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THE   EVENING   WORLD
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Vol. I, No.*^
ROSSLAND, B. C„ THURSDAY. AUGUST 15, 1901.
Price Five Cents.
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SHOES
nf .Brockton, Muss.
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come and see the goods
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Magistrate Finds Him Guilty of Assault.
i TWO MONTHS AT HARD LABOR
ICO. LALONDE
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P. BURNS & CO.
WHOLESALE   MARKETS
Rossland, Nelson, Trail,Sandon,Revelstoke,Green-
wood, Grand Forks and Vancouver.
RETAIL  MARKETS—Kossland, 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 ot  All Kinds.
WM. DONALD, Manager Rossland Branch
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IS SELLING OUT AT   COST POR 82
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IFOR CASH ONLY!
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Now is the time to purchase a supply of Groceries at cheap prices.
Morrison & Bryenton
Alliaiiubra Hotel
$1 a day and up.
Free Lunch from'11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
nu.i. ni' ia in*::
Hail. Roast Boef,   Mashed Potatoes
Pork nml Beans,     Clam Chowder
Hot Clam Chowder served day or night
BEER 5c A GLASS.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
"Haverhill and Bnnbeam Fraction,'1
Mineral Claims, situate in tlie Trail
Creek Mining Division of West Kooteuay
District.
Where located: About two miles
50111 h of Roaaland, B. 0.
Take notice, lliat. I, l'\ A. Wilkin, act-
Inn .ih agent lm Thomas Lapalic, (ree
miner's reitifii ntn No. B 55Sl.ll, intend,
tisly dayi from the date hereof, to npply
11 the mining recorder for a ceniiicate
of improvements, (or the purpose of ob-
t.iiniiic a crown trant ol the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
tinder secti n 3", must bfl commenced
Lefl re the issuance of such certificate ot
Improvements,
D.itBd this4lh diiy of July, A. D„ lflOi.
V. A. WILKIN.
II. VV. SIMPSON,
—Dealer in—
Groceries, Flour
Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Mill Feed.
Second avenue. V. & N. Phone 68
Certificate of Improvements.
O. M. Fox & Co.
Grocers,
olumbia A.*, i ue, ROSSlaild
war Quta i. iwawwaau
Cliff No. i, Fractional Mineral Claim
situate in lhe Trail Crick  Mining  Div
isioe of West, Kootenay District,
Where located; On Red Mountain,
n'irtli of and adjoining the Cliff Mineral
Claim.
Take noiiee that I, I". A. Wilkin, act-
ing as agant for H. Daniel, free mlner'a
Ci-rtlflcat, No, ll U67*, K. A. Chambers,
free miner's cerilfloate, No, ll 4_u7:-i and
Hector McPherson, free miner's cer-
lifieale, No, B 55778, intend, sixty dayi
from the date hereof, to applv to the
mining recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a crown grant of the above claim,
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the imiance of such certificate of
Improvement,
Dated this 4 th day of July, A, D,, io' 1,
K. A. WILKIN.
Wall Paper and Faints.
See Daniels and Chambers (or   the
atest designs   in   vail   paper   and   Ihe
best quality oi paii.ts.   Phoni V. & N
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The Court BeUeves the Complainant
and Disbelieves the Accused -
No Fine imposed.
The police court wus packed .this
morning by an eager crowd, anxious lo hear the trial of the Colis-
tro assault wise preferred by Jos-
ph Horn. Not only wan the body
of the room crowded, but the doors
and the windows were also filled
all during the session. Hon. T.
M. Daly conducted the piosecu-
tion and A. H. MaeNeill K. C. defended Colistro.
'I'll.* Assaulted Mini.
Josheph Horn was the first witness called. He detailed his arrival here on last Saturday afternoon
on the train from Northport. He
said that Colistro was on the train
and when he got out on the plat-
fcr-Jl Colistro said to the crowd
there "Here is the scab from North-
port" and the crowd j or red at him
and called him scab and other
names and swore at him.
The witness described his visit
to the C. P. R. station and down
through the town up to the timo
he arrived at the telephone office.
Muring all this time Horn sa
was followed by a erowiTjone'
whom was Colistro. who kept on
calling him scab and other names,
Some one of the crowd said, ''we'll
take the boy into the circus and
make money out of him" and the
witness, added, he was frightened
at what was done. He called up
the B. A. C. oflice and asked for
protection. William Thompson
the assistant general manager of
the Le Roi came down ond after
some explanation took hiin up to
the B. A. C. offices. No one called
him names after Mr. Thompson
came, but pome of the crowd followed them both up to the offices
along the street.
A I ilial   HaioHti'l*.
To Mr. MaeNeill' Horn said he
had known Colistro only from the
7th of August, and had seen hiin
twice before the row on the 10th of
August, Horn admitted playing
cards at the International Music
Hall for money, and after some
hesitation said that he had been
paid for his card playing by "tho
game" and had been engaged as a
"booster" in fact. "And now,"
said Mr. MaeNeill "you are being
paid for boosting the Le Roi game."
At this thc crowd roared and the
police magistrate ordered the court
to be cleared, which was at once
done.
Mr. MaeNeill went over the
slory told hy tho witness iu chief,
and succeeded in getting him to
contradict some of his previous
evidence. Horn said that he saw
sonic one with brass buttons at the
station and along the street and he
thought they were policemen, but
he never asked them for protection
or appealed to them in any way.
No Strike un.
Horn said there was no strike in
Northport so far as he knew. The
men were discharged, he said, by
the company and he was working
for just as high wages as the union
men got, $3 a day, so that he did
not think he was a scab. Colistro
did not hurt him when he pulled
his coat.
Or. Sinclair'. Story.
Dr. Sinclair testified, after mak
ing some preliminary remarks.that
he saw Horn, Colistro, Beamish
and some others on the Washington street bridge on Saturday afternoon. He heard a chorus of "Here
comes the scab," but did not observe anything that was done. Mr.
MaeNeill asked na questions.
Miss Kopkey, of the telephone
office explained about Horn's calling up the Le Roi office and waiting until Mr. Thompson arrived
and took him away. "He seemed
scared," said the lady, "and was
crying or looked as if he wanted to."
Tlie Amaiiitaut Manager.
William Thompson, assistant
mftiager of the Le Roi, told of his
cotjiing down to the telephone
onroe on Saturday to help Horn
out There was a crowd about the
place, of some 30 or more men and
boys, but he had no difficulty
getting into the office. Horn seemed badly frightened and he took
him up to the company's office.
No one shouted at them on the
way, but some four or five men
followed them right up to the B. A.
C. offices.
To Mr. MaeNeill the witness said
he had not known Horn previously.
That he was not armed on Saturday, and did not make a practice of carrying firearms in Rossland.
John Y. Cole was called but gave
no material evidence. This closed
the case for the prosecution at ten
minutes to twelve.
For (he Defeni'e.
For the defence Mr. MaeNeill
called W. L. McDonald, who said
he was at tbe station on Saturday
afternoon and saw the usual crowd
there. He hMILI llitJrilistro, whom
be knew, looking for some one.
He also saw Horn. He, Rupert
Buhner and some others, including
Colistro, went down town along the
west side of Washington street to
the Allan house corner. They did
not go over to the C. P. R. station.
Horn was on the other side of the
street, about a block or so ahead.
The witness did not hear any
shouting or calling of names.
When they came to the Allan
house corner Colistro said he wanted to see Horn or some one else,
and left the party to go after Horn,
who was going down towards the
bridge. He did not know what
happened after that, as he, Bulmer
and some others went west along
Columbia avenue.
Frank Woodside testified that
he wan secretary of the Miners'
union and was at the railway station on Saturday afternoon. He
bad got word from Northport that
some of tbe gang who had tried to
get the union men into quarrels
and lights at tho smelter town recently, were coming up on the afternoon (rain and he went up
specially to prevent any union
men from breaking the peace. The
union men knew how the game
was played, which was to get some
of the spotters to stir up trouhle
and cause a fight and then got the
union men blamed for it.
He had not known Horn previously and Horn was not pointed
out to him on Saturday by Colistro
or anyone else, nor did he hear
anyone say at the station "here
conies the scab." He talked with
Horn and asked him if he had
been scabbing down at Northport,
and found out who he was. He
walked with Horn, side by side,
over to the C. P. R. station, but
did not go inside. He addressed
Horn as "scab" because he was
one. He told him he could go lo
Trail by the stage if he wanted to
but did not tell him he must leave
town or in..any way threaten him.
He went down the east side of
Washington street with Horn and
to one enquirer who asked 'what
was up" he said "Oh! nothing only
just a scab herc he is;"    He did
not search or attempt to lay hands
on Horn nor did he see or know
of any one who did. He left the
party when Columbia avenue was
reached and went up to the hall.
Colistro was not one of the party
who came down with Horn from
the railway station to Columbia
avenue. A "scab" was a man who
took a striker's place at work. He
would not like to be called a scab
personally by any one. There
were lisls of scabs in the hall.
Union men kept some track of
Scabs from cam)) to camp as these
men tried to join the unions at
times. He knew that Horn had
got into the telephone office hut
when he inquired what bad become of him later in the afternoon
was told that another scab had
come along and taken him   away.
Rupert Bulmer, president of the
miners union corroborated the evidence given by W. L. McDonald
and in reply to Mr. Daly testified
as to the existence of the miners
union and the Western Federation
of Miners.
The court adjourned at 1.15 until 2.30 o'clock.
After lunch Colistro,the accused,
was called on his own behalf, but
his story has to be held over for
the present.
Mr. MaeNeill said that all the
evidence for the defence was now
in and that the case was narrowed
down to a meeting by the accused
at the Red Mountain station and
a subsequent meeting on the Washington street bridge a little later.
Counsel referred to the injunction
proceedings in force at Northport,
and said that Colistro was afraid to
talk to Horn, or the Italian Horn
WiiiTwith at iVorthport, and what
look place in Rossland later so far
as Colistro was concerned was only
a continuation of the conversation
at the Smelter town. No evidence
had been given of any kind which
implicated Colistro, except Horn's
story, and all that Horn proved
was that Colistro had taken hold
of his coat once. So far as tin
union was concerned the officers
had only tried to prevent troubl
which they believed was being attempted to be put on them.
Mr. Duly then addressed the
court ainl.pressed for a conviction.
The magistrate said:
"The only conflict of evidence as
to whether an assault took place
at the Red Mountain Btation and
on tin* Washington street bridgi
is between tlie stories of Colistro
anal the complainant, I believo
the story of the oomplainant. I
do not believo Colistro's slorv. 1
think (lie whole matter was a most
disgraceful exhibition and reflects
against all those who were engaged in il."
"1 lhink,"saiil the magistrate, addressing Colistro, "thatyou are the
real cause of all thiB trouble, and
you must he punished for it. The
sentence of the court is that you be
confined in the jail at Nelson with
hard labor   for   the   spin f two
months."
Mr.    MaeNeill:      "There   is   an
alternative, the prisoner has a right
to pay a fine of $20."
Tlie magistrate: "I think not,
the law is clear. It is I who have
the alternative, you can set me
right 011 appeal if I am   wrong."
The charge against Thomas
Beamish were further adjourned
until tomorrow morning al 10
o'clock no evidence being taken today.
After the trial was over Mr
NacNeill said that an appeal from
the magistrate's decision would at
once be made,
EXTENSION LOSS
Government Making Thorough Investigation.
INQUEST OVER QUINN S DEATH
Sale of the British Columbian Iron
Works -Bridge Over the Fraser
River Above Ashcroft,
Vancouver, Aug. 15.—Arrangements are still pending for the
sale of the British Columbian Iron
Works plant to the Albion Iron
Works of Victoria. The deal will
aggregate nearly $100,000.
The new bridge to cross Frazer
river above Ashcroft for the accommodation of Cariboo people, according to a statement of Hon. W.
C. Wells here today. Chief government engineer Gamble and expert Waddell, who is in charge of
the Westminster bridge, left today
to make an inspection. Mr. Wells
said today that the Great Northern,
Canadian Pacific and some other
railway would be given the right-
of way over the bridge. The (ireat
Northern is expected to build into
Vancouver from South Westminster on completion of the bridge.
American fishery authorities last
night seized a Canadian fishing
boat in American waters.
Tlie provincial Epworth League
convention opened   hero yesterday.
The New Vancouver Coal com-
piuiy have decided temporarily to
close down No. 1 and Protection
lslund shafts.
The inquest concerning the death
of Quinn, lire boss at -No. a Extension, has been postponed one
week in order to further investigate the matter. The cause of the
explosion is slill a mystery, but
the theory is advanced that tool
thieves, who have stolen a number
of miners' Implements of late, may
be responsible. Quinn's body was
nut badly burned and the authorities do not believe the explosion
was due to his carelessness.
Government Inspector Morgan
is making a thorough inquiry. Tlie
mine is being flooded to extinguish
the lire and several months must
elapse before it can be pumped out
ami worked again,
LOCOMOTIVE
FIREMEN
Books in Good Shape-Over
$550,000 Paid Out in
Benefit Claims.
Peoria, Aug. 16.—The grand
hoard of trustees of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen has
completed the task of auditing the
books of F. H. Sargent, grand
master, and K. W. Arnold, grand
secretary-treasurer of tbe order.
The affairs of the order were found
lobe in excellent shape, The receipts for the fiscal year were
$715,550: disbursements, 1668,065.
There was paid out during tin-
year on death and disability claims
$553,150.
sir William Laird Dmd.
Glasgow, Aug. 15.—Sir William
Laird, the iron master, is dead. He
was horn in  1830.
Hour f'aillllUHnilHtlt li.ml
Magersfontein, Orange River
Colony, Aug. 15.—Commandant
Pretorius, who was recently shot
through the eye is dead.
Merchant Da_d,
Halifax, Aug 15.—-James a i.ea-
iiian, a prominent merchant, is
dead, aged liO years. THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND,  B. C, AUGUST
1901
The Evening World
By the World^Fubllablug Company.
Published da lly in Miners' Onion hall, Ross
lanil, in the interest olor.anizeal labor in llntis
Columbia.
Rntered nl the Roaaland, B, c. poslofllce fo;
lrau.suiia.siam through the malls, May 1,1901, as
second clans reading matter.
SUIHCKIl'TION RATB8—Fifty cents pet
mouth or JMoo year. Invariable in advance, Aai
ve-tising   rains innale known ou  applicallou
Flelxher, Manager,']?' 0.'boi_58, Rossland, B, C
THE CANADA'S CUP.
Captain Jarvis and the Invader
have succeeded in re-capturing the
Canada's oup at Chicago nnd the
next buttle fur tlie championship
uf tlie great lakes will be sailed under Canadian management in old
Ontario's blue waters. Jarvis is
probably the best amateur sailor
ir America today. Sonic years*
ago in order to thoroughly muster
the details of the "sport of kings"
he joined the crew of n Bailing
vessel as an able seaman and for
two years Bailed around the world
before the mast. He now holds a
mate's certificate and is in every
sense a must praotical sailor. During thc last races for the America's
cup off New York, Mr. Jarvis represented the Toronto (Ilobe and
his description of tlie races and
criticism of both boats were quite
the best and most readable of any
published.
It was unfortunate that one of
tbe three races awarded the Invader should have been won 011 11
foul, but Captain Jarvis ditl not
claim the advantage and had lm
been allowed to, under the rules
governing the contest, would have
sailed tlie race on its merits. Canadians have the additional joy of
knowing that tbeir boat not only
defeated tbe cup representative but
also tbe Milwaukee, the boat which
so keenly contested with thc Cadillac the honor of defending the
cup.
Now that the cup is ours once
more it is to be hoped that the
Royal Canadian Yacht club of
Toronto, the custodian of the
trophy will bo able to make good
the boast "What we have we'll
hold."
who is swelled by bis own fancied
importance set about it to crush
out the smeltermen's union, not
from any difference about wages or
hours, but just from pure cussed-
ness. He discharged nil union
men and started in to operate witli
non-union men but lias only been
able to operate one furnace spasmodically, and that bus been
"frozen" eighteen limes since May
20 at an estimated cost of $10,000.
Maodonald has tried every means
to induce the union men lo commit violence, Imt it in said to the
credit of President Shed and the
members of tlie smeltermen's union, his efforts in this direction
have been barren of results. Mac-
donald's hir d thugs have, on the
contrary, time and again violated
the law.—Pueblo Courier.
Australia is pending $5,000,000
per annum on a navy, or ahout
lhe amount of Canada's yearly
outlay for the maintenance of her
two orphans, Mackenzie & Mann.—
Telegram.
"Mere guesswork" is what Mr.
Archibald Blue calls the press
estimates of the census returns.
There arc people who apply the
sume name to Mr. Blue's whole
process of taking tlie census of 11101.
—Telegram.
rn
he Strand
The most elegant ami luxuriously
fitted bar in Canada. A fine
line ol tho	
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
PORTO RICO
LUMBER CO.
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Rough and Dressed
Lumber.Shingles,
Mouldings and A-1
White Pine Lumber Always in Stoek
Mill nt Porto Rico silting, Yards nt
Roaaland nnd N<-ls<m. Head office at noi-
hoii, B.C, Wecarry a complete stock ot
<:iirtst Flooring, Ceiliny, Inside Finish,
TnrnedWork- sashesand imar*. Bpecial
order work, will receive prompt attention
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Rossland Hotel
'   Fineft Wines, i.iqtiore and Cigars
The
World Job
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a prepared to
do all kinds ol
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UNITED SHOWS
Will Exhibit
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'.\  (ireut Show."
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
It is complained that the labor
unions are endeavoring to compel
men not in the unions to join
them, nnd thai this compulsion ia
without justification. Perhaps it
is. But the methods of the trusts
are entirely similar, and the labor
unions are only following an example that they find necessary in
the circumstances, lo their preservation, The truBts compel similar
establishments to merge their interests, under penalty of ruin. It
"freezes out" those that refuse. If
the trust is justified in its methods
ot combination and means of enforcing it, labor is justified in its
efforts to unionize the workers of
tbe mills.—Oregonian.
Anyone who fancies plain speaking should rend The People, of
Unite, formerly the Reveille, Here
is an extract from the last issue:
"For law villainy and Imbecility,
for absolute hick of honor and
honesty, for unblushing advocacy
of corruption, for prostitution of
mind and conscience, for utter
evil degredation we challenge, any
one to produce a newspaper in the
■world that can compare with the
Helena Record."
This is' what the Topeka Daily
Journal of June 14, said of the performances of Sells & (iray's United
Shows, which are to be duplicated
in Kossland on Tuesday next.
•'The big tents were literally
packed with people, and it may he
said, to start with, that everybody
was delighted with tho performance There were new and novel
features that caught the crowd immediately. A hand concert preceded the performance in thc big
tent, which was a treat for music
lovers. The ring performance introduced the Earl Sisters, in thrilling aerial feats: the Tybells in
evolutions on the lofty ladder; the
six Eddys, whose acrobatic feats
were wonderful; Miss Edna, a
beautiful and daring performer,
and many other famous in the
ring, not to speak of the clowns,
who kept the people in a roar of
laughter from the opening tournament to the hippodrome races.
Altogether, the performance is a
kaleidoscope of marvelous feats and
funny acts, and beyond doubt is
one of the best ever seen in this
city."
This coming from such a reputable paper as the Topeka Journal
assures the people of tlie excellence
of Sells & Gray's. Show, and their
tents will certainly be packed at
thc two performances at the ball
grounds next   Tuesday,  Aug. 20th.
Talk   about getting   a   Good i
Meal, just li y one nt tne *
St. Charles Hotel f
BWerytliluK comfortable  at the ♦
St. Claaailais.    Good  music  in   Llac *
ea'eaiiiiK free, (luaial Wine,Whisky *
ond Ci_nrsfoi  money  *
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RUBBER STAMPS
SEALS AND
RUB HER MARKING
GOODS
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Special attention given to
work for organized labor
generally.
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$3,000   IN PRIZES   $3,000
Grand Labor Day
Celebration	
AT GREENWOOD, B. C.
Monday, Sept. 2,1901.
Drilling Contest, Athletic Sports, Firemen's
Tournament, Horse Racing, Grand Industrial  Parade. jjft__3_gf qgg igg__a>jt -^ jgag__gg jgg jg_l
The Midway Brass Band Will Be in Attendance.
Special Excursion Rates from All Points in Kootenay.
R. W, Jakes, Mayor,
Chair. Executive Com.
M H* Kane, Duncan Ross,
Cliair. lien Omn. Secietnry
^mstrnmsiMsmmam
ONE DAY ONLY
Afternoon and Evening
Rossland, Tuesday, Aug. 20
20 Clowns
The funniest you
ever saw. Keep
lhe people in a
constant uproar.
No cirous would
lie complete with
nut the famous
EDDY...
FAMILY
the greatest acknowledged acrobats the world
has ever known.
Miss Edna
Staitled all Europe with her
wonderful feats
on horseback.
She is the only
lady rider in
Amen ea who
can turn a som-
ersaul t w h il e
riding bareback.
Magnificent
ARENIC
Attraotions
Read What the Papers Say
Snvaunah N'iws, April 7. 1901- "Tho per*
fhriuauce nt Sells -Sl Cray's shows was rx-
celleut arul every act inlerestii :g,
Montgomery   Advert sit.   April   11,   1901—
"Sells & Gray's performances wore attended
by in'K crowds; everybody delighted."
Birmingham Age-Herald, April 83—"Great
crowds enjoyed Sells tt (iniy's two performances yesterday. 'I''"* tents were packed
nnd everybody was pleaded."
The Three
Tybells
in their aeriel
performances,
have a reputation dial is
world-wide.
Chariot
Races
thai remind one
of   the   famous
lien Hur.
The greatest aggregation of
Animals
ever seen under
one tent. Bring
aii the hoys and
girls and let
them See the animals that have
been gathered
from all quarters of tlie globe.
Free Street Parade at 10 a.in.--Performance Afternoon and Evening
E. J. SELLS and J. L. CRAY, Proprietors.
S5n
The Tj-ades and Labor congress
of Canada meets in the oily of
Brantford, Out., on Sept 17th.
The affiliated bodies have now before them the notices to select delegates; and lhe importance of tho
approaching congress should be
the stimulus to enable as many
western organizations as possible
to send delegates.
A jack it-napes by the name of
Mticdunnlil, manager of the Le
Roi smelter at  Northport, Wash.,
TAKEYOURIMEALS
IN A COOL PLACE.
THE
Hoffman House
Is the Spot.   Everything First-
Class and Quick Service
at the
HOFFMAN HOUSE.
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 .is sometimes you've
heard of but not often met;
Neat and clean furnished
rooms can always be had
At such low prices as will make
the workingman glad.
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At. junction of Whipsaw Creek and Similkameen River,
at the foot of Copper and Kennedy mountains, famous for
their enormous showings of Copper and Hold ores, nine miles
above Princeton. Copperfleld is the natural Smeller City
and mining center for lliis distriet and south to tlie international boundary. Several hundred horse power is already
developed in Whipsaw Creek. Large Smelter Site reserved.
Coal (Toppings and exposures under and surrounding town-
site and negotiations are pending for exploitation of adjoining
coal measures to the west. Mr. Curtis has gone to supervise
the platting of lots and will reserve for Rossland 'purchasers
exclusively a number of the best lots on the business nnd
residential streets. First choice to those lirst applying and
paying a deposit to the undersigned. Prices $65, $*ri*ri and $.10
for lots on business BtreotB, and $80 and $25 for lots on residential streets. A limited number only ivill lie sold al these
prices. Terms—one-half cash, balance in six months. The
big boom in (he Upper Similkameen mining country is lie-
ginning.   Why not bo in it?
COPPERFIELD TOWNSITE CO.,
C. E. GILLAN, Agent, Rossland, B. C.
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Geo. H< Green, Prop
| Rossland Water & Light Co., i*
EAST   COLUMBIA   AVE.   PHONE   67
(A-ltli KINDS OF ELECTRIC FIXTURES ^
SHADES, HEATERS AND ELECTRIC-
AL.[SUPPLIES   CARRIED IN STOCK.
J. L. WHITNEY & CO.,
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Mines
Mininq Stocks,
Real Estate.
mtwm*aaas—aa—an; Mara.—rraa, am aai aaimaaa lai aa—Maammmmwmm-'
Standard Stocks Bought and Sold.
V. & N. Telephone 118       Columbia and Queen
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NOTICE!
Estimates for Wtring for Lights, etc., Furnished
on Application (it  the alike.
POWER ALSO FURNISHEDJ FOR   SMALL MOTORS
TO any customers who patronized us *'jj
all the time while they have been *
at work, and especially to those with ,
families, we beg In announce that wo will J
trust tbem lo all the goods thay may
need during the strike and will wait for the
until they start to work again and be able
pay. To those who need other stuff, such a
Groceries, etc., which wc do not carry, und can
not get credit elsewhere, we will give them or
ders, on which they can get all they want ni
our account until the trouble is all settled
This is a bona tide offer, which fact can be read'
ily proven when occasion  makes it  necessary
pay
to
THE PEOPLES' STORE
CLIFTON  CORNER.
.11. BANNETT, THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C, AUGUST 15, 1901
WILL ARBITRATE
Proposed Measure Now Before Parliament.
SOME DETAILS OF THE BILL
[litigation   between     the smelting
I company a iid the  union.   Sunday
I afternoon he met a  number of the
business men at Savage's hall and
'discussed wilh  them  the situation
involved   in   the   injunction  proceedings instituted by the smelling
company   against   its   former employes and   citizens  in general.—
Northport News.
Practica'ly Compulsory Arbitration
—What Is Included Under the
Head of labor Disputes.
'What 18 practically a compulsory arbitration law has been introduced into tlie imperial house
of commons by Mr. Richard Hell,
the British railwayineii's representative in parliament, says the Inland Sentinel. This measure is
confined to disputes between railway companies in the United
Kingdom and workmen employed
by them, but it is framed along the
lines ot the New Zealand act, and
there is no reason why it should
not be made applicable to all industrial disputes.
The court of arbitration is to
consist of three members, one appointed by each party to the dispute and 11 third by the two other
members. If either party fails to
appoint a member of the court
within a week of being required in
writing by the other party to do
so, or if the two members appointed by the parties fail to appoint
the third member within one week
of their appointment, the president
of the Hoard of Trade may make
the appointment.
For the purposes Of the act the
expression "industrial dispute" includes a dispute with regard to any
of the following matters:
(a) Remuneration of persons
employed.
(b) Hours of employment and
conditions of employment.
(!!) Dismissal of or refusal
to employ any person   or   persons.
(d) Employment of persons who
are not members of a trade  union.
(e) Any custom or usage of industry.
It is hard to say, of course, what
the fate of this hill will be, bat it
certainly indicates the trend of
public opinion in tireat Britain,
and it may be the precursor of a
government measure having for its
object the compulsory settlement
of all industrial disputes.
For Sale —Cash register cheap
Wm. Hartley, phone V. and N
171. tf.
Father Pat.
Rev. H. Irwin, of Fairview, better known as "Father Pat," paid
a mysterious visit to Princeton
this week. It is reported he was
trying to find a low pass between
Fairview nml Princeton for the
G, S. M. & Q. lly. He therefore
traveled incognito, as he did not
wish the government offioials to discover his identity.
INVADER
THE VICTOR
R. C. Y. C. Boat Wins Back
Canada's   Cup - Yacht
Well Handled.
The Invader, thc Royal Canadian Yacht club challenger of Toronto, which has successfully recaptured the Canada's cup from
the Chicago Yacht club, was built
at Oakville, Ont., by Captain Andrews.
The crew consisted of Aemelius
JarviSj skipper, and Willian Fisher
and F. A. Turner, all of Toronto.
There was not much betting on
the race, although Chicago men in
some instances laid $100 to $80 on
the Cadillac.
The crew of the Invader at practice reefed in two minutes and set
the spinnaker in 24 seconds.
We still have some limburger,
Swiss, and monetary cheese left
Paulson Bros. tf.
Wanted—to rent a four room cottage with water. Must be close
in.    Apply at this office. tf.
True to unionism, encouraging
your cause, helping your friends
and saving money at the same
time. You can only accomplish
by buying your clothing, shoes, etc.,
at the- Peoples' Store, Clifton Block.
B. Bannett.
The Oenver Attorney.
Mr. Murphy of Denver, Col., attorney for the Western Federation
of Miners, arrived at Noiilipoit
last week to take charge of pending
WE ARE NOT
GOING OUT OFBUSINESS
But are here to stay with our
customers riglit through the
strike. We are now located in
our laree new store, which is
tilled from top to bottom with
the choicest	
Groceries and Provisions
that money can buy. New goods
constantly arriving. PRICES
ARE RIGHT. Goods delivered
lo any part ol the city	
AGNEW'S BLOCK,
Cor Washington SI. h»<I 3rd ti\e,    Phone ni
AGNEW a. CO.
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First Annual
Labor Day
v Celebration
H      PHOENIX, B. 6.      (jj
MM0NDAY,$EPT.2,1901K
I $3,000 in Prizes I
(il       Horse Races.Foot Races, Tug of War, Double      (jf)
JLI       Hand Drilling Contests, Football Match,  Etc.      LI
I A BITFIELD DAfOF SPORTS $
L^J    For further particulars addraes J.  M. TAYLOR. Sec. Cotnmit'ee    L^
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CANADIAN
DIRECT ROUTE,
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TORONTO
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SEATTLE
PORTLAND
SAN FRANCISCO
IMPERIAL LIMITED
100 HOURS
VANCOUVER TO MONTREAL
Steamship service from Vancouver, Skagway, Hawaii, Australia,
China and Japan.
For Furslher Particulars apply to
A. C. McArthur, Depot Agt.
A. B. MACKENZIE, City Agt
Rossland, B. C.
J. S. CARTER, U. P. A.
Nelson, B.C.
E. |. Coyle A. G. P. A,
Vancover. B. C
Labor Union Directory.
Offiicers and Meetings.
TRADES AND LABOR
COUNCIL—Meets every second and fourth Tuesday in
each month at 7.30 P. M, in
Miners' Union Hall. President, Arthur Ferris. Address all communications to
Secretary-Treasurer, P. O.
box 784.
MINERS' UNION No. tf,
Western Federation A
miners—meets every Wednesday evening at 7.30, p.
m. in Miners' Union Hall.,
Frank Woodside, Secretary
Rupert  Bulmer,  President.
WESTERN FEDERATION
OF MINERS-Edward Boyce
president,Denver.Colorado;
James Wilkes, vice-president, Nelson, British Columbia; Wm. C. Haywood,
secretary-treasurer, Denver,
Col.; Executive Board,[ohn
C. Williams, Grass Valley,
Cal.; Phillip Bowden,Butte,
Mont,; Thos. B. Sullivan,
Leadville, Col.; John Kelly,
Burke, Idaho; Chas. H.
Moyer, Lead City,.S. Dakota; James A. Baker, Slocan
City, B. C.
DISTRICT UNION no. 6,
W, F. M.- Jas. Wilkes, Pres.
Nelson; Rupert Bulmer,vice-
president, Rossland; Alfred
Parr, secretary-treasurer,
Ymir.
ROSSLAND   FEDERAL
Labor Union No. 19. Meets
every Monday evening at
aS:oo in Miners' Union hall.
T II. Reed, Pres., J. V. Ingram, Sec.
TYPOGRAPHICAL      UNION  No. 335,—Meets on the
last Sunday of each month
at the  Miners' Union Hall.
H Barkdoll,    Sec;     Win.
Poole, Presid
CARPENTERS   &    JOIN-
ERb   UNION—meets every
■ Friday of each week at 7.
30 p. m. in   Miners'  Union
Hall.   W. H. Wooley.Pres.;
W. R. Baker, Sec,
PAINTERS' UNION, No.
123, painters and decorators
of America.meets inBeatty's
Hall, on second and foprth
Tuesday of each month. R.
C. Arthur, Pres.; W. S.
Murphy, Sec.
JOURNEYMEN TAILORS
Union of America. Meets
first Monday in each month
in Miners' Union hall. S.
Graham president, L. A.
Fairclough secretary, P. O.
box 314.
NEWSBOYS'UNION, No 3
—meet in Miners' Union
Hall on the first and third
Saturdays of each month,
at 9 a. m. Mike Guydotti,
Pres.
SUBSCRIBE
=FOR THE:
{EVENING,,
WORLD
It is the Official Organ of Organized   Labor   throughout
the Kootenays  and  no
home    is   complete
without it.
50 - Cents - 50
PER MONTH
is the price asked, this surely
being within the reach of all.
THOSE  WHO  DO  ADVERTISING
Should not forget that the only way
to reach the People is through
the columns of the
Evening World
l!lli™_ai!_§l^llj!JW^
JOB  WORK.
In this branch of our business we do
everything   from a visiting card
to a three-sheet poster.
WE ALSO MAKE
RUBBER - STAMPS - AND - SEALS
llWallllMllllWllW^P.KX^
Give Us a Call THE EVENING WORLD, ROSSLAND, B. C, AUGUST 15. rgci.
STOCK MARKET
Business Improving on the
Local Exchange.
MANY SALES THIS MORNING
Spitzee  Sale   Recorded   Today-
Seven Stocks Dealt in—Latest
Sales and Quotations.
There were a good number of
transactions on the local
stock exchange this morning, business appears to lie brightening up
again.
A sale of the Spit/.ee at $4.50
was recorded and in all seven stocks
w«we <Jea.lt in and 9900 shares were
sold.
Appended will be found today's
quotations and sales here and in
Toronto.
MINOR   MENTION.
Today's Toronto Quotations.
Asked
Hid
12
CentreStar        ^1
83
Iron Mask        IS
14
Kambler-Carihoo        411
42
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Fishing parties in Rossland
now-a-days are thicker than blueberries. Tlie market is not glutted,
however.
A number of Rossland residents
are enjoying a picnic in the vicinity of thc Evening Star mine today.
Mrs. Dandrum has closed the
Victoria dining room for the present.
William Super will leave tomorrow morning for the Lardeau
district where he has secured a lucrative position.
George Green, proprietor of die
Grand Union hoiel will leave today for Seattle, he will be gone
about ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). McDonald
and family, who have resided in
Rossland for several months, left
yesterday for Grand Forks where
they expect to reside in future.
Miss Josie Macdonald, who has
been teaching music hero since
arriving, accompanied the other
members of the family and will
pursue her profession in here new
homo, She is possessed of excellent talent as a musician and Grand
Forks is a decided gainer by her
presence.
An tone Sorrenson left today for
Eholt, where he goes to work at tho
B, C. mine.
Miss Belle Brisky, who for some
time has been residing with her
sister Mrs. Beam, left for her home
in Old Mission, Wash., today.
passengers on the   R.   &■   0,   boat
which arrived here this'morniug.
While the   party, were at dinner
last night a thief broke  into  their j
cabin stole   a   jewelry   case   con-j
taining   $1000 worth  of jewelry
No clue.
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
KOOTENAY,
(!. A. Mitchell, city.
A. X. Paterson,"city.
Miss George Calhoun,   I'lioenix.
Miss     Ya|    Hunt,    Greenwood.
T. James and Wife, Halcyon,
A. O. Mesker, Midway.
i'at O'Hooligan, Greenwood.
Rozrs!  Razor Strops
Shaving Brushes!
Shaving Mugs!
A large varety; best finality ; Kl.inal-
aiM English  .'mil  American makes,
Genuine Witch Hazel, Toilet Waters
and Shaving Creams.
Lime Juice in  American quarts
Wl ca nis ai Paulson liros,
only
Goodeve   Bros.
Druggists and Stationers.
_£ VilNPHONE   52 COL* PHONE  17   =3
1      i a R^pp      i
c *$•   XT*   IV vL*t 3
P      Successor to the Grocery Dipt, of ER.pey Bros-       |
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jf" "iiur-    "" "mf ' "™ —a
1     DO YOU WANT TO EAT THE BEST?     1
IE .    .  ~,     3
m-z If so call on inc.    Vou will  lind excellent dainties in  Uro- =^
C= ceries and,Cooked Meats, suitable for hincheB during tlie  hoi _5
**cz weather.   I carry a full assortment of Fruit and  Vegetables; _3S
sZC. also Spring ChiokeiiB for broiling.   Stoek iB freBh and clean. CZ£
miimiiiiiiimimimiimimmmiiiiiiimmii
Tanglefoot,
Insect Powder,
Fly Poison Pads,
Insect Powder Guns,
Buhach Insect Powder,
Heating's Insect Powder,
AT THE
Hossland Drug Cc
losslana urug
Phone 185      P. O. Bor 568
Toronto sales today included:
GOOO Deer Trail at 2Jc, 1000 North
Star at 66_0.
"   ' ' Traders Block,
Today's Local Quotationa:
Aiked      Bid
an Boy        8
Athabasca $ 4 00
B. C. Gold Fields         .1
Big Three         2«
Black Tail       >o!_       9),'
Brandon & Golden Crowu        3
California        li -I
Canadian Gold Fields         iA       4'A
Cariboo (Camp McKinney)       an a.s s
CentreStar       35 .1'
Ciows Nest Pass Coal $,Tb 00   JJ6a axa
Dc-rTiaiiNo.«     3      ta for Old Mission whore he win join „,._ adjoining
Kvtningsiar'l'Assess!piiai)'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 5 Mrs. Patterson.    Thev  will  reside claim.
Giant    a'.i 2   \                          .                          . Take nol ice.that I,  F. A. Wilkin, act-
Homestake(ASieas. paid)  3 ,   ! for the future 111 the country 111 the Inn-us am-nt for   8     I      Willisana   free
Iron Mask (Assess, paid)  ao is'A 7            .                                        ,", anpas Bgcni lur   r.   i..    vt uii.una   iru.
iro* coit      i |hope that by proper care, light^x- miner's certificate No. U420.70, A. B.
Spitzee'Gold Mines'!!!.''.!'..".'.'..) 5 <»   f 4 5°
{jkeVlt pays to deal with Goodeve Hros
K.OFP.
KOSSLAND r.OUGH No  :i.
k. ol H , meets every Frldny
1.1L.I1L Hi *•>'" Idi'k ill  Oil.l   KellnwV.   llfill,   QlivtiU
dtreut.   Visllliiu brotlietfl nre ulwuys welcome
i I a tt i* \- Mac 1 in, C. C.
PKUCTKR JOINRK,   K. ol I., aiut S
1/     i \      1/    HRATMRNAT,   nxm.R   Ol-
1 •    * /•     l!i.   I.ACil.KA,     Ros&.Rud    Aeik-,
Nn. 10, Hi gulttr uieeUiiBS < vi ry Thtirndav even
ugs, S p. ill, Kagtes Hflfi, Mi tiers1 Union Bldg.
TIioh. Fit /man rice, W. 1*.
II, iiiiiiit'l, W. Reoielftiy,
Ii \ i s HP Independent Order ol Goo*.
• \ "t" >• I • Templars meeta everj
Thursday Kveniug.n Lite Lecture Room of tlie
liaptist ohnrch Members of iiie order vUltiug
the i^Ity will be cordially welcomed,
O. J. B, LANl., W. 11. CRKITZ,
C. I. Secretaiy.
I(\   (\   U      Meets in Odd   Fellows Hall
• v/«V/«JL   •    on   Qticen    Street,   between
| l-'iist and  Seco-ri avenues.      Regular mfeti;
«uch Monday night.    Visiting brothers nre i
dially luvlted to a'
Fust and  Seeo'd avenues.      Regular meeting
g brothers aie ror
attend and legtster within y
I tl.'IVS.
Queen aud Columbia avenue j    Wtd* Murphy, Sec, M. 11 Bridiilord. N. G
ALL   KINDS   OF   DRY
W00O
W. F. LINGLE
Ollice ni City Bakery
Phone 'l I'.i.
The Eveni nar World
>Oc per Month by Carrier.
Cliff Hotel Bar
W. Columbia avenue.
Rossland Cigar Factory.
Finest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars.
IMPORTED  GOODS A SPECIALTY
Albert Thompson, Prop.
Why not patronize a home in-
diitsiy? It will assist Union labor
and keep tbe money at home. Ask
for n Crown Grant or \V. 15. Cigar
when you buy.
Collis & Co.,for line commercial piint
iujil   Coll up 'phone 88. If
Certificate of improvements.
NOTICK.
"Gritnii" mineral claim situate in the
Nar Patterson, of the Queen cigar     ,._
,    ,      , •,,.., , i Trail Creek Mining Division  of   \Ve6t i er.
store, who has been ill for the past  Kootenay Disirict. \R
I three ivcrlrs lift on the  noon train !    Where locat.il—at tlie base of Granile
.., .  .      mountain on tlie  east   slope,  north   of c5J&S
WU1 join ■ Mllj  adjoining   the     Trenton    mineral   ££?££
ng (OroDenoro)..
in tubo
ling
Knob    Ul
.tone P ne	
Monte Christo	
Montreal Gold Fields	
Morning Glory	
Morrison	
Mountain Lion	
Noble Five ,
North Star (Kast Kootenay}..
Novelty	
Old Ironsides	
Payne	
Peoria Mines	
Princess M'nd	
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Kalilblei-Carlboo	
Republic	
Nuvaluml Bonanza G. M. ta. B. Co.
Ut. Kttno CullNolialateil	
bullivan	
I'atmUIti. (KcTimlli) Aabcas. paial.
Tolb Thumb	
Van Anda	
Virginia	
War la.auIr CailiMall.liala-,1	
Watrrloo	
Whilr Hear	
Winnipeg 	
Today's Hales:
Spitzee Gold Minea, 10(1, $4.60.
Winnipeg, 101)0, 1000, 1000, 1000,
2000.31)0, 1000, 8fo; Black Tail,
500, 10c; Sullivan, 1000, Sic;
Noble Five, 500, !Jic; Centra' Star,
300, 32|c; Tanmrac, 500. 2o. Total sales, 9900 shares.
hope that bv proper care,  light ...
". , ,,      Mnekcn/.ie free  ininer's eeriilumte No.
ercise, and plenty of green corn Mr. ij4_,7,.0, n. A..Mackenzie free mine.'d
Patterson may be able lo thorough-'ceitilieato No. 1143,384, inti*nd, si_iy
. tlayn from the date  hereof,  lo apply lo
lv recover.
Wanted to buy spring chickens.
Address Box 57li. 3-t
ll,a* nial Slory.
the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
improvements, for lhe purpose of ob
taln'nu a Crown Grant lor Ihe above
claim.
And further take notice that action
under section 37 muet he commenced
before the issuance of 6ucli Certilieate of
Improvements.
Dated this 18th dayjjl July AD. 1901. | gg
..WHERE..
:*wa
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MORGAN? I
ti^ti
M
H| iiiiiisiiiijiiiiiiiiip B
h
F. A. WILKIN.
Raspberry Vinegar in   English  pinls,
only .la cents,1 bottle at Paulson liros.
Gel Your Papsra    ■
and magazines al tlie Huatolllre    New
(Stand.   A full line of   stationery  alway
on  hand.      Agency   for  the  EviNIira
WoKi.u
NOTICE.
I
Notice is  hereby  given that Munlo
Macdouaial,   of the cily of
in the   Province  ol Hrilinb
bourn afterwards.
J L. Whitney & Co.
MINING   BROKERS.
II. U. and Washington Stocks a specialty
47 Columbia avenue.
ESTABLISHED 1806
The Reddin-Jackson Co.
lalialt-ad.   X.l-a.'bUlty
STOCK BROKERS
Money Loaned on  Real Estate.
Tweed, Ont. Aug. 15.—The
thirteen year old daughter of W.
V. Graham yesteid.iv secured possession of her brothers ride. Pointing it at her four  year old  sister,  M^nf" . Maedoimiil,   of lhe city of
0 - ' * Rosslund,  in lhe   Province  ol Hrilisb , -&«vi,
she exclaimed.    "Look bow  broth-1 Columbia, heretofore trading and carry-. JJ^p^__f
er (ires bis gun," and  pulled the I'"*.0'1 b,"sinl7\"'"'n Jn li-''1" ,"afe SsfQ
h ■ and style,    MirdonBld St Co , as dealer JlS_r
trigger.    The bullet lodged  in   the in candies, etc., by a deed of assignment U/jia
liulo ,.,.^'a ai.,.,1- „„,l ul,o ,i;u.l „ fn«. f°r 'be benefit uf creditors, bearing date  KW_t
little one B neck and she died a few mh u.iy of Ju,    m  made in  pursu-' J_g£
ance of the  "Creditor's   Trust  Deeds fjrag}
Act,"      and    Amending     Arte,      has
gr.nted   and    assigned   to   Henry Ed-1
waid   Arthur  Couitnev,    of   Rossland j
aforesaid, barrister at law, all his per-
Bona! estate, credits and   effects which j »j,j
mig.it be seized under execution and all  Jj_<
his real eslate, in trust to pay tl.e credit    —:
ora of the Bald Muralo Mackenzie  Mac-].*,}'
donaid,  rateably   hjuI   proportionately I jK
theri just debts.
The said deed  was   executed   hy the'
said Munlo Mackenzie  Maodonald, as-'
Fears Are Entertained for signor, and the said Henry Edward Ar-!
I thur Cnurlney, trustee, on the 17th  day)
tho Qnfotu nf tho PovnA      ol July, 1901, and the eaid trustee has,
me aareiy 01 me rayne   Undertaken tlie trust created i.y said!
Mine Buildings. j    All' persons  or   co-i orations  havlngl
claims against the saial Murdo Mackenzie Macdonald must forwaid ami deliver the same lothe saial tnislic, with particular*! thereof duly verified 011 orbefore
the 19th dav ail Auguat, 1001.
After the 19th day of .A11.11-1 1001, the
AJ illl O A II is a now t;owu on t5l° railway now under construe-   ^sji
tion  from  Marcus   to   Grand  Forks,   Republic
Midway and Pnoenix.
MORGAN
is situated on Kettle  River,   half way between
Marcus and Cascade.
i
p
BUSH FIRES
AT SANDON
I MORGAN
is an ideal townsite in that it has a large mining
district and a big agricultural, stock and  fruit
raising country tributary to it.
m
m
i
MORGAN
has no rivals and will bo  the largest  town  between Spokane and Grand Forks.
WrM
I,
MORGAN
Sandon, Aug. 16,—HiibIi fires are
burning the Payne train and fears
are entertained for   the safety of »aid imstee »iii proceed "to distribute
is tho shipping point 101* the great First Thought
mine, which is developed by 1900 feet of tunnels   UM$
and shafts, and has over $1,000,000 worth of ore in sight. S5&!
rm
the assets ol the siial eslate among the  J/faU
the mine buildings, rho tram is a [putles entitled thereto, having regard I WES
three-rail surface tram iriOt) feet only to the claims of which he shsll rt3_fl
, . I then have had notice. i VStS
long and cost in the   ncighlmrli I      And furlher lake notice that a ineetins   fj^
ni t'Ci,     His   not   known   yet '"'' t!l(-' s""' ' led.lora will be held  111 the  nfarn
, . ,       , ,,, ,     I ollice of the undersiiineil on 1'riday the I JtSfjS
bow serious the   damage will be.' 2nd day of August, 1001, al 10 o'clock GmQ
All the mine force and a gang from a,jP'  !_?•$)]
, ,    ,, , Dated at Rossland,  B. C, this 17th' JjSyS?
town   have  heen   engaged   all dav day of July, 1001. sKKJ
CE. GILLAN, ijSg
■Mr
MORGAN
is the headquarters for the Pierre Lake and Flat
Creek mining districts which contain more partially developed mines and prospects showing bodies of sulphide
ores averaging ovor $10 a ton than any similar area in the northwest
Richard  Plewman
Stock   Broker
Bank of Montreal Building
Jul 18-11110
Solicitor (or trustee,    1 «j>)r_r
uti' a East Columbia ave.  £4M_
Hossland, 11. 0,
V. St N. Phone 8a
fighting the fire. The lower terminals, ore house and lower tram
connecting with the C. P. It. track
arc considered safe, but tbe damage
^r;,,:^,;;:;:,/;;:: -SSjSpokane Mb*Northern §§f .
All the Payne buildings and tramway property arc covered by insurance.
A heavy   bush   lire is doing ter-
., ,      , , .     1 .       ,     I    Tlie only nllrall route between all pajinlB easa
rihle destruction  to   timher  111 the  (feat and•oalhloBonlaud, Nelua, aad all la-
,   , ,      ,        , .       ., ,   , ,1 termcaJiHte points, connecting: at Spokane will
neighborhood     of     sproule 9   and  thaQrnt Northern, HonhtrB pacific anal o. k
Twelve Mile on the  K. ct S. rail-i
way.
Morgan Will Be Another Rossland
NELSON & FT. SHEPPARD RY.
Red Mountain Ry,
1 torincaliiate points, connecting at Spokane* wilh
tJic ('.real Northern, Koriham Pacifii
Si N. Co.
Connects at Roatlaual avilti the Canadintl  Pacific Ry. for Ooumlary Creek point*.
Connect! nt Mevera Falla with stage 'lnily for
Republic,
, ,,  , ,       Buffet servico ou trains between '.cjaaaWane aual
\\ ANTBDl—All kllldB     Of   SeCOlld    Northport.:
fm. s—m r-m m*-       t.      *f-\ At-nL       luuid goods.  Call at store room op-
QJ 111 [__)*—    C^   Ww»» poolte Morrison & Bryenton'e,     if
Mining Stooks, Real
Estate, Fire Life and
Aooident Insurance	
A    lliilal,, 1 y.
(Quebec, Aug.   15.—A   Mr.   McDonald, contractor of New  York,
136 Col. Ave., Opal block. Telephone 61J with his sister snd daughter were
EFFECTIVE MAY c
Leave.
g:oo a. m.
13:35 a. in.
g:i5 a. in.
LOTS
FROM
25 to $250
LOTS
Arrive.
Spokane 7:35 p. m.
Rossland.        4:10 p. m. | Zji*Jl
Nelson. 7:15 p. m. I it±*T\*
H. A. JACKSON, ,
Oeuerni pasfaengei Ayl.   r^pa_2
Spokane, Wash.
H. P. BROWN,
ataftnt, Roaaland, B. C.
riTT71"|_>1VT^    One-half cash and the balance in two equal pay-   rxyfi
XJ^JA/lT±lkj™"nients at three and six months, without interest    jj^g
For full particulars call on or address 5^3
H. W. e. JACKSON.
Postoffice Block, Rossland, B. O.
£^<?/^||§

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