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THE EVENING WORLD.
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ROSSLAND, B. C„ SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1902.
Price Five Cents!
We Have the Largest and Best Assorted Stock of
Footwear in the Kootenays.
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We are sole selling agents in Rossland for ths following shoe manufacturers: Johnston Sc Muiphy, Newark. N. J.; W. L. Douglast Shoe
Co., Hroektou, Mass.; Hathawav, Soule & Harrington, Huston, Mass.;
North Star Shoe Co.. Minneapolis, Minn ; Laird, Schober & Co., Philadelphia, Pa ; Maloney Bros. Sc Co., Rochester, N. Y.; the '"Sorosis"
Lynn, Mass.; Buchingham & Hecbt. Sun Francisco, Cal,; The J. D.
King Co., Ltd., Toronto, Canada; Geo. A. Slater Shoa, Mon real, Canada. The ab )ve named firms sip tbe best shoe makers in the United
States and Canada WE GUARANTEE EVERY PAIR. We have
goods made by many other reliable firms.
We invite You to Examine our Stock of Footwear.
C. O. LALONDE, "The Shoeman"
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THE HOTEL WINDSOR
The Label on the Bottle Represents
the Contents.
%     Cafe open twenty-four hours every day in
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|        AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN PLAN.
I N. A. BURRITT,   -  -    PROPRIETOR
P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke.Green-
wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL  MARKETS—Rossland, Trail, Nelson, JYmir, Kaslo
Sandon, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, Grand Forks,
Greenwood, Phoenix, Midway, Camp   McKinney,
Revelstoke, Ferguson and Vancouver.
Fish,  Game and  Poultry In Season, Sausages of All Kinds.
WM. DONALD, Manager Rossland Branch
Open (lay and night
Hront nnd rear entrance.
Ladv attendant*
Main baths 25c
TURKISH BATH HOUSE,
Medicated, Turkish, Russian and
Vapor Baths.
Wm.ZeHer Prop.
Tol. 261.
Collins Blk,
Thos. Embleton,
Staple^and Fancy
GROCERIES	
Opp. International Hotel.
The general public is cordially invited
to call and inspect our stock.
Prices guaranteed  to le right   Goods
delivered to any part of the city,
PHONE 296.
AMARILIS
TWO FOR A OUARTE
You say two cigars for a quar-
rer ought to be good ones; well,
these are good ones.
Made from selected tobacco hy
master workmen. They are
good clear through.
Distributed by
What Time is it ?
Why do you ask the question? Does your watch
keep good time? If not
bring it to as and we will
repair it; and regulate it
so there will be no occasion for asking questions
about the time. Perhaps
you do not own a watch.
If that is the case, come
in and see our stock of
WatcheB.   It is the
Largest in the Kootenays
Everyone  Guaranteed.
J. W. Spring,
The Leading Jeweller,
Next the Post Office    Phone 274
KOOTENAY MINES
Rossland   Boundary   and
Slocan Shipments.
LATEST RETURNS OF OUTPUT
What the Mines are Doing Over the
District—Boundary in the
Lead.
AMATEUR
BASE BALL
New  Club  Formed Upon
Lines Which Meet With
Public Approval.
Tlie formation of a. amateur base
ball club, which now has been practically accomplished in this city, is
something which all true lovers of
Bport have been wearily looking for
some time past. Professionalism
is usually the death blow of sport
and the recent action of the base
ball men of this city is highly to be
commended, and their efforts to
place the game upon an amatuer
footing will be warmly supported.
At a meeting held last night the
election of officers of a week ago
was endorsed and the following
gentlemen will be the executive of
the new club : F. A. Dunkle, president ; T. R. Morrow, vice president;
Ed. Farnsworth, treasurer ; A. D.
Davis, secretary; Harry Martin,
manager. The meeting was thoroughly representative and committees were appointed to arrange the
preliminary negotiations precedent
to success. Rosslanders may look
forward this year to seeing a series
of well conducted base ball games
which will be won or lost on their
merits without the aid of professional help.
The now club will erect the grand
stand on the western side of the
ground, where it should have been
built in the first instance, so that
the afternoon sun will no longer be
full upon the spectators.
The shipments for the week, owing to the large increase in the output of the Le Roi, are in excess of
those of last week and go nearer
the record for the camp of March
17th, 1901. Had the Centre Star
continued shipping and the Wrr
Eagle still continued its quota, it is
probable that a record would have
been established.
That the Centre Star and War
Eagle bave ceased the further shipment of ore was only to be expected,
as already announced in the World
Nothing can be settled on a permanent basis until such time as
the smelter question has been
definitely arranged.
The shipments of ore from the
camp since January 1, are subjoined. While the shipments for
the past week can only be approximately given, those for the previous period have been corrected
and give the gross wet weight in
short tons of 2000 pounds.
WKEK YEAR
LeRoi  6900      69,518
LeRoi No. 2  1500      15,103
CentreStar  300        2,818
Great Western.. 400         1,550
CaBscade  300
[Velvet  198
! War Eagle  64
. 60
Bononanza 	
Totals     9100
KAMLOOPS LABOR CONVENTION
Five Delegates are   Proceeding From
Tbis City.
Five delegates will go from Rossland to the Labor Convention to be
held in Kamloops on April Hth,
the last of whom was elected last
night. These are Rupert Bulmer
and Frank Woodside, representing
the Miners' Union; J. McLaren,
from the Trades and Labor Council; T. Brownlee, Independent
Labor Party; T, Beamish, Carpenters Union.
The Removal Sale attheCrescent of their Gents' Furnishings
and Clothing still continues.
They are determined to reduce
their stock of this class of goods.
DORNBALT FARM
Scene of the Late
Action.
Boer
CANADIANS   SAVED THE DAY
Further Details'of the Recent Encounter—The Regiments
I ngaged.
PRINCE GEORGE
Will Visit United States
Next Fall.
NEW COMMERCIAL CONGRESS
Germany's Crown Prince and Other
European  Representatives
Will Attend.
89,611
Uoundury Shipment*.
Phoenix, April 5.—(Special.)—
The two Boundary smelters have
treated 10,899 tons of ore this week
as follows: Granby smelter, 7812
tons; Greenwood smelter. 3087
tons; making a total for 1902 of
106,453 tons.
The following are the Boundary
shipments for the paBt week and
year to date:
Week.       Year.
Granby Mines.... 7461. .. 70,170
Mother Lode  2368. .. 36,200
SnowBhoe  ...      660
Goldeil Crown       480
Winnipeg  ...      395
No. 7       250
Jewel     210...      750
Sunset     150...      150
Total 10,189     109,055
L. LEVY & CO.
At W. F. Lingle's you can get wood
that will burn.   Pbone 149.
New Ontario Colony.
Toronto, April 5.—A meeting of
some Toronto young men was held
last evening, to perfect plans for
forming a colony in New Ontario.
Clam Chowder free day and  night a
the Alhambra.
SHELF PAPERS. NEW STYLES,
PRETIY SHADES, AT GOODEVE
BROS.
Give the new bakery a trial,   for the
..„   ,      ,        ,  „ .  „   - , . .    1 best bread and cakea in town, Schwarlz-
Wholesale and  Retail   TobaCCOniStS. enhammer &  Kelley,  proprietors.  133
Next to Bank B. N. A. I Washington street.
Slocan Ore Shipment!.
The total amount of ore shipped
from the Slocan and Slocan City
mining divisions for the year
1901 waB, approximately, 30,000
tons, Since January 1 to March 29
1902, the shipments have been as
follows:
Week
Payne	
Ivanhoe	
Sunset (Jackson Basin) 60
Reco  40
American Boy  43
Arlington  80
Hewett  45
Bosun  20
Last Chance	
Wonderful 40
Enterprise  40
Monitor (for March). .. 115
Queen Bess (for March) 61
Silver Glance	
Whitewater	
Ottawa	
Neepawa	
Hartney	
Marion	
May	
Paystreak	
Surprise	
Slocan Star  63
Duplex     7
Pretoria, April 4.—The British
losses in the engagement in the
neighborhood of Hart's river, in the
southwestern extremity of the
Transvaal, March 31st, were thirteen officers and 24 men killed and
16 officers and 131 men wounded.
The Boers admit that they loBt 137
men killed and wounded.
The action occured at Dornbalt
farm, a few miles south of the
scene of General Delarey's defeat of
General Methuen. The Boers, who
were commanded by Generals
Kemp and Potgieter, attacked with
great determination, but the Canadian contingent which was the
last to arrive in South Africa from
Canada, and two squadrons of
yeomanry under Colonel Cookson,
and the artillery and mounted
rifles under Colonel Kier, presented
such a stout front that the burghers were finally forced to retreat.
The casuality list shows that the
Second Canadian Mounted Rifles
had four officers wounded, nine
men killed and 40 wounded.
New York, April 5.—High diplomatic circles here are discussing
plans for a visit by the Prince of
Wales to the United States. The
administration at Washington is
officially forwarding the proposal
of tbe visit which receives the personal sanction of King Edward
The prince's visit will be in acceptance of an invitation to the
dedication of the magnificent new
home of the New York chamber of
commerce.
Several of the members of the
New York chamber of commerce
who were working on the committee which is arranging the details of the ceremonies to take
place in connection with the formal
opening of the chamber of commerce building, when they were
assured that their names would
not be used, said that the heir to
the British crown had been invited, he would come to New York
early in October, coming as the
guest of the New York chamber of
commerce and in all probability
will make a tour of the United
States under the auspices of the
New York chamber of commerce.
He added that it was the
purpose of those having the
matter in hand to make the opening of the chambers new home coincident if possible, with a com-
-uercial congress of representatives
of the great commercial countries.
He intimated that word had been
received that Emperor William had
in consideration the sending of the
German crown prince to this country to represent him at the ceremonies. The chamber of commerce iB in communication with
the French government, andFrance
will undoubtedly be represented.
Wallpaper 2>£c per Bingle roll at F.
W. Pretty's, 111 Columbia avenue.
DANISH WEST INDIES.
Reigning   Family    of  Denmark
pose Sale.
Op-
Total
235
255
580
282
288
931
596
420
110
60
240
402
142
35
1195
7
60
20
88
5
5
20
63
7
New York, April, 4.—King
Christian opposes the transfer of
the Danish Antilles to the United
States, also Crown l'rince Frederick and his son, Prince Christian,
Bays a Copenhagen dispatch to the
Herald. The entire royal family
shrinks from the bare idea of the
cessation.
The Rossland Electric Laundry is the
only place in the city that will give satisfaction with their work.    Try them,
Toronto Shipyard.
Total tons 614     6316
Port Burwell, April 5.—The
Bertram Engine Works, of Toronto,
has decided to establish a shipyard
here and spend $100,000 on it. The
company has a contract for two or
three large lake vessels too large
to be brought through Welland
canal which explains its action.
Typewriting, stenography, accounting
G. A, Ohren, 0. S. Consulate Phone 472
ANNUAL CONVENTION.
Who   Will   be    Represented   at    the
Kamloops Meeting.
The annual convention of the
Western Federation of MinerB, District No. 6, will meet this year at
Kamloops on Friday next. The
following unions will be represented: Greenwood, Grand Forks,
NelBon, RoBBland, Slocan Cily,
Silverton, New [Denver, Sandon,
Kaslo, Ymir, Kamloops, Lardeau,
Moyie, Kimberley and Fernie.
Frank Woodside and Rupert Bulmer are appointed as the delegate!
from this city.
For high-clasi family liquors go to the
International Liquor .Store.
B0SCHAMSK00P CASUALTIES.
Twenty Killed and Sixty-three Wounded are Reported.
For high-grade whiskey go to the International Liquor Store.
For Fresh Salmon, Halibut,
Shrimps and Crabs go to the H
ket, Columbia avenue.
Herring
C. Mar
London, April 5.—The South
African casualty liet issued this
evening shows that the losses sustained by the Second Dragoon
Guards in their sharp rear guard
action with the Boers, near Bosch-
amskoop during the evening of
March 81, were severe. Two officers were killed and five were
wounded anu 18 men were killed
and 58 wounded. THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND,-B.X., APRIL 5, iqoa
The Evening World
By the World'.PubliBhing Company.
Published daily in Miners' Union hall, Rossland, in the interest of organized labor in British
Columbia.
Entered at tbe Rossland, B. C. postoffice for
transmission through the mails, May 1,1901, as
tecond class reading matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATKS-Fifty cents per
month or fs 00 year, invariable in advance, Ad-
Tctlaing .rates made known on  application.
Address* all   communications*   to   Tames II.
Fletcher, Manager, P. O. box 902, Rossland, B. C
LABOR PARTY.
The inception of the Labor Party
in this province, like the inception
of the labor parties in the various
colonies of Australia and in New
Zealand, is met with the initial
difficulty of deciding on the best
means of gaining the ends of labor.
In absenee of a better suggestion it
would be well to follow the lines
which have proved so successful
when laid down by our brethren
across the Pacific. In the beginning the labor organizations united
in conference and determined to
erect a separate party, or rather the
nucleus of a party. This it was
considered would permit the labor
element where strong to put a separate candidate in the field, and
where not strong enough for this
would be sufficiently powerful to
force in most instances an endorsement of their platform. In New
Zealand thu rule was made that
every candidate who accepted the
nomination of the labor party was
obliged to give a written resignation
in return. This has never been
used but it will be seen it remains
a powerful weapon in the hands of
the organization and also in the
hands of the labor member against
the insinuating advances of his
would-be bribers.
This scheme has worked out satisfactorily. In some instances the
labor party has remainad distinct
as in Queensland where out of a
house of 72 members the laborites
count '2# votes and thus control the
situation. In other Antipodean
colonies fusion has been made with
the Liberal party to which many
abor members formerly belonged.
The great danger to be guarded
against is the fusion in any one locality of the old parties against the
labor vote which is to be feared in
such a proviuce as this where so
much influence is illegitimately
wielded by capital. This can be
prevented, if no separate party iB
formed in the province by large
numbers of labor votes in the ranks
of either party. A nomination
against their wishes is hardly
probable, and even if occurring iB
unlikely to be successful.
The next point is the platform.
The drawing up of this needB great
care. It needs to be clear cut and
define accurately the desires of its
framers. If it includes too much,
especially in formulating truthB
which may be self-evident to many
of us which, however, are not as
yet recognized by others, it will estrange many friends by trying to
force them to accept a strange creed
which, after all, has nothing to do,
except ethically, with practical
politics. It were better to dwell
upon one or two points, such as
the exclusion of the Oriental, a
cause practically won, and the arbitration act, whose battle is
nearly over, rather than to waste
strength on numberless planks
which will inevitably follow, but
which are not practical politics today.
Then there iB the all-important
point of organization and a central
council or executive with a means
of controlling the same, which
hall not take all power from their
hands but which at the same time
will provide a means of seeing that
they do truly represent the will of
the majority. This will include
the proper standing of delegates
and the relative numlier of their
constituents and other points oi
detail which are nevertheless vital
to success'
With a well organized parly,
with a clear cut decisive platform
of not too great a length and a
clearly defined purpose, there is no
reason why the party cannot be
formed at once on stable lines ar.d
that it should not leap at once into
a position of authority in this
province.
REFINERIES.
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\\\B FINEST EQUIPPED SALOON IN THE PROVINCE ^
Anyone interested in mining, by
looking over the report of Mr.
Frecheville and the answer to that
by Bernard Macdonald, may easily
gather that it is of the firBt im-
portance to a mine to own its own
smelter, since the various methods
by which the smelter man increases his legitimate profits, from
the arbitrary one per cent added
to the amount of moisture to the
difference between the wet and the
dry assays of copper,are eliminated
and these profit? accrue to the
mine. But there is a itep beyond
this, which is the refining. Under
present conditions, besides the
profit in the refining which goes
to the refiner and not to the mine,
there is the freight to be paid on
the matte over long distances. Now
as matte seldom is over 60 per cent
metalliferous, and often falls to 40
per cent, it follows that freight iB
not only paid on this before it can
be refined but also on 40 to 60 per
cent impurities which are of no
value. Here a large sum of money
is dropped which might be saved.
It is a well known industrial axiom
that it pays better to Bell the finished product than the raw or half
made up material. The point is
whether this applies to mining as
it doeB to other  things   industrial
Now it may be taken for granted
that smelting does so pay. But
what about refining?
The chief conditions are that
there shall not only be a steady
supply but that that Bupply shall
be a large one, and also that there
Bhall be plenty of cheap power and
plenty of water. Further that the
refinery should be established in
some central position easily accessible to the whole district.
The steady supply of copper depends altogether upon the Bteady
demand for labor. There must be
no labor troubles in the air, hanging like the sword of Damocles over
the head of the unfortunate company which will invest its hundreds of thousands of dollars necessary to erect a refinery capable of
dealing with the copper ores of the
Kootenays. This it, <he first objection to be removed, and if some
local thickheads stand in the way,
the legislature must be invoked so
that capftal can flow in as readily
as it does at the Antipodes.
The next point is that of the
largeneBs of the supply, which is
enormous in this country but is dependent for its exploitation upon the cheapness of fuel, flux and
railway rates. Many a mountain
stream in the Kootenays is fit to
supply thc power and water, but
Bonnington falls is peculiarly suitable, and its position near Slocan
junction renders it readily accessible from all parts of the Kootenays.
Should that refinery be established there is little doubt but that
a further cut could be made in the
obtaining of the metallic values
from our ores and a consequent
further reduction in the possible
pay grade, and naturally an increase in the quantity of ore to be
mined. Under such circumstances
it would be hard to be a losers if
almost any old ledge in the country side were mined, and the woods
are full of these seams.
But there is a further point in
ihis matter, which is the refining
of silver. As the Would has
pointed out, there is a large and
rapidly growing market for silver
in the Orient, that Seattle has
agents all over the country to get
the silver Blimes and silver oreB for
either the Seattle refinery or the
Everett smelter, whose dore metal
is sent to the former place for refining into barB for the Chinese
market. Seattle and Everett are
making this profit which Bhould be
applied to our mines if proper investigations were made and the
matter taken up as it should be by
boards of trade and trades nnd labor councils all   over   the   Kooto-
E:     We Carry all the Best Brands of Wines, \ 3
^ Liquors and Cigars. 3
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nayB. For, though the latter probably may not as yet think so, it is
something that concerns them
more vitally than it concerns any
other class in the country.
This would Btimulate production
in silver by transferring the silver
market, in no great lapse of time,
ae is the opinion in western Washington, from New York to the
Pacific Beaboard.
But, be it remembered, these
ideas are not to be languidly ap
proved of but should be actively
prosecuted if ever the Kootenays
are to be anything or Rossland get
beyond the stage of a pretentious
village with absurdly metropolitan
airs.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
They kicked in New Zealand because "Ready Money" Robison had
100,000 acres of land and forced
him to sell 99,000. We are far
ahead in British Columbia, for we
say nothing of a grant of 4,000,000
acres to one railroad. Moreover we
don't even tax it. Ungenerous poo
pie those New Zealanders!
The complaint is often made
againBt the insular Briton that he
will not suit himself to hiB market.
A dispatch published yesterday regarding American articles sent into
South Africa shows that the exporters are of the opinion that anything that suits the American
home will necessarily suit South
Africa.
Remnanta iu wanuufret ai a hargain at
P. W, Pretty's, 111 Columbia avenue.
A big glass of beer and bowl of Clam
Chowder for 5c at the Alhambra.
Fine wineB and liquors at the International Liquor Store,
GOODEVE'S COMPOUND SYRUP-
HYPOPHOSPHITES TONES THE
SYSTEM, PREVENTS FEVER IN
ADULTS OR CHILDREN,  TRY IT !
For  Rent—FoBt   office  news stand
Apply to W. Wadds, postmaster.
Lockhart & Jordan,
Funeral Directors & Embalmers
Corner St. Paul and Columkia Ave.
Two Modern Hearses, White md Black
Phone 109—147.
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Auction Sales,
Conducted in any part of lhe- city
Furniture a Specialty. Sales conducted
either in Private Houses or Sales Room
on Spokane Btreet. Apply to J. George
Houghton, auctioneer, opposite Humm'
meat market, Spokane street,
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
"Nevada" mineral claim situate iu the
Trail Creek Mining Division ol WeBt
Kootenay District.
Where located—On Lake mountain
about two miles Bouth of the city of
Rossland, end adjoining the mineral
claim, "A. B. C", i,ot 1772, Group I.
Take notice that I, H. B. Smith, acting
as agent for Joseph 11. Miller, free miner's
certificate No. B558P4, intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant for the above
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated tbis 20th day of March, 1902.
H. B. SMITH.
NOTICE.
NOTICK is hereby given that sixty days Oom
the date hereofl intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission lo purchase one hundred and sixty
aeres, detect! ed as iollows:
Commencing at a J ost planted at the northeast corner of the Dubrovuik mmeral claim, on
Cascade mountain Iron Creek, in the Trail
Creek mining division of West Kootenay district, thence south 40 cliains, thence east 40
chains, thence north 40 chains, Ihence west 40
chains to the place of beginning.
STKVF, BABBORA.
Kossland. B. C„ February at, 1902.
Union Made Cigars.
Why not begin the New Year by
smoking union made cigars?
When you wish a smoke ask your
dealer for a "W, B." or "Crown
Grant" Cigar.
b^n^'m-An^dWS^-V^nttr-m' ^£ ^  dtV ^T   ^   9t'
I eiifton Hotel =~ 1
*      Bar Supplied with the Best Goods in the Market.
Le Roi
LIVERVFEED AND SALE STABLES
John F. Linbnrg, Prop.
Washington St., Op. Hoffman HouseQ
Best Turnouts-Only Cab in City
Phone-V. Sc N. 39, Oolumbia 38.
Postoffice Box 136.
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Rubber Balls,
Base Balls,
LToy Garden Sets,
LINTON BROTHERS
BOOK  STORE.
Examination for Assayer* Ucence to
Practice In British Columbia.
IN ACCORDANCE with section 12 of the Bu
reau of Mines Act, examining for efficiency
in the practice of assaying will be held at Nelson. B. C, on April 2ist, 190a, and on such following days as may be found necessary,
Entrance for Examination:
Kntrance for any examination must be made
in writing to the Secretary of the Board of Examiners, at least ten days before the day set for
beginning of examination, and must be accompanied by the prescibed fee ($10).
The examination will consist chiefly of the
practical assaying of samp es, nnd while the Department of Mines will provide all the apparatus
and chemicals usually necessary, it will not im-
dertake to provide any special or unusual appliances or chemicals which might be called for,
and if a candidate should require such he will
have to provide them at his own expense.
Candidates must provide themselves witli such
platinum ware and set of weights as they may
require.
The Department of Mines will make no
charge lor the nse of chemicals or apparatus,
but a candidate will be charged for all breakages
or unnecersary loss caused by him,
Any additional information desired may be
obtained from H. Carmichael, Becretary, Board
of Examiners, Victoria,
E, G, PRIOR,
Minister of Mines,
Department of Mines, Victoria, B. C, 18th
March, nffli. U124-2W
Oregon  Restaurant
Best 25c meals in the city.
Open Day and Night.
poka .e ot., next to the International
THE
iDokane^Hotel
Having changed hands,
CommencinK January 21, Bolicits
Patronage from the working
Min:rs.   Rooms and other
Departments of the house have
Been thoroughly renovated.
All old patrons aB well as new
Are earnestly solicited.
Reasonable rates and courteous
Treatment to all.
JOSEPH RYAN
W.R. Braden
—Dealerjn—
Choice Groceries and
Provisions.
EAST C0LUMBIA:AVEKUB.
V & N Phone 94 P. t Box   i
CLUB ROOMS IN  CONNECTION.
Big free show every night.       Miners' Checks cashed free.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Telephone No.196....
m
It
H. P. JONES, Proprietor B
5  THE QTTEEN THE ALLAN
j     (Eiqar Stores
I Are where you can get the best the market affords in
I CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES, ETC.,   ETC. : : : : :
CROW & MORRIS,     -:-     PROPRIETORS
THE INTERNATIONAL Famly
Liquor Store
-Carries the choicest of-
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
We make a specialty of supplying families. Our stock is complete in
every detail and our prices will, we think, be found satisfactory, as
well as the quality of our LiquorB.
ALL   KINDS   OF    DRY
W©©D
W. F. LINGLE
Office opposite Great
Northern   ticket oflice,
next to Ked Star
The Short Line
EAST AND WEST
Canadian
staams
Scenic Line of the World
DIRECT ROUTE.
WEST
EAST
Winnipeg
Vancouver
Toronto
Victoria
Ottawa
Seattle
Montreal
Portland
New York
San Francisco
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Chicago, Toronto,
Montreal, New York,
and all Eastern points.
Seattle, Tacoma,
Vancouver, Victoria,
and all Pacific Coast points.
EAST BOUND.
LeaveTpo!:ane 9:40 a, m.
WEST BOUND,
Leave Spokane. .7:20 a.m. and 8:00p.m
All connectionB made in Union depot
For full particulars, folders, etc.,
call on or address
H. BRANDT, C.P.A.,
701 W. Riveraide, Spokane
H, P. Brown, Aijent,
Roesland, li. C.
Spokane Falls & Northern
NELSON & FT. SHEPPARD RY.
Red Mountain Ry,
The only all mil route between all polnta enal
weat nnd aouth lo Rosaland, Nelson, and all Intermediate petuta, connecting at Bpokane with
the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connecta at Rosaland with the Canadian Pacific Ry. for Boundary Creek polnta.
Connect* at Mevera Falla with atage dally for
Republic.
Buffet set vice on train* between Spokane and
Nelaon,
Via
SOO LINE.
CHICAGO, St. PAUL AND
ALL U. S. POINTS.
Tourist Car Service,
PACT Leaves Dunmore Junction
IbHw I Daily, leaves Kootenay Land"
ing Tuesday and Friday for St. Paul,
Toronto, Monteeal and Boston.
WEST
Leaves RevelBtoke daily.
EFFECTIVE NOV.   o
Leave.
Arrive.   ■
,0:20 a. m,
Spokane^         7:15 p, m.
17:25 p, m.
Rossland,        4:30 p.m.
9:40 a. m.
Nelson.         6:45 p. m.
H. A. JACKSON,
General Paaaenger AfCl,
Bpokane, Waah.
H. P. BROWN,
Agent, Rouland, B. C
Rossland Home Bakery
I. A. Petih,:Prop.    Phone 28P,
CHOICE?! PASTRY AND CAKES
Wedding^ConfeotionBjtrjorder.
ORDERS  DELIVERED BY WAGON
Vancouver, Seattle and Coast
Homeseekers' Excursrom Rates
On sale, •westbound, Alarch 1 to April 30
Through booking to Europe via all
Atlantic Lines.
Prepaid tickets from all point*-at
lowest rates.
For time tables, rates and  full information apply to
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
A. C. McARTHTJR,
0. F. & T. A(?t.
J. B. GARTER, D. P. A.
Nelson, B. O.
E. J. Coyle A' G. P. A
Vanconver. B C
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. B,
Allan Une, "Corinthian" .-fpiil a
Allan Line "Nu?i idlnu' April jy
Beaver I.ine ' Lake Ontario" April   18
Denver Line "Lake Champlaln" May 38
Krom    Hasten.
Dominion Line "New England"  Apni   2
Dominion Line "ivemin"  April i<j
Allan Line steamers call at Halifax two dnva
Inter.
Krom po'llnnd
Dominion Line "Calilornia" April u
Krom New York.
WhlteStar Line^'Mnjestlc"..        April o
White Slar Line "Germanic"       April ,G
Wnlte Slar Line' Teutonic"         /pri: 2x
Cunard  Line "Lucnnlu"  April  ,1
Cunard Line "Saxonln"     .     April to
Cunnrd Line "Campania" '   .(piil ;o
American Line "St. Louis"    ,.,,,    ,ApnT*h
American Line "Phi'adrlphla"  , ..Wprll 16
Red Star Line "Scullnvark" April a
Red Stnr Line''Vuder land" ..April ,6
Continental sailiiiii»oi French. Ncrth Gertnau
Lloyd, HamliurK-Americnii. Hollai d-Aluerlcan,
Prince aud Italian Lines on application,
RATHS—Bnloon fares, $43.jo, and'upwards.
Second, $« and upwards, accoidiiiK lo Steamer
nnd location of beit h. Steerage emoted on application. Prepaid PasMtRts from SuBland and
the continent at loweft nilea.
Full particulars City Ticket offce, Co'inubia
Avenue Kotslntid, 11. C.
(A. Id Mi Al-'l 11 'n   Agent, w
THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND  B. C, APRIL 5, 1902
I
K>
JAPS DRIVEN OUT
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Miners of Atlin Assembled
En Masse.
EFFORTS OF THE AUTHORITIES
No Bloodshed But the Persuasions
of the   Miners   Sufficed.
The following story appearB in a
recent issue of the Colonist of Victoria regarding the attempted importation of Jap miners into Atlin.
"The present week has been one
of the most exciting since the camp
was started owing to the appear
ance of thc Japanese laborers en
gaged for the Atlin Mining company by Mr. Fetherstonhaugh
Mr. FetherBtonhaugh was induced
last week to sign an agreement by
which he pledged hims3lf to send
out the Japs on the first day of
June next.
After this arrrangement was en
tered into, it seemed as though
nothing more could be done, but
the feeling of intense excitement
continued to grow until finally a
large meeting of miners waB held
at Discovery, and it was decided
to come down to Atlin in a body
and eject the intruders. When
the teams, which had been sent out
via Cariboo trail to bring the
Asiatics to Atlin drew up on Pearl
street, it was found that the men
were fully armed with Winchester
repeating rilleB, and as each one
stepped out of the sleigh, rifles in
hand, a thrill of rage and diegust
ran through the minds of the
inhabitants, who witnessed the
scene. At once the evil news sped
from creek to creek.
Forth poured the miners from
their tunnels, their cabins and their
tents. The men of Pine met the
men of Spruce at the halfway, and
having joined troops marched
straight down to Atlin. The miners, about 150 in number, on
reaching Atlin, marched in good
order down the main streets of
the town, and drew up near the
Koyal hotel where they had a consultation.
The government authorities apparently apprehended serious
trouble and possible conflict with
tbe miners as a number of special
constables were a latily sworn in
by Mr. Thain.and a team engaged
to transport them to McKee creek,
whither the miners, their brief
consultation over, were already on
the way in search of the Japanese.
Just before the miners left for
McKee oreek, Mr. Thain, commenced to read the "riot act." The
miners, however, refused to dally,
and continued on their way to McKee. There they interviewed the
Japanese and evidently their powers of persuasion were effective, aB
the Japs consented to leave the
creek and the camp, only pleading
that they be allowed to remain
where they were for the night so
ae to get a good night's rest before
commencing their journey out to
Skagway next day.
The following morning (Saturday) they returned to Atlin, escorted the JapB to the town, where
the latter Boon made ready for departure south, Subscriptions were
taken up and sufficient money
was raised to pay the passage of
the little brown men out to Skagway and Vancouver. They were
well fed and treated, and then got
off at once. Jack Perkinson being placed in charge of the of the
squad, with explicit instructions to
see them out of the conntry.
- Atlin then gave itself up to the
celebration of the auspicious event,
and at this moment the sound of
revelry and rejoicing may be heard
ringing through the town. The
miners permitted noexcuseB of any
kind whilst they were engaged upon their task. Tbe whole affair
waB well planned and organized,
the purpose in hand was carried
out well and quickly without injury to any one concerned."
Baptist church—John Burtt Morgan, B.Ay pastor. Services 11 a.m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school
and bible class, 2:30 p.m. Morning subject, "The Unseen Presence." Evening subject, "The
Outstretched Hand." Everybody
welcome.
Church of the Sacred Heart.—
Father Welch in charge. Low
mass 8:30 a.m.; high mass 10:30 a.
m.; Sunday school, 2 p.m.; benediction, 7:30 p.m.
Salvation Army.—7 a.m., Knee
Drill; 11 o'clock Sunday school
and bible class; 3 p.m., childrens'
service; 8 p. m., Salvation Meeting.
Ensign Larder will preach at the
evening service.
St. Andrew's church, (Presbyterian.)—Corner First avenue and
Queen street. Rev. Dr. Robinson, pastor. Public worship at 11 a.m., and 7:30 p.m.
Sabbath school 2:30 p. m. At
thej evening service will be delivered the fourth lecture on the life
of Samson; subject, "His Secret
Revealed."
St.George's church—Rev. C. W.
Hedley, rector. Low Sunday. 11 a
m.,matins and Eucharist; 2:30 p.m.,
Sunday school; 7:30 p.m., evensong.
Methodist church.—Rev. A. M
Sanford, B.A., pastor. Services 11
a.m., and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath Bchool
and bible class at 2:30 p.m. Ep-
worth League, Monday evening 8
p.m. A special sermon to the children will be preached at the morning service and Miss Impey will
sing, "I Think When I Read," arranged by Arthur T. Blakeley of
Toronto. Evening subject, "The
Humbling of Individuals, Nations
and Churches." Special music for
the evening will be the anthem,
"The Day of Praise is Done," by
Nevin, and the solo and chorus,
"Not Half Has Ever Been Told."
ALAKUMA NUT CANDlES^Oc OF
3 FOR 25c AT GOODEVE BROS.
Wanted—To buy   second-hand
furniture and clothes, or   anything
of   value.      Laytoii'D   OecuuU-liauU
Store. tf
For fine Cigars and Tobaccos go to Ed
Farnsworth's cis;ar stand.
SERIOUS
REPORTS
Chinese   Advices   Report
Nouthern Insurrection
as Dangerous.
With regard to the disturbances
in South China the North China
Daily New says: "The central
government in Peking is in a most
pertubed state owing to the serious
news simultaneously received lately from Canton and Kweilin, the
capitals of the Two Kwangs.
Their high authorities report that the disbanded soldiers of
General Feng Tze Tsai, numbering
nearly 4000 men, have joined the
insurgents of Kwangsi which has
rendered the situation i n the south
very precarious and the crisis a
dangerous one. These men were
all armed with modern fire-arms
in 15)00, which they refuse to give
up when disbanded. The insurgent number now some 60,000 men
and when enough supplies in food
have been gathered in by them, we
may expect to hear some serious
news.
Furnished housekeeping rooms ,it the
COSMOS. e o d
Sentenced to Death.
Brandon, Man, April 5.—Walter Gordon was sentenced this
morning by Judge Dubuc for the
murder of James Daw, to be hanged on June 28th between hours of
8 to 10 in the morning.
OANONG BROS. FRESH CHOCO-
LATES, BOXED OR BULK, AT
GOODEViS BROS.
STEAMER LAKE SUPERIOR.
Enquiring Into  Her Grounding   During Docking.
St, John, N. B., April 5.—The
pilot commissioners yesterday afternoon began an enquiry into the
grounding of the steamer Lake
Superior. Captain Thompson said
that he left the docking of the
steamer   to   the   pilot   to   decide.
Pilot Rogers said when the captain remarked that he did not
want a tug. "We will moor her
ourselves," he said.
The evidence of ship's officers was
taken and statements heard as to
the currents of the harbor. The
enquirv was adjourned until TueS'
day.
COLLARD & BOWSER'S CELEBRATED BVTTER SCOTCH 15c OR
TWO PACKAGES FOR 25c AT OOOD
EVE BROS.
CORONATION VISITORS.
Hot Clam Chowder served with every
glass of beer at the Alhambra,
VELVET'S
PROGRESS
Development of the Mine-
Latest Official Reports
of the Manager.
The following cablegram was
receive d in London from the manager on March 13—"Have cut
vein 110 feet from shaft at the 500
foot level. Country tight, and ore
mixed with some good stones of
ore. Drilling in face of crosscut
are in ore. Width of vein not yet
determined,but when right throngh
shall immediately begin to drive
on the vein in a north-easterly
direction. Driving south on the
same vein at 400 levei, we are running through a fine body of ore 90
to 105 feet from the station, which
yielded 13 tons first-class ore.
Forebreast is now in ore."
Cable received 20th March gives
following returns from smelters :—
" 7 tons yielded 52 oz. gold, 122
ono. oilvflr. 7,575 lbs. copper, wet
assay. Gross value, l,yT8 Uuls,, or
an average of 29.52 (£5 18s.) per
ton. Net proceeds from smelters,
1,130 dols., or an average of 16.86
dols. (£3. 7s. 6d.) per ton. About
45 tons from ,400 feel level now in
course of shipment. The road is
now breaking up." Cablegram received from manager :—" In reference to my last cable, average assay value of the 13 tons of ore taken
in driving 400 feet level, $60 per
ton, smelter price. 500 feet level.
—The lode is 6 feet wide north
wall, 9 feet south wall. The lode
in face of drive is well defined.
Cross-cut yielded 3^ tons first-class
ore; assay results to follow."
Now is the time to get a new suit of
clothes made, as our new stock has arrived. Best selection of goods in the
city. Comerford & Cameron, the lending tailors. ii
For a nobby Buit of clothes call
and eee Comerford & Cameron, successors to Sharp & Co., Dean
Block. t!
Special Accommodation for Coming
Colonials.
New York, April 5.—A private
meeting of the representatives of
the colonial governments has just
been held to consider the question
of a stand for the accommodation
of colonials who will visit England
for the coronation. Fully 6,000
visitors are expected from Canada,
and Australia. It was decided to
leave the whole matter in the handB
of Lord Strathcona.
For Imported  winea  go to the International Liquor Store,
M. & M. SALOON
First Ave.    Notti A Costa, Propi.
Fine Wines,Liquors and Cigars
Certificate of Improvement.
New Bonanza and Bonanza No. 2 Mineral Claims, situate in the Trail Creek
Mining Division of West Kootenay District,,'
Where located:   On Tron creek.
Take notice that I, Kenneth K, Burnet, acting as agent for Steve Barbora,
free miner's certificate, No. B42498 and
Steve J. Brjilo, free miner's certificate No. B55727, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
mining recorder fcr a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a crown grant of the above claim,
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such certificate of
Improvement.
Dated this 27th day of Mar,, A, D. 1002
KENNETH L. BURNET
INTERNATIONAL
Music Hall
MONDAY, MARCH  31
NEW STARS
PERRY    SISTERS
LOWE RYATEM P L ETO N
ANNIE   GOLDIE
KENNISON   SISTERS
Four act   Drama
"THE GOLD KING."
Admission,      -        15c and 25c
BOX SEATS   50c
Alhambra Hotel
$1 a day and up.
Steady Boarders. $6.50 per week.
FINEST MEALS.
lllegantly Furnished Rooms.
All the old boys are cordially invited to
return former patronage. New patrons
will receive kindest consideration.
Anaconda Saloon,
Cor. Spokane and First.
McPhee & McDonell,   - Proprs.
Fine Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
Phone 164.
*
Job Printing,
Book and
Commercial
Office
Printing
4
*
^jf  Done With Neatness and Despatch.    Mail ^
4*      Ordersuwill Recieve Prompt Attention     ^
JTj' AAiAjAAi 1maa%
|   World Job Office f
% 4*444444* 4^ 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4 4*4*3*
•TmnnT»mnTiTTfTTnTrrmnrmnT»»TiTTrrt'
i The Cliff House,
I      C. P, Doell, Prop.
6 The Best $1 Per Day House  in
C the City.
11 Labor Union Directory.
Officers and Meetings.
I Sample Room in Connetion |
I Next to Oity Hall J
t P. O. Box 536   -   -   ROSSLAND 1
fcB'U,     SO   YEAF-.
5BS8& EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights &c.
Anyone Bcudlnff n aketph nnd description may
qnldtly ascertain onr opinion rreo wnetlier nn
Invention Is prohnbly nntentnbie. Cotmuimtcn.
tlons strictlyoonQdohtlfll. IlHiKibookoD-Pateuts
sent tree. Oldest nirency for securing patents.
Patents taken throucti Munn & Co. receive
special notice, without clinrge, In tho
Scientific American.
Ahfindaomely Uliistrflfod weekly. Tinrcoot circulation (if any HciGtuitic Journal, Tonus, $3 a
yenr: four months, $L Sold by all nowHdcjilcrn.
MUNN & Co.3618""""*^ New York
Branch Office, C25 F St„ Waahlpifton. r».C.
Kf\T? "D     ROSSLAND LODGKNO 21,
• UI   JT •  K, oi P., meets every Friday
night at 8 o'clock in Odd Bellow's hall. Queen
street.   Visiting brothers are always welcome.
Wm. McNeill, C. C. ^
Procter Joiner, k. of R. andS
Ff\      T?     FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF
•   vy.   J2i# EAGLES,    Rosslaud   Aerie,
No, io, Regular meetings every Thursday evenings, 8 p.m, Eagles Hall, Miners' Union Bldg.
T. H. Boulton,  W. P.
H, Daniel, w. Secretary.
IO O TT Meets in odd Kellowfl Ha"
tt\Ja\JmAJ • ou Queen Street, between
First and Second avenues. Regular meetings
each Monday night. Visiting brothers are cordially invited to attend and register within 30
days.
W.S, Murphy, Sec, Alex Fraser, N. G
SQrP f^ King Edward Lodge of the
• k5 A • VjT* Order or the Sons of St.
George, meets every Friday evening at 7:30, in
the lower hall of the Salvation army. Visiting
brethren are invited to attend
Thomas Embleton. Prest.
George Clothier, Secy.
NELSON MINERS UNION
No. gb, W. F. M. Meets
every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock. John McPherson, Pres., James Wilks.Sec.
Visiting brothers cordially
invited.
GREENWOOD MINERS UNION
No. 22, W. F. M., meets every
Saturday evening in Union hall.
Geo. F. Dougherty, -Pres., M.
Kane, Sec.
MINERS' UNION Mo. 58.
Western Federation of
miners—meets every Wednesday evening at 7.30, p.
m. in Miners' Union Hall.,
Frank Woodside, Secretary
Rupert  Bulmer,  Presider \
NEW DENVER MINIMS
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' hall.
Henry Heidman, Pres., Jno.
Riordan, Sec.
GROCERIES
A complete stock of
JUST RECEIVED.
New Store. New Goods.
H. W. SIMPSON
86 W. Columbia Ave.      Phone 68.
<<<•
>U-
YMIR MINERS UNION
No. 85, W. F. M., meets
every Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock in Miners' Un
ion hall. W. B. Mclsaac,
Pres* Alfred Parr, Sec.
1 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'NeallJSec.
.	
WESTERN FEDERATION
lOF MINERS-Edward Boyce
president,Denver,Colorado,
James Wilkes, vice-president, Nelson, British Columbia; Wm. C. Haywood,
secretary-treasurer, Denver,
Col.; Executive Board,John
C. Williams, Grass Valley,
Cal.; Phillip Bovvden,Butte,
Mont,; Thos. B. Sullivan,
Leadville, Col.; John Kelly,
Burke, Idaho; Chas. H.
Moyer, Lead City, S. Dakota; James A. Baker, Slocan
City, B. C.
DISTRICT UNION no. 6,
W. F. M.- Jas. Wilkes, Pres.
Nelson; Rupert Bulmer.vice-
president, Rossland; Alfred
Parr, secretary-treasurer,
Ymir.
Grand Union Hotel
$1.00 to $1.25 per day
Neatly Furnished Rooms $1.50 to
$2.50 per week.
TRADES AND LABOR
COUNCIL—Meets every second and; 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.
A First Class Bar in Connection
22 Columbia ave, 4 doors east of
Post Office.   Tel. 58.
Geo. H. Green, Prop.
TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION No. 335,—Meets on the
last Sunday of each month
at the Miners' Union Hall
J Barkdoll, Sec; Wm.
Poole, Presid
Hotel Bellview
$1 Per Day
And Upwards.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Board and Lodging
$7 Per Week
A first cIubb bar in connection.
Open day Hnd night, Uppjsitc
lhe 0. P. R. Depot.
Harry Bell, ■ Propr
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' gUNION, Wo.
123, painters and decorators
of America.meets in Beatty's
Hall, on secondhand foprth
Tuesday of each month. RQ
C. Arthur, Pres.; W. S"
Murphy, Sec.
JOURNEYMEN TAILORS
Union of America. Meets
iirst Monday in each month
in Miners' Union hall. S
Graham president, L. A
Fairclough secretary, P O
box 314.
i
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THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B.C., APRIL 5, 1902.
STOCK MARKETS
Sales Livelier This Morning on 'Change.
REPUBLIC BOOM ENGINEERED
The Latest Quotations and Sales
Locally and on the Toronto
Market.
The market was somewhat livelier this morning and a number of
sales were reported from all of the
principal markets and it would
seem that the Republic boom is
already being engineered in Spokane.
Today's quotations and sales here
and in Toronto.
Today's Toronto Quotations.
Asked      Bid
War Eagle       11 10>^
CentreStar       39 35
Caiiboo, Camp McK.      26 24
IronMask       24 15
Rambler-Cariboo....      95 85
Giant         6 3
Republic       10 934
Payne        29 25>£
'Winnipeg         5
White Bear         3% 3%
Republic, 2000, 5000, 9|c; Cari-
boo.Camp McKinney ,300,25c. Total,
7300.
Today's Local Quotationa:
Aaked     Bid
Abe Lincoln  8
American Boy  oA iX
Athabanca I 4 °°
Big Three  *a
Black Tail    » 13 12
California  6 2
Canadian Gold Fielda  4'A 3»
Cariboo (Camp McKinney)  as 2*
CentreStar  3<>X ii'A
Crowa Neat Pan Coal $ i35°o<
DeerTrailNo. 2  3X 'A
Oiant  4'A 4
Granby Consolidated $300 00 $150 00
Homeatake (Aaaeaa. paid)  iX 1
Iron ataak (Aaaeaa. paid)  22 17
IX |i  IS
King (pro Denoro)	
Lonelnne  8 7
Monte Chriato  3 'X
MorningGlory  3* 3
Morrison  iX *
Mountain Lion  31 2/
North Star (Bait Kootenay)  25 24
Novelty  ■
Payne  28 26
PeoriaMlnea  1 A
Prince u Maud  4 3%
QuUn  35 32
Rambler-Cariboo (ex-div)  87 85
Republic  10H 9
Roaaland Bonanza G. M. 8t 8. Co.
6t. Klmo Consolidated  3 'X
BuUivan  9X 8),
Tamarac (Kenneth) Assess, paid.
Tom Thumb  23 22
Virginia ,  3 'X
War Sagle Consolidated  11 9
Waterloo  2 1
White Bear  4'A 3X
Winnipeg  5
Wonderful  4 i»
Latest Sales.
Rambler-Cariboo,1000,86c; Giant
6000, 4ic; White Bear, 5000, 34c.
Total, 12,000.
Spokane Sales.
Black Tail,1000,13c; Lone Pine,
500,500, 1000, 500, 1000, 1000,
1000, 1000, 1000, lie, 1000, 7^c;
Morning Glory, 2500, 5000, He;
Tom Thumb, 500, 23c; Hit or Miss,
1000, l^c.   Total, 18,500.
If vou want flrst-cliss bottled goods
go to the International Liquor Store.
If you want a nice smoke ask for La
Federal at Ed. Farnsworth's cigar store
J L. Whitney & Co.
MINING  BROKERS.
B. 0. and Washington Stocks a specialty
47 Columbia avenue.
Richard Plewman
Stock   Broker
RESIDENCE:   W. Columbia Ave.
Telephone 145.
Paulson Brothers,
GROCERS.
Eggs,
Eggs,
Eggs!
FRESH EVERY MORNING
PAULSON BROS.,
Washington St, aad Firat A*K
MINOR  MENTION
Mike Burns has just returned to
the city.
The first death from scarlet fever
occurred last night.
Tonight's feature ia the opening
of a palace by Louis Blue.
The Velvet Mine railroad has
passed the house at Ottawa.
The drama at the International
next week will be " Eagles Nest."
MiBs Jean Olding has accepted
the leadership of the Presbyterian
choir.
The junior base ball team of
Hossland are playing the Trail
boys thia afternoon.
Harry Greene, of the War Eagle,
left today for Toronto. The Would
wishes him good luck.
Tom Long is out after stinks.
He says it is the spring cleaning
and is dead in earnest.
The burial of the twin children
lately born to Mr. and Mrs. '.Seville
took place this afternoon.
Jas. AitkenB leaves tonight for
Vancouver where he will be engaged in the theatrical business.
On Monday afternoon an important meeting will be held of the
police and license commissioners.
There will be assembled Cniefs Ingram, Walker, Clute, Goodeve and
Hamilton. Query, are they birds
of a feather ?   If so, what feather?
For rent—A three room furnished houBe.   Apply at this office.
MAY BE
AN EPOCH
Labor Party Elect Kamloops Delegates—Three
Planks Adopted.
What may be regarded in after
years as an epoch in the chequered
history of this camp is the sending
of the delegates from this city to
the Labor convention meeting in
Kamloops on April 14th. The
members of the various" unions
have already appointed their delegates, and last night the Independent Labor party, as organized in
this mining city, has duly elected
its delegate and is sending him to
Kamloops to represent its views.
The meeting, which was held in
the Miners' Union hall, was well
attended, and several good speeches
were made. The upshot was th*
appointment of Tom Brownlee as
its direct representative, and the
formulating of several planks of
the proposed platform which is to
be decided upon at Kamloops-
These were compulsory arbitration,
adult suffrage and the initiative
and referendum, which last, however, encountered some opposition
on account of the cumbersomeness
of its machinery.
For Dry Wood go to W. F. Llngle.
Office,Washington street, opposite Great
Northern express ollice.   Phone 149.
TROUBLE IN THE BALKANS.
Albanian Insurgents Capture Turkish
Officials.
Constantinople, April 5.—Advices received here from Uskopt,
Kuropean Turkey, announce that a
number of Albanians recently surrounded the government office Ipek,
35 mileB from Novibazar, took all
the officials prisoners and then
telegraphed to the Yildiz palace
here demanding the release of the
Albanians who are in custody in
Constantinople. Two battalions of
Turkish infantry ha been despatched to Ipek.
Birthday Party.
Master James Owens was given
a birthday party last night by hiB
parents, and waB the recipient of a
number of presents. Thirty-eight
children were present.and a pleasant
time waB had till a late hour in the
evening.
if you      r- q C" Q LJ
want      rnLOn
VEGETABLES S1VE
VAUGHAN <& COOK.
THE LEADING GROCERS
Sole Agents EDEN BANK CREAMERY BUTTER.
All Kinds  of
nngton.St., Op. Allan Hotel,
Practical Look and Gun-
smith,Key Fitting.Sew-
ing   Machines   and
Typewriter   Repaired.
Sewing Machine Supplies
Musical Instruments Repaired
on short notice.
ALL    WORK   GUARANTEED
.^. .3^. .^. iS^..'
\2?
Grand Opening
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AAAAAAAA A\ Am A m\\ famAfa m\\
THE PALACE
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Will Open its doors tomorrow evening, April 5, at 6
o'clock. A cordial invitation
is extended to the general ^
public and to our friends.
THE PALACE
First Boats of the Season.
Sault Ste. Marie, April 5,—The
first boats of the season arrived
here this morning and
through the Canadian locks,
We make a speciality of family trade
at the International Liquor Store.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
H. Mclntyre, Nelson.
W. J. Miller, Nelson.
H. Allenbert, Spokane.
Mrs. M. W. Cran, Phoenii.
W. Northey wife  and daughter,
city.
B. W. Riordan, Republic.
Mrs. F. C. Barley, Spokant.
M. Halmer, Spokane.
C. A. Vandermar, Spokane.
G. H. Ellis, Midway.
W. Perdue. Dawson.
H. M. Cutchen.
R. Andrew, Port Arthur.
HOFFMAN  HOUSE.
H. Rurick, Belfast, Ire.
E. Gonond, Calgary.
Y. Y. Warren, Nelson.
F. Davidson, Nelson.
Miss Morris, Calgary.
Miss E. Morris, Calgary.
Mrs. F. Leroux, Montreal.
Miss W. J. Black, Tonopak.
N. W. Starling, Spokane.
S. S. Liver, Spokane.
M. Newland, Spokane.
C. R. Johnston, Salt Lake.
H. Milnes, city.
J. V. Manley, Midway.
C. Boydell, Velvet.
For fine Cigars and Tobaccos go to Ed
Farnsworth's einar stand.
W. R. Braden
—Dealer in—
Choice Groceries and
Provisions.
BAST COLUMBIA AVENUR.
VAN  Ileitis F.OBa i
Rubber Balls,
Base Balls,
Toy Garden Sets,
LINTON BROTHERS
UBOOK STORE. *
*a**A>tAJtA^W^ *A**raya+%rW
Oregon Restaurant
Best 25c meals in the city.
Open Day and Night
pokane St., next to the International
THE
Jtookane-fHotel
Having changed hands,
Commencing January 21, solicits
Patronage from the working
Miners.   Rooms and other
Departments of the house have
Been thoroughly renovated.
All old patrons aa well as new
Are earnestly eolicited.
Reasonable rates and courteous
Treatment to all.
JOSEPH RYAN
Dry Wood
J. D. BLEVINS
Mswmm
Office: Simpson's
Grocery, phone 68
Residence phone 103
$10.00 FOR $1.00
In one year is a fair profiit.   Buy Similkameen Valley Coal
Company's shares and make it.
$90 FOR $2.50
Were the Profits made in four years in
Crow's Nesi|Toal Shares.
Le Roi
LIVERY,™ AND SALE STABLES
John F. Linburg, Prop.
Washington St., Op. Hoffman HouBeRj
Best Turnouts-Only Cab in City
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The map shows the location of the company's coal land and their City ol
wonder, progress and prosperity, ASHNOLA, water power, timher limits nnd electric light. Stockholders participate in the profits of all the above mentioned,
Estimated assets of the company are now $1350,000. THE ASHNOLA COAL
COMPANY, L'mitkd, of Toronto is also establishing its western office and pay
roll at ASHNOLA. ASHNOLA SMELTER, Limited, now an assured fact, witli
a capitalization of $2,COO,000 will not only erect a smelter with a five thousand ton
daily capacity, but will also make ASHNOLA its head office, which means a pay
roll of three gigantic incorporations for ASHNOLA. Tnese facts make it possible
for the fUmilsameen Valley Coal Company's shares to Boon advance to at
least $25 within the next year. These shares are now being offered by our_ollicial
brokers for $1.10 on calls of ten cents per month, with a non-forleiture clause,
which meinB you get shares lor the cash you pay into the company in any event.
For further information and prospectusesapply to the
Similkameen Valley Coal Co., Ltd.
HEAD    OFFICE
NELSON, B  C.
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