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 THE  EVENING WORLD
Vol. I, No. 42
ROSSLAND, B.C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1901.
Price Five Cents.
m
THE BIG STORE
A Beautiful Range of Boys' and Childrens' Suits
Childrens' Wash Goods.
Boys' duck wash suits regular $2.75 for $1,05
Boys' crash wash suits regular $2.25  for 1.55
Boys'Pique suits, regular  $2.50,    for   $l.GO
Boys' Tennis  Shoes, in all sizes.
100 Pairs Boys' Oxfords Tweed Knicker
Pants, age 3 to 12 yrs., 30c per pair.
Men's Balbriggan Underwear Worth $1.50 for $1
5 Complete Departments. 5
Hunter Bros.
G. P. R. TRACKMEN
What the   Eastern  Press
Says of the Strike.
A TRACKWALKER'S STATEMENT
Company Officials Accused of Appealing to Passion and not Reason-What the Men Say.
SEE OUR WINDOW
g DISPLAY OF
i
[SLATER shoes
3
MEN: COME IN AND EXAM-   %
INE THEM, SOLD ONLY BY   3
^ NEAT THE rUS'lWjFUiJS ~
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WtF.McNEILL,
NEXT THE POSTOFFICE
3(Rubber Goods,
♦♦♦♦
Hot Water Bottles, Fountain Syringes, Bulb Syringes, and Atom'z-
era of all kinds, Combination Hot
Water Bottles and Fountain Syringe
The best values offered in Rosslaml.
♦♦♦♦
Bring tis your   Prescriptions
and family receipts.
♦♦♦♦
V. & N. l'lione No, li
T. R. MORROW,
The Pioneer Druggist
CARPENTER &Ci
Are now carrying a large anal rnin-
pla-l.i line ol Kodaks anal hand cameras, and Amateur Photographers
Supplies at Toronto anal New York
list prices. Why send away tor
your goods when yon can buy right
at home and save t.'ic mail and ex-
preSI charges.
CARPENTER  & CO,
)ver Dominion Kxprcss Office
AT COST   AND BELOW   COST   |
_3!
We are now Having 3
A Big Sale of Ladies' j
j^,(7    Chocolate Shoes    1
^ II you sec aiur |-shoe window you ore certain
fc to take advantage ol this sale.
* C. 0. Lalonde,
THE SHOEMAN
a/""
Big Fire Sale
We will be
Ready for
Business at
Our old
Stand
Everything
Goes at Cost
We have the Largest
Stock in the City to
Select From
soon leaped across to the old court
Imflding. Later the Washington
Trading company's building and
the Campbell building caught.
The fire department encountered
great difficulty in lighting the
Haines owing to the hose being
lilled with ice. Judge E. P. Ryan
and wife barely escaped with their
lives, losing all their possessions.
The total loss has been placed at
•1125,000. Business has been resumed and the effects of the fire
are not expected to result in more
than a temporary blow to the prosperity of the town.
See Our Prices.
Heard & Shoults
.   THE WEST END TAILOR.
Details of the causes which led
up to the present striko of trackmen on the C. P; It. are now appealing in the eastern press. The
Globe of last .Saturday has a full
account of the men's side of the
case. The fail lowing is an extract
from the circular issued by the
grievance committee at Toronto:
The grievance committee, in
their notice to the public, claim
that they had written instructions
from 95 per cent of the regular
mon employed in the maintenance
of the way department to Secure
an agreement setting forth the
terms and conditions of work.
After working two months and exhausting every means of securing
a satisfactory settlement, they
placed the matter in the hands of
their president. Mr. Wilson wrote
to Mr. Shaughnessy, saying that
the negotiations had been conducted!))' the company's officials in a
way to arouse the passions of the
men instead of appealing to their
reason, suggesting that the amount
of the increased pay demanded
could be met by decreasing the
number of passes, train auditors
anil private detectives, and adding
tho conditions on which be would
take up the negotiations. No reply was received, and the grievance committee .consequently or-
dered the strike. They also in
their letter to the public gave tlii*
following statement from one of
the men in reply to Mr. MoNicolls'
allegation that the company had
increased wages:
''I am one of those live-cent men
(as we boys call it), that is, the
great €. P. R. company has condescended to raise my wages the
whole of live cents a day. As I
was congratulating myself on tbe
advance in my wages I received
notice that after a certain date
track walkers on Sunday will only
be allowed one-hall day for their
Services, where formerly we received a day's pay. As we are
such an ignorant class of men, it
took me some little time lo figure
out where I was at, hut I found the
result as follows: Decrease in
wages through track walking being cut down, r>7J ctmis;  increase
in wages, six days at live cents per
day, !ItO cents; balance in favor of
C. P. R. company per week, 27.
cents.     Now, sir, does the C. 1'. It.
com party think for a moment that
we are to lie gulled that way?"
For choice fruits and fresh candies
call nt 41 Columbia avenue, or orders by
V. & N. 'Phone 159 will he delivered to
you. tf
DISASTROUS
. NOME FIRE
Ready mixed paintB at P. W. Pretty's
at $1 per Imperial half gallon. tf
THE WAItAGKAI'H.
Oataaal Audience at Miner*'   Union   Hall
The Show Tlila Evening.
Miners' Union hall was well filled
last evening to witness the Waragraph Moving Pictures. The outfit arrived on the evening train
which was late and in consequence
the performance did not run quite
as smoothly as the management
desired. They will be all night tonight and everyone should see the
pictures which are very clever and
interesting. The comic sketches
evoked rpaVs of laughter
and applause last night, and
the Queen's funeral and war pictures were well received. Tonight
the best pictures shown last evening and a host of new ones will be
given.
For Sale or lo Lease—The Columbia
Hotel,Trail, B. C. Apply to G. A. White
on the premises. 6-la)*tf
Hello, Hanley,   mix  of st'awberries.
Phone 171, V. & N.
HUGE STEEL
FURNACES
Will Cost $3,250,000 when
Completed—Building
Started Today.
Pittsburg, Pa., Juno 19.—The St.
Clair Furnace company owned by
the Crucible Steel company of America, today started to build three
six hundred tons daily capacity
blast furnaces in II. C. Prick's now
town, Clairton, on the Mononga-
liola river. The furnaces will cost
when completed !f:f,_50,0OO.
THOUGHT
HIM DEAD
A  Jersey Enoch Arden-
Wife Married His Best
Friend.
A Temporary Blow to the
Northern   City—Loss
About $150,000.
Seattle, June li).—Nome was
subjected to a most disastrous lire
on May 18.—The blaze Hlarted in
a building al the corner of'Sted-
man avenue and First   street   and
New York, June in,—Returning
lo his home in West Hobokon, N.
J., after an absence of four years,
Victor Geraud, supposed by family
and friends lo have boon long dead,
found  there  his   boyh 1   friend,
Eugene Koehler, now the husband
of Mrs. Geraud. -
The woman, at the sight of her
recreant husband, became hysterical. Koehler anil tioraud, after a
heated discussion as to their respective rights, began to light, and
Geraud drew a revolver. While
Standing live feet from Koehler he
fired, the bullet lodging in Kneli-
ler's shoulder. Geraud ran from
the house and disappeared,
FROM FAR NORTH
A Daring and  Successful
Break From the Jail.
WINTER'S WORK SHOWING UP
Nome  Proving a   Winter Camp-^
Plenty of Dust and Nuggets-
Rich Placers Farther on.
Nome City, Jnne 6, via Seattle,
June 19.—One of the most daring
nnd successful jail deliveries that
has taken place in Alaska occurred on May 20th, when seven prisoners in the federal jail escaped,
and at last advices four wore still
at large.
Those who got aivity were : Powers, Davis, Miller and Lander,
while Smith, Libby and May were
recaptured.
In the capture May was shot in
the head and the jaw and is in ii
precarious condition. Escape was
effected by cutting through the corrugated iron roof of the jail. . As
soon as the prisoners were -missed
a detachment of soldiers was sent
from Fort Davis, everyone leaving
town was questioned antl dodgers
advertising the escaped convicts
were freely circulated. Libby was
first captured hiding in a cabin.
Smith and May were called to surrender. The former did so hut May
made a break for liberty and was
shot and brought down.
The results of the winter's work
prove emphatically that Nome is a
winter camp. Within a radius of
eight milos about the city dumps
have boon piled up which, on con-'
.servativo estimate, will yield-hundreds of thousands of dollars, and
this in spite of proper apparatus
and tho high prices of fuel. With ■
an ample supply of coal at reasonable prices for thawing, winter
work can ho prosecuted on a largo
scale.
From Council city and Topkuk
come the best reports. It is said
that gold has boon taken out during tho winter to the value of half
a million dollars. The Topkuk
beach is still yielding well. The
bankers and commercial agents aif
tbe city have received over one
hundred thousand dollars in winter
dust and nuggets. All reports received at Nome during tho winter
tend to establish the reports of tho
immense richness in tho Blue Stone
anil Kougarok country! il,,,l excellent reports come from the farther
norther Arctic districts.
Till,    rialiii
Will serve Hazelwood Ice Cream at 15
cents per ali.h. Strawberry or Vanilla,
75 cents per (juart delivered.     V.aiN.
'Phone, 303. '
Taylor Brothers of Toronto,manufacturers of paper and pressed
brick, have boon compelled to assign. The linn is one of tho host
known in Canada.
If you want the best coffee in town
call at Paulson Bros., corner of First
avenue und WaehinKton street, tf
Special for luncheon mid picnic pur-
ties, Armour's veal loaf, hum leaf,
chicken loaf, deviled ham and chicken,
devilled ham and tongue, diced beef,
boiled ham. I'auUon Ilios., First avenue and Washington Btreet. ft
A Weak Eye today
Weaker tomorrow,
Complete Loss of Vision.
If not. properly attended to at once.
1)1) Nor put off ono day longer,
(io lo WliCdtley. Hundreds can
testify to kissuperiority ua an optician, Kxunilnatlons I-'1 etui Scholield's
Jewelry store
Wheatley
I'm a-, within reach of all.
•vSSS' 3 THE EVENING WoRLt), RCtesLANd, &..C., JUNE t_& l$>i
••
The Evening World
By the,World.PubliBhlng;Company.
Putillshtal dally In Miuera' Union hall, Ross
Und. in the interest of organized labor in British
Columbia.
. liaateted at the Rossland, B. C. postoffice for
transmission through the mails, May i, 1901, as
second clans reading matter.
80BSCRIFTION RAT8B—Fifty cents per
month or |_k>o year, invariable in advance, Ad*
vt-tlsing .t-atn*, made known on   application.
Address all communications to Umes H
Fletcher, Manager, h O. box 558, Rossland, B. C
ARBITRATION.
When thinking people come to
consider how vitally the labor
question affects the whole community, it is probable that they
will step in'iind insistent a method
of adjudication which will prevent
strikes and lockouts. Rossland
people are well aware of how labor
matters are drifting in this camp
as the result of the difficulty at
Northport, and we fancy that
everyone here would gladly welcome some well-thought-out Beheme
which would prevent the repeated
occurrence of such a state of affairs.
A strike is always a wasteful
method of settling sucli disputes
but in every instance the general
public, and particularly the bnsi-
ness public, are affected nearly aB
much as the parties directly interested, No matter what industry
is involved tlie community as a
whole inevitably suffers loss and
damage from these protracted
struggles. The very fear of them
unsettles business and docs irri-
trievablo harm in many ways.
Can this state of things be prevented? The Toronto Globe thinks
it can, nnd in an article on the C.
P. R. strike now in force says in
part:
"The men strike because they
believe that in no other way can
they compel the employers to listen to them. Compulsory arbitration gives them another way. It
may, in a particular case, lead to
the defeat of the men; but they
must he heard; their demands cannot be put aside with a curt refusal. And when they are provided with an impartial tribunal
for the hearing uf their claims, a
refusal to ohey_the decision of tlie
tribunal would put public opinion
overwhelmingly against thorn. In
the case of a railway strike shippers and passengers are put to
grave inconvenience. They arc
naturally exasperated, but under
present conditions they dp not
know where to lay_the_blame. l'n-
der compulsory arbitration the
whole force of public opinion would
be directed against those who refused to obey the decision. And it
is idle to say they care nothing for
public opinion. The moment a.
strike occurs both parties are anxious to have their side of the case
presented to the public. Besides,
in the case of the men disobedience
would probably lead to withdrawal
of the sinews of war. Working-
men will support one another
cheerfully when they feel that they
are fighting against injustice; But
would they contribute towards the
support of men fighting against a
law framed for the special purpose
of giving them justice?"
Every word of the above extract
applies to the situation at North-
port today, and in all fairness to
the union men at the smelter it
should be carefully remembered
that at the outset of the trouble
they promptly asked for arbitration and were as promptly refusetl
by the manager.
It does not appear, therefore that
the employes have any question
involved which they are anxious
to conceal from tho public, to
whom they appeal for support.
Can the management say the
same?
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A large number of seats have already
been sold for the Wonderful War Scenes
presented by tbe London Waragraph
company at Miners' Union ball.
LASTED
SIX ROUNDS
Dal Hawkins the Victor in
Last Night's Contest—
A Good Fight.
Dal Hawkins, the Californian,
proved too much for Billy Arm-
strong^ last night at the opera
house in what was to have been a
twenty-round contest.
Armstrong mude a game fight
but in the sixth round he partly
turned his attention to a spectator
at the ring side who was nagging
him and his opponent did not fail
to take advantage of the incident.
He planted his left square on the
neck just below the ear, following
with a hard blow on the chin. The
assault proved too much for Armstrong who, after a game effort,
sank on the floor and was counted
out by Referee McArthur.
After the fight was over Armstrong complained that he had injured his left hand at the International last week and that after the
first three rounds of the fight it
was practically useless.'
There was a great audience at
the opera houBe but not much
money changed hands, although
odds were freely offered on Hawkins.
While both men were well received by the audience Armstrong
was the favorite with the crowd,
Who vigorously applauded his efforts.
In the preliminary bout Kid
Lee quickly settled Sam McKay,
the fight lasting just two minutes
and fifty-four seconds.
The main contest proved an interesting exhibition of scientific
boxing and was fought out fairly
and squarely.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
J. McNaughlon, Greenwood.
James McDougall, Trail.
C. N. Jones, Onondaga Mines.
R. T. Daniel, Spokane.
Mrs. Sterrett, Greenwood.
A. N. Paterson, city.
Mrs. W. D. Kendrick, city.
1). C. Johnson, Everett, Wash.
WINDSOR.
Joe Noel, Montreal.
E. L. Ireland, Montreal.
M, Oppenheimer, city.
J. J. Wilson, city.
S. E. Breinan, city.
Stanley Anthony, city.
Norman McLeod, city.
W. Forbes Grant, city.
NOTICE I
Mr, D. MacGowan, late of Calgary,
Alberta, has bought the Club Barber
aShoy from Jack Bluntish, and will be
pleased to have all old patrons of the
shop continue with him, tf
R. D. McMillan,
Merchant Tailor.
'PHONE 256.1
Columbia Ave. P. O. Blk.
I Ama
t
Amateur
\ Photo
Supplies at
Linton Bros.
j BOOK    STORE,
a No. 36 Columbia Avenue.
H. W. SIMPSON,
—Dealer in—
Groceries, Flour,
Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Mill Feed.
Second avenue.
V. & N. Phone 68
O.M. Fox & Co.
Grocers,
Teas and Coffees.   Crockery and Glassware.
Coliambia Avenue,
aiear Queen.
Rossland
The GRAND UNION HOTEL it is easily seen,
Is splendidly run by Proprietor Green;
Buy one glass of beer and a
free lunch you'll get,
Such as sometimes you've
heard of but not often seen;
Neat and clean furnished
rooms can always be had
At such low prices as will make
the workingman glad.
bcot. Ave.  Geo. H- Green, Prop.
Geo. Aernew & Co-
Dealers in Choice Family !Gro-
eeries, [Provisions, Ciockery,
Miners' Boots, Shirts, Overalls,
etc., Wa6oington street, north.
We expect shortly to move into
our large new store, adjoining
our present premised, 'when we
hope to see all our old'cuBtooiers
as well as many new ones	
Goods delivered to any part of
the city. |l'hone 191.
AGNEW & CO.
Mis. I.B...
More, Fro
prietretw ..
BEST MEALS IN TOWN.
CITY BAKERY,
A. T. BENNY, Ppoprietoh
All Kinds of Plain and Fancy
Bread, Cakes and Pies	
Specialties: Wedding  Cakes, Charlotte
RuBBe, Jellies, Etc.j
8 Washington St.      Delivered Daily
THOS. EMBLETON
* the West Le Roi avenue Grocer,
KEEPS   EVERYTHING
THE MINER WANTS TO EAT
Fancy and (staple Groceries and
Provisions at lowest prices.    Goods delivered to any part of the elty.
v. & N. Tel
IU. F.O. taox
89a. Oftlcc...
anal Yarals-
Third Ave-
nueandWasli
ingtou street
Op. Red Mt
Depot	
PORTO RICO
LUMBER CO.
LIMITED
Rough and Dressed
Lumber.Shingles,
Mouldings and A-l
White Pine Lumber Always in Stoek
Mill at I'orlo Ricaa Siding, Vaarals at
ROKsland and Nelson, lleaal aaflace at Nelson, 11. C. We carry a coin jjlele stock of
l oast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Pintail,
TurnedWoik. Sa-sliesand llators. Special
order work will receive prompt attention
Go to the fire sale if you want a cheap
suit of clothes. Everything at cost.
Heard & aShoults, the west end tailors.
Hello, boys, call around and see
Davidaon St Quiglny at their new place
of business, the "Queen," Columbia
avenue. .{
NOTICE.
Notice ia hereby given that we the ur.-
dersigued intend to apply at the next
titling of the Licensing Board of the
City of RosBland, for a license lo Bell
wines and liquors by retail, at the "Hotel
Germania,'' now under construction on
Lot (31), Block (20), in the Railway Addition to the Town, (now City) of Rossland, 13. C, opposite C. V. R. depot.
FRITZ HAMMAN
JOHNGIKS8.
Da'ed at Rossland. B. C, June 13th,
tool.  _^  tf
Naw Firm.
Morrish & Co.,  have bought out the
business of the Collins House and they
will be glad to see all of their friends at
heir p'ace of busines s tf
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_,    HAZELWOOD  ICE CREAM.    ♦
Tht!  Hon   Ton   will   serve
Ha.elwood  Ice Cream   at 15 J
cents per dish including t.ake.
strawberry   or   vanilla.      In
lmlk  76o  per   quart  at   the
♦ leading confectionery and ice
* cream parlors.   'Phone 234.
| THE   BON  TON.     m
j LOOK HERE!j
•     Talk  about getting   a  Good     ♦
f Meal, just try one nt the J
St. Charles Hotel
Kverythiuj. cimifbrtable nt tite
St. Charles. Coot) music hi thc
evening free. Gooit Wide,Whisky
aud Cigan\for   muiicy	
If You Don't Know
You Should Know
THE
HOFFMAN HOUSE
The Meals and Rooms are the Best
Harrv Mcintosh, Proprietor.
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EMPEY'S
6
Don't Forget j
The Great Cost Sale   \
Only a Few Days'More \
EMPEY'S |
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i Rossland Water & Light Co.,
EAST   COLUMBIA   AVE.   PHONE  67
JLLL KINDS OF ELECTRIC FIXTURES
SHADES, HEATERS AND ELECTRICAL .SUPPLIES   CARRIED IN STOCK.
Estimates for Wtrinu for Lights, etc.. Furnished
on Application at the ollice.
&  POWER! ALSO FURNISHED POR  SMALL MOTORS K
international Music Hall |
Week Commencing Monday, June 17. »
TheKlondikeTrio     1
The funny man
From Texas
Rosslanal'a Favorite comedian
A. B. BASCO,
Hattie and George Kirchner,
Presenting "My Trombone Man,"
Miss Mazie Bavis Hobbs, Fred Hobbs,
Edison Moving Pictures.
The International Liquor Store.
Choice Domestic [and Imported Wines and
Liquors at the Lowest Prices.
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Those wishing to buy desirable lots
inj any _ 01Q the Railway Additions, or
acreage near the | city, [Garden Lands,
Fruit Farms, Chicken Ranches, Etc., are
requested to call at our City Office.   fl%
We have some fine residence lots
which we offer at prices and terms none
can object to. ^ ^i ^ Come and let us
show you what we have to offer.
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jj Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway,*;
ft Cor. Third avenue and .Washington Bl. Opp. Rid Mt. Ry. ft
I Just Received.
Just Received a Fresh Consignment
of Armour's Pickled Pork, Bacon
Hams and Lard.
MORRISON & BRYENTON a******-**
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P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail.Sandon.Revelstoke-Green-
wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL  MARKETS   hossland, Trail,  Nelson, Ymir,  Kaslo,
Sandon, New Denver, Silverton, Cascade City, Grand Forks,
Greenwood,   Phoenix,  Midway, Camp   McKinney,
Revelstoke,  Ferguson and Vancouver.
Fish,   Game and   Poultry In Season,  Sausages of  All  Kinds.
WM. DONALD, Manager Rossland Branch
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G. W. McBRIDE,
Hardware, Miners' Supplies, Stoves,
* Ranges, Etc., Etc. •
X***************************** ***********************
WOOD
ceive prompt attention,
part of the city.
Washington Street,
Opposite Rank of Montreal.
1 have taki>n over the control ol the Re I Star Transfer Company's wood Inisinc-s and orders left, with
me at the old stand on  Washington etreet will re
Well sa-asoneal wood of all kinds delivered to tny
W, F. LINGLE.
"\
The Peooles Store,
CLi.FT'Oisr block:
Recently received a large consignment
Clothing   Missent on  December 28th,
and on  refusing to  accept  them they   .
were allowe a
40 Per  Cent Reduction
For which the customer will receive the benefit.
This is no Fake.      See the Goods. and
Prices marked and be Convinced. THEf-EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C, JUNE 19, 1901
GLASGOW FAIR
John J. Honeyman on the
Great Exposition.
A VERY INTERESTING SKETCH
The Progressive City of the Old Land
—General Outline of the Fxpo-
sition—Site and Buildings.
(Concluded from yesterday's issue.)
Having attempted to portray in
general terms the site and buildings of the Glasgow Exhibition allow me for a moment to deal with
the far more serious task of attempting to describe the exhibits.
I feel that were I asked to enumerate what w<is not there, and
what country or section of the globe
was not represented, I could handle
the subject in quite a masterly and
off-hand manner, as the words
"nothing" and "north and south
polei" would not be far off the
truth. On the other hand products
from all corners of the globe and
productions of ancient and modern
times have each their plaee in the
exhibition. Captured Boer Long
Toms and pom poms, are about as
well represented as armour and
spear heads from the field of Bannockburn, and Le Roi ore, as ladies,
hat pins from Japan.
In the large Industrial hall, and
what is known as the (Initial avenue leading from the Industrial hall
past the galleries to the Machinery
hall, nearly every nationality and
industry is represented in booths
often appropriate to the countary
they represent and the industry
displayed. The Indian display for
instance is housed in a booth of
most elaborately carved and
wrought sandelwood and many are
the articles and charming the variety of native beaten and land
wrought metal work, wood work,
and textile fabrics. At the commencement of the Grand* avenue
going west is a very complete and
interesting collection of ship models, apparently perfect to the minutest detail, and one is led to
wonder how many thousands of
pounds sterling must have been
sunk in reproducing in miniature
the products of one of Glasgow's*
leading industries.
But what impressed the writer
as the finest display he had ever
seen of its kind was the machinery
exhibits in the machinery hall and
the line arts as exhibited in the
gallerieB. With regard to the firBt
mentioned it would be hard to beat
the varied display of the most modern and up-to-dato machinery,
whether hydraulic, steam, or electric, or for mining, locomotion, or
productive industries, which is
there displayed. The large] steam
hammer weighing many tons is
there at work, as also the most delicate of match making machinery,
and four large locomotives with
tenders do not appear to obtrude
themselves more than they would
iu ono of our large London termini.
Again referring to the line art
collection, the writer has visited
the Dresden gallery which is supposed to contain one of the best collections of old makers in Europe
and is of priceless value, but the
Glasgow loan collection at the ex
hibition is unique in as much as it
contains old and modern masters,
numbers of which have been loaned
not only by the aristocracy of the
United Kingdom, hut from many
parts of Europe. Canvases from
the Iraish of Velasques and Rem-
brant are there, as likewise Milais,
Sir N.iel Patoiv Alma Tadeina and
many others equally celebrated too
numerous to mention. Lady Butler's well known "Scotland For
Ever," and Albert Moore!s beautiful figure paintings such as "A
Summer Night," and many a historical painting and landscape of
. priceless value may be si en for the
modest sum of one shilling admission to the exhibition grounds.
I was pleased to find that all our
colonies were well represented, and
that Canada alone had attained the
dignity of a separate building entirely devoted to her products.
Here was a most artistic display of
cereals in the form of a kiosk supposed to represent one of the towers
on the Ottawa parliament build-
intrs, which I am sorry to say I
was too denBe to recognise. There
is likewise a very good display of
Canadian timbers and fruit, as also labor-saving devices for agricul-
toral production. McClarey hardware and different lines of musical
instruments and furniture and
metal work had likewise a conspicuous place.
Canadian mineral exhibits along
with one or two other lines are located in the Industrial ball, and in
this connection I hope I may not
be considered presumptuous if I
venture to criticise the expediency
of splitting up the Canadian exhibit in this manner. Probably a luck
of floor space in the Canadian building is accountable for this splitting
up of the exhibits, but could this
not have been overcome? The general public who visit the Canadian
building will look in vain to (ind a
mineral exhibit there, and those
not directly interested in the subject, might easily suppose thai Canada is simply a farming and limber country. True, the Canadian
court in the Industrial hall has a
fairly good display of minerals, but
Australian court which is right
alongside, appears to have a more
attractive one, and one which arrests the attention easier, as there
is an enormous gold ball supposed
to represent the gold yield of Wos-
tralia displayed in such a manner
that one can't help but see it when
at the exhibition.
I made a point of looking up the
British Columbia mineral exhibit,
and here again I was woefully disappointed. The only two ores I
could indentify as coming from
British Columbia were a large
sample from the Le Roi antl another from the War Eagle; these
were plainly docketed. The rest
as far as I could see, were for the
most part simply numbered, and
without referring to the bulky exhibition catalogue which is the size
of a small dictionary, there appear:
ed to be nothing to indicate where
they came from. There certainly
seem to be some very nice samples
of silver, lead and copper smelting
ore, but unless one takes the trouble
lo look up the catalogue one is utterly at sea as to where they come
from, whether from British Columbia, Ontario or any other portion of
the Dominion. Had the provinces
in this section been separated antl
prominence given to such sub-division in large letters, and had the
ores themselves been clearly docketed so as to indentify the mine
from which they came, it appears
to me, who am but a layman in
such matters, that the Canadian
mineral exhibit would have
been more interesting instructive, and attractive than it is.
There is likewise a good exhibit of
coal, and what applies to metalliferous ores also applies to tho coal
exhibit altogether to a less degree,
ub we are informed what coal comes
from the Pacific Coast. Klondike
alone is an exception to these strictures, the exhibits from the Klondike country being set out in an interesting and intelligible manner;
I would suggest that it is not yet
too late to mend matters, nnd if
those most directly interested in
the mining industry of the province, who I presume are the mine
owners, managers, and promoters,
would take united action in the
matter there would be at least be
no insuperable difficulty in docketing the ore samples on exhibition
with the name of the mine and
province from which they are extracted. But what iB everybody's
becomes too often nobody's business, and it looks as if the ore exhibit would remain as it is till the
end of the exhibition.
So far I have not touched on
amusements and public entertainments held on the grounds. There
iB of course the ubiquitous switch
back railway without which an exhibition is incomplete, which goes
all day, iB always full, and rivals
the water chute already referred to
for popularity.    A daily program
of amusements is provided and one
or two military bands are in attendance every day. During my
stay a thousand guinea prize band
and the band of the Royal Engineers were in attendance, the latter
of which quite equalled Dan Godfrey's famous band which we had
the pleasure of listening to on the
Pacific Coast a couple of years ago.
In the large concert hall, one of
the exhibition building, a daily
orchestral concert is given each
evening to an audieno exceeding
4000 people. Tlie fact of its always
being packed is some criterion of
the merit of the performance,
There is likewise a shooting jungle
and an Indian Theatre when', for
the modest sum of six pence (1_
cents,) the snake charmer and Indian juggler can be seen performing marvellous, mysterious and
ghastly tricks.
The inner man is well provided
for, there being numerous tea rooms,
restaurants, roof gardens and bars
distributed all over the grounds,
where at all events those accustomed to our Canadian coinage, will
consider that the prices are exceedingly moderate. Quite one of the
gems of the exhibition is the pretty
little shades, built by Van Houten,
of cocoa fame, where the visitor can
go and get a comfortable seat, a
cup of cocoa, a biscuit, a Japanese
napkin and a sample tin of cocoa
all for a penny. " Let Glasgow
Flourish" is the civic motto, but
there is no necessity of having such
a motto for the exhibition. It is
already an assured success, both
ns an Industrial Exhibition and
from a financial point of view.
CANADIAN
UUaftaaUUaUai
SUMMER EXCURSIONS
From Kootenay common points
Pan American Exposition
Buffalo $76
June 18, July 2, 16 and August
6, 20, and Sept. 3, 17.
Ea'WORTH LEAGUE MEETING
San Francisco $50.
July I3, l.| and 15
Christum Endeavor Convention
Cincinnati $68.50
July 2 and 3
National Educational Association
Detroit $71.25
July 2 and 3
For Fursther Particulars apply to
A. C. McArthur, Depot Agt.
A. B. MACKENZIE, City Agt
Rossland, B. C.
J. S. CARTER, D, P. A.
Nelson, B.C.
E. |. Coyle A. G. P. A
Vancover. B, C
Rossland Hotel
J. Sjirtl-
miait, Prop
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
The
World Job
Oflice ....
I* prepared to
do all kinds ot
Book and
Commercial
Printing
RUBBER STAMPS
SEALS AND
RUBBER MARKING
GOODS
Special attention given to
work for organized labor
generally.
105-107
Columbia
Avenue
Rossland.
V. & N.
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Bigger Bargains Every Day During
Our Closing Out Sale... 	
We Still Have another Month before we leaving town,   Don't
fail to seoure some of our Great Snaps.
REMNANTS!    REMNATS!
this week all HftLF PRICE
AT   THE   LEADING   DRY   GOODS   STORE
Notice to".   Pre-Emptors   of : Crown
Lands.
Th« attention of pre-emptors rt Crown
lands is hereby called to an amendment
to the "Land Act," passed at the last
8ess;on Of the legislature, which provides
as follows, viz:—
"q. Pre-emptors of Crown land",
whether in arrears in payment of install
ments of purchase money or not, who at
the time of coming into force of this Act
have obtained certificates of improvement within twelve months thereafter,
shall on conforming with Ihe provisions
of the "Land Act" except as hereby
altered, be entitled to obtain Crown
grants of their pre emption claims upon
completing payments of purchase money
at the rate ol seventy live cents per acre,
and Crown Riant fees, which payments
may be made a<j follows:—
' Twenty-five cents per acre on or before the 3lst day oi December, iqoi.
"Twentv-Ove cents pet acre on or before the 36th day of June, ia-jo2, and thc
remaining—
"Twenty.Gve cents per acre on or be*
faire the 31st day of December, IQ02, and
without any further payment of interest
or arrears of interest."
W. S. tiORE,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works,
Lands and  Works Department, Victoria, li. 0., 1st June, 1901.
NOTICK.
"Canadian Continoknt E.xkmition
Aits."
All returned South African Volunteeis,
who have not already done so, are requested to communicate with Ihe under-
sinned without delay, as also the next ol
kin of those deceased, or of those who
have not yet return: d to British Columbia, or any other persons interested in
mining properties held by such Volunteers. Thc latest date possible for re
ceiving applications for exemption under
the above Acts will be tbe 1st July,
prox mo. m0HABD McllRIDK,
Minister of Mines,
Department of Mines,
Victoria,  B.,0.8rd June, 1901,
Spokane Falls & Northern
NELSON St FT. SHEPPARD RY.
Red Mountain Ry,
The only all-rail route between all points easi
west and south to Rossland, Nelson, and all intermediate points, connecting at Spokane with
the (ireat Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R,
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Ry. for Boundary Creek points.
Connects at Me vers Falls with stage daily for
Republic.
Buffet service on trains between Spokane and
Northport
EFFECTIVE MAY 5
Leave. Arrive.
g:oo a. m.        Spokane 7:35 p. m.
12:50 a. m.        Rossland,        4:10 p. m.
9:15 a. m. Nelson. 7:15 p. ni.
H. A. JACKSON,
General Passenger Agt,
Spokane, Wash.
H. P. BROWN,
Agenl, Rossland, R C.
The Strand
The most elegant and luxuriously
fitted bar in Canada. A fine
line of the	
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
You want a  Label  Cigar and you want
the best?   If that is so, try our
High Grade
Union  Cigars
We also handle a fine line of Im]
ported Cuban goods.
Tho Queen Cigar Store
CROW & MORP.IS, Piops.
Columbia  Avenue.
CENTRAL
MEAT  MARKET.
Fresh find Salt Meats", Fish Game,
1'oultrv and Ovsters.
G.   W.   KERR.
Wauhington street and First ave.
Alhambra Hotel
$1 a day and up.
Miners' Dinner Buckets a Speciality.
The best 25c meal in town.
The   Bar keeps only the Best Good*-.
NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS,
Kohhi.and-Vki.vct Mink Wacuion RoAD
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Ten-let
for Rossland-Velvet MineWagKonRoad,"
will be received by tho undersigned up to
and Including Thutsiliiy, tbe twentieth
instant fur the construction of a wagon
road from Rossland to the .Velvet Mine.
Plan, profile, specillcatiou and lorm of
contract may be seen on or after thc 7th
instant, at the ollice of John Kirkup,
Ksci., Government Agent, Rossland
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank chcaitic or certificate
of deposit,made payable to the undersigned, for the sum of thirteen hundred;
($1,3(10) dollars, as tecurity for the fulfilment of the contract, which shall be forfeited it the party tendering decline to
enter into contract when called upon to
do so, or if he fail to complete ttie work
contracted for. The cheques of unsuccessful tenalerers will be returned to
tln-m upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied and
figm-d with Ihe actual signatures of the
tenderers.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. S. CORK,
Oeputy Commissioner of
Lands St Works
LandB at Works Department,
Victoria, 11. C. 3rd June, 1901. 	
Get Your Papers
and magazines ut the Post illlce   New
Stand.   A full lino of stationery alway
on  hand.      Agency   for  the  Evbnino
World.
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EVERY smoker is on the look-out
for tobacco that smokes cool
and does not sting the tongue.
FLU
combines  these   qualities, besides   being
of fine aroma	
\
USX*" VIRGIN GOLD" IS UNION MADE. %
EACH PLUG BEARS THE BLUE LABEL.  •
tr
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Ask your dealer for it and refuse substitutes.
MSSOSSM
r'I.n ..■._! v't
THE BOOT AND SHOE WORKERS' UNION STAMP
Is used by THE J. D. KING CO., Limited, upon all
their manufacture of Boot* 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 ti. D. KING CO.'S
UNION MADE SHOES THJJ EVENING WaftLtt. HdSSLAND, B. <2„ JUNJ4 ,-,,, i9«f.
!5S
STOCK MARKETS
mmmm
MINOR   MENTION,
Business Continues Fairly
Active in Rossland.
AMERICAN BOY IS ON THE LIST
The Latest Sales and  Quotations
Here and on the Toronto Market
—No Change in Prices.
American Hoy, aSlooan property
of merit was added to the official
lint of the Rossland stock exchange
thin morning.
Sales were fairly g6od today, 15,-
000 shares representing this morning's transactions on the board.
There was no material change
in quotations today.
Appended will he found today's
quotations nnd sales here and in
Toronto.
Today'B Toronto Quotations.
Asked Bid
War Engle        21% 20
CentreStar        i\% HO
IronMask        20>. 2-H.J
Rambler-Cariboo        31 % 30
Giant  4 ?
California  5 3>a
Evening Star	
Republic        11 IO?,,
Payne        81 2*r>
Toronto Bales today included:
3000 Republic at lOJc, and 1125
Deer Trail at 2jc.
Today's Loral Quotations:
Asked      Bial
American Buy  *- I'/a
Athabasca f 4 00
li. C. Oolal Fields  3
Big Three  2i4 I
Blaa'la   Tail  IO 8
Brandon & Ga-ldeu Crown  3
California ,  5}fj 3)4
Canadian Gold  Fields  ly, 3
Cariboo (Camp Ma Kinney)  39 36
CentreStar  40 39
Crows Nest Pass Coal $8d 00   $Ho ajo
DeerTmil No. 2         3 21/.
Dundee     10
QvMlni Btar (Assess, paid)   4 2
Ciaut  3 2
llumeaatake (Assess, paid).  13^. 13
Iron Mask (Assess, paid)  ala 2jJ*..
lm    Colt...    r
IX I,  20
Indian Chiel (Spitzee)  t. 3
1 umbra  ro
.tog (Oro Denoro)         4A
Knob    111  fo -a
I.one P ne         (>!*i s
Wont      laaislo         3 1
Montreal a.old Fielals         3A 2
Morning Glory a         4"4 31/,
Morrison	
Mountain 1,1011  25 .t'/.
Hoble Five  h% 4A
North Star (Kast Kootenay)  70 50
Novelty  tY, y.
Old Ironsiales  85 75
Payne  31 27
Peoria Miuea  lj_
Princess M -nd  2 t)..
Sullp  27 23
ambler-Cariboo  31 J<      30),
Republic  12 10-4,
Ra>ssland Itonanxa ti. M. & S. Co. 4 3'/,
St. F.lmo Consolidated  5 3><
Sullivan  8)i       7!$
Tamarac (Kenneth) Assess, paid. 5
Tom Thumb  14A
Van Anda  2%
Virginia  3 2
War Kaiflr Consolialateai  22
Waterloo  tA
White Bear  AV,
Wluuijaeg  3},        2\
To lay's Sales:
Winnipeg, 1000, 1000'2^0, 20(0,
2.c; Houifstakt',2500, 13Jc; Uian.,
3000, 3c; American Hoy, 2000, 7 :,'c;
Black Tail,' 1000, 8jc; Rambler-
Cariboo, 1000, 31c, 1000, 80.0, 500,
[omitted yesterday] 31c. Total
sales, 15,000 shares.
J L. Whitney & Co.
MINING   BROKERS.
11. G. and Washington Stocks a specialty
47 Columbia avenue.
The Reddin-Jackson Co., Lld. Ly
ESTABLISHED 1806
STOCK BROKERS
Money Loaned on Real Instate at 12 pcr
annum on monthly payments.
R. Dalby Morkill is in Nelson today.
A. Rendall, Eholt, and E. N.
Jones, Waterloo, are in town.
James Wilks, Nelson, vice-preB-
ident of the Western Federation of
Miners, is in town.
The fight last night set local
men scrapping. Several encounters occurred but no great damage
was done.
W. H. Jeffcry, M. E. Kaslo, came
in this morning and left at 3 p.m.,
for tho Rathmullen mine, in the
Boundary.
D. MacGowan, formorly of Calgary, has purchased the Club barber shop on Washington street
from Jack Bluntish.
Ex-Governor Pingree died in
London yesterday from cancerous
affection of the intestines. He was
born in Maine in 1840.
Some of tbe merchants complain
that tho early closing bylaw is not
observed as it should be and they
ask the police to investigate.
The band concert and ice cream
social in aid of the Presbyterian
church, at the residence of Mrs. J
H. Good, corner of Washington
street and Fourth avenue, will
commence at 7  p.m., this evening.
Nothing has developed today
locally or on this section of the
Kootenay division of the C. P. R.
in connection with the' Trackmen's
strike.
Cinderella and other moving pic
tures drew good audiences at the
Guelph block yesterday afternoon
and evening, notwithstanding
counter attractions.
S. Thornton Langley is in Toronto trying to induce eastern
shareholders in Okanogan to reorganize the company.
The order of Eastern Star
hold a social this evening at
sonic hall. Members of tin
ternity are cordially invited.
Joseph    Goldsworthy   of  North
Washington street has   been   con
lined to his bed for   the   past   few
days with spring fever but  is   re
covering.
Percy Bunce, of the Would staff,
is in the Sisters' hospital with
fever.     He is improving steadily.
William Kelly was operated on
yesterday at the hospital for appendicitis. Dr. Kenning, assisted
by Drs. Campbell and Reddick,
performed the operation. Today
Kelly is as well as his physician
hoped for.
Dan Hand of the Josie was badly hurt about the head and hand
by falling down the mine shaft on
Saturday.
Mrs. J. J. Hand, who has been
ill for some time is slowly recovering. ^^^^^^^
Come and take advantage of the fire
sale. Everything at cosl. Heard &
Shoults, the West Knd Tailors. Old
Bt.-tnd.        	
tlnaaaaa-laaalal   I'aaraall aire.
Those desiring to purchaae bedroom
I BllittS and other household articles at
I Hiuull cost will do well to call ut the residence of Kev. W. Tj Kt.-u-khouse, First
avenue, any afternoon this week, fl-1 8-.
Brushes
will
Ma-
fra-
Riehard  Plewman
Stock   Broker
Hank of Montreal limldiiio
V. aV N. Phone 8.
ORDE & CO.,
Mining Stocks, Real
Estate, Fire Life and
Accident Insurance	
No. 46 Columbia Ave. Telephone 61
T«I.KPHONKS:{   "fXLe 23,
CHAS. E. BENN,
Stocks, Mines, & Real Estate
Bougst ana Sold on Commission
1. o. <>. r,
in the list.if 1. (>. 0. K., Grand
Lodge officers given yesterday William Hogg, Vancouver, and A
Graham, Viotoria. should liayi
been designated as Grand Master
and Deputy-Grand Master rsBpec
tively, and Thomas Taylor, of
Trout Lake, ns Grand Marshal.
New Westminster was chosen as
the next place of meeting of Grand
Lodge.
The order has a membership in
British Columbia of li.'.OO.
eeee
Did it ever strike you how much
Brushes have to do with your
Comfort, Style and Appearance
A good Bhnvlng or tooth brush
from which the HAIRS WILL
NOT COME OUT, adds much
to your comfort, while well
brushed 'hair and clothes add
much to your appearance. Our
stock of brushes of all kinds is
very lnrge, well selected and of
the best qualitv. If you want a
brush of any kind, try us.
I The Crescent Dry Goods 6o. ffl
H .mporters and Retail Dealers of Dry Goods, Etc.
Goodeve   Bros?.,
Druggists and .Stationers.
It pays to deal with Goodeve Bros.
BOceans of Notions!
To be found in our Smallware Department^ r~|
Every line represented in large quantities ||,
o
Wool Mendings per skein So       I B ]
Silk Mendings per skein $c.       )lM
Embroidery Hoops  ioe, 15c and 25c        _r"w
IT SMELLS
OF FRAUD
Milling Company's Affairs
Being Judicially Investigated in Toronto.
Toronto, June 19.—The Mastcr-
in-Ordinary is investigating the
affairs of the Trill Milling and
Manufacturing company. In 1897
its lease was was valued at $447,-
219. It is now said fo be worthless. In adjourning the investigation the Master-in-Ordinary said:
"It is certainly startling that
promoters should be allowed to
come here from the United States,
secure incorporation under Canadian laws, and in five years tha
whole thing is exploded and nothing is left for the creditors. If any
creditor or shareholder or the liquidator will assist, I will make a
thorough and exhaustive search into this affair, 'which looks and
smells of fraud. 1 will make this
a shocking example, so that others
will not come here for the same
purpose."
Hello, Hartley,  box ot  Blrawuerrlee
'Phone 171, V.& N.
CiuderilU, Colored, Queen's Funeral
and other pictures at (juelph Block.      tf
The freshest fi-n ts in season
at Paulson Uros
always
tf
BEAT HER
OWN RECORD
The Deutschland's Great
Ocean Trip—The Time
and Distance.
Plymouth, June 19.—The Hamburg-American line steamer Deuts-
chland arrived here at 8:50 a.m.,
having beaten her own speed record.
She covered .'1082 miles in live days,
eleven hours, fifty-one minutes, at
an average speed of 28.38, against
23.86 her previous record.
Collis & Co.,fur line commercial print
ing    Coll up 'phone 88. tf
Hello, Hartley, box of Btraavl-erries.
Phone 171, V. at N.
Just received a conal|<ninent of tho
latest designs in wall paper at I-'. W
Pretty's. tf
WHAT  ll.NII III.I. BAYS.
Tht,  Uenttrsal   Manager on   llaa*
Trackmen'*   St rl la,-.
Call at tbe Palm and enjoy a dish of
Hazelwood Ice Cream. Strawberry car
Vanilla, 1.1 cents per dish. tf
The B. C. E. Messenger company delivers parcels and massages promptly.
Hither 'phone, 127. tf
l-'ie.liionable dressmaking, tailor-made
suits a specialty. All work guaranteed
Mrs. Foote. Over Ward dr. McKay's
grocery.
Montreal 1 June 19.—Mr. Mc-
Nicoll, general manager of the
Canadian Pacific Railway, states
that, it's he anticipated, many of
the men in Ontario have returned to
work, and applicants for employment are plentiful. In Quebec only a small per centage of the men
went out, and the company have
given them till today to return
without losing their standmg. In
Manitoba and the Kootenays there
is praotioftlly no strike.
Cinderella, Colored and Queen's
neral at Guelph Block.
WANTED—A good, smart boy,
i ply, Hunter Bros,
Fu-
tf
Ap-
Pins,  2 for Be, 5c and 100
Safety Pins per card 5c
I lat Pins, per doz, 5c
Hair Pins * 4 Uoxcb for 5c
Hair Pins two boxen for 5c
Hair Pins per box Tie
Hair pins per box 10c
J.one Hair Pins per doz. 150
Hone Hair Pins per doz. 25c, 35c and jllc
Black Toilet Pins per card 5c
Curling Tongs 5c ioc and 15c
Kid Curlers er-, ioc and 15c
Wire Curlers 5c, Jioc and 15c
Knitting Needles    per set 5c
Corticelli Tape (, yards for 5c
India Tape four bunches for 5c
Feather stitched llraid six yards for ioc
Pocket books   5c and up
Hair Combs ioc and up
Hair Brush.s 25c and up
Side Combs ioc and up
Silk Cords  2 yards for 5c
Cushion Cords 7C) 10c and 15c
Silk Spools, Crochet Silks, Etc.
B. & A.Crochet Twist per spool 5c
Bi & A. Crochet Twist  two spools for 15c
Corticelli Crochet aSilk per spool 2oe
Peerless Knitting Silk per spool 2;c
B. a.t A. Filo Embroidery— .. .two skeins for 50
Belding's Embroidery Silks six skeins for 25c
Silko Crochet Cord four spools for 250
Crochet Cords per spool 5c
Knitting Cottons per spool 5c
Lace Cushion Tops 15c, 251: anal 35c
Cushion Tops from 35c and np Ml J
Petroleum Ji-lly pcr Bottle 5c WCM
Dress Shield) per pair ioc Jf Jj
Hooks and Eyes 6 doz for so [JM
I laioks and Eyes, patent 4 doz for 5c U*J
Basting Cotton 2 spools (or 5c ^=*
Baby Rltibons ie per yd, 2 for 50 anil up II
Whalebone Slicks each 5c 111
Handkerchiefs 5c, 6 for 2*;c J£ J
Handkerchiefs foe, 3 for 25c JO<
Handkerchiefs 15c, 2 for 25c ttZM
' Handkerchiefs 20c, 3 for i;o'3 and up JT ¥
No. 5 Ribbons, all colors 3 yds for 10c [jM
No, 9 Ribbons per yd 511 wi
No. 16 Ribbons per yd ioc ft-i
Special lines ol Ribbons, wide widths, silk R J
and satins 20c and 25c I I
Veilings, special 15c anal 25c JTW
Children's Bibs ioc and up w ■«
Writing Pads each toe p^.
Pom Poms per doz 15c and 20c L^J
Fancy Neck Frilling ner yd 25c \Vji
Fancy EUstics were 35c, for 25c Jflf
Val. Laces    per do?. 15c and up lV|
Wash Veils  eachijc W^W
Kid Gloves  75c and up &=w
Beauty Pins 2 for 5c Rl
Leather Belt*, each 25c III
'1 racing   Wheels 5c and loe )vJ
Battenburg Threads anal Braids. _r*
^The Crescent Dry Goods Co.,
Ltd.
HEINZE IS
REFUSED
A Helena Judge's Sarcastic Remark oyer His
Surety Company.
The International Correspondence Schools
Offers your choice ot,76 Different Courses of Study.
285,000  Stiidenls and Graduates.     Teaching under 71 d (Terent flags.
LALONDE BLOCK,*
C. HEB HBAUGH, MANAGER
Local Oflice:
CALL AND SEE   ME
Helena, .Tune 19.—Commissioner
of Deeds, Cory, of New York, was
recently appointed by the court
here totake testimony on the titiali-
flcations of the Dele-ware Surety
company, which essayed to go oh
F. Aug Heinae's bond for 1860,000.
He made his report to the court
today. Believing that the company's bond would he rejected, he-
cause of the failure to show that it
possessed anything but a inline,
Heinze deposited $;!.r)0,(KK) in a
Bullc^bank to the credit of his
agent. He asked the court to accept this. The judges, however,
ordered that Heinze deposit the
money with the clerk of the court
by June 21 or cease operations.
In issuing the order the jiialga-s
made some sarcastic remarks cun-
oerning the manner in which
Heinze had acted in tin- matter,
Chief Justice Brantly expressed him-
self in favor <>f reviving the injunction and stopping llcin/c from operating the mines under any eir-
ourastances,
Call at V. \V.  Pretty's aud see their
wall paper at 11 cents per tingle roll,   tf
When yilU want a inesseiiKcr hoy call
197, either 'phone. tf
A car of Boulter's canned gJods Jml
arrived at Paulson Bros. tf
The
World Job
Office ....
Is prepared to
do all kinds ot
Book and
Commercial
Printing
RU.BBfitt STAMPS
SEALS AND
RUBBER MARKING
GOODS
Special attention given to
work for organized labor
generally.
NOTIOE TO CONTRACTORS,
Wall Paper and PalnU.
Sa-a- Daniels and Chainhcrs for thc
latest designs in wall paper and the
best quality of paiuts. Phoue V. & N
182. tf.
Rossland Cigar Factory.
Why not patronize a homo in-
dutsry? It will assist Union labor
and keep the money at home. Ask
for a Crown Grant or W. B. Cigar
when you buy.
NOTICE.
Don't be misled.   We will not show in
Opera Hou'e or any   h.-i'l   this trip, hut
will continue at Gu l;i'i Ul-ck one week
longer,
EUROPEAN ENTERTAINMENT CO.
KaiMKi.ANii-Viii.vK-r Mini WAfiaoH Road.
Scaled Tenders, superscribed "Tcii'ler
f.ir U'isslanil Velvet MineWaguonUoad,"
will be received lay the undersigned up lo
and inclualing Thulsday, thc twentieth
instant fairlhe construction of a wagon
road from Rossland to Ihe Velvet Mine.
Plan, profile, specification and lorin ol
contract may he seen on or aller the 7th
instant, at lhe   ollice   ol John  Kirkup,
Ksq., Government Agent, Rossland
Kacb tender must be accompanied by
an accepted hank cheque or eertilla-ate
of deposit,made payable to the undersigned, (or the sum of thirteen hundred;
(11,800) dollars, bs tecurity for iIih fulfil-
ment of the contract, which Bhall be forfeited il thu parly tendering decline to
enter into contract when called upon to
do so, or if he fail to complete tlie work
contracted for. Tne cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to
tilt 111 upon the excculinnof the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out nn the forms supplied and
signed with the actual signatures of the
tenderers.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. 8. GORE,
Deputy Commissioner of
Lands a. Works
Lands & Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, 3rd June, 1901,
WMWil
WE   KNOW
all About drug! and n great deal tilioit proprle-
tary racdtrtuu-  while we eas not prescribe for
you we will fill ymir doctor's prescript ou Irum
the l>evt material! nt the lowest price, or wc can
give you candid anil reliable advice about medicines.   You cumuil go wCOUg if you  come to tUJ
R,
Drug Go.
ossland LJrug
Phone 185       P, O. Box 568
Traders Block, Queen .ind Columbia avenue
1^      4\      1?     HKATI.RNAI.    0!*D1<R   OF
1 •   * f*    Vj, K-AGl.KS,    Rowland   Aerie,
No, io, Regular meeting! ev*ry Thursday even*
IngV 8 p. U, Hagtea HaM, Miners' iimou Dl«'g.
Titos. Fuimaurice, w. P.
II, Daniel, W. Secretary
Ii i 4 1 T Independent Order ofOood
• \ Itlli 1 • 'IVmplaiH meet! cveiy
Tiimsdiiy Rvenlngin odd Fellows Hall, Queen
sinct Membera of the order vUtttug tllt' »**ty
wsll be t-oxlinlly welcomed,
o. J. U, t,.\Nl{, W. II, CREITZ,
C I. Secretary.
I.O.O.F.
Ma-,-1*. ill Odd   1'a'lluWK   Hull
ou Quesn  Street, baBlweejl
rf r«t and sra-oiiai avenues.    Regular meetings
alia tl  Maiaialiay laia-llt-
W.8. Murphy, Sw, M. Iltllilrraon, N (1
Spokane Falls & Northern
NELSON & FT. SHEPPARD RY.
Red Mountain Ry,
The ouly nil-rail route btlweeu all jaoints east
\va*st taual kouIIi to Roiaslaual, Nelson, anil all iu-
lonuediate jiolntaa, connecting at Suokaue with
Ilia- Greet Northern, NoriheTn Pacific anal O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at ltofislanal with the Cauadian Pacific Ry. for Boundary Creek points.
Connects at Mevers Falls with stage alaily lor
Rejaublic.
llull'et Beivice ou trains between Spokane anal
Northport.
EFFECTIVE MAY 5
Leave. Arrive,
g.oo a. in.        Spokane 7:35 p.m.
12:50 a.m.       Hossland.        4:10 p.m.
(1:15 a. m. Nelson. 7:15 p. m,
H. A. JACKSON,
Grueral Passenger Agt,
Spokane, Waih,
H. P. BROWN,
Agent, RMBlaud, n c.

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