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Array ul<OQ.&M
Has a larger circulation     111 ia. i a   any
Newspaper
in    N.
.ootanay. Best advertising   medium.
Lardeau Mining
i
The     :
'
nl  I '
pi r an. in advance.
VOL. 2
TROUT LAKK CITY, B.C.. March 22, iqo6
No, 21.
To Work
Argenta.
A.
,•    GARDE    WILL   TAKE
CHARGE OF DEVELOPMENT
Celebrate
TTe 17th.
HE PROPERTY IN POSITION
TO BEGIN OPERATIONS
AT ONCE.
\ c. Oarde will leave for the
north "ti Monday to ink-- charge
ol the
TIIK   ORANGE    AND   GREEN
PRE-EMINENT ON BT.
PATRICK'S DAY.
CONCERT AND ENTERTAIN-
MENT WAS GREA1
SUCCESS
in ii manner « hiofa met the appro*
v.'il nl the audience.
The cast was a follows i
\l lOMADOKS Mm -o .: .1. .1. All,, ro.e
Mh i i.i i i . R. i,i,.iui,.in
\i,iii«i-i '*. parti er wuh a plot'
*Iiih. .':.'.   i,. -       Mr*.. Atherton
I'i i-v Haki i! Miss s. Cunimini
ntloiiHui - parinei in the plol)
Robert      - Masiei \\ Mile Atherton
Bceno Mouaei 's K. 11 lencs
'1 be entertainment ooni luded
with the National Anthem, nfter
which n banquet was given in the
dining chsnih i. I lancing was
also indulged in uutil midnight t>.
inii-i.' supplied by Mm Wisdom
i piano) and J. Parisian (violin).
Local and General.
now in a wiadition for active oper*
Ktion. Been yesterday by a representative i>f the Daily News, Mr.
11 ii.1.* give ;>n account of the
mines and their recent history.
Tin- Argenta group com-ista «.f 17
.,,.«.,   granted    mineral   claima,
A CONTRA DICTION.
FACTS   AND   FANCIES.
Editor, Lardeau Minini' Rt view. I [nv observes.]
Dear Sir,   A  persistent  rumor     The Minnesota people  who are
■ current  that ic  calculated  to I wild-catting fruit lands around the
Local
Success crowned tin*   efforts ol
the   Ladies1 Altar Society nf thi
\nieiit.i   Mines,   wliie.li  nre  Catholic Clnircli   on   St.   I'atn
Day. for tin-  Oddfellow', hall wa.  •-***«'*~i^^ the   Monitor  and  droves
pocked as it never has been before.     Gold   Commiasioner   Chipman r10 •'**•* t-*nn«L    My record of tun-
iiijiirc in. l defame me In the eyes
of my friends and the public general li . which Ih to the effect tbat
it i> my custom to no on the 1 ill
i.i tbe summer and do the assessment work on a property in four
ilnv-.ati.1 thus not meet the requirements of tbe Mineral Act.
Owing to my close nss 'ciation
whii tin- Methodist church hen 1
should feel grateful weie you to
grant me space enough to vindicate myself.
I came to this country in the
fall  of  1898.     The   same  fall   I
Long before the curtain rolled up
the spacious hall was well filled,
and the cry was '' still they come."
That the audienoe thoroughly en-
joyed tbe program submitted was
Homeof'ttiem fractional, covering 1 evidenced by the repeated demands
in nil about 600 acres.   They are fr" the reappearance of the artists
ituated on   H'amill ci k, about | As ill-luck would have it. several
'otour most  piuii -nt performers
were suffering with colds, hut sub
-titut.-s w.re found, and worth}
ones thev wt re too. Created a
furore .li.l Mist Mclntyre with hei
terpsiohorean i (fori This young
laily cuulil (ill lhe hill with any
company of professionals, and the
audience made the hour-.- ring witb
plaudits. Made a greet hit .IM
Mont.' Nesbitt with i.i* harmonica.
Here's a star in his on n pe. uliai
line If there's a brighter, trot
l.iin out. Dr. Morrison, of Revel*
•.toke has a baritone voice of exceeding im.. I in IS anil great  range
His rendition of" Killarney" was,
to say the least, brilliant. The
audience opened oul and called Mr.
Morrison back. Mi?. R Madden
made h.-r debut in an Irish dialogue with J. C. Murray, ami the
" N..ia " of ihis la.lv was exceedingly well rendered. In response
to th.' continuous applause Mrs,
Madden sang "The rbree I«eaved
Shamrock" in sweet voice and was
heartily applauded. A " iti
in these parts" who sang s wing of
Ireland, ami whose appeal a
the stag.' in costume «a- the signal
for an outburst of laughter, was
••..In Bob McCord." Bob .li.l fine
in boih song nn.l dance and gol
a round of applause. The other
items ol the program all call for
words of I'oiiitiiciiii it ion. and were
as follows :
Overture I Pianoforte) ,. Miss Hoe
Solo    ..     ■• Off to Philadelphia "
p, K i iroffman
Suin    ..    " Wheel the Baby oul
Mr.-. .1  Craig
Recital " Shamus O'Brien
,1. J. Atherton
Solo.." lie.'aiisc I love vou. dear
Mrs. Elliott
Recital " How Bill Adams won thi
I'attle ot Waterloo " 11. Cheese ma n
Dulcimer selection, " < lems irom
Ireland, VV  Kelly (em
Recital     " The Exile from Erin
Miss Cummins
Sol..    .     " My Irish Molly, 0 ! "
G, A  Chi eseman
Quartette " Summer and Winter "
Soprano, Mrs. Elliott
Alto, Mrs Murray
Tenor. Mr. Checseman
liass. Mr. (iroffman.
Mrs.   Wilkie   accompanied  the
vocal items in a brilliant manner.
To  say   thnt   the  fare.', " Betsy
B
four miles from where it empties
into tbe Duncan river,
A vein  of chalcopyrile, carrying
high values in  silvi r  and copper,
■ i through   the  whole group al*
i • due north and south.    Development  work ha--  been  going on
v.ilv   fur   the   last three years.
-in.',   the   property   was acquired
Boston syndicate, represented
F   Almv. G.  R.  Aneu- ami
Woods,
|   .    mines   are   nt    an   average
levalion  about  :. HK)   fe* t above
., t level, a little  oyer 1000  feet
•.■nnv hike.    The great
irohein   confronting the   owners
was  that  oi   trati-portiui'.ii.     Alii...ugh the property is only four
from the Duncan nv< i. tbe
allly route washy way of Hatnill
creek, which fiowa through a. box
caii> on for nearly the whol.* distance. To get in any machinery
a wagon roul ha.l to be constructed. After somedelav govt rnment
aid was seaared, tbe company paying in ore than half lhe cost The
road was completed last fall, and
in spite of the great difficulties of
construction, it is generallj con*
.idered one <>[ the '•>*:. in the Kootenay.
The   work done   on the property
ies   three  long   tunnels   and
-- ita.   The average depth of
ihe workings bs about   _-"**»   feet,
with a maximum of .'iuo feet
h is the intention of the com*
l«tny to install a compressor plant
on the property and construct an
aerial Irani wav from the mint's to
the lake. A ear of machinery is
n.w ..ii the roa.l and is expected to
arrive in about a week.
Mr, Uarde could uot say definite-
1. when the company would be in
0 position lo treat its ore. nor oil
what scale the operations would be
conducted during the present year
ltev. Sharp, who is now at Ash*
croft, has I..en Informed by tbe
Methodist    Episcopal   Missionary
Society    of    New     York    that    his
brother Robert, who has been a
missionary in Korea, is dead after
•'i short illness oi typhus fever,
I'he deceased 1ms been in Korea
for about three years, and his
death is a distinct loss to the
Korean mission.
Mr.   Richardson,   lire insurance
adjuster, osme in on Thursday in
adjust the losses sustained by Mrs.
O'Connor in the lale (ire.
Thrt8 miles and a half in three
minutes and a half is the record
time down the Broadview to wagon
road,
celebrated the sixtieth anniversary
of his birth Friday of last week,
and was the recipient ot many congratulations on the part of Ills
friends in Kaslo and elsewhi
Economist
Mr. and Mrs. W Imsli v and
family came up from Gerard for
the glorious 17.',. They were
accompanied by Miss Mar-hall
oi N> it
Mrs. i Mother)  Uurrell is recov-
slowly from her broken wrist.
neiling, etc., on my own properties
ia as followa :
Tunneling
Monitor   	
..126 feet
Golden Oate  .
.. 85 "
Immense	
..180 "
Texas  	
.. 80  "
Prances	
80 "
St. Louis	
..100  "
Monte Cristo .
.. 30 ,:
Copper Mountain. 40  "
Shaft on Texas 17   "
Total....  747   "
Thanking vou in anticipation of
the insertion of the above. I am.
Youra truly.
J. T. Lai'tiiers.
Trout Lake, Man-h 21, 1905.
(iourlay Pianos are high priced,
but worth their price. What if a
Gourlay piano does cost a few dollar.- inure '.' You get your money's
worth. You obtain it in ucira
durability—years more of service
provided for by the costliness oi
its construction ; and you obtain
ii in its daily use—vour delight
Frank   Abey   came   over  from land  pleasure   in   its   exceptional
Camborne  Monday   tn   clean   upItonal beauty.    We want you to
Borne business d< see s d.tirlav.
rocky heights of Nelson'are in tin
same class as the ' gentlemen '
who have In in wild-catting sto. k
in mineral claims of the Lardeau
Tbe Nelson papers are doing all
tuey can by giving publicity lo
the methods of the e confi h nee
operators lo prevent tl s unwary
from being flecc d We havi
always been willing, nay. at xinr.s
to assist any proji Ot where the promoters have honestly done their
best to g've investors a show for
their money. All cannot be successful, and many fail after honest
attempts. To those, however, who
merely make a pretence of mining
and whose sole object is to unload
stock, we will not hesitate ir. exposing. We want money and outside cai'ic.1 lo develop our resources, but it must come in < n
reasonably safe ground to make it
work effective.
We learn with regret of the
death oi the only child of Mi. and
Mrs. A. Rankine, who left Fergu*
son some lime ago to take up th'ir
residence at Midway. The her.
eaved parents have the sympathy
of      ll
Lardeau.
friends    through    the
'11. -. Leavall. 11 the Placer Co.
intends moving bis family to Trout
Lake.
Erown «enlor informs Observer
that t' e origin of the.fire In the
hush reported hist week was as
follows : He was cutting cordwood
and feeling pretty husky. He
had sliced off 81J*blocks in less
than an hour, and was well into
a no'her when the whole log burst
int.. llames. Ananias, Ananias !
where art thou now ?
Ha's off to the local talent who
performed on St. Patrick's Day.
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
THIS is hardly the tini" to start
out on vour summer vacation,
hut  we  want you to consider the
LARDEAU
It is tl.e place where nature can
I"- seen in all its grandeur and
magnificen se. lis Ink'--, rivers, and
mountain streams are filled with
the finny tribe, and disciples <>f
Ik. Walton are in their glory, tj) W
H is .1 resort entirely free from th"
mosquito post ty ty M V of ty ty
For information, write to the Secretary of Trades   Committee  or to
the   Rl\ II W.
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
_)!!&
.red Elliott was at Camborne     POR8ALE.—Cottage and21oti
this week on business Good location.    Apply.
J. R. Haneii.
The    telephone    service   shows
And now the Fire Brigade are
determined to raise money to purr
chase new hose. It is d'ci<led io
hold n "Haul Ti: Bal
Thursday, April Rth. 'li.is should
prove great  attraction.     The
idmission will be Gents $1, Ladi t
free.
A " man around town " made
mark iti oompany this week
that Trout Lake was getting to he
the " cadgingest " town he ever
saw. The remark followed a discussion relative to the ability of
performers who gave their service.:
to any worthy object where money
was needed. It goes without say
ing that there are very few of the
calibre of the mentioned " in. a I."
Every entertainment put on by
the Dramatic Society or any other
denononiination or body has been
honestly worth the price asked,
and we have tbe satisfaction of
knowing every cent so raised remains in town. There are a few.
however, who wou'd fall over them
selves to sec a bum " professional "
outfit, and would applaud vigorously even the ligbting of the foot
lights, but would have no good
wor.'i for local talent.
The Review costs $2 a vear.
quite sn improvement since Hugh     Dave Cowan and Fred Johnson
Me Pin im n took eh irgi
came down from the Cup on Wellies.lav.
Th" old -ir'..in.. Viet.ui.i has *,,„ M„rt(„, will return from
been dismantled and the machinery Minnesota about the 15th of April
taken to Okanagon hike. u0 resume wink on the Big Tunnel
■ Derated    by   the   Reward  Mining
John   Haner  bus  resigned his Company.
Mining.
,1.   T.   Lauthers returned
Nelson Mon.lav night.
from
Raker," wns excellent  is putting j position as manager of thei. O.O.F.
it  mildly.     The   audience   roared  hull.
with ileli.ht at   poor Mouser'g love
making  and  subsequent troubles.
Miss Susy Cummins as "Betsy"
was superb.     Her portrayal of ii
difficult character   was  splendid,
nn.l   we  hope   to  ace this lady in
come.lv   again.      Mrs. Atherton ns
Mrs. Mouser well sustained the
character. P, E, (Iroffman made
a splendid Crummy ; ids style of
acting heing greatly appreciated,
J. J. Atherton  played Mr. Mouser
Thc
Hon. C. Wilson has resigned his
position as Attorney-General in
the McBride cabinet owing mainly
to the illness of his wife. For
some time it has been known that
tbe position of T. Taylo*, MP P.,
member for Revelstoke should be
recognized in any changes in the
cabinet, and it is likely that the
Ivacancy will be offered to Mr.
Taylor, who would lake the posi*
hockey  game on Saturday I,jon of  Provincial Secretary, the
afternoon, played her.*, resulted ns
follows : Trout Lake 4, Ferguson 2.
Premier taking the Attorney-Gen
eralship. It is stated it would con
duce greatly to Revelstoke receiving the portfolio if the Premier
could be assured that Mr. Taylor's
appointment would be acceptable
to bis constituents, and that this
could best be shown by assurances
of  his  being  elected by aeelama-
■ess ; also to  the   townspeople for  and   lhe  general   outlook   that he  tion   if  he   should   be offered and
the  splendid    manner   in   which
V.   M.   Redell, of Spokane, who
The i,a lies ..f the Catholic com*I was up last year on Placer busi-
tniinity extend their heartfelt ncss, came in ou yesterday's boat,
thanks to all who assisted in SO I He ia a large holder nf stock in
many ways to make the entertain- the company, and is so well pleased
ment, supper, etc.,   so   great B BOO*  with his  experience  of last   year
they financially supported it.
intends moving his family here at should    accept   a  portfolio.   -Mail
once. Herald-
OF INTEREST TO THOSE
WATCHING THE PR0GRE88
AND DEVELOPMENT OF
THE RICHEST MINERAL
SECTION Ol? f*HE PROVINCE
Mining inti n Is are loi
bright for the season. A large
amount of work is blocked out and
it is estimated that the production
of 1.06 will eclipse any previous
years.
Lucky  Boy.
Manager Ehrehart writes that
he will leturn about 1st May prepared to work this group to its
highest capacity. Before the oIofc
down between 15 nnd 20 men were
employed, and it is expected this
force will be largely increased.
Ore shipments to date has run
about $30,003.00, an average of
$150 per ton
Placer Work.
The*. Leavall has been gett'ng
matters in shape for the Spokane
Falls Placer Co., and a force of
men will be put on in a few days.
Invoice, for pimping and hoisting
machinery have been received and
it is expected to arrive any day.
The remarkable rich find- made in
the creek heretofore without any
up-to-date appliances augurs well
for the future of the present .*om-
p.my. As nn indication of how
tbi    proposition    is    thought   of
'
first i- ining recorder here, and
who knows very phase and con-
dition, ).■■:.- made a trade of some
of his valuable real estate for a
good sized block of stock. Andy
say. it looks like a good proposition to him and feels satisfied that
by the way the companv are going
to work, they cannot help but
make a winning.
Broadview.
Six men nre now working on the
ore and sending down at the rate
of 100 sacks per day. The strike
made last week created a good
deal of enthusiasm both in Trout
Lake and Ferguson. 1000 more
sacks were ordered this week
which is a good indication of the
size of the ore body.
Silver Cup.
All reports from the Silver Cup
state that the oro reserves are better and larger than ever before
Thie means large shipments in the
near future.
Free Coinage.
The work being done this winter
is opening up this property in good
shape. Ibis property is held
under lease by A. J. Gordon and
associates, and the output will
materially add to the ore prodttc*
tion ol th.- Lardean this year.
Noble Five.
The owners of the Noble Five,
where the big strike of galena was
made la.t full are getting ready to
resume operations as soon as the
snow goes off snfficienntly. The
ore as it was exposed before work
was stopped was about IS to 24
inches in width and 110 feet in
length, .".s much as much as possible will be shipped down as soon
as the trail is opened.
Baltimore.
A good strike was made on this
property last fall, and the owners
are making preparations to resume operations as soon ns conditions will permit. The last round
of shots put in prior to tbe close
down for the winter demonstrated
that the faco of the tunnel was
plastered with galena.
.—
The representatfl
of the rich Larilel
country.     Sent
any atldresa for
per an. iu lulvanc*
No.
231
al end General.
• relhetvcy, who has Iii
! tt of station agent li
■rparture of F. T. AI
ed;ncsilay  for   Nela
relieved by II..I. Ili«
—
bo noticed that thi.s is
mt larger than our lid
. hope  our patrons
hange, which will be
• paper in future.
-all smiles--is not ir
or Mobbs,of Gerard, tiij
ith the mill moving!
the Lennoxville IIq
kt in it—fairly in it.
ouble in Zioncity. Doi
die bounce and genei
roliva has cot his job.
ck IV. was successful
last Saturday on Trq
'alter Fhelan'.
has got in this wl
ts, vegetable and gard
owerin"   bulbs,    cloi
and  t.arden City la
•chdeacon Beer, ol K-i
services in the Anglid
it Sunday.   The serv)
al and some exceedii
ic was rendered.
oward Crosby gave a
e Methodist church
night entitled "Ai
tern R. C. Indians."
is illustrated by lan^
There was a very
:e. The rev. gentles
ducted services in
; church on Sunday.
rho have books fromf
•e earnestly requestc
em without delay.
kdes Committee will
iy night at 3 o'clock.!
dance is requerted.
L. Masterson, Secret
ferry, of the Silver
Wednesday's  uoat  fl
iday trip.
Parker, inspector
and measures, is al
inual inspection trif.
Levesque is leaving
pleasure trip throuf
st provinces.
your eye on thc Laj
j mining deals aro
bat the Provincial
iitting. the Nelaon
jut the columns <>f
ago which, was naitss
ml-headed reader.
ing us news—and th|
le manner.
Slinger and Joe   Hi
Un for a day's  fishirj
They secured   some,
.1 _on.
lurns has   returned
triii t> the coast citl
' '
SEEDS
im H ■mii.a*»._i..n mi,     ,.
SEEDS
The  monthly   clean-up   of the in Trout  Lake  at  the end of the
Eva mill at Camborne for March month.      Arrange to have your
[ wuh between $4500 and 85000.       |piano Uned.
,r   Evans   has   secij
►nso for his hotel at
0 membi. - hare bj
nil the grand < |>.-uit
st Baturd iy     Wo
b success.
_
'.llson bee.... hia a«s*i
i the Aurora at   H-M
h.   2r>th   inst,   the
dl give a basket Hall
e operations   conti|
tcer   grounds.   A
made in a few .lays,]
ery  successful   .lar
thc  Alexandria h^
last Monday night.
With the appears
and the snow roads hrcakij
■oiling is not all honey the ___
' w
*!|,'  '
THE LAR.DEAU MINING
REVIEW.
I« Printed at Trout l.akt I'lty, mid I'ulillslicil
at P'ergnatin iirul'TiuiH Lake every Tluii'ii.l..!'
Tu" K llt.or dons not nolil liimKi'll t'."*!'.''1-
Bible fo.' tl>n opinions ol' ornHpoiiileul - e.\-
in.'ssi'il lu Ilu columns
Aillticala will bi* charged at Mioraleofli
t,onts pcrllne, tirai Iniartlon, and lOoeuU i"'.
lint'i'ii.'Ii subsequent liiHi'illon.
TanrmforTransient nnd oiler advartlatng
■fill ha made known on application nt ofltce
BobHorlutlon Stl.Wlavear. In advanoe,
THE NEW " FIGHTING MAC"
The liberal press are eulogizing
J. A. Macdonalil, leader of the
opposition forces in tho Rritish
Columbia legislature. A\'e know
that the honorable gentleman is n
clever lawyer, and one of the
brightest intellects of tbe Province,
but he seems to have gone into his
present | osilion with the sole idea
that all his powers (and Ihey arc
many) be exercised in ii ivihg the
Conservatives out of power. The
investigations made at his instance
both of the session u year age and
the one just passed jnto the operations of the Lands and Works I>c
parttuent proved that the business
■Crout Xafte
milatev
Supply 00.
Htb.
By using  Water supplii 'I   1 J
Company yu are assured of n\u> \
lute purity',   Government Analysi
lo back up statements. ::::::   '
Hugh McPherson - - Supt. j
CISC®a SOU)
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given llial "0 ilaya
afterdate, 1 Intend toapply lo the Hon.
Chief Commissioner ot l.amls nm)
Works for a special llcehfte lo cut aiui
cany nmiv liniber from tl.e following
described lands, situated In West Kootenay district.
From a i».st planted at Selilon Daney.'s I
north-west corner post marked P.  J.
lvvinc's north east corner post, thenco
west 80chains, thence s.uitii so chains, i
theiiee ear.1 80   elillina.   thence  north 80
cllllilis. tO point o( ( III.'II.'.orient.
P, .1. DKVINE.
Trout l.nke, B.C., Nov. IS. 1005.
Painter —.
Decorator.
TROUT    LAKK
II. 0.
NOTICE.
Notice rs hereby nlven tlmt 80 days
after date Mntend to apply to Mn Olilel
Gonuniwloner of Lends and Works for
n spools, licence lo cut ami earn away   Watch-repairing,   etc.     Al
i.T   ll.nil    tl.e     loilnuill.   lie     ril.eil , '
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
situated  in  \\ est  Kooteday Pin-
tinihi
lands
trict.
I'rein a post planted un thennrih easl
•Ideot i.ni'ieaii creek about •'■, it   ■■ pasl
from Halfwav creek and marked   hldonl
pf the province  was  carried on in I Daney'a north-weal corner pi -t. running
,     .        ... ,r.       ,   east, 80 chains, tl.ei.ee aonth 80 cbaiua,
a business-like manner.     His pal-  tllpn0BWM| 80 chnina, flieucc  north 80
try  objection   to   the   river  bank  chains to poinjtol**omimincemeiit.
protection
plea that it was for the protection
of private property was frivolous,
and could only be made as an excuse for objecting.
" Object, object," seems  to have
been his motto.     No matter whether it was on the surplus or not— i
he   even   objected   to  that.      We
Guaranteed.
BBLDON DANEY
nt   I rout   l.nke on the Tro«t Lake. H.C.. Nov. l*. hi.,-..
CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION OF AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY.
CoifPANIBS Act, 1807,
oraews Block, Trent Laie, B.C
I hereby certify tlu'.t  the " ClieMllUl
Hill Mining (' paflj," "Non*Penjonal
, Liability " har- this day been registered
acknowledge that   as  being in the ae an Ext .-Provincial Company nndei
opposition he is not in the position *h« ' *&_ Pan,w  Acl' (1M!7'' ;'. ""r>
,r ' | out or effect nil or anv nf i In
to  make   legislation,   but  we feel i the Company lo which the legielntivi
assured  that if he would nse tl.e ;;,.,,'!,l"'1i,.> "f .""''•0-;-1'":ru '" •'"''>''
AW the Latest
Magazines on
SaJe at " The
Review."::::::
mi.mmt. 'iniiiiiiii»,iwmif*.»"w..-*w**rn*.   mi in
powerful intellect  the Creator has
instead of destructive method-, the
members of the Government would
be only loo pleased to avail themselves of it occasionally.
Thursday,   April    5th.   Grand
Masquerade Hard Times Ball.
The IX L. Mining Co ,coui| osed
principally of  Minnesota men  ate
making  preparations  to  wo:,
the I.X.L. group.
Xew York.   March  20.—Silver,
! Columbia ex tends
The lii'ii.l office of the C inrwutv <h
endowed him with  in constructive ■{*■•}• n,_ N.";, :"J   *{"'.''»-8i'*rplesa
,   ,     ,    | Bonding, H  ! tl. Street, in 11 it".,i
Philadelphia in the Bounty ..? Phllau ■!-
pbin nn.l State ni P< nnsylvania
The amount ol the capital'.! t tie Com
pan** ia two hundred thousand .lullars,
divided into tn., hundred thousand
shares ol one dollar each.
The bead office "f tbe Company in
this Province is situate si M.e lotvnol
lro.it Lake, and Thomas E. I
Mine Manager, whose address ia the
tame, is the attorney foi thi I
Not empowered t.> issue and tn
stock.
The Company is specially limited
under lection ".'.of th" .-a. 1 Ae!.
The time ni the existence <>f the eoni-
pany is tiftv y, ars hum the 88th Uav of
July. 1904.
Given  under my  hand   mid  -
office ai  Victoria.  Province ol Briti-h
Columbia, this 28tS dav uf .i. • ber,out
654 : lead $5 35 ; copper IK to I8_. thousand nine hundred and five.
' " [l.s.] 8. Y.WOOTON,
*■ '• Registrar of Joint SI      I       sniet
Otto and Charlie Olson are down     The objects for which this rompany Is
.        ._   n I   . n uii        established end register) l.iro:
Irom the Cup terminal at 9-Miic.        T), ,.„_., .,.   B(„|1.i.i.
  _. .  own, lease, occupy, nse or develop any
lands containing gold, tilver, copper,
Rev. Mr. Scott will begin a series lead i r oilier
of Sabbath   morning  talks  ..nil." Tomlne, or ol              lo extractor
,,.',,,,, remove, g..M.   silver,                rad or
'• Purpose and  Ise of the   Holy oth rminerals:
Scriptures."   On  Bundsy,  March rJfcay«.,«l  b or oiherwiai  tod-Mi or
'     ,                    in  .         „, ,ri1"'    "' K"'d. silver, copper, lead or
2oth,  his subject will  pa : " Ihe 0tbe      Inerala and any of the pr
Scriptures,  a Divine medium   of j1'"'      andartii itio* or part-
,    .     „      ,,. lv co     sting then
Revelation.       IIi»   evening   scr-
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
Wo Me Jones,
l.'Kl'P
Printing.
I»>af    Hinder*,    Finn   Job
NELSON, B. C.
M
General
Merchants,
out Lake
mons  will   be n  continuati'iu   of
the scries on the 't Immortal Uf-.'- CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
Subject, " Tl;e Question of thc
Ages." Services at 11 a.m. ;u.<l
7.30 p.m. M
0OAS1   DISTI :
|..i'|..i: l. inT i.    ilren tbat tha reserrn.
tlotl, .i.ili' -i.-l   in
the lu . <,i,/rt'i. ineI iliiici mh August. Ia
U0I,eoreriniia l»'il ..riaii'l cjlfii.ilr g iriick n '__
distant.   "! ten a I •■« nl. alda ,<t lliel
ii.ll.  Jf mm'"   I'       •-    " ' KttsMsa Canjron ahdI
^ flu/..Hon. Neuii.'i'llr.l.
Ni.ii. •• la ii,. i ;i ....i Umi thai portion of tin* I
ratervatlun ni i • • ■ f whleb *■, iiiiillalir-il in !
Arrowhead.    Frank (iroffman and  ,,,B "■' ■ Haaetuand daiad Cih naoarober,
I-..', coverl   • .. ii'It nf inn.I ^iiemlim- lift-
Jack Brown are with him. : *h< moutli nfKitlinai itlrtmnd kii*ii»«
Oanron, .• . K*indad ... ... far .all oovm
im l h i... i,.i«ii'i i.ie Kluilaa nan yon and I
.   On- K Iti I l.l'    V || -v.   (1   .Inlit   l» I
■   liOUtll
el   linn   i -mi   bind*
their    home      -it    Rnvnlatnltn    lbi>   ''■'r'-' ' '■'' ■ ' • '•!" •> . n _ "I
nitir   noine     .ii   Jievcin. _      inn , nt n„ ■
iniiriiiiiir       The doctor  ranorta tho   ' and Act,on ami aft*
iiioriiiin,.      j ue uocior  ri pori-    in    ,„ ,,, %i. |,n,vldw- „„, , ,„ r,K„,  ,,
dentistry   business   between  hero 1 J*/$$ ..V,i,;' ""' " """";"''"
and Ferguson (*ood.
Trout   Lake   City Transfer
and Stage Line.
Ferguson
TroutLake
AND
Beaten       {jj
t^itttoit^jV&iMtfflft
\ Doily Stage will
g leave  Ferguson g
7 a.m.
Trout Lake at fl
Enra
WOOD   YARD
in connection.
I
A. M. Craig     Win. Crawford
a
NOW
i» I In* time f.r you te
to Buy Lots. Never Were
lhe i'i'. Apecti of Ferj-usne
»o b riff dr.
Ths Tow,- uf FERGUSON
will In* one i.f the OreaUat
<)r*> Prod acini Camps in the
World. The high degree of
aucceas schlsved by the
niiineroiiH WEALTH- and
PRACTICAl. BRITISH and
AMERICAN MINI Mi
COMPANIES . ow onerathig
ih.'i« ia a tiibu'e i<> the
tremi ndous wuith nf ih» bills
ixii_Lii____y
i
O.  B. N. Wilkie  i-
Burvey for the Waterworks Co. al
I»r. and Mrs.  Morrison  left  for „?£
A surprise party visited Dr. nnd
Mrs, Robinson nt Ferguson Ian
ni^ht. A liiph old time || report. .1.
W. S.  lillltr*..
i^i>.ii. . ommlartonarnriAndaS Works,
! aodi and MTorka Dapartmvnl
Vlotoila, i;'  . Ital tii| '*U»A.
REVRTiSTOKE    ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby given, In avenr*
dance with the .tatiUes, that Provincial Revenue Tax. and iill assessed Tuxes and income Tax, nc-
Bessed and levied tin.ler the AssttSS*
merit Act nnd amendments, are
now due and payable for the year,
11)06.
All taxes collectible (or ths Rev.
elstoke Arsessmcnt Pisiiict nre due
and payable at ni** nflice, situate
?t the Court House, Uevelstoke,
J.C This notice in . .'ims of law
i* equivalent to a personal demand
by me to all persons liable for
taxes.
Dated at Uevelstoke. B.C., this
22nd day of .Ii'.i.uary, 1906.
FRED. FUABER,
Deputy Assessor and Collector
?.evcU;.>ke Assessment pistrlct.
you wont to Se'..L
you want to BUY
Correspond with tho
Lardeau Mines
E
.Vis**.
We hsve several 'oi.nl I'm-. < r*
irec listed on which su«J terms
ciui be had,
Lcric-u' Mine: Exchanse,
•• Review " Building.
Trout Lake, B.C.
I
!
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated  Bran.la   ol   Ham,  Bsoon
nn.l RggSj
NELSON,       - Q C.
Maple
Leaf
Rubbers
Best.
to
Soil
Best
to
Guy
Best
to
Wer **
Styles to
COV^r     ' very
ii esd f r o m
';. wear
to lumbermen, or n.in-
era' footwear.
'I hey are all
just a> honest
nr- he(i. Worn
signili'...
J, toi Co
Limited
\ nncnu ver,
u c.
Selling
ARcnt".
Lennoxville
<c— Hotel,
t. MOBBS- PKO?-
Hotel and
General Store
OERARD
a a
The BEST Alway» !
IN FINE SHOES I
minim; shoes i
SHOE PACKS I
RUBBERS and
OVER8HOESI
GERMAN SOCKS I
lawhal )ou "i" S*t II yon dn j...ir i.nving
. with nk   »a don't Angel, when wanting any*
l.ln ( In lim HA) ol lun. wi nr Iii r,..i iiii ua, or
■ Iron _ linn.
11 ROYAL SHOE
R
Nelson, B. C.
ANDREW    &
CO.
Mail onlern carefully and i.romplly
Attended to. Agent for Slater and Net*
ilelon SilO
A. U. ftEYLAND,
ritOVINl'IAI. I.AM> H'RVKVOR
.Mineriil Ulsims Surveyed
1'01'I.AIt, KAHI.O.
uso^
Puhlic School, Hospital, end
other Institutions. ExoolltfM
Waterworks system, Streets,
Stores and Evidences iliu-
niiiifd by Electricity. Dally
mail i.trvicn. The townaitrt
Is ailiniruhly Inid out (Jet in
NOW on tin* ground flin-r.
l.ots can now in* purchased
PRon
$75
LP.
I
1
I
i
I
Rf-VELSTOKt., B. C. 3
^^MM^M_^^J_M^'^^^
TOWNSIFE AQENT
3 HENEY FLOYD
*7»wr_ «>«,;>*» ©a-ot* oo-jw. t^ _w&><fx*ct**to*c_ o-w0*J
...  Qhe Dotel jGeaton  ...
.    BEATON,   u.e.      rrr z=
VVIBITOR8 arriving at Hralon (thsthrsshold ol the l.anlaaiO
^J vis Arrowhead, will (ind this Hot*! to be fully so,nipper!
for liii'h-i'lasa ini'le. Ckeelleiit accommodation. A well
appointed €hd spscinus dlsing hall, The beat of Winea.S|.iiita
un.l Cittara. Personal luporvlslon ia given to the rc<iuiremetilp ol
patrons, Vi.oiti.ru to the Lardean can rely on comfort at thialinlal.
j W. BOYD -:-  -:- Prop,
^^^MA^>A»f»-il»^»tSA»4SA^eAitn4a4»'m. *fH»*<***8> *»*-***CT*
il
a-V"
imptsssisusslni mil
UmmmmtmmtMm»'i^ .aw*, na
m*> "**»
'«lll» Ml
i.. nr iniitiiiiii**  i f
 ■	
l/Looja-^
1
STYLE A5.D GRACE
RUBBER    FOOTWEAR
Maple Leaf City
lai Is that foil.
[lubbers nre madi
w exactly the now
ie,er f mMorm
il.oe model*,
'J'bey are the some of pi rfecti m in
Footwear.
Hub
Ladies
" Calve
or  the
:i*k     V
"and
now '
up'   dealer   to    how   vou the new
1 Melba " de with** uban Ho Is,
Lily " and   " I!'.-" "   models   for
I1 ■   ' li [{eels.
They are |u    a bil more graoi fu] and chic
snvthing you h i in before,
t. in n
J.   LECKIE
VANCOUVER, B.C.
CO.
LTD.
Selling Age \'.i
Reduced to FIFTY
CENTS  A YEAR
''■■.
New Icle
Woman's
Magazine
Fomsrly
Ono
Drtlir
......
THIS Is ll'.e cheapest and
Ion   Magazine now before the American j.r: lie,   ll shews
New I I In Mlllln. ry,
In Embroidery, in Cooking  in
Woman's Work ard Iii Reading;
I in col
i, blaok ai i •"' Ite,   A
shows thev:
; ■ fi ... 'i  Mdea Pat-
. mc. each.
Send Five Cents To-day
r .''.aAV/okiAH's
Magazine, and cc- whal  ir.sl value
tc. tha in..r--y ii can civs y -j.
THE  NEW IDEA rUBLIDHIHG CO.
03C   Er-.iilway.   Mew   Yori,   "...   Y.
Legal Notices.
CKBTiriCiTi:'   mi    IMI'.'.'.VI ■
NO! :
Ool.len Chest N . '* . Golden i heal Nn,
I Fraction, and l el • i
iiiuatelii ih*i trout Lake M iiing II .1
lion of West K on
«Vb«re  located:  Oi ■• hall
nulea aontli weal   Irora   the   town   ol
Poplar, B, G
Take Duties tl.at I, John K'-.n.,  fr.e
miner's reitili. ate '■' 1. Bt
sixty dava after date hereof, iu a
the Mining Recorder lord
Improvements lor < he purpoa • ol
lag erowu grants of the abb -
And furthar  take  nol   ' I
nnder section 57 mni      1 1       nence I
before tha Issnauce ol 1 ne
Improvements       Daudth.l 81st
Ottobsr, A. D., 1906.
Nov JOS JOHN K
SOTICE.
'  Iwardi  ndi   1  I claim  - itoati
In th.- 'I r.eit !...   ■ Mining  Divia
kOotena ri-il.
Where located   On Silver Cup 1
Lain, aboul i\ miles from Bilver I  .
mine.
lake notice thai I. Frederick Charl -
Elliott,      '   '     Nn    B88042, acting .
... • •   I      John VV.   Weatfall,  '■■
No. B87004, Intend,   sixty   days fron
;'.   iv  apt ly   in   tie
for   n Ce   ifi   il	
Ul |1 IK • ol   oil
taming a I 'r .•* 11  lit.i.it  "i  11"-
claim.
And f irther
■wider section ! 7 I       com nenc. .1
■•'■ r ■ tificatc
of I in;. -
Dated tins llth day ol a.ag.,_,D
18--8
•
NOTICE.
CopperQneen mineral claim, situate
in   the Troul   I I division ol
We>t Koolenav
Where locator    On -over Cup
u.n, about IH  miles from silver I'm.
mine.                       .... ,   ,,1     i
Uk»* notice thai I, Fred. * ' '.arles
Elliott,  K.M.C.  No .    I tineas
a'ni'.i h-r Charlt-  I   Conn t Mi'  V;.
(■bar'. -
No   ..THOU,  an I   John    *. .   VV
No. DSiti ■ -■*'" da.
Nn l'l. T. T.i   UEl.INliUKirr OO-OVl
To Ja ..      irant, li. Q. Mr>'I eod r
Jauie.' Bonchier, or to   whomi
ti.ry  mat insferred I
t"re_ in • _1 .I.i 111.
Take noties thai  l. lhe 0 id   ■ .
00-oacer aril '.lie --in!.' '
1 -laim. ill '   '   'tii  lide '.' 1 ardea
r.\.-r between h<r   is   1  P
in tlie Trout 1 *.    ".  1
I rm
necessary work a
■   tnout 'mei'
•■imin for the year*   1 lOt  ami   1
It. (inyn to use ihr Telephone, A
lengthv trip can often bi sated. Office*
at Ferguson! Cummins' Blore ; Trout
i.uke, rust Ullice ; also at Ueaton, Comaplix an.I Arrowhead,
Balmoral Hotel.
M
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
AIIROW   LAKK,
*_ QH041S
Ii. C.
Under   New   Management*
HARRY  McINTOSH.
01 lhe Hoffmann House, Rossland,
Proprietor.
j
CKM ;->
\'i-.iii.rsi to  Ferguson  muy  rely upou  the very beat ol
accommodation  at thia well-known hotel     K.xiii.s art
well  furnished  throughout.    The  Har ia stocked with
a choice asaortmeiit of palatable queuchere.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
BO   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
iir Local Pai
*. 1
j a necessity to you, finan
and socially.   A NEWSPAPEH
of GENERAL CIRCULA1
ng the latest news of the
i.    ia   equally   necessity   tc
you.   Thc "up to date man" will
provide hirr.sc'.f with these twe
nccectiarics.
In THE TWICE-A-WEEK
SPOKESMAN-REVIFAV will
be found the very latest news of
thc world, its matter Including information on politics, commerce,
tgiiculture, mining, literature, as
well as the local happenings in
the'states of Montana, Cregrn,
idaho, Washington, and the prc.v-
ncc of British Columbia. I
-iition, ita columns for women, its
popular science articles, its :.-. rt
md continued stories, its "Answers to Correspondents," a~.d
"Puzzle Problems" combine to
form a home newspaper that at
$1.00 per year can nowhere be
excelled.
r.r. .pi v"j hsv* somathlag 1   sell—a it-m.
.. IssiTi, term mi.liir.r: v. .1 nm/ .'j.'i r„
buy Bcms'.l.lnj Tr.. b«-.i p ., ' Is way
■ n .tc vrlth psopls who wish to buy or ■•:.
. by Ir.s.rr'rr a imiil! tdrertlssmsnl In ths
. lMsmar.-IUv.tw. Ths rUm it ih, umi i>
f.i : '..'i« T..1 s*s ■.  is
IT r..'i:_; T COST mrca—
The M'.r.'. complete health resort on
tbe continent ..I !^..r:li America. Accommodations for ion guests. Oood
Balling, boating and hunting.
 —  Terms $12.00 tn ll-vi'ii per weak, arcor-
ding lo resilience in hotel or villna. A
doctor in aiteudaiira.
i
| For f.irlher purtiauliira apply to
Kerry McInkos'\ PropticLr
UALUYON HOT SPRINGS.
When looking Ior a plac   '
your holidas.-*. beat i:i  n
th&t Trout   Lake   ii
ideal   sutnii.. r   re-,.rt.     _ Tha
ac-neryand clim 1 tea re I   i
ll wii'
'   '
"f    ll.fl
;. I ment A.;. r-00.
Pat. H st 1 roul  1 -'ke this 17th dav of
July,! JAMES s.Mil.I.,'
13 WORDS
2; WORDS
-.. lbs i <    '
_   -cJ   Bil'-s:.*
■......
.-
1   ttois	
~3	
3   t. in r,	
.      Ws
..  tiz
•  r: .r. r'. 1  ri w-
.-- - ..      .vlcmsn,
uit   Ji:  fMrtCK-A
A
Pointer
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
THE
r_r/__«ukfM«a
Place to Stop at
WHEN IN KOSBLAND.
—o—
Dcvis <3b Loder - - Props.
^^^^^^^H ff-fl  Trade Markc
fl147^^        COfVRlCHTB Ac.
AnyoTif ■fr.itln-f a rk«trh %n<J desrrlTJtl'.ri inr»y
. ■■ opinion frto wla-thcr w>
i'i*/. '.i |*i .-It. i-i It putei'tnbln.   f'nmcntinlrft.
tl *i* itrlctj/oonfldantul. IIainllKmki.ii I'ai.tiu
f(<Mt fi   1. OldOtl n»'"»n<'y .nr «Ttiriim pal»nu.
I i Mnr.n A <."o. roceln
:■>■   «.' n fw*, wit hoot v:nnrfff>, lu ihe
fiffe JlnserfcatL
fi ||Afi - ■ Hi ■ (f il *(1 WffltlT.    1 arfc**?*! r.\r-
i in,'.-i. n ■ i iny #riti<uflo journal.   TMmi Hi
r«AT; I >ur mcintttft *Us  fc't»iU by all nri»»»,ii>iii».n.
MUNiUCo.55'6™^'New York
llrii.i.ll Oflu *. r,» V bu Wsilillif lun, 1)..'.
Royal
E. R. VIPOND
Trout* Lake Llv«ry
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
SPECIALTY.
I
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
iO
Review Job Dept.
.'or High-Class Work.
Par.cy Bar,
.. '.'.uslca! Kntartaiemaat
Bulletlo  Beard, Worlti's
1  MiBln^Newa.
Excellent    Accommodation
| Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   0t
E. L. MORAND.
prop John Simpson,      Proprietors
Lardeau
Hotel
Baa
to
S*n4y Leushton
Proprlet r.
is
ng   Fergm on you
.i\ at the Laideati
lintel,      lie:**    the    i
will   !."   surrounded   with
home comforts    \.\ i
^^^^     euisine,     well   venti
and   iMiriii   rooms,   well
stnckeil bar, and  t vt r\ thing «l i..-1*
lecda tn'.Miiii..  making \<i.r \i-it s
pi- aea i I  ■ ■■; mi mi i ald« i do.
lint.'* from $1 <i»y upwi
We   " t ri \ e   t..   p|| '     .11 _.
FERGUSON.
m r F7^T^^ff!T!!ff!*T!*ywwww---wwmwmwTwm gngg
Iff
B
MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
General
Merchaii
T
.
- - B.C.
kHERE hare been . fi.rtunra
made by judicioua inveat-
meut in Keal Estate, aud
more fortunes will be niadf than
ewet the next two or three yeara.
The min wh" ivups the hitrvest is
tho original inT»8tor, for he haa
his money on a certainly.
Now Ir-t us point ont to you that
i' is no hotter apot uti :lir Coil*
t:i* -nt   tn  huv   Rfitl   Kstate  than
TROUT LAKE
Trout Lake Is the prettiest ap.it
in the K nteunys; as a pleasure
resort it ha-tin equal. Routing
and Qshing muy ho Indulged in
tliu year round ; while big |{'.rutin ii' iiii.Ihm .' is to the round on
. [ts cliuinte i*> superb,
re b< i g n :;reul extremes, it
b. i": mild in winter and cool in
nar, Ii can h. aat <'f sono <>f
the Gnsat litdels and residences in
Brit iali i 'olumb'a. Ita str'eta aro
w.'ll laid ."it mi 1 graded. T
rr<> iwi excellent general alorf84
and a glance a' the nil vi
in thin j..i rual	
trades are fairly well reprcsenU'd.
Write  with confidence t.. Agents,
•* _  _      A
I
C((l
Lots can fie
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
your
e
selection at
 Bt'nt,'in,,>,'s
•vill show thai ii"
once.
Then call on
or  writi to
Pherson
A_ent*
Trout* Luke, B.C.
-.•stf
£&~
T haa never had a " boom "—Its
growth has bern steady. It Is
the head r.f navigation, and
the tarmlral of the Lardo branch
Of tlie C.P.R. All roads (in the
Lardean) lead to Trout Lake. It
la tho commercial centre of tha
richest mineral district on the
continent, and has l.anLlrg fsclli-
lica provided by the Imperial
Bank of Canada ; ftrat-class school
accommodation under the iMr-e-
tion oi B. Shannon, B.A.; a good
water system ; government offices ;
County Conn sittings; Meth^lst
Episcopal aid Anglican churches
and cottage hospital.
There are valuable ranch lands
ou the ..nt»L nta awaitin_ aettlrrs.
Its lumber reSOOroea are urngnifi
coot, and a hand eaw n ill with a
capacity of 60,000 It. per day Is at
tie I ead of the lake. Tie mines
trihutary are proving out bigger
I roducera every year, with n»w
proapects opening up rich bodies of
There will be a big rnah this
vear, ao if you would know
more, write at once to either of
the ageuta at the adiiiea-ea below
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.O.
v
Jal
:=x(3.
 .	
Aa
The repre^ntatl
ol the rich Larde|
cotititrv.     Sent
any address for I
per iiii. ill mlviiiir
No. 531
cal and General.
rretlrcivcy, who has lij
on of Bti!ion   agent   hi
departure of P, T. AI
Wed'ncsilty   for    Nela
■ii relieved by II. J. Hio
lie noticed that this is|
lat larger than our ltd
"e hope  our patrons
hangc, which will  be |
i paper in future.
-all smiles—is not it
or Mobbs, of ficrard.tl
ith  tho mill movin|*|
the Lennoxville Ho
;ht In it—fairly in it.
■ouble in Zion city. Doi
lhe bounce and getiefj
/"oliva has got his jobj
ck IV. was Buccessful
last Saturday on Tr<J
'alter Phelait
has got in' this ws
ts, vegetable and gard
owering   bulbs,     cloi
and Garden City la
•chdeacon Beer, of Kal
services in the Anglij
ot Sunday. The servl
al and some exceedin|
ic was rendered.
oward Crosby gave a
e Methodist church
night  entitled   'Ar
icrn R. C. Indians."
ia illustrated  by lan^
There  -a as a  very
ie.    The rev. gentlei
ducted   services    in
; church on Sunday.
vho have books froml
•e earnestly requeste
em without delay.
sdes Cominittoo will
ly night at £ o'clock.!
dance is re.'itested.
L. Masterson, Secreti
ferry, of the Silver
Wednesday's  Doat  l\
iday trip.
Parker,    inspectot
and measnree, is
mual inspection trij
Levesque is leaving
pleasure trip throuf
}st provinces.
your eye on thc Lai
; mining deals aro
hat tho Provincial
Sitting, the Nelson
out the columns of
ago which was nausa
tvcl-he;ided reader,
ing us news -and tli^
le manner.
Slinger and Joe   Ui
wn for a day's  fislinl
They secured   somj
ll 31011.
lurns has  returned
trip t> the coast cill
ir Evans has sec*)
►nse for his hotel at.
0 memo, rs hare b|
ml the grand openij
st Baturdny.    Wo %vj
b success.
—
bison begnn his i
t the Aurora at 8*1
.lr«   20th    inst.   tho
ill give a basket Ral|
e operations   eon
icer   grounds.   A
made in a few daysi
SEEDS
•v.
■Jill "I-?
SEEDS
ery successful dad
i the Alexandria h^
lust Monday night.
The monthly   clean-up  of the in Trout Lake at tlie end of the     With the upptaranoe
Eva mill at Camborne for March month.      Arrange to have your and the snow roads break!
was between $4o00 und $0000.       ;piui.o Uincd. -eUing is not all honey the \:i
m
JptoJPrintinfl or'every description wiil be faithfuHy executed at Hie Review Job DePtt
Ferguson
Freighting
and
Packing
Outfit.
wm
Contract* entered into f"r packing of .Minini; Supplies, eec,
to mi" pni'it 111 iiie district, '
re...ii, promptaervico, and nny work undertaken guaranteed
satisfactory.
S. DANSY, Prop.     Ferguson.
LEGAL
K It i; D 0. KLLIOTT,
BARRISTER, NOTARY
PUBL10, ETO.,
Trout Lake, B. C.    and Ferguson.
.rs .-..- * t -rr f> r.&<CKt.Ct i MM «-*O »*"«>'*** «»«>0«xxk
W     At) rah (Ml SOli       Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham*
t     son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a Home
Foi   Yourself.
Don't Pay Rent.
Easy Terms.
0.B.N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Lund Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Surveyed
and Crown (lrants Obtained
ltS.ld.B«.-S«IllU'CUrJOmee.i(if|_Hki    n   (
WOOD    VALLAIMCE    HARDWARE CO- LTD
Hardware, Miners' Br  plies, Bloves
hi. I   li.ll.V'.'H
NELSON. B.C.
KOTlCK
Tenders (or Mineral Ji-laim forfeited to
liin Crown.
Tenders will l»e received b 'he liii-
deratgned ui> lo l- o'clock, noon, i»n
Tneailay, tlie nth day «.f February, IHOii
for tlie purchase ol tin* undermentioned
mineral elaima. which were forfeited lo
tha Crown at the Tax Sale held in the
tiovernnient  nlti.e  at   KhhIo, B.C., Ul
the 7th day "i Deoember, 1904.
To be considered, all tenders must In-
at lenet «aual t.. the upset "price, ..-
iiivcn below, which is eqoivalent lo the
aiimniit fur which such claims could
have been re-purchased bv the owner*,
on th* HHh ot June, 1U05, together with
the taxes which have accrued aim.' the
tax sale, tl.e coat oi advertising for
tenders, an.l Crwwn lirant lee.
claim !."t **'" L'i let price
: i onaolldated Virginia SDK    $-15,05
Klk 8989       Ml'
■•peculator 39W       44 .isi
Bach tetnler most be accompanied In
. a certified cheque for the full n uni
thereof,   payable   at  par  at   Kaalo,   ii
Isvorol the ondei signed.   The cl
of all nnsneesesfal tenderers will he immediately returned,
R. E. CHIPMAN,
fiiiveriiii.eiil Ai{t-nt, Kfiflo, B.c,
H. N. Coursier
RKVELHTOKE, li. C.
F I K IC     1 N H U I. A S C V.
LOSSES   PAID   l'l'ViMI'ILI
Write lor  Kates.
M.ad Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
CAPITAL P.MO  UP,  53,900,000.00
RESERVt   FUND 3.C00.0OOC0
TOTAL  ASSETS       39.0OOOO0 CO
I>. K. WII KIR, President. ROBERT JAFFRAY.'-Vlce-Pres.
BRANCHES   In the JProvincos ol Allierta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,
Manitoba, Ontario and Queiiec,
A GENERAL BANKING BU8II*TE88 TRANSACTED,
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.—l,'i,,,*.ita re"eiv*».i and Interest allowed ut highest
current rate from .hue ot Opening of account.
llrnrts snlil avaUabla in _u purls, of runmla.
ilnll.'il stiitis and K.urope.
S|*ei'lal attention uli-on to i-.illcotlom. anil
Minim: ll.mds.
Tkoct I.AKE Brascii—
T. U. UAKFR.
rUuMger.
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
THK   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Turk atid Cartage Hum'*. Always for Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
Daily stage leaves  Beaton at IS o'clock for Troul Lake Ferguson and Camborne
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout I.ake for Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch Stables at Trout I.ake, Benton, Ferguson and Camborne
iii'ii.h. MoOarter, .1   A. Harvey
A.M. PINKHAM
HARVEY McGARTER & IMNKHKAM
8OUCITOR8, Kti.
REVELSTOKE   B. C
ttolfotturi im-1 iii|._rluI Hunk of I'aninJs.
W. I. liJUUGB J. M. SCOTT, ia.a.
Scott &, Briggs
Barristers and Bollcltors
Solicitors for Molaon's Hunk.
REVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
RESERVE,
RIGHT OF WAY FOR   RAILWAYS,
Kir.
Notice is hereby given that nil Crown
lamia nlnn** tlie Inrateil lines 'if any railway, power, or tramway Company, incorporated nniler authority ..1 tin*
legislature of thia Province, mnl bav*
ini{ a width of fifty (Ml) feet on eat h
ei.lo of said lines, are reserved for riitt.t
ol way pnrpoaes for snch Ksllway, power
01 triiniway company.
w. -i. GORE,
Deputy Com. of Lauds ut..l Works,
Lands A Works 1'et.t.
Victoria B.C., 3rd Oct., lUOfi.
TROUT   LAKE   LODGE   I. o.O.F
NO. 41
Itrifiilsr niei'lliigs In l.l lu
llitilfelliiw'H   Hull   i.vi-rv
I I.,'- Ill',   nltlil   Hi     **
o'clock     I'tsiiini:  i.r ni,
it*, cordially m,luon>e
O.Jasobaoo, s. 0.
1*. M.aiie|>li«rd. Mac
h
f   ►
L
1   •* 1
City Drug Store
ill
l
\
Hi 1
d.
PROPRIETARY
MEDICINES
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
n
13
IB
School Supplies.
Toilet Af.icleg,
Etc.
STRICTLY CASH
;ji
„
A FULL LINE OF CHOICE STATIONERY.
«_«^i*CM»ctMtit-ce'Cr( s - ■•• w 4__s tft «_-«-«■_€_ _r-cs ._>
'*-»,
■4
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, ■ .©.
Best Hotel in Town,
Heaflquariers k Mini and Commercial hi.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PBOP
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No. .!!>.
AF.   & A.M.
3rd  Thursday each
__!      month.
Bojoorniog Brethren onlisllr Invited.
«i. Forddrcd. See. F.c.Campbell.W.M.
ssbesbesbksbhbsbb:
The Lardeau Brewing
 Company	
Lager Beer
and Porter.
Draft (8b Bottled.
B_BBHBHEBB-EE_t__B_agEB3__B B|
;«*t? *r*^-3_^-^*_^-_-C_-s
j ©K
: Barber Shop
r
— tor a —
Good Shave or Hair Cut
— CALL OH —
William Schnell,
FKItl.l'M.iN.
Hot and Cold Baths
I
A.i'ouiilkiit,      ....       Am111..r.
J. C. HURRAY,
TROUT LAKE, B. 0.
i.it'.'ie comuanys' interests earelully
looked  after.
Aaaotfur Uoorlar'i I'tanoa
FLOUK=
=FLOUR
Starhe? & Co.
.    WHOLESALE DRAT_*R8 in Butter,
l'„Ks,    (Ihee.e,     Prodtloe    and    Krnil
I Houston Bk.Josephias st. Nelson, B.G
i
NOTICK.
The   or.litniiv   annual    general
meeting of the Primrose Gold Mining Com-iuny.   Ltd.   Liab.,  will be
' In-lit nt tho office ol the Company,
• Trout Luke, B.C.J on  Friday, Feb*
; ruary 2nd. 1906, at  II.UO  pni., ior
tho   purpose   ol   eleitiiie;   ilireetor*.
' for   the   eiiaiiin^'   year   and  nn ii
other business as may be properly
' brought before the meeting.
J. M. MILLER, Spo. Treas.
Ilate.Knt   Trout   l.nke. l',.(\ 2nd
day of January, 1906.
The B. C. ASSAY and ( H   HICAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
VlNCODVSR.  B. C.
Headquarters tor Assayers, Mining and
Mill SnpphSS,     Sols a^eirtR in B, 0. Ior
Morgan Craclbla Co.. Battersea, Bog*
Innd : K. W. Itrann A t'o.'a Patent Gary
Furnai'ew,   Burners,   (stC,   r    Win. Aine-
»^rth A Co 11 Fine Balaiieni, etc., ate
Imperial
Barber Shop.
1 <>i . nii.'l Haircntting an.l
Shaving go to
G. A. CHEESEMAN
TltOUT LAKE dry.
Hot and  Cold  BatKs.
Raymond Flour
$3.50 per 100 lb.
NOTICE.
During *>he   Winter   Months our Store will
be open   from   8  a.m.   to   7   p.m.,  except
Saturdays and nights preceding  holidays
A. C. FRASER
Trout Lake
j_n
FLOUR;
-^-FLOUR
M. Westfall & Co.
Mlnm* llrokerH,
Mining l'rni.i-iU.k Iti'imrlt'i! On,
Mm.".nnd ProanaoU Ilouifht and Hold,
M)i.ltii;l'ri>pprtieal.onl<('il Alter for Nun-llcal-
daota.
Trout Lake, 11. 0.
I.in Km.    l..opp
lli«>rilln_<>_c«
* BLssa^ing **=
Col.l or Silver »1 50
(iohlaml Silver »1! 00
Silver anil. Load  2 f.O
Copper    1 001
Zlao U 5t»i
5   SHANNON,  Issayer
Trout l.ak.   B. ('.
LAKEV1EW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE  B.C,
ar well Supplied with Liquors & Cigars
Large Comfortuble Rooms.   Excellent Cuisine and Attendance,
Madden & Levesque
Props
P.Burns&Co
WIlOLKHALfci  AND   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
Dealers In all kinds of Fresh Ment
TROUT LAKE, Bt
F. B. Wells,
HEVEL9TOKE, B. 0.
RAW FURS
J0UGH1
CASH   PRICES   PAID
, i)

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