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 THE KASLO MORNING NEWS.
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ADS PAY
EVERY DAY
VOL. III.
KASLO, B. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 4,1898.
NO. 6.
FOR   THE   QUERN'S BIRTHDAY
American Admiral at Last Controls the Phil-
l
Cables are Cut and lint leap News is llaioalilc
Nearly $700  Will Be  Awarded in
Prizes.
U. S. Monitor Monadnock in North
Pacific Waters.
Spanish Cruisers Reported After
Steam Wm.
Spain Bejects England's Offer lo Protect Chinese
at)
Special Dispatch to tho Kaslo Morning News.
Hong- Kong, May 3.���Manilla has
fallen and the stars and stripes wave
over tho Philippines.
Cable Cut Fifty Miles Out.
London, May 3.���Tests from Hong
Kong show that tho cable was cut fifty
miles from Manilla. A wedk or fortnight must olapse beforo it can posl-
bly be ropatrod.
It is apparent that tlio Araorioan  licet
received but slight damage.
The moral influence of the llrst great
victory is incalculable, aid though it
Is practically certain that Spain will
not yield till sho 'ias tried conclusions
on the Atlantic, and also where she
hopos for better luck with tho really
first-class squadron, it Is believed that
a similar victory in Cuban waters
would produce signs of a revolution in
Spain and compell an endeavor to come
to terms. '
Looking for Hpanlsh Cruller..
Special Dispatch to thu Kaislu Morning News.
Vancouvor, May 3.���The United
States monitor Monadnock, 3,990 tons,
is at present patrolling the gulf of
Georgia and straits of Juan de Fuca,
in order to protect San Francisco steam
colliers which aro taking coal from
Nanalmo to that port. Tho report that
some Spanish cruisers are in the vicinity of tho coast brought the Monadnock up to theso waters. She showed
American colors to thc collier Titania
which wont south yesterday laden with
coal.
At a mooting of the executive committee of tho 24th of May celebration,
holil Mondny evening at thc city hall,
thc following members were present:
Chairman Alex Lucas, Sec. Jas. Lucas,
Messrs. Garland, E. King, McGregor,
Voting, Kane, Hnntor, Trethe.vcy and
Cockle. The soliciting committee reported ovor $600 subscribed and more
in prospect.
Tho following estimates of probable
prizes were adopted: Caledonian sports,
$150; hose race, $100; horse race, $50;
band competition, $100; ball, $50; advertising, $40; decorations, $75; base
ball, 125; salute and fireworks, $75.
It is expected that tho surrounding
towns, especially Sandon and Nelson,
will contribute largely of their population to Kaslo on that day. Messrs. McGregor, Lucas and Trethowey were
appointed a committee to wait upon
the city council and ask for an appropriation for a prize for a hose reel race.
Tho meeting thon adjourned until next
.Monday evening.
PROMPT ACTION BY SECRETARY LONG
Sends Two Vessels to Commodore Dewey's
t With Coal.
Are Ordered to Start at Once froi tiie Sao Francisco Navy
The Veil'' Leads, as I'sual.
Kaslo's tlrst daily hove ln  sight yesterday.   It Is published by the B. C.
News.   Brer. King yet to hear from.���
Sandon Paystreak.
Took 375 Cortln of Wood.
Yesterday morning the steamer Nel
son towed the large C. P. Ii. barge
down to that city, loaded with 375
curds of wood from across the lake at
this point. The barge is an immense
affair, 240 feet long, and was but recently completed at Nelson, to bo used
in transferring cars to and from Kuskonook. It was tho largest load of
wood that ever left the port of Kaslo.
Tills Meant Business.
Special Dispatch to the Kaslo .Morning News.
London, May 3.���It Is roported that
the British ambassador at Washington
is to be succeeded by a high official of
the British foroign office. Sir .Tulliau
Pauncefote's successor is said to bo Sir
Thomas H. Sanderson, K. C, B., K. C.
M. G., the permanent under secretary
of state of foreign affairs. He is one of
the most experienced diplomatic officers iu tho British service,
!1
n
They Offer to Enlist Under thc Stars
ami Stripes.
Montcjo Was Surprised.
Special Dispatch to tin' Kaslo Homing News.
London, May 3,���It appears that Admiral Montojo was takon altogether by
surprise and tho Spanish authorities
gonorally wore in u state of utter un-
roadlnosB. Tho forts wore not completed, tho harbors wero not mined,
there wore no searchlights and tho
American squadron was only sighted
after it had already passed the outer
and principal forts.
On every side in England is hoard
praise of the skill and daring: displayed
by Commodore Dewey in the situation,
where, if anything had miscarried, he
would have lieen caught in a most desperate position. At the same time,
credit is given Admiral Montojo, who
had a wretched (leet ahd stood no
chance except from the assistance he
might receive from the forts.
The American vessels, howover, by
roving to aud fro, were easily able to
avoid tho badly directed fire from the
forte, and looking to all oirounwtauees
Plenty of Protection for Chinese.
Spoclf.l Dispatch to the Knslo Morning News'
Madrid, May 3.���Tho government
seos somo doep laid machinations on
tho part of Great Britain in the offer
of the British consul In tho Philippines
to protoct tho Chlnose there.
Tho government rejects the British
offers to protect tho Chlnoso at Manilla, and will inform the powers; who
are disposed to allow tho British to
protoct tho i-Chlnoso, that thoy have
squadrons In tho far east themselves
for that*purposo.
Spain ls a Little Late.
New York, .May 3.���A special cable
from London says that a roport is cur
rent that an official telegram has been
received by the foreign office from the
British consul general at Manilla announcing the capitulation.
Tho story is unconfirmed, but is is
known that several messages have
passed between A. J. Balfour and the
British ambassador at Madrid, in
which the British government is advised by tho Spanish cabinet that an
honorable submission is the best way
if safeguarding Spanish interests in
the Philippines as well as those of the
other powers ooncerned.
Looking After Sewage.
Edward Mohan, provincial sanitery
engineer of Victoria, who has been
looking over the Kootenay cities to decide upon the best plans for drainago,
spent yesterday in Kaslo. After a
careful examination of the city and a
consultation with the mayor and several aldermen, Mr, Mohan thought that
drainage Into the lake was tho only
feasible plan at present, and ho bc-
liovos permission can be obtained from
the provincial govornment for this purpose. The city council vill givo the
matter early attention.
Klondike Frozen Meat Depot.
Special Dispetch to tho Kaslo Morning News.
Vancouver, B. C, May 3.���There Is
a project afoot to establish a frozen
meat depot in Vancouver to supply the
Klondike trade regularly. The meat
would be shipped direct from here to
Dawson.
Could Not Oct Word.
Special Dispatch to the Kaslo Morning News.
London, May 3.���The Eastern Telegraph Co. announces that it is impossible for any word to have come from
Manilla since 10 o'clock yesterday.
Cable lu Aniisrlran Hands.
Paris, May 3.���It Is reported hero
that the Amorlcan warships cut the
.Manilla cable and took the end on
board for tho purpose of communication.
British Consul In Danger.
New York, May 3.���The British consul at Guantanamo has asked protection from the mobs on account of his
activity In protecting American citizens.
Spanish Blood is Up.
London, May 3.���A Cadiz dispatch
says that a second Spanish squadron
has nearly completed preparations for
active service. Spain will pursue the
war with greater vigor. Nobody will
listen to proposals of peaco until Spain
has had another chance of measuring
strength with the United States,
Blanco Footing Himself.
Special Dispatch to the Kaslo Morning News.
Madrid, May 3.���An official dispatch
from Havana says that the ontireAmer-
ican squadron has sailed, presumably
in tho direction of Key West.
Arc Very Grateful for American Aid
in tiie Past,
Would Pay Their Own Passage to Be Per-
mileil to Enlist.
Resolutions of Homage.
Special Dispatch to the Kaslo Morning News.
Madrid, May 3.���The lower house of
tho Cortes has adopted a "Resolution
of Homage" in memory of those killed
at Cavite.
The Sultan Wakes Up.
Special Dispatch lo tho Kaslo Morning News.
Constantinople, May 3.���Turkey ha��
notified the IJ. S. minister that she has
���s.
docreed neutrality.
Britons are Much Pleased.
London, May 3.���The majority of the
important British provincial papers today pay warm tribute to Commodore
Dewey and tbe United States fleet at
Manilla.
City of Paris on Duty.
New York, May 3,���The steamship
Yale, formerly the American fiuer
City of Paris, left hor dock shortly
before six o'clock last evening under
orders. The Yale carried full supplies
and stores for an extended cruise. She
had 5,000 tons aboard.
Special Dispatch to the Kaslo Morning News.
New York, May 3.���A special to the
Herald fromWashlngtou says that Secretary Long has taken immediate
measures to relieve the United States
fleet in the Pacific of any embarrassment they might feel for want of
coal.
Orders have beon telegraphod to tlie
government authorities at Sun Francisco to select two of tho swiftest ships
in that port, load them with coal and
despatch them on to Commodore Dew*
ey's squadron.
As China and Japan have delayed
making declarations of neutrality,somo
experts on international law hold thut
the Unitod States may still obtain coal
iu eastern ports.
(ireeks Show (iratltude.
Special Dispatch to the Kaslo Morning News.
Constantinople, May 3.���The U. S.
minister has received 2JJ5 offers by volunteers for the U. S. navy.
They are chiefly Greeks, and somo
declare that they will pay their passage,for American assistance to Greece
in the late vver.
Praises the Strategic Board.
London, May 3.���The Times says
that tho measures advised by the U. S.
naval strategic board seem to be well
conceived to meet any possible contingency.
The sending of three  German A-ar-
shlps to the' Philippines is much crit-
lolLed. the m mmmi
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Monday at Kaalo, B. c.
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HONORING THE QUEEN.
Kaslo will celebrato the (.noun's
Birthday in a manner brlittiiif; tho
city and the occasion. The business
men havo generously put their hands
into their pockets and already huve
subscribed nearly *?T00 towards defraying the incidental expenses, and the
success of the celebration on May 24th
is now assured. Tho program of prizes
printed elsewhere.as outlined und reo*
ommended by tho oommlttee, is evidence that nothin;' will be left undone
tu make the day us successful in every
way as was the celebration of 1897.
Like last year, an Invitation will be
extended to all our sister towns to oome
up and take possession on thut day. In
fact, visitors can have almost anything
in sight then. Thoro will bo sport:, in
such abundance and variety us to
please all tastes, the whole winding up
with fireworks and a ball lu tlie
evening.
Subscribers to the expense fund are
to l e congratulated and oommended ror
their showing of public spirit. Nothing will be omitted to make the day a
memorable ODe, and every citizen
should make it liis business to put his
shoulder to the wheel from this day
forward.
1 IHTimiAL OUTCROI'PINGS.
MEN AND THINGS.
There was a good deal of talk on the
streets yesterday in regard to the preference of tho Spanish sailors in tho
Philippines, who chose to go down to
certain death in their ships to surrendering to the American admiral. Some
���" tho ; ee; !e -e-*__c_ ta CT..IJ r th"��
the bravest kind of bravery, but the
great majority agreed that it was do-
thing more or loss than an exhibition
of frenzied foolishness.
Hut, perhaps, after all the reason for
Spanish fear of being captured is not
hard to find, it is said that in cases of
all the captures of Spanish merchantmen recently made near Cuba by Admiral Sampson's fleet, the Spanish
sailors have bogged piteously for their
Lives to be spared. They seemed to
have tho insane idea that Americans
would follow the barbarous treatment
of prisoners which Spain has used for
eonturies,and oven yet has not entirely
discarded. It is not, then, Burprisin
that they chose a watery grave.
IIOTKLS AND UKSTAUUANTS.
Central Hotel,
FRONT ST., KASLO, I). 0.
Now Building.���Newly Furnished Throughout.
Best Rooms in the City.
A FIRST CLASS BAR IN CONNCTION.
BEDTEH i CO.
Ho, Fishermen.
Adams House,
KASl.O, B. C.
HATES, ��1 t'KR DAY AND l< .'WARDS.
Adams Bros., Props.
Bole agents tor passt beer, Milwaukee, wis.
Lake View
Restaurant.
BY P.P.FOBSOM.
FRONT STKKK'J
Good Rooms aud (lood  Living.
KASLO, B. C.
Iii this connection one of the pithy
sentences credited to Mark Twain is
worth calling to mind. Speaking of
^oing to battle,he declined respectfully-,
saying that he much preferred being u
live mun for five minutes, than a doad
man all his life Evidently the dons in
tho Kast Indies did not take this view
of the oase.
The news of the destruction, of the
Spanish fleet at Manilla wus broken
gently to the Spanish, public. The
powers that, be dared not do otherwise,
as the throne is none too secure in
Spain.
I f that Spanish fleet that has loft tho
(.'ape Verde islands shows up beforo
New Vork or Boston, there will bo the
quickest movements among Unci,'
Sam's cruisers yet recorded. And it
will be DO holiday picnic, oither.
.lust as she ls ready to grow, after
years of diill times, the poor little city
of Northport Is devastated by fire, and
virtually wiped out. Kaslo can extend
sympathy to our near neighbor across
the line, Which will doubtless rise out
of the ashos ibigger and better than
over.
Tho oditor of the Kootenaian seems
grieved that we did not mention him
In our laBt issue. The only reason we
have for not doing go, is that the people of Kaslo have grown weary of the
more mention of bis name.
Clothes lines ought to bo cheap iu
future, now that Manilla has fallen.
The dispatches appearloj? in the
evening handbill are doing good service in whetting the appetites of Kat-
loites for the fuller accounts of the war
contained in the News each morning.
As a consequence the sales of the News
tire steadily iuortaslng.
An extraordinary Spanish cabinet
council Is culled to*consider the matter
of tho throwing of "petroleum bombs"
by tho American men-of-war ln tho
naval battle near Manilla on Sunday.
Our dispatches mako this grave announcement but fail to state whether
Sagarta'B cabinet think tho United
States have imitated the Chinese mode
of lighting with stinkpots or other
relics of prehistoric barbarism. Sa-
gasta should squelch such arrant torn-
foolery.
The Observer was passing Archie
Fletcher's yesterday afternoon when
he heard sounds which, to his unmusical ear, scorned at first to indicate that
Cut. Hums' agents had not done their
duty by at least one pig. As he drew
nearer he reasoned that Archie had
not. greased his wheel of fortune for a
month. Hut both conclusions were
false. It was a performer ou a bagpipe In tho process of extracting a
Scottish air from that instrument. And
of course thero was an admiring audience to encourage him in his moro or
lass laudable efforts.
Thf. Observer.
WILL CHANGS HISCHIKCH.
SILVER KING
HOTEL
.U'fil'STINE.s: WELIN, PB0PEIET0B8.
Bar and Billiard Room
IN CONNECTION.
Rooms from S3 wr week up. Newly turnlshcd
throughout. Electric Lights. Front hi., next
door lo Post Ollice, Kaflo, 11. C.
McLeod Hotel,
ARGENTA, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
New House.    Newlv Furnished.   Qood   AoOOHl'
niodiilioiiB. W.ll. BELL, Propr
Kalama Hole/,
KUSKONOOK. BRITISI' COLUMBIA.
Otherwise Armstrong's Lauding
uud 'tout River Landing.
Mrs. Wm. Middleton, Propr,
We eiLiir especially to the traveling public.
Butte Hotel,
BY  I). A   CARR,KUSKONOOK, B. C
Formerly ol the Butte Hotel, Kanlo, B. C.
FINKST TABLE ON TllK KAST S1DK OF
KOOTENAY LAKE.
Giegerich
Will supply you
with Everthing
XTp'-"-rl^li!   of   T r ---
K
prices, Steelrods,
Jointed or Telescoped;   Hooks,
Baits and Flies; Silk lines, enamelled and waterproof;
Landing Nets, Reels and all Kinds of Repairs. A full
line of Hammocks and all kinds of Sporting Goods.
In tho Grocery Department., a fine line of Fancy Groceries  will soon
arrive   Try our Klondike Deviled Grubs, now here.
In the Clothing Department, try our celebrated  lighter weights  of
Health Underwear for warmer weather.
H.Giegerich
Kaslo,    Sandon,     Ainsworth
\*orJthje_Jobbing   | rade 1
Just Received, a Large invoice of Cigars, Including KEY
WEST, SYLVIA, ol.V.MIMA, CORONA, I H'.l. KKV, ES-
PANOLA,TRItJMPO, MQNOPOWS AND SWELL,
This is In addition to my already well established GROCERY
THA,,,; I, A. RICKER8.
Til J?  A' // 0 / f)  /v PnrtJPJf V    PWW Street, lielneell Third und Fourth,
/ II Jj   J\.10JjU  LrJXUt   IjJ\ I, Ku'lo. llrlllsh Coluuil.iu
Nelson House,
KASLO, B.C.
Nl'.lsSON i BOSTRUM, l'ROl'RIETOHB.
Nieely Iiuuished ro��ni8. Bur well stocked, Spokune Beer on DriiUKht hy Schooner or quart
Best free lunch in the (ily.
Kev. Pniciinler Hns  Left Knslo and
thc Methodist Denomination,
Rev, Charles Ault Proounler, who
has been In Kaslo for three years as
pastor of the Methodist church, preaoh-
ed his farewell sermons last Sunday, On
account of his ohauge in religious convictions, he will shortly be ordained
by the Church of England and accopt a
charge.
Both morning and night the church
was crowded, his many friends crowding around after the services to bid
him adieu. His pastorate has been a
most successful one, tho church having
been erected ln that time, and being
now practically free of debt. Mrs.
Procunier and family will stay here until her.husband's return from the east
in a few weeks, They will tben depart tor a permanent homo.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
W. J. TWISS���
Real Estate and Mining Broker!
INSURANCE
Fire, Lite, Accident mui (luaruntec.   Front St.
KASLO, H. C,
Grexieral Hardware !
Paints, Oils, Garden 'fools.
Hamilton Byers,   Kas,��
Alil-NT TkllAX AUTOMATIC ORB CAHS.
Sandon.
I)
R.J. F. II. HOdKRS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
tirudiiute Trinity University, Toronto, Ont
Member of fi'llnxu of 1'hynlclHUK and Surgeons.
Licentiate of thc II, ('. Council. Late of New
York RosplMl und Polyclinic. Office on 4th
ki.   Hospital, ror.'>ll> nl. and B ave., KukIo.H.C.
/*)KOB<iF. B. MARTIN,
VJ1 NOTARY PUBLIC,
ARBITRATOR, ASSKINEIC,
I'ONVEYANUINO, ETC.
Ofles over Lamont A Young's Book Store,
KAHLO, B. ('.
J)R. A. S. MARSHALL,
DENTIST.
Graduate of Araerloan College.Chloago
KA8I.0, B. c.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
Confectionery,
Tobacco, Cigars!
Best in every line. A stock of fancy groceries Is Boon to be added to our stock.
Carney Bros.,
Front St., opposite Kaslo Hotel, Kaslo, B. C.
J. Turner & Co.,
Importers and Dealers in
Cigars.Tobacco, Hay, Oats,
Bran, Eggs, Etc. Orders
by mall promptly filled.
Front it., n��r N��w�� Offloe, Kaslo, B,C.
THE
LEVIATHAN
Gold Mining and Milling Co., Ltd.
Offices at Kaslo, R G.
Capital, *2,000,000.
SOW IN OPERATION ON KASLO II
This property comprises 10 claims on an iron capped ledge
over throe miles long and ovor 50 foot wide.
Tll�� tunnel is in nearly ].riO feot and still progressing.
Surface assays have yielded trom $5 to $10 per ton In gold.
A limited amount of Treasury Shares for sale.
This property is likely to bo Kaslo's Lo Hoi.
C. H. EVANS,      JAS. SPKIRS,      SAM'L FAWCETT,
President, Vice-Pros. Secretary.
J
P. BURNS & CO.,
KASLO   MARKET.
All Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats.
FISH m POULTRY IN SEASON
GET YOUK
8 Y 8 T K M
RENOVATED!
Spring Is Almost Here.
Ask STEPHENSON for a bottle of Compound Sarsaparilla.   There Is nothing
better for a Spring Modicino or Blood Purl fler.
E. F, STEPHENSON  The Kaslo Druggist,
Front Street, Kaslo, British Columbia.
THE COMING LIGHT.
The Best Artificial Illuminant.   Absolutely
safe.   Approved by Canadian Underwriters.
,apa Falls Mm Gas Machine Company, Limited.
S. C. WING, Local Agent,
Front street, above News Office, Kaslo, British Columbia.
FOR THE BEST
BATHB !
GO TO THE
Grand Barber Shop,
HALL HI108., Kaslo, B. C.
���Xsw Nickel Tubs.  Tickets good (or thteo
baths, (1,00.
I.N.&T.OO.,
STEAMER HALYS.
CAPTAIN W, W. WEST.       ���
Does Jobbing Trade on Kootenay Lake.
sUsvs ordsri with Steamer Internttlonsl. ���"���������-���--���*������������
**:IN:-
SeasoN
���1       . ti. IU     I- iiJUulJ
AND COMPASSES
At all Prices and to
Suit tho Country.
t
Will commence soon
and in view of this
we have Imported a
big line of Tackle of
all kinds.
Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Lamont & Young,
Hooks, Stationery  and  Wallpaper, ���   -   -   ���  Kaslo, 11. ('.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
"P-fUftM living normal Tlilonwill h�� aWo to _*n<! tbtt
prlut nt ft 'Mi-mo*, of I f v -hi", from tho *���������.���*���; with vtxno and
eomfort( aleo will Im ��bl8 to road it with each eve sqpar&toly.
ll imaMa '���- do no yonr eyei an dofertlvo ana nhuuld Imvt
Immoillate attamiua.   When the eyes become Ural from mad*
Official Directory.
DOM1HJON DIRECTO&V.
Qovgrnor-OenosAl.   .     .     Karl ol Abordi��n
Premier    ,    ,��>,", Sir Wilfrid Uurlor
Member HouaaVCommoniiDomlDlon Parliament, fM West Kootenay    .   Bewttt Bostock
I'ltuVIN'i'IAIs D1REOTORV,
Lieut.-(in senior . . Kqn. T. R, Molnnea
Prettier .... Hon. I, ll. Turner
Attorney-General lion. D, M. Bbertl
I'nm. of l.iinrlsmui Works . lion. n. II. Mitriln
Minister Minus ami Education . Hxm.Jaa.Baker
President kxaoutive Council . Hon,C.E.Pooley
1'i'iivlnciiil .Ytlnotiiliigfst , R.G.McConnell
Members Legislative Assembly [or Weal Koot
enaj   North Hiding   ....    J. M. Kellle
South Hilling J. t, Un	
K IBLO OFFICIAL blRBCTORY.
Mayor Chas.W. MoAnp
Aldermen A.w.Oiiodcnotigh, K.K. Aroher.J. 1).
Mooro. 0, M a niii, li. w. Moore, Geo, Wbltaslde,
City clerk .... K. K. I'hiiiiiiiiii
Police Magistrate       . Alex Lucas
city Marshal M. v. Irjami
Autilanl Vi. A. Milne
Auditor c. [i. MeKentle
Treasurer 8, H. Green
Assessor B. P. Tue!:
Waler Coo,mi-si,,ner   . .     R. A, Cookie
Healtb Officer  . Dr. J, F. n. Rosen
City council meets every WerlnesdHV I p, in,at
i Hy ball, llh si . betWMU Front st. nnd A ave.
VOI.ISTKKK I'IKK IIKI'AHTM KNT
(,'blel Hugh P. Fletcher
First Dspotl Chief        .      .      .       (leo. Held
Second Depttty chief Inlin ;.lllls
Tliinl Deputy Chief     .     ,     Geo. Whiteside
Secretary Arable Morris
Treasurer litis Adams
MSTKH'T  1UKKCTORY.
Mining Itooiir.lor-AssessorTax Col.  . Jno.Keen
Collector of Cuitonii     ���     .     1. F. Mcintosh
.School Trustees���AugustCarney, .1. ll. Moore.
0, o. Buchanan. Prliii'lpal--Prof. Jas. lllslo)
KASLO 1'OSTOFFH F..
Oeneral delivery open daily (Sundays exeopl ���
I'd) from S a. ni. until 7 p. m. Lobby Span from
7 a. in. to 9.80 p. lu. Malls for despatch olOSe every evening except Naturduv and Sunday, at 9
p.m. .Malliarrive Iroin I'nlted Suites and hike
points dailv exeept Sunduy, at 'J.IK' p. in. l'rom
('. P. It. and Blooan points, arrive dally, except
Hundiiy, ut I p. in. Registration offloe open.s :m
a. ui., li.ao f. in. Money order offloe und Poet.
oltlee Savings llnnl; open na. in. to ."> p. m.
B. U.ORKKN, Postmaster.
CH I'ltcll IURKCTORY.
METHODIST CHURCH���Cor. 0 snd Mb It.   in
vine servieyscverv Sunday 11 a. in. and T.:''i p,
in. Sunday ���ohoo.2.80, strangers weleome.
C. Ault I'roeunler, M. A., Pastor.
PBE8BYTBKIAN CHURCH- c,,r lib st and ll
ave. Services* every Sunday 11 a. in. and ".;vO
p.ni. Sunday si h.,ol und Hi lib* class, 2.H0 p.m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening 8 o'clock.
Free seats. Strangers heartily welcome.
K.'\   A. li. Menzies, Minister
CHURCH OF ENGLAND���Southwell cor. of C
ave. and Alius). Services every Sunday at 11 ii
m. and7.au p. in. Allure cotdially Invited.
Rev. David Richards, Mlssluncr in Charge.
CATHOLIC CHURCH -Corner C avenue and
Oth at.. No reguhu pastor at present. Occasional services by special announcement.
FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS,
in      MASONS   Kaslo Lodge No. i'i, A. F, &
ff\.   A. M.. meets llrst Monday in every
**�� ^r   month at Masonic ball over arson
/V_F\    Hros'. More,   Visiting brothers   In-
���   ���   \    Tlted Ui attend.      11. Hyera, YV. M.
E. K. chipman, Bforatary.
masonic chapter-Kootenay Chapter, R.A.
M., holds regular i���inviieutlons on the second
Tuesday ol ciicli niiiiiili Iii Masonic hall,Kaslo
Vlalling companions nre cordially Invited.
chas. Trutntnill.Soribc Et,       E. E. Chipman, Z.
MACCABEES���Hloimi lent No. il, Knights ol
the Maocahces, meets second and fourth Mondays ol each mouth al Livingston's hall,Kaslo
Visiting Knights cordially invited.
Vi. A  Davies, Commander.
Dolph Johnson, Keeper of Records.
FORESTERS- Court Kuslo No. 11887, lndepeiul
ont Order of Foresters. Meets llh Friday of
each month iu Victoria bouse. Visiting
brethren are cordlallv Invited.
\V. H. Sirnlheru, chief Ranger.
w. 3. Hall, Rocording Secretary,
KASLO
Transfer
COMPANY.
General Express and       tk
Transfer Business...    ��_Ak
Dealers in *IP
lee, Hay, ���
Oats, Wood, Iff
and Peed t H
Special Facilities for moving��� *^
FURNITURE,
PIANOS, ETC.
Gardens plowed, manured and made
���*eady for soed.
L, HANNA, Mangr.
Telephone No. 9. Front st. Kaslo, B.C
in^orsewlujr.orif ths lottan ionic bltlmd ami run together,
it li asuro iuilleiitlon ihct glasses ;>"��� tiMslod    Tlio leaflet
I i'i the r!."i|. -'".l- ii ro of unoqnat deaifty aoil havs
imierfctly Irsnncl surfacel. Continued aso oftltoeu poorer
eases will result In fsneltivo Injury from the constant .strain
et*m th" n"s.elM uf sseuHOffisssUtioa to my'. *ha defeot. la
I?,'. isSSSS." ��. K. ,
xi jour eyea ttro not working O. K.,
consult O. Strathern, opposite P. O. *
Mrs. Jos. Still) le^ Its1 evening, on
tlie Alberta, via Bonner's Ferry and
tho Great Northorn for Spokane, having been called by telegram to the
bedside of her sister, Mrs. .f.W.Stroek,
who is dangerously ill. Mr. Stilp accompanied his wifo as far as Ainsworth.
Mil waukoe Beer Ball. Call and see
Bob & Tony and get some wionorwurst
anil sourkraut free with your boor.   *
A force of men was at work yesterday clearing the new city corner of
stumps and debris.
Milwaukee Beer Hall. If you want
good minors, mechanics or laborers,
they make their headquarters with Bob
and Tony. ���
Tho stoatuor Alberta will begin her
Thursday trips to Bonner's Ferry tomorrow, running hereafter three times
weekly.
.Milwaukee Beer Hull. Bob and
Tony will always treat you right. Give
them a call. *
August F. I.uonlng, representing the
world famous l'abst Milwaukee boor,
arrived In the city last evening ou his
yearl} trip to British Columbia.
Remember the Steam Laundry has
out prices. Everybody can afTord to
have work done thero now. *
The little sou of.lohn P, Hall, who
was hurt by a fall Sunday evening, Is
improving under the medical attendance of Dr. Hartin.
At the Milwaukee Beer Hall, Bob
ami Tony will serve you tho finest
schooner of Half and Half and the best
of roast hoof free with thorn. *
Sandon htiB authorized O.O. Buchanan, of this city, to represent that town
also on the load question.
The Komp Mineral Water, a homo
product, cool and refreshing, always on
tap. Call for ft at tho Bodega. Try
lt.   J. A. Swift. ��
At the bicycle rafllo Monday night
\V. 11. Necltinds, the original owner,
won the wheel. Mr. Bureholl shook
for Mr. Ncelands, who had gone oast,
For indigestion, dyspepsia, kidney
trouble, etc., drink Kemp Mineral Wa-
ter.   J. A. Swift, at the Bodega.      *
Hewitt Bostock has boen eloeted
president of the Nelson rowing club.
Milwaukee Beer Hall, Bob and Tony,
proprietors. Tho biggest and sharpest
mug of lieer in the Slocan country. *
Assayer Stevenson,   of  tbo   firm  of
sStOveuson & Becker, who has beon  in
Seattle  several   woeks,   is   expected
back tho latter part of this week.
A snap In 1847 Rogers Bros', silver
plate 1-2 doz. tablespoons. 1-2 doz. dos-
sert spoons and 1-2 doz. teaspoons, all
for $5.   O. Strathern. *
The K. & S, Ry. C o. have obtained a
crown grant for their Sandon townslte
property.
Mllwaukoo Boor Hall. Bob and Tony
run lt. Open day and night. They
serve you the finest freo lunch in tho
slocan with oach schooner of beer. *
.1. D. Holland has received a letter
from Chicago offering hlm a good situation to travel for a cigar house. He
is contemplating closing his cigar
f ictory here and accepting the offer.
���t "Who made you that perfect fitting
coat? Good stuff too." "Why, Walker
the tailor of course." *
George Cooper, alias Bert Sawyor,
died in a Nelson drug store last Friday
from self-inflicted wounds.
A fine lot of now material for men's
suits has just been recoivod by Walker
the tailor.   Now Is the time to order. *
The Milwaukee Beer Hall has tho
host and coolest beer in the city.     *
For Komp Mineral Water, call ou JJ
A. Swift, at the Bodega. *
Gust. A. Boetcher, the popular conductor of the K. &. S. Ry., who is taking his first vacation in two years,
writes that he will return in a short
time.
The Nortli|iori Fire.
Our. W. Ri..*' ���*. of Spokane 'he v *."
known mtning man, to whom is largely
due the successful exploitation of the
Albion mine at Ainsworth, came in on
tho International last evening.
Speaking of tho fire at Northport,
.Mr. Roche informed tho News that the
city's business portion was completely
wiped out, with the exception of Kend-
rick's store, the only brick building in
tho town. There was no water, and
nothing to stop the flames but dynamite. Forty buildings were burned,
tho damage being'estimated at $100,000,
with little insurance. Rebuilding ���will
begin at once.   No lives were lost.
Mast Oct It nt Kaaio.
Nelson has uo gravel for stroet grading purposes, and therefore tho supply
is being obtained from (Casio's immense
gravel bods. Captain West of tho
steamer Halys will tow il down to tho
smelter city.
MOTM <����*' TIIK EOOTKNAVK,
Slocan City's citizens havo decided
to put in a much  needed water system.
Rossland now boasts of a full Hedged
local building society.
Revelstoke now has a dally���the
lloraltl.
A Liberal club Is a new political
Organisation at Nolson.
Tho Moylo City Leader Is at last
afloat on the troubled seas of newspa-
perdom.
Rossland has formed a military company, with 1". McL. porta   as captain;
Sandon's police ure making it warm
for tho professional ami tin-horn gamblers.
Twenty Americans are said to have
taken out naturalization papers In ono
week recently.
A teacher's institute, to embrace the
whole of Kootenay, is in course of
formation.
Tho government has turned down
both Rossland and Nelson's request for
additional school buildings and facilities, above tho estimates.
Just
Al.   jL_.A_   JL
i
.   ^ .aved
IV A Seasonable Line of
. Fine Groceries��
Including Such Delicacies as
Grocery Line.
Smyrna Dried Figs. Preserved New Orleans Figs.
Ram Lai Tea.   Chase & .Sanborn's Coffees.
And all Noted Brands of Coffee, Meooa, Mocha and Java.
Cross & Blookwell's Pickles.
Patterson's Chutney Pickles.    French mustard.
Sliced Smoked Beef and the Noted lieef Kxtract, llovril.
We can furnish almost any  thing desired in  the
But that is not all.
Our Men's Furnishing Goods.
Continue, to comprise tho Largest and Finest Assortment in tbo city.   Call
and seo them..
GREEN BROS.,
Corner A Avenue and Third Street, Kaslo. B. C
DOGGIE, WHERE ARE YOU ?
Hi*.'.,*, cr.'it Ihe  I.mi,-
Major  John    I.   Barnes,  the  genial
merchant,  and   cx-custoniB   collector,
If You'r l'ct Pup Has Gone, Sec the | ri'om Ookonook, Idaho, was La town
Pound Keeper.
Ml Nl *   AND MINING.
The Porto Rica at Vmir received returns of $.ri"7 i>cr ton' from a sample
shipment to tlio Trail smelter. A
stamp mill will probably be Installed
this summer.
The Chapleau, u high grade gold
property near Slocan City, has boen
worked steadily all winter and is improving with developments
Four concentrators are expootod to
be in course of construction on as many
properties in Vmir camp, in 80 days.
In 181(7 thero were 160 crown grants
lssuod In tho Trail Creek mining division.
TheNlckol Pluto at Rossland will
have a 12-drlll air compressor Installed
nt once.
Tho Argo mino, near Sandon, Is
stopelng, and will probably ship this
weok.
Work began yesterday on tho Improvements on the Trail smelter.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
KASLO.
Kaslo, B. C., April 29, 1898.
Competitive Plana Wanted.
The City of Kaslo, B. C, will erect
Municipal Buildjtig and Court House-
fronting on two streets���two stories
with basement, to cost $",.r>00; $200 will
be paid for accepted plans and specifications.
For further particulars, apply to
E. E. CHIPMAN,
City Clerk,
Kaslo. B C.
yesterday, looking after a large boon
of logs  which  got away in  Kootenay
river.    Witli tho assistance of the tug
Monday   and yesterday  wore   Lrl.,mt | Knslo, howi'ver. they have been largely
days in K.lslo-for dogs.    Big dogs and I *�������#* ,l'"1 '><<>vorcd to  the differ
little dogs, old dogs and young dogs,  ent nii"8 nl,,">r bhe ,ttke'   **��� ����*��
those that  wero   valuable   am!  those   sports everything ,|i,ietdown his way,
that wero  worthless-all   were  legitl- j oxoe*'1 whtin frCMh Wlir "ows 00'm!B'
mate prey for Walker Beatty, the olli- I)Hr(UllelI<JS H,ock ���ir 8_���..
eial  city dog  catcher, if  not  properly      Two   lnln(h.(.(1   ^   ���fty   ^.^   of
licenced  and  tagged.   The   law  went  Dardwielle. stock  will  bo   sold   at   a
into effect Monday, and  a number has-1 snap.   Apply at this office.
tlly enriched  thc city treasury by the ,
amount of tho licenco due, rather than
pay tho pound keeper  his charge of $1
for catching, 25 cents per day for keep-
MINING RECORDS.
MKTAI, Ql'OTATIO.VS.
^^^^^^^^^^^1-----------^^^^^----^^���,     Nisw York, Mnv
ing, and finally tho licence after all.        I;^;1. ���',in" ��� ,'""kcrs' Prtw' *����������� ��<���*""'����-
After his first day's work  was done, ohksiiii'.mknts.
Mr. Beatty had gathered in justthii-    fptmJan.l, tin,to tUtstn�� leading nlaai
ni iin.' Blocan region b��?s lalppsd ovsi tin'
teen animals of both high and low do-   u"IV^,u'K,','s"1lf,.V'?,n;,wM: "'""'' """"��'"rt"
gree.   The second day, of course, business was not so good.   Bone dogs have
been redeemed, and the balance will be
disposed of.
Tho city pound is located on the river
bank, and is a rough board affair about
ItOxlO feet, divldod Into two rooms, in
one of whieh the yelping curs are now
confined.
Mine.
Tou��. Mine.
lulls.
���2h:hi Hiirokii
*2
Rlllli  	
IMOlKldeWv
B
Whitewater
I.WOiSoverelgn
.11
Reoo,
380 Queen Bowi.
...     140
Slni'ini Mtir * ..
ji, JitekKiii
IS'.'
ttamblor-Cetiboo
RM Olb��orj	
HI
I.iii'ky .lim  	
900 MmitMiiiiiH*...
itt
i.nsi Chinos
1091 Charleston	
90
'ii Antolne 	
.     Ufl
linrilii nollos	
il7 Ajax	
��l
��� I'liiiiviitriitov
Tlio following in a jmrtiHi statement et oro
ibipmenu over the C. P, 8. from Blooan ana
Lardeau points since January 1st, not Incladsd
in tlioIori'Koing:
la This What Von Aro Looking For?
Comfortable, clean, well furnished
rooms by tho day, weok or month at
reasonable pricos at tho Victoria, A
avenue, near Atli street. No bar attached. W. .1. Ball, Propr.
The Itlainnn I. Clroup.
Tho Bismarck group on tho South
Fork of Kaslo river, upon whieh Frank
Sherwood made a lucky strike last
year, is to be opened up again as soon
as the snow goes off. Mr. Sherwood
will be in Kaslo within the next %
duys for that purpose, and experts to
push development work by shipping
throughout the summer. Tho Bis-
maok is regardod as a very (ine property. After a few weeks' development
last fall, 00 tons of high grade ore, the
returns on which were sufficient to
meet all expenses and take care of ihe
bond, were produced, and in all probability the property will be a regular
and hoavy shipper after a few months.
���Rossland Minor.
The Morning News gives you all the
news. Subscribe and be convinced of
this fact.
nm.-.
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Mlue. ions. ..iino.
Vancouver     m Silver Cap
tsioean st��r    aoolwevertey.
Payne     *7Q Idaho 	
fConoontrsstes.
WKKKI.Y STOCK QUOTATION*,
Following Is u iiii.lo .if tho loading stocked
mining i'inii|iiiiiii's in ���thi.sliion.il iimi Alnswortli
pilnlng divisions!
Companies.
So. nf       Par    Mnrkot
Shares     Value    Value
1,000,000)
I.dsm.taNk,
1.0,000
1,000,000
Ip'.IM.IMI
Payne.
Bloosn Slur.
Kulh 	
Itoou    	
N.d.le I'lvc ,_^^^_
\Yiisliliiitti.ii            . l.ntm.noo
lliiiiil.ler -t'arllKio.. l,u��i,i����i
BurprlM        . ���- ��� ��� ���-���"
Chark'ston  I 0,000
doodeuough.. 900,000
Oreal Western  soti.ouo
Jlioks.iii(Niirtll'llUell)1 l.OUO.OUO
American Hoy. 1,000,000
Kaslo-Monlt'Ctiiiia.... MtW.uio
l>��nlniieUe��  ! 1,000,000
liihsoil       IWO.IKK.
Wonderful     1,000,000
St  Isovcrne  1,000,00.1;
Idler         ! 1.000,000,
London BUI  fioo,otm|
HIaok Diamond. ! I.ann.noi
Ilolllo  T50.000
Ellen  l.OOsi.tKio
MoU'Od  l.OOO.iiiW,
Twin  1 1,000,000
12 iki
J ��
l,OT
, il
l.oo!    M
l.tm    ��
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JC1
fl.tm
I.tin
l.tm
1,00
.sol
1.00
l.uo
l.uo
1,00
l.tmi
1.00
1.00
1.00!
Mi
,11
1.001
1.08]
1.00 i
1.001 .ts
M
.:o
.25
,n
.28
.11
.01
Mi
.:>'>
.11
UTS
(No stock on the market
Ol the loregolui
.lends as follows
Of the foregoluir, tho following have paid div-
"      ' llo'
Payne    fl ,800,0001 Soble Five.... 40,i)(X)
Blooan 8UI    ..    tiXl.iXX) Uoodenough.. S2.S0H
Ruth        ..Oii.WHl Washington... 80,000
Reco      ���jsT.."��i.Iaoksoii  20,000
Hum tiler-Carl..      'u.tiOO Surprise  20.000
Besides the foregoing, other mines, tmstoek-
ed, have paid dividends as follows:
Idaho..771777.1 9tO,000|LaitChanoe...     njBtia
Whitewater...     194.000 Antolne       35,000
si.ii .111 lloy       25,000!Monitor       15,000
Following Is a comparative statement of ore
ltpped from parts of the Slocnn aud Ainsworth
mining districts, passing through the enstom
house "at Kaslo tb'foreign smelters for the five
recorc"
Year.
recorded months of lS95.aU of lS9San IISHT:
Gross VVeight cross Value 01
of Ore in I.lis. Ore ia Dollars
1895 (5 months)           2,202,890 i   114,541
1898 (12 months)....        23,844,524 1,114,116
1897 (12 mon the)....        78.598,390 8,099,88��
I   Totals.
99,148,804
���4,828,493 RAILROADS AND STEAMBOATS.
0.R.&N
Shortest and quickest route to tho
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 lino eaat via Salt Lake, Denver.
Steamer tickets to Europe and other
foreign countries.
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
four days for San Francisco.
Leave
KISS
ii.m.
dally
SToo
ii.m.
daily
Bpokane time Schedule _   I Arrive
; FAST HXTC - WnllaWalfa, Port* I    7.4,',
I land, San Francisco, liaker City    a. in.
! and the East.  I daily.
I.iii' \l. MAIIs-���Coeur d'Alenes, | 0.40
I Fartnington, Garfield, t'oliax, p.m.
I Pullman nud Moscow.    1 dally.
For through tickets nud further Information,
apply to JAMES WAI till,
'' Agt I. N. AT. Co., Kaslo, H. 0.
Or at D. It sV N. Oil's office, 80 Riverside ave..
Spokane, Wash.   H. M, ADAMS, General Agt, ,
Or    W   ll.lll'I.IH'KT, G. P. A., I'orllniiil.Ore.
KASIA) & SLOCAN R-
Trains Hun on Pacific Standard Time.
ilniii
8.00
g.ss
B.61
lo.nn
10.18
lo.:W
in 60
g West.
a. in. I.v
a. m. I.v
a. m. I.v
a. in
a. in. I.v
a. in, l.v
I.v
.v..
TIME CARD.
Dally
 Kaslo..  .
. .SouthFork,
sproule'a.
.Whitewater.
.. ..Hear Lake,
...McGulgan .
Cody Jiiuetloti.
8.1o
2.15
2.00
\M
! ,38
1.12
.'ioii'iii. Ar .    .     Sandon Lv 1.00
Go
..Ar
..Ar
..Ar
..Ar
.Ar
..Ar
Ar
East,
p. m,
b, tu.
p. in
p. m
P. in
p. m
p. tn
p. in
INTERNATIONAL
Navigation $ Trading Co., '������<���
Steamers International and Alberta on Kootonay Lake and River���Summer Time Card in effect 15lli March, 1898���Subject to change.
STEAMER INTERNATIONAL-Leaves Knslo
for Nelson nnd wav points.daily except Sunday,
8.48 a. in. Arrive Northport 12.A8 p, m.; Koss-
Innd, 2.AA p. in. nnd Bpokane, 0.40 p. m.
Leave Nelson for Knsln and way points, daily
except Sunday ,4.4* p.tu Leave Bpokane8a.m.i
Rossland, 11.46 a, m.j Northport, i p. m.
Five Mile Point connection with nil passenger
trains "f N. iv. F, S. Hy. to and from Northport,
Rossland and Spokune. Tickets sold nnd baggage checked to all UnitedSlntes points.
STEAMER ALBERTA- Leaves Kaslo for Kuskonook aud wnv points uml Bonner's Ferry,bin.
Tuesdays snd Saturdays ui 5 p, m., arriving at
Kuskonook at Hi p.m. nnd llonner's Ferry ut Ha.
in. following day. Returning loaves Bonner's
Ferry Wednesday'! and Sundays al 9 p, m., arv.
Kuskonook 8 p. in., Kaslu 1 a. m. following day.
Honner's Ferry connection with all passenger
trains of Q.N, Rv., arv. westward nt Spokane
2 IA p, m., or lv. llonner's Ferry rat Hi" oast at
1.18 p, m.   Menls anil berths not Inoluded.
Passengers on 88, International fi i Nelson,
etc., fur points on lake south of Pilot Hay, will
connect al Hint point with the SS. Alberta.
Passengers for1 Nelson via B8, Alberts, Irom
points south of Pilot liny, can by arrangement
with purier,hsvs stop-over at Pilot buy or Alns*
worth,or connect with Intel -national at Knslo.
Company's steamers oonasot Kootensy Lake
and sliioaii pnlnls with nil  points In 1.'. H. und
Canada by way ol spokano and Kootensy river.
0, ALEXANDER, General Manager.
P.O. 1)0X122, Kaslo, 11. O.
GEO. F. COl'ELAND, Supt.
ROBT. IRVING, O. F. & P. A.
Spokane Falls <f Korthern
Nelson tf Fort Sheppard,
Red Mountain Railways.
The only all rail route without
Ohange of cars botween Nelson and
Rossland H,I(J Spokane end Rossland.
TIME CARD.
Leave 9.90 a. m Nelson       Arrive 5 3.1 p.m.
Leave II. 4'i n. in . .Kossland.  . Arrive 8.65 p. tu
Leave 8.00 a. in Spokane.  . Arrive 0.40 p. in
Passengers for Kettlo river & Boundary
ck. connect at Marcus with stage daily.
EM-
(IRKAT
N ��) it i lt i: it N
KAILW.%V
���WEST
The surveyor's chain mado it tho
.Shortest Transcontinental Route.
it is the most modern in equipment.
II is the hearten rail.-,i line.
I has a riick-baliu*t roadbed.
It i nissos nn sand deaorU.
II was Iniilt wltbont land grant or govt. aid.
ll is noted for the courtesy ol ils employes.
II Is only lino serving uioal- on la parte plan.
Kootonay connection si Bonner's Ferry ,Tue>.
day.Woiliis-silny,Thursday.Saturday andsuniliiy
TRAINS LEAVE SPOKANE.
Eastward 7 a. iu | Westward 2.4H p.in
For maps, ticket- and complete inforuiatiiui,
cull mi oraddresi l.K.4 T.Co.'s agi*, k. ,t s. in-.
agts. or C. Q. DIXON,Gen. Agt., Spokans,tVn.
F. I.WIUTNEV.I,  P.AT. A..SI. I*iii>l. Mum
The Canadian Pacific Ry.
AND
Soo Pacific Line.
The cheapest, most comfortable and
direct route from Kaslo to all poinlH in
Canada and the United States. The
only Hue running; through worst cars
to Toronto, Montreal and Boston, and
through tourist cars to St. Paul daily.
Magnificent sleepers and dining cars
on all trains. Travel by this line and
have baggage checked to destination.
Daily connection from Kaslo every
day, excepting Sunday, at l.'V) a. m.
For Kuskonook and lake points, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
For fall Information, call on or address
ALDER BISHOP,
Freight and Passenger Agent, Kaslo, H. <'.
Or to W. F. ANDERSON,
Traveling Pass. Agt., Nelson, B. C.
E. J. COYLE,
District Passenger Agent. Vftueouv.'r.
'������fii.. f-���- Klondike Fishier nnd Map.
Kuskonook and Bonner's Ferry.
Str. Ainsworth.
Loaves Kuskonook tit 12 o'clock noon,Monday
Wednesday and Friday, upon arrival ot Steam
er Ni lson witli passengers from Kaslo, Alns
worth, Pilot llav nnd Nelson. Arrives Donnor'l
Ferry ll p. m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Leaves Bonner's Ferry 2 |i.in..Tiiosilay,Thnrs
ilns- and Salurday, upon arrival ni O. N. t nil Ol
Iro'm east and wesl. Arrives Kuikonook 11 p
in., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
E, .J. MATHEWS, Manager.
TRAVKLBR-S ui'll'K.
Suiiiiiiiii'.v of Itullivuy innl Slcniiier Tlnis
Curds I nn,. Kuslo.
For Whitewater, Bandon, Cody, eio., K. si.fi.
Railway trains leave Kaslu daily at H a. tn.; returning, arrive at Kaslo at 8.80 p. in.
Fur Tares Forks, New Denver, liosobery and
Nakusp, take K..kS. Hy. trom Kaslo tu Sandon,
and thence Nnkusji A Slocan Halliviiy, leaving
saiiilon dailv at 7.4A a. in.; lctiirnlug, nrrivc
dally ut sandon nt 4.55 p, m.
For Itevolsioke, Vancouver, Victoria and oth
or niuin line points on C 1'. it., boat Irom Nu-
kusp io Arrowhead, ears to Rsvelstoke, thence
oonneel with oast and west bound trains.
For Silverton, 81 in City, take Str. Slocan on
Slocnn lake,connecting with N'.sV s ut K bery.
For Northport, Bpokane, Rossland and Grand
Forks, take the sir. International from Kaslu
dailv al 6,40 a. in., except Sun,lav, milking eoli-
neetlonisl Five Milo Point with the tt.S.V.t.
Ry., thence to Northport,   From Northport to
Spokune continue the railway, known south ol
Northport as the Bpokane Falls a- Northern, arriving ui Spokane, Wash., , 6.40 p, m.
Or for Spokane, take I, s. .v T. Co.'i str. Al-
i.erin ii'um Knslu to lli'iiner's Ferry, Tuesdays
and Saturdays at 5 p. in. uud oonnoet al Bon
net's Ferry wlili Ureal Northern trains in Bpc-
isiino. arriving at 2.11 the tullowlug day.
For itii-siniul ohange at Northport to the Rod
Mi n ie 1 n in Ky., an I linn a I Rossland ai 8.40 p, m
Or, Koaaland may be reached from Nelson via
1 . a K. Hv. tn Robson, thenco i.v river ���learner
In Trail, llionoe by C, A. V . Ity. to II Ulland. nr.
Rossland way be resehed via Nakusp mid Trail
Hy str ins.(low n Arrow takes and Colorable river.
Furiirand Forks and Boundary Creak points,
tnkftS, I. a N. Ily. iriiin Northporl m Bossburg
nr Marcus, thence by stage across reservation,
l-i.r Ainsworth, I'llm ii,.>, Nolson, ete., 1. N.A
T.Co.'i su International loaves Kaslo dally,ex-
, epi sii in lay, ut .1.1111.111.. returning, leaves Nob
son ni .'1 p. iu., arriving nt Kuslo about s.:in p. in.
('. I'. It. in 's str. Kiikiinoc leaves Kaaio dally.
exeopl Sunday, at 7 :lo n. in, arriving ul Nol-
sun ni 11 a. in.: returning, leave* Nelson ni 4 p.
111. anil ing at Kaslo al 7.80 p. III.
ForKuskoi k. Ft. snole. etc . lake Str. Ku-
kaneo Hondas .Wednesday and Friday ni 7.:m a
m.. or I. N. Si T. Co.'s Str. Alborta Tuesdaj and
Saturday at ft p, in.; thenco hy stage to Fori
:-t,ele VVtdnesday and .-aturdiiy.
The iiilluMlng is a table ol distances Irom
Kaslu to surrounding business points;
Mile-
wesl or North
Whitewater  17
Hear l.ake  20
MoOulgan at
Sandon, 3 hours 20
Cody  81
Three Forks  88
New Denver  118
Ilosebory. 41
Silverton  4H
Blooan <ity  wi
Nakusp 70
Burton city  05
Lardo  18
Argenta 20
Duncan City 84
HaicyonHotSprings No
Arrowhead 105
Laurie
Thompson's Land'g.IJ'i
Trutii Lake City..   126
Ferguson 180
Revelstoke, 31 hrs .1:0
Vernon 228
Penticton 298
Knmloops 2111
As! nroH 308
Luton X*
Vale    409
New Westminster. .508
Vancouver. ,">1 hrs. .512
Victoria, 59 hours. ..WO
Heattie, 28 hours .. .6,80
Tacoma, 80 hours. C-O
l'orllsnd,48boiii'S. ,6tS
Kast or S.'iith.     Miles.
Ainsworth  12
Pilot Bay 20
Balfour  28
Sum a   8S
Nelson, 4 hours  42
Ymir GO
Hobson 70
Trail M
Northport, 7 hours.1118
Kossland, 10 hours. .120
Bossburg 122
Marcus l.lll
(irand Forks 180
Mreenwood 192
Anaconna 196
boundary    200
Midway 201
.. .100 > Spokane, 13 bourn . .23*2
'..in     V 1,.:.-... 1- Ar,
Kuskonook
Goat River 65
Bcdlitigton(Ityltcrts)77
Port H?ll....    78
Lucas 108
Bonner's Ferry, 18 bl40
Moyle City 138
Swansea Wi
Wardner. B.C 140
Cranbrook IV)
Fort Steele 160'
Canal Flats 190
Windermere 210
Donald 212
ilolden  .280
Banff 311
THE BUSINESS CENTER
���' OF THE
AINSWORTH
MINING
DIVISION !
And the  gateway to the Great Slocan With Its Score or More of
Dividend
Paying
Properties
f
1
Kasfo, the city ��f Energy!
Is Also A City of Homes.
Beautifully Situated ou 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 p
the Outer World through two Great Railway and Steamboat Companies. f$,
Large Pay Rolls from local Lumbering, Ore Sampling and Other Industries.   $*!
I
���f OVER $20,000 ft
Is being expended in Public
Improvements This Year !
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Caldwell & Evans,
ig Properties, Stocks _ and Real Mate for Sale,
INSURANCE AND LOANS.
Correspondence Invited.
iff*54
KASLO, B. C.

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