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 , If You See it in the
I NEWS It is True.
Vi**N_*-**-**N>*
II AITfal
ADS PAY \
EVERY DAY
IN TIIK  DAILY NKWH. )
VOL. III.
KASLO, B. C, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 24,1898.
NO. 23.
AF
i  nu
dy Heard aThun^"*'
iTowdCuk
Very Beavy CSannonading vras Con-
Mr. ISytvs Is Branching Out.
Hamilton Byers, of thin city, tho well
known hardwaro merchant, on Saturday last bought out the old established hardwaro business of John A.
Turner & Co. of Nolson, the grocery
stock being sold to Kirkpatoick & Wilson. Mr. Byers will continue tho business at tho old stand in Nelson, thc
headquarters being at the main stoic
in Kaslo.
CELEBRATION NOTES.
BRUTAL ASSAULT
Provincial Policeman
/
Tho Kaslo firo boys made   their last  K
practice   run  yostorday   morning.   I, j*
was a dross rehearsal and they looked
all right In their racing  uniforms  of
black jerseys  and  short  white  duck
trousers.
1. M. Nisliet
Washington, May 88.���The navy department hM given out the following
official bulletin, "No truth in tho
published statement, concerning an engagement off St. Nicholas Mole, Hayti,
S s*
'in which 12 ships wero reportod sunk."
a	
t'llluinntnliilK llemcl ..IT lluytl.
Portau l'rineo, Hayti, May 2.1.��� The
following dispatch has beeu recoived
, from Port do Paix, dated Saturday
last, land communication having boon
I interrupted up to date: "A Furious
jYannonading wns heard on the 19th In
I the direction of tho north of Cuba. To-
| day, Saturday, the oannonadlng con-
I linuos in a very lively fashion."
Tho fragrant evergreens that havo
boon erected by the city and individuals in front of ull vacant business lots
for today's decorations, are very fresh
and inviting and do much toward giving tho town a pleasing appearance on
this important anniversary.
Editor of the Kuskonook Searchlight
at Kuskonook, B. C.
As far as heard from tlio entries  for
Kuskonook, B. C. May 2,'i.���Quito a
sensation WH caused hero Sunday
morning by a brutal assault mado on
tho person of  11. M. Nlsbet, editor  of
He then assaulted Mr. Nlsbet in the
most brutal manner, throwing him to
tho floor and striking his head against
the arm of a heavy chair with such
force as to knock him senseless. While
in this condition Mr. Nisbot was dragged from the private apartments of
Messrs. Gould & Eraser against their
emphatic protest. When Mr. Nisbot,
in a semi-conscious state, had been
dragged down tho llight of steps in
front of Mr. Gould's store he was
thrown heavily to the ground. By this
lime Mr. Nisbet had returned to consciousness and asked to bo permitted to
regain his feet, as ho had no intention resist to the officer, whereupon
Mr. Eorrester said: "You G��� d��� s���
of a b��� I'll put you on your feet," and
with that he jerked tho prostrate man
from the ground and hurled him into
the police building where he wai: brutally choked while boing shackled and
chained to thc Moor, with tho romnrk
from Mr. Forroster, "You s��� of a b~
you aro where I want you now."
When the above facts became known
an indignation meeting of our citizens
was held and the following requisition
was drawn up and   forwarded   to Gold
Arrived Of Kev lest
:
AnAnglo-AmericaQ Alliance
In Juiia.
Tlie I'-adfe Reserve Fled Soon lo
Start For Cuba.
Washington, May  23.���Tlio Oregon
arrived off Key West this morning.
Speculations! A limit Schley.'
Now York, May 23.���A Key West
klispatch says it was figured that Com-
jinodoro Schley had had time to come
Jiup with tho Spanish Heot if it re-
[ mained in the neighborhood of Santiago, but that thore had not been time
(for a dispatch boat to bring back word
irom him.
NEW METHUDIST PASTOK.
Kev. J. A. Wood, Prom Revelstoke,
Stationed at Kaslo.
Program of Today's Sports.
10a. m.���Caledonian Sports��� Uaoes on Front St., Jumping, etc., on A avo.
Ut Prize.    2nd Prize.
50 yard boot race '    * 5.00 12.00
75 yard egg and spoou race        5.00 2.00
101) yard race for boys under 1."*,        5,00 8.00
75 yard three-legged race        5.00 2.00
100 yard open foot race      10.00 5.00
220 yard open foot race '      15.00 5.00
���110 yard open foot raco       15.00 5.00
Illuming broad jump        5.00 2.00
Running hop, step and jump        5.00 2.00
.Running high jump        5.00 ��� 2.00
Standing high jump        5.00 2.00
Vaulting with pole        8.00 1.00
Tossing the Caber        8.00 4.00
1 'uttitig tho stone        8.00 4.00
Catching tho greasy pig Winner takes tho pig,
Seotch dancing at tho band stand, Fourth and Front streets:
Highland fling Gold medal ($10) Silvor medal ($5).
2 p. m.���Football match, New Benver vs. Kaslo, at ball grounds.
lip. m.���Baseball match, Nolson vs. Sandon, at ball grounds.
5 p. m.���Hose reol contest���Nolson, Sandon and Kaslo firemen; pui'8e,$150.
��':30 p. m.���Horse races for Slocan entries on A avenue:
1st Prize. 2nd Prize.
Horserace $25.00 $15.00
Pony race      15.00 10.00
Mule raco        6.00 4.00
9 p. m.��� Grand ball at Kaslo Hotel Auditorium.
10 p. m.���Display of fireworks from barge on tho lake.
Musio will bo furnished by the New Denver cornet band of 14 pieces.
Aliglo-Amt'rlcliii Allium!) 111 .l.iiniileii
New York, May 23.���A special to
the Evening World from Kingston.
Jamaica, says a dispatch received by
the military authorities hereon Saturday announces tho signing of a defeE
live A'.iglo-Amcrican treaty and inii-
mates that a war crisis is imminent,
immediately affecting Jamaica. All
military and naval leavos have been
cancelled and supplies for 18 month.
are being stored.
At the annual Methodist conforenco,
recently adjourned at Victoria, the following appointments of pastors in
Kootenay were made: Rossland, Rev.
.1. H. Mordon from Nelson; Nolson,
Rov. J. Robson from Kamloops; Kaslo,
Rev. J. A. Wood from Revelstoke; Sandon, Rev. B. N. Sanford returned; New
Denvor and Slocan City, Rev. R. N.
|/ Powell returned.
Rev. Wood, who has been assigned
to Kaslo, has officiated at Revelstoke
ifor tho last three years. He is said to
[be an evcelleut organizer. He is a man
frof family. His first sermon in Kaslo
���will probably be next Sunday.
Ii This What You Aro Looking For?
Comfortable, clean, well  furnished
Irooins by the day, week or  month at
reasonable prices at the  Victoria, A
fivenue, near 6th  street.   No  bar at-
pt-ohed.   Bathe free to guests.
W. J. HAIA, Propr
to-day's horse races are: Cameron's
Nellio, entored by tho Kaslo-Transfer
Co.; Tony, entered by Billy Wamsloy;
ilaldy, entored by Al. Mclvinnon;
Pedro, of Kuskonook, ontorod by E. J.
Mathews; and Croasy Buck, of Sandon,
entered by Bruce White.
The Str.Alborta brought up botweon
50 and 75 passengers early yesterday
morning from Bonner's Ferry and Kue-
konook to participate in the celebration.
It is the intention of the Kaslo baseball club ��to invite today's winning
toara to stay over a day and play a
game with them tomorrow forenoon.
As will be observed by the changed
program on the flrst page, the football
game will come off at 2 p. m, instead
of 9 a. m.
the Searchlight, by Provincial Policeman Forrester, now stationed hero. It
sooms that Mr.Forrester took umbrage
at a notico appearing in last Wednesday's issue of the Searchlight, of which
the following is a copy:
"A bold, bad man with a shotgun
and big revolver, parading the streets
last Sunday, helped to break the monotony caused by tho Raines dry law
now in force in this glorious burg."
Mr. Forrester claimed that the above
was a reflection on him as an officer
and freely expressed himself as being
determined to wreak vengeance on the
person responsible for the appearance
of the item.
Sunday morning Mr.Nisbet, together
with several other citizens of Kuskonook were in.the private apartments of
Messrs. Gould & Fraser in the rear of
thoir general store, when Policeman
Forrester rushed In and singled out
Mr. Nlsbet and began to abate him
Commissioner Dennis of Nelson:
Kuskonook, .May 22, 18';*.
A requisition to tho Gold Commie-
sionor requesting the investigation of
the following charges against Previa*
cial Policeman Forrester, now stationed at Kuskonook, to wit:
1. Drunkenness.
2. Soarchlng the iievsoiuind premised
of citizens of Kuskonuok without right
or authority. "$r*'
3. For arresting, while ho was under
the influence oi liquor, two of Kuskonook citizens, brutally striking ono of
said citizens senseless and dragging
him from the premises of one of our
general stores against tho protest of
the proprietor of said store, chaining
said citizens to tbe floor as if thoy were
the worst order of criminals for no reason save and except spite a nd personal
grudge.
For a full iavestigatiou of the forei
going charges at an eai '.y date your
petitioners will ever pray:
Then follows the names of the leading citkene ot Kuskoaoolt.
t'llili/. Itesicrvo Fleet Starts Soon to t'ul'ii.
NewYork, May 23.���A dispatch from
Gibraltar says:
"A Madrid dispatch today Bays that
the Cadiz reserve fleet will soon start
(or Cuba."
Dentli of Edward llellmny.
Springfield, Mass., May 23.���Edwanl
Bellamy, the noted author of '"Looking
Backward", died at his home in Chtoo-
poo Falls, yesterday, aged 48
BBEK  AND BEAKS.
Tlie Only Ikcr Garden in Tovn. .it the
Adams House.
Tlio Adams House will offer you I
day a nice shady place to sit and ret
in ��� the   new  beer  garden.      Pabst's
Milwaukee bear will be served inr-���"���
cents per quart, if you don't want any
boer, corao anyway and see ilu lu.si
cubs enjoy their freo fight. This I ont
of the sights of a lifotime.
Theodore anpGi's
Salvation Army *���<.<��."
The Salvation Army is also celebrating the 24th today by having u big
"go," conducted by the officers aad a
band from the Nolson eo'rp*. Luqch
will be served from 11.30 a. m. to M0
p. m. Good music, good speaking and
altogether a good time is expected.
The services and lunch will be held
in the McGregor building on Front Si.,
Captain Wilkie and Lieutenant Noble
being in oharge.
'
sistpwissji TIIE KASLO MORNING NEWS.
Pttblished f.vkrv Morning Except
Monday .t Kas-iO, B. C.    - ���
By The Ne>vs Pub. Co.
Subscription. $1 per month���-Advertising rates mado known on application.
MAY, 1898.
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QOD BAVB THE QUEEN.
On this May mornimg Kaslo and
British Columbia join with all of the
world-encircling cli.tlu of Groat Britain's colonies in fervently praying
"God Save the Quean." Whether the
prayer be thought or snid or sung, it
iiri-i none tho less Bineoroly, and
America joins with Briton in equal
heart incus in Itt expression.
Willi but another anniversary to
complete before counting 'her years ai
fourscore, Victoria Standi today as the
moil prominent and most honored lig-
ura In the world. Full of yoars and
justly-won honors, nhe is al once the
embodiment of iho greatest empire in
the world und tbe highest type of womanhood.
Only tan years the junior of England's "Grand Old Man," who so
peacefully pasted away but last weok,
Victoria bids fair to eijual if not exceed liim lu length Of days. With a
reign already exceeding in years that
of any other European ruler,it.husstill,
taken us a whole, been one of peace
and civilising Influences.
With both golden and diamond jubilees has she been justly .honored.
Whether considered as tjueen, Era
press l r a. Woman, or whether, as tho
, Composite of all of those, we all wish
her many more happy returns and join
in the wish, "'Cod Save the Queen."
VICTORIA -A GREETING.
Btlght be iiiy dawn, propitious dsy, thut bon'
Thc i">ul maiden,whom high lute ordained,
Enthroned should rule tlie Wind-swept waves,
uul Bhon h
Worl l-'oircling of Britannia's vast domain.
sVorld*wido, her children hull thee, natal day.
Thai bore to tlicm sueh precious gift���a Queen
who knows by graiy ol womanhood to sway
The greatest Empire Unit the world hath lean.
Thj1 proud, free peopl s trout thee trom their
heart*,
Victoria)���Long may'itthon peaceful reign,
Whoso wisdom Icnowotli that the ruler's art
i  iu si who most from ruling eiin refrain.
-tltli May, ions. w. R. s.
MIMING RECORDS.
MKTAI, QUOTATIONS.
New York, Jlay 'Jl���Silver,.",'.'.,"
Lend���Quiet; brokers' price,48.60; exchange
f_.82H(p.7at_.
ORE SHIPMENTS.
Prom Jan. 1. 18PS, to dale tne  leading mines
of tlie Blocan legion   have   snippeil over  the
Kg lo A Sloiaii liHilivuy i'or water  transportation from Kaslo, as follows:
Mill,'.
Payne 	
Ruth	
Whltowatei
EDITOUIAL OUTC'iKJl'lMN'GS.
In thedonth of Edward Bellamy, the
author of "Looking Backward,'' mankind loses a i riici friend.
The editor of the somi-oooastonsl
deioapts interestinyly on life on tie
pi Uriel. Tlie pruit i'*�� doubtle.in form a
taniillur theme to hlm, A recent issue
of the Bpokeaman>Revlew speaks if
liim a*    having oneu   lived nt Tciioa, |i
town on the edge of th    railing Hides
n.' '.I 0 I illuwy i'allium'.
Ton*. Mine. Tims.
aOoOBureka  u
iKoilKidclity  14
1680 Sovereign  2(1
      ��(s!l;Uueen Hl'KH  170
Sloean Star*....      M83ackson     48
Rambler-Cariboo    886Qlbson  16
Lucky JlO     IHKil.Mouti'Ziinia*  678
I.ust Chance     Shocharlestou  80
OOodonougb      JO Antolne  III.'
Dardanelles.      07 Ajax   4u
1 V'rJ-,_i1 __���' _:_: li! Bismarck  88
' Concentrates.
'I'hc folhuving Is a luirlliil stateinenl ol ore
ihlpmonti over tha ('. P. lt, fropi Bloeiui aud
Irfiril'-ini points llnce .January 1st, uot iuolmleil
in the foregoing!
IIOTK1.S ANI) RESTAURANTS.
Central Hotel,
KKUST ST., KASl.O, II. I*.
New Bnlldlng.���Newly Furnished Throughout.
Best Rooms in the City
A FIRST CLABB BAR IXvCONNECTION,
BJJUTEB St CO.
Ho, Fishermen.
Adams House,
KASLO, P. C.
BATES, ?1 Pii DAY AND UPWARDS.
Adams Bros., Props.
Bole scents fur PAB8T BEER, Milwaukee, Wis.
Nelson House,
KASLO) B.C.
NELSON AROSTHliM, PROPRIETORS.
Nicely iiiniislii'.l roonii, liar well stocked. Spokane II,ler on Draught by Schooner or quail
H''sl free lunch In thc citv.
Silver King Hotel
AI'dl"STINK St WKI.IN. PROPRIETORS.
Bar and Billiard Room
IN CONNECTION.
Rooms from �����_ i,,t week lit), Newly furnished
throughout. Klectrle l.lglns. Front si., next
door to Post office, Kaaio, H. c
Lake View
Mine.        Tons. Mine.        Tons.
Vancouver     4usiiverCup  440
i8Jo.au Biar    zoo] Waver ley  oo
Payne    li'MI Idaho  1009
Enterprise .             ID Quesn Hess  610
Concentrates".
i/i ihe foregoing, ihe lollowing have jiahl iliv-
tdsndl us follows: i
I'm> nu ll,800,000|Noble Five,... 40,000
Blocan Star....   400,ODO|Ooodenougn... iw.rsoo
Ruih    ami.iKHi Washington... ai.ooo
Heen        _s7..inii .Jackson  2(1,000
Rambler-Carl,,    40,000 Surprise  _o,ow
Bolides ihe foregoing, other mines, unstoek-
",1, have paid dividend! us follows:
Idaho (  J4u,iksi l-ist Chanoe...     H7,6llO
Whitewater...    im.onoi Antoino      :i6,oou
Blooan Boy...,     36,ooo|MonItor      ir,,ooo
Following Is a aomparatlve statement of ore
shipped trom pari soli he Hloean and Ainsworlh
mining districts, passing through (he custom
house at Kaslo to foreign ametters for tlie live
recorded months of 1886, all ol lHfltl aniU807:
.-,���.,. Gross Weight   Cross Vaiueof
o! Ore In Lbs.   Ore in Dollars
1896 (8 months)  '2,>W2fi<M $   U.4,841
18M (12 months).,..       38,844,624 1,114,110
18*7(12 months)...,     njntfln >,om,8M
Totals.
NslsttsMM
|4,328.49
STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Following Is a table of the leaitlng stocked
mining companies Of the Slocnn and Ainsworth
���Mining divisions:
Coin panics.
Payne	
slocan star..
Kuth	
He
No. of   I   Par   IMarket
Shares ; Value i Value
Noble Five     !
Washington	
humbler-Cariboo. ...
-hirprlio	
I'liarlostoii i
ioodeiioiigli. !
iieat. Western	
laelison(Noiih'iiIlcll)
\irioricau Hoy	
Kiislo.Monter.ll;nti	
Dardanelles j
libJon	
Wonderful	
St. Keverne I
Idler	
I."lid.in Hill	
'thick lifsmond.. ..
Iiellie    	
'���'Mm	
Melsiod i
Twin	
1,000,0001
1,000,00111
120,000
UXKUKX)
1 _0(l,ll<K)
1,000,0001
IJMIIW
226,000
l.'si.ooo;
80 1,000
B00,000i
1,000,000
I .iniii.oi,,i
i,*nn,oool
l,000,OUOi
i; ji.iksi
1 000,000
I.imi.KIi
1.000,0001
UWJ.OWI
I,200,000!
760,000
l,(SSl,O00i
1,1481,000;
1,(KXI,ISS);
12.60,
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1.00
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1.0(1
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1.60
.18
.26
.22
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.80
.26
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.26
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.Oil'.,
.04
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(No stock on the market
The    report   in   Sunduy    tuoriiiuif's
9pokesinan-Revlo,v tbai    12 Spanish
warthip* I aii b'nn mink off llayti^
Keoint to ba entirely fiction. A* the
Boots of Schley and Hampton wero at
l*>y Wost on Friday last, ilistant 6(8)
miloH frnm the reported scene of ibo
encounter, part of which is suid to
havo occurred Thursday thu story tlts*-
Ciedits itselr.
Restaurant.
BY P. P. FOSSOM.
Reasonable Prices and Qood Using
FRONT BTRKKT,
KASl.O, 1). C.
McLeod Hotel,
AHOF.NTA, HRITISH Coi.lMBIA
Nesv House.   Nuwlv Fiiralslii'il.   Hood  Acconi-
inodatlons. \\. II. BELL, Propr.
eyerie!
Will supply you
with .Evertbing
Needful at Low
prices, Steel rods,
Jointed or Telescoped;    Hooks,
Baits and Flies: Silk lines, enamelled and waterproof;
Landing Nets, Reels and alt Kinds of Repairs. A full
line of Hammocks and all. kinds of Sporting Goods.
K
lu the (��� focary Department, a flue line of Funey Gi"oi"e,i-iofl will soon
arrive.   Try our Klondike Deviled ('rubs, now hore.
In the Clothing Department, try our celebrated  lighter weights  of
Health Underwear for warmer weather.
H.Giegerich
Kaslo,    Sandon,     Ainsworth
 aa�� tuxemmmmewm.-merxmetmerwemmera ^mmeme*w*eMee*m**m*mmrmfmaeimem-emm** t^m-ie^emmm^^emmammme^emuwe^eeeememewe^ateemmmem
f^or the Jobbing   J rade 1
Just EteoeWed, a Large In voioe of .Cigars, [noluding KE.
WEST, SYLVIA. OLYMPIA, CORONA, DEL.RBY, KSj
PANOLA, TRIUMPO, MONOPOLE AND SWELL ���
TIiIh in in addition to my already well  established  GROCER.
���A1,I: I, A. TUCKERS.
'/'//A'   V d Q T/)  /I PC)/'It'l? \'    Krent Street, between Thiid and Fiairth, 1
////> hJiOJjl) irliijl fill 1, Kaslo,BritishColnmblal
Kalunto Hotel,
Kl'SKONOOK. BRITISH ("OU'MIIIA.
Otherwise Armstrona'i handlns
ami Qoat hlver I.iindiiiK.
Mrs. Wm. Middleton. Propr,
We cakr espeelaUy to the Iravelinu public.
Butte Hotel,
BY D. A.CAIIK.NKI.SON, 11. f
Formerly of the Untie Hotel, Kaslo, II. 0,
IT Wll.I. I'AV MY KASl.O FIUKNDSTO CALL
I)
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
R.J. V.H. BOGERB,
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
(iraduale Trinity University, Toronto, Out
Member of College ol Physicians and Burgeons.
Licentiate of the3. '���'��� Council. Late of New
Vork Hospitals and Polyclinic. Olllee ou 4th
st.   Hospital, cor. 6th st. and B ave., Kaslo,B.c.
1)11. A. sS. MARSHALL,
DENTIST.
��� *4
Graduate of American Colloge.Chloago
KASLO, II. C.
W. J. TWISS,
tlpWI'!
INSURANCE
Fire, Life, Aeildelil and (iiiarantee.   Front PI.
KASl.O, ll. C
To the pleasure seekers from Whitewater, sMcGuigan, Suudon,Three Porks
New Denver and other towna on the
west, and Ainuworth, Pilot Day, Nel-
i or,. KnBkonook and other towni to tho
south: v The Daily Morning News in
behalf of the peop.u of Kaslo bids you
a thousand welcomes to our lake city
today. May you eujoy yourselves to
the utmost and come again and often.
EDUCATION.
NOTIci: IS |[!.I,I'.".IV GIVEN THAT Till
annual uaraliislion ol raaaidatat tot
eertillcataiof nunlitleutlon to teseh in
He public Kcliools ol the Province svill be held
��s follows, cimonen. Inn on Monday, July 4th,
is'."), at 1:45 a. m:-
VI0TORIA-
In Booth Park i.liool iiutldini;.
VANCOUVKR-
Iu High School ilullding.
KAMLOOPS-
In Public s-cliool Hulldlng.
Kach Applicant imiBt forward a notice, thirty
,!.iy. i) lore the examination, slalluK ihe class
ana tirade of certificate lot which he will he a
candidate, the optional subjects selected, and
���it whieh ol the above named places he will
attend.
I'very notice of Intention to be an applicant
must be aceompHiii, si with sntlslsetory testimonial of moral euamelcr.
Ciinili'iales nre notified thut all Of the above
requirement! musi be fulfilled before their applications can be filed,    i ���
All candidates foi First Class, Grade A, Cer-
t'ittpatcs, including Graduates, must aticnd in
Vlitorift to lake the subjects prescribed for
July IHth and 14th Insiants. and lo uuUnrgo required oral examination.
S. 1). POPK,
.   Superintend  it oi Education.
Education Or-ce,
Victoria, Msy 4th, 1898.
MIMcF.I.LANKOCrt ADVKRTIHEMKNTH.
Confectionery,
Tobacco, Cigars /
Dost In every line. A stOOll Ol fancy grc��
oerles ih soon to lie addad to ou.* Btook.
Carney Bros.,
Fionl Bt..opposite Knslo Hotel, Ksslo, II. 0.
C3reneral Hardware !
Paints, Oils, Garden Tools.
Hamilton Byers,   Kasl��'
AGU^T TRUAX AUTOMATIC OHH CAkS.
Sandon.
THE
LEVIATHAN
Gold Mining and Milling Co., Ltd.
Offices at Kaslo, B. C.
Capital, *2,000,000.
NOW IN OPERATION ON KASLO MOUNTAIN.
. This property comprises 10claim*! on an iron capped lodgo
over three miles Ion"; and over 50 Toot wide.
The tunnel is in   ovor   lf.<) feet and still prOgrMttng.
Surface assays have yielded trom $6 to $10 per ton In gold.
A limitod umounl of Treasury Shares for sale.
This property Is likely to bo Kaslo's Lo Koi.
C. H. KVANS,      JAB. 8PKIR8,       SAM'L FAWCETT,
President. Vice-Proe. Secretary.
P. BURNS & CO.,
KASLO   MARKET,
All Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats.
FISH ^ POULTRY IN SEASON,
J. Turiier & Co.,
We aro wiling Marbhall * Co.
Kino Teas, Co-tees. Baking
Powder* etc., at London prices:
Teas 30e lb. up to ��0c.
Coffeos .. .22c lb. up to 00c.
Cocoa, per lb  10c.
Bakfipg Powder, per lb25o.
COME   IN   AND  (SET   SAMPLES.
Front st., near News Ollice, Kaslo, B.C
K
OOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
White Labor,
Improved Machinery.
The Best Work at
Reasonable Prices,
Kanlo, B. C.
(HOT VOTJB
'     S Y S T K M
RENOVATED I
Spring Is Almost Here.
-\sk STEPBENSON for a bottle of Compound Sarsaparilla.   There is nothlngj
bolter for a Soring Medicine or Blood Purl Her. ���
E. F. STEPHENSON   The Kaslo Druggist,
Front Street, Kanlo. British Columbia.
THE COMING LIGHT,
The Best Artificial Illuminant.   Absolutely
safe.   Approved by Canadian Underwriters.
Nianra Falls Acetylene Gas Machine Company, Limited.
S. C. WING, Local Agent,
Front street, above News OI.I. e, Kaslo, British Columbia.
FOR THE BEST
BATHS!
GO TO THE
Grand Barber Shop.
HALI, BROS., Kaslo, B.C.
���New Nlcki'l Tubs.   Tiiskets good lor tlireo
baths, $1.00.
If you're after tbe news���red
hot from tho wires���read tho
Nfws.       :      :      :      :      :
STEAMER HALYS]
OAl'TAIsV Vi. Vi. WKST.
Does Jobbing Trude ou Kootenay Lak
Iseave orders with George Hiiber, Inter
tloiial Wharf, Ksslo. I III
OD
'mil INSULT TO iMll Hill LAW 1HBU
This line Sporting Goods cannot
be oxcellel in Koufonay. Tennis Coeds, T,a('rosso Goods-,
Baseball Bats, Catchers' .Mits,
Masks, Foot Balis, and all kinds
of Fishing Tackle,
We Have Them All in Stock.
Fine Watch Repairing.
LAMONT & YOUNG,
KKONTM'.,
KAHl.O, II. C.
Official Directory.
DOMINION DIREt'TORV.
Uovernor-Oeneral .      Karl of Aberdeen
l'remiei     ....      Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Member HouNeoI <;omiiiotin,l)oiiiliiloii Parliament, (or West Kuutentty    ���   Hewitt BOStOOk
l'KOVINCIAI, DIRKCTORY.
Unit.Governor      . Hon. T. It. Mclnnes
I'remler .... Hon. .1. II. Turner
Attorney General Him. D, M. Ebetls
Com. of Lands and Works . Hon. G. B. Mar tin
Minister Mlns* sud Kduu&tlon ��� Hou.Jss.Bakor
President Executive Council . llon.i'.li.l'ooley
I'ruvlnt'ial Milt rnliiKint
Members l.i'xlsli'tlve Awteuiblv Inr West Kootenay    North Riding I. M. Kellie
Houth Itldliitf J. K. Hume
KASLO OFFICIAL IlIItEl'TOIlY.
Mayor Clins.W. MeAini
Alifei nien AW. Qoodenough, F.K. Arelier.J. I).
Moore, (I. Hartin, D. Vi. Moore, (ieo. Whllesiile.
City clerk .... E. E. Cliipiiiaii
I'oliee Muitislrate       .      .       . Alex Lueiis)
City Marslutl M. V. Ailem*
Assistant \V. A. Milne
Auditor C. I) Mi'Ken/i,
Treasurer H. II. llreen
ASSSSSOT H. I'. Tllek
Water Commlssiouer   .      . R. A. Cockle
Heuitli Officer   .      .       .       Dr. .1. F. II. Bogsn
City eouiicll meets every Wednesday I p. mat
eily hall, 4lh st., between Front tt. and A ave.
VOLI'NTEER Flltti DEPARTMENT.
Cdief      .      . .      .      Hugh P. Fletcher
First Deputy Chlel . . . Ceo. Held
Second Deputy Chief. . . . John (illlls
Third Deputy Chief      .      .      (ieo. Whiteside
rVcrciiuy Archie Morris
Treasurer (Jus Adams
DISTRICT  DIRECTORY.
Mining ReeorderAsBOssor-Tax Col.  . .Ino.Keen
Collector of Customs .'. F Mcintosh
School Trintees   August Carney, .1, D. Moore.
0. O. Buchanan, l'riuclpnl���I'rut. Jas. Hislop.
KASl.O I'OKTOFFICE.
General delivery open dally ISiindays excepted) from K a. in. until 7 ii. m. Lobby open from
7 a. in. in MO p. in. Malls lor despatch close every evening except Saturday and Sunday, nt 0
p. m. Mali- arrive from I'nlted States and lake
points dally except Sunday,.-st turn p. in. From
C. P. It. and Blooan points, nrrlvoduily, except
Sunday, at 4 p. m. IteKlstratloii ollice open.K.mi
a. m ,i'..:U'p in. Money order office and I'o.t-
ollice Saving* Bunk open ll a. tn. to A p. m.
B It. (IREEN, Postmaster.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
METHODIST CH URCH��� Cor. 0 and ftth st.   Divine services evory Sunday 11 a. m. and 7.90 p.
m. Sunday school 2.80. Strangers welcome.
Rov. J. A. wood, Pastor.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Cor. ��h st. and II
ave. Services every Sunday 11 a. ra. and 7.:iQ
p.m. SundHV school and HI hie class,'J.HO p.m:
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 8 o'clock.
Free seats. Strangers heartily welcome.
Rev. A. D. Monnles, Minister.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND--.Southwest cor. of C
ave. and .'ith at. Services every Sunday at 11 a.
m. and 7.110 p. m. Allarecoidially Invited.
Rev. David Richards, Missloner In Charge.
CATHOLIC CHURCil-Corner C avenue   and
(ith st.   Nn regular pastor at present.   Occasional services by special announcement.       *
FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS. i
a MASONS-Kaslo Lodge No. _',. A. F. iii
#\ A. M., meot�� tlrst Monday in every
w"^ jfr month at Masonic hall over Green
/\_r\ Urns', store. Visiting brothers In-
r ��� 1 vited to attend. H. Byers, Vi. M.
E. E. ChIpiniiti, Secretary.
MASONIC CIIA1TER-Kootenay Chanter, R.A.
M., holds regular convocations on the second
Tuesday of each month In Masoulc hall,Kaslo
Visiting companions are cordially Invtied.
ChSsS, Triiniliiill,Scribe K. E. E. i'liipniau, '/..
MA( ("AIIEi:s-Slocan Tent No. 6, knigliis of
the Maccabees, meets second and fourth Mondays of each month at Livingston's hali, Kaaio
Visiting Knights cordially Invited.
W. A. Davies, Commander.
Dnlph Johns,in, Keeper of Records.
FORESTERS- Court Kaslo No, aiS7. Independent Order nl Funsters.   Meets   liii Friday   nf
each month    In Victoria   bouse.     Vlalting
brethren nre cordially invited.
Vi. 11. blralhern, Chlel Ranger.
W. J. Hull, Recording Secretary.
KASLO
Transfer
t
COMPANY.
Goiioral Kxprcss and
.Transfoi" Businoss...
Dealers in
Ice,   .- Hay,
Oats, Wood,   ,
and Feed I
Special Facilities lor moving���
Furniture,
pianos, ETC.
Gardens plowed, manured and made
ceady fir seed.
L. HANNA, Mangr.
Telephone No. 9. Front st. Kaslo, B.C
LOCAL BREVITIES.
villi1 in;' Arraignment of the Kootenaian \\) An
Indignant Correspondent.
I'Iditor News
I was glad to see the daily News resent the gratuitous insult, offered to
our Governor-General and his wile in a
late issue of the Kootenaian, But
while your reproof (contained the
Strength of moderation, yet I feel that
in this ease a more radical rebuke is
needed. That tho scurrilous impertinence and ignorant impudence of an
irresponsible alien rag should go forth
to the outer world as the generally ac-
eoptod estimate of tho sentiments entertained by t'ae citizens of Kaslo towards tho Queen'ti representative in
tho Dominion, is alike criminal and
disgraceful. Such flippant tomority in
many Canadian communities would
before this have boon ropontcd in the
bitterness of tar and feathers.
Lord Aberdeen's reputation as a
Christian gentleman, a scholar and
a statesman is imperial, and can be
little affected by criticism, adverse or
otherwise, from a small corner of Koot-
I'tmy; but it would bo a bettor advertisement for this corner of Kootonay if
its ability to appreciate His Kxcollen-
cy's virtues and abilities wero better
expressed than in tho vile and insulting epigram of our local oracle.
Lord Aberdeen is known to the remotest corner of tho empire as ono of
the most advanced exponents of "the
larger beurt, tho kindlier hand," and
incidentally, it may be said, has dono
more to make British Columbia known
to the world than auy other individual
in or out of it, besides being the only
Govoruor-General who has deemed
Kuslo worth a visit. He has invested
upwards of $200,000 in interests ln this
province, which he considers his second homo.
Canada is justly proud of its popular
and philanthropic Governor-Genoral,
whose every public or private utterance and action has betn deliberate,
just and dignified. He has some detractors among tho chagrined and disgruntled privilege-seekors whose sinister aims wero frustrated by his
prompt refusal to grant what thoy
wore Beeking to obtain through one
who had lost the confidence of tho people of Canada.
Thero is just the possibility that your
contemporary has takon his cue ln this
matter from tlie insinuatio ns of one
senile and obese blatherumskite of this
class, who is known to have .corrupted
Kaslo by his presence for so me time
back. If such is thc case, wou Id it not
make a pleasing interlude to tho festive events of Tuesday to hear hl'ni sing
"Cod Savo the Queen" from tho band
stand, in attire supplied respect ively
by the ship chandler and upholstet "orV
Vkdktti 5.
���T?r*nnf twin* norma! vtolnn will to alia to r*nd thu
print nt a ��li��t��i.w of 11 ineima ttotn tli�� eycn wilh suuso nnd
uanrtl also will Im alsls to rend it wilt, eaoh .J. cop&ratcly.
Ifunr.hlo to Ho bo your ovis ur. rlefjcthq and ���luriM hnvj
i:!.��� i i11'.��� ,,,r..!' sv.,. .. t,ite cy,., b��ixiiQ, Urod from read*
Inn or Bcwlnp:, or if the lottcn, look'b.'urred and run together,
It li Reuro hidirnllrm tlmt glis.wa i.ro Deeded Tho lensel
...Id in the i t-'i.,. guods, are of aw .innl deoelty and hava
imperfect lv* formed surTacesi. Conti.iued unu of them, poorer
Jenreg will result in pordtfvo injury from theeooetant .train
��� ��� r <i the ���i..::liil ul uccoauuoUutiua tu flupply tha ttefooi. is
tacfilaaa."
li your eyes arc not working O. K.,
consult O. Strathern, opposite P. O. *
The Kern]) Mineral Water, a home
product, cool and refreshing, always on
tap. Call for it at the Bodega. Try
it.   J. A. Swift. *
Milwaukee Beer Ball. Call and see
Bob[it Tony and get some imported
Swiss cheese free with your beer.   *
A fine lot of new material for men's
suits has just been received by Walker
the tailor.    Now is the timo to order. *
Milwaukeo Boor Hall. Bob and
Tony will always treat you right. Give
them a call. *
Milwaukee Beor Hall. If you want
good miners, mechanics or laborers,
thoy mako thoir headquarters with Hob
and Tony. *
At the Milwaukee Beer Hall, Bob
and Tony will servo you tho finest
schooner of Half and Half and delicate
lunch free with them.
For Indigestion, dyspopsia, kidney
trouble, etc., drink Kemp Mineral Water.   J. A. Swift, at tho Bodega. .   *
Milwaukeo Beer Hall, Hob and Tony,
proprietors. The biggest and sharpest
mug of beer in the Slocan country with
imported Swiss cheeso thrown in.    *
A snap in 1817 Rogers Bros', silver
plate 1-2 doz. tablespoons, 1-2 doz. dos-
sert spoons and 1-2 doz. teaspoons/ all
for *.r>.    O. Strathern.
Milwaukee Beer Ball. Bob and Tony
run it. Open day and night. They
serve you tho finest free lunch in the
Slocan with eaoh schooner of boor. *
"Who mado you that perfect fitting
coat? Good stuff too." "Why, Walker
the tailor of course." *
New Hilling  lim,io.
Mrs. J. G, Bavis has opened her new
dining room ou the ground Boor of the
McPhail building, on Fifth street near
Front, in com eetion with tho lodgings
heretofore advertised. Tho table in
first class and attractive. Board is
furnished with or without rooms, by
the day, week or month, or on the meal
ticket plan.
T*"
l>.>   ��l*>;���I*--?.. f_j��.ii
���Ttii'ts cim'Hit.. r��>: 'i.t_
Provincial Secretary's Office.
Sun.In,, "a Hi.so Ball (larot's
Sunday afternoon, as announced ir.
tho Nows, a picked nine from the Com-
iqua crossed bats with the local ball
tossers. A large tuidienoe was on hand
to see the fun���that is, until lt bogan
to sprinkle. ��� The town boys were too
much for the thespians, however, being finally victorious by a score of 24
to 20.
'IHKTHB, DEATHS AND MARRIAGES REOIH-
TRATION ACT."
Tjhe Milwaukee Beer Hall has the
best and coolest beer in the city, with
imported Swiss cheoso, free. *
For Kemp Mineral Water, call on J
A. Swift, at the Bodega. ���
'IMIK KE<ilSTHAK-(,KN"KKAI, DRSIRKS TO'
1 call the attention of tlie I'ulilli' to Ihe foi-
lowing iiiiitilri'iiutiilH oi tlio Ki'VlHOii Act;
I. 'I he Aii now sppllss to all M*r*soim witlitn
iiir Province, Indians, Chusss ami Jspsnwo
liicluiluil.
'2. DEATHS. Tho I'uliUc aro rciiiliuli'il tlial
everv hointcliolilcr h- tiottml, iinilcr a l'oiialty
ol %'iii anil upwards, lo report to the Dlntrlet
Registrar every death occurring In his house.
The riidcrtalter ill charge may, II he has a personal kuowlcttie oi the (ai'ts.mnkc llic registration as hitherto, but the householder Is liable
II It be pot done.
,t. cl.EIUiYMKN', UNDERTAKERS and oth-
.ers arc deslrei! to bear in mind tlint no person
ri au lake any part in buryiiiif a ooa'l body, un-
fliir �� Penalty ottWand upwards, without-R
ce -tllicate ut ihe due registration of the death.
uii.'esK In tlie belief that tt is impossible to re({
Iste r tne death, or, If registered, to obtain the
certi'licatc; and that in such ease it is their
duty . under a liko Penalty, thomselves to register .'he death within seven days in tho usual
form.
4 (*;x0RONEl)Sare requested to regisler all
deaths on which thoy hold inquests.
5 ME DICAL PRACTITIONERS are remlml-
ed that tue signed eortificnto of the cause. Of
death must be delivered or posio.1 by then:
within is .'lours of notice "f decease, Instead ol
within thLrtv days as hitherto, and must be
forwarded lo'lho Distr't Registrar of the His
trlct In will eb the person dle.1 and not. ie
heretofore, that in which tbe Practitioner re
.sides.
6. MARRIAGES. Ministers, and other persons authorized to solemnize marriages, must
now si��nd in quarterly returns of marriages
solcm nized by them. 8uch returns must be
forWftedeil to the District Registrar within lf>
���daysos'tcr Iheend of each three months. Thc
oliHor.ns-maybe used if lt be remembered to
insert under "Romarks" the Place of Celebration, an,"l whether church or residence.
r
Just
Arrived
/I Seasonable Line of
i
. Fine Groceries .
Including Such Delicacies as
Smyrna Dried Fi&js. Preserved Xew Orleans Figs.
Rain I.ul Tea.   Chase '& Sanborn's Coffees.
And all Noted Brands of Coffee. Mecca, Mocha and .lava.
Cross & Blaokwell'a Pickles.
Patterson's Chutney Pickles.    French mustard,
Sliced Smoked Beef and the Noted Beef Extract, Bovril.
We-Oun furnish almost any  thing desired in  the
Grocery Line.    But that is not all.
Our Men's Furnishing Goods.
Continue to comprise the Largest und Finest Assortment in the city.   Call
und see them. .
M
GREEN BROS.,
Corner A Avenue and Third Street. Kaslo, B. C
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The Morning News,
And Get It Fresh.
Be Enterprising.
Advertise in
TheMorningNews
And Increase Your Business.
IT IS
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Brightest, Newsiest Paper
in the Kootenay.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
IT WILL PAY YOU. RAILROADS ANO STEAMBOA1 I.
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U ih   __k
i      **'���*;
*   , -f       '���:    I       <
Dokanc Fulls
to the
Lewis-
mines,
Shortest and qulokest route
(toeur d'Alene mines, Palouse,
ion. Walla Walla, Baker City
Portland. Sun Francisco, Cripple Creek
jrold mines and all points east and south.
Only line east via Salt Lake and Denver.
Steamer tickets to Europe and other
foreign countries.
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
three days for San Francisco.
i.,., U Hpoktine Ti me ktrherlufe
(MM     kast MATE   ivi iiaWalta, Fort-
n.m. i land, Knn Francisco, Baker City
linily. I und thcjEsst. 	
ISO   | LOCAL MAIL   Coeur d'Alenes,
ii.m. I Parnilngton, Garfield,  Colts*.,
daily, i Pullman mil Mosi iw.
, trrlve
H.  ill.
dally.
6.40
p. in.
Sully,
Fur through tickets nml fnrtiirr Information,
apply to JAMES WAOOH,
Agt I. N. St T. CO., Kaslo, 11. ('.
Drat O.K. St N. Co.'s office, 490 Rlversld. ave.,
Spokano, Wash.   ii.m. V-DAMB, General Agt.
Or   W u. nULBORT, Q. P. A., Portlsnd.Ore.
KASLO & SLOCAN IV
Trains Run mi Pacific Standard Time.
TIMECARP.
Doing Wost. Dally Oolng East.
B.OOa. in.Lv ..Kaslo    Ar8.50 p. in.
��� h a. m. i.v  South Foi It     ..Ar 8.16 p, in.
ii. BO ii. in', i.v  Bproule's Ar 2.16 p.m.
8.61 ii. in. Lv Whitewater \r 2.00 p. in.
Kl.lKn. 111. i.v Ili'iir I.uii" Ar 1.48 p. m.
10.1Sa. 111. Lv UoOuigan ... ...Ar 1.88p. 111.
10.88 a. in. i.v..   Cody Junction....Ar L12 p. m.
10.50a. m.Ar Sandon Lv 1.00p.m.
Nelson tf Fort Sheppard,
Red Mountain Railways.
Tho ouly all rail route without
change of ears between Nolson and
Rossland<;llli Spokane ����_ Rossland.
TIME caiui.
I,."v 8.20 11. 111 N.lsoii Arrlv   5.35 p. in
Leave 13.00 a. m...Rossland .   Arrive 11.20 p.111.
Leave B.30 a. m Bpokane Arrive 8.10 p. 111
The I ruin that leaves Nelson at (i:_()
a. in. makes close connections at SpO1
(cane wilh tniitiH for all . . .
PACIFIC OUST POINTS.
Passengers for Kettle river St Boundary
ck. connect at Marcus with Btage daily.
IIIIIIT. lltVIM
GEO. !���'. COPELAND, Supt.
.Q.F. 4 P. A.
OBBAT
n o ax 11 v. tt "
Il.\lI.WAV
Tlie surveyor's chain made it tho
Bhortrst Transcontinental Route.
u 1*' the most uimiern in equipment.
It ll the heaviest railed line.
I Iowa rni'k-iuiiiiisi roadbed.
II OTOSSSS 1111 sand doKi'rln.
it ��ra< bulli without land graut or govt, aid.
it i�� noted for the oourtosy ol it>- emplojfos,
It Ii only lliii'nerving inoiils mi la carte plan.
Kootenay oonneotton al Bonner's Perry.Tues*
iluy.Wi'diiesdiiy,Thursday,Suturdiiy andSiindiiy
TRAINS LEAVE SPOKANE,
Kustward 8.16 ��. 111 | Westward 8.15 l'.ui.
I'nr limps', tirkots nud oomploti'  Inloi nlHtinii,
mil on oraddreu t.N.A T.Co.'i ngi*, cts. By.
ii'.'ts, or CO. DIXON, Osn. Agt., Spokane, Wn.
I   I WHITNKY.O. 1". A T. A.,St. I'liid, Minn
The Canadian Pacific Ry.
-ASIl-
Soo Pacific Line.
The cheapest, most comfortable and
duvet, route from Kaslo to all point.-' in
Canada and tho Unitod Statos. The
only line running through tourst earn
to Toronto, Montreal and Boston, and
through tourist cars to St. Paul daily.
Magnificent sleepers and dining ears
on all trains.   Travel by this lino and
II have baggage checked to destination.
Daily connection from Kaslo overy
day, excepting Sunday, at 7.M a, tu.
For Kuskonook and lako points, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
For Argentaand Lardo. Tuesday and
Friday ut B.1D p. tn.
For lull Informatl n, rail "i> or addn 11
ALDER BISHOP,
Freight and Passenger Agent, Ku-ln, II. c.
Or to W. 17 ANDERSON,
Traveling i'ass. Agt., Kelson, B,C,
17 .1. OOYLE,
lilstiiot I'liKwIiger Agent, Vniicniivr.
Write tor Klondlks Folder snd lisp,
Northern Pacific Hy,
The Fast Line,
Superior Service.
iThrouph ticket* to all points in United
[States aud Canada. Direct Connection
[with the Spokano Falls & Northern Ry.
TRAINS DEPART FROM BPOKANE:
1 Wesl... 8:2", p.m. | No. '2 East... .7:00 a. ni.
ITickets to Japan and China via Tacoma
land Northorn Pacific .Steamship Com*
���jpany. For information, time cards,
���maps and tickets, apply to agts. of the
���Spokano Falls & Northern and its con-
jfnoctions, or to F. D. GIBBS,
General Agent, Spokano, Wash.
. D. CHARLTON, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.,
No. 255 Morrison St.. Portland, Ore.
�� Write for Map o( Kootenay Country.
INTERNATIONAL
Navigation if Trading Co., ua
Steamers International and Alberta on Kootenay Lake and River- Bummer Time Card in of-
feol i"'tii March, 1898- outdeot to change.
M KAMKR INTKBNATlONAIr- Leaves Kaslo
tor Nelson and way points,dnlly except Sunduy,
B.80 :i. va. Arrive tvorthporl 9*45 p. m.; Ron
lund, 11.20 ii. ni. and Bpokane, 8.10 p. in-
Leave Nelson lor Kaslo and way points, daily
0x1 -i'i Bunday ,5.00 p.m. Leave Spokane 8.80 a.w.;
Kossland, 8.45 a.m.; Northport. 1.85p, m,
I'Mvo Miir Point oonnection ivi in nil passenger
trains of n. St V, S. ity. tn mid (rom northport,
Rossland and Spokane. Ticketssold and tmii-
g&ge !��� hook oil in ,01 FJnl tod States points.
STEAMER ALBERTA- Leaves Kaslo inr K us-
konook ami tvsypolntsand Bonner's ivrry.liln.
Tuesdays and Baturdays at 6.80 p.m., arriving ai
Kuskonook al 10.80 p.m. und Bonner's Perry si 8
11.in. nexl day. Returning Ivs, Bonnors Ferry
Wed., Prldaysand snd Bundaysal 2 p. ni.,urv.
Kuskonook 8 p. in., Kaslo 1 h, m, following day,
Also from May 5th steamer will make same trip
ieaving Kaslo every Thursday stOo'olock a. m,
Bonner's Kerry connection with nil pfl engei
trains of 0. N. Ry., arv. westward al Bpokane
8.10 p. i-i., ��t lv. Bonner's lorry for ih,' east al
1.15 p, in.   Heals and berths nol included.
Passengers on SS. International from Nelson,
oil'., for points mi lake mhiiIi uf I'llm Bay, will
eonnoci al tlmi point w itli the ss. Alberta.
Passengers inr Nolson via BS, Alberta, fnmi
Iminis south nf I'llni r.uy, onn by arrangement
with purser.havestop-over at Pilot liny nr Alas
worth,or connect with International at Ksslo,
Company's steatnors conned Kootenay Lake
and Bfocan points with nil points in i',,'*. ami
Canada by way of Spokane and Kootenay rivor.
ii. alEXANOER, iioin ini Manager,
P.O. Box 122, KaSlo, li. C
)k ami Bonner's Ferry.
Str. Ainsworth.
Leaves Kuskonook at 12 0'olook noon.Monday
Wednesday and Friday, upon arrival of Steam-
or Ni is.ni with passengers from Kaslo, Alns
worth, I'ilnt liny nml Nelson. Arrives Bonner's
lorry 11 p, tn., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Bonner's Perry 2 p.m..Tiiosiiny,Thursday and Baturday, upon arrival of G. N. trains
from east and west. Arrives Kuskonook 11 p.
in.. Tuesday, Thursday sndSaturday.
17 .1. MATHEWS, Manager.
Tit..VKI.KK'K tJt'lllt:.
Niiiiitiiury of 1'iilliviiy und Sti'mitei- Timo
Cards Vrova Kaslo.
Por Whitewater, Bandon, Cody, eto., K.id.n,
Railway trains leave Kuslo dslfystBs. tn,j ro-
tiirniiiK, arrive al Knslo at 8.50 p. m.
Por Thioi' Forks, Now Denver, Rosebery und
NakUSp, tuko K.A.-H, Ily. from Kusln to Hiiiiiloii,
and thenoe Nakusp dk Blooan Railway, leaving
Bandon dally at T.45 a, m.; returning, arrive
dniiynt Bandon at 4.65 p, m.
i'or Revelstoke, Vancouver, Victoria and oth
or main line points on (.'. p. ii., hunt from Nakusp io Arrowhead, ours to Revelstoke, thenee
oonneol with oust and wost bound trains.
Por Silverton, Sloean ('ity. tuko str. Blooan on
Slocan lake,connecting with rf.4 B.ai Rosobery.
For Northport,Spokane, Roisland and Grand
Forks,take the SU. Iiiti'mntliiiml Iroin Knslo
dully nt 8.80 a. in., except Bunday, mukiiiK oon-
iioi'tioiisut Five Mlh Point with the N,��. F,,;
Ry,. thenee to Northport. From Northport t"
Bpokane eontinue the railway, known muhii oi
Northport us the Bpokane Falls it Northern, arriving ut Bpokane, Wash., ui a. 10 p. m.
Or for Spokane, tako I. N. _i T. Co.'i str. ai-
lii.'rta irum Kaslo to Bonner's Ferry, Tuesdays
snd Saturdays al 5 p.m. nud Thursday! at ��
a in., ami oonnect ut Bonner. Ferry witli Greal
Northern traini to Bpokane, arriving ut B.10
tho folliiwlngdiiy.
For Rossland change at Northport to the Hod
Mountain Rv., ar living ut Rossland at 11.80 a.m.
Or, Rossland may be reaohed from Nelson vis
C, a K. By. to Robson, thenoe by rivor steamer
in Trail, thenee by C, it w. Ry, to Rossland, nr
Rossland muy be reached via Nakusp and Trail
bystrms.down Arrow lakes and Columbia river.
For Grand Forks ami Boundary Creek points,
tuko :'. F, A: N, Ry, from .Northport to Bosiburt
or Marcus, thenee by stage sarosi reservation.
For Ainsworth, Pllol Bay, Nelson, ate., 1. N. 4
T.Co.'s str Inioriiiitloiinl leaves Kaslo dally,except Bunday,at 11.211 a.m., returning,leaves Notion at 5 p.m., arriving al Kaslo aboul 5.80 p.m.
C, i'. ft, Co 'ssir. Kokanoe leavei Ksslo nailr,
except Sunday, st 7 :a> 11. in., arrlviiiu at Nel-
ion al ii a. in.; returning, loaves Nelson ut 4 p.
in , nn iv ii>K si Kaslo ill 7.1s, j.. iii.
For Argenta and Lardo, Sir, Kokanee makes
round nips evory Tuesday and Friday, leaving
Kuslo ut 8.16 p.m.
For Kuskonook, Fi Steele, etc., take str. Ko
11. Monday,Wedni ...iny uml Friday lit i.'.'o 11.
ui.. nr I. N. i T. ("o.'s sir. Alberta Tuesday,
Thursday and Baturday at 6 p. m.; thenee by
stage in Fort Steele Wednesday and Baturday.
Tho
Kaslo
following Is 11 tal.lo of dlstsnoss (ran
lo surrounding businesi points:
West or North,   Mile
Whitewater  17
Boar l.ako M
McGulgan  28
Bandon, 8 hours. ,. _ti
Cody      ..,  :u
Three Forks ��:i
"���',' Denver bs
Rosebery 41
311 ver ton 48
Bio i.n City fie
Nllkllsj,   ,,, 70
Hurliiii City  95
Lardo   18
Argenta '20
Duncan city :u
HitloynnlliitSprlngs 85
Airnwhcild 105
1 ���uurio  100
Thompson's Land'g.118
1 "i.-o City..".138
'��� rgiison lso
Revelstoke, 81 hrs .188
Vermin , . . , , __a
Penticton 2W1
Kamloops 201
Asbcroit 808
Lyltnii 850
Sale 409
Now Westminster, .W&
Vancouvor, 61 hrn, .;M*
Vliitorlu, .".!> liour>?. .SOU
Seattle, 28 hours .. Mo
Tacoma, 30 liours. .620
1'urtland, 48 boun. ,082
Bast or South,    Mile
Ainsworth 12
I'ilnt liny 20
llnlfonr 'is
Sanen ,	
Nolson, I hours     .
Ymii	
Itobsuu	
Trail 9U
Northport, 7 hours.in:
Kossland, in liours. ,130
Bossburg 12
Mnroiis 13n
Grand Forks 180
Greenwood 192
Absconds .11x1
Houndarv    200
Midway 201
Spokane, 18 hours. .288
K iifi'ioiiook  .fi
Goat River, M
ne<!llngtnn(Rykcrts)77
Port Hill !8
Linus JOB
Ikiniier'h Kerry, 18 hMii
Moyio City IX
Swansea iss
Wardner. B.C 140
Cranbrook lfin
Fort Steele 180
('una! Flats 100
Wlndornivrc 210
Donald 212
Golden 230
Banff 811
ASL
THE BUSINESS CENTER
OF TIIE
AINSWORTH
MINING
DIVISION !
.And the  gateway to the Great Slocan With. Its Score or More of
Dividend
Payin
Properties
Kaslo, ^e city ��f Energy!
Is Also A City of Homes.
Beautifully Situated on Kootenay Lake. With a Delightful
Climate. It has Churches, Schools, and Public Reading Rooms
Well Graded streets    A Good Local Telephone system.
The Best of Electric Light and Power Plants. Daily Communication with
the Outer World through two Great Railway and Steamboat Companies.
Large Pay Rolls from local Lumbering, Ore Sampling and Other Industries.
OVER $20,000
Is being expended in Public
Improvements This Year !
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Caldwell & Evans,
I properties, stocks and Real Estate for
INSURANCE AND LOANS.
Correspondence Invited.
Address: C. F. CALDWELL and C. 1. Ef INS,
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