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KASLOrB. dj TUESRDAY MORNING, JUNE 28,1898.
NO. 53.
SOME -IN-TEKESfiXG   LETTERS.
Very Modest Requests From Opposition ReQanlmfl/lYiinsportation.
1    Kaslo, 1". C, 20th June, 1898.
Dear Sir:���Wo understand that meetings ave to be held tomorrow (Monday)
ait.KaBlo, Whljewater and Sandon in
the interest of Mr. Retallaok, Government candidate for the Slocan Riding.
We wish, in the interest of Mr. Green,
Independent candidate, to have similar
privileges at those meetings as were
extended to Mt*. Retall&ek and his supporters at Mr. Green's meeting of yesterday (Saturday).
Wo further understand-that a special
train has been arranged for by Mr. Retallack or his supporters, to transport
the Honourable Jur, Turner and party
to Whitewater and Sandon. In tlie interest of Mr. Green we respectfully request that you will permit Mr. Cliffs
and one other of ."di*. Green's supporters to travel by that train, as ivo under*
staud that thnt is the only means of
transportation, wo agreeing to pay a
reasonable proportion of the cost of
such special transportation, A prompt
reply will be appreciated.    ,
Yours truly, , , .
C. W. McAnw .
Chairman Central Committeo.
IlOUA-K WsiUUOKi..
Secretary Central Committee.
O. T. Stone, Esq.,   '
Agent John 7. Rot-Hack,, Est..,
Government Candidate, City.
HII OF THE CAMPAIGN
Premier Turner Makes an -Address That (koletelv Answers
JIOTJ
Tie Opposition.
POLITICAL l'Ol.VrfiKS. '
Notwithstanding that Representative
Kellle agreed Saturday night to fur*
nisu the names of the next cabinet, ho
has evidently overlooked it. Now tell
us, Mr. Kellie, whom you have picked
out.for your noxt premier. Is it Mr.
Semlin or Joe Martin?
Kaslo. B. (.'...is-SUi June, 1898.
C. W. McAnn, UsqV, Chairhian, and
H. W. Bucke, 7sq.,.Secretary, Central Committee of R. P.Green, B-*_.
Dear Sirs:- ! i eg to acknowledg ��� re
ceipt of your communication dated this
day, and hasten to reply thereto.
Mr. Retallat k it-.tends to hold a meeting tomorrow 8Ttn inst.) at 2 o'alook
p. m., at the .-\ 't'Hui-i'i'.ii, Kaslo il tei,
at which the Honourable Mr. iHirner
will be present. Mr. Uolallaek hopes
that Mr, Green .".nd hi--* supporters will
also be present, and will accord to
thorn similar courtesy to that extended
to him and the Government party at
Mr. Green's meeting on Saturday
night.
As regards transportation for Mr.
ClitTo and another to Whitewater and
Sandon, I regret thai the arrangements
are already completed, and that it is
now too late to accede to your request,
1 wish to add that Mr. Retallack wiH
at, all times extend to Mr. Green the
pome favours ii;::1 he himself receives.
Y.ours truly,
I >. T. S?pN,l_,
Agent fop Join, I., Retallack, Govern-
���       men1. Candidates
That was a big political meeting in
the Auditorium yesterday afternoon. It
was a Government mooting at which
the leading speaker was Premier
Turner, but the Oppositionists wero
Invited in and mado themselves very
much at homo. Barristor A. Whcalior
presided and mado a very good chairman. On tlio platform, besides Premier Turner, Mr. Retallack and G. O.
Buchanan for tho Government,'were
Mr. Green, Mr. Kollie, M. P. P., and
Editor ClilYo for tho Opposition.
Premier Turner lirst took up a series
of questions propounded by Editor
ClilYo in liia Sandon Mining Review
and answered Utem   thoroughly.    The
F.ditcr ClifTo followed and threshed I day afternoon's meeting, to tho effect
over the straw contained in his ques- jtbat T promised one H. O. Johnson em*
tions, claiming that ho was not Patis.! Plo.vment for tho summer on condition
tied with tho answers to them, which
was very naturai.    He also dwelt upon
j that ho would guarantee to vote foi'Mr.
R-tallack, I would ask Mr. Green, in
justice to myself, to eithor produce an
affidavit from Mr. Johnson, or else
mako a public withdrawal of the statement. I denied the statement at tho
time and am prepared gto substantiate
my denial.
Awaiting Mr.Groen's reply, I remain
respectfully, D. J. Young.
government in Manitoba.
G. O. Buchanan spoke noxt, and
showed that Mr. Clitic- was working
under a misapprehension in comparing
Manitoba with British Columbia; the
system in the former being entirely
different, and that Mr. Clifle, as a comparative stranger here, was not quiili- >v. t, ( . y,��, ., <,
fled to judge.    ���                                              Soaled tenders, so markod,   will   lie
Mr. Kellie followed in   a violent and ; received at tho office of tlie City Clerk,
abusive speech, devoid of argument.     ' Kaslo, B. C, up to 8 p.   m.   July   4th,
Despito tho efforts to get tho Opposition side to name their probable
leader and cabinet, if placed iu power,
both still remain wrapped in mystery���
unless, indeed, Mr. CliJTe is to bo taken
���moro seriously than he appeared disposed to bo, and wo aro to believe that
they aro in reality BO far at sea on
this vital point, that thero is evon a
distinct possibility that they might
havo to call upon proclaimed Government supporters for the necessary material.
Mr. Retallack was noxt called upou,
1898, for the building of a City Hall in
alleged .sots on which  the  questions  and for a time it seemed liko  tho  Op- the said city.   Plane and.specifications
to bo seen at tho olliee of thoCityClerk,
were baaed wero shown to bo ground-! position".^ _��� the real. of tho haU itl.
loss in every Instance. Regarding a tended tuft tfrpetfnit him to speak at
oomparlionof Kootenay aud Gassiar, kj, pwn meet-ng.-^hioh was in strlk-
ho showed that Cassiar had about 1,400   -n<,    ec.���trast   to    the    gentlemanly
[Haiti  Body id'.i'.i'l.
On Friday S. G'Wtnff, the'local lino-
mau of tho 0, P. U. Telegraph Co.,
discovered tao dead body, of a man
lloating in Queen's Buy this side of
Balfour. Ifo mads the corpse secure
and wired Coroner Rogers, who deputized W. Skinner to go lo tho scene
aud tako charge of th i body. Mr.
Skinner return"'! Saturday night and
reported thai, together with Dr. Ar*
thur, coroner from Nolson,' ho had
burieu tho body, which was' decomposed beyond reoogoitioh. Tho man hud
evidently bi-. id ft long time.   .-Ml
of his clothing iixcopting his shoes,
a pair of gaiters, had dropped off from
him, through di-tension and action of
tho water.
Is Tills Wliul v."i Arc Looking Yorf
Comfortable, clean, well furnished
rooms by tho d\', woek or month at
reasonable price at the Victoria-, A
avenue, near ;'';��� street*. No bar attached. BaU .- i'i'.'o to guests. A specially low rate ol hum SOup per moutli
to permanent roomers.
\VJ J. Hall, Propr.
voters instead of 290 and was well on-
titled to its two representatives for
various reasons. The time had boon
whon Kootonay with 20 voters had one
representative and with 200, hod two.
Yet nobody thought that unjust.
Other complaints about teachers and
tho Now Wosttninstor asylum wore
Shown to be equally groundless. Premier Turner showed that the questions
on railway bills and subsidies were
asked with an ontiro misapprehension
of the faots; that the statute revision
outgrew its original plan and required
three men instead of one; that tho cap-
itol buildings, including furnishings
ind grounds cost $'..',���0,000 less than the
amount stated by tho Sandon Mining
Review] that the timber dues wero to
make the smelters contribute their
share to the revenues of the province;
and that the minor's license was designed largely to eompol aliens enjoying Canadian laws to contribute their
share to tho cost of developing tho
province.
Prom lor Turner thon took up .Mr.
K'UilUieli'B platform and commented
on it plank by plank, endorsing It us a
whole. Ho then proceeded to outline
and defend the general poncy of tho
Government. The development of the
province had beon the groat aim. Education, mining and agrieultii-e had all
received liberal aid. The credit of thc
province was excellent. Siuco 1891
when tbe province was paying 7 per
cent for money and had very poor credit, wo havo risen to a point where our
oredit is gilt-edged and wo get all the
money wo want for ') 1-10 per cent. It
is absurd to try to keep tho development of a rapidly-growing province
within Its annual revenue*, it is right
and jaBtiUable to borrow and develop
for posterity's benefit and let posterity
help pay it.
deportment of the Government supporters who attended tho Opposition meoting last Saturday night.
After quiot was restored sufficiently
for him to bo heard, he offered to give
way to Mr. Gaeen who was expected to
read something that Mr. Kellie had
left unfinished. Mr. Green, after some
hesitation, declined the offer and Mr.
Retallack wont on. "Being' as Independent by nature as Mr. Green is by
protestation," he said, "I shall dare to
differ, if I think proper, ou minor
points with tho Government while supporting them as a wholo. I should
like to ask Mr. Green to state definitely how he would vote if a want of eon-
tidoneo motion wero introduced at the
opening of the legislature, Mr Ciiffe
says that government work should be
let by contract labor: I do not. 1 prefer to see our own people have the
work and help develop their own
country."
Mr. Green followed and charged taut
D. C. McGregor and D. J. Young, as
Mr. Retallaok's ageats, had promised
chas. Martin and H.Q. Johuson respectively government work if they would
vote for Mr. Retallack. Mr. Green
intimated that he had affidavits to
back up his statements but did not
show them.
Mr. McGregor was seen after the
meeting and said that he expected to
bring a criminal action against Mr
Martin, if he made, the statement
clulmod. Mr. Young not only indig-
nautry denied the charge iu thc meoting and offered to support his denial by
sworn statement, but also contributes
tho following notice to this issuo of the
Kaslo Morning News:
Cnrtl From Mr.Voting.
Editors Nows���Iu regard to the state-
tueut mado by ti. F. Greon at  yestor*
Kaslo, and at the offico of Ewart <&
Carrie, Architects, .Nelson, B.C. Bids
must be accompanied with a certified
chock of not '''m:: i7 ai; live per cent, of
the total bid, Lowest or any tender
not necessarily aceoptcd.
P>y order of
Publio Works committee.
New Oro in tho Montezuma
The Montezuma mine has again
struck ore carrying galena in its lower
or No. .'1 tunnel at a depth of 420 feet
and a distance of 800 feet. This tunnel,
represents a year's labor. Thc lindeis
aro suro the ore is part of the main
body and will be developed by tho upraise. Seven men are now employed at
the mine.
Special Salvation Army Si-: vice.
Sergeant Major Frost, who is here
from Nelson conducting Salvation
Army services this woek, will tomorrow night give a public recital at tlie
barracks, of her experience as a Salvation A-*my officer for tho past ton
yoars. During that time she lias been
taken to jail for stroet preaching and
once was mobbed. An admission fee
of ton cents will be charged. Captai.i
Quant will arrive hero from Helena,
Mont., next Friday to succeed Captain
Wilkie who has been transferred to
Nelson,
Missionary Meeting. ���
Rev. A. B..Winchester of Victoria,
superintendent of tho Presbyterian
Chinese Missions for the province will
be hore tomorrow evening and will address a missionary meeting at '.ho
Presbyterian ohurch. Mr. Winchester
is a very entertaining speaker and
shovld attract a largo audience. At*
invitation is extended to everybody.
Kotloo to Hi,.- Publls.,
Sprague, Wash., May ol, i
To Whom it may Concern:
All persons are notified that I will not
be responsible for debts contracted by
my wifo, Bonita Davies. .1. B. DAVIES,
LOCAL AND GENERA MENTION.
Uems of Interd lo llic dta of Kh-!7 Oc-
0._>. R. Halcyon Hot Si>rl��i(*;�� EicuvsIdii.s.
The following round trip rates have
been arranged to Halcyon Hot Springs
and return, tickets being good for 80
days: From Kaslo, $10; Rossland, 18.80)
Nolson, 88; Trail, $7.50.
W. F. ANDEItSON, T. P. A.
Nelson, June 24.
Wires Down.
Owing to yesterday's storm tho wires
from all quarters arc dowu and the
News is without its usual supply of
fresh telegraph. Tho storm also blew
down trees across tho K. & S. Ry.track
between here and Whitewater in a
dozen places, bo thnt they had to he
sawed and rolled off. The train did
not get into Kaslo till 10 p. m., and the
spooial trains planned for carrying the
���ipeakers to Sandon were abandoned.
Thoy will go out ou the usual train
this morning.
mm; Here and There.
'Try the table at tho Davis t i - -1���.
Seo adv.
Hazel wood Da'rv Ice Cream at tfei
C'ueen Restaurant always on hand.
For best rooms with or without bos
try the Davh HdtH e.   8 io adv.
A nioe chicken dinner will be wrw i
.ii the Queen Restaurant, Sunday at I
o'clock p. n\
C. H. Gibbons, city editorof th-* Victoria Colonist, is touring tho Koo. in iy
in company with Premier Turner.
Sam Schwandor will give- a gold
ring, worth $20 to any one who cm
produce a watch that ho cannot put in
perfect order. H6 can bo found at tho
K.islo Drug store. Call and soo
him. '      *
Advertise in tho News.  It pay -. TIB KASU) HORNING NEWS.
PUBLISHKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT
Monday at Kaslo, B. c.
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JUNE, 189S.
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EDITORIAL OUTCROPL'INGS
Mr. Uctallack's generosity and more
than fairness in repeatedly giving way
to Mr. Green and his supporters, and
extending their time at the expense of
his own at. yesterday's meeting, made
him many friends. It was in strong
contrast to some of Mr. Green's supporters who wanted to howl Mr. Retailed, down and prevent his speaking at
a meeting where they wore guests of
the Government���,party. And would it
not have comported better with the
dignity of their position and the presumed quality nf their good breeding
nnd education if the*mayor of the cltj
ii','. :I e edit ' :.'. Sin hud net. tat
I'.u.k an i i ���!;'' iragod and participated
in oiirh action? The ^sta;.���e waa open to
them to occupy and Btate their positions in a civilized way if they had
been so minded.
How about that question of Mr. Re-
faiiai'k's, Mr. Green, that you did not
answer? "In the event .if a want of
confidence vote at the opening of tho
next legislator) woul ; j ou ., '.��� to retire the present government or not?"
This should h:��vo been ausvetvii at
your primary caucus. It should have
been answered al tha Sandon convention. It should Lave bei n ausworei} in
your letter of aeoeptanoe. It should
have been answered at. your meeting
last Saturday, night, and certainly
should not have been evaded yes!/ r lay
when courteously proponndod by your
opponent. Did you Intone! to Ignore It?
Some of your sUpportors would like to
know where you stand on thi i cjuestion.
The Messrs. Matheson, of the Silver*
tuuian, whom wo nndorsttuid to be gentlemen, most have inadvertently let
some way - worn and weary pilgrim
print have access to their editorial columns In their last Issue. Ou no other
hypothesis cau we account for tho attack on the News, in whieh our editorial matter is stylod as "rot," and' lt
is iutlinr.ted that we will soon be "bumming poker chips to get another
drink." Bettor muzzle your pilgrim,
boys, and remember that your paper
only hurts itself and cause In the minds
of the thluking poople of Slocan Hiding
by Indulging in such tramps' vernacular,
The Bllvertonian complains that the
Government omitted Ay'win, an alr.u>*t
unknown landing on Slocan lake, frsm
,the list of polling places. It says that
about 40 votes will thus be shut out.
The voting list shows 1""- 11 there.
Aro all the Sllvertonian's other pollti-
ieal state" orilt object to a I at ol
I ��� .,, ]��� conl lilt. tbis'O i#? If so, Its
situation mas* 7 desperate. Itisout
..of reason to r. sj,ubli-h a polling place ut
overy steam-.**,' landing In the riding.
It will bo no hardship for these ll voters to go to Silvorton or Slocan City to
cast their votes.
What an extremely modest request
that was for the Oppositionists to make
for Premier Turner to carry them
around the country with him! Ho is
doubtless willing to divide time- with
them in public appearance on tbe platform,but would naturally want to draw
the line at having them divide his
time and attention in private.
Mr. Kellie made it plainly apparent
that he has withdrawn his support
from tho Government, but ho.did not
think it worth while to givo his roasons
thorofore. It surely could not be that
they might not sound noble and magnanimous from the platform.
That little bluff on affidavits did not
work, somehow. If counter affidavits
are needed, thoy will bo forthcoming
and without any danger of prosecution
for perjury following, either.
Of the foregoing, the following have paid dividends as follows:
>.	
I'aviio 7...* 1,800,1100jNohle "Five....      40,01)6
SlocanStar....    400,000(loodenough...     fajmo
Ruth...*  800.000 Washington...     20,000
Reco     iS7,.'<Xl].liicksoii       20,000
Itauihler-Cari..     40.000 Surprise      20,000
Upsides the foregoing, other mines, unstock-
ed, hnve paid dividends as follows:
Idaho $ 2-10,000:Last Chance..
Whitewater...    194,000 Antolne	
Slocan Boy      25,000! Monitor	
37,1X10
Sft.OOO
1,1,000
Following Is a comparative statement of ore
shipped from parti of tbe Blooan and Ainsworth
mining districts, passing through the custom
house at Knslo to foreign smelters for the live
recorded mouths of 1895, all of 18% undl8il7:
v������.                        Gross Weight Gross Value ol
1 cnr'                       of Ore In Lbs. Ore in Dollars
1806 (6 months)...,.         2,'.>02,����0 f   114,541
1896 (12 months)....        28,844,524 1,114,116
18117(12 mouths)....        73,6iW,:ilW 8,099,888
Totals.
09.143,804
(4,898,49
STOCK.QUOTATIONS.
Following is a table ol the leading stocked
mining companies of the blocan and Ainsworth
milling divisions:
Companies.
So the Opposition Is in favor of the
contract labor system. Mr. Retallaok's
reasons for urging tbo opposite were
very pointed. We will comment further upon this tomorrow
Premier Turner's cool, clear-headed
and logical apeech set every body to
Ihluklnf?.   It complete!}   riddled tho
I'ayne	
SlocanStar /..
llnth	
Hem	
Noble Five	
Washington	
Rambler-Cariboo	
surprise	
Charleston	
Goodenough	
Groat Western	
Jii.'ksoil(Noilli'llHcll)
American Hoy	
KnsUi-Mont.'Zuma....
l'lll.llllielles	
Qlbson	
Wonderful	
St. Keverne	
[diet 	
London Hill	
Black Diainniid	
Dolllo	
Ellen '....
McLeod	
Twin	
No. of
Shares
Par
Value
Market
Value
1,000,000]
1,000,0001
120,000
1,1100,000
1,300,000
1,000,000
4,000 iKXl
22.-..IHI0
150.000-
800,000
800,000
1,000,000.
1 .ooo.ooy,
],. 150,000
1,000,1X10
fifiO.OOIV
1,1X10,000,
1,0011,000'
1.000,000
l;0U,U00j
1,200,000
Tiill.tXK!
1,000,000
1.100.000
1,000,000
12.50.
.501
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1.00
1.00
1.00
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1.00:
1.00'
1.00
1,00
l.OO'
1.00
1.00
1.00
,96
,50
l.oo!
l.oo!
1.00
1.001
J2.00
t
l.OO
.18
.25
.22
.2.1
.30
.25
.15
.25
.09
.17!,
.03'.:
.01
.15
.11
.11,'.
tiN'o stock on llic market
BODIJ
tat ions   of
tho Opposition,.
>1K. RBTALLACK'S ACCEPTANCE
To the Electors of the .Slocan Riding of
West Kootenay Electoral District:
Gentlemen���At tho request of a large
proporl Ion of the community representing every section of the Riding, I beg
io announce ui\ self as a candidate for
your suffrages in 'he Doming elections.
In respectful!, soliciting your votes
and support, 1 declare l.ysoll a sup-
fjOrtar aud follower of tho Hon. ,I. II.
Turner as thi le idor ot tho only party
In this Province with a defined policy
and coherent existence.
During my eight years' reside::.ie in
this district ] have been a consistent
supporter of bis partj in recognition of
their attitude In meeting, and In cases
anticipating the requirements and expansion of '-hi., great mining region.
1 am in favor of the fallowing reforms:
I. The abolition of the tax upon
working miners.
-. The abolition of tho Mortgage
Tax,
If. Tho distribution of seats In the
Legislature in direct proportion to pop*
illation.
I. 1 do not approve of tho policy of
the late Legislative Assembly In using
their Influence to exclude lorelgn railroads, sueb as thf. proposed railroad to
Boundary Creek.
5. 1 favor certain revisions in the
Mineral anil Land Acts, particularly
some easy plan by which the holders of
claims can advertise out their default-
in:, co-owners.
(I. In filling all government appointments I am In favor of appointing bona
lido residents of the district in ull eases
where such eau be found competent to
net.
7. I believe that the Provincial
Legislature should bring all tho aid
and Influence at Its oommand to the assistance of it lie load mining) in-
ilnstrv, especially in the direction ol
obtaining stronger recognition from
the Federal Government at Ottawa of
the Importance Of this industry and the
disadvantage! under which It now
labors.
if yon do me thi honor to oloct me as
your representative, I will at all times
endeavor to protect anil further the interests, nol onlj ofthe prospector, but
also of all thoso employed In and
around our mlnei, recognizing tbat our
entire .community Is dependant upon
the mining Industry.
I am, gentlemen, ymir obedient servant, John L Ki.tai.lack.
nOTEM   ,SI) t:i',STAI'UASTi-i.
Di
Apartments for gi.ijllemon.
Everything flrstrclass. A
dining room In oonneotlon.
S. J. ll li-M Froprislw.
McPhail block. Fifth and
Front streets, Kaslo, B. C.
OHANQtSl IN MINING LAWS.
The following changes in tho British
Columbia mining laws should be carefully Btudled by those interested in
raining In this I'rovince:
First oi these refers to the location
of tractions, in nl! fractions surveyed
from now on, whether staked correctly
or not, the surveyor may adopt tho
boundary Hues ol the surrounding
claims, provided no side exceeds 1500
loot in length, in other words, the locator is entitled to the vacant ground
that ho claims, even If be does not
stake it it. inch a manner as to Include
It all, whh n he seldom does.
By a recent decision of the courts a
prospector io���t a claim bocauso of Inability to secure the post necessary to
mark the location. The amendment
provides that in cases where claims are
staked above tbe timber line, or the
prospector can not secure the necessary posts, lie may erect monuments of
earth or stone.
lu stulsin;; an extension tho posts are
often planted so as to form a wedge-
shape fraction between two ends of tho
two claims. These fractions bave often incurred great expense, not only in
recording and surveying, but in eases
where they carry the lead, and thus become of such value as to promote litigation. Tho amended act authorizes
Ilie surveyor to include such fraction,
provided it .Iocs not cover more than
ol .(io acres, the area of a full claim,
and provided further that two location
posts are together.
By failure to record assessment work
within the required period of one your,
either through oversight or the mio-
undorstandlng of partnership interests,
valuable claims have been lost. Now,
if a prospector falls to record the work
within a year, he has BO days' additional lime iu which to mako tho record by
payment of an extra $10.
Another change regarding tho assessment work is in that particular
which called for work to the amount of
8100 each year. Now, a minor can do
and record as many assessments as he
ploasos In a year by paying the recording feo lor each assessment dono to the
extent of $100.
Incase anybody should adverse an
application for aeortilicato of Improvement and crown grant, tho contestant
must bave his claim surveyed Immediately and tile a plan made and signed
by an authorized provincial land surveyor with tbo writ.
To obtain a crown grant in ]800 it
was necessary to do assessment work to
the amount of l>5U0 and to hnve the
claim surveyed, which meant   another
$ioo.  in j.8t)" the act was amended so
its to provide that up to May 1, lHl'8,the
cost of such survey should count as
work done on the claim, not to exceed
$10o. ln plain Kngllsh, it counted as
an assessment and as work toward the
crown grant. A survey generally costs
41 Hi I. The last legislature extends tbo
time to May I, 1890,
11, i.'after, in adverse proceedings in
connection with tho title to mineral
claims, before any court, each party to
the proceedings snail givo afllnnativo
evidence of title. Heretofore the burden of proof was on the contostant.-
The fee for recording assessment
work has been reduced from $2.76 to
$2.50. Heretofore tho feo for recording
assessments has been 20 cents higher
than other fees.
Anybody who pulls down a legal post
curled to murk a boundary or location
nl a minora] claim, or any writing by
i.i'v required to be thereon, is liablo to
iiiiji-i.-'oiii v.-;' for six months or u B��e
i ,w both.   This is  supposed to
bo directed particularly toward preventing the use of old posts by people
w)io i estake a claim and sometimes destroy evidences of a prior location.
Ho, Fishermen.
Will supply you
with Everthing
Needful at Low
r m
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 kinds of Sporting Goods.
In tho Grocery Department, a line 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.
i
H.Giegerich
Kaslo,    Sandon,    Ainsworth
F���������������ss,        T���-1 I ^T^- ' "
or the Jobbing   | rade 1
Just Received, a Large Invoice ol cigars, Including KEY
*y \V;-.ST. SYLVIA, OLYMPIA, CORONA, DKL KEY, ES-
PANOliA, TRIUMPO, MONOPOLE AND SWELL !
This is in addition to my already well established GROCERY
 TUAD! L. A. KICKERS.
THE KASL0 GROCER Y, Fr""1 ����������brtweM ���%ffi2338fa^
Slocks
and Dies
,,_i_to_-^___
Screw
Plates
Greneral Hardware !
Points. Oils, Garden Tools.
Hamilton Byers,   Kasl0'
AQKNT TRUAX AUTOMATIC ORB CARS.
Sandon.
P. BURNS & CO.,
KASLO   MARKET.
Ail Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats.
FISH m POULTRY IN SEASON
C ntral Hotel,
FRONT ST., KASLO, B. C.
Now Building,���Newly Puralshed Throughout.
Best Rooms in the Citv.
A FIRST CLASS hah IN CONNBOTIOX,
RECTEJ, ft CO,
Adams House,
KASl.O, B. r.
RATKSl *1 1'KR DAY AND UPWA..DB,
Adams Bros., Props.
Bold Haunts for I'ABST 1IKKU, Milwaukee, Wis.
Nelson House,
KASLO, B.C.
NELSON A BOSTRUM, PROl'KIETOHS.
Nicely furnished rooms. Harwell stocked. Spn-
kanollccr on Draught by Schooner or quart.
Best tree lunch in the clly.
Silver King Hotel
OTTO Al'OUHTlNE. PROPRIETOR.
Bar and Billiard Room
IN'CONNECTION.
R.ioiits trom \1 per week up. Newly Inrnlshed
throughout. Klectrle Lights. Front St., uuxt
door to i'ost Olliee, Ratio, ll. ('.
Lake View
Restaurant.
HY I". P.KOSSO.M.
ReH.mm_l.le Prices and Good  Living
FRONT HTHKKT.
KABLO, I). C
Kalama Hotel,
Kl'SKONOOK. BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Otherwise Arruetroiiii's Landing
mui Goat River Landing.
Mrs. Wm. Mlildletou, Propr.
Wo cater especially to tho traveling public.
For Freshest Fruits
-SUE-
W. Meadows,
Fron^ Street, Opposite Stephenson's Drug Si or.-. Knslo. ..
Also Fine line of CONFECTIONERY,
TOBACCO AN1> CIOABS.
MIS( EI.I.A.N'EOt'S Al'VEltiTSEMKNTS.
FRUITS !
Confectionery^
Tobacco, Cigars /
Best in every lino. A .took of fancy groceries in soon to bo added to our stoek.
Carney Bros.,
FrontiSt.,opposite. Kaslo Hotel. Kaslo, B. I .
J. Turner & Co.,
Postofflce Box 29.
Wholesale dealers In Hay,
Outs, Bran, Chop &. Fruits.
, Agont for Marshall's Teas.
I tnporters of Cigars and Tobacco. Mail orders promptly filled	
Front St., near Nows Office, Kaslo, B.C
K
OOTENAY STEAM LAUNUKY
White Labor.
Improved Machinery.
The Best Work at
Reasonable Prices.
Kaslo, B. C.
I)
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
R.J. F. B. ROGERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
(Jrndiialo Trinity University, Toronto, Ont
Member of Collage of Physicians and Surgeons.
Licentiate of the B. C. Council. Late of New
York Hospitals and Polyclinic. * Olllce on A
av. Hospital cor. 6lh st. and B avo., Knslo,II.C.
���s .w*rm.���wssss^^mt^mmmMBrmmm ss
TJR. A. S. MARSHALL,
DENTIST.
"*  ���
Graduate of American Colloge.Chicaso
KASLO, B. c
W. J. TWISS,
Ileal Estate and Minius: Broker I
INSURANCE
Fire, Ltk-i Accident sud Guarantee.  FSolU si,
K V-LO, B, C. Did You
ETER !
Soe such a nioeline of
Fishing Tackle as we are
showing this month?
Take a look at it and
be convinced that it is
the best In town, lt don't
cost any thing to look,
and il yon buy, you will
find prices lowest of the
low.
Fine Watch Repairing.
LAMONT & YOUNG,
��� ��� FRONTS'!'.,      ���      KASLO.B.C.
SportiDg Goods a Specialty.
Ui
Official Directory.
DOMINION DIRKCTORY..
Oovernor-Geiii-iiii     .      .      Earl of Aberdeen
Premiei     ....      Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Member House oi 'Commons, Dominion I'arliu-
ment, for West Kootenay   . Hewitt linstock
1'ROVlM IAL DIRECTORY.
l.leut,-Governi)r      .      .      Hon. T. R. Melunes
Premier      ....       Hon. J. Et. Turner
Attorney-General            .     Hon. D, M. Eberts
Com. ull,i<ii<l-i uml Works   .   Hon. (I. H. .Martin
Minister Mn. ��� aud Education . Hon.Jas.Buker
Prosldeut Kxeciitis,-''nunoll . Hob.C'.E.Pooley
Provincial Mftieraloglst
Members! Ia; Eslailve Assembly for West Kootenav��� Norili ftidlug    ....     J. M. Kellie
South Hiding J. F. Hume
il'llt'.
KASLO 01
Mayor
Alclermen--A.W. (
Moore, (I. Hartin,
City Clerk
Police Magli
City Marslia
Assistant
Auditor
Treasurer
Assessor
Water Cimini
Health Offlci
Cilyeoiine;
t>liu.li, itli
TK.'IAl, DIRECTORY.
Chus.W. McAnn
:.' i.li'iniiiKli.F.E. Aruher.J. D.
D. tv. Moure, Ceo. Whiteside.
E. E. Chlnmtin
,      .      .        sVle.x Lucas
. it. V. Adams
Vi. A. Milne.
C. I). McKenzie
.   S. II. llreen
.     S. I*. Tu.-'k
tier   .      .      .     K. A. Cookie
li.-. ,1. I', n. Rogers
��� it every Wednesday 1 p. ni.ut
et.,." i front st. ami A ave.
VOLUM'Kl-.K PIKE OEl'ARTMKNT.
Chief
First Deputy Chlel
Second Depot fChl
Third Deputy Utile
Secretary     .      ,
Treasurer       ,      ,
lluk��� P, Fletcher
Cen. Keid
.  John (Hills
Ceo. Whiteside
Archie Morris
(jus Adams
DISTHX T DIKKCTORY,
Mliilnc itccor !��� ������ tsseBSoi fax Co). . .tno.Kecii
Collector of Cn-toii!! .      J. F Mcintosh
Ss-hool Tru-1 .','.'���     ur  -y, 3, i>. Moore,
u. 0. Buchanan. I'rinelpnl   Prof, Jas. Hislop.
K..S1 0 1 ' -'I'il'ICE.
Oeneral deli very t pou dally [Sundays excepted) from �� a. in until 1 p. m. Lobby "pen [rem
7 a. in. to !>.:��.' ii. m. Hall ������ r despsloh close sv*
ery evening i g_.pt Baturday and Bunday, al t
p. in. Mails an'' re from I'nlted States and lake
points dally axe i; Suntlaj, al D.80 p. pi. From
C. P. K. ain't Slooan points, arrive dally, except
Sutnlay, uti i' I". RegistTal Ion office open&BO
a.m.,6.60p.m dfoi ��� j '.* offloe and Post-
olliee Saving- Bank opi n B a. ni. to .'i p. ni.
S. ll. OHEESi Postmaster.
l-RATI itN'Al  ORG VN CATIONS.
��      MASON Lodge ttO. 'it,. A. t. it
#\      A. v. . meets 8ral Monday in every
%��  __*"   nn.'"'i al  MiUsOnii   halt over Green
/V_P\    Urn-     Hon iting lirothers   in-
' W ��  vit its ���":���'���     ii.Byers,w.ar;
K. E. Chipman,  ���' i a. ...
MASONIC I'll,'i'l'KU ' ��� ' i i..-i.Uiilittr, R.A.
M., holds revC'ir c'l- ��� '. iiu "ii the saeond
Tuesday oi,-.. 'h moofhln Ma: Mile hall,Kailo
Visiting ci'i.j'i   i' .-   ������ 'niltv itivlteii.
L'has. Tritinb . ',��.���:���:;���t i-'        I.. !���:. Cliipmnn, X.
MACCABEES Slocan Ten* No. ti. Knights ol
the MaecaL, us, meets second and fourth Mondays of each moot- tit Lit iv. ton's hull, Kaslo
Visit ing Kis;e.!.t�� cordially Invited.   .
vt. a. Hint, i, Commander.
Colph Johnson  ' eoj    !' "1*.
F0RE8TER8���Court Kaslo No. 8387, tndepend-
ont Order of Forosters Ueets Ith Friday of
each month In \ ictorla house, Visiting
brethren are cordial!) Invited.
;    itfatli iu. Chlel Ranger.
w.j. Hall, Recording Boer'
[L.S.]     THOS, H. McINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE uf BfOTISHCOliUMBIA
VICTORIA, bj ii' (.-"j of God, of
tho United Kingdom of Groat Britain and Ireland, QUEEN) Defender of tbe Faith, .tc, &&, &.e.
To all to whom those presents shall
come���Greeting!
A PROCLAMATION.
Arthur O. Smith, Deputy Att'y-Gon.
WHEKKA.-s i! 'i,. ,:,.. irable to escab*
llsh Tan Milo, ��� oeao Lake, as
an additional l'nllln^ plnre in the Slocan Riding "f West KootonayEHootoral
District:
HOW KNOW YE that by virtue 0/
(be autborlty contained in   the  "1'ro-
vlnclal Kiev 11, ds Act,   and of ull other
powora und ;��� it hiii'tt.li'H in that 'nchalf
onaldln_:, tho  Lltutai     M"ori]orin
Council aeclures tliat the pl��oe Ifncv.-n
US Ten-Mile, fcSlocaa Lak \ -hull bound
-is hereby established a poll ��(} place in
tho said Sluciit) Rid.njrol tbeflttidWost
Kootenay Electoral District:
In  Testimony   Whereof   We  havo
caused Our  Letters  to be made
patent, nnd GrVeat Seal of tho Baid
province to  bo horeunto affixed!
WltnOBi,, the Honourabk Thomn.
Robert M< tones, Lieutenant-Oov-
crnor of Our Hitid province of lirit-
[_h Columbia, in tho olty of Victoria, in Our  said   province, this
twenty-first dny of ���' tne,  in the
year of   Our   I 1)1 -   on     thousand
oipht   hundred  and   ninety-plgbt,
ami in   tl.i    6ixt-y-secm��1  year of
Oui- Reign.
Py Command. ..���..-.���,
A.CAMI'BKLL REDME.
Deputy Provincial Secretary.
PROCLAMATIONS.
[L.S.]     THOS. R. McINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of
the United Kingdom of Groat Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender
of the Faith, Ac, &e., &c.
To all to whom these Pn sents shall
come���Greeting.
A PROCLAMATION.
D. M. Ebeuts, Attorney-General.
WHEREAS it is advisable to establish tho following polling
places in the several and respective Electoral Districts hereinafter
named.
NOW KNOW YE that, by virtue of
the authority contained in tho "Provincial Elections Act," the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council declares that the
following polling places shall be, and
they are hereby, established for the
several Electoral Districts, the names
of which are sot opposite such polling
places, respectively, that is to say:���
Polling Places. Electoral District.
Kaslo 1	
Ainsworth	
Pilot Bay	
Argenta    |
Sandon  -.    '���
New Denver  West
silverton       Kootonay
Slooan City  Slocan
Robson  Hiding.
JnblleePoint.HouserLk
WhitOsvator Station....
Three Porks	
Deer Park	
Slocan Junct|C.&K.Ry, /
In Testimony WHEREOF Wo have
caused these Our Letters to bo
made Patent and the Groat Seal
of Hritish Columbia to bo hereunto
affixed: W1TNB8B, the nondurable
Titos. H. MclNNBB, Lieutenant-
Governor of Our said Province of
British Columbia, in our City of
Victoria, in Our said Province,thls
fifteenth dny of June, in the year of
Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight, and in the
sixty-first year of Our Reign.
By Command.
A. CAM PELL REDDIE,
Deputy Provincial Secretary.
���S
mm*��
[L.s.]     TIIOS. H. McINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
VH'TORIA, BY THE GRACE OF ROD, OFTHE
UNITED KJN'i ������".'! OFOEltAT IINITAIN
.\ND IRK] ���"',';' i:i;\\ i'i:!"-:: ih:i:iii
Tfl*g PAITJ    '. .. it .-v.-.
To Our Faithful the Members electod to sine
in ihe -oglslatlve tisemUj m Our Vtetr
line of British Ctolunibia,nnd to al! whoa
It jiiay'i'Oiii'ern,���UltKKTIN'H.
A PROCLAMATION.
and consent ot Our Executive Council ol unr
Provinot'of Brltisl'loiuiiiliia, Iii ilin.-i.lv" Uie
iircseut Ta'Kislatite -SSODlblyol mir tuiil I'rov-
Ine", tvlileii stands prorogued 1111:11 summoned
for ilispatoli of business.
NOW K.N'OU' VIC IhalU'e iio, for tills euil,
publish thlsoui' Itnyal I'roeliiiautloii, onil iio
lierobv dissolve the Ullslative Asaeinnlv accordingly, ami the members (hereof  are di*-
oharged from further aitendanoe on same,
IN TESTIMONY IVIUtRKOPWe iiave eanse.l
thuse our Lettors to he made Patent, anil
tin* Ureal svalof Uritlsli Columbia to be
hereunio alli.veil: W I'l'NKSS, the Honourable THOAIAHB. MoINVltS, Lieutenant-
tlovoruor 01 inn- sni.l rrovliiea of lirlliuli
Coliimlilii, In Our cltv of Victoria, in Our
mild 1'rovlnee, this fevenlli day o( .lune,
iu thu year of Our lord One Tlioiisninl
Klglit Iliinilred inn! Nlnetv-Klulil, ami In
the sixty-first */eoi of Our Reign..
By Coiiimiuul.
n. if. TVHWiiirr hhakk,
Registrar Ot Ilie Kuiirenie Courl.
THE GOVKRNMKNT OF THE
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
Notice to Provincial Tax Payers.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY    GIVEN
that thoso persons who desire to
tako i.dvunt,u.j.<M|- the lower Hte
for the current  your   must   semi the
amount thereof tome on or before the
.'li'Lh .lune. instant.
JOHN KEEN,
Provincial Assessor and Collector.
Kaelo, B. C.
[L.s.J    THOS. R. McINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, BY THK GRACE 0,F OOD, OF TOE
UNITED KINGDOM OE OREAT BRITAIN
AND IRELAND, QCEEN, DEFENDER OF
THE FAITH, sdc, diO.,4-0.
To all to whom these t resents shall conic,���
OREETING.
A PROCLAMATION.
D..M. EBERTS,
Attorney-General.
W IIEli
dei
REAS WE ARE
desirous anil reived, as soon as
may lie, to meet Our people of Our I'rovince of
British Columbia, and to have their advice in
Our Iseirishiture, We do make known Our Royal
Will and Pleasure to call a new Legislative Assembly of Our snid Province; and do further
declare that, by the advice of Our Executive
Council ol British Colombia, We have this day
given orders for issuing Our Writs in due form,
for calling a new Legislative Assembly for Our
said Province, wliich Writs are to bear date on
the seventh day of June, instant. and to be re-
tuninbleo'i or beforo the thirty-first day of
August next.
' IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We hnve caused
these i inr letters to he made Patent, and
the Public Seal of the said Province te be
hereunto affixed: witness, the Honourable THOMAS R. McINNES, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Province of
British Columbia,in Our City of Victorias
in Onr said i'rovince, this M-'veiirh day of
June, in the year of Our Lord i Ine Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-Eight,
and in thesixty-lirst yenrof Our Reign.
By Command,
11. D. TYRWHITT DRAKE,
Registrar of ihe supreme Court.
If...'
THOS. R. Mi'INNES.
VICTORIA, HY TIIE GRACE OF 1,011,01-' TIIE
I'NITED KINGDOM OF I, HEAT BRITAIN
AND IRELAND, QUEEN, DEFENDER OF
THE FAITH, .I-i.,*(���., ,v.e.
To the Returning Officer of Ihe slocan Riding
nf Wesl Kootenay Electoral District:
WHEREAS HlH HONOUR THE LIEI'
leiian{-Governor ot Hritish Columbia
Im-, by a Proclamation bearing date
iho 7lh day of June, 1808, been pleased to dissolve the l.i'-is!ntive Assembly ol the said
J'l-ovini-e; aiul whereas it Is necessary to hold
Elections throughout the said Provlnoe to nil
the viicRiu-les caused by sueb dissolution. We
command you that,ootlcooftln time and place
of Election being duly given, youdooauseEloc-
tion to be made, according to law, of One
Member to serve in the Legislative s-Viaambly
oi the Province of British Columbia for ihe
sbti'iiii Riding ol West Kootenay Electoral Districts and thai you do cause the nomination of
Candidates at such Election lo be held on the
28th day ol June 18IW, and do cause the name
ui such" Mem!'.-'.' ben so "]i it,', i, whether In
bi present or abi��nt, In be it rtilied to Our 8u
nreme Court, at tbe City ol Victoria, on or be-
loru the ;!ls! 'i.i, of August next, II.e Election
so made, distinctly auu openly nndor Our Seal
duly Indorsed upon this our Writ.
IN TESTIMONY WHKIiTCoF, We have caused
"these Our Letters to be made Patent under the Gr..at Seal of oui- said Province of
Hritish Columbia: WITNESS, the Honourable THOMAS It. McINNES, at Onr
ilovernniiiit House, at Victoria, this seventh day of .lune, in the year nf Our Lord
One Thousand Eight Hundred nn-i Nine
ty-Kight.
Hv Command.
H. li. TYRWHITT DRAKE.
Registrar "i the Bupreme Courts
S UNA
���.���Otli May, 1MW.
n IS HONOUR TIIE LlEI'TENANT-OOVEIt-
nor hat been ploased to appoint tho un
liernientioncl persons to bo Collectors of Votes,
under the provisions uf section 16 of tho "Redistribution Act, 1898," namely:
JOHN d. SIIIHAI.D, of Uevelstoke, for the
Revelstoke Riding, West Kootenay Electoral
District.
ALEXANDER LUCAS, of Kaslo, for Ihc
slocnn Riding, West Kootonay -lectoral District.
RODERICK F. TOI,Mi:., ol Nelson, for Ihe
Nelson Riding, West Kootenay Electoral Din
trlct.
JOHN KIRKIT. of Rossland, for the Ross
land Riding, West Kootenav Electoral Ills
Hiel.
And his Honor ih" Lieutenant-Governor has
been pleased to appoint ti.>' undermentioned
person to be Distributing Collector, under the
provision* olsteolion 17 of ths said Aot, name-
In the format Blootorai District m West
Kootonay,   QEOROK   a. UCJ-'arland,   of
Nelson.
t&
Provincial feritry's flic.
8th June 18f*8.'
HIS HONOUR THE I.1FI"I'FNIN'I'.GOVEK-
nor hns ''.en pleased to appoint Kl.ETi'I!
EB S. ANDREWS, Esaulre.tobo Reluming of.
[leer for the Slocnn Hiding of West Kootenay
electoral District; and
His Honour tin* LIpiitenaut-QovcrnorjChas
been pleased to appoint and declare Ihe oov-
erntucnt Office, Kaslo, lo be the place for the
nomination of candidates for selection to thc
Legislative Assembly In the Hlovan Hiding of
West Kootonay Electoral District.
t
Just
Arrived
A Seasonable Line of
\
. Fine Groceries.
Including Such Delicacies as
Smyrna Dried Met. Preserved New Orleans Figs.
Rum Lai Tea.   Chase it Sanborn's Coffees.
Anil all Noted Brands of Coffee, Mecca, Mocha and Java.
Cross & Blackwell'g Pickles.
Patterson's Chutney Pickles.   French mustard.
Sliced Smoked Hoof and the Noted Beef Extract, Bovril.
We cun furnish almost any thing desired in the
Grocery Line.    But that is not all.
Our Men's Furnishing Goods.
Continue to comprise tho Largest and Finest Assortment in the city.   Call
and seo them.
GREEN BROS.,
Cornor A Aveiinoand Third Street, Kaslo, B. C.
Subscribe For the
MORNING   NJSW8,
And Get It Fresh.
���    ���
oe enterprising.
Advertise in
rheMorni ngN ews
And Increase Your business.
Brightest, Newsiest Paper
in the Kootenay.
GIVE IT A TRIAL,
IT WILL PAY YOU.
te & Co.,
JO JsWB   I I
Wholesale Dealers in
FRESH FRUITS
and VEGETABLES
Also Hav. Feed and Produce.
We ship direct from California and are prop a eA to quole
the 'owest market prices on all kinds of fruits iu season.
BAKER ST.,
NELSON, B. C RAILROADS AN!) STEAMBOATS,
Shortest and quickest routo to the
Coeur d'Alene mines, Palouse, Lewis-
ton, Walla Walla, Baker City mines,
Portland, San Francisco. Cripple Creek
field mines and al! points east and south.
Only lino east vi,n Salt Lake and Denver.
Steamer tiekets to Europe and other
foreign countries.
Ocean si earners leave Portland evory
three days for San Francisco.
Leave |      Spokano lime Schedule      | Arrive
6.00   I FAST MAIL-WiiUa'sYalhi, I'ort-
li.ni.    land. Sum Francisco',���flu,;.'!' I'ity
dally. I and the limit.
8.00     LOCAL MAIL���Coour d'Alenes,
a.m.    Farmington, Guvllel.l,   Colfax,
duily. i Pullman and Moscow.
' 7,15
a. in.
daily.
8.40
p. in.
duily.
For through tickets and further information,
apply to .1 AM IIS WAUGH,
Agt I. N.'-i T. Co., Kaslo, B. C.
Or at O. K. .v N. Co.'s ofllce, .80 Riverside ave.,
Spokane, Wash.   ii. ti. A DAMS. General ArL
Or   w. li. ifi'LBtiRT, u. P. A.,Portland,Ore.
KASLO & SLOCAN R?
Trains Run on Paoiflo Standard Time.
TIME CARD.
QpingWest. Daily QolngEast
H.00 a, in. Lv Kaslo Ar 8.60 p. m.
8.3(5 a. m. I.v.. Son Hi.fork Ar 8.15 p. ni.
0.80 u. ni. l.v" ".'S|.mule's Ar2.1.ip. nl,
o.5i _. ni. Lv Whitewater Ar 2.00p. m.
10.U8a. in. I.v 1',,'ur l.ake Ar 1.43 ]>. m.
10.18 a. in. l.v MoGuigan Arl.S8 p. in.
10.88 a. in. Lv....Cody Juuetlon ��� A.rl.12 p. in.
10.50 u. in. Ar Bandon i.v 100 p. m.
GEO. F. COl'EI.AXD, Supt.
BOBT, IRVING, G.F. ,t !'. A.
UKi; AT
N O K  I'll K UN
-CAM,WAY
The surveyor's chain made it the
Shortrst Transcontinental rioute.
It is the moat modern in equipment,
lt ts the heaviest railed line.
l has a rook-ballast roadbed,
It crosses no sand deserts,
it waa built without land grant or govt. aid.
[t'ls noted tor tho court!  y of Its omploj is.
lt is only line serving meals on la carte plan.
Kootenay connection at. llonner's Furry .Tuesday. Wedlu's.liiy.'l'hurs'Iay.Baturday andSunday
TRAINS LEAVE SPOKANE,
Eastward 8.60 a. m | VVostward...,.8.85 p.m.
For maps, ticket'' und .onipleic Information,
call on or address I.N.A: T, Co.'s nuts, K..v. K. Ky.
agts, or C. G. DIXON,Oen. Agt., Spokane,Wii.
!���'. t.WHITNEY,<_. I'..'. T. A.,8t. Paul, Minn
The Canadian Pacific Ry.
���AND���
Soo Pacific Line.
The choapost, most comfortable and
direct routo from Kaslo to all points in
Canada and the United States. The
only lino running through tourst oars
to Toronto, Montreal and Boston, and
through tourist cars to St. Paul daily.
Magnificent sleepers and dlnlng.oara
on all trains.    Travel by this line and
have baggage checked to destination.
Daily oonneotlon from Kaslo every
nay, excepting Sunday, at 7..'to a. na.
For Kuskonook and lake points, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
For Argenta and Lardo, Tuesday aud
Friday tit B.16 p. m.
For full luti'i'miiUon, cull on or address
ALDER I'.ISIIOP,
Freight and Passenger Agent, Kuslo, B. c.
Or to W. F. ANDERSON,
Traveling Pots, Agt, Nu:, >���>, n. o.
E. J. COYLE,
District Pasteuger Agent, Vancouver.
Wrilc for Klondike Folder and Map.
Wfeirlael) %
The Fast Line,
Superior Service.
Throuch tickets to all. points in United
Statos and Canada. - -Direct Connection
with tlie Spokano Fall. & Northern Ky.
TRAINS DEPART FROM SPOKANE:
No. 1 West....8:86p.m. | No.2East....7:00a. m.
Tickets to Japan and China via Tacoma
and Northern Pacific Steamship Company. For information, time cards,
maps and tickets, apply to agts. of the
Spokano Fulls & Northern and its connections, or to F. D. GIBBS,
General Asrent, Spokane Wash.
D. CHARLTON, Asot. Gen., Pass. Agt.,
No. 265 Morrison sti. Portland, Ore.
Write for Map o. Kootenay Country,
Spokane Falls
and Northern
Nelson # Fort Sheppard,
Red Mountain Railways.
Tho ouly all rail route without
change of cars botween Nelson and
Rossland and Spokane ___| Rossland.
TIME CARD.
Leave 0.20 a. m Nelson Arriv  5.:i,r> p. m
Leave 12.06 a. m... Rossland Arrive 11.20 p.m.
Leave 8.30 a. m Spokane Arrive 8.10 p. in.
Tho train that leaves Nelson at 0:20
a. m. makes close connections at Spokane with trains for all . . .
ii'
'01NTS.
Passengers for Kottlo river & Boundary
ck. connect at Marcus with Btage daily.
INTERNATIONAL
Navigation �� Trading Co., ua
Steamers ru.crii-ation.il uml Alberta Oil Kootenay Lukennd Riv*5r���Suntmet Time Card In ef*
feet loth March, 189IS~Sul.jcet to change.
STEAMER IXTERNATIONAL-I.etu.��s Kaslo
for Nol^im and wuy points,duily except Sunday,
B.80 ii. in. Arrive Nofthport '.'.43 a. in.; ROBS-
lund, 11.20a. in. andfipokane, ;itO p. m.
Leave Nelson lot Kaslo and way points, daily
except 8unday,6.00 p.m.Lcave Spokane 8.80 a.m,j
Kossland, B-4S a. m.; North,iort, 1*85 p. m.
Five Mil'' Point connection with all im*-*>(*i-^vr
trains of N\ & Id W. Hy. tn and from Northport,
Uossland and Spoltane, Tickets sold and i>ng-
gage chocked to all United States points.
BTEAMES ALBERTA���Leaves Kaaio forl.n.s*
konook and way p<��inl^ and Bonner's Ferry,Ida.
Tuesdays and Saturdays ai vtH) p.m., arriving at
Kuskonook at 10.80 p.m. and Bonner's Ferry at 8
a.m. next day. Returning Ivs. Bonner's Perry
Wed., Frldayp and uud Sundays at 2 p. to., urv.
Kuskonook 8 p. 111., Kaslo 1 ft. m, following day.
Also from .May 5th etteamer will make Bame trip
leaving Kaslo overy Thursday atOO'elook a. m.
Bonner's Ferry connection with all tmsmsiiKer
trains of (.. N. Ily., urv, westward at Spokane
8.10 p. m.t or lv. Bonner's Krrrv for tho cast at
1,15 i>. in.   Meals and berths not Included.
PasSsengers on ss. International from Nelson,
etc., for points on lake south of Pilot Buy, will
connect nt tlmt point with the Ss. Alherta.
Passengers for Kelson via SB. Alberta, from
points south of Pilot Bay, can by arrangement
witli purser,havestop-over Rt Pilot Bay or Ains
worth,or connect with IntemationAl al Kaslo.
Company's steamers oonnect Kootenay Lake
and Blocan points with nil .points in U. 8. and
Canada by wayof Spokane and Kootenay river.
a. ALKXAMtKH, Genwal Manager.
P.O. Box 132, Kaslo, li. t\
Kuskonook and Bonner's Forry.
Sir. Ainsworth.
Loaves Kuskonooli at 12 o'clock noon.Monflaj
Wednes lay and Friday, upon arrival nt -tern*
or Nrlson with passengers trom [Casio, Aim,
worth. Pilot liny and KeU%n. Arrives Bonner'i
Ferry ii p. in., Mouday, Wednesday anil Friday
11 aves Bonner's Ferry 2 p.m.,TuosdaT,Thun
day and Saturday, upon arrival oi ti. I",'. iraim
Iromes land ..: ;. Arrives Kuskonook li p.
in i Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday,
17 .1. MATHEWS, Manager.
Tl'.AVKt.iat'S GWIDJl.
Summary of Railway and Btoamof Tims,
Cants From is:. -I..-.
For Whitewater, Sandon, Cody, oto., K. ft. 3.
Railway train.leave Kaslo daily ut H.a. ui.; ru-
luriiin:*, arrive at Kai'." nt 8.60 p. m.
For ",:.., Fork). New Denver, Kosehery and
Nakusp, take K.& . . Ily. from Kaslo to Sandon,
and thenoe Kakusj .���. siocau Railwftyi leaving
Sandon dally :,i , i", a. to..; returning, arrive
dally ui Sandon ai i.v, p. m.
Fur Revelstoke, Vancouver, Victoria and oil ���
it main lino points on ('. I'. It., Pout from Nti-
kiHit to Arrowhead, cur* to Rayalbtolca, thenoe
connect with east uml weat bound trains.
I'or Bilvcrton, Blocan City, take str, Blorun on
Blocan lako,connecting wlili S'.dtB.at Rosebery.
lor Northport, Bpokane, Rossland ami Qrand
Porks,tako the Btr, International trom K��:In
'iuily at .,80 ii. m., except Bunday, making connections nt Five Mile Point with the N. A. F. *-.
Ity.. tnenri'to Norliiporl. From Nurtliport to
Bpokane continue the railway, known 'south "i
Northport as the Bpokane Fails a Northern, arriv ing at Bpokane, Wash., nt 8.10 p. in.
Or Tot Bpokane, tako I. M. _i T. Col's sir. Alberta irom Kaslo in Bonner's Ferry, Tuesdays
aud Saturdays al 6 p.m. nml Thursdays at B
a m., ami oonnool at Bonner's Ferry wi tn Great
Northern trains to Bpokane, arriving nt 8.10
tin; following day.
For Rossland change at Northport to tim Red
Mountain Hv., anlvlng <it Rossland at 11.20a.m.
Or, Rosslanel may be reached I'mm Nelson via
c. A- K . Kv. to Robson, thonce by river st amqi
to Trail, toenoe bj c..'. W. By. to Rossland, nr.
Ros-sland may Pa roaobed via Nakusp and Trail
by strms.down Irrovi lakes and ''olumbln river.
For'Iran.i Forks and BoundarnCroeli pointK,
take B. F. A X. Ky. ir..: i Northport in Bossburg
or Marcus, theni i: by itage across reservation.
For Ainsworth, Pilot Hay, Nelson, etc., I. U.&
P.Co.1 tr. International leaves Kaslo daily .ex,
capt Bunday, at U.2oa.m.i retnrning,waves Nelson at ���"* I*. in., arriving at Kasio Hl.oiit H.80 p. in.
c p. It. Co.'s Btr. Kokanee leaves Kailo dally,
exoept Sunday, at 7.80 a, tn.. arriving at Nolson ai il a.m.'; returnlngs leaves Nelson at t\>.
m., arriving at Kuslo at lM p. m.
For Argenta ami Lardo, Htr. Kokunoc makes
round trips every Tuesday and Friday, leav-Dl
Kaslo al S.U p.mi.
For Kuskonook, Ft. Bteele,OU).. take Htr. Ko*
knlino Moti>lav,s\i''ln,'Mlay nml Friday aw.80a.
m��� or I.  N. A T. Co.'s Htr. Alberta Tuesday,
Thursday and Baturday at 8 j). n.i thence by
stagu to Port BteeloWe-jMSdax and Saturday.
Tlie following Is a lablu ot distances from
Kaslo to .lurrnuudliig bus nasi imlnts
West or Nortll.    Miles
Whitewater  17
Hear Lake 20
Metliilgan 23
Bandon, 3 bouts 20
Cody  Ill
Three Forks ," 3.H
New Denver  88
Rosebery .' 41
Silverton.'
Blocan city
Nskusp	
Hnrton City.
Lardo	
Argenta	
Duncan-City
BaleyOnBotBprlngs 8i
Arrowhead  lt'6
Laurie ltio
��� n's Land'gsllfl
Trout Lake City... 128
Ferguson ��� mo
Revelstoke, :;i hrs ,181
Vernon 'lilt
gentlcton 2118
KninUlops 2<11
Asheroft S08
Lyttf-n ISO
Yale Kg
.Vow Wesl minster. .1*1:1
Vancouver. 51 iirs ...1 :
Vli -.;i a, 6a hours. StUi
��wntiTe, 28 Inust!'... ,6m
Tacoma, 80 hours. .020
Portland, in hours, .6&2
Kast of South.    Miles.
Ainsworth 12
Pilot Hay 20
Htslfour 28
Sunea V8K
Nelson, i hours 42
Vmir 00
Robson 70
frail 80
NorthpoR, 7 hours  lO'l
Roi  In ml, 10hours. .Ill)
i. oi btirk;...' -.122
.Marcus 180
Grand Forks lw
(.(at nwood tt*2
Auaooudi li'ti
Boundary   200
Midway. 2W
Spokane, U bonis.,282
K uskonook .* 46
Ooat River 65
Bedllngton(Ryko��ts)7S
Porl inn,.'. 78
Lucas 1<W
Bonner's Kerry, in hlM)
Moyle Clly 125
Swansea l.to
Wardner, JB.'O .11.0
Cranbrook  ItB
Fort Kteele WO
Canal Flats 100
Windermi ro 816
Donald ..'2,2
Golden 280
Banff .su
/'w*|j-r__."-__"^jy    **ijy    **' *���*   ^_!_^j-r_^_ii*^ "**
KASLO!' M
THE BUSINESS CENTER
OF THE
AINSWORTH
MINING
DIVISION !
f
^And the  gateway to tlie Great Slocan With Its Score or More of
Dividend
Paying
Properties
1
Kasfo, the cityof Energy!
Is Also A City of Homes.
Beautifully Situated on kootenay Lake, With a Delightful
Climate. It has Churches, Schools, and Public Reading Rooms
Well Graded streets.    A Good Local Telephone system.
The Best of Electric Light and Power Plants. Daily Communication with
the Outer World through two Great Railway and Steamboat Companies.
Large Pay Rolls from, local Lumbering, Ore Sampling and Other Industries.
$20,000
Is being expended in Public
Improvements This Year !
FOR FURTHER IN FORMAT 10K APPLY TO
Kaslo Board of Trade
Gr. O. Buchanan, Pres.,
Q. E. MARTIN, Secy
KASLO, B. C.
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