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 ^SSSEK^f^^  *  Ladysmith Daily  VOL.2,  FRIDAY, SEPT.  21,  I90v5.  OCT 1  ' i-izy.  0. $��������� DErd^NDS  FROM SUIT1N  New York, Sept. 2!).���������A Madrid  despatch to the Sun says: A despatch from Tangier announces that  ���������an. official of the United States legation at  Tangier has gone to  Fo/.  under instructions from Washington j the track and was percipatod into  to demand immediate reparation i a ditch, dragging all the cars with  from  the  Sultan for  the refusal   of ��������� it.      As far as can be learned,   no  TRAIN WRECKED  CAMP SIX  News  reached  town  this  morning  of a bad accident at Camp C early in  the day.    A locomotive drawing-cars  load 3d with heavy  logs was descend  ing a steep grade, ,   when it jumped  Mohammed EUcitcs, commissioner of  Foreign Affaiis at Tangier, to release an imprisoned -man who is under   American protection.  one was injured, the eng,*neer jumping from the locomotive before it  fell. Particulars of the disaster are  lacking.  ���������*������r--"^*-Hf^^^  [      SPORT  f   THE TURF-  ' Lexington, Ivy., Sept. 29.���������-One ol  \the greatest sales of thoroiig-hbic\is  Lever- held will \aSm place in -l>u.ein-  |l*er in New York? when ,the Julche-  idelpaso stud, the great breeding establishment, will bc.disposed oi ' at  [public jiuct-on. News of the (ijterin-  -tuatiou of J.   Li.  flagging  to sell his  fv..  *^^)fH5ie-)lf^(-)������(^*-;HHI;-)l(-M{  MARINE  S.S. Mystery was in with a Barge  for oal this  morning'  S.S. Princess May arrived here  for coiif last ,evening. The steamer  sailed south from Skagway on Sat  urday night'last, and made a quick,  tiip. Ninety-cue passengers^ came  oith on  the steamer, three of whom  ���������California^ property  was  leceived last  tam(J [tQm Kc(jCll-}-ani flVc fl0m. Port'  ���������flight. _, Thirty-live stallions  ami-A--  Sinll,s:)II\   ai-fl,   -he  remainder  from  Jer COO  hrqod mares, and alt       ol  young horses  will,he oiiered.  Athletics ���������  - -At the annual meeting of the Canadian Amateur Athletic Union, held  at Montreal,'it was decided to allow  amateurs tn piay with professionals.  As lhc result of tins, the action of  the Sluuuucks m playing for tho  jMmlo Cup with lhe professionals ol  the S. L. A , and that of the capitals, in piayng w'th the Tecumsehs,  orToronto,  was sanctioned.   '  THE   RING.���������  Said. Joe Gaus,  the 'colored fighter,-  Skagway. All the passengers were  hooked through t-o Vancouver. The  Princess May sails for Uie north this  evening.  ���������-1 t> ������������������  YELLOW FEVER IN  VERA CRUZ.  in Baltimore:  Mexico City)  Sept.  29.���������Thc superior hoard of health reports that there  was one death from yellow  fever yes  terday      at    the  hospital   at  Vera  Cruz and  that there  are two other  cases.  volently  inclined persons or  society  Now     that    Nelson has  defeated  should     step in and  have the fight  Britt 1 would-like  to" htivei a' chance  stopped before it begins.,  with    the     victor.   Nelson can claim1    "Gotch      is a wrestler,  all  right,"  the     lightweight championship title  but whon ft-comes & handling him-  ali he .pieces,    but he wn.have to'^,,  ������������������-. the ring he is  ^ there. His  beat me. to make sure that he holds  opponcnt     -Weeks-is  a big  fellow-  it.   I wqh the title fairly and s'luarc-  \y irom Frank Erne in May, 1901, at  Fort Erie, Canada, and I have never  heen defeated.   I     beieiyc .tliat I am  Nelson's     master        When    Siiiivan  fought Jimmy Britt on the Coast on  ly a few months ago.   I tried to get  Dn a match with Nelson, but the latter would not talk business with   my  manager    I    will figiln, Nelson  under  any conditions  he  wants,   but he will  have to  be square with mc in      thc  matter  of the referee."  . Manager  Al.   Hcrf0rd,  speaking  for  Gans    said that he  would bet$5,C00  to    M.OOl. lh.it     Gans ca/n beat the  Dane.  Bellingham, Wash., Sept. 29.��������� A  3ellingham man who has -lately re-  .urned from Spokane, declared that  ,hc forWiconiiing fight between Gotch.  ind Weeks promises to bc one 0f the  rrcates't "dub" exhibitions ever pull  'd oil in the Northwest.  "I     watched both men at1 work,"  ieclares this prophet, " and it real-  y looks to me as though some bene-   Ashley.  but would probably put up just such  an exhibition against a good man as  thc .sports here witnessed when John  L.v.Sullivan was in town.  "It   looks  to   me as though       the  fight was a cook������d-up .affair and some  body is due to get bumped."  Both Gotch and his opponent, according to news received from Spokane, are Working out with such men  as Ashley, Joe Galaski, well known  to Bellingham, and Barney Mullins.  Barney is also remembered here as  the pug who came from Sedro-Wool-  ley.  Witnesses  at  train!pig  q-uaiterssay  that     Gotch worls out with      his"  trainer just the same  as though he  had   lo score a knockouL, every  two  minutes  and handles his men  rough.  Galaski  put on the glov.es with him  thc other day and iu  thc mix-up he  took  the count.    When he got  back  to life again, he insisted  that.someone  had hit him  on  the head with a  scantling.       Weeks performed  about  the same ceremony  for  his trainer,  LEGENDARY .DEVICES,  i Early      write)s on natural  histoiy  jj-ubjects      make    men lion   of many  strange   creatures   (hat   never   could  iavc existed   save  in   the  siipnrstiti-  >usmind  of the;age' in which  they  >vrote,  ami. 0f the many that did ex-  [st   the   accounts   of   their  structure  bid habits are so ludicrous  that one  i-iay wonder if  it was possible, even  in the middle ages-, that people could  fe     so credulous.    Many of      these  jt-ra'hgely  garbled records;of  the an-  mal-.world;.were, ,no doubt, due    to  !ravellcrs'  tales  and  probably  had a  iprtain  foundation in  fact, but it is  [ifficuifc,  indeed  to account for     the  [���������rc-ation  of such  things as thc phoe-  jjx,  the  cockatrice, the  wyvom,    the  inffi.ii..and the dragon.    The be'ief in  (tie  existence of  the unicorn       may  [itye originated ; from   the fact       of  jhc  early   African  travelers  meeting  pith certain antelopes ''that, had lost  Miorn, for  it is a peculiarity     with  post antelope (hat their horns   are  ever shed   and   if  injured or  broken  ���������ever grow again.  lost one of the horns.  How the phoenix   was  called  into  being-it would he impossible to hazard a guess.   It   was popularly      supposed   that there was only one such  creature existing  in  the   whole  universe and  that there was  only    one  tree in which it built its nest.     We  find     mention of' the phoenix as far  hack as Pliny,  who says,   "Howbeit,  I cannot tell what to make of him;  and, ���������first of all,  whether it he      a  tale or no,   that is ���������never but one of  them in  the  whole world,  and   the)  same'not commonly seen."  In  the    fifteenth     century we    find  Bartholomew  writing of  this  imaginary bird:  "Phoenix is a large bird, and,there  is but one of that,kind in all the  wide world, therefore ��������� lewd men won  der theroof. Phoenix is a bird without make,(mate) and liveth 300 to  500 years. When the which years he  passed she -feelith her default and  feebleness and maketh a nest of  sweet smelling sticks that be- full  dry, ami  in summer when the west-  '.' The hornc, growing out of the fore-; ern wind bloweth the sticks.and the  jL-ad betwi.v the eyelids, , is neither'nest be set on fire with burning hei.it  r light nor hollow, not yet smooth   of the sun and burnetii strong  e   other  horns,  but, hard Ls iron,  ���������"���������ugh. as any file,  revolved into many  lights;    sharper       than    any   dart,  praighl, and not crooked, and  d very-  Mi ere black, except at J the point.,  (���������Bartholomew  asserted   that   there  fcre  many  varieties of  unicorn, and  Ibis      would he feasible if tins crcaf  Hire      had  been created   from  tJiose  tarned beasts that had accidentally  The "bird then allows "itself ��������� to he  reduced to ashes in this-.fire���������on th  point all the: writers agree���������and in  due course rises again from the ashes in the full glory of renewed  youth "and is the most fairest bird  gathcreth his meat of clean greens  that is, most like, tp the peacock in  feathers, and loveth wilderness   and  and fruits,  LIVbS LOST AND PROPERTY DAMAGED  Fearful Havoc Wrought by  the Typhoon in Island  of Sagon  In Wreck * of Leyte   11  Americans and 24 Natives W-i re Drowned  Manila,' - Sept. 28.���������Reports now  coming in from places , along the  path of the recent typhoon in th-e  island of La/ou~and the southern islands tell of great loss of life and  property. In -the w-aleis surrounding Samar and other islands, many  coasting vessels and island transport  have been wrecked. The coast guard  cutler^ Leyte is a complete wreck  and eleven Americans and 21 natives were drowned.  At the town of Sorsogon 15 na- ,  tives were drowned. The loss on"  hemp plantations is estimated at $1-  000,000. The army transport Juan  is ashore at Logaswi, ���������/��������� the interior  of the Island  of Samar.  Thousands of natives are homeless  and the, same report comes from  many'of the'other small  islands.  The army posts in the southern  Inlands' have been destroyed. The  civil military authorities aie lushing aid .to the suffering people in the  form of . supplies of food and shelter  Owing" ,to the destiuction of the  telegraph  fiom other points  are very meagre.  GAMBLERS BECAME TOO NEW MOVE IN RAILROAD  WAR  Owners of "City of Travel,  lers" Sold Pools in Illinois Waters  Bills are  ;Now Returned  Against Promoters of  the Scheme  ���������   Chicago,   Ills.,      Sept. 29.��������� True  hills weie returned against the   promotes and  owners of  the City   of  Tra\cllers'  gambl.-ng boat,  charging  thc     keeping of a eommoii gambling  hom-e,  and   two   indictments   for conspiracy.      I'ourtccu defendants  were  naniekl in thc bills.     The evidence on  which lhe indictments  wore voted related to a single occasion  when the  boat was said  to have been  in Illinois    wafers,   when  pools on . horses  were sold.  II1E MAN WHO  CAPTURED  SAKHALIN      ISLAND.  Tokio,  Sept.  20.���������(noon.)i���������Lieutenant-General   Ilarag-uchi,   commander-  in-chief of the Japanese military forces  on Sakhalin Island,  accompanied  hy  his stall,  arrived at  the Uyemo  i ail road station  this- moining  ' and  "was mot by the minister of war and  the  Japanese consul general at New  Chvang, representatives of the army  and  navy,  and Viscount Tanaka, the  household     .niinistci.   Among those  system,  reports arriving ** present-weie delegates from the different societies and representatives of  tha  Ladies'  Association   who,   in welcoming the General   upon  his   return  from   Sakhalin,  said:  ">We aie soriy  Ihat only one half  of the  island lus  been taken,  but that is no fault     of  yours.." A  statement which created  much  merrjment.  General Maragushi took , litiincheon  at the Imperial Army headquarters  and then proceeded to the palace.  -  "How can I get. tlie ladies of my  congregation -more interested .in  hoa\en?" sighed the earnest, young  rector of the fashionable church.  '  "You  might  int.'jmate that' things  will   bc very  exclusive there,"   replied *the old preacher, sadly. "By such  means ���������you may be able ' to rouse     a  mild'interest."  Oregon R. R. and Navigation Co, Make New  ^Agreements  Admit C. P. into Columbia  Basin to Compete With  Hill Lines  Portland, Ore.,  Sept.  2.1 .-The Oi-  cgonian   today  says.    Retaliation   on  the  Hill  lines for   building   the Port-  laud   and   Seattle   Railroad to reach  Portland      by the walei   level  route  .ikwip, the Columbia, will come in.the  form oi      new trallic agreements, by  which   the Oregon   railroad  and   Navigation  Company   will   admit      Die  Canadian  Pac.lic  into  the  Columbia  Basin,      through  thc Spokane gateway,   it is said, and  through such an  arrangement   use   it  as a weapon    to  combat the  Northern Pacific      and  Great   Nortlicrii.   their  most   aggressive competitors   for noithern  trade.  By   such  an adjustment,   the prcs-  sent traffic  agreement with the Great  Northern    would   lie  abrogated   and  ihe llarrinian lines  would   he iu  the  advantageous position  to oiler north  ern  ronitmg   where desired; either for  fieight  or passenger tiaffic,   and prevent   either   of   the   rival   competing  roads     sharing     in  earnings derived  by such service.   It; is claimed that  Hani-man      interests  have  found  it  possible to enter into a sort  of offensive  and defensive trallic   alliance  with  the line   across  the hoiindaiy,  and w.-ll  make the  connection      by  means  of the link  now building and  known  as the Spokane International  -2 j PRICE FIVE   CENTS  DEFEATS  PORTLAND  The Ladysmith team have won  tlicir fust match in the Association  football tournament at Portland. A  wire from a member of thc club was  leeched locally last i">eiiing, stating  that the game was won by Ladysmith. the score being G-1.  Just  before going  to  press, the foi  lowing special   was  receded  at this  office from Portland:  Ladysmilh defeated Portland C-i  yesterday in an exciting game of  Association football. Ladysmith  plays tho Kilvinhank  team  todav.  MAN EATING  HOUSE IS ON  E  TROUBLE  WITH  THE LAiDRONES.  AGREE ON MOROCCAN QUESTION  , Pans, Sept ''-38���������The Eranco-Gcr-  iiian accoid'upon Morocco signed today arouses the keenest satisiaction,  not only - on account of "Morocco*, but  ���������jlne/ly because it terminates the suspense of months which cause disturbed the peace of Europe. Both the  foreign olhce and' the German Embassy were equally gratified to cic.se  the coun owisy The accoid is interpreted -in a compromise un which each  side \si;cuies .-.ihantages. Counceilor  Von Bii'-i'i-.-.'s pioposition to submit  the Moioc'-jn questions to a confer'  encc is finally reaped, and Al. Rou-  vier has carried his point of keeping  France's special interests from the  confeieiiee and restricting thc lues-  tions within exact limits.  'lhc diplomats c-oiisideied the result  highly .idx-uil'igeous in lemovnig ob-  i,u������cics to ,i, reai'l-ioachment between  h'rance and Gcnnany. The official  tc>>t oi the accord says-.  'lhe negotiations between France  and Gcnnany on Alorocca affairs have  successfully '"terminated.      Accord   is  of collecting duties and the creation  of new means of reienue, and also-  the terminal ion of principles destined  lc safeguaid the economic liberty of  Moi<..cco.  The agi cement then makes a special rcsi-rvjlion to the rrontier re  g-ioii between Alters and Morocco  when; the mainlainancc of police will  be reguiated directly between France  and the .Vuitan without sutk-iission to  ccutiahawl m the same, region also  remains 101 Fiance to determine with  the Sultan Tho two governments  unite in iis'.mg that Spam accept Ai-  geciras as the place foi the confer-  n renee. Upon the question oi the recent loan to Morocco it is agreed tlliat  French ' bankers will participate with  (he Germans and there is to. be a  similar participation of French firms  in building lhe harbor wo-rks at Ta,n-  <!*(ier, if a '-'reach company diets terms  e, ua,i to those of German contractor.-  Finally the   accoid piovides for the  submission of  the     program   without  reached u  pun  a   hrogiam comprising  delay,  to the     Sultan, and  the signa-  the     oigainzaiion of the     police,  the  tones  |Ci  (lie     convention of Madrid  it'^uLitinn ?uul repression of contraband arms-, hnanci,*i lefoims consisting pt'nopaiiy of the oraau.'/.at.on o1.  a state bank and also the best means  Upon (he subm-ssion to the Sultan  bolh the l-'icuch and German mii*-  sens now at Fez will return to Tangier.  COMPANY  HAVE  "STRUCK   IT   RICH.  Mr.   Alex Johnson  was -one of the  passengers   on  the  steamship  Princess May from Skagway.  lie     says  that the Marion Steam Pump Company,       which    is   operating   a gold  dredge   forty-nine miles up-the    Yukon     River from Dawson, at      the  mouth  of Bear Creek,  is making   a  fortune  every  day of operation.- The  company did not expect to  do anything but experimental work for the  first season, but turned in* such enormous heaps of yellow dust  t-hat the  workmen kept right on digging away  in   the   one  spot,  and   have  lccover-  e-d 0%'er  $200,OGO,  or  on an  aveuigo  of $5,000   a day.     Mr   Johnson says  "the members of the company on the  ground,   who are fiom  Detioit,  say  they are more  than satisfied,      and  now that     their success is assurred  and they  have acquired what  giound  they  want,  they arc  nidi He rent, who  knows  it.   lie  was told that    some  days the     cleanup would be 'M,*>''0.  which would,  perhaps, be the lowest,  and     the   highest was  *>7,fi00.  The  plant is   operated  by  electricity,     a  poweifibusc    being      erected   on  thc  bank.  ATS!  \   NANAIMO.   -i v;    V- .j  On Thursday, Sept 28th. the wife  of'!.'.. J.ACleorgc of Milton Street gave  birth to a daughter,'"  Mr. *J. Newbury, for some time * an  employee of D. Spencer has resigned  his posit-on and will leave shortly for  Vancouver.  At a .recent meeting of tlie trustee  board of the Wallace St. Methodist  Church it was_decided to Jjoid the  anniversary services on Nov. 12th  and l.'lth. This has been uniformly  set apart for such exercises"- for many  years. This will he the forty-sixth  anniversary  of  the church.  Mrs.' D. Scales, of Kennedy Street  is in the local hospital suffering''from  injurifs received in an accident on  Wednesday. Her condition is  serious.  not  North Vancouver has been washed  away. The bridge was being bunt by  the municipality, though the actual  work of const! uctioiti has been conducted by iiien who at one times  were members of the Finnish colony  at Malcolm Island.  It seems that  the bridge,  which ac  cording to the plans shows it; as flic' h������v*  b������u   **}*   on  a fixed _ monthly  CIIANOES   CONTEMPLATED  ON  THE  E.   &  N.  While October   1st-has  been  looked  forward  to as the date   when  the C.  P.R.   wage system and   scale  go  into effect on tlie E   A:     N   it is considered   by   some  *>ciy   douhtlul       if  such  will be the case,   for  thcohangc  involves  a great  deal   ot% latxn-,   and  it   is thought  questionable  if       this  could  be done  iu   the   time intervening.   There  arc "approximately   1,000  men  employed   on  the  road   in   various   capacities,  and  this   moans   tliat  countless     books   have   to   be  looked  over.     Thc  lime  table,  too,   is      a  matter requiring  much  attention.  Heretofore wages on the E. & N.  "The     Man-eater^'  a horse which  has won an evil reputation, has been  captured at last and 'is even  now in  durance v-Je at New Westminster for  the ignominious purpose of being exhibited  to the-crowds who. flock  to  the Dominion  fair.   Three times has  the equine terror of the Blue River  country  felt the halter 'on his neck,  making his last"escape, when the Indians  who     had  lassoed   him   were  putting him to death by the  Chinese  method of taking off small slices.  According to  the story  told      hy  Mr   Frank McDowell,  of Vancouver, ,  who has just returned from, a hunting  trip  to Louis  Creek.  50  miles north  of Kamloops, the wild horse     now  known as "The Man-eater," was toal  ed seven or eight years ago,  andaf-  ter being branded was turned loose .  in the Blue River country. It   was  six: vears  before he was seen again,  and h" was then so magnificant and  iearless  an ������n*������aal that the Indians  determined  on capturing him.     k A  party     of    fifteen set out to roun<i  nun up, but he eluded them-by jump  i���������e over  a fifty-foot     precipice into  Ite Thompson river.    It was MMou������  tache  Joe"  who led  the expedition  which was finally  successful,    .lhe  tribes assembled  from far and near  ,0  witness the  "busting," but alter   ..  killing and trying to eat two of the  "busters"   the  lioj.se  broke  away. A  blood hied  was now declared against  him and once more the Indians rounded him up and tied him down     m  readiness" for Uie  horrible death he  had been condemned to die. The cutting began     with the ears and tail.  The   latter   was  docked   in      brutal  fashion  and   the  beautiful   silky ears  were being mutilated when, exerting,  (the strength  with which  his  frenzy  '"The   Man-eater   . ,  San Eiancisco, Sept. 27���������In an in-  tciview with an associated press re-  poitei, U. S Secretary Taft who ar-  iiud today on the Korea from the  Phiiipmes, narrated the story of the  tup taken by the party, much of  winch has already been tcid m press  despatches from points visited. Telling in detail of some of tlie recent  inipiownients noted in Manila, the  Sctietary said. *���������  "'The political situation in some respects is ju'ot as good as it ought to  be- A wave of Ladromsm has swept  o\cr the province of Cavite, and it  has been found necessary to suspend  thc writ of babes corpus in Savite.  The same was true ah'out Somar, but,  (he use ot troops on Somar and the  use of constabulary oh Cavite has  put an end to the business. Whenever, there were two or three men, re  sponsible for the keeping up of Ladromsm,     who had not been captured  Complaints were made against the  constabu'aiy. and while many of  them were unfounded, was pretty true  that, a change in the constabulary  ought to be affected and it is now  under consideiation.  The     distressing  agricural  depres-  endowed      him,  ..on. due to the ioSss * M pjt ������t of | ^ ^^ J^T,������  etncuiturai  cattle by drought locust, Clare,   a ^  and cholera, as  we., as other causes, notwith.tanclin0^ ^ ^^       ^  will probably not cease to be for sev,011      *���������***-        &  crai   years    Tins  the     gnverriment  cause     Ibis  p-overnmem"  is m  eiv to he  criticised  for  existing conditions,     however fro? from 'time in  rcspccl     to them  than  a native rov-  ernmmt  "V  ",,"   ",-,���������������'shoot him  at sight.   Mr.   Alexander  naturauy sumects., ^ ^^  ^ a part     - oI  to   criticism,  be-- Wfint after him  awl took  nent is more "k-.him aLve> am,ihe is n0w on view at  the Dominion, fair.  FAME'S  PATHWAY.  Topman, the Long Island Innteeepcr.  whose   muscular   performances   were  one of the marvels of the early part  of the last century.   Topman was  a  A  German journalist who had oc-   man ol but ordinary physique to all  casion a lew weeks  ago  to attend a   appearanoes,    but  he could perform'  lecture given hy Maxim   "rorki at the   {oals  oi strength which Hercules him  Finnish summer resort Kuokola, was ^ h&ve eTlUwl.   He made  painfully     impressed ^.th^ fiuno^   ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ hQgS.  lir sock-1'heads   of water,  for  instance,  wh-.ch  could    -not    ha\e weighed much less  largest in  the North Vancouver Mun-  icipa.itv. was almost five hundred feet.  long,  had   been    built  and  practically;  allotment;  with no such   things as ex  tra   mileage  or   detention   time.     Hy  v'lhe  adoption of the C.P.R. system)'  completed.   The      approaches   though  had     not    been  constructed,     and  a  cf    payment,   the      passenger   train  crews w'ill  each���������that is  each  man-  it  is expected  add   materially  to  thc  team had     never   crossed   the   sfruc- j'       .,, ...     ,,      r   ��������� -, ,  i ,j monthly       wage,   while   the   freight  ire.   Thc     scaffoldine*    on the span',    . ..',   ,      ,.  , ,        ,      *-*       , ,    , ,        .train     crew will   bench  as being taken  down,  and had ^^',Thcnin[rQm {e,-minus,  niation  t  even  more  if the infor-  s  correct,   is   to bc counted,  SEYMOUR CREEK  BRIDGE WASHED  AWAY,  lure  was  mountains  and  the creeks have been  left over for the next day bundled to- Ulc m mjlc5.. t() ,)C accepk,(1 as thc  geth-cr,    as it     were,  for packing to Uasis of a day-s work_ It is reportcd  cither side for the approach building. that when   the creWi as  is often  thc  There has    been -littie snow     on the caSej  ������d0u,blc back" to' hotil  a heavy  rivers     and creeks  have  been  rising, train in  two  sections   up   thc  grade  abnormally  low   during   the   summer -rom   Koksilah  and   Koeivgs,       and  Then came the flood.   For days the horn ,Shawiwgaii to the Summit-., here  f The steady rain though  for the past. after  extra  mileage will  be counted,  several     weeks  has sent    the  water and when  the train is obliged       to  down the water sheds of-the different wait  for some  other train in  order  streams  in   qualities  thlat made    tho, to  get  track,   t0  complete  the  run,  streams rise, rapidly.   Last night the detention time is to be awarded.   Be-  bridge was washed out.  and an that" tween the two the freight crews will  novelist's appearance,  hollow, his eyes deep a  els and bordered with dt-rk blue  shadows. His whole appealai.co was  that of an invalid. His awkward  movements and gestures made.a lady  m the audience exclaim: "Commc il  est maladroitf' His voice .'as so  weak that it could luullv e hi aid  in the back  Part of the     .11.  Dr.   S.  Suzuki,   surgeon  general of  thc Japanese army, is coming to Detroit,  Mich.,   to  attend  the meeting  of thc Association  of Military  burgeons,  now  in  session.   He comes at  the   request   of President   Roosevelt,  who  in", i led   Japan  to send .1 repic-  scntatiu" lo   this important meeting.  Surgeon    Gtneial   Suzuki   is   a giant  physically      among   his  couutrym-n.  lie has with   him  a number  of .- >**r.*-  opticon 'views     taken at the hcspitai  in  Sasebo, showing  the havoc wrought by modern  war devices .on  Jap  and  Russian.  MARVELOUS  FEATS  OF  ROYAL   ATHLETES.  A    story  which  was told   a short  time ago  in  thc Spanish  newspaper  1.01  Correo, furnishes a striking illus-  t ration of the strength of human nuis  cles.  vFermini  Amdi,  a Spa-nisli giant  famous for his stature and strength,  was hunting in Pyrenees when* he encountered  on   his way  home  a gigantic   hear,    which came toward him  erect,   with   forepaws   outstretched.  Aru-di's rifle  was  not loaded     and  he feared to break it by using     the  butt    end  upon  his   adversary.    He  put  thc  rifledown upon the  ground,  and,  going straight  up to   the hear,  dexterously grappled  it in his.powerful, arms- Hunccr  and  animal rolled  over in  a terrible struggle   until  Ar-  ndi    succeeded   in drawing  his knife  and    despatching   t'he bear,    which  weighed  3ilfl   pounds.   Then   he  placed  it   across his  shoulders and  returned  The new     bridge being built across  Seymour Creek in the Municipality of  now remains is amass o** wreckage.    J greatly benefit.  than three-quarters  of a ton;       and  when he came to a turnpike gate he  would playfully heave his horse over  it instead of.troubling the |ate-kccp-  er to  open it for him.  lie    snapped    a rope   which     had  borne a ton weight without breaking:  luted with Ins teeth an oak tapie two  yards long,  with a 58 pound weight  at    the    other end  of it,  and broke  broomsticks by striking them against  his bare arm.    He would take a mas  si\e pewter dish, seven pounds      in  weight, and roll it up as if it were a  cup  in  his finger*, as easily  as   most  men    would  break an egg shell, and  wave a couple of hundred-weights over    his   head   with   his  little  finger.  Once    he    twisted    a kitchen     spit  around the     neck of, an imper-tinant  hostler,     and he could, smash      the  toughest     cocoanut    by     striking it  against  his ear.  Such  performances   of professional  strong  men are  sufficiently startling  but there have been great kings who  could rival some of them.   Thus Augustus  the Strong of  .Saxony,       in  his playful moods would seize a couple of courtiers,  one  in each  hand,  and hold  them   out at arms'   length;  he would      twist    stout   iron  bars  around their  necks for   collars     and  straighten  horseshoes   with  a wrench  of his  muscular  fingers;  while,       on  one  occasion,   when   the horse  of one  of his   attendants   refused'to   budge,  he   put his  hcrculen   shoulders   under  it and walked  away with horse and  rider together.  George  Castriat, Prince  of  Albania,      wielded such a powerful sword  that he could sever a bull's head at  a single  stroke;   while  once,   for     a  wager, he walked off with, ten of his  courtiers'    standing   on  a platform.  Charlemange, who was reputed to bo  the strongest  man of his time,    was  able to snap the strongest horseshoe  between the fingers of one hand; and  wilh.it  to his  native town.  Such a feat  as this, however,  won- Don  Sebastian,   merely by the pres  derful  as it seems,   would   not have   sure of his knees,  could  make  heen    thought   much of   by   Charles   charger groan with pain,        _  his ������������������j*.  Vsjk-*--*-**  -MQB  THE DAILY LEDGER  published   every day except Sunday.  ������Y        THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  '     SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  ���������0 cents  a month",    $5 per  year   in  advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  HQMM^������v������AMAHHilWH������Mie**ye������*  -^riarltiMlMH  iem***^****ti?Tif?i-i? ** l*m!TVmm*'m1'***  DAIIvV t^D^SR  ���������ia  naMabiai  We're "overloaded  this Fan wibh' Ta'io  mws&>~--^in*  and we want you  to help us unload. To do this  Made    Suits and Coats  we commence.  FRIDAY,  SEPT.  29,  1905.  A-CONCLAVE OF BIRDS  *>  It is generally supposed that man  only possesses the gift of speech;  tins supposition, however, must apparently bc accepted in only a limited sense, for thcie can he no question tliat some animals and birds  have the facnty of con-tmuiiicaUiig  intelligibly with other; though pro-  ba'liy in such a rudimentary degree  1hat perhaps the term speech is a  misnomer. Amongst the -most remarkable evidence of this is the  court ot justice held by rooks which  may occasionally bc witnessed.(The  writer can hear testimony to the  first stage of these extraordinary ses  sions, which he witnessed from a  train, though unfortunately he did  not see it strange, and perhaps  tragic, termination.)  A large flock of several hundred  rooks forms a great circle two or  three deep, almost perfect in shape,  a,nd perhaps about 300 feet in circumference. In the centre of the circle stands a solitary rook, attended  by a guard���������this "latter, however, thc  writer did not sec���������appearing in an  .abjectly cowed and frightened condition. The whole of the birds sur-  roi nding thc wretched, motionless  culprit were in a most excited state  wo'cnfJy Happing their wui-gs as if ai  a paio.\j-siu of wrath and fury, and  fiom tune to time raising then-beaks  upward, though they all retained  (heir position -n the ring, and made  no atiompt to interfere with thc miserable prisoner.  Probably thc accusing bird* had recounted the offence committed agamst  it, perhaps the appropriation of thc  nest occupied by it and its mate for  years, pcihaps an insult oli'ercd lo  her, Oil* peihars some more serioui  offence committed against thc community.  Now all this excited and angry  scene must indicate that thc birds  ��������� possess some means or commnuucating  their ideas to each other, and that  all tliat violent cawing cannot be  mere unintelligible   jargon.  agf^atcoatI  jW MOD IUK SIT .JIT  i  ON   SATURDAY, SEPT. 30TH.  At crowd drawing: prices, ������������  ������g some of which are here men- 3������  Jgtioned.  Ladies'      Black   and   Dart  Grey -'-length   COATS. Also  -Fawn      coveit    oiotli   snort  COATS.  Yah-c up  io     U2.50  Sile Prhx$2-SO  IN   THE WORLD   OF   _,ABOR.  Many o* thc women in ������*:n2;land ere  choosing  gardening as  a means      of  Ijvlihood.  A  child  labor law was passed    by  thc Florida state legislature  at   the^  last session.  In   the      United   States  the   total  number of  women  organized   is     already  over  100,f01.  Many Los Angeles, Cal., contractors have signed the eight hour agreement, and Uie movement is a  success.  "My ���������baby,"  said  the  husband of a  prominent  club  and society  woman,  ������������������'had   a narrow  escape   yesterday."  "IndcccK"  exclaimed  the  friend  of  the  family,   "How was that?"  ���������"The nurse'girl thoughtlessly left  it  alone with its  mother for ncarly  an  hour,"  explained thc husband and  father.  Ladies'      Black  BEAVER  COATS, twilled  farmer sat-  in-lincd.      Ladies' Fawn and  Reseda     Beaver  and   covert  cloth   Coals,     and     Fancy  Tweeds   in  Navy  and  Grey,  lined     *., ith  twilled   farmer  satin.  NOT   ONE   WORTH  LESS    -  THAN      $10.00 and  up     to  $15.00.  .toto?ik������$5.00  LADIES'    EXTRA   QUALITY      FALL  AND  WINTER  CO.\ TS-  ui   Black  Satin   and' Bco.v-  cr,  and  Black  Satin Lad'es'  Cloth,   Fawn,  Brown,     and  Reseda  Covert Ololh,    Fawn  Bcau-i-      Cloth   uiul   Fancy  Tweeds.      .Some-    are   lined  with      Black,    some      with  Fawn,      and    others      with  Twilled   Satin.  NOT   ONE   :I.N   TUTS   LOT  WORTH       LESS      THAN  ,i;i.50   up  to $30.00.  Sale Price #7, ������0  THREE    DOZEN  LADIES'  TATLOK  MADE   SUITS -  in  all   Colors.  Not oiie     m  this lot .less thmi $20.00 and  up  f,o $.30.00.  Sale Price  $1250  R .Vl*j'r' Jj oo 1'KK DAY  ROOMS  i-Ai-.' soi'i'MHD wifii rafip-  WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  Beet accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and flahing u*, mr-arvicinity.  A. J- McMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH. B. C  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms'  Canadian Pacific  Railway  .!���������   \  D HOTEL  JOHN GOGO.PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra  well  Stocked  The New Western Hotel  '-���������yj  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board. - '  Our Bar is newly fiUcclup and well supplied and is in charge of  JOS. PELLIQRINELLI  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������..  * - ���������     <  ATLANTIC STEAMTHIPTICKETS  Tickets on Sale To and From all European Points -  AT LOWEST KATES  ALL LINES   REPRESENTED.  ��������� , -���������  i .. '  For Sailing Dates, Rates" and full information,.  8C Govt. Street; Victoria B.C.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Dist. Freight &. Pass.Agt  This  Hotel  has   been completely   Board and lodging $1.00 per day.  renovated.  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied with the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue  'Liquors and Cigars.  Ladysmith B.C.  Low Round Trip Rates  ���������via������������������  TICKET   OFFICE  and   Yates  Sta.,  Cor^  Government  Victoria, B. C*  k-"*>  4 Dozen Childrens' Navy Blue and Cloth --*.  Reefer Coats, Regular $2.00, $2.50 and $2.75  5h  Sale Price $150'-���������������  encery |  Nanaimo/- Limited. S������  ���������*���������- -  CEO. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  RESTAURANT  ��������� Cor. 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Meals 35c. and Upward  St. Paul, Duliitli, Sioux City,  Omaha, Kansas City $60.00  ���������* ' , 1        ���������  St. Lous $67.50 Chicago 71.50  ' Dates of sale, Sept. 16th. and 17th  Final return limit 90 days     from  date of sale.  For full particulars call on or ad-  1  dress  S. G. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  Ladysmith  ^    w  B.  C  HARTLEY   G1SBORNE  ���������Member Can.   Society  of   Civil Engineers  Member Institution of Electrical Engineers,] England  Member  International   Electrical  Congress   at St. Louis, 1904  ���������Els dries! Engineer���������  1     I ,      il   <  !   LADYSMITH, B. C.  V. O. BOX 35  1,  Scaled Tenders addressed to the  undersigned aud endorsed "Tender  for Indian and Fisheries office Bhlg.,  New*"Westminster, B.C." will he received* at this office until Saturday,  October 21, 1005, inclusively, for the  construction of Indian and Fisheries  office Bklg., New Westminster.  '1-latis and specific;*lions lo -he seen  and forms of lender obtained at this  department-, at the office of G. A.  Kcefcr, Esq,., Resident Engineer, New  Westminster.   B.C.  Persons tendering arc notified that  tenders will not he considered unless  made on the printed form supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures.  Eaeh tender must, he accompanied  hy an accepted cheque* on a���������chartcr-  . ed. hank, made payable to the order  of the. Honourable, the Minister of  Public Works, equal lo ten per cent,  (10 p.c.) of thr amount, of thc tender, which-will lie forfeited if the  party tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon to do  so, or if fail to-complete 1he work  contracted for. If the tender be not  accepted the chc-niic will he returned.  The   Department   does  not   bind   itself  to   accept   thc  lowest   or      any  tender.  By  Order,  FRED  OELTNAS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Work's,  Of.tn.wn,   Sept.   20th,   1005..  Newspapers inserting this advertisement without, authority ft im (he.  Department will not  be* paid  for  it.  TH������ CITY TVYMRKe T  .R.'Williamson Prop  f st. Avenue Ladyspiith B. G.  "Best -accommodation  for  transient  ind permanent hoarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Motel has heen comfortably furnished ancl the bar is up-to-  d le. Rates $1.00 a day and up-  w vrds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  ������>������l&a*M*������ ���������������������������*-: ���������'������������������ :���������: '���������"-*- Ladysmltlt.  THEJ0NES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Good Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-   ��������� Ladysmith.  ii  GALEBfllAir  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  -:o:  R. P. R1THET,  &Co., Ltd  racific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :���������: :-:   -: .-: :���������-B.C.  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������RateB !J1.25 and$1.50���������  Free bus .to-all steam boat landings and  railway depots.   Electric care every fivt  minutes  to all partB of   the city.   Bai  and table.unexcelled. "*���������  F. BAYNE8, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST., VANCOUVER B, C.  G.W.P.A.,  Seattle, Wash,  71 Government st  Victoria, B.C.  3  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  3  Under New Managment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B.C.  McKinnell &Woobank  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First Class.  Commercial Mens' headquarters.  Fire Proof    Building.  HENRYS NURSFRIES  NEW CROP���������  Home Grown &   Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     and FLOWER  SEEDS,.  THOUSANDS OF ERUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES/  .HODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.     Catalogue free.  3010  \V-*--f-r'"n!"ter  Roac1    "'"ar.r-au.ver.  One of which Is the famous "North  Coast Limited,"  Up-to-date Pullman and ' Tourist  sleepers on all" trains. Cheap round  trip tickets, good for three month's,  to Eastern ' ami Southern points, on  sale Sept.  10 .and  17. ���������    .  Excursion rates now n effect  to Portland Fair. Round trip  rate #9.65. Only direct line  toYellowstone Park.  Steamship tickets on sale to all  European points. Cabin-accommodation reserved by wire.  reserved hy wire.  For     further    particulars    call or  write the office.        Pbone Waijr 156.  '   VICTORIA,   B.   C.  A. D* CARLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A,   N.P.,        General Agent  Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.C  HOTEL LELAND  (T. J.  Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  ���������One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner tiranville and Hastings  streets.  Telephone,  1-4.  . f*^.'*^'**;*.*^.*-^.^  WM. MUNSIE, President     * J. W.  COBURN, Man.  Director  - TelephoneJ-lG.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Go   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH���������Shingles   a Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers     of���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring     and  Finishing    Lumber  ia   Stock  I      THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  $..-���������. : ���������_���������      , ���������  I PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  k SILVER ORES.  * Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH, B.C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  I  i  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager,  W.J.WATSON,  Smelter Manager.  ���������*,fe^^l*Vfet'!-*---*r'fc'fe^^  NOTICE.  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this, notice,  will be prosecuted.  RUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  Ladysmith, B.C.  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. V.  Are You  Going East  Then be sure your tickets read   via  the'  I0RTH WESTERN  T*.  I,'  LADYSMIJH SHAVING  PARI 0RS ~  HIGH  STREET.  :���������:���������: Beat in the City :���������:���������J  ������W*i  Geo. Roberts  fapket  Prop.  DID   IT EVER STRIKE YOU?  That tlie place to Bt.Ii' YOUR'MEAT  is   where  the  slaughtering  clone locally?    We are  not depending   on    what the Wholesalers send u������  ancl     can    GUARANTEE   EVERY-THING to be FRESH AND CLE A  STFVENS BLOCK,  ILL   &.   FLASKET  GATivUR*-*  Si*i>E_*T. LADYSMiT  THE CANADIAN BANK :LAD���������'��������� ���������fRV  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  [B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Managef  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  $5 and under     3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  ������<    $*o        " " $30    10 cents  ������    ������30        " ������< $50    IS cents  These Orders arc Payable at Par al any oiT.ce in C, rmda of a Chartered Bar*  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking point--   jl the United States.  KECOTIAnLE AT A  FIXED  RATH A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC' , LONDON, ENG.  Thev form an excellent method of reinittin   small sums of mon-i*  3 with safety and at small   jost.  P\STRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKEDAND FRESH.  Coafectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  CUBAN CIHR FACTORY  ���������:o.>  f-ADY-SMITH BRANCH  Ka A^ CORNWALL^ Maaager.  Mannfactnrers of the Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOn  None bu   Union Labor    Employed  H, J. BOOTH, Prop  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.s  PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST./\   ; V.:;  For complete information ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  G eneral   A gent,  710 2nd Ave., Seattle.      "  M^-ryKinir-i-iTi1"--- *" -������������������*���������*-������������������  ...Dealers in  Pianos and  rgans .;  Ladysn.ith. B,C  Dr.  Dier can he foiiK :   at any time     {J\  at his otTicc on High si ct. His dental work is guarantee-*:: -o be first-  class and -rates reason;: :..lu st.-  1     H1LBERT   :   |  S ^air������p*'*^i**,*^5^^^^^^ j  if DAILY LEDGE*  ILMUi^jailg-JU-li^^  Union  Brewinfi Go-  NANAIMO  :B.5C.  ftanufacturers of^the  O  BEST   BEER  T In {British Columbia  * Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed  Brewed  f.* ������������������        '  ; from the   Best Canadian Malt Run   Hops  JM^"J*^*^f^I^I-,*M**H-,4r*|*-������v''    _l.^^I**?**^I������-M,rH*4^'4^*4^I*,^*I**v������v>  ?.*a%-*-jgw^itg*^Biy^3*at fl  Your Wife's  Birthday  Present  <*&^^^^~  i  Nothing worthy of thc occasion requires     so small an expenditure of money nor gives  thc recipitnt such a'great measure of delight as a dainty specimen off J LASH  OR CHINA. .;  o  1Q1  m  SB  ������������������������  We have so many of these that enumeration of it is impossible.  Spend the same amount as a bunch  of flowers  would cost and  you can  obtain something grand  And it won't wither in iwenty-four  i h ours either.  iQi  -WRlNROBE'S STORE NEWS-  PREPARATION BARGAIN WEEK  ir*^B<----------M������'---MM-----*----'->-'<^raM--'^----M ^iamawa^mBamm*mwmm9MBaammmmmpmBmwmmmmwmmmmmmmmmwmm  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  A  POST CARD WILL    BRING   ->UR     HANDSOME     CATALOGUE **'.} "iOUR DOOR.  f tffj TMZ. *taW 'Jmav'fff *  VICT OR I A. B.C  Miners1 Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short   notice.    Drill  Sharpened  by n<-  ways gives satisfaction.  Picks handled and repaired.  Stiipsmithting    in aJ1     its  ^rantiee  Horseshoers'and Genera! Blacksmitns.  R. LAWSON  Buller Street   -   -   .-   .-   Ladysmith, b C  O  -Q"  ��������� ���������+���������������������������+t*-M*+f+-f***H"f-**tt*M^^  '*%.  LADYSMITH TRANSFER CO.   x\.  ������  1  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.         Stables in the rear of thc Lad ysmith hotel.     Leave orders at   the  Abbots ford.  WILLIAMS AND WASAiT  1  ���������%-*~M"M-f 4++++++-4++++++4 444 44-44444444444-4444 4444 4444-  4  ������������������������������������   4  "1.  ���������.-: r  4  ���������ri-  1  ��������� ������������������������ e'  *  a  EXPRESS WORK  A  SPECIALTY. *  *     DAVID JOHNSON       1  LADYSMITH |  * LIVERY, BOARDING AND  * SALES STABLES  * PHONE 66  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  BUGGIES FOR HIRE ':���������:  :���������:  See J. KEMP, or leave orders with  BLAIR &  ADAM  FIRST  AVENUE  'PHONE  2-4,  W.  SILER  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY 0f>v,i:  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  M. R. SIMPSON  Solicitor,  Etc.  st Avenue        -     -      IADYSM1  ,it**-Li'5g*i  FLANNELETTE  300" YARDS CANADIAN FLANNELETTE,   NEWEST   STRIPES     AND  COLORINGS.     FAST DYE, GOOD,  FIRM  CLOTH,  LIGHT       OR  DARK,  33   INCHES   WIDE THINK   OF     IT!       EtjUAL   TO    A  CLOTH 61' INCHES WIDE, 15 cents.  Special Bargain, per yard, ioc.  350  YARDS  FLANNELETTE,  SPL ENDil) PATTERNS, REGULAR 121  FOR      7i  cent*. , - ,   . i,."  rhe    iotbiop  S|>ecails       |g  WRAPPERETT  2f)0  YARDS  IN   DIFFERENT   .      SHADES              AND            PATTERNS  FOR MORNING "JACK ETS,   WRAPPERS,  WAISTS,  ETC.  .EGULAR 35 for si7* cents.  .A)  YARDS    SWANSDOWN,   REGULAR,  30 CENTS, for 21 CENTS .yd  -������������������������������������'       it -- ....        i ���������      . .=-_���������.--_������������������ *-���������       PRETTY WAISTS  NUNS'-VEILING WAISTS���������in Cardinal,   Blue  and   Cream, ~NOT extra-"  . vagently priced, aa you'll agree when you've    seen     the BEAUTIES WE  ARE SELLING  AT  $1.50  CHINA "SILK WAISTS in Sky.. Blue   and Ivory, unlined,  made  with  insertion and  tucks.   REGULAR, $4.00 ~~   *     "  SUITS FOR MEN  Suits to be sold   at BIG Reduction    as     we     liaVe    only broken sizes.  " Early customers will h3 repaid twice  over  for their trouble in shopping  here. - ��������� ~"  BOYS' SUITS, less than $1.00 a garment,  Surely   no  need for Mother  to   make 1hem  when SO LITTLE MONEY will save her  time and preserve   her  eyesight.  BOYS'  SAILOR   SUITS,   REGULAR, $2.50,  for $1.50.  BOYS  SAILOR  SUITS,   LONG  PANTS, REGULAR, $5.00 for $2.75.  FOR-$2.75.  THE NEW SILKS  NEW CHINA  AND TAFFETA SILKS -  For Childrens' Dresses, Ladies  Waists etc.,   '  TAFFETA   SILK���������27 inches wide, REGULAR E0 cents, for 35 cents.  CHINA SILK���������22 inches wide, REGULAR 36 cents  for 20 CENTS yd.  RUBBERS FOR ALL  MEN, WOMEN- AND CHILDREN-at BIG   REDUCTION.  OIL  CLOTHING   for 1 hinting   and   Fishing  at   the same REDUCTION all the other  goods  are going at.  CORSETS  THE BEST.to wear, now,  50c, 75c.   $1.00 and  $1.25  A  PAIR.  woivHEissTjE^  WOMEN'S  JERSEY  RIBBED VES TS���������Especially     adapted for' winter  wear, with light, sofl Silk Fleece inside, button fronts and long sleeves.-  REGULAR, $1-.00, SPECIAL 75c.  WOMION'S HALF-WOOL RIBBED VESTS���������With light, soft fleece inside-  bulton fronts and long sleeves���������REGULAR 80 CENTS FOR 00 CENTS.  LADIES NATURAL WOOL VESTS   AND DRAWERS   all sizes.     REGULAR PRICE, $1.25 SELLING  PRICE,   $1.00.  LADIES'   HYGIENIC      VESTS   Half Wool,        REGULAR, 75   CENTS FOR  45 CENTS.  " CHILDRENS' VESTS,  in  ribbed and "Hygienic, REGULAR,   35c.,  15c.,  and  50c.   NOW 25c,   35c,   and   40c. ttf  GREY [FLANNEL  Fine Canadian All-Wool, Grey FLANNEL, light,  Medium or dark shades  sold at 22.^ cents per yard. Was 30c.  THE  WELL-KNOWN *g tuta-***-*.   '  ,    KNIT-TO-FIT SWEATERS  Just arrived.      In  all  colors.  1 hey are well advertised here already  without further mention,   as  they have  heen   worn here  since  we  took  the agoncy a number of yeais  ago, and have given    good satisfact on to  everyone   who  lias   worn   thein.  Wo shouldn't sell (hem  under agreement price,  which is $3.50, hut as  long as tdic sale \v"Al he on, they -will  he sold  $2.95  I������  !������'  rS*f  O  o  o-  '������'  HENS' UNDERWEAR, Fleece Lined  MENS'   NATURAL WOOL  and  heavy ribbed     Scotish     Wool  UNDERWEAR to ,bc sold  at a BIG REDUCTION.  500 PAIR OF PANTS  Just arrived a few days -ago, wo ith up to $2.75, to lie sold at  LADIES' RAINCOATS  -BI G REDUCTION   FURS  FOR  THE   COMING  WINTER-  ;  Our FURS     are very  STYLISH,  six     lengths in froiitt.   Come in anclsee   our  furs���������Now  is  the  best time  to      buy���������-before cold  weather  com mences.      REGULAR  $4..50  for $3.00  $ 1.25 a Pair  HENS' CASHMERE SOX  Seamless, guaranteed fast color. Regular, 35 c. TO BE SOLD AT 20c  A PAIR.  MENS' HEAVY WORKING  SOX���������  All-wool.    Regular,   25c.   a pair,   to be SOLD  AT 20  CENTS.  A Pair  SEPTEMBER BLANKET SALE  CAN'T BEAT OUR PRICE.  Fine,  Unshrinkable,  while  wool  Blankets., Size 00x85.- Regular, $5.00  for $375  01x82,  Regular,   $5.75,   for   ,...;. M    $4.25'  .08x80,   regulai-;':$7.00, .for    ,.+......... ���������  ...'...   $5.00  SILVER    GREY  BLANKETS FRO M $2.00 up-to $5.00.     .   /  BLANKET-SHEETS,  White and Gr cy,  Regular,   $1.25,  for ..."   85c.  WALKING SKIRTS  DARK   MIXED  TWEEDS,   Good   range of Sizes,   also goes AT REDUCTION. "  BOYS' SCHOOL BOOTS  BOYS  BOOTS   on sale this  week.��������� GOOD,   Sensible  Old   Country   made  Boots,  that will give lasting wear   and     satisfaction.       Sizes   8   to 13.,  REGULAR  $i:50,  FOR   $125.  BOYS'  WORKING   BOOTS  ) 1 '  BOYS'    OLD-COUNTRY MADE BO OTS, ' with     nails  and  heel plates;  sizes  fiom  1 to 5.  Will give lasting   wear and   satisfaction.  REGULAR^ $2.25,  FO R     $1.50.  THE  BOYS'   BOOTS   Arc made of HEAVY CALF LEATHER.   The soles are EXTRA HEAVY, with  neat extension. Sizes I to5.     Regular,  $2.00  per  pair.  SPECIAL,   $1.50.    TNf^NTS~STTOES  INFANTS'  SHOES,   SOFT   SOLES  ���������All colors and sizes  from   1 to 5-  REGUL/.R,   50c,   FOR     25  CENTS.   1������;  '������!  THE WOMENS' SPECIAL  FINE DONGOLA BOOTS���������With    extention Edge,  and neat Cuban heels.  All  sizes.  SELLING   PRICE,'2.25,    SPECIAL,   $1.50.  WOMENS'   ami   CIIILDKIf.NS'   Fall and    Wiulei:      COATS Loose   Box ||  Backs    and   Tight-fitting,   black   and     Fawn  to   be sold   REGARDLESS 51  OF  COST.  ;k~���������;!"'**-~Jr���������;U   ���������<*   '*���������������  1  51  i NO COUPONS  > given s  *���������     with  sacrifice v  - ���������*  prices.  ������ ��������� ?  7K    A\     71s    Vt\     7-\*     .-K^*7K  Space Won't permit us to mention all the Bargains we are offering  CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF  'T NO coupons *f:  i given  ��������� '  with sacrifice  VL prices.  %~^K-%~^~~ir-&-tt.  R. S. WC  fgh &t.9  9  Ladijsmeth , ."I-i.**" .-3*>JV-* -w  -������������������> "  -OS-"*-      -  ' fi^���������"-*S*V.-'  ���������������������������:^-  DAItY   LEDGER  ^.���������1 ^'  LOCAL ITEMS  FOUND���������A sum of money. The  owner can have same hy calling at  this office, proving it, and paying  for   this  notice.  Mr.  Russell  Simpson went up  Nanaimo at noon.  to  Mr.   W.   McGirr,  Dominion  Expiess  Agent   or   Nanaimo,   passed   through  on   the noon train.  Operations      at the   Tyce   smelter  ceased .this morning.   The close-down  will Le a short one  ���������o���������  Mi. W. Walkem returned yesterday  from Dcwdney,  where he has     been  spending a holiday of several     'lays'  duration.  At  Wemrobe's   a new  consignment  of  Ladies'  Waists has   just come in.  They are in  silk and   satins, and  the  latest -stylos   worn    They all  go  in  his piescnt  saciilice sale.  Rest tobacco,  fruit and o������.idi*s at  Carter'a,  First Avenua.  News     from Nanaimo at 3 o'clock  (his afternoon  stales   thcie is noth-  in-** new in the slukc situation there  The following i.s a notice sent in  by thc Esquimalt ami Nanaim.o l*aii  way today for publication concerning Uie steamship schedule between  Ladysmith, Nanaimo ancl Vancou*. cr,  effective Sept. 30th, when the S S.  Joan sails from Nanaimo for Ladysmitli Fridays '5.30 p.m.; sails from  Ladysmith for Nanaimo Saturdays  G.00 a.m.; sails fiom Nanaimo for  Vancouver Satuidays 8.00 a.m ��������� sails  from Vancomcr for Nanaimo Saturdays 2.30 p.m ; sails from Nanaimo for Ladysmith Saturdays 5.3'l p.  m.  Fares between Ladysmith and Vancouver, one way, 3-2 50, rctuin, W 00  Fares 'between Ladysmith and Nanaimo, one way,  50  cents, icturn  7:1c.  Just     arrived���������Souvenir      leather  post-cards.  Also   aluminum post-card  (something new)   at  Knight's  Boole-  store.  THE CBTY BAKERY  THE   BEST,   AND ,N0TI1VNG   BUT     THE   BEST  X BREAD ��������� CAKES ��������� COOKIES ��������� and ���������jPIES X  A GOOD assortment of"1 FRESH CONFECTIONERY  1ST AVE.  A. LUCAS  PAINTING  AND   PAPERHANGING  Egg*  LADIES  STRING  TIES  Neatly and Artistically Done  Orders Promptly  Executed  S. ROEDDiNG  -   LADYSMITH  mSESSBEf  CANS  TO^VNSITE EXTENSION  Adjoining the old lownsito of  DUNCANS. V. I.  A small ,a*ea has been laid oft  at  in town lots which are i.. ��������� w ottered  5 Doz-of these Ties in by  express to day-Your Jcol-  or is among this bunch-.  Every color you can  think of-In every shade-  Extra long  35c. Each  Chatelaine Bags  65c. 75c. $1.00 to $2,00  Side Combs  15c. 20c 25c. to 50c pair  LOW   PRICKS   AN D ON  EASY TERMS.  The futi.ic  of  the Cowichan      District  and   Vancouver   Island  will  exceed  t-vpeefcations  and   this , is "a good chance for a safe and  profitable  investment.  i  BEE PLANS AND PRICES  Agents, J. STEWART J. H^ WHITT0ME  Back Combs  10c 15c 20c. 25c. to50c.  Bone  Hair Pin s-Every  Size and Shape  3 for loc, to 10c each  Walters &  * *i  Akenhead  WILL HAVE TO HAVE  ANOTHER EXPLOSION.  Fort Sai'l, Sept. 20.���������The forepart  of the wreck of the Bi iLish steamer  Chatham winch was blown up yesterday lias entnely disappeared, but  the slem must be ruithcr demolis-h-  ���������ed by dynaniite. There if. a hole 11(1  feet deep at the spot where thc  wreck rested.  $375���������Cash sccuies a fme_rcsidcnce in  the choicest part 0f the city. Only  $2'1>L more to'pay at lhc rate of  5,12 per month. Owner has invested o*.er 3*G(0 in impro'.cmtiil.s  Water  laid  on.   Fine  gaiden.  $1,500���������Cash and $1,500 in 5 years  at 6 per cent, buys 20-acie f.um  one mile from .Duncan. 12 acies  im-deii , cultivation. Ei'gilit-'rooined  house  and large  frame barn.  Ladysmith,  V.  Duncans,  3msi&  $280���������Cash    and    $100  on  moi tgage  hii}s  two  lots  each   00x120  only  a  few  yards   from   post-office.     Fine  iincstmcnt.  $100���������Cash ancl balance of $210 on  time buys a fine corner lot in.good  locality.  MUNICIPAL BYLAW  (. *. ��������� .   .. _- ���������**  A bylaw of the Corporation or the City of Ladysmith to authorize tin  raising -hy way of a Loan a sufficient, sum ol money to construct a������*  Elcctric  Plant for   tbe  said "Municipality.  Wheieas it is necessary and 0*M*e'lient that the Corporation of th-  City of Ladysnvth should construct a system of Electric Plant for the  purpose of rliriustiing Electric light lo   the     said   City   and  inhabitants  thereof,  AND WHEREAS a petition under Section (69) of the ��������� Municipal  Clauses Act has heen presented to the Municipal Council sigrte-d hy the.  -owneis of more than one-tenth in value of the real property in th*  City of Ladysmith as shown by tlie last revised Assessment Roll, .requesting the said Council to intioduce a By-law with the objects herein  set forth,  AND WHEREAS it will incur- an expenditure ef the sum of  $20,000 to construct the said Electric Li-jht system and it is desired  by the Council of the Corporation to laisc such sum by way of loan  ���������pen  lhe credit of  the Corporation   of the City of Ladysmith,  AND WHEREAS the whole rateable land and impro\emcnts oi  real property of the Corpoiation of the City of Ladysmith, according  to the last revised Assessment Roll for the year 1904, was $407,265,011  AND WHEREAS the total amount required to he raised annually by rate, for paying the debt which will be created hereunder, and  the lHterest thereon, and for crcat mg an annual sinking fund for the  payment oft of the said debt and interest within   28 years is  $1,800,  AND  WHEREAS   it  will  require an  annual  rate of 4J-  mills     in  Uie dollar  for paying  such new  debt and interest,  AND WHEREAS this By-law   may not be altered or repealed except -with the consent of thc Lieutenant, Governor in Council,  THEREFORE,   the   Municipal   C ouncil     of     the Corporation of the  City of Ladysmith enacts as follows  (1.)     It shall be lawful Ipr the Mayor *   of     the Corporation of the  HAY. 6RAIN AND  . FARM ������K0DUtE  Orders will be delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the low  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's,  oh th������  Esplanade.'.  JAS.  VARSTOOtL,  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 individual or company. Royalty at the  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds shall bc collected on the,  gross  output.  Quartz���������A free miner's certiCcate is  granted upon payment in advance of  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per arinum for  a company, according to capital.  A     free miner,  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  ruining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500 lias been expended or paid, the  locator may, upon having ,a survey  made, and upon complying with other requirements, purchase the iand at  $1 an acre.  Tho patent provides for thc payment of a royalty of 2| per cent on  the sales.  PLACER mining claims generally  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5, renewable yearly. , ���������  A free miner may obtain two leases  to  dredge  for  gold  ot  five miles  each for a term of twenty years, renewable at the descretion of. the Minister of the Intsrior.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation .within, one season from the  date of thc lease for eaeh five miles.  Rental,'' $10 per annum for each mile  of river- leased. Royalty at the rate  of 2,������-per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  "   W. W. CORY,  Deputy  of the Minister of the In  erior.  TTiTTMB'  BW  BARQAI  We are clearing out a few lines of  goods and can offer the following at  reduced prices.  ' - *,   ~ '  <��������� ' <  -MENS-RAIN COATS   R ejuilar   $3,25 r cw $2.co  ' BOYS' RAIN COATS, Regular $2.75.-now $2.oo . .  ",._/' MENS' OVERCOATS,'for $3.5o   /  MENS' ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR, 1.25 per-suit  LADIES'HEAVY UNDERVESTS ONLY, 5oc    -  <      - ' ���������  A special line of Dress Goods at 35c-  and 50c.      .       ;  I  ������������������������������������������  SIMON LEBER & CO ltd.  .    ���������**.  GATACRE ST  IABYRMITH  W*. G. Fraser  LADYSMITH  AERIE  O. E.   ':-:        :-:  NO.  686, F.  ���������-J  Meets in the Opera Home 1st and  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. Worthy  President B Forcimmer; Worthy  Secretary, C. H. Rummlngs.  NOTICE.  From this date the undersigned  will not bc responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on a  written order signed by.the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V.  I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1905.  "Appointments may be made at any  time for dentarl work at Dr. Dier'g  on High street '        st  Use Porter's Antiseptic Healing  Oil, freely guaranto-jd, for 6ale only  at the Drug Store. \.  Merchant Tailor.   -������ - j(rst|Avenue} '      ,  Fall Stock   on   hand. Call earlv and  get your choice  r*H  Hammer  Gtins at  20 PR CENT  . Discount for  CASH  Saturday Bargains  We have decided to reduce  our stook cf  HAMMER PUNS  ��������� _, * .  "So offer  these snaps  foi  Saturday.  The Ladysmith Hardware Co., Ltd,  ��������� ������������������.'������������������\  '���������XX  r  ** ���������  c  FOR  housi  ted.  RENT���������A     nice    five-Loomed  >;   all  neatly papered  and pain-  FOR RENT���������Nice   foui-ioomed hoiiM*  Water laid on.  $7  per month  Fire,   Life   and   Accident  Insurance.  Deeds,   Wills,     Mortgages,   Contracts  and   Agreements Drawn.  J. STEWART  Conveysncing     $-        Notary Public  P.  O. BOX 268  STOVES    AT  BARGAINS  Ofle No. 8 Cook Stove with  Reservoir $7.50  One N0.8 Ccok Stove $ 10.50  Heating Stove from $3.50  and upward  C,  PETERSON'S Store  Cor. 5th. and Roberts St.  n*i  Store    Lately     Occupied  by   John  ipson,   complete with  counter  fixtures.  Rent $15 per month, Apply to  RUSSELL SIMPSON  ave you tried *  NABOB TEA?  ���������Best 50c. Ceylon Tea in.the  Market  [orrisoxi s, iiaujo������uui,  WILLIAMS   BLOCK.    ��������� TELEPHONE 8-7  ;������*3*������=������Sg!gS*^^  SMOKED  risii  A Fresh Shipment of  smoked fish today, in-  cl tiding:  SMOKED SALMON I  SMOKfD HAUBUI  FRESH KiPPtRS  These are the first of  the feasons'goods and  are of the best quality.  'PHONE   2-4 PH������N������  24.  City of Ladysmith to horrow upon the credit of the said-Corporation  by way of debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any person br* persons  body or bodies corporate, who may be willing %to advance the s-ame as a  loan, a sum of money not exceeding, in the whole thc sum of ������f2T,000,  currency, and to cause Ull such sums so raised or received to" he paid in-  U the hands of thc Clcik of thesaid Coiporation, for the purpose ������nd  with thc object hereinafter   im'W*.  (2.) It shall be lawful for thc said Mayor to cause any numher of  debentures to be made, executed and issued -for such sums as may he  required, not exceeding, however, th e sum of **20,C00 in currency as may  be required, each of the said debentures being of the amount of $500.00,  and all such 'debentures shall he "scaled with the seal of the Corporation"  and signed by the Mayor thereof, and   counleisigntd   hy  the   Clerk  of  th������  said   Corporation.  (3.) The said debentures shall hear date the 1st day of October, -1905,  and shall be payable in 20 years'from the said date at the ofhee of lh������  Coiporation^of thc City of Ladysmith, Pro*, inoe of British Columbia,  and shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest ami  the signatures to the said coupons may be wiitten, stamped, printed or  lithographed.  (4.) The s-aid debentures shall bear interest at the rate of not exceeding 3 per cent, per annum from tho date thereof which interest  shall he payable, half-ycaily, at thc office of the Corporation of the said  City on thc first days of January and July in each and every year during the currency of the said debentures as expressed in the debentures  ������r coupons.  (5.) There shall bc raised and levied in each year during thc cur-  rsney of thesaid debentures the sum of,$1,0*00 for the paying of interest  *id the sum of $800 for the purpose of creating a sinking fund for the  payment of the debt due under thc said debentuies, making in all th������  sum  of $1,800.  (G.) For thc purpose of payment of thc said sums in thc next proceeding paragraph mentioned there shall bc levied in each year a special  rate of Ii nulls m thodollai on nil rateable land or improvements or  ieal property in the muiiii-ipality-of thi- said Coiporation of the Cily  t>f Ladysmith during the continuance of the said ���������debentures or any of  Miem. ... .      ��������� ;. -,.    (7.) It shall be lawful for the. s-aid City to redeem all or any of  'idle said debentures at par at any time after the cxpiraticn of., five  ���������rears from the date thereof upon giving six calendar' months' notice,  which ,'iotice shall be deemed io be sufficient given ' hy . a pulblioation.  thereof four times in the British Columbia ��������� Gazette and although tin*  .holders of the debentures mentioned In such notice he 'nq,t specifically  ������amed,. and after the expiration of l.he. said period of six months all  interest on. the said debentures, the numbrrs of which shall have been  published, as  aforesaid,   shall'cease..  (8!) This By-law before thc final passing thereof shall receive tin-  assent of the Electors'of .the City' of Ladysmith-in'the "manner pro-yitied in the Municipal  Clauses  Act and -amending  Acts  thereto.  (9.) This By-law shall tal'c effect on the 9th* day of October, A.'-..  1S������5. *..'.'''���������.''**'  This By-law may be cited h, r .  all      purposes   as  .."The  Electric  Light By-law.,  Read  first, time  11th  September, I'lOf). JV  Read sec-Ad lime 11 Ui day of P c-plembcr,  1905.'' J  Read  third  time 25th  day   or Spptcmbe-r,   lf)05.  .'..;'���������,:... JOHN  W. COBURN,  .Mayor...  J.  STEWART.  Clerk;  NOTTCE.  TAKE NOTICE   that  the above    is   a true  copy  of tlie propes-*.*'  by-law upon which   the vole  of   itho   Mm Icijality   will   he  taken  at    the  City  Hall  on the 7th. day  of  October, A.P. If 05,  from  8 a.m.   lo  4  p  m .*,''''���������' JOHN   STEWART,  City  Clerk.  J. Stewart will he returning officer.  DON'T BE   PERSUADED  WITH  SMOOTH    TALK     TO BUY EYEGLASSES OB* SPECTACLES  WHEN YOU DON'T-NEED  THEM.  OUR  PRACTICE   IS  NOT      TO  ADVISE   THEIR   USE  BY  ANYONE WHEN WE FIND THAT THE  SIGHT  IS NOT AFFECTED.  SMOOTH TALK  CA1.   CON-V1NCE YOU FOR THE T!ME B^  tMr  Tn.T vOTT NEED" GLASSES     AND.   LATER     OUi,-*���������(f  S^ilSlX: THIS   DOES  NOT: HAPPEN WITH  US.  .WE HAVE ANY NUMBER ���������-^���������*���������l$j^QS.  FROM RESIDENTS OF>THIS CITY     AND SURJOUNm  WE TEST YOUR EYES BY THE   LATEST-METHODS   FREE  OF  CHARGE     AND GUARANTEE   OTO^OMC.   WE   ME  RY THE BEST QUALITY OF  OPTICAL   GOODS.   OUR PRIC  ES ARE MODERATE.  B.FORCIMriER  WATCHMAKER,  JBWELER, OHTICIA^  Firs t Avenue,   XXX      Ladysnulli,   B. C  toves  Pattern and La fees-  We are making them 01 tha Newest  Styles.  WE BO ALL KINDS OF FOUNDRY  WORK  Our Trices arc Reasons,   blc  SEE OUR   NEW STOVESIN^BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS. ,-  .-.*.* '������������������'���������.'-";''';!'. and at ���������.L������'dy������mi(hrHardware.Ccmpany'    '.'_���������:  LADY5niTH IRON & STOVE WORKS CO������, \XtD.  , Dr.   Dior's  oflice  is  open evenings  and   uppoinUncmtn   can   he  made   for  work at any time through the week.  Only  first-class   dental  work   is tu rued out and it is  done at reasonable..  n'rices ��������� '���������  BOOTS AND SIIO ES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing *and  making to order   ft  speciality.  THOriAS   MCEVVAN  1st Avenue,. Ladysmith, B. C.  Dr.E. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  All "work guaranteed, and  at reasoa-  ahlo rates.  High St. Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  PAINTING^       PAPEHrlANQINO  ETC.  Work done properly and at     rlirht  prices.     Shop and  residemce  In real  of Ladysmith Hotel.  J. E. SMITH, Prop  Merchant T,nIors  La  d/<6'.������r c! Ctn'ts' Ck-.li.ts Made  Order.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTY" '��������� ,������V  LADYSMITH,   B. C.  (

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