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TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C., SEP!. 7, "Q05*
N0.44.
Good Ore j Local Mining       iA Paying
On Mammoth. Conditions.'        Proposition.
HOODS NOW   IlKINfi SACKKD|OF     INTEREST    TO    .HOSE CANADIAN TlSlJER AXpJJAW*
Xarbeau transportation rtfeetbobs.
»i:.'i.Mi  STAOK :   I linn.Ml   TBAM.
!_ WILL RUN INTn BIG FIGURES. A SAMPLE BROUGHT
GOWN ALLEGED TO BE
RICHEST IN COUNTRY
Hui
WATCHING THK PROGRESS
AND DEVELOPMENT OK
THE HIGHEST MINERAL
SECTION'OF THE PROVINCE
McLtiOtl,   nil   export  pp..—
111 r tut- ni much experience in dlf*
fcrenl properties In tlii- province
who lias been prospecting the
Mammoth group un Goal mountain f.n the Edward Baillie Syndi-
Mil.I.-. I.ID . vow IN GOOD
POSITIOX TO MAKE MONK Y
FOB THEIR sil \Ki:n<)f,-
DEItS.
Ih in-/   t.r  1 he  unfortunate   erf*
A  millibar  ol   men  enmo in un
, - 1,   . 1 .1     iiiii-jli-ii.eiit of the  liiiiiiiei.-il nffairS
lle-il'V     lll^'lll       ..     Work    Oil     the r
im        .'. 1,    ;        ,1      f.n    ,   1   .-I Hi.  I 1111:1.linn   Timber ami Saw-
.-*ilv.-r ( up.    I luring   the  lull anil
1      , mi 1 1   mill- 1 ninpnnv lull  full, niniiv 01
winter development will be carried '
.,        , f ,      the ..ill- nle   iiiiiI   :i   iiiniilier of the
.11 Mnn ns largo  u force as can be
.-,      Th-ore showings are the   '"- "'   -'-   ""   ,|»   insi.le. I.ilieve.1
cnte, has arrived from the properly bt.M| ,.Vl.,. ,„„,„,.,,,| |„ n,,. history llml ""' I»»Mk»«Hioii was a failure
bringing with him  samples uf are, „• ,|,e nijnt, | by reason nf thc cusl  in vol veil in
tlmt according  to Inn atatcinent, ir
-el.l.iin discovered in this <_untry
About n month ago, saya the
Camborne .Miner. Mr. McLcod
fouiul 11 lend "ii the Sirdar, one "f
1 he . 1.inn- 1 ■ 1 r 111 i 11 u* the group, 'racing thc La.I mi the surface for 11
iliatancc ..f 100 f*. t. Since thai
time tin- lead has been uncovered
and n small shaft has been kuiiIc,
nlni-h brought t*. lighl the richest
ore that has yet been discovert .1 in
thi- division, in fact, Mr. McLeod
state* thai the ore is the richest he
im- -e. 11 during his can< r.   ti
Tlie Triune is shipping o car nf
1 In   1 - .iii-|...rt,-iti..ii   of   the product
in ita markets,  and  other causes.
ore this week.     Another shipment   ll is hard to (ell   lion-this o|dnion
will be made about the 15th. I was  arrived   nt.  more   especially
A1 ri\- I iiiiiev i- busy hauling ..re
fri.in th.- Black Warrior group.
wl
ii'ii it i- known thnt   n test -hi),
>.f tin ore bn- n bright blue east,
which is 11 sun- indication thai tho
values will nmount ui hundreds nf
ounces of silver to the ton. The
samples thai Mr M,-l. - -i brought
with liim will attract attention
anywhere, Due piece in particular,
'weigh '-', lbs, .-mil 1- almost solid
gn y cupper with a large proportion of .-ilv. 1 bron...I.- and black
sulphates.    Seventy-five sacks oi
U. II s.i. ked -ime the
■ ii- ovi ry.
The tend, which oontnius from
f mi' t.. ten Inches ..f clean, soii.i
«.re. di|*s nt a good angle, and has
■ v.ry indication <.f being a permanent one. if siieh should provi
th. case, th.-   Edward Baillie Syn*
'.lii'.ii. luu a f'.rtniie in th. Mam*
moth group.
Messrs, Culver and Benson, tn..
well-known lumber men ..f Washington, were up iii the Beatrice
Inst iv.-ek for the |,iii|..--.- ui making .1 . xaniinntion ..1 the mine
prim to inv< sting heavily in tho
• '..iii|i:iny. \V. understand ihey
left |..rfeetlv satisfied with all
tbey had Men.
- —* -
Mis. A. C. ('iiiiiiuins .in.l Miss
Alma Thomas left Monday for a
tiil> lo the roast
W but might linve proved n
scriousnecident was narrowly averted near Beaton on Saturday night.
Th. stage Iiml left the landing for
Benton with a full oompleiiiunt of
passengers, and thc horses became
unmanageable.     By   the  prompt
net! f tl..- driver the t. am was
succi ssfully piloted into the bank.
Tlie occupants received n shaking
ii], :ni,l the stage was somewhat
battered, but this was nothing to
what would have happened  had
the horset I'.ell allowed lo jn. ll few
*4tmm(":',','v\ lil     tl)   ill front
wns   n   drop of    100 feet.      M I', llll.l
Mrs. Noah Abrahamson and family
were on the stage, but fortunately,
received no injuries.
K.I. Vipond is packing ore from
the Noble Five !.. thc 8-Mile point
on the Ink.-. 1 ni,,,I progress is be*
i * 1 *_ made on this property,
Packer Higginson has his mule
train 'lacking ..r.- from the Mam*
lur.ih group,
Jim < in mi left early In the week
to do some work on the Cromwell,
Tbe owners of the Copper Chief
are taking ..nt some nice grey copper ore. Tin- government bus
completed a good trail to the pro*
port)
i lenrgc < 'arothers is makin*
progress on thc development of thc
Dewey property ou Xlnrrav .reek.
*
Tb. w«>rk ..11 the Baltimore is
showing better result- with every
loot of ^ruiiiiil opened up. Tho
face of thc tunnel i- seamed with
galena and grey copper.
Machine men are in demand at
thc Hi;; tunnel. Tbe driving >.f
the tunnel is being pushed vigor*
busl) un.I.r th.- supervision of
Supt. Andy 1 iarrett.
W..rk on th. lower tunnel oi the
iii.iinl Solo group on Canyon
creek i- progressing. The property
I,,i.k- good iiirl has .ill the car*
marks««f a mine.
Work has been started by the
owners on the Calumet and Hecla
group on   Rapid  creek.    A shaft
will be stink   for   75 or 100 fct on
the lead ami crosscut at thai depth
preparatory to th.- installation of
a stamp mill.
J. A. Griffith has been visiting
llossland this week. An interview hy the Rowland Miner resulted in a column IhiosI for this section of the country.
Th. Lardeau Miniug It. < iew believes it   is  justified in attacking
the iill. iui.es of any journal ulieii
such utterances are given in their
coll st..   vent   personal  spoon.
We hold in. brief for Pool, but we
do for fair play.   Mining Record
nii.l Kelson Tribune please take
note.
T1JK securing of the  contract I First  lhe   ] a k   trail, then wag
for a th re.   year's output of j road, after  which comes railway*
tbe   I,e   Rt.i   mine   I.y   tbe  Trail j ami   the   establishment   of   local
smelter at $8.00 per ton  Is an in- smelters.     We  have  reached  the
dieation  of the  progress made in Isecond stage, and it is only a mat-
men t was never made.     Going in»lt he  Kootenays alone; the  line .f  t>>r of a shorl   time until the third
1 to tin- mutter with  those who are' transportation and treatment,    li.   is renrhed. in a'lay,''neither can a hig  min*
______________________________________________ eral   eo'intrv   be   o|iem-i|   ti|.
>,0QQ ton  contract  was $18 | ei   l.iin.lii..  t- smelter  was 02*2.00:  Vl..ir
eoi,,|,etent an.l  who are in a posi-  1897 the  rate for this mine for n I    In I'.KiO the raw from Thomson _
ti'in I., know, we have no hesitancy
in saying that as a profitable en*
terpt i-e we know of no bettei.
,#,     Onr illustrations depict our
ton. m-d.iv from Trotp Uke the rale is 'pKKni u,(Ml«of conveying nre from
In the-Lardeau, while the re I in*- #l"i \*r ton on silver-lead ores.  In .|lc. ...jnej  t..  Tr,. i:   Uke.     The
i'be   company   owns   somo   32 'ion has  not  been so pronounced.   IHO0,  Ferguson  was sixteen miles smaj|  jiimtration   is   ..f    Packer
i ui ri- miles of as good timber as ■•  ',ilJi ' "' :
-.|imre miles ,,f us good timber al ■'   htM  '"'''"  infficiently  birge  lo fr   transportation;   to-day it is jvipond's   string    brincing   don
there is to  be fotind  in the Koot* ;l11""'  u|e handUng of  ores which only four miles thus further roduc-j .* ,*„.  _,„,1.." while one of  Andy
enav   district,     There   are  large  m the earlier days was im|<ossibii*. ing the est of  handling.   We arc
areas of cedar which will cut into!'' ■■ :l"  evolutionary  moveiin-ni pro'_ri*ssing : "Borne was nol
as fine clear lumber as it is possi
Daney. Bix-horsc teams are shown
built   in the other.
ble to get   in any man. country.      "r'  :l"'1  Mr<   Rob,nson Paitl " The 1st »f S.-pember san  mosl
This   line   of   lumber wui cugj|y visit to the Baltimore  tunnel  last ..ft:,.- ..I  »i*ortsmen among the
bring $40 to »45 per thousand On Tuesday. binls.   I i   bags wer tallied
~ by Al.   Houston,   A.   Craig,   II.
Surveyor Wilkie has a gang with Christie, 0.  Woods,  L Levesque.
him on the  Gloosccap,  one of the
Reward Go's properties
hoard th" ears.   Th.- percentage of
clear   stuff   is   materially   higher
than    even    the   coast   product.
Spruce, fir and hemlock are also in _       _
abundance,  which material is rip*      Mrs.   J. ('.   Kirkpatrick,   rode
equalled for dimension stuff.    The J dwn fro,„' Ferguson  one day thia
location of the mill gives unequal- j,Ve.-k.
and T. H.  liak, r.
The holies of  Ferguson are arranging far special  decorations in
honor of the labor anniversary scr-
•icc which will 1«- held in the ball
J.  T.   Lauthers   has  finished a Sunday afternoon at 8.
large eonlwoo.l contrmi for lhe i-;,:
led facilities for log booms. Onee
tied up there is practically no further cost.   The cost of putting logs,
.ii                 i               .                 i * i    tunnel  peoiile
III  ill.     Imk.iiis   il.ie-   not    exceed  -f *  -—-—.——m— n __■__■
., ,        ,   . . .. nte enough to lose n S10gold niece
per thousand, and  from   many of     Tin*   British  Columbia   p..vein- .,.,       .     , .       '
,     ,. iii i   i ,       Iheeom   has   more   value than is 	
tie   llll.:t-   I.ollh     be  111 l! I" ll   I.'--. iin.nl   In-    liii-iv.    1     leVellll'-to   the ^^^^^^^^
.,..        .., .    '"'"«"'1    reccivej ^i    io*-  sm.{       ,|„nvin._.  bv  re.a on  of  it l-hn-f for a couple ,,f day soiitinp.
lhe mill as it stands now ran do   ..„„,„„(   exceeding   *M<KUMH)  from   ,   . '   ..
Mrs. Hurr.ll hns  been uiifortiin-
Andv Daney Returned fnon N, 1-
soii Monday night, where has Is ■
for a few days mi Inii-in.—
Pete Culk.eii and Dell Heath
came down from th.- Mohican during the week.
Mr. Davi-. of the V. P. I!, .smelter, paid a vi-it to the district
through the week. While here le
visited the Abbott group, Nohli
Five. Cromwell, Triune, Silver Cop
•.•.nl other properties.
Malcolm Matin'eson and Ole Peterson eaine doers  from the Copp»T
l.„sin,-sa. a,, rotit.   audit   „.-,,-   ,7,V,, .*-r "f«>r 17^^ x^-^ ^ .^ I t-W ^ t,,, ^-; iO.   ^* j" ^   ^   ■-. • t. x < , i i-r.      Mrs.   Rarrell        ,..,...,.„ .      .
mat..! after .-, rtain  contemplated   ,,„,-     Tlll. ,„i'i,ctions  e„cced the behevw  s1"'   ",:'-v  •»*»««»•" «1'''1 «"Hidl. Hewry J*x*eon
changes are made, the coet  of cut* e8tinmto made at  the beginning of _f,tt oferLt,w f°ttnter in hw r*
t.nc ete. will  he reduced another Lhc ,(V ni„,,, tll.in $130^».   ,ftUri""  ''-v  ,"i!•,:,k,'•    T1"' '»"'-r
dollar p.r thousand. PraeUeallv  three-fifths of the rev-  "'" * most li,,,T!,1I*v reWOTl,ed «•
The company  bus been  unfar- cnu„ has accrued  from  licenses to r,;turn'"--' "'-',-'""'
tun.it.-  „i   the  past,  but we have put timber upon government lands,
every confidence  that the pronosi* Ma.iv liunhe.',,,,.,,  feared   that the
tion under its pre.-.-,,, management ,.,.,,„;,,,„„,,. lhttt „,| |0^ ,.llt Ull„n
will not only reimburse those who gnvonuncnt |„nds should  be man-
have  invested,  but will pay them(ufactured  in  the  province would
big profits on their ...vestment.       ,.,„„„ ,„ tl||, ,oga ,)f ivv,,nu,   Tll(,
,    . .. . ,     „   reverse lias been tie result,   as  the
Labor   Dav   in   town  passed off ,     _ -    ,
.    , , »_,,.,       revenue   for  the   past   veur   is far
oiiietlv.   and   most uf   the  holiday , ,       .
,' ,      , . , greater than that for anv  previous
makers spent the dav with rod and ,    ,. . ..
, , " i     .     ,   vear in the history of tbe province,
pun.    Large   baps   were   obtained-     ,,        , „   ..     ',. ., .
■--- Consul Dudlev, \ancouver,Brit-
ivithin a   radius   of   o  miles' of the
ton n
ish Columbia.
\
A. fi.   I'laser   lias bud  a .stable
^^^^^^^^^ | nml barn erected at the rear of bis
Mr.   an.l     Mrs.     Maiiross   and I promise*
Grandpa  Manross had a day out
-illionp tho Slllllion this  Week.     We
believe   good    S|«'fl    WHS    llllll,   but.
.... nil.-      ii   i        i .        i i   assessments on his properties,
we also believe liort caught a cold. '    '
Alec.   Lii-i'iii   cm low ii   from
the Triune -bis week m do several
Lawyer Elliott was at Revelstoke
on business Saturday
Will  Wnll.r   came  down   from
tllC  bullion,n   on Wednesday.     ||e
believes it is the biggest low-grndi
proposition in the country.
As wo have sai.l before, the
Rkvik" i- worth $2 and costs $S
a vein. If you owe us a 2-spot it
will  certainly mako you fed good
t.. pay it.   Try it I
Heaven's Reflex—Lardeau
|ol.A('K GREELEY'S advise to young men was to
" Go West! " Millions have followed it and have
made tb.ii fortunes, If you through force of circumstances are unable to follow it personally, send vour
money out. Select out tits that will handle it squarely and
honestly, and it will return unto you a hundredfold.
If you are looking for an ideal spot to spend your vacation
either this vear or next, write us for information. We will
send you nhotogrtiphl that will show to some extent the
beauties of the district.
If you are interested financially in any of our properties.
Combine business with pleasure and take a look at your investment and at the same time enjoy a few weeks admiring
tne glorious works of creation.
Ii  is  invigorating, to say the least, to get behind a good
four-horse team poing at a 12 mile gait down a mountainous
road where an accident would mean oblivion. I>id you ever
try it ?     If not, come out and do s.v
We  will take  pleasure in supplying any information.
Write us.
Arc you a laboring man ? Then
note ! There will be a si.ecial
labor anniversary sermon preached
in the Methodist church Sunday
morning at 11 a.m. Decorations
of a most unique character will be
arranged in honor of the occasion.
Everyone is cordiallv invited. Service also in the evening at 7.80.
and   Sam    liiilerliill  came  down
from the Triune on Tuesday.
I'm: Sale.—-One of the finest
residences in town ; good garden.
A bargain.   Apply, A. W. Edge <>r
J. C. Murray.
Mrs. .!. Ilellliek is vi-itiliu' a'
Nelson. 	
Mrs. w. Adam-, of the Cedar
Valley ranch, rode in on Mm*.lay
Mr. and Mrs. W. Sciim.sk an
visiting Nelson.
The O. T. W. mine iu OlinghoUM
canyon, Nevada, on which a large
ledge of low-grade ore has been
found,  has  been   bonded to W. K.
Bingham for $15,000 bv J. It. Hen-,,  . ,     .     ., ,
,      ,. ' brill, in samples for   the  oro and
derson,  the discovert r and owner.;       '   ,,       , .,.
I vegetable exhibits.
Exhibit! for the Nelson Fair
which arc being sent from the Ur*
.lean must reach this office not
later than Wednesday next, the
13th  in st.    There  is  still time to
Mill Supt. Kennedy has movi
into the residence of B. Madden.
(Irent  Britain   is   preparing toi    Thc examination of the zinc d.-
.cnciit its millions of inhabitant- po-it- of Kootenay undertaken by
by applying the principles of mun* the  Dominion government began
icipal ownership to  the  telephone I this week.
system uf the nation.   Six yean
hence the National  Telephone Co.,
" the  monopoly   of   monopolies,"
with an issued capital of over
145,000,000, will be bought by the
nation at its plant value, and the
postollice will commence its ambitions ami difficult tusk of providing cheap telephones.
K K. Chipman, the genial gold
"oinniissi.'iier, is likely to assume
n new role shortly, It is quite on
the curds that he will officiate as
judge at the proposed baby show
at Nelson Fair. Mammas and
papa's can now enter the competition with confidence, for what the
commissioner doesn't know about
babies isn't worth knowing. If
the Fair folk will guarantee freight
oharges wo might ship a carload of
high-grades from the printeries.
The average man sums up the
termination of hostilities between
the Jape ami Russians as follows:
Japan   has  the   prisoners and the
credit ;  Russia   lias   M peMe   with
honor'' and the experience.
11 T. Rainbow, of Kaalo, brother*
in-hiw-olect to Rrer Webster of the
Kootenaian,   was  taking  iu   tho
lights of the town this week.
T. B. Maker and 11. Mel'lierson
visited the Old Gold this week.
Our hanker was edified at the
amount of ore ho saw there. They
also visited the Jewel, on which
Johnny Kennedy and Hill Grifflts
are working. A strike of clean ore
has just been iniide on this property which will yi lid V>ig values.
F. T. Abey has secured the cou«
tract for carrying the mails. _%jm*mtmH\\
tt-—' ' '—
THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
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By us ii jj Wat'er supplied by this
Company y u are assured of absolute purity, tu.vcrnnicnl Analysis
to ba< k up statements. :::::::
Hugh McPberson - - Su f 1
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POOL  AND   HIS   CRITICS.
Editor Lardeau Mining Review
Sir,—I   notice   in   your issue of
Sep.. 1st you make some comment
on the article which appeared In
th. August number of tbe li. C.
Min inn Record of Victoria, in ref*
 i oe to the meeting of the Groal
North, rn Mine- and W. II. Pool.
Although an uninterested party in
piUifi' oat i, but a believer in Brit-
i-h fair play, I quite appreciate
the stand you take on behalf of
Mr. Tool, and if vou will permit
jnc space in your valuable ps-l1'''' _uvs ,1)08t
I will offejr furtlu r explanation in
the mutter.
I happened to Im one of the
party thai was on the ground
m hen the phenomenal rich showing wns found on the Lucky .lack
(the claim in question), and helped to take out many of tbe rich
pi i iii, ii- which Mr. .'nol is
alleged tp 1 ave shown the provincial mineralogist for tho purpose
of favorably influencing hi- expected otlii.ial report, and if this is all
that  the  Mining Record can harpIrefilieU  ,„..,. „„. „..,.,,,
up against  Poors mining promo-|enUy g*,ver ,„*_•__ ,_ „„.
in If of August makes tho inefl tise
about two cents |nr ounce, r - compared  with the e..n'e.spoiiiliiiL' perj
iod last year.
The exports  of silver from the
United  slates   from   January   to
July,    inclusive,    were    valued   at
$29,362,550; based on an average
of .".'.i eim- per ounce,giveso quantity of 54,214,409 ounces. Appar-
entlv there has be.-n a decrease of
4,447,375 ounces, or about 8 per
cent in this year's shipments,
which is explained by the smaller
purchases by India, and a temporary cessation nf demand from the
Straits Settlements. The far east
f its silver through
London, hence the bulk of our exports are made to (iieat Britain.
An interesting featun of the
BUver situation is the lar-- imports
this year. In the seven months
ending July 81, thc United States
received $18,121,296, which, compared with $15 156,617 last year,
shows an increase of $2,964,679, or
over 19 per cent. The greater
part r.i tin--.- imports was from
Mexico, ' 'entrnl and South America, and consisted of bullion to be
Evid*
ver in ining in these coun-
lR, W. EDGE
Painter -—.
Decorator.
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asterson, Griffith
tf^\ ..■■*"■ --. —       ........
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MP*-*— -    * T   ' 	
TROUT    LAKE
II. 0.
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watoh-repoiring,   etc.
t luarunlced,
All   work
J,  A,
# "4_•
t.ons m this district, bts reputation, ^ ,,„„ reeeim] U|. im„etU8 Ultl|
will sti.i.d. par excellence. ,,,,.    .,.,,,,,„,.     |-    ,„,,.,.,.    ,,„,„..
o.,r Provincial   Mineralogist at Americans, it is worthy ot remark,
the   time he   visited  the  Poplar sll;1.c   ,„ ,,„. ,„,,,;„ „,ir , in th(.
camp.,   was   keenly   criticised  by mlnertt|   indu8trv  ,„■   neighboring
nearly   ,-i.iy   prospector   in   the  ,.,„,,„.;,..    ;U„,   iUlr   ,,.,,,.., ..   ;in.
gamp for not speudtng more time ,.,.,,, b, ;li, ,.,,,,, t|
with in that be might give us Summed up it maybe argued
what they arc pleased to term an that ,hl, lUvor m.irk„t wHJ ,.,,„.
('official report." But, instead, .*„,„. rtr.„,. ... |ong a8 ,,„.,.„ is no
]„■ examined   (auspiciously)  some f.hil],,r |f) thi. Itl:lM:l.^..j-i.,j ,„,;;,.,- (lf
P1 the rich si inaens shown him. the smelter trust, which practically
and spent the  bolanc.   of his time ,.,,„,,-,,;. the situatii n in thia i o_n*
promenading   th-  railroad   gradi   ,rv. and „„„ „   |,,mjnan* v,,-„ ;,
(the only boulevard the town could certain d   -        j abroad.-  Mining
boa.-t of at   that  time) while wait-   Record
i11*_" for the mxt outgoing train.
Olilfelliiws Blocl Tut Late, B.C
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review." ::::::
Snsokers' supplies in
great* variety.
Sfm*  you want :o SeIX
i       you went to BUY
General
Merchants,
r
At the tunc of his vi-it  free gold
vil'b I-   TO CO-OWNERS.
bad bum   bund   nt Cascade creek  To Robert FirHn.oi to whomsoever I
three miles below   I'oj.liir.  andupi    may have tinnaferred  hit interest in
the   valley  as   far   a-   Tl nderfoot
the   I C .  I....... >iar. Smuggler and
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        I     I'kii.l: i". n.-ral i
creek, a distance of about 10 miles.    Tuk.- notice ilmtl, thp tin.iei
i     i ;.    ..    , ...  i)    t .  ..   l. ro-ownei   willi von  in  the -l i  . Lone
Looking west up Poplar creek ii a Bur   H|| .,_,..,„,* „„,,    ,.,.„,,   ,
nietaliferous belt ..i country ex- clalma, a<i   • ■• nn lie«<1 ot i ike r k.
tending 12 miles back to the gran* ft* ■     /
it.' belt, and in that dietsnoe pretty aaaarv a-mk nml made tho ncceaaarywi
i i ■   i   « « pandit i    i -   above*,nn-i.i ■
nearly any kind of formation can _?_._ ......i
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
- I ,iv,- aeveral <-,,.!- r, >per-
■ listed >.ii which good lei ma
..111 lie im I.
Lcrdeau Mines Exchange,
■■  I.el I. U   "  lillilllill
I , .- 1'   i.l.k-  .
claim* f»r the yeni 1906, in order to hold
be found : some •" perplexing that the rani* under section -4 "f tbe Minnr*
,,       , .. .  ,   , . ,n  .iii.  .oi,I  lhe rear  f<• t   irhirh cii.!
it would n.i.k. a   Dana scratch Ins moTk wtt„ Krf„rinei|  [„,viii*_ ex,.!-
head.    In his " official report ' our herein  _n>- vn notice that if wilhii    I
, ,        .    . ,    .        ,-.,-, dayi i - n   '!"■ ii'~' I'tibl rati, u
learned provincial mineralogist did V(„, fail oi refuse I 'mril  v„„r
pot tell us   whether the rich show- porl I   rxpend
., ,, ,        ., an.l c..^ i  '  ill  this advertisement   i,
jngsin   the vall.-v  o..me from tin v„„r ,,',„„... Ih .     .    | mineral ell
lower  deptbt,  or   WHS  ao enrich-  will bi'   mie the pi  •   i     »t Iheundti    .
..,,,. liuned m lei ind bi virn Ion 4
ment from the higher mountains, or „ni„. \uMn\ Al., Ameudmeni .Act.
came from the alleged new planet, i:MI-
.     ,.   ,        _ l-i-.-i ilu- Gth diiy nf Sentemher, i i.
Ih-' \ nlciii Star. ,.„,.-, -.!,,„, u-   , „ ,
Iu conclusion.  1 firmly believe    Sep* "
.Mr.  POOl has been conscientious in
ull his dealings in the district, and
pie only accusation I could bring
against  him Is that   he  allowed
himself to Le carried away too
pi uch by other   nun's   enthusiasm
Who-,     i xpeli'liee     ill     . 'her     i.'.,|i|
pimp- v, as limited,   and.  probably
leu like many of us who follow
pnisp. • liia' and mining as an
avocation, has learned by bard*
pirncl experience thai thii
in.t wl,at they .seem. Thanking
you f..r th- valuable .-j ace In your
esteemed |,.i|„ i. I an., yours res*
p ii fully. in \-. L. i -ii-i'.
Triune min.-. Ferguson,
Sept. 5,1905.
NEW YORK LIFE ASSURANCE
COMPANY.
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TUOS. TAYLOR, Agent.
Revei
Dentistry.
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ni   r,|\   ,,ll   It,'.
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then  they built brani
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ami nre im| rot i
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I'n yon Imv Pol   fi
from '• rHORPK>
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FERGUSON
i
Smith & 6o.
43 lilt-ury Street, MONTREAL.
H1GH CLASS TAn.0R8.
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Wll,1   he represented in
.lean     nl     reu'iilnr
. i.- i.  ...  .i. .   	
Hie Lar
^^^^^^^^^^     inn
tliriiti_li,,iit tint  yenr.    ilr'-i-
for i-l.it 1.1ti. will I. -eivu cluie n'lcnlinn
11      i.-|,i,-., iitntl >■ .-, iij 1" in ll.'. 'I i
LAI I  h  ill KHUt'BON in ,i fen .«■■
The*
owing Cc.
• ■ rs cf
THE   RISE  IN   SILVER
For tin lir-t time in -i.\ mon thi
tl.. pi ii < .,f ijlviT hap _-"i ■ al
t0 i i-nts. On August 19 tl- i| a,
t;itii.ii was <ii vents, which is appreciably more than vas n i„-ited
a year n^'o     Tin- tlmt the
demand In th. far i •-. il the larg*
eat consumer Is gradually re\'iv
in^. In July the average pri«
was ,58915 cents, srhicli was tbe
highest since February, when
,6102'. wn- reached,  and  In  J
.cents,    I
months this ycai   the avcrani
and adding tl-
Fino   Lags
c~.i Porter
R.Rtistcrerl.Co.    -    Props
H.  N. Coursier
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ii ■ .ii  mi pall ,,n u . ,,i
,   line.
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Mail order! corafully »nd   promptly
(oi and Net*
ntl"'        \.'-i,t for Slut
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A. R. Ill;VI.AM).
PHOVINI IAL l.AMi -l livi '. OB
Mineral < Hslma Surveyed
POPLAR, KASl.i,.
4m-
Trout Lake
i-   the   tin;.    • •   \  ii to
'.. Bu .  -   :-     Neii r «. re
lie     1",     -p. . IB III   1 > l|.'ll8t.U
HI    bi iL'lll
NOW
n
m
Ths   Town   of   Fl.hi.I -
w ill   be   iiiii-  nl     11,.      (ite.,11 )«t
i it- 1'rodnujng * amps in tbe
World. Thf high degree of
it -Iii. i ed bj the
no memos U'KA I.I 11 V and
PRACTICAL BRI ll-ll and
A MERU A N M I N I .'* '■
i 0I1P \ NIES no« 'i- rating
there i*. a Iribt lo Ihe
tremendous wealth •   the bills
.-
P_
Public Bob ml, Hoapltal, nnd
oilier Institutions, I tuellenl
VVaterwoi ki system    Htroeti
Stores   and   lb -i.b neea MI•»-
ui d  bv   Plectri.-tu      I buly
iniii   it rvlce.      I be   i, w nsite
is oiiHiiiibiv im ■ on I    < lot in
\ii\V  on   ii,-  ground   I'
Lota can  now •
i Ron
$75 "■• :
TOWNSITE AQENT
g HENRY FLOYD
RRVEI^TOKfc. B. C.
^^nx^mm^>:%{rxr > r>[r ■<■
■'
• •.
tll)c Dotel ffieat
BEATON.
it c.
-run:-
-o-- Ing •
via Arrowhead, will Iiml  Inn ||
101   hivll-ClHM   t'l.-l. I     ,      „,.
npponitcil nnd   i
patroni   . laitors to tha I .,-,i, ,,, ,.,„ ,.
W. BOYD <- -:- Prop FERGUSON HOTEL
The noted home lor traveller., visiting
Ferguson, B.I I,
A well stocked Bar ol the choicest I.i [ouri. Wines, etc.
McDonnoll &  Black
Proprietot
legal Notices.
CI
NMCATKH ov  IMFItqvr UBNT.
NOTICE,
mineral rjlwin    Itnate iu Lhe
Lal,,-   Milling   Hivi- iiii. 'if   \\,->i
'
I,., itedi      \!, en   _va niile-
i -.in   I .-.ut  l.nke.
- t in' 1. (llmrles Copp, free1
iflcato So, 1183,180, mien I
Iter il'.i- hereof, to apply t"
ill   Itooorilet   lor Certifier I
■   lor the pui .btain
i.niir- ot the above claim
,   taki)  in.'i- •   that    ctio
    ,.  in u i   bs  coinn
lance ol   -,,-!■
i-     Dated il.b 15th dav ol
,     "1.
; i 05
'..III.  I
He eral i - ite   in the
jj. •   Mining DI. latou ol M -.
^K mil hid- ,,f l.i.r
Hi. "-ii  l;..| ■    and I'oplai
S       \ ,•.-,   iiml  1   i rod C. Klliott,
^K, - .. rtiHcate N...  B88042,
^H j ,,n.    he
^K Mil
^m. ol   Improvements, lor the
i  obtain ng .' town fii
laim.
id furthei Uke not u tion,
,   .17.   ll.u-t   In mn
. ■ r'.iti. ate
j '...;-     111.   .I.n     .,f    Julv   s.i..
fl   r Jill  i
NOTICE.
Silver ChiefT No. 2 Mineral Claim iltuate
in tl,- in.ui Ink- Mlnins Division >.f
v.- i Kootonay District. Where locat«l:
"in Hold (mlch, ii tributary of Gainer
er—k.
Take Notice that  I, Fred <'. Elliott,
1   -i <    n,,, I'.ssiirj, acting M agoni lor
l: rt IV Voung, F.M •'. No.   B8804I
inti id ilxty aaya trom tli- date
lien i toapply t<> tl.- Mining Recorder
lor u Certificate ol Improvement! lor
il,, |,in-, ,,-,• of obtaining a Crown grunt
.,f i li- above claim
And   farther  lake  in.lie- tlmt actloii
,    tion 87  mail  t>- commenced
', ,,.,- il,- laauanceof iuch Certificate
«,i [mprovomenta,
Dated thia I'.ith .lay .bine, a.i.. 1905.
jun 23-05
NOTICK
/.. ■ , ir> nn-l IO ririir.'lnli-inliirriil clalnu, alt*
im*.   in tha 'l i, ...t  i rn.,   Mining Division of
\..  • K.H.lena} -li-i rlcl
\\ i,. i.. I,.,-ui, -I :   -•• .uili.>r Lardo KlrerarM
, 11 ii.ij.iiiiinii ii,<- Ure*u*r New York
..
i.illw Hint  I. Kree Jacob*, agent Ibi
i   i     loli  .,,-,   f".  miner*! <->-rtiti,nt-  No,
, ,|.,\ - from iln- dale here-
. i . nil... io tlie Mining Iteoorder for a Cer-
-,i  Improvei t-. I ..- t he put |itwe ,,f
, , - ,n n itrniii ,,r -1,, above  claim,
notice thai action, under
- .-I i.i.t .it. nin-i !„• .,,in in, i,,-,, I  beforeth. .-■
-.inni-i't.r-ii,-l, ,   iMl.i.i. ,<1 Improvement*.
I.Mll ,111.1 ,,l Im,.-. A.l... I'.".'..
■in I', I IIKJi JACOBS.
NOTICE.
Mori 'in in,-! l. /unlna nnn.ml clultna, -li-
nni,- in Un   I mnl Lake Milling no ,-, i
Weill K.ooU'11 ,r illktrlct,
w here I. cuur.l nn noutll llde "i l.u.-'l..
m,, i nml -I,,-, -1, hi mi. i-t ui i hebyuvli llllll.
i-nii claim.
'inki- noticeiiml i, i\ i.. ii.iiiiiiini,diioik for
ll. T. Illlwortli, li,-,- inln,-i'- oerllneuU- No.
HtmilR, Intend, nlxty day* i iiiiii iln- iiuii- hereof, I- apply to Hi, Mlnlim Keoordor tor u cer-
inln..I.- .1 Improrei. cut* for lbs |>ur|m»e of
ontiilnlnga Crown Omni ..i the above claim.
All.l  ru It ll. -I  lain- until.-, - t lint   net......    ler
m ,-iinn 87. mum  lie commenced hefore the In-
■u&iiuti ,,i tuch ,-inii, .il, ,,! Improvetnenlit.
Dated thl« 15th iluy ol Juue, A.l).. \VA
j.in in
P,   I..   Ill II.M.l.N.
Ni.ll.'i;   I'll   |.|-:i.l.s.(l l-.N'l' CO-OWNER*
Ii pays to ni" tha Telephone. A
longtliv trip can often be igved. > Ifflcei
i-i KurguMon. Cumndni' Store ; Trout
bake, Poll Office ; alio at Beaton, ...in-
aplix and Arrowhead.
: -K*
11
Balmoral Hotel.
.
POPLAR      DIRECTORY1
I'o Jamei <Iranti R. <>. Macl eod and
.biine. Bouchior, or to whomaoi vei
tliey mav have transferred their in-
teres! In the Slate r.ineral claim.
Take in,ii— thai I, the underalgned
co-owner with you In the Slate mineral
i .un, -iniaic on South ilde of Lardeau
river between Kapiri and r.»i>!ar creeki
in the Trout l.nk- Miulng Diviiion ol
Wesl Kootenay, have iierformed the
in-.-,■• nry work and insi.lt.* the necttaiat)
expenditure on the above mentioned
claim lor ihe vean 190J and lu05, In
order to hold the aame under lection "4
of tlm Mineral Act, an.l the yean for
which ^ni.l work un- pei d iriuea and ex-
penditun made having expired, I hereby give you notice that it withlu90dayi
(run. the liir-i publication horeol ;...n
fail nr retuie t.. contribute your proportionate ahare ..f iuch expenditure and
pay the coataof ti>i» advertisement your
intereal in the laid mineral .'laim will!
become the proiierty .,f the undersigned '
.iii.l. -. and l.v virtue ot lection 4 of the.
Minerul Act Amendment Act, V.W.
Date.' at Trout  Uke thii 17th .lav oi
July, 1D05. JAME8 SNELL,
CVOw ne, .
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
1-
i _<5_
VMtori to Ferguson may rely upon ths very best ol
accommodation at thl» well-known hotel    Koonn are
well  inriiislie.l thtougbout.    The Bar ii itocked with
H choici ii-.-,i ■ in-ill ol palatable queuchers,
Under the Management of S. Slinger
_>
Royal   Hotel
I   Fancy Bar,
Musical Kntertainmcnt
Bulletin   Board, World's
Mining Newa.
E L. JIORAND, - PROP.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
KVKIlVrillVU   HEW   AMI    KI llsT-f'I.AKH   IN   ALL RHBPKOTB
Fire  Proof Safe
'I'll-iioimt. is moi-ki'il with  tin-  f-.'-t  Win.- anl I'luurs nn I l.v HM.rk.it.
Trout    Lake,
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
SOTICK.
■ in I eral ola
the i r>,iit I .1.   Mining  I >i\ i
lv--. i I.
.. - . -I Cup
^^I^^^^H^^Bt I.    r>
I.- - . 1'.   '.
\       .1.11-   il.'ll,
tt>  :i(ii    I.,    ibe
ng   Ite. '    Oe    "I
,,i ..'.
•    I",'     , .1 .ilii    l,I     tl,-    n II,ie
■
.
___^Beiii**.
nii..A.D 1905.
NOTICE.
Copper Queen mineral claim, iltuate
in Hi- Troul l.nke inining division ol
H.--! Kootenay district.
Where located: On Silver Cup noun* I
tain, about ljtj railea from BilverCup'
mill.-.
Ink- notice iln.i 1, Frederick C'harlei-
Elliott, F.M.C. No. B88042, acting ai
agent lor Charles L. Copp, 1" M.C. No
11831.1, Cbarlei McKicholl, K.M.f.
No, B78011. and John W, Westfall,
f.M.C. No. B87964, Intend, sixty .la..-
fri.m the .late hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate ol
Improvements, for th- purpose of obtaining a Crown inuiit ol thu above
claim.
And  further take notice that action.
under lection M7, uin-t  lie i menced
before the iituance ol Certificate of Improvements.
Dated tliin llth dav of Aug., 4.0.1906.
118-8-1005.
Is Under tin- sum- Uanagemeut.
Kirst-ClaHS in  every  respect.
The Travelling  public carefully
taken care of.
.. .     v,
i   in,   W
■ ..tit.
s,,|l. i:   1.. |i|-:i.lN({l KNT OO   (.UNI 11
to D   R    "il.T-eiiniiii ..r lo whomsoever
be limy haw transferred Iiii  intereal
in th- 1,inl,in nun,-ml claim.
Take Notice that I tlie   undersigned
•i.-oMi-t  with   you in tlie Kmbr.i mln*
.,.ii iltuate mi -..nth tide r-( l.nr-
• i .  r vei  between Rapid and Poplar
r.-.-k- in t!.eT'i....t i ..k- ii ning diviiion
•i W, Kootenay, have performed the near) a'ork and made tbe neceakerj ex
|.r-ii.|itiire   ..ii    the    above-mentioned
■ •  the yean lOCM and 1906, in . .
irdei to hold the sam. U-r lection -I   Win ii l.x.kinji for n plai
\lii.-ral   A-t. mmm^^^^^^^^^^^B
h liieli nud work wa- pel fori 1 ami -_- j
;-.•!..limn- nude luvinj*. expire,!. 1 here-
by give yon notice that if within 00
dayi Irom '.lie tii-t pnblication hereof I
,-ou fmi ..r retoaa to contribute your pro-1
ate share ol luchespendltureand
pay the coats ..( thii advertisement,
v.nir interest in tin- -ai.l mineral claim
will become the property of tha under*
& Nelson • Props.
:, da]
i.i.-.l under am' by virtue ..(  »-eimnl
,,t     tin-   Mm-l.il   Act    Amen.Im. nt   A.l
I'.c! at Trout Lake this 6Ui .layuf
Inly, i'n', lki-.i. C. Ei i iott,
July 7. 05 Co-Ownei
^^^^^^^^^      to i-jM-titi
y..ur holidays, bear in mind
tbflt Trout   Lake   is   an
ideal   summer   rcr-ort.      Tha
gcenery and climate are magnifici nt
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ber   Mth,   l».j:i.   will   nail   us  follow-.',
weather pel Hi 1111nj_-.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comaplix, twice daily—ink ami ">k.
Leavin-.'  iieaton  and   (.'omaplix  for
Arrowhead, twice  daily — 7:15k  and
Il2;45k.     Making   l^ll^.     ooooectioni
with all (.'. 1'. It. Steamers and trains.
The  owoen  reeerve   the   right   t..
lobange   times   of    sailinj*a     witlmut
notice.
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Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   S_
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Lardeau
Hotel
t.
Bna
ft
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
i\Afjl"'-N ■"i-r-.itiv»k Pergmon you
. W I ihould stay at the Lai ilea u
'.        '    Hotel.    Here  the   visitor
Will     1.'     -111 I Olllul-.l    wiih
limine cotnforta,   Excelleul
cuisine,     well   ventilated
and    warm   roomi,   well
ttt.'.ke'l bar.   and   everything which
tei iln tuwnrda  making your \i-it a
|.l-.i.-;inl uml memorable one.
Ruti'i from $1  fin}' ujiwarils.
Wc istrive hi please our patrons.
FERGUSON.
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Wi
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j] MACKINNON  and
_ SUTHERLAND
We have all the Latest in
MATS. ■
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We can clothe from head to
!        foot in a princely style.
Summer-Weight Suits
Make you feel good.
htit
■ GTJSON - - B. 0.
TROUT LAKE CITY
THER— have been fortunes
made by judicioui investment in Heal Ektate, nml
more fortunei will be made than
ever the next two or lliree yeiirs.
The one ivhu reii;.f the harvest il
tu.* original inventor, for ho hna
his mnuey on a certainty.
Now let ii- point .mt to vou thnt
th i ■ [■ no hi ttei spot on the i on*
' • >ni to buy Ke.il Astate than
TROUT LAKE
Trout Lake li the prettieal *.(".'
iu the Knotenaya; as a pleasure
ie- irt ll has a-, equal. Boating
iiu.l lihliii.^ may lie Indulged in
the year ruuml; while bis game
in ii'iiiml.in, e i- to ihe found <>n
ilie hills li- I'liini.ie i- i iperb,
being no -rent extremes, it
being mild  in wn ter and cool In
Miuiiiiei'.       ll e.ui I., ii-: .1   - mie ot
i he tiii■ -—t hotels and ri Biilenccs lit
I'iiiisti ('i.liniileii. It-. streets ate
well  laid out nml etui],-,i.   There
lit','    two    eXCellelll     oe ..Till   Miil'i'S.
aud ii glmice nt lhe advertisements
iu tins journal will show ih.it all
imiles me fairly well represented.
Write  with confidence tu Agnuta.
H. McPberson
Agent,
Trout Lake, B.C.
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Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.
• iii
i*   ••
Then call on
or   write  to
vr
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J
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T has never list! ii ' boom ' ita
growln hiis been steady. It is
tho Ii.-ail (,f navigation, ami
the terminal of the Lardo branch
of the C.P.R. All roarli (in the
1.in.I. au i l> ad to Trout Lake. It
is the commercial <•• ntre f the
richest mineral district on the
continent, and 1ms banking fmili-
ties provided by th.* Imperial
Bank ..i Canada ; first-class school
in .. in in* tt 11 (on uniler i he dicer-
ii ,n of s Shannon, B.A.; s got .1
w.ii'i system; government offices;
Count) l r-uri sittings; Methodist
Episcopal m .I Anglican churches
and .iiii.-.. |i..-| itnl.
There are valuable ranch lai di
on the outskirts awaitlns settlers,
Its lu hi ber resources are msgnifi
cent, md s bsnd miw mill wlib »
i spurity of 60.000 ft i er day is si
t i, ml ol the Ink.-. Tbe mini i
trihutuiy nre proving out bigger
I oducers every year, with new
l",-i..;- opt ning up itcli I odiee of
n
Tl. it w ill be ii hi;; rush Ihis
sit miner, so if you would kin.w
more,  w rite si  once lo i it bei of
the ngeiltri  it  the ml.ii.--. |  I | l,,\v
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
il
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uhr.uiauiuuauu^ Job Printing of every description will bs faithfully executed at the Review Job Dept,
|ww^gwjLAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAI.ii. B. C.
&
FAIR
1905.
3   - - DAYS - -   3 ^
Commencing SEPl'EMBKB   g
20th,    Larger and better than
ever.     Kverytiiilij.' ni'vi mnl up-   fc^J
to-dutc. [All kinds of open air pjj
attractions Bach day BOine- *Jh
thing interesting,    i'ou will ^p{
meet ..I.I frieuili* I here. ppj
Single hue on all lines of
travel.
Write f..r prise list,
J. E. Armable Sec.
BAR WELL M ITI.IKI) WITH
Liquors and (Eigars
Large Comfortable Rooms
Kxcellent Cuisine.
UIT.GAL.
VII E DC. E I. LIOT-t,
UAHKISTI R, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
ilii i
i
'1.  ni Lake, M C.
in
id Pel "ii "'i
.l..,i. s. M-i iii-i-r.
\     U     I'liiLlinui
j   a. Harvey
Madden & Levesque
Props
HARVEY McGARTER & PINKHHAM
BOLICITOBB, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   B. C
,11, I ton toi' Imperial Hiinli of io..nU
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THE   I'lONKKK
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City Drug Store
PROPRIETARY
MEDICINES
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
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Bolioo] Supplies,
Toilof Article*.
Etc.
BTRfCTL Y 0A8H
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A .ULL LINE nl-' CHOICE STATIONERY,    i*
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.1   M. SCOTT, n h.
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Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack ami Cartage Horse- Always for Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
Scott & Briggs
Bnrristei - and Polieiloi i
Bollcitors for Ifolson'i Hank.
PEVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT  LAKE,  B   C
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J.N    Till-:    MATTER    OF    TIIK    " CoM-
PA.VIES'   W'lNbl.Vr.    II'   .\<T.   I8U8,
.am. Amending    Acts,"   \m>   is
TIIK     Mliri.U     iii       nil.     SlLVEM
i'n' Mikes,   I.num.   XoX-pER-
gOKAL I.IAIlll.n'V.
' lie Silver Cn|. Mine*.. Limited N',n-
Personal Liability, has _•<>n<- im<> voluntary liquidation under the above Act.
slid I.n-a|.i...ii'tel Krland .i. Hadow,ol
tin- i,,«n ..i Ferguson. B.C-iaccountant,
Its liquidator, for il..- i nrposes of soch
winding op.
The creditors of the above Company,
nv Ii it'll has ii- head office in -ni-i town i.i
Ferguson, and all other.- having any
claims against said Company, are required on or before the Hrsl dav of
September 1905, tosetid t,, tlarvey, M.-.-
Carter ,v Pinkham, solicitors f..r-tti.l
liquidator, at their offices, First street.
Revelstoke, H.C, tln-ir names an,I ml-
.lre*.-ei- and descriptions, and tlie full
iiarticula*. of tlieii debts or claimi verified by oath, unrl the nature and amount
uf the securities, if any, held by them,
nml ilu- epecifled value ol Biicli -.-, -
unties, and if so required by notice
in writing from hiu-I liquidator or
Ins solicitors i" some in and prove
their aaid debts or claims in the usual
way, ut mi, I, nine and plaoe up shall be
r|,,-rllie.l ill Ittcll ll.rli.-e.
After the hhi-I 8ml day of September
li'U'., ihe r.ni.1 liquidator will proceed to
distribute the assets of the ('.,-ii|r:iiiy
inn..ng   the   parties   entitled   thereto,
having regard   only to   the claims of
which he then has had  notice, und the
liquidator will nol then be liable foi the
rn-M-i- or nny inirt thereof so dial ributed
to any  person of  whose claim he had
nol nnii.-.-at the time of the distribution
thereof,
liuie.l this 10th day ot July, 1906,
UK LAND li. IiADOVV.
1.101 II, ,|,,|.
Daily stake leaves   flealon at IS o'clock for Tront Lake Ferguson and Camborne
l.,-.tves Ferguson, via Trout l.nke for 1 ..-:it-.n at ? u.in.
Branch Stables ;.it Trout Lake, Beaton. Ferguson anJ Camborne
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
500 Cords
Skbwood
FOR SALE....
Best Hotel in Town,
Beaflprtm fur KM. and Canercial Ma
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PBOPRIETCR
W.  Abrahamson Lennoxville"
^^-Hotel,
E. MOBBS   PROP
Contractor
CapiUl Anthorised. $4,000,000
Capital [paid np] - 8.600.000
[test   -       -      -    :;..MK.,oi)0
K. ail Of fine:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO-
Branches in the Northwest Territories, Prnvincevot Britisl Col unbia, Manitoba,
i Intario and Quebec.
T. It. MKUIMrr. President.
E. HAY, Assistant tien. Manas
D  i;. WII KIi:  Vice-Pres ami lien  Man.
W. MOFFAT, Chlel Insueetor
Tn.ui     Lake,    B.    ..Branch   A    Orncial       «nkmk.    Pntlail    1 rgnwcttrd
Savings '' 'partment—Deposits received and Intsresl allowed,
Drafti Bold -i\inlai.l.. In nil parta nfOanodt.
['..in-,I .-i.if,-- nn,* Europe.
Special nttenl <... .^.-i.en t iltectloos ...nl
Ml....iir l!.,.,,l-
r. It. IIAKIiR,
rtanager
Apply. And Bu'Wer*
Jack Crawford or IM? Mgtw «f the Ahraham.
SOfl Addition to the
Townsite.
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
GERARD
B 01
TROUT   1 \Ki:   I.ODOE   I. 0.0.F
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Foi   Vour.self.
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Ti SCAN   DODGE,
No38
AT.  A AM.
3rd   Thuistlay oaeh
month
Visitors Walooroe
<i Fonldrad. See . ll. UcPIm rs w.M
Doi.'t Pay
Rent —
EASY TERMS.
The U C. ASSAY and i M  .TlC-uf
SUPPLY i    . i.'i
V IM.,1  . I.I..   IJ.  t '
Headquarter! loi   iwi
Mill -  |.|- .■■- •-  -, i I
M  i.-io   i - urible I i . ■-.... j
Inn ' .  I    \\   I'.riinn  ,', -       -  Pal. lit I I
For nam   Burnt rs, el        U n   k   |
\i,,rtl, ,, . ., - 1 Im Bs      - - ' •.
WCOD    VALLAIMCE    HARD-j
WARE CO   LTD
llsrdwsre   Mi',. *■ ■ ■  -toral
an l Rai p ■
NELSON   B C
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JSarber Shop
-
— I-.>i: a —
Good Shave or Hair Cut
 CALL Ok	
William Schnell,
Ki-:i:..rsn.\ „i,,i TlititT La I I
Hot and Ccid Baths
-
Accountant,     ....       Ami I tor.
J. ". MURRAY,
.ROOT LAKE, H. C,
Outside coni|ianrs'   Interests eurefull
l.i.ike.l after.
Aynt lor Qourlav'K I'lun..*
Underwear. Sox
Shirts, Hats
Etc.
A. G. Fraser l
eneral
Merchant
V.M. Westfall & Cj.
Ml ii iiin Hmkera,
M     nn i'i..|....ii.-- i:,-i„,ri, .1 On.
Mini - .nil i'i,,-i>,. i- i;,,uliii .....I Mold,
Minion i'i-ri|„-i ti.-- I.....U...I Alter for Ntiii-lteil-
tleiil-.
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l E. L.   -rr-x       |
t MASTERSON i
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(ii:.M-:iiAi    Mri.'i'ii.w'i' *
l.)ll',l'-:.M     '  ,ri|,|,.
Itftoonlinc rim,-,-
Troii' J.nke. B. C.
= Basavino =
i Joltl 'i Silver
1:,.1-1 rn,,I Bilver
- • ■-ml  l..-:ei
i .  ..
/.;...•        .      .
ffl 50
:• -,n
1 on
il (Ml
Robertson's
Chocolates
AMD
Bon-Bons
Batger's
Crystallised
Fruits
Gums, Etc.
Etc.
uality the Best
Hardware, Tools
Stoves, Pipe
Etc.
^
Miners'
Supplies
5   SHANNON,  '.ssayer
P_RQU50N B. c
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Family
GROCERIES
AND MINING SUPPLIES.
m-
At the
LOWEST PRICES.
3. B N WILKIE. P.L.S.,   Boots< Shoes
I'inviiiciaI I.Mii.l Bur%evnr,
Allnernl Claims -Sorveyrd
anj Crown (Irants obt.iined
Clothing
Boots, St
Blankets, Gloves.
F
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V
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B
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S
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
Everything
Obtainable
in
Season.
Melons
Cucumbers
Peaches
Tomatoes.
Nails
Oils, Putty
S-W-P
Ready-Mixed Paints I
N.-.M  III
,,,l Dillr-f.,
'I ...ul l.iil;     ':  .'
W. H. Jones,
i.rii.s,-   I rial   BinderSi    Fine   Job
Vim ing.
NELSON, li. C.
■     ■■'•■     •■   .     .     .  sitr'i
All kinds of New ftec rds. | ! Stclll.C^     8i     GO.
Sole A;;ent for the Lardeau :
J. C. Murray
Trout Lake B. C.
I]
WHOLESALE DEALEH8 in Batter,
I'.'Mf, Clie.'-e, Produce and Frnll
Houston UK-., 1
Packing and   Her«uson i»«wnij
■_*    • __? and
rreigtlting Transfer   Outfit.
Contracti entered into tor packing "i Mining Supplies, etc,
in any point in the .lifirlet. '.-
Oootl, prompt service, and nnv tv.irk Dndertakan gaarantwd r
•stisfsctory,
FERGUSON.        S. Daney, Prop.
I'liim- StiKelion, B.C* *fonpt* t*  .*  .;.. />i.>i^^   •    «  .•  ,■    j
P.Burns&Co
WHOLB8ALE   ANL'   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
I'lnlers in .ill klndi of Fresh Meat
J KOI i LAKE,B.C.
F. B. Wells!
REVELSTOKE, B. (
RAW FURS
BOUGHTj
' CASH   PRICI:-*   I'AIp!
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