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TROUT LAKE CITY, B.C.,    FEB, 3,   1905.
No, 18,
he WinsSow
FKEB GOLD PROPERTY 0_
SILVER GUP SLOPE TO BBj
DEVELOPED.
truce White Takss Hold
Ferguson Items.
■Of
this Group Which is Thought
hy K.\| erts in be :i Grand
1'i't. Milling Proposition.
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George Parker was down from
the Silver Cup mine on Saturday.
Mr. Porter was in from Camborne on Tuesday on a visit to his
wife, who is an inmate of th" hospital.
Will Skinner has gone on a visit j
to Cranbrook,     He  will return in
a few days with his daughter^
Wal.  Archibald,  Jim  Lindley,
iiiinl Dan MoRae came down from
the Kettle L. on Tuesdayfor a day.
The Ferguson
Carnival.
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Lake Localets.
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th
Success crowned   the efforts of
e management of tho Ferguson I T,ak0 teaii showed a
Skating   Rink   on   Tuesday  last.
Throughout the* day the mercury
had hovered around the zero mark,'
so the  Ice whs in good har'
dition.    A largi   crowd   were up j and JacS Crawford, Toll was able
from Trout Lake, and a party made (,,   beat   I.au
tho trip from Camborne.   The first
part of the
nearly did,  the trick again for the ,.
homesters  as  the whiBtle mounded    !
the interval.     Ferguson 1, Lakc0.*|j!
Immediately   on  the   resumption4$.&++*4^±4.^^14$+^4^++*$
Cliffe sco_ld for Ferguson, and the     ...» ,    ,      . ,    , „
„j     Ine crowd who viBtted Ferguson
on Tuesday night  to root for the
local players returned (with one or
two exceptions) in the small hours
home supporters won1 the " smile.
On the game steadying down the
deeidod superiority at mid-ice work, and it was
noticed they were gradually shutting the opposition in. From a
con* J clever bit of manceuvreing by Will
A Rich Strike
at Poplar.
FRANK MARCUS AND GEORGE
GILBERT STRIKE A BIG
SHOOT OF ARSENICAL IRON
F
Word was received hero yesterday from Jim <ir.int, who at pre-
. .nl Nelson, that the Wlnslow
bad been bonded by Bruce White,
As Mr. Graill is heavily Interested
in the property  in question there
Can   he   11.1   di lll'l of   th
of th" information.
< 1" this property ia ai
it with  a soft 'tin.
ly this success the Lakesidere
evening was given to|f0Vjght [ik,. demons for the mastery
tho.return  hockey  match between
the* Trout    Lake   and   Fcriruson
Th
othi
the development of the Silver Cti]
mountain. El i- also gratifying to
rn iv who know the property that
mi capable a man
Fred Johnson went up to the
silver Cup on Wednesday.
Lee Chism, an old-timer In the
camp returned from Sandon to dig
lure.   Lee says tho Lardeau looks,
good to him
Ed. Ward has joined tho mining
gangaj the Nettie L.
Fred. Eraser, gold commissioner,
r step in 1 p.,jd mi official trip to the town on
Tuesday,
hoi
ding eiir.ne'iv of
accuracy
bonding
.\  few   minutes  later the cheers'
from  the   visiting supporters de-
teams, and  by ihe time the teams huU,i  „,..,   the citv  1)!ayerg }lfU|
goi through again, and even the
ranks of Tuscany could scarce forbear .'i fchecr. With the game at
level pegging and but five minutes
'1, and tii-
uraeefl   bv  tn« ciicers of   '.heir
lined] up the
tin-rink whs taxed  to its utnio-t.
It    was ""generally ' thought   that
the hoys from the Lake would turn
the tables on  their opponents for ;,, go excitement tan
the 4 to nil drubbing administered ,.,.111-a-ii!  bv the cln
Perseverance   Rewarded
of the morning.     The  one  or two
exceptions fell by the wayside, but
that's another story,
I).  T.   MeTavish,   representing] 	
the Scran ton School of Correspond-J Both Men Have Stayed with the
Camp and Arc Hopeful
Mr. White has
secured control, ns it guarantees
the property being worked in a
manner which will, if at nil possible, n.nk.  1 mine out of ir.
The bond is for bctwi n $45,000
:u d 160,000, The owm i - of the
property are Win Bennett, 1'. II
Murphy. W. Davy. No! O'DoneU,
and J, Grant The property was
located four years ago, but it was
I 1903 that the
rich strike was heard of.     lien a
the si. ■■ coming 1 ..ilier than usual
1 In- world wiw not to Want until
the following Spring what thc
property was like. By the irony of
fate the mining Industry was undergoing a severe strain at this
juncture all over the Province ami
110one with money could be induced to investigate the pi..perty
from which they were obtaining
gold assays fn m $28 to $1000. A
tunnel has K i u driven for a dis-
tancc oi 60 r 1 •..
Changes at the Bank.
While the i iti/.i ns of Trout Lake
and Ferguson have no complaint
lo nuke of the treatment given
them by the Imperial Bank author
ities in financial matters, we have
n grievance against the " powers
that he" ol that institution for thc
way   in   which   they  switch   their
managers. Mr. W. Macdonald,
tho first representative, had no
oonci won tho confidence ol the
pcoph' than he was transferrer] to
Alberta, and Mr. E. K. Boullbee
was installed in his place. It ir
now learned that Mr. Boultlwe will
be r moved t>> Arrowhead, where
he will i.iok alter the big financial
transactions which are going on
there.
\V< I ike ihi> opportunity of ex-
pr.   sing  ii"t    only   OUT  own. but
also of everyone who h.i- had nii\
dealings wilh  Mr.  Boultbee eitherI"    ,
, .   . I Week.
«>f a social or financial nature, regrets that he is obliged to leave
Trout Loke. For nearly a year he
has been with us, and in that short
time has won' the regard and es-
i' 111 of all those wilh whom he
has come in contact. We wish
him nil prosperity in his in w location, and congratulate Arrowhead
on Its receiving into citizenship a
man who is nlive to tho necessities
and requirements of a growing
place. Mrs. RoilllhceV absence
will, also ho felt both in church
and social circles.
Mr. T. It. Barker) wbo.it present
is on the Revelstoke staff, will assume the management on Mr.
Roul'l'ie's retirement.
nn..11.'. Sandon, raid
in I'll.-day morning.
father is making his
visit to hi" '""—'
large
Rev  I>. J.
mass in tow 1
The reverent
u>ual periodica
pastorate-
Hosts  Powers and Gunn, from
Camborne,   were  visitor?-   to our
rink on Tuesday with their better
half-.     The former was  accompanied by a rig full of little Powers'.
Johnny Morgan returned to his
old stamping ground ou Friday
night. II. has for the past two
months been testing the curative
qualities "f the dip at the Arkansas
Springs. Ho returns full ol vigor
to tackle thc unfinished work at
the Tonowanda tunnel
There is a man in Ferguson who
will lay 2 to 1 that Portions can
heat any skater in the Lardeau
over a two-mile course. With the '
ice on the lake in good condition,
what's the matter with finding an
Opponent and letting the two speed
merchants haven cut bore on Car-1
nival Day ?
The bi-weekly meetings of the
choral society continue to he well
patronized. Last Sunday n Service of Song was well rendered.
George Proulx has joined the
culinary corner at the Nettie L.
After the match on Tuesday
night several of our thirsty jubilant* were escorted down the pike
to the air of "The Caudles are
Coming."
The newly-wedded couple, Mr.
and   Mrs.   W.   Boyd,  arrived at
Beaton on Sunday night. The
following night lisurprise parties "
were on the premises, nnd the
• hiv. was kept tip until a late'
hour to the music (?) of the tin-
can hand. We hear there was
enough champagne drai'k to Ooal
a ship.
Sipiire Thompson  was up from
Beaton  the li-st part of the week.
It appears that lie had lo siwash
I a local celebrity down there lust
We also understand that
the jiiilue wai boomeraugod.
There is enough ore on sight at
(he   Nettie   L.   to   keep the "i-Mile
plant running a lifetime.
Mrs. Mimics has taken up her
residence iii town for the balance
of Ihe winter.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. (irillits, of the
Ferguson laundry, returned lasl
week end from Spokane, where
they have been visiting for some
live weeks.
|)r. Ncwconibe is kept busy officiating as  referee  in  nil the local
hockey matches, which position he
is filling lo ll"' satisfaction of all
l'ie players and lhe spectators.
a week ago-liut those who had BUpportlrs lioth side, put in all
foretold a "squeese-Iiome" victory they knew. Ferguson had the
for the Uke boys were out in their useful &ack of scoring when they
reckoning. The Ferguson t
which with one exception was th
same which did dmy a week pri
vi.iiis. arose as one man totl i i eca
am. i
IC.'i'
the
sion and kept their bppone
the losing side of the hei
next they meet The gam<
self was very exciting, hit
were not many of those
lapses which marked the first gamp.
When  Ferguson   nnd   Trout 1
meet in a friendly dust-up* things
arc generally spirited, hut not a
single instance of ill-humour or
roughness jarred the meet, nor had
tin back  division, and before
Inch had  ticked  the requisite
id-- the Payroll centre hud put
occa- ,.,, two lucre goals, leaving therriai
■'.-earned victory of 1 to 2.    Fori
he home team  E. Crawford, Por-j
in it-  I ■ •;-  find  Benson were conspicu-
'" ■''■ ously successful, whilst thi Craw
cteiitific <i,ud boys nnd Woods were-tie | ii k
of the visitors.    Toll also played
well,   -coring  both  goals  for   hisi
to assert his fencing
the referee
powers.
Immediately on the signal fir
tl. ■   ■'•i.i.'ueiicvmen'.   :>I   | ..      1 '•
gUSon  secured and notched a .
Everybody was struck with   i
ment at this lightning like open
ing. but tor the next fifteen minutes Ferguson wen- kept mostly on
the defensive.     The  shining light
of the Lake team  thus far   was
Oswald    Woods,   who   effectually
minced   thc  combination   of   tin
home string.   The Lake were having llx _hett.r of the exchanges,
but  powder was lacking for   the
nn- : Trout L*ke—0. V,"
hulxi   if. McArthur, .1. Craw-
.'. Langatiiffo,  W. Crawford,
nnd ,M. Toll.
Ferguson-E. Crawford, .1 Lauder,
-   Sliuger, E  C. Benson F. barber,
W. (llffe an i II. Porlcous.
Afe r the   i itch a merry cr wd
Un   ton
i-,. at- niiilni'il.t.
MISSING.
i ■ r;*e Vincent, who left Lardo
in Februarv UI02, to go to work
with a railway construction gang
at Field. B.C., is missing, and his
friends would feel grateful for any
information as to his whereabouts.
Communicate with John Gamble,
finishing touches.    Lauder in  goal  g parj8 .;r.,.. Montreal. Que.
novor had much difficulty in keep-1        . ___.
ing the puck out.   A Bplendid'ebeckj    17 \[t low / ro was : j-istcred hen
and break through by Cam Bern
.mi ing.
\ Cut this out
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Wear it in your Hat   /
I
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a
Trout Lake B
February 14th.
<_r se>
TeU Everybody- 'Spiel the Bonspiel
ence, was in lowu on Tuesday
attending to the need" of clients.
He also journeyed to Fcrguscm'tind
o-Mile.
Sandy Laugh ton and Dad Black,
two of Ferguson's popular hotel
men were visitors during the week.
Pat Cantwell, wl. > runs the
N*i ttic I. compri ssor came down on
Thursday to see city life. He was
accompanied by .lack Convery.
Mr. Convery is lhe unlucky man
win. fell down a winze at the Nettie
L mini some three months ago.
We are pleased to report that he
has fully recovered from his injuries, and will return to duty next
Billy McLean is haul at work
gi tting the machinery installed in
i new bi wery, nnd also putting
in his summer stock of ice.
Tl I •■ .; I oy ihipped a car of
re :'■■.'■■ week. Tl. ovi rage will
run close to $150 per toh. Until
navigation opens again their output will be stored in the C.P.R.
freight sheds.
East Kootenay produced last
year. 540,000 ozs. of silver.
lack Knn.-t came in from
Camborne on Tuesday. He re-
1 iris matters progressing favorably
along oi velopment lines in the
several properties operating there.
The production of coal and coke
in thc Province for 190-1 exceeded
that of 1903 by $2,000,000.
Acting on a suggestion made by
the Review a couple of weeks ago.
a billiard tournament is being ar-
ranged for.   About 30 names have
] been secured, and a meeting will
be he'd at Mrs. Jowett's hotel next
Monday evening at 8.30 o'clock to
arrange matters.
| will be a big turn  out of those i
'. terestcd.
Frank   T.   Abey, C.P.R. agent,
j received word last night to Ao^~
up tho agency until further notice.
This is occasioned by the heavy
ice at the foot of the lake, which
has put a stop to navigation. This
will be an hardship on all during
thc remaihdi r of tlie winter but as
we have no redress wo will 1 ave to
grin and bear it. We trust however, there will be no time tost in
the spring in getting tin* st -amer
running again.
of n  Biir  Reward.
Two prospectors in tin; Poplar
Creek district who have stayed
there since the fir-t discovery of
gold in the valley have at Inst
struck it rich, and every miner in
tho Larneau rejoices with them.
The Marcus and Gilbert claims aro
known to nil the Poplar mining
men.
John Nelson, spoke to the Daily
News man as follows:
" The strike was made on Wednesday at tl e 7."> foot level on the
Marcus . d ( lU-rl nine, near the
very spot wi.. .• the firsl go'd in
the Lardeau was found. J didn't
wait to learn  the results of the
assays, but I saw the ore. Like
that of tnc Swede group, which it
adjoins, it is free-milling gold, as
fine as any I ever saw. I certainly
liked the look of it. It is the same
in appearance as the ore from
other Poplar claims that assayed
$1,400 to the ton. The strik- is a
big shoot of arsenical iron. They
don't know the extent yrt. They
put in six shots far apart, and all
wen in ore.
" Marcus and Gilbert are two of
the riiKrt fellows in British Columbia. Marcus is an Iowa man, Gilbert an Englishman. Each has
every confidence in the other. In
fact, each generally has the other's
power of attorney.
•• Tin v deserve their good luck.
They   have  stayed   with the Camp
all the time, whether prospects look
^.....1  or  bad.    Last fail  they re-
fused a fair offer for their property
made by Tacoma men.   They have
been willing at any time to give it
| under  bond  to  people who could
We trust then<! afford  more capital   for develop-
rj. ment, but they wouldn't stand for
| anyone holding it  for a  gamble.
They preferred   working  it themselves.   They also said that they
knew  they had  a  mine.     Other
pi ople's confidence sank sometimes,
but  these two boys were always
cheerful.   They took turns at going
out working for a grubstake.   They
have   worked     through     several
winters."
A Beatrice Shipment.
A.Wm for Kinman.
Judge Forin, as local judgi
the Supreme Court, has given ju
nowever, w
paving thc
The Beatrice mine,  owned  by
thc Beatrice  Mines, Ltd..  has just
Father Jeannotte was up I shipped to the smelter 40 ton* of
the week.   He is staying in their    high-grade  ore.      Mr.   J.
m
' the mar district until    next Mon-| Murray was in the city on Monday,
ID
it< n !. I  tl at   Iliil
creditors   was acting]
I ly.  On Sundav mass will be said land he told our representative that
mpanv's monev   that U* *l,e residence of Mr. R. Madden. $150 would be a conservative es-
meitt in favor of IS. L. Kinman on went to pay the claims and not the     Frank and Mrs. Abey leave Sun*h'ma*a '" r tu" (>,r l'" "Idpment.
the application  made   by   Leslie  money of Messrs. Barton & Co., ..f |,]iiy f„r a trip to the ...a-t and t'ali- /'"K'(m> would also proven val-
llill to be allowed  to ran! as a   Loudon, aa claimed by 1111    At f0mia     Thev
creditor for some $22,000 against t tlie Inst sittings of the wurt here in j about a month.     \\ e wish mem al
the Canadian Timber and Sawmills j January Mr. Hill w.i- called upon | pleasant journey and a safe return.
(treat interest  is being taken inj,
Ltd    The sheriff seized and sold j to be crc w-exnmined on his uffidn-
iindcr executions held by Kinman vit and  to produce all Ids Icttorsi
and others a lot ol the company's j and telegrams wlucb the jud
loose property, and whi'e the mi'.icy ! now held to show th.it he was ai.
was in the sheriff's hands. Hill set- ing for the company, nnd therefon
tied with a number of the company'    Kinman get-  tho money in   the]
creditors at so cuts on lhe dollar, sheriff's hands as against anv claim
1 *
paid the wage claims  in lull, and j by Hill, and Hill also has to pay
took from the creditors assignments j the cost .     Messrs.  Whittaker <S
will be absent fori «»"*ie a««et of the oomtmn^t 88 per
We wish them a n'"1- •" ,1"' average for a very largo
body.   There is a great showing of
ore right   through   the  property,
grey copper running t>> a thousand
the nuproaehing masquerade ball iiui;t„„   ,U1(1 Dtttive silver in large.
luantities.
to be In hi on the night of the 1 itn
February   (St. Vn'cntine's   Day).'
There will l>c U couple "f liandsoine
prizes offered   Hi member the date.
J. A. Griffith is tilting up the
old  post-office as a dry goods de-
to himself of the various claims, | Wragge,   of   Nelson,   represented j partment, which will be a groat
and notified the  sheriff that   hc'Hill, and Kinman was represented
claimed as agent for Barton A* Co. by Geo. 8. McCartor of lids city,
to share in the distribution of the Revelstoke Herald,
monev in the sheriff's hands, which
claim, if allowed, would gobble up
thc greater part of the money re-,
alizul by the sheriff.     Kinman,. mar
improvement,    The post-office is,
being   installed   between    its  own
location and Alley's drug store.
The increase in the production
of gold in I904over 1903aniounted
to    $390,000,    while   silver   was
-:'.77,i»tii».
The lead production of 1904 was
18,500 tons, double thai of 1903.
It's a great pity that sonic people
arc io blind that they  cannot dis-
17 below sero may be all very tinguish red from white.    A mid-
... ...  . w'ell in the much vaunted " bamnm ' night visitor  to n white homestead
Mlvcr still  keeps above thc 80 |ielt» but it hM ,,0 business around | came  very  mar carrying away a
Looks ro-v f ir the Lardeau ! (he Irout Lake theiuioineiers. chunk of b ml one night this week. ■T
7PT
The   LARDEAU  MINING
REVIEW.
Is I'rliili'il al Troul LukelMly, ami l'ulillslici
lit KorgiKon ami Trout LuKeovery Kiiiiay.
'I'llf I'M I lor iI.mik not nolil lilins.'H reapoiu
iiio in.' iim ..pillions or oorroipnndenti ex-
urMHSd ill lt« columns
All locals will 08 oliargod at Hie rule of IS
nenU per Un.', tlrsl Inanition, ninl Ii) funis pe.
Ilnui'iii'li Bllbsoqueni Ins.-itIon.
IVrnis lor I'ransli'iil atul other iclvortlHlim
.vill i, made known on i,|.pii.'nli.>n ul otllce
si r.|.ii.ni Hil.Uilu year, in advuuoe,
MURRAY <& ATHERTON Publishers
Resignation,
As wo go to press wo learn tha,'
Mr. S.  B. Campbell  his tendered,
his resignali iii as  school teacher.
Richest Producer in 3. C.
THE ONTARIO  ELECTIONS.
Fo'l .wing tlie me'throw of the
Kiss government, the Mail and
Empire editorially says: "The
verdict is really a declaration of
Ontario that the people. Intend to
rule. It is un aniioiii cement that
uiiilicial or criminal interference
with th'i electoral rights is not
mile. It is an intimation to all
I u'llij men, and to all parties, that
llio.'e iniiBt bo honesty in the con-
UaJtiugof public affairs, and that
the ballot must be treated as
sacred. The judgment will be
wolojmed by independent and
riglit-tliiuking men. !; tens us
fiat there is a public conscience
anil that the province is at lieari
sound.''
Six thousand dollars a day is
the amount o( gold being taken on"
the plates of the Nickel Plate rain',
a greater amount than that produced bv any mine in British Columbia, In fuel, it pltcos this pio-
pei'ty nuiong tliu big producers ol
tlie continent.
If you like  the Review and you
would  do us a  turn,  give us the
name and address of  a friend win
I is interested in the country, and wi
will mail him a sample copy.
Q
V
Trout. Lake vs. Ferguson
To-Morrow,
In Search of Chas. Green
Caarlie Ureen, who in partnership with C. L. Brush owns some
promising properties at the Lead
nf 8-Mile, went up last October lo
do seine work. Nothing has been
heard of Mi. (ircen since, and his
friends in town becoming alarmed,
B'arted out a relief party consist-
in.,' of Frank Landriatt and Morl-y
Toil yesterday morning. The relief returned t.iis inornios with
good news. Charlie is working on
his propeity with a pet blue jay
fi r u companion and is as happy
as a sandboy. Hh is well provisioned, and be declares be will
never leave it until he strikes it
rich or his 'bacca supply runs
short,. Since he left town he hits
driven a tunnel 120 feet in the
b nd rock.
It
At Trout Lake.   Commenco at S.
Hockey Sticks
for scls
ai TTe Review office
niCAL
The B C. ASSAY and CH
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vaxcoovir, B. C.
Headquarters for Afisnyers, Mining ai.d
Mill Supplies. Sole aeents in B. C. for
Morgan Crucible Co., Bnttersea, England; V. VY. Brnnn dcCo.'i Patent Cary
Furnaces, llurnere, etc. : Wm. Aim'-
worth A Co..'a Xine I'.alaucus. etc., etc.
Tlie Sheriff Seizes Again.
  [WHOLESALE
My reason of the decision given!       / _!(*?!)_'
nt  Revelstoke this week againstI      *"1C<I*
P.Burns & Co
Stavhe? & Co.j
WHOLKSALE DEALERS in Butter, j
Eggs, Cliee..e, Produce nnd Fruit.'
Houston Bk\, Josephine St. Nehon, B.C. i
Ifie Nelson
Brewing Go.
Brewers of
Fine   Lager  Beer
and Porter
R. Reisterer _b Co.   -  Props.
tro. n» __»-_»_■_■"_ — ■■   i w,.i»_wi__i im i"iipwmw^i. <*
Smith & So.
45 Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
HIGH-CLASS TAILORS.
WILL be represented In the Lnr
uYiiu    nt    regular    intervals
throughout the year.   Ordsri
or clothing will receive close attention.
Our repsetentative, 8, A, Scott, la a
practical tailor, and will make clothes
fit.   Hold your orders for him.
ANGLICAN    CHURCH.
Services on Sunday evening at 7!!0
I'clock. Visitors are eor,liallv wel-
•omed. REV.H, A. 80LLY,
Incumbent,
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO- LTD-
Hardware, Miners' Kuppliet, Stoves
nii.1 Hanges.
NELSON, B.  C.
asterson,
(& Co.
AND    RETAIL
l/'slie Hill, particular? of wbiel
will be found in another page, tin
I
Merchants
lumber, b.gs. office  furniture, etc ,1 Dealers In all kinds of Fre*h Meat I ' ^'.''''j'!?,
DEFAULT SUMMONS.
IN theC Minty Court of Kootenay, liolden
nt Trout Lake, between Kobert Madden
nnd Louis Lovesque, doing businesp as
Madden A Lsvesque, of TlOllt Luke,
B.C., hetelkeepers. plaintiffs, and
Walter B. Curtis, 01 Trout Lake. B.C..
laborer, defendant.
TAKE NOTICE, that unless within
eight days after the personal service
of this summons on you, you return to
the K.'o'istrar of this Court al Trout
r*ke the dispute note below, dated
and signed by yourself (or your solicitor), and stating briefly your grounda
of defence to the action, you will not
afterwards lie allowed to make any
defence to the claim which the plaintiff makes on yon, ns per margin, the
particulars of which are hereunto annexed ; but the plaintiff may, without giving any proof ,n support ol
such claim, herein proceed to final
judgment and execution. If you re
turn such dispute note In the Regit-
Irar wi'ldn the time specified, th • \ie^-
istrar will send yon, by post, n<.:Ice ol
the day upon which the action will be
tried.
Claim,  $S3.75:    Fee   lor plaint and
| service, $3.9) ;   Costs,   solicitors, etc..
$10.00 : Total amount of debt and c.sis.
$•■:'■ ; Costs of garnishee, $3.10 ; Total
•~ garnishee, $09.R'i.
mm
Our Goods
Were all shipped in Last.
Fall, and are the
NEWEST AND
FRESHEST   IN
THE CAMP.
When you want the
3_y_?
At Lowest Prices
Call on Us.
General
Merchants,
Trout Lake
ugun reverts to the Canadian
Timber and Sawmills, Ltd. Acting on a warrant of executb n U-
siicl on behalf of K. I.. Kinman,
t'ie deputy-sheriff to day seized
the above mentioned stock.
Sandon Camp Flourishing
Tne  first   moiitli   of   the year
makes a good show for mining in
lie Sandon Camp, says the Sandon
Standard.     Fourteen   silver-lead
sliit'pers an- represented and one
dividend lias* been announced.  Tin
tonnage for the month in nearly j
DIM) t ma if silver-lead ore i o I over
•_ 100 tuna of zinc.    The hitler is
all from   t'ie  Lucky  Jim with the
exception of a car or two, nnd th:.«
mine   paid  a dividend  of g.SoU).
Tne main feature of the month i-
tbe sale by the Byron X. White
com pan j of tho Sloeatl  Slur /.ine
to the United States Zinc company
of Pueblo.     The contract i.s   for
12000 tons and shipping has already
b"«iin.     From the present look of
ilings    zinc   shipments   will   be
hciiiv during the year.   Many of
'he older  mines in a beginning |0
Show  large deposit) id /.ine, nnd
a'l   is  of K0od  shipping  gradr,
'1 lure appears to be two Olasses of
Ibis ore in the camp, and the sup-
ply at present seems to bo uiilimt-
led iu  both.     There  is one cl.i-s
that goes about,•55 per cent It, ziuc.
ftt.d carries high values in silver,
and can bo disposed of in Colorado ;
the other is a gMde of new 48 t.,
Bfi lor cent   zinc, carrying   low
xa'ues  in  silver, ami  ran lind a
rca.lv  market  In   Kansas or in
Kurojc.    There appears to boa
Inr^o tonnage of both available,
and a  gratifying feature |g that a
linil.it bus b.-en found for all that
can be product tl.
Tne liockoyUla are iry ng to get
a unite ' on wih Russian/.
TROUT LAKE. B.C.
is huh day ol September, 1904
F. C. CAMPBELL,
Registrar of the Court
Lardeau
Hotel
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
IIFN  visiting   Ferguson you
should slay at the Laid.'an
Hotel.     Here   tlie   visitor
will   be   surrounded   with
home coinforlH.    Excellent
cuisine,     well   ventilated
and    warm    rooms,    wt 11
stocked bar,  and  everything which
teids towards  making your visit a
pleasant and memorable one.
Rates from $1 day upwards.
We strive to please our patrons.
FERGUSON.
NEW
OKS
13:
MACKINNON and
SUTHEKLAND
S
We have everything at our
Store   that   you   Require.
: The Year  1905 :
Finds us at the Old Stand
striving to please you All
with QUALITY and PRICE
A LAUDER OF SWORDS.
By tlilbert Parker, cloth. $1.50
TIIK LAST HOPE.
By II. S. Merriman, cloth. 1.50
THE MYSTIC SPRING.
By D. W. Higgins, Victoria. 1.50
FOSTER'S'BRIDGE'MANUAL
Cloth, 1.50
Building Trades Pocket Book
Business Mini's Ticket Hook
Mechanic's Poci ri Memorandum
'"hree vols. 1.50
Put by  the   International  C<irrea|ninil-
eiicc Bcnool at It each our price 11.50
TUB Camilla Dins & H Co.
NELSON.   B. C.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated   Itranda   ol
and Kirirs,
r\i___.or-4.
Maui, I'acon
B   C.
HADDEN HOUSE
MukcrStiiTl
Sri-...i, Il r.
FERGUSON - - B. 0.
Do yon need a comfortable homer Ifw.trjr
ii;' M,..i i.n Rome, Wrii tornlabed raomi
llgbted i.y tlectrlolty, nr»t-.-iHK!i i...»r.i Fn
IlicUiryou will dm 1*11 thr lifnt dOOlMtle nnil
Imported llqiu.rn hii.I .'laani.
Thomas Madden. Prop-
B
£. Ferguson &. Co.
Wholesale dealers in Winr», I i.fu... -
and Cigars.    \kihi» fur I'.ib-i lleer.
NELSON, B, C.
.9.   _klJ^__!/   '-        ,:|"" f,r yu io
i"v     IvI|I/y       I.. Buy Lot«     Noycrwere
m ™ ^s^  ▼ ▼      the Prospects nf I. i^u»..ii
h" bright,
The Town ..(" FERGUSON
will be ono of the Greatest
OrH Producing Camps In the
World. The hijjh degree of
success achieved by the
numerous WEALTHY and
PRACTICAL BRITI8H nn.l
A M I: RICAN M ININ G
COMPANIES now operating
them is a tribute to the
tremendous wealth of the hillt
LL!_________L_J
FERGUSON
Public School, Hospital, and
other institutions. Excellent
Waterworks system. Streets,
Store* and Residences illumined by E'eotrioity, Ilaily
mail nervico. The toWBSlte
is adiairably laid out Gel in
NOW ou the ground tloor.
LotH can now be purobaud
ikon
UP.
E.B.
M«m. OI..A.
CHAKTiaKtiU ACCOUNTANT
lii-.-iilar and Special  Audits.   Reference:   Canadian Hunk nf Commerce.
NELSON, B.C.
ROSSLAND   DIRECTORY
Lion Brewing Co.
LIMITED
Brewers of Beer & Porter.
KEPT AT ALL HOTELS,
$75
TOWNSI IE AQENT
FLOYD
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
r-«•<? .*-n*i*>u:r-.ir?oor;o«>Dtso-**o _e _tt«oe ta-ci
*       Zhe Ibotcl 3Seatott  ...  !
  BEAION. B.c.
♦ •♦
V
'I8IT0R8 arrivinf at ttr-aton (tllS threeliiild nf the I.nnl _n>
via Arrnwhr-ad, will (ind tint Hotel to b*. fullv equipped
for muii-cmm trade, F;icellent sccommodallon, A well
appfiinted and Ipsolotll dininn ball. The Ih-si .,1 Winee.Spirits
and Ci(f»re. Pergonal anpervieion it given to the requirement! ol
patrons. Vititon to the Lardeau can rely on 'iimfiirt at thit hotel.
POSSLAND
B. C.
i W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
'* •€» ET««0 •» if » iX V (t .9.1 4*» 4-»0 **•"> *_*•*♦♦»  _, 11 -
J FERGUSON H0TEL
""^Jof^""'
Tbe noted borne for travellers visiting
Ferguson, B.C.
A well ttocked Ilur of the choicest Liqoun, Wines, etc,
McDonnell &  Blaok
Proprietor*.
■ •
NOTICE  TO CC-OWNEHS.
To /.. liordon Goldberg and to 1 . Goldberg or lo any   prrton or prrtnan lo
whom they   may have transferred
their interests.
Take Notice,   I   tbn undersigned co.
owner with von in the Little Holiert nnd
Utile Robert No. 2 mineral claims situated »' 'l"' extreme lnad of ihs north
fork of Lardeatl creek in the Trout I .like
mining division of West Kootenay district and provi il British Columbia
have done the required work on tbe
above-mentioned mineral claims for tbe
year 1903 in "i ler to bold i be same un—
fief Section -4 61 the mineral act, ami il
within 90 days of this notice you fail or
refuse to contribute your portion o(
siicl expenditure for work done, together with the cost of this advertisement,
your interest in the said mineral claims
will become the property ol the tub
scribed tinder section 4 of the Mineral
Acl Amendment Act ol 190o. Dated ai
Trout l.nke this 7th day ol October, 04
J. C, KILKI'AIKKIK,
i Ir 7'n4 I lo-on ner.
RevelstoKe isseail Disl.
Noli e is 1 ereby given, In accordance
wiili tbe Btatules, that Provincial ttev-
iii.ir la\ and all assessed tsxen in.I in
i. •: t las attetii I an I levied under ihe
"Atsessmenl   \■ • tor the l>\
elstoke Assessment District, are due
and payable f..r ihe year 1906, at my
a, sil ate «t Ihe Court House, Rov-
i - ... I ', « notice, in toi rns of law,
is i | . »a • nt'. a personal demand b>
me upon all persons liable for taxes
Dated .it   Revelstoke,  B.  C , this 3rd
dsv of January, Id.
>i:i D I RABER,
Aaeessoi an i <' .llei toi. Revelstoke
Assessment  District
NOT1CJ .
Tbs iiinual general meeting
of the Old liofd Quarts an.! Placer Mining! my, Ltd I iali., will be I eld
ai the oilier ol il •• Company, 11
Lake, III , on Friday, 3rd day ol February IWOi, al 3 o'clock, p.m., (..rib*
i - ng directors lor tl s ei
■ .ar ai.d tuch other business a*
mat properly 'oni. before the meeting,
i .. ikt will be closed for transfers fron,
. .    28th, 1906, until alter the meeting
M   r i in ..-im r,
Dated at Troul I ,.ke. B.C.,  6th January, 1905
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE.
Broken Hill mineral claim, situate in
Trout Lake Mining Division of West
Kootenay district,
Where located:— On Rapid Creek, ad
olning tlie Coronation.
Take Notice that I, 0. B, N. Wllkie,
acting as ayent for Culler T. Porter,
free miner's certificate No. B83331, Intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply to 11 im Mining Recorder for a
Ceiiilicaie of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
the aoove claim.
And lurtliei lake   notice   thai   action.
. under section 'u. mud be commenced
before tlie issuance of sucli Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated tins 24th dar of November, a.h.
1904. (i. Ii. N. WILKIE.
26-11-04
■IIMIIKU LICENHE.
NOTICE is hereby given that SO days
after date I intend to apply lo the Chief
Commissioner of Lands andWoiksfor
a special license to cut ami carry away
timber fr.,m U.e following described
lands in West Kootenay, commencing at
a post .ni tl..-east side of Lardo Hivei
about \, mils below Trout Lake, marked
K. L. Kinman, a.•., corner posl ; thence
BO chains west ; thence 80 cbsinssouth ;
thence 80 chains <-a-t: thence 80 chains
north to point of commencement,
Dated tbis rub dav.,( December, a i>
1904. E. I.. KINMAN.
6-1-05
BeriinerGram^-Dhone.
AH kinds of New Records.
Sole Agent for the Lardeaa:
J. C. Murray
Trout Lake B. C.
NOTICE.
1   •• >   . am oal general  meeting
i I: .• Primrose tiold Mining Company
I i I   l.ui.., will be belli at tbe office ol
Ihe I        any,  Troul  Lake,   1". C . on
. I ebruary 3rd, liO.s. at". :1" p.m.,
f,.r the puri f electing directort f..i
suing year and such other bllti
n< ts s» may be properly brought before
I lit' meeting.
Bookl will be closed for transfers froic
Jan. 28tli, 1905,until after the meeting,
.1   M   Ml LI ER,
i-e, y. Treasurer
Dated al Trout Lake, B C   HI dayol
I .      ..r\ , 191".•.
Nuril I-   1"  KI I.IMjl I.N I' i imiV. si KM
To Piiiup Kis.i and J. vV. Smith or to
whomsoever they they may have
ir insferred tl.eir Interetl in the
" .^ aple Leal "mineral claim, titnatefl
on tbe ton ut i le I'opjai ere -k
.ii I aboill Iwo and a balf miles don.
tbe mouth of tbe creek, in ibe rroul
I..« Mi ■• i'.^islon ol t\est i.
may.
\      arc hereby notified  that I. Arthur
i.   Johnston     unci .. ilb   v..il ill the
"Mania I. if mineral claim ab..ie
described have |«rformed labor and
made exiK>ndiiiire on the said claim to
the • \ivnt ..t $100.00,'under the pro-
visions afsection 24 ■•( tlie Mineral Acl
in ..I bi   to hold  s.ii-1  claim, mid lhe
year ful Which said la I sir was pert   mei
and expenditure mads having expired,
I ereliy give yon notice t nlribute
your proportion ol tuch expendltnre,
and you m.. fnrthei notified thai if.-it
U.e . s pi ration ol 90 dais ..f publication
harcol you fail or refute to contribute
your pi.'poition ..( the expenditure to
together with all costs of advertising, jour luterattt in the tald claim
sl.'ili i" ■ me vested In me under and
by virtue ul • loni ol  -'•■ lion 4 ol
Iba \|n.e,.ii \,.   amended v-t 1900
Dal   1st Poplar( leak, ».    Doe 31/04
\i: 1 III l; ii, JOHNSTON, Co-owner
II I  1905
NOTICB  I" i"ii\\ SKI!.
To John A. Maiu,.i ). Foley, Cm I
Newman and Win 8. Newman or ti
m >• port n oi pti ns to whom they
may have Iraiisfei ird Ibeir inter.»t«
i     ••  Notice   I  the   undersigned rn
nwuei with y.ni in tho Gold Bug m	
ral claim situated on lhe south fork o
Lardo creek near se»eu Mile In t In
Tioiit Lake mining division ol W'esi
Knntena) .1 stricl nnd Provincs "I Bi II
lilt Columbia bava done the reqniretl
work mi the above mentioned mineral
claims for the year 04 In order to hold
the same umlei section "4 of tbe mine
ml ad hii.I if within I'll days of this
notice you fail or refuse to cuilribiil.
youi portion ol tuch BiisnuHturetogeth
er with ihe mst of tbis advertisement
vour Interest In the said mineral claim.
will become the   properly   of the under
signed under section 4 ol th.mlnera
ac nnendmrnl acl ol '00. Dsted s
Ini.t lake tbis 80th day ol November
1904 Jas. W. I.ium.sv.v
I      18, '(M (o Owner
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review.
»»
••••••
••••••
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
I_0_SH1iS
500 Cords
Slobwood
FOR SALE....
Apply :
Fok Bale: Lot* .55 nnd •'!»'»
.dock IT. Troul Lake Apply to
Mrn. .1. H. (i<riiiaiit 005 University
St  Si .ittlc Wash.
rROUT   LAKE   I.ODGK   I. O.o.r.
NO. 41
It _,,lar uiectliit* held In
uiliifflloWi   Mali  every
riicstla] iiijiii »i  t
o'eioi-k    vikiiuig broth-
rrn-..rillall.v welrums.
^
J. II   So  il. N.M. Frj.t MuiiinifrT. 11 & I  *»<•.
NELSON    DIRECTORY.
WATCHES.
We are watch people liral of all.
We make watches mir great tpecl-
ally. We nre ill fact universal
watch providers. We boast of the
most comurahensi»s stock and
promptest service. <>ur patron-
UK., proves our pre-eminence in
ibe   rctuil   watch   trade.     Once a
patron, always a patron.
Hityini_ wuti'hes In lbs qosntitj
ihut wc do, we are  enabled to secure discounts In possible  to the
smaller dealer, and   we turn them
ov»r to yon  tt a oorresposiling
reduction in price.     Write  ut lor
prices.
Ewert Bros.
Nelson, ROMlandi Trail.
Jewelers and Kngravert
it  pays io un, tho  Telephone.     A
lengthy trip can often he saved . (Ifflcet
'at Ferguson: Cummins' Store ; Trout
. Lake, Post OlHce ; also at Beaton, Cora-
■ aplii and Arrowhead.
RKVEL8T0KE AS8E98MENT DI8T
Talcs .Notice that I shall hold a Court
of Revision and Appeal, under the As-
sessment Act, 1908, for the Revelstoke
Assessment District, on Monday the
twenty eighth dav of November, 1904,
at tho hour ol eleven o'clock in the
forenoon, at tbe court house, Revelstoke
Dined at Rerelitoke 11.ia 1st day of
November, 1904.
('HAS. M. FIELD,
Jndge of the Court  of  Revision
and Appeal, Revelstoke Assess
ment District of West Kootenay.
TUSCAN     I.ODGK    U.   J)
A. F. A A. M.
8rd    ThorsdaT     each     mottt
Visitort Welcome
Geo Forddred, Ree, G. H. Taylor, W.M
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,-
A. NO. 1  RJOM3.
Jrti&A*soj,Pis
Royal   Hotel
■
Balmoral Hotel.
_^__,    __
Visitors lo  Ferguson  may  rely upon  the very boat of
accommodation  at thi'  well-known hotel     Rooms are
well   furnished   thlOllghoill      The   Bar  is stocked wilh
« choice assortment of palatable quenchers.
Under the Management of S. Sliuger
*'
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietor*
BV£RTTI1I.<(»   SEW    AND    KIKHT-CLAHa   I!»   ALL   EtSl
Fire  Proof Safe
The k*uMliiU>3k*4 with int »._ Wlass mi '>»».-» •   iht sMrfcet
Trout    Lake,
! Taney Bar,
1 Musical l:ntertaia_ent
, Bulletin   Board, World's
'! (Hlolnj Newa.
It Uattr Ut tarat Sumui.i
The BEST Always! E L. morani), - prop.
1 ire w a
IN FINK SHOES :
MININli SHOES '
SHOE PACKS !
RUBBERS am.
OVERSHOES
«.HUMAN   SOCKS!
Uwliat you will »et if ynu do your buying
wilh ii-.   Ho dou'l forget, when wmiim*; any-
ihiin; in I he tva) *»f i"* Lweur to call on ub, oi
drop a '■■.!• .
TU ROYAL SHOE STORE
Nelton, B. C.
R.    ANDREW    &    CO.
Mail  orders carefully and   promptly
attended to.   Ageut for Slater and Net-
tleton Shoes.
TIME    TABLE
S.B. ARCHtl> or S..S   LARUEAU.
Kunninj,' between Arrowhead. H"»
ton and Comapllz, commeoclni; October 14th, 1003, will sail at follow.,
weather permitting'.
Leaving' Arrowhead for Beaton ami
i lomapllx, twin, dally—10k and 5k.
Leaving Beaton anl ComapliX for
Arrowhead, twlco daily— Td.'ik ami
12:45k. Making close connections
with all I'. 1*. K. Steamers and trains.
The owners reserve the right to
change times of tailings without
notice.
The baplre Lumber Co., Limited.
Dominion Hotel
First-Clses in every respect.
Tbe Travelling public carefully
taken caro of.
Hilly & Nelson • Preps.
Th»3 [Jnion (gigar Factory
Maaufactiires only I'nion goodt. and besides
they are the best o ,l.e n-rket. Thev are
made of the best Havana toWco, <nd their
excelltnce ia nnd tputed. Insist on 7»ttinr
"OCR SPECIAL,T and   "THE   CN iv "
H.H.BrOWIl.   Proprietor.
i«»r Factory. REVEI.1TOKE. B.C.
ROTICE.
Low Fraction and Handy No. 2 mineral
claims situate in tha Trout Lake Mining DitiidnBof Weat Kootenay district
Where located :—Near  the  mouth of
Lynch creek on the K. rt A. Ry.
Take notice that I.  Alfred   I. Carle,
acting as agent for  W. N. Br ay too, free
miner's certificate N'n.  I! 77,S40, inland
sixty days aftor date hero if, t > »;■ ply to
the Mining Recorder lor Certificates of
Improvements for lie purpose of obtaining crown crants of the above claiint.
And further Like notice that anion
nnder section S7 mutt be commenced
before the issuance of s;i.'h certificate ..f
improvement!, fated tbit 28th dav of
Ociober, A. V., 1904
oc.28'04 ALFRED J. CU RLE
T
LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best finest Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   a
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Subscribe for the Keview
This is a Snap.   .. Buy Lots in the
Busiest town in Kootenay.
CITY
Its ADVANTAGE.
Daily Mail service, Banking Facilities. Head of Navigation, Good Hotels and stores, Express and Money Order
Office, government offices, Fine schools and churches.
Water-works system now Being Installed.
ITS RESOURCES.
Magnificent Timber, many Valuable Ranches, lhe Richest Gold and Silver Zone in The Province.
ITS INDUSTRIES
Saw-mill, capacity, 60,000 feet per day, shingle and lath mills. All
TiT. Mines pay us Tribute.
F. B. Wells,
Gen'l Agt, Revelstoke.
H. McPherson,
Agt*., Trout Lake r«_fc
i
Job Feinting of every description will be faKhfijlly executed at the Review J^b D&t_t.
City   Drug    Stor
Miner Killed at Eholt.
While :i pjinor named Jack
Burns, employed al tho Sunatoi
mine, it mill' out of Eholt, B.C.,
was picking over lhe ruck dislodged
iifler the holes had been fired, his
pica Btruck a missed hole which in-
Btantly exploded, killing Burns
iiml injuring three others.
They Honor Our Curlers.
LAKEV1EW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
LEGAL.
BAR WELL BUl'PLIED WITH
igars
r»i*_- .-__
Large CouifortRlile Rooms
First Class Boai i.
FRED ('. ELLIOTT)
I'.AKIMSTEU, SPTALY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Troul Luke, B, C,      nnd Ferguson
Oeo, H, MoCnrter, J   A. Itarvcj
.\. M.   I'liililiuni.
A full lifte   of Choice statsoiwy
Just Received.
The curling rink which left here  Hj
to  do   battle   with "stane nnd h. -   ""
som " at the Nelson Bonsjiiel have    „
all returned full of pride and loud
in   praise of  ihe  way  they wen
treated by the Nelson curlers   The
lition of the weathor preventut
to
III
addso 6e Levesque
p
reps
ALEX.   GBAWFORB
Till-    riOKEKB
?Ts,ivvSH;H° Livery and Dray Stables
■iitinii   found thorn in good fetth   -*-°— _/ \J
I'
and thev succeeded in  carrying off I    „   , „    ,.   .        , ,, ,, ,, -     TI.
■,.■••-■-,•   - .,.,     •■.■ ■  Saddle-, Pft«t-e_4-Cftttage H.we»-Alww» lor Etre	
lirst honors.     1 le prize presi nl
ivas m handsom   lo\        mp of  thi
his metal ivhich predominates
in   the   l..irili':i*i.   mounted   on   n
weal bered  ■ ak b ise, an I eugrn ved |
us  follows :   " Wet  Test Com]
linn.   A.  W.  Edg",  F. 0. Elliott,
.1.   1!.  Benson,  A. Crawford, skip. Dailystajreleavee  Dei
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
Won I.y Troul Lake."
The cup. which holds about a
gallon, was first primed with Scotch
' and spei dily absorbed, then refilled with sparkling, extra dry
Mo.'t and Chandon. After all
eyes had gazed into its crystal
depths the flow of wit,logic, and
humor which permeated the large
i, .-
Urn i
Troul Lake Ferguson and Oambortu
> aton, 1 11 giisoii aii.l ('nniboi 11
BARRIBTEHS.
SOLICITORS, Etc.
REVELSTOKE    B.  C.
II i'ii ii oh Offices ut Qoldon, Kunil>> nnporl
Hloule. n. i\
ul tors for imperial Hunk of Canada.
JOHK MANNING SCOTT,
B    A ,  L..L..B.
ALSO,
SCHOOL SUPPLIES, PROPRIETARY- MEDICINES,
HARVEY McCARTER & PINKHHAM .f*.U3VJt toilet articles, etc. prescription Work
A SPECIALTY.    STRICTLY    CASH.
ii.\ki;istki:n.solicitous, ETC.
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B  C
Best Hotel in Town,
Healprtm for Mail and CommorGial lies.
ACCOrVltVIODATIOlNJS   ARE    FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   rriOPBIETCR
Revelstoke Station.
It.
II €
Imperial  Bank of Oanad
Ganital Au
mid ii|.
11. lid Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
dining   hall    of   the   Strathcona|
equalled anything ever heard even
i i   the days oi   Demosthenes  or
t licero-.
Individual prizes wen presented i
v <ii: i-;i:iLr of  rabbiJ's  feci   nicely
in. tinted in  silver, and encased in I
tas'v   roscwoi
llr.in.-i.--.
T. R. Ml
;:. hay
alurubia, Manitoba,
I       B. J.
CUFvllVlSNS
General Wore.   Full Mns
ttf r.iliiir.! li !•       I" fill.
In H...tN..n.  II _ asaortnient
,.i tlinoken' suppltss,
ill ribs Rig n.Tirt Tslepttone Oo
<-W.  Abrahamson;Lennoxvii
■'     m— '       b   u'l.    L   '
Coi\tracfc r e. mobbs. prop
And Bdlder.
Hotel and
j Owner of the Abraham-! General
son Addition to the
Townsite. |GERRARD
Trmu    Laks,    B
boxes,   each   hex >   " -:
.   ,     . , I inn..,.
led  with ii carton I
Accountant,     ....      Auilll
.I.e. MURRAY,
IR0UT LAKE, ','.. C.
ilut.-iile compan■■■'   , i,,
look
"
i i quinine,  graued as to the capn-l uiuing h
bi iti.s  shown  by each individual
iu thc contest,
of thetwelvi Nelson, rinks which
competed  ngainsl   the Tro     I
I. ys, Frank  Tamblyn, I
key, Jno.  A. Turner, Pete Wilson,
.i.'.M.   Lay,  A. McQueen, Dudlej
P lack wood, I        I   ire, A T. Wal
lev,    inn!    mine   host   Tompkim
proved  themselvi - both is.
the compi titii no       .        . torieal . .-
effusion   with  followed.     Meesi
Edge,   Elliott,  Benson  and Ura\
ford  :ii! claimed ti..1'   In voci h r_n*<>n
hiry of  the   English language wi n»~,
| ...  limited for  them  <■■   express      S   J^ioOciPllUl     s
then;-..!ves  in ii wiiv which would
show   iheir   appreciation   of
1'   I!    WII '■■■ i
IFFAT,
B anc i   A    General
11
:.;| pnrtsnf I'nnu.iu,
FERGUSON
Get a Home
         Transuded.
.ii; mod.
l:or   Vourself.
Job Frmting at The
e.k.boultbee,w Mining Review	
Doi\'t Pay
Rent
© K
Barber St
•        ■,- *-
k     (lood Shn\c or Hair Cut
:;
: William Schneli;
i
GI ■       "RofllA   AfJF.NT FOR GIANT POWDER
,    ±5.    JJalllO   FC8EAKDCAPB.
EASY TERMS.
iSM_f«^-_5-_rfl
1 Km
Hot and Cole! Baths
V./Yl. Westfall & Co.
of ihe ALEXANDRIA MALI.
FERGUSON, B.e.
SURVEYORS
r p.l.s.. G. M. YUILL
Pott Office  Ulotk.
Main .Street.
0. B N WILKIE,
Provincial I.nnd Surveyor,
Mlner.il Claims Snrvcyed
and Crown (mints Obtained
JEWELLER,
Watch rei
nmlHiild.
cu Alter fof Non-U,
1
4 backing-and   Ferguson packin^:
freighting
Transfer   Outfit.
linlii re
kindness extended them on their ' ■'-''" '
initial trip to Nelson, and said
that thc only way in which tin y '•''"
could properly demonstrate their
reelings would be for lhe Kelson
purli rs to .maki ;i trip tu Troul
Lake .ind Bccepl nf -iieh hospilali-
:ier a Bid I    afforded by one of
the richest inining district* in
Briti i » olumbia, and hoped that
the Nelson  rinks would  b«v<  all
kinds of BI1CCC8S   when    lhe ice  Was
in such condition that the'"static
and besom'' could  be used to nd-
van!:
5-Miie Defeat Ferguson.
Tim hoys operating  at  the mill i
m 5-Mile denioiistiiii.il their ability i
to do Bomcthiiig else  liesid
trading gold  .ind silver lrom ap !
parently barren ro I.
day evi nilig   ! i■•'.    al   ! i '   I    ;' ii-n|i '
enclosure  they met  and defi ati .1
tho   !n.ii..    team   in   an exciting]
hockey match by 7 goals to 4.
Tennis : o-Miii—Lamler,  Cliff.
Benson,  1'orteous,   A,   Peel,   and |
Thomas.
Furgusuii—Smith, E. Crawford,
Sliuger, Cameron, Barber, and
Thompson.
• <«^.
Bruci W'liie and associates arc
llt'JJOl in'uiij    B   'ii al 1..   aei|ilire the
Mackenzie iuteresl in the famous
Alpha silver-lead mine at Silver-
ton, the figures being around
9100000.
Ii is inn the intent inn of l\. si-
(.l.'iii John Ivrii. of the Provincial
Mining Association, to call a meeting '.h s veur
£   SHANNON,  rissayer
riROUSONB. C
■     'raeis entt;>«',l into for packing of Mining Ku|i|.lifs, olo.
lo :ui"' point in tho district.
■   rl, prompt sen-ire, an.l .hit vara- updnrtaken guaranteed
satisfactory.
FERGUSON.        S. Daney, Prop.
—  ■■   .   -	
Ratldvoe*   Next KwordOfflc
I..ml Uike. It C
A. H. HKVI.ANIL
PKOVINCIAL LA.M1 BCKVKVOB
Min.-rnl (Jlnims Surveyed
POPLAR, KASl.o.
Oddfellows Block. M Iitac
I NEW yOKK LIFE A8SURAN
I   IMI'ANY.
W. H. Jones* Fo»ijii
Loose    I naf    Hinders,    rnie   Job
P intnitf.
NELSON, B. C.
n
TIIO-. TAYLOB, AKcn!.
Reveistokr    am.     Tn.it    i
fl. W. EDGE
VALUE!
;imirrsijia»_»wfsw mmK***-"!T-i#w"m-#*n . m—mi
TROUT    l-AKI-
n.c.
Value should be your guide when buying
fewest Goods.  :-: Best Values.
Esitire Satisfaction.
gairAlways be found at    flM%  A O|p|% 9^
F. B< Wells,
EVELSTOKE, B.C.
RAV/ FURS
BOUGHT
CASH      PR.1CE5     PAH)
F. N, Newton
MINING BROKER
Rossland,     - -    B. C.
Member Rosslanrl Stock Exchange
Ii you have l..irilcuufaiu.i . Wril,  uif

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