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THE CASCADE RECORD
Vol. I.
CASCADE, B. C, JANUARY 14, 1899.
No. 10.
Contract Let For Round Timbers For
tlie Wator Power.
BARBER AND DANA SECURED IT
Will be Used in Constructing the 350-foot
Uam-Is the Equal of 500,000 Feet in
Board Measure.
Last Monday the contract for
cutting and delivering the round
timbers for the 350 foot dam now
being constructed just above the
cascades of the Kettle river, by the
Dominion Mining, Development
Agency Co., Ltd., was awarded to
E. M. Dana and David P. Barber
of Cascade.
Some 15 or 20 bids were put in
a couple of weeks since, after the
advertisement for same appeared
in the Record. The bids were sent
by Engineer Anderson to the office
of the company in Nelson, and
after due consideration it was decided to let the contract to Messrs,
Dana and Barber.
The contract is a large one and
calls for 60,000 lineal ieet \,\ round
timbers, or in the neighborhood of
500,000 feet, boiird measure. There
will be nearly 2000 of these timbers
all told, the lengths varying from
25 to 40 feet according to specifications. Mr. Dana, in an interview,
informed the Record man that it
would require'about all of the fir
and tamarack timber within a mile
and a half of the dam site to fill
the contract.
The contractors are well known
locally, having been residents of
the city for a considerable length
of time, and are amply able to
carry out the contract. The price
for the work is not given out. The
contractors expect to keep eight or
ten men busy for a couple of
months, and they have already be
gun preparations for carrying it
out.
In a Short Time
H. T. Wilgress, right-of-way
agent for the C. P. R. for the Boundary country, was in the city Monday on his return from Victoria.
Mr. Wilgress is the gentlemen who
first recommended Cascade City,
above all others in this section, i'is
a smelter site, and whose recommendation has been acted upon.
A Record representative asked him
last Monday how soon he expected
active operations would be started
on the construction of the smelter
plant here:
"Well," said he, "I understand
that it is likely to begin within a
very few weeks, now���just as soon
as the preliminaries can be gotten
out of the way."
H. L. Moody returned this week
from Toroda creek, on the Colville
reservation, where he staked out
one or two "kittens."
IN AND AROUND CASCADE.
A letter was actually received
from Nelson in four days time this
week !
Harvey Harris has arrived from
Greenwood to take charge of the
Cascade  branch of P. Burns & Co.
The printing plant for the Republic Miner, to be issued by John
R. Rei��vis, passed through Cascade
this week.
Next Tuesday evening a regular
meeting of the Cascade Taxpayer's
Association will be held at the town-
site office.
J. E. W. Thompson, of Fernie,
arrived in Cascade this week and
has accepted a position with Messrs.
Gaine & Roy, of the Yukon  Store.
A. H. Bremner, manager of the
Dominion Supply Co., left this
morning for Spokane, to visit his
family for a few days.
Ira Black will soon begin construction work on a cottage in the
rear of his hotel, to be occupied by
his family and that of his brother
Julius.
Archie Johnson, of the law firm
of Johnson & McDonald, of Nelson,
was in the city this week, returning from a trip through the Boundary country.
Sawyer Bros., formerly peddlers
of water in Cascade, have secured a
contract to haul the lumber for the
new $10,000 hotel to be put up at
Columbia.
G. W. Williams, of the Kettle
River Stage Line, took 10 horses
through to Republic this week.
He will hereafter use 4-horse teams
on that end of the line.
; Contractor Glaze of Midway, who
has been east since June, was in
Cascade on his return this week.
He was astonished at the growth of
the town in the last six months.
Chas. Van Ness, a well known
resident of Grand Forks, died there
on Thursday. His remains were
taken to Nelson yesterday by his
partner, Mr. Marks, for interment.
Pneumonia was the cause of death.
Cascade now exchanges registered mail with Rossland, this mail
heretofore going to Grand Forks
and thereby entailing much needless delay. All registered mail for
the south and east will be transmitted by the new route.
King Rees, who has been manager for P. Burns & Co. at Cascade,
will hereafter have charge of the
books of the company for both
Grand Forks and Cascade. He
leaves for the Forks and Greenwood
today with Mrs. Rees.
Officer Dinsmore sent word to
Officer Darraugh on Wednesday
that Frederick K. Hughes, held on
a charge of passing a bogus check
in Cascade, had been unable to get
bail and would be taken to the jail
at Midway.
H. S. Turner, formerly publisher
oftheDurfur (Oregon) Dispatch,
was in the, city Thursday, accompanied by A. W Sherwood from the
same place. They will look over
the district with the idea of starting a weekly paper
Contract Has been Let For the Paymaster's Office.
TO BE ESTABLISHED IN CASCADE
Thereafter All Sub-Contractors, Station Men
and Other Railroad Men Will Transact
It has been generally understood
in Cascade for some time that the
headquarters of Mann, Foley Bros.,
& Larson, the contractors for the
Robson-Penticton branch of the
Columbia & Western railway (C.
P. R.) now building through Cascade, would soon be moved to this
city. This was considered the logical outcome of the completion of
the work of the contractors on the
eastern end of the line.
Nothing tangible was known,
however, Until this week, when Mr.
Shepherd, in charge of the large
storehouse here, received orders to
erect an office building at once.
Accordingly he called for tenders,
of which there were quite a 11 urn
ber. ' The contract was awarded to
G. L. Woodard, A. E. Hitchcock,
A. J. McDonald and E. Hildebrand,
and is to be finished within ten
days. The building will be 24x36
feet in size and will accommodate
the contractors. Paymaster Woodman and Purchasing Agent McLeod and their assistants.
Mr. Shepherd, with Geo. K.
Stocker, selected a convenient location for the paymaster's new office,
which will be located just below
the brow of the rise on Main street,
east of the Commercial hotel. It
will be accessible from the storehouses and will also be convenient
for the large number of sub-contractors, station men and others
who must necessarily go there to
transact business.
Mr. Shepherd states that the removal from Brooklyn to Cascade
will probably take place after the
next monthly pay day, which is
January 20th, next Friday. Thereafter the bulk of the business of
the contractors will be transacted
in this city.
Skipped Across the Line
Vinoenzo Cierelo is the euphonious name of an Italian who threatened to carve a number of fellow
countrymen, at the railway camp
of Jos. Deros, a few miles up the
lake last Wednesday. The threatened parties came to town to swear
out a warrant for his arrest, but
before Officer Darraugh could make
out a warrant and secure Cierlo as
the first lodger in the new jail, that
individual had made tracks for
Uncle Sam's domain, and is now
safely on the other side. He did
not even stop to get his time check,
but thought discretion the better
part of valor.
LAST THURSDAY'S ELECTIONS
In Nelson,   Rossland, Grand Fork*
and Gresnwood.
Incorporated cities held annual
elections last Thursday with the
following results:
In Rossland A. S. Goodeve was
elected mayor by a majority of 104
over H. S. Wallace. The entire
Goodeve aldermanic ticket was
elected.
It was thought yesterday, from
dispatches received that H. G. Nee-
lands had been elected mayor of
Nelson, but later adviefs state that
John Houston succeeds himself by
the narrow majority of 6. With
one exception, the Neelands alder
manic ticket was elected. There
was considerable excitement during
the day.
In Greenwood Thomas Hardy
was elected by a majority of 41
votes over Mr. Smailes, the liberal
ticket being victorious.
At Grand Forks L. A. Manley
was elected Mayor over Robert
Harvey.
Townsite Restaked
Some time last fall Ross Thorn p
son, the father of Rossland, staked
a townsite of 320 acres at the mouth
of Baker creek, on the east shore of
Chiistina lake. It is located on
the mineral claims in which D. C.
Beach is interested.
The 25 per cent, of the purchase
price was paid to the chief commissioner of lands and works, but
other regulations were not complied with. Several days ago C.
A. Baldwin, of this city, relocated
the property for townsite purposes.
The property is well situated, and
will undoubtedly be of value when
the Elmore and other valuable
neighboring mines are placed on a
shipping basis.
Threw It Up
Last Tuesday Messrs. Philbrick
and Sawyer Bros., who have had
the monopoly of the local water
business up to last week, and had
been charging all the way from
35c to 50c or more per barrel, pulled off their two teams and quit the
business. Joe Tracy, who recently
started in to deliver water at the
uniform price of 25 cents per barrel,
is using one team and taking care
of all the business offered.' He informs the Record that he is doing
quite well, and has no kick coming-
School Board Matters
James Martin, M. P. P., haa
written to Chairman D. D. Ferguson, of the local school hoard,
saying that the recently forwarded
petition had heen given to Supt
Pope, of the Department of Education, and would receive early attention. The petition asks for the
creation of a separate school district for Cascade, and also for the
erection of a suitable building for
school purposes. It appears an
though these needs would be supplied by the provincial government.
Guy S. Helphrey, of the Curlew
store, at Curlew; Wash., was a caller at the Record office yesterday. THE   CASCADE   RECORD, JANUARY  14,  1899
IN AND AROUND CASCADE.
A coal oil famine has heen prevalent in Cascade this week.
G. J. Hayward has been appointed to assiut R. R. Gilpin in
the Grand Forks custom house.
Midway is having a lumber famine. Fire and flood are responsible
for the shut down of the sawmills.
Father Palmer came in from the
west on Wednesday evening, leaving far Rossland the following
morning.
Arrivals from Brooklyn report
that business in the Arrow Lake
town continues to be very good���
much better than was anticipated
for this time of year.
TheGreenwood Mining and Commercial Association is trying to
secure a daily mail service from
Eastern Canada, instead of three
times a week, via Penticton.
Grand Forks now has a neat and
commodious Catholic church, the
opening service in which was held
by Father Palmer. An Episcopal
church is also to be built there.
Postmaster Cameron has at last
received a t��tock of the new imperial
two cent stamps. These little bits
of gummed paper will take a half-
ounce letter to any part of the English speaking world.
F. J. Finucane, of the Bank of
Montreal, arrived from Nelson on
Wednesday, on his return to
Greenwood. He was delayed 24
hours at Bossburg on account of
the Columbia river being frozen.
Lot M. Livingston, who has
stores in Brooklyn, Deer Park and
Niagara, came over from Brooklyn
this week to vLitthe Niagara store.
He had not been here since October
and was surprised at Cascade's
growth since then,
It is given nut that the reason
for changing the name of Upper
Grand Forks to that of Columbia
is that some confusion has arisen
on account of a town of the same
name being located in North
Dakota.
Up to last Wednesday no mails,
express or freight had been received
in Brooklyn for 10 days,on account
of the steamers being frozen in
above and below that town. Lower
Arrow lake at Brooklyn did not
freeze over. The mercury reached
four degrees below zero at the lowest point.
Brooklyn Hotel Burned
Last Sunday night altout2o'clock
the frame hotel on the lake front
at Brooklyn, known as the Brooklyn Exchange, was burned to the
ground. Shaw & Shaw's feed store
adjoining, was also totally destroyed. Fortunately the breeze was
off shore and as the buildings were
isolated no further damage, was
done. The origin of the fire is not
known, and the loss is almost total,
as little could be saved. Shaw &
Shaw propably lost $500 and the
two-st^ry hotel building was probably worth $800. There was no
insurance and no means of fighting
the flames. Fortunately no lives
were lost.
Church Site Selected.
A site has been selected for the
Presbyterian church, to be erected
in Cascade in the near future. It
is lot 4 in block 35 on the townsite
map, being located near First
Avenue east of Fourth street, facing
north. The committee who selected
the lot consisted of Messrs. Ferguson, Matheson, McRae, Willcox,
Miss Cameron and Rev. J. McCoy.
The location is a sightly one, and
can be seen from all over the city.
The lot was generously donated by
the townsite owners, and as soon as
the financial part can be worked
out, the work of construction will
be started.
Owing to the excellent service
business is improving at the Columbia Hotel Dining Parlor. Meals
35 cents.
The "English Store."
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The British Columbia Mercantile and Mining Syndicate,
Ltd., Cascade, have on sale at Lowest Possible Rates:
Groceries,
Ribbons,
Boots,
Hardware,     Dress Materials,
Silks, Hosiery,
Dry Goods,    Miners Supplies
House to Bent.
House with two comfortable rooms in central
part o( town. Rent reasonable. Apply at Record office
Have you tried that home made
bread from Barry & Hepburn's
bakery, rear of Curtis' grocery ? It's
all right.
Get your Sunday dinner at the
Columbia Hotel Dining Parlor.
Best 35c meal in the city.
Certificate of Improvements.
Elmokk and CohvdoN mineral claims, situate
in tlit: Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale
District.
w here located:���On Shamrock Mountain, south
slope, about two and a half miles east of Christina
Lake.
Take notice that I, Smith Curtis, Free Miner's
Certificate No. 340.19A for myself and an agent for
Frank Hutchinson, Free Miners's Certificate No.
81I7A and for Frank Gu-e, Free Miner's Certificate No. 9883A. intend, sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a ' rown Grant of the above claims
And further take notice that action, nil tor sec
tion 37, must be commenced before the issanue
of such Certificate of Improvements
Dated this Thirty-first day of Deeembe-, 1898.
S-MITH OORTH.
Administrator's Notice.
To whom it may concern :
Take notice that in the matter of the estate of
the late Alexander Mason, of Cascade City,
deceased, letters of administration were Issued In
the county-court of Yale, hnldeu at Grand Forks
on the 13th day of December, lHSW, to Chas. K,
Miller, of the city of Nelson, II. C,
All parties indebted to the said estate or having
property in their possession belonging to same,
must make a return thereof forthwith to me, and
all parlies having claims against, the estate must
present them, together with affidavit, within 30
days from date hereof, as after that date I shall
distribute the estate, having regard only to such
claims as have been duly filed.
CHASE. Mll.MCK.
Administrator.
Dated at Nelson, B. C. this 2nd day of January
in great variety.   The reasons we are enabled to defy competition are���
Firstly. That we possess means enabling us to buy
freely in the best markets, at bed-rock prices, and in sufficient quantities to ensure lowest freight rates.
Secondly. That being owners of our business premises
we save large sums in rent.
Thirdly. That !ow road-freight contracts give us a distinct advantage over competitors.
We have an enormous stock of Blankets, Boots, Rubbers,
German Socks, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Scarves, Etc., which
we can supply wholesale or retail at Exceptionally Low Piices.
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The British Columbia Mercantile
and Mining Syndicate, Limited.
MAIN STREET, CASCADE, B. C.
Branch on First Avenue, also at McRae Landing and Minton.
Cascade
THE
The Pioneer Store
Has been here 'since Cascade started, and it has
always kept to the front. We carry full lines of
Groceries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Gloves, Hardware, Tinware. Stoves, Etc. Our new warehouse is
full of the BEST GOODS that can be had. Prices
in accordance with the times. Give us a call���at
the Post-Oflice.
Cascade, B.C.
W. M. WOLVERTON, Mgr.
Gateway City
Of the Kettle River, Boundary Creek and Christina Lake Countries.
The Coming Commercial and Industrial
Center of
A Magnificent Water Power
of 20,000 Horse Power
Now under actual development.   The center of a marvellously RICH MINERAL DISTRICT.
The town is beautifully located, surrounded by rich
scenery, with liberal sized lots (50x120), wide streets, and
offers a most promising opportunity for business locations
and Realty Investments.
For further information, price of lots, etc., address
GEO. K. STOCKER, Townsite Agent, Cascade, B. C.
Or L. A. HAMILTON, Land Commissioner
C. P. R., Winnipeg, Manitoba. fc
THE   CASCADE   RECORD, JANUARY 14, 1899
STAOE LINE CHANGES.
Efforts to Divert  Traffic to Upper
Grand Porks.
G. VV. Williams, manager of the
Kettle River Stage Line, was in
Cascade last Monday night, and
answered a few questions put to
him by a representative of the
Record.
"Have you actually sold out your
stage line?'' was asked.
" No, I have not, "said Mr. Williams. " I have given an option on
the line to the Upper Grand Forks,
or Columbia, townsite people. It
has yet six or eight days to run,
but I have no doubt that it will
be taken up. Mr. Ross, representing the townsite, also has an option
on the Bell & Duncan stage line,
and if the option on our line is
taken up, that on the other will be
also."
" Will you run the stages right
through to the Upper Forks the
same night, Mr. William* ?"
" That is the intention, I believe,
but it must necessarily be a month
or two before it can he accomplished, and perhaps longer. They
are now building a bridge across
the river at Upper Grand Forks
and have a few men working on
the new road to connect with it. It
takes time to arrange these
changes."
The idea, as given out generally,
is that the stages shall leave Grand
Forks to one side entirely, running
direct to Columbia. Whether this
is practicable is yet an open question, and whether in severe weather, or when bad roads prevail,
passengers will consent to being
carried a dozen miles further when
a comfortable stopping place, with
every accommodation, can be had
in Cascade.
Chas. VanNess, the well known
proprietor of the Grand Forks
hotel, was in Cascade this week
and informed the Record man, that
should the proposed change be
made, there is not sufficient accommodation at Columbia to care for
the travelling public, and that a
free stage would be run from the
lower town. He further stated that
in the spring, the proposed cut off
is invariably several feet under
water and cannot be used.
cells. The contract price is $445,
but extras will run up to over $100
more. The building is well suited
to the purpose for which it was
built.
Greenwood's New Paper.
W. J. Lee, of Butte, Montana,
passed through Cascade last Wednesday, en route to Greenwood,
where he says he will begin the
publication of a weekly to be called
the Miner, the first issue of which
he expects to get out next week.
He states that his plant is purchased and on the way, and the
patent outside ordered. Mr. Lee
will give special attention to the
mines of the Boundary country,
and let their greatness be known to
the outside world, far and near.
He already claims to have a subscription list of nearly 600. The
Record wishes the new venture
every success.
New Jell Is Ready
Contractor N. Robinson has completed the new provincial jail, located on the flat, and it is now being
occupied by Constable Darraugh.
The building is 20x30 in size, and
contains three cells, constable's
quarters and a court room. The
cells are made of 2x6 timbers, laid
flat and spiked to each other, the
six sides of each cell being fitted in
this way. The windows to the
building have iron bars, thereof
course being no windows in the
Go to the Cascade Photo Gallery
and have your pictures taken. Interiors photographed by flash light.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Nezt
door to Cascade Development Company's office, Main Street.
Ingram's is the cheapest place in
town to get your groceries and supplies.   Give him a call.
All kinds of job printing furnished on shortest notice at the
Record office.
Miners, Railroad Men and others will find it to their/interest,
to call on /   ���,'  ~
JOHN LYMHdft
: ::: When in Need of ::::      ~        �� >.
Boots, Shoes, Rubbers and    s
Clothing of AH Kinds... f
COR. FIRST AVENUE AND MAIN ST.,      -       CASCADE, B. C.
That's what we're making every day, and if
you are not one of the
fortunate ones getting
your supplies here, you
will save money by doing so.
We propose to make our
Groceries move, and the
consumer will get the
benefit. Profit will be
no object ��� it is your
trade we are after. Let
us figure on your next
order.
We can supply you
with ANYTHING
that you use on your
table.
��1
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First Ave, Cascade City, B.C.
Eubbers
at Cost.
Come and take 'em
away ���
Cascabe $oot
anb $\\oe ��l]op,
A. H. BIGNEY,
Proprietor.
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL
SEYLER & CRAHAN, Proprietors.
This new hotel is now  fitted throughout with first-class
furniture, etc.
RATES REASONABLE. "-���V
First Avenue, Opposite Postoffice, Cascade.
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ft    J. P. KENNEDY W. T. WATSON H. D. CAflERON
B. C. TOBACCO CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer* In
Imported and^^
Domestic Cigars
AGENTS FOR NORTHWEST HAY AND GRAIN.
.... CASCADE CITY, B. C.
Commercial Hotel
O. G. FREDERICKS, Prop.
The Largest and Most Popular Hotel in the city
if
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
First Ave. and Main St.,   -   CASCADE, B. C.
The Dining Room and Lodgings
Are under the Management of W. H. Haegerman, who has had a wide experience in Catering to the public of British Columbia.   Give us a call.
Everything Neat, Clean and First Class.
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KETTLE RIVER
STAGE LINE:.
G. W. WILLIAMS, manager.
Daily from Bossburg and Marcus to Cascade, Grand Forks,
Greenwood City, Anaconda, Boundary Falls, Midway, and All Points on Colville Reservation.
Stage leaves Marcus on arrival of Northbound Train.   Passenger*
from Kootenay points make connections at Bossburg going and coming. 4
THE   CASCADE   RECORD, JANUARY  14,  1899
THE CASCADE RECORD
Published weekly at Cascade City, H. C, by
Wlllcox & O'Reilly.
Subscriptions 12 per year in advance.    Advertising rates on application.
The Record is on salu at the following planus:
Simpson's Newstand Rossland
Humphrey & Co. Nelson
Thompson Stationery Co Nelson
R. F. Petrle Orand Forks
John W. Graham ft Co Spokane, Wii.-Ii.
Francis & Milne Cascade
Thomas Walker Cascade
G. T. Curtis Cascade
Cascade Drug Co Cascade
8ATURDAY, JANUARY 14,1899.
ROTTEN MAIL SERVICE
The mail service from the rest of
the Province to the Boundary would
disgrace an uncivilized land, let
alone one where common sense is
supposed to prevail. If Mr. Hewitt Bostock, our member at Ottowa,
lived here, or Inspector McLeod,
we opine that an improvement
would be speedy.
There is absolutely no sense or
reason in mail from Nelson or Rossland taking four or five days to
reach Cascade. And as for Eastern
Canadian mail, that does not get
here as quickly as though it went
to San Francisco first. When the
postal authorities arranged that
this mail should be sent to Cascade
by way of Penticton, with a triweekly service only, they simply
exhibited their dense ignorance of
the geography of this section.
Sending Victoria and Vancouver
mail via Penticton is like sending
Dawson mail via Edmunton. It
may get there, if sufficient time is
given. Some of the coast papers
become epitomes of ancient history
by the time they reach the office of,
the Record. And the worst feature*
of this annoying situation is that \t
is entirely unnecessary and uncalled for. A quicker#and better mail
route is available.
A mail route between Brooklyn
and Cascade has been petitioned
for, andiit ought to be established
at once. The distance, 40 or 45
miles, can be covered in 24 hours,
and would shorten the present
ieisurly time into the Boundary
country by a couple of days or
more. Not only this, but Gladstone and English Point on Christina lake would be served and
should be served.
FUN AT VICTORIA
The provincial parliament met
last Thursday week in' annual session at Victoria, and the new gov
ernment took hold at that time. Of
course, the representatives of the
opposition or old government were
on hand, and were not slow to make
themselves henrd. A number of
the speeches thus far were given
| over largely to insinuations or direct
charges as to how bad the other
fellows were or are, and as a result
there has but little of consequence
been done.    The elections bill was
rushed through' and signed by Mr.
Mclnnes, notwithstanding the loud
protest uttered. This will not tend
to strengthen the present government with the people, and already
some resignations of members have
been sent in as a direct consequence.
It would seem that the members
assembled at Victoria have taken
a few lessons from our cousins across
the line, who are noted for their
quarreling proclivities in their
state legislatures. The spectacle is
neither a creditable nor a dignified
one. The sooner a working majority can be had the better it will be
for the province If an appeal
must be taken to the people to settle it, it cannot come too soon.
Every business man in Cascade,
on reading these lines, should sit
down and write two letters, one to
Hewitt Bostock, M. P., at Ducks,
B. C, and the other to Postmaster
General Mulock at Ottawa, in regard to our antiquated mail service.
Perhaps when these gentleman had
received a few hundred such letters,
steps would be taken so that the
time of transmission from Nelson
to Cascade, or Vancouver to Cascade, would be materially reduced
from four and six days respectively.
Now that Uncle Sam has got
title to the Phillipines, there seems
to be quite a difference of opinion
among Americans as to the wisdom
of acquiring the islands as a colony.
In the meantime, the natives themselves do not propose to be delivered over, and it looks as though
(here would be a long series of
troubles there. Aguinaldo, their
leader, is a knave, but he is smart
and is only looking for his own
aggrandizement.
The announcement in last week's
Record in regard to the large
smelting plant, to be built by the
C. P. R. in Cascade this year, was
pleasant news to the constantly
widening circle of readers of this
paper. One of the good effects is
already apparent among the prospectors of this locality. A near-by
market, with low freight and treatment rates, is a great inducement
to development.
The Moyie City Leader has been
"kicking" Vigorously for a better
mail isorvice-in south-east Kootenay. If the Leader, and all other
southern British Columbia papers
would unite on this important subject, the protest would be heard
even in far off Ottawa. �� I
This week hat been a warm one
in Nelson, Rossland, Grand Forks
and Greenwood, on account of the
municipal elections, which occurred
Thursday. There was some surprises at the results.
Knox the jeweller, will clean up
your jewelry free of charge. Fin��
watch repairing our specialty. We
guarantee everything. At T. A. Ma-
haffey's, opposite the P. 0.
CASCADE DRUG CO.
JOSEPH SCHAICH,
���CARRIES THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF- -
inns,
\NDS
... .In the Boundary Country.
tgu,   viivuiivu���,   IHUil,    vuu  wi.u    i/iuuii��A',
WALL PAPER AND STATIONERY
Prescaiption Department in charge
of Competent Pharmacists.
Special Attention Given to Mail
Orders.
D. D.' FERGUSON,
ractor and Builder.
Doors, Sash and all
Kinds of Glass.
CASCADE CITY,
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Is catering to the HOTEL TRADE with
great success. The secret of it is right
prices on the BEST Goods. Private families and individuals will find it to their
interest to give a trial order.
General Line of Merchandise-Always on Hand.
Time checks taken at par.     >f\, BREMNER, MGR.
IMMMMMIMMMMM l-t-H
GLADSTONE, B. C.
This new Stopping Place, just completed and opened to the
public, is most conveniently located. Jim Ennis and
Tom Flynn, the proprietors, are old hands at catering to
the Railroad and Travelling trade. They will treat you
right, inwardly or outwardly. .
ENNIS & FLYNN, Proprietors.
HOTEL GLADSTONE
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.
FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.^*
JOHN DORSEY, Proprietor.
Lavally's Hotel
Located on the Railway Tote Road,
Three Miles from Cascade City....
9
This New Hotel is a Favorite with Railroaders and Miners.
Drop in and Sample our Stock of Wines and Liquors.
<2^���ELI LAVALLY, Prop. 7
THE   CASCADE   RKCORL), JANUARY   14,  ltt��9
5
BY THE WAYSIDE   J
It seems that there is another
side to the cate of shipping merchandise from Vancouver to Cascade and the Boundary, as related
the oilier day by a travelling man
for Wm. Braid & Co., wholesale
grocers of Vancouver. He states
that the Great Northern, ill receiving shipments from Vancouver,
wait invariably until a full car is
obtained, thus entailing a delay of
a week or more. It bad to lie trainferred by boat from Vancouver to
the railway, thus making more
delay. So that, altogether, shippers in the Boundary must figure
on about from four or five weeks'
time, in getting goods fn in the
Coast via the American line. All
of which naturally makes shippers
prefer the C. P. R. wherever there
is the least choice, for the reason
that, even into the Boundary
country, it can hardly be so slow
If the above is a matter of fact���
and U>ere seems lo lie no reason to
doubt it���the Great Northern is
taking the t<urc��t possilile method
if losing its Coast-Boundary trade
entirely. ' You can fool part of
the people all the time, and all the
people part of the time," as Abraham Lincoln is reputed to have
said, " but you cannot fool all the
people all the time."
-%-
Taking all these statements into
consideration, Boundary business
men should lend every encouragement possible to the plan now
being looked into by the C. P. R.
freight department to bring Bound
ary freight into the country by
way of the new wagon road from
Brooklyn. The sleighing over this
road i�� excellent and will remain
so probably for a couple of months
or ��more, and merchants will be
ab'e to save time and trouble by
using this route. It will be possible
to get mo��t of the spring goods in
this way before the roads break up
and are rendered next to impassable
by the spring rains.
Walter Hull Aldridge, the man
ager of the C. P. R smelters, who
was in Cascade last week relative
to matters connected with the large
smelling plant to be built here this
year by that company, evidently
believes in doing things in style
Last Wednesday he was married at
Rossland to Miss Nancy Elnorah
Scales Tuttle, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Jay Tuttle, at St. George's
church. After the ceremony the
happy couple took a special train,
in waiting on the Red Mountain
railway, for Spokane and thence to
the east. After spending a month's
honeymoon,and probably incident
ally conferring with Mr. Sluiugh
nessy and Mr. VanHome relative
to the Cascade smelter, Mr. Aid
ridge informed the Record last
week that he would he back here in
a mouth's time.
It would probably be difficult
for the C. P. R. to secure a more
competent man than Mr. Aldridge
to manage their smelter interests.
For a number of years he had
charge of the smelter at Helena,
Montana, and the excellent condi-
dition of that concern when he resigned to go to Trail, is well known.
Since taking charge of the latter
concern, it is stated hy those capable of judging, that many evi-
The Merchants Bank of Halifax
 ������ ���INCORPORATED I860. -	
Paid-up Capital, $1,500,000.   Rest, $1,175,000. Head Office, Halifax, N. S.
T. E Kenny, President. D. H. Duncan, Cashier.
A branch of this Bank Has Been Opened at GRAND FORKS, B. G.
A General Banking Business Transacted. Accounts Received on the Most Favorable Terms. Interest Allowed on
Special Deposits. The Savings Bank Department Receives Sums of $1.00 and Upwards and Allows Interest at
Current Rates.   ������-.������
ALL BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO US BY MAIL WILL RECEIVE'.PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION.
"ALEX. MILLER, manager.
sxsxsasssxs^
deuces are seen that he is the right
man in the right place.
It is sometimes worth many
thousands of dollars to a concern
to have the right man in
the right place at the right
time. This is shown by the suit
now being brought by F. Aug.
Heinze against the C. P. R. for
something like $75,000 for goods
left at the Trail smeller, which he
claims were not included in the
sale by him to that company last
spring. It all hangs on the word
" stores " in the agreement to sell.
In the railway world this word
means everything from waste to a
locomotive driving wheel, but Mr.
Heinze asserts that in smelter parlance no such broad interpretation
goes. If the C. P. R. loses the suit,
it will be because they did not
summon Mr. Aldridge at the time
of the purchase. Mr. VanHome
and Mr. Shatighnessy*'know all
about railroads, but they are a
little out of their element as yet
when it comes to smelters.
Good dairy butter, only 20 cents
per pound at J. S. Ingram & Co.'s,
where 100 tubs have just been received.   Try some of it.
Broad like your mother used to
make, light and sweet, at Barry &
Hepburn's bakery, rear of Curtis'
grocery.
Hutch ins $
Wiiigard
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 by Telephone,'
rid prompt delivery guaranteed.
;���
Fire Insurance Agency
PHOENIX ASSURANCE COMPANY, of London, Eng., BRITISH AMERICAN ASSURANCE CO. of Toronto; WESTERN ASSURANCE CO.
George K. Stockkr, Agent.
Railroad Headquarters Hotel,
Best Meal in Cascade for 35c.
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH 'THE BEST OF EVERYTHING."
Our  Specialties   are Pabst's  Blue   Ribbon Beer, Corby's
Eight-Year-Old Rye, Seagram's '83 Rye, Four-
Crown Scotch and Burke's Irish Whiskies.
Celebrated Lion Beer on Draught.
IF YOU MUST DRINK, DRINK THE BEST.
ECKSTORM & SIMPSON, Proprietors.
P. BURNS 6c CO.
WHOLESALE-
Heat   Merchants,
.1     V
HAMS, BACON, ETC.
'Branches at Cascade City Grand Forks, Niagara, Greenwood
and Brooklyn.
WHOLESALE .
ffiqwrs, ^jines anb (jSars-
A specialty made of Imported Goods. Glassware and bur
Supplies Always on Hand.   ,��ole Agents for
. Pabst's Milwaukee Beer. ,
MAIN STREET,        ....       CASCADE, B. C.
��tW��.f��f��1-sl��lflW^
THE WINDSOR.
COX & JONES, Props.
8
Headquarters for Commercial, Mining and Railroad Men.
Newly Furnished and Enlarged.   European Plan.
First Class Bar in Connection.
GRAND FORKS,       -      -       BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Dry Wood
Large Stock on hand and
Prompt Delivery. Leave
orders at Francis & MilneV
store.   E.M.DAN-A. 6
THE   CASCADE   RECORD,  JANUARY  14,  1899
IN AND AROUND CASCADE.
A fancy dress carnival was scheduled for Monday night at the
lireenwood skating rink.
A force of carpenters have just
finished improvements to the interior of the Record building.
Stanley Mayall, of the B. C.
Syndicate's store, made a tiip to
Grand Forks and Greenwood this
week.
Goods are arriving more freely
throughout the Boundary, as a result of the excellent sleighing now
prevailing.
Charles VanNess, of the Grand
Forks Hotel, was in town last
Monday, calling on his many
friends here.
Ira Black, of Black's Hotel, left
for Republic on Tuesday, where he
will open up another one of his
popular resorts.
The Record welcomes changes of
copy from its advertisers. Send
'em along, but get the changes in
early in the week.
Dr. W. 0. Dutton arrived in the
city Monday night, and proceeded
td Greenwood, where the contractors will erect a hospital.
Mrs. A. D. Foster, whose husband conducts a hotel at McRae's
Lidding on Christina lake, left on
Tuesday for a visit to her old home
in the far east.
F. H. McCarter, editor of the
Granrt Forks Miner, with his wife
arid little daughter, were in town
Monday, on their return from a
holiday trip to southern Oregon.
The remains of Peter Gaetano,
who was killed last week by a piece
of. flying rock coming through the
roof of his cabin, on the work of A.
Scarpelli, were given interment last
Sunday.
A. Scott, ri the Greenwtjfod
branch of the Bank of Commerce,
has gone to Dawson City, where he
will occupy an important position
in the same bank's branch in the
Arctic City.
A. Fleming, employed in Foss &
McDonell's railway camp, near
Niagara, was taken down with
pneumonia and died last Thursday
week at Greenwood. He was 36
years of age, but little is known
concerning him.
Jack Stewart, superintendent of
construction for Mann, Foley Bros.,
& Larson, returned on Tuesday
from an inspection of the railway
construction work up towards
Greenwood, and left the next day
by [the overland route for Brooklyn.
Mr, Grierson, of Bonner's Ferry,
Idaho, could not accept the posi-
tioli of assistant to Collector Rose
of Cascade. Mr. Sinclair, of Rossland, who was absent when first,
appointed, has finally accepted and
entered upon the performance of
his duties.
Frank Hutchinson, who has
been spending several days in the
city in the interest of the Elmore
group, on Christina lake, of which
he is part owner, left for Ross'and
on Tuesday. While here he visited
the mine and brought down a sack
of fine samples from that splendid
property, which are on exhibition
in the office of the Cascade Development Co.
Go to the Cascade Photo Gallery
and have your pictures taken. Interiors photographed by flash light.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Next door
to Cascade Development Company's
office, Main Street.
Appreciates the Newspapers.
Asked what is the most important element in the building of a
city Hon. F. X. Schoonmaker, of
Ohio, is said to have replied:'* Well;
I should say a newspaper came
first. Suppose now that we four
were to start a town. The first
thing we would do to get it before
the public would be to establish a
good newspaper, and we would
want it to represent the town in
every respect; a newspaper is what
may he termed the card of introduction to the distant reader. He
judges of the town hy its press, by
the editorials, the make-up and
displays of the news, the character
and number of the advertiser.;, for
through them he guages the business of the town. There is no
better agent for any place than a
paper teeming with brisk, live advertisements. The peopje should
be impressed with the importance
of patronizing the home paper and
giving it liberal support and of
subscribing to it regularly."
Have you tried that home made
bread from Barry & Hepburn's
bakery, rear of Curtis' grocery ? It's
all right.
Capital.all paid up, $12,000,000
Rest, 6,000,000
President, Lord Strathcona and
Mount Royal; Vice-President,
Hon. Geo. A. Drummond; General Manager, E. S. Clouston.
Branches in London, England, New York, Chicago
And in principal Canadian cities.
Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange
and Cable Transfers; Grant Commercial and Travellers', Credits,
available in any part of the World.
Drafts issued, Collections made, etc.
Greenwoq^ Branch,
F. J. FINUCANE,
Manager.
Spokane Palls &
Northern System.
Nelson anil Fort Sheppard Ry. Co,
lied Mountain Railway Co.
The direct and only All-Rail Route
between  the   K< otenay  District
���AND ALL���
British Columbia Points,
Pacific Coast Points,
Puget Sound Points,
Eastern Canada and United States.
���Connects at Spokane with--
GREAT NORTHERN RY.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RY.
O. R. R. & NAV. CO.
Maps furnished, tlokets sold and Information
given by local and connecting line ticket agents.
Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary
creek contieot at Marcus and Uossburg with
stages dally.
C. Q. DIXON, Q. P. AT. A.,
Spokane. Wash.
prs POTATOES^
\fl  We have a Large Stock of "Spuds" and Cabbages that
Are Not Frozen.
Give us a call when you want anything in the line of
FARM PRODUCE, Etc., Etc.
Cigars, Tobacco, Stationery and Notions in Great Variety. .
4 MIL
Opposite Custom House,
First Avenue,
a    CASCADE CITY, B. C.
KCS5SCaK:K2^K2K3K3K2K3B3K2
Columbia Hotel
J. A. MoMASTER & CO., Props.
FIRST CLASS IN EUERY RESPECT.
.First Avenue, CASCADE, B. C.
Columbia Dining Parlor
CHAS. M. HITCH, Proprietor.
First class Throughout.   The Best of Everything the mar-
bet Affords.   Thirty Years'Experience in the Business!
The E. G. Thomason & Co., Sawmill
DEALERS IN <('>
Rough and Dressed Luniber, Lath;
Shingles, MouldingsrEtc.
CASCADE CITY,
Hut,
BRITISH COLUMBIA
GAINE & ROY
tftc IJuhon $tore,
.", i
Wholesale Dealers in
Ji
All Kinds of General Men's Furnishings at Retail.
Office and Warehouse,
CASCADE CITY, B. C.
Scandia Hotel
OSCAR STENSTROM, Prop.
Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
A comfortable, home-like place for
Railroad en.
First Avenue,
Cascade
5.WBEAR
3ip ^rifer.
Office, Opp. Cascade Development Co.'s Office,
-CASCADE CITY, B. C." i
THE   CASCADE   RECORD, JANUARY 14, 1899
STRIKE ON THE ELHORE.
Baker Creek Properties Will Soon
be Developed.
Frank Hutchinson, of Rossland,
president of the Belcher Gold Mining Company, was in town this
week and visited the Elmore and
Corydon, the two well known
Shammck mountain claims owned
hy his company. The Elmore,
upon which there has already heen
about $1,200 worth of work done,
bids fair to become ere long a peer
to any mining property in the
Boundary Creek country. Already
72 feet of solid ore has been exposed on the Elmore, the values
within a few feet of the surface
ranging from $5 to $18. The ore
is a magnetic iron carrying copper
pyrites, and so far shows a steady
increase in values as depth is attained. Smith Curtis, of Rossland,
the promoter of the Belcher company, has gone east to arrange
finances for the development of the
property on a large scale.
C. A. Stoess at Work
When Manager Aldridge of the
Trail smelter was in Cascade last
week, he left C. A. Stoess, engineer,
adsayer and surveyor, here to look
up deposits of lime and clay and
do other preliminary but essential
work.
Assisted by Dick Darrow, who is
familiar with this entire section,
Mr. Stoess has been tramping
through two feet or more of snow
all the week. He informed the
Record man that there were ample
deposits of lime for smelter purposes. He also visited the clay
banks near the lake and; pronounces the article there found as
of admirable quality for brick-
making. As many hundreds of
thousands of brick will be needed
in the construction of the smelter
buildings, this is a most important
matter.
The dance given by Mr. and Mrs.
Hazelton, at Railroad Headquarters
Hotel last evening, was enjoyed by
a large number. Previous to the
dance Mr. Sawyer gave a number
of ladies a sleigh ride over the town,
which was also much appreciated.
Blacksmithiiig.v.
Wagon repairing and general
blacksmithing promptly
attended  to.
Blanchard   &   Moore
2nd Avenue, Cascade.
Free Employment
Agency.
Reliable help furnished free. I
am in correspondence with all parties employing laborers in this section of the Boundary country.
Bakery and
Branch Grocery
HOMEMADE BREAD AND
CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FRED GRIBI, Mgr.
C. J. Eckstorrn, Manager.
Black's Hotel,
EUROPEAN PLAN.
Nicely Furnished Rooms $1.00 per Night
The bar is constantly supplied
with the finest brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars. Best meals in
the town car. be had at all hours.
��^tfLACK BROS.
Club Hotel
QUINLIVAN & ROSS,
Proprietors.
K
A good meal, a good room,
or a good drink can be had
at the Club Hotel.
FIRST AVE..  CASCADE  CITY.
Sam Sing,
WASHING OF
ALL KINDS...
Laundry at rear of the Custom
House, First Ave.
Clothes called for and delivered.
Palace ��ii>ery ��arn
_^
Up to Date Livery.
Saddle Horses Furnished
ON SHORT NOTICE.
TYGHE&McKELLAR Props
NOTICE.
Notloa It hereby given that 145 sacks of oats,
addressed to K. If. Robertson. Cascade ��'tty, were
left at the store of the undersigned on December
14th, 1888. If the siime are not called for within
thirty days after date hereof, they will be sold to
recover freight, dnty and storage charges.
Dated at Cascade City, B. C, this 10th day of
January, 18W.
L. I* GHRISman As Co.
Church Service
Divine service will be conducted by Rev. Joseph
McCoy M. A. tomorrow (Sunday) at II a.m. and
7:10 p.m., Standard Time, In tbe school-house,
All are cordially Invited to attend Sabbath
school at 2:80 p.m. in the same place.
Grand  Central   Hotel
Mcdonald & flood, props.
Liquid Refreshments of All Kinds
and in the Choicest Qualities. ...
First Class Sample Rooms in Connection.
FIRST AVENUE, CASCADE, B. C.
This Hoime is the Favorite Report for Railway Men.
CASCADE SAWMILL CO.,
A large stock of Rough
and Dressed Lumber.
Laths, Shingles, Jlouldings, Etc
LYNCH & EARLE, Props.
r
HOTEL CASCADE
.... C. H. Thomas, Prop. ...
The Original and Oldest Hotel in this part of the
district. Headquarters for Contractors, Mining Men
and Travellers.
Well Stocked Bar in Connection.
Second Avenue,
Cascade City. British Columbia.
ROMA MOTEL,
Corner First Ave. and Main St., Cascade City, B. C
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 course, we have everything needful in the liquid line.
. DEVON, Prop.
flinton General Store
The B. C. Mercantile and Mining Syndicate, Ltd., has opened a Branch
Store, on the Wagon Road, under the management of Mr. W. H. Disbrowe.
��� FULL LINES OF���
Will be Stocked at Lowest Possible Prices.
Please call for quotations ,
-
T. E. Mahaffy
We have just received a fine line of new goods including Ladies Underwear, Ladies' Cashmere Hose,
Flannelette, Cooks' Aprons, Waiters' Aprons, Carpenters' Aprons, Boys' and Men's Sweaters, Moccasins, Towels, Alarm Clocks, Bicycle Playing Cards.
Opposite the Post-Office,
CASCADE, B. C. 8
THE   CASCADE   RECORD,  JANUARY   14s  1899
VICTORIA. B. C.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
LONDON, ENGLAND.
TIMER, BEETON & CO.,
Wholesale Herchants
Liquors, �� Cigars, �� Dry �� Goods,
Mackinaws, Rubbers,
BLANKETS, GLOVES  AND MITTS, BOOTS,  ETC,  ETC
Catalogues sent on application.  Kootenay Branch:  NELSON.
JOB PRINTING
Neat, Clean, Attractive Work turned out at Fair
Prices.   Send or bring your orders to the Record.
Close Connections with the Spokane Falls & Northern Ry.
BELL & DUNCAN'S
Rapid Stage Line
BETWEEN BOSSBURG
And all Points in the Boundary Country. Stage leaves Bossburg Daily at 12 o'clock Noon.   Private Conveyances, with or without drivers, furnished
to and from any point.
BELL & DUNCAN, BOSSBURG, WASH.
CaliforniaWine Co
-WHOLESALE IMPORTERS OF���
WI/HErS and
Office and Warehouse, NELSON, B. C.
We have just received 500,000 Choice Cigars, and are prepared to fill orders on the Shortest Notice.
Prices Always Right/
?���
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO,
���^^Wholesale and Retail^v
Manilla and Sisal Rope, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Paints, Oils, Glass and Varnish.
Just now we are making Special Prices for
Builders and Contractors. If interested,
write for quotations..   ^S2>
BAKER STREET,  - -      MBLSON, B.C.
���^���"^^s^^P%*^^s^f^a^t^f^i^^Spf^l
I ALL OVER THE PROVINCE
Kaslo has reorganized its hockey
club.
The Steamer Rossland is tied up
for the winter at Nakusp.
A man actually purchased two
lots in Slocan Cily the other day.
Three new townsites have been
staked out in the vicinity of Windermere.
Rossland's water works are frozen
solid, and probably will not be
available till spring.
The Trail smelter has closed
down, probably till spring, on
account of lack of ore.
The Bank of Hamilton will open
up its first British Columbia branch
in Vancouver some time in February.
Rossland beat Nelson at hockey
at the latter city, 4 to 0. The
Nelson club is arranging for a return match.
Application will be made in parliament for a charter for a railway
to run from A��hcroft to Quesnelle
and Hazelton.
The present output of the Crow's
Nest Coke ovens is 80 tons daily,
which is expected to reach 300 tons
before the end of the year.
The Slocan lake route is now in
uce by the C. P. R. to reach Revelstoke, since long stretches of the
Arrow Lakes route were frozen
solid.
Gold Commissioner J. D. Graham,
of the Atlin district in British Columbia, has arrived at his new
post, and is throwing oonsterna-
tion into the ranks of the prospectors by his interpretation of the
mining and land laws of the province.
The Boundary Creek Telegraph
and Telephone Company, Limited,
is advertising its incorporation in
the current issue of the British Columbia Gazette, with a capital of
$50,000, divided into 50,000 shares
of $1 each. The registered office
w'll be in Greenwood.
Go to the Cascade Photo Gallery
and have your pictures taken. Interiors photographed by flash light!,
Satisfaction guaranteed. Nezt
door to Cascade Development porii-j
pany's office, Main Street.
STAR BABBEE SHOP
Hot and Cold Baths can
be had at any time, 50 cents.
GEO. W. THOMAS,
.. proprietor. ..
FIRST AVENUE,  -   CASCADE;
Wills
Stage
Line
BETWEEN
Cascade City
AND
if    Brooklyn
New Rigs, Good Teams, Experienced Drivers.
This line will make regular
trips between the two places,
carrying passengers and baggage in quick time.
ROBERT WILLS, Prop.

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