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THE  EVENING   WORLD
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Vol..I. No!*k
ROSSLAND, B. C„ WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1901.
Price Five Cents.
I AT COST   AND  BELOW   COST
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We are now Having
A Big Sale of Ladies
Chocolate Shoes
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Jfc: If you see our shoe winilow you are certain
em- to take ;ulvanla_e ol thia aalo.
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C. O. Lalonde,
THE SHOEMAN
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CARPENTER* Co
Are now carrying a large ancl complete liim ni Ko.liiks anil hand cam -
erne, and Amateur Photographers
Supplies at Toronto and New York
list prices. Why send away for
your goods when you can buy right
at home and save t.'ie muil and express charges.
CARPENTER   & CO.
Iver Dominion Eipreas Office
PRESS COMMENT
What Is the Matter with
Rossland Camp.
CHANGE LE ROI MANAGEMENT
A Caustic Article in the London, B.'
C. Revinw -ShareholdersUrged
to investigate.
Meetlug T<,ail_l,t.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Rossland Hoard of Trade will
be li )ld this evening in the board
rooms at 8:30 o'clock. Amongst
the business likely to be discussed
will be the city school building
matter and the velvet wagon road,
tbe survey for which is just about
completed.
Montreal t>.—E. J. Barbou, assistant receiver general, is dead,
aged 70 years.
DON'T FORGET
THAT YOTJ   CAN Bt'Y
Women's and Children's
SHOES AND   SLIPPERS
at 20 per Cent.
Less Than Regular Prices
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E:  A Feather    ^^^^B_____ Ncxl to Poslofllce-        3
W.F.McNeill's
Nest to Poslofllce.
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(Hard Time Sale)
SELLING OUT AT  COST FOR
THE NEXT 30 DAYS ::;;:::
FOR eASH ONLY
Now is the time to purchase a supply of Groceries at cheap prices.
1 Morrison & Bryenton
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Alhambra, Hotel
$1 a day and up.
FREE HOT LUNCH IN THE BAR
The best 25c meal in town.
The   liar keeps  only the  Uj I   Oootle
Certificate of Improvements*
NOTKJK.
H. VV. SIMPSON,
—Dealer in—
Groceries, Flour
Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Mill Feed.
Second avenue.
V. & N. Phone 68
Certificate of Improvement*.
"Haverhill and Sunbeam Fraction,''
Mineral Claims, uiiuate in the Trail
Creek Mining Division of Weet Kootenay
District.
Where located: About two miles
somh of KoBsland, B. C.
Take notice, that I, V, A. Wilkin, acting at) agent ,or Thomas Lapslie, free
miner's "certificate No. H 5582O, intend,
eixty days from tha date hereof, to apply
tithe miniiiK recorder for a certificate
ol improvements, for the purpose of ob-
titiiiiiiK a crown grant pi the above claim.
And further lake notice that action,
under secti n 37, must be commenced
belaare the issuance ol such certificate ol
improvements.
IUted this 4th day of July, A. D., 100i.
F. A. WILKIN.
O.'M. Fox & Co,
Grocers,
Rossland
Columbia Ava*i*ue
11a nr Queeu.
Cliff No. 1, Fractional Mineral Claim,
situate in the Trail Creek Mining Div-
isioe of West Kootenay District,
Where located: On Ited Mountain,
north of and adjoining the Cliff Mineral
Olnim.
Take notice that I, F. A. Wilkin, acting aa agant for ll. Daniel, free miner'a
certlllcat, No, U 12672, K. A. Chambers,
free miner's certificate, Nn. It 42678 and
Hector McPherson, free miner's cer-
lilicale, No. B 55778, intend, sixty dayi
from the date hereof, to apply to the
mining recorder for a certificate of im
provements, for thc purpose of obtaining
a crown grant of the above claim,
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must he commenced
before the isuance of such certificate ol
Improvement.
Dated this 4th day of July, A. I)., 1001.
F, A. WILKIN,
Well Paper and Palnta.
See Daniels and  Chambers for   thc
atest designs   in   wall   paper   snd tin
best quality of paints.   l'hone V. &  N
182. tf
A correspondent in the London
Review goes into the question,
"What is tho matter with Rossland?" very thoroughly. The
writer gives a short sketch of the
early efforts of tho B. A. C, to get
the mines on Red Mountain started,
and refers to the details accomplished up to the time Manager
Macdonald assumed control. He
continues as follows:
"Mr. Hudson's services were
however, soon dispensed with, and
a Mr. Bela Kadish, an ore sorter of
Baker City, Oregon, took his place.
After that "the trouhle hegan to
brew," and the employes at the
smelter deemed it in their interest
to start a branch of the Western
Federation at Northport.
About 11. month ago the smelter
was cloned down, and the following
reasons given:—
1st day.—For necessary  repairs.
8th day.—For lack of rousted ore.
15th day,—Because one of the
foremen at the works had heen
threatened by some of the men;
therefore the management were
bound to break up  the  union, etc.
At a conference between the
officers of the union and the general manager of the company, and
the manager of the smelter, the
officers of the union assured the
general manager that they were
satisfied wilh the wages, hours, etc.,
but that thev wished to retain their
rights as men, and positively refused to disband their association.
They also slated that they neither
authorized nor countenanced terrorism in any shape or form.
Tho ultimatum was given them
of either breaking away from the
union or the smelter, and so the
matter stands at time of writing,
and the smelter remains idle, wilh
over 85,000 Ions of ore on the
dumps, and 71X1 tons daily being
added. What lhe game is puzzles
everybody in the camp, and we
read silly explanations in the latest
London papers aboul acute labor
troubles, etc.
Why should trouble with the
men be precipitated at a time when
everything should he working
smoothly, and the smelter turning
OUt from $300,000 to MOO-000 tons
monthly?
Had the British investor been
treated honestly, holders of B.A.C.
shares should now have had all
their money back, with at least 50
per cent, in dividends and valuable
holdings as well. Le Roi shareholders should have had regular
dividends from the first year, and
handsome ones at that.
There is but one remedy for all
these afflictions, and that is complete change of management at
both ends. The mines and smelter
should ' be managed by business
men on the ground, and not via
the London Stock Exchange. The
ore now out and being mined should
be converted into matte as speedily
as possible, nnd the profits distributed among the long-suffering
shareholders. Then Rossland can
show the Britesh investor the worth
of her gold mines on Red Mountain.       _^	
We have too many beams and
peas on hand, we will sell them for
5c per pound. Paulson Bros.        tf
Union men! Why not patronize
the Rossland Electric Steam Laundry, it is tlie only white laundry
in town. 6-t
THE MORGAN
TOWNSITE
The   New   Kettle   River
Proposition - Chances
for Investors.
THE "KNOCKER"
Another  Malicious   False
Statement Nailed.
ATTACKING   SAMUEL   ROBINS
The Miner Wickedly Says the Company Which Recognized the Union
Made No Profits.
The new townsite of Morgan is
attracting a good deal of interest
just at present when so many people are looking around for a new
location. It is situated on the
Kettle River Valley railway, about
half way between Marcus and Cascade. The townsite is level and
lightly timbered. Streets are being cleared out and a bridge across
Kettle river is heing built by the
townsite company. The first sawmill is just starling up business,
and contracts have been let for the
erection of an hotel, a More and an
office building. As the railway
work in the vicinity is about as
heavy ns any on the line, 11 large
force of laborers will be employed
all summer.
The townsite is owned hy the
principal owners of the First
Thought mine, which is the best
developed mining properly tributary to it. This mine has already
been opened by some 1900 feet of
workings, and Upwards of $1,000,-
000 is estimated to be in sight.
There is high grade ore, one lot of
which has already been sent to the
smelter and yielded returns of $70
per ton, principally in gold. Pat
Bums, Blake Wilson, Senator
Hamsdell and O. Bruce, are the
fortunate owners.
The townsite is managed by Col.
Braytop, of Kaslo, and W. II. C.
Jackson, is the local agent for
the sale of (own lots.
<;i:m;kai. STICIki:.
ri,*alala*ial Hlliifl'er a,r   the   Aiiiillgiamiltaaal
A***anaiialia,n Onloi'R MAliy  Main   Out.
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 7.—A general strike order from President
Shaffer was mailed to all the vice-
presidents of the Amalgamated
Association last night ordering the
men out August 10th, unless there
is an adjustment of the differences
in the meantime.
Wood at strike prices, $3.75 per
cord at W. F. Lingle's. 'Phone
149. 6-t
l.iiwn Social.
Tbe Young Peoples' Union and
Ladies' Aid Society of the First
Baptist church, will hold a lawn
social on the parsonage grounds,
Friday evening, commencing at 8
o'clock. Refreshments will be
served. A good program has been
prepared, including the names of
Miss Jean Robinson and Miss
Louise S. Impey. Silver'collection.
All are wellcome. 2-t
For Rent—Three-room furnished honst with city water. Apply
to J. L. Whitney & Co.
The Rossland Miner published
this morning, Mr. R. C. Clute's
letter in the Toronto Globe, giving
extracts from the evidence of Samuel M. Robins, superintendent of
the New Vancouver Coal Mining and Land company of Nanaimo, taken before the Royal Chinese, commission, of which Mr.
Clute is the chairman, quite recently.
What Roblna Said,
The superintendent in his evidence stated that he always preferred dealing with the union in
labor matters in preference to- the
individual workman and gave his
reasons for so doing. He said that
in 1891 his company had entered
into a written agreement with the
Nanaimo union . and that, the
agreement had been loyally lived
np to l)3r both the parties to it.
That during the past ten years
his company has always officially
recognized the union and tbat
during thc period mentioned no
strike or serious difficulty had ever
happened.
Mi*. Olule'l View.
Commissioner Chile in his letter
drew attention to the agreement,
which he recited, and ta Mr. Robin's testimony as to how union
recognition worked and added, "I
venture to say that a system which
has enabled the company for ten
hours lo carry on its operations
without a strike, deserves careful
attention and consideration from
both employers and employes."
Mr. Chile said fin'tlier, that the
published extracts were hurriedly
picked out and that he would
refer to tin* matter more fully -t
little latter.
What Ihe Miner Dial.
The Miner was asked to print
the story and it did after twenty
four years deliberation, but it is
evidently not Mr. Macdonald's
policy to let so good a statement
pass without comment of a kind,
and in the editorial column this
morning appeared the following.
"In connection with the same
(the Clute letter) we may merely
say that it is significant that it is
a matter uf public comment that
thc property which Mr. Robins
manages has never matle a dollar
for its owners."
A  Mlllta-laiiiN I.le.
It is impossible lo imagine that
there could bo any mistake or mis-
understanding about the quotation
given, yet, what are the facts.
The New Vancouver Coal Mining
and Land company is an English
concern, with a capital of £215,000.
It has also issued £10,000 of six
per cent, debentures and up to dale
has paid in all aboul 20dividends,
of from one to three per cent., mostly half yearly.
The Dividend!.
The following figures are taken
from Bell's Canadian Mining Manual, for 1)899:
June 1889    2. per cent.
Dec.  1889    2. "      "
June 1890    2   "     "
June 1891    3   "     "
Dec. 1891    2. "     '.'.
June 1891    24 "     "
June 1894    3    "      "
May 1897   2   "     "
Nov. 1897   2   "     "
May 1898   2    "  '  "
Nov. 1898   2   "     "
After the payment of the laBt
dividend quoted, the Manual states
that the balance credited to profit
and loss account amounted to £14,-
■805, and the reserve fund was
£45,571.
The later figures are not available at the moment, and later the
exact ligures will be given.
This is the concern which Mr.
Bernard Macponald's paper has
the unblushing effrontery to declare in its editorial columns this
morning "has never paid a cent of
profits lo its owners.
LABOR IN
ST. LOUIS
Only Union-Made Material
in  the  World's  Fair
Buildings.
St. Louis, Aug 7.—An attempt
is being made in this city to form
a building material trades' council,
to include all workingmen engaged
in the manufacture of structural
materials. If the project is carried
out successfully only union-made
material can be used in the erection of world's fair buildings.
Among labor leaders the formation of the new organization is
looked upon as a new way of ap-
proachiug the subject of labor
for the world's fair. Only last
week the Central Trades and Labor
union drew up a strong resolution
lo the effect tbat none* {but uiffon
labor should be employed by the
Louisiana Purchase Exposition
'Company; Everything possible
will be done to put this into effect.
Wanted—to rent a four room cottage with water. Must be close
in.   Apply "at this office. tf.
A I.e Kali  Minor lleilal.
A communication wan received
here by Frank Veeehio that his
brother Michael Vecchio had died
at Denver, Col., from stomach
trouble, lb* was well and favorably known here, being au old
time miner in lhe Le Roi, and a
member of Rossland Miners Union. Thc Would joins in expressing ils deep sympathy with the
family in their loss.
Fon Sale—Cash register cheap.
Wm. Hartley, phone V. and N.
171. tf.
Don't Overlook the Rossland
Electric Laundry, those people are
all right. (i-t
S. n-ial l.,ia;,l  Hliaaulillg.
Toronto. Aug. 7.—A feature of
the annual meeting of the Toronto
Rifle association yesterday was
the sensational shooting of Corporal T. Mitchell in the Merchant's
match, who made a hundred and
four out of a possible hundred and
live and in the President's match,
two hundred and three out of a
possible two hundred and five.
Dec. 1K97   2
May 18961  2
Dec. 1890   1
Murtler Siiaa|aeeted.
Voncouver, B. O, Aug. 7.—Tho
headless body of a man has
been found outside tho narrows about a mile and a
half wesl of the waterworks.
The body was in a fair state of
preservation but haB not yet been
identified. .me—.
THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, fc, C, AUGUST 7,
itjet
The Evening World
By the World.PaibllBhlug'.Company.
Published d, ily in Miners' Union hall, Ross
land, in the.iuterest oforganiied labor in Bulls,
Coluiaabla.
Kntered at lhe Rossland, B. C. postoffice lol
transmission through the mails, May 1,1901, III
second claBs reading matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATRS-Flftv cents pel
mouth or I5I00 year, invariable In advance, Act
vc-thing   ratns uiaale known 011   appllcalton
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UNION RECOGNITION.
The morning paper in its issue
of today re-publishes a moBt interesting article taken from lhe
Toronto Globe on the working of
of unionism.
Mr. R. C. Clute sent the Globe
extracts from the evidence of
Samuel M. Robins coal mine manager, taken before him on- the
Chinese commission. Mr. Robins
it seems is a manager who believes
in the recognition of the union
and who. according to his own
testimony would prefer to deal
with the union in adjusting labor
differenc s in place of the. individual worker.
Mr. Robins is the manager of
the New Vancouver Coal company
at Nanaimo and has charge of a
company which employs about
1400 men. There has been no
strike for ten years. The union
is fully recognized, and has
been for that period. The secretary of the union and the superintendent of the mine work together
in harmony to the satisfaction nf
both the company and the men.
This is rather a startling contrast
to thc picture Bernard Macdonald
is so fond of showing to us is it
not? The mine in question is nol
in the Coeur d'Alene district but
it is in British Columbia.
Think of it, for ten years the
manager has fully recognized the
union and there has never been a
strike or any injunction proceedings.
Mr. Clute sets oul the agreement
between the men and the company
which has been in force since 1891.
It is as follows:
"1—The company agrees to employ miners and mine laborers
only who are already members
of the Miners and Mine Laborers'
Protective association, or who.
within a reasonable period after
employment, becomes members of
the association.
"2—The company agrees to dismiss no employe who is a member of the association without a
reasonable cause.
"3—The association agreps that.
under nn consideration, will they
stop work or strike without ex-
hauBting all other meant of conciliation available.
"4—The association agrees that
they will not interfere with the
company in employing or discharging employes.
".5—The association shall comprise all men employed under
ground, excepting officials and engine drivers, and above ground all
day laborers, not officials, engine
drivers or mechanics.
"0—This agreement can be terminated by thirty days' notice on
either side."
Concluding his letter Mr. Clute
says:
"There are other important
points in tbe evidence of Mr. Robins which I desire to bring before
your readers, showing how a recognition of the union and the
agreement above set forth worked
out in practice. This I shall ask
permission to do on a future occasion; but I venture to say thut
a system which has enabled tbe
company for ten years to carry
on its operation without a strike
deserves careful attention and consideration both by employes and
employers, and this becomes emphasized when I am able to state
aB a fact that on one occasion
during a depression these employes,
without a dissenting voice, voted
to reduce their own wages $20.00
per month, which was done.   Sub
sequently, as conditions permitted,
the wages of the men were advanced to their former rate.
Has Manager Macdonald ever
honestly considered the advisability of trrating his men along lhe
lines adopted by Manager Robins?
Does any one in Rossland think
tha a strike would be in progress
here if the "Robins" policy as
outlined above had been tried
in place of "government by injunction and such foolishness,
The Strand
The most elegant arid luxuriously
titled bur in Canada. A line
line of the ".	
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
PORTO RICO
LUMBER CO.
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ECONOMIZING THE TRUTH.
The smelter management at
Northport are very anxious—ra
little too anxious'in fact—to create
the impression that the infamous
injunction proceedings has made
the former employes willing to go
back to work. Of course one result
of the move has been to drive the
men still more together and away
from the management. Not a
single man of the former workers
has applied to be taken back since
tbe lockout was instituted. Many
of tbe new men brought to North-
port from a distance under most
gross misrepresentation, promptly
leave the works on ascertaining
tbe real facts of the case and only
tho most dispicable of the scab
element can be induced to remain.
Naturally tbe class of men refern d
to do not make good workers and
the already heavy loss of operating
the smelter grows heavier daily.
Manager Macdonald has stated
under oath that the minimum
loss per month exceeds $150,000
and it may safely be placed at a
very much higher figure. What
the British shareholder thinks of
this insane warfare against organized labor will be learned shortly,
but in the meantime all sorts of
fairy stories may be expected in
the Miner about the wonderful
progress being made at Northport
under the injunction proceedings.
As in the past these stories will
be strictly the reverse of the real
facts but thc management is badly
frightened of "hearing from London" and something has to be done
io keep up appearances.
How can the slightest reliance
be placed upon any statement
coming'from either Mr. Macdonald or superintendent Kadish as to
the operations at Northport when
the facts is recalled that for over
two months both of the managers
have repeatedly stated in the press
that they had all the men I hey
required and were making very
satisfactory progress and now Mr.
Macdonald swears in then ijunction
proceedings that he has been
unable to make any headway and
that the minimum loss of operating
one furnaces out of six has been
not less than 1(50,000 per month.
The manager should try and make
his utterances fit iii a little better
with his sworn statements, otherwise he will continue to be the
laughingstock of the community
whenever his articles on smelter
progress appear in the press.
Rough and Dressed
Lumber.ShingJes,
Mouldings and A-l
White Pine Lumber Always in Stoek
Mill at Porto Rico Siding, Yards st
Rossiniul and Nelson, Head office at Noi-
son, B.C, We entry a complete stock of
Coast Flooring, Ceiliuy, Inside Huinli.
Turned Work.Bashefl aud poors. Special
order work will receive prompt, atteutiou
Rossland Hotel
J.  Blll-ll
man, I ca]
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
The
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fLOOK HEREI
Talk   about gelling   a   Good
Meal, just try one at the
St. Charles Hotel
HverytlihiK comfortable   at  tlie
St. Charles.   Oooal music in  the
evening free. Oooal Wine.Whisky
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RUBBER STAMPS
SEALS AND
^RUBBER MARKING
GOODS
Special attention given to
work   for   organized    labor
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
The Ottawa lumbermen imlig-
nantly deny that they are going to
feast the Duke on pork antl beans.
Still there are worse things to eat
than ]iork and beans.
It is possible to feel more than a
languid interest in the troubles between Venezuela and Colombia,
though they may reach the dignity
of a "war." They are but another
of those periodical outbreaks common to the countries where the
name of republic covers a succession
of dictatorships tempered by revolutions. Neither the people nor
their rulers have much conception
of what government means.
We have just received a shipment of black currants. Now is
the time to place your order as
they will not last long. Paulson
Bros. tf.
Gat Your Paper*
and mngt»zines at the Poatitflce New
Stand. A full line of stationery alway
on hand. Agency for Ihe Evening
Would
$3,000   IN PRIZES   $3,000
Grand Labor Day
Celebration    *
AT GREENWOOD, B. G.
Monday,'Sept. 2,1901.
Drilling Contest, Athletic Sports, Firemen's
Tournament, Horse Racing, Grand Industrial  Parade. j^__^^_g.^_^:-*-yf qa__gg \vf ^'
The Midway Brass Band Will Be in Attendance.
Special Excursion Rates from All Points in Kootenay.
R, W. Jakes, Mayor, M H* Kane, Duncan Ross,
Chair. Executive Cora, Chair. Gen Oom. Sectetary
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At junction of Whipsaw Creek and Similkameen River,
at the foot of Copper and Kennedy mountains, famous for
their enormous showings of Copper and Gold ores, nine miles
above Princeton. Copperfleld. is the natural Smelter City
and mining center for (his district and south to the international boundary. Several hundred horse power is already
developed iii Whipsaw Creek. Large Smelter Site reserved.
Coal oroppingB und exposures under and surrounding town-
site mid negotiations are pending for exploitation of adjoining
coai measures to the west. Mr. Curtis bus gone to supervise
the platting nf lols and will reserve for Kossland purchasers
exclusively a numbor of the best lots on the business and
residential streets. First choice to those Brst applying und
paying a deposit to the undersigned. Prices (65, $ar>5 nnd $50
for lots on business streets, ami 180 and $25 for iols on residential streets. A limited number only (fill be sold at these
prices. Terms—one-half cash, balance in six months. The
liig boom in Ihe Upper Similktiiiieen mining country is beginning.    Why not be in it?
COPPERFIELD TOWNSITE CO.,
C. E. GILLAN, Agent, Rossland, B. C.
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EAST   COLUMBIA   AVE.   PHONE   67
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shades, heaters and electric-
al ^supplies carried in stock.
Estimate! for WtrinR for Lights, etc., Furnished /J\
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WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson; Trail,Sandon,Rcvelstoke,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
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THE BOOT AND SHOE WORKERS1 UNION STAMP
Is used by THE J. D. 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 tne Interests
of the consumer we urge that you DEMAND
The J. D. KING CO.'S
UNION MADE SHOES
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Seals and
Rubber
Stamps
Manufactured to Order on Short
Notice at the World office,
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NOTICE!
TO any customers who patronized ns !
all the time while they have been
at work, antl especially to those with
families, we beg to announce that we will
trust them lo all the goods they may
need during the strike and will wait for the pay
until they start to work again and be able to
pay. To those who need other stuff, such as
Groceries, etc., which we do nol carry, and cannot get credit elsewhere, we will give them orders, on which they can get all they want on.
our account until the trouble is all settled.
This is a bona fide offer, which fact can be readily proven when occasion makes it  necessary.
THE PEOPLES' STORE
CLIFTON CORNER.
B. BANNETT, THE EVENING WORLDJROSSLAND, B. C, AUGUST 7, 1901
COMMUNI CATIONS.
Editor Evening Would.
Dear Sir:—One cannot even for
a few moments ponder over the deplorable slate of mining affairs in
Rossland without a feeling of indignation. When W. A. Carlyle
was here his management was
marked by courtesy, diplomacy,
and decency. He knew his business and never su far lost his head
as to imagine that he was expending his own money. On the contrary, he knew the money belonged
to others and like a good and faithful steward used it for mining purposes. He employed no staff of
special police and private detectives; he bought no rifles, no revolvers, no shot guns, no ammunition.
He wanted mining; he aimed to do
his duty, and even those who considered him unnecessarily close,
yet respected and remembered him.
He left with the bleSsings of many
friends; there was no execration,
because Carlyle did not merit it.
I stop just here.
Now sir, is it not strange that
bickering and trouble began with
the advent of Bernard Macdonald
in Hossland, and Bela Kadish at
Northport? What mysterious connection ever existed or now exists
between them? Why was an effort,
a suocessful effort made to get rid
of Mr. Hudson at Northport and
substitute an ore sampler from
Oregon in his place? And why
was Bernard Macdonald so anxious
to get out a surplus of ore at the
mines, while Kadish and his advisers were paying money and
otherwise making efforts to break
up the union at Northport? And
yet the men here are blamed by
Bernard Macdonald fur striking,
and thus defeating his treacherous
policy! Certainly let those who
wish to do so, surrender their con-
s :ience and interests to Bernard
Macdonald; they will have reason
to mourn for it in saekeloth and
asbeal
Common Sense.
August (ith, 1901.
Editor EvE.vrNo* Woiii.i).
Dear sir:—We have at least to
thank the unions for being able lo
expreBS our opinions upon a burning issue, without being forced to
submit to . the gagging process.
Bernard Macdonald looks upon
the public as he looks upon all
whom he cannot bully and tyran-
ize over. Look, for instance at the
infamotiB attacks upon the Giant
flotation. A line bird to foul his
own nest. Still, we were long ago
told that a certain class of people
would prefer reigning in rather
warm regions than serving in a
better and purer atmosphere. 1
quite agree with one of your correspondents who ventured the
opinion that every merchant and
businessman in the community
should refuse to acknowledge Bernard Macdonald's newspaper as a
journal representing Kosslnnil
opinions  or   Rossland's   interests.
neither he, nor -what he calls a
newspaper (happily half size now)
would he missed from this section
of British Columbia.
Candor.
August 6th, 1901.
Editor Evening Woni.n.
Sir:—Whose money went into
the Le Roi and other properties
connected with it? That of the
British and French investor, and
whose monoy waB expended to as
sist in securing control of the Rosa
land Miner? That of the British
and French investor. And who
was the trusted custodian of
British and French investments?
Bernard Macdonald! Vet this man
has precipitated a strike in the
camp, and haa laid the foundation
for the loss of nt least one hundred
and fifty thousand dollars by the
investors, and now purchases a
newspaper (of course Bernard Macdonald knew nothing about the
negotiations) in order lo villify the
unions and justify his insane policy. Verily Bernard Macdonald afld his henchman have
sown the wind and both they and
j their dupes will reap the whirl-
I wind.
St. Paul Street,
August Oth, 1901.
DIRECT  ROUTE.
•    EA.ST
TORONTO
BUFFALO
OTTAWA
MONTREAL
WEST
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
SEATTLE
PORTLAND
NEW YORK       SAN FRANCISCO
IMPERIAL LIMITED
100 HOURS
VANCOUVER TO MONTREAL
Wanted.—Laborers to work on
the Lardeau-Duncan railway. For
wages and particulars apply to
H. L. Nicholson,
tf Le Roi Livery.
We still have some limburger,
Swiss, and monetary  cheese   left.
Paulson Bros.
tf.
Wanted—a good eight or nine
hundred pound horse, suitable for
delivery wagon.   Paulson Bros.
Wood at strike prices, 1)13.75 per
cord at VV. F. Lingle's. 'Phone
149. 0-t
WE ARE NOT
GOING OUT OFBUSINESS
Hut are here lo stay with our
customers right through the
strike, Wc are dow located in
our large new store, which is
tilled from 'op to buttoin wilh
the choicest	
Groceries and Provisions
that money can buy. New n'ooda
constantly aniving. PRICES
ARE RIGHT. Goodsdilivered
lo any pi rt ol Ihe citv	
AGNEW'S BLOCK,
Cor Wathlngteu St. nnd jr.! ave,     Fboue 191
AGNEW & CO.
Steam^'i service from Vancouver, Ski gway, Hawaii, ^Australia,
China ai d Japan. \
For Fursther Particulars apply to
A. C. McArthur, Depot Agt.
A. B. MACKENZIE, City Agt
Rossland, B. C.
J. B. GARTER, V. P. A.
Nelson, 11.0.
E. I. Coyle A. G. P. A.
Vancover. B. C
Cliff Hotel Bar
W. Columbia avenue.
Finest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars.
IMPORTED GOODS A SPECIALTY
Albert Thompson, Prop.
8 First Annual 8
| Labor Day
l{ Celebration
PH©ENIX,B.e.      fj
8 MONDAY, SEPT. 2,1901 ft
I IH $3,000 in Prizes
Horse Races.Foot Races, Tug of War, Double
Hand Drilling Contests, Football Match,  Etc.
I
I BIG FIELD DIY OF SPORTS W
For further particulars address J. M. TAYLOR. B.c. Commit'ee    W%
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Labor Union Directory.
Officers and Meetings.
TRADES AND LABOR
COUNCIL—Meets every second and fourth Tuesday in
each month at 7.30 P. M, in
Miners' Union Hall. President, Rupert Bulmer. Address all communications to
Secretary-Treasurer, P. O.
box 784.
MINERS' UNION No. 36,
Western Federation A
miners—meets every Wed-;
hesday evening at 7.30, p. j
in. in Miners' Union Hall.,'
Frank Woodside, Secretary j
Rupert  Bulmer.   President.
WESTERN FEDERATION
OF MINERS-Edward Bovce
-
president, Den ver,Colorado;
James   Wilkes,   vice-presi-j
dent,   Nelson.   British   Columbia; Wm. C.  Haywood,
secretary-treasurer, Denver,
Col.; Executive Board,|ohn
C.  Williams, Grass Valley,
Cal.; Phillip Bowden,Butte,'
Mont,;   Thos.   B.  Sullivan,'
Leadville, Col.; John Kelly,!
Burke,   Idaho;    Chas.   H.
Moyer, Lead City, S. Dakota; James A. Baker, Slocan
City, B. C.
DISTRICT UNION no. 6,
W. F. M.- Jas. Wilkes, Pres.
Nelson; Rupert Bulmer.vice-
president, Rossland; Alfred
Parr, secretary-treasurer,
Ymir.
TYPOGRAPHICAL      UNION   No. 335,—Meets on the
last Sunday of each month
at the Miners' Union Hall.
J.J Barkdoll,    Sec;     Wm.
Poole, Presid
CARPENTERS    &    JOINERS   UNION—meets every
Friday of each week at 7.
30 p.m. in   Miners' Union
Hall.   W. H. Wooley.Pres.;
W. R. Baker, Sec.
PAINTERS' UNION, No.
123, painters and decorators
of America.meets inBeatty's
Hall, on second and foprth
Tuesday of each month. R.
C. Arthur, Pres.; W. S.
Murphy, Sec.
JOURNEYMEN TAILORS
Union of America. Meets
first Monday in each month
in Miners' Union hall. S.
Graham president, L. A.
Fairclough secretary, P. O.
box 314.
NEWSBOYS' UNION, No 3
—meet in Miners' Union
Hall on the first and third
Saturdays of each month,
at 9 a. m.    Mike Guydotti,
,   Pres.; Jay Barton, Sec.
SUBSCRIBE
:POR THE
[EVENING!
WORLD
It is the Official Organ of Organized   Labor  throughout
• the Kootenays  and  no
home   is    complete
without it,
50 - Cents - 50
PER MONTH
is the price asked, this surely
being within the reach of all.
ilJW_!_J___Mal!Mffi[^
THOSE  WHO  DO  ADVERTISING
Should not forget that the only way
to reach the People is through
the columns of the
Evening World
HUE
JOB  WORK.
In this hranch of our business we do
everything   from a visiting  card
to a three-sheet poster.
WE ALSO MAKE
RUBBER - STAMPS - AND ■ SEALS
Give Us a Call THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C, AUGUST 7, igoi.
STOCK MARKETS
Sixteen Thousand Shares
Sold This Morning.
MINOR   MENTION.
WINNIPEG A SELLER AT 31-4c
The Latest Quotations Locally and
on lhe Toronto Market
Today.
Sixteen thousand hIiiu-ps were
sold on tlie local Block exchange
thiB morning. Winnipeg was
heavily dealt in, tlie prevailing
price being .Sic.
"    Rambler-Cariboo wild at 40c, and
Centre Star around 30_c.
In the east there is very little
change in the quotations and trading is dull.
Appended will be found today's
quotations and sales here and in
Toronto.
Today's Toronto Quotations.
War Eagle	
CentreStar	
Iron Mask	
Rambler-Cariboo	
Giant	
CaliFornia	
Republic	
Payne	
Asked
BM
15
10
33
91%
2.-1
15
41
41
4
ft
4
1%
3
16
14\,
Toronto sales today included:
2000 C. G. F. S. at 4|c, 1000 Rambler-Cariboo at 45c, 2000 Payne ut
15c.
Today's Local Quotations:
Asked-      Bid
American Boy         7 6
Athabasca % 4 00
B. C. Gold Fields         3
Big Three         2«
Black Tall        lo).        9
Braudon & Golden Crown         3
California         0 4
Canadian Gold Fields         iA       -l'i
Cariboo (Camp McKinney)       26 24
CmtreStar       32'A     30
crows Nest Pass Coal $80 00   *f>2 00
Deer Trail No. 2        3 2A
Duaadee           10
EveningStnr(Assess. paid)         5
Giant         2A       2
Homestake (Assess, paid)         4
Iron Mask (Assess, paid)       27 24
Iro    Colt  1
IX t ••        20
Spitzee  (lolal Mines $500   t 4 co
(). L, Hitchcock, an old-time
Rossland printer; left for Spokane
today.
T. O'Shaughnnesy and his bride,
(nee Miss Ellen McCallum,) of Edmonton, Alberta, are in the city.
Mrs. B. C. Gillespie who resides
out on tlie White Bear ground,very
kindly presented tin* W'oi.im with u
lovely bouquet of choice flowers this
afternobn.
No business of any importance
was transacted at the council meeting lust night. The mayor und
city clerk were away and only
routine matters weredisetissed and
passed upon.
Thomas Hughes of the Tammany
mine, Gladstone, paid a short visit
here yesterday and left on the noon
train this afternoon.
Mrs. J. E. McGinnis who has for
some time been in the hospital
with typhoid fever, was taken home
yesterday.
Neil Cochrane went south on the
noon, train.
MrB. M. P. Villeneuve and family left for Gladstone today. They
will reside there in future.
Robbert Anderson of the B. C.
mine was in town yesterday and
and returned today.
Nick Michaely and W. C. McNeill left for Greenwood this afternoon.
TAKEYOURl|VIEALSRazors! Razor Strops!
Shaving Brushes!
Shaving Mugs!
IN A COOL PLACE.
THE
Hoffman House
Is the Spot.   Everything First-
Class and Quick Service
at the
HOFFMAN HOUSE.
A large variety ; best quality ; stand*
ar,l English ami American makes,
Genuine Witch Hazel, Toilet Waters
nnd Shaving Creams.
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S-7  ViNPHONE   52 COL* PHONE  17   ^
Successor to the Grocery Dupt. of Er?.pey Bros-
1
3
Goodeve   Br oh.
Druggists and Stationers.
Tanglefoot,
Insect Powder,
Fly Poison Pads,
Insect Powder Guns,
Buhach Insect Powder,
Keating's Insect Powder,
MJm\\fm'\* pays to <l<!til wilh Uooileve Bios
K(\]? 1*    RO88VAND i.onr,]-; no at,
• w I1    I    •   K. oil' , mills every   l-tHny
night at 8 o'clock in odd liellow'H ball, Qmeii
si reel.    Visit nn; Ill-others are uhvays  welcome.
liAitKv Martin, c. o.
Proctbb Joiner, k. ol R. and s
AT THE
Wood at strike prices, $8.75 per
cord at VV. P. Lingle's. Phone
149. 6-t.
iurubo
.iUR<<
Kncb    111
(OroDenoro)..
I«one P ne 	
Monte Christo	
Montreal Gold Fields	
Morning Glory ,	
Morrisou	
Mountain Lion	
Noble Five	
North Slar (Kast Kootenay)	
Novelty	
Old Ironsides	
Payne	
Peoria Mines	
Princess M'Mid	
Suilp  
ambler-Cariboo	
Republic	
Kosslaml iJtiiiim/'i 11. M. & B. Co.
St. Klmo Consolidated	
SulHvau	
Tamarac (Kenneth) Assess, paid,
Tom Thumb	
Van Anda	
Virginia	
War Kagle Consolidated	
Waterloo	
White Bear	
Winnipeg	
5«
60
7«
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Today's Sales:
'Rambler-Cariboo, 2000. 500, 40c;
Winnipeg, 500, 500, 500, Sc, 2500,
1000. 1000, 1000, 1000, 1000, 100O,
34c; Morning Glory, 1000, 3.0j
American Boy, 1000, li_c; Centre
Star, 500, 303c 1000, 30ic Total
naleB, Ki.OOO shares.
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
KOOTENAY.
W. N. Brayton, Kaslo.
Thomas James, Onondaga
T. C. Olsen, Trail.
W. J. Furnell, Trail.
T. H. Johnson, Winnipeg.
Albert Simpson, Buffalo.
WINDSOR.
A. P. McMillan, Spokane.
Charles II. Wolf, Granby
Rossland Drug C
1?      l\       .?     HRATHRNAT,   ORDKR   Ol
y,   \>.   JL_a KAOI.lvS,    RoBsland   Aeiia-,
No. 10, Regular ine-etitiKi tvtry Thursday a-van-
ni(S, b p. in, Hugles Ilall,  Miners'  Onion llla!g.
Tlios. KiUinniitice.  W. P.
H, Daniel, W. Stranttnry.
Phone 185
Traders Block,
rug
P. O. Box '568
If\ ( i rV Iinlepcudent Order ol Good
• VjtVTa *- • Templars meets ev«rv
Tluirsdnv RvettlUffiH lhe l.( dure k00111 or lhe
Baptist chinch Members of the order visiting
the Pity will be cordially welcomed.
O. J. P., LANK, W. II, CRKITZ,
C. I. Secretary.
SEE OUR
WINDOW
f   We :in
"\
ure ofTerinff ns .1 sperinl lm
nexl wei'k our Nt Olaf Inilia Ceylon
Tea (worth 66c per pound) for 50c,
This Ten is packed at gardens where
pickeal and shipped direi't lo us. Give
n a trial nnd be cheerlul,
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ALL   KINDS   OF    DRY
W©©D
W. F. LINGLE
Ollice atCitv Bakery
Phono "I-,..
The Evening World
50c per Month by Carrier.
I/"v   (\   T*     Meets in Oalal   Fellows Hull
,\J.\J»aV .   oaa  ytacen    Street,   between
Queon null Columbia avenue I Wrat Hia.l Ka-co al avenues.     Regailiar mretii.ga
eiaa-h  Monalny ini: lit.
  I     W.S. Mill Ulay, Sec. M. II Bliallilonl. N. I'.
HELP!   HELP!!
Drop into  the
PALM
and help enjoy Ward's Hazle-
wood Ioe Cream, both Strawberry and Vanila flavors. Ice
Water  free    	
V. k N, Phone 303    Columbia Ave.
Rossland Cigar Factory.
Why not patronize a home in-
dutsry? It will sujsiHt Union labor
and keep the money at home. Ask
for a Crown Qraut or \V. B. Cigar
when you buy.
Collis & Co., for tine coininerci.il ptint
in_l   Coll up'phone 88. If
Certificate of Improvements.
er.
NOTICE.
"(ir.■n.i" mineral claim eiluate in Ihe aU;«*j
Trail Cieek Mining Division of We-t J>?__»
Kootenay District. I I_fi£§
Where locat. (1 -ul Ihe bise aaf Granile "r**j
mountain on the east slope, north "f|p,*'\j»
und adjoining the Trenton mineral |S?~
claim. V>kS
Take notice that I, F. A. Wilkin, act-1 StejH
inf; as agent for S. L. Williams freejstfijj
miner's certificate No. II420 711, A. II.; hJJKj
Mackenzie free miner's eeriilie.ate Na>. Jti'tJaK
H42.7.0, N. A. Mackenzie free minei'a : !_S_3
ceitiliinttj Nai. 1143,384, intend, sixty jRj?
daya from the date henof, lo apply to ffsjfe*
the Mining Ueuvrder lor a Oeitiocntc r*f is^Sij
Iinproveinenti, for the purpoae of 11I1 SS?
taln'ng a Crown Grant lor the above bj*?}
claim. K«W
And further take notice   that   action  KjjKl
under section   37 must he commenced  ftSw
before the Issuance ol undi Certificate of  iffiSK
HmBl't-   Improvements. W<3Sit
Bme"  I    Daled this I8II1 day ol July A.I). 1(101 .* 3>?C
! F. A. WILKIN.     c"
..WHERE..
IS   MORGAN?
Alex Hansen, Norway Mountain
.W. H. Basset, Fargo.
J. H. Inkster, city.
WANTED—a   good eight or  nine
hundred pound horse, suitable
delivery wagon.    Paulson Bros.
NOTICE.
|l fl ll H 1 bl is a new town on the railway now under construc-
IflUllUAN tion from Marcus to Grand Forks, Repexblic
Midway a.nd Pnoenix,
Notice is   hereby   given  lhat.  Munlo
Mackenzie   Macdnnnld,   of lhe city of
Wood at strike "prices, $?>.!
cord at  W.  P.   Lingle's.
149.
•Phone
0-t
>>•'    Rossland,   in Ilia*   Piovince   ad  Itii'lMi   _vV*?y B1 t\ f\ A  A 11
[or   Columbia, heretofore tradinj; .and carry-   «]» Ml 11 U Mm II M
ing on bnsines«   under   the   ham   na   tl^-i.. Isil JHI1
and style,   Macdonald & Co , as dealer iRgMg ■««*■■**■■■■
In   .....,i;...       .,!,. l.t   .,    .I.....I   ..f   nnn\....„,    i   ^W3
MORGAN
is situated  on Kettle   River,   half way between
Marcus and Cascade.
J L. Whitney & Co.
MINING   BROKERS.
B. C. and Washington Stocka a specialty
47 Columbia avenue.
ESTABLISHED 1895
The Reddin-Jackson Co.
Xilmlto*   X-laaaTsUUy
STOCK BROKERS
Money Loaned on Real Estate,
WE ARE NOT
in candies, etc., baf 11 deed of assignment
for the benefit of cteditnn, bearing date  S_y<£
17th day of July, 1901, made  in   pursu- jwe&J
ance   of the   "Credilor's    Trust   Deeds1
Act,''      and    Amending    Act",      1;
uir v>ounnev, 01 Kosaautnii, r-ifcfc>j
mrrister il law, all h;a pel Jj5»*
e, credits and a-tl.. 1 h ulmh eViM?
.; 1 i„ .„   ..„.i .11   !«?'
gr'.nted   and    assigned   to   Henry E
waid   Arthur   (louilnev,    of   Rosaalund'
aforesaid, bir
muni estate,
mag-it In* seiced under execution and all!
his real eslate, in trust to pay the credit-1    ,,_ -
ora of thesaid Muidii Mackenzie   Mac-  BfiWI
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS ffifeSS? " ortU,na^'s"
is an ideal townsite in that it has a large mining
district and a big agricultural, stock and  fruit
raising country tributary to it.
Hut arc here (o slay with our
customers right through the
strike. We are now located in
our large new store, which is
filled from top to bottom wilh
the choicest	
The said deed wttt executed by the
j said Munlo Mackenzie Mai'ilnnahl, as-
I signor, and lhe paid Henry Kdward Arthur Caiurtney, trustee, en the 17th day
i of July, 1901, and the saial trnttea has'
I undertaken the lm I created lay said
deed.
I    All  persons  or   eo'iorations   having I!
GroceriesandProvisions »=.■ 1 TtSM'Sii"; &g
er the same 10 the said liuitee, with par-   _£9_C«
MORGAN
MORGAN
has no rivals and will be   the lai'gest  town  between Spokane and Grand Forks.
is the shipping point lor the great First Thought
mine, which is developed by 1900 feet of tunnels
Richard  Plewman
Stock   Broker
Bank of Montreal Building
that money can buy. New goods
constantly aniving. PRICKS
ARK RIGHT. Goods delivered
lo any part of the city	
AGNEW'S BLOCK,
Cur Withhlngtoii St. nnd 311. Ive,    Phone 191
AGNEW & CO.
m
and shafts, and has over $1,000,000 worth of ore in sight.
V. & N. Phone 83
Cliff Hotel Bar
W. Columbia avenue.
Finest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars.
IMPORTED GOODS A SPECIALTY
Albert Thompson, Prop,
Tha* only all-mil route bet warm all jaolnts en*.
. west and sinatti to UoHHlanal, Na-lmm, Mill nil In
I lorinciliate poliiln, connecting nt Siinkaue wllli   Z,\rS3l
tin- C.rraat Naarlllcrn, J*>0a.lawn l'aclllc anal O.   K.   Japa/i
y. V   l-n w*l-
ORDE & CO..
Mining Stocks, Real
Estate, Fire Life and
Accident Insurance	
126 Col. Ave., Opal block. Telephone 61 j Blly onelrlass of beer and al2[S.r•vlcoon,r",",be,wec,,•'p"',t",,,
—*i    free lunch you'll get, I
Such   as   sometimes    you've    ,
t 1/1 a* LC'IVC
heard of but not often met; I       a m
Neat   and    clean    furnished1
rooms can always be had
ticulard thertol duly verilied on nrbefore M,, ,
Ilia Kith dav aif Aui/ust, 1001. > fftt&t
After the lillh dav .if .A 11 _ 11 * I IINII, the -v^cj
said trustee will   proceed   to distribute jPSfc
the assets ef Ilia s.ihl eslale an.ong lhe ffc,*-^S
l pii'ties tiilit'ed  thereto,  having  regard fajV-A
only to   the claims of   which   he  shall ftSi^*
then have hud notice. R_i_b5
And luriherliike notice that a JilCajJing 1'fer,
I of the said cred.tora will he held   ill the *<&£
j ollice of lhe nndirsinni'ii on Friday the P^iS
sndday oi August, uioi, at io o'clock ^A   QYes averaging over $10 a ton than any similar area in the northwest
"Dated at RoMllndj  B. C, thia 17th ' ?i_J5   _	
day of July, 1001. r*-i_t_r> - — --.-.————^=r ■-——-=.-.- rcr=______:	
Solicitor for trustee,    ' ?.£$_»
aij. least Columbia .ive. S^:
Jul 18-lmo Kossland, 11. ('.   gJS
Spokane Falls & Northern HI
NELSON & FT.SHEJPPARD RY.    !§?2
Red Mountain Ry,    fS
■ J A n p 1 |l is the headquarters for the Pierre Lake and Flat
mUllUAN Creek mining districts which contain more partially developed mines and prospects showing bodies   of sulphide
Morgan Will Be Another Rossland
The GRAND UNION  HO
TEL it is easily seen,
Io  cralf.rarlarlli.  l-iiri    l*nr     Prnrario    I     Cmmecla nl Rojslaml Willi  the  l.'nnnalinil  Pa*
is spiencnaiy run by  rropne- aictxy.tmBauncUrycreekpomta.
ConnaCta at IttVfri Kialla watta stain.- 'lally lair
LOTS
FROM
$25 to $250
LOTS
TEI.HPHONBS:{   _£w£cap|
CHAS. E. BENN,
EFFECTIVE M.Y 5
Stocks, Mines, & Real Estate
Bought and Sold on Commission
At such low prices as will make
the workingman _:lacl.
mcol>»*   Geo. H' Green, Prop
12:25 a, 111.
9:15 a. in.
Arrive.
Spokane
Kai*.' I. Ill a',.
Nelson. 7:15 p. ni.
II. A. JACKSON,
'■1 !!■ 1.1. PtaMflgal Ai:t
HjKakane. WRRh.
H. P. DROWN,
algeill, KOMlaual,  B.C.
One-half cash and the balance in two equal payments at three and six months, without interest
gi_j|_j|j|__j|__|[_J|__.igJ|__!|[_Ji
ftM
|j TERMSr.
5^^   For full particulars call on or address
stsM H- w. 6. JACKSON.
§a^   Postoffice Block, Ro island, B. C.
mm^m*^^

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