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Array Ladysmith Ledger
VOL., «
SATURDAY,   OCT. li, 190(1.
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P      OCT*-*06-
r^r-.~ I .'Jr.. '    ,. .JW. 3|
PP. ICB JfiPf^CglrSTS.5-
of nf
lirk
Collier WeHinrgloii has been in port
sevornl days Inking on a full cargo
lor Alasla.
.   .   .
Thursday iht' Briiicess Beatrice-called in poi l on her way north for l.ajrjr-
k'V, coal,
•   •   •
S. ijnilu sailed yesterday morning
fin- Niiirii', laden with sacked coal
and .i deck cargo ol lumber,
Hi
Iti-
nl  ll,i> Irr
here I
Inns i
whi oh
Smell
The
0,(100
l.ll.r-   i
is Ihe
this port
(in Thursduj
..rriii rl in pur
from Toxndn
smelli       She
(Much work is being done at the
lindry ol the Law!) smith Slj.,- rial
pn Works at present, .mil lioiu
> large numil^rs of orders on bj,ttoid,
will In- plentiful lor a long
i to qome. Since Mr, T., rMclnljn:
taken, Charge ol the ni-
irR ol the company hi- 1ms added
1,'eral men to the [nice, there now
ling fifteen men employed steadily
Id morc will be added shortly. Ks-
Insivc Improvements have also ucen
|iile In the interior of the biuiidiug,
liter connections having been niailo
[such a maimer ns to,auoril lunpl/j
otection against fire, aud 81 United
Iry conveniently lor use iu tho curling on of tke work of the foundry,
labile thc employees of tho foundry
ive been busy with much outside
|rrk In castings lor mill machinery
(ili machinery, etc., they have, also
turning out a largo niin/s.-r
stoves nnd gvllingi, cast-
etc. (Usend lor currying a large
Krk. Mr. F. Clogg Iras <\yen en-
Jged by Mr. Mclnlyir In look alter
pattern department,nndi thus Ihe
system of sending away lor tho
icessary patterns nriion needed is
away wilh, ns everything Is
tide right at the foundry,
l)n Tuesday last three new stoves
Ire named, and will, he placed on
Irr market lor sale. They rue nil
[antics, and the foundry people
Ivo every confidence iu their prov-
|g good sellers. The now stoves
"The I'owiclinii", "Tlle Amies",
iid "The Topic". The lirsl is u l/>.\
love, very nicely finished, and
[roiild prove a lavor I to wilh anyone
fishing that class- ol stove. Tin- sir
jnd, "The Andes", is a small sheet
Jon stove, made for pros| lots or
lie country where liniiruioi'lsilion is
filticult. The skive can hy packed on
horse's   rhf.ick,    runt should prove
lery satisfactory to  campers, pros-
lectors, etc.   •» Tlie "Topic", which
Is    a   globe      beater    should  sell
I'eadily,    and     is whnt  Is   claimed
i be a first olnsej heater,
In  nll the local   company iiiunu-
|acrure eight dlfloronl kinds ol stov-
the three mentioned above, and
S'The   Grand  Universal",    (rang.-),
'The Supiirh   Universal*    (range',
''The Ladysmitli Cook Slovo", "The
ISter Onk Heater" and "The Frank,
{tn". Tlie latter   Is n Btnnll   heater
hich e.inrlrliies nil  lire convenient e;
|.f a stove und fireplace, ll is, made
bum   either coal or Wood.-   nnd
hen set in the corner ol   n r
Jescmblcs a     nicely    furnished  Ore-1 .  ,.     j,   twijji
golace.    It Ihiows out an   DXcollentjA vLCKDlMAil
fie.-it,   and irr   a small consumer ol
fuel.
Casting is going on nlmosl dnllj
fit thc foundry now, ninl il li well
worth a trip lo ,inii,im Inltorcntodj
fin tkis class ol work lo sit uo\n tlio
trough Iron is taken through ils illl-
iferent stages of n.in i.iiiniiinn un
(til    it finally   readies llie   desired
f-.ll.rpe, ,'illiei for n lililliw-sllln:.
► machinery, gratc-llms tor ships, or
(a portion ol n .stove
Jessie Mack
lire visitor:-
slcrilny.
Princess May, which called In
.is week, brougiil  down    Kill
1 Sacked ol'C ll'r-'lllr White Hotse,
will In- treated nl linr Tyee
r here.
ass
.-I.S. Tordenskjold, n ship ol
mirage,  is in port, nml     will
n n full cargo of coal. This
IN rdi n. I..mill's first lisil     to
'Iklrlr
'f ore
.ri ir.  the
wiih 160 ton
Island lor the loc
loll yesterday wilh
Cargo nl in.rile shipped hy the Tyce
Smelter.
•    •   •
The UniIrenl inv Archer, which wns
expect rl  here   some lime ago, will
in,l call, ns -In- has been sold    recently.  A nol her hn.il will, however,
Inle Ih I   pi. '", and   rr e\pict,i-(l, (orlll
live hero shortly.
NAVIES OF
LOCAL WINNERS
Following is n lisl ol Lailysniilli
nnl I rtenslou winners in Salmon's
St. I. ,.-r Sweep recently:
115 Pi
fill
Claims paid hy the Wellin)f.|iou-l\r;-
Icnsion Medical, Accident ami Ilur-
inl Fund for the month ending. Sopi
•ililh arc us follows:
A. Swung 	
Jas Steele 	
Thos. Noye 	
A. Coleman	
II. Hughes	
N. Kcsrric.h 	
Win. Johnson	
S. Mottishaw 	
ti. IX-iiiiie 	
W. Miles 	
A. Toil,- 	
.Lis. Ingilrani 	
Oscar llrrrv 	
1-1. I,owe	
Win. Russell 	
K. Watson	
ANOTHER SCOTTISH
SINGER COMING
-•>♦*-
On October Kith Miss Jennie l-'lel-  moment she appeared, hut the audi
cher, the Scottish prima dona,    ot,cnoc us a whole sat calmly and phi!
waiting to    lur
ALD. UREN DOES
NOT LIKE THE
WATER COS. BILL
Glasgow, Scolhuwl, assisted by .Mis:,   osophii
May    Miiilruiri ol Eldinhlurgh, Scot-
hind (violin solo) will give a Scottish conceit Hi the opera house, Ladysmitli.   Miss Fletcher is on    her
.way to Scotland, returning Irom hoc
Australian tour of 22   weeks.     She
$15.00 guve a concert at the Vancouver op-
, 80.00 ! MS house Sept. 2711h, which was such
...30.00   an enorjiioiis success that Mr.  Riek-
..311.00 ells Induced her to postpone her de-
. 311. Illl' prill lire in older thai she might   ,rp-
. 30.ill)  puir nl   Ins opera   house,  Vletdria,
„ 15,00 j Oct. 1811 i'i visit hotli l.riilysinilh
. 111.no ami X.iiinintii en route.
. 17.IUI | Tlml Miss Fletcher is one ol th.'
... in.iin hi-sl really great singers is attested
by n wonderful collection of press
not Iocs from Ritylaml, Froland,Soo(i-
Inrnl. Anslrnlin rlliii 'VanCOUVOr, ll.l'^
I'.lli'ir she llrUlle her initial dcUll ton
Cri'irri'liri'ir iiinlicnce on ScpU'int.<'r 27,
lo whnt was uniloiillileilly one of   iln
lly i-rrlir-nl
cbarmod. And Ihey did nol wait
vain Art is long, and music is tire
most, r.ni ting ni .ill the arts. Study,
severe anil unremitting, is ihe prlco
ol success, .le.rnie Flotober has tho
liisl, essenUnl of good singing: she
has the best voice that bus heen
hoard on tho Scotch concerl platform Within lire lasl decide.
'Tin- sweep rrl her repertoire is .is
..-..I..   ....   ,1 , ,  ... '
Company Put in Bill to Council
for Broken Water Pipe as Result of Blasting
8.Illl
-I.Illl
io.o1)!
5.50
5.(Ill |
iii.no
VICflM OF WES!
SHOOTING IN SEAT1LE
MAY RtCOVtfl
,1
So
Moid
rr
\ mount
380
.i.
Slew.ill
$   2.nn
Ils
s
I'bompson
2.no
ISO
.1
Davidson
20.00
125
.1
l-.rni
2.(111
III
.1
i.
2.nn
m
s.
Thompson
2.110
112
.1
H   ICngllsh
2.nil
Urn
.1
ri.i. Id ion
2. mi
III
r
tt     III. IV. .
2,00
in;
i'
Pernio
2 00
185
*
Wo li
3 nn
ATTEMPTS SIGAMY
—«—
John,    VII.. Oct, .'illi.-Four
ll"i. II. S. Siiciy, t'on-
,  from  ImisI'hi,
fCHlEF STOPS
DICE GAMES
All dice grimes other lli.ui  Iln- old
ityle "borse and boras" rtmlaiug
were ordered stoppi-rl in Saattle this
week. The order was issiierl h\ Hilul
ot Police Wap|>eiistciii alter he li.nl
an interview with .Mayor Moore regarding the inntier.
Tbo order wns Issued us the result of a number of complaints from
mothers whose sons hnd Inst ihcu
money playing the trade iln in-, in
which dice were used.
HEK BXWSRIENOE.
The Parson-Did you ever Iry -ms:-
Ing your bread upon thc wnlciv'
Mrs. Homer—Yes, once.
Tbe Parson—And did it return niter many days?
Mrs. Homer— No} it sunk.—Chicago
News.
 »o«	
AN IMMUNITY.
"Won't you be hnniHr.ippod In Ku'
rope by your deficient knowledge ol
French?"
"Nol at all," answered Mr, Dus-
tln Stnx, "It will pnevenl me from
being bothered In Paris by any in
qulrles about where 1 got my inon-
St.
months i.,,o
grcgurtl i
cuiiie io mi. Mail tins foi hi i Intilth.
I li,   I' C „.;. n-il.,11   pulptl   lire,,'      v.,, ,
ihcu    v,i,„i,i  ami r.. was ,r .h.-.l io
ti'ilipo ly    odi upy It,  Ile ilnl so,
and ,. , . -,m-, 11 latei bis wlto, who
uppcarud uf   dolloate Imalth, lolnod
h In  ,r:i.i, '■   r-i,i frvinorlnod on
i\ n sriori  lime nml went Isrek     lo
lie-,in,     lm .-s.iinni.n lint. Savory
'.in.I n young l."ii named Ml    i ">■•
11 li linn- in Hampton. The man pro
cured i marring!   Ikon c ami made
. III-. I' Illl Ke\. (1. A ROSS
l,i I llieil tr, ,r li.rgc |<i'tl"inir-'l in
Ihe cl mllig   Ir-      , r    il Itltli	
I'll I   ..II   W.i-.   Inil  I i  irl      o    lie
i.-ii, Ii ned rl.i   i r hi -. lath
er nnrr uli i .'-i orlfl Free o,
Al   r- on .'ii,'',   hi couple came to
be   III..Ill,il,   hut       Hi     ItoM rli'l.iM'l
the iiieiiiniiy until   Iln- t.illrei      nnft
slwrlfl arrived    Thou Saver)     wns
Irrverl u'rtli eloping nml uliulbjcsj Willi
.illi tu   till,    10   '"llllnit   Iriir.ntlV,      IliN
wife ■   r     till alive   Hi mhnltlcd
iin-. in i I'-ir .laiirplon loi St, John
while iln- yauftg womaii wat n1
,lni     Savory,    with Uw nlmosl
[ nerve, s.ii.i iiiitliiii!'. .iinmi ioi i ,1
panic, Inil proaohod In Calvin I'n ffl
i.n.iri chun ii i, -vi evening nnd  iln-
iifonufa rs ol th inffraflfttlqn   wore
ludlgfn nt when 'ini heard ol    his
eomlir. ' Ilr- s.r):. Ilr.il he Irok .1
lolli' l il.nn-,' in ' ndl ",-rii' . In he
lii.ill'i.'il   while     Iris  i-.rfi'  w.i . sllvo,
,;<ii    ilm linn Ihe latter 1 |ol
urn ri iptlntii .n 'i eaiinol Innl very
nun h longer.
.'luosl  fnshioiirirlile ns well ns one   of
Total   $280.50 the largest audiences ever gathered
| in lhc Viincouver opera house, ffo
produce the hollowing-commonl of Urn
Vniii-inivei- World oil lire perfoniiiiiie)
"ll was a distinguished Scotsman
—Fletcher, ol Sall-our, lo nil -who
remarked   Ihr.l il il wcro given him
10 make Ihe hallnds of'a people he
cared nol who made tlml people's
laws. The widely recognized fuel
llnil Iho 'nulil Scotch snugs' nre nn
important coiitrrYniilinii to tho world's
heritage of music was apparent In
ihe dimensions of tho audience, nml
the Sri rah attitude to a singer—as
to n preacher—was tho atllludo   ol
11 audience to Hie lassie who  Insl
nl    '    iniile her dobul ns n conccri
sir.      in I'niiri-'l.i. There were   some
in, i:   crowded oners house on whom
■ Ii'irin- Fletcher laid a spell Irom Ihe
Seattle, pot. B.—That Jesse M.
Hall, Ihe young real csliile Isrokei
who was shot by William Constantino, hir; fiillur-iii-lnw, will recover,
is the U'lit-l ol the physicians who
me attending him. lie is consoious
,ur.l sultorlng hut little. His condition is slnlwl lobe much improved,
iiral the s) mptoins decidedly fnvor.i-
rlc as lire r-.nrge uNii-r voice, 't
nle Ihion,' '0-' a' the Airls', 'foniiu'
Through the Rye,' and 'Within a
Mile,' were among the gems. 'Angus
Miwrlomild' mas ns well snug ns il it
ir.nl been in iln' same class, and even
lire 'Ranks o' I.rich Lomond,' with
ils poverty of expression, Km its nn-
dolfliled hold on the popular fancy,
was sung in n manner tliat lifted it
nut nf ihe (oirrninn rul nml won approval for it in every pari of the
houso. Tire memory nf Jcanle Flet-
i-lii'i-. us she appcarod in the gneh ol
a H'lghlaiiHl in.rirl nnd Bang lire grand
old Jacobite song 'Cain' ye hy At-
hol"' will ntnkc mrini Sctoch Van-
couvcriles follow Iht career withi
hlffi inli-iesi and hi'Kbcr expcctntloiij
"'ki'-- May Moldrum is a vioiinisi
who Is working and winning her way
to n high place in Iln- estimation of
Vnncoiili'l mnsic-loVi-ls. From Ini '
i;i--.t number, ., good nrrangemcni ol
Ihe music io Mrs, Cofkburn's ".-ll
known pl.iinl over the empoMrj'
eclipse ol   Scottish chivalry    .ivei
Flodden liehi—to her Inst, not    fo
"li'-    mnn r-nl  rlirl  Miss  Mi'ldlliril h'Se
her hril'l ir: lhc large .iirilt, ni'e '"
Mr Niehnlson has heen lo ir„, i!d-
r-r,i.'le ,:■ ciisr in securing riii-r • tgh-
i lass ,rlr; lelloiir and slinulil ■ re-
WOl 'h "  1 .   I li,:ni[ el' house.
llici-liirl'; .MoikLi;
arose over    iln-'
the dec
hi
Illl Ilk.'
r-1.1   res-
Heptily Prosuouting Attorney John
!•'. Millet visitoil the hospital several
limes yesterday and. saw and conversed with the wounded man.
"Hall told tne a straightforward
story oi the shooting and the tads
leading up to 11," said Mr. Miller.
Hull stated thai he had always
been on friendly terms with his iho-
lln-l-ili-l.iW, hut Ihe llunWc h.nl heen
wiih Constantino.
Attorney Vina- Fatlfin nolilicilProsecuting Attorney Mackintosh yes-
iciil.ry that he represented Willlniii
Constantlne, tlie prisoner, hut no
attempt was uiade lo get hail. The
prosecuting attorney does not ex-
pool thai an attempt will bo nude
in get hull, l>f,s t says ho will nob consider lire (pii'sUou of bonds until il
is known dcthiiloly whether lliill wilh
recover.
ihc full realization of his terrible
act    has tin wired    upon t'oiislsuiliiie. I
lYeslorduiy he sat in a cell adjoining |
I In' oIUcc of Ihe county Jailer.      He I
v.rs uiniost a physical wreck.      His -
hands shook and his face wore   tho >
expression of n mnn doomed. He lr.ul
little to soy lo anyone, and had low
callers, although thero werc    many j
who wished to sis* him.
Although he admitted In Prosecut- I
ing Attorney Mackintosh tliat    he
weiii io the lloge building Tuesday
fm  the purpose ol killing his son-in-r
l.iw, he now prays lor (he recover
ofhirr victim.    Oonnttajntlno stalod'l
., 11 poller liiul he felt /njuiclcr.
"1 have nothing to say," laid th I
in..t. who is held for a murderous nisi
suill iiii his son-in-law. "I am    to ,
lunch agitated lo allow myself    n
t.ill.  >i this time, uud will make u
r i.ii'-inerit iinlil ihe proper tiimsooin-
i".  I w,mill he glad however, if   you
»,iiilil sni  lhat  I nlli gluleflil In inJI
Incii.ls who have been kind lo    me
.nil ni;  Inmily during the past day
ni   two. I nppiiriulo Iheir acts very
linn h.   More Ihnli this I c.iairol s.iv
ft,
b
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At    lire   eoiiuci
nighl   rr  discussion
payment ofh.ccouiils,
ticular    whicli    h.nl
i flour the WiitcrwoiK
latter company hud
'■il (3.00 ns payment lor the iei
inn, ni a pipe which had lf.-''ii Irh-
oul hy the use of blasting pow
whilst  the i-ily were having   sin
[blown out, Aid. ■ x-u did
the Idea ol Hie cily being I;
porisilrle for the hi caking or pipes
lie stated Hint il ihe company h.nl
plucci! their pipes underneath stumps
tboy should he rcsponsi,1ilo for nil
d.iui.rge incurred when tin- slumps
werc romoved,
I "Hell," rciii,irki.il Aid. Camj»)*ll,
"they claim it."
"in e..iiiM- they il.iiin it," replied AM. I rr-rr. "They'd claim pret
ty near anytrhlng, 1 suppose, if they
Ihoughl weil pay it."
.M.iinr Nicholson thoughl Unit if
anything mjro lo he paid M.OO ».: r
n very ii-.isiiii.i'l.ie dmtge. lie •■'..■■ of
tl pinion that  tin- .,iirr.il damage
sustained hv lm- comoanj amounted
io nearer $10.00 (ban 13.00. Al an)
intc. it w.is chcapei much choapei
io pnj iln- bill th.rr. to, have trou-
like, pay n much larger sum loi .,
lawyer's advice, ami then perhaps
have io pay in.rli
Aid I ten agreed thai the sum wns
not much, hul he wns sure rlr.it eny
ir-iMii,.;Uii- iii.in would noli expect
the i-irytopny for d.Hii.iy.i -. sustain
ed'hy the company if Ihey had been
i.uili-.s enough in lay then pipes
beneath slumps.
Aid. Mitlone remarked thai if any
irl-.nlilirr wen- done "ii sor-re ol Ihil
sllc,-l:..   the  pipe. Would   he  laid Bile
iii ;r number ol places. However, he
ihiiighi thai tlu-li'si plan would bo
lo pay the present hill, which will
he done.
Mhyor Nicholson referred to    .
other account which bo thought was
rather excessive, li wns u hill ■  loi
six doll,us lor launch hire   He     ox-
pl-.iinoil thai  upon the occasion    nl
Karl Grey's visit to l.adyamlth, it
had been deemed advisable in secure
the services ofthe Kiipn   Island Indian band (or ihe day. His Worship
li.nl, alter talking tin- matter   ovoi
wilh Aid. Maione, ilespalchcd a rues
M-rigei  io Kupei  Island in secure th i
machine up to Mun'iny had
IIIJ.l.B
■--1 of lire reception ol Earl
including address, platform,
ms, etc., amounted torilrfsjt
-i
.--.yjrr,,.
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M
m '#U7±..
MISS JEANIE FLETCHER, of Glasgow, Scotland
WRESTLERS MEETING IN SEATTLE
band, UnforUinutcly,   lhc leader
Ihe Uiml was sick nl  tin- time,
they    could   not  coine.  Howover,
hill for six dollars was renilercd by
tin-  owners  of Hie  launch,   ami     he
rii.'S.'! I ri excessive.   The run    wot
Hot   met llflo-n   miles   in  all
dollars seemed pull)  steep,    While
SOmC   ni II"'  nlliel   .ililellllcli   «,-"■    nf
the mi-. .- opinion, ihey agreed Hint
as no price h.ul.lsi'eii agrocd upoUj
the bill would have In In- I'.iiii
ln the repiii! ol tin- road loroman
il was slated thai  the cost  ,il     tin'
In '■ rl ' clion with the visit of the
(lovernor General, a vote of thanks
w.n. passed hy thc council tolhe icu-
dercd tn the school lioard ami tho
leai'hiug siah of tlic local schools
fm tin assistance whuirh Uioy lr.nl
remlcred niron llie occrision nf lire
reception "I the Earl and party.
In on I -I thc letters n:cciv«i for
th" consideration of the council was
one fi"in lire lllimiilliin rnwder
Works, staling that in future It
would be ' ship powder on
the I'.'. .V N. niily upon Wetlm^sdays,
,.s (hey l:.iiU4'cn notilicd to ihis cf-
r.i r  ii lire railway company.
II. I'ollinson wrote compkiiuing ol
.i rli.iin which e".plied upon his pro-
perty, lot 11, block 1, The mailer
wns rclerrcd tn the street cuinmit-
tec
i I   tbam made application
; r       p< sition "f gravedigger   und
pn      ■ ■ . r   Iii-. application     wns
.nnl he has assumed     his
! . V    '.111 Irs.
iln-   cemetery    comnuteee asked
r lr.li  rr fin mc be constructed lor uso
ni the cemetery. It will lar built, und
rrsril .,1 iln; top oi newly  IU'.iihl rrr.iv-
es tn prevent Uaane from criiiitr; vvhil^
the "iilin is being lowered,
i'r,   Hd    tfuestion ,,l White street
^ iirmps w.is brought up   by
Aid. Patterson  Helymntod to know
why  the slumping machine had been
i nr    i il froni ih.it  Btrroel liefore trak-
Ing   "nt .HI   the «liim|rs which had
ber.     '      d
M.!'.'•; Nicholson replied thai thoso
had heen shol in misUil.c, or
,.r least before the council hail known
what   w.isjjcing done. It seemed un-
ble lo expect tn keep the mail.ir- rl v.,irk on tha outskirts; of tin)
eifj        tr  tliero was so much work
lo be ihmc in ih'.' central portions.
. tterson also inrojuirod into
ihe matter oi clearing private lots
with the machine.
" Nil   rlson explained     that
while ihis lunlfiTti done ihe owners
of the lots paid the cily.it llie r.ito
r 15 ' - per hour.
nr ley, <mi Jn.-h.ilf of tho
of sports ground mi mlttoc, asked for
ti use ii' tin- stump-puller tor hall
.i day   In work on the upper end of
Hie grounds, or Hm approach there: >
The cour ir... were perfeclly willil ',
lopay  'he council for whatever tin.*
11 il   .:^ WOI in "    iin' tl'.^i'.'; I   Wi' I
■
'!• lor lire nest court o! n-
.    I flX.  !  r,     i'i,,,' i;'. I   5th, !,,
the i i'i  lull ill  seven o'-
' "■:   Tine com!   iii1 utmslst of May
nr Nicholson,    Aldermen Campbell,
l ien   r,i""isiin nnd Maione.
NiHrlrdy has a cinch on all tin- folly In tbo world, but some people net
at H they think they have.
Mr   il   llryden lot n« of    n
parly who visited Suantrli r11 ■ ireck
i'Iiiii ii-, h.iiiir- H.i'r i   il.i', nll'-il n
The! stale Hi.it ..it it'- pheo . ul   arc
plcliliilll,   tlicy  -Hi-  r-M-ei-illri'H   wlhl
Tlnli' .ile,  they si,ile,  ninny ipi.itl .it
Sainton,
TERRAPIN
FOUND ALIVE
due oi the strangest Incidents i,,t
lowing Hi" WK'.il '"'' w"s the llndin.',
nl ,i lire I.i i.i pill ill the iniiis ul a |
building ul Iho corner ol l'ow.-ll
nml IV.ishiraloii sliccls. Miss ('lm; v
lulu- Kites ol I Til l..igun.i sine:,
noil Miss l,ily Plowman, of Sydney,
liislt.ilin, wenl to Ihe ruins ol Ihc
Noimill School, where Miss Ksles,
wns a pupil, nml while rim"rli|,litn,n
Condition! noticed s-oinirthlnrgi move
Hi  lhc .ishes in n hasenienl.      Miss
Ksies cliii.iiv.-<t down nnd removed tha
ashes .mil ihiuis nnd loiitnl Ihe let-
inpin It was so nclivo tlml. when
placed on the ground neat water it
i.ui iiiln Ihe buy and swam nway.
ihis .>...iii..I had undoulrtodly pats-
rsl ihioiii'h the Illi' ninl lived for 10
days lu the ashes ol the Miscnicnt
iu which II was found. —Sun Fran-
. 1(00 Chionli'le,
.lustiI.,'; v.,i, ,ii,,rue,] ui cloven and
i half minutes, Dig Tilly entered between tne t"i"'s wilh .> look ol dope
Three hundred enthusiastic spoil:, good mnlob, bul Ihe more sclentiOi
atuended th.- nisi ol the roj/jhi v.,, r/v.,,ii, ol the local mnn bold, ..ml th,
ly .ithleiic meets at the Scuttle nlli
letie chill  Inst  evening,  says      lllc
Si'iiltle l'.-I. of yoetctday, nml they!
were in qvcrj   way pleased with the
sport provided. iin-    li  war nulck work Hut  Roller
As un opening Indication ol what mniilo ol htm   I':-,;- lr.nl mil the woiight)
was lo follow, Speck and Kelly, two     rclencc "this opponent nml a'res
ligjii-weighl..-, provided   Ihrce   lasl lied purol) on ihc dcfenslTC,     The
rounds   ,,l scientific boxing exhlbJ- time nl ihc hill wns lour minutes,
lion. The big attraction ol tl von Holler's work surprised his friends,
ing wus ihcu announced. Doo Roller  I llwj all Marvelled al the won-
■' prist
lew WC. ks. lie is ii.iw one ol the
(nslesl null in lire wrestling game,
innl in ■ work rr. more clean cut than
n w .- in the past, lie displays no
hesitation in gojng alter his man
and works Iran hold In hold wiiia
gr-e.it rapidity.
wenl ou tho mat wilh Wells, lltcMg dcrful laprovomenl made iu tho
.   ...i i. ..  .,._        ... !,    ii.. ,
(oolibiill pluvi'i. nnd nfler seveir mm
ti * .-ss of (ust wrestling tin- big f""t
bailor's shoulders weio mi the mat
Torn Ml Don.rlil was lire invl irilnii
hut Tom was only able lo slay si)
minutes wilh Roller, Tho hig Am
til.in strong mini,   Hose, put    up   ,i
FOOTBALL SEASON
OPENS TOMORROW
MIGHT HAVE KNOWN BETTER.
"rlfow did you conic In propose t"
llie'" asked the widow coyly,
"I rl'd nnl come lo propose to
you," replied Iter visitor tlu/crlly, "I
crime merely to spend the evening."
Houston Post.
Ihe hut I,-.1 nf nil i rrl peppers   Is
iii,oh- from Unit variety which grows
iiii   Ihe  crust  ul  tuiinen,   In     Aflic.l
There    1-r lielir'ti-il   to  hi'  some     eh'
irii'iii in iin' M,ii of ilr.it country
which produces llie biting quality oi
Hie pod. Guinea pepper is to ordinary pepper whirl Scolch mult Is to
M.iccnboy,
Tomorrow afternoon, at 3.an
o'clock, ihe nisi iiii league
football will he played on th,- bunk-
ci grounds, iln- npposli loams he
ing lire Shamrocks and iin- llowi: v
bunch, ihe race for ihe league pennant si.rits with this match, and II
is  sine In  he a elnSi    I'ltlllc.        Hilling
ihc forenoon tomorrow, a full practice "1 Hie local sr-nlnl's Is tn be
held. j
I In- \ ictoria I'l.s! r n l As.oei.it ion
have tiieii schedules .ill drawn up
nml trou iirst mutch ul tin' season
i.iin- place today, when tin- \ Mi
A. nml thc Victoria Rovers meet it
Uak I'.iy lo uy conclusions, Speaking oi the outlook lot ini'itoi'l Ihis-
rlie following:
Taking the football outloBk Irom a
general standpoint, i' cannot bo ih*
ninl in.,r i-, is i.n brighter throughout British Coluirthiii than over he-
fore. Already llie pigskin chasers nl
the   lower     lli.rlirilnitltl     hove   ilejinerl
their tnilorms and aro to ho   founili
Or i.i > orj  week-end.    Tho
' ii ■  has commenced,   and
innl 'Ur  papers nave    nl-
iciicr   r,i the work ot
thi      .11., iiatlon (ootlr'all nigtisref
■Ji ill • Irom Ihis, il would
r :'P ■ thnt tin' M.rinl.iiiiler.i are out
ci determination than
• ■ - ' upturn lhc palm, now held
h\ Vancou' r Island club. They
.ire    .  rue Ihe right way luboul it,
I continually and constatft;
i nil' means ol increas
l i ir " f!i nf lire elevens. The
Victoria l tilted team, which is   de-
pi'ii<li-il u|   In  win tho Vnncmivcr
I il ■ . ml then to carry oil' tho
championship banner of Ilritish Col-.
iimli'i, . will h.ivo to attend to llusl-
;' ■ Iln' ir i-. hardly necessnryto
|i"i ' '"'I. .' it :■'. (iini-.n-il ,i- [| iilh-
- :-■ i'i- iin i I i' illi thfieiirck Viclori;(
olcvei ui- well .iwrur- ni tin- necessity io.- oaroful training ii il is ileslr-
(Continued on rage t) THE LADTRMITH   WEEKLY LED >BR
CANADIAN WHEAT FLAK ES differ from ALL IMPORTED
cereals, not only In (Molng moic carefully manufactured from
FIXER wheat, hut also in tlio fact that they aro ABSOLUTELY FRESH. Your grocer ls In touch with our mills, which arc
»iltinted In nil tho leading centres in Western Canada. Therm is
err need lor storage nor l'ls!< ol musty flavor. In every puckcl
you wii: find a most useful gilt from the Bmckmnn-Korr Milling
Company Limited.
llif LADYSMITH IfDGR
PUBUSHRDBY
LEDOER COMPANY,
SUBSCRIPTION,
One Year (lu advance)  „. $2.00
OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.
SATURDAY, OCT. 0, 100(1.
AGENCY OF PAIN.
Inflammation and pain arc so close,
ly connected Unit a person who Icels
pain in the throat complains of having a sore throat without examining tlie throat to -sec if it is really
inflamed. Hitherto Inflammation
has been taken as a cause and pain
as Its inevitable effect, but accord
ing to a remarkable investigation
by Professor Speiss, reported In thc
Munich Medlzinische Woehonsrluiii,
or medical weekly, the pain is thc
onuso and the Inflammation is the
effect.
if the pain Is calmed hy anaesthetics the inflammation also sulfides,
For example, Inflammation of Ihe
mucous iiii'ii'hr.uie of the nose und
throat can be cured by anaesthetics
and if an anaesthetic is Injected into an incipient boil there is little
subsc,o/uont inflammation. In the
treatment of inflammatory disc, ses,
therefore, painlessness is an ol 'ect
well worth striving for. Spiess regards tlie cessation of the nas.rl secretion of Influenza during sleep as n
proof that the Inflammation of the
mucous menilbranc is arrested by thc
insensibility ol sloop, and he explains
ln a similar manner the oltci. observed healing ol wounds without
inflammation in insane, persons
As an anaeslhctic Spiess first employed orbhofoini, afterward novocain, a substitute for cocaine, the
poisonous character of which makes
it unsuitable for use.
Tbe inflnmninlion  following ' potations on    Hie tonsils, which is    or-
^jllnoiily very   severe,  wns
wholly prevented Iry applications ol
orlhoform before and after the operation. The inflamatlon us well
as the pain of wasp stings, moslt|»ai-
to bites and slight wounds was prevented hv rubbing t-hom with an
aujuoous solution of lhc anaesthetic.
It is loo noon to attempt nn, explanation of these renin rk-slble results. The Inflammation appears to
he a result of a reflex action irans-
mttted hy tbe sensory nerves. The
anaesthetics used should therefore b>-
suclr ns effect those nerves alone and
have no influence on the vasomotor
nerves, which regulate the supply of
blood.—Scientific lAnioricrui.
 S.O*-	
ST0KFRR ON
A BATfLESMP
SUFFERED FOR YEARS
WITH A
COMPLICATION OF
PELVIC DISIASES.
Robust Women Who Owe Their Restored Health and
Usefulness to Pe>ru-na.
Read the Letters of Grati
tude From Women Who
Have Been Benefited
By Dr. Hartman's
Advice.
A Multitude of Such Letters
Are Received Every Year.
A TYPICAL LETTER.
M'ii'rd's   Liniment lor sale  every
Henry Nevinson, special correspondent   ol the   Glasgow Herald   with
the Ilritish liluo fleet in the   recent
manoeuvres,   after    describing  how
blue dodrgod rod's superior force nnd
the Atlantic and racorl into tho Eng-
ish Channol, says:
"While we'in the salt air and sunshine of   the    ibtridge   admired our
speed and watched the enemy reced-
ing behind   us, Ihe true horors   ol
triumph   were    toiling    in   narrow
chrinnhiTs of iron far below Ihe water's level.    There, lor sixteen hours
apiece during our forty-eight hours'
run,  the stokers labored in an    atmosphere tliat,  l think,  was   never
less limn,    120 degrees and in    ihe
chamber of lire old cylindrical boilers wns more.    Four hours on   nnd
elgbl    off    ran    Ihe shills, and for
four hours    at a    time  each stoker
plied     his    furnace, shut   in    from
hove   rh|- Ihe    air whicli makes    mi
battleship's stokehold very   different
Irom    a  liner's.      The down    drnlt
whirled the black dust round; them;
.„,,.,. I the (Ires   burnt    their    flesh;   they
,„._  streamed Willi sweat; in spile of all
most precautions lhc glare scorched their
. | eyes."
And for a word of praise and two
shillings a dny, adds Mr. Nevinson.
Ihey did it and smiled!
 «x>«	
BT'.  -JLi}' Try Capital and Nugget Cigars
IT DEFIES
COMPETITION
WATSON'S
A HORRIFIED BARRISTER.
A well known Toronto newspaper
man    1ms a ilawglikT  of  tlic mature
age of two years, wlio, nevertheless,
is already    dcveloiiiing her tfttthor'B
tfift of olKervution   ninl (,x|m*ssion,
says     the News.   Being, somewhat
new  to this mundane sphere,  it      is
I natural     that    her    Rent rali/.i-tions
shniilil at times he rather hasty and
I based on too narrow a range of vls-
I ion. At times these comments    put
I her parents iu    a   rather  awkward
] pnsition
Mrs. Carry Peduzzi, Llnstod, N. Dak,,
writes:
"I take pleasure In telling you that
through your wonderful medicine I
am entirely cured of catarrh ot the
stomach and pelvic organs.
"J waa so rundown on account of my
illness tliat I could no longer attend to
my housework. I could not eat or
sleep and had terrlMu pain In iny back.
"1 took Peruna and in live months I
was well. I have not felt so well (or a
lung time.
"I wish everyone who 1* »lek would
take IVruua and thus recover their
health.-
"I have Peruna In the house continually. I thank you for all that you
have done for roe."
A Medicine of Merit.
Miss Katie A. Washer, 170(1 Prentice
street, Louisville, Ky,, write*:
"As my experience has been so
favorable from the use ot Peruna, I
unhesitatingly state that I believe that
It Is a medicine of unquestioned merit
tor all the ills that we women suffer
trom.
"I And that It strengthens and Infuses new life into the system, and
whenever I feel rundown or over-tired,:
a few doses of Peruua will strengthen
me again."
Found a Friend In Need—Peruna.
Mrs. Florenco Aitkens, 1104 Front St.,
Toledo, Ohio, writes:
"Peruna cured me of catarrh of the
uterus. I took about four bottles when
I noticed an Improvement and five
bottles cured me,
"I do not know what I would have
been like to-day had I not obtained
Peruna, for I was in a terrible state.
"I had pains all over and was cross
and irritable. I was losing hope of ever
being well again.
"lam to-day a well woman after suffering tor nine months* I cannot tell
you bow happy I feet, but you will
know*
"Peruna ls the best medicine ou earth.
"My husband Is now taking it and 1
will always keep Peruna in my house.
"Peruna is the best friend I ever had.
It cured me."
f    Any parties after this noti co found Rellinp; or buying botxIeBfoo-
%    longiag to the IJ. B. Co., will  he prosecuted to thc full extent of
thekw.
A reward of Ton Dollars (f 10) will ho\i>Md to any person giving information that wiill load to the conviction of persons guilty
of the offence.
Union Brewing  Co
Limited
NANAIMO   B. C.
'i
NOTICE
LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS
Consumers are requested to call at   the office    on Roberts   Street an-
nay, Water    Rates, bet ween the 10th   anil the 25 th of each month.
Office Hours I P.M. 4 3D
1.1 BLAND.
•H..H..M-++M--m-M-+-M-*+M--W^
THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.
~ I PURCHASERS AND SMELTKRS OP COPI'KR, OOLI) AND
SILVlrk ORES.
Smelting Works at
LADYSMITH,   B. C.
=
^^^        thc   Lnnd  of ^^^^
Women.
The majority of women are norvous
beeuuse (hey puffer from Bomo form of
pelvic catarrh.
The greatest obMnclo in Ihe way of re-
covery in that they do nut understand
that catarrh is the. main source of their
Illness,
Women who are in doubt a* io their
ailments should write tu Dr. Mart man,
President of Tho Hartuinn Sanitarium)
Columbus,Ohio, who will give their letters prompt attontlon, without charge,
Miss .Minn MoCimi.KH Plain street,
l'lovideniv, U, I,, writOBi
"1 wish to lot you know of the good
yonr mtilieino has done forme.
"1 had what the doctors called heart
trouble. 1 had been doctoring for a
year before J tried your Peruna,
"1 pot a bottlo of your Peruna and
after ft week's use of It I began to feel
hotter., I could not oat, sloop, or work,
but) have at last found that the medi«
cine fiat will euro mo is Peruna."
(HE BLACK Pf RIL
Of AFRICA
.I
In the Interest of peace it is to di
spirit nl conciliation nml consollilri
tion has been zealously preached li\
the missionaries
HEAD OFFICE Saa^i^H
DUNCANS STATION. CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.       f
, Vancouver Island, B. G. General Manager, i
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Tl
lm. MUNSIE, President    J. W. COBURN, Managing Director.
Telephone 4-6.
The Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd.
MILLS   AT  FIDDICK   AND LADVSMITH-r   s. M «■•«•
Shingles a Specialty
MANUFACTURERS OF	
Rough and Dressed Fir mi'l Cflllur Lumbers
LATHS, SHINGLES, MO ULDINGS,     ETC.,    ot   tht BEST
QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS    AND
FINISHING LUMIIER IN STOCK
.i
tlie danger of the! ^^^^^^^^
held by the narrow minds uf lluir
disciples.    Some missionaries    havo
.present  trouble,  it is lelt that    it
| means   io good.    Dy some it is sug-
nt llinlziilu bus .secretly cn^,
Ilrinilniata with o view   ol
lo r ,i    the stl 'ii.rllr ol tbe English.
Hipnrently liltnd toI■5ostod "'"' 1)i,lizulu has sccl<"
, . ,       cuiir.'iri-rl ll.ijiilni.-ilu  Willi n vl
oil doctrines when ,   (jii°  JIin e(l.„„„nt .,, .,...,.-
iiopeillh.it    the reported death    ol   tho
UanilSaatu,  the Zulu outlaw    chicl,   mis
is true, soys o writer in flic   .Mail
owl Empire,   Thc revolt in Nolol is
likely  to be suppressed unless some
ferocious Elisha is found lo don the
    red mantle ol n-ln-llion.    Ever since
The other day she was be-1 lt WttS ranU-^i t|lal scrious (igbUiis
""''|   Rider Haggard is ol lire    opinion
,.......    •-——" ""r™'"          'I that at bottom lire unlives like and
done iiicnable mischief 111 promoting I          , ,,     ,.,,,,■.,.,           ,
,   , .        ,,.,,..      ,    1     lospcot tlic I-.n;lisliT lint hole    and
doctrine   of   "Allien lur Arnc-       ' ■
                          ...          fear Iln- llfii-r, wlin rlrnls Willi Ihcin
1 irking, aurantarjo ot their re-           , ,,     ,,
taken lor 0 ride un 0 street car
when a well-known barrister ol dignified nprpcaootico ond . carrying his
barrister's liluo bog, got on the car
flenll on    carrying brags   sin- boil
scon hleforc, bul Ihey hod l*on in tho 0i,.0( rccciv,.,l wounds tliat hove prov,
Iriiii'.'innl ivliun this new mjtTLijsl IVti 1-*' e,| fa^|
j was to  Is- done, the successes ol thc
Ilritish troops   havo been unbroken.
Time alter time thc Zulus hove (ecu
' deliiil(erl and| driven out.    11 now up-
1 pears    that in the lost battle.
black possess
L-.Jll.il
eil lu Kiv,
cd to give
"Old    i-lu
Hie passivorf
tin- password
s,  old  bullies,
die proccei
rile pruecr-rl-'
old rags."
Sunlight Soup Is heller than other snaps, hut
I 1 !,.■■■! »lien n.i-.l ir. thc SunllKl.l w.v.
Uuy Sunlight Sup ,.t tallow Olraetion.
m
Hi nurd's Mnimont Co., Limited.
Dear .Sirs, — Wliilr in tho country
lasl summer I was lnwlly bitten  liy
mosji|uiboos, sn Uadly dlmt   I i^lOiil^IiL
I   would In: ilisflgurcil   fur a   cotlplc
jot    weeks.    I    was   ndvisod lo try
' your Liniment    to allay    tlie irtiiu-
| Lion,  am! did :;o.    The ciTert    v/tn,
more tlian 1 expected, n few applications eom]iiot(dy    curing   tlie inita-
tiuii, and prevcritin^ tlie liltes from
IbeeominR sore.     MIN.ARM'S   UNI-
! MENT is nlso a  g«oti article to keep
olT (tie mosfjuHocs,
Yours truly,
W. A. V. R.
innl, white
P'ivil^es,^^^^^^^^^^
The writer wlio takes llii.s    view
continues;
"Unrest lias been Increased by
imMretically futile efforts of tin' German (iovernitieiit  lo    put down  lite,
Iicroro rebellion in German   Suutli-
west Africa.    Tlieru for two and   u
Imlf years a small and Insignificant
tribe of    liotlenlots   and    HcleroS,
poorly alined, and looked upon witli
It is obrvious Uiat, sooner or la-1ooutompt by tbe Bantu Ute, liave
irr, these two races, (i.e., Uie Natal |successfully defied the Kaiser's mnil-
lonists and thc Zulus) must come
savagely Rftcr their savage   nature.
■■HiHBn^BBHS.^.ifl^.iS«fl*flS^K    iNotwifhsituMling supposed likhig
practically  immune from  mlerterencu',. .  , .       .   .,   ,   .     .
'    ,,       '.    ...       ., lit must l>e rctnemlirred that in   less
by  the authorities,   they b.nq 111 io-1,,       .,,. ,,    ,,.,.,.        t     \.
'       '       ... ,        Uian 30 years the Itntish have touch
dueed  a  no.itical  aspect  into    lluir ,     . . ..    .
1 ' ,     ,    .seven importnuit  oampatens   agninst
inoveiiicnl.  ;im   have Iniuiii'iillv  liiiu !..     ,,    . .   .    ,   ,.      .,       n
' ■        r   , i the blacks, not including the    Bum-
vi-arnini;-1. of the   uu-   ,     ,        . „ .   .....      m.
b rl\iat;i and many smaller risings, Tho
|situation is one    of   gravity, itros-
pective nl Ihe fate of Bomjbpnta. To
j the whites, as to thc lion    tamer,
the ambitious yearnings of the -..
tutored savage by telling him that
beyond the great waters, where Lt y
came from, is a country where    all
there is always riaiiirer.
But those who know the South Af*
rigan pcqplos Mest aie nifo.it pessimistic concea'ntnjg the hJaek itciil.
are firm in the belief that sooner or
later there will lm a great war in
South Africa. In his book, "Cetc-
wayo and His White Neiylrftiurs,"
Kldcr Haggard wrote these words:
j   May mo—Is Clara a good girl    to
tl10 j tell a secret to?
Maude—Oh, my, no'     Why,   she'll
never Ln.ll a soul!*-CliIea^o News.
i
n
■
into contact, the BUcsllon >l»li)Bhow.{sueooawlul oampelgn, in whicli rover-1
DUNDEE-
I
Scotlands Best..
I'V-nn m (o.
Sole  Agents for lt. V
"1THBXMOK   '*03 V HIIIIM. "f 'V
•aj»q*irlia*a pjog   'aiuoci aad '309
mm
dnjAs Sf
HljAi ll* Will ai»-i ""a no,\
NOIlVdllSNOO
11
Xt\ psMnuol
aq "i 'miiiaj )guiu'c -x pile vaauaiiD
•>tuoo DOtntllOa l*oiu Jiti y> ana *i
ss3Nsnonia
[ H(WM |)l 111 M.inoj j(«TIt luampi
Xtin i-'.ui|v '.<\rw\ tmmiiii »qi tif
jm .-iii jo *>-nu-i ;njH"i<l j«om »i(| *I
NOUS30iaiMI
mi'.r the present culm will last. To
tins question I  vontnrir to    su^rst
'an answer— I believe a right one It
will last until the native gels so
cramped for room that he Iias no
place left to settle on except, the
ulilte man's land."
This upinlun Wns given 211 years
age, and, in an interview since the
present revolt broko out, lie says:
"Today tho state ol affairs which 1
foresaw seems to be at hand, and
thc solution ol thc problem is onc
tlxat inuct cause .anxiety not only to
Natal and South Alrico, but to the
Imperial power, whose lorces may
be called upon to determine    what
'nilglit In-conic a very drcadlul war.
II once their blond is up, llie Zulus,
whether ol Natal or   ol    /.ululriinl,
'lire not a loe whom it is possible
to despise. Moreover, once b^gun,
such a stniRRjp would very possibly
becoriiic a race stru^le and     blaze
'■across South Atrlca like a I'.rass
flic over Its veldt and hllls.i"
j    Another authority who   believes a
.great strucrjrle to be impcndlun declares that hitherto the greatest
suraminrd ot the whites has .been tliq
innate and iniplivalile jealousy and
iNitrotl ot the various tribes, which
have made a serious combination
Impossible. Ol Intc, however, thc
hlacks have come to understand' each
other bettor    by working  side   by
se.s to the Herman troops Ir.ive ,,c-
eurrod with a monotonous rt^Iurlty
Alter the    ox|«iidlturo ol (100, I,-
(JtlU, Iho sacrilice of seven thousand
lives, aud the constant arrival uf
reinforcements lo augment the al-
iciily huge army In lhc Held, the
end is yel as far from sirjrjlil as it
was two years ago, The Iicroro,
lighting with n chivalry totally unexpected, is far from being discouraged, and quite recently their chid
Marengo, sent a message lo "tbo
mighty gcneriii^ol the great Enipor-
or,' in reply to a demand lo surrender, saying that   the war hnil just
begun, end that he hail better take
the tlcrmaii troops home it lie    did
not wirfn them hurt."
If the despised Hottentot jackals' |
can thus defy the most highly trainer! soldiers ol Europe, whnt wirulil \M
the effect of a comfbjlnatlon of forces between tllc uncotcqubrod llnsu-
tos and the Zulu lions? II in nut
comforting to the whiles to coutem-
platc I.ctsea, tho Bnsuto Chief, and
Dirii/ulii, henil of the Zulus, iu fricn
ly communication. The cnlonjals now
Irccly blame the Ilritish lluvcruinout
fur having let the latter return from
South Africa from St. Helena, where |
he had lir-en biinlslied ns a distiutier
Mistaken philanthropists in Engrrlnnd r
persuaded tho Government to restore    thc   king to his people, nml
WW
Wc    are    jnslly proud ol   this
Hoot.    Tlic greatest praise has
lieon heaped upon it since
introduction,
its
„,,„,    „,-i,,ui        uj   nuiauirs    n.ut:      l.yj'i"'        un-     juii,;   11,   i.iu   ],rn|iir,   ruin,
I side on the itallwpys land mines. Tin, llmugJi he has taken no part in the
I 100  Mins" 10 in"
Logging Boots
French Call throughout, Willi
extra No, 1. heavy hemlock
oli-s; nave outside counters,
nre pegged and have standard
Bcrow reinforcing all around
trie sole. "r
First Class
RIGS FOR HIRE
WOOD AND BARK FOK SAI.I3 AND DELIVERED.
EXPRE SS WORK.
DAVID JO^HNSOTT"
PHONE 66 LADYSMITH
I- ■■ «■ ■»«■—.■-».*>,«.■»..«.■«..,,.,
Express Work
Llgkt Teaming.   Wood t*
Ordeia With—
1'IRST AVENUE
Dark lot sale.    See J. KEMP, or   leave
VV. CARTER.
PHONE     «-(
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LAD/SMITH TRANSFER STABLE
PIANOS,    ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD    ellKNITUsU: MOVED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY. _
Stabled In the res', ot the Ladysmith hetcl.    Leave orders at  tlrr
A blm Is lord
A. J. WASKBTT PROP.
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1ESEKAL LXPilESS AND
DELIVERY
WORK PROMPTLY tV>   •
Leave orders at the Ah.liot.ifor*.
Manufactured by
LE2KIE Go. Ltd
VANCOUVER B.C.
Syiopsls ol CaaaflM Homestead
Regulations.
Any available Dominion Lands
within the Railway Hell in British
Columbia, may lit homesteaded by
any person who li tht solo head ol
a fatally, or any male ovtr t ghteeu
years ol age, to the txteat ol one-
quarter lection ol 1C0 acres, more
or Ini.
Entry muit bt made perionally at
tba local land ollice lor tho district
in wUch the land ii tituatt,
Tht homesteader il required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one ol tbe following
plant:
(1) At least tlx months' residence
upon and cultivation ol thc land In
earb year lor three yean.
(I) II tht talker, (oi mother, it the
lather li deceased), ol the homesteader reside, upoi t tarm In the vlelnl-
ty ot the land entered lor, the requirements at to residence may lie
•atlifled by such person rcildlna with
the lather or mother.
(8) If the settler hat   hit perman
ent residence upon farming land owned by him In the vicinity of Ha home
stead, the requirement! ai to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land,
Six monthe' notice ln uniting
should be given to the Commlisioner
tl Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at 110
per acre for soft coal and 120 for
snlhrncltc. Not more than 820
acres can he naquired by one Individual or company. Royalty at the
rale ot ten centi per ton of 2,0(0
pounds shall be collected on tht
gross output.
W. W. CORY,
fleinity of the Minister of Interior.
"I believe every ballot, should   hi
cininleil."
Til go further than that. Incase
ol emergency, I would count some
ol them twice."—Lippincott's Magazine. THE MDySMJTH  WEEKLY LEDGER
Esqaimalt &_Nanaimo Railway
Time table No. i.
Kl ,,.,_ EFFECTIVE MONDAY, OCT, I,  III 00,
Trains leave Ladystnltli for Victoria ami ill liilcwiit-illiito stations at
9.00 a. m.. daily, and nt II.nn p. in. nn Wednesdays, Saturdays ami Sundays.
Trains leave Lriilysnvitli for YVeHingluii anil all Inteniicdliito stations
at 11.57 a. in. ilrhily, and at 5.55 p. in on Wodiicsilayg Saturdays and
Sundays.
EXCURSION TICKETS ON' SALE, TO AM) FROM A 1.1,.STATIONS,
good lor .going journey rfaltunbys a,iul Sundays, ri-triini^jint luten'fl-haiu-
thc following Monday1.
Geo, L; Courtney,
> District Passenger Agent
58 Government St., Victoria, 11.C.
.i.r
■:;i|H
'.'•;:;r-'l'S»lli
■   -'.'AY.
Ticket and Freight Ollice, 75
Government Street.
2Tanscontinental   0
•Trains Daily     L
The New Train
ORIENTAL LIMITE D
T.e Traia ot
Ease, Elcganco, Excellence.
Every mile a picture,   and
no smote to spoil the   view.
Through Compartment,   Observation and Pullman Sleepers;   alio  Through   Tourist
Cars to Chicago.
At antic Steamship Business to Europe
is our Specialty
Union   Terminals  wilb all
SU-amcr lines,
ilerth reservations by wire!  Fj
teat Northern S.S. Co.
FOR JAPAN   AND CHINA.
Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail Irom Seattle lor .la-
pan   and China ports at  Ire-
queer dates.     Exact   sailing
dates can lie secured upon application to any Great Northern representative.
S. 0. VERKES,
A.G.P.A., Seattle, Wash,   jjj
E. R. STEPHEN,
Gen. Agent, Victoria. B.C.    f.
■HUBS
H1LBERT
sgnmsB«acM5i«s«Bc?gse>:
mrwwmmMit:u#iimi:wimwt
RAYMOND & SONS
—Dealers in—
Lime, Plaster Paris,   Uriel.-,
l-'irc Uriel, and Vancouver Island cement.
3 Pandora St. Victoria B.C.
.Ka;!i*Pi-i;iaitai'aH»t»aroiBiJii3SKa
-. n,
Hollcltor, El:
may to   Lean
l.    RVCI l!»
-  LADVJVI H
M'Claryi
You can save1
Money by using
Mc Clary's Kootenay
Steel Range
Kootenay
Range
London-Toronto-Montreal
Winnipeg- Vancouver-Sf.JohnW.B.
The   Ladysmith Hardware Co,, Sole Agents
CANADIAN WHEAT FLAKES differ Irom ALL IMI'IIRTED
cereals, mil only in flying more carefully rmvnulnctured from
FINER ivlii-r,l,_lnii olso in tin- fact Utal Uiey nre ABSOLUTELY  FRESH.  Your grocer is in touch with our mills, which aro
Hunted in all Un- leading centres in Western Canada. There, is
uo i," I I,,i- storage nor risk of musty (lavor. In every packet
you Rill tinil a iiinsi irselul gilt, from Iln- Braekiinin-Keri Milling
i'iiiii|inirv Limited.
m
Manufacturers ofthe Famous
CUtlAN BLOSSOn
-iinie lm  Union Labor   Employed
(1   I.  BOOTH. Prop
|f^gffl|     EXCELLENT
mm Train Service
CHICAGO, LONDON,
HAMILTON, TORONTO,
MONTREAL. QUEBEC,
PORTLAND, BOSTON,
And iho Prlnolpsl rr-r In,-,., Centers or
Ontario, Quebec, and the S
Maritime Provinces.
AM0 TO BUFFALO, 111.'/ YORK AMI       K
PMUDilrHIA, VIA IIIAflAlt' FiUM. E
PorTlni r Tallies, ote., ndilrcS 1
oeo. w. vaux,.
Assistant 0,-n-l husensor sail Tlokot Agent, .
ISS AOSMS BT., CmOO'J, ILL. I
■ snirtrrt.'-^M.itrmrg.-
Fletcher Bros.
..Healers In. ...
'ianos  & Organs
UadysiT.ltll, B.C
Plumbing and. Tinsmiihing
DONE AT
Reasonable Prices
 Uy	
J. ANDERSON
Leave orders at fotcrson's Film -
lure Store, or telephone No 5V
WHOLE TOWN HAS THE HABIT.
" If physicians are wight when
they advocate plenty of fresh air in
winter and summer ns a preventive
and cure lor tuberculosis, Ihcu the
people ol Kvanstoii, III.. WTm't have
lo worry much about the great
white plague," says John It. Donald, ol that thriving Chicago sub-
ui'li, wlm is ol the Platnkinton
House. "Nearly the enlire city has
taken to sleeping mil, of doors or in
lonts. There is 1111 open air tenl
iu nerarly every yard, containing cotsj
and the Iresh air lad is iu full
blast."—Milwaukee News.
LEADS
THEM
ALL
Are Ion Qfiiiij Ml
be Mrs ymr tickets rut*
I fifth Western Lino
hi,
The only line now making UNION
DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL
and MINNEAPOLIS with tbe
through trains from the PaciOi
Coast.
THE SHORTEST LINE, TI
FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWES';
RATES, THE FASTEST TIME,
BETWEEN
MINNEAPOLIS, ST.  PAUL, CIO
CAUO,   OMAHA,    KANSAS HI
and ALL POINTS EAST.
For complin. Information ail y
local agent or write,
E. W. I'AHKI-.JI
General   «r-
910 lad Are., Statu.
NOTICE
From this, date the undersigned
till not he responsible tot any In-
lobtcdness Incurred except on a
vrittrn order signed by llie secretary
Rowland  Mrrirliin.
V. t. EXPLORATION A DEVEL
Ol'MENT CO., LTD.
Mnn Personal Liability.
Vietoria  II. 0.. w„ 18th. "Hill
LODGES
tADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.-
Hathbone Sisters, meets In the Odd
fellows' Hall every 2nd and 1th
Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.
MRS. KATE TATE,
M. of R. A C.
UNITED.ANCIENT OltDEiToiT
DRUIDS.
Wellington Grove, No. 4, UjA.O.D.
meets in the I.O.O.F. Hall, Ladyamlth, the Second and Fourth Wednesdays ol each month, commencing
Wednesday, 18th, 1005.
Visiting Druids arc invited to attend.   By Order
WM. RAPTEIt, Roc. Sec.
PATRICK BURK. N.A.
READS LIKf A S10RY
A Clark IHKRrll story in real lite
i.s reported from New Zealand. The
Taviitui, n Pacific trading slcaiuer,
recently arrived at Auckland wilh
Iwo intimlyrs ol tlio crew-,f the
Lord Teinplolon, a ship voyaging
Irom Ni'ivi-.rsilr lo Honolulu. They
were Englishmen, and Ihe rest ol the
crow wen- lorolgners. l-'Uhls and
iri'.i.iin-l.s among Un- latter were so
liiipieiit and violent that lire Englishmen found life on hoard intol-
crallile. So one night, In mld-Paei-
flo, they .seized a small .at u-id
mrlcllr led. They visited various
Islands anil were kindly treated by
ihe natives. Alter niaiiyi,advonturos
they reaehod Papottol Ihe principal
French trading cenler in Ihe Paotflo,
There they were piekeil up by the
Tavirini ami taken to Auckland.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
fi, P, BUI
& Co., Ltd,
PACIFIC COAST
AGENCY
■ Victoria, B. C. ■
A STRANG?
FRfAK Of NATURl
nNHMM :rVLr. iaw ■jutteimtama
NOTICE
Boots and Shoes made aud repaired. Contracts taken for clearing
land.
TAI  SING
FLBTCHER HI.DU.        ut. AVI-N1H-
DAY SCHOOL.
Unal subjects taught; also lin-
giage., drawing In pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colon, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in daises or Individually.
MISS BERTRAM,    Ladysmith, B.C
Public Notice
Attention Is called to the  fact that tts
Ogilvie Flour Hills Co.  Limited
makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR,    have for some Ural
past been producing fl„ar In a   vastly Improved and pirlfl ■■■ torn
by the atd ol ELECTRICITY
and having secured control ot all the basic patents relating thereto, tako this opportunity ot advising the public that Uy unauthorized users ol the electrteal  flour purifying processes will he pro*
seested.
OKllviflFlonr Mills Company Limited
are the only millers in Canada  whoie Flonr U
purified by the E'li.itrlo ?orjin
One ol the freaks of nature in In-
diuu Orchard, Mass., i.s n cherry tree
growing ou top ol an eighty fool
chimney. lt is a thriving troe,
standing ten feet above tlur cap ul
Ihe chimney, and il has grown lap-
Idly despite lii-ree winds which have
bent if almost double on its lolly
porch,      Every   spring il. Ill-
SOCIALISTS WANT A
RESTRAINING ORDER
Seatllr—An application has been
ina-ile to tire superior court lor an
order restraining William Hickman
Moore, as mayor ol the city, and
police, trom arresting without warrants nml holding wlthoul Inril any
rrl tin- tioclallsl lecturers who  Irave
lit.'li using lire slrools ol lire city for
public BpBakrliig. The application
"us made by Attorney Edwin .1
lliown, fur himself, A. lVii|f)-iik-nei-iil
lli-riiion K. Titus, Henry A. Adams
(Vli ni Harper) .1. A, MoCorkle,
T. C. tt'lswcll rinilj-:. 11. Karcher,
and tellies lire restrictions asked tho
court i.s called upon to "enjoin the
defondflfits from arresting bho So-1
ciallsls for speaking or conversing |
<ni the. public streets of lire cily ,f
Seattle    in all    cases  where      tlie I
Streets an- not obstructed anil llie
public not Inconvenienced/ tlml ll«
defendants In- enjoined from dating
the pl.riiililTs ami lire Socialist pal
ly or members thereof rights anil
privileges upon ilr<- public streets
granted lo other people; ilr.rl ihe
defendants he eom-mauderl In- an order ol Iln- Inriiolri'lde, i-oiirl to err-
force tin- law ngdinsl nil pcrsjms
Him nn- obstruct-faig Un- -r rents, nr
who nn- miiliiUiiuing nuisaiices on
tire street."
In closing, iln- petition declares
lhat Ihe mayor Iras designated certain streets where Socialists are allowed 1<, siic.rk, ninl when nn attempt has lieen made In deliver lectures .rl these places arrests linn
followed.
MARY AND HfR
LITTLE LAMB
A young woman, n blue ril^nonand
,i pet In inli were seen on York
street, near Front, Iln- other afternoon, .sa}.s The Toronto Star,     fie
nd comes to fruit, to Ihe delight la'1'1 separately this would not have
of the bird colonies ol Iln- neigh been unprcccdoiiUid, though Inn*
horhood. The chimney is a liule. '■'"* don't frolic every day un Kings
weather beaten at tho top, tlio cap- j liiBliwuy. Tlucc-in-onc ullivial/iou, sa>
.slimes broken away and many ol tlur '" stank, was different'. The lady's
bricks knocked out. by the ravages of j'"Wo may not lave boon Mary, and
the weather. Little by lillh- tho.'llle 'anil' i" Hie flesh |bt>.isl
wind has Wrought grains III sand °i| nol tin- snowy lleeco atlii
and soil there, and llllnl in all tho Imtocl in Ue lamb celebrated in pontile niches and holes, until asmall.etry.  Truth  in toll,  Ibe lamb  thai
aerial garden i.s flourishing all r nl nlinosl blocked York struct needed a
lire rim. (Irass and downs uro balli. Sundry rolls on the olty pave-
growing there in several varieties, nnolits had impaired the Iniruaculato
.mil can readily Msdistlnfsplshcd witli whiteness Dlscoverod by, Hie poet,
field glasses. Hut the most remark. | -'till, tin- juvenile sheep created a
aide tiling otrout this lofty garden Isjsensation. Crowds gatlierod, and, so
the cherry tree. II, is pn,l,n«|e that did Un-pi.lice. Incidentally sovcral I
some Innl is responsible for It, dogs took an Interest iin Hie wool
di-opplng a cherry stone there while [ly visitor, The lamb was timid, hoi
Baling lhc fruit on the lop of    the | ils owner had a parasol, anil  wl	
chimney, The stono lodged iu ono j sho.slucls out a cejnlino yelped. .So Hud
nl (he dirt tilled niches, where it'as Hie people wenl concerned the
sprouted. It is a puzzle, however,I himl) was unconcerned. It was not
how Ihe     nulls    of Ihe    tree have|alarmed even  when a hoy stole up.
pocket knife iu limnd, to cut the r.-rl
er., Tin- urchin \\|n.s cuugjht In III*- net]
however,    and narrowly   cscapod a
heart) cuff on the ear,
BANKS (IF NEWFOUNDLAND.
The banks of Newfoundland are
formed by lire sand, ice anil stone
bioughl from the north by Iln- ior-
bergs.
CONSIDERATE,
Nell-Thai horrid Mr. Hansom insisted upon kissing „1C Inst iiMit.
Belle—IVhy didn't you soixiiim?
Nell—I iliiln'i «.,m I,, BCftro t|in
I    fellow.
man shape. The effcel has liv-n deep
eneil hy the thicksel hairs ol Ihe
muscle, Hiving somewhat the .ii>ps. i-
.line of hiini.iii hair or a Ircnrd,
Thus Ihe Spanish and tin- Portugr e
give the manatee a name which
nilies wo/mpn lisli. nml the Dutch call
il the iludoilg l-.rlririll.uariiu4vi- or lillic bearded man.
llnlon-maile Capital & Nugget Cigars
found room to spread so as to allow il. in grow to a heigh I nl in
leet.
 %o%	
EASILY MANAO
"I am afraid, my love, | t I cannot let you have so muc. money
for your Wurdrojon as you had last
year. We must live more economically."
"Ob, that's all right, dear; 1 just
bad a letter from Kclcbiun's saying
that 1 may 'buy whatever I want
thero without paying a cent."
DEADLY  POISONOUS BEESWAX,
Wa.v i.s a substance * secreted by
heen that Is said lo be analogous
to the fat.of the higher animals.
Iu Patagonia, Tlorro del I'ucgo and | In Hie mnnatc
nlher port ions of soul hern South
America honey is never oaten. In
lire countries mentioned all beeswax
is u livid, whitish, nine color ami
more poisonous than- either ..trych-
niue or arsenic.
IN HIS Jrt'N LINE.
It seems lo me you're n 11itit- familiar," said ihc humorist when too
highwaymen held him up.
Hell." replied one of ihem, »luh"-
n handkerchief into tin- victim's
in,mill, "heie's something thai will
In- more familiar In you. It's .nr
old  gug."—Hliilailelphia Press.
THE MAX FISH.
There used to he traililioiis among
ihc sailoi.s of mermaids at sen,
half Women 'and hall lisli, and there
are lishes tlutl may have given rise
lo llie dvlief, from, their rrseml|l-
.iirci- lo hiimnn Ujslisgs. One nl these
is called the mnn fish,
This animal inhabits Ihe mouths
ni lire Amazon, Orinoco and other
South 'American rivers. Its name
(manntoe) has reference to the peculiar form of its .swimming paws.
These are composed ol solt parts,
ami a inriiijfiniic which infolds the
bones ol the hands ami lingers. Hut
four ll.lt nails all-
seen nl Inched to the edgr ol the
paw.
Tin- tail is also peculiar, lining
.1I1.111I uric fourth tho length of ihe
body ami oval shaped, not unlike
Lllai of the otter. The head Is
round, attached In lire jaidy wlthoul a neck, The muzzle in which
the nostrils are placed, is large and
fleshy, lire upper lip elcll and hi is
lied al lire side, the lower lip much
shnilcr and lire i-rniitli small.
When seen at a distance, with the
nnlerini pari nf the Isody mil of Hie
water, they are sometimes taken lm
sumo creature    approaching in   lm
Sunlight
Soap
Wash oilcloths
and linoleums wilh
warm water and
Sunlight Soap, rinse clean and wipe
dry.    The colors will be preserved
and thc surface unharmed.
Common soaps fade ihe colors and
injure the surface. Sunlight Soap cleans, freshens and preserves
oilcloths and linoleums.
Sunlight Soap washes clothes white without injury to the most
delicate fabrics, or to the hands, for it contains nothing that can
injure either clothes or hands.
Sunlight Soap is better
than other soips. bin is best
when used in ihc Sunlight
way (folljw directions).
Equally good with hard
or soft water.
SPOUTS GROUND
SUBSCRIPTION LIST
Hugh Thurnley.
N. A. Morrison.
T, O'Conneli.
J. Sanderson.
J. Eno.
D. O'Conneli.
.1. 0. Gillespie
Wm. Sanderson
R. McMillan.
W. S. Morrison.
Jas. Adam.
James Dunbar.
John O'Conneli,
W. Siler.
D. Johnson.
C. Hewlett.
Ed. Leahy,
W. Akcnhcad.
II. Hewlett.
A. Michie.
Thos. Lewis.
Jno Dunbar.
Eddie Jones.
Tom White.
R. Maguire.
Doc. Ellis.
A. Bryden.
John MleJiek.
J. McLcod.
M. O'Conneli,
W. A. Cornwall.
S. Tcust.
Geo. Robinson.
W. Ilaworth.
H. Fulton.
C. McMillan.
I). F. Anderson.
E. Clarke.
R. Wright.
J. McMillan,
K. Mckenzie.
Jas. Kemp.
W. L. Carter.
II. Ulair, Jr.,
W. Sneddon,
10. J. Conway.
Root, Rolston,
S. Freethy.
F. Fisher.
11. Miebie.
W. E, Bray.
A. C. Frost.
A. Portray.
S. Decker.
II. Wright,
II. Fagan,
O. Docile.
Hop Lee.
R. Callenrlar.
A. Howie.
G. Jackson,
R. J. Bowcn.
11. Boyle,
E. Morgan.
Angus Cameron.
Jas. Kerr.
S- Rollcndlni.
A. Meredith.
C. Mains.
R. Rafter.
J. Cox.
I-'. Ingham.
li. Barclay.
A. Crossnn.
Jno. Muir.
W. W. Wnlkem.
II. Manuel.
K. McAsklll.
J. Mleliek.
EARN CASH
In Your Leisure Time
Uym could s(.-.r! at ones la a business which would add a good round
sum to your present earning.—WITHOUT   IKVSST1NQ   A   DOLLAR—wouldn't
you do it?
Well, wa are willing- to .tart you In
a profitable business and we don't ask
you to put up any kind of anlollar.
Our proposition is thin t We will
ship you Ihe Chatham Incubator and
Brooder, freight prepaid, and
You Pay No Cash Until
After 1906 Harvest.
Poultry raising1 p.iyo.
Pcoplci who tell you that there Is no
money in ralsinp chicks may have tried
to m;ikc money in tlio business by using
setting- hens *ns hatchers, and they
might as well have tried to locate a
gold mine in the cabbage patch. The
busing of a hen i'i—io lay rggs. As
a hatcher and brooder she is outclassed. That's the bushiest of the
Chatham Incubator and Hrooder, nnd
they do it perfectly and successfully.
The poultry business, properly conducted, pays far better than any other
business for th-; amount of time and
money invested.
Thousands of poultry-raisers—men
and women all over Canada and tht
United Slates—havo proved to their
satisfaction that it is profitable to raise
chicks with the
CHATHAM INCUBATOR
AND BH00DER.
"Yotir.'iUthef.rpMnciihatnrlhnvo
mod, ami I wish lu ri"i<> J liuri ii
chlcki out of 61! i'.:,,';-. Thi» vimuy
flint lot; truly 11 luvnor cent, batah.
Inm well pleuo i with my incutmlor
nnd brooder, Ti'os. JlcNiL'uniOK,
Chilli wnck,B.C."
"My first hatch enrnn off. I cob
]"0 iliiocliieks from 1W cjx*. V, ha
can bent lhat f«r tlm Hat trial, and
to early in tun serine. I inn wpU
jiloaiHti with Inrubator, niul If I
could nol got another moiioy could
not buyitironi inc. Every foroior
MiouU lift von \o.:i Chatham Ini u-
bator.-K W. IUmjui', Jjiiniaillo,
Ont."
"Tho incubator you furnishtiflnie
works exceedingly well,   11 in taiiiljr
Operated, and only iii'cdn nbout 10
mlnntus attention every day.   H*
UcGl'vi'iii Aluims Jaw, Anna."
The Chatham Incubator and Brooder
i* honestly constructed.   There is- n»
humbug.about it* Every inch of material
is thoroughly tested, the machine; is
built on right principles, tlio insulation
is perfect, thermometer reliable, and
the workmanship the best.
The Chatham Incubator and Brooder
is simple as well ns scientific in construction —a woman or girl can operate
the machine in their leisure moments.
You pa}' 11 i no i-i-li until after 1906
harvest.
Send us your name and address on
a post card lo-day.
Wb ran siij'nlr you qi.iVkly from our
(IMill-■■lir.i; wi n'hmiM'i nt ('.dtrury, Bran-
(inn. .iYi;i'.■>, V> iiiuirvir. N.-tv \\ eitminuter,
li.C..Montreal.Haluiix.Chatham. Address
all iwnuopoadimco to Chulhatu. 311
n* Manson Campbell Co., Limited
Drpl.15 ACHATIIAM, CANADA
ctorlen st CfliTruM, Okt., and Demon.
et us qiiofo you prices
oa a tiood Faniitiig Mill
or ii«od Form Scale.
LUNATICS UoED
AS HORSES
A n-rr-iilrr slavo mart still exists
in marry i-mnitr, -lis'iirl of Fin*
Inail. Orn-.- a yr.rr ( Ir pu pcrs, lull. 1 tics ninl .,.:<•:! people ol i ch par-
i-lr .-isc-nnnol supirorl flicm ilvr-sara
put up al pirldiir auction am' consign
nl to llioso farmers or fa-mi Its who
nill boanl (linn at lire lowr I price
olTercd by tho parish official . Tim
helpless creatures arc ni.iile to work
.is much as possible by llirir owners, nlin have the ripjit to r-lmstiao
llri-in ami arc generally moi t InroUnj-
rin in llii-ir Irenliri'-irl. I.unal.lea havo
l-.-i-n usivl even ns cart horses.
X>O0O<X>t>OOO
1.MBH
NUR.SERIES, & SEED HOUSE*
Large Slock of Homegrown
Fruit am! Oiiiarnrnlal Trees
now nut-tirod lor tlio Fall
Trade,
iNo expense, loss or delay
ol fumigation or InapisUori
HcadqiiatlieM for faciflo
t'casl grown Garden, Field,
anl I'luwer Seeds in season,
Bee Supplies. Spray Pumps
•Vhale Oil Soap, Greenhouse
Plants, Cut Flowers, Bulbs
For Fall Planting
Wo do business on our own
jtounds—no r^nt to pay and
arc prepared to meet all
oompotttlM,
Let me ptloe your list he-
lore placing your order.
I'ataliiirue Free.
Mlnard's   Liniment for sale  every
where,
M. J. HENKV,
3om Westminster Road
VANCOUVBR THE LADYSMITH WEEKLY LEDGER
Smith, Fotos,
That's All
Local Items
Miss Smith was amongst tire visitors of Ladysmith this week, the
guest, ol lier cousin, Miss L. t'olburn.
A little dauglher arrived at the
)iiinn- of Mr. and Mis. .1. ll.-vtemaii,
of this city, on Tuesday last.
Amongst    thc 1 udysmith visitor
nt the New Westminster lair    this
iwcek was Mr. D. Johnson.
Mr. Geo. llcpple was amongst thc
hunters who have been making war
on the pheasants this week.
Mr. T. Waskett spent several days
In New Wet minster this week, |v visitor at tho lair being held in
city.
thai
Mr. and Mrs. .las. Bellas arrived
naek from their honeymoon on Tuesday last, and have taken up their
residence in (Iris city.
Mrs. II. Mercer and daughter, of
Kilmariiiick. Scotland, arrived in
Ladysmitli this week, and will tako
up their residence here.
Mrs. Thomas Slrang and sons, ot
Stirling, Scotland, reached this city
this week, where il is their intention
to reside in future.
Ladysmitli, with all Its recently
acflsjfred stump piles, should iie !n an
excellent pr.siiion to celebrate Iry
Fawkes Pay (his year.
Mayor Kioholson was amongst the
Ladysmitli visitors ai the New West
minster fair Ihis week, returning
home Thursday evening.
Saturday ntijht last, In the I'ini
Hall, Aliin.i Sorpnkko nnl Viktor
Wlikita were married in '.lie presence
ol a laree number of friends.
Wra. Silcr, proprietor of Ihe First
Avenue liverv-slmrlile. Iran recently
adder! n very nice, two-GCntttl, coveted WuiAsy to his stock ol cairkingca
Mr. c. Walters, of the local firm
of Wallers * Akcnhead, spent several day:; in Vancouver this week on
twsincs in connection will- his lirm
lere.
Mrs. Wm. Beverldge is at present
an inmate of St. foseph's Hospital
Victoria, whero she expects In remain for treatment lur the next lew
weeks.
The high wind <>1 Tuesday nomine
last proved too strung for Iho 'rigi,
Wall ol tlie lirinil-lmll court on tin
Esplanade, wilh tlie result tint If ir
HOW spread over tin- court.
Mr. atidMrs, McOaln, ot Pernio,
are. at present residing in Ladysmith
having arrived here Ihis week. Mr '
nnd Mrs. McCain are well known ir
this vicinity, having formerly lice:
lents ol (Jorthflold.
Moid     last Mr   ''   Weaver,
I   • Ml  I'm employ ol "ITrssrs.
'•'            ' er ■     presented
'-7 '     fdl'v   clerl ■    ■■:"   - i-inds-
romn Iravellln- - ■  i mnr'.
of i- ■'■■"•■! i-i -\h, held    by
hi': Foil        ■
Mr. M. Rray, goverumenl rr-.-nl, ol
Nanaimo. w ■ In he city Wednesday
iftenioon, Mr. Bray visited the
rood camp, where the mm received
their waffles lor Ihe month, nnd afterwards visited tire new- v.-horf. The
latfer haatysen complotcd nnd is now
open for puhllc use.
CANADIAN WHEAT FLAK ES differ from ALL IMPORT) :)
cirrenls, nnl only in l/cing more carelully liiainifirictured In i
"TCEH wheat, Inil also in the fact that they are ABSOLUTELY FRESH. Vinir grocer is in touch with our mills, which ir- r
situatal in all thc leading centres in Western l 'lunula. Then i
no need lor storage nor risk of musty flavor. In every pack. 1
you will linii ri most useful gift from the llrackiiirin-Kcrr Milling
Company Limited.
wheat family which are perennial,
and reappear in ihe same fields or
localities from year to year indefinitely,
CRAVFiNETTE RAIN COATS
Look like over-coats, and In
fact, they are overcoats. Hut
they are Raincoats too	
Soft, Light & Dressy=looking
THE   CLOTH   IS   ALSO   WATERPROOF
NO RUBBER -— NO ODOR
WILL KEEP YOU WARM IN
WETWEATHKR AM) DRY
IN WET WEATHER
$10.00 to 18.50
WALTERS and AKENHEAD
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
However willing he may be to do
so, no man can play "liooklo" from
the school ofexperiencc.
Installment collectors novel' grow
woary.
Too many eooks consume the bouji
before it is served.
A shoe   that     pinches our   neieji-     	
bor's foot is r. ridiculous vanity.      |
The sell made man didn't have   n  Apply   10-
pattern, and you would   guess it   lo 	
see him. J.STEWART
Doctors when Ihey arc sirli shlt'k
drugs. They send lor Ihctr mntlti'is-
in-law.
To a lmogry man tbe Ijest looking
woman is    tlie one wlio knows bow      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Tho   man  who loudly proclaims I   THE LADYSMITH ORCHESTRA
that he is poor lint honest  irr   apt I
to slack up proud and foolish loo. <L;,k' Robertson's)
 u  Cornel   I. YVhilcomln
Tilt-: PRESIDENT'S FLAG      |Violin   A. Atichinvolc
Piano  ,  P, fl. Ashlon
1'.in [-i- engaged for- DaticeB, Sociiala
etc.    A larger iniiriln-i- of plooescan
PASTURE LANDS
= For Rent =
CONVEYANCER - NOTARY PUBLIC
Phniic 3
P.O.   Hoxr»<i8
ii'jwiKa
Ask for Capit B. and NukrcI Cigars
Mrs
J.iys
11. t'ollinson is speudiiiR a lew
in Victoria this week.
FOOTBALL SEASON
OPENS TOMORROW
(Continued from Page One.)
Minanl's Liniment Cures Dandruff
Choice Lemons 40c. Dozen
Bananas 35c. Iiozcrr
Sweet Oranges 40c. Dozen
Sweet Piririlos 6c- Pound
Pineapples joe.   Etch
Tokay Grapes 60c. llasket
Muscat drapes 60c. llnskct
Table Peaches a lbs. 35c.
Coirisiiiuts 2  for 15c,
Choice Apples $1,2.5 it ox
KIPPERS
SatMON
HALIBUT
ALL NICE AND PW.SH
> Try our 38c. Coffee.
f Fresh Around ; ■
lortilile alteration has been
made this week In lhc interior ol
ii local sodfl water factory, own-
,-ii by W. E. Rumrnlngti and the
place is much improved thereby
A meeting ol Iho policy holders in
the Mutual anil New York Life insur
tucc companies will be held tomorrow .i!ln'i'iwfiii in the opera house.fo|
the purpose ol discussing the forth-
L'omihg election of directors.
Tin.- funeral of Simon llolman Ivey
..lm (lioti at bis icsidoiicii on QfljfftCl'o!
Lreel on Thursday afternoon, will
take place tomorrow afternoon   ol
1 !
turce o'clock trom Ihe family rosl-
lenei to the Ladysniilh cciin Icrv.
.'it.ikI.s and acquaintances kimllj ac-
tcr*1  tliis last intimation.
Two automobiles passing through
LndysmiUi Wednesday afternoon were
1 eld up ii; the vicinity oi The Ljwljge^
uiT.ce. Knowing that they were noi
i (oeedlng the Bpoed limit, ihey were
.1 loss to undersUuk! tlic cause of
' il dotcntton until a largo Btumpa
yaids ahead of them suddonh
; iho In the air as the result ol the'
iIq don of powder which liad heen
.Mi-d under it hy  the road men.
it Is expected that work will     le
mmeticed   on Richard Hi mining
property, Mt. .Sicker, shortly, mvim
) within a couple of weeks, and it
-    nol iii.- all unlikely    lhat  within  j
two months' time the mine will boa
tipper. That it will pay from the
rsl shipment there seems to be no
ion to doubt, and local shatehol-
is are to he ei.n^ratuhited upon
tett holdings. '
Tho committee who have charge of
e sports grounds   request  parents
.nig  iu Ihe Vicinity of Ihe grounds
■ 1 keep children on same as much ns
as tho grass seed icoently
li 1 I1.18 Just rticel) started,  and
. all ing on Ihn   grounds al present
drill  damage them consldcrnhl",   .*«*-
; nl.iy the sitiTTip-pulloi   was al Wnrk
n ti:e approach to the     grounds,
clea-ring away the largest ol     the
lumps, and much Improvement    is
11.led thereby.   The committee  i re
to pay the city for tlie work   lone-! y
tl !■ stumper, and they   are only   too
pi 1 sod to do so, as, if the work h.nl
lo he done  hy  hand  it would  ..iwt .1
considerable amount.
ml to obtain any notable, victory, En
ihnsiasls, therefore, may depend upon the home team being in the best
possible shape when called upon to
enter the struggles mentioned."
The fact, -as staled by the Times,
lhat the Vietoria United team h depended upon to win the Island chain
pionship is all news to the Ladysmith iiij.i'ujation, anil as they have
been hoard from in Ihe past when il
e.inii- tn winning championships, they1
expert to relieve the United from
some of their responsibility hief.no
ihe season is over.
Today is the hist day the slump-
pulling 1 wchine wilt w-nrk in thocity
fm some lime, ;tt least, as it stalls
this morning nn the home sketch up
the avenue, and will ltd direct to the
station, where it will be loaded on
ears. Kitchener si reel will not he
chla rod, as only two or Utreo stumps
nood removing, and it has Hwu decided cheaper to burn them than to
move the machine in to them.
, -   ., %f>*v — —-
At a meeting of the fire briftade last ev
ening it was decided lo hold n social
dance on the < veiling of Thanksgiving
hay, Oct. iMli, 111 Gould'8 httll.
COMING!
Oct. 16th
ladysmith "Opwa House
MISS JEANIE       FLETCHER
The f'.i,-.,l Scottish, Singer, timiin
p.miiil In Miss May Melilririn, violin
1st,.
DON'T KAIL TO   ATTEND.
When In need ol a rclreshlng
FACIAL MASSAGE
Shrive, h.-iili-lit, Heard Trillilllitii-, Hath,
l-.n-.r Btc,, fill on THOS. LEWIS
Special appointments tor I.ailh*'
Mn usages and Shampoos.
Some hoys anil girls may nol
know that the president of Ihe l'n-
ileil States has a speeial Hag. It
was designed and Iirst used by President Arthur in 1883. lt wns a
hlue g-round wilh the arms uf tlio
United States in the center. Whenever Ihe president is on liiniil rr rjjol
ornment vessel it is hoisted at tne
main.
WHEAT PLANTS.
There are several plaitls    of    Iho
NOTICE
On and after Monday, Fcpt. 17, I will
be found in our new shop on First
Avenue, next to Carter's Fruit
Store Shaves and haircuts a specialty. — — —
HOT and COLD WATERBATHS
.1.   II I I. IH AN
WATCHMAKER
OP Til IA
■X
FIKST AVi-NUli & OATACKB
IB, C,
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
x
X
X
FOR A
t
We have just to hind, a large asso; tment of
<0>   goods of the newest and lat st designs
♦
Including
♦ Dress  Goods,  Shirt  Waists,  %
♦ Belts and Collars, Lace Cur-
♦ tains, Ladies' Wrappers, Rugs,
♦ Carpet Squares, Etc., Etc.
A Large Shipment of
riri-il il rcquiri-il.
T.-r.iiis, ele , llox 2rj:i, Ladysinith,
Ir   r   accommodation frrr transient
ul   i.irrir.ilrr ii!  Iriurrlri's rrnil lodgers
GRAND      HOTEL
This new Ihilrl hiia been cofnfovt-
ablj furni: hi ti and tlio bar is up-to
dale Rate i U.00 a day ami upwards.
WM. BIDViSlUDG.2, Prop.
ISSrtiAKADK     -  -     LADYSMITH
HI«HOTEL
Lot Jones, Prop.
Dofii! SuispkiS Dar in Town
(Hall BlocV Irom Depot.)
PV'i'ACl'.'    STMEET-     Lnilysnilth
I rlLiL-r New .llr-lingnltnit
HOTEL WiLSON
Jus- R. MoKinnell, Prop.
TMANAIIVIO
Con ...r-rcrir  Merrn   liend rairters.
I    ni      -Irurrly  first Cluls
lire Prool    tiiiildl«.
HOTEL DOMINION
11 fill—
!      I  bus Stilling. Altl
1        - -  ovorj li.
■   tii   .
1
.       !        ,
B, C
I?
Ixpected Next Week
:
Simon %imr A %e.
■      LIMITED ▲
♦ ♦
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
P When ordering your'M12AT don't forget to 2
E call on us. We kerp nothing but the UEST 3
-z. that the Market can afford and guarantee 3
^ mt^isf^ctTon
I ROLLED Ml 1Kb'»y B Ht J.
I ArHOVV^E
^ MEAT  MARKET ■
3
...
W. Q. Fraser
STi:.\M   ItBATB
i'urnishbu
• 1   .    n     fct T
■    ■ ■
ABBOTSFORD .HOTEL
A. J.iMcMURTRIG, I'roprleior
Newly fitted up ami
Kurnishi-il
LaUVSMITH,   . C
1,..  . -, ibles and good
Renins
1 ins lintel Inm   been completely ceoova
(loard mil lr,.i<iii ll DO pn day.
HOTEL    F^ ORIA
JOIINTi'A, Proprietor
llir Supplied with the Best   WtaoB,I»t Avenue ■'  -'  -   Lsttysuilth B.l
 Lti|iiors and CtKsrs.
None Betlcr-Capltnl & NiiKRel tlRnrs
(". Itli nl.' THANKS
On in-linii ol myself and family, l
wish lo express our irinn-rr- thniihs
and ,in|iii. i.i'iriir lo iiur ui.iiy Irionil
who kj kindly ntrrl sympfltliettoally
.1 -1, ns during our rri-i-iit time
ut allllctlun. EveryUiing Uial wns
poseUAc -.-,.is iloirn lor us lliy our
iniiiiy linil frii-iiils, riiiil wc 1nki- Ihis
nir-.irirr nl  publiOl)   lli.nil.ilill i-nrll nlMl
every onc nl limn.
ki;Ii:i) iiKi-iAVKs
I.nilyinullh, 11. C.
Hiiinril's Liniment Cures Dandruff.
The BRITISH BULL-DOG
U only one of ft hundred dlffisrcDl
-'-.iin--, nnd hIsos our Urlnr U turnoil
'   ont In.   Tho porftct iimilltr of tbo
f  Briar and Urn skill with which Lhey
oiu ffltulu. (iiikllflov I hum ua tho
Best
ShilHng Six-Penny Pipe
in the World
TORY WIL.I, NOT nuHS.
TltliV Witt NOT irllACK.
tvtry Pip. Guarantied.
SOLD IN CANADA FOR Be.
Just roniflmbar anil ask for
"Shield Brand" Pipes
lii»  IK M
|R  V(»U WANT Aliinili	
,...,  .-FIRST  CLAS'i   MEAL
CALL AI —
J. X. Smith's Restaurant
ALWAYS OPEN FIRST AVENUE.
111111 itjimwin iiUimiwiiiiii 1 mi
"RIGHT AT YOUR DOOR"
MERCHANT TAILOR
I! FIRST AVENUE,
Suits Made lo order to Fit and to your Satisfaction.
Call and sec Stock.
■
ONI OF THE CHOWSf STOCKS OF-
Fresh Meats
In the City, Always on Haiid
~E. G. PA N iTeLL
r<>(<
&
WE HAVE A LARGE
NEW   STOCK   OF
UST FINEST   QUALITY ,|ig]
Cold   Rol'ed   Polished
imi
rroiu 1-4 to 4 1-4 inches diameter
E,
n
0, LTO.
I     1 (THE HlllMINiillAll OF ll.     C.)
123 Government Street, Victoria, B, C,
AND AT VANCOUVER, KAMLOOPS AND VERNON.
v. n. ic2i
GENERAL   BLACKSMITH   SHOP
MADE TO ORDER iinil REPAIRED  AT  SHOUT NOTICE.     Dltll.l.,:
SHARPENED BY US     ALWAYS   HIVE SATISFACTION.
—PICKS HANDLED A  Nl) REPAIRED—
R- WRIGHT
1 kilter Street,-     -   -       Mnivsi ■■ it'.-, b. C
TH6 CITY MARK6T
R. Williamson Prop
1 st. Avenue Ladysmith B. C,
Dr. R. B. Did ®w®m®8m<,ffi&i
Surgeon Dentist        j«j
All work guaranteed anil at reason-r [*g "S
nhlir rates.
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE
Gatacre St        Ladypmith
0|Kn at all hoiin.
LADYSMITH   BAKERY
CHOICE   CAKES    AND   PASTRY
ALWAYS   FRESH  ON HAND
Hi-rliling    I'aln* fluilo   to Onlnr
FRUITS   AND   CANDIES OF ALL
KINDS.
Fresh Bread Every Day
I'rleea   arc    Vetj Rnutonniiln.    All
insloiners arc Triatod Alike.
HOP LEE& CO.
ON TIIE   SSPLANADE.
TtxtmaamtmmtmBatutwBtmamaz
PAIIITINB    &   PAPERHAHG1HG
Neatly and Artlatlcally Done
Orders Promptly Executed
S. ROEDDING
LADYSMITH   rsr.it    .     B, C,
„ 'SMITH"
I "PARKFR"
1 "RtMINGTON"
I AND
ji-uns
Full %Uzk
LADYSMITH
HARDWARE
COMPANY LD.
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