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 STRATHEARN
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> pairing ln town, tout finds he alsotl
Siloes the best that is done In towns
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VOL. III.
KASLO, B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 2,1898.
NO. 57.
KASLO LO.SES IN HUB AND HUB
Thompson Backs Out   of   the  Race
With   Dill.���Other   Nelson
Celebration Notes.
CUiYI
Nelson was thronged yesterdny with
celebrators, of whom Kaslocontributed
about 200.
In thc hub and hub hoso reel race,
Nelson won by about 10 feet, time 13
seconds. The Nelson men were all in
harness and pulled from tho shoulders.
The Kaslo team claim that they were
not started fairly The first start was
made wrong and all wore called back,
The next time tho starter explained
that he would givo throe signals, calling, "Heady," 1st; "Sot," 2d and would
tiro the pistol, third. Ho omitted the
second signal and our boys were confused thereby while tho Nelson team
got off with tho crack of tho pistol and
gained over ten feet at tho start. The
time keepers were J. Liddell,A.Flotcli-
or ami W. H. G'-ant.
Tho Dill-Thompsou racos did not
come oil*. Thompson wanted the ordor
of the races changed, so as to havo the
long one lirst. Dill insisted that thoy
should be run in the order named in
his challenge, viz: 100 yards, 150 yards
and 200 yards, Thompson then oflerod
to toss up to determine tho order and
on Dill's further refusal quit and said
he wouldn't run. Tho Kaslo boys,
eager to get a race, then asked their
terms, which wero written out aud
agreed to. At the time set for the
race the Nelson boys again backed out,
and up to last night had refused to
come to any term?. The Kaslo boys
will stay hoping yet to get a race.
Nelson won a miserably played game
of base ball from Slocan city by a score
of ?8 to 0. Our boys aro bemoaning
tho fact that they didn't take down any
old kind of a nine and win that $125.
Wilson's Rossland horse won all the
heats iu the quarter mile race, leaving
Greasy Buck aad all the rest far In the
rear.
There was no second money in yesterday's hoso reel race. Today the
first prize is $lf>0; second $50. Our
boys hope to retrieve themselves today
f given any sort of n chunce.
ow���Many Amer
ican Mien
Spanish Ships Going Tliroili Suez dual, Heading for Maaiila-���Germany Not
���
Sibony, July 1, 3:20 p. m., via Playa
del Este, Guuntanimo Bay.���At oue
o'elock this afternoon, aftor 5 hours of
terrific lighting, the Spanish began to
leavo their entrenchments and retreat,
into tho city. Many Americans were
wounded. Ono man hail both arms
shot oil and was wounded in the hip.
Full uf Santiago Kxpeotod Daily.
Washington, July 1.���Tho cabinet
was in session for two hours today, but
no important action was taken. The
session was mainly occupied with a
discussion of tho news from Santiago.
Alter the cabinet meeting Soerotary
Long said the fleet under Sampson was
co-operating to the fullest extent with
the land forces and that he oxpoeted
to be notified of the fall of Santiago at
any time now.
Spanish Ships In Sue* Cunul.
Port Said, July 1.���The Spanish colliers colon and covadonga have entered the Suez canal.
Tenders Wanted,
Sealed tenders, so marked, will be
received at the oflico of tho City Clerk,
Kaslo, B. C., up to 8 p. m. July 4th,
1898, for thc building of a City Hall in
tho said city. Plans and specifications
to be seen at the office of thoCltyClork,
Kaslo, and at the olllce of Ewart &
Carrie, Architects, Nelson, B. C. Bids
must bo accompanied with a certified
chock of not less than flvo per cent, of
tho total bid.   Lowest or  any . tender
'stss**'
not necessarily accepted.
By ordor of
Public Works Committee.
ton off Manilla before camara can possibly roach there.
ltulloon Over Santiago.
Washington, July ..���General Greeley has received the following despatch
from Siboney: "Saw balloon near Santiago last night from flagship of Admiral Sampson, whore 1 was observing
it.    (Signed) ALLE.N."
South Half of Colvlllo lleserve Opon.
Washington, July 1.���The president
at noon today signed the Indian ap.
proprialion bill which among other
provisions opens to mineral locations
the south half of the colville reservation in Washington. The north half
was opened two years ago.
Think Germany Will Not Interfere.
Washington, July I.���Assurance was
given at today's seseion of the cabinet
meeting of thu expectation of the administration thnt Gei mauy would not
interfere at Manilla. There wns some
discussion on this point, but both tbo
president and secretary had tlie nssur-
aneo that there was no unfriendly action contemplated on tho part of thc-
Gorman Empire. They expressed the
belief that there was no real foundation for the reports of tho unfriendly
attitude of Germany, aud indicated
their personal conviction that thoro
need be DO serious apprehension on
that score, but several mem hers of the
cabinet do not share this confidence in
Germany's attitude.
Is This Wh.it You Arc I.uoIiIuk For?
Comfortable, clean, well furnished
rooms by the day, week or month at
reasonable prices at the Victoria, A
avenue, near r>th, street. No bar attached. Baths free to guests. A specially low rate ot irom 96 up per month
to permanent, roomers,
W| J. HAI&, Propr.
Transferred Voters.
The following voters from other ridings havo recently boen formally transferred to Slocan riding by Collector
Lucas. Twenty moro applications in
cannot be acted upon by him until he
sees the certificate of cancellation from
the other ridings.   Tho list comprises:
James K. Buchanan, Kaslo.
John Campbell, Kaslo.
Angus Campbell, Kaslo.
George H. Danson, Slocan City.
Francis J. Finueane, New Denver.
Chas. T. Miller, Brandon.
Chas, B. MoCluakey, Sandon.
Henry A. McMillan, Sloean City.
Norman Murchison, Kaslo.
Wm. Seaman, Rosebery,
Jas. Tarry, Robson.
Herbert T. Twigg, New Denver.
I'rcd W. Garland, Kaslo.
Hugh S. Nelson, New Denver.
SECOND SANDON MEETING.
Hr.Ki-tallack is Refused PairPlnyanil
Equai Time at Mr. Green's
Meeting.
LOCAL AND GENERAL MENTION.
Think They Will Be Beady for Cutiiarn.
Washington, July 1.���The latest advices reportod to the cabinet, were
that Admiral camara's Spanish fleet
would proceed through the Suez canal
on its journey to the Philippines. This,
however, is discounted by previous expectations and preparations and there
is confidence in the arrival of tho Mon-
terey.the Monadanoek and the olnarles-
For best rooms with or without board
try the Davis House.   See adv.        *
A nice chicken dinner will be served
at the Queen Restaurant, Sunday at 4
o'clock p. m. *
Sam Schwaader will give a gold
ring, worth *20 to any one who can
produce a watch that he cannot put in
perfect ordor. He can be found at the
Knslo Drug store. Call and see
him, ��
Mr. Groen held anothor mooting at
Sandon, Thursday night. Mr. ClilTo
wus tho principal speaker, occupying
an hour. Mr. Carney and Mr. Groeu
each occupied half an hour. Messrs.
Retallack, Buchanan and Kerr were
ai loved 20 minuos each and John McDonald occupied perhaps five minutes
in rebuttal of the chargos made by Mr.
Carney in his letter. Mr Lilly, .7. P.,
occupied the chair.
Mr. Green rehearsed much the same
speech that he made before, except
that he made no reference to the affidavits.
Mr. Retallack asked Mr. Green to
produce the affidavits. Mr. Green demurred, but the audience insisted and
they were handed over to Mr. Retallack who read them. They were written by H. W. Bucke, sworn to before
him and signed by 0. W. Martin and
Alex McKenzie, aud were the samo as
heretofore explained. Mr. Carney's
lettcr was also in affidavit form ami
testified that John McDonald asked
him to travel for Mr. Retallack and
make his own charge. Mr. Carney's
letter also stated thatF. 17 Archer and
D. D. McPhail each offered him thc
superintendence' of a JliO^rOO job to support Mr. Retallack. Mr. Retallack
consumed his whole 20 minutes in reading and questioning about the affidavit.
and was refused further time although
the audience was clamorous to hear
him.
John McDonald then took the fo ir
and briefly stated that when he approached Mr. Carney to ask him to aid
the Government cause by travelling',
Carney was an avowed Government
supporter and tliere could be no improper construetiou placed upon su.h
an offer to pay him his traveling ��x>
penses.
Carney's Ideas of ihe Lardo Duncan.
Mr. Carney then followed and vigorously attacked the expenditure of *��,-
000 on the Lardo-Duncan,   He said it
and voted soli 1 ai a special polling
placo. Ho ridiculed the Idea uf tho
Lardo-Duncan region being valuable
for mineral and said that there was
not so much as a pot hole up there to
justify such expenditure.
G. O. Buchanan came noxt and rebuked Mr. Green for spreading injurious Statements broadcast through tho
country, affecting citizens of Kaslo
while denying to those attacked the
opportunity of seeing what was
charged against them. He also explained and justified the Lardo-Duncan expenditure.
Editor Oliffe followed with his usual
harangue, dishing up thc same statements that the Premier had so effectually exploded.
Barrister Kerr of Now Demor made
a very forcible spoech, in which he arranged Mr. Green for vacillation and
indecision of character. The speaker
said that he was an Oppositionist, but
as the.Opposition now   had   no  candl-
t ���   -   s *      '
date, ho would rather support Mr. Retallack, than a man like Mr. Green
who tried to be all things to .'ill men.
Ho admired Mr. _ Retallack as being
straightforward, a man of ability and
a rustler, and should consequently support him. Mr. Green appeared thoroughly wilted by Mr. Kerr's incisive
analysis of his ease.
m. McGUEGUKS PAY ROLLS.
A Striking Contrast to the List Published Yesterday.
Csseiug that the Sun has raised the
question of contrasting contractors'
methods of employment and has referred to D. C. McGregor, the contractor, by name in that connection, the
News is requested to publish Mr, McGregor's pay roll of 1(1 men who
worked ou city improvements on oth
street this spring. Of these 10, Hi are
British subjects, 7 aro voters in the
municipality of Kaslo and five are men
of family. The pay given for ordinary
work was $2.50 per day and for carpenter work $3.50 per day.
Following is the list which is in
striking contrast to ihe ono published
yesterday:
Sam Bruce, W. A. Wells.
F. Fraser, J. K. Fraser,
W. F. Bedell, A. C. Pearson.
Albert Let's, F. Elliott,
.1. A. McLeon,        O. G. Nelsor,
P, Colgan, M. Stephetisn,"
il. M. I'luto. D. &,. Crawf.ii- I
Allan McKlnnon,   M. Augustin.
Mr. IC.tiilliick's Meetings.
Mr.   Retallack     will     alter
Green's   meeting   tonight  at   V, b
water, after which bis dates will
follows:
Kaslo-Monday, July 4.
Ainsworth���TQesday, July 5
Pilot Bay and Balfour���Wt.' ��� ">..
July (i.
Slocan City--Thursday, .TulJ- T.
Sandon���Friday, July 8
Try the tabic at '.hS" D*��
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was a job to get 60 voters sent up there j See adv
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eemeeeemem THE KASLO HE NEWS.
Published Every Morning Except
Monday at Kaslo, ti. C.
By The News Tub. Co,
Subscription, $1 per month
ingial.es mado known on application
MR. RBTALLACK'S ACCEPTANCE'
JUNE, 1898.
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To tho Eleotors of thc Slocan Riding of
West Kootenay Eleotoral District:
Gentlemen���At the requestor a large
proportion ol the community represent-
- lng every section of the l!i<lin;>, I beg
to announce myself as a candidate for
your suffrages in the coming elections,
In respectfully soliciting your voles
and support, I declare myself a sup-
I porter and follower of tho Hon. J. H.
.;..; ; Turner as the leador of the only party
sjt I ln this Province with a defined policy
f$J , and coherent existence.
Z 3 7)'~ffi t 1 ii-i I During my eight years' residence tn
/    o    J lu J1 ft  this district i  have been a consistent
���/ /'~'fP j /. "T-* ~T6 ���^ euPpot,*or ot his party ia recognition of
ll- li) 10 li lo j*k their' attitude in meeting, and in eases
���:  ''    anticipating the requirements and ex-
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El'lTORIAL OUTCEOPPINGS
Uow do Kaslo people like Mr. Carney's trying to help out the Opposition's-failing cause by decrying tho
value of the Lardo-Duncan country,
which is rapidly becoming one of Kaslo's greatest resources?
Tho Nelson Miner has at last found
out where it stands politically and has
climbed down upon the Opposition side
of the fence.   It is probably  too  late,
pansiou of this greal mining region
I am in favor of the following reforms:
1. The abolition of tho tax upon
working miners.
2. The abolition of the Mortgage
Tax.
3. The distribution of seats in tho
Legislature In direct proportion to population.
I.    I do not approve of Ihe  policy  of
tho lute Legislative Assembly In using
their influence to exclude foreign railroads, such as the proposed railroad to
Boundary Creek,
5, I favor certain revisions in the
Mineral ami Land Acts, particularly
some easy plan by which the holders of
claims can advertise, out their defaulting co-owners.
u. In lining all government appointments I am in favor of appointing bona
fide residents of the district, In all '-a.--"s
where such can be found competent to
act.
7.   I  believe that the   Provincial
Legislature should bring all the aid
and Influence at its command to the assistance    of   stho   lead   mining.   In
dustry, especially In  the direction ol
however, to do itself or its candidates obtaining stronger recognition .from
the Federal Government at   Ottawa of
any good, as the poople are   suspicious
of these death-bed changes.
The Nelson Tribune appears to have
discovered that Mr. Retallack is run-
ing for the Legislature in the Nelson
ridiig as well as in the Slocan riding.
At least that is the impressiou tljat the
casual reader would infer from the fact
that the Tribune devotes three-fourths
of its editorial space to fighting him.
Tlie Opposition in the Slocan riding
must realize the   desperate   character
the importance of this Industry and th
disadvantages   under   which    it   now
labors.
If you do ine tho honor to elect me SS
your representative, I will at all times
endeavor to protect and further th>' interests, not. only of the prospector, but,
also of all thoso employed In and
around our mines, recognizing that our
entire community is dependant upon
the mining industry.
I am, gentlemen, your obedient servant, John L. Rf.tai.i.ack.
NUMBER OF VOTERS REGISTERED.
Tho following table shows the number  of   registered   soften   in   Slocan
riding:
Town, No. of Vole--.
Kaslo    572
.        , New Denver    208
of thru- condition when they are forced 1 Sandon         158
mining districts, passing through the custom
house at Knslo to foreign smelter* lor the live
recorded uionllm of 1895, nil of lstm iiud18H7:
v     .                       dross Weight Gross Vjilueof
'lH''                      of OruinLbs. Ore iu Dollars
1808 (8 mouths)          2,202,890 f   114,541
1898 (12 months)....        28,814,82. 1,1.11,110
1897 (12 mouths)..,.        73,898,890 .'1,099,888
Tutuls.
99,148,804
84,828,49
STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Following Is a ta bio of the leading stocked
mining companies of tbe Slocan aud Alnswortli
mining divisions:
companies.        j^re'
I'nr   ilfiirkct
Value j Value
Payne	
Blocan Ninr	
Until	
Et i    	
Vl.lslis I'iv.i	
Washington	
Rambler-Cariboo..
Bui prlso  	
Charleston	
Goodenough	
Great Western	
i/ackson(North'nBel
a merlcan Boy	
K'l-l.iMiinli'y'ninii..
Dardanelles	
Gibson	
Wonderful	
SI. Keverne	
Idler	
l.'HI'l.ni Hill	
Iiliirk Dlajiiimd	
Hi Ilia   	
Ellen	
Ml 1.1'od	
Twin	
1,000,000
1,000,1.001
120,000
1,01X1,0110
1,200,000
1,000,11011
l.lll, l.iHi,!
228,000
150,000
800,000
800,000
1,001 000
1,000,000
1,850,00
1,000,000
' 880,1	
l.OOO.II*'1
1,000,000
l.KKi.iKKl
1'ilHI.OIKIj
1,200,000
750,000
1,000,000
l.imii.ouu
1,1100,000
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Will supply you
with Everthing
Needful at Low
prices, Steel rods,
! Jointed or Telescoped;    Hooks,  % /,
Baits and Flics; Silk una., enamelled hnd waterproof;
Landing Nets, Reels and ait Kinds of Repairs. A full
line of Hammocks and all kinds of Spoil ing Goods.
In the Grocery Department, a line line of Fancy Groceries  will soon
��� arrive.   Try our Klondike Deviled Crabs, now here.
.25
.11
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(No Mock ou tii. market
to call upon such a discredited newspaper us the Tribune to help lead the
Charge against their local antagonist.
THE CANDIDATES.
Sloean City.
Three Forks.
Ainsworth...
Silverton
Whitewater
Robson	
146
I'H
75
oa
58
21
'Hot Hay       19
Complete List of thc Men  \Y!in
Knn for thc Legislature.
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Cody.
Bear Lake...
Balfour	
Vevey	
'Aylwin	
Duacan	
Doer Park	
Rosebery	
McGulgan	
Lardo	
Kokanee	
Slocan Croi sini
I   Total..
I
.1,610
.li
,i��Bl I io j
,'. Wells
.Balll'te
Government.
Alberni���-Huff..��	
Cariboo���Rogers	
C'assiar���Irving and CliL
Comox��� Dunsmuir	
Cowlchan���Robertsou....
E.qulmalt���Pooley 	
" Pulleii	
Kootenay, East-
North Biding���Neilson
South Biding���Baker.,
Kootenay, West-
Nelson��� Furwell'Ind.) Hume
Revelstoke���White       Kellii
Rossland���AlcKano Martin
Sloean���Retallack Green
Lillooet, East���Stoddart Pre;,I iee
Lillooet, West���Smith Gallagher
NanaimoCity���McGregor.. MeKeehntc
Nanalmo; North���Brydon Hi Her ,
Nanalmo, South-Walkem..... ,S,.'j,h i "��n 'rCm K"s'��' " foU��W,i
New Westminster���Henderson..Brown I _____
Victoria City���Turner Bel vea i o    ' T".!ls', ��lmV T'd,
J     tt ,      , '      v1-0 ! I'ayne...,    MUXKurelca       42
tielincken Gregory | Rnth     2122 Fidelity         U
Hall Stewart���! Whitewater    17u7iSoverclj[ii      20
MIRIK& RECORDS.
M!.T.\L UUOTATIONS.
Now York, July 1.--.Silver, BJJ^c
Lead���Strong; b**oMW' prion, WJB, exchange
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OHB SHIPMENTS
���Kiuiii Jan  1, 1898, to
01 ilu; Blooan region
Kaslo tt Slocan Rutin1
tale ivi' leading tntnoi
i��vs snipped uviT Hi"
1 re] v.nt.'! transports*
McPhilllps Beavcn
Victoria, North���Booth Paterson
Vancouver���Garden Martin ,
Carroll fi���i,������ 1 Last Chance
V-ftIr��** :: Cotton I oooilcnough.
Dardanelles,
KUlver Bell..
Roco..
slooan Star*	
Rambler-Cariboo
Lucky Jim.
Westminster-
Chilliwack���Turner. .
Delta���Benson	
Dewdney���MeBrido..,
Rich mond���MoQueen,
Yale, West-MeKay....
Yale, North���Martin....
Yale, East���Ellison	
McDonald.... Macphorson
Bowser  Tlsdall
j>    * Concentrate*
... Munroe
... ForsteV
.Whethara
 Kldd
380 Queen Mess..
548 lark.nn	
��� tl Ibson	
000 Wontexuma*.,.
BSAiCharletton	
20 Antolne	
CT Ajax	
02 Bismarck	
170
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10
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58
The following Is a partial statement ol oro
shipments over tho 0. P, ft, from Blocan and
tardesu points since January 1st, not Included
Semli') jintuoforogoin-*:
.Deane 1	
Tons.
440
60
. .Graham I Spue.
Vancouver
C. P. B> Halcyon Rot Springs Excursions.
The following round trip rates
have
ions, iliue.
40 silver Cup..
tsiocan Star     SiOWaverley...
Payne   2100 Idaho   1000
Knterprlso   40 Queen Bess .....    810
7f(5oncentrates.
Of tho foregoing, the following have paid dividends as loltows:
baen arranged to Halcyon Hot Springs riyas ...ti,8O0,000iNoble rivo,.,.    40,000
'���                                                                     '.SlocanStar..,,    4W,wio Goodenough...     BJOQ
audr-sturn, tickets being good tor 80 |M ....   Z$\&l*Td    %Z
d��ys:!Fi'omK^o,$10;Bossland. 48.80;*"1' .7777.::""   _
Ifelson, $8; Trail, 87.50-
���' W. F. AWBBRflOK, T. P. A.
NbUOn, Jui��2*i,
Besides the foregoing, other mines, unstock*
j ed, have paid dividends .is follows:
l iTOTb 7..r"2l5iBu.Xast Chance...     Wf$tl
i Wliltewster...    19-1,000,Antolne.......    85,000
'Blocan Boy....     2��,ooo;Monltor      15,000
OBAMOKS IN MINING .LAWS.
The following obangOS in the British
Columbia mining laws should be carefully studied hy those interested in
mining iu this l'ro\ inec:
First of theso refers to the location
Of fractions, lu till fractions surveyed
from now on, whether staked correctly
or not) the surveyor may adopt the
boundary linos of the   surrounding
claims, provided DO side exeeods 1500
feet in length. In other words, the locator Is entitled to the vacant grbund
that he Llaims, even if he does not
-tak-i it ii. such a manner us to include
il all, whh 11 he Seldom does.
Ily a recent decision of the courts a
prospector lo��t a claim beoause of in-
ablllty to tsouro the post necessary to
mark the location. The amendment
provides that In 0BS6S where claims are
staked above the timber line, or the
prospector dan not securo the neces-
sary posts, ho may erect moiiumonts of
ran h or stone.
In staking an extension the posts uro
often planted SO U to form a wodgo-
��� ii:i:>- fraction between two ends of the
t wo claims These fractious have often inuurred i;reat expense, not only in
recording and surveying, but in cases
where they carry tha lead, and thus become of suoh value us to promote llti-
irutlnn.   The amended uet authorises
the surveyor to Include such fnii'tiin,
provided it does not cover more than
SI.05 acres, the area of a full claim,
and provided further that two location
posts are together.
By failure in rooord assessment work
within ilu reoulred period of nne. year,
either through oversight or thc misunderstanding of partnership Interests)
valuable claims have been lost. Now,
if a prospector fulls to record ths work
within a year, he has 'in days' additional thm.* iu which to make tlio record by
payment of an extra #10.
Another ohange rogarding tha as-
M: 1. nu'iit wnrk is in that particular
which called for work to the amount of
1100 6_0b year. Now, a miner can do
ami reoord as many sisssssments as he
j'l.'.i et iii 11 yoar i>y paying the record*
lor ��� aoh asse ismont done to the
exti ut of 8100.
Ln on -��� anybody should adverse an
application for acertltlcutooi Improve*
im nl ;' ud ci own :'i auf, 1 be conl 11 lanl
mui 1 bavi bis olalra surveyed Imme*
dlately and Die a plan made and signed
by un ii'itiiorl/.ed provincial land ��ur-
veyor B Ith the writ.
To obtain a orown grant tn 1890 it
was in ri iary to d 111 ment work to
the amount of IfiOO and to have the
claim surveyed; wbloh meant another
(100, in 1887 tne aot was amended so
as to provide that np to .May 1.1898,tbe
cost of such survey should count ns
wm'k done on the claim, not to exceed
810Q. In plain ISngllsb, It counted as
an assessment and as work toward the
orown nants A survey generally costs
#1111). Tho last legislature extends tbe
timo to May I, 1W��I.
Hereafter, In adverse proceeding! In
connection with the title to mineral
claims, before any court, eaoh party to
the proceedings snail give aflSrmatlve
evidence of title. Heretofore the burden of proof wns on the contestant.
The feo for recording assessment
work has been reduced from 82.75 to
82.50. Heretofore the fee for recording
assessments has been 25 cents higher
than other foes.
Anybody who pulls down a legal post
erected to mark ��� boundary or location
of a mineral claim, or ,".ny writing by
law roqulrod to bo thereon, Is liable to
Inipri90nmnnt for six months or a lino
of $250, or both. This is supposed to
be directed particularly toward preventing the uso of old posts by people
who restates a claim and sometimes destroy evidences of a prior location.
T
&&&I9etW ttt tb�� JfoWl,  it m��>
i   .Villon 'urr it r, comparstlvo itttemint of on
j di-i j>j*��d from parts of tbo Slooan snd Aiuwortb
HOTELS AND HESTAl'tUNTS.
le lap House!
Apartments for gentlemen.
Everything first-class. A
dining room in connection^
MEIS. J. C. DAVIS, iToprietress.
MoPhail blook, Fifth and
Front *tro.t��, Katlo, B. 0>
In the Clothing Department, try our celebrated lighter weights of
Hoalth Underwear for warmer weather.
H.Giesze
V*
Kaslo,    Sandon,    .Ainsworth
or the Jobbing   | radel
Just Received, a Large Invoice of Cigars, Including KEY
WEST, SYLVIA. OLYMPIA, CORONA, IJKL REY, ES-
PANOLA, TRITJMPO, MONOPOLE AND 8WELL I
This is in addition to my already well  CHUs'iHshed  GUOCICKY
TKADE- I, A. KICKERS.
THEKASLO GROCERY, ?ro"tH1
rest,l"
imi 'i'liiril innl I'liiutli,
Kaaio, itritish Columbia.
Stocks
andDies
:���.���>,':7-. i-v.'.'-is, -;,iv ,J
MSTsl-*'.-.!.....^.!  .. ',. :t,\.-\\
Screw
Plates
Greneral Hardware !
Paints, Oils, Garden Tools.
Hamilton Byers,   Kasl0'
AOIiNT TRt'AX AUTOMATIC ORE CARS.
Sandon.
P. BURNS & CO.,
KA8LO   MA.BKET.
All Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats.
FISH M POULTRY m SEASON
Central Hotel,
FRONT ST., KABLO, U. U.
Now Hullillng.���Newly Kiiriilnliuil T-toughout.
Best Rooms in thc City.
A WEST CLASS IIAH  IN roNNIK'TKlN'.
KKt'TKK .t CO.
Adams House,
K.\.*l.li, II. C
RATES, tl I'KIt HAY AND IH'WAHD-i
Adams Bros., Props.
Holi- iiiti*nts for I'.MIHT IIKI-.U. Mllwniikre, Wis
_���_���������_��� ���MS���  ������ssi.sill   Ml.wi..'	
Nelson House,
KABI.O, B.C.
nelson .vi BOSTRUM, ritoritii'.Toits
Nh'i'ly lurnlslicil rooms. Iliirui'll itooksd. Spo*
knim Beet on  Drsoght by Scbponajr or quart
liiMi fri'ii luui'h lu ths city.
MESCEIXANBOC I .\:'\'i:ltTlSEJIK.NTS.
Confectionery,
Tobacco, Cigars!
Best in eVerj line. A stocko{fancy j,'ro-
cerics h soon to be added to onr stock,
Carney Hros.,-
front 81 .   :   "ni   Cj    ��� II0J9I, Kaslu. [), C,
J. Turiu)!' & Co.,
I 'o.-.',olliee isOX i\).
Wbolesale dealers in Hay,
Oftte, Bran, Chop &. Fruits!
Agenl lor MarsKairs Tfe'a*.
in- li igara and Tobacco. Mail orders promptly tilled	
Front st., near News Office, Kaslo, B.C
K
OOTKXAY STEAM LAUNDR-.'
Silver King Hotel
White Labor.
..'i:..  �����..! -riM   .- - ' Imi.-.'ovcd Maclitnory.
Tho Best Work at
I Reasonable Prices.
Bar and Billiard Room
IN CON.VKCTION.
Rooms from 12 nor iveolt up. Newly (urui-ljoil
throughout. Elwtrli' I.lnius. Front St., next
door to Tost Office, Kaslo, 11. C,
Kaslo, B. C.
Lake View
Restaurant.
BY P. P. FOSSOM.
riti'FKSSIOXAL CARDS.
DR. J. F. B. ROGERS,
1'HVSirrAN AND BOROKOK.
Cirailiiale Trinity t'nlrarsity, Toronto, Ont
Mcuilwrssf College of Physicians and Surgeons
Rensoniible Prices (ind Good Living , MeenllBfe ol the 11. c. Council.   Lfttfe of New
FRONT STREET       . .      KASLO, ll C IYor'1 Hospital* Ini Polyclinic.    Office on A
' 1 hv. SMpltsl c.ir..1th st. nuil I! ave., Kaslo.ll.c.
Kalama Hotel,
KUSKONOOK; BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Otherwise Armstrong's Lmifliui'
nod (lost Rivor Undlng,
Mrs. Wm. Middleton. Propr.
We cater especlnlly to ihc traveling publio.
For Freshest Fruits?
-SEE-
W. Meadows,
Front Street, Opposite Stephenson's Drug Store, Kaslo. ..
Also Fine line of CO.VFKCTIONERY,
TOBACCO A.VD CIGAR*.
JJR. A. S. MARSHALL,
DENTIST.
Graduate of American College.C'hicajfo
KASLO, B. c.
W. J. TWISS,
INSURANCE
Flro, I4fc, Aocldcit snd Guarantee, rtontst,
.'-V8L0, 8, C. Did You
EVER !
See such a nice line of
Fishing Tackle as we'aro
showing this month?
TiiUo a look at it and
be convinced that it is
the best in town. It don't
cost auy thing to look,
and if you buy, you  will ,
find prices lowest of the
low.
Fine Watch Repairing.
LAMONT & YOUNG,
ir. FRONT ST.,      .     KASLO.B.&.
Sporting Goods a Specialty.
i-ESs-Essy
Official Directory.
DOMINION DIRECTORY,
Governor-General     .      .      Earl of Aberdeen
Premier    ....      Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Member House of Commons, Dominion Parliament, for West Kuotensy    .   Hewitt linstock
PROVINCIAL DIRECTORY.
Lieut.-Govcrnor      .      .     Hon. T. R. Mclnnes
Premier      ....       Hon. 3. II. Turner
Attornoy'General             .     Hon. II. M. Eberls
Com. ol Lands and Works   .   Hon, ll. II. Martin
Minister Mines and Education . Hon. las.Baker
President Executive Council . Hon.C.E.Pooley
Provincial Mineralogist
MembersLevlllttlvo Assembly for West Kootenay���North Hiding    ....    J. ti. Kellie
South Riding J.F.Hume
KASLO OFFICIAL D18EOTOEY.
Mayor Chas.W. McAnn
Aldurmen���A.W. Goodenough, F.E. Archer,.!. 1>.
Moore, G. Hartin, I). Vi. Moure, Geo. Whiteside.
City Clerk       . E. E. Chipman
Police Magistrate       .      .      . Alex Lucas
City Marshal M. V. Adams
Assistant W. A. Milne
Auditor CD. McKenzie
Treasurer S. II. Green
Assessor S. P. Tuck
Wa ter Commissioner   .      .      .     R. A. Cockle
Health Officer   ...      Dr. J. t, II. lingers
City council meets every Wednesday I p, m.al
lyhall, 4th St., between Front st. aud A inc.
VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Chief Hugh P. Fletcher
First Deputy Chlel . . . Geo. Held
Second Deputy Chief. . . . John Gillis
Third Deputy Chief      .      .      Geo. Whiteside
Secretary Archie Morris
Treasurer       .....      Gus Adams
DISTRICT DIRECTORY.
Mining Reconler-Assessor-Tax Col. . Jno.Keen
Collector ot Customs      . J. TS Mcintosh
School Trustees--August Carney, J. D. Moore.
G. O. Buchanan. Principal���Prof. Jas. Hislop.
KASLO l'OSTOFFICE.
General delivery open daily (Sundays excepted) from 8 a. tn. until 7 p. m. Lobby open Irom
7 a. m. to 9.30 p. in. Malls for despatch close every evening except Saturday ami Sunday, at 9
p. m. Mails arrive Iroin United States and lake
points dally exeept Sunday, al 8.30 p. m. From
C. P. R. aim Sloean poinls, arrive daily, except
Sunday, at! p. in. Registration "Hico open.H.ltO
il. in., B.S0 p. m. Money order ollice and Post-
office Savings Bank oven Ha. m. lo S p. m.
S. II. clREHN, Postmaster.
PROCLAMATIONS.
FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS.
��     MASONS���Kaslu Lodge No. 2ii, A. F. st
��&       A. M., meets llrst Monday in every
yer  J0   month at Masonic hall over Green
/^_X\    Urns', store.    Visiting brothers   In-
r   ���   ��   vited to attend.      II. Byers, W. M.
E. E. Chipman, Secretary.
MASONIC CHAPTER���Kootenay Chapter, R.A,
M., holds regular convocations on the second
Tuesday ol each mouth in Masonic hull,Kaslu
Visiting companions are cordially Invited.
Chas. Trumbull.Serihe E.      E. B. Chipman, '/,.
MACCABEES���Slocan Tent No. I', Knights Ol
tho Maccabees, meets second and fourth) Mondays rjf each month at Livingston's hull,Kaslo
Visiting Knights cordially Invited.
Vi. A. Davies, Commander.
Oolph Johnson, Keeper of Records.
FORESTERS���Court Knslo No. 3387, Independent Order of Foresters.   Meets   llh Friday  of
each  month    ln Victoria   l.ouse.     Visiting
brethren are cordlallv invited.
Vi. ii. Strathern, chief Ranger.
W. J. Hall, Recording Secretary.
nmx- cusTMis ianMHek
[L.S.]     THOS, R. McINNES.
CANADA.
nloVINCEof BRITISH C0LL7M i'lA
[L.8.]     THOS. R. McINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of
the United Kingdom of Grout Britain and Ireland, QUEEN, Defcndor
of tho Faith, &o., &o., &c.
To ull to whom theso Presents shall
come���GREETJNQ.
A PROCLAMATION.
D. M. KiJKRT.S, Attorney-General.
WHEREAS it is advisable to establish the following pollin;-
plaoes in the several and respective Kleetoral Districts hereinafter
named.
NOW KNOW YE that, by virtue of
thc authority contained tn the "Provincial Elections Act," the Lieutenant-
(lovernor in Council declares that the
following polling places shall he, and
they are hereby, established for the
several Electoral Districts, the names
of which aro sot opposite siich polling
places, respectively, that is to say:���
Polling Places.        Electoral District.
Kaslo	
Ainsworth	
i'ilnt Buy	
Argenta	
Snndon     i
New Denver    |        West
Silverton       Kootenay-
SlocanCity    I       Slocan
Rohson.    j      Biding.
JiibileePoint.HouserLk  j
Whitewater Station....
Three Forks	
Deer Park '
Slocan Junct.C.&K.Ry. /
In Testimony Whereof Wo have
caused these Our Letters to bo
made Patent and tho Great 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 Province,this:
fifteenth day of .lune, in the year of
Our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight, and in the
sixty-lirst yoar of Our Reign.
By Command.
A. CAMPELL REDDIE,
Deputy Provincial Secretary.
^tP|p??^^
V1*
[L.s.l     THOS. R. McINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, by tho Grace cf Go'd, of
the United Kingdom of Graai Britain and Ireland, QUEEN, Defender of the Faith, &c, &c. Sec.
To all to whom theso presents shall
come���Greeting:
A PROCLAMATION.
Arthur G. Smith, Deputy Att'y-lV:i.
���yLfHEREAS it is Desirable be ��� ���
��� Y     lish Ten-Milo, Slocan Lake,  u*
an additional polling place ln the Sin-
can Riding of West. Kootenay Electoral
District:
NOW KNOW YE that by   yirtu* of
the authority contained in  the   "Provincial Elections Act," and of alt other
powers and authorities in that  bob all
enabling, the Lieutenant-Governor in
Council declares thht tho place known
as Ten-Mile, Slocan Lake, shall be and
ia hereby established a polling place li"
the said Slocan Riding of the said west
Kootenay Electoral District.:
In  Testimony   Whereof   We  havo
caused Our  Letters  to  ho made
patent, and Great Seal of tho said
province to bo  hereunto  affixed:
Witness, the Honourable Thomas
Robert Mclnnes, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said province of British Columbia, in the city  of  Victoria, in Our  said  province, this
twenty-first day  of  June,   in the
y��ar of  Our   Lord  one   thousand
eight hundred  ami   ninety-eight
aaid In  .he sixty-second  year of
Our Reign.
BrQ>mjLCAMPBELL REDDIE,      I
, Deputy Provincial Secretary-^
VICTORIA, HY TII EC RACK OI'GOn, OF THE
UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN
AND IKKI.ANIi, QUERN, DKFKNbttB OF
THK FAITH, Ac, Jtc���ite,
To Our Faithful tho Members oloetod to servo
ln the Legislative Assembly ol mir Province of liritlsli ('oluiiiliiii.nii'l to all whom
il may concern, -OREETING.
A PROCLAMATION.
li U KBEB-TH    >TjfTHERRASWBi HAVE
and consent of our K\reuti'.v Council of i)ur
Province of Hritish Columbia, to dissolve tho
I resent Legislative Assembly of Our snid Province, which stands prorogued until summoned
for dispatch of business1,
NOW KNOW VE thai We do, for this end,
iiuMish this cur Koynl Proclamation, and do
icreliv dissolve ihe Legislative Assembls ao*
eurdlngly, and Hie members thereof are dls
charged from further attendance on same.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We hi.vooa.usad
Ihese Our Lettei  to be made Patent, and
the Great Seal of Ilrltlsh Columbia lo bo
hereunto affixed: WITNESS, tho II un-
able THOMA8R. MoINNES, Lieutenant-
UOTOmor of Our said Province "i British
Columbia. In Ottr City of Victoria. In our
siiiil I'rovinc", this levelith day of June,
Iu the veer ol Our i.u:���! one TllOUasnd
High) Hundred und Mnety-Elght, and In
thcslxly-li:-: ��( M   ifOUr W Ign.
Bv I'funmand.
II. H.TVKWIinT llliAKl*.
Registrar ol tho Su] reme i "iirt.
MSB 001 EKNMKNT 01" 1 HE
PROVINCEof BRITISH COLUMBIA
[L.S.]     THOS. ll. McINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, BY THE GRACE OF GOD, OF TIIE
I'NITED .KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN
ANPIKEI.ANIi, QUEEN, DEFENDER OF
THE FAITH, Ac, Ac, Ac.
To all to whom these [resents shall eoine,--
0 RESTING,
A .'KOCI-AMATION.
H.M.KHI.HTS,    \~\Rf
Atloniey-General, i   ����
/"HEREAS WE ARE
desirous and resolved, as soon as
may be, to meet Our people of Our Province of
British Columbia, and to lune their advice in
our Legislature, we do mako known Our Royal
Will and Pleasure to call a new Legislative Assembly of Our said Province; and do further
declare that, bv th. advice of our Executive
i niiii"il of llrlllsh Columbia, We hnve this day
given orders for Issuing our Writs in due form,
lor railing a new LegttUtive Assembly for Our
said Province, which Writs are to bear date ou
the seventh day of June, instant, and lo be returnable on or before Ihe thirty-first day of
August next.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused
these our Letters to be made Patent, and
Ihe Public Sialof thc said Province le be
hereunto affixed: WITNESS, Ihe Honourable THOMAS it. McINNEd, Lieutenant-Governor ol Onr said Province of
Hritish Uolumbio,in Our City of Victoria,
in Our said Province, this Bevenrh day of
June, In the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-Eight,
and in the sixty-first year of Our Reign.
Hv Command.
II. II. TYRWHITT DRAKE,
Registrar of tho SupromeConrt.
[L.S.J      THOS. R. McINNES.
VICTORIA, BY THE GRACE OF GOD.OFTIIE
UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN
AND IRELAND, QUEEN, DEFENDER OF
TIIE FAITH, Ac, Ac, Ac
To the Reluming Officer of the sioeiln Riding
of Wast Kootenay Electoral District:
XT THERE AS HIS HONOUR THE I.IEI'-
yy lenant-Goiernor ol liritish Columbia
bus, bv a Proclamation bearing date
the Tth doy of June. lSiWi been pleased to dissolve ihe Legislative Assembly of the snid
Province; aud whereas it is necessary to hold
Elections throughout the sold Province ts llll
Ihc vacancies caused by such dissolution, Wc
command vou Ihat.notlce of the time and place
of Election being duly given, youdocauseBlSo*
Hon   to   he  made,  ai rdinu to law, of One
Memlier lo serve In the Legislative Assembly
of the Province ol British Columbia' for the
Sloean Biding of West Kootenay Klectoral District, and thai vou do cause the nomination of
Candidates nts'ueh Election to be held on the
88th day of Juno, 1888, and do cause the name
of such Member, when so elected, whether he
bo present ur absent, to he certified in our Su
preme Court, at the.Clty of Vlotorla, oa ��r before the 81st day of August next, the Election
so made, distinctly I'.inl openly under Our Seal
ill!I; Indorsed opon lh!s Our Writ,
IN TESTIMONY WIIKKROF, We hnve caused
these Our Letters to ba mud" Patenl under the Gnat Seal of onr snid Province of
British Columbia: WITNESS, the Honourable TII'iMAS R. McINNES, nt Our
Government House, at Victoria, this seventh dav of June, in Hie vear of Our Lord
One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety Fight,
nnuiiuul.
II. H.TYitWHITT DRAKE,
Registrar of Hie Supreme Court,
Ily
Provincial Scfrelary'sOlfe
���JOlh May, 1��.
1118 HONOUR THK l.IKI 'TENANT-HOVER-
1 nor nos boon pleased to appoint the undermentioned persons to be Collector* of Votes,
under the provisions of section 16 of the "Redistribution Act, inns," namely:
JOHN D. SII1IIA1.H, of Revelstoke. for the
Revelstoke Hiding, Wet Kootenay Electoral
District.
ALEXANDER LUCAS, ol Kaslo, for tha
Slocan Riding, Wort Kootenay Eleotoral DI*
'trlct.
RODERICK F. TopMir;, of Nelson, for the
Kelson Uliling, West Kootenay Electoral District.
JOHN KIRKI'P, of   Rossland,  for Ihe  Rots-
land Riding, West Kootenay Klectoral Dls-
trlct.
And Ills Honor the Lleutenant-Qovernor has
beon pleased to appoint Iho undcriueuiloned
person lo bo Distributing Collector, under tlie
provisions of secUon 17 of .the. said Act, namely : -
in the former Electoral District of Wast
Kootenav, UKOIUJE A. MCFARLAND, of
Nelson.
Nofiee to Provincial Tax Payers.
NOTICE    IS    HEREBY    GIVEN
that those persons who desire to
take, :i(U'ant.:i^oof the lower rate
for the eurieiU   year   must   send the
amount thereof to me ou or beforo the
30th June, instant.
JOHN KEEN,
Provincial A��se.isor and CollecJor.
Koslo, B. C.
Arrived
A Seasonable Line of
Fine Groceries ,
Including Such Delicacies as
Smyrna Dried Figs. Preserved New Orleans Figs.
Ram Lai Toa.   Chase .fc Sanborn',-; Coffees.
Anil ull Noted Brands of Coffee, Mecca, Mocha and Java,
Cross & Blnckwell's PlokleS.
Patterson's Chutney Pickles.    French rnustard,
.Sliced Smoked Beef and the Noted Beet Extract. BovrfL
We can furnish almost tiny  thing desired in the
Grocery Line.    But tbat is not all.
Our Men's Furnishing Goods.
Continue to comprise the Largest and Finest Assortment in the city.   Call
and seo them.
GREEN
Corner A Avenue and Third Street, Kaslo. B. C
Subscribe For the
MORNING   NEWS,
And Get St Fresh,
BeE
Advertise in
TheM
ews
And Increase Your business,
Brightest, Newsiest Paper
in the Kootenay.
GIVE IT A TRIAL,
IT WILL
ette & Co
���j
Wholesale Dealers in
Provincial Secretary's Olliee.
sth June, is1*'.
.    .IKUrENANT-liOVK!'.-
m:r has been pleased (onppoint KI.ETl'H-
HIS HONOl'R TIIK
m:r has been pleased tonp
Kit S. A.VOItMVH, Kstinlrr, to tn; Returning Of
FRESH FRUITS
and VEGETABLES
Also Hav. Feed and Produce.
irorfor Ihc Slocon Riding oi *V��*��t Koulenny .
K;i'.torai"l)istTii't; and
His i-iour'.ir Abe I.luateuRiit-iiovi'rnorr.'lics
bi'un tf|casert toniipolnt mui declare tlie Gov-
��*>Titffnt Office, KaMq, to bo tin* jilncc tor thc
iii'Ui'intii.ri nl (nnili I,i i"s for selection to the
LCEislativu Arutembly in tho slui-.-iu Riding of
West Jvootcuay Electoral Oistrict.
We ship ilireot from California aud are prepai ed to quote
the lowest market prices on all kinds of fr.iits iu season.
BAKER ST.,   -    -   NELSON,B.C. RA1LK0AI
I)   STEAMBOATS.
Shortest and quickest routo to the
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 via Stilt Lake and Denver.
Steamer tickets to Europe and other
foreign countries.
Ocean Btoamer_��leavo Portland every
three days for Sun Francisco,
Leavei       Spokano Time Schedule       j Arrive |
'it.00   I FAST MAIL- IVallaWalla, 1'ort-
p.m.   land, San Francisco, Bak rCltj
daily. | and the Id-'.
8.00  {!,m AL MAIL- ( oeur d'Alenes,
u.m.  j Km nington, Garfield,  Collax,
ilaily. ! Pullman and Moscow.
7.46
a. in.
daily.
p. in.
I dailv.
For throiiRli tickets urd fni'lbei information,
apply to '   JAMES YVAUOH,
Agtl, N.& T. l'n.. Casio, B C.
<)r at O. it. li *���. COs'boffice,430 Riverside, av.,
pokane, Wi sh,    H."Jf. &DAMS, General Agt.
or   W. ll. HOLBDRT, ii. P. A , PoTtland.Ore.
KASLO & SLOGAN R!
Trtun**. Bun on Pad fie Standard Timo.
TIME CARD.
Going West.             Daily
lining Kast.
H.oo a. in. l.v Kaslo	
. Av 8.60 p. m.
K.itCa. ax. l.v.   .. .South Fork
.Ar8.16 p. in.
o.88tt.m.JjV,    ...Sproule's	
V.r_;16 p. in.
9.51 a. im. I.v-     ..While..nter....
A r'.'.no p. m.
10.03 a. in. l.v Bear Lake	
Ar 1.4.1 p. m.
10.18 a. in. l.v McGulgan
.Arl.88 p. m.
10.88a.in. l.v   ..Cody Junction..
.Ar 1.1S p. m.
10.60 a. in. Ar Snndon	
l.v UK) p. m.
UFO 1'. COPE1
AND, Supt.
ROUT. IRVING, G. F. A 1'. A.
1*11 UT                  O-USAT
M0 I                  ft. 11. WAV
-WEST
The survey ir's chain made it tho
Shortrst Transcontinental Route.
it is ihc most modern in equipment.
It Is llic lie.ivi""t railed line.
1 hiisii rook-ballast roadbad.
It crobses no Band desorts.
It wai built without land grant or Rovt. aid.
lt is noted for the courtesy of its employes.
It is only line serving meals on la carte plan.
Kootonay connection at Bonner's Ferry .Tuesday,Wednesday .Thursday,Saturday andSunday
TRAINS LEAVE -I'OKANE.
Eastward .... K.fsii a. m | Westward B.86 p.m.
For maps, tieliets and ' o'nplete information,
mill on or address I.N.', r. Co.'s agts, K.&S. Ry.
oris, or i'. (i. DIXON,Gen. Agt., Spokane,Wn.
F.I.WHITNEY,li. I'.s.T. A.,St. 1'aul, Minn
The Canadian Pacific Ry.
���AND���
Soo Pacific Line.
The cheapest, most comfortable and
direct route from Kaslo to ail points in
Canada and the United Statos. The
only line running through tourst cars
to Toronto, Montreal and Boston, and
through tourist cars to St. Paul daily.
Magnificent sleepers and dining ears
on all trains. Travel hy this lino and
have baggage checked to destination.
Daily connection trota Kaslo every
day, excepting Sunduy, at 7.110 a. ra.
For Kuskonook and lu'.epoints, Monday, Wednesduy and V: Way.
For Argenta and Lardo, Tuesday and
Friday at $.16 p. in.
Por full Information, cull on or address
ALDER r.ISHOP,
Freight and Passenger Agent, Kaslo, B. C.
���Or to W. F. ANDKIISON,
Traveling I'ass. Ant., Nelson, U. C.
E. J. COYLE,
District Passenger Agent, Vancouver.
Write lor Klondike Folder and Map,
Mhe.ii Pacific h
V
The Fast Line,
Superior Service.
Through ticket** to all points in Unitod
States and Canada. Direct Connection
.vith tho Spokaito Falls & Northern Ry.
TRAINS DEPART FROM SPOKANE:
No. 1 West.  .8:8.') p.m. I So.-East .7:00 a. m.
Spokane Falls
anil Northern���
Nelson cf Fort Sheppard,    | Jf t
Red Mountain   ailways.
The only, all rail route without
change of cars between Nelson and
Rossland K__ Spokane ''"'��� Rossland.
TIME CAR I).
Leave 0.20 a. m .Nelson A rrlv   5.8.1 p. m
Leave 12.05 a. m...Rossland Arrive 11.20 p.m
Leave 8.30 a. in Spokane. ...Arrive8.10 p. m
Tho train that leaves Nelson at (1:20
a. in. makes close connections at Spokane with trains for all . . .
PACIFIC IMST POINTS.
Passengers for Kettle river & Boundary
ck. connect at Marcus with stage daily.
INTERNATIONAL
Navigation �� Trading Co.,m
Steamers International tuul Alberta on Kootonay Lake and River���Summer Time Card In effect sUJtli March, 1898- -Subject to change.
HTKAMK1. INTERNATIONAL-Leaves Kaslo
for Nelson ami way polntB.dailyexceptSundayi
8.80 a. m. Arrive northport 9.45 a. in.; Koks-
Land, 11.20a. m. and Spokane, 8.10p. m,
Leave Nelson for Knslo ami way points, daily
except Bnnday.5.00p.m.LeaveSpolcane8.80a.m.;
Eoasland. 8.45 a. tn< -. Northport. L.85 ". m.
Kivo Mile I'oint connection with ail passenger
tiains of N. it F. s. Ky. to and from Norlliport,
Rossland and Spokane. Ticketssold nml baggage checked to nil United Slates noiius*.
STKAMK'lt AJ-BERTA -Lenvea Kaslo i'or Kus-
konook ami way points and ttonner'a Kerry,hiu.
Tuesdays ami Saturdays at r>.oy p.m., arrivinga1
Kuskonook at 10.80 p.m. nnd BOnner'S Ferry at8
a.m. next day, Returning lv. Uonner'.s Ferry
Wed., Fridays and ami Sundays at '2 p. m., a-rv.
Kuskonook H p. m., Kashi 1 a. m. following day.
Also from May 6tb steamer will make same (rip
leaving Kaslo every Thursday at Bo'olOOk a. in.
Honner's Perry connection with all pasxen^-r
trains of (i. N." Ity., arv. westward al Bpokane
B.10 p. m., or lv. Bonner':* Ferry for the east at
l.lfi p. m.   Meals nud berths nol Included.
Passengers on ss. International from Nelson,
trie., for points on lake south of Pilot liny, will
connect at that point witli tho SH. Alherta.
Passengers [or Nelson via SS Alberta, from
points south of Pilot Hay, cnn. by arrangement
with purser,have stop-over at Pilot Bay or Ams-
worth.or connect with International ut Knslo.
Company's steamers conneet Kootenay Lake
and Slocan point* w itli all points in LJ. 8. and
Canada hy way of Spokane and Kootenay river.
G. aLkx andkk, General Manager.
P.O. BoxU>, Kaslo, H. C.
Kuskonook anil Bonner's Ferry.
Str. Ainsworth.
Loaves Kuskonook til 12 o'clock noon,Monday
Wednesday snd l-'ridtiy, upon arrival of Blearier Nflsou with passengers fnun Kaslo, Ains-
wnrtli, I'ilot Hoy and Nelson. Arrives Hunuer's
Ferry 11 p. in., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Bonner's Ferry fi II in., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, mum arrival of il. n. trains
from cast anil iviist. Arrives Kuskonook 11 I'.
m i Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
I-i. J. MATHEWS, MajHwer.
THAVKI.Kll'S <HI1I>K.
Summary of Railway and Ntcamer Tititsi
Cards From Kaslo.
For Whitewater, Sandon, Cody, etc., K. A. S,
Hallway trains leave Kaslo dally at S a. in.; returning, arrive at Kaslo at :U*0 p. ra.
For Throe Forks, Now Denver, Rosebery aud
Nakusp, take K. st S. Ky. from Kaslo to Sandon,
and thenco Nakusp st sloean Railway, leaving
Sandon dally at 7.46 a. in.: reluming, arrive
ilaily at Sandon at 4,56 p. tn.
For Revelstoke, Vancouver. Victoria and other main line points on C. P. R., boat from Nakusp to Arrowhead, cars to Revelstoke, thenee
oonnect With easl and west bound trains.
For Silverton, Blocan City, take Str. Slocan on
Slocan lako,connecting with N.& S.at Rosebery.
For Norlliport, Spokane, Rossland and (irand
Forks, tnke the St.. International from Kaslo
daily at ;)Mi a. m., except Sundav, making connections at Five Mile Point with the N.sS.lf.8,
Ry., tlience to Northport. From Northport to
Snokane continue the railway, known south oi
Northport ns the Spokane Fails A Northern, arriving at Spokane, Wash., at s.10 p. in.
Or lor Spokane, take I. N. A T. Co.'s Sir. Alberta from Kaslo to Ronner's Ferry, Tuesdays
and Saturdays at 5 p. m. and Thursdays nt 0
a.m., and connect at Bonner's Ferry with Great
Northern trains to Spokane, arriving at S.10
the following day.
For Rossland change at Northport to the Red
Mountain Kv., ariiving at. Kossland at 11.211 a.m.
Or, Rossland may be reached from Nelson via
C, A K. Rv. to Robson, tlience by river steamer
to Trail, thence by C. A Vi. Ry. to Rossland. Or,
Rossland may be reached via Nakusp and Trail
by strms.down Arrow lakes and Columbia river.
For Grand Forks and Boundary Creek points,
take S. F. A N. Ry. trom Northport to llossburg
or Marcus, thenee by stafie across reservation.
For Aiusivorth, I'ilot Ilav, Nelson, etc., I. N. i.
T.Co.'s Str. International leaves Kaslo daily,except Sunday, at 11.'.'II a.m.. returnlng.leaves Nelson at 5 p. in., arriving at Knslo about fc.tfOp. in.
C. V. K. Co.'s Str. Kokanee leaves Kaslo daily,
except Sunday, at 7.:�� a. m��� arriving at Nolson at 11 a.m.; returning, leaves Nelson al Ip.
ni., arriving at Knslo at ".so p. m,
For Argenta and l.ardo. Btr. Kokanee makes
round trips every Tuesday nnd Friday, leaving
Kaslo at S.l'i p.m.
For Kuskonook, Ft. Steele, etc., lake Btr. Kokanee Monday,Wednesday and Friday at 7.:m a.
m., or I. N. A T. Co.'s Str. Alherta Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 5 p. in.; thence by
stago to Fort.Steele Wednesduy and Saturday.
Tickets to .lapan and China via Tacoma
and Northern Pacific Steamship Com-'
pany. For information, time cards,
maps and tickets, apply to agts. of the
SpOkane Falls & Northern and its connections, or to 17 D. ('I13BS,
General Ap-eiit,
iiiksiie Wash.
D, Clf ARI.TON, Asst. Oerf. Pass. Agt.,
v.)   US V":ri.O'i d., ri"il:;'xi,Ortn'   I
Wilto tor Map ol UooMMiy Cuuntry,
The following Is a t
Kaslo to surrounding b
Weal or North.    Miles.
Whitewater  17
Rear Lake 20
McC.'iignn 28
Snndon, 3 hours '20
Cody 31
Three Forks 88
New lienver  S8
Rosebery 41
Silverton  48
Slocan City  06
Nakusp 70
iiurton City  95
Lardo  18
Argenla 20
Duncan Cits!  84
Ual'-yonHotSfiriug- bi.
Arrowhead..; 105
Laurie JM
Thompson's Land'g.IPs
Trout Lake City... .125
Ferguson ���.... ISO
Revelstoke, ai hra..i:a
Vernon ,.. . , 228
Penticton . '*, 293
Kamloops 381
Asheroft 808
l.ytton 860
Vale 409
.v. Westminster. ..503
Vancouver, id hrs. .512
Vi- "'i.:' B�� hotirs. ,5!K1
Seattle, '-���' hnnri . . .Wl
��V '!���'' ��� :t"
i'uilUibi, tohoi;     ������''���:
able of distances from
usincss points;
Kast or Soutli.     Miles.
Ainsworth 12
Pilot Bay 20
Balfour 28
Sail' ii  SS
N"lsnii, 4 hours 42
Ymir 00
Kol'son 70
Trail 90
Northport, 7 hours.HIS
Rossland, 10 hours. .120
Bossburg 122
Marcus ISO
Grand Forks 1��0
Greenwood 192
Anaconda V.Hi
Boundary   2i��
Midway 201
Spokane, 1" hours. .2:12
Kuskonook 45
Goat River t>*i
l!edlington(Ryki;rts)77
Port Hill 78
Lucas 1H8
Bonner's Forry, is hl-iO
MoyiaCIty 125
Swansea 135
Wardner, R.c 1 lu
Cranbrook 14)
Fort Steele UK)
Canal Flats 190
Windermere 210
Donald .., , 212
Gol'len S80
BanS M4
KASLO!
THE BUSINESS CENTER
OF THE
AINSWORTH
MINING
DIVISION !
toAnd the  gateway to the Great Slocan With Its Score or More of
Dividend
Paying
Properties
1
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m
KB
M
m
is
itJiilor
KasrO, ^e Cityof Eii>rgy!
Is Also A City of Homes.    ���
Beautifully Situated on kootenay Lake, With a Delightful
Climate. It has Churches, Schools, and Public Reading Rooms
Well Graded streets.    A Good Local Telephone system.
The Best of Electric Ifight 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.
OVER $20,000
Is being expended in Public
Improvements This Year !
FOR. FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO
Kaslo Board of Trade!
Gr. O. Buchanan, Pres.,
Q. E. MARTIN, Secy
m
KASLO, B. C.

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