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 THE KASLO MORNING
VOL. IH.
KASLO, 13. C, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 19,1898.
NO. 19.
. I. J. BRYAN
Tlie Silver Champion
to le Front.
Alleged Repulse ef Araeri-
Tho editorial, in concluding, says it is
unworthy of Canada to back out of obligations on points of technicality, and
adds that if tho company is not reinstated or compensation forthcoming it
will be a difficult matter in the futuro
to obtain money here for Canadian enterprises.
Flye ii.ill'.u's Howard.
The publishers of tho Kaslo Morning
News will pay live dollars reward for
information leading to the arrost and
conviction of any person found stealing
copies of the News left by carrier at
tbo doors of our subscribers. Numerous cases of this olTonso are alleged and
they must stop.
The News Pub. Co.
xoired at
Iii
at Sao Juan.
Lincoln, Nebraska, May 18.���Governor Holcomb has issued a colonel's commission to Hon. W. J. Bsyan with authority to organize tho third regiment
of Nebraska volunteers. Mr. Bryan
has accepted the commission.
V. s. Expedition Roportoft nopulsoil.
London, May 18.���According to a
spocial dispatch from Havana published here today, there has beon an
engagement off Port Caibarion, ln tho
Provliicb of Santa Clara, and it is alleged that the American landing party
have been repulsed.
Kail nay Timo Card Changed.
Attention is called to the change of
time card of tho Spokano Falls &
Northern and Nolson & Fort Sheppard
linos. Trains now leave Nelson for
Spokane three hours earlier than formerly or at 6:20 a. m. in order to mako
closer connections with through lines
to the west from Spokano. Sevoral
other minor changes aro mado.
Letter en tlie Local Poll
ii
fl
Vigorous Statement of the Needs of
Ridiii.
KLONDIKE RUSH IS OVEK.
Spanish-told Besults of San Juan Attack.
St. Thomas, Danish West Indies,
May 18.���Ovor thirty Porto Rico refugees, mostly women with very littlo
money, arrived here last night on
board the French str, Roderlguez. 11
is reported that tho governor-general
of Porto Rico has issued a proclamation saying that 8 soldiers wore killed
and 34 wounded as a rosult of tho bombardment of the forts at San .luan by a
portion of Rear-Admiral Sampson's
Hoot on May 12. He adds that two
guns were dismounted at Moro Castle,
which otherwlso waa little damaged.
Ho says the other forts were not much
hurt. In the town one shot penetrated
the palace and Hi. corner of a powder
house was carried away. The Spanish
transport Alfonso Xlll and the Spanish freight steamer Manuol were dam
aged by the American lire.
But the C. P. K. Carried M.OOO from
Vancouver in i Months.
Montroal, May 18.���Tho groat rush
to the Klondike sooms to bo over for
the soason. The C. P. R. during the
past four months convoyed 30,000 persons from Vancouver to Wrangel by
steamer. Of this number it is on record that only 200 have so far returnod
via Vancouver.
Hawarden, May 18, 10 a. m.--Mr.
Gladstone's death may be looked for at
any moment now. It is only by the
feeble beating of his pulso that it could
be told that he is still alive.
THK KND.
Hawarden, May 18, 11:45 p. m.���Mr.
Gladstone is dead.
WHAT IS NEEDED IN A REPRESENTATIVE.
THE $100 IS READY.
City Puts Op Part of Prize for the
Hose Keel Race.
CHKiNECTOTKANSl'OKT CO.
London Financial News Hits Canada
in Connection With It.
Toronto, Ont., May 18.���Following is
a cable to tho Evening Telegram fi om
London: "Tho financial Nows today
has a column editorial dealing with
the progress of affairs connected with
the C hignecto Marino Transport Co. It
says that as a standing dish in that
city it has become moro and more unsavory aud next Thursday's report will
not render it a whit more palatable.
The city council met in regular
weekly session yesterday afternoon
with Mayor McAnn and Aldermen
Archer, Goodenough, Whiteside and
Hartin present,
Tho following accounts wore favorably reported on by the finance committeo and ordered paid:
Spokesman-Review $  2.80
National Tube Works Co     15.02
D. P. Kane      3.20
O. T. Stouo, 1st paym'tcity lots. 667.00
M. V. Adams      7.00
Morrison Mfg. Co 81
L. Hanna, grading  171.00
No*. Pub. Co      B.90
.Coo. B< Drennan    40.00
W. H. Carson      8.60
Kaslo Transfer Co      10.00
Total 1024.78
The application of Water Coinmis
.loner Cockle for increase in salary
was takon from the table and ordered
filed.
It was voted to pay MOO to D. J.
Young, treasurer of the Queen's Birthday celebration committee, for the
prize for hose reel race.
After considering sevoral matters of
routine buiiness.the oounoil adjourned
Ability, Integrity nod Devption to Kootenay���A
Hit at Changing Opinions Like Socks.
Kaslo, B.C., May 17,1808.
Editor News: ,
As usual on the eve of the elections,
a great many rumors aro Hying from
mouth to mouth as to the possible candidates for the people's suffrage and
thoir known ar\<\ conjectured litnoss for
such honor. Up to tho present, the
name most definitely presented to the
public sooms to havo been that of Mr.
John L. Retallack, hut many Mothers
equally popular, but also with equal
drawbacks from the popular point of
view, are freely asserted on all hands.
Permit mn to state a few of tho principal qualities and conditions which
at the present stage of south west Root-
nay's development seem eminently necessary and desirable, in tho mau who
shall presume to come forward to represent the poople and tho vital interests of this young and rapidly growing
community. To what wo aro now
about to commit ourselves, to that must
we stand committed fertile full poriod
of four years. If we look back for it
moment on tho phenomenal* growth
which has eonio to this socllon linoe
tho last elections and compare the interests at stake, it will prove an instructive object-lesson in making clear
how much gain for this section bangs in
tho balance for the voters to weigh
against tho known qualities and tbe
personal claims of the men who seek
to represent, and safe-guard them.
The average voter will agree with
me that mon who are merely worthy
gentlemen and esteemed in private
llfo, are not warrantod by tho popular
needs in appearing before ui at tbe
coming contest. Much better had such
remain in tho quiet shade of business
and social popularity than come forth
to risk even that they have in the glare
of the public arena, whoro performance���and worthy performance only���
is tho one road to popular esteem and
success.
We should find out and choose a man
who can and will truly and broadly
represent the legitimate aspirations
and vested interests of this the most
flourishing and promising section ofthe
province today; a man who can view
the lawful and just claims of capital
and tho moral and equitable rights of
labor, of the moneyed and the moneyless; of business enterprise as represented by tho mino owner and developer, and of personal energy, endurance
and pluck, as represented by the miner,
the prospector and the pioneer, with
calm and impartial mind nicely weigh-
ins', distinguishing and balancing between the two, and able and willing to
work and speak for both and the whole
at once, disinterestedly.
It seems indefensiblo that wo should
require our representative to pledge
himsolf to childish opposition to the
men in power, whoever thoy may be.
merely for Opposition's name and sake,
and none tho less absurd and unworthy
that wo should demand pledgos requiring him to yield up his honest convictions and conscionce and bind him.alf
to support any sot of men through
thick and thin, no matter how scandalous andicorrupt may be their course.
But in rogard. to tho lines of policy to be assumed for the business
wolfare and material development of
our section, it is different. Herein and
he re for we should be entitled to exact
tho most definite and stringont pledges,
and to expect an unreserved statement
of views from our candidate, and to demand and foreguard their due fulfilment.
In making our coming decision, the
views of persons and papers who have
icy Toward Spain.
Says Americans are not Anglo-Sax-
butr'tUc. stamina of that bird of action,
tho.w.eatbor-cook, and. who can change
thei'rl opinion*, as ordinary mortals do
thofr socks���though sometimes, apparently, without, due regard for thu
greater cleanliness of the new ones���
should bo put aside as altogether worthless and trivial. Lot each voter try to
think for himself on this important occasion, and above all compare for liim-
self the past records of known work
and opinions of the aspirants to his confidence. VoTKit.
In This Wlmt You Are I.imiIiIiik Vnrl
Comfortable, clean, well furnished
rooms by the day, week or month at
reasonable prices at the Victoria, A
avenue, near 6th street. No bar at-
tachod.    Baths free to guests.
\V. .1. Hai.I., Propr
It.sportml Smxloii NuicliK'.
It is reported that Bon Rankin, firm
crly  of  Slocan   City,     shot    himself
through tho heart  at  Sandon y��t< r-
day.
OB f.ir Uie Fh.Hjpp.talM.
Vallejo, Cal., May 18.���Tho cruiser
Charleston sailod from Mare Island for
the Philippines today.
Subscribe for the Morning Nows and
get tbe news fresh.
Priedrichst'hue, May 18.���The cold
and rainy weather has increased
Prince Bismarck's neuralgia and has
led to a swelling of the face and he
has been unable to leave his bed for
several days. Dr. Schweninger is here
again and is disquieted about his patient. The Prince, therefore,is unable
to rocoive visitors, but a correspondent of the Associated Press has, from
a member of tho family obtained the
views of the former chancellor on the
war and the suggested Anglo-Saxon alliance as expressed by the Prince during the most recent talk at the table.
In substance, this is as follows:
Prince Bismarck condemns the war
outright. He says it is due to systematic provocations which finally beoamo
unbearable.   He added:
"Tho whole course of the Washington administration has been insincere.
My views are well understood. T. havo
always hold that war is only defensible
after all other remedies has failed.
Tho result of the war cannot, bo wholesome either to America or Europe.Th6
Unitod States will be forced to adopt
an intermeddling policy loading to unavoidably frictions. She has abandoned
her traditional peace policy and in order to maintain her position she must
become a military and a naval power
���an expensive luxury which her geographical position rendered unnecessary, America's change of front means
retrogression in the bigh sense of civilization. This is in the main the iv-
gnstable fact about this war."
!!"::ariiiug tho speech by Joseph
Chamberlain, Prince Bismarck said:
"Tho importance thereof depends
whether Mr. Chamberlain's flown are
those of the British govornmeni
Closer Anglo-Saxon relations aro
doubtless feasible* but an allianoo is
improbable and utiso *\ ioablo to both.
Besides, it is a mistake to .* iii the
Americans Saxons. Theirs is R mixed
blood, British, Irish, German, Frenoh
and Scandinavians. The Anglo-Saxon
does not even predominate among
them today. This dwelling on so-called
race Interests Is nonsence in polities.
T_,ook at the RiiBso-TVeneb Agreement
and the dreibund. Politics aro not dictated by such far-fetched sentimentalities. Germany's duty plainly is to
maintain her interests by carefully
nursing the good neighborship of the
European powers." 1 i
I'l'Ul.i ' ""
I IDA*.  AT  KASLO,   B. C
1J> The News Pub. Co.
!;!.' l   ' . ' Ion.
MAY, 1898.
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5    ti     ��� for       f that tho
mij ht hi      I ���       ���     ;   icli  Spau*
lii'lr;.
,1-1 Ibiminioti, Ontario nnd Great. Brit-
*.
ain, on (loopar creek, $250; Frod Wood
to Robert McLean, 1-2 Kniimi, on Hamill creek, $15.
CERTIFICATES.
May 18.���Monterey by L. R. Lindsay; Clara, i io ss aud Teddy S., by Dan
Tuoraay.
LOCATIONS,
May 1��.���Alice.  Crawford   Bay,   by
Philip MeGovern; Albert.   Pilot  Bay,
jen.
METAL QUOTATIONS.
1 oi ., Mi '.  18.���Silver, iii%a\
1 '���       'i   i"".iki-r ' price, $3.00; exchange
���   ���     ������
OBK SHIPMENTS.
From Jan. 1,18!    to -atstne  leading minus
Hflon  bave snipped over the
Hlocan I ;n Uwny for water transports*
i from Ke  o, aa follows:
I'oiib  Nflne.
Payne '.''."'' Buveka	
1*51 Is.U-lily....
ater. 1680 Sovereign..
ll co         SOojQueen boss
-:"< in Star'        1248 Jackson...,
Kamhior -Cui Iboo     880 Gibson	
:    II
Lost i ���.   .'
tloodcni
inrd  ���   It
'      I    !
Tons.
42
lo
20
.   no
48
16
000 M 'Uti'zuiiiii*      578
B80;Charleston      80
20 Antolne     ntf
t'w Ajax...       40
02 Bismarck      <i3
,     I" '!���"'. ,
Tho'foDowing is a partial Statement of of*
BhipmentsovertlieCP.lt. from Blocan and
Jai.miry 1st, not included
in thefon going:
HOTELS AND KESTAl'HANTS.
Central HoteS,
FRONT ST., KASLO. B.C.
New BnUdltig.���Newly Famished Throughout.
Best Rooms in the City.
A FIRST CLASS BAR IN CONNECTION.
HKITKIi 4 CO,
injiwi.maiti .miqwai
Adams House,.
KA8LO, D. C.
KATES, ?1 PER DAY AND UPWARDS.
Adams Bros., Props.
Sole agents for PAB8T BEER, Milwaukee, Wis.
*.8fi*3
, Fishermen.
*   L Will supply you
V^VI Ivll Needful at Low!
prices, Steel rods,
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 kind a of Sporting Goods.
Nelson House,
KABLO, B.C.
NELSON ss.' BOSTRUM, PROPRIETORS.
Nicely furnished rooms, Harwell stocked. Kjm-
ktmi' Beer on   Draughi  i    Sohobner or quart    j
Best [rue lunch In the oity.
In the Grocery Depart ment, a line line of Fancy Groceries  will soon'
i'i arrive.   Try our Klondike Deviled Crab:-, now hore.
In the Clothing Department, try our celebrated  lighter weights   of ,M
Health Underwear for warmer weather. .]
Mine.
Vancou*. .-r	
t&locan Star	
! aj no	
Em ii i'i lee	
'
if thu ilng. fi.i i. llowlng have paid dlv*
fi liows:
ron    Mine Tons.
I ver Cup     440
260 Waverley      60
1   l  Idaho    1000
10   . ui-.-ii   lli'.ss      610
t-nyne fl K'JO.OOO Noble Five...
- ooan Star H 0   10 Qoodenough..
Ituth  ������ Washington..
[toco     287,500 Jackson	
Haniblcr-Cari..     in, Surprise	
40,000
:i2���ri(X)
20,000
20,000
20,000
:" rfao*
ory covering ��� uployiii
10,000   women.     Such  wholi ac
:    i     bl i   ��� I ���   :        of
1      11 better Bup?
The admin editor of tbe
��� tenai 11 tor I i 31 canCltj News ie
' v moro Intensi a ��� .���:���, .ince tfio
latter pap r I d co ������ out for Mr. Re-
tallaok. With rare dlsorimii ation,
Kootenaian, has before title, pro*
nouneed th Sloi m Olty News "a great
paper.'' It's a flne thing to havo high
ideals, Bonny. Keep on :n;<] may be
your paper will bet ome af great, some
day.
Talking about varieties of editors
what's th*4 mui let with the dog editor?
'' ttaohiny himself to a d tor friend
friend who : posset or of a
mi dioal    i ncyclopodla,   lie   Sounders
mgh haif a column  to  jfrove  thai
Mr. Gl e Bright1    dli i e,
��� bioh Is net :  11    ers, and at
tacks tbe editor of thie paper for not
changing the telegraph opera tor's writing in s dispatch on tbe eminent states-
man's  com  tion. y,   that
i scarce I   And that is
wi nl st.tiiT tor which ho  oharges
II par month.   Incidentally, it may be
remarked  tbat   tiie   Roisland    Miner
that ari'iv, i I '   hail   the     .l-r.c
dished iti
y - fcerday  moroln f's tsstti I    ,
��� i 11 I a ' y i ' sibletbet the Koote-
laion's medical adviter may In* off ?
! tho 1        ilng, other mines, nnstock-
i psld illvidi aas aa follows:
li ��� -  .' '   '��� Cist Chance...     ��tXkS>
rater...    IU4.UO0 Intoine      35,000
���'���������   n Hoy....     s6,000|Monltor..      16.000
['"ollowlng Is a comparative statement of ore
shipped trom partsol the SloOan and Ainsworth
dl Irlcts, passing Uirough the custom
bouse at Kaslo to foreign smelters for the live
i month   nf 1895, nil of ihw, and.1897:
s-.,.,,. ' ���   is Weight  Qross Vfliu.oi
ol Oreih Lbs.   Ore In Hollars
lonths)  2,1102,890 Sf   11-1,541
'     HI IS).... .::,"ll,.Y.'| �� 1.11-1,118
.:-;....        7,: .'.'.ii,,890 8,009,8:16
09.148,804
STOCK QUOTATIONS.
H ,828,411:1
mlntng.companioi of t lie Slocnn and Ainsworth
divisions:
' >���">'"-' &&\J&
Payne	
��� .,. ��� Star..	
Itutl       	
Koco   	
SobleFivo	
Wai lilngton	
Ran l.ler-t'ni'lbou	
Surprise	
Charleston	
 li M.mgh	
iii."!! Western	
ac    in(North'nBell)
American Hoy	
i Montezumi....
Dardanelles	
', '   ���" 	
Wonderful	
Ft. Keverne	
Idler	
I mdo   mil	
Bl' i Diamonds*?:	
Dellie i...
Ellen	
Mel eod	
Twin	
I.IKKI.IHHI
1,000,0001
120,000
1,000,000
l.'.'nu.lUKi
1,000,000
] .IHHI.IMHI
228,000
160,000
600,000
Mll.lWlli
1,000,000{
i,('Oii.ouo
l,::.u.i��Hi
1,000,000
850,000
l.lilKi.OOll
1,000,000
1 .UOO.IHK)
4100,000
1 .'.'IKI.OOO
750,000
i .111X1,000
l.dOO.OOO
1,000,1100
12.60
.50
��1
(1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
.80
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
l.OO
1.00
1.00
1.00
.28
.50
1.00
1.00
1.00,
1.00
Market
Value
Si
��2.00
1.60
.18
t
.25
.30
.25
.15
.26
.09
.17}.
.03V5
.04   ���
.15
.26
.11
Mt
ANo Itoek on the market
MINING RECORDS.
TRANSFER8.
[When no consideration is mentioned
the nominal sum of 81 is understood.]
Wm. P. Robinson, sheriff, to Robert
Macdonald and Neil Macdonald, Home-
stake and Yopemite onTen-mlic ci k,
$1,000; H. ��. Johnson to R.   MoLean,
ate. x3i.      ��
���   '77 :.,y,  &/I&&
\wM Secretary's
'IHUTIIS, UKATIIS AND MAltHIAOES REGIS-
TBATION ACT."
I
'f".(I. REQMTRAn-OKKKBAt DESIRES TO
1 dill ihc attention of the Public to tlie following requlremenf Ol tho Revised Act:
1. The Ail now iipplles in all persons within
the Province, Indians, Chinese nud Japanese
iie li. led.
2. IHMTIIS. The I'ublle arc reminded that
eyei liou-eliotler is Itoiiml, under fl l'onalty
of tuo and upwards, to report  to ihe District
��� irar every death occurring in his house.
The Undertaker in charge may, If he hns a per-
'oiml knoivleil^e of the In* t-.iiinke the registration hs hitheito, Inn the iiousehohlei is lliible
.1 n be nol dono.   .
::. i I.i:i;i.v.mi;n. OMDKIWAKBRB and otb*
ers ale siesireii io Lear In miiiil ihnt im jH'i'son
i tin itike nnv j.jirt tu litii'iliig a "lead liocrv, un-
dor a Penally olkUsnd upwards, without a
certificate ofthe due registration of the'death,
unless in the belief Uihi ll ls impossible to'reg
Ister the death, or, if registered, to obtain the
cerlitle:ite; nud tlmt in sueb ease \i jH their
dnty, nnder a like Penalty, themselves tq rog-
Ister the deiilh within seven dnvs in the usunl
form,
���1. COSOMKABare requested to register all
dentlis on whloh Ihey hold Inquests.
������ MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS are reminded that the signed certificate of tho cause of
death niusi l,e delivered or posted by them
within is hours of notice of decease, Instead of
within thirty days ns hitherto, and must be
forwarded to the District Registrar of the Dis-
in t iti whloh ilie person tiled, nnrl not, as
heretofore, that In whieh the Prnetltloner ru
sides.
t. MARRIAGES. Viuh'crs. nnd other per-
sonsauthorised tosolemnlM tnarrluges, inust
uow send in qaarterly returns of marriages
solemnized by them. Such returns must be
forwarded to the District Registrar within 15
dnvs nfter the end of eneh three, months. The
old forms muy be used If it be remembered to
insert under "Remarks" the Place ol Celebration, and whether ohurch or residence.
Silver King Hotel
AtlGCSTINlisV WEUN, 1'VoPRIETOKS.
��� I
Bar and Billiard Room
IN CONNECTION.
Rooms from ?-iter v.i ei; up, Newly furnished
throughout. Electric Lights, Front-St., next
door to Post Office, Ktisle, ll. C.
Lake View
Restaurant.
HV P.P.F08801I,
Reasonable Prloos and Qootl Living
FRONT STREin
KASl.O, H. C.
McLeod Hotel,
ARGENTA, I'lilTlSH COLUMBIA
New House.   Newlv Furnished.   Good  Accotn*
inodiitions. .      tt'.H. BELL, Propr.
Kalama Hotel,
KUSKONOOK. BRITISH COLUMBIA,
otherwise Armstrong's Landing
and doat River Landing.
Mrs. Wm. .Middleton. Propr.
Weea'cr especially to the traveling public.
Butte Hotel,
BY V). A. DARK, NELSON, 1). C.
Formerly oi the Butte Hotel, Kaslo, I). C.
IT WILI, PAY MY KASl.O FRIENDS TO CALL.
I)
PROFESSIONAL CARD8,
It..I. F. R. ROOERS.
PHYSICIAN ANI) SIT.GEON.
Graduate Trinity University. Toronto, Out
Member of College of I'liystcinns and Surgeon \
Licentiate of tho B. C. Council. Late of New
York Hospitals and Polyclinic Office on itli
st.   Hospital, cor. 5th st. and 11 live,, Knslo.H.c.
T)R. A. S. MARSHALL,
DENTIST.
Graduate of American College,Chicago
KASLO, B. o.
W. J. TWISS,
Real Estate and Mining Broker!
INSURANCE
Fire, Life, Accident nnd (.iiiirtintee.   Front St.
KASLO, II. C
.MISC'lCI.LANi:ms ADVERTISEMENTS
FRUITS !
Confectionery,
Tobacco, Cigars !
Best In every lino. A .took of fancy gro-
eerios is soon lo be added to our stock.
Carney Bros.,
Front St., opposite Kaslo Hotel, Knslo, H. ('.
J. Turner & Co.,
Wo are selling Marshall sfc Co.
Fine Teas, Coffees, linking
Powdor, etc., at London prices:
Teas 30c lb. up to (10c.
Coffoes .. .22c 11). up to 60e.
Cocoa, per lb 4Qo.
Baking Fowiler, per ib 25o.
COME   IN   AND  OF.T   SAMPLES.
Front st., near Newn Ollice, Kaslo, B.C
K
OOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
White Labor.
Iraprovod Machinery.
The Best Work at
Reasonable Prices.
Kailo, D. 0.
He Giegerich
Kaslo,    Sandon,     Ainsworth
*^2L-t!_Le Jobbing   I r^4,e
���49    ft
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.iusi Reoelved, a Large Invoice of Cigars, Inoluding K !''.i i
WEST, SYLVIA. OLY.MFIA, CORONA, DEL REY, EM
PANOLA, TRIUMPO, MONOPOLE AND SWELL !       U
This is in addition to my already well established GROCERY
T UDE L. A. KICKERS.
I'llV /.' // <? T f) i"1 VnPJPT? V   Front Street, botween Third and Fourth, 1
I Urj ItSJoLV It.a UL, Jill I, Kaslo. British columbiay
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Grener.al IHIarclware !
Paints, Oils, Garden Tools.
Hamilton Byers,   Kasl0'
AGENT TRUAX AUTOMATIC ORE CARS.
Sandon.
THE
LEVIATHAN
Gold Mining and Milling Co., Ltd.
Offices at Kaslo, B. C.
Capital, $2,000,000.
NOW IN OPERATION ON KASLO MOUNTAIN.
This property comprises 10 claims on au iron capped ledge
over three miles long and over 50 feet wide.
Tho tunnel is in nearly 1C0 feet and still progressing.
Surface assays have yielded trom $o to $10 tier ton in gold.
A limited amount of Treasury Shares for salo.
This property is likely to be Kaslo's Ee Roi.
C. 11. EVANS.       JAS. SPEIRS,       SAM'L FAWCETT,
President. Vice-Pros. Secretary.
P. BURNS & CO.,
KASLO   MARKET.
All Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats. ,;
FISH A��� POULTRY J N SEASON
GET YOUR
S Y S T K M
RENOVATED!
j:
Spring Is Almost Here.
Ask STEPHENSON for a bottle of Compound Sarsaparilla.   Thero is nothing
better for a Spring Medicine ot Blood Purl Her. n
E. F, STEPHENSON   The Kaslo Druggist,
Front Street, Kaslo, British Columbia.
THE COMING LIGHT,
Tlio Best Artificial Illuminant.   Absolutely
safe.   Approved by Canadian Underwriters.
Niagara Falls Acetvlene Gas Machine Company, Limited.
S. C. VISING, Local Agent,
Front street, above News Office, Kaslo, British Columbia.
FOR THE BEST
BATHS!
GO TO THE
Grand Barber Shop.
HALL BROS., Kaslo, B. C.
-New Nickel Tubs.  Tickets good for tlirfo
baths, 11.00.
If you're after the news���red
hot from the wires���read the
NEWS.        :       :       :       :       :
STEAMER HALYS.,
CAPTAIN W. W. WEST.
Docs Jobbing Trade on Kootonay Lakej
Leave orders with George Huber, Int8rna|
tlonal Wharf, Kaslo. -.
Regula* triprKaslo to Argenta and returc
every Sunday evening, SPlJR
u
This line Sporting Goods cannot
;��� cell I in Kootenay. Ten-
ins Goods, Lai Irosse Goods,
I       ' ��� ���   Mit.s,
.  ���   ' , alls, and all kinds
of Fishing '.' i ikli .
We Havb Tin::; All m Stock.
Erne Watch Repairing.
LAMONT & YOUNG,
KASLO,!). r.
���
Official Directory.
DOMINION DIRECTOBr.
Oovernor-iiencral'> . . Karloi \ i le n
i   . .      ,      .      ,      Slrfl ilu !���'. Laurier
jj, | -I Parlla-
... .    Hewitt Bostock
PROVINCIAL DIRECTORY.
Ueu   Governor     .     .    Hon. T. R. Mclnnes
Premier     ..... H. Turner
Attorne ��� ���    ' Hon. ll
;'f.i   . ilon.i
Minlsti u ; Education . Uou.Jas.Ba .��� i
Pre ' lei utlve Coimoil     "    .    B. Pooli /
Provl
\i ���     n ', est Koot
tig i. If. Ki Uie
South Rid  :.:   . ,     .    .   .  J. :���'. Hume
'.' ���. IA1       i    '  I'lUY.
Mayor '  im W McAnn
��� I    troher.J, D.
fi. Hartin, 1     '.Mi nil
City fieri .     .      E ��� i   < hii
Police!       Irate      .     . Alexl
C  M   ���'. Adaa ���
\ it W. I. Milne
Auditor    .......     C. D. MoKonsle
Treasurer ..H.Greeji
Assessor s. P. Tin!,
Water Co imlsstoner . . . R. A. Cockle
ti i   . Dr. 3. I-', ii. Rogers
City ci " '��� p. in-lit
city hall I'runi .'���! and A   n
VOLUNTEER WRE DEPiLRTMENT.
Chlel Hugh
F ....      (..si. Raid
geoond ��� i .     .     . John Qlllin
Third Deputy i .      .      >'l :''"���"
Secretary Archie Morris
i. r Gus Adams
Q18TRIC1        IEOT0 ::''.
,'i,- it Ta* Col.  . .In".I-T.vn
i  . J. F Mclnti -h
D Mooro,
i:  i 1���Prof.Jan,
KAKI.') PO9T0FS-CE.
Ueneral deliver)* open daily [Sunday
ed) from Ba.i , Lobby open (roni
7 n. in. to ,\:i) p
ory ' Sun lay, at i��
p ��� i ram Bulled States and lake
i-       m.  From
C. P. !.'��� ���
Sunday,   l i p. iu.   ;' i pen
a. in., i   . ' . ���   o '��� >   and Poit*
offlce Saving  ��� m, ." B i'. m.
ri,... '    i :', Posunaster.
oaui roRY.
METHODI8TCHUKCH- Cor. C andfitbst. Dl-
vine bi . :i a. n . and 7.:<0p.
in. Bunday school2.80, llrauaars welcome.
C. Ault Proouniar, M. A., Pastor.
PRESBYTERIAN ('II HHCII���Cor. itli st. nnd H
ave, ��� "i Tii ii ��� every Sunday 11 a.m. and 7.80
p.m. Bunday school and Bible class, 2.80 p.m.
i'rnver meeting Wednesdayevening8o'clock,
Free seats   ���:    ���  "      '��� 'iirlily welcome.
v. ii. Mensies, .Minister.
CHURCH OFKNULASD Southwest cor, or ('
ave.ai i Stli -I ' "'ii' lay at u �����
in. and 7.80 p, m. lltarooi olally invited.
Rov. Dat (3 ���      '   l( 'i'".' in Charge.
c.vnii'i." CHURCH- Corner C avonue and
mh hi. o regular pastor at prevent. Oeeas-
loual M i'\ loos by ipi 'in! announcement
I'KATKKNM   OKI   INIZATION8.
ta      MA* i'.. 0.28, A. F. ss-
ff\       a.   .. meets tlrst Mwnitay in every
*^fr WT   montii ut Masonic   iall over Green
7V_r\    Bros*, store.   Visiting brothers  In-
/���\   vltad to attend.     H.Byers, W.M.
E. B, Chipman, Seorotui .
MASONIC CHAPTBR   Kootenay Chapter, R.A.
M.,holds regular eonvocatious on the second
each month In  I    i iie ball,Ksslo
Visiting' impanion liall   In Itad.
Chas. Triimlmil.Sei'ii;e B       E. E, Chipman, '.'..
MACC UB1 ���      llo   ������ Tent 1Jq, 8, Knights i :
the m , i .:.,., , meets second ana fourth Mondays of each men tii nt Livingston's ball.Kaslo
Vlsiiin' Knight - d dly ie,.:   i
w. a. Davies, Commander.
Dolph Johnson, Keeper of Records.
FORESTERS���Court knslo (Jo, B887. Independent Ordero(Foresters    U eta itli Friday of
each'month   ln Victoria   house,     visiting
brethn a aro cordially invited.
W. B. 8ti al' orn, Chlel Kungcr.
\V. J. Hull, Recording Secretary,
LOCAL AND GENERAL MENTION.
Kcios of Interest to the Citizens of Kaslo, Occurring Here and There,
KASLO
r-
���*V
S. T. Wood of thc Toronto Globo is
in tho oity.
Bitme Nature is now wetting: things
dowu in preparation for tha24th.
Auley Harris returned to Kaslo last
night after several month's absence
F. A. Deveroux, the survoyer, has
rnturnod after several weeks' absence
nt tlie const.
Mihvaukoo Boer liall. Call and ice
Bob[&Tony nnd got somo wienerwiirat
and -ourkraut free with your beer.  *
Over 70 men are said to bo at work
on tho Sloean Star, and shipping ban
ones moro commenced from this big
galona proporty.
Milwaukeo Beer Hall. Bob and
Tony will always treat you right. Give
them a call. *
The Hercules has been spending a
few days in this port, gottiug ready tor
the Queen's birthday by applying a
now coat of paint.
.Milwaukee L\w Hall.   If you want
Water has boon cut oil- from tho open
conduits that lead from the creek to a good minors,  mechanics  or  laborers.
< insiderablg portion of tho flat. This
ia tlie part of the city whoro city mains
have lately beon made.
Yesterday morning, as predicted by
the News, the old bridgo over the river
at Third street wont out. It was torn
univii by mon with teams, so that it
might not bo carried away by the
rushing torrent to form a jam below.
Chief of Police Marsh Atlanta hM returned from Whitewater, where he
wont to ''talk Turkey" to a Mongolian
reported to be using tho creek as a
dumping ground. No further trouble
of (lie kind is anticipated.
This year the International Navigation I'o. will not bo able to mako any
tUrtra trips on the lUth, as the steamers
have all they can do now. The Koka-
neo and other boats, however, will
doubtless bo nblo to handle the immense crowds expected.
No, gentle reader, that queer object
on the lake yesterday morning was not
an ichthyosaurus or pterodactyl, noith-
er was it tho remains of one of the
.Spanish warships sunk by Admiral
Dewey. It was, however, the shattered hulk of tho old steamer Galena,
which floated off at high water the
night before, and is now a bird of passage on tho lako.
Mikado Concert Postponed.
Instead of tomorrow night, tho Mikado concert will be next Monday
night 2_d xinat., on the eve of tho
Queen's birthduy. The ohange will
accommodate many from out of town
,\ liu will then bo hore to celebrate the
coming day.
COMPANY.
General Kxpre.a and
.Transfer Business...
Dealers in
leo.
Oats, Wood,
and Feed 1
Special Facilities for tuovlng���
FURNITURE,
PIANOS, ETC.
Gardens plowed, manured and mado
ready for sood.
L. HANNA, Mangr.
Telephone No. 9. Front st. Kaslo, B.C
mrduiielles Stock tut finlo.
Two hundred and fifty shares of/
Dardanelles stock will bo sold at a
snap.   Apply at this office.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
"Tenuis tiiTtni nnrra.1 tl-lon win Its adit to n*4 tM|
prxtu:'. si'.uui.'ts of U inchri, rum (ho eye. with mm ana
ti .riif.s.-t; uli'o will tsa olilc ts, ,-cr..l it with each ere Mf.arataly.
If ini.t-lafotlj so yum .yvk am duAwtiv* and ibout. hurt
Immediate isltuntion. Wlitn tlio eysn bwoma tiro, from wnl.
Itiff om'rlaii, or it llvi li'tt&rslook btnrre.*n. run togother,
r. is1 .ici-iinJlsiatnii (!:.i(. rilaawiG ar.i nMilfd The tonsef
KjlJ In Jl.e l'1ic,.|, tfoodfl am ot uiihijuaI deoiltj and hart
iwpetficriv'tirr.'H-'l wrfhe��9. C-i tiiitipd um oftheio pooref
Is-oriis TtilfrrEiilliil iwultivo Injury from tho constant ���train,
mwa ii.' iiiuoctd ofiiCLjcusiydauuo ty Mjipljr tslu dofooti la
ittylliwi"
11 your eyes are not working O. K.,
consult O. Strathern, opposite P. O. *
Messrs. Garland and .Tones have taken a quantity of lumber to thoir placer
claim up tho river, and will soon be at
work ground-sluicing.
12. F. Stephenson, tho druggist, can
still reserve a couple of choice seats
for you for tho Mikado concert at the
Auditorium Monday evoning.
Tlie Sandon Paystreak assorts that
inside of 80 day* tliere will be an addition of at least 2f>() men to the working
force of tho minos around that town.
Tho Komp Minoral Wator, a home
product, cool and refreshing, always on
tap. Call for it at the Bodega. Try
it.   J. A. Swift. *
A. K. McDonald and Col. Viet, are
down from the Lavina group on Hamill
creek, wher.^ thoy have a force of men
at work. Mr. McDonald went to Rossland this morning.
A fine lot of new matorial for men's
suits has just been received by Walker
the tailor.   Now is the time to order. *
thoy mako their headquarters with Bob
aud Tony. *
Prospectors an already Hocking into
the Lardo-Duncan country, although
tho snow is yet from two to liv* feot in
depth.
At the Milwaukee Beer Hall, Bob
and Tony will serve you the finest
schooner of Half and Hall' and tlie best
of roast boef free with them. *
The lako is now rising fast.
For indigestion, dyspepsia, kidney
trouble, etc., drink Komp Mineral Water.   J. A. Swift, at tho Bodega.      *
Passenger trafllc on the K. & S. is
picking up.
Milwaukee Beer flail, Bob and Tony,
proprietors. Tbe biggest and sharpest
mug of beer iu the Slocan country. *
The office of the Kaslo Hotel is being
newly decorated and calcimined.
A snap in 1847 Rogers Bros', silver
plate 1-2 doz. tablespoons, 1-2 doz. des-
sert spoons and 1-2 iio.;. teaspoons, all
for 16.   O. Strathern. *
Rossland's business men subscribed
over $1700 for the 24th celebration.
Milwaukeo Beor Hall. Bob and Tony
run it. Open day and night. Thoy
serve you the finest free lunch In the
Slocan with each schooner of beer.-*
T. M. Gibson wont down to the Black
Diamond at Ainsworth yesterday.
"Who made you that perfect fitting
coat? Good stuff too." "Why, Walker
the tailor of course." *
Work has boen started on tho Roulette group on the North Fork of Carpenter creek.
The Milwaukee Boer Hall has tho
best and coolest beer in tho city.     *
Travelers to tho upper country say
that the newly erected hotel at Argenta
is doing a good business.
For Kemp Mineral Water, call on J
A. Swift, ut tho Bodegas *
Just       I
Arrived
A Seasonable Line of
Ci'.
ries
hiding Sueh Dclicaeie.s as
Line.
Smyrna Dried Figs. Preserved New Orleans Figs.
Ram Lai Tea.   Chase & Sanborn's CoffeeSs
And all Noted Brand  oi I toffei    M oca, Mocha and Java.
< ross I  I tl ei well's Pickles.
Patterson's Chutnet Pickles.    French mustard.
Sliced Smoked Beef and tbe Noted Beef Extract, Bovril.
Wo enn furnish almost any  thing desired in the
But that is not all.
Our Men's Furnishing Goods.
Continue to comprise the Largest and Finest Assortment in tho city.    Call
and see them.
GREEN BROS.,
Cornor A Avenue and Third Street, Kaslo, B. C
Provincial Secrelary's Office.
EDUCATION.
NOTICE IS HKItKHY QtVBN  THAT TIIK
annual examination ol candidate! tor
I'Ottills'lll,'- Of '[llllllllciltillll   Id   1,'Iir'll    III
the public Sohooli oi u.. Provlni e nil! be ImM
��s lolliisVH. I'umiu.'ii i'iir mi Miimliir, llll)' till,
18D8, nt 8:45 a. m:-
Vlt'TOKU-
In South I'Rrk School Building.
VANvorvEU--
ta High School Hulliling.
KAMI.OQPS-
In Publio School ituiHIng.
Eucii applicant must forward a notice, thirty
dayabefore the oxaniliiHtioii, stating the class
and grade of ccrtiflriitc lor which he will be a
c'liiiiiiliitc. tbe optional aubjecla selected, and
at which of the above named places ho will
attend.
Every notice of Intention to be an applicant
must be accoiiipiinicil with satisfactory tosii-
monlal of moral enarabter.
Candidates are notified that till of the above
requirements must bo fuliilicM before their applications can be filed.
All candidates for First, Class, Grade A, Car*
tlfleates, IncludiiiK'iraduiites, must attend in
Victoria to take the subjects prescribed for
July 18th and 14th instants, and to undergo required oral examination.
3. P. roi'E,
Superintendent of Education.
Education Office,
Victoria, May .th, 18M.
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Brightest, Newsiest Paper
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IT WILL PAY YOU. ItsUI.itO APS AND BTKAMB0AT8.
Shortest and quickest route 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 Salt Lake and Denver.
Steamer tickets to Europe and other
foreign countries.
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
three days for San Francisco.
l.cnvc '      Bpokane Time Bohedulo
"filiiti" [ Past m mi,  \Viiiiu\\alla, Port*
ii.m. I land, sun Francisco, Baker City
dally, i mui tin.' Kaat,    	
"tU'O    : l.iil'Al. M.MI.    I'ni-iir (i'Aiillli'S,
ii.m.    Farmington, Garfield,  Cousx,
daily. I Pullman uml Uobcow.
arrive
7.45"
a. iu.
dally.
0.40
p. m.
dally.
For Uirough tickets and furfur Information,
apply to JAMES WAl'Ull,
Agt I. N. & T. Co., Kuslo, lt. C,
Or nt 0. K. st N. Co.'s Offloe, 480 Riverside ave,
Bpokane, Wash.    11. M. ADAMS, General ARt.
Or   Vi. 11. Ul'l.llUItT, (i. P. A., Portland.Ore.
KASLO k SLOCAN R?
Trains Run00 Pacific Standard Time.
TIME CAHD.
Doing West. Daily Going Kast.
S.Olla. m. l.v Kaslo Ar8.60p. m.
8.86a. in. I.v South Fork At8,16p.m.
9,86 a. m. l.v Bproole's Ar _.ij p. in.
0.61 a. in. I.v Whitewater Ar2.oo p. m.
10.08 a. in. l.v Ui':.r Lake. Ar 1.48 p. m.
10.18 a. m. I.v McGulgan Arl,88p. in.
10.88 a. in. l.v Cody Junction..,.Ar 1.13 p. m.
10,60 a. in. Ar Bandon i.v t.oo p. m.
GEO. F. COTELAND, Supt.
ROBT, IRVING, Q. F. it I'. A.
The surveyor's chain made it tho
Shortrst Transcontinental Route.
lt is the most modern in equipment.
It Is the heaviest railed line.
1 has u rork-balliist roadbed.
It crosses no sund deserts.
It wus built without land grant or govt. aid.
lt is noted lor thc courtesy oi its employes.
It Is only line serving meals on la .arte plan.
Kootenay connection at Bonner's F'erry.Tuesday, Wednesday .Thursday, Saturday andSiiudiiy
TRAINS LEAVE SPOKANE.
Eastward .... B.16 a. m | Westward 8.16 p.m.
For maps, tickets and complete inloriiiatioii,
call on or address I.N.& T. Co.'s agts, K. A S. Ry,
agts, or (.'. G. DIXON,Gen. Agt., Spokune,Wn.
F. [.WHITNEY, G. P. & T. A., St. Paul, Minn
Spokane Falls
anl Northern
Nelson tf Fort Sheppard,
Red Mountain Railways.
The only all rail route without
chanjro of cars between Nelson and
Kossland and Spokane ��__ Rossland.
TIME CARS.
I.eave fi.20 a. m Nelson Arrive 5.36 p. in.
Ii'uve 12.06 ft. m... Roisland.... A rrlve 11.20 p.m.
Leave 8.80 a. m Spokune \rrlve 8.10 p. m.
Passengers for Kettle river & Boundary
ck. connect at Marcus with stage daily.
INTERNATIONAL
Navigation if Trading Co., eta
Steamers International and Alberta on Knot-
cnay I.nke and River���Summer Time Curd in et-
luct istli March, 1898-Bub]eot to ohange.
STEAMER INTERNATIONAL���Leaves Kaslo
Inr Nelson nnd way poinls,dailv except Bnnday,
8.80 a. in. Arrive Northport 9.46 p. m.; Rossland, 11.20a, in. and Bpokane, 8.10 p. nt.
Leave Nelson lor Kaslu and wav points, dailv
exeepl Sunday,r,.lidii.ni.I.euveSpolcaiie8.30n.in.';
Kossland. 8.46 a. in.; Northport, 1.86 p. in.
Five. Mile poim connection withal] passeiiKer
trains of N. st F. s. Ity. to and from Northport,
llossland and Spokane. Tickets sold and bng-
gage ohooked to all Dnltod states points.
STEAMER ALBERTA Leaves Kuslo for Kuskonook and way points nnd Honner's Ferry,Ida.
Tuesdays uud Sni unlays at 6.80 p.m., arriving at
Kuskonook at 10.80p.m. and llonner's l'errv at S
n.in. next day. Returning lvs. llonner's Perry
Wed., Fridays nnd and Sundays at 2 p. m., arv.
Kuskoiiook X p. in., Kaslo 1 a. tn, following day.
Also from May 6th steamer will make same trip
leaving Kuslo every Thursday nt 6 o'clock a. in.
Honner's Kerry connection with all passenger
trains Of G.N, Ry., arv. westward at Spokune
8.10 p. m., or lv. Bonner's Ferry for the east at
1.16 p. m.   Meals mid berths not included.
Passengers on 88. international from Nelson,
etc., for points on hike soulh of Pllol Bay, will
connect at Unit point wilh Ilie SS. Alberta.
PassengOH for Nelson via ss. Alberta, front
points south of Pilot Bay, can by arrangement
with purser ,bave stop.ovoc a< Pllol Bay or Ainsworth,or conneet with International at Kaslo.
Company's steamers connect Kootenay Lake
nnd Sloean points with nil points in II. B. and
Panada by way of Spokane and Kootenay river.
fi. ALEXANDER, General Manager.
P.O. Box 122, Ksslo, B.C.
Kuskonook and Bonner's Ferry.
Str. Ainsworth.
Leaves Kuskonook at 12 o'clock noon,Monday
Wednesday and Friday, upon arrival of Steniii-
! er Nilson wilh passengers Irom Kaslo, Ainsworth, Pilot Bay und Nelson. Arrives Honner's
Ferry 11 p. in., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves llonner's Ferry 2 p.in..Tuesday,Thursday and Saturday, upon arrival of Q. N. trains
from east und west. Arrives Kuskonook 11 p.
m.. Tuesday, Thursday nnd Sntnrday.
E. J. MATHEWS, Manager.
The Canadian Pacific Ry.
-AND���
Soo Pacific Line.
The cheapest, most comfortable and
direct routo from Kaslo to all points in
Canada and the United States. The
only lino running through tourst cars
to Toronto, Montreal and Boston, and
through tourist cars to St. Paul daily.
Magnificent Bleepers 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 7.80 a- m.
For Kuskonook and lake points, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
For Argenta and Lardo, Tuesday and
Friday at 8.15 p. m.
For fill! information, call on or address
ALDER BISHOP,
Freight and Passenger arum, Itaslo, B. c.
Or to W. F. ANDERSON,
Traveling Pass. Agt., Nelson, D. C.
E. J. COYLE,
District Passenger Agent, Vancouver.
Write for Kloinllku Folder nnd Map.
The Fa?t Line,
Superior Serviec.
Through ticket'*' to all points in United
Statiw and Canada. Direct Connection
with the Spokano Falls & Northern Ity.
TRAINS DEPART FROM SPOKANE;
N'o. 1 West,. ...*,18 p.m. | No. 2 East... .7:00 it. m.
Tickets to Japan and China via Tacoma
and Northern Pacilic Steamship Company. For information, time cards,
maps and tickets, apply to agts. of the
Spokane Falls & Northern and its connections, or to F. D. GIBBS,
General Agent, Spokane, Wash.
A, !), CHARLTON, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.,
No, 255 Morrison et,. Tort-land, Oro.
*Mtt for M��p ot Kootonay Country,
TRsVVKLKB'S UU1I1K.
Summary of Hallway unci Steamer Tluisi
Cards From Knslo.
For Whitewater, Sandon, Cody, etc., K. St. S,
Railway trains leave Kaslo dully at S a. m.; returning, arrive at Kaslo at :t..rj0 p. ni.
F'or Three Forks, New Denver, Rosebery and
Nakusp, take K. st S. Ry. from Knslo to Bandon,
and thence Nakusp A Slocan Railway, leaving
Sandon dally at 7.45 a. in.; returning, arrive
daily at Sandon at 4..V. p. in.
For Revelstoke, Vancouver, Victoria and other main line points on 0. P. R., boat from Nakusp to Arrowhead, cars to Revelstoke, thence
connect with east and west hound trains.
For Silverton, Slocan City, take Htr. Sloean on
Kloean lake,connecting with N.&S.at Rosebery.
For Northport, Spokune, Rossland and Grand
Forks, take the Str. International from Kaslo
daily at :i.;il) a. m., except Sunday, making connections at Five Mile Point with the N.&.F.s.
Ity., thence to Northport. From Northi*ort to
Spokane continue the railway, known south oi
Northport as the Spokane Palls A Northern, arriving ut Bpokane, Wash., at B.10 r. m.
Or for Spokane, take 1. N. & T. Co.'s Str. Alberta from Kaslo to honner's Ferry, Tuesdays
and Saturdays at 6 p.m. and Thursdays nl il
a.m., and connect at Honner's Ferry with Grent
Noithern trains to Spokune, arriving at 11,10
the following dny.
For Rossland change at Northport to the Red
Mountain Ky., ar living ut Rossland ai 11.30 a.m.
Or, Rowland may be reached from Nelson via
c. & K. Kv. to Robson. thenoe hv river steamer
to Trail, thence hy ('. ,t Vi. Ily. lo Kossland. Or,
Itossland may lie reached via Nakuspand Trail
hys Inns.down Arrow lakes uud Coin in bia river,
For Grand Forks and Boundary Creak points,
takes. F. si N. ity. from Northport to llossburg
or Marcus, thenee by stage across reservation.
For Alnswortli, Pilot Hay. Nelson, etc., I. N.4
T.Co.'s Str. International leaves Knslo dally,except Sunday, ut 11.211 a.m., returning,leaves Ncl-
s. .ii ut Bo, in., arriving at Kaslo about H.HOp. m.
0, P. It. Co.'s Sir. Kokunee leaves Kaslo dally,
except Sunday, at 7.30 a. ni., arriving at Nelson al 11 a. in.; returning, leaves Nelson at 4 p.
in., arriving al Kuslo nt 7.90p, in.
For Argenta and l.ardo, Sir. Kokunee makes
round trips every Tuesday and Friday, leaving
Kaslo at Bslfl p.m.
For Kuskonook, F't. Steele,etc., take Str. Kokanee Monday,Wednesday und Friday at 7.110 u.
in., or I. N. & T. Co.'s Str. Altiorla Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday al .r, i>. in.; theme by
stage to Port Steele Wednesday and Saturday.
The !,,]1.iv.ii':! Is a table nf distunes trom
Knslo to surrounding business points:
West or North.   Miles.
Whitewater  17
Hon l.ake 20
McGiiigun  211
Bandon, B hours 29
Cody  81
Three Corks  38
New Denver 88
Itosebery -il
Silverton  4*1
Sloean City OS
Nakusp 70
Hurloii Cltv  93
l.ardo  18
Argenta 20
Duncan City 84
llalc.yoiiHolSprlngs B&
Airnwhead  105
Laurie 109
Thompson's I.uud'g.HU
Trout l.ake City..   12ft
Ferguson 130
Revalstoke, ;u hrs..188
Vernon. . . . , 228
Penticton 208
Keinloops 261
Asheroft S08
Lylton 3fiC>
Yale 409
New Westminster. .503
Vancouver, 61 hrs. .512
Victoria, iii) hours. ,596
'cattle, 28 houra .. .580
Tsnoma, SO hour!, .020
Portland,�� hours, m
Kasl or South.     Miles.
AI nswortli   12
I'ilot Hay 20
Halfour 28
Sanca  88
Nelson, 1 hours 42
Ymir (10
Robson 70
Trail 91)
Northport. 7 hours,111:1
Rowland, 10 hours. .120
Bossburg 122
Marcus I3n
Grnud Forks 180
Greenwood 11)2
Anaconda its',
Boundary   2110
Midway 201
Bpokane, 13 hours. .232
K askonook 45
Gout lliver li.",
ltt.'dl!ngton(Rykcrts)77
Port Hill 7s
Lucas uts
Honner's Ferry, 13 hi 10
Moyle City 125
Swansea 135
Wardner. H.C 140
Cranbrook 150
Fori Steele IM)
Canal Flats l��o
Windermere 210
Donald 215
Golden 230
Sana , .311
1
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$1
KASLO!
THE BUSINESS CENTER
OF THE
AINSWORTH
MINING
DIVISION !
>And the  gateway to the Great Sloean With Its Score or More of
Dividend
f
1
Payin
Properties
��
Is being expended in Public
Improvements This Year I
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Caldwell & Evans,
Mining Properties, stocks and Real Estate for
INSURANCE AND LOANS.
Correspondence Invited.
: C. F. CALDWELL and C. 1, EVANS,
KASLO, B. C.
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 if|
the Outer World through two Great Railway and Steamboat Companies. fj||
Large Pay Rolls from local Lumbering, Ore Sampling and Other Industries.
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