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 THE EVENING  WORLD
Vol. Ill NO. 13I
ROSSLAND, B. C,   FRIDAY, JANUARY, 22    [904
Price Five Cent
8 RusseFs Kidney and Liver Pills
.    ARE  PURELY   VEGETABLE
A Positive Cure For  Kidney   Trouble,
Liver Complaint, Headache, Billiouaness,
Cositiveness And Dyspepsia.
ONE PILL A DOSE
25c    A BOX OR 5   BOXES  .FOR  $1.00.
Sold in RoBBland, At
Morrow's Drug Store
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NEWS IN A
NUTSHELL
Items of Interest  Round
the World.
LATEST TELEGRAPH BULLETINS
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To the Public;
In answer to the Miners slander
we annonnce that, with every
opportunity, we have made no
change in our rates since the
suspension of Stunden ft Co.
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Our Prices are Right
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> The Brackman-Ker MillingCompany
-DEALER IN-
All kinds of Cereals, Breakfast Foods, Hay and Grain.
iff Agent
for Pratt's Celebrated Poultry Food
Bc3S3xsisai>86agxs:s|
DR. BRUHN'S  W
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OINTMENT
Has established itself aB a household necessity and
has a reoord of Cures unparelleled in the history of
Medioine, It oures old and new Sores, Ulcers,
Kcezema, Salt Rheum, Itohing Piles, Chafinge,
Pimples, Blackheads and all Skin Diseases. This
Ointment has been in uce almost half a Century.
Testimonials from thousands who have been
oured of Skin Diseases of long standing testify
to its Curative qualities.
The Doings of Conspicuous Persons
Afecting Canadian Interests.
Chief Woydt in Spokane iB defying the mayor.
Another defeat has been inflicted
upon the Mad Mullah.
Floods are devastating western
Pennsylvania.
Ontario hss a surplus for its government of the past year.
The oity assessor of Vanoouver
has plaoed the population of that
oity at over 34,000.
Beoauae of the drivers strike in
St. Louis policemen had to be pall
bearers at a funeral-
King Peter of Servia will abdicate. His successor will have to
see that the regicides are punished.
Wells Fargo have been held up
for a safe and its contents by California robbers.
Tibetans are vainly threatening
to ask Russia for help if the British
forces advance further into their
country.
Russia professes to be more
afraid of the alliance with Great
Britain than of Japan itself.
Mr. Chamberlain has held a particularly successful meeting at
Guildhall, London.
There ie no hope held out for a
reduction in British taxation during the coming British seesion of
Parliament.
The Amerioan Protective Tariff
League has assumed an uncompromisingly hostile attitude towards
reciprocity.
At the Conservative oonvention
in Kamloops Martin Burrill of
Grand Forks was nominated for
the House of Commons.
Mayor Han is of Chicago is
assailed by the sheriff because of
hiB failure to enforce the law
against the trade unions.
Colonial Seoretary Lyttleton, has
ruffled the backs of Canadians by
upholding the decision of Lord
AlverBtone at a dinner in Montreal.
A visit by Col. Younghusband to
the Tibetan oamp at Kuru developed amioable overtures from the
Tibetans.
Japan's attitude over the Manchurian situation is still as uncom-
I promising as ever, feeling that the
BuBBia has to be fought sooner or
later.
and very little loss in the tailings.
The concentrates run $108 to the
ton, as follows:Gold $74, silver $12
oopper $22, The ore concentrates
1 to 50. The value of the ore now
being milled runs $12.
Prices out and slashed, for
next 10 days,at the Crescent.
the
COMPARISON OF FOODS
Comparative Cost of Living to Workmen in Different Countries.
On the question of comparative
cost of living of workmen's families
in the United States and England
answers are given to certain questions by English trade union representatives who visited the United
StateB. Thereplys differ greatly,
but the majority of the representatives thought tbat the Amerioan
workers are better fed than the
Englisn because wages are higher.
The price of foe? in the United
States is much the Bame as in Eag
land; some articles are dearer and
others are correspondingly cheaper.
The American workers seemed to
be {better housed, although rente
are higher, ranging, it wonld appear, from twenty to 100 per cent,
more.
The following table shows the
average weekly income of families
inoluded in the statistics, and the
amounts they spend on foods alone
in the oountries mentioned.
Weekly Spent on
Inoome    Food
Oreat Britain $8.13    $3.68
Franoe    611      2.76
Germany....'....    4.78      2.26
United States  11.13        4-2
Belgium     5.42      2 60
Switzerland    5.21      2.88
Big bargains to be had for the
balanoe of the month, at the Rummage Sale, at the Crescent.
Klllsd by Tornado.
IS LILLOOET
VACANT
Question Before the Legislature
NO EXTENSION OF 8 HOUR LAW
Private Members Day at the House
—Various Matters
/■     Discussed
Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 22.—Ad-
vioes reoeived here reports the total
destruotion of the town of Mounds-
by a tornado. It is claimed tbat
there are over thirty people killed
and a great many more injured.
TROUBLES   IN   KOREA
Directions for use—Apply freely night and morning, or often ae required.
THE GOLD   CUP
Sueceaaful
Work    Carrlad
Ymir
Ou*   at
 PRICE	
50 Cents a 8ox
MANUFACTURED BY
Dr. Bruhn Medical So.
NEW YORK
Sole agent for Rossland, T.   R. MORROW, The OfUgglst
• CALL FOR A TRIAL BOX
An Insurrection is Feared
and Ministers are
Resigning.
Ymir, Jan. 22—Manager Wolfe,
of the Oold Cup mine.while in toTn
today, reported the shaft from the
tunnel station being sunk 40 feet
with 5$ feet of ore in the bottom.
The ore, specimens of whioh he had
with him, oertainly look well, being liberally sprinkled with gold
and showing muoh sulphides. Hi°
mill i e now busy treating tbe ore,
tbe first teat being  very aatisfao-
Seoul, Jan. 22.—-The oity is quiet
at pesent. Seven out of the ten
ministers of the Korean oabmet
haAe resigned, and four new new
ones have been appointed. They
are all neutral as regards the re
vival of the progressive independence clause which the government opposes.
A serious insurrection is threat'
ened in the southern provinces be
oause of offioial oppression.
Viotoria, Jan. 22.—A ripple of
interest was created by a criticism
by Oliver of Hawthornthwaite'e
bill respecting the slaughter of deer
as he voiced a rumor which had
been circulated ever since the
measure had been introduced
The bill not only prohibits the
slaughter of deer, but repeals a
olause in the present aot whioh
prohibits the exportation of rawhides.
Oliver mentioned that the bill
was peculiarly favorable to certain
large fur dealers in Viotoria, who
had thousands of dollars worth of
deer bides whioh they oould thus
dispose of at a profit. The bill,
however, passed second reading.
Mr. Oliver also made an attempt
to secure the appointment of a
committee to investigate whether
the seat for Lillooet ia vacant or
not, in view of the statement made,
yesterday by the premier in that
connection. He first asked the
speaker to rule on it, and suggested
that MoDonald was too honorable
to hold a seat to which, aooording
to the premier's admission, he was
not entitled. The premier, however, disputed the claim that he had
admitted the seat to be vaoant, and
the incident passed.
Mr. Paterson challenged the bill
which Hawthornthwaite haB up
amending the Steam Boiler Inspection Aot. He took the ground that
the aot originally was intended as a
protection only for property and
life, whereas there was now a tendency to create a olose corporation.
His remarks were elicited by a
seotion offered by Mr. Bowser,
whereby it is provided that a third-
olass engineer shall be entitled to
take charge of a steam plant of not
more than 250 horse power or of a
compound engine plant up to 150
horse power. Paterson pointed out
how unjust it wae to make the
horse power of engines tbe basis of
test. If a man could run an engine
of 100 horse power ha oould run an
engine of double that capacity.
Moreover he reminded the house
how onerous they were making the
act for oertain people. He instanced the oase of a logger using a
donkey engine whose engineer fell
siok or left, and whi ohacoording to
thobill must then olose down [till
another engineer oould be secured
He thought provision should be
made for temporary engineers
under such oiroumstanoes.
Molnnes, Young and Munro to enquire into the report of the arbitrators on the Government house oon-
taaot.
The Opposition agreed, exception
being taken, however to Robb,
whom, they olaim, iB not a member
of the house.
A bill was brought down by message to provide $250,000 for tha
New Westminster bridge, in addition to the $750,000 already apent
on it.
To Oliver, the premier said the
Qovernment was considering
whether or not to oanoel the
C. & W. reserve.
Green, in answer to a question,
said he paid hiB own expenses on
hie reoent visit to Kootenay.
Ladies Coate for $1.00, Drew
Goods for 25 cents. See onr rummage sale window display. The
Crescent.
CONSERVATIVE NOMINEE
Martin Burrill of Grand
Forks to Contest Yale
Cariboo
Kamloops. Jan. 22.—The Conser
vative Convention was held here
yesterday and resulted in the nomination of M. Burrill, of Grand
Forks, as the Conservative candidate.
There were eighty-nine delegate!
present, one delegate being allowed
for each twenty votes cast at tbe
provincial elections. The total
voting strength inoluding proxies
waB three hundred and nine.
Ex-premier Semlin was ohair-
man of the convention and J. T.
Robinson seoretary.
Three nominations were received.
M. Burrill, of Grand Forks, was
proposed by J. P. Gray, of Greenwood, feoonded by Ieaao Crawford,
of Grand Forks.
W. L. Shatford, of Vernon, proposed by Price Ellison, seconded
by W. A. Johnson, of Quesnel
Forks.
J. T. Robinson, of Kamloops
proposed by mayor Michel and
aeoonded by James Gill, of Kamloops.
Eaoh of the three candidates addressed the oonvention and their
qualification were freely discussed during their absence
before the vote was    taken.
The first billot resulted in Shatford receiving 144 votes; Burrill
110 and Robinson, 54. Robinson
was dropped and a second ballot
gave Burrill 167 and Shatford 138.
Burrill's nomination "was made
unanimous on motion of Shatford,
seconded by Robinson.
•At the Ladies Hockey
Matoh tomorr ow night,
season   tickets   are  not
good.   Prioes; Adults 25c
tor y, showing that the ore ia free,' Children 15c.
Hawthornthwaite was unsuccessful in hie effort to secure an eight-
hour day for engineers, The bill
wae reported.
- Rules were suspended to permit
of the selection   of a oommittee,      A big rummage sale, starta
oneiating of Mesbrs. Clifford, Rosa,urd»y •■ the Crescent.
Rlvara ara Overflowing
Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 22.—Reports
from New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania, state that all the rivers are
overflowing their banks. Rain haa
been falling for the last 24 hours
and there ia a depth of enow from
six to eight feet. Great floods are
expected. Between Buffalo and
New York all telegraph communication is out off.
Sat THE EVENING'.JWORLDfROSSLAND  B. C, JAN. 22,   11304
The Evening World » OIL CONCENTRATION
By the World;PnbHlhlng Comp»ny.
Kntered at (he Rossland, B. C, postofBce fo
tranBmlssion through the matla.May I, lorn »
Becond class reading matter.
BOBSCRIPTION RA.TB8—Js.cxTper year ^n
wriably ln advance. Adreniilng rate* nude-
known on application.
JAMES H. FL.ETCHER.i23
GENERAL   MANAGER!
P.  )   fl) c 302 Rossland,  B. t
Has Been Worked in South
America   for   Some
Time.
CHINESE LABOR.
A prominent member of the
Transvaal government, Sir Percy
Fitzgerald, in passing the second
reading of the bill authorizing the
importation of Chinese into the
Transvaal for labour in the mines
of the Rand, took exception to the
interference of Messrs Deakin and
Seddon, the premiers of Australia
and New Zealand, in that they
have cabled the TranBvaal authorities their objections to such importation.
s Sir Percy Fitzgeral4 wishes that
these gentlemen would mind tbeir
own business. The trouble iB that
the premiers with whom Sir Percy
is finding fault are very mucb
minding their own business. It i-
vitally the concern of every Briton
tbat which is going on in some
other part of the Empire. Men
like Deakin and Seddon, although
the latter was only a "common
miner", are looking forward to the
day when there will be no restric
tioos aB to the intercourse that
sball be enjoyed by all portions of
the Empire with each other and by
individual colonistB or old country
dwellers in passing from one part
of the Empire to the other and
exercising their profession cr calling. So that an Australian, a New
Zealander or a Canadian who ob
jects to enter into competition witb
the Celestial in his own country
will also have the same objection
should he migrate to another.
Furthermore, in these days when
commercial reciprocity is being
more than talked of and ia becoming an imperial faot it is not fair
that the worker in one part of tbe
Empire, where Chinese cheap
labour is religiously barred, should
have to enter into competition with
another portion of the Empire
where that labour is not so barred.
The effect would be to reduce the
standard of living of any race on
the face of the earth. Thia being
tbe case it is self evident tbat Mr.
Seddon or Mr, Deakin were attend
.ing strictly to business when they
cabled their objections to the Transvaal's new policy. Not only iB it
likely that such a course of action
is apt to create formidable barricades in the way of closer commercial unity within the Empire but,
regarded locally, the result of the
recent enactment will be to prejudice South Africans against tbe
new rule in the Transvaal. And
oi such dissatisfaction the Bond is
ever ready to take advantage.
However, as is well known, there is
muoh prejudice in Sou h Africa
against the Celestial, and it is
probable that such prejudice will
cause tht law now made by tbe ill
advised action of the Transvaal a
dead letter.
It maj surpris the mining   men
of   Rossland,   who   regard   themselves as pioneers in the scienco of
oil concentration to learn that they
are by no means the first to use oil
concentrators on the Amerioan continent.    In the famous You'i  district in Peru, one of the richest silver camps in the world, and  a (lis
trlct in which the properties  were
worked by the aborigines centuries
before Christopher Columbus arrived on this side of the   Alantio,  oil
oonoentration is being successfully
carried on at four   different   mines
and an order has just been  placed
(or the shipment to the port of Cal-
lao of machinery for two units   of
100 tons oapacity eaoh for   an   oil
mill which is to  be  built  at  the
Carahuacra mine, one of the  most
ancient silver mines  in    America,
and one which has no doubt  been
in continuous operation longer than
almost any other property, exoept
possibly the Rio   Tinte  and    the
famous lead mides   of   Larium  of
Greece.
The Carahuacra is now a modern mine in all its equipmeut, but
owing to the presence of zinc in
the ores.Jit has not been possible to
work it since 1893, when silver
slumped. Recent testa of oil concentrating at Santo Barbara, in
Peru, and tho sucoesB of the procesB
at other Peruvian properties, has
proven that the Carahuacra mines
can be worked to a profit with the
aid of an oil concentrator. The
mines of the Youli district produce
an ore almost identical with tbe
galena of the Slocan and East
Kootenay, and they have the same
trouble  there   in   separating   the
TI6KETS
TO ALL  POINTS
EAST and WEST
VIA
Important Special Sale
We have a very large range of Ladies, Misses and Children's
Felt. Plush, Velvet and Satin Slippers that we are now offering at 20 per cent discount. All muBt go. Do not be too late
to get the best bargains.
CO. LALONDE
THE   SHOEMAN.:
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POWDER SMOKE—Did, it ever
give you headaohe? Dr. Scotte
headaohe powders are a qnick and
Hure oure. Sold at Morrows Drug
store,
zinc.
Mrs. L. Nadeau will ftake lodgers
at the Headquarters   Hotel.
'XMAS.
'XMAS.
JUST OPENED.
Largest Stock of Pipes
IN
Meerschaum
and Briars.
SUITABLE FOR 'XMAS GIFTS.
Jine Line in CIGARS,
Put up
in 10 and 25 in a box,
suitable for
'XMAS.
XMAS.
L. LEVY <£  CO.
Levar's Y-Z (Wiae Head) Diainfectant Soap
Powder duated in the bath softens the
water at the name time that it disinfects, m
The Evening World is
the paper that has tire
circulation. So if you
want to get good results
from you advertisements
put them in a paper that
is read not by part of the
people, but by all the
people. It may cost a
little more, but you will
find it cheaper in the
end. Stop and think
about it.
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BALPH[|HAERON, PROP.
Rossland's
Leadinq
Hotel..
OMHH
Sample Rooms
For Commercial Men.
SHORT LINE
TO.
St. PaulrDu!uth,!Vlinneapolis,Chic9go
and all'points east
Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria, Portland
and all Pacific Coast point*
Through Palaoe and Tourist Sleepers
Dining & Bullet Smoking Library Oan
2-FastTrains Through Daily-2
For rates, folders and full information
regarding trips, call on or address any
agent S. F. & N. Railway.
H.BRANDT, C PAT A.-B,
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Finest Grill in Kootenays
in; connection.
®PIRST  CLASS
Bowlinn Allev
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P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke,Green-
L_        wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL  MARKETS-Rossland, 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 oi All Kinds.
WM, DONALD, Manager Roaaland Branch
ALL  KINDS   OF   DRY
WOOD
VV. P. LINGLE
Office   opfosii''   Ore. t
Northern  ticket offlia
nest to Bad Mr r
ABC dennistOn, g'wTaT
Seattle, Wash.
H. P. BROWN, Rossland Agent
Nelson Si Fort Sheppard Railway
Red Mountain Railway
Washington Si Great Northern R'y
Vancouver,Victoria Si Eastern R'y St
Nav. Co.
Mutton per lb (side) 13-15
Turkey, per lb 23c
Veal, per lb (side) 18o
provisions
Almonds, per lb 25o
Apples, per 501b box (1.2541.60
Bananas, per doz 40c
Beane, per lb 60
Butter, per lb 25 35o
Cheese, per lb 20o
Chocolate, per lb 40-SOo
Cocoa, per lb 40c $100   ■
Coffee, per lb 25 6O0
Condensed Milk per can 15a
Dried Peas, per lb 80
Eggs, per doz 38-40
Flour, per 501b 11-50-1.85
GrapeB, per lb 15o
Honey, per lb 25o
Jams and Jellies per lb 1218c
Lard, per lb 174o
Onions, per lb 5c
Oranges, per doz 40-50o
Piokles, per qt 20o-25o
Plums, per 201b box SOo
Potatoes, per 1001b sack $1.00
Bioe, par lb 80
Rolled Oats per lb 5e
Sugar, per lb 6$o
Vinegar, per gal 50c-76o
Walnuts, per lb 25c
Watermelons, eaoh 50 60e
FEED
Bran, per ton $27
Hay, per ton $27
Oats, per ton $82
Shorts, per ton $8(
, per ton $80
MISCELLANEOUS
Coal, per ton, Gait, $8.50
Kerosine, per gal 50c
Soap, per bar do
Wood, per cord $4.50-85.50
The only nil rail between points east
west and south to Rossland, Nelson,
Grand Forks and Republic. Connects
at Spokane with the Great Northern,
Northern Pacific and O. R. & N. Co.
for points east, west and south; connects
at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific R'y.
Connects at Nelson with K. R. & N.
Co. for Kaslo and K' Sc S. points.
Connects at Curlsw with stage for
Greenwood and Midway, 11. C.
Buffet cars run between Spokane and
Northport.
Effective June 14, 1903
NORTHBOUND.
Leave Spokane 8:4; a.m.
Arrive Rossland 4:35 p.m.
Arrive Nelson 7:20 p.m.
Arrive Grand Forks....   4:00 p.m.
Arrive Republic 6:15 pan'
SOUTHBOUND.
Leave Republic 8:30 a.m.
Leave Grand Forks 10:35 ajn
Leave Nelson 7:10 a. m
Leave  Rossland io:4o a.m
Arrive Spokane 6:15 pjn
For further information regarding
reservation of berths or price of tickets,
apply to any agent of the above companies, or to
H. A. JACKSON,
(■•ner.l Ftwcngti 1*1
Bpok.tia, Vur
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MARKET
REPORTS
Retail Prices in Rossland
Stores.
GROCERIES AND MINE SUPPLIES
Corrected Up to Date by the Leading Merchants of the
Camp.
MINING    SUPPLIES.
Axes, per doz $7.50-10.00
Candles, per caee $5.50-6.50
Caps, Bennett, per box 75o
Ccal, liltitkimiili rer ten $22 50
Dynamite. GO per ct, per lb l{ty
Dynamite, 50 per ot, per lb 18o
Dynamite, 40 per ct, per lb 16^c
FuBe, Bennett per 100 ft 75o
Hammers, per lb 15o
Iron, per lb 3i 5o
Nuils, base, per keg 84
Shovels, per doz $7.50-10
Steel. Canton per lb S.Jc
MEAT  AND  POULTRY.
Bacon, per lb 18-20o
Beef, per lb (hide) 9-10o
Chickens, each 50-90o
Fisb, per lb 12415c
Ham, per lb 18-20c
Rossland Mails.
Mails close Mails delivered
D.\ ilv ex- daily except
cc   Su nday Monday at
epo:3oam 7:00 a.m.
for Trail, Phoenix,
Cascade, Columbia
Grand Forks, Fife,
Greenwood, Fholt, Midway and all Boundary
District points.
Daily except Daily except
Sunday Monday
6:30 a. m. 7:00 a. m.
Robson, Castlegar
Mon., Wed., Fri Wed.. Eri., Sua
6:30 a.m. 7:00 a.m.
Gladstone
Daily Daily
11:40 a. m. 6:00 a. ■.
Northport, Spokane
and all United States
points. Paterson, B. C.
Daily except Daily except
Suuday Sunday
9:40 a, m. , 6: 00 p in.
Kaslo, and also Waneta,
Ymir, Nelson and Salmo,
B.C.
Daily Daily 6:oe p. m.
9:40 a. m and 7:0* a. m
Ordinary letter mail
only for all Eastern
Canada, and the United Kingdom and all 1
European Mid other
foreign countries.
Daily                                                   Daily
j:l5 p  111.                                    7:00 a. m.
All|pointa served by ,
the Canadian I'aciftc
Railway, the Northwest Territories, Manitoba, all Eastern Canada, the United Kingdom, and all European
and other foreign countries.
Daily 5:151) in.. Daily 7:09 a. m.
Crow's Nest Pass and
connections, Nelson.
Sun., Tues., Tnur Tues., Thur., fla
5:15 pm.
Deer Park.
Daily except
Saturday
5:15 p.m.
Sandon.
7:00 a. as.
Daily except
Monday
7:00 a. m.
Daily 7:00 a. ■
Daily 5:15 p. . .
Trail, Arrowhead, Nakusp, Revelstoke Station, Halcyon and Columbia River, Slocan
and Lardeau District
point and connections
Daily 5:15 p m. Daily y;oo a. m.
All points served by
the Canadian Pacific
Railway west of R*v-
elstoke Station, including < hina and Japan
and Klondike,
STOCKS AND   REAL EST ATI.
FOR SALE—Four-roomed cottage
nicely finished, ar.d three lots, well
fenced and cleared. Price, 11,200, part
cash down.
FOR SALE—Small lodging house, go*
ing coucern, cheap rental.   A bargain.
 APPLY	
DYER & FLETCHER
E120 Columbia Ave.
The Hoffman House has 60
well heated roomp. An up-to
date family hotel*
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Rossland, wherein the Nelson and Fort
Sheppard Railway Company are plaint.
Ufa and the Canadian Pacific Exploration, Limited, are defendants, and
wherein the plaintiffs claim is as follows:
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are the particulars:
To 200,000 feet of mining timber sold
by the plaintiffs to the defemlantejat 50
cents per thousand $100.
To 2,200 cords of woods at 2$ cts,
per cord. $550.
Total'
$650,
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She can read your life like a biok.
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that an order made herein on the 2qth.
day of December, 1903, wherein it is
ordered that service of the summons,
plaint and the said order be effected by
publishing notice of thc said summons,
plaint and order for six weeks in the
"World'1 newspaper, published in the
City of Rossland, and posting to the defendants of a registered letter containing
a copy of the "World" newspaper hav
ing tbe first publication of such advertisement, addtessed to such defendants
at therein registered office in London,
England, shall be good and sufficient
service upon the defendants of the said
summons, plaint and said order.
The first publication of this advertisement is on the 30th day of December,
1903
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Match, by Ladies, at the Rink next
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SYNOPSIS
Phra, who dies and lives again in
Britain, begins to recount his early adventures—He buys a British slave girl
and sails on a trading voyage to Cornwall and marries a British princess. Is
attacked and captured by the Romans.
Escapes and is murdered by the Druids.
Is born again in later Roman Britain.
Fnds a tattooed record by h:s vnU on
his body. Rescues a Roman lady from
a bull and is taken into, favor. Lives
aud dies in her service. Wakes up in
Saxon England just before the Battle of
Heatings. Rescues a Saxon Maiden
from the Conqueror. Marries her. Visited at Stonehenge by his British wife.
Compilers of domesday book makes enquiries. Flight to Sanctuary where Phr.
again sleeps and wakes in Edward I
reign. Finds himself a sleeping saint
in an Abbey. Catches the Abbot at a
Drunken feast.
CHAPTER VIII (Continued)
'Why, you rogues'' he aaid, as
his drunken melody found no eoho
in the great hall—'why, you sleepy
villains! am I a strolling troubadour that I should sing this alone
to you?' And then, as his bleared
and dazzled eyes wandered round
the empty places, the spilt wine
and overturned trestles, he smiled
again with drunken cunning. 'Ah!'
he muttered; 'then they must be
all under the tables! I thought
that last round of sack would finish
them! Hallo) there! Ambrose! De
Voeux! Jervaulx! Jolly oomrades!
—sleepy dogs! Come forth! Fie
on ye!—to oall yourselves good
monks, and yet to leave thy simple,
kindly Prior thus to himself!' and
he pulled up the table linen and
peered below. Sorely waB the
Churchman perplexed to see noth
ing; and first he glared up among
the oaken rafters, as though by
chanoe his fellows had flown
thither, and then he stared at the
empty places, and so his gaze
wandered round, until, in a minute
or two, it bad made the complete
circle of the place, and finally rest
ed on me, standing immovable, a
pace from his elbow.
At first he stared at me with
vapid amusement, and then with
stupid wonder. Bat 'twas not
more than a second or two before
the truth dawned upon that hazy
intellect, and then I saw the thick
ihort hands tighten upon the carv
ing of his priestly throne, I saw
the wine flush pale upon his
cheeks, and the drunken light in
hiB eyes give place to the glare of
terror and consternation. Just as
they had done before him, but wi .h
infinite by more intensity,he blanch
ed and withered before my un
relenting gaze, he turned in a mo
ment before my grim, imperious
frown, from a jolly, rubicund old
bibber, rosy and quarrelsome with
his supper, into a cadaverous,
sober-minded confessor, lantern
jawed and yellow—and then wilh
a hideouB cry he was on foot and
flyiDg for the doorway by which
his friends bad gone! But I had
need of that good confessor, and
ere he could stagger a yard the
golden apostolic orook was about
the ankle of the errant sheep, and
the Prior of St. Olaf's rolled over
headlong upon the floor.
I sat down to supper, and as I
helped myself to venison pastie
and malmsey I heard the beads
running through the recumbent
Abbot's fingers quicker than water
runs from a spout after a summer
thunder shower. 'Mieirioordia,
Domino nobis!, murmured the old
sinner, and I let him grovel aud
pray in his abject panic for aj'ime,
then bade him rise. Now, the
fierceness of this command was
what marred, because my mouth
was very full just then of pastie
orust, and the accents appeared to
oarry less consternation into my
friend's heart than I had intended.
The paternoster began to run with
more method and coherence, and,
soon finding he was not yet halfway to "nether abyss he had eeen
opening before him, he plucked up
a little heart of grace. Besides,
the avenger was at supper, and
making mighty inroads into the
the provender the Abbot \loved so
well: this took off the rough edge of
terror, and was in itself bo curious
phenomenon that little by little,
with the utmost circumspection,
the monk raised his head and
looked at me. I kept my baleful
eyes turned away, and busied me
with my loaded platter—which, by
the way, was far the most interest*
ing item of the two—and bo by degrees he gained confidence, and
oame into a sitting position, and
zed at the hungry saint, so aotive
with the victuals, wonder and awe
playing across his countenance. 'I
Bee, Sir. Priest,' I said, 'you have a
good 000k yonder in the buttery,'
but the Abbot was yet too dazed to
answer, bo I went on to put him
more at his ease (for I designed to
ask him some questions later on),
now, where I come from, the great
fault of the cooks is, they appreciate none of your Norman niceties
—they broil and roast for ever, as
through everyone had a hunter
appetite, and thus I have often
been weary of the;r eternal messes
of pork and kine.'
[Tu be  continned.j
Sohlitz Beer, 35 cents per  quart
bottle, at the Family Liquor Store.
Remember    the Ladies Hookey
match, on Friday next, 22ud inst.
$1400   Hats   for    $5.00      at
Madame Le Blanc's selling out Bale
At the Ladies Hockey
Match tomorr ow night,
season tickets are not
good. Prices; Adults 25o
Children 15c.
Stook must be Bold at any  price
Litviifv Bottlsio ir Ftbruaryl
Madame Le Blano.
Sohlitz Beer, 35 centB per  quart
bottle, at the Family Liquor Store
Sohlitz Beer, 35 cents per   quart
bottle, at the Family Liquor Stoae,
Cut flowers at the   Palace Can
dyStore, by express daily
Pompeian Massage.Cream
Removes, Blackheads, Freckles
and Pimpples and brings color the Cheeks.    For Sale at
Royal Barber Shoo
SUPPLY HOUSE.
W. J. PREST. PROP
The Hoffmen   Cafe.      open
night Short orders   a  specialty-
Rossland Home Bakery
A full line of
Confectionery
FRESH BREAD
Petch &Sclwarlzerhauer Preps tHE EVENING  WORLD ROSSLAND.    B.C.   JAN 22,1904
THE LOCAL
EXCHANGE
Few   Changes    Made Today.
STOCK MARKET STILL IS WEAK
The Latest Quotations and Sales
Locally    Upon    the
Market.
There is very little business being transacted upon the exchange,
the market still being unwarrantably weak,
Today's local Quotation!:
Aaked Bid
American Boy •*....      3 *%
Ben Hur  4
Black Tall        3 t
Canadian Oold Field*          sH 3
Cariboo (Camp McKinney) ex-dlr      3 2
CentreStar       « 30
Crowa Neat Faaa Coal f      I
Fairview        4 3
Ftiher Maiden        2 1
Slant        2% ix
Granby ConsoUAated   Js.co I4.00
Morning Glory A '
Mountain Lion       16 14
North BUr (But Kootenay)      8
Payne «... 10
Quilp  17
Rambler-Cariboo  26 25
Ban Foil         2%       2Y.
Bnlltvan         sii        4
Tom Thumb ••       3 a
War Bagle Conaolidated 3% nV
Waterloo (Aaaeaa. paid)         6
White Bear (Ansett. paid)         5 4
Today's Sales.
American Boy, 1000, 2jc; Rambler 500, 26c; Int. Coal, 100, SOo.
F.Maiden, 1000 Ife; Giant 2000,2c
War Eagle, 500,    1000   12c|.
Total 0100.
ESTABLISHED 1849.
GEORGE GREEN.
;the foundry,
ABKRYSTWYlfl,        -:•       ENGLAND,
Manufacturer of Concentrating Machinery.;
MEDALS—-Royal Cornwall Polytechnic; Gold medal' Internatic nal Mining Exhi
bition, Crystal Palace, 1800.    Only award for Concentrator!.
Liberal-eonservative  Convention.
At Victoria on   the   First Day   of February, 1904.
SPECIALTIES:
Stamps with latest improvement!, of up-to-date design, and with wearing parts oi
H idheld's steel, from 2 cwts. to io cwts. per head, Stentbri akers, Crushers, Jlgf
Trommels, ^Vanners, etc., all constructed in sections for facility of tiansprrt if de
sired. Patent Portable Crushing and Amalgamating Pans for Prospecting, A
small concentrating plant to treat up to five tons erected at the works by which
commercial results can be seen by intending purchasers for a merely nominal cos
Estimates for complete plants on application.   Special attention given to aalnin*
engineer's specifications.   Telegrams—"JIGGER." Aberystwyth,
MINOR'MENTION.
Notico
Notioe is hereby   given,   that   '.
have appointed Mr. Richard Thom
as   Evans,  Deputy Sheriff, in and
for the Bailiwick of South   Kootenay.
S. P. Tuck.
Sheriff.
Rwaltad/B. C. January, 20 1904.
Don't miss the Hockey
Match tomorrow night
A splendid game is expected.
The Evening World is
the   paper that has the
circulation.      So if  yon
want to get good results
from you advertisements
put them in a paper that
is read not by part of the
people,  but   by   all   the
people.       It may cost a
ittle more, but you   will
find it   cheaper    in the
end.      Stop   and   think
about it.
Harry Mcintosh
DIRECT IMPORTER OF
PERFECTION'
SCOTCH
Vintage^! 1878
Guaranteed! Absolutely Pure
Bass' Burton Ale on Tap
—at—
Its Hoffman House
SOCIETY   CARDS.
Fl,      XI*     HKATBRNAL   OKDHK   OF
a   KJ.   ill. HAOLRB.    Roaaland  .Varie,
No, ro, Regular.mtttlnoa every Monday erea-
Lua, 8 p.   m, Minera' Onroa HUl,
A-H, Mutton  W    r.
M. Btrnm. W. smtttma.
(S. F. Parrish is in Spokane on
business.
The County Court will not sit
until Febuary 3th.
The Trail concentrator is making
good progress.
There will be a ladies hockey
match at the rink tonight.
C. W. Slipp goes Hub evening to
Nelson on a business trip.
A dry goods store is fo be opened
up within the next few days.
The Windsor Hotel is preparing
for a renovation of the whole lower
buiiding.
The corn pressor for the White
Bear, 20 drill, is now on the ground
The liockny club dance last night
at the Miners Uuion hall, wae
muoh enjoyed.
It never rains but it pours. Several extra charges were made this
morning against the Cochraues.
The Knights of tbe Maccabees
held a successful (session last even
ing.
The new motor for the Le Roi
No. 2 concentrator has been delivered.
'Times are improving. It is stated
that $500 were subscribed this
morning to start a oity bakery.
There will be rehearsal this
evening of the Sacred Conoert.
Everybody is asked to attend.
An avalanohe of cord last night
broke tbe leg of F. Blumberg, an
engineer in the employ of the Centre Star,
Another attraction that could
be added to the list ot sports for the
Carnival pragramme , would be a
tug-of- war, and there is no sport
will attract more attention.
The dogs that make Columbia
avenue a scene of joy with their
faithful scrappings must certainly
be allowed to take part in the kennel show. Tbey will certainly have
to muzzled, however.
The Miner is proving that the
Le Roi second class dump would
bear concentrating. The directors
of the oompany have had the matter under advisement for several
months past.
The Miner took up an absurd
attitude in order to discredit the
reformers with the general publio
aa to the new officials for the city.
Ever since it has been busy contradicting, apologizing and endeavouring to explain.
CORRESPONDENCE
[We are not responsible for the
opinions of our correspondents.]
WHY  DISMISSAL?
Conaervative Convention
The following delegates with
their alternates were ohosen last
night by the local Conservative
Association to attend the Viotoria
convention of the party whioh is to
be held on February 1.
Hon C. H. Mackintosh, J. B.
Johnson, John Dean, E. D. Orde
and Charles Stanley; alternates
Charles R. Hamilton, Neil Munro'
Charles E. Gillan. Essex Griffith'
•nd Daniel Giuui.
Editor Evening Would: Will
you kindly enlighten me, and probably the general public, why a certain member of recently elected
alderman are utilizing tbeir energies to the detriment of munioipal
advacement, instead of striving to
accomplish that for whioh they
were elected?
I refer to such members of the
oounoil as are simply howling for
the decapitation of City Clerk Mo-
Queen, and why? Is it because
that gentleman is always "on
deck" during business hours? Is
it because during such hourB he iB
ever obliging, courteous and correct? Is it in faot because he is so
well qualified and competent to fiii
the position that these men who
have been dubbed with civic hon
ore persietently ory for hiB dismissal? Who do they wish put in
Mr. McQueen's plaee, and for what
purpose? Surely the public are
entitled to some explanation as tr
why so serious a Btep is contemplat
ed as the dismissal of the oity
clerk, particularity as the present
incumbent has held offioe for so
many years and haB "oity affairs"
at bis finger end* from date of incorporation of the town of Rossland.
Yours Respeotfully,
H. B. Mackintosh.
January 21,1904.
The oonvention of the Liberal-Conservative Union of British Columbia will be held in Viotoria, on Mon-
day, the First of February, 1904, commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m.
All Liberal-CcnservativeB will be weloome. The to right vote is oonfined to delegates ohosen by Liberal-Con
servative Association or district meetings convened for ibiB purpose. Five delegates for every member of the
Provincial Legislature to whioh each separate constituency may be entitled, suoh delegates to be eleoted by
the Liberal- Conservative voters of thi electoral distriot or riding. ProxieB can only be used by members
of the Union.
, [Business—General, eleotion of officers and sueh other matters as may be brought forward.
J. S. SEYMOUR,
Chairman of Executive
HLBERTH
FRESH BUTTER
25c per pound
AT
NOTICE
Take Notice—that a plaint has been
entered and summons issued cut of the
County Court of Kootenay holden at
Rossland, wherein the Nelson and Fort
Sheppard Railway Company are plaint-
iffa and the Canadian Pacific Exploration, Limited, are defendants, and
wherein the plaintiffs claim is as follows:
The plaintiffs claim from the defendants tbe sum of $650.00. The following
are the particulars:
To 200,000 feet of mining timber sold
by the plaintiffs to the defendantajat 50
cents pcr thousand $100.
To 2,200 cords of woods at 25 cts.
per cord. $550.
Total'
♦650,
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that an order made herein on the 29th.
day of December, 1903, wherein it is
ordered that service of tbe summons,
plaint and the said order be effected by
publishing notice of the said summons,
plaint and order for six weeks in the
'•World'1 newspaper, published in the
City of Rossland, and posting to the defendants of a registered letter containing
a copy of the "World" newspaper having the first publication of such advertisement, addressed to such defendants
at therein registered office in London,
England, shall be good and sufficient
service upon the defendants of the said
summons, plaint and said order.
The first publication of this advertisement is on the 30th day of December,
1903
There will be a Grand Hookey
Match, by Ladies, at the Rink next
Friday the 22nd Don't miss it.
AGNEWS
Tha Leading Groclar
MORTGAGE   SALE
Of Valuable Residential Property
Under and by virtue ot the power
of sale couta'ned in a certain Mortgage
whieh will be produced at the time of
sale, there will be offered for sale by
Public Auction by Walter J. Robinson
at the office of Orde & Co., Real Estate
Agents, in the City of Rossland, B, C„
on Saturday, the 23rd day of January
A. I). 1.,04, at 12 o'clock noon, the following property in the City of Rossland-
Lots 13, 14. 15 and 16, in Block 1, Subdivision of District Lot 535 Plan 57QA,
on which is erected a well built story and
a half frame dwelling, lighted with ele:-
tricity. The grounds are laid out in
lawn, with ornanv ntal trees, enclosed
wttli stone and frame fence,
For further particulars and  conditions
of Bale,
Apply to
HARRIS & BULL,
Bankot B. N.A. Bldg.
Vancouver, B. C.
Vendors' Solicitors,
Or to
ORDE & CO..
Real Estate Agents,
Rossland B. C.
Dated Dec. 26th 1904.
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IN CERTAIN LINES
Of 12c, 15c. and 20c articles, and we    i: <
offering the same for short time,
AT 10c EACH
To reduce our stook. Call   and   make   your   selections.
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COLUMBIA AVENUE
Return Match
Ladies  Hockey
WHITE vs.  BLUES
Friday. January 22, at
the Skating Rink
Everybody Should See It
Saturday Sale
AT
McARTURf HARPER'S
Black Sateen Waist on sale $1.00
Walking Skirts on sale Saturday 2.50
Tailor Made Suits on sale 5.00
Wrappers on sale Saturday for 85c
$2.50 Black Muffs on sale 1.50
Flannelette   on sale
5c
Mackinnon k Sohorlomme
Dancing Academy, lessons given
Saturday evening from 7.30 to 9
o'clock.   Usual MOJftl hop follows.
25 CHILDRENS HOODS CAPES
Prices range from 35c to $1.50, your choice
on Saturday for 25c each.
Also   Big   Sale of Childrens
COATS   and   JACKETS
The Up-To-Date Store

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