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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Sep 26, 1905

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Array -������������������*��������������� ���������*Kft,  EGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY  ~=Sl'tiS������  i^LJLA^ X  ^egtslaiive At<  SEP 2 8 1805  -*���������*���������**-*���������.  *ft  %  '<^C  #:.  o-  VOL.2,  TUESDAY,   SEPT.   a������   19������5  PRICE FIVE   CENTS  GOLD RECEPTION  FOR KOMURA  Editor says Chief Envoy will not  be Received in Capital With  Functions  .   Seattle,  Wash., Sept. 26.���������Kenta**o  Tokio, nor will hcvbe received   with  Kayahara, editor of the Yorodzu  Choo, one of the loading papers in  Tokio, is in Seattle. Mr. Kayahara  stilted that his |>ersonal observation  led him to believe that practically  all the people of Japan are dissatisfied with the peace  treaty.  "Baron Komura will not be receiv.  ������tl   with functions .when   he   reaches  shouts of glad acclaim," said Mr.  Kayahara. "I believe that thc present ministry will be dissolved soon,  because the people are clamoring for  thc resignation of the cabinet and  the Emperor is giving personal attention to the memorials to the  throne.' The people o! Japan de-.  mand a new cabinet and J. think they,  will win."  THE ELECTRIC  LIGHT BY-LAW  BUILDING COLLAPSES,  INJURING MANY    *"  Buffalo,- N. Y , Sept. 25.���������With a Morris & Aieon had the contract  crash .  that could be'heard for blocks'for the'masonry,    and their men weire  ;a_ three story brick building ui.rt.it working an the thud story when'iJic  course' of construction on West Firry west wall went down, carrying with  ktrcet collapsed this afternoon, carry- it a portion of the rear wall. .That  ing with " it thirty carpenters and j (here was no serious loss o' life was  bricklayers who were-at wor*. on top due to the lait that there was no  of'the "   structure.   A ' score of men roof on the building and thc mass of  , were, injured,  eight of them-seiiotisiy.   bricks fen outward toward thc street,  Si.v**-of the    injured men were taken   tlie men     being 'juried in the timbers  to thc   hospitals-   -and two were re-/of   the interior.   Boss Carpenter Ham  moved to their-homes in ambulances.' who was     working   on the top of the  .���������'The other workmen .sustained cuts building, said that the west wan com-  and bruises and were able to go to! menccd to sway in towards a* derrick  their homes- The'bunding was owned in the centre that was being set up  by C. J. Crowley, of 310 West Ferry ' for hoisting purposes, and to collapse  Passed by Council at Last Evening s Meeting and  is to be Voted on by People on Saturday, October 7th  Council Decide to Employ an Engineer to Furnish  Estimate of the Cost of Connecting McLeod and Bush Creeks  stieet.  ! immediately afterwards.  MUNICIPAL BYLAW  ;A By-law of the Corporation of the   City 0f Ladysmith to authorize the  '-   ,'raising *y way of a Loan a sufficient  sum  of  money  to  construct-* . an  'Electric  Plant  for  the said Municipality.' .   ,' '      -  Whereas it is necessary, and expedient that  the Corporation  of the  '".City of Ladysnv'th should construct a system of Electric Plant for the  ,.    , .purpose, of furnishing Electric light to  the --, said  City   and  inhabitants  thereof,     " ,"*".'-- " V ' -\ .   , . *,  AND WHEREAS a  petition    under  Section   (69)  of  thc,Municipal  Clauses  Act hns  been presented   to the   Municipal   Council signed by   the  owners  of more than  one-tenth   in   value  of   the  real  property  in    the  City of Ladysmith  as shown by  the last revised  Assessment Roll, requesting the said  Council   to introduce a By-law with the objects herein  set  fprth,  AND WJIEREAS.it will incu ri   an     expenditure     of the sum  of  $20,000  to construct the said   FJec trie. Light  system  and  it is  desired  by the  Council of the Corporation   to raise such  sum   by  way   of  loan  upon  the credit of  the Corporation   of the City of Ladysmith,  AND WHDREAS the whole rateable land and improvements or  , real property of thc Corporation of the City of Ladysmith, according  " to the hist revised Assessment Roll for the year 190-1, was $'407,265.00  ;    - AND   WHEREAS   the   total   amount required to be raised annual-  .'    ly by  rate,   for paying the debt  which will be     created hereunder, and  .    the interest thereon,  and  for creating  an  annual  sinking  fund   for   the  payment off of the said debt and jnteicst within ������.0  years is $1,800,  AND WHEREAS it  will   require an annual  rate of   H  mills     in  the dollar for paying such  new   debt and interest,  AND WHEREAS this By-law   may  not be altered or repealed except with the consent of the Lieutenant Governor in Council,  THEREFORE,   the  Municipal" Council     of     the Corporation of  the  City of Ladysmith enacts as follows  (1.) It shall bc lawful for the Mayor of the Corporation of the  City of Ladysmith to borrow upon the credit of the said Corporation  by way of debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any petson or persons  body or bodies corporate, who may be willing ito advance the same a*> a  loan, a sum of money not exceeding in the whole -the sum of 5 21,000,  currency, and. to cause til such sums so'raised''or received to be paid in-.  : to the hands of the Clerk of the said Corporation, for the purpose j-.nd  with  the  object'hereinafter  nyji.ied.  (2.) It shall -be lawful for the said ��������� Mayor' to cause any number of  ��������� debentures Lo be made, executed and issued for'such sums as may. bo  required, not exceeding, however, the sum of $20,000 in currency as may  be required, each of the said debentures being of the amount of $500.00,  and all such debentures shall be scaled with the seal of the Corporation  and signed by the Mayor thereof, an-d countersigned by the Clerk of thc  said   Corporation.  (3.) The said debentures shall bear date the 1st day of October, a.905,  and shall be payable in 20 years from tlie said date' at thc office of the  Corporation of the City or Ladysmith, Province of British Columbia,  and shall have attached to them con pons for the payment of interest and  the signatures to the said coupons may* be written, stamped, printed or  lithographed.   ���������'���������_'.  (4.) The said debentures shall bear interest at the rate of not exceeding 5 per cent-, per annum from tho date thereof which interest  shall be payable half-yearly, at the office of the Corporation of the said  City on the first days of January and July in each and every year during the currency of the said debentures as expressed in the debentures  or coupons.  (5.) There shall be raised and levied' in each year during the currency of t-he said debentures the sum of ,$1,000 for the paying of interest  and the sum of $800 for tho purposo of creating a sinking fund for thc  payment of the debt due under the said debentures, making in all the  sum  of $1,800.  (0.) For the purpose of paymen t, of the said sums in the next proceeding paragraph mentioned there shall be levied in each year a special  rate of-4i mills in the dollar on nil rateable land or improvements or  real property in thc municipality of the said Corporation of the. City  of Ladysmith during the continuance of the said debentures or any of  them.  Every clause  in  the  electric light  by-law has  been  amended  since   the  bill    was      first  introduced   by  Aid.  Nicholson,   and  it  is practically,       a  totally  different  by-law  that   finally  passed the committee stage  last evening, and  is today published  for the  first  time.      During a lengthy  meet-  i/ng  of    the council  last  night  little  else but eloctiic light  was discussed.  Each clause was gone into thoroughly,   and ultimately,  on  a motion by  the Mayor,   seconded   by  Aid.      Malone,   the  by-law   was   adopted     as  amended as a whole.  The by-law will be published in  The Ledger for ten days, and the  people will vote on it on Saturday.  Oct. 7th. Tho council decided to  hold the public-meeting, at-which  one or two of the leading electricians  of the province will be present. to  explain the leading features of -lee.  trie light, on Thursday, Oct. 5th.  The questions of engaging,a man to  superintend thc construction of the  plant should the people vote in favor of the bill, and to make arrangements for the procuring of coal for  the plant and also to find the -best  site availabe on which, the proposed  plant could he erected, were then  brought up by thc Mayor.  Aid. Beveridge could not see the-  advisability of going to this trouble  and expense until the- by-law was  passed by  the people.  Aid. Nicholson favored taking up  these questions at once. He said n<  expense  would  be  incurred,   and      i  the-  ii  getting  to work avoided.  Thc Mayor agreed with Aid. Nicholson,    and      pointed  out that thev  on a motion  by Aid.  Bevoridge,  see  the plant was to be run by steam  Aid.'    Beveridge    agreed  with Mr.  'ended   by Aid.  Blair,   lo ascertain   if  Blair.   The city  would  be unable to. Mr.  A.  C.  Kins-; could go o-ul  to the  operate a steam  plant  to  profit, and  ctcellS an,,  take'levels,  and  give an  he also would vote against steam,    i     ,. '   ,  The    Mayor    expressed  great sur- | 0stiniale     as to thc cost of t*'r'----'S  prise    to hear two of thc aldermen j McLeod     Creek, should Mr.  King be  opposing  the by-law  that  they had    anle   to     undertake   the   work     the  just    passed  in  council.      His  Wor-    clerk is to engage him.  MURDERED IN CAR  ON ENGLISH RAILWAY  Mutilated Body of a Girl is Found  in  Merstham Tunnel  near  London  Supposed to Have Been   Killed  While Train was in Motion  and Thrown   from Car  ship said  if the city was to go ahead  il. had got   to be properly lighted.  Aid.   Blair spiritedly  replitid       to  It is understood that if Mr. King  advises the council that this could  be accomplished at  a small  cost.,  an  lhe  city could   be  as-dark as  a dun-  yeon. rather than  be in debt,   for he  was certain   that the installation of  a steam-plant meant debt.  The    Mayor said   there was abso-;  lutt-ly no ground   whatever to think  this  that as far as he was concerned   expert will  be engaged   to see if thc  water  of     the two creeks  together  would be sufficient  to furnisli   (.he required  power.  It  was also decided,   on  a motion  by  Aid.     Bryden,  seconded, by    Aid.  Nicholson,  to instruct the city clerk  London,   Sept.   20.���������-The  Merstham  Tunnel,  of the London and  Southeast  crn  Railway,   whole the brutal murder of Frederick Cold  by Percy Le-  froy,  alias Mapleton,  occurred  June  27th,  1881, has-again been  the scene  of   a mysterious  tragedy,  the details  of which,  so far as ascertained, are  markedly similar to that of a quar-  ter of a century ago,   In the present  case  the   victim  is a young  woman,  Mary Mooney, whose body was   hor-  iibly  mutilated.    A long veil       was  tightly wedged in her moutli and the  police are confident she  was murdered in the compartment of a train on  which     she  was  travelling and her  body thrown from   the   car.  The fact that all the doors of the  train on its arrival at Rod Hill were  closed is considered to prove conclusively that it was not a case of suicide. Miss Mooney left her home  on Sunday, saying she would not be  gone long.  Ohe  by-law  passed  the-people, -  council'would find  a lot of delay'  a loss.     >.n Vancouver, Victoria and  New   Westminster   the  electric  light  was   furnished   by  steam  plants and  those plants   wcre not being operated at a loss.  -   Aid.  Blair��������� I-believe we could get  water power if we tried.  The     Mayor���������Aid.  Blair,  we have  had  one of the most capable men in  the country   to investigate the water proposition  and he says  if would  be an unsnfs investment for the city.  A private .company   which, a year   or  two     ago .made thorough  investigations  say  it  is impossible.   I cannot-  understand  why  it  is that Aldermen  Blair and     Beveridge, after passing  the   by-law,   are   now   offering   objections  to it.     Why is it?  Aid'. Beveridge said he-could not  see where the money to'operate a  steam plant, was coming from. There  was-fuel and five,men to be>paid. for.  At thc public meeting the Mayor  had been    reported  as saying       the  need      not engage    a man  to  act as    city  Wolllcl derive a rcVenue from the  construction  superintendent,., but they   strcet,     [-glits   ,,llt   hp>   the  speaker,  wanted  to know where the money to  could  ascertain the terms of  a capable  man,  and  if   thc by-law passed,  t-hey  could  engage  him   forthwith. In  reference to  the question  of fuel, and  site  for     the  proposed   plant,      thc  council  would  piofil considerably . by  having all  information  on   these subjects  when the time came for awarding the contract.    They could not afford   lo  waste   time. , If  the   people'  voted      for  the-by-law,   it would be  the  duty of  the council   to get "the.  plant   constructed   and   the city  supplied   with  light  without unnecessary���������  delay. -  Aid.     Blair said he was not at all  sere   thai  the   hy-iawwouid   pass  the  public.    ITe had heard  a lot   of   com-J    Other of* the aldermen, in a discus.  plaints. A number of people objected  to steam, and were of thc opinion  that the possibilities of obtaining,  water power had not been properly  looked up! Col. Tracey had said it  might be possible * to store water,  but the council had not gone into  this question'. For his part, he  would   vote  against  the   bv-law     if  that  a steam  plant would be run at j to write  to  a capable electrician and  ascertain his  terms  to supervise  the  construction   of  " tbe     pfarit.    n  the-  event,  always,  of  the  people voting  in     favor of the by-law; also      to  write to the Wellington ,Col'liery Co.  ,to find   out  what  arrangements  they  would" be willing to make for supply  ing   fuel      to   operate   the   proposed  plant and also to ascertain what sites  suitable for the same arc avail-;  able.  Aid.  Bryden,     chairman of       the  street committee, reportedHhal    he  had been unable to discover .'the owners of thc building standing on Gal-i-  crc sfcreet; above First ~A venue.   Nobody locally claimed   it,  but  he had  heard   that  it belonged   to  Mr.  Yar-  wood,   of Nanaimo.   The   people   living  in close proximity  to  the. building desired  it removed,- as,  standm-g  whe.re it     does,  it raised''the insurance rates on the adjoining property.  Aid.   Blair thought  it would  bc   n  good idea to  move the building     to  the Market Sqiiaro and  use it as    a  pound    shop.    Mr.   Blair had  a cold  last, evening,  ond everybody  present  thought  he said  "Pawn  Shop," and  a dca.il  silence  followed   his   remark.  After     a time one of thc aldermen  setting     at the further end of      Mutable was heard to murmcr "A pawn  shop, -Aid.-Blair;, what docs  the city  want with a pawn shop?" "'  Aid. Blair explained.. He meant to  convey the impression that it.would  be . a good idea to convert (he ex-  tinsmith shop into a place in which  stray; cattle anHtaglcss dogs could  be kept. The proposal was rejected  and the clerk instructed to communicate with Mr. .--Yarwood regarding  the building.  The     road  foreman's report    was  received   and   filed,, and  accounts   including school teachers' salaries    amounting to  $5*90.50  were  ordered''to  be  paid.  The Milk  Inspection  by-law     was  ordered to be committed  next week,  and  Aid.   Nicholson given  permission  to  introduce  his Public  Morals  Bv  A STEAMER SATUR^  DAYS FOR VANCUVER  nay for the strcet lights was coming from. He had not the slightest  idea.  His Worship answeced that the  streets had gat tb_be lighted and he  hardly V'.upposed. the people .would, expect -to have them lighted for nothing- :';.;:.' ������������������<*.'    '<_������������������'"  Aid. Bryden said it was useless t0  ���������cr���������nsider. water power. It was. out of  the question.  ,', Aid. Blair, .was positive that Col:.  Tracey said the water might be restored and he believed it could be,'  He-also', thought the McLeod Creek  question  would, bear-looking into.  As     will be- seen by the subjoined  letter to  the secretary of the Board  of Trade, the Joan will begin on  Saturday, ' tbe 30th, regular trips  from Ladysmith once a week to Vancouver. It is not yet given out just  how tin's will be done, but it is quite  likely it will be via Nanaimo both  ways.  This, iu connection with the proposed changes in the train service,  so that Wednesdays and ��������� Saturday  nights trains will connect with the  boat. at. Nanaimo, will improve the  existing service, but it will not be  what, is required���������direct communica-  t/i on.  it   i.s quite  likely the  service  will  be changed  so   that a steamer  leaves  here   on Mondays   and  Tuesdays.      It  could  mal-e  little .diffennee  to    tho  Company   and  would very   much im  prove the service, Leaving Ladysmith on Saturdaj s will give us but  three hours in Vancouver. To stay  over means, again, anight in Nanaimo on the return.  Robt. Allan, Esq.,  Sec., Ladysmith Board of Trade,  Dear Sir,���������T beg to acknowledge receipt of your favor of the 21st, and  to say that it ts our intention' to inaugurate the weekly service on Saturday next the 30th. inst.  Your suggestion  re train connecting on Wednesdays and  Saturdays  is  a good  one,   and lam taking   "   the'  matter up with the rail -branch     of *  the service.   I will  write you again  after we have gone into  the matter.  Yours  truly,  , L. w. troup;  General     Superintendent     B. C.  Coast Service.  Victoria, B. C.,, Sept. 23, 1905,.-  S'ion'l-hat ensued, expressed an. opinion that as so many citizens thought  that McLeod creek could be turned  into Bush Creek, and from the water of the two sufficient power to operate a plant obtained, it would be  well to send a man out to make investigations.  The  council   oventually  decided   up-   law,  which was read a first time.  REVOLUTION  IMMINENT  lleiingsfors , Finland, Sept. 25.���������  War against the authority of thc Czar  in an eu'ort to secure the independence of Finland, is 't.eiieved to bo im-  TO SETTLE  NANAIMO STRIKE  The next few .days are likely to develop some   lntm-sting events in the  ' history "of. the   present mine diflicuity,  I when the resuii   of. the efforts/of Mr.  minent.   It   is   asserted   that  300,000  McKenzie    King, the Deputy Minister  Finnish Turners,  officered by Swedes,' of Labor, win become known.   .  are ready for tho first can to arms.   I    Mr. King came to this city from Ot-  Supposed  charity  societies are said t-a.wa' for the     express  purpose,. says  to have     collected  the     war  fund of  the Nanaimo   Herald,  of endeavoring  i'00,0*00,000 rubies (-$51,000.0*0). "Avon cargoes of ammunition have bee-n  lauded and  distributed.   Guns for the  to arrange a settlement of the existing deadlock     between men and master,  under the provisions of the  Spn-  revoiutionists have been supplied and ' ciiiation Act.  carefully 6'onceiied. Nine hundred rep-' What fruits the Minister's visit will  resentativess of the Finnish people hear, remains to be seen, but Mr.  were to have met in Heisin'gfors ' I**'"g was in conference with the men  within.the last few days to proclaim' yesterday morning and during the at-,  the independence  of Finland;  but      a' tcrnoon     had an interview,  with the  a' tcrnoon  which  occurred   a fort-  WILL BLOW  UP CHATHAM  (7.) It shall be lawful for tjie said City to redeem all or any of  the said debentures at par at any t ime after the expiration of five  years from the date thereof upon giv ing    six    calendar      months'   notice,  ((Continued    on i Pago Four)  New York, Sept. 20.���������A despatch  from Alexandria, K<*ypl, to the herald, says that intense excitement pre  vails at Port Said consequent on the  decision to. blow up t.he steamship  Chatham, which sank in the Sue/.  Canal. That thc town will lie damaged to any extent is considered unlikely. Thc vessel is nearly twelve  miles distant. Batteries for the cIV-  ploS'ion arc already at Kartoum.,  which is fourteen m-ilcs distant from  the ship.  Among the preparations made   by  the authorities i.s for .1100 bags     of  sand   ready  for  repairs,   and  a large  staff of workmen have been engaged  j  as  the  fresh  water canal has boon di  verted 220 yards.   Canal  traffic ceases  on WodiH-s-day  evening.    The  eighty  tons  of dynamite  on  board     the  Chatham   will   be   thc  greatest  amount ever blown up at. one explosion.  Thirty tons were exploded in 1893,  on board a ship anchored at Santan-  der, killing six hundred people  injuring over   two  thousand.  Thursday's explosion will he fat-  bigger, but thc canal runs through  t.he open desert at the point in Iqiies-  tion and all necessary precautions  have been  taken.  TO.UNLTAD 2.000 TORS  OF CARDIFF  COAL.  FIRSMAN'S  BALL OCT. 18  .Seattle. Sept. 25.���������The bureau ot  equipment at Washington yesterday  wired Naval Paymaster Kyan to  award the contract for unloading 20,-  000 tons of c.ial at the Bremerton  wharf to M- F. McGowan, of Otem-  erlon. The successful bid was 38  cents per ton. Of the ten bidders  three of them gave a second price in  llie event that the coal was first, to  bc unloaded on lighters. The Washington Stevedore Sompany bid 38  cents for unloading lo the wharf and  50 cents if lighters are to be used.  Mr. McGowan*s bid was 3S cents  straight.  The last infornmation the navy pay  office had is    that the coal is coming  up the coast on  a fleet of vessels. It  and. was bought at Cardiff, Wales.  The     firemen's     masquerade .ball,  which,  it  has  been decided,  will   Ire  held on  the night of'Wednesday,  the  18Hi  inst.,  at   thc opera house,   will  be     well    attended.   There will  lie a  large, number of prizes  donated      by  the     business   houses   for  character  representation   and  the  general   feeling   is  that* the boys of   the fire  brigade     have  worked  well  when  occasion required,  and that  they should  be well  remembered  on their animal  occasion.    The  surplus- funds are for  the  purpose  of buying   things  necessary in their  line  for  tlie benefit  of  the company.   An announcement, juo-  grammc, .etc., for thc ball will     be  published  within  a few days, and tiie  community     will,     it is to be hoped.  give      the  entertainment   a generous  support.  ship   wreck,  night ago, 'disarranged the"p'ans ot  the leaders and prevented the meeting. A prominent Finnish .senator  said   today:  "That shipwreck has only delay-d  our independence The treaty of 1S00  which united Finland to Russia, did  not give .the latter suzerainty over  the. former, the two being in a union  similar to that then existing ���������between   Sweden  and   Norway.  '''The parties lo the union were free  to withdraw at will. If home rule  is not gran led to us and Russian encroachments arc not slopped we will  secede, The Karlstad conference between Sweden and Norway'have paved lhc wav for a Scandinavian unj  ion. Denmark a.ionc is unable to resist Prussian encroachments, nor can  we. resist (he encroachments of Russia, but the united Scandinavians,  supported by England and France,  could withstand the aggressions of  the Kaiser and the Czar."   o ���������  FELL TO  HIS DEATH.  Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 20.���������Alfred  Dohi'II died at St. Boi-iflce Hospital  this morning from injuries received  Saturday, lie was found Saturday  night unconscious, and never recov-  ed. lie is believed to be a clerk in  the employ of a lumber campany.amd  may have fallen from a' point. of  vantage while watching Saturday  night's fire.  management of the company, but so  far the results of neither conference  has been made public.  Thtit the men have called a special  meeting for tomorrow morning seems  to indicate that, something at least  has been, done in the matter, which  i.s to be hoped will prove the case and  that before long the strike will be a  thing of the past.  Interviewed last night by a Herald  rejsesentative in reference to the re-  suits of his-efforts, Mir. King staled  that it. was loo early as yet to give  anything out for publication, only  that he had had a conference with  the men in the morning, gjid with  Mir. Stockett in the afternoon and  thai the negotiations were still continuing, which he hoped would end in  a settlement. -ii  i  i I  NOT EVEN AN  ANNUAL      BATH  Spokane, Sept. 2-1.���������That her husband refused to take a bath was the  main allegation in a suit of divorce  commenced here today by Ida Eis-  trup against William Eistrup. Tho  couple were married in Spokane a  ye at* ago. and the wife states her  marital bliss was short lived because  of her liege lord s repulsive habits.  Mrs. Eistrup asserts that during  the entire time she lived with him,  Fjistrup refused to take a bath.  -V ���������ess?  MsaBBBM  THE DAILY LEDGfK  published   every day except Sunday.  BY       THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  Offices, Ladysmith and Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  SO cents  a month;    $5 per year    in  advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication. '  ���������  i  TUESDAY,   SEPT.   25,   1005.  PROFITABLE FELLOWSHIP  Among thc pleasures and ptofils ot  intelligent travel aro the companionships one forms. The well-polled trav-  - eiicr is never afraid to make new  fnends. He soon learns lo icad human nature suificicntiy to know whom  to 1rust, and one cannot travel, ev-  cn~to a very limited extent, without  meeting people well wotth knowing.  The little horse circle is delightful  and even helpful, but thc viewpoints  and opportunities of our fellow-citizens are so nearly identical that our  next door neighbors wc not apt to  .furnish as profitable friendships as  persons we meet whose environments  are dilfercnt and who have perhaps,  had a wider range of opportunities  and seen-more of the things worth  while, winch are the heritage of thc  traveler. When the man who is familiar with the East meets the man  who lias learned 1he. great story of  the West, the'conversation is pretty  apt to be' worth listening to.��������� Four-  Tr.ick News.  ������g3fffffgffff������������������(  Needs  What you get for your money is just as important as the amount you pay. A low  price without the quality does not constitute  a bargain.  RUGBY  PROSPECTS  IN VANCOUVER.  Vancouver, Sept. 2d���������Thc Rugby  Club made a move in the right direction at the annual meeting on  Thursday night, when it decided to  organize a Senior League ui Vancouver tins season. Such a league will  do more lo develop new material  than anyiInng else; there will be  plenty of room for every player in  the city, and it will do a whole lot  of good in keeping up thc intciest in  the good old game of RugS'ty in this  City.  The idea is to have thro** clubs entered in thc series, and when a team  is" selected lo represent Vancouver m  a Provincial championship match thc  best men will he choson from among  the three teams. Every player will  have a chance to get. into Senior  company, and it only remains fo*-  him to show good form in the City  matches There -.vin Lc no lack of  material this scasoni and thc Champions should be represented by-one or  the strongest fifteens that has ever  been gathered together in this City.  UMBRELLAS  A large quantity of  Ladies' Umbrellas. 'It is  by purchasing such a  large quantity that we  can afford to s-jll lhem  at this pi ice. No doubt  f purchased elsewhere  would cost "y u about  $2.75. Our special,  $2.00 KJach  -A   line    cf    L aaies'  Shower proof Coats in  gray and other colors,  Special, $6.50  Another line in a navy blue with stripe,  nicely trimmed, with  full sleeves,  Spec'al $7.25  A Lidies' Tailor Made  shower proof coat with  belt and buck'.es on  brick and box plait, col-  larless, medium weight.  special. $9 75  Kf f P YOUK FEET DRY  you w:n, save that doctor  medici; :���������; BY IT.  BILL AND COUGH  WE HAVE JUST OPENED UP  =s3e:  KATX<;S jfz.oo I-KR WAY  ROOMS  BAR t.Ul'l-T.IliD WITH BUS;  WINKS, UQUOKS. CIGAK?*  Best accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and flshing in near���������vicinity.  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables,and good  Rooms  PORTLKND HOTEL-  johfm GOGO.PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra  well  Stocked  1S00  PAIRS  OF  RUBBERS,   and aqiiantity of Mens',  Ladies,  and CHILDRENS'     GUM BOOTS. Buying    from     a stock  that is STRICTLY NEW and CLEAN will make all the difference in the woild, as regards WEAR and APPEARANCE  of  Rubber   Goods.  KIN6 O'TH ROAD '  is an English-made Boot for    Winter wear.    Ask t0 see it.  ebcer,  Limited  mmm  Ladsymith  O. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  B.  C  A  TRIBUTE   TO  THE  CANINE  In a suit for damages claimed for  the killing of *a dog, the late-Scnator  Ves't. delivered many year's" ago a.  striking address on-..behalf of the  plaintiff" before a Missouri jury.  "Gentlemen  of the     jury:-���������The best  friend,    a  man      may have may   turn  against     him 'arid become his enemy.  His son or'daughter that he hasis.-un  grateful.   Those who are nearest and  dearest     to us, those whom wc trust  with our    good name     and with  our  happiness    may become     traitors to  their faith.   The .   memory that   man  has,he may',   lose; it flies away from  him, p.-ihaps,  when he needs it most.  A man's reputation may be sacrificed  in a   moment of    ill-considered action.  The people who     arc prone 4*0 -an on  their knees to  do us  honor when success is with     us, may be the first  to  throw     the stone of malice when failure settles its cloud upon our head.  The  one  absolutely   unselfish   friend  ��������� that   man     lias in Ibis selfish'world,  that never deserts him,* the one  that  never proves      ungrateful   or treacherous, is    his dog:   A  man's dog stands  hy him      in prosperity,  in health  and  in sickness.   He will sleep on lhc cold  ground      where     winter  winds   blow  and  t.he   win-d   drives   fiercely,   if  only  he may    bc     near his   master's side..  ITe   win kiss     the-   hand  that has  no  food to ofiei-: he will  lick thc wounds  and sores    that      come   in  encounter  with  l.he roughness  of the, world. He  guards the sleep of his pauper mrsl.er  as if he   were  a  prince.   When  all   nth  .  or      friends    depart   he   will   remain.  When riclus     lake w-ngs and reputation fai's to  pieces he is as constanl  in his love as th." sun in its journeys  tlirnugh tlie heavens.   .,.  "If fortune drives  the master forth  an outcast in the world, frjendirss and  homeless,    the      faithful dog asks  no  bigger  privilege than   that   of accompany in,<j! him t.-  guard against, dan-re r  to   fight     against, his, enemies.    And  when thc last scene or an  comes  and  'death      takes the, master    in his  embrace and he is  laid  away in the cold  ground. :io matter if an other friends  pursue their way, there by the prnvr-  ri'iI.-    wm the noble tin2 he ,'oud. his  head between     his paws.' his eyes sad  hut. open  and ���������aie.vt,  faithful and true  even in death.i' . ;  HARTLEY   GISBORNE  Member  Can.   Society  of   Civil Engineers  Member Institution'of -Electrical Engiiieers.J.England'  Member   International  Electrical  Congress   at St. I,ouis, 1904  ���������ElectricalEngineer  r. 0. box 357,  L    I  !  |.  |'-! 1J   j  I   LADYSMITH, B. "C,  TH6 CITY MHRK6 T  R. Williamson Prop       ^  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  WM. MUNSII3, President - J. W.   COBURN, Man.  Director  Telephone^.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd,  MILLS   AT   FIDMCK   AND  LADY SMITH-Shlnglcs  * Specialty.  ���������.Man-ifaoturere     of���������  Rou^h and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring     and   Finishing    Limber  la    Stock  The New Western Hotel  ��������� ..vj  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board.  Our Bar is newly fiUclup and well supplied and is in charge or  JOS. PELLIQRINELLI  This  Hotel  has   been completely  renovated.  Board and lodging $1.00 per day.  JOHN THA, Proprietor  :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Bar  Supplied  with  the Rest   Wines, 1st Avenue  Liquors and Cigars.  Canadian  Railway  -*?"'?���������'  ��������������������������������������������� ,������������������������������������*��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������:  ATLANTIC STEAMTHIPTICKETS  .Tickets on Sale To and From all European Poirr-^  AT LOWEST RATES  ALL LINES   REPRESENTED.  For Sailing Dates, Rates and full information,  Govt. Street,  Victoria B.C.  -*GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist. Freight &, Pass..Agt  Low Round Trip Rates  -VIA-  'RESTAURANT..'  i Cor. 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good jneai at any hour  Meals 35c. and Upward  St. Paul, Duluth, Sioux City,  0maha; Kansas City $60.00  St. Lous $67.50 Chicago 71.50  .  Da.tes of sale, .Sept, iCth. and 17th  Final return limit 90 days     Irom  date of sale.  For full  particulars  call on' or address  S. G. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor.  Government      and   Yates  St?.,  Victoria, B. C-  3  Transcontisient*.!  Trains Daily  3  Best accommodation for transient  ind permanent hoarders and dodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  a dy furnished and the. bar is up-to-  d-tc. Rates $1.00 a day and up-  ���������-v .ids. ���������    ������  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  Erpla-aa**!* ���������*������������������ ������������������'���������   ~- >**- LAdysTiiitk  THE JONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Tabic, Good Bed and Good Bar  " (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  ii  V  GALHTOMAN  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������I! item ij-1.25 a nd$1.50���������  Free bus to all steamboat landinge and  railway depots.    Electric care every fivt  minutes  to all parts of   the city.   Bar  and tnblo.unexcclli-d.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER  B, C.  Under New Alanagment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B.C.  McKinnell & Woobank  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First Class.  Commercial Mens' headquarters.  Fire Proof    Building.  :o>  R. P. RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA,  :���������: :���������:   -: -���������: ':  -B.C.  HQTEL--LELAND.  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Uranville. and Hastings  streets-  Telephone, 1���������4.  ifc'-fe^'-fe*'-"^*'-^*  r4-^.*^-r#;;%**^*.'������^-c<-^.**^  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Worksat  LADYSMITH, B.C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager,  W, J. WATSON,  Smelter Manager.  i-.-<i-*K^-*rtf&iV'-^������^  Geo. Robe  Prop,  DSD   IT EVER STRIKE YOU?  That thc place to BUY YOUR MEAT  is  where  the slaughtering  done locally?    We  arc  not depending  on    what  the Wholesalers send us  and     can    GUARANTEE   EVERY-THING to be FRESH AND CLE A  FLASKET?  STFVENS BLOCK,  GATV.CR*-*   Si^E,  LADYS *1������T  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  IB. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD/Asst. Gen'l Ma/iagar  G.W.P.A.,  Seattle, Wash,  71 -Government st  Victoria, B.C.  HENRV^S NURSfRIES  NEW CROP��������� - ^  Home Grown &  Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     and FLOWER  SEEDS, '  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .IIODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  .  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.     Catalogue free.  3010 Westminster Road,  Vancouver.  One of which (s the famous  "North  , Coast Limited," .  Up-to-date Pullman and Tourist  sleepers on all trains. Cheap round  trip tickets, good for three months^  to Eastern and Southern points, on  sale Sept.  10  and   17. .  Excursion rates now n effect  to Portland Fair.   Round  trip  Tate, $9.65.   Only direct line  toYe I lows toner Park.  Steamship tickets on sale to all  European points. Cabin accommodation reserved by wire.  reserved by wire.  For     further    particulars    call or  write the office.        Phone' Main 456.  \ ��������� VICTORIA,- B. -.0.  A. D* CARLTON, ' C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A,   N.P.,        General Agent-  Portland, Ore. Victoria, BIO  .   Are Yoti  Going; East  /  tadptk Boat Mk\  Cstdbitshment  Launch and" Pleasure Boats of All  descriptions for Hire. - Boats built  to order and Repaired. Spoon oars a  Speciality. ".*-.'���������  IIARRUP AND HAYEDN.  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-individuallyj .;..._  MISS  BERTRAM,  Ladysmith, B. V.  Then he sure your tickets read  tbe  viae  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARIORS  HIGH STREET,  :������������������.������������������: Beat in the City :���������:���������j  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  $5 and under      3 cents  'Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  ������������    $10        " " $30   10 cents  ������<    ������30        " " $50   15 cents  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED AND FRESH,  Coafectionary of all kinds.  Orderg"*1aii:en for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency  BANK MONEY ORDERS  4lC0BAN CIGAR FACTOR  These Orders are Payable at Par at any ofT.ce in C  nuda of a Chartered Bar*  -.o.  (Yukon excepted), and at tbe principal banking point,   n the United States.    .  ^qj^^^q^ Qf the FaiTlOUS  NEOOTIARLK AT A   FIXED RATI! A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC-', LONDON, ENG.  Thev form an excellent method of remittin   small sums of moncj,  3    ��������� .   vvitli^ safety and at small  ;ost.  r-ADYPKITH BRANCH      '   *���������* ' W,  A. CORNWALL. Manager.  CUBAN BLOSSOn  None bu   Union 1,-abor    Employed  ���������fi J. BOOTH, Prop  The  only  line, now  making    UNION  DEPOT    connections at ST.  PAUL  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with       the  through    trains    from    thc    Pacific  Coast.  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST TRAINS,  THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST  TIME.  .        BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS, "ST.. PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PAJJICER'-''  General   ^gent,  ,730 2nd Ave., Seattle.  Dealers in  Pianos and  ���������gans  L adyfn.ith, B.C  Dr. Dicr Can he foiiK.'  at anytime  at his ofilce on High k!.-. at.. I lis dental work is guarantee ' lo he first-  class and rates reason     le st.  SSEStiS'gES  zsms^sg^sm  SL^  msasss^s^ssss^^ssssmsms^AimK  k *..���������'��������������������������� .y. '  .'.,   if  DAILY tBDGER  MHiM*l  , "f *������H*^*2*4-*:*4>-f*H*^������I-������-I- ���������+<W'*^H'*^h*^'l^^te������-H^*' ''  Unloh  Brewing Co-  NANAIMO  IB. C.  Hanufacturers of the  B&&am*&!ti****a<*i***>"  ibfb-  o*o#oi  Of  ���������r  t In [British Columbia *  f    Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed  Brewed    f  ft  from the   Best Canadian Malt Run  Hops      j  fH--*M*''H-,*H'*^<H*'**H*^ 4  F^eill    Furnishings  FOR MANY MONTHS OUR'BUYERS  HAVE  BEEN   SEARCHING THE MARKETS  OF  CANADA, UNITED STATES, ENGLAND,  ^        AND THE CONTINENT  for Staples and Novelties,and   the NEW GOODS are now arriving  ready for  the Fall  trade.     T his means GREATER CHOICE AND  ,  BETTER VALUR THAN EVER  IN  m  FURNITURE  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  DRAPERIES  LINEN  CUT GLASS  CROCKERY  6US&WARE  CUTLERY  'SILVERWARE  GO-CARTS  PICTURES  KiICHENWARE  -WE 1 NROBE'S STORE NEWS-  PREPARATION  BARGAIN WEEK  We. are out of several lines that were advertised in the last issues  therefore we are making preparations for different lines  in this weeks' Bargains  FLANNELETTE  300 YARDS CANADIAN FLANNELETTE,   NEWEST   STRIPES      AND  COLORINGS.      FAST DYB,  GOOD,   FIRM   CLOTH,   LIGHT       OK  DARK,   33   INCHES   WIDE THINK   OF     IT!        EQUAL    TO    A  CLOTH Cl INCHES WIDE, 15 cents.  ' Special Bargain, per yard, ioc.  MO. YARDS   FLANNELETTE,  SPL ENDiD PATTERNS, REGULAR 12*  FOR      7A   cents. ,."  Fhe   lofbinp 8|>ecail5  '"OUK   PRICES will compare    FAVORABLY    with     any store in  the West���������in many cases they   are LOWER than that charged for  inferior goods elsewhere. .       ,. r  Send for 230 page Illustrated    Catalogue.'  WRAPPERETT  ,250  YAI'DS   IN  DIFFERENT SHADES .     AND '        PAT  TERNS   FOR  MORNING   JACK ETS,   WRAPPERS,   WAISTS,  ETC.  REGULAR 35 for  17-.V cents. -  150   YARDS    SWANSDOWN,   REGULAR,  30 CENTS,  for 21 CENTS.yd  VICTORlA,B.C  Da#lS.\,S&3X  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short   notice.    Drill Sharpened  by  n-  ways gives satisfaction.  Picks handled and repaired.  Ships mi thing    in glV     it&r Branhes  Horseshoers*and Genera! Blacksmiths.  R. LAWSON  Braller Street   -    -    ~    -    Ladysmith, B C  PRETTY WAISTS  NUNS' VEILING WAISTS���������in Cardinal,   Blue  and   Crea'm,   NOT  extra-  "vagently priced, as you'll  agree when you've    seen     the BEAUTIES WE  ARE  SELLING  AT  X $I.5<>  CHINA SILK WAISTS in Sky Blue   and Ivory,   unlined,   made  with' insertion and   tucks.   REGULAR, $4.00      * FOR  $2.75.  THE NEW SILKS  NEW   CHINA   AND  TAFFETA SILKS  For Childrciis' Dresses, Ladies  Waists ctc.,v  TAFFETA   SILK���������27 inches wide, REGULAR 50 cents,  for 35 cents.  CHINA SILK���������22 inches  wide,  REGULAR 36 cents  for  20  CENTS yd.  CORSETS \  THE BEST to wear, now,  r>flc, 75c.   $1.00 and   $1.25, A  PAIR.  SUITS FOR MEN  Suits to he sold at BIG Reduction as we hav������ only hroken sizes.  Early customers will 02 repaid twice over for their trouble in shopping  here. - '    BOYS' SUITS, less than $1.00 a garment,  Surely   no  need for Mother  to -.make them  when SO LITTLE MONISM   will  save her  time and  preserve   her   eyesight.  BOYS'   SAILOR   SUITS,   REGULAR,  52.60,- for $1.50.  BOYS   SAILOR  SUITS,   LONG   PANTS,  REGULAR,  $5.00 for $2.75.  o  RUBBERS FOR ALL  MEN,'WOMEN AND CHILDREN at BIG  REDUCTION.  OIL CLOTHING-   for Hunting-  and Fishing at   the same REDUCTION all the other  goods are going at.  o  10!  WOMENS' JERSEY RIBBED| VESTS  WOMEN'S JERSEY RIBBED VESTS���������Especially     adapted for winter  'wear,  with light, soft Silk Fleece inside,  button fronts and long sleeves.  REGULAR, $1.00, SPECIAL 75c.  WOMEN'S HALF-WOOL RIBBED V-ESTS���������With light; soft fleece inside  button fronts and long sleeves���������REGULAR 80 CENTS FOR liO CENTS.  LADIES   NATURAL  WOOL   VESTS   AND  DRAWERS   sill sizes.     REGULAIt PRICE,  $1.25 SELLING   PRICE,   $1.00.  LADIES'   HYGIENIC      VESTS   Half  Wool, REGULAR,  75   CENTS  FOR .45  CENTS. *  CHILDRENS'  VESTSj^in  ribbed an d   Hygienic,  REGULAR.  35c.,  45c,  and  50c.   NOW  25c,   35c,   and   40c. a-"  THE   WELL-KNOWN       " 7^  KNIT-TO-FIT SWEATERS  Just arrived.      In  all   colors.   They are well advertised here already  without  further, mention,  as  they  have  been  worn here  since  we  took  the agmcy a number of years ago, and have given    good satisfact on to  everyone   who  has  worn them.  JWe shouldn't, sell them under agreement price,  which is $3.50,  but as  long as the sale vftl be on, they ,w"ill  be sold     $2.05  HENS' UNDERWEAR, Fleece Lined  MENS'   NATURAL WOOL and heavy  ribbed     Scotish     Wool  UNDERWEAR  to   be sold  at a BIG REDUCTION'.  ^^i-^^t^4^^4^^^^^^i-^44^^4-444^^4^^444^44 4^4^'  x  L<k C /SMITH TRANSFER CO. ..A  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY AND  SAFELY.      _______  Stables in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.     Leave orders at   thc  '' Abbots ford. ; 4  GREY [FLANNEL  Fine Canadian All-Wool, Grey FLANNEL, light,  Medium or dark shades  sold at  221.- cents per yard. Was 30c.  500 PAIR OF PANTS  Just arrived a few days -ago,  w0 rth up to $2.75, to be sold at  $1.25 a Pair  HENS' CASHMERE SOX  WILLI A MS AND MA^AZT  1  -M-M-M-M-+*H-*4-f*������-f-f 4 +4-M-f-f ���������>��������������������������������� ������������������������������������������>������������������ ������������������+>������������������++>-H~H-++f ���������*-* J  ./i*M*������**-*������.*������&������$^  I      LIVERY, BOARDING AND |  *          *;'SALE5 STABLES f  ��������� -.--'.-           EXPRESS  WORK  A  SPECIALTY. ��������� J  I     DAVID JOHNSON I  ��������� ���������    . ������  LADIES' RAINCOATS  -RI G   REDUCTION   Our. FURS     arc very   STYLTSI-T,  FURS  FOR   THE   COMING   WINTER   six     lengths in  frontt.   Come in and see   our   furs���������Now   is   the  best time  to      buy���������."before  cold   weather  com mences.      REGULAR  $4.50  for $3.00  SEPTEMBER BLANKET SALE  CAN'T BEAT OUR-PRICE.  Fine, Unshrinkable,  white  wool  Blankets., Si'/c 00xS5. - Regular, $5-09  for $3.75  Seamless, guaranteed fast color. Regular, 35 c.  TO BE SOLD   AT 20c  A  PATH. , "  mens; heavy working sox���������  All-wool.    Regular,   2:3c.  a  pair,   to he SOLD   AT 20  CENTS  A Pair  BOYS' SCHOOL BOOTS  BOYS  HOOTS  on sale this week.���������GOOD,   Sensible Old  Country   made  Boots,  that will  gne lasting  wear   and     satisfaction.       Sizes   S   to 13.  REGULAR $1.50, FOR $1.25.  BOYS' WORKING BOOTS    /  BOYS'    OLD-COUNTRY MADE BOOTS,    with      nails   ami   heel   plates;  si/.es  from  1 (o  5.  Will  give lasting wear and  satisfaction.  REGULAR, .|2.25, FOR      $1.50.  Til 10  HOYS'   BOOTS   Are made of HEAVY  CALF LEATHER.   The solrs are EXTRA HEAVY,  with neat extension. Sixes  1  t,05.      Regular,   $2.00  per pair.  SPECIAL,   $1.50.  ������PHONE 66  LADYSMITH l  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood ancl Bark for Sale  BUGGIES FOrt HIRE ':���������:  :���������: See J. KEMP, or leave orders 'will.  BLAIR &  ADAM  fIRST AVENUE  V  'PHONE 2-4.  W.  SILER  GEKEEAL EXPEESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY   D'     ���������  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  nn       fffe a9% ��������� Km sm <** ������cwh ss ������  ���������Lfi ��������� H P B Bft-CT g a ITb SHb $*h  EfmH IfeMf *<*ati  H N9w*c B_d v^*^ Al B ���������-3JV  SI. n,   SIIHrOUff  Solicitor,  Etc.  st Avenue        ���������-     -      IADYSM  01x82,   Regular,   $5.75,   for    .,...;.   CtixSfi,   regular,   $7.00,   for    I ,   SILVER    GREY   BLANKETS  FROM  $2.00 up  to  $5.00.  BLANKET SHEETS,  White and Grey,   Regular,  $1.25,  for ....  $5.00  WALKING SKIRTS  DARK   MIXED   TWEEDS,   Good   range of-Sizes,  also goes AT REDUCTION.  INFANTS SHOES-   INFANTS'   SHOES,   SOFT   SOLES  ���������All colors and sizes  from  1 to 5.    '  REGULAR,   50c,   FOR     25  CENTS.  THE WOMENS' SPECIAL  FINE  DONGOLA  BOOTS���������With    extention  Edge,   and neat Cuban-heels.  All sizes.  SELLING   PRICE,  2.25,    SPECIAL,   $1.50.  WOMENS'   and   CHILDRENS*   Fall and.-  Winter      COATS Loose   Box  Backs    and   Tight-fitting,   black   and     Fawn  to   be   s.dd   REGARDLESS  OF   COST.  Ol  ������������������������������������* \\f:    .,   ^'f ���������   -I- .M-* --' \tf  i Nw COUPONS  " given  "     with  sacrifice    s  prices.  H  /K      si\     '(\      .������������������*.      /K      ^      /lv  H  *������������������:  Space won't permit us to mention all the Bargains we are offering  CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF  A  *!-- '  *  N) COUPONS   *f:  given  with sacrifice    7*  prices.  :/:  i(e^(-^--Mf-^r^!t-^  o  WM(  High &t.9  J  Ladi|^m������th ���������K      "A    V  ME   DAILY   LBBGEB.  ���������dev^  !���������������������������'-��������� I*  .11.11  L6d H  STOLEN.  NOTICE���������Any information leading  to thc rcco\ery of a Rambler bicycle  coaster biakc,, stolen from a residence on First Avenue on Saturday  morning will be rewarded at tho  ollice 0/ The Ledger.  Best tobacco, fiuit and ca������dies at  Carter's, First Avennt.  Notice    thc changes in  Weinrobc's  advertisement today.  Mrs.   W.    J.     Watson  returned   to  Ladysmith at noon  today.  Mr.  R.  Thompson,  or Victoiia,  is  in  this city, the guest of his brother and  sistei-in-law,  Mr.   and   Mrs.  Walter Thompson.  MARINE.  S S. Tees is expected here this afternoon.  ���������  ���������   ���������  S.S.   'Mania arrived  m  port   last  e\cning   and   i.s  now   loading   a   full  cargo of coal 101   Frisco  ���������   ���������   ���������  A  new  and   more    systematic   system  of patioiiuig  Pugct   Sound   wat-  eis with vessels 01 the revenue cutici  stivicc    has  been     su hunt tod  to  the  liLMSiuy  dcpailment   by  Capttun    F.  M   Munger,   who is  m charge of  the  scivice 011   lhc Sound,  says  a Washington  despatch to  the Seattle Post  Intelligence*..  Thc details oi the plans ha*������e not  been announced by the department,  andfor leasons of discretion piobably  that Captain Mun-ijw'.s n ecciumeiwla-  tions will be substantially adopted.  The purpose oi the new system is  to put a stop te smuggling as fai as  possible, but also to peifoic in a  mest eliicient. manner the other duties with which the menuc service on  _*"*k. r-r**-*^. <s*  ootenay Steel Range  [  SAVES  FUEL  It is not the first cost of a range which makes it cheap  or expensive, but tlie amount of fuel it afterwards consumes.  If you buy a range a  few dollars cheaper than a  Kootenay, and - it bums  from 15 to 25 per cent.  more fuel, what do you  gain ? Nothing ; but you  actually lose money, besides  putting up with all the  inconveniences of an old-  style range.  The Kootenay is equipped with every known device  for reducing the consumption of fuel.  r&Z  ��������� *VijJ^s=--e������T^������i| k-Js-^-**-***���������  ���������iH'JiS ������.'*-*-..>5 *sjn-"gr-g-j  -~e?i  3������gg---feffi-p^^ AKR1E     NO. 6*6, F.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.  London,  ������  owy **^������*i    h *���������  s  IPli      W^-ltf-M     **  Toronto,   i-.ontrcel,   Win:.T'w������,  ������L John, N ii.  WRITE FOR BOOKLET  ���������3>  Vancouver.  rdware  the Sound is chaiged.  THE  GOVERN [-'RSI IIP  OF BRITISH COLl.iMP.lA.  The following is a poition of a ie-  poitr of an ui Lei. view which a Vian-  cou\ci PiOMiice lepoiter had with  J Ion. Senator Temiilciuan- "Is there  anything dclinale about thc reported  appointment 01 ^lr George Riley, 31.  P., 01 Victona, to the position of  HenLenanl.goveinor to succeed Su-.  TIcnii Joi\7" Senator Tcmpicman  was asked "No, nor is there anything settled -.ct about Mr. Riley's  appointment I see it is lyemg taken  for granted that Mr Riley is the only man iiKciy fo get the po.sil.ion, but.  I can assuie ynu that as far as I  know that is all newspaper talk  There aie half a do'/en other well  known west em men who have been  mentioned m connection with thc  position, and who are mst, as pinh-  nbie to receive lhe appoirtmenf as  Mr   Riiev "  THE CITY BAKERY  THE  BEST,   A\'D  NOTIIiiNG   BUT     THE  BEST  X BREAD ��������� CAKES '��������� COOKIES ��������� and ���������|PIES  A GOOD a"soilment of FRESH CONFECTIONERY  ������-**,  1 5T AVE.  A. LUCAS  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done  S. ROEDDSNG  Orders Promptly   Executec  r77-   LADYSMITH  MUNICIPAL      BY-LAW.  -      (Contmucd  horn  Page  One.) n)licat,o���������  ���������.-.Inch notice shall  he deemed  lobe   sull.c.ent     given        Y     *r -^  thereof four timcs'in the  British Columbia  J'*">���������    *"      t sl)Ccifically,  holder,   of the  .lebcn (,������,������*   mentioned    in     such  not cc be n   J ^  named,  and atlc,   the expiration  or   the  said   pc,ind  0    si.  mteust  on   the said  dencntmes,   the   numbers   oi- which   shall  published  as  afoicRaid,   shall  ewse 10ccive _ the  This  By-law hcfoic  lhc   final  passing  wcn.01  cilv   0r  Ladysmilh  in  the manner ptoMd*  Iheieto.  (8-)  ass-en I   of  the Electors  0  thc  ed   ,n  the  Municipal   Clauses  Act   and^an^JJft ^ ^ ^^  ,,,,.,  (SI.)  l'O.l.  BASEBALL ���������  Thc tune lor the playing for thc  scuts j'oi lhe bascba'i championship  of thc woiid, between the pennani  wm 11 eis an., thc National and Ahicl  lean .leagues, is coming ciosei c*.ciyi'  flay thai passes, and thc public is 1  daily showing innie interest in the  great e\ent winch ir: expected in  evciy way lo cciijj.se an spoil ma:  events of thc past  Fiom l-liiind"iphin conies thc sloiy  that if thc Athletics wm out m that  oTganr/ation, as they seem eeitam at  tins time to do, 'Ruber Waddcil. the  eccfiitiic -.ct undoubted strr, will  pitch mor_> than h.iif of the games  figaiii.st his "National league mais  It, is     said   tht-t  while  Conme Mack  This By-law shall  take  t     ���������,i���������,i   r, r     all      purposes   as  This By-law may he cited [1,1     an      1     .  "The Electric  1905.  I.ie-hi  By-uw.  ' Read  first  time   Ulli  Septeinhcr, l )(',>.  Read  second   time  1 111. day of  ������������'Plw������^r'  Read   third   time 25th  day  oi  SePtcmbci,   W0-*.  NOTICE. thc        poscl*  TAKE   NOTICE   that   the   above    .*  at        cc  y  1     ^r    Um   Municipality   will   ut  ���������-"-���������"  i,v-l.iW upon  --.Inch   the vole  ot      ho   -M -       ��������� g a m   t0 4  p  C-tv  Hall  on  the  7th   day  of Oclol.cr,  A.M..  m.  JOHN W. COBURN,  \ Mayor,  j. STEWART.  Clerk.  J    Stewart  will  be  reluming   ofiinei  fe tnciv.   McC.iaw is ceitain  that  Ins  Xew York comes the strrj  the   base-.  i\, is     RAui   inpx  winie  -v-nnnie  Mac;- .    ���������  ,lin v->i,.m'ii  ,            ,                    ,                            ��������� team  will wm   out   m  the  isa'H-na.i  does   not      nndei-eslmiatc   the  woith ,    '.       <  and   ahii.1v   nf   the  other  p.lcheis. he and s-*c>. s equally conkl.nl  01   wm-  piaces AVarfdfli m  a class   by himself  and      places   implicit,     conPdcnce   in  him  Fi nm  -Ihat  does  the  fellows   recent ri city  to  offset  his \ ta'-|ng.    part  ahiii'tv.  *        * *   - ^ ���������- -  ���������   1      _���������v  ^.������������������    rid a qaii .  laik   will  so rattle  (he  "only Ruben   hi'tlon..  Thev are said    to be  worth S  that he will  net  he nMc  to work  cr- nvi'e lha.11 $i50 apiece.  S-'Cli s  nirg  thc  gicatcvst  pn'/e   m  ban wond \m  Thc National  Commission   has1 al- Je-  icady  giver,   ouk-is   for   the  cmfricins ,g  Mimsv"     ���������McGiaw   declares  he1 thai     aie to  be     given   the  piajeisj|  not   rem  Wnddon   rch.na: unnn, I hev aie to be gold Union*,. stu.!de-l ]|  in  the   world's   scries  McGraw fr-eis confident thai j wilh diamonds, and to have two hats  his own vitriolic tongue and imnudent 2*"1 a (iaii raised on the l>ody or the  IVm  Store Lately Occupied by John  Thompson, complete with counter  and. fixtures.  Rent $15 per month, App.y to  russell'simpson  ���������������������������<��������� /}.&gg������X32^'B:ZGI������3g*ZB������2!^'*imaKMmvm'm ���������*������>**������*������������������������*>���������*?**^*������JF**  Have you tried  NABOB TEA?  Best 50c. Ceylon Tea in the  Market  A delicious food  drink for break=  I fast, making a  nice,        healthy  I drink in place ofj  i tea or coffee.  'PHONE   2-4  PH������NE  24.  Morrison's, LadysmitM, B. C  WILLIAMS   BLOCK.   ..-.-. TELEPHONE  8-7  The Tourist or Belt  Overcoat is _a very  smart affair���������Good  dresses will want this  ong, swell; swagger,  overcoat.  We have provided for  these wants and have  secured the most elegant long overcoat  thatcould be produce %  Four  different colors  with or without  belt;  from $8.50 to $16  M^"^*t*"*1*''*'******^"1*^^^^^^^���������  Walters &  Akenhead  O. E.     :���������:        ���������������������������'���������        :-:        ������������������J  Meets in the Opera Houae 1st and  jjrd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. , Worthy  President   B   Forcimmer;     Worthy  Secretary, C- IL Rummings. r  Use Porter's Antiseptic Healing  Oil, freely guaranteed, for sale only  at tho Drug Store. ��������� 1  HAY. GRAIN AND  f ARM "RODUti  Orders will be delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the low  est-possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie'!, o������ th*  Eiplanadt.  JAS, SAB1T0GK*  OREFQRTYEE  SMELTER  Thc While TToise Star of Sept. 16,  says- W. AI. Hi ewer, thc mining expert who icpicsenls the Tyco Coppei  Company in thc noi th,_arrived here  ycvtoidny evrmnp, and will remain  hole sfnmj days. He is accompanied  by T. S. Matins, a mining engineer'  lu.m Ketchikan, Alaska. Accompanied hy W.'p. Grainier, the experts  .isilod thc Copper King propeif-y today.  Mr. Hrewer is one of the best  Known mining men in the north. He  was formerly located hcic for some  time as editor of thc Star. Lately  he has been located at Ketchikan. In  an interview, wilh the Daily Alaskan  two days ago regard,ng the Kctchi-  Ican country,  Mr. Ihewe-i  said:  "The Omai   Copper Company,     at  Sluv. lAnn    will commence  shipping  oie     to   the Tyec Copper  Company  about.  October  1,  and  cvpect   to ship  up to (),f-on tons a month   The tramways  to      the  mine arc  practically  completed  and  sovcial   thousand tons  01  ore aie on   the dump.  "Valparaiso  mine,  on  Dolomi,     is  shipping     high     grade, gold-hearing  quail/, to 1he Tyec Copper  Company  "The fc-'ira.vina  Island   mine,  owned  by Mayor  Oeoroe  Irving,  Olio Miller and Harry I'riec, is shipping concentrates  and soiled  ore lo Tyec. A  five-stamp mill is Winning on v(hc pro  peily.  "Mr. Brewer says'the Nohlaclc and  other properties arc shipping ore  legularly. 'lhc Hrown Alaska company, which owns thc smelter at.  I led ley, and allied companies. are  piepaiod lo take ore. Thc smcllcr  ���������vill he  stalled soon."  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre lor soft, coal and  J>20 for anthracite. Not more than  320 acres can bc acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds shall be collected on the  gross output.  Quartz���������A free miner's certificate is  granted upon payment in advance ol  ������7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per .annum foi  a company, according to.capital.  A free miner, having discovered  mincral���������in place, may locate a claim  1,500 x 1,500 feet. The fee for recording a claim is  $5.00 t  At least $100 must he expended ou  the claim each year or paid to thc  mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500 has been expended or paid, thc  locator may,, upon having a survey  "made, and upon complying with other requirements, purchase the land al  $1 an acre.  The patent provides for the payment of a royalty of 2J per cent on  the sales.  PLACER mining claims generall)  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5, re  newablc yearly.  A free miner may obtain two leases to dredge for gold of five miles  each for a term' of twenty years, re  newable at the descretion of the Min  istcr of the Intsiior. -_ <���������  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation.within one season from thi  date of the lease for each five miles.  Rental, $10 per annum for each miU  of river leased. Royalty at the rah  of 2k per cent collected on the out  put after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W.-COllY,  Deputy of thc "Minister 61  the In  erior. ������  RUBBER  -r r  1SRg>ffjjff<ps?aie533Sz  We have received our Fall consignment of Rubber Goods and are  offering them at prices that will  please you. We "have a fine assortment of  GfNrS RAIN COATS  LADIES' WATERPROOFS  GUM BOOTS  RUBBERS OF EVERY DESCRIPIION  Special lines of Dress Gcodsat Clearing prices.  n  A  i  SIMON LEISER & GO Ltd.  *.-.>'<  GATACRE ST  .rufljiiiTini riwifciii.i pmni  I.ABYSMITH  -1  mmmt<i!e������33m&SiG&S38.  #  '"J/  W. G. Fraser  V'l  VJ*l������l  /     MerchanlTaitor,  J(i**tlAveiiuej     * '  Fall Stock   on   hand. Call earlv and  get your choice  Ladysmith  Temp'e No. 5 R&fino  Sisters meets in the Oddfellow'  2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7.30 p.  Mrs. Kate Tate, secretary.  Appointments may be made at an-  time for dental work at Dr. Dicr's  oh I-Iiidi street st  Hammer  Guns at  20 PR CENT  Discount for  CASH  Saturday Bargains  We have decided to reduce  our stook of _  HAMMER GUNS  r  \*3o  offer  these snaps' for  Saturday.  .-*-)  The Ladysmith Hardware Co., ttdi  &SE&&&������SSSgg&i2&&2S3iES3^^Bai^  DOU'T BE PERSUADED WITH  SMOOTH TALK  TO BUY EYEGLASSES   OH SPECTACLES  WHEN YOU DON'T NEED THEM  OUB. PRACTICE IS NOT.  TO g  NOTICE.  Fiom this date the undersigned  will not he responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on a  wntten order signed by the sccretarj  Rowland jVIachin.  V. I.  EXPLORATION & DEVEL  OPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoiia, B. C, May 18th, 1005.  ADVISE  THEIR   USE   BY   ANYONE WHEN WE FIND THAT THE  SIGHT  IS NOT AETECTJ^D.  SMOOTU  TALK  CAN  CON-VlNCE YOU *������*���������_T���������^s  ING .THAT YOU NEED GLASSES     AND     L AT**     C���������f���������*  DISSATISFACTION.   THIS    DOES   *<**������������**>%]���������������  .WE HAVE ANY NUMBER  OF     REFEREE CS      TO   SHOW  FROM RESIDENTS OF TH IS CITY     AND ^R^���������S  WE TEST YOUR EYES BY  THE   LATEST METHODS   FREE  OF  CHARGE     AND  GUARANTEE   OUR  WORK-    ^   CAR  RY THE BEST QUALITY OF  OPTICAL   GOODS.   OUR PRICES  ARE MODERATE.  NOTICE.  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this no'icr  -vill be prosecuted. y  HUMMING BROS.  Pioneer  Soda Water  Works.  Ladysmith.  B.C.  B.FORCIMH ER  lTC  Firs t Avenue,  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER,.OPTICIAN  TL   X      Ladys-mitn,   b. i/   j  *%*  $1,500���������Cash and $1,500 in 5 years  at C per cent, buys 20-aci-c farm  one mile From iDunean. 12 acres  uiMleii , ciiUUvatiirjn. Eight-iroomeii  house  and  large frame bam.  S9l)0���������For* lot   and   two* stores      in  centre of city.  Good  terms.  $280���������Cash and $400 on mortgago  buys two fine lots few yards from  Postollice.  Stoves  S3  %*?\  ���������^"*r*'*-������C?V * * "������  PAJNTINO,        PAPERHANGING  ETC.  Work done properly  and  at    rU-H'  prices.     Shop  and  residence  in   rem  of Ladysmilh  Hotel.  J.  E.  SMITH, Prr-r  $.200���������Cash and  $10  per month buys  fine  four-roomed house wilh'pantrj  and   bath-room.  Water laid on; fine  garden. "  Wejfk,making them oi ths Nswost    Pattern and L.aUs<  Styles.  WE DO ALL KINDS OI? FOUNDRY WORK  . Our Prices are Renaona   hie  SEE OUR    NEW STOVES IN ilL-AIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS;  ";-.     \ '''.".'      and at L-sdysmiih Hardware Company:XX-.'X .' .'���������  LADYSrilTHlRON& STOVE WORKS CO,, LTD.  BARGAINS  EXTENSION  TABLE  $7.00  GILDED  EMNAMEL. BEDSTEA1  $fi.00  $5.0(1  $2.25  SINGLE BED COUCH    POLISHED  WASH-STAND  One piece, Lenolium, . 12x12  ft.  Extra heavy, 40 cents ])ei: .square  yard.  Don't forget to ask for your ticket  on thc  KITCHEN  QUEEN  CABINET.  C PETERSON'S Store  Cor. 5th. and Roberts St  $300���������Cnsh and $250 on time- buys :i  nice 7-roomcd house. Everything in  first-class   order.  $L0���������Per month rents a nice house on  Second Avenue. Splinslid celiar.  Chici.cn  and   Wash-houses.  For Sale���������Pure I'.rcd Gordon setter  dogs, best ppdigrc3. Also Mac!*  Cociver  Spaniel.  Houses   to   rent.    Call   and   get   rar-  ticulars.  Fire,   Life  and   Accident  Insurance.  . Deeds,   Wills,    Mortgages,   Contracts  and   Agreements   Drawn.  J. STEWART  Conveyancing     %������      Notary Public  P. O. BOX 368  Dr.   Dier's  office  is  open evenings  and  appointments  can  be   made    for  work at any time through  the week.  Only  first-class', dental.'work  is turned out  and  it is  done at reasonable  prices  st  BOOTS AND SHOES  AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and making to  order   a  ���������peciality. v  THOMAS  MCE WAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  H.O. MILES  ontractor and Builder  Dr.K.B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  High St. Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS ���������  REPAIRING  of all  kinds  pror-'  attended to.    Shop on Oatacra    *  Merchant, TvJIors  La dies'"rt C C-riifs'* CIo. in* "Made"  Order.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTY '"- *X  LADYSMITH,   B. C.

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