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THE EVENING  WORLD
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ROSSLAND, B. C.   -WEDNESDAY, JANUARY,  13    1904
Price Five Cen
Russet's Kidney and Liver Pills
ARE  PURELY   VEGETABLE
A Positive Cure  For  Kidney   Trouble,
Liver Complaint, Headache, Billiousneas,
Cositiveness And Dyspepsia.
ONE PILL A DOSE
25c    A BOX OR  5   BOXES    FOR   $1.00.
Sold in RoBsland, At
Morrow's Drug Store
M$*s:roro***^Mro<
To the Public:
—BOB—  1 ...     i      —i   ■ ■
In answer to th eMIner'sslander
we annonnce that, with every
opportunity, we have made no
change In our rates since the
suspension of Stunden 8 Co.
0000
Our Prices are Right
A. T. eollis
& Company
THE UP-TO-DATE JOB PRINTERS.
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& All kinds of Cereals, Break- %
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^ fast Foods, Hay and Grain.    W
JJ Agent for Pratt's Celebrated Poultry  Pood !|
OINTMENT
Has established itaelf aB a household necessity nnd
bag a record of Cures unparelleled in tbe history of
Medicine, It cures old and ne* Sores, Uloers,
Ecuzema, Salt Rheum, Itching Files, Chafings,
Pimples, Blackheads and all Skin Diseases. This
Ointment has been in use almost hall a Century.
Testimonials from thousands who have been
oured of Skin Diseases of long standing testify
to its Curative qualities.
NEWS IN A
NUTSHELL
Items of Interest  Round
the World.
LATEST TELEGRAPH BULLETINS
The Doings of Conspicuous Persons
Affecting Canadian Interests.
TENDER (OUR VOTE
SS  DR. BRUHN'S  8
Colombia is determined to assail
Panama.
.The Eleotion bill excludes Indians
who aooept government relief.
An inquiry is ordered into the
working of the British Columbia
Immigration Act.
A big fire at Lowell, Massachusetts, bas destroyed $200,000
worth of property.
Several bodies, viotims of the
Clallam disaster, have been recovered from the sea.
An English firm of carpet manufacturers is starting a branch business in Canada.
Colonel Munro has been nominated mnmber for North Oxford in
plaoe of Andrew Fatullo.
The Canadian Northern has
placed an order for 25,000 tons of
steel rails in Miohigan.
St. Louis will see the next national Democratic convention assembled there on July G.
Great Britain will agree to an arbitration treaty between it and
Italy, to be signed at Bome.
Germany has given offioial nog
tice of her desire to negotiate a
commercial treaty with Canada.
Japan thinks that if it occupies
Korea by a military force, that
Russia will not be strong enough
to attaok her.
Japanese engineers, disguised
as coolies, have heen scattered
along the Siberian railroad to blow
it up in oase of war.
France thinks that Russia has
given sufficient guarantees both as
lo Korea and Manohuria to satisfy
tbe Japanese.
A decision haa been made in Toronto that an editor oannot be
compelled to disolose the names of
contributors to his columns.
It is again stated from Ottawa
that Ex-Premier Emerson of New
Brunswick is likely to be the new
Minister of Railways in the Laurier oabinet.
Notwithstanding the array
of cases quoted by tbe City
Solicitor in our contemporary,
qualified counsel in this oity
is of the opinion that where a
British subjeot has applied for
registration in this Municipality, the said British subjeot,
having paid all rates and
taxes due by him, and being
a property owner, householder
licenceholder or lodger who is
paying $5 a month for his
room, or for room and service,
he is entitled to a vote. If he
has been refused registration
and his name improperly excluded from the voter's lint
his recourse is to go to the
polling booth and tender his
vote in the presence of witnesses. If he iB then refused
an aotion for damages will lie
against the returning offioer,
who will, of course.be indemni
fled by his employers.
NQUEST   IS   WANTED
Objections Raised to Lack
of Inquiry Into Gad-
do's Death.
DECEIVES
THE PUBLIC
How the  Accounts Were
Audited,
AUDITOR SATS NO AUDIT MADE
Expostulatory Letter Was Written
But no Notice Has Been
Taken of Its
Communication
Directions for use—Apply freely night and morning, or often aB required.
 PRICE	
50 Cents a 8ox
MANUFACTURED BY
Dr. Bruhn Medical So.
NEW YORK
Sole agent for Rossland, T.   R. MORROW, The   DrUggJSt
• CALL FOR A TRIAL BOX.
EDimr, Evening Would
Dear Sir,—I beg to infrrm you
that the audit of the City's booke
has-not yet been oompleted for the
reason tbat, owing to the time of
the City Clerk haAing been occupied with other work, he has not,
as yet, got the bocks in condition
to audit.
The use of my name in the print- {
ed statement submitted to the Elec
tors is quite unauthorised   by me. •
I wish, most emphatically to state
that, in my opinion,    no   blame
whatever attaches to the City C.erk
who simply has been overwhelmed with work and further,  I wish
to emphasise the fact that I am not
taken aB implying that the state-
are not correct.
Faithfully yours,
W. H. Fauhmg.
Some unknown offioial has decreed that no inquest is necessary
in the reoent acoident on the Centre Star mine, whereby one man
lost his life and the second iB in
serious danger.   Of course the otfi-
oial in question iB known to himself, but it is not muoh to venture
to assert that nine-tenths of the
citizens di dnot know who iB aoting
coroner, and  by whom he was appointed.   It is possible that   this
official, in not ordering an inquest,
was aoting within his rights, but
the possibility is doubted.   According to tho general interpretation of
the law,  the violent death of any
miner in a mine oalls for an inquest into the circumstances.    If
suoh is not the law, suoh a procedure should be   made law.   It is
natural enough in the case where
an official who is aoting aB coroner
and who is also a doctor, and possibly in the pay of the very mine on
which the aooident occurs should,
on satisfying himself that the aooident was unavoidable, decide on
holding no inquest.  He saves himself   trouble,   he   saves   tbe mine
trouble and the city expense, and
his motives are blameless in this
regard. But the lives of the miners
are not considered.   Similarly the
mine would gladly dispense with
an inquest.   All this ia very natural and need not necessarily be
blameworthy,   But if suoh a precedent is allowed, it ia difficult to
j Bay where it will end.   Certainly
! it will not tend to lessen the num-
bar of accidents, if inquiry into
their circumstances is not publicly
made.
The matter will be referred to
the Attorney General for his opinion and ruling.
City > uditor Falding was present in the City Hall last night an
interested witness of the proceedings. It seems he has sent an expostulatory letter to the mayor and
oounoil and was waiting to see
what action would be taken.
Mr. Falding deolared to the
World man reporting the proceed
ings that he had not audited the
accounts that were now printed
with his name subscribed aa the
city's aooount of its income and
expenditure for last year. He had
been willing to audit the accounts
and had come down on several oc
oatnons to the City Hall for the
purpose of so doing. But, owing
to the pressure of work, doubtless,
(the harrying of the city voters'
list?) the accounts were not ready
to be audited. Up to yeBterday
afternoon the ledger was still un
balanced. He had spoken to the
mayor, who had replied that he
had not had time to wait for him.
While that might have been true,
yet as the non closing of the accounts was not lhe fault of Mr.
Falding he did not see why those accounts had been published as audited, and the publio led to believe
that they had been audited by him.
He had no reason to think that the
accounts were not oorreot, but he
oertainly had had no opportunity
to verify them before whioh he
oertainly would not subioribe
them.
Asked if he knew anything about
tbe alleged comparison of expendi
tures and receipts between the
years 1002 and 1903, Mr. Falding
declared that he would not put hie
name to such a statement, under
any consideration. It was no part
of hia duties.
That ie why the City Auditor
was at tbe City Hall last night.
But though an interested listener
he did not hear his letter made
public. And the City Auditor
does not like the way he has been
treated. It is thought that the
camp will as little like the barefaced manner in whioh an attempthas
been made to deceive it.
FUN AT THE COUNCIL
How the    Mayor's   Veto
Was Circumvented by
His Friends
Won* Than ■ Pooh Bah
According to hiB card in the
Miner Thomaa Embleton ia seeking reelection to "iar iarroyoG ny-
aaitmpa shrdlu shrdlu." While
we knew that John Dean had dominated everyone during the paat
year, we did not think it ao bad aa
that, but it is doubtleBB the only
position that John does not want
to fill himself.
As anticipated there was aome
fun at the city hall last night when
the present oounoil assembled for
its last business session. Apparently everything passed off quietly
enough. That ie to eay on the
Burface.
The ordinary routine buaineaa
wae transacted and then the mayor
had read a long justification of hia
reasons for vetoing the resolution
not to appeal to the Supreme Court
over the Empey fire oase. He waa
met by two counter resolutions the
one considering and disallowing
his veto by a two third vote of the
whole council and the second reaffirming the original resolution
whioh now stands.
The second matter waa the passage of the bylaw granting the
White Bear permission to erect a
tramway. Alderman Daniel oalled a halt on the ground that if the
White Beai had not signed an
agreement with the city, the oity
itself might be liable in case of any
damage suits brought by adjacent
property owners and not the mining
oompany. The City Solicitor
pointed out that the bylaw -was bo
fully worded that it practically
bad the effect of an agreement, tor
if the White Bear aocepted the
privileges thus granted it oould
not evade the responsibilities. This
being explained the bylaw waa
duly signed.
Where the fun came iu, waa in
the passage of the resolution over
the mayor's head. To pass auoh
resolution there muet be a majority
of two thirds of the whole oounoil.
That is to say four votes out of aix.
Now Alderman Embleton was
away in Trail and Alderman Mo-
Kichan waa absent and it wae understood that he would not be present, On the last occasion he did
not wish to vote. That left four
aldermen, one of whom, Alderman
Dunlop, was kuown to be in favor
of the mayor's exeroise of his veto
power. The votes against that
veto would therefore only be three
and a majority of the whole oounoil oould not be less than four,
Somehow or another a message
was conveyed to Alderman McKichan tbat bia presence waa
urgently required. It is also stated tbat it was understood by Alderman McKichan tbat Mayor
Dean was the sender. Comequent-
ly Alderman McKichan seated
himself a little late and,being present, could not help voting according to his conscience.
The publio will probably congratulate Alderman McKioban and
think that it is a pity he had not
aoted aimiularly on previous instances. A little wholesome opposition have made the late reign
a little less Tsar-like.
. Stook muBt be Bold at any   I rice
Leaving RoEsland m, If. I nu ry 1
Madame Le Blanc.
Our coats have shape, retain in
fronts whioh will give perfect satisfaction to the wearer.
Taylor «fc MoQuarrie, Tailors
Now Ib the best time to select a
nioe pair of trousers, our cloth ia
from the best worsted and woolen
houses, and our tailoring and
shape is beyond oritiolsm. Taylor k McQuarrie, Tailors. THE EVENING! WORLD, ROSSLAND  B. C, JAN. 13,   igo4
The Evening World
By thc WorM.PtibllihInK Company.
Entered at the Rossland, B. C, postoffice for
transmission through the malls.May 1, 1901 as
second class reading matter.
BUBSCBJPTION R&TBS-JS-oOer year in
▼sriably in aiitance. ▲drtrtiting rates made-
It n own on Application.
JAMES H. FLETCHER, £
GENERAL   MANAGER:
). Bit 131 I ttmlnl,  B.'
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OITY   STEWARDSHIP.
The mayor declares in bis mani
festo to the public that he has done
certain things for the city. He
has oertainly economized in every
department exoept his own, but
has he increased their efficiency?
Is the polioe department, in faoe of
the Thiel agency and the failure of
tbe Josie prosecution, as efficient
as befcre? Is the fire department as
good as it was this time last year?
Is the collecting department of the
city, with more taxes in arrears
thsn was ever the case before, any
more • efficient? Is the water de
partment with a larger amount of
unpaid rates than formerly, any
credit to him?
He declares he has carrie 1 out
his pledgeBl What were they? He
can point to nothing in print that
was a direct pledge to the city.
He has fulfilled nothing, for he
had nothing to fulfil.
Financially he declares that he
lessened the number of debentures.
True. What were these debentures?
Money voted by the people to purchase the lighting plant which he
pretends that he is wishful of acquiring, but which, if it is acquired,
must have other debentures issued
in lieu (if the people are ever al
lowed   an   opportunity  to   again
vote them!). He deolares tbat he
has secured a water reoord on Trail
creek for the purpose of erecting a
power plant, and baa set the Water
Superintendent to  work to make
plans and estimates, not to issue a
report.   He  is to   make   his own
report    apparently,    if  reelected.
Tbat  record   is   for  300  miners
inches.   There are not 30 inches
normally flowing down Trail creek
and there are a dozen records prior
to the one he is childishly talking
about.    He must first show that
the  water,   if   obtainable, can be
used for industrial purposes.   The
Would printed this nearly a year
agol What steps has he ever taken
to secure an interpretation of the
Act whicb would   permit of  this
being done without fear of a lawsuit?   The nearest   approaoh   be
made to a pledge was that about
making a bargain with tbe mineB
anent the closing down of  their
boarding   houses.    Where   is  the
consummation    of   that   bargain.
One small   boarding    Louse,   tbe
farthest from the centre of the town
has shut down of  its own volition,
making   no   bargain.    But   those
that were complained still exist.
Mr.  Dean   pretends  that he  has
made a connection with the water
system of the Le Hoi and Le Roi
No. 2.   This was done at the instance of   the   mines    concerned.
Lastly he declares that his financial
administration has been a success.
It has been infinitely worse than
the one whioh preceded him.   He
backs    this    up by   an   account
into which he interpolates a paeudo
comparison between   himself  and
his predecessor   and has the audacity   to   place below these accounts the name of the City Audit
or. But the City Auditor declares
emphatically that he has not audited those accounts, that those accounts were not ready for audit
until yesterday, when in the afternoon the ledger was still unbalanced, and that he gave no authorization whatsoever for the placing of
his name beneath them. The
auditor writes a letter in expostu
latien to the mayor and oouncil,
but that letter did not oome up in
the public proceedings of last night!
Why? What credence oan be
placed in such accounts?
Finally while we have both Mr.
Hulme and Mr. Clute out with
definite platforms, which are not
unlike, and on the feasibility of
which and the ability and willing
ness of their propounders to carry
them out, the electorate will tomorrow have an opportunity of
passing an opinion (all those who
have not been disfranchised), Mr.
Dean has no platform but himself.
He makes no pledges and desires
to be judged on hie past record!
^&^?5fc^9§ft^%^mS§!^
To Voters of the West Ward
I respectfully solicit jour vote
and influence for re-election for
Aldermen of the West Ward, and
if elected will endeavor to do my
du.y towards the City in tbe future
as I have in the past.
Yours respeotfully,
Thomas Embleton.
To Voters Of The East Ward
I beg to offer myself for reelection as Alderman for tbe East
Ward, and I solicit your vote and
support, and I will endevor to
serve you in future as I bave in tbe
past.
Yours Faithfully.
Alkx Dunlop.
To Voters Of The West Ward
Your vote and influence are respectfully Bolioited for the undersigned for Alderman for the Weet
Ward.
YourB Respeotfully,
J. B. Johnson.
For Women, Misses and Children. We have as usual the
largest and the best assortment in the city. WARM
SLIPPERS in Felt, Satin, Plush, Velvet, etc., for Women,
Misses and Children in great variety. Rubber Overshoes,
Gloves, Mitss, Mocassins and Snowshoes for everybody,
and for leather footwear we always lead in quality and at
correct prices. — I    s   ■.  ■ ■
See our Window and come inside for Prices j
We are always pleased to show our goods I
CO.LALONDE I
THE   SHOEMAN. \
TH
.PALACE,
RALPH HARRON, PROP.
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To Voters Of The East Ward.
Your vote and influence, are re-
speotiful'y solicited for the under
signed as Alderman for the East
Ward.
Yours Faithfully,
J URE I'l I  Mold! I US.
To Voters Of The EastlWard.
I respectfully solicit your vote
and influence for Alderman for the
East Ward.
Yours Respectfully
A. J. LocKHAKT.
'orn thin ?
•Jo1 Washed thin I That's so
when common soap is used.
Sunlight
Soap
REDUCES
EXPENSE
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EVENT OF THE SEASON
The event of the season
will be the I. O. O. F. ball
at the Miners Union Hall,
on January 15th, It will
be the event oftheseason.
Don't miss it
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Sample Rooms
For Commercial Men.
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in; connection.
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TI6KETS
TO ALL  POINTS
EAST and WEST
VIA
SHORT LINE
TO
St. Paul,Duluth,IVlinneapoliS|Chic?go
and all'points oast
Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria,'Portland
and",all Pacific Coast;points
Through Palaoe and Tourist Sleepers
Dining & Buffet Smoking Library Oars
2-FastiTrains Through Daily-2
For rates, folders and full information
regarding trips, call on or address any
agent 8. F. St N. Railway.
H. BRANDT. C P A T A,
701 W Riverside, Spokane
A B„C DENN1STON, G W P A,
Seattle ..Wash.
H. P. BROWN, Rossland Agent
Nelson Si Fort Sheppard Railway
Red Mountain Railway
Washington Sl Great Northern R'y
Vancouver,Victoria Sl Eastern R'y Si
Nav. Cos
The only all rail, between" points east
west and south to Rossland, Nelson,
Grand Forks and Republic. Connects
at Spokane with the Great Northern,
Northern Pacific and 0. B. & N. Co.
for points east, west and south; connects
at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific R'y.
Connects at Nelson with K. R. <k N.
Co. for Kaslo and K' & S. points.
Connects at Curlsw with stage for
Greenwood and Midway, B. C.
Buffet cars run between Spokane and
Northport.
Effective June 14, 1903
NORTHBOUND.
Leave Spokane 8:4s a.m,
Arrive Rossland 4:3; p.m.
Arrive Nelson 7:20 p.m.
Arrive Grand Forks....   4 :oo p.m.
Arrive Republic 6:15 p.m
SOUTHBOUND.
Leave Republic 8:30 a.m.
Leave Grand Forks 10:3; a.m
Leave Nelson 7:20 a.m
Leave  Rossland 1 o:4o a.m
Arrive Spokane 6:15 p.m
For further information regarding
reservation of berths or price of tickets,
apply to any agent of the above companies, or to
H. A. JACKSON,
General Fustngtr Aft
epoisns, With
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tftnt  v«m1««a
MARKET
REPORTS
I BILLIARD-ROOM I
P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Traii,Sandon,Revelstoke,Green-
1 wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
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JAiL
Sandon
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ARKETS-Rossland, Trail,  Nelson,)*Ymir, Kaslo
ew Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, Grand Forks,
Greenwood, Phoenix, Midway, Camp   McKinney,
Revelstoke, Ferguson and Vancouver.
Fish,  Came ud Poultry ln Season, Sausages oi All Kinds.
WM. DONALD, Manager Roaaland Branch
Retail Prices in Rossland
Stores.
GROCERIES AND MINE SUPPLIES
Mutton per lb (side) 13-15
Turkey, per lb 23o
Veal, per lb ("side) 18o
PROVISIONS
Almonds, per lb 25o-
Apples, per 501b box $1.25-*1.50
Bananas, per doz 40c
Beans, per lb 60
Batter, per lb 25 35o
Cheese, per lb 20c
Chocolate, per lb 40-50o
Coooa, per lb 4.0c 11.00
Coffee, per lb 25 SOo
Condensed Milk per oan 15o
Dried Peas, per lb 80
Jiggs, per doz 30-40
Flour, per 601b $1-50-1.65
Grapes, per lb 15o
Honey, per lb 25o
Jams and Jellida per lb 12-13o
Lard, per lb 17 Jo
Onions, per lb So
Oranges, per doz 40-50o
Peaohes, per 201b box f 1.25
Pears, per 401b box $1.60
Piokles, per qt 20o-25o
Plums, per 201b box SOo
Potatoes, per 1001b eaok 11.00
Rioe, per lb 80
Rolled Oats per lb 60
Sugar, per lb OJo
Vinegar, per gal 50o-75o
Walnuts, per lb 25o
Watermelons, eaoh 50 60a
Flap
Bran, per ton $27
Hay, per ton $27
Oats, per ton $82
Shorts, per ton $80
MISCELLANEOUS
Coal, per ton, Gait, $8.50
Kerosine, per gal SOo
Soap, per bar So
Wood, per cord $4.50-$5.60
Rossland Mails.
Mails close Mails delivered
di ilv ex- daily except
cc   Su nday Monday at
epo :50am 7:00 a.m.
for Trail, Phoenix,
Cascade, Columbia
Grand Forks, Fife,
Greenwood, Eholt, Midway and all Boundary
District points.
Daily except Daily except
Sunday Monday
6:30 a.m. 7:0a a.m.
Robson, Castlegar
Mon., Wed., Fri Wed.. Eri., Sua
6:30 a.m. 7:00 a.m.
Gladstone
Daily Dally
9:40 a. 111. 6:00 a. m.
Northport, Spokane
and all United States
points. Paterson, B. C.
Daily except Daily except
Sunday Sunday
9:40 a. ni. 6: 00 p. m.
Kaslo, and also Waneta,
Ymir, Nelson aad Salmo,
B.C.
Daily 6:00 p. m.
and 7:»o a. m
Ordinary letter mail
only for all Eastern
Canada, and the United Kingdom and all
European aud other ,
foreign countrie*. 1
DaUy
H 7:00 a. rn.
Appoints served by
the Canadian Pacific
Railway, the Northwest Territories, Manitoba, all Eastern Canada, the United Kingdom, and all European
and other foreign countries.
Daily 5:150 m.. Daily 7:00 a. m.
Crow's Nest Pass and
connections, Nelaon.
Sun „ Tues., Tnur Tues., Thur., la
Daily
9:40 a. 111
Daily
5:15 p m.
5:15 p.m.
Deer Park.
Daily except
Saturday
5:15 p.m.
Sandon.
Daily 5:151
7:00 a. m.
Daily except
Monday
7:00 a. m.
Daily 7x0 a. m
Corrected Up to Date by the Lead'
ing Merchants of the
Camp.
Baas  Burton
tha Hoffman. *
Ale on   tap   at
ALL  KINDS   OF   DRY
WOOD
W. F. LINGLE
Office opposite Great
Northern ticket offlea
next to Bed tor
MINING   SUPPLIES.
Axes, per doz $7.50-10.00
Candles, per case $5.50-6.50
Caps, Bennett, per box 75o
Coal, blatkrmitb ter tin $22.50
Dynamite*. 60 per ct, per lb 194
Dynamite, 50 per ct, per lb 18o
Dynamite, 40 perct, per lb 164c
Fuse, Bennett per 100 ft 75c
Hammers, per lb 15c
Iron, per lb 3i-5o
Nails,"baBe, per keg $4
Shovels, per doz $7.60-10
Steel. Canton per lb 840
MEAT AND POULTRY.
Bacon, per lb 18-20o
Beef, per lb (side) 9-10c
Chickens, each 50-90o
Fish, per lb 124-1 So
Ham, per lb 18-20o
p.m
Trail, Arrowhead, Nakusp, Revelstoke Station, Halcyon and Columbia River, Slocan
and Lardeau District
point and connections.
Daily 5:15 p m. Daily 7;oo a,
All points served by
the Canadian Pacific
Railway west of R-v-
elstoke Station, including China and Japan
and Klondike,
STOCKS AND  REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE—Four-roomed callage
nicely finished, and three lots, well
fenoed and cleared. Price, $1,200, part
cash down.
FOR SALE—Small lodging house, going coucern, cheap rental.   A bargain.
-APPLY-
DYER & FLETCHER
E120 Columbia Are.
The Hoffman Houaa haa 50
wall heated room p. An up-to
data family hotel. *y'gw» ■"■"■' aemew
THE EVENING WORLD ROSSLAND, B. C, JAN. 13, 1904
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School Opening!
TEXT BOOKS!
SCRIBBLERS!
EXERCISER
SCHOOL BAGS!
PENS! INKS,
...All School Supplies...
AT LOWEST PRICES
Goodeve Bros.
It Pays to Deal With Goodeve Bros.
SNAPS
IN   MINING STOCKS
iQfflOCCCGCCCCa
FOR SALE
5000 camp McKinney       4 1-4
1000 Mountain Lion,      16 3-4
Will pay the highest market price, for 5000
Jtunbo.
J. B. Johnson b Co.,
,■********•
■EXPLOSIVES^
The Gotlon Powder Gomoanv.* Ltd
82 Qu«»n Victoria St.,   .ONDON E. C.
 BUHOTACIVM	
Faversham Powder
On the SPECIALflLIS'IBof [Peinitted ;Fjpla:\eB iCctoter,; 190 '}
mmm ******* KM "T" jf*"   the best explosive^for ub derground wo/k ex
|   *\\^J I N I   I   T    ''   clusively^used in Severn end Mersey tunnel
Cordite, Gelignite, Gelatine Dyramite, Blasting Gelatine, Detonators for all olasses of Explosives, Eleotrio Applianoea,
ine Charges for [tbe , rtmoval of   Wrecks, Etc.,  Etc.
Works: Faversham, Kent and Mailing, near Liverpool
ESTABLISHED 1849.
GEORGE GREEN.
ITHE FOUNDRY.
ABXSYSTWYld,
ENGLAND,
I Manufacturer of Concentrating Machinery.
MEDALS—Royal Cornwall Polytechnic; Gold medal  International Mining Exh
bition, Crystal Palace, 1800.    Only award for Concentrators,
j '***************•****•*•• >
I! Specials at Paulson's !
11. 11
I P. B. Blend
Coffee i
i Mooseiaw .
Flour:
I Chilliwack
Butter ii
i Paulson i!
ii   Bros,   ii
•THE GROCERS:
NOTICE
Take Notice—tbat a plaint has been
entered and summons issued out of the
County Court of Kootenay holden at
Kossland, wherein the Nelson and Fort
Sheppard Railway Company are plaintiffs and the Canadian Pacific Exploration, Limited, are defendants, and
wherein the plaintiffs claim is as follows:
The plaintiffs claim from the defendants the sum of $650.00. The following
are the paiticulars:
To 200,000 feet of mining timber sold
by the plaintiffs to the defendants at 50
cents per thousand $100.
To 2,200 cords of woods at 25 cts,
per cord. $550.
Total'
$650,
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
C.P.R. ATLANTIC S.S. LINE
from St. John.
L.ChamplainJan. 9 L.Manitoba Dec. 26
ALLAN LINE
From St. John.
Pretorian Jan. 2    Bavarian.  .Jan. 11
DOMINION LINE
From Portland
Dominion Jan. 23 Canada... Jan.2
AMERICAN   LINE
Philadelphia . .Jan.2    St. Louis, .Jan. 0
RED STAR LINE
Finland Jan.2 Vaderland.. Jan. 9
CUNARD LINE
Umbria Dec 19    Lucanic .Dec 26
WHITE STAR LINE
Arabic . ...D*c.25 Cedric.       Dec. 11
FRENCH LINE
La. C liampaigne Jan. 7 LaTouralne Deo 31
ALLAN STATE LINE
Laurentine... Dee.ill
Continental sailings of North German
Lioyd, H. A. P. and Italian lines on application.   Lowest rates on all lines.
W. P. F.CUMMINGS,
G. S. S, Agt., Winnipeg
O.W. DEY, Agent,
C. P.R. Depot, Rossland.
MORTGAGE  SALE
Or Valuable Residential Property
Under and by virtue ol the power
of sale couta'ned in a certain Mortgage
whieh will be produced at the time of
sale, there will be offered for eale by
Public Auction by Walter J. Robinson
at the office of Orde & Co., Real Estate
Agents, in the City of Rossland. 1), C,
on Saturday, the 23rd day of January
A. D. i</>4, at 12 o'clook noon, the following property in the City of Rossland-
Lots 13, 14. 15 and 16, in Block I, Subdivision of District Lot 535 Plan 57qA,
on which is erected a well built story and
a half frame dwelling, lighted with electricity. The grounds are laid out in
lawn, with ornamental trees, enclosed
wtth stone and frame fence,
For further particulars and  conditions
of Sale,
Apply to
HARRIS & BULL.
Bank of B. N. A. Bldg.
Vancouver, B. C.
Vendors'Solicitors.
Or to
ORDE & CO..
Real Estate Agents,
Rossland B. C.
Dated Dec. 26th 1904.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that an order made herein on the 2qth.
day of December, 1903, wherein it is
ordered that service of tbe summons,
plaint and the said order be effected by
publishing notice of the ssid summons,
plaint and order for six weeks in tbe
' World'' newspaper, published in the
City of Roesland, and posting to the defendants of a registered letter containing
a copy of the "World" newspaper having the first publication of such advertisement, addressed to such defendants
at therein registered office in London,
England, shall be good and sufficient
service upon the defendants of the said
summons, plaint and said order.
The first publication of this advertisement is on the 30th day of December,
1903,
MADAME  BEST
THE FAMOUS
Phrenologist And Palmist.
She can read your life like a bonk.
She is the only gold medaiist in British
Caiuinbia. She has the reputation of be
ing the beet Palmist that has ever been
in British Columbia. If you want to
know or learn any thine consult this gifted lady. It was she who predicted tbe
Frank disaster. No money accepted if
readings are not satisfactory,
OFFIOE HOURS, g.a .m to 9p. m.
The Hoffman House Room 4.
The Evening World is
the   paper   hat has the
circulation.     So if  you
want to get good results
from youa advertisments
put them in a paper that
is read not by part of the
people,  but by   all   the
people.      It may cost a
little more, but you    wil
find it   cheaper   in the
end.      Stop   and   think
about it.
ORDER   YOUR
WOOD
AT  THE
Le Roi Stables
Dry Fir and Tamarac at
$5, per cord,
SPECIALTIES:
Stamps with latest improvements, of up-to-date design, and with wearing parts os
Hadfield's steel, from 2 cwts. to 10 cwts. per head, Stonebn akers, Crushers Jigf
Trommels, Vanners, etc., all constructed in sections for facility of transport if de
sired. Patent Portable Crushing and Amalgamating Pans for Prospecting A
small concentrating plant to treat up to five tons erected at the works by which
commercial results can be seen by intending purchasers for a merely nominal cos
Estimates for complete plants on application.   Special attention given to
engineer's specifications.   Telegrams-*,JIGGER.,,Aberyitwyth.
THE
London Directory,
CONTAINING over 2000 pagesof condensed commercial matter, enables
enterprising traders throughout tbe Empire to keep in close touch with the trade
of the Motherland. Besides being a com
plete commercial guide to London and
its Suburbs, the London Directory contains lists of;—
EXPORT MERCHANTS
with the goods they ship, and the Colon
inl and Foreign markets they supply.
STEAMSHIP LINES
arranged under thc Ports '0 which they
sail,  and   indicating   the  approximate
sailings.
PROVINCIAL APPENDIX
of Trade Notices nf leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in the principal
towns  and   Industrial   centres  of   the
"Inked Kingdom.
copy A of the 1904 edition will be for-
arded freight paid en  receipt of Post
Office Order for £1.
The London Directory Co.,Ltd.
25 Aboburob Lane, London, E. C.
Telephone 39.
Rossland, B.
R.L.Wright
A.R.S.M.
\ J       (AssayerlforJLe^RoiiNo. 2,)        ''
:: J!
WILL TAKE
iGustom 'Assays;:
Tht Hoffmen   Cafe,    ir-r
night. Short orders  a specialty.
POWDER SMOKE-Did, it ever
give yon headache? Dr. Scotts
headaohe powders are a qniok and
rare cure. Ssud at Morrows Drug
ton,
BO   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
.... -        Copyrights Ac.
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
qulnkly ascertain our opinion froo wliotner an
invention Is probably patentable, t'lininnmlrn.
tlonaatrlctlyconfldentlal. Handbook on I atiuita
Bout free, oldest agency for BecurlnK patonu.
Patents taken through Munn ,V Co. receive
tptctal notice, without oharge, la the
Scientific American.
A hsndsotnely Illustrated weekly. J-areeit circulation of any aclentlOn journal. Terms, IS a
year: four months, ft Sold hy all newsdealers.
year; four m
Branch Oil
QQ361Broadwsy,     _
once, ess r Bt, Washington* p.T
Lever's Y-Z(Wi» Head)IMainfect»ntSoan
Powder dusted in the bath aofterj **»
tt«Urs«thaaaiiwtisn*tJ>rtitdiit(ii>    '.s»
jPHRfll
•The Phoenician.;
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SYNOPSIS
Phra, who dies and lives again in
Britain, begins to recount his early adventures—Be buys a British slave girl
and sails on a trading voyage to Cornwall and marries a British princess. Is
attacked and captured by the Romans.
Escapes and is murdered by the Druids,
Is born again in later Roman Britain.
Fnds a tattooed record by his wife on
his body. Rescues a Roman lady from
a bull and is taken into favor. Lives
and dies in her service. Wakes up in
Saxon England just before the Battle of
Hestings. Rescues a Saxon Maiden
from the Conqueror. Marries her. Visited at Stonehenge by his British wife.
Compilers of domesday book makes enquiries. Flight to Sanctuary where Phr»
again sleeps and wakes in Edward I
reign.
CHAPTER VIII (Continued)
My first dear knowledge on that
strange occasion waB of the strains
of a merle singing somewhere near;
and, as those seraphic notes thrilled into tbe dry, unused channels of
my hearing, the melody went
through me to my utmost fibre.
Next I felt, aB a strong tonio elixir,
a draught of cool spring air, full of
the taste of sunshine and rich with
the scent of a grateful earth, blowing down upon me and dissipating
with its Bweet breath, the last mists
of my sleepfulness. While these
soft ministrations of the good nurse
Nature put my blood into circulation again Jfilling me with a gentle
vegetable pleasure, my newly opened eyes were astounded at the
richness and variety of their early
dieooveringB.
To the inexperience of my long
forgetfulness everything around
was quaint and grotesque I Everything, too, was grey, and orimson,
and green! As I stared and speculated, with the vapid artlessness of
a baby novice, tbe new world into
which I was thus born slowly took
form and shape. It opened out in
unknown depths, into aisles and
corridors, into a wooden firmament
overhead, chequered with clouds of
timber work and endless mazes
(to my poor untutored mind) of
groins and buttresses. Long grey
walls—the same that had been tbe
groundwork of my fanoy—opened
on either Bide, a great bare sweep
of pavement was below them, and
a hundred windows letting in the
oomely daylight above, but best
of all was that long one by one
whioh the crimson sun smote
strongly upon its varied surface.
and, gleaming through the gorgeous
patchwork of a dozen parables in
colored glasses fell on the ground
below in pools of many colored
brightness. As I, inertly, watched
these shifting beams, I perceived
in them the oause of those gay
mosaics with which the outer light
had amused my sleeping fanoiesl
All these things in lime appeared distinct enough to me, and
tempted a trial of whether my
physical condition equalled tbe apparent soundness of my senses. I
had hardly had leisure as yet to
wonder how I had oome into this
strange position, or to remember—
bo strong were the demandB of surrounding circumstanoes on my attention—tbe last remote pages of
my adventures—remote, I now began to entertain a certain con
sciousnesB, they were—I was so
fully taken up with the matter of
the moment, that it never occured
to me to speculate beyond, but tbe
pressing question waB in what sort
of a body were those sparks of sight
and sense burning.
It was pretty clear I was in a
ohuroh, and a greater one than
I bad ever entered before. My
pisilon,  I could  tell,   spoke of
funeral rites, or rather the stiff
oomfort of one of those marble effigies with whioh sculptors have
from the earliest times decorated
tombs. And yet I waa not entombed, nor did I think I was marble,
or even the plaster of more frugal
monumenters. My eyes served
little purpose in the deepening
light, while as yet I had not moved
a muscle.
[To be  continued.]
Furnished rooms to let over our
Btore, bath room with hot wster
connections. Price $5 to $8, a
mouth.    Agnew & Co,
MUNICIPAL
REFORM
PARTY
For Mayer
Thomas Hulme, Esq,
For Aldermen
East Ward—P. R. McDonald, I. A.
Petoh, W. C. Preston-
West Ward—John Martin, Thos
Stout. Samuel   Forteith
PLATFORM
ECONOMY
1. The mayor and aldermen to
give their services to the oity without salary, provided, however, s
sum to be voted the mayor at tne
end of hie term of offioe of not less
than $300, and not more than $500
to reimburse him for any expenditure in connection with hii offioe
as mayor.
2. The dispensing with all ua*
necessary employees of the oity,
and the employment of none but
competent men as oity offioials,
3. To provide, if possible, aa
appliance to be operated frcm the
Fire Hall, to out in the water front
the reservoir in case of fire.
IMPROVEMENTS.
4. The ownership by the oity ol
the eleotrio light system.
5. The devising ways and means
to assist the mining oompiniss im
securing a sufficient supply of water
for concentration in the city, and
to develops power for the eleetrie
light plant.
6. The improvement of the fire
department, by securing three or
more volunteer firemen who will be
furnished with sleeping accommodation at] the Fire Hall, and who
will be paid eaoh $10 per month.
7. The furnishing of the fire
department with suitable tarpaulins
to be used to prevent damage te
goods by water at the time of fire.
The inspection by the fire chief ef
all chimneys and flues, at least
twice eaoh year.
8. Tbe reorganising of the oity
polioe department.
9. Providing means for operating tbe schools during tbe year.
10. The prompt collection of all
taxes, water rates and city revenues.
In consideration ef the fact that
the candidates for the above named
party propose giving their services
free to the city for the year 1904,
the oommitte intend raising a
fund to defray all election expenses
by popular subscription. In tbe
event of there being no opposition ,
and tbe entire ticket eleoted by acclamation, the above named fund
will be turned over to the Sisters
Hospital. All persons desiring to
subsoribe are requested to oall at
the oommitte room next to Taylor
& MoQuarrie's Btore, where sub-
crip tion lists are now open. THE EVENINGftWORLD ROSSLAND.    B. C.    JAN 13,1904
THE LOCAL
EXCHANGE
Market Slack This Morn-
ing
SUFFERING   FROM   HOLIDAYS
The Latest Quotations and Sales
Locally    Upon    the
Market.
The market is suffering from too
much election, and holiday com"
bined, and but few transactions are
recorded!
Today'r. Local Quotations:
Asked
American Boy       iXf
Ben Hor         *
Black Tall...........        J„
Canadian Oold Melds............       JH
Cariboo (Camp McKlnaer) ex-dlr       3'A
Centre BUr       "
crows Nesl Fssa Cost I     »
JHsirvIew         *
metier Maiden        H*
H.'.nt      *>*
Granby Consolidated    *5C0 „
Homing Blorr        !»
Konntaltt tion °»
Koilh 8U1 (last Xootenajr)        9
rajne	
8uUp 
•mbler-CKlboo	
Ban Poll	
BuiH.an	
Tom Thumb	
War B»Blc Ccnso'tdited	
Waterloo (asstss. paid)........
White Bear (Assess, paid) ..
17
%
sa
3
13
ly.
Today's Sales.
Fisher   Maiden, 3000, 2c:
Eagle 500, 124c   Total 3500.
Bid
2'A
26
ta
4
2
IS
5»
War
MINOR   MENTION.
The Evening World is
the   paper   hat has the
circulation.      So if  you
want to get good results
from youa advertisments
put them in a paper that
is read not by part of the
people,  but by   all   the
" people.       It may cost a
little more, but you .will
find it   cheaper    in  the
end.      Stop
about it.
and   think
POWDER SMOKE-Did. it ever
give yon headaohe? Dr. Sootte
headaohe powders are a qnick and
enre oare, Sold at Morrows Drug
tore
The Woodmen held a successful
installation last evening.
The Rossland juniors beat the
Trail team last night by two goals
to one.
The Odd Fellows went down to
Trail last evening and had a high
old time.
Dr. Wright will ocoupy the
Presbyterian pulpit tor the next
two Sundays.
Dr. Mackenzie, health offloer, ia
appointed a coroner for this district.
Toe oil for the Elmore concentrator arrived yesterday and the
mill is again in full swing.
The snowehoers assemble thie
evening at the Bank of Montreal
corner lor a march to Ferndale.
Fraudulently putting a man's
name to an account may not be
be forgery but is possibly an indictable offence.
There was a raft of people at the
City Hall this morning showing
cause why they should be retained
on the voters list.
Miss Florenoe Burtis of Spokane
who will assist in the concert of
next Tuesday is a fellow student of
MiBB Verge's at Berlin,  Germany.
Some of the Carnival promotors
have recognized the truth of tbe
World's statement and have postponed the. calling off a meeting
until after the election.
The Would thought that the
mayor must have had something to
do with the recent inquest. The
Miner this morning confirms the
notion John is pretty solid on the
hill.
Dr. Sinclair was plaoed in nomination for the Dominion eleotion
yesterday at Nelson but withdrew
and thereupon the sitting member
was unanimously chosen aB Liberal
standard bearer.
Despite economy and solicitor's
letters and disfranchisement according to John Dean's own pet
aocounts he is worse off $2000 then
when he took over the city finances.
Some men are thanking the
mayor for their own money to
bjild them a trail. When they
have really something to return
thanks for their gratitude will
know no pounds.
To the Electors of the City
of Rossland.
At the request of many ratepayers I again offer myself as a
oandidate for the position of mayor
of this city.
A continuance of the polioy pur-.
sued in the year iust ended, with
such variation or improvement as
experience and prudenoe will warrant, will be my aim. Should you
approve of the results attained and
the general management of oivio
affairs during the past year, which
will be fully explained for your
information and judgment at a
PUBLIC MEETING TO BE HELD
IN MINERS' UNION HALL ON
WEDNESDAY, THE 13th INST.,
AT 8 P. M., to which you are cordially invited. Anticipating your
approval, I respectfully solicit your
support.
There will be reserved seals for
ladies. C. R. Hamilton, ohaiiman.
Messrs.Hulms and Clute are invited
to attend, and will be given an
opportunity to address the meeting.
Yours respectfully,
JOHN DEAN.
M. W.  Simpson-
Bus print paper, Ofilce]
and School  Supplies.
Latest Novels   and all^ kind   of}
Stationery.
THE
1 BANK SALOON
Noted for    its choice brands of f.
J | liquors and cigars.
HIGHLAND    CREAM
. i
.i
The lich ereainy flavor has plac- < >
-d this fine of SCOTCH Whiskey J J
in the front rank of the veiy best.
Under the Poplar Control of
JACOBS & JEFFORD
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• •
I Look Here! \
$14.00   Hats   for      $5.00     at
Madame Le Blanc's selling out sale.
Pompeian Massage Cream
Removes, Blackheads, Freckles
and Plmpples and brings color  the Cheeks.    For Sale at
RovalBarberShoo
SUPPLY HOUSE.
W. J. PREST. PROP
Clute's Platform.
EVENT   OF   THE  SEASON
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON WILL BE THE I. O. O. F
MINERS UNION HALL, JANUARY 16th. BE SURE YOU
DON'T MISS THIS OR YOU
WILL REGRET IT.
ANOTHER CAMPAIGN LIE
Th* Ex-Chief of Police and Candidate
Clute
Harry Mcintosh
DIRECT IMPORTER OF
' PERFECTION
SCOTCH
Vintagejof 1878
Guaranteed! Absolutely Pure
Bass' Burton Ale on Tap
—at—
22 Hoffman House
With regard to certain matters
conneoted with the civic administration, Mr. Clute called at the
Woiti.n office today and wished to
make it publicly known that under
no circumstances would he consider
placing John Ingram in the position ot Chief of Polioe for this city,
or in any position in that or any
other department, This statement
has been made beoause it has been
currently reported that should Mr.
Clute be elected, he might install
Mr. Ingram as Chief of Polioe. Mr.
Clute says he bows to the verdict
of the people, as to this or any
other matters.
My idea of the issues bsfore the
cfty is that they are the necessity
of an augmented revenue with a
decreased expenditure bnt economy
must NOT be allowed to impair
efficiency.
To increase the revenue I would
advooate the resumption of the
lighting franchise and its operation
by the city either by hiring the
power or by oreating it locally.
The money to acquire this I would
raise by debentures whioh would
give a first right to the revenues
arising from the water and the
light.
I would advocate the urging of
the provincial government to so
clear up the law that there would
be no doubt as to the right of the
oity to use its water for industria
purposes. This should help the
mines, increase the population and
yield a fair revenue.
I would economize by advocating tbe reduction of all council
salaries retaining for the mayor
a sufficient indemnity to meet the
exigencies of the oity offioe.
I would improve the fficiency of
eaoh department by pe.-iniHing of
no interference n ith the executive
functions of its head who would,
however, then be held personally
responsible for any shortcomings.
Jons Sitlwell Clute.
TURKEYS,
CHICKENS,
FRESH FISH,
OYSTERS,
VENISON
VEAL
LAMB
 AT THE	
: B. C. MARKET i
Send Ils in Tom Order.
SCHEDULE B.
NOTICE
Municipality of the City Rossland,
To-Wit:
Public notice is hereby given to the electors ot the municipality aforesaid, that
a poll has become necessary at the election now pendinir, for the same, and that I
have granted such a poll, and further, that the pirsons duly nominated as candidates at the said election, anil for whom votei will be received, are:
FOR MAYOR
SURNAME.
CLUTE,
LUEAN,
HULME,
OTHER NAMES
John Stillwell
John
Thomas
ABODE.
Rosslan d
Rossland
Rossland
Rank,   Profession,
or Occupation.
Barrister
Real Eslate Agt.
Gentleman
FOR    ALDERMEN
SURNAME
IiUNLOI'
LOCKHART
MORRIS
Mcdonald
PETCH
PRESTON
EMBLETON
FORTEATH
JOHNSON
MARTIN
ROLT
STOUT
OTHER NAMES
Alexander
Allan lames
Joseph
Peter Ronald
Isaac A.
Walter Cotlett
Thomas
Samuel
John Binns
John
Frank  Wardlaw
Thomas
For What
Ward
Ea
Eas
Eatt
East
Kast
East
West
West
West
West
West
West
ABODE
Rossland
Rossland
Rossii nd
Rosaland
Rossland
Roesland
Rossland
Rossland
Roesland
Roeeland
Rossland
Rossland
Rank, Profession
or Occupation
Carpenter
Gentleman
Tobacconist
Carpenter
Baker
Miner
Merchant
Miner
Insurance Agt.
Engineer
Broker
Druggist
Hammond's
Famous Skinned
HAMS & BACONS
AT
AGNEWS
The Loading Grocler
Such poll will be open '/m Thursday, the 14th day of
of January, 1904, it the following places:
IN EAST WARD at II. F. Busch's store- Columbia avenue, from 9 o'clock
a. m. to 7,30 p. 111.
IN WEST WARD, at the City Ofticcs. Coin mbiu avenue, from 9 o'clock a.m,
to 7 30 p. m.
Of which all persons are hereby required to take notice andlo govern themselves accordingly.
Given under my hand and seal at RoBsland, B. C, this 13th day of January, in
the year 1904.
Wm. McQueen, Returning Officer.
NOTE -There will be no election for School Trustees, as James Twaddla
Esquire, withdrew his nomination papers. W. McQ.
Rossland Home Bakery
A full line of
Confectionery
FRESH BREAD
Fetch ► & Schwartzenhauer Props
Rossland Opera House
SOCIETY   CARDS.
Ff.     1?    FRATKRNsU,  oriwr   or
.   KJ.   aVi. KAOt.m,    Rowland   Ante
No, 10, RegttUrtmeeUngs erenr Monday e.en-
logs, 8 p.  m. Miners' Onion Hall,
A..H, Dutton w  r.
B. Dsnltl W. DeoreUir.
POSTPONED
Unless there is a change
in tho weather before
morning the Masquerade
at the rink is postponed
indefinitely.
Grand Concert
TUESDAY JANUARY 19
—BY   THE—
CELEBRATED ARTISTS
'XMAS.
XMAS.
JUST OPENED.
Largest Stock of Pipes
IN
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offering the same for short time, 3
AT 10c EACH 3
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O. M. FOX & CO.,Isi 1
TELEPHONE 6$ 3
Meerschaum
and Briars.
SUITABLE FOR 'XMAS GIFTS.
Fine Line in CIGARS,
Put up in  10 and 25 in a boi
suitable for
'XMAS.        XMAS
Mibb. Florence Verge,      Violinist.
Miss. Florenoe E. Burtis,   Pianist.
ASSISTED BY
Mrs. Norman L. Mclnnis.
Subscription list now open, and
seats are on sale at Goodeve Bros,
Drug Store
Tiokets $1.00 and 75cte,
Th* Hoffman   Cafe,   crcn
night- Short orders  a  specialty.
Li  LEVY &  CO.
EVENT OF THE SEASON
Event of the season -will
bethel. O. O. F. ball at
the Miners Union Hall,
January 15th. Don't miss
it. It will be the event of
the season.
Tho Hoffman Bar haa just re
calved 300 gallons Bass Burton
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Yes!
You have just got in some Crosse & Black-
well's    and    White Star Brand Piokles?
Yes!
Send along this little order, please.
CROSSE & BLACKWELLS AND WHITE
STAR  BRAND PICKLES.
10 Bottles Mixed,
10 Chow Chow,
5 Bottles Onions,
5 Bottles Walnuts,
10 Bottles Mixed Sour,
10 Bottles    "   Sweet,
2 Quaits Sweet,
5 Bottles Dill,
2 Quarts Dill-

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