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 THE EVENING
ORLD
Vol. II, No. si
ROSSLAND, B. C„ MONDAY, JUNE 30. 1902.
Price Five Cents.
We are having a
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OfWomen's and Children's Tan and
Chocolate Colored Shoes.
Do nol buy without having a look at our goods, for we have
the best   and  cheapest   footwear  in  the  city  of   Rossland.
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Our complete stock of these goods
AT COST..
AND LESS
to clear.     See our window.     Big
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Sole Agents for Rossland.
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n.ngton St., Op. Allan Hotel,
GUS RICHARD ALTMAH
Practical Lock and Gun- -
smith,Key Fitting.Sew-
ing    Machines   and
Typewriters   Repaired.
Sewing Machine Supplies
Musical Instruments Repaired
on short notice.
ALL    WORK   GUARANTEE!
Anaconda Saloon,
Cor.   rokane and First.
McPhee & McDonell,  - Proprs.
Fine Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
Phone 164.
Paulson Brothers,
GROCERS.
Fresh
Breen
Vegetables
Received Daily.
PAULSON BROS.,
W«ahlagt«a Strand Firat Aft
Tbe newest designs in wallpaper al
one cent per roll and upwaril. Daniel A
Arthur, Columbia avenue
We make a specially of family trade
at the International Family Liquor Store
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J. M. Jordan
Still doing business nt the
old stand, corner St. Paul
St. and Columbia Ave.
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Pictures,
Mouldings, Go Carts and
Baby Carriages. •«««««««
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A REBEL DEFEAT
Chinese   Insurgents   are
Driven Back
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Contradictory Reports of the  Rebellion Raging in North
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Very contradictory reports come
from China, via the Empress of
Chinaof the rebellion in Chihli. The
imperial officers have sent oat reports claiming victories over the
rebels, but these are not altogether
credited by the papers. A despatch to the Shanghai Daily News
from Paoting says:
"From latest accounts obtained
fr jm reliable sources in the north,
it is asserted that the news given
out by the officials at Paoting,
that the victories of Viceroy
Yuan's troops—and, we may add,
the massacres perpetrated by them
—in the districts of Chu-Hsien,
Kwangsung-Hsien and Wei-Hsien,
have quite pacified' them, is mere
fiction, and that in spite of the
many recent defeats of the rebels,
their ranks are being constantly
reinforced, and a determined
front is in consequence, yet presented against the government
forces. In view of this the latter
have been compelled to retreat to
vhe vicinity of the cities.
Another report Bays; "After the
defeat of the rebels at Chu Hsien,
the troops pursued them to their
entrenched villages, which were
completely surrounded; so that all
provisions were cut off. Two desperate sorties were . then made by
the Insurgents on consecutive
days. In the second many women
took part, as did lads from 13 to
14 years of age, and so impetuous
was the rush that the soldiers were
beaten back, and driven in three
different directions.
An official report says that 12,000
Imperial troops defeated 22,000
rebels near Nanking-Hsien, the
fight lasting seven hours. The report continues: "The Insurgents
rushed forward bravely but rashly
to the attack, but were stopped
half way by a stream of bullets,
shot and shell from the troops, who
bad halted, and taken advantage
of every cover at hand. Then
there was a faltering in the Insurgent ranks, who, seeing a cavalry
brigade deploying to take them on
the flanks, wavered, broke and fled,
making for their walled camps;
but the cavalry was on them before
half of them had got within 300
yards of shelter, and a regular
massacre ensued. Those who had
got into their trenches and camps,
however, rallied, and by their fire
d rove off the cavalry and covered
the retreat of their surviving comrades. The cavalry having retired
the artillery soon made it too hot
for the insurgents who finally fled
in confusion towards the south.
The city of Nanking-Hsien, which
had been captured by the insurgents, was then retaken by the
government troops. The insurgents made a very brave and desperate stand, their trenches being
choked with dead and wounded,
before they would flee from the
troops."
The Whitewater.
A cablegram from the Whitewater company's representative at
Nelson, published ib the B. C. Review, says: "During the month of
April 4632 tons have been milled,
producing 384 tons of concentrates;
approximate profit on month's
Working, $2800 U577)."
If you want a nice smoke ask for La
Federal at Ed. Farnsworth's cigar store
The Ymir Mine.
A cablegram from the Ymir mine
company's representative at Nelson to London says: "During last
month 45 stamps ran 718 hours;
estimated profit on operating,$9000
(£1856). (April profit, £1443)."
SNOWSHOE GOLD
Report of Position of the
Mine.
CIRCULAR TO SHAREHOLDERS
The Mine i
With
Negotiating for Terms
Various    Copper
Smelters.
The Coke Situation.
There is no change in the coke
situation, sayB the Phoenix Pioneer. Supplies are expected to be
received on or about the first of
July from tbe Crow's nest ovens,
and as the Granby smelter will
close two days this week, coke ie
pected to arrive by the time the
furnaces are blown.
G. B. CHOCOLATES, ALWAYS
FRESH, BULK OR BOXED, GOOD-
EVJS BBOS.
The Keystone.
P. J. Dermody and G. W. Rum-
berger are doing development on
the Keystone not far from the
Knob Hill. Their men are cross-
cutting the ledge.
MAKE A WAGER
Carlyon and Gelling Issue
a Challenge.
WILL DRILL FOR $100 TO $500
Are Content to Enter in Sweepstake
if That is Desired of
-Them.
Vancouver Assay Office.
In contemplation of a large increase in shipments of gold from
Klondike the government assay
office at Vancouver has been considerably enlargod.
The following circular has been
issued to the shareholders of the
Snowshoe Geld and Copper Mines:
"In view of the 5s call now being
made upon the partly paid shares,
the directors feel that it would perhaps be of interest to the shareholders to have a brief statement
as to the present position. Apart
from the vendors' shareB 48,475
shares have been allotted,on which
10s per share has been paid up,
yielding the sum of £24,237 10s.
"Though    this    company    waB
formed on June 20,1901, it, in accordance with   the   terms   of   the
prospectus, took over   the   Snow-
shoe mine and group of properties
from   the   1st March,  1901,   and
haB been responsible   for   all   ex-
penditure-since that date.      Since
the new company took   over   the
property some 2000 feet of   underground work  has  been   done   in
drifting, crosscutting,  raising   and
sinking, thus developing and opening up the large ore bodies already
shown up.   A large  new   working
shaft is in course of  construction
and will shortly be completed  to a
depth of about   300   feet. ' This
shaft will be capable   of   handling
from 300 to 400 tons of ore per day.
In addition  to   this   underground
work much has been done upon the
surface.   A large area   of   ground
has been cleared and stripped,   the
overlaying Boil being removed, thus
exposing the ore body near the Bur-
face and making it possible to mine
the same   very  econmically.   The
principal piece of stripping is 360
feet long by  about   80   feet   wide
upon an average.     It is  intended
to further continue theBe operations
during the present season.
Toward the end of last year the
directors authorized the erection of
some new buildings. A considerable amount of machinery has
been purchased in order to provide
the necessary power and plant to
enable the operations of the mine
to be successfully carried on.
"Test shipments of over 2000
tons of ore from various parts of
the mine have been made to the
smelters with satisfactory results.
Negotiations are now progressing
with several Bmelter companies,
who have made proposals to purchase Snowshoe ore, and, providing
satisfactory arrangements can be
made, it is hoped before long to be
making extensive shipments."
OVER THEJVIRES
Items of Interest Round
the World.
LATEST TELEGRAPH BULLETINS
The Doings of Conspicuous Persons
Affecting Canadian Interests-
William Carlyon of the successful machine drilling team of Carlyon and Gelling on Thursday last
paid a visit to the World office
this morning and declared himself
anxious to meet some of the people
who thought they could successfully compete with him and his partner on a renewal of the drilling
contest.
He said he had heard a good
deal about the fabulous sums of
money that were ready to be
wagered on his defeat and that
all he could say about the matter
was that he wanted to get some of
that money.
He said he was willing to wager
anything from $100 to $500 against
any Bingle team that would drill
against hiB partner and himself
and hoped that now he had made
this publio declaration that some
of his opponents would come forward and accept his offer.
He declared that he was perfectly indifferent whether the pow
er used was steam or air. It was all
one to himj When he began drilling the air waB at a pressure of 82
pounds and went up from that lo
its limit, 100 pounds. Beyond
that point there was no increase
inasmuch aB the compressor blew
off when that pressure was reached.
On being asked about the sweepstake that has been proposed he
said that no one had approaohed
him on the matter aud and that
he had not heard of it at all.
"Yes," Baid Carlyon, "I am
willing to go in for it if that is the
way in which they desire to meet
me."
In connection with this subject
it may be here noted that the total
sum awarded for the drilling
contests was $300 which was afterwards increased to $350. Of this
extra $50, $25 was set aside for a
third prize for the machine drillers
and the remaining $25 was added
to the first prize making it $125,
instead of $100.
Should any team be desirous of
seeing the color of the money put
up by Messrs. Carlyon and Gelling they can do so by calling upon
tbe editor of the World and put:
ting up the specified  amount.
The Opal, two doors east of the
Would office haB been thoroughly
cleaned and renovated. Furnished
rooms with bath from $7 per -minth
•nd up.   All rooms light an  airy.
The King is reported as progressing favorably.
The colonial conference opened
thia morning in London.
Chamberlain and Laurier have
had a long private conference together.
Puisne Judge Taschereau of the
supreme court is made a knight
bachelor.
New Zealand it successfully invading the Cape Colony and Natal
markets.
Gilbert Parker, the novelist, has
been made a knight. Conan Doyle
is also admitted to that honor.
Letters from South Africa indicate that the Canadian troops there
will soon be on their way home.
The Progressive party have organized enthusiastically in Vancouver. Chris Foley made a rattling speech.
Borden and Mulock, together
with Gov. McMillan of Manitoba,
have been made Knight Commanders of St. Miohael and St.   George.
The long talked of railway across
Asia Minor is about to be commenced. ThiB will further increase
Great Britain's power in  the East.
Boer burghers have been offered
the chance of serving the Crown
after the manner of a regiment of
scouts. Many are accepting the
offer.
Russia has subsidized a fleet of
steamers from Riga to carry Siberian butter to Great Britain and
so dispossess Canadians of that
market.
By July 2 the return of tbe Canadian troops forming part of the
contingent to the coronation will
be decided upon. All arrangements
have already been made.
WANTED—A girl for general housework in small family. Inquire atTies.c's,
above Lion Brewery.
BEATS OFF
THE THUGS
Interesting Experience of
a Blacksmith Near
Phoenix.
Chas. Sandberg, formerly blacksmith at the Brooklyn mine, but
later at the Golden Crown and
Winnipeg, had experience the
other day with thugs, says the
Phoenix Pioneer.
He was returning from tbe California mine, near Republic, to
Phoenix, when he was set on by
two men on the other side of the
line, Sandberg iB a powerful fellow and managed to beat off bis
assailants after receiving some bad
bruises.
He came to his cabin at Hartford Junction and a local physician dressed bis wounds.
A new lot of delicacies just received,
including imported Salami and Cevelat
sausage!,    The i'aiace. THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, D^CMUM 40, igoa
The Evening World
By the World Pa* lit hing Company.
Published daily at 120 K, Columbia Ave., Rosaland, in the Interest of organised labor in British
Columbia.;
Entered at the Kossland, B. C. postoffice for
transmission through the mails, May i, 1901, as
second daM.reading matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATKS-Fifty cents per
month or $5 00 year, Invariable ln advance, Advertising   rates made known on  application.
Address' all   communications   to   Tames H,
Fletcher, Manager, P. O. box 902, Rossland, B. C
TWO PER CENT TAX.
The government has decided [is
undecided] to appoint a commission to investigate the two per
cent tax, says the Paystreak. This
is the method by which politicians
stave off remedying a self-evident
wrong. If the government would
quit giving bonuses and would
co'.ect what is owed to it in land
taxes and timber leases by the
parasites who infest the legislature
and live off its privileges, there
would be no necessity to put a two
per cent handicap on the most
princely of all industries. Unfortunately, however, these parasites
compose the government and as
lynch law is not in vogue in B. C.
they will probably live out their
term of office.
THE STRIKE.
Dr. Raymond, the Miner informs
its readerB, is entitled to some
credit in his relation of the difficulties existing in the eastern states
of the Union between the operators
and the operatives of the ooal
mines. As a mining expert Dr.
Raymond's opinion may or may
not be listened with respect but as
a social economist Dr. Raymond's
opinion is not worth any more
than that of any ohter dabbler
in that intricate and involved
phil' sophy. When, however, it is
found tbat this advocate for the
rights of capital is entirely forgetful of the rights of labor, when
further he is guilty of misrepresentation, as will presently be
shewn, and when lastly, he ignores
the point at issue, his title to be
heard with respect sinks into insignificance.
The rights and wrongs of the
Pennsylvania Btrike are not familiar to us all. Indeed they are
familiar comparatively but to few
But enough is known to give the
denial to any such assertion that a
reign of riot and anarchy has set
in and that the miners are governing the districts in which they live
by terror.
That the condition of affairs in
Pennsylvania is intolerable, as it
must indeed be, is well known
through the evidence before the
Congress of the United States gathered by its own commission. That
men have the right to revolt when
their lives are not ordered according to their liking is an assertion
which no free Briton who has repeatedly exercised this right in the
past nor no republican who usrd
this very axiom to justify tbe'War
of Independence, has the right lo
deny.
To ameliorate those conditions
the workers demand that certain
alterations shall be made. The
operators declare that these cannot
be accomplished. There is a deadlock. The operators deolare that
they are within the law. The
operatives say that the law should
be altered, and that it is tbe wish
of the majority that these laws
should be so altered and that on
this account they ought to be modified. But, say the operators, while
the law iB unaltered it must be
obeyed. And, in return, it is urged
that the system is such, through
the operation of the "safeguards" of
tbe constitution and other causes
which practically give the making
01 these laws into the hands of the
operators, that the laws cannot be
altered and as that is the case they
are not going to submit to the conditions.   This is a  serious condi-
forerunner of revolt. The only way
out of the matter is to submit to
arbitration. These labor disputep,
like any other dispute, commercial
or otherwise, should be submitted
to the compulsory arbitration of
the law.
Now supposing that it is not bo
submitted what is the outcome
which will surely be the result?
Tyranny begets rebellion and rebellion is put down by force. What
is that force? It must be either native
or foreign. To consider the latter
is to admit its absurdity. A country canuot be kept in subjection by
foreign bayonets and still remain a
free country. And to remain a
free oountry it were better, if that
were the only alternative, that all
trade Bhould cease and that the
people shoqld starve. Well then
let that force be native. It is over
80 years sinoe "Peterloo" in Manchester. Thia was the last time
English bayonets were used to put
down a riot. But on thiB continent
nothing is made of calling out the
militia. With what result? Tie
unions practically declare againBt
the military and forbid, in many
cases, that their members should
be also members of the militia.
Tbat is to say that the country
would come to be governed by a
hireling soldiery out of touch with
the great majority of their countrymen. That is the jealousy which
so long kept a standing army out
of England and after its establishment prevented its undue increase.
This oondition of affairs cannot
live in this country any more than
it did in England. It iB a free
country and if things are such that
force is necessary to keep it in sub
jection, something is wrong and
should be put straight. Force is
no remedy.
But there is a deadlock as already
stated. What is to be done? The
only remedy that at present has
found favor is compulsory arbitration.
Just so long aa the strikes were
confined to one particular trade
nobody cared. But wlun sympathetic strikes are coming into
prominence everybody must care.
Strikes impoverish the country
It is no uae to Bay that they are
not legal for they are the only alternative to- revolt just so long as
an amicable appeal to the law 19
adjust the dispute is not permitted.
To Bay that tbe unions do illegal
thingB iB no argument for the basis
of revolt is an uprising against unjust lawB. Strikes are revolt* but
revolts on peaceable lines. To
quell them with force is to invite a
return to the days when there were
no strikes but when there were industrial wars from the days of
the rising of the Helots, of ancient
Sparta to the days of tbe Hazleton
massacre
al voters nor maintain it by grinding the face of God's poor.
For rent—A four room furnished
house, for $13, inoluding water.
Apply at this office.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
That Toronto should call out
1400 militia to preserve order in
that oity and that Us chief paper,
the Globe, finds no room for rebuke
shows that Toronto the Good has
yet far to advance along the lines
of civilization.
This province has certainly advanced further than Toronto. It
is not likely that any such attempt
would be made at, say, Vancouver.
It iB just possible that men who
are sworn in to defet:d their country from its enemies might object
to shoot or coerce their fellow
oountry men. What makes the
case more atrocious in Toronto is
that the militia is called out in
defence of a band of legal robbers
usurping the franchises of the
city.
GOODEVE COCKROACH POWDER NEVER FAILS.
For  Sale—10x15   jobber and 26-inch
paper cutter.   Apply at this office.
For fine Cigars and Tobaccos go to Ed
Farnsworth's dear stand.
July 1st Excursion Rates.
On account of Dominion Day the Canadian Pacific railway will sell round trip
tickets between all stations on June 28,
2y 30 and July I, nootl to return on July
3, at fare and one-third.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
DOMINION  DAY
EXCURSIONS
R. M. RANUERS
TO-
GRAND FORKS
Lonve Rosslaml 2 p. in.
Sunday, June 29.
FARE S4
REGULAR SERVICE
Leave   Rossland   7:30  a. m.,   arrive   at
Grand Forks at 1 p. in.
Returning
Leave Grand Forks at S p.  m. Wednesday, July 2nd
FARE $6.35
TRAIL CELEBRA   ION
Lenvo   Rossland   7:30 ft.   in.,   10 a.   m.,
•tie p. m.
Returning
Loavo Trail 0 p.   m., 9 p. m„ midnight
FARE 7:") CENTS
SLOCAN    CITY    CELEBRATION
JULY let
Leave Rossland 7:110 a.  in,, Arrive at Slocan City at  11:30 ft. m.
Returning
Leave Slocan  City at 6 p.m.,  arrive at
Rosslaud at 10:15  p. m.
Local return   tickets to all points will be
sold on
JUNE 28, 29, 30, JULY 1
Good to return to July 3
FARE ONE AND  ONE-THIRD
Le Roi
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
JohnlF. Linbnrg, Prop.
Washington St., Op. Hoffman House r
Best Turnouts—Only Gab in Cify
Phnn«-V. & sr  39. Oolnmbls SB. [■£
The Spokesman Review amused
itself yesterday with a delicious
strain of banter regarding the
House of Lords because some titled
idiot or bankrupt, called the Duke
of Manchester has just taken his
eet in that time honored assemblage. That's alright, but when it
goes on to compare that collection
of millionaires, the senate of the
United States, favorably with the
second house of the British legislature it is not quite so happy.   At
Notice to Delinquent Co-Owners
The Mineral Act and  Amending  Acts
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In the.mattir of the *-Lone Slar" and
"Sibley" mineral claims, situate on the
east slope of Sophie mountain, in the
Trail Creek mining division of West
Kootenay, B. C, and recorded at Ross-
and.
To Joseph B. Dabney, William Drain,
George Moore, Ovid Poulin and R. C.
McDonald, or any other person or persons to whom th-y or any of the.n may
have assigned their interests in the above
mineral.claims or either of. them.
You and each of you are hereby noti-
tigel that I have expended in assessment
woik for the two years ending the 7th
day of May, A. D. 1^02, the sum of $150.
in accordance with the p ovisions of the
Mineral Act, and if within ninety days
fiom the first publication £of this notice
you fail to contribute your share of the
above expenditure, together with the
costs ol advertising, your interests in the
said claims will become the property of
ine, the undersigned, nnder section 4 of
ihe Mineral Act, Amendment Act 1000.
ANDREW DALY.
Dated at Rossland, B. C, this 22nd day
of May, J002.
Briar Pipe and Box of Cigars
The above are two prizes offered by
THE DOMINION BOWLING ALLEY
for the two highest scores made
between May 20 ?jid June 30.
Everybody Welcome to Compete
Application for Transfer of Liquor
License.
Notice is,hereby given that we will apply to the Board of Licensing Commissioners of the oity of Rossland at its next
meeting for a transfer of the liquor license held by me forj the Cliff
Baloon, situate on the corner cf Earl
street and Colombia avenue, city of
Rossland, B.C„toC. P. Docll.
Alfred Thompson.
Dated tbis *«& day of June, IMS.
Hotel Bellview
$1 Per Day
And Unwards.
Board and Lodging
$7 Per Week
A first clasa bir in connection. w
O, m day and night. Opp site 0
the O. P. R. Depot.
Harry Bell. - Propr
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local agents, or
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
Columbia avenue, next to Postoffice.
A. C. McARTHUR,
C. F. Sc T. Agt.
J. S. CARTER, D. P. A„
Nelson, B. C.
E. J. COYLE, A G.P.A.,
Vancouver. B.C.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan Une,  "Parisian" Julys
Allan Line  "Mongolian" Julv 12
Beaver Une  ''Lake Ontario" July 3
Benver Line "Lake Krie" July :o
Dominion Line "Dominion,1,. August 2
Prom Portland
Dominion Line  "lal fornian" July 12
From   Boston
Dominion Line "New Kngland" July a
Dominion Line "Commonwe 1th"  July .6
Cunard Line "Saxmia," July 8
Cunard Line "Ult nla" Ju y 12
From New York.
White Star Line "Majestic" July 2
Wnite Star  Line "Celtic" July 4
White Star Line "Germanic" July y
Cunard I.ine  "Lucania"    Julys
Cunard ,Une  "Etruria".'. July 12
Cunard Line  "Camuania" July 19
American Line "St Louis"  July 2
American Line "Philadelphia"  July y
Ked Star Line "Zealand"      Julys
Red Star Line  'Frlesland" Ju'y 12
Continental Bailings of French, North German
Lloyd*, Hftuburg-American, Holla d-Amc.icau,
Prince aud Italian Lines on application,
RATKS—Baloon tares, $5,0 00, and upwards
Second, i« and upwards, according to steamer
and location of berth.   Steerage quoted on ap-
Blicat'on.   Prepaid Passages liom England and
ie continent at lowest rates.
Full particulars City Ticket  office Columbia
Awnue Rowland, B. C.
A      C  MCARTHUR   Agen
Spokane Falls & Northern
NELSON & FT. SHEPPARD RY.
Red Mountain Ry,
The only alt-rail route between all polnta east
weat and south to Roaaland, Nelaon, and all In*
tenuediate polnta, connecting rt Spokane with
the Great Northern, Northern pacific and O. K.
*N. Co.
Connecta at Roaaland with* the Canadian ^Pacific Ry, for Boundary Creek'pointa.
Connecta at Mevera Faua with atage'dally for
Republic.
Buffet serrice on traina between Spokane and
Nelaon,
EFFECTIVE HOV.   o
Leave. Arrive^
9:20 a. m. Spokane 7:1$ p. m,
12:25 p. m. Rossland, 4:30 p. m.
9:40 a. m. Nelson. 6:45 p. m.
H. A. JACKSON,
General Paaaenger Agt,
Bpokane, Waah.
H.'P. BROWN,
Agent, Roaaland  B.C
The Short Line
EAST AND }VEST
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Chicago, Toronto,
Montreal, New York,
and all Eastern points.
Seattle, Tacoma,
Vancouver, Victoria,
and all Paoific Coast points.
KAST BOUND.
Leave^KpoVa ie	
...9:40 a.m.
!J
WIST BOUND,
Leave Spokane. .7:20 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.
All connections made in Union depot.
For full-particulars, folders, etc..
call on nr address
H. BRANDT, C.P.A..
701 W. Riverside, Spokane
H. P. Brown, Aftent,"
Kosalaad *B. O THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND B. C, JUNE 30, 1902
INTERCESSORY
aaaaaaaai
I "No. 5 level Poorman mine driven
22 feet last week; average width of
vein, two feet two inches;   average
1 value, $10 per ton '■'
Yesterday's Service in St.
George's Church.
RELATIONS OF KING AND CHURCH
Fresh Brook and Lake Trout  at  the
B. C. Market, Columbia avenue.
A  Sermon   by   the    Rev.  J.  VV.
Weatherdon-The Three
Points.
There was a particularly inter-
eiting service of intercession held
n esterdav morning in St. George's
church, Rev. J. VV. Wealherdon
officiating. It was of a supplicatory natuie, but waB at the' same
time conducted chorally. The
Bermon was naturally on the occasion of the holding of this service and treated of the ilk-ess of
the King from the national, the
eoclttsiastical and the spiritual
pointof view.
"Looking back" said the preacher in part "lw> centuries .the
pride of the people has beencenter-
ed on the fact that this country has been ever in the forefront
of civilization and of commerce.
But now the nation has arrived at
a critical period in its history
when that supremacy is challenged. The wisest of statesmenship
is necessary at the present conjuncture of affairs. It is to the
personal interest of all that the
nation should be knit together so
that each individual community
should still preserve its entity and
its autonomy and yet the whole be
thoroughly welded together. At
the beginning of the reign of the
late sovereign, the best of whom
there is any historic record,
things bad been done by Queen
and parliament that both would
have been glad to have seen undone afterwards. Thus at the
present moment it would be a
national loss were we deprived of
the experience of His Majesty, and
therefore it is but natural that
we should desire to have his wisdom and his liberality of view preserved to us.
"Whether Joseph of Arimathaea
or St. Paul founded the Church of
England is a fact of not much importance. What iB of importance
is that the Holy Catholic church
was established in England from
the very earliest period. It has
been preserved to us from year to
year and from century to century.
Strangers all over the world are
akin to us through the sacrament
of Baptism. Over this Church is
set the King. Now without being
Erastian it is oertain that the wisdom of the Church's temporal rulers has had much to do with its
welfare. Unwisdom in the past
has led to muen loss. Therefore
from this regard, that of the ecclesiastical view, the welfare of the
King as the Head of the Church, is
of the utmost importance to all
Churchmen."
"Finally, from the spiritual point
of view. The King is our brother.
'through that common sacrament
A Baptism he is one of us now and
through eternity. The Church is
the witnesB of the truth. Through
faithful and fearless observance of
nature any can come to a knowledge of the Creator, but it is the
Church which declares his attributes. As the Psalmist Bays 'kings
are its nursing fathers and queens
its nursing mother's.' It is God's
will that the Church should cover
the earth. Our energies may further this end, but it oan only be
accomplished by us as God's children. Therefore again, as a brother we pray, in this last, this spiritual, this noblest and highest
sense, for the restoration. of King
Edward to his health."
Fine winea and liquors at the International Family Liquor Store,
If you want a nice smoke ask for La
Federal at Ed. Farnsworth's cijrar store
The Nelson Poorman
The engineer  of  the   Duncan
United cables to London, June 14:
Nanaimo, June 29.—Tbe contract for the erection of a hundred
ton smelter for the Tyee company
of Mt. Sicker has been awarded to
Fred Sherboume of Victoria, who
has just completed a similar contract for the Northwestern Smelting company at Crofton.
Mr. Sherbourne came up to
Ladysmith yesterday for a conference with Thomas Kiddie, superintendent of the smelter, and made
preparations to commence construction work next week. The
site has been cleared and graded
just beyond the foundry, on the
outskirts of Ladysmith.
The Opal, two doors east of the
World office has been thoroughly
cleaned and renovated. Furnished
rooms with bath from $7 per noonth
and up.   All rooms light an airy.
Loon Lake Excursion July 4.
A special train will leave Ross
land at 7 a.m. July 4, arriving at
Loon Lake at 11:30 a.m. Returning, train will leave Loon Lake
about. 11 p. m., arriving at Rossland at 2:30 a.m. Fare for tbe
round trip $2.75; children half
rates. Secure your tickets Thursday afternoon, July 3.
H. P. Brown, Agent.
WANTED—A girl for general housework in small family. Inquire at Tiesie's,
above Lion Brewery.
G. B. CHOCOLATES, ALWAYS
FRESH, BULK OR BOXED, GOOD-
IS Vis BROS.
For high-grade whiskey go to the International Family Liqnor Store.
NEW COAST
SMELTER
Will be Erected Immediately for Tyee Company
at Ladysmith.
For high-class family liquors go to the
International Family Liquor Store.
A new lot of delicacies just received,
including imported Salami and Cevelat
sausages,   The Palace.
If vou want first-class bottled goods
go to the International Family Liquor
8tore.
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
T. C. Cameron, city.
A J Shirley, city.
J HR Christie, Nelson.
J C Martin, Toronto
Mrs J C Martin, Toronto
Miss Flora Jackson, Spokane
W A Clark, city
HOFFMAN   HOUSE.
T H Jenkins, Los Angeles
H White,. Lps.ApgeJes
W Coole, Los Angeles
Miss Copelands, Toronto .
E R Tollick, Exeter, Ont.'
W Salter, Nelson
T Russell, Buffalo Hump
W Carey, oity
A McDonald, oity
A B Gordon. London, Ont
P Morrison, Northport
C J McKay, Grand Forks
J Paul, Slocan
T J Carter, Butte
C Hepp, oity
T Andereon, Kettle Falls
A Vernon, Spokane
T Matthews, Spokane
For importad  winea   go to the International Family Liquor Btore,
NOTICE.
The partnership hitherto existing be
tween Wm. Verrari; J. H. Fletcher and
E. J. Dermody, known as tht* World
Publishing company, has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent.' ). H.
Fletcher and E. J. Dermody continuing
the business. All indebtedm ss against
said fiim will be paid by tbem, and al
accounts due said firm are payable to
them. Wm. Vbkkan,
H. Fletcher,
-J. Dkrmcuv,
SOCIETY   CARDS.
u
Kf\Xd* X*    ROSSLAND I.ODGB NO «,
. KJF   JT. K. ol P., mwta every Friday
nifrht at 8 o'clock in Carpeutera hall,   Second
avenue.   Visiting brothers are always welcome.
Wm. McNeill, C C J
Procter Joiner, K. of R. and 8
FC\      Td*    FRATBRNAL   ORDER   OP
•   KJ.   Fl. EAGLES,   Roaaland  Aerie,
No, 10, Regular rneeujajrs every Thursday evening*, 8 p. m, Eagles HaTl, Miners' Union Bldg.
T. H. Boulton, W. P.
H, Daniel, W. Secretary.
I/-V /". TTl Meeta in Odd Fellowa Hall
.KJ.KJ.F . on Queen Street, between
First and Second avenues. Regular meetings
each Monday night. Visiting brothera are cordially invited to attend and register within 3°
daya.
W.8. Murphy, Bee, Alex Fraaer, N. O
SOT /-( King Edward Lodge No.
. D 1 . VT. 641, of tbe Order ,of the
Sons of St.George meets every "first and third
Friday in eoch month.at 7:30, in Masouic |hall.
Visiting brethren are invited to attend. It
,      Thomas Embleton. Freat,
George Clothier, Secy.
Thos. Embleton,
Staple and Fancy
GROCERIES	
Opp. International Hotkl.
rhe general public is cordially invited
to call and nspect our stock.
Prices guaranteed  to be right   Goods
delivered to any part of the oity,
PHONE 296.
Certificate  of  Improvement!.
NOTICE.
Shandon Bell, Bon Accord, Gladstone,
Mayflower, Last Chance, and Abercorn
Fraction (mineral claims, situated in
the Trail Creek Mining Division of the
West Kootenay District
Where located—Sullivan creek.
Take notice that I, Samuel Forteath,
free miner's certificate No. B42562, owner and agent for Albert E. Dennison,
free miner's certificate No B42477. M.
Simpson, free miner's certificate No.
42525, G. H. Suckling, free miner's
certificate No. B55736, J. S. Clute, free
miner's certificate, B55654, intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to
the mining recorder for a certificate ot
improvements for tho purpose of obtaining a Grown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated this 1st day of May A. D. 1902.
SAMUEL FORTEATH.
The WORLD
is the People's Paper.
It is printed
for the People, is read
by the People,
and to reach
the People
you should
Advertise in
the WORLD.
Labor Union Directory.
Officers and Meetings.
NELSON MINERS UNION
No. gb, W. F. M. Meets
every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock. Samuel L. Peacock, Pres.James Wilks,Sec.
Visiting brothers cordially
invited. •
GREENWOOD MINERS UNION
No. 22, W. F. M.> meets' every
Saturday evening in Union hall.
D. MacOlasham, Pres., Geo. F.
Dougherty, Sec-Treas,
MINERS' UNION Mo. 38.
Western Federation ol
miners—meets every Wed
nesday evening at 7.30, 1
m. in Miners' Union Hall.,
Frank Woodside, Secretary
Rupert Bulmer, Presider\
NEW DENVER MINT jVS
Union No. 07, W. J . M.
Meets every Saturda evening at 7:30 o'clock in Union
hall. T. J. Loyd, Pres., H.
J. Byrnes, Sec.
PHOENIX MINERS UN
ion No. 8, W. F. M. Meets
every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock in Miners' Tial1.
Henry Heidman, Pres., Jno.
Riordan, Sec.
YMIR MINERS UNION
No. 85, W. F. M., meets
every Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock in Miners' Un
ion hall. Patrick Daly,
Pres., A. McDougall, Sec.
SLOCAN CITY MINERS
Union No. 62, W, F. M.
Meets every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 in Miners' Union hall. Geo. Nich
ol, Pres..D. B. O'Neall, Sec
WESTERN FEDERATION
OF MINERS-Edward Boyce
president,Denver,Coloradc
James Wilkes, vice-president, Nelson, British Co
lumbia; Wm. C. Haywood
secretary-treasurer, Denver,
Col.; Executive Board,John
C. Williams, Grass Valley
Cal.; Phillip Bowden,Butte
Mont,; Thos. B. Sullivan
Leadville, Col.; John Kelly
Burke, Idaho; Chas. H
Moyer, Lead City, S. Dako
ta; James A. Baker, Slocan
City, B. C.
DISTRICT UNION no. 6
W.F.M.-Geo. F Dougherty
Pres., Greenwood; Angus
J. McDonald, vice-president,
Sandon; Thos. L. Backton,
secretary-treasurer, Phoenix
TRADES AND LABOR
COUNCIL—Meets every second ands fourth Tuesday in
each month at 7.30 P. M, in
Miners' Union Hall. President, W.L.McDonald. Ad
dress all communications to
Secretary-Treasurer, P. O.
box 784.
TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION No. 335,—Meets on the
last Sunday of each month
at the Miners' UnionLHall
J Barkdoll, Sec; W
Poole, Presld
im
CARPENTERS   &    JOINERS   UNION—meets every
Friday of each week at 7.
30 p. m. in   Miners' Union
Hall.   W.R.Baker,   Pres.;
John McLaren, Sec,
PAINTERS' UNION, No.
123, painters and decorators
of America.meets in Beatty's
Hall, on second and«foprth
Tuesday of each month. R
C. Arthur, Pres.; W. S.
Murphy, Sec.
JOURNEYMEN TAILORS
Union (of America. [Meet
first Monday in each montii
In Miners' Union hall. A
Graham president. L. S
Falrclough secretary, P. O,
box 314. \
Youj Positively
Save 50 per cent
On any purchase you make with us.    Our Ser
^u^t^O^aU over $16.    In Shoes, from
the cheapest to the best, we beat the world. Price
any Gents' Furnishings and be convinced. : : : :
THE PEOPLES' STORE
CLIFTON  CORNER.
B..BANNETT,
the aS Cigar Stores
Are where you can get the best the market affords in CIGARS, TOBACCOS,   PIPES,   ETC.
CROW & MORRIS.     ■:-     PROPRIETORS
ALL   KINDS   OF   DRY
W©©D
W.F/LINGLE
Office opposite Great
Northern  ticket ollice,
next to Red Star
P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke,Green-
wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL  MARKETS—Rossland, Trail, Nelson, lYmir, Kaslo
Sandon, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, Grand Forks,
Greenwood, Phoenix, Midway, Camp   McKinney,
Revelstoke, Ferguson and Vancouver.
Fish,  Came and  Poultry in Season, Sausages of All Kinds.
WM. DONALD, Manager Roaaland Branch
FIGURES TALK.
The fi th annual meeting of the 'shareholders
of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal company was held
in Toronto on March 7th.
The net profits of the year after paying all
operating expenses and all charge of every kind,
amounted to $207,848.39. After paying a dividend at the rate of ten percent per annum, a balance of $28,142,.89 was carried forward to the
credit of profit and loss.
This company's assets are their coal mines
and tbe townsi e of Fernie. Four years ago this
company had no transportation facilities, and their
stock sold aB low as eleven cents per share. Today their stock is selling at $90.
The Similkameen Valley Coal companv, limited, assetB are coal mines, timber, water power,
agricultural and horticultural land, city water
w.irks, electric light plant and the townsite of
Ashnola, surrounded by the following resources:
gold, copper, Bilver, lead, iron, lime,  fire clay,
Elatinum, and a fine siockraising country, and it
i the smelting center of the Similkameen valley, with a climate that iB all that could be asked,
Vou can secure an option on this company's stock
by paying 10c per share down, and ten cents per
month until fully paid, with non-forfeiture clause.
This price is subject to twenty-five cents advance
without notice as soon as transportation is assured.
The present price is $1.10 per share. Do not wait
until it is too late, but get in on the ground floor,
and make a handsome profit. A purchaser of
one hundred shares now, may gain a profit of
$8,990. Crow's nest shares as an example. This
would be a fair profit on an investment ot tun
dollars per month for eleven months. We invite
the fullest inspection of the company's affairs by
intending purchasers. For further information
apply to the
Similkameen Valley Coal Co.,
LIMITED.
Head office Nelson. B. O., Room "A." K, W. O.
block, Baker street.
'^i.^1
• *<?. /£?. -<?. /£? a£7. a£7. .
Alhambra Hotel
Rates, $1 a day.
Steady BoarderB. 16.50 per week.
FINEST MEALS
Ellegantly Furniahed Booms.
A the old boys are coidlallv invited to
r ii nrn former patronage. New patrons
w    receive kindest consideration.
Grand Union Hotel
$1.00 to $1.25 per day
Neatly Furnished Rooms $ 1.50 to
$2.50 per week.
k First Class Bar in Connection
22 Columbia ave, 4 doors east of
PostJOffioe.   Tel. 58.
Geo. H. Green, Fro
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THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B.% JUN.E 3o, 1902.
  1 11 1 1-!g>i?--gP^.     ' ■
STOCK MARKETS
Sales Were   Very Quiet
This Horning.
HOLIDAYS HAVE THtIR EFFECT
Latest Quotations and Sales on Toronto, Spokane and Local
Exchanges.
The markets were somewhat
quiet this morning, especially in
Spokane and in Toronto. Sales
were somewhat better in Rossland
but considering the fact that this
is the first day of the week and tomorrow is a public holiday, nothing much better could be expected
Today's quotations and sales here
and in Toronto.
Today'! Toronto Quotations
Asked '
Black Tail  13
CentreStar..  41
Cariboo, Camp McK. 21
Canadian Gold Fields 4>A
Deer Trail No. 2.... i'A
Fairview  6*4
Giant.  4
Granby $305 00   $275
IronMask  12
Lone Pine  7
Mountain Lion  25
North Star  24
Payne  22^
Republic  9'A
R ambler-Cariboo.... 8;
Sullivan  ' 9
War Eagle  '1
Winnipeg  5
WhiteBear  3^
Wonderful  4
Bid
38*4
%
S$
2%
00
8
5
19
20
20
i%
75
7
12%
iH
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Today's Toronto Sales.
Fairview, 3000, 6c.
Today's Spokane Quotations.
American Boy	
Ben Hur.	
Black Tail	
Butte &  Boston...
Deer Trail........
Fisher Maiden	
Gold Ledge	
Jim Blaine	
Lone Pine	
Morning Glory	
Mountain Lion	
Princess Maud....
Quilp	
Rambler-Cariboo..
Republic	
Reservation	
Sullivan	
Tom Thumb	
TA
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12'A
3
2
TA
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2iH
2'A
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Today's Spokane Sales
No sales today.
Today's Local Quotations:
liked
Abel.incolu	
American Boy	
Bed Hur	
Black Tall	
Bu lets. Boston	
Canadian Gold Pielda	
Cariboo (Camp McKinney)	
CentreStar	
Crews Nut esse coal 1
Darrianellea	
Deer Trail No. 1	
Fiirview	
Pi-her Maiden .-
Oiant	
Gold 1/dge	
Granby Consolidated S
Homeetake (Aaaeaa. paid)	
Iron Mask (Aaaeaa. paid)	
I'm nl ine	
tonePine	
Morning Glory	
Mountain Lion	
North Star (Bast Kootenay).... a
Payne	
Princes* Mnnd	
Onllp	
Rambler-Cariboo (ex-div)	
Republic	
San Pit 	
St. Elmo Consolidated	
Sullivan	
Tom Thumb	
War Basle Consolidated	
Waterloo	
White Bear	
Wonderful	
8
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Bid
IX
9
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4'A
3P
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Today's Local Sales.
CentreStar, 1000, 38^c; White
Bear, 2T00, 3c; War Eagle, 1500,
13|c; North Star, 2000, 22c; Payne.
4000, 21c; Giant, 5000, 3Jc. Total,
15,000.
Sewing machine needles for sale, at
Taylor Sc McQuarrie's. Tailors, next
door to the Crescent.
J L. Whitney & Co.
MINING   BROKERS.
B. O. and Washington Stocks • specialty
47 Colombia avenue.
Riehard Plewman
Stock   Broker
RESIDENCE:   W. Columbia Ave.
Telephone 145.
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Hotel Astor
tl For Pay and Up.
Special Attention—Businessmen's
lunch 25c; dinner 35c, All modern improvements	
MRS. N. H. PLATT. Pro*.
MINOR  MENTION.
W. H. Pool, ol Nelson, is in tbe
city.
Haroy Mcintosh and Dave Morgan have gone to Grand Forks.
David Lawson leaves of this
evening's train for Myyie, B. C.
John H. Jenkins, in whose benefit a bail was got up lately, died
this morning.
Smith Curtis, M. L. A. has postponed his arrival in the city for a
week to come.
T. M. Graham was presented last
Saturday with a fine cornel by the
members of his band.
The Rossland Rangers left yesterday for the Grand Forks festivities coming off tomorrow.
Hugh McEachern, of the West
Kootenay Power Co., left today for
a protracted trip to the east.
W. Bodenna of the Sunset mine,
who has been in town for the past
few days, returned home this morning.
Dr. D. E. Kerr and family te-
turned last evening from the east
where they have been spending the
past few weeks.
H. B. Smith, P. L. S., left for
Erie today today to survey some
groups of mineral claimB, and also
some land Bales made by the N. F.
& S R'y.
Tomorrow being a legal holiday
there will be no issue of the World.
The stores would like to beopen toa
late hour this evening, remain
closed on Dominion day.
There will be no meeting . of the
city council tomorrow evening, it
being a >i is holiday. The next
meeting will, under the procedure
bylaw, take place on Wednesday
evening, July 2nd.
Tbe sanitary inspector had better
get cured of that cold. He will
find the essence of seventeen stinkB
around the old fireball, and an investigation of the adjacent premises
will reveal the cause.
Registrar Schofield, a wearied,
but happy man, waB observed laBt
night making his way down from
the depot on hiB return from a fishing trip to Kootenay Falls. He had
catch of 25 pounds of fine trout
whioh he caught all himtelf.
Ellard, the eight year old son of
Mr. and Mrs. T. Williamson, of the
corner of Spokane street and Cook
avenue, died yesterday after a short
illness. Tbe funeral took place
this morning from the residence at
10 o'clock, the Rev. A. M. Sanford,
officiating.
"You'll Have to Show Me.'
I may be from Missouri but the
Sheriff DID show me bargains at
the assignee sale of the Spring
jewelry stock.
If vou want llrst-cUis bottled goods
go to the International Family Liqnor
Store.
FISHERMEN
ON STRIKE
Fraser Hen  Have  Again
Stopped Fishing as a
Protest.
IF YOU
WANT
FRESH
VEGETABLES
we; hive
THEM
VAUGHAN t& COOK.
THE LEADING GROCERS
Sqje Agents EDEN BANK CREAMERY BUTTER.
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THE GREAT
NORTHERN
Will Complete Its Branch
Into  Fernie   at an
Early Date.
The Jennings branch, or, as it is
known in tbe EaBt Kootenay dis
trict, the Crow's Nest Southern
railway, will be completed in July
It is reported that railway construction north of Elk river will
be commenced as soon as the pres
ent road is completed.
THE B. C. COAL COMPANY
Diamond Drill Work Is About   to be
Started.
The B. C. Coal company will install a diamond drill next month,
says the Phoenix Pioneer, on its
coal property Bituated. on tbe
north fork of Kettle river, sixty
miles north of Grand Forks.
The plant is now enroute from
Chicago and it is proposed to prospect the ground to a depth of 500
feet. Bituminous coal of good
coking quality was discovered on
the north fork a year ago by Jos
epli Wiseman.
GOODEVE   COCKROACH
DER NEVER FAILS.
POW
For  Sale—10x15   jobber and 26-inch
paper cutter.   Apply at this ollice.
Fourth of July Excuraion Rates.
For the above occasion the Spo
kane Falls & Northern railway
will sell tickets to Spokane and all
local points at one fare for the
round trip. Selling dates, July 3
and 4; limit, July 5. Children at
half rates.
H. P. Brown, Agent.
Le Roi
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
JohnJF. Linbnrg, Prop.
Washington St., Op. Hoffman House'
Best Turnouts-Only Cab in City
PVme -V  & N 89. Onlnmbla 88.
New Westminster, June 29.—
The Fraser river fishermen engaged in fishing for spring salmon
have struck. This is the result of
a special meeting of the Westminster local union yesterday calling
to consider what action to t ake in
reply to the cannery combine reducing tbe price from four to three
cents a pound.
Until this week the run of springs
has not been extra good, and the
fishermen claim they have scarcely made any money. Now when
the run has improved they are
met with a cut of one cent, whioh
they olaim, is not jus tided, and
does not give them   living   wages.
Consequently two hundred boats
are now hauled out and not a  net j
will be thrown in the river till the
old price is restored.      , I
miwwwnnimironOTWwwiTwiiwiiwWW:
| BUTTE  HOTEL,
I       Smith At Crow, Props.
F  |u day.  Special rates to Miners.
E      First Class Bar in Connection.
E       Miners' Buckets a H penalty.
()jilluiiiiiuiiiuuuaiiuiiii,iuiiuuuilll!
Notice to Delinquent Co-Owners
The Mineral Act and  Amending  Acts
In the matttrof the** Lone Star" and
"Sibley" mineral claims, situate on the
east slope c f Sophie mountain, in the
Trail Creek mining division of West
Kootenay, 11. C, ana recorded at Ross
and.
To Joseph B. Dabney, William Drain,
Ge r<e Moore, Ovid Poulin and R. C.
McDonald, or any other person or persons to whom th-y or any of the.n may
have assigned their interests in the above
minera£claims or either of them.
You and each of youjare hereby noti-
tigc-l that I have expended in assessment
woik for the two years ending the 7th
day of May, A. D. Iu02, the sum of J150
in accordance with the provisions of the
Mineral Act, and if within ninety days
from the first pir lication Jof this notice
you fail to contribute your share of the
above expenditure, together with the
costs oi advertising,.your interests in the
said claims will become the property of
me, the undersigned, -tnder section 4 of
the Mineral Act, Amendment Act 1900.
ANDREW DALY.
Dated at Rossland, B. C. this 22nd day
of Hay, igoi. a
Loon Lake Excursion July 4.
A special train will leave Ross
land at 7 a.m. July 4, arriving at
Loon Lake at 11:30 a.m. Returning, train will leave Loon Lake
about 11 p. m., arriving at RosBland at 2:30 a.m. Fare for the
round trip $2 75; children half
rates. Secure your tickets Thurs-.
day afternoon, July 3.
H. P. Brown, Agent.
For rent—A four room furnished
house, for $13, including water.
Apply at this office.
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BIG STORE
NEW WASH FABRICS
Mercerized Fenlards and Satins. French Organdies,
Dimities, G enidines, Ginghams, Zephyrs, Duck, Drill,
Et ., in endless variety and prices,
July 1st Excursion Rates.
On account of Dominion Day the Canadian Pacific railway will sell round trip
tickets between all stations on June 28,
29 30 and July 1, good to return on July
3, at fare and one-third.
NOTICE.
Consolidated Green Mountain St. Louis
Mines, Limited:
A general meeting of the shareholders
of the company will be held at the office
of ihe company, 230 Columbia avenue,
Rosshnd. B. C , on Friday, July 25,1902,
at 3 o'clock p. in.
BUSINESS—Receiving rcpotts and
election of officers.
Wm B. Townsend,
Acting Secretary.
Rossland, B. C, Jnne 27, 1902.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Midget mineral claim, 'situated in the
Trail Greek Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located—on the west slope of
Sophie mountain, a little north of the
Bluebell.
Take notice that I, R. Smith, free min
er's certificate No 55762 IS acting aejugent
for Richard Mareh, Iree miner:'certilicate
No. 55839B. and 0. F. Taylor, free miner's certificate No. 42912B. intend, sixty
days from the dat« hereot, to apply to
the mining recorder for a certificate of
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above clahiis.
And farther take not ce that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated thiB 1st day of May, A D. 1902.
R. SMITH, P.L. 8.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTIOE.
Democrat and Republic Mineral
Claims, situate in the Trail Creek
Mining Divi, ion of Weat Kootenay District.
Where located: On Santa Rosa mountain west of Sheep Greek.
Take notice that I, Kenneth L. Burnet
acting as agent (or Fredrick R. Hloch-
berger, free miner's certificate No.
B31199, Edward Welch, free miner's certificate No. B68167, Dennis Murphy, free
miner's certificate No. B12417 and James
Hawley. tree miner's certificate
No, B56798, intend, sixty days from
tha date hereof, to apply to the
mining recorder fo a certificate
of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claims
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such certificate of
improvements.
Dated this 24th day of Apr! A  D 1902
Cardiff Hotel
Thoroughly cleaned an1 reuovated.
SI Per Day and Up.
Special attention given lo Miners'
Lunch Buckets.
The ouly Lady Cook in town,
MRS. REED,      -       "Oroprlotor
INTERNATIONAL
Music Hall
MONDAY, JUNE 30.
Grand Comedy Bill This Week
NEW STARS
HEIEHE BUSHNELL
THE   COYNES,
An   t'le Comedy
"Pwr of h Pro,"
Admission,      -        18c and 25c
BOX SEATS   50c
Our Special Sale
of Towelings, Sheets and
Pillow Cloth sii 1 continues
TOWELING..
Regular price 15c yd
Now 10 yd
Twilled Sheets
"Made Up"
Regular Piice $1.00 each
Now 75c each
Pillow Cloth..
44- n circular
Regular price _ 2ocyd
Now 1 5cyd
SHOES SINKS
We arc showing particular val- "
ue in women's girls' and boys'
shoes
WOMEN'S
• Fine Chocolate Kid Laced
American make $2.95
Fine Chocolate Kid Laced
American make $1.95
Dongola   Laced   (black)
boxcalf $1.75
MISSES'...
Pebble Laced Boot....$1 26
Pebble Butt.n Boot... 1.00
Dongola Laced Boot...  1,50
BOYS'	
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Black Laced Boot. . $1 25
Black Laced Pebble Boot 1,50
Tan Black Pebble Boot 1 75
HUNTER BROS.
AU Kinds  of
Drv Wood
J. O. BLEVINS
Office: Simpson's
Grocery, phone 6B
Residence phone 103
THE INTERNATIONAL Fam,y
-Carries the choicest of-
Liquor Store
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
We make a specialty of supplying famil.es. Our stock is complete in
every detail and our prices will, we think, be found satisfactory, as
well as the quality of our Liquors.
DO YOU SMOKE?
If so, why not smoke a good cigar? Try a
W. B. or a
Crown Grant.
You will not be disappointed. Union made
Maple Syrup
A consignment ol Genuine Maple Syrup from an Ontario Sugar Hush received by
H. W.  SIMPSON.
It will give a relish to those
HOT CAKES.
$200 Per Gallon
36 Col. Ave. W. Phone 68.
Certificates of Improvements.
NOTICE
"Gertrude Emily," "Ethel Mary" arul
"Lisp" mineral claims situate in the
Trail Creek Mining Division of W est
Kootenay District.
Wncre located—On Sophia Mountain.
Take notice that I.Catherine D.Campbell, Free Miner's. Certificate No B66507,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
toapply to the Mining Reorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated this 8th day of May, A.D. 1902.
CATHERINE D. CAMPBELL.
HA! HA!
For the New
Tailors. They
are  all right.
Give them n trial.
'Graham&Raby
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