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THE EVENING WORLD
V^Ut^y
Vol. I. No. j3,
ROSSLAND, B.C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1901.
ft Price Five Cents.
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WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
IMPORTER OF PRECIOUS STONES
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*   WATCH  REPAIRING
% A SPECIALTY
NEXT DOOR TO POT.T OrrlCE
ROSSLAND. B. C.
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y We have recently received a large consignment of _^
It Children's and Misses' Shoes %
Which wore flapped us by mistake, VVc arc going lo offer
them for the next Thirty Pays
at a big reduction to clear mil
ihe entire lot. Here are some
prices
Children's Fine Dongola p    .....
Shoes and Slippers...       Jp^"i   "1
Children's   Fine  1'eb-  ,__./-.   iii-.  Mi sseshoes(j        _,   ..,,
hie  Shoes    /J^   U]J   Misses'  Slippers ..*>1 •2„>  LlP
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CARPENTER AC
o,
KAre now carrying a large and complete line ol Kodaks anil hand cam-
erHH, and Amateur Photographers
Snpplii s at Toronto and New York
list prices. Why send away for
your goods when you can buy right
at home and save tie mail and express charges.
CARPENTER   & CO.
.iver Dominion.ExprSJs Office
V.&N.PHONEI7.
POSTOFFICE BOX 21.7
THE BRACKMAN-KERMILLING C0„Ltn.
— Dealers in —
Hay, Grain, Feed * Mill Stuffs
B. & K. Rolled Oats, Cereal Procucts,
Wheat, Whole Corn, Cracked Corn and
OrTZOTT'lcTID CO^InT yo^T-c^,,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
JOHN PHILLIPS
Builder and Contractor.
Office and Shop in ihe Imperial Block.
Telephone 126.   Jobbing a Specialty
Residence Wonte CbrlaUa8t., irt houte at.uili ul
Hapii-a Church
O. M. Fox & Co.
Grocers,
Teas and Coffees.   Crockery and Glassware.
c"Sl';;,S:ut' Rossland
iniiis
Mrs. 10...
Mor**. t'ru
prittreM
I! EST MBAL8 INTO'VN.
VIEWS	
Rossland   j
Photos at    {
. Linton Bros.
J BOOK    STORE,
No. 36 Columbia Avenue.
CITY-BAKSRY,
A. T. BENNY, I'Pol'RIETDR
FANCY   PASTRY
AND
WEDWNU
CAKE'S   ^ S.eclaUy
Auii^orii, liir. Cii.t x J)-j.tui
luleroutiooal LudcIi Counter,
IW. H. WALTON.
Pest   Meals  in Ihe city.   Bliort orUem, tint 01
cold lunches.     Regular mealsi   Rvevy dell-
ihe market affords.
SEE   OUR
New Spring Goods,
They are Beauties.
Nothing Cheap
About them
But the Price
The largest Stock in the
City to Select from.
HEARD&SHOULT
WEST END TAItORS,
Columbia Ave.      Next door to Kmpey's
Carpet Cleaning
Works.
Carpets taken up. cleaned and
relaid, Awnings made tu
order.       Phone 221. ■
J. H. HONEY
STOCK  MARKETS
Centra   Star  and   Home-
stake Higher.
AMERICAN BOY IS ACTIVE
S|iukaiifi Mnrknt  faslf>rn antl local Quotations and Sales
This Morning.
The feature of ihe Spokane mirkct is
tlie demand for American Boy. Shipments of aboul. 200 tons per month have
been kept up all winter, ami Ihe ore lias
netted from $7? lo $80 and work is be-
ing Industriously pushed. Sales of stoek
on the exchange yesterday were made nl
6>i cents and there was a market for all
that WHS Offered at Ihe priee.
Eastern and local ill irkets were unchanged in tone, there belli, no radical
change in the prices quoted exiept Centre Star and llomeslike, which are bolh
up a point.
Today's Toronto Quotations.
Asked Bid
War Eagle        23 19
Centre Star        35 30
IronMask        33 22
Kambler-Cariboo....       27J. 25
(iiant  4J_ 3>i
California  4'. 3>_
Evening Star         6 2|.;
Krpublic         15 21
Payne        33 28
Todays Local Quotations:
Asked Dial
Athabasca J *t °°
B.C. Gold I'ielals        3
Big Three        2\a\ t
Black Toll       m • ti',2
Brandon t* Golaleti down        ,s 4
California         s!*a 3K
Canadian Gold I-ields       5 5
Cariboo (Camp McKiuney)      42 39
Centre star      33 32Y1
Crows Nest Pass Cool.... }S;i 00   *So 00
lieer Trail No. 2         3 2
Dil ri'Uf             15
levelling Star (Assess, paid)         4 2
(Stout        3Y. •   %Va
Hoiheatake(Aaaeaa, paid)       n'- i"1
Iron Ma-V (ASHeso.paid)        .vi 21
Iron Coll .*        i'.<
I X   1  3"
[ridlau Chlcl'(Splt.ee)  7J< 3
jumlio  id
King (Oro llctioru)  4I4 3
Ktiuh lllll :  (.1 50
I...11.- Piiii-  7'/i S'/<-
Monti* CIlliatQ  3 l1-:
Montreal Gold Vlelds.'  3% 2
Morrison  4 i
Uouril.iin 1,1011  35
Noble Hive  7 4
North Star (Kast Kootenay)  70 ....
Novelty  1); '       !.
old Jiufisiiles        85 75
i-avne        30 aj
Peoria Mlnea        1%
Prlncen Maud        Ai       i!;
auiip     ■■■'!    ">'.
Rambler-CariDoo       -<> 24
Ucjiul'he    ■        j.-1.. 1.,
'.I Blnio Consolidated  .s 3)i
Sullivan »  ..       g 6!,
ramarac (Kenneth) Atasess. palal.       -, 4
Tom Thumb       n«
Pan Anda -',
v. Irglnla 1 1 '.*,
War Kagle Consolidated       21 20
IV'alerloo         2'. 1
iVhite Ileal         2 1
Winnipeg.           5)5 31:
Today's Sales:
(tiant, 10)0.11)00, :!',.: Tmnarae, 500,
■h ; l.'entie Star, 500, 600, 35011, 33c,
1- nil,:;:'.'..r; CarihoorOainp Mc-Klnney,
llllHI, 41c;  Mi stake,   lnOll,   lie,  3500,
10'.,.-; War Eagle, 21KI0, 33c, 1000,
20lve; Rambler-Oariboo, 2000, 25J_C|
Watei loo, 5000, l'4c; Mornlnf; (.llor>,
2011(1, I1.,.-.   Total sales, 25,500 sharer.
Our Stock of Hiita and Qa|iu is lurgei
and beller assorttd llii*: reason than
ever belore and Include, wool fells, fine
fur fells, straw?, Poplins, crash tweed
and Berges, from the foremost Canadian,
English a,nd American inajiufac'turers,
We have no roum to ipiote prices, bill
we have made deep cuts for this week,
at J'. II. Robinson's, Columbia avenue.
Miners' yon need not loose a shift lo
get your cheque cashed, 'the Bank i:
alwavs oncn nt the Hoffman  Mouse.
Pure, ready mixed paints, fi per gal
Ion. Daniels & Chambers. 'Phone V
& N., 18a, tf
Men's and Boys Shoes at cost, a
Empty's cash sale. 2-t
J L. Whitney & Co.
MINING   BROKERS.
B. C. aud Washington Stocks a specialty
47 Columbia avenue.
Id. Ly.
Tlie Rcililin-Jacbii Co,,L
ESTABLISHED 1895
STOCK BROKERS
Mune) Loaned on Real Estate at 12 per
annum on monthly payments.
Richard  Plewman
Stock   Broker,
Bank of Montreal Bnildincr
V. & N. Phone 82
CITY COUNCIL.
Short  Session    Last   Night--Bylaws
Passed-.-Other Notes.
There was'a twenty minnlei-' ses:ion
ol the city council last evening and beyond Die usual reports aud Ihe dual
passing of three bylaws nothing of im-
poilance «as done. Disbursements
totalling $1056.87 were authorized, in-
liuling streets' pay rolls $116. Painting
lire ball, $200, and $605.00 for Ihe War
Eagle team of hays purchased for Ihe
lire department.
The two bylaws authorizing Ihe raising
by debentures of 150,000 for the extension of the water works and sewerage
system respectively, were finalty read
and will be voted on by the rat- payers
on Tuesday, May 28th. The King bylaw will als 1 be vtted on at Ihe same
time.
The second reading ol tbe tas pale bylaw was postponed until June Hth.
We have the best assortment of wall
papers, and lowest prices in British Columbia. Daniels. & Chambers. 'Phone
V. at N., 182. if
A DOUBLE
TRADEGY
ALBANY  STRIKE
Father and Son End Their Lives at
Tacoma, Washington, Early
This Morning,
Tacoma, May 15.—John Fay,
employed by llio Seattle Bridge
company reprimanded his 15 year
old boy for soma trivial offence,
this wounded the boy's feelings so
deeply that, he stole out of the
room secured a gun and shot
himself in the head. Hearing the
report the father hastened to the
scene and seeing his son writhing
in Ihe agony of death, he picked np
the weapon and blew his brains
oul.
I'AV DAY.
Miners', all Banks close at 1 o'clock,
exiept the "Hoffman. House Bank,"
which is open day and night to cash
miners' Cheqius free ot charge. You
know Ihe old stand.
Race Around the World
New York, May 16.—An interesting race around the world has
been arranged by IwolVeneh newspapers, Ihe Matin and the Journal. The Matin man will go
around the world by way of si.
Petersburg, across Siberia by
Vlndivistoek, .Japan and Now
York. The other will make Ihe
trip in Ihe opposite direction and
will reach New York about May
31st. Fifty days is the time
named.
Men's While Shirls, best brands,
regular $1, $1 25, $1.50 and $1.75. This
week 511c, 751- ,$1 and 1.25, at J. II. Hob-
insou'.H, (lolnmbta avenue.
Morgan's Movement."
No Further   Attempt
Run the Cars.
to
TROOPS ARE CALLED OUT
Over   Two Thousand Soldiers
Duty—Further Trouble Expected Today.
on
Albany, May 15.--The Traction
strilco was productive of no serious
disorder during the night. Nn
further effort was made to operate
cars or repair the lines. A strong
effort was made during the night
to bring about a settlement but it
failed. Three companies of the
tenth battalion were dispatched
from tile Washington avenue armory about midnight.
The first detachment of the 2.'Jd
infantry of Brooklyn, 400 strong
arrived here at 7:45 o'clock this
morning. Tho entire regiment including one thousand men from
Troy, Cohoes,Hoosac Falls, Schenectady and Saratoga, have been
ordered to report in this city this
afternoon. This will make the total military strength about   2200.
The crowds assembled 011 either
side of the barn,[offered no resistance and fell back when the
troops swept swept down on them
at 10 o'clock this morning. A
zone of four blocks was cleared
and a now picket line established
at its outer edges.
The railroad tracks on the bridge
crossing ihe Potsenkill at fourth
street were torn up during last night
and tbe rails thrown into the creek.
This act was the work of hoodlums
and is severely condemned by the
strikers.
The prevailing sentiment in Ibis
city appears lo be adverse Id Ihe
Traction Company.
centime. Another said it would
Hot matter what China said and
that whatever the powers should
deside upon would have to be
agreed to eventually. A third expressed himself as satisfied that a
majority of the powers would agree
to the demands in accordance with
China's ability to pay.
WILL GREET
THE PRESIDENT
Mayor Lalonde and Others Will Go
to Spokane on the 28th of
This Month.
Hossland, the metropolis of eastern
British Columbia, lias decided to join
with the citizens of Spokane in honoring
our president and welcoming him to the
Inland Empire, says tbe Spokesman:
Mayor Lalonde nominated Hon. C. II.
Mackintosh, J. S. C. I-'raser, J. M.
Smith, A. H McNeill and J. U. Johnson
of Rossland to act on the general committee at Spokane whi:h will have
charge ol the official welcome to President McKinley during his visit on the
28th.
All the party including the mayor will
probably go lo Spokane, and it is likely
that a number o! olher people from
Kosslaml will also attend.
Kaslo will send a deputation also.
Won't Have Italians.
Sydney, B. C, May 15.—About thirty
Italians left .Sydney on Saturday lor
Lake Ainsley to work for Mackenzie ai
Mann on the Inverness & Richmond
railway. When they arrived they were
met by a force of English laborers Who
drove them back with picks and shovels.
The Italians were forced to return here.
Two down Children's Leghorn Huts,
rimmed nicely with dowers and mull,
for the 15th and l6lh only. Jl each at
Eagles'. tl
Coal Mine Explosion.
Yon can get a Swell Trimmed I[at for
*S at Eagles'. tf
Steamer Explosion.
Evansville, I111I , May 15.-The steamer
(Jwensboro blew up this morning near
Calboun, Kv. Il in believed the entire
crew perished,
Fairmont, \V. Va., May Is.—An explosion occurred at Georges Lreek Coul
and Iron company's shaft today. Nine
men are reported killed.
Children's Trimmed Leghorn Hats $1
each, at Eagles'. tf
II you have a room to paper ora house
to paint get estiniales lrom Uaniels at
Chambers.   Theme V. & N., 182.     tl'
May Stop in 'Frisco.
San Francisco, Muy I5— President
McKinley may remain here some weeks,
until Mrs. McKinley is hilly recovered
Irom her illness.
C. T. H. President.
I    Trimmed   Hals   greatly   reduced,   at
New   York.    May    15.—Sir    Charles j E9r!U'5-  2"'
Rivers-Wilson, president of the-Grand a Bin ttiam
flunk railway arrived ou Oceanic loday. i A BIG rinE
President's Trip Ended.
London, May 15.—Mr. J. Pier-
pont Morgan started for Paris this
morning. At his linn's London
house it is staled that 1100110 there
has any definite information
as to Mr. Morgan's fuluro movements.
American Neckwear. Regular make?,
15c and 4nc lines, this week four for fi'
at .1. H. Robinsun's, Columbia avenue.
A Foroer's Crime.
London, May 16. -Fry and
Everett convicted of defrauding
Barclay & Co., of S.'j.Oflll by forging documents representing large
shipments of gold ore which nivor
existed, were sentenced today 10
live years imprisonment.
San Francisco, May 15, 4 p.m.—Mrs.
McKinley's serious illness liasi:onipel!eil
Ihe president to abandon his visit to
other State?. As soon as Mrs. McKinley's health shall permit he will return to Washington direct.
Wanted.
Old rubber boolB and shoes, old brass
and copper. Send at once lo Richard
Altnian, Washington street, opposite
Allan hotel. sT.    _. M
Ladies' Trimmed   If.ils    reduced   at
Eagles.      • 2-t
Get Your Papars
and magazines ut the Postjttke News
Stand. A full line of stationerv always
on hand. Agency for the Evening
Wonu).
CHINA   MUST   PAY.
Offer of *ho Govenment Considered
Absurd and Insolent.
Pekin, May 15. The foreign
ministers refused 10 allow themselves to be quoted for publication
regarding the Chim su government's
answer to the indemnity demand,
but three of them gave expression
to their personal views on the
matter. One of these said he had
never expected the Chinese In
agree to demands without lighting,
even had the (otal been only ten
millions. He considered (he Chinese oiler of fifteen million fuels
annually for. thirty years absurd
aud ridiculous and thought the
request that seven million be given
them Irom the foreign customs bordered Upon insolence. The powers,
he believed would make a mistake
if they  did not exact the utmost
Large Building Burnt to the Ground,
Loss S25.000.
This would not have happened if the
' building had   been  lighted   hy electric
: lights. Besides coal oil is costly, and there
is Ihe trouble   of   filling   lamps,  taking
I rare of wil ks antl the breakage ol chim
j neys.   Electric light reduces thc cost of
your insurance, lessens the danger lrom
lire and adds to the comforts of the store
and home.   Electric power supplied lor
, miniii).'   and   manufacturing  purposes.
' Motors for rent or sale.' Estimates furnished for  wiring   and   lighting.    King
up  'phone  67.     Roislfliic1   •"«■■"  and
] Light company.
Lot for Saie
An excellent residence corner for $250.
Easy terms, $25 down, fiO per month.
Apply,   I'.  A.   Newton,   I36  Columbia
avenue.
Call up Collis .* Co., 'phone 88, lor
first-class job-printing.
NOTICE.
A strike has been declared on
the Smuggler-Union Mines against
the Contract System and all miners
and others are requested to stay
away from here until this trouble
is settled.
10 to 1 Miners' Union.
V. St. John, President.
O, M. Carpenter, See.-Treas.
Teilurido,   Colo., May 1,1901, \t>:
jgfggmmm
rASntMifi-rmttmrtt^tiHisiirnltV^^^^
tux $M\M wdktft k&sdLAMJ, i, e„ mav, \, [&§]
iii.
The Evening World
By the Worlal Publlnlilug Company.
Published dally in Miners' Union hnll, Ross
hand, in the interest oforganlzed labor iu British
Columbia.
Kntered at tlie Kosslaml. Jl. C. postoffice for
transmission through the mails,May 1,1901, us
second clans reading matter,
SUBSCRIPTION RATHS—WH-V cents per
mouth or Isooyear, Invariable In ualvance, Ad-
\ertlsln*r ;ratns made  known oaa   ujaplicalii.ti.
_ , 1—, ~0	
Address all communications to James II.
.'letcher, Manager, P O. box 558, Rossland, B. C
PAY DAV.
This is pay day in Rosslaud and
there is consequent rejoicing in the
camp, as about §200,000 will be
disbursed among the wage earners
in the city. ' The situation today
stands out in marked contrast with
the outlook at thfs date las| year
and there is good cause for congratulation on the improved condition of affairs all around.
The advertising public has taken
possession of the World's columns today and we have been compelled to condense our news items
more than usual:
We ask our subscribers and supporters to scan the advertisements
appearing iu this issue before they
go shopping. It is a thoroughly
good maxim to support those who
snpport your own paper, and the
World is the accredited newspaper
of organized labor in  these   parts.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
for now, is another story. The
rich ore is on] exhibition" behind a
plate glass window in«Seattle and
is attracting enormous crowds.
Pee prices at Empey's before  you buy
your hats, 2-t
The Industrial World at Rossland is now issued us a daily. The
World is a good representative
of the laboring classes, and the
miners of tlie Kootenays should
give it thcii- liberal patronage, as
the expenses of conducting a daily
paper are many.—Moyie Leader.
Tlie Kingston Whig says "There
is loo much of the oracle aboul
the Toronto Telegram—too much
of the know-able and doginastic
spirit. If you accept its talk ns
gospel, it represents the one sleepless sentinel lhal is watching the
crossroads for monopolists, with
the sandbag lhal hurts and the
kuife that kills.'' There are others
of the same clans iu British Columbia.
Sessious of the royal commission
t) enquire into the subject of
Chinese and Japanese immigration
.into British Columbia will be held
at Ashcroft, Kamloops and Revol-
stoke, at the conclusion of the sitting in tht New Westminister,
probably about the end of this
week.
While condemning the use of
Chinese labor, Mr. Mat-pole said
recently before the Chinese commission that he employed a Jap, a
Chinaman and two Irishmen, as domestics and they all got
along amicably, fcfe had tried fo
get white girls, hut they married
oft' immediately. While girls
could not be got in the east, Cooks
were in demand in Toronto today,
and people there were inquiring,
after Chinese servants, This may
be so in a measure but if tho right
steps wore taken white help from
the east could be obtained all right.
Willirm Ogilvie, late commissioner of the Canadian Yukon territory, estimates that the present
seasons output from the Kloukyke
and Indian river districts will swell
the total to that date to about
$70,000,00 and adds that the'region
is not half worked out.
BY-LAW NO	
Being a by-law o[ the corporation of
the City of Kossland to raise hy way of
debentures the sum ol twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) 16 exleud tbe pies*
ent city waler works system und to repair and reconstruct same.
Whereat, for the purpose of extending the pretent city water works system
by taking waler from Rock Creek in the
district of Kootenay and bar the purpose
of repairing ami reconstructing said system, it is deemed expedient to I'd se, hy
way of debentures, « loan of $20,000, repayable on ihe 3(1 h day ol June, A. D.
HI2r>, with interest in the meantime payable yearly al live (5) per centum per
aiinuin, Buch h an whin lalsed to be applied for Ihe purpose aforesaid:
Whereas, lite lolal debenture debt of
said city is J227.000 and the lolal debt of
said city, including eaid debenture debt,
is $260,000:
Wbeieas, the amount of tbe whole
ratnhltj land and improved real property, according to the lust revised assessment roll, is $1,000,7*10:
And whereas, fur the payment of said
debentures, sinking fund and interest, it
will be necessary to raipe the sum of
$1,0:15.75 by a special rate in each and
every year:
And whereas, for' the purpose nf raisin,; Ihe eaid yearly sum of $1,035.75 an
equal spicial rate on the dollar will be
required:
And whereas, this by-law shall not be
allured or repealed except with the consent of tbe Lieutenant-Governor in-
Council:
Now, iberelore, The municipal conned
of the corporation of the City of Itoseland
in ouen meeting assembled enacts as
follows:
For the purpose of extending the present city water works system by taking
water from Rock Creek in tbe district 01
lvoitemty and for the purpose of repair-
ingand reconstructing eaid system, it
shall be lawful for the Mayor ol the said
Cily of Rossland to raise, by way of loan,
from any person or person ,b. dy or b dies
co'porate, who may be willing to advance
1 he eatne on the credit of the debentures
hereinafter mentioned, the sum of $25,-
000 and cause the same to be paid into
the bands of the City Treasurer of tbe
eaid City of Rossland, for the purpose
aforesaid, and wilh the object hereinbefore recited.
It shall be lawful for the Mayor to
cause any number of debentures to be
made, uot exceeding in the whole the
sum of $25,000 for such sum of money,
not le:s than $100 each or an equivalent
a-xpresaed in pounds sterling if the
United Kingdom of Great liiitain and
Ireland, at a value of $4 8(1 to the tound
sterling, as may be required; and all
such debentures shall be sealed with the
seal ol the corporation of the City of
Rossland, and thai! be signed by ilia
Mayor ol said city.
The Mid debentures shall be nude
payable in twenty-live yeais from thc
date herein mentioned lor this by law to
lake effect, al ihe flank of l!ritl-b North
America in the C-.tyof Rosslnnd.
Tbe said debentures shall have coupons attached for ihe payment of inter*
esl, and shall bear interest at the rale oi
live (5) per centum per annum bom Ihe
dale thereof, and said interest shull be
payable yetiny on tha 30th day of dune
in "each and every year, at the place
where said debentures are payable as
aforesaid,
A special rate on the dollar shall be
levied anal raised in each and every
year, in addition to all oilier ratee, on all
ratable property of the city, sufficient to
imy interest and create a sinking lund
lor Ihe payment ol tbe debt hereby ere-
atad hi and when tbe Bame shall bei:ome
due.
The sum of $1,250, shall be raised
annually lor the payment of the interest
on the amount of ihe debt incurred during the currently of Ihe debentures hereby, authorized to be issued.
The sum of $1)85.75 shall be raised annually for the payment of the debt hereby incurred.
It shall be lawful for tbe corporation,
from time to lime 10 purchase any ol
the said debentures at such price or
prices as may be mutually agreed upon,
and all debentures so purchaBed shall
forthwith be cancelled, and no re-issue
of any debenture or debentures shall be
made in conseipience ol any such repurchase.
This by-law shall t:ke effect and
i.-ome into force ou tne 30th day ol June,
A. D. 1901.
Bone and parsed in open council this
Mill day of May, A. D. 1«01.
NOTICE^
Take notice, that the above ia a true
a-opy of the proposed by law up in which
the vote of the municipality will be
taken at
Reilly .t Buseh's store, Columbia avenue, for Ward I
Orde at Co.'s oflice, Columbia avenue,
for Ward II
City Offices, Cilumbia avenue, for
Ward III
on Tuesday the 28th day of May,  A. D.
1901, from 8 o'clock a.m. to 4 o'clock p.m.
Wm. McQi-hkn,
City Clerk.
RlchOie.
$3,800 in one shot is the record
made by the I'lanla Gold mine on
Texada Island. This ore is fabulously rich, and has been estimated
by several experts to contain from
$3,800 to 84,000 iu gold, aud would
ruu about $40,000 to the ton. Immediately after the first nhot was
fired the property was offered for
1,000.    What it could be bought I
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ACCIDENT
May not be-serious enough to
demand a doctor's attention or
even call for drugs or medicines,
but some sort ol lira luent will be
beneiicial. Morrow's Rheumatic Liniment will give instant relief. No family should
be  without  a bottle.     Sold at
T. R. MORROWS
DRUG STORE.
Geo. Agnew & Co. THOS. EMBLETON
We are here to stay.   Place your
account witn us where you will be
Treated Square and Save Money
AGNEW & CO.3
GROCERS
Washington St  auil Tllltal Ave. V.& N. pliaine lol
Aim
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THE    HEALTHFUL   HOWIE.
We have every requisite for healih "r beauty
IhHt Is curried by nny first, elites (truggisl—all
Oioagsootnlug and helpful remedies for ihe Infirm; ns well us Ihe toilet heceitfltiqA ami lit* <lth
requisites lbr the baby. Tlie housekeeper will
And here nil those useful necretR of sttcceKgfu]
housekeeping, especially required lit the spring
ami ftill housed!eanIng.
The Rossland Drug Co,,
Tinders Hlock, Qmen andJCol.imlwt avenue
The GRAND UNION HOTEL it is easily seen,
Is splendidly run by Proprietor Green;
Buy one glass of beer and a
free lunch yotrll get,
Such as sometimes you've
heard ol but not often seen;
Neat and clean furnished
rooms can always be had
At such low prices as will make
the workingman glad.
2.coi. Ave.   Geo, H- Green, Prop.
Rossland Cigar Factory.
the Wesl, Le Roi avenue Grocer,
KEEPS    EVERYTHING
THE MINER WANTS TO EAT
Funcy anil Staple Groceries and
Provisions nt lowest f rices.    Goods  delivered to any part of Ihe eily.
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Are now locatrrl in their
New (Junrters, corner of
l-'irst avenue and Washington street, nnd will he
pleased lo see all their
Customers, both old and
new.
I Paulson  Bros. |
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Why not patronize a homo industry? It will nwsist Union labor
and ke«p the money at home. Ask
lor a Crown Grant or W. I!. Cigar
when you buy.
The Largest
and best bottle of
Sewing Machine
Oi) for 25 cents at
Taylor & McQuarrie
TAILORS
18 Columbia avenue
H. W. SIMPSON,
—Dealer in—
Groceries, Flour,
Provisions, I lay,
Grain and Mill Feed.
Second avenue.
V. & N. Phono f-8
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undivided    Profits $427,180,
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HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL.      Jj}
lit. Hon.  Lord  Strathcona and Mount.  Riy.il,   (I. IJ. M. O., Prevalent,   '.*.
Hun. u. A. Drummond, Vice*Pres.    I£,S. Cloitston, Geo. Man.        \v
SAVINGS   HANK   DEPARTMENT
yff   A Savings Bank Department in connection with this hranch has   been
opened.    Interest at current, rale.
SAFETY   DEPOSIT   VAULTS
Kent of Boxes from $7.5'» to $30 per annum.
J. S. C. FRASER, Manager Rossland Branch.
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iwith which Is Incorporated the '
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
HEAD   OFTICE,  TORONTO
ll     CAPITAL #8,000,000   REST. $2,000,000
0W Hon. Geo. A. Cox, President. B ,K. Walker, Manager.
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A SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
Has been opened ill connection with the Rostiland Branch.   Deposits ta-x
0\   will he received from St upwards and interest allowed  thereon  at the *■_,
J*   current rale,    Drafls, letters'of credit, elc, issued on  all  points, and Jc
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i-cncr.il li.tiakiir- business transacted,
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HENRY F. MYTTON. 3C
Manager.' Rossland Branch     **
Just received, in 14, 20 and 2S por.nd tins,
also one pound bricks, in Jersey, Government Creamery and Hazelwood. Freshest
Eggs in the city.
MORRISON &BRYENT0N
124 E. Columbia Ave
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P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke,Green-
wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL  MARKETS -kosslaml, Trail,  Nelson,  Ymir,  Kaslo,
Sandon, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, Grand Korks,
Greenwood,  Phoenix,  Midway, Camp   McKinney,
Revelstoke,  Ferguson  and  Vancouver.
Fish,   Game and   Poultry In Season,  Sausages of  All  Kinds.
WM. DONALD, Manager Rossland Branch
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Hardware, Miners' Supplies, Stoves,
Ranges, Etc., Etc.
\    The Royal Bank of Canada,    |
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INCORPORATED   1869
HE-AD OFFICE,
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP,   -
RESERVE FUND,   -   -
H-ALIFAX, N. S.
$3,000,000
$2,000,o00    \
$1,700,000    i ■
•   -   President
Vice-Presidont-
lion. David Mar.keen
(DIRECTORS
Thnmas E.K-nr.v, t'.-'J. -   -   -   -
Thomas Bitclne, l-ii|	
Wiley Smith, Esq. li. G. Biiuhl, Ei>q.
GENERAL MANAGER
EDSON ti. PEASE,     (ollice of the Gen. Manager)   -       MONTREAL
SECRETARY AND SUPERINTENDENT OF BRANCHE8
W. B. TORRANCE, HALIFAX
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zz Savings Bank Department in Connection with the
^ ROSSLAND BRANCH.
ST. • JOHN M. SMITH, Manager
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jj erty for Sale. y
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Jf? Those wishing to buy desirable lots -5
Jj in any   of tho Eailway Additions, or ly
ft acreage near ; the  city, j Garden Lands, ft
ft Fruit Farms, Chicken Ranches, Etc., ai'e ft
ft requested to call at our City Office,   fa ft
ft We have ;some fine  residence lots ft
Ay which we offer at prices and terms none ?;
ft can object to. ^ -^ \< Come and let us m
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| Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway, jj
a\ Cor. Third avenue anal Washington Si, Opp, Red ,Mt. Ry. ley
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BRITISH NORTH AMERICA,
ESTABLISHED. 1830
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER.
CAPITAL
£ I .OOO,OOO-S5.866.660,
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RESERVE FUND,
£350 000-$ 1.703,333.33
HEAD   OFFICE,   - LONDON,   ENG,
H. STIKEMAN, GENERAL lVtANAUl-.lt, MoNTItFAL
J. EL.MSLY,   lNSI'1-XTOR,  MONTliKAl..
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SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT
In connect on with the  Rossland  Branch  has  been
opened.     Interest at current rate.
j. anderson,
Manager Rossland branch
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WOOD
ceive prompt attention,
part of the city.
Washington Street,
Opposite Bank of Montreal
I have tak^n'over the control ol tlie Red Star Tr,ins •
fer Company's wood business and orders left wilh
me at Ihe old stand on  Washington etreet will re
Well seasoned wcod of all kinds delivered to any
W. F. LINGLE. r.WA,itnttrA^HH--:'tirC'ttr-'
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tliii iiVlMNU Woklb, uussLAfoiJ, b. c, Mav i, i_$j
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To Remodel Shamrock II.
Southampton, May 15.—Designer Watson has reached the conclusion that the hull of the Shamrock
II, is susceptible of improvements
and there is reason to believe that.
alterations are about to lie made
amounting practically to the remodelling of portions of the boat.
Preparations at the dock where
the challenger will be placed indicate radical changes not connected
With the spars and canvas which
have been blamed hitherto for the
boat's shortcoming. A huge gang
of platers and rivilers who assisted
in building the yacht has been
summoned from Dunharton by
telegraph. These men will arrive
today and will work day and
night.
clean galena ore in a ledge va'rylngjfrom
six to ten (eet in width. Dnrinu the
winter the locators run a 50 foot crosscut tunnel, gaining a depth of 60 leet,
and finding 30 inches of solid ore and
three feet 0! concentrates.
Just received a new consignment ol
wall papers, Latest styles. Daniels &
•Chambers.    'Phone V. ai N., 182.     tt
The rush at Einpey'a is the talk ol the
town.   2-t
Empey'sgive you   what they advertise        . 21 •
RIFLE ASSOCIATION
Two Teams Will be Entered for tho
Dominion Competition-
Mr. William Harp was elected captain of tlie Uossland KiHe as oeiatiou at
the recent meeting presided over by
Mayor Lalonde. All inlendinu members
thould see the secretary, 0. P. Eagles,
at once and B'gn the rull. A wire will be
sent, to Ottawa joining the Dominion
League, and entering two tennis for (he
season^' competition as soon an suHicicut
signatures have been  affixed to Ihe roll.
Before purchasiug elsewhere call and
see our stock of wall paperB and paint?.
Daniels & Chambers, near Empey .Bros
THE   RACES,
Spring Meeting
at the
Hoffman House
Entries close May 24th at
8 p. in.
Fifty well furnished Rooms
Miners' checks cashed  free
at all hours.
Harrv Mclntesh. Prop,
RoBsland's Greatest Cash Sale,
pey's.	
POLICE COURT.
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A Small Docket   McLean  Committed
For Trial at the Assizes.
Before the police magistrate Yesterday morning William Corkhill pleaded
guilty to the charge of gambling and
was lined $20, or one mouth's Imprisonment. Hurry Keirns was remanded
until the 17th, to sober up.
In the McLean cuse, in which the prisoner is charged with a very grave
ch.iiye. The magistrate after hearing
t'ie evidence for the prosecution committed thc accused 10 stand his trial at the
next Nelson assizes, or before the county
court judge.   No bid   was   offered and
McLean will remain in Jail until his cast-
is (lispose-l of.
V. Si N. Tel.
III. P.O. bux
Baij. Office ....
aotl Yurda—
Third Ave-
tuia'HnilWaslt
111 a;I.ni street
Oji. Red ML
Depot ,...
A new shipment o{  Ladies.' Trimmed
Hals arrived today at Eagle', tf
A Nominal Defendant.
According to a dispatch from Montreal, Kossland's Chief of Police is being
Bued iu that city for damages on an action
tor forced illegal arrest. The chief is
only a nominal defendant in the case, he
having meiely carried out the instructions issued by his superior officer.
Men's Heavy Siotcli Knit Underwear,
all wool, worth $_-.;> per suit, this week
$1.50. Men's heavy cotton summer
Underwear reduced to 5011 and $1 per
suit. A lot ol odd Undershirts 50c to
clear, nt J. II. Robinson's, Columbia
avenue.
Peterborough Strike.
Late last fall a location was made on
No. 2 creek, near l'eterohorough, East
Kootenay, The surfgee for 500 feet
shi.wed Trom   six  inches to two leet of
We have got whet you haveb.cn looking for fir in the latest styles of cloths
We guarantee a good fit. Everything
Qrst-class. If you come once you will
come again.   McMillen, the Tailor,   tf
PORTO RICO
LUMBER CO.
X.XOvLI'TEXI
Rough antl Dressed
-Lumber.Shingles,
Mouldings and A'-l
White Pine Lumber Always in Stock
Mill at Porto Rico siding. Yards at
Kcsslanal anil Nelson, llcn'al office nt Nelson, 11. C. We carry a eolnjilete stock of
C'nast Flooring, Ceiling, Insiile l'tiiisli.
Ttintedworlc, Bosliesand Doors. Sjiecial
oraler Work will icceive prompt attention
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Will Resume Work.
At a meeting of the dir. dors Inst
night it was decided to at once resume
work on the RossUud Bonanza. The
sale of 40,000 shares of treasury Et-;ck ut
ic was authorized.
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I LOOK HERE!
J>      Talk   about getting   a   Good
J Meal, just try one at tue
St. Charles Hotel
Everything comfortable nt the
St. Charles. C.ooU music in the
evening free, (loocl Wine,Whisky
and ClgftrsJor money	
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Columbia
Avenue
Rossland,
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maaa*W«>J^>JM^-M-*. 111 f '
V.&N.
Telephone
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Columbia Transfer Company
Clio. FUNK, Mgr,
Tlie only Transfer or Kxpress company
in Kossland that avill deliver yonr trunks
for  s   etach.    Three days storage free.
offick Queen Cigar Stoce «■«■«'«
Men's regular if |7 Salts this week $12.
Regular jtlo Suits this week $7. Regular
ji j Suits-fio. Regular 512 Suits this
week $8. Other lines reduced to $3.50
and #4 per Suit, at J. H. Robinson's, Columbia avenue.
Ladies'   Cor.cti away  be'ow cost nt
Eagles. 2-t
W. R. BEATTY,
UNDERTAKER,
OPEN DAY AND   NIGHT
TI'Xicl'HONR 53 and 53a
Washington Direct,     opposite Hunk of Moitiie.t
Something of Interest to You
And Your Friends, too. Just look this over, take your time, think
on what you read and remember where you are to ■ benefit by
it. You will save a few dollars by buying at our Store for
Cost Price.
MONEY   SAVED
IS MONEY MADE
200 Pairs Kid G-loves in Black, Tan, Gray and
Green, ware $1.50 and $1.75, your choice for     .   70c
Children's Cotton Vests Small Sizes, 4 for 25c
Children's Cotton Vests, Large Sizes, 3 for 25c
35c and 40c Cashmere Hose, now. 4 peir for $1
SEE   OUR   POSTERS POR PRICES
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Everything at Cost Price for Cash Only
Alhambra Hotel'
$1 a day and up.
Miners' Dinner Buckets a Specialty.
The best 25c meal in town.
The   Bar keeps only tbe IlcBt Goods.
The Strand
The most elegant and luxuriously
fitted bar in Canada. A line
line of the	
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
You want a   Label   Cigar and you want
the best?   If that is so, try our
High Grade
Union  Cigars
We also handle a fine line of Imported Cuban goods.
The Queen Cigar Store
. CROW & MORP.IS, Piops.
Columbia  Avenue.
Rossland Hotel
The British Columbian
Wholesale Liquor Co., Ltd.
Rossland and Greenwood
Agents for Pabst (Milwaukee,)
and Calgary Beers.
J.  Spell-
uiaii, Prop
Finest Whips, Liquor, and Cigars.
CENTRAL
MEAT  MARKET,
Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish Game,
t'oultrv and Oysters.
G.   W.   KERR,
Washington street and First ave.
War Eagle and Centre Star Stock are Good Investments
HUNTER  BROTHERS'
PHY  DAY SNAPS ARE FAR BETTER
HANAN SHOES,
The
Best -
Wearing
Shoe
On
Earth.
Are swell
Shapes nnd
Don't get
Out of
Form in
Wearing:
THE "ROYAL BRAND" CLOTHING
Scotch       j*
English       ^
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Tweeds      f
and
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j|j§k           COATS AND
'«raHi  '■     TROUSERS
<^frJIS   TW0 COATS
^W|P*W        IN ONE
Ull     \l        CRAVE-
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Worsteds    ^
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We are Sole Agents for this Line of Clothing.
Men's Neat Flannelette Shirts Worth 75c Special at 25c
Men's Summer Shoes $1.50
See Them
Fancy Stripe Merino, $1.10 per Suit
Shirts and Drawers
CASHMERE FOOT
Regular 35c per Pair
Four Pair for $1.00
TIES 40c
.....AtL SHAPES...
Regular 05c and 75c Values
Pure Cashmere, $2.50 per Suit   m
Shirts and Drawers
HBBMSDORFF
DYED BEACK COTTON SOX
Seven Pairs for $1.00
MEN'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENT THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, R. C, MAY 15. 1901
The Crescent ury i^oo
Importers of Fine Dry Goods, Silks Carpets
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Our Great 30 Day Cash Sale brings us new customers every day. The
large and varied stock to select from, and above all tlie Law Cash
Prices please every one. During this, the 3rd week of our great
sale, we offer the Tbest values in Carpets, Matting and Hugs ever
shown in this city.
m
Carpets
45c
50c
55c
S5c
95c
$ 1.00
60c English Tapestry Carpet
64c English Tapestry Carpets
75c Best English Tapestry
Carpet	
$1,09 Brussels Carpets   -
•#1.25 Brussels Carpets   -
$1.35 Axminster Carpets
/1.50 Velvet and Axminster
Carpets $'.25
Ingrain carpets
81.00 All-Wool Ingrain    -   -
CarpCts	
Sjc Super Ingrain Carpets
75c Ingrain Carpets    -    -
55c Ingrain Carpets   -    -
Jute Carpets 1 yard wide  i.fc & 20c
Lace Curtains
75c
65c
45c
IMPORTED DIRECT
75c Lace Curtains   -   -   -
■$ 1.00 Lace Curtains -   -   -
50c
7.i'c
#1.25 Lace Curtains - -    - 05c
■#2.50 Lace Curtains - - vfi.15
#2.00 Lace Curtains - -.   - •Jf'r.Jo
•#3.00 Lace Curtains - -   - #'2.25
■#V.oo Lace Curtains - -   - $3.00
Silks—Silks
Buy Now and Save Money.
#1.00 Taffeta Silks' - - - 75c
.S5C Taffeta Silks --.-'• 65c
85c Black Satins - - - - 65c
$1.00 Black Satins - - - - 75c
$1.2-*; Black Satins - - - - 95c
Colored Satins Worth 8_rq and
$1.00; to close out at   -   -     50c
Silk Shirt Waists
This seasons latest and most fashionable Waist at sale prices.
$5.00 Silk Waists - - - - $3.75
$6.00 Silk Waists - - - - 4.50
#8.00 Silk Waists - - - - 6.00
$ 10.00 Silk Waists   -   -   -       7.50
Table Linens
Take advantage of out* sale price
on Linens and Towels; we can
save yoif money.
Dress Goods
The sterling values offered in
this department brings the crowds
our way. Our 50c line of Dress
Goods are wonders.
40c Dress Goods
•70c Dress Goods
7 -,'c I )ress Goods.
•Jf i.oo Dress Goods
Remnants of Dress Goods, Si
and Velvets at half price.
Wash   Dress   Goods,   a"
This   seasons  latest    at
cenf. off.
Ladies Dress Skirts; special values this week at $2.7-;, $3.40, $3.85
and -t-4.2./.
25c
50c
6-jc
new.
per
Muslin  Under wear
Everyone is raking advantage of
our great sale in Muslin Under-:
wear; the largest slock and the
lowest prices in town.
75c Night Gowns - - 60c
^fi.00 Night Gowns - - 75c
■if 1.25 Night Gowns - - 95c
$1.50 Night Gowns - - $1.15
82 00 Night (/owns - - - 1.50
ftf.oo Skirts - - - 75c
8/.25 Skirts       ... 05c
«/.-,-(. Skirts - - - 87.75
$2.00 Skirts ... /.^a
35c Corset Covers - - 25c
./oc Corset Covers - - - 30c
50c Corset Covers - - 35c
65c Corset Covers - - - 50c
$i.oo Corset Covers - - - 75c
356 Drawers - - - 25c
50c Drawers - - - 35c
75c Drawers - - - 60c
65c Drawers - " - - - 50c
%r.on Drawers       -       -       -     7<*;c
The Crescent Dry Goods Co.,Ltd.
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DAVIDSON
ACQUITTED
All  Charges Withdrawn  and   the
Case Settled Out df Court
This Morning,
The long drawn out ia* a_;iiiasl \V. J.
ftavidfon belore the police magisttat
was concluded this morning by the acquittal of Davidsc, tbe withdrawal ol
all charges and a settleir cut of the accounts in dispute.
Prom the evidence it appears lh.it
Duvidson was Instructed hy President
Cleuelle to hold the business al all cos's,
aod the moneys expended were authorized frequently by Mr. lienelle personally. All differences have now been
lin'ally settled.
This offer will be closed on Sunday
night. It will be your last a hance Io gel
$5 photographs for $1, and 01 her Blues in
proportion al Carpenter & Co.
Just received a consignment ol the
latest designs In wall.piper at V. W.
Pretty's. tf
Will Not Build.
Mrs. King, ot thc Hotel Allan, lias decided not to proceed wilh the contemplated improvements on the hotel building ut the present time.
Men's Blue Ocnini Overalls with
apron and braces Ibis week for 60c,
Knginecre' heavy block denim Overalls,
wilh apron and braces, this week 75c.
J-'.ngineers' heavy twill, grey and black
dciiini Jumpers with two ;rod three-
pockets, this week 75c. Heavy grey
Kentucky Jean Pants, regular * 1 25,
this week $1. Men's heavy blue dinim
Overalls, this week 75c. at J. II. Robin-
son's, Columbia avenue.
The Seattle Strike.
Seattle, May 15.—Themaohinist strike
is still in full swing. The men in seven
factories have gone out, They demand
a nine hour (lay, without reduced pay.
The pattern makers and blacksmiths
will go out hy Monday. Their demands
are similar to tho-ie ol the machinists.
Manufacturers say they will close up before granting the request.
MINOR MENTION.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Reedy miied painte at P. W. Pretty's
at $1 per Imperial half-gallon. tt
Four dozen Children's Trimmed Leghorn Wats nicely trimmed, commencing from the 1-ith for this week only
$1.50 each, atKaKU*'- tf
The Salvation Army will have an ice
creiiui and cake social on Thurtdav
afternoon and evening at No. 30 Washington street, and at the barracks iu the
evening, also, >v hen there \>ill baa musical program as well. The proceeds go
towards the social work undertaken by
the A nny.
Mr\ A S. Goialeve ami i-hlldr_U left
(or Toronto over tlie V. P R last livening. Mrs. Goodeye wfll spend the summer in tbe east, principally In Tgionm
where two of the children are at school.
Mr. Uoodeie accompanied the party as
ar as Kooten ly Landing.
Night Nurse Kelly of the Sisters' h.is
pilal and who has had charge of tlie Isolation hospital, lelt for Spokane yester
day on a well earned vacation,
Thomas Furlong, will know,a to all
old timers, and at one lime 11 foreman iu
the Centre Star, is in town with a Imally
'injured hand hint at ihe Did Ironsides.
Mr. Furlong reports business generally
quite satisfactory in the Boundary.
Hernunl Link, lair two years pump
man in the Velvet, is at The Watson on
his way to tbe Coast. Mr. Link reports
the Velvet ae looking very well and that
new ore is being found as development
proceeds.
George llerrnn leavos tomorrow morning lor Crawford Hay to conclude a deal
for the Hazel May group of properties
on Crawford creek lo a Spokane syndicate.
S, J. Pond, of Messrs. Pond & Brock,
merchants, Herbert Lewis, real estate,
general dealer, mid W. R. Scatle, all of
Trail wcro in towe yesterday.
The jury brought in a verdict last
i evening in the almost forgotten case of
j John Hall. They were unable It) liud
j llio cause of death.I
j Tbe Orcat Northern railway have
been reiquested to place spark arresters
j on their locomotives running In and out
i ol KossUnd owing to toe proximity of
j buildings along the railway.
Tbe  early  closing  by   lawcomes in
force tomoirow and except on Saturday,
pay days, and the  last  fourteen days of
1 the year all Hlores included in the by-
I law will close promptly at 6130 p.m.
The regular   meeting of   the Ladies'
Aid   association     of   tlie    Presbyterian
. church will he held   on ThursJay  alter-
110011. at 3 o'clock   in  the   Presbyterian
church.
A. 11,MaeNeill left (or Ottawa on tbe
noon tiain loduy touittnd a meeting ol
the railway committee ol the privy council.
Cull at F. W. Pretty's and see thejr
wall paper at 11 centr per single roll   tf
ALLAN.
A C Macdonald, Montreal
fl II Motris, Vancouver
Win MacKenzic, Nelson
A ti Kelly, Nelson
li M King and wile, Oity
If 1' Williams, 1 ii on wood
C dab 111, Poi a,,- l.i Prairie
ll McCutcheon, Greenwood
R Holme, Nelson
K H Lewis, Trail
VV R Sealle, Trail
Lloyd Stanley,'Utand Forks
H R Wagner, Siiokune
G M Foster, Greenwood
R Houston Victoria
1" E Starkey, Spokane
J S Halve-., Toronto
I M Kallmeyer, Toroito
W L Davidson, Tumuta
If Thomas, London. Kn_
C ii Kukpatrick, Vancouver
KOOTENAV.
Wiu Mackenzie, Nelson
.1 A Kieuia-y, KobSon
W II Olm, Spokane
II Fiiedman, Ili-nver
I. Friedman, Denver
V J Miller, Grtenwood
Mrs F.1 Mills Hinl children,Greenwood
Mrs Jennie F Harris, Kaslo
,1 R Still, Vancouver ■
L G Manev, Spokane
II 10 McCullough, Northport
Chai Warren, Phoenix
U N Jordan, Trail
R Denzler, Phoenix
SAVES MONEY,
SAVES TROUBLE,
SAVES LIVES.
Goodeve's Tonic
Hitters
Ai'ti. on the Liver, Stomach and Nerve
producing a healthy body and sound sleep S.
£ UNION WORKMEN, i
PRICE $1.00
Sold only by
Want Union Made Shoes,
See that they hear the
:=_:
i
Union Stamp, _2
Tlie uiilv   pfOoi   that   tlu*v   OtC  ~_2
Qnioo Made, •
it ii; our pleasure to fay thai we *""**
have h very  strong line ■ >. these ^3
goodi made l»v the *2
J. I). KING k 10., Ui |
They are both
Dressy and
Good Wearers.
Il    O. O. LALONDE
3
Goodeve   liros., ^ii.iaiiiiiiiUiUiiiiiUUittittiit4iiiiuiuiuiaittii.iuiUiUiitii^
Druggists and Stationers,
li pays to deal with Goodeve Bros,
NOTIOE !
The International Correspondence Schools
Offers your choice ul 7(i Different Courses oi Study.
285,000   Simtenls ami Cirailiitltes.     Teaching underyi tl ll'crenl flags.
Local Office:   LALONDE BLOCK,
Amnetingol the creditors of Bulmer, I call and see me
Webb & Co., will be.held al the oflice ol'
liajy & Hamilton, ban-liters, Bank of
Montreal bloek, Rossland, II. C , al 3
o'clock p.m., on Wedncalay, May 22,
iqoi, for the ]»urposc of receiving the
final  statement, passing accounts and
C. It   E&HBAUCH, MANAGER
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Rossland's
1 ■ 1—
Greatest Cost
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See Prices!
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