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VOL. III.
KASLO, B. Of, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 24,1898.
NO. 50.
U
In Order to Assist in the Defence of
'   tiie City of
JOINT DISCISSIONS.
Premier Turner and  Mr. Cotton  of
the Opposition, Debating,
tali Tries to Me Out a Spanish Victory ot the
Ij. S. Landing at Daipiri.
, the Spanish Hoy King, tains llic Rile of 0
malioii witlf liftsiiig Cercrnoiiies.
CAPTURED ALL BUT HER MANILLA
Madrid, .Tuno 2.'!.���Advice? from Ad-
luiral Cervora say that the crows of
the Spanish warships at .Santiago have
joined tho land forces in order to tako
part in the defense of tlie city. He
adds that the .situat;'.)ii is critical, bull
a later dispatch affirmed that the
Spaniards "Have victoriously repulsed
the onouiy."
A despatch frorr the governor of
Santiago do Cuba says:
"The attack of Siheny^and Daignlri
continued until nightfall. The enemy was repulsed with the exception
of thc loft at Dalguiri where the Spun-
iiu'ds wore obliged to rotiro in consequence of it Hanking movement upon
tho part of tho enemy. The Spanish
forces retired in good order into the
mountains. Sibeny and Berraoo were
destroyed by ihe American shell.
POLITICAL POINTERS.
When the people dosiro a change of
government thoy will make It. But
tbey want no change this year.
Hero's a little prediction that in a
house of 39 members the Opposition
��� ill have fewer votes than in one of 33.
--Victoria Colonist.
\ joint discussion was held in Revelstoke last Tuesday night participated
in by Premier Turner and Attornoy-
(ieneral Eberts on tho ono side and Mr.
F. C. Cotton, leader of thu Opposition,
and J. M. Kellie, M. P. P., on the
other.
Last night at Nelson, Premier Turner, Mr. Cotton nnd A. s. Farwell, Independent, spoke. Mr. Farwell is a
candidate for the legislature from the
Nelson riding. Mr. ,1. Fred Hume, tho
Opposition candidate was out of tho
city.
To-night, the speakors will be hoard
in Rossland and they are expected in
IC.islo, Monday.
fn an interview with a Nows representative yesterday in Nelson, Premier
Turner expressed the greatest confidence in the outcomo of tho present
contest. The province as a whole will
without, a doubt continue under tho
present government. Tin also spoke in
tho most pleasant torms of Mr. Rotal-
leak and of the good impression that
he was leaving wherever he went.
Mr. Cotton, on thc other hand was
more guarded, and plainly showed the
uncertainly that he felt regarding the
outcome, .Mr. Cotton is the leading
spirit la the Vancouver Ni*v?*>-/*.ilver-
tiser, and probably the strongest man
of his party.
Philippine I
se-
Admiral Camara's Cite Fleet Now Reported Heai|
for Manilla via
tall Wins Ilie 'tatty Raco Out Yaic anil iaiwi.~-K
(1 Troops lo Celebrate itli of July.
tulle,i S]>llnlHtl Victory.
Madrid, June 28, Minister of War,
(ieneral Correa, it is announced, ha-
received a despatch from Santiago announcing that "The Americans first
attack on Puenta Ber raco has been
repulsed aftor a hard fought and bloody
engagement."
Puonta Borraco ia situated a short
distanco from Daigulri, where the 17
S. troops landed yesterday. It is near
tho coast and therefore completely under tho guns of the American flout,
from wliich it can bo judged that il is
highly iuiprobablo that tho army has
boon repulsed as announced iu Ma-
ki-W.	
Confirmation nt tlio Hoy King,
Madrid, June 23.���King Alfonso was
confirmed yesterday with   great  cere
inony.
Hazelwood Dairy Ico Cream at the
Queen Rostaurant always on band.
For best rooms with or without board
try the Davis House.   See adv.       *
Read the Kaslo Morning Newt.
As Mr. Retallack timely says, the
Turner Government has a coherent existence, and responsibility for its acts
can bo readily placed. That govu-n-
r.f'iit is responsible to the people. Place
the Opposition in power and a responsible government ceases.
The poople want to seo no change of
governments Foreign and domestic
capital want to see no change of government. Tho only change desired is
by a hungry Lurdo of office-seekers
whose only claim to recognition is one
set up by themselves.
LOCAL AND GENERAL MENTION.
Items of Interest to the Citizcus of Kaslo, Oft
curfing Here anil There.
London, June 23.���Tho Manila rail-
may company, having offices in this
city, has received a cable message **ay-
ing that though the Philippine insurgents have captured all but the inner
city of Manilla, they arc respecting
property and are refraining from looting,
A London agent of the insurgents
claims to have Information that General Ag'.iinadt; has made a compact
with Admiral Dewey not to attack the
wai 1 oity until l'no American troops
arrive, when the Americans and in: urgent ��� '���viil co-operate.
third year be ha* stroked   th
crew to victory.
e   vai -ity
Thc Government will be returned
and the Opposition press should havo
the sincere thanks of the ministry,
Thoir slanderous assertions, unsubstantiated by argument, have heen
ono of tho leading foatures in turning
tho tido of public feeling in favor of
those assailed.���Vancouver World.
Rumor has it that somo of tho plauks
of the missing Opposition platform���
carried bodily away by thc flood of '91
���havo at last turned up. It seems
that they aro the ones which have
beon most used by the Government for
the last four years, as the Oppositionists claim that Mr. Retallack has,
stolen them. We have it on the best
authority, however, that they were
manufactured in tho Executive offices
at Victoria during the past term; also,
that theii claim is adjudged outlawed
in the court of publio opinion.
Try the table at tbe Davis House,
Bee adv, *
Rev. C. A. Proeunier returned last
night from Rossland where he went to
receive the ordination rites of the
Church of England. Ho will return to
Rossland next Saturday to act as a supply pastor in a church there for a few
weeks beforo starting for his permanent assignment at Port Steele. His
family will reraaiu hero for tho present.
Tlio boats have been bringing in
more passengers since the snow hus
left the bills. Every night brings a
number of prospectors who aro out for
now claims or to do assossmont work
on the old. Tho hotel registers make
a better showing and the town is taking on more of an air of business and
activity.
A crew of sixty men leave this morning to begin work on government trails
about to be built in tbe Duncan river
country. The tug Red Star and a
barge will convey them to the hoad of
the lake. The work will bo under the
supervision of Phil McDonald.
W. H. Maxwell, a  mining  man  of
Denver, Colorado, is in tho city.
For a nice spring chicken call at the
Queen Restaurant.
tnuiiuM Beading for Manilla.
Palermo, Juno 23.-���The Giternale di
Sicilia publishes a despatch from tbe
Island of Panoallaron, southeast of
Sicily, announcing that Admiral Cam
ara's squadron, consisting of seven war
siiip*i, including three torpedo boats
atid convoying Ave transports, passed
there on Tuesday, June 21, going in
th.* direction of Sue/..
f. S. Ith of .Inly With ��. V. Troojs-s.
Washington, June 2:!.���Secretary ol
State Day has granted permission to
British Columbia troops to participate,
armed and equipped, in the Fourth of
July celebration at Seattle ami Sp -
kano upon condition that Gov. Rogers
has no objection.
LSDldSsTDS for the Allinmc
London. June  22.- 'J'!;.    Ma
I .        ". ne, sei i atai y of   itate foi
addressing the conservative unions
dor�� i ihi' recent Birmingham sjn
of Secretary ofthe Colonies Ghai
lain, expressing thi'Bhope thai th
would come when the Stars and ���'"���
and the Union Jack worn ' wave tog
er ovor an Anglo-Saxon alliani b
Lord Landsdowne said that he f<
nothing in Camberlain's speech to
fend the common sense or the pat-
ism of the British people.
i h
ay
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l. i- I lo Yiini-inint-i-.
Edward Burchell, the c. P,  I.
graph operator,   after   several   <
' Cornell Detents Yalts ami Harvanl.
New London, Cain.. .Tune 23.���Excepting for the matter of a few feet at
the start, Cornell was never headed in
tho big 'varsity race today, coining
over the line a good throe and one-halt
lengths ahead of Yalo and about ten
lengths ahead of Harvard. The course
was rough and tho time therefore
somewhat slow. Cornell did the four
miles in 23:48, Yale 24:02 and Harvard
24:35. F. B. Briggs, who rowed stroke
for Cornell, is a Canadian, his home
being ia Waterloo, Quo.   This is the
at  \  ������ ���
you. Ned
lorning for his  ni
i.    Here's   B-ood
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iya
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to
flood  ProtpMti for South I'orl.
A Newt representative while tn
son yesterdaj ������ is informed t i il
n 'ni tppltcation  forgovernmei
fi :  ilu- Smith ''erk wai'.on run I   :-
dei favorable consideration, with
prewpeel Oi being   rant
Sam Sebwfmder will give old
ring, worth 120 to any one who can
produce a watch that he cannot put in
perfect order. He , n be found al the
Koslo Drug store. Call ai see
h i rn. 	
Is This What Von An- l.ookl.:,; lor.'
Comfortable; clean, well [arch-bed
room~ by the day. woek or month at
reasonable prices at the Victoria, A
avenue, near 6th street. No b
tached. Baths free to enests. A specially low rate ot trom $(' up per month
to permanent roomers.
W_ J. Haix, Propr.
Advertise in the News,   It pays. TIIE KASLO
Published Every Mornino Except
Monday at Kaslo, 11, C.
By The News Pub. Co.
Subscription, $1 per month���Advertising* ratos made known on application
JUNE. 1898.
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Till' DEADLY PARALLKI
tt will bo till) cn-
doavor of thu Slo-
i an Sun to conduct
ii clean nml legit t-
mute campaign. *
it will pot lull il re i-i "rod imi,''
Im id language nor
lentiori   by   cheap last    issue
To the Electors of tbo Slocan Ridin'gof
West Kootenay Electoral District:
(Jeiitleruon���At tbe request of a large
proportion of the community representing every section of tbe  Riding,  I bog
to announce myself ns a candidate for
your suffrages in the coming elections.
In respectfully soliciting your votes
ami support, I  declare   myself   a  supporter and follower of   tbo   Hon. J. H.
Turner as the loader of   tho only party
in this Province   with a defined  policy
nml coherent existence.
During my eight years' residenco In
this district I have been  a  consistent
supporter of his party in recognition of
8    9 10 11 ft   their attitude in  meeting, ami in cases
 JE I anticipating the requirements and ex-
/l\   I fl  17  1 Q    'M pansion of this great mining region.
O ll) 11  IO ^j,       i an, in   favor  of   tho   following reforms:
1. Tlie abolition of tho tax upon
working minors.
i. The abolition of the Mortgage
Tax.
3. Tho distribution of souls in tho
Legislature in direct proportion to population.
I. J iio not approve of the policy of
tlio lute Legislative Assembly in using
their iniliH'tn-i! to exolude torelgn rail-
roads, such us the proposed railroad to
Boundary Creek.
5, 1 favor certain revisions in the
Mineral and Land Acts, particularly
some easy plan by whieh tho holders of
olalms can advertise out their defaulting co-owners.
ii. In filling all government appointments I uin in favor of appointing bona
lido residents of the district in nil oases
whoro such can bo found competent to
act.
7, 1 believe that the Provincial
Legislature should bring all tho aid
il��� iil influence at its command to the assistance of ��lbe lead minings industry, especially in the direction ol
obtaining stronger recognition from
the Federal Government at Otywa of
the Importance of this industry ami the
disadvantages under  which    it   now
la I airs.
If you do me ihe honor to elect mean
your representative, I will at ull times
endeavor to protect und furthor the In-
terosU, uoi only of the prospector, bui
uls i of nil those employed in and
aioi'wd our mines, reeogni-tna' ilia' our
entire community 7 dependant upon
tlio mining Industry.
1 nn:, gonlh-imn, your obedient servant, John L, Retallaok,
01 the foregoing, the following have paid dividends oi follows:
Payne.    -     Tl,iW0,0W|Noble Five   7"~~tn,ouo
.SlocanStar....    400,000 Ooodenottgb...      3'_,500
Ruth     moo.ihv Washington...     ai,uou
Reeo      387,600 .lackson       '.turno
Rambler-Carl..     40.000 Surprise      '.'0,1)00
Ho, Fishermen.
Besides the foregoing, oilier mines, unstr.ek
ed, have paid dividends an follows: q
Idaho	
Whitewater.
Sloean Hoy..
,s 240,000 Last '.'hance...
ll't.ism Antolne	
_.i,00ti! Monitor	
Following ls a comparative statement of ore
shipped from parlsol IheSloean and Ainsworth
mining districts, passing through the custom
house at Kaslo to foreign smellers for the live
recorded months of 189., all ol 1890 andlW7:
RPlTORtAL OUTCRQPPINGS
The guttersnipe
(edited by a foreigner) that curries the smell of
the sewer Into every homo in which
it enters, prints a
yard or two of pel -
seek to attract at- sonal abuse in  ii
It
wit, vulgar abuse, doesn't make much
and ill-worded im- difference what it
pertinence. It will says about the Op-
strive to moid the position,  as   one
languageof the flsh lean  walk  outside
wife and tho broth- its  circulation   in
el, and hopes to ex- live minutes.���Slo-
press its views de- can  Sun,    Mist   is-
cently    and    with .sue.
���   regard to the
: ���   ���>: loiies     ,1 u 1!
1 I   Itcil 8 of   BVi'l'J
��� Slocnn
 luslui is   , tbiitty of a state or
ii ll Ion is one of tht' first and most im-
poi'tant IhingB that every citizen
should strive to establish. Business di ���
|ir il in is bound to follow In tbo v ako
ol .very radical change of administration of governmental affairs. The af-
fu of this Province are in perfect
working order, and tho people and
home ami foreign capital have  perfect
itldence in the present Government
in. l want to see no change, A ohange
ul : lis time to an irresponsible Gov-
irument would mean disaster to the
mining Interests of Kootonay.
The Kootonay country does not want
any "penny wiso aid pound foolish''
legislation at this or any other tin'te.
By turning tho law-making power of
the province over to a eet of men who
represent no coherent party, il would
be impossible lo place responsibility
for the chaotic state of uiTai,"., whloh
would surely follow. '1 ha people know
this. Consequently no chango will be
made this year.
Capital will never seek investment
where governments are weak and the
Inws do uot guarantee just and equitable treatment. Turn British Columbia Over to tho Oppositionists and btich
a state of confusion Would result from
tho frantic offorts of tho Opposition's
bell ��� wothem to have themselves
picked out for fat snaps, that capital
would give thia province the gc*by and
neck other HelAs of Investment,
The Slocan Sun,  Mr. Green's new
semi-weekly cfrnpalfh organ, inr.de Its
If you're after the uews���red
bat from tho wires -read tho
New*       :      :      :      :      :
NCMUKK OV VOTt.ltS Itl(ilSTKHKI).
The following table shows tho number of registered voters in Slocan
riding:
Town. No. of Votes.
Kaslo    5*2
Xew  Denver     208
Sandon     166
Sloean I 'ity	
Three I'\)rits...,
Ainsworth	
Silverton 	
Whitewater
Hobson	
Pilot Hay	
Cody	
Bear Lake	
Balfour	
Vovey	
Aylwin	
Duncan	
Deer Park	
Rosebery	
MoGuigan	
Lardo	
Kokanee	
Slocan Crossing.
Total	
If you want the news while it
it IS news, subscribe for tho
Kaslo Mornino News. Its
only $1 per month	
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MIR IK G RECORDS,
METAL HfOTATIONS.
New York. Juno 2.1.���.Silver, WJ^o
Lesd���Strong; lookers' price, M.7J, oxehange
ore shipments,
From Jan. 1,1893, to date tne leading mines
of the Blocan region have snipped over the
Kailo A Blocan Railway (or water transports,
tlon from Kailo, ���� follows:
msh".	
ftyne	
Ruth	
Whitewater.,
IL CO,
Tons. Mine,
,.  .500 Eureka ...
2122 Fidelity.,,
efgn
Year.
1888 (5months)..
lsi.r, (12 months),
1897 (la months).
Totals	
tirnss Weight Q rots Value ol
of Or,, in l.bs. Oro in Dolhus
2,202,890 t   1M,M1
28,844,Ml 1,111,111]
78,596,890 8,099,88(1
Will supply you
with Evert king
Needful at LOw
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911.148 ,S01
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stock QUOTATIONS,
���following la a table of the leading stocked
mining companies ol the Blocan und Ainsworth
minUg divisions:
Companies,
No. of   I   I'nr
Siiiir.-s   1 Value
Market
Value
I'avne I   1,0110,1100'     fl.iu    $
(slooan Star  I   l.ooo.ooo!        .mi $2.00
Kuth  ;     l'.1i,iKKi     XI        $
ROCO i Is(KKI.IHH)
Noble Five  1,200,000
Washington..., 1,000,000
Rambler-Cariboo. 1,0
Surpriso I 229,000
Charleston ! lW.OOO
Qoodenough I ROO.OIX)
1 in-ill Western nsi.iksi
Jackson(North'nBoll) i.ium.imi
American Hoy  1,000,000
Kaalo-Montesuma.. I
Dardanelles  I 1,000,000
UIbson  I (150,000
Wonderful	
st. Keverne,
Idler	
London Bill.
Black liiiiiiionct.
Dellle	
Ellen 	
MoLcod
'I'wln    	
I.iiuo.risi,
1.000,000
000,000
1,200,1
-. 0,0
i.oou.ooii
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1.00 .li:
1.001 .2.-1
I.IKV .22
l.IKI. 4
1.00 i
1.00 .'Hi
.30 .80.
i.iki ,28
l.oo .18
1.00 ,86
1.00 .09
1.00 .1."' _
l.IKI
1.00
1.00
,80
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
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JNo - '.,ok on the market
OHAMOID8 IN jiimniiuws.
The following changes in tbe Hritish
Columbia mining laws should be oaro*
full) studied by those Interested iu
mining in this IVo, Inci !
Plrat of these refers to the location
effractions. I i oil fractions surveyed
from now ou, .������ i 1 thnl' staked correct!,.
01' not, the surveyor way adopt the
boundary linos of the surrounding
chums, provided no side exceeds I.vni
feet ln length, [n other words, the locator is ontitled to the vaciint ground
that ho claims, even if ho does not
Hluke it ii. such a manner as to Include
it all, whii 11 ho seldom does.
Iiy a reoent decision of thu courts a
prospector loot a claim bocuuso of inability to seeur,'' tho post necessary to
mark tbe location. The amendment
provides that in CMOS where claims are
Staked above the timber line, or the
prospector can not secure tho necessary posts, be nuiy erect monuments of
earth or stone.
In staking un extension tbe posts ure
often planted so as to form n wed (reshape fraction between two ends ol toe
two claims. These fractions have often incurred (���real expense, not only in
recording and surveying, but in cases
where they curry tbe lead, and thus become of such value as to promote iiti-
u-ution. Tho amended act, authorises
the surveyor to include such fraction,
provided It does not.cover more thun
61.66 acres, the area of a full claim,
ami provided further thai two location
posts are together.
By failuro to record assessment work
within the required period of one year,
either through oversight or the misunderstanding of partnership interests,
valuable claims have been lost. Now,
if a prospector fulls to record the work
within a yoar, ho hits SO days' additional time in which to make tno record by
payment of an extra $10.
Another change regarding the assessment work is in that particular
which called for work to tho amount of
$100 each year. Now, a miner can do
and record as many assessments as ho
pleases In a year by paying the recording fee tor each assessment done to the
extent of $100.
ln case anybody should adverse an
application for a certificate of Improvement and crown grant, tho contestant
must have his claim surveyed, immediately and filo a plan made and signed
by an authorized provincial land surveyor with the writ.
To obtain a crown grant in 1896 it
was necessary to do asaossment work to
the amount of $500 and to havo the
claim surveyed, which moant another
$100. In 18&7 the act was amended so
as to provide that up lo May 1,1898,the
cost of such survey should count as
work done on the claim, not to exceed
9100. In plain English, It counted as
an assessment and as work toward the
crown grant. A survey generally costs
$100.   The last legislature extends the
prices, Steel rods,
Jointed or Telescoped;    Hooks,
Bails 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,
Iu the Grocery Department, a line 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
>     Sandon,    Ainsworth
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Hor the Jobbing:   I rade_l
Just Received, a Largo Invoice of Cigars, Including KTCY
WEST, svi.via. OLYMPIA, CORONA, DEL RBY, ES��
PANOLA, TRIUMPO, MONOPOLE AND SWELL !
This is in
TRADE.
dltion to my already well established GROCERY
L. A.RICKERS.
THEEASLO GROCERY, ^,8^������TOtef,5S_^��nw
St<
an d
)ics
Screw
Plates
General Hardware !
Poinls, Oils, Garden Tools.
Hamilton Byers,   Kasl0'
Atll'NT TRUAX AUTOMATIC ORE CARS.
Sandon.
P. BURNS & CO.,
KASLO   MARKET.
. /// Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats.
FISH m POULTRY JN SKA SON |
Central Hotel,
FROST BT., KASl.O, B.C.
Now Building.���Newly Purniriwd Throughout.
Best Rooms in the City.
A KIIWT CLASS DAK IN CONNECTION.
KKUTKi: St en.
Adams House,
KASl.O, H, ('.
RATES, ��1 I'l'.K HAY AND UPWARDS,
Adams Bros., Props.
Sola��gentsfor taiist BEBR, Milwaukee, wis.
Nelson House
KABLO, B.O.
NELSON A BOSTRUM, I'ltoi'HIKTOKS.
Nicely fiiriiinlii'il rooms, Bar well Itooked. .pa*
kuiu'lioor on luiiuKlit by Bohooner or quart.
Bent frue lunch in the city.
Silver King Hotel
OTTO AUGUSTINE. I'ROl'RIF.TOR.
Bar and Billiard Room
IN CONNECTION.
Rooms from |2 per week up. Newly furnished
throughout. Elcctrle Lights. Front St., next
door to Post Office, Kssln. B. C.
Lake View
Restaurant.
UY P. P. FOSSOM.
Reasonable Prices and Good Living
Pr.ONT STREET,
Tom
tl
15
1(H* Sovereign     80
��8UQueen Boss    1T0  - -
llrst appoaranoe last evening.   Its ed-; f,*��<-**.i>iJ5'*.*;^'   ���iHlf.'S'-     ��i the proceedings shall give afflrmfctivo j kuskonook. nitmsn Columbia.
'    v   ^' B SsmDler-cailboo    sMuibson     ij evidence ol title. Hewiioforo the burd-
itm'lal expressions are, ss a rule, writ*; gg?&&::,.,   ^fflZZ'd::.  *B
time to May 1.1899. ���
Hereafter, fn adverse proceed iny'i lu __>
oonneotlon with the title to mineral i���
claims, before any court, each party to; fialama Hotel,
KASl.O. B. <\
MI8CEI.LANE0U8 ADVKHTJSEMENT8.
Confectionery,
Tobacco, Cigars!
Best in overy line. A stock of fancy groceries is soon to be added to our stock.
Carney Bros.,
Front BL, opposite Ksjlo Hotel, Knslo, B. 0.
J. Turner & C
o.
l'osloftit:
29,
Wholesale dealers ln liny,
Oatc", Bran, Chop ,;.- Fruits.
Agent for Marshall's-Tens.
Importers of Cigars und Tobacco. Muil orders lironnit-
ly filled    .   .
Front at., near New*. Office, Kaslo, B."C
K
OOTENAY STIOAM LAUNDRY
Whit. Labor.
improved Maehtnety,
The Bc-nt Work at
Reaaottabla Prices.
Kaslo, B. C,
PROFESSIONAI, CARDS.
DR.J. F..B. ROGKRH,
PlimrlAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate Trinity Unlveisiiy, Toronto, Ont
Member of College o( I'hysielans and Surgeons
Licentiate of theB. C. Couneil.   Lato of New
York IIos-pluils ��t��l ���Polycllnie.    01T.TO on  A    ,j
, av. I.'u��i;lt,il .cor.Stli H. mid II ave.. K,i.i��� ta r   (?]
mie.
' it ave., K.i���Io.m.i-.
^s^s���i,.,,.. SSHSSSSSSM
ton with ability. ��� Tho News wishes its
new contemporary every suocess that
Jt may legitimately strive for, except
political success; for the assendency of
the Opposition would be a calamity to
this Province.
Goodenough,,.
Dardanelles.,.
silver Ball.
KsWlo's only fjsjaily*
M> A_tolne..
��" Ait_	
02 Bismarck .
185
4(1
63
��� Concontrttei,    "
The following Is t partial statement of ore
shipments over the C. P. R, from Slocen aud
Lardeau points slue Unuary lit, not Included
ln thcforefolng:
"KHT T$250, or both.   This k  supposed to
Mine. Tons ;M!ne.
Vancouver       401811 ver Cup..
(Hlocsn Star     ����!W��vi��rV ���
Vi\vr\r      JIM Iilali"	
���i-;ii'.���i*i''i��o .,. . * - Ip --stsWUsvtijitt
"ftehoeiurttea
en of proof was on the oontestant,
The fee for recording aseesstuent
work has been reduced from 92.75 to
���2.60. Heretofore the fee for recording
assessment* 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 Miereon, Is liable to
imprisonment for uix months or a  fine
directed,  particularly  toward pre
i vent-in   th      ie '���' "'''i  |*osl i M  |
aoos i/l a jifioi* locatlottl
Otherwise. Atmctrong's Landing
and Goat River Landing.
' Mrs. Wm. Middleton. Propr.
We ester especially to the traveling publio.
For Freshest Fruits
-SEE-
W. Meadows,
Front Street. Opposite Steph-
euson's Drug 3tore, Kaslo. .-.
Also FWe line of CONfrX'TJOifiBHY,
TOBACCO ANDCIGstiaa.
J)R. A. 8. MAHbliA;,!..,
DENTIST.
Graduate of American College.Chlcago.
kaslo, b. c
W.J. TWISS,
Real Estate and Mining Broker!
IN&UBANCE
tttt
-', B, 0, �����'���>' Did You
EVER !
B**e eutitS tt nlw li';c  ul
Fishing '!':: 7!*j ad weare
Shewing '-hi* muni!;''
Take a look at it and
be ajfpvirisied tlu.t it is
��� the best in town. It don't
cost any thing to look,
and if yoiVbuy, you will
find prices lowest of the
low.
Fine WatclwRepairing.
LAMONT & YOUNG,
���    FBONT8T.,      -      KASl.O, B.C.
Sporting Goods a Specialty.
Official Directory.
DOMINION DIKl'.CTOI'.Y.
Uovernor-iietiernl Karl of Aberdeen
Premier    ....      Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Member House of i oiuiim,us,Dominion I'arlia-
inent, for West Kootenay.   .  Hewitt Bostock
PROVINCIAL DIRKCTORY.
Ueut.-C.overnor . . Hon. T. It. Mclnnes
Premier .... Him. .1. II. Turin r
Attorney-General . Hon. D. M. Eberts
Com. of Lands and Works .-��� Hon. Q. n. Martin
Minister Mines nud Edueatinn . llon.Jas.Haker
President Executive Counei] . Hon.C.E.Pooloy
Provincial Mlnemloglsl
Member*; Legislative Assembly for West Kootenay��� North Hilling I. M. Kellle
Mouth Hiding 1. V. Hume
KASLO OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Mayor Chas.W. Mi-Ann
Aldermen���A.W. Qoodenough, im;. Archer,J. D.
Moore, <l. Iliirtin. 1>. W. Moore, Geo. Whiteside.
City Clerk .... K. K. < illinium
Police Magistrate       .      .      . Alex Lucas
I'liy Marshal    ... .  M. V. Adami
Assistant vv. A. Milne
Auditor C. 1>. MgKensle
Treasurer    .      .      .    , .   *���. II. Gri on
Assessor S. P. TUI'l
Water Commissioner R. A. Cockle
Health Oltleer   , .       1/r. .1. !���'. li   Kogi n
i ity louneil meets every Wednesday I p. in.a I
lljlmli, Kit st., butsVi Oil Front St. nnd A me
VOl.t'NTEKR FIRE
(Jhltrf     ....
First Deputy chlel
Second Deputy Chlel.
Third Deputy Chief
Secretary    ...
Treasurer
IEPARTMKNT.
Hugh P. 1-Teii-ln i
tleo. Keid
.   Joliin.il,,-
Geo. Whllesidi
Archie Muni,
.   ���.      mis Adams
DISTBH I'  DIRKCTORY,
Mining Isi-corder- ���-��� essor-Tax Col, . Jno.Keen
Collector of Customs      .      .     3.V Mcintosh
Hehool Trustees  August Carney, J, I). Moon-,
u. 0. Buchanan. Principal���Prof, Jus. Hislop.
KASLO P08tOFI.CE.
Oeneral delivery opon dWiiv r8nndays excepted) from s a. m. until 7 p. in. Lobby open from
7 a. tn. to0s8O p, in. Mails for despatch closeev-
ery evening exoopl Saturday and Bunday. m '.'
p. m. Mails arrive froi.i I'nilcd states and Inks-
points dally except Sunday, at 0,80 p. m. Vfum
ti. p. It. and slocan points, arrive dally, except
Sunday, at! p. in. Registration ollieeopen.S.:itl
a. in., ti.ao p. in. Money order 0fT.ee and l'o.-i-
oftlee Savings Hunk open9a. in toS p. m.
8. H. GREEN, Postmaster.
CIICHCH JlIllKI TOUY.
JsIKTHODISTCIH'licil -Cor. C and 5th it.   Divine services every Sunday n a. m. and 7.80 p.
ni. Bnnday IOs.OOlH.WI. strangers weleonie.
Kev. .1. A. Wood, Pastor.
PRESBYTERIAN flll'KCIl-Cor. Ith st. and H
ave. Services every Sunday 11 h. m. and iM
p. m. Sunday school and Bible class,OO p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening S o'clock.
Free seats. Strangers heartily welcome.
Kev. A. D. statutes. Minister.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND���Southweit cur. of C
ave. and 6th st. Services every Sunday al 11 a.
in. and 7.1*0 p. ra. Allan-euidlally invited.
Rev. David Richards, M Issloner in Charge.
CATHOLIC CHURCH���Corner C avenue   and
8th st.   No regular pastor at present,   Occasional serviees by special announcement.
FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS.
MASONS Ka 1" Lodge No. .,*,, A. F. ii
A. M., meets tlrst Monday In every
month at Masonic hull! over (Ireen
Hros'. store Visiting brothers invited to attend. H. Byers, W, ti,
K. E. Chipman, Secretary.
M.VSONIC CHAPTER Kootenay Chapter, It.A.
.M., holds regular convocations on the second
Tuesday of each month iu Masonic hall,Kaslu
Visiting com nan inns are cordially Invited.
Chas. Truinbull.Scrihe E. K. E. chipman, Z.
MACCABEES���Slocan Tent No. 6. Knights of
thu Maccabees, meets second and fourth Monday* of each month at Livingston's 1.all,Kaslo
Visiting Knights cordially invited.
W, A. Daviesi Commander.
i>olph .tolinson, Keeper oi Records,
FORESTERS���Courl Kaslo No. 81S7. Independent Order of Foresters.   Meets ith Friday ol
each month    In  Victoria   house.     Visiting
brethren are cordially Invited.
\V. 1). Strathern, Chief Ranger.
w. j. Hall, Kecordiiig Secretary.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Tbe Davis House!
Apartments fer gentlemen.
. Everything  iirst-class.   A
dining room in connection.
MRS. J. C. DAVIS, Proprietress.
McPhail block. Fifth and
Front street**, Kuslo, 13. C.
Provincial Secretary's Office.
8th June, 1898.
TTI8 HONOUR THE UEUTENANT-UOVER-
M nor has hceu pleased toappolnt FLETCHER S. ANDREWS, Esquire, to be. Returning Officer for thc Slocnn Riding of Wesl Kooten*y
Electoral,District; and
His Honour the Licit- I'Riit-f.overuor'jthas
been pleased tn appoint and declare ihe Govern incut Office, Kb 'o, to be the place for the
nomination of er; I '" for selection.to the
Legislative Assembly in th-* ^occn Riding of
West Kootenay Electoral District.
PROCLAMATIONS
[L.S.]     THOS. R, MoINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, by the Craco of God, of
the United Kingdom of Groat Britain and Ireland, QuhkN, Defender
of the Faith, &c., &c., &c.
To all to whom these Presents shall
come���Greeting.
A PROCLAMATION.
D. M. EbSBTS, Attorney-General.
WHEREAS it is advisable  to establish the following polling
places in the soveral  and  respective Electoral Districts hereinafter
named.
NOW KNOW YE that, by virtue of
the authority contained in tho "Provincial Elections Act," the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council doclares that the
following polling places shall be, and
they are hereby, established for the
several Electoral Districts, thc names
of wliich are sot opposite such polling
places, respectively, that is to eay:~-
Polling Places. Electoral District-
Kaslo  \
Ainsworth	
Pilot Bay  I
Argenta  [
Sandon **.  j
Xew Denver  j        West
Silverton  !  Kootenay-
Slncnn City  j       Slocan
Kobeon  I      Riding.
rubileePolhtiHouserLlt i
rt'liitewaler Station.. . ]
Three Fork9  j
Deer Park	
.-.'ucun Jnm't.C'.&K.Uy. '
[n Testimony Whereof We have
caused these Our Letters to he
made Patent and tho Groat Seal
of British Columbia to bo 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 Provlnoe,thls
lifteenth day of June, in tho year of
Our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight, and in the
sixly-llrst year of Our Reign.
By Command.
A. CAMPELL REDDIE,
Deputy Provincial Secretary.
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
Notice io Provincial Tax Payers.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thoso persons who desire to
take advantage of the lower rate
for the current year must send tho
amount thereof to me on or before the
80th June, instant.
JOHN KEEN,
Provincial Assessor and Collector.
Kaslo, B. C.
2llth May, 1MI8.
HIS HONOUR THE LIKtTEXANT-COVER.
nor has boen pleased to appoint thu undermentioned persons tn be Col lectors of Voles,
under the provisions of seethin lit of thc "Redistribution Act, 1S1I8," namely:
JOHN I). SIHHALII, of Revelstoke, lor the
Revelstoke Riding, West Kootenay Electoral
District.
ALEXANDER l.fCAS, of Kaslo, for Ihe
Slocan Hiding, West Kootenay Electoral District.
RODERICK E. TOLM1E, of Nelson, for tho
Nelson Riding, Wost Kootenay Electoral District.
JOHN KIRKI'P, ol Rossland, for the Rossland Riding, West Kootenay Electoral District.
And his Honor the  Lientena:i's'".overnor hns
bee-i |il--a-cd i -  htjpnllli the  i i-'.-r n.-n'io'ied
er on lo '����� !������-��� r b :i- iu ��� ������!  ��� I    .     ���>���'*���   tt"
���   l I-10   '  lit -"��� "     I   *; .:���������
,,c  lonii.-r   i-..
.M..its-11'iy,
Nelson.
A.   .:< F.'.i
STEAMER HALYS.
CAPTAIN W. W. WEST.
Does Jobbing Trade on Kootenay Lake.
Leave order* with George (labor   fni. ���national Wharf, Kaslo.
T
I
���4
[L.8.]     THOS. R. McINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, BY THE GRACE OF GOD, OF THE
UNITED KINGDOM OPGREAT BRITAIN
AND IRELAND, QUEEN, DEFENDER OF
THK FAITH, Ac, ,vc, Ae.
To Our Faithful the -Members elected to serve
in the Legislative Assembly of Our Province ol Hritish Columbia,and to all whom
it may concern,���tlKEETINtl.
A PROCLAMATION.
n M iRPHTs     J "VTTIIEREA8 WB HAVi
and consent of Our Executive Council of Our
Province of British Columbia, to dissolve the
present Legislative Assembly of Out said Province, which stands prorogued until summoned
for dispatch of business.
NOW KNOW VK that We do,   for   this end,
publish this our Royal Proclamation, and do
hereby dissolve the  Legislative Assembly accordingly, and the members thereof are dis
charged from further attend,nice on same.
l.v testimonv WHEREOF We have caused
these Our Letters t<> be made Patent, and
the ureal soul nf British Columbia tube
hereunto affixed I WITNESS, Ihe Honourable tho.mas it, MoINNES, Lieutenant-
Governor of Out laid Pros, iiii-o of flrilish
Columbia, In our City of Victoria, in our
said Province, this seventh day of June,
in ihc year of our i,i,rd nne Thousand
Bight Hundred and Mnotv-Efght, and in
thu sixty-first year of Our Reign.
Ry Command,
H. II. TYRWHITT DRAKE,
Registrar, ' the Euj remc Courts
is
r
Arrived
A Seasonable Line of
. Fine Groceries .
Including Such Delicacies as
Smyrna Dried Figs. Preserved Now Orleans Flgg.
x. |!\ Ram Lai Toa.   Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
_TL        __��      Ami all Noted Brands of Coffee, Mecca, Mocha and Java.
it        WW <'i'ofm .v. BlaekweH's Pickles.
bh|_ jEr Patterson'h Chutney Pickles.    French mustard.
���*���  T Sliced Smoked Beof and the Noted Beef Extract, Bovril.
*^. Wo can furnish almost tiny  thing desired in  the
Grocery Line,    lint that is not ull.
Our Men's Furnishing Goods.
Continue to comprise the Largest and finest Assortment in the city.   Call
and sec them.
GRE
ROS.,
Corner A Avenue and Third Street, Kuslo, B. 0
[r.,8.]     THOS. R, McINNES.
CANADA.
PUOVIsN'CEof BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTOR!.\, BV THEQR U'EOPGOD, or TIIK
UNITED KIMllioM OFQREAT BRITAIN
ANDIRELAN1), QUEEN, DErENDI I OE
Tim FAITH, Ac, Ac ,.'.<'.
To all to  svhfim these 11
OREET1NO.
its shall
A PROCLAMATION.
II M  KHI'-RT*.     > "TTIT31511?*8    WK ARK
may be, to meet onr people of onr 1'ro, Inoeol
grltlsh Columbia, and to have their advice In
Our l.eitislature, we do make |mo*jrn ��'in Royal
Will and Pleasure to call a new Legislative Assembly of Our said Province; and do further
declare Hint, by the advice of our Executive
Council of It iii ish Columbia, IV ��� have this day
Klven order*, for Issuing Our Writs in due form,
for railing a ��rw Legislf.tive Assembly fot oer
said I'rovince. wliich Wiils n r,- to boar date on
the seventh day of June. i_lstant, and to be returnable on or before the thirty Bret day oi
August next.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused
these Our tellers to be mado Patent, and
the Public Seal of the sai.l I'rovince to lie
hereunto affixed: WITNESS, the Hon-
ourableTHOMAS it. McINNES, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said I'rovince of
Hritish Col in, i hia, in Our City of Victoria,
in Onr said Province, this sevenrhday of
June, in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-Eight,
and tu thesixu-tirst yearof Our Reign.
By Command.
li. 11. TYRWHITT DRAKE,
RosMstra. -if too Supreme Court.
.mi:j.
[U.S.]      THOS. It*. Mi'LNNES.
VICTORIA, IIY THE0RAOE oi' GOD,OFTHB
UNITED KINGDOM 0H.GREA I' BRITAIN
AND IRELAND, QUEEN, DEFENDER OF
THE FAITH, .s-c..,vc.,.vc
To the Returning officer of the Sloean Riding
of West Kootenay llei [oral District:
WHEREAS   HIS   HONOUR   TIIE   I.IEI'-
tenant-Governor of British Columbia
has, by a Proclamation bearing date
the 7th day of June, 1898, boon pleaded lo dissolve the Legislative Assembly of the said
Province; and whereas it is necessary to hold
Elections throughout the said Prniinev W fill
the vacancies caused by such dissolution, We
command you that.notice of lUc lime ami place
of Election being duly riven, sou do cause Election to be made, accoVdlng to law, ol one
Member to serve lu the Legislative Assembly
of the I'rovince of British Columbia for the
Slocan Riding ol West Kootenay Electoral District, nnd that yon do cause the nomination of
Candidates at such Election' to be held on the
2flth day of June. 1KW, and do cause the inline
of such Member, when so circled, whether he
be present or absent, to be certified to Our Sn
nreine Court, at the City of Victoria, on or before the Hist day of August next, the Election
SO made, distinctly and openly coder Our SenI
duly indorsed in.on tills our Writ
l.over;.uu"i! I!>; ;sc, nt VI, Inriit, Ihb* ��**s.-
cuih nay of.I::ne. in llic your of Onr Lord
Oue Thousand Bight Hundred and Nine
ty-Eighl.
By Command.
B. II. TYRWHITT DRAKE,
Registrar ol Ihe Supreme Court.
13   fl liU!IL
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Notice to the Public.
Sprag-ue, Wash., May 31, 18fl8.
To Whom it may Concern:
AH persons are notified that I will not
be responsible for debts contracted by
_3J wife, Bontta Davios. J. B. Davteb.
FRESH FRUITS
and VEGETABLES
Also Hay, Feed and Produce.
 V    ..;   ���������.	
Wo ship direct from Califcrnin and are prepared to quote
the lowest market prices on all kinds of fruits ln season.
BAKER ST.,    -
NELSON, B. C. RAILROADS and steamboats.
Shortest uml quickest routo to  tlio
Coeur d'Alene mines, Palouse. Lewis-'
ton, Walla Walla, Baker City mines,
Portland, San Francisco, Cripple Creek
gold mines and all points east and south.
Only line east vin Salt Lake and Denver.
Steamer tickets to Kurope and other
foreign countries.
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
three days for San l-'ranoisco.
Leave
TmxT-
o.iii.
daily.
(Too
ti.ni.
daily.
Bpojkane Time Schedule      i Arrive
FAST MAIL  Walla Walla, Port-1   7.4.
land, sun Francisco, linker city    a. m.
>nd the Bast. ____________
LOCAL MAIL -Coeur d'AlenOa, l ti.to ~
Fatmtngton, Qarfleld, Colfax, [ p. m.
I'litlinnll and Moscow. |  .lniiy.
For Uirough tickets mid further Information,
apply to JAMBS WAUGH, -
Agt I. N. .ti T, Co., Kuslo, H. ,'..
Or fcto. R. A N. Co.'s office, 480 Riverside avoj,
Spoknne, Wash.    ll. ti. ADAMS,Oeneral Agt.
Ur    W. R. HULBURT, G. P. A., Portland.Ore
Nelson �� Fori Sheppard,
Red Mountain Railways.
Tho only all rail route without
change of cars botween Nolson and
H.msland **'."_l Spokane "i"] Rossland.
TIME CARD.
Leave G.20 a. m Nelson Arrlv  6.86 p. m
Leave 12.05 a. m...Rossland Arrive 11.2o p.m.
Lea v/O 8.80 n. m Bpokane Arrive 3.10 p. m
The train that leaves Nelson at <i:2o
a. m. makes closo connections at Spokane with trains for all . . .
1'AllC COAST I'(ITS.
Passengers for Kettle river & Boundary
ck. connect ul Marcus with stage daily.
KASLO!
' THE BUSINESS CENTER
OF THE
AINSWORTH
MINING
KASLO & SLOCAN jr.
Trains Run on l'lieille Stnudurd Time.
(loiiiR West.
8.(X)a. in. Lv.
h,:IO a. tn. Lv.
9.80 ii. m. l.v
H.31 ii. in. Lv..
10.08n. in. l.v ���
10.18 a. in. I.v
10.88 a. in. I.v
10.60 a, m. Ar.
Tl MKC A HP.
Daily
 K aslo	
.South Fork..
... .Sprnnlo's
..Whitewater.
. ..BearLake..
... .McGulgau .
Cody Juhotion
... .Sundon ���
UoillR
Ar B.60
.Ar8.16
.ifj.r
.Ar2.00
Ai II,
Ar LS
.Ar LIS
l.v LOO
p. in.
p. in
p. m.
1p.m.
'p.m.
p. in.
UKO. K. COPKLAND, Bupt,
ROUT. UtVIN'i;, 0, I'. A P. A.
1AT10NAL
m-
him, \ r
N O H T II K It N
HAU. WAY
-WEST
The surveyor's chain made it the
ShOrtrst Transcontinental Route.
11 is ihe most modem in equipment.
It is Ilie heaviest railed line.
I lias a roek-hallust roadbed,
II crosses no sand deserts.
It win built without laud grunt or govt, aid,
It la noted lor the courtesy ol Its employei
it is only Hue serving meals on la carte plan.
Kootenay eoiineellon ut Bonnet's l-Vrry.Tuc-s-
day,Wednesday .Thursday,Saturday andSunda]
TRAINS LEAVE SPOKANE.
Eastward 8.80 n. m | Westward.. ..8,33 p.m.
l-'or maps, tickets und oninplele information,
rail on oraddross I.N.& T.Co.'b n|rls, K. ,tK. Ry,
axis, orC. 0. DIXON,flen. Ant., Spokaue.Wn.
F.I.WlllTNF.V.li.F .sj'I'.A ,SI. Paul, Minn
'The Canadian Pacific Ry.
���AND���
Soo Pacific Line.
The cheapest, most, coinlortable aud
direct route from Kaslo.to all points in
Canada and the United Statos. The
only lino running through tour I
to Toronto, Montreal and Boston, and
through tourist ears to St. Paul daily.
Magnificent sleepers and dialog cars
on all trains.   Travel by this lino and
have baggage checked to destination.
Daily conneetion from Kaslo every
day, excepting Sunday, at 7.:!0 a. in.
For Kuskonook and lake points, Monday, Wednesduy and  l-'riday.
Por Argenta and Lardo,Tuesday and
Friday at 8.1."i p, m,
For full Information, call on or address
ALDER I* I.si mi-.
Freight and Passenger Agent. Kaslo, n. c
Or to W. 17 ANPERSON,
Traveling Pass Agt., Nelson, B.C
17 J. COYLE,
District Passenger agent, Vancouver.
Write lor Klondike PoUlei and Map.
1NTE1
Navigation $ Trading Co., w
Steamers Inienituionul and AlbertaD& Koot*
i'iihv Lake >uni River -Summer Time C&rd in ef-
tect 15th March, 189&-���8ub]oot to ohange.
BTEAMEE INTKKNATIONAL---UftVG�� Knslo
for Nelson and way polnts.daHy except Sunday,
8.80 ii. m. Arrive Northport 5.4C a. m.; Robs-
ituid, 11.20 a, ax, and Spokane. 3.10 p, m.
Leave Kelson for Knslo nnd way points, dally
exeept Bunday,5.00 p.m,Leave Spokane 8.8Qft.m,j
SosHiand, B.4B a. in.; Northport, 1.86 p, m.
Kive Mile ! tiini connection with nit piwaengor
.rains ol N. A r. s. Ry. to and from Northport,
Ro -hunt nnd Spokane. TU-ki'ts sohl nnd bag'
gage cheeked to all United stntes points.
I i i:\MVa: ALBEKTA���Leaves Knsln for Km
konook aud way points and Bonner's Ferry,Ida.
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5.00 p.m., arriving al
Kuskonook at io.:u) p.m. nnd Bonnet's Ferry at is
n.in. next day. KeturniiiK ivs. Bonner's Ferry
Weil., Fridays nnd and Sundays ut 2 p. ni., arv.
Kuskonook 8 p. in., Kaslo 1 n. in. following day,
Atsn from May 5th .steamer will make same trip
leaving Kaslo every Thursday nt 6o'clc*vlc a. m,
Bonner's Ferry-connection with nil .passenger
trains Of '*. >���'. Ry.,arv. westward at Spokane
I..10 p. in., or lv. Bonner's Kerry for the east a!
1.15 p. m.   Meals and berths nol Included,
Passengers on ss. International from Nelson,
etc., tor points on hike s.iiith of Pilot Bay, .vUl
connect at that point.-with tin fctS. Alberta,
t'assengers tor Nelson via *^S. Alherta, from
po.nts'soulh oi Pilot Bay, can by arrangement
with purser.have stop-over at Pilot Hay or Aiua*
worth^r connect with International at Kaslo,
Company's steamers connect Kootenay Lake
and Kloean points with all points in l\ JJ. nnd
Canada by way ot Bpokane and Kootenay river.
ii. ALKXAI-TDER, General Manager.
P, tt. Boft 122, Kaslo, tt. a
i
��k and Bonner's Ferry.
Str. .Ainsworth.
Leaves KuBkongok at 12 o'clock^ioon, Monday
Wednesday and 1'ri.iay. upon arrival of Steiiii."
er Nr Iron with pavengers from Kaslo, Ainsworth, Pilot Bav and Nelson. Arrives Bonner's
Kerry 11 p. m., .Monday, Wednesday ami Friday,
Leave?* tmnner'h l-'oiiy J, p.m..Tuesday^Xliurs-
lay nnd Baturday, upon arrival of G, N. trains
irom ens!, and w*:st. Arrives Knskofiook 11 p.
m i Tuesday i Thursday and Saturday,
I'I. J, MATHEWS, Manager.
Northern Pacific Ry.
The Fast Line,
Superior Service.
Throiu'li tickets to all point.-; in United
States anil Canada. Direct Commotion
,vith the Spokane Fulls ,V Northern Ky.
TKAVHI.KU'S (U'HMC.
':ii,ni,,.*l'y Of Railway und   St,'H!ii-r Till,,'
"..:������!���  Prom Us-ialo.
Por Whitewater, Bandon, Cody, etc, K. <tz. K.
Railway trains leave Krlslo duiiyut.Sa. m.; reluming, arrive ut Kaslo al 8.M p. m.
For Three Forks, Now Denver, Hosebery uud
Nakusp, take K.*s. Ky. from Kaslo to Sandon,
nud thence Nakusp ,v sloean Kallvviiy, leaving
Kanduu dally nl V.l't a. m.; returning, arrive
ilailj at Sandon nt l.r,', p. m.
hi- i' relsloko, Vanooi ver, Victoriaandoth-
i main line points on ''. P. it., boat Iron, Na-
k'.is|, to Arrowhead, ears to Revelstoke, thenoe
connect witli east and west bound trains,
Por Silverton! Blocan City, take Htr. Blooan on
Sloean lake,connecting witli N..t B.M Rosebery.
Por KortUport, Spoloine, Rossland ami Qrand
Porks, take ibe ntr. International from Kasl,,
ally ��t 8.30 a. in., exeept Sunday, making eon-
lloctlon at Five Mile Point with the N.ss.-. F.S.
ttienoe tO'Notthport. From Nortliport to
Spokane continue the riillwny, known soulh ol
Northport as tho Spokane Palls .,- NoMin-ni, ai
riviiiL' at Spokane, Wash., hi 8.10 p. in.
Or ror Bpokane, tako I. N. * T, Co.'s Btr. Alberts I om Kasl.,'.', Bonner's Kerry, Tuegjiays
and Saturdays at . p.m. and Thursdays at 0
a in., nnu connect ai Bonnet's Ferry with Great
Northern truins to Bpokane, arriving ut :!.tu
the following (lay.
Por Rossland change at Northpon to the Red
Mountain Ry., univlnu ut Kossland al ll.-3a.ni.
Or, Rossland may be reaebod from Nelson yiu
C, <V K. Kv. to Robson. thence hy river steamer
to Trail, thenoe l.v i . A \v. Ky. to Kossland. Or,
Rossland may be reached >iu Nnkusp and Trull
bystrais.down Arrow lakes and Colombia river.
Kor tii'nnd Porks and Boundary Creek pointy,
take B. P. ,*: N. Kv. (rom Northport io Bossburg
or Marcus, thence by ttage across reservation.
I'or Ainsworth, Pilot Ilny, Nelson,etc., I. N ,y
T.Co.'s Btr. International leaves Kaslo daliv.i'x-
itept Sunday, ut lL20a.ni,, returiiiug.leuvefi Nel-
SOD nt i p. m.,ari Ivlng al Kaslo about H.tltl p. in.
< I'. It. Co.'s Str. Kokanee leaves Kaslo dully,
except Bnnday, at 7.80 a. m��� arriving at Nelson nt 11 u. in.; returning, leaves Nelson at 4 p.
m.. arriving ul Kaslo at 7.:ill p. in.
For Argenta and l.ardo, Sir. Kokunee makes
round trips every Tuesday und Frtdny, leaving
Kaslo at B.16 p.m.
Kor Kuvkonool, Ft. Steele,etc., take Str. Ko-
Loin e Monday,Wednesduv and Friday ul 7.:1ln.
in., or 1. N. A T. Co.'s sir. Alberta Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 6 p. to.; th#ne�� by
stngo to Port Steele Wednesday and Saturday.
The following is n table of distances from
Ku��lo to siiri-iiundiiiK business point
DIVISION !
.And the  gateway to the Great Slocan With Its Score or Fiore of
Dividend
Paying
Properties
1
KasJo, t^ Cityof Energy!
5s 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.
The Best of Electric Light and Power Plants. Daily Communication with
the Outer World through two Great Railway and Steamboat Companies.
Large Pay Rolls from local Lumbering, Ore Sampling and Other Industries.
TRAINS IiF.l'Ain' FROM 8POKASKI
No. 1 Wett.,..8:86 p.m. I No. 2 Kust....7:(�� a. m.
Tickets to Japan und China via Tacomu
and Northern Psiei'li* Steamship Com-
]i*ny. Por information, timo cards,
maps and tickets, apply to ao*ts. of the
Spokane Falls tt Northot-n aud lu eon-
nsctions, or to 17 D. GTUns,
General ('gent, Sp k no Wash
r>. CHARLTON, Asst. Qen   I'ass. .Vgt.,
No, 16i Moriiaoii St.. Portland, Oro.
Write tor Map of Kootenay country.
Wesl or North
Whitewater,
Bear l.nke.
Mellniioin..
sandoo, 9 lo
Cody
I In.'    !������ ' I
Now Denver,
Rosebery 41
Silver lou 4K
Blocan city W
nakusp    ... 7o
Hurton City ��u
Lardo     18
Ai'i'iutn 20
Duni i,n I'ity   M
HalcyonIIot8prln_s R5
Arrowhead  H-6
Laurie       "to��
Thompson's Ijtnd'��.ll8
Trout l.ake City....125
Porguson s nm
Revelstoke, ^i*ir^..i.'��
Vernon 'i'lil
I'cntleton
Kumtonps 2tll
Asle, raft m
i.vtiou tfe
Y'nle W
New Westminster. ^'st)H
Vancouver, oihrs. .512
Vietoria, .V.' hours, ,6m
Beat,-*, 'JS hours .. .CsWi
TnroeiB, :'t) hours. .6M
l>yrtlt!ua,4S hours. ,032
Bast of South;    Miles.
Ainsworth..    12
Pilot Bay  20
liaitour Tl
Banes.. as
Kelson, 1 hours ts
Yioir   60
Kohson 70
Trail ���. ��0
Norlliport, "hours.IM
I'so.'Sland, 10 hours. .UO
Hosshurg. 122
Marcus 180
(irnnil Forks 1W
ilreeinvood 102
A-.iaeonda 19H
llouudary   2ut)
Midway 2M
Spokane, 18 hours. .'2X1
Kuskonook 4 ���">
t.rnt, Kiver fii.
Is being expended in Public
Improvements This Year !

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