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Array THE EVENING
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Vol. IIII   NO. 46
ROSSLAND,   B. C,     FRIDAY,  JUNE 24 1904
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Price Five Cents
Bargains In Shoes
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so low that it will surprise vou when you ^T
seethe Shoes. We cannot tell yon all 0
aboir it in this space, Come ancl see for jit.
yourselves. Z"
C. O. LALONDE
The Big Shoe Store
30-32 Columbia Ave.
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THEY ELECT
OFFICERS
Grand Lodge Comes to an
End.
VISITORS LEAVING THIS EVENING
"I like to bave my prescriptions compounded at Morrow's Drug Store."
So Faid a patient to a doctor recently.
vFveryih'ng 'here is npat, olean aod buB
iness like and  ymi never hear any talking
.,.,,.*■:     and laughing bsbi'id tbe prnpoription osce."
Prom tbe  wav  our business continues to grow we know
■ tbat the majority of tbe peopli appreciate a drug store con
duoted ae ours is.    Your patronage Bolioited.
T. R. MORROW
ROSSLAND, B. C. THE DRUGGIST
Have
a Look Around the Rossland
Mines-Will Take in
Nelson*
BOMBARDING PORT ARTHUR
Japanese Persist in Their Old
Tactics.
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
suspension of Stunden & Co.
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Our Prices are Right
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A. T. eollis
& Company
THE UP-TO-DATE JOB PRINTERS.
18 DR.BRUHISPS  I
OINTMENT I
Has established itself ae a household necessity and
has a reoord of Cures unparalleled in the history of
Medioine, It cures old and new Sores, Uloers,
Eczema, Salt Rheum, Itching Piles, Chafings,
Pimples, Blackheads and all Skin Diseases. This
Ointment has been in use almost half a Century.
Testimonials from thousands who have been
cured of Skin Diseases of long standing testify
to its Curative qualities.
Tbe Grand Lodge of the "aeons
finished its labors tbis afternoon
after a protraoted session wbioh
lasted well into last night. The
bn*>ines« transac ed last night was
the election of officers for the ooming ve«r who are as follows.
W. J.   Bowser,   Vanoouver—M.
W. Grand Master.
™T. J. Armstrong, New Westmin-
Btar—R. W. Deputy Qrand   Mas
ter.
G. Johnstone, Nelson—R. W.
Senior Grand Warden.
J. H. Sohofield, Trail—R W.
Junion Grand Warden.
Rev. C. A. Proeunier, Revelstoke
—V. W. Grand Chaplain.
Harry H. Watson, Vanoouver—
M. W. Grand Treasurer.
Robert E Brett, Viotoria—V. W.
Grand Seoretary.
'   A..   J.    Craylen,   Esquimalt—
Grand Tyler.
This morning the installation of
officers were taken up. This witb
the inspection of the Rossland
preceptory completes the labors of
the past 24 hours.
Last evening an interesting Bervice was held in the Temple by the
Rev. H. Fiennes-Clinton, rector of
Vanoonver parish ohuroh, St.
James. It consists of the reputation of the Lord's prayer, the singing of one or two hymns and an
appropriate sermon.
This afternoon a number of the
visitors are taking in the mines
and thiB evening many for tbe
coast. Some ot these are taking
the opportunity to see Nelson, the
pretty little Kootenay oity on the
lake.
Balls and banquets are apparently not the order of tbe day with
the Grand Lodge whioh hae devoted itself exclusively to business of
the fraternity.
ADVANCING  THROUGH  LIAUTUNG
News from the Seat of War is In a Chaotic State—
The   Russians   Are   Still  Retreating.
NEWS IN A
MJTSHELL
Items of Interest  Round
the World.
Major  Hodgini
Directions for use—Apply freely night and morning, or often as required.
 PRICE	
50 Cents a 8ox
MANUFACTURED BY
Dr Bruhn Medical Qo
NEW YORK
Sole agent;for [Rossland, T.   R. MORROW, The  DfUggiSt
' CALL FOR A TRIAL BOX.
Word has reaohed Nelson from
South Afrioa that captain A. E.
Hodgins formerly commanding No.
2 company R. M. R„ has attained
his majority in the imperial service.
Eggs for Sals.
Rose Comb Brown Leghorn eggs
for tale. The great egg maohine,
leading all others in the great Australian egg competition now going
on. Guaranteed pure blood, 11.50
per setting. Apply to James Anson,
Durham addition, above dam.
Deer Park Btrawberries are the
largest and beBt flavored. They
oan be had at W. H. Humble,
phone 150.
Sewing maohine, cooking Btove
household furniture tor sale. Apply
Bauer.
Chefoo, June 24 ..-It is reported
here that the Japanese made a de'
termined attaok upon Port Arthur
\«-Hterday, June 22, and also during
the night. Two Bteamers just arrived passed Port Arthur at 1
o'olook this morning, some distance
offshore- The oaptains, both re
liable men, say they did not hear
any firing at that hour.
Mukden, June 23.—Gen. Pilug,
obief of the military staff of Vice
roy Alexeieff, announced that on
July 20, he will Buspend the foreign correspondents whose papers
have failed to eene the Vioeroy two
oopies of eaoh issue containing their
contributions. The suspension will
continue until the oopies are received.
St. Petersburg, June 24—Emperor Nioholas has received the following despatch from General Kouropatkin under date of June 24:
"A Japanese army from Kaiohou
is gradually advanoing northward.
General Kuroki's advance from
Hsiuyen hae been suspended, evidently to affect an alignment of the
two armies.
The strength of the enemy's vanguard is approximately a division
and several squadrons of oavalry
and "the Hsiuyen foroe of nine
squadrons supported by a Btrong
column of infantry toward the
eouth. The enemy's position on
June 19 and 21 extended within
seven miles southward to Senuahen
along a line from the sea to the
mountains and difficult district
east of the railway.
The enemey's advance lines are
being strongly held by oavalry and
a screen of infantry. The passes
and defiles in the mountains east
of tbe railway are also vigilantly
guarded. A movement of Btrong
Japanese mounted patrols, witb
infantry supports, was noted on
June 20, from 5 in the afternoon
onwards. We had no losses in the
firing whioh ensued, while tbe Japs
had several killed   and   wounded.
"An inorease in the Jap foroes
haB been noted south of Vanfia and
near the villiges of Manzia, Vaedia
and Khakaiei. Reinforcements
are also reaohing the Japanese at
the farthest point of the road between the Hsiuyen and Tanohi,
via Paiahnaou and Siakhotan.
The Japanese are erecting field
fortifications on the road from
Hsiuyen to Haiohau.
The enemy's outposts have occupied the pass between Chang-
raibei and Paichang on the northern
road, nine and a half miles eaBt of
Siakhotan and the Chapan pass,
seven and a half miles south of
Siakhotan.
Kaiohau, Jnne 24—Japanese
scouts have appeared two miles
from Siuchen. The main body of
the enemy are three miles in their
rear. General S.msonoff, of the
rear guard, is falling back as ths
Japanese advanoe. A number of
men missing after' the battle of
Vafangow have joined their regiments. The Russian losses are
expected to total 3500. The troops
are in excellent oondition in spite
of the fearful weather. The roads
are ankle deep in mud, but the
rains are now ceasing. General
Kouropatkin arrived on Monday
and inspected General Stalkenberg's
corps and addressed the troops,
saying: "I Bhall see you soon
again. We must settle wilh the
Japanese promptly. Till then we
are not going home."
The general also addressed the
regimentB which specially distinguished themselves in tbe recent
fighting and presented the St.
George's cross to 250 offioers and
men who were drawn up on the
platform of the railroad station
and gave the oommander in ohief a
hearty send off.
Kouropatkin stood on the steps
of his train as it moved out and
waved out a farewell to his troops.
The reports of the Japanese
treatment of prisoners and wounded
are marked by extraordinary contradictions. In some oases the
greatest kindness has been shown
to the Russians, but from elsewhere oome reports of brutality
and worse. One incident is cited
in whion the Japanese during the
fighting sent Chinese bearers to
wounded Russians and bad them
removed to a hospital.
LATEST TELEGRAPH BULLETINS
Ths Doings of ConspicuousSPsrsons
Affecting Canadian. Interests.
HAS   NO SUPERIORITY
President Cramp Compares
Foreign and Native Labor and Product
Philadelphia, June 24.—The
Merohant Marine Commission,
again at Philadelphia as in New
York, elicits testimony unwelome
to ship subsidizing protectionists.
Mr. Cramp, president of the Cramp
Shipbuilding Company, after declaring for differential duties aB the
best means of reviving Amerioan
commerce, admitted that the olaim
of superior skill for American
workmen wae not maintainable.
He eaid:
"With the labor saving devices
in foreign yards foreign workmen
are able to turn out quite as muoh
work as Americans, quite as well
done."
It is reported that the Tibetan
expedition is opposed by 20,000
men.
The prisoners of the Morocoan
bandit, Raisuli. are to be released
today.
It is eaid that there will be two
challenges from Great Britain lor
the America Cup.
It is alleged that 1000 Jews have
been illegally struck off the voting
list in Montreal.
David Stoddart will be the Liberal candidate in the forthcoming
Lillooet eleotion.
It is reported that the whole output of the Russian oil fielda at
Baku is in Rockefeller's hands.
Another naval engagement has
taken plaoe between the Japanese
fleets and the forts of Port Arthur.
It is alleged that the British
Consul General in Brazil ordered
down the Canadian flag from a
Nova Sootian vessel.
As was expected the nomination
of President Roosevelt by the Republioan Convention to succeed
himself was unanimous.
Charles W. Fairbanks bas received the unanimous nomination
of the Republioan Convention for
the vice presidentship.
It iB again reported that there il
big  battle  near  Liauyang in
which the Japanese were surprised
and defeated,
The Miner reports that the Premier and the Minister of.Minea
may be expected here shortly.
They are in too much terror of oar
contemporary.
The Liberal press at tbe Coast ia
objecting to the government exchanging 1000 aores of orown land
near Westminster, on wbioh to
ereot a farm in aid of the asylum
fcr tbe insane for 1000 aores of
land near Coquitlam lake.
A new trial has been ordered by
the Full Court in the caBe of two
Chinamen sentenced to death for
murder of the Victoria Chinese
theatre manager by Mr. Justioe
Irving. The order was granted on
the grounds that the judge's charge
did not point out the difference between murder and manslaughter.
Pressed to compare Amerioan
with foreign results in steelmaking
be said:
"I must admit that the processes
used abroad for making Bteel for
shipbuilding bb slightly better tban
in Amerioa." It is foreign iron—
not Bteel nor processes—whioh is inferior to Amerioan.
If you want a nioe spring'suit of
olothes oall at Smith <fc Lougheed,
the Tailors.
Wanted—A situation by a girl
to do general house work, Apply
to V. Shore, Niokel Plate flat.
Fresh crabs served at the Palaoe
Cafe. THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND B. C, JUNE
24 1904
I
The Evening World
Br tht World Publishing Company.
I Kntercd at the Rowland, B. ic, poslofllce fo
traaamlsalon through the malli.-tay 1, io>i a
second clau reading matter.
•0BSC--PTIOH BATaS-tSoollper year ln
nrUbly ln «d-ance. Adre'lUlng ratea made-
known oa 09plication.
JAMES H. FLETCHER.
IQ-N-RAL  MANAGER: ___
r. O. Boxjoi ItoAHlund. )
WATER RIGHTS.
It is publicly  olaiined   by   ex-
Deputy Sheriff Robinson  that the
money that was expended oa tbe
connection of Rook Creek with the
city's   water   system  would have
built auoh a dam on Stoney creels
M would have enabled the munioi
pality to approaoh the mines and
My that they had the water for
concentration.    It  is  also stated
that a Spokane man, Norman, had
given his opinion to the effeot that
a dam oould be built on the head
water, ol this oreek whioh would be
ample to supply.a oonoentrator or
concentrators aod Hill give the city
an  increased fire proteotion and
that this dam could be built at
comparatively   small   oost.    The
trouble with both opinions is that
they are given by laymen, not engineers. But the matter is one that
oould be easily verified.   The head
water, of Stoney creek have been
denuded of timber to a large extent,
go muoh ao as to affect the  water
collection, bnt this has one advantage at the present juncture, whioh
it that levels can easily be run over
the ground and at the same time
the surfaoe oan readily be examined.   For there are two points in
examining  a  proposed   site for a
dam.   The one is that ths ground
behind must not slope too rapidly
in  proportion,    its  coBtiiness .beginning to mount up io geometrical
progression the higher the   wall.
For a low wall need not have a
very    broad    footing.     But   the
higher the wall the broader the
looting.   For take a wall six feet
high, with an average one to one
■lope it /follows that if the orest of
tho wall is one foot thick, tbe foot
of the wall would be 13 feet and
100 feet of euoh a dam would oontain 1-55.55 oubio yards.    But if
the  wall   were double the height
with tbe same slopes and crest, the
oubio yards therein for 100 feet of
length would be upwards of 577.77,
or nearly four times and not twioe
as  muoh.   Thus  the coat   would
rapidly tend   to become prohibitive.   Also the site must be suoh
that  the sides more or  less con-
rerge, or  the   length of  the dam
might easily beoome formidable
. The other point is this, that the
dam must not  leak.   That is to
say that the dam must go down to
bedrock so that tbe water oannot
percolate under.   Further, if it ie
possible to avoid it there should be
no big fissure or fault behind.which
would  aot  as a  oonduit for   the
water as was the case in the Nickel Plate mine.
Now In a olear oountry suoh ae
this, so olose to the oity, there
should be no trouble in getting a
set of JevelB run by a competent
engineer, who should also examine
the surface of tbe country and pre
pare estimates. It is possible that
a cribbed dam of logs faced with
olay might suffice, but suoh prob
lems as these are f jr an engineer to
decide and to deolde after a careful
examination of the premises.
As to   the   question of cost.    If
tbe cost of the dam was not prohi
tire the oost might be met in ex-
ao'.ly the same manner as tbe cost
of the Rock creek flume was met,
that is to say by hypothecation of
debentures. The undertaking
would have to realize six per cen',
that being the interest charged by
tbe bank, but lhat is all. The
oity would gain by the added num
ber of mills in the camp, and the
opening up  of
employment to a larger number of
men, and thus yielding a higher
revenue. But even if it oame to a
question of Belling debentures
it must be remembared that there
is a wide difference in Belling debentures for a scheme whicbjjyields
a revenue and selling debentures foi*
the improvement of streets whiob
yields nothing direotly. If our
oity financiers insist on pledging
the general oredit of tbe oity on
their usual plan, they will not succeed of oourse. A few years ex
perience ought to have taught
tbem that. But suoh is not the
way in whioh oities taking up municipal enterprises finance their
schemes. On the contrary they
detach the scheme irom the city
and then proceed to finance it just
as any ordinary private oompany
would do,
WORLD'S  FAIR.
Special Rates from Roaaland via the
Spokane Falls & Northern
Railway
St Louis and relurn $G0 00
Chicago and return -.. 05 00
Corresponding rates to other eastern points.
the mines giving J Selling Dates—
June 16th, 17th and 18th.
July 1st, 3nd and 3rd.
August 8th, 9th and 10th.
September 5tb, Gth and 7th.
October 3rd, 4th and 5th.
Good for 90 days with stop over
privileges. For full particulars
and Bleepihg oar reservations apply
to
H. P. Bkown, Agent,
Rossland, B. 0.
H A. Jackson, Gen. Pass. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.
Tha Coming Circus
Norris and Rowe have conceived
a new sensation for their greater
show this season. On the vast
circular Bourse that encloses the
triple rings within the huge white
tents, the races, sport and pastimes
of ancient Imperial Rome will be
given. A realistic revival of tbe
raoes run in the Circus Maximus
and Colisseum, which involve the
struggling contests between men,
horses, ponies, elephants and all
animals fleet of foot and filled with
the fire of ambition to excel and
first reach the goal of viotory
Chariots correctly constructed, costumes accurate in detail and design and every accessory is
adequately reproduced to make the
Olympian games complete.
Tha Georgia Mlnlatrela
This oity will soon be visited by
the oldest amusement enterprise in
America, Riohards & Pringle'e
Famous Georgia Minstrels, an
organization that stand for only
what ie best in colored minstrelsy,
a company that has been under
one management for over 24 years,
a long time for any enterprise to
exist, especially in the field of
minstrelsy. There .is always
cause for effeot, and the cause in
this caBe is that Richards & Pringle have always organized eaoh
season particularity strong company
of colored artists, never attempting
to trade on their excellent reputa
tion but each season endeavoring
to eclipse themselves in catering to
the publio.
Eggs for Sa le.
Rose Comb Brown Leghorn eggB
for .ale. The great egg machine,
leading all others in the great Australian egg competition now going
on. Guaranteed pure blood, $1.50
per setting. Apply to James Ansen,
Durham addition, above dam.
All kinds of Cut' Flowers re
ce!ve_ daily at the Palace Candy
Store
All kinds of cleaning, pressing
and repairing nicely done at Smith
& Lougheede, the tailors.
If you want to be well dressed
have your clothes made at Smith
& Lougheed.
Deer Park strawberries are the
largest and best flavored. They
can be had at W. H. Humble,
pbone 150.
Sewing machine, cooking stove
household furniture for sale. Apply
Bauer.      	
If you want a nioe epringjsult Of
clothes oall at Smith & Lougheed
the Tailors.
Bigger bargains than ever before
at Cherrington's pipe sale.
Strangers in the city will find
the beBt meale at tbe Palace  Cafe.
H©USE   gLEflNING
GOODEVE'S HCU3.H0LD
AMMONIA
Cleans everything. 3?c. pint
GOODEVE'S FURNITURE
POLISH
Removes stains and scratches.    25c. bottle.
SILVER SOAP and
SILVER POLISH
All kii:ds.
GOODEVE'S ROACH and
MOTH FXTERMINAT0R
Never Fails
25c. a box
Certificate of Improvementa.
NOTICB.
GOODEVE'S BEDBUG
POISON
Kills insects of all kinds.
25c. bottle. -
OX GALL SOAP
Cleans    carpets,'  curtains,
etc,, etc.
Gum Camphor, Moth Camphor. Insect Powder,
Chloride Lime, Carbolic Acid, Etc,
Goodeve Bros.
Druggists and Stationers
It paws to Deal With Goodeve Bros.
Georgia Fraction Mineral Claim, situated in the Trail Oreek MiningDivision
of West Kootenay District.
Where located: On Monte Chrislo
mountain, adjoining the Eveaing Star
mine.
Tske notice that I, Kenneth L. Burnet, agent (or Albert Howard MaeNeill, Esq. free miner's certificate No,
U755031 and Louis L. Bertonneau, free
miner's eerttficateNo. B7S301, intend, 60
days from ths data hereot, to apply to the
mining recorder for a certificate
of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining - crown grant of the above claim
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance ol suoh certificate of
Improvements,
Dated at Rossland, B. C, this 12th day
of Mav A.D. 1004.
KENNETH L. BURNET
P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revels.oke,Grten-
wood, Grand Folks and Vancouver.
RETAIL   MAPKETS-Rossland, Trail, Nelson,! Ymir, Kaslo
Sar.don, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, Grand Forks,
Greenwood, Phoenix, Midway, Camp   McKinney.
Revelstoke, Ferguson and Vancouver.
Fish,   Came ud  Poultry In Season, Sausages ot Al) Kind..
WM. DONALD, Manager Roaranri Branch
POWDER SMOKK- Did, it ever
give yon headache? Dr. Seotts
headaohe powders are a quick and
sure oure. Sold at Morrows Drug
st-."
Lerar's Y*Z (Wise He_d) DUinfeotant Soap
Powder dusted in tha bath soften* the
water at the urn* time that it difinfect*. •#
Hazelwood Ice Cream
HOME MADE
TAFFIES
BROKENSHIRE.Confcctionery ;! GhlllfWHCk
E. G. DYER
Stenography and Typewriting
PHONE 120
Le Roi Ave., Two Prors West trom Club
For Sale—Lodging House.   Ap-
ply to this office
Crown Point Hotel, Trail. Lead
ing hotel in the smelter oity.
Table servioe at the Palaoe Cafe
is superior to any in the city,
Th* Fiaher Maiden
Seven men are working at the
Fisher Maiden, Slooan, driving a
tunnel to get under the ore shoot
that was worked in 94. The tunnel is now in 850 feet and will be
driven another 150 feet.
The Sweat Grata
Four men are wokiag on the
Sweet Grass, Slooan. The work
is being done mainly on the surface with a view of finding one of
those rich croppings bo common
with   Goat  mountain   properties
Wanted—A situation by a girl
to do general house work, Apply
to V. Shore, Niokel Plate flat.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ra Hamon it  Bisson Eatata
A meeting of the creditors
ot the above estate will  be
held in  the office of   A. H.
MaeNeill, No. 10., Columbia
avenue  east, in the city of
Rossiand, B. C, at 3 o'olock
in the afternoon, on Tuesday,
the 28th day of June, 1904.
Walter J Robinson
Assignee Estate
of Hamon & Bisson
Dated June 18, A. D. 1904.
Sunlight Soap will not
burn the nap off woolen.*;
nor the surface off linens.
Sunlight
Soap
REDUCES
EXPENSE
ORDER   YOUR
WOOD
AT   THE
Le Roi Stables
Dry Fir and Tamarac at
$5, per cord,
ii SpecialsatPaulson's
'' _
P. B. Blend
Goffee
Mooseiaw
Flour
Butter!
Paulson
Bros.
•THE GROCERS;
MMM
*******
Teltphcne 39.
Rceplsnd B.C
The Alhambra
Family   Liquor
Store
We supply only_firel claes'goods.
Our WineB and Liquors are especially adapted to family and medicinal purposes. All goods at whole-
sal prices. GoodB delivered.to
any part of the city.    Phono 268.
GEO. OWEN    Prop.
BerlinerGramophoneii
Is the grea'est talking machine made. Easy payments. Call and see for
you r| elf.
M. W.  Simoson
AGENT
Jm
NOTICE OF MEETING.
Notice is hereby Riven that the annual
general meeting of the shareholders of
lhe Nelson snd Fort Sheppard Railway
Company will be held at the office of A,
Hi MaeNeill, Miner Hlock, Columbia
Avenue, Rossland, B. C, on Wednesday, tho 13th day of July, 1604, at th;
htur of 5 o'clock in tho aflernoon, for
the election of directors and for Ihe
transaction of other business connected
with or incident to the undertaking,
Dated at Rossland, B. C„ this 6th day of
June, 1904 A. M. THOMAS.
Secretary
Ella Fraction mineral claim aituate in
the frail Creek Mining Diviaion of Weat
Kootenay District.
Where located—On Deer Park mountain adjoining the Abe Lincoln mineral
claim.
Take notice that I, Wm. B, Townsend,
free miner's certificate No. B75,_44, for
myself, und Ella Clark McD-nald, free
miner's certificate No. £75,607, and the
administrator of the estate of the
late Madeline Layton (deceased)
free miner's certificate No. B57467,intend
60 days from tbe date hereot, to apply to
the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Orown Grant, for the above
claim.
And further tako notiee tbat action,
nnder section 37, muet be commenced
before the issuance of auoh Certificate of
Improvementa.
Dated at Rossland, B. C, thi* 35th
day of April, A. D. 1904.
WM. B. TOWNSEND,
Applicant.
Certificate of Improvement
NOTIOK.
Addie, Great Britain, Extension and G.
B. Fraction Mineral Claims, situate in
the Grand Forks Mining Division of
Yale District.
Where located: On McCrae creek,
near Bo-.anza Siding,
Take notice that I, Kenneth L. Burnet agent for Geo. A. Paulson, free miner's certificate No. 857492, intend, sixty
days from the date hereol.to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Ct.rt-.cate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claim,
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the.iBsuance of such Certificate of
Improvement,
Dated this uth day of May, A, D.I004.
KENNETH L. BOBNET, P. L. S.
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MORTGAGE SALE.
Under and by virtue of the power of
sale contained in a certain indenture of
mortgage which will be produced at time
cf sale, there will be sold on
Wednesday, July 20,1904
At 12 o'clock noon
On the premises in the City of Ross'and,
Province of British Oolumbia, the following lands and premises, namely:
Lot 18 in block 16, Railway Addition
to City of Rossland, B. C„ Map 616.
Terms and conditions will be made
known at the time of sale.
MARIE LANG,
(Mortgagee) Vendor.
Dated, Roseland, B, C, June 14, 1904.
In the Supreme Court of British
Columbia.
'n the County Court of Kootenay,
Holden at Rossiand.;
Rossland Home Bakery
Atlt, far tke OrUicon Bar.
Fresh crabs served at the Palace
Cafe.
WALTER. J. ROBINSON
AUCTIONEER
Heal Estate aad Customs Broke'
Next to Postoffice
Have moved
Their Pakery
To Columbia
Avenue, next
Door to
Challoner's
Jewelry Store
C. Schwartzenhauer, Proprietor
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Steve Barbora vs. The Cascade Gold Mining and Milling Oompany, Limited,
and
L. J. Brailo ys The Cascade Gold Mining and Milling Company, Limited.
Under and by virtue of the orders
made in these 'actions by his honor, Judiie
eamy, snd dated tbe 17th day (June,
1904, the properties of the otf nd. nt
company Consisting of the Cascade California and Royal Kantraroo mineral
olaima and being lots numbers 5000. 5001
iinrt 5002, respectively, (iroup 1, Koote-
n;iy District, will be cBVnd for sale by
publio auction at the couit house in the
City of Rossland, on Wednesday the
2othdity of June, 1904, at the hour of 11
o'clock in the forerojn, unless the
amounts due on.tbe said judgmi uts and
costs be sooner paid.
Sale will be subject to rights of Bank
of Montreal as mortgagee,
Dated .at Rossland, B. O. 2ist June,
1904. U.K. TOWNSEND,
Registrar.
In the goods and lands of George Henry
Bayne, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all creditors and others having claims against the
estate of the said George Henry Bayne,
who died on or about the 7th day ol August, 1003, are required on or before the
first day of Juiy, 1904, to aend by post
prepaid or deliver to Charles H. Bayne
or Andrew N. Bayne both of Halifax, N.
S., executors of the last will and testament of the deceased, their Christian
and surnames and addresses and descriptions with full particulars of their
claims, statements of their accounts and
the nature of the securities, if any, held
by them.
And further take notice that after the
last mentioned date, we, the said executors, will proceed to distribute the assets
of thc d* ceased aforesa'd among tbe parlies entitled thereto, having regard only
to the claims of which we shall then
have notice, and that » e »ill not be liable for the said assets or any part thereof
tu any person or persons whose claims
shall not have been received by us at the
time of such distribution.
Dated at Rossland, B. C., this 16th
day May, 1904.
CHARLES u. BAYNE } F„r„,„,.
ANDREW li BAYNE   J E»cu*°',»
By A. H.MacNEILL,
Their Solicitor.
Application for Transfer of Liquor
License,
Notice.is hereby given that we will apply to thc Board ol Licensing Commissioners of the City of Rossland at iu next
meeting lor a transfer of the liquor  li
cense held by H H Dimcck aud Gt* rge
A. Yoike for tbe    ■•aple   Leai   saloon
situated on   Columbia    .<venue,   in trie
oity ofRossland, B. C, ki Oscar Halm.
H. H   DIMMOCK
GLO A. YO**KE
OSCAR HAHN
Dated this 26th day ol May, 11X14.
SOCIETY   CARDS.
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W. O. -nlila-M*, facMt-iy -■ """■'•'
THE EVENING WORLD ROSSLAND, B. C, JUNE 24   1904
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Is still drawing the crowds to our store. If you have not ta-
ken advantage of the drop in prices it will pay you to come
and see what We have of interest. You'll find the new and
most desirable goods here. And remember the prices are all
m-arked in plain figures. When WE cut the price it is a
GENUINE SEDUCTION.
FROM JU1TE  24tli TO JULY 1st
WE WILL GIVE YOU SPECIAL PRICES ON THE FOLLOWING LINES
SKIRTS
Crash Skirts, all sizes $1.25
Duck Skirts all sizes  1.25
Colors, Blaok aad White, Blue and White.
White   Pique   Skirts      1.50
Our nice $4.50 Pique Skirts 3.50
Linen Skirts trimed with lace 3'50
Print Suits  3.00
Chambry Suits  5.00
Shirt Waist Suits in Eta-mine, Linen and Crash, all at rednced prioes
White Organdy Suits, Skirts and Waist, both trimmed with Lace   $7.50, Suit.
One only $15.00 Pongee Suit, Sale price $9.50
Colored Shirt Waists on sale 50c Up
White Shirt Waists on Sale 90c Up
Silk Waists, White, Back, Blue and Pink, on sale from $2.00 to $8.50
Wash Silks for 30 Cents
Blaok Etamine on sale for $1,15
MILLINERY
This seasons favorite at half-price.
All our Pattern Hats will go at half-price, also a
big reduction on all our summer Chiffon Hats.
Don't delay buying your Hat at once.
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FOR THE CHILDREN
Little Girls   Parasols, ,35c and 50c.
Wash Dresses       75c to $3.0O
Cashmere   Coats,     Corduroy    Coats,   Cashmere
Dresses and Silk Dresses.
A few Special lines.   Baby Hammocks $1.25
4.00 Hammocks large size 3.oo
Childrens Nazareth Waists...!   35c
Children Vests and Hose  10c, 15o
Children Red Cashmere H ose, Silk heel and toe 35c
Childrens Muslin Bonnets : 15c
ALL OUR NE6KWEAR ON SALE UP TO JULY 1
MARTHUR.HARPER
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ROSSLAND'S UP-TO-DATE STORE THE EVENING  WORLD ROSSLAND,    B. C, JUNE 24,    -904
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THE LOCAL
EXCHANGE
GREEN  CITY BOOMING
WORLD'S   FAIR.
Transactions    Are
This  Week.
Light
LITTLE MOVEMENT RECORDED
The Latest Quotations and Sales
Locally    Upon]  the
Market!
The only sale reoorded this
morning was one of American Boy
at a very low figure.
Today's Looal Q-cUtloni:
Aikcd
Amerlc-n Boy....... -,,.,.      aX
Ben Hot        -V
Black T-U        3
Canadian Oold -Itldl         4«
Cariboo (Camp HcKlnnty) ex-dlT       i a
Ccatnsur      -1
Crowa Not Paaa Goal I
Pair-lew        I
Planer Maiden -....       -X
Went	
Granby Conaolidated «...  U->5
lloi-in* Olorj ..-,        i
Kout-bUon        8
North Star OUrt Kootanaj).. ...       5
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na
mbltr-C-rlboo	
au pou	
_ulU-t.ii	
Tom Thumb	
War Kagle Conaolidated.
Waterloo (Aaaen. paid)	
While Bear (Attesr. • nl.'!
*a
Bid
•Y,
16
13-50
in
•*a
1
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Today's Sales.
Amerioan Boy, 2000, 2c.
MINOR  MENTION
The White   Bear   concentrotor
buildings are making quick  head
way.
There ia talk of a promenade
concert in tbe rink. Must wail
tili summer arrives.
Nothing has been heard lately of
the clockwork mill—a citizen
opines it might wan.t winding up,
A dance was given at tho Old
Fallows hall last night ia honor of
MisB R. Demuth on the occasion ol
her going to Spokane.
W. Tomlinson formerly of the
Snowshoe has joined the staff of
the Le Boi. Good recruiting ground
the Snowshoe, when is Astley
com ng out?
It is announed that the manager
of the Northport smelter has resigned. Extraordinary to say no
faulty assaying or sampling is alleged io this oase.
During the summer of 1899 it
rained 28 days in August and on
19 of those daye it snowed at tbe
Wallingford mine Tbioh is at
elevation of 6400 feet.
The strawberry social at the
Minirs Union Hall yesterday given
by the ladieB of the Churoh of the
Sacred Heart in aid of that ohuroh
proved a great success.
The snow has not been seen s
late on Mount Roberts since the
summer of 1899 when it did not
disappear until July 4, bo as to be
invisible from Columbir avenue.
Likely Future Before New
Mining and Logging
Camp.
Special Rates from Rossland via the
Spokane Falls 6. Northern
Railway.
Green oity is to have a boom
within the next thirty days according to the man who haB had
always the greatest faith in this
promising region of tbe Kootenays.
Mr. Green reports that he is going
to move there during July and
reside permamently in his newly
chosen home and declares that he
has no doubt when the attractions
of the plaoe, its opportunities for
making money, are more fully
known that many people from tbe
surrounding cities, RoBsland, Nelson, Trail and Ymir will oome in
also.
The immediate oause of the new
interest being taken is partly the
faot that a new oompany, oalled
the Green City Mining and Development oompany is taking over
Green oity and witb it some ten
million feet of timber and will install a sawmill imediately.
There are a number of mines
working in the district amoi g
which may be inoluded the Second
Relief, Waffer, Good Hope (which
was recently acquired by capitalists from Kansas city), Surprize,
Tigar, Keystone Arlington and
Canadian King.
The Arlington, Bays Mr. Green,
is now shipping netting $1,000 to
the car as is also the Canadian
King with like results. The Keystone is also about to start shipping.
Besides these properties a couple
of Spokane men, Judge Peel and
Major Boyd are putting in sn
hydraulic plant to woik some of
the placer claims of which such
great things are exepccted.
Mr. Green is convinced that with
such advantages opening up before
the ooming burg, which is Bituated
on the main line of the railroad,
that it will not fail to attraot a
number of energetic residents who
will soon make it a thriving community.
St Louis and return $60 00
Chicago and return  65 00
Corresponding rates to other eastern points.
Selling Dates—
June 16th, 17th and 18th.
July 1st, 3nd and 3rd.
August 8th, 9tb and 10th.
September 5th, 6th and 7th.
Ootober 3rd, 4th and 5th.
Good for 90 days with stop over
privileges. For full particulars
and Bleeping oar reservations apply
to
H. P. Brown, Agent,
Rossland, B. C.
H A. Jackson, Gen. Pass. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.
All kinds  of  Cut' Flowers re
calved daily at the Palace Candy
Store
All kinds of cleaning, pressing
and repairing nicely done at Smith
& Lougheeds, the" tailors.
Nioe fresh lake trout at the B. C.
Market, Columbia avenue.
Table service at tbe Palace Cafe
is superior to any in the city,
Lev.*-. Y*Z (Wise Hewl) Diainfeotuit Soap
Powder dilated in the bath aoftena tha
water A* the Mme time tbat it didnboU. •»
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
C.P.R. ATLANTIC S.S. LINE
r'rom Montreal
Lk.Manitoba Jun \o Lk.Champlain Jul 14
ALLAN  LINE
From Montreal
Tunisian....July.... 1    Ionian July 8
DOMINION LINE
From Montreal
Vanconver...July 2    Kensington.July o
AMERICAN   LINE
From New York
New York....July 2   St. Paul....July 9
CUNARD LINE
lucania....July 2   Umbria July 9
1-RENCH LINE
LaGascogne .July 2   La Ton alnejjuly 9
HAMBUKtt AMERICAN LIME
Patricia July 2   Deutschland July 7
ALLAN STATE LINE
Nuinidian ..July 7   Mongolian...July 14
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.
If you want to be well dressed
have your clothes made at Smith
& Lougheed.
Strangers in the oity will find
the beet meals at tbe Palace  Cafe.
For Sale—Lodging House.   Apply to this office.
Crown Point Hotel, Trail.  Leading hotel in the smelter oity.
THE
London Directory,
CONTAINING over 2000 pa.es of condensed commercial matter, enables
enterprising traders throughout the Empire to keep in close touch with the trade
of the Motherland. Besides being a com
plete commercial guide to Loudon and
its Suburbs, the London Directory contains lists ol:—i
EXPORT:MERCHANT8  **m
with the goods .they chip, and the Colon
ial and Foreign markets they aupply.
8TEAM8HIP LINES
arranged under the Ports to which they
sail, and indicating the approximate
sailings.
PROVINCIAL APPENDIX
of Trade Notices of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in the principal
towns and Industrial centres of the
United Kingdom.
copy _ of the 1904 edition will be for
arded rei.ht paid en receipt of Post
Office Order for £1.
The London Directory Co.,Ltd
26 Aboburoh Lane, London, E. O
Bigger bargains than ever before
at Cberrington's pipe sale.
SMOKE THE BEST
W. B and
Crown Grant
Cigars	
They Are Union Made
Patronize a Home Industry
ROSSLAND llllir   9Q
WEDNESDAY JUIlL   LO
Performances
2 and 8 p. m.
By correspendfnee.   Ten weekly lessons
will make you perfect
OBTAIN   HIGHER   SALARY
Shorthand is nowadays indispensible
to everybody, Utilise spaie time. Moderate fee. We procure positions. Write
for free booklet.
Central Correspondence College
215 Ten p'e Cm mbeis,
Temple .: vin e, London, E. C.
OPERA house yucn   \\mt po
ONE NIGHT ONLY     ff LlI.   dUIlL   LCI
WCIWRDSfcPRINGlES *aFl3i£fA MINSTRELS
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it Seasonable Goods
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Inseot Powder Fly Paper Chloride of Lime
Bug Poison Moth Balls Camphor Balls
Cleaning Sponges    Chamois Skins       Silver Polish
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ALL SIZES AT
The Druggist   THOMAS STOUT'S
Cooling Drinks for   MoBt0of0aTnient i
Summer Weather.   *****$* _
NORRIS & ROWE'S
1TEW   BIG
CIRCUS      MENAGERIE      MUSEUM      HIPPODROME
uuai     iwi_.r-   LHrniLn    inHii   evert   D.runr.
2-RINGS "ffi!ffiD RIIMGS-O
' A   NEW  CIRCUS   THROUGHOUT 9mm
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A Maltitude of New Features Never liefore Presented in America
5 MARVELOUS BELFORDS  4   -  FLYING LA   VANS - •*
Th** World's Greatest Acrobats       I The MoBt Sensational Aerial Gymnasts
- GARDNER FAMILY - 6
Heros of the High Horizontal Bars
MELNOTTE. LANOLE S MELNOTTE   q
Kurope's Premier Coined*, High Wire
Artists
6 - GRACEFUL GROTHS - 6
Most Remarkable Contortionists Extant
3 - M'DONALD  BROS.
The Foremost Tri< lc Cyclists
8 - ROYAL   OKA   JAPANESE   TROUPE
ARENIC  ARTISTS  AND   ANIMAL   ACTORS
Peforming Elephants, Camels, Lions, Tigers, Hyenas, Tapirs, Llamas,
Buffaloes, Kangaroos, Ostriches, Elk, Deer, Ponies, Goats and Monkeys
20 - JOLLY JESTING CLOWNS - 2Q
ONE   HUNDRED   STARTLING   ACTS
Grand Gold Glittering Street Parade at 10:30 a. m.
Adults 50o.   Children 25c. One Tioket Admits Yon to Everything
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Strawberry     FRUIT „.   ,  -,    .   D
Cherry SSYRUPS Hlre B Root Beer                .
Pine Apple [ Qiuger Ale                     jj
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MERCHANTS' LUNCH
FROM  12.1TO:,8 F* M.
The Hotel Astor
Wasuington St., Bet. Second and-lhird
Headquarters for Commercial and Mining Men.
Room and Board $1.00 Per Dav and np.
Bar supplied with very finest Liquors and Cigars.
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Mrs. S.jHOBBS, Proprietor
The
Mutual Life
Insurance 60.
of NewuYork
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FEED   FEED SPEED
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Everything in the Feed line at rigbt_prices
^Orders promptly attended to__.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
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_The polioies 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 EastiBritish Columbia. 	
J. STILWELL I6LUTE
ROSSLAND, B. C.
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