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 MJi
Has a larger circulation than any
Newspaper iii N.
Kootenay. Best advertising   ineiliiiiii.
Lardeau
ining Review
The representative
of the rich Lardeau
eonntry. Rent to
any address for $21
per an. in advance.*
 __.
VOL. i
TROUT LAKR CITY,  B.C., MAY I2, I
9«5*
MINING_RECORDS.
Locations.
Protector hy F. E. Ehrehart.on
Luekv Hnv niounhiin, April 27.
DotiMi'ul, hy D. R. McLennan.
,BOUth-' i>t Trout creek, April 28.
Ow la.   by   Annus   Beaton, on
Rustv .mil Tenderfoot creeks, April
26.
Iron Shoe, by J no. Crawford,
north si"b' Trout creek, May 1.
Conn Fraction, by J. M. Morgan,
south fork Lardeau creek, near 8-
Mile, Mav 1.
AH" rt.'t, bv P. Culkeen, south
fork, in ir K)'.Mile, May I.
Silver Drey, by A. Crawford,
north side Trout creek. May 2.
Assessments,
Cal ii met 11 years, Hecla 2 years,
Heel.' Fraction, J. W. Chishm,
April 2\>
Ql^- r.i|i and t;loss Cap2, E.
J.'War.I. May 1.
_n.''iie, I years. Fred Jacobs.
May i.
Or- '..n. W. I'balen, May 3.
jjilvr Chief No. 2,   F. C. Klliott
May
Siiv-i Star. .J. W Livingston,
May l
Byii'inlaie. II. R. Fraction, Avenue Fraction, Fred Jacobs, .May 4.
OEliril'l.'ATK   OK   I MPKDVXMK.VTB.
-Brace Fraction, Louise, to J. A.
M. Aikins.
TKANSKKKS.
B«...     ii.    It.    liatho   to  \V.    A.
Bkin:.":. Ami il 2.H.
Bol> W. A. Skinner to D. Morgan. April •.'*.
■'iW"'"""''■ Hecla and Hecla Fraction .1 W. t'liism to Jno. Minnia.
1-16   April 211.
jHfotln r Lode, Poplar creek. J. J.
84Y* ' to K. I. Masterson and W.
F. Il.-nili-r.-iin. Mav 1.
Tribune  is Sore
with Review.
SALMO TROUBLE THE CAUSE
—NELSON DAILY SAYS WE
in
and the only answer wo have T.npnl nr^Vfl+inns
t" Buch clap-trap is to print recenl  -L'OCai UperaUOIlS
extracts   from
side:
the
Review along-
i
aHi'red Fraser, Cold Commissioner
^Hthe  Revelstoke riding, came in
HH Tuesday night,  in corwiiuence
^■which   Host   Mi'Li'iman   of   the
-Pjii'1-or had to do some tall   rust-
lint;   to   supply   the  residue of his
SHJt'-ts with tln-ir full allowance.
aBohnn.v and Mrs. Parisian came
down from the Lucky Boy during"
the w.-ek mi a visit.
•BJ  A. and Mrs Griffith have gone
for a trip to the coast.
fA party of fishermen and fisher*
WOin.n   tiMik   a   trip to the foot of
■At-   Lake   on   Sunday.    Tbe sport
Ms good and a very enjoyable day
-As spent.
»un— On  10th inst, the wife of
John Crawford, a son.
Superintendent of   government
Works Mcl'berson has   started   the
{■pairing of  the  wagon road from
the recording   ofl'iee   to   the C.P.R.
Bcka.
We congratulate Brer Northey
Of lhe Camborne Miner on his ill*
■strated   edition   showing the pro-
ftr>- of the Camborne camp limine the past year.
Cal.   Garrison   left  for his old
ime,    Ellensburg,    Wash.,   last
holiday.
I The entertainment next Monday
-flight   in   the   1 O.O.P. ball by the
jBteel and Frcelaiul d>. should he
Veil attended. The press through*
but the country where they have
Shown speak very highly of it.
[  Fred   Elliott   is  improving   his
»'. I of the town by clearing off and
ftne'ng ti'e lots adjoining his rest*
Hence,
The Ladies' Guild of the English
STliuich, Trout Lake, will give a
■laskct Social and Da It 03 on the
■light of May 21th, in the Oddfel-
Sow's hall. Excellent music has
p.eeii engaged and a good time is
Bxpeoted. Come one, come all.
Program to commence at 8.40. It
•is requested that Indies who take
baskets will please put their names
I on them.
TDK MONGOLIANS.
Our remarks in hist week's isnue
relative to thc   action of   the mass
meeting at   Nelson re the Oriental
situation at Salmo is not appreciated by the  Nelson Tribune, and it
criticizes  the  REVIEW (pcrely lor
not sympathising witl* the move
ment against  the employment of
Oriental labor at Sulm«.     We DO
sympathize with the people of both
Salmo  and   Nelson  on account of
their    being    inflicted   with    the
"yellow  scourge."  and will assist
any movement  which will ameliorate their condition.     We do not,
however,  believe  in anarchy.    If
the resolution   passed   at the mass
meeting of citizens at   Nelson were
carried into effect it would lie such
pure and   simple.    We   condemn
the action of the Kootenay Shingle
Co., but we  cannot get awny from
their  legal   right   to Mploy what
kind of labor  they twose    The
Japs  and   Chinese   Iwfe   a  legal
standing iu the country, the latter
having  paid tiieir entrance fees of
from $50 to $500, therefore if  this
Government or any other  Government  were   to refuse them protection after taking their money, then
tlie Boxers had every right to playback as they  did some  few years
ago.
Tribune.
II""  many news*
nai«rs'«-ould there
SUPPORT   THE   0AU8E   OF|b«   In    Ko ntiy
were.  H wneri
»f   Mfrmllll   ami
mines mei   sniel
t<«is iii Kootonay
to substitute  Imported        l.'llille-..
ami Japanese  for
fill'  H-siili-Ilt   -V 1,1!,.
nifii una em ployed? '1 he iiuestion
ll rasped fully n-
ferii-ii for Hiilwer
to     tliat      pilhlic-
spirited patriot,
the editor of  the
Trout     l.nke    |{...
view, The trliito
men norking nt
the mine.- nf l.iir-
ili-au nniHi in. really |uoud of the
stsiiil taken by the
Trout I I.like " He-
view un tin- em-
plovnient of iiii-
portad Chinese
ami Japanese at a
iliin„'li' mill ut Salmo.
Review.
t 1'HII.   14
Tliie matter af-
fectl Hie ulinlu nf
tlie interior, ami
we ihould all l>e
iinile'l In using
every legitimate
endeavour to keep
I e" icllow peril ''
out, At Arrowhead
on the west iinl
liorard mi the
snath the sign i*
• .ui lo nil Chinks
mul Japs: " Kki:i-
001      OS  TIIS    I.AH
DI D." So far it
has been religious
Ij obeyed, ami tin
penple of the I.ar-
duait intend to let
Unit it is—tu th.
letter.
May5.
We believe the
intiuilil -ti'li        of
Oriental luhor will
do Incalculable in-
jurv In the people
ami retard.the development "f th.
country.
Nelson   Tribune
in Mining.
THE MINKS ARE ALL BUSY-
PROSPECTORS BEGIN ASSESSMENTS — SILVER CUP
A   BCENE OF ACTIVITY.
Thc Tribune attributes the action of the Rkview to a wish lo
■.uaiid in with the Government on
account of a few crumbs of patronage that might fall from the table
in the way of advertisements
This is the same old, old story that
the editor of that paper trots out
us his most deadly wea|mn in
attacking con temporaries who differ
iNiliiically from him. Rut in this
instance his usual chestnut is ill-
timed, as in the same issue in
which this tirade occurs there appears a whole page of Nelson tax
advertising. This looks well, more
especially as the editor-owner is
Mayor of that city. The Rkview
has much to learn from the Tribune
of consistency (?) and the art of
grafting.
We say. and wc say it without
tear of contradiction from an unbiased mind, that any movement
which will tend to the keeping out
of Oriental labor must Uave the
support and sympathy of all
political shades, and the att«*fipts
of the Nelson malcontents to fatten
blame on the present Government
will prevent any such unity of
action. We have no "yellow
peril '' in the Lardeau unless we
classify "yellow journals" which
Mutter in from the Houston block in
the same category. We have always agitated against it, and we
will continue to do so, hut in the
future if we should be up against
it we want the co-operation of all.
and this is not to be obtained by
knocking one party down to help
another up,
The Grand Forks Gazette and
the Phoenix Pioneer a#also grossly misrepresented in the same
manner by tho. Tribune, but we
can confidently rely upon Brer's
Burrill and Willeox to defend
themselves against such attacks by
Nelson's sorehead, hot-air mer-
•hant.
Those who have read the Writing!
in the Rkvikw on the Salmo
affair will wonder what pipe dream
the editor of the Tribune has been
indulging in. To those who have
not we submit the following extract  from  the Tribune of tho !H|i
And still tin.
says we are favorable t.> Oriental
laUir! We confidently leave our
ease in the hands of our readers.
Placer   Mining
Operations.
FORCE OF MEN CONSTRUCT*
ING FLl'MK SAMPL1NGAT
VARIOUS P0INT8 OF THE
PROPERTY—MOST ENCOURAGING RESULTS.
A visit was paid to the Placer
Works this week by a Rkvikw
representative. Owing to high
w-te: no work is being done in the
bed ol the creek. A force «>f men
are en paired in building the flume,
which will lie extended fur an..tier
600 feet A pump after the old
Chinese pattern has been installed,
which is worked by tho water in
the flume.. The idea is to put a
sump in the bed of the creek which
will catch all the overflow and
Leakage and pump it up to tin
flume, thus leaving the creek bed
perfectly dry.
Mr. Levall, "t • of the principal
men of the company, stated that
it ffas tlnir intention to keep
Ihe men working on the
Hume and building an .levator to
hoist their  tailings bo that when
the water went   down all would  be
in readiness t-. get out the precious
metals.
While h.-rc Mr. Levall has made
a series of tests at different points
on the ground covered by their
lease, which have proven very satisfactory,
John Simpson  spent a few days
this   week  on   the Calumet and
Hecla on Rapid creek. One lead
has been opened on the surface by
open tross-cuts showing a width
over 40feet. Panning demonstrates
gold clear across. Jack Chism is
working tho property, getting it in
shape for parties who are coming
in from Idaho with a view to purchase.
The Silver Cup  is now working
a force of 4(1 men. The compressor
plant is being overhauled and
when in shape the "force will b*
increased somewhat.
All the necessary repa'rs have
been made at the Five-Mile plant,
and the full force is being employed. The mill is working better now than at any time since its] witb
installation.
tjlator of the cook house was the
only mark by which they could tell
the location of the camp. In order
to get into the workings it was
necessary to drive snow tunnels
for a distance of twenty feet before
rock was reached. The snow is
wing pretty lively now. and it will
be hut a short time until it will
hav gone sufficiently to permit
the comim ncemenf of tbe extensive
Improvements contemplated.
No. 27.
Ferguson Briefs.
Last Thursday night the Eagle
ball was well filled v.ith people to
participate in the Conundrum Ban*
vuet and witness the shadow pantomime of Blue Heard. The whole
program was very much enjoyed.
The various shadow characters
were sustained by local talent, tho
gruesome story lieing read as the
play progressed by Sam Shannon.
Joe Deoelles and Charlie Larson Several of the local children were
are working on the Spider, situated  performers,  and   the   ladies of the
up Pool creek about   _ miles from choral society are to be oongratu*
town.   Their operations have been lated upon the success attained.
very  successful,   as this week they
encountered  a body of high-grade
gahna   in   which   grey  copper   is
visible.    Recent assays of ore from
thi-? property  yielded   $100   to the
ton.      Rut   little  work  has  been
lone on the Spider, but the recent
Here'.- a new trick ! Say five
hundred times in one breath " Pay
the Printer, please." If you can
do it, the joke's on us ; if you can't,
you potlatch $2.
The  hoys from the  Triune mii.e
Work will he resumed on the
Mohican iu a short time. The
snow i- going off fast, and supplies
can Ik* taken in at an early date.
A good torce is being maintained
at the Triune. As soon as the
trail is open shipments of ore will
commence.
Jim Livingston is taking out
some nice ore at the Rambler on
the Smith fork.
A force of nun have started on
the bi-: tunnel operations. Cabins
ire being built for the accommodation of u large force. It is thc
intention of the management to in-
ital a compressor.
Dave Morgan expects to get back
to the Surprise >,*roiip with a pack
train of supplies nt an early date.
The trail i> open for quite a distance up the North Fork.
A car of Silver Cup concentrates
from the 6-Mile p'ant went into
the Kootenay Lake at Lardo last
week. The C.P.R. have .livers at
work rai»iii!_' it.
Verschoyle and Wright are doing
some good work on the Willow
Grouse Some ore has Keen sacked
which assays from $800 to rJoOO
per ton.
During the past week a large
number of prospectors arrived by
boa! and rail to do assessments and
prospect their proper! i -
Frank   Landrian   is  down from
, the Silver Plate.   He reports work
Mr. Lyons, ol Sandon, father of i    . •
,,        ,",,,,, eoing ahead with good results.
Mrs. Jack  Crawford, came in on I"     "
Thursday night to interview his!    A shipment is being made this
brand  new grandson.    We tender! week Irom the Horse Shoe property. ;
find has so inspired the owners w*** surely drive us behind caged
that they have decided to follow up; uars- ^"e after another they roll
their success hy opening up the in and hit the counter with a two-
property, spot. Charlie Copp came dowp
Ceo. Goldsmith states that work *••••> morning and didn't stop run-
on the Scout group will lie com- n'ng until he reached the Review
meneed in a week or so. He will office and lightened his conscience
take n small   force of  men to start  —and his wad.    Do it  again, and
risk making us mad.
The Rink management have arranged for a bi-monthly dance dur-
to Jack our hearty congratulations
on the birth of a son and heir.
Abraham   Anderson,   father   of
the Abrahamson hoys, who lm-k
after the interest->.f   the travelin
public  at   tin
sloke and Queen's at Trout Lake,
came in on Thursday nidit to
spend a few week's with his sons.
Andrew and Noah. The old gentleman, notwithstanding his four
score years, is strong and hearty,
The average value will top the 1150
mark.
rioin the Camborne Miner.
The tunnel that   is being driven
on   the  Silver   Dollar  to  tap the
Central of Rev8i-|,ead a' ,l depth of 120 feet vertically from the surface, is forging
rapidly ahead, and it is expected
that very shortly the ore body will
be reached. A force of men are
still blasting and grading the mill
site, although snows   still hampers
operations somewhat.
The lies! line of smoker's stip-
plies in the Lardeau at the Review
emporium. If you are at all fastidious about tobaCCOS or pipes,
you should see our line of goods.
The post-office has received its
spring coat of paint, which has
greatly improved its appearance.
J. Flcischniann is making a trip
round the Lardeau with jewelery.
I oca! fishermen are doing well,
and fish suppors are fasnlonriblo,
Operations on the Mammoth are
proceeding merrily. Only a small
force of men is at present employed owing to the fact that there is
still a lot of snow on the property
which prohibits surface work being
conducted. As soon as the snow
disappears, however, mining on a
fairly good scale will be introduced.
When the men went up to the
Mammoth about two weeks ago
the snow was so deep  thai the vi-n-
ut as operations proceed he
will add to the number of men employed.
Tom Wills and D. Kennedy
have commenced their tunnel contract on the Del Rev.
Beaton Bits.
ing the season. They will bo held
on the 1st and 3rd Saturday evenings of each month.
Art.  Desjordy is wheeling the
barber chair at the Hotel Lardeau,
Comaplix,  and  is doing good biz.
Mr. Tunstall, of  the Alec Craw-  Arthur says there is a possibility
ford company was up  to thc Lake ; of his  " doubling "  shortly.
Tnurs,la-V- The recent extension to the side-
The s.s. Piis-r was burned to the walk is  a great improvement, and
water's edge last Sunday morning.   >s much appreciated.
The vessel   belonged   to   the   Row-       _-.   ,__ . , , ,
.       , ■     , VuUf Cameron hag returned from
man Lumber Co., and was in com- ,. ,     _i , , •.
.   . ,   _ the    coast,    where   has    invested
mission between Arrowhead, tom-i.   „  •...    „ ,     .  .
,. , , _..      . heavily in real estate,
aphx and Beaton.      The loss is es-1
timated   at   $11,000.00. insurance j    Walter   Kdwards,   cook  at  the
18,000.    At  the  time of the burn-1 Triune,  was  down for a couple of
ing she wa<   moored at Comaplix. I da.V9 thif»  wcek  putting through a
The engineer lefi everything inap-1P1*08 of important business of a
parent   safety   at   11.45  Saturday
night, and at 2 a.m. Sunday morning the vessel was discovered enveloped in flames. The loss is
total.
private nature.
Angus McDoiigall has returned
from Mount Lehman looking ten
years younger. He has been ranching it since  he   left, but says he
Billy  Boyd was the sufferei at.win not return "•■••*« *■*- can Bet :t
Beaton by reason of Cold Commit- long-haired partner to return with
sinner  Fred   Frascr's  visit to this ,um-
end of his territory.    Not only was1     Hugh   Rose, an  old-timer, came
a shortage in the provender caused, back  this  week.    He has started
but his kitchen crew went on strike work on his property adjoining the
by reason  of  the  extra work.    If Towser claim  on  the Silver Cup
Fred   keeps   this  kind of work up mountain.
he   will   have   to  carry  his  own ^^   Ateandar|  who is well-
culinary outfit with him. kn(Wn throuplu,ut ,h(, siooan, came
Arthur  Evans haajjetn granted in on Monday's lioat.     He has as-
a club license for'his house sumed   the   position    as   general
Alec. Crawford's San^are busy »**»n»g-« <* tlie   Parguson Mines
hauling To  tons  of ore from the Wm-tod.*
Beatrice  mine   to   the  steamboat J. R. and Mrs. Manross returned
landing. Wednesday  from   Nelson,   where
-—-- they have  been enjoying  a week's
The Dutch  fisherman at Gerard Wp-
md a lively  experience  with a 80 Frank  Portin has  thrown aside
Ih. salmon   last   week.    He first of bis cook'- apron   at Five-Mile and
all made  a   pass  at   him with his quit   the  company  after a year's
spear, but   in   doing so missed his "'*•<*•    »*«■ has made up his mind
1    . '         ,                  .   .                  , to try his   luck   with   brother Phil
footing and was precipitated head- [n ^ Reyf          f „ulntrv nml win
long  into  the   hike.    It was some jjgftve  vja  .\sheroft   for   the Ootsa
time  before   he   reappeared on the country.
surface,   and    in    the   interval the; ...               ,
,,.,,.        , .. Job printing is our business, and
boiling and bubbling of the waters QUr ...-iees conjure'with Vancouver
indicated that tbjf_s were happen- J prices, whilst we beat  them foe
ing in the lake's dark d^itlis. Pre- istyle—and that counts.
sontlv his body bobbed upland his ..                    ..        .
•   .               .      ort   ., A   shipment   of   rau*J  and   cars
arms   were   encircling   the   80   lb. ^j,^ Wednesday   night   for   the
beauty, while the finny gentleman R[g tunnel work.
showed his disapproval by mercil- T           ,'_,,    „„,             ,
,.    '', .          •   , Just received by McKinmw and
lessly   pounding  his captor s nose Sut*„.rl.ina,  a  car-load 0? Ogilvi,
with   his   ponderous   tail.       The Hour,—-the best in the Jand.
Dutchman   presented  a ludicrous '
,           ,   t. .,     , lonimv   and   Mr».   Russell   re-
iippearuncs as he reached thc shore,
still   hugging his captive, his grinning face  covered with blood, and
turned Iron) an eustern trip Friday.
The man   who  described a gold
mine as   " a hole  in   the   ground
the boat hook  hanging tn thc rear ()Wm,1 ,)V „ *•,„.,, y*. ]mdt,v than ,K,
of his pants. ; knew.
Don't forget the Steel  and Free-      J. C. Kirkpatriok   is  onhisplnj
lntiil show Monday night, I again.
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Job Printing of every description will he falth^ljMwecuted^ D <Pt
^bSIE/^AKEVIEW HOT£
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
Tho usual monthly clean-up at
the Eva mill, owned and operated;
by the Kva Gold Mines, Ltd . toi -
place on the first day of the month. I
■Tin; results obtained so far us we
can lc:rn, says thc Camborne,
Miner, arc entirely tn-t sfactt ry.
Tho management is s'.ill following
out the exhaustive mill tests of the
ore contained in the various workings in the mine, which were nun.- KJ
duced la-t February, and the re- Jti
(■nils obi lined are such that it is
now almost a certainty that the
mill plant will he enlarged. It is
apparent to all thai a great deal
.... ;.' 'd on the results of these tests,
a.i,i it is with a feeling of satistae-
...ni tha
- . i."
RAIJ WELL SUPPLIED WITH
Jquors and Sigars
Largo OoraforlabU* Rooms
Excellent Cuisine.
LEGAL.
FRED C. ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER. NOTARY
rUBI.TC, KTC.,'
Trout Lake, B. C.     and Ferguson,
"•^_-.—
an & Levesque
Props
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THE   PJONEl It
s with a   feeling of satistac-   -5-   ■ "I   "|~\ ^N 1        IT
i_i__sr Livery and Dray btables
Saddle, Pack and Cartage IInr._* Always Tor Hire
Ihe disallowanos of  the British.
Columbia Japanese exclusion act
by the Laurier government would -  . — --j-- -,,    -    -?
nol be a wrongful interference with
provincial rights, because the provincial legislature has no right to
moke   such     a    law.—Hamilton <<s .....
Dally stage leaves   Beaton at 13 o'clock for Trout Lake Ferguson an.I Camborne
I.i aves Ferguson, Via Trout Lake ltor I'i- it->:i at 7 a.m.
Branch Stables at Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne.
Hen Id.
NOTICE.
.Whistler,    Vancouver,   nnd   Impiria'
1 iniited, mineral claims sit iflte ill i!io
Trout Lake Mining Division ot West
Kon!cosy district.
Whcie located:—On Gsiner Ore',-.
Tako notice that I. J. Z. Hall, frw-
miner's eo.lificnte No. l>71oil, intend
sixty dnya after .hue hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder tor Certificates of
Improvements for the purpose of obtaining eioivii grants of the above claims.
Am! further take notice thai actio:
under section 87 must he comiuancud
before the Issuance ol sm-li certificate of
lm Movements. Pated this :7 h day ol
April, A. I)., 1905,
May.5'03. J. Z. HALL.
The Great Western Mines
Limited Liability.
TAKE NOTICK that a Special General Meeting of the Shareholders of the
tin at West, rn Mines, Limited Liability
trill be held at the office of the Company, it Ferguson, !'• 0., on Ihe loth
day • I May, 1905, al the hour of S p.m.,
[ot .le- purpota ..i oonsJdsrina and. if
deemed advisable, passing lhe following
resolution 1
" That the Company be around up
Voluntarily; and that Brland <•. Had iw
11 Feignson, It. (.'.. be and he 1- herebj
Ht-|Miintid liquidator fur the purposes of
such finding up."
Dated ibis 12th dav of April, ISW5.
Hv ordei of lhe Din ctors.
KLLAND (i   IIADOW,
Secretary to the Company
Elf""  you want to SF.LL
I      you want to UUY
Correspond with tin-
Lardeau Mines
Exchange."
1 • ■•*• -•* ■  -*-•*■ *—■•- —  - — —
FraigSitiny, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
SV_X_K*_*.-f__*_a__ *J_EX £
Con. H. McCurtor, J   A. Harvey
A. M     Plnkliuin.
HARVEY HcGARTER & PINKHHAM
SOLICITORS, Etc.
REVELSTOKE    B. C
8 -llcltiira tor Imperial Ilanli of Canada
YV. I. BRIGG8       J. U. BCOTT, t.t. s,
Scott & Briggs
Barristers and Solicitors
City   Drng
>t©re
A fuM line   of Choice stationery
Just Received
A I   €^/\    SCHOOL supplies, Proprietary medicines,
/VwwVfl   TOILET APTICIES. ETC.   PRESCRIPTION WOMK
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH.
Solicitors fur Molson's Hank.
REVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
Imperial   Bank of Canada.
Head Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Capital Authorised, t»,000,000
Capital [paid up] •   8.000,000
!!est    -        -        -     3,'K'i!>,0U0
Branches lu the N irihwesl Territories, Provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario and Quebec.
!'. R. MERE ITT, President. D, U. WILKIE, Vice-Pn s. and (ion. Man.
K. HAY, Assistant Hen. Manager.      W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspect ir
Traat    Lake.    B.    <*. Iirjacii-A    O-r.tral    Hanking-    Business    Transacted.
Savings '' ipartment—Deposits received nn I interest allowi d.
DrnAa Bold available In all i«irls uf ..'uiunln,
United sihii-s 1111,1 Europe.
Special iiit.-iii o__ ton '•> oolleetl-ini end.
Mining Bonds.
I.   —1—I ■.—■ mi .W...IIIMM
T. D. BAKfiR,
flanager
B. J.
CUMMINS
firm-rat Sinn*.    Knll I.lno
oft'an ned liunils.     KruiH
in i-i'iison. liin assortment
ol Smokcra' Supplies,
Oflli-eofllni Big Bend Telephone 00.
FERGUSON
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
Best Hotel in Town,
HeadanartCR for Erin ui Ccmmercial Men,
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. B. McLENNAN,    PROFBIETC R
Get vour
Stationery and
W.  Abrahamson Lennoxville
Hotel,
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get H Home
For   Yourself.
Stationery and      Dos^ pay
Job Printing at The^ J
Mining Review	
AiTimntiint,
J
0. MnuiAV, ii      V.       KQfllA   AGBHTFOA GIANT POWDER
TROUT LAKE, B. C.        ^'    LJj    UViXilAXj   FUSE AND   CAPS.
Outside company a' interests can-full)
looked iift.-r
.*,•_•■ ;.t tor IteinUman'a rim.es
LESSEE of the ALEXANDRIA HALL
t tor 11 Inl ■ nan's Pianos
v. m. weatfan & c~ FER6US0N, B. e.
Post Office Block,
Alain Street.
sit.;
1
U'e have several Good Properties listed .ni which boo I.... ni
can In* had.
Lardeau Mines Exchange,
" Review " Building,
Trout Lake. B.C
» Itri irtcd On.
Mil. i-ni-oM, ",■■'••  '. ■'.:■.   .    :   .    .-•.' *-.--.:• -ir - :• • i/ •: ••;• : ••:••:■•:•■:■ •
SI       i TropcrUea Looked Alter tor Jton-Hsel*    -
- Tr ,;rT ,k, r o 1 Packing and   Ferguson packing J
Record *ru"    *   •"*r'"-^-, «_* and
"*"H55a^iiig ~*     • Pt^Sghtllig Transfer   Outfit.   E
Co iiriiet*. entered into for packing of .Minim* Supplies, etc
to nnv point in the ilistriet. fr
Good, prompteervicu, ami any work ondertsken guaranteed ^
satisfactory. .,
»e
tiohi or fUlver	
Hiilil and silver   .   .
Silver mul  i.epil
Coppei . ■
Z'nc.   .        	
JI 50 '
J'JIHI ''*
'.' nil .-.
1 no
11 50 .
• | Ferguson.
S. Daney, Prop, i
fliKOI 'SON B.C    "•"■•■'■■ '■'• *>* t*" «v;t*-"'»-"'*- 'JTTjs-Tfs ip. aJSTtjs /*..   •.   ■    •    y. jji <js ,•■> ^ »£
.-     - -*
sr-g-*rrt_r- UIMISSI sr#4i
Rent
EASY TERMS.
E. MOBBS. PROP
Hotel and
Cencral Store
GERRARD
B C
©K
Barbershop.
SURVEYORS.
O.B.N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Surveyed
and Crown (iraats Obtained
lUhiiii-iii-i-  |Ssai K.-oini uttti..
le   il Ij.L. . II  i .
~l-i.lt A-
fk     Good Shave or Hair Cut    -
— CAM. i.n
Will-am Schnell,
I I I...I SUM si
Hot and Cold Beth
-Ss __ =
A. R. UEYI.AM).
I'llOVIM l.u. I.AMI MIIVaYnR
Mi.i. till f'ninis: Survpyeil
POPLAR, KA8L0
W. H. Jones,
Loose   leaf   Binders,   Fine  Job
Printing.
NELSON, B. C.
Starhe? & Go.
WIloi.KSALf-: DBALEH8 hi Better,
Eggs, Cliii-.e, Protliieo nn.l Irnil.
lloiiHtn.i |;k., fosephine st. Nelson, i: c.
WOOD    VALLAiMCE    HARDWARE CO   LTD
Ifardware, Hraers' loppRes, Stoves
■ ii I Itanges.
NELSON. B   C.
fltOl i   LAKE   LOOiiE   |. 0.0. K
Better Is a Conundrum.
Prices in Ontario are near t" the 80c. mark ; same m Winnipeg. At tbe latter place frerii made brioks
an -''liin? whoiesalo at 85d and tbe scarcity makes it possible for the dealers t.» *-rll nnv kind uf truck
.it big price*.- -Htarkey's Weekly Report.
rtea-ular i im im^. held in
LWilf.llon.il   Mall  erery
I'm « lay niunl ut a *
oVIuek VlaliiiiK l.nth-
erncordliiily trSMoms
J   II.Scott, N.il. KnU .MiiiiMii.rv, I; A I s,.r
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No39.
A P. & A.M.
3rd   Thursfloy each
month.
Visitors Weleome
fl Porddred, See., II. sfcPherson.W.M
White Burbank Potatoes    -   -
" The Beit Ever."
52.26 per cwt.
The B C. ASSAY and ( H rHICAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
\'*M1IL-Vl:l!,   U. ('.
Headquarters lor Assnyers, Mininir and.
Mill aupplita. Solo sgenls in It. t'. for
Morgan Crucible Co., Ustterses. Eng-
liin.l: P. \V. I'.i-.iiin & Co.'s PatentCary
furnaces. Burners, ate. : \V'm. Ainf-
ji'orih A Co.'s Fins Bslsncss, eic. els,
OQILVIB'S  ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD FLOUR
Mml' by th" N"'.t Electrical Process, Is acknowledged to be the BEST.
We don't KEEP it I      We SELL it!
.  w*tr**Amn-^iM.i**iA.- 'r.'^*v%Mmtmmmtvtmut»<fttmrmmmww t fmmwtv^_■>—%,      _________^________________[M—-aJtJ_a_^g      " '    ^^^^^^nmam^ant
A. G. FIASER'S Store ^l__
Sraest Harrop
Lumber
Sash    Doors
Hardware
Etc.
At Cost for Cash I
Poplar Creek, j
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH   PRICES   PAID
I —
P.Burns &Co|
[WHOLESALE   AND   RKTAllJ
Meat
Merchants
DeuleN in .ill kin.ln ol" l'ie-1. Mi 'j
rROUT LAKE, B.( •
The Nelson
BrewSngCa
Brewers of
Fine   Lager  Beer
and Porter
R. Reisterer (_> Co.    •   Props
Fou  8ai_j   Uts   :!."i   nnd
.ilni'k 17, Tiniii  t_ke.    Apply '
Mrs. J, ll. German, 006 Univi'wi'J
St. Spiittl.., WuhIi.
■■i
A^--. FERGUSON HOTEL
The noted horns [or travellers visiting
Ferguson, U.U.
A well slocked Bar of the choicest LiqourB, Wines, etc.
Proprietors.
McDonnell & Black
I i
)-■;
"'
:„■
:•■;
fcegal Notices.
|ir|.; 'in UBUNllUKNT CO-OWNERS.
■nn ie Ki--., nnd J. \V. Smith or to
iiiii-iii-m r    ther   they    ninv    lime
■uisferred    their   interest   in  tlie
l.< iiI'le Leaf" mineral claim,situated
i tho south east side ..f Poplar ere ik
i ul oni two and a hall mil"*- from
in.mill .if the creek, In the Trout
tike Minim: Division of West Koot-
jniy.
I nre horeby notified that [, Arthur
Johnston, roownerwith youin\hc
i    l.eui"   mineral claim   above
iii, .|   have  |ii'i(iii'n.ei| labor ami
Ha,,    , i. niliitire on the said claim to
extant of $100.00, .under the proms af section 84 ol tlie Mineral Act,
f, - |or to hold laid claim, and the
foi w-iili Ii Mii.l labor «as perfi rn ed
j expenditure made having expired,
\i hereby give you notice to contribute
in   proportion uf snch expenditure,
~_ \.,ii are further notlfii .1 ihat ii al
, Expiration ..i B0 days of publication
[>,ol you  fa I or rofusa to iontributo
|r proporl ion ..f tl"' oxpenditur	
ill-. together with nil costs ol adver-
y.... M.i.r Interests in tlm said claim
jili become vested i.. me undei and
uiiiie.if provisions of Section4 of
I- Miueial Act, amended tcl 1000
\, |_ al Poplai < "'. k.n c . Dec.31,'04.
il; I HUB '.. JOHNSTON, Co-owner
11)05.
NOTICE  TO COOWNKKS.
■ I'o T,  ll.  Davey, or to any pVson or
persons lo whom he may h»ve trans-
i.'ireii his Interests.
Take Notice,  I  the undersigned co-
owner with you in the Cion nml Davey
mineral cla'nn slluateaboul four miles
above    Ferguson    on     South     Fork
.reek     in     the    Truiit    Lake   minim
division ot Wetii Kootenay district ana
province oi Itriiiuli Columbia have done
the  required  work  on  the above-men-
tinned mineral claims fur the veins lilO.'l
and 1004 In order to hold Ihe same under section 24 of the miueial act, and i'
within BO days of this notice you fail or
refuse lo contribute jroni portion of
snch expenditure for work done, together with tho cost of this advertisement,
your interest In the said mineral claims
will become the properly of thesiib-
scribed-under section 4 of tin-Mineral
Ael Amendment Act of lHOO. Dated al
Trout Lake tiii-- _th .lav of March '06,
B. DANEY,
24 S'06. Co-owner |
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE.
Revenge mineral claim, situate in lhe
Troul Lake Mining Division „[ Went
Kootenay district.
Whew lur-iiteil:-On Triune Mountain
n port)) westerly uxrfinsloii of the s.'orn
li'K Klftr iiiin.'ial I'laim.
Take Notice thai I, George S Mr..
Catter, acting as agent for Andrei. Ferguson, free miner's certificate No KH3662
iiileii.l, sixty dp.ys from the tlnle hi n nf
tft apply to the Mining Recorder foi a
Cuttificnte of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
nniler section :i7. must be commenced
before thu issuance of such Certificate
bf Improvements.
Dated this 10th day of March, a.i>.
!_05. GEO. .-. McCARTER.
l7-;l-fW:
It pays to upe the Telepl e,    k
lengthy triii can ofton lie saved. Offices
at Ferguson: Cummins' Store; Troul
Lake, Post Office ; aU:o ut Itcatnii, Comaplix uml Arrow lieadi
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
ra
FIRST-CLASS EAR,
A. NO. 1 ROOMS.
1 'lft*3
•   -v.
SWIISSJISMW
Balmoral Hotel.
VUItors  Io ForgUSOll  may  rely upon  the very best el
accommodation  at thi"   well-known hotel     Room! are
well furnished .thioughont.   The Har i.- slocked with
n choice assortment uf palatable quenchers,
\r
Under the Management of S. Slinger
5erlinerGrai*o;phona
n*6 *_**•_>_„••■  ZiJ*>i»*r
Royal   Hotel
!   Fancy Bar,. •
Musical Entertainment
Bulletin  Board, World's
Mining News.
A!! Kinds of New Records.
Sole Agent for the Lardeau:
■* E L. MORAND, - PROP.
I-
Ja C. Murray: Dominion Hotel
Trcut Lckc D. C.
A
;,,il  ETO DKUSl
i.i-.1 ii l'ari
i : ni
m
'iWNl.lt
■.in i r lo a honu icver he
|iiay have transferred his interest in
II,,.' IP in. -lake, Ibex innI Cbarlotten-
i       mil - ral claims.
Notice llml | tbe   undersigned
. with you In the Homi s iiik.-_
CI nl Itenbura mineral claim*,
,     i     • in a souib-wes
in   I nut   Lake  j,,  what ih
i ihe Homestaka basin in llie
I   ii   Lake   i.nnn v division  of   West
[,«lenaj   have performed tho nee.    si y
, made lhe nceossar)  expend!
I, ,        t|,.. : i, \,. mentioni •!  mineral
Lima I. r the veal* 1900,   1001,   1008, III
, ■ ..M i ho same nndei section 24
| tl,,. \ ii, and 'in' years for
i iid \..- k uiis perfo . " I an I ex*
,,. made hsvinp esj ired, I here-
yon notice thai if wltl in si)
vi [n m 'l•■• Rrst publicatioii hen"f
mi fail .ir refute t..< tribute your pro*
•   ■ ... \; enditsweand
11 , litis   a.l.'l-'
.  , teroet in lhe  sid minei il i lalioi
 the 11"! irty ol tbe under-
.nd miller and by virtue of section4
111< mineral
■ o
Dated at Trout
in It, I
Mar.10.06
a. t   smondmi nt act
I ske this Ttli day oi
1 ii\vk I.am.HUM.
Co-Owner.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE.
Sunset, Joseph, Maud and Anna Mineral Claims, fitnate iii the Trout Lake
Miniug Division, West Kootenay District. Where located:—Situate on
tin* North Fork <>f Lardeau creek in
the Province of British Columbia.
sboul one utile above Circle City,
lake  Notice  that   I.  Charles \V.'.Me-
Croasan, ol the City of U.s Angeles,
California, Free Miner'.- Certificate No,
B07703, intend sixty .lavs from the date
horoot to apply to the Mining Recordei
(ur a Certificate of Improvements fur
the purpose ni obtaining a down grant
nf tin* above claims.
And further .ijake notice that action
iimler section 87 must be commenced
In-fore the mauauce of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this;>ril dav April, a.i>. 1005,
S-t-05      CHARLES U. Mi-CRi-"-SAN.
F. N. Newton
MINING BROKER
Rossland,     -       -      -     B.C.
E. Ferguson & Co.
Wholesale dealers in Wines, Llqu cis
i 1 Cigars.   Agents for Pabst Deer.
NELSON, B, C.
The BEST Always!
IN FINK SHOES !
MINING SIIOF.S !
SHOE I'ACKS !
RUBBERS  axi.
OYUiSUoF.S!
GERMAN SiKKS !
la what yon will get It Sou do -jour buying
with u>».  so don't foiget. when wauiln-. a\ny*
Ltiliijf In Hit' way in tootvfear in call mi us, or
(Irnp ii Hit.-.
First-Class in every respect.
The Travelling public carefully
taken care of.
Haitly & Mm ■ Praps.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
I T.Il.v I    HSW    ANll     KI ltsr-l!l. AS.-l    IN    At.'.,   RK8I
Fire  Proof Safe
Tbe house Is stook_ with ma fi-st Wins* un i Oljara o  thsmwkst,
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
i< Under tha lame Uanofsmeut.
ft ROYAL SIDE STORE
Nelson, B. C.
R.    AMDREW    &    CO.
Mail unlets carefully aoo promiifl)
atleiii'.el to. Aj*enl fur Blater and Net*
lletoii Slioi'.*..
TlrVIE   TABLE
Lardeau
Hotel
M
Baa
ft
Sandy Laughton
I'roprletor.
w
UEN visiting  Fergnson you
should stnv nt lhe Lardeau
I Hult'l.^lli'ri'   the   visitor
iry.jyij   will  br surrouudetl  with
, K<. In,me romt'ji'ts. Kxcelleut
]*Z,.ZJ\ ciiihitio, ffi'll vei.iilalid
and waini rooms, > well
Ftni-ki'.l bar, uml evir*. thing Which
lords towards making your viait a
pleasant ;nnl memorable one,
Hiite-i fiuin *! «lay upward*.
We strive to Jilo.isc onr patrons.
FERGUSON.
S.S. ARCHliP or S.S. LARDIEAU.
Itunnin^* between Arrowhead, Ilea-
ton nd Comaplix, ciimmenolnit o. tuber Mi ti. l;iu:i. will sail as follows,
weallter petinlttlog.
LA'ttvitit,' Arpowbead for Beacon an.'
Comaplix, twice daily—ink and 5k.
Leaving Beaton ami  CotnapITj;  foi
ArrOwbjeud,  twice  daily— "ljk   and'
l2;4Sk.      Making    close     eotn.ee: inns
with all V. ]'. U. Steamers and trains.
The  owners reserve  the  right to
change  time-   of   sailings    without
notice.
The Umpire Lumber Co., Limited,   i
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Koctenays.
It Has the.
Largest
Circulation.
V.'ONBS   PACK    TNSiN
E. R. VIPOND
Trout* Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables at Trout Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
i Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   fit
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
E_ '"T-r^T1
r
i MACKINNON' and
SUTHEKLAND '
■      - - |       iafl .---     — - —.aatJM
lsawSI»»OI«SSI ■*•■■■ *»WBS7ns_S»Sira-Saa»»S*»S^MSS«SSa7S»f>aTa-aS*SSSaWraa-a^^
With
the arrival
of Spring a Young
Man's Fancy lightly turns
to Love and Summer Raiment.
We have received a Huge
Stock of Up-to-Date
SUMMER
Suits.
CITY
7k
Prices from $10.00 up.
FERGUSON - - B. 0.
i«  .	
El	
ill ERE have bei n ftirtDneB
made by judicious Investment in Heiil Estate, ninl
iiinri' f.ii'tuiirs will be iiin.de than
ever the n \t two ..i ibree years.
The one ivh'. renpa the harvest Is
the original investor, for be has
Ida ni'.iiey on n ceriainty.
Now let us point mit lo vou thnt
there i>- no better spot mi 'be Cou-
t:".ni' to buy Real rtstate thnii
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake Is th ■ prettiest sp..t
in Iho. Kmitoniiy**; ns u pleasure
ns nt it Iihs mi pquti). 15'nilini*
nn.I lishini* tuny be inilttl_'il In
the year roun>l: while bitt gsnio
in iv'iiiihI inn' is t.i the Ibiiinl <>t>
the bills. im t'liiiuilf is superb,
t'lorn In inp no (front extraines, it
iieiiijT milil in winter and cool in
summer. It can beast of s'uneof
i be tiiie.-t hotels mul resiliences In
British Columbia. Its utr**ets are
well laid out nntl gritdt-d. Thero
nn> two t'xi'elli'iit jAnprnl stons,
an.l a glance Rt the nilveitisetni'iils
in this jourua] »ill show thtlt nil
trades Hre fairly well rt'piownted.
Write with confiiluiicn to Ag**iils.
1 mm :
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
crcc
:•'••'-
j Make your I
selection at
H. McPberson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
once.
..  ..
..   ..
Then call on
or   write to
_»f vr
iik J.
mt>.
itmm
v my^
ST li's i ever had ii " boom ' its
growth has born steady. It Is
tlm hi'iul of navigation, nnd
the tern,it al < f the I.anlo binurh
of the C.P.R. All roads (in the
Lardeau) lead to Trout Lake. It
i.» lhe commercial cent re of tho
richest mineral Jistriet on the
continent, ami has banking'.facili*
lies provided by Ibo I m] • -t i;«1
Hank of Canada; first-cliiss school
accommodation unilci' the dlreo
linn if 8. Shannon, II.A. j t good
water system ; government offioes ;
('. iint.v Courl sittiiiR'; Metli'ilist
Episcopal aid Anglican churjbss
ami cottage iio-| itnl.
There are valuable ranch lamia
nn •' a outskirts awaiting Battlers.
Its Lumber resources are tnagnifi-
cut, mul n band-saw mill with n
capacity of 00.000 ft. per iluv is at
t'e lead if lhe lake. Tiio mines
tributary nre proving out bigger
producers every year, with new
prospects opening up neb bodies nf
oie.
There will be a big rush Ibis
summer, so if yon would know
more, write nl once to citbet of
the agenlH nt thu addresses below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke. B.C.
m
H	 m
Lion Brewing m).
UMITED
ROSSLAND
B. C.
KEPT AT ALL HOTELS.
For   Sales    Lots   86    nnd   86
plock 47, Trout Lake.    Apply to
■ Mrs. .1- IL German, (JO.") University
Ht. Seattle. Wash.
To Contractors.
BRICKLAYER   (Abstaiuer)   wants
work.    Write, Stating wages offer
•id to.I. W. JONES, Pert William, Out.
I..it., Dhiejuv, Doubtful, CD.,0.11. and
X' Y./.,mineral claim, siliiKtu in Hi-
TroUt   Lake Mining Division of West
Kootelinv district.
Where locnteil :—Near Trout (.'leek
about 3'» miles from Trout Lake.
Take Notice that 1, 0. B. N-, Wilkie.
ictiugus agent fo-Jns. J. -oGlone, free
miner's cortiflcata No, UsiitL'S, Intend
ixly days from thu (lain hereof,
oapply to tlie Mining Recorderfora
'eililieate of liiipiovciiieiits, for the
-ui'pose of obtaining a Crown Qrantof
lie above cli.ini.
And further tuke notice that action,
inder section .'17, must be oornrnencQu
>efore the issuance of such Certificate
d Improvements.
Dated this SOtli dav of Marrh, a.i>
1906. 0. B. N. WILKIE
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review." ::::::
iij.
Mem. O.I.L.A
CHARTERED  ACCOUNTANT
Regnlor and Special  Audits.    Refer
ence:   Canadian Bank of Commerce.
NELSON,   fci.C.
-A. W. EDGE G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Paii]ter
JJecorator
..   B.c/Oddfellows BM, Trent Lake, B.C
Watch-repairing,   etc.    All work
Guaranteed.
TROUT    LAKE
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
»"•___•   __.;;__, r.
500 Cords
Slabwood
FOR SALE....
Apply:
Jact Crawford or Andy Craig
fV*
SEE THAT SIGN?
r
'T swings from over our shop now!
It means more comfort for you, better shoes,
surer value, safer buying.
It is the symbol of the "Slater Shoe," and a
duplicate of the trade-mark on the lining of
each pair where the Makers' price is also
branded.
"The Slater Shoe," is the only Canadian
shoe made in a factory which makes no other
grade, price, nor kind.
It is the result cf specialism, of making
but one thing at its very best, and at its lowest possible cost, quality
considered.
This means selecting leathers, menths ahead, so as to be sure of
uniformly good grade
It means hiring, and keeping, the best shoe workmen in the
market,   because,   on.'/  a  very   good  workman is quick enough
on such criilc_l work io get i?refitable results for us out of
using our costly !__K___£ry.
It means enraging against the salary cf each workman
any pair of sheen he makes which is not up to Inspectors'
standard, zo as to : 'a; -tain uniform quality.
* •
& !_•
& ■
Then, t_3 I lakers' own price being stamped, with his
trade-mark, c _ lhe ;'-_-.j cf each shoe puts responsibility
for the bidden war*, :__! comfort, directly upon the shoulders
of the manufacturer.
When a cenuino " Clater Clico" goes wrong, you know
that tlie Makers stand ready to make it good, up to the price
they themselves valued it at.
Isn't this shce-insuranec cf a tangible kind?
There icn't a shoe en this market with so much style
combined   with   ce  much wear,   comfort and   fit, as   the
"Slater   Shoe," which is stomped on the lining with  the
Makers'   price,   viz. $4,00
or £5.00.   We want you
to come in and see
our new stock of
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7 '   "        ' '       • .• *      TT-' -v_L i L Ur _■*,."■ '• ■        __
"The Slater Shoe,"
and let us  prove
this statement
...»,
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11   V*
The-
GOODYEAR
PROCESS
later Shoe
I
Masterson, Griffith
(& Co.
^m
WE
Kept a Stove in
our warehouse all
Winter,   and   our
i
Canned Fruit is not
Frozen.
Masterson,   Griffith
and Co.
WK&
General
Merchants,
Troiit Lake
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• • • •
- * • •
Dentistry.
DIE. Mllil.fiV taOOW l.»
rated In Pfefann *■• *w>
rmur to Dr. Ni.KJ.Ltrt ui
Ti* Aberdeen Block
riinits fri1111 the l*nr-
ihiui may rvly *>ri llrM*
eUum ir-aintfiit.    :   :   :
A. Milloy
• • • •
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• • • •
NOW
111110
Lots.
is tin'
tn Buy
I in* Prospt'i
so bright.
of
fir   Ton  io
Nl' I ' T WITT
nf   Fl'I^UMill
Tlie  Ti.wt    of  KKROlTSON
•fill  Iii* oil**  nf   tin-    (inatict
On I'lniui ing Cam pi in tbe
World. Thu high degree ut
meoeei m liieved by tin
nameroua WEALTHY and
PRACTICAL BR II lull uml
A M K U I (' A \ M I N I N I i
l/OMPANIEti now operating
there ie a tribale !<• lhe
tr_nicii<l<ni-i « nl(h ,,i d,,. bills
■
I
ft
1
1
1
s
i
1
£*,'     *        •        "*        •» ,        S*        l„        Ml      rat
J. Y. Griffin & Co.      |_ 1 J  1 -•*   •}  }  1  1 1
Crlebrated Cnnul* ot   llain, Bacon
mul Rggt.
NELSON,       -        -       B. C.
Smith & eo.
45 Bleury Street, MOMk'lAi
HJGHCLABH TAILORS.
WILL be repreeenteil in tli«' Ijir
deal)   nt    Kf-olar    intervals
throiiohonl the year.   Orders
for i-li!1.in„* ml ruii-ivi- cloae attention
Onr   n|iri..i iii.-ni' i- Drill Ih- in TI'lM T
I.AKK nml I' i:Ui. I'>( IN in a few wi-i'krf.
We have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
Lands and Works.
CANCELLATION   OF  RESERVE
f O 9 J oca! Are***
cE ^mon & Sutherland, Ferguson, B.C,
MiTI' Kl* lu-nlii clii'ii Uml llii- n*.i-mi
[Hon t-.iiitiii.iii-ii in bun-aenrs nf tin* p-nvl.
I -liiiirt nl Ilu- "I'nl 11111 lila mill U'i^iitii I lull win
HlllwlllV Al-I   IM*!." liiitliTH.if uhlcli win- |.llli-
■ INhr.l In Ilu- 'iii. < ii|iimlilti Mnsittr uml
iliiii-il Till Mil*'. I-4W. nml Un I inn- IHSH, mprc.
itM-li.iin- liersbv chmopIIpiI.
I'l'iiu-ii Ituiil* allunU'll  Mlliiln lln-an-a i-rn-
IiiiiitiI hy ihemlil -iMprvaliim mil twnppneii
t In Kilo, «i-ii|. nn nl. |cn»c nml niiiri dlapuallldli,
1 iiiu'i'i' tin- pmvlalmta of thu "laind  Art,''
liin 1.mill" nil. r Ilu-1I11I1 1,1 Ilu- ii'-i l-ii'i
llrallim nllliU ii.i'ln- In Ilu  llrill li Ollllllllllil
'lia/i'ilr; |irnvlili'il, liiiivi-M-r. Unit In all onasa
[ ulii'ii' 1 in.!- lira MiiiMilii, 1 ir.■ i'ui|ili-il. Ii-u.r.l >.r
iilliorwlaf allrnnlril liv ilu- f Invirninriil, anil
an'-.ni |iii-niiv riuinil, ii|atn Ills aarvoynf
, t In- Oiliiinlila anil Winn rn UnilHav linn
null)'* lilni'lm. In Mr uliiillv or In |mrl null.
In suoh IiIhi'I**. 1 in'n 1 im pprsons *n iu*i|iiirinK
I aui'h landa siiaii acquire iin-'r litis (lirreto
I it ■ ■ 111 I In- K.llway Ciiinpiiiiy, irlm liaii'iitfii'i-il
li- ilnil   Willi    nlirli   |.nr. h.-i- 'I-.   |il'i* I'lllliliirH,
Issaoes, rti',, un tiif lenis iiTiim mul conditions
I na iii" iiii.i'iiiinriii would under tin- provl*
, nliinannlic " I.n I lit Al'l," cM-riit III n-»|.ift In
llinlrf-r liu.it* 1111 (hi' I'liiniiiiiv'.liliK-ltii, which
I ahull    Ik- miliji'i'l   In   III,- ri<|[lilnllnlls lunlll'll hy
the Company relative m tha •■uttinir of Umber
un Ilu- I'liliinil.la anil Weati in lliilhvin Land
llnint.
U'. H. OOHtS,
Deputy Oommlailonsr01 tatndea Wnrku
Landssnd Wnrk* Depnrtmena,
viiinriii, b.C.,28rd Prbrusry, isoc..      s ji
fi
FERGUSON
I'uiilii- Bcfa ml, ll ispltal, and
other Inaiitolinoa. kxoelleni
Waterworks syati in. Streets,
Stoics nml Bceideiiced illu-
iniiii'il by Kloetricity, Umly
iniil 1.1 rviic 'I be towsatte
iSa.iiHiinlily laid mil (i,.| in
■«|)\V on the ground Door.
Lots can  now  bo  puroliAaed
$75
tkon
UP.
g T0WN5I H- AOENT
I HENEY FLOYD
RRVEI.STOKB, Fi. C.
SHKtf«^^.i^^l6>3»;^
jK* sTI^^o*l>Oltf{>t>o«)   •
I
-  Cbc lx)tcl Beaton  ...
BEAION. B c
Visitoks arriving hi Beaton (thu threahohl ol tho I anleau)
via Arrowhead, will find this Hotel lo be fullv equipped
for Iii'Ii-.'msh trade.   Bxcvllont acromi latlmi,    A well
appointed and^apaetooa dining hall.    Tliebssi nl tVinea, Bpliits
ladUlgara.   PereoMl aopervlslon rnnii-1-ii to tho rooutrements ol
imtrmia   \ milnrs tn the I iml,.,,,, ,.„„ re|j „„ oomforl at tills I ll.
i
j W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
'•' -■ **-ivr-'t_--u»-a-W'^-»^v*rvr,rvt;>*__jiaa-y.%»^ .. n
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