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 Ladystiith Daily Ledger
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PUBLISHED IN THE LEADER OFFICE
VOL
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f)ilJ># 'i i>H,5T
 FRIDAY, NOV. 25, 1904.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
SCHOOL
ARETOO LARGE
mp.-tor Stewart's Opinion on Effect of th«^
Overcrowded Condition of Class
Rooms in This City  V
New Rooms Now Building but Temporary
Relief-Difficulties Under Which the !
Teachers Labor'
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Mr. A. Cr Stewart, School inspce- of the lower divisions ran to'' 70 or
tor, who is on an official tour of the over. The effect ol this over-crowfl-
yarlous schools qf the district, left | ing ^is to retard tjie ^progressjofi th,c
today i for., Chcnjainus,, bavin j    cijnii
pletel his examination'hero into the o^.-,^ WthVcaseMt wai ovej-
progress ol the Ladysmith school. In taxing"- the powere Of tho teachers
reply to questions asked him Hester- jujdj ..they could not be blamed for
day evening Mr. Stcwact said
MUST AT ALL HASARDS
ATTACK PORT ARTHUR
Girders Given Today to Capture   the Main   Fortifications Re''
gardless of How Many Lives are Lost in
the Assault
liiis' state ol things. With the two
new 'rooms now being built, the pressure Would, pc'fhapsr 1n?;"ert5vcdr' as
far as the present attendance at tlioi
school wns conce/ned, out t ho ±own
was' gro'wmg""anir mrxir'ycartheirc
would be njore. cliHdrcn'of school -£<!.
This meant that, still bicre.ised nff-
tbc
that
tlie present school is far fno overcrowded to expect Irom tlie teachers
the most satisfactory results, 'ihe
attendance. • Here is somewhat. over
500 pupils, giving an average of 62
or fi.'l pupils to a division. With'such
ii number of children'no teaelicr could coniinodiition was neuessyy iu
accoilrjrlfsli ns'good work' as was.dc- matter of rooms,
sired—not from any fnnll. of,tlic in- These remarks of ;>fr. Stewart's gp
struirlor, but. because it,was quite to show lhat tliq p>6ple of I a'ly-;
Impossible for one person lo li ok smith, if they desire io be alien:,
aflcr so many pMdreu, Iln Victoria ol other places-and ghx-1 their1 il,i|.
anil Vancouver the average fler tench- dren proper' educational lm i iliert,
cr is about '15 actual ,aHendni,c, njtae.1,. .iiirroaser-iheir school accoiniua-
wilh an enrollment, piuhaps, of 50 option and Leaching sjafj to keep ub
children to 'the division. \ Here   one "wi_.i.it_. rapid'growth ol the city. '
HEARING    •'      "jCONVeNTIOJS. J
THE APPEALS IS SIGNER
Western Fuel Company Tliril.
Wild Lauds Assessed Too
High
.lodge Harrison yesterday allmved
flic Western Fuel Company tn rirrike
their appeal before; Him1 as" tehiA of
Revision against "flic assessment oi
Ureir properties, Ulc alifleilliilriiltli-.il
ly.affected the value ol wild Ir nils
held by the appellants.. Tho tli.'er-
enec in value of these between ihe
assessor ah'd company is some' r*2,-
000, roughly sp'oalking. Tlio appeal
was partially heard yesterday *' and
goes on ,at Nanainio this afternoon.
The heariiujitwim probably last a
couple ol days.
HOT BEECTIONSv
A Dawson despatch sneaking of the
election campaign now", in progress,
says: A wing "of the Liberal Yu! on
party headed by Tom) O'llrieli;"; has
combined with the Yukon Conservatives and indorsed Dr. Alfred Thorn-
sou, ol Dnwsoli, the Conservative
candidate lor tho'Dominion-parliament, . Foural- legal nominations
closed «n Monday,-leaving FredX'DVi
Congduii, tllc Yukon governor, opposing Thomson. Congdon has resigned
tho govcrnOrshi)!, nnrl il is reported
that frank Oliver, an editor at Edmonton, N.W.T., is to Jid the next
governor. 'The office is temporarily
vacant. At a meeting at Mammoth,
Congdon Invited ntlacks upon '' his'
persona! honor. Ten speakers . responded. Alter his accusers finished,
Congdon' replied in a two-hour speech
When he concluded, tliq entire audience was yelling and creating such
-disturbance, that neilhcr side cou.it
he heard. The afiair cani-r near re.,
suiting Iti a riot.    '.        . ,;,»
RECKl.EHrS (EXPERIMENT.
San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 25.—Thc
Examiner. today tells a story of luv/.-
ing practised' by students of the Hopkins institute ol Art, in this city,
which in one ciirrc, it is claimed, has,
resulted in' serious- injury to tho
youthful victims.    A student named
St. .Petersburg, Nov. 25.—The Anglo-Russian .convention was signed by
Count Lamsdortf, thc minister ol
Foreign Allaire and Sic Charles Har-
dingc, the Ilritish Ambassador, this
afternoon.
The convention contains eight articles on the lines already published,
embodying an amendment required by
Russia to Article 2, providing that
the 'commission shall determine ttie
degree of blanic, by the addition uf
tlie wtirifs "Suqjetrts ol cither power
or stale." Thc convention hcrefa-
-hiiounced by.'the Associated Press,
designates tho Emperor ol Austria tq
appoint ,ii,fifth commissioner in ca'sl
the four naval officers disagree.
Hlairti_)lAdaiei,hiveIJ_.l1<iW«\c;d
a carload of ,Pgilvle'a1 dour, and thfis
week' R'sloop loiulfd with hay and
grain will be in'lor them from the
Fraser.
A.T. Duronic, it is snid, wns
ped to a chair with a'Tiicta!
• THE GERMAN ARMY.
' In * woAf* Jflui?. olil.T^t.iiiiC Spartan
simplicity of. Iiic that" was -he of
the chief characteiislies of Hie Prussian officer during lifly years between
Waterloo ami Sadow'a, rwhori Ii6 was
.traiuiug tur. his-magnificent teats
•against.Ausir|a nfld"France,"Injsrift-
Piirted, says Hoil von Siiiierliranrl In
the ■ World Today. In too . ninny,
cases spendthrift methods and riotous and liixurant living have .replaced it. Iiic Kniser vainly Issues decrees and army orders against it.
Every Autumn, nller the big man-
dciivres, when llie bulk ol the changes
in the army—promotions, retirements
and forcible tliscluirges-.re" promulgated, there is quite a number ol
names of officers.made known whose
dismissal has been caused by profligacy) r on frorircf AI {tliis Sloes no.
augur' well' for the torture, "although
jit would bo .goingitem- far to say
|th_l the afiny'(s(|frit,",asra whole,
is already seriously-altccled by It"
•Still, viewing the various tendencies'
at work within the Clcrman arniy—
and particularly thc Prussian part
rof il—calmly and judiciously, one
dfle-j lliui -sijWrul stailiing Wits)' •of
similarity wliich tho |«.iml following tlic death ol Frederick the Client
strapv Janil which led to thc complete down
seat, fajl.iif Prussian .military prestige, at
and aineleolric current Hietl"Hurnod .fcrii'a.• "Priisril-, )ms not, sb 'far, had
oh the chair As a result, according, jlior Dr'oyius affair, it is true, but
t_"(.lic story, Durome's body' lias there have, boeii„nntjeqablc n, ..ni.mi-
bcon paralyzed from the hips down- nee of symptoms iif'lheir kind near-
ward, jy, if not 'quite, as alarming.
ur.i ;   Ov'j qj.   '-   i; P'J f-fl-f!
> . ■' i" i1'1 ■ t . ■
Operations are So Far Advanced That Japanese are Confident of
Overwhelming the Garrison Weakened by Sickness
and Privation
RENEWED ATTACK •
ioi-ha-OH POR'J' ARTHUR' •
COMMENCED TODAY. «
Washington, D. C, Nov. 25.- •
The Associated Press learns on •
excellent authority that the Jap- *
anese army, has lieen ordered to' *
* », *   **..   ♦   •   *   •   •   .
•renew its attack on Port Arthur •
today and to take the main for- *
tllications at any cost.
♦ •*   *   *.'*•   *   .   *   .
BEFORE PORT ARTHUR.
Headquarters olr the .Japanese army before Port Arthur, Nov. 23, via
Fusan, Nov. 25—The possession ot
the Rihlung and Kcekwnn forts enables the. Japanese to pluoe a sufficient force, on the north front of the
eastern ridge of forts to execute a
sweeping movement against thc battery • positions on the crest of the
western ridge of forts and 203 Metre" Hlll'/'Wiicli' (is yet 'they' have not
-Ptyircd, .   . , ,     . ,        ,
'--    '   CLOSE TO END.
Tokio,'- Nov. 25.—It     Is reporttid
(Associated Press Despatches.)
that the Japanese saps directed prospect of the arrival of the Baltic
agafnst''RlhIiing Mountain, Saungshu fleet causes much exhilaration ol the
Mountain and East Keekwan Moun-men ol Admiral Togo's squadron,
tain have reached tlie base ol tho ! who arc longing to exchange the mo-
centre. ditches. The defensive works; no tony of the blockade for decisive
outside' the parapets of Rihlung fighting. Lists published in Tokio
Mountain have been capt'uKiI, lcav-jof the casualties sustained in the
ing the Russians in possession ot" the at lacks on the permanent fortresses
parapets only, the Japanese guns j from August iy to August 24 total
shelling the parapets, and  inflicting  11,100 including 500 officers, 200 were jern papers and probably telegraphed
the attack immediately and the left
did also after a hard fight. As a result ol the repulse the Japanese occupied Poutuen. The Russians left
many dead on tbe field.
HOLD POScTIONS.
Ocn. Kuroki's headquarters in   the
field, Nov. 24.—Thc reports circulated during the past week in the east-
killed. Prisoners state that the el- abroad to thc effect that Gem Kuro-
' feetive strength ol the garrison does [ patkin, in making a general advance
j not exceed 8,000 men, ol whom only had pushed back the Japanese left a
one-thltd are provided with winter distance of three miles, are wholly
r clothing. There are-numerous low unfounded. During the last month,
cases of ojithalniia, owing to want | both armies have doubtless strength-
|of sleep. The number of Russians f ened their defence and accumulated
! killed in battle and from dysentery , supplies in that time.   The Russians
heavy damage. The occupation ol
the torts is expected shortly. 11 the
lorts are taken, thc capture ot Port.
Arthur proper seems to be assured
within a short time. ,
CONFIDENT OK SUCCESS.
New York, Nov. 25.—A Tokio despatch to the Times says: The publication of unofficial news from   Port from October 2(lth to November 12th
Arthur is no longer prohibited in To. j is given as 2,000.
bio.    The besiegers arc progressing l WAKING UP.
rapidly in spite ot numerous petty | Field headquarters Gen. Oku's ar-
sorlies, nearly all of which are made, my, Nov. 23, (1 p.m.), via Fusan,
at night. A leading journal which dc- Nov. 25.—Tlie Russians are showing
precatcs haste, inasmuch U says sonic activity in front of Gen. Oku's
that the end is certain in the rear   army.    At driwn today detachments
future,    reflects the national
which Is calm and confident.
nrood
The
attacked in two places, the lelt and
centre divisions; the centre repulsed
continue their reconnaisance in front
of the Japanese entrenched positions
Thc Japanese continue to ignore the
daily shelling which takes place in
front of the central army. In many
places the whole line ol trenches are
so close that the Japanese can draw
fire at any time by displaying caps
and rags on sticks.   A lew casual-
(Contlnued on Page 4.)
ma uk m til
Sir Forrest Fulton Responsible
For Outrageous Miswuv
,,.. Wage of Justice    .
Adolph  Beck,    Innocent   of
Crime, Served Five Years
in Prison
On Wednesday evening as thc train
London, Nov. 25.—The report ol
tbe) cooii-il-tee ot inquiry iin thc case
ol Adolph" IMS-,' wltb tor the crime
>f William Thomas, alias John
Smith, served j a term ol live years'
imprisonment    in  England,  on the
barge, .ol obtaining money nnd jewels froln "wdniea under false pretences, places practically the entire
blame lor the mrscaiiriago ol justice
:u|ron the judge, Sir Forrest Fulton,
;who oxeluded. Ironi Beck's . tral, in
ilSllli all evidence favorable tq the
accused .nil who refused to state tt
reason lor the consideration ol     a
ighcr,,coprt.. The.committee finds
that il the matter could have been
jbrought iMrfore-a'higher court, a flaw
in the proceedings must have been
Idiscovcrcd nlui tlic: conviction quash,
cd," and that If there had been a
[|iinlillcd lawyer In thc home office,
hhc real,nature of the miscarriago
Iwould have been brought belore the
perma.'hcut under, secretary lor homo
.flairs so as to compel intervention.
Tlie"j report qxoneraled police and
lother (ill)cials\] Irriuii' all charges ot
conspiracy,, but finds that the action
jol tlic home office in dealing with the
case was defective .owing to lack ol
legal training <ut thc part ol the subordinates, The committee expressed
it lie opinion "that'tlic establishment ol
a criminal mint ol appeal is, not necessary, as lhc present machinery ol
review, il made more cIHoicht by
the instructions of thp pepper clement In the home ollice, ought to
give proper relief ol Innocent persons
_uvlc.t«l through mistakes, ot law
or facts.       The committee remarks
iin the   extraordinary lact that   In
the trial ol 1001 the innocent man
beck was convicted through the ig-
LOVES OLD DREAM.
Francis Brown and Margaret Harris, both Irom Hunter, walked into
the County Clerk's office at Salt
Lake City on Tuesday and asked for
a marriage license. The groom gave
his age as eighty, and his grey hair
and beard did not belie his words.
Thc bride was "lair and forty" plus
five years. A. B. Smith, the deputy
expressed 'surprise that the bum
should start out in married life at
such a "tender" age.
cense had been issued lhc i oriplc
wanted to lie married then and there.
As it was noon and most ul i he deputies and clerks werc at luncheon,
Deputy Smith did not bother to take
the pair into a corncr room
the knot is usually tied, lie pronounced the words that made the
two one, and the bride marched
away upon the arm ol the "verdant
youth."
——-o	
UNCOVERS SKELETON.
While hunting on Saddleback Island
near Anacortcs, Wash.,, O. Slatt
wounded an otter. Thc aiiim.il look
refuge in a hole, and while Slatt
was preparing to smoke it ont he
uncovered a human skeleton that
had been in a shallow gsavc and cov-
escd over with rocks.
The hands had been tied over tlic
head and pieces of cord still adhered
to thc bones of the wrist. Thc clothing had entirely decayed, and north-
THE MOTOR
MAY RUN
Magistrate Acquits tlie Sausage
Machine    of  Damaging
Precious Health
Today Mr. Geo. Thomson, in his
When tire ii- capacity as magistrate, dismissed
the. tase brought against Pannell &
Plaskett for allowing the water from
thcir sausage machine motor to run
on Gatacre street. The position he
where 'al,cs 's "'at it was not shown'to be
deleterious to health as charged. Mr.
F". McB. Young appeared for the city
and Mr. Simpson lor.the defence.
MOUNTED POLICE.
Winnipeg, Man., Nov. 25.—Charles
Hoolic, for five years a member ol
tho Northwest Mounted Police, has
been appointed chief of the Manitoba
mounted police to watch the boundary for. thieves and highwaymen.
Constable Ilaytord, was drowned in
the Reed river, a tributary oi the
Rainy river, while searching for Indian thieves.
DANK FAILS.
Washington, D.C., Nov.  25—   The
Hig  Bond  National Bank, ol Davenport, Wash., bus been closed by  di-
ing was found to lend to lhc idcntil rcAtion ol tire United States Compt-
ficatlon ol th? body. j roljor of    the   currency.    National
The skeleton is supposed to    have """I' Examiner Wilson has been   aa-
been that ol   one    ol the gang    ol pointed reccipcr.    The   failure
KNIGHTS WILL
MEET TONIGHT
Pythian   Lodges  to   Receive
Visit From Grand Chancellor Ferguson
Damon Lodge, No. 8, and Wellington Lodge, No. 2, K. ot P., aw
holding a joint session this evening
in honor of the visit of the Grand
Chancellor, A. H. Ferguson, of Westminster, who is making an official
visit here. He is accompanied by
Grand K. ol R. and S. Emil Pferd-
ner and Grand M. olS. Thomas
Walker, of Victoria, It is also likel
ly that Grand V. C. George Johnson
ot Nanainio will be here this evening- A banquet to the visiting
grand officers v. ill close the evening. From _:i. re Grand Chancellor goes to Din: i tomorrow; thence
to Nanainio on Monday, and Comox
on Tuesday. He has just returned
Irom visiting tne lodges in the interior and makes a very lanorable report ol thc progress ol the order
throughout the province.
smugglers and piraces that terrorized settlers on Sau Juan Islands for
many months. These pirates did not
hesitate to take Irom the settlers
anything which IheJ desired, ami the ''e('
latter did not hesitate to shoot when
they caught sight of one of the pi
rates in the act ol robbery.
DIED ON THE TRAIL.
Friday evening four miners, all
well known in Nelson, left the Bart-
lett hotel late at night to walk to
the Silver King miae. They were
AUrod Rowe, Dave Lewis, John An.
grove and Fred Hodge. They had
cording to a statement issued by the!often ma<,° the same trip   before to-
eiunpt roller,
, due, to   losses
sus- getter and none   olthem had    any
laincd upon excessive loans,   iwinct- idea ol danger when Rowe dronned
pally to mining interests, with which j  0»cc last   winter henad dropped
Ihe officers of the bank are   identi-'   ,.       .. , uroppeo
.   ,out on the march to the mine on a
o — oM
night,   and   after an anxious
WORKMEN SECEDE. 'search the next morning his   friends
Winnipeg, Man., Nov. 25.— By    a discovered    bim comfort-bly esbab-
big  vote of four  thousand  to    six   iished in an abandoned cabin. There-
hundred, the delegates in s|iecial scs- tore wnen they missed hfm they took
siou    ol thc Ancient Order of    thc 'or granted that he could take caro
Lodge,    de- ol himself as before, and walked on.
norance ol tllc police and public prosecution ol the material lacl known united Workmen Grand
at tho home office thnt Heck and . . ,,
_ .., , ,. cided today lo secede from the par- But as morning came and then nnnn
Smith were nol the same persons as ■•■-„■_ »_'"-, aim men noon
alleged hy thc prosecution, nnd point (,,lt body in the States and form a a"1 the missing miner did not ap-
out tlic necessltv lor bringing lhc dif- separate older In lhc Eastern slates fe"- a search party was orgnni-ed,
ferent public authorities concerned mi the western young branches wore ,''e ™s '°""<i (lca(l pcsi<lc the
into such-co-ordinntlun as lo   iiiak. „„,„,„„, wj„ „„ ^^ outof ^   * **£*■"* wa,k«i «-
the information acquired by
ailable to all.
proportion to their death losses.
I
died from exposure.
and fallen and LADYSMITH  LEDGER
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*>• '
Willy Hess,  leader o[ the   Host on
over her disappointment al my tail-
iil. .t. realize.'ii»i._spi_-ili-iis---l believe my dear mother was right."
Hess,
Symphony orchestra,
began; his- musical studies at tl, and at 10 was
an infant prodigy touring l-BlloluT.
..--.   .  .To J-
The "late lVofessor Finsen seemed
lo rather enjoy poverty. When he
%eyivirg)(}j|Bi df;:rt-C Noble prizes last
year he wanted to give over tlle
whole sum lor the benefit ol. bis institute, and it was witli . dtliiciilly
that his Irieiids persuaded him lo put-
aside one hall ot it" for himself and
family. (■'>"'■■"■■■•;■•■■•: --;
ion on the Great Lakes, has unani-
■inotisty %rrtB*»iiiyfcdeil that Lake
Bluff Site. {hirhrMJcs north of Chicago lie seiecrtiwi Tlie president has
approved the selection. Thc initial
appropriation for this work has already been,.malic audit will be the,
policy";1 Mi lijie^ mriWry IVJIgufh ©hjj
work fo' completion ns iriipidly as
possible. •» x- * .,;
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LADYSMITH AERIE NO. 086, F.
O. E. :-; :-: :-: ' H
Meets in, the Opera House Ist and
3rd Tuesday at 7,30 p.m. Worthy
President, A. A. Davis; Worthy
Secretary, SO. fi. Rijmip,i|gf.   ,   .'»
Iii spite ol i\\eA sjjl'iouij ^tllftioi^n
Russia there is a touch of the comic
ia yer.terdny.r_ .despatches.-wherein, it
is sftBiAl8 'tlf_tl $r¥_cerE SWittopSifk1-
Mirsky, iti bis office as Minister ot
the ^hlcrVorrs-irzed the circulajtiou .of
one newspaper iiecause it attacked
himr tor.bcing. too; liberal:„n.,hif bad.-
niinistration of affairs, v^RlI#■><J**H<V*ri
ntlicr hand he suspended another journal "fieeiiuse'li1 Wcnfi'tri tjid ..'thei;' -_
omiI-A v-jf' '.rri'
trcme'aml tuiind fault .with {lip autocratic .. powers.. of -.the Eii|Pcror.
Such a thing,.ae-itherioul; liberty of
the presses unknown in Russia and
it will take a idaf flnic" betcoV the
people there be&ait to appreciate'lhat
the greatest ^safogu^d'ioL.'liberty, is
to allow the fullest discussion ot
political -."questions-1 White'j^hlng; to
be liberal, ^the, new pii%ister has     a
greatjleal jffiyto Il^u' l'evl- COUifc
tries would ,hav-c ,pprjnillcd ,a paper
lo he_MiRilil* upon.-it6'-fttle«rs,--as
Londuu -Truth at one time practised
against. King Howard when Prince ol
Wales. Yet where is a real Ircciloni
•r*ttor>J_iid<_-lo«lri3t-aiJ unfffi: *tli» |
British Bag? There secnis'to be
growing up lii'Russia a feeling that,
the little'..trliuuc "h-d'-wWli Viceroy
Alexieff has fust_Jiccn added, the
Council of the Empire has began to!
iindermiiie'-'Prmc. *S^_l-pT>lift\tir-_Y
., r, .r - ■' In f llw
and that it will bring about bis resignation i-betdr6; long." "'rile reacHon-
ary''clique kn'ovvs lull Veil thai' if
reform.1 iW fe'arnestly undertaken
their own days' <Vf p_„"c.' arc at an
end -lift-it'is - more than likely lhat
the meeting of tlic Law Society at
Mosc.w tfe other "day to advocate
reforms was interrupted by hirelings
of Hug rjpr-y) .-ho-showered about
revolutionary papers And incited the
pcoplB,-t%iilxlu>riiies" for ".the 'Very put-
pose ofthHIilig the objct.'lof '"tS.
meeting-, '- Naturally the1 hot' beans
would boil -over and give! (tie ^rtMflitrV.
Hies a chance to sweep in ahll'-ijuclcli
the-whole movement.       ''
A very serious state oi affairs,'exists if the'.'s)orv^oli.^nuj(iiiy aboard
the''Iliac. .SeaJJUcji),1iS|ij»;iic; but it
is extrcmt-ly._lilllwHr -to girt at thc
bottom of. such reports. 'One" t'hing is
certain; excess -of. i'/.cab at llie present
liiuc may throw back tne Russian
people lor a long time in Uicir work
of .reform, rllt Iras' to Wifie gradually
and. ' never will uiiti, the adviscys
nuwt HUOTcliiuilingnta-ii C-Sr1 _rV uiahy
of tliirin .replaced by others of nioro
liberal tcnilcmrteii.'-"'    »"-_ '••"■   i;-"'Kv
:r'na  j i—tr-r-n*M—i	
' riiit■'Saiiiucl Way Is'a'barohct and
chicl his!ice of South Africa,"but he
(Iflhltrt-ilf6-^ riiailc a mistake" in :lrlii,1
c.li'n'fce'of'a.ea,yfeef:' Adjlressifrg a larg
gathering in connection with the animal meeting of thc Methodist 'con-
fetiefft. "'dr' Melhoii'fn'c,- he said -his
mother had cherished the ambition
to sec- dicr eldest son a Methodist
liYintsrerr-ddingr  "She never    got
Merchant Tailor
.r^ll kinds, of cjothiiig cleaned and
repaired. i    ,. •■   r   ■
mill
dEOUGEYUEN
NAVAL Tli.iTOlN.G.  .',"   r
.Washington, D..C,  Nov.  2-1.— Un-
tcd .States Secretary ot the   Najy
Morton, announces that lite'   board
NORTHERN   PACIFIC   RY.  CO
-• f.-;;■•    .-;-, - ■   :j:'
,,'drncr G_vcrnment and Yates streets
Victoria, B. O.
 THREE
' -J.TRANSCONTINENTAL-3
TRAINS. DAILY.    .
II You Are Going to the
-' ST,   LOUIS   EXPOSITION,
Take the    NORTHERN    PACIFIC
appoi5|ci|jj,to s\lj||fW,^i;#'"i"V sta-jfivi eUher vi_'.Sl'.-Paul;.rJMIllnga..
fRESH^ISH    „
At the Ladysmith Fish Market, next tp Opera House—
open morning and evening.
W/_t o_ajrtaT.    nd,'     -fca_E>r
.G.Traser
illlf-i    &t*,i   IIJ.i
Merchant Tailor
(ist Avenue) ,
Fall Stock Just Arrived.. Call early
and cjet youv. picfe of the lnrgctit niidrljest
slock in town.       ,    '    .:.    .        r ,
Esquimalt &  Nanaimo  Railway
time Table No. 63.
TAKING EFFECT WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5TH.
New Tourist Cars on all trains
Fine connections made irom Victoria
by night or morning boats. Only
line having through service to St.
Louis without change ot cars. Tick-,
ets on sale October S, 4 and f.
Fare to St. Louis and return,
107.50, good lor three months, returning any line; also cheap round
trip rates to all points East, on account ol the Fair. Parties going via
St.' Paul to St. Louis or Eastern
points should not miss a trip on the
lamous '■North Coast Limited."
Steamship tickets on aale to all
European points. Very low rate.
now in effect. They will not last.
Cabin accommodation reserved by
wire.
For further   Information   call or
phone (No. 456) to the office.
A."P. CHARLTON,' 'C. E. LANO, ;
A.G.P.A.N.P.R.,      Gen'l Agt.,'
Portland, Or.       Victoria, B.C.
FARMERS'   MEAT J.ARKET
On ist Avenue
Qeo. Roberts > - . Proprietor
9r
m
T"
Now la yonr time to got your winter
ruip'ply ol if mid, wewilldeliviryou' ';mr-
'not dry wood, which i9 equal lo liim
iirka of 16 inch wood, for rirrV'rO
•;        ""   '..Jl. LEIGH,
The Ladysmith
Opera Houst.
Can be secured for Theatrical
purposes, Dancing raitits or Inter
:<li«B»lltS,iiEllcraU>'.r',r. 3 '.   .  ,
13  NICHOLSON, Prop
Take a trip East
•. Canadian Pacific
"   '-TfOUH MONEY'S vyonTII.'
REDUCEDRATES
Tickets on Sale    October 3rd, 4th,
■:"-'-' ■'■ _nd-'.lh.'i ' ' '
, 2 TRAINS DAILY.
sd-t-    .i ■"   l-t  rvr.   u,    ,..
FINE ACCOMMODATdON.
COAST SERVICE
:;.l.   B
SS.  Princess- Victoria sails daily
at T p.m.  lor Seattle, and at 7.30
a.m. lor Vancouver,
Steamers for Skagway, Went Coast
and Northern B. C. ports.
.a ll.        . 8
 '•■',<*• htm AtMm.}*f a,JB°,
Ait. articlcnwieA flaffifg Heaifl-ics'
dci,lare«--"DawSi)i« rcVWcs A.'ilirllJtJrs0
prison"  bcediiS-'tflfWic fl-lH who'Tikd
lieen "ordered iu t«ne snlHil1 dciiOTiHirt
to. pay certain anioiiiits" oh'a l.iir iio
owed  "had     hot-CoiiiplSrii1 arMrwp
kguin summoned and -tlircatimcd Willi
iniprisoninciit unless fie. obeyed.   Tiro
mini  paid up,- showing et(f°rcleiiirly
that he'had tho'in_lfey'.t'6 do so. The
difference  between  llie"pirrirfts of' n
small debts ilr coiiiily court„yirl jm-
prisonineiit for debt is  very    greael
When     a debtor is Jgriiuft^heicn-rl,
the judge inakce careful inejitirios   to
sr.-« whether he is able to pay, and II
so how much he can spare in instalments to satisfy Mie judgnieat.   The
THE MOST NUTRITIOUS
EPPS'S C0GOA
Artf d&rHlrabl- food, with
gjl its , natuial Qualities
int_rct,mfit__a ^ 'boifti S#J
and maintain, good health
and to je__isJM;winter'_
e*tremc cold. SdM in half
pound tins, labelled James
Gpps -. Co., Ld. Homoeo
Chemists, London, Eng»
EIP^COGOA
3IV|NQSTRENQTH|ANU
VIQ0R.
Any
Kind
of
i.,.,    , HOTEL    WJLAND.
(T.! J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)
One block from C.P.H. Depot and
steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and rc-mod-lled. Rates 11 per
day. Corner Granville and Hastings
Streets. Telephone, 1-4.
Northbound
Leave
Victoria ..   .. ....
Shawnigan Lake .
Duncans  ....  ....
Ladysmith 	
Nanaimo  ,.,
Ar. Wellington "...
A.M.
.... 9:00
.; 10:20
...11:00"
. ..U:57r
... 12:40
;-.{ 12:63
Southbound Northbound Sat.Sun Southb-d
Daily    Arrive    Leave       and Wed.    Arrive
P. M. p. M.    P. M.
12:06 Victoria   3:00    7:00
10:46 Shawnigan Lake 4:20    5:10
10:0. Duncans 5:00    5:00
9:10 Udysmith 5.52    4:00
8:20 Nanaimo   6:42    3:15
Lv8;00 Ar Wellington ...6:5. de 3:00
THROUGH TICKETS TO CROFTON.
Via Westholni, Stage leaves dally except Sundays, connecting with North
and South bound trains. Double stage service Wednesday, and Saturdays,
connecting with morning and alternoon trains. Fare Irom Victoria, Sin
gle 12.40, Return $3.60. ;   . ■ ,
THROUGH TICKETS VICTORIA TO ALBERNI.
Stage leaves Nanaimo Tuesdays and Fridays on arrival ot train    from
Victoria. Fare' Irom 'Victoria, Singled.20, Return $8.6..
Excursion rates in effect to all points good going Saturday and Sunday, returning not later Itban Monday Beo. L; Courtenay, Traffic Manager.
****************,**********************************„
[Coal!   -   Coal!
THE JONES HOTEL
fine Dollar Per Day.
GooirTablo, Good Bed -nd'Go_d Bar
(Hall j)61c_ frqni Depot,)".'-.",;
Job
i -
'1 t. v.'J "r
e :
Done Promptly and^
tui f ni o!0 i'
At   ;,";;;
the
LEDGER
Office
;.        .''.:■'   tit!   ii    I1    .,'1 wl
On 1st, Ayenue, '*
All Work  Done at
Reasonable Rates i
''i ■■iw
. rl- I 1 -..-- 'r_i_
Beet acomm-datlo- tor Iranuent and
permanent bosrdere and lodgera
GRAND HOTEt
This new botel baa been comfortably
furnished and the bar I. up-to-d ile.
Rates $1.00 and upward.
Wm. B-VB-iDoe, Prop.
K pinnacle Ladyimith
THE FRANK HOTEL
Kapl. i...tl',,t.:i«lyiiiii;h,
Board by I i.« «e kor iiiomh itre«on-
■Verniefl.   Tne IraiTTiTt. bar in the city,
Victoria J'huenix ii^er^ ^
FRANK BABY, Prop.
HOTEL. DOMINION
—Rate (11.25 a'l.d (1.60— .
I'",; c bu. ri,.„n atrumlioat landiu.a and
rHiU:iv;ite,.(iif.   Kl-elric cam every live
minutea to all prtila ol the cily.   Bar
and Ulrl- niuxirerleil.
F. BAYNES, Propiietor,
ABBOTT ST.,   VANCOUVER, B.C.
HOTEL
, .LAJPY^MITH
R ATESttM .00     per    day.     Finest
Wines,'Liquors and Cigar..      - -
First' Avenue, Ladysmith, B. C.
:'  .-D, C; WHITE,  Prop. '
KING'S HOTEL
Fourth Avenue.
Board by the day, week, or month
at right prices.   Bar well supplied.
•     JOSEPH AND TAS8IM. ».„i
■■* EUROPE HOTEL
ii J.GIACHERO, Prop.
Newly   lurnished,   everything   the
best,, finely stocked bar.    'Transient
rate, $1.00 per day.    Monthly   rate,
'$23.00.     • .."•"   ■  ■ '  : .:"
First Avenue . . . Ladysmith, B. 0,
I-ECn»N"lnI'l   C
WITH rWH;q|l IS,AMALGAMATED
The Bank of Bri.ish Columbia
uf
The City Market
R. Williamson, Prop.,
1st Ave,    Ladysnijth
.HK-JlOEFlCmi.TORONTQ. ,
Capital Paid Up,„T. .;....;........... $-,7011,00-
Reat 3,000,00.
Ag r.«t» re'Biiiirce'a'B_ce_dl'ngj....:W..i.vJ....'......" ..'1,000,000   r    .
Hon. Guo. A, -ox, Prealdetit. ' '       B, E. Wai.kbh, General Manager.
I    London Office, 60 Lombard St., E.C.   i
The Bank lias lP-'Branchra well di.lribnted lliroii»huiil tha Dominion a_d
elsewhere, including. Urn l.illoniug in British Colnmliia and the Yukon Territory:
ATLIN        .      GRKENWOGD -, • { ■ NANAIMO -        ! -, VAN0ODVEIJ .
C'RANBROOK .K AM LOO I'M NEJ.SON VICTORIA
DAWSON'       ; LADYSMim   "'       N. WESTMINTER     WHITE  HORSB
Branchea ill the United Statea
N'EW YORK"     SAN FRAKOISCO'  J,ORTLAND)   SEATTLE    SKAGWAY
Every deacrlptlon lit br-nki.jC.i«5)neBa'trSnU-iloil."'1 Letlera ol credit on any
ol the world. ■■■>!■ ■■>   'Ml.."-'-.r »-H    bjB.t-.-i     in
Savings Bank Dtpartmtnt. ,„ , A ,     .  ,    , w
Deposits,.!1 one dolInr CI.00) and upwards received and Interest paid at Ww* "°"' Prol,e^,', mt »« f'-11*
current rates. Depositors arc sub su l.jected to no delay In depositing or I"**1' S'°.p *™ '•™«M ta «»'
withdrawing lunds.' °' Ladyimith Hotel.
LADYSMITH BRANCH        -        -        QEO. WILLIAMS, Haiafer. J> E' SMITH,. Prop.
part ol the t
on
Company, Ltd
Wellington Coal   Best household coat on the Pacific
Coast >
Comox Coal—Best steam coal on the Pacific Coast :
'•' Alexandria Coal—First-class gas, steam and house- :
* hold coal +
The above coals are mined only by the WeU
lington Colliery Company. Wharves at Ladysmith,
Oyster Harbour, and Dnion Bay Baynes Sound.
Head Office Victoria, B. C
San  Francisco Agency,
R. Dunsmuir's Sons Co'y
340 Steuart St.
******* ****************************r'
HAVE YOU ANY INTEREST IN
, LADYSHITH
It so, correspond with
,      J. STEWART, «»-;
Fire, Lilo and Accident Insurance.      Money to Loan.   Notary Public.
»• P.O. Box .68. •
^*>*<**!*y*IS*V*!ty!*!*nStrT*<*>*.<4*.l**>U*.i&*v,*<-*'*!*"ti-_>'irveWr' "-*•**
I THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.
£ PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OP COPPER, OOLD AND
I SILVER ORES.
'* Smelting Works at
I LADYSMITH, B. C.
*
i Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea
CLERMONT LIVINGSTON, THOS. KIDDIE.       (
,;   General Manager. .    Smelter Manager. {
•VktWeN-t     -f-**ft<-<«V-*"-r»Kt#> »>'-*'-*'«*'_*'_*'t^"4^'4t»,^»|^),i
RiTKS ti.oo l'li,< DAY
BAHPI.R ROdMS
HAR SUl'I'I.IKIl WITH -K8T
WINliS, I.lyUORS, CIGARS
Beat accomodation in town.  Splendid hunting and fiahin. in new vicinity,
A. J. McMURTRIB, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C.
ISLAND  HOJVIE HOTEL
BATES & KNIGHT, Proprietor..
First Avenue, - Udysmith
Beat .npplied bar in Ladyamlth,, Floe.t accommod.lion lor transient auealaaa
wall a. lor regular bo.rdera. Completely refitted and lornllhed. Dining room
and bomekeeping in irhar.e ol Mra. Tate.
 i'"i 1   ,i-ll  Inr   ■"-   ■■ ■'.   li.
, m --.ir   .......    N()T|Cg#,"
!  The noderaitrned .Arm he. opened a manulaotory and are now making the celebrated Empire Cigar.   Stock will be ready lor the market about Oor. 10th.
THfi EtfPlftE qiQAR CO.
F. McB. YOUNQ,
BARRISTER and
SOLICITOR. ...
Nanaimo       - .    -      B.C
paintino, paper
;"  etc; 1
HANOIM-,
Dr W, j. Quintan,
DENTIST
Steven. Block, Ladyimith, B. O.
Dentlatry In .11 it. branches; every new
«ppl|«n-e.
M. .R SI I SON
lit Avenue
' Solicitor, Lie;
Money  lo Loan
-,-•    UDYSMITh
W. SILEK .i.   '
GENERAL EXPRES8 AND
PELIVERY
WORK PROMPTLY n-
Leave order, at the Abbotalord. -&
_-B
THE KINO^CKSrlS   *'
Word, .comes... Jroiu .. UawriU-_i-__
Kind Edward ""-iiS"" l6sT""_"wiroflS
)K_? olfWI+ifl-n-lWfs. *
J_lie_i:r_ilre!i_j-;tjvecxi _lcoi_1.nil.V4rd,
IhHT-p-rT InTfl-esTIitreTlTtMia'ntm-'
bunch oi money" l>i:ir_u#_--i»    .«w4^U^jawi^hasc rmatwh-ty..mlia-t-ssiiig
not take    the trouble'to go lo Up*    '■•-•■•■"■•<     '"''i- '•■ — »'    '■»"■
Klondike or-.send anyboityrio . woirji
a claim lor him.. .-.list liefore- .tlic"
late Queen tlictl a Klondike!" who
thought the then Prince of Waics,
"tlie, lincst thing that ever happened
in the way ol royalty,", gave, His
Majesty a quit claim io a niinc"-hi
the Yukon. The King, liowcticr^.ajv
peared to have no use foi" any little
scheme that involved digging the
frozen gravels of the north, and he
let thorclaiiii "revert, .t'o.lhcr'-towil.'''.
That might appear to be letting it
go back to himself. Hut in Canada,
His Majesty is represented by if
governor general will) lilt-rsi -what- the
Dominion government tells him.-Tliq
government Will benefit by thai
claim unless sonic one "jumps" il
before the interior department lays
hands on it.
At the time the claim wns made
over' to His Majesty it was 'not
worth much. , Possibly the King,
shared the general' view of flic cami"
that the claim was not wor-trV bothering about. "Now," says the, Dawson advices, "the camp in which ll
is located, has blossomed „oiit and, il
is the general opinidn thai' King Ed
ward's former claim is about the
richest one. in the district." Tin
King failed to act upon the mining
laws and "make the flcccssaTyiiii-
provemonts. He has still time ' to
send: a representative to thc grounr
because", even though the time jn
which to comply with the law ilia),
have gone past, the Klondike is, will
ing lo make excepTion in his favor.
Hut* if lip fails, then the Doininioi-
government wilE-fect the land agaTii.
,J. K. Sparling is the name,of thi
11111111 who originally deeded lhc elain
to His Majesty. Sparling bought it
at auction. If. is designated as A.oi
a tributary of Eureka Creek, at No'
1.1 on the loft fork. Tlio deed 0
transfer to His Majesty was regularly made out and recorded, liut.it r
. not stated whether I lis Majesty acknowledged the giIt."Anyhow'""hotlic*
not work the claim. Eureka ,ir
"booming" now, and contains reallj
valuable, pay dirt.. A promising-pay
streak has been uncovered that ir
bclleVcd to extend through the King'r
claim... His Majesty 'is, given,a ,laSfl
chance to "get in on file groiiui
door." i_J*C "0
■ ——-°——\ .-,: a
The following arc the names assiim
■oil by noted. Itritoiis when. tniwllirj
incognito: King Edward, Duke ol
Lancaster; (Jucen A1.__n.r_,' Mi's.
Stephens: Prim-ess Charley ol Dcn-
nuirk, Miss MiUs; Princess Louise,
Lady S.ndridg-ji f>r.i\o6~~ Phrisliaii:
Counlcss tlraveiisUrii.i; P-rjiHrcss Hon.
ry ol Hattenberg, Lady' OarlsbrooKrc;
Princess ol Wales, Countess, oi Ivil
larncy; 'Duchess ol Connmight Coutr
less of Sussex". Empress Eugcnis
travels as Countess l>e Picrrcfoiitls
and the late Queen Victoria used tlle
title Countess'ol Ilalnioral.
to detectives. Tlie "stories ol two
wrejsf ikiriir;; robberies appeared in
(CondoiiliJ-por- rc'Wly.
At lliink-rcoinbe Manor, an old
hfuise;; about, .thirty utiles Iriiny.Lon-
diiii, '"a-baiid ot apparently expert
burglars .made a raid on the house
during, dinner, scaled the back walls
011 a ladder borrowed. Irom a.,Jieisrh-
borin'g farm, entered the bedroom of
'if-wofiiail"g(lest,Hnd carricil ._• jewelry valued at £1,J)00.
5 On m H»ie'l-gjft1i7OTW,fS!ifn
road, a London lijuid •«! .robliers entered a jeweler's shri'p'aiill'Coo-;h'way
sl"W).tfify\s-*'U' ft'&^itf^
olf
,,'   X.
=r
l_»l.'vt_-..E lErGEB
"tljdfl-i"rv\'_D- * -lev-fty1inKifigc_, «ay
the dctrcutLves, who looked, -in,;v,ain
ior'th'e tell-tale linger marks by
which they crji|isi_i}r")lm l-rfSltlfli _y
nf almost any 'praftsss-iotial' -thiol.
At both placcs_Jliiser.marks were
round, but J\_r_'- ,sr_JijiU'r-d .ttjaj! t]_ry
verc absolutely useless for the purpose iSLLtetJOWjfiJi ilitKjttijsirilif-V^s j
have talicii "To wearing Fid gloves,'
which do not hinder'^hei'r''use" -MSe
.jiiiiiiy," but a.t.the,,sa,nic. Qjne-- defy
he detectives who are looking for
jngcr-jirUils ,as .eliicsi   vn
r5Br
of % "le^SW^gj-jjrr «ttfc'r' siys' tnir*
London Mail. Some years ago- .an
aifpnyinous writer couiributed to thc
Ne^ Review this story ofthe iron
chancellor's very humans cfevcrncss.
When he represented Prusjja .'at .the
Die     ' " " -  ''"' '
son
Patrick Kecrwin, of Seward, Westmoreland county, Pa., the oldest voter in the United Slates, cast bis
21st presidential ballot lor Parker
and Davis. He is 107... years, eight
months and one day old and taker,
the same keen interest in politics today as he did 50 years ago.
PRESERVING  EGGS.
A" Wilbur;""Wash.,"despatch" Says
Peters Christens™ and 1-1. M. Han-
ben o|ieneJ up their llrst vat ot pre-
.ervod April eggs this week and ap-
riieil every known test, as did their
jriends,    .and found them to be    as
rcsh'hnd) wholesome as (h|. day (they
:..ve_o:.pjit;.-way. ' S_3*S_)
The men are the     sole proprietors
il a new secret, process ,'pr packing
mil preserving eggs In a'frcslrc_ndi-
ilon for an . ihilellnite -period) and
"lave packed away 20,000 dozen this
..season.... These :eggs...w_tl.,be.sold .when.
'Clio winter market reaches a ilgiife
'.0 suit the packers: They expect to
realize handsomely' lor their 'labors
.vljeii .the hens go. oil duty iluring tlie
i'inter month., as all of their stock
In trade has , liecn purchased on a
rpring and .summer market. In sueak-
;ii|i.of IJic industry, Mr. .Christensen
raid:
'"Tweittj*'thouBnnd' doZedAeggs'w'is
iot near enough to sui(i^us.; ...,,yikj
ivoiild like to have several times that
riany"'packed-_w_y;"""■Next'.year! wc
cx^iect to, increase the capacity oi our.
iiianf Vuiliclently to accoi-moaat. the
;i«.ck-ing-,«.way M! -, 100,000- do-wi. We
have bought all the.eggs coming to
.Wilbur- ihis-'scaVc- that' Re could secure, liesides.huiid.liiig 11). i surplus, ot
Coraii,   A.m'ira    and ilartlinc mar-
fast* ■-n.ll'HIJi
"iVhcn. wc opened our first packing' ol' April'^sr's last Monday," cori"-
liuupd Mr-'i, ChHst-uscn, ."we cooked
samples ot them iu several different
ways,- and even, ate sonic raw, and
in. every'ease they' were as fresh as
they were the day wc bought theni.
Wc have ,a,ready given put, samples
to a iiumbcr of pcaplc, and though
these eggs have now passed through
a long hot summer season and been
eight months In storo, these people
lound no fault with-them whatever"
of Frankfort in I860 |{ had tea.
NOTICE
1 Messrs. Blair & Adam have secur-.
ed the agency of the Chrystal Laundry Cor to Victoria.   All parcels and
orders - lett with- them, will; receive
I
J
I
to suspect    that his "Its Tetters --prompt and careful attention
ami despatches were t_niut|cil. wWi
by he Austrians. Other!-' ?iplonMts
|utl rreil from the sanie meddling. -
61c day after a,slptjny.'.meeting,
Bis' narck anil ithe representative from
(la! over walked away toge|ll-rrl| ,^'nd;
as Hiey walked the HaiioyjbjiliiiJtouCh
"ed. in the sore subject anil insk.i- lii's-
,ina ck it he had  found a-wrby  t-o get
liis lcttccs. .lliroiigh..— _.-...
> "i'ou shall .know prcsfintly." an.-'
ire cdiBi_fii.LV. ,.!"". Vl iH'-'r
. 'lie djrhice, as,.tihc Wvcyjilrolled
ilo igrW tlie way tifrtitigh Mc'llingy
little srlf»|P-*-eire the-poof trTtightr
ihl kjipair .i.-glrjOT-.'-jhc entered, al
liyialhs into a slum. Drawing on a
fcia c-bSsc, <- |iikloKii limp-oil-- and
n^i 1 commodities,. ^^TJn^lgjiJtjhetl
!1| lovcrian tullowcii.
f Boy," callc4vi Rl^ilarckrjto; ,:tiic
sit lid-looking lad behind the couu-
tee   "do.-you soil soap'r"'''       "'
S ITes, sir?" replied the boy, pujt,
tin; before- Bismarck"' a variety   of
_ BISMARCK'S STRATISCiY
Bismarck 'was    not only a '"'statesman able to handle abstract theories
of government, but a shrewd player
HAY, OATS, MILL FEEDS
Shipments Direct Prom Victoria, Vancouver or the Fraser River.
Write us for Quotations. -   -  ,.
The BrackmanKerMIUln«Co., Ld.
S»S;«_ST!_«S8--Si!S_~-_»WJ^ SiS-f SS_?i»i?k'riS«.f!-r-8ri!8!-
• LIViBRV, BOARDINIQ AND
SALES STABLES
D/WID JOHNSONy
PHONE 66 LADYSMITH, B.C.
S W_!»«iSBSiM8_|l-»__^^ ^W««»S8W.'
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DAiir   •
SUNDAY
TWICE A WI-*
;<
Dally l»c!it-ln(elli.p.ncer, 12 to 20 Pa5e»
— T-.Iis_e. the "TiflllR UfefnqrM*
~~cK / «*-- from all parte of th. "wort-.
T-j. JI All the -tote and Io^_«_,-.D_Urjr
' ■''.        and Sunday editJO-j.rlSo-p-t-n-nth.
'«unday Post-lntelll»en«r, Wte B'B^Se
-he-lifrrt.t and mort oompltte f__-
\r n day Vf-pt\ north,   f lah Trunjiaa
Special departmental "o_ Uta«_t-_e,
iia^lonf of jwoman'.' 1
Twice a WfKft.Pesy-litdlliMMr
I
TNE     1
mT_aiG_N-_R
Simple Copies Fret
Write fer One
>.-i.Au
All the-rial-- ot tha
dei-il*. 'form.'   _|«
WBIlk BDITStty is sn ___
. T#-'w"i.'"-''OT__r.>_ai»i fes.-'-' f
Li_HEi56NT___pAa_raob_j_r
Write for .ample copy and he eee>
rr yinced.   Bubaorlptioa prieer,, f LM ,
per year. ^
All Postmester. Will Take
mxxi
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P0SMNT_LLie.NCER t»„ SeattH, Wa_k
fl, P. WESTON, BnalUM. ttanager.
strbng. scrented cakcsv
ffi-Ibv/ -inch is this".'   And this?"
saiil thc diplomatist ..handling    one
caie attcr'iA\other. ', ,.
I l|Iiilc the soap selected was being
wrapped   'up,   Bismarck thrust his
liaiul .into, his- pocket and •drew out
an .unenclosed letter. He gave an
ajxcm-iktioh."'as' di'dtsma*}'. ahd" suir-
dri.se. Apparently annoyed at his
jirgetfulness, "lie cried, "Upy^do ytur
»UC.n?eto|)fer>' ! :' ' -' »'
j3 Envelopes ai a cheap grade were
iffoducedt'iind'Bismarck put the tetter in one. Then lip asked [or pen
amHi-k^ffiii "!iot'&rr'"f;b'' writ. Hlic
ujldre.s,!'. bati his' heavy"1 g.bves" 'hinil-1
ercdihlm. 7c"Horc, boy,'.' ,he exclaimed, throwiu)!. ,down.-the.pen,r,!'just
write this address tor me!"
"There," |rs said, putting the lot-
tor to his companion's n.•:-!, "what
wi^tli the soap, the herring, the caudles ipd.tjhe cheese, I., dyn't think
they'll smell my dispaUrh under that
wijltlng.'1
LADYSMITH BAKERY
.' '6n tii^' es^lanape. ..'!'.'
PASTRY'OF ALL KI.1SDS,NE!A,TliiY
I BAKED A^p.pi}ESli,|,i •.
BREAD FiyBl GENTS PER, LtOA|'
Conlectionairy oi all kinds.
Orders Id-en lor Pastries to be delivered at anytime.
Peneteria LadysmlUiillsplanade
Olleleria   e pane    qtfip'fijjiia qualita
sempre licscoffhul    cinqufc    soldi
i'-uno. " Br
Ordini distiihultfcvhujSCuflqhe parte
del paoic. fTOjii /-"7^?t. '?
—fei'w%..t\
Shingle spa|j>yr.jooit;-edas' wood,
$2 a load, (c6ja,rnior» orJl-Sfi), delivered.   Leave ""-.dors at offlce ol
 ill   Kl 11UIU- tlll-L  ... k-
BoWrfe!^,-' si^rM, at, Ricrtn
ifttiSfe^i^^" -J, ■;..;.
Repairing and making to order  a
THOHAS MCE WAN
RA1L>VAY SYSTEH
SOLID THOUGH GARS
Importers ami wholcsde dealers in rWINES, LIQUORS; CIGARS,
•BTOii I^ar'gc 'stock alwayS—All the: leading brands'. We 'supply the
principal   Hotels ;ahd Saloons in : Ladysmith.
  '-   ORDERS SOLICITED.
PITHER& LEISER,ViC.TORlA,B. C-
B1TW1BN
Ithfcago,; Buffalo!
hwm : PHILADELPHH {I
!   '      "VU Nlakar. 1411.?'',' *
l<-*o to BOSTON Tta tk* uaportant -
::    bualaea. ewitr*. ol '' ■""'"
CANADA and NBW HNOLAND
4)
i
Union Brewing Co.
NANAIMO, B. C.
■;1
nanufacturers of the_
' For time table., etc., Ud.var >
OHO. W. VADX, .
Itsit Gon. Pu>. * Ticket Aft., II.
"''   Adam. Street, Chleaco.
SPOKANE FALLS UNO
NORTHERN RAILWAY
CO,.
BARBER   SHOP & BATH ROOMS.
The ESPLANADE,   between the
Grand mid Abbottsford,
V   W11.1.IAM Powiiiis" Prop.'
SEE'
5ii r HirryKay
(or artistic' Painting "and Vaperliang-
ing. Picture Framing.
FIRST AVENUE, Ladysmith.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that at the next siltiiiK
of tbe License Coniitiissioners for South
Nanaimo, to be held at the Court House
in Ladysinith, on Thursday, December
15; 1904, at 10 o'clock a.m., we intend
to apply for a transfer,of the retail
,   liquor license granted to George Taylor, deceased,    for* the "Wheotshenf
Hotel'1, Cedar District, to James Yates
WM. TAYLOR.
C, & N. BOWATER.
Administrators estate of
Geo. Taylor, deceased.
Dated at Cedar District, B. C, Nov. 10,
BEST BEER
-In British Columbia
k Lager Beer [and; Porter Guaranteed Brewed
£        from the Best CanadiaiTMalt rnn Hops.
I TEN DOLLARS REWARD.
j!, The Union Brewing Company will paj (I 0 rew-rd lor inlormatioi
r> which will lead to the arreet and conviction     any peraon or peraona
'i deatroying Union Brewing Gompany'a kegs or bottle., or tailing to re-
jt> turn the eame.   .
Miners' Drilling (Machines,
Made to order and Repaired at abort notice    Drill, aharpened by aa
alwayaigivea aatiefBCtion.; Picks handled and repaired.
Ship&fiai thing, iiia/all ita Branchea.
Horseshoers and General Blacksmiths.
David Murray
Buller Street -   -   -   - 1-adyamith, b. C
ROM
Baking Powder
sites Health
THE USE OF ROYAL BAKING
POWDER IS E88ENTIAL TO
THE HEALTHFULNESS OF
THE FAMILY FOOD.
Yea.t ferment, the food.
Alum baking powder, are In-
Jurloua.
ROYAL
BAKING
SAVES
POWDER
HEALTH.
Royal Baking Powder Co., New
York.
W. MuNam, Secretary.
John W. Gouuhn, Manaiii r.
Telephone HO.
The  Ladysmith Lumber Co Ltd.
MILLS  AT; -PIOUICK  AND LADY SHITH-Shingle. a Specialty.
—MamilHiriiiiera    ol—
Roufch and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,
Shlfiflc*, Alouldlng-, Etc,olthe Best Quality.
Seaaoned'emli Kilai Dried   Flooring and  Flnlahlnj Lumber alwaya in Stock
H
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KYNOCK& VnLCANSHELLS
1. .1 Are the BEST.   We have them.
BROWNING AUTOMATIC SHOT GUN
Is a  PEACH.     We  have it.
SAVAGE   & WINCHESTER   RIFLES
EVERYBODY knows theni. We have them
fife
ROLStON
Ladysmith
*.************************* ******************* ****t*.
PRICES ARE
RIOHT
SATISFACTION
GUARANTEED
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER   CARLOAD     OP PRIME
BEEF CATTLE DIRECT FROM THE CHILCOTEN RANGES.    GIVE
US A CALL AND BE CONVINCED   THAT THEY CANNOT BE BEATEN ANYWHERE'.
PANNELL dt PLASKETT
TBVENS.BLOCK, OATACRE   STREET, LADYSniTH, B
♦♦♦•^♦♦♦♦♦.♦♦♦♦♦♦•^♦^♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»><>f,,
\x LADYSMITH TRANSFER CO. x !|
PIANOS, OROANS AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE  MOVED
l'UOMPTLY AND SAFELY
SUrtiles in rear'of Ladysniilh Hotel. Leave order* at the A.boUitot-.
WILLIAMS AND WASKETT
^*)*\*'Jti*XtX*X*X*X»X*X»X*X»X»X*X»X»X*X»X*X*>X»X»
I Delivered in Any Part of 111 City I
[very Afternoon
ir
*
X
X
The Doily Ledger!
50 Cents per  Month
x
Hi
IK
AT UST
We are among you and shall be
pleased to see all our friends at our
new store on First Avenue.
H.&W.
MEAT   MARKET LADYSMITH   DAILY   LEDGER
FURNITURE-J. H. Good & Company-FURNITURE
.       i      .    1 I    . |> f .-. <,      - ■      :     -
_|1 W. K. Leighton was a passenger nn
BEST     BATH   ROOMS    IN THE,^. mor|ling kail, to vtaorii:
CITY-Ladysmith Shaving Parlors,
High Street.
For late papers, magazines anul
•tationery, go to Knight's on FfrsU
Avenue.
FOR SALE.
A LARGE RAFT, 10 -30 .built    ou
largo cedar'logs'af a"h.irglin: Very
suitable lor a boat House.    Apply
-   -Tho-ba-y-mith-Iiiimber- Co.-
Call- at. Hoy's Bakery lor- apples,
lorrnou, pearl anil mincemeat pies;
cwl.es ol    all binds at all prices.
l)(lllglllllltlij,l«0V'|lCt'    (IllZlijI.-.,   ,T ,; ..-.
Tlie ^Flrsl 'Avenue Barber Shop is
doing a good business. Everybody
well  treated. .        rj      .
FOR SALE—Flower pots in all sizes
'at cost. Apply to Mrs. Marshall,
Esplanade. II
Ask fur it once aid Y-u will afrcr-r
wa'rr's smoke the Empire.
II. tl. S.
Victoria.
Heisternian lett today for
Key. E. II. Shanks anil Revival
Band arc holding services in the opera house every evening at 8.
to all.   Everybody invited.
Free
r-o.-
    CARD OF THANKS.
Frank Bardosqna desires to thank
the members ol Lodge No. 4 ot the
Druids lor their Mildly and practical sympathy during his late bereavement.
MUST AT ALL HA/iARDS
ATTACK   PORT  ARTHUR.
FOR SALE—Several secondhand and
hew lire proof safes, for sale cheap.
Write Thomas I'limlcy, Victoria, B
C'.i Central Cycle Depot, opposite
Post Oll'nro...-"   h<w| -It••>'
FOR SAU'l-Clieap-'A" -fine   Parlor
. Organ.    Apply to Mrs. .Il._JJ.oJl.ard
or at The Ledger Ollice.
ML HI'S
Revival services In the opera house
each evening except Saturday at 8
o'clock.       ........,,,..-,
sent
ino-
The City Band yesterday
away for their uniforms, the
cceds of tlic masquerade being^ found
sufficient with the amo.rVt':nlre-dy-__
hand to warrant the iSrder. Mr. Tate
who hail the supiicr room by courtesy of the band at the uiairii-erade,
also cleared a nice sum.
i*******************-******
|  SPORTS  |
*4,****1W**************4-
LEAGUE. BASKETBALL.
The     Ladysmith Senior five    that
meet the"   Hornets of Nanaimo    to-|.'_ound . train    ou the Cleveland    and
morrow night at     thc Opera House [Pittsburg Road and a trolley on the
be slightly  changed as    Hail-
(Continuetl from Page One.)
ties result daily from title lire.
ALL QUIET.
St.  Petersburg,  Nov.  25.—A  telegram received from tlen. Kuropatkin
under today's "date says"'   Ml    wis
quiet at the front last night.
THROUGH THE CANAL.
Port Said, Nov...25.—A division of
the second squadron which arrived
yeslcrday, has entered the canal.
Local representatives of .Russia, arc
accoiii]ianying the squadron on' board
the flagship.. The ironcladii, aro r hc-
ing towed through the canal. No
outward incident occurred here.
TRAIN vs, TRAM.
Cleveland,  phio, Nov., J5,—Ifi.ft.een
people were' injured, three1 and   possibly more of whom will die, .as.   a
result of a collision'between a south
stones will unfortunately be unable
to play: Yesterday a pile of sacked
flour in Blair & Adam's warehouse
tell .and lbii-st open the hig glass window, a piece of glass striking Hailstones on the loot and cutting him
so severely that he will be laid up
lor a-time. - Just, who will take his
place has not yet been decided.
The * .ihlernieiliat* team to play
the Nanainio intermediates will tie:
Guards, J. Sanderson T. Leahy; a.n-
trc, T. O'Conneli; forwards S. Morrison, C. Hewlett. The game starts
at halt past seven sharp. For the
senior match, the Hornets will likely be Guards, C. O'Brien, V. Stew-
art; centre, A. Stewart; torwards,
I). Ferguson, W. Graham.
-fl
own
or as
of, out
^HAWKING-CURS.
Everybody has a right to
one, two or half a dozen dogs
many as they will lake care
no more. No man has aright, lo
own or harbor a dog that is a mii
"sance. Lnst night and many other
nights, two dogs in particular, there
COUNTY'COURT; " ' '
In the County Court yesterday the
plaint iff was non-suiicil in tho. qasewcie nine, hut two *werc the most
of the Great. West Life'vs. Bartovin-J persistent, barked straight from Jt
ac Mil will linyo lo pay the costs, o'clock until 2, and evidently were
Argument was heard in Hodgson \s on or   near the promises ol    their
Park and written arguments are   to
gives Ills dcci
Conie'.trr the meetings in the opera
house. Live songs and solos. ALL
MEETINGS'FREE.    ■    :-:	
owners.    One was in the rear ot the
k" .___|Ii__ --i-L-i-J'-'-E- -LUIJko _J;la---is4_-i. J£spl__i__I<_ .block running south from
Roberts Street, the other was about
a, block south of Roberts Street
First Avenue. If llie owners cf
such curs will persist in leaihing tbcii
(logs out' 'on the street to annoy
thcir neighbors they should be pro
seciited for maintaining a iiuisrin-c.
j Northern Ohio Traction line, today
■near Bradford a few miles east ot
this city. The trolley car was hit
by the passenger train- while the latter was running fully 50 Miles an-
hour. The accident occurred at the
crossing ot the two roads,;a freight
train had just cleared the crossing
and hid from view the approaching
passenger train.
 ii»ii0f-l'i..1.:ii!"-!"'
New York, Nov. 25.—A wireless
telegram-.received Miqre today report:
cd the death of Jimmy Michael, the
professional bicycle racer on board
the steamship La Savois.
For Men, Women Boys, Girls
Airivi d by Express. The
latest shape, color and
style, including
"KING EDWARD"
"PRINCE OF WALES"
Drysdale,   Stev>
enson Co., Ltd.
-a
ESQUINALT & NANAIflO
RAILWAY CO.
Patronize home industry am' smoke
the Empire Cigar. ...
Come and Select From Our
Latest Novelties in
SMALLWARES
Pompadour Side ">i Back Combs, Hair Retainer!.
Fin* <">d Combs in Rreat variety.
PURSES, HandbagsBolt.. Ohatelain <">d airing
hopping Bag*
CUSHION TOPS, Xray Covers .tamped for en,-
broidery.    A nil ran., ol Embroidery Silk.
SWEATERS.
BLANKETS.
PIT BOOTS. Hand Made. Everyday Boot* >nd
Shoe* for Oirlaand Boys, HANDMADE and warranted to wear •»- «e Waterproof.
Fresh Family Groceries
SIMON LEISER & CO.
ss   LIMITED   ss
IADYSM TH
GATACRE ST.
XW*$»X»%fM9X*:M*M.,»X*X*
X
•
c
_-
•
I1AI1 HOYS BEWARE!
The small liny anil the catapult arc
playing hMoc -tf'a i".-* yjlh People's wihilo.s anil Provincial 'Con
stable C'assiily is kepi busy nioa-
stii,iii|r;-fqot-|rri_ls in- the mud anil
comparing theni by Slier lock Holmes
niethoils with the' 'footgear "of" sur-
pcctcil youths. . He is. pitting: faiil,
close' to the (rail ol otic boy who has
put .(> calibre bullets 'through several windows, nut even rcspcoting
thill <ri Air,. (.'as.siily..liinisirlf. Any
boy Willi lir'uil oh bis boots and1 a
guilty air liad licltcr beware lor the
dread-meshes nl the law.arc closing;
on liliii.
The Empire
Havana;
Cigar is made in La-
•AT Til.)  UIBOTN.'OIil).
IV. K. Rradwin, Vancouver'.
,(f;..Hr,.kcwis, Vancouver,
J. A. Tccporlin, Vancouver,
J.- A.- Murphy, ■Vancouver.
Tlm.s..\V.,!Her,. Victoria.       '
A. II.Ferguson, Westminster.
"Emil Pl.riinor,' Victoria.
I High Gradef
X
I    Pianos
X
land Mujfio
X
I al   Instfu-1
I    me»it$
Daily, except Sunday, between Nanaimo and Vancouver, leaving Nanaimo at 7 a.m., and Vancouver alter
arrival ot C.P.R. train No. 1 ot 1
p.m.
For information regarding freight
and passenger rates apply to purser
on board.
CIEORGE L. COURTNEY,
Traulc Manager, Victoria, B. C.
NOTICE.
Persons .found using our, Patem
'toltle or Stoppers after this notice,
will be prosecuted.
RUMMINfj BROS.
Pioneer Soda Water Works.
Ladysmith, B.C.
lo ,ceii*
MISSION' OI'KN.S
There \vn_' n'largo aUe.nilaiicc at
tlie i_pera house hist nigh| .for the Aliening*. smjp«stol the Krvftsl Mission. After h sniiic-liiil eitendi'i!'
song sconce, (luring tvlu'ch sonic new
solids were (aken up, lk-v.,lt> IJijyJc,
read the scriptures, Isa if—5(1.' Mrs.
Shrinks sang "i liri.rl is Able," anil
the Evah'goli t rinrc on God's gra-
cioi.s ini iii.ri.rr-, In J:18, He em-
phasi/.nl the (a I nf Soil's Invitation
anil aim r"u -d (I'H, w^.| it was In
which «'.- arc i.vtled, _!z_\_8nlule
pnrilnn. Miss Siowcrolt presidod al
(he plrinn nml Mrs. Sllnn'-s at the organ. The meeting tonight Is at s
p.m. -
Aid. I). Nicholson left ibis morning
to al-lnnl llie annual uilliering of
Cieli Tfnftil* <if>t,hi"SJiriiiiTS ii'iivln
|iro;<rer.s al. Vii-t'n in. The election
nl officers ainl n linniiuet lake pined
timif:ht. John Thompson and A. ,J.
McMurtrie nre also attending.
t
,•,  Latest   runs)
"   per slice:.
|    B.   FORClflMBP, Affent
;K»-K-H(-;K--i{»;l:-r.-«;l;»;I.O*t.ir
Miiis^m-0,
X
X
I
X
X
I
X
Dry Goods of all kinds at right pices1
r^30lik^^5'	
Rubber Coats and Footwear
."J AT WBfNRORH'
S
tra
MGSB&3%mrW?^ m :?B____!__a_t-_BV_
MA'RTNE'.
'-. e -!•'. H;»r*. *»*»-_*ff»!K»,'|f»'i'
4
>* a »_':i-:. io r.'_i|f«'.|.:»,K»:.|;i 0
Barge Georgian In    tmv of lhc
Mystery arrived lost nighl from f'o-
nio.v wilh IroM Ifor, ihe siimitet. • i ■
*     *    r ,
The Albion is|in port With .t„;> Jit:
pan to load coal for the Comox colic
ovens.
Canada (f-i(te
10 reiit5 f.1
VERY FIN2
..->.
The. hiinl freiphlets .P.' l,.)T',nd
■anil fjellnsl were in port till/ morning lor coal.
"Von can fool all the people ton.
of the time, and some of the
people, all the time; but ran
can't fool all the people ill th*
time."
WE DON'T want you fooled
any, of the time. .   ., - , .
Urn priced paint will alwayt fool you.
It may look well when fin. pot
on but will not last. It com «
much to put on a poor paint ts
it does a good one.
THE,r:::  Jr':"*:    ;:-
SHERWIH-WlLUAMS   •  \
Paints
are made to fool no one, Taey
are honest Paints for honest people. They cover most, look best,
r wear longest, are most economical, and always full measure.
SOLD BY
thiy
/
TRY ONE
W. T.HEDDLE&eo.
\\~]      PARTICULAR  OROCERS , no    ...
Free Press Block WUHams' Block
Nanaimo J«-a4ysnittli
_____■
bring it-trout. Get satisfaction and save money for tha'
best work.
Watches cleaned for .. . $1,110
Best main springs .. „ (1.00
i Cleaning and spring'i.- (1..0
New slalls  ... (1.50
New jewel'.,', .,.':  $1.00
We. guarantee all our work
.,!■■■'■   Ill   I.      -.''!'.   •*.   ' I
lor ono year.
B.FORCIMMER,
iWatclimakcr,     Jeweler >
Optician.
. and
First Avenue
mmmmm
Ladysmith
ROYAL HOUSEHOLD
Permit us to introduce to you "Royal Household," as supplied to the Royal Family, the purest, whitest, beat and most healthful flour in
the world.
We recommend "Royal Household" to you as
a perfect flout for bread or pastry, it is made
by patent processes exclusively controlled by
Ogilvie Milling Company and in consequence
cannot be duplicated by any other millers.
If you want the best insist upon having "Royal
Household" accept no substitute, there is none
no other flour is just as good.  "Royal House'
hold" is unequalled, it stands alone the greatest
triumph of modern and scientific milling, and
we recommend it to you.
BL-M1R «5_ ADMM
CARLISLE    BLOCK
,
.   at i pounds for 55c.
Prime Gov't Creamery Butter-14-
28-56 lbs., on hand.
Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.
DOME IN AND SUBSCRIBE P Olt   THE DAILY LEDGER.

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