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VOL. i
TROUT LAKE CITV,   B.C., AUG. 11, IQ05.
Tin- representative
of the rich Lardeau
COllrifjry. Sent ,to
any address for ,.$2
per nn. in advance.
No. 40.
Poplar is j Tenderfoot
Very Busy. Properties
j Mining Men        , After Years        I Looks Like
Visit I.X.L.! of Search. Good Thing
BIO LOGGING   CONTRACT 18 ARE   LOOKING   WELL WITH THIS EXCELLENTFIfEEGOLD THE   LEAD    ON   THK    OLD ORE 8TRUCK ON THE'• BAL*
LET. MINING OPERATIONS
PROCEEDING. NEW CO SI-
PANT MAKING ARRANGEMENTS TO WORK.
K. L. Masterson came up from
Poplar during the week. He said
in an interview ivitli a REVIEW
mini that the prospects were brighter at presenl than they had been
for some time ]..-_>-1.
A logging contract is being given
by a Nelson outfit for the delivery
of 40,000 feet of logs per day on
c r.K. cars. A good force of men
nill he employed.
A force of men are at work on
il.- Mother Lode drifting on thc
lead at about 200 feet depth. Souk
(ire is being encountered.
The (ii.ld  Park Mining <'o., who
have acquired   tbe Marquis  am
Gilbert properties, are making ar
rangements for going to work.
Geo. Matthews will have charge
of operations on the Spyglsfa pro*
perty. 	
Packer Higginson has been visiting Trout Lake for tbe past few
days.
.Inliii Wright will occupy the
teacher's bench on the re-opening
. f school.
Two men an- ••' d. alopmoat
mirk on the Hampton group.
Dave Booth, of Nelson, hat been
in tl an p doing assessra nl work
on Iii- various claims.
Perkins Bros., of l!<<-si:ui'l. have
been doing assessment on the Pack
Trail, I.i. n, and Eagle claims.
The Armlu.
DEVELOPMENT. EXTRA
GOOD SHOWINGS, WRIT,
DEFINED VEIN'S FRED
JACOBS DESCRIBES WORK.
Mr Fred Jacobs, wboiastopping
at the Queen's hotel, was met by a
Review reporter. .Mr. Jacobs is
up froin Tenderfoot camp, where
be has been operating some mining
properties and doing considerable
u.r'-. He -ays the properties
around Tenderfoot camp have a
great future. There arc some exit a good showings of ore and well
defined veins. Mr. Jacobs thinks
when doveloped these properties
will make great mines.
The Twin Palls Mining Co. Can-
oolidated have been doing considerable amount of prospect work on
their ; roperties, such as stripping
th ore shoots and cross-cutting
is... -, :-„- wi11 j I '.irf.iir cuts. All
of the prospect work h-is been vrfry
bs r factory to the oompany, and
they are now contemplating doing
Mime extensive development work.
All of their properties have been
-ti- eyed and crown grants applied
Tor.
The John L. has Im.h working
all summer with good results.
They have a considerable aiik.i.iii
of ore in sight, and arc planning to
■mt up a concentrator totreat their
low-grade ore.
The Handy Mining Co., although!
not working at present! is figuring!
on putting in some new machinery,
as the  present  plant  is not of a
capacity to handle tin- \iork which
they contemplate doing the coming
winter.
The Gold Crown Mining Co. have
been working all sunitner on their
pr. j."i-ty. and fe- : sure of being in
ii--.-s,_uii nf one of the best mines
in this section of tbe camp
PROPERTY WILL SHORTLY.
BE THE 8CENE Of ACTIVE
MINING! a TCNNEL TO
TAP Till: VEIN AT DEPTH.
H. M. Hanson, of ILmley Falls.
.Minn., Col. 1*. II. Greer, Minnea*
pobs. A. A Bcrkner, Sleepy Eye.
Minn . and .M. l.ehrer, Springfield,
Minn., arrived in town on Monday
"GpAT"   CLAIM
LOCATED.
AT   LAST
HANGING BETWEEN THE
HEAVENS AND THK EARTH
RY A SLENDER LINE SID
GRAHAM AND JIM SNELL
AT LAST LOCATE THE ORE
BODY.
TIMORB." THE WHOLE
FACE OF THE TUNNEL l^
IN MINERAL. EASY' FOR
TRANSPORTATION.
A brief notice appeared in this
paper last issue of a reported big
strike of concentrating ore on the
Baltimore, one of a group of eight
claims about 1} miles above Ferguson on the North Fork road.
The strike having  been confirmed
Object Lesson
for Capitalists.
GOOD LOCAL MONEY PET
UP FOR LOCAL MINING
PROPERTY', WHICH DEMONSTRATE^ GREAT FAITH
IN LARDEAU.
here Ihey njere piloted to tbe pro-|af thefoot of a perpendicular pre-
perty by Sfpt Ward, and on their
n luni were interviewed by the
Review. Ihey expressed themselves as highly pleased with tlie
showings on the property and declared their intention of going to
work to thoroughly exploit their
holdings. Col. Greer said that
during this summer and coming
winter a tunnel to tap the vein at
a good depth would be driven, after
which the matter of building a
tramway to Troul Lake would be
taken up. The assay values obtained were phenomenal, running
cipice, 1,500 feet high on the Cromwell hill, a large bonldcr of galena
of high-grade was found, which
i-ould not have come from any
other place than from somewhere
on the face of the prci ipicc.
Th- dangerous position, bow*
1 wet*-, deterred many from prosecuting 0 systematic search. Many
tried, but gt nerallv lost their norve
when they got out where a slip
meant instant death. Finally Una
search was given up and the claim
abandoned. This year, however,
Ed. Vipond re-staked the ground,
Mr- Jowett returned on Tuesdaj
from   the   Armlu   group,   where a
force of mes und. r tbe supervision
. f >ate Lay have been  doing some
development work. The group
consists of seven claims, and is situated on the Silver Cup mountain.
A well defined ledge has been uncovered at different places averag*
11: 16 feet in width and carrying
gold and silver values. Tho work
1 iw being done is driving a cross*
cul tunnel on tbe Mother Loife
claim, which is In about 86" feet
I     1 ioe of  this  tiniiii 1   is now in
A Most Popular Fellow.
E. O. Hadow, secretary of the
Ferguson Mines Ltd., which company i.- an amalgamation of the
Silver Cup Mines Ltd. and the
Great Western Mines, left fors trip
to London, Erg, Thursday morning. It is not known at 1 resent
whether Mr. Hadow will return to
this district or not. We, however.
hope to soe him return at an early
date and assume Ids old position.
It is now lour years since he made
his appoarai in  tbe district, all
t which time be baa occupied poi
talc, highly impregnated with gu
nd Iron.    Tbe property is alItiohai of trust with tbe companies,
promising one, and with develop* While faithful to, and energetio in
ii. 1,! ought to prove out s mine.    . •]„. furtherance of bis company's
interacts, he also gained lhe con*
lidunce and  respeot of the large
night with Col. Brayton. For years a  continuous search
These gi ml. men are heavily in-jhas been marie for the oreshuteon
ierested 111  the I.X.L. group, for-jw&t is now the Noble Five min-Ja Rkvikw   man visited tbe pro-
merlv owned by Dr. Milloy. While ,.r.-tl cla.a*.   Some years ago, lying1 perty last Saturday.
We reached the property by the
wagon road, which is in good condition. The mouth of the Baltimore tunnel is directlv off this
road, and we bad no need to climb
an inch. There i- nn excellent
sit*> for dumping, a tremendous
1 of yoid mining timber,
an I ■". abundance "f « iter. A
crosscut tunnel ],,.. Keen driven to
tap what is known ben lly as the
Nr-i.i ■ !.. dyke. 'I hie tunnel was
in about To f"'t, tin- lead being
Struck nt Mi C7 f nil mark Good
ore was • ir-.nn •• .-.I as win us thc
vein was  tn|.p«d   and continuing
pounding,  lhe whole fi    of the
tunnel was in ore before they had
crosscut a foot. They are now
in this lead eight feet, with
second class shipping or high-grade
concentrating or.' permeating the
whole way. Indeed, at this point
it is getting even better at every
shot,as we noticed that among the
bunches of clean ore which arc
coming in. grey copjier plays a most
important part It i- the intention of the lucky owners to Ron*
tinne crosscutting, as they believe
before tl -v are through it they
will sti ke a big body of shipping
ore Even at this juncture it is
demonstrated that they have an
undoubted concentrating proposition rigiit now.
The owners have a group of seven
claims adjoining the Baltimore,
viz., Brooklyn, Satrap, Tonowanda,
Gwalia, Raid Eagle. Reward No. 1
and Reward No. 2. and it is considered tbe Nettie L. slnite runs
through these properties. Being
so easy of access and with a big
•body of ore demonstrated, it is
(nought that little trouble should
be experienced in getting the right
partiei to handle
The operations nr the property
are under the supervision of W.
Waller. Before leaving, the scribe
dug out with hi* candlestick some
excellent samples for the Rkvikw
OM exhibit.
up in the hundreds. and after several unsuccessful at*
Locally the I.X.L. group is louk- tempts. Bid Graham and Jim Snell
ed on with a good deal of favor. A became imbued  with their ability
considerable amount of work has as climbers, and announced their
been  done,  and   a  shipment   was intention to get   that   ore  or go to
made about two years   ago   which Missouri. Sid put his head to work
returned handsome value.- and   fashioned  a   very   ingenious
t Col. Brayton, who as usual was rope ladder with steel  spikes to
wry conservative, would nol say drive info the rock, and fool by
more than he fell   sure they had a   foot they descended tlie fateof the
good   property,  but   thai  results cliff,   -vanning    with   their   eyes
counted   in re    than    talk,   and every inch of surface.
work would toll tin- story.
He is.     Success at  lost   crowned   their
however, to Im. congratulated pn efforts, and the long looked for ore
bringing into the district men who was found -18 inches  in  width of
have  the  capital   to  open up and clean ore. and   although   no .i—ny
develop our rich mineral resources, value- are vet obtainable, it will
A number of tbe visitors are also easily run up over fliiO per ton.
interested   in   the  .John    L.   and Work will be started at once bv
Handy  at   the  fool   of  the  Lake, the lucky  owners   getting  down a
Tho  party left  to visit these pro- car of ore, and it  is fully believed
pertie- on Wednesday morning.     |that tbe famous Triune mine will
s s©_a»a_>3___aT_£H£&__aE_^^ a
r*
Another step in ths march of
progress in tbe Lardeau was the
arrival    at    the   C.P.R.    dock    on
Thursday of a live drifl compressor
plan! for the Reward Miniug Co.,
Operating what is known locally ns
the big tunnel prn|iositlon. 8.
Daney has tbe contract of freight*
ing the plant to the ground, where
il Will be ins'.died as speedily as
Jjpsslblc.   Tin* boiler is already in
number ol employes engaged at tin
different working- In the sports
,,( tbe boys he always took an active iiiiercs(, and bis going away,
if permanent, is calling forth many
expressions of regret from all who
knew him.
Christie's sodas are l-ut up in tin
, boxes  containing  21b..  2Mb.  and
y a matter of j 81b. of these celebrated goods. The
i few days until the tap-tap-tap of 2Jlb  "-,.1 31.   M Me   marked
11 r.i      .1 1..I.I     ..t    ,..,,ilnnl<    lilll
he machine drill will be beard.
Tbe tunnel is now in about \2o lt._
Mr.   William   Burrell   and Mrs
Burrell, of Wa'korton, Ont., arc
Visiting their mother, Mrs. Burrell.
E C, Elliott, solicitor, returned
Wednesday night from Nelson,
where he has been attending court.
Christie, sodas and fancy biscuits have taken the highest awards
at provincial, dominion and international exhibitions because thoy
Uro the BI a_, Eraser don't keep
Un m, heseJli .|R.m,
With the weight of contents, but
thu 2lb. si/.e are mini irked. Dealers
Sometimes take advantage of this
to represent tbe  21b  ttS a 8lb tin.
All these sizes can be seen and inspected at .raser's.
E. R. Vipond  lost  a horse over
mi Fish creek while packing down
Mammoth ore.
J. J. Foil/, a mining man <>.r
Tncoina, is .-''gistoriiig at the Windsor hotel.
,Joe Clemens. Nuku-j'. was a vis-
tor this week.
A Good Combination.
MINERAL. Unexcelled for TourUt Travel  TIMBER.
HE LARDEAU,or tbat portion of it which comprises
lhe Trout Lake Mining Division,can be approached
from the north bv nay of Revelstoke, and from the
south by way i»f Nelson.    Either of these routes bs*
tonish the visitor by their natural beauty.     Prom Revelstoke
down the Columbia river to Arrow bead, thence across the
Arrow Lakes to Beaton, and from there by a good utage route
to Ferguson or Troul Lake.   From Kelson up the Kootenay
Lake to Lardo. rail to (i 'rani and boa! on to Trout Lake City.
Along cither ->f these routes there is opened up to tbe tourist a
panorama of beauty rarely seen,
Snow-capped mountain peaks towering to the skies :
glaciers, which irom the beginning of .ill tbiiiL's have defied
lhe beat of the sun : small lakes, streams and rivers tilled
g with tlie gamiest kinds of Bsh are mei with at every turn.
R Northwards through the town of Ferguson, the mineral city,
jj the mountain climber meets with his heart's desire. Here,
p also, the kodak can be brought to play incessantly. In the
open season, the hunter who Is after big gamo is in bis element, Rear (brown, black and grissly), caribou and deer
abound, while grouse, pheasant and chicken can be had itlmosl
within the town limits.
Visitors are well looked after.     While feasting thoir oyi -
on the glorious works of creation, their physical requirements
receive the best of attention from thc hosts of numerous well*
jj appointed hotels, both at Ferguson and Trout Lake
In the Lardeau there is to  bo found not only beauty,
wealth.   The mineral  resources cannot be equalled on tin
eon I i nen t.     Here the investor en ii coin bine pleasure wilh profit
_S»3_r©3K2&3_>S»_3G»__ 3B3B^3»32'3_*3E'3E'3_*_0._S»_ SPSE* B
ll is   ROT  a   PACT, a.- stated in a
circular recently distributed, that
Christie's sodas in 81b. tins contain only 21b. of crackers. The
tin- contain exactly what is claimed. 21b., 2Jlb. or Sib. of biscuit'-.
the weight of the tin (about lib.)
being extra.    Ask Fraser,
litlt
(bristle's sodas arc 15c. per lh
If packed in tins you pay 10c. for
the tin. Other biscuits are lower
in price and pay the dealer a larger profit, but they are Nor CHEAP*
kk because not so good.   Fraser believes in quality.
Tin' Trade- < Committee held their
usual monthly meeting Monday
night al the Review offioe. The
in liter of advertising the district
-.- a pleasure resort was taken up.
Preliminary steps are being taken
j witil   thai   object   iu   view.     Vicc-
Tho work of  getting the planing
mill In shape is  about completed
and il- is expected will  be running
in a few da vs.
l.e duplicated,   The claim is owned I P»W.dM.I Raker occupied the chair.
hv .i   syndicate of   live ■.   E.  R.
Vipond, Berl Fowler, Alec McLean,
Fred Mills and Sid Graham,
The lirst batch of mill cheeks
issued since tic close down last
full were in evidence tbis week.
Tie i   looked good.
Mrs. Kennedy, wife of mill superintendent Kennedy, has been
spending a few 'lay-al  I'luill Lake.
Mis. A. (I. Fraser is the lucky
possessor of a blooded .driving
horse thai can give anything in
the district cards and spades and
beat tliein in a canter. (This is
not a challenge.—En.)
Dad Carothers .md Jack Radv
returned from tbe Dewey claim on
Murray creek. Tbe property is
looking Well,
Local men have demonstrated
tlcir faith in the Lardsau this
week by purchasing for a good
round sum a quarter interest in
the Calumet and Hecla group situated on Rapid Creek, the vendor
being Jack Chism and the purchasers Capt. Fitzsiuimons and
Purser Mullins of the C.P.R. The
deal was for cash. This property
is one of the best free gold propositions in that rich mineral belt
running from Second Crossing up
through Poplar and on through the
Camborne district.
It is encouraging to note the fact
that our own residents, who are on
tho ground all tbe time and thoroughly understand conditions and
who have tbe chance to investigate, have confidence enough to invest their money. It is the int. n-
tion of the owners (the two gen-
tlemen named, Jno. Simpson of
the Trout Lake Hotel, and Jack
Chism) to sink a 70 foot shaft and
crosscut the lead at that depth,
lithe values found there are any
where near the values found on
the surface, a mill will be installed
to treat the ore.
FERUUSON
Steve Sliuger, A. J. Gordon and
Rob Burns are doing some work on
their claims on the Silver Cup
bill. The big showing of the Win-
slow is only some t;<K) feet from
the line of their claims, and their
present work consists of uncovering
this rich lead.
Miss Kate Edwards, who was a
member of the late firm of (1. II.
Batho <fc Co., and who since Mr.
Ratio's death has been in charge,
of the Post-oflice. left on Thursday
morning for Olds, Alta., when she
will reside.
A. C. Cummins has been appointed temporary post-master. We
trust to bear soon of hi* permanent
appointment.
Jack Atkinson and Rube Shannon are doing their assessments on
the Great Northern bill.
H. Floyd and family, of Revelstoke, who have lajeii spending
their holidavs hero, left for home
Tuesday morning, Needless to
say they thoroughly enjoyed their
visit.
Jock Miller came down from the
Triune during thc week suffering
from nervous disease. He was
sent to thc hospital at Trout Lake.
Charlie Copp, who has beet) at
the Triune, came down Thursday.
Mr. Alexander, manager of tho
Ferguson Mines Ltd., paid a Hying
visit to the camp this week. Ho
announced himself as highly
pleased with the showings iu the
Silver Cup. 	
A large number took advantage
of the good weather and Spent a
day or two at Circle city this week
gathering berrries.    A good time
was spent, and it is feared tl q
bears will have to go short in their
fruit   rations   for the rest of the
season.
Seottio Wilson has returned from
a trip to Calgary and other points.
Andy Rankinc visited t(ic Lake
Tbui-day. _____
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*THE LARDEAU MININC
REVIEW.
1» Printed n't Trout [.nkoi'll.v, nnn Published
at r-iTtfUH.iii ami 'I'l'iiul Lake every Friday.
t',i ■■ K 11 tor rt.ies not gold lilmsi-lt raapotl
ble for ni' Opinions of oorrospnudauuM
pl'l'SSlHl 111  Us   L'lllllllllis
All IiiohIk win u. ohargsd at the row of I*
emits par linu, first insertion, und in nenu p.-
11ii. tiuirli Kubseiiui'iii insertion.
Terms for 1'i'n.n.ii'iit mul other advertlslnii
will In' inn ,|e known on application nl nltli't
Hiili--i-ritiliiin fcUKIu vein-. In inlvtiin-1-.
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Grout %nhc
Mater
Suppl_ *J5o.
Xt6.
J!y UstiL' Water supplied by this
«*, Company you are assured of abso-
M lute pinny. (iovcrnnuMit Analysis
®   to hack up stiiteinents. ::::;::
H«3?s McPherson - - Supt
GALLIMEB ON LEAD DUTY.
Mr. W. A. Galliher, MP. fortius
riding, says tbat a very important
change   affecting   the    Kootenays
was the altering of the lead tariff
"At the time the tax was first imposed," Mr. Galliher said in a
recent interview, "practically no
had was produced in the country,
and absolutely none was treated
Now conditions have changed, and
Canada bas risen to be a very considerable producer of lead. The
mineral is smelted and refined in
Canada, and now the corroding
process which prepares it for use
as paint, is also carried on in the
dominion. lhe tariff was formerly just five per cent, and even
this was subject to a 33 1-3 per
cent British preference. It has
now been raised to 30 per cent.
,fTbi8j" continued Mr. Galliher,
"is a change the lead men of the
west have been agitating for foi
sonic time. It was practically the
only change made in the tariff,
pending the investigations of the
commission, but it was made to
remedy a decidedly anomalous
condition."' The effect, Mr. C-aili-
litfr, is sure, will   be  that  tbe pro*
The predicted rush to the terminal of the Grand Trunk Pacific
did not .materialise tins year. The
officials of the road, who found
I'leuiier MoBride too much for
them last winter, will make another effort to secure a land grant
—■notwithstanding Senator Tem*
pieman's assurance that the lino
would be constructed throngh British Columbia without il ill the
next session. When they Iiml that
iie gold brick game is growing i Id,
ihey may get down to business.—
l'hoi nix Pioneer.
A. W. EDGE
Painter —■
Decorator.
1ROCT   LAKE
B. C.
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
R. T. Lowery, proprietor of tin
Fernie Ledge, has sold " Tin
Lodge," its plant and good-will, toi
P. V, Mott of Fernie, who will organise a company to carry on the
business upon a much larger seale.
Editor Lowery will retain stock in
the   new   company,   and   in   the
i future  will   give  bis  attention to
tho    publishing    of    "Lowery.
'. Claim " at Nelson.
Watch-repairing,   etc.
Guaranteed.
1
All  work
lows Block, Trent Lake, B.C
The live-drill compressor plant
and other machinery belonging to
the city of Spokane mine has been
shipped to Ferguson, in the Lardeau, mar   where   it   is to be used
in   driving   a   long   tunnel   tindi r
duction ot lead will be rapidly in-   .,      „ ...     , ...        ,
, ., ! the   Nettie   L.   mountain   for   thc
urpose of developing several properties owned   by the   Reward com-
j jinny.    John   Morton   had   charge
of the shipping of the machinery.
creased throughout   the Kootenays
and elsewhere in Canada.
"The dominion is now a large |
producer of lead, the annual output being from thirty to forty
thousand tons, and most ol tbis
coming from British Columbia.
Under the old tariff and at the
time of the drop in the price of
lead n few yenrs ago, production
practically stopped. Then a bounty
was granted in 1903 to extend over
five years. This had a beneficial
effect on the industry. Mines were
opened   up   and   smelting  plants
The city of Spokane mine was
dosed down iu the early part of
1897, and since that time it has remained idle. The Reword company recently acquired the plant.
which is in excellent condition,
considering tbat it ha.- not been
used for so long a time.—Rossland
.Miner.
It   is  a   good   sign   when   local I
ASS ths Latest
Magazines on
Safest "The
Review." ::::::
Smokers' supplies in
great* variety.
you want to SELL
you want to BUY
Correspond n itli the
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
We I live UCVCml liooil   I'm .. '■
'H's listed ..a «I mil _ii,..i terms
I'llll lie llllll.
built.     One  at   .Marvsville,   near          ,                                    .   .          , I f   Lardeau Mines Exchange. i
,    .             : people are.seen putting their good, \             ..,.,.   ,,.           I
' ranlirook,  is  now   in   operation. ,      ,             , KoWew    llmMing.
_            i .             .jj..         .i n•■r', earned money into miniug I                    rmmi>_ nr   i
Now the duty,  in  addition to the                         ,„.     , ' .                    ' f i rout _ake, B.C.   1
, ,., i . ., properties,     lhe deal put through     _ -.   _   .. _ J
bounty, which has   yet three venr.- .,             ,      ,      ,,,'_-. J-~*-—-~ ^» -._»**:»—»-a._»—,
 :.   ....„..,.. :. L ,..,.  ..;. ...Jtllls "Hk w'bereby Capt. Fitssim- .	
to run, should  it  is felt, set the
lead industry well on its feet.    It
inons mul  Purser  Mullins of the
I LM'.R , have invested   S2,(KX) for a
will give  to  the  Canadian output; ,.     .,„
..___„       ,, ,        ,. ,   quarter interest  in  a Raj id Creek
of lead the Canadian market, which .,, . ,,       ...        , .
property will have the effect nt instilling confidence into the minds
of oulside capital. These two in*
vestors have been in the Lardeau
for severai years, knew conditions
thoroughly, and by their investment prove their faith in the camp
To the investor and tbe capital-
is we say : If vou are not interes
ts large nnd steadily increasing.
Shot, sheet and pipe lead and the
corroded product can be produced
and manufactured here fur the
home market."
Speaking of gi neral movements
in the Kootenay, Mr. Galliher said
that in many of the lead mines, as
the workings get deeper a high percentage of zinc is found. This has
been looked upon heretofore as a *«l*** »bo Lardeau, 1 ome bo al
bi-produet,      scarcely     abundant once'    "   -v""   ,v"nl '" PMttoiptto
enough to make use of.  Now.how* '" ,li" w";,ltl1 to be derived from
ever, a zinc smelting plant is being our UU'- ° ",'1, ln ■""• *>e f"r VmV
built   near  Frank,  Alta.,   to treat Beive8 Bl,d   ,n""   ''"  business with
what ore is produced In the Koot* ""' '"'"'• ;"r'
enay ami zinc will soon come to b,
Never in the history of tbe Lar-1
ileall    did    the   | rospCctt   look   so
brigl t    The pr railing c mditiont
■ -how thai \ r 'at iietii it v in money
circ '•- i- taking place for  the ulti*
lliale good of thi- enlllitry.
Tn ui l.nke li one of the beauty
spots 11 the continent, and of a
. oi tain ty the pr ttiesl nook in the
Kootenays.
one of the valuabli
eoast province.
assets of the
NEW Yol.K LIFE ASSURANCE
COM!'ANV.
Fob lNvi-:sr.vti:\r and   I'it or kit mv
THOS. TAYLOR, Agent.
RkveLSTOKE     ami       i'ihht Laki
E3.     VI.
CUMMINS .
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nri'mini'il i) I..     I'i   ii-
i.i nnm i.  Iili): rtnienl
..i smokers' xtipplli -.
mil.-. ..I i:.<- Ilu n. n i |.-   phom i .i
FERGUS©..
NATURE'S TRIUMPH.
The preliminary steps taken by
ihe 'I rades Committee al their regular monthly meeting on Monday
night to advertise the town and
. district as a pleasure resort is a
■ Step in the ritilit direction, and any
move along tbat line ought to receive the Strongest support from
. every citizen. We who have lived
here for some years do not recog*
niee tlie natural beauties which
surround us. Neither do wc in
our mad rush after mineral wealth
take into consideration that our
game, both of stream, lake and
forest would, if properly known to
the Easterner, bring hundreds who
are all the time on the look out for
places to spend their outings.
The Review believes that th"
'owns of Ferguson and Trout Lake
tite bound in be places of import*
;inec    in   the   near  fuliire.      The
mineral and timber resources are
till, foundations nf wen lib, while
the tourist travel will be a source
-if profit and pleasure.
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Merchants,
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Dentistry.
Ml. MII.I.OY l.nmrlo-
rilli-.l In Nrl\on lis IUO*
mnorln Iir. KtmliliirtHi
Is."- Aberdeen Block
1'lli'nl. Ir.tiu lli^ l.ur-
iii-i.ii inu> rely on flrM-
OlkM lr.uliii.-iit.    :        i
A. Milloy
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IS    tbe   time    1 .r    \ OU  10
t.i Buy Lots.    Netcr w**n
the Prowpeci i of Fi    u
81)   blielil.
NOW
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The   Towi;   of   11 :i;i -I BON
will be "i I   tbe   Greatest
Ore I'i ■ dnoing Camps iu the
VV'i.rld     The  high  degn f
kiicofs*. in-; ii -., d by tin
nuni«"r io* WEALTH _ and
PBACTICAJ. BRITISH and
A M K R i i' A S M I ,\ I N i,
COMPANIES i ow operating
llli'ie     is    ll      I i   I.lite     In     Hie
tremendous w«*i tli of the bills
H.  N. Coi:rs3?r
PKVKI.STU.<!•;, II  C.
F l i: i:    I ,\ 8 u i: A N c i;
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Write for Rates,
Get vour
Stationery end
Job Printing at The
Mining Review	
500012^1^11
"NEEDED
Annually, to till lhe iihh pniitloim
mated Iiy Ksllroatls ami 1 el■-.-■ .- h
Compnnlen, w,. n-i nl VOUNOMEIN
ami LADIES ui _i tl Imblts, lo
LEARN TELEGRAPHY
ANJ R.K.. ACCOUNTING
We furnish "fi per eenl ..f ilieOper
ntoi - nml siiiij.,11 Aftenli in Vim n n
Our ill relmolH arc the Inrgi ituxcbi' ,
...■   Telegrmili   Seliool*    IN   Ttlh
WORLD.    Kits hi Klied SOyunrn nml
cmlonnil   by   nil   lodililifl   _ itllw'tiy '<
nili  nils.
Wi- e.xi'i'ii'i' n *i"'iii ImiihI rn everv i
ntniteiil to f11 *-11>—1 • him nr her ii |m -!■
lion I>:■ > nil' t« I   ,i im,nili
in  stales . iml  "i llu>  Rocky n niu
tuiiis. or from ?',"> to. |0fl n  nth in
'. i  -  srogi  ei  the   Hock ot, imme
inL-diutcly npon i*raJiintliin.
Student! ran nntei si any lime,
N'i nn iitn.,1-. I or mil particular!!
regarding nny of onr schools write
ilirei't to onr cxeontlva office at
Cincinnati, ".   Catalogue fi .•
Morse Stolittwli?
Cincinnati. Ohio. Buffalo, N.Y,
AM.iiiin, On. I.a.'riist*, Wl«.
I '••.irkaiiii, lev  S.in I r.iiuis.cn, Cal.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated Brands ol   Hum, Bacon
nml V-w,
rMEL-SOINJ,      -       -      B. c.
Smith & 6o.
■15 Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
H1GH.CLA88 TAILORS.
WI 1,1  In- represented in the bar
il.'im    ut    ri'tuliir    Intervals
tliinii_lii.li: the  year,    (inlerc
lor elotliiii. nili receive close attention.
Onr re|iri.»eiiiiiii' o will he In TROOT
! LAKE iiml PKRUU80N in a law weeks,
We have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
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Lands and Works.
CANCELLATION   OF RCSCRVE.
Nii'l li'K l« hereby Riven thai iln *.itvii
lion . lalill'heu In numunnri. .it the nrnvl-
.i.i-i-..nn. ■ i"iiiiinii.in nml Western Itiiinniv
*4ulmiiiv let ijw." iiiitireK'if wnloli were pan-
■i.'ii-.l In |iin  llrlll.ll i nl'mil.Iii Mii/i-lli-  nml
.lil.-.I Tlh Mnv. ISBO, nn.I Mn .Iniii' ISIK1, r«ii|ii*r.
ih.-ii. nre herenv .-<■ nc-li.-d.
t'niwn IiiihIi Kllnnlril  wlinln tin-nrcn . in-
i..-   ' '.. iii.'-iii-i r. v«rviiiinn will henpenen
In    i , settlement, leant and oilier disposition
linill'l   the   line i-lnii-i   ..I  I hi*   " l.nil'l   Air."
Ihm   n in-, nil. i in., rliii.'nr llir ilr«i |.nii.
Ileal ifihK no'lee In I ho liiui-h Uoinmlitn
..,/. in-: provided, however, tlmi In all eases
\ li.-ii- lands :ir.- ■ <i ..ilii. iii-i-.i'iiini.-ii, leosi'd or
..Iln ivvl-i- nlli-iiiiliil liv ||ii. 1 <r I Vl-l'l > im.'M I. nml
t.r i>-< <|in nlly  found, ii|H-n  tin- Hiir\i..\- ur
in. i'.i.iniiiiii nml Western Hallway Com*
mny's bloeks, tn lie wholly nr in purl m-iiIi-
lli S«Ch blochu, llnn III.' pi-mniiN mi iii-i|iili -iiii>
-in n   lands «lnill  nninlrp thofr t It tu lbi>rr>lo
i mm *in- Railway Oompany, who have agreed
ie lien! itnii -li.-ii piirahnaani, pra-emfitors,
i'-*-'-r -. p|e., on tin; same terms and conditions
ruths linn rmiM'ii) would under the provl*
slonanfihf •■ i.nti't Act.Hexoenl In raspecl In
'Inilier loiids nn Iln-1 '..in|i'inv'. blnoks, wlil.-n
iniii bo Kiiiijeei iii the reiutations Issned hy
i in- Company rehiilve lo il»' '-uiiin. nr timber
■ ni the rnlninl'lii nml Western Itallwny l.iiinl
a mat,
U'. .-^. U0RB,
liepuly l'nniiiils»liini-r nl I.iiihIb ,1 Winks,
hands and Works tiriuiriin.nl,
V'li-lnilii, l.,r,,ainl Ki-lirii»i-,v, (005,       aat
Public Bohool, Hospital, and
other insiitiitions. Excellent
Waterworks syetetn. Streets,
Stores ntirl Residences illu-
inineil by Electricity.    Daily
lliail    l.ervile.        I he   ti.Mllsite
is B'lia riil.lv laid oul Gol in
NOW on tie- ground floor.
Lota can   now   ne  purchased
FRori
$75
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TOWNS! TE AOENT
1 HENRY FLOYD
REVELSTOKfc, B. C.
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iji   s.s  Gbc '(botcl Beaton  ...
BEA ION. u c.
l, ■FISITOiiS arriving nt Beaton :tlm tin.-1...1.1 ..t tin Lanlen't
^    via Ai-inw'lieiirl, ivlll find this Hotel to be fully equlppi"!
L| for hl.li-i'l.'iM. trade,   fcxcolleut accommodation     A well
sppelnted and spacious dinlni* hall,    Tho bosi of VVlnos.Si
nml (.'i«urs.   Persons! supervision Is given in the requirements ol
j,| plltnillH.  Visitors tn the lanli'iin ciui lel.vun COUlfortal I In,* In'l1'1'
W. BOYD -:■ -:- Prop,
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■HUH _Mfll
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FERGUSON HOTEL
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The n itod li.inu for travellers visiting
Ferguson, B._.
A well stocked Bar of the choicest l.iqourH, Wince, etc
McDonnell &  Black
Proprietors,
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si«ty
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Regal Notices.
{.gl ..i     l'.|. I;..\ I Ml NT.
NOTICE,
mineral claim sltuutc In the
Mining Divisionol  Went
district .
ted . - \l.."it liw miles
i im i roni I
I, i     rles Copn, free
liflcate N... B83,18fl, Intend
,. - aftei date horeol, to apply lo
..-   Ri, nrdei   lor ' lertiflcati ■ ol
■ ta foi the purpose ol obtain*
.'nuts oi Un- above olaima
;   take notice thai actioi
".," must  Im commenced
inch cert ideate ol
i ini-nt        I '.in- I  this 16th ilnv ni
'    I' . 1905
M'l It I-
i luim.  situate  in the
'■'■ : ng Division i'i West
.•nay distl ii
ati I   i In   outb side ol l_i -
, .,-'  b ■ -\.-en Rapid iiml _opl ii
[      . Hce thai I   Fred C, Elliott.
. ii,., .it • No. B88042, in-
a*. from the date hereof,
tbe Minii     R     ■-• ■ f,,i s
I . I in | ri.n-in.-i.i-.   for   tlie
■   ng ii' 'row n Oi
laim.
Lml fui        tal    notice thai
j.    .  :        ..    mast  bo comineiii - i
^^      tbe Issuenceol  iuch Certifies.)
■   nn-    Itb  day   of   July * d
i jul ; 05
Si  Hi I.
i-i." "mini i lituati in
- mi   Ull..-   Mining   i'i- i-i ni  el
. •       On   li.-ii i rn   Lake
notice tbat I, II. McPberson.
I. \   M   Ukini
S '   nli ml,
I*        .    -   I                 ,;.it.    in r,.,if.   t..
lo  il..-  Mining h" ii
.ii*' "i   I in pro i ..:.-    for  the
•-I ..In.on.n_ ,i I'r.iw n   i .runt •■!
. ■  i i.i in.
further lake notice that action,
I '. most l*i* eomtnenced
.     ■ Beats
• Improvi ment*.
-  I .n ol Mat. < ■
II. V< I'HH'SON.
NOTICK.
Silver Chief No, 2 Mineral Claim situate
In the Trout l.nke Minim.' Division ol
Wesl Kootenay District, Where located:
tin i.nll (inlch, a tributary of Gainer
erei k.
Take Notice that I, Fred C. Elliott,
I   'I.    No. B88042, Acting as agent for
l; ii I', young, F.M.C.  No.   11880*1,
Intend sixty iinvs from the date
hereof toapply to tin* Mining Recorder
for a Cortlocate ol Improvements lor
im purpose of obtaining a Crown grant
nf the above claim
Ami fiirihcr lake notice that action
under section H7 must be commenced
before tlie issuance ot each Certificate
nl Improvements,
liate.l this 19thday June, a.h. 1906.
jun J.'i-O.")
NOTICK
/.n..hi,, uml li» mn...inl.- uilui-ml olalmatalt'
mil.-   In   tbe Tronl   l.iilo-   Mining I M\ i-tun ..I
,i. -i Kootenay dhdrlol
Whore loeatea : SJntlUi ut Ijinln Itlvi-r uml
Kant of unci adjulnlng the Ureater New v.irk
itiin.- nt l claim
I iki   nntleo Unit   I. Fn-it  ,Iii.-iiIi«, ii.onl f.ir
\   i-   lobuson, ti" miner's eettlneate jjo,
intend, slxtv day*, from the date hereof, tnappl]  11. Iln' Ml ll Ilia lirrnnliT for n I'-l-
iii.-ii. ..i Improvements, t.ir the purpoae ol
. iiiiu) ii iiiir ii Crown i»runt of tho above elnliii.
\n't farther take notlee that action, unil.-t
', must be rsmimoneed beforothcla*
-inii,,,-ni vu.-ii certificate of Improvement,
llati I ili.« I'.in .In v ill liini', A .IL, Iltti.
inn lil
KllKIi .1... "|>
Sali Lots 35 and 36
lolock IT, Trout Lake. Apply to
Mr* J   II  io-ii:,. n, IJ05 University
ittli.  Wn-il.
KOTICK TO UBUSUOBNT OO  owni-'.k.
|i. D. It   McLennan or to whomsoever
he may have transferred his interest
in tin- Kinliru mineral i Iilin,
Take Notice thai I the undersigned
 wn.-i «itii yon in the Embromineral claim situate on south side of Lardeau river between Rapid and Poplar
■reeks in ths Trout take m .ling division
nf VV. Kootenay. have performed the ne*
iaai v work and made the necessary ex
|..'n.lititre on the above-mentioned
claims for the years 190i and 1906, Hi
.r.i.i to hold the siiine nnder seotton .4
of the Mineral Act, sad the years for
which ndd «..rk was performnaand expenditure made bavin** expired, 1 hereby give you notice that if within it)
days from '.be tir«i publication hereol
-, mi fait nr refuse to contribute i"iir pro*
poi t ionate share of such ex penditnre and
pay th" coats ol this advertisement,
rou i I n teres I in the said mineral claim
will become tin* property of the undersigned under am b) virtueo( section -I
nt   the Mineral Act Amendment Act
ed at Trent Lake this Sth day of
Inly. 1906 turn 0. l-'.u.iofr.
Co*Ownef
NOTICE,
Morning and Bvonlnit mineral alutfon, sit-
mil''In Ihi' I iniii 1,1,1,,- M iiiiii-- Im ■--..-ii ui'
Wesl Kn.iiiiiiiv district,
{■Wliei- loomed: nu -.iniii Hide of '.nnln
River audi-in-.- to and oasl of Tlie Lynch mln.
e.'iil eluJln.
l'ukennlk'i-U...I I, P. [..Huffman,agent for
R. I. IMIwonli, in.- i or'". r-iTiiili-hi	
hk:»is, tnl'-nfl tKnii iIn- linn- in-i.-
of, toapply In n,i- Milium Ueoorder lor a cer-
lUKatS o lni|n..\>>iii, nis im- tin. porpoae of
Obtaining a I rown tlranl ol the above claim.
And ttirtnor take notion thai aotPm, under
Motion UT. mini im commenced before thei.
suanoa nf mi.-i nliii-iit" of lnipniveinonl>.
linii'd ilii-. i itl] day ni June A..D, III i
I'. I..  HUFFMAN.
NOTICE  I'o  DKI.INCJUKNT COOWWEKM
To James Grant,  R. Q. Macl eod and
James Bouchier, or to  whomsoever
they mav have transferred thoir interest in tlie Slate r.dneral claim.
Tul,.- notice tlmt I, the undersigned
co-owner with you in the Mute mineral
claim, situate ou South sldenl Lardeau
ri\er betweu Rapid and  1'    I ir croeki
in Ilu-   I mill    I uke   Milling   I'll -i"ii o|
W'.'Bt   Kootena].   Iiai -•  |»i foi med  I Iu
necessary work and mad • tlm in en ari
expenditure on   the nbove   mentl id
claim lor ll*e yean 19 n ami l»05, in
order iu hold too same un loi section ..'i
of the Mineral Acl. and the > ears lot
which -..i'i work was pei formed and ex
pcndituri made having expired, I hereby give you notice thai if within90 days
from the flral publication lu'.reol you
fail or refuse to contribute your proportionate share 'ri mh-Ii expenditure and
pay tin- costs ol t hi- advertisement jour
Interest in the said mineral claim will
become the proiierty 61 the undersigned
under and by virtue uf section 4 of the
Mineral .ct A ndment Act, l'»00.
Mali"1 nt Troul   l.nke this 17th dav ol
July, 1903 JAMES BNRLL,
Co-Owner.
11 paj i to i the Telepl orfa A
lengtnv trip -in "i'en In- -ii vi ,1. Offices
at Ferguson i ClllUDiing' Store; Trout
l.nke, rust I IfDce . also al Beaton, Cum-
aplix and Arrow head.
POPLAR       DIRECTORY
Grand Hotel
FiHST-CLASS BAR,
A. NO. 1   ROOMS.
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Balmoral Hotel.
7 "wry
Visitors lo Ferguson  may rely r)pon the very best of
accommodation at 111i*-» well-known hotel    Roonit are
well furnished tluonghout.   The  Bar is stocked wilh
a choice assortment ol palatable quenchers.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
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Royal   Hotel
fancy liar,
iMu.sic.it Entertainment
Bulletin   Board, World's
iMIn'.nj; .News
E L. MORAND, -   PROP.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
EVaRYTUIMfl   NKW    \NI>    KIKBT-OLASB   IN   AI.I. IlKSI'K. ITS
Fire  Proof Safe
The house Is stocked with mm r*• - • — t Wines and Olgars oathamnrkst
Trout    Lake,
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
The BEST Always !
IN FINKSIIOKS:
MINING BHOE8 !
BHOE PACKS!
RUBBERS  .wn
OVERSHOES!
(IKKMAN  BOCKS!
lawhal v.ni win L'.t n j lo your baying
with Ua,   >n .l..'.'t Lutn-I. wIh-ii \.nolloir ,io.\ -
thing In the way of toot wear to call mt as, ori
drop ii line.
Firtt-ClaSS in every rt'8|>oot.
The Travelling public earefully
taken care of.
& N_lsou_i Props.
In Under the mine ManuKeinrut.
Review Job Dept*.
Pot lli).'h-t'l:iss Work.
Lardeau
Hotel
B^a
to
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
W
I1KN   rihitin**,   FcrgiiKon you
^^^^    ^li.uiId stay nt tin* Laide«ll
11 I     lloti'l.     Ilcru   the   visitor
(s/JNd' will !"• suiroiiioleil with
l^jja Ih'iiu* loinforiH. Bxcalleul
's,/     I    cuisine,    wall   ventilftled
nnd «itrin riioins, well
stocked bar, and «**■• ryilung which
lords towards making your visit »
|il.i>iiiit ami memorable one.
Rates from $l daj upwarda.
Wn strive to please our jiitrnns.
M
II ROYAL SHOE STORE!
Nelson, I'.. C.
R     ANDREW    &    CO.
Mail orders carefully ><n'l promptly
attended to. Ageol for8later uml Net-
ili'tmi Shoes.
tiivie:  table:
S.S.  Vk'ClllV or S.S. LARDEAU.
Itnnnin.   betweefl   Ari'owht'Uil,   I'.e.t-
urn and Comaplix, oommoDclna October Ihli, l'Jii.i. will nail as follows,
weather ticrmium..
leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Coroapli.\, twice, daily—10. .-.nil file.
I^avin** liueroii ami OudMplii for
Armwhoad. i»'lt« dally — 7:16k anil
I2:4sit. Muklnir cloas oonnectlons
with all C. P. K. Steamers and tralos,
The owner.-- reeei*ve tbe right m
chanife tinior- of railini;s without
notice.
The Umpire Lumber Co., Limited.
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout* Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A BPECIALTY.
Stables at Trout* Lake.
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1_B___i___r
v'OSD'i   r-»i «   TWAIN.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Exc3l)er_t   Accommodation
| Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   £_
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
ntfflffiwwM
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MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
We have all the Latest in
HATS.
We can clothe from head to
foot in a princely style.
Summer-Weight Suits
Make you feel good.
FERGUSON - - B. C.
I
TROUT LA
CITY
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THERE Imve been fortunes
made '>>• jtulicious Investment in Real Estate, aud
more fortunes will be iiimie than
over tiit* towi two or three years,
Tin' ono ivd" reaps the harvest ie
tin* original investor, for Ir- imi-
his money on a cerlaintj.
Now let ns point out to vmi tlmt
there Is do bettor *-j■..i nn :hr Con*
ti'-.-iit to Imv Real Kstate tluiu
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake is tin* prettiest s'mt
in lim Kootenays; as u pleasure
res ut it has no equal, Boating
imil Bsliing may In- Indulged in
tho year rounil; while lii<: game
in abundance is to the round on
tlm hills. Its climate is superb,
thore bi*ing no great extremes, it
l>.*iiiK inil'l in winter and cool In
summer. It can boast of some of
ihe tiii'"t linti'ls mul residences In
British Oolumb'S. Its streets mo
well laid out iiiiii (jriiil"il. There
mi. two excellent general slorrs,
and a g'ance at the advertisements
in this journal will show tlmt nil
trull,.* ii ri* fairly well represented.
Write wilh confidence tu Agmits.
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout* Lake, B.C.
§B
f • i<
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS-
Make your
selection at
once.   ::   ::
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Then call on
or   write  to
JB1
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...
-
IT lm*. iii-ver had a ' lioom "—its
growth has been steady, it is
tin! Ii'-nil • t navigation, ami
(he terminal ol the Lardo branch
Of the C.P.R. All maris (in tli<«
i.niilrnn) Ii ml to Trout Lake. It
i" tho commercial centre of th«*
richest mineral district on the
I'oiitiiu-iit, ami has banking facili-
tios prnvidrd by the Imperial
Hunk of Cannila ; first-class school
accommodation under the dlcer*
tion of B. Shannon, It.A.; a good
water system ; government offioes ;
Count} Oouri sittings; Methodist
Episcopal and Anglican cburjhes
and cottage ho*nital,
There are valuable ranch lands
nn ilie outskirts awaiting settlers.
Its lumber resouroea are mapniii
Cent, and n   band saw mill   with a
capacilv of 60.000 ft. per day Is at
t'c   lend of lhe lake.    Tlie mines
tributary are proving out bigger
producers every year, with uew
prospect* opening up rich bodies of
ore.
There will be a hit* mah this
summer, so if you would know
inure, write nt OnCO to eillioi of
the agents nt  the addresses below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
Vi
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Q.==-
M 'uuUii^iuoiWiiiiiiUUUti.ii.oiuiuuiitUii.UiiiuiiiiiiiiWitituttUuiiUimuaimUi -'•'.'_::
f^
Job Printing of every description will be f9ittifully executed 3* ttie ffeview Job fo
|»w^jlXkeview hotel    Es    City   Drug   Stoi
I   FAIR   "
1905.
- - DAYS - -
TKOUT LAKE, B. C.
BAR WELL SITl'I.IKI) WITH
Liquors and Sigars
Commencing SEPTEMBI
80lh.    Larger and better tl
«v
t
iiuriii'iioiis    Knrli dav some-  Pf]
S'oii will  ?_'i
here,
Single  tare on all   lino   ol
travel,
Write for prize list.
J. E. Annable Sec. j||
JU.     A. -—      - J..     A.    .*.  V**,
.will. |..i'|,il  ,...'.   uviigi   in.ui ^^
nor.   Everything new and un* k>]
o-date.   {All kinds of open sir HS
ittrui'tions    Knrli day some- r'X*,
riu thing Interesting.     vou will /k
J_»J meet old friends there, Kj
Large Coinfurtahlu Komns
l.\. "iielit CuJSil 0.
I Madden & Levesque
Props
ALEX.  0RAWFOBD
fill     !   ONEER
NOTICE OK SEIZURE AND BALE
livery and Dray Stables
N
fOTICE is hereby giveyi that under
nml iiy virtue ol u warrant oi ea-
t'l'iition issued cut ol the County
Court of kootenay, holdan a; K.-v.-i-
Btoke, in nn action wherein Peter R.
Peterson is plaintiff and W, 11. Hof.rd
is defendant, mul t.. me directed against
the goods and chattels of the rani .1. i.-u-
il inr, f have telsed and taken into ex-
-eriitioii nil ths iiiteresta ol the above
named IV, 11. Howard in the following
i,.inii"l mineral cWrna situated in tlm
Troul lake .Minim; Division nf West
Kootenai', vi/ . Hampton mineral claim
situate mi lien I of triune creek, adjoin-
tiie hiiteiprise mineral claim, on the
north side, located 20th day of July,
1904, recorded 2nd davoi August, 1904
Idle Hour mineral claim, situate on tin'
head ol Ten Mile creek, a tributary ol
lhe North Fork ol l.iiiilenii creek ami
three miles from Ferguson, locstftd L'ntli
day of .May, 1889, recorded -3rd dav ol
.Mav, 1899, and I girn notice tlmt I will
offer for -nie Ly public auction at the
Court House, Xroul Lake, B.C , Wednesday the liith day 5* \tlgusl, 1!H'5, at
the hour of 11 (eleven) o'clock in the
forenoon, all the interests of the said
defendant in the said mineral claims
Dated at Tiuut l.ake, B.C., August t.
A.m, l'.iO.) t.KO. M. YUI1.:..
Deputy Shoriff, X. Kootenay
Irons l.ake, B.C.
J
Puck and (Jar!
:■• !! irRt - Always no- Hire
Treighting, Packing and
earning a Specialty
♦< *»«>-t-<>->
Dal    -t.-i.e leaves   Kenton u 13 o'elnck for Trout Lake Ferguson and Camborne
l.......,.j Ferguson, via Tronl Knkc for Kenton al 7 a.m.
Umnoh Siit!di*s al linn, Lake, Beaton, Ferguson nnd Camborne.
FHKJ) Q. KLLIOTT,
BARRISTER, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Luke, I!. ('.      and Ferguson.
iii'n.s. MoCnrter, J. A. llarvi-.v
a. M. Pinkham,
HARVE1T Mc.ARTER & PINKHHAM
BOLIOITOR8, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   B.  C
siiiii-itm-K nn- imperial Bank ofCanada
W. I. BRIGG8
.1. M. SCOTT, ii..i>.
Scott & Briggs
Barristers and Solicitors
Solicitors for Mulsiin's I'ank.
PEVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
500 Cords
Slobwood
FOR SALE....
A full line   of Choice stations
Jitst Received
ALSO,
SCHOOL SUPPLIES,  PROPRIETARY MED
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.    PRESCRIPT,^,
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH.
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B C
Best Hotel in Town,
Headquarters fir Bui ami GumU !i
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    ri RST CLASjl
d. r. Mclennan, fbopbiet.r
W.  Abrahamson'LennoxviM
—* -Hole'
App!y :
ml
or
H.-ad Office.
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
J.V    THK    matthi    oh   THK    "CnV-
I'A.MKs"   WlNMNU    DP   .\'  I.    I8U8,
ami Amending   Acts,"   ikd  in
THK MATTER i>K Til IC SILVER
Ci'P Minks, J.jmitku Nok-Pkk-
s inai. Liability,
':he silver Cup .Mines. I.imite.1 Non
personal Liability, lias gone into voluntary liquidation under the above Act.
ami has appointed _rland G. Hadow, ol
the town of Ferguson. B.C .accountant,
ite liquidator, for (he purposes ol iuch
winding up.
'I lie preditora oi the abovi (tompanj*.
whieli bus its head office in said town oi
Ferguson, and al| others having nn,
claims againsl sad Company, nre ■*•-
•iioirid on or before the ti»>t day ol
Heptembei 1905, to send to Harvey, MeCarter & Pinkham, solicitors for-aid
* liquidator, in tluir olln-i-s, first Street,
Ki-velsinki'. B.C., tli.ir mum* ami addresses ami descriptions, and the full
particulars of their debts or claims v.-ri-
Bed i>y oath, ami ths nature aud amount
ol the securities, if any, held by them,
in.it tin- siiecitieil value of tjii'rli securities, aiul if so required by notice
in writing from said liquidator or
liii solicitors, to come in and prove
tln-irsaid debts or claims in the usual
nay. at surli lima and plaOS nn shall be
specified in such notice.
After tin* said Hie) day of September!
1005, ibe said liquidator will proceed to J
distribute tlm assets of the Company I
.among the parties entitled thereto,!
having regard only lo the claims oi -
which) he then has had notire, and tin
liquidator will um than be liable for the
assets or any pari thereof so distributed
to any |n-r.-..ii of whose claim lie Iiinl
not notices! the time ol the distribution
tlie'vuf.
• Hated tbis 10th day ol July, IMS,
l-:i;l.A.VIM.. HADOW,
I I ll in v mil
Capital Authorised. $4,000,000
Capital [paid up] - 8.000.000
Itesl   -      -      -    3,000,000
Hunches iii the North west Territories, Provinces ol British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario and Qnebec.
r. R   MERRlTT.Pren li i; WM.KIK  Viee-Prea. and Gen. .Man.
!■:. HAY, Assistant Ron. Mauapnr.      '.'.'. MOFFAT, Chief [ngpecto.-
Trjut    l.akr,    tt.    C. Brsnch—A    (i.-nctjl    llanklnir    i'u«i,;..    Trin.tonlcd.
s.n-in.'s '•■•oftrtinent—Deposits received nud interact allowed.
Oiiiri- -"111 nv.ill;,|i|,- In nil part* rifCui)Hila,
-.    Htntessnd Europe.
S|i .-'nl iillmil ..ii ul von r I tori I ins and
Mlnins ii. ndi
T, B. BAKL'K,
fTanager
TROUT   LAKE   l.uln.i:   I. O.O.F
SO. 41
«<F*-1S*.   ..      iti'iruliir in.-.-tiiit(« li.-l.l In
Vj-feg^    U'liiri'iiiiw.  ii v.i,
■\_r>Jy*.«1^   . is.i.rilliilly ursloome.
Contractor
And Builder.
•6 .Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
■yr'  Xiui
il. .1 1 "i ii. N. Q,
A. VV, Edff, it a P.Hec.
E. MOBBS  PSOP
Hotel and
Ceneral StoH
O—RRAHD              .    e
Get a Home
I _i   Yourself.
TUSCAN    LODGE,
Mo89.
£F      A P.  <Sc A.M.
"nl   Thursday uaeh1—^
month. OS (frVI t
Visitors Welcome IXVllI*
0 Forddrod, Bee., II. MoPherson. W..M
Don't Pay
A,i-.Mii,|,n,|.
All.l^lu
J.
.  Ml'KUAY.
rROUT LAKK, 3. 0.
lursjde i*i ti
- -    iuteri -t- carefu
I after.
A::.-nl
..'. i lan -
Siarftep &
 Eg
V. ul. Westfall ik C.
The B. C. ASSAY tad CH :HICAL
(i0. SUPPLY t .., Ltd.
\'AM 'UVIlll,   H. C.
„.,,,,,.   .,  , Headquarters la.'4ssayers. limine arid
\ HOLBSAf.E DEAI.EU8 in Bgiter,   Mill Snpul.es.    Bole agaiits iu 1;. ('. foi
Morgan Cruoibhi (h. ,  BalterseA. Ijiy-
Blld    Fruit,   In ti. 1 ;  F. »'. lira.in A Co.'l I'alent l.ry
Houston Bk., Josephine St. Nelsou 11C   l"'ar_ _"_f_** 1?u _.cr8_i*5c*      u "'   A,nl
■  "•    < • worth et t o. r I in.. Bnlani •■-. etc.. etc.
lllioii^' lli-ril;.-.-
llinlnil :*:--.i-- i: i- — 11.--.ii-i, .1 i in.
.i Iu,-- anil I'li.-j.. rl- !!>. i.ul .111.1 Hold,
Wlnins I'ropertleii l.uuked Alter for Non
,'■ io-.
..it -I i - ■
:>_ • J.1I
■iv,
r..ir
'_.k..ij.c :. Packing and
- Hasagin. =  ■ freighting
& sir •."•.-.'.••.-.• -.    .    .    |    .
Ferguson   packing v
and
Transfer   Outfit.   .
-mi.-i . i SIlriT,..
-i.v-i ami I., .ni
Jfl 50
i_ o,i   ■
8 -rn   .'.
1 00
?) .'ill   •
SHANNON,  Kssaycr
Cpatracls entered into for packine of Mining llppliea, etc.
loan" point m Ih.* dir-trii-t.
Oood, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaranteed
sutisnn-i.iiy.
FERGUSON. ~ S. Daney, Prop.
F-ROU50NB. C    '■•.•••- •■:■.*.■: . •
ty.
..*•**»*•   - r. .
Underwear. Box
Shirts, Hats
,■/"
^
%fm   S
RA
_*
u.
__=^
Ge"eral
S\ Merchant
EASY TERMS.
" " . i.       ■
SURVEYORS
0. B N WIIKIE, P.L.S.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Atinorr.l Claims Surveyed
and Crown (iiants Obtained
ll. nldeooa   V' vi lleeord ..in,-.
Troul l.nkf. II C
A. If. HEYLAND,
I'l;<l\ IM IAI.  I AMI SI llVI-.VKK
Mi;i.-riil ("niins Burvejred
POPLAfi, KA8LO.
W. H. Jones,
0K
Barber Sbofl
flood Shave or Hair in
■   11.1  o!
WilCam SchnellJ
111...' •-. -
Hot and Coi_ Baths
--.,-.    s.
rjrnest Harrop
Lumber
Sash    Doorsl
Hardware
Etc.
At Cost for CastJ
Poplar Creek]
a__PM__B__BMM
lenl   Binders.   Fine   Job
Printing.
NELSON, B. C.
est
All kinds of New Rec rds.
Sole Agent for the Lardeau:
J. C. Murray
Trsut LaVe B. C.
Fe>.__53y
;i
'   4_B
AND MINING StfPPUES.
At the
LOWEST PRICES.
i
T
S
Hardwarejcols
Stoves, Pipe
pV Etc,
Everything
Obtainable
in
Season. *
^ | Melons
IT    Cucumbers
Peaches
St   Tomatoes.
L
E
Clothing
Boots. Shoes
Blankets, Gloves.
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
. _. km>,ti<.
Nails
Oils, Putty
S-W-P
Heady-Mixed Paints
F. B. Weill
REVE STOKE, B.C.
RA&-EURS
BOUPf
CA5H   PRICI:>   l>\i:
P.Buras &C
•U'llnJ.KSAI.l-:    AMi    Rl I
Meat I
Merchant I
Denli ruin .ill fclntls ol In -I' Mil
rROUT LAKE, i:.< •
The Nelson     I
Brewing Co
Drcvvcrs of
Fine   Lager   Bc.1
and Porter
R. Reistererfg-Co.    >  Propl
WOOD    VALLAMCE    HAH
WARE CO   LTD
iliiidiuii'', Miners' Bii|ipl"''i
iiinl Ksngns.
NELSON. B  c
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