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 THE KASLO MORNING NEWS.
ADS ?AY
EVERY DAY
IN THE DAI1.V NEWS.        )
VOL. III.
KASLO, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING.MAY 27,1898.
NO. 20.
A
A
Brave aid Desperate Struggle of Im.
Moir With a Grizzly.
Attacked Nw Sproules, He
Dist Witt an Axe.
His Antago
K. P. GREEN AS A CANDIDATE.
May Run Por the Legislature as an
Independent.
Story of One of tiie Most
lory of
S
in tlie His-
William Moir, a tall, athletic man,
27 yoars old, is ut the Pacific hotol under tho doctor's care. Ho was brought
in on the K. & S. train yestorday afternoon from Sproufes, a station about 14
miles up the road. He tells a story of
what ie probably the most thrilling
hand-to-baud encounter with a wild
animal evor experienced by any man
in British Columbia. And his appearance fully bears out the truth of the
tale.
Moir is a prospector and minor, who
has spent about two years in the Kootenay. He is from Wellington, Ontario.
Wednesday morning, about 11 o'clock
he was toiling up the mountain about
two miles above Sproules and ono milo
oast, with a pack on his back and an
axe in his hand ou the way to do assessment work on ono of hie claims���
the Jarvis. Suddenly and without
warning he was confronted by two
largo grizzly bears, weighing about
750 and 500 Ibe. respectively.
Contrary to the commonly accepted
theory that boars will not attack a
man unless themselves attacked, thc
largor one rushed upon hiin. Hamp-
ored though he was with his paok Moii
dealt the boar a blow with bis axo that
sunk its blade deep in tbe animal'*
neck.
The rush of the attack sent both
mad and boar rolling down tho hill together in tho snow. Moir hold on to
his axo and kept trying to work clear
of his pack, The bear first bit Moir
on top of the head making several bad
4
scalp wounds. He then crunched his
loft arm at the elbow, and finally bit
his loft leg badly from thigh to
ankle.
Moir all this time kept fighting and
once choked thp bear off by a grip on
i his throat. Ho noticed at that time
I that bruin seemed to be weakening,
l probablyifrom loss of blood due to the
Laxe wound in his neck. Moir finally
[got free of his pack and with a few
Lwell directed blows of his axe seoceed-
led in dispatching tho bear. Turning
to look for tho other bear, who had
���atoned the struggle with apparent
Enconccrn, Moir found that ho had
|\ooe. He estimates that the entire
truggle did not last over ten iniu-
litei.
Worn with the conflict and blinded
by the blood streaming down his face,
Moir started back for Sproules, binding his bleeding arm with one of his
suspenders that the boar had bitten in
two. It took him over six hours to
cover the three miles, and when about
6 p. m. he staggered into the hotol at
Sproules nearly fainting from fatigue
and loss of blood, it was tho first intimation that any oue but himself had of
Mb thrilling experience.
Wm. Hurd and L. It. Lindsay who
happened to be thoro took charge of
Moir, dressed his wounds and sat up
all night ministering to his wants. Mr.
Hurd accompanied him to Kaslo yesterday.
Moir bears his rough usage well. No
bones were broken. Dr. Hartin was
called in and dressed his wounds. Ho
thinks Moir will not bo long confined
by his injuries.
The last issue of the Nelson Tribute.
has the following:
"It is more than likely that the electors of Slocan riding who are opposed
to the policy of the Turner.government
will tender a nomination to Robert
F. Green of Kaslo. The nomination,of
the Opposition party in the Slocan is
worth having to the man who IB desirous of ontering politics, as it moans
nothing short of election. In Robert
17 Green the Oppositionists would have
a very strong candidate. He is known
from one end of the riding to the other, and what is more to the point in an
election, he is generally liked."
Mr. Green, upon being showed tho
foregoing, said that he had not yet decided whether to enter the contest for
the legislature, but that if he should,
he would bo apt to run as an Independent.
u
Is Said to Be Off
iaio
RIGHTS DOMINION - PROVINCE,
Important Decision by Imperial Privy
Council on Streams, Etc.
To Impress Spanish Steamers���German Guns for Spain
-To Cut American Cables.
Propellers on Careless Vessels in Mined Harbors in Danger of
Exploding Submarine Mines.
HELPS SPECUUTORvS ONLY.
H. Gleflerlch Tells of War Conditions
in the East.
H. Giegerich, tho general merchant,
who, as previously noted by the Nows,
has recently returned from the east,
says that tha sharp advance in prices
is cutting severely upon tho3e in tho
labor market, as it is not accompanied
by any extra demand for labor in departments where it would naturally be
expected, nor by any advance in wages
among those employed.
Mr. Giegerich say3 that at his old
home in Warren, Penn., while he was
thore, a local iron works concern dropped 50 men per day from its rolls for
threo days in_ succession; also that
another factory has been running on
only half time for months past.
Outside of the keen demand for war
news, and the excitement caused by
hourly editions of newspapers, be found
business dull in Now York, with no
prospect for improvement until after
the war. In fact, apart from the speculators in- food, products, liko Loiter,
the wheat king of Chicago, no one appears to be makhi^-any money out of
war oonditions.
Toronto, May 20.���A special cable to
the Evening Telegram from London,
May 2(!, says:
Judgement was given by the Imperial Privy Council today on the question
submitted by the Dominion and Provincial governments of Canada. The
judgement is considered here as being
in favor of the Province.
The case was argued July 28th, 1897,
Mr. Edward Blake, Q. C; Mr. A. Irving, Q. C.j aud Mr. J. M. Clarke, Q. C,
appearing for the Province of Ontario.
Following is a summary of the decision on the points submitted:
1. That the bods of the rivers and
lakes are the property of the Provinces.
2. That the public harbors are vested in the Dominion, but in respect of
harbors generally it is dependent on
facts whether or not the harbors bo-
come Dominion property.
3. Fishing regulations seem to bo
divided between the Provinces,and the
Dominion has power to make regulations regarding open and closed seasons, the size of meshes in nets, etc,
but tbe ownership of tho fishing privileges rests ln the Provinces. Tho Dominion has the power to issue licenses
to parties acquiring fishing rights
from the Provinces, but cannot grant
monopolies.
5. The right of tho Dominion to pre-
vtnt or permit the erection of works in
navigable waters is confirmed.
The Privy Council has reversed the
decision of tho supreme court of Newfoundland in the case of Fox et al. vs.
the government of Newfoundland.
Key West; May 26,���Defjoite news
from the Amerioan 'squadrons operating in Cuban waters were received
hero this afternoon fully confirming
the general situation outliiied in these
dispatches last night aid this morning. Commodore Schley is believed
to bo off Santiago de Cuba today and
definite information as to the exact situation in so far as it affects Admiral
C'ervera's squadron may be expected
tonight or tomorrow. Rear Admiral
Sampson is in a position to proceed
quickly to the assistance of Commodore Schloy's ships upon word from
Commodore Schley, and at the same
time he remains within striking distance of Havana.
To Impress Spanish Steamers.
Madrid, May 2��.���It. is said that all
Spanisn steamers from 1,000  tons up
are to be impressed for use  as  auxll
liary cruiser's.
in three or four instances the vessels
have dragged the cables which connected the submarine mines and torpedoes with the shore batteries, resulting in a disarrangement for the
time being. Repairs are made promptly, however, though at great inconvenience to the enginoor officers.
The result of one vessel's incursion
recently was to set adrift along the Atlantic coast south of New York a number of torpodoes, each of which contain probably 100 pounds of dynamite.
Vessels were sent out to look for thorn
but thus far only one has been picked
up.
The main danger to be apprehended
from them is in their coining into contact with the propeller of a vessel,
which might explode the dynamite
within.
Complaints havo been made to the
officials here regarding the mines along
the various ports of the coast because
they int^'fere with com merce.
Is Tilts What You Are Looking For?.
Comfortable, clean, well furnished
rooms by the day, week or month at
reasonable prices at the Victoria, A
avenue, near 5th street. No bar attached. Hatha free to guests. A specially low rate of from $6 ap per month
to permanent roomers.
W. J. Hall, Propr.
German Onus for Spain.
Gibraltar, May 2(1. ���- Information
from a trustworthy source says that a
onslgnment of forty Krupp gunB suitable for forts or buttloships, has boon
seut from Essen, Germany, to Ciull/.
and ls now on its way through Spain.
To Cut American Cabli's.
Madrid, May  2U.���Newspapers hero
continue to urgo tho cutting of Amorl
oan cable connection across the Atliin-
tio if Cuban oablos are soverod.
AU Oul.sl Along tlie Itloekail*.
Key West, May 2(1.���A Unluvl States
gun lioat from the blockade arrived
this morning with reports that all Is
quiet along tbe blockade line.
Careless Vessels In Mined Harbors.
Washington, May 26.���Reports continue to bo received it tho war depart -
raent showing an utter disregard In
vessel owners and masters, of the regulations which govern the arrival and
departure of crafts to and from mined
harbors between tbo hours when this
ii forbidden.
HITS HI.M AGAIN.
Editor News���I sincerely regret thut
tho necossity has arisen for feeling it a
duty to supplement your paper in calling attention to the mean, low and
contemptible remark of your contemporary regarding our respected and
esteemod governor-general, tho man
whom tho Queen (God bloss Inr) delights to honor.
Would it not be better to lot the matter lost DOW? Ho will neither apologize, explain nor excuse himself. Further talk is only giving him a little
cheap notoriety: and he only represents himself'
I foci so ashamed that one of our
community calling himself a gentleman, would say the likn that for thc
fair name of mn ejiy I wish that tho
remark and nil refgrouco to it could lie
blotted out.   Yooxl Sincerely,
Canadian.
Attention. Forresters.
Tho local court of Forresters will
hold their regular monthly meeting tonight at 8.30 at the Victoria. All broth-
���ri are requoetod to be prosont. TIIE OSLO MORNING NEWS.
PnBUSHED Every Morninu Except
Monday at Kaslo, B. C.
By The Newsl>ub. Co.
Subscription. $1 per month���Advertis-
ing rates inado known on application.
MAY. 1898.
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gomory, 0-16 int. iu MayIlower,on 16
Mile creek,
locations.
May 25���Monte Cristo, Midge creek,
by G. Meeker, Snow Bird, on Midge
creek, by John Stimsou; Homestead and Omir, 16 Mile creek, by Manuel Markle; St. Thomas, same, by
Joseph McNeil; Emmo Billion, Hamill
creek, by W. Y. Williams.
certificates.
May   25 ��� Cumberland,    by   Frank
Hanna;   Lubeck,  by A.  W. Laberee;
Little Bell Fraction, Silver Bell. Hub,
by Louis Martin.
���     METAI QUOTATIONS.
New York, May 28.���Silver, bT/,i
Lead���Quiet; brokers'price, (8.50; exchange
.(8.62;_@8.7_!_.
��� HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Central Hotel.
FRONT ST., KASLO, B. Ci
New Building.���Newly Furnished Throughout.
Best Rooms in the City.
A FIRST CLASS BAR IN CONNECTION.
REl'TER & CO.
Adams House,
KASl.O, 11. Os
RATES, (1 PER HAY AND UPWARDS.
Adams Bros., Props.
Sole ngents lor PAUST BEER, Milwaukee, Wis.
Ho, Fishermen.
Will supply you
with Everthing
Needful at Low
t
EDITOBlAL QUTCROPPINGS.
Wonder how the Kootenaian likes Issuing a trl-weekly. Or, is the report
i rue that it has quit trying to do even
that much?
We congratulate our local contemporary on responding sufficiently to a
good strong hint, to clamber back upon
the right Bide of the dividing lino of
i'.i coney. To bo sure it is not being
done with any undignified haste, but
the admission to its columns of an Ottawa letter tbat says some very-.nice
ihiiiga about His Excolloncy, Lord Ab-
erdeed, shows that the Kcotenainn is
responding to the pressure.
11 might not be out of place   to  ask
��� thut the proceeds of a base ball paint
I bo given for the purchase of a wirenet-
. ting for the grand  stand  on tho ball
l ground.   Tuesday there wero four narrow escapes from serious injury.   It is
' not a pleasure to ba bombarded by foul
I tips while ono is trying to watch a nv.n
steal sooond.   People have been killed
by base balls, and wc hope to  see this
matter rer efvo somo attention before a
like accident happens in Kaslo.
ORE SHIPMENTS.
From Jan. 1,1858, to date tne  leading mines
ol the Sloean region  havo  snipped over  Iho
Kaslo it Slocan Railway lor water  transportation irom Kaslo. as follows:
Mine.                     Tons. Mine.- Tons.
Pavne    2liol) Eureka  42
Ruth      1II25 'Fidelity  15
Whitewater    1680 Sovereign  '20
Reco     860 Queen Hess  170
SlocanStar*     868Jac__on  48
Rambler-Cariboo      HSiHiibson  lfi
Lucky Jim     900|Montezuma"  .V7K
Last dinner     880 Charleston   B0
Qoodenough... ...     '20 Antuine ���  185
Dardanelles       07 Ajax  49
Silver Bell      02 Bismarck  63
* Concentiates.
The following is a partial statement ol ore
shipments over the C. P. tt. from Slocan and
Lariieini points since January 1st, not Included
in the foregoing:
Mine.
Vancouver ,,
ISlocan Star	
Payne	
Enterprise	
Tons. Mine.
4(ijSllverCnp....
. -fiO'Wavorloy....
.   1980 Idaho	
40" Queen Hess ..
Tons.
...    440
BO
...   1009
...    010
(Concentrates.
Of the foregoing, tlie following havo paid div-
lends as follows:
iilends
Payne" 7."... 77?usc)o7ooo
SlocanStar.... 400,000
Ruth  800,000
Reco  287,600
Rambler-Curl., 40,000 Surprise
Noble Five...
Qoodenough...
Washington...
Jackson	
40,000
82,600
20,00(1
30,000
20,000
Besides tlie foregoing, other mines, unstoek-
ed, have paid dividends as follows:
Idaho f 240,000 Lust chance...      37,000
Whitewater...     194,000|Antoine       35,000
Slocan Boy....      25,000|Monitor       15,000
Following ls a comparative statement of ore
Bhipped from parts of tho Slocan and Ainsworth
mining distri-'ts, passing through the custom
house ut Kaslo io foreign smelters for the live
recorded months of 1891, allofl806andl897:
Y,s���,. Gross Weight   Cross Value oi
1CM" of Ore In Lbs.   Ore in Dollars
1895 (5months)  2,202,890 i   114,541
1896 ;12 months)....        23,844,524 1,114,110
1897 (12 months)....        73,590,390 8,099,836
Totals	
99.143,804
14,828,49
STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Following is a table ot the leading slocked
mining companies of the Sloean and Ainsworth
mining divisions:
Companies.
No. of
Shares
Par   [Market
Value | Value
A reading of the two Kaslo papers
give* ono tho impression that both were
ohange. from weeklies to dailies for
the special purpose of giving tho respective editors live more chances a
weok to call each other "liars, chumps,
beggars, leeches." and Other such
friendly names. ��� Wardner Interna**
Uonnl.
Oh, come  now, Bre'r���Slinmouii,  is
it?-��� ,Vo'i*b not hul! so bud a3 that.  You
i. -i-i  havo   gotten  hold  of  some old
DOplel of Bfcer Smith1!  Rossland Rec-
ird  by mistake.   Such  terms  us the
��� ���i.i. iare not In  Kaslo's  vocabulary.
\v i mi n; under the   Impression  (but
Ihls groat Journalistic  discussion waa
being conducted on quite   a   dipuillcd
plan?,   The Kaslo  oditors  may uivo
each Other hard rubs occasionally, but
they ulso try to  romembor  that they
have a rupututlon to sustain as  gciillc-
iiiiii.   About the most  cutting thing
wo baftprinted  on   the Kootenuiiin's
editor was token from the WardniT In-
ii'inutlotml.
Payne  1,000,000
SlocanStar  1,000,000
Ruth  120,000
Reco ! 1,000.000
Noble Five | 1,200,000
Washington | 1,000,000,
Rambler-Carl boo : 1,000,000
surprise ��� 226,000
Charleston  150,000
Goodenough  800.000
Great Western  800,000
Jaekson(North'nBctl)i 1,000,000
American Bov ! 1,000,000'
Kaslo-iMontezuma.... 1,860,000
Dardanelles  l.OOO.OOOi
Gibson  660,000
Wonderful  1,000,000
St. Keverne  1,000,000>
Idler  1.000,000
London Hill i 600,0001
Blnck Diamond j 1,200,000
Hcllie  750,000;
Ellen I 1,000,000
MoLeod i 1,000,000,
'fivln I 1,000,1100,
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�����lri
Nelson House,
KASLO, B.C.
NELSON st BOBTAOM, PROPRIETORS.
Nicely furnished rooms, llur well stocked. Sjio-
kancUeer on Draught by Schooner or quart
Best free lunch in Uie city.
prices,Steel rods,
Jointed or Telescoped;   Hooks,
Bails and Flics; Silk lines, enamelled and waterproof;
Landing Nets, Reels and alt Kinds of Repairs. A full
line of Hammocks and all kinds of Sporting Goods.
Silver King Hotel
AUGUSTINE* WELIN, PROPRIETORS.
Bar and Billiard Room.
IN CONNEI TION.
Tn tho Grooery Department, a One liuoof Fancy Groceries will soon
arrive.   Try our Klondike Deviled Crabs, now hurc.
In the Clothing Department, try our celebrated lighter weights  of
Health Underwear for warmer weather.
Rooms from S2 per Meek no.
throughout.   Electric Lights,
door to Post Olllce, Knslo, 11. I
,'ewly furnished
Front St., next
Lake View
Restaurant
by r
FOSSOM.
Reasonable Prices nnd Good Living
FRONT STREET,
KASl.O, B.C
McLeod Hotel,
ARGENTA, BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Ne��v House.   Newlv Furnished.   Good Accommodations. Vi. II. BELL, Propr,
Kalama Hotel,
KUSKONOOK. BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Otherwise Armstrong's Landing
and Goat River Landing.
Mrs. Wm. Middleton. Propr.
We cater especially to the traveling public.
Butte Hotel,
BY D. A. CAP.R, NELSON, B. C.
Formerly ol the Butte Hotel, Kaslo, R. C.
IT WILL PAY MY KASM) FRIENDS TO CALL.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
DR. J. F. B. ROGERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate Trinity University, Toronto, Out
Member of College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Licentiate of the B. C. Council. Late of New
York Hospitals and Polyclinic. Office on 4th
st.   Hospital, cor,6th st. and B ave, Kaslo.B.C.
T )R. A. S. MARSHALL,
DENTIST.
Graduate of American College,Chicago
KASLO, ii. c.
sJNo stock on the market
EDUCATION.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN  THAT THE
annual examination of candidates for
certificates of i|iiali(lcatlon tu tench ill
the public Schools of the Province will bo held
as follows, commencing on .Monday, Julv 4th,
1898, at 8:45 a. m:���
,     VICTORIA-
In South Park School Building.
.VANCOUVER���
In High School Bulldlug.
KAMLOOPS,-
In Public School Building.
Each applicant mum forward anotice, thirty
iIiivk before the examination, stating the class
andgradoof certificate for wbirh he will be a
etniilblate, the optional subjects selected, and
at wlilch of the above iimon'l places he will
attend.
Kvcrynotloenfliitouiloiilo.be an applicant
must be nccompauled Willi natlsfacton- testimonial of moral cnaracter,
Candidates are notified that all of tho above
requirements must be fulfilled before their applications enh bo filed.
All candidates for First Class. Grade A, Cer-
.    ,..,, .lili'Htus, including Graduates, must attend in
j Ihl, in [.('., noor Ainswortn; William  victoria to take ihe mbjoots proscribed tor
July 18th and uth instants, uud to undergo acquired oral examination. &;.v!
8? I). POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
MINING RECORDS.
TItA"NSI-"hl">.".
I When no,consideration is mentioned
in..�� nominal sum of $1 is understood.]
Muy ��"'-Ed Heck  to John Munro,
W. J. TWISS,
Real Estate and Mining Broker!
INSURANCE
Fire. Life, Accident and Guarantee.   Front St.
KASl.O, B. 0.
H.Gieererich
Kaslo,    Sandon,    Ainsworth
      ���      IT P*% %mmkmmmmmm
or the Jobbing   | ��ade^I
.lust Received, a'Large Invoice of Cigars, Including KEV
WEST, SYLVIA, OLYMPIA, COEONA, DEL KEY, ES-
PANOLA, TRIUMPO, MONOFOLE AND SWELL!
This is in addition to my already well established GROCERY
TOAI)E- I, A. RICK KUS.
THE KASLO GROCERY, ^^1*^mj!M3^^
iluiidii
Paper.
General Hardware !
Points, Oils, Garden Tools.
Hamilton Byers,   Kas,<>
AQENT TRUAX AUTOMATIC ORE CARS.
Sandoi
MlRCELI.ANl.OUfi ADVBRTI8BMBRT8.
"FRXJITS'!
Confectionery,
Tobacco, Cigars /
Best in every line. A stock of fancy groceries is soon to be added to our Btock.
Carney Bros., 'f
Front St., opposite Kaslo Hotel, Kaslo, B. C.
J. Turner & Co.,
Wo arc Helling Marshall <& Co.
Fine Teas, Coffees, Baking
Powder, etc., at London prices:
TeaB 30c lb. up to fiOc.
Coffees .. .22c lb. v,p to 50c.
Cocoa, por lb 40c.
Baking Powder, per lb 2ois.
COME  IN   AND  015*1-''   SAMPLES.
Front st., near News Office, Kaslo, B.C
K
OOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
THE
LEVIATHAN
Gold Mining and Milling Co., Ltd.
Offices at Kaslo, B. C.
Capital, $2,000,000.
NOW IN OPERATION ON KASLO ���
This property comprises 10 claims on an iron capped ledgo
over three miles long and over 50 feot wide.
Tlfo tunnel is in  over  1C0 feet 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 be Kaslo's Lo Roi.
C. H. EVANS,
President.
.IAS. SPEIRS,
Vice-Pres.
BAM'L FAWCETT,
Secretary.
P. BURNS & CO.,
KASLO   MARKET
All Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meals. i
FISH m POULTRY IN S.tiASOIj
(JET YOIIH
BY8TE M    .
RENOVATED!
Spring Is Almost Here.
Ask STEPHENSON for a bottle of Compound Sarsaparilla.   Thoro is nothj
bettor for a Spring Medicine or Blood Pari Her.
E. F, STEPHENSON  The Kaslo Druggist,
Front Street, Kuslo, British Columbia.
THE COMING LIGHT.
The Best Artificial Illuminant.   Absolutely
safe.   Approved by Canadian Underwriters.
Niagara Falls Acetylene Gas Machine Company, Limited.
S. C. WING, Local Agent,
Front street, above News Office, Kaslo, Bi-itish Columbia.
Qlfeel I i I >om. M. Dov.  & Agency Co.,
* Ltd.. of London, ���} int. lh BeeonOrau*
He croek; John A. Finch to J. L.Mout-
Kducaliou Office,
Victoria, Mi/ -Ith, 189*1.
Whito Labor.
��� Improved Machinery.
Tho Best Work at
Reasonable Prices.
Kaslo, B. C.
FOB THE BEST
BATHS!
GO TO THE
Grand Barber Shop.
HALL UK08., KaBlo, B. C.
New NlcksHhibii.  Tickets good for throe
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CAPTAIN W. VI. \VE8T.
Docs Jobbing Tr,^dc on Kootenaji
Leave oidom with Ueorge Iluber,
llonsl Whtttl, Kanlo. ���^��*v...-,S..
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This line Sporting Goods cannot
bo excelled in Kootenay.  Ten-
..    nis   Goods,    LaCrosse  Goods,
j   Baseball Bats, Catchers' Mits,
Masks, Foot Balls, and all kinds
of Fishing Tackle.
We Havf Them All in Stock.
v 	
*1 Fine Watch Repairing..
LAMONT & YOUNG,
FRONT ST.
KASl.O, 11. C.
"SNOW-SLIDE"  HUGHES.
The   Kedoul)t.i.ile   Harry  Was Also
Mixed Up in the Chilkoot Slide.
Official Directory.
DOMINION DIRECTORY,
ijn"ernor-Geticral     .     ,     Karl of Aberdeen
I'l'iiuier    ....     Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Member llou^eof ('ominous,Dominion Parliament, lor W cm Kootenay    .   Hewitt linstock
PROVINCIAL DIRECTORY.
Lieut.-Governor . . Hon. T. It. Mclnnes
Premier .... lion. J, II. Turner
Attorney-General . Hon. D. M. Eberts
Com. of Lands and Works Hon. il. H. Martin
Minister Mines mui Kiiticution . Hon..las.linker
President Ktceutive Council ��� Hon.O.K. Pooley
Provincial Mineralogist
Members Legislative Assembly for West Kootenay��� North Riding . . '. . .1. M. Kellle
South Riding J.F. lliiinc
KASLO OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Mayor Chat.W. McAnn
Aldermen���A.W. Uooilenough, F.E. Archer,J. D,
Moore, O. Hartin, D. W. Moore, Ceo. Whiteside.
City Clerk . . . . E. E. Chipman
Police Magistrate      .      .      .        Alex Lucas
Cltv Marshal M. V. Adams
Assistant \V. A. Milne
Auditor C. D. McKeuzie
Treasurer S. II. Green
Assessor      .      .      .      .      .      .      S. P. Tuck
Water Commissioner  .     .     .     R. A. Cookie
Health Officer   ...       Dr. .1. F. B. Rogers
City council meets every Wednesday I p. in.at
city hall, 1th st., between Front st. and A ave.
VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Chief Hugh P. Fletcher
First Deputy Chief . . . Geo. Rcid
Second liepntv Chief. . . . John Gillis
Third Deputy Chief      .      .      Geo. Whiteside
Secretary Archie Morris
Treasurer       ,      .      .      .      .       Gus Adams
DISTRICT DIRECTORY.
Mining Rocorder-Assessir-Tax Col, . Jno.Keen
collector of customs     .     .     J.F Mcintosh
School Trustees���August Carney, .1. 1). Moore,
i). O. Buchanan. Principal���Prof. .Ins. Hislop.
KASLO POSTOFFICE.
���GuficTnL-jBiiveiv oiien dally (Sundays excepted} froin*S_*.. ni. until 7 p. in. Lobby open from
7 a. in. toU.HO p. in. Malls lot despatch close e\
ery evening except Saturday and Sunday, at "
p. in, Malls arrive from United-States and lake
points daily exeept Sunday, at 9.80 p. in. From
C. P. R. end Slocan points," arrive daily, except
Sunday, at 4 p. m. Registration olllce open~8.au
a.m..6.80p.m. Money order ollice and Post-
office Savings llank open a a. in. to.'i p. in.
8. H. GREEN, Postmaster.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
METHODI8TC1IUH0H���Cor. C nmlGthsl.   Dl-
vloe services everv Sunday 11 a. m. nnd 7.30 p.
in. Sunday school a. 110. Strangers weleome.
Rev. J. A. Wood, Pastor.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH���Cor. 4th st. and B
ave. Services every Sunday 11a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sundav school and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings o'clock.
Free seats. Strangers heartily welcome.
Rev. A. D. Menzies, Minister.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND���Southwest cor. ol C
ave. and fall st. Services every Sunday atII a.
m, and 7.30 p. Ctl. All are cotdially invited.
Rev. David Richards, Missloncr lu Charge.
catholic CHURCH���Cornet C avenue and
(ith st.   No regular pastor tit present.   Occasional services by special announcement.
FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS.
m     MASONS���Kaslo Lodgo No. 25, A. F. &
_P\       A-. M., meets first Monday in every
iff jfT   month at Masonic hall over Green
/V_r\    Bros", store.   Visiting brothers   in-
I ���   ��   vited to attend.      11. Byers, W. M.
E. E. Chipman, Secretary.
MASONIC CHAPTER���Kootenay Chanter, R.A.
M., holds regular convocations on the second
Tuesday of each month In Masonic hull,Kaslo
Visiting companions aro cordially invited.
Chas. Trumbull.Scrlbe E.       E. E. Chipman, Z.
MACCABEES -sloean Tent No. ll, Knights of
the Maccabees, meets second aud fourth Mondays oieach month at Livingston's hull.Knslo
Visiting Knights cordially invited.
t W. A. Davies, Commander.
BOlpll Johnson, Keeporof Records.
FORESTERS   Court Kaslo No. 8887. lndepend-
I cnt Order of Foresters. Meets 4th Friday of
each munth In Victoria house. Vlsftlng
brethren areeordlaUy invilc.d.
Vi. B. Strathern, Chief Ranger.
VI. J. Hall, Recording Secrotary. -
Some men aro born lucky, and others
have luck thrust upon thetn. To this
latter class belongs Harry Hughes,
who is an old timer in Kootenay and
the Slocan, though comparatively
young in yearB. Hi has had hairbreadth escapes enough to make the
average man turn gray or almost any
old color. And yet he ia as hopeful of
tho outcome of his various properties
us any other prospector or embryo capitalist.
When in the city yesterday, on his
way to somo Slocan properties, Mr.
Hughes informed the News man of his
recent narrow escape, while en route
to Dawson City, from the fatal snow-
slide on Chilkoot Pass, where scores of
men met their doom. As it was, he
lost his entire outfit, sufficient for three
mon two years, but was thankful he did
not happen to bo with the outfit at tbo
moment of the catastrophe; all of
which is the cause of his return to
Kootenay and the silvery Slocan.
Mr. Hughes was tho man who was
caught in the Noble Five slide over a
year ago, and who was laid up for
weeks in a hospital as a result, with
tho appearance of having passed
through a sausage chopper or mowing
machine���the marks of "which he bears
to this day, It was only a few weeks
beforo this that his partner was buried
in a snowslide on Toad .Mountain, back
of Nelson.
KASLO
Transfer
COMPANY.
>
_i
General Express and
'.Transfer Business...
Dealers in
lee, Hay,
Oats, Wood,
and Feed 1
Speolal Facilities for moving ���
FURNITURE,
PIANOS, ETC.
Gardens plowed, manured and made
ready for seed.
L. HANNA, Mangr.
Telephone No. 9. Front st. Kaslo, B.C
Lake StlU Rising;.
Last Saturday the lako rose about
five inches, since which time it has
been coming up only an inch daily.
Last year at this timo the wator was
nearly two feet higher than at present-
Reports from Bonner's Ferry are to the
effect that the Kootenay river is now
slowly receding. Kaslo river has also
fallen a littlo in the past few days.
Fruit Import Tax.
A government agent has boen placed
at Waneta to inspect all fruit that
crosses the international boundary line,
presumably to guard against insect
pests. As his fee is $1 for every consignment, largo or small, the small
fruit dealers feel quite aggrieved, and
claim that there is no danger to Kootenay orchards without the inspector.
From His McGulgan Admirers.
Lieut. W. J. Twiss, of the Kaslo
Rifles, is in receipt of a tribute from
his MoGuigan admirnrs, of a cocked
hat and sword. Tho incident that tho
former is of paper and the lattor is of
wood is perhaps too trivial to notice.
Gore of a suspiciously red-inky character stains the blade of the sword,
which contains the inscription, "Remember the Maine," while In addition
to the feather, a skull and crossbones
adorns the hat.
A Fine Catch.
3. F. Hall, of Hall Brothers, In the
Grand Barber Shop, tapered off his
celebration Wednesday by a fishing excursion, which yielded him three beautiful lake trout, aggregating 10 pounds
In weight. The largest weighed 81
pounds, the next three-quarters of a
pound and tho smallest ouu-half pound.
L0eAL; AND fti^^ilftoN!?
**** ������
Items of Interest to Ihc Citizens of Ka$o, Occurring Here and There.
"Pennine having lifirm_! visinr. trill to llMo to Kflfl tii!*,
print :,*,6 AUtAtiaeof H huhca from tlio cyoa with cane ami
Knnfbrtt also will lie ab'u to tagii it with ea.;li eva separately.
If iiuaWa to do s.i yenr rv, ars dofsoUta ana (mould have
itiinicflialo attention. When tho eyes booomo tired from rend-
ln��<-.r sawing, or if tlie letts3rj look binned mid run together,
lt 13 a enre indication that filace.? r.re needed The lonecfl
sold in tho cheap geoda are of ungual deueity nnd havo
Imperfectly lorn.cd eurfaces. Continued ubo of these pcorol
lensoa syillres'iltiu positive injury from the constant strain
i.'t. tho muscled of acooauncdatiua to ounnly the-defect- le
ImbIiuw."
li your eyes are not  working O. K.,
consult O. Strathern, opposite P. O. *
The Komp Mineral Water, a home
product, cool and refreshing, always on
tap. Call for it at the Bodega. Try
it.    J. A. Swift. *
Milwaukee Beer Ball. Call and sec
Bob',& Tony and get some imported
Swiss cheese free with your boer.   *
A line lot. of new material for men's
suits has just been received by Walker
the tailor.    Now is tbe timo to order. *
Milwaukee Beor Hall. Bob and
Tony will always treat you right. Givo
them a call. *
Milwaukee Boor Hall*. If you want
good miners, mechanics or laborers,
thoy mako their headquarters with Bob
and Tony. *
At the Milwaukee Beer Hall, Bob
and Tony will servo you the finest
schooner of Half and Half and delicate
lunch free with thorn.   ��� *
For indigestion, dyspepsia, kidney
trouble, etc., drink Kemp Mineral Water.   J. As Swift, at thc Bodega.      * .
Milwaukee Beer Hall, Bob and Tony,
proprietors. The biggest and sharpest
mug of beer in the Slocan couutry with
imported Swiss cheese thrown in.    *
A snap in 1841 Rogers Bros', silver
plate 1-2 doz. tablespoons, 1-2 doz. dessert spoons and 1-2 doz. teaspoons, all
for $5.   O. Strathern. *
Milwaukee Beer Hall. Bob and Tony
run it. Open day and night. They
serve you tho finest froe lunch in the
Slocan with each schooner of beer. *
"Who mado you that perfect fitting
coat? Good stuff too." "Why, Walker
the tailor of course." *
The Milwaukee Boor Hall has the
best and coolest boer in tho city, with
imported Swiss cheese, free. *
For Kemp Mineral Wator, call on 3
A. Swift, at the Bodega. *
If you want the nows while it
it IS nows, subscribe for the
Kaslo Morning News. Its
only $1 per month	
i
Just
Arrived
A Seasonable Line of
rocenes .
Including Such Delicacies as
Smyrna Dried Figs. Preserved New Orleans Figs.
Ram Lai Tea.   Chase & Sanborn's Coil'ees.
And all Noted Brands of Coffee, Mecca, Mocha and Java.
Cross & Blackwell's Pickles.
Patterson's Chutney Pickles.   French mustard.
Sliced Smoked Beef and the Noted Beef Extract, Bovril.
We can furnish almost any thing desired in the
Grocery Line.    But that is not all.
Our Men's Furnishing Goods.
Continue to comprise the Largest and Finest Assortment in the city.   Call
and see them.
Corner A Avenue and Third Street, Kaslo, B. C
Subscribe For
News,
And Get tt Fresh.
Be Enterprising.
Advertise in
TheMorningN ews
And Increase Your Business.
IT IS
THE
Brightest, Newsiest Paper fj
in the Kootenay.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
IT WILL PAY YOU. -pi ft' III ���
���ATI.RO A lis ANI) 8TKAMB0ATS.
O.R*N
��
Shortest and quickest route to tho
Coeur d'Alene mines, Palouse, Lewis-
ton, Walla Walla, Baker City mines,
Portland, Ran Francisco, Cripple Creek
jrold mines and all points east and south.
Only line east via SaltLakoand Denver.
Steamor tickets to Europe and other
foreign countries.
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
three days for San Francisco.
l,eave.|      Bpokane Time Schedule      | Arrive
fi.Oli "j KA��T M Alt,   WiilUWa'iln, Purl- j   T.4".
p.m.    land, San Francisco, linker City    n. in.
dally, i nml tin- Bast. j dally.
N.iV    LOCAL MAIL -Coeur d'Alenos, I   (U5
a.m.   ! Farmington, Garfleld,   Colfax,    p.m.
dally. I l'liilinun anil Moscow.    | daily.
For through tiekets ami further Information,
apply to JAMES WAUGH,
Agt !. N. 4 T. Co., Knslo, B. C.
Or at 0. K. .s: N.Co.'sollice,480 Riverside ave.,
Spokane, Wash.    II. M. A DAMS, General Agt.
Or   .Vi. II. Hl'I.lll'KT, G. P. A., I'ortltinii.Ore.
KASLO & SLOGAN it?
Trains Run on l'aellie standard Time.
TIME CARD.
lining
Wesl.
Daily
Going Kast.
6.00 a.
in. I.v..
 Kaslo	
. Ar 11.50 p. in.
s.tir, a.
111. I.V..
...Bbuth Fork	
.Ar 3.15 p. in.
p.86 a
111.  I.V   .
.. .Sproule's	
, Ar "J.10 p. m.
0.51 a.
111. I.V..
. ..Whitewater	
Ar 2.110 p. m.
I0.0:i a
111. I.v.
, ...Bear Lake	
.Ar 1.18 p. m.
10.18 a
m. I.v .
,Arl.88p. m.
10.W a
111. I.V..
Oily Junction..
.Arl.l. p. m.
lli.'iOu
iii. Ar..
 '.Sandon	
I.v 1.00 p. in.
GEO, P. C0PE1
AND, Supt.
I! OUT
IllVINi
, ii. F. <6 P. A.
IT-
(iltKAT
N O K T II B R N
KAICWAV
Tho surveyor's chain made it the
Shortest Transcontinental Route.
It is the must inndem-in equipment,
it is the heaviest railed line,
I has a rook-ballast road bed.
It crosses no mind deserts.
lt wus built without land grnnt or govt. aid.
It is noted for the courtesy ol its employes.
It is only line serving nieiils on la carte plan.
Kootenay connection at Honner's Ferry.Tucs
iluy,Wednesday,Thursday,Saturday andSuiiilii)
TRAINS LBAVE SPOKANE.
Eastward s.l5 a. m | Westward 3.1.". p.in
For iimps, tiekets and complete Information
call on or address 1.N..V T.Co.'s agts, K.dtS.Ky
ngls, or C, G. DIXON,Gen. Agt., Spokane,Wn.
F. I.WHITNEY,G. P. &T. A., St, Paul, Minn
The Canadian Pacific Ry.
-AND-
Soo Pacific Line.
The cheapest, most comfortable and
direct routo from Kaslo to all points in
Canada and tho 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 cars
on all trains. Travel by this line and
hnve baggage checked to destination.
Ilaily connection from Kaslo every
Say, excepting Sunday, at 7.3D a. in.
l"\ir Kuskonook and lake points, Mon
il ay. Wednesday and Friday.
For Argenta and Lardo. Tuesday and
Friday at 8. l"> p. m.
For full Information, rail on or address
ALDER BISHOP,
Freight and Passenger Agent, Knslo, It. C.
Or to W. 17 ANDERSON,
Traveling Pus. Agt., Nelson, 11. c,
E. .1. COYLE,
District Passenger Agent, Vancouver.
Write fur Klondike Polder and Map.
Men Pacific ly.
The Fast Line,
Superior Service.
Through tickets to all points in United
States and Canada. 1 Hroct Connei tlon
with thc Spokano Falls & Northern By.
TRAINS DEPART FROM SPOKANE:
.No. 1 West., ..8:2o p.m. | No. 3 Fast.     7:00a.m.
Tickets to Japau and China via Tacoma
and Northern Pacific Steamship Company. . For'.information, timo cards,
maps and tickets, apply to agts. of tho
Spokane Falls & Northern and its connections, or to F. D. GIBBS,
**���' ���'���   ~   General Agent, Spokane, Wash.
A. D. CHARLTON, Asst. Oen, Pass. Agt.,
No, 256 Morrison St.. Portland, Ore.
write for Map of Kootenay Country,
ami Northern
Nelson <f Fort Sheppard,
Red Mountain Railways.
The only all rail route without
change of cars botwoen Nelson and
Rossland nud Spokane n"_'] Rossland.
TIME CARD.
Leave 0.20 a. m Nelson Arrlv   0.35 p. in
Leave 13.05 a. m...Rossland... Arrive 11.20 p.in
Leave 8.110 a. m Spokane... .Arrive 3.10 p. in.
Tho train that loaves Nelson at (i:20
a. ra. makes close connections at Spokane with trains for all . . .
PACIFIC COAST POINTS.
Passengers for Kettle river & Boundary
ok. connect at Marcus with stage daily.
._M3Ct5
INTERNATIONAL
Navigation cf Trading Co., w
Bteamera International und Alberta on Kootenay Lakeftiid River���Summer Time Curd in effect lath March, 18W���Subject to change.
BTEAMBB IN"TK!.N.\TIONAl.-U>aves Kaslo
for Kelson nnd way points,daily except Sunduy.
:!.:;0 a. m. Arrive Northport &.4fi p. TO..', Kossland, 11.30a. in. und Spokttne, 8,10 p. n:.
Leave Nelson for Kaelo nnd way points, daily
exuoot Sun day,"),00 p. in. Leave Spokane 8.80 a.m.;
Kossland, 8.45 a.m.; Northport, L86 p. ni.
Five Mile Pointconnection with till passenger
trains of N. ��\; K. S. Ry. to and from Northport.
Kossland ami Spokane,   rickets sold and baggage checked to all United States points.
STEAMJM. ALBERTA -Leaves Kaslo for Kuskonook and way points und Honner's Kerry,Ida.
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5.80 p.m., arriving at
Kuskonook at KUOp.m. ami Konncr'.s Kerry at S
a.m. next day. Returning Ivs. Mouner's Ferry
Wed., Fridays and and Sundays at 2 p. m., arv.
Kuskonook H p. ra., Kaslo 1 a. iii. following day.
Also from May 5th steamer will make same trap
leaving K.aslo every Thursday at 8o'clock n. m.
Bonner's Ferry connection with nil passenger
trains of Q, N." Ky., arv. westward at Spokane
8J0 p- m.. or lv. Honnor's Ferry for the cast ut
1.1 fi p. m.   Meals ami berths not included.
Passengers on SS. International from Nelson,
etc., for jadnts on lake south of Pilot Bay, will
connect ai that point witli the 88. Alberta,
Passengers for Nelson via ss. Alberta, from
points south of Pilot Kay, oan by arrangement
with purser,have stop-over at i'ilot Bay or Aim-
worth,or counect with International at Kaslo.
Company's steamers connect Kootonay Lake
aud Slocnn poinls w ith all points in I'. S. and
Canada by way of Spokane nnd Kootenay river.
G.AlKXANKKK, (ieneral Manager.
P.O. Box 122, Kirflo, IJ. C.
Kuskonook anil Bonner's Ferry.
Str. Ainsworth.
I.enves Knsknnnnlt nt 12O'clock noon,Monday
Wednesday uml Friday, upon arrival of steamer Nilson whli pnuengera from Kaslo, Ainsworth. I'ilot Any ui.il Kelson. Arrives Honner's
Ferry 11 p. m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Honner's Ferry 2 p.in.,Tuesday ,TliurV-
dny and Saturday, upon arrival of 11. N. trains
iroin east and west. Arrives Kuskonook 11 p.
in.. Tuesday, Thursday und Saturday.
E.J. MATHEWS, Manager.
TKAVKI.KK'S QDIDJ..
Suiiimtiry of Hallway uit.l  SleiiiniT Tim.'
Cards From Kaslo.
For Whitewater, Bandon, Cody, etc., K.'it. s.
Railway trains leave Kaslo dally at �� a. ra.; returning, arrive nt Kuslo at 8.60 p. m.
Kor Three Forks, New Denver, Rosebery nnd
Nakusp, take K. ss: S. Iiy. from Knslo lo Sandon,
and thenee Nakusp st sloean Railway, leaving
Sandon daily at 7.4"> a. ni.; returning, arrive
dally at Sandon at 166 p. in.
Kor Revelstoke, Vancouver, Victoria and other main line points on O. I'. It., boat from Na-
kusp lo Arrowhead, ears to Revelstoke, thence
connect with east and west bound trains.
Kor silverton, Sloean City, lake Sir. Sloran on
Sloean lak��,oonneotlng with N'.ssi S.at Rosebery.
Kor Northport,Bpokane, I'.ossliintl nnd Grand
Forks, take uie Str. International from Kuslo
dully at 8.80 u. m., except Sunday, making connections at Five Mile Point with the X iV.l'.S.
Ry., thenoe to North ports From Northpori to
Bpdkone continue the ralhvnv, known south ol
"'all   "
Northport ns the Spokane Kalis i Northern, ar
"a. in.
Co.'s Sir. [Al
riving at Spokane, Wash., al 3.10 p. in
Or tor Spokane, lake I. N. st T  "
Kerry, Tuesdays
Thursdays tit ii
berta from Knslo to llonner's   I
and Saturdays at r> p.m. and
a.m., andoonnocl al llonner's Kerry with Ofeal
Notthern trains to Bpokane, arriving al 3.10
the following day.
*Kor Rossland change at Korthporl to ihe Red
Mountain Ry., an Ivlng al Rossland at 11.30a.in.
Or, Rossland may be reached from Nelson vin
0. & K. Uv. to Robson, thenee by river steamer
to Trail, thence by ti. & Vi. Ry. to Rossland. (Ir.
Rossland may be reached via Nakusp and Trail
by si ri,is, iio wn Arrow lakes and Columbia river,
For Grand Forks and Boundary Creok points,
take s. K.,', N. Ky. from Northport to Bossburg
or Marcus, thence by stage across reservation;
Kor Ainsworlh, Pilot Hay, Nelson, elc. 1. ft. A
T.Co.'s sir. International leaves Kuslo dally,exeept sunilay,ni 11.30 a.m., returning,leaves Nel-
s.oi nt ���' p. in., arriving nl Knslo about B.80 p. m.
C. 1". ii. Co.'s str. Kokanee leaves Knslo diiilv.
except Sunday, at 7,80 a. in., arriving al Nelson ai ii n. .ii.. returning. leaves Nelson at I p.
in.. nrm ing al Kaslo ul 7.80p. in.
Kor Argenta and Lardo. Str. Kokanee makes
round trips every Tuesday and Friday, leaving
Kaaio at SUS p.m.
Kor Kuskonook, Ft. Stoale.etc,, taki su Kokanee Moii'lay.Wiilui'silny and Friday ul 7.:w n.
in., or I. N. _i T. ro.'s str. Alberta Tuesday,
Thursday and Baturday at 6 p. ta.; thence by
stage to Fort Steele Wednesday and Saturday.
The following i* u I
Kaslo io surrounding ti
Wesl or North.    Miles.
Whitewater     17
Dear l.uke '20
MoGuigan 23
Bandon, 8 hours
Cody    ...,  31
Three Forks    ra
New I'.jnvi'i  :is
Rosebery... II
Silverton         -tn
Slocan tiiy. .. . ivr,
Xakusp   . ... To
Hun m (ily     ,.       M
Larilo   IK
Argents :6
I'uncnn City.   "4
HnliyoiillotSprlngs Ui
Airowhenil IM
l.iiiirie.. ltni
Thompson's I.and'g.!l3
Trout l.nki' ('ily.... 1.5
Fvrgiiisiin	
Revelstoke
Vernon..,
Penticton
Kniiiloops
Ashrrofi .
I.vlton . . .
Yale
81 hrs
New Westminster. .603
Vancouver, .ll hrs. Jil'2
Victoria, 60 hours. .99*
Sea (tie, is liours .. .560
/lipoma. SO hours. .620
f nr;iuiid, 48hours. .682
able of dlsl anoes from
uslness points:
Bast or South.     Miles.
Ainsworth  ia
Pilot Dny 20
Hulfour ,\23
Sam a   . lis
Nelson, -I hours  4.
Vmir   m
llolisoe 70
Trail 9u
Northport, 7 hours. 108
Ro    I, lo hours. .1.0
Roi  burg 122
Mnrens 180
Grand Forks 180
Greenwood 102
Aimioiiilii ltd!
Roundary   200
Midway 201
Bpokane, is hours. .232
Is ii.-kononk 45
Goat River 68
l'.edlliigton(Rykerbs) 77
l'ort Hill f. 78
Ltlens 10K
Bonner's Ferry, 13 hllO
Moyie city 126
Swansea 135
Wardner, B.C 140
Cranbrook 150
Fort Steele I .lie
Civial Flats. 100
Windermere ... .'. .210
lionald ......... ..212
Widen 230
Bans 814
KASLO!
THE BUSINESS CENTER
OF THE
AINSWORTH
MINING
DIVISION !
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.And the  gateway to the Great Slocan With Its Score or More of
Dividend
Payin
Properties
Kaslo, ^e City ��f Energy!
Is Also A City of Homes.
Beautifully Situated on Kootenay Lake. With a Delightful
Climate. It has Churches, Schools, and Public Reading Rooms
Well Graded streets.    A Good Local Telephone system.
The Best of Electric Light and Power Plants, Daily Communication with
the Outer World through two Great Railway and Steamboat Companies.
Large Pay Rolls from local Lumbering, Ore Sampling and Other Industries.
t OVER $20,000
Is being expended in Public
Improvements This Year !
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
i
Caldwell & Evans,
Ining properties, skis and Real Estate for
INSURANCE AND LOANS.
Correspondence Invited.
Address: % I CAMEL and C. B. EMS,
KA8LO,B.e.

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