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If You Sec it in the
NEWS It is True,
THE KASLO MORNING NEWS.
ADS PAY
EVERY DAY
VOL. III.
KASLO, B. Q., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 26,1898.
NO. 25.
CALL F
McKinley Surprises tie Country���New
race, won by Jeffs, 1 minute,  1 '1-5 seconds.
At the highland fling competition,
held at the Olympic, Tuesday evening,
Mrs. McKay of Sandon, took flrst prize
and Prof. Beaton second. There was a
big crowd, and Archie Fletcher and R.
W. Mcintosh acted as judges.
The First Pensioo fouck Issued as the Result of the
of
Is
to Be Getting Ready to Build Slips on tlie
Pacific, at Port Artta.
The breath from the woods is rapid
ly disappearing  from  our  streets, as
the hundreds of fir trees are being removed.
WIRE. 01 WHERE IS (MEM?
Say Hooped Up at Santiago aad
at Cii
Washington, May 25.���The event of
the day in the war situation was the
issuance of a proclamation by the president calling for 75,000 more volunteers. It added a new and striking
phase to the lethargic conditions
which have prevailed of late, and came
with almost startling unexpectednoss,
even to many of the high officials in
the army.
The proclamation means not only
the assembling of a large force of
troops but also the appointment of a
large number of major generals, brigadier generals, colonols, majors aud
staff and field officers for the organization of this additional force of 75,000
into army corps, divisions, brigades
and regiments.
under Admiral Cervora, has not been
lighted since Monday.
McCoy-Choyinkl Maher-Goddard Mutch.
New York, May 25.���Kid McCoy and
and Joe Choynskl have been matched
for 25 rounds for a puree of. $10,,OOO, the
fight to take place in Hub city Juno 27.
Peter Maber and Joe Goddard have
also boen matched for 25 rounds at the
same club for .fuly 5th, for a purse of
$8,000.
The remainder of the Caledonian
sports were played yesterday morning,
with following results:
Vaulting with pole, won by G. S. McLeod of Sandon, 8 feet 1 inch; Al Mc-
Kinnon of Kaslo, second, 7 feet 10
inches.
Tossing the caber, Al McKinnon.lst,
34 feet 4 inches; G. S. McLeod, 2nd, 33
feet 5 inches.
Putting the stone (16 lbs.), won by
G. S. McLeod, 43 feet 81-2 inches, and
C. A. McLeod of Kaslo, 2d, 37 feet 5
inches. *���  .
The greasy pig was an easy game
for George Hamilton.
Tk Cutting of the Cable from Santiago to Sao Juan,
Porto Rico, Is Denied.
Is Said to Be Under a Thorough^ System of
Both North and South,
CELEBRATION APTERMATH.
A SCOTTISH CONCEPT.
A  Delightful Evening's Entertainment���Appear Again Tonight.
FlMt Pension Voucher.
r��� Chicago, May 25.���Colonel .Jonathan
Merriam, the U. S, pension agont at
Chicago issued today tho tlrst pension
voucher of the war with Spain. Tt is
for Mrs. Elsie A. Montfort of Council
Bluffs, Iowa, mother of Seaman Wm.
Montfort who was a victim of the
Maine explosion ; in Havana Harbor,
February 15.
Itiimilit to Build Ships nt Port Arthur.
London, May 25.���Tho Navy League
Journal says it is informed that Russia
is negotiating with an American firm
for the laying down of a compliite shipbuilding yard and plant at Port
Arthur.
Following were the offioers of the
day, to whom crodty was largely due
for the success of tho celebration:
President, Charles W. McAnn; Secretary, James Anderson; Committees-
Caledonian Sports, D. C. McGregor,
D. J. Young, C. W. McAnn, G. B. Gerrard; Horse Races, A. W.Goodenougb,
A. W. Lucas, S. C. Trothewey; Music
and Dancing, A. T. Garland, R. F.
Greon, E. King; Decoration, JGeorge
Reld, Rex Cockle, S. Hunter; Recep-
tfon, C. W. McAnn, R, F. Groen, G. B,
Gerrard, D. O. McGregor. James
Waugh, A. W. Goodenough, James
Anderson; Advertising and Transportation, James Waugh, Jamos Anderson, S. P.Tuck.
Cnbn Thoroughly Blockaded. .
Associated Press Dispatch Boat off
Havana, May 24, v}a Key West, May
25.���The situation as to the blockade
from Cardenas east, and Matanzas to
Mariel west and the city of Havana, remains- unchanged. The Amoricari
squadron continues to maintain a strict
blockade.
The light of Moro Castle which bus
recently been burning at night for the
As the Btcamer Nelson pulled out
yesterday morning with a tired but
happy load of excursionists, tho Salvation Army band played the appropriate
air, "I'm Tired Now and Sleepy, Too,
Come Put Mo in My little Bed."
Prof. Beaton, the Scottish bag-piper,
was very much ln evidence throughout
the day.
The time of the men's races was as
follows, : 100 yard race won by Dill,
10 4-5 seconds; 220 yai*d>i-8ce  won by
On account of a lack of thorough advertising, the Mackenzie-Glover; Con-
aert company drew but a light house
at the Auditorium last night. They
will appear again tonight and should
draw a crowded house. The character
of the entertainment is really most
meritorious of any travelling company
that has appeared in Kaslo for a long
time.
Mr. Mackenzie and Miss Glover have
both excellent voices for either singing
or speaking. Miss Glover is graceful
and clever in hor bits of Scottish character sketching and rises to tho lofty
heights of elocutionary effect in her
more ambitious roles. Mr. Mackenzie
is a flrst rate story toller and their
combinod turnB aro ulso very nicely
given. They huve already mado
many warm frionds Hince their arrival
In Kaslo, as shown by tho fact that it
was hours after tho entertainment last
night before they hud parted with several who were charmed with them.
Miss Glover recited many choice selections to a group of friends who had
gathered at their hotel after the evening performance.
Mrs Robertson aoted as piano accompanist last evening and the Scotch
portion of the community wero fairly
represented. Tho program tonight
will contain gems of Irish and Scottish
song as well as dramatio scenes from
tho best authors.
Now York, May 25.���The Herald's
Washington dispatch says Spains flying squadron will fly no longer. Its
race is run. Cooped up in the barbor
of Santiago de Cuba its destruction or
capture is considered by officials here,
to be merely a matter of time. Beforo
the harbor are tlie armorclads of the
American navy, roady to give Admiral
Cervera battle the moment his ships
poke their noses out of the channel
leading to sea
The naval authorities emphatically
deny the reports that an action oc-
cured in windward passage.
b��D��_t of the dtp* Verdo squadron, Thompson, 21 2*5 seconds; 440 yard
Bottled Up by Schley.
Washington, May 25.���There seems
no longer any doubt about tho Spanish fleet now being at Santiago harbor,
hemmed in by Commodore Schley's
squadron and their escape is quite impossible.
Cuba, woighed anchor at 3:25 p. m. anil
proceeded to sea.
Failed to. Answer Summons.
Ottawa, Ont., May 25.���H. C. Howell, Q. C, of Winnipeg, who was summoned to appear before committee in
connection with the Manitoba election
prosecutions, was called three times
and no reply being given,  Sir Hibbcrt
Tupper wanted him   reported   to  the
i     . .
House.   The committee did  not bear
Tupper  out,   and   there the    matter
s? * '
stand.s
For Kemp Mineral Water, call on Jl
A. Swift, at the Bodega. *
Cervera Snid to He at Clciifuegosi.
Cape Haytien, May 25.���A rumor
which cannot be confirmed is circulated here to tho offoct that tho Spanish Capo Verde squadron under Admiral Cervora, generally believed to
bo at Santiago do Cuba, Is now at
Cienfuegos.
New Governor-General for Soudan
London, May 25.���A dispatcih from,
Berlin to tho Standard says it is declared that Slatin Pasha will be appointed governor-general of the Soudan after the capture of Omdurman,
the seat of the Dervish rover, by tho
Anglo-Egyptian expedition. The official residence of the governor-general
will bo Khartoum.
To Protect Foreigner! at Manilla
London, May 25.���A Hong Kong dispatch says that Manilla is tranquil.
The foreign cruisers have agn ad upon
concerted action for tho protection nf
foreigners in any emergency.
Ilonlea Cutting of Santiago Cables.
Kingston, Jamaica, May 25.���The
West India and Panama Cable Co. denies that the cablo linos from Santiago
de Cuba to San Juan de Porto Rico and
Ponice have beeu cut, The company
adds that messagos for Porto Rico will
be received.
Cruiser liesolut.e Goes to Sea.
New York, May 25.���The U. S auxiliary cruiser Resolute, formerly the
Old Douinion }lne"etoamor Yorktown,
which it is said is going to be used for
transporting troops from Tampa to
BASE BALL.,
National I .ague Games.
At Cincinnati:   Cincinnati 5, Brooklyn 4.
At Pittsburg:   Pittsburg   8,   Phila?.
delphia 3.
At  Louisville:   Louisville   7   Now
York 4;
Is This What Yon Are Looking F..V?
Comfortable, clean, well furnished
rooms by the day, week or month at
reasonable prices ;��� ?, the Victoria, A
avenue, near Sth ��� stteeet.. No bar attached.   Baths free to guests.
Wr, J. .H.*LI*, Propr Tl USU HOMING NEWS.
Published Every Mobning Except
.Monday at KASLO, 1'-. 0.
By The News Pub. Co.
Subscription, $1 per month���Advertis*
q_" rates made known on application.
MAY. 1898.-
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rHE IMPULSE   OF  PATUIOTISM,
i'ho proper observance of days like
May 2 Ith in Britain and July-ith in the
l.7iiU)d States tends largely to keep
glowing tho lires of patriotism i,i the
human breast. Those who have read
Edward Everett Hale'.-, ".Man Without
u Country" have seen vividly depicted
the almost personal bereavement that
belongs to him who is deprived of the
sight of a [lag and a government which
he may love aud honor.
Springing from a common stock, tho
large percentage of U. S. citizens in
I.aslo and vicinity found it very easy
ts enter into the spirit of celebrating
tho anniversary i ! hei whom all mankind honor. This feeling is especially
observable at the present���a time when
the two great nations are nearer to
each other in ties- of sympathy than
ever before. The constant intertwining of tho Union Jack with the Stars
and Stripes, everywhere visible, easily
shows this.
! I tho words of the national anthems
g the music ami the sentiment are
tho same. Thoro never was a time in
history when the English speaking-
people were as near to a purely world-
patriotism as al i i-.'Hont.
Love of country [as noble attribute.
Bui:, days  as 1   _Tu -.ii;:. ��� and
keep in ', Ibrat'.i a   roi pon I - a   chords
that will ultimately���pe -ii'u'  **ltli our
children's children���lead   up to the
, ��� bai mony whose -weep
all      ikintl.
,
EDITORIAL 01  rCROl PINGS,
The action ot our evening oonlV mpo
Miry i'; until after tbe
arrival of  tho Bpol       an*B I lew  la il
ui- i,i caused mn n;     knovi ing   mile.
The wiros bring peculiarly twisted
news. One day we havo tho Oregon
:.--.��� ;���,-,���.'��������� i thoi ill day safe
:.'. i '.ti'.i, Bi a-.'.11. if American news Is
uo I'linfcradictory, what shall be laid of
the Spanish new6?
The news now comos that Hon. W.J.
Bryan rather than enter into any competition for a military position, has
decided to volunteer as a private.
Many of his friends consider this the
wisest course that he could take.
MIXING RECORDS.
MET.U  0.U0TATION8.
New York, May -li.���Silver, f)7,'s>c
Dead���Quiet; brokers'priee,-*B.W; exchange
|8.02!_��3.72>,',
OUE SIIIl'MENTS.
From Jan. 1, 1K98, to date tne   lending mines
of the Blocan region  have  snipped over the
ECaslo *_- Slocan Railway for water transportation from Kaslo, as follows:
Mine. Tons. .Mine.
Payne  26ot)|Euroka,
Kuth	
Wliiteiviner	
Reoo	
Slocan Star*	
Rambler-Cariboo
Lucky Jim	
Las! Chance	
Qoodenough	
Dardanelles	
Silver Bell	
1S25 Fidelity	
1530 Sovereign	
360 Queen Hess	
SSBJaokion	
3H0lGlbson	
B00|UpnteBuma*....
880 Charleston	
20 Antoino	
07 Ajax	
02 Bismarck	
Tons.
i'2
li
20
. 170
���18
11!
.     B78
:io
.    188
���Iii
.13
Concentrates.
The following Is a partial statement ot ore
shipments over the C. P. H. from  .Slocnn   nnd
Lardeau points since January 1st, not Included
in tlie foregoing:
Mine.
Vancouver	
Idloi an Star	
Payne	
Knie prise	
|- oueentrntes.
Tons. Mine.
>10iSilverCup...
.    '-WWuvcrlev	
l'jsu Idaho	
-HI Queen   Hess ,
Tons.
.     till
1009
T'lii
OI the foregoing, the following have paid dlv
I'lends ns follows:
I'ayue $1,800,000 Noble Five...
slocnn star....    400,000Goodenough..
Ruth     800,000 Washington
Roc i     287,600 Jackson...
Knuiiih'i'-curi..     40,000 Surprise,
���lll.OOII
82,500
211,11011
20,000
2ll,lk*0
Besides thejioregoing,otlu c nines, linstock-
ed, have pnirt ilivideiHls us follows:
Idaho $ 240,000 Last Chance...    S"Jjkx>
Whitewater...     liU.otHl'Anionic.       35,0110
Blooan Boy....     28,000jMonitor      16,000
Following I* a comparative statement of ore
Bhipped irom parts of the Blocan and Atnswort-i
mining districts, pas log through tbe custoto
I iiiseat Kaslo to foreign smelters lor the tis-e
recorded months of 1895, nil of 1896 aadl897;
YL.ur Gross.Wejght  Gross Valuool
of Ore in Lbs.   Ore in Dollars
1885 (5 months)...,.       2,202,h:h) ?  114,541
1898 (12 months)....        28,844,624 1,114,III!
1897 (12 months)...,        78,(196,890 8,099,886
Totals.
IRI.113,804
14,828,49
STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Following is ulnlile of the leading stocked
mining oompanles of the Sloean and Ainsworth
milling divisions:
Companies.
N'O. of   |
.shares
1- iyne	
Slocan Star.
Kuth	
Par    Market
Value   Value
 !	
Reco	
Noble Five	
Washington	
Rambler-Cariboo	
Mii-prise	
Charleston	
Goodenough	
Oreat Western !
.liicksoiifNorlh'nllell)
American Hoy	
iCaslo-Montezunia,
Dardanelles	
Gibson	
Wonderful	
St. Keverne	
Idler	
London Hill	
llliick Diamond	
Dellie    	
Ellen !
McLeod I
Twin |
1,000,000
1,000,000
)-u,titm
1,1100.000
1 ,_00,0(KI
1 .imo.onn
1,000,000
225,000
1511,000:
KlHI.IKlOi
8110,000;
l.OOO.OWl1
1,000,000
l,:��i,000l
l,ono.iMiO|
IVfstUKIU1
1,000,0011.
1,000,1100'
1.000,000 j
600,000
1,200,000
750,000
Ltiiii.uoo:
1,000,000
1,000,000
12.50
.50
fl
11.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1,00
1.IH1
1.00
.30
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00;
l.OOi
1.00;
1.00
1.001
S6
.501
1.001
1.001
1.001
l.OOi
i
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1.60   '
.18
.25
.22
5
t
.25
!so
28
"iii
.25
.09
.171,
mh.
.04
.18
.25
.11
:.��>_
.15
jNo slock ou the market
d:'dB:f^dJ^'im)
Provincial Secretary's
EDUCATION.
N-OTICK IS HICitMlY I.IVR.N THAT TIIK
annual examination of candidates for
certificates of quatifloatloi] to teach in
th public !o"! ��� oi the Province nil! be held
as follows, comiiieuvliiK OD Mondiiv, July 4',h,
litis, at 8;-l.'i ��._.:���
VICTORIA���
In com li Park School lluildlu -
VANCOl VKIt
III Hi:.-,, Srllool Building.
kamloops���
in I'uUlic School Ilulldlng.
Each applicant must forward a notice, thirty
beloro tbo examination, stating the class
nii'l liril'le of i eitlllcate for which he will DO a
candidate, ine opiionul subjects selected, and
���u whloh of the above uaiueil places lie will
attend.
Every notlce-o( In ten tlon to he an applicant
must bo accompanied! with satisfactory testimonial ol moral enariieter.
Candidate! "re notified that ail oi the above
requirementsmusl befiuflued before theirap-
plieatloiiH cuu be filed.
All candidates for First Class, Grade A, Ccr-
tillcatcs, IncludingOriiduiitcs, must attend in
Victoria to take the subjects prescribed lor
July )3tli and 1 Ith Instants, and to undergo required oral e.siimlnation.
S. D. POPS,
Superintendent ol Education.
Education Office,
Victoria, May 4tb, 1898.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Central Hotel,
FRONT ST., KASl.O, II. C.
New Building.���Newly Furnished Throughout.
Best Rooms in the City.
A FIRST CLASS PAR IN CONNECTION.
REUTER & CO.
���US
Adams House,
KASLO. B. C.
RATES, |t PER DAY AND .UPWARDS.
Adams Bros., Props.
Sole agents lor PABST BEER, Milwaukee. Wis.
Nelson House,
KASLO, B.C.
NELSON A- B08TROM, I'iMH'KIKTOI"'*.
Nicely furnished rooms. Harwell stocked. Spo-
kancBeer on Draught by Schooner or quart
Best free lunch in the olty.
Ho, Fishermen.
Will supply you
with Everthing
Needful at Low
prices, Steel rods,
Jointed or Telescoped;   Hooks,
Baits and Flics; Silk lines, enamelled' and waterproof;
Landing Nets, Reels and alt Kinds of Repairs. A full
line of Hammocks and all kinds of Sporting Goods.
In the Grocery Department, a tine line of Fancy Groceries will -soon
arrive.   Try our Klondike Deviled Crabs, now here.
In the Clothing Department, try our celebrated lighter weights  of
Bealth Underwear for warmer weather,
Silver Kinp; Hotel
AUGUSTINE .le WELIN, PROPRIETORS,
Bar and Billiard Room
IN CONNEI TION.
Rooms from ��1 per week up. Newly furnished
throughout. Electric Lights. Front st., next
door to Post Office, Kaslo, B, C.
���    IISI.S III.ISSMSS���_ I     ���     ,_ ���II.    ISJISSII.     ��� !������_>���II���.I.l    s
Lake View
Restaurant.
BV I". 1". FOSSOM.
Reasonable Prioes and Qood Living
FRONT STREET,
McLeod Hold,
KASLO, It. c
ARGENTA, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
New House.   Newly Enrnished.  Qood Accommodation!. Vi. ii. BELL, Propr.
H. Giegerich
Kaslo,    Sandon,     Ainsv-.orth
For the
________________________________
obbing   I-I Trade !
Just Received, a Large Invoice of ( ira Including KE.
WEST, SYLVIA. OLYMPIA, CORONA, DEL KEY, EB*
PAN(>r..\.Ti.H7\IPO, MONOPOLE AND 3WEL__ I
"This is in addition to my already well established GROCERY
trade. L A riokERB.
77/A' li' -lUT (\ I' Pfl/'/SP V    Prof*. Btreet, between Third and Fourth,
I l.'Jr JIsIOJjU IrlXUl A li 1, Kaaio, British Columbia,
Kalama Hotel,
KUSKONOOK, HRITISH COLUMBIA.
Otherwise Armstrong's Landing
nml liont River Landing,
Mrs. Wm. Middleton. Propr.
We cater especially to the 1 raveling public.
Butte Hotel,
HY I). A. CARR, NELSON, H. C.
Formerly of the Butte Hotel, Kaslo, B. C.
IT WILL PAY MY KASl.O FRIENDS TO CALL.
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3Ui
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*&���:���"���,
| farreil I
i
raper. ,^fSaa_^P*-
Grenei'iil Hardware !
Point.'!, Oils. Garden Tools.
Hamilton Byers,
A'iliNT TKUAX AUTOMATIC ORE CAH5.
i   -lirmir  ti ��� -_n
Sandon.
"Iflir  1 il
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ���
R.J. F. 11. ROGERS,
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON,
(Irailuate Trinity University, Toronto, Ont
Member of College of I'hysiciuns ami Burgeons,
Licentiate of the 11. 0. Council. Late of New
York Hospitals and Polyclinic. Ollice on 4lh
st.   Hospital, eor.fith st. and II ave, Kaslo,II.c.
J)R. A. S. MARSHALL,
DENTIST.
Graduate of American (.'ollo^cC'hicago
kaslo, ll. 0.
W. J. TWSSS,
Real Ksliitc and Mining Broker!
INSURANCE
Fire, Life, Accldini and Guarantee,   Front SI.
Kaslo, b. C.
M1S< ELLANEuFS ADVERTISEMENTS.
FRUITS !
('onfeclioncry,
Tobacco, Cigars /
Bust in every line. A stock ul lancy (jro-
corios is soon to be added to our Mock.
Carney Bros..
Front St., oi'lii/slte Kaslo Hotel, Kaslo, II. C.
J. Turner & Co.
Wc are Belling Marshall it Co.
Pino Teai, OO-tees. llaking
Powder, etc., at London prices?
'i'otut 302 lb. up to (10c.
Coffees .. ,22c lb. Up to fiOe.
Cocoa, per lb Kte.
Baking: Powder, per 11) 25c.
COME   IN   AND  GET   SAMPLES.
Front st., near News Office, Kaaio, B.i
K
OOTENAY STKAM LAPNORy
White Labor.
Improvod Machinery.
The Best Work at
Reasonable Prices
Kr 7>, B. C.
THE
LEVIATHAN
Gold Mining and Milling Co., Ltd.
Officci at Kaslo, B. C.
Capital, *2,(i00,000.
NOW IN 0H9UTWN ON KASLO MOUNTAIN.
This property comprises 10claims on an iron capped ledoc
over three miles lony und over .IO feot wide.
Tho tunnel is in   over   160 feet and still progressing.
Surface assays have yielded trom $U to $10 par ton in gold.
A limited amount, ol Treasury Shares for sale.
This property is likely to bekaslo's Le Roi.
C. H. EVANS,      JAS. SPI.IKS,      SAM'L PAWCKTT,
President. Vice-Pros. Secretary.
P. BURNS & CO.,
KASLO   MARKET.
All Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meals. ,���
FLSH m POULTRY J.N SEASON
S Y S T K M
bknovatpd:
Spring Is Almost Here.
Ask BTJJPH3BNBOK for a bottle ol i '.impound Sarsaparilla.   Thero is nothing
better tor a Spring; Medicine or lilood Purifier,
E. F, STEPHENSON   The Kaslo Druggist,
Front Street, Kaslo. British Colombia. 	
THE OOMTncTlIgHT.
The Best Artificial  Illuminant.   Absolutely
safe.   Approved by  Canadian  Underwriters.
Niagara Fails Acetylene Gas Machine Company, Limited.
S. C. WING, Local Agent,
Front street, above Nows Office, Kaaio, British Columbia.
KMttMf'A-XMKKal
POR TUP BEST
BATHS!
OO TO THE
Grand Barber Shop.
HALL BUOH., Kaslo, B. C.
���New Nickel Tubs,  Tickets goeil lor tUr��o
Utlis, |1,U0. .
If you're after the news���red
hot from the wires���read tho
News.       :      :      :      :      :
STEAMER HALYS.
CAPTAIN W. Vi. WEST.
Does Jobbing Trade on Kootonay Lake.
Lonvo orders with George Huber, Intern*
tionel Wharf, Kanlo. * ������'.'i.-.-.i
na
This line Sporting Goods cannot
be excelled in Kootenay. Tennis Goods. LaCrosse Goods,
Baseball Bats. Catchers' Mits,
Masks, Foot Balls, und all kinds
of Fishing Tackle.
We Havk Tbem Alt. in Stock.
Fine Watch Repairing.
LAMONT & YOUNG,
FRONT   I,
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Official Directory.
DOMINION DIfc]
Governor-General     . Earl or Aberdeen
Pretniei     ....      8ir Wilfrid Laurier
Member House ol nominuns, Dominion Farlla-
ini'iit. (or West Kootenay   .   Hewitt Bostock
PROVINCIAL
l.ieut.-Governor
l'romier
Atlorliev-lionei- tl
DIRECTORY,
Hon. r, i'.- Molnnea
Hon..'. ll.Tui'iii'r
I). "I. Eberta
Com.ofLandSand IVort lion. i.l. B.Martin
Minister Mines and Education . Hon.Jas.Baker
President Executive Council . tton.CE.Pooley
Provincial Miner i Hi
Membersliegls!atlveA icmblyl irWeal Kootenay���Nortli Riding I.M. Kellle
South Riding I. F. Hume
KASl.o OKFIt PORY.
Mayor     .     ....     ('hi  ,Vh McAnn
Aldermen    \.v     . cher.J. U.
Moors, Q, Hartin, D W, Moon   I oo IVhltostde.
Oity Clerk ...       I.. E. i'lil]>iiiiin
Alex l.n
Police Magistrate
City Marshal    .
Assistant
Aii'lltor
Treasurer
Assessor
Water Controls*:
Health Officer
rltv coin, ell
city liall, llh st.
e
:,;. v. Adams
W. A. Mi lire
D. McKenne
.   s.H. Green
.     8, P. Tuck
T   .       .      .     H. A. Cockle
i    j. K. n. Rogers
evory Ivedni -.Iny-l p. in.at
.vis'i'u From Bt. and A ave.
VOLUNTEER FIRE DE
Cliiel	
First Deputy chief
Second Deputy chief.
Third Depot) chici
Secretary     ....
Treasurer      ....
ARTMBHT.
Hugh P. Fletcher
Qeo, Reld
. .lohn Gillis
Geo. Whiteside
Archie Morris
Gus Aihiiii.
DISTRICT  DIRECTORY,
MiningReoorder AsseBsor.TaxCol. . Jno.Keen
t's.ii, i on ol i itsti ���'. f Mcintosh
School Trustee!    August ' er.i.y, .1. D, Moore.
G (I. tliiiTinuo ��� i,;-1   Prof. Jas.Hislop,
KA.-l.c 1
Fli E.
LOCAL' AND GENERA! MENTION.
Items of Interest to the Citizens of Kaslo, Occurring Here and There.
Alderman .1. D. Mooro has returned
from Trail where he has been ' iu the
employ of tho C.P.R, smelter recently.
He will remain home several weeks.
Two Rossland girls won tho prizes
for tho best essay on Queen Victoria
in the Kossland Miner contest. Wil-
hird Power, of Kaslo. was among those
receiving honorable montion.
Gold Commissioner Dennis came up
from Nelson last night.
A roclc slide ne&'Sproulc's last evening detained the K. & S. train 5 hours.
W. J. McDonald, a Whitewater merchant, was iu town yesterday. He
says that the Whitewater and Whitewater. Deep aro stoadily employing
new men for development work, and
that times in Whitewater are steadily
improving.
17 H. Hughes oT Nelson registered
at the Kaslo last evening.
Henry  Lough ry of Kuskonook is   in
the city.
Leonard B. Grover of Spokane is at
Uie Sloean.
D. A. and D. 0. Carnnebaol of London are at tho Slecan.
liciicriil delivery opeu dally [Bundayaexoept-
ci) from 8 a. u    Mil a.    lei I,y open from
! ii. m. to9.80 |i. m, 'min on di si-nick close, uv-
ery evening e: '���     W   , ned Sunday, al 9
p.m. Mutisijf rive (foiii iniic.i states, ^nd hike
poinls ,l,iilv I��������� . [iisUuiidiiy.'iii 9:30 p.*m. From
(:. P. R. ana Blocan fMriits, arrive dally, except
Sunday, ��t i p. "i    Registration offloe open.s.M
{L. m.,4.M0 p. in.   Money order olllce  and Post-
iffice Savings Hunk open '.i ii. hi. lo 5 p. in.
*/, s.ll.GKKKX, Postmaster.
	
a :       CHCRCII DIRECTORY.
MKT1IOD1ST CHURCH    Cor. C and Sth St.   Di-
vVine services .-verv Sunduy 11 a, in. nnd 7.:it) p.
in. Sunday school ..so. Strangers weleome.
Rev. J. A. Wood, Pastor.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH   Cor. ith st. and II
ave. Services every Sunday II u. in. and 7.W
p. m. Bnnday school and Bfble class,-.:* p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings o'clock.
Free scats. Strangers heartily welcome.
Rev, A. I>. Menzies, Minister.
CHURCH OP ENGLAND-  Bouthweit cor. of ("
avo. and sth st. Services every Sunday at 11 a.
111. And 7.80 p. Ul.  Allure coldiillly invited.
Kev. David Richards, Mlssloner in charge.
catholic i i:i'licit- comer C avenue and
lith st.   No regular pastor at present.   Oecaslonul services by special announcement,
FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS.
MASONS- Knslo Lodge No. 88, A. P. <_
A. M.. meets first Monday in every
inonth nl .Masonic hull over Green
Bros', store. Visiting brothers Invited lo attend.    . II. Byers, W. II.
E. B. Chipman, Secretary.
MASONIC CHAPTER- Kootenay Chapter, R.A.
M., holds regular Convocations on tlie second
Tuesday of each month ln .Masonic hull,Knslo
Vlilting companions are cordially Invited.
chas. TrtinilM.II,Scribe L.       E. H. Chipman, '/..
MACCABEES���Slncnn T. nt No. C, Kniglits of
tlie Maccabees, meets second und fourth Mondays of eaoh month at Livingston s hull, Knslo
Visiting Knights cordially invited.
\V. A. Davies, commander.
.iolpli Johnson, Keeper oi" Iteeords.
KOKESTElts -Court Kaslo No. 8887, Independent Order of Foresters. .Meets ith Friday of
oacll  month    In Victoria   house.     Visiting
brethren an lally invited.
Vi, B. Hliiithern, (,'hiel Hanger.
\V. J. Hall, Recording Ueoretary.
KASLO
COMPANY.
General Express and
.Transfer Business...
Dealers in
toe, Hay,
Oats, Wood,
ami Feed !
Special Facilities for moving���
CITY l'ATHEKS' DOINGS.
Proceedings of the Weekly Meeting
Yesterday.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
"TeTflOCS TitTlng Tiflrm 0 Tisiin will bo stld to Wad tMl
pri:it-ts�� dirtiyu'cof 14 iaoheu t.nm tlio eyea vritl, euso and
ocnitrrtiaUii will tw al,lo to reasl it srith caoli oyo separata!/.
If uunbto to do so ycuu eyes aro dlfative and fllmnld hav��
l.p.aiodfftto atu^ntioo. v/fitn tho oven beoosu tirod from rend-
In^orBewini?, of if tho lettarelook'blurryd and run to��0tht-r,
it io a6ure indication thr.t gliicfls'fl .no noeded Tlie lonS':3
Boldin'fho'clieap g'lods ara of unequal density and liavo
Impirfaollr ionned uurfaccs. Continued u.u of these iviorar
lcosta willrc:iultln positivoili.j'iry fp'in the constant otraiil
upon the mueclea efacoouuioiLuiui; to supply U19 def^u .
Ute.lius."
11 your eyes are not working O. K.,
consult p. Strathern, opposite P. O. *
The Komp'-Mineral Water, a homo
product, cool and refreshing-, always on
tap. ��� Call for it at the Bodega, Try
it.   J'." A. Swift. *
Milwaukee Beer Hall. Call and see
Bob"& Tony and get some imported
Swiss choeso tree with your beer.    *
A line lot of new material for men's
suits has just been received by Walker
the tailor.    Now is the time to order. *
Milwaukee Beer Hall. Bob and
Tony will always treat you right. Give
them a call.
Milwaukee Boor Hall. If you want
^ootl minors, mechanics or laborers,
they make their headquarters with Bob
and Tony. *���   :
At the Milwaukee Beer Hall, Bob
and Tony will serve you the finest
schooner of Half anil Half and delicate
lunch freo with them.
For indigestion, dyspepsia, kidney
trouble, etc., drink Kemp Mineral Wator.   J. A. Swift, at the Bodega.      *
Milwaukee Beer Hall, Bob and Tony,
proprietors. The biggest and sharpest
mug of beer in the Slocan country with
imported Swiss cheese thrown in.    *.
A snap in 1B4T RogerB Bros', silver
plate 1-2 doz. tablespoons, 1-2 do/., dessert spoons and 1-2 doz. teaspoons, all
for $5.   O. Strathern. *
Milwaukee Beer Hall. Bob and Tony
run it. Open day and night. They
serve you tho finest free lunch in the
Slocan with each schooner of beer. *
"Who made you that perfect fitting-
coat? Good stuff too." "Why, Walker
the tailor of course."
The Milwaukee Boor Hall has the
best and coolest beer in the city, with
imported Swiss cheose, free. *
FURNITURE,
PIANOS, ETC.
Gardens plowed, manured and mado
readv for seed.
L. HANNA, Mangr.
Telephone No. 0. Front st. KaSlo, B.C
At yesterday's woekly.mooting of the
city council, in addition to Mayor McAnn and Clerk Chipman there were
present Aldermen Whiteside, Hartin,
Archer and J. D. Moore.
The following accounts were favorably acted upon: B. C. Gazette, $8.75s
B.C. News, $12; Alex McGregor, W9.50
Alderman Archer asked for instructions in regard to building sidewalk",
on A avonue, between Sixth and F.ighth
streets and on Eighth street to C avenue. After discussion it was decided
to havo specifications drawn and mako
all bids conform thereto. It was also
the sense of tho council that all fences
now on tho street, whoro tho B avonuo  "iiiRTiis, deaths and mahriaues registration ACT.'
sidewalk is  being constructed, Should
bo required to bo taken from   tho line
of'the street.
Chief of Police Adams was ordered
to arrest the owners of animals
found wandoring at large and bring
them up in tho police court, and to
impound the animals. Ho was direct
ed also to recommend a new pound
keeper.
Adjourned.
Provincial Secretary's Ollice.
T.ofsitodt Reeling Easily.
The condition of Gus Lofstedt who
was so badly cut by Beatty, Tuesday
morning, is improving. He rested
easily for tho past 24 hours and unless
something unlooked for happens, will
recover rapidly.
Bead the Kaslo Morning Nows.
rran registrar-generai. desires to
1    call Ilie alt.'iitioii of tlie I'ulilie to Ilie lol-
lowliist requirement* of the Reviled Aet:
1. The .Vet now applies to all ptNOna within
the 1'rovlnee, Indians, Chinese anil Japanese
include.',.
2. DEATHS. The Public are remlmled that
every householder In bound, under a Penalty
of |'/i and Upwards, to report to the District
HegiBtrar every death oecurrVii},; th his house.
The Undertaker in Cham may. U he hus a personal knowleilKi' of ihufitctii.inake the registration aa hitherto, but the householder is liable
if It bo not done.
3. CLEIUIYMKN", UNDERTAKERS ami others are desired to beat In mind lliat no person
can lake anv part In burying a dead body, under a Penaliv of Ji'iiuiil' upwards, without a
certificate of the due registration of the death,
unless iu Ihe belie! that it is Impossible to register the death, or, i! registered, to obtain the
certificate; and Unit in such inse it is their
duty, under a liko Peuulty, themselves to register the death within seven days in the usual
form.
4. CORONERS arc requested to register all
deaths on which they hold Inquests.
f>. MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS are remind
ed that the signed eertilicatc of the cause of
death must be delivered or posted by them
within in bouts of noi Ice of decease, lnstead-of
within tbirtv iluvs iis.hitberto, and must be
forwarded tolbe'Distncl Registrar of the District in which Ihe person died, and not, a*
herctolore, that In which Hit Practitioner re
sides.
8. MARRIAGES. Ministers, and other persons authorized to solemnize marriages, must
now send in quarterly returns of marriages
solemnised by them, such returns must be
torwiirdeil to'lhe liisiii"t llCKistrnr within 15
davs after the end of tach three months. The
old forms maybe used if it be remembered to
Insert, under "Remarks" the Place of Celebration, and whether church or residence.
Just   ;  |
Arrived
A Seasonable Line of
Fine Groceries .
Including Such Delicacies as
Smyrna Dried Figs. Preserved New Orleans Figs.
Ham Lai Tea.    Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
And all Noted Brands of Coffee, 'Mecca, Mocha and Java.
Cross & Blackwoll's Pickles.
Patterson's Chutney Pickles.    French mustard.
Sliced Smoked Beef and the Noted Beef Extract, Bovril.
We can furnish almost any  thing desired in  the
Grocery Line.   But that is not all,
Our Men's Furnishing Goods.
Continue to comprise tbe Largest and Finest Assortment in the city.    Call
and see them.
Corner A Avenue and Third Street, Kaslo. B. C
Subscribe For
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GIVE IT A TRIAL.
IT WILL PAY YOU.
m BAILB0AD8 AND STEAMBOATS.
0.R.&N.
Shortest and quickest route to the
Coeur d'Alene mines, Palouse, Lewis-
ton, Walla Walla, Baker City mines,
Portland, San Franciaco, Cripple Creek
{Told mines and all points east and south.
Only lino east via Salt Lake and Denver.
Steamor tickets to Europe and other
foreign countries.
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
three days for San Francisco.
Spokane falls
1,1'rvc |       Bpokane Time Schedule       | Arrive
"7h6irT"FA s'i MAIL -WallaWalla, Port*
ii.m. j land, San Francisco, linker City
gaily, i and (lie Kast.
N.00     LOCAL MAIL
7.4.5
a. in.
dailv.
0.10
p. in.
daily.
'iHMir d'Alenes,
a.m. j Fariiiinuton. Garfield, Colfax,
daily. I l'ulliiiiin and .Moscow.
Kor through tickets and further information,
apply to JAMES 'WAUGH,
Agt I. N. id T. Co., Kaslo, B. C.
Or at O. R. A: X. Co.'s ollice, 480 Riverside ave.
Spokane, Wash.    II. M. ADAMS, General Agt.
in-   \v. li. UULBOBT, G. P. A.. Portland,Ore
Nelson if Fort Sheppard,
Red Mountain Railways.
The only all rail route without
ohange of cars betwoon Nelson and
Rossland R��rt Spokane ��__ Rossland.
KASLO & SLOCAN RT
Trains Run on l'neiiic standard Time.
TIME CARP.
Going West. Daily Going Kast.
8.00 a. in. l.v Kaslo Ar 8.60 p. in.
8,86 a. in. I.v South Kork ,*.r 8.111 p. m.
0,86 a. m. l.v Sproule'- Ar'2.i.r) p. in.
n.5l a. in. i.v Whitewater Ar 2.00 p. nt,
jO.Otl 11. m. I.v Bear l.ake. Ar 1.18 p. m.
10.18 a. m. Lv.......Mi.'(l;iiKiin Ar !.:i3 p. 111.
10.118 a. ra. I.v Cody .Iiinction Ar 1.12 p. m.
lO.'Kla. m. Ar Sandon Lv 1.00 p. 111.
GEO. I'\ COPELAND, Bupt.
ROBT. IRVING, G. P. & P. A.
? I OT
tilt EAT
N <> 11 T H E It N
RAILWAY
-WEST
The surveyor's chain made it tho
Shortrst Transcontinental Route.
It is the most modern In equipment.
It is tlie heaviest railed Hue.
I has a rock-ballast roadbed.
It crosses no sand deserts,
lt was built without land grant or govt. aid.
It is noted for the courtesy of its employee,
It is only line serving meals on la carte plan.
Kootenay connection at llonner's Kerry.Tues-
ilay. Wednesday, Thursday,Saturday andSuuday
TRAINS LEAVE SPOKANE.!
Eastward .... B.L5 a. 111 | Westward :1.13p.m.
For maps, tickets and complete information,
iMill on or address I.N.cfc T. Co.'s agts, K. & H. Ity.
agts, or C. G. DIXON, Gen. Agt., Spokane,Wn.
K. I.WHITNEY. G. P. AT. A.,St. Paul, Minn
The Canadian Pacific Ry.
-AND-
Soo Pacific Line.
Tlie choapest, most comfortable and
ilirect route from Kaslo to all points in
Canada and the United States. The
only line running through tourst cars
to Toronto, Montreal and Boston, and
through tourist cars to St. Paul daily
Magnificent sleepers and dining cars
on all trains. Travel by this lino and
have baggage checked to destination.
Daily connection from Kaslo every
day, excepting Sunday, at 7710 a. in.
Por Kuskonook and lake points, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Por Argenta and l.ardo, Tuesday and
Friday at 8.1.1 p. tu.
Por full Information, call on or address
ALDER BISHOP,
Freight and Pfcttenger Agent. Kaslo, B.C.
Or to W. F. ANDERSON,
Traveling Pass. Agt., NolaOB, "��� 0.
17 .1. COYLE,
lilstrlet Passenger Agent, Vancouver.
Write for Klondike Folder ami .Map.
ktlern Pacific Hj.
The Fast Line,
Superior Service.
rhrout'h tickets to all points in United
States and Canada. Direct Connection
with the Spokane Falls & Northern P.y
TRAIN'S DEPART FROM SPOKANE:
No. 1 Wost.  . .8:20 p.m. I No.2East... 7:00ii. m
Tickets to Japan and China via Tacotna
and Northern Pacilic Steamship Company. For information, time cards
maps and tickets, apply to agts.-of tho
Spokwio Palls & Northern and its con
ngetions, or to P. D. GIBBS,
General Agent, Spokane, Wash.
A. I), CHARLTON, Asst. GOD. Pass. Agt.,
>'o. 256 .Morrison !t.. Portland, Ore,
Write for Map of Kootenay Country.
TIME CARD.
Leave 0._0 a. m Nelson Arriv   5.35 p. m
Leave 12.05 a. m. ..Kossland Arrive 11.20 p.m.
Leave 8.:10 a. m Spokane st rrlve 3.10 p. m.
The train that leaves Nelson at (>:20
a. m. makes close connection, at Spokane with trains for all . . .
limn fin ion n.
Passengors for Kottle river & Boundary
ck. connect at Marcus with stage daily.
INTERNATIONAL
Navigation if Trading Co., i*��*
Steamers International nnd Alberta on Kout-
oniiy Lake and River���Summer Time (lard in effect 15th March, 1898���Subject to change.
STEAMER INTERNATIONAL-Leaves Knslo
for Nelson and way noints.daily exeept Sunday,
:..:.() a. ni. Arrive Northport 9,46 p. m.; Rom-
lund, 11.20A. m. and Spokane, :U0 p. m.
Leave Nelson for Kaslo and way points, daily
except Sunday,5.00p.m.LeaveSpolcane8.30a.m.*;
Rossland, 8.4") a. m.; Northport, 1.85Jp. ni.
Kive Mile Point connection with all passenger
trains of N, A K. S. Ry. to and from Northport,
Rossland and Spokane. Tickets sold and baggage checked to nil United states points.
STKAMJtft AJ.BKRTA-Leaves Kaslo for Kuskonook and way points and Honner's Ferry,Ida.
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5.80 p.m., arriving nt
Kuskonook at 10.30 p.m. and Honner's Ferry at8
a.m. next day. Returning lvs. Runner's Ferry
Wed., Fridays and and Sundays at 2 p. m., arv.
Kuskonook 8 p. m., Kaslo 1 a. m. following day.
Also from May Sth steamer will make same trip
leaving Kaslo every Thursday at fi o'clock a. m.
Honner's Kerry connection with all passenger
trains ol G. N. Ity., arv. westward at S_K)kane
:>.10 p. m.f or lv. Bonner's Ferry for tiie east at
1.15 p. in.   Meals aud berths not included.
I'assengers on SS. International from Nelson,
etc., for points on lake _*outh of Pilot Hny, will
connect, at that point witli the SS. Alberta.
Passengers for Nelson via SS. Alberta, from
points south of Pilot Hay, can. by arrangement
with purser,have .stop-over at Pilot Hay or Ains-
worth.or connect with International at Kaslo.
Company's steamers connect Kootenay Lake
and Sloean points with all points in U. S, and
Canada by way of Spokane nnd Kootenay river.
G. aLkXANDKR, General Manager.
P. O. Box 122, Kaslo, B. C.
Kuskonook and Bonner's Ferry.
Str. Ainsworth.
Leaves Kuskonook at 12 o'clock noon,Monday
Wednesday and Friday, upon arrival ot Steamer Ni lson with passengers from Kaslo, Alnswortli, I'ilot Hay and Nelson. Arrives Bonner's
Ferry 11 p. m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves llonner's Ferry 2 p.m.,Tuesday .Thursday and Saturday, upon arrival ol U, N, trains
Irom east and west. Arrives Kuskonook 11 p.
in.. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
E. J. MATHKWS, Manager.
TKAVKLKR'S GUIDE.
Summary nf Hallway nnd Steamer Tim.
Cards From Kaaio.
For Whitewater, Sandon, Cody, etc., K. St. S,
Railway trains leave Kaslo daily at 8 a. m.; returning, arrive at Kaslo at 8.60 p. m.
For Three Forks, New Denver, Hosebery and
Nakusp, take K. it H. Ry. from Knslo to Sandon,
and thence Nnkusp & Sloean Railway, leaving
Sandon ilaily at 7.4.r> a. m.; returning, arrive
dnlly at Sandon nt 4.65 p. m.
For Revelstoke, Vancouver, Victoria and other main line points ou C. 1*. R., boat from Nakusp to Arrowhead, ears to Revelstoke, thence
connect wlili east and west bound trains.
For Silverton, Slocan ("ity, take Str. Slocan on
Slocan lake,connecting with N.& 8.at Rosebery.
For Northport, Spokane, Rossland nnd Grand
Forks, tnke the Str. International from Kaslo
daily at 8*80 a. m., except Suiuinv, making connections at Five Mile Point witli the N.&.F. s.
Ry., thence to Northport. From .Northport to
Spokane continue Ihe railway, known south ol
Northport as the Spokane Falls st Northern, ar-
rivliii; at Spokane, Wash., at .i.lll p. in.
(ir for Spokane, take 1. N. _i T. Co.'s Str. Alberta Irom Knslo to llonner's Ferry, Tuesdays
and Saturdays al 6 p. in. and Thursdnvs at ti
a.m., and connect at Honnei's Ferry with Oreat
Northern trains to B|x>kaue, arriving ut 11,10
Ilie following day.
For Rossland change nl Northport to the Red
Mountain Ry., aniving ut Rossland at 11.20a.m.
Or, Rosslnnd muy be reached from Nelson via
C. ,t K. Ry. to Robson, thence by river steumer
n. Trail, thence by i". St W. Ry. to Rosslnnd. Or,
Isosslund nniy be renclied via Nukuspund Trail
by str ins.,low n arrow lakes aud Columbia river.
For Qrand Forks und Boundary Creak points,
takeS, F. it N. Hy. from Northport to llossburg
nr Muri'iis, thence by singe across reservation,
For Ainsworth. 1*1 lot Bay, Nelson, etc., I. N.&
T.Co.'s Str. Iiitcrnnllonal leaves Knslo dally,except Sunduy, ut 11.20 u.m.. returnlng.lenvos Nelson at A n. in., arriving ut Kaslo about 8.80p. m.
I.'. I'. K. I'o.'s Htr. Kokunee leaves Kaslo dally,
exoepl Sunday, at ".im a. p., arriving ut Nelson ul 11 a. in.; returning, leaves Nelson at 4 p.
m.. arriving ut Kuslo at 7.till p. in.
I'or Argenta uud l.ardo, Sir. Kokunee makes
round trips every Tuesduy and Friday, having
Kuslo at H.l.'s p.m.
For Kuskonook, Ft. Steele, etc., take Str. Kokunee Monday,Wednesday nnd Friday at 7..WI a.
tn., or I. N. .V T. Co.'s Htr. Alberln Tuesduy,
Tliursdny and Snliirduy ut .1 p. in.; thenoe by
stuge to Fort Steele Wednesday uud Saturday.
Tbe following ls u t
Kaalfl to .surrounding 1
West or North.   Miles!.
Wbitewutei
Hear Lake 20
Mh Minimi 2H
Sniidoii, 8 hours     . 2U
(inly .11
Three Forks 88
New Denver n*
Rosebery  41
Hllvorton 4H
Blooan city mi
Nnkusp 70
Uurtou City  95
Lardo  18
Argenta 110
Duncan cltv  84
IlnliyonlloiSprlngs U
Airnivhend  lftj
Laurie 109
Thompson's Land*g.irt
Trout Luke lily       12.""''
Ferguson.. 180
Hcv, Istoke, :ll hrs.188
Vernon 228
I'entlcton 2W1
KituiloopH, 251
Asheroft 808
l.ytton". BH
Yale  .409
New Westminster. .508
Vancouver. .11 hrs. ,513
Victoria, 69 hours. ,.r>SKi
Seattle 28 hours .. .680
Tacoma, 30 bourB. .620
'.'ort land, IS hours, ,082
able ol distances from
usliiess points;
Kust or South.     Miles.
Ainsworth.      12
I'ilot Hay  20
llalfour 28
Sanca  88
Nelson, 1 hours 42
Vmir 60
Robson 70
Trail 90
Northport, 7 hours. 108
Rossland. Hi hours. .120
Bossburg 122
Marcus 180
(I rand Forks 180
Greenwood 192
.\ uncoil Hi 19(1
Boundary    ...200
Midway 204
Sjiokane, 18 liours. ,289
Kuskonook 45
Goat River 65
Hoi.llngtnn(Rvki'rts.)77
l'ort Hill 78
Lucas IIW
Honner's Ferry, 18 hill)
Moyle City 126
Swansea 18.1
Wardner. B.C 14ii
Cranbrook 150
Port Hteele lfio
Cnnul Flats 190
Windermere 210
Donald 212
Golden 280
litind 814
KASLO!
THE BUSINESS CENTER
OF THE
AINSWORTH
MINING
DIVISION !
.And the  gateway to the Great Slocan With Its Score or More of
Dividend
ing
Properties
Kaslo, *he 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 !
*, 1
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Caldwell & Evans,
lining properties, stocks and Real Estate for
INSURANCE AND LOANS.
Correspondence Invited.
Address: C. F. CALDWELL and C. H. EVANS,
KASLO, B. O.

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