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Array WORL
Vol. I, No. io^
ROSSLAND, B. C„ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER A, 1901.
Price Five Cents.
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Sells Seasoned Fir und Tamarac Wood Any Length.
Four Fool $1.50. Jf you want wood that will burn
or snlit give us a call at the old stand.    Terms cash.
Phone 8.
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How Bela Kadish Gave the
Game Away.
"THE CABIES THAT FAILED."
A Truthful Acc.unt of the London
Meeting—Grief and Woe at
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Rough and Dressed
Lumber.Shingles,
Mouldings and A-l
White Pine Lumber Always in Stoek
Mill at Porto Rico Sid I tiff,       Yarda nt
Kosslaml ami Nrlsmi. Head nlTu-L-at Nci-
hoii, B.c. Wc cany n complete stock of
Const KlooriiiK. CeUh.gj tnaldfi Finish,
Turned work. saaheBand Doors, special
order work will receive prompt attention
i STRIKE!
NOT SETTLED.
Alhambra Hotel!
$1 a day and up.
Free Lunch from II a.m. to 2 p.m
Whereas agents of
♦ the mining companies J
have circulated the re- J
port that the strike ♦
existing at this place f
is settled and work is *
to be resumed at the ♦
mines, we wish to J
state that this report t
is false and there is no <♦
probability of a settle- «
*
I We
lui.i. in  PARI?:
Hot Roast Beef,   Mushed Potatoes
Turk ami Beans,     Clam Chowder
Hot Clam Chowder Berved day or night
BEER 5c A GLASS.    	
~~GREAT..77~
REMOVAL SALE!
Ab our least, expires shortly wc
have determined to offer oi.rm-
tire stoi'k to the public at
jirieek which no onu can allbnl
fi overlook.   On
Crockery, Glassware. China, ■Wood-
enware. Brooms, Brushes, Kitchen Utensils,Tea and Dinner
Sets,Water and Cham-
Sets, wc will give a
331 -3 per cent Discount forCash
On Groceries, excluding Siiirn-,
Ments ami Flour, we will give u
discount of
10 per  cent  for   Cash.
O.  M.   FOX & CO.
Columbia Ave., near Queen St.
ment of the strike for
some   time   to   come.
advise   all   men
t looking for   employ-
♦ ment   to  keep   away ♦
S from     Rossland,    or
* Northport or vicinity.
i   Executive Board,
niiin   No.
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Rossland Mincrf
38, W. I
M. W. SIMPSON,
—Dealer in—
Groceries, Flour
Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Mill Feed.
Second avenue.
V. & N. IMiono ft-
Ting-a-ling ling !    br-r-r-r ! !
"Is that the long distance?
Hello girl—'"Yes. Is that the
wild man from Barney's ranch?"
Barney—(In suppressed, tones)
"(live mo Kadish; Bela Kadish of
Northport, quick I"
"Alt! Is that you Kadish?
What in thunder did you mean by
giving the Spokesman-Review
Whitaker Wright's name to those
cables?
It   has
me
Wall Paper and Paints.
See Daniels and Chambers lor   thc
.iieH ilesigin  iu   wall   laper   nnd Hv
| 'eat qu Hty of paints.   Phono  V.&N
i lt-2. tf
harvest hat.i miners from the
wheat mines of Manitobaw. Old
Eatermip Jake and Three Fingered
Mike.have a select band of boost-
eis from Prickly Pear gulch.
Geiser has a btineb of sheep herders here now at work in the Josie.
We hail lo blindfold them and
back them into the cage Friday
night. The Wild West aggrega-l
lion is now an assured fact. Ex- J
Governor Mackintosh, God bless
him, calls them ^Barney's Rocky
Mountain Goats.' After the"'Preah-
Yillian' comes, Bela, you and I
must taken vacation at Halcyon,
as my nerves are a bit unstrung.
1 say, Bela, no more interviews,
please, in the Spokesman."
And, with   a   long-drawn   sigh,
the phone was at last hung up.
METEOR GAMP.
laughing stock of the community.
Had been down town all morning
looking for the ex-Governor. Had
a marked check for .2500. The
biggest thing ever seen in Kossland
since the Halcyon days of the million dollar checks. The ex-GoV-
emov's friends couldn't cover. Bulmer asked me Iii let him have a
photograph of il for tho ''collection."
i was feeling quite gay; in fact,
like one of those Jolly Knowalls,
until the Review came in and I
read that stupid give away on
Whitaker Wright."
Bela—"I'm awfully Borfy Barney. You see. I thought Whitaker
must still be chairman, as only
one new director was elected; thai
lhe old hoard and   Ihe   new    hoard
and the shareholders had all endorsed your strike policy. I've
evidently got. Ihings all mixed Up,
Tell me, Barney, what is the true
state of affairs?"
Barney—"There is no board at
all now. Whitaker, fearing (hat
the "strike" might reach him.
didn't attend the extraordinary
general meeting on the 29th. The
shareholders wanted him the worst
kind of way. Some of the biggest
losers asked for his heart's blood,
(vhile others more modestly asked
for his gall. The lasl man who
got lo him on the telephone invito I him down lo have his heart
and liver cut out with a Wade &
Butcher knife, but Whitaker replied, "What a bleeding fool I'd he
my noble lord." This pleasant
sally brought the house down and
'•Punch"   published   tho  joke  in
double leaded type next day. Nobody would lake lhe chair for several hours and Whitaker got so
impatient holding tho phone thai
lie sent me that eelehraled indorsation cable. All the directors resigned and the only thing left on
the hoard was a big lack which
had been carefully planted there
for Whitaker. Then the shareholders shouted: 'If we can't have
Wright who will be our Moses?''
Aaron then removed tho tack and
look the chair. The windows were
all opened up and when the sulphur fumes had been wafted out
to blend wilh the heavy London
fog, quiet was restored and the
trouhle manufacturer got in hi-
deadly work. An engineer by the
name of Fresh l'hil, or Fresh Veal
(Willie calls him 'Fresh-Evil')
got the job of straightening out the
tangle at. this end. He sails Wednesday, so il behooves you and me,
Bela, to gel things into shape, before he hits the Dewdney trail.
Geiser promises an aggregation
that will stagger humanity. Alkali
Ike, of Moose Jaw, comes in tomorrow with his cowboy miners,
llecalls the.n bis Strathcona Re-
jjectlons,     I'embina   Jou   has   100
G.    W .     il.Tluii'M      N.-iv      \..|itui. --<;.mil
TJmei This Fall nml Winter.
(i. W. Herron of Meteor, Washington will open a new store at
Meteor. He will start with about
i a .3000 slock.
Speaking of Meteor's prospects
Mr. Herron said:
"We are going to have good
times there this fall. The mine
owners have made a number of
rich strikes lately and the development of properties is progressing
rapidly. It is reported a number
of new companies are going to start
operations on some of the properties there in a few days."
MACDONALD'S MISLEADING TACTICS.
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It would have been  much  more  appropriate had the Ross-
"Miner" substituted  an  article "The collapse of Ben ard
Macdonald" instead of the collapse of the strike in this morning's issue. The trail of the serpent is still visible Bernard Macdonald, contrary to the statute is endeavoring lo import alien
contract labor into the Rossland cam]). He knows the danger of
the game and he is willing to lake all chances so long as his vindictive spirit against unions is gratified. At tho present lime he
is engaged in the task of inducing 150 or 200 men to come lo
to Rossland. The article in question is written in order that tl.e
"Miner" may be forwarded and read by the men on their way to
Rossland, that they may be deceived and cajoled by the statements contained therein. It is a low business at best, ar.d we
fear very tnuch, characteristic of the man. The article in question contains ungenerous references lo what it terms muckers,
heller known as shovellers. They are called unskilled laborers,
but it is well known lo those medical men who have performed
scores of surgical operations lhat two-thirds of those fatally or
seriously, injured in the mines are these same shovellers. At all
events if the public fail to realize the jeopardy in which Bernard
Macdonald is placing Rossland and the camp, we venture to say
the future will vindicate those who have adopted a policy contra iv to the wishes and designs of Bernard Macdonald. A crisis
has been reached. We are aware lhal there are many who "run
with the hares and hunt with the hounds," a fatal mistake on
their part. We believe Bernard Macdonald to be a standing
menace to the Rossland camp. We believe him to be inimical
to the rights of labor, we believe him to have been recreant to his
trust as the custodian of important interests. We are convinced,
no mailer what lhe result of lhe present trouble is that his
enmity Inwards those who toil is such that he never can work in
harmony with the men. He does not understand human nature,
lie does not understand himself, and tbis being the case his
efforts will never be crowned wilh success. He, has failed everywhere, and the bold game suddenly played in inducing a lot of
men lo come to Rossland to compete wilh their fellow co-laborers
is simply adopted for the purpose of misleading those who have
been appointed to investigate and render a verdict with regard lo
his policy, That being the case and he knows as well as the
W'oi.'i.n docs that it is the case, Bernard Macdonald must not be
surprised if every lawful method is adopted for the purpose of exposing his questionable tactics.
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GEISER'S CASE
Partly Heard in the Police
Court This Morning.
GOOD ADVICE TO STEVENSON
"Hit Him Hard: It Won't Cost You
Anything"—Bernard Macdonald
Was Absent.
WON'T WORK
AT SMELTER
The Last Batch from Missouri Quit the Job Cold
--30 Lett Today.
FRAUD IS
CHARGED
Northport, Sep!, ll h—(Special)
Of the last batch of 75 Missotirians
brought hire by Al. Geiser, some
ten went on lo Ros. land and the
rest have refused to go to work at
ihe smelter. Ovor 30 left for the
s iuth on :!;o afternoon train today.
Bernard Macdonald did his best
yesterday and ibis morning to Induct
wor
had
Answer of Union Is Filed
in the Injunction Proceedings.
The Northport Smeltermen's union, through its attorneys,   Robertson. Miller it Rosoiihaupt, has   tiled its answer to the injunction   recently issued   out   of   the   United
States district court   on   behalf  of
the Northport Smelling   and    Re-
lining company    The  injunction
orders lhe union men from   inter-
Ihe men tn slay   and   go   to'taring in anyway   with   the com-
bul   lhe   men   claimed   I hey   puny and is set for bearing   before
been   deceived   and   unfairly  Judge Hanford, September 18.
treated and refused to work.   They     The Union charges Snperinten-
all said the same story, that tbey dent Kadish with the unlawful use
bad b'een repeatedly told that there .of money to corrupt and bribe one
were no labor troubles either at I of its members, It also charges
Ihe Lo Roi smelter or up in Ross- j that a majority of the stock is own-
laud at the I.e Roi mine and did ed by British subjects; and that
ii,>t loam the' truth until they the union is locked out and that
reached Nor.hport.    The men were  Q0 ,jtrjkc |H j,, effect.
very indignant at being deceived 	
so badly and would  have nothing
to say to Manager   Macdonald  or     "you want nice table apples,
any tit the smelter managers. jwe have them.   Paulson Bros.
There was a crowded audience at
the police court this morning to
hear the case of W. L. McDonald
against Al Geiser the Baker City,
Oregon, contractor of violating
the alien labor law. Many persons were unable to get into tbe
court room.
A. H. MaeNeill, K.C., appeared
for the prosecution, and Hon. T.
Mayne Daly defended Geiser. Mr.
MaeNeill called Bernard Macdonald as bis first witness, but as tbe
Le Roi manager failed to respond,
although duly subpoenaed, Neil
Stevenson was called  to the stand.
Stevenson savft that   he   worked
as a miner in Baker City, Ore. and
knew Al. Geiser well.   Two weeks
ago he met Geiser in a saloon  in
Baker City and was  told   that   all
the trouble in  B. C. was over that-
he, Geiser, had a contract to   work
the Le Roi mine   and   be   wanted
lots of men.      He   said   he  could
only   ship    to   Northport    owing
'. ■ Hi ■ alieu    law  biil   it   was   an
easy matter to gel across   tlie   line
to Rossland as there   was   a'   trail,
a road and a railway and  the  fare
was only $1.25.
"1 hired lo Mr. Geiser to work
in the Le Roi mine in Rossland at
$3.50 per day or .4.00 for shaft
work" said the witness. "Geiser
repeatedly told me that there was
no trouble up here and that thc
union men were going to work for
him."
The witness identified Cliff Bow-
en as Geisers' agent, who waseolioi-
ting men to come and work up
here. The start from linker (.ity
in a special car wilh some 40 other
miners was described. Geiser
Williams, Cassidy and Conde being all members of lhe parly.
Upon arriving at Northport
Bowen went through the car and
whispered lo each man:
"Follow Mr. Geiser and he will
take care of us all." On leaving
the train at the Smelter town Stevenson was told of the trouble existing at lhe smeller and al the
mines here, lie al once saw Geiser
and reproached him for deceiving
the men and asked him for $5 to go
south wiib. "I saiil to Geiser"
testified the witnesa "I don't think
you have used us right in this matter." "Oh! that's nothing" replied
Geisor. "Hit that fellow a jolt
in the neck it won't cost you anything I'll Bland by you. Hit him
good and   bard."
The man Geiser wauled mc to
bit was one who bad told us of the
trouhle at  the mines up here."
The   witnessed    added    that   be
asked Geiser a second time   for $5
to get back south and that Geiser
replied. "Take your time everything will be all be all right."
Stevenson described bis coming
to Rossland trying to get work
here.
In closing his evidence he said
very Innocently   to   Mr.   MaeNeill.
"No 1 did not see any doctor at
Northport. I never heard there
was any quarantine in lores atthat
plai o."
Mr. Daly subjected the witness
to a lengthy cross examination hut
Stevenson re-told the story already
given.
(Continued on Fourth page.) THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C, SEPTEMBER 4, 1001
The Evening World
Bv the World publishing Company.
Published dh lly ill Miners' Union hall. Ross
laud, tu the;iuterest of organized labor in Britlsi:
Columbia.
Hot-red at the Rossland, B. C. postoffice for
transmission throurt the mails, May 1,1901, a«
second claBs reading matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATKB-Fift. cents pel
month or $sfc» year, invariable in advance, Ad
ve-tluing    ratiis made known on   application
Address   all   communications1 to   lames II
Fletcher, Manager, V. O. box S5H, Rossland, 11. C
THE SITUATION.
The Rossland Miner of September
1st contains a double column article
on the situation, stating that "the
most important feature of the situation, as it presents itself at this
time, is tbe fact tbat a great deal
of cruel deception has been practiced by certain individuals, and
that they are open to censure for
such action," It continues, "Mr.
Macdonald, in order to demonstrate that his position was absolutely unassailable, took occasion
to publicly Btate that he would
wager a large sum of money as to
the authenticity of tbe news which
he gave the Miner authority to
publish."
We would ask in all sincerity,
what deception has been practiced?
The time will arrive in the not far
off future when what is popularly
termed in some circles, a "show
down," must bo called. The
World has too keen an appreciation of the situation, to endeavor
to appeal to the prejudices of any
class. It represents to some extent, the sentiments and feelings of
a large body of men who earn their
living by the sweat of their brow,
and are just as privileged to assert their rights, and tbe rights
and demands of labor, as those
who lay their backs up against a
bank account and presume to dictate terms. Man for man, we hold
that there is just as much intelligence, just as much reason, just as
much honest conviction amongst
the former as tho latter. The
World has a duty to perform, and
it will perform it, free from fear,
favor, or affection. We have deplored the spectacle of the frontispiece of a great institution,frenzied
with paBsion, nourishing a marked
check for $2500 and offering to
wager that amount that a gentleman largely interested in this city
was the "Greatest Liar" in Rossland. We care not on which side
thoBe who witnessed tbis outrage
on public decency, are arrayed:
We say, and say emphatically,
that the exhibition was a disgrace
to modern civilization, rendered
doubly disgraceful, by tbe fact that
Mr. Bernard Macdonald's newspaper, in cold type chronicles the incident. The World is convinced
that no member connected with
the Miners' union would desire
any violation of law and order,
and it will continue lo fight tbe battle of Rigbtagainst Wrong on these
principles, urgently counselling
all classes of the community to
assist in the struggle against Barney ism.
FAIRY STORIES.
The foolish statement in the
morning paper that Hon. C. H.
Mackintosh had nothing to do with
the purchase of the Le Roi mine by
tho B. A. C. is useful as indicating
how far Mr. Macdonald'B spite will
carry him, and how much roliance
may be placed upon any statement
made by him at the present time.
Taking the statement referred to
as a fair sample of tho reliability
of the daily proclamations appearing in Mr. Macdonald's newspaper,
the Rossland Miner, the public
will very easily be able to measure
exactly how much attention should
be paid to the equally foolish and
untruthful assertions that are being published under the personal
supervision of tbe Le Roi manager
concerning the progress of events
in Rossland and at Northport.
The fables told about the Whitaker Wright cables, the denial of
the daily "freeze ups" at the smel
ter, the assertion of the extreme
"richness" of the matte obtained of
late, the collapse of the strike and
the undoubted success of the scab
outfit headed by A. Geiser, of Oregon, can be all fairly estimated
now at their proper value.
The yarns are all rather stupidly
told and carry tbeir own contradiction on their face. They will
deceive no one in the long run, and
must inevitably recoil on their originator. Until the English investigation committee get to work
here, all sorts of fairy stories will
continue to appear every day. But
if Editor-in-Chief Macdonald cannot accomplish something better
than he basso far given us, he will
do but little real barm to tbe union
cause.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
We will be told shortly that
Henry Bratnober is Bernard Macdonald's best friend and that
Frecheville is an old school
mate.
The "scab" matte at the North-
port smelter recently ground, sacked and got ready for export was so
"rich" that the management unloaded it and will keep it on hand
to convince tbe English investigating committee of the success of
"our policy."
Woe is Rossland. Heretofore the
Rossland Miner has been content
with occasionally serving up its
editorials in double leaded form.
Now they are given the same sort
of pabulum in double column form
every day. With its other troubles
it is unfortunate that this should
be added to the list.— Phoenix Pioneer.
Great was the fall of Whitaker
Wright, and it looks as if would be
a good thing for Rossland. It is
too bad tbat Wright did not drop
out of sight some time ago.—Pioneer.
The New Zealand liar is having
a hard time of it explaining what
Premier Seddon didn't say about
the arbitration act.
Peach plums at $1.00 per box at
Paulson Bros.
NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS
CITY TAXES.
Notice is hereby given that the
time limit for paying MUNICIPAL
TAXES for the year 1901, in order
to receive the discount or rebate,
has been extended from August
31st, l'JOl, to October 31st, 1901.
By order.
Wm. McQueen,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Rossland, Aug. 29, 1901
The GRAND UNION HOTEL it is easily seen,
Is splendidly run by Proprietor Green;
Buy one glass of beer and a
free lunch you'll get,
Such as sometimes you've
heard o( but not often met.
Neat and clean furnished
rooms can always be had
At such low prices as will make
the workingman glad.
aa(oi.:Ave.   Geo. H- Green, Prop
J. Spell
man, Prop
Rossland Hotel
FineBt Wines, .Liquors and Cigars.
Certificate of Improvement!
"Haverhill  and Sunbeam Fraction
.Mineral Claims,  situate  in  the  Trail
Creek Mining Division of Weat Kootenay
District.
Where located: About two miles
south of Rossland, B. C.
Take notice, lhat I, F, A. Wilkin, acting as agent for Thomaa Lapslie, free
miner's certificate No. B s;820, intend,
sixty days from the data hereof, to apply
to the mining recorder for a certificate
of improvements, lor the purpose of ob
taining a crown grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before tbe issuance of such certificate ol
improvements.
Dated this ith day of July, A. ])., ] OOi.
F, A, WILKIN.
COLONIAL HOUSE. MONTREAL.        1
NEW CATALOGUED.
330 pages oi Illustrations and Prices.
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Ribbons and Laces
Prints
Smallwares
Dress Goods,
(Colored)
Cottons, Linens
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Mantles & Shawls
Millinery & Furs
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Dress Trimmings
Mourning Goods
Cloths"4 Tailoring
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Kitchenware
Hosiery
Dressmaking
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Muslins and Wools
Books & Stationery
Men's Furnishings
Lamps and
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Ladies' Boots
and Shoes
Readymade
Clothing
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Curtains and
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TAKE YOUR MEALS
IN A COOL PLACE.
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Is the Spot.   Everything First-
Class and Quick Service
at the
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Talk  about getting   a  Good
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Everything comfortable   nt   the t
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evening free. Good Wiue.Whisky 4
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Commercial
Printing
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west ami south to Roaaland, Nelson, and all intermediate jjoints, connecting at Spokane with
the Great Northern, Nor'hcia p«ct_c aud O. K.
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Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Ry. for Boundary Creek points.
Connects at Mevern falls with stage daily lor
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Northport.
EFFECTIVE MAY 5
Leave.
9:00 a. m.
12:25 a. m.
ij:i5 a. m.
Arrive.
Spokane 7:35 p. m.
Rossland.        4:10 p. nt.
Nelson. 7:15 p. tn.
H. A. JACKSON,
Qanerfti Passenger Agt,
Sjiokaue, Wash.
H. P. BROWN,
A_ent, Rosalaud. 11. C-
NOTICE!
TO any customers  who  patronized  us
all the time while they have been
at work, anil  especially  to  those   wilh
families, we beg to announce that we will
trust them to  all- the  goods  tjiey may
need during the strike and will wait for the pay
until they start to work  again  and   be  able  to
pay.   To those who need  other stuff, such   as
Groceries, etc, which wo do not carry, and  cai>
not get credit elsewhere, we will  give  them  orders, on which tbey can  get  all  they  want  nn,
our account  until   the   trouble   is   all Battled.
This is a bona fide offer, which fact can be readily proven when, occasion   makes  it  necessary.
THE PEOPLES' STORE
CLIFTON   CORNER.
U. DANNETT
'HE BOOT AND SKOE WORKERS' UNION STAMP
Is used by THE J. D. KING CO., Limited, upon all
tbeir manufacture of Boots and Shoes. No strikes, cessation
of work or labor difficulties promote the highest possible pro-
iuction of perfect workmanship.   In thus consulting the Interests
nf the consumer we urge that you DEMAND
The J. D. KING CO.'S
UNION MADE SHOES
A PLAIN STATEMENT.
The Facts of the Case as Presented by the Executive Committee of Rossland Miners' Union,
No. 38, W. F. M.
For Fursther Particulars apply to
A. C. McArthur, Depot Agt.
A. B. MACKENZIE, City Agt
Rossland, B. C.
J. 8. CARTER, D. P. A.
Nelson, B. O.
E. J. Coyle A. G. P. A.
Vancover, B. C
ossland, B. C, July 12th, 1901.
To the Citizens and Business Men of Rossland and Vicinity and to thc General Public .-
The business and social interests of a community are so closely interwoven in a community like ossland, that any dispute among the industrial elements forming the social
structure, is often more disastrous to the business or non-eombattant class around which
the labor'and capital elements revolve, than to the actual combattants themselves. Thus
both labor and capital are morally obligated to strive; to adjust their disputes, to protect
the social structure of which they are separate parts.
For this reason this union deems it well to make a careful statement of all the reasons
leading us to precipitate this industrial strife at this time. Since the agreement between the
big corporations of Rossland and Rossland Miners'Union in April, 1900, this city has apparently enjoyed industrial peace ; yet all who are conversant with the industrial affairs of
Rossland for the past fifteen months know there has been a secret warfare waged against
this Miners' Union, which has been nearly as destructive to the business interests of the
community as an open struggle between the two industrial forces, and worse in that there is
no apparent end to be seen.
We have given long and careful consideration to this matter and have reached the
conclusion that the foundation of the trouble rests on the fact that nearly one-half of the
employees in the mines ol this community receive about 20 per cent less wages than the
same class of labor in surrounding camps, many of which camps have a lower grade of ore
and are less favorably situated than Rossland. We believe that it is to continue to enforce
this unjust scale of wages that so many annoying practices have been introduced to undermine the prestige of this : 1: •;   J 1 > 1    of Rossland.
First.—An annoying system of espionage and blacklisting by which many of our
ablest members have been compelled to seek employment in other localities, although of
unquestioned ability in their trade.
Second—Hy revoking a time honored privilege of the Secretary being allowed to
solicit members among the non-union employees of the companies who might be off duty on
the premises of the companies, a privilege guaranteed us by the last half of Article 15 of
the agreement of April, 1900; thus preventing us from refilling our ranks depleted by loss
of members compelled to seek employment in other fields.
Third.—By connection with bogus employment agencies seeking to flood the overcrowded labor market with cheap foreign labor.
Finally.—By the largest corporation in this vicinity openly seeking and striving to
crush a sister union at Northport, Wash.
We believe all these efforts are mainly to enforce this unjust scale of wages and to
prevent all efforts towards an increase. Therefore we have fully resolved that there can be
no industrial peace in Rossland and vicinity until this wage question is finally and satisfactorily settled. Then will this fair city enjoy the prosperity for which nature has so
evidently intended it.
For this result we ask the moral aid and support of the many diverse bodies making
he general public of this  city.
Especially we ask your aid in maintaining order, without which we cannot succeed.
There can be no permanent settlement but a just settlement, and to this end we will
use all our power as an organization, and all the assistance of the Western Federation of
Miners.
We have right on our side and must surely win.
EXECUTIVE BOARD
ROSSLAND MI    ERS'  UNTO No. 38, W. F. M THE EVENING WORLD. ROSSLAND, B. C, SEPTEMBER 4, 1901
WARRIOR CHIEF
A Heap Bad Medicine M'n
After Scalp Locks.
HIS CRY "CHAS-MACK-HA-HA'
Sometimes Called Almighty Voice,
at Others Known as "Denis" -No
Good as an Editor.
That eminent authority on the
Ked Man of the West, General
Warren once remarked that "Some
Chiefs ure good Injuns, while others
are beBt suited for cigar store signs."
The big chief of today may tomorrow be laid beside tbe bonnie bier
bush, with his scalp lock dangling
from the belt of his enemy. When
the chief is persona-grato, at the
big wickieup,be iscalled "Almighty
Voice," when otherwise, "Denis."
The chief when on the warpath
has a great penchant for Boiups and
the toupee of a rival chief Blleth
hia heart with much gladness.
When the mining chief loaveth
the trail to the refractory ore dump
and tackleth the broad one which
leadeth to life infernal and tlie editorial sanctum, then doth lie make
the error of his liie and is dubbed
a bad medicine man.
To the big medicine man, who
hath pale pills to trade off to pink
people, the newspaper bringeth
much meat and many skins, but
when tlie mining chief tackleth it
as an investment and an implement wherewith to boost himself,
then are the potlatch days of the
mining chief numbered.
The warrior chief goetli forth to
battle with his Thomas Hawk and
brandisheth his scalp collection.
His charger is usually of pure
Arabic blood, and of exceeding high
grade mettle. The mining chief
looketh for trouble on the hoop,
und brandisheth the big marked
cheque. His battle cry is "Chas-
iuack-ha-ha"' which meaneth, put
up, or shut up!" and if his rival
faileth to cover then is he considered vanquished. In the west
this is a favorite way of settling
such vexed  questions   as   "who is
the biggest   liar," etc.,   and much
good blood is saved thereby.
Either Shakespeare or Sandy
Dick once stated at a Labor Day
picnic, that the pen was mightier
than the sword." Another philosopher present named Joshua Billings contended that an old cheese
was mite-ier than either, but the
mining chief claims that a big
marked cheque is the mightieth
weapon of modern times. It is,
however, much harder to get than
the other weapons. Moral: "A
marked cheque is much more dignified looking than a vulgar wad."
Tii is is a good time to put up
crab apples. We have lots of them
at a low price.    Puulson Bros.
BOUNDARY OUTPUT.
Combluttd Ore Slilpiuentu  Now   Amount
to 237,451 Tom.
The following details given by
the Pioneer show the ore output
from the boundary district this
past week and year to date.
The   week's shipments   are   as
follows:
Old Ironsides Knob Hill and
Victoria 3118
B.  C  640
Winnipeg     70
Snowshoe     70
Sunset  250
No. 7 Central     CO
Total 4208
For this year up to Aug. 31 the
shipments are as follows:
Old Ironsiibs group 140,887
B. C. mine  32,171!
Winnipeg        110
Athelstan        550
Snowshoe       4 15
R. Bell        560
Mother Lode  55,211
Sunset       500
No. 7 Central       205
Sundry shipments        5G0
Total tons 237,251
For Sale—Cash register cheap
Wm. Hartley, phone V. and N
171. tf.
For Rent—Three-room furnished house with city water. Apply
to J. -L. Whitney & Co.
If you  want nice  table apples,
we have them.   Paulson Bros.
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Seals and
Rubber
Stamps
Manufactured to Order on Short
Notice at the World office,
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Labor Union Directory.
Offiicers and Meetings.
WESTERN FEDERATION
OF 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 Bowtlen,Butte,
Mont,; Thos. B. Sullivan,
Leadvilie, 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.
MINERS' UNION Mo. .6.
Western Federation of
miners—meets every Wednesday evening at 7.30, p.
m. in Miners' Union Hall.,
Frank Woodside, Secretary
Rupert  Bulmer,  President.
NEW DENVER MINEPS
Union No. q7, W. F. M.
Meets every Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Union
hall. T. J. Lloyd, 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.
James W. Barry, Pres., |no.
Riordan, Sec.
YMIR MINERS UNION
No. 85, W. F. M., meets
every Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock in Miners' Union hall. Joseph Petre.Pres.,
Alfred Parr, Sec.
SLOCAN CITY MINERS
Union No. 62, W, F. M.
Meets every Wednesday
evening at 7 o'clock in Miners' Union hall. S. B. Clements, Sec, J, V. Purviance,
Pres.
#^*#i#**#t*#*##*##t**tttttt
TRADES AND LABOR
COUNCIL—Meets every second and fourth Tuesday in
each month at 7.30 P. M, in
Miners' Union Hall. President, Arthur Ferris. Ad
dress all communications to
Secretary-Treasurer, P. O.
box 784.
ROSSLAND FEDERAL
Labor Union No. 19. Meets
every Monday evening at
8:00 in Miners' Union hall.
T. H. Reed, Pres., J. V. Ingram, Sec.
TYPOGRAPHICAL      UN-(
ION  No. 335,—Meets on the.
last Sunday of each month;
at the  Miners' Union Hall.1
JJ Barkdoll,    Sec;     Wm.
Poole, Presid
CARPENTERS    &    JOINERS   UNION—meets every
Friday of each week at 7.
30 p.m.  in   Miners'  Union
Hall.   W. H. Wooley.Prcs.;
W. R. Baker, Sec.
PAINTERS' UNION, No.
123, painters and decorators
of America,meets in Beatty's
Hall, on second and foprth
Tuesday of each month. R.
C. Arthur, Pres.; W. S.
Murphy, Sec.
JOURNEYMEN TAILORS
Union of America. Meets
first Monday in each month
in Miners' Union hall. S.
Graham president, L. A.
Fairclough secretary, P. O.
box 314.
NEWSBOYS' UNION, No 3
—meet in Miners' Union
Hall on the first and third
Saturdays of each month,
at 9 a.m. .Mike Guydotti,
Pres.
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:FOR THE=
[EVENING
WORLDl
It is the Official Organ of Organized   Labor   throughout
the Kootenays  and  no
home   is   complete
without it.
50 - Cents - 50
PER MONTH
is the price asked, this surely
being within the reach of all.
THOSE  WHO  DO  ADVERTISING
Should not forget that the only way
to reach the People is through
the columns of the
Evening World
JOB  WORK.
Iii tliis branch of our business we do
everything   from  a visilii.o- card
to a throe-sheet poster.
WE ALSO MAKE
RUBBER - STAMPS - AND - SEALS
Give Us a Call
I THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C., SEPTEMBER 4, 1901.
STOCK MARKETS
Over Seven Thousand Sold
Today.
PRICES KEEP UP VERY WELL
Rambler-Cariboo at 50c and Centre
Star at 335c—Latest Sales
and Quotations.
Rambler-Cariboo showed more
strength today, '2000 shares soiling
at 50c. CentreStar also keeps in
line around 33c, but it is not known
who is supporting it. Iron Mask
is quoted around 18c and there was
a sale of 500 shares at tbat  figure.
In the east prices remain aboul.
the same and the sales were few
and of no interest here.
Appended will be found today's
quotations and sales here and in
Toronto.
Today's Toronto Quotations.
Asked Bid
War Eagle        14?i 14
CeutreStar       35 3:i>_
IronMask        19 10
Rambler-Cariboo        60 48
Giant       4
California        5!^ 4
Republic       4'i 3I_
Payne        17 15
f Toronto sales today included:
1500 Payne at 16c, 1000 Republic
at 4c, 1000 Deer Trail at. 3c.
Today's Local Quotations:
Asked Bid
Abe Llncolu  4
American Boy      io 8}j
Athabasca $ 4 oo
B. C. Gold Fields  3
Big Three  2%
Black Tail  II 10
Braudon & Golden Crowu  3
California  6 3V.
Canadian Gold Hields  sl_       4!,
Cariboo (Camp McKinney)  37 24
CentreStar  35 3'
Crows Nest Pass Coal $Xo 00   $62 00
Deer Trail No. 3  3 2);
Dundee	
Evening Star (Assess, paid)  5
Giant  lj_        tA
Uomestake (Assess, paid)  3 1
Iron Mask (Assess, paid)  20 12
Iro   Colt  1
IX _,  20
_j»ltree  Gold Mines $ 5 00   $ 4 50
iumbo  10
'.tug (Oro Deuoro)  iA        4
Knob   Ul  60 50
Lone P ne  7Y4        7
Monte Christo  3 1
Montreal Gold Hields  3A       2
Morning Glory  3A        2M
Morrison  iA        lA
Mount.tin 1.1011  31 2.
Noble Hive....  10)4 .
North star (Kast Kootenay]  5s 45
Novelty  iY, y,
Old Ironsides  85 75
Payne  17 J2
Peoria Mines  A
Princess M-1 nd  2 ty,
QlllJp  25 In
Knmliler-Carlboo  .si 4)
Republic  1. 4
Kossland Bonanza G. M. & S. Co. 3
St. Hllno Consolidated  2_V
Sutlivau  nl_ toy,
Tamarac (Kenneth) Assess, paid. 3 I),
Tom Thumb  13A Hj_
Van Anda  s i)_
Virginia  3
War Kagle Consolidated  14 it
Waterloo  1 Y,
While Bear  3 ljs
Winnipeg  iY. 2_,
Today's Sales:
Rambler - Cariboo,     1000,.  50c;
Centre Star, 1000, 33Jo; Sullivan,
1000, lie; Winnipeg, 1000, .'!.]<:;
Iron Mask, 500, 18o; Deer Trail,
2000, 3c.    Total sales, 7500 shares.
MINOR   MENTION.
The usual weekly meeting of the
W. C. T. U. was held at Mrs. Scho-
field's yesterday afternoon at 2:30.
There was a good attendance.
B. Bannett left for Fernie tbis
afternoon to open a branch store at
that point.
Bernard Macdonald  was at the
Northport smelter   all   yesterday
and today. He returned this afternoon.
Mrs. George Owen has returned
from a holiday trip to Vancouver
and other coast cities.
Nelson defeated Kossland at the
rille range on Labor Day by a score
of 578 to 502.
Furlong and Martin of Rossland
won the boys' heavy-weight drilling
contest at I'lioenix on Monday, and
GuidoHi and De Mtith alsoof Rossland, the boys' light-weight drilling. '
Eric Stevenson won first money
at Phoenix on Labor Day for single
drilling with 13^ inches, Mike
Burns came second witli 12J inches.
Time, 10 minutes, and Si inch
steel used.
City Solicitor Abbott has returned from a vacation at the coast.
G. H. Bayne is back from a visit
to Halcyon Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Daniel have
returned from their wedding trip
and have taken up their new residence on Victoria and Davis streets
THE CITY
COUNCIL
GEISER'S   CASEi!azors! Razof strops
Shaving Brushes!
(Continued from First page.)
Bernard Macdonald was again
called but failed to respond. It
waB stated that the subpoena had
been left at his residence yesterday
while be was away at Northport
and that he had not returned but
would lie on band tomorrow. After putting in some American law
on tho subject Mr. MaeNeill suggested a postponment until tomorrow in order lo obtain Mr. Mao-
donald's evidence and the case wan
accordingly adjourned until 10.80
tomorrow when the evidence will
be continued.
HAWKINS WINS.!
Oct.-ui*   Denny in   Six   Rounds—Only n
Fair AttemlitiK'e.
It just took six rounds for Dal
Hawkins to defeat. Martin Denny
and win the $500 purse at Phoenix
on Labor Day.
Denny made a game fight but
was never really in it from the
start. He was nearly finished at
the end of the fifth round and was
only saved by the gong.
In the sixth round Hawkins put
his opponent to sleep by a clean
right handed blow full on the jaw
and the light was over. The contest
was the fastest and best ever seen
in the Boundary country.
Shaving Mugs!
A large v.iricty; best quality ; standard EDLrlish antl  Aniericuo niaktrs,
Genuine Witch Hazel, Toilet Waters
and Shaving Creams.
Goodeve   Bros.
Druggists and Stationers.
It p.tys to denl wilh Uooileve r.ros
Ki \ Vs 1>     Rnssi.^ND LOOOHNO at,
, V. T   I   •  K. oi P., meets every Friday
night al 8 o'clock in odd Bellow's hull, Queen
street.   Visit.ns brothers me always welcome
Hahkv Mamtin, C. C.
I'ROCTKK JOINKR,   K. Ol tf. anil S
1?      (*\      T?     FKATl.KNAT,   Ol.Dl.R    OH
1 .   V/»   Vj* i-;ac;i,ks,   Kosstaud  Aerie,
No. io, Regular meetings tvtry Thursday even-
tigs, 8 p. tu, Bagles Hall, Miners' Union Bldg.
Thos. FItsmaurice, W. P,
II, Daniel, W. Secretary,
If-v   fi   rp      Independent OriUrj ot Good
• \J.vJ» I •   Templars     meets     every
Thursday Eveuingin trie Lecture Room ot the
Baptist church      Members ot lhe older visiting
tlie city will he cordially welcomed.
O. J. B, LANK, W. H, CRBITZ,
C. I. Secretary,
IO   (\   IT      Meets in Odd   Fellows  Hall
• \_/tV/»J   •    otf   Queen    Street,   between
First and Secord avenues-    Regular meetings
each Monday ulght.    VtslUug hiothtrs are cor
ilea to nttend and register wit hi u 30
M. b Bridgiord, N. G
ilially lUV
days!
W.S. Murphy, rice,
P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE    MARKETS
Rossland, Nejson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke,Green-
wood, Grand Forks .and Vancouver.
RETAIL   MARKETS-Rossland, Trail,   Nelson,  Ymir,  Kaslo
Sandon, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade Cily, 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
I——BSM 1 ——
ALL   KINDS   OF   DRY
W. F. LINGLE
Ollice at City Bakery
Phono 149.
The Eveni 112: World
50c per Month by Carrier.
Cliff Hotel Bar
\V. Columbia avenue.
Finest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars.
IMPORTED  GOODS A SPECIALTY
Albert Thompson, Prop.
Rossland Cigar Factory.
Why not patronize a home in-
dutsry? It will assist Union labor
and keep the money al homo. Auk
for a Crown Grant or W. B. Cigar
when you buy.
Collis & Co., for line commercial p lit
ing}   Coll up 'plione S8. If
A Short and Uninteresting
Session-Accounts Ordered to Be Paid.
Fok Rent—Three-room fi:rnish-
ed house with city water. Ajiply
to J. L. Whitney & Co.
Get Your Paper*
■nd magazines at the PoBtoffice New
Stand. A (ull line of stationery alway
on hand. Agency for the Evening
World
J L. Whitney & Co.
MINING   BROKERS.
II. C. and Washington Stocks a Bpecialty
47 Columbia avenue.
ESTABLISHED 1806
The Reddin-Jackson Co.
__l____t»d.   X.lB.'taUltjr
STOCK BROKERS
Money Loaned on  Real Estate.
Riehard Plewman
Stock   Broker
Bank of Montreal Building
V. & N. Phone Ba
There was a short and uninteresting session of the city council
last evening. Alderman Holt was
the only absentee.
The lire, water and light committee recommended accounts for
payment totalling $(179.1)!), and the
board of works sent, on another
batch of accounts for $325.49, making a total of $1004.48. There-
ports of both committees were adopted by the council without discussion.
The principal items in the accounts were John Dunlop balance
(ire ball $161.06 street pay roll
No. 36, .93.00, water works pay
roll Nos. 35 and 36, $09.00 and
$81.80, West Kootenay Power and
Light company, $199.00 and Rossland Water and Light company
$45.35.
The city clerk was instructed to
take the necessary steps to move
the light from the corner of Nevada
and Columbia avenue to the corner of Monita and Columbia avenue.
SI mill AHltle.
Some genial bangers on of "I-
bet-you-Mao"—some of the little
bdlows—were disturbed yesterday
by receiving a neatly written card
which simply said "Wright we
know, and Harney wo know, but
who are ye." A hurried persual
of "quotations" in the standard
dictionary lias failed to solve the
problem, lietter try a sky pilot—
he will explain tbe matter and ils
application.
Curd of Tlitanks,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Coffin wish
to publicly Return their thanks to
the many kind friends who lout
their aid during the illness and
death of their little son, and for
many beautiful floral tributes presented,     __
Hull IleHlgneit.
lli'puiring tho l.ini'.
.Several gangs of bridge carpenters haye started to work to
strengthen and repair the different
trestles between Nelson and Hossland.
Will Shoot all Troops.
London, Aug. 4.—DeWethas issued a proclamation, says a dispatch to the Daily Mail from Capetown, "that he will shoot all British troops found in the Orange
BiverColony after September 15th."
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
KOOTKNAV.
J. A. Armstrong, city.
Mrs. M. B. O'rowellj Spokane.
Ed. Jacobson, New York.
J. A. Herron, Spakane.
T. Stewart, London.
Carl Jones, Onandaga Mine.
H. Clymopt, Comaplix.
GAN?
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is a new town on the railway now under construction  from   Marcus  to   Grand  Forks,   Republic
Midway and Pnoenix.
For Sale—Cash register cheap
Wm. Hartley, phone V. and N
171. tf.
ORDE & CO.,
Mining Stocks, Real
Estate, Fire Life and
Abcident Insurance	
i_6 0ol. Ave., Opal block. Telephone 6i
Provincial Secretary's Office.
His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in
Council has bei-n pleased  to  in:ikc the
lollowing appoinlinen' :—
27th Atigust. 1901.
John E. llooson, of tlm Cily of  Kossland, Esqtlire, Chiel Clerk in  lhe ollice
of the Government Ag^nt, io peiforon
the duties of the un'ler-mcniioned offices,
daring the absence upon leave of Mr.
John Kirkup, a. M., namely:—
Government Agent,
Colleclur ol Voles,
Cold Commissioner, and
Ansessor and Collector.
MORGAN
is situated on Kettle  Elver,   half way between
Marcus and Cascade.
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MORGAN
is an ideal townsite in that it has a large mining
district and a big agricultural, stock and  fruit
raising country tributary to it.
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has no rivals and will be   the largest  town  between Spokane and Grand Forks.
11 fl V) O A _kl is t^ie slliPPinS point ior the great First Thought
If I (J IIU ft II  mine, which is developed by 1900  feet of tunnels
and shafts, and has over $1,000,000 worth of ore in sight.
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MORGAN
is the headquarters for the Pierre Lake and Flat
Creek mining districts which contain more partially developed mines and prospects showing bodies of sulphide
ores averaging over $10 a ton than any similar area in the northwest
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Rev. H. S. Akehurst, the Rector
of St. Saviour's church, Nelson,
has resigned his charge. He says
he did not have the support of his
parishoners. Thc reverend gentleman has been stationed at Nelson for the past eight years and
his resignation has caused some
excitement.
Have You...
Headache ?
EDGAR'S HEADACHE WAFERS
Are tho ones that always cure.    They
are carefully  compounded and selected (rom the purest drufcs.
They do  not contain  anything injurious and may
he taken by the most
delicate     with
perfect
safety.
We also have the sume  remedy
in powders, preeared by the
Hossland Drug Go.
JOHN H. LINES,  Man.
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