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Has a larger circulation    than   any
News] in]"'' '" *J'
Kootenay. Be»1 advertising medium
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The  representative
of the rich Lardeau
country.    Sent to
any address for $2
per an. in
advance.
VOL. 2
TROUT LAKK CITY B.C., JAN. ll, iq.6.
No. li.
Mineral
Production
OF   BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR
■,'J.AR   190/5   IE 1'.-* IIMATE1)
YI'   ABOUT   JI    MILLIONS
NOTABLE ADVANCE OVER
PREVIOUS VEAR.
West Kootenay is Leader.
The minerals produced in the
whole of British Columbia in 1906
reached •* value ol $21 000,000. oi
about  {2,<H)0000   ■•*   at*va  "'
1904, according to figures compih d
by E.Jacobs.   (,f course, tbe value
of  lhe   output   of   the   last two or
three weeks can only be estin
and   thc  actual   returns   may   In
slightly   greater   or   less   thai.   '1'
•.mount  Bet  down for tnen..     . ...
valii"n of tin* metals produi • d an
approximately us follow- i
rjold ... $ 5.750,000
Silver. . . 2,050,000
Conper . ■ 6,460,000
Lead . . - 2,370,000
Zinc  .       .       . 820,000
Total      .       .    *l.V.i-l<).iM)
The non metallic mineral*  are
thvibcMiniated :
Coal .       -       •     W,090,000
Coke .       -       •        1.220.'HX)
Building material, etc. 760,000
[•total     .      .-    16,060.000
Hv districts the production was
a? lollowi
Carfl      .       .     *  -i'"1-	
( .itsiar      .       . 56' 50 i
. Eai iv  . ■ 50 '
Wet Kootenay . *    5,706
I       «t     .
Yiil.. .       . '..''<">
'    is)
Misoellaneoua    .
Ka«t     Koot.'!' IV     r 'i   WS     I'll     iu*
,  a'..", 11,700,000,  and
Wi-of ah.,ui |] over 1904
West   Kootenay    declined   about
•100,000,   and   the  coast  diHtri.is
1,000 ..-> i with the
previous year. Th.' decrease al
the .oast was largely due to the
Sanaimo era! mines strike mnl
the snspeniion oi mining at Mount
Sicker. Bast Kootenay. increase
would have boen substantially
larger had the St Eugene not been
hindered by lire, which destroyed
ita shaft house. The yiel.i oi
placer gold in the northern districts wm kepi down bv tie lack
..( water,caused by the light snowfall of last winter The decrease
in placer cold was inure than made
up by tho greater output 0< lode
irold, netting an advance of
160,000 in the total.    Copper, sil
ver.   and   lead   won  all  m  r   ■':
while ilnc last  y,nr made its first
appearance ai ■  tubal    i .
tributor   lo   tbe   total.     The   in-
creaaea ovei  1904  irere   ipproxi*
inatelv :
•odd        .      .       . -j 60,000
Silver       .       .        .    880,000
Lead       .      .      .   '.cam mi
Copper    .      .       .   860.UO0
2lnc        .      .       .   820.000
Coal  decreased    $570,000  an.!
cose I18.0U0.     Vancouver Island
collieries produced 690,200 I
oo»l, an.I ti„. Crows Nest oollieries
' 16,100 ions, a. total of 1,486,800
tons, ot which 408,900 ton   we •
converted into coke,
NOTKK.
'he ordinary annual J.< "< ral
[Mastingol the Primrose Gold Min
log Company, Ltd. Liab., will be
'■''M nt the otliee of the Company,
front I.ake, B.C., on Friday, Feb
roary 2nd, 1906, at 8.80 pm., for
Jna purpose, nf electing directors
lor   the   ensuing   year   and   such
'"ber business «* may h(- properly
brought before the meeting.
J. M. MILLER, See.-Trcns.
Bated at Trout Lake, B.C., 2nd
"*y of January, I'HHi.
Broadview       A. (f& K
Syndicate.
Iiiiii V TONS OF ORE   KOV
SHIPPED     GIVING     OOOD
RETURNS.     SECOND   PAY
MENT    ARRANGI I)     FOR.
SYNDICATE IN F1NI- SHAPE.
Tho Syndicate i-1. reho tiers ol
thi Broadview held i important
meeting on Wednesday. All accounts up i" l-t of J inuary were
handed in by Tm.-t. o V.
was instruct! d to iBBUe cb
cover. I be bi cond i aymi I ol
. due . ii thi 1 ith ii. ' win
.    i ordi red paid.
■ taking the property over
ihe   last   "f < Ictober,   80   ions has
ihipped, which  gave satisfac-
t' "• *'     in r   car   is  on
ih.' roii'i down thc bill al pre* ot,
which will run thi out| ut to date
in the io ;..'!.! i urhood ol 100 tons.
The syndicate is i ow in cood
shape, all accounts paid, second
paymi nt arranged for, and a cash
balance on   band.
B veral offers have been made
for the property, and i. will shortly be examined by men repn renting large i dnii g and smelling in*
in I As a '
proposition   tbe   Bros i'. ie*   is  a
most proo      H       . an ex< ■
feature i    tf." self-fluxing \
ties ire.
I he ivors t i far do'rie has iipi n'i il
up two • . . carrying
Bilver and i opper values, beside;
12 feet of milling on .
und it will no doubt by judiciou
i .. litth ■ apital
pro\e '.. be \
GOOD FOR < DIP.
The iaal I
contain! the appointment of E. 1"
Chipman,     gold     comi
i adminii irator ol
Kasloi        raid strict.
FIRST ALASKA GOLD.
('old was first discovered in
Alaska on the Anauk river, a tri-
butary ol the Kuskowim river.
which joins the latter stream about
twenty-five miles below the trading
post of Kalamakoffsky.
In 1832 the hi adquarters of tbe
ii   Am ii i. .in   trading Com*
i any  w< re al  sitk i and supplies
were   transported   from   there to
Lukei.. - i o i by way of Noshagak
riv.r, Tio-chic   river and  lake nn.l
down ths Anauk river aud llienoe
up stream twenty-five miles to the
fort In 1837 the ;.- i ipplies
w,.r ■ ri n'. in' way of the mouth of
the Duskowim river and the old
\vn\ ;.i.mdoned as a summer route
and used onlj Ior the pur| ose i I
■ending out the mails during thc
winter by dog teams, it was thc
only winter rout- the Russians
ever used from any point on the
Vnkon to the outside (Sitka), and
was only abandoned for the purpose after they li fl tbe country.
It was while on one uf these
trips in ls:i_ thai Iho Russian!
discovered gold nn tho Anauk, and
it Is known   to-day   as   the Yellow
River   of   tho   Russians.      it   is
nol known   whether   they ever at
tempted mining on any large scale
or whether they found gold in paying quantities, but it is thought to
be the first time on  record of gold
being found in that country
Dave Orr, jun., and Mrs. Orr,
and Mr. ami Mrs. A. GoWlUg, ol
Camborne, were in town for the
carnival"
Charter.
BOARD OF TRADE WILL NOT
OPPOSE     I   :1 I  ISION    OF
a
CHARTER IK C.P.R. GUAR-
AN rEEH TO COMPLETE THE
ROAD WITHIN TWO YEARS.
Tl e regular meeting of the
I rad'.- Committee was held on
Monday nighl in the < ity Hall,
Kellie Rtreet. A goodly number of
nn in1" After the
ilur routine  busim ss was gone
through, the  matter ol the exten-
ion      the A.  .v   K. i 'harter was
\ .       W. Whyte, Becond
vice-president ol tho C.P.R., was
read, in woiioh he Btuted his company ir.Uy appreciated the value
of the charter and did not wish to
set any opposition to the extension
of it. He was not prepared to bind
his company to any definite time
for the building ol the road from
Gerard through.
After thoroughly discussing the
matter it w'is resolved to take il
up with tho Vancouver, Victoria,
Revelstoke, Kaslo snd Nelson
Hoards of Trade, also with »ll the
different towns affected and seek
thi il ' -operation in fighting the
extension in I ■ Home of I !om*
nions at t 'ttr.wi'.
While   the i.';,. i •   r. alize thc
■*   Mr-t  ; •■   companv    ire   not
making a pi ofit out ol lhe road ai*
ready built, they also reci . ■.;/•• Ihe
at  a  :-• ubsidy ac
• oiiip.m   -   I   .-    ■ h.u lei   and   that
"'. ild   by  the in-
; traffic "■ llicll   WOUl !   ensue
by the completion i f thc i ad boi
-    -
also fi el that if the proposed road
would   bo   a   | a; ing   propi
from the start, there would nol be
- ity   for  lhe granting ol a
'1 , '   |  aeral  con -
of opinion  among tho citizens of
the district ie not to unduly inter-
■      in lhe matti i . f an i xti naion,
but  would  be agn i ah .   lo a two
j. ars exti i sion tor the completion
of the road.
The advantages to the district
through Becuring d
cation with tbe coast wou
big factor in the developmi nl ol
the country ami the increase ui
railway trail!.'. The CP R. would
also be relieved of an annual expense of s.-veti to eight thousand
dollars for running the l" al on
Trout Lake. This in itself W( uld
nearly i ay tiio im. rest on cosl i f
construction for that pan ol thi
road
Andy    Daney  lost   a   valuab 1
!n.i-. a lew d...' - ago
\ iTICK
| eliilei - tor   Mineral  cls'.'.n ford
the Crown.
Tmiders wiil he received by the nn-
lereigne I up lo 12 i 'clock,  n • nn
l uet.la;. the lib day ol h'ebru iry, 1
for il u purchase nl ilm iiiiilernienliotn>tJ
mineral elainie, which s'ere loi letted to s
],, Crown ii the   I        ale held in lh«
. invi : in.lent  ollieo ni   Knsl .. 13.C, on
lhe 7th da) ol Doci uiber, 1801.
I', be r msiil I, all tondei - must !»■
ai  least  equal I e upset  price, aa
given bulov . which is cquivsleni lo i bv
umi.nil!    lor    v\ llicll   BUCl    claims ...ill.I
Imvr been re put i    tbe owners
mi tlie SOth oi.lnri., 19 ■ r with
tlie tuxes winch have accrued since the
isi sale, the cosl ol advertising tor
n aders, and Crw« n ' Irant fee,
Claim l.oi Mo. Unset price
v onsolidatud Virginia 891.    -t ■ •
•.'II, 3993       10 i>
Speculator 3994      44.00
Bitch tender must bo accompanied by
n certified cheque tot the lull amount
thereof, payable at par si Kaslo, in
iiiMir of the unileisigiieil. The cheques
ni ail unsnccessiul tenderers will be Im-
mediately returned,
E. E, CHIPA1 \n,
lloveriiii.i'iit Agent, Kuslu, I.,c,
Ferguson Briefs. jLocal
An.lv Rankine, an old-time
resident and business men ol Ferguson, left for Midway on Wedi es*
dav, where ho w ill open up i .
nets in the drug line. We are
son v lo lose Andy from ll
iiict but wish i.iu. ail bui i ess in
ins io'i\ yontun •
Mimnge
Mrs. A.J. Gordon has accepted
the   pOBition   of   school   teacher in
!'. rguson for the coming year.
McKinnon & Sutherland have
been 1'0-y taking stock durii^ the
past week.
OF [NTBRE3T TO ITIOSK
WATCHING THE PROGRESS
AND DEVELOPMENT OP
THK RICHEST MINERAL
SECTION Ol TIIK PROVINCE
N Local or.d General, m
wtWM0!iriM6fi^
Our genial   Gold  Commissioner
by   hi-   frequent   visits to Trout
Lake is e\ idiiice that there is some
truth in the rumor about tbero
being Bome attraction at Trout
Lake other than his ollicial duties.
Steve and Mrs. Slinger an> away
on a visit to East Kootenay points.
The Skating Rink is being very
ably conducted by manager Jim
Mesley, and flattering remarks an
heard on all sides as to lhe r-ualit'
of the ice.   The hockey  ho -     ri
practising    faithfully    for    the
fortliconiing,eni.agenient- ai rl il i
expected they will be in fini I tl
for their first match with ill   Lak
bojs.    We  should   be   |     I
learn that the la.lien bad ti."_*'in t
practise,  because   thi re
handsome  trophy  at  the   l!< vi
office   to   be  competed  f r   at  ui
earlv date.
Snndv   Laughton   is  serionslj
thinking of training Ihe  hocke*
team for the Stanley Cup. It is
not generally known that Sandy
Mas trainer to the celebrated
Queen's Park Rangers F.C.* when
they were won the Scottish league.
Siuuly thinks it. present system
..f training team., is all v,r. ng, and
he'll wng. i any part ol Wl
train a i   i '■ •      bs zgis and
mush to beat  iwici
. n anv .. het o d diet.
An application has been ■ ut into ibe Uovernmeni for an appro-
on for building the wagon
rood up ihe North Fork to Circli
City II made, the appropriation
will be conditional on those companies   interested   in  putting up
bait of till  ■    -
•   receiving lots
of (.raise for tbo admirable way in
which  the post  office matters arc
.• administered.
Dr. and Mrs. Robins, n and Mrs.
A. Cummins were Trout Lake visi*
■ iuiiug the week.
Jno. Morion, ol the Bia Tu inel
y hauling air pi| e from thc
Lake Ior use in lhe min
The Hig Tuni.ei 0]. ration, were
resumed last weak with a full force
of men. Good progress is being
made, but there is nothing new to
report.
Daney's teams are kept busy
handling thc Silver Cup ore from
the ;i-Milc terminal. The tiam to
5-Mile is now in operation, and all
«'i; ; !:"s ".ill for the rest of the
vi it' r I e handled from that point.
Kian' Lebeau has the contract
Vi   cirtiny  wood  at the  9-Mile
point.
O|ieret.ions at tbe Broadview
.er.- rlac ed tip during thc holi-
ihv-. ... ly enough work being
lone i■• kern the trail open. "\\..rU
■   - reHiuiied this week.     Another
!• . • ere if being brought down.
In a biter In.in Thos. K. Khrehart, nianiiger of the Chestnut Hill
Mining Co.. he state- lhat he will
return 1st ol May. when operations
will be lesumed on the Lucky Boy.
Jndge Miller writes us stating
that Guinea Gold affairs are being
put into shape and work will le
• .riy in the spring. This
property has an i xcellent ore l«>rlv
ixpoeed for a distance of 86 feet in
the upper drift. A test shipment
sent to Trail gave values of $104.20
p r ton.
Tie suits of Atbo and Cowing
v--. B!ockberger re some valuable
mineral claims in the Fish creek
country, have been decided by
Judge Forin, and judgment for
Atbo and Gowing given with
P. C. Elliott acted Ior the successful men.
11.     Qiegerich,    the    merchant
prince   of   the   Slocan—who   has
been  visiting us for the first time
I - expressed   himself  as being sur-
|.rir-ed at the completeness of our
mercantile institutions.    In an in-
terview with tbe Review on the extension of the railway, he said that
lie would do  all   he could to assist
us   in   any   and   every  way, and
thought we were taking the right
steps  relative to the extension of
the  A.  &  K. charter.:   The road
through  here  would, he said, not
only benefit the Lardeau, but would
i. aerially assist  the development
of the Slocan.
E  Shannon  moved tbis week to
Troul Lake, where he hai
tbe   position ol   principal of thi
schools there.
Lake ' ocals.
Mr-.. J. Johnson has been laid
up lor ths past wei
One ol the candidates lor the
-• hool trusteeship had no • thi r
qualification than a " hot air "
ticket. We ar.- , !• ased to roj url
lu- ignominious dcloat.
Lev. Scot! has complete'y re
covered from his recent Illness
thanks lo the attention ol N
Nauiflnrg.
Ed. Vipond has had the snow
plow out Ibis w.ek clearing u right
ol way through the " beautiful,"
for which- many thanks.
The curling club had   their lirst
practise for ths season  on Thurs*
day n.ght.
Ja?. A. (.ritlitl'. came in fiom the
Boundary country on Wednesday
nighl to   l""k   after his -.-v. ral in*
- here. Mr. Griffith has his
headquarters at Midway, which
place is the centre of a number ..i
lines of rail wav construction.
■ahere  about   2000  men   are  em*
1, The Midway ami Vernon
Branch, the C.P.R. from Penctic*
ton i" >i" nc 's Btidge, and Great
Northern from Koremous to
Princeton, thence west, opens up a
country rich in minerals and ranch
lands    11    also rei oris the meet-
I ;i number ol Lardeau people,
.:   whom   w.re     .lack   Scott.
N. .umi Taylor, Ti d Saunders,
l'r Newcombe, Charlie liamlall
and Tom Eldridge, all ol whom
are doing well, but anxious logel
back to Tr. ul I ake. Mr. Crillitl
announced himsell pleased at the
action of the I r.ides Committee, of
which he is a past president, along
nu ol obstructing th • renewal
of the A. A K. charter.   The bene-
. the districl were, he said, in
calculable, by bringing us into
dirccl couimunicaMon with the
i oast, and thai tho C.P.R instead
of having a losing proposition as
Ihey have now would have a pieci
.,f road which   would   pay them
largely in a \. iy shoit time
The  Amateur Dramatic Societ*
met  on   We.In.-.day   evening   and
decided   to  stage   I ivo fares at an
early date.
.1. W. Westfall, who has been a
patient iu the Koot. nay Lake gen*
eral hospital for over a month, is
making progress towards recovery
hut v«ry slowly.
ELECTION OF TRUSTEES FOR
SCHOOL.
The first meeting under the upw
Acl  was hold at the Bchooihoum
on Thursday morning    The meet*
. war very we 1 attended, and
keen interest was taken in the pro-
ceding-. .1. J. Atherton was elected chairman and F. T. Abey secretary. A. N. Vars was elected
auditor. The financial statement
ior the previous year was read and
J pted. The action of the retir-
ii'i* trustees in engaging the ser-
- of S. Shannon, B.A. and also
estimating for ensuing year was
ei dorsed.
Nominations for three trustees
were as follows: H. Mcl'berson,
O. W. Abrahamson, J. C. Murray,
E L. Masterson ami A. Abra-
hamson. All of the nominees
standing pat a poll was demanded,
the Recording office being utilized
as a polling booth for the occasion.
Dodgers and posters were out almost immediately niter the meeting extolling the virtues of the
candidal* 8, and before the citizens
realised it ihey we;.' in the heat of
a red hot election.
It was good to see the interest
ihe ratepayers took in the election,
ss partisans of the candidates wera
speeding voters to the poll in,
cutters from every direction :
Tho poll was declared at 5 o .look
and tbe elected candidates were ua
I llo.ts:
0. W. Abrahamson . . 37
K. I. Masterson . . . 38
II. McPherson ....     32
FIN AT Till: RINK.
The masquerade   carnival  was
the means of bringing  a  largo in-
tlux  of visitors to the town from
surrounding     points. Manager
Mills had thc ice fn really superb
shape, and the gay throng which
flitted hither and thither in graceful gyrations to exipiisitc melody
from the Turk band were lavish in
their praise. The impersonations
were most original, but Jack Rady
as "His Satanic Majesty " caught
the judge's rye. his antics and
make-up coinciding with the generally accepted brain-engraving of
the evil .me. Mabel Burrell as a
"Gipsy Queen" secured the ladies'
prize, with Alma Thomas as "Britannia " a close rival. Special
mention must also be made ol " A
Chinese Mandarin " (H. Christie),
Tired Hank " (F Schults), "The
ened  with   i   good  Divine Sarah"  (W. Burrell)   and,
attendance on Monday last. If McLean, 'Uncle Sam."
The representative
ol the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for $2
per an. in advance.
~
NO. _;;.
al and General.     M
rethcivey, who has held
of Btaliou agent hero
lepr-rture of P. T. Abey,
'ed'nesday for Nelson,
relieved by H.J. Hicks.
be noticed that this issue
it larger (ban our usual
hope  our patrons will
iange, which will be the
paper in future.
ill smiles—is not in it
or Mobbs,of Gerard, these
ith tho mill moving to
I the Lcnnoxville Hotel
;ht in it—fairly in it.
ouble in Zioncity. Dowio-
;he bounce  and general
'.liva has got his job.
	
ek IV. wa. successfully
ist Saturday on Trout
liter Phelan.
las   got   in   this week
vegetable and garden
owering   bulbs,    clover,
and Garden City lawn.
•ehdeacon Beer, of Kaslo,
services in the Anglican-
st Sunday. The services
il and some exceedingly
c was rendered.
■
Ivard Crosby gave a lec-
• Methodist church last
night entitled "Among
•rn B. <J. Indians." The
» illustrated by lantern
»lhere was a very poor
tf. The rev. gentleman
iucted services in the
jchurch on Sunday.
	
io have books from the
earnestly requested torn without delay.
les Committco will meet
r night at 8 o'clock.     A
ance is requested.
j. Masterson, Secretary.
rry, of the Silver Cup,
'ednesday's ooat for a
lay trip.
Parker,    inspector    of
(ml measures, is around
ual inspection trip.
evesquc is leaving short-
easure trip through the
t provinces.
our eye on the Lardeau.
mining deals  aro pend*
t the Provincial Homo
Iting, the Nelson News!
t the columns of politi-
;o which was nauseous to I
el-headed reader, and is 1
g us news—and that in al
manner.
linger and Joe Hawkins!
n for a day's fishing this!
Tiey secured some nice-J
hon.
rns has returned Irom
rip to the coast cities.
Evans   lias   secured
ise for his hotel at Bcatonl
memberr.  have been cnl
ill thc grand opening tool
Saturday.    We wi*«h thi
success,
Ison began his assessmenl
the Aurora at  8-Mile thi
the Aurora a
Jb_
MM
      ,
■'...
io  26th   i11st. the Ladief
I give a basket Ball.
I operations   continue
;cr   grounds.   A clean-
nude in a few days.
ry successful dance w
.tin: Alexandria hall, V
ist Monday night.
the  appearance of sprij
; snow roads breaking, tr<
,.g u not all honey these daf Job Printing of every description wall be faithfuily executed at the Review Job Dept.
i M  »o*-*»oo<-i
Ferguson
Freighting
and
Packing
Outfit.
"**5
>m
Cii ii inetf t nli ied inln for pnckln
lu un>■ | niul iri li.e ill.tti. 1.
ten.ii, prompt service, and nuy work undertaken uur. cm   i
S.it.M:'.. im V.
S. DANEY, Prop.     Ferguson
,V_.  Abrahamson
i
Contractor
And Builder,
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Towns.te.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Head Office:
ONTO.   ONTARIO.
43et a
pot    /oursill
j"Do>"'t Pay Rent.
Easy Terms.
0. B .. WILKIE, P.L.J
Provincial Land Burvoyi r,
Mineral Claims Surveyed
and Crown (Irants Obtained
rt,wl I.'...'.'   »e»l K.-.'oni.l.m.-*,
Tronl l.ulit. II i
WOOD     VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO- l"D-
Hardware,  Miners'  Bt<   plies,  Btovel
end Ranges.
IMEl-BorM,  B.C.
Mil  Cl
Tenders Ior Mil ml urfeited
lo lhe • 'i.>i n
Tinder* will  U' re-eived by the un-
denlunetl up !.. 12 . "... en
i I January, 1000
,n..in nil claimi, which mi « foi leiie.l tn
i e i r..« a a: the I in t*«le held in ibe
iievciiiineiit uffiee .0 K .-!■■. I-i , ..ii tl..
Til. .iuy ni N. i.-.i.l.e.. i' i l
in !>• t luaithtretl, ;il lenders in ml he.
at least, equal to tha niieel price ei
given below, which leqnlvalenl to the
mil..nut fur hI.'ci. inch claims conld
have been repuri i an .1 bj the owner oi
nwnorann tl.e 80th of jine. 100*1,10
j_rtli<-r with the lexci which bavi m
i-rin .I fince ilu- tux tale, Ibe poet ol ml
.ci1. ng foi . .. I Crown '.'r..i t
fee
Nan e nl claim      Lot No.      I | »»l price
l.irl.  Montana       281 ... |77
I'olriki 48.70
Bach lendnr nasi be accompanied bj
i certified eheaue In the fall amonnl
then of, i lyable ..i pei nl K. -
lan.r ol the undersigned, Thecheqnnr.
nl i.II in -in it *-inl tenderer! nill he Im-
ii.i liai.lv returned
E. P.CHII'M
(.lovernn
Kaei... U. C.
H. N. Coursier
REVELSTOKE, It. C
Capital Authorized, 14,000,000
Capital [paid up] -   3.500.000
Rest   -      -      -    3,1500,000
".ranchec in the Northwest Territories, Provl i   a of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario and Que hoc,
T. R, MERRITT, President. I> R. VVII.KIB, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Man.
!'.. ITAY, Assistant Hen. Manager.      W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
Traui     l.«kc,    B.    C. l!r»nch-A    Oentril    llinkln*    Puilri-u    Tr«n.««cled
Savings ['opartraont—Deposits received and Interest allowed.
Dro.ruHold uvilUM*. In nil |mrlii ..rriiiintln.
i ni'. a siait-s an.l Europe,
apeolal ntu>nUon*glvan lo oollecttonn and
Mlnins I't .i.:r.
T. li. BAKER,
Hanagcr
Dies
ALEX.  OBAWFOBD
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray St.
Si d He, Tack and Cartage Horso* Always fur Hire
freighting. Packing and
Teami'ig a Specialty
»< » M M t
Dai)*, stage leaves  Beaton at 18 o'clock lor Tronl lake Fergnson and Camborne
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Lake for Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch .tables at Trout Luke. Beaton, Fer_Oimn and Cambori e
l.e5:g-ai_
. R K I) C. E LL loTT.
lUl.IUSTEH, SOTAUY
PUliLIO, ETC.,
Trmit I.ake, 15. ('.      ami Ferguson,
ii s. MeCarter, ■!   A. Harvey
A. M, I'INUII.VM.
HARVEY McCARTER & PiNKHHAM
80UOITOR8, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   B. C
•S'.iil.'lt.irs Inr Imperial Urn.k nl I'b.iu.I...
0
!  I
ll
More'
a
Ji
\V. 1. UR1UGS        J. Mi SCOTT, u. B.
Scott &. Briggs
Ban Istera nnd Solicitors
Bolicitora lor Molson's Bank.
REVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
«,   *>i%r$i   '•"_•*";, •
•...'.'        '•-.  '■'■■■.is
RESERVE,
RIGHT OF WAY   FOR   RAILWAYS
ETC.
Notice is hereby given thai all Crown
lands along the located lines >f any rail
wav, power, or tramway company, incorporated iiinler Authority ol the
legislature ol thin Province, nnd having a width ol fifty (50) leetoneacb
lidool enid liner-, are reserved lorrighl
■ if way purposes for Mid. railway, powei
in traniwav coinii.mv.
VV. 9. GORE,
hci uiv Com. ot Landa and Works
Lands .v. Works Dept.
Victoria B.C., 3rd Oct., 1906.
1LJ
PROPRIETARY
MK D III INKS
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
Hi
School Supplies,
Toilet Articles,
Etc
STRICTLY CASH
A FULL LINE OF CHOICE STATIONERY.
L
Ij-i    .,,,'l.n'.       ,:i       :.. '■ '•'-.¥ __  £.-__ £_   £**!_
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT  LAKE,  B.C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Heaiprten. for liiiiiE sM Court!
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIR9T CLASS
D. R. MclENNAN,  PROP
TEe Lardeau Brewing
 Comp my	
I
B_
TROUT   LAKE   LODGE    I. O.O.F
NO. il
_fc.-X3lfc_     _ It, .i.lli.  lie . tic- li.'lit ll.
\> f.'-V , >/*     "■! in ii ■■••-   Hr.ll   ever*
MH  ***»?•_____ I  "     lit.   ..ir'l.l   hi    B
VfV_»_***..    o'clock     /lulling broth-
^^■SCx***--' ..-  ni..:;. ..■'
ii. Jacobioi , n. .!.
\. vv. Edge, RAI   tfi«
TUSCAN    LODGE,
Nfo89.
8
1
f       A F   & A.M. B
.    3rd   TliurHdar eacli    \H
lllnlitll.
Visitors Welcome
(i   FonWred.Sec. H. McPheraon.W.M.
La^er Beer
and Porter.
scs-'
i
i
ia^e_8EG_«^.iSa__5B_5BSBfSaBBB!3
Draft (Ei. Bottled.
_
_
i
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F 1 K S     INHU R ANC1
Los *- k s   PAIO   I' ROM PTL*i
Write  fur   Rati
Starhc? & Co.
WHOLESALE DBA! BBS [a Butter,
F'vks,   Cheeje,    Produce   and   Frub
Houston Ilk..I nephu.r St. N. I'fiii.ll ('
Revelstoke Assessment
District.
Take Nol ice that I i-hall bold !•
I'ourt ol Revision ami Appeal
under the " AHemni nl Ai t, 1903,'
Inr the Hi velftokc AueMtnenl l»i-
trict, on Monday, tho 27th da) ol
November, 1908, at the hour <>i ll
o'clock in the forenoon, at tli
Court Ilori-e, Revelttoke
Dated al  R< »el*tokc thii 23i
day ol October, 1908
C. M. FlKI.Ii
Judge ol the  I ourt   nf  Rl i
ami   Appeal,   Rerelstoke   A   ■
ment District ol VVi l I    ■■ may,
The B C. ASSAY and (II T1ICAI
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
VaMi.IVKH.   B, C.
Ileaduuarters Mrf Assayers, Mlnins si>d
Mill tMipphee,    Bole a. oon in It. c. to'
Morvan llruclble C. , Battersea Eng
land; t, \V. Ilrann ,* I'n'r PatentCftry
Furnaree, Burners, etc. i   Wm, Ain *
^rortli A C...V Km.. Ralsnces, ele,, ele
OK       *
I Barber Shop
— Full A	
(lood Shave or Hair Cut
— I'M.I. I.N      -
I William Schnell,
rsaeuaoN.
L      Hot and Cold Baths
A  -niii,-aiil.      ....        Au.lllitr.
J.C MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE.B. C.
Outrnie cotnpanys' Interests earefull)
looked niter.
Arri.l f..r (lourti.V* I'rnno»
Impariai        1
Barber Shop. $
I ..r Qood Ilii real ting and
Shaving k'> I .
G. A. CHEESEMAN
T. HIT I.VKKI ITY
FLOUR=
FLOUR
Hci. cn«l   Cold  Baths.
T **•*-.. >,*-■■.
■  .U..V
-•. •---- a-)»**r;:*r"*s
-;...   ^«U_ri«i-.'t
Raymond Flour
3.50 per 1001b.
NOTICE.
During the   Winter   Months our Store wiil
be open   from   8  a.m.   to   7   p.m.,  except
Saturdays and niqhts preceding  holidays
G.fM
Trout Lake
*.**«_ -vats'...;. _#■
FLOURS
■^FLOUR
V.M. Westfall & Co.
MIiiiiik llmKiT*.
MI.-I.ilt I'r*    ' r ■ iO fl Otl,
nn.l I'rwpi ■ li Ho   -ei end iniii.
Mlemk'IV'.;-'ilit'i. i.t«..oi! .MIirfufNoi   I.
I.*l-.li».il    I..'.['I'
ll.     .ellii. lllrli-l-
'I'ront La
— LAKEVSEW HOTEL
* assaying =
TROUT LAKK   f.0.
Gold or Silver. ..
Gold an.I Silver.
*-ilv t and Lead
Copper    	
/.nc   	
.tl r,n
$2 no
50
1 00
I] 60
Bar well Supplied with Liquors &. Cigars
Large Coml rtabl ■■ •     Kxcellent Cuisine and Attendance,
5   SHANNON, \ssnyer
P_HQU50N
BC Madden & Levesque
Props
P.Burns&Co
WHOLESALE   AM'   in i \n
Meai
Merchants
Dcah «'i    I Mi        ... i, Ui i.i
ll.olIT LAKE, i'.<
F. B. Wells,
RBVRLSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH   PR.ICB5   PAH) - .
** \ I*
•       ; *
THE LAPvM.AU MINING
REVIEW.
I» l'rlulcil nl Trout 1 .tike I'll y, nun 1'iilillnlie.l
Kt Verauaou nnd Trout Uaku every Tiiuraday
Trie k iu.nr .i.i,'s nol .mi.i  lilmm.lt re*.*»nn>
■llilo for 11... i|.o»li.nr. i.f corn sr.iiiil.'.ilr- ex*
in.-..i-i. in us oolumui
All I".', .u will lie charged »i thprato of Ifi
r.riiu pciln.', firal insi'iiuiti, umi LU'o6uu.p*ji
11 in- en'.i. subsequent Insertion.
Term* for Tranatani mid other ftlvertlHliig
■Tin he nn..1.' i,'i..wn on application ni ofllce
>ijlis -nnil,ni W.OOn vear. ... ndvauce,
The departtrn nt ui Lands and
Works, says the Economist, ii probably the most ini} o taut one in
the Government, The man selected for the head ol this department
\\jn Hon. Robert Green, of Kaslo
Mr. Green was known throughout
the Province as a successful business man, one who by bis long . x-
perienoe in butiness was eminently
fitted for the office of I.n ndi and
Works. When he took office it
was hot n state se.'re' that the
affairs i f thi- department v.ire in
ft wretclie 1 state of confusion.      It
was impossible to  secure  reliable
information   from   the  clerks, and
the   public  generally formed con
Unions    that    were
Urout Xahc
Mater
Supply 00.
Xtb.
®
By using Water supplied  by lb
Company yu are asiured of absolute purity.   Government Aualyi i
to hack up statements, ::::::   :
Hugh McPherson - - Supt.
Notice.
Notice ii lierebv Riven thatSOdaya
nfter .late, l Intend to apply to the Hon.
Chief Commissioner ol Landa and
Works for a special license to out and
carry away timber from the following
described lands, situated In Wesl Kootenay district.
1 i-'iin a poal planted at Reldon Daney's
north-weal corner poal marked P. .1.
IVvine's north east corner poat, thence
wesl SO chains, thence   (Olltll SO chains.
th,Mice east sn chains, thence north 80
chains, to point ..( coinmenceirieiit.
P.J, DKVINE.
Trout Lako, B.C., Nov, is. 1900.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thai
nfter date I intend to apply to i: .■ Chief
i inniiiiissioner of Lands and Works for
a special licence to cut an.l can' away
timber from the following de Ibed
lun.la Situated in Wuat Koote.l.u liis
tiict.
I'leiii a post planted on ll nrtb eatl
not   to   the 'tdeol Lardeau creek aboul ;l., mile easl
from Halfway creek and marked 8eldon
credit  of  the  department.      This  Daney's north-west corner post, running
east 80 chains, thence Bouth 80chains,
thence wesl 80 chains, thtyice north 80
chains ... point of pommenci m ml.
was the condition of affairs when
Mr. Green t. ok charge, and it it
to his own credit, and the credit of
tbe Government and the constituency he represents, that tbe
Department of Lands and Works
is now conducted in a main c: to
win the commendation of the
general public.
Tbe Nelson News is to be congratulated on the very comprehensive write-up i.n the mining industry of the Kootenays. Its large
circulation will make it undoubtedly one of the best advertisements
SEI.DON DANEY.
Trout I ake. B.C.. Nov. 18. 1005.
CERTIFICATE OF TIIK BEG1
TION OF AN EXTRA-PROVIN-
CIAL COMPANY.
" Ci "r.isiKs Act, 1897.
R. W. EDGE
Painter *—
Decorator.
TROUT    LAKH
B.C.
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc    All work
Guaranteed.
.lOfS
I Trent Late, B.C
hereby certify that the " Chestnut
Hill Mining Company," "Non-Personal
Liability " has. this day been registered I
as an Ent'a-Provincial Company u
:i.e " Companies Act, 1 87," to cai
oul or effect all or any ,.f the i !
th* Company to which the legislative
authorit) .>f the Legislature oi British
Columbia extends.
The heed office ol i ha Co*nnan*   *
the  interior  of  the  province   has I situate  at   No.   SOI   Quinn-Sharpiesa
had.   Brother  Deane  is an ener- «";''"•■?•. •  J ',: BH_TV ,Vw.-tl,'7 ?*
rtiihi.U'lpliia in tin* county of Pbiladel-
getic news man,  and the people of | phia and State ol I'ennayh i
Nelson,  in   fact,   the   whole Koot-1    The amoontof.the capital of the Com
AH the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at " The
Review."
M*
......
Smokers' supplies In
great variety.
enttys ought to feel proud oi him.
pany is two hundred thousand dollars,
aivided  Into  tn..  hundred   thousand
shares of one ihiliai' each.
liie  head office o( the Company iu
The events of  the vear that |,;ls! il';s Province is iituate at the town ol
Irout I.ake, aiui 1 lmniaa 1.. Ehrehart,
Mine Manager, whose i.ihlr#i« is tha
name, ie the attorney for the Company,
Nol empowered to issue and transfer
stock.
The Company ia specially limite.l
under section 5l!of tie* saiil  v. •
The Ume n{ the existence of the company is fifty veins Irom the 28th dav ol
July, 1904.
Given nnder my ha.al  and Real ol
office at  Victoria   Provini i of British
C       il ia, this 2sih Mrv ,,( October, one
thousand nine 1 undred and I
[L.B. >. V. WOOTON,
I i giatrar otJoint .-■ sk C   ...
The objects for which this i. •.,; _nj n
eatabliebed and regialored are:
T>. purchase or otherwise acquire,
own. lease, occupy, us
■
lead ur othei mi
To mine, ..r otherwise t'. extractor
go 'I.    sik-r,   CO'tpei , iniii   nr
nth r  mil,pi . >
I 1 a'., aell. or otherwise to .leal <>i
traif;     in gold,  iil*cr, copper, lead  "r
!
■ i.i! .
just cloned have hardly supported
tbe proverbial statement that the
mills of the gods grind s'owly. In
looking over the record o -. ■ can:., t
escape the irresistible conclusion
than in 1905, at least, tin i |*roi
swift iy as well as exceeding line
And if the immediate past is to be
regarded as an earnest of the
future, we must further conclude
tbat line grinding will continue lo
be popular in other lines than
metallurgy. The swift retribution
thit h s overtaken criminals in
high plac s and the sentiment that
ha constantly crystallized against
fraud or graft are most fortunate
Bigns of the times.
During   the   year   two   !'  iti
States senators have been convi  '   rl
of crime ; hankers have not fl
We H. Jones,
Loose
Printing.
leal    Binder*,    Fine.   Job
NELSON, B. C.
4Al*
General
Merchants,
Trout Lake
[or sompany in penitentiari -      - . ELLATI0N OF RESERV1
spectable  land  grabbers I. 	
the heavy  band   of   the law
the shadow of suspicion b is  (alien  f_l
li
upon hundred-  wb -'■  guill i
I Ol. t-.e- ei i'i.' iii.,    ■ ' and exit
Trout   lake   City  Transfer
and Stage Line.
8
Ferguson
TroutLake
\4\ Dcily Stage will
leave Ferguson £
7 a.m.
Trout Lake at 6
1
i
Beaton
WMWMS&fifitfiAW ■.
_JL
WOOD   YARD
in connection.
r%ttf4ttt$$rJt$t$ffl@Ct$#$t$ry
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crawford
NOW
-..^MtfMM__i______ri<MM
5
is the utne fir 7011 ta
to Boy Lota. Never were
the Pruapeota of Ferguson
e>> luiohi.
The   Town   of   FERGUSON
hi* one of   the   Greataat
S Producing L'HinpH in the
World.    Thu   high   degree of
H •   • ■ eaa     achieved     hy      the
•'i mei one   WEALTH*    and
9 PRACTICAL BRITISH nnd
a* M 1; RICAN MININO
COMPANIES now nDeratiog
there is a tribute to the
tram* udoui w.-iiiih of the bills
IllJL__J_JJV_J
not be proved.    In a   : 1 tbe
story is  nn  old   one and m
* Ni.tl.-e 1-. ills',  _( , ,r| .,r llll*
repetition, leu it is also - ■■ r:' •*_"!
' III.   H I   .    ' ..,/..-lit- rtl 'I   ,1 .',"I   .'.!:
that   it   is   on   the   Hm uf a
1 1 ■ he in,..ii.
everyone.    'I ruth  has fi.        1 1 ' "V 1* '*.'  ..-.:. ■
' • Inn 1 • ■..   .1 III*  KlU
been   stranger   than   fiction,   and   * <"■< »> theKitiinai Valley, .11 i*m
n 11 llee in n nt.rl li  ■  11II1 '
during the past year haB undoubt- "' kiiumi  itlver. and thai i.mwii ian<_
0 * ripen to Mie, pre-emption u".l
idlv hecn more  interesting      Thc ' "'■'■'' "'"' lofth*
J •  • ■ 1, and aftc  11.■■ nlglith -ti.  daj nf
mining industry haB nol b        will • i*ln**«: I'm Idcd Dial
. nol iii 1111 luded in
out salutary examples of coi vi. '."I ■»acquired.
... 1   ..    ., W. s. QORi
charlatans,   and   if   the   1 ,   rofUnda4Worka,
prosecutions   and    inveBtigations ,"*'" ...-V/..1 ,„-,.
continue, the Coming year will add
integrity  to  prosperity nnd 1 I
mining on a  more respectable and   .
,    •  .,      ■. ,        , ^   . ST y=u want to sell
firmer basis than it has yet expor-   «    J f"   you want to ;-.rJY
ienced. ,, ,   ,
(. orrespond with the
A gentleman visitor from a near
by town this week said that in
comparison with his town Trout
Lake was red b it.
NOTICE.
The ordinary annual general
meeting ol lhe <' d <., Id Quartz
nnd Placer Mining Company, l.i.l ,
Liab., will be held at tin offlco of
.tin' Company, Trout Lake B.C.,
on Friday. '2nd day oi February,
1906, at 0 ..'clock, p in., for the pur- ,
pose ..f .'ledin;; directors for the
ensuing year and such other business as may properly conn, before
the meeting Books n iii be closed
for transfers from Jan 21st, 1906,
Until after the mi .tine.
M. !•'. CHESTNU I.
Dated at Trout   Lake. B.C., 2nd
January, 1608.
v-
u Mines
Exchange.
We have several 1 ir>.,.i 1 roper-
1 ■   Hated on v. hieli (iou.1 lei ma
can be had,
Lardeau Mi._s Exchange,
" Review " Building.
Trout I.ake. ll.C.
1
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Style and
Grace in
Rubber
Footwear
M'plfl   Leaf City  Rubbers
all made over foot-form lasts
follow  oxtt. lly the new
shoe ni'dels.
They are tbo acme 1 f perfection   in    ityli ii    Rubber
Fool wear.
Lad: is ' v ■ d ler to
show you the new " Cn ve "
and '' M.'llia " del i_'in viilli
Cuban Heels, ..r the new
" LU; '' and " Rose" models
for French lie I
They    are    jUSt    t   bit more
(.'ia. 1 ful an 1 ' inn. .• than any*
ihinn you have ye!    - n
Celebrated  l.randa  ol    Ham,  Bacon
and Bggi,
NEL. SO IN.       -        -        B. C
J. Leckle Co. Ld
Bolllnl Am.nl*. N anvouvi r. B.O,
Lennoxville
-c*-Hotel.
E. MOBBS. PROP-
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
OERARD
The BEST Always!
in pine 8hoe8 !
minim; shoes 1
bh0e i'acksi
RUBBERS am.
OVERBHOI BI
GERMAN  SOCKS I
!■< what '■"" ' ''»* n t
wiin r.,       • Ion • IS igei   1 In " ■     1 Ine mi)--
III     t   III I I If IVH.V "I I' ■.  1  t. Hr   In i-M. I iiii ll *.. "I
drop h lim-.
•f*1
USON
Public School, Hospital, and
other Institutions, ESxoellent
Waterworki syatam. Bireeta,
Btores hh.i Realdences iiln-
niun.l by Electricity. IiHiiy
mail MrviOfl. The lownsiie
'■ n-iiHiitfl.ly laid out     (Sot in
NOW on  the ground   floor.
Lot-   can   now   i.e   purchased
w
FROft
$75
UP.
•e*
TOWNS I TE AGENT
9 HENRY FLOYD I
RBVELSTOKB, B. C. M
i_UBni_ aiiBasBi n
c?*oo« -T-vcj-o-t; t"MCH«-*s tx-xt&xs* DDOCI
■rt
...   *_bc l.otcl :«3eaton   ...
II MiL SHOE STOBB
R
Nelaon, It. C.
ANDREW   A
CO.
\\;0) orders carefully and  promptly
attended to.   Agent for Slater and Net*
lleloii Sh..e«
A. II. M1YI.AND,
I'ltOV IS.'IAI, I IM. MIIRVRVOB
Uinaral ' llaima .-'nrveyed
rOpLAU, KAoLO.
BEA ION.* B.C.
VISITORS anii ing nt Beaton "the threshold nf the I.ardrHii)
ma Arrowhead, will find ibis Hotel to be fully equipped
f.n- l.t -l.-.l.is!" trade.   Bxcellenl accommodation,    A wall
■paciniii dining hall.    The hoi of WHiel,8plrlts
1 il iiupervTiion li given to the requirements ol
\i Iton to the Lardeau ean rely on comfort at this hotel.
W. E0YD -:-  -:- Prop
ve _. _*-CHlV ^* «»«K» «v _♦ 0*0
u
. .     '    .' C"'V m
s
•
PERGUSON HOTEL
^*95WP5^
The note.l home (or travellers viiiting
Ferguson, li.t!.
A well stocked liar ol the choicest Llqoars, Wines, etc.
McDonnell At !3l«ok
Prnprletore.
f
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1
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■:••:•
Legal Notices.
ciaTincATica op imphovicmknt.
NOTICK.
(iolden Cheit No. 3., Golden i bast No,
2 Fraction, ami I.i.In. mineral claimi
iltuate in lhe Trout Lake Mining I>ivi-
lion nl Weit Kootenay district,
Where located: One and one hall
milea south-west from the town of
Poplar, 11. 0.
Take notice that I, John Keen, free
miner's certificate'Wo. B83.S33, intenil
ilxly days alter .lale hereof, lo apply t<>
the Mining Kecor.ler lor Certificates ol
Improvement*, lor the purpose Of obtain*
inn orown Kr*!''" "' 'he above olalmi.
And lurtner take notice that lotion
notler lection S7 must he commenced
belore the iuuance .>( •uch certificatS "I
lmproTeniend. Datadthts Slst dtv ol
October, A. D., l»Of>
NovSM JOHH KEEN
NOTICE.
Blirk I'la-ii"!  I mineral  claim,  iituate
tu  the Trout Lake Mining division uf
West Kootenay district.
Where loeate.l; On divide between
tUeiouth fork ol the South Pork of the
Lariieau riter an.l li,mania creek, about
two milei northerly fr..m tho American
mine.
Take Notice that I, 0. It. N. Wilkie
acting ai incut tor U.e Bnattle-Oregon
Mining Co., F.M.C. No. B83195, in-
i.i. I, sixty dayi from tbe data hereof,
toapply lo the Mining Recorder for a
Ceiutirete of Improvements, for the
purpose ol obtaining a Orown Grant ol
the above claim.
An.l further take  notice  tbat  action.
.m.ler lection 37.  mint be commenced
store the Issuance ol such Certificate
ol [mprovements,
Dated    this   6lh   .lay  of <"'ct.,   an.
ii',
oct6. ;u. It. N   WII.KIK.
NOTICK.
Black Ilium..nil Mineral Clair . iltuate
in the Trout Lake  Mitiiuu Diviiion ol
j Weil Ko.itenay District. Where located
lli. ■ half mile north of 11 in kins Break
Take  Notice  that I,   11. Mei li irsoi
ikciii  for the  Seattle-Oregon   Mining
c..., free Miners' Certificate. Ni».lW8l»fi
inten.l    eiity    .lays    from     the   < i _'.».
hereol ta apply to ths Mining I ■■■
for a Certilicate of   Improvi la   loi
th- purpose ot obtaining a Gro* ii umii
nf lhe ahnve claimi
Anil further take notice thi' action
under section '.il must be commenced
before the issuance ol such Ctriificaio
of I mprovements.
Dated this 23rd day Sept. ».o   1906.
■ept 21
NOTICI
Brirr Fox. inln»r»l ri»lin, iltuau. In t *
rrout  base  Mining lllvllln.l  ul  W.ltkO   i.
§r._v atatrlet,
Wbireloealea 1 .l.innnanaa ir««c, »' .ut
i.i.f mil- luillli-.il 'rnr. mart LHauiullU
inli.i-r.l claim
T»ke nolle. Iliat 1,0 B.N. Willi-. n»m I ■■
I'.'.r Me.Velgl tree miner'i eirtlflcati .*■■■
-.te.i.l, ilsty lay* from tbi Cats ..-.
..f, t , apply to tbi Mining IO- - ir.'.'l  '   r ■ i -r
tlfleateol ImproveuianU, fir tbepurj   leol
t.iiuiiil.ig a Crown .ir_nt of Ibsaboii  olaim
A.ei f.oiii-r take iiniii'- tbat action, under
■eellun (7, muit be  imenoed before tin u-
■ ii.i col •   rh i -nrr.i-i.i- ..f ImprovemenU.
ln.l-1 llil« Mn .lay ..I October, A.l).. l*Jfi.
NOTICE,
nt• Louii mineral otalm,   iliuaU in   the
.rout un. Mining Ulvlilnu o,' V. eit K,..it-
enay tlit.it u t.
Whir-, loeatodi—On (Jalena cro«g, abont
two iiiiiua from circli. u>
Take notloe that I, o.B.N, wiikIb, itrm for
Kpnralm (.. Hum, fres miner'i oertlQeate No.
iimim. luteuil, ility fl»>» Irom tbi Uaieber..
'''.»' ai'i.ly to tbe M'iuii,; Kscorder for a e-r-
lllli'ai* o liiiliruTeiumia fur run nurixuu of
obtaliiluga Crown Urai.t or the nl.ovii olstm.
And nirtijar take notice thai acllun, ond-r
• ectiiro 87. miiat !>-, ceinmrr,,..■'. before tbs ii-
■ nance of iuch i-erllflcati nf linprovimiatl.
Haled tlili iii, day ol October, a.H.. IV6
oct 6 0. 11. N. Wil.HK,   I'.L.e.
TROUT  I.ASK.
.NOTICE TO l)Kl.I**g.UlCNT co-uWHEIW
To Jamen <irant,  H.  ti. tfacl eotl ami
Jan.en liouchisr, or to  whomsoever
they may have transferred iheir in-
tereit in the r-late mineral claim.
Take notice that I, the undersigned
co-owner ailh you in   lhe Slain uimerai
. laim, situats on .-■ mtb n la of l.ar.iean
river between Kapid ami  I'oplar creek*.
ii ths   trout  I.ake Mining Division ol
lV«St i ave   i Brl irini-rl   the
neceisary work and ir.aile the necessary
expenditure on Hie ahnve mentioned
claim lor the years 1904 ami 1905, in
order to hold the «aine under lection L'4
111 lhe Mineral   Act,   and   the  yean (or
• .i..i work was performed and ex*
nil. ure made I aving expired, I here-
■ re.i> you unties ' '.a'- 11 within90 dayi
Irom  the   llrst publication hereof you
;ail ..r refuse to contribute your prop.tr-
■ . are el such expenditure an.!
ay t ie coat I "f (this H.lvertiieinent your
merest in the laid   mineral  claim will
the property ol the undersigned
under and by virtue ol section < ol the
Miners   \ I Ai sndment Ai t, T'OO.
I . ■■ I at I rout   I.ake thii 17tl, day of
Inly, . JAMES SMELL,
Co-Owner.
It pays lo uae tbe Telephone. A
lengthy trip can often be laved. Otficea
nt Kergusoii: Cummins' tftore ; Trout
Lake, 1'ost Oflic.c ; alio at linaton, Comaplix aud Arrowhead.
oclH
0,
B. N   WILKIE, HI.
TROUT 1 AKK.
NOTIOB.
T'.ui Kdwards ooueril claim, situate
in l!i« Trout 1-ake Mining Diviiion of
Wei'. K . .te.ay district.
Whets located : On Silver Criji mi.un-
tain.aboatlH miles fiom Silver Cup
mini
Take notice that I, Frederick Charles
Klliott, K.M.O. No B88042, acting as
agent   tor   John  W.    Westfall.   K.     .C.
.*>',,   B end,  irx'y  days frotn
. - sot,   In   ai | iv   t .    the
Mining Recorder lor a Certificate of
Improvements, lor the purpoea of obtaining a CroWO   .rent ul the  >
■
*,    I   f.'.rther   take  ie ties thu' a  '      I
di der lection .17, must bai
bsfors u.e iseuauce of such Certificate DotriOW    lf>n    llP"_i.
of [mprovements. KCVieW   JUL*   _/CLi_».
Iiiiel thu llth day ol Aug., i.n 1905
IH- H-U.
NOTH t To DKLlNtgUKNT OO-OWNER
l"uli U.  McLennan ortowhoma ivei
he mav have tramferred I.n  Interest
ill tbe Kmbro mineral claim.
Take Notice that I the undersigned
co-owner sritti you Id the Bmbru min*
pral claim situate on south side of Lardeau river between Rapid and i'oplar
creeks in the Trout i ake n. Ding diviiion
.I \\. Kootenay, have i«if irme l the necessary wrk and made the nere*fary ex
iienditnre on the above-mentioned
claims lor the yean 1904 and 1
order to hold the «anie under •« lion ^4
of the Mineral Act, and Ibe yean for
winch said »..rk »«< performed and ex-
pauditure made having ex| i  I  I hsre-
.-.    i   notice  that  ll   elihiii  '.':1
days   fr.nii  'hs firsl   publication   hereof
.  ail or refuse to < miributa roar pro*
lateabareol • i b expenditure and
]iay   the    coeti   of  thia   advertneiii-i.t,
mi'ir inter*-' in the lai I mineral   claim
will bee ma ihe properly ol 'he undersigned under  and by tirtue , f  SSCUOB 4
of   iho Mineral A.-t Amandment Act
1900.
Hated  at Trout  lake thii 5lb  day of
Julv, ltiuv'). 1-ssu C. Km. tt.
July 7.05 Co-Owner
NOTICE.
('•;■• • •. . >ral claim iituate
... the troul i.ake mining diviiion of
.'. e«t Kootenay .;.*'.nct.
When      - - -  Cup moun
tain, about i'-» miles from bilver Cup
mine.
Take no'.ire that 1, Frederick Charlei
Elliott, K.M.C. No. U88042, acting as
agent for Charles L. Copp I'M C. No.
1183189. Charles McNicboll, F.M.C.
No. B780U. and John W, WeBtlall,
F.M.C. No. 1 JTB64, intend, nxty days
from ths dale hereof, to apply to tbe
Miuing Recorder for a Certificate ot
Improvements, for the purr, ole ol obtaining a Crown Grant of ihu above
.laim.
And further take notice that action,
under taction 17, must be commenced
before the muauce of Certilicate of lui-
pn vementt.
Dated thii llth dav of Aug. an. 1906.
w-.-.-r.i05.
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
ARROW  LAKE,  K. C.
Under   New  Management*
harry Mcintosh.
01 the Hoffmann Souse, Rossland,
Proprietor.
0*c B l *
The Moat complete beal'l. reiort oo
the continent of North America. Accommodations for 100 guests. (lood
liflii n^, boating and hunting,
rem n $12 00 to |18.00 p.-r wetik, accor-
ling to residence in hoiel or villas. A
doctor in attendance.
Kor further parti3uhirs apply to
Harry Mcintosh,   ProprieLr
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS.
Balmoral Hotel.
m&
Vinitors to Ferguson may rely upon the very best of
accommodation at this woll-known hotsl    Kooms ars
well  fiirniHh'rd  thioiii'biiut.    The  Har is stocked with
a choice assortment of palatable queucbora.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
ns
: oi High-Clan Work.
When looking f..r a placs to spend
your holiday*, bear in mind
that Trout   I.ake   is   an
ideal   summer   resort.      The
ry and climate aro magnificent
TIME   XASEI-E
S S. OEO. P. l'li»_K.
Hunuinr b teeeo Arrowhead, Bea-
««ii'..T iien.o'.Un,*.
Lr».    . -■•.'. for Be&'.on an.l
too .ni Comaiillx, a< f...iuw».
Com^i .ii, Iwii o dallj   -101s a>. I I -
1^.,:;:^;   Ueaton   a:. -    .1   for
Arrowhead,  tw;ce   dai'y —  ■■ l.'.a   and
l_;4.'ik.     Making    eli»?    conni
wi'.h ail C. P. I.   *.  -aiucru ami  ...
Tne owners reserve '.;e n^l.l to
cbange   tlciea   uf    Ballings     w.lio.i.
Tbo Bowman Lumber Co.. LlmlteJ
A
Pointer
V
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
THE
Place to Stop at
WHEN IN ROSSLAND.
_o—
Davis (Sb Loder - - Props.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson  Bros., Proprietors
aveRTTHifo new  _.*ro   rianTOLAea in all awrao-ra
Fire  Proof Safe
Tin tieme lui.K-m.l Willi ilia fin***! Wlaae aid Clears nu Ibi auln.
Trout    Lake,
The GENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
ll I'c.Ser tat him Uiu|l.n.t.
Royal   Hotel
j1 Fancy Bar,
Musical Eotertilamaat
Bulletin   f ears, World's
Mlalnr News.
E. L. MORAND. -  PROP.
vieoNO't f*c* Tisain.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A 6PECIAI.TY.
StaMee at Trout, Lokt.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best, Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   B
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Lardeau
Hotel
Baa
to
Sandy Ltughton
Proprietor.
-
Wi ill-.:*,  tiaiting  Fergnaon you
lid iut ..t the Lanleau
llot.l.    Hera  **>•■*   *
will   li"   surroiH .le.l   willi
li.'lUP  coll.foi If.      Kxifl'-ol
cuii-ina,     .veil   TPi.i..
inil     <*. aim     n osis.     will
stocked bur. and ewrylbing which
lends towards making ><" r »i-n a
pleasant and mtraor»ble "tie.
Huici rrom $1 iUy ui.wsr.ls.
Wc Mrito to (ilvaie our 1 gtroU.
FERGUSON.
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Rl
TROUT LAKE CITY
:Q
MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
I.
General
Merchants.
tfi
FEEGUSON - - B. C.
i
t£
.HERE  Iiii"1   been   fortnnea
■ ,lt> by jn.liciouH i'.ivnt-
lucnt in Ueiti Batata, ntul
more fortnnea will be maile than
ei.«r the next two or thre»* rcsrs.
The one who rsi\)>n ti.i* hurrcst is
ihi* original Intsitur, for he baa
hit money ou a certainty.
Now let tn polnl out to toii that
. i. no iii-iti-r nint ni. tlie Con*
tn*. ut  to  i i.v   R^.il   Estate than
TROUT LAKE,
Trout Like l« the j.r«*tti-*ftt *.*.<>»
in the K.oicii iys i nr a pleasure
i.« ri It li*!* no equal. Boating
and nabiug may be Indulged In
the year round | while big game
In abundance U to the found on
the bills. It" ''liin."*4 i* snperb,
liters b< ing no Rreat extremes, it
j mild in wmtcr and cool 1»
stimmer. Il can 1" tt-' if B >me of
ihe finest Ii (els ami residences in
liritis > Columhis. It* streets Are
well laid "tit and graded. There
nr- two excellent general stores,
ao.1 a glance al u.e advertisements
In tills Jn irnal win show tiiat ell
trades am fairly well represent .1.
\\ rite  wiih confidence to Ar-'i»i*•.
H. McPherson
Asent
Trout Lake, B.C.
CCS*.
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.
Then call on
or  write to
Ik
%
jrji
I
r Iihr never had a " hooni "—Its
growth has been stesdy. It is
tl.e load of navigatior., and
the terminal of tbe Lardo branch
of the C.P.R. All roads (In the
Lerdeau) hud to Trout Lake. It
Is the commercial centre of the
richest mineral dlhtrict on the
continent, and has bntiking facilities provided by th« Impetlil
Han!*, of Canada ; first-class school
acoommodatioD under tbe dirrc*
tion of 8. .hannon, B.A.; a good
water system ; government nffices ;
County Court sitting*-; Methodist
F.pi»iopal si ii Anglican churches
and cottage hospital.
There are valuable ranch lands
on the outskirts awaiting settlers,
Its lumber resources are u.sgnifl
cent, nn.l a band saw mill with a
c»pncity of 60.000 ft. per day Is at
tie bead of the lake. The mines
trihutary are proving out bigger
producers »*Tory year, witb n«w
pru«nectn i pening up rich bodies nf
ore.
There will be a hig rush Ikis
vear, so if you would know
more, write st once to hither of
thi' agents at tho addresses below.
F. B. Weils
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
71
IM
»=
=-0
wwiui^
The representative
o! the rich Lardeau
country.      Sent to
any aachress for $2
per an. in advance.
No. 23,
al and General.
rethctvey, who hits held
( of station agent here
*parture of F.  T. Abey,
/ediiesiluy for Nelson,
i relieved by H.J. Hicks.
be noticed that this irsuo
it larger than our u.iial
hope  our patrons will
Itange, which nill  be the
I paper in future.
Ul 8inile6 -i9 not in it
Or Mobbs.of licrard, these
ith  tho  mill moving to
the Lennoxvitle Hotel
t in it—fairly in it.
tmble in Zion city. Dowio*
de bounce  and general
'joliva has got his job.
ck IV. was successfully
ist Saturday on Trout
liter Phelan'.
las got in this week
vegetable and garden
covering bulbs, clover,
•and  Harden City lawn
ehdeacon Beer, of Kaslo,
services in the Anglican.
tt Sunday. The servicea
il and some exceedingly
C was rendered.
it
rard Crosby gave a lec-
s Methodist church last
j&ight  entitled  "Among
. im B. C. Indians." Th*
« illustrated by lantern
Jliere  was a  very   poor
if. The rev. gentleman
luctcd   services    in  tho
I
church on Sunday.
jio have books from the
i earnestly re (nested to
m without delay.
ies Committee will meet
r night at 8 o'clock. A
ance is requested.
.. MasterEon, Secretary.
rry. of the Silver Cup,
'ednesday'9 ooat for a
ay trip.
Parker, inspector «.f
nd tnt-asureg, is around
ual inspection trip.
cvesquc is leaving sliort-
Icasure  trip through the
It provinces.
i — —
our  eye on thc Lardeau.
mining deals aro pond*
t tho 1'rovincUl Hotno
ting, the NeUon News
t the columns ••! politi*
;o which was nauseous to >
cl-hea<l*ri reader, and is
g us news -and that in aj
manner.
HBHHi *•"■- -*• -*--"-'"' '■
mm* >
ingcr anil .loc Hawkinsj
for a day's tishing tlusj
'hey seen red some nice!
non.
rns has  returned from
rip t> the const cities.
Evans   has   secure.1
so for his hotel al Ilcntonl
memb< •- have been tnl
1 th.: grand opening tisiU
Baturd .v     We wi«h th|
success,
son began his MMMOM
the Aurorii :U   H Mile thfj
to  26th   inst.  the   Ladicl
1 give a basket Hull.
i  operations   contiimn
>er   grounds.   A clean-
nado in a few xlays.
try successful   danes
iMie  Alexandria hall, K«
ist Monday night.
the  appearance of jpril
inoW roads breaking, tra
>._ is not all hon«y therm daj ^obPrinting ct* every aescrtpttfrri wm &s fattftf^yjgxecutgd a^tfte Review job Pept,
Ferguson
Fpoightjn~j
finti
Packing
Outfit.
-^
w?
Oo . cieil into f. r ,".' in-: ..f Mining Ruppll
In nri v in inl in . lis ilisl rit't.
lien.!. protni; Buryjctr, and any n irk in il
SMtisIai lory.
S. DANEY, Prop.    Fer
LEGAL.
1'K !•: P Q, B l.l.lii'i'T.
r.\:;i;isTi.':. KOTARY'
rrr.i.i',:, inc.,
Trout Lake, B, C      and Ferguson,
W    Ab^ahamSOn1       Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Contractor
i_ier.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a Home
For   Yourself.
Don't Pay Rent.
Easy Terms.
0. B N. WILKIE, P.L.8.,
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Ctalms Surveyed
nnd Crown Orar.ts Obtained
Be»ldenc«v-Nextnecor<" Office.
Trout Luke. E C
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO- LTD
Hardware, Miners' Bt" plies, Btovei
sntl Ranges.
NELSON, B.C.
NdT'.CK.
Temlers lor Mineral I ' Im I- i
to the Cri
Tenders will be
lersjgned ut> to 12 6V   ek, n i, nn
Friday,the tftb dav ry, yxw,
for the purchase of the en li • . *-iiti..ned
mineral claims, winch srers forfi
tl.e Crown a*, the Tux Sale held in lhe
Government office nt Kaslo, BC, on tbi
"th .lay of November. 1904.
To hi* considered, all tenders must he*.
at   l.iinl. equal to   thc   iifHct   price   as
given ln*low, which Ii equivalent to the
amount for which such claims could
have been rcpurchn'.-.i by the owner or
owners on the 30th ol June. 'Wl, together with the taxes which lisveac-
;'rueu trinre the tax sale, the cost of ul
vertising for tenders, aad down grant
lee.
Name of claim t-ot No. Upset pries
Little Montana      2889 177.80
l'ulrski 2t90 4$,79
Each tsn.ler mr.st !.e a> p. mpanil 'I 1 -y
a Certified   .-heque   lot  the luli ■
thereof,  payable at par at Kaslo,   in
favor ot the undersigned.   Tbe
of all unsuccessful tenderers trill I* Im*
mediately rctun.t-il
E, E.CHIPM IN,
•Joveri.tii'-ii: .'.;•. nl
Kaalo, B. C.
H. IM. Coursier
RKVELSTOKE, D  0
FIRE     1 N B l' It A N C I.
LOSSES   PAID   PROM PI l.V
Write lor Hates.
Starke^ & Co.
WHOLESALE DKALEKS in Butter,
HRgs,    Chec_e.    .rodur.    and   Fruit
Houston Bit..Josephine Bt. NeW.n. TJ.C
Revelstoke Assessment
District.
Take Notice that I shall bold n
Court ot Rovision and A |
under tbe " AKPesBuient Act, 1908,"
for the Revelstoke AMeaatnent Die
trict, on Monday, the 'J.'tli dav ol
November, 1905, at the hour of i i
o'clock in tbe forenoon, at the
Court House, Kevclntoke.
Dated at Revelstoke this 23rd
day of October, 1905.
C. M. FIELD.
Judge of the Court of Revision
and Appeal, Revelstoke Assessment District ol West Kootenay.
■  .'    .  __—        a _ ■
The B. C. ASSAY and CHBH1CAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vincocviii. B. C.
Headquarters tor Assayers, Minine ami
Mill Supplies. Sole agents in It. 0. for
Morgan Crocible Co., JJattertwa, England; F. W. Braun & Co.'s Patent Cary
Furnaces, Burners, etc. \ Wm. Ain-p
north A Co.'s Fine Balances, et'.. I ite,
i
Head Otllce:
ONTO,   ONTARIO.
AQthoriaed. 11,000,000
. . Capital paid up] •   SMO.000
- ni.000
Branches In the Northwest Tenrltorlea, Prnvin   s o| British Colombia, Manitoba,
. Miami and Quebec.
T. It. MKKRITT, Prasid <nt. r>. R. WILKIE, Vlee-Pren and (ion. Man.
E. MAY, Assistant Gen. Manager.      W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
Treui    Lake.    D.    6, Branch-*    n*n»ril    Hanking    Ruilncai    Transacted
Bavings Department—Deposits received ami Intereal allowed.
Dr»n«'<'.lrt avMlat.leln all parti or Oanada,
United "tales and rnrtipo.
Hpeel.il att.mtlou-glven l« ro'.loc'lona an.l
Miiiin. I'. i.J«.
T. B. BAKER.
rinnager
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Tack nnd ('urtacs Horses Alwavs for Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
Paily stage lesTes Beaton st 12 o'clock for Trout I-ako Ferguson and Camborne
Leaves Ferguson, .ia Trout Lake for Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch Stable? at Trout Lake, Beaton, Fi rgnaon <\n . Can borne
QeO.M. M.i'i.rter. J    A. Ilurv.-y
A.M. I'I NK 11 AM
HARVEY IUGARTER & PINKHHAM
BOLICITOR3, l/n.
REVELSTOKE    B    C
..ii,i..i..> Uir tiii|.crlal Hank <>' ('niiads.
VY   I   BRIGG8        J. M. BCOTT, U..B.
Scott & Briggs
Barristers and Solicitors
Solicitors for ttolson's Bank.
REVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
.
KKSEl'.vr.
KIGHT OF WAY  FOR   RAILWAYS.
ETC.
Notice is hereby given that nil Crown
lands alone the located lines if any railway, power, or tramway company, incorporated under authority ol the
Legislature ol this Provlnoe, and hav*
ins a width of tifty [801  leet on each
sideol r*iiid lines, are renerved Ior ru-lr!
ol vn.'. purposes for such railwny, pon.r
or tramway company.
W. -v GORE.
Deputy Coin, of Lands and W( rki.
i Works Dept
Victoria ll.C, 3rd Oct., 1005.
...»*_>. r.f       ,-.; GMfeoci 11 •   ii »0«
City Drue Store *
L. ,_ * .*..*._..•—*■ a-*.-*, j
u.^  *"fl'v^vJ
t_ __-..-.
PROPRIETARY
MKD1CINK8
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
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BTRICTLY0A8H
A FULL LINE OF clIOIt'E BTATIONEftY,
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WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  B  C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Headqnarters fer Mini aafl Commercial Men.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROP
TRODT   LAKE   LODGE
NO. 41
O.O.F.
| The Lardeau Brewing
 Company	
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month.
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Lager Beer
and Porter.
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: William Schr.ell, {
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Hot and Cold Baths        J
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Accoui.Unt,      ....       Auditor.
J. C. MURRAY,
TROUT I.AKE, B. C.
Ontnoe coniranys'   intereslt. cnrefnlly
looked after.
As«nt ror Uourlii\ 'i I'lanoi
Imperial
Barber Shop.
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G. A. CHEESEMAN
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FLOUBr
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$3.50 per 1001b.
NOTICE.
During the  Winter  Months our Store will
be open  from   8  a.m.   to  7   p.m., except
Saturdays and nights preceding  holidays
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Trout Lake
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V.M. Westfall & Co.
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Mil..« nr. i Prospects lini'Klii r.ml Hold.
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dents.
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Trout Luke. !3.
-ILAKEVIEW HOTElJP.Bums&CoF. B. Wells,
= Essaying «=
Gold or Silver $] M)
'toltl ami Silver |2 00
Silver and Lead  2 50
Oopper    .    i oo
Zinc.  $j 60
5   SHANNON, ^ssayer
FliU i:j--'»N.».c
TT )UT LAKE   B.C.
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Bar well Supplied with Liquors & Cigars
LarKi* Comfortable Rooms.   Excellent Cuisine and Attendance.
iadden & Levesque
Props
WHOLESALE   AN1*    RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
Dealem iu all kinds of Fronti Ment
TROUT LAKE, B.C
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
RAW FURS
J30UGH.
CASH   PfclCE*   PA10
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