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 0. STRATHEARN
(iNotonly does the best watch re-rf
it pairing In town, but finds he also.(
ti lines tbe beet that In done in town (
OPPOSITE FOSTOFFICK.   ��
THE KASLO MORNING
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VOL. III.
KASLO, B. C, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 14.TB98.
NO. 41.
RETURN OP POPULAR ARTISTS
Mr. Mnckeozie and Miss Glover Again
in Scottish Entertainment.
IRE CONSIDERING THE CERTAINTY OF EARLY DEFEAT
The many admirers of Mr. William
Mackenzie and MIsb Jessie Glover, who
are enroute to tbe east, will be delighted to hear that, in compliance
with Kaslo's desire strongly expressed
by a special deputation who waited
upon these artists at the conclusion of
their performance here on the 26th of
.May last, another treat has been arranged for tomorrow night.
Mr. Mcintosh has graciously placed
the use of The Olympic Hall at the
disposal of Mr. Mackenzie's company,
and arrangements have been made to
provide for 300 patrons and extra stage
effects.
The program is even better than the
last, which received such an enthusiastic reception.
A special feature will be tho Forest
Scene, from Ingomar, the Barbarian,
the great poetio drama, in which Mr.
Mackenzie appears in the title role and
Miss Glover as Parthenia, the Greek
Maiden.
It is needless to speak in praise of
artists who have ao( firmly established
themselves in tho hearts of those who
had the pleasure of hearing their
unique evening entertainment; we
need only advise all who have not
had the privilege, to take advantage of
this opportunity.
The prices are only 50 and 26 cents
Tickets,  and   plan  of  reserved seats
open today, at Stephenson's drug store.
It will be necessary to secure tickets
early to avoid inconvenience.
Spanish Mioister for Colonies Says, Inly a Miracle
,,
ADDITIONAL LOCAL MENTION.
Read Kaslo's only daily.
Capt. Will J. Kane, of the tug Marian was up from Kuskonook yesterday.
From Sandon's mines 23,523 tons of
ore have been shipped since August 1,
1807.
Tk QaeeiRept Would Transfer Responsibility to tie Infanta Isabelfe���-The
iz Fleet Is U
If. S. Army ^f Invasion Sails' fer kk 15,000 Strong���African Trouble Between France
and England Finally Settled.
W. R. Winstead, of the Elkhorn
mine, near Whitewater, came down on
Sunday's train.
C. H. Baker, the butcher, left for
Ft. Steele yesterday, where he is interested in some valuable gold claims.
David Brown, of the Hazlewood
Dairy, Spokane, spent Sunday in the
city, after a trip through the Slocan.
Sandon has given up the idee, of a
celebration on Dominion Day, but will
do the honors on Labor Day, Sept. 5.
London, June 1.3.���It is said that
communications on the question of intervention are passing between Vienna, Paris, Berlin and St. Petersburg,
Emperor Joseph taking the initiative.
The Spanish, however, must face the
situation squarely. Cuba and Porto
Rico will obtain their independence,
and in all probability the U. S. will retain tbe Philippines as security for Indemnity, which is not likely to be paid
for many years.
"Spending Tbelr Money an They See Fit."
Saute body has sent Mayor Houston of
Nelson a marked copy of the last Saturday's issue of the Kaslo Morning News
containing In interview form, a protest
by Kaslo athletes against a distribution of prizes that discriminates
against Kasloites in the sports of the
Dominion Day celebration at Nolson.
Mayor Houston,accordingly pens us the
following extremely courteous epistle:
Nelson, B. C, June 13.
Editor News, Kaslo:
Dear Sir���A marked copy of the
News receiyed this morning. Although I am a member of the Dominion Day celebration committee, I had
nothing to do with arranging the
prizes. But I understand the money
was contributed by the people of Nelson, and tbey are probably doing as
the people of other towns do���spend-
ng their own money as they see fit.
' Yours Truly,   John Houston.
'���Only ii Miracle Can Save Manilla."
London, June 13.���Senor Romero
Giron, Spanish minister for the colonies, according to a Madrid despatch,
said in an interview:
"Nothing short of a miracle can save
Manilla."
Queen Would Transfer Regency.
London, June 13.���Reports are rife
that the Queen Rcgont of Spain wishes
to transfer the regency to the Infanta
Isabella and let her aocept American
conditions.
Niger Boundary Dispute Settled.
Paris, June 13.���The Niger boundary dispute in which English papers
and politicians bave professed to soe
a war cloud, is practically settled. A
convention covering all disputes is
ready for signatures.
France gets two commercial depots
on the lower Niger for outlets far
Frenoh trade with Upper Dahomey,
while Great Britain's gain consists of
territory on the Goh! Coast.
Second Manilla Expedition Ready.
San Francisco, June 13.���Major General Merritt has issued verbal instructions through Major General Otis, that
colonels commanding regiments and
battalions are designated to sail on the
second Philippine expedition. They
will have finished placing aboardship
all camp equipments by next Tuesday
and must bo ready to embark their
troops by noon Wednesday.
Blanco "Looking for the Inevitable.
London, June 13.���The Madrid correspondent of the Daily News telegraphs that General Blanco's last despatch ia less sanguine. Military precautions have been taken to quell disturbances when the inevitable happens. ���  *-
British Collier Captured.
New Yorlc, June, 4*3.���A Herald despatch says:
"The merchantman captured by the
auxiliary cruiser St.. Louis last Friday
night was the British steamer Twickenham with 3,200 tons of coal for Spanish fleet.   She was sent to Key West."
A telephone line is being built up to
the Noble Five. Machinery for tho
compressor plant is expected in a few
days and will be installed at once.
Many favorable comments are heard
on the improved appearance, of our
streets since the bridging, grading and
sidewalking contracts were finished.
This afternoon W. H. Sinclair of this
city will be married to Miss Estelle
Skead of Winnipeg. The ceremony
will be performed at Nelson by Rev.
.Menzies. Mr. Cook will act as the best.
man, and the entire party returns to
Kaslo this evening.
Gaining Strength Every Day.
The meeting of Mr. Retallack's supporters last night at their headquarters in the McGregor block was largely
attended. His cause ia gaining ground
every day. His formal acceptance of
the nomination may be expected soon.
Hugo A. Kiesling of Spokane, representing the Washington Feed Oo., was
lo town Ull "Wing.
Cadi* Fleet I'nseaworthy.
Washington, June 13.���Word has
beeu received by the navy department
through an unofficial source that Ad-
Camara's Cadiz lleet le found unfit for
It. H. Army of Invasion 15,000 Strong.
Washington, June 13.���The U. S.
army of invasion sailed at daylight for
Cuba from Key West 15,000 strong.
First American! to Fall in Cuba.
Off Guantanamo, Sunday, June 12,
via Mole St. Nicholas, June 13.~-In a
14 hour continuous night defense of the
cable station by Lieut.-Col. Huntington's marines from the Panther,against
Spanish guerillas, four Americans
were killed and one wounded. The
advance pickets are unaccounted for.
The Spanish lost is unknown, but is
doubtlw�� largo.
Wreck of  Britiah Steamer Arbeln.
Rt. Johns, Nfld., June 13.���The British str. Arbela, Captain Smith, from
St. John, N. B., for Liverpool, which
went ashore in St. Mary's Bay last
Friday, is a total wreck, full of water
and her deck load adrift. Tho wreck
has been condemned and passengers
and crew are now on their way to this
port in the tug Ingram.
Cruiser San Francisco Ashore.
Highland Light, Mass., June 13.���
The U. S. cruiser San Francisco ran
ashore during a dense fog this morning
at a point a half mile west of High
Head life saving station. The cruiser
lies in an easy position and it is
thought will float without injury at
high water.
(xuantanamo Occupation a Masterstroke.
London, June 13.���A Paris despatch
says:
':Critics here regard the occupation
of Guantanamo harbor as a master
stroke and the fact that three thousand Spaniards allowed a landing is
ominously significant.
E D.Hicks of the Pacific hotel leaves
this-morning for New Denver to superintend the development of some mines
near that city. He will be gone all
summer. The lodging house part of
the hotel will be conducted under
lease, the bar and dining room being
closed.
HKJH WATER NOTES.
Nelson-Kuskonook Telograph Line.
On the C. P. R. telegraph line from
Nelson to Kuskonook now in course of
construction, the wires have been
strung for a distance of five miles south
of the outlet lighthouse, along the west
shore of the lake. The work is under
the supervision of H.. Mclntyre, C.
P. R. line inspector lor Kootenay,formerly an operator in the Kaslo office.
V. 8. War Revenue BUI Signed.
Washington, Juao IS.���The war rev-
enuo bit] was sent to the president and
���igstf today.
Hungarian Gypsy Woman Just Arrived 1
Don't fail to call on The Hungarian
Gypsy Woman, who tolls your fortune
only with the Gypsy Cards; without asking a question she tells what you came
fo**, your past, present ond future.
She will be here only a few days, so
call early." -���
Room in tho building; next to the ftr
cific Hotel, Kaslo.
Tho Chinese gardens on the flat are
beginning to be flooded.
Water is up to the passenger
form of the K. & S. road.
���lut-
Last week th�� river fell several feot
at Bonner's Ferry, but is now rising
Thus far the lake has risen over 17
feet, and old timers pay it will go
higher.
The lake, has been rising steadily for
tbe last several days,'and. is still getting higher.
D R. Young of the Slocan News-ii
ia town,. *.
Kaaio river is.a seething torreut, the
loggers taking advantage of it to drive
several thousand feet in the last few
days.
Manager Nat wick, of tbe steam laundry, has found it necessary to teach his
horse to swim since higttwater, to get
to his stable.
'*n*r
RMd th�� KmIo Moraing New*, 4
Till! KASLO JHJAR.
PirSLtSHED EVlCRY MOBOTNG EXCEPT
Monday at Kaslo, B. c
hy The News Pub. Co.
Subscription, $1 por moii'lli    Advertising rates made known on application.
JUNE, 1898.
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EDITOBIAL OU-TCKOl PINGS
Cliff, the Oracle, hns spoken
:, lite iiix'woi'lcs proceed !
Now
it is very unsclfiHh in the Opposition
'11 offer to nssun.0 the onerous duties of
irovernment. but then British Columbia has a reputation to sustalu at home
and abroad, and muni, ior thai reason
rcfiii.r the kind offer.
Mayor .lohn Houston of Nelson, with
great hospitality, in his commuuica
tion elsewhere*, practloally invites tho
people of Kaslo and Sandon to stay at
home on Dominion Day If*tbey do not
'ilsi Nelson s-i't'anjreinentH. fn that.
soil of thing characteristic of Opposl-
1 ion ci'.f.dii..dt's, rr Is it, recnlt.arty
iluiiMtone-s_rte? vVe-hojift ho '1 ie. wit
Speak foi the people of Nels-in, ntid wc
do not believe that he does.
The business interests of West Kootenay should be trifled with no longer.
1 in* votftwrif this riding-owe It tlu-tu-
elvcs, to others who have invested
iarpc amounts here, to see that 'some-
man thoroughly in touch with the.Cov-
ernment is returned at the fortb'edraing
elections, July 9. It Is absolutely impossible that any man can ,bo. of auy
assistance whatever to the business interests of thlis riding, whose highest
conception of statesmanship is in putting himself in opposition to the every
siffot't of the eonstituted Government.
LOCATIONS.
Juno 13.���Big Four, Woodbury erk..
by W. B. Conroy.
Two Mile Creek and Kootenay, on
Duncan river, by Jay Graves.
Primrose, Duncan river, by A. E.
Noren. ��� ,
Sundown, Bear creek, by George
Wooster.
Evening Stae, Bear creek, hy Jay
Graves.
Black Diamond, Boar ereek, by Jas.
Hanson.
Silver King and Silver Dollar, Bear
creek, by Jay Graves.
Columbia, Bear creek, by A. Noren.
Great Western, Bear creek, by Jas.
Haii son.
Polar fraction, Kaslo creek, by W.R.
Winstead and H. Williams.
Forest Queen, 2 m. from Whitewater
by W. It. Wlnstead.
Azore, Lyle creek, by H. Williams.
Shanghigh, near Fry creek, by lt. J.
Stevenson.
CERTIFICATES.
June 13.���Bear by J. Melloy.
Hazel, by II. Williams.
Susie B., Yubiu'.nm,Silver Queen and
Me'Nabb, by Win. H.'Hamilton.
Rono, Red Prince, Odin, by H.
Br acker.
.MF.TAl. UL'OTATIONR.
Now York, June 12.���Silver, Wi^n
Lead- -Men ly; brokers' price, W.tt>, exchange
H 75(88.85,
J Irom now on, whether Btaked correctly
! or'not, the  surveyor may   adopt  the,
j boundary   liacs   of  the    surrounding
I claims, provided no side exceeds 1500 i
feet iu length.   In other words, tl* lo-
cator is entitled to the vaoant ground
that he claims,   even If he doos not |
stake it it mob a manner as to include
It alii with it he seldom does.
By a recent decision of  tho courts a
prgspoetor loot a claim because of iu- J
ablltty to seeur.* the post neoessary to
ri^k the  location.   The  amendment ���
provides that in cases where claims are ',
'  ' lj" above the timber  line,   or the'
prospector can not  secure  the  neces- \?    y\V] PPQ ftfppl  "ToH ***>
sii'ry ppsts, he may erect monuments of       \Ja- ���L"*L'v70j kj u'UC/J. J. *L/<7Li*5|
Jointed or Tele-
Ho, Fishermen.
Will supply you
with EvertMiig
Needful at Low
What the people of this riding are
Interestedin at this time   Is   see'njf a
eprosentative at Victp/ia who will ad-
.���anr.o the bustpess Interests of Koote-
oay, instead Of.stis.**Yl;i��a<,vay' on thedel-
cato nerves of capita), wl'th' a "reform
bow. Development is what we want,
and wi cannot get,Jt with a parsimonious lejfi-laturo and .Government. Every thouBhWd'aqllars worth of development in rbe way ot, public works In
Kootenay today will be worth In a few
years to the Province and Dominion
twenty thousand dollars, and to the
oeoplo hore. many thousands more.
Send a re^esQptatlve to ..Victoria who
is broad mjnded enough to Bee the it 1-
vantage of developing our resources,
and we Will recover rapwlly from tho
effects of having been misrepresented
for the. past eight years.
The following li a partial statement of ore
���lilpigonta over tbe 0, i*. it. from Blocan,and
' ai*_oau point* since .Ia:iiniry tut, not inelmled
;.-. lhuforS-OlU-1
Si hie
Vancouver.
Tims, Mine.
40 silver Gun.
folia.
440
.Simian Star     uXilWaverley       60
Pi
iiyne.
Enterprise	
���Concentrates.
19SU Idaho    1009
ill Queen Bess     fill!
Of tho foregoing, the following have paid dividends aa follows:
i'ayne Sl.MHI'WoNolile Five ... 40,000
Blooan star..   400,000|Oooaenodgb.., 83,800
Kuth        .voOsOOij^vVftaiiingtou... 20,000
Reco      2S7.f��0i);Ja4*keon  _o,oin
Ram bler-Cari..      -I.IHHt Surprise  81,000
Resides the foregoing, other mines, linstock-
ed, have pnid dividends aa IoIIowr:       '
Idaho. i 240,0001 Last Chnnce.,.
Whitewater ..
Slocnn Boy...
194,000] Antolne.
26,000 Monitor..
37,000
115,000
15,000
Following Ie a comparative statement of or*
shipped from parts of thc Blocan and Ainswortb-
mining districts, passing through the custom
house at Kaaio to foreign smelters for the five
recorded months of 1895, all of 1896 andl897:
��.���,- Gross Weight   Gross Valueof
���*ear' of Ore in Lbs.   Ore in Dollars
1895 (5 months)  !2,_02,890 |   114,541
1890 (12 month.*)....        '.'8,344,524 1,114,116
18U7 (12months).... 73,596.390 8,099,836
Totals.
99.148.804
M.328.49
n'iiiTOCK QUOTATIONS.
Following ls a table of the leading stocked
mining companies of the Slocan and Ainsworth
mlnltiK il!visjg-u:
Companies,
MIRIKGRECORDS.
,i t'RAN8FBR.S.... ,
[When no cmpit-oration Is mentioned
the nominal sun of $1 is understood."!
June 13.���1-10 Acme and Zone, 7 m.
i.e. Kaslo, *A. Moher to J. F. Hall and
H. S.'Hali.        "'i
1-10 Dessa fraction, True Blie, mtn.,
A. C. Poarson to Geo. Stott, $50.
1-10 Devvle, TrtieBlue mtn., P. H-
V        to Geo. Stott.
Payne	
Blocan Star	
"Ruth	
Reco	
Noble Five	
Washington....
Rambler-Cariboo.
Surprise.. 	
Charleston	
Goodenough	
Oreat Western
No. of
Shares
Par    Market
Value , Value
1.000,000!
1,000,0001
120,0001
1,000,000
1,100,000
1,000,000
1,000 0001
���,>w,onol
150,000i
800,000:
800 000
Jiickson(Sorlli'tiHell)   UHoiOOO
A mortcan Boy      1,000,000
Kiifcliis.Mmiti-7.uma. ...    1,350,000
Dardanelles     l,000,0(Ki
Gibson I     650.100
Wonderful     1,000,000
St. Keverne     I.oon.noo
Idler I   1.000,'.K"0
London Mill i     ��-0,ikki|
Black Diamond i  1,200,000
Ilelllo I     7W.000I
Sllen     1,000,0001
cLeod I  1.000,009
Twin I  1,000,000
|2.S0l <*.
.501 f2.00
�� *
(1.00 1.60
1.001 .18
1.00
1,00
1.00
1.00
1.00
.80
1X��;
1.001
1.001
l.oo!
1.00
1.00'
l.OOi
l.ooi
.21,
Mi
i.ooi
1.00
1.00
l.OOi
.25
.22
.28
.80
.25
.15
.25
.ot
|j
.04
.15
.25
.11
.07).
.15
v**To stock on the market
0RK8KIPSTEKTB.
From Jan. 1,1898, to date tne leading mines
olthe Slocan region  bave snipped over the
Kaslo .It Slocan Railway for water  transportation from Kaslo, as follows:
earth or stone
th stakiugr an extension the posts are
often planted so as to form   a   wedj��e-
ebape fraction between two ends of thc I
two claims.   These fractions have uft- j
on incurred great oxponse, not only in
recording and surveying, but in cases I
where they carry the lead, and thus be- |
come of such value as to promote liti- i
gatiort.   The amended  act authorises j
the surveyor to ioclude such  fractiou,
provided it dcies* not cover more than I
51.65 acres, the area of a full claim,)
and provided further that two location \
posts are tog other. i
By failure to record assessment work
within tho required period of one year,
either through oversight  or the mi"-
understandlng of partnership iuteres,tS) |
valuable claims have beeu lo.t.   Nov),,
If a prospector fails to record the work
within a year, he hiiB 30 days' addition-;
al time in which to make the record by
payment ol on extra $10.
Another change  regarding  the  as-1
sessment work   is  in  that  particular i
which, called for work to the amount of I
$100 each. year.,,. -Ww,' a miner can  da
and record as many assessments as  he
pleases in a year by paying the recording fee tor each aspcssmcnt done to the
i-x'itmtof *10().
Incase anybody should adverse an
application for a certificate ot Improvement and crown pruiit, the coutostaut
must have his claim surveyed immediately and file n plan made and signed
by an authorized provincial land surveyor with the writ.
To obtain a crown grant in 18% it
was necessary to do assessment work to
thc amount of $500 and to have the
cliimsurveyed, which meant auother
$100. In 18147 the act was amendedise
as to provide tlmt up lo May 1, ISO!*!,the.
cost nf ouch ourvoy should count ag
WOrk done on the claim, not to excead ftfoflssTQ
$100.   Tn plain Kngllsh,  it eoiuuej as- %-,'V T
t.n assessment and a.-; work toward  th��    ' l
crown grant,   A survey gtinerally cot-tu   iiliil     I)lP**i
11.00s  'The last legislature cxtetiJp the   trvi-1-v-1   J-'J'oo
time to May 1, 1890.
Hti'Miiltei', In ativerso proceedings In ^      ,   <
connection with the title to i;mineral
claims, before any court, each party to
the proceedings shall give alilruiativc
evidence of title. Heretofore tho burden ofproof Was"6h the contestant.
The fee for recording assessment
work has lieen reduced from $2.75 to
.$2.50. Heretofore the fee for recording
assessments ha*; been 25 cents higher
than other fees.
Anybody who pulls down a legal pout
erected to mark a bonndai'y or location
of u mineral claim, or any . writing by
low required to bis thereon, is liable to
imprisonment for six months or a line
of $250, or both. This is supposed to
bo directed particularly toward preventing the use of old posts by people
wtio testake a claim and sometimes destroy evidences of a prior location.
t
scoped;   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 the Grocery Department, a fine line of Fancy Groceries will soon
arrive.   Try our Klondike Deviled Crabs, now here.
in tho Clothing Department, try our celebrated lighter weights  of
Health Underwear for warmer weather.
H.Giegerich
Kaslo,    Sandon,    Ainsworth
FA       iin W.   in ^T^
<or jthe Jobbing   | rade !
Just Received, a Large Invoice of Cigars, Including KfiY
WEST, SYLVIA, OLYMPIA, CORONA, DEL HKY, ES-
PANOLA, TRIUMPO, MONOPOLE AND SWELL !
This Is in addition to my already well established GROCERY
TRADE. . I, A. KICKERS.
THE KASLO GROCERY, p^8^'*,^.T^<B��oiumbu,
Screw
Plates
General Hardware !
Paints, Oils, Garden Tools.
Hamilton Byers,   Kasl��
AQENT TRt'AX AUTOMATIC ORE CARS.
Sandon.
If you want the news while it
it IS news, subscribe for tho
Kaslo Morning News. Its
only $1 per month "
1 if p.���'���: ������
If you're after the news���red
hot from the wires���read the
News.       :     :     :   . :     :
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
The Davis hm
Apartments for gentlemen.
Everything tlrst-class. A
dining room In connection.
. J. C. DAVIS, Proprietress.
McPhail block, Fifth and
Front streets, Kaslo, B. C.
Mine. Tons.iSnut.
Payne      2Soti:Eureka	
Bnth    ��B-j Fidelity	
Whitewater     r>(57!8overcfaii
Reco.     SGOiQueen Bonn..
4-8|Jarkson...
Tons,
42
18
20
170
Sloean Slar*     ��8Jaikson      4g
Rambler-Cariboo     SMGlbao*.       16
I.nckv Jim     900 Monteiuwa*     578
Last. Chuni'i'      SSOt'hark'stini       80
Goodenough      20lAntoIne... 186
Dardanelles      ��7 Ajax      49
52 Bii
Silver Bell .
fi2 Bismarck
r.:i
' Concentrates.
CHAN-IKS IN MINING LAWS.
The following changes tn the Brltish,
Columbla mining laws should be care'
fully studlod by those Interested In
mining in this Province: .
First of these refers to tbe location
ol fractions.   In sll fractions surveyed
Central Hotel,
FRONT 8T��� KASLO; B.C,
New Building.���Newly Furnished Thro'ughOut.
Best Roorasjn the City,
A FIRST CL.V88 BAR IN CONNECTION.
HECTER it CO.     .
Adams House,
KASLO, B. C.
RATER, $1 PER DAY AMD UI'WAIIDS,
Adam* Bros., Props.
Sole ag.nt* for l"Aust BEF.lt, Milwauk��w���Wi��.
Nelson House,
KASLO,B.C. ..  .    .
KELSON A BUST RUM, PROl^Hl^l^pkF
Nicely lurntahed roohtu, Bar*��U��lock��d, Spokane Beer on Draught "byHhoonir or .nan.
Bait free lunch lu the city.
P. BURNS & CO.,
EA8LO   MARKET.
All Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats.
FISH ^5 POULTRY IN SEASON
Silver King Hotel
OTTO AUGUSTINE, PROPRIETOR.
Bar and Billiard Room
IN CONNECTION.
Rooms from $2 per week up. Newly furnished
throughout. Electric Lights. Front at., next
door to Post Office, Kaslo, B. C.
Lake View
Restaurant.
BY P. P. FOSSOM,
Reasonable Prices and Good Living
FRONT STREET,      '���      ~   ���      KASLO, B. C.
McLeod Hotel,
ARGENTA, BRlTOn COLUMBIA.
New House.   Newly Furnished.   Good Accommodations, Vi. II. BELL, Propr.
Ealama Hotel,
KUSKONOOK. BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Otherwise Armstrong's Landing
and Gout Kiver Landing.
Mrs, Win. Middleton. Propr.
We cater especially to the traveling public,
I)
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
R.J. IMI. ROGERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate Trinity University, Toronto, Ont
Member of College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Licentiate of tho B. ('..Council. Late of New
York Hospitals and Polyclinic. Offloe on A
av. Hospital, cor.iith at. and B ave., Kaslo,ll c
T)R. A. S. MARSHALL,
DENTIST.
ir��l
r.",     I
C.iu.iiiiiU>of American College.Cbicago
i. KASLO, B. C.
' W. S. TWISS,
Real Bstate^and Mining Broker!
ASSURANCE
fire. Life, Accident and Guarantee.  KrontSt.
KASLO, ��, C.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
Confectionery,
Tobacco, Cigars /
Best in every line. A stock of fancy groceries is soon to be added to our stock.
Carney Bros.,
Front St., opposite Kaslo Hotel, Knslo, B, C.
J. Turner & Co.,
Postofflce Bo* 29.
Wholesale dealer- in Ray,
Oats, Bran, Chop * Fruits.
Agent for Marshall's Teas,
importers of Cigars and Tobacco. Mail orders iiroropt-
.ly filled	
Front st., near NewsOdior, Kaslo, B.C
K
OOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
White Labor.
Improved Machinery.
The Best Work at
RetiTOnable Prices,
Kaslo, B. C.
STEAMER HALYS.
CAPTAIN W. W, sVFST.
Does Jobbing Trade on Kootenay Lake.
Leave orders with Gem ,;e Holier, Interna*
tion-il Wliarf, Kaaio.
For Freshest Fruits
HSBE--
W. MeadowsJ
Front Street, Opposite Stephenson's Drug Store, "Sitslo...
Also Fine line of CONFECTIONERY"!
TOBACCO ASu ClOARS. si-**,-SSS^
sitriiV
-iii.
.-"*- ���>*-.���
��S*Bu . ,
v<
JeverT
;'���-       ' Seo such a nice line of
���f      Fishing Tackle r.s we ave
showing this month?
y Take a look, at it and
'*- be convince:! .$a$ Ut ��*��/*!
47 the ijest intowu. ii(io_?t  ���   ,...
;f cost   any  thing to look,
.;������ and if you buy, you   will
*>.' find prioes lowest of the
/ low.
it Fine Watch Repairing.
j LAMONT & YQ.UNG-
' Sporting Good-*, a Specialty.
Bl 1 mi WmWaWaWaWaWaWalki
fk "LOCAL AND dCNKRAL MENTION.
Official Directory.
. i^'iirnar-sjuneml
, l'mmie"
'DbMINION JJIREt'TORV.
i, .il o. Absrdeen
Wilfrid Utttftor
l'remici Sir WflifidJjtfSTtor
Mejnber Hmisenf Commune, Doml-ion Pfirlia- ���
merit, for Went Kootenny    .   He��iit.��.nsttic'lc
,    .. s  ,	
.   PROVINCIAL DEWSCTORY.
���iJ'.iir,.(;'overiHir Hon. T. B. Mclnnes
filmier   ".-    .* .       Hum J. H, Turner
.AMernuv-Uiineral . . "-'��������� ''��� M- Ebcrts
���(���oiii.i-iiWud8��iiu\\<i]'Us   .    .Hou.C.B. Martin
Itf ItiiMcJ* Mines nud V-iIiinat imi . HnUas.Baker
. President Executive c-.itc'1 .    lo.'i.O^.Poowy
WpvlnclArMInerftloglsi .
Members Legislative A&siubl fur ViVl "**not*.
etisv���North Hiding    ....       j. Jl,.. I* cllle
Soutl.'Riding 3.V. Hume
KAHLO OFFICIAL DlBKC.l"6i.V.
.".favor  Che sW-fMcAM
���Aldermen   A.W. Goodenough, F.E.   .ttherj". I*.
Moor*, ii  Martin, D. W. Moore, Geo   Whit" ride.
"City Clerk
. X'n'ice Mapiatrtiifi
City Marshal    .
;A'��si��tant     ...
Auditor    .
Treasurer    .
A����esHor     ���      .     ���     .*
Watti (oiuinissiouer   .
HCallli ortloer   .
t'ilv I'ouucll meets evefy ii cunortuay  i p:< ��i
���vftjnall, 4th St., between Front st. nnd A a*ve
VOIsUNTRER FIKB DKPABTMBHT T.
.  Chief ��uj,*l F. S IctcUcT
��� First Iioimty Chief ... (Jo o. Rein
Second lSepnty chief. . . . Jul) noilli*
Thjjfl Deputy Chief      .      .      Ceo. W uilesido
"Seen tary Archil 'Morris
���Treasurer C!ui    Adams
,       ���      DISTRICT U1RKCTORY.
.'-Iliilngltecorder-Assossor.Tax Col. .  T: no.Keel',
.Collector of Customs      .      .      .'. P IK cinto>-li
School Trustees���AiiirusU'arne;, J. D . Moore.
G. 0. Buchanan, l'rlncipal- Prof. Jas. I tlslop.
. * KASLO rOSTOFFlCE.
General delivery onnn dailv (Su ndayi CXOept-
eilj IrbiuS as in. until 7 p. m.   Lobby o^ enfrooi
7 a. m. to9..i0p. m.   Mails for deipi.tchi ilosecv-
cry'evening except Saturday und Sund1 ay, at 9
"i, ft.   Mails afriv*- from United States a ndjafce
E. ",J5. i.'hl;-innu
A ex Lucas
.   X  . V. Adams
A V. A. Milne
C. I) . McKcnzic
.   ..*���. lis Urei.il
S. P. Tuck
H.   A. Cockle
Dr. J. F.  B Bogea
iVednoriday   lo.*n.nt
)p. in.   Monuv order ��sfticT��  mi
office Savings Hunk open 9 a. in. to 6 p. 1   _.
S. IF. OAKEN, Postm   aster.
��� CHURCH DIRECTORY.       ,'* ?i"*
IfETHODIsT CHURCH���COr, C and 5th i it.   t*l-
viui services evory Sunday 11 n. m. nnd    7.01) p.
m. Sunday school 2.30. Strangers welct   one.
Rev. J. A. Wood, Pa , stor.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Cor.-Itn ��t.    and I!
ave. Services overy Sunday 11 a. m. ar    d 7.H
p. in. Sunday school and Uibleclasn,2J   (1 p:"i.
Prnyermeeting wedneeaayiwenliiiBer   clock.
Free, scats. Strangers heartily welcome.   .
Rev. A. D. Menzies Minit    ler.
CnURCn OF ENGLAND���8outhwesl cor.'    of C
ave. and 6th st. Services every Sunday a   111 a.
'tu. and 7.30 p. >e. Altaco coidiully invtti   id.
Rev. David Richards, Mlssionerin CB   urge.
CATHOLIC CHURCH���Corner C avenue     *,nd
fith st.   No regular pastor at pie-sent.   C c oas-
ional services Dy special announcement.
FRATERNAL O-tGANI'siATJONS
MASONS-Kaslo Lodge M��.a&.-ft
A. M., meets Uml Sitooilay in <
^Fjtr month at Masonic hatl oyer }
/*^/\ Bros", store. Visiting brotW
t ��� �� vlted to attend. H. Brers. V
h. E. Chipman, Secretary. ���
MASONIC CHAITSR���Kootenay Clianw'
' M., holds regular convocation*! on toe
Tuesday of each month in Masof.ic heJ
F. &
iverx
ireen
s   ln-
M.
Visiting ruinpisnions are cordially iuv
'Chas. Trumbull .Scribe ft.      E. E. Chlj
r,R A.
second
1,Kaslo
'Ued.
^^^^^^^���^^^^^^^^���,���^���r-        .man, Z.
MACCABEES-Slocan Tsnt No. 6. Kr;    j-Mg of
the Maccabees, meets secojM and K>c   .rtSMon-
daysofeachmonth.atLivingitojv'g-' i s_u__*__io
Visiting Knights cordi-allyhviltij.   17     -
W. A. Ijajles. C*_m   inlander.
iKilpri Johuson, Keever ol Reeoros. -,
FORESTERS���Court Kaslo Ho. 83ST.
ent Order of Fo-estters.   Me*ls   ith
each month   tu Victoria   house'
brethren arecoidanUy invited.
W. B. S'.r_thcni, Chi
Vi. .I.Hall, Recordtog Socrotary.   .
_fc_liUai ���'
Indepond
Friday  of
Visiting
ct Itanger.
Provincial Secreia ry's Office.
EDUCAT ION.
���VrOTICE IS HEREBY ( ilVEN  THAT THE
1\    annual oxamlnatloi i of candidates for
TT <     tertiflcales of quail flcatipn to teach In
thi. public Schools of the I rovlnce will be held
-.  I .!!��...��   nnxMnnssols,,, ftl        .    ss.........       I..!..     >.l
as follows, commencing oi
_��98,at 8:45 a. m:���
VICTOR
In South Park Bo)
VANCOU
wuInHlghBcho.
���**���- KAML(
fin Public Sell
Each applicant must
i Monday, July 4th,
IA-
lool Building.
VEK-
,1 Buildini:.
)OPS-
ool Building.
forward a notice, thirty
Items of Interest to the Citizens of Kaslo, Occurring Here and There.
Al Slee and C. N. Owen made a ter-
UjjaiCsBpslaugJit on the finny tribe last
Sunday.   Result:   several  running   in
weight from 8 to 11. pounds, bosidos
many smaller trophies.
E. J. BMeld, for a long time manager
of the Wonderful mine, came up from
Spokane on the Alberta Sunday night,
leaving for the mini? at Sandon yesterday morning.
Miss Virginia Winston, daughter of
Attorney General Patrick Henry Winston, of Spokane, with Mrs. P. W.
Branson, spent Sunday in Kaslo en
route to tho Slocan.
W. E. Hodden' is justly indignant at
the carelessness of some one who left
two sticks of dynamite aud a box of
caps near the new A avenue cut, which
his children found on Sunday. Tho
little boy threw the dynamite twenty
feet down into the cut, but fortunately
She explosive did not go otT, but. was
removed to a safe Dlace by Mr. Hodder.
The best private bo sea in town at
the Queen Restaurant. Open day and
night. *
L. ��.'. Henderson, the peripatetic directory man from Vaniioarer, was in
town yesterday.
M. Un/.icker, of Frazer & Chalmors,
ruining machinery makers, Chicago,
took in Kaslo"* beau .ties on Sunday on
his way to the big s ilvcr mines.
Rev. A. D. Menzies has gone to Nel
son to meet bis sister, from Ontario,'!
who will keep house for him'in the
manse.:'
Nelson's ratepayers have decided to
bond the city for $85,000, of which 840,
000 Is to purchase tho electric plant.
Try the table au the |Davls House.
See adv. *
Almost any honr*i of tho day knots of
men can be seen o o tha street gazing,
through glass or with naked eye, al
the tunnel mouth . of the now famous
True Blue, tn pla In eight southwest of
the city. The article in Sunday's
News, giving del ails of the sale to tbe
liall Mines for J65,000, has excited a
U'toat deal of int .orest in Kaslo's gokl-
Copper gtriko am  ,ong mining men.
Is This What Vou Ave Looking For?
Comfortable, clean, well furnished
rooms by the dny, week or month at
reasonable prices at the Victoria) A
avenue, near Sth street. No bar attached. Baths freo to guests. A specially low rato ot Irom W up per month
to permanent roomers.
W .1. Hall, Propr.
t
For best rooms s. with or without board
try the Davis Hi   >use.   See adv.
Sbadyi Giego rich came down from
Sandon to get a whiff of Kaslo's ozone
on Sunday.
Notice to the Public.
Spriguos Wash., Muy 31,1898.
To Whom it may Uortoernt
All persons are notified that I will not
be rc<spon*;ii)l�� for debts contracted by
tny wife, Bonita Davies. J. Ii. Davies.
Just       \
Arrived
A Seasonable Jjinpof
Fine Groceries .
Including Such Delicacies as
Smyrna Dried Figs. Preserved New Orleans Figs.
Ram Lai Tea.   Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
And all Noted Brands of Coffee, Mecca, Mocha and lava.
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 \
aud see them.
GREEN BROS.,
Corner A Avenue and Third Street, Kaslo. B. C
�����*.
Be Public Spirited!
Subscribe For the
MORNING   NEWS,
�������� *
Phil .T. Ht< jkey, of the Idaho, was
n town yeste rday, bound for the mine,
on which he expects to soon put nn
increased foi   *ce.
Col'llWUoll   CoHtl'IK t
Tenders will be received at the office
of tk Alexander, Kaslo, where all particulars can be obtained, for the cnt-
iug of 500 cords of firewood near
Sandon, not less than 160 cords per
month.
Read the Kaslo Morning News and'
kocp abreast of the times. Delivered
at your door daily for $1 per month.
Try It a month.
And Get It Fresh
Be Enterprising.
/\     -r-fci ���_   ��� .       *     -tr   .    - i ���-_
/���CSV* dii��    *p
Advertise in
Sandon's 1 jaeeball cranks are preparing for ano (.her tilt with the Nelson
team on �� lomlnion Day at the lat*et j
place for tl iat 1200 purse.
For a fii    -st class cup of coffee go t��
the Quoe Q Restaurant.   I  now   have
private b ox.s &�� ladles. F. I. Bradford,
proprleti )r, *
The w ater committee of the city conn*-
oil has i ._..:ie_ for tenders for putting
down 4 J5 feot of water main on Washington street north from A avenue.
Bids r     lut,t be In by J nne 18th at noon.
TheMorningN ews
And Increase Your Business.
frS
E. *
on it
with
T
Ar
tei
lo
V, McCune has put a force at work]
,e Constant and Alva above Cody
. Charles Sloan in charge.   .
Provincial Secretary's Office.
-Mil Mu**, 1898.
HI8 HONOUR THE MKUTKNANT-OOVEIt-
nor h��s tn>t'ii pleBacI to appoint the un-
ttefinentiow*<t r>prMiu�� to boCouaoton ol Votes,
under the provisions ill sontiim 16 ol the "Ks*-
ill.trlbmlon Art. 1898*?' numoly: i
JOHN P. 8IHII.U.P, ot Kiivi-lstoke, lor ithc.
Kevelntok- Rliliiik-, Wuet Kootunay Electoral
Dlntrlet.
ALEXANDER I.fl'AS. of Kaslo, (or the
Slocan Riding, West Kootenai Elector*! District.
RODERICK Y. TOI.MIK, nl Nel'on, lor the
Nelnoii Rldlnjt, Went Kootonay Electoral Dlntrlet.
JOHN KIRKU1'. 0f>Roaa)aJ*.d, for the Kossland Riding, West Kouts'iiay Electoral iJi*-
trlct.
^r4glj|te��tf Newsiest Paper
in the Kootenay.
GIVE IT A TRIAU
IT WILL PAY YOU.
he force of men at work on the new
cher*Hartln block was increased yes-
���day, and that corner is now a busy
oallty's
And hia Honor the Lieutenant-Governor haa
been pleaaert to appoint ilie undermentioned
person to lseBtatrtbiitinx Collector, nudui-the
firovisions of sect Inn 17 of the said Act, n'aine
y':-
In tha former Electoral District ol West
Kootenay, GEORGE A MCFARLAND, of
Nelaon.
H.HCI1 ��ppinmi'  ui".-..       iiiiwttui n iii'uu:,  iiusiy
days licUire the exiunlii ation, stating tbe class
��nd"grade otri'i'tiiieai. for which he will be a
cnudidalfi?, the optiona 1 subjects selected, and
at wbicb of thc r.bov ., named pieces be will
attend. '" ��� t
Everv notice of lnte'   ntlon to be an applicant |
'   muni be accompaniei.   , with  satisfactory  testimonial of moral cnai   actor.
Candidates are not   ifled that all of thu above
requirements must I"   �� fulfilled before their ��)>-
'   plication* can be flit   al.
All candidate* lor Flrat Class, Grade A,i;r
tl'ieates,incluutng' jraduates, must a*n ml I
Victoria to take t ne subjects prescribed to
July 18th aud 1 Ith I miauls, and to undergo r
quired oralexntnlr   iatlon.
���   S. 1>. I0l"E,
8��1   icrlntendent of'Bduoillpn. ���
Eduelsilon Office, I   *.
Vloto   tie, May 4th, 1898.     -
Sam Schwandor will give a gold
ring, wortfi 120 to any one who can
produce a watch that he cannot put in
perfect order. He can be found at tho
Kstslo Drug store. Call ��nd Bee
him. -.    *
C.E
���9
Provincial Secretary's Office.
Wholesale Dealers in
FRESH BRUITS
and VEGETABLES
Also Hay, Feed and Produce.
HIS HONOUR THK I.1EUTENANT-GOVER-
nor has heen pleased to makethe (oil-wing appointment: ���   v  ���
____________________________________________��� 	
City Clei^, Chipman will today mail '     '���''*^tl"liWly,-*��8��t.
AAn ���i,n.���.dj .**���. A,,*  t&J&J&jJQ-mi ' *is'*'i   ROBER8TON, ol.the Cltv ol  Mot.-
440 notices <rf tastes due t>yt/mtet*��i tH-A, tmttuin. b. a.,8c., to be ProvlnoHl Min,
property la the _auni��l|��Iitt^l;^��o; JS3^��S
, 1    i��
We ship direct from California and are prepared to quote
. - the lowest market prices on all kinds ot,fniite hi.tfeuJim.
*i��*- %     **> *- si* t |r    fj,.,,...;v    'f   ...
BAKER ST���    -    -   NELSON, B.C. RAILROADS AND STEAMBOATS.
0.R.&N
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 lineeast via Salt Lake and Denver.
Steamer tickets to Europe and other
foreign countries.
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
three days for San Francisco.
Leave
5.00
li.m.
ilu ily.
Is (HI
n.m.
dtiilv.
Spokane Time Schedule
FAST"MAn^w"alla\Valla7Port-"
lund, San Franctscb, Baker City
and theEa'st.
I.OCAL MAIL���Coeur d'Alenes,
Farniington, Garlield, Colfax,
1 '1111 inn 11 and Moscow.
| Arrive
7.4o
a. m.
dally.
daily.
Kor through tickets and further information,
apply to '< JAMES WAUGH,
Agt I. N. & T. Co., Kaslo, B. C.
Or at O. R. <_ N. Co.'s offloe, 430 Riverside ave.,
Bpokane, Wash,    H. M. ADAMS, General Agt.
Or    W. }I. liULBURT, G. P. A., Portland.Ore.
KASLO & SLOCAN RT
I mills Run ou Pacific Standard Time.
TIME CARD.
Going West. Daily Going East.
x.OOa. m. Lv Kaslo Ar ���.liOp. m.
S."ii ft. m. l.v Soutli Fork Ar .1.15 p. m.
O.'.tO ft. m. Lv Sproule'a Ar 'I.V, p. m.
(1.51 a. m. Lv '.Whitewater Ar 2,00 p. m.
111.03 a. m. Lv Bear Lake Ar 1.48 p. in.
10.18 a. m. Lv .***McGuigan Ar 1.33 p. m.
10.38 a. m. Lv Cody Junction Ar 1.12 p. m,
lli���ri0tt. m. Ar Sundon Lv 1.00 p. ni.
GEO. F. COI'ELAND, Supt.
ROBT. IRVING, G. F. & P. A.
EAST-I
tiKEAT
N <l It T II  M lt N
BAILWAV
-WEST
Tho surveyor's chain made it the
Sliortrst Transcontinental Route.
It is the most modern in equipment.
It is thc heaviest railed line.
I bus a ruck, Imi lust roadbed.
It crosses no sand deserts.
It was built without land grunt or govt. aid.
It is noted lor the courtesy ol Its employes.
It is only line serving meals on la carte phtu.
ICootenay connection at Bonner's Furry,Tuesday, Wednesday.ThnrBday.Saturday andSunday
TRAINS LEAVE BPOKANE.
Eastward j ��� ��� ��� fcsfiO a. tu I Westward 3.3.r> p.m.
For maps, tickets and complete insinuation,
call on or address I.N.<_ T. Co.'s agts, K. & H. Ry.
agts, or C. G. DIXON, Gen. Agt., Spokttne.Wn.
F. I.WHITNEY. G. P. & T. A.,St. Paul, Minn
The Canadian Pacific Ry.
���AMD-.
Soo Pacific Line.
The cheapest, most comfortable and
direct route from Kaslo to all points In
Canada and tho United States. 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
have baggage qhecked to destination.
Daily connection from Kaslo every
day, oxcopting Sunday, at 7.HO a. m.
For Kuskonook and lake points, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
For Argenta and Lardo, Tuesday and
Friday ati*.15 p. m.
For full infmmillion, call on or address
ALDER BISHOP,
Freight and Passenger Agent, Kaslo, B. C.
Or to W. F. ANDERSON,
Traveling Pass. Agt., Nolson, B. C.
E. J. COYLE,
District Passenger Agent, Vancouver.
Write (or Klondike Folder and Map.
Spokane Palls
rt
Nelson <j- Port Sheppard,
Red Mountain Railways.
The only all rail route without
change of cars between Nelson and
Rossland _n_- Spokane ___��� Rossland.
TIME CARD.
Leave 0.20 a. m Nelson  Arrlv   5.35 p. m
Leave 12.05 a. m... Rossland... AWlve 11,20 p.m.
Leave8.30a. m Spokane. ...Arrive 3.10 p. m.
The train that leaves Nelson at 0:20
a. m. makes close connections at Spokane with trains for all . . .
PACIFIC COAST POINTS.
 . s
Passengers for Kettle river & Boundary
ck. connect at Marcus with stage daily.
INTERNATIONAL
Navigation $ Trading Co., ut
steamers International and Alberta on Koot
enay Lake aud River���Summer Time Card In ef
feet 15th March, 1898���Subject to change.
STEAMER INTERNATIONAL-Loavea Kaslo
for Nelson and way points,daiIy except Sunday,
3.30 n. m. Arrive Northport 9.45 a. m.| Rossland, 11.20 a. in. and Spokane, 3.10 p. in.
Iseave Nelson for Kaslo and way points, dally
except 8unday ,5.00 p.m .Leave Spotane 8.30 a.m.;
liosslftud, 8.45 a. m.; Northport, 1.35o. m.
Five Mile Point connection with aft passenger
trains of N. sit F. S. Ry. to and from Northport,
Kossland and Spokane. Tickets sold and bag
gage checked to ait United States points.
8TKAMKM ALBERTA-Leaves Kaslo for Kub
konook and way points and llonner's Ferry,Ida
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5.00 p.��i., arriving at
Kuskonook at 10.30 p.m. aud Bonner's Ferry at 8
a.m. next day. Returning lvs. Bonner's Ferry
Wed., Fridays and and Sundays at 2 p. m., arv.
Kuskonook 8 p. in., Kaslo 1 a. in. following day.
Also from May 5th steamer will make same trip
leaving Kaslo every Thursday at (i o'clock a. m.
llonner's Ferry connection with all passenger
trains of O. N. Ry., arv. westward at Spokane
3.10 p. m., or lv. llonner's Ferry for thc ea-t at
1.15 p. tn,   Meals and bertha not included.
Passengers on SS. International from Nelson,
etc., for points on lake south of Pilot Bay, will
connect at that point.with theSS. Alberta.
Passengers for Nelson via SS. Alberta, Irom
points south of Pilot Bay, can. by arrangemont
with purser,have stopover at Pilot Bay or Ains-
wenli.or connect wilh International at Kaslo.
Company'a ateamers connect Kootenay t.uke
and Slocan points wilh all points in U. S. and
Canada by way of Spokane and Kootenay river.
G. ALEXANDER, General Manager.
P. O, Box 122, Kaslo, B. C.
KuskoDOok and Bonner's Ferry.
Str. Ainsworth.
Leaves Kuskonook a'l 12 o'clock noon,Monday
Wednesday and Friday, upon arrival of Steamer Nt lsmi with passengers from Kaslo, Ainsworth, Pilot Hay ami Nelson. Arrives Bonner's
Ferry 11 p. in., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Bonner's Ferry 2 p.m.,Tue8day,Thur8-
day and Saturday, upon arrival of G. N. trains
from oast and west. Arrives Kuskonook 11 f
ni.. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
E. J. MATHEWS, Manager.
Northern Pacific Ry.
The Fast Line,
Superior Service.
Through tickets to all points in United
States and Canada. Direct Connection
with the Spokane Falls & Northern Ry.
TRAINB DEPART PROM SPOKANE;
No, 1 Welt .,,��!SAp.m, |No,aBMt,,,,T|O0��, to,
Tickets to J apan and China via Tacoma
and Northern Pacific Steamship Company. Por lnformatjon, time car.].,
map. ttncl tickets, apply to ngis. of the
Spokane Falls & Northern and its connections, or to F. D. GIBBS,
General Agent, Spokane, Wash.
A. D, CHARLTON, Ant, Gen. Pass. Agt.,
No. 3S8 Morrison ��t,. Portland, Ore.
WrltHbi H��P ol Kootenay Country.
TKAVKLKK'S GUIDE.
Summary of Railway and Steamer Tim.'
Cards From Kaaio.
For Whitewater, Sandon, Cody, etc., K. &. S.
Railway trains leave Kaslo dally at 8 a. in.; returning, arrive at Kaslo at 3.50 p. in.
For Three Forks, New Denver, Rosebery and
Nakusp, take K.&, S. Ry. from Kaaio to Sandon,
and thence Nakusp A Slocan Railway, leaving
Sandon daily at 7.-1". a. in.; returning, arrive
daily at Sandon at 4.55 p. m.
For Revelstoke, Vancouver, Victoria and other main line points nn C. P. K.T limit from Nakusp to Arrowhead, cars to Revelstoke, thence
connect with east and west bound trains.
For Silverton, Slocan City, take Str. Slocan on
Slocan lake,connecting with N.& b.at Rosebery.
For Northport,Spokane, Rossland and Grand
Forks, take the Str. International from Kaslo
dally at 8.80 a. in., except Sundav, making connections at Five Mile Point with tho N.if. K.8.
Ry., tlience lo Northport. From Northport to
Spokane continue the railway, known soutli ol
Northport as thc Spokane Falls & Northern, arriving at Spokane, Wash., at S.10 p. m.
Or for Spokane, take I. N. & T. Co.'s Str. Alberta from Kaslo to Bonner's Ferry, Tuesdays
and Saturdays at 5 p. m. and Thursdays at G
a.m., and connect at Bonner's Ferry with Great
Northern trains to Spokane, arriving at ,'i.lu
the following day.
For Rosslnnd change at Northport to the Red
Mountain l!y.. anivlng at Rossland at 11.20 a.in.
Or, Rossland may lie reached from Nelson via
C. & K. Ry. to Robson, thence by river steamer
to Trail, thenco by C. A W. Ry, to Rossland. Or,
Rossland may be reached via Nakusp and Trail
bystrms.down Arrow lakes and Columbia river.
For Grand Forks and Boundary Creek points,
take 8. F. & N. Ry. from North port to Bossburg
or Marcus, thence by stage across reservation.
For Ainsworth, Pilot Bay, Nelson, otc., I. N.&
T.Co.'sHtr. International leaves Kaslo daily,ox
cept Sunday,at 11.20 a.m.', returnlng.Icavea Ncl
son at 5 p. m., arriving at Kaslo about 8.30 p. in
0, P. H. Co.'s Str. Kokanee leaves Kaslo dally,
except Sunday, at 7.30 a. in., arriving at Nelson at 11 a. in.; returning, leaves Nelson at 4p.
in., arriving at Kaslo at 7.30 p. in.
For Argenta and Lardo, Str. Kokanee makes
round trips every Tuesday and Friday, leaving
Kaslo at 8.15 p.m.
For Kuskonook, Ft. Steele, etc., take Str. Kokanee Monday .Wcdneeday and Friday at 7.S0 a.
m��� or I. N. & T. Co.'s Sir. Alberta Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at6 p. tn.; thence by
stage to Fort Steele Wednesday and Saturday.
The following Is a table of dlatances from
Kaslo to surrounding buslneaapoints
il^^^m^'.i
^S^Ct^tt
West or North.   Miles.
Whitewater  17
Bear Lake -. 30
McGulgan  28
Sandon, 3 hours.... 2V
Cody  81
Throo Forks  88
New Denver 88
Rosebery 41
Silverton  48
81ocanCity  66
Nakusp 70
BurtouClty  M
Lardo  18
Argenta 10
Duncan Cltr  84
HabyonHotsprlngs 86
Aitowhoad  108
Laurie 109
Thompson's Land'g.US
Trout Lake City    .124
K-twiioJi U0
R.vc.itnko. 81 hf��,.188
Vernon ,.,.,,   ,. .188
t'catlcton. 298
Kan.loopB 261
Asheroit 808
Lyttpn 886
Yala 408
Ni-w Westminster. ,603
Vancouver, 51 hrs. .612
VUtorla, 5* hours. -WO
Seattle, 28 hours .. ,580
Tncoina, 80 hours. .620
Portland, 48 hourf, .082
Kast or Sun Hi.     Miles.
Alnswortli  12
Pilot Bay 20
Balfour 28
Sanca  88
Nelson, 4 hour* 42
Ymir M
Robson 70
Trail 90
Northport, 1 hours.103
Rossland, 10 hours. .120
Bossburg 122
Marcus ..130
Grand Forki 180
Greenwood,,,,,., ,199
Anaconda iws
Boundary    200
Midway,...,, 204
Spokane, 13 houn. .282
Kunkonook 45
Goat Rivet,.,,...'. U
BeH!iitton(Rykerti!77
Port Hill....' 78
Lucas 108
Bonner'i Ferry, 13 hl'O
Morin City ........125
Swansea  186
Wardner. B.C.. 140
Cranbrook........180
Fort Steele 160
Canal Flati W
Windermere .210
Donald ,.., 212
Goldon '.fflO
BM��B .814
KASLO!
THE BUSINESS CENTER
OFTHJ*
AINSWORTH
MINING
DIVISION !
.Arid the  gateway to the Great Slocan With Its Score or More of
dividend
Payin
properties
Kaslo, ^e City ���� Energy!
Is Also A City of Homes.
Beautifully Situated on Kootenay Lake, With a Delightful
Climate. It has Churches, Schools, and Publio 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,
f OVER $20,000 ft
Is being expended in Public
Improvements fhis Year I
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Caldwell & Evans,
���V" 7
Mining properties, stocks anil Real late for
INSURANCE AND LOANS.
Correspondence Invited.
w
Address: (1 F. CALDWELL and C. H. Ef INS,
KA8LO,Br.C.
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