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VOL. III.
KASLO, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 10,1898.
NO. 38.
NO REPORT PROM SANDON.
Although arrangements were made
by the News for wire reports of the Independent convention at Sandon last
night, for some unexplained reason,
none came. The full report will be in
tomorrow's News.
Parliament Prorogation  To-Morrovr.
Ottawa, June 9.���When the house
met this mosning the flrst minister
agreed to the wishes of the opposition
In postponing the discussion of the
Drummond County Ry. committee's report till next session.
Mr. Poster asked an intimation as to
when prorogation day could be looked
for, and saw no reason why business
should not be cleared off the order paper by Saturday. The premier concurred in this view, which practically
settles the question that prorogation
will take place on Saturday.
UNITED STATES APT TO SEIZE TI Mill ISLANDS
British Merchants Urge Uncle Sam to Keep the Philippi
-    . -To Annex Hawaii at
Fiirfter Details
Boinhrdiiiii of tbe Santiago Forts���Spanish Losses in tlie
Barter fferc Very Heavy.
SHAUGHNESsSY WILL NOT COME.
C. P. R. Vke-Pres. Gives Strsfo the
Go-by This Trip.
The str. Kokanee brought in word
last night that Vice-President Shaugh-
nessy of the Canadian Pacific Hallway
left Nelson by special train yesterday
afternoon at .'J o'clock for Slocan City,
and would probably not visit Kaslo.
President G. O. Buchanan of the
Kaslo Board of Trade received a despatch last ovening about 8 o'clock saying that Mr. Shaughnessy would loave
Kobson last evoning by str. Hossland
for Nakusp und that would be the only
point where ho could bo reached from
Kuslo. Throe members of the committee appointed to meet Mr. Shaughnessy
wore last night In Sandon, viz: Messrs.
McAnn, Hartin and Greon. Mr. -Buchanan wired ttam so that they could,
If they should see fit, goon to Nakusp
ftind meet Mr. Shaughnessy there.
Three Spanish Warships RaiDOFed to Have Ford Their Way Into Havana Harbor���27,
Troops Due at Santiago Tomorrow.
Honolulu, via San Francisco, June 0. t engagement at Santiago two sliolls
���The chief'city of Guanuhun, one of struck thc Vizcaya and ono thc de
the Ludrone islands, is well fortified j stroyer Furor. Tho firo for several
for such a small place and affords ono j liours  was  terrible.    On   the   Keina
Larilo-Duliciin Mooting To-Nlglit.
President G, O. Buchanan of tho
Lardo-Duncan association has called a
meeting for this evening at 8:30, at
Goodenough & Wahnslcy's annox. The
object of the mooting is to secure the
opinion of the association as to tho
host methods of expending tho $10,000
appropriation of tho Provincial government for tho Improvement of that
region. This masting should bo well
attended, as an oarly development of
this rich district will bo of laoalcul-
ablo benefit to tbo business interests of
Kaslo.
of tho best harbors and coaling stations
in the Pacific. About six months ago
the fortifications were strengthened by
the Spanish to present a formidable resistance In case of attack.
It Is understood that tho U. S. will
seize the. group and lino the island of
Guanalian for a Pacific coaling station,
in addition to any others she may seise
In the future. Tho Charletson was ordered to wait at Honolulu for the first
lleet of transports to take thorn to the
Ludrones. it is said that the island will
be garrisoned and that aftor quiet is
restored tho Charleston with tho transports will goto Manilla.
Mercedes 5  soamen  and   25   marines
were killed and 12 wounded.
Havana Ulockml.s Reported llroken.
Key West, Juno 9.���There are persistent rumors here credited by Bomo
high naval officers that three Spanish
warships have forced their way into
Havana harbor.
DOMINION DAY AT NELSON.
Nelson is preparing to do Itself proud
on Dominion day, judging from the
program just issued In tho .Miner, Tho
prizes are liberal, and  thero is much
that he claims, even if ho does not
stake it in such a mauner ei to include
it all, which ho 6eldom does. i
By a recent decision of the courts a
prospector lost a claim because of inability to securo tho post necessary to
murk the location. The amendment
provides that in cases where claims aro
staked above tho timber line, or the
prospector can not securo tho necessary posts, lie may erect monuments of
earth or stoue.
In staking an extension tho posts aro
often planted so as to form a wedge-
Bhftpe fraction between two ends of the
two claims. Those fractions have often incurred groat expense, not only in
recording and surveying, but in casts
where they carry tho load, and thus bo-
come of such value as to promote litigation. Tho amended act authorizes
tho surveyor to include such fraction,
provided it does not cover moro than
51.66 acres, the area of a full claim,
uud provided further that two location
posts are together.
Bj failure to record assessment work
within the required period Of one yoar,
either through oversight or tho mlu-
understanding of partnership interests,
valuable claims havo boon lost. Now,
if a prospector fails to record the work
within a yenr, lie lias SO days' additional time in which to make the record by
payment of an extra 110.
Another ohange   regarding   the   as-
New Strike on Whitewater Deep.
I, D. Holland,  who visited Sandon
t aud the Slocan lake towns in tho past
few days. ha3 returned and reports that
fthe mines la general are putting on a
full force of mon again.    At Whitewater, on his return, he visited the
rhltewater Deep and says that a new
strike was uncovered at the end of tho
tyong straight tunnel Wednesday morn-
ag.   The vein is 10 Inches wide and as
ine ore as has been found In tbe mine.
Various building improvements are be-
Jinff made about the mine and about 50
oen are employed.
Want Uncle Sum to Keep Philippine*.
London, June 9.���Whatever may be
the policy of tho U. 8. towards tho
Philippines,' tho Knglish capitalists
whoso investments thero givo thorn the
right to speak with authority upon the
condition of the colony, nro of one
mind. Delegations of loading men,
representing some of the most important interests of tho Philippines, havo
called upon Ambassador Hay to urge
him to mako representations to the
government of their doslro that tho U.
S. should retain permanent possession
of the Philippine Islands. Thoy aro
agreed in tbo belief that with tho
guarantee of a good govornment tho
Philippines would become a richer and
even more desirablo possession than
Cuba.
,Kiiiiii,i'i,t Capture of Mtttiillu.
87,000 Nol'.lcrs Sail for Santiago.
London, June 9.���Tho Times Washington correspondent cables that tho
U. S. army sailed from Tampa Wednesday noon iu force. It numbers 27,000
men, composed of infantry, cavalry, artillery, ongineers and signal corps,
General Shafter in command. The
transports are duo at Santiago Friday
or Saturday.
Wants Hawaii Right Away.
Washington, Juue 9.--The president
has in contemplation the submission of
a special message to congress calling
for the immediate annexation of Hawaii as a military necessity.
Spanish Losses In  Santiago Harbor.
London, June 9,���Tho Madrid Standard correspondent says:   During the
Madrid's Hopes uuil learn.
New York, June 9.--A despatch to
the World from Madrid suys: A ramoi
Is current that a part ol the reeWvi
fleet loft Cadiz today. The naval authorities propoao to make a prolonged
mystery of thc whereabouts of this
lleet to perplex America. The American operations against Santiago cause
gruvo apprehension in Madrid as tho
land defences aro weak. Tho anxiety
is due to a prosontiment taat the
Americans wills make a desperate rush
and selzo Santiago and destroy Cervera's fleet which would entail sorious
political consequences in Spain.
enthusiasm In the smeltor city over tiie
coming celebration. Tho sports and
prizes, as thus far arranged, are as foi
lows;
Drilling contest, 1385.
Horso races, $500.
Baseball, 1126.
Lacrosso,  $125.
Band, $250.
Bicycle races, J50.
Tug oi War, $25.
I lose reel races, $300.
Boat race, $100.
Incidentals, $.%0.
100-yard raco���First, $10; second; $5.
Prospectors' raco���First, $7.50 ; soc-
ond, $5.
Boys' race, opon���First,  $2; second,
$1.00.
Boys'  race,  under   10 years���First,
$2; second, $1.
Girls'raoe, under il years ���First,
$2: second, $1.
Chinamen's race���First, $2; seoend,
fl.00.
Potato raoe *������ First, I7.6Q; second,
13.80.
Vaulting   with  pole���First,  14; second. $2.
Standing long, jump ��� First,   ��2:
second, $1.
Standing  high  jump ��� First, S3.5Q;
second, $1.
l'.vtia Oerniun Cruiser ut  Manilla.
New York, June 9.--A Berlin despatch says that Germany's naval force
at Manilla Is to bo strengthened by an
additional powerful cruisor.
New York, June 9.-A Hongkong despatch to the World says: A report has
reached ftere that Manilla has fallen
and Is said to bo occupied by the Philippine insurgents.
CHANCIKS IN MINIMI LAWS.
The following changes in tho British
Columbia mining laws should bo carefully studied by those interested in
mining in this Province:
First of these refers to the location
of fractions. In all fractions surveyed
from now on, whether staked correctly
or not, the surveyor may adopt the
boundary lines of the surrounding
claims, provided no side exceeds 1500
feet In length. Iu other words, the locator is entitled to tbe vacant ground
sessmest work is in that particular
which called for work to tho amount of
$100 each yoar. Now, a minor can do
and record as many assessments as he
ploases in a year by paying the recording fee lor each assessment dono to the
extent of $100.
In ease anybody should adverse an
application for a certificate of Improvement and crown grant, the contestant
must have his claim surveyed imine
diately and lilo a plan made aud signed
by an authorized provincial land surveyor with the writ.
To obtain a orown grant In 1890 ii
was necessary to do assessment work to
the amount of $500 and to havo the
claim surveyed, which moatit another
1100. In 1897 the act was amended so
us to provide that up to .May 1,1898,the
cist of such survey should count as
work done on the claim, not to exoe id
$ioo. in plain Knglish, it counted aa
an assessment and us work toward the
crown grant. A survey generally costs
(100, The last legislature extends thi*
time to May I. ISilll.
Hereafter, in adverse proceedings Io
o,iiiui's'tion with tho title to mineral
claims, bofoW) any court, each parly le
the proceedings shall givo affirmative
i fldenos of title. Heretofore the burden ui proof was on tho contestant.
Tho fee for recording assessment
work has beon reduced from $2.75 to
$2.50. Heretofore the feo for recording
assessments has beeu 25 cents higher
than other fees.
Anybody who pulls down a legal post
erected to mark a boundary or location
of a mineral claim, or any writing by
law required to bo thereon, is liable to
imprisonment for six months or a fino
of $250, or both. This is supposed to
ba directed particularly toward preventing the use of old posts by people
who rcstako a claim and sometimes destroy evidences of a prior location.
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Monday at KASLO, B. C.
By The News Pub. Co.
Subscription, 81 per month���Advertising rates made known on application.
JUNE, 1S9S.
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THK PROGRESS OF THE WAR.
ll aeomp to bo but a matter of a few
days more or a fortnight at the out-
hide, until the Spanish-American war
in practically settled. Tho defenses at
Santiago arc gradually giving way and
the large land forces ah eady disembarked there and on the way thoro can
rapidly follow up the subjugation of
Uie Spanish In Cubit,
The linal settlement of the results of
the war may occupy mouths, but the
real and liutil actions are all apt to be
concluded before July.
It is well that this is likely to be so.
War between two nations of different
hemispheres has a disquieting effect
upon the trado and commerce of the
world, Spain will soon have her lesson in humanity Learned, and tho United Slates can then settle back into the
walks of peace,
The lessons of the war will show
that nations, liko Individuals, must behave themselves with some regard to
public opinion; and if they do not sec
lit to observe and respect public opinion, they will, quite likely, be compelled t j do so.      *
ADDITIONAL LOCAL MR.NTION.
Bead tho Kaslo Morning News.
1) P. Strobeck and P. C Turner came
up from Ainsworth last night.
John Koen, recorder and governmei t
agent, returned to Kaslo last ovening,
much improve i in health.
Mrs. Geo. Morris, wife of the editor
���"������I   t s.sl.s.1,,,,,.
At a mooting ot the Leviathan Min-
ln {Ca Ui id V ��� ini iday evening, Gay
Reeder resigned his directorship, on
account of a contemplated long prospecting tour, and F. 17 Archer was
elected director in his place. The tunnel is now In 1<S0 feet, und the ledge, is
dipping, so that it is further to catch
than at lirst supposed, but the workers
feel confident of getting it within the
next 10 or 12 foot.
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m
MIR IK G RECORDS.
I'RANSMlBa
[Whon no consideration is mentioned
tho nominal sun of $1 is understood.1
June I).���No transfers recorded,
LOCATIONS.
June 9.���Ilidde, south I'ilot Bay, by
J. Ratllgen.
E. A. C., on True Blue mtn., by L.
Seholl. ���
Olympia, same, by A. Johnson.
Hill side, same, by A, 0. Mooers.
���SH.l.V.H.'Il.l    ao
June 9.��� Cariboo by ti. Koons
Island Hoy, Silver Plume, ReBurgam,
Yankee Kid,   Dnnregan,   Silver  Six,
Athol and Lydia A. by H. A. Cameron.
Monoton utri Bllizardby W.Stewart.
METAL 'MUTATIONS.
New York, June D
l.l'ilil    Slrii.ls , l-.'i,,,
|3.7-s_(8.8-,
Silver, '���-'-. ���
.'!�����' |irl,v, 13,00, SXOb&ng
ORE SHIPMENTS,
from .Inn. 1, 1198, tn ilalu mo   loading mini��
ofthe Blocan region bavti wipped ovsi the
Kiel,'.'.-. "Iim nn Railway for, wttar transportation from Kaaio, us follows!
Mino. Ton.! Mine.
Payne      gOotl Bun lta. ..
Until     208- Kld-llty.
I ivcr-fan.
Whitewater
Reco	
Slocan Ktnr*.
BaniMersCarlbo
Lucky .lim	
1,11*!   I  lllllli'i'
Goodenough	
Dardanellea	
silver null	
���i..a-.
4'J
IS
's'O
.     170
48
ir,
.    678
M
20 Antolne     Ut
B7 Alu       tti
112 Ml milivk            58
860 Queen Bent...
128 Jackson	
Htttjtilbton	
900 Vfoute.uma'
HSU I'liai'lOHlOU
* Concentrate*.
The following In a mutinl statement of ott
hlilpniLiits over Hi,,* C. P. lt. from felocen nml
Larilcuu points sliuu January 1ft, not tnoluded
In the foregoing:
Mini*. Tori��LTSfiTie7~ ToiiiT.
Vancouver      40 silver cup     -ito
(Slocan Star    2do!Waverlejp      oo
Payne   Itisti Idaho    ...  loot)
Enterprise     40 Queen Bog.     010
(Concentrates.
Of the foregoing, the following have paid iliv-
Idendi nn follows;
Payne fl.soo.aooiNoblb Five.... 407)55
iloi mi *eir .       100,000,Ooodenough.. :i-.', ui
Hmli    808,uoo|Wa��hlDglon, . 20,000
Reco     287,,'ioOiJackeon  20,000
Itniiilslei'-Cnil..      4U.I ihiSurprise  20,000
Jlesldcs the foregoing,Other mines, unitook.
ed, have pnh! dividend! ns follows:
Idaho..". 71 240,000 Last Chance.,.     stTooo
Whitewater,.,   UM.OOOlAntotno     86,000
Slocnn Hoy....     26,000iMonltor       15,000
Following i*. n I'omparnllve stiUenient of oro
���hippoii from pans of thc Slocan and siituwortta
raining district , passing through lbs custom
ol the Ntinalmo Freo   Press,  who has p��usn st Kaslo tc fori       mullets (ot tbo fl
iceordeJ months of 1-96, all of ls(M undl897
been on a \isit   to   [Woods   lu   Whlw
water, wus a \ Islto to Kaslo yesterday,
.She left this morning for her  home on
tho coast via Spokane, accompanied by
her grandson, who haa up lo his departure, acted as a newsboy for the
Kaslo Morning News at Whltowater.
Year.
(irn.'s Weight   ilrn>* Viitiiei.i
ol Hie In CDS,    Ore 111 llullius,
wi., (tmonths)         2,202,800 $  lll,.vii
IS'i, [12 11 His).   .        '.���: :;ii.,M 1,114,118
LS07(12months)....       ..,,���,   M 8,0M,8M
Totnl*         99.14.1.SOI W.328.49
STOCK CH'OTATIONB.
Following Is a table of ihe leading stocked
mining eompanles of the 8loean and Alnnworth
mining divisions:
Companies.
Xo. of   ;   Par   |Mar-ef
sh lies     W.lue i Value
17 Fltterling, president ot the  Can-; ��� !	
"   r Payne.   I 1,000,000!     ?...M)    1}
adian Pacific M. & M.  Co.   at  Alns- USt-*.8*.'"::: ..."..i ''S'w*1    ��"w| *i����
__. , .,       .,  , ,       I Reco   I l.OOtjW     ll.ooi   1.60
worth, came In on   the   Kokanee last  Noble Klve I i.mo.ooo;     1.00     .18
* ��� I Washington > l.OOO.OOOl       1.00      .26
night.   He is in town ln tbe interest of, R��mWer-Cariboo.... ; 1.000,000      1.00     .22
:��� I sn-prlso !     226,000,       l.OOi   $
the company and to attend lo some per-, liootolmgh.'','.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.j    m'wo
,, , 1,.,       ! Oreat Western..;       800.000
sonul business   relating   to   his   Alns-   JiiobsonlXoTth'nBell), l,fn��.i,0rsi
I Amerlian I.<iy  1,000,000
Kiislo-Monte.'.;aiia i l.liro.OfKJ
DardanoUes I l.ooo.ouo
i oihson I    oso.too
worth properties.
Wonderful j 1,000,000,
I 6t. Keverne  1,000,0001
���,   ,,       _                                      .                  -Idler  1.000,00?
Wulher Beattv, the escaped prison-  London Hill I 600,000!
��� I'.Ini'U PinmOnd j 1,200,001)!
er, charged with cutting Gust  Lof-|^V.7".".".\:.:::; _$ffi
Mel-eod.'.'...'.'..'.'.!".'! lldoolooo
 '. 1.000,000]
Beatty lielng Trnccd.
stodt, is said to have dined at Sproules Twin"
l.oo'
l.ool
.30
l.oo!
1.00:
l.OOi
1.00
l.uo
1.001
LOW
1.00;
.251
.50
1.001
1.001
.25
.80
.25
.16
.25
.09
.17'.,
,osv-
.01
.15
,11
1.00   ?
1 .Otll      .15
ljst    Sunday    evening,    and    passed     *No stock on the market
t irotigh vThree Forks on Monday.   Ho 	
itsupposed to bo lioading- north, j. Road KaMo'sionlyiciaily.
H
Apartments tor gentlemen.
Everything iirsi-rlass. A
dining room in connection.
MRS. J. ll DAVIS, rropricto.
McPhail block, Fifth aud
Front streets, Casio, B. (7
Sio, Fishermen.
Centra! Hotel,
KtONT ST., KASLO, B.C.
N-'w Building,���Newly Furnished Throughout.
Best Rooms in the City.
A FIRST CLASS BAB IN CONNECTION.
BEUTEB ,s CO.
Adams House,
KASl.O, IS. ('.
BATES, ��l PSB DAY  \N1> UPWARDS.
Adams Bros., Props.
Sole agents for PAB8T BEER, Milwniikee, Wis,
Giesrerich
Will supply you
with Everthing
Needful at Low
Nelson Mouse,
I- AHLO.H.C.
NELSON ,is BOSTRUM, PROPRIETORS
Nicely furnished rooms, linr well stooked. S|n>
kaneseor on  Draught i>y Schooner or quart
II, -I free limeli in ilu- olty.
Silver King Hotel
OTTO AUQOBTINR, PROPRIETOR,
Bar and Billiard Room
l i CONNEI TION.
B (loin |3 per week up.   Newlv furnished
throughout,   Electric Lights,   Front nt-, next
ihmr to Posl Office, Kaslo, u. C.
Lake View
Restaurant.
HY P. P, I'OBSOM.
Reasonable Prloel and Qood Living
FROKT STREET,
KASI.ll. B.C
McLeod Hotel.
ARGENTA, HKI'l IslI ( (II.I'MIIIA,
Men House.   Newly Fund bed,   Qood Aoootn<
modatious. w. ll. iiki.l, Propr.
/i 7.7,7 in a Hotel,
R08RONOOK, H!: 1'1'lsll COLOMBIA,
Otherwiia Armstrong's Landing
mi,i Ooal Kiver Lanalng.
Mrs. Wm. Middloton, i'ropr.
We eater eepeolally to the trawling piiblle.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
,-^rf-v^^-^^^N-"'
I)
It. J. P. It. ROGERS.
rilYSHiAN AND SI'ltUKON,
Graduate Trinity I'liiveinlty, Toronto, Out
Member of Colloge of l'liysirituns niul Surgeons.
Licentiate of tho E. 0, Council,   Late ol Sew
York  Hospital" and  I'olvi'liiile.    Ofllce on   A
av. Hospital, cor. Mb St. nml ll ave., Kn*lo,ll.r.
I)R. A. S. MAi;.SIlAl.l.,
DENTIST.
flraduatoof American College,OhioagO
KASLO, B. 0.
W. J. TWISS,
��tu uoiai^ oAU Mining isroKcr!
INSURANCE
Tire, Life, Accident nml Guarantee.   Kront 8t.
KASl.O, II. C.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVE&1 I8KMENT8
FRUITS !
Confectionery,
Tobacco, Cigars /'
Best In evory lino. A stock of fancy groceries Is soon to bo added to our stock.
Carney Bros.,
Front fit., opposite Kanlo Hotel, Kaslo, B. C.
J. Turner & Co.,
roHtollico Box 88.
Wholesale dealers in Hay,
Oats, Bran, Chop & Fruits.
Agent for Marshall's Teas,
importers of Cigars and Tobacco. Mail orders promptly filled.   .*	
Front st., near News Olliee. Kaslo, B.C
K
OOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
White Labor.
improved Machinery.
The Best 7'ork at
i      "-uble  Prices.'
Kaslo, B.C.
t   fr%
prices,Steel rods.
Jointed or Telescoped;   Hooks,
Baits and Flies; Silk tines, enamelled and waterproof;
Landing Nets, Reels and alt Kinds of Repairs. A full
line of Hammocks and all kinds of Sporting Goods.
In the Grocery Department, a line lino of Fancy Groceries will soon
arrive.   Try our Klondike Deviled Crabs, now here.
In the Clothing Department, try our celebrated lighter weights  of
Health Underwear for warmer weather.'
H.Giegerich
Kaslo,    Sandon,    Ainsworth
-   i-]-hiii   n- Mssiiiiiw__^___M_____w_-i_B_iMeiM-.BB__MwMi__Mi_i____ijjj   __i . ���_ ins __���   ���!��������������������__���!��� mmmume.ee���mmeamei
f'^or the Jobbing   | rade !
.I'.iHt Kreolvod, it Largo Invoice of Cigars, Including KEY
WKST, SVLVIA. OLYMPIA, CORONA, DEL KEY, ES-
I'ANOLA, TUIU.MPO, MONOPOLE AND SWELL !
This is in addition to my already well  established  GROCERY
mA,,K I, A. RICK ERS.
THE KASLO GR0CEBY, Fr''"tB,rm'b^cnT^!.7y^K^iumb...'
Stocks
and Dies
Screw
Plates
Greneral Harclw^are !
Paints, Oils, Garden Tools.
Hamilton Byers,   Kasl(>
AO.BNT TkL'AX AUTOMATIC ORE CARS.
Sandon.
THE
LEVIATHAN
Gold Mining and Milling Co., Ltd.
tllces at Kaslo, B. C.
Capital, $2,000,000.
NOW IN OPERATION ON KASLO MOUNTAIN.
This property comprises 10 claims 00 an iron capped ledge
ovor throe miles long and over 50 feet wide.
Tbe tunnel Is In  over  150 feet and still progressing.
Surface assays have yielded trom $5 to $10 por ton In gold.
A limited amount of Troasury Shares for sale.
This property is likely to bo Kaslo's Le Roi.
C. H. EVANS,      JAS. SPEIRS,      SAM'L FAWCETT,
President. Vico-Pres. Secretary.
P. BURNS & CO., <j
KASLO   MARKET.)
All Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meals. (���}
FISH m POULTRY IN SEASON fl
If you want tho news wlillo it
it IS news, subscribe for the
Kaslo Morning News. Its
only $1 per month	
If you're after the nows���red
hot from the wires- read the
News.       :*.:::
Notii'c to the Publio.
Sprague, Wash., May 31,1893.
To Whom it may Concern:
All persons aretiotified that I will not
be responsible for, debts contracted by
my wife, Boolta Davies. J. B. Da vies.
STEAMER HALYS.
CAPTAIN W. W. freer,
Does Jobbiuz Trado on Kootenay Lalie.^
Leave orders with Oeotge Hubor, Interna-]
tional Wharf, Kaslu.
For Freshest Fruits
-8ER-
W. Meadows^
Front Street, Opp Wite Steph-
.nson's Drug Store, Kaslo. ..
Also Fine line of CONFECTIONER'S
TOBACCO AJfD 0WAR8. Did You
EVER !
See such a nice line of
Fisiiino; Tackle as wo aro
-howiiif? this mouthy
Take a look at it and
bo convinced that it is
tbo bent in town. It don't
cost, any thing to look,
and if you buy, you will
find prices lowest of the
low.
Fine Watch Repairing.
LAMONT & YOUNG,
FRONTS'!'..     -     KASl.O, ll,('.
Sporting Goods a Specialty.
nw
Official Directory.
DOMINION DIKEI'TOKY.
(iovornor-Cli'ur:��l .      Karl Ol AlK-rdei-n
l'ruiuier    ....     Bit Wilfrid Laurier
Member EtOUM Ol < lom1110115,ixmiInlon I'arllament, lor Wait Kn���icnay    .   Hewitt Uosloek
provincial DlBBCTORY.
l.leut.-Oovcrnor      . Hon. T. K. Milnnes
Premier      ....       Hon. J. II. Turner
Attorney-General .      Hon. D, M. Klierts
Com. of Lamia a ml Work,'.   .   Hon. 0. B. Martin
Minister Mines &ud Edut-ntlon . Hon.Jis.Ba.ltor
l'resiileni Executive Council . Hon.C.lt.Poolej
l'rovim'lal Mineralogist
Members,lsogHntiv ��� Isai in 1-1 v for Wesl Koot-
enay���North Biding       ...    J. M. Kellle
South Killing I.t. Hume
KASLO 0P1 IC1A1  DIRKCTORY.
Mayor Clian.W. McAnn
Aldermen- A W. tiniMii-iuuigh, l'.E. Archer,,), ll.
Moore, (I. Hartin, D. W   Moore, Oeo. VYhiteslil
City Clerk
Police Maglatiate
city Manual
Aanlilaut
Auditor
Treasurer
Assessor
Water Commissioner
Health Olhi'
B. B. ' 'Illinium
Alex Luoai
.   M. V. AdaniH
W. A. Milne
('. 1). McKenzie
.    B. 11. illi-en
.       S, P. Tui-k
R. A. Cockle
Dr. J. P. II. Sogers
Citycounotl meet* every Wednesday 4 p, m.at
���llyliall, lib St., bctwotfU FKnt nt- and A ave.
VOM'NTKEK I'lHK DEPARTMENT.
Chief        .        . . .        Hugh P. Kletehet
Klrat Dejiulv Chle) . . . <"'"��� B��ra
Second Depot; Chief. . . . Joint <iillln
Third Deputy Chlel     .     ���     Oao. Whiteside
Btoretiry Archie Won I*
Treasurer dm Adaml
DISTRICT Dllt.-:< TORY.
Mining Hi'cor.l, i   tssoMor-TaxCol, . .lim.Keen
Collector ol Customs j.k Mcintosh
Sohool Trustees   VugustCarney, J. D. Moore,
0. 0. Iliicban.iii   Principal    l'rof. .las. Hislop.
KASLO I'dSTol-'l Ii B,
General delivery open dailv (Hnnday* excepted) fromSa. m. until 7 p. in. Lobby open Irom
7a. in. to9..io p, m, .Mails f..riles|mieii close every evening oxcept Saturday and Sunday, at 0
p.m. Haflsarrlvi Irom Cnlted States and lake
points dailv exes Mt Sunday, at 9.80 p. m. Kroin
C. l'. it. an<1 Bio an polnu, arrive dally, except
Bunday, at4 ii ui. Registration oflleo openS-SO
a. ni., i'.:<o p. in Monoy order office and Post-
nfflcu Havings Bank open9a, m. to. )-. in.
_, II. iiKKfc.N', I'n.-linaalur.
CH0RCI1  pIRBt'TOKY.
MKTHODIBTCHUltriH   Cor. C and Mh ���_   Divine servioi   avers Bunday n a. in. nud 7.��op.
m. Bunday sohool S w .  rangers, weleome,
;- ���.   i. \ H...nl, Pastor.
PRESBYTERIAN i HI Bl 11   Cor. 4th St. Mid H
ave. Services every Sunday 11 a.m. and 7.:w
p. in. Bnnday sohool and B  il  ���,3.90 p.m.
Prayer meeting v,. dneadaj evening 8 o clock.
neeseata. Strangers heartily welcome.
I!,v. \. !���  Menzies, Minister.
CHURCH OP ENGLAND   Bonthwesl cor. ol C
avo. and Mh ��l  Beryieee ev. iy Sunday at 11 a
m. and7.H0 p, in. All arucoidlally Invited.
Rev. David Richards  Mlssloncr In Charge.
catholic ciiru' ii curlier c avenue and
nth st. No rci'.uln!'|,ai*ioi at present. Occas-
ioual servii-i i by ipeoial announcement.
FRATKKNAI. nm IA NI/.ATION8.
���      MASONS���Kaslo Ixi-lgc No. as, A. P. A
m\      A. U,, meats tlrst  Monday In every
%r   W   month al  Masonic ball over Green
/VyV    Hro-'. store.   Visiting brothers   iu-
/���\   viii-i to ai,,-mi.     H, Byers, w. M.
E. E. Chipman, Secretary,
MASONIC CHAPTER   Kootenay chanter, It.A.
M., holds regular convocations on tin-   econd
Tuesday of each month In Masonic ball,Kaslo
Visiting companions nie cordially invited.
Chaa. Truiubull,.Serii," E.       B, E. Chipman, '/..
MACCABKBS -Slocan Tenl Ho, 8, Knights of
the Maccabees, meets second aad fourth Monday* of each month al Livingston's ball,K��-lo
Visiting Knights cordially fnvHed.
Vi. A. Davies, Cominnlidir
rPolph Johnson, Keeper ol Kcords.
FORESTERS   i ourl Kuslo No. 8387,  Independent Order of Foresters.    Meels 4th Friday   of
each month    iu  VjOtorla   houqj-     Visiting
brethren are cordlallv Invited.
W. B. Strathern, Ohlel Hanger.
Vi. J. Hall, Recording .-;. crelaur.
KASLO
Transfer
COMPANY.
General K.xpioBs nnd
(Transfer Business...
Dealers in
Ico, Hay,
OatB, Wood,
and Feed!
Spoclal Facilities for moving���
t
FURNITURE,
PIANOS, ETC.
��3ardens plowed, manured and made
ready for seed.
L. HANNA, Mangr.
Vslephone -No. 9. Front et. Kaslo, 1 >,C
LOCAL ANI) MttKHAI, MENTION.
Items of Iiitercst lo llic Citizens of Knslo, Occurring Here ami There.
Weston Coyney, the newspaper man,
well known In the Sloean last year,
and who has been In the Alaska swim
at Junoau and elsewhere for several
months, was a passenger on the schooner .lane Gray, whieh sunk last woek on
its way to Alaska, Coyney's usual
luck was with him, however, and he
was ono of thoso saved.
The best private boxes In town at
the Queen Restaurant. Open day and
nlglu. *
A new strike Is reported in thc Tin
Horn mine nt Fairviow cam]), and the
force has been largely increased.
Kosfiland's business streets will be
kept sprinkled nt public expense this
year.
Try the table at tho Davie lluusie.
Bee adv. *
Another one of the street cisterns,
built in '1)1-2 for lire protection, has
been Tilled in at tho corner of Fourth
Street and A avenue.
,1. ('. Baton was the Hrst Kaslo boy
to succumb to Cupid's charms during
June, as predicted by tho Nows. Tliere
are others���quite a number,
Por best rooms with or without board
try tlio Davis Ilouro.   Seo adv. *
The new fore-hearth of tho Hall
Mines smelter, said to bo the only ono
in America, was used for tho llrst timo
on Tuesday. Tho s'overboratory fur-
ikii'i wag also blown In at tho same
timo aftor a short stoppage.
Forest fires .aro said to bo raging
along tho Kootonay rivor, being so
thick ut times that steamboat men
have ditllculty in navigating.
For a first class cup of colfoo go to
tho Queen Restaurant, t now have
private boxes for ladies. F. I. Bradford,
proprietor. *
Provincial eloetions will occur exactly ono month from yesterday.
Sam Sehwander will givo a gold
ring, worth *20 to any one who can
produce a watch that he cannot put in
perfect order. He can be found at tho
Kstslo Drug store. Call and see
him. *
A. (i. Sprague, a barrister of Revelstoke, has turned up missing elueo Juno
1st. No cluo as to his whereabouts has
yot been found.
Lost���a Forrester's Kl)'d badge. Tho
Under will please return to W. J. Hall,
Victoria House, and receivo reward. *
Evory day parties of prospectors and
miner, aro starting for Trout lake,
Duncan lake, or sono of the many
creeks emptying into Kootenay lako.
Kxcesslve Modesty.
A Chicago newspaper tells of a lady
who is so modest she would not retire
so long as there was a copy of the
Christian Observer in the room. We
wonder If she would object to a Kuskonook Searchlight or a Ft. Steele Prospector.���Moyle City Leader.
IIhuiIU Creek sn-lli.-.
Red McLeod has come down from
Hamill creek, and reports what promises to prove one of the most important strikes of the season. Tho Scratch
Thistle,, Sunbeam and Rosebud claims
have already beon located on tliis load.
McLepd's friends ore congratulating
him, and admiring tbe rich galena
specimens from the new locations.
Is This Willit Von Are l.������,.'��� !���>���    I'or'.'
Comfortable, clean, well furnished
rooms by the day, week or month at
reasonable prices at the Victoria, A
avenue, near 5th street. No bar at-
tachod. Baths free to guests, A specially low rate of from $ii up per month
to permanent roomers.
\V  .1. Mali., Propr.
,
EDUCATION.
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN  THAT THE
annual examination ol candidates tor
eeriillniti-1 ol uuallfli atlnn lo teach In
tin publio School: ol Elm Province will be held
as follows nmoncln   on Mm,'ins-, .inly iih.
lsiis.at B:4o a. in:���
VICTORIA
in smith Pott Sohool Building.
VAN! OI'VI',1!
In IIIv-li Sohool Hull,ling.
KA'li.iM'i.;
In Public - I nol linllilinif.
Each applloant
mum lorwsrd a notloe, thirty
iniiii'ii. -iHtltisE ilu- class
I.- fur u uii-h In- will  lie  a
I'.llt'll II] 1(111''llll I IIIIIM  i"i swu'i ii iiuim-i ,  nine
iIiivh la-fore the examination, slallinr the CUM
ini-l grade u( ei-riiileiili -Inr Hliieli he villi lie a
candidate, the opl oaal - tblects seleoted,and
ni whieh ol tbe above pined place* he will
in whieh ol tbe'abov
attend.
Every notice of in tontion to be an applies
inii-i he aoaompanled with satisfactory tei
monlal ol moral ntiaractor.
ve
i-lin-'.il ini|i
lllil.-l he ili-eoili;iani,'i  -sun   sninsittcini..    ssw
monlal ol moral ntiarai lor.
Candidates are noil i Hint all ol tin- aboi
require ntsmuil i��- fulfilled before their ai.-
plications can be filed
All candidates for Firsl Clsss, Grade A, Cer-
tlflrates, IncludingGradnates, musl iiiu-ud In
victoria to take the iobject* presorlbed tor
July ISth and nth Instants,and lo undergo re-
i|iii'reil oral exainlnalion.
B, I). POPS,
Superintendent ot Bduoatton,
Eilucation Ofllce,
Victoria, Muy 4th, 1898.
SI
-0th Muy, IMS.
is BONO! R THE hlBOTENAKT-GOVlUB
,, nor has been plea*ed to appoint the undermentioned norsoua i" be Ctdleetors ol >otes,
under the provisions of sectionW ol the "Kc
distribution Act, ids*," namely;
JOHN    11. KIWI A 1,1 >. "I   Itevels-tiike, Inr    111,
Revelstoke  Hiding, West Kootenay  Electoral
District.
ALEXANDER LUCAS, Ol Kaslo, for thc
Blooan niillntj,  Wesl Kooienay Electoral Dls-
lllcl.
RODERICK r. T'lLMlE ol Nolsou, lor the
Nelson Riding, Wesl Kootenay ttlootoral Dls-
irli-l.
JOHN KIltKIT. ol Rossland, (or the lions,
land Khllng, \>esi   Kootenay Bleotonl  Dls-
U'lM,
And his Honor the l.ieiilenanl-llovernur lias
been pleased to appoint the undermentioned
person to i�� Distributing < ollootor, nmli r the
provisions of secllou 17 ol the >anl lot, iiiiine-
Iy:-
In   Ih��   former   Electoral   Dl-irict   ol    West
Kootonay,   oeorge   a. mcfahi.a.nd,   of
Nelson.
HIS HONOl'It THE  LIEI'TENAXT-UOVER-
nor has heen plonsed to make the following appointment:
.Y.th May, 1898.
W.   F.   R0BEEST1-X, ol  the   City   of  Mon
treal, Esiniin ,  U   I   -., lo ho I'rovincial Mineralogist vice wiilii'ui A. Carlyle, Esquire, resigned.
t
Just       f
Arrived
A Seasonable Line of
. Fine Groceries ,
Including Such Delicacies as
.Smyrna Dried Vigi. Preserved Now Orleans Figs.
Ram Lai Tea.    Clia*.o .V Sanborn's Coffees.
And all Noted Brands of Coffee, Mecca, Mocha and Java.
Cross cfc Blookwell's Pickles.
Patterson's Chutney Pickles.   Trench mustard.
Sliced Smoked Bsei and the Noted Beef Extract, Hovi-il.
We can furnish almost any  thing desired in  tho
Grocery Line.   But tbat is not all.
Our Men's Furnishing Goods.
Continue to comprise tho Largest and Finest Assortment in tho city.    Call
and sec them.
GREEN BROS.,
Comer A Avenue and Third Street. Kaslo. IJ. 0.
Public Spirited!
Subscribe For the
MORNING   NEWS,
And Get It Fresh.
Be Enterprising.
Advertise in
TheMorningNews
And Increase Your Business,
Brightest, Newsiest Paper
in the Kootenay.
GIVE IT A TRIAL
IT WILL PAY YOU.
C. E Jallette & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in
FRESH FRUITS
and VEGETABLES
Also Hay, Feed and Produce.
We ship direct from California and aro prepared to quote
��� the lowest market prices on all kinds of fruits in season.���
BAKER ST.,
NELSON, B.C- KAlLl'sOAP-  AMiKTKAMIIOATS.
Shortoet and quickest routo to the
Coour d'Aleoe mines, Palouse,  Lewis*
ton, Walla Wai hi, linker City mines,
Portland, San Francisco, Cripple Crock
gold mines and all points east and south'.
Only lino east via Salt Lake and Denver.
Steamer tickets to Europe and other
foreign countries.
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
three days for Sun Francisco.
Leave |       Spokane Time tkmedule
AST MAI I,   Wiillil'Aiillil, Port-
luii'l. Sun Francisco, BalterClty
8.00
J..IO.
dally,
8.00
a.m.
daily
unit the Kii-l
l.iii'Al, MAIL   Coeur d'Alenos,
Farming ton, Garfield,  Collax,
I'lllllllllll and Moscow,
Arrive
7.1:1
11. nn
da ily.
IvW
p. 111.
Sally.
For through tickets uml further Information,
ipply lo JAMBS WAt'iill,
Agt I. N. ct T. Co., Kuslo, lt. 0,
Or ut (1. It. sV N.Co.'.Milliee,430 Itiverslde ave..
Spokano, Waih.    II. M. ADAMS, General Agt.
or   w. 11. iii'i.iiritT, 11. l'. a., Por Hand,Ore
KASLO & SLOGAN R^
'I'liiiiis Hun on Pacific siumliiril Time.
Qolng Wait.
K.1HI ll. III. l.v. .
H.IH'ili. 111. I.V
8,90 ,1. ]���, |,v
O.fil 11. 111. l.v.
10.08 11. 111. I.v
to.is 11. m. l.v
In.;, u. 111. l.v
10,80 11. 111. Ar
TJMKCABD,
Dally
.      Kuslo, ..
.South Fork.
.Sprouta'a. .
Whltowotor.,
.Bear Lake, .
Doing Bail
Ai B.80 p, in
Ar ti.l.'i p. 111
Ar J.I,") p. 111
ArJ.OO p, in
Ar Lis p. 111
. MoGuigan At i.:;;i p. n
.(���inly Junction.. .Ar 1.12 p. in
Bandon  Lv i.uo p. m
OKI). F. Cul'KI.ANIl, Supt,
IttlllT. IliVINll, n. F. ,v I'. A.
J IU'!'
(iltKAT
N O It   I' II  K lt N
HA I I. WAV
Tlio surveyor's -bail] mude it the
Shortrst Transcontinental Route.
11 is ii,,, ni,���! modern in equipment.
It Is ihe heaviest railed lino.
I hami rook-ballast roadbed,
II ito-s,,- no eand iiesiTi*.
it wm-uIU without land grant or govt, aid,
It Is miled for Ihe OOUrtOSJ ol ils employes,
it Is only line serving mculs on In cuiTe plan,
Kootenay oonneotlon nt Bonnw'iFarry.Tiiai*
, in >���. Wednesduy, Tim nday .Saturday an dStinda j
���I'KAINS LEAVE i-T'llKANF..
Kaltward WW n. in I Westuurd B.M p.m.
Foi limps, tiekets and eoniplele  lliforinulioll,
nil on or nd,In��� 1.N..V T.I O.'iagtl, EC. A i. By.
ikI-oi CO. lilXON, Hen. Agt., Spoknne, Wn.
F. I . WHITNEY,<i. P.4T. A,St  Paul, Minn
The Canadian Pacific Ry.
���AMi.
Soo Pacific Line.
The cheapest, most comfortable and
direct route from Kiu.lo to all points in
Canada and tho United States. The
only line running through tourst carB
to Toronto, Montreal and lloston, and
through tourist curs to St. Paul daily.
Magnlfloent sleepers and dining cars
1111 all trains. Travel by this lino and
have baggage checked to destination.
Daily oonneotlon from Kaslo every
day, excepting Sunday, at 7.80 a. m.
Por E_uskonook and lake points, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Por Argontaand Lard i, Tuesday and
Friday at j.US p. m.
For full Information, call on �� address
ALDEB BISHOP,
Freight and Paawngei \gint, Kailo, li <
Or to W. 17 ANDEB30N, ,
Traveling Fit s. A:j!.. Nelsi,., !', C.
17 .1. COYLE,
iilsirlei PaaHUgM Agent, Vaneouvi r,
Write for Klondike Folder and Map.
dm rails
and Northern
.A 'elson (j: Fort Sheppard,
Red Mountain Railways.
The only all rail route without
Qhange of cars between Nelson and
Rossland n,"J Spokane �����)__ Kossland.
TIME (Aid..
I."live 6.30 fl. m Nelson Arrlv   bX, p. in
Leave IS��05 u. m...Rowland... Arrive 11.211 p.m
Leave 8.:UI a. m spokune... Arrive 8.10 p. m
The train that leaves Nelson at <>:i_o
a. tn. makes close connections at   Spo
kane with trains (or all . . .
C COAST POINTS.
Passengers for Kettle river & Boundary
ok. oonnect ai Marous with stage daily.
INTERNATIONAL
No ri gat ion cf Trading Co., w
si, uiiieis International and Alberta on Koot
,'iiuv Luke und River���Summer Time Card In of
(eel 1Mb March, 1SH8  Snbjeol to 1 hangs,
1\ 11 K11I1110K s p, in., kusii, j u. in. 1111 lowing or y
Also from Muy ,iii iteamer will makeiatne ti ii
1 .1.1, ��� Kanlo every Thunday 111 60'cloek a, m
Hornier'* ferry connection ivltb all paRiengei
Irnlinof- N." l;y.. ure. woatward at Kpokulo
it.iu p. in., or !'.. Bonner'i ferry tor the < ail al
1   1'.  ..    ,,, M...1.  >.,wl   l,,.rl lis ,,,,1   I 1,..III,li,I
KuskoBOok and Bonner's Ferry,
Str. Ainsworth.
1.,-nves Kuikonook al Uo'elook noon .Monday
Wedneiday nnd Prlday, upon arrival of Steamer Nr lion with paeiongeri from Kaslo, Aim
worth, Pilot Bay and Nolson. Ai rives ilonner'u
Ferry ll p. 1, , Monday, Wednoiday and Friday.
Leavei Bom ar's Perry - im" ,'l'u lay,Thuri-
iluy and Saturday, upon arrival of U. N. tralm
trom eait and weat, Arrive* Kuikonook 11 p.
iu.. Tiies,i��� v, Tnurida) and Saturday.
17 J, MATHEW8, Manager.
Mill,.'
k
The Fast Line,
Superior Service.
rhrouyh tickets to all points in Unitod
States and Canada. Direct Oonneotlon
with the Spokane Palls As Northern Ry.
TRAINS DEPART FItOM. Hl'OK ANF:
Xo. 1 West...8:33 p.m. I No. 2 East ,. Viutia. m
Tlclcota to Japan and China via Tn,' ��� ns
aad Northern Paul iie Steamship '
pany.    For tDftil'maUofli tii..o  cm
map* and tickets, upply to Btfta ti
Spokane Palls k ttoi'tbefn ana lta u ������������
inactions, or to tf* D> GlB&H,
Oeneral Agent, Spokane, Wu^.
A. D. CHARLTOH, Aiit. Oen. T?m. Agt.,
No, 255 Morrison St.. Portland, Ore
Write lor Map of Kootenay Country,
THAI BLEB'S OVIDK.
Summary of Railway und Steamer Xlm^
curdH Prom t*...r.t.,.
i'or Whitewater, Sandon, Cody, oto,, K. e, B.
Railway train* leave Kailo dally al hh, in,: rs*
turning, arris, -m Kanh��ata.M p. m,
For Three Forks, N,-w Denver, ftoeebery and
Nnkusp, tnke K.,vs. Ity. from Kailo to Bandon,
and thenee N,ii;u��p,1. si,,.'nn Railway, leaving
Bandon daily al fM a, tn.; returning, arrive
dailv iii s.niil, n ,it l.i,:, p. m.
F,,r Keveiitoko, Vancouver. Vletorla und other main line poinu on c. p. ii., i���,,,t Irom Nn-
k usp 1,, Arrowhead, can to Rovelitoke, tho toe
connect with eaeTand well bound tralm.
Por Silverton, Sloean City, take Str. Blooan on
sin1 un lake,connecting with N'..v S.at Rosebery.
For Northport, Bpokane, Roisland aud Uraud
Forks, take tue Sir. International trom Kailo
dally at 8.80 as nisi except Sunday, making 00c
neotlomal Five Mile Point with the N._>. F.8,
Ry.. thenoe to Northport. Prom Northport t"
Bpokane continue the railway, known south ol
Northport us the spokune full** A Northern, nr
riving ni Bpokane, Waih.. nt 8,1(1 p. in.
Or for Spokane, take I. N. A T. Co.'i BU, \i
berta from Kailo to Bonnor'e Kerry, Tuesday*
and Bal urday al 5 p. ta. and Thm flay   at '
is in 1 and connect al B01 r'l Ferry with Qreil
���-.. 11 lit in train* W Spokane, arriving nt 8J0
tlii foil iwl      ���
and'    ��� ige al :.,'rtii| ort lo tl
���iu li] . an i\ iin; rn Rouland at ll.aon.ni,
I ma .",1 ��� !- ��� reai In d irom Nolion vie
��� By. i" H on, thenee by river ��� b    aoi
, tin ne,- by C. it Vi, Ry. (a RAuland. Or,
: may be reaohi ! \ le Nakuipand Trail
i.ie. ���- ,\i row lal   - andl olumbla river.
,iel i .,1 ��� - and Boundary Creek 1 olnti.
takes. K, t ft, Ry, front Ni rtuporl to U ���   I org
,11 Marcus, Ilu nco ly ��� 1 ai rot   ro       it Ion
I,, ilu rorl ��� Pi nl B*j ��� il��on,etc., I, N. ,v
1 ��� ���:  Intel   . lonal leavei Kailo dally,ex-
cept Bunday,al ll.an u.m.. returning leavei Net-
ion 11 ', b. in., mi i von! al 1.11 .0 iil���,in-,-..::o n, in,
C, p. It. Co,'* sir. Kokanee li avi - K�� iio dallj
exeept Sunday, al T.80 a. ra . arriving at Nel-
10111    li turning.leavei Nelson at 4p.
ui . arrli Ing al Ke do at 7,mi p. m,
1., trgent* and Isirdo, sir. Kokanee makei
round trip '���' It ��� r" ul ij and Frld iy, lea> log
:       u at 8.15 p.m.
l-or K ml nn- il , Ft. Steele,etc., take Blr, Ho*
kanee Hondas',Wi Im laj andFrlda) at7.8(1 a.
1 , . or 1   N    i T, Co.1    ftr   Albarta 1 u<u la , .
11 i-.iuy and Saiurda] atfi 1   in.; thence by
���tage io 1 "ii. ii-s-ie Wednesduy nml Saturday,
The fiiUuwIin,' Is a tatjii.'
Kuslo to .iiiirouiiilli'.L! I,,.- in
West or N-irtt
Whitewater	
Dear Lake...
Mdiutgau	
Sandon, 8 hours
Cody	
Tine.' Forks   . .
'ev,- Denver
diitancei Iron
I points:
Hoiebory 41
Silverton  48
Blocan city m
Nakuip '0
Burton City 86
t.ur io     18
Ar -.-Mii  '20
i",m ",n City  Tsl
Hal' y.iiillotsprliiK.s 6:
., r iwhaao. ���.
uri.1
Miles.   KantorUouth,    MUei.
Aliisworlli li
Pilot Hay 20
llulloiir." T.{
'!!   Knm-H lis
;i   Nelson. 1 hours 42
88   Vmir CO
88   Kohison TO
Trull !KI
Northport, 7 houn.108
Rowland, 10 hours. .1.0
Bomburg 122
Marcus 130
(, rand Forks IW
i.roeiisvood wi
Aimeon !��    1WI
.   Roundnrv    2,0
li   Midway.
...108 i Spoknne, 18 hoars
i'i i ;:. v D! ���; Kujkoaook	
I.,ifio, |ty,.,slfl
:��� >:!     .   ,    Il-O
I
I'M InWi , . , ,. .
 -,'2-.\
���Mt	
i j.viloa S56
] 1 nie ..!.... 4(B
! sow Westminster. .503
Vancouver. 51 hrs. .512
I Victoria, D9 hours...6f��
I Seattle, 28 hourn .. ,580
���' Tacoma, SO hours. .1,211
Portland, IS houn. .662
m:
Zt   ,
, ... M 1
��� r,ton(h'kort��) T
: = ill >i
I'.I.I.S	
Hullnec'i Ferry, 18 hi- 0  ,
KO/K City l-.i I
SwaiUea ilit
Waninor. H.C 140
Cranbrook 1,150
Fort Hteele 160
Canal Flat ISO
Windermere 211)
Donald s 212
Oolden 110
liaufl - 814
-���PSSSbHS'
KASLO!
TH E BUSINESS CENTER
OF TIIE
AINSWORTH
MINING '
DIVISION !
^Ancl tlio  gateway to the Great Slocan With Its Score or More of
dividend
Paying
propertie
A
KasJo, ^ City ��f Energy!
Is Also A City of Homes.
Beautifully Situated on Kootenay Lake, With a Delightful
Climate. It has Churches, Schools, and Public Reading Rooms
Well Graded streets.    A Good Local Telephone system.
-Thc Best of Electric Light and Power Plants, Daily Communication with
the Outer World through tiro Greal Railway and Sican/boal- Companies,
Large Pay Bulls from local Lumbering, Ore Sampling and Other Industries.
Is being expended in Public
Improvements This Year !
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
CaSdwelS & Evans,
Mining properties, stocks and Real Eslate for
INSURANCE AND LOANS.
Correspondence Invited.
e.
Mdim: C. F. CALDWELL and (]. H. EVANS,
KASLO, B. C.
C--W7

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