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Newspaper in N.
Kootenay. Besi advertising  medium,
Lardeau
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iron
VOL
The representative
ni the rich Lardeau
country, Sent to
any address for $2
per an. in advance.
TROUT LAKE CITY B.C., JAN. 25, 1906.
No. 13.
Impressive
Ceremony,
THE   R KM A INS   OP   OEO, W.
1 ABOTHBR8 LAID AWAY
TO   BEST.
LARUE   ASSEMBLAGE   PAY
FINAL TRIBUTE OP
RESPECT.
The funeral ol the late Qi orge
Washington Carothers took place
Conflicting
Rumors.
AS TO WHO WILL   BE NEXT
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOB
OF THE PROVINCE
WELLS, RILEY AND PETERS
Sri.KKN OP AS TIIK
LIKELY  MEN.
W, c. Wells for Lieutenant-Governor.    This ir- the latest statement
,u Wednesday, the _;.r.l inst. fr.m. of the Liberals " in the know." I
the Oddfellow, hall. 'I be very
impiessive Oddfellows' lervioe was
, 01 ducted hy Bro. Oscar Jacobaon,'
Noble Grand, und S. Shu
Chaplain. The Rev. 1> W. Bcott
also assisted in the servioei \
special choir under the direction
a Wilkie rendered appropri*
.     music.    All nf the business
-   in   town   were   cliiM'.i, and
ns generally turned nut to
pay their Inst reapeoti to the re*
inami of the departed. The funeral cortege waa one <>f Un* largest
ever ki ■ wn in tbe town, and was
•... the eeteeon in which
he was beld The pall bearers
t..iir-1-ti d of -ix of hi- brother* Odd*
- ir R. McLennan, I lacai
Jaeobson, Phil shepherd, E. L.
v .-• r-uii.   Martin   Lundin   nnd
iti ly, Mr. T. I«eavall,
-   ikane, son-in-law of deceased,
it able  to l>e present owing
train   from   I.ardn   being
I hy 1 snowslide.
lu view of the late fatality at
I.aido. we think it would be an
. ■ "I tried im on the part of the
1 P R. to put a sidewalk fr<.m lhe
-'itnui to the boat, with a few
guidi 1 issengen from ..ne
io the 1.ther, and thus prevent a recurre	
It  is  true  thnt   if  pamengen
will wait in the car they will be
.I to the hoat landing, bul
many times a wait ol one, two, "r
three liours  is   necessitated,   and
as   B   rule   w nit '.11 get
out f.ir supper, an.l in lhe absence
ol niv -uiding light are at .1 losf
which way to turn. We feel assured thai this matter has only to
be brought to the attention ol the
C.P.R. authorities when they will
1 d 0 steps to - tfe 'i .nl their pat*
ron- against all possibility of
accident.
J. O. Piper i-< preparing to vi-u
1 is daughter Rose, at Bllensbnrg,
Wasli. next week.
A   OontlnUOUl fall for   tWO days
added another two feet <>f " the
beautiful " to onr stock     <>ur pile,
like silver, is siill riling.
REVK1.8TOKE    ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby given, in acoor*
dancs rrith the statutes, thai Provincial  Revenue Tax. nnd nil as-
iessed Tuxes  and Inoomfl Tax, aa*
' nml levied undertht Assess-
•n.'iii Act nnd amendments, are
|!,'V due ami payable for the year,
1906.
All tuxes i-i.Ih-.Mil.le f..r the Rev-
<l-i.ike AxsHiiii'iit Diltriol are due
ind payable at my offk 1, situate
<*1   tlie Court   House,   Revelstoke.
teresl in the muoh mooted question
..f the successor to Sir Henry Joli
.le Lotbiniere ar- lieutenant gover*
in.r of British Columbia has been
augmented by Mr. Wells' bj 1.
in the legislature, when he closed
the d.|.at.-on the address in reply
in the speech from the throne.
Th.r. are, however, a I. w solid
suppotters ol Mr. Riley who evince
nol a little discomfiture over the
increasing support given Mr. Wells.
When  the Libera] caucus was
In Id   in   the   Driard   hotel in  this
eitv early in December to discuss
tbe question as to who was* to be
the next    lieotenant-goverm r,   d
desperate light was male against
Mr.   Wells,   and   there   hs
terable ill-feeling  as .1 r lull,
Mr. V ; portera alleging the
situation \. Ij Kintropreoi m-
til   ii  Sir   Wilfrid   Laurier.    The
British Columbia delegation at
Ottawa seetna to be controlled by
the Rihy supporters, but for all
tbat Mr Rih y is stated to be not
t.to sooeptable. Then the name of
Mr. Fr. .1 Peters, K.C.. of this city
ex-iireinier oi Prince Edward
Island, was canvassed, and by
some lus appointment was he .1 t..
be a oertainty. But, according to
statements of well-known Liberals
yesterday, It is now believed Mr
Wells' star is in the ascendant,
and it threatens to   totally eclipse
tin effulgence of all other gubernatorial aspirants. Senator Tempi.'iii'iu is now said to have abandoned the work in connection with
the governorship in favor ..f his
effort to secure a cabinet position
vacating his seal in lhe senate,
whieh would, ihe Liberals say, be
given to Mr. Riley,
lli.uev. 1. the Young Liberal
I .iiion is still smarting al the
oavalli re In atmi nl received at the
hands ol M< sai - Templeman and
Riley, and is ready to show its re*
• ■■ntii.riit. the opportunity having
rn this particular instance.
The \ .mug Liberals are said to bo
opposed to Mr Riley for lieutenant-governor, because he is Mr,
Riley, and to Mr. Peters becau .
he is believed to be a nominee of
Mr. Templeman, Mainland Lib*
srali oppose both because they are
Victorians, and in the tangle Mr.
Wells     has     been     a.lv.un'f.1
Colonist.
,\   solid  chunk   Of  galena   and
copper ore. weighing about lfiOlbi.
from th'* Broadview, is on exhibition ut Masterson, Griffith & Co.'l
"tore.      It   is   one   of   the   finest
chunks oyer brought to town.
Doctor Robinson Lus  received
the appointment ol Coroner.     We
trust, however   (with no ill will to
B-C   Thia notice in terms of lav. the dootor) that he will have very
■■* equivalent to a personal demand
**_   nie   to  i,U   persons   liable   (or
taxes.
Dated  at   Revelstoke,  B.C., this
22nd day of January, 1006.
KRKI). FRASER,
Deputy Assessor and Collector,
Kcvulstoko Assessment District.
little t^i do, officially, in the Lar*
dead. 	
Hookey  sticks  for sale  at   the
Review ollice.
Mrs. Noble is  lhe   latest   victim
of la grippe.
Local and General.
Geo.   W.    Alexander,   general
manager of the Ferguson Mii.es,
Limited,   came   up   on    his   usual
 nthly trip on Thursday,
Children's* service in the Methodist church Sabbath morning at
11, with music rendered by the
children. Service in the evening
at 7.30. Bubject : " Missions."
Owing to the death of the late G.
W. Carothers, the missionary service was postponed, anJ the offer-
iiiL' announced for last Sabbath
will he taken   at   close  of evening
BO I vice.
J. 1). Kennedy, supt. of the Mill
Co., has received instruction.- to
ship all the lumber on the dock
here and at Gerard. There is
around 700,000 feet, and it has
been disposed ol ai n gnod price.
Ralph Higginson came over on
Wednesday night from Camborne,
where he has been rawhiding ore
from the Mammoth.
T. It. Merritt, president of tha
Imperial Bank, died at St Catherine's, Ont , on the llth inst.
Official notification was Bent to the
I.ranch here
Mr. Richardson, of Vancouver,
came in on Tuesday night on his
wav to Ferguson, where he will
adjust the l.is-.'S occasioned by the
tire at McDoneil and I'lack's.
Rev. Scott and Trunk T. Abey
made their usual official monthly
trip to Camborne lust Sunday.
F.d. Anderson, who has been
working on the Eva for some time
came home on Wednesday night.
Service in the Hall, at Ferguson, on Sunday afternoon conducted by the Rev. Scott. Subject
of discourse, " Missions."
The Amateur Dramatic Society
have decided to produce "Turn
Him Out " on St. Valentine's Day.
Thi- laughable farce was first produced in London, and it had an
unprecedented run. The cast is
as follows : Xicodemus Nobbs (an
itinerant vendor of juvenile toys).
Falling
Into Line.
KASLO BOARD OF TRADE
TAKK UP MATTER OF
A. & K. CHARTER.
Local
Mining.
<;
0.    BUCHANAN    RECOMMENDS NELSON BOARD
TO ACT.
We notice by our exchanges
that the Kaslo Board of Trade has
taken up the matter of the A. & K.
charter extension, and through
their delegates have strongly recommended action on behalf of the
Associated Boards of Trade convened this week at. Cranbrook.
Although Trout Lake is not quali-
fic.l to have representative! at that
gathering, they fully realize the
influence and power of that body,
and the secretary of the Trades
OF INTEREST TO THOSE
WATCHING THE PROGRESS
AND DEVELOPMENT OF
THE RICHEST MINERAL
SECTION OFTHE PROVINCE
J. J. Atherton ; Eglantine RoseleafConm)ittt(,  forward«j a memorial
Mr. Thos. Leavall, aon-in-law of
the late Q. W. Carothers, arrived
lay morning from Spokane
after a tedious trip. Mr. Leavall
wir-hes through thc Review to express his thanks to the Indepen
d.nt Order of Oddfellows ami the huilt, and everything necessary for
dtixene generally for the care taken 1 the successful staging of this and
of the body oi bis relative and the future plays is being attended to.
sympathy extended to Mr^. Leav* The proceeds of the entertainment
ail mil himself in their bereave-wiU be devoted to the construction
ment, "f new sidewalks.
(a heavy swell in love with all the
ladies). T. B. Baker ; Mackintosh
Moke (a gay Benedick), George
Cheeseman ; Mrs. Moke (in fear of
Roseleaf), Miss Edwards ; Susan
(the maid of all work with a romantic nature), Mrs. F. C. Elliott.
The rehearsals are proceeding with
zeal, and all participating intend
that the event shall be a complttt
success.    Special scenery is being
A meeting of the Ferguson Skat-     Andy Craig'and Andy Daney
;•,>•_ ( ...   will   In-   held   at the Ral-  had th. ir snow plows at work with
moral Hotel, Ferguson, on Satur-I eight horse teams the first of the
day at fi p m.    All those interested
are requested t<> attend.
week ..11 the Beaton and Ferguson
roads.
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
THIS is hardly the time to start
out on your summer vacation.
hut   we  want you to consider the
LARDEAU
It is the place where nature can
lie   seen   in   all   its  grandeur  and
magnificence. Its lakes, rivers, mul
mountain streams are tilled wiih
lhe finny tribe, and disciples of
Ike Walton are in their glory. ID tj>
It is :i rcsnrt entirely free from the
mosquito pest ty ty) ty ty M M ty
Por information, write to the Secretary of Trades Committee or to
the  Rkvikw.
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
Craig and Crawford can supply     The unfinished house owned by
vou   with   B   good   team and cm-  Curl Dandall,   on   Lardeau street.
fortable cutter any time you want could not stand the snow pressure,
In go for a sleigh ride.
and collapsed on Tuesday. Johnnv
Parisian's cottage   adjoining nar-
Berl Powler  received   word hut  rowiy escaped injury from the fall,
week   of   the   sudden   death of his
brother on the coast. |'.,rt   _f   the   dock   nnd   about
                             1 10.000 feet nf  lumber of the Can-
it. 11. N.  Wilkie   returned   from   .„■■.,„   Timber   and  Sawmills Co.
Arrowhead on Wednesday, where went down and oul  int.. the Lake
lumber
he   is   laying
water service.
out  the lines for a on  Monday  night.    Tl
will all he recovered.
Charlie Olson came down from
',) Mile ..n Wednesday.    He reports
nu abundance ui " the beautiful"
at the Cup.
Sam  Sutherland   has   been gat*
ettod nH License Commissioner for
'1,,' Ainsworth  License District.
,1. W. Westfall is still in the
Nelson General Hospital. The
latQSt reports arc favorable
CARD OF THANKS.
The Trout Lake Lodge, No. 41.
I.O.O.F., desire to extend their
hearty thanks to the choir and
others who so kindly assisted at
the funeral ceremony of their late
brother, O. W. Carothers.
A   BnOWSlide   at   the   old   lime
nuarry. Lardo, blocked for 38 hours
this week all trains on this branch.
to the president, G O. Buchanan,
asking tbat .heir Lest efforts be put
forth to seenre uometbing of a definite agre.-i.tent for the completion of the rorid.
At the recent Board of Trade
meeting ut Nelson, a circular was
read from G. O. Buchanan, president of the associated boards, in
whicli he pledged himself to support the construction of the railway from Gerard to Arrowhead,
and asking that some local body
instruct delegates to present a resolution to the Cranbrook convention to this effect.
We know and acknowledge
frankly that the local traffic at the
•..resent time does not warrant the
ouildir.g of the road, but we do
object to any company or individual holding a charter from year
to year carrying a good cash bonus.
A bonus is given by the people to
put in roads where the business
done would hardly justify believing that by virtue of increased facilities afforded by transportation,
the tonnage or traffic would increase in a short time to where it
would ho a paving proposition.
We emphatically say that if the
C.P.R. will not build or give some
definite agreement to build the remaining portion of the line the
charter o'lght to he cancelled. If
they want that $:.,000 per mile
now let them fulfil their part of
th  agreement,   if they don't want
to build until there is more trade
in sight, then cut off the bonus.
Work around the Camlionie
camp is reported by the Camborne
Miner to be very satisfactory.
The contractors on the Beatrice
are now driving a raise which will
connect the immediate tunnel with
the upper tunnel. It is anticipated that the lead will soon be
encountered in the raise. When
this occurs, the dip of the lead will
be ascertained and it will be definitely knoWn in which direction
to drive to tap the lead in the intermediate tunnel.
Messrs. Averill and Darragh of
Indianapolis, who are heavily interested in the Del Rey, came in
this week to investigate the .trike
that was made on that property
last week. That the two gentlemen were pleased is putting it
mildly, and the faith they and
their fellow shareholders have in
the property in of such calibre that
the property will be pushed ahead
as rapidly as possible to tne stage
where ore breaking can be continuously carried on. The new lead is
over 20 feet across, and assays
from it have vielded $14 in gold
per ton. The tunnel in which the
lead wa« encountered is a larga
roomy .tie. 400 feet in length, and
ie intended for the main working
adit. A depth ol 200 feet on the
lead is attained by this tunnel. It
is a splendid piece of work and reflects creditably on the contractors,
Messrs. Wells and Kennedy, who
drove it. The lead is now being
drifted on at either side of the
crosscut tunnel.
QOURLAY PIANOS.— Occasionally you hear a piano with a
tone possessing a rare " singing "
quality, so rich and sweet that you
.ire at once interested in the make.
It is this unusual
TONE CHARM
that has won for the Gourlay such
spontaneous and hearty recognition
from musicians in all   parts of the
Dominion.
Everybody in town will be sorrv
to ham that Billy Mullins is about
to depart for pastures new. He is
going to New York, where he is
entering into partnership with his
brother-in-law. Hilly is an old
servant of the C.P.R., and for tho
past four vears has held the position
of purser nn tlie company's boats
plying on the near by lakes and
is well known and esteemed by thc
travelling public. Hilly is a popular fellow with the girls and boys
and he will be milted in social
circles.
A llidfl from the main roof
caused   the   demolition   of   (1.   A.
Cheeseman'a verandah,
W. B. Pool, says the Nelson
News, has secured an option on
the famous Chism property at
Poplar creek, and is preparing for
operations in connection with it
and his other holdings as early as
poadble in the spring.
Silver and lead both advanced
on Tuesday's market. Silver is
again quoted at 65 5-S cents an oz.
lx-ail gainixl one point and is now
at £11. 13s. 9<i„ nine points above
the bounty expiration limit.
The Reward big tunnel force is
cut down this week while air pipes
and other improvements are completed.
The Silver Cup development
work is being pushed with vigor
under the supervision of Mr. F. C.
Merry. Tlie mine is in first class
shape and showing up well. Ore
and supplies are now handled by
the train from 5-Mile.
Work on the Broadview ie being
proceeded with steadily. A test
was made during the week nf a IS*
foot quartz ledge by assayer S.
Shannon, which resulted in an
average value of ILJ.OH. Another
car of galena is being shipived this
week.
T. I/cavall, of the Spokane Palls
Placer  Co..  operating on Lardeau
crck, reports that the  new much
in. rv is   being  purchased and will
be shipped   to   the   seei f opera
timiH ns quickly as possible. Work
will be returned as early al pos-
sihlc, so that machinery can l.e in-
I tal led   and  some clean tips  mad.:
before lu^li traltf,
L/iOOM-
The representative
0! the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for $_
per ail. in advance.
No. 55,
al and General.     |
"rethewey, who has held
iii of station agent here
jjeparture of F.  T. Abey,
edhesday  for    Nelson.
relieved by H.J. Hicks.
noticed that this isBiio
it larger than our usual
hope  our patronB will
|ange, which will be the
I paper in future.
ill smiles—is not in it
»r Mobbs,of Gerard, these
ith  the mill moving to
the  Lennoxville Hotel
it in it—fairly in it.
puble in Zioncity. Dowio-
ae  bounce  and general
'oliva lias got his job.
ck IV. was successfully
Bt  Saturday on Trout
titer Phelan'.
as   got   in   this week
te,   vegetable and garden
Covering   bulbs,    clover,
and  Garden City lawn
•chdeacon Beer, of Kaslo,
services in the Anglican
It Sunday. The service*
ll and some exceedingly
C was rendered.
ward Crosby gave a lec-
8 Methodist church last
tiight entitled "Among
frn B. C. Indians.'' The
• illustrated by lantern
?liere was a very poor
l *. The rev. gentleman
iucted services in the
i church on Sunday.
I	
10 have books from the
earnestly requested torn without delay.
les Committee will meet
I night at 8 o'clock.     A
ancc is requested.
.. Masterson. Secretary.
Try, of tlie Silver Cup,
'edncsday's ooat for a
ay trip.
Parker, inspector of
nd measures, is around
ual inspection trip.
»cvesque is leaving short-
easurc trip through the
t provin
our eye on thc Lardeau.
mining deals are pend-
t the Provincial Home
ting, the Nelaon News
t the columns of politi-
0 which was nauseous to
1-headed   reader, and is |
g us news—and that in il
manner.
linger and Joe   Hawkins
n for a day's fishing this J
Lev secured   some   nicoj
non.
rns lias   returned from a|
_ip I 1 the const cilies.
Ivans   has   secured
so for hi- hi l.l at Rcalonl
iiienih    -   hate been cn^
1 thc grand opening toolj
Satunl iy     NVe wiih thi.
success.
ion began I.is assessnienl
h.   \urorii at  8 Mile thii
—-L
mnii<_i«iai» r-i 1 ii, j., .i^-fl.■.>!,_.
--•s
—
All-1*
86th   inst,  the   Ladic<
give a haskr-t Ball.
operations   continu**
r   grounds.   A clcan-v
de in a few days.
succcnsftil dance w(
bo Alexandria hall, F<
It Monday night.
the appearance of »pt.
snow roads breaking, tra
,.4 is not all honey these ds| THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
I-. Printed at Tronl i.i.i.e. Hy, ana PuMlihMi
nt I'l'i; i.sun u:ul 'i'nmi l.:•.!..■ every Tliurtttfu!
Tn -• 10 lii'.r .1 . >a '.'ii ni.iii  hlmaull reapnn*
Itbla fti.' lie' iplillrtilS of ourr«np»iiileutti ex*
|i|.    m',I III  llrt  < ■.' 11111111 rs
All InciiU Will lir  .'liuririil nl   Mie rata* of IS
,• 'ni. pi r inii'. srm Imtei inn., .'.iui i..i-t'iiis pe,
loii-eiii'll siilisri|illi.l  IllSOrttOll.
Term* Inr I'ranslehl mnl nil er u Iverllslni;
fill I. mil' knnwn tin app..cn..nii m ollloe
Subscription tHOTia vear. Iimflvaiice,
The Vancouver World In its issue of Thursday says I " ll is confidently expected thai within a
short time a completely equipped
school of mining engineers will be
established in connection with the
regular courses of Vancouver Col-
lege and under tho auspices ol the
McGill university. For st me time
•asi it has been felt that rucVj a
course, covering at least tho tirst
two years' work, should be provided for local students. ll is cn-
pected that within a few .lavs a
bill will be brought before the
legislature al   Victoria having in
Grout Xahc
Mater
Supplvj (So.
%t&.
©
By UHing Water suppl ii .1   1 y th
Company y u ore ussuri .1 of ubeo
lute purity.   Government Analysis
t.. back up statements. ::::::   :
Httf-h McPherson - - Supt.
^
Griffith
Notice.
Notice ia lierehy given that 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the Hon.
Ohief Coinniinsioiiar oi Lnnils ami
Works for a special license toeitt anil
carry away timber from the full'."ing
described lands, siiunti-.l in West Kootenay tlfstrirt.
I'n,in :. post planted at Selilon Danoj 's
north-w i st coi tier posl marked P. .1.
[wine's north east corner post, lliehea
west BOchalna, tlience south 80 chains,
thenco east 80 chains, thonce north 80
chains, to point "i cotnniencemenl
P. .1. OK VIMS.
'I'ront Lake, B C, Nnv. is. 1005.
NOTICE.
Notice is heroby given that 30days
nfti r ihite I Intonif to apply Ui ilu Ohiel
i in .nn. iusioner ■-! 1 rtwls snd '. ■ ks tor
.rl licence to cul and rani- away
tiinlier from the following ilescribe
Ian
R. W. EDGE
Painter —
Decorator.
TROUT    LA Ki
ll. C.
.Is aituateil In  vV isl   K. oted • - Dis-
view this end. and Dr. 11. M. Tory trict.
I-'ri in a post planted on the nnn • easl
ol McGill, who arrived in  ihe oity
yesterday   and   consulted with the
board of school trustees alter their
-■i'i.'rn Lardeau creek about *j n.il<* east
from tlalfvvav creek and marked Nelilon
Daney's nortli*wosl corner post, running
east 1*0 chains, thence south 80chains
meeting  yesterday,  wenl down to thonce west 80 chains, thonce north 80
,,-.,, ,      , • ,        .'Imil. ■  ■" I'lilnl oi ,■ .IMI.:. iif-in 'in.
Victoria  lo-day  to  look after thc t-*i.LIX)N DANEY.
parliamentary end nf the business 1'""" '■"''■•
An announcement of ihe exact de-   _	
tails will probably be made within
a few days."
B.C.. Nov. is. 1905
' IKICATK OF THE REG\STRA-
TION OF AN l'Al'l:A-PROVIN*
CtAL COMPANY.
I '....I't-rr-     \. ■:-. 1897.
The attorney-general ol Ontario
h is taken proceedings to set aside
.        '                                              I ' erebv ci rtify thai  the " < lionnul
certain leases granted by tho Robp nill mipany," "N	
Bovernmenl   to the Temiskaminir IJl*bi,|'y " baa this day 1	
...   .       , as an l'.xt<-a-l rovincial Companv in
and Hudson Lay Mining i .... Ltd ■ -.   1897," lo carrj
on  the  around  thai   these   leases Iont or effect alloranyof theoblecti
...       .       ,.,..,   .the Companv to.winch tl -  I.   islativ.
were obtained under allida\ its Bled |anthorit*, of the Uegislatnn IriMsli
Columbia extends.
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   ct.'.    All work
Guaranteed.
OtttaBloct, Trent LaV:e, B.O
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Magazines on
Sale at " The
^®> Co
;.ev.ew.
■<•)
••••••
with the department before the
present government went into
power, and also thai   the-
Smokers' supplies in
-great* variety.
In-a.l ottice of He' (' nnpaiiv is
s- i,   " ll   ■ pj
_fljja.  hiiilding,  S  Iti.  Street, in the, city of
I'l.il-.i.lein:■' r ir. til    '■ mill \
vits were nol true   ii,   pomt . ; [net ■ p| ia an
as to actual  discovery of  valuable     The amount of
vi-- w i im i
ore or mm. ral in many..; Ui
tions  on which  leases have b   n ne dollar each.
1 In- n-,11 ■liin-.■ ui the ( panv in
obtained.    When   the first i vinceli situate nt the town of
made in Cobalt, th -.   '""" 'fke.aml Thorni
Mn..-   Mnmv  r.   u
erics   Were
men lived in the locality and organised a >■ impaoy. It ;s alleged
that they  took  whole town-ships,
mid had them surveyed   into 40-
same, is tbe aiiniii.-, for tho Company.
Nut  empowi and transfer
sl'..'k.
The Corrrpany  Is   specially   limited
ninler sectii . I \'i.
Tho tune ... the exist
acre parcels, and Bled tin ir claims  nany ia I ftj years from the 28th day of
without   making  nnv   d.scovery.    }?••19tM' .     ,      .      ,
■   i    • •       i iiven uml
Then they   advertised i.n p. : llritisli
tors  to go   in, promising them 20 Oolumbia, this SRt'i dav of October, one
1 i..-.u..1 ine md |
per  cent of  anv  discoveries they K. Y. YVOOTON,
made.   The ehareholdera also took        KegistrarofJ
'. lie ' panj is
I ."
I'.imi.
0
fob
NELSON, IL C.
m
'4S
Genera!
Merchants,
Trout Lake
i gtablislied and regis!
'I     pi i cl        ■ ii   otherw ise   si
own, lease, occupy, ose or dev. I
.  silver, copper
out leases in their own nam. b, and
and as ii appears by the evidence
so far obtained, gave a declaration
to the company thai ai sharehold-
i      i   r i   i i • i ■ i i r i se to ex tract oi
ere they held these leases  in trust reinov.
for it.    This  was .ion.■ to overrule °th i minerals:
..    . ,        .   . 1 l.nv.     el I. or  " hoi wise lo
the intention   ol   tho mining regu- traffl ilver, copper, lend oi
latione  which   limit   ll '' ;'".v"' ll"1 P'
. . .,,,,.    then ' j or part-
mining company can  hold.     By i, ,.,,
this  proceeding,    howi ver,   thi j	
perpetrated a traud on the govern-
ment.    The,"             sar. being CANCKLLATIi            RESERVE
taken for the protection of indivi* coast disti ut.
dual promoters and invert..rs who KirmcE i« ber.
.,.;,, 11 ,.. „i ti   ,.    .i ii,     •  ■ i*y tion, i ii it 1.1 i.rwhlci.
go in there at tbe present time in a »* .;.               .;.., t
i     , i: i      _ i    i     ,
r to  lot ite clam
„ ,,  1   ,; ,,,1   , I    ,,      |     _,;,     _• si n  Ho. I .   ..   -:i    1< ir- , i .  t.i.ll>    II   hi Ml
nn.l iin.i that  large ten Horn - are
ill. if! . i    , i of th.
blanketed '>y a set of leases it b WPJ pUbi i m
1       [,      i   I,,, ,.   ,, , Un    It..-,   .I../, in ■ nml  ilili'.l  ifftll   i"
  w. i ..I
_____________ 0_i •
'-.is I ) ■ Ina I
I     I v.eek we mpntlnni ,1 orl
i..i. i wi   i wi  nn inn ni. ilirectl	
allv   the fur    I,to!,In-,,  "' '.no.."I   Klver, nnO  in.u  . n.wn   lands
1,1,1 '"''l   ii,. . pre-empti ,i
,1      . ■•     iii.-.- li ii .:,■!■ nn- pm. i Inns ..i Ibe
 ii mid nil "■■'■ rn
;•■.. ii... i ii.-m : Provided Uml lhe rtajil  nf
'iriliil ill
Trout  Lake^_ City Transfer
and Stage Line.
li Ferguson    |
I " 1
Trout Lake |
m Beaton        n
I 1
Mum
Doily Stage will
leave Ferguson
7 a.m.
Trout Lcke at 8
EGO
WOOD   YARD
in connection.
tytttti$wctei$iw$Mi$$t%i,
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crawford
i
in    lbt>    lime    fir   you   io
In Buy Lot**.    Never wire
ihe rr>'.-|" ctn of Ferguson
mi bright.
NOW
The   Town   of   .ERQtjBON
win i.e one of tbe (ireateat
i»re Producing Camps in tho
World. Tha high degree of
success achieved by thi.
numerous WEALTH, and
PRACTICAL BRITISH and
A M ERICAN M I N I KG
COMPANIE8 now «.ix'raiiii(*
there is a tiihute In tin*
Item. :ulnus wealth nf the hill*
I
soI.'wall-. and urged the " tali nt
of the town to pul  up another i n
i rlainment   We are glad to knovt     ■ '"'' '
thai ri li   - :•■   i,o\, mi for an
amateur theatrical performance to
I en abont the middleof February. We ii'i ' ll at the citizi ns
;  I., rally will sppi I
and  support   it   in .
way.    K. member, the money does
nol  li ave town, bul goes  to improve   it     ami    make   i'i:-   m >r
I'll a-ant.
||-l-'ii. I I'liiim -ii,iit-i-1.1 1.iiiul^ .v Wnrks,
l,:iluln nn.l VV
v Ictoilu, '!.' ., Slat Ai.-.-n l.l i 5.
you w^int to Sicl-l-
you want to UUY
' I with thu
-*au Mines
Exchange.
NOTICE.
I be   ordinary  annual   ;•
meeting of the Old  Gold Quart:
and I'h r Mining Company, Ltd.,
Liab . will be   le Id   at   lhe ol
the Company, Troul  lake. R.I ..
nn Friday, 2nd day ol  February,
at 8 i.'.'loek, p in . for the pur-
rd electing din otors for th    »
ng year and such other busl-  ■ —
as in.iv properly come b< fi
the meeting    Books will be closed        Y   CWvlffin & C'ti
for.,;- Irom Jan 21st, I9U6  Jm   l * X91""" OL ^U#
until alter the mi i ting.
M. I' CHESTNUT Celebrated Brands ol   Ham, Bat .n
Dated al  Trout  Laki . R.O , 2nd and i
January, 1906, nelson,     -     -     b.c
?
Lav" lei eral • loo I I'm; nr*
I res liyle.l on wlii'-h iron 1 r
can i.e. had.
Lardeau Mines Exchange,
" I,, vi.w " Boildlng,
'I'i nil Lake, B.C.
Leaf
Rubbers
- in
i o\11    every
need 1 r .< m
fine city wear
Best
I..     lumbermen's or min*
to
Sen
foi tWi ar.
'1 hi y  are   all
just us honesl
ien Llriii
Best
to
Buy 1
J, Mie Co
Liiiiih .I
Vancouvor,
I'., c.
Best
Belling
to
Agents.
Wear
Letinoxville
^—Hotel,
E. MOBBS PROP.
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
GERARD
B   C
The BEST Always !
!N KINK BHOES !
MINING 8HOK8 !
SHOE I'.M KS !
RUBBKR8 wn
OVEKBHOES!
GERMAN SOCKS I
is tubal ""I will ■'"' If ymi    .      ir buying
.I .hi i.ti '.-I    ■ ii-   ,       i,iii,|. .in. -
lllll li III I hi' UH\ i'i In..'M   l.l   l.l   nil un un, or
lllllll  It   II.H'.
■r_ wn shoe stobs
Public  Seh'jol,  Hospital, and
other Institntions. Exoellent
Waterworks system. Btreeta,
Stores and Residences illu-
uiiiud I.y Electricity. I'aily
mail r.rvice. Tho town-vile
in admirably laid 001. I lei Hi
NOW on the ground Hour.
I.uIh  can   now   no   purcliHifil
pRon
UP.
$75
  r.
TOWNSITE AGENT *B»
| HENRY FLOYD 9
RRVEI.STOKE, B, C. '$
B^JBfil__tt«M_^^
Nelson, B. c.
ANDREW    8t
CO.
. ar tul'v :o..|   promptly
ill I muled to,    Ai-i'iii fi i
I leltiii SliiieJ.
A. K. lll'.VI.AM),
PROVINCIAL I an I.
M In. ral ' llniins Burveyed
POPLAR, KASIX).
XEbc iDotcl JScatoit
I5KAION.  U.C.
YI81TORH arriving at Beaton (the threshold of the Lardeau]
via Arrowhead, will find this llotrl to be fully equipped
fur !.i,!b-ebiss trade, l.x.'.Heiit accommodation. A well
appointed and spacious dlnlna Imil. Tho best ol Wines,BplilU
anal Igars. L'enonal snpervision Is given to the requirements ol
patn r; I., 'he I aoli an en ii i.'lv on rninfni't al tliin hotel.
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
•
•_', .v. >••   ■ .   -   -   - -   ''V4,-r
- -r-<» FERGUSON H6TBL
r*5-5fji%r<*
The noted hum.' f..r travellers visiting
• Ferguson, ILC
,\ well stocked Bar ot the choicest Liqours, Wines, etc.
McDonnoll &  Dlack
Proprietors,
NO. .1
,„■" I.   boiili min. ml ei..... .   - an,a.' in   ih..
I null   l.nkf  .Mmin.;   Iln |.| ,n o|   ,VUH| Km,I
v. I.' i     InCllU  I .      it    ' Illli nn   I'li't U, iihoiil
tWO li.il.'. In.iii i imi.  , m
,  I'*.' ■' ■ hi.u i..i.e.. .   ■. llktu it l.-r
 lilltl ' ■ Hill .   ne I   li nu   No.
II I  lllll i   I - duyx ll     i Hit' il a.. In if.
"'• i" "I'i'i- iii on -i,.,i... ■•■ for ii .■' i-
tlnmiln .1   Impruvi menl - fin   Hi   purpoiKi of
ni.iioiiiii.. n . rown «.i-ni.i i»i Un in-...' I'liinii.
Ami flirtlll i- lun Ill     l .i.r   ; ii.   in ill r
""■ i'i'i-. I..' .■ ■   i ... - rt> Hie l»
 ■ ' :   '"'i' inirll : ileum,
I'I'I' 'I  llll> '.I!,  nil.,    tul.. t.  A.l'.    ll.
"cl '' 0.  II.  N. WII.MI..   IM..-.
Tinni   I.m.i
mh in; in i.i.i.in.|I KN'l' c i-i 1WN khs
Legal Notices.
CERTIFICATES OP  IMI'U'iVi Ml-:s r.
MlTH'K.
Qolden Chesl N" '-' • ' iolden Cheat Nn,
2 Fraction, uml l.idie mineral claims
iltuate hi the lYoul l.u I.r Min.i. ■ Division of W >• ' Kontenaj rtlstt   i
Where   lot-tied:   One and   i ne hall
ii ileH   sonlli w.-sl    linn,    the    town    ol
Poplar, B. 0
l ii.,. notice thai I. John  Keen, free
.nine.'''*  CO 'ili.'iile   No.   I  ' 1,333,   oil I
il i     ..ir dale hereof, to apply to
, lie Minim*  Record n   loi < ei I Ideal
I ;io.i.i\eiiients lor the purpose ol obtain
•:i_■ ero« a stfanti ol the above daiinn
Vnil (ntiiier take notice thai
innlel   Sit'liilll   1.7   llltl-l    Ir.-    (iillllil.'ll.'e'l
i„'i'in' t l.e istuance ol inch, eel iill
ImprovemenU.     Dated i hit 3lsl dav ol
r.A. I).. 1900
\,,v 208 JO'I <  KKEN
NOTICK.
BUck Diamond mineral claim, situate
in the 'I'mn: I a _• I.'- Islon ol
.,.-• Kootenay disl rlcl.
Where loeatcdi On divide between
tho '.ni. i i " li ol the Booth I'n'! ni the
Lardeau river and Bonanaa ereeki nbnut
two tuile- northerly trom the American
lllllie.
Inl.,. Noiiie thai 1,0 11. N. Vi ill.i'-.
niiiir/ ..* sgeul for the Beatlle-l in
Mining Co., I .M <'■ No. 1183105, intend, sixty days linm '.lie da ■■ In
toapply to the Mining Heeorder for a
Ceititteate ..f Improvementa, lor tl"-
pnrpoae of obtaining a Crown Uraril r,l
the ..ore	
\ii.l further take notice tint action,
iin.ler r-.'i'ti'.n  '■'.'.   mi    '   I
!, i .,.. the ol  sol h I
111   I III pi nvliH'll
Dated    tin-   5tb   d iy     I Oct
,„i :,. ;o. It. N   VVH.KfK,
NOTICE
'.'. i«ards i.oner..I claim, situate
hi   ".•  I rout lake Mining  D visi in ol
\\,■•■  !. ■ ..." ay disti; t.
... i,„ i;   | '       moun-
• :'.  i.  • Silver Cap
in
re that I, Fr. I liarles
V'.l.iett.  I'.\t '■■   No     I •-••il-'.   aitlie,: a"
i l.itin W    Westfall    I
N •   is-  " I, lotond,   rial.   days from
tlie    .Lite     hareol,    U.    ; OI)ly
Mining  Recorder   for   t> i
; ii
.1        '    in I ol th
•
\'.'i  lijrlher take .
■  .ri :>T. i- i -i be .'"ir
.in- isr i .im-.   ... -1 .-I   rtitical
nf I mprovi its
Dated thi** llth day "f Am.'.. »,» 1900
is     -
NOTICE.
Black Diamond Mineral Claim diuaie
in the    rrout   l.al.e   Mini.I'.'   Dii ■     - -     I
v.    ■ I. maj Disti id   Where liK-iitcd :
. ine hall mile north oi Haskim* creek.
Take  Notice that I,  II. M< 1*1 ei
a^eiii   for  lhe   Seattlo-Oregon    Mining
Co., I i.e Mn.er-' Certilicate. l-o.lis!
1    .ixty   iia\..   imi.i    i •• •   date
in-i -a to apply to il." Mining i . cordo
f.,r a I ri i ll ilu ni twproven eum I.n
the purpose of obtaining a Crowu grmu
ol ilie ah'i\'■ claim.
Ami  Further take in tice tin i
ii ml. i  bi -a ion 3.   nm fi   I..- cm n
before I he issuance ol such C
of Improvements.
Dated this 143rd day Sept. ».n   100 .
sept 28
MlI'I IM
Brer Pox, min. ml nl tUn,   ultwite lu i  -
TroUl    1.1.kf    Ml X 111. Ir Inn   ..'    Vi.-lliiii-:
i in.v iliHtrlrl
Where I ti-l r    Un lliinrin." i   .'       :.. nlx.ltI
iiiie iiili" «t>ulli-en»i   trom   in .•,■.   niiini mil
i,  ' i.oui
'inl... in.i iim' I.O.B.N. Wilkie. ■'. .a i •
i',.. I vi.-.\. iKii   !,,.- mluer'a •■■ rllllirnt*  l*...
i.i.i-n.i. nlxty .i i     '    Hi Hi" ll •'■'■ In li
i i. I . upplj I., i'i. Ultiliiii Iti ■ inii.-r nn- ii.'. !•
inn.:il- ol  In- i 'I   I*,  i  ii txiw "I
...
nili. . .nu.. ii..1'.'.- iiml in ll  li, in.-l-i
-- -ain i ;t7, iii'i.i be I  bef.ir. tlie l*>
Kiinmreof micli i   i iiili-,.1.- ..I en|-i..\i ■ i- i.n.
II, .'.        ..I ' ll '■ .1.1-1.   \.|i . in   '.
...  R. N    Wl. i
. .lames Grant,  li. li. Macl cod and
.Iiinn n Bouchler, or to  »limn- ever
they mav have transferred their interest in ih" Slate i.,ii."ral claim,
Tali" notice that   I, the undersigned
co-owner with you In lhe Slate mineral
ilaim, Minnie on s..ml. utile nf Lardeau
nver bei A't "a Itapid and  I'oplar creeks
in the 'hunt  Lai.'  .Miiiin.  DivHion ol
Vi 111   Kootenay,   have performed the
n        ai v nm i, . ".I made the necessarj
expc'iidituru on   tbe above  mentioned
■•!.  [ui lhe vi ins  1904 and  I-1
nrdei to hold the fame under section "i
uf tho Mineral Act, and the years foi
which sai.'. work was performed and ex
ponditun made Imi ing expired, I lien
I-;. give you notice that if within90days
trom i!..- i.i -i publii at ion hereol yon
Fail or refuse to coin nbute youi prop ii
ioiuite shs i  such expeudil tiro and
:n ii c costs of thia advertisement your
iuteresi in the sai.l  mineral claim '.ull
'■■. iiim- i lie property ol tho umlei -
Under and by virtue ol section I ol the
Mineral Acl Amendment Ai t, i 100.
I'." at I roul   I ake this 17th day of
1905. JAMI.s BS'KLU
.  .. In i."..
It. pays to use th.- Telephone,    A
lengthv trip can often bo saved. Offices
a'   l-ereiison!  I'uiiiiiiilib'  Store ; Trout
Lake, Posl inii.'e; also at Beaton, Cum-
iiplix and Arrowhead,
m
.'! .
I  IKK.
N.i'll. K TO M-.I.1N.|I I-I   '    '   UWNEK
To D. li.   McLennan ortn whomsoever
ho ii bis i i'i i---i
'mi'.- claim,
Take   Sol be   i nd ■
i    n ..ii iniri-
ih ail     I .Ver'    I el '..' '  II K.S '
., i ak.- iii  ling division
... \v. ;. r the ne-
woi i. aud mail rtl     i ■
pemlitiiru    on    the
i ;.i iii-
.ir.ier in hold the sai n ;
r  -        cars loi
1 which sail work " IS p. Uld I X-
I licre-
.. _\i,u   notice thai  il  within 90
. ou fail ". ■■
m\| undil
 sts ri I'crlisement,
est in   ■ ■     i; mini ral ■
will ir ci me the oropertj
' i -. aii.n l
nt     the   Mineral   Act   Aii.t'i.tmt nt   Act
■   i • ■ - -"ah day ol
1   ',! D   '
i ., Owner
Review Job Dept>.
For High-Class Wora.
ICE.
Copper Qui        mineral   claim   -ililnle
iii i In- I roiti I ake minii _■ dii ision of
West K "' nay district.
Where - .can .1: ' In '-'ilvei '' ipi ."in.
tain, aboui ; ■,  miles  [nnn Silver Cup
mine.
Take notice that I. Frederick Charles
Elliott,  F.M.C.  No   I.-ni.', acting as
agent ior I liarles  L. Copp, I'.M I
..    Charles   McSieholl,   I
No.   B780U, .. id   John   \\.  Westfall,
K.M.C. Nn. Itsrtil i.  inn nd, six! ■
iron, ih ;- to apply tn iln-
Mining Recorder m Oertlttcate ...
! mproveni n I -. lor i lie purpose ol obtaining   it   Cro« ll  I ira:.'   "1   lir,-
claim.
Ami further taki  notice thai *etion,
under sectioii 47, must  be commenced
Certificate uf Im-
Dated il ii llth daj ol Aug. i D
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
ARROW  LAKE, fit/O.
--Or-; :'■--
Under   New  Management
HARRY M.iXTosii.
nl the Uoffinanii House, Rossland,
Proprietor.  .
The Mr.-i complete health resort <>n
the continent of North America, accommodations for inn guests. Rood
fishing, boating and hunting.
ri i in.- M'.' on to $18.00 per week, sec. r-
ding in residence in  hotel or villas.   A
■ In attendance.
ii her parti.nilars apply to
Harry Mcintosh,  Proprietr
HALCYON HOT SPRING8.
Balmoral Hotel.
Rl
s.3®
Visitors tn  Fergus >i;   may  rely upon the very beBt of
accommodation  at thi-  well-known hotel    HooniB are
well   furnish.:.t  tbioughout.    The   liar  is slocked with
a choice assortment of palatable (jiienchera.
So
under the Management of S. Slinger
A
Pointer
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
EVKKYTIUMO   NKW   AND    r-'IltST-CI.ABH   IN   ALL KKM'EOTB
Fire  Proof Safe
Tlie tioune tumockeit wllli tne fl*> „t Wines and t;i_ir» on tint markM.
TYout   Lake,
The GENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
In Under the nam* Management.
looking for n plac i to -
your holidays, !>".ir in mind
that Trout   Lake   is   an
ideal   Bummer   resort       The
■ i.< ry and climate aro magnificent
tiivie:  taele
S.S. OKO   I-. PIP-R.
[tunolDg  I. '..'."...   Anoivli '.ol.   Ilea-
-  .-." nnn i:V_'.
.    Ur.o*. tn a i tor Ilea.on '.inn
toil      '■':     i omaplix',     a*,     follows,
Coonupux, twii. ...i'I.
I,. ig   l.e.ii'i.i   :.u i   Comaplix   foi
\i nn tn ...:. • .
•
ill O. I'. I I rains.
Tbe  ni. •.' i -  I-, ten i
ellllllL"-'    tilll"-     trl      SSiliugS       WlthOUt
notice.
The Bowman Lumber Co.. Limited
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
THE !
Place to Stop at
WHKN IN B088LAMD,
Davis (©i Loder - - Props.
Royal   Hotel
HaPcy Bar,
Mualcal lintertr inmen:
Bulletin   Hear', World's
Mining News.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout* Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables at Trout* Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent    Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   £_
E. L. .MORAND,
PR0P John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Lardeau
Hotel
cri
B«*S
to
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
Iwteit^rrK0.;  mmwwwmwwwwmmwwwwmwwwmmmm^wwwm^wwwww
11,.til.     lifii'   Un*   visitor
will   be   surrounded   with
lioini- romfolls.      K.\. I'Hci.l
cuialue,     well   vniti]
and    wai'iii    rootna,   w«*ll
Btnckod bar,   and  evi ryihlng which
tci'.l- toward,  making yi_r viail n
|.ii-,ir-.int and iiuii.oiii '," mi.'.
B i en fi'Mu $1 <iuv ni'Wiii'.i-.
W'f strive t«i please out patrol b.
FERGUS0N.
■r~.::m
CITY
7i
a
MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND _
General
Merchants.
FEBGUSON - - B. 0.
THERE   have   been   fortunee
mode iiy judicious invest-
ment  in   U'mI  r.stat.'. and
more fortunei* «i!l be made than
I'voi- tito iu xt two ..i lb re* year*.
'! he one who rean« tho harvest is
th original invi'stoi. for In* Imri
Lis money on u certainty.
N. ,v let ii- t.oitit tut to yon tlmt
there i« tin better spol >n the Con*
: . ..nt in i.iiv Real i'>t.ii.■ than
TROUT I VKE.
Trout Lake Is the prettiestspni
in   iln-   K   ri'' li .v - ;  RM  n   ;'< .i-un-
ri iri i; has no . t|ual. Boating
nnd li-iuiii: may be indulged in
the year round; while bis guma
in abundance is t>. tha found on
ilu- bills, lis I'lin.nt.' is superb,
there bi ing ii" nrrnl pxtrenu s, ll
being mild in winter aud coo' In
summer, It can boasi >.f roui i :'
,|,,. _nn*t hotels uml r'-sideoces In
I',, it.it-.li I'nliiiiil.'ii. It- Btn c's nre
m,.;|   In i!  ..ut  uml j;r:iili ii.    There
ni'.' tw i i'Jte> Henl  (ft t .1 stores,
uu.l ti glHiic*1 ni lhe sd\ -itisi'iiu ois
in this j" imsl will x'm.'.v t!i.ii nil
trades are Puirly w.-il represented.
Write  with couftdencfl to Ag«nts.
ill
*^-=? a o
'Ml
H. McPherson
Agent*
Trout Lake, B.C.
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
Make yoi.r
selection at
i • > i
■
ence.
Then call on
or   write  to
-Ol
_:*>-
IT has never lmd"a "boom "—its
growth Iui* been steady. It is
the head of cavitation, aid
the terminal oi the Lanlo bianch
•»f the O.P.R. All roarls (in the
Lnideau) lend to Trout Lake. It
is ilu> ciiiiiiii**r<ial centre of the
riehiat mineral dit-trict on the
eoiitinent. ami has banking facilities' provided by tlie Imperial
l'ank of C'atiiiiln ; first-elnsrs school
ini'i'iiiniiiiliiiion under the ilinc-
tii.n oi B. Shannon. It.A.; n good
water system ; government offices ;
Count) ('.urt sittings* Methodist
Episcopal ai il Anglican chur.'hes
ami cottage hospital.
There are valuable ranch lands
on 'lie outskirts awaiting settlers,
lis lumber resooroes are magnifi
eei t. and a bund saw mill with a
aa parity oftiO.OOOfi. per day is at
t' e Lead of the lake. The micos
tributary are proving out bigger
I lo.iueel'H   every   vear,   with   i.t-w
proepecta opening up rich bodies of
ore.
'11 ere will be a hig roth ibis
vear, ho il* you would know
nu.if, wrile nt once to eitbei of
the ngeiitH at the addressee below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
H
\
JuauauoiuaiuuituiHi'.uiiuUiUUiuiuuiiUiuiuuiuuiUiUouutiuUiumiuaiW
ojCija*jL#o
__=
,i""i r,jji"iJi-fT
SEEDS
[wub DCiWL'fu *i^rw ana »»ovw.
■      )  in >^Wn
;4>1UUU V»» .cu.
•*'
Tbo representative
if the neb Lardeau
ctmiitrv. Scut to
any arid reus for $2
per an. in advance.
No.
and General.
thewey, who has held
of etitlion  agent here
■parturo of F. T. Abey,
Jnesday  for    Nelsori.
relieved bv H. J. Hicks.
'e_
je noticed tbat this issuo
»t larger than our usual
hope  our patrons will
ige, which will be the
1 paper in future.
.11 smile.—is not in it
»r Mobbs,of Gerard, these
Ith  tho  mill moving to
the Lennoxville Hotel
it in it—fairlv in it.
■vuble in Zion city. Dowio-
e bounce and general
oliva has got his job.
k IV. was successfully
ast  Saturday on Trout
' liter Phelan'.
I
{has   got   in   tbis week
vegetable and garderc
vering   bulbs,    clover,
ind Garden City lawn*
ihdeacon Beer, of Kaslo,
services in the Anglican
Sunday.   The services
and some exceedingly
was rendered.
ward Crosby gave a lee-
Methodist church last
light entitled  " Among
Im B. U. Indians."   Tlie
illustrated  by lantern
lere  was a  very   poor
The rev. gentleman
acted   services    in  the
^church on Sunday.
rho have books  from the
earnestly requested torn without delay.
les Committee will meet
r night at 8 o'clock.     A
ance is requested.
.. Masterson, Secretary.
rry, of the Silver Cup,
ednesday's ooat for a
lay trip.
Parker, inspector of
nd measures, is around
ual inspection trip.
evesque is leaving short*
easure trip through tlie
provinces.
our  eye on thc Lardeau.
mining deals aro pend*
\ the Provincial House
ting, the Nelson News
t the columns of politi-
o which was nauseous to
el-headed reader, and ia
g us news—and that in aj
manner.
linger and Joe   Hawkins
a for a day's fishing this!
'hey secured   some   nicej
non.
rns has returned from
rip t> the const cities.
Evans   has   secured
se for his h lei at BeatonJ
member*   liavo been eui
1 the gin iui opening tool*
Saturday,   NVa wiih th*]
success.
son began his assesmneiil
he \urorn at   H-Mile tha
!
te 26th   inst.  the   LadicJ
I give a basket Ball.
operations   continu"
er   grounds.   A clean-1
mie in a few days.
successful   dance  w
ie Alexandria hall, Va
' ist Monday night.
the appearance of fprl^
i snow roads breaking, tn
.._ is not all honey these d*| .".
, •*    ' • kjW1
* . _*■*-* .... -*
Job Printing cf evsry description will ba faithfully executed at the Review Job Dapt.
****•*' ■"■*** "  ..i n   i I   M « —■ ....    i ir.it - —■             *                '-      ---*■■-—■*■.      ._.-_--...__.■.-..._-_ —. -iria*u_i_im_—„—
 -....- _ _. ___
Ferguson
Freighting
and
Packing
Outfit.
Co.iirn.1*- .'nt.'. .'il min for packing of Mini up Rupnllea, etc,
t.. mi«' |i..i.it in ti..' district.
i .ui..I. prompt service, ami any work un lor'.nkon guaranteed
hutU :.u !m v.
S. DANEY, Prop.    Ferguson.
K i: >: l» c K i, LIOTT,
UAHRI.TKH, NOTAUY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
'Trout Lake, B. C.     ami Ferguson.
MO r*€s '5-fr_f*<7r-r«
A
W.  Abrahamson
Contractor
Imperial Bank of Canada.
(Owner of tbe Abraham-
son Addition to thc
Townsite.
Get a Home
Capital Aiitliori«nl.|4,00U,0<Ki
Capitnltpahl up] - ft.5QO.onn
Kent   -       -       *    8,500,000
Branches in the Northwest Terrltorie
Ontario
T  '.:. MKIIUITT, President.
K. II AY, Assistant Gen. Manager.
H,.-id Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
. Provtn   sol British Columbia, Manitoba,
and Quebec.
1). R. wii.Kii: Vice*Pres.and den. Man.
W. MOFFAT, Chlel Inspector
Trout     Lakr.     B.C.     Hunch-\    Gsncral    llanklnt*    limine*.*.    Transacted
Savings Department—Dapoaits received and Intereal alio wo '■.
nr:.riiu.il.l available In nil | rirlsi.ri'nlirulil.
I'nlied simO's nnd En rope.
Spwlnl iill.iit mi  (tveil I'' collection* mid
Mlnins Hi nd*.
T. B. BAKER.
rianacer
For    /oursell.
Don't Pay Rent, j
■MMMBMIHiMHMV ■■ ui -.- ■jo***' Jmm***mm'^mmm*mm*>mm^m-
Easy Terms.
O.B N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Laml Surveyor.
Mineral Claim:-, Snrveyr.
anil Crown Grants Obtained
ftmltlone*   Sell llr nl Office,
Tronl Lake, H 0
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO- L"P*
Hardware, Mini r_   Sr  pliep, Stoves
nntl Ranges.
rst_l_SOf**J.  B.C.
\ (TICK
Tenders for Mineral claim forfeited lo
tin* Crown.
Tenders wiil be received by the undersigned up in 12 o'clock, ie..... "ii
Tuesday, the «'.tli day ol Februarv, WOrt,
for the purchase ol the undermentioned
mineral claims, which were forfeited to
the Crown at the rai Pale beldinthe
Government office nt Kaalo, B.C., on
the 7th day ol December, 1904.
To be considered, nli tenders must be
ui least equal to the upset prioe, n~
given below, which is equivalent to the
amount for which find: claims could
have been re purchased ov ih.' owners
nn tin* lllltli of June, \<dtfi, together with
the tuxfs which have accrued since the
tax sale, the est of advertising for
tenders, and Orwwn Granl lee,
Claim l.ot So. Onset price
Consolidate.! Virginia 80P2    $46,06
Klk 3903       10.48
(Speculator B994      44.00
Bach tender musl be accompanied hy
a certified cheqne tor the full amount
thereof, payable at par at Kaslo, in
favor ol the nndets)gned. The cheqner.
uf all iins.n r.'ssiiil tenderers will be im*
mediately returned,
r. E. CHIPMAN,
Government Agent, Kaslo, b.c,
ALEX.  CBAWFORD
TIIK   PIOXEEB
Livery and Dray Stable
Saddle, Pack and Cartage Horao" Alwava for Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming, a Specialty
S
(li'O.S. .MfCnrlir, I    A.llioviy
A. M. 1'INKIIA.M.
HARVEY McGARTER & PINKHHAM
SOLICITOUS, Btc.
"heveustoke b. c
Solloltori Inr Iiii|>rrlul Hunk til I'munlii.
W.I. BRIGG8        J. M. SCOTT, i.i..ii.
Scott & Briggs
Baniuteri and Solicitors
Solicitors for Molson's Bank.
PEVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
*- o^Xj
RE8ERVE,
RIGHT OP WAY  FOR   RAILWAYS,
ETC.
Sot lee is hereby given thai all Crown
lauds along the located lines if any rail*
way, power, or tramway company. In*
corporate*] under authority nf the
Legislature ol this Province, and hav>
iii! a width of fifty [801 feel
si.I.' nf r-riiil li'ii's. are reserved for rich!
of way purnosei [. r such raSlwaj
ni tramway companv.
W, 9. (.on;'.
Deputy Com. of Landa and Works
Lands A Works Dent,
Victoria B.C., 3rd Oct., i(»nv
F
City Drug Store
PROPRIETARY
MK DIC INKS
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
m
School SiijijilieK.
Toilet Articles,
Kto.
8TRI0TLY0A8H
A FULL LINK OF CHOICE STATIONERY,
_J
*•**■  «* * .*
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  B  C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Headquarters to Minim ani Ccinmercial Men.
ACCOMiVlODATIOrMS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. IWcLENNAN,   PROP
TUSCAN    LODGE,
No. 89.
A 1\  & AM
"nl  Tharaday each
nn.nth.
Visitor! Welt*.me
Branch 8ublea at Trout Lake, Beaton. Fergiiaon and Camborne   ,, a*0rddred,Bee. F.C.Campbell.W.M,
*-***«>.•»**-»-►
Daily Btane leavei  Beaton al 13 o'clock for Tronl Lake Pergnton and Camborne
Leaves Ferguson, via Troul Lake for Beaton .it 7 a.m.
Tl
OUT
LAKE
LODGE
HO. ll
1   O. O. P
.#
ftflffular nu . IIiil'* liflil In
ll.l.ll. II.iW'k     llllll     .'.I'll
'I'm'.iliii   nk'lit  ut    ft
o'clock     ,'Mtiim broth-
.-r. oordiallj ireloorne.
vy
v.
...
n, ft. 0 <
P. M. Kli. 1'hiril. s,,-.
lhe Lardeau Brewing
 Company	
i
»
r***'*'?****"**«3
Lager Beer
I     and Porter.
1
I
_
9
_aBSESB5®3_S_2SBS5_5B8E_SHBB_B
Draft ®> Bottled.
H. N. Coursier
RKVELftTOKE, B. C
FIRE     1 N S U 1. A N C B
LOSSKS   PAID   PROMPTL.
Writf for Hates.
Starke^ & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS In Batter,
Kvks,   Chee.-e,   Produce   and   Prnlt
Houston Bk.Jiisepliine St. Nelson, It.('.
NOTICI':.
The ordinary annual general
meeting of tin* Primrose (iol.1 Min-
Ing Ootnpan.v, Ltd. Liab., wilt ho
held nt tin- oili.'.' of the Company,
Trout. Luke. B.C., on Friday, Fed*
rmiry 2nd, 1906, nt :;:;<> pm,, for
the |>iir|ii>8e of eleoting director!
(or the eiiHiiin^ year and mnh
other business ns may be properly
brought before the meotinfj
~ J. II. MILLER, Sfi'.-Tiins.
Dated at Trom Uke, B.C., -'nd
day of January, 1908.
The U C. ASSAY and CH   HICAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vanimpvkr, 11. 0.
lleniliiuartcrs lor Assayers, Mininc ami
Mill fiupiilies.   s.iie agenta In B, 0. for
Morinm Crucible Co., liatterseii, Kn«-
Uinl; K. W. lirn.ni 4Oo.'i PatentCary
Furnaoet. Burners, etc. i Wm. Ainsworth & Co.'s iine Ualances. etc, etc
:B.__<«M>OCI
©K
Barber Sbcp
 KOH A	
flood Shave or Hair Cut
— CALL UN	
S William Schnell, il
FKItlil'SON.
Hot and Cold Baths-
Airrountant,      ....       Aiidltor.
J. C. MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE.B. c.
Oni'.'ii' companya' Intereata carefully
looked idler.
A.tnl lor lli.iirl.iv » I'liuio"
Imperial
Barber Shop.
Kor Good llaircitttiiiK and
Shaving v> to
G. A. CHEESEMAN
Tiliil T l.AKI'.i 11V
Hot and  Cold Bath*.
FLOTJR=
!
^FLOUR
Raymond Flour
$3.50 per 1001b.
NOTICE.
During the  Winter  Months our Store will
be open   from   8  a.m.   to   7   p.m.,  except
Saturdays and nights preceding  holidays
A. G. FRASER,
Trout Lake
l__MEI2_3£_aa*J
FLOURS
=FLOUR
V.M. West.;'. 11 & Co.
Mlnnm liroktrs,
Ml.lim- l'ni|»'.li. ~ Cfimili .1 Iln,
Mines and ProspiH U Bouahl antt '-u'.l.
M Inline l'r<>|M-l ll.-*- I.iinlo .1 All. r .. r NoD'tttll-
d.-.iN.
I.ftr'i mi   t.,opp.
lit. iir.ll.iKOffli'o
Tronl Luke. H. C.
* Hssa^tng *
(iol.l or Silver fl Ml
Cold nml Silver |2 00
silver mnl Lead  I BO
Copper    i 00
/.ine ♦) 50
LAKEViEW HOTEL
TROUT i AKE  B.C,
Bar well Supplied with Liquors &, Cigars
Large Comfortable Rooms.   Kxnll. nt C'nisiiie anil Attendance.
5   SHANNON,  \ssuyer
Trout LftlUi B. C.
Madden & Levesque
Props
P.Bums&Co
WHOLESALE] ANL*   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
Dealers in all kinds of Fresh Meat
TROUT LAKE.B.G
F. B. Wells,
RHVKLSTOKK, B.C.
RAW FURS
JOUGHT
CASH   PR.ICES   PAID

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