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THE KASLO MORNIN
If you cannot see
(to rutid without-
tiring th'- EYES
you should have      *
V  -       ' ine ut them with	
ia pair of glasses. OStratlieiuii,
VOL. III.
KASLO, B. ft, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 25,1898.
NO. 51.
Mr VI,1
u
Was Seutenced for Shooting Angelo
Cirionnl.
The Prisoner Asked for the Clemency of the
Court-Jury Quickly Agreed.
WM REASSURES THE I S. OF HER IIMI
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1
MK. GKRE.WS PLATFOK.i.
Has Not the Slightest Won ef Interfering With Regard
to
Hill
La,st Wednesday the trial of Peter
Cline for tlio .shooting of Angelo Ciri-
onni in Kuskonook on the 25th of last
April, was held in Nelson before Judge
Drake. The details of the shooting
will be remembered by our renders, as
well as the result of the preliminary
trial of Cline. The ease occupied the
entire day.
In the indictment by the crown thero
were three counts, first, shooting with
intent to kill; second, shooting with intent to murder; third, shooting with
intent to maim. The evidence was almost a repetition of that brought out
at the preliminary examination.
Tliere was some difference in the
evidence of the Italian witnesses, in
regard to the details of the shooting,
their testimony in. regard to the possession of the weapon' ndt* 'agreeing
with the evidence ofthe (JfeffehSe. '
W. A. Macdonald,' Q. ,C.,'.made .the
.. address to tho jury for the crown, and-
.poi-ttatlout the dlffereiice.jHitween the.
several counts of the indictment; p��nd
eojfaniontinK ou the evidence. Tw". A.
GstUlh.r made an earnest plea on behalf of the prisoner. 1      : ���
The case was reviewed fairly by His
Lordship to the jury, who in the course
of his remarks stated that there should
bo no question of race or color in the
case. No matter what a man's nationality might be, he is entitled to protection whilo undor the British flag.
In a sparsely settled community like
this, every precaution must bo taken
to prevent the use of fire arms.
A verdict of guilty on the third count
was returned by the jury after being
out but it short time.
Before sentence was given the prisoner j*as allowed an opportunity to
make a statement, and he requested
the clemency of the court. He stated
that he had had considerable trouble
with the Italians while he was foreman, and on the morning of the shooting had gone to the titpekeepor and
drawn his time, not caring any longer
to remain among them. Aftor leaving
the office unarmed, with the solo intention of protecting the walking boss,
the*'row started and tho Italian drew
his gun. He hardly realized what he
was doing.
The story of Cline appeared to be a
frank, honest. statement of the case,
and the judge evidently considered lt
as such. His Lordship, ln passing sentence, said he would be as lenient as
possible. The sentence of the court
waa that he be confined tn the provincial penitentiary for three years at
hard labor.
Its Attitude Has Beeu and Will Continue to Be One of Entire Neutrality Between Spin and the United State.
'Voter" Shows Up   Its Imitations
and Inconsistencies.
Hawaiian Sofa Getting Ready to Harry to Manilla to Fijiit for
Army on a War Footing.
Sam���Placing tlie
Waahlrigton,-.rut_e 2*fc���The only im-  is believed by thoso  in   a  position to ; little reason to  doubt it- Kootenay is
portant development at today's cabinet
uieetinjj'was tlio positive settlement of
tlio question of the--, attitude of Germany with respect to the Philippines
The ieoretary of state lias received assurance's which settles beyond quostiou
all doubts on the point. Germany has
no intention, present or prospective, of
Interfering-in any way with the policy
or plans of the V. S. in regard to the
occupation of thc islands'. Its attitude
has been and will continue to be one of
entire neutrality.
know, that dirt will begin to fly   with-' to be congratulated on getting eonner
in a very short time. If this is a fact
! -and we believe it is���nothing but the
lake on the west and the mountains on
the east can prevent the growth of
Kuskonook. Keep your eye on Kuskonook.
N. Y. I.NTO KOOTENAY.
buys Nelson & Ft. Sheppard and Spokane Halls <$ Northern Ky.
llHWHliiin Soliilers Kilter V. 8. Service
Honolulu, June IT,via San Francisco
June 24.---Orders have been issued requiring all members of the Hawaiian
national guard, active and honorary, to
report immediately to their respective
commanding ollicers, tho amount nnd
character of any equipment in their
possession. The movement probably
prefaces the placing of the army on a
war footing as a precaution against
any emergenoy. If advisable, most of
the companies will recruit to their full
limit of l.'iO officers and mon. It is believed that in the evont of annexation
the local regiment will be at once hurried to Manilla.
tion with another transcontinental rail
way. The effect also is likely to be
stimulating to the Great Northern interests hero and Jim Hill may be
looked t6 to encourage construction on
the Nelson k Bedllngton at an early
date. -
LOCAL AND GENERAL MENTION.
Items or Interest to the Citizens ot Kaslo, Occurring Here and There.
Notice to ths Public.
Sprague, Wash'.; May 31,1888.
To Whom it may Concern:
All persons are notified that I will not
be responsible for debts contracted by
tny wife, Bonita Davies. J. B. Davies.
ity the table ei the Davis Home.
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'���A aloe chicken dinner will bo served
at the Queon Restaurant, Sunday at 4
o'clock p. m. *
As ia well-known, Cyrus R. Burns,
the railway contractor, has lately
tramped over the, locatioti, of the Nelson & liedlirigton Ky, from Kuskonook
to Bonner's Ferry. If any one for a
moment thinks that Mr. Burns is a
gentlemen who takes that kind of a
trip juet for pleasure, the writer can
give aseuraaces, from a personal acquaintance, that suoh is not the case.
When Burse & Chapman go over a,
surveyed line they mean businesevThe^
are men of experience in this kil*l of
worl^ having constructed a part of the
Great Northern lat*o Spokane. Ku.ko-
noek will be t$j_ tiorthern terminus of
Thursday evening, a special train of
seven cars containing Northern Pacific
officials, arrived at Five-Mile Point
over the Spokane Falls & Northern
and Nelson tt Ft. Sheppai-d Rys. They
wore escorted by Austin Corbin 2d,
general manager of the lines. They
were met at the Point by tho steamer
Alberta and gh-on a short excursion
up the Arm and back.
The   party   included  the   following
Northern Pacific officials:
!____���       i    i s
President C. S. Mellon,   Vice-Presi-
dent Daniel S. Lamont, formerly  sec-
'���.. I,      s
rotary of war In President Cleveland's
cabinet; General Manager J. W. Kendrlck, General Auditor M. P. Martin,
Chief Engineer K. H. MoHenry, Gen'*
era! Superintendent M. C. Kimberly,
Traffic Manager Hannaford, Superintendent of Motive Power K. M. Herr,
Assistant General Superintendent
Pearco, K. D. Adams, chairman ot the
railway company, and several representatives of the financial powers that
hold the'.bonds.
It is staled ou good  authority  that
the Northern Paci^c Flail way Co. baa
-bought the Corbin system of roads in-
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eluding aot only those mentioned, but
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also tbe Red  Mountain  row   from
Northport to Kossland; and that this
is a tour of inspection by  the officials
Seargeant Major Frost of Nelson arrived last night to conduct tho Salva
tion Army meetings for a week, Shi
sings woll and plays the banjo and has
been a field officer for teu years.
There is to ba a practice game of
base ball at the grounds tomorrow at
2:30 p. m. to pick out the team to play
at Nolson on Dominion Day. All ball
players are requested to attend.
John L. Retallack returned lust
evening from his trip over the riding.
He reports the best political prospect*,
for the govornment party in almost evory voting district.
the .U^&e fat deep water ateessi- to view their new property
ole on the lake oil the year round.   It
If this is true   aad there seems to be
Sam Schwandor will give 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
Knslo Drug store. Call and see
him. *
I* This Whit Tou Art Looking For?
.  .-*���'   ��� ,'���   ' y .*   .
Comfortable, clean,  well  furnished
��� ���I- ,'��� a i   ,.(���:       *���"
rooms by the day, week or month at
reasonable prices'at tbe Victoria, A
avenue, pear 5th  street.   No bar at
tached. Baths free to guests. A specially low rate oi trom *8 up per month
to .permanent, roomers.
W|J. Hau., PreiM*."
Editor Nov.-s���At last Mr. Green has
produced a platform! In the main it
is good, and had it been stated at the
time of his nomination, might have
claimed some originality and carried
weight. As it is, Mr. Green has only
succeeded in embracing all the strongest planks of the government one���
though small blame to him, for thoy
are the only good ones in his own.
To compare briefly: .Sections 3, 7
and 10 ofs the Green platform are
identical with sections 3, 1 and 2 df'
Mr. Rutallaek's. Sec. 4 of the former
is as near a copy as possible of section
6 of the latter, with this most objectionable feature added, of keeping alive
and widening tlie scope of powers of
"local advisory boards"���that pet machinery of cliques of self-intcrosted individuals, as Mr. Green must have observed during his  frequent  labors on
t
them ��� with  the   express  intent i of
, i
Interfering with the definite duties of
:publlc servants paid to attend to and
administer thotu fairly. 1 neod hardly
refer to the heart-burnings and jealousies aroused by such, last spring, in
handling- the Duncan river work.
Why not abolish these positions altogether if "advisory" boards���the very
name is a li*), ami shoul be "all-powerful" instead���are to do their work.
As to section ti Mr. Green has not
proved himself sufficiently in favor cf
"white citisens" as agciust cheap foreigners in his administration of city
affairs for us to take him seriously iti
this new front, now, on the eve of elections.
As to section 11, it is all right, but
unfortunately as to making a hit, it is
taken for granted that any represent
tative, good or bail, will try to do as
much, from self-interest if from DO
higher motive, and so gons without
saying,
Now as to the editorial supporting
this wonderfully patched, borrowed
and padded production, It Is tbe es��
sence of negation, and resolves itself,
therefore, into a virulent attack -on
Mr. Retallack and the government,
in order to avoid having to actually
endorse their policy In words. Why
don't taeso people honestly itdntlt thc
plain fact of opposition pure and simple, Instead of trying to skulk into public favor under the wretched patchwork rag of "Independent-government,
with which they so pitifully and vainly
try to hide their utter nakedness. And
after all, this is but Mr. Green's private platform. What guarantee does,
or can, he give us that it will be fa*
vored and carrried out by the leaders
of his platformleat party should they
slip by chance into power? , Will he
kindly get the opposition premiet-elect
to endorse hie premime���if he know,?.
him?
-, ���- *....   ....    ..Vpter.
Advertise in the Me-Wi.   It pays.
t
Hazelwood Dairy Ice Cream at tbe
Queen Restaurant always on hand.
For beat rooms with or without board
try the Davis House.   See adv.       * 7*u_
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Subscription, $1 per month���Advertising rates made known on application.
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AI. OUTCROPPINGS.
MR. KETALUCK'S ACCEPTANCE
"A drowning man will oateh at a
.-haw.V but, a drowning politician, it
seems, will embrace even his opponent's platform.
" Oh, pray what is a 'gutter-snipe"?
(lood newsboy, loll mo true!"   ���
"(io aslt it of the rayless Sun
I n darkness hid froiO view.'.'
As to the cheap wit, we do not know
what salary the Sun pays to its poet,
but judging from his literary style and
metro it cannot be a very high one.
llumftl', and the sense of humor, are
* r
two opposite and by no means inseparable gifts. This is proved by the
ludicrous theft ol the Retallack platform 1 y Mr. Green, and the luSen appreciation of the comical side of tho
.rime by tlio voters.
Vulgar abuse and impertinence are
ovidontly toughs unrecognizable to our
esteented contemriorury of* the Sun as
such, since they have slippe'd past birii
into li is sacred enclosure unawares, in
.plte of his promised vigilance. This
is much to our sorrow, for a gentleman endangers his reputation as such
by. carelessness or Ineptitude in mat
tors cf nicety. He bus our sincere^ym-
pathles on this sad contretemps.
It is not thc narrow business expo-
rlonce of tlie retail trader, ihe.,pot vice
nf whose class Is too often to sacrifice
great future gt i d ti r ������ mill] prolit on
the transaction immediately in bond,
that tells iu governing u 'toutitry (jtrt-il:
but tbo broad views of policy ami the
far-seeing of result*, which an) lag
fundamental necessities of the succos.���
v ful flnancii.'r, aro absolutely sssenUal
lo it.
Evidently the strong pull of our DfM
I'liiiteinpcriiry Is to 'be un sectional
lines.   In trying to secure buslnew  it
will try I" stir up and utili/.o all the
prcjudic it can get aroused as between
Amciii'iin and British subjects. And
this, ti.e, whin the wi. lit world is
ringing with tho exprossiqus sof good
Will botween these two proftt nali ii .
All tliis might not bo uo,��� bii.l ii' .the*'
"Oauiiiians uml Hi-ilish subjects" commanded l'Gsj.e.'t '"irA^je .foils', what
��� .��It motley crew' Old Ja-k Falsi It's
army was a Parisian court. * ciuuptircd
to these camp followers.   '���' *****
j. ' '* j���������
ll is high time that tb'.a. ttjwn. had. ft
i-ogular.postmaster.   Inspector Fletch
er of Victoria,, who  was   here  several
moous since, must have  forgotten us.
,     H will'be tho business of  the  Searchlight in tho future.to  seo  that  h*e is
',-    k apt reminded of the disgraceful state
of  affairs  here.���Kuskonook  Search-
**
U��ht.
To the Electors of the Slocan Riding of
West Kootenay Electoral District:
Gentlemen���At the request of a large
proportion of the community representing evory section of the Riding, I beg
to announce myself as a candidate  for
your snll'rages in the coming electious.
In respectfully soliciting your votes
and support, I declare  mysolf   a supporter and follower of   the   Hon. J. H.
Turner as the loader of  the only party
in Ihis Province  with a defined  policy
and coherent existence.
.During my eight years' residence in
this district I bave been a consistent
supporter of his party in rocqgnition of
their attitude in meeting, and in cases
anticipating* the requirements Und expansion of this great mining region.
I am in favor of tho following reforms:
li The abolition of tho tax upon
working miners.
2. The abolition of tho Mortgage
Tax.
3. The distribution of seats in the
Legislature in direct proportion to population.
4. I do not approve of the policy of
tho late Legislative Assembly In using
their inlluetice to exclude foreign railroads, such as the proposed railroad to
Boundary Creek.
5. I favor certain revisions in the
Mineral and Land Acts, particularly
some easy plan by which tho holders of
claims can advertise out their defaulting co-owners.
8. In filling all government appointments 1 am in favor of appointing bona
fnle residents of the district in all cases
where such can be found competent to
act.   '
.7. I. believe that the Provincial
Legislature should bring- all tho aid
and influence at its command to tho assistance -of stbe lead minings industry, especially iu the direction of
obtaining stronger recognition from
the Federal Government at Ottawa of
the importance of this industry and tho
disadvantages under which It now
labors.
If you do mo the honor to elect me as
your representative, I will at all times
endeavor to proteotand further the interests, not only of the prospector, but
also of all those employed in and
around our mines, recognizing that our
entire community is dependant upon
the mining industry.
. I am, gentlemen, your obedient ser-
���vaint,.... John L. Retallack.
If you're after the nows���red
hot from the wires���read the
News.       :      :      :    ":      :
NUMBER OF VOTERS KKOISTEKKl>.
The following table shows the number of registered voters in Slocan
riding:
Town, No. of Votes.
Kaslo  572
New Denver  208
Sandon  155
Slooan City  145
Three Forks  96
Ainsworth..!  75
Silverton   68
Whitewater         58
Robson  21
Pilot Bay  19
Cody  19
Bear Lako  15
Balfour  15
Vevey  11
Aylwin  11
Duncan ���  10
Deer Park  5
Hosebery  5
McGulgan  4
Lardo '..  1
Kokanee ���  1
Slocan Crossing  1
Total ' 1,510
If you want the news while it
it IS news, subscribe for the
Kaslo Morning News. Its
only $1 per mouth	
M1K IK G RECORDS.
METAL UUOTATIONK.
Now York, Juno 28.���Silver, KJifi
Lead-Strong; brokers' price, v.7.1. exchange
trt.K^HM.
ORE SHIPMENTS.
From Jan. 1,189S, to date tne  leading mines
btlhe Slocan region   have  snipped over  the
Knslo A Kloean Kcilway lor water  transportation Iroin Kaaio, as lolloivs:
Mine. Tons.lMlne. Tons.
Payne  'AMU'Eureka  42
Ruth  21-UlFldelity  lo
Whitewater  lM7|8ovcrefgn  t��
Reco     8CU Queen tless  170
SlocanStar**     4*s8i.lackson  48
Rambler-Cariboo     3SC|0Ibson  16
Luckv Jim     OOOiMoutezuma*  578
Last Chance     SSOiCharleston  an
tloodeuough      20 Antolne  185
Dardanelles      ��7AJa_..,........ .... ���
Silver Hell       til Bismarck  6a
��� Concentrates.
' Tho following is a partial statement ol ore
shipments over the C. P. R. Irom Blocan and
Lardeau points since January 1st, not Included
in the foregoing.
Mine. fons.iMirie" i        Tonfc
Vancouver.. -    -JOBllrerCup     440
(SlocanStar     SMlWavarhsy      60
Payne  21��0 Idaho   H
Enterprise        40 Queen Bee*   J*J
Of tho foregoing, tho followingliave.paid dividends as follows:
I'ayne ?1,.*0'.i,Imh ���Noblo Five... 40,000
SlocanStar....    4011,000'Ooodenough... a'i.fsOO
Ruth..:     SOtMXIOjWnshinglon... 20,1X10
Reco     _87,f*00]Jackso!i  20,000
Itamblcr-CarL.     40,000 Surprise  20.000
Besides thc foregoing, other mines, unstock-
ed, have paid dividends as lollows:
Year.
180.) (.-i months)...
lS'Jfi (12 months)..
1807 (12 months)..
Totals .'	
Gross Weight  Gross Valueol
of Ore in Lbs.   Ore In Dollar*
,. 2,202,890
2.1844,624
78,590,890 *
99.148,804
.51,328,49
STOCK QUOTATION'S.
Following is a table of the leading stocked
mining companies ot the Slocan and Ainsworth
mining divisions:
Companies.
No. of
Shares
Par    Market
Value j Value
Payne	
Slocan Star	
Ruth	
Reco	
Noble Five I
Washington	
Rambler-Cariboo	
Surprise I
Charleston	
Goodenough	
Great Western |
Jackson(North'nllcll),
American Boy	
Kaslo-Montc/.uma |
Dardanelles |
Gibson	
Wonderful	
fit. Keverne	
Idler	
London HIU	
Black Diamond	
Dellle j
Ellen........	
McLeod |
Twin.... -. ll
1,000,000
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1,200,000!
1,000,00(1 j
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1,000,000'
1,000,000;
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l,000,000i
000,000'
l.lHKI.OOO,
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1.000,000
coo.oool
1,200,000
750,000
1,000,000
1,000,000.
1,000,000
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CIIANJIKU IN MINING LAWS.
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The following changos in the British
Columbia mining laws should be carefully studied by those Interested In
mining in this Province:
First of those refers to the location
of fractions. Iu all fractions surveyed
from now cm, whether staked correctly
or not, the jurveyDr rnt^y adopt the
boundary lines of. the -mrroundlng
claims, provided no side exceeds 1500
feet in lepgth. ' In otlifer #ords, the locator is entitled to tho vacant ground
that bo claims, even If he does not
stake it In *uch a manner as to Include
it all, whit li ho seldom does.
By a recent decision of tbet��urts a
prospector ln_t a claim because of inability to Becttro tho post necessary to
mark the location. The amendment
provides that in caseB where claims are
staked -above the timber lino, or the
prospector can not seoure the necessary posts, he may erect monuments of
earth or stone.
Ib staking an extension the posts aro
often plantod so as to form a wedge-
shnpo fraction between two ends of the
two claims. These fractions have often incurred great expense, not only in
recording and surveying, but, in cases
where they carry tho lead, and thus be-
como of such value as to promote litigation. The amended act authorizes
tho surveyor to include such fraction,
provided it docs not cover more than
Bl.66 acres, the area of it full claim,
and provided further that two location
posts arc together.
By failure io record assessment work
within tbe Required period of one year,
either through oversight or thc ���misunderstanding' of partnership! nterests,
valuable claims have been lost. Now,
if a prospector fails to record the work
within a year, ho has 30 days' additional time In which to make the record by
payment of au extra 810.
Another change regarding tho assessment work is in that particular
which called for work to the amount of
$100 eaoh yoar. Now, a miner can do
aud record aB many assessments as he
1'loaees ln a year by paying tho recording fco tor each assessment dono to the
extent of $100.
ln case anybody should adverse an
application for a certificate of improvement and crown grant, tho eonti-s-tant
imiMt havo his claim survcyud Immediately and lile a plan mado andnlgned
by an authorized provincial land surveyor with the writ.
To obtain a crown grant in 1800 it
was necessary to do assessinont work to
tho amount of $.rj(K) and to have the
claim surveyed, which meant another
$100. In 1807 the act was amcniled so
as to provide that up to May 1, 18D8,the
cpst of such survey should count as
work done ou tho claim, not to exceed
$100. In plain English, it counted as
an assessment and as woi'k toward the
crown grant. A survey generally costs
$100. Thc last legislature extends the
time to May l; J890.
Hcrcufter, tn adverse proceeding's In"
connection with the title to mineral
claims, before any court, each party to
the proceedings shall give affirmative
evidence of title. Heretofore the burden of proof was on the contestant.
The fee for recording" assessment
work has been reduced from $2.75 to
$_. "it). Heretofore tho fee tor recording
assessments has been 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 be thereon, is liable te
Imprisonment for six months or a fine
of $250, or both. This is supposed to
be directed particularly toward- pt*-
venting the use ot old posts by people
win, restake a claim add sometimes destroy evidences of a prior location.
Ho, Fishermen.
Idaho t MOsOOOILastChanoe...     87,000
Whitewater...    194.000]Antoino      35,000 ,
Blocan Boy....      25,(i00|Monitor       15,000 '
Following Ih a comparative statement of ore
shipped from partsof thc Slocan and Ainsworth
mining districts, passing through the custom
tlouse at knslo to foreign smelters for thc five
recorded months of 1895, nil of lK'JO andl897:
Giegerich
Will supply you
with Everthing
Needful "at Low
r
prices, Steel rods,
Jointed or Telescoped;   Hooks,
Baits and Flies; Silk lines, enamelled and waterproof-
Landing Nets, Reels and alt Kinds of Repairs. A full
line of Hammocks and all kinds of Sporting Goods.
!
In tho Grocery Department, ti-'flne line of Fancy Groceries will soon
arrive.   Try our Klondiko Deviled Crabs, now here.
In the Clothing Department, try our celebrated lighter weights  of
Health Underwear for warmer weather.
H.Giegerich
Kaslo,    Sandon,     Ainsworth     [
f^or the Jobbing   \ rade !
Just Received, a Largo Invoice of Cigars, Including KKY
WEST, SYLVIA. OLYMPIA, COUONA, DHL HEY, ES-
PANOLA, TKIUMPO, MONOPOLE  \ND SWELL !
This Is In addition to my already well ostcblishod GROCERY
TRADE L, A. KICKERS.
THE KASLO GROCERY, Front8trect'bclwec,,T1^l,Borir%'i!,,c,o.omb...
Stocks'
andDies
Screw
Plates
Greneral Hardware !
Paints, Oils, Garden Tools.
Hamilton Byers,   Kas,��
AOENT TRUAX AUTOMATIC ORB CARS.     t
Saiidon.
P. BURNS & CO.,
EA8LO   MARKET.
All Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats.
FISS&RS POULTRY IN SEASON
C ntral Hotel,
FRONT ST., KASLO, D.C.
New liuildlng.���Newly Furnished Throughout.
Best Rooms in the City.
A FIRST CLASS BAR IN CONNECTION.
RLTTKR A CO.
Adams House,
KASLO, B. C.
RATE:', M 1'KR DAY AND IU'WARDS.
Adams Bros., Props.
Sole njroiils for 1'AltST 11EKR, Milwaukee; Wis.
Nelson House,
KASLO, ItO.    .  {
Nl-.I.SON ,. BOSTRUM. I'ROl'RIETORS.
Nicely furnished rooms. Bar well stocked. Spokane Beer on Draught by Schooner or quart.
Best free lunch ln tho city.
Silver King Hotel
OTTO AC(U*STINi:, 1'ROI'ltIKTOR.
Bar and Billiard Rooai
IN OONNKl'TlON.
Rooms (rom fl tier week up. Newly furnisher!
lhra_Rlii>ui. Klectrle Lights. Frout St., next
���Inor to Post Ofllce, Kaslo, B. O.
Lake View
Restaurant.
r.v P. V. FOSSOM.
Reasonable l'rlcc* and Coort Living
- FRONT BTREET,
KASLO, B. O.
Kalama Hotel,
KUSKONOOK. BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Otherwise Armstrong's Landing
and (.di!t River Landing,
Mrs. Win. Middleton. Propr.
Wc cater especially to thc traveling public.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
FRUITS !
Confectionery,
Tobacco, Cigars!
Best In every line. A stock of fancy groceries is soon to he added to onr stock.
Carney Bros.,
Front St., opposite Ktisln Hotel, Kaslo. B. C,
J. Turner & Co.,
Postofflce Box 2!).
Wholesale dealers in Hay,
Oats, Bran, Chop & Fruits.
Agent for Marshall's Teas.
Importers of Cigars and Tobacco. Mall orders promptly filled	
Front St., near News Office, Kaslo, B.C
K
OOTKNAY STKAM LAUNDRY
White Labor.
Improvod Machinory.
The Best Work at
Reasonable   Prices.
Kaslo, B. C.
I)
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
R.J. F. B. ROGERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
Graduate Trinity Unlv rsity, Toronto, Ont
Member of College of Physicians and Surgeons.  a
Llrontlate of the B. C. Council.   Late ot New '\
York Hospitals and Polyclinic.    Office on  A    \
av. Hospital ,cor.5th st. and B ave., Kaslo,B.C. 7
For Freshest Fruits
-SEE-
W. Meadows,
Front Street, Opposite Steph-.
cusijn's Drug Store, Kaslo.-. .*��� .
AlaoFlne line of CONFECTIONERY,
TOBACCO and CIGsAsBS.
]T)R. A. S. MARSHALL;
DENTIST.
Graduate of American College.Chlcagi
KASLO, b. c
W. J. TWISS,
Real Estate and Mining Broker!
INSURANCE
Fire, Life, Accident and Guarantee.  .Front Si
KASLO, B. C. Did You
EVER !
See kih-'i a, nice line of
Fishing Tackle as we are
., showing this month?      . -
Take a look at it and
be convinced that it is:
tho best in town. It don't
cost any thing to look,
and if yon buy, you will
find prices lowest of tho
low.
Fine Watch Repairing.
LAMONT & YOUNG,
t. FRONT ST.,      ���      KASLO, B.C.
Sporting Goods a Specialty.
Official Directory a
DOMINION DIRECTOBY.
Governor-General Earl of Aberdeen
Premier     ....      Sir Wilfrid 1.wirier
kit-inlier House of I lomnions, Dominion Parliament, for West Kooteimy    .   Hewitt Bostock
PROVINCIAL DIRJtOTORY.
Lleul.-Governor lion, T. It. Mclnnes
Premier      ....       Hon. J. IL Turner.
Attorney-General Htm. p. ���. Eberts
Com. of Lands and Works . lion,*!. It. Maf tin
Minister Mines nnd Education . H'oii.Jas.Uaker
President Executive Council . llon.t.'.E.I'ooley
Provincial Mineralogist .'
Members [sjgislative Assembly for West Kootenay��� North RUli"K . .-"', . J. M. Kellle'
South Riding J. F. Hume
KASLO OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Mayor chns.W. McAnn
Aldermen--A.Vi. Gobdenongii, F_K. Areber.J. D.
Moore, G. Hsrtln, H. W. Moore, Geo. Whiteside.
E. E. chfpoian
A lex Lucas
.  M.'V. Adams
\V. A. Milne
C. D. McKcnxie
.   S. II. llreen
8. P. Tuck
R. A. Cockle
Dr. 3. P. B. Rogers
City clerk
Police Magistrate
City Marshal    .
Assistant
Auditor    .
Treasurer    .
Assessor
Water Commissioner
Health Officer
City coiihcll meets overy Wednesday 1 p. m.at
lynall, 4th st., between Front st. artd A ave.
VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Chlel ItughP.Fletiher
First Deputy Chief       .     . Geo. Reld
Second Deputy Chief. ,       .   .1.dm Gillis
Third Deputy Chief     . Geo. Whiteside
Secretary Archie Morris
Treasurer       ���      .     >   -.      .      Gus Adams
DISTRICT DIRECTORY.
Mining Recorder -Assessor-Tax'Col. . Jno.Ks.en
Collector ol Customs ."   J. _f-Mc1iit.*A .
School Trustees   August Carney, 3. I). Uodrg,'
0, 0. Buchanan. Principal���Proh Jas. Hislop.
�� KASLO l'OSTOFFICE.
General delivery o',c�� daily {Sundays except,
ed) from 8 a. m. until 7 p. m. Lulil-y. openJroi��
Ta. tn. to9.H0 p. m. Malls far despatchclose dV
eryevenliia except Saturday artd Sunday, nt*9
p. m. Malls arrive from Culled Slates and lake'
points daily except Suitrtay, at 9.30 p. ni. Eroir
C. P. R. ana Slocnn points, arrive dnlltf Pxcer
���umlay, at4 p. m. Registration ollice o*pcn,8.1
4. m.,��.30 p. m. Money order office and.l'nst-
office Savings Bank opcuHa. nfc to 5 p. in."
B. IT.'GREIW," Postmaster-.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
METH0D18TCHl'RCH���Cor. C aiidfitb ��t. .Divine services every Sunday II A. in. itntl Ttflo p.
m. Sunday school - BO. Sirii_u:t-i�� uelcwiiuj.
Rev. J. A. w 1. Pnstor.
PRESBYTERIAN cill'RCH  -Cor. ith st. nud H
ave. .Services every Sumliiy 11 n. m. end 7.:*J
Ii.m. sunduy school and Bible class, 2, 80 p.m.
���rayermeeting Wednesduy evening 8 o'clock.
Free seals. Strangers heartily welcome.
Rev. A. H. Menzies, Minister. '
CHURCH OF ENGLAND-Southwest cor. of C
ave. and Mil st. Services every Sunday at 11 a.
in. and 7.:>0 p. m. All are cordially invited.
Rev. David Kiel,snii, Mlssioner 111 Charge.
CATHOLIC CHURCH���Comer c avenue  and
Oth st,   No regular pastor al present.   Occasional services by special nnnoiinccmeut. ���
FRATK RN Al. 0 IH i A NIZATION8.
a     MASONS���Kaslo Lodge No. 35, A. F. A
_f*��.       A. M., meets llrst   Monday in every
s^f ^J'   month ill  Masonic  liall over Green
/V-fV     Bros', store.   Visiting brothers   In-
r ���  ��   vited to attend.      II. livers, W. M;
E. E. Chipman, Secretary.
masonic ch a PTER-Kooteo&y Chapter, r.a.
M., holdH regulnr convocations ou the second
Tuesday of each month in Masonic ball,Kaslo
Visiting companions are cordially invited.
I'has. Trumtiull.Serilie E.       E. E. cbipniau, Z.
MACCABEES���Slocan Tent No. i',, Knights of
the Maccabees, meets second and fourth Mondays of each month at Livingston's hall,Kuslo
Visiting Knigh!.- cordially invited.
W. A. Dnvi.es. Commander.
Koiph Johnson, Keeper ot Records.
FORESTERS��� Court Knslo No. 8187, Independent Order of Foresters. Meets 1th l'ritlny of
each month In Victoria house. Visiting
brethren urecordinllv Invited.
Vi. n. Strathern, Chief Ranger.
tv. J. Hall, Recording Secretary.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Tlie Davis House!
Apartments for gentlemen.
Everything llrst-elass, - A
dining room In connection..
MRS. J. C, DAVIS, Proprietress.
McPhail block, Fifth and
Front streets, Knslo, B, C.
..ii v S
8tii June, 189S.
BIS HONOUR THE LIEt ri.NANt-GllVfeR-
nor has been pleased to appoint FI.ETtll-
8. ANDREWS, Esoulre^o be Returning Officer for tbe Slocan Riding of West. Kootenay
Klectoral District; aud      i     ��j >*  ������
His Honour thc Ueutena**ft*novj;rii'i>rJChap'
been pleased to appoint and declare; the Gov-
ernment Office, Kaslo, te be tbe place for the
Domination ol candidates for selection trf.the
Legislative Assembly in tha Sloean Riding p!
W**t Kootenay Electoral District.    ' '
PROCLAMATIONS.
cnirra r!i��.*w:ti [i-rotaar
:[L.s;] jj   THOS; R. McINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of
- the Unitod Kingdom of Great Brit-
- ain and Ireland, Queen, Defender
.������7 of,the Faith, &c., &c., &c.
To all to whom  these Presents Bhall
come���Greeting .
A PROCLAMATION.
D. M, Eberts, Attorney-General.
WHEREAS it is advisable to establish the following polling
������������*��� places in the several and respective Electoral Districts hereinafter
named.
NOW KNOW YE that, by virtue of
tlie authority contained in tho "Provincial Elections Act," the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council declares that the
following polling places shall be, aud
they .are hereby, established for the
several Electoral Districts, the names
of which are set opposite such polling
places, respectively, that is to say:���
Polling Places. Electoral District.
Kaslo  i
Ainsworth..
Pilot B��y...
Argenta....
Sandon
NewDenver  West
Silvorton        Kootenay -
Slocan City  Slocan
Robson  Riding.
JubileePolnt.HouserLl.
Whitewater Station....
Three Forks.....	
Deer Park....;- ....
Slogan Junct.C&K.Ry.
In.
Testimony .Whereof We   have
caused  these  Our Letters to  be'
made Patent and the  Great Seal
of British Columbia to be hereunto
*   affixed: Witness, the Honourable
-  THOS.   R.   McINNES,   Lieutenant*
;:'$,. Governor of  Our said Province of
. -British Columbia, in Our City of
Victoria, in Our said Province,this
fifteenth day of June, ln the year of
Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight, and in the
sixty-first year of Our Reign.
By, Command.
C* A. CAM PET^RBTOII.,
Deputy Provincial Secretary.
���onco ,ot��'.i-r;�� 'WOTtes
L.S.]
THOS. R. McINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, HY THE GRACE OF GOD, OF THE
UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN
AND IRELAND, QUEEN, DEFENDER OF
THE FAITH, Ac, Ac, Ac.
To onr Faithful the Members elected to serve
in tho Legislative Assembly of Our Province of Hritish Columbia,and to all whom
il may concern,���GREETING.
A PROCLAMATION.
��� to. M. EIIERTS     -."V*aTHF.REAH Vs'li HAVE
A.forney^sVneml.     VV     *,<0.��S'*< nt, by and
. ' with    the   advice
innl consent of Our Executive Council of Our
Province of IlrltlRh Columbia, lo dissolve thc
present Legislative Assembly of Our said Province, which stands prorogued until summoned
for dispatch of business.
���VO.-X KN'OW YE thatWc do,  for  this end,
oldish thlsour Royal Proclamation, and   do
i.'1'cbv  dissolve thc   Legislative Assembly accordingly, and the members thereof aro dls-
charged from further attendance on same.
IXXESTIMONY WHEREOF We havo caused
these Onr letters to be mado Patent, and
'      ihc Great Bealof British Columbia to bo
i   , hereunto affixed: WITNESS, the Honourable THOMAS R. McINNES, Lieutenant-
Govornor of Our said I'rovince of British
Columbia, ln Our City of Victoria, in Our
said i'rovince, this seventh day of June,
'".tnAJtcaro! Our  Lord  One  Thousand
Light Hundred and Ninety-Eight, and in
the sixty flrst year of Our Reign.
Ily Command.
B. H. TYRWHITT DRAKE,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
Notice to Provincial Tax Payers.
NOTICE ;jS HEREBY GIVEN
that those persons who desire to
take advantage of the lower rttte
for tne current year must send the
amount thereof to mo on or before the
/Wth June, instant.
.. - JOHN KEEN,
Provincial Assessor and Col lector.
Kaslo, B. C.
[L.S.]     THOS. R. MoINNES,
CANADA.
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, BY TIIE GRACE OF GOD, OF THE
UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN
AND IRELAND, QUEEN, DEFENDER OF
THE FAITH, &?.,Ac,Ac
To all to whom these (resents shall oomo.���
A PROCLAMATION.
D. M, EBERTS
Attorney-General
,'iL    W    aei-ro
' solvt'i
AS WE ARE
rous and re-
��� ..ed. as soon ns
may be, to meet Our people of Our Province of
British Columbia, and to hnve llielr advice In
Our Legislature, Wc do make known Our Roval
V, Ill and Pleasure to call a new Legislative Assembly of Our said Province: and do further
declare that, by the advice of Our Executive
Council of British Columbia, We have this day
given orders for Issuing Our Writs In due form',
for calling a new Legislative Assembly for Our
said Province, which Writs arc lo bear dale on
the seventh day of June, instant, and to be returnable on or before the thirtv-ilrst day of
August next.
IN TESTIMONY WHF.REOF We have caused
these Our Letters to be made Patent, and
the Public Seal of the snid I'rovince tc be
hereunto affixed: WITNESS, tbe Honourable THOMAS It. McINNES .Lieutenant-Governor of Our sal I Province of
Hritish Columbia,in Our City of Victoria
In Our said I'rovince, this sevenrhday of
Juue, in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-Eight,
and in the slxty-llrst year of our Reign.
By Command.
B. II. TYRWHITT DRAKE,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.
[L.9.]     THOS. R. McINNES.
VICTORIA, BY THE GRACE OF GOD.OF THE
" I'NITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN
AND IRELAND, QUEEN*. DEFENDER OF
TBlf FAITH, Ac, Ac, .tc.
To Ihc Reluming Officer of the Slocan Ridlrg
of West Kootenay Electoral District:
WHEREAS HI8 HONOUR THE I.IEC-
tenaut-Govornor of British Columbia
. .,._ .ha8'),y ��'Proclamation hearing date
the 7th day of June, 1898, beeu pleased to dissolve the Legislative Assembly of the said
Province; and whereas It is necessary to hold
Elections throughout the said i'rovince to llll
the vacancies caused by such dissolution Wc
comraancLyou tliat.notice ofthe Uuw and place
oi-Blection being duly given, ypudo causcKlec-
tlon to be made, according tn law. of Ono
Member lo servo In.the Legislative Assembly
of the Province of British Columbia for the
Slocan Riding of Wost Kootenay Electornl District, and that you do cause tbe nomination of
Candidates at such Election to bo held on the
2,ith day of June, 1898. and do cause the name
of such Member, when so elected, whether he
be present or absent, lo lie certified lo Our Su
premo Court, at the City of Victoria, on or before thc 81st day of August next, the Election
so made, distinctly and openly under Our Seal
duly indorsed upon this Our Writ.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We have caused
these Our U-tters to be made Patent under the Great Seal of Our said I'rovince of
British Columbia: WITNESS, the Honourable THOMAS It. McINNES, nt Our
Government House, at Victoria, this seventh day of .lime, in the vear of Our Lord
One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-Eight.
By Command.
B. II. TYRWHITT DRAKE,
Registrar of the supreme court.
(II I.
s iimce.
2ilth May, 1898.
HIS HONOUR THE I.IKUTKNANT-GOVKR-
nor haH been pleased lo appoint the undermentioned persons lo bo Collectors Of Votes,
under thc provisions of seetion Hi of the "Redistribution Act, 18U8," namely:
JOHN D. SIBBALD, of Revelstoke, for the
Rovelstoke Riding, West Kootenay Electoral
District.
ALEXANDER LUCAS, of Kaslo, for thc
Slocan Hiding, West Kootenay Klectoral Ills
trlct.
RODERICK F. TOI.MIK, of Nelson, for the
Nelson Riding, West Kootenay Electoral Dls
trlct.
JOHN K1RKUP, of Rossland, for the Rossland Riding, West Kootenav Electoral District.
cs_^
X
Arrived
A Seasonable Line of
. Fine Groceries.
Including Such Delicacies as
^
Smyrna Dried Figs. Preserved New Orleans Figs.
Ram Lai Tea.   Cha.se & Sanborn's Coffees.
And all Noted Brands of Coffee, .Mecca, Mocha and Java.
Cross & Blackwell's' Pickles.
Patterson's Chutney Pickles.    French mustard.
Sliced Smoked Beef and the Noted Beef Extract, Bovril.
We can furnish almost any  thing desired in the
Grocery Line.    But that is not all.
Our Men's Furnishing Goods.
Continue to comprise the Largest and Finest Assortment in the city.    Call
and see them.
GREEN BROS.,
Corner A Avenue and Third Street. Kaslo. B. C \
And his Honor the Lieutenant-Governor has
been pleased to appoint the undermentioned
person to be Distributing Collector, under tho
nrovbdons of section 17 of the said Act, namely :-
ln thc former Klectoral District of West
Kootenay, GEORGE A. MCFARI.AND, of
Nelson-.
Be Public Spirited!
Subscribe For the
MORNINGr   NP3TVS,
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.
E. Mallette & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in
FRESH FRUITS
and VEGETABLES
Also Hay. Feed aiyl Produce.
We ship direct, from California and are prepared to quote
Hie lowest market prices on all kinds ol fruits in season.
George Hber  Interna    BAKER   ST., - " NELSON,   B.   C
STEAMER HALYS.
CAPTAIN W. W. WEST.
Does Jobbing Trade on Kootenay Lake.
I.M*<*e orders with
Uoaal Wharf, Kaslo, m
v.*1
" - * st
���      ���       **'������ s
_____
RAir.KtiMlS ANliSlYAMllOATS
0.R.&N.
Shortest and quickest route to the
Coeur d'Alene mines, Palouse, Lewis-
too, Walla Walla, Baker City mines,
Portland, San Francisco, Cripple Creek
gold mines and all points oast and south.
Only line east vin Salt I.ako and Denver.
Steamer tickets to Kurope and other
foreign countries.
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
three days for San Francisco.
Leave I      Bpokane Time Schedule      | Arrive
71.00' I I'AST MAlL-WallaWalla, l'ort- i   TM
11.111.   land, San Francisco, Baker Olty   a.m.
dully. I nud the East, j dally.
s.uo   ; LOCAL MAlC--* Coeur d'Alenos, I   0,10
ii.m. i Farmington, Garfield,  Colfax
dully, i Pullman ana Mobcow,
P>
in.
dailv.
l-'or through tickets and further Information,
apply to JAMES W.U'UH,
Agt I. N. st T. Co., Kuslo, B. C.
Or at O. R... N. Co.'s olllce, 4:10 Klversidc ave.,
Spokane, wash.   n. m. adamn, Oeneral Agt,
Or    W. H, Ht'l.llt'KT, 11. 1'. A., I'orlland.Ore.
KASLO & SLOCAN IU
Trains ititiiun I'aiiih- Standard Tttno.
T1MH CARD,
Going West.             Dally
Going Kast.
N.OOs. in. l.v Kaslo	
. Ar ll.fsO p. ni.
H.:ii> a. in. I.v South fork.,..
.Ar 3.13 p. in.
P,80 a. in. I.v Bptoule'l	
.Aj2.1I) p. ni.
si.51 a. in. Lv Whitewater	
Ara.tK.ip. m.
lO.lWa. in. l.v  Bear l.ake.
.Ar 1.48 p. in.
10.18 a. m. l.v MoUulgan
Ar 1.33 p. in.
io.;ih a. in. i.v���Cody Junction..
Ar 1.12 p. m,
Ifl,60a, in. Ar Sandon	
.Lv 1.00 p. m.
iii:o. i'. coi'i-.i.
ash, snpi.
HOIST. HIVING, G, !���'. .v 1'. A.
11 lltrn                 GREAT
tlilOl                    RAILWAY
-WEST
The surveyor's chain made it tho
Shortrst Transcontinental Route.
11 is the inns, mortem in i'.|iiipiiieiil.
It 1* Ilu. hB&Vtett ruil'id Mt_o.
I iihhh rook-ballast roadbod.
It crospt.'H no Pnnrt rtcsortfi.
It wns built without lun-l grunt or govt. nirt.
It is noted for the I'oiii-tlsy of its employes,
It Is only line f-erviiitf meals ou lu cm te plan.
Kootenay connection at Ronner's Kerry.Tlie*
dny,Wertnesrtny.Thnrsrtay,Saturday anrtSunday
TRAINS I.KAVK SPOKANE.
llrs���S r. ,., -I    , , , ,  ,,..,.    n .   ...   ,   V. ���  -, v. ,. >���.! 'i.itt   J....1.
VOX maps, tickets and complete  information,
call on or address l.N.A- T, Co.'s agts. K. _*.S. Ry.
agts, ore. ii. DIXON, Oen, Agt., Spokane.Wn.
K. I.WHITNEY.Q. P...T. A.,St. Paul, Minn
The Canadian Pacific Ry.
-AND-
Soo Pacific Line.
The cheapest, most comfortable nud
direct route from Kaslo to all points in
Canada and,tho United States. The
only line running through tourst cars
through tourist cars to St. Paul daily.
Mngniticent sleepers and dining cars
on all trains. Travol by this line and
havo baggage cheeked to destination.
Daily connection from Kaslo every
day, excepting Sunday, at 7,:i0 a. m.
For KuskonooU and lake points, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
For Arjentaand Lardo, Tuesday ami
(Hrlday at. 8.15 p. m,
Kor lull Information, call on or address
ALDER BISHOP,
, Krelglit and P|*sen(U Agent, Kaslo, B. C.
Or to W. 17 ANOKKSON,
Tr��ie|lng Pass. Agt., Nelsor>, B. C.
J7 .1. OOYUt,
Dlntrlet Pasaeagtr Agent, Vanroavpr.
WrlU' lot Klondike Folder and Map.
������^�����
Spokane Falls
Nelson <f Fort Sheppard,'
Red Mountain Railways.
The only all rail route without
change of cars between Nelson and
Rossland and Spokane_j_ Rosalaml.
TIME CARD.
Leave li.20 a. m Nelson Arriv   6.86 p. in
Leave 12.03 a. m.'..sKonslaud... Arrive 11.20 p.m.
Leave 3.30 a. m; Spokane Arrive 3.10 p. in.
The train that leaves Nelson at 6:20
a. m. makes close connections at Spokano with trains for all . . .
pacific im wm.
Passengers for Kettle -river & Boundary
ok. conneet at Marcus with stage daily.
INTERNATIONAL
Navigation $ Trading Co., w
Steamers Internatidual nnd Alberta on Kootenay Lake and BivBT���Summer Time Card in ef-
feOt lfitb March, 1H98���Subject to change.
STEAMER INTBRNATION.AJ.���Leaves Kaslo
for NYlson and way points, daily except Sunday,
:;.;!0 a. in. Arrive" Norlliport 9.45 ft. m.j RoBfr
land, 11.90a. in. and Spokane, EUQ p. nt.
Leave Nelson for Kaslo and way potnU, daily
excont Bunday,5.00p.in(LeaveBpoj_:ane6.80a.m.;
Rossland, 8.46 a. m.; North port. 1.86 j>, in.
rive Mile Point connection with au paiaenger
trains of N. ft f. s. Ky, to and from Northport,
Rossland and Spokane. Tickets sold and baggage chocked to nil l'nited Suites points.
HTEAMEKt A1_W:KTA -Leaves Knsln Cor Kus-
konook and way points ami honner's ferry,Ida.
Tuesdays mid Saturdays at 5.00 p.m., arriving at
Kuskonook at 10.Wp.in. and Honner's Kerry at h
a.m, next day. KMt.ru.uv: >lv��. Honner's Ferry
Wed., Fridays and and Dundaysal i p, m., arv.
Kuikonook 8 p. m., Kaslo. i a. tn, following day.
Also from May 5th ���teams* will make same tnp
leaving Kaaio overy Thtirsdny.at --o'clock n. tn,
honner's Ferry connection wm'Ui jill pasaerigor
trains of G. N. By,, arv. westward at Spokane
B.10 p. m.| or lv. honner's Ferry for the cast at
l.lfip, m.  Meals and berths not included,
Pfusengerl on ss. [nternattonaHrom Nelson,
etc., for points on hike south of Pilot hay, will
connect at that point witli tbe .ss. Alberta.
Passengeraior Nelson via SS. Alberta, from
points south of Pilot Hay, can by urnuiiffimunt
with purser,have Stop-over at Pilot Hay or Ainsworth,or connect with Internationa] at Kaaio.
Company's steamers connect Kootenay Lake
and Sloean points with all points in l\ S. and
Canada bv way of Spokane and Kootenav river.
O, siLBXANDEK, General Manager,
P.O. Box 122, Kaaio,B. C,
Kuskonook and Bonner's Ferrv.
Str. Ainsworth.
UMVM R il��hvHU���sls -l*VJ o'sI,���.li sioois.Mssluluy
Wednesday -ml Friday, upon arrival of Steamer Nilsoil with pawengen irom Ktislo, Alnswortli, 1'ilot.Hav nud Si-lson. Arrives Bonnerfl
Ferry 11 p. m,,Moudnv, Wednesday ami Friday.
Leave* lioniler'*) Perry '1 |i.iii.,Tuesdiiv,Thiirs-
dny and Sutiirday, uiioi'i arrivsl of Q-, N. trains
Irom east and west. Arrives Kuskonook 11 p.
m i Tuesday, Thursdnv and Saturday.
K. J. MATtfl-W.S, Miinager.
TUAVKI.KK'8 ill IIIIC.
Summitry of ltu.it way and Ntcaiuer Tinis-
(nn),  Trotn Kaslu.
. For Whitewater, Sam Ion, Cody, etc., K. A.S.
Uallsvay trains leave Knslo daily at 8 a. in.; returning, arrive at Kanlo nt 8..10 p. m.
Kor Three Forks, ("few Denver, Hosebery and
N'Hkusp. take K. <.%.- N. Ity. from Knslo to Sandon,
nnd throve Nnkusji A Sloean Railway, leaving
Sandon daily at 7.1.'*> a. in.; returning, arrive
dully nt Sandon at 4..V, p. m.
... ,, ,, , t   tat Hevelstolte, Vancouver, Victoria and Din-
to Toronto, Montreal   illld   Boston, ami   er main line points on O.P.B., hont from Na
MbriiPacific Ry.
Tha Fast Line,
Anterior Service.
'Tmramr*. U��k*t* to all points In United
maHmeeaCmeOe. Direct Connection
0iH/k tee 9ee/k*ee F��1U & Northern Ry.
kusp to Arrowhead, ears to Rovelstoke, then
connect with east aud west bound trains.
I'or Silverton, Slocan (.'ity, take Sir. Slofnn ou
sloean lake.eonucelint; with N'.Ai s.at Rosebery.
For Northport, Spokane, llosslnmi ami Grand
Forks, take the Str. fnternaiionnl from Kaslo
daily at 8.80 a. in., exeept Sunduy, nml, ing eou-
nectionsat Klve Mile Point With Ihe N.&.F.8,
ity.. tlienee to Northport, Fnun Northport to
Sjiokane continue thc raihvay, known south ol
Northport as tlie Spokane Falls st Northern, arriving at Spokane, Wash., nt 3.1(1 p. nr.
Or [iu Spokane, lake I. N. A T. Co.'s Str. Al*
bertafrom Kaslo to Honner's Ferry, Tu'esdnys
and Saturdnysal B p. tn. and Thursdnvs ul :;
a.m., and conneet ut llonner's Kerry w Itli Ureal
Northern trains to Spoknne, iirilvlug at B.10
the following day.
For Hinsslaud euange at Nortlipoi't to (lie 'led
Mountain Ky., uriivlng al I'.osslnml al ll.20n.m.
Or, ilosslunil may lie reached from Nelson via
C. A K. Ky. to Robsun, theme hy river Steamor
to Trail, thenoe by 0. st W. Ity. to Kossland. Or,
Kossland may be reached via Nakusp nnd Trail
Iiy si i mis.down Ariow lakes and Colli labia river.
For ornnd Forks and Boundary Creek poinls.
take S. F. sV N, Hy. from Northport to Bossburg
���r Marcus, thenee by stage MAM reservation.
Kor Ainsworlh, Pilot Hay, Nelson, etc., 1, N. A
T.Co.'s Stt. Im.. nun.uml leaves Kaslo daily,ev
eept Sunday,al 11.20 a.m.. returning,loaves Nelson al A p. in., arriving nt Knslo about 8.80 p. in.
C. I'. H. '"o.'ii str. Kokanee leaves Kaslo ilaily,
exeept Sunday, at 7.80 a. in,', arriving at Nelson at II a. in.; rctuiiiing. liiaVes Nelson at A p.
in., arriving at Kaslo at 7;*ip. in..     '��� .
Kor Argenta and Lardo, sir. Kokanee makes
round trips every Tuesday and. Friday,, leaving
Kuslo al H.lo ilu.
Kor Kuskonook, Kt Steele, etc, take Ktr. Kokanee Monday,Wednesday and Friday at 7.;��) a.
in., or I. N. A T. Co.'s Htr. Alberta tussday,
Thursday and Baturday at S p..m.; thejiec by
stage to Kort Steele Wednesday ��n4 Saturday.
The following Is a table ol distances from
Kuslo to surrounding bnslneae(*��l_||:
TRAIN* MPART FROM #FOKANK:
No. 1 West .. .���***>���. I No.2East- -. .7:00a. pi.
Tlcksjli to Japan RndCbln��viaTftco��Mt
eee lHwltwrn Pacific Steamship Con.
pan-f. Pde Information, tlmt. cards,
naps and tickets, apply to agts. of the
"Spokone Falls U Wortharn apd its oon-
tieetions, or to F. D. GIBHS,
Henoral Agent, Spokanr Waai).
D. CHARLTON, Asst. Oen. Pass. Agt.,
No. 2SS kferrisori It.. sft>rtlaM, On.
.VriW for Map of Kootenay Country.
West or North.    Miles.
Whitewater  IT
Rear Luke S|
McGulgan  28
Sandon, 8 hours 29
Cftfly  U
Three Porks a
New lien-set.
Hosebery	
sllvert.es,.  ..
Slocan City..
Nakusp	
Hurlou City  H
Lardo  tt
Argent* tt
IMuean (*lty tt
Halcyonllotsprfngs tt
Airowhea*  H*
Laurie. ,A.   WO
TkomBemi-slsandVli:'
rout lake -Clty.-7.125
Ferguson  ......lf��
ReveMoke, 81 hrs..188
Vernon 228
Penticton ��8
Kaintoopa...   !... .'��>1
Asheroft
tTtton nt4
Talti i ;i
New WostminSterfcJ
Vancouver, itlllrs. .1
Victoria, 69-t)_tfrp.,J
Seattle, '^ hlitrft ..!��
Tacoma, SO bouts'. .(I
Portland, tt hours. .Stt
Kast or Snath.     Miles.
Ainsworth...  12
Pilot Kay 20
Balfour ��..
Sanca	
Kelson, t hours   .
��r:::':::::::::*!S
thport, 7 hoaii.m
"    ',,10 hours. .UO
.... j,g wa
Mann m
���arand Forks ,180
tireeoweod, 182
a��aooi|i����.. .NO
**        't  !aw
..-.*JM
rs. JR2
.... 48
Ludrt, toe
Iloaimr's Perry, 18 his* t
Moyle City 128
Swansea IK
Wardner. B.C 140
Cranbrook .ISO
Pott Steele . .IN
Canal Flats Itt
ndermere .2W
��M *<�� u -g
KA5L0!
THE BUSINESS CENTER
OF THE
AINSWORTH
MINING
DIVISION !
ft ��_
k4,And the  gateway to the Great Slocan With Its Score or More of
Dividend
Payin
Properties
,- pT
Kasro, the city ��* Energy!
Is Also A City of Homes.
Beautifully Situated on kootenay Lake, With a Delightful
Climate. It has Churehes, 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 Steanfboat Companies.
Large Pay Rolls from local Lumbering, Ore Sampling.and Other Industries.
OVER $20,000
Is being expended in Public
Improvements This Year !
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION A PPL Yx TO
Kaslo Board of Trade!
Gr. O. Buoha^am, Pre^*,
G. E. MAltlN, Sec'y.
KJlSJX), J$+ Ck

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