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Published in jthe Interests of the Boundary and Christina Lake  Mining Districts
Vol. I.
CASCADE, B. C, MAY 6, 1899.
No. 26.
In the drand Forks Mining Division
Prom April, 26 to May 3.
April 28 -Ada, Pass or., Henry Shields.
April 2U-Ottawa, McRhb or., Nels Steel. Alexandra and Pride Fraction, Josh creek, Onus.
Willarsnn. .....!'.'
April 28.   Caro, Pass cr., R. T. Nicholson.
Apfll 26. Snowbird -Fraction,-Robin and North
Star, Summit camp, E. T. Davis and Joseph
May I. Mascot and Morning Star, Castle moun
tain, O. R. Glnnaty. Senator and Fremont
Fraction, Summit camp, 0. M. Tobiassen. [j
May 2.   Drumlummond, McRae or., R.O.Cramer.
May 9. Columbia, Hardy mouutaln, D. D. Mc
Farland. Success, same,, Charles Nelson.
George Clay Fraction, Pass or., Geo. Nicholson. '-��� '.'.'."'
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April 86.   Beatrice, by S. S. Scholar.
April 26. Cannon Ball, Williams, Slegel et al.
Alma and Deadwood, Slegel,' Gradon et al.
April 27.   Jennie May, Princess and No, 3, Shan
non Bros, and others.   Mogul and Monarch,
,   Paul Rochussen and Frank Asprey.   Round
Tower, Paul Rochussen and'T. jp. Carden.
Rochester and Penobscot, Bryant and Staples.
April 28. J. W'i A. H. Harrison. Montana and
Wellington) Taylor, Oppenheimer and Klnn-
April 2d. Mamie H., S, Hutchinson. Maple
.Leaf,'North Star Fraction, Helen: Ray No. 1,
Malta No. 1, Ueri Hur, Trafalgar No. 1, Glasgow, Westward Ho No. I, lone, Rathmullen
ton. Mluirtg and Devel. Co., Ltd.
May 1. Kusler, Oscar Gendron. Star and Crescent. J. E. O'Brien. Cracker Jack,Mahoney,
Victoria, < orbett and Rose, D. C. Beach.
May 2. R-Bell and Remington, H. M. McCartney.
Coronet, C.M.Cronse. Nonpareil, M.Jaggers.
Fairplay, 0 K. Simpson and G. W. Rankin.
Oak Leaf, George Young. Highlander, Gold
King and old Missouri, R, 0. Cramer.'",.'
May 8. Ravenswood and Hunter, John MoGuirk.
Secoanet, Ruby and Maud S., Thos, Dartmouth. Buckingham and John Bull, W.
Forrest.   ...
April 27. l-.ltt Mollie Pritcl ard, P. B. Nelson to
F. M. Kerby. Same, John Buckley to Same.
% Athelston Fraction, F. M. Kerby to P. B.
Nelson. Trenton, Dallas and Phoenix, all,
M. S. and G. H. Summers to A. J. Stewart
and G. W. Nye. Vi Mohawk and London, G.
H. Summers to A. J. Stewart and G. W. Nye.
April 28.  Albany, all, E. H. shannon to M. Jag-
. gers.   1 6 Iron Eountain, Pat Cuuniugham
to James Manson.   1-12 Same, Jas.  Mnnson
to J. LaFrantz.   '/�� Ennismore, H. E. Hanl-
tatn to E. N. Ouimette.
April 89.   % Minnie H., S. Hutchinson to Hugh
, MoGulre and S.M.Klrkham. J-8 North Star,
Robin and Snowqlrd Fraction, E. T. Davis
,' and Jos. Buron to Wm. Bresijird. (Mystery,
Snow View, Mermaid and KooTn, bond, Chas.
Willarson, Peter Johnson, Peter Burke and
John Thompson to Mystery Gold Mining &
'; Milling Co.
May 1. ( hlcago, all, W. C. Hunt to H. A. Hen
dersen and (on Cos^iriff. HO. P. R., 1-8
Calclfer, W. B. Davey to J. B.Donald. % Big
Hear and Easter Fraction, Frank Bailey to
R. C..Da.vey, Carlyle, all, D. B. Pettyjohn
>" to Geo. ���( happle. G. 0. and Carlysle, all,
British I.ion and Briar Fraction, Vt each,
Geo. Chappie to J. Donald. Hoinestake, power
. of attorney, G. S. Stockton to Rena L. stock-
May 2. Meci leabcrg, 4-12,3. C. Wolfe t. A. M.
Brown. Wayside, ail, Henry Hoffman to F.
A. Averlll. Hard '1 lines, all, Thos Keys to (J.
t-lmpson. Harriett, all, Con Cosgrlff to H. A.
Henderson. Butte, all, J. H. Goodeve to H.
. Hendt rson.
Maya. Erwln, 1-8, L. B. Jesseph to S. Dels-
helmer. Stiver Ball, 1-3, Geo. Olson to W.
H, Cooper. Golden Spoon, 1-8, same to same.
Silver Bell and Golden Spoon, 1-8 each, W.
H. Cooper to K. S. Steves.
Late netal Quotations
New York, May 4.- Bar silver, 81Jfc.
Mexican dollars. 60Ko.
Lake copper���$19.25
The Arm that Axes the selling price for miners
and smelters quotes lead W. 10 at the close.
Any person requiring dressmaking or family sewing can now
secure the services of a competent
dressmaker right here in Cascade.
Inquire at Francis & Milne's store.
In the Mining Field
Christina lake mining properties
are.rapidly coming to the front,
and wi|l, in the opinion of conservative mining men of experience,
rank well in the list of profitable
mines in Yale district. For some
little time past negotiations have
heen going on for the purchase of a
controlling interest in the Victoria
group of claims,, owned by D. C.
Beach and others, located at English Point. .A strong Spokane
syndicate, represented by P. E.
Starkey, of that city, has at last
obtained a majority interest,, the
deal having been closed this week..
The transaction is for cash, and is
on the basis of $25;O0O for' the
four claims. The interests acquired
are those of Jack O'Brien, R. 0.
Cramer and Jerry SpeHiua'n.*
The property is located on the
lak��% and the four claims are together^ forming a Solid 3000. feet
square; Both the C. & W. railway
and the wagon ro'ad traverse the
property, so that transportation
charges will be light. The claims
are the Victoria, Evening Star,
Copperr Mountain and., Copper
Wondeiv .The Victoria has a magnificent showing, the sulphide ore
from/the 20-foot ledge assaying
$36,127 and $29, respectively, the
values being gold and copper.
Mr. Starkey informed a Record
representative that work would be
started,at once, Mr. Beach being in
charge.' A tunnel will be driven
to strike the vein at a considerable
depth, and Mr. Starkey says be u*
prepared to spend $20,QOO,' iri
development. As many rnCn as
can be worked to advantage will
be put on without delay and the
development pushed.
Mr. Starkey is a mining mart of
experience and has gone into-the
Victoria only after a most careful
examination 'oi the property. He
was one of the original locators of
the famous Ruth mirie in the Slo-,
can, and sold out to good advantage. That property is making its
present owners wealthy.
This transaction means a great
deal for the Christina lake section.
With the utmost faith on the part
of prospectors, they have heretofore
been hampered by lack of capital.
Investors are now taking hold, and
the vest riches of the district will
gradually be shown up.
Burnt Basin.
Thos. G. Elgie, manager of the
St George Development Co., Ltd.,
has been in the city this ' week,
having come down from the Burnt
Basin, where his company has just
begun work on the Pleasures of
Hope claim, one of the earliest
locations in the Basin. Mr. Elgie
is most enthusiastic ahout the outlook for Burnt Basin properties,
and believes the locality will produce some surprises to the outside
world this summer. He says the
ores are not all free milling, but
that there is an abundance of base
ores. He has a force of several
men on his property, and is prepared to spend the season in development work.
Another promising Burnt Basin
group has passed into the hands of
a company thai will, actively work
it this season. This iB the Mystery
group, owned by Chas. Willarson
and Pete Johnson. The property
has been acquired by the Mystery
Gold Mining & Milling Co., Ltd.,
with a capitalof $500,000, in two
million 2ocent shares. The chief
-promoters of the flotation are E.
Ni Ouimette and,J. A. Saucier,, of
Rossland. the same gentleman who
recently stocked the Ennismore,
also in the Burnt Basin. MessrB.
.Johnson arid Willarson have been
prospecting the Mystery to a considerable 'extent, and the property
is generally well spoken of.
; There is still considerable snow
in the Burnt Basin, but the several
outfits already in there are petting
work started in good ^hape.
Round About Caicade.
Frank Oliver,., !expert, of the
B A.C., came in from Rossland
last night, and goes to the Burnt
Basin today to inspect the Mother
A deal is on for the Susie, south
west of town, owned by Harry
Denton and others. Assays give
$42 in gold and copper, the latter
being 19 per cent.
Dave Good has returned from
doing assessment work on the
Roman Eagle, southeast of Cascade, and brought in some good
copper samples;
Parties, are starting out every
day on prospecting trips to the
Similkameen. This week the B.C.
Syndicate store outfitted E. Bryant,
to be gone till September. This
store has also decided to often a
branch in the Burnt Basin, with G.
T. Curtis in charge.
On the Vera Pansy, owned by D.
D. Ferguson and D. A. Darrow,
an extension of the Wigwam, they
also struck solid ore, and are doing
some development work. Fred
Grihi is interested in another claim
adjoining the Wigwam, which he
is opening up and has very good
surface showings.
There is <a good deal of development work going on around Cascade this spring. Geo. Cameron
and K. P. Matheson have run a
tunnel on the Paragon, one and'
one half miles east of this city, to
tap the ledge, which will takeahout
150 feet, more to reach. They are
in now 75 feet.
Capt. E. Kirk Greene and J. F.
Piggott, of Montreal, and C. F.
Clough.of Spokane, stopped Thursday in Casoade. The first two
were in the steamer City of Kingston disaster in Tacoma harbor, and
harely escaped with their lives.
They   are  interested   in Midway
townsite, and numerous mining
properties in the Boundary and
Republic camps.
Frank Bailey is Working with a
crew oil the Wigwam claim; also
due east of the city, where they
struck solid ore, of a low grade,
last week. They are driving a
tunnel on the ledge which iB a contact between a porphyry and diabase. Last fall they got surface
assays which went $25 in gold,
copper and silver. They have run
several cross-cuts on the surface,
and struck good ore in three different places on the claim.,
In the Districts.
i Development is to commence
shortly on the Republic group iri
Smith's camp. Over $10,000 has
already been spent on the claims.
The North Star, Golden Eagle
and Cairgorrri' claims, in Long Lake
camp, have been bonded from
Robert Wood and others by Mc-
intyre & McDonnell.
The Last Chance, in Skylark
camp, has just installed its 60
horse power boiler for hoisting and
pumping. The working shaft will
be sunk to the 150-foot level at
opce, and the force of workmen
increased. The property has two
ledges, carrying average values of
over $100 in gold and silver.
Keremoes, B. C, is coming to the
front as a copper-gold district, with
the Surprise going 21 per cent,
copper and $5 in gold, in a vein
which can be traced for 2,000 feet,
while the Dolphin has a large
ledge of copper gold ore, which
runs as high as 80 per cent, copper
and good gold values.
Mrs. Wm. Wolverton and children, left on Tuesday's stage for
a brief visit to friends in  Spokane.
Ira Black returned from Republic
and Julius Black from Spokane
this week. Ira has closed up his
Republic business.
Eli Levally and family returned
from Rossland Tuesday, and will-
hereafter make their home at Christina post-office, with the boys.
Bliick Jack has been prohibited
at Columbia, but nothing is prohibited at Greenwood in this line,
according to the tales of travellers.
The "International Flyer" has
reached Cascade this week nearly
every day ahead of the old stage
line.* Both are now making good
The first election for mayor and
six aldermen for Columbia is to
be held May 25th, nominations
being on May 18. Jas. K. Dunlop
is the returning officer.
One of the publishers of the
Record received the sad intelligence
this week of the death of his
brother, Chas, B. Willcox. at Mt.
Vernon, N. Y., due to acute pneumonia.   He was 47 years of age.
Greenwood hotel keepers have
petitioned the council to grant no
more saloon or hotel licenses in
that city, and express themselves
willing to pay a higher license
themselves if this is done. THE CASCADE RECORD
Hay 8,1880
And They Will Soon Be Laid Over the
Telegraph Construction Force Is Keeping Up
With the Steel Ouf-Both to be
In Cascade by July I.
J. W. Stewart has been to both
Greenwood and Brooklyn this
week, in his capacity of superintendent of construction of the new
Rohson-Peuticton branch of the
C. P. R. To a Record representative he stated that the track was
now laid to the switchback over
the mountain, four miles back of
Brooklyn, some twenty-f.>ur miles
from Robson. In fact the work of
clearing out the slides on the
switchback was now completed and
the track-laying gang was now at
work on that part of the road.
There are six legs on each side of
this switchback,requiring about 11
miles of track.
From the tunnel to Eholt summit the grading is now completed,
with the exception of a couple of
miles of light work near Grand
Forks, which will be done long
before the steel gets to that point.
Bridge building is now an all-
absorbing feature of the work, and
it is going on with redoubled
energy. As an example of speed,
Mr. Stewart states that the trestle
over Pup creek, requiring between
350,000 and 400,000 feet of timber,
was put up in exactly eight days.
In a few days the big bridge over
Porcupine creek will he done. Two
gangs are now at Gladstone on the
bridge work, and the force on the
1000-foot bridge over Kettle river
at Cascade has been increased this
week. Mr. Stewart is still firm in
his belief that the last day of June
will see the track-layers in sight of
Cascade, at the Kettle river.
Work has begun on two of the
proposed branches to the mining
camps, one to Deadwood camp and
the other to Greenwood camp. Just
now little can he done but the
slashing of the right of way, but
active grading will begin shortly.
The Deadwood camp spur of five
miles will he built by the main
firm of contractors, while the
Greenwood camp branch will he
sublet, as usual, It is the intention of the C. P. R. to be ready to
haul ores as soon as the main line
is completed, so no time is likely
to be lost in completing the various
branches intended to be built this
Many rumors have been afloat
for several weeks in regard to the
contract of McLean Rros. at the
3000-foot tunnel, some of which
were to the effect that they would
throw up the work. As a matter
of fact this firm has had a good
deal of hard luck so far on this
tunnel contract, which rumor has
it is at the rate of $47 per foot.
Much soft material was encountered, and lack of water to snpplv
the air compressors was also responsible for much delay. However, the work has never stopped,
and Mr. Stewart savs it will continue steadily till the long bore iB
done. The unavoidable delay in
the tunnel work will not keep back
the completion of the line for traffic
as the switchback will be used
Burns & Jordan were awarded a
contract this week for a piece of
work near Greenwood, and are
establishing a camp there.
McLean Bros, of tunnel fame,
also have a contract on the Northern Pacific extension, near Lewis-
ton, and Sam and Jim McLean are
down there looking after it.
In a few days more Lynch &
Earle, of the Cascade Sawmill Co.,
will have completed their contract
for the timber for the big bridge
east of town.
McLean Bros, are advertising for
men to work in the tunnel at from
$2 25 to $3.00 per day.
Olaf Olson this week broke camp
at the site of the 400-foot tunnel,
which he has just finished a few
miles above Gladstone. Pat Welsh
is now putting the finishing touches
on his work near Niagara.
As fast as the rails are laid on
the new line the telegraph wires in
connection are being strung. The
poles for most of the line are now
lying at Genelle's mill at West
Robson, and will be distributed
and set almost concurrently with
the steel laying. It is therefore
safe to say that in about eight
weeks' time Cascade will have connection with the outside world by
telegraph. Before that time also
the new telephone line from Bossburg should be working to Cascade
and beyond.
On account of the bad condition
of the Brooklyn wagon road just
now, Mail Carrier Corte delivers
the mail on this route on horse-
Last Monday the people of Columbia were notified that the provincial government had granted
their application to incorporate,
whereat there was no small amount
of jollification.
Office Supplies a Specialty,
Club Hotel
A good meal, a good room,
or a good drink can be had
at the Club Hotel.
Have Now Received and Opened Out Large Quantities of
New Spring Goods
Including Light Underwear, Silk and Lisle Hose, Silk, Wool
and Velvet Dress Pieces, Corsets, Laces, Gloves and
Dressmaking Supplies. ALL OUR WINTER GOODS
Our Hardware, Grocery, Drug and
Stationery Stock
Is by far the Largest in Town and Prices the LOWEST.
Assay Office and Long Distance 'Phone.
The British Columbia Mercantile
and Mining Syndicate, Limited.
For Rent.
At English Point, Christina Lake, a well built,
partly furnished, el: ht room hotel with saloon
also stabling.   Apply at Record Office,
i h. mat on
Mining and
Collections Made and
Commissions of All
Kinds  Executed....
Time Checks Cashed.
Fire Insurance Agency
Wagon repairing and general
hlacksmithing promptly
attended   to.
Blanchard   &   Moore
2nd Avenue, Cascade.
George K. Stocker, Agent.
The Record Job Office is
fully prepared to supply
everything in the line of
Office Stationery.
Neat, Clean, Attractive
Printing. That is the
kind you want, the kind
that pays and the kind
we do.
Record Bldg., Cascade, B. C 1
May 8.1809
Matter ol Interest to all Hotel Keepers of
Cascade and Vicinity.
The new provincial law governing liquor licenses is now in force,
and as it will prove of particular
interest to hotel keepers of Cascade
and vicinity, it may he well to
know that the act applies to all
those portions of the province not
included within any municipality.
These portions of the province will
be divided into " license districts,"
and two commissioners will he
appointed for each district, who
will constitute a Board of License
Commissioners. These officers will
he appointed yearly, and the office
will he an honorary one, with no
remuneration except when special
meetings of the hoard are held.
Regular meetings of the hoard will
he held twice yearly, on the 15th
of June and the 15th of December.
The Act provides for license inspectors and all provincial constables can act in such capacity.
Applications for a license will
have to he made and altfeos sent
to the finance minister before the
15th of May and the 15th of November (as the case may be). Upon
receipt of these the finance minister will issue receipts and instruct
the chief inspector re the applications. The application will have
to be advertised in a local paper.
Provision is made for the amount
of accommodation that must be
provided re the premises to be
licensed, and before any license is
issued the person appjying for the
same will have to enter into a bond
to Her Majesty in the sum of $250
with two good securities, for the
proper.conductof the business.
The Act also provides for the
cancellation of a license, as Sec. 54
" The commissioners shall at any
time cancel any licence upon proof
that the  conditions necessarv t<
the granting of such licence do not
exist, and also incase it be shown
that the licences is not keeping his
premises in accordance with the
provisions of this Act and any
rules and regulations made thereunder."
Sec. 68. " Every hotel-keeper
having a licence to sell liquor, refusing, at a reasonable rate, either
personally or through any one ac;-
ingon his behalf, except for some
valid reason, to supply lodging,
meals or accommodation to travellers, shall, for each offence, be
liable to a penalty of twenty dollars and, in default of payment,
one month's imprisonment.
Keep an eye on the man who
cusses newspapers, says an exchange. The chances are that he
it< crooked and is only making a
protection play for feiir his sins
will be reported in cold type. Men
of brains and good standing always
have a good word for the press, the
power that makes great men
greater, and assi.ts in reducing the
rascal to the level of his conduct.
Of course all fools are exceptions
to this rule.
For a good square meal and a
nice clean room, stop at the Montana hotel, Cascade.
(Graduate of HcGIll University.)
Cascade, B. C.
Pnysician and Surgeon,
tfte gospjtal,
OFFICK H< UR��, 9 to 11 a.m. and 2 to4 p.m.
��� ���-���-���-���-
This establishment is headquarters for Potatoes in this
locality. They are the best
the markets afford and our
prices are right.
Lettuce, Onions and other
fresh Vegetables on the way.
Dry and Green Wood.
We have en route a consignment of British and American Flags for decoration purposes.
Bring us your orders for
Flags, and decorate on the
Queen's Birthday.
Hay, Grain and Feed.
Correspondence Solicited and Quotations Promptly Furnished.   We can save you money on your Feed bills.
Office and Warehouses,       -        CASCADE, B. C.
Cor. of Main Street and First
Avenue [centre of town] ...
European Plan.     CASCADE, B. C.
ljjKlsr* Always Open. *=&$
The Most
Popular Hotel
in the Entire
- I
Favorite Stopping Place for
Mining Men
Stocked Bar
in connection.
Grand   Central   Hotel
Mcdonald & flood, props.
Liquid Refreshments of All Kinds
and in the Choicest Qualities. ...
First Class Sample Rooms in Connection.
$0' This House is the Favorite Resort for Railway Men,
��� ���*-���-���
|P. BURNS & CO.,
fresl] anb Cweb ^eats,
\fis\j anb Oysters, giue anb ftresseb poultry
1ST Ments delivered flt Mines Free of Charge,
Mall Orders Promptly Attended to
Second Avenue, CASCADE CITY.
California Wine Co
Ofpice and Warehouse, NELSON, B.C.
We have Just Received 500,000 Choice Cigars, and are Prepared to Fill
Orders on the Shortest Notice.
| ��iquors, ^)ines anb (j��ars-
A specialty made of Imported Goods. Glassware and bar
Supplies Always on Hand.    Sole Agents for
Pabst's Milwaukee Beer.
May 6. 189 J
Published on Saturdays at Cascade, II. C, by
WlUeoi & O'Reilly.
PnrYear       K.00
Six Months      1.8B
To Foreign Countries     S.nO
Advertising Rates Furnished on Application.
The Record Is on salu at tin following places:
.Simpson's Newstand      Rossland
Humphrey & Co Nelson
Thompson  Stationery Co ,  Nelson
Smith * McKae  ....Greenwood
H. A. King & Co  Greenwood
R. F. Petrie  Grand Forks
C. S. Morris  .; Columbia
John \\. Graham * Co Spokane, Wash.
Francis A Milne   Cascade
Thomas Walker   Cascade
G. T. Curtis Cascade
Cascade Drug Co   Cascade
Within the last week, Mr. S. R.
Almond, mining recorder at the
office at Grand Forks, has stated
that, in consequence of the large
amount of work entailed by reason
of the rapid development of the
Christina lake section, he had
much more labor to perform than
should be given to any one man ;
and further, that he understood
that arrangements were now being
made to open a recording office at
Cascade, which would greatly relieve him and also be a great accommodation to hundreds of mining men who now have the extra
25 miles to travel to reach the
recorder's office.
It is now universally conceded
by those who have looked into the
situation, that Cascade is the
logical point for the location of a
recording office,and that the greatest number of Christina lake mining men will be benefited by such
a move. The minister of mines
should investigate the matter and
make the change suggested at the
earliest possible moment.
& Larson are not philanthropists,
and do not pose as such. Hud I hey
secured supplies elsewhere, the cost
would have been from 20 to 40 per
cent greater.
All through, the argument of the
Tribune can lie easily punctured
with holes like the above. For
instance, the Record knows that
some of the sub-contractors were
Canadians, that supplies were purchased from outside the commissary
by the sub contractors, and that
printed matter was secured in
The next time theTribune scores
the C. P. R. they should try some
other argument, as this one is too
flimsy to be tenable for a moment
by any thinking man.
One of the best daily papers in
the Kootenays is the Nelson Tribune--ably edited, well printed
and newsy. But occasionally, in
its unrelenting warfare against the
C. P. R.���something like that of
Mr. Heinze's paper, the Rossland
Miner���the Tribune departs far
from the truth in order to make a
point. This was so in a recent
editorial on the firm of contractors
(Mann. Foley Bros. & Larson) now
building the Robson-Penticton
branch of theC.P.R.
In the first place, the assertion
was made that they were foreigners. How about Mr. Mann ? Then
follows the statement that " these
contractors do not purchase sup-,
plies in Canada." This also is
absolutely false in every particular.
The contractors do and have purchased nearly all their supplies in
Canada, and have never purchased
elsewhere if the goods could be had
in the Dominion. Over 85 per
cent., according to the figures of
the purchasing agent, were bought
from Canadian merchants. As a
matter of fact, Mann, Foley Bros.
From the superficial examination givt-n to mining properties in
the district known as the Burnt
Basin last year, it was generally
supposed that this was a free milling camp. Free gold was found on
nearly every claim staked, aid
thus the popular belief that it was
generally free milling.
Further exploitation, however,
has shown theexistence of imiuem-e
ledges of base ore on many of the
properties in the Burnt Basin, a
fact which seems to please the mining experts who have recommended
and taken hold of properties in
that locality for development. A
gentleman well qualified to speak,;
recently stated that he believed the
Burnt Baffin would undoubtedly
prove to be one of the richest
mining sections of Southern British
Columbia���and he has been over
it thoroughly from the Rockies to
the Cascades. This opinion is
based largely on the fact, which he
asserts, that base ores abound there
in vast quantities.
Another feature that is now encouraging to no slight extent the
development going on in the Burnt
Basin, is its proximity to the site
of the smelting works to be erected
in Cascade. A switchback could
be run from the railway to the
Basin easily, and the transportation charges would be small. Christina lake properties have been
kept back a good many years by
lack of transportation and smelting
facilities, but the section will soon
he in a position to show its rich
possibilities to the world at the
minimum of expense.
Premier Laurier has definitely
announced, as anticipated, that a
redistribution bill will be presented
to the Dominion parliament at
this session. British Columbia
should have more representatives
in that body. For the year ending
June 30, 1898, this province contributed over $3,000,000 to the
revenues of the Dominion. Surely
we are entitled to liberal treatment
at the hands of a liberal government.
Not a single smelter has been
built this week iu the Kettle river
or Boundary Teek country. Is the
industry dying out ?
The present editor of the Rossland Miner, it is said, was hired to
Write against the C. P. R. His
salary should be doubled.
Theeditorof the Republic Record
disclaims any foundation for the
rumor that he is a millionaire, or
even likely to be: What a cruel
report to get spread abroad.
The Burnt Basin is steadily
growing in popularity as a mining
field of promising investment. With
free and base ores in practically
unlimited amounts, it will be heard
from most favorably.
Last Monday the water power of
Kettle river at Cascade waB relocated by the Cascade townsite
proprietors, who originally owned
this immense power. The town-
site people decline to be interviewed
on the subject.
Trusts are getting to be quite the
correct thing in many lines. The
latest is a peanut trust. The next
is likely to he a cabbage or spud
trust, or perhaps one for manufacturing plug-hats for the South Sea
islanders. There is no telling
where the thing may end.
The comment is almost universal
that tbe Iocs of life and property
occurring at Wardner, Idaho, last
week, from labor troubles, would
not have happened in British Columbia. The laws of the states, as
a rule, are good, bin their enforcement is too often exceedingly lax.
Wholesale arrests are now being
made by U. S. troops at Wardner.
At Vancouver the Deadman's
island tangle has had another knot
tied in it by the Provincial government stepping in and claiming
title as against the federal government or the city of Vancouver.
This places Joe Martin in a tight
place, as he is legal adviser for
both the provincial government
and the mill company trying to
secure a lease of the island. The
question now arises, will Joe try to
ride two horses at once.
The announcement that the
West Kootenay Light and Power
Co., of Bonnington Falls, has
definitely decided to extend its
electric lines into the Boundary,
should be good news to mine
owners hereabouts. Machines have
been purchased and by Novemher
of this year the line will be in
working order. This is another
indication of (he faith that capital
has in the mineral wealth of this
section. The query is, why the
present power company at Cascade
does not pre-empt the field while
it has the opportunity.
Drugs, Chemicals,
School Books,
Wall Paper,
Paints, Oils, &c.
... go to ..."
The most complete and assorted stock in the Boundary
country. Mail orders promptly attended to. Prescription
department is in charge of a
graduate iu pharmacy.
For Sale.
Offers for the purchase of Lot 8, Hlook 5, First
Avenue South, Cascade City, are required hy
Real Estate Agents, Victoria, H.C.
[lank of Montreal cheque, Nelson, cheque No.
84,8(10, Issued by Mann,Foley Bros, As Larson in
February lo J. Adams, for the amount of |87.60.
Was lost In Casoade on April 18th. Finder will
please leave at Record office.
House for Sale or Bent.
C( zy two room house, in central location, for
sale at a bnrgain, or will rent to the right parties.
Apply at Recor   office.
The Columbia and Western Railway Company
will apply to the Parliament of ( auada at its
next session for an act giving to the Company
authority to issue first mortgage bonds to be. a
charge on its railway, including its main line and
branches, not exceeding thirty-five thousand
��� ollars per mile thereof, and for other purposes
* H. Campkll (UWALD,'
Montreal, March 7.1899.
Certificate of Improvements.
KlMokk and Cohydon mineral claims, sltua'e
In the Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale
here located:���On Shamrock Mountain, south
slope, about two and a half utiles east of Christina
'lake notice that I, Smith Curtis, Free Miner's
Certificate No. 84039A for myself and as agent for
Frank Hutchinson, Free Miner's Certificate No.
81I7A and lor Frank Uu-e, Free Miner's Certificate No. 9863A, intend, sixty days from the dale
hereof, to apply to the Mining recorder for a
( ertifleate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a I rown (..rant of the above claim <
And further take notice that action, under sec
tion 87, must toe commenced before the issuance
of such Certificate of Improvements
Dated this Thirty first day of Decembe", 1898
Having removed our Jewei-
ery stock to the store adjoining Black's hotel, we now have
more commodious and roomy
quarters, and would invite our
friends to call.
Come and inspect our Jewelry and Watches. We can
quote you the right prices.
Is Your WateiTSick?
If so, bring it to us and
we will give it a dose that
is warranted to cure. We
are expert watch and
clock doctors, and the
timepiece has yet to be
made that we cannot benefit with our medicine.
Next door to Black's Hotel,
Cascade, B. C.
May 6. 1899
If it were not so' important to
every businesv man tin the'; Boundary country that he receive his
mail as promptly as possible, it is
fair to presume that the constant,
and well founded complaints on
account of the poor mail service
would become exceedingly tiresome.
But, it is extremely important to
all business interests. Here is a
sample of where a just "kick"
should come in. Last Tuesday,
evening not a single stage of the
several on the route, run by the
Columbia line, stopped at the Cascade post ollice. Two of them had
Cascade sacks. The first of these
drove hy the post-office at a canter,
passed the customs with the least
possible delay, and was well off for
the Forks before the driver he-
thought himself of the Cascade
sacks. Then meeting an unknown I
wayfarer, he was requested to bring
the mail to Postmaster Cameron.
The second lot of mail thatevening
was left at the stables, where Mr.
Cameron, by dint of searching,
succeeded in finding it the next
This sort of thing is growing exceedingly monotonous, coming in
one way or another so frequently.
When Inspector Dorman was in
Cascade last week the Record man
suggested that if the pay for carrying the mail was increased, as it
should be, it might result in a better service. His reply was to the
effect that the present contractors,
are receiving as much as the service they are giving is worth. This
is one way of whipping the devil
around the stump, hut in the pres
ent case the dear public is the
sufferer. The munificent sum of
$20 per week for carrying the mail
from Bossburg to Grand Forks and
return, is indeed a great inducement���if one does not care about
the truth. An official of the new
stage line asserts that be Was
offered the mail contract, but
declined it with thanks at the present figures. This little fact is
significent of itself.
Christina lake.jn addition to the
mineral possibilities existing in
the rock-ribbed hills, on either side,
is destined to hecoive a popular
summer resort for the people of
the entire Boundary country. Being
some twenty miles in length, with
the best possible facilities for fishing, boating and bathing, it offers
attractions hard to equal in this
part of southern British Columbia.
Already, the proximity of Cascade
to this beautiful shimmering sheet
of water, has been a large factor in
the minds of many to make a
decision to stop in Cascade. Should
the intention of the owners of the
steam yacht, Myrtle B., he carried
o'.ut, of running the lioat down
Christina creek to the town, it
would bring the lake that much
nearer. The chief obstacle now in
the way of doing this is the bridge
erected,across the creek by H. L.r
Moody last fall. -That gentleman
informs the Record that he is willing to allow those interested to
raise the bridge, hut declines to do
bo himself, notwithstanding the
fact that Christina creek has heen
demonstrated to he a navigable
A town almost anywhere in the,
weBt can be judge&'hy its local
newspaper. The Record is willing
to compare Cascade, in this respect,
with any town in the province. Its
business men are up-to-date and
broadminded in their views, and
believe that a good paper iB a
good thing for a town, and show
their faith hy supporting it. In
Cascade there are but few business
houses of consequence not represented in these columns, and we
believe they will be found there
before long. The Record is working day and night for the town
and the people of the town, and
the kind words that are received
continually by its publishers show
that the work is appreciated.
The letter published in another
column from the city clerk of
Grand Forks, accepting,.oh behalf
of the city council of that live
town, the invitation extended to be
present and take part in. the
Queen's birthday celebration in
Cascade, shows that our friends at
the Forks can be depended on to
help (is to celebrate on the 24th
instant. Grand Forks Has a number of live sporting men, and if
their ball tossers can carry off the
base ball prize, or if they can
secure the purses hung up for the
horse races or drilling contest, or
for any of the other events, they
will be none the less welcome.
Come along, good people, and bring
your " sisters and your cousins and
your aunts." ���
A sad ending to a most checkered career was that of K. ff. Bell-
airs, who was last week adjudged
insane in Spokane ami sent to the^
'Medical Lake asylum. Hi" recent
falling from a second-story window
in that city was not fatal, but
served to call attention to his
unheard of eccentricities. His
weekly, the Rossland Times, was
read largely as one would read
Puck or Judge.-*, although Bellairs
himself was serious in his bombastic and conceited claims of acquaintanceship with princes, rulers
and potentates, from Lord Salisbury
to the Emperor of China.
Asuyers Mast be Licenced.
The minister of mines, in accordance with section 12 of the Bureau
of Mines Act, has issued notice that
the examination of assayers, who
are practising their profession in
British Columbia, and for those
desirous of securing, a certificate
will be held in Victoria on Mav
Uth and November 20th, the
entrance fee being $10 and the certificate fee $15. Examinations will
cover the following subjects:
Sampling ; qualitative determination,' quantitative determination,
assaying bullion, coal, ores and
furnace products, the latter inclnd-
rng both fire arid wet assays. The
department will make no charge
for use of chemicals or apparatus,
hut all breakages or unnecessary
Iobs must he made good. In his
discretion, the minister of mines
may authorize the holding of such
examinations in other parts of the
province. After the 1st day of
March, .1901, only those holding
government certificates will he allowed to act as assayers in the province, under penalty, as provided
hy the aot.
Church Service
Divine service will be conducted by Rev. Joseph
McCoy, M. A. tomorrow (Sunday) at 11 a.m. and
7:80 p.m., Standard Time; In the school-house,
Sabbath school at 2:80 p.m. In the same place.
All ar�� cordially Invited to atttnd.
Bossburg, Republic^ Greenwood, Grand Forks and all Boundary Points. \Ve sell Through Tickets to all points. We
Always Leave and Arrive "on Time."
Leave Cascade for Bossburg, 5.30 a. m.
Leave Cascade for Grand Forks, 7.00 p. m.
Francis & Milne, Agents,
M. & R. Transportation & Express Co. Cascade.
Plant Drawn and Estlmatei
Doors, Sash and all
Kinds of Glass.
If You. Want a .....!
Cut in the Latest Style, Trimmed With the Best of Materials, and Made Right
Here in Cascade, Call on
^MJercljant tailor,
First Avenue,    -    Cascade, B. C.
Cleaning and Repairing Promptly and Neatly Done.  With an Experience
of Many Years in the Business, can Guarantee Satisfaction.
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f+ ^^ np^\ JOHN LYNGHOLM, First Ave.,
V^| ^^J I ^^J Cascade, if you require anything
in the line of Gents' Furnishings, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers,
Hats, Caps or Underwear. When going into the hills get
outfit from him and you
can easily follow the trail
Columbia Hotel
J. A. MoMASTER & CO., Props;
FirstAvknuk. CASCADE, B.C.
We can quote you prices that will
interest you, if you will give us a
chance, on the following lines:    .
Wall Paper
and the Sundry Lines handled by an
up-to-date Drug and Stationery house.
Our address:
Canada Drag & Book Co.,Ud.
Bread, Cake
es and Pa&
'   trV^^Ajll Kinds Furn-
"   isn|<j. on Short-
is}: Notice*."'..    .
Goods delivered to any part of
..���...;.������-���"���:-^the city;-,,-,
Next doorto^he   ;
B. C. Restaurant,
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Mayo, IMS
Sub-Committees arc Oettlng Their Work la
Oood Shape.
The following letter from the
city clerk of Grand Forks, received
this week, shows that a good delegation will he in Cascade on the
24th'to take part in the celebration :
Grand Forks, April 24,1899.
Paul Rochussen,
PreB. Celebration Committee,
Cascade, B C.
Dear Sir,���I am instructed by
the city council to acknowledge the
receipt of a resolution passed by
the citizens of your town, which
resolution tendered to the city
council an invitation to be present
at Cascade at the celebration to be
held on the 24th of May next.
In reply I am instructed to accept the kind invitation of the
citizens of Cascade, and to convey
to the citizens of Cascade, through
you, the best wishes of this city
council of Grand Forks.
Yours truly,
J. K. Johnson,
City Clerk.
During the week the mammoth
chromatic posters, announcing the
celebration, were distributed from
Brooklyn to Greenwood, and from
Republic to Bossburg. Thecountry
roundabout is therefore well advertised in that way.
Francis & Milne received some
fresh rhubarb, onions, radish, etc.,
today, right from the gardens.
The C. P. R. Columbia river
route is now in use again.
Organization of the new Presbyterian church is expected Monday.
An election for school trustees if
taking place in Cascade this afternoon. Messrs Rochussen, Ferguson and McRae will probably be
The townsite of Eholt is being
cleared and will soon be surveyed
and platted and lots placed on the
market. The location is favorably
spoken of.
The railway contractors are
moving the storehouse now located
at Brooklyn to West Robson, near
Genelle's mill, where the track-
laying began.
Postmaster Cameron has begun
work on the new building on First
Avenue to be used as a post-office
in a week or two. The new telephone office will also be located
The steamer Myrtle B., is now
making trips or. Christina, and
looks as fresh as a young girl in a
new dress. On Sundays she will
leave Moody's landing at 10 a.m.
for the upper end of the lake.
G. H. Hull, who has been for a
number of years deputy in the
Rossland post office, has received
the appointment as postmaster at
Grand Forks and entered upon his
duties. He comes to the Forks
with the best wishes of many
Green Onions
Horse Radish
Green Apples
Just received today,
fresh from garden.. .
Opposite the Custom llonsu,
Hutchins &
Are now located in Bossburg
with ten four-horse teams, and
are prepared to deliver freight
in Cascade, Grand Forks and
Greenwood on SHORT NOTICE.
Orders received hy Telephone,
and prompt delivery guaranteed.
The Steamer
Myrtle B.
Is now ready for freight and
passenger traffic on Christina
Lake. Newly painted and refitted. . Apply at LeValley's.
Is still the place to go to when
you want Clothing bargains.
Our goods come direct
from the makers, thereby placing us in a position to sell at the best
possible advantage.
We can fit you out in
almost any -kind of
wear for men or boys
at prices you will find
Boots and Shoes, Hats
and Caps, Suits, Jumpers
and Overalls, Socks, Underwear, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We have a few snaps in odds
and ends in Groceries. Come
before they're all gone.
Opposite P. 0., Cascade, B.C.
The coming Commercial, Industrial and Mining Centre of Bast Tale.
The Gateway City
Of the Kettle River, Boundary
Creek and Christina Lake Countries.
A Magnificent Water Power of 20,000 Horse Power.
The center of
a marvellously
A most promising opportunity for business
locations and realty investments.
A most advantageous smelter
location and railroad center. One
mile from Christina Lake, the
Great Pleasure
For further
price of lots,
etc., address,
GEO. K. STOCKER, Townsite Agent, Cascade, B. C.      Or L. A. HAMILTON, Land Com. C. P. R., Winnipeg, Man. 1'
m��j��, isee
He Went Bear Huntlaf But Brain Toraed
the Tsblee. .
i Last Sunday afternoon Stanley
Mayall, with Mesvrs. Palmer and
Ellis, also of the B. C. Syndicate
store, started on a bear hunt, crossing the river on the new railway
bridge, and going down as far as
; the stttid spit. Here they separated,
Mr. Mayall going farther up the
hill.   Suddenly he was confronted
; by not one but three bears, and,
began to smile with complacency
. at thoughts of the three pelts he
w< uld show as trophies, for he was,
armed with a Colt's magazine rifle.
He killed one and waited till another got within a few paces, to
make assurance doubly sure, when,
horror of horrors, not a cartridge
did he have left in his rifle.
Mr. Mayall has been pretty
much all over the world, among
the jungles of Africa and the wilt]
men of Australia, but' he asserts-^
anfl tie oii;gh,t-to rkftp'wr**tbatMn,eyer'j
in h��fl wide expetiencft with-deni-j
zens of the'forest,"did' he think so;
fast or act so quick. . Mr. Bruin'
was coming at him at what seemed
like lightning speed, s'p the re-i
doubtable manager of the English
store stood not on the, order of his,
going, but made up the nearest
tree, leaving his rifle for the bears.
After a while the bears, being
foiled, went away, and, he came
home. <"'���'
Mr. Mayall now has a bearskin
on exhibition, and smiles grimly
when he relates the story of the
bear-man hunt. He states that he
expects to secure the hides of the
other two yet, an4ihue already?
made a trip for that purpose t$ the
same locality.. '!    $M$ffi&!iftti. .,
'    IN AND AROUND CASCADE.     '   ?
Louis K. Boissonault, U. 8. customs officer at .Nelson,...Wash., was
in Cascade last Mtnday.
Mrs. R. 3,. Porter and niece, Miss
Sadie Lamey, arrived in Cascade
Monday evening and are occupying
ths new cottage recently built for
the use of the family.   .
J. C. Carruthers, of Turner,
Beeton & Co., Nelson, was in town
Tuesday, returning from a business
tripthrough-the Boundary country.
| T^^ife;jthd:jntant child of F.
u ^inclair,<,pne'of Cascade's dblig-
"  on
jig Icustoms^ (officials, arrived c
ijuenday to pake their home' i
thef^tewajTCity.;;,,... . ?, '''.��� ��   ...'������';.
Father Palmer} of Trail; passed
through town Monday, en route to
Camp McKinney. He will return
next week, and hopes to be able to
hold) Catholic services here.
Republic is to Have electric lights
and a city water system shortly.
A;Court''horjisfl''for the new county
of; Ferry is to be built there at
ortce. A telegraph office was opened
there last. Saturday. ,
iP.IF. G'odenrath, of the Spokes-
man'Reyiew, was in town Monday
and secured a.number of excellent
phijotitigrVphff' of, Cascade and
vi(fii1ity, which will,appear in the
forthcoming' ftinihgyDoirtk'. Cascade
will Kewrftteni up,wb the, Gateway.
City in that puhlicatioh.
In the last issue of the British
Columbia Gazette-is printeda.com-
plete list of the-provincial land
surveyors. There are 135 of them:
F. Wollaston and C. E. Coryell,
Grand Forks ; C. M. Shaw and S.
M. Johnson, C. H. Ellacptt and F.
W.; Groves, Greenwood; T. M.
Kirby, Midway.
W. H. Plummer, manager and
secretary of the new Bossburg and
Grand Forks stage line, spent last
Sunday in Cascade, perfecting arrangements for local, accommodations by- appointing Francis &
Milne as agents for the company.
A double shift is working on the
Young America mine, near Boss-
burg, and everything is operating
nmoothly. The concentrator iu
workings satisfactorily, and can
handle 40 tons daily. The new
tunnel, which is being driven to
catch the main ore body at a lower
depth, for the purpose of creating
more sloping ground, is going in
at the rate of eight feet a day.
This Is Everyday Hone Sense.
" Every line!in a newspaper,,''
says an exchange, "costs somel
thing. If it is for the Kenefit of an1
individiu\l iifhott'd'he paid for, I|
the grocer- were asked to contribute
groceries to one whp^as absolutely
unable to piy for them, hewould!
refuse. The proprietor of a hews-!
paper must pay for all the free advertising if the beneficiary does;
not, and yet it is one of the hard-J
est things to be learned by many)
that a newspaper has space in its;
columns to rent,and must rent to
live. To give away or rent at anything less than living rates would
he as certainly fatal as for a landlord to furnish rent free."
.... C. H. Thomas, Prop. ...
The Original and Oldest Hotel in this part of thi
district, i Headquarters for Contractors', Mining Men
and Travellers,
Well Stocked Bar in Connection.
Cascade City. BRrTisH Colombia.
The E. G. Thomason & Co., Sawmill
Rough and Dressed Luniber, Lath,
;;; ^Shingles, Mouldings, Etc
C. S. Morris, Mgr.
Fred Whitaker, Sec'y and Treas.
Spokane Falls &
Northern System.
. Nelson A d WlSlieppd llj. Co.
o^Mioiinin Umu^
The direct and only All-Rail Route'
between  the   Kootenay  District
���AND ALL���
British Columbia Points,
Pauitic C'hst Points,  '
Puget Sound Points,
Eastern Canada and United States.'
ie Go
F. Roqkks, General Sup't.
���Connectn at Spokane with���
'���',������"��� 0. R  R & NAV; CO.
Maps furnished, tickets sold and information
given by local and connecting line ticket agents. .
Passengers forfKettle Rive;'and Boundary
creek conneot at Marcus and Bossburg with
s'.ages daily. ; .��'
j     )      'C. G. DIXON/G. P. &T. A.,
V , I   ' ..v,,'     Spokane, Wash.
v Route; to the Cohki, Chioa.Japan
and Australia, and to all Eastern
and European points.
Tickets^ issued, through and bag-,
gage checRed through tn destination.   Au-T ; '.-)   "",��.'".   '<.;���,'.;   .',,;'������
Nelson, B.C.
Vancouver.B C.
,,     Daily from Bdssburg a^id flfercus to Cascade,
* Graira   Forks,   Colutfrbia,  Greenwood   City,
Anaconda, Boundary Falls, Midway, and All
Points on Colville Reservation.
Stage leaves Marcus on  arrival  of Northbound  Train.   Passengers
from Kootenay points make connections at Boshhurg going and coming.
Corner First Ave. and Main St., Cascade City* B. C. *
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This New Hotel is now opened and prepared for business,
You are cordially invited to call and see us. It matters
not whether your pockets are full or empty; drop in anyway.
Of coursV, we have everything needful in the liquid line.
���\  / /    x <^^G. DEVON, Prop.
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.',' ?���
:   ���
Situated at the new town of Gladstone, near the Burnt
Basin Mining Region and only 18 miles from Cascade; 10
'miles from Christina Lake. One of the hest hotel buildings between Cascade and Brooklyn. Good Livery Stable
>in connection,   .'���    "'    >
'    W'f'        % /'   V '      JOHN DORSEY, Proprietor.
Boundary Country can be had in a concise and readable form
by reading the Cascade Record every week. Send along your
two dollar bill and keep posted on the greatest mining district
in British Columbia.   Address, The Record, Cascade,B.C. 8
May 8, IMS
Eailroad Headquarters Hotel.
When Visiting the Gateway City on Railroad, Mining or
Smelter Business, You are Cordially Invited to
Make Your Home Here. You will be Treated Right.
Our Bar is One of the Features of this Establishment. It
is Supplied with an Almost Endless Variety of the
Choicest Whiskies, Ales, Wines, Beers and Cigars.
A large stock of Rough
and Dressed Lumber.
Laths, Shingles, flouldings, Etc
Pure Goods for Medici- I
nal Use
t First Avenue
O V/G5CQ0C,  JQ. \^��    Oscar Stenstrom, Mgr.
tfte IJuhon $tore,
Wholesale Dealers in
>Fine lines, Liquors and (Jip<
All Kinds of General Men's Furnishings at Retail.
Office and Warehouse,
Commercial Hotel
The Largest and Most Popular Hotel in the city
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
First Ave. and Main St.,   -   CASCADE, B. C.
C����I l^[ Fj '���' ���      >       4 For the best since
I        11    A \mamk s^^^m^^P^ 1     the world began
r     R I IA   I   1 iH QSk I The Record, Cascade, B.C.
Cranbrook is organizing an
athletic association.
Over 200 pupils are enrolled in
the Revelstoke schools.
The town of Ymir has decided to
celebrate the Queen's birthday.
Vancouver is to have a $22,000
drill hall for her amateur soldiers.
According to the Fernie Free
Press, there are at least 20 places
in that town' illicitly selling liquor.
It is said that a daily passenger
service is to be instituted on the
Crow's Nest Pass line on June 1st.
The Canadian Institute of Mining Engineers has definitely decided to visit British Columbia
this fall.
The Tribune says that every lot
in Nelson is assessed for more than
it could be sold for under the
A proposition is being laid before
the city council of Vernon by L.
McQuarrie for putting in a system
of water Works.
Cutting out of right of way and
getting out bridge timbers have
begun in earnest on the Lardo
branch of the C. P R.
The Chinese Joss house at Kam-
loops was destroyed by fire recently.
The heathens and their gods had a
warm time that night.
The  Indian, Casimir,  tried at
Kamloops  for  murdering  Philip
Valker, a few weeks ago, was found
'lty and sentenced to be hanged
'���3 2nd.
The Nelson & Bedlington, now
under construction, has secured
running powers over the Crow's
Nest Pass railway from Creston to
A miners' union has been formed
by the miners employed at the
Silver King mine, near Nelson. It
is understood that 120 of the
miners have become members of
the organization.
Donald Perrier, who murdered a
woman at New Westminster recently, has heen sentenced to be
hanged on May 10th. The chief
justice was visibly affected in pronouncing sentence.
The customs returns for the port
of Rossland for the month of April,
were as follows : Imports, $54,606 ;
exports, $288,817. For the same
month a year ago they< were $35,-
221 and $103,131, respectively.
S.E. DeRackin, formerly of the
Kaslo News, is now sai,d to be on
the high road to prosperity as proprietor of the San Juan News,
inland of Porto Rico, for which he
has just purchased a new plant.
Palace ��i��ery #arn
Up to Date Livery.
Saddle Horses Furnished
We have a little story to
tell you about Brushes.
If you need anything in
this line, of almost any
kind, call around and
look over our stock.
Hair Brushes
Clothes "
Shaving "
Fibst Ave.,Cascade, B.C.
Sam Sing,
Laundry at rear of the Custom
House, First Ave.
Clothes called for and delivered.


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