in charge 01  JOS. PELtlQRINELLI  art  This  Hotel  has    been completely   Board'and lodging $1:00 p������r day.  renovated.  HOTEL  ATLANTIC STEAMTHIP TICKETS  Tickets on Sale To'and .From all European Poin'.s   ,  AT LOWEST RATES '"     /.  ALL LINES   REPRESENTED.  For Sailing Dates,' Rates and full  information,  86 Gov't. Street, Victoria P-C.  GEO^ L. COURTNEY. .  Dist. Freight &. Pass..Agt  Low Round Trip Rates  -VIA���������  Bar  Supplied  with  the Best  Liquors and Cigars.  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Wines, 1st'Avenue :-: :-: :  \  Ladysmith B.C.  RESTAURANT  } Cor. 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  MeaJs 35c and Upward  St. Paul, Dulutii, Sioux City,  Oniaha, Kansas City $60.00  St. Lous $67.50 Chicago 71.50  Dates of sale',- Sept, 16lli. ,_nd 17th  Pinal- return limit 90 days ,_ from  date oi sale.  For full particulars call  on or address  S. G. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  TICKET   OFFICE  and  Yates Sta..  Cor.  Government  Victoria, B. C*  3  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  5  D  pencer,  Nanaimo. Limited  Best  accommodation Aox  transient  ind permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort*-  jady  furnished' and   the bar is up-to-  d-te.     Rates  $1.00  a day    and     up-  w vrds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  V>������l-i-.������U .*-: :-: :���������* >-- Ladysmith  HOTEL  DOMINION  ^ GBO. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  Ladsymith ^%        W  B.  C  HARTLEY    GISBORNE  Member  Can.    Society  of   Civil  Engineers  Member Institution of Electrical Engineers,' England  Member International Electrical  Congress   at'St. Louis, 1904  ���������Electrical Engineer���������  V.  O. BOX 3:17,  \ LADYSMITH, B. C.  TH6 CITY 7V������P[F_KeT  . R. Williamson Prop  fst. Avenue Ladysmith B. C#  THE JONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Hall Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  SO  YEARS*  EXFE'fc.-NCE  Trace Marks  Designs  .... Copyrights &c.  niit-r-lcly iiscona 11 our oimuo.i free wlioU ><'*���������������'���������  lnvon TonU proliablj* im* entnblo. Coimiiimim-  "1 "s nctlycnnll-loiillnl. Ifiuidbooltoii .; cuts  ���������'it fioe Oldest :woncy for so<-ui-ii.<i,niuonl".  " MtoSts lulleii tTnouBh Mm.n _ Co. receive  ipicialnotice, without. chnrBO, iutlio  Scientific Jfi-tncan*  A Imiirtsomcly lllnstrntert weekly    Jjinfcsl cir-  Dr-iM.-V. Onins. ri. "i- PI- WR-slur'-.'. ii>. )<- C*  ���������Patea .fl.2r^ar.d$1.50���������  Free bus to all steamboat- landings and  railway depots.   Electric cars every five  minutes to all parts of   the city.   Bai  ������nd table unexcelled.     ' <��������� _  F. EAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOW  ST.,  VANCOUVER  B, C.  G.W.P.A.,    -  Seattle, Wash,  7S Government st  Victoria, b!c.  Under New Managment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnell &Woobank  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First Clais.  Commercial Mens' headquarters.  Fire Proof    Building.  HENRY'S NlRSfRIES  NEW CROP���������  Home Grown 8c   Imported  GARDEN,, . FIELD     Rnd FLOWER  '      SEEDS. ' ��������� i   .    ���������     I    ' i  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS,  ROSES,       '  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  One of which Is tl.ft famous "North  (Joust Limited," ���������  Up-to-date     Pullman   and     Tourist  sleepers   on all  trains.   Cheap round  trip   tickets,   good for three months;  to East cm and   Southern points,, on"  sale  Sept.  JO and  17.  Excursion rates now n effect  to Portland Fair.   Round  trip  rate   $9.65.   Only direct line  toYellowstohe Park.     . -    '   '  Steamship tickets' on sale to all  European points. Cabin accommodation reserved by wire.  reserved by wire.     . ,  For     furthsr    particulars    call orj  write the olbte.     ' Pbono Main <i56,  : - VICTOIUA,   B.   C,-  A. I)' CARLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A,   N.P.,        General Agent  Portland, Ore.  ,       Victoria. B.C.  HOTEL LELAND  (T. J.  Wcllman, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Granville and- Hastings  streets-  Telephone, 1-4.  ,m?M***M^������^--*^  {     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  $  I  DRl-j'iMMKD OU'  BY  BAND   OF   WOMEN7  Two     bundled miner's wives put  to  /light  some      colliers  wno  arrived  by  special   (ruin      to replace strikers  at  tin- jVj.rtliyr     LVantwit Colliery,  Clla-  niorii;aiisl)iri.!.   'lhc women,  being  warn  ed  of their  coining,  had  assembled   at  the     railway    'station- witih' kei'lies.  saucepans,  and     other      articles,   anil  wilh these created such a din that- the  1111 welcome visitors,  fearing  life in   lhe  village would     lie intolerable.    'Upat a  retreat.   One  woman came  with  a big  'drum,  which  had seen service in a..local drum      and  life     band, but the instrument     speedily  came lo     grief,  a  miner putting*     his  com   pick through  it.   The miners made their escape over ihe mountain side.  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. 686, F.  O. E.     :���������:'        :������������������       :-:       :���������3  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  3rd  Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President    B    Forcimmer;     Worthy  Secretary,  C H. Rummlngs.  WM..MUNSIE, President J. W.  COBURN, Man. Director  Telephone^.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd  MILLS   AT   PIDDICK   AND  LADY' SMITII-Shingles  a Specialty.  ���������Manufabturere     of���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shing-ies, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln  Dried   Flooring     and   Finishing    Ltunber la    Stock.  I  i  I  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, dOLD AND  *      SILVER ORES. s  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Maimar.  W.J. WATSON,  Smelterjanager..  [M0 M Diiildin?  nl  Launch and Pleasure Boats of all  descriptions for Hire. Boats built  to order and Repaired. Spoon oars a  Speciality*  HARRUP AND IIAYEDN.-  BOAT  BUILDERS.  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM,  Ladysmith, B. O.  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read   vlai  the  Tnnffi]  LI  The  only  line now  making   UNION  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL  and      MINNEAPOLIS    with       the  through    trains     from    the    Pacific  Coast. .  THE SHORTEST LINE, THE"'  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST ���������  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHI  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask your  local agent or write, '  F. W. PARKER  '  General   A genii  ^���������������������������^���������-���������--ir-^^^  The Farmers.  Meat Market  Geo. Roberts  Prop.  D D IT EVER STRIKE YOU?  That the. place to BUY YOUR MEAT   is  where  the slaughtering  done locally?   Wc arc not depending on    what the Wholesalers send u.������  and      can    GUARANTEE   EVERY-THING to he FRESH AND CL12A  PAN NELL  &    PLASKETl  STFVENS BLOCK, QAT/.CR^  Si'.vE_;T LA        SM T  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  IB. E. WALKER, Cnoral M_.BC- ALEX. LAIKD. As.,1. G������n*l Man.gW  LADYSMITH SHAVING  __  PARLORS  HIGH STREET.  :���������:���������: Best in the City :���������:���������I  BANK MONEY ORDERS  4  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  $5 and under ��������� -^    Scents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  <t    ������l0       ������< ������' $30.   10 cents  ������    ft30       ������ " $50..   15 cents x  -   . -o.���������r���������i-,i.������.-.f* P.ii- .ii anv ofTico ill C, nadu of a Chartered Banii  T^������^d?^t t^ SncWbinW POU*. * the Udited States.   ,  NEGOTIAHLF. AT A FIXEO  RATF.  A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC - , LONDON, ENG.  Thev form an excellent method of remittin. small sums ol uio_cy  Iheytorma    c    ^^ sa������cty and at small  ;ost.  PA-DYPMITH BRANCH w -W.  A, CORNWALL, MaHagW--  LApYSMSTH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED AND FRESH,  Co_fectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken'for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  CUBAN CIGAR FACTORY  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOfl  None bu   Union Labor   Employed  Tl J. B.33rrl, P/^P     '  lid 2nd Ave. Seattle.  '<!  .Dealers in  Pianos anil  ���������rgans  L adysmith, B.C  Dr.  Dier can  be found at any t\\\  at his office on High street. His dc  tal work is guaran'l.cod to be fin-  class and -rates reasonable DAILY LEDGER  jSmmam  '^���������^t*-������I-4-t-������^-M-'**-I*��������� -I*��������� *I-������*-I������H*->^'H-H-4,*H'^^-'*H-^--H������>'-l<-- '  Union  Brawtne Co-  NANAIMO LB. C.  fianufacturers of the  ������ In |British Columbia _  4*    Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed . Brewed  f    from the   Best Canadian Malt Run  Hops  - i  - -i  F^all    Furnishings  i      '      / *  ���������________________^_______  FOR MANY MONTHS  OUR'BUYERS  HAVE'BEEN   SEARCHING THE MARKETS  OF  CANADA, UNITED. STATES, ENGLAND,  AND THE CONTINENT  for Staples and  Novelties.ahd   the NEW COODS  arc now arriving  ready Tor the Fall trade.     T his means GREATER CHOICE AND  BETTER VALUE THAN EVER   IN  FURNITURE  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  DRAPERIES  LINEN  CUT GLASS  GRDCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  'SILVERWARE  GO-CARTS  .   PICTURES  KiTCHENWARE  y  pa  * >  OUR    PRICES-will compare    FAVORABLY   with  ' any store in  . the West���������in many cases they   are LOWER than that charged for  inferior  goods elsewhere. , *-'     ~  Send for 230 page Illustrated     Catalogue. ", ,  EVER   HELD  IN THE CITY  -OF LADYSMITH-  _!__���������  JHere is an opportunity not offered to the buying public once in ten years, to   buy all  goods now at prices sold by all merchants after the season. Our reason for doing this  is because we are overstocked, between here   and Cumberland and we must raise  money.  Therefore are giving the public the benefit to buy Fall goods while you need \  them, at first - cost. Read the following bargains and you'll be convinced.   Come early ^  and you'll get best choice.  VICTORI/VBG  _W_W_���������_iii-Tiifi"ii ill   I'lTTI  r_?-**  o  o  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired aLshore  notice.   Drill Sharpened  by~ ������������������<**   <  ways gives satisfaction. Pi'cl's handled and repaired.'  Ships mittiing   in ai1     its  *-_ra__Vie������  Horeeshoers'and Genera! Blacksmitns.  R. LAWSON  Buller Street   -    -   - " -    Ladysmith, B C  rt_a~  .0!  4 44+++++++++++++++f+4- -f f^-f >^H.4.4"f ���������������������������������������������������������������<������-������������������������������������������������������"��������������������������� ��������� t-t-������    ,  'X LA DVSMITH TRANSFER CO.   *  *���������  i  PIANOS      ORGANS    ANDIIOUSEHOLD    FURNITURE MOVED  PROMPTLY A KD  SAFELY.         Stables.in the,rear of the Ladysmith hotel.     Leave orders at   the  Abbots ford. .      -j  ,.  WILLIAMS AND~iV\5\_r  I SALES STABLES ������  _.���������������������������'-"���������.���������-' EXPRESS WORK   A SPECIALTY. J  '    ������������������'  *  ' .������������������������������������  I  * PHONE 66 LADYSMITH J  ****������**-^������*������*-������*������*������*^^^  X  DAVID JOHNSON  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  BUGGIES FOR HIRE 1-.--.  :���������: See J. KEMP, or leave orders with  BLAIR &  ADAM  ii-IRST AVENUE  ~Y  'PHONE  2-4.;  W.  SILER.  GENERAL -EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  P.f -- '���������  Leave orders at the Abbotsloid.  M.R/SIMPSON  Solicitor, Ete.  M)i3/   U   In i  st Ave������ue        -     ���������      LADYSM1  ^tm^  FLANNELETTE  300 YARDS CANADIAN FLANNELETTE,   NEWEST   STRIPES      AND  COLORINGS.      PAST  DYE,   GOOD,   FIRM   CLOTH,   LIGHT        OR  DARK,   33   INCHES   WIDE THINK   OF    MT!        EQl'AI,    TO    A  CLOTH fil INCHES WIDE, 15 cents.  Special Bargain, per yard, ioc.  350 YARDS   FLANNELETTE,   SpL ENDiD PATTERNS, REGULAR 12&  FOR     7..V  cenIs. ' ��������� ' 1 ���������  WRAPPERETT ,  250      YARDS     IN      DIFFERENT      FFERENT-    SHADES     AND   PAT-  n      TERNS   FOR  MORNING   JACK   ETS,   WRAPPERS,  WAISTS,   ETC.  REGULAR  35 for  174  cents.    ,  150 YARDS    SWANSDOWN,   REGIT LAR, '30 CENTS, for 2") CETVTS.yd  ��������� '-        ������������������     T    1 '--     ' "J   ������������������'"     -'- ~      '  '       ���������"r"   -"-*-'���������;.-���������.-������������������   ..������   "       -*.   ��������� -   . "  PRETTY WAISTS  NUNS' VEILING WAT3TS���������in Cardinal, P.lue and Cream, NOT extra-  vagcnlly priced, ns you'll agree when you've seen, thc BEAUTIES WE  ARE SELLING  AT     '  ���������     $1,-50  CI-lfNA SILK WAISTS in Sky Blue,   and  Ivory,   unlined,   made  with   in���������  serlio'n and  lucks.  REGULAR," .VI.00  FOR $2,755.  THE NEW SILKS  NEW'CI-HNA   AND  TAFFETA SILKS  For Childrcns'  Dresses, Ladies  Waists etc.,  TAFFETA   SILK���������27 inches wide, REGULAR GO cents, for 35 cents.  CHINA S1LK-22 inches  wide,  REGULAR  30  cents  for 20  CENTS  yd.-  CORSETS      -  THE BEST to wear, now,   50c, 75c.   $1.00  and   $1.25  A  PAIR..  WOMENS' JERSEY RIBBED| VESTS  ' WOMEN'S JERSEY  RTBBED VESTS���������Especially     adapted  for winter  wear, with light, soft Silk  Fleece inside, button fronts and long sleeves.  REGULAR, $1.03, SPECIAL 75c.  WOMEN'S HALF-WOOL RIBBED V ESTS���������With light, soft fleece inside;  button fronts and long slcevos-REG ULAJl SO'CENTS .FOR f.O CENTS.  LADIES  NATURAL WOOL  VESTS   AND   DRAWERS c  all sizes.     REGULAR PRICE,  $1.25 SPILLING   PRICE,   $1.00.  LADIES'   1IYGTENIC      VESTS   Half  Wool,   -    REGULAR,  75   CENTS FOR  45 CENTS.  CHILDRENS'   VESTS,   in  ribbed and   Hygienic,   REGULAR.   35c,   45c,  and   50c.   NOW  25c,   35c,   and   -I0c. *tt������ " j  Fhe Clothing  Sfiecails  SUITS FOR MEN  Suits to be sold  at  BIG  Reduction    as     we     have    only broken  sixes.  Early cusloincis  will 1)3 repaid twice    over  for   their trouble in  shopping  here. ������,  BOYS' SUITS, le������?s than $1.00 a garment,       :  Surely   no  need for Mother  to   nial-e them   when SO LITTLE MONEY will save her  time and  preserve   her  eyesight.  BOYS'   SAILOR   SUITS,   REGULAR, $2.50,  for $1.50.      s  BOYS~ SAILOR   SUITS,   LONG-  PANTS, REGULAR, $5.00 for $2.75.    ���������  T.ENS: WATERPROOFS, to be sold HALF PRICE  -     WENS'  SOFT  AND  HARD BOSOM  SHIRTS,   BIG  REDUCTIONS,  The  NICEST styles.    Sizes  from' 11  to   17-^.      REGULAR,   $1.00  to  $1.5(1.    TO   BE  SOLI)   AT  75c. -_anwe_..������)  ,     THE   WELL-KNOWN ^ 1 -  s  KNIT-TO-FIT SWEATERS ,  JuMz-arrivcd.      Tn  all   colors.   Ihey are well  advertised here  already-  without  further   mention,   as  they  have   been   worn  here   since   wc  took  the agoiicy  a number of years  ago, and have given    good satist'aot on to  eveiyone  who  has   woin  them.  We shouldn't sell them under agreement price,   which is  $3.50,  hut as  long as thc sale w-.il he ou, they -will  be sold  $2.95  Q  *-*- tSH ^  O  O  -*<  iQ'  HENS' UNDERWEAR, Fleece Lined  MENS'  WEAR  NATURAL WOOL and heavy ribbed  to  be sold   at a BIG REDU CTION.  Scotish  Wool  1  UNDER-  500 PAIR OF PANTS  "  j  (  Just  arrived a few Hays -ago,  wo  rlh up to  $2.75,  .to  be  $1  sold  ���������25  at  a Pair  GREYJFLANNEL  Fine Canadian Ail-Wool, Grey FLANNEL, light,  Medium  or dark shades-  sold at  22?. cents per yard. Was 311c.  LADIES' RAINCOATS  -BT G   REDUCTION   FURS  FOR  THE  COMING   WTNTER Our  FURS     are  very  STYLTSTT,  six     lengths in  frontl.   Come in and sec  our   Mrs-Now   is   Um_ best t.n.e  to  but���������Before cold   weather   com-   mences.      REGULAR  $l.o0  for $3.00  SEPTEMBER BLANKTSALE  CAN'T BEAT OUR PRICED.  Fine,  Unshrinkable,  white wool  Blankets., Size 00x35.. Regular,  $5:00  ._��������� for $3 75  61x82,  Regular,   $5.75,   for  + ..$  -  $'1:2^'*  ���������'OSxSfl,   regular,   $7.00,   for  .: i j..'.:..   ���������������������������  $5:00 ��������� .  SILVER    GREY   BLANKETS FROM $2.00 up to $5700.  .BLANKET SHEETS,  White and Grey,  Regular,  $1.25,  for   85c  WALKING SKIRTS  DARK  MIXED  TWEEDS,   Good   ra nge of Sizes,  also goes AT REDUCTION.  HENS' CASHMERE SOX  Seamless, guaranteed fast color. Regular, 35 c.  TO BE SOLD AT 20c.  A   PAIR.  MENS'  HEAVY   WORKING   SOX���������  All-wool.    Rogulai,  25c.  a  pair,  to be SOLD  AT 20 CENTS  A Pair  o  o  BOYS' SCHOOL BOOTS  BOYS   BOOTS  on .-sale this week.���������GOOD,   Sensible  Old   Country   made  Boots,   Hint  will  ghc lasting   wear   and     satisfaction.   ���������   Sizes   8   to 13.  REGULAR   $1.50,  FOR   $1 25.  BOYS'   WORKING   BOOTS   BOYS'    OLD-COUNTRY MADE  BOOTS,     with      nails   and   heel   plates;  sizes  from   I   to 5.   Will  give lastr'jng wear  and  satisfaction.  REGULAR^ $2.25, FOR      $1-50.  THE   BOYS'   BOOTS  ' ,  ���������Are made, of HEAVY  CALF LEATHER.   The soles are EXTRA-HEAVY,  Willi noal   ?v(ciision. Si;*cs   1   to 5.      Regular,   $2-00  per   pair.  SPECIAL,   $1.50.  INFANTS SHOES  INFANTS'   SHOES,   SOFT   SOLES ULAR   30  cents  for   20   CENTS YD.  ���������������������������All colors and sizes from  .1  to 3.  ���������....    REGULAR, ,50c,   FOR     25  CENTS. '      ������  THE WOMENS'SPECIAL  ;   FINE  DONG OLA   BOOTS���������With    extention  Edge,', and noat Cuban heels. |fe  All sizes. f|  SELLING   PRICE, 2.25,    SPECIAL,   $1.50. %  WOMENS'   and   CHILDRENS'   Fall and    Winter      COATS- Loose- Box  fj  Backs     and   Tigh(Hitting,   black ��������� and     Fawn   to   be   sold   REGARDLESS   *|  OF  COST. i-f  *  ���������U  S  ;fs Xo COUPONS  given  with  sacrifice  T prices.  1  Space won't permit us to mention all the Bargains we are offering  CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSf Lf  -f   N) CCUPONS  given  with sacrifice    -?  prices.  *  I  \ts      \i^       ^i>      \if       y_^      M**       \^  '���������  s  E  High St.,  0  J  Lady^iult!  IM  I V* H  ^ 77  v  ?HE   DAILY   LEDGER  _-^ - ������������������"-  LOCAL ITEMS  FOR SALE���������A first class Fruit,  Confectionery, Ice Cream Parlor and Cigar Stand, 'doing a fine  business of o\ er ������400 pel month  Rent $12. Goodwill, storo, house,  furnitiue and fixings, all tot Cash,  $000. Applv  to  THE REALTY  SYNDICATE,  234 Abbott St., Vancouvei  or ou- the premises  of Mis.   J.    II.  Tate,  Ice Qicam Parlors, Esplanade,  Ladysmith.  ������-s^j&f&ttt^V&^i??^ ^s__BK____g___-Mi  FOR      SALE���������A    number   of  milch  cows,  due to calve between     now  and     New    Year. First due in  ten  days.     Apply        E.  II. FORREST,  Ilillbank,  Cowichan  P.O  liliK. J. Adam returned fiom Nanaimo  on this  morning's  tiam.  Best tobacco,  fruit and candies at  Carter's,  First Avenue.  Mrs      Ilcarnc, of Duncans, passed  ihiough  ui hei   homo   from   NaiiuiMQ  ou  the mouiing tiam.  W.   O   Wallace,  of  Victoiia,   is registered   at   thc   Abbottsfond   hold.  ���������a���������  Mr   J. Cunningham, of the  Yukon,  is in Ladjsmith, the guest of      Mis  I'ruVaii.  Millinciy opening on Salm day at  Simor Leiscr & Co , Ltd. See oui  new  fashions  in  Fall  Hats.  IS   TNDUiNANT   AT  STOREKEEPERS.  Angelo Tate,  who is now vacating  the  Poi tiand  hold,   wdl  move   into  Ins   house  on   thc  lull," a*11'1   will ic-  main   at least   foi some  time   m   Ladysmith.    Air.   Tale   is feel hid*   thoroughly  indignant, at   thc action     of  some of Uic'stoicl eenei**, ^vhom      he  owes   sin,ill   accounts   winch   hestat  cs  would ha*.c beon piomptly settle.!  The  action  complained   of  by       Mi  Tate  is   the placing   of the  accounts  in   the hands  of  a   collect oi   at   tins  lime    Such,  oi   any  other  accounts  he   owes   aie,   lie states    small,   and  he can not understand  why he should  have  been   usiled   so piomptly   with  a demand  foi   settlement,    lie wisbc*  to  make  one exception���������that  of       a  Fust   Avenue  storclvconci,   who    ha*"  tieatcd   him  light  DUNCANS  TOW1SS1TJE EXTENSION  Adjoining the old lownsite of  DUNCANS, V. I.  ���������  A small .area has been laid off    in town lots which are no'W offered  at  LOW  PRICES   AN    D ON  EASY TERMS.  The future of  the  Cowichan      District   and   Vancouver   Island  ���������will  exceed  expectations  and   this is a good chance f-r a safe and  piofitable   investment. . r'  SEE FLANS AND PRICES  lAgents, J. STEWART J. Ii] WIIITTOME  I **  Ladysmith,  V.  I. Duncans.     V. I.  THE CITY BAKERY  THE BEST, AND NOT1K-NC! BUT  THE BEST .  i  X RBEAD ��������� CAKES ��������� COOKIES ��������� and ��������� |PIES;A,  CHILDRENS'  READY  to mm  HATS  S-SfiSP5 f Use Porter's Antiseptic Healing  Oil. freely guarantor; for sale only  at the Drug Stole. - ���������.'  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  r  Repairing and making to order   *  speciality. '  THOHAS   MCEWAIN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  A GOOD-a-wntmeiit of FRESH CONFECTIONERY  1ST AVE.  A. LUCAS  John Oduo has bought, out -\ii;clo  Talc, and thc Portland Hold is  now 'iu thc possesion of Mi Goa;r  who will, he slates, install a (nslr  class conk'and conduct the house a--  acon\omcnl and up-to-date boaidina  house ami hotel. For thc cotnen-  ience of boaulcis -a ho may desiu  them hoi, halhs will alwajs he ob-  lainablc and l.he comfoit ol his  guests   looked   aftei.  Mi.   Cl-ogo  has been   an employee  of  the WeUinolon   Collieiy  Company foi  the      post      eighteen   jcais,   haMng  charge of the company's stabks.  He  will  coiilinuc  in  his inesenl   position  His son   and   an assistant   will  have  charge directly of thc house,   lies,  lints  a fan  s'haic of thc  public pal  milage,   promising   in   iclurn        goo-''  accommodation  and   satisfaction    Tin  Portland     has been laleh   lit led up  and  isaeon\emenlly  l'-caled  lijousc  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done  Orders Promptly   Executed  S. ROEDDING  **     t*     *   mm  LADYSMITH  Of the man  ol cralt,  iM>r  he  is the one   Ihat  Benefits most  Alien   the   measlcy  dot*-,  Spoils  lhe  tail  of  the coat���������  l*'oi   the  usual  icsulls  Must naturallv   follow,  And   lhe \ictun must pay  Plie  tailoi   a dollar.  _  I'his is working  up tiade,  Hut   not   on   fair   lines,  '"or,   dining  the excitement,  rhat  natuially follows.  The   paity   quails   l.ccr  n very- huge swallows,  vWiilc the good natuied  man  -.Villi  his  coat  in   (listless,  n  addition   to  tins  sa\s  'It's   lather  haul   lines  I'o hold  thc  best hands,  ���������ict   get stuck  foiu   times."  -*-*-  ^__    "W    __f    ^M    W ���������������  WL7TZ    7VC    7ri    ^    ���������'���������>  SPORT  Just     -aimed���������Sou*, o-nir      leather  posl-caids    Also  aluminum   post-caul  (something new)  at  Knight's  Book-  stoic.  THE     DOC   AM) THE TALR  Who  is   lhe   man  That owns the   dog  That  sic'/.es the can  By  it's   dangling  tail  And   rips and   gnaws,  And  pulls and -claws���������  That   takes   an   advantage,  When, a Hush is  in  order,  And chews- off a corner,  Including  tlie   border  Of  the victim's coat.,  .Just  made  to  order,  Requiring   repairs���������  'I'o  he  made at  mice���������  And   this is. (he rrraft  .MODERN" M \R\d ".?.*-���������.  (Continued nom Page One )  s  woilh   lfi     cents pi    palion, so tins  oil does  not cost  much to nin  A  ,c\ en teen-foot-   -boat,  fitted  with ,  .i one and out-half bo*.<-c-rD\\-*i  moloi  1 costs S2 ill-   A     boat 20 feel leng. lilted  with a     tlucc-hoisc-powei   1110*01  vi-ns ioi  V'7j, and a  tweuty-fi\e loot  (,><K\\, with     a livc-hoisc i-cwer motor  '"sens  km   f.5.")(l    These prices aie only  roi   boat an-lmotoi, awmngs and oth-  ir uncy  fiMiigs add to the puce.  As the   -si/.c of  the boaL. and powei.  of thc motor     increases, so does  the  1-rice.   A   l.liirl.y-foo*t; boat fitted with  a standing    roof and driven by a six-  ho-rse'power     motor  which win  give  a speed of seven     miles an hour will  cost   .$1,425.   Th'S     boat is sub-stan-  t'iaily     built.   It can carry  fifty  gall/ins  of on   and win  use   three .(jvarts  an hour.    If th-i front is "enclosed with  niass and the interior  finished in  ma-  ht-gony. the-    cost will    c $'1..!)55. this  is an ideal     craft* for outings during  lhc day.  RING ���������  With the Biitt-Neison fight ever and  Nelson, the white lightweight champion, theie is no-thing in sight foi  ic\eis of the pugilistic game. The  heavyweight championship is in such  a muddle that thcie is little interest  tai en ui fifth Is in that diusion and  outside oi Jefines there aie none who  class at ail Tha big iciiow has le-  i ire cl tor want of some one. to fight.  California is about the only place  wheie fights aie allowed, and there  is the 'native son" proposition to  meet tneie That is a drawback.  'Ihose who get beaten in San Francisco say it is because the -did not  h ippcn to be born m the golden state  and those who win say they had to  light haul lor i\\2 victory Nelson is  about the only one who admits that  was tieated all light and he got  away with a lung's lansome for puling Janies E'lwaid out-of the way  io Dozen to choose  from, all different  kinds, no two alike.  We are short of  room, so have decided to put these on  sale for Satur ay at  the small sum of  $1.25 Each  Another arrival of La  dies Ready-to-Wear  hats in   todav���������See  (i  window,  Walters &  Akenhead  HAY. GRAIN AMD  FARM oRODUbf  Orders will be delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the low  est possible prices. '-  Leave orders at Christie'*, o������ tk������  Eiplanadt.  JAS, ���������AmiTOOB.  At. a meeting of* the executive'of the  Cntano:   Rugby  football  tin-on last  night,   a com-miinication   fiom  R.  P.  Woodward,     of Vancomcr,   sen clary  of  the  British   Colum-lna Rugby  Union,  in connection -with  thc  pioposcd  trip    *oi~ a Canadian  team to New  South     Wales this   coming   summer,  was  received.   Tho   Union passed  the  following     ioKolul.io-n*'"Tlic Ontario  Rugby Foot!.all   Union gives  its hear  iy     ap-.iovai to the tup proposal   V  tlu   Butish   Columbia   Rugby   Union  lo  New South  Wales  to  l^c place  in   lOOfi,   and- full her,   that  Ontano  Rugby Football  Union* will  lend any  assistance   in-its-power in support of  thc  trip and furnish  what over players  may  l>e dcs-iicd,  and  that     'he  President and    Secretary  be a committee to act in accord with thc British   Columbia  Rugby   Union."    The  mot-ion   was/ lef'ei red   to   the  annual  meeting.    '  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING, REGULATIONS."  Coal���������Coal  lands  may  be purchased at $10 per acre for soft coal   and  $.20 for  anthracite.   Not  more than  320 acres can be acquired by one in-  I dividual or company.   Royalty .at the  ' rate    of ten cents, per ton' of 2,000  pounds    shall     be collected on the  gross  output.  Quart/.���������A free miner's certificate is  granted upon payment in advance of  ������7.50 per annum for an- individual,  and from $50 to (100 per annum for  a company, according to capital. <,  A lice m-iiier, having discovered  mineral in place,, may locate a claim  1,500 x 1,500 feet. The fee for recording a claim is $5.00   ____  At least $100 must be expended on  the claim each * year or paid to the  mining -recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500 has been expended or paid, the'  locator may, upon having asuivey  made, and upon complying with other ic<juiie.nicnts, purchase the land at  $1 an, acre.  The patent provides for the payment of a royalty of 2 J per cent on  the sales.  PLACER mining claims generally  are 100 feet square; cntiy fce~$5, ie-  ncwablc yeaily.  A fiec miner may obtain  two leases  to  diedge  for gold   of   five miles  each for a term of twenty  years, je-  newable at the descietion of  the Minister of the Intsrior.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation.within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles.  Rental, $10 per annupi for each.mile  of liver leased. Royalty at thc rate  of "2-V per cent-collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W..CORY,    :  Deputy of the Minister ' of  the In-  erior. '   '  Will Take, Place on Saturday, when we, will exhibit the new fashions in Fall  and Winter Hats. We cordially invite you to come,  see and try them on:  SIMON 1EISER&C0 Ltd:  . - *.     --      - >  GATACRE ST  LADYSMITH  W.G.Eraser  Merchant Tailor/  _cV_������~ -' '   ' '   ".        '  ' <'i'  ��������� j(i.sl|Avenue)'       ' '',  *  Fall Stock   on   hand. Call esrly and  get your ch-oice  t^;g&3_i_-_S-S������  il  GALEDONiAN"  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  Ladysmith  TenipJe No. 5  Rat'ihoi  Sisters meets in tlie Oddfellow'  2nd and  4th Tuesday at 7.30 p.  Mrg. Kate Tate, wcretary.  Appoint-nents may be made at any  time for denial woik at Di. Diei's  on High sticet st  Hammer  '* " "  Guns 'at,.  20 PR CENT  Discount for  CASH '���������-���������-'  Saturday Bargains  We have decided to reduce  ourstook of,     \    _  HAMMER GUNS  So   offer"~thesc  snaps   ff>r Saturday./   *'  The Ladysmith Hardware Co., Ltcjf  %  i."i  ' '���������'. x  ' \.  "1  > ,    [  -* .'''I  \1  -A  "���������ii  'i  t t  ���������A  'A  H  -:o:-  FOOTRALL���������A     Toionto despatch,  tinder  date of  September  19th"; says  To Rent  Store Lately Occupied by John  Thompson, complete with counter  and fixtures.  Rent $15 per month, Apply to  RUSSELL StMPSON  R. P. R1THET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA. :���������::���������:   ������������������..���������::���������/B.C.  NOTICE.  Fiom      this  date   the  undersigned  will not  be  responsible for  any  indebtedness     incuired except on      a  written oicier signed by the secretary  Rowland  Machin.  V.  I.  EXPLORATION &  DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1905.  DON'T BE  PERSUADED WITH  SMOOTH    TALK     TO BUY EYE-  'GLASSES OR   SPECTACLES ���������  WHEN YOU DON'T NEED THEM  OUR   PRACTICE   1S-NOT ^   TO  ADVISE  THEIR  USE, BY  ANYONE WHEN WE TTIND THAT THE  ������ IGHT  IS NOT AFFECTED.  BKOOTII  TALK  CAN  CON-VtNCE YCHI rOB  THE TIME BE  TNG  THAT YOU  NEED  GLASSES     AND     LA^Bir._^   ���������������  ?,SSATlSPACTIOH.   THIS   DOES   NOT HAPrEM   *,oH   V*~  -WE  HAVE ANY NUMBER OF     REIE^CT^r^^S  FROM RESIDENTS OF THIS CITY     AND SURROUNDlNG^.  WE TEST YOUR EYES BY THE. ^TEST METHODS   FREE  OF  CHARGE     AND GUARANTEE   OUR  WORK     V*   CAR  RY THE BEST QUALITY OF   OPTICAL   GOODS.   OUR PRlC  ES ARE MODERATE.  J!  <  ���������i  S  of out famou  s    t--_-S-8_ea_-B  Have you tried  NABOB TEA?  Best 50c. Ceylon Tea in the  Market  Morrison'Sy Ladysmitli, B. C.  WILLIAMS   BLOCK.  ._' _    - ��������� TELEPHONE  6-7  AMHERST  MINING  SHOES  $2.5C, $3.00, and  $4.50 a pair  BL&IR ii ADAM.  'PHONE  2:4        PIISNE  24.  NOTICE.  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice..  will be prosecuted.  HUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  ;      'Ladysmith. B.C.  TAINTING,        PAPEKHANGING  ITTC.  Work done properly and at ri.^  prices.     Shop  and  residence in  rear  of Ladysmith  Hotel.  J. E.  SMITH, Prop  $.1,500���������Cash   and   $1,500   in   5   years  at  G   per  cent:  buys. 20-acre.   farm  one ���������'-..'.niile  from ..Duncan.   12 acres  ��������� '..-u-iidcri   /cuM.vatimn.   Ei'glit-iro.6mcd  house  and large frame  bam.  B.FORCIMfl ER  WATCHMAKEH.   JEWELER, OPTICIAN  Firs t Avenue, -X   X   X .   Lady^mth,  B. C  SOOO���������For   lot   and   two* st0rcs  /centre of city.  Good terms.  111  BARGAINS  EXTENSION   TABLE    $7.00  GILDED   EMNAMEL  BEDSTEAIV  .......; -....*    $(',.0^  SING-LTC BED  COUCH   $r>.0l>'  POLISHED  WASH-STAND  ...   $2.25  One "piece  Lenolium,, 12x12 It.'  Extra heavy, -10 cents per square  yard. . -*    '  Don't forget to ask for vour ticket  0 n the KITCHEN QUEEN. CABINET. .    '���������     ��������� ;  G  PETERSON'S Store  Cor. 5th. and Roberts St  $280���������Cash  and      $-100  on   inortgaf;e  buys  two  fine lots Sow  yards irom  Pes to tticc.  $.200���������Cash and $10 per month buys  fine four-roomed house with pantry  and bath-room. Water laid on; lino  garden. '."������.''  $300���������Cash and $250 0n time buys a  nice 7-room.cd house. Everything in  first-class  order.  $.10���������Per .month rents a "ice house on  Second Avenue. Spl.ndid cellar.  Chicheh and   Wash-house.-;.  For  Sale���������Pure   Ural   Cordon   sctter  dogs,      best-    pedigre3.   Also   Black  .    Coelicr  Spaniel. '  toves  Itoves  We are making them oi-the Newest " Pattern and Latest  Styles.  WE DO ALL KINDS Ol-1 FOU NDRY WORK  Our Prices are Rcasona   hlc  SEE OUR   NEW STOVES IN  BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.    .  and at Lsdysmith Hardware Ccmpsny  L\ DY5hlTH IRON & STOVE WORKS CO,, LTD.  Dr.   Dicr's  ofTice  i.s   open  evenings  ���������and.'appointments  can   be  made   for  work at any tinic through thc week.  Only  lirst-class   dental  work   is turned  out and'it is done at reasonable  st  IToiisrs   to   rent.    Call   and   get   far-  ticulars.  I Fire,   Life  and   Accident  ... Insurance.  I    Deeds,   Wills,     Mori.*ga,gt������:   C...!i-  '     tracts  and   Agreements   Drawn.  J. STEWART  Conveyancing     *       Notary Public  P. O. BOX 268  prices  ���������-     FOR  RENT.  : The hotel apartments of the Portland    Hotel,      consisting  of   twenty  rooms,       including   kitchen,   pantry,  store-rooms,   14   bedrooms,   well  furnished,  ?,tc.   The house,  without the  bar, will  be leased by the undersigned   at very  reasonable  rates.     Call  and look over   the premises.  A good  boarding  house  keeper can  do  well.  ANGELO TATE,  Proprietor.  Dr. R.B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist   .  All work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  High St.  Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  H.O. MILES  ontractor and Builder  REPAIRING  of all  kinds pron -  attended to.    Shop on ti-Wer*    1  kh Wing & Go,  Merchant T ���������ilors  Ltd'Its' t ii_ Ctrts'  1 Icihcs  Made  Order.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTY ���������'��������� >a  LADYSMiTii,    B, C.

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