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Array THE
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VEN1NG WORLD
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Vol. I No. 31
ROSSLAND, B.C, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1901.
Price Five Cents.
Hanan Shoes
THE BIG STORE
ROYAL BRAND CLOTHING.
Men's Suits in
Worsted Stripes
Scotch Tweeds,
Irish Tweeds,
Canadian Tweeds.
Boys' Suits
Children's Suits
Boys' and Children's
Wash Suits,
Blouses and Waists.
SPECIAL: Men's Calf and Vici Kid Shoes, $3.50
(TCOMPLETE DEPARTMENTS-5
J        Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries Hardware, Crockery
AMRICAN SHIRTS, Goad Washers, Good Fitters, Swell Patterns.
STETSON HUTS | HUNTER BROS. I BELL SHOES
VERY GOLD SNAP
Winter Weather in Idaho
and Oregon.
SIX DEGREES OF FROST NOTED
All Fruits end Vegetables Destroyed
—The Coldest June for Twenty
Years Back.
Baker City, Oro., June (j.—The
coldest weather for a period of 20
years litis been recorded here. Tlie
mercury fell six degrees below the
freezing point. All fruit, such as
cherries, apples, pears, prunes and
filums were killed and all vegetables were destroyed.
Boise, Idaho, June (i.—This vicinity has been visited by a severe
frost, tht! like of which huB .not
been known in this section for 15
years. The government weather
bureau reports a temperature of
30, while places throughout the
valley report a temperature as low
as 25 degrees. Fruit is damaged
seriously. In the Grand Hound
valley in Oregon there  was   snow.
Discount Reduced.
UNION MEN |
When You Want Union Made Shoes W\\
buy thoee manufactured by 7^
The   John   McPherson   company ol _»
Hamilton.   This linn  was the tirst   in _m
Onnada to adopt the  Union Label, and _J
they (li'l eo voluntarily and not altar he- _5
inn forced tn 'l as some oilier firms wc -«
could mention  who  are  now  parading n3J
their union  principles  before  -on,  and 3
BBkinK for your patrp age.    These goods ^
ore sold in Kaselaml by 7^
W. F. McNEILL, |
Next the postollieo. _2
Charlef
company
O'Brien"
Crin   Verner   ami   in
will   present    "Shamus
at the  Opera  house this
Communication.
Editor World:
Please state lire limits boundary
and city regulations as the building chimneys. Taxpayer.
CARPENTER & Co
Are now carrying a"large and complete lnuol Kodaks and hand osm-
cr*a, ami Amateur Photographers
Supplies at Toronto and New York
list prices. Why Hend away lor
your gnoals when yon cm buy right
in home anil save t.'ie mall anal express charges.
CABPENTER & CO.*
}ver Dominion Express office
Amateur
Photo
Supplies ^      \
Linton Bros.
LBOOK    STORE,
No. 36 Columbia Avenue.
»i%%%!%%gjM______3_»_»__:
R. D. McMillan,
Merchant Tailor,
•PHONE 256.
Columbia Ave. P. O. Blk.
Take Your Prescriptions
Rossland's
Pioneer Drug
Store
The first Drugstore lo be established
in thc camp we bavekept pace with the
eity in its growth, and always carry tlie
best stock of I'ure Drugs and Chemicals
A full line of Patent Medicines, Toilet
Articles, Pel fumes and Sundries, always
on hand.
V. & N. Phone No, 3
T. R. MORROW,
The Pioneer Druggist
[City bylaw No. ,'! provides that
■very chimney or fllue built or
constructed within the city shall
be of brick or stone or iion-eom-
buslible (naterial, having walls not
less than four inches thick exclusive of plastering. It must be four
feet al least  above   any   woodwork
or ridge of building, The Hue shall
not hi- less than 60 BqUaro Inches
area. Tbe lire limits as defined
can be ascertained at tho city   of-
Ice.   Tho-description is too long to
irinl.—I'M.]
London, June G.—The rale of
discount of the, Band of England
was reduced from four to three and
a half per cent, today.
Calcutta, Juno 6.—Thu Bank of
Bengal's rate of discount was reduced from seven to six per cent,
today.
Just received  a consignment  ot
latest designs in wall paper at V,  VV.
Pretty's. tf
union convention in favor of organizing a political labor party.
It was determined that the
federation should have an attorney retained by the year, and
his appointment was left to the
executive board.
A Lumbar Fire.
Parry Sound, June G.—Conger
lumber yard was destroyed by lire
this morning. Loss estimated at
$90,000.
BOUNDARY
COMMISSION
A Gain for Canada—Line
Much Further South
Than Supposed.
Lascelles Insane.
Hon. Francis Lascelles of East
Kootenay who recently shot and
Killed his Chinaman cook has been
committed to the asylum for the
Insane at New Westminister.
Lascelles was arrested by coroner Elliott and constable Cameron
at his ranch, soon after tho shooting, and taken to Golden where he
was examined by Drs. Elliott aud
Taylor and the committment foi
lowed.
Yen Cannot  help  being pleased with
your clothei if you  have them  made at
Sharp a\ C'ii.'p, the tailors, tl
Lot for Saio
An excellent lcsidenec corner for $250.
Kasy terms, $25 down, $i0 per month.
Apply, F. A. Newton, I36 Columbia
avenue.
EYES
Scientifically
Examined,
The freshest fruits in  season   always
;it Paulson Bros. tf
I. O O F Grand Lodge,
■ II. J. Raymer left at noon
today for Nanaimo, 15. C. Mr.
Raymer goes to attend the
Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. meeting.
Dr. and Mrs. D. E. Kerr and
Thomas Embleton left yesterday
for Nanaimo. The Dr. and Mr.
lOinblcton being the representatives
to Grand Lodge from the local
lodge iu Kosslaml.
Whatcom, Wash., June G.—The
boundary commission of the American and Canadian governments,
now engaged in re-locating the international line on the western
slope of Cascade mountains, have
completed their work through the
Mount Baker mining district. They
lind that it turns three-fifths of a
mile further south than has been
heretofore supposed, but all of the
more valuable mines remain on
American territory.
MUST ARBITRATE
Men   Dismissed   Becanse
They Formed Union.
SAME AS IT IS AT NORTHPORT
Company Asked to Reinstate   Dismissed Men or Arbitratelthe
Whole Question.
New York, June 6.—Five men
employed by the United Traction
company, who took a leading part
in the late tie up have been dischar-
ed and all declare that they were
dismissed because of their connection with tho Amalgamated association of street car employes. They
Complained to their local branches
and President Sheehan said: We
shall make a formal protest against
the discharge of these live men to
the directors of the company. Our
late agreement with them was that
such cases should be arbitrated.
We intend they shall be.
Call at F. W,  Pretty's and see their
widl paper at 11 cents per single roll,   tf
MINOR MENTION.
Cross !<. Blackwell'a marmalade
ind pickles at Paulson llros.
lams
If
WESTERN    FEDERATION.
Election of Officers—Denver the Next
Place of Meeting.
And SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
BY Wheatley
Opthlamic   Refractionist
At Sshofield'9 Jewelry Store
Tho Western Labor union elected officers us follows: President,
Daniel McDonald, ilntte; vice-
president, J, C. MoLoore, Lead, S.
D.; secretary treasurer, Clareuce
.Smith, Wallace, Idaho; executivo
board, Roady Keneban, Denver;
P. J. Polletier, Butte; F. W. Wal-
Ion, Wallace, Idaho; F. \V. Cronin,
Iiulte; Keese Davis, Red Lodge
Mout.
It, was decided to hold the next
meeting in Denver, the date to be
agreed upon later.
Tho convention adopted by a
nearly tinamious vote the resolution
sent over from the Western Labor
Spokane and Hilliard had a
suow storm yesterday. At the latter
place two inclu s of tho beautiful
fell.
Alfred McMillan went over to
the Snowshoe mine this morning.
J. E. Leckie, Greenwood, is at
the Kootenay.
W. H. Folding entertained the
lire brigade at tbe hall last even-
ng in recognition of their services
when his residence was burned.
The members of tbe Star Baseball club will moot this evening at
J. E. Honey's at 8 o'clock.
Harry Mcintosh of the Hoffman
accompanied by his family is at
the Halcyon Hot Springs.
A hearty vote of thanks from
Larry McKelvey was tendered the
Rossland miners union.anil all who
took part in the recent benelit ball
given Mr. McKelvey.
Bon Stout has bonded his Sheep
Creek claims to a Spokane syndicate for s).'!0,000.
Fresh Lake Superior trout at the
Central   Meat   Market, corner  of
First   avenue    and     Washington
street. l-t
Charles Stoddard left (or a two
weeks' holiday in Spokane today.
Messrs.   Hart-MoHarg,   Qeorge
Agnew and E. W. Huff   were elected members ol the city  Board ol
Trade last evening.
Hats greatly reduced at   Eagles'.
A few bargains in children's hats
at Fugles'. 2-t
Everything in the store greatly
reduced at Fugles'. Must be .dosed
out before the end of July.       2-t
Still a few wrappers left. "Great
bargains," at Eagles'. 2-t
Great bargains in ladies' trimmed hats. All millinery must be
sold out before the end of July at
Fagles'. 2-t
Great bargains in corsets at
Eagles'. 2-t
If you want a nice suit ol clothes made
call at Sharp & Co.'s, the tailors.     tf
THE BOERS
DEFEATED
Thirty-Seven   Killed,  100
Prisoners, and  Large
Supplies Captured.
Pretoria. June 5.—Colonel  Wilson with 240 of Kitcheners   scouts
has surprised and routed 400 Boers
belonging     to    Beyer's command
114   miles   west of  Warm   Baths.
The Boers resisted stubbornly   but;
finally broke and  fled, leaving 37
dead, a hundred prisoners aud  all
their wagons and  supplies,   including 8,000 cattle in the hands of the.
British'.   The loss of the latter was
three men killed and fifteen wound- -
ed.
Beyer's main command arrived,
ou the scene soon after tho engagement but sailed to attempt to re-
capture the supplies. Beyor was
left practically without any transport or supplies. ':
See our window displuy.   best canned
goods in thc market.   Paulson liro-i.     t
NORTHPORT
MEN HERE
An   Informal   Conference
Held in Rossland This
Morning.
II. It. Shed the president of the
Mill and Sineltennens' union at
Northport and Frank E. Wood-
Hide, secretary of the Rossland
Miners' union bad an Informal
conference with a citizens' committee here this morning composed
of Mayor Lalonde and Messrs.
Howes,,). B. Johnson, James Martin and others. No definite action
was taken in the matter the committee desiring to have the men's
side of the casefully presented, and
Ibis was given by Mr. Shed.
Hello, Hartley,  box of
Phone 171, V. & N.
strawberries.
Sight Guaranteed.
Protect your best faculty and save
your sight. .Spectacles will be fitted under a positive guarantee of satisfaction,
while Dr. Harvey is with tbe Rossland
Drug Co. Hours: ten to twelve and
two to five daily. tf THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C, JUNE 6, iqoi
The Evening World
By the WorId_Publiahii._ Company.
Published daily in Miners' Uuion hall, Rosa-
land, in the loterest of organized labor in Iliitisli
Columbia.
Knit-red at thc Rossland, B. C. postoffice for
transmission through the malls, May 1,1901, as
second class readiug matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATKS-Fiftv 'cents per
mouth or $soo year, invariable in advance, Ad-
ve-tlsiaig   ratns made known on  application.
Address   all   communications   to   lames II
ossla
Fletcher, Manager, P. O. box 55S, Rossland, B. C
NORTHPORT SITUATION.
The World publishes today a
statement prepared by the uniou
men at Northport Betting out
fieir account of the ^trouble
with the smelter management from
the oommencement, about three
weeks ago up to the present mom
ent. We ask a careful perusal of
this statement by all union men in
this city and by the public generally. As it is probable that an arbitration of the difficulties may yet
be had we do uot care to comment
too strongly on the situation or
say anything at the moment which
might hinder oi- prevent a friendly
settlement. The whole matter
is clearly one for friendly arbitra-
tration now. What it may grow
ta if no settlement is reached is
another thing. The union press
for arbitration and if the manager
of the smelter desires to be
fair and just he can hardly refuse
to at least have the statements of
the mauagemeut and the men
placed side by sidebefore the public
by au independent board of arbitrates so that before the trouble
spreads further we may all understand thoroughly the true facts involved.
A NON-UNION
WORMKAN
Disturber   of  the   Peace
Fined  at Northport—
His Gun Gone.
EMPEY'S
,?n  •^St.^AAn^.^^.^.^..
70eatV&0*9«9aVe3asrava_a9S_KgP*
Hell'-, Hartley,  box of  strawberries
'Phone 171, V. & N.
Hello, boys, call around and see
Davidson ai tiuigley at their new place
of bi.siness, the "Queen," Columbia
avenue. ■   tf
What Macdonald Says-
Bernard Macdonald manager of
the Le Roi at Rossland, and Bela
Kadish manager of the Northport
smelter, are at the Hotel Spokane.
They came down from the norlh
last evening.
"There has been no attempt at
arbitrating the Northport labor
troubles," said Mr. Macdonald in
answer to a question. "I do not
know when work at the smelter
will be resumed."
He would say nothing more.—
Spokesman Review.
Tha   Late H.   Gillan
The following resolutions roferr
ing to the decease of the late  Hav
elock Gillan were unanimously adopted   by   the  Rossland    Miners'
union last evening:
Whereas; it has pleased the
Ruler of the Universe to remove
from our midst our worthy und
respected Brother Jfuvelock Gillan,
Resolved, that in the death of
Havelock Gillan, the Miners' union
has lost a worthy friend and respected citizim.    lie it further
Kesolveil, that we extend our
heartfelt sympathy iii 1 In- brothers'
family in this hour of their bereavement, that our charter be
draped for thirty days and these
resolutions be published in the
Rossland Evening World antl
spread on the minutes of this union.
Frank E. Woodside, Soc'y-
lyriie case of Fred Yager charged
with assault aud battery on I.
Sunderland, was tried by Justice
Travis on Friday when the Justice
discharged the accused. Justice
Travis fouud from the evidence
that Mr. Yager was iu charge of
the Northport Hotel; that Sunderland was disturbing inmates, aud
that Yager used only such force as
was necessary to expel Sunderland
from the house.
Sunderland, when on the stand,
admitted that the gun he had on
his person was given him by. the
officers of the Northport Smelting
company to protect himself against
the strikers. When Sunderland
was thrown out of the house he
fell sprawling on tho sida walk in
front of Mayor Daniels, who happened to be passing at the time.
As he fell the pistol dropped from
his side coat pocket and a by stand-
er picked it up.
later, on the same day, Friday
tbe case of I Sunderland for carrying concealed weapons came up before Police Justioe Hughes. The
accused pleaded guilty and a fine
of $60 and costs and imprisonment
until paid was imposed. The enforcement of the judgement was
suspended for 24 hours and Mr.
Sunderland has not been seen
since. Tbe city confiscated the
weapon, which is a new 38-oalibre,
double-action Smith & Wesson.—
Northport News.
Wall Paper and Paints.
See Daniels and Chambers for the
latest designs in wall paper and the
best quality of paints. Phone V. & N.
182.        tf.
FOR SALE.
A new eight-roomed house under con-
struelion with basement, kitchen and
cellar, two lote, plaining mill, 30-horee
power and engine, andolher machinery
ready for operation, a quantity of rough
and dressed lumber finishing material,
one horse, two single waggons, one cart,
one single sleigh, one cutter, two sets
harness, one Taylor safe, 30 inches wide,
36 inches high by 26 inches deep. Will
noil cheap. Apply to Edward Logan on
premises, Second avenue east. 4-t
New Firm.
Morrish & Co., have bought out the
business of the Collins House and they
will be glad to see all of their friends at
their place of business. tf
Rossland's
Greatest gost
Sale!
See Prices 1
„ EMPEY'S {
International Music Hall
Week Commencing Monday, May 217.
Kirehners
Famous
Orchestra
Vocalists and
Entertainers
PURITA KIRCHNER,
Petite Soibretle mid Daneuse
ELLA KIRCHNER,
Musical Specialties
Erb and George Kirchner
Tha Cerinau Swell*.
EDYTHE STANLEY   FRED HOBBS
Special Announcement, Friday, June 7, %
6-R0UND_B0XING*C0NTEST-6 f
Dal Hawkins vs. Kid Lee 1
ADMISSION TO CONTEST 50 Cents,   v • J
V, & N. Phone 17
POSrOFFICE BOX 297
THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING CO. Ltd.
-DEALERS IN-
Hay, Grain,Feed* Mill Stuffs
B. & K. Rolled Oats, Cereal Products,
Wheat, Whole Corn, Cracked Corn and
O-KOTTaT^riD COB]^ ^'S^
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL.
^mwmwmmi!f!tfmmm^f^wnfnf!?fwfnmmfnfmmi_!
We have  the largest assortment of
Union Made Shoes
in Rossland for men, women ancl boys, misses
and children, made by
the following firms, J. D,
King & Co. and Weston
Bros., Toronto, Seguin
Laline & Co., St Hya-
cynthe.
C. 0. Lalonde,
THE SHOE MAN
inMmiiimiimmimim^
TO MUSICIANS.
We have jutjt received a new consignment of tbe latest styles in cloth. Call
and see them. Sharp & Co.'s, the tailors, tf
Mr. A Kiichner, who was formerly
band master in New York City and
Brooklyn, inyites all musicians who are
interested in starting a good brass band
in Rossland to apply to linn lor membership at the International. Music
Hsll.    lie will give instructions free. 6-t
Prof. DeLoon Jiau removed from
the (Joltiiiiliin hotel to the corner
of First avenue und Washington
Street, two doors west of the- Head-
i[iiurtorH hotel. This will he his
lust move. All kinds of ladies'
hair work done. Dandruff curi-
for sale.            0-4-51
Get Your Paper*
and magazines at tha Postoffice New
Stand. A full line of stationery alway
on band. Agency for the Evbmino
World.
A Church Party.
The young people of the Baptist
church propoBe giving an entertainment at the Baptist church on
Monday evening, June 10, commencing at 3 o'clock. A good program has heen prepared and during the evening strawberries and
cream will be served. Admission
to the entertainment, silver collection. Strawherries and cream, 15
cents for one, 25 cents for two.    4t
H. W. SIMPSON,
—Dealer in—
Groceries, Flour,
Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Mill Feed.
Second avenue. V. & N. Phone 68
Rossland Cigar Factory.
Why not patronize a home in-
dutsryV It will assist Union labor
and keep the money at home. Ask
for a Crown Grant or W. B ■ Cigar
when you buy.
EVERY smoker is on the look-out
for tobacco that smokes cool
and does not sting the tongue.
(SMOKING
combines  these   qualities, besides   being  £
of fine aroma	
FL.TJG.
^« VIRGIN GOIyD" IS UNION MADE.
EACH PI/UG BEARS THE M/UE LABEL.
Ask your dealer for it and refuse substitutes.
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$ LOTS OF LOTS.
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erty for Sale.
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Those wishing to buy desirable lots
in any of the Railway Additions, or
acreage near fthe L'city, IJGarden Lands,
Fruit Farms, Chicken Ranches, Etc., are
requested to call at our City Office.   fc
We have some fine residence lots
which we offer at prices and terms none
can object to. ^ v^J ^ Come and let us
show you what we have to offer.
E. CHARLES, Land Agent,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard  Railway,
Cor. Third avenue andjWashington St. Opp. Red Mt. Hy,
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I Plants For Sale.
A New Shipment of Potted Plants
in Bloom, at Prices Most Reasonable.   Come and See Our Window.
MORRISON & BRYBNTON
124 E. Columbia Ave
%%%*%«*%%««-%%«-*-«**«%«*%>%-%%%«,%*.%*/%-%*%%•
P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke.Green-
wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL MARKETS-Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Ymir, Kaslo,
Sandon, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, Grand Forks,
Greenwood,  Phoenix,  Midway, Camp   McKinney,
Revelstoke, Ferguson and Vancouver.
Fish,   Game and   Poultry in Season, Sausages of  All Kinds.
WM. DONALD, Manager Rossland Branch
I***************************-*.***********************
G. W. McBRIDE, \
| Hardware, Miners' Supplies, Stoves, X
* Ranges, Etc., Etc. ♦
************************************** ****** -********
WOOD
I havii taken over the control of the Red 8t»r Trani-
fer Company's  wood business and oidnrs left with
me at thc old stand on  Washington street will re
ceive prompt attention.   Well seasoned wood of all kinds delivered to »ny
part of the city.
Washington Street,
Opposite Bank of Montreal.
W.F. LINGLE.
mSm
t.@PW. >
_**£>•
THE BOOT AND SHOE WORKERS' UNION STAMP
Is used by THE J. O. KING CO., Limited, upon all
their manufacture of Boots and Shoes.   No strikes, cessation
of work or labor difficulties promote the highest possible production of perfect workmanship.   In thus consulting the interests
uf the consumer we urge that you DEMAND
The J. D. KING CO.'S
UNION MADE SHOES
1\ Good Idea,
jt Union Store.
The Peoples Store, Clifton Block, will be conducted as a UNIONMjrORIC. All goods ordered for
the fall trade will.be.UNION MADE with a Union Label attached to each and every articlp. The goods now
in stock not bearing tlie.union.lubel will be sold at any
price to get rid of them, so that no|othetbut union made
goods will he carried in stock. And the, prices will be
lower than those of our competitors.
The Peoples Store
CLIFTON BLOCK.
B. Bannctt THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C, JUNE 6, i90i
THE MEITS VIEWS
Northport Union Men Make
Their Statement.
MUST THE  UNION   DISBAND
Detailed Account of the Trouble at
the Smelter—An Appeal to All
Union Men for Support.
Tlie union men at Northport,
having exhausted every known
means of arriving at a just settlement of their difficulties with the
smelter management, make the
following statement of all that has
transpired in the matter to date,
and confidently submit their case
to their fellow workers here and to
the public generally:
Less than three weeks ago the
employees at the Northport smelter
were startled by the announcement
that the smelter management had
made a wholesale discharge -of the
carpenters employed in and about
the works. A few days more and
the machinists were summarily disposed of in the same manner. It
had been officially Btated that the
smelter would be closed for general
repairs for at least ten days or per-
hapB a little longer. It was however a very unusual proceeding on
the part of the managemnt to make
a wholesale discharge of either carpenters or machinists, just before a
close down for general repairs, for
at luch a time, carpenters and
machinists are in greater demand
than at- other times. It was soon
learned that both carpenters and
machinists, were being employed"
by the company, but no union men;
that the union men were being discriminated againBt, that Contractor
WatBon had received instructions
from the company to employ no
union carpenters in and about his
contract work. Carpenters approached Mr. Watson for employment, but were politely told by him
that his contract with the company
would not permit him to employ
union men.
The discharge of all union
officials, who had long been in the
employ of the company, and who
at previous times, when the smelter
had been closed down, had always
baen retained, made matters quite
clear, and it became apparent that
an attack was being made by the
smelter management upon the
union and its members.
A delegation of the union interviewed Manager Kadish as to the
cause of hiB giving instructions to
Contractor Watson not to employ
union carpenters, and was very
bluntly told that he "was after the
union and would force it out of existence."
It was only a few dayB thereafter
that both Foramen Sabin and
Brownrig and also Superintendent
Connolly, informed the employes
that they must either quit the
union or quit the works, and that
they had received their orders and
instructions from Manager Kadish
to. pursue such a course. When the
men responded that they did not
like the idea of quitting the union
they were told that in that event
they must quit the works, and
generally tho men responded by
doing so.
If more was needed to convince
the members of the union that their
organization was menaced, let us
call attention to the fact that the
president of the union, shortly after
the wholesale discharge of the carpenters, was called into Manager
Kadish's office and told by him, "I
am going to burst up the union and
as quickly as I can will start up
one furnace with non-union men,
then another, and so on until all
five of the furnaces are running
with non-union men."
There, waa no. longer room for
doubt. Every union man knew he
must quit his union or quit the
works. The fiat has gone forth
that the Northport Mill and Smelt-
ermen's union must be broken up.
DraBtic changes had already been
adopted by the smelter management. Something must be done by
the union. What to do was tlie
question. Should we continue our
union or should we disband? • The
situation was fraught with circumstances that made the bravest
heart to measure its beats in acknowledgement of the Btrained position that had, and was being imposed upon them by their unmerciful taskmasters.
The hopes of those who joined in
building the union had been lifted
up with great expectations. They
had looked forward to the time,and
that not far distant, when they
would Bee a line edifice roaring it-
self-am'idst the continuous smoke
of the smelter, where a library of
biography, history, fiction, science
and the economics would always
bo found for perusal, study and as
a means of advancing knowledge.
Where rooms for general recreation
of all kinds would be amply supplied with instruments for the furtherance of rest, re-invigoration
and the pleasures which go inseparably with a healthy and happy
human existence. Where they
could meet in debate and oratorical
contests over questions involving
tae perpetuity of the best principles
of our government. But alas, the
command has gone forth that we
must quit and give up the God-
given right to associate ourselves
together for our pleasure, edification and protection! We undor-
stood that the constitution promised us equality and justice; that
freedom of speech was vouchsafed
to each and every mother's son of
us and that wc could worship God
after the dictates of our individual
consciences. But no; the edict has
gone forth that we must obey the
dictates of our employers in all
things.
One of three courses seemed open
for us to pursue: First—To quit
our homes and go elsewhere. Second—To quit the union and go
back to work. Third—To quit the
smelter and throw ourselves on the
uncertain chances of what is usually termed "a strike."
We could not give up the right
of free men to organize for our own
protection, and the protection of
wage earners wherever found. We
could not, after having taken sacred pledges to support certain
principles framed and intended for
the maintainancc of the brotherhood of labor, so oasily surrender
our relations with our beloved
union and to work under the outrageous conditions offered. We
could not, after having purchased
lots, commenced the erection of
cottages in which to house our
wives and little ones, after having
iocated here and becoming identified with the building of tlie city,
the development of thc agricultural, lumber and mineral resources
of our adopted home, pull up stakes
on a moment's warning and go
elsewhere.
With one voice we declared we
would not surrender our union,
that we would not be driven from
our homes and from our country
and hence wc stand one solid phalanx of wage-earners demanding
recognition at the hands nf our employes. Could wc do less ami be
men? Could we do less anil be
true to the proletarian class?
Could wc do less and be true to our
wiveB and children? Could wc do
less and be true to the principles
of true democracy? We have
answered the questions propounded
by assuming the perogati ves of dem'
ocratic citizenship. Will thc business men of the community, who
to a largo extent, live off the hard
earned money of our wages, stand
for or against us? Let the further
history of this most perplexing situation give the answer.
It may be stated that the sheriff's
office of the county, the city council of Northport, the city marshal
and prominent business men of the
city have been frequently importuned, by Manager Kadish and his
representatives, to lend their influence and assistance, in various
ways, to protect the smelting company, its property and its employees. They have requested thc
sheriff to appoint a large force of
deputy-shenffB.     They    have ro-
quijsted the city marshal and city
council to deputize a large number
of assistants to patrol the streets
and prevent disturbances. They
have kept the telegraph and telephone wires red hot, as it were,
urging and demanding the city,
country, and probably state officials'
protectioh, when no danger of any
kind menaced their officers, their
property, or even their scab employes.
The sheriff, the city marshal, and
the city council have thoroughly
investigated any threatened danger
and have satisfied themselves that
the indications, or anything that
has transpired since the very first,
does not lead them to the conclus-
sion that the peace and quietness of
the city, was, or is in any way imperilled, and that no overt acts of
violence have taken place or are
threatened.
On Thursday, May 30th, a meeting of citizens was called, at the
city hall. The mayor and a few
prominent   citizens   were present.
Tho supposed object of the meeting was to consider the situation
and possibly appoint a committee
of citizens to take stepB to bring
about if possible an amicable settlement of pending difficulties.
However, thc meeting accomplished
nothing. The next day, on Friday,
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THE BEST BARGAINS IN THE CITY)
LADIES:
Why Send to T, Eaton & Co., for your
Dry Goods when you can Get Better
Bargains at McARTHTTR & HARPER'S, and See what you are
Buying; if you send by mail for your goods, it is like buying a
Pig in a Poke. *
No Mail or Express Charges to Pay Here!
it is a well known fact that we carry the largest and best assort-
menu of Dry Goods in the City and the Kootenays.
Ofiiicers and Meetings.
TRADES AND LABOR
COUNCIL— eets every second and fourth Tuesday in
each month at 7.30 P. M, in
iners' Union Hall. President, Pupert Bulmer. Address all communications to
Secretary-Treasurer, P. O.
box 784.
INERS' UNION No. 16,
Western Federation J
miners— eets every Wednesday evening at 7.30, p.
m. in iners' Union Hall.,
Frank Woodside, Secretary
Rupert  Bulmer,   President.
TYPOGRAPHICAL       UNION  No. 335,—Meets on the
last Sunday of each month
at the  Miners' Union Hall.
)\ Barkdoll,     Sec;     Wm.
Poole, Presid
CARPENTERS    &    JOINERS   UNION—   eets every
Friday of each week  at  7.
30 p.m.  in   Miners'  Union
Hall.   Adam Hay, Pres.; P
R.     cDonald, Sec,
PAINTERS* UNION, No
40. Painters and Decorators
of America,meets in Beatty's
Hall, on second and forth
Tuesday of each month. W.
S. Murphy, Pres.; Geo. W.
Shinn, Sec.
NEWSBOYS' UNION, No 3
— eet in iners' Union
Hall on the first and third
Saturdays of each month,
at 9 a. m. Mike Guydotti,
Pres.;  Jay Barton, Sec.
VVKSTKRN FEDERATION
OF MINERS -Edward Boyce
Pres, Butte, Montana; John
I''. McDonnell, vice, president, Virginia City Nevada;
|as. Maher; secretary-treasurer, Butte, Montana Room
1 ?, Owsley block. Executive Board: John C. Williams, Grass Valley, Idaho;
Jas. B. Furey, Butte, Montana, W. N. Burns, Ourry,
Colorado; Chas. H. Moyer,
Lead City, South Dakota;
Chris Foley, Rossland B. C.
DISTRICT UNION no. 6,
W. F. M.- Jas. Wilkes, Pres.
Nelson; Rupert Bulmer.vice-
president, Rossland; Alfred
Parr, secretary-treasurer,
Ymir.
MECHANICS' UNION N0.94
W. F. M.--Meets every.-i-
day evening in Batty's Hall
D.   C. Coakley. Pres. W.
W. Doty, Sec.
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O. M. Fox & Co,
Grocers,
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Teas and Coffees.   Crockery and Glassware.
Columbia Avenue,
uear Queeu.
Rossland
The
World Job
Office ....
I Is prepared to
do all kinds of
Book and
Commercial
Printing
rubbp:r stamps
seals and
rubber marking
GOODS
The GRAND UNION HOTEL it is easily seen,
Is splendidly run by Proprietor Green;
Buy one glass of beer and a
free lunch you'll 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.
aacoi. Ave.   Geo. H> Green, Prop,
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.LOOK HEREI
Talk  about getting   a  Good
Meal, just try one at tbe
St. Charles Hotel I
Everything comfortable at the
St. Charles. Good music in the
evening free. Good Wiuc, Whisky
and Cignrafor raouey. 1
TOU 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 Im"
ported Cuban goods.
The Queen Cigar Store
CROW & MORRIS, Piops.
Columbia  Avenue.
CENTRAL
MEAT  MARKET.
Fresh and Salt Meat?, Fish Game,
Poullrv and Oysters.
G.   W.   KERR,
Washington street and First ave.
V. & N. Tel.
in. P.O. box
Sail. Oflice	
anal Yards—
Thiral Ave-
mie&ndWa.sli
iiiKton street
Op. Ked Mt.
Depot.....,,,.
Special attention given to
work for organized labor
generally.
CITY BAKERY,
A. T. UENNY, ProriUETOit
All Kinds of Plain and Fancy
Bread, Cakes and Pies	
Specialties:  Wedding   Cakes, Charlott,)
Runne, Jellies, Etc.
8 Washington St.
Dkmvkiiki) Daily
iii: tan
NELSON & FT. SHEPPARD RY.
Tite only all-rniJ route between all points eas.
west and sliuLli to Kosslianal, Nelson, aud nil intermediate points, connecting at Spokane with
tne Creat Northern, Nor hern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connect nt Nelson avith steamers tor Kaslo and
Koolcuay Jake poiotl,
Connect at Meyers I-'ails with alaily Mnge for
Republic, aud connect at Hossburg wilh daily
stiii;, Tor Grnnal Forks and Greenwood,
EFFECTIVE MAY 5
Leave.
9:00 a. m.
12:50 a. 111.
<;: 10 a. m.
Spokane
Rossland.
Nelson.
Arrive.
7:35 P- "••
4:10 p. in.
7:15 P-m.
H. A. JACKSON,
General Paaseiiger Agt.
Spokane, Wash.
H. P. BROWN,
Agent, Ki'islam!, II C.
PORTO RICO
UMBER CO.
IiIMITEII
Rough and Dressed
Lumber, Shingles,
Mouldings and A-1
White Pine Lumber Always in Stoek
Mill nt Porto Rico .Siding, Yards nt
Ki.-sslinid and Nelson, Head office nt Nei-
hoii, B, C. Wc carry n complete stock of
Const Flooring. Ceiling, Inside FlnUli
TurnedWorfc, Saslteaand Doors. Special
order work will receive prompt attention
Alhambra * Hotel
$1 a day and up.
Miners' Dinner Buckets a Specialty.
The best 25c meal in town.
The   liar keeps only the Bent Goode.
If You Don't Know
You Should Know
THE
HOFFMAN HOUSE
The Meals and Rooms are the Best
Harrv Mcintosh,  Proprietor.
THOS. EMBLETON
the West Le Roi avenue Grocer,
KEEPS   EUERYTH1NG
THE MINER WANTS TO EAT
Fancy anil Staple Groceries snd
Provisions »l lowest prices.    Goods delivered lo any part of the city.
Carpet Cleaning
Works.
Carpets taken up. cleaned and
relaid,
order.
Awnings made
Phone 221.
to
J. H. HONEY
The Strand
The most elegant ami luxuriously
fitted bar in Canada. A fine
lineol the	
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
Rossland Hotel »-x
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Canadian    Paciric
■iKAILWAYi
REDUCED
RATES
EAST
May 31, and June 8, agents of
Canadian Pacific Ry., at
Kootenay common points
will issue round trip tickets
to St. Paul at $50 good for
60 d.iys with corresponding
reduction to all eastern
points from all stations.
The Pan-American Exposition
June 4, uS, July 2, 16 and Aug.
6, 20 to Buffalo at $76.
Imperial Limited"
JUNE 10TH
For time-tables, rates ind full iulorma-
ion,  call  or  address
A. C. McArthur, Depot Agt.
A. B. MACKENZIE, City Agt.
Rossland, II. C.
J. 8.
CARTER, D. P. A.
Nelson, li. 0.
E. J. Coylc A. G. P. A.
Vaicover. li. C. THE EVENING:WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C, JUNE 6, H)oi.
STOCK MARKETS
Renewed Activity in Mining Shares.
OVER  24,000 SHARES  SOLD
THEMEN'SVIEWS
[Continued from page three.]
A General Rise in Prices--Rambler-
Cariboo and CentreStar Firm-
Sales and Quotations.
Over 24,000 shares changed
hands on the Rossland exchange
this morning. There was renewed
interest shown in many stocks,
Rambler-Cariboo, Centre Star and
Republic camp mining shares being iii demand. The railroad situation at Grand Forks and Republic is probably one reason for the
activity.
Appended will be found  today's
quotations and sales here  and   in
Toronto.
Today's Toronto Quotations.
Asked       Bid
War Eagle       21 18
Centre Star        41 38
IronMask        26 24
Kambler-Cariboo ....       31 29#
Giant  4 $%
California  5 3
Evening Star  0 2
Republic  »% 9%
Payne        32 SO.t*.
Toronto sales today were:   C. G.
F. S. 2000 at 5|c, Republic 3500 at
9ijc, Payne 2500 at 30.c.
Today's Local Quotations:
Asked Bid
Athabasca * 4 oo
B. C. Gold Fields         3
Big Three          2% i
Black Tail         9 s
Brandon tk Golaleu Crown          5 2%
California          i'A 3n\
Canadian Gold fields        7 hA
Cariboo (Camp McKinney)....... 4.1 39
CentreStar  12 40
Crows Nest Pass Coal $aa 00   (So 00
Deer Trail No. a         3 2yi
Dunalee     15
Kvcning Star:Assess, jiuial)         4 a
Giant         3X 3
llollla-stake (Assess, paial)  15 13»_
Jron Musk (ABSess. paid)  33 26
Iro    Colt  I
IX t  »
llldiau Chael (Sj)ilzce)  10 3%
iu mho  10
'.in   (OroDenoro)         5 3
Knob    111  60 50
J.onePne         6JS 5
Mont*    hristo  .        3 1
Montreal Golal Fields         3A a
Morning Glory         41' 3'A
I lull Is,hi	
Moaiulain I.ion  26 20
liuble Five  G'A 4
Ncrth Star (Kast Kootenay)  70 50
Noa-elly  1% A
Old Ironsiiles  85 75
Fayne  32 27
Peoria Mined  Ijfi
Princess M nil  2J*( tY.
Suilp  27 23
ainbler-Cilriboo  31 29K
Kejiulalic  11 yji
Roaaland llonnnza G. M. & S. Co. 4 3*-i
St. Klmo Consolidated  5 3K
Sullivan  B-j- 7*4
Tamnrac (Kennetia) Assess, jaaid. tTA 3%
Tom Tliumh \A
Van Anda  2%
Virginia  3 1
War Ka_!e Consolidated  2i'4 20
Waterloo  \A
White Bear  2 I
Winnipeg  6 3A
Today's Sales:
Homestake, 2000, 14c; Rambler-
Cariboo, 1000, 1000, 29Jc,1000, 30c;
Centre Star, 1500, 3500,41c; Giant,
2000, 34,c, 3000, 3}c; War Eagle.
3000,21k.; Morning Glory, 2000,
3_c; Princess Maud, 5000, I.e. Total sales, 24,500 shares.
For choice fruiis and fresh candies
ci II at 41 Columbia avenue, or orders by
V. & N. 'Phone 159 will be delivered to
you. tf
Now is the time to eet a bargain in a
tailor made suit at aSharp & Oo.'b. the
tailors. . tf
Collis Si Co., for line commercial printing.   Coll up 'phone 88. tf
J L. Whitney & Co.
MINING   BROKERS.
II. G. and Washington Stocks a specialty
47 Columbia avenue.
Tbe Reddin-Jackson Co., Ud. Ly
ESTABLISHED 1896
STOCK BROKERS
Money Loaned on Real Estate at 12 per
annum on monthly payments.
Richard Plewman
Stock  Broker
Bank of Montreal Building
V. & N. Phone 83
ORDE & CO.,
Mining Stocks,   Heal
•'   Estate, Fire Life and
Accident Insurance	
No, 46 Columbia Ave.        Telephone 61
May 31st, Mayor J. E. Daniels proceeded to appoint a committee consisting of Thos. L, Savage, J. C.
Dehaven and A. K. Ogilvie, with
instructions to proceed to the headquarters of the union and procure
a statement of their alleged grievances. The committee was at once
furnished with a statement substantially as follows:
The union is opposed to the
wholesale discharge of laborers
solely for the reason that they be-
ong to the union, which the union
claim the smelter management is
guiltyof. *
Manager Kadish responded that
he had'not caused the discbarge of
laborers for tbe reason that they
belonged to the union, neither
did he intend to do so. This reply of Manager Kadish, waB at
first, thought by many, to be quite
favorable to an amicable agreement
of all pending difficulties. Not so,
however, with the members of tbe
union, for they knew that Mr.
Kadish had previously stated differently and had said that he had
discharged laborers for the reason
that they belonged to tbe union
and they could not believe now that
he would not discriminate against
them.
The union thereupon prepared a
large number of affidavits showing
positively, beyond any question of
doubt, tbat Manager Kadish had
discharged a large number of employes for the sole alleged reason
that they were union men. A num
her of the affidavits were submitted
to the citizen's committee, who at
once Bought an interview with
Manager Kadish. They confronted
him with these affidavits, informing him tbat they knew most of
the parties making them, and had
every reason to believe the statements therein contained were absolutely true. Mr. Kadish; as we
are informed, became quite indig
mint at first, but finally subBtan
tially admitted tbe truthfulness of
the affidavits, but would give .the
committee no further satisfaction
further that he stated that he would
be pleased to meet a delegation of
25 from the union in connection
with the citizen's committee at his
cilice the next morning, when and
where he promised to make a full
complete statement of what his
company would and would not do.
In the meantime Mayor Daniels,
at the request of tbe union, had increased the committee by tbe addition of R. G. Field and Robert
Keith.
Thus far the various meetings of
the committee with Mr. Kaddish
had not been very pregnant with
favorable results as to a solution of
the troubled situation. However,
on Sunday morning, June 2, the
citizen's committee, together with
the delegation of 25, proceeded
to the office of tbe company, where much was expected as a result of the conference.
It took but a very short time to
discover that Mr. Kadish had nothing new to offer, and all that he
would say was that he would take
much the larger part of the union
back into tbe employ of tho company, but that there were some 25
or 30 that he would never consent
to reinstate in the works. Mr.
Kadish was, indued, very evasive
in all his replies to the committee
or to tbe delegation, bo much so,
that it was quite apparent that he
was not prepared, or at least did
not intend, to do anything very
definite.
At last, wearied and worn by the
prolonged effort to arrive at something satisfactory, or even definite,
the union proposed to submit all
questions of dispute and difference
to a board of arbitration. Mr.
Kadish Baid he would accept the
proposition, and this was no sooner stated than a hearty and prolonged shout of intense satisfaction
went up from the delegation. Even
the the members of the committee
opened wide their ears and listened
with satisfaction spread all over
their countenances.     Every heart
Brushes... |K^Kxa_a^Kif^^caB:K3K3K
}The erescent Dry Goods Qo. Jjj
I Importers and Retail Dealers of Dry Goods, Etc. ri
|©ceans of Notionst$
5 To be found in our Smallware Department. JT1
Every line represented in large quantities. [0\
Did it ever strike yeu how much
Brushes have to do with your
Comfort, Style and Appearance
A good shaving or tooth brush
from which the HAIRS WILL
NOT COME OUT, adds much
to your comfort, while well
brushed (hair and clothes aal.l
much to your appearance. Our
stock of brushes of all kinds is
very lnrge, well selected and of
the best quality. If you want a
brush of auy kind, try us.
Goodeve   Bros.,
Druggists and .Stationers.
It payn to dea' with Ooodcve Bros.
beat with joy; They felt they bad
judged Mr. Kadish and his associates wrongly; that at last he was
going to do the right thing by them
and treat them like men. But
alas, how soon the joyful hopes of
men are blasted! The delegation
turned to leave, when Manager
Kadish stated that there were several questions involved which he
would never submit to arbitration;
that he proposed . to reserve the
right to hire and discharge whom
he pleased, and would submit to1
no dictation on the part of the
union or its representatives as to
whom he would reinstate and take
back. The words were no sooner
spoken than darkness and gloom
onshrouded every countenance.
The thought, as afterwards expressed, pervaded every mind, that
all their best efforts to bring about
a reconciliation had been in vain.
Disappointed and almost broken
hearted, the delegation marched
back to the city to tell their comrades and companions that naught'
had as yet resulted to advance a
settlement.
The union concluded to make at
least one other and further effort to
bring about a settlement of all the
trying questions and at once com-1
menced the preparation of an agreement for, arbitration on all questions of disagreement. The proposition was submitted to the citizens'
committee for their consideration;
and approval. They with one ac-|
cord pronounced it fair, just, ahd!
equitable. • On Monday morning,
June 3rd, the agreement was presented to Manager Kadish for his
consideration and approval. Ho
examined it but asked until the
afternoon before giving a reply so
as to enable him to present it to
General Manager, Bernard McDonald, in Rossland. Later, on the
same day he refused to submit to
the proposed arbitration. He.
claimed the right to exercise his
own judgment as to who he would
take back, who he would hire, who
he would discharge, and as to what
was sufficient cause for discharging'!
laborers. The _ committee of citizens pronounced themselves1 as
very • much disappointed at Mr.
Kadishs' vaccilating course, and
some of them even went so far as
to pronounce his actions disgusting
in the extreme.
We wish to have the general public understand that tbe union ..ha's.J
never, until after this difficulty
arose, laid any grievances before
the smelter management; have,
never demanded higher wages or
shorter hours; have never undertaken to dictate who should be
superintendent or foremen; have
never in any way interfered to demand who should be employed or
discharged, and wo are now willing
to submit all questions that have
arisen or may arise, to a board-, of
arbitration. They ask nothing out
what the citizens' committee appointed by Mayor Daniels says, is
honorable and just. They have refrained from in any manner resorting to means of of force or violence,
and have taken every precaution1 to
guard against any injudicious exhibitions of force, that frequently
occur nnder the trying ordeals of
lockouts and strikes. Mayor J." E.
Daniels was bo very much pltaSed
with their conduct as striking
union men, as to say that they had
conducted themselves peaceably
and orderly and that the management and conduct of the striking
Pins, 2 for 5c, 5c and 10c
Safety Pins, per card 5c
Hat Pins per doz, 5c
Hair Pins 4 boxeBfor 5c
Hair Pins two boxes for 5c
Hair Pins  per box fie
Hair pins per box 10c
Bone Hair Pins per doz. 15c
Bone Hair Pins per doz. .5c, 35c and 50c
Black Toilet Pins per caril 5c
Curling Tongs 5c I oc and 15c
Kid Curlers  5c, 10c and 15c
Wire Curlers 50, [10c anal 15c.
"Knitting Needles per set 5c
Corticelli Tape 6 yards for 5c
India Tape four hunches for 5c
Feather stitched Braid six yards for 100
Pocket books  50 and up
Hair Combs 10c and up
Hair Brushes 25c and up
Side Combs lor.and up
SilkCords  2 yards for 50
Cushion Cords 7c, 10c and 15c
Silk" [Spools, Crochet Silks, Etc.
B. & A.Crochot Twist per spool 5c
B. aSt A. Crochet Twist  two spools for 15c
Corticelli Crochet Silk per spool 2oe
Peerless Knitting Silk per spool 25c
B. & A. Filo Embroidery two skeins lor 50
Belding's Embroidery Silks six skeins fair 25c
Silko Crochet Cord fiair spools for 25c
Crochet Cords per spool 5c
Knitting Cottons per spool 5c
Wool Mendings per skein 5c.
Silk Mendings per skein 5c.
Embroidery Hoops ioe, 15c and 25c
Lace Cushion Tops 15c, 25c antl.3"c
Cushion Tops' from 35c and up
Petroleum Jelly per Bottle 5c
Dress Shields per pair 10c
Hooks and Eyes 6 doz for c,c
Hooks and Eyes, patent 4 doz for 5c
Basting Cotton 2 spools for 5c
Baby Ribbons ic per yd, 2 for 5c and up
Whalebone Slicks   .. .each 5c
Handkerchiefs 5c 6 for 2-c
Handkerchiefs lo-, 3 for 250
Handkerchiefs 15c, 2 lor 25c
Handkerchiefs 20c, 3 for qo.. and up
No. 5 Ribbons, all colors 3 ydn for 10c
No. q Ribbons per yd 5c
No. 16 Ribbons' per yd 10c
Special lines of Ribbons, wide widths, silk
and satins 20c and 25c
Veilings, special , 15c. and 251:
Children's Hibs 10c and up
Writing Pads each 100
Pom I'uiiis per doz 150 and 20c
Fancy Neck  Frilling per yd 25c
Fancy Eluslics were 35,', (or 25c
Val. Luces per doz 15c. and up
Wash Veils each i;c
Kid Gloves 75c and up
Beauty Pins 2 for 5c
Leather Belts esch 25c
'tracing   Wheels 50 and loe
Battenburg Threads and Braids.
The Crescent Dry Goods Co., ua.
laborers was  admirable  in the extreme.
Replying on the justness of our
cause, we aim to press forward in
the course adopted until victory
shall perch on the banner of our
cause.
A car of Boulter's canned g ods just
arrived at Paulson Bros. tf
Ready mixed paints at F. W. Pretty's
at $1 per Imperial half gallon. tf
Iron Moulders Strike.
Chicago, Juno 6.—Threo thousand iron uionlders, have decided to
quit work unless the manufacturers
agree to increase their wages. The
union demand a minimum wage of
63 a day.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Mrs. Mclntyre, Spokane.
J. E. Leckie, Greenwood.
W. H. Spoiler, Onandaga Mine.
H. W. Johnston, Hamilton.
J. D. Hunter, Victoria.
Hector Lament, Nelson.
WINDSOR.
O. H. Baum, city.
\V. R. Jean, Eholt.
H. W. Robison, Spokane.
J. Baum, Spokane.
(!. E. Smith, Wallace, Idaho.
Mrs. J. 1). ilill.-Cliicagr.
Hello, Hanley,   l>ox of strawberries.
Phone 171, V.. & N.
Mrs. I.a.
Mora?, I'm-
prlelress..
BEST MEALS IN TOWN.
Quaker Vapor
Bath Cabinets
—AND—
Electric Belts,
FOR SALE BY IHE
Rossland Drug Co.
Phone 185       P. O. Box 568
Traders Block,       Queen and Columbia avenue
Mail Orders Promptly Attended to
Something out of thef
Ordinary
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p Nights Only,June6,7,8|
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'■^Thursday, June
Hi Friday, June 7,
ife Saturday, June 8,
6,
Reserved Seats   .
General Admission 50 Cents
fy Matinee 25 and 50 Cents
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The International Correspondence Schools
Offers your choice of.76 Different Courses of Study.
285,ooo  Students and Graduates.     Teaching under 71 d iTerent flags.
LALONDE BLOCK,,
C. H. ESHBAVGH, MANAGER
Local Oflice:
CALL AND SEE_ME
IfTL ft ryi Iiiata-prnaletit Order of Oooal
• V7*^*-J •-1 • Templars meets every
Thursday Kveililijf ill Oald Felloavs Hull, Queen
street Members ol'lhe order visiting the eily
wsll lie a-an,liiallv avelcaiuieal.
O. B, J. I.ANH, W. II. CKKITZ,
C. I. Secretary-
Fresh
Strawberries
Received Daily by
Geo. Agnew & Co.
GROCERS
Washington 8t. and Third Ave. V.St N. phone 191
A   BIG   FIRE.
Large Building Burnt to the Ground-
Loss 325,000.
This would not have happened il the
building had been lighted by electric
lights. Besides conl oil is costly, and there
is the trouble of filling lamps, taking
care of wicks and the breakage ot chimneys. Electric light reduces the cost of
your insurance, lessens the danger from
fire and adds to the comforts of the store
and home. Electric power supplied tor
mining and manufactnring purposes.
Motors for rent or sale. Estimates furnished for wiring and lighting. Ring
up 'phone 67, Kosehnd Water and
Light company,.	
Pure, ready mixed paints, $2 per gnl-
lon. Daniels & Chambers. 'Phone V.
Si N., 182. Bi

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