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THE EVENING WORLD.
Vol. Ill   No. 105.
ROSSLAND, B. C, SaTUkDAY, DECEMBER ,9,  1903
Price Five Cent
Madame Russell's
Cream
Cleanses and clears the skin, and improves
the complexion. Unequaled for redness,
chapped or rough skin.
PRICE ONLY 50C AT
Morrow's Drug Store
XMAS.
'XMAS.
JUST OPENED.
Largest Stock of Pipes
IN
Meerschaum
and Briars.
SUITABLE FOR 'XMAS GIFTS.
ALL KINDS   OF   DRY
WOOD
W. F. LINGLE
Office opposite Gr.;»t
Northern  ticket oftige
nett to Bed Rt«r
Tis Merit lhat Brings Success
We have a line of Gold Broaches
ranging in price from $1.50 $50.00
any of which would make a nice and
useful present.
T. G. Challoner, Jeweller,
Useful and Ornamental
XMAS PRESENTS.
Newest creations in HOLIDAY FANCY
GOODS and NOVELTIES
Fine Line in CIGARS,
Put up in 10 and 25 in a box,
suitable for
'XMAS. XMAS.
L. LEVY & CO.
**************************
Linton Bros.,;:
Books, Stationery,
Newsdealers, Toys, Fishing
Tackle, Kodaks and
Supplies.
KOSSLAND,  B. C.
*****
Rossland Home Bakery
Now is the time to
order   yonr
XMAS CAKE
Fetch. & Schwarlzenhauer Props
GO TO
{flGNEW'S
Salad Bowls
Cake Plates
Cream Pitchers
Spoon Holders
Cracker Jars
Teapot Tiles ,
Comports
Teapots
Chocolate Pots
Sugar Bowls
Spoon Trays
Bread Trays
Celery Trays
Chop Dishes
Prult Trays
Ice Cream Sets
Sugar, Cream Sets
Glass Table Sets
Pin Trays
Olive Trays
Fancy Plates
Bread and Butter
Plates
Fruit Saucers
Mustard Pots
Bon Bon Trays
Oatmeal Bowls
Shaving Mugs
Salt Shakers
Pepper Shakers
Individual Butters
Toothpick Holders
Bggcups
Match Boxes
Bread & Milk Sets
Mush Sets   -
Toilet Sets
Cruets
Soap Dishes
Candlesticks
5 O'clock Teas
Teacups
Coffeecups
Moustache Cups
Afterdinner Cups
Juvenille Tea Sets
D hi ner Sets
Tea Sets'; '
Pudding Sets
Pern Dishes
Salad Sets
Berry Sets
Plate Sets
Olass Vases
Plaques
Sugar Shakers
Water Sets
Finest Line of Rossland Souvenirs
And an endless variety of other arti-
'  cles suitable for
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
Come aud see them and get prices which are
RXTRA   LOW.
Boots, Shoes and Rubbers,
Men's Underwear, Overalls
and Sox,   Gloves,  Groceries,
AT AG-NEWS
Third Avenue and Washington
MINES OF
KOOTENAY
Rossland   and   Boundary
Shipments.
LATEST RETURNS OF OUTPUT
What the Mines Are Doing Over the
District—Rossland   Doing
Well.
The most important news of
tbe week is tbe statement tbat tbe
large body of ore which has been
located in the Le Roi mine at the
1350 level waa yesterday broken
into again, and fonnd to be of good
values. The management has not
not authenticated the news, Manager Pairieh being absent from the
oity. For some time past it has
been considered that tbis body of
ore is one of the best features of
the mine. Le Roi Shares are ruling low in London, but they are
gradually being bought in and it is
stated that the buyers are the
Lake View orowd who were antagonistic to Whitaker Wright.    —
Otherwise the week's mining has
been quiet. The fall of snow has
enabled the Kootenay to resume
shipping, and the concessions to be
made by the oity will probablv ensure an early erection of tbe mill
at the White Bear.
Athelstan       330
Morrison	
Winnipeg	
Providence	
Elkhorn	
Senator       09
2.435
910
165
Totals 19,647     673,409
Sloosn Shipments.
The total amount of ore shipped
from the Slocan and Slocan City
mining divisions for the year.
1902 was, approximately, 30,000
tons. Since January 1 to Deo., 12
1903, the shipments have been as
follows:
WEEK.
American Boy j?_
Antoine	
Arlington	
Alberta	
Black Prtnce	
Bondholder	
Bosun	
Bluebird	
Capella	
Cripple Stick	
Dayton.
Dolly Varden	
EmpreBS	
Enterprise 40
Fisher Maiden	
Hartney	
Ham Hon f	
Hampton	
Highland Light      ..
Idaho	
Ivanhoe •.	
Jackson	
Last Chance	
Lucky Jim	
Mercury	
Monitor	
Mountain Con .~-	
Meteor	
Nansen	
Ottawa	
Payne... 44
Queen Bess	
Kambler	
Reco  ".	
Republic	
Ruth...	
Rio	
Red Fox	
Rouse	
Sapphire	
Slocan Star	
S'ocan Boy	
Silver Glance	
Sunset	
Surprise	
Vancouver	
Wakefield	
Wonderful	
Total tons 126
j Look Here! I
TURKEYS, •
CHICKENS, •
FRESH FISH, ;
OYSTERS, •
VENISON •
VEAL •
LAMB 5
•               AT THE  5
B. C. MARKET!
Send Us in Your Order.
OUR CANDY DEPARTMENT
Is replete with the finest in the market.   Delicious Choco
lates of many flavors Ben Rorsi Creams, Caramels,
Mints and   Fancy  Mixed  Candies.     No
Christmas table  will be complete
without an  assortment of
j/gf7' these splendid goods
Almonds, Nuts and Table Raisins, Figs and Dates
We carry a completeJine.     Get our prices before
purchasing elsewhere.
0. m. rox &
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} THE
BANK SALOON
Best linos of liquors and cigars
BANK     SPEOIAL
Perfeetaon of old Scotch Wh's-
ky—Teacher's  noted brand
"Highland Cream.'
JACOBS A JEFFORD
::***********************
WEEK
Le Roi    5350
Centre Slor      j68o
War Eagle     1320
LeRoi No. 2      503
Kootenay        80
Velvet	
Jumbo      240
Giant	
WhiteBear...	
Spitzee	
Silica concentrates ....
Elmore Concentrates....       30
Homestake	
I.X.L	
0. K	
TOTAL
104 241
78,025
5».7Ql
20,589
7.052
4,920
3.661
7H
250
363
85
Totals 9,200    368,941
Boundary Shipments*
Phoenix,    Deo.   12.—Speoial.
New records were made
TOTAL
812
210
43
7
1*
1057
52
20
2
12
20
20
280
42
4
5
2
420
940
37
40
103
146
760
20
.2
2
126
2014
204
1448
'53
70
761
9
119
20
5
2132
16
55
4i
5
20
180
23
NEWS IN A
MTSHELL
Items of Interest Round
the World.
LATEST TELEGRAPH BULLETINS
The Doings of Conspicuous Persons
Affecting Canadian Interests.
13.747
A full line of pipes and smokers
artio.es for holiday presents at
Crow & Morris's.
SLOCAN LEAD BOUNTY
An Important Silver-Lead
Meeting Held in
Sandon.
Sandon, Deo. 19.—A meeting of
the Associated Silver-Lead mines
this I of British Columbia was held in
week in the history of the shipping Sandon last night, the attendance
being quite large,
mineB of the Boundary district,
namely, the weekly total tonnage
for the district, which is olose to
twenty thousand tonB, and the tonnage from the Granby mines of this
Alfred C. Garde, manager of the
Payne mine, at Sandon, was elect-
e I president.
The following resolutions were
passed.
"lhat this association haa heard
,. . . ,.,,      .. , with regret the statement reoently
oamp.whioh is over fifteen thousand j made iuB the provincial aMembly
tons.     The   shipments  from   the j by the honorab e member for the
Pompeian Massage Cream
Removes, Blackheads, Freckles
and Pimpples and brings color the Cheeks.    For Sale at
Royal Barber Shoo
SUPPLY HOUSE.
|W. J. PREST. PROP
Snowshoe are the laBt to be sent
out from that property till the company owns its Bmelter.
Granby mines to Granby smelter,
13,019 tonB; Mother Lode to Green
wood smelter, 3520 to ih; Snowshoe
to Montreal & Boston smelter, 1200
tons; Athelstan to Montreal & Boston smelter, 330 tone, Oro Denoro
to Montreal & Boston smelter, 528
tons; Emma to Greenwood,Granby,
Trail and Nelson Bmelters, 891 tons;
SunBet mine to Boundary Falls
smelter 60 tons; Senator to Granby
smelter 99 tons.
The Granby smelter this week
treated 10,981 tons, making 312,460
tons for the year.
The following shipments were
made by the different mines:
WEEK
Granby  '30l9
Mother Lode  3iS2°
Snowshoe  1.200
Emma  891
B.C	
Sunset  60
Oro Denoro  528
Slocan electoral di strict, to the
effect that the lead bonus grantep
by the Dominion government
has produced no improvement
in his district. This state
ment is direoMy contrary to
the faotB, for muoh work now in
progress and in contemplation,
would not have been undertaken
but for (he bonus. No payments
have as yet been received on account of the bonus; but when these
shall have been received, many
mines will be recouped for work
they conld not otherwise have considered. And it is our opinion,
that many mines now working and
employing labor, would not have
been working had the bonus not
been granted."
"That the resolution passed by
the Associated Boards of Trade in
session at Rossland, asking for government aid for the zino industry
I of British Columbia is premature
J.0,^*1' and not intended to aid the mining
127.332 of zino ore.   That the Associated
J*jg! Boards of Trade be requested to
19.365 take aotion annulling the resolu-
il& tion."
The Manitoba legislature meets
January 7.
Russia is pouring more troops
into Manchuria.
The Eagles have established a
lodge in Fernie.
A jury of Biz women is Chicago's
latest.
Lipton will again challenge ior
the America Cup.
The livery drivers are the latest
Chioago union to go out on strike.
The Boer prisoners in India have
at last taken the oath of allegiance
Phoenix Presbyterians have if
sued a oall to the Rev. E. W. Mo-
Coll.
Frenoh fishermen are causing
trouble by destroying the nets of
their Newfoundland brethren.
The Dundee mine has been sold
by the Royal Bank to some coaat
parties represented by C. D. Band.
The increase of the foreign trade
of the Dominion for the past fire
months has amounted to *24,000-s
000.
The motions to dismiss the North
Perth eleotion protest and to commit the petitioner have been dismissed.
J. A. Benson, a wealthy San
Francisoan, has been arrested for
frauds connected with the United
States land department.
In the Dunsmuir will case a oivil,
marriage has been substantiated be"
tween   Alexander   Dunsmuir  and
Mrs Wallace.
The Grand Trunk railway bu
deposited the last of its bonds for
carrying out its agreement with the
Dominion Parliament.
At Chioago, for tbe first time in
the history of the United States, a
union has been fined for illegal acts
as a corporate body.
The Northport smelter has lost
a oase of expropriation ol right of
way on the ground tbat the majority of the stook of that oompany is
owned by aliens.
Sir Frederick  Borden bas been
created   a  precedent for Colonial
iiiiiii-ters in being made a member .
of   the      general   oommittee   of
Imperial defence.
B C Copper  Company
Phoenix, Dec.; 19—The wcrk of
getting ready for the installation of
tbe eleotrio power plant and the
completion of converting works at
the B. C. Copper Company's worka
is being rushed.
Mor* Smoltara N«*d«d.
Greenwood, Dec. 19.—The Oro
Denoro, denied its usual demand
for ores by the closing of the
Montreal & Boston smelter, i8
obliged to curtail its output
meantime. More Bmelters must
oome to Boundary Creek in the
near future if the mining industry
is to be unhampered.
 —_~ THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND  B. C„ DEC.  19,   rco;
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The Big Store has surpassed all previous seasons in Christmas preparations. E'/ery Department folly Stocked with all the TJp-to-Date
Novelties suitable for Christmas Presents. The Toy Department is especially well represented; the assortment is now complete and on display.   SPECIAL CHRISTMAS STORE DECORATION'S.
DRY GOODS.
LADIES COATS AND
SKIRTS,
Tlie correct Netf York Btyles.
NEW
Ladies' Colls rs,
Ladies' Neck .Ribbons,
Ladles' Handkerchiefs,
Childr»nu Handkerchiefs,
Ladies's Hosiery,
LadieB' Underwear.
UMBRELLAS
Ladies Silk Umbrellas, Gold, Silver and Pearl Handles
CUSHION TOPS.
Swell New Cushion Tops.
TOYS! TOYS.
he largest assort ment of Mechanical and Novelty Toys ever Bhown
in the City.
Mens' Furnishing
and Clothing
CLOTHING
New Styles Mens' Overcoats,
New Styjes Mens' Suits,
Childrens' Clothing.
Russian, Norfolk and D. B. Suits.
HATS.
Two new Blocks-just received.
SHIRTS.
New patterns in Salem Shirts,
SMOKING- JACKETS.
New goods.   New swell patterns
UMBRELLAS.
Men's Silk Umbrellas; Gold Silver
and Natural handles.
NECKWEAR.
Wilson Bros. American Neckwear.
Up-to-Date.
SUSPENDERS
Best   assortment   of   Fancy   and
President Suspenders.
GROCERIES
FANCY GROCERIES
Complete assortment of High-Grade
Delicacies.
CONFECTIONERY.
Harry Webb's Chocolates; the best
goods manufactured in Canada.
McCormick's Confectionery.
CHRISTIE'S
Fancy Biscuit's, Fruit Cake, Plum
Puddjng, etc.
Crosse & Blackwell's
Jams, Jellies, Olives, Pickles, Chow
Chow, etc.
CRANBERRIES.
Cape Cod Cranberries.
LONG'S PRESERVES.
The finest Preserves put up in America.
ONTARIO
Cheese, Eggs, Vegetables, Canned
Fruit, etc.
We keep everything usually found in
a firsldass grocery housj.
HARDWARE
SLEIGHS
Children's Sleds
Baby Sleighs
SKATES
Hockey and Club Skates for ladies, men and boys.
. Nickel or Silver Plate.
SILVERWARE
Rogers' 1847 Silver Knives, Forks
and Spoons.   Carving Sets, etc.
BIRD CAGES
Large assortment.
Popular prices.
STOVES
Cole's Hot Blast Stoves.
McClary Stoves and Ranges.
Bissell's Carpet Sweepers
Fine assortment.
CHINAWARE
ROYAL
CROWN DERBY CHINA
ENGLISH ROCKWOOD
Very swell goods; see tbem'
ROGERS' OAK
BISCUIT JARS, TRAYS
Silver mounted
DINNER SETS
Big assortment.
TEA SETS
Big range; popular prices.
Fancy Cups and Saucers
Fancy Mugs, Berry Sets
Souvenir Dishes
CUT GLASS
All kinds, popular prices.
WEDGEWOOD
Big
Assortment
TER BROS
Courteous
I Treatment
The Evening World
By the World Pabllf hing Company.
Entered nt the Rossland, B. C, postoffice f r
transmission through the mails,May i, 1901 ns
second class reading matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATKS- $5.00 per year in
▼Hiiabiy In adtitnce. AxlrcrtUdng rates made-
known on application.
JAMES H. FLETCHER.
GENERAL   MANAGER
P. O. Box 301 Rosaland, D.
anyone wishes to quarrel with such
aotion -tho law courts are ofi=n
Litigation is expensive, bat will
not do for the city to bare its nock,
to the stroke of the axe. Moreover
itjis the loser who pays, ro Pbably
what Mr. Warren will obtain from
the city will be sufficient to decide
the immediate erection of the concentrator within tbe camp.
A   RADICAL.
THE WHITE   BEAR.
The joint committee which met
on Thursday evening to consider
the application of the White Bear,
are to be congratulated on the
public spirit whioh they have
shown. There is a desire in the
camp to help the mines which are
helping Rossland, and to so arrange
matters that they shall bave the
utmost liberty in the exploitation
of their mines compatible with the
general publio interest. Rossland
would like to Bee numerous concentrators in its midst, as each brings
additional population and prosperity to the camp. To grant the right
of way, duly safeguarded, to an
unused portion of a publio road, is
entirely in keeping with this object. To make a bold stand, instead of half hearted dilly dallying
on these questions is also to be approved. There is little doubt that
Mr. J. A. Macdonald will succeed
in making suoh an amendment to
the Acts concerned which will
clear any doubtful meaning that
may be at present attached to
them despite the general spirit
whioh they have. Yet it is well
for the city to grant water here as
it is similarly done in Nelson,   If
Chamberlain is appointing a
commission of experts to draft a
reform tariff measure, and is also
asking authority to go to Greater
Britain as plenipotentiary for the
British Isles, The London Standard is wroth. Now the Standard
is a partizan Conservative paper,
and is also a Jingoite. It was cnice
represented by Punch aB a formless old lady clothed iu a Union
Jack, prodding with the point of a
Sairy Gamp umbrella a sleepy
British lion. The proper thing to
do, according to party methods,
would be to appoint a royal commission (we have heard of a royal
commissions in Canada), As for
clothing Radical Joe with full
powers as an ambassador, suoh a
thing was never heard ofl Negotiations should certainly be carried
on by nameless officials at Downing street, in those offices whioh
were" satirized by Thackeray and
Dickens as the Circumlocution
Offices, dominated by the Tite Barnacles. Besides Chamberlain is a
Radical and no true Conservative,
which is also an offence tbat
stinketh in the nostrils of the
Standard. This is partyism run
mad. It is true enough that the
proposals of Chamberlain are radical in their nature. That oould
only be expected coming from such
ft  man.   Yet a  statesman of his
experience 'n wall enough qualified
lajujgo w'aet-h-jr ordinary methods
would suffice under circumstances
that are extraordinary. The real
point is whether they would succeed nud whether they wore worth
trying. The Standard iu taking
up oudgelB for the premier and insisting that ordinary party methods
should be employed, will probably
provoke from Hon. Arthur Balfour
the remark, 'The Lord deliver me
from my friends.'
APPROACHING NUPTIALS-
Foreword   In   American   Papers
A  Rossland Wedding
Of
The following account of an interesting wedding appears in the
San Francisco Examiner of Deo-
omber 1?>, apparently taken from
the Denver press.
The chimes of wedding bells to
ring on the 30th of December in
Denver, will echo here in the listening ears of many who met the fair
bride-to be, Miss Harriet Rose, during her visit to San Francisco three
years ago.
Just before the passing of the old
year, Archibald Barker, of British
Columbia, will claim the Denver
girl as his wife, and Mrs. Wakefield
Barker, of tbis city, wil) journey to
the Silver State to be the matron of
honor.
It was the original intention that
the nuptials of Miss Rose and Mr.
Barker Bhould be celebrated by a
large wedding in the cathedral of
Dean Hart, who became well known
here at the time of the Episcopal
conveution, but the recent burning
of the dean's church necessitated a
ohange of plan, and the ceremony
will take place at the home of Miss
Rose's mother, Mrs. Mildred Rose.
Miss Flora Rose, the bride's
sister,   and   JMite Icuiie Ui£l<6
daughter of an official of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, will
act as bridesmaids. Mr. Ki be,
manager of large mining interests
in British Columbia, will attend
the groom.
The bride, who is a brunette and
enjoys the distinction of havii g
been called a typical Gibson girl, a
compliment sufficiently sweeping
and conclusive to leave nothing further to be added, will be gowned in
white satin elaborately trimmed in
point lace, and her bridesmaids will
wear white crepe de chine. The
gown of the matron of honor will
be a filmy creation of white lace.
It was thought that Mr. Barker
would bring bis bride to California
on a wedding tour, but it is now
somewhat doubtful whether this
plan will be carried out, as it may
be necessary for him to go at once
to his home at Rossland, British
Columbia, where he is manager of
the Bank of Toronto.
t?^3SSSS^S'8St3?8?^3^^6^^a^
A Good Payroll
The monthly pay rolls of tbe
Greenwood smeller, Mother Lode
mine, Boundary Falls smelter, Sunset mine, and the high grade mines
surrounding Greenwood, aggregate
a grand total of over $40,000 a
month. In Ootober the British
Columbia Copper company's pay
roll alone was over $22,CO0, and for
November it was $21,550. The pay
roll at the Boundary Falls smelter
is about $8,000 a month.
Make your friends a present of a
nioe box of cigars for Xmas. We
know the best.   Crow X Morris.
For Women, Misses and Children. We have as usual the
largest and the best assortment in the city. WARM
SLIPPERS in Felt, Satin, Plush, Velvet, etc., for Women,
Mis„es and Child!en in great variety. Rubber Overshoes,
Gloves, Mitss, Mocassins and Snowshoes for everybody,
and for leather footwear we always lead in quality »nd ;t
correct prices. ===============
See our Window and come inside for Prices
We are always pleased to show our goods
C. O. LALONDE
THE   SHOEMAN.
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Crow & Morris' /« the plaoe to
buy yonr Xmas presents for yonr
gentlemen friends.
Ssfltew
Tom—Say Jack I bought a suit of olothes it was on
ly slightly damaged, and it only cost $20; a neokfi*
75ots; shirt $1.50 and suspenders 75 cents.
£ Jack—I thought you had better eense than that.
Look at my suit, it is muoh better than yours and it
is not damaged, they put in a shirt, necktie and a
pair of suspenders, and they only charged me $12. for
thelot.
I Tom—Is it possible?    Where?
t Jack—At the People's Store.
1* ....
B. BANNETT
[Clifton Blook
N_ THE EVENING WORLD ROSSLAND. B. C, DEC.
it}, igc-3
musm HgigiiiiB.ragM
Don't Write Your Xmas Letters
Until you get a box of our Xmas
Stationery. Tho newest, latest, daintiest, prettiest thing on earth.
-  Children and Adult Sizes.
Paper Napkins
Pretty new designs.
Crepe and Plain Tissue Paper
All the new shades
Spool Wire, plain and covered
Wallace Duplicate Whist Sets
The best in the market
Souvenir Playing Cards
With scenes  of British Columbia
The Gibson Girl Tally and Score Cards
Jnst received from K"ew York
tft^Rules and  Soore Cards for 500, just received from
New York, given free with each pack of cards bought
Xmas Cards and Calendars
TOY BOOKS, GIFT BOOKS
POetS Beautifully Bound  in Padded
ii-j y ■  Morocco, at $1.50 each.
XMAS   CONFECTIONERY
1ST ON HAVING
GANONGS
CHOCOLATE
EVERY PIECE STAMPED
£6:
SOLE AGENTS
Ganong's Celebrated Chocolates
MAKE SURE THAT
IS ON EVERY GB. CHOCOLATE
A large stock of absolutely Fresh
Goods just opened.    Elegantly boxed.
Choice Assortment.
35c, 50o, 75o, $1.00, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00
PER BOX
Perfumes Perfumes Perfumes
Exquisite odors, endless variety. All
the leading makers, French. English and
American, elegantly boxed and bottled
in beautiful cut glass.
Nothing So Delicate for a Present
Always Acceptable
Prices: Well, we can suit you; no
matter what your taste, modest or extravagant.
.Xmas Crackers.
Xmas Tree Decorations
"Meet your friends and start your Xmas chopping from  here.     Use our telephone and   Messenger
service.
GOODEVE BROTHERS
"It Pays to Deal with Goodeve Bros"
DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS
I! Outside j
< > •
li Gamps  j
Mining News of  the •
Week Over the Prov- ;
ince and   the Upper 5
County. •
BOUNDARY.
Shipments are now being made
by the Emma from both Bides of
the claim.
Coke is coming in more freely
at the Qranby smelter, and the
reserve of some 2000 tons has not
had to be drawn on. This week
the six furnaces have been operating at fullest oapaoity, and the ore
shipments from the oompany's
mines have been somewhat increased.
The seoond steam shovel was
placed at work in the Granby
mines last Sunday. All thrte
shovels are now busily at work.
The C. P. R. shovel not being so
conveniently fitted for this speoial
work as the new shovels, requires
a locomotive to wait on it all the
time, moving oars.
The balanoe of about $5000 on
the bond on the Elkhorn, due from
MoDjnald and Sutherland on the
9th instant, was in the bank to
meet it some weeks previous, being
the net returns from ore shipments
from this high grade property,
whioh adjoins the Providence.
CARIBOO
The year 1903, that is now so
rapidly drawing to a olose, has
seen many interesting developments in Cariboo. It Is reported
that the Thistle oompany, of 8
Mile Lake, oleaned up between
$50,000 and $75,000.
Other olaims that did well were
the "Waverly," at Grouse Creek,
the "First ot May,"and Lasell oompany on Chin* and Cunningham
creeks.
It has not been suoh a good season for the deep diggings, whioh
bave been handicapped by too
muoh water. The "Point" worked
for about six weeks, during which
some fine olean ups were reported.
Laird, on Willow river, is at present pumping, and although very
little information is to be obtained
of Slough Creek, the oompany is
still in existence and still pegging
away.
The greatest activity in mining
operations has been at the "Eleven
of England," or as it is now called
"La Fontaine," Quite a fair
sized town has arisen there, and
tbe numerous buildings, offices,
shaft bouse, etc., etc, and the installation of the maohinery, reflect
great oredit on Manager Baily and
his assistance. Bedrook haB been
reached in iho shaft and work in
the tunnel is steadily   proceeding.
SLOCAN
The Comstock is sending down
ore for shipment.
A gasoline hoist is being installed on the Ivonhoe.
Work has started again on the
Dayton by the lessees.
The Emily Edith mine, Silver-
ton, is up for tale or lease.
Ore continues in sight in the
shaft on the Amerioan Bel!.
A foroe of 65 men is employed at
the Enterprise and more will be
put on.
Eight feet of ore is exposed in
the drift on the Hope, one of the
Ruth group.
Work is to be started by the
owners on the Happy Medium
group, on Twelve Mile oreek.
J. Two and one half feet of ore was
struok this week on the 700 foot
level of the Rambler Cariboo. It
assays from 150 to 200 oz in silver.
Freighting on the Ten Mile road
haB been stopped.owing to the lack
of snow. The Enterprise has a
large quantity of ore to come
down.
Two men have been working
lately -,n the Argentite fraotion,
abjointng the Dayton. They have
unoovered six inohes of good ore,
similar in character to that on tbe
Port Hope.
The ore being obtained at tbe
Blaok Prince is nf a most Batis
factory grade, and if rawhidine
were possible the lesseet-Jwould soon
realize dividends. Two sbs«vb on
the shipping ore were obtained
tbis week, one giving 180 oz. in
silver and the other 390 oz in silver
and 81 per oent lead. The chief
work at the mine is confined to
tbe raise, whioh is up over 6o feet
and with 50 feet yet to go. When
that ie completed the losses will
ojmmenoe breaking down ore.
SOUTH EAST KOOTENAY.
Moyie's big lead mine, the St.
Eugene, will resume full operations in Maroh, a circular letter to
that effect having been issued to
tbe shareholders by the management. To this end a small force of
men is employed getting everything
in rea din eas. A new structure, of
large size, is being erected alongside the oonoentrator for the big
storage vats, whioh are to be utilized for the saving of values from
the tailings.
AT THECHURCHES TOMORROW
61. doorge'a Church—Rev. J. A.l
Cleland,   rector.   Fourth   Sunday!
in Advent.   8  a.   m. Holy Com-1
muniou;   II a.   m.   Matins     and
Litany.      2:30     p.m.,      Sunday
School; 7:30 p. m., Evensong.
Church of the Sacred Heart.—
Rev. M. W. McKinnon in charge.
First m<U3B\8:80 a.m.; Second mass
10:30a.m., Sunday School,2:30 p.m.
followed by Benediction of the
Blessed Sacrament.
St. Andrew's Church,(Presbyterian.)—Corner First avonue and
Queen street. Services 11 a. m.,
and 7:30 p. m. Christmas Tree on
Wednesday, December 23, iu the
ohuroh.
Methodist Church—Rev. R. F.
Stillman, B.A., pastor. Services 11
a.m.,and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting
12 noon, Sabbath School 2:30 p. m
Epworth League 8 p ro., Monday,
Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m., Wednesday.
Baptish Church—Rev. P. H.
MoEwen in charge.
Salvation Army.—7 a.m., Knee
Drill; 11 a.m., junior meeting; 3
p.m., Free and Easy; 8 p.m., Salvation meeting.
POWDER SMOKE—Did. it ever
give you headache? Dr. Sootts
headaohe powders are a qnick and
sure oure. Sold at Morrows ,' Drug
Store.
The Hoffman   Cafe, open    a'l
night- Short oiders   a  specialty
For fine flavor our cigars can't
be beat. Come and try them, and
we are sure you will agree with
Crow & Morris.
Thc Hoffmen Bar has just re
delved 300 gallons Bass Burton
ale    Now on   tan-
Ladies if you want to make your
husband or brother a nice present
for Xmas, give him one of our fine
boxes of cigars.   Crow & Morris.
Christmas!    Christmas!
Christmas will soon be here. What is
more suitable for your wife or daughter
than one of
J
"The tone of the Heintzman & Co. Art
Piano is delightful, the elasticity of action
marvelous, every note ringing out in clear,
pearly and and limpid quality. It excels
any Piano I ever used
-MADAM ALBANI."
I FOR PRICES AND TERMS SEE
J. B. Johnson & Co.,
I Sole Agents.
**************************
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
" C.P.R. ATLANTIC 8.S. LINE
from St. John.
L.Champlain..Nov. 28 L. Erie,.Dec. 10
Lake Erie is Christmas Steamer
ALLAN  LINE
From St   ]ohn.
Vretorian.T~.Nov. 30 Bavarian.   .Dec 6
DOMINION LINE
From Halifax,
Dominion Dec. q
From Poitland
Cambroinan .. .Dec. 5 Canada... Jan. 2
AMERICAN LINE
Philadelphia ..Dec 5 St. Louis..Dec. 12
RED STAR LINE
Finland Dec 5 Vaderland... Dec 12
CUNAkD LINE
Etruria Dec Jj Campania... Dec 12
Campania is Christmas Steamer
WHITE STAR LINE
Cedrie  Dec. 2 Maiestio... .Dec. o
FRENCH LINE
La Champaigne Dec 3 LaTouraine Dec 10
ALLAN STATE LINE
Numidian.. Dec. 10 Mongolian... Dec 17
Continental sailings of North German
Lloyd, IL, A. P. and Italian lines on application.   Lowest rates on all lines.
W. P. F. CUMMINGS,
G. S. S, Agt., Winnipeg
W. DEY, Agent,
O.    C. P.R. Lepot, Rossland,
: Specials at Paulson
P. B. Blend
Goffee
Moosejaw
Flour
Chilliwack
Butter
Paulson
Bros.
THE GROCERS THE   EVENING   WORLD ROSSLAND.    8. C,   DEC. io, 1^03
THE LOCAL
EXCHANGE
Week Quiet on the   Exchange
QUOTATIONS REMAIN   STEADY
The Latest Quotations and Sales
Locally    Upon    the
Market.
The week haa been quiet, the
chief feature being the steadiness
of the market. International Coal
appears for the lirst time aB the
list and a buy in Evening Star is
novel on the exchange for" yearB
back.
Today's Local Quotations:
Asked
4%
4
3
IK
5
American Boy *	
Ben Hur	
Black Tail	
Canadian Odd yields	
Cariboo (Camp McKlnntj) ex-Mr
Ceutre BUr	
Crows Nest rasa Coal S
Fairview	
Fisher Maiden	
Slant	
Granby Consolidated    J;
Morning Olorr	
Mountain Hon	
North Star (last Kootenay)	
Payua	
Quilp	
Rambler-Cariboo	
Ban Pott	
BnlliTan	
Tom Thumb	
War Bagle Consolidated	
Waterloo (Assess, paid)	
While Bear (Assess, paid) 	
Bid
4
*a
3
iYa
*a
I>*
:o
$4.00
2
ia
'9
17*
9
8
11X
]0
17
"9
27
2%
2%
3%
4
3
2
13
11
7%
6
4'A
3V.
Today's Sales.
War Eagle,  1000, 114c;  Payne,
2000,12c; Giant 2600, 2c.    Total
5000.
MINOR   MENTION.
It is time the Snowshoe club was
making a move.
Manager ParriBh left for the
south this morning.
N. F. Townsend left for his old
home in Ireland today.
Mrs. Fitz-Patrick has returnd
from.a Bhort trip to Spokane.
i-iiiu   -.. -tt-te-t-di.Ja* -- mm*   mtf*m
Anybody complaining £ot't the
lack of snow today iB a glutton.
The school teachers were given
their December salaries today.
SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS
List  of   the   Successful
Pupils Who Were
Promoted.
Week's Quotations.
Highest Lowest
American Boy      4% 4
Ben Hur      4
BlackTail      3 2
Canadian Gold F.S      3Ji 3
Cariboo, Carnp McK      5 2)4
CentreStar    22 20
f'airview      4 3
Fisher Maiden      2'A iX
Giant       2}£ iii
Granby Consolida*ed £5.00 J4.00
Morning Glory      2 lH
Mountain Lion     iq 171,,
North Star      9 8
Payne     11,^ 10
Quilp     17
Rambler-Cariboo    2g 27
San Poil       2% 2*4
Sullivan      5X 4
Tom Thumb      4'A 3%
War Eagle        13 I2
Waterloo      7 A .'A
WhiteBear      4'A 3%
Shoing highes    asked and lowest bid
during the past week.
The Week's Sales.
Giant, 2600,   3000,;   3000,   2o;
Sullivan,    2000,   5o;   2000,  5*c;
FiBher Maiden, 4000, 2c:   Payne,
2000, 12c,   1000, lOJc; Amerioan
Boy 2500, 4la;. Rambler  Cariboo,
2000,27^0;  War Eagle, 1000,500,
124o;500,12c;Waterloo,2000,6$c;Cen
tre Star,    1000, 21o; Evening
Star, 1000 lo; International  Coal,
500, 55o.   Total 30,600.
E. S. H. Winn is baok [from the
coast where he went to take his
provincial law examination.
Manager Warren thinks one oent
per ton for water is not at all an
excessive charge.
Provincial Surveyor Ritchie is
reputed to have obtained the ore
buyership of the Crofton  smelter.
Fred West, a War Eagle miner,
had his wrist crushed by a falling
rock yesterday evening at the
mine.
W. L McDonald has returned to
oamp after an absence all summer.
He says Rossland looks good to
him.
Manager Wilson of the North-
porth smelter paid a visit to Rossland yesterday.
Mayor Dean will throw open the
oity hall during some evenings in
the following weeks to permit of
registration of voters.
Nobody seemB to want to run for
mayor except present offioials,
yet next year's mayor would gel
all the credit which is really due to
more prosperous times.
The laok of cases at the Police
court variously looked upon as
evidencing the efficiency of the
Police force or the lack of spirit
in the burg. \
Thomas Corsan has been appointed manager of tbe British Ameri
can Loan company and will leave
for Vancouver to take hiB new position.
The Miner is Badly condemnatory ot English geography ae
taught. It has reason as it knows
nothing of Australian geography
lately evidenced.
The praise of one's friends and
the abuse of one's enemies is the
best that any good man can look
for. Hence the Labor members
are getting exaotly what is ooming
to them from the Miner.
A Shingle Mill.
he Hoffman House has 50
well heated rooms An up-to-
date family hotel-
Harry Mcintosh
DIRECT IMPORTER OF
'PERFECTION'
SCOTCH
Vintage^of 1378]
Guaranteed  AbsolutelyHPure
Bass' Burton Ale on Tap
—at—
H Hoffman House
Nelson Deo. 19- Preliminary
work has ben started on the
foundations of a new shingle mill
which to be built at Nelson shortly
adjoining the new foundry. Several local men are info rested in the
projeot, particulars of which will
be made publio shortly.
AN IMPORTANT STRIKE.
Ths Sullivan  Mina la Now  Looking
Up
The finest line of imported oigars
in the oity for Xmas gifts, at Crow
& Morris's.
SOCIETY   CARDS.
Nelson, Dec. 19.—News of an important strike on the Sullivan mine
in Eaat Kootenay waB received in
the city yesterday, which indicates
that it will prove te be one of the
best silver-lead mines of the Kootenay. In running a tunnel from
the new shaft, No. 5, to connect
with the old workings of the mine,
a splendidly denned lead, thirty
feot across, was enoountered.
Assays of the ore in this showed
that a large proportion of it ran
fifty per cent lead and twenty-five
ounces silver. The walls are dearly defined and smooth, the inclination of both being 63 degrees.
Thie property consists of three full
olaims, situated on the notthweet
slope of Mark creek.
Ii*      t \       \i*     HRATKRNAI.   ORDKR   OF
* .    KJ.    JlaI. KA0LK8,     K0Mls.11,1   Atrlc,
Mo, to, KrgnlAr meetings ererr Monday eren-
lngi, 8 p. m, Miners' Oniea Hall,
A .11, Mutton W   r.
H. iMaid W.
Ladies if you want to make your
husband or brother a nice present
for Xmas, give him one of oar fine
boxeH of cigars.   Crow tt Morris.
Christmas Books
Christmas Notions
Christmas Presents]!
AT < 1
< 1
M.  W. Simpson's -
>—M»M*»>MMM»MM<
The following is a list of the
Bchool ohildren who had been promoted through the recent sohool
examinations:—
Junior to Intermediate
Mary Ann Beaulieu, Bernioe
Marie Bowers, William Brown,
Chester Campbell, Ernest Chenoeth,
Annie Crowe, William Ehlers, Edward Farqubarson, Albin Freeman'
Earl Fisher, Lois Gamble, Annie
Qlenoross, Arthur Esking Goodeve,
John Ingram, Eldred Jewell, George
, Jones, Leonie E. Lalonde, Alfred Long, Mabel Mairsstrom, Donald John O'Neil, Hazel Francis
Sohoct, Franois Ward, Albert Otto
Zedler.
Intermediate to Sanlor
PriBcilla Baxendale, Mamie Bro-
kenshire, Hollis Brown, May
Brown, Frank Cosgriffe, Arthur
Danby, Frank Darling, Nellie Davidson, Martha Demuth, Eva Doel,
Lottie Ferris, Ethel Fox. Bruce
Haggert, Edna Harding, Agnes Inohes, Edith Ingram, Stanley Jones,
Robert Kenning, Cyprienne LeBlanc, Horace LeBlanc, Eddie
Lewis, Irene Lewis, Mary Lewis,
Etta Logan, Daniel McLean, Mildred McLean, Charles Morrison,
Frank O'Hearn, Bessie Ohren, Fred
Querio, Myrtle Robson, Raymond
Schott, Leota Seed, Edgar Stana
way, Edward Tippet, Benjamin
Trezona, Joseph Turner, Riohard
Turrer, Agnes Twaddle, Arnim
Uhlman, Florenoe Ward, Delle
Webb, Lillie Williams, Elsie Wood.
Walter Demuth, Dorothy Terzona.
James Twaddle.
Senior—Fourlh Reader to Entrance
Olass
Allie Braden, Regie W. Bradshaw Frances May Brown, Elsie
Cameron, Montague J. Danby,
Lillie Demuth, Flossie Donahue,
Olga Marion Freeman, Margaret
Goodeve, Harold Graham, Ida
Hoffelman Grant, Robert C. Hloks,
Eddie Keefe, Beatrioe Levy,
Mamie Ellen Logan, Diana Madore,. Herman Nicholson, Stanley
Northey, Horace James Raymer,
Alma Marion Rinquist, Anna Robinson, James Henry Stanton,
Gladys Stewart, James Trezona.
1H. R. JQNES1
XMAS CANDY
We have just   received \ |
a nice line of fresh Xmas
candies,   Give us a caM-
Telephone 205. 2nd Ave.
FANCY SLIPPERS for XMAS
LADIES' FELT,  SATIN, PLUSH, and DONGOLA
Prices range from $|,C0 np.
LADIES' EVENING SLIPPERS, in Patent Kid and Vici
From $1,50 up.
* GENTLEMEN'S EMBROIDERED SLIPPERS %
From $1,00 per pair np.
Skating and  Hockey Shoes
Women's Box Calf Skating Shoes, $2.00, $2.50, $3 00
CHILDREN'S BOX CALF SKATING, $1.50, $1.75, .$2.00. $2.50
W.F. McNEILL
__: THE   SHOE   MAN
Near the Postoffioe.
You Can't
Afford
To pay your money for
Clothes unless you are
sura of getting your money' worth of Style, Quality, Fit and Workmanship
M-M-H-W-
You Can
Afford
Church Bazaar
Articles left at the St. George's
Bazaar oan be had at the Windsor
Hotel.
A Fruit Shower
The school children who had been
collecting fruit and vegetables for
the patients at the hospital, yesterday presented their gatherings to
the sisters. The donations amounted to a good-sized waggon load.
To come in and look at
Our display of FALL
FABRICS. You make a
selection, and we warrant
the garments to be correct
in every way.
The High-Class Tailors,
tt'iPAti,''/-1
Taylor &
McQuarrie
18 and 20 Col, Are.
The Best is always
the Cheapest....
Sewing Machines for Sale or Rent.
MORTGAGE SALE.
Under and by virtue of the Power of
Sale contained in a certain mortgage,
which will be produced at the time of
sale, there will be offered for sale by
Public Auction by W, J. Robinson,- Esq ,
Auctioneer, on the premises below described, in the City of Rossland. at 12
o'clock noon, on Thursday, the 7th day
of January, 1904, the following valuable
property, beim; Lot No. q in Block 27, ac
cordim; to Map 57q iu the City of Ross-
land, British Columbia.
The property is on the Njrth side of
Columbia Avenue, opposite Hunter
Bros.,and on the same is a three-storey
frame building used as a lodging house
and stores.
Term* of Sale.
Ten per cent of the purchase money to
be paid at the time of sale, and the balance wilhin thirty days thereafter. The
■ale will be held aubject to a reserve
bid. For further particulars applv to
Macdoneli., McMaster & Geary,
Solicitors to the Mortgagees,
51 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ont.
Dated this 17th day of December. a.i>,
soot.
OEDER   YOUR
WOOD
AT  THE
Le Roi Stables
Dry Fir and Tamarac at
$6, per cord,
Telephone 39.
Rossland, B C
For Rant
Fine large store, corner Columbia Avenue and Queen street, now
occupied by M. J. O'Hearn,
Unfurnished lodging house
above O'Hearn's store, very oentral
location.
Famished lodging house, flush
cloBct snd bath, Opal Block.
Very reasonable rents.
ORDFACo.
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FOR THE HOLIDAYS
A full line of Fancy New Raisins, Currants, Canned Goods,
Mince Meat, Sweet Cider, Pure Spices, Almonds, Nuts and
everything required for Christmas Cakes and Pastry.
6. M. fox & coTsi I
COLUMBIA AVENUE TELEPHONE 6$ 3
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WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke,Green-
wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL MARKETS-RossUiid, Trail, Nelson.! Ymir, Kssle
Sandon, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, Grand Forks,
Greenwood, Phoenix, Midway, Camp  McKinney,
Revelstoke, Ferguson and Vancouver.
Fish,  Came ud  Poultry In Season, Sausages of All Duds.
WM. DONALD, Managar Rossland Branch
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-DEALER IN-
Ali kinds of Cereals, Breakfast Foods, Hay and Grain.
Agent for Pratt's Celebrated Poultry Food j
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Table Pears and Apples
New Walnuts, Almonds
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Robertson's Toronto
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and Mixed Cancies
Fresh Lettuce and Celery
Norway Stock Fish
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