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THE EVENING  WORLD
t'V^Vvt*
Vol. Ill NO.
137
ROSSLAND, B. C,  FRIDAY, JANUARY, 29   1904
PrlcelFive Ctjnt
RusseFs Kidney and Liver Pills * nLno m H
ARE  PURELY   VEGETABLE
A Positive Cure For Kidney   Trouble,
Liver Complaint, Headaohe, Billionsness,
Cositiveness And Dyspepsia.
ONE PILL A DOSE
25c    A BOX OR  5   BOXES    FOR   $1.00.
Sold in Rossland, At
Morrow's Drug Store
NUTSHELL
Items of Interest  Round
the World.
LATEST TELEGRAPH-BULLETINS
To the Public:
In answer to the Miners slander
we annonnce that, with every
opportunity, we have made no
change in our rates since the
suspension of Stunden & Co.
Our Prices are Right
"•T^ "^\t**> "^F "-t»S
R. T. eollis
& Company
THE UP-TO-DATE JOB PRINTERS.
The Doings of Conspicuous Persons
Affecting Canadian Interests.
We Are Overstocked  w
INCER1AINLINES
Of 12c, 15c. and 20c articles, and we   t: <
offering the same for short time,
AT 10c EACH
To reduce our stook. Call   and   make   your   selections.
16.m. fox & oaTi-^s *
COLUMBIA AVENUE
TELEPHONE 65
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DR. BRUHN'S
OINTMENT
Has established i'self as a household necessity and
has a record of Cures unparelleled in the history of
Medicine, It cures old and ne« Sores, Ulcers,
Ecezema, Salt Rheum, Itobing Piles, Cbafings,
Pimples, Blackheads and all Skin Diseases. This
Ointment has been in use almost half a Century.
Testimonials from thousands who have been
cured of Skin Diseases of long standing testify
to its Curative qualities
The Dunsmuir will oase is drawing to ita close in Viotoria.
The Russians are eaid to have
refused Japan's demands as regards
Manchuria.
Large areas for cotton are to be
immediately planted in West
Afrioa.
Germany denies that she is
having any trouble with the
natives in Southwest Afrioa.
The last speech of Salisbury is
reported to have been in endorsa-
tion of Chamberlain's polioy.
Gamey has been amusing him
self by attacking tbe Canadian
judges.   This is lese majeste.
An Imperial edict bas been issued at Peking ordering the raising
of funds for the new army.
Liberals of East Kent have
nominated D. A. Gordon of Wal-
laceburg for tbe House of Commons.
New Zealand wants vessels of
the Empress type put on the mn
between it and Canada.
There is a qniokly growing market for Canadian goods in New
Zealand.
Japan is oonfident of her ability
to raise sufficient money at home
without resorting to foreign loans
in case of war with Russia.
The railway committee is hearing the application for approval of
the Vancouver, Westminster and
Yukon railway joining its
tracks with those of the C. P. R.
It is stated that the bill for seating MoDonald in Lilloot has been
dropped and that there will be a
byeeleotion al tbe end of the session.
The Sultan of Morocco has donated $5,000 to the St. Louis Exposition for an exhibit and has requested the Fair Commissioners to
stop writing him, letters 'for they
make him tired.'
The teams whioh have already
joined tbe league are those made
up of the Bank of Mor.treal, Hun
tdr Brothers, West Kootenay Power
and Light company, the Le Roi
and the War Eagle. The first
game of the series will oome off
nextweek on Thursday.
PiTH  OF   OPPOSITION
The Case of the Free Importers   Against Joseph Chamberlain
LOCAL HOCKEY LEAGUE.
A Qood  Move Mad*    In tha
Direction
Right
Directions for use—Apply freely night and morning, or often as required.
 PRICE—
50 Cents a
8ox
MANUFACTURED BY
Dr. Bruhti Medical 60.
NEW YORK
Sole agent for Rossland, T.   R. MORROW, The DrUggJSt
' CALL FOR A TRIAL BOX.
The hookey chiefs of Rossland
have made a move in tbe right direction for the promotion of hockey
in this oity. Recognizing that professionalism in hookey, as in any
other game, but destroys it as a
sport by eliminating amateurs, it
hae been determined to get up a
series of hookey clubs in this oity
whioh will oompete within them-
j selves for a trophy.
Necessarily the players will not
all be first olass, but they will all
be willing, and between five hockey
teams, there will be plenty of material for seleoting a team that will
be an honor to the Golden City.
Moreover there will also be plenty
of material for seleotion, when
members of tbe Rossland team
drop out from one cause or another. *
London, Jan. 29—The Eoono-
mist commenting on his Guildhall
speech, Bays Chamberlain has been
prolific in producing plans,-each
for the time infallible, and equally
ready in sacrificing his unhappy
offspring when politioal ex9genoieB
for the moment demanded it. Tbe
colonies, aooardiag to his firat suggestion, wlisre to oe>93 miaufao-
turiag.in order to provide a market
for the manufactures of the mother
oountry. Tnat idea the oolonies
promptly repudiated. Chamberlain's skill as a political presti digi-
tator promptly caused it to disappear.
The Spectator says it is not
frendship that Chamberlain offers
the colonies, but partnership, in
which thore is not even an equality of sacrifice; for if they are to
give up by preferential tariffs
something of their revenue, we are
to go comparatively hungry in order that they who oan never even
fear pangs of hunger may oontinue
careers whioh are to go to produoe
for them that modern success whioh
suoh men like Chamberlain think
so supreme—suooess of growing
rioh.
The Statist says it is difficult to
judge whether Chamberlain made
much impression on the publio or
made a great mistake by devoting
so muoh of his speeok to figures
and relegated Imperialism to the
end of his speeches. If he is tt
ultimately sucoeed, it will bs by an
appeal to Imperialism, not labcur-
ing with trade statistics, that will
win him support from the publio.
Hon. H. H. Asquith speaking at
Sonthport the other day, said you
may go through all the industries
in Canada, certainly all those engaged in exportation to Britain of
raw material or food, and you will
find that, without stirring up infinite dissatisfaction, joalousy exists
between different claBses of producers. So far from conlioing yourself to the Biinple expedient of putting preferential duty on corn you
will have to do the same all around
th e whole list of Canadian exporters to Britain. South Afrioa wool
growers still want a preference
equal to all Canadian wheat growers. Unless they get it you establish at once between Afrioa and
Canada a position of invidious (lis-
orimination,under which, if material bonds arc needed to unite the
colonies and the mother oountry,
will make Afrioa say you are giving a material bond to Canada
while you withhold one from me.
BOILERS BILL
REPORTED
Aet Sweeping In Its
elusions.
In-
CURATOR IS SUPERANNUATED
Fight Arose Over Hawthornthwaite.
Bill For the Protection
of Deer,
Stook must be sold at any price
Leaving Rossland on February 1st
Madame Le Blano.
Viotoria, Jan. 29.—Yesterday
being private members' day, there
was no night sitting, and a very
quiet session in the afternoon. The
liveliest discussion arose over Haw-
thornthwaita's bill forbidding the
slaughter of deer on Vanoouver
island. This bill waB made applicable to all of British Columbia in
so far as exportation of deer or deer
skins is oonoerned, while on the
island it is made unlawful to offer
Bkins for sale.
There was a vigorous fight
against the measure for different
reasons. Some of the objections
were that the bill was unfair to the
proprietors of hide factories, that
it prevented prospectors scouring
their venison, etc. In so far as
Atlin is concerned, however, tbe
bill will not apply, and the cariboo
is the common game there.
The name of the bill was altered
to that of an Act for the Protection
of Fish [and Game, and provision
was made in it to prevent the
killing of trout under six inches
in length, or between November
15th and Maaoh 25th,
Provision was also made for the
declaration when neoessary of a
olose seasan for deer, elk, wapiti,
moose, cariboo, mountain sheep
and mountain goat.
The bill was then reported. It
was rather a coinoidenoe that the
same afternoon in whioh such an
aot should be under consideration
of the members they should also
be called upon to discuss provisions for the superannuation of one
whose name has been most intimately associated wilh the preservation of game from a taxidermist's
stand point,
Curator Fanning is in very ill
health, and the Government bave
placed on tbe estimates a modest
sum providing for bis retirement.
One of the Opposition members
took exception to this on principle,
but his colleagues on the Bame side
of the house joined hands with
the Government members in advocating this provision for the veteran curator, whose name is known
in the realm of natural history
over tbe whole continent.
On the report stage of the Steam
Boilers bill the section relating to
the holders of fourth olass service
certificates was amended to cover
those who bad been in oharge of
any steam plant, no matter how
small.
! What Happanad to Jonaa
Millard Reid, tbe leading comedian of "What Happened to Jones.'
oompany, is young, clever and experienced, He is a particulary
brighlooking young aotor and has
the faculty of imparting his jollity
to his audience. His personality
is pleasing and he is endowed with
a great degree of personal magnetism.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Annual Convention Election of Britiah
Columbia Offleara
Toronto, Jan, 29.—The annual
convention of Royal Arch Masons
opened in the Temple building tbis
morning. Reports presented showed the order to be in a very flourishing oondition.
The eleotion of ofBoers was as
follows: Abraham Shaw, of Kington, Ont., grand Z,, re-elected by
aoolamation; grand superintendent
ior distriot No. 16, British Columbia, J. W. PreBcott, Vancouver; No.
17, Alberta, E. L. Baker, Medioine
Hat; No. 18, Kootenay, Rev. C. A.
Proounier, Revelstoke, formerly of
Rossland.
TO HAVE li HOT TIME
Conservatives are Going
For the Scalp  of
John Houston
Judging by the programme of
Paul Kauffmann's musicale at tbe
Miners Union hall, January, 29th.,
the oonoert will certainly be worth
tbe admission.
Victoria, Jan. 29.— Tbe provincial Conservative Convention will
meet here on Monday next. The
special object of the meeting is to
give attention to provincial affairs
with a view to strengthening the
party, if possible, throughout the
provinoe. From reoent rumblings
heard on the floor of tbe house,
it is certain that John Houston, M.
L. A. for Nelson, will be ousted
from the chairmanship.
Hon    Robert   Green  haB   his
knife ready and iB anxious to pnt
Mr. Houston outside of the pale of
party.   "Ballot Box" Roes is out
gunning after the Nelson member.
Premier MoBride and his ministers
finds Mr. Houston to be a source
i
of chronic irritation. Houston
keeps up hiB fire of sarcasm and invective whenever the opportunity
preaenls itself and the entire party
is in arms against him. It is probable
that besides removing him from
the chairmanship that he may be
asked to resign his seat in the
house, though it is very doubtful if
be would pay the least bit of attention to suoh a request. Under the
circumstances there promises to be
a hot old time when the Conservative oonvention is in session.
The original intention was to
hold the convention in Revelstoke,
but the executive committee finally
decided to have the meeting in
Victoria. This will give the deletes an opportunity to see the
lawmakers at work.
Liberal Candldataa
Winnipeg, Jan. 29.—Dr. Cash,
of Yorkton, was selected by tbe
j Liberals at Yorkton today as their
candidate for the new territorial
division of Mackenzie.
J THE EVENINGISWORLD. ROSSLANDTB. C, JAN. 29,   1904
The Evening World
By the WorM.PubllihInn Company.
Kntered at lhe Rosslaud, B. C, postoffice fo
trntismission through the mails,May i, 1901 a
tecoud class reading matter.
BUBSCaiPTION RA.rKB~$5."',"ll*r year |ln
variably ln advance. A-tre-tUtn* rates made-
known on application,
JAMES H. FLETCHER.-.
•.[GENERAL   MANAGER:
T.   )   3jc   30, Rowland,   B.
ROSSLAND AND   BOUNDARY.
An artiole appearing in yesterday's Would pointed out the vital
neoessity of having a competitive
railroad from this oamp into the
Boundary country. The real basis
of suoh a statement is thf faot that
the Boundary smelters can treat
ore oheaper than oertainly the
Trail, and possibly the Northport,
reduotion works. The latter is excepted, inasmuch as itB lime flux
ia very much cheaper. But Rosb
land is muoh at the mercy of
the C. P. R. in sending its ores
from this camp to be treated at the
Boundary. The C. P. R. at tbe
present minute is hauling the ores
of the Le Roi No. 2 to Greenwood.
To enable it to do bo the Great
Northern haB made a nominal
charge for the transportation ol
those ores from the mine to the C
P. R. switch in this camp, a distance of about^a mile.
Formerly the Le Roi No. 2 ores
were sent  to Northport,   and the
Great Northern had the haulage ol
the whole.   Notwithstanding this
faot it has adopted a broad policy.
Let the converse of the case be
looked at.   The Great Northern is
hauling ores from Rossland to the
Granby smelter   via Marcus and
Grand Forks.   The Railway Committee bas so far  prevented  the
Great Northern or its tributaries
from extending their lines beyond
Grand Forks four or five mileB into
the Granby smelter; consequently
this four or five  miles has to be
covered by the C. P. R.   ThiB action was got principally upon the
ground   that   if   the   V. V. & E.
branch of the Great Northern was
being built  into the Boundary to
carry Canadian ores   out  of the
country for smelting in Washing
ton or other points.   Having got
their way in this matter, with the
true patriotism characteristic of the
C. P. Ii.,  it  prooeeds to make a
charge of 75 or 80 cents for the
haulage of that   ore from Grand
Forks to the Granby Bmelter, notwithstanding the courtesy extended
to the C. P. R. by the Great Northern, in the case of the Le Roi No.
2 ore in Rossland, and notwithstanding the fact that the C. P, R.
is only charging 32i cents for the
haulage of   ore from Phoenix to
Granby,   a  distance of 30 miles.
Nor is this all.   It is the intention
of the Great Northern or its tributaries to  build   along   the Kettle
River  from Grand   Forks to  the
Boundary   Falls   and   Greenwood
smelters and to tap Phoenix camp.
The question oame up in 1902 and
was opposed by the C. P, It. in the
name of the   Kettle Valley   railroad. Again on patrio ic grounds,
connection   was    prevented,    and
with   the  injunotive  aid   of   the
British Columbia oourts, doubtlei e
will be opposed again this season
under the Bame flag-flapping polioy.
But the construction of suoh a line
will not only mean great things for
the Boundary oountry, but will also
provide Rossland with throe unslt-
ers, besides those of Trail ai d:
Northport, at which it may get its!
ores smelted at a reasonable rate
The Wok ld would recommend this
matter to the local Board of Trade,
and also to candidates Mackintosh
and Galliher who are seeking the
suffrages of this camp, for their
earnest attention. Especially as it
is the opinion of smelter experts
that on account of the lime contents of the low grade ores of tbe
Boundary containg so much lime
and being rather short in iron, the
pyritic ores and c mcentratea of
RosBland are destined, with reasonable freight rates, suoh as the < '.real
Northern, is in marked contradistinction to the C. P. R., already
offering Rossland mine owners, to
be eventually all treated in the
Boundary smelterB. The excess of
sulphur iu RosBland ores is not an
insuperable difficulty, but will
yield to the hot blast instead of the
cold blast, now being used in tho
Boundary. Let Rossland citizens
and mine owners without delay
become alive to tho faot that the
future of the city depends largely
upon its alliance with the Boundary mining interests, and act accordingly. The Great Northern
railway has already shown that it
is not extending its system merely
to steal away the British Columbia
ores for treatment in the United
States, but that it is ready to
facilitate the treatment aot only of
British Columbia ores in British
Columbia, but to bring those of Republio into British Columbia, because the commercial development
of the country demands it. Would
to goodness the so-called national
railway were operated in the same
broad spirit, rather than as an annex of the Trail smelter, in which,
it is hoped, only the C. P. R. Com
pany, and not a band of its officials
are interested.
        ■
WANT OTHER  COTTON
Europe Does Not Like the
Rise Engineered in American Cotton.
Washington, Jan. 29.—"A revolt
againBtB Amerioan cotton," iB the
title of a long report just received
at the American state department
from United States Consul General
Mason at Berlin, Germany.
Mr. Mason says there is a simultaneous effort on the part of Great
Britain, France and Germany to
emancipate their textile industries
from dependence on America. No
only In Germany, but throughout
Europe, he says, there is a growing
feeling of resentment against thiB
dependence, and experiments are
being made in the British colonies
in cotton cultivation.
Important Special Sale
j We bave a very large range of Ladies, Misses and Children's  ^J
1 Felt. Plush, Velvet and Satin Slippers that we are now   offer-  &£
' in3 at 20 per cent discount.    All must go'.    Do not be too late  TC
'. to get the best bargains.                                                             fe
I C.O. iLALONDE I
I THE   SHOEMAN.:      __^ |
Get ready for   the   Cernival by
ordering a raade-to-order suit.
Taylor & McQuarrie Tailors.
Lerar'a Y-Z( Wise Head)Disinfectant Soap
Powder dusted in the bath softons the
water at the same time that it disinfect*, at
JUST OPENED.
Largest Stock of Pipes
IN
Meerschaum
and Briars.
Fine Line in CIGARS,
Put up in 10 and 25 in a box
THE I
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RALPHCHARRON,PROP.
gt. f-tAsn. tL%4%tt,
Rossland's
Leadinq
Hotel..
C=MMMMHM»
Sample Rooms
For Commeroial Men.
Finest Grill in Kootenays
in; connection.
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©FIRST CLASS
Bowl inrfAl lev
AND
* BILLIARD>ROOM f
P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke,Green-
wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL MARKETS-Rosslard, Trail, Nelson,! Ymir, Kaslo
Sandon, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, Grand Forks,
Greenwood, Phoenix, Midway, Camp   McKinney,
Revelstoke,  Ferguson and Vancouver.
Fish,   tame ind  Poultry in Season, Saosign oi All Kinds.
WM. DONALD, Manager Roaaland Branch
TfeKETS
TO ALL  POINTS
EAST and WEST
VIA
SHORT LINE
TO.
St. Paul,Dili uth,IV! inneapo|is,Chic»go
and all'points east
Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria/'.Portland
and all Pacific Coast nointt
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers
Dining Sc Buffet Smoking Library Oars
2-FastTrains Through Daily-2
For rates, folders and (ull information
regarding trips, call on or address any
agent B. F. Sc N. Railway.
H.BRANDT, C PAT A,-,i;;
_^^ 701 Vf Riverside, Spokane
a b c dennist6n7gwTa,
Seattle, Wash.
H. P. BROWN, Rossland Agent
Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway
Red Mountain Railway
Washington & Great Northern R'y
Vancouver,Victoria & Eastern R'y &
Nav. Co.
The only nil rail, between points east
west and south to Rossland, Nelson,
Grand Forks and Republic. Connects
at Spokane with the Great Northern,
Northern Pacific and O. R. Sc N. Co.
for points east, west and south; connects
at Rosoland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific R'y.
Connects at Nelson with K. R. A N
Co. for Kaslo and K- & S. points.
Connects at Curlsw with stage for
Greenwood and Midway, B. C.
buffet cars run between Spokane and
Northport.
Effective June 14, 1903
NORTHBOUND.
Leave Spokane 8:45 a.m.
Arrive Rossland 4:3; p.m
Arrive Nelson 7:20 p.m.
Arrive Grand Folks.,..   4:00 p.m.
Arrive Republic ,6:1 J pjn1
SOUTHBOUND.
Leave Republic 3:v> a.m,
Leave Grand Forks 10:3s *jrt
Leave Nelson     7120a.n1
Leave  Rossland io:4o a.m
Arrive Spokane 6:15 p.m
For further information regarding
reservation of berths or price of tickets,
apply to any agent of the above com
panies, or to
H. A. JACKSON.
aencra! laMccgci A,
Bj,ok«n«. Wa»
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MARKET
REPORTS
Mutton per lb (side) 13-15
Turkey, per lb 23c
Veal, per lb ^ide) 18o
PROVISIONS
Almonds, per lb 25o
Apples, per 501b box  $1.25-$1.50
Bananas, per doz 40c
Beans, per lb 6b
Butter, per lb 25 35o
Cheese, per lb 20o
Chocolate, per lb 40-50o
Cocoa, per lb 40c $1 00
Coffee, per lb 25 50o
Condensed Milk per oan 15c
Dried Peas, per Ih 80
Eggs, per doz 30-40
Flour, per 501b $1-50-1.65
Grapes, per lb 15o
Honey, per lb 25c
Jams and Jellies per lb 12-13o
Lard, per lb 174o
Onions, per lb 5o
OrangeB, per doz 40-50o
Pickles, per qt. 20o-25o
Plums, per 201b box SOo
Potatoes, per 1001b sack $1.00
Rice, per lb 8c
Boiled OatB per lb So
Sugar, per lb 6^o
Vinegar, per gal 50c-75o
Walnuts, per lb 25c
Watermelons, eaoh 50 60c
FBSD
Bran, per ton $27
Hav, per ton $27
Oats, per ton $32
Shorts, per ton $30
MISCELLANEOUS
Coal, per ton, Gait, $8.50
KeroBine, per gal 50c
Soap, per bar 5c
Wood, per oord $4.50-$5.50
Rossland Mails.
Retail Prioes in Rossland
Stores.
GROCERIES AND MINE SUPPLIES
*L. LEVY & CO.
ALL  KINDS   OF   DRY
WOOD
W. F. LINGLE
Office opposite   Qre*
Northern   ticket offla-
nest to Ked Mar
Corrected Up to Date by the Leading Merchants of the
Camp,
Mails close Mail-" delivered
01 ilv ex- daily exci-pt
cc   Su nday Monday at
epo:3o a m 7:00 a. m,
for Trail, Phor-nix,
Cascade Columbia
Grand Forks, Fife,
Greenwood, Fliolt, Midway and all Boundary
District points.
Daily except Daily except
Sunday Monday
6:30 a.m., 7:00 a.m.
Robson, Castlegar
Mon., Wed., Fri Wed.. Eri., 8un
6:30 a. m. 7:00 a. m.
Gladstone
Daily Dally
9:40 a.m. 6:00 a. m.
Northport, Spokane
and all United States
points. Paterson, B. C,
Daily except Dailv except
Sunday Sunday
9:40 a. m. 6: 00 p in.
Kaslo, and also Waneta,
Ymir Nelson and Salmo,
P..C.
Daily Daily s:oop m.
9:40 a. nt and 7:00 a. m
Ordinary letter mail
only for all Easturn
Canada, and thu United Kingdom and ail
European and other
foreign countries.
Daily Dally
5:1$ p  111. 7:00 a. m
All|pointH served hv
the Canadian Pacific
Railway, the Northwest Territories, Manitoba, all Eastern Canada, the United Kingdom, and all European
and other foreign countries.
Daily 5:150 m.. Daily 7:00 a. m.
Crow's Nest Pass and
connections, Nelson.
Sun., Tues., Tnur Tues., Thur., Pa
5:15 p.m.
7:00 a. m.
Deer Park.
Daily except
Daily except
Saturday
Monday
5:15p.m.
7:00 a. m.
Sandon.
MUi'INO   SUPPLIES.
Axes, per doz $7.50-10.00
Cardies, per caBe $5.50-6.50
CapB, Sennott, per box 75o
Ct al, blotkuxiiib jer ton $22 50
Djnemite. 60per ct, per lb 191
Dynamite, 50 per ot, per lb 18o
Dynamite, 40 per ct, per lb 16^0
Fuse, Bennett per 100 ft 75o
Hammers, per lb 15o
Iron, per lb 3i-5o
Nails, base, per keg $4
ShovelB, per doz $7.50-10
Steel. Canton per lb 8 Jo
i'UKAT AND POULTRY.
Bacon, per lb 18-20c
B< ef, per lb (side) 'J-lOc
Chickens, each 50-(J0o
Pu)b„per lb 121-16o
Ham, per lb 18-20o
Daily 5:15 p. in Daily 7:00 a. m
Trail, Arrowhead, Nakusp, Revelstoke Station, Halcyon and Columbia River, Slocan
and Lardeau District
point and connections
Daily 5:15 p m. Daily 7:00 a. at.
All points served by
the Canadian Pacific
Railway west of R- v-
elstoke Station, including ' hina and Japan
and Klondike,
STOCKS AND   REALESTATI.
FOR SALE—Four-roomed cettage
nicely finished, ard three lots, well
fenced and cleared. Price, |i,aoo, part
cash down.
FOR SALE—Small lodging house, going concern, cheap tcntal.   A bargain.
 APPLY	
DYER & FLETCHER
E120 Columbia Ave.
Ths Hoffman House has 60
wall heated room*-. An up-to
dato family hotel. THE EVENING;W0RLD ROSSLAND, B, C, JAN. 29, 1904
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A Stock of " Sure-on"
Rim-1 ss EyeGlasses
An F.yi-Gla- that stays on.
We carry only the bi-8'
Lenses, and bave all the
newnst styles of Frames in
Gold Gold Filled, Silver,
Nickle Steel.
Druggists 8l
Stationers,
Goodeve Bros.
It Pays to Deal With Goodeve Bros.
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SNAPS
IN MINING   STOCKS
icaeeeesessea
FOR SALE
House and Lot
On Thompson Avenue
$150.
J. B. Johnson b Co..
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EXPLOSIVES.
The Cotton Powder Comoanv. Ltd
32 Qu« an Victoria St.,   .ONDON   B.C.
-HANOTACTi/BK	
Faversham Powder
On the SPECIAL L.B1 of [Feinim-d, Pjj)ci:vee   CctotcT, 1£0
(he best explosive'for nndergronnd wo:k ex
olusively„uped in Severn end Mersey tunnel
Cordite, Gelignite, Gelat.ne Dy amile, Blasting Gelatine, Detonators for all classes of Explosives, Electric Appliances,
u 1 111.1 j:* *■ !or 'b*  KOioval of   Wu-ikt,  Etc.,  Etc.
TONITE
Works: Faversham, Kent and Melling, near Liverpool
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Yon have just got in some Crosse & Black-
well's    and   White St* r Brand Piokles?
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CROSSE & BLACKWELLS AND WHITE
STAR  BRAND PICKLES.
10 Bottles Mix*d.       10 Bottles Mixed Sour,
10 Chow Chow. 10 Bottles     "   Sweet,
5 Bottles 0 n ion*. 2 Qna; ts S weet,
5 Bottles Walnuts,      5 Bottles Dill,
2 Quarts Dill-   '
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P. 8. Blend
Goffee II
I Moosejaw
Flour"
1 Chilliwack
Butter 1
Paulson
Bros.
THE GROCERS
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
C.P.R. ATLANTIC 8.S. LINE
From St. John.
h.Champlain,Feb.2o L.Manitoba Feb.6
ALLAN LINE
From St. John.
Pretorian Feb. 8   Causian.    Jan. w
DOMINION LINE
From Portland
Dominion Feb. 27 Canada..Feb.6.
AMERICAN   LINE
Philadelphia ..Jan.30   St. Louis,.Feb.6
RED STAR LINE
Finland Feb.6   Zeeland... Jan. 30
CUNARD LINE
Saxonia Jan 30       Etruria , Feb 6
WHITE STAR LINE
Majestic     Feb.3   Oceanic.       Feb. 10
FRENCH LINE
LaChampaigneFeLuLaTouraineFeb 11
ALLAN SPATE LINE
Corithian. .Feb.4   Nuinidian. ...Feb   ig
Continental sailings of North German
Lloyd, H, A, P. and Italian lines on application.   Lowest rates on all lines.
W. P. F.CUMMINGS,
G. S. S, Agt,, Winnipeg
0,W. DEY, Agent,
C.P.K. Depot, Rossland.
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CONTAINING over 2000 pages of condensed commercial matter, enables
enterprising traders throughout the Empire to keep in close touch with the trade
of the Motherland. Besides being a com
plete commercial guide to London and
its Suburbs, the London Directory contains lists of:—
EXPORT: MERCHANTS
with the goods they ship, and the Colon
ial and Foreign markets they supply.
8TEAM8HIP LINES
arranged under the Ports to which they
sail,  and  indicaiing the approximate
sailings.
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of Trade Notices of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in the principal
towns  and  Industrial  centres of   the
United Kingdom.
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NOTICE
Take Notice—tbat a plaint has been
entered and summons issued out of tbe
County Oourt of Kootenay holden at
Rossland, wherein the Nelson and Fort
Sheppard Railway Company are plaint
ifis and the Canadian Pacific Exploration, Limited, are defendants, and
wherein the plaintiffs claim is as fol-
ows:
The otaintiffs claim from the defendants the sum cl $650.00 The following
are the particulars:
To 200,000 feet of mining timber sold
by the plaintiffs to the defend ante at 50
certs per thousand $100.
To 2,200 cords of woods at 25 cts.
per cord. IjUqo.
There are very few cleansing operations in which Sunlight
Soap cannot be used to advantage. It makes the home bright
and clean.       • 13
MADAME .BEST
THE.FAMOUS
Phrenologist" And Palmist.
She can read your life like a book.
She is the only gold medaiist in Britipli
Caiumbia. Sheihas the refutation of be
ing the best Palmist that has ever been
in British Columbia. If you want to
knew or learn any thine consult this gifted lady. It was she who predicted the
Frank disaster. No money accepted^ il
readings are not satisfactory,
DOFFIOE.HOUKS.o.a ,m to.Q.p.Im.
The Hoffman House Room 4.
[1.1. Wright jj
' ' A. R. S. M.
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mt WILL TAKE
: Custom Assays;
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ORDER   YOUR
WOOD
AT   THE
Le Roi Stables
Dry Fir and Tamarac at
$5, per cord,
Telephone 39.
KofBlacd B.C,
THE
BANK SALOON
*'   NotedJJfor      ts choicej brands of j,
1' liquors and cigars.
HIGHLAND    CREAM
' J The rich creamy Haver has  pise- , >
'edtliis   fine    K01CH   WbUiey *
in the front lank (f llo veij.bcst.
Under thc Popular Control of
\    JACOBS A JEFFOBD <>
M. W.  Simoson-
[Blue print [paper, Office]
andSchool Supplies.
(Latest NovelB   and all   kind.,.01]
ationery.
Total'
»65o.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that an order made herein on the 20th.
day of December, 1 903, wherein it is
ordered that service of the summons,
plaint and the said order be effected by
publishing notice of the s»ld summons,
plaint and order for six weeks in tbe
"World'' newspaper, published in the
City of Rossland, and posting to the defendant? of a registered letter containing
a copyof the "World" newspaper having tbe first publication of such advei -
tisemen addressed to such defendants
at there registered office in London,
England, shall be good and sufficient
ervice upon the defendants of the said
ssummons, plaint and said order.
The first publication of this advi rtise
ment is on the 30th day of December
1903
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Mark*
Designs
... Copvriohts Ac.
Anyone Wtldtpi n nketrli and dMcrlptlon may
quickly aacortnln "nr Oplnloq freo Jrbatbsr an
Inrenttnn Is probably patantabjs. Cmiinmnlra.
llonimlrlntlye.xilldt'Nllitl. Handbook on I'ahinta
■ent free. OlaMt attetiey fofMoarUu iiiUeiil".
PAtontn Ink,mi iliiiiii.il Munn A to. roculye
special notice, without chnrire, In tho
Scientific American.
A hatnlinmriy IlluMrnlwl woekly. I*MMt circulation of any nrlentltiR Journal. Terms, M a
year; four month*, |L  Bold byall tiowBdnaleni,
MUNN & Co.3G,B'-— New York
Branch office, (25 P Ht- Wailiimtm Uti
Big reductions Is tbe thing at
our rummage sale all thia week-
The Ore-went.
Notice
Notice ie hereby given, that I
have appointed Mr. Richard Thomas Evans, Deputy Sheriff, in and
(or the Bailiwick ol South Koote
nay.
S. P. Tuck.
Sheriff.
Rosaland, B. C. January, 20 1904.
PHRA,
iThe Phoenician.!
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SYNOPSIS
Phra, who dies and lives again in
Britain, begins to recount his early adventures—He buys a Britiah slave girl
and sails on a trading voyage to Cornwall and marries a British princess. Is
attacked and captured by the Romans.
Escapes and is murdered by the Druids.
Is born again in later Roman Britain.
Fnds a tattooed record bv h's wif« on
his body. Rescues a Roman lady from
a bull and is taken into favor. Lives
and dies in her service. Wakes up in
Saxon England just before tbe Battle of
Heatings. Rescues a Saxon Maiden
from the Conqueror. Marries her. Visited at iStonehenge by his British wife.
Compilers of domesday book makes enquiries. Flight to Sanctuary where Phr*
again sleeps and wakes in Edward I
reign. Finds himself a sleeping saint
in an Abbey. Visits shrine of his Bax-
on wife.
CHAPTER IX
I am not of a nature to be long
overwhelmed. All that night and
far into next day I lay upon Voewood, alternately sleeping and bewailing the ohance which tossed
me to and fro upon the restless
ocean of time, and then I arose. I
threw my arms round each in turn
of thoeo dear, callous ones in the
chapel, and pushed baok the bram
hies from them, and wept a little,
aad told myself the pleasure of life
waB now surely Bpent to the very
laBt coin—then, with a mighty
effort, tore myself away. Again
and again, while the smooth swell
the grassy mound under whioh
the foundations of the long destroyed Sazon homestead with the
little chapel by the rivulet were in
sight, I turned and turned, loth
and sad. But no sooner had the
leafy screen hid them than I set
off and ran whither I knew not,
nor cared—indeed, I was so terribly drawn by that spot—ao olose in
the meshes of its association, bo
thralled by the presence of the
dust of all I had had to lone or live
for, that I feared, if the best haste
were not made tbat I should
neither haste nor fly from that
terribly sweet hillock of lamenta
tions for ever.
What could it matter where my
wandering feet were turned? All
the world was void and vapid, east
and west alike indifferent, to one bo
homelesB, and thus I stalked on
through glades and coppioe for
hours and days, with my chin upon my chest, and feeling marvellously oheap and lonely. But
enough of this. Never yet did I
crave sympathy of any man; why
should I seem to seek it of you—
sceptical and remote?
There were those who appeared
at that time to take compassion on
me unasked, and I remember the
countrywomen at whose cottage
doors I hesitated a moment—
yearning with pent up affection
over thoir curly headed little ones
—added to the draught of water
begged suoh food as their slender
stores provided. One of these gave
me a solid green forester's cape and
jerkin; another put shoes of leather
upon my feet; and a third robbed
her husband's pegs to find me
headwear, and as through the
gifts of their unspoken good will I
came by degrees into  the raiment
of the time.
But nothing seemed to bide the
inexpressible strangeness I began
to carry about with me. No sorry
apparel, no woodman's cap drawn
down over my brows, no rustic
clogs upon my wandering feet,
maeked me for a moment from the
awe and wonder of those good
English people. None of them
dared ask me a  question, how   I
oome or where I went, but everywhere it was the same.   They had
but to look upon me, and up they
rose, and in silenoe, and, drawn
involuntarily by that stern history
of mine they  knew   not  of, they
ministered to me according to their
means.   The women dropped their
oourtesies,  and—unasked,  unask-
ing—fed    the   grim   and ragged
stranger from their  cleanest platter, the men stood by and uncapped them to my threadbare ruaset,
and  whole  groups   would watoh
spellbound      upon     the    village
mounds as I paced moodily  away.
In course of time my grief began
to mend, so that it waa presently
possible to take a calmer view of
the situation,   and   to  bend   my
thoughts upon what it were beat lo
do next.   Though I love the greenwood, and am never so happy   as
when solitary, yet my nature waa
not made, alasl for sylvan idleness.
I felt I had brotherhood with those
who are recluse and shun the noisy
straggles of the world; yet had I
always been a leader   of  men. I
now remembered, as all the pages
of my pabt history  oame  one by
one before me and I meditated upon them day and night.   No, I waa
not   made to   walk   these woods
alone, and,   if  another argument
were wanting, it were found in the
faot that I was  here  exposed   to
every weather, hungry and shelter-
I could not be for ever begging from door to door, eternally
throwing my awe inspiring shadow
across tbe lintels  of  these gentle
mannered woodland folk, and  my
taBtes,   though never   gluttonous,
rebelled most strongly against the
perpetual   dietary   of  herbs and
limpid brooks.
[To be   continued. |
TOR   SALE
A single horse express harness,
wagon and sleigh. Easy terms.
Apply to Layton's Rossland Bazar.
Shoes 85c per pair, Corsets SOo
per pair, Underwear 50c eaoh. 25
per cent reduction in all our new
Fanoy Neckwear at our rummage
sale.   The Crescent.
A social hop will be given after
Paul Kauffmann's musioale, by
request on Friday evening-t the
Miners Union hall.January it).
A special feature of Paul Kauffmann's musicale at the Miners
Union hall, on January, 29th., will
be the first apparanoe of the Mandolin orchestra, being composed of
14 peices.
Pompeian Massage.Cream
Removes, Blackheada.jFrecklea
and Pimpples and brings 00I-
or the Cheeks.    For Sale at
n
T Royal BarberShoD
SUPPLY HOUSE.
W. J. PREST. PROP
The Hoffman   Cefe.      open
night- Short orders  s  specialty-
Rossland Home Bakery
A full line of
Confectionery
FRESH BREAD
Petch & Scliwarizenliauef'Prcps ■
THE EVENING   WORLD ROSSLAND.    B.C.   JAN 2Q, 1904
THE LOCAL
EXCHANGE
Not   Much    Doing    This
Morning.
DROP MARKED IN NORTH STAR
The Latest Quotations and Sales
Locally    Upon    the
Market.
The market was fairly steady today, with not much doing.   There
is a drop marked in North Star.
Today's L»oa'. Quotation*:
Aiktd Bid
American Boy........ •*....      -H 'A
Ben Hur mm....        4
Black Tall         3 *
Canadian Oold Helda         Hi 3
Cariboo (Camp McKlnnty) tx-ilr       }M 2
CentreStar       14 "
Crowa Neat Faaa Coal I      >
PaJrTlew        4 3
Fiaher Maiden ......        t I
Slant        *a
Granby Conaolidated    fc.co $400
Morning QI017          1% I
Mountain Lion       16 14
North SUr (Saat Kootenay).. ...      6
rtynt ~ ~...      nX M
Quilp ,,...      17
Rambler-Cariboo       26 14 K
Ban Foil         2% 2%
BnUlnn «       5a> 4
Tom Thumb »       3 2
War Bagle Conaolidated       13M 11
Waterloo (Aaaeaa. paid)         5
Wbltt Bear (Assess, paid)          5 4
Today's Sales.
Mountain     Lion,     1000, 144c
Morning Glory, 3000, 14c. Total
4000.
The   great rummage sale still
continues at the Crescent.
Famous for Fits
We are complimented erery day
upon the splendid fits we give our
customers. Many men who have
had their olothes made by tailor?
in the eastern cities, tell us the
most perfect fit they ever had are
those we gave them here.
Taylor & MoQuarrie, the   FaBh-
onable Tailors.
WANTED—A woman to do family
washing at her own house. Apply
to M. this Offioe.
THE MASONIC BALL.
A Plt-asant Evening Waa Spent and
Many Wara Amuaad
The Masons gave a ball last
night in their Temple whioh was
well attended by their friends, and
an excellent time was had. The
musio was supplied by Sohorlem-
mer's orchestra, and waa much enjoyed. A Masonic dance is somewhat of a rarity in the camp, and
the guests were loud in their desire
that their courteous hosts might
soon have another snch occasion.
Mrs. L. Nadeau wllhjtake lodgers
at the Headquarters   Hotel.
Our Rummage sale prices are the
alk of the town,    The Crescent.
$14.00   Hats   for     $500       at
Madame Le Blanc's selling out sale
-ie Hoffman Cafe
OPEN ALL   NIGHT
Oysters In Any
Style
Meals Berved at all hourB,
Harry Mcintosh
Proprietor.
Grand Hockey Match
THE LADIES vs.
THE BANK OF MONTREAL
Thursday Feb. 2nd
x    The Event of the Season.
MINOR MENTION
Anther ladies hockey match is
arranged for at the rink.
HTbe ourlers are just now exoited
over ths Hoffman trophy.
Mrs J. B. Moseley of Spokane is
visiting her mother Mrs. J. L.
Whitney.
Snow is being levelled along
Columbia avenue in preparation
for Carnival week.
Professor Kaufman's soiree musicale is the chief attraction for
this evening.
The Vernon and Fernie hockey
teams have entered for the Carnival hockey tournament.
' There is a meeting of the Carnival Committee this afternoon in
the Board of Trade rooms at 4
o'olock.
The curlers contingent at the
Revelstoke bonspiel are not too
lucky but something may yet be
brought home to Rossland.
Mayor Schofield of Trail will
proclaim a publio holiday so as to
allow the people of the Smelter
town enjoying the Rossland Carnival.
The band concern at the rink
last night attracted a number of
skaters. The rink will probably
repeat the dose at an early opportunity.
No dancing in Lent Days all
strict Churchmen. But they are
going to give a dance on Shrove
Tuesday next to indulge the weaker
brethren or sistren.
Some of the Rossland fair sex
desire a woman's ski race to be
placed on the Carnival programme.
It is to be hoped that the sapient
committee will not say it is "all
nonsense."
The Miner is again apologizing.
This lime it is over the Rainy Day
company Accuracy can only be
expected of tbe Miner when it refers to War Eagle or Centre Star
matters. That is to say if it does
not blunder in Betting up the oopy.
Cut flowers at the  Palace Can-
yd Store.:
Dancing lessons 7.30 to 9 o'clock
on Saturday evening at the Miners
Union hall, followed by the usual
sooial hop. Schorlemmer & McKinnon Dancing Acadamy.
A Query.
Would Hon. J. Israel Tarte like
to be the helpless victim of the
giant strength of Sir Wilfred Laurier displayed when he tore Hon. A,
G. Blair up by the roots and
plunked him into a job at $10,000
per annum?   Toronto Telegram.
Death of Grant Powell
Ottawa, Jan. 29.—Grant Powell,
who for many years was under
Seoretary of State, died at noon today.
SOCIETY   CARDS.
F(\      XT*     FKATBRNAr.   OEDRt   OF
_ •   KJ.   -L-*. KAOUJ8,    Rowland  Aerie,
No, io, Kegnlar:meetlnta e»er» Monday eren-
iacMp. m. Mlneta'Omoa Hall.
A ,H, Dutton W  r
FOR SALE—House and Lot,
Price $360., corner of Kootenay
avenue and Washington Btreet,
Enquire at premises, or Wm. Beaty
POWDER SMOKE— Did, it ever
give you headaohe? Dr. Sootts
headaohe powders are a qnick and
sure ours,   Bold atMoncwa Drug
aore
The Hangman   Starta
Toronto, Jan. 29.—Radoliff, the
hangman, left Toronto yesterday
for Calgary, where the hanging of
Cashel is scheduled to take plaoe
on Tuesday next.
THE
London Directory,
CONTAINING over 2000 pages of condensed commercial matter, enables
enterprising traders throughout the Empire to keep in close touch with the trade
of the Motherland. Besides being a com
plete commercial guide to London and
its Suburbs, the London Directory contains lists of:—
EXPORT.MERCHANTS
with the goods they ship, and the Colon
iul and Foreign markets they supply.
STEAMSHIP LINES
arranged under the Ports to which they
sail,   and   indicating   the  approximate
sailings.
PROVINCIAL APPENDIX
of Trade Notices of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., iu the principal
towns  und   industrial   centres  of   the
United Kingdom.
copy A of the 1004 edition will be for
arded freight paid en receipt of Post
Office Order for £1.
The London Directory Co.,Ltd.
25 Abcburch Lane, London, E. C.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
C.P.R. ATLANTIC S.S. LINE
from St. John.
L.Champlain,Feb.2o L.Manitoba Feb.6
ALLAN LINE
From St. lohn.
Pretorian Feb. 8   Causian.    .Jan.30
DOMINION LINE
From Portland
Dominion Feb. 27 Canada. .Feb.6.
AMERICAN    LINE
Philadelphia .. Jan. 30   St. Louis.. Feb.6
RED STAR LINE
Finland Feb.6   Zeeland... Jan. 30
CUNARD LINE
Saxonia Jati 30       Etruria .Feb 6
WHITE 81AR LINE
Majestic     Ftb.3    Oceanic.       Feb. n
FRENCH LINE
LaChampaigQeFebiLaTouralneFeb 11
ALLAN STATE LINE
Corithian..Feb.4   Nuinidian....Feb   18
Continental sailings of North German
Lloyd, H. A. P. and Italian lines on application.   Lowest rates on all lines.
W. P. F. CUMMINGS,
G. S. S, Agt., Winnipeg
0,W. DEY, Agent,
C. P.R, Depot, Rossland,
NOTICE
Take Notice—that a plaint has been
entered and summons issued out of the
County Oourt of Kootenay holden at
Rossland, wherein the Nelson and Fort
Sheppard Railway Company are plaint
ills and the Cnnadian Pacific Exploration, Limited, are defendants, and
wherein the plaintiffs claim is as foi-
cws:
The olaintiffs claim from the defendants tbe sum cl $650.00. The following
are the particulars:
To 200,000 feet of mining timber sold
by the plaintiffs to the defendants at 50
cents per thousand $100.
To 2,200 cords of woods at 25 cts,
per cord. $550.
Total'
$650,
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that an order made herein on the 2qth.
day of December, 1903, wherein it is
ordered that service of the summons,
piaint and the said order be effected by
publishing notice of the said summons,
plaint, and order for six weeks in the
' World'' newspaper, published in the
City of Rossland, and poeting to the de-
fetdantj of a registered letter containing
a copyot the "World" newspaper hav
Ing the first publication of such adver
tisemen addressed to such defendants
at there registered office in London,
England, shall be good and sufficient
ervice upon the def endants of the said
ssummons, plaint and said order.
The first publication of this advertise
ment is on the 30th day of December
1903
Levar** V-Z (Wiso Head) DiairJecUnt Soap
Powder duatcd in tha bath •often* tha
■TataT aktita same time that W diiinfecU. m
Liberal-Conservative  Convention.
At Victoria on   the   First Day   of February, 1904.
The oonvention of the Liberal-Conservative Union of Britiah Columbia -till be held in Viotoria, on Monday, the Firat of February, 1904,   oomsaenoing at 9:30 o'olook a. m.
All Liberal-C?naervatives will be weloome. The to right vote ia confined to delegatea ohoaen by Liberal-Con
aervative A8Bociation or district meetings convened for thia purpose. Five delegates for every member of the
Provincial Legislature to whioh eaoh separate oonBtituenoy may be entitled, auch delegates to be elected by
the Liberal- Conservative voters of the electoral diatrict or riding. Proxies oan only be used by membera
of the Union.
| |Busineaa—General, election of offieere and suoh other matters as may be brought forward.
J. S. SEYMOUR,
Chairman of Executive
ALBERTA
FRESH BUTTER
25c per pound
AT
AGNEWS
Tha Leading Qroclar
MORTGAGE  SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale cout.vned in a certain Mortgage
whieh will be produced at the time of
sale, there will be offered for sale by
Public Auction by Walter J. Robinson
Esq., Auctioneer, on the premises below
described on Wednesday, the 24th. day
oi February, 1004, at tne hour of n
o'clock in the forenoon, tbe following
valuable property situated in the Town
of Rossi-nd, and betng composed of Lot
No. 6 in Block 42. according to Map No
570, of the said Town of Rossland'
The said property is situated on the
north side of Columbia avenue, and on
the same is said to be a 3-story office
and store building.
Terms of Bale.—10   per   eent  of the
purchase money at the time of sale and
the balance within thirly days thereafter
The sale will be subject to a r serve bid.
For further particulars apply to
Mcdonnell, McMaster Sc Geary,
51 Yjnge Street, Toronto,
Solicitors for Vendors'.
Rossland B. C.
Dated Jan. 26th 1004,
The Evening World is
the paper that has the
circulation. So if you
want to get good results
from your advertisements
put them in a paper that
is read not by part of the
people, but by all the
people. It may cost a
little more, but you will
find it cheaper in the
end. Stop and think
about it.
The Alhambra
Family   Liquor
Store
We supply only first class goods.
Our Wines and Liquors are especially adapted to family and medi
oinal purposes. All goods at whole'
sal prices. Goods delivered to
any part of the city.   Phone 268.
GEO. OWEN  Prop.
"BEWEAR"
Editor Evening Would—
There seems to be a misapprehension concerning the letter in
your paper on Friday last, regarding the oity clerk, that I wrote the
eaid letter.
I wish to state that I had nothing
whatever to do with the communication, aa the writer of the letter
was H. B. Mackintosh, brother of
Governor Mackintoab of this oity
Yours Sincerely,
Harry McIntosh,
Hoffman House.
ESTABLISHED 1849-
GEORGE GREEN.
THE FOUNDRY.
ABERYSTWYTH,        -:-        ENGLAND,
Manufacturer of Concentrating Machinery.
MEDALS—Royal Cornwall Polytechnic; Gold medal' International  Minirp Exhi
bition, Crystal Palace, 1890.    Only award for Concentrators.
SPECIALTIES:
Stamps with latest'improvements, of up-to-date design, and with wearing parts 01
Hadfield's steel,;frcm 2 cwts. to 10 cwts. per heao, Stent busters, Ciusleis, Ji«f
Trommels, i Vanners, etc., all constructed in sections for facility of ttf rsr< rt il de
sired. Patent Portable Crushing; and Amalgamating Pans for Prospecting, A
small concentrating plant to treal up to five tons erected at the works by wbick
commercial results can be seen by intending purchasers for a n eiei) 1«n ir.al cts
Estimates for complete plants on application.   Special attention given to amutf
engineer's specifications.   Telegrams—"JIGGER." Abervstwvth.
SOIREE MUSICALE
Given by Paul Kauffmann's Pupils and  Orchestra.
Friday Evening January 29, At Tbe Miners' Union Hall. At 8 O'clook
Sharp.
PART 1
/.   March—"Directorate       .       ,       .       .       ,       , Sousa
Orchestra and Piano, Four Hands.
Piana, Miss Nettie Lingle and Ira McNaughton
2.   Polonaise       Hoist
Miss Cyprienne Le Blanc
J.   Piano Duet—"Mazurka"       .  Behr
Miss Flossie Hooper and Howard Owen
4.   Harvest Dance Poolnaist Keller
Miss Alice Braden
J.    Slar of the Sea, Reverie Kennedy
Miss Anna V. M. Robinson
6.   [a)   Loreley Fantasie—Arr. for string quartette and piano, Weiss
Solo Violin, Miss Gladys Stewart
Piano, Miss Grace Stewart
(b)   "Reve Apres le Bal"—Arranged for string quartette
and piano Boustei
Solo Violin, Miss Margaret McCraney ; Piano, Miss Blanche
Raymer: Violin Secondo, Robert Kenning; Viola
Ira McNaughton; Cello, Paul Kauffmann
y.    Vocal Solo—"Answer" Robyn
Miss Ina Uuquhart
Piano Accompanist, Miss Blanche Raymer
Violin Obbligato, Miss Margaret McCraney
8.    String Quartette with IHano Accompaniment-
la)   Op. 8        Pleyel
Piano, Miss Alice Fox
(b)   Menucttfrom E flat Symphony      ....    Mozart
Piano, Misses Grace Stewart and Anna Robinson
Violins, Misses Nettie Lingle, Margaret McCraney, Katie
Mc Dougal, Gladys Stewart, George Dunn,
Robert Kenning, Horace Le Blauc
Viola, Ira McNaughton ; Cello, Paul Kauffmann
PART 2
9.   "Dream on ilie Ocean" Gungl
Orchestra and Piauo, Four Hands
Piano, Miss Blanche Raymer and Ira McNaughton
10. Piano Duet—"Spanish Dance," Op. 12       .       .     Mosskowski
Miss Nettie Lingle and Ira McMatighton
11. Vocal Duet from "II Trovatore" ....        Verdi
Misses Mary and Katie Purcell
Violin Obbligato, Miss Margaret McCraney, Robert Kenning
12. Piano Solo—"Tarantel/e," Op. Sj      ....      Heller
Ira McNaughton
13. (a)   Mazurka—"Dell Oro," arranged for mandolin orchestra
 Tomaso
(b)   Mandolin Polka, arranged for mandolin orchestra   .   Pratt
Mandolins, Miss Laura E. Gordon, Mrs. C. M. Lancaster,
Mr, Merlon Stephens, Mr. Paul Kauffmann
Guitars, Misses Kathyleen Byrne, Mary Purcell
Mr. Roy Stephens
Violins, Misses Kate McDougall, Margaret McCraney,
Gladys Stewart, George Dunn, Robert Kenning
Ira  McNaughton.
Piano, Miss Mabel Lockhart
14. Violin Solo—"II Trovatore,"Fantasie      .      .      .      Singelee
Miss Margaret McCraney
ij.   "Bonnie Sweet Bessie, the Maid of Dundee," arranged for
violin, piano and cornet	
Violin, Robert Kenning
Piano, Miss Alice Fox
Cornet, Theodore Manhire
16.   "Marche aux Flambeaux"      ....       Scotson Clark
Orchestra and Piano, Four Hands
Piano, Missus Mabel Ijockhart and Blanche Raytner

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