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THE EVENING WO
Vol. I, No. gg^j
ROSSLA-NE? B. C„ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1902.
Price Five Cents.
H        20 Per Cent this Week Sale ^0 Per Cent     £i
120 Per Cent Cash Discout Sf le
£  ■	
fc On nil our Leather Footwear WITHOUT EX-
fr- CEPTION.     Our stock must be Lightened, and
£r wo know thin discount will do ho.    Sho our windows
yr and como iu and soo tlie goods.    Wo know you will
lm- buy.    Terms of Halo, Strictly Cash.
1 C. O. LALONDE.
"The Shoeman"
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125 Per Cent -Discount, or X Off
All purchases of LadLs' ind Children's shoes
until May i. See our remnant^counter; your
Choice for $i, including women anc,1 children's
lace and button she s, fc)s foreppefs and slippers.
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1 THE HOTEL WINDSOR  I
rg Th8 Label on the Bottle Represents
What Time is it ?
Why do you ask the question? Does your watch
keep good time? If uot
bring it to us and we will
repair it; and reguiato it
so there will be no occasion for asking questions
about the time. Perhaps
you do not own a watch.
If that is the case, come
in and see our stock of
Watches.   It is the
Largest in the Kootenays
Everyone   Guaranteed.
J. W. Spring
The Leading Jeweller,
Next the Post Office     Phone. 274
LABOR PLATFORM
Twelve Planks Have Been
Agreed Upon so Far.
MEETING WAS  BUSINESSLIKE
An Important Preamble-What the
Party Will Demand From
Candidates-
BULLION
IN DANGER
A Fire in the United States
Assay Office on Wall
Street Today.
the .Contents.
Cafe open twenty rfour hours every day in
the year.
I        AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN PLAN.        fi
| N. A. BURRITT,   -  -   PROPRIETOR |
P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke,Green-
wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL  MARKETS—Rossland, Trail,  Nelson, :Ymir, Kaslo
Sandon, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, Grand Forks,
Greenwood,  Phoenix,  Midway, Camp   McKinney,
Revelstoke, Ferguson and Vancouver.
Fish,   Game and  Poultry in Season, Sausages of All Kinds.
WM. DONALD, Manager Rossland Branch
NOTION.
NOTICE ^ hereby ftiveti that s'xty days tsotn
llie .!;Mr Ik'mu! 1 Intend tu npply" to thc
Chief fommiwiloiier of I.muls mil works fur
permission to purchase one hundred aud hixty
acres, de*erM*ed ns li»iiuws:
Commencing at 11 j ost planted nt the north*
east corner ofthe Dubrovulk mineral claim, on
( a*.-.Mr mountain lion Cteek, in the Trail
Creek mining division uf West Kootenay district, tlience south 40 cliHius, Ihence east 40
chains, thence north 40 chains, theuce wei-t 40
chaiuu lo the place of begluiiiiiK-
bTEVK BABBORA.
Rosslaud, B.C. February at, iqoj
Thos. Embleton,
Staple'and Fancy
GROCERIES	
Opp. International Hotel.
The general public is cordially invited
to call and inspect our stock.
Prices guaranteed  to be right   Goods
delivered to any part of the city,
PHONE 296.
AMARILIS
TWO  FOR  A QUARTER
You say two cigars for a quar-
rer ought to be good ones; well,
these are good ones.
Made from selected tobacco by
master workmen. They are
good clear through.
Distributed by
L LEVY &. CO,
Wholesale and Retail Tobacconists.
Next to Bank B, N. A.
New York, April 16.—Thirty one
million dollars in silver bullion
in the assay office at No 30 Wall
street, has been in danger of being
melted by a fire which burned in
one of the basement rooms for
two hours. None but the employes
knew of the fire and they finally
overcame it without assistance.
Next door to the assay office is the
public treasury where the government usually has from $100,000,-
000 to $200,000,000 stored. In
some way fire in the silver smelting room was communicated to a
barrel of lard mixture used in the
smelting process.
There were 23 barrels of tins
mixture in the room ancl like a
flash they were enveloped in a
sheet of flames so intense in heat
that it was feared the great
treasure in a vault of the room
would be melted. There was no
time to close the Bteel door of the
vault, as the llames from the barrels were so close that it was impossible for anyone to approach
near enough to shut them.
Fifty employes in the basement,
thoroughly drilled for such an
emergency, were quickly to work
despite the dense smoke. All windows and scuttles were closed to
prevent the alarm being given to
the public, and when after two
hours work the last vestige of the
fire had disappeared windows
opening at the rear were raised to
clear out the smoke.
SHELF PAPERS. NEW STYLES,
PRETTY SHADES, AT GOODEVE
BR08.
Foresters Attention.
Rev, Mr. Irvine of Vancouver,
deputy supreme chief ranger of
the Independent Order of Foresters is a guest at the^Hotel Kootenay. Mr. Irwine is here on an official visit and will be glad to see
members of the order at the   hotel.
At the Palace, business men's lunch
is served from 11 to 2:30. Price 25 cents
Kamloops, April 16.t— (Special)
—The Labor convention transacted
much business today. Twelve
party planks were adopted nnd one
! or more will follow. A telegram
waB read from Mr. Hawthornth-
waite, M. L. A., congratulating the
conventioiijind urging an independent stand.
An attempt to dominate the convention by the Socialists present
was thwarted by the tactics of
James Wilks taking the chair in
the place of the regular chairman,
Baker of Sandon.
There were prolonged discussions over the land tax, Sunday
labor, which will be voted down,
and smelter propositions.
The convention has been orderly
and businesslike. The chief portion of the platform was a preamble setting forth that no candidate
would bo accepted and endorsed by
the Independent party unless endorsing its platform, and then not
until he had placed his written
resignation, undated, in the hands
of the nominating or endorsing
labor body.
The planks adopted were:
2—Government ownership of
transportation and means of. communication.
3—Compulsory arbitration of labor disputes.
4—Reservation of portions of
coal lands by the government absolutely. The insertion of a clause
in coal leases governing coal prices.
5—Conservation of forest riches
to produce perenial revenue and
promote the pulp industry:
6—Iusertion of a clause in all
charters forbidding the employment of Orientals.
7—Compulsory scaling of all
logs by government scalers.
8—Free transportation to members of the legislature and judges.
9—Gradual abolition of all
taxes upon producers and their products, shifting the burden on land
values.
10—Restriction of Oriental immigration on the lines of the Natal act, with a provision for re-
enactment in case of disallowance.
11—The abolishment of property
qualifications for public officers.
12—The establishment and operation of government smelters
and refinerieB.
A dance was given in  the evening to the delegates.
Later.
At the re-assembly of the convention the discussion of the platform
was resumed and the following
planks were adopted in addition to
those passed previously :
13—The right to refer all franchises and subsidies to the electorate.
13—Declaration of election day
aB a public holiday with four hours
reserved to allow all employes to
vote,
15—Farm lands and implements
to be exempt from taxation and
wild lands to be assessed at the
price asked by holders.
16—No land subsidies to be
granted.
17—Ten per cent, of public lands
to be set aside for a revenue for
education, and that children up to
16 years be given free books and
meals and clo'hing when necessary.
18— Municipalizition and public
control of the liquor traffic.
The chief arguments of the day
centered around the referendum
And the observance of Sunday
which latter was opposed on the
grounds of the undue length of the
platform and the plank was refused
admission.
If you want an apron for yourself or
child, if you want an apron for your
husband, if you want anything iu the
line ot fancy or ustful articles go to the
Guelph block, next door to the Orescent,
on Thursday afternoon.
The City Council.
Mayor Clute was absent from the
regular meeting of the city council
last night and practically no business of importance was transacted.
Typewriting, Stenography, Accounting, G. A. Ohren, U. S Consulate,
Phene 247.
MONEY IN PLENTY
New British   Loan  Subscribed Ten Times Over.
THIRTY-TWO MILLION POUNDS
Morgan, the  Barings  and   Rothschilds Have  Secured   About
One-Half of the Loan,
London, April 16.—It was said
that J. Pierpont Morgan, the Barings and the Rothschilds have
secured an aggregation of £16,000,'
000 of the new British loan of £32.-
000,000. The remaining /,'16,000,-
000 will be offered to the public.
There was a tremendous rush to
subscribe to the new loan of thirty-
two million pounds today at the
bank of England. It was estimated
this evening that the loan had been
ten times oversubscribed. The
lists will probably close tomorrow.
We make a speciality of family trade
at the International Liquor Store.
HAWKINS
DOWNED
Dal Made a  Game Fight
But Was Counted Out
in the 14th Round.
Seattle, April 16.—Dal Hawkins
went down to defeat before Perry
Queenan at the armory after one of
the prettiest fights ever pulled off
in Seattle. The end came with
startling suddenness. Both men
were fighting fast and going strong
in the 13th round, when just at the
cloBe Perry caught Dal a terrific
blow in the Btomach The old
fighter bent nearly double and the
bell saved him from going out in
that round.
Dal was plainly worried when he
came out of his corner for tlie fourteenth round but went to defeat
with gameness. Perry ripped a
terrific right to Dai's body, Dal
swayed and saved himself from going to the floor only by spreading
his legs. Queenan was after him
like a tiger. He sent a long right
to the jaw and followed with a
right to the same spot. Dal went
to the floor with a crush. His
head struck first and he was counted out.
COLLINS' TRIAL
Further   Proceedings   in
Police Court.
JUDGMENT WILL BE RESERVED
Charges of Sending a False Letter
and Telegram Inquired Into
Today.
The charge of forgery against W.
\V. B. Collins was concluded about
5.30 last evening and the magistrate reserved his decision in the
matter.
Today the charge of sending a
ialse letter waB concluded and a
third charge of Bending a false
telegram 'is in progress as the
World goes to press.
The informations in today's proceedings are based upon section 429
of thecriminal codeof Canada which
provides that every one is guilty of
an indictable offense and liable to
two years imprisonment who, with
intent to injure or alarm any person, sends,causes or procures to be
sent any telegram or letter or other
message containing matter which
he knows to be false.
There was a fair attendance of
spectators in court today. It is
probable that the police magistrate
will reserve his decision again.
He will either release the prisoner
holding that a prima facie case has
not been made out or he will Bead
Collins for trial at the Nelson assizes which will open on the Gth of
next month.
Ice cream and cake, sandwiches and
coffee will be ttrved by tne ladies of the
Metlu dist church in tho Guelpb block
tomorrow afternoon.
CHINESE
AMBUSHED
Two Thousand Imperialist
Soldiers Caught by
the Rebels.
Hong Kong, April 16.—A courier
who arrived at Canton yesterday
reported that over 2,000 imperialist soldiers sent by Marshal Su
against the rebels were ambushed
in a narrow defile and were all
killed or captured.
Later.
The situation in the rebellious
districts of southern China is increasingly alarming. . The viceroy
of Canton has telegraphed to Pekin
urging the immediate forwarding of
reinforcements there. Lack of news
from General Ma and Marshal Su
is taken to indicate that the rebels
havoBurrounded the imperial troops
and cut off communication witli
these troops.
Wallpaper2%c pT siui?!e roll   at F
VV. Pretty's, 111 Columbia avenue.
A Good Show.
The I. O. O. F. entertainment
given at the Miners' hall this
evening should he well patronized.
The Cosgrove orchestra is a fine
one and there will be a dance after
the concert is over.
Kresh ColumbU river trout revived
every day at thu K. C. Market.
Liberals to Meet.
Hot Clam Chowder served with every
glass of beer at the Alhambra,
There will be a meeting of the
local Liberal association in tho
Board of Trade rooms tomorrow
night at S o'clock. THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND,
The Evening World
By the WorldlPublishing.Company.
Published daily lu MineiV Union hall, Rosaland, in the interest of organized labor In British
Colombia.
Entered at the Rosslaud, B. C. postoffice for
transmission through the mails, May 1,1901, as
second clans reading matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATBB—Fifty cents per
mouth or $5 00 year, invariable in advance, Ad-
ve-t laing .rates made  known on   application.
Address* all   communications'   to   James II.
Fletcher, Manager, P. O. box yoa, Rossis nd, B. C
LAgEP>
ALEXANDER DICK.
veldt is bare of grass and they can
neither move about nor fight? Is
the negotiation which is in
the air the submission of a beaten
foe, or is it merely the last play for
respite of a cunning one?
A clergyman was questioning a
class in hiB Sunday school about the
man who fell among thieves on the
way from Jerusalem to Jericho.
Bringing the story to a point, he
asked: "Now, why did the priest
and the Lovite pass by on the
other side?" "I know," said a lad;
"because the man was already
robbed."—Ex,
B/.C,
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APRIL 16, 1002
C= *&     dfT**m9**\l*A WW a    _   S    Corner of Columbia
Our old friend, Alexander Dick,
now assistant to the general manager of the Dominion Coal company has just got back to Halifax
after an extensive tour about tlie
world in the interests of his company. We confess a feeling of relief to learn that Alexander is on
this side of the ocean once more,
and hope that he may find time to
visit us in Rossland before long.
Mr. Dick thinks that we should
build and present a cruiser to tbe
home government, following the
example of Cape Colony.
Speaking of tbe coal trade abroad
Mr. Dick said he had made a number of new contracts in Scandinavia
and Denmark, and was hopeful
that the large oneB would be closed
when the shipments to the St,.
Lawrence markets ceased.
While on his travels Mr. Dick
suggested to the British royal commission on coal the desirability ol
including colonial trade in tl e
sphere of itB investigation. English
people are interested to a great extent in Canadian affairs, especially
the future of shipbuilding.; A number of English colliery proprietors
and mining managers are about to
visit Nova Scotia to study improved methods of mining.
Notwithstanding the fact that
the production of open-hearth
steel in the United States was
greater last year by more than a
million and a quarter tons than
the year before, it has fallen far below demand. The greatest difficulty today in every industry of
which steel is a principal raw material is to secure from the manufacturers an adequate supply, or
even any assurances that future or-
derB will be filled within any reasonable time.
Some of the Ann Arbor professors and instructors are conducting
experiments on a new peat-drying
process, with the probability of
great success. It is expected that
the procesB will enable them to
produce peat for fuel purposes at
considerably less than the price of
hard coal. One pound of dry peat
gives the same heat as three-quarters of a pound of coal, and the
only refuse is ashes. The process
consists of the use of rollers, by
which the water is squeezed out.
The peat is then dried and pressed
into solid blocks of the density of
bituminous coal.
NOVA SCOTIA MINING.
Lord Strathcona presided in
London on March 24th at a lecture
on Nova Scotia, delivered at the
Imperial institute by Mr. John
Howard, agent-general for Nova
Scotia. The lecturer stated that
the coal fields of Nova Scotia embraced an area of about 4000
square miles, and the estimated
deposits available were 40,000,000-
000 tons. In proportion to the
entire output of the whole of Canada the province was responsible
for GO per cent of the coal raised.
The increased output last year had
been 50 per cent, and extended
markets were being opened up in
Europe for the trade. Iron ores
of the richest description had been
discovered in great abundance in
Nova Scotia, and being in close
proximity to large coal fields, and
contiguous also to limestone, it was
only natural that the establishment of the iron and steel industry should follow. With these advantages it was Blated that the
works at Sydney, Cape Breton,
could produce steel at .IG a ton
lower than Pittsburg, which was
generally considered the cheapest
producer. Gold was found scattered all over tthe province, the
auriferouB area being 3000 square
miles, extending principally along
the southern shore. Low grade
ores were met with in wide belts in
many districts, and were profitably worked. Gold mining had not
long been systematically developed
which accounts for the comparatively small returns reported.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
St. ThomaB' labor unions are
protesting against the acceptance
of a Carnegie gift for a public library.
Parliament will be asked for a
further sum of $70,000 to build an
addition to the printing bureau at
Ottawa.
Do the BoerB really desire peace,
or do they merely wish to save
themselves from molestation during the  winter   seaBon, when tin
The Toronto Telegram says the
Laurier government has violated
the provincial rights of British
Columbia in order to keep the door
open to Chinese and Japanese laborers, and twits Ralph Smith
and other British Columbia supporters of the government with not
being sincere in their clamour for
relief. "Eastern Canada." sayB the
Telegram, "is not to blame for the
evils which follow the influx of
Asiatic labor into British Columbia. The people of British Columbia are not in earnest on this
question. The Asiatic labor question is a text for vote-making
speeches. Imperial reasons do not
prevent the states of the Australian
Commonwealth from legislating
against Chinese and Japanese laborers. Imperial reasons should
not prevent any province of the
Dominion from protecting its own
people against Asiatics. British
Columbia elects partizans who
trifle with the question. When
the people of British Columbia
learn to display their earnestness
at the polls, Eastern Canada and
the Laurier government will listen
and give them what they want."
ALAKUMA NUT CANDIES 10c OR
3 FOB 25c?AT GOODEVE  BROS.
For high-class tamily liquors go to the
International Liquor Store.
All There.
Visitor to the Y. M. C. A.—Do
you have many ping-pong players
here ?
Polite Attendant—Pardon me;
you have misapprehended. The
asylum is four blocks lower down.
Competent stenographer wishes a situation.   Address L. B„ box 134.
Fine winea and liquors
national Liquor Store,
at  the Inter-
Remnants In wallpaper at a bargain at
F. W, Pretty's, 111 Columbia avenue.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
KOOTKNAT.
0. H. Hahn, New York.
M. A.Cordova, Vancouver.
MiBB It. Demuth, city.
W. A. Graves, Spokane.
Jno. R. McDonald, Seattlo.
H. W. Robson, Spokane.
S. 11. Goldman, Cleveland, O.
THEj§TRAND
|!  FINEST EQUIPPED SALOON IN THEfPROVINCE j|
We Carry all the Best Brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars.
E OPEN AT ALL HOURS. |
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FIGURES TALK.
The fi th annual meeting of the shareholders
of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal eompany was held
in Toronto on March 7th.
Th« net profits of the year after paying all
operating expenses and all charge of every kind,
amounted to $207,848.39. After paying a dividend at the rate of ten percent per annum, a balance of $28,142,,89 was carried forward to the
credit of profit and loss.
This company's assets are their coal mines
and the townsi-e of Fernie. Four years ago thia
company had no transportation facilities, and their
st >ck sold as low as eleven cents per share. Today their stock is selling at $90.
The Similkameen Valley Coal companv, limited, assets are coal mines, timber, water power,
agricultural and horticultural land, city water
works, electric light plant and the townsite of
Ashnola, surrounded by the following resources:
gold, copper,' silver, lead, iron, lime, tire clay,
platinum, and a fine stockraising country, and it
is the smelting center of tbe Similknrueeii valley, with a climate that is all that could be asked,
You can secure an option on this company's stock
by paying 10c per share down, and ten cents per
month until fully paid, wi'h non-forfeiture clause.
This price is subject to twenty-five cents advance
without notice as soon as transportation is assured.
The present price is $1.10 per share. Do not wait
until it is too late, but get in on the ground Moor,
and make a handsome profit. A purchaser oi
one hundred shares now, may gain a profit of
$8,990. Crow's nest shares as an example. This
would be a fair profit on an investment of ten
dollars per month for eleven months. We invile
the fullest inspection of tbe company's affairs by
intending purchasers. For further information
apply to the
Similkameen Valley Coal Co.,
LIMITED.
Head office Nelson, 1!. 0., Room "A." K, W. C.
block, Baker street.
M. Wall, Cleveland, O.
A. P. McMullan, Phoenix.
J. E. McEwen, Nelson.
HOFFMAN  BOUSE.
C. Cranston, Nelson.
H. Maxwell, Nelson.
Mrs. W. H. Mclntyre, Winnipeg.
Mrs. J. W. Rocton, Winnipeg.
Chas. Mead, Marysville, Mont.
Jim Hill, San Francisco.
Jas. Hayward, Phoenix.
Mrs. Adams, Los Angeles, Cal.
Miss Adams, Los Angeles, Cal.
T. P. Costello, Nelson.
Simon Jacobs, Phoenix.
W. E. Kennedy, Greenwood.
E. J. Dwyer, Grand Porks.
Mr. Knox, Grand Forks.
Mrs. Knox, Grand Forks.
J. V. Manley, Midway.
GOODEVE'S COMPOUND SYRUP-
HYPOPHOSPHITE8 TONES THE
SYSTEM, PREVENTS FEVER IN
ADULTS OR CHILDREN, 'TRY IT!
If vou want first-cUss bottled goods
go to the International Liqnor  Store.
A big glass of beer and bowl of Clam
Chowder for ;c at the Alhambra,
For fine Cigars and Tobaccos go to Ed
Farnsworth's cigar stand.
Get the big
Clifton corner.
Klondike   shine   at  the
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty days
from the date hereof we intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of LandB
and Works for permission to purchase
forty acres excepting therefrom the
Right of Way of the St. Thomas Mountain Wagon Road, described as followa:
Commencing at a post situated at the
old Cabin on the Cascade mineral claim,
on Cascade mountain, Iron creek, in the
Trail Creek Mining Division of WeBt
Kootenay District, thence north thirteen
and one-third chains, thence east thirty
chains; thence sonth '.hirteen and one-
third chains, thence west thirty chains
to the point of commencement.
Dated at Rossland, B. 0., this 8th day
April, A.D. 1902.
The Cascade Gold Mining and Milling
Company, Limited, (Non-Personal Liability.) Wm. B. Townkknd,
- Vice-PreBident.i|
BUTTE  HOTEL,
Templeton & Crow, Props.
$1 PER DAY.
Special Rates Given Miners
Miners' Buckets a Specialty.
I Firstclass Bar in connection
amtiiUUituuiiitnuiiiHtUHUuuiutuUB
Certificate of Improvements.
"Nevada'' mineral claim 6ltuate in thc
Trail Creek Mining Division of WeBt
Kootenay District.
Where located—On Lake mountain
about two miles aouth of the city of
Rossland, and adjoining the mineral
claim, "A. B. C", l^ot 1772, Group I.
Take notice thai 1, H. B. Smith, acting
as agent for Joseph R. Miller, free miner's
certificate No. B56894, intend, sixty
dayB from the date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for Ihe purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant for the above
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of euch Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated tbis 20th day of March, 1902
H. II. SMITH
Le Roi
LIVERYJFEED AND SALE STABLES
John F, Linbnrg, Prop,
Washington St.. Op. Hoffman House
BestiTurnouts-Only Cab in City
Phone—V. & N/.39, Columbia 88.
Postoffice Box 186.
Union Made Cigars.
Why not begin the New Year by
smoking union made cigarB?
When you wish a smoke ask your'
dealer tor a "W, B." or "Crown
Grant" Cigar.
I eiifton Hotel
avenue and Bpokane
street..,
i
MB
Bar Supplied with the Best Goods in the Market.
CLUB ROOMS IN  CONNECTION.
Big free show every night.       Miners' Checks cashed free.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Telephone No. 196....
H. P. JONES, Proprietor
li^-smAWlMmtmmWW'>m.m\i)-l
i  THE QUEEN THE ALLAN
j     eiqar Stores
, Are where you can get the best the market affords in
J CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES, ETC.,   ETC. : : : : :
CROW & MORRIS,      -:-     PROPRIETORS g
THE INTERNATIONAL
Family
Liquor Store
-Carries the choicest of-
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
We make a specialty of supplying families. Our stock is complote in
every detail and our prices will, we think, be found satisfactory, as
well as the quality of our Liquors.
ALL   KINDS   OF   DRY
WOOD
W. P. LINGLE
Office opposite Great
Northern   ticket oflice,
next to Red Star
The Short Line
EAST AND WEST
-TO-
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Chicago, Torontor
Montreal, New York,
and all Eastern points.
Seattle, Tacoma,
Vancouver, Victoria,
and all Pacific Coast points.
EAST BODND.
Leave',Spokane 9:4U a. m,
WEST BODND,
Leave Spokano. .7:20 a.m. and 8:00 p.m
All connections made in Union depot
For fnll particulars, folders, etc.,
call on or address
H. BRANDT, C.P.A.,
701 W. Riverside, Spokane
H. P. Brown, A^imt,
Ropsland, B. C,
Canadian
Scenic Line of the World
DIRECT ROUTE.
WEBT
EAST
Winnipeg
Vancouver
Toronto
Victoria
Ottawa    "
Miuttlc
Montreal
Portland
New York
San Francirco
SOO LINE.
CHICAGO, St. PAUL AND
ALL U. S. POINTS.
Tourist Car Service,
EAST
Leaves    Dunmore    Junction
Daily, leaves Kootenay Land"
ing Tuesday and   Friday   for fSt   Paul.
Toronto, Monteeal and Huston.
Spokane Falls & Northern
NELSON & FT. SHEPPARD RY.
Red Mountain Ry,
The only all-rail route between all points earn
west nnd south to Rosaland, Nelson, and oil intermediate pelnts, connecting at Spokane with
the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. K.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rosaland with the Canadian Pa-
clfic Ry, for Boundary Creek poluts.
Connecta at Mevert Falls with stage dally Tor
Republic.
Buffet sendee on trains between Bpokane.and
Nelson,
WEST
Leaves Revelstoke daily.
Vancouver, Seattle and Coast
Homeseekers' Excursrom Rates
On sale, westbound, March 1 to April 30
EFFECTIVE NOV.   0
Leave.
Arrive.
1(1:20 a. m.
Spokane*         7:15 p. m.
12:25 p. m.
Rossland.        4130 p. m.
9:40 a. m.
Nelson.         6:45 p. m.
H. A. JACKSON,
General Passenger Agt,
Spokane, Wash.
H.;P. BROWN,
Agent, Roisland, B.C
Rossland Home Bakery
I. A. Petch "Prop,    Phone 286,
CHOICE, PASTRY AND CAKES
Wedding'ConfeotionsJto^oriler.
ORDERS DELIVERED BY WAGOK
Through booking to  Europe via all
Atlantic Lines.
Prepaid tickets from all points at
lowest rates.
For time tables, rates and full information apply to
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
A. C. McARTHUR,
C. F. Sc T. Agt.
J. 8. CARTER, D. P. A.
Nelson, B. 0.
, J. Coyle A' G. P. A
Vanconver. B C
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. B,
Allan Line, "Ionian"    Wpill a6
From Montreal
Allan Line "Parisian" Mny i
Beaver Une "Lake Sim coe"  May 8
Beaver Une "Lake Manitoba".. May3
From Portland
Dominion Line   "Calitominu" Mry 3
From   Boston.
Dominion Line "Commonwealth" April 26
Dominion Line "Haverfo d"  May 3
From New York.
WnUe Stnr Line ' Teutonic" AptV 23
White Star Line "Cvnuic" April  25
White Stur Line "Oceanic" April 30
CunardLine "Campauia"   .April 26
Cunard Line "Umbria" May 3
CunardLine "Lucaian' May 10
American Line "St,  Paul"    April 21
American Line "St. Louis" , A,nil 30
Red Star Line "Zelaud" April 50
Red Star Line 'KeusiuKt'ii" /Ipril 33
Continental sailings of French, Ncrth German
Lloyd, Hamburg-Ameiican, Bollard*American•
Prince and Italian Lines on application.
RATES—Saloon fares, &o 00, and upwards.
Second, $35 and upwards, according to steamer
and location of berth.   Steerage quoted ou ap-
Blication.   Prepaid Passages frcm England and
ie continent at lowett rates.
Fnll particulars City Ticket office,; Columbia
Amuucj Rosaland, B. C
A. C.  WeARTI.'lJR Agent. THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND  B. C, APRIL 16, rQ02
NOTES ON LABOR
Items of Interest  to the
Workingman.
PRINTERS JUBILEE IN AUGUST
To Keep Out of United States Politics—Prices Going Up in
Toronto.
The Laundry Workers' union of
Vancouver has 70 members.
Marine firemen of Vancouver
have had their wages raised from
$45 to $50 a month.
The Toronto Barbers' association
is talking of raising the price from
10 to 15 cents for shaving, and 20
to 25 cents for haircutting.
At the Carnegie steel works a
few days ago 35 out of 50 carpenters who asked for an increase of
wages was discharged therefor.
The painterB of Toronto have
declined a compromise of 28 cents
an hour. They insist on 30 cents
an hour and eight hours a day.
The convention of the Typographical union to be held at Cincinnati in August will mark its
golden jubilee, the union being 50
years in existence.
Instead of paying conductors
and brakesmen by the hour, the
Erie railway officials have decided
to pay conductors three cents a
mile and brakemen two cents.
By a referendum vote, the local
unions comprising the big labor organization of Chicago, the Federation of Labor, have declared that
that body Bhall keep out of politics.
The Halifax Longshoremen's
union, composed of 700 members
are striking for an increase in
wageB from 20 to 25 cents an hour
for day work, and from 25 to 30
cents for night work.
The Toronto Ministerial association has declined to hold a joint
conference with the Trades and
Labor council of that city on the
relations between the churches
and the workingmen.
The grievances of the mainten-
ance-of-way men of tho C. P. R.
are to be submitted to arbitration.
Tho trackmen will elect one arbitrator, the company another, and
these two will select the third, or
judge.
CloBe upon 4,000,000 working
days were lost in the United Kingdom during 1901 as the result of
strikes. One-third of theBe strikes
wore settled in favor of the employers over a third were compromised, and above 27 per cent resulted favorably to the workmen.
Montreal labor unions using a
label have concluded that the only
way to secure legal protection for
the union label is to become incorporated under the provincial
lawe when the violation of any
contract regarding the label entered into by a manufacturer and a
union could be dealt with   legally.
After faithfully serving the city
of Toronto for twenty years, a
horse that had outgrown its usefulness was sold to a rag picker, and
the newspapers arc raising Cain
about the ingratitude. Many a
man'B a subject of a similar situation, and no newBpaper gives them
a line—but men and horses are
different.
In some instances it is not so
much the demands as the manner
in which demands are made that
rouses the employer to fight bis
employes. Rude speech, though
unintentional, may injure a cause
as much as premature action. The
employer is entitled to fair treatment, and hiB views should command the Bame consideration of
workmen as they expect of him for
their views of a question. On the
other hand, an employer gainB
nothing by being rude to his employes. Many strikes and lockouts
with their attendant bitterness and
Jobs to both sides, have been caused
through hasty words or actions.
There are but few differences which
arise between employer and employe that cannot be imbued with
with a spirit of conciliation. The
lockout and Btrike should never be
resorted to while there is a possibility of settlement by any other
honorable means.
GANONG BROS. FRESH CHOCOLATES, BOXED OR BULK, AT
GOOBEVn; BROS.
For rent—A three room furnished house.   Apply at this office.
HAS ACUTE  MANIA,
Why the Rev. Dr. Frost Made His Remarkable Offer to Carnegie.
New York, April 16.—Rev. William A. Crawford-Frost, who interrupted the authors' banquet two
nights ago by offering Andrew Carnegie a thought recording maohine,
was afterwards removed to the
Bellevue hospital, where it was
found he was suffering from acute
mania. Drs. Allen Fitch and H.
V. Wildman, who are attending
him, would make no statement
yesterday as to his condition. His
wife is on her- way from Baltimore.
Mr. Frost when in Toronto was
a member of the Globe staff. .'He
sought to develop the public spirit
of the young men. and is credited
with founding the Toronto Young
Men's Liberal club.
For imported  winea  go to the International Liquor Store,
Clani Chcwder tree day and  night at
the Alhainbrn.
We have just received a carload of
the latest designs in w.UIpaper. Daniel
& Arthur, Columbia uvenue.
KIPLING'S
TRIBUTE
A Poem That Was Read at
the Burial of Cecil
Rhodes.
The London Times published on
Thursday last a poem of four stanzas, by Rudyard Kipling,which was
read at the burial of Cecil Rhodes.
There has been cabled to this
country a portion of the poem, beginning with the Becond stanza,
which is aB follows:
Dreamer devout, by visions led
Beyond our guess or reach,
The travail of his spirit bred
Cities in place of speech;
So huge the all-mastering   thought
that drove,
So brief the term allowed;
Nations, not worlds, he   linked   to
prove
His faith before the crowd.
Then describing the dead waiting in the granite tomb at Matop-
po hilis.in fulfillment of his vision,
the poem concludes:
The immense and brooding Bpirit
still
Shall quicken and control;
Living, he waB the land, and   dead
'   His soul shall be her soul.
COLLARD & BOWSER'S CELEBRATED BUTTER SCOTCH 15c OR
TWO PACKAGES FOR 25fl ATGOOD
EVE BROh
BILLIARD CHAMPIONSHIP.
Shafer to PlayVlgnaux In   New York
Next Month.
For Sale—I desire to sell my dwelling hiuBe, corner First avenue and
Earl Btreet. Easy terms. E. M, Kinuear.
New York, April 16.—Jacob
Shafer, the world's billiard champion, has arrived from Paris, where
he has been giving exhibitions at
the grand academy. Upon his arrival here he immediately posted a
forfeit of $250 to bind his match
with Maurice Vignaux, scheduled
to begin May 2nd. The play will
be for the world's championship,
500 points at 18-inch balk line,
one shot in balk, and a side bet of
$500 for each man.
If you want a nice smoke ask for La
Federal at Ed. Furnsnorth's cigar store
Wiillpapi r2'ac per siagle roll   at F
W. Pretty'a, 111 Columbia avenue.
AN OIL STRIKE.
Jelllco, Tennessee, the Scene of the
Latest Find-Great Excitement.
Knoxville, Tenn., April 16.—A
special from Jellico, Tenn., says
that great excitement prevails ft
that place over the fact that oil was
struck yeBterday within the city
limits at a depth of 1060 feet. This
is the first oil struck in this section
and thousands visited the scene of
the Btrike.
Regular dinner served at the Pa'ace
from 5:30 to 8 p.m.   Price 60 cents.
Twenty Years Ago,
El Paso, Texas, April 16.—The
grand jury has returned an indictment against Bernio Cordova for
killing Thomas Morrill and his
young bride in this country nearly
20 years ago.
Furnished rooms at hard times prices,
hot and cold water bath included, at the
Vreda    Call and eee them.
Paulson Brothers,
GROCERS.
Eggs,
Eggs,
Eggs!
FRESH EVERY MORNING
PAULSON BROS.,
Washington St, and First Ave
W. R. Braden
-Dealnr in—
Choice Groceries and
Provisions.
EAST COLUMBIA AVENUE.
Phone 94 -      P. O. Box 515
M. & M. SALOON
First Ave.    Notti & Costa, Props.
Fine Wines,Liquors and Cigars
Certificate of Improvement.
NOTICE.
New Bonanza nnd Bonanza No. 2 Mineral Claims, situate in the Trail Creek
Mining Division of West Kootenay District,;
Where located:   On Iron creek.
Take notice that I, Kenneth K. Burnet, acting aa agent for Steve Barbora,
free miner's certificate, No. B42498 and
Steve J. Brailo, free miner's certificate No. B55727, in'end, sixty days
from the date hereof, to applv to the
mining recorder fcr a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a crown grant of the above claim,
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must, be commenced
before tbe issuance of such certificate of
improvement,
Dated this 27th davof Mar.,A, D. 1902
KENNETH L. BURNET
INTERNATIONAL
Music Hall
llONMYr~APlUL~l4
Wajor~o, LEARY,
The Celebrated Jcggler
PERRY    SISTERS
LOWERY &. TEMPLETON
KENNISON   SISTERS
The deal Five act Wnr Drama
"LYNWOOD,"
Or tlie filne and tlie Gray,
Admission,      - 15c and 25c
BOX SEATS   50c
NOTICE.
RECEIVER'S SALE BY TENDER.
Of 100,000 Shares oi O. & O. Mining Oo.,
Limited Liability.
in the supbeme court op british
columbia.
Between:
Henry Boie, plaintiff,
and
Timothy O'Leary, administrator, et
al defendants.
Sealed tenders addressed to R. W.
Day, receiver, Nelson, B. C, for 100,000
shares in the above named company will
be received by the unders'gned R. W.
Day ,up to noon of April 22nd, 19(12.
The sale will be made to the highest
bidder. Terms, 20 per cent when tender
is accepted, balance within ten days
thereafter. The nominal par value of
each share is $1.00, and the authorized
capitalization of the company is $500,000.
The company waB incorporated in British Columbia, in 1896, under the Companies Act 1890 and Amending Act',
The company is said to own the C. Sc C.
mineral claim near Rossland, B. C.
For furthei^paiticulars apply to Taylor
Sc O'Shea, Nelson, B. O., solicitors for
the receiver or to R. W. Day, receiver,
Nelsou, B. C.
Dated, Nelson, B. 0., April 10th, 1902
Alhambra Hotel
$1 a day and up.
Steady Boarders. $6.50 per week.
FINEST MEALS.
Ellegantly Furnished Rooms.
AUthe o'd boys are cordially invited to
return f rm. r patronage. New pa'rons
will receive kindest consideration.
Anaconda Saloon,
Cor. Spokane and First.
McPhee & McDonell,  - Proprs
Fine Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
Phone 164.
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Funeral Directors & Embalmers
Corner St. Paul and Columbia Ave.
Two Modern Hearses, White and Black
Phone 109—147.
Auction Sales,
Conducted in any part of the city.
Furr.iiure a Specialty, Sties Conducted
either in Private Houseb or t;ales Room
ou Spokane street. Apply to .1. George
Honghton, auctioneer, opposite Burns'
meat market, Spokane street,
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'pad?: Marks
Ff!H *     CcpvniGHTs &c.
Anyone smuilns a pkotfth and description inny
qnlouly iiscerMIn our opinion freo whether tin
invention ia probably patentable.  CoimmmtcA*
i-lOIIS rttrlctl? COlitlrlonl l;il.  BflZldbOOKOll t'fiWilltS
sanfc free, oirlost mrmw for BecuftpA patent*.
Piit/snts taken tlironpli Munn A, Co. receivo
■iprcidiinotice, '.rltho'jt Omruc, latlm
mimut flmk
A'liftnflflomflly Hln^iratM weokls. Tinniest pjr*
pulatlon of uny snientiUa j'nii-imL Tornu, ?1 a
yonr; four mouths, $L Sotd kyidl TinwiHlealefS.
TOH&Ca.89'8"'^ flew York
Labor Union Directory.
Officers and Meetings.
NELSON MINERS UNION
No. gb, W. F. M. Meets
every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock. John McPherson, Pres., James Wilks,Sec.
Visiting brothers cordially
invited.
GREENWOOD MINERS UNION
No. 22, W. F. M., meets every
Saturday evening in Union hall.
I). MacGlasham, Pres., Geo. F.
Dougherty, Seo.-TreaB,
MINERS' UNION Mo. .18,
Western Federation of
miners—meets every Wednesday evening at 7.30, p.
m. in Miners' Union Hall.,
Frank Woodside, Secretary
Rupert Bulmer,  Presider.*,
NEW DENVER MINIMS
Union No. 07, W. J . M.
Meets every Saturda^ evening at 7:30 o'clock in Union
hall. T. J. Loyd, Pres., H.
J. Byrnes, Sec.
Kf~\Tj* "P    ROSSLAND LODGK NO »,
• KJF   A.  •  K. ot P., meets every Friday
night at 8 o'clock ln Odd Mellow's hall, Cjueeo
street.   Visiting brothers are always welcome.
Wm. McNeill, C. C. ;
Procter Joiner, K. of R. and S |
Iit     A     TJ    FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF
1 ,   KJ.    Fl. EAGLES,    Rosslaud  Aerie,
No. 10, Regular meetings evtry Thursday evenings, 8 p. m, Eagles Hall, Miners' Union Bldg.
T. H. Boulton, W. P.
H. Daniel, W. Secretary.
PHOENIX MINERS UN-
ion No. 8, W. F. M. Meets
every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock in Miners' nail.
Henry Heidman, Pres.. Jno.
Riordan, Sec.
Id O T? Meels in <Md Kellows HttU \
• W»VJ»JT • en yueen Street, betweeu
First and Second avenues. Regular meetings!
each Holiday night. Visiting brothers are cor-1
dially invited to attend and register within 30
days.
W.B. Murphy, Sec, Altx Fraser, N. G
SOT tTS King Kdward Lodge of the !
• OX. \Xm Order or the Suns of St. |
George, meets every Friday evening ut .7:30, in j
the lower halt of the salvation army. Visiting!
brethren are invited to attend.
Thomas Kmbleton. Prest
Gtorge c.othier, Secy.
GROCE
YMIR MINERS UNION
No. 85, W. F. M„ meets
every Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock in Miners' Un
ion hall. W. B. Mclsaac,
Pres., Alfred Parr, Sec.
SLOCAN CITV MINERS
Union No. 62, W, F. M.
Meets every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 in Miners' Union hall. Geo. Nich-
ol, Fres„D. B. O'NeailJSec.
A complete stock of
JUST RECEIVED.
New Store.  New Goods.
E. W. SIMPSON
36 W. Columbia Ave.      Phone 68.
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WESTERN FEDERATION
OF MINERS-Edward Boyce
president,Uenver,Colorado,
James Wilkes, vice-president, Nelson. British Columbia; Wm. C. Haywood,
secretary-treasurer, Denver,
Col.; Executive Board,John
C. Williams, Grass Valley,
Cal.; Phillip Bowden,Butte,
Mont,; Thos. B. Sullivan,
Leadville, Col.; John Kelly,
Burke, Idaho; Chas. H.
Moyer, Lead City, S. Dakota; James A. Baker, Slocan
City, B. C.
DISTRICT UNION no. 6,
W. F. M.« Jas. Wilkes, Pres.
Nelson; Rupert Bulmer.vice-
president, Rossland; Alfred
Parr, secretary-treasurer,
Ymir.
Grand Union Hotel
SI.OOlo $1,25 per day
Neatly Furnished RooniB $1.50 to
$2.50 per week.
TRADES AND LABOR
COUNCIL—Meets every second andi fourth Tuesday in
each month at 7.30 P. M, in
Miners' Union Hall. President, WL.McDonald. Ad
dress all communications to
Secretary-Treasurer, P. O.
box 784.
Latest Telegraphic Dispatches, the best Local News.
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to Best Advertising Medium in
the City.
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A First Class Bar in Connection
22 Columbiu ave, 4  doors east of
Post Oflice.   Tel. 58.
Geo. H- Green, Prop.
Hotel Bellview
$1 Per Day
And Upwards.
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Board and Lodging
$7 Per Week
A firstciasn bar in conncciion.
Open c!av nnd night. Opposite
the 0. P. R. J>epot.
TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION No. 335,—Meets on the
last Sunday of each month
at the Miners' Union Hail
Jj Barkdoll, Sec; Wm.
Poole, Presid
CARPENTERS & JOINERS UNION—meets every
Friday of each week at 7,
30 p. m. in Miners' Union
Hall. W. R. Baker, Pres.;
John McLaren, Sec,
PAINTERS' UNION, No.
i23,painters?and decorators
of America.meets in Beatty's
Hall, on second and foprth
Tuesday of each month. R
C. Arthur, Pres.; W. S.
Murphy, Sec.
Harry Bell, - Propr
JOURNEYMEN TAILORS
Union of America. Meets
iirst Monday in each month
in Miners' Union hall. S
Graham president, L. A
Fairclough secretary P O
box 314. THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B.C., APRIL ifl, (902.
STOCK MARKETS
A Great Revival of Share
Speculation.
OVER   FORTY-ONE  THOUSAND
The Latest Quotations  and  Sales
Locally and on the Toronto
Market.
The stock business has taken an
upward turn and the local brokers
■were overwhelmed with business
today.
On the local market the sale ot
41,500 Bhares was recorded and
this by no means represents the
volume of business done, as many
of the brokers were too buBy to
make a full report of all their
transactions.
On the Toronto market 23,000
shareB changed hands this morning.
White Bear, Centre Star and
War Eagle were the principal
stocks dealt in.
Today's quotations and sales here
and in Toronto.
Today's Toronto Quotations.
Asked      Bid
War Eagle       12# 12
CentreStar       40^ 39%
Cariboo, Camp McK.       27 25>&
IronMask       23 15
Rambler-Cariboo....       89 85
Giant         5 4
Republic       10# 10
Payne       29% 27%
Winnipeg         5 2%
WhiteBear         4% i%
White Bear, 1500, 4^c, 1000,41c,
2500,44c; North Star, 3500, 23c;
Centre Star, 500, 39c, 500, 39|c;
Republic, 4000, 0000, lOJc; War
Eagle, 2000,1000, 12c, 500, 12^c.
Total, 23,000.
Today's Local Quotations:
Asked Bid
Abe Lincoln  8
American Boy  8 6A
Athabasca $ 4 00
Big Three         aA
Black Tail  uji lift
California         6 2
Canadian Gold Fields         -\A 4
Cariboo (Camp McKinney)  27 24
CentreStar  39 37^
Crows Nest Pass Coal $ 2350 00
Deer Trail No. 2         na 2J6
Oiant         5 4&
Granby Consolidated .$300 oa $250 00
Homestake (Assess, paid)  2%
Iron Mask (Assess, paid)  2] 17
XXI,  15
King: (Oro Denoro)	
Lone Fine  U'A TA
Monte Christo         3 1*
Morning Glory          3X 2Y,
Morrison           -,'/, 2
Mountain Lion  31 2S
North Star (Kast Kootenay)  26 22
Novelty  I
Payne  30 25
PeoriaMlnea         1 A
Frincess Maud         4 iX
Q'lilp  36 33
Rambler-Cariboo (exKliv)  89 87
Republic 1 10
Rossland Bonanza G. M. & S. Co.
8t. icimo Conaolidated        3 i'A
Sullivan  10 8
Tamarac (Kenneth) Assess, paid.
Tom Thumb  23'A 22
Virginia         3 i'A
War Eagle Consolidated  12 10
Waterloo         2 1
WhiteBear           5 4
Winnipeg  ...         5 3
Wonderlul         4 2%
Latest Sales.
White Bear, 12,000, 5000, \\e,
7000, 5000, 44c; Rambler-Cariboo,
1000, 89c; Centre Star, 2000, 38c,
1000, 38^c; Black Tail, 5000, 12Jc;
Tom Thumb, 500, 23c; Mountain
Lion, 10,000, 29^c; War Eagle,
2000,123c.   Total, 41,500.
J L. Whitney & Co.
MINING  BROKERS.
B. 0. and Washington StockB a epeclalty
47 Columbia avenue,
Richard Plewman
Stock   Broker
RESIDENCE:   W. Columbia Ave.
Telephone 145.
IF YOU
WANT
FRESH
VEGETABLES
WE". HAVE
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I THE LEADING GROCERS
jj| Sole Agents EDEN BANK CREAMERY BUTTER.
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Hats, Caps, and Shoes to be Sold at
once at eastern wholesale prices and
less. Store Fixtures, Glass Show
Cases, etc. for sale. Also advantageous
lease of premises for disposal.
fl*33»»S**3»»»o»»»»»»»»»»-
J. Ha ROBINSON,
Next Door to New Post Office.
MINOR  MENTION.
The local stock sale3 and those
on the Toronto market today were
the heaviest for many months.
Gait Keefe of Marcus, Wash.,
has been in town on a few day's
visit. He left on tne noon train
for the south.
Fred Malcom received the sad
news this morning of the death of
his Bister Alice at Idaho Springs
Col. Mr. Malcom left on the noon
train to attend the funeral.
The Ladies Aid society of the
Methodist church will hold a
fancy sale in the Guelph block tomorrow. Lunch will be served in
the afternoon and evening.
Two children who died yesterday
were buried this morning in the
Catholic cemetery. One was a four
year old girl and the other a nine
year old boy, a son of the proprietor of the Florence hotel. This
makes a total of four deaths to date
from the Scarlet fever-meaBles epi
demic.
The newest designs in wallpaper at
one cent per roll and upward. Daniel &
Arthur, Columbia avenue.
A CABINET
MEETING
Rrief Session  Today—No
News Was Given
Out.
Le Roi
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
John F. Linbnrg, Prop.
Washington Ht., Op. Hoffman Houae
Best Turnouts—Only Cab in City
rhone-V. & N. 39, Columbia :
Postoffice Box 196.
London, April. 16.—The British
cabinet held another meeting today
for the purpose of considering a
communication from the Boer representatives, who are now in Pretoria, and a message from Lord
Milner, the British high commissioner in South Africa. The seBsion
was extremely brief.
Foresters Attention.
A meeting of members of the
Independent Order of ForeBters of
this city will be held on Friday
evo., the 18th inst. The place of
the meeting wiil be announced in
tomorrow's paperB. All members
of the local court and sojourning
brothers are invited to attend.
THE IRISH CAUSE
Redmond   at St   Louis—More Than
S300O Subscribed For the Cause.
St. Louis, Mo., April 16.—Five
thousand persons heard William
H. K. Redmond, member of the
British parliament, plead the
cause of the Irish at the Exposition
music hall last night. Mr. Redmond's address was a forceful
statement of conditions in Ireland
and a passionate plea for a cause
which he said is now about to be
won. The meeting closed by a
short address by former Congressman John P. Finerty of Chicago.
More than three thousand dollars
has been subscribed to the support
of the Irish cause as a result of Mr.
Redmond's visit to St. Louis.
FURTHER
ADVANCE
Price of All   Grain and
Flour Higher in the
United Kingdom.
London, April 16.—All the grain
and flour markets of the United
Kingdom further advanced prices
today. The price of flour was raised another shilling per sack. At
the Yarmouth grain market the
price of red wheat advanced aB
much as two shillings per quarter.
Furnished rooms at hard times prices,
hot and cold water bath included, at thc
Vreda    Gall and see them.
Certificate of Improvements.
"Nevada"' mineral claim Bituate in the
Trail Creek Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located—On Lake mountain
about two miles south of the city of
Rossland, and adjoining the mineral
claim, "A. B. C", l*)t 1772, Group I.
Take notice thai 1, H. B. Smith, acting
as agent for Joseph R. Miller, free miner's
certificate No. B55894, intend, sixty
dayB from the date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant for the above
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, mnst be commenced
before the issuance of euch Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of March, 1902.
H. B. SMITH.
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I BUTTE  HOTEL,
I    Templeton &. Crow, Props.     I
$1 PER DAY. |
Special Rates Given Miners
Miners' Buckets a Specialty.
I Firstclass Bar in connection
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Paulson Brothers,
GROCERS.
Eggs,
Eggs,
Eggs!
FRESH EVERY MORNING
PAULSON BROS.,
Washington St, and first Ave
WE ARE RETIRING FROM BUSINESS.
$50,000 STOCK
CONSISTING OF
Dry Goods,        Silks,
Clothing, Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Gents' Furnishings and
House Furnishing Goods,
Goods must be sold
out at less than
WHOLESALE PRICE
P£
GOODS ARE SOLD FOR CASH ONLY.
BRICK STORE FOR RENT,
Fixtures and Show Cases for Sale
ALL GOODS MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE
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Crescent Dry Goods
COMPANY, LTD.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*
Practical Lock ancl Gun-
eniilh,Key Fitting,Sew-
inf    Machines   and
Typewriters   Repaired.
i
Newest Effects i
Some men are hard to fit,
others are not so hard.
We are anxious that our
suits represent the hest of
the tailor's art. We are
ready for spring clothes,
are you. See our lateBt
water proof, reversible
cloth, combined overcoat
and waterproof, only $.'!0.
Guaranteed to shed rain,
Taylor & McQuarrie,
m 18 Columbia avenue. 1
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Rubber Balls,
Base Balls,
Toy Garden Sets,
LINTON BROTHERS
BOOK STORE.
niiton St., Op. Allan Hotel,
Sewing Machine Supplies
Musical Inetruments Repaired
on short notice.
ALL    WORK   GUARANTEED
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN THE WORLD
All Kinds  of
Dry Wood
J. O. BLEVINS
Office:    Simpson's
Grocery,  phone 68
Residence pbone 103
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EVERY STROKE COUNTS
K Record Day
For high-grade whiskey go to the International Liquor Store.
For Sale—Harness and spring
wagon. Apply at Lay ton's Secondhand Store. tf
tVesterday was our record
X*Day's Business Since Starting tip in
our Store in Rossland. We make things
fly every way. Our Prices are Always
the Lowest. We would like to help you
to realize the advantage of what we are
doing. We are right up-to-date in Styles
and Quality, and are able to furnish you
with just what you want.
McARTHUR & HARPER
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