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THE EVENING WORLD
Vol. II, No. 34
ROSSLAND, B. C„ TUESDAY, JUNE io, 1902.
Price Five Cents.
1 ^areJaMn^ REDUCTION   SALE 1
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r: Of Women's and Children's Tan and 3
*t Chocolate Colored Shoes. 3
Do not buy without having a look at our goods,  for we have
the best   and  cheapest  footwear  in  the  city  of  Rossland.
The
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;MannlOHadies' Tan Shoes
Made In Kibo Kid,
Brown Kibo Calf, and
Box Calf.
Hand-sewed welt,
extension edge, low
custom heel.
Our complete stock of these goods
AT COST..
AND LESS
to clear.     Sec our window.     Big
cut in all lineB of Oxford   Ties.
oxfords w.F. McNeill
Opposite the Crc3cent.
Nasturtium...
Pansy	
Sweet Pea. . .
R New Lot.
i O. M. FOX & CO., S i
liUUiiUiiiiitiUiUiitiUiUiitieiiU^iUiUiiiiUiUiUiiiiUiUiU^
I Pratt's Poultry Food 1
I   uumNTEED EGG PRODUCER,   I
| The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.Kl.Tn |
j?s Sole Agents for Rossland. qQ
Practical Lock and Gun-
emith,Key Fitting,Sew-
ing   Machines   and
' Typewriters   Repaired.
n.ngton St., Op. Allan Hotel,
Sewing Machine Supplies
Musical Instruments Repaired
. on short notice.
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEE!
Anaconda Saloon,
Cor.   rokane and First.
McPhee & McDonell,  - Proprs.
Fine Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
Phone 164.
We make a speciality of family trade
at the intern slinnal Family Liquor Store
Paulson Brothers,
GROCERS.
Fresh
Green
Vegetables
Received Daily.
*************************j
J. W. Jordan
Still at thf old stand, corner
St Paul St. and Co umbia
Ave .doing business as u ual
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Pictures,
Mouldings, Go Carts and
Baby Carriages. «*«*««««
Goods sold on installment
system Undertaking carried on as usual	
********* *****************
WE, US & GO.
Why the Citizens Have Not
Been Canvassed.
THE TENDERFOOT FINANCIERS
Excellent Prospects for the Coronation Festivities—Tonight's
Meeting,
Briar Pipe and Box of Cigars
The above are two prizes offered by
THE DOMINION BOWLING ALLEY
for the two highest scores made
between Hay 20 end June 30.
Everybody  Welcome to Compete
PAULSON BROS.,'.
Washington Bt, aad First Ate
DO YOU SMOKE?
If so, why not smoke a good cigar? Try a
W. B. or a
Crown Grant.
You will not be disappointed. Union made
A joint meeting of the general
and finance committees on the
Coronation day celebration is called for this evening at 8 o'clock in
the library building of the fireball.
The purpoBe is to get down to
business at once and get round
and make an active canvass
of the oity to see what money can
be raised, and then instantly to
send out one or more men and as
actively placard the whole Kootenay country with posters and bills
notifying the surrounding districts of the fact that Rossland is
waking from its lethargy and
will celebrate in its old hospitable
and warmhearted fashion.
The cause of this meeting is that
too much (ime haB wasted already
in preliminaries. Last night knots
of excited citizens could be seen
scattered all along Columbia avenue discussing in no measured
terms the action of one or two
would be 'Its" who thought they
were the whole committee themselves and without consulting their
colleagues or even the chairman of
the general committee had declared that the whole ce'ebration
should be cut down to a miserly
$600 or $700 and make the affair
a local one. No canvass had been
made of the city, one or two gentlemen had been seen who threw
cold water on the scheme, and that
was to be the end of it.
It cannot be too emphatically
Baid that either the Coronation
day festivities have got to be worthy
of the city or that they should be
dropped altogether. Rossland is
no village. It is the centre of the
most important mining districts
in the Kootenays. The citizen
who does not recognize that fact
has no place on a celebration committee and further his fellow
townsmen would not miss him from
hiB seat in their councils.
The sum proposed by the general committee, $1200 is a very
very conservative amount and not
one cent too much for what will be
needed to do things properly. In
fact it is too little and more Bhould
be raised and a longer program
drafted. It is all nonsence to say
that the money cannot be raised.
When the proposed Sunnyside
races were to be had three or four
merchants in the city had already
promised to subscribe $100 apiece.
When the late banquet was got
up 80 gentlemen found no trouble
in finding 15 each and raising a
sum of $400. There is not one of
those merchants, not one of those
gentlemen who would not dig up
an equal amount at least for an
objeot whioh is for the benefit of the
whole community. ...There is no
doubt that the mineB would at least
equal in the present their past munificence. The managers are practically the same and are imbued
with the same spirit. They tell
ub that RoBsland is entering upon
an unprecedented era of prosperity and the World underscores
their statement and doubly underscores it. There is absolutely no
reason for any mean spiritedness
about the matter. It is either a
question of hundreds of Rosslanders spending $10 and $15 outside
this town at Grand  Forks or Nel
son, or at least an equal number of
Grand Forks, Nelson, Trail and
the citizens spending ' an equal
amount here. The money raised
for the purpose will be spent in
the city and for every dollar so expended two, three and five dollars
will be spent in this town by the
visitors.
The general committee has done
its part well and it is up to the
finance committee to do as well.
If they can not hold up their end
let the general committee appoint
four canvasBsers, good men and
capable who will do the trick
while the others are dreaming
about it and getting discouraged
at the first moan of the first belly-
aoher they happen to drop   across.
The World could nominate four
men who would raise the beggarly
$1200 wanted in three days.
Fresh Brook and Lake Trout  at the
B. C. Market, Columbia avenue.
CUNARD  LINERS
Form the Point of Attack
Today.
ALL BRITISH SHIPPING COMDINE
Canada is Thoroughly in Sympathy
—Gerald  Balfour   is
Working,
guineas and £100, highest
scorer in any navy or marine.
Buchanan Cup, value 25 guineas;
highest scorer in volunteers.
Gale and Polker Cup, value 25
guineas, highest scorer among
civilians.
Daily Express Cup, value 25
guineas, higest scorer from the colonies.   '
London and Rider Cup, value
25 guineas; highest retired volunteer scorer.
Cash prizes £161 to £822. All
cups in the coronation championships are to be won outright, and
the total value of the competition
is £1072, or next in value to the
King's Five hundred and twenty-
six pounds of the money prizes is
contributed by the London Stock
Exchance. The distances are 200,
300 and 600 yards; seven shots at
each distance. Entries olose June
23rd.
MORE  JOBBERY
The Pacific and Omineca
Railway Co.
WELLS GIVES AWAY MINISTRY
Attack by Smith Curtis Upon
Government Land
Grants.
the
London, June 10.—There is still
no definite information here respecting the formation of a British
shipping combination with the
Cunard line as the central and
strongest link. Canadian officials
are sanguine in their forecasts of
the ultimate success of the movement, and Lord Strathcona is zealously supporting it, but it is not yet
clear whether the Admiralty and
the Board of Trade will commit
themselves to the policy of paying
subsidies on a greatly enlarged
scale.
Sir Christopher Furness and other shipowners are making strenuous
effortB to induce the Cunard Company to break off negotiations with
Mr. Morgan and to assume the
leadership in national shipping interests, but neither are the elements
for a powerful combination yet in
sight, nor has an organizer of sufficient force been discovered for a
determined fight in defence of British maritime interests.
The co-operation of the Dominion
Government is confidently predicted
by Canadian officials if the British
government will pledge itself to
take up in earnest the cause of an
independent commercial marine.
Mr. Gerald Balfour is displaying
more interest in the matter than
Lord Selborne.
THE BISLEY
PRIZES
Special Prizes Which Will
Mark the Coronation
Year.
POSTACEJATES
Undue Leniency of Canadian Government.
PRECLUDESGENERALREDUCTION
How Newspaper Rates are   Being
•   Monopolized   by  Trade
Journals.
Victoria, June 7.—In a debate
upon the railway Mr. Curtis attacked the provision that the contract should be made only with the
Pacific & Omineca railway company without any security being
put up. He thought that the line
with the Coast-Kootenay was the
most important before the House,
and he coupled with those two the
Alberni railway.
If the Island railway were prolonged to the north end of the Island and the road built from Kiti-
maat to Hazelton, it would do
more for Victoria than that from
Bute Inlet to Yellowhead Pass.
Yet how inconsistent was the
government's position! It had
clapped a reserve on all the land
from Kitimaat to Hazelton, thus
shutting out the settlers whose industry would create trade for the
railways. It had been locked up
for the purpose of giving these
lands to railway grafters and speculators, who would put up money
for elections.
Already Messrs. McKenzie &
Mann had got a big block on Kitimaat Arm. Why was that land
locked up? He knew positively
that it was for the purpose of giving that land to railway speculators as soon as the government
could get enough support in the
House to give it away.
Hon. Mr. Wells said that on the
contrary it was locked up for railway purposes and to keep out speculators.
Mr. CurtiB replied that was the
very confession tbat the lands were
for railway purposes. Yet there
were men in the House who were
opposed to land grants, and were
yet abetting the Government in
this course.
Ottawa, June 10.—The Post
Office department is determined
that no opportunity shall be given
to American newspapers and periodicals, publishers of trade journals and issuers of circulars to
take advantage of the Canadian
postal rates by sending their packages over to Canada to beremailed
into the United States and save the
larger rate of postage imposed by
the United States postal authorities.
The United States authorities recently discovered that large quantities of circulars were mailed from
England to thousands of addresses
in the United States, taking advantage of the low rate for circulars
posted in England in contrast with
the high rate imposed by the
United States.
All attempts to gain advantage
of the Canadian postal rates are
aggravated by the information that
some American trade journal purpose either printing editions in
Canada or sending editions for
Canadian publication in bulk to
Canada bo as to take advantage of
the newspaper rate granted to newspapers in the Dominion.
A prominent publisher in discussing the matter today claims that
daily and weekly newspapers of
Canada were deprived of a large
amount of revenue by the trade
journals which claim to send the
announcements of advertisers direct
to the customers, the argument
used by the trade journal being
that it could afford to do the work
because it was enabled to take advantage of the daily newspaper
rate. This gentleman spoke of at
least seven publications in Canada,
weighing from eight to twelve
'ounces, sent out by the ton
every month at the newspaper rate,
and that he was astonished that
the department should not follow
the rates adopted in England and
the United States, shutting out
such publications from the advantage of the newspaper rate.
Before you get that new spring suit*
come and see ns! we know that we can
please you, both in price and quality of
jjoods. Comerford & Cameron the leading tailors.
A  GRAND  PRESENTATION
Ceremony at thu Usual Weekly Meeting of the Odd Fellow*.
ANOTHER ORGANIZED BODY-
The revised program for the
Bisley rifle meeting has been received at Ottawa.
The King's prize will consist of
600 cash prizes, amounting to a
sum of /.'2420, and the St. George's,
28 prizes, aggregating £950. These
prizes are of the usual value, but
the special donations to mark the
coronation year have been arranged in a series of prizes as fol-
Coronation prize, 1st price, 25
guineas;   Fletcher's   trophy,   50
Th* Carpenters and Joiner* of Kamloops Form an Union.
The Carpenters and Joiners of
Kamloops have formed themselves
into an organized body which will
hereafter be known as the Carpenters and Joiners Union, No. 1, of
Kamloops. The first president
elected is J. H. Vautin and the
Becretary A. C. Taylor. Vautin is
an old time Rosslander and was
very popular during his sojourn
here.
At the usual wgekly meeting of
the Odd Fellows laBt evening a
presentation was made to Past
Grand D. Whiteside. Phoenix
lodge No. 46 of which Mr. Whiteside waB Grand officer," Bent over
to the Rossland lodge, No. 36, a
Past Grand collar which was presented to   Past   Grand  Whiteside
it evening.
PaBt Grand Whiieside haB made
himself popular not only in the
Boundary but also in Rossland
and the investiture of the Past
Grand collar was a ceremony
which was heartily appreciated by
his brother Odd Fellows in this
city.
For rent—A four room furnished
house, for $13, including water.
Apply at this office. THEEVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C, JUNE to, iqoi
The Evening World
By the World*,PttbliBhing Company.
Published daily at 120 K. Co'umbla. Ave.. Rossland, in the interest of organized labor in British
Columbia. "
Entered at the Rossland, B. C. postoffice for
transmission through the mails, May 1,1901, as
second class.readlng matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATKS-Fifty cents pel
month or $5 00 year, invariable in advance, Ad
ye-tising   rates made known on  application
Address   all   communications   to   Tames H.
Fletcher, Manager, P. O. box 902, Rossland, B. C
KRUUKR'S FATE.
None could wish him a worBe
fate. Three years ago Oom Paul
Kruger was president of the Transvaal with vaBt possibilities for good
or ill. He regarded himself as an
interpreter of the Divine will and
precipitated a conllict which has
ended with the loss of the state's
independence; the homes of his
people largely devastated wilh
Rachaels weeping for husbands and
sons who will never return; hi-i
own sons deprived of the franchise
in the land of their birth; the wife
of his youth laid to rest to await
the unfolding of the myBteries of
time in the light of eternity, and
himself an exile in a strange land,
not allowed a voice in the councils
that determined the future of his
former kingdom, awakened from
his slumbers to learn the news of
the peace which disturbed 1U
quiet and extorted the cry: ' M/
God, it is impossible!" What
enemy would add a drop of bitterness to that cup!—Ottawa Citizen.
some time or another and that
when it springs into existence there
was already in the iield two other
parties. Then what becomes of
axiom that third parties cannot exist? The solution is simple. The
experience of the past Bhows that
either the new party swallows one
of the old oneB or that the new
party stands alone and the old
parties fuse together. The first
was the case when the Whig party
of England, at the close of the
seventeenth century, swallowed the
l'uritans of the Commonwealth
while Uiu old Royalists merely altered their name to Tory. The
latter was the case when the Grits
of Canada sprang into existence
and the Liberal Conservative party,
a fusion, was formed. Practically
today the Populists have been
swallowed by the older party, the
Democrats, in the United States,
but not without a great alteration
for the better in that " historic"
party.
Whether the future of the Progressives will be enrollment in tho
ranks of either the Liberal Conservatives or the Conservative Liberals, whether the Grits will be Bwal-
lowed by the new party or the reverse, or whether the Liberal Con
servatives once more open their
arms and welcome inr the more
conservative of their pretended
political opponents, time alone will
show. One thing is certain and
that is that Trades Unions are going into politics or going out of
existence.
were also putting the cabins in repair to accommodate the men to
be employed at the mine. Tbe
trail was found pretty clear of snow
but considerable work had to be
performed in cutting out fallen
trees. Pack animals can now be
taken through to the cabins, and
on Thursday Mr. S. Daney's pack
train made a trip with the first lot
of supplies. On the same day a
fore of fourteen men left town to
begin operations at the mine.
It is the purpose of the management to prosecute work most vigorously and all the men will be put
to work that the available room
will accommodate.
TRADES UNIONS.
"A discussion on whether the
Trades Council, "says the Victoria
Colonist," could take part in the
new Provincial Progressive party
as a body was unnecessarily pro-
lmged at Wednesday night's meeting. Tbe bylaws provides that the
Council shall not, under any pretence whatever, introduce or dis-
cusb religion or party politics. A
like provision may be found in bylaws of the majority of the tradeB
unionB sending delegates to the
Trades Council. The time is not
yet when party politics can, with
any safety, be introduced into the
average trades union. There is
heapB of work yet left for trades
unions to occupy their time, without having to busy themselves
with partv politics in the union
meeting. If it is advisable for
trade unions to take independent
political action, let it be outside
the union. There is no reason why
aB good results cannot be achieved
through a distinct and separate
body from the union. Too much
care cannot be exercised in avoiding the rockB on which trade unions
in the past have Bplit on and gone
to pieces."
"Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes"
said the old Trojans at the siege of
Troy. Fear the Greeks and the
gifts they bear. The saying is as
true today as 3000 yea's ago. If
the Colonist is eager that trade
unionB should not enter into politics it is a particularly good reason
why they should.
But the real reason why trade
unions should enter politics is that
both the "historic parties" are alike
in one thing and that is they oppose all interests of labor. Whether
the stripe ot man at Victoria,
at Ottawa or in London is Libert 1
or Conservative, he is opposed to
the trades union bill, he ib opposed
to shorter hours, he is opposed to
enforcing labor legislation, even
when with difficulty it has been
passed. For these reasons these
" historic" parties have created a
third. Il is Paid that there is no
room for a third party. That is
«-uite true. There never is any
room for a third party. This is
the lesson of the past and tbe re is
no reason why the future should
contain in its womb offspring unlike their forbears.
But this is only half a truth. Ii
il also self evident from a perusal
of the past to show that every
:p*vtty in OAirtlei.cc had its origin at
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Mr. Seddon of New Zealand has
paraphrased the turning of the
sword into a ploughshare by making the more practical suggestion
that South African blockhouses be
turned into creameries and butteries.
In the year 1080 a member of
the house of commonB remarked
that the high wages paid in
England made it impnfgible o-
our textures to maintain a conipu-
tition with the produce
of the Indian looms." That
Bounds somewhat like modern
talk.—Vancouver Independent.
The Victoria Colonist is now advocating reenaclment as the mildest and best remedy that can be
applied to the disallowance of
provincial acts, having special
reference to those acts which contain clauses against the immigration or employment of Orientals.
This is a falling from grace Smith
Curtis advocated these very things
three years since, adducing the
example of Queensland aB a precedent but was promptly called
down by the Colonist and other
paperB of the same class aB a wild
eyed, impractical visionary. Really it would aeem as if what Cur|is
thinks today the rest of the people will be thinking next year.
Down at the coast they are apparently somewhat slower.
G. B. CHOCOLATES, ALWAYS
FRESH, BULK OR BOXED, GOOD-
EVhi BROS.
LONG DROUGHT IN QUEENSLAND
Lack of Water Causes Death of'Thous-
ands of Cattle.
The long drought in Queensland,
Australia, is causing immense lots
to farmers, and the cattle for want
of water and grass are dying off in
thousands.
The number of sheep has dropped from 22,000,000 to 9,000,000
and that of cattle from between
7,000,000 and 8,000,000 to 4,000,-
000.
Fine wineB and liquors at  thc Inter
nit'onal Family Lquor Store,
TRIUNE OPENS FOR THE SEASQN
Much Work Had /to be Done to Open
up the Trail.
The management of the Triune,
says tin Lardeau Eagle, have hud
men at work for some days putting
the trail to the mine in condition
to enable a pack train to get
through with   supplies   and tbey
For imported  winea   go to the International Family Liquor Btore,
JUST THE REASON WHY.
With the World's Apologies to the Toronto Telegram.
Mayor Clute—(interlocutor at a
darky minstrel show) "Brudder
Hamilton, why is this year's tax
rate like the price of beef?"
Aid. Hamiltoni-(corner man
and first class comedian) "Why is
this year's tax rate like the price
of beef? 'Cos it's away up, that's
all I"
Assignee Sale
Estate of
J. W. Spring.
Great Bargains in
Jewelry.Diamonds
Watches and Clocks
Sterling and Piated Silver-
ware,Cut Glass,FancyChi-
na, Umbrellas, Walking
Sticks and Souvenir Goods
Watch and Jewelry Repairing. All
work guaranteed and promptly done
Walter J. MioiAssimee
Hotel Bellview
$1 Per Day
And Upwards.
********
Board and Lodging     t
$7 Per V/eek
A first olasB'bar in connection.
Open day «nd night. Opposite
the C. P. R Dip it.
Harry Bell, ■ Propr
Certificate  of  Improvements.
NOTICE.
Shandon Bell, Bjn Ace,id, Gladstone,
Mayflower, La>t Chance, an 1 Abercorn
Fraction [mineral claims, Bituated in
the Trail Creek Mining Division of the
West Kootenay Diatrict
Where located—Sullivan creek.
Take notice that I, Samnfl Forteath,
Iree miner's certificate No. B42662, owner and agent for Albert E. Dennison,
free miner's certificate No B42477. M.
Simpson, free miner's certificate No.
42525, G. H. Suckling, free miner's
certificate No B55736, J. 8. Clute, free
miner's certificate, B55654, 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 of the above claims.
Aad further take notice that action
under section 37, must be « inmenced
befote the issuance of such Certificate of
improvements.
Dated this 1st Hav or Muv A. D. 1802.
SAMUEL FOBTEATH.
Special Sale ol Men's, Women's and (Bra's Shoes
We secured recently 600 pairs of sample Shoes, in all the newest
shapes and styles, the entire line of one of the best known manufactures in Cinada. As a sample line we got them at a discount of
33^ per cent and will give our customers the benefit of this  buy.
Men's Calf Balls, extension heel and toe, a regular $5 shoe SALE PRICE $3.50
Men's Dongola Ball or Congress.beBt value over oft'ered.regular $4.50. -SALE PRICE    3.00
Ladies' American, extension sole, very dressy, regular $4.50 SALE PRICE    3.00
LadieB American, turn sole, Dongola, regular $3.50 SALE PRICE    2.00
Boy's Calf Ball, extension Goodyear Welt sole, regular $2.75 SALE PRICE     1.75
Boy's Calf Ball, can't be beat for a school shoe, regular $2.00 SALE PRICE    1.25
Good Clothes for Man or Child
WE HAVE
a Black Suit
or a Scotch
Tweed Suit that we can sell you
for $5 less than they are worth,
and $5 Baved is considerable when
you come to think of it. They are
suits of a durable, dressy variety,
suits that are worth 0*4 f\ f\f\
$15, for    JPIU.UU
We consider this a very decent offer;
you will when you Bee the   goods.
We have the latest lidsfrom New York
w
f
f TU17 D'AVC an,J   the
1 I1E. DU I O boy's mother will lind this store the easiest
Btore in which to get all the new
styles in clothing and everything
else for boyB, without getting down
too deep in the pocketbook. This
week we have a lot of LITTLE
*UITS at LITTLE PRICES. Big
cut in prices in Boys' Shirts, HatB
and Caps and everything else; 20
dozen Boy's Straw HatB, QKp
to clear at    AUK*-
Look the town over, then come here
..Fancy Hosiery at Plain Prices,.
M. J. O'HEARN
Opposite
Bank of Toronto
All Kinds  of
Dry Wood
J. D. BLEVINS
Office: Simpson's
Groceiy, phone 68
Residence pbone 103
THE INTERNATIONAL LiSre
 CarrieB 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 Liquors.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan tine.  "Sardinian" Jure 25
Allan Une  "Numidian"  June 28
Beaver Une "Lake •. harapiMti" June 26
Beaver Une   'Lake  Ontario" July 3
Dominion Line "Dominion,', June 21
From Portland
Dominion Line  "Colouian" June 28
From   Boston.
Dominion Line "Merion"   June 25
Dominion Line "New Kngland" July 2
Cunard Line "Iveruia" June tA
CunardLine "Sad nia," July 8
From Ntw York,
White Star Line "Teut oic" June 18
Wnite Star  Line 'Oymric" , Juue 20
White Star Line "Oceanic" Ju ei<
Cunard Line "Cam ania" June 21
CunardLine "Umbria"    June a8
Cunard Liue "Lucania"    July 5
American Line "Philadelphia" June H
American Line "St   Paul" June as
Red Star Line "Southwark"  June 18
Red Star Une  Tadcrland"  .     ..June 21
Continental sailing* of French, Norlh German
Lloyd, Hamburg-American, Holla d-American,
Prince and Italian Lines on application,
RATES—Saloon fares, $50 00, and upwards
Second, $35 and upwards, according to steatnei
and location of berth. Steerage quoted ou ap
plication. Prepaid Passages from England and
the continent at lowest rates.
Full particulars City Ticket office Co'nmbi*
Aftnuc Roaaland, B.   .
A. Co,  McARTHUR  Aeent
Canadian
WORLD'S  SCENIC ROUTE
DIRECT ROUTE.
WEST
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Eastern Canada     and   all   Pacific
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Via Fort William and the Great Lakes.
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points.
Windsor Cafe J
Best Cuisine in Town.
Mrs  E. Adams,   -   Proprieto
tor)
i Hotel ftstorii
; SI Par Pay and Up. J \
] ' Special  Attention—Businessmen's ' j
" lunch 25c; dinner 35c,    All mod- ,,
em improvements ,,  < >
! I MRS. N. H. PLATT. Prop   '< '•
Via Soo Line
To St Paul, Duluth, Sault Ste Marie,
Chicago and all poin's in Eastern Canada and the United States.
1   Through Ttu-ist Sleeping Cars
PIPT Leaves Dunmore junction
UNO I Daily fr St. Paul; leaves
Kootenay Landing Tuesday for St. Paul
and Friday for Toronto, Montreal and
Bjston.
llirCT   Leaves Revelstoke daily for
It CO I    Seattle and Vancouver.
Through booking to Europe via all
Atlantic Lines.
Prepaid tickets  at lowest  rates issued
float all European countries,
Eor rates and full particulars apply to
local agents, or
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
Columbia avenue, next to Postoffice.
■    A. C. McARTHUR,
C. F. M T. Agt.
J. S. CARTER. D. P. A.,
Nelson, B. C.
Ji, J, COYLE. A.G.P.A.,
Vancouver, B.C
Spokane Falls & Northern
NELSON & FT. SHEPPARD RY.
Red Mountain Ry,
The only all-ratl route between all points east
west and south to Rossland, Ne'- an, and all intermediate points, connecting Ft Spokane with
the Great Northern, Non hers Pacific and O. R.
* N. Co.
Connects at Rosaland with? the Canadian Pacific Ry, for Boundary Creeh'points.
Connects at Mevera Palls with stage dally Tor
Republic.
Buffet service on trains between Spokane and
Nelson,
EFFECTIVE NOV.   o
Leave. Arrive.
{9:20 a. m,        Spokane 7:15 p.m.
12:25 p. m.       Rossland.       4:30 p. m.
9:40 a. m. Nelson. 6:45 p. m.
H. A. JACKSON,
General Paaaenger Agt,
Spokane, Waah.
H. IP. BROWN,
Agent, aoisland, B.C
The Short Line
EAST AND WEST
St. Pau),      -       Minneapolis,
Chicago, Toronto,
Montreal, New York,
and all Eastern points.
.Seattle, Tacoma,
Vancouver, Viotoria,
and all Pacific Coast points.
KAST BOUND.
LeavelSpokane 9:40 a. m.
WEST HOUND,
Leave Spokane. .7:20 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.
All connections made in Union depot.
For full particulars, folders, etc..
call on or address
H. BRANDT, C.P.A.,
701 W. Riverside, Bpokane
H. P. Brown,* Agent,
Rouland, B. O. THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND B. C, JUNE to, 1092
WANTNO STRIKES
Is in Favor of Compulsory
Arbitration.
TRADES AND LABOR CONGRESS
Opinion of the Vice President-The
Deputation   on   Minister
Muloch.
"There is no doubt that the Compulsory Arbitration bill introduced
into tho Dominion house by Minister Muloch, meets with the approval of the organized workers of this
city and of Canada. In fact the
trades and labor congress of Canada, a body represeating trade
unious from Sydney to the Klondike, to voice the views of working
men, asked the government to
adopt legislation along these lines
only a month or so ago."
This was the reply of J. T. Fontaine, vice-president of the trades
and labor congress of Canada for
province of Quebec, when asked
his opinion of the minister of labor's bill to introduce compulsory
arbitration into Canada.
At tho last session of the congress the following resolution
was adopted: 'That in view of
the recent disastrous trackmen's
Btrike, the time has arri ved when
the Dominion trades congresB
should formulate some practical
scheme of compulsory arbitration,
and press the government for its
adoption."
When the labor delegation waited on the government in March,
they laid this resolution before the
ministers, requesting that an act
be passed applicable to railways,
and industries receiving government subvention and that it be
given a fair trial.
"1 remarked at the time," said
Mr. Fontaine, "that I thought this
matter of compulsory arbitration
wus the most important question
we had discussed with the ministers, and that it wat, likely to have
a greater effect than any other
measure we asked for. The labor
delegation did not have a draft of
a bill to present, but I think Mr.
Mulock's bill embodied all the
suggestions we made to him at the
time.
"To my mind it is the most important measure the Dominion
house has yet discussed, and if
enacted into legislation I am convinced that its operations will be
to the satisfaction of the corporations, their employers and the public in general.
"Personally, I am not in favor of
strikes at all; I have never seen
any good come of them. I would
like to see the principle of compulsory arbitration applied in all
industrial difficulties, as in New
Zealand and other places."
WANTED—Letter press with stand.
State price.   Iiox 591. tl
Dr. Borden, the Dominion minister of militia, will occupy rooms
in the hut for a few days during
the N. R. A. meeting.
The Canadian team will go to
Stickledown, where   they  will be
permitted to practice at   the butt
for a week prior to the opening   of
the meeting.
GOODEVE   COCKROACH
DER •NEVER FAILS.
POW-
For  Sale—10x15   jobber and 26-inch
paper cutter.   Apply at this office.
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
I HOFFMAN HOUSE.
P. H. Albert, Spokane.
N. D. McDonald, city.
F. H. Kendrick, Northport.
W. E. Pickering, Gladstone.
P. Park, Nelson.
R. G. Mouat, Nelson.
J. Manley, Midway.
A. Denton, Midway.
E. Olsen, city.
For rent—A four room furnished
house, for $13, including water.
Apply at this office.
NOW WANTS
OUR HELP
Boer Agent Howling Because  the  War   Has
Gone Against Him.
Washington, June 10.—General
Samuel PearBon, the Boer representative in thiB country, who
made the protest about the British
shipments of mules from New
Orleans, says that he intends to
call at the British Embassy and
ask for transportation to South
Africa.
"Under the peace terms," said
Gen. Pearson, "Great Britain
agrees lo send the burghers back
home, wherever they may be. I
have been ruined by the war, and
I have not a sixpence to my name."
For high-grade whiskey go to the In^
ternational Family Liquor .Store.
The Nettle L.
Mr. Forbes and Mr. Atwood,
who ure making a thorough examination of the Nettie L. mine,
says the Lardeau Eagle, bad some
ore assayed from the Nettie L. this
week which went silver 3000 oz,
$50 and copper 31 per cent.
before you gtt lhat new spring suit*
ccme aim us us! we know that we c.i,
please you, both in price and quality of
goode. Ct meiford & Cam, ron the leading tailors.
For high-clasa iamily liquors go to tht
International Fumily Liquor Store.
CANADIAN
AT   BISLEY.
Preparation for the Shooting Tournament.
London June 10.—The Cans
dian hut at Bisley Camp has been
repainted and decorated withinand
without and several needed alterations and additions have been
made.
For fine Cigars and Tobaccos go to Ed
Farnsworth's cigar stand.
The newest designs
one cent per roll and ppward
Arthur, Columbia avenue.
wallpaper
Daniel &
at
IMPORTANT STRIKE-ON ESTELLA
Development    Work    Prosecuted on
Rover Vein.
On Saturday last, says the Fort
Steele Prospector, the Rover vein
was cut by what is known as the
Estella tunnel at a depth of 600
feet.
The principal development work
on the Estella group has been the
exploiting of the Rover vein. The
ore is a galena in a concentrating
form. The Rover tunnel is now in
over 1000 feet, following the wall,
the vein having a width of from 12
to 18 feet.
The Estella tunnel, which is in
1050 feet, cros-ses the Rover tunnel
at nearly a right angle, at a depth
of 200 feet bulow the level of the
Rover tunnel, it is at this point
that the vein has been encountered,
and found to have a width of six to
eight feet. The ore is similar in
character to that found in the
Rover turn el.
If you want a nice sumac  ask for La
Federal at Ed Farnsworth's cigar store
ON THE COMSTOCK GROUP
Work to be  Commenced   at   Circle
City This Season.
SOCIETY   CARDS.
KATji T>     ROSSLAND LODGE NO ax,
• VJX1   JT. K. ol P.. meeta every Friday
night at 8 o'clock in Carpenters hall,  Second
avenue.   Visiting brothers are always welcome.
Wm. McNeill, C. C. J
Procter Joiner., K.. of R. and 8
Ff\      T?     FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF
•   V7,    Fj. EAGLES,    Rossland   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.
IA A P Meets In Odd Fellows Hall
• \J*t\J• JO * on 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.8. Murphy, Sec, Alex Fraser, N. G
SCJT    C*      King Edward  Lodge No.
•   O X ■ \J\   641, of the Order 'of the
Sons of St.George meets every,'first and third
Friday in eoch mcuth.at 7:30, in Masonic |hall.
Visiting brethren are invited to attend. ||
Thomas Embleton Prest,
George Clothier, Secy.
Thos. Embleton,
Staple and Fancy
GROCERIES	
Opp. Intebnational Hotel.
The general public is cordially invited
to call and nspect our stock.
Prices guaranteed  to he right   Goods
delivered to any part of the city,
PHONE 296.
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|BUTTE  HOTEL,!
I        Smith tii Crow, Props,        3
E $1 a day. Special rates to Miners. 3
£ First Class Bar in Connection. 3
E Miners' Buckets a Specialty. 3
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NOVO
A medicated soap.   What it will do.
1. Prevents all contagious diseases
approaching where it ia used.
2. It will clean and polish paint work
and not kill the gloss on the paint,
3. It will clean carpets without taking
them np.
4. It wili clean linoleums like new.
5. It will clean and remove paint, oil
and grease stains from woolen and cotton clothing, also cleans coat collars
and hats.
25G A CAKE.
SIMPSON'S   GROCERY
The Comstock Co., of Cleveland, 0., has instructed its looal
manager, S. Shannon, to proceed at
once with development work on the
Comstock group just above Circle
City. A contract will be let to continue the present tunnel another
50 feet, at which point the ledge
will be crosscut from wall to wall.
It is the intention of this company to thoroughly prove their
property this season.
Certificate of Improvementa.
NOTICK.
Democrat and Republic Mineral
Claims, situate in the Trail Creek
Mining Division of Weet Kootenay District.
Where located: On Santa Kosa moun ■
tain west of Sheep Greek.
Take notice that I, Kenneth L, Burnet
acting as agent for Fredrick K. Bloch-
herger, free miner's certificate No,
B31199, Edward Welch, free miner's certificate No. B6B167, Dennis Murphy, free
miner's certificate No. B42417 and James
Hawley, tree miner's certificate
No. B55798, intend, sixty days from
the data hereof, to apply to the
mining recorder fo a certificate
of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claims
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such certificate of
improvements,
ated this 24th day of April A, D.1902
T
Le Roi
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
John F. Linburg, Prop.
Washington St., Op. Hoffman Housed
Best Turnouts-Only Cab in City
Phoae-V. & N. 39, Columbia 38.
Notice to Delinquent Co-Owners
The Mineral Act and Amending  Acts
A
If VOU want (trst-cUss bottled goods
go to the International Family Liquo
Btore.
Labor Union Directory,
Officers and Meetings.
In the matttr of the "Lone Star" and
•'Sibley" mineral claims, situate on the
east slope of Sophie mountain, in the
Trail Creek mining division of West
Kootenay, B. C„ and recorded at Koss-
and.
To Joseph B. Dabney, William Drain,
George Moore, Ovid Poulin and R. C.
McDonald, or any other person or persons to whom th'y or any of them may
have assigned their interests in the above
mineral^claims or either of them.
You and each of you "are hereby noti-
tigedthat I have expended in assessment
work for the two years ending the 7th
day of May, A. D. 1902, the sum of $150
in accordance with the p-ovisions of the
Mineral Act, and if within ninety days
from the first publication of this notice
you fail to contribute your share of the
above expenditure, together with the
costs of advertising, your interests in the
said claims will become the property of
me, the undersigned, under section 4 of
the Mineral Act, Amendment Act iqoo.
ANDREW DALY.
Dated at Rossland, li. C, this 22nd day
of May, igox
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. P. M., meets every
Saturday evening in Union hall.
D. MacGlasham, Pres., Geo. F.
Dougherty, See.-Treas,
MINERS' UNION No. 38,
Western Federation oi
miners—meets every Wed
nesday evening at 7.30, 1
m. in Miners' Union Hall.,
Frank Woodside, Secretary
Rupert  Bulmer,  Presider.*.
NEW DENVER MINIFS
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 a't
7:30 o'clock in Miners' nail.
Henry Heidman, Pres., Jno.
Riordan, Sec.
YMIR MINERS UNION
No. 85, W. F. M., meets
every Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock in Miners' Un
ion hall. Patrick Daly,
Pres., A. McDougall, Sec.
SLOCAN CITY MINERS
Union No. 62, W, F. M.
Meets every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 in Miners' Union hail. Geo. Nich
ol. Pres.,D. B. O'Neail, Sec
WESTERN FEDERATION
OF MINERS-Edward Boyce
president,Denver,Coloradc
James Wilkes, vice-president, Nelson, British Co
lumbia; Wm. C. Haywood
secretary-treasurer, Denver,
Col.; Executive Board,John
C. Williams, Grass Valley
Cal.; Phillip Bowden.Butte
Mont,; Thos. B. Sullivan
Leadville, Col.; John Kelly
Burke, Idaho; Chas. H
Moyer, Lead City, S. Dako
ta; James A. Baker, Slocan
City, B. C.
DISTRICT UNION no. 6,
W.F.M.--Geo. F.Dougherty,
Pres., Greenwood; Angus
J. McDonald, vice-president,
Sandon; Thos. L. Backton,
secretary-treasurer, Phoenix
TRADES AND LABOR
COUNCIL—Meets every second ands fourth Tuesday in
each month at 7.30 P. M, in
Miners' Union Hall. President, W.L.McDonald. Ad
dress all communications to
Secretary-Treasurer, P, O.
box 784.
TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION No. 335,—Meets on the
last Sunday of each month
at the Miners' UniontHall
J>; Barkdoll, Sec; Wm
Poole, Presid
CARPENTERS   &    JOINERS   UNION—meets every
Friday of each week at 7.
?o p'. m. In   Miners' Union
lall.   W.R.Baker,
John McLaren; Sec,
Pres.;
PAINTERS' UNION, No.
123, painters and decorators
of America,meets inBeatty's
Hall, on second and foprth
Tuesday of each month. R
C. Arthur, Pres.; W. S.
Murphy, Sec.
JOURNEYMEN TAILORS
Union (of America- Meet
first Monday in each monti,
in Miners' Union hall. A
Graham president. L. S
Fairclough secretory, P. O
box 314.
You Positively
Save 50 per cent
On any purchase you make with us. Our Serge
Suits at $7.50 are all over $15. In Shoes, from
the cheapest to the best, we beat the world. Price
any Gents' Furnishings and be convinced. : : : :
THE PEOPLES' STORE
CLIFTON  CORNER.
B. BANNETT
S SS Cigar Stores
Are where you can get the best the market affords in CIGARS, TOBACCOS,   PIPES,   ETC.
CROW & MORRIS.     -:-     PROPRIETORS
ALL  KINDS   OF   DRY
W©©D
w\ f. lingle
Office opposite Oreat
Northern  ticket office,
next to Red Star
P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke,Green-
wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL MARKETS—Kossland, Trail, Nelson, JYmir, Kaslo
Sandon, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, Grand Forks,
Greenwood, Phoenix, Midway, Camp   McKinney,
Revelstoke, Ferguson and Vancouver.
Fish,  Came and Poultry in Season, Sausages of All Kinds.
WM. DONALD, Manager Rossland Branch
FIGURES TALK.
The fi th annual meeting of the 'shareholders
of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal company was held
in Toronto on March 7th.
The net profits of the year after paying all
operating expenses and all charge of every kind,
amounted to $207,848,39. After paying a dividend at the rate of ten percent per annum, a balance of $28,142,.80 was carried forward to the
credit of profit and lose.
This company's assets are their coal mines
and tbe townsi'e of Fernie.   Four years ago this
company had no transportation facilities, and their
stock sold as low as eleven cents per Bhare.
To-
day their stock is selling at $90.
The Similkameen Valley Coal companv, limited, assets are coal mines, timber, water power,
agricultural and horticultural land, city water
works, electric light plant and the townsite of
Ashnola, surrounded by the following resources:
gold, copper, silver, lead, iron, lime,  fire  clay,
Klatinum, and a fine stockraising country, and it
i the smelting center of the Similkameen valley, with a climate that is all that coulil be asked,
You can secure an option on this company's stock
by paying 10c per share down, and ten cents per
month until fully paid, wih non-forfeiture clause.
This price is subject to twenty-five cents advance
without notico as soon as transportation is assured.
The present price is $1.10 per share. Do not wait
until it is too late, but get in on tlie ground Door,
and make a handsome profit. A purchaser of
one hundred Bhares now, may gain a profit of
88,990. Crow's nest shareB as an example. This
would be a fair profit on an investment of ten
dollars per month for eleven months. We invite
the fullest inspection of the company's affairs by
intending purchasers. For further information
apply to the
Similkameen Valley Coal Co..
LIMITED.
Head office Nelson. B, 0„ Room "A." K, W. 0.
block, linker Btreet,
Alhambra Hotel
$1 a day and up.
Steady Boarders. $6.50 per week.
FINEST MEALS
Ellegantly Furnished Rooms.
return former patronage.   . Naw patrons
W   receive kindest ccWtaattoa.
Grand Union Hotel
$1,00 to $1.25 per day
Neatly Furnished Rooms $1.50 to
$2.50 per week.
A First Class Bar in Connection
22 Columbia ave,
PoatJOffice.
4  doors east
Tel. 58.
of
A
Geo. H. Green, Prop THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B.C., JUNE
I
STOCK MARKETS
Steady Volume of Business
Today.
GENERAL TENDENCY IMPROVED
Latest Quotations and Sales on Toronto, Spokane and Local
ExchangfS.
The VmRiness in stocks today was
much aB usual. Stocks have Btill
a decided tendency upwards, whicb
may be expected to be a genera
feature in the markets for some
time to come; aB the better con
ditions now being inaugurated the
more thoroughly develop them
selves.
Today's quotations and sales herf
and in Toronto.
Today's Toronto Quotations.
Asked      Bid
Black Tail  13 it1,,
Centre Star  40M 37
Gariboo, Camp McK. 23 18
Canadian Gold Fields 4'A i%
Deer Trail  No. i.... 2%
Fairview  7'A 6A
Giant  3U 2%
Granbv £300 00   S260 00
IronMask  17 12
Lone Pine  TA 1
Mountain Lion  25 20
North ijtar  25 22
Payne  25 22
Republic  io«: o%
Rambler-Cariboo  85 79
Sullivan  i\*4 6%
War Kagle  15 '3
Winnipeg  5 4
WhiteBear  i'A 3
Wonderful  yA
Today's Toronto Sales.
North Star, 2500, 234c;  Payne.
2000, 23c.   Total, 4500.
Today's Spokane Quotations.
American Boy  7'7s 6J„
Ben Hur  I2'4 lo,'4
Black Tail  12V4 n#
Bufe &  Biston  3 2
Deer Trail  1% ttt
l-'isher Maiden  7y. 6'A
Gold   Ledge  lj| lH
Jim Blaine	
Lone Pine  6 $H
Morning Glory  3 2'A
Mountain   Li< n  23K 22%i
Princess  Maud  2% 2'A
Quilp  34 30
Rambler-Cariboo... 83^ 81 'A
Republic  10 Q}i
Reservation  I Y2
Sullivan  7% <>
Tom Thumb  20% 19^
Today's Spokane Sales
Deer Trail, 6000, lfoj Mountain
Lion, 1000, 23c.   Total, 7000.
Today's Local Quotations:
Asked     Bid
Abe Lincoln         8
American Boy         iX        dii
Bej Hu-        " 'o'A
Black Tail 2'A HA
But-ft Bostoi.          3 2
Canadian Gold Fields        4%       4
Cariboo (Camp McKinney)       19 17
CentreStar       19'A 3b
Crows Nest Pass ,.oal $ 1350 00
Dardanelles        3X       aH
DeerTratlNo. J         2 'A
Piltvtew        IX        o'A
Ki her adaiden  7A        o'A
Oiant         3 2%
(Ii'd pdge   'Yd IU
Granby Consolidated $3'5 °° J>9° °°
Homestake (Assess, paid)         3 'Y,
Iron Mask (Assess, paid' 5 '2X
J m Bl ite         3X        29,
..one l'ilie  6 iX
Morniup Glory  2%        2'A
Mountain Lion       23)4 21
North Star (Bast Kootenay)       J5 '3
Payne       23 23
Princess Maud  2Y. 2«
Quilp        34 '
Rambler-Cariboo (ex-div)       85 I
V.nnV.Vn  10 9'A
San Poil         23        at
ol. r.mio Cousonuatevl  3 m
Sullivan  TA «K
Tom Thumb  ai '')
war Kagle Consolidated 5 12'A
W.terloo  X
White Bear   3X *X
Wonderful  3 '
Today's Local Sales.
Centre Star, 1200, 37tJc;  Payne,
2001, 2<Uc, 1000,24c; Dardanelles,
3000, 3Jc; Giant, 2000, 3c. Total,
9200.
J L Whitney & Co.
MINING   BROKER8.
B. 0. and Washington Stocks, a specialty
47 Colombia avenne.
Richard Plewman
Stcck   Broker
RESIDENCE:   W. Columbia Ave.
Telephone 145,
,, ,***********************<
;; Hotel Astor
$1 Per Day and Up.
Special Attention- Businessmen's
lunch 25c; dinner 35c, All modern improvements	
MRS. N. H. PLATT. Prop
l**********»t>************4
W. Miller left for Spokane today
The Grand Union is being newly decorated.
L. E. Gooding left for Spokane
on the noon train.
A. H. McNeill, K. C, left for
Victoria on the noon train.
Pouring oil on troubled waters:
Bernard Macdonald and the Elmore oil process.
Harry Martin, of the Iron Mask,
went today to Spokane to meet bis
family returning trom Butte.
There were again no cases at the
police court thiB morning. There
is a cheerful case of assault up for
tomorrow.
The Cinematograph theatre will
present a view of  McKinley  mak
ing his last address at  Buffalo  at
the show  tonight.
An especially large attendance iB
requested at tbe weekly meeting of
Lodge No. 38, W. F. M., in the
Miners' Union hall tomorrow evening.
The organ rehearsal will not
take place as usual tonight in
the Presbyterian church. It has
been postponed for Thursday evening.
The ChineBe Laundry at the In
ternational scored   a distinct success   last   night.    Ray    Hampton
makes up aB a very  clever  China
man.
It is about time that Bprinkler
was around Jupiter Pluvius being
absent either Mayor Clute or City
Engineer Van Buskirk would make
a good looking locum tenens.
The city fatherB meet tonight.
Something may be heard about
that citizen's committee. It is
thought that the mayor and hiB
myrmidons will welcome the sug
gestions with open arms.
IF YOU
WANT
Get the big   Klondike   shine   at  the
Clifton corner.
For fine Cigars and Tobaccos go to Ed
Karnsworth's einar stand.
NEXT WEEK'S BENEFIT BALL.
Dance is Being Got   up In   Aid of J
H. Jenkins.
A ball will be given next week
Tuesday, June 17, at Miners'
Union hall in aid of J. H. Jenkins,
a Cornish miner, at present coming
from South Dakota, who is serious
ly ill with consumption, and whose
wife and four children are in con-
Bequence badly provided for.
The ball will be under the aus
pices of the Sons of St. George, of
the Ancient Order of United Work
men and of the Miners' Union.
Tickets will be charged $1, except
for ladies, who will be admitted
free.
GOODEVE   COCKROACH
DER NEVER FAILS.
POW-
For  Sale—10x15   jobber and 26-inch
paper cutter.   Apply at this office.
McKINLEY'S LAST ADDRESS.
Made at Buffalo  on tne Day He was
Shot.
At the Cinematograph Theatre
tonight, by special request, President McKinley making his last addresB, also showing the crowds outside of the Temple of Mubic, where
he was shot. Bide from Brooklyn
to New Pork. Girl frolic at the
sea shore. Wringing, good joke.
Dull razor. Spanish inquisition.
Street scene in Paris. Torpedo
boat Morris, and many others.
FRESH
VEGETABLES
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WE; HAVE      fjjj
THEM fjg
IS
VAUGHAN t& COOK. |
THE LEADING GROCERS
Sole Agents EDEN BANK CREAMERY BUTTER.
Le Roi
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
John'F. Linbnrg, Prop.
Washington St., Op. Hoffman Houser
Best Turnouts-Only Cab in City
-V.&H.38, OohunWa 88.
For imported  wines  go to the International Family Liquor Store,
Certificate   of   Improvements.
NOTICE.
Sliandon Bell, Bon Acccrd, Gladstone,
Mayflower, Last Chance, and Abercorn
Fraction [mineral claims, Bituated in
the I rail Creek Mining Division of the
West Kootenay District
Where located—Sullivan creek.
Take notice that I, Samuel Forteath,
free miner'B certificate No. B42562, owner and agent for Albert E. Dennison,
tree miner's certificate No B42477. M.
Simpson, free miner's certilicate No.
42525, G. H. Suckling, free miner's
certificate No. B55736, J. S. Clute, free
miner's certificate, B55654, intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to
the miuing recorder for a certificate ot
improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claimB.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of
[marovements.
Dated this 1st day of May A. D. 1902.
SAMUEL FORTEATH.
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BUTTE  HOTEL,
£        Smith tii Crow, Props.       \
P $1 a day. Special rates to Miners. •
E First Class Bar in Connection. :
t       Miners' Buckets a Specialty.      •
NOVO
A medicated soap.   What it will do,
1. Prevents all contagious diseases
approaching where it iB used.
2. It will clean and polish paint work
and not kill the gloss on the paint,
3. It will clean carpets without taking
them up.
4. It will clean linoleums like new.
5. It will cloan and remove paint, oil
and grease stains from woolen and cotton ciotlung, also cleans coat collare
and hats.
25c A CAKE.
SIMPSON'S   GROCERY
Ceitificate of Improvements.
Democrat and Republic Mineral
Claims, Bituate in he Trail Creek
Mining Division of Wei t Kootenay District.
Where located: On Santa Rosa moun •
tain west oi Sheep Creek,
Take notice.that I, KennethL, Burnet
arting as agent for Fredrick R. filoch-
berger, free miner's certificate No.
B31199, Edward Welch, free miner's certificate No. B56167, Dennis Murphy, free
miner's certificate No. B12417 and James
Hawley, free miner's certificate
No. B55798, intend, sixty days from
the date hereof, to apply to the
mining recorder fo a certificate
of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claimB
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such certificate ol
improvements.
Dated thia24tb. day oi Aoril A. D 1902
Assignee Sale
Estate of
J. W. Spring.
Great Bargains in
Jewelry.Diamonds
Watches and Clocks
G. A, OHREN,
KARN
PIANOS
Easy Terms. Opp. Hunter Bros
INTERNATIONAL
Music Hall
MONDAY. JUNE 9.
AND SATURDAY MATINEE
JOSIE GORDON"
EARL & HAMPTON
THELMA  WHEELER
OSWALD ROBIrTST
The fonr act drama,
"SAVED."
Admission,      -        15c and 25c
BOX SEATS  50c
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The BIG STORE
DOMESTIC SPECIALS.
In a few lines we are overstocked, and for one week we are pricing them
clear regardless of cost.   Our loss is your gain.
TOWELINGS
25 pieces pure linen toweling. Barnsby crash
Homespun crash, Huckaback, etc., all  our
own direct importations, and every yard a
special value at 15c per yard, for one week only at     .     10c per yard
PILLOW COTTON
Tfn pieces, 44 inches circular,
pillow cotton, special value 20c,
for one week    .   15c per yard
TWILLED SHEETS
7-4, 8-4 and g-4 white  twilled
sheets.hemmed and ready for
use, special value $1.00  each,
for one week, price 75c each
In ad     on'to'the above we are showing special lines in hosiery, under-
Wfar, etc.   Don't miss seeing them.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Midget mineral claim,'situated in tbe
Trail Creek Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located—on the west slope of
Sophie mountain, a little north of the
Bluebell.
Take nntice that I, R. Smith, free miner's certificate No 557626 acting aejagent
for Richard Marsh, Iree miners certificate
No. 5583IR. and O. F. Taylor, free miner's certificate No. 42912B. intend, sixty
days from the dat-. hereof, to apply to
the mining recorder for a certificate of
improvementa, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claimB.
And farther take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before tbe issuance of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated thiB 1st day of May, A. D. Ia02.
Special Inducements In Ladies Shoes.
Note a|Few of these Leaders.
Women's Dongola Laced Boots. - - $1.50
Women's Box Calf Lace Boots, - -• '- $1.65
Women's Tan Pebble Lace Boots, - - $1.95
Women's Chocolate Kid Lace Boots,   -   $2.95
All Lines of Oxford Ties for Summer Wear Reduced.
HUNTER BROS.
For  the  New
Tailors.   They
t are   all right.
G»e .i,em a trw Graham & Raby
Cardiff Hotel
Thoroughly cleaned and renovated.
$1 Per Day and Up.
Special attention given lo Miners'
Lunch Buckets.
.SMITH, P.L. 8.
The ouly Lady Co k in town,
MRS. REED,       -       -Droprietor
Certificates of Improvements.
NOTICE
"Gertrude Emily," "Ethel Mary" and
"Lisp" mineral claims situate in the
Trail Creek Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located—On Sophia Mountain.
Take notice that I.Catherine D. Campbell, Free Miner's Certificate No. H66507,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for thc p ir-
pose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated this 8th day of May, A.D 1002.
CATHERINE D. CAMPHELL.
Coronation Cloth
The Latest Material
for Best Dresses	
Sterli ng and Plated Silver
ware,Cut Glass,FancyChi
na, Umbrellas,   Walking
Sticks and Souvenir Goods
Watch and Jewelry Repairing. AU
work guaranteed and promptly done
toll
Coronation Cloth is a silk and wool material 44-in. wide, imported direct from
England. This cloth is very light
weight and is only suitable for Summer Shirt Waists, Dresses and Dressing
Jackets. We have it in three Shades
only, PINK, CREAM and TURQUOISE.
The width is 44-in., the price 90c a
yard, If you want the newest and the *t
best that money will buy we want to
sell it to you. Tou always know tbat
what we sell we guarantee to be worth
just what we ask. No chances taken in
dealing ati^^-y S^ap^Scp^-^Jtp
McARTHUR 0 HARPER,
The Up-to-Date Store.
OBtMMHn

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