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Array THE EVENING WORLD
Vol. I, No. 38
ROSSLAND, B.C, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1901.
Price Five Cents.
Alhambra * Hotel
$1 a day and up.
Miners' Dinner Buckets a Specialty.
The best 25c meal In town, %-fi
The  Bar keeps only tbe Best Goods.
The Strand
The most elegant and luxuriously
fitted bar in Canada. A fine
line ol the	
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
Rossland Hotel »«
Finest Wtaee, uquora and Cigars.
Take Your Prescriptions
To
Rossland's
Pioneer Drug
Store
The first Drugstore lo be established
in the camp we have kept pace with the
city in its growth, and always carry the
best stock of Pure Drugs and Chemicals
A full line of Patent Medicines, Toilet
Arlicles, Pel fumes and Sundries, always
on hand.
V. Sc N. Phone No. 3
T. R. MORROW,
The Pioneer Druggist
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that we the undersigned intend to apply at tbe next
titling of the. Licensing Board of the
City of Hossland, for a license lo sell
wines and liquors by retail, at the "Hotel
Germania,'' now under construction on
Lot (31), Block (20), in the Railway Addition to the Town, (now City) of Rossland, B. C, opposite 0. P. R. depot.
FRITZ HAMMAN
JOHN GIEK8.
Dated at Rossland, B. C, June 13th,
Jtjoi. tf
Naw Firm.
Morrish & Co., have bought out the
litisiuess of tbe Collins House and they
will be glad to see all of their friends at
heir place of.business. tf
NOTIOE TO CONTRACTORS,
Roshland-Vei.vet Mink Wagoon Road.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Teii'ler
for Rossland-Velvet MineWafrgonRoad,"
will bo received by the undersigned up to
aad including Tlnusday, the twentieth
instant for the construction of a wagon
road from Rossland to the Velvet Mine.
Plan, profile, specification and form of
contract may be seen on or after the 7th
instant, at the office of John Kirkup,
Esq., Government Agent, Rotisland
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque or certificate
of deposit,made payable to the undersigned, for the sum of thirteen hundred;
($1,300) dollars, as security for the fulfilment of the contract, which shall be forfeited if the party tendering deeliue to
enter into contract when called upon to
do so, or if he fail to complete the work
contracted for. The cheques of unsuccessful teiialerers will be returned to
tbem upon the ex ecu i inn nf the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied and
i-igned with Ihe actual signatures of the
tenderers.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. S  GORE,
Depuly Commissioner of
Lands at Works
Lands & Works Department,
Victoria, II. C„ 3rd June, 1001.
Notice  to    Pre-Emptora   of
Landa.
Crown
Tht. attention of pre-emptors of Crown
lands is hereby called to an amendment
lo the "Land Act," passed al the last
eess'on of the Iegishiture, which provides
is follows, viz:—
"g. Pre-emptors of Crown lsnds,
whether in arrears in payment of installments of purchase inuney or not, who at
the time of coming into lorce of tbis Act
have obtained certificates of Improvement within twelve months thereafter,
shall on contoruiing with the provislnus
of lhe "Land Act" except as hereby
altered, be entitled to obtain Crown
grants of their pre emption claims upon
completing payments nf purchase money
at the rate of seventy-five cents per acre,
and Crown giant fees, which payments
may be made as follows:—
1 Twenty-five cents per acre on or before the 3l8t day of December, iqoi.
"Twenty-five cents per acre on or before the 30th day of Jane, igo2, and the
remaining—
"Twenty.fivc cents pcr acre on or before tho 31st day of December, 1902, and
without any further payment of interest
or arrears of interest."
W. S. GORE,
Depul y Commissioner of Lands & Works,
Lands and Works Department, Victoria, B. C, 1st June, iqoi.
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Are now carrying a large and complete line ot Knaliiks and hand cameras, and Amateur Photographers
Supplies at Toronto and New York
list prices. Why send away for
your goods when yon can buy right
at home and savo l.'ie mall and express charges.
CARPENTER  & CO.
"Jver Dominion Express Office
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We are now Having j
I A Big Sale of Ladies' j
Chocolate Shoes    1
II yoa see our (shoe window you are certain
t j take a Ivantage of this sale,
C. O. Lalonde,
THE SHOE MAN
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PAN-AMERICAN
Pleasant Weather and
Large Attendance.
FLAG DAY AT THE EXPOSITION
Mexican Building Opened with Elaborate Ceremonies—Daughters of
the Revolution as Ushers.
Buffalo, Juno 14.—Thin Was flag
day at the Pan-American exposition. Tlie clay was pleasant and
large crowds attended. The Mexican building was formally opened
this morning with elaborate ceremonies in which Senor Manuel de
Aasperoz, official representative of
the Mexican government, who arrived here yesterday, participated.
Later Senor Aasperoz reviewed the
Mexican troops on the Esplanade.
The flag ceremonies were held
this afternoon in the temple of
music, the Building being filled to
overflowing. * Daughters of the
Revolution acted as ushers. The
program included a number of
patriotic airs and addresses.
NORTHPORT
SITUATION
An  "Inspired" Communication trom the Seat of
War to the Review.
The following is taken from a
lengthy article appearing in yesterday's Review, purporting to have
been sent that journal from North-
port. It, is evidently "contributed"
for a special purpose. The union
men at Northport know nothing
ahout the coinmuhication, or the
sender, but it is not difficult to see
in whose interestjthe article isreally
written:
'•It is believed here that the situation at Northport is not the outcome of an effort to rig the London
stock market. It is thought to he
the opening shot in a campaign inaugurated by the corporation that
controls the smelter and the chief
Rossland mines. The object is to
increase the earning power of the
properties by a reduction of wages
more or less sweeping,
The mines have done all that is
possible to reduce the cost of production by introducing modern
machinery anil laborsavingdevices
of every description. The company is now credited with the plan
of paying a lower scale of wages in
tlie mines at Rossland as a means
of earning profits Impossible under
the existing scale.
The battle in progress here is in
itself a side issue as compared with
the far reaching results which will
attend a victory for either of the
contestants. Those who have examined the situation carefully are
disposed to believe. that labor
troubles on a far larger scale than
the existing difficulty will be precipitated in Rossland as soon as
the Nor.hport matter is settled one
way or the other.   "
If tho corporation wins at North-
port the smelter will be started and
kept running at its full capacity
for six months on the ore already
piled up in the reserve dupms.
Then the management, it is believed, can inaugurate a cut in the
wages of the miners employed in
the Rossland mines.
Fully 900 men would be affected,
and as   the   union  is strong a re
duction will be followed by a strike,
but with the smelter manned by a
non-union crew and turning out
matte lo its full capacity the mine
managers could snap their fingers
at the miners for six months. In
the meantime the union men could
have been starved out and nonunion men could have been brought
into Rossland in such numbers as
"to dominate the situation. .
The weak point in this scheme is
that the smeltermen may win the
fight here and a strike at Rossland
would undoubtedly be followed by
a sympathetic strike hero. To
close down mines and tbe smelter
at once would not suit the management's books.
At Rossland the contract system
in vogue in the big mines is anything but satisfactory to tlie miners. When the contracts were introduced lust spring the men were
granted a scale under which they
were enabled to earn good Wages
Without being driven hard. Since
then, however, the contracts' have
been reduced from time to time,
the total reductions to date being
some 30 per cent, of tho original
scale. The statement is madp that
because of these reductions there
are now only four contracts out of
the scores in the camp that are
worth having, and that on the bal
ance the men are driven to their
top speed to make a fair day's
wage. The management iscredited
with contemplating a further reduction.
Tbe interest that secures control
!at Northport has the ball at its
feet and a settlement here will
quickly be followed by the development of a real battle in Rossland."
■   Ready mixtnl painte at V. W. Pretty's
at Si per Imperial half gallon, tf
A BIG FIRE.
Hotel Destroyed at West Baden—Loss
5500,000   No one Hurt
West Baden, Ind., June 14.—The
Mineral Springs hotel was destroyed by fire early today. The
fire broke out at 1 a.m., in the bar
her shop at the south ond of the
building. It burned rapidly and
by 3 o'clock the hotel had heen
consumed. The loss is $500,000;
insurance If 100,000.
Two hundren and twenty-five
guests registered at the hotel last
night. None were injured although
most of them lost their effects.
Collis St Co., for tine commercial printing    Coll up 'phone 88. tf
American Golf.
Hamilton, Mass.,.Iuno 14.—Tho
annual championship open tournament of the II. S. Golf Association
began-this morning on the links of
tho Myopia Hunt Club. More than
fifty of the leading professionals
and half a dozen prominent amateurs participated. The links were
in excellent condition aud the
weather was lino.
For Sale or Rent—New house, four
large rooms. T. H. Brown, Kootenay
avenue, corner Washington street.   3t
English Racing.
Loudon, June 14. — Warren's
Sweet Dixie (L. ReilT,) won the
Wadham Plate at the Sundown
Park first summer meeting to-day.
Glove Contest.
At the International Music hall
this evening Bill Armstrong will
box six rounds with George Washington Brown, and a warm time is
anticipated. . Admission 20 cents,
including refreshments.
See Cinderella, the Wonder of the
World and Living Picture! in colors,
next to the V. & N„ Telephone office
next week. _.»
FIVE WERE HUNG
Negro Execution in   the
Southern States.
NOT ONE DENIED BEING GUILTY
Sang in Their Cells and Marched to
the Scaffold This Morning- The
Crime They Committed.
Sylvania, Ga., June 14.—Augustus Arnold, Andrew Davis, Richard
Saunders, Wm. Hudson and Sam.
Baldwin, all negros, were executed
in the yard of the county jail of
Screven County this afternoon. At
12.20 the drop fell.
The necks of four were broken
by the foil, the fifth died from
strangulation. The negroes bore up
well. They sang at the jail and
then marched between a squad of
soldiers to the scaffold. None of
the negroes denied being guilty.
The crime for which they .were
hanged occurred last August. It
originated in a quarrel between a
young negro named Alexanda-r and
two youug white men. A day or
two after Meads swore out a warrant against Alexander, and being
a constable, headed a.party to effect the arrest of Alexander. As
the white men approached Alexander's house they were fired upon
from ambush by apparently a dozen
guns aud rifles. Constable Meads
fell dead in his tiacks, Harrington
mortally wounded, crawled a hundred yards and died. Daniel was
wouuded but made his escape with-
Wade.
Upon the trial the five negroes
admitted they wore in the ambush
ing party, but claimed they were
forced into it by others under
threats of death if they refused. A
conviction resulted and the men
were sentenced to death.
kind. It wad private and those
who attended it consider themselves
rightly or wrongly to be under a
pledge of secreoy; but enquiries
last night left no doubt that the
language used was very free, and
that charges of the most serious
character were openly made against
various persons who are alleged to
have been concerned in the affairs
of the corporation."
" The directors, in fact, are understood to have admitted that the
corporation' is the holder of 60,000
Le Roi No. 2 shares o which only
.£2.10 has been paid, and if this is
so, tho amount of the liability on
these shares alone is £150,000."
It is further claimed that with
an alleged liability to accept delivery of stocks iu Rossland Great
Western and Kootenay shares to
the amount of about £1,000,000.
The corporation had a bank balance of i.157.
Tho News adds : " The further
fall in British Columbia shares was
the outcome of the meeting."
The position of the British America Corporation formed the sole topic
in the mining market yesterday,"
(May 30th.)
ROBBERS ESCAPED.
Pittsburg Thuga Try:to Burn Up a Woman—Saved just In Time.
Pittsburg, June 14.-Four thieves
who saw Mrs. Sadie Fowler draw
some money from the Keystone
bank yesterday, followed her for
five hours to her home and at 2
o'clock this morning beat her into
insensibility, robbed her and then
set fire to her home. When she
tried to escape from the burning
building the*meu held the doors,
but the arrival of neighbors saved
her from being suflocated. The
Robbers escaped.
Call at the Palm for a nice dish of
Hazelwood Ice Cream for 15 cents, eake,
five cents extra.
Fashionable tailoring, tailor made
suits. All work guaranteed. Mrs. Foote,
over Ward aS: McKay's grocery.
The Maine Once More,
Madrid, Juno 14.—At a cabinet
council held yesterday the Queen
Regent presiding it was decided
that any claims emanating from
American subjects relative to the
destruction of the battleship Maine
in Havana harbor should be addressed to the government of the
United States in comforniity with
the treaty of Paris,
All Ladies'  Trimmed lints to he sold
very eheap fur one week only at Eagles.
THE B. A. C.
DIRECTORS
Stormy Meeting in London
—How the Stock Went
Down.
The members of tho London Stock
Exchange, who were entitled to
receive shares iu tho Rossland Great
Western and Kootenay Companies
from the British Columbia Corporation, were invited to meet the di-
ectors of that corporation on May
.30lh. A Loudon daily—The Financial News—thus comments on what
took place:—
"The meeting,which was held
yesterday, May 30th, proved to be
of the stormiest and most turbulent
A SPECIMEN
DISPATCH
Important News from New
York of Vital Importance to Us AH.
New York, June 14.—The World
says: "Wooden dummies wearing
metal chest protectors and representing the crowned despots of
Europe are to be set up in Liberty
park, Ridgewood, L. I., next Sunday for anarchists to shoot at. Thin
occasion will be the 'grand annual
love feast of the anarchists of tl renter New York. Johann Most will
be marsliall, chief patron, and honored general. The anarchists a
year ago passed resolutions declaring that the war which they had
made upon capital and power had
not met with success. So they organized themselves into a rille club
and bought the wooden dummies. '
Because of their fear of the noiiee,
the anarchists refused to admit
that the dummies represent any
one. They say they are anonymous dummies, bat it is understood they stand for the Czar of
Russia, the German Emperor, and
other agents of power.
Six hundred anarchists have
promised to attend and blaze away
at the wooden tyrants.
Kerr Most it is said will be one
of the sharpshooters."
School Children's Eyes.
Should he promptly attended to when
they show the least sign of defect.
Many a child has lost its sight through
neglect. Wheatley's Specialty is the
preservation ol children's eight. Wheat-
ley's Optical Parlors, Schofleld's Jewelry
Store,
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,<• THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C, JUNE 14, 1961
The Evening World
By the World Publishing Company.
Published daily in Miners' Union hall, Rowland, in the interest of or_anized labor in British
Columbia.
Holered at the Rossland B. C. postofflce for
transmission through the mails, May t, 1901, as
second class reading mailer.
SUBSCRIPTION RATRS-Flftv 'cents per
month or |5'oo year, invariable in advance, Ad-
ve-tislng   ratns made known on   application.
Address all communications to James H
Fletcher, Manager, P. O. box 558, Rossland, B. C
UNION RECOGNITION.
ager Kadish starts out with the
statement that the union is to be
broken up and that certain of the
men will be taken back provided
they abandon the union.
It is evident that the management wanted trouble and wanted
it known far and wide. No other
understanding is at all possible.
Exactly why this was so we do not
know nor are we at the moment
concerned, but the Miner and Mr.;
Macdonald, now that they are both
"out of the woods," must think out]
a better and more plausible explan-|
ation of the situation at Northport]
today if they want the public to be
lieve their statements.
Messrs. Dunsmuir and Faulds,
of tho Alexandra coal mine at Nanaimo, early in the week met a
committee of the miners to discuBS
a scale of wages which would be
acceptable to the men. Sixty-six
cents a ton of 2352 pounds was
finally agreed upon. The men in
mass meeting confirmed the agreement made by the committee and
now the mines will be re-opened at
once.
An incident occurred in the conference, however, which has a bearing of its own on the outlook for
labor unions in this province. Lionel Terry, the secretary of the
union at Nanaimo, was introduced
to Mr. Dunsmuir just outside the
hall, but Mr. Dunsmuir said, "I
do not want to see the man at all,"
and later he declared that, while
he had no objection to meeting a
committee of his own workmen, he
did not want to meet a delegation
from the union. He was prepared,
he said, to employ union men, but
declined to have anything to do
with Mr. Terry, so that official retired and the agreement mentioned
was come to.
Mr. Dunsmuir is the premier of
British Columbia, the head of the
provincial government and his attitude towards labor is therefore of
interest. We do not know if there
had previously been any feeling between the union and the premier
or if his objection is the usual one
formulated by managers and the
executive heads of industrial corporations whenever a conference is
asked for or suggested.
Why could not Mr. Dunsmuir
confer with the union as a body?
Would it result in any loss of dignity on the premier's part? or
would it bind him thereafter to
anything he could object to—as a
precedent?
Where compulsory arbitration
has been worked out satisfactorily,
not only is the union recognized,
but its system forms a part of the
whole scheme. If unions were recognized and dealt with by capitalists and managers a great deal
more than they now are, it would
save a lot of unnecessary friction
and in the long run prove undoubtedly of immense value to both parties concerned. Wherever it has
been tried it has seldom, if ever,
been found to do otherwise than
work well and satisfactorily to all
concerned, and the neglect of it has
at times been responsible for protracted and useless contentions.
By all means recognize the unions and hold them responsible for
what follows.
NORTHPORT.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
The communication to the Spokane Review from Northport,whicli
we reprint today, and the extracts
from the Financial News, both
make interesting reading at the
present time. Neither tho union
men or the general public have
been mislead by the attempt of the
manager and his newspaper, the
Miner, to cover up the plain issue
at Northport. People Beem to understand very well that if the manager really meant what he stated
about the poor, threatened foreman
at Northport, aB the sole ground
for the move made, he would have
taken entirely different measures
than he did. Nothing would have
been easier, had the management
so desired, than to get rid of a few
objectionable men on some pretext
or other. Everyono knows this is
done here every day. Instead Man-
R. D.;fflcMillan,
Merchant Tailor.
L'PHONE 256.
Columbia Ave. (IP. O. Bib.
The following appeared in the
London Financial News of May 29
last. It is a perfect gem iu its
way: "We recently published a
cable from a Rossland correspondent with regard to a rich strike in
the Le Roi mine. It is now stated
that the ore at the 900-foot level
has been measured up and is estimated to be of the value of $10,-
000,000. The rumors of a strike at
the Le Roi are apparently based on
a misrepresentation of facts. There
is, it is true, some difficulty with
hands employed at the smelter,
owing to a reduction of wages imposed, but no actual strike is anticipated; and even if one should
take place, it would not be likely
to interfere with the working of the
mine or machinery, as, according
to a correspondent, the 'labor conditions are most favorable.' Moreover, the Le Roi smelter is on the
American side of the mine." And
yet there are people who say there
is no connection between the situation at Northport and stock manipulation in London I
Amateur
Photo
Supplies ^     i
Linton Bros.
$ BOOK    STORE,
No. 36 Columbia Avenue.
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H. W. SIMPSON,
—Dealer in—
Groceries, Flour,
Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Mill Feed.
Geo. Asjnew & Co.
.T Dealers in Choice Family |Gro-
eeiies,   [Provisions,    Oiockery,
' Miners' Boots; Shirts, Overalls,
etc., Waeoington etreet, north.
We expect shortly tojmove into
our large new store, adjoining
our present premise, (when we
hope to see all our oldjcustomers
as well as many new ones	
Goods delivered to any part of
the city. j Phone 191.
yAGNEW & CO.
Mrs. hn...
More, Fro
priettess..
BEST MEALS IN TOWN.
CITY BAKERY,
A. T. BENNY, Ppoprietoh
All Kinds of Plain and Fancy
Bread, Cakes and Pies	
Specialties: Wedding  Cakes, Charlotte
Russe, Jellies, Etc.)
8 Washington St.
DiiuvuKun Daily
Second avenue.
V.&N. Phone 68
The Victoria Times believes in
the principles of compulsory arbitration of labor disputes. It concludes a lengthy article thus: "The
courts settle the merits of the controversy and throw the responsibility upon the proper shouldeTS.
Compulsory arbitration has proved
a success in New Zealand, and if
the courts are properly constituted-
there is no reason why they should
not accomplish the objects for which
they aro intended in every country.
The men who are honestly anxious
for a settlement will invariably
abide by their verdict."
$1.00 corse te, 60c at Eagles.'
BURGLARS ESCAPE,
2t
Sawed Their way Out and  Killed the
Sheriff—Will Be Lynched
Fort Morgan, Colo., June 14.-
Three meen named Harry Sim-
mington, Stacey and Givens held
in the county jail on a charge of
burglary with the aid of confederates on the outside sawed their way
out near midnight. Simmington
had secured a revolver and ammunition. As they were leaving the
jail they were discovered by Sheriff
Clavert. who tried to stop them
and was Bhot through the body by
Simmington. He will probably
die.
Deputy-Sheriff Nelson raised a
posse anil soon recovered Stacey
and Givens. But Simmington
eluded his pursuers. The authorities have sent to Pueblo for bloodhounds. Lynching is threatened
if the man is caught.
O.M.Fox&Co.
Grocers,
Teas .and Coffees.   Crockery and Glassware.
Columbia Avenue,
near Queen.
Rossland
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 oi but not often seen;
Neat and clean furnished
roOms can always be had
At such low prices as will make
the workingman glad.
aacoi. Ave.  Geo. H- Green, Prop.
THOS. EMBLETON
the West Le Roi avenue Grocer,
KEEPS   EUERYTMINta
THE MINER WANTS TO EAT
Fancy and Staple Groceries and
Provisions at lowest prices.    Goods delivered to any part of the city.
V. 8tN. Tel.
lit, P.O. box
89a. Office	
anal Yards-
Third Are-
uueaiidWash
itigton street
Op. Red Mt.
Depot ,...
PORTO RICO
LUMBER CO.
LIMITED
Rough and Dressed
Lumber.Shingles,
Mouldings and A-l
White Pine Lumber Always in Stoek
Milt at Porto Rico Siding, Ynrda at
Rossland and Nelson. Head office at Nei-
Bon, B. Ct We curry ft complete stock of
coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish,
Turned Work. Sash eB and Doors. Special
order work will receive prompt attention
LOOK HERE I
Talk  about getting  a  Good
Meal, just iry one at tbe
St. Charles Hotel
Everything comfortable nt the
St. Charles. Good music iu the
evening free. Good Wine.Whisky
and Cigars for money.
Uf You Don't Know
You Should Know
THE
HOFFMAN HOUSE
The Meals and Rooms are the Beat
♦ ♦♦'♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦M»MiM»M»».»
Harrv Mcintosh,  Proprietor,
Hello, boys, call around and see
Davidion & Quixley at their new place
ul business, the "Queen," Columbiu
avenue. tf
A  BIG  FIRE.
Large Building Burnt to the Ground-
Lost $25,000.
This would not have happened it lhe
biiilding had been lighted by electric
lights. Besides coal oil is costly,and there
is the trouble of filling lamps, taking
care of wicks and the breakage ot chimneys. Eleclric light reduces the cost ol
your insurance, lessens the dinger from
fire and adds to the comforts of the store
and home. Electric power supplied tor
mimnj.' and manulactnring purposes.
Motors for rent or sale. Estimates furnished for wiling and hunting. Rinv
up 'phone 67. Roseltnd Water and
Eight compsny.
IntemationalilMusic Hall i
* Week Commencing Monday, June io.
r>
Armstrong & O'Neill,
In "Fun in a Club."
Kirehmer's* Katzenjaramer Kids
Fred Hobbs,
£Purita & Kirchner's Famous Orchestra.1}
1        The International Liquor Store'EJ |
ChoiceJDomestioJdandO Imported} jWinesJand   |
Liquors at the Lowest Prices. Jji
LOTS OF LOTS.
Lots and Acreage Prop'
ertv for Sale.
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Those wishing to buy desirable lots
in] any^O oij] the Railway Additions, or
aoreage near the [ city, Garden Lands,
Fruit Farms, Chicken Ranches, Etc., are
requested to call at our City Office.   ^
We have some fine residence lots
which we offer at prices and terms none
can object to. *fc ^ *& Come and let us
show you what we have to offer.
E. CHARLES, Land Agent,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway,
Cor. Third avenue and, Washington St. Opp. Rid Mt. By,
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WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke,Green-
wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL  MARKETS-Kossl.-ind. Trail,  Nelson, Ymir.  Kaslo,
Sandon, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, Grand Forks,
Greenwood,  Phoenix, Midway, Camp   McKinney,
Revelstoke, Ferguson and Vancouver.
Fish,   Game and   Poultry In Season,  Sausages of  All Kinds.
WM. DONALD, Manager Rossland Branch
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WOOD
I have taken over the control of the Re I Slur Trailer Company's wood business and oidajrs left, willi
me at lhe old stand on  Washington street will re
ceive prompt attention.   Well seasoned wood of all kinds delivered to any
pan of the city.
Washington Street,
Opposite Bank of Montreal.
W. F. LINGLE.
THEiBRAGKMAN-KER MILLING CO. Ltd.
The freshest It-aits in season   always
lit Paulson Bros, tf
-DEALERS IN	
Haw, Grain,Feed4 Mill Stuffs
B.& K. Rolled Oats, Cereal Products,
Wheat, Whole Corn, Cracked Corn and
WHQLE6ALE AND RETAIL.
The Peooles Store,
cxjirroisr block:
Recently received a large consignment
Clothing   Missent on  December 28th,      \
and on  refusing to  accept them they
were allowe a
is
40 Per  Gent Reduction
For which the customer will receive the benefit.
This is no Fake,       Seethe Goods ana
Prices marked and be Convinced.
J THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C, JUNE 14, iqoi
LE ROI NO. 2
SHIPMENTS
What the Manager Said
Last Month to His English Directors.
RUSSIAN   DISASTER.
Ship Yards Consumed.   Heavy Loss
of Life and Property Yesterday.
General manager Bernard Mac-
Donald's report on tbe general outlook for the mine up to the 1st of
last month states: "The develop*
ment of the oro bodies during the
month has been very gratifying indeed. The stoping has shown that
the ore shoots have increased considerably iu extent, or maintained
the averge dimensions recorded in
the previous month's report. The
tonnage shipped during April was
4,469, as against 3,400 dry tons
shipped during the month of March
an increase of 1,069 tons for April.
The gross value for April shipments
was $72,173 as agsinst $55,419 for
March, an increase of (16,735.
Good progress is being made in
sinking the throe compartment
shaft on the No. 1, and the
three compartment shaft on the
Josie, both of which have attained
quite respectable depths. Every
thing is 1 tinning smoothly about
the properties.
APRIL  SHIPMENTS.
- Gross value of 4,469 ton..
Per ton
1,799 oz gold $30,961 or $8.o4
0,389 "  silver     3,833 or   .80
196,288 lb. copper  32,377 or 7.24
- Total gross value       $72,173   $16.i4
Goldat$2o.   Silver .60.   Copper .16>_
Dabts Only $5000
Berlin, June 14.—The liabilities
of Louis Stern, the former United
States commercial agent at Bamberg, Bavaria who committed suicide at that place June 10th, by
shooting himself, amount to about
$5000.
St. .Petersberg, June 14.—The
fire at the Galley's Island ship
yards yesterday consumed the slips,
the cruiser Witjas and other vessels, the goverument and other
buildings and a large stock ol timber. The flames also leaped tho
Neva Fontanka Canal destroying
several military warehouses filled
with supplies. According to the
Novoe Vromja twelve persbns lost
their lives in the (lames. Tho damage done amounts to a million
roubles.
Odd Fellow's Excursion to Deer Park,
June 17th. 5t
PARISIAN   FATALITY.
Explosion   In   a Cartridge  Factory.
Many Killed and Injured
Paris, June 14.—An explosion in
a cartridge factory situated in tho
suburb < f Lea Moulincaux has resulted in the loss of lifteon lives aud
the injuring of about twenty persons. Thc bodies were horribly
mutilated. The majority of those
injured were women.
MANILA NEWS
Rebels   Giving    Up--Rinderpest   in
Panay Alarming the People.
Manila, June 14,—Col. Bolaaes,
with five officers and forty one rifles
has surrendered at L,ipa, Bahtgas
province.
The island of Panay is being ravaged by Rinderpest and so great is
the havoc caused by the disease
that natives are hauling the dead
iu carts to Illio.
Gailles, the Insurgent leader iu
Lagttua province, will surrender a
hundred guns to General Sumner
tomorrow at Santa Cruz.
For choice fruits and fresh c.inilies
call at 41 Columbia avenue, or orders by
V. & N. 'Phone 159 will be delivered to
jou.   If
Montreal's Tragedy.
Montreal, June 13.—Young Red-
path died in the hospital at 11.50
p. m., without regaining consciousness.
Great bargains in Children's Hats,
trimmed and untrimmed at Eagles'     2t
Sunday  Closing,
Call at F. W.  Prelty's and see their
wall paper at 11 cents per single roll.   If 1
ASSYRIAN LOST.
Steamer Goes to Pieces in a Storm.--
Wrrcking Tug Also Lost-
Si. Johns, N. Fid., June 14.—
The Leyland lino steamer Assyrian,
ashore off Cape Race, went to pieces
during lhe night, and this morning
is a total wreck. Owing to the
fury of tbe gale and the tremendous
sea, little of the cargo has beeu
saved.
The tug Petrel, while engaged
in attempting to assist the Assyrian was forced upon the rocks yesterday afternoon and has also become n total wreck.
Rochester, June 14.—The appellate conrt, which haB had the
matter regarding the Sunday closing of the Pan-American exposition
before it, has dismissed the application.        	
Just rerclved a consignment of the
latest designs in wall paper at F. W
Pretty's. tf
Chinese Indemnity.
Pekin, June 1 ..-Indications' point
to a probable definite settlement
; of the indemnity question at the
1 next meeting of the ministers which
is expected to take place Saturday
The ministers feel it is absolutely
necessarp that a strong effort should
made to terminate the affair.
Tickets on sale at Ewert Bros., for the
Odd Fellow's Excursion to Deer Park,
June i7th.   •    • 5t
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CORSET FITTING BY A NEW YORK FITTER.
Miss G. D. SEXTON, of New York,
Representing the Celebrated      I	
WILL BE AT OUR STORE
W. B. and "La Vida" Corsets
Saturday, June 15 and Monday, June 17
And will Pit the above makes FREE OF CHARGE.
This is a great opportunity for the ladies of Rossland
to be Fitted by an epxerienoed Fitter. We cannot speak
too nighly of the "La Vida" Corset, for elegance and
comfort it is unequalled. „
ON ACCOUNT OF OUR RETIRING FROM BUSINESS IN
ROSSLAND WE WILL MAKE A SPECIAL DISCOUNT OF
25 PER CENT ON EVERY PAIR,
Phone 90
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The Leading
Dry Good
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Bath Cabinets
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Electric Belts,
FOR SALE BY IHE
Rossland Drug Co.
Phone 185      P. O. Box 568
Traders Block,        Queen nnd Columbia avenue
Maii OrderB Promptly Attended to
Spokane Falls & Northern
NELSON & FT. SHEPPARD RY.
Red Mountain Ry,
The ouly all-rail route between all points easi.
west and south to Rosslaitd, Nelson, and all intermediate points, connecting at Spokane with
the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O.  R.
& N. Co.
Connect at Nelson with steamers for Kaslo and
Kootenay lake points.
Connect at Meyers Falls with daily ►tage for
Republic, aud connect at Bossburg with daily
stage for Grand Forks and Greenwood,
EFFECTIVE MAY 5
Leave. Arrive.
9:00 a.m.        Spokane 7:35 p.m.
12:50a.m.       Rossland.        4:10 p.m.
9:10a.m. Nelson. 7:15 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON,
General Passenger Agt,
Spokane, Wash.
H. P. BROWN,
Agent, Rossland, R C
You want a  Label  Cigar and you want
the best?   If that is so, try our
High Grade
Union Cigars
We also handle a fine line ol Im]
ported Cuban goods.
The Queen Cigar Store
CROW & MORP.1S, Piops.
Columbia  Avenue.
CENTRAL
MEAT  MARKET.
Fresh and Halt Meats, Fish Game,
Poultrv and Oysters.
G.   W.   KERR.
Washington street and First ave.
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-A FEW PAY DAY SPECIALS...)
A BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF BOYS AND CHILDRENS SUITS, NEW PATTERNS
CHILDREN'S WASH GOODS
Boys' cluck wash suits, regular $2.75, Saturday $1,65
Boys' crash wash suits, regular $2.25, Saturday $1.55
Boys' Pique suits, regular $2.50, Saturday, for $1.60
Boys' Tennis Shoes, in all sizes.
A SNAP
100 Pairs
Boys' Oxfords
Tweed Knicker
Pants Age 310 *2 yrs*
PER PAIR       O/^C
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Men's Egyptian Balbriggan Underwear, Worth $1.50, Saturday $1 per Suit
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New American Shirts
Light Underwear
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5 Complete Departments.
Dry Goods,        Groceries,
Furnishing Goods, Hardware,
China and Glassware.
HUNTER   BROTHERS
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STOCK MARKETS
Business Only Fair on the
Exchange Today.
ALL WATCHING THE HOMESTAKE
Prices Remain About the Same-
The Latest Sales and Quotations
Here and at Toronto.
Interest at tho present time' centers largely in Homestake aud this
stock is being closely watched,
Some 12,000 shares in various mining properties were disposed of this
morning on the local exchange but
there is no material change in
prices to note.
Appended will be found today's
quotations and sales here and in
Toronto.
Today's Toronto Quotations.
Asked Bid
War Eagle        21 18
Ceutrt, Star        42 38
IronMask        2(1). 24,1.
Rambler-Carihoo....       32 30
Giant         4 3
California          4 3
Evening Htar	
Republic        11 ID).
Payne        32 27
Toronto sales today included:
Mountain Lion 3500 at 21Jc, C. O.
F. S 1000 at 5_c, and Deer Trail
2000 at 2.c.
Today's Local Quotations:
Asked Bid
Athabasca f 4 oo
B. C, Oold Fielals  .1
Big Three  2% i
Black Tail  yJ4 HA
Braudou & Gulden Crown  3
California -.  iA 3Y,
Canadian Gold Fields  7 3).
Cariboo (Camp McKinney)  391/1 33'7a
CentreStar  41 39
Crows Nest Pass Coal f s.i aw   f80 00
Deer Trail No. a...-  3 att
Dundee     10
Evening Star|Assess. paid)  4 2
Giant  3« 3
Homestake (Assess, paid)  14 13Y,
Iron Mask (Assess, paid)  36 2411
Ira   Colt :  I
IX t,  ao
Indian Chief (Spitzee)  t 3
lunabo  10
Kin   (OroDeuoro)  iV- 3
Knob   111...  60 50
LonePne  6J_ 5
Mont      hrlstp  3 1
Montreal Gold Fields  3A 2
Mouiing Glory  4% 3^
Morrison	
Mountain I.ion  35 siYa
NobJe Pive  4
North Star (Kast Kootenay)  70 50
Novelty         1% A
Old Ironsides  8s 75
Payne  32 37
Peoria Mines  thi
Princess M-ual  2 1*4
8ullp  37 33
ambler-Cariboo  31 30
Republic  11 tj}(
Rossland Bonanza G. M. & S. Co. 4 3-/,
St. Klano Consolidated  5 3Y,
Sullivan  &% ia
Tamaroc (Kenneth) Assess, paid. 5 3%
Tom Thumb  14K ,
Van Auda  2V.
Virginia  3 1
War Bagle Consolidated  sa 18
Waterloo           ,%
White Bear  3>i
Winnipeg  4
Today's Sales:
Rambler-Cariboo, 1000, .r>00,30ic:
1000, 30c; Homestake, 1125, 1000.
13ic, 1000, 133c; Centre Star, 2000,
500, 41c, 500, 40_c; Iron Mask,
1500, 26c; Giant, 1000, 3c 1000, 3-Jc.
Total sales, 12,125 shares.
If yon want bargains go to Eagles.  2l
Hello, Hartley, box of strawberries.
I Phone 171, V.&N.
J L. Whitney & Co.
MINING   BROKERS.
6. O. ind Washington Stocka a specialty
47 Columbia avenue.
The Reddin-Jaekson Co.,Ltd. Ly
ESTABLISHED 1806
STOCK BROKERS
Money Loaned on Real Estate at 12 per
annum on monthly payments.
Richard  Plewraan
Stock   Broker
Bank of Montreal Building
V. & N. Phone 82
MINOR   MENTION.
The new palatial office of the
chief of police at the city hall is
completed.
The synod of the diocese of Kootenay will meet in Nelson on Wednesday and Thursday, June 19th
and 20th.
The mill at the Arlington mine,
near Erie, has commenced crushing and is now working smoothly,
says the Tribune. It is a purely
crushing plant without amalgamation. The plant consists of two
steam stamps, jigs, Wilfey tables
and frue vanners. The nominal
capacity of the plant is 30 tons per
day, but it is expected this will be
greatly exceeded on the Arlington.
Harry Mackintosh and family
arc back from a fortnights visit to
Halcyon Springs.
Remember the Trail Odd Fellows excursion to Deer Park on
Monday. The special train will
leave here at 6 a.m.
John B. Clute, a Rossland mining
barrister, who is hero recuperating
from the effects of a siege of pneumonia, is almost recovered. He
expects to leave for his home in a
day or so.—Review.
What does this item in yesterday's Spokesman nean? "Bela
Kadish, manager of the Northport
smelter, is here arranging for a
residence. He expects to move his
family here."
Brushes.... hisjk3K2_s_sk.ksk2_scscsk2h
ORDE & CO.,
Mining Stocks,   Real
Estate, Fire Life and
Aocident Insurance	
No. 46 Columbia Ave. Telephone 61
TELEPHONES:
Office 83
Residence 239
CHAS. E. BENN,
Stocks, Mines, & Real Estate
Bougst and Sold on Commission
Did it ever strike you how much
Brushes, have to do with your
Comfort, Style and Appearance
A good ((having or tooth brush
from which the HAIRS WILL
NOT COME OUT, adda tnuoh
to your comfort, while well
brushed (hair and clothea add
much to your appearance. Our
stock of brushes of all kinds is
very lnrge, well selected and of
the best quality. If you want •
brush of any kind, try us.
Great  bargains  in   email  wares  a,
Ea.len. 2tf
Last chance to eee the present program Ihis week. Change on Monday; we
will also show the Queen's Funeral by
special request with Cinderella all next
week at Guelph hlock. 2t
HONOLULU AFFAIRS.
Investigating the Homs Rule Party-
Like Naw York.
Honolulu, June 7, via Sao. Francisco, Calif., June* 14.-—Judge A. S.
Humphreys, of the circuit court,
has ordered the grand jury to investigate tlie acts of the Home Rule
party for the purpose of ascertaining where their campaign funds
came from and for what purpose
they were spent. This action was
taken as the result of the claim tbat
the Home Rule members of the
legislature partook of luncheon at a
well known restaurant, and permitted ' he owner of a street car
line which was after a railway franchise to pay for the meate.
Goodeve   Bros.,
Druggists and .Stationers.
a^It pays to deal with Qoodeve Bros.
Service of Song.
There will be a service of song
given in the Baptist church on Sunday evening. Special preparations
have been made by the choir for
several weeks, and Mrs. Mclnnis
who is one of the most popular singers
of the city will sing at tho above
service also.
Special train leaves the depot at 6
a.m., for the Odd Fellow's Excursion
June 17th. 5t
Moving  Plcturea.
The high grade moving pictures
on sbow at the Guelph Block are
very good and every one should see
tbem. Next week there will be au
entire change of programme, and
by request the pretty story of Cinderella will be produced.
See the pictures on view now before the change is made.
Take your best girl and a well-filled
lunch basket to tbe OJd Fellow's Excursion to Deer Park, June 17th. 6t ,
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
Frank Waldrou, city;
Anna White, city.-
J, C. Thono, Republic.
William Moyie. Republic.
W. L. Potter, Slooau.
J. A. Henderson,: Toronto.
H. Sleevart, Vancouver.
J. C. Rea and wife, city.
R. F. Rubledge- Montreal,
See the bargain window at Eagles'. 2t
Fur Sale or to Lease—The Columbia
Hotel,Trail, B.C. Apply to G. A. White
on Ihe premises. fi-laj-tf
Call at the Palm for a nice dish of
Hazelwood Ice Cream for 15 cents, cake,
live cents ertra.
THE LE ROI
SHIPMENTS
Bernard Macdonald's Report Sent to  London
Last Month.
See the bargain window at Eagles.   2t
See our window display.   Best canned
goods in the market.   Paulson Bros,     t
A NEW YORK
DROWNING
Fate   of   a   Professional
Diver—Pumps Were
Clogged.
From the general manager's report on the Le Roi sent to the directors in London last month the
following is extracted:
Thc shipments made to the
Northport smelter for April totalled 21,066 dry tons, giving an assay
value of $12.33 per ton as  follows;
PER TON
8252 oz. gold. . . $165,056 or * 7 83
14,205 oz.silver. 8,523 or 41
522,2191b copper   86,166 or     4 09
Total gross values  $259,746 or $12 33
Gold $20, silver 60c, copper 16_c.
General review: "The results of
the mining operations for the
month adds strength to the belief
that the Le Roi is one of tho big
mines of the world."
If you want bargains go to Ragles.   2t
Call at the Palm tor a nice dish of
Hazelwood Ice Cream for 15 cents, cake,
Ave cents extra,
New York, June 14.—Martin
Anderson, a professional diver, lost
his life while at work in the East
river today. Anderson went down
this morning to clean out some
blast holes which had been cut in
a rock ledge it was desired to remove, and to plaoe dynamite cartridges in the drill holes. While
he was at the bottom of the river
the air machine pumps became
clogged. When the pumpers found
they could get no response to their
signals they drew Anderson to the
surface. Upon opening the diving
suit it was found that he was dead.
The contractor, George Rogerb, was
arrested and remanded to the custody of the coroner.
The greatest bargains in corsets) yon
ever saw at Eagles. 2tf
Inqueat Today.
Coroner Reddick summoned a
jury af the city hall thiB afternoon
at 3:30 to inquire into the Gill fatality at the Le Roi mine yesterday. The jury will visit the scene
of the accident-.
Hello, Hartley,   doz of strawberries.
'Phone 171, V. & N.
Set tht   great   bargain  window at
Xaglel. Stf
The Crescent Dry Goods Qo.
.mporters and Retail Dealers of Dry Goods, Etc.
Oceans of Notions!
To be found in our Small ware Department,
Every line represented in large quantities/
Pi"5, 2 for 5c, 5c and ion
Safety Pins, per card 5c
Hat Pins per doz, 5c
Hair Pine 4 boxea for 5c
Hair Pins two boxes for 5c
Hair Pins  per box ,r>e
Hair pins per box ioc
Hone Hair Pins per doz. 15c
Bone Hair Pins per doz. 25c, 35c and 50c
Black Toilet Pins per caril 5c
Curling Tongs...... 5c ioc and 15c
Kid Curlers ec, ioc and 15c
Wire Curlers 5c, [ioc and 15c
Knitting Needles pCr set. 5c
Corticelli Tape 6 yards for 5c
India Tape four hunches for 5c
Feather stitched Braid Bix yards for ioc
Pocket books   5c and up
Hair Combs ioc and up
Hair Brushes 25c and up
Side Combs ioc and up
Silk Cords  2 yards for 5c
Cushion Cords 7c, ioc and 15c
Silk Spools, Crochet Silks, Etc.
B. & A.Crochet Twist per spool 5c
Ii. & A. Crochet Twist  two spools fori 5c
Corticelli Crochet Silk per spool 20c
Peerless Knitting Silk per spool 2_e
B. St A. Filo Embroidery two skeins [or 5c
Beading's Embroidery Silks six skeins for 25c
Silko Crochet Cord four spools for 25c
Crochet Cords per spool 5c
Knitting Cottons per spool 5c
Wool Mendings per skein 5c
Silk Mendings per skein 50
Embroidery Hoops ioe, 15c and 25c
Lace Cushion Tops 15^*250 and 35c
Cushion Tops from 35c and up
Petroleum Jelly per Bottle 5c
Dress Shields per pair 100
Hooks and Eyes  .6 doz for 5c
Hooks and Eyes, patent 4 doz for 5c
Basting Cotton 2 spools for 5c
Baby Ribbons ic per yd, 2 for 50 and up
Whalebone Sticks     each 5c
Handkerchiefs 5c, 6 lor 25c
Handkerchiefs ' ioc, 3 for 25c
Handkerchiels 15c, 2 lor 25c
Handkerchiefs 200, 3 for qoc and up
No. 5 Ribbons, all colors 3 yds for ioc
No, 9 Ribbons per yd 5c
No. 16 Ribbons per yd ioc
Special lines ol Ribbons, wide widths, silk
and satins , 20c and 2;c
Veilings, special  150 and 25c
Children's Bibs ioc and up
Writing Pads each ioc
Pom Poms per doz 150 and 20c
Fancy Neck Frilling ner yal 25c
Fancy Elnslics were 3511, for 25c
Val. Luces per doz 15c and up
Wash Veils each 15c
Kid Gloves 75c and up
Beauty Pins 2 for 5c
Leather Belts  each 25c
'1 racing   Wheels 5c and ioc
Battenburg Threads and Braids.
The Crescent Dry Goods Co., lw.
ASSAULTED
THE JUDGE
Chatham Criminal Tries to
I Stab Judge and Crown
Attorney.
Chatham, June 14.—A desperate
attempt was made to murder Judge
Bell and Comity Crown Attorney
Douglas in the county court yesterday afternoon by Andrew Epperson awaiting sentence for stabbing
his paramour, Ida Allison, last
April.
Epperson got possession of a
lazor which was one of the exhibits
used in the stabbing case and which
was in front of thejudgeand rushed
toward the bench, but was overpowered before doing damage.
Ladies' Walking Ilats,usual price $1 Do
up, reduced to 2;c and 50c at Eagles. 2t
A car of Boulter's canned goods just
arrived at Paulson Bros. tf
The Waragraph Coming.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, June
18th and 19th, in the Miners' Union ball,
the Celebrated Waragraph Company of
London, England, will present their excellent leproduction ol the British-Boer
Wif, wiih many other colored and beautiful subjects.
The company left Halifax over a year
ago and has met with wonderful success
throughout Canada, and are hooked iu
Vancouver and Victoria for the first two
weeks in July. The cotnpauy comes to
Raissliniil very highly recommended by
thc Halifax, Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto
and Winnipeg press. Besides moving
pictures.the company carries mechanical
effectB which makes each subject very
fine and realistic, and adds wonderful
effects. No doubt there will be a crowded house both nights next week. Seats
are placed on sale at Roll's Drug Store.
Funeral on Sunday.
Arrangements were completed
this afternoon t > have a double
funeral on next Sunday afternoon,
when the bodies of the late Samuel
Waters who diet! at the hospital,
and Joseph Qill will be buried in
the Columbia cemetery.
The Miners' union will have
charge of the funeral. .
Don't fail to go to the Odd Fellow's
Kicunion to Dor Park, -Tun* i7th.    8
The International Correspondence Schools
Offers your choice oi.76 Different Courses of Study.
28.5,000  Students and Graduates.     Teaching under 71 d iTerenl flags.
LALONDE BLOCK,*)
C. HEB.HBAUGH, MANAGER
Local Office:
CALL AND SEE.ME
Furniture Sale.
Any person desiring to purchaae second hand furniture will do well to call at
the residence of Rev. W. T. Staekhouse.
First avenue. Bargains can be had in
bed room sets, stoves, kitchen utcnsilc,
ate. Call betwei'ii 10:30 a.m. anal fi p.m.,
anyday this week. 6-l_-2-t
A few Wrappers left at Engle", original
price $3.50, to clear them out $1.75 each.
Odd Fellow's Excursion to Deer Park,
June 17th.   5t
Wall Paper and Paints.
See Daniels and Chambers lor the
latest designs in wall paper and tha
best quality of paints. Phone V. & N.
182. tf.
Hollo, Hartley,   box  ol  strawberries
'Phone 171, V. & N.
Cross & Blackwcll's marmalade jams
and pickles at Paulson Bros. If
Get Your Papers
and magazines at the Poatollice New
Stand. A full line of stationery alway
on hand. Agency for the Evunimi
Wobi.d.
Hello, boys, call around and see
Davidson & Qufglt-y at their new place
ol business, the "Queen," Columbia
avenue. tf
Call at F. W.  Pretty's and see their
wall paper at 11 cents per single roll,   tf
Is v it ry, IihK-jk ai'la-nl Order of a.aaotl
• vJbVJT. X . Templars mcols every
Thursday Evening In Oalal fellow* Hall, Queen
street Members ail tile oraler visiting the a-ily
wsll be coialiHlly welcomed,
O. J. B, I.ANH, W. H. CKKIT/.,
C. I. Secretary.
If\   {_   1?     Meets in Oalal   Fellows Hall
.\J.\J.aV .   od Queen    Street,   between
First and Seconal avenues.     Regular meetings
each Monday night.
W. 8. Murphy, Se", M. Henderson, N. O.
Library Plan.
Some time ago we mentioned the
University Traveling Library as a
favorable means of obtaining reading matter reasonably. For a five
years' ceurse with 2000 books, embracing forty subjects in all branches
of learning, science and literature.
A small membership fee is charged
and 25 cents every three months
dues. 1 E. E. Crossen, organizer.   5t
Oddfellow'" Excunion to Deer Park,
June i7th. 6t
Canadian ^
^Pacific Ky.
Pan American
Excursions
$76.00
Buffalo
AMD RETURN
June 18, July 2, 16 and August
6, 20, and Sept. 3, 17.
ALL RAIL or LAKE ROUTE
For Fursther Particulars apply to
A. C. McArthur, Depot Agt.
A. B. MACKENZIE, City Agt.
Rossland, B. C.
J. S. CARTER, D. P. A.
Nelson, B. O.
E. I. Coyle A. G. P. A
Vancover. B. C
Roaaland Electric Laundry
Has stood the test of time. By
patronizing the above laundry you
not only get good work but you
have the satisfaction of knowing
the money is spent in fiossland.    6t
Rossland Cigar Factory.
Why not patronize a home in-
dutsryV It will assist Union labor
and keep the money at home. Ask
for a Crown Grant or W. B. Cigar
when you buy.

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