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 *-/.  [LEGISLATIVE ASSE^^C-^',^  AIJj X  *XX '\������gtet*itVd A  -^V���������-���������:���������*J-a  V&  VOL.2,  SATURDAY, SEPT.  30,  lf'05.  .*<?'  "3 '" GCT-S~.!6G5'''  MURDER MYSTERY  REMAINS UNSOLVED  'Sherlock  Holmes" Declines to  Give Opinion of the Recent  Railroad Tragedy  The British Public Start Crusade  Against Present Style of  Compartment  London, Sept. 30.���������Though nearly  a week as passed smcc the body of  Miss Mary Mooney, -.of Clapman Jet.  was,found in the Merstham tunnel of  (he London and South Western railway, the mystery of her death remains  unsolved.  The outrage, however, has served  to start a crusade against the continued us-jj of tilie ccll-lil:e compartment cars of the British railroads,  uiul at least one road is said to  have countermanded alan.e older  for old  type cars in  cause-.-, ent-c   of  (he  crusade.  S:r Conan Doyle was asked, in his  capacity of Sherlock Holmes, to give  his opinion of the tunnel tragedy.  He declined, but warmly denounced  the present slyhj of cars and lack of  .protection for women travelling  alone. lie said:  '���������  1  thjn'v    it perfectly scandalous  that     such a state of affairs  should  l:e  allowed     io exist.   Any  railroad  compr.ny  not  reserving  at" least one  carriage on  ('.very   train  ought  to he  held   lesponsil-lc   and   pay , compensation   where    a woman   is   muiilcred."  DIED DECLARING MS  E  King Goes to  the Gallows  Protesting Against ^His  Sentence  Murd rer of Miss Hay ward  Suffers Capital Punish-^  memt  MANY INJURED  AT  COAL   CREEK  A serious accident occurred -it Coal  Creek, near Feruie, on Saturday evening, several men employed at the  new tipple started to return to Fei-  nic on a handcar. The railway grqde  is heavy, and fast time is usually  made in going down. The handcar  was loadedr down with thirteen persons, and when' approaching the coke  ovei s at the fool of a long grade, at  a great - speed, the. car jumped thc  track,t! rowing thc passengers in an  directions. Some of them wore very  seriously hurt, necessitating their te-  niovai lothe hospital at Fernie.  while others received wounds more or  less severe and the balance wcre badly shaken up. This is the second  time that, such an accident has happened. The first one, two months  ago.   was caused  by an  open  switch.  BRAWLS AT THE  ROYAL   C-ITY.  WILL  REAlAlN  TO  WELCOME  ROYALTY.  Simla,  Sept.   30.���������Thc  departure af  Lord and Lady Cur/.on-lias been postponed, as  King Edward desires   the  viceroy  to  remain and officially  welcome  the  Prince  and Frincess       of  Wales.    They   will,   therefore,   reach  Bombay in time to preside at     the  ceremonies connected with thc  arrival of  the royal party and win     sail  thence for  England Nov.  IS.  .New   Westminster,   Sept.   38.���������"For  Ucai s ;  s;u.ti    uu> s,  aie  yu  a-^o.n     uj  st-im    -|iy aii.u    ate vne iii.es <j'   ih.srl  iA.Ci,.,   Jtrieip..'" -   ��������� V  'vibiicii were the cries that rang out  along v-oiuiii-iiiii-'.-since last nig-ni at  auou't ������������������ :.iu'o'citicic, ami     soon a  big  ''trovvd ���������    of int-oit-si.L'ii specialors  nuu  .���������gathered on the s.dewaiK. in ironfc oi  iyiuir s store,. where a terrilic' struggle was , in progress*. The centre o<  the nice was a big mail of powerful  built and doubly strong with the  strength of a maniac, whom "Officers  Doimny ��������� and McDonald, with thehelp  of a, couple of -.- passers-by. were endeavoring to capture. Back and  forth over the sidewalk .the struggling men stamped and twisted. Of-  iicer Pominy's helmet fell oil in, the  struggle, and the guardian of the  peace felt quite lost without it.  "Will nobody hold me helmet on?"  gasped the exasperated officer,' and  someone of the interested spectators  cf tho scene obligingly complied.With  renewed strength thc ofliccr got into the fight again, and soon the  cause of ail the trouble was lying, on  his / hack on the sidewalk with one  officer on his head, a couple more on  his chest, and other helpers scat ter-cd  at various ��������� points along his recumbent form, while Officer Doiniiiy clipped his hand culls around his wrists'  "' The man came into the city on the!  delayed eastern train last night. He  had been running wild round Westminster Junction for some days, and  the train hands managed to get him  to board the train for N'ew Westminster. On ari-i\a'. he' was handed  over to the police, but despite the  ���������officers' diplomatic promises of good  food and medicine he objected stren-  ��������� uousiy to going to thc station; He  told thc officers that ��������� he had spent  days and.nights in lhe river and;was  continually . promising to go some,  ���������where and get a check for $100. He  is being examined, as to his sanitv  tliis morning.  Thc exhibition made itself felt in  the New Westminster police court  this morning. Last; night thc cells  were crowded to their fullest while  this morning no fewer than eight  cases were called. Of the cases the  great majority wcre drunks, and hi  ���������hails and fines the police collected (  $18,50 from the gentlemen who had  imbibed the wine that maketh glad  the heart of man.  EARTHQUAKE   LEAVES  150,000  HOMELESS.  New   York,  - Sept.     30.���������Already  three  weeks have elapsed since,    the  earthquakes around Calabria, hut the  amount of damage done has  notytJ,  been   fully   ascertained,   says   a Herald      despatch from Naples.    It  is,  however,   known    t.i������.t      more   -.haii  150,000   people, are" homeless.    o���������  PREPARING FOR ....  THE  POLAR TRIP.  Skagway,   Sept.   23.���������Late arrivals  from     Dawson report that the first  steps     to   be taken  by  Dr.  Variclo,  managing   director   oftheYukon Polar  Institute,   recently   formed,'  to  enlist  the     services of men for the polar  trip has-'just been begun by   writing  letters to  the noted  "mushers-'      of  the Yukon,, asking. them to enroll ror  the expedition.    The letters ,ask  the  men   if they  will   be willing  to   join  the undertaking if they are placed on  salary during the trip, and   to state  also  if they can  flnd.it-,convenient to  take      part* in  the big  experiui.mtal  trip in the Yukon basin the coming  winter. It is fully expected many favorable replies win be received  by the  doctor.   Already   many  letters    have  arrived  from those interested  in Polar    research     on   the outside,   who  have heard  of the proposed t-ip and  desire to  join the Yukoners.  Actual work has been  t-egun . in the  way of gathering models of the best  styles  of Yukon   sleighs   for  carrying  big loads   on the   trip   to  the North  Pole,   and  as an  incentive  to others  to   help  in  this work  Governor  Mc-  Inncs  will  give.three handsome prizes.    One  prize  will be  for the most  practicable   sleigh   for   carrying       a  thousand pounds of freight,    to     ������    e  drawn  by  a mule or horse;  the second   for the best sleigh   to be drawn  by dogs,  and  the third  prize  will he  for the best sled  to bc heated inside  with  artificial  heat  for  the carrying  perhaps of  frcezables.  Edmonton,   Alta.,   Sept.   80.���������Chas.  King     paid the full  penalty  of  thc  law al seven,this  morning    for    thc  murder of Hay ward,  at Lesser Slave  Lake in September,   lfJO-1.    He went  up to      the scaffold    unassisted  and  'quite  cool.  ' lie     ate    a hearty  breakfast,  and  when Radcliffe knocked announcing he  had come for him,   King said:  "I do not know what you are  hanging me for, I am an innocent  man. God l.nows I ,ain- an inncoeut  man." , ;���������  K^  Father     Jan  repealed   thc Lord's  Prayer,  and King  responded without  a quiver. J^ili.1*'  UNKNOWN J\i*\N llROWNED  IN ERASER RIVER.  New Westminster, Sept. 2f>.���������The  police have as yet been'unable lo"  identify the body of thc well dressed  man which was found floating in the  river yesterday, hut. from papers  found m his pocket he is supposed to  have heen a well-to-do farmor from  the Northwest. The sum of $83 in  cash was also found in his pockets.  From the number of maps and notes  of descriptions of farms found n his  pockets, H is supposed that the man  had gone up country .to look, over the  land with a view to purchase. The  papers were from Vancouver  firms.  ARRANGEMENTS  ARE KOI  SATISFACTORY  An      error      appeared jra  our last  night's   edition  in  giving   the  rates  per S.S. Joan to Vancouver and return.    It  is   $3.75,  and not  $3.00.  Every     time one wishes to go to  Vancouver  they must first pay  fare  to, "and   journey   through,   Nanaimo.  This is  not what the people of La-  nysmith  expected,  and  is   not      "a  steamer     to      Vancouver.      As the  schedule now is, it     win not accommodate  those who  wish to  go     to  Vancouver,     'have a few  hours       in  which    to 'transact  business,   aud re-  Uiru  the same day,  for Saturday is  not. a good  day for transacting business,      as all wholesale houses close  at noon, and   the fact that  the stay  ���������in  that city   on  Saturdays   will    Ijc  only alxiut      two ,hours, gives little  time.    The following day  being Sunday,  there  is no return boat  to Nanaimo.     s :t is, the people win continue  to  travel  much  as heforc,   by  the Transfer,  or go to Nanaimo and  take   two  nights and  a part  of  the  third   day  in  which  lo spend three  hours 36 miles awav from home.  TORONTO  WOKLD MAKES  AN   APOLOGY.  Montreal, Que., Sept. 2!)���������The Toronto  World  this morning  apologizes  to  the Montreal city council  for the  criticism   of   its   members   regarding  the  Montreal   Gas   Company's   franchise.        The   apology   was   brought  about   through   threatened  action   for  librl  hy     Aldermen L. A.  Lapointe  and Loins   Payette.  VALCANO IS ACTIVE IN  The Santiago is in -^Violent  Eruption and Spouts Hot  Water^oh Vessels  Millions   of Coffee Trees  ~are Destroyed [by Boil- -.*���������  ing Lava  Mazctlan, Mexico, -Sept. 30:~ The  Santiago volcano,*'-'* in Nicaragua, is  in violent eruption, and is throwing  water awl hot rocks over a considerable area. Passengers arriving* here  on Pacific mail steamers and on the  Cosmos liner, from the si-ulh. report  that hot waiter fell on tlie- vessels  at several ""locations;, off the coast of  Nicaragua. ���������  At     the    port  of Corinlo it was  said that millions of coffee trees had  been  destroyed   by boiling la\'a falling  upon them.  WANT TO  HEAR   FROM  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  London,     Sept.  29.���������The Manchester  Guardian  says:   "We  are hearing  what  all  the world   thinks about the  Japanese     Alliance except our  own  colonies.       There is somewhat       of  grim hlankncss  in thc .masses of tele  grams  where extracts from Canadian  and  New   Zealand   newspapers should  be.    We  have-been  looking  for   messages  from  British   Columbia  to saj  that  thc legislature  would not  pass  again   thc   repeatedly  adopted   hill of  forbidding   Japanese   to  set  foot  in  that province.  RUSSIAN NEWSPAPER  MAN  BUNCOED   ON   STEAMER.  Toronto,      Out.,   Sept.   29��������� Serge  GovernolT,   formerly   owner  of      the  Nov!  Kai,   a paper   in  Port  Arthur,  Manchuria,      a well 'dressed Russian  about "35   years  of  a������-e,   is  strand-':d  at the Palmer "House here without a  cent,   and  is mourning  the loss       of  $(il)0  which  passed  from him. :n      a  confidence "game   with  a slick  gentleman he mot on the steamer i'-iuic,  on  which  Serge Governot  was   travelling to New York.  CHURCH NOTICES  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Rev. R. Boyle, pastor.  Morning Service���������11 a.m.  Sabbath   School���������2.30   p.m.  Evening   Service���������7   p.m.  Bible study class, Wednesday evening  at 7.30.  CHURCH OF ENGLAND.  Morning Service���������11 a.m.  Children's   Sunday  School���������2:30.  Evening serrice and sermon���������7 p.m.  Rev. R. Bowen, Rector.  METHODIST CHURCH.  Rev. W. C. Schlichter, pastor.  Morning Service���������11 a." m.  Evening Service���������7 p.m.  Sunday School���������2.30 p. rn.  At the Mjlhodist Church the regular monthly service for the children,  and their parents', win be held . tomorrow at ll:o'ciock a.m.  Th* subject, "Temperance," with  illustrations.     Everybody is  invited.  FADS IN AUSTRALIA  In. Australia they have tried to  b.uiid. a tower high enough to reach  some ������ort of promised land where the  hard work and hunger are not to he  found. The result suggests' the Tower of. Babel, for though the failure is  not so marked the measure of confusion foil- lhe-attoui.pt is not small.  IMr. C. S. Larkc in discussing Australia recently, was unable to say much  that is encouraging of the old age  pension aiid the arbitration piajis as  wor..ed out . in the Common wealth.  The schemes are good enough, pcr-  ha| s, but the Australians have not  yet reached that perfection of character which will some day enable  them to steer between paternalism  and cumbersome state machinery on  the one hand, and the horrors of wholly selfish competition on the other,  Thc leading impression Mr. Larke  seems to have of Australia, as a Canadian representative, is that it is a  good place for Canadians to steer  clear of. When thc-.people pf the Com  lnonwcaith have secured sonic of the  desirable things at which they have  been somewhat; wildly aiming, there  win be another story to tell. They  are a fearless folk and have no distrust of the untried and the novel;  which iu itself is admirable enough  and indicates that sometime in the  future their experiments will be successful. The \vorld may then profit  ���������by the result.  Meanwhile, Australia, although a  vast and undeveloped land, has a problem of the unemployed, a problem of  -tilie pensioned, and those who want  pensions but cannot get them, and o'  those who object to paying pensions  of others. And there are other problems, numerous enough- Compared t  our Australian friends the Canadians  'eeem to be leading the simple life.  LADYSMITH  WINS AGAIN  Triv-ato' despatches   from   Portland  say that  Ladysniilli defeated  the Kil  vinbank   team  yesterday at   football  -1-0,  and   today  are  playing  agafjnst  the     Oregonians in  the final  match"  for thc championship.  HILL DENIES   RELATIONS  WITH THE  V.W. ���������'& Y.  - c-  Seattle, Wash., Sept. 30.���������J. J.  Hill, president of the G real Northern Railway, and party reached this  city late yesterday and iu. the even-  ing were entertained at the Rainier  Club. During the evening Mr. Hill  made a speech in which he look occasion to criticize the people of  Washington state for ,thcir action of  the Railway ^commission. .,To the As  sociated Press Mr.-Hill said*:  "The name of the Great Northern  has , been associated: with the project  cd Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon  line, but the rumor is without foundation. In fact, the first I knew of  this proposed failway movement was  since  reaching thc coast."     ,'  PRICK FIVE,   CENTS.  ^tENT STORM  VISITS GULF COAST  Vessels  are  Swept Ashore  and  Water Destroyes Houses and  Floods Wharves  Barometer Registers Same as in  '94 When Storm Killed  20,000 Ptopk  New York,   Sept.  30.���������A- despatch  last night <from  New Orleans to   the  Tribune     says:  Although  no details  have   been   received  here   up   to  the  present  time,  it   is-believed  that the  entire Gull coast has . suffered  one of  the   worst     storms in  tho last ten  years.      The barometer ."tonight.';  registers the same  as it  did   in  1894,  when   20,000   people  were  killed  and  their   bod.'ies  were found  -'n  the  tcPs  of trees along the coast.  ���������_Telephone   messages received here  today   indicate that   for   the   iast, 21.  hours a terrible   storm has been aging along     the entire gulf Coast and  ; that  a numher of vessels     //e   heen  swept     ashore.   So     far,   no bodies  have been washed ashore.  At  nine  o'clock   tonight  the barometer   registered . just as  it  did    in  189-1-,-'when  the fishing camps        all  along  the Cammandierer islands  suffered and  hundreds /were killed.    Reports     received    tonight show that  bath houses and other buildings haae  been    swept  away  along ^Ihe coast,  and  that 'the-.storm is constantly increasing, in  violence.    At Gulf Port  the water  is  already over the railroad   wharf  and  the same is true at  Milnob-urg  and other  boats.  WELLINGTON COAL  II is reported that, a huge gang of  Chinamen are engaged for railway  grading'on tbe Island. No particulars are given out but the repoit, if  true, would indicate that there will  be an extension of the E. & N.  railway next summer. It is, however, most likely that legislation ���������"Will  be asked for of the Provincial Government at its next session before  such   work   is  undertaken.  EVERYBODY MUST VOTE.  Thursday night. there was an informal meeting of soverai of the aldermen to t-Kik over the hours that  the polls will-lie open on the (ilh. It  was found by thein to be practically  impossible to change the hours that  the poll can remain open, the statute  being mandatory and saying "shall  open at 9 a. nv. and close at '1 p.  in." If any other hours wcre set it  might invalidate the election and  bends* voted at such an election be  void. However, it is still being looked into by thc aidernian. and if any  way can bc devised it will lie done.  As there is no member of t-hc board  who wishes to see ..any man deprived  of a chance to record his views for or  against the measure. If there is no  other way found it may be possible  to arrange for the miners train to  conic down a .utile earlier on voting  day. by having everything in order:  easi.y vote before four o'clock if tho  train came, in at 3.30. The matter  will bc brought, up and discussed' on  Monday night at the Council  meeting.  SIX MEN   ARRESTED  ON CHARGE OF MURDER  Iagcrsoll,   Sept.   29.���������Geo... Dennis,  George Hartsell,   Rwart  Bell,   Geo.  Bower and  Thomas Wilson,  all    of  Ingersc-ll,  Ont.,  and John Campbell,  a farm laborer who has resided two  miles south   of Ingcrsoll,   were     arrested charged   with   the   murder    of  I.   Wright,  whose: body: was found in  thc  river yesterday.    All  the prisoners-have been remanded until Friday.  IS IN DEMAND  CURIOUS MISHAP  TO     THE      ALKL  The Alaskan Steamship Comyanys  sk-anier, Jefferson, which reached Seattle at noon yesterday from the  north, brought word to the effect  that a bolt of lightning struck the  .steamer Ai-Ki while the vessel was  crossing Milibank Sound, bound for  Skagway. It split in twain the fore-  lop-mast, magnetised the compass  and killed a cat, the mascot of thc  crew.  Caplain Nord, of the steamer Jefferson says Captain Thompson of the  Ai-ki- informed him that he was  forced to tie up at night because it  was dangerous to proceed without a  compass- When the Jefferson reached Ketchikan, September 25th.. bound  south,   the  Ai-ki   was  in  port.  There .was a severe, storm on Mii-  bank Sound when the Ai-ki was cros  sing that body of water. It is- believed tliat-a dcckioad of iron attracted the lightening, affected thc  compass. Capt. Thompson said that  as soon* as he got rid of the iron  cargo he would probably bc able to  adjust the compass so that it could  be used. Tt is lil-'ciy that llio Ai-ki  will be compelled to proceed slowly  from   Ketchikan to  Skagwav.  M.   Seie,  who left Ladysmith      a  few   weeks since for a trip along the  coast  and to California,  is. back in  Ladysmith    and      will  soon resume  work  in     the   .mines.'   Mr.  Seie says  that  work is  readily   to  be  found at  any      point   he   visited,   $75,00   per*  month being '.'offered at  Los Angeles  for  bridge v.;o*rlc He visjted the West  minster  fair  on   his  way  back,   but  found   things not yet ready for   :   a  good   display   and   the   weather    not  pleasant.      In  San .Francisco', ��������� Mr.  Gelp     says tli-cre is a great demand  for   Wellington coal.    Teams,   on the  arrival   of   the   last   collier      .from.  Ladysmilih,   were  on  the  bunkers   at  four  o'clock in, the morning so as to  get two loads.   More than 250 learns  were    lined   up waiting a chance  to  load.      There is  very  little coal' in  i San Francisco and  what  there is  is  of poor quality."  ���������    As  the Cumberland  mines  are now  j shipping    0,500  tens  per  day.  their  j largest output, and  a good output is  j made in Ladysmith,  it will be readily  seen  that  the  winter's   demand.  'for fuel coal  will be gpod, and   -the  reopening of the Nanaimo  mines will  in no  way cause over-production for  at least months to come,  if at. all.  Meantime,   the  opening of   smelters  J and building up the coast  will cause  ! a constantly     increasing market for  ' thc--Island  collieries.  STRIKE   IS   LIKELY .'.:'  TO   BE SETTLED.  From reports received  from  Nanaimo    today,   it     looks very much as  though   a settlement  of  the* difficulties has been reached and that   Uie  miners.' meeting called for this evening would endorse the actions of the  committee,  and call off  the strike.  YIELD IN  THE   WEST IS LARGE  "it     /i\     ���������*'%.    /I*      ">'\    71*     ?*"     /t\     "i\     7i\     As  SPORT  >..-    \i' y^ 5".^ *'.*    y -y; m; i"** M.'    *���������>���������  FOOTBALL���������  New Yrork,  Sept,  30���������The  football  season at all the larger universities  and  Colleges,  with   the exception  of  Y'ale,   will  bc opened   today.   Columbia     plays   Union  at  the  American  League park this afternoon.   Harvard  meets      Williams at Cambridge and  Pennsylvania  plays  Lehigh   at  Philadelphia.  yi_*fL_i|i_  -*���������!������������������-.������������������'-'  NEW  STEAMSHIP* SERVICE  SOUTHAMPTON  TO  NEW  YORK  London,   Sept.   30.���������A  new,   though  round-about   steamship service     between  Southampton and New   York-  was   inaugurated   today  by   thc sailing  from  Southampton of  the royal  mail steam  packet company's steamer Tagus,   which.,  after calling       at  West   Indian   ports,   will   proceed   to  New  York.   The service will  be fortnightly.  MARINE  \j,s *\t.-*      V*.-*      Vf"*       \t.f y/      ���������*��������� I -*      \l..'      \|/       \*.������������������      \i s  Manila, Sept. 30.���������Thc British  sleamec Chang Sha, asteamcr ot  ���������3,300 tons, belonging to the China  Navigation Company, was overdue  .'Ii hours from Hong Kong today,  and it was feared that she had encountered the recent typhoon and  had   met  with  disaster.  New York, Sept. 3S.���������The steamer  Bluecher from Hamburg was in  wireless communication with Sias-  coiisef. at 5 o'clock this morniiii-  when TO miles east, of Nantucket  Lightship. She will probably dock  about eight o'clock Sunday'morning.  The steamer Columbia, from Glasgow, was in wireless communication  with Siasconsct at 5.30 o'clock this  morning when 1.10 miles east of  Nantucket Lightship. She will probably dock about '8 a.m.  Sunday.  HONORS    FOR WITTE.  St.      Petersburg,   Sept.   30.-   M.  Witte has boen created a Count,  A letter received by a friend of  Dick Robert's late of the Abborts-  fcrd Hold from Kamioops reports  same 'but 'not very wen marked im-.  proivcme-nts in his tfoulhie. He is  lhin.l-.ing of going South for the  winter.  Skagway, Sept. .28-���������The bulk of the  freight for interior points has now  nearly all passed White Hcrse. and  if there was any danger of this year's  shipments not reaching their destination it should an be over by"i.he present time. Thc manner in which the  wa'er has kept up in the river has  helped the White Pass people out to  a great extent. An that now remains to come in are lhe perishables,  and these. . arc being rushed into At-  lin and down into Dawson and other  liver points. The passenger trallic  coming out is increasing. Large  crowds are now coming up on every  boat.   Manv  are  from   Eairbanl.ns.  The grain crop of tho west is turning out a much heavier yield from the  spouts of the threshing machines than  was expected when the crop was growing in the fields. The latest report issued by the Canadian Pacific Railway  shows that the average yield of  ' "wheat is close on twenty-live bushels  lo the acre, while the majority of  lhe estimates so far have placed it at  about twenty.  The oat crop     is a marvellous one,  in nearly an districts it reaches sixty bushels     lo the acre.   The general  | grade of the     wheat is one-nortti-ern,  though there is considerable one-hard  in the country..   W7et weather has in-  : terfered ���������  with     threshing  operations  ���������but during   the past week there have  been   favorable conditions   throughout  j thc west, and the marketing    of the  ; wheat has     reached a figure of more  .' than half a million bushels a day. It  is reaching the terminal elevators  at  Fort WiHiam and Port Arthur at the  rate of Jive hundred cars a day.  AireadyS'l.OOO.OOO has been distributed among the farmers of the west  by elevator companies. Business activity has been greatly stimulated.  PRICE FOR E & N. R AIL=  L WAY AND LAND GRANT  Bulglar���������All   I want  is   your   money,   lady!  Old    Maid���������Go   away,   wretch���������you  are  just like all   the   oilier men     I  know,  Thc 'price paid by the C.P.R. forth v K. & N.. Railway and lan-1  grant has not been made, public, and  reports have never as to thc price  the present owners paid. The Canadian Pacific report, has just been issued and refers to this transaction  as follows:  M-'oi-   the  purpose   of  reaching-       the  trade  and  participating  in  the development  of   Vancouver   Island,        the  directors secured   the necessary legislation  and  made  t-hc requisite agreements   to enable the  Company   lo acquire  control  of  the  Esquimau  and  Nanaimo  Railway  extending;,     from  Victoria to Wellington, a distance of  78   miles.      The.   Esquimau   and   Nanaimo Railway Company owns a* land-  grant   on   Vancouver  Island   of    ap-  |ir.-ixinia(ie.iy    IAiOO.000   acres.    Shareholders  will  be asked  to  authorize a  lease     of thc    railway  of  the  Esquimau   Company  to  this  Company  for  a term of years, at a rental equal to  the     interest at Hie rate of 4 per  cent,   per  annum,  payable  on bonds  , from     time   to time issued  by  that  ..Company,  to an amount not exceeding $30,000  per mile of the railway,  upon   the.condition   that  the  Esq-ui-  nialt   Company shall  apply  the proceeds      of all  sales of land  towards  j the redemption of  said bonds at par  until such time as thc total amount  ( of said  bonds  outstanding shall have  ! been  reduced     from  $30,000 per mile  to .U-IJO.) per mile of the railway."  This  is  all   the  report, says  about  the matter,   but the .inference would  he that at the end  of the time when  the bonds have been reduced by tho  sale      of   lands   to ?14,000   per   mile  that   the    debt  would bc  cancelled.  This  would indicate a bonded indebtedness of $14.0-00 per mile,  which the  C.P.R.   takes  over  and pays apparently  $10,000 per mile, or $.1,248,000  So if this explanation is correct, tho  last figure is the price paidj _( ���������nda***-*  DAILY LEDGER  THE DAILY LEDGER  Published   every day except Sunday.  .BY        THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  BO cents  a month;    $5  per  year   in  advance.     Advertising rates on application.  ^^^vpwpvy^wwv^^  We're/oicrioaded this.. Fan  with Tailor Made  itagyr--**-  *������a*  and '\\c want you to  hdp us unload. To do this  Suits and Coats  we commence-  Si-  EsiJ.  ���������ai'"-  ISLAND  ORE BODIES.  Walter    Jones,     and Tom Strange  have returned  to   town after  spending three months  in the copper sec-  t'.on hack  of Ladysmath some  18 or  20  miles.    'U-cy have made some locations     which  Ihey  consider  good,  and,     judging    from   , thc     sami'1-.s-  brought     in, they are right, in their  judgment.    On one  group,  near Co'wi  eh an  Lake,  they have done considerable  development   work,   resulting  iu  showing up a body of  low grade ore  40  feet or  more   thick.  Very few prospectors have been  in  that section; .that  is, any  more than  lo  stake  oil claims and perhaps  revisit     and rest-ike the ,next  season-.  That there are large ore  bodies     in  this  pari  of  the   Island   awaiting development  seems   very   certain.     So  far  as shown by   the small  a-mqunt  "of  work  done the   ore  bodies  in  the  section  back  of   Ladysmith arc  low  in  grade,   although not enough  work  has  as yet been  done to prove this,  but  even   if this   is   the case,      with  transportation at.  reasonable rales-it  that there arc mines that'1  ON   SATURDAY, SEPT. 30TH.  At   crowd   drawing prices,  some of which  are here men- g^  tioned.  Ladies'      Black   and   Darl-  Grcy J-lciigth   COATS. Also  Fawn      covet 1    <'iolli   snort  COATS.  Value  up  to     *1 *-���������-"*������������������  SltePiico#2.,5  u  is clear i    t-nat  iiu-m u.--o in...*...   -...*..  can  hy  proper development he  made   ^u  profitable to work,  and it seeing on- '  ly fair     to expect that   well  di reeled  development   work will show up hundreds  of good  prospects,  some       of  which should prove of  value.  11 costs some money  tjo make    a  mine,  even   is the   surface showing is  good.   It, is often said   "a mine  that  paid  from   thc grass-roots."  There  are  such   .properties,       but  they  are     not   found  too frequently.  As  an example of ijic  cost of developing  a. property,   the Nickel   Plate,  Similkaineen,  is  now  producing-frcmi  owned by  lhc Marcus Estate in   the  $1,000  to $2,nnn  a day,  but it  cost,  says Mr. Rogers, tho. manager,  SSOO-  000.to ii-et   it, on  a paying basis. Tho  Britannia,   al though  so   favorably situated  for development, and   Uans-por-  l.at'ion,   has.cost   nearly   the     same-  amount of money  as has -.the Nick j  Plate, and has not as   yet produced  a dollar.  These examples  go to shmv that it  will  require money and lots of it to  make'producing mines   of  our  Island  ore  bodies,  but, if  prospectors  would  all  show  the same  amount of energy that  Mcssis.   .Jones   and   Strange  are   showing  hy   doing   development  work ������o  Tar  as possible   through  thc  season,   it  would  not be  long  until  strong  companies  Avould   become  interested      in forwarding such..work,  and if, as-now seems assurrcd,  large  bodies     of pay' ore in the neighborhood   of <:Ladysmith' are   found,   good  will result to the entire community.  Ladies'      Black  BEAVER  COATS, twilled farmer satin-lined.     Ladies'  Fawn and  ���������Reseda     Beaver and   covert  cloth   Coals,     and '   Fancy  Tweeds   in Navy  and   Grey,  lined     with  twilled   farmer ,  satin.  NOT   ONR  WORTH   LESS  THAN       $10.00 and  up      to  $15.00.  Sale Price $5-00  LADIRS'   ICXTRA   QUALITY      FALL AND  WINTER  i|   COATS-  in   I'l-tck  Satin  and   Bi-av-  er,  and  Black Satin  Lad'cs''  Cloth,   Fawn,   Brown.     and  Reseda Co-.ert Cloth,    Fawn  Bcii-.ii'      Cloth   and   Fancy  Tw('-ds.      Some    are   lined  with      I.lack,    some      with  Fawn,    , ami    ollurs      with  Twilled   Satin.  '  NOT   ONR   :J.N   THIS   LOT  WORTH       J.ESS      THAN  .t'l.fiO  up  to $30.00.  Sale ?nw$7.50  THRRE   DOZEN  LADIES'  TAILOR- MADR   SUITS   in  all   Colors.  Not one     in  this lot, less  than $20.00 and  up  to $."10.00.  n-VTlCS J-.-.00 I'liK DAY  ROOMS  BAR SUl'l'LIUD WITH Eli*:  WINES, LIQUORS, CIOAKS*  [squimalt  9  91  BeBt accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and l**^*������������������**] c  A. J. McAlURTRlE, Proprietor  ���������Newly fitted up and  Furnished  Good tallies and good  Rooms  PORTLKND HOTEL  JOHN GOGO.PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra well  Stocked  The New Western Hotel  "     .Ji  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board. ���������  Our Bat is newly liUedup.and well supplied and is in charge ol  JOS. PELLIGRINELLi  This  Hotel has   been  completely    Board and'lodging $1.00 per day.  renovated.  HOTEL    PRETORIH  ** JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied with  the  Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-:  :-: :-: Ladysmith' B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  ���������������������������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ���������������������������������������������  STEAMSHIP   SCHEDULE   BETWEEN   LADYSMITH,   NANAIMO  VANCOUVER.  (Effective Sept.  30till)  &  Sails  from   Nanaimo for  Ladysmitli  Saturdays  Sails   from  Ladysmith  for Nanaimo Saturdays  Sails   from Nanaimo for Vancouver Saturdays .  Sails  from   Vancouver  for  Nanaimo Saturdays  5.30 p.m    C.00 a.m.   8.00 a.m.  ....... 2.30 p.m.  Sails  from   Nanaimo  for  Ladysmith-Saturdays ....':. 30 p.m.  FARES   BETWEEN   LADYSMITH   AND VANCOUVER,  one way, $2.50  Return,   $3.75.*  FARES   BETWEEN   LADYSMITH, AND  NANAPWO,   one way  50 cents,  ,    ' Return,  75 cents.  GEO.'"L.* COURTNEY. '  8C Govt.  Street,  Victoria B.C.  Dist. Freight &. Pass. .Agt  Low Round Trip Rates  -VIA-  1 TICKET   OFFICE  and Yates Sta.,  Sale Price  $1250  'Can you sew?"  he asked anxious-  so shall you rip,"  ^^ 4 Dozen Childrens' Navy Blue and Cloth  ^J Reefer Coals, Regular $2.00, $2.50 and $2.75  Sale Price $1������0  T  mm5Zm    -���������  RESTAURANT  r  j Cor. 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  IViea.s 35c. and Upward  St. Paul, Duluth, Sioux City,  Omaha, Kansas City $60.00  St. Lous $67.50 Chicago 71.50  Dates of sale, Sept, 10 th. and 17 th  '- Final return limit 90 days from  date of  sale.  For full particulars--call on or address  S. G. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  Cor.  Government  Victoria, B.C*  3  Transcontinenui  .Trains Daily  3  x  encer9  Nanaimo," Limited.  O. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  Ladysmith  ^    w  B   C  HARTLEY   GISBO RIME  Iy.  "So, so," she answered indifferently.  "As    you sew,  he quoted.  "Let/or rip," she retorted with a  cool  society air-   "I can  sow grain."  "Socon'.-I," and immediately two  hearts'beat as one���������Chicago .Record  Herald.  Sealed Tenders addressed to the  undersigned and endorsed ''Tender  lor Indian and Fisheries office l'-ldg.,  New Westminster, B.C." will bc received at this office until Saturday,  October 21, 1005. inclusively, for the  construction of Indian and Fisheries  office Bhlg.,. New Westminster..  Plans and specific? lions to be seen  and forms of tender obtained at this  department, at the oflice of G. A.  Kccfcr, Esq,., Resident Engineer, New  Westminster,  B.C.  'Persons, teiidiring are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on tlie print?il form supplied,  rind signed with tlicir actual signatures.  Eaeh tender must, he accompanied  hy an accepted cheque on a chartered haul;, made payable Io the order  of the Honourable (be Minister of  Public Works, equal lo ten per cent  (\0 p.c") o" Hip amount of the tender, which will be. forfeited if the  ���������party. tendering decline to enter into ,i contract when-caned upon to do  so, or if fail to complete the*- work  con traded for. Tf the tender be not.  accepted the. cheque will  be. returned.  The, Department docs not bind itself to accept .the lowest or any:  tender.  By  Order,  FRED   GELTNAS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa,. Sept.   20th,   1005.  Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority fr.im lhe  Department will  not be paid for it-  Member  Can.   Society  of   Civil Engineers  Member Institution of  Electrical Engineers,*? England  Member  International   Electrical  Congress   at St. Louis, 1904  ���������Eletfrical Engineer���������  r."0. BOX 357, 1    i      i     I  j  .    I  '  ii  J|   LADYSMITH, B. C.  TH6C1TYMHRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  ist Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  WM. MUNSIE, President  J. W.   COBURN, Man.   Director  TelephoneJI'lfj.  J.<Jl*0*(JLlUll*-Ip*lU.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH���������Shingles  a  Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers     of���������  Rough and Dressed Fir arid Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring     and  Finishing    Limber  in   Stock.  Best accommodation for transient  rod permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  a dy furnished and the bar is up-to-  d-tc. Rates J1.00 a day. and up-  \t \rds.  WM.  BEVERIDGE, Prop.  HOTEL  DOMINION  7>9]**a.4a :*-. ������������������'���������  Ladyainitk  THEJ0NES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Goo-1 Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-   * Ladysmith.  'lILEOOpAT-  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  R.P.RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :���������:  :���������: :���������: .-: :-B.C.  ���������Rates ffl.ar) and$1.50���������  Free bus to all steamboat landings and  railway depots.    Electric carp, every Si *v������  minutes to al! parts of   the city.   Ba*  and tablg unexcelled.  ��������� F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,  VANCOUVER  B, C.  Under New Managment  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  M-cKinnell &Woobank  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First Class..  Commercial Mens' headguarters.  Fire Proof   .Building.  HOTEL LELAUD  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot aud  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and i-e-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Uranville and Hastings  streets.  Telephone, 1-4.  The  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS  AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SJLYER ORES.  Smelting Wofks at  LADYSMITH, B.C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  ��������� *  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager.  W. J. WATSON,  Smelter Manager,  ���������������������������'������������������������������������-d^'-b'rtfc'-k^^^  apfcet  Geo. Roberts  DID   IT EVER STRIKE YOU?  That the place to BUY YOUR MEAT  is   wlicre  the slaughtering  done locally?    Wc arc not  depending   on    what the Wholesalers send  and      can     GUARANTEE   EVERY-THING-to be FRESH AND CLE A  \A IVr 1^1 ETk  U5  STFVENS BLOCK,  UAT/.UR1'  BiiiE^T  LADYSM jT  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $3,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO  [B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK  MONEY ORDERS  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 >  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in C nada of a Chartered Banlt  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking- points 111 the United States.  KEOOTIAIILB AT AFFIXED RATK  A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC"������ , LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent .method of remittin   small sums of iuouc>  with safety and at small   ;ost.  G.W.P.A.,  Seattle, Wash,  7i Government st  Victoria, B.C.  HENRYS NURSERIES  NEW CROP���������  Home Grown. &   Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     ������nd  FLOWER  SEEDS, i  i    .   . ,       I  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  Is the famous "North  Coast Limited,"  Up-to-date Pullman and Tourist  sleepers on all trains. Cheap round  trip tickets, good for three months,  to Easlcr-n and Southern points, on  sale Sept. 10   and  17. .    *���������  Excursion rates now n effect  to Portland Fair. Round trip  rate SS9.65. Only direct line  to Yellowstone Park.  Steamship tickets on sale to all  European points. Cabin accommodation reserved by wire.  reserved  by wire:  For   ���������furlhsr    particulars    call or  write  the ol-ice.        Phone Main 156.  VICTORIA,   B.   C.  A. D* CARLTON, C. E.-LANG  A.G.P.A,   N.P.,        General Agent  Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.C  Are You  Going East  Then be siire your tickets read   via  the  NJOTICL  Persons found using our Patenl  Bottle or Stoppers after this ,notici>.  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, pianolorte ind vocal lessons given in classes or individually.  9  MISS  BERTRAM,  Ladysmith, B   (J.  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARI 0RS  HIGH STREET.  :���������:���������: Best in the City :���������:���������j  LADYSMITH BAKBRY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE,  PASTRY OP ALL KINDS NEATL1  BAKED  AND FRESH.  Confectionary of all. kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  UBANCIGARFAC  -:o. ���������  LADYPMITB BRANCH  W,, [A, CORJNWALL. Manager.  ��������� Maunfacturers of the Famous  CUBAN  BLOSSOn  None bu   Union L,abor   Employed 11  TI J. BOOTH, Prop  om  .ii  The only  line now  making   UNION  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL  and     MINNEAPOLIS' witii       the  through    trains    from    the    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. PAKKER ���������'���������  General   igent,,  7*20 2nd Ave., Seattle.  -*3S  .Dea ers In  Pianos and  ���������gans  I alysn ith, B,C  Dr.  Dicr can bc foui*-' at any time \  at his ofhee on High sl.-cfc. His dental work is guarantee' 'q he first-  class and -rates reason-.. 1;.- st.  sr-s^tgsirEra  ILBERT DAILY l^DGER  tknammam  ,-^^*i*^v*M*^I'i^H������>������^^*>>^*^-^*H^  i  lgi������-y  f?"33  *f  *<���������-  i"  iWS!  IMANAIMO .BJC.  n-mufacturers of^the  T  Jl  ���������. 3  3gsj������-8m*������������m3j������  .i-**"-***,-  iofo  In [British Columbia  f    Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed Brewed  from the   Best Canadian Malt Run   Hops  ���������K*^^������I'*-M''*K-H-**H'4"F-M"  !  Your Wife's  Birthday  Present  Nothing worthy of the occasion requires     so small- an expciid--  tuic of money nor gives  the recipu r.t, .such a great measure of delight as a dainty specimen of GLASS OR CHINA.  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 twenty-four  hours either.  ^���������rHr*r**ir-------iH-ra-B-a-arMr-r-nr^r-r**---------r-ka-w  A POST  CARD WILL    RUING   ULR     HANDSOME*    CATA-  * , LOGUE T<- TOUR DOOR.  -WE 1 NROBE'S STORE NEWS-  PREPARATION  BARGAIN WEEK  f  ���������  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  m  FLANNELETTE  300 YARDS CANADIAN FLANNELETTE,   NEWEST   STRIPES      AND  COLORINGS.      PAST DYF,  GOOD,   FIRM   CLOTH,   LIGHT       OR  DARK,   33   INCHES   WIDE THINK  OP     IT!       J2QUAL    TO    A  CLOTH Cl INCHES WIDE, 15 cents.  Special Bargain, per yard, ioc.  350  YARDS  FLANNELETTE, SPL ENDiD PATTERNS, REGULAR 12*r  FOR      Ik  cents. ���������������������������  VVRAPPERETT o  250  YARDS   IN   DIFFERENT SHADES AND PAT  TERNS  FOR MORNING  JACKETS,  WRAPPERS,  WAISTS,  ETC.  REGULAR  35  fci-   17A  cents.  ,150 YARDS    SWAN SHOWN .REGULAR, 30 CENTS, for 2> CENTS.yd  PRETTY WAISTS  NUNS' VEILING WAISTS���������in Cardinal,   Blue   and   Cream,   NOT  extra- -  vagenlly priced, as 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  scrtion and  tucks.- REGULAR, $4.00  m-  FOR $2.75.  THE NEW  SILKS  VICTORIA.B.C  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order arid Repaired at short   notice.   Drill Sharpened  hy  noways gives  satisfaction.  Picks handled and repaired. <  ���������    ShipsmitliLing    in. etV     its  ^ranVie^  Horseshoers'and Genera! Blacksmitns.  R. LAWSON  Buller Street   -    -    -     -    Ladysmith, B C  NEW CHINA  AND TAFFETA SILKS  For Childreiis' Dresses, Ladies  Waists etc.,  TAFFETA   SILK���������27 inches wide, REGULAR CO cents,' for 35 cents.  CHINA SILK���������22  inches wide, REGULAR 36 cents for 20  CENTS yd.  \x  LA CSTSMITH TRANSFER CO.   *i  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.  1  Stables in the rear of the Lad ysmith hotel.     Leave orders at   the  .-.Abbots, ford.  WILLIAMS AND WA3*������r  I  1  h*-,*-4-'>^+*M������f-M^4-f*f+*M-^^^  EXPRESS  WORK   A SPECIALTY. ''"-'���������  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  CORSETS  THE BEST to wear, now,  50c, 75c;   $1.00 and  $1.25  A PAIR.  WOMEN'S' JERSEY RIBBED} VESTS  WOMEN'S JERSEY RIBBED VESTS���������Especially     adapted  for winter  wear   with light, soft Silk Fleece inside, button fronts and long sleeves.-  e. REGULAR,   $1.01),  SPECIAL  75c.  WOMEN'S HALF-WOOL RIBBED VESTS���������With  light, soft fleece inside  hutton fronts and long slccves-RE-GULAR 80 CENTS FOR 60 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,  45c,  'and   50c,  NOW  25c,  35c,  and  40c. t& .���������:..,'  Fhe CEotbinp  S|>ecails  SUITS FOR MEN  Suits to he sold at BIG Reduction as wa have only broken sizes.  Early customers will 1)2 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 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.  !������'  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.  THE   WELL-KNOWN '.9  ' KNIT-TO-FIT SWEATERS  Just arrived.      In  all   colors.   Ihey are well advertised here already  without,  further  mention,   as  they  have  heen   worn  here  since  we  took  .the agency a number -of years ago, and  have given    good satisfact on to  everyone  who  has   worn   them.  We shouldn't sell them  under agreement price, which is $3.50,  but as  long as the sale w'.ll he on, they pvill  be sold  $2.95  GREY [FLANNEL  ���������Fine Canadian "All-Wool, Grey FLANNEL, light, Medium-.or:; dark shades  sold at 22* cents per yard. Was 30c. ." ' * '  LADIES' RAINCOATS   Bl G REDUCTION-  FURS  FOR  THE  COMING' WINTER-  six  to  -    Our FURS     are very STYLISH,  lengths in f 1:011 tt.    Come in and see   our   furs���������Now  is  the  best time  buy���������-"before   cold   weather  com mences.     REGULAR  $4.50  HENS' UNDERWEAR,  Fleece Lined  MENS'  NATURAL WOOL and heavy  ribbed  WEAR  to be sold  at a BIG REDU CT ION.  Scotish  'Wool  UNDER-  500 PAIR OF PANTS  Just arrived a few days -ago,  wo rth up to  $2.75,  to  be  sold  at  $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  'for. $3 .'oo  DAVID JOHNSON  ������PHONE 66  <���������  8  LADYSMITH J  '*  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  HJGGHES  FOR HIRE '���������:���������:  :���������:  See J.  KEMP, or leave orders  with  BLAIR &  ADAM  FIRST  AVENUE   ,  'PHONE 2-4.  W.  SILER.  ���������EiNERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY   DO* '���������:  Leave orders at the Abhotsford.  . ft S1MPSC  Solicitor, Etc.  Hnay   to    Li a 1  st Avenue        -     -      LADYSM)  SEPTEMBER-BLANKET SALE  CAN'T BEAT OUR PRICE. .  Fine, Unshrinkable,  white wool Blankets., Size GOxSa.; Regular, $5.00  for $375      $4.25*  ' .    $5.00  0lxS2,   Regular,   $5.75,   for   ,...;....... ���������     08x80,   regular,   $7.00,   for ���������   SILVER . GREY   BLANKETS  FRO M  $2.00 up to $5.00.  BLANKET SHEET'S,  While and Grey,   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 $1.50, FOR $1.2.3.  BOYS' WORKING BOOTS        i,     .    \   ���������/,'     '.      "������������������*;!'���������  BOYS'    OLD-COUNTRY MADE BO OTS, ' with      nails  and  heel-plates;  sizes  from 1  to 5.   Will give lasting   wear and "satisfaction*.-  REGULARJ" $2.25, FO R     $1.50. *  THE   BOYS'   BOOTS-   ���������"���������Are made of HEAVY CALF LEATHER.  The soles are EXTRA HEAVY,'with neat extension. Sizes l'tc-5.      Regular,  $2.00  per  pair.  SPECIAL,' $1.50.  TNFAN'TS~SliOcS :  INFANTS'   SHOES,   SOFT   SOLES  ���������All colors and sizes from  1 to 5.  REGULAR,  50c.   FOR-    25 CENTS.  'Ji  THE WOMENS' i PZCIAL  FINE   DO.NGOLA  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,   hhu-k   and     Fawn   to   he  sold   REGARDLESS  OF .COST.  "i*:  /is   ;k  "*  't*.  '���������*���������   '������������������>  }\i N*j COUPONS       ������  given I  Space won't permit us to mention all the Bargains we are offering  CALL AND SEE f OR YOURSELF  y&I^WHfc-XrJfc  1 f  f   N") CCUPONS **���������������*  given 7&  with sacrifice  prices.  iii���������y'���������^- -Aii���������*������������������:������������������*������"��������� **  TtX    7K    ���������>>. ^TR    Ti\    /!> AP  B������  E  Oi  ?  High St.9  Ladysmith THE   DAILV   LEDGER  ���������wj*i"|-**e>-il^e*.  lr!W*r*i������r������.,f*W  3������������������2g������S5  L ITEM  T!  :*U  AKERY  FOUND���������A*-sura  of money.       The  owner can have same by calling at  this ollic-e,     proving it, and paying  for   this   notice.      '  '.  Mr.  and Mrs.: Watson are  moving  into  the residence lately vacated   by  Mr.  Kiddie,      oil the     Smeller Coin  pauy's     grounds.   Mr. H;���������' Coilinson  will  occupy  the  house just  vacated  by IWr.  Watson.  Quite ' a number of Ladysmith people went over to Vancouver this  morning on lhc S.S. Joan and from  thc Terminal City will proceed lo  New Westminster.to take in thc.Do-  lninion   Fair.  At   Weinrobe's ' a'.ncw   consignment  of Ladies'*';. Waists has just /come' in.  They are iii  .silk and satins, and   the  latest   styles   worn,, They, all  go  in-  his present  sacrifice sale.  THE  BEST,   AND  NOTIffi.KG   BUT     THE   BEST  X BREAD ��������� CAKES ��������� COOKifcS ��������� and  A GOOD itsoTtment of FRESH C ONKECTIONKRY  15TAVE.  Best tobacco,  fruit and eaaiUs at  Carter's,  First. Avwiue. * .  Robert Allan, for some years accountant al thc Tyec smelter, twi 11,  after October,* .enter into the'cm-'  ploy of the Crofton Smelter. Company. Mr. and Mrs.-Allan will be  mis.-,!-,-! by their many Ladys'iiiilh  friends. '/���������   .;  Mrs. Thos. Kiddie and Mr. Geo.  Kiddie vacated their residence' yesterday and arc now comfortably located at tbe ���������'Hotel-Abbotts-foril,  where they will-remain until. their  CrofLon home is ready to, receive  them.  Woinrobc has-a lot of special bargains displayed in his \vin-dow.s and  inM'tes   you  to  look them   over.  Just     arrived���������Souvenir      leather  post-cards.  Also  aluminum, post-card  (something new)  at  Knight's  Bookstore.  ��������� ���������   ��������� ���������   ��������� ������. e ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� -��������� ���������  CORRESPONDENCE  Editor Ledger, Su-:���������Thc attention  of the proper , authorities should be  called to the "condition of thc road  leading onto the Public Wharf. An  open drain has been left, which empties in the road, and has already  worn a hole two feci, deep on the  edge ot thc bluff. An expenditure*' of  abou I 1 en dollars, at. the present-time  would run thc drain under the road  end save a large, expense in the fu-  tuie, and would proba'liy be the  means of averting, a bad accident-  TEAMSTER.  $375���������Cash secures a fine residence in  the choicest part ��������� of the city. Only  $2-11 more to' pay at* the rate of  $12 *>er month. Owiicr has- invested over $G(.0 in improvements.  Water  laid   on.  Fine garden.  $1,500���������Cash   and   $1,500   in   5 . years  at  6   per  cent,  buys   20-aci-e  farm  one      mile   from iD'uncan.   12 acres  undeii   , cuVt3vat'ibn.   Eight-Broomed  house  and large  frame barn.  $280���������Cash and. $4011 .on .mortgage  buss two lots each fiOx.120 only -a  few yards irom post-office. Pine  investment.  fflfiO���������Cash and balance of $210 ou  time buys a fine, corner lot in good  locality.  . FOR���������, RENT���������A nice five-roomed  house; all neatly papered and painted.  FOR RENT���������Nice, four-roonicd house  Water laid on. $7 per month.  Fire,   Life   and   Acoidenfc  Insurance.  FOUR  Goods that need no introduction-^   W. 6. R. shirts and cellars  in all new pattern and sfyle-  Pleated soft or hardd fronts-  .Every shirt guaranteed���������  $1.25 each  King-quality shoe for no-the  best $3.50, $4.00, $4.50  shoe for men sold in Canada  to-day  Sianfield- unshrinkable un-  deiwear-made from Nova Scotia wool Nut sed���������  $1.25 a Garment  tcmmmrm ������������������ ���������^���������jwrwss4=M*f*i*ft^wwMrir^rtfc-  ''Watson's" White English  Sweaters, all Sizes,  will not  i. start at $1.25 to $3  each.  Walter* &  Akenhead  Ladysmith,  V.  I  MUNICIPAL  A bylaw of the Corporation of the City of Ladysmith to authorise tl^  raising -by way of a Loan a sufficient sum of money to construct ai>  Electric Plant  for the.  said Municipality.  Whereas it is. necessary and exprdicnt that 1 lis Corporation of tk-  City1 of Ladysm'th should construct a system of Electric Plant for the  purpose, of furnishing Electric light to the said City and inhabitants  thereof,     *  '- AND" WHEREAS a petition under Section (69) of th������ ��������� Municipal  Clauses Act has been presented to the Municipal Council signed -by the  owners of more than one-tenth in value of Iho raai property in fcli������  City of Ladysmith as shown by the hist- revised Assessment Roll, requesting the said Council to iuUoducti a By-law with the objects herein set forth,  AND WHEREAS it will incur-   tui     ���������xptiMlitiire     ai  the tuna  o.'  $20,000 to construct the said  Electric Light  system  and  it  is  desired  by the Council of the Corporation   ,tn raise such  s:im  by  way  o������"  loan  upon  the credit of  the Corporation   of the. City of Ladysmith,  AND "WHEREAS the -whole rateable land and improvements oi  real property of the Corporation of thc City of La������*y������nit<h, according  to the last "revised Assessment ������������������Roll for the year 1004, was $407,285.00  AND WHEREAS the total amount; required to b* raised, annually by rate, for paying Lhe debt which will be created hereunder, and  the interest thereon, and for crest ing an annual sinking fund for the  payment of of the said debt and .interest within ��������������� years  is  $1,800,  AND WHEREAS  it  will  require  an annual rate of U- nulls    in  ti-e dollar  for paying such new  debt and interest, '* ���������  AND WHEREAS this By-law   may  not be altered or repealed ex-  ee#t with the consent, of the Lieutenant Governor in Council,  THEREFORE,   the   Municipal   Council     of     the  Corporation  of the  City of Ladysmilh enacts as follows  (1.)     It shall be lawful   for  the Mayor     of     the  Corporation  of the  HAY. GRAIN AND  FARM DR0DIM  Orders will be delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the low  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, on th������  Eiplanadt.  JAS. WAUMOGK,  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING  REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal  lands  may  be purchased at $10 per acre for sort coal   and  $20  for   anthracite.   Not more than  320 acres can be acquired by_ one individual or company.   Royalty at the  rate    of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds    shall     he collected  on  the  gross output.  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 lor  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 he expended on  the claim co.cn year or paid to the  mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500 has been expended or paid, the  locator may, upon having a survey  made, and upon complying with other requirements, purchase tho land at  $1 an acre.  Tho patent provides for the payment of a royalty of 2J* per cent on  the sale6.  PLACER mining claims generally  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5,'renewable yearly.  A free miner may obtain two leases  to dredge  for  gold  of  five miles  each for a term of twenty  years, renewable at thc descretic-n of the Minister of the Intsrior.  Thc lessee shall have a dredge in  operation .within one season from the  date of the lease for each five'miles.  Rental, $10 per annum for each .mile  of river leased. Royalty at the rate  of 2-J per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  "W. W. CORY,  Deputy  of the Minister of  the  In-  " erior.  ARG  We are clearing out a few lines of  goods and can offer the following at  reduced prices.  MENS,RAIN COATS   Regu'ar   $3,25-i cw.$2.go   '  ' BOYS' RAIN COATS, Regular $2.75, new $2.oo'  MENS' OVERCOATS, for $3.5o-  MENS' ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR, 1.25 per suit  LADIES' HEAVY UNDERVESTS ONLY, 5bc  A special line of Dress Goods at 35c.  and 50c.  SIMON LE1SER & CO Ltd.  GATACRE ST  I^BY������M11H  W. G. Fraser  NOTICE.  From      this date the undersigned  will not  bc responsible for  any  indebtedness     incurred except on     .a  vvriLteu order signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V. I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.   Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1905.  m n -... r  t  ���������       -ii ���������*���������  _ i ��������� **-     i      '-i i m-'KjjM-w-r-*******'*'*  LAD\SMITH AERIE     NO. C8C, P.J     Appointment* may be made at any  O. E.     :���������:        :���������:        :���������:        :���������j       .time for  dental  work  at Dr.  Dior's  Meets in the Opera Hou.\e 1st and , ������iLl!!^^^  st  3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. Worthy j Use Porter's Antiseptic Healing  President B Forcinimer; Worthy Oil, freely guarantcxl, for sale only  Secretary, C. H.  Rummings. at the Drug Store.  Merchant Tailor,*  - J(ist|Avenue)  Fall  Stock   on   hand. Call early and  get your choice  Hammer  Guns at  20 PR CENT  Discount for  CASH        <  Saturday Bargains  )We have decided to reduce  our stook of  HAMMER GUNS  So   offer   these  snaps   for Saturday.  The Ladysmith Hardware Co., Ltd,  Deeds,  Wills,    Mortgages,   Con-  tracis  and   Acreenvents  Drawn.  J. STEWART  Conveyancing     "$>       Notary Public  Phone,  3. ���������    ���������  P.  O. BOX 268  STOVES    AT  BARGAINS  Miss R.  Lewis of Ladysmith i.s visiting her sister in Duncans this week.  OfteNo. 8 Cook Stove with  Reservoir $750  One N0.8 Ccok Stove $10.50  Heating Stove from $3,50  and upward  C PETERSON'S Store  Cor. 5th. and Roberts Sf  Store Lately Occupied by John  Thompson, complete with counter  and fixtures.  Rent $15 per month, Apply to  RUSSELL SIMPSON  ave you tried  NABOBTEA?  ���������est 50c.  Ceylon Tea in the  1 ������-.  \%  Morrison's,  WILLIAMS   BLOCK.      ��������� TELEPHONE  6-7  | Ladies'Fancy  loose Slipper  We'Ve Just Received a  Case ot Ladies' House  Slippers in three ot  the very latest styles.  All Finished With Fur  Top     .  Making a very comfor=  table   and   useful  slipper.  ASK TO SEt MM  City of Ladysmilh to borrow upon thc credit of the said Corporation  by way of debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any person or persons  body or bodies corporate, who may be willing ,to advance tbe fame as a  loan, a sum of money not exceeding in the whole the sum of }2',000,  currency, and.to ��������� cause ls.ll.-such sums so raised .or received to - be. paid in*--  ���������to. the bands of thc Clerk-ol thc said Corporation, for the purpose f.nd  with   the object  hereinafter  ic-ii'-ed. ���������-.'...-������������������������������������  (2.) It shall .he lawful for the said Mayor to cause any number of  delicti kins to bc made, executed and issued for such sums as may be  required, not exceeding, however, .th e sum of S20,C00 in* currency as may  h������ required, each of the said debentures being of the amount of. $500.00,  and all such debentures shall be sealed with the seal, of the Corporation  and signed by the Mayor thereof, and countersigned by the Clerk, of the  said   Corporation.  (3.) Thc said debentures shall bear date the 1st day of October, J9U5,  and shall be payable in 20 years from thc said date at the-office of the  Corporation, of the City of Ladysmith, Province of British Columbia,,  and shall" have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest and  Ike signatures to the said coupons may be written, stamped, printed or  lithographed. ....:.':  (4.) The s-aid debentures shall bear interest at the rate of not exceeding 5 per cent, per annum from the 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 bc raised  and   levied  in each year  during  the  cur-���������  rancy of the said debentures  the sum   of,"'1,000 for the paying of interest  sur-d the sum of $800 for the purpose  of     creating a sinking fund  for  the  payment of the debt due under the   said  debentures,   making   in  all    the  sum of $1,800.'.  ((J.) For thc purpose of payment of the said sums in thc next proceeding paiagiapli mentioned there shall be levied in each year a special  rate of-. 4 A mills in the dollar on all rateable land or improvements or  real property in thc municipality of the said Corporation of the City  of Ladysmitli during the continuance ot the said debentures or any of  them.  (7.) It* shall be lawful for the s-aid City to redeem all or any of  tk������ said debentures at par at nny t-iine after the expiration of five  years from the date thereof upon giving six calendar months' notice,  which notice shall be "deemed to be sullicient given by a ���������Hilblica.tioii  thereof four times in the llrilish Columbia Cazcttc and although tin  holders of thc debentures .mentioned in such notice be not specifically  namod, and after thc. expiration ot the said period of six months all  mtorcst on the said debentures, the numbers of which shall have been  published   as  aforesaid,   shall  cease.  (8.) This I'.y-law before the final passing thereof shall receive the  assail I. of the Electors of the City of Ladysmith iu the manner provided in the Municipal  Clauses  Act and   nniciuling   Acts  thereto.  (9.) This By-law shall take effect on the Utli day of October, A.I".  H'������5.  This By-law may be cited fc.r    all      purposes' as    "The  F.k-clvie  Light By-law.  Read  first   time.  IIth  September, I'05.  Read  second. Lime  11th day of  ���������*-'ci'le-mber,  l!ifir>.  Read   third   time 25th  day   of  Kpj:teinber,   .1.1)05.  ~- JOHN  W. OOBliRN,  .Mayar.  J.  STEWART.  Clerk.  NOTICE.  TAKE  NOTICE  that  the  above  "is  a true copy  of  the prnprs-*:' j  by-law upon  which   the  vole   of    tho  Mm 'ci ality   will   be  taken   at    thr* ���������  City Hall'on  the  7th  day  of October, A.I*     1C������5,  from 8  a.m.   \o  A  p  DON'T BE  PERSUADED WITH  ���������'SMOOTH   TALK     TO BUY EYE-'  'GLASSES    '     OE   SPECTACLES  WHEW YOU DON'T, NEED THEM'  . OUR -..PRACTICE   IS   NOT       TO.  ADVISE  THEIR   USE   BY   ANY-.  ONE - WHEN WE 3? IND THAT THE  SIGHT  IS  NOT AFFECTED.     s  SMOOTH  TALK   CAU  CON-VINCE YOU FOR THE^TIME BE_  . ING  THAT YOU NEED GLASSES     AND     LATER      COMES  DISSATISFACTION.   THIS   DOES  NOT ^J^^^S'-  WE HAVE ANY NUMBER OF      ^"F^^^^^P^'  FROM RESIDENTS OF THIS CITY     AND SURROUNDINGS.  WE TEST^YOUR EYES BY THE   LATEST METHODS   FREE  OE CHARGE     AND  GUARANTEE   OUR WORK.  RY THE BEST QUALITY OF   OPTICAL   GOODS.  ES  ARE  MODERATE. ;  BFORCMriER  WATCHMAKER.   JEWELER, OPTIC!AM  Firs t Avenue,   X   X   X      Ladysimt-i,  *sss^s*������^������s  WE   CAR-  OUE PRIC-  B. C.  toves  We are making them 01 th  **u.  3 N'swest  Styles.  Pattern ami Lates**  SEE  OUR  WE DO ALL KINDS Ol-* FOUNDRY WORK  Our Prices are Reasona,   ble  NEW STOVES IN ttLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  \   'PHONE   2-4  FH#NJ5 2*1.  and at Lsdyzmilh Hardware Ccmpany  LADYSHITH IRON & STOVE WORKS CO,, LTD.  JOHN  STEWART,  V        City  Clerk.  J.  Stewart will  be returning  officer.  Dr. Dicr's office, is open evenings  and appointnuHts can be made for  work at any time through the week.  Only first-class dental work is turned out and it is done at i3aSona,ble  prices s*1  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing   and  m&king to  order   a  speciality.  THOriAS   MCEWAIN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  PAINTING,        PAPEkHANQlNO  ETC.  Work done properly and at    rlg'n  prices.     Shop and  residence ill  reai  of Ladysmith Hotel.  J. E.: SMITH, Prop  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  High St. Ladysmitli  OPEN AT ALL HOURS, .  Ah  Merchant  T-iilors  La  die t' nC Cents'  CIt.lus Itf-nc'e  Order.  PERFECT FIT GUARANT'**. ���������". ><  LADYSMITH,   B. C.

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