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THE EVENING WORLD
Vol. I. No. 12
ROSSLAND, B. C, TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1901.
Price Five Cents.
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We have recently received a large consignment of
Children's and Misses' Shoes
Which were shipped us by mis-
lake. We are goini; to offer
I hem for tbe next Thirly Days
at a big reduction to clear out
the entire lot. Here are some
prices
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EAre nojv oarrying a large and complete line ol Kodaks and hand cameras, and Amateur Photographers
Supplies at Toronto and New York
list, prices. Why send away lor
your goods when yon can buy rijdit
at home and save tie mail and ex-
preSB charges.
CARPENTER   & CO.
Iver 1>- j ini-.ii E.prces Office
V.&N, PHONE 17.
POSTOFFICE BOX 'Sul
THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING CO..Ltn.
— Dealers in—
Hay, Grain, Feed * Mill Stuffs
B. & K. Rolled Oats, Cereal Procucts,
Wheat, Whole Corn, Cracked Corn and
WHOLESALE  ANb RETAIL.
JOHN  PHILLIPS
Builder and Contractor.
Ollice and Shop in Iho   Imperial   lllock.
Telephone 125.   Jobbing a Specialty
RcstdtoceMonteClirUtoQt.,3rd bousesmut* of
Baptist t-Jtuicli
O. M.Fox&Co.
Crock us,
Teas and Coffees.   Crockery and Glassware
Columbia Avenue
nun (in.en.
Rossland
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VIEWS	
Rossland
Photos at    *
Linton Bros.
I&lei'nJioDal Lunch Couuter
:W. H. WALTON.
Beht Meals in the city. Sliort orders, hot or
Cold lunches. Regular meals. V,ve\\ ileli-
the market uftViuts.
SEE   OUR
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No. 36 Columbia Avenue.
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FANCY   PASTRY
WEDDING
CAKES   A Specialty
ASHINGTON,  But. FlItRT & CoLUMMA
STOCK  MARKETS
Rambler and White Bear
. Active Sellers.
A  MOVE IN  HOMESTAKE
Fastern and local   Quotations and
Sales   This   Morning-
Other Notes.
Houicsteak moved up a point
this morning ou the local market
and there is some enquiry for the
the stock. White Bear and Rambler-Cariboo were active sellers
here and in the east. 2000 Cariboo (Camp McKinney) sold this
morning for 41. The market had
no particular ieature this morning.
Today's Toronto Quotations.
War  Eanle	
Centre Star	
Iron Mask	
Rarobler-Caiibbo
Giant	
California	
Asked
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Todays sales in Toronto iuclud-
od tho lollowing: Claifornia fiOO
at 4c, Republic 1500 at 21J, White
Hear 5(100 I h.
Todays Local Quolalions:
Asked Bid
Athabasca f *t °°
Br C, 1 '.uld Fiflda         3
BlgTIiree        aK 1
HlHck Tail       10 SJi
Brandon St Golden Crown         5 4
California        s'A 3K
Canadian Oold Fields        (1 4
Qnrlboo tcamp McKinney)      -12 39
Centre Star        3* 3"'A
Crows Nest Pass Coal JK*j ot>   ffio 00
Deer Trail No. 2         3 2
Dnml-e           I.1,
levelling Star (Assess, jmid)...
Giant *.	
Homestakc (Assess, paid)	
Iron Mask (Assess, paidj        33W
Iron Colt	
IX L	
Indian Chief (Spitzee)	
iumbo 
Ling (Oro Denoro)	
Knob 11111	
I.one Pine	
Monte Clnisto	
Montreal Gold Fields	
Morrison	
Mountain I.inn	
Noble Five	
North Star (Kast Kootenay).. ..
Novelty	
Old Ironsides	
Payne	
Peoria Mines	
Princess Maud	
-Jnilp	
Kainbler-Cllribuo	
Republic	
[it, Jvlnio Consolidated	
aullivau	
TuninrftC (Kenneth) Assess, jiaid
Toiu Thumb	
Van Anda	
Virginia	
W»r Uncle Consolidated	
Waterloo	
White Ileal	
Winnipeg	
McKinley at Frisco.
Sau Francisco, May 15,—President McKinley will make his official entry into San Francisco late
this afternoon accompanivd by the
members of the cabinet, who
crossed the continent with him.
He will be escorted through the
principal streets by an imposing
body of regulars and volunteer
troops, veterans of the civil war
and citizens.
A PRETTY
WEDDING
Sweney-Rtiff Nuptials This  Morn-
ing---Offfor the Honeymoon.
Dreyfus Exonerated.
Brussels, May 14.—The Independence Beige publishes affidavits
signed by Count Ferdinald Walsin
Ksterhazy before the French consul in London, admitting the
authorship of the Dreyfus bordereau. He also declares that the
bordereau was written by the connivance of Colonel Sandherr, ex-
chief of. the secret intelligence
bureau.
NEWS BY WIRE
Today's Associated Press
Dispatches.
We have got what you have been look-
in;; for fir in the latest styles of cloths
We guarantee a good fit. Everything
llrst-class. If you come once you will
come again.   McMillen, the Tailor,   tf
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Today's Hales:
Giant, 2000, 8%cj Rambler-Oarlbon,
2IIIM), 25c, 10110, 2J'4e, 1000, 2o'^c; White
Hear, 10,000, IV; Cariboo, Camp McKinney, 2000, lie; Centre Star, 1000,
30,'_c.   Total'sales, 19,000 shares.
Men's Heavy Saotch Knit Un'erwear,
all wool, worth $j.50 per Buit, this week
$1.50. Men's heavy cotton summer
Underwear reduced to 50c and $1 per
suit. A lot ol odd Undershirts 50c to
clear, at J. H. Robinson's, Columbia
avenue.   * 	
Ladies' and Children':! Trimmed Hats
are now selling at half prite. This will
only lust during the month of May.
Come earlv and gel your choice at Misa
New Spring Goods,
They are Beauties.
Nothing Cheap
About them
But the Price
The largest Stock in the
City to Select from.
HEARD&SHOULT
WEST END TAILORS,
Columbia Ave.       Next door to Empey's
Pretty's, Columbia avenue.
3'
Pure, ready mixed   paint*),  $?. per gal-
Carpet Cleaning
Works.
Carpets taken up, cleaned and
relaid, Awnings made -to-
order.       Phone 221.
J. H. HONEY
loll.
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Daniels & Chambers
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Plinne V.
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J L. Whitney & Co.
MINING   BROKERS.
II. C. nnd Washington Slocks a specialty
47 Columbia avenue.
The Rein-Jackson Co., Ltd. Ly.
ESTABLISHED I89S
STOCK BROKERS
Money Loaned on Real Estate at 12 per
annum on monthly payments.
Richard  Plewman
Stock   Broker,
Bank of Montreal Building
"Happy the Bride tbe Sun Shines on."
An exceedingly pretty bouse weddding
took place about 10 o'clock this mornin;;
in the charmingly decorated drawing
room of Mr. and Mir. E. W. Ruff's residence on Cliff street, in this city.
The contracting parties were Miss
Mary Belle Ruff, daughter of Mr. aud
Mrs. Ruff, well known in Roselund social
ciiclep, and Mr. Guy Irvine Siveney of
the Great Northern railway's gtmeral
offices, at Seattk).
The nuptial knot was tied by the Rev
J. Millen Robinson of St. Andrew's
Presbyterian church.
In Ihe drawing room this morning
over the temporary altar was suspended
a beautiful floral bell from which stream
ers ot white and yellow l-ibbbns were
tastefully draped, the colors of both
blending with the Bowers. The rest ol
the room was profusely decorated with
daffodils and white carnations prettily
intertwined with Oregon grape vine
turning the place into a veritable bower
of floral lovliness for the ceremony. Immediately behind the bell was an artistically arranged mound of rock decorated
with moss and flowers and forming an
effective background to the bridal couple
when they appeared for the solemn and
interesting service.
Miss Ruff, who made a most charming
bride, was attired in a very becoming
travelling gown of pearl grey broadcloth,
the bodice being of pearl grey taffeta
tucked silk with a bolero of Irish point
lace, and a chou of sunset pink pannel
velvet, and carried a bouquet of bridal
ro.es.
The, bride who was given away by her
father, was accompanied by Miss Mabel
Whitney as bridesmaid) Who was costumed in a pretty gown of caster ladies'
cloth, relieved by a cream-colored vest,
ind carried a bouquet of pink carnations.
The groom was supported by Mr. C.
II. Utquhurt, of S-jaltle, who came down
from Alaska to ack as best man on the
momentnous occasion, assisted by Mr.
Bruce T. Sweney, brother of the groom.
Invitations to the wedding were issued
lo the intimate fiiends of the contracting
parties here aud in the States, and after
the simple wedding service waa concluded the assembled guestd were enler-
taincd at a dejeuner, the bridal lable being most effectively decorated with
Sowers and yellow ribbon festoons.
Mr. and Mrs. Sweney left oil the noon
train for the honeymoon. They will
visit Chicago, St Paul and other eastern
Cities, most of the time being spent iu
Iowa where Mr, Sweney's relatives reside. Upon their re urn in about six
weeks time they will lake up their residence in Seattle.
Miss Ruff will be greatly missed in
church und social circles in Rossland,
where Bhe has long been a universal
favorite. Iluring the paat week she has
been entertained at a number of luncheon parties given in her honor by her
girl friends.
A large number of beautiful presents
weie received here by the bride, and
many were sent direct to her future home
in Seattle by friends of the contracting
parties in Ihe State*;
London, May 14.—A dispatch to
the Daily Mail from Bremerhaveu
says that the Steward of the eteara-
of the Kaiaer AVilhelm Der Grosse
who discovered the gold that was
alleged to recently have been
stolen from the strong room of the
vessel, disappeared at noon last
Friday. His disappearance is unaccounted for. He was to have
been married ou the day lie disap-
[eared.
If you have a room to paper or a house
to paint ret estimates from Daniels &
Chambers.   'Phone V. & N., 182.     tf
Lipton Chagrined.
London. May, 14:--Sir Thos Lip-
ton returned to London this morning, chagrined by the result of yesterday's race. But he is confident
the Shamrock 11 ia the better boat
and thoroughly believes something
lias gone wrong. He is anxious
to see her dry dock.
CONDENSED AND CONCISE
The Latest Current News from all
Parts of the World—Interesting
and Refreshing.
You can get a Swell Trimmed Hat for
$1 at Eagles'. tf
WENT DOWN IN
THREE MINUTES
Fifteen   Persons Perished-Officers
and Men Were  Cool and
Collected.
Madrid] May 14.—The cabinet
has decided to-end the state of sieg
in Barcelona and to restore the
constitutional guarantee there,
Constantinople, May 14.—In
consequence of the recent postal
seizures by the Ottoman authorities
several mussiilmen, including a
priest of the Faith Mosque, have
been arrested. It is rumored
Reished Pasha, formerly minister
of finance, has fled from the country.
London, May 14.—According to
the London correspondent to the
Tribune disquieting rumors are
again prevalent in this city with
regard to the health of J. Pierpont
Morgan.
^Yokohama, May 14.—O. P. R.
Steamship Tartar left here for Vancouver this morning.
Loudon, Ma,y 14.—Mr. Henry
W. Mas8inghi.ni, writing in tlie
Daily News this morning regarding
Mr. Winston Churchill's speech in
the commons last night says nothing like it has been heard since
Gladstond died, and he predicts
that Mr. Churchill will one day be
premier of Great Britain.
Before purchasing elsewhere call and
see our stock of wall papers and paints.
Daniels & Chambers, near Empey Bros
A new shipment of Ladles' Trimmed
Hats arrived today at Eagles'. tf
Royal Twins.
V. & N. Phone 82
Easy matched patterns in wall paper
at F. W. Pretty's.   'Phone 187.        tf
St. Louis, May 14.—The first
authentic information concerning
thc wreck of the City of Paducah,
which occurred at Brunkhoi-st
Lauding, Illinois late Sunday
night, was obtained early today.
Fifteen people lost their lives in the
catastrophe, six whites and nine
blacks.
The City of Paducah slopped at
Brunkhorst Landing at 8:30 o'clock
Sunday night and took on a load
jf corn. When in the act of backing away from the wharf the boat
swung around and bit the bank
heavily with her stern. A snag
imbedded in the bank tore an
enormous bole in the hull through
which tbe water rushed. She al
once began to settle and at the end
of three minutes nothlrg but her
riKif, Texas deck and pilot house
remained aboye the surface.
The impact with the hidden
snug, accompanisd as it was by the
noise caused by the shifting of the
cargo warned the passengers, The
ollicers acted with coolness and as
the boat settled, helpped the assen-
lo the cabin roof from which the
boats were launched.
The passengers lost all their belongings and had to be supplied
with clothing by those who were on
Bhore.
The City of Paducah lies in about
thirty feet of water and the loss
will be. total. She was valued at
116,000.
Men's regular $|7 Suits this week $12.
Regular $10 Suits thia week $7. Regular
iii Suits rni. Regular tu Suits this
week $8. Other lines reduced to $3.50
and $4 per Suit, at J. H. Robinson's, Columbia avenue.
Frankfort, May 14. Princess
Charles of Hesse, the youngest sister of Emperor William, gave birth
to twin sons this   morning.
Men's White Shirts, best brands,
regular fl, $i 25, $1.50 and $1.75. This
week 50c, 750 ,»1 and 1.25, at J. H. Robinson's, Columbia avenue.
Boer Buildings.
Loudon, May 14.—A parliamentary paper just issued shows that
034 farm buildings, mills, cottages
and hovels were burned in the
Orange River colony and the
Transvaal for June 1900 to the end
of January 1901.
A  QUEER  SUBJECT.
Daath of the   Man With ml Musical
Heart Four Times Normal Size
Elfin, 111., May 14.— Robert B.
Brown, "the man with the musical
heart," whose melodious pulsations
had fo:- many years furnished him
a living and physicians a subject ot
much fruitless speculation, died at
the Sherman hospital here today
day nf pneumonia. A post mor-
lein examination revealed the fact
that Brown's heart was four times
the normal size.
Ladies'
Eagles.
Trimmed   Hats    reduced   at
t-t
Paint your bouse with I'\ W. Pretty's
paints, two dollars per gallon. 'Phone
187. tf
Get Your Papers
and magazines at the  Postoffice   News
Stand.   A full line of stationery  always
on  hand.      Agency  for  the  Evening
Woeld. ftlfc feVEMt^G WoRLl), ROSSLAHD. h, C, MaY, 14, I
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The Evening World
By the World Publishing Company.
Published daily in Miners' Union hull. Ross
land, in thc interest of organized labor iu British
Columbia.
Watered at the Rossland B. C. postoffice for
transmission through the mails, May 1, iyoi, as
•ccond clans reading matter.
SUBSCRIPTION KATHS-Wfty cents per
month or $500 year, invariable in advance, Advertising it.-iiiis made  known on   application.
Adilicn-,   all   communications    to   James IT.
Fletcher, Manager, p. O. box 55S, Rossland, B. C
MINE REPORTS.
The report of Mr. llernard Macdonald, the general manager of the
I«e Roi No. 2, to tbe I.ondon hoard
concerning the mine up to the first
of last menth is interesting reading
and suggests the query why such
a report on the Centre Star and
War Kagle should not he made
public every month, or of tetter if
necessary. Incidentally there
would seem to be no good reason
why Mr. Macdonald's reports
should not be published here' simultaneously with their appearance
in the English papers.
The general manager states that
the arrangements made with the
Northport smelter last fall permitted the treatment of a maximum of
250 tons from the I<e Roi No. 2
and Great Western mines. The
shipments from Le Roi No. 2 were
first commenced last fall in a small
way hy sending a few cars of ore
each week to the Northpor smelter,
and this has been increased week
by week. The shipments thus far
have been made from ore coining
from the drives running through
the ore bodies or from the sill
floors of the stopes being opened
on the ore shoots. In only one instance have these stopes been extended aboye the first floor.
Turning to the question of values it is shown that the gross values of the 3400 dry tons shipped
during March from I.e Roi No. 2
equalled $55,419, or $16.61 per
ton, made up as follows: Gold,
$9.05; silver, 84c; copper, $6.72.
Allowing for the cost of mining,
freight and treatment and refining
it will be seen that the net return
to the company ou these 3400 tons
was between $6.75 and $7.00 per
ton, or about $22,950.
Altogether 8592 tons have been
shipped out, giving a gross return
of $165,485, or $19.26 per ton, the
net return received by the company
being between 858,000 and $60,000
to the date of the report.
Iu another column of this issue
will be found the details of the exploration and development work
accomplished, showing a total of
17,066 feet.
The mines under Mr. Macdonald's management are now looked
to to make the pace and set the
example in mining in this camp
and the reports of progress published every month will be watched
by all mining men with great interest. We repeat that it would
be of great service to the industry
if they were published here simultaneously with their appearance in
England.
THE CENSUS.
The census commissioner for this
district, Mr. Thomas Parker, has
stated that the returns for Rossland
city are now all in and it has been
whispered about the streets that
the totai population of the city will
be around 6500. It seems a piece
of official foolishness that the commissioners are prevented from giving out the total reported and that
the public should have to wait until the government blue book is
published for the information, and
no good purpose is served by Such
red tup«-tb. '
It is il e _-'-',eral belief that Rossland will rank as the third city of
the province with New Westminster a close fourth. Taking the
census in a mining camp is necessarily a difficult matter owing to
the floating nature of a portion of
the inhabitants and the difficulty
of getting at bona fide absentees.
No one desires to see the returns
padded, or show anything except
the actual fact regarding the population, but very naturally the community as a whole is ambitious
that the city should rank as high
as possible and that there should
be no omissions or blunders iu the
returns which will stand as our
record at this date for the next ten
years.
Victoria people have already
taken alarm at the manner in
which they claim the census of the
capital was taken and arrangements have been made by which
Victorians will take a census of
their own.
It is not expected that the details of the census, or any facts
concerning it, will be made public
by the officials at Ottawa for some
months yet but 6500 will be found
not far from the mark for Rossland.
MR. SMITH CURTIS.
The Toronto Globe in a recent
issue had the following to say
about the Rossland member in the
provincial house. We recommend
the editor of the morning paper to
carefully peruse the article in question as it may help him out of a
difficulty he has blundered into:
"Mr. Smith Curtis, one of the
most prominent members of the
opposition in the British Columbia
legislature, has hinted at an intention of retiring from public life at
the close of the current term. Mr.
Curtis' friends will regie t to hear
that this statement has been made
because of the unsatisfactory condition of his health.
"It would be unfortunate from
the public standpoint if the member from Rossland should find it
necessary to retire. Those who
have observed his public course
will agree that he is the sort of
man whom it is well to have iu
politics. He is a student of affairs
iu the wider sense, and his reading
and observation have imbued him
with progressive ideas,, while his
well balanced judgment restrains
him from attempting the impossible or the impracticable. He is a
fair and courteous opponent, and
of incorruptible character. He is
courageous in the advocacy of his
views. He has already won a
prominent place iu provincial politics, having been a member of the
former administration, and continuing to be a leading member of the
house when his party went into
opposition.
"II the precariousness of his
health is the only reason for his
desire to retire it may sincerely be
hoped that the reason will not long
exist, aud that even before the
present term has expired he may
feel himself sufficiently restored to
remain in public life."
Tomorrow will be pay day and
the readers and supporters of the
World should scan our advertising columns before making purchases. It fs only fair to support
those who in turn support your
paper.
Four dozen Children's Trimmed Leg-
born Hats nicely trimmed, commencing from the 1 stli for Ibis week onlv
Jj.i;o each, nt Eagles'. If
We have the best assortim-nt of wall
papOtti and lowest prices in British Col.
umbla. Daniels & Chambers. 'Phone
V. & N„ 182. tf
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«^«-ACCIDENT
Muy not be flerious enough lo
demand a doctor's attention or
even call for drugs or medicines,
hut some sort ol Tin ment will be
beneficial. Morrow's Rheumatic Liniment will give instant relief. No family should
be without a bottle.     Sold at
T. R. MORROW'S
DRUG STORE.
Geo. Agnew & Co.
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We are here to stay.   Place your
account with us where you will be
Treated Square and Save Money
AGNEW & CO..
GROCERS
Washington Si. and Third Ave. V.Si N. phone u,i
kffflMw
THE    HEALTHFUL   HOME.
We have every requisite for health or beauty
tbat is carried by nny first class ririifu>.!>l—all
those soothing and helpful remedies for the infirm, as well as the toilet necessities and lie.il. Ii
requisites for the baby. The housekeeper will
find here all those useful secrets of successful
housekeeping, especially required iu the spline
aad fall huuserU-aninn.
The Rossland Drug Co.,
Traders Hlock,     .   Queen atidJColmnhia avenue
The GRAND UNION HOTEL it is easily seen,
Is splendidly run by Proprietor Green;
Buy one glass- of beer and a
free lunch you'll get,
Such as sometimes you've
heard of but not often seen;
Neat and clean furnished
rooms can always be had
At such low prices as will make
the workingman glad.
ucbi.AVe.   Geo, H' Green, Prop.
Rossland Cigar Factory.
Why not patronize a lioir-e in-
ilnslry? It will ai-wist Union labor
and kebp the money at homo. Auk
for a Crown Grant or W. K. Cigar
when you buy.
THOS. EMBLETON
the West Le Roi avenue Grocer,
KEEPS    EUERYTH1NQ
THE MINER WANTS TO EAT
Fancy and Staple Groceries and
Provisions at lowest f rices.    Goods delivered to any part of the city.
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I Paulson Bros. !
Aro now located in their
New Quarters, corner of
First avenue and Washington street, and will be
pleased to see all their
customers, both old and
new.
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Paulson Bros.
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The Largest
and best bottle of
Sewing Machine
Oil for 25 cents at
Taylor & McQuarrie
TAILORS
lS Columbia avenue
H. W. SIMPSON,
—Dealer in—
Groceries, Flour,
Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Mill Feed.
Second avenue.
V. & N. Phone 68
Best Butter in Town      \
Just received, in 14, 20 and 28 pound tins,
also one pound bricks, in Jersey, Government Creamery and Hazelwood. Freshest
Eygs in the city.
*   MORRISON & BRYENTON
134 E. Columbia Ave
P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke,Green-
wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL  MARKETS-Rossland, Trail,  Nelson, Ymir,  Kaslo,
Sandon, New Denver, Silver.ton, Cascade City, Grand Forks,
Greenwood,  Phoenix,  Midway, Camp   McKinney,
Revelstoke, Ferguson and Vancouver.
Fish,   Game and   Poultry In Season,  Sausages of  All Kinds.
WM. DONALD, Manager Rossland Branch
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Hardware, Miners' Supplies, Stoves,
Ranges, Etc., Etc.
I    The Royal Bank of Canada,    |
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CAPITAL PAID UP,   -   -
RESERVE FUND,   -   -   -
- $3,000,000
- $2,000,o00    I
-   $1,700,000
!Ui;ECTOR8
Thomas E.lv nny, Ksq. President
Thomas Ritchie, Kv'qi Vice-Presidant
Wiley Smith, Esq. H. G. Bauld, Eaq. Hon. David Maokeen
GENERAL MANAGER
EDSON L. PEASE,     (office of Ihe Gen. Manager)   -      MONTREAL
8ECRETARY AND SUPERINTENDENT OF BRANCHES
W. B. TORRANCE, HALIFAX
Savings Bank Department in Connection with the
ROSSLAND BRANCH.
JOHN M. SMITH, Manager
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Week Commencing Monday, May 13.
First Appearance of
FOX & LONG
* Voting, Beautiful and Charming
1    Pear, MELNOTTE   SISTERS
FRED   THE     HOBBS   MAZIE
The entire Hlo.-k company in Zinn's liurlesque
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Capital, (all paid up) $12,000,000    Rest. $7,000,000.
undivided    Profits $427,180.
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HEAD   OFTICE,   TORONTO
CAPITAL $8,000,000
Hon. (ieo. A. Cox, President,
REST. #2,000,000
11 .Ii. Walker, Manager.
A SAVINGS BANE DEPARTMENT
lias been opened in connection with Ihe Rossland Hranch. Deposits
wdl lie received trom >i upwards and interest allowed thereon at the
i urriMit rale. Drafls. letters of.credit, etc., issued on all points, and
•.h m-ral lunkiiu' liusiness transacted,
HENRY F. MYTTON.
Manager. Rossland Branch
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Those wishing to buy desirable lots
in any of the Railway Additions, or
acreage near |,the city, Garden Lands,
Fruit Farms, Chicken Ranches, Etc., ai'e
requested to call at our City Office.   ^
We have some fine residence lots
which we offer at prices and terms none
can object to. ?tx ^ ^ Come and let us
show you what we have to offer.
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BRITISH NORTH AMERICA,
ESTABLISHED. 1830
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER.
CAPITAL
RESERVE FUND,
£ 1.000.000-85.860.060,
£350.000-$ 1.703.333.33
HEAD  OFFICE,   ■  LONDON,   ENG,
il. stikkman, General Manager, Montreal
J. ELM.SLY, Inspector, Montreal.
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In connect on with the  Rossland  Branch  has been
opened,     Interest at current rate.
J.   ANDERSON,
manager Rossland Branch
WOOD
ceive prompt attention,
part of the city.
Washington Street,
Opposite  Bank of Montreal,
I liave taken over the control of the Red Star Tmii-i-
ler Oompanv's wood business and orders left wilh
me at the old stand on  Washington  street will re
Well seasoned wood of all kinds delivered to «ny
W. F. LINGLE. THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C, MAY 14; ioot
THE   ATHABASCA.
Future of the Mine  as Stated  by the
Manager.
E. Nelson Fell, manager of the
Atlialiaseo, lias made tho following
statement with regard to the company's programme: "ln order to
strengthen the position and facilitate the future working of the miue
it has heen decided to curtail for
. two or three mouths the ore production and push on development
work. This course has been ren-
ilcied advisable fi'om the fact that
the shortness of water during tho
past four months has rendered development impossible. Advantage
Ol this temporary pause in outworking arrangements will be
taken to work up tho accumulated tailings in the cyanide plant."
See prires at Empey u before you buy
your hat?. 2-t
LE ROI No  2.
Details of Exploration   and  Develop
ment Work Accomplished.
In all 17066 lineal  feet of work lias
been done ou the mine  up to April let,
lust, as follows:
In The Poormau, Josie and Annie:
Winzes and raises  681 feet
Prills  5256 "
'Cross cuts  3723 "
Shading  752 "
In the No. 1:
Winzes and raises  623"
Drifts  3228 "
Cross culs  2006 "
Shafting   797 "
Tolil   i",o66 leet.
Ju-il received a new consignment of
wall papers, Latest styles. Daniels &
Chandlers.   'I'hone V. & N., 182.     tt
Rossland's Gtealesi Cash Sale. Empey 's.  2-t
Wedding Anniversary.
On Saturday evening last Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Rutherford 6f North Washington street, celebrated the eleventh
aiu.iveisary of their wedding day. A
large manlier ol guests were assembled
and a number of pretty gifts were presented to Mr. and Mrs. Itulliertord in
honor of the occasion. At the progressive ptdro contest  held iluring the
the evening Mrs. E. Stevens carried off
the first prize and the "booby" prize
was won by Mrs. William Verran. A
very pleasant evening's entertainment
was brought to a close shortly before
midnight.
The rut-li at Empey's is the talk ot the
town. 2-1
Lardeau Railway.
Any vestige of doubt as to the
C, P. R.'s intentions concerning the
Lardeau railway has been disolved
by tho letting of tho contract of the
work to Larson, Welsh & Stewart. Tho work will he proceeded
with at once and tho line will be
rapidly constructed.
Big bargains in wall  paper at  F, W.
Pretty's.   'Phone 187. tf
St. Eugene To Start Up.
The Sr. Eugene mine and mill
are again to start up and a force ol
in Iho neighborhood of 200 men
will bo employed. This will go
into etl'ect at once.
Kmpey's give  you   wbat they  adver.
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'Darlington Arrives.
Mr. Wayne|Darlington the well known
mining engineer arrived latt evening
from the east and has taken up his
quarters at the War Eagle. It is generally understood that his mission at
ihis particular juncture is lo report on
the present condition of the Centre .Star
mine for the Messrs. Husmer, MscKny
and other shareholders, He will remain here for tlie next ten days.
THE   RACES,
Spring Meeting
at the
Hoffman House
Entries close May 24th at
8 p. m.
Fifty well furnished Rooms
Miners' checks cashed free
at all hours.
Harrv Mclntesh, Prop.
V. & N. Tel.
in. r.o.box
Bga. Ollice	
nnd Ynrds—
TBIrd Ave-
imcatulWatih
iiigtcm street
Op. Hell Ml.
Depot... .....
PORTO RICO
LUMBER CO.
Rough and Dressed
Lumber.Shingles,
Mouldings and A-l
White Pine Lumber Always in Stock
Mill at Porto Rico Siding, Yards at
RoflSland ami Nelson. Head office at Nelson, B. C. We carry a complete stock of
Coast Flooring. Ceitititr, luside Finish,
TurnedWork, Sashesand Doors. Sjiecial
order work will tecelve prompt attention
American Neckwear. Makes regular,
35e and 4oc lines, this week (our for Jl'
at J, H. Robinson's, Columbia avenue.
A Home for the Duke.
New York, May 14—Tt is saitl
Hays the Tribune's London correspondent, that King Edward
intends to lit up White Lodge at
Richmond as an outer residence for
the Duke and Duehess of Connval'.
The house is small and admirably
suited for the purpose, and moreover the Duchess Bpent childhood
and girlhood there.
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♦      Talk   about setling   a   Good
f Meal, just iry one at tne
St. Charles Hotel
Kverylliiug com!...-.:able at the
Mt.Cliailes. (Jood munic in tlie
evening free. Coml Wine,Whisky
11 ml Cigars lor  motley	
Columbia Transfer Company
QRO, FUNK, Mri,
The only Transfer or Kx|ness company
in Kosslaml that will <lrllver ynur trnul: >
for J5e each.     Thiee days storage free.
ofwcb Queen Cigar Store Eiipqgjg
W, R. BEATTY,
UNDERTAKER.
OPEN DAY AND  NIGHT
TKI.kIMIONK 53aml53n
Washington Street.,     opposite Dank of'Monlrea
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Columbia
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Rosslajid,
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Telephone
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Something of Interest to You
And Your Friends, too. Just look this over, take your time, think
on what you read and remember where you are to benefit by
it. You will save a few dollars by buying at our Store for
Cost Price.
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IS MONEY MADE
200 Pairf? Kid G-loves in Black, Tan, Gray and
Green, were $1.50 and $1.75, your choice for 70c
Children's Cotton Vests Small Sizes, 4 for 25c
Children s Cotton Vosts, Large Sizes, 3 for 25c
3")c and 40c Cashmere Hose, now 4 peir for $L
SEE   OUR   POSTERS POR RRIOES
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Alhambra Hotel
$1 a day and up.
Miners' Dinner Buckets a Specialty.
The liest :5c meal In town.
The  liar keeps only tlie llest Goode.
The Strand
The most elegant ainl luxuriously
lilted bar in Canada.       A line
line of Un*.
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
You want a   Label  Cigar and you want
the best?   If that is so, try our
High. Grade
Union  Cigars
We also handle n fine line of Imported Cuban goods.
The Queen Cigar Store
CROW & MORI'.IS, 1'iops.
Columbia   Avenue.
Rossland Hotel
J.   SjlFll*
man, Prop
I-'inett Wines, I.iquore and Cigars.
The British Columbian
Wholesale Liquor Co., Ltd.
Kossland and Greenwoo.l
Agents for Pabst (Milwaukee.)
and Calgary Beers.
CENTRAL
MEAT  MARKET,
Fresh and Kail Meats, Fish Game,
I'oultrv and Oysters.
G.   W.   KERR.
Waahingtoii street and First ave.
■^Slllbi
War Eagle and Centre Star Stock are Good Investments
HUNTER  BROTHERS'
PHY  DWSNRPS ARE FAR BETTER
HANAN SHOES,
The
Best
Wearing
Shoe
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Earth.
Are swell
Shapes and
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English
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SUITS, OVERCOATS AND
TROUSERS
TWO COATS
IN ONE
CRAVE-
NETTE
RAIN COATS
W<: are Soli" Agents for this Line of Clothing,
Men's Neat Flannelette Shirts Worth 75c Special at 25c
H      Men's Summer Shoes $1.50
See Them
Fancy Stripe Merino, $1.10 Der Suit
Shirts and Drawers
CASHMERE FOOT
Regular 35c per Pair
COMFORT HALFHOSF
Four Pair for $1.00
TIBS 40c
...ALL SHAPES...
Regular 65c and 75c Values
Pure Cashmere, $2.50 per Suit   ||
Shirts and Drawers m
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HERMSDOBPI
DYED BLACK COTTON SOX
Seven Pairs lor $1.00
MEN'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
®2gmffiSgJ TUB livENika World, kosSLANii, is. c, MAV'u. tt-ot.
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The Crescent Dry Good
Importers of Fine Dry Goods, Silks Carpets Etc
LTD. 1
Our Great 30 Day Cash Sale brings us new customers every day. The
large and varied stock to select foom, and above nil the Low Cash
Prices please every one. During this, the 3rd week of our great
sale, we oiler the Tbest values in Carpets, Matting and Hugs ever
shown in this city.
Carpets
6oc English Tapestry Carpet 45c
64c English Tapestry Carpets 50c
75e Best English Tapestry
Carpet  55c
$1.09 Brussels Carpets    - 85c
#1.25 Brussels Carpets   - 95c
$1.35 Axminster Carpets $1.00
Si.SO Velvet and Axminster
Carpets  $1.25
Ingrain carpets
81.00 All-Wool ingrain    -   -
Carpets   ------        75c
85c Super Ingrain Carpets 6-,'c
7-,c Ingrain Carpets   -    - 55c
55c Ingrain Carpets   -    - 45c
Jute Carpets 1 yard wide 15c & 20c
Lace Curtains
IMPORTED DIRECT
75c Lace Curtains   -    -    - 50c
#1.00 Lace Curtains  -   -    -       75c
#1.25 Lace Curtains   -
#2.50 Lace Curtains   -
$'2.00 Lace Curtains -   -
#3.00 Lace Curtains   -   -   -
$V.oo Lace Curtains --.  -   -
Silks—Silks
95c
£1.1,5
£2.25
$3.00
Buy Now and Save Money.
£1.00 Taffeta SiJJks   -   -   -       75c
85c Taffeta Silks   -   -   -    -      65c
85c Black Satins   -   -   -   -      65c
$1.00 Black Satins   -   -   -   -    75c
$1.2*-; Black Satins   -   -    -    -     95c
Colored Satins Worth 85c and
$1.00; to close out at   -   -     50c
Silk Shirt Waists
This seasons latest and most fashionable Waist at sale prices.
$5.00 Silk Waists - - - - $3.75
$6.00 Silk Waists - - - - 4.50
■#8.00 Silk Waists - - - - 6.00
#10.00 Silk Waists   -   -   -      7.50
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Table Linens
Take advantage of our sale price
on Linens and Towels; we can
save you money.
Dress Goods
The sterling values offered in
this department brings the crowds
our Way. Our 50c.line of Dress
Coods are wonders.
40c Dress Goods
2-,'C
50c Dress Goods
35C
75c Dress Goods
50C
#1.00 Dress Goods
65C
Remnants of Dress Goods, Silks
and Velvets at half price.
Wash Dress Goods, all new.
This seasons latest at 25 per
cenf. off.
Ladies Dress Skirts; special values this week at $2.75, 83.40, $3.85
and $4.2./.
Muslin  Underwear
Everyone is taking advantage of
our great sale in Muslin Underwear; the largest stock and the
lowest prices in town.
75c Night: Clowns - ' - 60c
#1.00 Night Gowns - - 7.5c
■Jfi.j-,- Night Gowns - - ojc
$1.50 Night Gowns - - 8i.i.->
%2 00 Night Gowns - - - 1.50
i/.oo Skirts - - - 7.i"c
S/.25 Skirts       -       -       - 95c
%i.50 Skirts - ■-" - S/./.S
#2,130 Skirts ... /,jo
35c Corset Covers - - 25c
70c Corset Covers - - - 30c
50c Corset Covers - - 35c
r-6_c Corset Covers - - - 50c
$1.00 Corset Covers - - - 75c
35c Drawers - - - 25c
50c Drawers - - - 35c
75c Drawers - - - 60c
65c Drawers   - -    -       50c
$1.00 Drawers       -       -     ' -     75c
The Orescent Dry Goo
ALBANY  STRIKE
Traction Co. Try in Vain
to Run Their Cars.
erted after tho attack. If the ct m-
pany persistu in running the cam
the guard will have to be called
out. The wires are dowu, cars
overturned and the traffic on the
road is entirely suspended.
MINOR MENTION.
PAY DAY.
WIRES DOWN, CARS OFF
Miners', all Hanks close at 3 o'flock,
except the "Hoffman House Bank,"
which is open day and night to cash
miners'  OheqiUS free ol  charge.    You
know the old aland.
A Crowd of 2000 Wreck the   Rail
way—Troops May Be Called Cut
—Scenes This Afternoon.
Albany, May 14:—The United
Traction Co. started out its Bret
car shortly alter 1" o'clock this
morning. When the doors of the
car barn [opened, the motor
man ou the front of the oar Stared
stolidly into the luces of over 2,000
men, women nnd children. A
frightful roar went up of ''scabs"
"scabs," but thecal- slowly moved
out towards the main truck. Then \
the mouuted and foot police drove
the crowd hack and amid jeers and
hoots the car moved along down 1
the town route, ai every street
corner there wen' special nnd regn-
lar policemen. There were no
pay passengers on the car.
One half hour Inter a second j
motonnau faced Hie crowd 'which
was now in a perfect frenzy. This
time the police could not control i
the mob- With a rush they boarded the car. The molonnan was
struck several times ou tho
head, until bleeding and senseless, he relinquished bis grasp of
the handles. On the platform two
men pulled the trolley pole down
and bent it until it broke. The
car went off into the gutter. Tho
police could do nothing with the
crowd, and they wrecked thecir.
Finally when they found that they
had accomplished their purpose
they withdrew with cheers. The
police arrested four of them.
Nearly a dozen of the non-union
men brought from out of town des-
Our stock of .Hats arid Caps is larger
and belter assorted this teaeuu than
Bver before and includes wool tells, line
lur fells, straws, Poplins, crash tweed
and series, from Ihe foremost Canadian,
English and American manufacturers.
We have no room to quote prices, but
we have made deep cuts for this week,
at J. H. Kobiusuii's, Columbia avenue.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
A N Elmer, Chicago
W K Angus, Toronto
W F Irwin, Vancouver
ThoB C Gray, Nelson    .
A Stillwell and wife, Toronto
.1 Fyfe, Montreal
R A Nesbit, Toronto
Mrs G VV Fisher, Eboll
.1 T Zook, Seattle
B McGuire, City
ll Worthin.lon, Grand Forks
E Edwards, Eholt
F F Pottt, Spokane
.1 E Home, Toronto
M E Wiley, Spokane
T G I lull, Vaniouuer
A Meek, London
M Lyle Nesbit, Toronto
Archibald Dick, Nelson
I' T McCulluin, Grand Forks
KOOTKNAY.
(ieo \V Phillips, No
It A Laird, Nelton
J A Kinney, Robson
O H Miller, Toronto
Gavlri Spence, Edinburgh
Flora MacDonald, Edinburgh
Mrs Murdo Macdonald, City
Mrs F E Filer, City
N W Bray ton, Kaslo
C D Braedwood, Ne'son
Thps.G Earl, Lytton
Two dozen Children's Leghorn Hats,
rimmed nicely with flowers and mull,
for the 15th and 16th only, jti each at
Eagles'.   tf
Children's Tiimmid Leghorn Hats $ 1
each, at Eagles'. tf
Thc Methodists at the conference are
objecting to the Salvation Army trespassing on their territory at Fort Simpson.
Captain Kurtz nf the Ymir has been
awarded tne Royal llunune Society's
medal for gallantly saving life at Kootenay lake.
Sir Oharles Tupper returned from
Europe on Salurday.
J.d.Ogden, C.P. R, comptrolltr, iB
on hia way to British Columbia.
Nelsou ladies are organizing a "Mic-
awber Club."   That ia  very N'elsonlike.
Hon. George E. Foster will reside iu
Toronto in future,
Edward Cronyn and Dave Morgan
are in the Similkameen country.
"Barren" Kerby ie on his way back
from the cast aud his arrival here ia expected in a day or so.
The regular weekly meetiong of the
city council will ha held this evening,
when several bylaws will come up for a
third reading.
George W. Woorter, secretary of the
Graiiby Mining company, was in the
city today on hia way to the meeting cf
Old IronsideB Mining company, lo be
help at Spokane tamorrow.
G. S. C. Fraser 0!' the Bank of Montreal, went over to Greenwood Ihia
morning accompanying Mr. Finucane
Ihe local hranch manager who haa been
in the camp since Sunday.
Miners' yon need not louse a shift to
get your cheque cashed. The Bank is
alwavs open at the Hoffman House.
Men's Blue Denim Overalls with
apron and braces this week for 60c,
Engineers' heavy block denim Overalls,
with apron and braces,   this  week   75c.
Engineers' heavy twill, grey and black
denim Jumpers with two and three
pockets, this week 75c. Heavy grey
Kentucky Jean Pants, regular $1 25,
this week ${. Mcn'a heavy blue dinim
Overalls, thia week 75c. at J. If. Ilobin-
son's, Columbia avenue.
Men's and.Boy's Soils at co^t. Empey's cash sale. 2-t
Wanted.
Old rubber boots and shoes, old brass
und copper. Seud ut once to Richard
Altman, Washington street, opposite
AUan hotel.  tf
Ladies' Corsets away below cost at
Eagles. 2-t
SAVES MONEY,
SAVES TROUBLE,
SAVES LIVES.
Goodeve's Tonic
.   Bitters
Acta on the Liver, Stomach and Nerves,
producing a, healthy body and sound sleep
PRICE SI. OO
I UNION WORKMEN,
Sold only by
Goodeve   Bro p.,
Druggists and Stationers.
Ittfll pays to deal with Goodeve Bros.
Want Union Made Shoes,
Sec tint t li oy hear thc
Union Stamp, 3
The onlv proof lhat they ai
Union Made.
It is our pleasure to *ay thnt ,\v      ____
have a very strong Une of these —#
gOodfl made by the ^_3
J. I). KING & 10, Ltd. 1
They are both        _3
Dressy and _5
Good. Wearers.       -7
I    C. O. LALONDE      1
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A BIG FIRE
Large Building Burnt to the Ground.
Loss $25,000.
Thia would not have happened if  Ihe
building bad been lighted by elerlric
lights. Besideocoal od is cosily,and there
is the trouble of tilling lamne, taking
cuieof wicks and the breakage ol chim-
neys. Electric light reduces ihe cost ol
your insurance, lessens the danger from
fire and adds lo the coinfoilii of the store
and home. Electric power ■npplied lor
milling and niaiuifaelnritig purposes.
Motors for rent or Bale. Estimates lur-
nished fur wiring and lighting, King
up 'phone 67. ltossl o--' '"»' ••■ and
Light company.
The International Correspondence Schools
Offers your choice ot70 Differ.nt Courses of Study.
28.0,000 Students and Graduates.    Teaching under 71 d fferent flags.
LALONDE BLOCK,
C. H   I SHIitiUl.il. MANAGER
Local Ollice:
CALL AND SEE   ME
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Men's   and   Boys Shoes   at  cost,   a
Empey's cash sale. 2-t
Trimmed Hats greatly reduced, al
Eagles.         2-t
Subscriptions to the EvBNINQ Woiu.n
will be taken at any of the news stands
n thc city  at 50c per month.
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Rossland's
Greatest Cost
Sale!
See Prices!
Lot for Sals
An excellent residence corner for $2*50.
Easy terms, $25 down, *i0 per mouth.
Apply,   F.  A.   Newton,   I36  Columbia
avenue.
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Gall up Collis & Co.,'phone 88, I'm
llrst-class job printing.
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EMPEY'S

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