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Array THE  EVENING WORLD
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Vol. Ill, NO. 196
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ROSSLAND, B. C,      WEDNESDAY,   APRIL 6, 1904
Price Five Cents
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 ■    price so ers.
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or sallow skin becomes clear, rosy and velvety alter a few applications
of this dainty, soothing and healing preparation.    All leading druggist.
SOLO IN ROSSLAND AT
COUNCIL
Business Transacted Last
Night.
NEW THEATRE LICENCE BY-LAW
MOrrOW'S     DrUg     StOre  ^ Chief Guthrie Is Appointed the Pub-
•twXVX*,^^ W%&-%AsV%-XMX0 lie Building Licence In,
spector.
MARTIN'S NEW PRECEDENT
Decision in the Tanghe Placer
Case.
PLACER IS LOGATABLE ANYWHERE
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To the Public:
In answer to the Miners slander
we announce that, with ever
opportunity, we have made no
change in our rates since the
suspension of Stunden & Co.
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Our Prices are Right
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THE UP-TO-DATE JOB PRINTERS.        \
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Y.'U will need some pretty Boon and
we have tbem in all sizes.
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COLUMBIA AVENUE TELEPHONE 65
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DR. BRUHN'S
OINTMENT
Has established itself as a household necessity and
haB a reoord of Cures unparalleled in the history of
Medicine, It cures old and ne« Sores, Uloers,
Eoiema, Salt Rheum, Itohing Piles, Chafings,
Pimples, Blackheads and all Skin Diseases. This
Ointment has been in use almost half a Century.
Testimonials from thousands who have been
•ured of Skin Diseases of long standing testify
to ita Curative qualities.
Directions for use—Apply freely night and morning, or often as required
-PRICE-
50 Cents a 8ox
MANUFACTURED BY tj
Or. Bruhn Medical Qo. fi
NEW YORK njfl
Sole agent for .Bossland, T.   R. MORROW, The LDrUggJSt     "
• CALL FOR A TRIAL BOX.
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Alderman Hamilton and Martin
were the only absentees from last
night's meeting ot the City Counoil.
After passing of the oommittee
reports an enquiry eleoted the fact
that no reply had been vouobsafed
by R. W. Grigor as to whether or
not he intended to aooept the position of publio building inspector.
The mayor thougbt that the counoil ought to be treaten with shfli-
cient courtesy for a reply, but asked
that the matter stand over for a
week.
Alderman Stout wanted to know
about the glove contest and was
assured that wherever it oame off
the building would have to be in-
inspected and a licence given by
tbe oity.
Alderman Stout objected to paying more than a dollar a day for a
horse whioh was being aired for the
sanitary department when horses
could be had for that rate in town.
Alderman Rolt thought that an
unsourld horse belonging to the file
department should be turned over
to tbe sanitary department and another horse purchased instead.
Alderman Stout enquired about
about the narrow stairway from the
street in Mazy Crow's store.
The mayor said the building waB
a private one and oould not be interfered with.
Alderman McDonald suggested
that in the event of Mr. R. W.
Grigor refusing to act, that the fire
ohief be asked to report on the safety of any building that wanted a
licence for a publio entertainment.
Alderman Rolt agreed and a motion was passed to that effect. This
rescinds the motion of laBt week,
but does not affect the Opera House
as the management of that building is not applying for a licence.
A bylaw was introduced amending the Trade Licence Bylaw. The
effect is to inolude all plaoes of publio entertainment within the scope
of the bylaw. No place iB to be
opened without a certificate of its
Bafety and a licence for entertainment.
The trade licences were also made
more stringent.
The fees oharged are to be for
houses of over 975 seating capacity,
$200 a year, $60 for three months,
$10 for one month or $4 for one
night. For places under this Beat-
in g capaoity half of the above fees.
Licence shall not be required in
oases of entertainments given in
aid of any ohuroh or hospital or for
oharitable purposes by amateurs.
The Mayor asked that the second
reading of the bylaw on the taxation stand over for one week. This
was agreed to.
Alderman MoDonald wanted to
know what about the closing of tha
m
All That Is  Required Is a Strong and Faithful Be.
Believer—Judgment   WiU T3e  Appealed.
Judge Martin has given l.U decision in the famous minium oase
over the Luoky Jack, Tanghe vs.
Morgan, mainly in favour of the
plaintiff.
To understand the issue a brief
recapitulation is necessary: Tanghe
looated a plaoer on the Luoky Jack
which then belonged to the locator,
Morgan. Gold Commissioner FraBer refused to allow it to be recorded. He was then threatened with
a mandamus and allowed the location as long as Tanghe would put
up the security that any damage
done to the Luoky Jack would be
reoouped. Tho security was plaoed
at the high figure of $5,000. This
did not freeze out Tanghe, who furnished security to the amount demanded. Tbe Gold Commissioner
then looated the claim but demanded that it should be flopped over
so as not to occupy any of the original ground looated. This Tanghe
would not do and proceeded to
take the float off the claim aB looated by himself. He was then
charged with disobedience to the
order of the Gold Commissioner
and also with taking rook off the
Luoky Jack olaim instead of taking
i off the location as altered by
Gold Commisioner Fraser. This
was done before two justices of the
peace, Messrs. McPherson and J
C. Murray of Trout lake, the latter
being the editor of the Trout Lake
Topio and an ex-Rosslnnd   broker.
These justice sentenced him to
three months imprisonment on the
first count and committed him to
trial on the second. Tanghe's solicitor, A. H. MaoNeill, K. C. then
applied for an order for kis release
from the Supreme Court. This
was obtained and telegraphed to
Nelson where Tanghe was held.
The gaoler refused to release except he received orders in proper
form. When these came Tanghe
was set free on furnishing bonds.
Altogether he wae detained in gaol
for a month.
Tanghe then brings aotion against
Morgan and Fraser, whioh case is
just tried.    Judge   Martin found
tbat the olaim waB a valid one and
that it dated from the time of the
first location, and further that the
Gold Commissioner had no right to
order the changing of the location
Further that he had a right to continue work on hiB plaoer, and grants
an injur'.otion restraining the owners of the Luoky Jack from interfering. Tanghe also made olaim for
damages for float taken from his
claim on the Luoky Jack after the
the date of his location.    He lost
thie ou the ground that the bulk of
testimony swore tbat the float removed was recovered prior to that
looation.
Judge Martin held that Gold
Commissioner Fraser need not have
been joined with Morgan in the action as Tanghd could have got
sufficient relief without but, apparently because of the arbitrary
action taken. by the government
official, refused to allow him his
costs.
There was only one witness on
the part of the plaintiff who swore,
to the beat of hiB belief, that the
olaim he !ooated was a plaoer
claim. Many witnesses on the other
side swore the olaim was not a
plaoer. But the mineral aot only
requires that the looator shall swear
to the best of bis belief, and aB the
defendants could not show that
Tanghe did not so believe, the looation was held valid under the wording of the act.
Consequently Tanghe has been
sent to gaol for disobeying an order
of a Gold Commiss:oner whioh that
official had not authority to give,
and further committed for trial and
confined for stealing ore off property which is now held to be his own.
Aotion lies against every one of
those who interferred with Tanghe,
especially Morgan and Fraser, and
suoh aotion will probably be taken.
In the meantime it is fairly cer
tain tbat the decision made by Mr.
Justice Martin will be appealed.
NEWS IN A
NUTSHELL
Items of Interest  Hound
the World.
LATEST TELEGRAPH BULLETINS
The Doings of Conspicuous Persons
Affecting Canadian Interests.
Kid MoCoy has lioked Hollander
Plaoke.
There has been more rioting
among Chioago strikes.
New York State has passed a bill
appropriating $1,600,000 (or good
roadB.
It is deolared that Chamberlain
is thinking of placing a duty upon
petroleum.
England has at last agreed to a
law taking unimproved lands at
their selling value.
There are plenty of rnmours as
to the extent of the treaty pending
between Franoe and England but
no offioial report has been made.
According to the Newfoundland
correspondent of the Times the United States is still thinking of purchasing the islands of St. Pierre
and Miquelon from Franoe.
It is deolared by a merohant
lately returued from the Far Eaat
that the Japs are reckoning on a
six year war and that the Transsiberian iB a complete failure.
According to a Loudon paper the
attitude of the British government
towards Russia is that the Bear
must dismantle Port Arthur and
Vladivostok, keep the treaties with
China and refrain from stiring up
ill feeling between ua and the United
States and get the Empire's friend*
ship or indifference.
THE CANTATA BELSHAZZAR
Interest
road to Blue's saw mill.
The Mayor asked Alderman MoDonald to get Alderman Martin to
oall a meeting of the Board of
Works, which he himself oould not
obtain, and the matter would be
gone into.
Alderman Stout wanted the snow
oleared off the edge of the sidewalks.
It was agreed to have a man.
A telephone message was received saying that the oity was be
ing oharged one dollar a day for
horse hired.
The council then adjourned.
The Nonesuch—Lowney'a Per
fectlon Chocolates Palace Candy Store.
Lost—Out of the Dominion Ex-
press company's sleigh, Maroh 14,
a package containing legal papers,
addressed A. C. Gait. The finder,
by leaving the same at Dominion
Express company's office, will be
suitably rewarded.
Being    Taken—Rehearsal*
Progreetlng Well
Much interest and enthusiasm
is being manfested in the work
of preparations for the rendition of
the sacred oantata Belshazzar,
whioh is to be presented by local
talent, in the Miner's Union Hall
on Tuesday April 19th, and repeated on the next evening, April
20th. The second rehearsal was
held laat evening and the work ia
progressing very rapidly. The
people take a great interest in the
work and are anxious to prove
to their friends tbat Kossland oan
produce as fine a produotion as any
professional company. The soloists that have been selected are do*
ing some excellent work and will
surprise their friends by tbe way in
which they carry their respective
parts through.
The costuming will be in keeping
with the nature of the piece and
will portray faithfully the splendor of the times and places represented in the oantata. In tomorrow's issue of the World will appear a synopsis of the story of
Belshazzar which will be interesting to everyone.
LOST-A gold locket. Finder
please leave at this offioe and receive reward.
Fresh Cut Flowers Dally. Pal*
ace Candy Store, THE EVENING WORLD." ROSSLAND B.C., APRIL  6,     1904
The Evening World
Br tht WorldCPubliihtng Company.
Knitted at the Rosslaud, B. C, poslcfnce fo
transmission through the matls.May I, 1901 a
second class reading matter.
BUBSCRIPTIOM B.ATSS—>s,oo ,per.;year tn
variably In advance. AilMrtlaiug rates made-
known en application.
cabbages Blung at him by the play-
iul mob. But in any case, though
there might be a desire for a change
of sovereigns or even of dynasty,
tbere would be none for a ohange
in the system of government. The
Sovereign would still be the Link
of Empire claiming loyalty from
all.
MARKET
REPORTS
JAMESIH. FLETCHER,
QENERAL   MANAGER
f. O. Box 301 Rossland, B. C
TALL  TALK.
Retail Prices in Rossland
Stores.
GROCERIES AND MINE SUPPLIES
DOWIE
It is rather difficult for the average oitizen of tbe United States to
understand what is oalled loyalty
to the King. It waB freely predicted during the lite of the late Queen
that there would be no more kings
in Great Britain. Great Britain
has had two illustrious examples of
republics growing side by side for
the past century, Eranoe and the
United States. Erance has been in
oonetant turmoil and the Republic
has chiefly distinguished itself by
getting   into  trouble with every-
G. B. Harvey, who is the editor
of the North American Review, haa
been indulging in tbe favorite United States recreation of tall talk in
the Nineteenth Century. He declares that in ease of war with the
United States Oreat Britain woulu
be in danger of starving as the supply of corn from Russia oould not
be depended upon, that from the
United SlateB would be cut off and
none oould be got from Canada as
the Canadian graneries would be
overrun by United States forces.
The Empire neither talks of annexing the United States nor of its
foroes overrunning the granaries of
that country. The average Amerioan politician or journalist indulges
in this kind of thing periodically,
I and then wonders why Canada is
Corrected Up to Date by the Lead*
ing Merchants of the
Camp.
body, including an extremely pow   	
•rful   ohuroh, who   did not agree I the one portion of the whole Em
with republican principles. The
United States. has shown a far
brighter light, but when it comes
down to personal freedom the aver
age Englishman is much more his
own master, enjoys muoh more personal freedom than does the citizen
of that enlightened republic. He is
free from the obnoxious truste and
he does not see that he is a whit
worae governed. Indeed he no
doubt foolishly believeB the very
reverse. That being the caBe, however theoretical by republican or
sooialist in his ideas, the meaning
of socialist and republioan were
confounded a century ago. social
istand anarchist are vulgarly today, the average Briton is sufficiently practical to think that if
paying for the pageantry of royalty
for a sovereign who reigns but does
not govern he escapes oligarchical
trusts and emotional revolutions,
he is doing very well indeed. It
might not be the best possible but
aa the best possible does not seem
to be such a success as his second
beet he naturally prefers tbe latter
however wrong he himself may
deem it merely theoretically; Horse
sense teaches him that most theor
iei anyway are moonshine. Most
Britons loved tne Stuarts but when
they tried to govern as well as
reign out they had to go and a
German family, familiarly oalled
Hanoverian rats, were Bet upon
the throne. The members of that
family were unpopular for more
thafi a century, but the Sovereign
was loyally fought for just the
same. The British people are loyal
to their Sovereign whether the per-
son occupying the throne be popular or not. In Greater Britain this
sentiment iloen not obtain except
more or less in Crown Colonies and
then only by the ruling race. In
the great white colonies the separated communities are practically
nations. There is only one visible
link connecting them politically
with the Mother Country. And
that is the Sovereign. Hence that
link has almost a species of sanctity
to it. Dowie might with far more
■afety to his person say things
about the Sovereign in Hyde Park,
London, than he might repeat them
in Australia or Canada. If tho
King were unpopular he might
even be applauded there. If he
were popular, and Edward is popular, the most popular -man in the
lslea. he would probably have a
dead cal or  a  few   iolUu egg   or
pire that has any hostile note in
discussing international affairs.
Britons generally smile indulgently
but Johnny Canuok gets hot and
points to aeven invasions of Canada
and to six unsuccessful ones, the
seventh being when Quebec was
taken nearly two centuries ago, before the United Slates Republio
was hoard of. If the Empire wants
to enact between itB various components parts a commercial relation such as that existing between
the various States of the Union it
will do so,whether the Harvey tribe
like it or not. Such a tariff might
hurt the United States, just as their
tariff today is hurting Canada, but
into suoh zollverein the United
States is entirely welcome, for it
would be a practical union of the
Anglo-Saxon race. But Mr. G. B.
Harvey might consider this one
point which is that if the farmers
of the United States were deprived
of their British market through war
that war would be a very unpopular
one among the farmers and some
thing worse than Greenbackers
might be heard from.
Lost—Out of the Dominion Express company's sleigh, Maroh 24,
a package containing legal papers.
addressed A. C. Gait. The finder,
by leaving the same at Dominion
Express company's oflice, will be
suitably rewarded.
Walker's Rye Whisky, 75o
Port Wine 76c, Sherry, 75c,per qt
bottle. At the Family Liquor Store
Wash. St,
Men's Rubbers
Special line that
We are cleaning
Out at 50c a pair
Agnew & Co.
GROCERS
PHONE 191
THE
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SALOOW
The Best Whiskey
There Is
USHER'S    BLAOK  BOTTLE   •
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DIMMOCK & YORKE, Props. |
MINING [SUPPLIES.
Axes, per doz $7.50-10.00
Candles, per case $5.50-6.50
Caps, Bennett, per box 75o{
Coal, blackrmith per ton $22.50
Dynamite, 60 per| ct, per lb 194
Dynamite, 50 per ot, per lb 18o
Dynamite, 40 per ot, per lb|164c
Fuse, Bennett per 100 ft 75oJ |
Hammers, per lb 15oM     _
Iron, per lb 3i-5o j.*   ;j
Nails, baee, per keg $4
Shovels, per doz $7.60-10
Steel. Canton per lb 84c
MEAT AND POULTRY.
Bacon, per lb 18-20c
Beef, per lb (side) 9-lOc"
Chickens, each 50-90o
Fish.'.per lb 124-15o
Ham, per lb 18-20o
Mutton per lb (sicfe) 13-16",!
Turkey, per lb 23o
Veal, per lb (side) 18c
; PROVISIONS
Almonds, per lb 25c
Apples, per 501b box $1.5042.00
Bananas, per doz 50c
Beans, per lb 6c
Butter, per lb 25-40o
Cabbrge, per lb., 3o
Cauliflower, per head, 15o
Cheese, per lb 20c
Chooolate, per lb 40-50o
Cocoa, per lb 40o-$1.00
Coffee, per lb 25-50c
Condensed Milk per oan 124c-15o
Dried Peas, per lb 6o
Eggs, per doz 36c
Flour, per 501b $1-65-2.00
Green Onions, per buuch, 5o
Honey, per lb 25c
Jams and Jellies per lb 12-13o
Lard, per lb 174c
Onions, per lb 5c
Oranges, per doz 25-50c
Pickles, per qt 20o-25o
Potatoes, per 1001b Back $ 1.25j
Rice, per lb 8c ■
Rolled Oats per lb 5o
Spinach, per lb, 10c
Sugar, per lb 640^
Vinegar, per gal 50c-75o
Walnuts, per lb 25c
FEED
Bran, per ton $27
Hay, per ton $27
Oats, per ton $32
Shorts, per ton $30
MISCELLANEOUS
Coal, per ton, Gait, $8.60
Kerosine, per gal 50c
Soap, per bar 5o
Wood, per oord $4.50-$5.50
Mails close Mails delivered
oa  ilvex- daily except
ct   Sunday Monday at
epo :30am 7:00 a.m.
for Trail, Phoenix,
Cascade, Columbia
Grand Forks, Fife,
Greenwood, Eholt, 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., Sun
6:30 a.m. 7:00 a.m.
Gladstone
Daily Daily
9:40 a. m. S:oo a, in.
Northport, Spokane
and all United States
points, Paterson, B, C,
Dally except Daily except
Sunday Sunday
9:40 a, in. 6: 00 p.in
Kaslo, and also Waneta,
Ymir, Nelson and Salmo,
B.C.
Daily Daily 6:00 p. m.
9:40 a. m and 7 :oo a. m
„._.   Ordinary letter mail
only (or all Eastern
Canada, and the United Kingdom and all
European nnd other
foreign countries.
Daily Daily
5:1; p 111. 7:00 a. 111.
All'points served by
the Canadian Pacific
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Railway, the Northwest Territories, Manitoba, all Eastern Canada, the United Kingdom, and all European
ind other foreign countries. M^
Daily 5:15? m.. _           Daily 7:00 a. m.
Crow's Nest Pass and
connections, Nelson.
Sun., Tues., T nur          Tues., Thur., Pa
5:1; p m,                        7:00 a. m.
Deer Park.
Daily except                       Daily except
Saturday                               Monday
5:1? p.m.                           7:00a.m.
•L    .. • a \ Sandon.
Daily 5:15 p. m                 Daily 7:00 a.m
Trail, Arrowhead, Na-
kuep, Revelstoke Station, Haicytn and Oo-
.2          lumbia River, Slocan
and Lardeau District
f point and connections.
Daily 5:15 p.(m.               Daily 7,00 a. in,
Alljpolnts served by
the.Canadian Pacific
Railway west of R»v-
elstoke Station, includ-
"!*       ing China and Japan
and Klondike.
R.L. Wright j
A. r.:s^i .
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(Assayer.for.Le Roi;No. r,)
WILL TAKE
[Custom Assays;
SOCIETY   CARDS.
F{\ Xd* FRATHRUAI. OKDKK OF
• Kt. AVJ. BAOUtl, analaad Aerie,
Ho, io, Regular meeUnfi mrf Thurilijcra.
tags, S p. m, Miners' Union Han,
A ,H, Dutton W   »,
Box 172 W. G. Robinson, srrrelary
BENN & OHREN
CUSTOMS BROKERS
STONE BLOCK
Cor. Queen St. and Columbia Ave.
WALTER; J. ROBINSON
AUCTIONEER
Real Estate and Customs Broker]
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Invention ie probably patentable. Commutilr^
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•eut free. Oldeet agency for eeourlnKpeteute.
Pet ante taken through Munn ft Co. receive
epKlal niitice, without charge, la the
Scientific American.
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newidealeri.
A handeomely Illustrated weekly.
eulatlon of any iclentlfle Journal.
Bur: four roonthi, |L Bold by all newiaaaiere.
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The Evening World is
the paper that has the
circulation. So if you
want to get good results
from your advertisements
put them in a paper that
Is read, not by part of the
people, but by all the
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ABBBYSTWYTfl,        •:•        KNGLAND
Manufacturers of Concentrating Machinery.
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THESLOCAN IS BOOMING
Work Being Done Around
Various Properties
Near Sandon.
Sandon, April 6.—Things around
Sandon are looking very favorable
for a lively summer. Rawhiding
will soon be over, the trails already
are beginning to break up. The
hauling of ore in hides oan only
be done now in the early morning
when the snow is hard. In about
another ten days the trails will be
almost impassable.
The Ivanhoe is working, full
oiant, the mill running night and
day. At the present time about
120 men are working. The mill is
tnrning out in 24. hours ten tone of
high grade lead oonoentrates and
eight tons of zino oonoentrates. The
mine management has sent ont of
late for men, there not being
enough around Sando 1 to fill the
demand.
The Queen Bess has had rawhid
ed up aix tons of supplies to carry
them over until the roada are good
again, They are increasing their
force slightly, but will not be able
to work a big force until the snow
goes. The McDonalds' have a lease
on the upper tunnels.
A very rich strike is reported
Irom the No. 8 level of the Payne,
there being nearly four feet of ore
In one of the raises, 10 inches of
wbioh is very rich grey copper
going 800 ounces to the ton.
The Idaho has its bins full of
milling ore ready for the water to
rise when they will again run their
mill day and night They have a
foroe of about 35 men developing.
The Cinderella shipped another
oar yesterday making their seventh
car, bringing their shipments to
nearly 200 tons since the 20th of
January. Tbe lower tunnel is now
in about 126 feet and it is expeoted
to daily encounter the ore in the
bottom of the No. 1 level. This will
give the mine about 85 feet ot
backs.
The Sunset company has taken
np supplies for three months, dur'
ing which time they will do development work. They expect to
cease shipping in a few days now.
They will have shipped about 300
tons of galena thia winter whioh
will average about 135 ounces silver and 76 per oent lead. Mr.
Hughes will devote most of hie
time opening up the Luoky Jim at
Bear lake thie summer. He will
begin work very toon now.
Ths Slocan Star is shipping in
a large quantity of mine timber
and lumber ready for a prolonged
ran. It is reported that they intond to ship 600 tons before the
end of the year. The mill is being overhauled throughout and
larger jig capaoity is being provided.
The Jackson mill is being put
into shape for running this summer. Mr. Herman foreman of the
Rnth mill has been over the mill
to see what new machinery is
needed.
Messrs. Howard, Thompson and
MoLeod are going to reopen the
Mountain Con in a few days. They
have some raises to put through
before the snow will permit of other
work.
Boxing Conteet & m% & £• Csvi- *m.t\a-m. -*tr- am 00mm   t^^^^^l^tt^^*1
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The boxing contest, which will *£   0
come    off    next   "-*-%*'$ IVI   AJlFTIf     aS^Stt
promises to bo  the  best  20  round        I   I I  /I   K I 1    II advantage by writing #
contest that has ever been   brought  #111 f-1 111        I    I I    * " to the  Diabetic Insti- 0
off [in  the city.     Both  men  have  0 *\j | /   \ J^J L   I   I \J    tute, at St. Dunstan's #■
been very hard training and are
in   fine oondition, they are very
anxious to meet bb both are  confident they will win.
Now ie the time to buy spring
dress goods as our stook is complete.   The Cresoent.
LOST—A bunoh of keys, finder
please leave at thiB office and receive reward.
0 ' Hill, London, E. C.     0
I    NOTHING TO PHY    I
4.444444444444 444444444444^
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The swellest line of collars and
belts to be had in the oity at the
Crescent.
Daffodils and  Carnations To
day.   Palace Candy Store.
"WANTED — Married oouple or
woman cook to take oharge of a
good boarding house. Inquire at
this offioe.
White vesting for waists.   Ask
to Bee them at the Cresoent
POWDER SMOKE- Did,    it   nver
give yon headache/ Dr. Scous
headaohe powders are a qnick and
sore oase.   Sold at Morrows Drug
St*""
See our line of children's hais
and baby caps before buying. The
Cresoent.
Walker's Rye Whisky, 75o, Por
Wine, 75c, Sherry 75o perqt. bottle
At the Family Liquor Store Wash
8t.
Crown Point Hotel, Trail.   Lead
ng hotel in the smelter citv.
You won'.t harden or shrink
woolens with Sunlight Soap.
The purity of tlie oils and fats
and the absence of free alkali
prevent that 2B
List Your Property With
*
Walter J. Robinson
AUCTIONEER
Real Estate and Customs Broker
Have you any property
for sale?
I have buyers for
houses and lots.
If you -want to sell list
your property with me.
I have a buyer for a lot
on Second Avenue.
Why pay rent when you
can own your own house?
I can't sell your property unless you list it with
me.
I have some parties
wanting to rent furnished
houses.
Houses and lots for sale
on easy terms.
I can rent that house
for you.
I have a piano to rent.
Have you any furniture
to sell?
I can sell it for you.
Do you want to do business ?
If you do call and see
me.
Easter Egg
r
DYES
12 Colors for 5c
Goodeve Bros.
Druggists and Stationers
It Pavs to Deal With Goodeve Bros.
/
yiliajlJfilt^
The
Mutual Life
Insurance Qo.
of New York
The policies of this gigantic company are
clear, \ imple and liberal contracts.
No  stockholders.    All  profits  for the
policy holders. S,
The rates and guarantees beat the world. SS
Talk with the manager of East British Co- [$
lumbia.   83
J. STILWELL ©LUTE I
ROSSLAND, B. C. |
i
flrjijiuri!]^
EXPLOSIVES.
The Cotlon Powder Gomoanv. Ltd
32 Quean Victoria St.£ jONDON  E. C.
-IUlBTJFACTUBI
Faversham Powder
On the SPECIAL-/LIM ol Pemimd  Esplo^ves. Odorer, 180
-T"^*V Kll "T" f    the best explosivejfor underground wo/k u
|  \_J |\| j   I   [«    clusively UBed in Severn and Mersey tunnel
Cordite, Gelignite, Gelat.ne Dye amite, Blasting Gelatine, Detonators for all classes of Explosives, Eleotrio Appliances,
Magazine Charges for the removal of   Wrecks, Etc.,  Etc.
In the Matter of the Velvet, Rossland Mine, Limited
IN LIQUIDATION
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of the above named company are
required on or before the 30th day of
April, 11304, to send their names and addresses and particulars of their debts or
claims and the numes and addresses ot
their solicitors, if any, to William Albert
Stearns, of 21 Leadenhall street, London, E. C, the Liquidator of the said
company, and, if so required, by notice
in writing of the said Liquidator, are by
their solicitors or personally, to come in
and prove their said debts or claims at
such time and place as shall be specified
in sueh notice, or in default thereof they
will be excluded from the benefitsof any
distribntion made before euch debts are
proved.
Dated this 5th day of March, 1004.
W. A. STEARNS.
Liquidator.
In tne Matter of the Portland (Ross-
land) Mine, Limited
IN LIQUIDATION
Spiral Falls tMnfy
The only all rail' between points east
west and south to Rossland, Nelson,
Grand Forks and Republic.
Buffet cars run between Spokane and
Northport.
Effective Jun* 14, 1903
NORTHBOUND.
Leave Spokane 845 a.m.
A">ve Rossland 4:35 pjn.
Arrive Nelson 7:26 pan.
Arnve Grand Forks....   4:00 pjn.
Arnve RepubUc 6:ie pjn"
SOUTHBOUND,
}**£• - •K-eP»Wic 8:30 a.m.
Leave Grand Fork* 10:35 ajn
Leave Nelson 7:20 a.m
Leave  Rossland io:4o ajn
Arnve Spokane 6:15 pjn
Woris: Faversham, Kent and Mailing, near Liverpool
Walter J. Robinson
AUCTIONEER
Real Estate and Customs Broker
Next Door to Postoffice
Rossland Home Bakery
Hot Cross Bans on
Qood Friday
Fresh supply of Candies
Schwartzenhauer & Wells, Props
M. W. Simoson
Latest Novelties
News and Magazines
Stationery, Toys
Fishing Tackle
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of the above named company are
required on or before the 30M day of
April, 1904, to send their names and addresses and particulars of their debts or
claims and tlie names and addresses of
their solicitors, if any, to William Albert
Stearns, of 23 Leadenhall street, London, E.C, the Liquidator of the said
company, and, if eo required, by notice
in writing from the said. Liquidator, are,
by their solicitors or personally to come
in and prove their said debts or claims,
at such time and place as shall be specified in such notice, or in default thereof
they will be excluded from the benefits
of any distribution made before such
debts are proved.
Dated this 5th day of March, 1904.
W. A. STEARNS,
Liquidator
NOTICE.
In the matter of an application for a
duplicate of a Certificate of Title to Lot
6, Block 33, in the Town oi Trail (map
465A).
Notice is hereby given that it is my intention to issue at the expiration of one
month from the first publication hereof
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title to
the above mentioned Lot 6, Block 33, in
the Town of Trail (map 465A), in the
name of David Mutcliler, which Certificate is dated the 2nd day of April, 1897,
and numbered 3350O.
H. F. MacLEOD,
DiBtrict Registrar.
Land Registry Office
Nelson. B. C, 21st March, 1904.
NOUCE.
In the matter of an application for a
duplicate of a Certificate of Title to lots
7 and 8, block 60, in the Third Addition
10 the Railway Addition in the Town of
Rosssland (Map 616D).
Notice is hereby given that it is my
intention to issue at the expiration of
one month from the first publication
hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of
Title to the above mentioned lots in the
name of W. H. Jackson, which Certificate is dated the 15th day.of October,
1900, and numbered 3786K.'
H. f, McLEOD,
District.Registrar.
Land Registry Office, Nelson,
29th February, .1904.
Application for Transfer of Liquor
License.
Notice is hereby given that I will apply to the Board ol Licensing Commissioners of the city of Rossland at its next
meeting for a transfer of the liquor li
cense held by me for tho Western Hotel
situated on Second avenue, in the city of
Rossland, B. C., to K. D. Stinson.
Wm. McLeod,
Licensee.
Dated this 18th day of March, IOO4.
In Connection With
TICKETS
TO ALLIPOINTS
SHORT LINE
TO
St. Paul.Duluth,MJnneapolis,Ch[ef(o
and allJpoinU east]
Seattle ", Tacoma, Victoris, Portland
land all Pacific Coast point*,
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers
Dining & Buffet Smoking Library Oan
2-FastTrains Through Daily-2
For rates, folders and full information
regarding trips, call on or addreas any
agent ti. F. & N. Railway.
H.BRANDT, C PAT A,
701 W Riverside, Spokane
H. A.!JACKSON. Gtn. Ft. & Pass. Agt.
Spokane, Wash.
H. P. BkOVVH, Kossland Agent
ORDER   YOUR
WOOD
AT   THE
Le'Roi Stables
Dry Fir and Tamarac at
$5, per oord,
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
C.P.R. ATLANTIC S.S. LINE
r rom Kt. John.
Lk, Champlain, Apr. 2   Lk. Erie Apr. 16
ALLAN LINE     •
From St   John.
Ionian April 2   Bavarian April «
DOMINION LINE
From Portland
Dominion.. April 2   Bouth wark. .April O
AMERICAN   LINE
St. Louis April 2    New York.. April 0
RtD STAR LINE
Finland April 2   Vaderland.. April q
CUNARD LINE
Etruria April 2   Lucania April 9
WHITE STAR LINE
Arabic — April 1   Oceanic April 6
FRENCH LINE
La Touraine Apr. 7   La Lorraine Apr. 14
ALLAN STATE UNE
Laurentiaii. .Mar. 31   Numidian Apr, 14
Continental sailings of North German
Lloyd, H.A. P. and Italian lines on application.   Lowest rates on all lines.
W. P. F. CUMMINGS,
G. S. S, Agt., Winnipeg
O.W. DEY, Agent,
C. P.R. Depot, Rossland.
Telephone 39. Rossland B
THE OPAL
Nice Rooms, Free Bath,
Termu Reasonable.
Mrs. RUPERT BULMER
THE
Ix>T.r,»Y.Z(Wi*oTIo«<l)r)i»mf«ntantfUp
Powder dusted in the Uth softens the
■s4*»«*«Us»*s»>ri*»*)ts»tail1*iistl m
The Alhambra
Family   Liquor
Store
We supply only first class goods.
Oar Wines and Liquors are especially adapted to family and medicinal purposes. All goods at whole-
sal prioes. Goods delivered to
any part ol the city.    Phone 268.
GEO. OWEN   Prop.
London Directory,
CONTAINING over 2000 pages of condensed commercial matter, enable*
enterprising traders throughout tbe Empire to keep in close touch with the trade
of the Motherland. Besides being a com
pletc commercial guide to London and
its Suburbs, the London Directory contains lists of:—
export:merchants
with the goods they ship, snd tbe Colon
iul and Foreign markets they supply.
8TEAM8HIP LINE8
arranged under the Ports to which they
sail, and indicating the approximate
sailings.
PROVINCIAL APPENDIX
of Trade Notices of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in the principal
towns and Industrial centre* of the
United Kingdom.
copy a of the 1004 edition will be for
arded Ireight paid sn reoeipt of Post
Office Order for £1,
The London Director} Co.,Lld
26 Aboburoh Lane, London, X. O. THE EVENING  WORLD ROSSLAND,    B. C«, APRIL 6, 1904
ew
THE LOCAL
EXCHANGE
Little
Done   on  the
change.
Ex-
TO AVOID FOREST FIRES
Hints   for   Hunters    and
Camr»',TS During Coming Season.
ST. EUGENE STILL IN DEMAND
The Litest Quotations and
Locally    Upon    the
Market,
Sales
There ie little doiag on the exchange. St. Eugene is ocoupying
the prominent plaoe in the market.
Today's lecal Quotations I
Asked
Americas Boy....... -.... "X,
SnEur        'X
■mc* Tall        3
Canadian Oold litids         4%
Cariboo (Camp Kclla n«y) tx-Alr       i a
C*ntr.BUr  *4
Crow* Ntst P*M Coal f
Fair-lew        3
Maher Maiden -...-        3
flui
Gran
rub? Consolidated    <3-°°
Morula* Qlory
BCoaataTn I4on	
Horth Star (last lootansy)..
raMar-Cariboo..
Baa Foil	
•mlll-an	
Tom Thumb..
■X
'5
5
9
\\a
2Y,
Bid
3X
22'7a
*»-5°
na
sa
7X
Wat Sdcle Conaolidated.....
Watailoo (Assess, paid)	
Watt! Mar (Assess, paid)
ta
*a
Today's Sales.
1000 Fisher Maiden, 2io; 500 St
Eugene, 41; 200 International Coal
50c.   Total, 1700.
AN ORPHANED CHILD.
MINOR  MENTION
Last night'B Spokane train wuh
again late.
There ia n-meeling of the School
Trustees this afternoon.
There will be a regular meeting
of the Rod and Gun Club tonight
at 8:30 o'clock.
The Theatre Licence Bylaw as
drafted is pretty stringent and has
has a wide scope.
The regular monthly meeting ol
the Roseland Board of Trade takes
place this evening.
The LadieB' Aid of the Methodist
ohuroh meet tomorrow afternoon at
'A o'olock in the parsonage.
The Ladies of the Guild of St.
George meet tomorrow afternoon at
the home of Mrs. C. Simpson at 3.
o'clook.
Messrs. Goodeve has donated a
fishing rod and A. F. MoNeill a pair
ot shooting boots, as prizes ior the
shooting oontest under the auspioes
of the Rod ann Gun dub.
Next in order is to looate placer
claims on RoBslane's orown granted
property and recover values irom
diinted maohinery. There used to
be plenty on War Eagle Hill.
In the bqwling oontest at the
Rod and Gun Club, the highest
aggregate store of six games will
take the first prize, Barkdoll's
team is now  leading by one point.
A GRATIFYING SUCCESS-
Ea.l.r Ball   Laat  Evening at Minera'
Union Hall.
The Easter ball last night, under
the auspices of the MacKinnon &
Sohorlemmer Dancing Aoademy,
was a gratifying success.
During the evening a medley
danoe took place, the best lady and
gentleman nancers of whioh received prizes. Owing' to difficulty
occasioned the judges in rendering
a decision, several couples had to
dance a second time and the prize
winners, Miss Putnam and Mr. It
O. Patterson, had to change part
nert and dance a third time beioie
the judges could reach a satisfactory conclusion.
Every summer and autumn
large areas of public and private
forests are devastated by fire. This
destruction is a universal injury.
It not only destroys a valuable as-
Bet in the list of the country's resources, but is productive ol floodn.
The forest is the most effective
means of preventing floods and
producing a more regular flow oi
water ior irrigation and other useful purposes.
To prevent the misohievouB forest fires a law has been enacted
which forbids setting fire to the
woods, and forbids leaving fires
(camp fires and others) without
first extinguishing the Bame.
The law provides a maximum
fine of $5000, or imprisonment for
two years, or both, ii the fire is set
maliciously, aud a fine of $1000,
or imprisonment for one year, if
tbe fire is due to carelessness. It
also provides that the money irom
these fines goes to the sohool lunds
of the oounty in which the offence
is oommited.
Commissioner W. A. Richards,
of the U. S. Land Office, has
ihsued circulars, warning the public against carelessness, inasmuch
as many fires start irom neglected
camp fires, and makes the lollowing requests:
1. Do not build a larger fire
than you need.
2. Do not build your fires in
dense* masses oi pine leaveB, duff
and other combustible material,
where the fire is sure to spread.
3. Do not build your fire aganst
large logs, especially rotten logs,
where it requires much more work
and time to put the Are out than
you are willing to expend, and
where you are rarely quite certain
that the fire ie really and complete
ly extinguished.
4. In windy weather and in
dangerous places dig a fire hole
and clear off a place to secure your
fire. You will save wood and
trouble.
5. Every camp fire should be
completely put out before leaving
the camp.
6. Do not build fires to clear
oft land and for other similar purposes without informing the nearest ranger or the Supervisor, so
that he may assist you.
As hunters, fishers and oampere
will soon haunt the woods and
streams, it is hoped that newspapers everywhere will circulate tois
warning and information.
Shall tha City Council Act aa Foster
Father.
Mrs. Louis Nadeau oalled at the
World offioe this afternoon and
told the following story.
"I want to go to Spokane in the
morning and I am burdened with
the support of a child which is not
mine. Four months ago Issac
Champeau who is now ill in the
Nelson hospital gave me his two
children to care for promising to
pay Ior their support. He hat
failed to do so. One ot the child
ren has been taken by Mrs. Honey
the other one, Therese, a girl of
seven, is on my hands. I wrote to
the City Counoil about the matter
a month ago and got no reply. I
went to the City Hall and waB told
by the Chiei oi Police that ii I
abandoned tbe child 1 would be ar
rested,   What am I to do?"
POWDER SMOKE-Did, it ever
give you headaohe? Dr. Scotts
headaohe powders are a*,qnick and
tore oure. Sold at Morrows Drug
it .re.
See our line oi children's hats
and baby caps before buying. The
Crescent.
r-q-
FREE
The best Bar Lunoh in town,
from noon until midnight, every
day, at
THE WINDSOR
SMOKE THE BEST
W. B and
Crown Grant
Cigars....
They Are Union Made
Patronize a Home Industry
List Your Property With
Walter J. Robinson
AUCTIONEER
Real Estate and Customs Broker
You won't harden or shrink
woolens with Sunlight Soap.
The purity of the oils and fats
and the absence of free alkali
prevent that 2B
NOUCE.
Now is the time to buy spring
dress goods as our Btock is complete.   The Cresoent.
LOST—A bunoh of keys, finder
please leave at this oflice and receive reward.
The swellest line of collars and
belts to be had in the city at the
Crescent.
WANTED— Married couple or
woman cook to take charge of a
good boarding house. Inquire at
thie office.
White vesting for waists.   Atk
to eee them at the Crescent!
Walker's Rye Whisky, 75o, Por
Wine, 76o, Sherry 76c per qt. bottle
At the Family Liquor Store Wash
St.
In the matter of an application for a
duplicate of a Certificate of Title to lots
7 and 8, block 6o, in the Third Addition
to the Railway Addit:on In the Town of
Rosssland (Map 6l6D).
Notice is hereby given that it is my
intention to issue at the expiration of
one month from the first publication
hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of
Title to the above mentioned lots in the
name of W. H. Jackson, which Certificate is dated the i{th day of .October,
iqoo, and numbered 3786K.
H. F. McLEOD,
District.Registrar.
Land Registry Office, Nelson,
29th February, 1904.
NOTICE.
In the matter of an application for a
duplicate of a Certificate of Title to Lot
6, Block 33, in the Town of Trail (map
465A).
Notice is hereby given that it Is my intention to issue at the expiration of one
month from the firat publication hereof
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title to
the above mentioned Lot 6, Block 33, in
the Town of Trail (map 46(A), in the
name of David Mutchler, which Certificate is dated the 2nd day of April, 1897,
and numbered ntttO.
*    H. F. MacLEOD,
District Registrar.
Land Registry Office
Nelson. B. O., 21st March, 1904
Application for Transfer of Liquor
License.
Notice is hereby given that I will apply to the Board ol Licensing Commissioners of the city of Rossland at ita next
meeting for a traneler of the liquor li
cense held by me for the Western Hotel
situated on Second avenue, in the city of
Roseland, li. C., to K. D. Stinson.
Wm. McLeod,
Licensee.
Dated this 18th day of March, IOO4.
Have you any property
for sale?
I have buyers for
houses and lots.
If you want to sell list
your propei ty with me.
I have a buyer for a lot
on Second Avenue.
Why pay rent when you
oan own your own house?
I can't sell your proper
ty unless you list it with
me.
I have some parties
wanting to rent furnished
houses.
Houses and lots for sale
on easy terms.
I can rent that house
for you.
I have a piano to rent
Have you any furniture
to sell?
I can sell it for you.
Do you want.to do business?
If you do call and see
me.
Walter J. Robinson
AUCTIONEER
Real Estate and Customs Broker
Next Door to Postoffice
THE OPAL
Nioe Rooms, Free Bath,
Termt Reasonable.
Mrs. RUPERT BULMER
20 ROUNDS 20
GL©VE CONTEST
 FOR A DECISION	
Robert. Fitzwilliams
-AND-
Crown Point Hotel, Trail.  Lead-
ng hotel in tht unelttjr oity.
Fred Oreel
For the Amateur Championship
of the Kootenays
MONDAY, APRIL 11
To the
Merchants
Why Don't
You Increase
Your Business?
Do not sit down and complain of lacic ot
business, beoause people are sending out of
the city for their goods.
Hustlinq will
Do the Trick
Give them to understand that they can
save money by dealing at home.
YOU WILL HftVE
TO SHOW THEM
That you oan sell them better goods for
less money than they can get them for at
some Cheap John department store in the
east, and keep the money at home.
When you have done this
You will get the results
The next question is how to reach the people to tell them what you want them to
know
You can do this by keeping your advertisement in
The Evenina
World....
*
It reaches all the people and goes in all the
homes In the oity. 0 0 Ita circulation is
increasing every'day.
Give it a Trial
And you will not complain aa to the reamlto

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