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Newspaper   In    w.
Ko.iteiniy. Best advertising   medium.
VOL. a
The representative*
of the rich Lardeau '
country.    Sent to |
any address for $'.!
per an. in advance.
TROUT LAKE CITY B.C., Feb. i, 1006.
No. 14.
Connect
With C.T.P.
Death of
Old-Timer.
MR.   LOUIS   HILL   IS GIVEN THE GRIM REAPER GATHERS
\N IMPORTANT MISSION
IN B. c.
heat northern me
to do business in
this sec Hon.
ANS
The' (in at Northern has appointed Mr. Louis Hill t<> ;:'i thoroughly over the Kootenay and
Yale Rection with a view to Incat*
1 _ sites f.>r railwaya. Among
others 11 connecting line from the
Si Nun it Fort Sheppard road via
Arrow lakes and Columbi 1
v., I ley through   Bi I
lhe 1 Irand Trunk   Pacific on the
: n side of tie- Pine Hi n 1 paa
Mill bo investigated.
Tin- more direct   route  from the
Nelson iiiiii   Fori  Bheppai 1
would be up Kootenay Iiake
Lake, thenoe to the  Arrow Like.
and lifvlstoke.
! 1 view of thi*,  nothing Bbould
l.. left undone to previ i.t the ex*
n uf the A. & K.i harti r.    Ii
controls the situation, and should
■ :   t North' in   con I mplat
A" building there should i e
nothii    in  their  nay   to   hinder
: . "• rations.
•WILLIAM   COV AN   ESQ1 IR1 ,
A J "I KYI ION
The e'.i/i'i'i. of Trout l.nV" nn.i
Ferguson are supposed ;.. have
telephone communication with
' Id over the v.iros "1 the
Li. Item! Telephon • I !i . coi
ing it Arrowhead with the C I' R
i|ih line. An n matter of
l    ' we have none.    The s.r*.
i- h.'.'ii for some io ntb   pasl
;- irons than  no  lim  st all.    In
iy caa. in. s-.iir t and
sonietimes delivered ail. :• (hi ■ on
Urination has  been   received   by
mail,   nnd  in  somi >t de*
livered  at  nil.     W!...t   mil,
more annoying is the  (acl   that
un tlie outaid ■  thinking we
have through communication will
send iu. -- igea ol  liuj ortani e and
oi i :■ ci iving an answer come to
conclusion that we are dead from
lhe feci up. ami any deal that
might be pending is cut "ff in tl.s
il'iiv.r of iin youth. We hav.
I ;'"l in calling the tnanagi ment
' • account heretofore on account
«.f his being ei gaged i.i ti,.' most
important w..rk thai ■ nan i tt
undertake, lun dlenoa ii a virtui
wliioh cannot be nnv  longer re*
irded, and the nous thai will be
made in the Troul Lake I'
hi rt after relative to this matter
will, we think, be heard in the
inner recesses <>f th. oompany.
offices at Revelstoke.
REVELSTOKE    ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT.
Notice in hereliy given, in accnr*
''"i"' «iiii tho statutes, thai Pro*
v*iicial l.ovenue Tax, and all aa-
*l'W*-u Taxes and Income Tux, as-
t" Wi ami levied under tlie Al ■ I M*
""•ni Aft  lind ameudments, are
""•■' duo and payable for the year,
1'.illli.
All taxes collectible for thi Revelstoke Assessment District are due
a"'1 Payable ut my office, iituate
**„-he Court House,  Bevelstoki
This notice  in terms of lait
IN  WIDELY  KNOWN
LARDEAU MAN.
HAD    BEEN    AILING    I
SOME TIME Ul IT DEATH
CAME A- SHOCK.
With grief we record the death
of.!. \V. Westfall. n!,ith occurred
it lhe Ki otenay < leneral Hospi il
Nelson, ou Monday last, the 29th
nit,    i - .1 v.riis be has not
1.. .-ii blessed with good health, and
been bis custom to migrate
-..uih for ihe winter. He was in
fairly good health, however, when
I i . impany with Mr-. Westfall he
left for n sunnier climate in November last, but he w«s taken -i.-k
ai Nelson and admitted into the
.' il.
. pri r   i" bis
was  so.. •    it   reassuring,
.nl   i Irieudi cherished
i| e of his ultinttffe lecovery ;
hut the rally was temporary, and
from this on  he gradually
. I >".ny in tin
• -if hit v\if' '   ral <>f
iiis i. lativi i on  Mi nd iv in •
n  following a pro*
i .-p. 1 of Bodgkiu's •■
I i blood malady i
John Wi■•!';. Westfall came here
.inI. where he
KWttMMWftXM&iMmwtmtfrW Robert Soot! came in  from Rev-
LLocal and General.     jj elstoke end of last w< ek,
" Turn Him Out" on the 14th. Dan   Mc Arthur has a  crew of
if the i resent rnTid weather con- '',"" 1":"1'"*-' Inmbi r on the cars at
tinucs for another week   or   len ("'l'!l1'1*-
.lays there will be o good post i*
bility of the lake  remaining '.pen Purser  Muilins  lefl   to-day  for
all ui              ch  will  relieve the Nfew   York.     We wish   Billy  all
C.P.R, of th.  nece.i ity of tj ing up
I'rocti r.
Ceo. Forddn 1, ol B-M lie, came
down during the wi ek to renew old
1 i    s i !   Board are bavin j I
making out an assess*
men I roll for bcoooI purposes.
I   I. And ■       '   i n    Mo;,.'.av's
boat for a trip to tho s mthern part
"i California
Andy Craig  took a big load ol
roduct ol the  Lardi au Brew*
ng i .... to B ; ton ami Camborni
on Monday.
Jim Pato • mn- down from tin
Big Tunnel for a few .lays boli*
!i\- tbis a
Fn ! BWiotj^left for Ri velstoki
irt busim      i morn*
ing.
tertainmi nt to 1"
given in aid of sidewalks on the
Hih iu_t. Come yourself and
bring your friends to see and laugh
at the funniest onmody ever produced in this country. See Baker
i.- tbe dude, it I -      '.ion.
kind.- of luck in his new ventuie.
The C.P.R. auditor came in on
Monday night's boat on his usual
trip of inspection.
Why Not
Inquiry ?
KASLO  CORONER   KAILS  TO
HOLD INQUEST ON
SAD DEATH.
Local
Dad Black came down fromFer-
trason Saturday on his way to Halcyon lint Springs, where he will
recuperate for a few days. Mr.
Black wishes through the columns
of the Review to thank the people
of Ferguson for the assistance and
sympathy extended to him in his
recent loss, by fire. In speaking of
his future movements he expressed
himself as wanting to stay \
the distri.'t. having a thorough belief in its future.
HE SAID INQUIRY W
NECESSARY.
NOT
We have been anxiously awaiting to hear from the Coroner at
Kaslo relative to the death of G.
W. Carothers. who was killed at
Lardo. two weeks ago. Not learning whether an inquest was held
or not we made enquiries and find
that the Coroner stated that from
what he could learn there was no
I'lvs-ity for holding one. If thi?
i- a fact, and v,.r have no reason to
il'ii.'ii   our    informant,   there   is
Mining
OF     INTEREST    '
WATCHINCJ THE
AND    DEVELOPM
THK    RICHEST    MIN*,.
SECTION OFTHK PROVING
snnn min.  radically wrong.     We
tliat;hai' always ui.deiMood it was the
duty   ii.   cases  of  this kind to ex-
nmil e  en    wiiiu—es   of the acci-
, te day this week got over $200 of d "' '"" ""lv l '':' '' : mine whether
As
Trout  Lake  | eople arc  all right
and have faith, Fred Elliott during
Skating Rink stock subscribed. At
the annual meeting of th« sharers the total debt was SftCO.
which amount will be now reduced
t ..• one half.
A. M. Craig received 'word on
li- .1 iv ui the death of his father
at Truro, N.S . where he occupied
a'prominent |osition in business
.'ir-iis.      He   was   getting on  in
years,
:
his   Rr>*'
year.
■ r   in   Un   it-.in days,     li rt<    | il I     a utoi  gome  time ago he met with an
originally came from  West  Vjr-|bumni .-.   If   you   want  a   good aooidont, whioh no doubt hastened
ll.C
'■ equivalent to a personal demand
'•v me to nil persons liable for
taxes.
l0*-)a*ed at Revelstoke, B.C., this
-'-'"I day of January, 1908.
KRKD. PHASER,
I'l'imty Assessor and Coll..'inr.
'•'-vulstoko Assessment District.
ginia.   On coming
he   n 1   with  Judge
Mi I r in the old Gold, Prit
i.i. i 'a Gold and other pro]
and mid charge of the development
on these,     in  19 12 owing to the
growt'i   nt   his   mi. i. -:- I..-
forced t«> give up the active man-
:u-' im nt and confine hhni
tirely to buying and selling.   During I lie past four y ars Solicitor F
C. Klliott v .- associated with him
in his mining deals.
Me was interest* .1 in many of
the promini nt mining deals in
thi- -' ction, among which were
Pedro, Lucky Boy, Mohican. Gold
Beit group, Broadview, Fidelity
..nl niiiiir roua ol •■ n
M.   u.i- 66 years >f age and be
- a widow   two 'I .ucl.;.
a son to   mourn his vil  "J
W. Westfall. jun., Seattle, Wash ,
Mrs.   Iiic.ili Si'limi't. Athena
..    A    Milton.   Fail havi D,
His death is a great blow
to the community, and the Bevii e
alt of the .ii-:ri.'i extends t"
tl      orrowing  relatives   <'■
sympathy.
Ih" rem dns h ive been taken lo
Bellingham for Interment.
tir't there . 'rly and avoid the
crush on lhe l Ith. We aro alluding to the dramatic performance in
the I O.O.F. hall.
llorroo! A reminder' The
r. c ' Intend to civ.- a grand en*
tertaimnenl on the 17th of Ireland.
Walter Phelan hs   made some
very   pietty   and  unique work
l.oxes.   Th.y ore completely cove.
ed with me nuggets from tha local
mines,   and   several    hundreds   of
specimens of n diversified obarao*
lei- tints shown to ad .'iintage.    The
price is $3.00, and readers requiring
a unique souvenir ol the Lardeau
should send along their or len
Wm. Adams and family have
re occupie i their town residence for
the remainder, pi the winti r,
li  Mrs. BI
-  Sn an,    Sn-  Mi
ised .1  lia    Sree
" Turn   Hi.n  Out " you will
vr id ua if  a '■ .   ..r.l.   Stay
away and—be Miserable.
..     Mr.  and   Mrs.   Craig
have the sympathy of  all  io their
ivement.
The mild  spell  of  weather has
■ or aril y suspended skating.
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
-
THIS i- hardly the time to start
out on your summer vacation,
hut we wan: you to cansid
LARDEAU
It is the place v.here nature can
n iu all iis grandeur and
magnificen •<■. Its lakes, rivers, and
mountain streams are filled with
the finny tribe, and disci)
fke Walton are in their glory. W til
It is a resort entirely free from the
mosquito pest tD tn M y tn td y
For information, write to the s. c*
retary of Trades Committee or to
the Ilii iew,
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
The Trad.-  I olnlnitt.'e   mi I I   ill
the Ci v  Hall on Monday night.
A full iniisti-r is request! d.
The  Ferguson   Uink   Co.   have
Sold   OUl    to  Frank  Le'.e.iu.     It is
the hitter's intention to add b curl*
ing rink, which when completed
o.H.N.  Wilkie las examined wilPbe a decided acquisition.    We
aud surveyed the river hank  near wish the new proprietor every buc-
tbe recording office.    An appllca- cess.
tion will 1..' put in for an appro*
priation of 8 sum for the repairing       B. ly Davey left  for  Nelson   ot
of the bank at this spot. Wednesday.     He expels to meet
some parties there win are con-
Jim Craig   and   wife   returned  lemplating a purchase of the Wins-
irouiri tripeasl on Tuesday. *°>v Rold P^perty.
Lev. Scott's handsome dog Togo TheBowman Lumber Co. is rap-
Is in a bad way, so much so it is Idly pushing forward the construe*
feared that the St. Bernard will tion of their new,mill at Comaplix,
have to be destroyed. snd it is rapidly taking the aspeel
  of a   sawmill.    The framework   is
Will   Waller, of   Ferguson, sev- up and the roof on.
erely gashed his wris) whilst using 	
a hand saw Tuesday. a farewell social In honor of W.
  Muilins   was  given  in   the   Odd*
Alex. Drown  is down from the fellow's Hall last night,   Dancing,
Cup to  spend bis deferred Xmas games and refreshments made the
holidays • i v. ning most enjoyable.
.rly « i- .■ nt-o or not, but to
deli rrtiiiu- ilie i ai.se and whether
it was   u;.   in;. ir  careless-
and the jury by their findings
place tit'' blame, if any, en the deceased himself or to attribute it to
oilier causes, which in this Case
might be failure or the C.I'.R. to
observe the necessary safeguards
of human life. We do not say
this was the ease in the recent
icident, but wc do Bay emphatically lortt li was lk- v_ui*jn_ ia"uly
to hold an inquest and inquire
closely into the facts hy taking
evidence under oath of all who
were in a position to throw any
light on the Bad affair.
IMPORTANT    Ml NINO    DECISION.
W, ri1. has hi t n received from the
Supn in" Court in the well kn iwn
if Docksteadcr vs. Clark. The
highest   Canadian   tribunal   practically   decides   that  in  do- ding
prime location cases technicalities
will not prevail.    Specifically the
court li: ds in location casi.-.
1. That 70 degrees is too great
a variation to allow as an approximation. No exact limit was fixed,
however, 97 degrees was the point
involved.
2. That a location may be
wholly on one side "i a location
line.
;>.   That a location   line   may
traverse any number of claims.
4. Tii.it a discovery post may
be located even on a crow n granted
claim ; as much ground as may be
Uwfully covered by the location
i- to be allowed.
From a mining standpoint tha
finding is one of tho nn.r-t important ever given in the Dominion.
By consent thr- decision governs 18
other pending actions.
The new machinery  and p*ii.p-
tng plant for the ITacer Co. a.
the way.    Mr. Thos.   Leaval
for   Spokane  on   Monday  t
the shipments, and   will r
about two  weeks to no
the insl. The  r. - tltot thc
last cjean-i ie share
holders  of great en-
couragenn n ,  - will   be
facilitated in every way that
machinery and labor-saying devices can manage. While hero
Mr. Leavall had the snow snovel-
led from the tlui.'.e, more as a preventive measure than any apprehensive danger there might have
been. '
Latest advices would indicate
that the Chestnut Hill Mining Co.
operating the Lucky lloy, will lie
prepared to early in tho spring
stari and carry through a comprehensive plan of development. Mr.
Thoe. Ehrehart, who bad had
charge of the property, has a
thorough knowledge of Conditions,
and under his management there
is no doubt of the s&eoemof-th*
undertaking. The development of
the '   R h'll l
above Trout l.ak'- City will be a
factor in its prosperity.
What are the holies going to .1"
about the silver cup which has
been subscribed for for a hockey
match between fair represi ntativei
ot Ferguson and Trout Lake '.'
Oh, ladies, ladi s' surely you
don't require mere man to arrange
i ne details.
Ever} body is pit asi d to see XD-
llai.er about again as lively OS
ever alter having survived the too
close embraces of la grippe.
Eraser's bulbs are blossoming into trifles ol beauty. If you didn't
know what bulb- were before, pay
a   visit   to   th"     to' '   and    you'll
savvy,
Jno. Morton, manager of the
Reward M.uing Co., returned from
Nelson i n Tuesday, bringing with
him s.m.e men to work on the
company's property. Work which
has been r-hut down for the put
week is resinned.
F. C. Merry, of the Ferguson
Mines. Ltd . came down for a trip
this week. He reports matters
progressing favorably at the Silver
Cup and . x presses himself ns being
highly pleased with the way development is turning out.
The Broadview bus shipped another car of galena ore this week.
Part of the force is engaged in
taking out <'re an.l part on the
driving in of the drift on tho
Becoud level. The property is
-lu.witm up better as the work
progresses.
Th. annual review number of
the D 0. Mining Record is to hand.
li data therein from the other
mining division- is as " authentic"
as that of tie- ."rout Lake Division
then the said journal is not worth
perusing or placing any reliance
upon. _
IN MRMORIAM.
Whereas. Brother <i. W. Carotin is. a loydl member of Trout
Lake Lodge, LO O.K. No. 41, baa
I oni   I" his last repose, and
Whereas, this Lodge most sin
.■erely feels the loss <>f so worthy a
member; therefore, be it resolved
il al we . stand our profound sym-
palhv to his  relatives in their ber-
eavemenl ; be it further
Resolved that a copy of these
resolutions be sent to mi sorrowing relatives, ii copy spread on out
minuti s, and a copy senl to th •
Lardeau Mining Beview f..r publication.
lie is dead, but yet alivf ;
His frame will raniah, but lus _ ml
sun ive.
A short farewell, tor our time is nigh,
\\ in n we'll meet igaio, no mors :o
*,,> ,• 11" "I   nye.
' .1    K. I„ Mastkhsoi,
N. Ai.iiAii • usnx,
A. c   Fbasrr,
Jan. 30,1906. Committee,
*
...
The representative
o! the t ieh Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for $2
per an. in advance.
No.
al and General.
pttbewey, who has hold
of station  agent  hero
parturo of F. T. Abey,
edtacsilay   for    Nelson.
relieved by H.J, Hicks.
ioc noticed that this issue
t larger than our usual
hope our patrons will
hange, which will be the
I paper in future.
i .	
-all smiles—is not in it
Ir Mobbs,of fl era rd, these
lb the mill moving to
I the Lennoxville Hotel
At in it—fairlv in it.
; mble in Zioncity. Dowio'
ie  bounce  and general
'oliva haa got his job.
	
k IV. was successfully
ast Saturday on Trout
liter Phelan'.
las   got   in   this week
a,  vegetable and garden*
i wering   bulbs,    clover,
nnd Harden City lawn
,.	
•fehdeacon Beer, of Kaslo,
services in the Anglican
st Sunday. The service*
it\ and some exceedingly
a was rendered.
ward Crosby gave a lec-
e Methodist church last
flight entitled " Among
|rn B. C. Indians." The
m illustrated by lantern
fliere was a very poor
.•I. The rev. gentleman
fuctcd services in the
^church on Sunday.
io have books from the
earnestly requested toil without delay.
les Committee will meet
I night at 8 o'clock.     A
ance is requested.
.. Masterson, Secretary.
rry. of the Silver Cup,
ednesday's uoat for a
ay trip.
Parker, inspector of
nd measures, i9 around
ual inspection trip.
cvesquc is leaving sbort-
|easur.  trip through the
t provinces.
our eye on the Lardeau.
mining deals aro pend*
tt the Provincial floute
ting, the Nelson New*,
t the columns of polili-
;o which was nauseous to
el-headed reader, and ia
g ub news—and that in aj
6 manner.
	
<U1J___JJS
iz_ac__K___
•= SEEDS
| was DciWeen <c±ow unci *uv\a;.    '  i^nuuo
linger and Joe Hawkins
n for a day's fishing this
'hey secured some nice]
non.
rns bas  returned from a|
fip t> the coast cilice.
Evnii1.   bas   secured
fcsc for his h tel at Beaton
I meiiibr rs   bavo been en
ill the grand opening too
S.ilurd iy.    Wo wi->h th
success.
ion began his assessmenl
he Aurora at   8 Mile thi]
i 2<Uh   inst, tho  Ladic
give a basket Ball.
operations   contimin
ler   grounds.   A clean-
Hade in a few .lays.
ry  successful   dance
Vie Alexandria hall, F«
Ut Monday night.
I "***■
• tho uppearanoe of fpri
i snow roads breaking, tn
._ ia not all honey these daj '.;.*■.»;. ■■
THE LAI^MAU MINING
REVIEW.
1» Printed ut Trout l.nkHi'Uy, ana PublUheA
at b'ergiuon and Trout Lake every Thuredi*,)
T >■■ !•'. til'ir iliii< not in iltl   liiinsiUI resinm-
■fblfl for tilt i e oi In us .if im rn ig| li. ii is t-\-
tif.-.seil Ul  IU  fill.Ol.l.s
Ail tiM-nis win i.e oharped ..t theratuofU
emi'i per linn, iirsi Insertion, and lOoeoupei
lint' euota iUMequent iiisfiitiiii.
Tt-rnisfor t'l'iinsli'iil mul tiller 11 lvi.|t|slii|;
tvttl be made kmnwn on appiloailoii t.1 ofttoa
rtuiiscnniltiii (jam a vt'ur. In advanoe.
In tbe Provincial House on the
1.7th inst, Premier McBride paid a
high compliment to the news*
papers of the province. The Premier referred with much satisfaction to the prosperous condition of
the mining industry, concerning
which he spoke at some length.
' This is my own department," he
sai.l, in concluding his remarks on
the subject, " and 1 am p cased to
bear testimony here, speaking as
Minister of Mines, to tbe uniform
support that my efforts have re-
ceived, through the prominence
given to mining matters hy the
press throughout the province, irrespective of politics. The attitude
of the newspapers has done much
to forward the interests of our provincial milling industry."
XEuout lake
Mater
Supply 00.
Xtb,
®
®
By using  Water supplied   I*, lb j
Company yu are aseuri d of nbpo
lute purity.   Government Analysis
to b.u'k up statements. ;::::;   :
Hugh McPherson - - Supt.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that 80 dayi
after date, I Intend to apply to the Hon.
Oliief Commissioner ot Lands anil
Works for a special license to cnl and
carry away limber from tie following
described lands, Bltuatod In Went Koot-
eoay district,
Prom a poal planted at Beldon Daney _
noiili-wesi corner poel marked 1'. J.
Devlne'i north east corner poet, thence
wt'st BO chains, tbence aontu 80 chainB,
ilii'ii.'e eusi sn chains, thence north 80
chains, to point of comniencemoiit.
P, .1. DKVINE.
Trout l.nke, B.C., NOV, 18, 101   i
a. W. EDGE
Painter —.
Decorator.
fits
\»T1   _<•_«_■»*._
TROUT    LA Ki
ll. 0.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thai no days
after date I intend to apply lo the Oliief
Commissioner of Lamia and Works Ior
a special licence to cut and carry away
timber from the following described
lamia situated in West Kootedsy Dis
triet.
l'l'.-iii a i.nst planted on the north ciist
isiilt'of l.nr.leaii creek about 3.( mile eust
from Halfway creek and mark, d Beldon
Daney. north-west corner poat, ruuntng
east 80 chains, thence south 80 chalna.
thonce weal 80 chains, thence north HO
chains lo point of commencement.
SEI.DON DANEY.
Trout Luke. B.C.. Nov. IS. 1906.
G.
M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION OF AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY.
" Conr_iUM Act, 1897."
Thc Lardeau loses a cood friend
by  thc death  of J.   W. Westfall.
There h"3 been few nun who have
fo persistently year  in   and year
outadvertised   its resources.    His
abounding   faith   was   such   that
those with   whom  he  had  inter-
thereby certify that the " Cneatnul
course could   not   doubt  MS sin-1 Hill Mining Con/nany," "Non-Personal
T, .... . ,     Liability "naa this dav been registered
centy.   He was ambitions, not for M ,„, Bit-a-Provlncial Company under
himself,   but  lor  the district and  u.e "Companies  Act,  1897," to carry
. ., .   , i   _ ., i     ontor effect all or any of the objects ol
while wc feel assured of tbe reall- t_, Company to which the legislative
sation of bis ambition,  we regret authority of the Legislature ol  I
.,       .,     ...     , ...  . ..  Columbia) x la.
that the rates have so willed it The head otllce of tbe Cimpany is
that he did not live to see its tul- situate al No. 301 Quinn-Sharplesa
.. Building, S  it!. Street, in the city ol
"Iment.     Philadelphia in the county ol Philadel
phia and State of Pennsylvania.
The sessions of the House have!    Theamoontot the capital of the Com
, . ] pauv is two hundred  thousand  'lolliirs.
been so far somewhat tame. John I divided into two hundred thousand
Oliver,   Of   Delta,   promised   some ' shares of one dollar each.
..        ..   i , . , ,    '    Tin' n-ad office "f the Company in
stiirtlinR disclosures winch so far thia Province is situate at thetowuof
Watch-repairing,   etc.
Guaranteed.
All work
Offillow. Blocl Tront Late, B.O
AH the Latest
agazines on
lect "The
Review." ::::::
Smokers' supplies in
great, variety.
has   failed   to materialize.     The
government are putting  through
routine   work   at    a   rapid   rate.
Several   amendment*}   are   being
made to the Land and' School Acta' "J*" 8e,:,io" r*°l ■1?_""**,d V'1,
The time oi lhe i-xisteiii-e ol the eoni
Drout l.nke. and Thomas E. Khrehart,
Mine Manager, whose addrass is the
same, is the attorney for the Company.
Not empowered to issue and transfer
stock.
The Company   is   specially   limited
which simplifies their workings.
The opposition, as usual, pnt in
their time in mising objections,
which are, however, of no avail.
Smith  Curtis  is on the political
pony is tii'lv years from the  2Sth day of
July, 1004.
Given under my  hand   and seal of
office at  Victoria.   Province  Of British
' Colombia, this L'sti dav of • Ictober, one
tbouaand nine hundred and five.
[L.s.l 8. V. WOOTON,
Registrar of Joint *■•.•. k Companies,
TheobjacU for which this company is
warpath,   and   his   utterances  at  established and registered are:
Ymir     recently   are    considered'    To pnrchoi ■   otberwiae  acquis.
J own, lease, occupy, ns,. or develop any
worthy (by himself) of publishing hands containing gold, silver, copper,
The late mem-   le^ mother minerals:
I., mine, or otherwise to extract or
siiu-r,   copper, lend  or
nth r inin*»raU:
Tlmv, < el I. ..r olhei wise to deal or
of such a nature as entitled him to  trull1    In gold, silver, copper, lead nr
a continuance of the confidence of ;',""•      " -*•■■ a,jf ""J " ™ ''r'"li:'"
■ . n      ana articles consisting or part-
the electorate of his  hometown,  lyoo     itingthereof.
His ambi'.ii.ii, however, to beoome   ..__	
leader of the Liberal party i-
strong, but to step Into the shoes
of as able a man as J. A. Uacdon-
aid, the present leader, lie will
have to adopt the principle of reincarnation   and get son,.' ideal i f
statesmanship,
in pamphlet form,    i tie late member of Rossland and Boundary bad remov.
bis Innings, and bis w. rk was not
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
pi
N> 'son,  B C. lakes position as
the third "ity of the province. The S*J* S^md.. T K
grots postal rev.mie from the Nelson post office for the year ending
June 80th was $hv_'.i_. New
Westminster oomos next wilh
112,848, Vancouver bads with
198/116, and Victoria follow- with
156,771.
-    [   Dl   ll'.l.T.
. ITII.K I* In .-■ in- irnt'ii Mini tin' p... mill.ei imi I.-.- .. ■■-;. . li un. initill*.hed lu
the li.i . Uexelte. nnd dated Bib August
■■■  I" 11 Of   nil 1   • \. Illl|
.ti.!.in.-   ol ten mil aide ol tie
-.■"•tu.i Ki .' .-  . riny.iii uml
il...   loi lied.
Notice Is also i Iven Hint ihm portion of the
re . rviiiinii, ma r wblcb wee published lo
•lie B.i , i,:,/. ri. ,,',•! dated '.Tin Deoembcr,
ii bell ol land exti \ dins Im i
tn.   ■
i he K iih.Ii.h i lanyon end j
•nm i/-ii i
miles In a tlierly directIon from the mouth
nl   KII iniii     lllur.  i.ml   Ih.'.l    .  iio.li    lim.I.. |
• open io mie, pn "•mpltn i
other disposition under tbepw isloosoftbi
i i i utter Hie eighth    111
I mit. i ..'ji : i'i..!! led rin'' the rlghl  ol
way iifa. - aall mil bi lucluaed In
nny lauds su soquln d.
w. H. .;..i:.'..
Depaty Oommltsloner nf Lands tt Works,
ijiii'i- .rn.i Works Department.
V i.-loi In. B.I.., Slat Aiim.st, tiv,"..
We He Jones,
Loose
Printing.
1 enf    Hinder*.,    Fine   Jul
NELSON, B. C.
%
•**5i
nera!
Merchants,
Trout Lake
Trout   Lake   City Transfer
and Stage Line.
| Ferguson
^ Trou
tLake
g Beaton
I i
' Daily Stage wUl |
leave Ferguson
7 a.m.
Trout Lake at 8
ESQ
WOOD   YARD
in connection.
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crawford
is   the   time   fir   von to (■
tn  Lily Uit".     Neo't wrro jSj
Ihe PrtMpects <>f Kcrguiioa -^
bo   bllL'ht.
NOW
The  Towu   of  FERQ08ON
•Aill   be  line  of    the    (ilfiltest
Or.- Producing Camps in the
World. Tbe high .L-groe of
snooees    gchieved    l y    the
num. r.. us \V HAL I'll Y and
PRACTICAL   IM. I I l-ll   and
a M i: It re a N M i IS I N (i
COMPANIES now uncratiog
then jh a ttibnte to tin*
tremi chilis wulth <f the bills
m n u Liii
(l. o Buchanan is deserving ol
the thanks ol the community for
the way in which bo is pushing
the matter oi the A. & K. Extension in the local Hoards nt Trade
as well an at ilie session t f the
affiliated boards.
NOTICK.
The or.lin iry annual gem ral
meeting ..i th - Old Gold Quartz
and Placer Mining (lompany, Ltd .
Liab , will be held at the office of
the Company, Troul l.nke. B.C.,
on Friday, 'ind day oi February,
1906, at .'', o'clock, p in, f.,r the pur-
|n.-' I'i electing director! for thu
ensuing year and BUoh other business as may pro| erly come bi fore
tbe meeting Books will be closed
for transfers from Jan 21st, 1906,
until after the meeting,
M. ..CHESTNUT
Dated at Tumi Lal e, !:.<','2nd
January, L606
you wont to S_LL
you want to HUY
Correspond with the
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
We have several Good Proportion lislfil Oil Which good leilllS
I'HIl lie Iiml.
Lardeau Mines Exchange,
" Review " Building,
Trout Lake, B.C.
!
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
i . lebrated  Itraiule  ol
i.in. i
NELSON,
Ham,  Bacon
EC
Maple
Leaf
Rubber:
Best
to
Sell
Styles to
COVI r every
r. eed from
line city wear
to liiinlrer-
iiien'sor miners' fool wear.
They arc all
just as.honest
as ihe emblem
signifii i.
Best
to
Buy
Best
to
Wear
J, Iili
Lennoxville
<*»^HoteI.
E. MOBBS. PRO?-
Hotel and
General Store
GERARD
C.
Limited
Vancouver,
ll.C.
KcllinK
A gen to.
The BEST Always !
IN FINK BHOE8 l
MINING BHOB8 I
SHOE I'ACKSI
RUBBERS and
OVERSHORSI
(1EUMAN  SOCKS I
lr.wl.nl  you  Will jetll yiui'in v..iir liiiylni;
Willi lis.   BO don'l lini-'fl. when ti . ■ i II • i v; nny.
i.in | in tli. way ol lootwi ar lu ta.i on ..», or
drop « ii...'.
■m MIL SHOE gnfflB
Nelson, 11. C.
ANDREW   &
CO.
Mail ordeti carefully >."'l promptly
attended to, Agent fur sinter uml Set*
tleton Sboea.
Public School, Hospital, and
other Institutions. Rxoolleot
Waterworks system, Btreete,
Btores end Besideiioee illu-
iiiiiimI by Electricity.   Daily
mail i'iv.ee. The townsite
in. n.liiiinlily laid out Gel in
NOW on the ground floor.
Lot*- can  now  ne purohased
e
pRon
$75
LP.
TOWNS!! B AQKNT
HENRY FLOYD
RBVBLSTOKB, B.C.
43. O^^QCkM>000{K» t_-l»«>0«^«K>04t>0"->*^'
..   Zhc Ibotel Beaton   ... 5
  BEATON.  B.C.     	
V
A. R. IIKVLANI),
I'KOVINl'IAl. LAND ItJBVBYOB
Mineral Claims Surveyed
I'UI'I.AK, KABLO.
18IT0RB nrrivint* nt Ueaton 'tin* threshold ol the l.nril«r.ii)
vis Arrowhead, will (Ind Hon Hotel to i.r fully iqolpped
for lii'.'li-.'hisH trade.   Excellent sccommodatloD,    A well
appointed and spsclnui dining hall.   The beat ol Wlnes,8plrits
and Cigars.   1'ersonal inpervlsion is given to ths requirements ol
patrons.  Visitors lo '.lie 1 nol. an ean rely on Comfort at tliiehotel.
W. BOYD -:-  -:- Prop
>   •      •-
Ct t-
_i ■■«*»■— —■« p.- I.
FERGUSON H0TEL
s^im'<
The noted home for travellers visiting
t :, mon, I'..*.'
A well stocked Bar of the choices) Liqours, Wines, etc.
MoDonnoll &  BlaoK
Proprietors,
.
Legal Notices.
CKltTIFie.i'KS OF IMPKOVKMENT.
NOTICE.
(ji.l.l.'ii Ohsst No. 2., Golden Chesl N".
2 Fraction, an.l Lldie mineral claimi
iltaateinthe rrout LaJce Mining Division ol Wen Kootenay dintrici
Where located: Due nn t on., hall
niiloe enntli w'.'nl from the town ol
Poplar, B, C
Take notice that I, John Keen, free
ralner't oerti&cate No. i.s;.;:;;, intend
lixty d»yn aftai date hereof, to iippiy '•"
tl.e Mining Recorder lor Certiflcutus ol
luii.rovemeiits lor the purpoee of obtaining crown Kr.mis ni th • ali.ne claims.
And furl ber  Ink.'   nol li     thai
nnder section 87 rauel   be com men ed
before ilie Istuaui f s.i.'ii cenifl ia •   I
Improvements.    Dated thii Sletdarol
Oclober, A. I'.. IH).r.
Nov 2 05 JO'IN KEEN.
NOTICE.
pigrk Diamond mineral claim, iituate
in the Trout Lake Mining diviiion ol
Went Kootenay disl
Where locate 1    On   !i\ ide   b I
lhe ■•..uli lork ol the Booth Fori
Lardeau river am) Bouansa creek
two miles northerly from the tn
mine.
Take Notice that 1,0. B N. VVilkn>
acting «« agent lor (
Mining  Co.,   F.M.C,   No.  r.':;!<.'">, in
tend, lixtj daj * fr..e'.  the
in apply i" the Mining H
CVititirnto of   Improvoments, lor the
pari,,.,. ,,[ oblalniott a I rowii I
the above claim.
Antl further take notice that
under section 87, mn
before ths Issuance ol such Certificate
ot Improvement!
Date I   tioi   5th  da)  ol Oct.,  a.d.
r
oet6. *.*'• B. N. WILKIE.
NOTICE.
Tmn Edwards mineral i laim,
in tin  lrout l.ak.. Mining Division ol
Weal Km a-   .    I   triet.
■■ located : '■ In Bilver Cup •
tltn. ibOUt  IH    Inlll-'S    fit.Ill    MIN'      I
I
im. notice th it I, Fi   wrick Charles
r M 0.  No.   B88012, act
st...nt lot John W.   W •  tfall, P.    C.
s.t   M7W4, i lend,   sixty   dayi from
i a     ate   hereol,   i"  anpl)   to   the
Mining Ri   irdi r   for   ■ i
Inr,.r ,..-ii i fltS,   fnr   I
I h Crown '"in.'  ■
An I  farther  tuto*  nol       thai
ti ii.lt- r taction S7,
bei r   the Issnaii ■ I   riiflcate
of Improvements.
(•ami this llth day ol Aug., i d
1»- K-UO
NOTICE.
Black l ii:ir'inn:l Mineral Claim situate
in the   I roul  l«ake  Miniug ! ivielon ol
IVeil Kootenay Hist ricl. whei
i ih" Imil mile north ol llai kin  creek.
lake Notice that I, H. M '
agent   fur the  Beattle-Oregon   Mining
Co., F ree Miners' * lei tides
Inl ■ id   i ity   daj ■•   from    I he   date
horeol i" apply to t! e Mnoun iti cordei
(rn   n Certificate ol   Improvon un
the pi I ibti 'lim.' n i'n    i
ol i lie above claim.
Ami further take notice thai ict'oi
under section 3 nl   be coi mei  ••
before the inuance ol iuch C.rtilica
nl I mprovements.
l>.i i i thii 83rd .lav :: ipt, i u   I ■•■'..
lept 28
NOTICE
Brer Fun. ml il  ctnlna.   ' Ituate  In tin
i roul  i. ...•■ Minim DI, l.lon ot \, ■ -i Hit .
I strict
win n-1...in i :  i in Bonanaa en li. »Im>mi
..ih   mil.    i>ulb<eu«t   Drum   B_clc   U
m :.    ' ■   lim
Take notlc tlinl I, ■ el; N. Wllkli. igenl r ir
r, i. r M< '- • ■- ii   I-' ■  ri li erii oeri.li
i.' i ■ from the il ua im
■ ' Heeorder for u i ei
iiiii'Hii ..r hnpi'iiaiiieuU, for 11"- i i
irant of tho al        claim.
n, nn It r
n
■
Date.
nel ' o. it. N. Wl! '
■    i T LAKE.
.in   i 1. TO 0EX1SQUKN1' OO-.WNER
To D  li.   M - or to whi n
he may h rred hit Interest
in the Etnl     mi eral claim.
. .
co-owner witb you in ■ •••• min-
-.. iituate on •
i ■ ' i
of W. Kootenay, ' he tie*
work mnl .
penditnre    on    the    abo' e*im
claimi.  I".   '
I the -..'..-
.,t the Min" ' >'" for
said work wai ;■
nenditure mode ba      '.-*-; ired, I
bv give >'•!
, - tion he reol
oi n-iu.-r- io contribute voui pro-
pay the
v..iir intereal in t!"' aa claim
otthem di
signed under aw* by virtue ol lection*)
of   the  Mineral A '.   tmendmi al   A\ I
1900.
Dated at Trom  Ut
lulv. inn.'.. I'nva. C Ei Ltorr,
July 7,05 Co-Owner
Review Job D_pb.
b'or High-Class Work.
Lardeau
Hotel
5d
Baa
to
Sandy Laughion
Proprietor.
Wl 11 I.N fisitii g Fen*n«ou you
I the l.aid.aa
Hotel. Here the *.is:;.n
will !'■ BurroonrJ
homo i in toi l*. I '■'■ i Heul
cuisine. well veuli
and warm rooms, v.i 11
stock.) bar, and everything which
tends towards  making yonr vieil ;.
p|es*-.i; '•   and   im tin'in'l"   ' a''-
Rates from 11 day opwai
We sti ive in i'i. »se nor j atrons.
FERGUSON.
NOTII I.
' I.   i- mil ii '  . -in   the
II .1 limit-
■
'   ' ■ '        ,  .'I	
from inrcl.
lo. ihnt 1,0.1   ■  Wi   '.  .... ni (oi
i    ,l'i'i'i mil rilni .!■   No,
I, Intend, al
lly lo iho Mlnin   1.,'t'i.ri . i- for u on ■
Oil    '   ■•   improvi un   i   i - I    .
iovi liiiiin.
• I'd fitrthe ..:  ,.,'n, n, m,ii, ,-
''  "    ■ mu i|   bi      '      n n.'i  re iln- is
•     .   - .. rn .
■'"'' ''■ ! Ill     Ull  A.I.. llfcM.
... II. N. WII.KIE,  IM..-'.
■I I,. IT   l.AKK.
NOTICE TO   Ul '.i.'.'i' I vr CO-OVi
lo  .lames   < 'mint.   R.   I ■.  .Mm I eOd ami
Jainea Boucliier, or to .i I omt Devei
they mav have transferred their in-
ten it in the Slate luiueral claim.
Tal e notice thai  ', the undersigned
.■ri-.iitnor with juu in the BI   i  a
i laim, situate on South side ol Lardeau
rivei bei iv< on Kupid and  I'oplar creek*
in the  i roul   I ak i  fining Db Isi il
Kootenay,   bove  performed the
.' . I    ..I nu le the in'i'i'.-riri
iitiir- on  the above   nu ntioned
ilaim for i he years 1904 and  li 0     li
■ ii lei i" hold the same under section L'l
ol the Mineral Act, and the years iui
■  id '.i.n I, was |. ■ 1 and es
IHjiidit nn made ho i •' :■ ox pi red, I here*
iij give you notice thai .i within 90 .lays
from the  firsl  i iiblication horeol you
■ -ii oi refuse to contribute your propor-
share ol such expenditure and
■ Ids advert ii m ml y.our
■ •-   aid mineral claim will
■ i e iui • the property ol the undei     n   I
ind by virtue ol lection 4 ol the
•..I Act Amendment Act, i iOO,
■ .,'■   ' .■' i rout  I nil" thii 17th day ol
JAMI.s SNELL,
c..-< Iwnei.
It   paj i to use i he  'I elephoue,     A
lengl hv i rip can often be laved.
ni  i -I ui '.a: Cummini1 .-•..i>• ;  i rout
Lake, i al Bi ston, Com
.. rol Arrowhead.
NOTICE.
ral  claim  .-itnnte
I'roui   l.iiktr mining nr,.-   n ol
.' i.
Whei ').! "tilver ('upmoun
tain, al Bt Cup
ce that 1,1 I luirles
Elliott,   F.M.C.  No,  IM   142,  acting u
Charlei   McNie    ii.   F.M.C.
."' :   :"i .   Westfall,
F.M.C. No. H.7964, ii li i I,  sixty dovi
i be .I.'.  hereof, to apply to the
Mining  Recorder lor   s I irtificate of
Imi ro I r tl ■     urpi se ol ob-
.■ .t i rown Granl ol the  above
And  further take notice that action,
under section -tT, mrr-r     ■ i omn
■ • rtificate oi Im-
.• i
llth day ol Aug. a.l
!
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Banitariuzn
AKHow  LAKE, B.C.
Under   New  Management
HARRY McINTOSH.
Ul the Hoffmann House. Rossland.
Proprietor.
.  S '- I. - r.'  : ■-
Tlie   Moil   >•• ni|ilete  health   ri-sort   nn
i I   ol Nort li   Ai..e. lea.    Ae-
ilationa fer   loo gueiti.    Qood
Qiliin ■ • and hunting.
fi" i"1 to $18.00 per week, accor-
dlng to residence in hotel or villas.   A
In etti ndance.
I ot (uriher partleolars apply to
Harry Mcintosh, Proprietr
BALUYON HOT BPRINGS.
Balmoral Hotel.
E
tn   Fergus I   n.riy  rely upon  tbo very best of
Ion   al   Ilii''   well-kl'OVTli   hotel      U.S.ins aro
well furnished thioughout.    The liar is stocked with
assortment of palatable quencheri.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
lilL
A
Pointer
QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
YTIII V<(   NCW   AMI    l-IHST-l.'I,Ai*W   IN   AM. RCTPTtOTS
Fire  Proof Safe
Tbe banal ts stocked with in** l*'.«st Wlara >i.l utguM «n th« mwkct.
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
li Under the tame Murnnfomr-i.t.
When looking ;'■ to spend
your holidays, bear in mind
that  Trout   Lake   is   an
1   summer   resort      'i'he
■ v and climate n"";;1:' znificenl
time table:
ss. u_o p. i-.'v:^..
H   lalng b tween Arrowhoud,  '. is*
log.
Le. I'ljj Arrowhead tor Beatonan*^
x.     as     tullowe,
Com.. an ! .'.a.
I.. .. mil   v -.nn -.i..ix f.n
Ario..... s-.i. twice  dolly— "U^k  one
l^ll.'.K.        -rl ikiUg - "I'.llr-
. .: •• . i ■. i ■. -
r«   r'tft-r. -
el.Kii.:    Iiii..'-    Ol    s.olliiK'J      **
The Bowman Lumber Co., Limited.
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
THE
Place to Stop at
WHEN IN ROSSLAND.
—o—
Davis (Bb Loder - - Props.
Royal Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Mur-lcal Lntertf lament
KuC-tln  Bourd, World's
Mining News.
E. L. MORAND, -  PROP.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout* Leke L!v3ry
Freighting
Packing
Hawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables at Trout* Lako.
!
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   £_
iota Simpson,      Proprietor.
_________ -T',"-*"-
■4Ha*
■   V
MACKINNON   and
SUTHERLAND
CITY
11
Merchants.
SON - - B. 0.
THERE
lllii.le
liavo   been   f'.rtuneH
I.y   |U_ici0U«   invi'^t-
mem  In   1:*  '  EBtatw,
more rortuii - will be made :  in
.•ver the mxt two or three yean*.
The one whn reaps the  harioit ii
t, rlginal Inveator, tor li>* ha-.
liis mriiu'V on ;i reitainty.
\,iv. lei us point mitto ion tlir.t
there [• no better s\.nt nn the Con*
■   tu buy   Real  Kstnte thau
ti,  -IT l.AKK.
Trout Lake l» th" prettleel ipni
in the K "•' " \ •! M ■• pleMora
r. s.i; ii ha* ii" "imil B iftting
iui 1 lisliin * n.ay ie Indulged in
the >. ar round : while big game
in aiitindaiice is tn tho fom..l nn
the hills. tt» eUoiste la superb,
lv Ing m> itr.'ftt extreme*., it
being mild in winter und coo! in
eumtner. I' can bnasl »f some nf
ihe tin"-t In ti b aud i' -
r.n'is.i ColumMH. lis Btr<*ete are
wi'll laid »til an i gradi .i. Tl ere
r.r • two excellent gem r.il aton*8,
Mid n gtnncc al tho advi i lini-ineiMe
,! v. .'I shoe thai all
U'Hil.'s are fairly well r«*pre*ent''d.
Write  « Ith oonfi lencn to Agents,
/ '
^^V^
*"*_
^*w
t i !
R McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
iloction
I       i
Gc
once.
Then call on
or  v»ri.
. ■>■ ■   I
cr
Ik.
m
2s
i has never hod'a   'Jboom "—ita
gi iWltl lillH lu- e •».; .lv.     It Is
head of navigation,   and
•'. ii.ii ui i f the Lfii'l" luai'i li
.1 il s C 1 U. All iv i Is (in t! e
Lardeau) lead to front LaCe. It
is ihe ii..i-.iii'..i\i.il centre of the
rich'St mineral distriit on the
ei utinent n *■ >t hue banking farili-
lii*. provided I.y the luirriial
Bank ol Canada ; flrat-clasa acliool
arcomnandation under lhe «'iv*c-
tini. 'f B Shannon, B.A.; n Rood
watei ay stem 1 gnvernmenl < (Tic«-H;
Count) ('.'nn alttinge; Bfethodlal
Epiveopnl and Anglican churcbea
p.. .1 ci tiaiie hoapil
There are valuable raneh lands
mi ih" outskirts awaiting srttlcr!'.
Its lumber reaooreea are megnifi
cent, and a   band paw ntill  with a
■ \'\ of 60.000 fi. per day is st
f e it ml of lhe lake. The mines
tributary an- proving onl lip^ir
producers ev< y year, witb bew
l't'-iul.- opening u\>rich bodies of
'II vro   will   be   h   big  lticli  li.if
so    if   you    won l'l    know
tin ' e.    write    I't    (Hire   to    I iti f 1  oi
the Agents al the ml.in sees l alow.
___'!.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.O.
W
-a  UUUi^^
'I'lin reprewntative
ot tin lieb Liti'iiosu
COUfftnr. Sent to
any ml'lvess for $2
per an. in advance,
Mo   ST.
and General.    |
rfVQMmmmmrVmity
.tlveivry, who has held
of station  agent hero
epartui'o of F. T. Abey,
pAresday for   Nelson.
i relieved by H.J, llicktj.
noticed that this issuo
it larger than our usual
• hope our patrons will
Sange, which will  be the
paper in future.
ill smiles—-is not in it
»r Mobbs,of Gerard, these
ith the mill moving to
the  L'jnnoxville Hotel
it in it—fairlv in it.
Huble in Zioncity. Dowio'
tie  bounce  and general
foliva has got his job.
ck IV.  wa. successfully
st  Satu.day on Trout
liter Phelan'.
ias   got   in   this weefe
vegetable and garden;
owering   bulbs,    clover,
rand  Garden City lawn
■chdeacon Beer, of Kaslo,
services in the Anglican
it Sunday. The services
.1 and some exceedingly
c was rendered.
jward Crosby gave a lec-
s Methodist church last
1 light entitled -'Among
rn B. (J. Indians."   The
i illustrated by lantern
fhere  was a  very   poor
(4.    The rev. gentleman
lucted   services    in   tho
J church on Sunday.
o have books from the
earnestly requested toil without delay.
ies Committro will meet
r night at 8 o'clock.     A
ance is requested.
Mastereon, Secretary.
fcrry, of the Silver Cup,
Wednesday's Doat for a
Jay trip.
Parker,    inspector    of
put  measures, is around
nual inspection trip.
!«evesque is leaving short-
leasuie trip through the
t provinces.
our eye on thc Lardeau.
mining deals aro pend*
tt the   Provincial Home
fting,   the  Nelson   News
"t the  columns of  politi-
o which was nauseous to
el-headed  reader, and is
us news—and that in aj
manner.
{linger and Joe Hawkins
'ii for a day's fishing this
JThey secured some nicej
hen.
j  ■
rns has  returned from a]
rip I', tbe eoast cities.
wjujuiua
i IT "I P..
SEEDS
|WUH UttW.'l'll fiOW UUU cmWV*. 14HUUW vhjvu.
Evans has secured
ise for his Kiel at BcatonJ
i lmnil. rs have been en*|
rtl thc grand opening tooll
t Saturd iy. Wo wiih thJ
► success.
"Ison began Lis asueasiiifnl
the Auioin at   S Mile thii
ie  2tUh   inst,  lhe  I.adic^
, I give a basket Bull.
*, operations   continue
ler   grounds.   A clean-f
Bade in a few days.
y  successful   dance
iho  Alexandria hall, K<
it Monday night.
the   up pea ranee of opril
s onow roads breaking, traj
..ȣ is not all honey theso da| I  : I I
'"I
JF&bpr
*».     ,,  m,m        ■ —■ --_,■ _■„.
•tr.
j <_L ki _ rij
of every
Ferguson
Freighting
and
Packing
Outfit.
>_*-;
bs faithfully executed at the Review Job Dept
H  ">»»***-»...,•».»»,„_
LEGAL.
IS I) c   I-; 1.1 I OTT,
I'. .RRI8TEK, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
roul Lake, 11. I
ami
FerguBon,
<'.. .11 ir.i'ts entered into for packing of Mining Supplies, ecc.
to an*1 point in the district.
Hood, prompt seiviee, uml any work under':.Icon ■.n irtinieeil
Hllllslll,'|..l\ .
W.   Abrahamson
Contractor
•And Builder.
Owner of the- Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
a
For    ..ursclf
me
Don't Pay Rent.J
Easy Terms.	
o7bn WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Mineral Claims Snrveyed
and Crown Grants Obtained
ili'stdi'iK*'—-Ncxl lUeord OniPt*.
I mill l.riko. II <
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO- LTD-
Hardware, Mirers' Sr plies, Stovis
ami Ranges.
NELSON,  B.C.
notici-:
renders for  Mineral claim forfeited to
the Crown.
rentiers wiil lie received bytletui-
dersigned up to 12 .'clock, no .
T.i.'-.liiy. tii<" 'iili day "I February, ".on*;,
for the purchase ol the undermentioned
mineral claims, which were forfeited to
the Crown at lhe Tax Suit* held in the
Government otlice at Kaslo. B.C., on
th** 7th day of December, 1901.
To be considered, all tenders must be
in leant equal to the upset price, n
given below, which ll equivalent to the
mn..nut for which suci. claims could
have been re purchased nv the owners
oo the 30th of Jane, 1906, together with
the taxes which have accrued miico the
tax sale, the est ..f advertising for
tenders, and Crwwn lirunt fee.
Claim Lot No. Unset price
Consolidated Virginia :«''.»2     $45,06
Elk SOBS      40 4"i
Speculator 3!>!)4       44.00
Kach tender must be accompanied by
a certified cheque for the full amount
thereof, payable at par at Kaslo. in
favor of the undeisjgned. The cbequ. b
of all Unsuccessful tenderers will be Immediately returned.
B. K. CHIPMAN,
Coveriiment Agent, Kaslo, b.c,
H. N. Coursier
HKVKI.STOKK. II. ('
F IKE    ins u i: a N c i:
|£08BB8   PAID   PBOMPTL.
Wrile for Kates.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Head Office:.
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Capital Aii.hori*Kvd.f4,(W0,000
Capital [paid up] -   8,500.000
H ml   -       -       -    3,500,000
[{r.melies i'i lhe Northwest Torrlto*'l<*s, Pro\ i..   s ol British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontiu io nnd Quebec.
T. R. MKKKITT, President. D. R, WILKIE, Vlee*Prea.and Qon. Man.
E. HAY, A sain tan I Gen, Manager.      VV, MO. FAT, Chiel Inspector
Trout    L.kf,    n.C.    Branch—A    Orncr.l    Hanking    ltu*.lntt..    Tranrwctcil
Savings Oepartmeiit—Pep..sits received nn.l Interest allowed,
Draft*, "'.lil ivitilnl.le In nil purls 'if i'i.'iiiil...
United Unites ind Europe.
Specie 1 attention Riven t*>.oollectJoBS nod
Mini in.- I'., i.i I.-.
T. B. BAKER,
rianager
ALEX.   OEAWPOBD    .
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Siulille, Puck and Cartage Horse*. Always for Hire
FreiahtiR'd, PacHna and
Tuaoiing a Specialty
Daily stage leaves  Beaton al 12 o'clock rorTronl Lake Fergnson and Csm boras
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Lake (or Beaton at 7 a.m.
ilt'ii, s. Mfl'uiii'i. .1    A. Hum y
A, M. PINK HAM.
HARVBY Mc.ARTER & PINKHHAH
SOLICITORS, Kic
REVELSTOKE   E>.  C
Niiu-iiiii-k ior Imperial li.u.l, ..i Oonitds,
BRIGG8        .1. M. BCOTT, i.i..n.
Scott & Briggs
Barristers and Solicitors
Solicitors for Molson's Bank,
REVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
• /* l6^*?-3^r-.'
*-trLt»**'.-
RE8EBVE,
RIGHT OF WAV  FOR   RAILWAYS,
ETC.
Notice is hereby given thai nil Crown
lands along the locate i lim .   ■: u
way, power, or tramway company, incorporated   under authority  ol    the
Legislature ol this Province, and hav*
il •.'  a  width   of  fifty   (.".(I)   feel "ii ouch
side ol said lines, sre reserved lor right
!■ .I •. such railway, (tower
ni tramway company.
w. 9. con;:.
I'fj.utv Com. ol Lands end Works.
A Works Dept.
Victoria B.C., 3rd Oct., l'.)05.
L__.
.....
! r
Drug Store js
-.-*-*-•*** .^..^^^.___. *,,»,_.^.__«..«,_„^ ^j (ji
PROPRIETARY Bohool Supplies.
Toilet Articles,
Ktc.
BTRICTLY0A8H
m
PRESCRIPTION
WORK
'a
m
C
mml
A VVl.L LINE OF t'llOK K STATIONERY.
d
..     ■   :.   i : -.:.-;■.      .-.:..;  ,..' 11   r  -.    : ::  ...    ..'   ...   jj I    £3*0   _-'  _.'• O O   ■ I  ..
■::»«_]
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  B  C.
Best Hotel in Town,
.spiers for Hii as} Commercial Men.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN;  PROP
1
TROUT   LAKE   LODGE    I. O.O.F
NO. II
sr meeting*, in ni in
lOW'K      Hull     "NIT.'
I HI      S
/tultlns ' " ith"
era cordially tvtlooms,
. H,.;.
P. m. Shepherd. rw.
TTJ8CAN   LODGE,
N-. 30
A.F.  v. A.M.
.ltd   Thursday each
un.ut li.
Viaitora Welrome
_
TEe Lardeau Brewing
iai_y	
■.*—-,
Lager Beer
and Porter.
Trrv"
Draft ®»Bottled.
Brunei, Stall!., ut Tmtit T/.!.-. 1V<M... I', lt*ieon ,u,<! I'.ntot.'   ,,  i ,.„|,i„,i.s,,    If i ......Wlivir.    t*l^_iSSS&B^^^^®SSSS^_>S^® E3
ir
■    ■
© K
Barber Sbcp
— f*OR A —
Good Shave or Hair Cut
— CALL ON	
William SchneSI,
KsaeosoN
Hot and Cold Daths-
Aei-.iui.tant,     ....       Auditor.
J. C. MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE, It. C.
Ontfiue Company*'   i,-it"r. nts carefully
looked after,
Aiirnt Inr Umirlni 'I PI
Starke? & Co.
WHOLESALE DEAT.BRfl in Batter,
Kggs,    Cheeje,    Produce    ami   Fruit
Houst .ii Hk., Josephine St. Nelson,B.C.
NOTICK.
The ordinary annual general
meeting oi the Primrose Gold Min
ing Company. Ltd. Liab., will !»•
.held al the office ol the Company,
Trout Lake, B.C., on Friday, February 2nd, 1906, at 8.80 pm., for
the purpose of electing directors
for the ensuing year and sunh
other business «.-. may be properly
brought before the meeting.
J. M. MILLER, Sea-Treas.
Dated at Trout  Lake, B.C. 2nd
day of January. 1006.
The U. C. ASSAY and CM   HICAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, 15. C.
Headquarters lor Amyert, Mining snd
Mill Supplies. Sole n_t-iit« In B. C. for
Morgan Crucible 0o., Battersea, Bng»
Und ; P. W. Hriinri 4 Co.'s PsientCnry
Pomaces, Burners, i*tc i Wm, Ainu
arortU A Co.'s Pine Balances, etc,, etc.
Imperial
Barber Shop.
For <i I Haircntting and
l-liiointr i.'.. i"
G. A. CHEESEMAN
Till.IT I.AK1.. Il\
Hot. and  Cold Baths.
latfiis-wiw"-
FLOUH=
^FLOUE,
aymond
$3.50 per 100 lb.
NOTICE.
During the   Winter   Months our Store wiil
be open  from   8  a.m.   to  7   p.m., except
Saturdays and nights preceding  holidays
Trout Lake
;'_rir!_-fi*fM|gy^jg *JMf*_
FLOUI_==
==^FLOUR
V.M. Westfall & Co.
Mitimij limkers.
Minini: I'r.i.it'rli." Itiipnrl. .1 nn, ,	
Mill' '"III Hint Snlil, rin   i   i. _ .i i '
Miiiliit-'l'mi'. 'He ■ l.'.i.Uctl A lie r fer Num-KcbI- '
.le.il-.   I
mi-sr^sc;LAKEViEW HOTEL
* Hasa.tn. - | "'-!__■B'0'
GoWorBiiw..............      »i ,o Bar well Supplied with Liquors &, Cigars
Cnl.l mil' Silver |. 00 , „      . .,    ., „        , .,   .  .
Bilver and Lead  S 60 Lurge Coinlorii.il.' Booidl.   Excellent Cuu-iiu and Attendance.
Copper    l 00 M _,
Zinc |] 60 ~"'
-' SHANT,;,,uT.rr,, RHadden & Levesque  -  * Props
P.Burns&Co
WHOLESALEi AND   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
Dealers lo <vll kinds of Fresh Mt-nt
IBOTJTLAKE,B.C
F. B. Wells,
HKVKI.STOKK, B.C.
RAW FURS
J0UGH7
CASH   PRICES   PAID
j
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