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 O; ST K AT HE AK j\
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f Miring In town but finds lie also!
Biloen the best Unit isilono In low*'
OPPOSITK POSTtiFI'ICr
THE KASLO MORNING I
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VOL. III.
KASLO, B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 11,1898.
NO. 39.
Report of the Independent Convention at Sandon.
No Platform Adopted���Notninations Made Mind
Closed Doors���An Odd Complimentary
Vote lo Mr. Hunter.
ILL CABLE COMMUNICATION WW COM IS CUT OFF
Tie Criers
, St Louis aid Yankee Forced an
Entrance Yesterday to linantanaiiio.
Tho convention, called at Sandon,
Thursday evening for tho purpose of
nominating an Independent candidate
for the legislature, was attendod by 111)
delegate! (rom KaHlo, Samlon, Hoso-
bery, Silverton and slocan City. Now
Denver, Three, Forks, Whitewater,
I'ilot Bay and other points were unrepresented,
>.l. Ts. G.-iiiiinottof Sandon was chosen
chairman audit. Q. Matheson of Silver-
ton, secretary.   The early part of the
mooting win open to the general public, but when the timo for nominations
eiimo, tho convention wont into executive session be hind closed doors, nnd
all but delegates wore excluded. It is
reportod that Messrs. Atherton mid
Siindilands, of the Sandon delegation,
were excluded by tho eoinmitteo on
credentials as being suspected of nav
log too strong government leanings.
Kilitor C'liM'e of  the  Sandon  Mining
Review, who woe understood lobe na
aspirant for nomination, objected to
this and said that he thought that the
various candidates should bo placed in
nomination and be called upon to address tbo convention before bulletin,".
He also charged the Kaslo delegation
With having ramo with thoir candidate
in their pocket, lie was, however,
ruled out of OI dor and left.
No resolutions of belief nor platform
of principles eforo Adopted, it being
doomed best to loavo those until later
development! In tho campaign.
Nominations being called for, Wm.
Ilu,iter of Silverton and Robert 17
Circen of Kaslo were placed in nomination. The ballot resulted 15 to 19 In
favor of Mr. lluutwr. Two ballots.said
to bo Hunter ballots, wore thrown out
for Informality. Mr. Hunter then said
Hint ho desired to have this ballot considered as a purely complimentary one
to hlinsolf and retired lu favor of Mr.
Ureon who was thoroupon choson without any dissenting votes.
Messrs. Huntor and (Jarnoy wore appointed a committeo to wait upon Mr.
(ireen and inform him of his nomination. Mr. Green appeared and made a
brief speech in which ho said that ho
would not outer upon any political discussion at present, He pledged himself to make a thorough personal acquaintance with tho needs of the riding, and If oleeted, to represent all Interests fairly. He would be. willing to
giye to the government a fair support
in anything that would bo for the good
of tho riding or the province in general, but would insist on maintaining an
independent attitude. On the other
hand ho would support the Opposition
whenever In his judgment it would be
for the best. Ho returned thanks to
the convention for tho honor in bohalf
of Kaslo as well as for himself.
After further addresses by Messrs.
Grlmmett and Carney tho convention
adjourned.
Mr. Hlour on Intervention���11 obsorfs Exchange Is frustrated for Tine Bnf-
ffolseley Maj Be Our Governor General
A KICK UN NELSON PRIZES.
Kuslo and Sandon Boys May Go To
Slocan City Instead.
The Lardo-Duncan Meeting
Out the Expenditure of the
5���Kick on Nelson Prizes.
Now tailalilc-A
l'ort an Prince, June 10.���Cablo com-, American   warships  today   bombard-
mimioatlon with Santiago de Cuba ia
Interrupted and no war nows is obtainable.
Off Santiago, June 10.- The United
States eniiser Marblehead and the
auxiliary cruisers Yankoo and St.
Mollis wero successful In cutting- tho
cable at (luantaniiino yesterday after
tiring on a Spanish gunboat and old
fashioned fortifications thore. Cubtl Is
thut Out 08 from all eoiniuu.iieation
with tho outside world. Tho army of
invasion is eagerly waited and everything is ready for its reception.
Mr. ��� etfour on Intervention.
London, June 10.���In the House of
Commons today, replying to uquestion,
Mr. A. .1. Balfour said:
"Ilor Majesty's government wouhl
gladly take any favorable Opportunity
for promoting n oesssatlon of hostilities
and negotiations of poaco betwoon the
United Statos and Spain. But any
such action can only be undertaken if
both parties are agreeable to such proposals, and unfortunately there Is not
sufficient ground for believing that this
condition exists."
Hull-nil's.  K*< litmus-   I' I imlilltsil.
Santiago ilc Cuba, Juno 10.���Lieut
I {obtain and his heroic companions
have boon turned ovor to tho military
authorities and 1 'is Admiral Sampson's plan of exchange submitted to
Admiral Cervera Is temporarily frus
trated. The blockade has beon un
eventful since Monday.
Troop Transport Convoy of 10 Wariililpn
- Washington, D. C, June 10.���Another formidable American fleet of 10 vessels headed by the battleship Indiana,
will serve as a convoy for the transports to Cuba.
Bombardment or Qnlqnar.
Havana, June 10, 8:30 p. m.���Several
ed Baiqiiar, some distanco cast of
Aquation.** nnd near the railway lino
to Santiago.
Ollicial advices from Santiago say
that -the bombardment caused no
damage,   Baiqnarlta.minlng locality
a ni sunn.' of the mines are under American control.
At tho palace It Is denied that thore
has boon any bombardment of the Santiago fortilieations.
Hiiullii-fo Itomlmriled Again v, ��� (.,!�����, .
NowYork, Juno 10.-Tho Ticker service sends tho following despatch:
Tho American lleet bombarded Santiago again today. Tho engagement
lasted from S to 11. No details have
boon received.
Japan l'rotcsts Afcciilnsil Wnr Tin on Tou
Washington, l>. c, Julie 10. -Japan
has entered a strong protest against
the prop jsod duty on tea. Tho protest
is based on the ground that a uniform
duty of ten cents por pound on all teas
cheap or dear, would have tho effect of
ruining the Japanese tea trade with
tho L'niletl States.
WoUely Muy He Our tiovemor (lini-ra
l.ondon, Juno 10.���Lord Wolsoloy Is
considering the expediency of accept
lng the iHwltion of governor-genera) of
Canada whieh has been offered him.
THE LAKDO-DUNCAN MEETING.
Estimates Voted for thc Expenditure
Qf $10,000 Now Available.
The meeting of the Lardo-Duncan association last evoning was well attended. Presideut Q, O. Buchanan was in
the chair and D. W. King acted as secretary. ��� The following estimates wei'o
voted as recommendations to the Provincial government for the expendi
tore of the $10,000 appropriated for the
improvement of that region.
Repairs on old trail from Argenta to Duncan lako $    751
New trunk trail from hoad of
navigation on Duncan river,
near Bear creek, to head of
IIsi.ll creek, obout ll miles at
9460 per mile     8,880
New trail from mouth of Bull
croek to mouth of West Fork,
7 miles at $200     1,400
Improving old government Trout
lake trail from Mosquito landing to Voplar erk. and widening it to a wagon road along
the meadows     1,600
Total 810,000
If there should bo any surplus from
tho amount recommended for tho trail
from Hoar creek to Hall crook, it was
tho sense of the meeting to expend ii
on a new trail up Wost Fork towards
Silver Tip creek.
It was the opinion of some members
that the recommendation of (460 per
milo lor tho now Duncan river trunk
trail was in excess of the requirement).
In which case more would bo left I il
other work.
A CHALLENGE.
A.J. Dill of Kaslo Will Race CaJnp-
hell or Thompson of Nelson.
I hereby cballeuge John Campbell or
Jos. Thompson of Nelson to run a series of races at Nelson on July 1st, foi
tho following distances: 100, 150 and
200 yards for a purse of $100 for each
race. Fifty dollars is deposited with
the Kaslo Morning Nows as a guarantee. The challenged partios aro requested to cover tlie guarantee with a
like amount in the same hands before
June Kith if they accept the challenge
and mean business. Balance of purse
to be posted on or before June 27th.
(Signed)      A. J. Dii.l, Kaslo.
The publication of tho list of Dominion Day prizes at Nolson in yesterday's
News, was road with much interest.
Kaslo's athletes are quito outspoken
against what they consider tho unfair
distribution of the amounts of the
awards. As far as hoard from, Sandon fools the samo way, aud expressions are quite general that theso two
towns feol that they aro apt to get bettor treatment at the Sloean City celebration than at Neb on.
The list of prizes as published was
adopted at a public mooting at Nelson,
and the sports are arranged for two
days, Friday and Saturday, July 1st
and 2nd.
Ono of Kaslo's loading athletes said
yeeterdayt
"I am told the pi'i/.i's foot up a 11i)_:11
figure, but tho distribution is poor as
far as we aro concerned. Kaslo cannot
stand any show of going down there.
and I'oming back oven. Wo havo few
if any horses to compete for the 8600
worth of racing prizes. The WSi for a
rock drilling contest appeals to but
few of our local men. The hose reol
races will doubtless he held 00 two different days to keep tho crowd thore,
one being a wet race and the Other be*
lng hub and hub. Unless tbey should
win t'vo prises OUl' boys wouldn't moi I
than get expenses out of the trip. I
understand that wo have not vet, r,
i'1'ived the rules of tho contest. A BOSS
reel contest involves I" men to a team,
1(1 besides chief and captain. The*
would compete in two contests, with
$1(K) for lirst money and $,">ll for second
in each case. How far would these
prizes go toward paying two days' expenses for such a crowd V
"A rock drilling contest involves two
men to a team, and yet they bang up
1826 roi* that also. We cannot well import baseball players, like Nelson has
done, and we have no regularly organized lacrosse team.
"Now when we come down I-i llic
minor sports, like football, vaulting
add jumping, where Kaslo i> known to
shine, what do wo find? Five or six
little events, with Hrst prizes ranging
from $2.o0 to $10. Why. our list of
Caledonian spurts on the Queen's
Birthday numbered it events, with
1114 llrst prizes and fill second prizes;
us against $.'14 llrst prizes and 17,60 sec
ond prizes now offered by N��� ��� 1 -u11. The
lowest llrst prize that kv gavi , even
to Imjj-s, was ftTi. If tho Nelson coin*
mittee doesn't rearrange its list ol
prizes, I don't soo much use of our -join, "
Fire Bt the Whitewater Deep.
D. F. Strobeck of Ainsworth. who
came down from Whitewater last evening, reports that Thursday afternoon a
brush lire got so near tothe now,boarding house and bunk houses, etc., being
constructed and nearls, completed near
thc mouth of tho Whitewater Deep
mine, that they eaugio Jfre through
loose shavings and v, ratpmpletely destroyed. The companwwill ijmnedt-
ately rebuild, The'losses supposed to
bo in the neighborhood oi $1,000, ti used mm. NEWS.
PUBLISHED  Kvr.KY  MORNING EXOEPT
Monday at Kablo, B. (>.
By The News Pub. Co.
Subscription, fl per month���Advertising rates made known on application.
JUNE, 1898.
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THE SANDON CONVENTION,
The Kaslo Morning Nen ��� has avail
i  : he notion of i he Si fndepend*
��� ���ii! convention to learn if any good
on existed, why ll sh mid oba i ;i
the general policy It has followed, of
supporting the prei ml governi lent.
We have not been so attached to the
i re: cut govornmont that wo would sup-
1 oi t it blindly.but have seen good in It
:   thc  main.   Whon  we   thought it
v 11 r._    bo Fever,   w i have   not  h -
tattd to bi y -������ pi ilnly,
We have   a   high   respect   for   "sir.
Ireen, the  nominee,  but   are dlsap-
|v Inted  thai   tl e    oonvention    tbat
In   jg'.ii him - il  :io nol   tt*ai ie a  pi il
foi in of    -li    uli    upo    .'in. li hi could
iiand,   i !i al'  it be tl   . I;:   conventii
was so heterogeneous that it dared not
discuss principles for  fear  of  disruption?    Tbe   so-called  complimentary
vote for Mr. Hunter, u  Btl ���' ������ I
tlouiBt, showed tl    fli he oi
tion ami man} profi s to bi Hi -��� i I bal
Mi Hunter was regularly nominated;
If tbe convention was really an Opposition one as alleged, il vloiated its
principles by nominating an Independent with Government leanings. But
its long as It Is without any ���"���diurt of
principles to back its candidate up, we
prefer to stand by the well defined
principles of tho present Government.
Accordingly, in tho present campaign, tbe Kaslo Morning News will
support the government candidate. If
that candidate le to be Mr. Etotallack,
be will havo our hearty support. If
ionic other Is chosen by Government
.onvei I -mi bj requisition with Government endorsement, he will lind the
Kaslo Morning News ready to help ad-
v-inco bis mid tho Government's Inter-
BStS.
MIR 1RG RECORDS.
���:������ VNSPBSB.
| When no consideration is mentioned
the nominal su a of 81 is understood.]
dune 10���1-0 Cold Bug, BisterMollie,
Rachel GoH-bn, Lizzie Puller, Eagle
Bird, Mavsden, Lovell, near Kemp's
Springs: 1-1 Walsh's Luck, b. B., on
Lyle creek; 1-8 Eollpse, l-:i Kitty
Burke, near Sproules; 1-1 Yubodam,
Silver Queen, Susie. 1!.. near Boar lake;
L-6 You Bet and Jackpot, near same;
1-6 Hoop Up, Slide Out, Stand Off, on
Sheep creek, M. .!. Walsh to Norman
[i Leod.
LOCATION-*.
June 10.--.Maine, Crawford creek, by
E. .1. Scovil.
Davy. Crawford creek,   by   Edward
Dedolph,
Sun Beam, near Argenta trail, by A
A i,eod and N. McLeod,
Sootcl  Tl ' ���'"���������<   ; ���      Three
/      hta   trail,   by  A.
B I   d    ������ iBOd,
,. ���|,i.-,   vn
Jum  10,    Mi   7. bj i'  '.. i Ire i ' ������
I i idard by !>. P. SI obe
METAL HUOTATW 18
New Ynik, Jum  IG
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EDITOIUAL OUTCROPPINGS
Read the Kaslo Morning News,
0RKS1UP    .1
i roin Jan.l, is     I       il 11      li . '
:.r ilie Blocan I'.glon   tiiAlt snippsd over  tha
k ie,lo A: Blooan Railway f��r watoi  transportation from Kaslo, ��� - lollo . i:
	
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The folloi lng
shipments ot er
Lardeau points
i.i ih, foregoing
ia ii partial   tatemenl ol   ��� i
!         ft S   Erotn  Blocan and
Inee January 1st, aot included
Mine,
Vancouvi i..
igloean star ..,
Tons.
4(1
360
Mine.
Silver Cup	
Waverley	
Mill.ii	
Tons.
nu
Wl
.     1IKKI
Enterprise,   .. .      40 (* a Bess 110
(Concentrate*.
<)( Hie foregoing, the following have paid dividends us follows;
Payne    Sl.OOO.OUO Noble Five .. EiiOM
Blooan Star., .   <li0,000lGooiienouftli.. 814,600
Hiith    SOO.OOOiWasblngton... 20,000
toi o      ....       287,800 lack* n... ���   I
Ram bler-Cftrl.,     40,000 Surprise  90,000
Besides the foregoing, other mines, unstock*
oil, have paid illvldeuils as follows:
[dtho I 2-soTixio i.n-1 Chance...     STSOO
Whitewater..,    I94,000|.*s.ntoine.., ...     I ,,000
Slociiii liny....      25,000|Monltor       Ki.OOU
Following is a comparative statement of ore
shipped from parts of the Blocan and iinswortb
mlnlnt! dlstrl i    <     Ihrou :!, the i"1 lem
boose st Kaslo to foreign smsiissn inr tbe ii'.-1
recorded months of 1895, all ol 1896 and 1*97:
v.,,.. Gross Weight  Qro��i Ifclueui
'"r- of Oroin j.Ii-i.  Oro in Di liars
1MB(8months)         2,20 $  ui,.ii
1896 fla month!) . .        vi.-.. in 1118
18S7(12months)  :,i  11,896
Tutal*.
99,148,801
fl.:.": ,411
BTOf K QUOTATIONS.
Following Is ntalilo ol Ihc loading stocked
mining companies ul the hlocnn and Ainswnrih
niliiluK tilvlaiosis;
t'cpipanles.
No. of     I'nr   Uarkst
-bare*   Vatm- , Value
Payno I 1,000,000 |2.fO <\
Blooan Star  l,0oo,poo      ,ui f'2,00
Until   130,000 ll    ' 4
Roco ���  1.iki0,(I00| 11.00 1.60
NnM.-l'l'.'.-
WoHhlngtnn....
1.00,
1,000,00.1     l.ooi
00'
R��mbler*CarlWo., . oo,      i
Rn-ptlso      2j.i,ooOi     l.Of
ion      lfsflOOBI     l.oo
(lO'iilonnngh       Bqaooo1      1.00
Great Western       Spf.imo *W
Jacksou(Nortlriillell)   l.WM.mo       1,00
American Boy     LOOtUKKi:      1.00
1.00
1 .(Kl
Gibson       H.50,000       1.00
f $10,000 for the improvement of the i wonderful    l.ooo.uoo!     l.oo'
m.. Keverne \ 1.000,ti0o|      l.OOi
The Turner Govornment has shown
a wise regard (or the Interests of this
part of Kootenay In the appropriation \ $$��S3��^:\    ]dd
Lardo-Dunean region, for the expondl-1 \^Taan iiny
ture of which,   estimates   were voted j �����* "��"����**'
Dellle.
' Ellen.
last night by the  local  Improvement ] MoKsod
I Twin...
Asnociat!on.   The country  to beim-|   jn0irtoossonthemorkei
proved Is most valuable.   Jt Is also directly   and  exclusively  tributary   to
Kaaio.
1.000,000 1.00
I .211'
l,200,00ul .00
76O,00W 1.00
l.Oci'.mxi! 1,00
1,0011,000 i,oo
1,000,0001 1,00
.18
.'.'6
.22
.26
.80
.'26
.15
.26
.09
.171.,
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.01
.28
.11
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5,,6
from now on, whether staked correctly
or not, the surveyor may adopt the
boundary lints of thc surrounding
claims, provided no side exceeds 1500
feet in length. In other words, the locator lt entitled to tho vacant- ground
that ho claims, even if he does not
stake it it. luob a manner as to include
it all, whit li bo seldom does.
By a recruit decision of tho courts a
prospector lost a claim because of inability to sceur>'. the post necessary to
murk the location. The amendment
provides that In eases whflre claims are
staked above tho timber line, or tho
prospector can not secure tho necessary posts, he may erect monuments of
earth or stone.
in Staking an extension the posts aro
often planted ho as to form s wedge-
shape fraction between two ends of the
two claims. These fractions have often incurred great expense, not only in
recording and surveying, but In eases
where they carry the lead, and thus become of such va Lu- as to promote litigations The amended act authorizes
tie. surveyor to Include such traction,
provided it does not, cover more than
51.65 acres, the area of a full claim,
and provided further that two location
posts are together.
By failure to record assessment work
within the required period of 6n< \,-.w.
either through oversight or the misunderstanding of partnership Interests,
valuable claims have been lost, ���Now,
if a prospector fails to record the work
within a year, he bus 30 days! additional time in which to make the i 600rd by
payment of an extra 810.
Another change regarding the as*
sessmontwork Is in that particular
which called for wink io the amount of
$11111 each year, now, a miner can do
and record as many assessments as he
pi a as in a year by paying the recording fee lor each assessment do i< i .'���
extent of 8100.
in case anybody should  adv- ���
application for acerti ' inti of li
���.il crown grant, the contestant
ii.is it have bis clali veye '   li ime-
. and Hli a pis     ���   ;   and
b,  an authorized | n   I icial   lai     iur-
veyor with the w ril.
To obtain a crow o ((rant  ln  1       II
was tier    Bl      I WOl ktO
the amount -   ��� ud  to  b i       i
claim gur.t���...     ���  il     i leant   i
WOO.   In 18D7 thi act was ameni
as io provide I bat up to May 1,1
oosi   nf  such   survey should ooufntas
work done on tl i claim, not  to exoei I
100.    In plain Kngllsh,  it ooui
ri   see   men! and as wi ���'��� toward  the
���- ���   grant. A survi
$100,   The last ii gtglaturc i
time to May i, 1890,
Hereafter, In adverse proceedings ln
, - o otlon with the title to m nei al
claims, before any court, eaoh p rtj u
the proceedini iahull Ive al ai;\p,-
evidence of title, Heretofo
"ii of proof was on 1
The  fee  tor  t 'ding  ����� e   m al
������ ! ien  11 due id from   I . If   to
K2.60,  Heretofore tin* fee for rh
assessments hus been '_."i cents higher
than other fees.
Anybody who )>ulls down :: l-".' il post
ereoted to mark a boundary or location
of a mineral claim, or any writing by
law ��� ��� ;uii ed to bi thereon, is Hal i to
In rlaonmi nt for fix tnonl ha or o fine
of ��� '. Q or both. This Is e | poi ed lo
be directed particularly toward oi'o-
ventlng the use of old posts by people
wtio rcstako it claim and somi Imi Se*
stroy evldeneos of a prior location.
Ho, Fishermen.
Will supply you
with Everthing
Needful at Low
prices,Steel rods,
jointed or Telescoped;   Hooks,
Bails and Flies; Silk lines, enamelled and waterproof;
Landing Nets, Reels and alt Kinds of Repairs. A full
tine of Hammocks and all kinds of Sporting Goods.
t
In the Grocery Department, a line line of Fancy Groceries wilt oon
srj arrive.   Try our Klondike Deviled Crabs, now hore.
Ip the Clpthlng Department, try our celebrated lighter weights of
Health Underwear for warmer weather.
H. Giegerich
Kaslo.    Sandon.     Ainsworth
F^^^sm-s .in       T - s^^TT-*!,.-. ���������
���^or the Jobbing   g rade 1
(i   ��
.lusl Eleceived, a Large Invoice of Cigars,   Including KK>'
U'i-S'i'.   ,   l.VIA. OLYMPIA, CORONA, DKL UKY, ES-
fOLA, TBIDMFO, MONOPOLB AND SWELL!
This Is In addition to my already well established GROCERY
Ti!A!M L.A. MCK KUS.
THE KASLO GROCER Y, nm 8ttMt'betWMn tt^SWSu��bik
.".       W~Jl        -       -HH'.I
[Stocks
a i I Dies
Screw
Plates
Grerieral Hardware !
Poinls, Oils, Garden Tools.
Hamilton Byers,   ?asl��'
Sandon.
AOI.NT TWUAX AUTOMATIC ORE CAII5.
..'i ��� ������ mm MM
P. BURNS & CO.,
KABLO   MARKET.
All Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats.
FI8HH5 POULTRY IN SEASON
If you want the news while It
it IS nows, subscribe for the
Kablo Moknino Nkws. Its
only $1 per nzonth	
If you're  aftar tho  news-red
hot from  tlio wires���read the
News.-
H0TKL8 AND KKHTAl'BANTH.
Tie Davis House!
Apartments for gentlemen.
Everything Brit-olais. A
diuliip: room in connection.
M. IC, DAVIS, Proprietress.
McPhail block. Fifth and
front HtrootH, Kaslo, II. C.
Central Hotel,
FRONT ST., KASl.O, B. C.
.N'cw Bullatng.���Nowly FuruUhcd Tlirousjliout.
Best Rooms in the City.
A FIRST CLASS BAR IN CONNECTION.
KF.UTER A CO,
Read the Kaslo Mornln.T News.
CIIANIiHS ttl MINIMI! LAWS.
The following changes in tbe British
Columbia mining laws 6ho���ld bo carefully studied bv those Interested in
raining In this .-"rovimsei
First of these refers to tho location
of fractious. -In all fractious surveyed
Adams House,
KA8L0, II, 0,
RATES, 11 FF.R DAY AND UPWARDS.
Adams Bros., Props.
Sole ag��nt�� for PAB8T BEER, .Milwaukee, Wis.
Silver King Hotel
OTTO Al Cl'S'l'lN'i;, I'UOl'Ml.l'i'K.
Bar and Billiard Room
IN CONNBOTIOX,
Rooms fiom Uperwssk up, Newly farnlahsd
throughout, Elsctrlo Llgnta. Front It., next
door in Poll (iniii', Kaslo,u. C,
Lake View
Restaurant.
n v p, p, pofiaou.
lU'iiM.nnlili' Ptli-e* and (iootl Mvini
FRONT HTRKFT,
KASl.O, II. C
McLeod Hotel,
ARGKNTA, HUITiyil COLUMBIA,
Nov Il'sune.   Newly FurHlnlieil.   Good ACCOM*
Miiiliiiiiins. W. II. BELL, Propr,
Kalama Hotel,
KUSKONOOK, UP.rriHH COLUMBIA.
Otherwise Annitrong'* Landing
mi,I linal Blver l.nuilluft.
Mrs. Win. Middleton, PrOpr.
We cater especially lo tlio traveling public.
1)
i'ROFESBIONAL CARDS.
IIJ.F.B, ROGERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate Trinity University, Toronto, Out
Member of College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Decollate of thc B. 0, Council, Late of New
York Hospitals and Polyclinic. Olllce on A
av. Hospital, cor. 5th *t. and B ave, Kaslo.B.C.
Nelson House,
KA8LO, B.C.
NELSON .. BOSTRU.M, PROPRIETORS.
Nicely furnUhcd room*. Bar well stocked, Spokano Beer on Draught by Schooner or quart
JK'it tree luneh ta the city.
T)R. A. 8. MARSHALL,
DENTIST.
Graduate of American College,Chlcago
KASLO, b. c.
M1SCEI.1.ANKIHs   sUVKKTIKKMENTS.
Confectionery,
Tobacco, Cigars /
Host in overy Hoe, A stock of fancy groceries Is soon to be tulded to our stock.
' Carney Bros.,
Front St., opposite Knslo Hi tul, Ka��lo, B. C.
J. Turner.& Co.,
Postolllco Ho.\' 29.
Wholesale dealers In Hay,
OatB, Brau, Chop o< Fruits.
Agent for Marshall's Teas.
Importers Of Olgars and Tobacco. Mail orders promptly filled.   ........
Front St., near News Olllce, Kaslo, D.C
K
OOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
White Labor.
Improved Machinery.
The BeBt Work at
Reasonable Prices.
Kaslo, B. C.
W. J. TWISS,
Real Estate and Mining Broker!
INSURANCE
"Ire, Life, Accident aud Guarantee,  Front st,
KABLO, B, C.
STEAMER HALYS.
CAPTAIN W. W. WEST.
Does Jobbing Trado on Kootonay Lahe.
Leave order* with George Hutaer, iDslefne-
tlonal Wharf, Kaslo.
For Freshest Fruits
-SEE-
W. Meadows,
Front Street, Opposite Stepb-   -
enson's Drug Store, Kaslo. ..
Also Fine line of CONFECTIONERY,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS. Did You
EVER !
- ��� fine Mioh it nice lino of
FiBhin*.-- Tackle as wo aro
showing this month?
Take a look at it and
be convinced that it is
the be.-! In town. It don't
cost any thing to look,
and if you buj. . ou will
find pi���,( ".��� ion of tho
low.
Fine ii 'aIch Re/miring.
LAMONT & YOUNG,
FBONTST.,      ���      (CARLO, B.C.
Sporting (ioocli a Spi cialty.
Official Directory.
IKiMINIO'',' DIRECTORY.
Governor-General     .     .       arlol Aberdei n
Premier    .     .     .     .     Blr Wilfrid Laurier
Member House of Coi ainlon Parlia
ment! (or West Kootenay   .   Hewitt Bostock
PROVINCIAt DIREI TORY.
Lie nt.-Governor           ,     Hon. T. R. Mclnnes
Premier     ....      Hon. J. II. Turner
Attorney-General                  Hon. D. M. Ebe.rU
Ciini.ni' Lands and Work*   ���   Hon (l.fl. Martin
Minister Mines and 1                 Uon.Jas.Baker
President Executive i ouni
I'riivlnrinl Miner ft Ioi Isl
Members Lexulativi   ���          ly for Wesl Kootenay   North itl'.lina   ...    .'..'.(. Kellle
Booth Riding ' !'��� Hume
KASl.O (i
Mayor     ....
Aldermen   .i.v, i	
Moore, Q  Hartin, i> W, Mi
Olty Clerk
Police Magistrate
City Marshal
AKSUrtlHMt
Auditor    ....
Treasurer   ....
Assessor      ....
Water Lpmmissloner  .
Health Offloar  .
City council me ts every
iftyfiall, .liii it., between F
n iv.
n . Ifl'Ann
. ���   '       .   her 3. 0
i   Whiteside,
i   i    hlpmon
Ali x Lucas
��� V, Adam
��� i.Milne
iKi
[.Green
.    I'. Tlii'k
K. A Cookie
Dr  .'  i.H. Rogers
lay , ������������ ',i   i
v ave.
VOLUNTEER FIRE PU' * RTMENT,
Chief     .     .     ,      . ���  .i i ,1 letel er
First Deputy child       ...       Oi n. Reid
Beoond Deputy Chlel I '
Third Deputy Chief     .     .     Goo Whiteside
Secretary Irchie .Morris
Treasurer       ... .       Gu   Ada ma
DIMTHlCT DIRECTORY.
Mining Recorder*Assci m '     Col,    JnoJCeen
Collector ol Casti   is      .      .      .'  1-   Mi ll toi li
Sidioni Trnstee*   AugustCarney, 3, D
O.O. Buobanan. Principal- Prol  is ,H
KASl.O I'I       iFFICB.
(.Mineral deliver} ��� ���
ed] fmiiiH n. ni. until i j   in.   I i I by o]      rom
Ta, m. to 9.90 p. m.   Mailsfordesps
ery evening exeej I 11 tur I is ind Bui 9
p.m.   Malisari Ivefrc and
points dally exeept Sunday at!  k) p. m.  Frem
c. p. k. ami Bloi  -i    Im sily,'   i
Sunday, nt l p. m,   I; glstratio i oBh e ���
ii in . 3.80 p, in    M " ��� ������   ���   ' I       - ���������'   in
office Savings Bank opensa, in to 8 p, w
.-. II. QUEEN,   'c   ..'   .
CHUBOIl	
MBTHOPI8TCHDKOH   llor. C and afli st.   Divine sen loesev ,-    indaj Hi   ni   n
in. Bunday sohool . su,   Iran
i-,,,,   |. a. V     I   Pastor.
PRESBY1 Bill IN CI t.     "'
avo. Bervleosevery Bunday it ��. ra
p, in. Bundayscln ������ i nd fflbl    lai
Prayer meeting Wednesday even DgRo       ' ���
Free seats. Strangors heartily welcome.
Ruv. .'   D,   Ion      .  ' tilsti r
CHURCH OF ENGLAND   Sunt:!-.,-! cor. of <
ave. and .".Hi St.   �� N '.'��� II ������
in. and7.80 p.m. All-arecomiallyinvited.
Rev, David i    h ird , Ulssionor In Char ;e.
CATHOLIC cHUKCH���Corner C avenue -": '
fithst.   No rogular pastor ai pi it   Occasional services by special announcement.
FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS.
A MASONS   Kaslo Lodge No. 115, A. F. .v
a. m sets firsl Hon ii >��� In every
month nt Masonic hull over Ore
Urns', .tore.   Visiting brothers  Invited to attend,     H, ":   irs, ''   d
E. K. Ohlpman.Bocri tary,
If A80NIC CHAPTER   Kcotenay Charter, B A.
M.,li��ld�� regulii! convocations on In
Tuesday of eaoh month In Masonic hi
Vi-sitine comnantons arc cordially In- Ued.
Chat, Truinlnm,.;i'r-li ��� I 1.. !���'. I hi) I isn, ".
MACCABEB8���file .in Tenl N'o. it, Knl
the Maccabees, meets M-emxl and fourth Mon
dnvs of eaoh num. lint Livingston'! ball.Kaido
Visiting Kniglii' cordially! ivlted.
w. A. Davies, Conimandi r.
Polph Johnson, Ki epar of Recorda.
FORESTERS  Conrl KatUeNo, 8��7, bidepend
enl Order nl l'ji.li -.   Meet:   ill, I iii,..   ol
eaoh month   In Victoria bouse,
brethron are cor llally invited.
W. l). Strathern, chlel Ranger.
Vi. J. Ball,Recording Baoretary,
LOCAL AND GENERAL MENTION.
Items of lutorest lo tbe Citizens ol' Kaslo, Occurring Here and Tliere.
It is Currently .reported that the Sky
Lino initio, seven miles from Ainsworth, wiil bog-in operations shortly.
s\s this rich silvor property has boon
idle upwards of two years, litis news.
if it proves true, will be welcomed by
the people of Uot Springs camp.
Rossland is talking of buying out thc
olty light and Water system.
Tlio best private boxes   in   town   at
the Queen Restaurant.    Open day and
ni<jht. *
W. J. Twiss has rotni'iied from a trip
to Spokano and the British Columbia
coast cities.
McKi-ti.'.it' & Mann have bought tho
liiy Patch, at Vmir, a free gold proposition, the price being $45,000.
Try the table at the Davis  Bouse,
i idv. ' *
The lite brigade at Nolson is practicing to take the $.'..00 prize which will
bo competed for in that oity oo Dominion Day.   Sandop and Kaslo (���aros Will
make ihem look to '.heir laurels.
Nelson 7 example of dosing business
houses early in tho evening is being
followed in Vernon.    What's the mat-
r'.' Ith Knslo (ailing in line?
Kor best rooms with or without board
try thc Davis House.   See adv.        *
KASLO
Transfer
COMPANY.
General Kxprose and
��� ���Transfer Business..,
Dealers in
Ice, Hay,
Oata, Wood,
and Peed !
Spocial Facilities for moving���
FURNITURE,
PIANOS, ETC.
Gardens plowed, manured and made
ready for seed.
L. HANNA, Mangr.
' telephone No. 0. Front st. *raslo, B.C
'i. L, Goodwin has a force of nine
men at work pri his C. P. K. pile contract. Operationy are being carried
on near tho mouth of Fry creek, ten
miles abovo the city. ,
Wednesday, Juno 22d, is tho last day
nt whloh nominations for the provln-
* 1 iii legislature can bo filed.
For a flrst class cup  of coffee  go to
1 ��� (jtteen Restaurant.   I  now  have
private boxes for ladios. F. I. Bradford,
nroprietof. *
!'. Riffle, manager of tho Whitewater
Deep, has returned from .Spokane,
,s here he met R. 17 L. Brown, owner
of tlie mine, who has just got back
fr ii 1.nm Ion. Mr. KiMlo and 17 .1.
Hiilee, of Bpokane, we'it uptptha property yestorday.
A   good   sized  chunk   of that  hot
.ai hie,   reported    of   late   from  the
States, has struck Kaslo.
Sara Seiiwandcr will give a gold
ring, worth #-0 to any ono who can
produce a watch that ho cannot put in
perfect order. Ho osn'bo found at the
K.nlo Drug store. Call nnd soo
, i *
Kaslo's gravity railway, in ime for
a couple of months on tho A avenue cut
uml fill, has been torn up by Contractor Carlson's men, the work having
been completed.
Lost���a Forrester's gold badge. The
finder will please return to W. J- Hall,
Victoria House, and receive reward. ��
H. A. Jackson, of the Great Northern, came in from Spokane Thursday
night. J. E. Jackson, the ore buyer.
and wife, also arrived the same evening.
Notice to tlio Public
Spraguo, Wash., May 31, 1808.
To Whom it may Concern:
All persons are notified that I will not
be responsible for debts contracted by
ray wife, Bonita Davies, J. B. DAVIES.
Coiilwooil Contract. ���
Tenders will be received at the office
of G. Alexander, Kaslo, where all par*
Honiara can bo obtained, for the cut-
ins, ef mo cords of firewood near
Sandon, not less than 150 cords per
month.
In This What You Arc Looking For?
Comfortable, clean, well famished
rooms by the day, week or month at
reasonable prices at the Victoria, A
avenue, near Bth street. No liar at-
!it'hod. Baths free to ::in '..-. A specially low rate ol Irom ft) up per month
to permanent roomers.
W J. Hall, Propr.
..">��&-.''v
i��
EDUCATION.
NOTICK IS HEREBV GIVEN THAI rill:
annual examination ol candidates for
certificates ol qualifi' atloii ������ ', ich in
tbo public School* of (be Province will l��' held
as follows, commencing on Monday, July ith,
1898,at 8:15b. m:���
V-OTOBIA���
111 South I'urk Scliuiil Bulldinc-
VAWCOOVBB
In Hinii Bchooj Building',
KAMLOOPfl-
In Public School litilliling.
Each nppliaanl mutt forward a notice, itilrty
dava before the examluatlon, tatlng the clhs*
md grade ol certlll, nie for wbicb he mil be ��
candidate, tl ptionol subjeots ��i lee ted, and
it whloh ot the abova named plaoe* ho will
attend.
Every iioiiee uf intention to be mi applicant
must be acoompanled with satisfactory tentl-
liiuiiisl of niiirnl anaraoter.
Candidates are notlned tlmt all ol tin- above
requirements must be fulfilled before their applications can lie tiled.
All candidates for Firsl Class, Orsde .\, Certificates, InoludlugOraduates, must attend In
Victoria lo take Ilie subjects prescribed fin-
.inly 18th and nth insiuiits. and to undt [o requited oral examination.
8. I>. POPS,
Superintendent "t Education,
Education Olliee,
Victoria, May 4th, 1808.
UftL'   .^/\n7"'V
ih
(- AlV.
Tho author of a certain posted notleo
about town advertises that not only are
the fixtures "for saile," but thoy aro
"compleit."
..wfai'vs
juiii May, una
HS HONOl'R THE LIEUTBNANT-OpVBB-
nor hu been ploased i i appolut tho nu-
ilerineutioned person* loin I'ollectot of Vote*,
under the provisions of si 'tlon 16 "I the "lie-
ill��ti'ibtillun Act, is-is," naiin ly:
JOHN D.SlBBALD.oi Revelstoks.tor the
Revelstoke Hiding, IVesI Kootenay BloCWral
District.
Ai.i:XANlJi;it l.i'cAs. of Kaslo, (or the
Slocan Riding, WestKootonay Blsowral District.
RODERICK K. TOI..MIK, of Nelson, for ilie
Nelson Riding, Wesl Kootenay Eleotoral nif-
trlet.
InIlN K1RKUP, ol   Roiwlaiid, tut the   li
lund itidinK, Went   Kootonay Electoral Dls-
trlct.
And Ilia Honor tbo l.lenti'iiant Oovomor Im*
la-nil lileaned to appoint the undermentioned
person icibeDlsirliiiiiliiu Colleetor, under the
provlilona oi Motion 17 ol tbe said Act, name
!> :   ���
In the former Klectoial Dlstrlot' uf We*l
Kootenay,   OIOROB   A. mc kaui.akd,   ol
Nelaon.
Just
Arrived
i
A Seasonable Line of
a
rocenes ���
Including Such Delicacies as
Grocer
Smyrna Dried Figs. Preserved New Orleans Figs.
Ram Lai Tea.   Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
And all Noted Brands of Coffee, Mecca, Mocha and Java.
I Iross &��� Blackwell's Pickles.
Pattoreon's Chutney Pickles.   French mustard.
Sliced Smoked Beef and thc Noted Beef Extract, Bovril.
We can furnish almost any thing desired in the
y Line.    But that is not all.
Our Men's Furnishing Goods.
Continue to comprise tho Largest and Finest Assortment in the city.    Call
and see them.
FVV/swJ*-^
Corner A Avenue and Third Street, Kaslo, B. C
Subscribe For the
"G-   NEWS,
And Get It Fresh.
Be E
r ,f\ is<a <-*- f_hs _? s*e
_,**verprising,
advertise in
TheMornfn^News
And Increase Your Business.
Brightest, Newsiest Paper
in the Kootenay.
HIS HONOl'R THE  LIEUTENANT-COVER-
nor has been pleased to make thc following appointment:
-5th May, 18W.
W    f   KOBERSTON, of the t'ity of  Montreal. Esquire,  B. A., Se., to be Provincial Min-
cralngiet vice WUUr.ro A. Carlyle, tsqulre, resigned.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
IT WILL PAY YOU.
C. E. Mallette & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in
FRESH FRUITS
and VEGETABLES
Also Hay, Feed and Produce.
We ship direct from California and are prepared to quote
the lowest market prices on all kinds of fruits in season.
BAKER ST.,
NELSON, B. C. HAII.ltOAlis AMD BTEA1IBOAT8.
0.R.&N.
Shortest and quickest routo to the
l'oeur d'Alene mines, Palouse, Lewis-
ton, Walla Walla, Baker City mines,
Portland, San Francisco, Cripple Creek
gold mines and all points east and souths
Only line east via Salt Lake and Denver.
Steamer tiekets to Europe and other
foreign countries.
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
three days for Stin Francisco.
Leave I       Spokane Time Hi-licilulc       [Arrive
Spokane Falls
7.48
n. ni.
dally
535
p. in.
iliiily.
5X0  | l AST MAU. WallaWalia,Port-
p.m.     lam!. Sun Francisco, HilUert'ity
dally. | uml the Beet.
mki   I LOCAL HAIL   Coeur d'Alenoe,
ii.m.    Parmlngton, Qorfleld,  Colfax,
dally. I Pnlliiiiiu and Moscow.
for through tickets mui further Information
apply to .lA.MES WAL'GH,
Attt I. N. ,t T. co., Kaaio, 11. 0.
or at o.u. st N. Co.'s offloe, 4D0 Riverside eve.
Spokune, Wiisli.    II. M. ADAMS, General Anl.
Or   W. H.HULBURT, G. P. A., I'ortlunil.Ore
KASLO& SLOGAN U?
Train* Hun mi Pacific Standard Time.
T1MECAK1).
��� loing West.
8.00 a. in. Lv.
H.'.Wi ll. 111.  I.V
9.86 ii. in. l.v
9.61 ii. m. I.v.
10.08 ii. ni. Lv
10.18 ii. in. l.v.
Dally
.. .Kuslo..,.
.South Fork
Sproule'*..
.Whitewater.
.Beer lake.     ...Arl.48
..MoGuigan Ar 1.88
Gnlng
ArS.M
Ara.l.-i
Ara.16
Ar'-MHl
Boat
p. m
p. in
p. in
p. m
p, in
p, in
10.88 a. in. l.v     Cody Junction..,.Arl.BJp, m
in.50 h. in. Ar Siuiilon Lv 1.00 p. in
QBO. !���'. C.OPK.LANl), Supt.
ROBT. IRVING, Q. !���'.,(. P. A.
USI-
GB/K&T
N <> It T II B It N
IIA11AVAV
The surveyor's chain made it the
Shortest Transcontinental Route.
. li
it
i i
ii
it
n
it
Is,
is the most modern In equipment.
is Ihc homiest rnileil line,
ins I, roek-iinllHst roadbed,
crosses no Baud deserts.
uas built without liiinl grunt or govt. ui'l.
is Doted for the courtesy ot it* employes,
is only line serving nieuls on In curie plan,
intenuy oonneotlon ut Bonner'sFerry.Tnes-
,|.iv,\Vi,hies.|iiy,'l'liuis.liiy,Siitniiluy umisinidiiy
TRAINS LEAVE HPORANE.
Baslward ... B.M ��. in 1 Weetward B.88p.m,
for maps, tickets uml complete Information
call on or address LN.4 I. Co.'s agts, K..& B. By
agu,orC ''. DIXON,Oen.Agt.,Bpokane,Wn.
1'. I.WlIlTN|,;V,ii. I'.AT. A,St. 1'uill. Minn
The Canadian Pacific Ry.
ANIi
Soo Pacific Line,
The cheapest, most comfortable and
direct route from Kaslo to all points in
Canada and tlie United States. The
only line running through tourst curs
tu Toronto, Montreal and lloston, and
through tourist oars to St. Paul daily.
ars
and
Magnificent stWpors and dl&lng o
on all trains. Travel by this line t
have baggage cheeked ro destination.
Dailv oonneotlon from Kaslo overy
day, excepting Sunday, at 7.no a. tn,
Por Kuskonook and late points, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
For Argenta and Lardo, Tuesday and
Friday at 8.16 p. m.
I'm- full Information, cull on or address
ALDER BISHOP,
Freight snd l'n* tent*' oaent, Kaslo, B. 0,
Or to W. 17 ANDERSON,
Traveling POM Agl . Nelson, B. C.
17.1. COY 1.17
blsti ei Passenger Agent, Vancouver,
Writ" nn Klondike Folder and Hap.
rn
Nelson $ Fort Sheppard,
Red Mountain Railways.
The only all rail route without
clianpfo of cars between Nelson and
Rossland and Spokane u_J Rossland.
timk 0ARD.
Leave 6.20 a. m Nelson Arrlv   5.;tf> p. tn
Leave 12.06 a. m ..Rossland Arrive 11.211 p.m.
Leave8.80a. m Spokane Arrive 3.10 p. m
The train that leaves Nelson at li:20
a. m. makes elose connections at Spokane with trains for all . . .
PACIFIC COAST POINTS.
Passengers for Kettle river & Boundary
ok, connect at Marcus with stage daily.
i.ni
INTKRNATIONAI.
Navigation<f 'Trading Co.,
StrtimniH hilfrnfttunml and Alberta on ECoot-
enay Luke und Kiver summer Time curd in pt-
feetlSth March-, 1898 -Subject to change.
STKAMKK INTKRNATIONALLeaves Kuslo
for Nelson nnd way Qotnts.ttally except Sunduy.
:(.:it) n. m. Arrive Northport \iA& a. m.j Ron-
Land, ii.iiii u. m. nnd Bpokane, 8.10 p. in.
Leave Kelson fot Kuslo and way points, daily
except Sunday,mm p.m.LeavQSpokane8.80a.m.j
Kossland, 8,46 a.m.; North port, 1.86 o. tn,
I'Mvc Mflo Point-connection witli all passenger
trains of N. A P. B. ity. to and from Northport,
Kossland and Bpokane. Tickets sold und bag*
gage cheeked to all United statos points.
STKAMWt ALBERTA Leaves Kaslo Tor Kuskonook and way points and llonner's Kerry, Ma.
Tuesdays nml Saturdays at 6.00 p.in., arriving til
Kuskonook at 10JK) p.m. and Donner'a Perry at8
a.m. next day.   Returning tvs. Bonner's Perry
Wed., Fridays and and Sundays nt ..' p. m., arv.
Kuskonook K p. in., Kaslo 1 a. in. following day.
Also from Muy 5tb steamer will make snine 111 p
leaving Kaslo every Thursday at 6o'clock a. m.
Honner's Kerry connection wilh all papa-finger
trains of u. N. Ky., arv. westward at Spokane
B.10 p. m., nr iv. Bonder's Ferry for the oast at
Llfi p. tu. Meals nnd berths not in eluded.
Passengers on ss. [ntomational trom Nelson,
etc., for points on lake south of Pilot Bay, will
ennneet nl thai point wilh tbe88. Alherta.
Passengers for Nelson via B8, Alberta, trom
points south (ti Pilot Hay, nan hy arrangement
With purser,have slopnver at I'ilot Hay or A ins-
worth, or conneet with international at Kaslo.
Company*! steamers conaect Kootenay Lake
and Blocan points u ith  all  points in V, S. and
Canada by way of Spoknne and Kootenay river.
Q, ALI.XAN DBR, (ieneral Manager.
P.O. Hox 129,Kaslo, U- 0.
Kuskonook anil Bonner's Perrv.
Str. Ainsworth.
Loavej Kuskondok at u_ o'clock noon, Monday
WedneSoay and Friday, upon arrival of steam
er Nelson With passengers fioin KaslOi Ain-
worth, I'ilot Hay end Nelson. Arrives Bonner'i
Perry n p. m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Bonner's Perry 2 p.m.,TueBday,Thnrs-
day and Baturday, upon arrival of <;. N. trainv
Iroin east nnd west.    Arrives Kuskonook  11 p.
ia.. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday*
B. .1. MATliTAVS, Manager.
Mliem Pacific Rj.
Thc Fast Line,
Superior Service.
Throui'h tiekets to all points In United
States and Canada. Dlreo't Connection
with the Spokane Falls & Northern Ily.
TRAI.NH DEMI' FSIOM BrOXAXli:
Jio.l West....M--p.m.; N��,uEs*t ���7-.ooa. m,
Tickets to Japan and China via Taowia
and Northern Pacific Steamship pom*
pany. Foi- Information, time caivL,
maps and tickets, apply to agts. of the
Spokane Falls & Northern and lta connections, onto F. D. GIBBS,
General Agent, Spokane, \Vas��.
A. D. CHARLTON, Asst. lieu. Pass. Agt.,
Ho. 256 Morrison St.. Portland, Oro.
Wr tt�� tor Hap oi Kootsnay country.
TKAVKI.lill'H (ll'll)K.
Suiiiiisitry of Hallway mill Hleuniisr Tiniss
<*ar<lH I-'i'.'biii Kastlo.
Pot Whitewater, ShihIoii, Cody, etc., K. st'. H.
Railway tralm leave Kaslo daily e-ih a, in.; ra-
turning, iirrivn nl Knslo ul 8s50 p, in.
For Throe Forks, Hew Denver, Rosebery uml
Nakusp, lako K.it H. Ity. (ruin Kut-lo to Siuuloh,
and thence Nakusp & slooau Hallway, lenvintr
Bandon dailv nt 7.4."i a. m.j returning) arrive
daily at Bandon at 4.68 p, lu.
For Bavelstoke, Vancouver; Victoria and otter main lino poinls on C. P. II., liout from Nakusp to Arrowhead, carts to Revelstoke, thenee
oonnect with east ami west bound trains.
Por silverton, Blooan city, take Btr. slocnn on
Blocan lakOs-opus-ctingwith N.sfc H.at BLoaebery,
Kor Northport,Spokane, Rossland uml Grand
Porks,take (he Btr. International from Kaslo
ilaily at 11,80 a. tn.. except Siunlav, making oon-
lii'ciinnsiii l-'lvc Mile Point wltb the $,��, P.8.
Ry,, thenee to Northport. Prom Northport to
Bpokane continue tin- railway, known south ol
northporl as the Bpokane Pails A: Nortlu-rn. nr-
riving ni Bpokane, Wash., at :i.io p. in.
Or for Spokane, lake I. N, A 'I'. Co.'s Sir. Al
iieru irom Kaslu to Bonner's Ferry, Tuesdays
and Saturdays at >ri p.m. hipI Thursdays st 6
ii in., and oonnect al Bonner's Perry wlili Oreat
Northern Iruins to Spoknne, arriving at B.10
the following day.
Por Etosslatid change nt Northport to the Red
Mountain its., arriving at Roulano at 11.20a.m.
Or, Itosslntni nmy lie rciielii-il from   NeNnii  vis
C. A- k. By. to Robson. thence by river stea i
to Trail, thenoe l>y O.&Vi. Ry, to Rossland, or.
Rossland may be reached via Nakusp and Trail
by strtnn.ilown Arrow hikes ami Columbia river.
Por iiraml Porks nml Boundary Creek points,
tnke s. I". .y N. Ily. Irom Northport lo llosshnrK
r Milieus, thenee by stage across reservation,
Por Ainsworth, i'ilnt Hay, Nelson, etc.. i. N, A
T*Co.'l sir International leaves Knslo ilully.i-N
cepl Bunday,at 11.40 a.m., returning,leavei Nelson at 6 p.m., arriving al Kaslo about B,80p,m,
c. p, R, Co.'s Btr. Kokanee leave* Kaslo daily.
oepi Bunday, ai 1 '.io a. in., arriving at Net-
n at 11 n. in.'; retuinii'.ir. leaves Nelson at 1 p.
in., arilvIiik ul Kuslo nl 7.:'M p. in.
For Argenta ami Lardo,Btr. Kokunee makes
round trips every Tuesday and Prhlny, leaving
Kaslo ni H.i.-i p.tn'.
Por Kuskonook, Pl. Sic,'lc,etc., lake Btr. K��
lunee Mondav.Wednesday and Friday at 7.N n
in., oi i. n ,y T. co.'s str. Aslberta Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at t p. m.i thence bi
���tags ' i Fort Steele Wednesday and Baturday
The following Is n  I
Knslo lo surrounding I
West or North.    Miles
Whitewater. .. 17
Meat l.ake '10
McGulgan      IW
Hiinilon, II hour* .  . M
Cody  81
Throe porks 33
New Denver  88
Itosebery 41
Silverton 48
Blocan City 86
Nnkusp.. 70
Burton City  OT
Lardo      ir
Argents 20
Duncan City N
Hal:*.yonHot3pr!ug<! W>
Arrowhead ion
r.'surla 109
Thompson's f.nnil'g. 113
froai Lake I lty....i��
l''.ir;';wni ISO
���iii*. II! htl   1!B
Vernon,..., 223
:'.'.'. IttUn 2f3
Kamlnops    . .ll'-l
Anherolf 808
I.ytton SW
Vale i00
New Wostinlnster. .-r<i:i
Vancouver, M brs. .M.'
Victoria, 69 hours. .696
Si-nttlc, 2S h( nr* .. .580
Tncosnu, SO hour*. .020
Portland, 44 hours, ,0821
s from
Miles.
able of iiisian,
ustness points;
Kn*t or Bouth.
Ainsworlh   .
I'ilot   May 20
Ralfmir ��8
Bancs 88
Nelson. 4 hour* 42
Ymir 60
Robson 70
Trail ��0
Northport, 7 hours.108
::i -s'.aml 10hours..1.0
Boisburg IH
Marcus ll'O
���r���nd Porks 110
ureenwooil 1F2
Amwii is K8
Boundary    2(0
Midway 204
Spokane. 13 hours..218
Kuskonook 'i
(.oat Klvcr i5
nV.llngton(Rs'kvi't*)'.7
Port lllli , ',6
Lucu H8
llonner's Perry, 18 hi 0
Moyle City 1V6
Hwuniicn 1C5
Wiir.lncr. B.C K0
Cranbrook IfO
Port Steele UO
Canal Plats UO
Windermere 210
Donald 212
Uolden ,. .210
Banff 814
m
KASLO!
THE BUSINESS CENTER
OF THE
AINSWORTH
MINING
DIVISION !
f
i^And the  gateway to the Great Slocan With Its Score or More of
dividend
Paying
properties
1
Kaslo, ^e City��f Energy!
Is Also A City of Homes.
Beautifully Situated on Kootenay Lake. With a Delightful
Climate, lt ha.s Churches, Schools, and Public Reading Rooms
Well Graded streets.    A Good Local Telephone system.
The Best of Electric Light and Power Plants. Daily Communication with
the Outer World through two Great Railway and Steamboat Companies.
Large Pay Rolls from local Lumbering, Ore Sampling and Other Industries,
f OVER $20,000
Is being expended in Public
Improvements This Year !
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Caldwell & Evans,
Mining properties, stocks anil Real Estate for
INSURANCE AND LOANS.
Correspondence Invited
Mte: ll F. CiLDWELL.and U. EVANS
KASLO, B. C.
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