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THE EVENING WORLD
Vol. I. No. 7
ROSSLAND, B.C. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1901.
Price Five Cents.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
NEW
SPRING  HATS
In Stetson Soft Hats
and Christy Stiff Hats.
SEE OUR WEST WINDOW \
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WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
IMPORTER OF PRECIOUS STONES
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WATCH  REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE
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Hand-sewed   welt, NEWEST 3
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Queen       $7.00 AND up    |
OtlillitV        Largest Stock  nl  Children'! Slmcs_j
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SEE   OUR
New Spring Goods,
They are Beauties.
Nothing Cheap
About them
But the Price
Tho largest Stock in the
City to Select from.
HEARD&SHOULTS
WEST END TAILORS,
Columbia Ave.      N,-\i doof 10 Empty's
NEWS BY WIRE
Today's Associated Press
Dispatches.
CONDENSED AND CONCISE
The Latest Current News from all
Parts of the World—Interesting
and Refreshing*
CARPENTER&C
O,
Are now carrying a large and complete lino nl Koiluks and hand cameras, and Amateur Photographers
.Supplies at Toronto and New York
list prices. Why ucnd away lor
your goods when you can buy right
at home and save fie mail nnd ex-
preSI charges.
CARPENTER   &  CO.
)ver Dominion Express Office
JOHN  PHILLIPSl btan-ttaMltali Counter,
Builder and Contractor.
Office and Shop in Ihe   Imperial  Block.
Telephone 125.   Jobbing a Specialty
Resider.ee Monte Chrlsto Si., .ud houae flonth of
Baptist Church
'.W. H. WALTON.' :
Best Meals iu the city. Short orders, hot or
cold lunches. Regular meals. Kvrry deli*
the market affords.
Cut Flowers
A fine assortment always on
hand	
Plants	
If ynu want a nice house
plant rail and nee our assortment. Wo have them
at all prices	
Finest Candy
in town always lo be had at
the hailing i-onleclioners. ■
The Bon Ton
Phoue 234.
Smila.Tndia May 8.—Heavy rain
has caused a great rise in the river
Indus. Dera Ghazee Khan, capital
of the same name, is in imminent
danger of destruction hy flood. The
banks of the river are held with
difficulty.
Capetown, May 8.-The mails,
baggage and passengers have been
landed from the Britten steamer
Tantallon Castle, which went
ashore on Robben island during a
fog. It is feared the steamer will
become a wreck as she is hard and
fast on the rock and is bum .ring
and leaking. She was bound f.-oin
Southampton for Table Bay.
London, May 3.—Mr. A B
Mark ham, addressing his cons', i 11
tents at Mansfield last night, boldly
fulfilled his pledge to repeat to
them his recent attack in the house
of commons on the firm of Wern-
her, Beit & Co. He charged Mr.
Alfred Beit and Mr. Rekstein with
being thieves aud swindlers and
challenged tho former to bring an
action against him for libel.
- St. Louis, May 8.—A deal involving $9,250,000 was made in insurance circles yesterday when the
Hope Mutual Fire Insurance com
pany of St. Louis sold its business
to, and reinsured its policies i n the
National Fire Insurance company
of Hartford, Conn.
London, May 8.—Two divergent
resolutions were submitted at the
miners conference on its reassembling this morning. After a lengthy
discussion, the .delegates were
unable to reach an agreement And
adjourned for lwo hours in order to
enable their respective districts to
hold caiicassos. The concensus of
opinion is that the conference ultimately will pass a resolution to
await the results of the practical
working of the tax before ordering
a stoppage of work.
Johnstown, N. Y. May 8.—John
Carroll, one of the most promiuent
lawyers in this part of the state
died suddenly at his home here
today.
London, May S.—The Chester
cup at Chester today was won hy
David Qarriok, L, Reiff up, Pen-
-/unco second, Stoooado third, 16
horses ran.
London, May 8, -The annual
meeting of tho Iron and steel Institute oommenoed today. All the
promiuent engineers in <!resit Britain attended while most all the
American engineer centres were
represented, Mr. Andrew Carnegie was among those present. The
new president, Mr. Win. Whitwell,
devolcd almost all of his addresB
to American methods, declaring
Great Britain was compelled to
adopt them, no said: "We shall
have to fight much harder in the
future to retain our present position."
Hendaye, France, May 8. -Advices received Irom Barcelona,
Spain, says several persons were
killed and numbers were injured
during the disorders there yesterday. A majority of the trades
have struck work.
Washington, May 8,—One of the
largest robberies ever committed in
this city occurred yesterday when
the house of Mrs. Olivia Starring
was entered and diamonds, jewelry
aud money approximating in value
over $8000 were taken. Lewis
Mortimore Mouroe, an inventor
residing in New York was arrested
ou suspicion.
New York, May 8.—The plans
for a consolidation of locomotive
manufacturers are rapidly assuming definite shape. W. Seward
Webb and George H. Longbottom,
have been elected directors of the
international power company Mr.
Longbottom was formerly president
of the Rogers Locomotives Works
at Pattersou, N. J. It is said that
a new company will be formed
which will aquire all the locomotive building plants in this country,
except the Baldwin Locomotive
Works.
Albany, May 8.—The situation
here this morning in the strike of
the street railway employes is unchanged. Neither the men or the
company have as yet yielded a
point and in fact no conference has
been held. The strike now extends
to five cities, Albany, Troy, Water-
vleft, Rennsselaer and Cohoes.
Over fifty miles of track lies idle
and a thousand men are out of
work. In Albany, the largest city
affected by the strike, business is at
a standstill.
Pekin, May 8.—The foreign ministers today decided to address a
collective note to the Chinese government informing it that a joint
indemnity of 450,000,000 taels
would be demanded and asking
what methods ol payment were
proposed.
Parry. Sound, May 8.—J. Par-
ton, 70 years of age, was arrested on
a charge of murder. It is alleged
that he is responsible for the burning of the Parton homestead at
Hurdville, April 30,in which five of
his children perished.
Arthur, May 8.—Tho jury inves
tigating tho cause of death of Mrs.
Gardiner who it is alleged had died,
from neglect at ohild birth, have
returned a verdict that death was
due to blood poisoning which might
have been prevented had medical
advice been sought.
London, May 8, 5:15 p. ra,..—The
miners have decided against a
stoppage of work. If the owners
should attempt to reduce wages iu
any district another conference
will be called to reconsider the
question.
Chicago, May 8.- -The ice blockade   in   the St. Clair river, which
ANOTHER FIRE
Augusta  in Danger—Beyond Control at 2 p.m.
McKINLEY>AN LL.D. NOW
Rioting   in   Spain—Surrender   of
Rebels and Munitions of War
at Manila. _
Augusta, Ga., May 8.—Fire
which broke out here at 1:30 p.m.
has done considerable damage and
is spreading. The great cotton
warehouse of the Uuion Comoress
Co. has been destroyed and the
warehouses of Finisey & Co. and
H. M. Whitney are burning furiously. The fire department and
many citizens are fighting the
flames which at 2:10 are beyond
control. The loss already is about
$250,000.
Boston, Mass., May 8.—Harvard
University today voted to graut
the degree of Doctor of Laws to
President McKinley. The degree
will be conferred in June.
Manila, May 8.—Col. Castilla,
the insurgent of governor of Infanta
Province, has surrendered with ten
officers, 180 men, 170 rifles and 10
cannons.
Paris, May 8.—A dispatch to the
Temps from Madrid says the disorders were renewed at Barcelona
this morning aud were rigorously
repressed by troops and gen d'
arms. '>
THE NEW
CARDINAL
Imposing Ceremonies at the Baltimore Cathedral This Morning—
A Brilliant Assemblage.
Baltimore, May 8.—Sebastian
Martinelli, Archbishop of Ephesus
and cardinal elect of the Church of
Rome, today received at the hands
of Cardinal Gibbons the red beret-
ta, and donned the robes, which is
the second step in his elevation to
his new position. The ceremony
was marked by all the pomp and
brilliancy usual upon such occasions. It was held in the venera-
was the worst in the. history of the > Me cathedral> the first edifice of its
!ake8ib,a,8,..b''0ken,and  navigati0n I kind erected  upou  American soil
and in   which the  first American
is now fully opened
Brisbane, Queensland,May 8.—A
search party which Iibb returned
from New Guinea discovered the
half eaten remains of thi Rev.
.1 sune.'i dial mors and the Rev.
Oliver Tompkins of the London
Missionary society] and their followers, who were massacred iu
April by natives of Fly River, Now
Guinea, after si terrible light.
London, Muy 8.—The Badming-
ton two year old plate of 200
sovereigns was won by Duckor, J.
Rein" up. Lester Reiff, ou Cassine,
won Prince of Wales welter handicap plate of 200 sovereigns. J.
Reiff, on Locking?, won the Cura-
bermoro handicap plate of 200
sovereigns.
priest and the first American bishop
were ordaiued. Among those who
witnessed it were men and women
prominent in every walk of life,
diplomats, legislators, educational-
lists, journalists and ecclesiastics,
A nice line of 1.adieu' Wrappers,
reasonable, at Kagles.
Miner Dead.
I'ri.e
2-t
If you want a nice suit of Canadian
Tweed for $14.50, pants *4.oo, call at
.Simmons & Oo., merchant tailors, over
Crow & Morris' cigar store. tf
Carpenter & Co. are having a large
rush with their photographs at reduced
price. It will only last a short time
after tbe 15th. tf
John Hanson died in the hospital at
Spokane, May 6tb, tool, from valular
diiease of the heart and dropsy. He
waa an ex-member of the Roasland
Miner's Union and well known in thia
camp.   He will be buried in Spokane.
Big   reductions
Kugle8.
in   trimmed
hata a
2-t
CPU Stock Up.
Ladies' wrappers at Eagles.
2-t
Montreal May 7.—Before the
stock market closed yesterday
afternoon Canadian Pacific touched 111 y.. Rumored that J.J. Hill
is the purchaser.
Great reductions in
Hats at Eagles.
Ladies' Trimmed
2-t I -.*—    ■
THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, H. C...MAY, 8, 1901
The Evening World
By the World Publishing Company.
Published daily In Miners' Vtiion halt, Rosa
land, in ihe interest of urgnnUwl lahor in Britifih
Columbia.
Kotered at the Rowland, B.C.. postoffice for
transmission through liie mails, Muy i, 1901. as
second class reading mutter.
subscription RATES—Fifty pet month or
lyoo per year, Invariably in advance. Advertising rates made known on application,
Address all coraramiicationsto The World Pub
lishingcompany. P.O. box 558, ROSalandj B. C.
Secretaries of all unions are authorized to re
ceive subscriptions tor The Evening World,
FIRK LIMITS BYLAW.
Mrs. M. E. King of the Allan
house had two bylaws before the
city council last evening. In one
the lady asked to be permitted to
build over the lane in the rear ol
the piesent building, that is to extend the dining room floor to the
south, leaving au alleyway ii feet
high, aud also to build iu place ol
the frame main portion of the hotel
a brick veneer three story building
one brick thick instead of a brick
building as defined by the fire limits bylaw now in force. In the
other, permission is asked to remove the frame portion of the
hotel to some other place within
the fire limits aud against the city
bylaw in that respect. The council passed the first bylaw through
two readings, but incontinently sat
upon the second project by refusing to pass the preamble, thereby
killing the bylaw. Should the first
bylaw pass tlie council eventually,
it will still have to be submitted to
a vote of the ratepayers.
We are not now saying anything
for or against the two propositions
but it seems hardly consistent for
the council lo pass one concession
and refuse the other. The whole
question involved is a serious one
and will doubtless be fully discussed before a vote of the ratepayers is taken.
'.'COMPARISONS."
Comparisons are not always easy
to make but in the mines on Red
mountain it should not be very difficult. Here are a group of properties consisting of the- I,e Roi,
War Eagle, Centre Star, Iron
Mask, Nickel Plate, or Great
Western as it is now called, aud
the Le Roi No 2, practically all
worked under similar conditions.
Comparisons then, as to progress,
modes of mining, cost per ton foi
mining, and incidentally the finding and following of the ore bodies,
should be easily obtainable and
any mining engineer worth his salt
should be able to quickly ascertain
and pass upon the plan of development adopted in the Centre Star,
as compared with the others, and,
generally, tosav if the mine has
been done justice to in the past
eighteen months. Mr. Darlington's task should not be a very
difficult one—up to a certain point
in auy case.
MR. DARLINGTON'S REPORT
When Mr. Wayne Darlington,
the eminent mining engineer, goes
over the Centre Star mine this
week he will doubtless be in a position to tell us what the present
condition of the property is,and incidentally how it has been managed and developed during the
past three years.
Mr. Darlington's position is a
very simple one. As all the camp
knows very well it was on his report lhat the Gooderham syndicate
purchased the mine from Oliver
Durant aud his friends, paying
those gentlemen two million dollars for the single claim, Can it
be possible that Mr. Darlington
made a mistake in the estimate of
the property's capacity? or is it to
be understood that he still pins his
faith on the dividend earning power
of the great two million dollar Cen
tre St£»r?
It seems rather clear, does it not,
that either Mr. Darlington made a
very great mistake when he val
ued the mine for the  Gooderhams
or the property has been very badly handled ever since, There is
no other explanation at all likely,
and Rossland people may be excused if, under existing circumstances, they are curious to learn
just what conclusion Mr. Darlington may come to.
Up to the time Oliver Durant
sold the Centre Star, the mine had
been most carefully developed for
nearly four years and it was looked
upon as • econd in value only to the
Le Roi. It has been further developed Ij. "the Gooderham people
for three years more ami most
persons would imagine should be
in a very good condition today to
maintain >.ontiuuous shipments,
The Centrt itar was a di \ tloped
mine when the Nickle Plate alongside, was little more than a prospect. The Centre Star was looked
upon as being in a better position
than even the Le Roi, as the latter
had been gutted to make quick profits for the owners. Compare the relative positions of the three properties today.
Certainly Mr, Darlington's report ou the mine and the mine
management should make very interesting reading. By all means
let us have it made public.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Mr. Wayne Darlington has frequently stated, . 0 it is said, that
the Centre Star was a better and
a bigger mine tuan the Le Roi.
He will now ha\ e a chance of
proving it and explaining to the
shareholders and the public what
the "Barren" has done with all
the ore.
Mr. Gregg, the new editor of the
Miner, says this morning that in
future the Miner will print the
news, and as to views, it will hi ".
"the courage lo give expression to
them," adding that "it will be
fearless inthe denunciation ol r..iy-
thing calculated to work, 'ijury to
the camp." This is relreshing
writing and the Worn. 1.1 trusts sincerely that in future Ute columns
of the morning paper will bear
these statements out. Mr. Gregg
has a great opportunity and we
will rejoice if he takes full advantage of it. The Miner has a field
of its own and ca 1 be ol great service to the camp.
Mr. Marpole, testifying before
the Chinese commission yesterday,
said that out of nearly 4000 men
employed in the Pacific division of
the C. P. R. 99 were Japs and 70
Chinese, and that these would not
be retained if white laborers could
be got to take their places. He
said that the Great Northern vi.it"
employing thousands of orientals
aud were advertising foi more, and
that the traffic should be further
restricted or the country would be
overrun with this tindesii able class.
R, D, McMillan, the merchant tailor,
owing to   an   incre; se of  bin-mess has
moved next door to tl    M P. K. ticket
oflice.        ______      _ tf
A BIG FIRE.
Large Building Burnt to the Ground,
Loss S29 000.
This would not have happened If Ihe
building hud been Hinted by electric
li|z)itp. Besides cnal oil is mostly, and there
is Ibe trouble of filling lamps, taking
care of wicke and the breakage ol chimneys. Electric light reduces the cost of
your insurance, lessens thc danger from
lire and adds to the comforts of the store
antl home. Klectric power .supplied lor
mining and mann'ncturing purposes.
Motors for rent or sa'c. Estimates fur-
nialicl for wiring and hunting. Ring
up 'phone 67. Rosslou*-. »'»»»- *jn_
Light company.
Spcrts.
Mr. A. Velflde ex-champion all-round
fencer of Quebec will open a fencing
school in Bealty's hall Monday next.
All those wishing to lean fencing can
apply for terms at the fullowing hoars:
2 to 6 and 7 p.m. Lodies cliiss a speciality.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE
Posslnud, B. C , Jan. 26, 1899.
W   R. Hci-lly. Uililrrtalttr.'City.
near Sir:-! an instructed to notify you that
your tender of January at, for buryinsr thr poor
of the city waa accepted by tin- health and re-
liel committee, and adopted by the city council
on the 24th inst. WM, MCQUEEN.
' City Clerk.
Ttiis apace reserved for
Geo. Agnew & Co.
The Leading North
End Grocers and
Provision Merchants.
Washington St. and Third Ave. V.St N. jihone lot
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THE    HEALTHFUL   HOME.
We have every requisite foi henlih or beoutV
that is curried by nny first class (Intnlst -all
those aooihlug antl helpfhl retnedtds for the in*
firm, as well as lite toilet necessities and he Hh
requisites far the baby. The housekeeper will
find here all those useful secrets of succesBlUI
housekeeping, especially required iu the spring
and fall liouseelenuiiiK.
The Rosslaiii Drug Co.,
Traders Block, Queen and Columbia avenue
THOS. EMBLETON
the West Le Roi avenue Grocer,
KEEPS    EVERYTHING
THE MINER WANTS TO EAT
Fancy nnd Staple Grocerioe and
Provisions at lowest f rices.    Goods delivered to any part of the.city.
I Will Move!
Paulson Bros.
E         will consolidate with Ihcir
t branch store, the	
I C.O.D. GROCERYl
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f"          and nKive inlo their new 3
quarter", comer First ave- 3
5        nut) and Washington Si.,on e
The GRAND UNION HOTEL it is easily seen,
Is splendidly run by Proprietor Green;
Buy one gliss of beer and a
free lunch you'll get,
Such as sometimes you've
heard ol but not often seen;
Neat and clean furnished
rooms can always be had
At such low prices as will make
the workingman glad.
«coi. Ave.   Geo. H- Green, Prop.
Rossland Cigar Factory.
Why not. patronize a home industry? It will iiHsint Union labor
and kfiop the money nt, home. Ask
for a Crown Grant or W. Ii. Cigur
when you huy.
MAY   1st\
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The Largest
and best bottle of
Sewing Machine
Oil for 25 cents at
Taylor & McQuarrie
TAILORS
iS Columbia avenue
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It, A. KI.OCK.\IANl\r,'l'rt>prletar       A, M. Y.INN, Amusement Manager vt>
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Week Commencing Monday, May 6. 3}
nlgpc rilill ot tin* Season m
5  NEW 'FACES  5 1
Hirst time in Rogalatul of the young and henutiful W
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The Clever Comedian
The BngHtm Negro Impersonator $
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"KING   FOR A  DAY" §
S                          MONSTER   WEEK $
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Bank of Montreal =^l
II. W. SIMPSON,
—Dealer in—
Groceries, Flour,
Provisions, May,
Grain and Mill Feed.
Second avenue.
V. & N. Phone CiS
Best Butter in Town
Just received, in 14, 20 and 2S pound tins,
also one pound bricks, in Jersey, Government Creamery and Hazelwood. Freshest
Eggs in the city.
MORRISON & BRYENTON
124 E. Columbia Ave
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WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke,Greenwood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL   MARKETS    Rossland, Trail,   Nelson,  Ymir,   Kaslo,
Sandon, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, (.rand Korks,
Greenwood,  Phoenix,  Midway, Camp   McKinney,
Revelstoke,   FergUSOtl  and  Vancouver.
PIsb,   Game and   Poultry  In  Season,  Sausages nf  All  Kinds.
WM. DONALD, Manager Rossland Branch
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*~ IcAPITa L AUTHORIZED   -       -   $3,000,000
CAPITAL PAID UP,   ....    $2,000,oOO
■ (RESERVE FUND, $1,700,000 1
r ACTORS :
Thomas E.K' — y,Ei ,..--.-   President
Thomas Ritd le-fit . ' Vice-President :
Wiley Smith, Esq. H. u. Bauld, E?q. Hon. David Mackeen ;
. GENERAL MANAGER
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%*- 8ECRETARY AND SUPERINTENDENT OF BRANCHES :
W. B. TORRANCE, HALIFAX 3
Savings Bank Department in Connection with the 3
ROSSLAND BRANCH. '1
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Rt. Hon. l.inl Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Q. 0. M. G,, President,
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opened.   Interest at current rate. ^v.
SAFETY   DEPOSIT   VAULTS        jjj
Rent of Boxes from $7.50 to $30 per annum. '"
J. S. C. FRASER, Manager Rossland Branch. /iw
ll    TIE CANADIAN BAI OF CfllEEGE.
IWiili which is Incorporated the 1
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
HEAD   OFTICE,   TORONTO
CAPITAL $8,000,000   REST. $2,000,000
Hon. Geo. A. Cox, President.        B .E. Walker, Manager,
A SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
Has heen opened in connection with the Rostland Hranch. Deposits
0\ will he received from £i upwards and interest allowed thereon at the
J*   iurrentra'0.    Drolls, letters of credit, etc., issued on   all  points, and
L-ner.tl banking business transacted.
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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, j.Garden Lands,
Fruit Farms, Chicken Ranches, Etc., are
requested to call at our City Office,   fa
"We have some fine residence lots
which we offer at prices and terms none
can object to. *J* rf* tf Come and let us
show you what wo have to offer.
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| Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway, $
il\ Oor. Third avenue and Washington Si, Opp, Red Mt. Ry, t-.\
 THE   BANK   OF	
BRITISH NORTH AMERICA,
ESTABLISHED,  1836
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER.
CAPITAL
RESERVE FUND,
£ I .OOO.OOO-S5.806.G60,
£350.000-$ 1.703,333.33
HEAD  OFFICE,   - LONDON,   ENG,
H. 8TIKEMAN, General Manager, Montrfal
J. EL&ISLY, Inspector, Montreal.
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? RAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT
# In connect in with the  Rossland  Branch  has been
j opened.     Interest at current rate.
\ J.   ANDERSON.
J Manager rossland branch
WOOD
ceive piompi attention.
part of the citv.
Washington Slrcet,
Opposite  Bank of Montreal.
I havfl tak,'ti over tho control ol tlie Ited Stur TrAn->-
fer Company's wood buslne>s and orders left with
me at Ihe old stand  on   Washington etreet will re
Well Seasoned w^.-od of all kinds delivered to any
W. F. LINGLE, THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, H. C., MAV 8, i9ot
COULD NOT
STAND IT
Ida Shot Her Father and Then Herself-Domestic Quarrels Cause
a Double  Tragedy*
St. Louis, Mo., May 8.- Gustavo
Baare, aged fifty, bailiff of the St,
Louis school board nnd ex-repre-
seiilativo in the state legislature,
who was shot and killed at his
home last night by his daughter
Ida, aged 20, who then turned the
revolver upon herself, indicting a
wound fiom which she died in a
few minutes. Both were shot
through the head. The action of
the young woman was premeditated as was shown hy a letter which
she left. In it she said that the
frequent insults offered her mother
by her father became unbearable
and that she had resolved to kill
him and then herself. Mr. Baare
was taking a nap when he was
killed.
For Rent—Nice three-room house.
Electric lights tod water. Nickel Plate
Flat and Third avenue. Apply to Frank
E. Woodside, Miner's Union Hall,    tf
A FATAL FIRE.
Two Women Burned to Death In New
York Last Night—Loas $20,000.
New York, Mrty8.--T\vo women
Were burned to do ith and a number of persons were injured in afire
which started in the five story
apartment house at tbe southwest
corner of Lexington avenue and
Sixteenth street early this morning.
The dead: Jennie McSorloy, a
widow 40 years old: Miss Brown.
18 years old, who boarded with
Mrs. MoSorley and who recently
came from Washington, D. C. Their
b idies were burned almost beyond
recognition on the top floor of the
house.    The loss by fire i}_0,000.
Rebocka Demnth, Effle A>;new, Florence Pound and Minnie Wood, and
Messrs. Frank E. Woodside, J. R. Simpson, J. Black, Vernon Chilvock, J.
Petch, Leonard Chilvock, Del Whitmore,
and Chan. Brown, violinist. The party-
broke up about I o'clock, all being de-
with the entertainment.
The Davidson Case.
Mr. Boultbee took up Ihe Davidson
case again at 2 o'clot-k today and it is
thought that the matter will be concluded this evening.
Ladies' underskirts at Eagles.      2-t
Nelson Assizes.
The criminal assizes opened at Nelson
yeslerday, Hon. Mr. Justice Drake pre
siding. There are only two cases on the
docket, Des Revleres charged with
murdering Harry Rowand near Greenwood in February last, and Bell charged
with horBe stealing. The civil list will
be taken up when the two cases are dis
posed of.
Vietoria Day:
The mayor, aldermen and citizens of
Kaslo have extended an invitation to
The Wohld to be present at the cele
bration of Victoria Day in their city.
Lot for Sale
An excellent residence cornor for $250,
Easy terms, $25 down, $i0 per month.
Apply,   F. A.   Newton,   I36  Columbia
avenue.
Where did you get those pints? Why
I got them of R. D. McMillan Ihe merchant tailor, next door to the C.P.R. ticket
office. tf
Great reductions in  Ladies
Hats at Eagles.
TRAIL DAY.
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Incorporation to be Celebrated   Next
Dominion Day   A Great Time.
The Smelter City is to celebrate ils in-
corporation on Dominion Day. All sorts
of sports will be indulged in aud $1000
will be offered in prizes. The Act making Trail a City will come in force on
this date and the smoke enters are bound
to have a cclebralion which will he remembered for all time. As Rossland
does not propose to hate any celebration
on the day lu question a large number of
visitors will doubtless attend from this
city.
Can you beat this Scotch Tweed suit
forfiO.so, pnnls for I4.5O, union made.
Simmons & Co., merchant tailors, over
Crow & Morris'olgarstore, tf
A Surprise Party.
A surp:ise party was given by Miss
Gladys Davidson at her home in Highland Park last evening. A very enj iy-
able evening was spent in games and
muiic. Among those present were:
Mas Amy L,   Griffith, Neva   Davidson,
The Rossland Electric Laundry.
Established 5 years, is the best place
to get your washing done. We make a
speciality of blankets, woollen underwear, lace euitalns, in fact everything
pertaining to the laundry haiidltd with
the greatest care, T. M. Graham, proprietor, next to Grand Union hotel.
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Here they are: English Clay Worsted union made suits tor {33,00, pants,
1J6.5O, Simmons & Co., merchant tailors,
over Crow & Morris' cigar store.      tf
For Sai.k—• Nice three-room house and
lot in Durham Addition, for $.150 cash.
Frank Woodside, Miner's L'nion Hall, tf
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Oftiicers and Meetings,
TRADES AND LABOR
COUNCIL—Meets every second and fourth Tuesday in
each month at 7.30 P.M., in
Miners' Union Hall. President, Rupert Bulmer. Address all communications to
Secretary-Treasurer, 1J. O.
box 784.
MINERS' UNION No. 16,
Western Eederation A
Miners—Meets every Wednesday evening at 7.30, p.
in. in Miners'  Union Hall.,
Frank Woodside, Secretary
Rupert  Bulmer,  President.
TYPOGRAPHICAL      UNION  No. 335,—Meets on the
last Sunday of each month
at the Miners'  Union Hall.
J. Barkdoll,     Sec;       Wm.
Poole, Presid S
CARPENTERS    &    JOINERS   UNION-Meets every
Friday of each week  at  7.
30 p.m. in   Miners'  Union
Hall.   Adam Hay, Pres.; A.
R. McDonald, Sec,
PAINTERS' UNION, No.
40. Painters and Decorators
of America,meets inBeatty's
Hall, on second and forth
Tuesday of each month. W.
S. Murphy, Pres.; Geo. W.
Shinn, Sec.
NEWSBOYS' UNION, No 3
—Meet in Miners' Union
Hall on the first and third
Saturdays of each month,
at 9 a. m. Mike Guydotti,
Pres.; Jay Barton, Sec.
WESTERN FEDERATION
OF MINERS-Edward Boyce
Pres, Butte, Montana; John
F. McDonnell, vice, president, Virginia City Nevada;
|as. Maher; secretary-treasurer, Butte, Montana Room
1 ?, Owsley block. Executive Board: John C. Williams, Grass Valley, Idaho;
Jas. B. Furey, Butte, Montana, W. N. Burns, Ourry,
Colorado; Chas. H. Moyer,
Lead City, South Dakota;
Chris Foley, Rossland B. C.
DISTRICT UNION no. 6,
W. F. M.~ Jas. Wilkes, Pres.
Nelson; Rupert Bulmer.vice-
president, Rossland; Alfred
Parr, secretary-treasurer,
Ymir.
MECHANICS' UNION N0.94
W. F.  M .--'Meets eve r   y ri-
day evening in Batty's Hall
D.   C. Coakley.  Pres.  W.
W. Doty, Sec.
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Talk   about getting   a   Good
Meal, just iry one nt tne
St. Charles Hotel
Rverythtng comfortable at the
Bt,Charles, (looil music In tlie
evening free, (lixicl Wine,Whisky
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OUR HALF PRICE
REMNANT SALE
The Big Half Price Sale of Remnants on
Friday and Saturday Only
We will offer all Eemnants made sinoe starting
our closing out sale
AT HALF PRieE
This includes Remnants of Dress Goods, Silks, Outing Flannels,
Sheetings, Calicos, and Prints, Ribbons, Laces, Trimmings Linings, Pique and Wash Goods.
AT HALF PRICE FOR
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m. F.O. box
Syj. Office	
and Yards—
Third Ave-
nuea ltd Wash
itigtoti street
Op. Red Mt.
Depot „..
PORTO RICO
LUMBER CO.
x.xi£It:bid
Rough and Dressed
Lumber.Shingles,
Mouldings and A-l
White Pine Lumber Always in Stoek
Mill al Porto Rico Siding, Yards nt
KoRslaud and Nelson, Head Office at Nelson, IJ. C. We carry a complete stock of
Coast Flooring, Ceiliujr, Inside FitliBh.
Turned Work, Sashes and Doors. Special
order work will receive prompt attention
Alhambra Hotel
$1 a day and up.
Miners' Dinner Duckets a Specialty.
The hest 25c meal in town.
rhe   Bar keeps only the Beet  Goods.
J.  Spell-
man, Prop
Rossland Hotel
Finest Winra, Liquors and Cigars
Canadian   Paciric
RAILWAY
AND SOO LINE
First-class Sleeper on All Trains From
REVELSTOKE AND KOOTENAY
LANDING.
TOURIST CARS
I'ass Dunmore Jet. daily for St. Paul Saturday for Montreal and Boston, Mondays and Thursdays for Toronto. Same
ears pass Revelstoke one day earlier.
Announcement
We have removed to   the   PEOPLE'S STORE, next to the
Clifton Saloon.
ON EVERY DOLLAR'S WORTH
OF CLOTHING, SHOES, GENTS'
FURNISHINGS YOU BUY OF US
YOU SAVE ANOTHER DOLLAR
THE PEOPLES STORE,
Amalgamated with the
ROWLAND AUCTION BOUSE
HEDLEYCITY.B.C.
Situated on Twenty Mile Creek, Similkameen River
Nickel I'lale ninunlalir is lire most tnlkeil about mineral section of Rrilislr Columbia   today,
ancl hundreds of people nil over tlie the Northwest are preparing lo |{.i there at an early clnle,
orr thia mountain Ilea vhe lanrous Nlclcel Plate mures, Which many luinitiK men cousnler
tlre**reptest prospective mining property In Canada; hare alao Ilea the great Kingston war Horse,
i.nltu. Banner and other noted propertied with wonderful large, Fb-lr bodies nl ore. Thousands 0
dollars will beexpended In their development during the coruinif summer. Al tire base ol this
mountain andcloae to all the noted mlnea Ilea the townalte ol Bedley ciiy. Tills town is the only
supply Jioint for the mlnea Of thia dlatrict; The government is building roads to the t.nvnslle.
Trails to the mines are being built rapidlv nnd a large force ol men are being .empoyed. The
new railroad down Hie Slnii'kameell will bo built to Hedley city at an early dale, ami in a very
Irurt Until thil place will present a scene of aelivity seldom witnessed. Many predict It will be
the greatest mining camp in the northwest. Lots ale expected to sell al very high figures wllli-
in a f* w uiontlrs. , .   _     ,
It l» bur a short time ago thai bits in Rossland, (Ireenwood. Nelson, Phoenix anil Snndon
wlili-lr arc now- worth Ihuusiinds of dollars, were selling at the same prices as are now being asked
for luls In Hedley City, and the same tiring is certain lobe rej.e.ited at this place.
Uiilrl Ihe lirs't day df May lols will be sold ol lrom lioo to fijo on easy terms. Alter Hint dale
Ihe juices will be-it least doubled.   I.ols are selling very rajiidly.   The choicest business lols will
soon be "II gone.   Intending |i hnsers should make Immediate application In order lo secure tire
most il,   it Iii,I, locutions. ,
Maps of the surrounding country, plan of townsite, locn lion or mines, samples of ore, etc., may
oe seen at my oflice. , ,       .,,. .,,
Anyone ill tlie cilv unable lo call ot Ihe office aud wiahing lurther Inlnrination, " Ihey will
Write me, 1 will call nnd give them any further iulbrrnoliou they mny require.
N. B.  BERGSTROM.  Agent
Box 4M Ottawa Hotel, Washington street ROSSLAND, B. C.
A POINTER
for your Eastern trip is to see that  your
ticket reads via
CANADIAN PACIFIC
Trains  Depart—
8:00—Ex-Sun. For Nelson, Kaslo.
Cnsdade, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Mid;
way, etc.
18:00—Daily For Nelson, Sandon and
Slocan points, Revelstoke, Main Line
and Pacific Coast, and via, Crow's Nest
Roule for all Eastern points.
For time-tables, rates and fullinforma-
ion,  call   or    address   nearest    Local
Agent, or
A. B, MACKENZIE, City Agt
Rossland, B. C.
A. C. McArthur, Depot Agt.
E. J. Coyle A. G. P. A.
Vancover. li. C.
WT.Jtt_:ar
I..- •..Wv'l
Eater
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THE BOOT AND SHOE WORKERS' UNION STAMP
is used by THE J. D. KIMS CO., Limited, upon all
their manufacture of Boots and Shoes.   No strikes, cessation
of work or labor difficulties promote the highest possible production of perfect workmanship.   In thus consulting the Interests
of the consumer we urge that you DEMAND
The J. D. KING CO.'S
UNION MADE SHOES
C.   O.   LALONDE.   AGENT.   ROSSLAND.   B.   C.
The Strand
The most elegant ami luxuriously
fitted Imr in Canada. A line
line of the	
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
CENTRAL
MEAT  MARKET,
£ Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish Game,
Poullrv and Oysters.
G.   W.   KERR,
Washington street and First ave.
The British Columbian
Wholesale Liquor Co,, Ltd.
RosalainJ and Greenwood
Agents for Pabst (Milwaukee,)
and Calgary Beers.
I
Nelson &. F Sheppard Ry.
ila
The only all-rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland,
Nelson and all intermediate points connecting at Spokane with the Great
Nothern, Nothern Pacific and O. R. &
N, Co.
Connect at Nelson with steamers far
Kaslo and all Kootenay lake points.;
Connect at Myer's Falls with stage
daily for Republic, and connect at Boss-
burg with daily stage; for Grand.Forks
and Greenwood.
Effective  Ot
1000.
Leave.
10:15 a. m.
11:40 a. in.
9:30 a. 111,
in:no p. m.
11:000. m.
Day Train.
Spckane.
Rossland.
Nelson.
Night  Train.
Spkane.
Rossland.
Arrive,
7: 10 p. m.
6:00 p. m.
S:oo p. in.
7:05 a. m.
7:30 a. 111.
First-class sleepers on night train]
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H. A. JACKSON,
General Pasenger Agent.
H. P, BROWN, Agenl,
Rossland, B, C.
The
World Job
Office . . ..
Ila prepared to
do all klndeof
Book and
Commercial
Printing
Vou want a   Label   Cigar and you want
the best?   If that is so, try our
High. Grade
Union  Cigars
We also handle a fine line of Imported Cuban goods.
The Queen Cigar Store
CROW & MORRIS, Props.
Columbia Avenue, _a_.
RUBBER STAMPS
SEALS AND
RUBBER MARKING
GOODS
Special attention given to
work for organized labor
generally.
Miners' Union Hall
P. O. Box 558 : Roaaland, B. O I V'-i" ii tiimttm-ttmrnsmmmmmTaimt
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THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C.,*MAY 8, 1901.
STOCK   MARKET
Bambler-Cariboo Wanted
on Local Exchange.
NO CHANGE IN THE EAST
War Eagle Up a Little-No Sales in
the East—4000 Centre Star
Sold Here.
The Eastern Stock Market was quiet
this morning and but few sales are reported. On the local market Rambler*
Cariboo was in demand, 5000 shares
selling at 2Sc and more asked for.
Centre Star remains ttncnanged_around
30KC.  4000 shares were sold on change
today.
Today'e Toronto Quotations.
Asked       Bid
War Eajle        18     . ">
CentreStar       31 28
Iron Mask..,.        f ;° .
Rambler-Cariboo  ...       -m *>?»
Todays I.oral Quotationa:
Asked       Bid
Athabasca....    *4 °°
8. C. Gold Fields        J -
SI* Three          'S _u
Black Tail  t" .
Brandon & Golden Crown         J 4
California...........;  |g ™
Canadian Gold Fields...             6X 5
Cariboo (Camp McKinney)  3/ J|»
.rS-^^trasVeoai:::::::::::::^- .aoo.
UwrTrsllNo. 2  fl l»
Dundee    ••■ J ,
livening Star (Assess, paid)  4 *
Giant •■•  _,, iA
Homestake (Assess, paid)  9» J"
Iron Mask (Assess paid)  33
Iron Colt ■■•• ^
IddUnChle'f (8pit««).!  '•<       3
Jntnbo •  ™ ,
king (Oro Denoro)  5 *
Knob Hill  ™u 5°u
tone Pine  '» *2
Monte Christo......  3,,        "»
Montreal Gold Plaid!  3»        *
Morrisou  4 •>
Mountain I.1011  •».,
NohleFive ■  '» J
North Star (I-;ast Kootenay)  7° 50
Novelty         '» *
Old Ironsides  °5 «
Payne  J* "
PeorlaMiuea  »» v
Princess Maud  */>        '»
8-iilp  S« _J
ambler-Cariboo  «5H H
Eepublic  "» '\Va
St. Rlmo Consolidated  5 3»
Sullivan .-•• 9 J"
Tamarac (Kenneth) Assess, paid. 6 4
Tom Thumb  M_l
Van Anda         '£. _,
Virginia  3»        ••*
War Ea»le Consolidated  2° '4
Waterloo  *fl        '_,
White Bear  _»        ••*
Winnipeg  " *
Today's Sales:
Centre Star, 1000,  30>_<\  1000, 2000,
30c; Giant, 2500, 8tfc; Rambler-Cariboo,
1000,2000,2000,25c.  Total sales, 11,500
shares.
J L. Whitney & Co.
MINING   BROKERS.
■B. C. and Washington Stotka a apeoiulu
47 Columbia avenue.
TtoMin-M&on Co., Lta. Ly.
ESTABLISHED 1896
STOCK BROKERS
Money Loaned on Real Estate at 12 pei
annum on monthly payments,
Riehard Plewman
Stock   Broker,
Bank of Montreal Building
V. & N. Phone S>
A Splendid Dance.
One of the most successful and elab
orate entertainments ever held in thit
city was given last evening in the
I. O.O. Fi hall by the Maple Leal
Lodge, No. 4, Rttlhboue Sisters. About
titty couples were present and the evening was spent In dancing. A sumptuous
supper was served In the reception
room which was a credit lo Ihe Sisters of
tbe Maple Leaf. The entertainment
was given to the Knights of Pythias of
t lis city by the Misters as a recognition
ot their appreciation lor their aHsistance
in organizing the lodge of Rathbone
Bislersin Rossland. Excellent music
was furnished by Graham's orchestra.
The party broke up ahout 3 a m., after a
jolly evening.
If you want the latest styleB in cloths,
go and see R. D. McMillen,  next door
to the 0a P* R* ticket ollice.
The Police Court.
Juines D. McLean charged with indecently assaulting a little child was not
ready and the ruse was adjourned until
tomorrow.
Michael Adams Moused of stabbing
.Lottie Harris and the contra charge 1 f
Adams against the woman for assault
-tere both, adjourned. One person
charged with drnnkeness was dismissed
liaving pleaded first offense.
MINOR MENTION.
Nelson is getting very good and perhaps that is why Mr, Gregg left the
place. The latest move is to stop all
Sunday ball playing for the future.
Wicked Nelsoniies have been going to
Ihe ball games and the Tramway company has been losing business hence the
move.
The British Columbia Record, a new
monthly, has made its appearance in
Vancouver. It is a Roman Catholic
publication aud has the approval of the
church authorities.
Another decoration has been added to
the Columbia avenue bluff. The authorities should prevent any "hand painting'' on the rocks and should order tbe
boards to be removed at once.
Mr. and Mrs. Gregg have taken temporary apartments in the Velvet flat.
W. A. Harkin formerly on the staff of
the Miner has returned lo Qraud Furk6.
R A. Laird will  come on the Miner
staff next week from Nelson.
The fire laddies have received their
new uniforms from Taylor & McQuarrie.
Mr. J. B. Kerr the retiring editor of
the Miner was dined at the Ho'el Allan
last evening bv some of his friends. Tne
<uest of the evening made a feeling response to the toast coupled with his
name.
W.E. Reddinleft this morning for the
east on a business trip.
The strike situation on the Federal
buildings was unchanged this afternoon,
no word having been received from Victoria or Ottawa.
John Dean is attending the Nelson
assizes.
Geo. W. Suckling of Nordheimer &
Co., Toronto, who has been here for the
past few days left for the Boundary this
evening.
THE CITY
COUNCIL
Bylaw  Evening — Water,   Sewerage, Early Closing and Fire
Limits Were Discussed.
Alderman Clute was the only absentee
at list night's council meeting. Including Mr. Hdliird'a little bill of $100 for
fixing the fire alarm system the council
got uway with $1926.58 made np as fol-
1 iws:
Finance Oommittee, 1130.74, Fire,
Water and Light, 51550.84, and Roard of
Works $145.70. The chief items being
Water Works pay roll $117. Hunter
Bros., (lor service pipe) $593.45. West
Kootenay P. & L. Co., $190. Taylor
& MiQuarrie, firemen'a suits $250 ind
streets' pav roll $129.
The War Eagle Co., have offered a
team to the city for the ladder truck and
the chief will report. The valuable animals obtained last week are still in tbe
city's possession.
Ihe King by-law peimitting the erection of a brick veneer building, contrary
to the fire limits by-law was read a first
and second time and a second by-law
git ing permission to remove tbe buidi g
within the fire limits was killed on a
vote.
The $25,000 water works debenture bylaw and one for sewerage for the same
amount were both read a second time.
Incidentally the preambles to these bylaw shews the loan and debenture debt
of the city at the present lime to be
$227,000, ai d the to al ci y indebtedness
as $269,000. Figures which should
make the ratepayers think and think
pretty hard. The early cloHing by-law
wan finally read and will come in forte
on May i7lh.
SAVES MONEY,
SAVES TROUBLE,
SAVES LIVES.
Goodeve's Tonic
Bitters
Acts on the Liver, Stomach and Nerves,
producing a healthy body and Mound s'eep
PRICE S/OO
Sold only by
Goodeve   Broe.,
Druggists and Stationers.
It pays to deal with Goodeve Bros.
SPOKANE
ELECTIONS
Or. P. S, Byrne, Democrat, Elected
Mayor—Other Officials Elected
Yesterday-
(Special to the Wurld.)
Spokane, May 8.—The result of
the municipal election in this city
yesterday is as follqws:
Mayor—P. S. Byrne, Dem,,
2080; C. G. Brown, Rep., 1198-1;
John Anderson, Pro., 1330.
Comptroller —> Floyd Daggelt,
Dem., 2571; J. J. White, Rep.,
2183; J. G. Hinkle, Pro., 597.
Treasurer—M. H. Egglestone,
Dem., 2555; J. M. Moore, Rep.,
2256; W. H. Shields, Pro., 497.
The Democrats elected two coun-
cilmen iii the First ward, one in
the Second, two iu the Fourth and
one in the Fifth.
The Republicans elected one
councilman in the Second ward,
two in the Third and one, J. S.
Phillips, in the Fifth. This is Mr.
Phillips' third term.
A BIG FIRE
Large Building Burnt to the Ground.
Loss S25.000.
This would not have happened if Ihe
building had been lighted by electric
lights. Besides coal oil is cos ly, and there
is the trouble of fill'ng lamps, taking
care of wicks an*! tl.e nreakage ot chiin
neys. Electric light rt duces Ihe cost of
your insurance, lessen* the danger from
fire and adds to the eomfoits of the store
and home. Electric power supplied lor
ininin-.' and manufuclnl'ing purposes
Motors for rent or ea'e. Estimates furnished for wiring aud lighting. Ring
up 'phone 67. Ro.*sl->i**' *"-'-- nnd
Light company.
R. D. McMillan, the merchant tailor,
owing to an increase of but men* has
movtd next door to the C. P. R. ticket
office.          tf
Wanted.
Old rubber boots and shoes, old brass
and copper. Seud ut once to Richard
Altman, Washiugton street, opposite
Allan hoteh tf
Call up Collis & Co' 'phone 88, for
first-class job printing.
Subscriptions 10 the Evesisu Wohlu
will be taken at any of the newa stauda
in the city at 50c per monlh,
FoK Ren r—Nice three-room house.
Electric lights and water. Nickel I'lale
Flat and Third avenue. Apply to Frank
E. Woodside, Miner's Union Hall.    If
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
tOOTENAY.
C E Jones, Spokane
Mrs. E. Mitchell, Wheatland
R A Grant, Greenwood
VV H Adams, Kaslo
A C McArthur, Oily
A II Hodge, Nelson
Al.l.AN.
Mrs A Steers, Wallace
Mrs Crown, Redder, Cal
R Drummond|and wife, Stiltalon
8 R Gunsfelder, Spokane
T W Crotts, Spokane     .    ..
J H MacGill, Vancouver
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* Going Fishing ?
Don't forget we keep a full
supply of Fishing Tackle,
Rous, Reeds, Fly Hooks,
Casts, Lines, Raskt-ts, Landing
Nets, 1'lain and Gut Hooks.
We import our Hies from England. .
Linton Bros.
BOOK    STORE,
No. 36 Columbia Avenue.
t
O. M. Fox & Co.
Grocers,
Teas and Coffees.   Crockery and Glassware.
Columbia Avenue,
near QueSt),
Rossland
The Second week of our 30-Day Cash Sale
Finds us with greater bargains than ever.
$ The Crescent Dry Goods Qo.
rj Importers and Retail Dealers of Dry Goods, Etc.
I
tt EVREY ARTICLE IN OUR STORE AT REDUCED PRICES tt
Summer Wash Materials $
 ~ M
...Goods Sold for Cash ©nly...
Muslins. Organdies, etc.
20c
IOC
I/.
t2'Ac Fine Stripe Sheet Lawn
13c fine stripe plaids and check
39 inch fine imported Swisses
39 inch fine imported Swisses 12
39 inch fine imported Swisses 15c
39 inch fine imported Swisses 20c
36 inch fine imported Swisses 25c
54 inch Organdies 25c, 35c, 40c 50c
35c fancy figured muslin . . . 25c
India linens , , .   10, 12%!, 15, 25, 35c
Scotch Ginghams, etc.
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20c genuine Scotch ginghams
35c genuine Scotch ginghams
20c Madras cloth   ....
'
15c
25c
15c
Knotted ginghams . . 20c and 25c
English galates, blue & pink 12J., 15
Merceri/ea lawns, . . 25, 30 and 35c
Mercerizea satinettes, 25, 30 and 35
Mercerizes satins,. . . 20 and 25c
Crurri's English calicos . \2)d and 15c
36 inch imported calicos ....      10c
See  Our Windows  and Wonder at the  Low
Prices on Muslin Underwear, Skirts, ete.
Big Bargains in Carpets this Week
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FOR   JACKSONVILLE
N,.w w s_„d,„B poo-. <:,,„„„„ .,„, i a™™rw™™wt \mmmmimwm*
Supplies to the South I ^ UN ION   WORKMEN, _2
  IE       mn. m-_  It-,... 1.-A- e.L... ^
New York, May 7.—The work of X-7
loading 10 oarB 0 a flout of the m-~
Pennsylvania with food, clothing £^
and supplies for the relief of the SP
sufferers from the Jacksonville fire , S^
wits begun today. The train will IE
Start for Jacksonville this after--E
noon, nnd the supplies will be|_S
rushed through in quick time. 97
Get Your Papers
and magazine! at the I'oetollico  News
Stand.   A full line of stationery alwaye j
on   hand.      Agency   (or   the   EvBNlNO
World.	
Subscriber!) who do not recvive tlieir
paper regularly will please report  the
fact to tbe   Evkxinu   World,   Minors' :
Union ball.
Want Union Made Shoes,
Sec that they bear the _-j
Union Stamp, 3
Thc only  proof  that   they  arr  ~T*
Uniou Made. Sj
it is ourp'esRure to cay that w- *3L\
have  fl vrry   strcmK lint" Of these  -~*t
goota iiiiide by the "^JJ
J.D.KlNG&d,Lt.,|
They are both       3
Dressy and 3
Good Wearers.      ■_*
THE   RACES,
Spring Meeting
at the
Hoffman House
Entries close May 24th at
8 p. 111.
Fifty well furnished Rooms
Miners' checks cashed  free
at all hours.
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The International Correspondence Schools
Offers your choice ot 76 Different Courses of Study.
285,000 Students and Graduates.    Teaching under 71 d fferent fl igs.
Local Officei   LALONDE BLOCK,
CALL AND SEE .ME.
C. H   ESHBAUOH, MANAGER
Harrv Mcintosh, Prop.; gj
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.ACCIDENT
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T. R. MORROW'S 1
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May not Iib serious enough lo
ilemunil » doctor's attention or
even cull lor drugs or medicines,
lint some uorl ol lin nieni will lie
beneficial. Morrow's Rheumatic Liniment will K>v-' In-
atant relief. No family sliuuld
be  without a liottle.     Sold ut
1
EMPEY'S
m
DRUG STORE.
BOYS'
Clothing
Columbia Transfer Company
ono, punk, Mm-,
Tlie only TiaiiHlVr or Hxjirt-ss company
in KoHsliind Hint will deliver your hunks
for ase enett.    Tlnee day,*  htmii^e Itec.
oiwck Uueen Cigar Store'''""" I
Mrs. L.....
Mort, 1'ro-
prletreiiii
BEST MEALS IN TOWN.
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