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VOL. a
TROUT LAKE CITY, B.C., March 15, 1Q06
No. 20.
Swept
By Fire.
KIRK   FIEND    GET8   IN   ITS
DEVASTATING  WORK
AT FERGUSON.
WINDSOR   UOTEL   TOTALLY
DE8TROYED TUESDAY
MORNING.
On Tuesdav, a few minutes after
one o'clock, p.m., tire broke out in
the Windsor Hotel at Ferguson,
and completely destroyed Ui f*
famous hostelry. Tho oause of the
lire is supposed to have originated
from a spark from tiio front parlor
chimney, hut no accurate knowledge is obtainable. Some of the
schoolboys noticed the smoke on
the roof and ut once gave tlie
alarm.
The local Bra brigade wore noon
on tbe ipot, but o.iing   to tl." high
Mind and the dryness ol the building there was  no   possible  chance
.if 'saving it. Effort*, were then
directed to the saving as much as
hie, and some furniture and
lhe piano was taken out. Short
ti,.,- was allowed, how-ver, in the
work oi salvage, as fifty minutes
aftei the tire was discovered there
was not a stick left. So clean a
job did it make that a person driving past would never notice there
Ind been a tire.
Mr-. O'Connor I" completely
prostrated A Res lew scribe called
and in a short interview learned
there was $5,000 insurance on a
M'al loss of 112.000. In all probability a new bui ding will be put
Up as soon as weather will permit.
More Ore in
Broadview.
%    Local and General,     j
IHO BTRIKE MADE IN DRIF
OF THREE FEET OF
GALENA ORE.
100  sacks OBTAINED 1 ROM
ONE ROUND OF SHOTS
THIS WEEK.
FIRE BPARK8.
Dad   Black   says   Misery   likes
company.
Sandy Laiighton and Steve
Slinger are going to consolidate
and draw lota as to the next.
Bill tbe barber made the beat
lima on record from oi.e end of
Ferguson to the other,.
Joe Kirk directed I.i** attention
to (lie protection of the Big Tunnel
Illli,'".
Soapy Smith says he could have
saved the building bad lie been
theie in time with sufficient water
Frank Lebeau worked like n
powder monkey, ns he saw in sight
a cut in the electric light revenue.
Ahc Cummins tried to telephone
lor the Trout Lake tire fighters,
but the fire  beat   him and cut the
wires.
Thoa, Leavall camo in !r.st Sat-
urday to resume operations on the
Placer grpuud. The few days oi
cold weather has Interfered somewhat with the proposed work, but
ns expects to get down to good
business in a few days.
Post ofiice Store   is the   place to
huy toilet articles, proprietary
medicines, stationery and school
supplies.
Miss Dewar, who has been con-
lined with a bad attack of la grippe
in the Ferguson hospital bus recovered and is recuperating iu
Rossland.
Eire hydrants are now in place,
but they will be of little use uuless
a supply of hose is purchased.
Zrade'a Committee, take notice.
Last week we reported ore being
found  in  the  drift  in the Broad
view.     A   Review   representative
visit. 1  the property  during  the
week and. found that the utriki
area "f even more important I
at first reported. The work being
. u : ii d nn is a continuation of the
drifi at the 60 foot level, and a
body of or." baa been oponed up
which eclipses anything yet found
on ths Great Northern bill
From  one  round  ol shol
100 sacks or between  five and sis
tons of "re war. put Up. Ther-' ia a
good   three   feet   of clean ore, and
while the grade la noi as high aa
the   average   Lardeau   ore, it is of
sufficient vain.' t" pay s bandsom
profit.    We said some weeks ago
that the output would BOOn reach
5 tons per day, and we can now
claim a reali^Bon of our predictions! There is no doubt now left
in the minds of the most pessimis*
tie. but that the Broadview is a
mine and will be a big f.ictor in
llir prosperity of the Trout Lake
t.iini'.g division.
For mativ years the ore depoalta
i.n the Or.'at Northern hill were
advertised and outside capital
solicited, but ii rested with a few
local men to take up one group
and go ai it in a buaineaa like way,
with the result that enough ore ia
in hcM to insure a success to the
venture. To demonstrate the
value of the Lardeau tbe project i"
of  paramount   importance, as it
shows that when local men have
faith in the ultimate result", outsider*, will soon get iu nnd drill.
NAUGHTY   BILLY  ON   THK
WARPATH
As our obi friend and stand by
has not been heard from since he
left b.r Calgary in the fall, one of
Bill's numerous admirers wrote to
the authorities to learn if he were
dead or alive. Tbe appended an
swer was forthcoming. Save up
your coal oil cans.
Office of Chief of Police,
Calgary, Alta
March llth, 1906.
I .nr Sir.    William Baty is vcr>
much slive and says be la going I"
Trout  Lake next week.   I think
he   has   been   making   too    IUUch
money out ol real estate ber.' to
leave   Calgary.     B. sides other at
tractions,   there   ta   ■   very   large
(and said  to be very rich) widow
lady herefrom P , 111., U.S.A.,
which   I   believe has -oniothinu to
do witb Mr. Baty tarrying ao long;
so vou bad better gat busy and
ready to give Mr. Baty a very large
bundle of ribbone, feathers, silks
and satins and a -rand send off, as
it is only a matter of time before
poor Bill is landed.
Yours, ite.
T. K.sri.mh,
Chief of l'olice.
Bandmaster Brown left Monday
for a business   trip   to Arrowhead.
A   really   first-class   entertain1*
ti t will  be given  In  tbe Odd
f.'llow'g hall next Saturday night,
St. Patrick's Day, and we shall be
surprised if the capacity of tha
...' I i tori nm la not taxed to its ut*
n . st.      IrUh   songr',   Irish   r.'.'ita
tions,   Irish   duets   and   Irish   dia-
loguea will be rendered hy the best
local talent, A laughable farce
entitled " lletsy Baker" will be
immensely enjoyed, The characters are? Marmaduke Mouser, in
I' v • with his wife. J. J. Atherton ;
Mr. Crummy, Mouser's partner
with a plot, F. K. Groffman ; Betsy
Baker, in the plot with Crummy,
Mies Susy Cummins ; Mr-. Mouser,
'I  •   \   ■
T. II. Brans was down f-otn the
Nettie L. on Tuesdav.
Mrs  Burrell had the mUfortuno
to break a small  bone  in her arm
last   Sunday,   caused   bv   falling j1
,       ., .,       .. '   .,       ,, .another goal and secured the well-
heavily on  the  slippery sidewalk .„.   .
near her house. We wish "mother"
a speedy recovery.
Jake  Schmidt,  one of  our old-
Servicei    Sunday    morning   in  timers   returned    on   Wednesday
the Methodist church conducted by r-ip'-t.   Since  he  left  over a year
A big crowd followed the hockey
team lo Ferguson last Saturday
night to witness the twin cities
once again do battle. Last year
Ferguson retired with a margin of
three wins to their credit, and Saturday's game again ^"ing to Trout
Luke had tbo effect of evening up
the number of victories, and the
deciding game will be played in
Trout Lake next Saturday nitrht
The line up was as follows :
Ferguson. Tbopt Lakk,
Smith goal Christie
Baskett point Parisian
Cummins cover point Vipond
Lebeau rover Woods
Robinson centr.' Ra.lv
Shannon ri.htuing McLean
Garrett left wing Schulze
Referee : George Weir.
A fa«t game throughout. The
Ferguson defence was verv strong,
but the attacking division lacked
energy. The Lake forwards broke
through twice in the first half and
scored on both occasions, whilst
the Eereuson team notched a point
before the whistle sounded.    In the
FACTS   AND   FANCIES.
second  half Trout   Lake put   on
another goal and securei
earned victory of 3 to 1.
Mr. M..y.r : in the .veiling by the
pastor.
Subscribe for your local paper.
Now Is th" time that a _ood pair
of rubber* are appreciated. The
Maple Lent is the lust.
Ev.ry metal on the market silvan.-. 1 Tuesday.     < In the London
ago he has been ranching in Oregon, but had to return to look alter
the  interests  of   the   lat.   J.    W.
Westfall.
Gourlay Pianos are high priced,
but worth their price. What if a
Gotirlav piano does cost a few dol-
larr- more '.' Vou get vour money's
worth. Yon obtain it in extra
durability—years   more of  service
lead gained five points provided for by the costliness ol
from Friday's close. Silver re- Its construction ; and you obtain
Covered tw>> point- on both mar* it in its daily use—your delight
kits und i- now 627-8 cents an and pleasure in its exceptional
ounce Copper haa risen again to tonal beauty. We want you to
18 cent-. ' see a Gourlay.
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
THIS is hardly the time to start
out on vour summer vacation,
hut  ii.   want  you  to  consider the
LARDEAU
It is the place where nature can
be seen in all its grandeur and
magnificence. Its lakes, rivers, and
mountain streams are filled with
the finny tribe, and disciples of
Ike Walton are in their glory. t_ W
It is a resort entirely free from the
mosquito pest. V W M Uf to y M
For infonnatii.il. write to tin Secretary of Trades Committee or to
the Rkvikw.
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
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[by obsbbvbb.]
Revelstoke has queer notions of
gambling ! It is reported that one
of the town laws reads thus : " All
(,'aiiies of chance shall be deemed
gambling except draw poker."
Think of that you cold-dickers
and sure thing men. You mav
draw to a bobtail flush and reach
out for a stack of blues, but you
musn't squint at a ace In the hole.
You can go bust with four kings
or make a stab at a jackpot with
no openers, but you may not show
your hole card or rake in a white-
chip. Revelstoke city fathers in
their wisdun have passed the
Rubicon, which decision is equal
to : "Stud is gambling, blackjack
is gambling, but draw poker is a
sure thing." Exactly, but who is
it a sure thing for ? Would it be
any surer if the rake off was
abolished ? And speaking of rak-
ing off, would it not be a wise venture on the part of the Revelstoke
city dads tn open up a "draw
chamber" in the city ball ? We
feel sure it would be a draw, and
us niunicipr. 1 ownership is becoming very fashionable, the town's
taxes would be thus lightened
and everybody satisfied. Then
advertise the project and put R. A.
Upper behind tlie dummy, with an
official croupier to bear him company and scratch in the authorized
rake-off. Seriously, it is worth
consideration. It would advertise
the town, and be known as the
Monte Carlo ot Canada. Thousands would flock there, and the
Dcutschnian Cave as an attraction
would be as a white chip. An
occasional suicide would crop up,
but that would help to advertise
the town more and give the sky
pilots a show. Then again, the
Y.M.C.A. could run a game of
[raw in their splendid building as
an elevating counter-irritant to
marbles, mumble-peg and such
sinful ^am-'S. A business man in
Trout Lake received the following
communication from a friend in
Revelstoke on Monday, and he is
at a loss to know its meaning :
Revelstoke, B. <'.
Sunday, llth.
Dear J -
Do vou know of any go. _ Sum
Thing Man who wants to take the
draw game in tbe Y.M.C.A. here '.'
Yours truly,
cottage that worthy was discovered
in the heat of steam which emanated from the washtub—wrangling with a refractory shirt. The
question arises,—was the volume
of steam responsible for the alarm,
or was it. as is more reasonable to
suppose, caused by a log burning
a mile distant in the bush ? The
alurmist, however, is not to be
found, which ia perhaps good for
him. A humorous turn was given
to the event by the arrival of the
citizens struggling wlthj ladders
of a length that would reach to
Helen gone. Everybody knows
this cottage, and the curious pnrt
of the ladder business is I hat in
the winter the cottage door is best
approached by way of the roof.
Everyone went home perfectly
happy.
Kaslo will hold l's first annual
fruit fair next September. The
exhibition is to be held in the Drill
hall. The city council will give a
grant, and the finest fruits exhibited will be sent to the Nelson Fair
as a collection. Kaslo claims to
be the oldest incorporated city in
the Kootenays, so will celebrate
on Victoria Day (May 24). Kaslo
is waking up ! Kas'o'lias a brats
band !    Kaslo is •' goin' some."
Observer was privileged to attend a rehearsal of "Retsv Baker"
one day this week, and he advises
everyone to see it on St. Patrick's
night. Some new talent has been
unearthed, and we congratulate—
but, there, wait until Saturday.
Steve Slinger  returned  Monday
from Rsyelstoke.
Lardeau ilecr ami Porter  is sec
olid to none.
School Report.
Report ..f pupils In Intermediate
snd Senior Grades ol Trout Lake
school for the month oi February.
Junior llrd  Class.    Edith   Ahra
bamson, 803 ;  Catherine Vipond,
282; Pearl McPherson, 262 ; Tom
Johnson, 162 ;   Frank  Abey, 189 j
Olive Abey, 182.
Ben ior 8rd Class.' - Naomi Vipond
866 : Will Johniton,  199 ;   Chas,
Haner, 177.
•lib 01 iss.   Marjorie Fraser, 886;
Ethel Johnston, 826 ; Lena Vipond
U82;   Gordon   McPherson,   282 |
Alice Murray.   240 ;  II..race  Mas*
terson, 280.
5ih Class.     Alex.  MoPherson
f,or>; Grace MoPherson, 898,
Ten, twenty and one hundred
thousand clubr are being formed
all over the country, and front
Lake not to be behind in anj
popular movement, organised on
Wednesday night at the Review
office a " One Million Club." Every
one present was'-enthused over the
proposition and the society formed
with a large and influential membership. Fred Mummery was elected president. Walter Phelan, vice
president and  Barney Rodenburg
see-trens. The membership fee
wart placed at $100 per aiiiiuin.
and the treasurer was requested to
put Up a $10,001) bond for the
safety Ol the OSSh on   hand.  .Any
strangers wishing to get in on the
i ground th.or will be given a discount of '2."> per cent.
Qrand Irish nighl on Saturday.
Gel there prompt at 8 p.m.and see  is now for sale at the Post Office.
it   nil.     Dancing   till ^midnight
Conic one. OOmS all.
The Review stock  of  stationery
now for sale at the Post Cilice.
Bee Betsy Baker on Saturday.
A fellow citizen who shall bo
nameless, but who knows a whole
lot about ranching, and whose
ancestors were ejected from the
Garden ol Fden for swiping apples,
recently answered an advertisement of a young woman who badly
wants a husband. Our citizen is
just the gent the damsel was looking for, at least, so says the answer
received from a matrimonial agent
at the coast, and a request is also
made for 55.00 to be forwarded as
a guarantee of good faith. Why,
it's cheap! $5 down, and the fair
one and her fortune securely packed
and forwarded cod. (Sub rosa.—
The party at this end will send the
money next week. — I'm, yes, perhaps not !)
One of our hockey stars whilst
playing against Ferguson last Saturday was playing to the gallery
in more than one sense. Every so
often whilst tlie battle raged a
wistful look would be cast at a
certain spot in the gallery, and a
smile of encouragement was as
often returned. And it so happened that a bit of punk play found
our hero on his " bitter end " a
little later. Needless to say there
were no move wistful glances la
the gallery, and no more encouraging smiles.
Steve Woods returned from the
coast tbis week.
You will never get wet feet and
feel at outs with your neighbor if
you wear Maple Leaf Rubbers.
A meeting of those interested in
getting up a Basket Hull club for
the coming season will be held at
Mrs. Will Crawford's next Thursday afternoon. This notice is in-
tended as an invitation to all who
wiih to participate.
Jack Nesbit left Monday to resume work on the Morning and
All the ladders were dragged outI Homestake on Rapid creek. There
and the whole cortege rushed is some good ore in sight, and it is
belter skelter to the reported out- the intention to get out a sample
break followed by every mongrel carload. Arthur Growing ol Cam-
dog in town.     Arrived at Brown's' borne has purchased an inl*
Fires and rumors of fires ! A
breathless messenger with scared
face, dilated ejes and distended
nostrils almost fell into tlie printing emporium this week, aud with
jerks he announced that d-d-d-d—
tbat is to say old man Brown's
shack was blazing. Now, Trout
Luke boys have a fire-fighting reputation second to none, and as is
usual on cold days, a large crowd
of, er—" men about town "—were
huddled around our stove, watching Joe sling type, and at .he sane
time keeping the heat of the stove
from the icy lingers of that long
Buffering automaton, besides doing
their level bests to extinguish our
fire with tobacco juice. In a second
the office was deserted. George
Yuill's feet scarce touched the
crust us he made for tbe fire alarm,
which he pounded mercilessly in
his usual manner. Frank Croff-
man, although handicapped by his
yellow leggings, did record time to
the Methodist '■ triangle " aud
beat ft solo, while he yelled
"Murder" by mistake. Everybody did something. The banker
snatched ft couple of pails and Mas
followed   suit   by   a  dozen   more.
Th.- represents!!
of the rich Lards
country.      Sent
any  address for
per un. in ii.IviiikI
—
al and General.
retbeivey, who  has
of station  agent   li|
•parture of P.  T. A|
'ed:nesday  for    Nell
i relieved by H.J, Hid
ie noticed that this is
!it larger than our ua
j hope  our patrons
ange, which will  be I
i paper in future.
-all smiles -is not it
or Mobbs.of Gerard, l\\
ith  the mill moving|
the  Lennoxville  He
•lit in it—fairly in it. I
ouble in Zioncity. Doj
she bounce and genej
roliva has got his job.
ck IV. was successful
last Satu.-day on Tr\
'alter Phelan.
has got in this wl
ts, vegetable and garf
owering   bulbs,    cloj
and  Garden City bj
•chdeacon Beer, ul Km
services in the Anglij
tt Sunday.   The servj
al and some exceedii
ic was rendered.
oward Crosby gave a
e Methodist church
night entitled  "An|
ern B. O. Indians."
ih illustrated  by lanj
There was a  very
te.    The rev. gentle^
ducted   services    in
; church on Sunday.
rho have books  fromj
•e earnestly rcpieste
im without delay.
ides Committee will
ty night at 8 o'clock.
dance is requested.
L. Masterson, Secret^
lerry, of the Silver
Wednesday's ooat  ft|
tday trip.
I Parker, inspectot
nil measures, is al
[lual inspection trij
cvesquc is leaving
lcasure trip throuj
st provinces.
four eye on the Lai
mining deals aroj
lat tho   Provincial
iitting, the Nelson
ut the  coinnins of
go which was naUftl
vel-headed   reader,
ng us news—and tin
e manner.
<BJ__us
SEEDS
| wus Between <e±o\rv una fuVw.
j^llUUO V» iCU.
slinger and Joe HJ
rn for a day's fishill
They secured   soraj
31011.
irns has   returned
trip t> the coast fill
Evans   has   sec^
uo for his hotel at
lllelllb    -   have 1|
nd tha grand opi'liif
t Saturday    We
. .-ii i
Jlson began In
the Aurora at 8 -^
i.  2fith   mst,  tho
I give n lu-ket Hal
i operations   cont|
•cer   grounds.   A
mode in a fewtfatftl
iry successful   dor
the   Alexandria h(
oat Monday night.
itht*  appearance
snow roads break il]
..._ is not all bon«y thei Ml
THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
i*. Printed nt Troul I.akerit.v, ana I'liblUlinl
»t f'oi'Kiunii uml I'l'i.iil l.nli    .ti i.  Mn.!
Tfl* l'l III.II' it-.i'S   lllll   fl.llil    loinsi'll'rs| eii-
«it>l» r.,i- ti,- 'iMiiiniiM nf oorrenpii up i I
).r.".s,'ii in lis columni
All loentM will he i-luii-e.l   ill   I li" i 'll.' »l !■'
oentH par Una, tirsi Inaorttnn, and looeuu !"'■
Ilncaaoli lUMequeni liuertlon.
Terra*for I'nti.siiiii ami other advertlalns
will lie made known ou application al odd
s itiiorlptlon H'.'.u.. ii rear, in advanoe.
KAIKN ISLAND INQUIRY,
We   publish   herewith    without
comment press opinions on the
report of thc committee appointed
to investigate the Kuien Island
transaction :
Nelson Economist : "The report
of the select committee on the
Kuien Island land grant was presented in tiie Iloiir-e lust Wednesday. It completely exom ates all
the members of lhe Gov irnment
from any suspicious dealing, and
funis that tiie bargain «as for the
benefit of the Province,    The gen*
XErout Xahc
Mater
Supplv tSo.
®
Hy using Water supplied ly th
Company yu are assured of aheo
lute purity,   Government Analyi ir'
I" back up suit.'inciits. :;::;:   ;
Hugh McPherson - - Supt.
toottotototommmto
Masterson,
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thstSOdoys
after date, 1 intend to apply to the I Ion,
Ohlef Commissioner pi 1 muls and
Works for a Special license tn cut nn.l
carry nuiiy timber from the following
described lun.la, Hituate.l In West Kootenay .Ifslriet.
From a post planted at Beldon Daney'i
in.ri lowest corner post marked P, J.
Devins's north east corner post, thence
west 80chains, thenoe south BO chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
cliaim. to point of commencement.
P.J. DKVINK.
Trout I.ake. B.C., Rov, is, 1005.
R. W- EDGE
Painter ~
Decorator.
TROUT    LA Ki
ll. 0.
NOTICE.
Notice il   hereliy   given   tliri1     ;''   li.
niter date I in'.'inl i" spplj to the Ohlef
('..iiuiiissiioiier.il' Lands and Wi    - loi
pedalI licence to cut and cam awaj' Watch-repairing,
; timber  from   tlie    full.living  ileriilu'l, •
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
.•ral  consensus oi opinion is that  l«!"1» situated In West Kootedaj Dis
trict.
etc.
Guaranteed.
All  work
the Opposition   would   have acted      .rem a post planted "n tliennrtli e
■ideof Lardean creek about \ mile
from Halfway creek ami marked 8e
Daney'i north-weal corner post, running
wisely  had  it never asked for the fdeei[Lardean creek about fc milueaal
Irom llulf.Miv creek aim niark.-il Sol.Ion
appointment   of   this   committee.
So'far   as  coin,-cling the lion rn-   '
CIAL COMPANY.
CouFAittaa \. i
thence west 80 chaina, theuce mirth SO
ment with wrongdoing  is concern*1 chainslo point ol oomnmncemeut.
ed, the report  shows  that the evi- L       ,  ,    ,,,,   ^U!^''^KY'
'            r ' Trout Lake, B.( .. Nnv. i1*. 1005.
dance given before the enmin   h
was not capable of such inns'ruction." CERTIFICATE OF THE REG18TRA*
Victoria Colonist: "Consistency
is a jewel, even in political war*
i ire.    The  Opposition   m imi
and the Opposition   press have re- , |„.r,.,)y Mrtify that the " (he-.
peatedly  complained   during   the Hill Mlufng Coninany," "_ on-Peraonal
..__..      , ,     , Liability "haa thia daj been registered
progress of the Kaien Island inves* MIU1 |*_t*a-provlm*ial Company under
tgation that the Government were '!"' " Companies Act, 1897," to carry
,,..,.       .          . oator effect all nr anv of die ohje.
delaying the inquiry and poatpon- tho-Company to which the '
ing the  revelations ot   those scan- authoritvof the JLegislatora of British
, ,         , , .,       . .       ...     ,   . Colnmbtaextends.
dalou*. details   with   which  their rU{. head offlcs of ths Company Is
lively imaginations had invested a situate at   No.  301   Qoinn-Sharpless
.*,,_.        ,-,                    . Building, S 1 tl. Street, in the citj
strictly business-like   transaction. Philadelphia in the county of Philadel-
Now that  the utmost skill of the phia awl Btati* ©I Pennsylvania.
,     ,        , ..     ,.          .  .       ,       ,  .,   , '1 he aiiiniinl ef llit* eniiita! ef tl;'-C'in
•leader of the Opposition baa failed pmy ia two hundred thousand dollars.
to discover anything that would aivided  mto  tw..  hundred   thoussmi
...      ,          .        ,                    ,      , shares of one dollar each,
justify  these   imaginings or  lend \ |„. head office of the Company in
the Slightest color to the Charges BO tliis 1'rovince is  situate at  the town of
....             ,         .    ,       ,        , Irn.it l.nke. und  Tliomat E. Khrehart,
insistently   preferred,  he has lost jdiue Manager, whose address is the
all his anxiety  for basic, and yea- ■'"'''''•is •*■• attorney f«.r tha Company. :
,               "  ,     ,, Nol empower! i to iaane snd transfer
terday, when  the Government re- itock,
port wan   ready  to  be laid on the The Coropany  is   specially  liri
_ ,,     ,,     ,_    ,      ,,      ,    ,   . anuer section 60of the said \.t.
tabe,  Mr.   Macdonald  asked   for The time of the existence of the ca
delay aa  the  minority rei irtwas L*ny is fifty ytara trom the »_ d
,          ...             •      , -Iulv, l'JOl.
not ready.     Uf cour-c. tlie cour- Given under my hand and seal
teay was extended, but at tbe cost '.•'"'" !," v'1*-,|,,ri»v_ it..-, in.-*- ol British i
. •                               ,          ,       , Colombia, thia 28n day oi October, one I
of the reputation of  the leader of thousand nine homlred and five.
OffilloWoBIoct tal Late, B.C
AH the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review." ::::::
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
W. H. Jones,
■Ms.
Mi
Lome
Printing.
I "af    Kinder*.,    Fin*.   Job
NELSON. B. C.
General
erchants,
V. Wool d.\.
the Opposition for consistency."
,.           ..          , _,              . . .. -istrar t.f Joint >•■ :k I   mpames.
Vernon News:   • Hie Opposition .      which this company is
haviog utterly failed to si..\v that established and registered are:
,i,„  i „_                         ., ■       ,              To  purchase oi   otherwise   ?■•
the   bargain   was   anything   : ^ upy   ,..,,.. ,.,.,...
good one, or to place a finger upon  lands containing gold, silver, oopper,
...,,     ,i ■ , ,       h'ail or other minerals:
a tittle of damaging evidence,, ha rwise to exti   l
fallen   back   upon   innendo   ami   r Id,   silver,  oo*>per, lead or
ii .,      •   . , .  ,    oth  r minerals:
slander, and   the infer, nee* which ,.rwif- ,„ ,,w, 0f
they would  have tbe public draw trail!    In gold, silver, copper, ienil or
*•...._   .i   .     i .. ;„ ui > "',!l'      inerals and any of the products
from  these despicable attai ... . ..Itlu'..r |iar,.
of the sort  which  appeal  i wof.
prurient go-sip- and lack the loun-	
!liltion uUpon   whi';            ;,',"!- I ASCELLATION OF RESERVE
honorable   or gentlemanly politi* 	
cian should stand." .._   D19TBIOC.
Phoenix Pioneer : " Ai -■■ ?kf'
asks most  pertinently, if it will '
* r -    .    |..s,.rT,,.
. i-h   irai nubl!»_•(!  In
■cl iiiiic.f an, Annual,
'   ' ii.ii l extending back «
not be in order  f..r  tbe tax pay. ' ' ■        "•"'. ••••• "f ,,">
.                                           '   • .. i k mi ui-. Canyon un<l
to ask  wbv  all this investi ati m   "''■   iieoneeiii I
• l. nliu, kivi'ii that Ihni |>rirtl.hi of tin*
into private sharacleri in the Kail un.noti r **.iii>-i. wm !iui,ihiini m
ihr. in . .,„,, ,1,. b.i.i iiaidl _7tl, Daoambar,
Island liiiiiiir'.'. that h;i.       ,. .Tcrloi u bell ..f inn.l eatendlna bet-
I lie i.e.mil .fhlim.Bt llhern.xl !<llsll««
"n  at the coast,      It is a dea 1 lure  °-*iy*>n, l« waclnded in so r.o .-,«it oovara
Iin.iif between the KlUilaa en..v.in nn.l
Mini, that the leader ..f the Ouno* •* P0,n| 'n tbaKiumai vaiiay, 'ii»t*.iit in.
. .                             ,                     ' utllea In a northerly direction rromUi* mouth
SltlOn, J.   A.   Macdonald, ol   Ro  of Kltlmal   Klver. and  n.m  Crown   landii
. Ibareiin will lie open to aala  pre^mpUon a**d
land,   has   not] accomplished  anv- °lli*rdlaSu»lllon under ttaaprovlatonaof tha
, .                  ,       ,'.,                                     " ' "i"1 *"'t.,'.i "...I ..I1-r tlieclKlilli   ■ith).lay of
thing worth while  b\   all ih 'Ineat: I'ruvlded thai u.e riuhi  ..r
tray of any ml I road mi ill not be Included.In
except to stir up matters  in which " aiacquiiett.
the Government haa no particular      ,„.,„,„. .,,„,„*,i.,„eri.,.ri*,'.i... w.,rk..
concern.   In ihort, aa far aa mix* '' *^ClXTS&i.i*+
in/ the Government up in a graft. I
ai ros expected, is concerned   ii   D ^_   -^ -__, _   - -, -,_.-^«  !
hus been it dismal failure."
E
Trout   Lake   City  Transfer
and Stage Line.
] Ferguson
Trout Lake
Beaton
a Daily Stege will
[ leave   Ferguson
7 a.m.
Trout Lake at fi
en
| WOOD   YARD
in connection.
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crawford
B
•si
la    the
NOW
tune fir ymi io
t" Buy Lota, fteeerwen
lhe Peoapeets . ( Ft v.*"a
».. I-i Igbt.
X
The Town of FERGUSON
will be one of the (4 res test
i>ie Producing Camps iu the
World. The ingh degree of
sneceaa achieved by the
triitm r.itis WEALTHY Hud
PRACTICAL BRITI8R and
A M ERICAN M I N1 Ml
Cj COMPANIES now operating
r«j there   is   a    tiibuta   lo   tbe
JO tremendoua wealth cf tlm hills
S-i n u u ui
REVRUTOKE    ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby _iven. In accordance with the statu es, that IV
vincial Itevenue Tax. and all ss-
sessed Taxes and Income Tax, aa*
sessed and levied under the Assessment Act and amendment!, nre
now due and payable for the pear
1906.
All lur.es collectible for the Revelstoke Apse isiiienl Disttiot nre due
nml payab u al my nlllce, situate
at the Court House, R< veil ink.,
This potice   in  i -nnsof |aw
IF
you wont to SELL
you v/e.-tt to i)UY
Correspond »ith the
15. C
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
il i.unit Proper*
-i.'.l en which i.-i... 1 terms
run lie baa.
Lardeau Mines Exchange,
" l.eview " Building,
Trou! Lake, B.C.
1
it equivalent to a pi   oi     i.mand ■—■*■——**»• —■■*»i>—«*»-^-»-»*-ni
by  ni''    to   ail   person-    liable   f'n  _j i j
taxes.
Dated at Uevelstoke, i;.c. this J. Y. Griffin & CO.
22nd day of January, 1906.
FRED.   FRASER, Celebrated   liranda   of   Ham,  llacon
Deputy Assessor and Collector, and V-m*,
Revelstoke Assessment District       nelson,      - B c
Maple
Leaf
R.uhbors
Best
Lo
Sell
Best
to
Buy
Best
to
Wee-*
Styles to
cover every
n ced fro m
fine city wear
to lumbermen's or miners' footwear.
Ihey arc all
just as honest
a.- the emblem
pipiifu'S.
J, Ms Co
Limited
Vancouver,
K. C.
Belling
Agents.
Lennoxville
E. MOBBS. PROP-
Hotel and
General Store
GJ_.RA RO
B   O.
The BEST Always !
IN FINE SHOES I
MINING 8HOE8 I
SHOE PACKS!
RUBBERS and
OVER8HOE8I
GERMAN SOCKS I
Uwlial  yon will grl If yon At, vinr buying
Witb ns.   Ho don't fotgfit, win li Whirling any*
liln g In Hie wn.v nf imil wm r lo .'all .111 111, or
drop a liin'.
II ROYAL SHOE STOFSR
Nelson, B. C.
ANDREW    &
CO.
Mail orilerp, carefully an.l promptly
attended to, Agent for sinter an.l Net*
tleton Shoes.
A. R. IIKVLAND,
I'UOVINCIAI. LAND BUBVKTOK
Mi.'ieral ('liiinia Survoyetl
POPLAR, KA8L0.
Public School, Hospital, snd
other Inatitationa. Excellent
Waterworki system.   Sue's,
."'■lores nuil Reaidences iliu-
minril hy K.'eeiririty. Dully
mail service. The townaite
is adosirably laid out Gel In
NOW mi tho ground Boor,
Lots can now ii» purchased
rKon
LP.
$75
T0WN51TE A(if-;NT
HENEY FLOYD
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
I
...
(I
I
ZSOOCi
Zbe lf.otcl Beaton
——:   ISEAl'ON.. B.C.
i
'?
VISITORS arriviiift at Beaton (ths threshold ..l ths Lardaai
vis Arrowhead, will Und il.ia Hotel to be full.' sqolpt
f..i lii'.li-eliiss trade,   liscsllent scconi lation.    A er
appointed and spscioug dlniua liall. The best ..l Wines, Bpiil
nn.l Cigars. Psrsonal gupsrvisl ■>> i. given to ths requirements i
patrons. \'isi|..rs to tin. 1 nriltmi run rely on comfort at tliin Imi*'
W. BOYD -:-
^€i-
<i>^^nKA■u■^4J^atr.x^>i>M»^Bm<x^w>Ciry:^^»^lm^r^^
Prop.
~ tt, I.,,., Maple
Leaf
Rubbers
Best to Sell
Best to Buy
Best to
Wear
Styles to cover every rn <• I
from the city wear to lam*
bi rmin'n or minora' footwear,
Thoy- tiro all j list as honest
,ib   the   emblem   Bignifii
J.LeckieCo.Ld.
Vancouver :: B  C,
SELLING AGENTS
Reduced to FIFTY
A  YEAR
CENTS
Legal Notices.
caanricATEs op impkovimkht.
NOTICE.
..•M«n Cheat N"  ''..   tioldan Client No.
J Fraction,  aiel  Lidie mineral claimi
•iiaatn in i'n rreit Lake Mining Diviiion ©f Wert Kootenay diatriet.
Wliare   located:   One   and   one   I.alt
ml.M  aonth'weat   frem   the   town    of
Tonlar, B, 0
Tata:.''..'*' tbat ! John Keen, free
miner'*, nartirl.'ate No. B83,S33, Intend
■ixty dayi af te data hereof, to apply to
'.In Uinti i Recorder lor I'ertilicates nf
Improvements for tha . rposeofobtain-
Ib| grown granti ■ 11 dmi
And further take notice that action
Bli'lor iectiori   Tu   BUSl H'ln ■• 1
b.loi* tha lafuani ■ ol Mich ci niflcate ol
linprorernei.ta.     Dated thii Slstdarol
Oeiohar. A    U., Itf0_.
.Nov 2 OS JOHN K
NOTICE,
r. ; per  ,'.; ■. ■ .       ■      iituate
■ .• di\ iaion o(
district.
. ei Silver Cup monn-
.   miles fr.mi Bilvei Cup
■
•* tbat I. Frederick Charlea
P.M.)     '       B88042, acting ai
- '    rirle*   L, Copp, KM C   No,
.   arid    McNlcholi,   I'M O
John   w. Westfall,
17964,  intend, cixtr .lay"
ipi |y in th.
i, r for   r Certificate  of
I   ; ■ of 00-
ailt of the   above
■   .       .tic* tt'at action,
mOSt   bs . "ininenred
• 'i Certificate ol Im
I for a
-. bear In mind
tha!   Trout   Lake   is   an
aummer   resort.      The
oate a re magnificent
SOTH i
Tom Bdwardl mineral rluini, Bit rin' o
in the 'trout Luke Mining Dll lion "I
Weit Kootenay diitricl
Wlrern located   On Bilver Cup mountain, ebont ljfi  milea  from  Sih
mine.
Take notice that I, Frederick Oharlet
Elliott, F.M.C. No. B88042, acting n*
air^'it for John W. Westfall, K. .c
No. B87004, Intend, sixty .la\ *• from
'.I"* hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate nl
ImprovemenU, for ihe purpose of obtaining a Crown (irant of the above
-laim.
An.l   further   take notice that action
under  section 37,  must  be commenci
bafore the issusnee Ol '  - tifl ai-
if Improvements.
Hate.1 thia llth .lay ol Aug.,A,D 1005.
11—8-06
New Idea
Woman's
Magazine
formarly
One
Dollar
_»
T**HIS Is the cluneal and beat
* Fashion Mig&liia now be-
fora Ihe American pilbllc. It shews
New Ideas la Fuhloca, In Millinery,
In Embroider y, In Cookln|*. In
Woman's Work ar.d In Reading;
beautifully IIUrstr.ttM In colora and
In black and white. Above all, ll
shows tbe very f__ilonable Npw \vrj.
StyISS, mad*) Irom Nrw Itt* Pat-
Tzann, which cosl only IOC each.
Send Five Cents To-day
lor.j!n<;1. crwi the Nr* Ipsa VVouah'i
Maiiaxihb, arid to. wr.ir (real valua
lor tba nr.tiey ll can flva you.
Tat.  !?rw tOSA PUBLISHING- CO.
638   Broaitwajr,   Saw  York,   H.   V.
It puyi to n«.r the Telephone, A
leiiKiliy trip can often bs saved, Offices
at Ferguson! Cummins' Store; Trout
I.ake, Pu|t Office ; also at liealon, Comaplix ami .*. i ."oi.li.■.*'!.
MOTH K T.i   Df.l.I.Nvii.'KNT CO-OWNElf-.
To James lirant,  K.  ii. M acl cod at!
Jann*«i Bonohier, or to   whomaotv.
they mav have transferred their in
lereat in the Male ri.inerai claim.
Take notice  that  I,  the node
co-owner with you in   the Mate mineral
claim, situate on Smith aide of Lardean
river l.etw-eii Rapid anil Poplar creek"
ni the Trout l.nke Mining Division of
>\*. *>t Kootenay, have performed thi
nece«aar> work and made the necessary
izpendlture on tbe above men
.aim for ti.e years 1901 a'. I !'■
.r ler tu bold the same under eertion "4
if the Mineral Act. arid tie yearn lor
a hich fuel work waa \ . : i . i-
pendlture made having expired, I licre-
..' ^-i\e yi.ri notice that if within90days
i" n ilia tirrit pol it . hereof yon
'ail or refuse to contribute your ;
■hare ol inch expenditure and
nt jronr
al claim will
■ un   (rt ^nc I
indei and by vu        I •       in t • .' tl.e
■;. Iment Act, 1900.
Date*' at rrout  lake this I7th .lav of
Inly, l JAMES 8NELL,
Co-Owner.
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i • _   .,.
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and rocially. A NEWSPAPKR
of GENERAL CIRCULATIC:*,
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necessaries.
In THE TWICE-A-WEEK
SPOKESMAN-REVIEW will
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agriculture, mining, literature, aa
well as the local happenings in
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and continued stories, its "Answers to Correspondents," and
"Puzzle Problems" combine to
form a home newspaper that at
$1.00 per year can nowhere be
excelled.
!'»r*rapa >■_ ha»a aomathlnj to aall—a farm,
I   ■.■        farm  mat-hlnary      Vou   may   wlah   lo
.      •'... nf     Tl-.. brit p-.i.ti!. we  •
m'.rCcala *ll*i pa-.pla who art.a to buy  or a.ii
la by It.aart'nf a amali aSvartlMmeni   in '.ha
B;, .Hainan Havttw.    Tha prlcr la tha aa-ma In
tl v  an!  lha  T*l. • a V. »en.
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
ARROW   LAKK,  B.C.
***-?_-_•*.»
Under   New  Management.
HARRY  McINTOSH.
01 tho Hoffmann House, Roflsland,
Proprietor.
a -j-s su »
Ths Moat complete health r»iort on
the continent of Xortli America. Accommodation*, for 100 (rueita. flood
Sshing, boating and hunting.
Terms $12 00 toflS.OO per weak, according to residence in hotel or villaa. A
doctor in atteridance.
Tor further partiaulara apply to
Harry  Mcintosh,  Propris&r
HALCYON HOT SPRING8.   v
Balmoral Hotel.
%;(fi
Visilora to  Pergtlion  may  rely upon  tlm ttry beat nt
accommodation  *t thia  well-known hotel.    Koomi ara
well furnished  thioui;hoiit.    The )'.ar  i* ttocked villi
a choice aaiortmeut of palatablu qiiauchara.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
Alitor:* if r.tlng a •ktirli rand r1i*itcrirtinn mr»7
fjulr'iijf uottrtaln ouf opinion fr#u irnatJicf an
1'iv.tiM'in It probably p«Mit*bl«. < i mmunlrv
*    ru r  iifl'I'Mi'inl. IlandtKmlc mi I'at .uu
!*   i fr.-i . < 'Mm. mMtncy tOT rorurunr pattiiti.
I'nUiiti talan thr<'Uf-h Munn A ( o. re««lr«
tptrutinitu-t, without coarf a, in tho
Sclcisfific Jfmericam
A fcanftiinirly llluilrtfad w«»«lrlT.   I Atgmti c\r-
i      . < r a- r -ih".i.i'..* V ..nml.    'IVnii-i. |3 a
fur; f'nr mi ntbi, . i. Ifilrt hjil) n>ati1<M<ri.
JNfi^Co,=0,Cr<"j*-'NcwYo^
Dria. 0 ..'.'..<. 8.T. V SL, TTojLIuji^o, ll, ..
_*-).'",**Pa.    ~~~**ffr*~»l«**Z'<''l
%T. M'-.-._ ,*»»v»or*iLj<-iii'>***l .tr
»&*
A
Pointer
The Strand Hotel j
ROSSLAND    I
IS
THE
Place to Stop at
E. R. VIPOND
Trout* Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
•I*. ,;-_
IT  DOESN'T C'.ST MUCH-
4
18 WORDS
24 WORDS
1
i
1
1
1
-
Tf y -.  wuh io r***-\ btttlMM nii»n ani new.
oomara,  jio tht LAli.'f.    r'»*-*-»itr«, *•    »   mk,
c  and mlaarf   (*i.;   tx*  "-WiOK-A-
WCSK.
Reviev/ Job Dept.
^'or High-Class Work.
WHEN IN BOS8LAND.
Davi3 <Sb Lodc-r
Props.
L
Stable* at Trout* Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Royal   Hotel
Fancy Bar,
/Yiuelcal Entortelameai
Bulletin  Deard, Worl_'»
H MlnlnnNswa.
I
E. L. MORAND. -  PROP.
Excellent    Accommodation
Best* Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   631
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Lardeau
Hotel
B^a
to
I  Sandy Laufthton
I'ruiirleJ.ir.
li.'N fiaiting Ferguson you
slmuld eta*, al tbe Lardeau
II i' I. licic the »i r
will b'* surrounded with
li. me comfort a. Excellent
cuiKJne. well ventilatt I
hii 1     waini    rooms,    irt'll
stocked i.ar, and everything which
iivilri towards making your visit a
plettaaut anrl memorable one.
Elates fi.itn |1  day tijwiir.is.
Wi' strive tu plcaae mir patrons.
FERGUS
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'1AGKINN0N  and
SUTHERLAND
OV_l.VJ_WiVv5RaJ
msm *
**wr
General
Merchants.
FERGUSON - - B. G.
-**""*r^*l-%    '*^.*-w
3   _
^^Sfc) ^t£3?*^
C1TYP
M
THERE Iihtc been fnrtiinra
made by judicious invest*
ment in Kml Estate, anil
more fortunes will be mini.* than
ever the n**xt two or tlm** years,
The ono wh" rsnjis the himr' I is
the original inventor, for he line
hla iiiiinev on a certainty,
Now let ill poiut OUtto v.v.t that
there i«- no batter spot '.n rbr Con*
tin"n< to itiv R«„l K.t\te thsu
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake Is the |.rett;*,stij><.t
in the Kootenays : ns a iiloamirc
regort it boa no equal. Boating
an! fishing may be Indulged In
thu year round ; while bi<* game
in abundance ia to the found on
the hills. Ita climate ia superb,
there b.ini* no greal extremes, it
h ing iniiil in winter mnl oool i"
summer, It can beast uf some of
the tinest hotels ami residences i.i
Hritiali Columbia. Its stri eta are
well laid .'lit nn.I graded. There
ar,* twn excellent general stores,
aiui a ;:lnr..'.* at th* advertisements
in this journal *ill show that nil
trades are fairly well represent d,
Write  with confidence to Agents.
H. McPherson
Agent.
Trout Lake, B.C.
«** *
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.
..  ..
..  ..
Then call on
or   writs to
Ik
l«L
m.
:j?/£^
_?;--
ST has never had a ^bcom "—its
growlh haa hern steady. It is
the I."ml of navigation, and
the terminal cf tho Lardo'branrb
r.f II e O.PJL All roarli (In ths
I.ariiemi) lead to Trent Lake. It
la the commercial centre of the
richest mineral dUtrict on the
continent, and has banking fiiriii-
liet provided by the Imperial
Hark of Canada ; firat-class school
aicoinm.'ila'ion under the iiir.e-
Hon if B.Shannon,B.A.; a ponl
wain system ; government . ffx.»;
C.iuuijr Court alttirp«; Methodiat
Episcopal aid Anglican churches
ai <1 cottage hoapital.
There are valuable raneh landa
nn the outskirts aweitini. eeltlers.
T.a lumber resources are magnificent, anil a band saw mill with a
capacity of 80.000 ft. per day Is at
the head of the lake. Tl e mlnee
tributary ore | roving out bi(*per
prodUOWl ever*- y. ar, wilh' naw
proepecta opening up rich bodies of
i.r.'.
There will be a big rush tkis
year, so if you would know
mute, write at once to either of
tlie rig.'iiia at the ailiireaaca below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.O.
_ti
a iuiuiuiuaiuiiiau.aaiaiaiuuuiwwu4uuiiuii4.uiuiiuiuuiwuiu,uiwwwww
The representat
of the rich L.inleJ
cmuitry.      Sent
nny aodreaa for
per art. in ndvaucl
No. *;]j
IjrJWllM^Jttltj,.
al and General.
rethewey, who has \i
ti of Btnlion agent 1^
feparturo of F. T. Al
'ed!ncsd:iy for Nel^
relieved by If. J. 11 i<
c noticed that this in
mt larger than our un
*« hopo  our patronB
banp,e, which iiill  be I
i paper in future.
all  Biniirr    is not iti
r Mobbs,of ("erard, tli
th   tho  mill moving!
the   Lennoxville Ifq
jht in it—fairlv in it.
ouble in Zioncity. Doj
die bounce and genej
''oliva has got his job,
ck IV. was successful
last Saturday on Trij
'alter Phelan'.
has got in tbis wl
ts, vegetable and gard
owering   bulbs,    clot
and  Garden City la
•chdeacon Beer, ul Ks
services in the Angli
it Sunday.   The servl
tl and some  exceedinj
ic was rendered.
oward Crosby gave a
e Methodist  church
night  entitled  "Ai
tern B. C. Indians,
ta illustrated   by lanl
There  was  a  very
te.     The rev. gentleJ
ducted   services    in
; church on Sunday.
rho have books  from|
•e earnestly  requeste
em without delay.
ides Committee will
»y night at S o'clock.!
dance is requested.
L. Masterson. Secret^
lerry. of the  Silver
Wednesday's  Doat  ff
iday trip.
Parker,     inspectol
nn_   measures, is a
Cial inspection trii
vesque is leaving
pleasure trip throuf
}st provinces.
your eye on thc Lai
j mining deals aroj
hat tbo l'rovincial
litting, the Nelson
>ut the coliirnus of
ago which was nouaj
jvel-headed reader,
ing us news—and thj
le manner.
Slinger and Ji>e   Hi
mi for a day's  fish"
They secured   somj
,1 anon.
turns has   returned
trip t> the const citl
»r   Evans   has   scc|
►nse for his hotel at
0  memb . -   havo bj
nd thc grand opanlj
tt Saturday.    Wo
b sui'ccss.
.Ison began his asss
i the Aaron at H^
h.   26th   iiiKt,   -lie
ill givo a bnalret U.iIJ
e  operations   con
icer   grounds.   A
made in a few xlaysJ
ery  succesaful    'iui
the  Alexandria h|
last Monday night.
«__UilJ»
SEEDS
| was DciWyen frttAAt ttuu ivvw.
ilUUU vm .cu.
th the  appearance ol
he snow roads breakij
...g is not all hon«y tbed Job Prmting of every description will be faiihfuSiy executed at the Review Job Dept
 l"Tf II ll
Ferguson
Frsighting
and
Packing
Outfit.
^
Co a tracts entered into fur packing ..f Mining Happlles, ece.
in an" |...int 111 tiie district,
lioo.l, prompt service, aud nny work undertaken guaranteed
satisfactory.
5. DANEY, Prop.    Ferguson.
l._:g/vi_
1' i: _ D C. ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER. NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Troul I,ake, 11. C.      and Ferguson.
<!,'..,s. Mi-i'iirtiT.
J    A. Ilnrvi-jr
W.   Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to tlie
Townsite.
Get a Home
For   Yourself.
Don't" Pay Rent.
Easy Terms.
O.B.N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Snrveyed
and Crown Grants Obtained
tt«*td«nc«—Next Kei:urd.O**dce,
Trout Lake, 11 0
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO- LTD-
Hardware, Mmera' Br   plies, Stoves
and Ranges.
rsiEH-Sor.. B.c
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
H.ad Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
CAPITAL PAID  UP.  $0,000,000.00
RESERVE   FUND 3,900,0OOC0
TOTAL ASSETS       39,000.000 00
Ii. It. WII.KIK, President. ROBKKT JAFFRAY.'Vloe-Proa.
BRANCHES   In tha ^Provinces of Allierta, 3aakatohetran, British Columbia,
Manitoba, Ontario ami Quenec.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.—Deposits rei-eived and Interest allowed at highest
current rate from .late of opening >.f account.
Omit*. Hold avallabla in nil partanf Oan&da.
United state") and Europe.
Hpeoial attention given lo eolleotli.tr*. mnl
Mining Bonda.
A.M. PINKHAM.
HARVEY McCARTER _ PINKHHAM
SOLICITORS, lvrc.
REVELSTOKE    B.  C
'Viiii'iinrr. ior Imparts) iia.ni. of Canada.
w. l. BRIUG8        .1. M. BCOTT,u-.B.
Scott & Briggs
Barristers nnd Bollcitori
Bolieltors for Molaon'N Hunk.
REVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
• cX&ti*-****^?.'
UK SERVE,
Timit I.ake Branch—
T. B. BAKOR.
n.'infliter.
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
.addle, Puck and Cartage Hordes Always for Hire
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
Daily stake leaves   Beaton at 12 "'clock for Trout l.nke Eertcuaon and Camborns
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Lake for Ueaton at 7 a.m.
Brunch Stables at Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne
Itir.lIT OF WAY  KOI!   RAILWAYS,
KIT.
Notice i*. 11'H'l.v given that all Crown
IhiiiIh all.nil tlie located line*. .( any rail
way. power, or tramway company, incorporated tinder authority ol the
I-egitilatiire of this Province, and l.uv-
ini* a width ol fifty (.riO) led on im h
Hide of caiil lines, are reserved Ior right
ol way pnrpcaoe for audi railway, |«>wi'r
oi trutmvav company.
W. S. (KIRK.
Paputv Com. of Landa and Works,
lands A Worka Dept.
Victoria K.C., 3rd Oct., 1906.
[jjT*"0« t. _.»._>• SMW*C <t4 i.r v3 POW-f  .'- OiJq*!^^'
[ City Drug Stored
i       l     PROPRIETARY
j MEDICINES
I PRESCRIPTION
!      i
WORK.
J
Hcli.>..! Supplies,
__ Toilet Artlolei.
S Eta
Bi     STRICTLY CASH
L
> — -     A FULL LINK OF CHOICE 81'AI IllNERV      M
9 l_t "
Lt r. i   _^ r.
SJS-i-**.** «_-t*-c^«*(g- r**
OOtt« -£*-*._•, _*.
j
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
Best HoteJJn Town,
Healpien for Iniii aud ComniGrcial Her.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROP
TROUT   LAKE   LOPliK    I.O.O.F.
NO. 41
lingular nieetlnr" held In
ud.lf.ll .nr**   Hull   every
I'h.'.'Ihv nlclit al    *■
o'rliH-b      .Milling   bf itb*
<>r>curtlir.lly valeoma
.). Jaeobaon, N. Q, I
P. M. Shepherd, sr
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No. 89,
A.R & A.M.
,'lrd   Thursday each
B      in.iniii.
Bojonrnlng Brethren cordially Invited,
;<. Forddred.Bec. V C. Campbell wm.
a2_BB^SSBES9SS_*S_SS_3SE9BJ
| lEe Lardeau Brewing
 Company	
Lager Beer
and Porter.
Draft <2_ Bottled.
!a2B_5g_5&JK5£3SSH5BB_S3BBEe_B <
NOTICK
Tenders for Mineral claim forfeited lo
ihe Crown.
Tenders  will be  received   by .iie undersigned   lip   to   12   O'clock,   llOOn,   "l:
Tuesday, the 6th day of February. 1 ''...
for the purchase of the undermentioned
mineral claims, which were forfeited •
the Crown at the Tax Pale held in the
Government office at Kaslo, B.C., on
the 7th day of December, I'.iOi.
To be considered, all tenders must he
ai least equal lo thc upset price, as
given below, which is equivalent to the
amonnt (or which such claims could
have been re purehased bv the owners
on the 30th of.Iuna, 1905, together with
the taxes which have accrued lines the
tax aale, the cost of advertising for
tenders, and Crwwn Grant fee.
Claim Ix>t No  Unset price
Consolidated Virginia 391.     $45,05
Elk 3993       lo I..
Speculator 3994       44.00
Each tender muBt be accompanied by
• certified cheque for the full amount
thereof, payable at par at Kaslo, 111
favor of tne uiideitiitned. The cheques
of all unsuccessful tenderers will be immediately returned.
K. E. CHIPMAN,
Government Agent, Kaslo, u.e,
H. N. Coursier
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
©K
I Barber Sbop
 FOR A	
Qood Shave or Hair Cut
— CALL ON	
William Schnell,
KKKGl'SON.
I	
Hot and Cold Baths
-v-s^-sjt**^-***-*. _. «_=S*_Stjt Si
J
Aciiiuntanl,     ....       Auditor.
J. 0. MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
latrine company's'  interests carefully
looked after.
Agent for Ooiirlav'i. Pianos
FLOUK=
-FLOUR
FIRE    INSURANCE
LOS8E8   PAID   PROMPTLY
Write for Rates.
Starfreg & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS in Butter,
Evk«,    Cheeje,    Produce    and   Fruit
Houston Bk..Josephine St. Nelson, B.C.
Imperial
Barber Shop.
For Good Haircnttlog and
HlmviiiK go to
NOTICE.
The ordinary annual generul
meeting of the Primrose Gold Mining Company, Ltd. Liab., will be
held at the office of the Company,
Trout Lake, B.C., on Friday, February 2nd, 1906, at 8.30 p m., for
the purpose of electing directora
for thc ensuing year and such
other business as may be properly
brought before the meeting.
J. M. MILLER, Sec.-Treas.
Dated at Trout Lake, 15.0. 2nd
day of January, 1906.
Ths B. C. ASSAY nnd CH ./IICAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
V.aoocTKH. B. C.
Headquarters lor Aasayers, Mining and
Mill Supplies. Sole agents ill B. C. for
Morgan Crucible Co., Hattemca, Enp-
land; F. W. Braun A Co.'a Patent Cary
Fnmacea, Burners, etc. ■ \S'm. Ains'-
worth A Co.'s Fine Balancos. etc., ale.
G. A. CHEESEMAN
Tl'.OUTI.AKKCITY
Hot and   Cold  Baths.
Raymond
$3.50 per 100 lb
NOTICE.
During the  Winter  Months our Store will
be open  from   8  a.m.  to  7   p.m., except
Saturdays and nights preceding holidays
*f%* Iju l*KAoItJC? i*_^i
Lake
FLOUE=
=^=^=FLOUR
V.M. Westfall & C >.
Mining Krokers,
Mining I'ropfrlius llfnorlod On.
Mines and Prospect* lloiighl ftnd Mold,
Mining Prop*rti_»U>oIced Alter for Nou-ltcsl-
dent*.
I.arrli'Hii   I.... i. [i
Kemirdlng llllln-
Trout Lake, B. C.
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
* Essaying »
Gold or Silver $1 50
Gold and Silver $2 00
Silverand Lead  2 50 i
Copper    1 001
Zinc $1 601
5   SHANNON, Assayer
Trout Lake. II. C,
TROUT LAKE  B.C.
ar well Supplied with Liquors & Cigars
Large Comfortable Booms,   Excellent Cuisine and Attendance.
Madden & Levesque
Props
FBurns &Co
WHOLESALE'  AND   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
DMlerslo <*ll kin'In o. i.'rti:*,.i Ment
TROUT LAKE, B.C
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
RAW FURS
CASh   PHJCE5   PAID
.70.
*

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