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THE  EVENING WORLD.
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Vol. Ill, NO. 207
I ROSSLAND,   B. C,     WEDNESDAY,   APRIL 20, 1904.
Price Five Cent
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Russet's Cream Dentifrice
Regularly. It cieans the teeth perfectly; keeps the gums
lirm and rosy, and cortects bad breath. It is a tooth paste
valuable in preventing the decay of your teeth.   25 cents._
Of o.nirsH you want a good tooth brush to go with it.
Ask to eee our 25 cent brush,
T. R. MORROW, Druggist
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Wants Government Ownership.
LINE FROM WINNIPEG TO COAST
To the Public:
In answer to the Miners slander
we announce that, with ever
opportunity, we have made no
change in our rates since the
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' CALL FOR A TRIAL BOX.
The following speech delivered
by the Leader of the Opposition,
Mr. Borden, in the House gives a
fair idea of the Conservative position with regard to the Grand
Trunk Railway policy. It also
throws come,light upon the damaging admissions made by tbe late
Minister of Railways, Blair, in the
private rmmorandu-n whioh found
its way mysteriously into the oamp
of the Conservatives.
"But, Sir, I am prepared to go
even further, and I say that rather
than enter into that present oontraot, I believe it would be infinitely wiser and to the interest of this
noun try tbat the government should
itself immediately construct a line
from Winnipeg to the coast. What
iB the position at present? Let us
examine it for a moment. We are
committing this oountry to obligations to the extent of $150,000,000.
If we take into consideration the
selling of the bonds at iiO cents we
are committing this oountry to
obligations to the extent of $170,-
000,000; and the Grand Trunk
railway company, the other partner tp tbe oontraot, is committing
itself to obligations to the extent of
$14,500,000, or a little less than
$150,000,000 What is the result of
the contract at present? The result is that 1500 miles of railway
built in the west of Canada aB
part of an enterprise to which the
government contributes $150,000,-
000 or $170,000,000 in obligations,
and the Grand Trunk oompany
contributes only $14,500,000 in
obligations, is to beoome the absolute property of the Grand Trunk
Paofio. If we are going to expend
$15,000,000or $170,000,000 for the
construction of this line and band
it over to the Grand Trunk Pacfio
oompany what it the objection to
our inourring the other $14,500,000
of obligations and owning that
whole stretoh of road? Here we
have 1870 miles from Moncton to
Winnipeg, a portion of the line
whioh is deolared by the Grand
Truck to be infinitely less profit
able than that portion whioh lies
further west. We pay for the
whole of that, we hand it over to
the Grand Trunk for ten years for
nothing, we hand it over to them
j for forty years for a very small
rental, a rental wbioh aocording
te the opinion of Mr. Blair, will in
volve us during 40 years in a loss
ot $18,500,000. Looking at the
probable rate of interest whioh we
shall be obliged to pay, we build
in the west 1500 miles of railway,
and we guarantee bonds to tbe ex
tent of $13,000 a mile on 1000
milee of that, and bonds to the ex
Continued on page three
A DISPLAY
OF FORCE
Japs Are the Masters of
Yalu.
THE TRANSPORTS AT TAKUSHAN
Orientals Calmly Taking Their Time
to Force thel Russians
Back.
Shanghai, April 20.—-Authentic
advices from Seoul, dated the 12th
inst, deolare that the Japanese are
in complete oontrol of' Korea and
that the Russian soouting parties
have retired across the Yalu before the Japanese, who oooupied
Wiju, praotioaUy without resistance. The Japanese forces are
divided into two forces, one for expeditionary purposes and the other
for oooupation. The former .numbering 45,000, is advanoing to the
Yalu and the latter, consisting of
15,000 reserves, is making .far
sighted communication arrangements with the headquarters at
Seoul, where there is a garrison of
40,000. The headquarters of the
transport service is at Chemulpo.
Railroad building and road grading are progressing favorably.
Forty transports off Haiju are
supposed to have landed part of
foroes at Takushan and it is the
evident intention to disembark a
second army at Yongampho preparatory to foroing the Yalu.
BAD FIRE AT TORONTO
Much  Proporty  Destroyed-'No Llvea
•ra Lost
A bad fire broke out in Toronto
laBt night and the loss incurred up
to the present is somewhere in the
neighborhood of five millions. All
along Bay street from Wellington
to the Tronto Engraving company,
has been destroyed. Assistance
was asked from Hamilton, and
dynamite used to oheok the spread
of the flames.   The losses are.
W. Jeesop & Sons, $50,000;
Davis & Henderson, $50,000; G. H.
Erson & Co., $70,000; Offioe Specialties Co., $50,000; Gale Manufacturing Co., $75,000; Warwiok BroB.
& Rutter, $280,000; W. J. Gage &
Co., $275,000; Copp. Clerk Co.,
Ames, Holden Co., Gorden Mac-
Kay & Co., Barber & Ellis, Gutta
Percha Rubber Co., Soott &
Browne, Brock's big dry goods
house, Queen's hotel, Warwiok
BroB. & Rutter and Brook & Co..
$500,000; Brown Bros., wholesale
stationery, $235,000; R. Smith &
Co., lithographers, $250,000; De
benham, Caldeoott & Co., $200,000;
Suckling & Co., auctioneers, E. &
S. Currie; Dodds Medicine Co.,
Ritohie & Ramsay, Andrew Muir
head, Davis & Henderson; Gale
Manufacturing Co.,and a soore of
others.
Later—The fire was got under
control by daybreak but not before
the damage, principally oonfined to
wholesale houses, was estimated to
reaohed $10,000,000.
Freah Cut Flowers Dally. Pal
io* Candy Store
SCORED A
SUCCESS
Choral Union Heard to Advantage.
DRAMATIC CANTATA BELSHAZZAR
Music Lovers Get a Treat Last Evening-Repeated Again Tonight
NEWS IN A
MITCHELL
Items of Interest  Round
the World.
LATEST TELEGRAPH BULLETINS
The Doings of Conspicuous^ Portent
Affecting Canadian Interests.
The most compaot performance
in the musical line ever produoed
by the Rossland united ohoirB was
that of Root's Belshazzar, whioh
was given last night at Miners'
Union Hall, by the ohoir of St.
George, aided ably by other choir
Bingers and amateurs of the oity
The work is that of a drama tio oantata, and while the musio is hardly
olassical, yet it is noble in many
places and beautiful in all. Nor
did it suffer by its rendition by
Rossland amateurs. In faot the
strength of the dramatic and the
musioal ability of Rossland singers,
though latent, of oourse, required
the powers of suoh a musioal director as Will C. Hoyt to show itself
Mr. Hoyt iB indeed multum in
parvo. But the production of the
play would have fallen very muoh
below the standard to which it attained last night, had it not been
for the musical genius of George's
Stevens, who aooompliihed wonders
with the musioal instrument, the
organ vooalion, in use at St. George.
His accompanying was excellent
and the magnificence of tome of the
ohoruses,espeoially thatof Baal and
the "Magnify" was even enhanoed
by bis interpretation. An unfortunate wait, incidental perhaps to
all first productions, between the
first and second acts waB filled by
an improvisation of the talented
organist whioh held the audienoe in
rapt attention.
Considered as a whole the most
remarkable point of the perform'
anoe was the acting and singing of
Queen Nitocris, Singers we have;
actors we have; but a mezzo of the
roundness, richness and power of
Miss Crowley, coupled with the dramatic ability shown would be hard
to duplioate, and it is no seoret that
on the strength of her performance
last evening she has been offered a
permanent engagement by Mr
Hoyt. The first solo, "Oh, That I
Had Wings," was touohingly sweet,
and the last, "Rejoioe," astonished
even ber friends by its power and
clearness. Indeed Miss Crowley
possesses to perfection the ability to
enunciate too often neglected by
would-be singers.
Amongst the men Frank Fortin
was in excellent voice, and his bass
solos showed to advantage, while
the dramatio scowl with which he
occasionally favored his obeisant
courtiers and the Wise Men (H. J.
Rickard et oie) was quite in keeping with his kingly dignity, Mr.
Fortin made an excellent Belshazzar.
Miss Mary Puroell, as the Jewish
maiden, was good in her solo, "Care-
Charming Sleep," over the oouoh of
the somnolent Daniel.
Mr. Coffin as Daniel waa spies*
Viceroy Alexeieff is tired ot bit
job.
Floods are doing heavy damage
in Idaho.
Floods in Eastern Oregon are
doing heavy damage.
The English bar ie in favor ol
international arbitration.
The King and Queen have re*
turned from Copenhagen.
Andrew Carnegie has given- $5,-
000.000 to create a fund for heroes.
The duty on the export on ooal
in England is not to be abolished.
The London Timea war expert
says that Port Arthnr is no longer
worth an assault.
The painters and decorators of
Montreal struck for a recognition
of their union.
An aooident on the Mexican
Central railway caused the death
of eight people.
The Tibetans seem to have made
up their minds to accept the inevitable and aoquiesoe in .the British advanoe.
The Colorado militia have been
summoned to appear before the
State Supreme Court to answer for
deeds of violenoe committed by
them.
A railroad is planned from Seattle to Port Angeles to connect with
another through Vancouver Island to get the Alaskan trade by
fast service.
didly made up and rendered his par
accurately and well, being heard to
the best advantage in the solo and
ononis, "Like as a Father Pitieth
His Children," in the final aot.
Interspersed through the whole
oantata are many quintettes, quartettes, trios, duets and solos, whioh
were fully appreciated by an audi*
enoe who were indulgent and with
the performers from the very begin*
ning of the musio. But when ohorua
work and other part singing are
well done it is easy for an audienoe
to bs indulgent.
Mention must be made of an ap*
propriate interlude between the
second and third aots of Jewish
scarf girls. Rossland hardly knows
whether Jewish maidens ever wore
soarvee and is in no position to judge
whether the steps of the scarf danoe
were strictly in accordance with
the Talmud or no, but everybody
does Bay that the gracefulness of
the danoe whioh was headed by
Katie Purcell wants to be seen to
be appreciated.
Ton -will regret it if
you fkil to see the Fitzwilliams • Creel boxing
match next Saturday
night. 	
Be sure and visit tho Cresoent
while the sales laat THE EVENING '.WORLD, ROSSLAND B. C., APRIL
20, 1904
The Evening World
By tht World'Pub litaluj; Company.
Bntered at the Rossland, B. C, postoffloe fo
tranamlssion through the matls.Msy I, 1901 a
•econdcULSS reading matter.
anaacklPTION RATHS-Js.oo per year ln
•artably In adrance. AdrertUlng rata made
fesowa an appUcatlon.
JAMESIH. FLETCHER.
QBNBRAL   MANAGER
T. Q. Box jw Bossland, B. c
PROTECTION.
The Winnipeg Trades and Labor
Counoil object to the bringing ol
more labor, skilled or unskilled
from Great Britain or elsewhere.dt-
olaring that Canada has enough
men to supply all the trades that
are working. The Canadian Manu-
teeturers'Association deny this and
declare that industries everywhere
are alack because of the laok of
labor. The Trades Counoil say
that the objeot oi bringing in additional men where they are not
wanted, is merely to force down
the prioe of wages. The Canadian
Manufacturers' Association, while
deolaring at the one breath that
the industries are booming and
oaly want labor, at the next
itweverate that more proteotion
muet be granted them elee they
nsuii olose down. Both assertions
eannot be true. The Trades Counoil aay that if the manufacturers
tare entitled to proteotion for their
«HN to are the trades unions for
theirs, namely, labor.
' Aeoording to statistics published
weakly in England the average
number of union men out of employment is between four and five
nor oent. Aeoording to statements
made in this country the number of
men out of work is nearer 30 per
pent. Now there are 300 working
days (slightly more) in the year. If
-five per oent. of the men are out of
work, as it is not always the same
five per oeut all the time, tt follows
that the average number of workday! in Great Britain in the year
nre are 285, taking 300 aB the great-
eat possible number. Giving skilled labor five shillings a day, $125,
. tho earnings for the year would be
1356.25. Now the Canadian, on
the figures given, has only 210 days
year in, year out (in Pennsylvania
a commission found that the men
did not average more than 170,
nnd some as low as 110, and none
higher than 210).] To earn the
mme amount as hiB English broth
or he has to be paid at the rate of
tl.93 per diem. Even then he will
not be as well off as he has to pay
for everything on a basis of prioe
whioh is 20 to 50 per cent higher.
The idea of proteotion is to build
np the nation by providing work.
Bat if the manufacturer tries to
oinoh his men in the long run he
will find that he will have to pay
higher wages.
side by side. Were Japan situated in the Baltic Sea Russia would
have a muoh better opportunity.
But the two countries are widely
separated and Russia has not only
to transport the men, but feed them
when they are on the theatre of
war, and at the same time guard
her feeble thread of communication,
taking care simultaneously that
there is no internal dissension
arises within her own borders or
that no powers take advantage of
her war with Japan to force some
other issue upon her ih another
direotlon altogether. For instance,
after decades of bragging about her
power in Central Asia, how help
less is Russia today to prevent tbe
Empire's interference in Tibe
Besides history by no means shows
that viotory lies with the bigger
battalions. Persia with all her enormous armies was utterly unable
to orosh Greece and retired die*
oomfitted from Marathon and Salami* and many another battlefield.
Similarly the might of the Spanish
empire, when it overshadowed the
world, was insufficient to oonquer
Holland although the struggle was
kept up for eighty years. Haarlem
and Leyden still tell the tale of
how puny Hollanders obstinately
and in the end, successfully, defended themselves against the
mighty Spaniard. Little Sweden
in the seventeenth oentury showed
how powerless were the legions of
Austria against the army of Gus-
tavus. England fought Sootland
from the days of first Edward to
the last Henry, but England oould
never hold the oountry whioh,
occasionally it was able to overrun.
Great Britain warred against every
nation of the Caucasian, singly
and together between 1795 and 1815
and yet its inhabitants hardly numbered 15,000,000. History rather
disproves than proves the assertion
that the big battalions win. It is
the men behind the guns rather
than the number of guns whioh
count.
MARKET
Notlco to Minor*
BIG BATTALIONS.
Many people are of the opinion
thft ainoe Russia has a population
of 140.000,000, whioh is over estimating the case, and Japan but 40,
009,000 people that the former muBt
wear down its smaller antognist in
tho ond. But it is not always a
oase of the bigger balallions winning. True that in the civil war
Ih the United States Grant won out
by sheer force of numbers alter
four years fighting had exhausted
the finanoial resources of the South.
But in tbis oaae it must be remembered that the two antagonists were
Those who were employed at
the Bruce Copper Mines of Bruoe
Mines Ontario., since Jan.,1, 1901,
should send their names and ad-
drees to Louis J. Abrahams, of
Bruoe Mines, Ont., for the purpose
of receiving a refund of the
amounts contributed by them to
the hospital and mutual relief
funds. These names should be
mailed before April 18. For
further particulars address, J. F.
Hutohoroft, Cranbrook, B. C. or
S. P. Dawson, Fernie, B. C.
Come in and see our large line
of custom made olothes. They aro
the 20th Century brands. Empey
Bros.	
You'll be surprised at the money
you oan save by buying during the
sale at the Cresoent.
Flour
We buy Flour by the ear
load and
oarry a full stook of
Raymond and Ogilvie's
Prompt delivery
REPORTS
Rossland Mails.
Retail Prices in Rossland
Stores.
GROCERIES AND MINE SUPPLIES
Corrected Up to Date by the Lead*
'ing Merchants of the
Camps
MINING   SUPPLIES.
Axes, per doz 17.50-10.00
Candles, per oase $5.50-6.50
Caps, Bennett, per box 75c{
Coal, blacksmith per ton $22.50
Dynamite, 60,per« ct, per lb 194
Dynamite, 50 per dt, per lb 18o
Dynamite, 40 per ct, per lb 16*Jc
Fuse, Bennett per 100 ft 75oJ j
Hammers, per lb 15oj
Iron, per lb 3i-5o
Nails, bam, per keg $4
Shovels, per doz $7.50-10
Steel. Canton per.lb 84c
MEAT AND POULTRY.
Baoon, per lb 18-20."
Beef, per lb (side) 9-10c
Chickens, each 50-90c
Fish, per lb 124-16o
Ham, per lb 18-20o
Mutton per lb (side) 1315
Turkey, per lb 23o
Veal, per lb (side) 18c
PROVISIONS
Almonds, per lb 25c
Apples, per 501b box $1.50-$2.00
Bananas, per doz 50c
Beans, per lb 60
Butter, per lb 25-40o
Cabbrge, per lb., 3o
Cauliflower, per head, 15c
Cheese, per lb 20o
Chocolate, per lb 40*50o
Cocoa, per lb" 40c-$1.00
Coffee, per lb 25-50o
Condensed Milk per oan 124c-15c
Dried Peas, per lb 60
Eggs, per doz 35o
Flour, per 601b $1-65-2.00
Green Onions, per buuob, 5o
Honey, per lb 25c
Jams and Jellies per lb 12-13c
Lard, per lb 17*)o
Onions, per lb 5c]
Oranges, per doz 25-50o
Piokles, per qt 20o-25o
Potatoes, per 1001b sack $1.25
Rioe,perlb8o
Rolled Oats per lb 5o)
Spinaoh, per lb., 10c
Sugar, per lb 640
Vinegar, per gal 50o-75o
Walnuts, per lb 25o
FEED
Bran, per ton $27
Hay, per ton $27
Oats, per ton $32
Short*, per ton $30
MISCELLANEOUS
Coal, per ton, Gait, $8.60
Keroeine, per gal 50o
Soap, per bar 60
Wood, per cord 14.50-15.50
WALTER J. ROBINSON
AUCTIONEER
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Fresh Bread
And
Fancy Pastry
WE KEEP A
FINE LI&E OP
CANDIES
Schwartzeohauer £ Wells. Props
The Evening World is
the  paper that has the
circulation.     So if yon
want     get good results
from your advertisements
put them in a paper that
ls read not by part of the
people, hut  hy   all   the
people.      It may cost a
little more hut you   will
find it   cheaper   in the
end.     Stop   and   think
ahout it
ITHE FOUNDRY.
ABERYSTWYTfl,
KNGLAND.
Manufacturers of Concentrating Machinery.
MEDALS—Royal Cornwall Polytechnic; Gold medalP JntrrnatlonaltlMinlng Exh
bition, Crystal Palace, 1800,    Only award for Concentrators.
.SPECIALTIES.
lm p -Mihltotrri :*rpr-. mints, rl tf-ic c'ati (Kim, *rd *ith •traiifp
H adficld's steel, from 2 cwts, to 10 cwts. per head. Stcnebitalters, Ciusht
Trommels, Vanners, etc., all constructed'in sections for facility of transpcr
sired. Patent Portable Crushing and Amalgamating Pans for PnsTpectifcg, , A
small concentrating plant to treat up to five tons erected at the wocJm by wllkfc
commercial results can be seen by intending purchasers for a n.erely nominal coi
Estimates for complete
[engineer's
^afcT t*^^ «** THE EVENINGtWORLD ROSSLAND. B. C, APRIL 20 1904
'.IT
she
BORDEN   IS   CRITICAL
Continued from first page
tent of $37,000 on the remaining
500 miles; we make provision that
if the bonds are sold at a discount
we shall .increase over liability.
When we build that 1500 miles of
railway, with its enormous possibilities, possibilities transcending
those of tbe Canadian Paoifio railway whioh earned $15,000,000 of
profit last year—I am quoting the
opinion of the Minister of tht
Interior over to a corporation without any control of rates, without
any assurances of cheaper transportation, without any assuranoe
even of that transport of our trafflo
over Canadian lines and to Canadian seaports. Is there any good
business in taking that portion? Is
there an> sound statesmanship in
taking that position? If wa're to
inour obligations to the extent of
$160,000,000 why should we not go
the whole figure and inour the
other $14,600,000 of obligations
and own that line in the west,
whioh may at some future time
bring a revenue to the people of
oountry of $15,000,000 a year, as
the Minister of tbe Interior has
pointed out.
Trad* Fellow* ths Flag
Reoently the Duke of Argyl
wro.e to "The T mes" directing attention te the operation of the Preferential Tariff in Canada, and adverted to interstng details on the
subjeot contributed by Mr. George
Johnson, the head of tbe Statistical
Branoh of the Department of Agriculture, at Ottawa. Perhaps one
of the most eloquently conoeived
pas-ages in the report was tbat
whioh ran as follows:—
"There is one subjeot whioh is
intimately oonnected with the deve
lopment of trade, to whioh, however, your Government does not
appear to attaoh as muoh importance as I do. Yonr newspapers
do not ciroulatein Canada. The
United States papers do. Trade,
we Bay, follows the flag. It is even
more true that trade follows the
advertisement of the newspapers."
This is edifying reading but it is
nevertheless true.
The goods on sale will not last
long at the slaughter prices they
are marked. Be among the first to
take advantage of the great bargains.   The Crescent. '<
FOR SALE—A pen of dark
Brahma onibkens, one oockerel ahd
five pullets.    Inquire at World
Crown Point Hotel, Trail. Lead-
ng hotel in the smelter oity.
Wanten—A lady cook. Apply
to Mrs. T. J. Ferguson, Western
Hotel.
Announcement
I wiBh to announce to the public
that I am about to open a family
theatre on Columbia avenue between Queen and St. Paul Street to
which ladies and children are especially invited. Everything
striotly moral, refined and up to
date. Pleasing to all; offensive to
none. Introducing the California
trio of first olass artiste in their
oharaoter sketohes, songs and
dances; Little Mabel, the obild
wonder; also Blaok Fade, Dutoh
and Irish comedians.
W. P. McKknna, Manager.
Watoh the date.
Remember our great bargain sale
oimmenoeB Monday, April 18. and
lasts for two weeks.   The Cresoent.
L-*w,sY.Z(Wisonosd)DlilnfecUnt8o»p
Powder dusted in the Uth softens the
»»ter»tUves«*i»Um»tJ»lUdi»ilitsot-.ff
The St. Charles Hotel, newly remodeled; best board and room, $2
per montb.       C. Ehlers, Prop.
Nioe front rooms, with board, $1
per day at the Alhambra. Rooms
without $7 and $8 per month.
The Nonesuch—Lowney'e Perfection Chocolates Palace Candy Store.	
Walker's Rye Whisky, 76o, Por
Wine, 75o, Sherry 76o per qt. bottle
At the Family Liquor Store Wasb
St.
The swellest suits in the oity for
spring and summer wear are the
20th Century brands and they oan
only be found at Empey Bros.
Walker's Rye Whisky, 75o
Port Wine 75o; Sherry476c.per?qt.
bottle. At the Family Liquor Store
Wash. St:	
Buy yourself a nioe trunk or bag
I Empey Bros.
POWDER SMOKE—Did, it ever
give yon headache? Dr. Sootts
headaohe powders are ajqnick and
sure cure.   Sold at Morrows Drug
tM»
We carry the largest line of
trunks and bags in the oity. Empey
Bros.
Be sure and visit the Cresoent
while the sales last.
Lace Curtains
and delicate
fabrics are best
washed with
Sunlight Soap.
No injury from
scrubbing or
impurities.   8U
BENN & OHREN
CUSTOMS BROKERS
STONE BLOCK
Cor. Queen St. and Columbia Ave,
ac
FISHING
TACKLE
nf mi ui*Ak t-Gils, Reels, Baskets]
UTAH Kinds Nets, Lines, Bait Boxes, Etc.
Our Flies are allspeoially seleoted hy experts for this
distriot. You can rely on getting the correct Fly for
the different seasons from ub.
ALL NEW STOOK
Goodeve Bros.
Druggists and Stationers
tit Pa,js to Deal With Goodeve Bros.
Flies
WHY WORRY
ABOUT YODR FUTURE
IWHEN IN
VERY SHORT
t\
YOU GAN MAKE IT
WHAT YOU WISH
I
In order to make a success of your work you must first
learn it.
Learning how to do it is one thing; learning how to lay it
out for others is another.
There are thousands of men that cau DO work and command
a salary of seven hundred dollars a year, while there are but few
that are competent to lay out work FOR OTHERS TO DO and
thus command a salary of fifteen hundred to five thousand a year.
Why Wot Be One of the Few ?
X Course in the
International Correspondence Schools
OF SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA
will fit you for any position you desire.    Why not invest some
of your spare time to fitting yourself for a better position ?
You take the study along with your work and apply it as
you get it. Don't waste good time in thinking about it, but
UNROLL now while you cau get the special discount.
GEO. H. DAWSON, Representative
Box 751, Rossland, B. C. Office, Lalonde Block
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DIABETIC
Patients will hear of 0
something to their 0
advantage by writing 0
to the Diabetic Insti* 0
tute, at St. Dunstan's 0
Hill, London, £. C.     0
NOTHING T© PHY    %
*
™ ************    W**** ********▼"
EXPLOSIVES.
The Cotton Powder Comoanv. Ltd
32Qttitn.Viotor!*St.,   .ONDON B.C.
-MAHOTAOTOM
Faversham Powder
On the SPECIALrlLISlf of Permitted Eaplosives. Oetorer, ISO
|for underground work et
1 Severn and Mersey tunnei
"p/'N K I I T £■    the best explosive,1!0
I  Vk/INI   I   tl.    oluBively usedinSe-
Cotdite, Gelignite, Gelat.ne Dynamite,' Blasting Gelatine, De-
tctfeterft for all classes of- Explosives, Bleotrio Appliances,
MligtWrie Charges for the removal ol   Wrecks, Etc,   Etc.
ygniiHiiUi^^
The
Mutual Life
Insurance 60.
of New York
The policies of this gigantic company are
clear, simple and liberal contracts.
No stockholders. All profits for the
policy holders.
The rates and guarantees beat the world.
Talk with the manager of East British Columbia.
J. STILWELL CLUTE
Works: levversham, Kent and Mslling.nearlilyerpool
ROSSLAND, B. C.
List Your Property With   .
Walter J. Robinson
AUCTIONEER
Real Estate and Customs Broker
ATTENTION
MINING MEN
I have opened a
Department of Mines
in connection with my
Real Estate Business
and will make a specialty of
Crown Granted
Mineral Claims.
If you are the owDer of
one or more Crown
Granted Mineral Claims
iu any oamp in the
Kootenays or the Boundary,
And want to sell, oall and
place them on my list.   <
I am open to do business
with you on business lines.
WANTED
I have a party who will
take aworking lease on a
Magnetio Iron Property
partly developed.
Boundary preferred.
Walter J. Robinson
AUCTIONEER
Real Estate and Customs.Broker
Next Door to Postoffice
NOT IOE.
In the matter of an Application for a
du plicate of a Certificate of Title to lots
7 and 8, block 60, in the Xblrd Addition
to the Railway Addition in the Town of
Rosssland.(Map 616D).
Notice is hereby given that it is my
intention to issue at the expiration of
one month from tbe first publication
hereof a duplicate ol the Certificate of
Title to the above mentioned lots in the
name of W. H. Jackson, which Certificate is dated the 15th day of „October,
iqoo, and numbered 3786K.
H. F. McLEOD,
PistrictJItegistrar.
Laud Registry Office, Nelson,
29th February, 1904.
NOTIOE.
In the matter of an application for a
duplicate of a Certificate of Title to Lot
6, Block «, in the Town ol Trail (map
465A).    '
NoUce is hereby given tbat it is my intention to issue at the expiration of one
month from the firat publication hereof
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title to
the above mentioned Lot 6, Block 33, in
the Town of Trail (map 465A), in the
name of David Mutchler, which Certificate is dated the 2nd day of April, 1897,
and numbered 13500.
"    H. F. MacLEOD,
DiBtrict Registrar.
Land Registry Office
Nelson. B. O., 21st March, 1904.
Mb Ml Unit
The only all rail, between points eait
west and south to Rossland, Nelson.
Grand Forks and Republic.
Buffet cars ran between Spokane and
Northport.
Effective) June 14, ISO)      1
NORTHBOUND.
Arrive Nelson 7.20 p.m.
Arrive Grand Forks....   4:00 p*n.
Arrive Republic 6:15 pjn'
SOUTHBOUND.--- *gfj
J***w Republic „... .«:» a.m.
Le*ve Grand Forks 10:3c ran
Leave Nelson 7:20 a. ra
Leave  Rossland 10-toajn
Arrive Spokane 6:15 pjn
In Connection With
TICK-ETSa
TO ALUPOINTS
SHORT LINE
TO
St. Paul,Duluth,lrlinneapolis,ChiMgo
and. alljpoints easl J
Seattle.! Tacoma, Victoria, Portland
'and all Pacific Coast points;
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers
Dining Sc Buffet Smoking Library Oars
2-FastTrains Through Daily-2
For rates, folders and full 'information
regarding trips, call on or address any
agent 8. F. £ N. Railway.
H. BRANDT, C P 4 T A,
701 W Riverside, Spokane
H. A.IJACKSON. Gtn. Ft. & Pass. Agt.
Spokane, "Wash,
H. P. BKOWN, Rossland Agent
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
C.PJR. ATLANTIC S.S. LINE
From Montreal
Lk, Champlain, May 5   Lk. Erie Mkj 10
ALLAN LINE
From St   John.
Parisian...April 23   Tunisian...April 30
DOMINION LINE
From Montreal
Dominion.. .May 7   Houthwark.. May 14
AMERICAN   LINE
New York.. May 7   St. Paul.. .May 14
RED STAR LINE
Vaderland..May 7   Krooaland..May 14
CUNARD LINE
Lncania May 7   Umbria .:. .May 14
WHITE BTAR LINE
Oceanic May4   Teutonic...May 11
FRENCH LINE
La Touraine Mayc.   La Lorraine May 12
ALLAN STATE LINE
Laurentian. .May 12   Numldlan May 36
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
O.W. DEY, Agent,
C. P.R, Depot, Rossland,
THE
Application for Transfer of Liquor
License.
Notice is hereby given that I will apply to the Board ol Licensing Commissioners of the city ol Rossland at its next
meeting for a traneler of the liquor li
cenre held by me for the Western Hotel
situated on Second avenue, In the city of
Roseland, B. C, to K. D. Stinson.
Vi. W, McLeod,
Licensee.
Dated this 18th day of March, 19O4.
The Alhambra
Family   Liquor
Store
We supply only first clasejgoods.
Oar Wines and Liquors are especially adapted to family and medicinal purposes. All goods at whole*
sal prices. Goods delivered to
any part of the city.   Phone 268.
GEO. OWEN  Fxop
London Directory,
CONTAINING over 2000 paces of condensed commercial matter, enables
enterprising traders throughout tbe 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:merchant8
with the goods they ship, snd tha Colon
ial and Foreign markets they supply.
STEAMSHIP LINE8
arranged under the Porta to whioh they
sail, and Indicating the approximate
sailings.
PROVINCIAL APPENDIX
of Trade Notices ol leading Manufacturers, Merchants, ete., in the principal
towns and Industrial centres of the
United Kingdom.
copy a of the 1004 edition will be for
arded reight paid en receipt ol Post
Office Order for £1.
The London Directory Co.,Ltd
26 Aboburoh Lane, London, X. O. THESEVENING WORLD ROSSLAND,    B. C\ APRIL 20, 1904
k.
1
THE LOCAL
EXCHANGE
Stocks More than Usually
, Quiet.
WITH CITY FATHERS
Dolnga In tho City Counoil Meet of
Laat Evan Ing*
PAYNE AND CENTRE STAR SELL
Ths Latest Quotations
Locally   Upon
Market.
and Sales
the
Payne and Centre Star were tbe
•sly sellers today. The market is
more than usually quiet.
Today's Local Quotations:
aaurlcaa Boy. *-.... t%
'   1 Bar  »K
„ii»naiow"»ititis!!r.!!!!!!" ta
rtboajctunp McKln»tr)«i-dl» W
,ll99t'irm''6it\i'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.i
$*.co
Bid
1Y4
tenselidiiud'.'.'..".*.'.'i
(Starr -	
_sUos	
Mar (Wu* Eootanay)-
iX
-Jssr-QariBM..
PoU.,
Tksunb	
"   * Consolidated....
(Asms*, paid)	
(Astern, paid)
■5
sa
na
*»-5°
3'A
ia
iX
4X
Todays Sales.
Payne,  1000, 9c;   Centre
1000,23c.   Total, 2000.
MINOR MENTION
1
.5
Star
' Col. King has gone to Seattle.
A. H. MaoNeill is at the Coast
on Giant business.
George Cruikshank is away to
the Coast on a trip.
The Miner oniy had two apologies in its paper this morning.
A speoial Court of Revision and
Appeal will be held here on May
13th.
( There will be a pleasant danoe
this evening after Ihe finish of
Belshazzar.
Smith Curtis leaves for the
Boundary today and is expeoted
book on Saturday.
Will Hoyt must have had his
hands full last night making up
lorty girls.   Pleasant job.
,   A bunoh of  mail  got   in from
Spokane today via Creston. The
latest Spokane mail was the 17 th.
.   No word has yet been reoeived as
to the practicability of the lines
.between    Bonner's     Ferry and
Spokane.
The Belsbazzaritei are going to
take Trail by storm tomorrow
night. A special train will bring
baok the performers and their
friends when they feel like it.
The Mahara Minstrels are
charming the fishes with their
melodies somewhere between two
slides on some railway. They probably will not be here tomorrow
night.
If the City Council would hold
their Court of Revision on the first
day of next week instead ol the
list tbere would be  no  time  for
. anybody to object to  their  assesB-
"ments.
The World pointed out some
time sinoe that to acquire munioipal oontrol of the lighting, it waB
first absolutely neoessary to have
an engineer's report. The City
Counoil are now seeing this for the
first time apparently.
Tonight's Dane*
The City fathers had a not very
protracted Beaeiou last evening but
various matters of import were
dealt with. A motion was put and
catried to the effeot that all municipalities within the provinoe concerned in the taxation of railway
properties within their limits
should be oommunioated with, with
the view of a joint appeal to the
provinoial government. The Cily
Clerk was accordingly  instructed.
A Count of Revision-Of assessments will be held by the City
Council the last of the month.
The Superintendent of the C. P.
R. at Nelson wants to know what
the oity is going to do to prevent
the Washington street viaduot falling on their tracks. The matter
was referred to tbe Board of Works
as was the case last year.
The raise in salaries of the Fire
Department was followed by one
re-instating City Clerk McQueen
at $120 instead of 9110, and
Willliam Heron at $90 instead ol
$80.
- A firm of electrical engineers is
willing to send a man at the city's
cost to look over the situation, but
insists on having a qualified engineer's report, so as to furnish the
absolutely necessary data beforehand. The matter was referred to
the Fire, Water and Light committee.
In order to reward the assiduous
labors of the dramatio oast of the
oantata now being produced, and
it is certain that they will get no
other reward, it has been arranged
to have a danoe this evening for
their benefit, and for the benefit oi
their friends and patrons. This
oeour directly after the dropping of
of the ourtain niter the pay this
vening. Music has been provided
for and a good time will be had.
Macdonald at Ottawa
Ottawa, April 20.—J. A. Maodonald, Liberal leader of British
Columbia, waB entertained at
luncheon yesterday at the Rideau
olub, there being present Sir Wilfred Laurier, Sir William Mulook,
Hon. Clifford Sifton, Hon. W. H.
Fielding, Hon. Raymond Prefon-
taine, and Hon. Senator Templeman, Duncan Ross, of Greenwood,
and Deputy Speaker Maodonald.
Notlca to Minora
Announcement
I wish to announoe to the publio
that I am about to open a family
theatre on Columbia avenue between Queen and St. Paul Street to
which ladieB and children are especially invited. Everything
striotly moral, refined and up to
date. Pleasing to all; offensive to
none. Introducing the California
trio of first class artists in their
oharaoter sketches, Bongs and
dances; Little Mabel, tbe obild
wonder; also Black Face, Dutch
and Irish comedians.
W. P. McKenna, Manager.
Watch the date.
Don't miss the Fitzwilliams-Creel boxing contest at the Bossland Opera House next Saturday
evening.
Walker's Rye Whisky, 75o, Por
Wine, 75o, Sherry 75c per qt. bottle
At the Family Liquor Store Wash
St
Application ior Transfer of Liquor
License.
Notice is hereby given that I will apply to the Board of Licensing Commissioners ol the city of Rossland at its next
meeting for a transfer of the liquor li*
cense held by me for the Palace Hotel
situated on Columbia avenue, in tbe
city of Rossland, 11. C, to H. N, Diss.
 **>.- Ralph Harron
. Licensee.
Dated this 20th day of April, 1904.
SMOKE THE BEST ,
W. B and
Orown Grant
Cigars	
They Are Union Made
Patronize a Home Industry
WALTER J. ROBINSON
AUCTIONEER
Real Estate and Customs Broker
Next to Postoffice
\
FREE
The beat Bar Lunch in town,
from noon until midnight, every
day, at
THE WINDSOR
THE OPAL
Nice Room?, Free Bath,
■        Terms Reasonable.
Mrs. RUPERT BUEMER
R.L. Wright
a. r.*s;m.
(AssayetforlLe.Roi.No. 2,)
WILL TAKE
Custom Assays
ORDER   YOUR
The Pitzwilliams-Creel
boxing contest will be an
•vent well worth seeing
next Saturday night.
Those who were employed at
the Bruoe Copper Mines ol Brnce
Mines Ontario., since Jan.,1, 1901,
should send their names and ad
dress to Louis J. Abrahams, of
Bruoe Mines, Ont., for the purpose
of receiving a refund ol the
amounts contributed by them to
the hospital and mutual relief
funds. These names should be
mailed before April 18. For
further particulars address, J. F.
Hutchoroft, Cranbroek, B. C. or
S. P. Dawson, Fernie, B. C.
Remember onr great bargain sale
commences Monday, April 18, and
lasts for two weeks.   The Crescent.
Letter's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant Soap
Powder dusted In the bath softens the
water at the same time that a dUpiaota, m
Special Court of Revision*
Rosaland Assessment District.
A Special Oourt of Revision and Appeal under the Assessment Act, in accordance with Section 101 of the Assessment Act, J 903. will be beld at the office
of the Assessor at the Court House in tbe
City of Rossland, on Friday, the 13th
day of May, A. D. 1004, at the hour of
g: 10 in the forenoon.
J. KIRKUP,
As essor and Collector, Rossland
Assessment District.
Rossland, B C, April 19, 1904.
WOOD
THE
LelRoi Stables
Dry Fir and Tamarac
$5, per cord,
at
Telephone 39.
RosBland B
*##*#♦#*»♦*♦♦ * ********%***
FEED   FEED   FEED
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
\
Everything in the Feed line at right prices
Orders promptly attended to
The Br^kman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
*AA444c444AA4A  m7 4A44Aikm-m:444^
f*»T>TT?Tv^vTvT?T  ^v  *ff a, iff iff T*f ^ t** •*■* ^f iff ^ -my
The St. Charles Hotel, newly re.
modeled; best board and room, 92
per month.       C. Ehlers, Prop.
Nice front rooms, with board, $1
per day at the Alhambra. Rooms
without $7 and $8 per month.
The swellest euits in the city for
spring and summer wear are the
20th Century brands and they can
only be found at Empey Bros.
Walker's Rye Whisky, 75o
Port Wine 75o; Sherry,;75cper?qt.
bottle. At the Family Liquor Store
Wash". St.	
Buy yourself a nioe trunk or bag
I Empey Bros.
The Nonesuch— Lowney'u Per*
fectlen Choeolatea- Palace Candy Store.	
POWDER SMOKE—Did, it ever
give you headaohe? Dr. Sootts
headaohe powders are ajqnick and
sure cure.   Bold at Morrows Drag
tire.
We oarry the largest line of
trunks and bags in the oity. Empey
Bros.
The goods on sale will not last
long at ths slaughter prioes they
are marked. Be among the first to
take advantage ol the great bargains.   The Crescent.
EXPLOSIVES.
The Cotton Powder Gomoanv. Ltd
32 Quejn Victoria St.,   .ONDON  E. C.
-MJOIUFACTOOT
Faversham Powder
On the SrECIALfiLIS-Tof Permitted  EzplcBives. October, ISO
the best explosive[for un derground woA ei
oluBively* used in Severn and Mersey tunnel
TON ITB
Cordite, Gelignite, Gelat.ne Dynamite/.BlaBting Gelatine, Detonators for all classes of Explosives, Eleotrio Appliances,
Magazine Charges for the removal of  Wrecks, Etc.,  Etc.
Works: Faversham, Kent and Moiling, near Liverpool
To the
Merchants
Why Don't
You Increase
Your Business?
Do not sit down and complain of lacs ot
business, beoause people are sending out of
the city for their goods.
Hustlinq will
Oo the Trick
Give them to understand that they can
save money by dealing at home.
YOU WILL HAVE
TO SHOW THEM
That you can sell them better goods for
less money than they can get them for at
some Cheap John department store in the
east, and keep the money at home.   \
When you have done this
You will get the results
The next question is how to reech the"people to tell them what you weat them to
know
You can do this by keeping your advertisement in j
The Evenina
World....
It reaches all the people^and goes in all the
homes in the oity. 0 * Its circulation ia
increasing everyday.
Give it a Trial
i .-.■■-•.■■
And you will not complain as to the reault*

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