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THE EVENING   WORLD
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Vol. Ill NO. 136
ROSSLAND, B. C. THURSDAY, JANUARY, 28   1904
Price,Flve Cent
RusseFs Kidney and Liver Pills *nL™° m H
ARE  PURELY   VEGETABLE
A Positive Cure  For Kidney   Trouble,
Liver Complaint, Headaohe, Billiouaness,
Cositiveness And Dyspepsia.
ONE PILL A DOSE
25c    A BOX OR  5   BOXES   .FOR   $1.00.
Sold in Rossland, At
Morrow's Drug Store
NUTSHELL
Items of Interest  Round
the World.
LATEST TELEGRAPH BULLETINS
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.
Our Prices are Right
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THE UP-TO-DATE JOB PRINTERS.
The Doings of Conspicuous Persons
Affecting Canadian Interests.
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^ INCER1AINL1NES
Of 12c, 15c. and 20c articles, and we   nt
offering the same for short time,
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Medicine, It oures old and ne« Sores, Ulcers,
Eoezema, Salt Rheum, Itching Piles, Chafings,
Pimples, Blackheads and all Skiu Diseases. This
Ointment has been in upe almost half a Century.
Testimonials from thousands who have been
oured of Skin Diseases of long standing testify
to its Curative qualities.
Korea has kindly acknowledged
the independence of Panama.
John Houston has bitterly attacked the government.
Sir John Anderson has been appointed governor ol the Malay
States.
Five Russian transports with 25,-
000 men are preparing to start for
tbe Far East
Russia declares that it has oome
to the limit of its possible concessions.
The natives of German South
west Afrioa are besieging the white
ocovpiers of the country.
Munro's majority in North Oxford was over 1000 instead of 800
as at first reported.
The influence of Eouador is said
to be postponing South Amerioan
recognition of Panama.
On the coming Russian reply
hangs the fate of peace or war in
the Far East.
A six round boxing contest between Ryan and O'Brien ended
slightly in favor of the latter.
Itis reported that the British free
import party will be reorganized
under the Duke of Devonshire and
Lord Rosebeey.
Leader Macdonald's vote of want
of confidence in the MoBride government was lost by 19 to H.Sooial-
ists and Labor voted with the government.
Post mortem examination revealed that Whitaker Wright died
from a dose of cysnide of potassium
taken while receiving his sentenoe.
There is more lawlessness in the
Crow's Nest than in any part of
the provinoe. There are more foreigners tbere(imported by the ooal
oompany)than elsewhere.
A Chioago judge has ordered the
release of Mayor Harrison from
the custody into which he was
taken by order of the coroner for
complicity in the causes of the
Iroquois theatre fire.
"BEWEAR"
Directions for use—Apply freely night and morning, or often as required.
 PRICE—
50 Cents a
8ox
Editor Evening Woiild—
There seems to be a misapprehension concerning the letter in
your paper on Friday last, regarding the oity clerk, that I wrote the
said letter.
I wish to state tbat I had nothing
whatever to do with the communication, as the writer of the letter
was H. B. Mackintosh, brother of
I Governor Mackintosh of thiB city.
Yours Sincerely,
Harky McIntosh,
Hoffman House.
BOUNDARY DEVELOPMENT.
It Is Now Able to Double Its Present Output
HAMPERED BY SHORTAGE OF GARS
Tactics Pursued by Canada's Great Railroad Seriously
Interfering With Output of the Boundary
and Rossland Shippers.
MANUFACTURED BY
Dr. Bruhn Medical 60.
NEW YORK
Sole sgent for Rossland, T.   R. MORROW, TIlB  DrUggJSt
• CALL FOR A TRIAL BOX
Ths Police Commission***
The new police commissioners
have been gazetted today for Rossland. The are, according to the
recommendation understood to bave
been made by Mayor Clute, viz:
the mayor, fx-officio, Alderman
A-o\taadJamei Young.
After years of wc rk tbe Bound
ary is apparently at last in a position where it will be able to reap
the fruits of tbe constant development carried on. The smelters,
owing to tho nearness of tho flux
and also the nature of ths
Boundary ores, are enabled to treat
mines at a fairer rate than any
other smelter in this part of the
country, whether Kootenay or
Washington. The Granby Bmelter
has inoreased its furnaces to six,the
Mother Lode Bmelter is about to do
the same, and the Sunset reduotion
works, will presently have three in
operation, Tbe Dominion Copper
oompany is having railway spurs
laid to its Brooklyn and Stemwinder mines in Phoenix and will then
be able to send out 400 or 500 tone
a day. Tbe Snowshoe mine, when
it reBumss shipment shortly will be
able, and dssireB, to send out
500 to 800 tons daily. The Oro
Denoro, the Morrison and Athelstan are in a position to double
their present tonnage. The Senator
and other properties are becoming
shippers and many other claims are
being rapidly opened up and will
be ready to Bhip in a few months.
The Granby smeller has just announced in Montreal that it pro
poses to double its smelter oapacity
and treat a tonnage of 4000 tonB a
day. The output last week of the
Boundary mineB was 17,000 tons
and would have been larger had
cars been available. Within two
or three months, when the mines
tbat are about to resume shipments
Btart up, it is evident that,including the ore now being offered which
the.C. P. R. ie unable to handle,
there will be at least 27,000 tons a
week ready for shipment. When
the various Bmelter enlargements
are made the tonnage offered will
be over 40,000 tons a week.
All this seems well indeed, wilh
plenty of smelter accomodation,
with a cheap rate of Bmelting, with
mines capable of indefinitely increasing their product, everything
would point to a good time for tbe
Boundary.
It must, however, be rememberad
that when a mine has installed expensive machinery capable of
handling 2000 tons a day, it does
not like to only send out 500 tons
beoause of insufficiency of cars. For
the interest on the outlay will go
just the same. The fixed oharge
for the payment of the men employed on the machinery will be
no less. It is readily enough to be
seen therefore, that with a large
plant and a small production, the
coat of the ore is increased.   From |
it is stated on unimpeachable au
thorily that Boundary mines are
losing from 30 to 60 per oent of
their profits. The inclination is
therefore, to keep the properties
dosed down until such time as
these conditions are improved, so
that the cream of the profits shall
not be lost to the shareholders, it
increased is only a few cents,but in
low grade ore, such as the Boundary, there is a small margin of
profit, although a heavy outlay of
capital, consequently these few
cents count very muoh indeed.
The trouble in the Boundary at
the present minute is a trouble
which is more or lesa echoed all
over Canada.it Is the lack of cars
and motive power. The C, P. R.
for a long time past has made persistent efforts to capture the grain
trade of the Northwest. This grain
trade laBts ooly a few months in
the year, but its oausumption of
oars is enormous, for in the first
place cars are some time on the
journey and again they are detained indefinitely at either end. Further when onoe the cars get into
the Northwest they never seem to
be able to get out again, being
kept there in a sort of railway
pound apparently.
FLOURISHES
TOMAHAWK
Houston Gets  After
Bride
Me-
PREMIER IS EVERYTHING BAD
Member for Nelson is Much Dissatisfied With the Liberal
Conservative Policy
thil source of unnecessary expense
Of course the oars thus wasted
are mostly ordinary freight oare,
whereas dump cars are those needed by the Boundary. The C. P. R.
bas fallen behind with dump cars
even, and oonsequantly any kind
of oars are weloome over there just
now.
The situation as to the Boundary
country with regard to railway
freight is short haul and a daily
one with no delays at either end.
Tbe mines there are constantly
complaining of the lack of oars.
If suoh is the casa now, what will
it be after the enlargement of the
smelters and the opening of many
new mines, together with the increase in the output of others, de*
mantis the handling of possibly
double the present tonnage? The
C. P. R. simply cannot do it, but
unless they are able to do it the
Boundary country must sit down
and take a rest while the C. P. R.
are thinking about it.
The situation is all tbe more
reprehensible aB the Canadian rail
way has blocked every effort of tbe
Great Northern to enter the country in competition. They oannot
handle the freight themselves, they
treat the Kootenay with contempt
and play the dog in the manger
with those who bold better opinions
I    (Continued from forth page)
- Victoria, Jan. 28—John Houston resumed the debate on the budget and claimed that he alone pro
posed to discnss the subjeot Irom
the standpoint ot the Liberal-Con*
servative party. He was perhaps
the only Liberal-Conservative in
the house.
Cotton called fqr names' when
the member for Nelson said some
of tbe spoeches delivered were good
and some bad.and Houston replied
that the worst was that of the At*
torney-General, and the next worst
that of the Premier.
He oharged the Government with
calling for retrenchment now, but
of over-running the estimates of
laBt year by a large sum. He commended the Socialists for the practical politios they displayed in
squeezing the Government when
they had the opportunity.
The attitude of the banks, he de»
dared, was that oi an exacting
pawnbroker, who, when his bankrupt customer pawned hiB watoh,
pronounced him in a sound financial condition.
He asked the Government how it
reconciled its promise to relax the
taxes on mines with its estimate of
$85,000 more from that source tbis
year than last.
He ridiculed the Premier's refer*
enoe to "me and my party." He
denied the existenoe of any party
belonging to the Premier, and when
questioned by Bowser as to why he
wanted to join the Government, he
replied that his objeot was solely to
compel it to come up to its pledges,
and be would have done so had he
entered that Government.
He suggests that il the Government wished to retrench they
might cut out the department of
mines altogether, and the loss to
the province would be slight.
He also suggested that the ministers give earnest of their pledges
of eoonomy by outting down their
own salaries, or by decapitating
some departmental ofBoers in Victoria.
The Government's railway polioy
he predicted would end in provision for John Hendry's road along
the Hats of False oreek.
He complained bitterly of the
Government's failure to expend the
$40,000J appropriation for a
Court House in Nelson by the
Prior Government, and, alluding
to the Government's olaim that
the Lieutenant Governor stood in
the way of Ihe issue of licences in
Southeast Kootenay, deolared he
did not believe it. Ht attributed
tbe failure of the Government to
give Nelson justice to the aotion of
(Continued on forth page.) THE EVENINGSWORLD, KOSSLAND^B. C, JAN. 28,
1904
The Evening World
Br the WorW.Fnbllahing Company.
Entered at Ihe Rossland, B. C, poatoffice fo
tranamiaslon through the mails,May i, 1901 a
aecoud claas reading matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATBS-$j,oolper year sin
variably In advance. Ail re-tlalng ratea matk
known oa applieation.
JAMES H. FLETCHER.'£3
'.ifllNatRAL   MANAGER:
T. I)   8)C. }0I Rossland,  B.
THE  LIGHTING  FRANCHISE.
The Wohi.d returns thanks   to
Messrs. the City Counoil and City
Solicitor   Nelson.   It   is   glad   to
hear   at   last   definite   legal   pronouncement as when notice should
be given to the Lighting company.
To be sure City Solicitor Nelson
did not quite know whether the
notice already given was sufficient,
and   thought   an   additional   one
would do no   harm, but we are
glad to know   that a notice has
baen given, and are also pleased
to hear that the oity can i pend six
months in examining the books of
the oompany, and that it may ai
any time after after  that give a
two months'  notice of  its desire to
resume the franchise.   This is cot
quite the  World's  reading of the
contract nor  its understanding of
he same, but it iB the City Solicitor's.   Whether it will be that of
the company's solicitor, remains to
be Been.   But if these legal luminaries differ, it will be a case for
the courts, and in such an event
Rossland, like any other layman,
will simply have to grin and bear
it.
In this oonneotion it may be well
to remark that City Solicitor Nelson informed Alderman MoDonald
at the last council meeting that if
the oity gave notice of resumption
of the franchise just now, it would
be obliged, under penalty of damages, to carry out such notioe. The
World don't believe a word of this
and wants to know what damages.
It has asked this question before,
and under the penalty of being sat
upon by the ponderosity of the
present incumbent of the solicitor-
ship, would be glad if that gentleman would air his views on this
phase of the subject.
dearly for its food for a short length
of time, but Greater Britain would
be  built   up.     Dwellers   on   the
islands, cramped by the million in
a small space can  oome out to the
colonies, and  make  their forluu et
ia   supplying   the    Empire   with
bread ancl beef.   There are far too
jmany   in   Great   Britain,   but in
| Greater Britain, land every whit
as good as the long tilled soil of
Greater  Britain can be had for tie
asking, or for a mere song.   Morb
over if   Great Britain   closes its
markets by reason of  its system of
freo imports atj.umt  tho oo'.ouius,
Great li:itain  will assuredly close
its  markets  iu   turn  against   the
Mother country.   And  as the bulk
of English manufactures are non
going to Greater Britain, (he consequence will  be  that some ol the
men reprosented in the Manchester
Imperial Labor Federation will be
out a job.
TI6KETS
TO ALL   POINTS    •
EAST and WEST
VIA
MR.   HAWTHORNTHWAITE.
Important Special Sale
iV       We have a very large range of Ladies, Misses and Children's j*§
W Felt. Plush, Velvet and Satin Slippers that we are now   offer- &£
^:s. in? al 20 per oent discount.   All must go.    Do not be too late &
& to get the best bargains. VS
Ic.O.iLALONDEl
| THE   SHOEMAN.1:      ^1
CHAMBERLAIN   AND LABOR.
A Manchester, Eng., organization, entitling itself the Imperial Labor Federation, has
placed itself on record, slating that
it was not in favor of a duty on
food stuffs| until suoh time as the
Empire could produce all the food
stuffs necessary for consumption
within itB own limits. ThiB is
putting the cart before the horse
with a vengeance. It is admitted
that the Empire does not produce
sufficient food stuffs within its own
boundaries to support the whole ot
its population. The Manchester
men considered, declare practically
that it never shall. It is indeed
difficult for a new country to start
upon any trade in successful competition with an older one. This
is on all fours with any business
scheme of a similar nature. Hence
some measure of advantage, call it
protection, call it bounty, call it
what you will, is provided. If
Great Britain grants Greater Brit
ain curtain preferential advantages,
the wheat fields of Canada and the
cattle pastures of Australia will be
opened up. Great Britain might
possibly have to pay slightly more
The member for Nanaimo is evidently very Bore with the Liberal
parly for the attacks it has made
upon him and Mr. Parker, for their
adherence to the McBride ministry.
He points out that he owes alle
giance to none but his own party.
That is true enough and Mr. Hawthornthwaite is responsible to his
electors and to   the province   at
large for his conduct under such
oircumstanceB. But Mr. Hawthornthwaite  goes   a  step further and
oharges   the   Liberal   party   with
having done little for labor.    Presumably  the Nanaimo man  said
this in defence of his refusal to
make common cause with the Liberals.   Why should he so any more
than with the Conservatives?   If
the Liberal party could claim and
substantiate  such   a   claim,   that
they   were   indeed   the friends of
labor, Mr. Hawthornthwaite would
ocoupy an illogical position,no matter how the interests of hiB party
demanded his present adherence to
Premier MoBride.   But this is just
what the Liberal party cannot do.
They can, it is true, point to certain acts having been furthered by
them,   to   certain  planks of their
platforms and to certain promises.
But in this they are no better off
than are the   Conservatives   who
oan make just such a similar assertion or assertions.    Could   tbe
Liberals show, for example, that
they had invited men of the Btamp
of Mr. Hawthornthwaite into their
councils   when making a nomination, the matter would have a different face    But this is what they
cennot do any more than can their
rivals in power.    Therefore there
is no just ground for  attacking the
member for Nanaimo.   He is acting on   his own   ideas.   If   they
do    not     succeed,    and    it  can
be  shown that   some   alternative
oourse, easily foreseen, would have
done so, Mr. Hawthorthwai.e will
stand condemned of  his own people.   But it is for them to condemn
him first.    After  that  nobody else
need   trouble   themselves   in   the
matter.
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and Briars.
Fine Line in CIGARS,
Put up in 10 and 25 in a box|
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Sample Rooms
For Commercial Men,
Finest Grill in Kootenays
in; connection.
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SHORT LINK
TO.
St. Paul,Duluth,Minneapolii,Chi«»go
and all'points eait
Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria,',Portland
and all Pacific Coast point.
Through Palace and Tourist Sleapers
Dining & Buffet Smoking Library Oars
2-FastTrains Through Daily-2
For rates, folders and full information
regarding trips, call on or address any
agent 8. F. Sc N. Railway.
H. BRANDT, C P A T A,S."
701 W Riverside, Spokane
TlUENNISTON7G WT'A,
Seattle, Wash.
H. P. BROWN, Rossland Agent
Mutton per lb (side) 13-15
Turkey, per lb 23o
Veal, per lb (side) 18o
PE0VISI0N8
Almonds, per lb 25c
AppleB, per 501b box $1.2511.50
Bananas, per doz 40c
Beans, per lb 60
Butter, per lb  25 35o
Cheese, per lb 20c
Chocolate, per lb 40-50o
Cocoa, per lb 40« $ 100
Coffee, per lb 25 50o
Condensed Milk per can 15e
Dried Peas, per Ib 80
Eggs, per doz 30-40
Flour, per 501b $1-50-1.65
Grapes, per lb 15o
Honey, per lb 25o
Jams and Jellies per lb 1213o
Lard, per lb 17$o
Onions, per lb 5o
Oranges, per doz 40-50o
Pickles, per qt 20c-25o
Plums, per 201b box SOo
Potatoes, per 1001b sack $1.08
Rice, per lb 80
Boiled Oats per lb 5o
Sugar, per lb G.Jo
Vinegar, per gal 50c-75e
Walnuts, per lb 25o
Watermelons, eaoh 50 60c
FEED
Bran, per ton $27
Hav, per ton $27
Oats, per ton $32
Shorts, per ton $30
MISCBLLANEOWi
Coal, per ton, Gait, $8.50
Kerosine, per gal 60o
Soap, per bar 5o
Wood, per cord $4.50-$5.50
Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway
Red Mountain Railway
Washington Si Great Northern R'y
Vancouver,Victoria ii Eastern R'y it
Nav. Co.
AND
BILLIARD>ROOM *
P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstcke.Green-
wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL  MARKETS-Rosslzndj Trail, Nelcen.t Ymir, Kislo
Sandon, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, Grand Forks,
Greenwood, Phoenix, Midway, Camp   McKinney,
Revelstoke, Ferguson and Vance nver.
Fish,  Came and Poultry in Season, Saniiges oi All Klndi.
WM. DONALD, Men-ger R eieltnd Hunch
ALL  KINDS   OF   DRY
woeo
W. F. LINGLE
Office opposite   Grea
Northern   ticket ofUV
next to Bad Bur
The only all 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. B. & 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. A N.
Co. for Kaslo and K' & S. points.
Connects at Curlsw with stage for
Greenwood and Midway, B. C.
Buffet cars run between Spokane and
Northport.
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Effective June 14, 1903
NORTHBOUND.
Leave Spokane 8:45 a.m.
Arrive Rossland 4:3c pjn.
Arrive Nelson 7:20 p.m.
Arrive Grand Forks....   4:00 pjn.
Arrive Republic 6:15 pjn'
SOUTHBOUND.
Leave Republic 8:*o a.m,
Leave Grand Forks 10:3; a.m
Leave Nelson    7:20 a. m
Leave  Rossland io:4o a.m
Arrive  Spokane 6:15 pjn
Mails close Mailfl delivered
in llv ex- daily except
cr,   Su nday Monday at
epo :30 am 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.
Kobson, Castlegar
Mon., Wed., Fri > Wed.. Rri., Bun
6:30 a.m. 7:00 a.m.
Gladstone
Daily Daily
For further information regarding
reservation of berths or price of tickets,
apply to any agent of the above companies, or to
H. A. JACKSON
i-.tr.trsl Paaa*Dytt aa
epcaana. War
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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 cane $5,60-6.60
Cape, Bennett, per box 75o
(.(nl, tlstkiruiib itr ten 722 60
Dynamite. 60 per ct, per lb 19i
Dynamite, 50 per ot, per lb 18a
Dynamite, 40 per ct, per lb 16^0
Fuse, Bbnnett per 100 ft 75c
HammerB, per lb 15o
Iron, per lb 3 j So
Nails, base, per keg $4
Shovels, per doz $7.50-10
Steel. Canton per lb 8 Jo
Jmeat and poultry.
Bacon, per lb 18-20c
£eei, per lb (side) 9-10o
Chickens, each 60-90o
Fish, per lb 12J-15o
Haw, par lb 18-20o
(;:4<> a. in.
6:oo a. m.
Northport, Spokane
aud all United States
points. Paterson, B. C.
Daily except Datlv except
Sunday Sunday
9:40 a. m. 6: oo p m.
Kaslo, and also Waneta,
Ymir. Nelson and Salmo,
B.C.
Daily Daily *:oo p m.
9:40 a. m and 7:00 a. m
Ordinary letter mail
only for all Eastern
Canada, and the United Kingdom and all
European Mid other
foreign countries.
Daily Dally
5:15 p m. 7:00 a. hi
All|point« served by
the Canadian Pacific
Railway, the Northwest Territories, Manitoba, all Eastern Canada, the United Kingdom, and all European
and other foreign countries.
Daily 5:150 m.. Daily 7:00 a. M,
Crow's Nest Pass and
connections, Nelson.
San., Tues., Tnur Tues., Thur., fa
7:00 a. in.
5:15 p. m.
Dear Park.
Daily except
Monday
7:00 a. m.
Daily except
Saturday
5:15 p.m. J	
Sandon.
Daily5:i5p.m Daily 7:00 a. ni
Trail, Arrowhead, Nakusp, Revelstoke Station, Halcyon and Columbia River, Slocan s
and Lardeau District
point and connections
Daily 5:15 p m. Daily 7;oa a. m.
All points served by
the Canadian Pacific
Railway west of Rv-
elstoke Station, including ' hina and Japau
and Klondike,
STOCKS AND   REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE—Four-roomed cottage
nicely finished, ar d three lots, we 11
fenced and cleared. Price, $1,200, part
cash down.
FOR SALE—Small lodging house, going concern, cheap rental.   A bargain.
 APPLY	
DYER & FLETCHER
E120 Columbia Ave.
Tha Hoffman House has 60
wall heated room*- An up-to
dato family hotel. THE EVENIMG5W0RLD ROSSLAND, B. C„ JAN. 88, 1904
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Rim-l<ss EyeGlasses
An EyeGlasn that stays on.
We carry only the beat
Lenses, and bave all tbe
newest styles of Fram-s in
Oold. Gold Filled, Silver,
Nickle Steel.
Druggists Sl
Stationers,
Goodeve Bros, i
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IN MINING   STOCKS
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FOR SALE
House and Lot \\
On Thompson Avenue
$150.
J. B. Johnson & Co.. I
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The Cotton Powder Gomoanv. Ltd
32 Que an Victoria St.,   iONDON   E. C.
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Krom St. John.
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From St. lohn.
Pretorian.... Feb. 8   Causian.    . Tan. 30
DOMINION LINE
From Portland
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RED STAR LINE
Finland Feb.6   Zeeland... Tan. 30
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Lloyd, H. A. P. and Italian lines on application.   Lowest rates on all lines.
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NOTICE
Take Notice—that a plaint has been
entered and summons issued out of the
County Oourt of Kootenay holden a'
Rossland, wherein the Nelson and Fort
Sheppard Railway Company are plain'
iffs and the Canadian Pacific Exploration, Limited, are defendants, and
wherein the plaintiffs claim is as lol-
ows:
The Dlaintiffs claim from the defendants tbe sum cf $650.00. The following
are the pa ticulars:
To 200,000 feet of mining timber sold
by the plaintiffs to the defendants at 50
cents per thousand $100.
To 2,200 cords of woods at 25 cts.
per cord. $r,;o.
MADAME   BEST
THE.FAMOUS
Phrenologist; And Palmist.
She can read your life like a book.
She is the only gold medalist in British
Caiumbia. She,has the re nutation of be
ing the best Palmist that has ever been
in British Columbia. If you want to
know or learn any thinn consult this gifted lady. It was she who predicted the
Frank disaster. No money accepted 11
readings are not satisfactory,
QOFFICE.HOUKS.q.a ,m tr£o.p%m.
The Hoffman House Room 4.
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Dry Fir and Tamarac at
$5, per cord,
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< i   Noted;?for     ts choicej brands of J j
J J liqnor" and cij-ars. <«
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Unless the soap you
use has this brand you
are not getting the best
' lik for tbe Octagon Bar. *4<
M. W. Simoson-  :
[Blue print'paper, Office;;
and School  Supplies. jj
► Latest Novels    and all   kind   0 ! >
alionery.
Total'
$650.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that an order made herein on the 2<jtb.
day of December, 1 903, wherein it is
ordered that service of the summons,
plaint and the said order be effected by
publishing notice of the s*id summons,
plaint and order for six weeks in tbe
"World'1 newspaper, published in the
City of Rossland, and posting to the de-
fenaantZ of a registered letter containing
a copyof the "World" newspaper having the first publication of such adver-
tisemen addressed to such defendants
at there reeietercd office in London,
England, shall be good and sufficient
erviceupon the defendants of the said
ssummons, plaint and said order.
The first publication of this advertise
ment is on the 30th day of December
1903
50  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Mark*
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone aenfllnR aikatoh and (loncrlntlon may
(luteal? tutorial ir opinion froo whether an
iiiv,>iiih.ti im probably patantable. Coniniunir-A..
Nona fttrlctly comment In). HiitKllxiokon I'utouU
ient free. olileNt Huoney for ■ocurliitr tmleiitH.
Patenta taken through Munn A Co. receive
•prri'il iff ti-f, without chnrgo. lu tho
Scientific American.
A handsomely llluotratocl wprskly. Lnnront circulation of nny nr.ei.Uli.: Jruiriial. Tortim, |3 a
Tuar: four months, $1. Boldbyall now ad color*
MUNN &C0.'6"*"— New York
. Branch office, 636 V su- Waihinmon. tx ti
Big reductions is the thing at
°urrummage sale ail thia week-
ThaOavasaeot.
Notice
Notice is hereby given, that I
have appointed Mr. Richard Thomas Evans, Deputy Sheriff, in and
for the Bailiwick of South Koote
nay.
S. P. Tuck.
Sheriff.
Rowland, B. C. January, 20 1904.
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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.
Ib born again in later Roman Britain.
Fnds a tattooed record bv his wifn on
his body. Rescues a Roman lady from
a bull and is taken into favor. Lives
and dies in her service. Wakes up in
Saxon England just before the Battle of
Hestings. 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.i
again sleeps and wakes in Edward I
reign. Finds himself a sleeping saint
in an Abbey. Catches the Abbot at a
Drunken least.
CHAPTER VIII (Continued)
'It iB against the canons of our
order.'
'A malison on thee and thy
order I Is there, then, no effigy in
yon chancel, no ieoord of her—I
mean of that noble lady and those
comely little ones?'
'I know of none, Sir Saint.'
'Think again. She was a frank
lin, she had wide lands; she reverenced tby Church, and in her
grief, being woman, she would
turn devout. Surely she bnilt
some shrine, or made thee a portico, or blazoned a window to
shame rough Fate with the evidence of her gentleneBB?'
'There is none suoh in St. Olaf's.
But, now thou speakest of
shrines, I do remember one some
hours' ride from here; unroofed
and rotten, but nevertheless, such
as you suggest, and in it there is a
cenotaph, and a woman laid out
straight. She is cracked across the
middle and mossy, and there be
two small kneeling figures by her
head, but I never looked nicely to
determine whether tbey were blessed cberubin or but common children. The shepherds who keep tbeir
flocks there and shelter from the
showers under the crumbling walls
call the place Voewood.'
'Enough, priest,' I said as I
paced hither and tither across the
hall in gloomy grief, and then taking my hasty resolution I turned
to him sternly—'Make what capital thou liBt of tonight's adventure,
but remember the next time thou
sort—turn thy face to the wall!'
The frightened Abbot obeyed; I
shed in a white heap upon the
floor my saintly vestments, my
mitre and crook on top, and then,
stepping lightly down the hall,
mounted upon a bench, unfastened
and threw open a lattice, and plac
ing my foot upon the sill, sprang
out into the night and open world
again!
I walked and ran until the day
came, southwards constantly,
and asking my way of an astonish
ed bind, but for the moBt part
guided by some strange instinct,
and before the following noon
was at my old Saxon homestead.
But could it be Voewood? Not a
vestige of a Iiouho anywhere in tbat
wide grassy glade where Voewood
stood, not a sign of life, not a sound
to break the stillneBs! Near by
there ran a little brook, and against
it, just as tho monk had said were
the four grey walls of a lonely
roofless shrine. Over the shrine,
on the very spot where Voewood
stood—alas! alas!—was a long
grassy knoll, crowded with baw
thorns and little flowers shining in
tbe sunlight. I went into the ruined chapel, and there, stained and
liohened and broken, in the thorny
embrace of the bramblee, lay the
marble figure of my sweet Saxon
wile, and by the pillow—green
velveted with the tapestry of
nature- knelt her little ones on
either Bide. I dropped upon my
knee and buried my face in her
crumbling bosom and wept. What
mattered the eclipse while I slept of
all those kingly planets that had
shone in tbe English firmament
compared to the setting of thia one
white star of mine? I rushed outside to the mound that bid the forgotten foundations of my home,
and, aw the passion swept up and
engulfed my heart, I buried my
head in my arms and hurled myself upon the ground and cursed
that tender green moss that Bhould
have been 10 hard—cursed that
golden English sunlight that suited
bo ill with my sorrows—andoursed
again and again in my bitterness
those lying blossoms overhead that
showered down their petals on me,
saying it was spring, when it was
the blackest winter of desolation,
the night time of my disappointment.
[To be  ooutiuned.)
Plenty of Fual
There seem to be little chance of
a fuel famine for Bouedary smelters for the present. It is stated
that in one day last week there
were 161 oars of ooal and coke en-
rout from the Eabt Kootenay ooal
mines, on the Kootenay-Boundary
division of the C. P. R.
Judging by the programme of
Paul Kauffmann's musicale at the
Miners Union hall, January, 29th.,
the concert will certainly be worth
the admission.
FOR   SALE
A single horse express harness,
wagon and sleigh. Easy terms.
Apply to Lay ton's Rossland Bazar.
Shoes 85o per pair, Corsets SOo
per pair, Underwear 50c eaoh. 25
per cent reduction in all our new
Fanoy Neckwear at our rummage
sale.   The Crescent.
A social bop will be given after
Paul Kauffmann's mueioale, by
request on Friday evening < t the
Miners Union hall,January 39.
A speoial feature of Paul Kauffmann's musicale at tbe Minera
Union hall, on January, 29th., will
be the first apparance of the Mandolin orohestra, being oomposed of
14 peices.
Pompeian Massage Cream
Removes, Blackheetls.jFreckles
and Pimpples and brings color the Cheeks.    For Sale at
Royal BarberShoo
SUPPLY HOU'dE.
W. J. PR EST. PROP
The Hoffman   Cafe.      open
night- Short orders  a  specialty:
Rossland Home Bakery
A fall line of
Confectionery
FRESH BREAD
Petcb & SchirYarizeiiiiauer'Props THE EVENING  WORLD ROSSLAND.    B.'C.   JAN.28,1904
THE LOCAL
EXCHANGE
Increased Buying On Market Today
CENTRE STAR STOCK GOES UP
The Latest Quotations and Sales
Locally    Upon    the
Market.
The market showed some improvement this morning. Advantage was taken of the low state of
themarket in American Boy to
purcbase a large blook at favourable ratea. Centre Star Btock and
Giant both showed an .improve
ment.
Todiy'i Looil Quotation*:
Ajked     Bid
American Bo,........       ty,        ta
Ben Hot mm.... 4
Black Tall m       3 '
Canadian Oold »lelda         ty. 3
Cariboo (Camp McaUnna*) ex-di*       3% t
CentreStar  24 "
Crowa Neat Faae Coal |      (
Fairview         4 3
Piaher Maiden         t 1
SUnt         2a
Granby Conaolidated   Jj.co $4.00
Morning Glory         1% '
Mountain Lion ,  14
North BUr (laat Kootenay)  7
Payne «... ntf «X
Quilp - 7
Rambler-Cariboo  16 24%
Ban Poll         *a *a
Bullimn        sii 4
Tom Thumb        3 s
War Basle Conaolidated  uX 12
Waterloo (Aaaeaa. paid) *,        3
White Bear (Assets, paid)         5 4
Today's Sales.
War Eagle, 500, 12^0.    American Boy,  10000,24c;  White Bear
1000,  4±c;     Waterloo, 12000,   5c.
Total 13,500.
The   great rummage sale   still
oontinues at the Crescent.
Grand Hockey Match
THE LADIES  vs.
THE BANK OF MONTREAL
Thursday Feb. 2nd
The Event of the Season.
MINOR MENTION
Famous for Fit*
We are complimented every day
upon the splendid fits we give our
customers. Many men who have
had their clothes made by tailors
in the eastern oities, tell us the
most perfeot fit they ever had are
thoae we gave them here.
Taylor & McQuarrie, the Fash-
onable Tailors.
WANTED—A woman to do family
washing at her own house. Apply
to M. this Offioe.
DON'T FORGET THE BAND
CONCERT AT THE RINK TO
NIGHT SEASONJICKETSJARE
GOOD.
Mrs. L. Nadeau will<)take lodgers
at the Headquarters   Hotel.
Our Rummage sale prices are the
alk of the town,    The Cresoent.
The Masonic ball oocurs thin
evening.
Col. Holmes is reporting favorably on the local corps  of  militia.
The new armoury will probably
be started as soon aB the snow goes.
The RoBBland Aerie of Eagles
is making a great showing.
The band conoert at the rink tonight ought to attract a large number of skaters.
Satisfactory progress has been
made to date with the new plant
at the White Bear.
The new motor at the Le Roi No
2 Elmore mill is in course of installation.
The Le Roi and the Le Roi No 2
will hold their annual meetings in
London next week.
Percy Wilkinson has left for Nel.
son where he will reside in the
future.
The snowshoers a had tramp to
Ferndale last night under the captainship of C. O. Lalonde.
It is understood that' the Miner
is going to cut of all dead heads on
its circulation list. Where will its
subscribers be?
Harry Mcintosh is hoarding tbe
town with pictures of his hotel.
This is as a set off to Mayor Clute's
asboretum.
The Miner is apparently so
driven by lack of subscribers that
it is wanting subscriptions from its
exohanges. Cheerful news for itB
advertise, s.
It iB reported torn Trail that tbe
War Eagle reduction works are
nearing completion despite the Be
verity of the weather. They
occupy much ground.
There will be a congregational
meeting in St. Andrt w'e churoh on
Sunday next for the purpose of extending a call to the Rev. Hugh
Grant now of Pinoher oreek.
The new armoury will not be
available for publio gatherings
otherwise than for charitable pur-
poBes,at the pleasure of tbe local
officer commanding,
SKATERS AND DANCERS
SHOULD REMEMBER THE
BAND CONCERT TONIGHT
SEASON  TICKETS ARE GooD
THERE WILL BE THE   USU
AL BAND   CONCERT AT   THE
RINK, TONIGHT    JAN. 28th.
22 Hoffman Cafe
OPEN ALL  NIGHT
Oysters In Any
Style
Meals Berved at all hourB.
Harry Mcintosh
Proprietor.
SOCIETY   CARDS.
Ft \      Ti*     FKATKRNAI.   ORDrlK   Of
■   KJ.   aVj. Kahi.kh,    Roeaaud   aerie.
Mo, ia, Regular.nirrtlnna erery Monday tren-
Ian, 8 p. m, Minera' Unioa Hall,
A .M,I>ul(on W> t
fl. D«ala(. W. iaeaakMr,
Beating Tha Clergy
Montreal, Jan. 28—Last Sep
tember Archbishop BrucheBi placed
Les'balB, a Sunday newspaper pub
li: hed in tho Frer>ch language, uu
der the ban of hiB displeasure, forbidding tbe faithful to read it.
The paper promptly changed its
name to Le Combat, continuing its
attacks upon the clergy. Yester
day a pastoral letter was read in
the Roman Catholic churches placing the ban upon Le Combat. Tbe
paper had evidently learned that
this was to be be done, for its last
issue announoed that it was the
last of ,I.e Combat, but L'Action
will appear next Sunday and thai
the present [directors of the Le
Combat will not be connected with
it.
by
Get ready for   the  Cernival
ordering a made-to-order suit.
Taylor & McQuarrie Tai
lors.
FOR SALE—House and Lot,
Prioe 1350., corner of Kootenay
avenue and Washington etreet.
Enquire at premises,or Wm. Beaty
Boundary Development,
of our mineB aud are wishful to
help in their development.
But this dog in the manger poli-
co is now vitally affecting Rossland.
The Boundary Bmelters are able to
offer a better rate for many ores at
Rosslaud than the smelters at
Northport and Trail sre willing or
able to give, conseguently the situation in the Boundary is one that
affects RoBsland to a very consider
able extent, and an extent that is
likely to increase than to decrease
Hence their cause in this, as in
other matters, is the cause of Robb
land.
Liberal-Conservative  Convention.
At Victoria on   the   Fir at Day   of February, 1904.
The convention of the Liberal-Conservative Union of British Columbia nill be held in Viotoria, on Monday, the First of February, 1904,   commencing at 9:30 o'olook a. m.
All Liberal-ConservativeB will be welcome. The to right vote ia confined to delegates chosen by Liberal-Con
servative Association or district meetings convened for this 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 tha eleotoral distriot or riding. Proxies oan only be used by members
of the Union.
| |BusineBS—General, eleotion of offioere and suoh other matters as may be brought forward.
J. S. SEYMOUR,    •
Chairman of Executive
ALBERTA
FKESH BUTTER
25c per pound
AT
AGNEWS
Tha Leading Groclar
ESTABLISHED 1849.
GEORGE GREEN.
ITHE FOUNDRY.
ABERYSTWYTH,        -:-       ENGLAND.
Manufacturer of Concentrating Machinery.
MEDALS—Royal Cornwall Polytechnic; Gold medal' Interratirn.il  Mir.irp Exhl
bition, Crystal Palace, 1800.    Only award for Concentrs tort.
MORTGAGE   SALE
FLOURISHES
TOMAHAWK
the party convention there in declining to express faith in the McBride Government. "It sometimes
costs $40,000 to express an opinion."
Houston concluded his speech
with the declaration that tbe renord
of the McBride Government had
dispelled any hope of Liberal-Conservative success in the province.
Stock must be sold at any prioe
Leaving Rossland on February 1st
Madame Le Blano.
A Third  Locomotlva
A third Shay locomotive was
added to the ore hauling equipment
of the C. P. R, on the Phoenix
branch last week. The new engine
No. 1903 is ten tons heavier than
Nob. 1901 and 1902. All threo of
these huge machines are keep busy
in taking care of the Granby mine
tonage.
$14.00    Hats   for    $500      at
Madame Le Blanc's telling outsale
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CONTAINING over 2000 pages of condensed commercial matter, enables
enterprising traders throughout the Em
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of the Motherland. Besides being a com
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its Suburbs, the London Directory contains lists of:—
EXPORT.MERCHANTS
wilh the goods they Bhip, and tho Colon
ial and Foreign markets tbey supply.
STEAMSHIP LINES
arratiged under thc Ports to which they
sail,   and   Indicaiing   the   approximate
sailings.
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of Trade  Notices of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in the principal
towns  and   industrial   centres  of   the
United Kingdom.
copy A of the 1904 edition will be for
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Of Valuable Residential Property
Under and by virtue of 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. D. iy°4> 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 579A,
on which is erected a well built story and
a half frame dwelling, lighted with electricity. The grounds .-re laid out in
lawn, with ornamental trees, enclosed
wtth stone and frame fence,
For further particulars and  conditions
of Sale,
Apply to
HARRIS Sc BULL,
Bank of B. N.A. Bldg.
Vancouver, B. C.
Vendors' Solicitors.
Or to
ORDE & CO..
Real Estate Agents,
Rossland B. C.
Dated Dec. 36th 1904.
SPECIALTIES:
Stamps with latest'improvements, of up-to-date design, and with wearing parts o*
Hadneld's steel,;frcm 2 cwts. to 10 cwts. per head, Stcrttitslitis, Outlets. Jlgf
Trommels, ^Varners, etc., all crristnictfd in sections for Iscility of Itinftirt if Ce
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 n eiely 1111 ir.al ics
Estimates for complete plants on application.   Special attention given to vintac
engineer's specifications.   Telegrams—"IIGGER " Abervstwvtti
SOIREE MUSICALE
Given by Paul Kauffmann's Puplis and   Orchestra.
Friday Evening January 29, At The Miners' Union Hall. At 8 O'clook
Sharp.
PART 1
Sousa
POWDER SMOKE—Did, it ever
give yon headache? Dr. Sootts
headaohe powders are a qniok and
■nreoure,   Sold at Morrows Drug
sion
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
people. It may cost a
little more, but you will
find it cheaper in the
end. Stop and think
about it.
The Alhambra
Family   Liquor
Store
We supply only first class goodB.
Our Wines and Liquors are especi
ally adapted to family and medi
oinal purposes. All goodB at whole
sal prices. Goods delivered to
any part of the oity.   Phone 268.
GEO. OWEN   Prop.
ROUGH HOCKEY
Roaaland   Playad ■   Tla Gamo with
Varnon Taam
Vernon, Jan. 28.—-Special—A
tie was played wUh Vernon last
night, five goals all. The game
was very rough but the Rossland
hookey team are all whole.
Urtt't Y-Z (WUe Head)DtaliifecUnt Soap
powder dilated la tha bath aoftana tha
U.Ulillala11l'''~'1'"t'U,J**' -
/.   March—"Directorate        .       .        .        .       .
Orchestra and Piano, Four Hands.
Piana, Miss Nettie Lingle and Ira McNaughton
2.   Polonaise       .........      Hoist
aMiss Cyprienne Le Blanc
J.   Piano Duet—"Mazurka" *   .     Behr
Miss Flossie Hooper and Howard Owen
Harvest Dance Poolnam
Miss Alice Braden
Keller
j.    Star of the Sea, Reverie Kennedy
.Miss Anna V. M. Robinson
6. (<i)   Loreley Fanlasie—Arr. for string quartette and piano, Weiss
Solo Violin, Miss Gladys Stewart
Piano, a\Hss Grace Stewart
(b)   "Reve Apres le Bal"—Arranged for string quartette
and piano Boustel
Solo Violin, Miss Margaret McCraney; Piano, Miss Blanche
Raymer: Violin Secondo, Robert Kenning; Viola
Ira McNaughton,- Cello, Paul Kauffmann
7. Vocal Solo—"Answer" Robyn
Miss Ina Uuquharl
Piano Accompanist, Miss Blanche Raymer
Violin Obbligato, Miss Margaret McCraney
S.    String Quartette with IHano Accompaniment—
(a) Op. 8 PUyel
Piano, Miss Alice Fox
(b) Menuett from E flat Symphony      ....     Mozart
Piano, Misses Grace Stewart and Anna Robinson
Violins, Misses Nettie Lingle, Margaret McCraney, Katie
McDougal, Gladys Stewart, George Dunn,
Robert Kenning, Horace Le Biauc
Viola, Ira McNaughton ; Cello, Paul Kauffmann
PART 2
"Dream on the Ocean" Gungl
Orchestra and Piauo, Four Hands
Piano, Miss Blanche Raymer and Ira McNaughton
Piano Duet—"Spanish Dame," Op. it       .       .     Moszkowski
Miss Nettie Lingle and Ira Mc Ma ugh ton
Vocal Duel from " ll Trovatorc" .... Verdi
Misses Mary and Katie Purcell
Violin Obbligato, Miss Margaret McCraney, Robert Kenning
Piano Soto—"Tarantelle," Op. Sj      ....       Htller
Ira McNaughton
(a) Mazurka -"Dell Oro," arranged for mandolin orchestra
 Tomato
(b) Mandolin Polka, arranged for mandolin orchestra   .   Pratt
Mandolins, Miss Laura E. Gordon, Mrs. C. M. Lancaster,
.yir. Merlon Stephens, Mr. Paul Kauffmann
Guitars, Misses Kathyleen Byrne, Mary Purcell
.Mr. Roy Stephens
Violins, Misses Kate McDougall, Margaret McCraney,
Gladys Stewart, George Dunn, Robert Kenning
Ira  McNaughton.
Piano, Miss Mabel Lockhart
Violin Solo—"II Ttovatore," Fantasie      .      .      .      Singelee
Miss Margaret McCraney
"Bonnie Sweet Bessie, the Maid of Dundee" arranged for
violin, piano and cornet	
Violin, Robert Kenning
Piano, Miss Alice Fox
Cornet, Theodore Manhirc
"Marche aux Flambeaux"      ....       Scotson Clark
Orchestra and Piano, Four Hanils
Piano, Misses Mabel Lockhart and Blanc JuRAiyii-er
14,
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