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Has n larger circulation man nny
Newspaper in N.
Kootenay. Best advertising  medium.
VOL. a
Capital for
Le fcoi Squabble.
GVT    jjt. Tl"' -.Uabble now going on over
. IN . MineS.   u; R°l affairs is unfortunate. Thia
  ""'"'r which   litis done so much to
THREE    DIRE0T0B8    LOAN advertise the   Kooten.J  oountry
COMPANY   ONE THIRD OfI tliroiig|„,t,i the world, seems to bt
 TR0UT LAKE CITY,   B.C., NOV. 2, ,90.5.
Local Mining
Conditions.
The representative
uf the rich Lardeau
countrv.      Sent  to
viiiiiiiry.       Beni-   10
nny address fur $2
per an. in advance.
AMOUNT REQUIRED. THE
BALANCE WILL BE RAI8ED
IN ENGLAND.
The management ol the Greal
Northern Mines, Limited, has resolved upon n step whi.-h teems
certain to reault within a very
short lime in placing the company
<m :i stab's limn eiiil footing, and
permitting of the resumption of
active development work at some
..f the company's properties.
It ha.- been decided lo rata by
mortgage immediately the sum of
$10,000 to liquidate a pressing
debt and then to raise by debentures 1200,000 to clear all other
debts, purchase mining machinery
and develop some of the company,
many properties.
Nearly a third of lhe amount
has already been subscribed, and
there is no doubt of the company.
ability t.> raise the bal .■.
An extraordinary general meeting of the oompany was held in
lie company's offloe on Friday,
27th ult. There were present: \V.
I Cochrane, in the chair, VV. H
Pool, F. VV. Godaal. B, Crilley, ft,
Hodge, W. !•:. Goenell, VV. A
Jowetl and H. Irvine President
<'..chr:ui" submitted   bis   scheme,
which     wn-     :i| pn v. .1     without
•11--' lit.
hoodooed*.     Recklessness  on   thi
pari ..f the London end at one
lime and at  other   times misman
agement of the property, ami now
the "rule or ruin " policy of M"
Millan bids fair to ruin one of tin
best properties of British Columbia
The effect of  this will not ou iv be I
OP INTKRKST TO .HOSE
WATCHING THE PROGRESS
AND DEVELOPMENT OF
THE RICHEST MINERAL
8ECTIONOF ; HE PROVINCE
Work starts ! on Monday at  the
I       lvi< w with a ereu of live men.
Tlie work is in charge of Al Hous-
detrlmental to the intere*ts of thi-!l''
particular pi..perty. hut to th.
whole mining industry of the province. We are looking for outside
capital to open up our mines, but
the non-i roductiveness of such
capita] already invested, cause.
principally through reckless management, will have a deterrent
i (feet.
lligl
'wed  oul  and the trail
•"  »hnpe,  shipping will com-
-
put 	
i The prop rty is looked .-
f  im- I.y those   who   are familial- with it. and   the local syndi*
ate  are  bi ing   congratulated  on
their deal.
Alex. Crawford, of Beaton, was
' a visitor tli is week. '
Lea.I reached i.'."' on the London market this week, tho highest
[uojation iu many years. .Silver
and copper ar.- firm, but Inactive.
J. 8. Lawrence, divisional superintendent of tho (' I'H , stated
Monday th.it the train service on
the Lardo branch wiil be continued thrcughoul the winter, and thi
steamer service on Trout hake will
be maintained as long as possible,
Quick Work
on Beatrice.
159 FEET IN .'it DA VS. AN
AERIAL THAN! 8,600 FEET
LONG CONSTRUCTED. A
5KooT LEAD TAPPED IN
THE LONG TUNNEL.
I, • 110000 mortgage ia nln i Ij
arranged for. Of tbe $200,000 debentures, 960,000 bas already been
subscribed by throe <>f the directors. The balance will be rai-r.l
in England. W. K. ('oehriine and
F, VV. Godaal will leave for Fug-
land for that purpose about Dec*
ember 1st
From its inception the company
has been handicapped by lack of
working capital, r weakness which
was made more acute by the i*.• i>^r
period of tedi.-us nnd COStly litigation over the title of tha Lucky
.lack.
The oompany control.- mon 1 ro*
pcrties than it can develop al once.
It is understood t>> be the ii.t. ntion
<.f the oompany t<> n suroe the operations at the Oyster-Criterion as
soon as possible, and then lo develop the Swede group. There ia
no doubt entertained by any mem
ber of tha company that if a fair
dart can be secured, with adequate
equipment, the property will rapidly reach the stage at which i, can
p: > for it- own development
In this connection it i-1. arned
lh.it    the   la-t   el.-in up   from  the
Oyster • Criterion    mines   netted
18,000.
.1. M Lay. manager >.t the Im
p'lial hank wan appointed trustee
ol the deb iiture fund The directors are pleased al the decision ..f
the executive, mid  are Confident of
the successful carrying out of tin
plans    Kelson N'.ws.
Floating Fortress.
The first keel plate of the Dread
nought, which will bo the most
powerful battleship in the world,
was   laid at   Ports nniith hv  Miss
Douglass, daughter of the commander in chief at Portsmouth. The
Dreadnought will be a modification of a type recently designed hy
Sir Philip Watts. Her displacement will he nhmit IS.(KM tuns.
The Dreadnought will be armed
with ten 1',' inch guns of the latest
lyi e, each being capable of throwing a 960 poun I shell a distance of
20 mile- with a muscle velocity of
upward- of 2,500 feel per tecond.
What this means may he real
ised from the fact that the striking
power of .he new battleship will
be as great ns t.ny three battleships
ol the ordinary type at such a
range as that at which the engagement w*s .',.. i e.l in the Sea of
Japan.
The long range actions during
the late war taught the lesson that
the main essential uf a battleship
;s ability t>> strike crushing blows
a! a distance of  five or six miles.
This the Dreadnought can do,
nnd as no other warship has hitherto mounted more than 4 12-inch
guns, there wi 1 be nothing afloat
that can stand up ng.iinst her in a
sea action.
The Dreadnought wiil l>. driven
by turbinea at a -peed of 20 knots
aii hour, and she will also in Spite
of her great size he able t>. | A8I
through the Sue/, canal.
The new battleship will lie
Stroiigly protected with steel arm..I
ami in addition to being tbe most
p,.i\, rful waiship in the world she
will be <|uilt   iii the  shortest time.
for it is exported thai she wiil be
launched in February.
the  ]
with  all
Bible foi
into it.    The
I" rfi ctly  wnt
the
im ii
work is proceeding
vim and erierj.-, *j
nml hori a io | ul
flume i.- being made
T-tight  with  (-null;.
A nugget of almost Bblid Bilver,
over two feet wide and two inches
thick, weighing 80 1 s. and valued
at $380, was recently taken out ol
ih.; Trethway Cob mine near
Cobalt, Out.
McKay Gets tho Job.
W. S. Gor-* was relieved from tho
position of deputy commissioner of
lands and works  for  the province
tbis   week   after 32  years in tho
service.      His   successor   is   Neil
McKay,  tlie   premier's   secretary,
whilst the lalters place is assumed
hy Lawrence Macrae, a well-known
Victoria newspaperman.    A good
many government  members wanted the appointment in  succession
to Gore, but R. F.   Green insisted
upon makinghia own appointment.
Mr  McKay was formerly a   prominent Kaslo lawyer.
'ng and  pitch,   It  will  be some
weeks,  however, before a cl
will be mat
lean-ui
The body of iron und galena
struck last week at the big tunnel
is proving an incentive to tbe man*
■ni, and  it  is not unn
• ,   r, did a good body .'f ore
h, fore many more fi et are driven.
The Cup is still pushing ahead
- ipment with all the nnn
nvailub'e. The ore Bhon im -
improving, if anything. Ureal
ri suits are 1.•• .k.-.l for on ti. ie-
bu rap tion ol shipments.
•lim
ore i'-
Th. on
'..llll' 8.
.\!1 • Vars came in from I Camborne on bis monthly visit. He
I has added Alex. I rawford to his
iist of clients along the accounting
line, so after this all Alec's patrons
can expect a presentation of ac-
count* early in the mi nth.
Wm. Schnell leave.- Trout Lake
this week to lake up hi? abode permanently in Ferguson. 11:11 is
one of the boys who came in a few
y. ars ago and has stayed with the
district through good and had. For
.-..ine time he has run tonsorial
parlbrs al Ferguson . and Trout
Lake. Hi- has Bold the Trout Lake
business to G. A Cbeeseman, an.l
wish. -  to   convey his   thanks   to
One hundred  and fifty-nine feet
in 'II   .lay-is the  record that the
contractors  who   are  driving  the
crosscut in the Beatrice mine have
made t.. date.   Thii is exceptionally good work,  and about 'JO feet
remains to   be   driven before tho |
main  lead  is encountered    It is
ex] ted that  this will he accomplished by Nov. 5th, says the Cain-
borne   Miner.       The   contractor*
commenced their work  at a point
200 feet from the mouth  of the
tunnel, that   distance having been
driven  previously, and  at  a dis- ;      ,         -—*...« „_,* mm.
, ,,„ t.t       .i i-    Deve optnent work is w<* 1 forward,
tanee of 430 feet from the tunnel s       ,     l' •
_     ,   .   ,    , . , 'and   good  results  are anticipated
mouth a five-foot lead was tapped, .        , '
i   . ... ii i     i      i- ■   from the output,
heing one of the small lends which
.. , A. II. (.ran v made  the  follow-
traverse the propertv. • _.
, • ,  .        ., _«\ r   . i       ing .-t.it.-iin-iii t>>  the Nelson News
An   aerial  tram  3,500 feet long     "        , .
,      , ,   , .    .. , this week : "It is   five wars and a
has been erected for the purpose of ■        ,.
...       ... ...   few da v.-since I took charge of the
conveving timber  to  the  mine, it ' h
,   .     * , u    i-       i-i Eva.    I have never  felt  like say-
•heing above timber In.•-.   lhe tram  . ....
,   .,. ., ing  anvthing  about it before.    It
is  built  in   two seen..ns.   the tar*  . - .      .        ,
, ..      „ .. ... : is only now getting into shape sat*
minus of the  first   section-which * *"
•    .-_->*   . i      .i     •   ! l-fectorv to me.
section   is   1...IK) feet in IcntiUi • i-          „  * .  .          ,.   ,
...       .         ,•           , .,       .,          '• ica : wu  are gaming  a little
st thc mine cabins, and the other! ~,
every month now.     That is satisfactory.    But we have a lot of ex-
Eva Prospects.
Prospects at the Eva mine are
brighter now than they have ever
been. The company ia making
money each month and constantly
improving its plant and equipment. There are now 10 men employ! d  at  the niinc and the mill.
'rout Luke peoph- f-.i Iheir | atron
ng.- an-l I., speaks ;i continuan ie of
it for bis success ir, Mr. Cheosem in.
n  his | ro erty at Gerard.
i- ir-. , cai ryi g good gold
Jenkins is sbipping a car cfi    Fred. Elliott and  Jno. Simpson
m  ),;■> . -..• ..-••• -* *•       '   returned from Nelson  Wednesday
night.
Wo congratulate our esteemed
citizen, 0. W. Aliralian.--i.il on the
addition of a little stranger who
tip- the scales at l'JA pounds, We
wish the little visitor a pleasant
journey through life, and in the
year- to come may he preside over
the then biggest city of the in.
tei ior, Troul Lake City.
Nate Lay and Ji Verschoyle
have temporarily quit >>:i the Calumet ami Hecla Th.-v have a
contract lo -ink a 50 feet shaft,
and nil1  return to resume opero-
lii :,.- in a few daw-.
"T*™,"Ipenditnre ahead at both tie mine
single!
,     .  .and  the mill      We have delayed
section extends 2 000 feet further
down the bill into heavy timber
The train,  consisting of a
...hie on which a carrier is hauled. j^^^^^mmMmmmmmxtxtmwmmm^mWm
, -i/i -ii making improvement..' m;:ii (hey
by aid of a  horse,  wiil   • rove a|      ....       '
moot economical method of transporting timber and supplies to the
mine, as it obviates the necessity
of traversing a steep and tortuous
jtraiiwlii.h  taxed  both  time and
•liin Livings 0 .  |,ai   been work
ing on the Go'd Bug adjoin:
Rambler up the South Fork.    He
ta   i  good  showing of clean
"re and a ni,-,- body oi ooncentr
ting goods.
patii lice. The mine is to be equipped throughout with new track,
lire tons of 12 lb. rai a having been
taken up for that purpose.
On Tuesday, Mi
17th. ii is in-
—j
could be   iu-titied   by the result of
developments. There arc about 40
men altogether nt the mine and
mill.
" Th- mine now looks well
enough ...1 thru Is justification now for any necessary expenditure for improvement of tho
plant. Ao far as I know improvements will be made, probably very
gradually. The company's pros-
p.-r-ts look bright.    I have every
.ww   «v...r.   imi;iii.     i nave evcrv
tended to provide a entertainment confidence in the property.    Yes ;
-i.delv bv   the    h'tilo r,n^      It  —*»
Halloween Social.
A large  number of  friends  ao
A. J. Gordon i- doing Borne g 1
work on bis lease of the Free
Coinagi , A shaft ia being sunk on
Ihe h ad and some clean ..re being
lakl n out.    A   good   body  of   con-
CRiitratinc ore is being passed
through. Tin j roj erty occupies a
good position between the si wi
Cup uml Triune and ought to
prove a winner.
c. pted the invitation of the Ladies'
Guild of the Anglican Church to
nn " Al llmue"   in the Oddfellows' ^^^^^^^^
Hall on Tuesday evening last.    a| noction with extending the equip
un nt ol the mill",
Two  mining  mi n from Si itl le,
Messi -   li. ml   an 1   I.e. are visiting the   Eva   mine.    It  ia cjuile
: ibablo that their visit is in i on*
Bob Boms met with a severe aeon Wednes lay. lie had a
contract for cutting 603 ci
wood, ;i d Btarted in the morning
with a view of doing thc whole job
Up in a day or two. Fate decreed
it otherwise, and at 3.32 p.m. the
axe fell, and from that time until
6.18 1>is. Laugbton, Black ami
.-linger, assisted by surgeon Robinson, worked bard applying lotions
and stitching tbe wound. Latest
bulletin reports Bob resting easily,
wilh a fine chance for recovery in
the morning.
solely by the little ones. It will
be interesting and you"don't want
to miss it.
the last .-'can-up was very satisfac-
tary.'
New Time Schedule.
The c.l'.U. ss. Procter leaves
now at :t p in. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, returning about
midnight While this time schedule is not so convenient aa Ihe
former one, we deem ourso'vea fortunate, in having tin* service kept
Up, We lire a 1 Way8 open In criticise this corporation, but recng*
'i*e that their int. r. sts on the
Kootenay l.nke have to nl the present time take precedence over the
Lardeau. Wo trust, however, that
the opening of nn\ igalion •'. lhe
■prfng will he on the old schedule.
A large quantity of supplies are
heing packed to the Silver Dollar.
evening	
most enjoyable time waa aj-ent byl
all present.    Several  of  the la.li.-
. ., .    I
of  a  versatile turu wore comniia-l
stoned to keep tho fun  going fast
and furious,   and   it   111 US I   l.e said
thev   achieved   a   BUCCVSS I I I rt
were games of the got .1 old fashion*
ul rollicking -..rt. and those of a
milder touch in which both old
and voting participated with vim
An excel,', nt supper "as spread in
A tunnel i- bi in*, di iven on thc
*>pidi i on Pool creek by J. Decelle
ind ('. I arson, und   thev are pasa*
n • 'hi..ugh a l.ig body of iron. It
is thought that i large body of
i.i I. no Is hch ml tho iron.
The Victoria re, reacntative of
the Ne!:.on News is authority for
the statement that John Houston
w ll retain his seat in the Provin*
cial Legislature.
Ladies, attention ! Leave your
orders fi r the " Delim ator" at the
Review office.
A full mi-tii.g of the Trades'
Committi o is requested on Monday
night at the Ri view office. Business ol importance will be brought
up for discussion.
Mr.   Tunst.il!,    who   has   been
handling   Alex.   Crawford's    ac- ——^   ^_.	
counts for somo lime has severed H» »•■» Btatod that such a project
bia . ni!: .-li,,ii with that linn. He would receive his hearty common-
leaves shortly for Kam'cops and dation. We thoroughly agree with
the coast i'1'9 honor, and  would advise tbe
Trades' Council to take th. matter
His Honor Judge Forin at the
recent sitting of tbe County Court
iiere Strongly advised tlie building
of a court hous • He said our
needs warranted the expenditure
anil that three or four thousand
dollars would put up a bui'ding
which would, he thought,equal tho
demand  for some  years to come.
Business Chaoses Han.s.
isposed of
"ivery
—^mm Ales   (irawfi id  has
the dining  chamber, after piutak- .|„.   |lou.    Lake end ol   Im
ing of which  Professors NotrehtaIand   transfot   business   to
dkYarrum gave an exhibition ol Craig and  Will  Crawford.    Here*
legerdemain and mystery.   Their after theae two gentlemen will en-
box ol nyalery waa a greal mirth deavour to give you cayeuaea war*
provoker, and at tho saw? time a ranted nol to buck, but will carry
source ol wonder.    We can thnr* you n-if silting in an easy chair,
oughly  roc lend tho professors Andy is tbe pioneer freighter and
I,, those I'll the look out  for nili-l-    i- .,,,.,.„,„,, ,.f ,i,    i       ■ , . .
iii- , ,i      iM.'iMii.'in ot the I,; •( i..ni, am   Ins
Dancing was indulged in until the •    . .    . '"'"
early   hours  ol   lhe  morning lo """>'   fl'""'''s :|"' P*eaBed t.. see
music supplied by  Mossrs. Hell,   bitn re-oatablished In  the bnaine's
and Ciirothi re. . hP built up In the days gone by.
Bohn.—On Saturday, 28tb ul'., lo
the wife of •».  \\. Abrahamson,
a roil.
Bi v.ml Trout Lake parties were
interesti d In tbe court sittings n'
Nelson   this  week.     Chism vs. i:.
 <  <-'iiiIy, action for commission on
Ai dy purchase of Orange Hamilton's in*
' 'teres! in the Lucky .lack. Dismissed with oosts. Langford vs.
(irani. Aii action for boirowed
money. Judgment for plaintiff
$360. E, M. Morgan vs. (;,.,..,.'
Northern Mines. Claim for wages.
Adjourned,
.1 R, Campbell, the druggist of
Camborne, and an old-timer of
that p'OBperoiiS town, has left for
lle.llev city, where he will embark
in tin- drug bus'ness, We wish
Johnny the best of luck.
Arthur Cowing,   of  Camborne,
Catlie in mi a visit yesterday.      lie
r. | -it- matters in good shape
around Fish (.'reek. Lumbering
and mining are making go-id headway. The I'.v.'i, Beatrice, Silver
Dollar and Mammoth are all employing good forces ol mon, and
tho lumbering com] anies are operating hugely.
Mrs. J, W. Thompson eame up
Irom I'o; lar Wed esilny night and
left for Hon ton Thursday morning
»P. m    	
Joe Verschoyle ia trying t<> interest property owners around
Poplar and Rapid creek in the establishment of a custom stamp
mill. His plan is to get the propertv owners to guarantee a certain
tonnage and give as an inducement
options and interests in different
claims. The plan is favorable,
and Mr. Verschoyle has already
Interested a mill man in tlie
project.
A. <l.  Fraser
bulbs on hand.
ha-   a  line   lot of
Hugh McPherson went to Kaa'o
Mrs and Miss Lotus <inh\i h left
on Wednesday for Midway, B 0,
They will go to join .las. A. (irif-
lith. and tluir departure will be
great ly felt  in   social  and   church
I J ______________________
this week to attend   a   meeting of : circles      They  carry  away   wi'h
ih.' License Commissioners. i ihem lhe best wishes of Ihe town.
HI. Hillman was taken to tho
ll velstoke hospital t'.is week, he
having received a severe scalp
WOUnd while logging ;it his camp.
The accident was cans d by a taut
limb of a true rein muling and
striking him on the head with
great force. After having his in-
juiies dressed he was able to return, but n rest will bo necessary.
Alec, Cummins was at Nelson on
business this week.
.1. ('. Kirkpatriok, a director of
the Reward Co., informs us as wo
g.. lo  press  thai  ii  s'rike of good
galena was made in ihe big tunnel
* li in morning, I
KiM.
THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
I. Printed at Troul Lake illy, «u.i i*n i -'i-ii, -'
at Fargosou uml Trout Luke every Tuur*da<
' T,ii> K Inn I > II not mil.I In nii.-ll it-|...iiii hlo far the opinion* ot oorreipundeuti i *-
prcined Iu IU oolumni
All l...'..is «'in i le.ri.fii ni  tbe rate of li
qpiiIs per line, ilr-i iiis.'i-iH.ii, unit in eeou pe.
lllll- I'licil Mills. .,.11-111   11.S| 111 OH.
T«rm» fnr Tnimleilt nnd ..tl ■ r ?i 1%. r'i-mi.
w ill be iiui.lc iiiiiwii on application i.i ..ill.*-
Biibscrioti-ai r.'WiH yen.-, in advance.
With this issue the RKVIKW enters the second y.ai of its existence, and we take this opportunity
of thanking subscribers, advertisers
and numerous friends for their
verv valuable   assistance   to   our
Ztout Xaf.c
XKHatcr
Supplg (3o.
%tb.
®
By us-ng Water supplied by this
Company yu are assured ol absolute purity.   Government Analysis
to back up statements. :::::::
Hugh McPherson - • Supt.
umhia Hut when it is known
that the Cab'nef Minister will not,
act upon the uncorroborated state-j
ment of any one man, but will
seek the advice of the many, the
door closes on the man who would
manipulate lhe d- partment to gain
his own Bel fish ends.    By pursuing
a. W. EDGE
asters
Griffith
(SbCo
Painter *—
Decorator.
LAKH
B 0.
efforts in rearing  the infant.   Tofthe policy of making personal in- ITROUT
produce a  weekly news| sper in a | vestigations into tin; wauls of the j 	
small  i.lining  camp in   the   very people generally, and not depend-
heart  of the   Selkirk.-  is fraught  ing wholly on  the opinion of one.   /'"'"*       fyf       ^-V^ff Fff   |J
with   more  difficulties   than   the j the Lands and  Works department  \Me    I !•       I   X/la-yJL/
average reader is aware of.     Ni ws
has to be gathered,  and a trip to
a wild spot results in | erbapa hut
a small  paragraph, and with our
radius extending several hundred
**-«■-.
■ ee»e»^-»s>« >»♦♦«♦*..
under its present chief, has won
the j roud distinction of being conducted in a more efficient manner
than nt anv time since British
Columbia became one of tbe Pro*.
miles our readers, we feel sure, vinces of the Dominion 'lhe fact
realize and appreciate our iff. its that th" bitterest opponents of the
to print news which has a sole Government can find nothing to
local interest. A few complaints [criticise in the Government at the
have reached us of our not produc* present time is |erhaps the best
ing news of the outside world, but ti Btimo y .>f the efficiency of every
in this we ere guided  hv oar sub- department administered bv Hon.
sorintion  list.    Two-thirds of our II.  McBride and his ministers.—
*
subscribers  are scattered through-   Economist,
out   the   globe,  and   their object
in'subscribing is to keep in touch
with the Lardeau.
We are yet in short clothes, very
short clothes, but we have not
stayed under the requirements of
the district, but we are hopeful of
improving m:r services in the near
future. Jas. C. Murray still attends to the windy end of the bis
while Jn... .1. Atherton pursues the
various duties of a ''devil." We
have fh'ia far dodged a raid by tbe
sheriff, and while subscribers pul
up Ihe needful we have no fear of
standing him off. The Rkvikw is
for the Lardeau first, last and all
the time.
E. L.
MASTERSON I
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc.    All work
Guaranteed.
LWm Bloct W Me, B.C
AH the Latest
Magazines on
Salect "The
Review."::::::
44
m
General Merchant
Miners'
Supplies
POPLAR
-   B.C.
!♦»«-*. . ,.ti-*:*s-j >?,. -.-:
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Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
4fo
:m
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Get votir
Stc    rji^ry
;; Mining Review.
K.istern papers are comnientinrt
upon the fact that tbe Canadian
Bank nf Commerce i- advertising
in Glasgow, Scotland, pa|.rs f..r
junior clerks, tin* salary offered
beinp £">0 a year. It is not t>. Ik-
wondered at t! at the bank  .-i.oul.l
have to look outside of Canada for Jof) Pril_t_H.£ at lhe
clerks when the remuneration of-
fered is so meapre. Bovs wh
chief employment ie lo sweep .-ut
offices and run messages can earn
battel wages than th* bank is
apparently prepared to pay young
men who most be i assessed ..f fair
education anJ who would be compelled to pay the greater part ol
their eirnings in eh.tie s. In face
of thc bank statements, which tell
in glowing language ol tbe profits
earned, it is surprising that l«-ttei
salaries cannot he paid to clerks
an_ thus afford an opening for
Canadian boys.    Nelson News.
you want to SeLL
you want to HUY
|
J
IF
Correspond with lhe
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
W*e have several <.   - I Proper-
:   - listed .rn h InVli _,...| ternia
Call  le- ll . I.
Lsi'dca;i Mines £Uchai:gu
" Ri
I      ■ i ak.   B.C.
General
Merchants,
Trout Lake
NEW _0RK LIFE AS
I OMPAXY,
SURANCI
*■     I •        • 'i   .\ .i.  Photi
TIIOS. TAYLOR,  l_. .-.•.
REVEl BT  KB
niistry,
[>H  MIf.U). ltno«
I
lo In  st« Idnrtat
Tbi Aberdeen Block
■ ii f•'> no
.   .      *  ,        i
A. Milloy
M^gf^rf,^^^^^^^^,^^,!^^,!^
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AND
I. r i K, J. Y. Griffin & Co.
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NOW
ta the tune f .r you to
' . Buy Lots. Never were
th.   i.  ■(...- of Ferguson
I*'-    hi."III.
The Town of FI RGU8QN
will he one of ibe Rseatrsl
Ore Producing Camps in lbs
World." The high degree i I
succeaa    aehii red    bt    tha
lllllll. -I..U, \\     I.     \    |       J    J|   V ;,„,]
I'h'.M ili'AI. Ul:i|J»l! sod
A II I RICA N M I N I NG
1 0MPANI1 - . ■ -•■ penning
there   is   ■   till ,      to   Ibe
Irei .1. ii- «• ...H,   .' tbe bills
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CAXCl LLATION OK RESERVE
Hon. R. P.Green, Commission*
er of Lands and Works, is now
making a t> ur of his own riding,
and will reach N> son early ne_-(
week. Since Mr. Green accepted
oflice in the Mvl;i .1.- Government
lie has made it his duty to visit
the Kootonay three or four times a
year. Ue is thus always in touch
with the people of tbe interior, and
is able to deal intelligently with
their lemands. Jn the old times
the ministers never left Victoria
until an election came on; then ■
ih.-y made a hurried trip through m
th^  ,-...lr.lM.   .....I -    I 1     J!"*"*1
J.
CUMMINS
nf i
:
mil.-. ..
FERGUSON
•
NELSON,
Egg
Ham, I
B   C.
Smith & eo.
45 Hlcury Street, Vi.NTHI.AL.
!   GH CI IBS I7.IL0R8.
GUSON
w
II.I   i ted in the I nr
ih i i    al    n _■ i lai    Intervals
'   •■   -..-nr.     di.'rr"
■ .-  Bill re.-. . .
.. i laih ■- v || nr- in i liofj |
l IKJ ..-il l.'.i'mi.s In a few weeks.
N
COAST  DISTRICT.
[..I l. i i
.III!
Iiii  I: i    ..
I r     i.i      .     r. ■ .       : i   .. ;   ;1
..I leu   r:.iu-    o .   i ni li  tide   nt  Im-
Kk'cua Hlvrr Url       » Kll«!'u» o uij   n mul
II.!/.      1
S '      .' I1- ll    .,■!
be .'"iintiy and were
of n^ain   until   another
never heard  unnron, .- . «.
Ian ' ■ KIM
i Ctioll    ll   imliil
campaign.    Th- ministers of the "
McBride   Cabinet   inaugurated   a ft
new system.   Tbryare constantly I
in touch   With   the   le.i'le. .,,,.1 do  ^ " " '" !'"
not have to depend on rumors filtered   thr  Ugh   b.'ilf-a-tb._eli  <-lnii-
nels  Ik fore it reaches them   I ■,
their guidance In oonducting the
affairs of their office.    A   llkon ■; •!.
knowledge of loeal auditions is
particulai ly essential in tlie sue
cessful administration of tbe affairs of the Chii f Commissioi 11 -
offl se. A designing man <•, i
make repn    ntal lhe Ci m
loi f acted   u
mi•.■ht -1
often I..-, ii th.- case of British < -i-
w. s. OOItiC,
I .     -   -   iinmliwloiiei nf l*i .1. .i Woi Im,
I ■- il i      I i J 10 lliu-til.
\ .. Ii-.ln. ,'!.'   ..   li-l AUfU  I, i 11 .
H.
N. Coursier
REVELSTOKE, Ii. C.
j   . i i: i-:    I v H V i: a N c B
tV.il
A I i>   i'i:'. M m
.• f..r Hater.
5000.1
Telegraphers
^NEEDED
\   ..  .i   -.   In I
-1  ■•-. i..i.
He MHiitYOt NOMLN
I.AMI S
LEARN TELEGRAPHY
ANi P..P.. ACCOUNIfNC
We 0|k
ll'ol • ■ ■
■ ■
-iw- I   ■       llll
WORLD.    Kuli -   and
■-■■■!   In    all   I.    i    ■   i  illuav
.1-.
li . *
nl lo furnish liin - ■ i :i j.- hi*
lim. |i ij in. from * 111 la I 0 n iiiomii
in stales i-ii-i nf the Hock*/ n oiui
labia, or from V> lo JIOO a >i,.>■ <11■ in
Blrlei wesi nf the Itnckiea, inline
mediately upon graduation.
s-1.i.I<■ i.l*. call . nl. i at nnv iin,.-
No vacations, I oi full nariieulora
i *■.-1. > Iii _ any of oni  nrhoohi h rile
rlir.-.l     In    OUT    i-Xi-'-nli.i-     offlci
Ciiicinnntf, 0.   Catalogue fi .-
■nil-;
Cincinnati, oiii<„       Buffalo, n '..
All ini.i, Oa. La  r...s.. , w k
Texarkana,Tex, Saul ranclsc ,Cai
.   - have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
The BEST Always!
r. FINK SHOES !
.VIMMi SHOES !
BHOE I-ACK8 I
RUBBERS  rn.
OVERSHOES!
HERMAN socK.S!
'  II lo   ...HI I,io In.
..I.,., v mtii
■ Un «.,-■ ni I-- i -..•...  ... all .... an In
,ii..|, ,i llni
Public Sr), - I, || -i r.,i. „,,,!
"• 'i InMiiiitl i -. | ..,- |lent
VVsli ru- i system Sire, is
Siores   ai.-I   i: \]\9'.
mined hi i •. ■ , |yaf|j
msil i. rvlec. 'i he li woslte
is Rdnirnbly laid oul Gel in
"ti  the  ground   U i r.
NOW
I...i
• •■".   BOW   r •-  j •!, listed
I I'u.-I
II BOflL SHOE STOllli
$?5 ■•• :
I TOWNSirE AOENT
1 HENEY FLOYD
RRVEIJ5TOKB, IJ. C.
1
o  ...   _bc Ibotcl Ueaton  ...  f
BB A ION. ii c.
Nelson, II. C.
ANDREW   8.
lv and
CO.
Mall orders carefully end   |*n
iitteii.!.-1 to,   Agent for Blati ■
tlelnll SIlOl S.
A. !-'. UEYJ \M>.
PHO* ,     i I A I.   I  l \|. M  HVMiilt
Mi.ir'inl (II ..in   Bui ..-ycd
POPLAR, I i  LO
Y''*" ":" ' '      ' tbe thrwhold oi th. Urdaaal
•*     I '     •   '  minodallon.     \ »ell
!.-'  .'•* He' Le-, of WlnM.BplTits
roqolrements ..f
fori hi this hot 11
:'   ' ' ! ' I siijiervision iialven in ilu
W, BOYD -:- -> Prop
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FERGUSON HOTEL
The noted In.me for travellers visiting
Ferguson, B.O.
A well stocked liar ol the choicest Llqours, Wines, etc.
McDonnell &   Black
Propriotora,
,egal Notices.
rilTiri.'ATES  OF  IMI'KoVEMI NT.
NOTICE.
, n Hint No. 2.i Golden Chest No.
{Fraction, mi1' li'he mineral ulaims
t iate In t'.u Trout Leks Mining 1'ivi-
bnol Went Kootenai* district.
lure located: One nml one I all
south west from the town of
Jar, B.C
^kenotice that I, John Keen, free
■'i certificate No. B88.383, Intend
dayi after dale hereof, to apply to
Mining Recorder lor Certificates oi
rovementa lor tlie purpose of obtain-
irown ►'rantH of the above i..
nd fanner take notice thai action
. - taction '•'■' must be a mi
re th<* issuance <.( such cenific ite
.-nieiis.     Dated thii Slat dav 'ri
\    [)., lWJi
So, job JOHN KEEN
NOTICE.
li Diamond mineral claim, iii
In the Trout l.nke Mining diviiion i.t
Kootenay district,
Kvi.ere located: On divide   between
. i nl. lurk of the Soul li Fork of the
■ [eau river an.l Bonanza creek, about
les uortherly (rum (!..- Ami ■
r,_e Notl e that I, 0  B  N. Wilkie,
■ • u leant   for the ■-■ attle Oi -
jr,ing  Co..   F.M.C.   No.
t      - iiy days from Ihe d il
i ap| lj to tie.  Mining I*.*.-  n 1.1 foi »
|,.,' ticate "t   Improvements, for the
I,,;, m ol   ibtaining a Crown Or
(,. above .''aim.
And farther take notice thnt action.
■ ion 37.  i,.urt I..-1- .ii.-. cnced
■ ^ i in ■•■ ol snell Certificate
. luiprnvpinenta.
tiui   fjih day ol Oct.,   i.n.
JO, B. N. WII.KIK.
NOTICE.
Tom Edwards mineral claim -iiuate
■ n iln- Trout lAUe Mining Diviiion ol
|\V.'«'. Ka •'<■  a> distri rt.
Vi  ceted   "n Silver Cm monn*
!: • 1 -,   miles  from   SiImt Cup
mine
rake notice that I. Frederick Charlei
■Elliott   I   M.C.   No    B88042, a.-tingae
- >i  j,.in. W.   Westfall,  1     ■'
liv'i.i.  Intend,  s.atv  dayi Irom
I t  •■    date    hereof,   t.,   .(ply    to    the
I RaoonUr  lor a Certificate ol
•  ... nents,   for   ihi -•• ol ob
tattling a Crown Grant ol the above
claim.
An.l further take notice that action
im ler lection '*'. mnsl I-
belore the issuance of such Certificate
.! Improveiueiita.
Dated thia llih day "I Ai.   Ai' I •
Is       S-UJ
NOTICE.
Blacl Dia       I Mineral Claim iltuate
in the  l. mi I.ah.- Mining Ilit iiion of
Weal Kootenay District   Where located:
all mile north of llukini en ek
lal..- Notli a thai I.  II. Md'
an,eiit   Inr lhe   Beatlle-Oregon   Mn,..
' o , I ,..- Miners' Oi rtificate. No I
Intend   sixty   dayi   fr     tl"'   dati
hereof toapply to lhe Milling Bei ordei
for a Certificate ol Improvements for
the pui obtaining a Crow u _rai.'
of tin- above claim.
And farther uko notice that
■ e. i -, must be commenced
before lhe issuance of such Certificate
of I mprovoinenta.
Date I this 23rd day - ipt. a.i>. 1906.
sept 26
NOTICK.
_8**  '-"ui- min nu .-I ilin,   situ ii.. in   tin-
'   '     l-*ke   -I..._:_-.-  Division ol West Koot-
. v' " ! on  Ualsua erei
two mil, - ,'-,. ,, , irciecity,
lulu- il,ii,-,. ilmtl,O.H.N, v. Ill i l .1
BE™**1'1 • rro« miner's oi, lileiil ■ No.
i.*h,ihi. inteiid,sun-,i_,H fniin un tiate bore
','.'■ t""|l,,|-v ,0'beMining lleooruer inr u .-,-r-
iiiii-iit.- ., improvemeuti fur lbs purpose of
obtaining ., i .,,„.,, uran| oftbs a claim.
Al|ii i ii notice mul action, in..l.-r
section 87, inu.i tie eoinmeneed befors tbe is-
..inn.-..- ol unci,,.,nuii-Mteof Improvements.
ni.l.-il tin-. si|, uu) ol October, A.l... 11»j6.
'"'l ' 0. II. N- WILKIE,   IM..U.
TBOUT  LAKE.
It pays to use the Telephone. A
lengtliv trip .'im often lie laved, Offices
ut Ferguson: Cummins' Slum ; Trout
Luke, Post Office ; also at Beaton, Coiu-
uj>li_ und Arrowhead.
n.jri' i-.: in iii.i.inhi i:s'i' tii-'jivNtiw
NOTICE
i   - ral c aim.   situate in i bs
Troul Lulu* Mining Division of West Koot-
-u-i'i
When il On Bonanss ereek, about
one mill • . .-' Irons Black Diamond
mineral
Take notl • thai I. ".UN  Wllkti
Peter Me • mlurr's certificate  No
-   .    ■ ■
■   ■     . i  a i Vr-
obtaining a Crown (J above  claim
Ai. I I .
.(.-Hoi, 117. nn.
■
l'..i   i ibis il luber, A.l' . I
0. It. N   Will.;      P I  -
OUT 1 AKE.
lo .l.iiiii-  . Irailt,   It.  i >. M in-1 eo ' in. I
James Bouchier, or tn   whomsoever
they mav  have transferred their in*
Slate L.iiieral claim.
lotiee that  I, the        ■   ligned
,. ith . .rn in the i lata mineral
. -■ on South ii le of Lardeau
P plar ■■ Ic
in the Trout l.nke Mining Division of
iVi it  K ■ inued thu
-.  , de the net    lai y
i       liture  "ii   the i.h -v.-   in.-ijt.o I
■ i :ii- years 1 KM aud  ltfOB, io
led ion -4
of tl h Mi e-ul A      and I lie years for
s        •       «oi k wai pel'      ■ I an i ex*
, :•    sviug expi red, I here*
_• if withm '.,;! dayi
iu hi 'oof you
into your propor-
■   i     - :  - . h expendllme am!
pay ii .- coats of this ad eri .-- i I
....     will
erty ol the undei
4 ol tl..-
M
I i    i at Ti        I   ke thii lTili day ol
; . JAM1 - SNKLL,
I '..-( Iw lid .
Balmoral Hotel.
NOTICE TO l.KI.INyl ! '  . -'..M-il*
it. D. K.  McLennan or to whon
ay im'.e ti ii sternd
in the 1 mineral .-;..
! ;.k>-  N itice ti...t 1  the
0--,*A. !,.-!     .. .1 1.      . .    .   11.11,-
r r.il .u.
,i an  : • ■ n Ra       .   . i
creeks in tbe Trout Lake m.a
..f W. K   ite performed I
the neroi Bari .-x
lienditure    on    the
- f-n  the yi
or.ler to hold the umi
of ihe Mineral   li t. and ihe yea
i <    k was perfnri
ure made having <-\; ired,
ti .- that if within im
layi Irom '.lie fin;  publl ati in '.
-, ou fail   ■   ■    -■ '■' ',"••■
itea
pay the   o. iti of '.ins a Iverl - mei t.
'.-res! in the as 1 ii n
v,ill bee me ;he iiroperty 61 Ihe
i   in,' by v;iiu. ..I ae
,f   tha Mtui   ■ .mendment Act
•
Dated at Trout  1 u'.ie thii
I l.hl, C    ElAIOTT,
7,08 I    Owner
Review Job Dept,.
! ,.r Bigh-Claai Work.
NOTH ' .
Ci i-i r-r Ques .. situate
in  the I rout J.iii..- milling division ol
W eel Kootenay 'lis' rid,
Whei On Silver I    ,
tain, about IM  miles from Silver Cup
mini'.
rake notice that I, 1 rederick Charles
t, F.M.I     •■ - 142,  acting us
agent lor Charlei   i. •       . r M
I .M.C.
So    I   -    :.  .-■ i   .i. Im   W    v .
r.M r. No. 1. ."'.' I. iuteu l        -\
from the .late hereof, t'  i
Mining Reci rder for a (        i ate of
- i.f ob-
■i li •»ii ir.ai.t of tl..-  above
A:, i further taki
under section   "T. m-isi   he
f lin-
Dafed this ll'.h 'lav oi Aug. /. d 1906.
18
nalcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
Ai;i:0\V   LAKE, B.C.
Under  New  Management*
HARRY  McINTOSH.
ff the Hoffmann House, R. - iland,
I' oprietor.
The Mont complete Ik-hIiIi resorl on
Ihe continent ol North America. Ar-
,o!i,ii odat Inni for 100 gnosis. (lood
Billing, ' -r.!1! g and bunting.
Terms $12 00 to HI- 00 per week, according to residence in hotel or villas. A
doctor in ni■< i ■;, ii e,
Koine! trip ticketa, g 1 fron Friday to
Monday, |0.00; j;-- d for thirty .!n\>
$7.76.
Fi r fiinh.-r particulars apply to
Harry Mclnbosh, Proprietor
HALCYON HOT BPRINGS.
\'isitors to Ferguson  may  rely upon tho very boBt of
accommodation  al thie  well-known hotel.    Booms are
well luruished  thiougbout.    The  Har is itocke.l with
a choice apsortineiit of palatablo quenchers.
M
Under the Management of S. Slinger
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
I . -|-r I.-1
11     !'l    lllillll
that  Trout   Lake
idi:..   - .   .:  r   resort      The
j an 1 climate are.
time: table
S.-. ARCHEP or S.S. LAHUaAt..
Kuniiii g  betwi        I .   ,   II ■■•
.ii-
■-I    ill
er pel milling.
Leaving   Arroi ...n an.!
".k.
I.e. . ix   for
Arrowhead, twice dall) — " . k anJ
I2;4".k. Making ... se connections
with  ali C I'. K. Si. .i .    .  traiint.
The  ownei -  i -— re tbe  I
change   tunc*   of   sailings     «
r..ti.-<".
The Umpire Lumber Co., Limited.
A
Pointer
Si
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
THE
H In _ fit.' •_■_••*..■
Place to Stop at'
WHEN IS B I8SLAKD.
Davis <T_ Lodsr - - Prop?.
Royal Hotel
Paccy Bar,
Musical Hntertaloment
Bulletin  Board, World'a
Mining Newa.
SVAHXt 1111*0   M'.W   AND     KIKST-CI.ASIH   IS   ALL KKHl'EOTfl
Fire  Proof Safe
TI.e bouse Is stocked Willi me fi-.'-sl Wln»s and Cigars n-i the m*-rkel.
Trouit    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
Is Under tbi biAine ManAeomei<t.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout. L:ke Livery
Freighting
Packing
Hawhiding
A BPECULTY.
Stcbles at Trout* Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best* Liquors
And Very fmest Cigers   £_
e. l. morand, - prop.j|joHn Simpson,      Proprietor,
I
Lardeau II l__.|ui:
Hotel
Boa
to
Sandy Laughton
I'roprlelor.
111 EN  ttatltng  Ferguson you
.1 r'n> ;.t ill   La id (au
  I.     Here   the   v sitoi
MM  I W"       '' .-   .1 M'lll   .1' 'I      Willi
W^l    lioma comforla.   Excellent
 . ul   1,.-.     well   ventllaii I
in. ! v\ nnn i. (.sis, wi 1!
-• :.i ! bar, and evi rything \*. hieh
lends towardn making your visit e
pleanaut and memorable one
Bntei li- ii. tl day upwai la.
We strive   -- i' use our i atn i -
FERGUS6N.
mm - m
UTLA
r@
MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND __
Genera!
Merchants.
FEBGHS0N - - B* 0.
ii
THERE hove linen furltraaa
by judtetoui Invest-
' In Re ri Eatato, and
more fortuues will l>" made than
ever the next two or three yes
The one who raapa the l.-irr, ^t i*
the nrigiual Investor, for h*
; : - money on a certaintj.
Nn v i ! m point "HI I" you ti .it
t'lcii' i- no li Iter S| .-i "ti i!ip ( m«
iiii- nt ti) I,m Hf.il Estate than
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Like is the prettiest s| i
in lhe K■■"' nays; ta h p'r iisuro
i i it it bus ii i . qual. 1> ..iiii %
nn I li-'niiif* ni.iy I e Indulged In
tlie v, ar round ; while big g ima
in ii :'il. .- -,- i ■ iln> Found on
ill * i.i'l*. Ih climate ii* **n;.. i b,
t',.'r.' i. i .* n ■ ; . str.'iii
i. li ; mild in winter ami - ol In
summer, 1; i an b a-t "f i me ■ f
h ■'■: -t In tela an I reai le res in
liini«,h Col imbia. I ■
well laid '-ni umi i:'..d'il. There
: r -   Iwo  excellent   ;_rtn*r.il Rt* r> c,
1 :i glance at the adv 11
In tiiin journal will show ti-.it all
li r!. - are fairly Well r present d.
Wi it--  with confidence to Agi ills,
" S '^
•. <
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.  ::  :: j
Then call on
or   write  to
!.*».*
z-y
Ik,
_j
•SI
r bas never had u " boom "   ita
gn •■' in liu- 1 cm steady. It i»
the hi nd < f navigation, and
': . ii niiii nl (f the Lardo lunurh
. f lhe C.P.R. All r...nHs (in the
u) lead to Trout Luke. It
in the commercial centre i f the
liil.st mineral district on the
continent ai ('. Im* banking fiiiili-
ti, - 11.-vidi .1 by th.' Iiirj er lal
1 mil. of Cat min : fi'si (Inss school
aecommiidation under Ihe iliric-
tion (.1 B. Shannon, B.A.j a good
Watl i SJ s!< ii. j  p vi ri ii i nl ( ftici'H ;
County Couri sittingi*; Mi tin dint
1 I ' ..| nl in il Anglican churohei
and <. tlage bo«i ital.
There ar« vulualle ranch lands
im ilie outskirts nwiiitinc t-i ttli r*.
[la lumber resources are magnifl
nit, ni .1 n I: nd i.ui n ill with a
ci pi. |rj of 60 i 00 ft, |-n- day Is at
f i- I cud ..f th.- Inke. The mires
liihutniy nre (roving oul bigger
I i,.'. .'. rs et ery yen. with m-w
prosprcti opening up rich bodies of
ore
I ' ere will be n big rush lliis
siiiinni r, so if you would know
i. ore, write .'I .mro t" (il Inr of
the Bg nis at tin* nildn i-soh I.clow.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B. C.
i 11
i
r I
J
wmm
I  ■•.:i..;;-''^«
/^^g!!_j______y**-T jgscriptlon will be faithfully executed at the Review Job-Dew
1 **"  ' — i i   "" — '  Z'.     ■**.'•'• t****l
|   Ferguson      \'~• -r -r~     ~~~ ■'" "-"*"T~^^-^^^^5s5E5i_____________^_____=a'l    - LEGAL r;*- •       &-&-x*&*...--..-.:.
J   Ferguson
Freighting
and
ji    Packing
Outfit.
^
§
pbiirnelsenlcied in'., for packing of Mlnin_8uni*ll«_ .•
;"'"." point in (he district B "nnl,,,t**'. '  '
".I     :        !f icu* «»'>«")• work undertaken guarnnieed
I S. DANEY, Pror.
W.
K I. K DC. KLLIOTT,
UARRISTER, KOTARY
PU0LI0, ETC.,
Troul Luke, B. ('.     and Ferguson
) ■■•- ■■■   - ■•: a m a-i-iS-oaiiHX P-WOQQot
[jj City Drug Store
aeo.8.MeCortar, j   A. Harvej
A.M. TIN KM \M.
HARVEY McCARTER . PINKHH4K
80LICITOB8, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   B.  C
lollolturs torlmperlal Danh ofCanada.
Ferguson
W. I. BRIGG8        J. M. SCOTT, li..a.
Scott & Briggs
Barristers nn.l Solicitors
0     I
if L.
PROPRIETARY
MEDICINES
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
a
Bohool Supplies.        '
Toilet Artioles. II
Etc. j
STRICTLY CASH
 _ I
A FILL LINK OF CHOICE STATIONERY.     U
IS*SOOOO«M    .'.,.ii:-    iv.i^jjc,^,    *"-**<¥
*-'' «3   Q £j. -4j,|fl
Abrahamson       Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Head Off Ice :
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
Capita] Authorised, $4,000, OO
Capital [paid up] •   3.500.001. 	
K.'Ht   •       -      -    8,500.000
"; MlicllGS in tho North WOSl T.-rritoi ii*H, Provinces of Britinli Colninl.ia, Manitoba,
Onlnrio nnd Quebec.
^^^^ . i'. 1!. VKKKrrr, President. I). B. WILKIE, Vlee-Pree. nn.l Qen. Man.
Owner   o*   t?*e   Abraham"   '    HAY, Assistant <i in. Manager.      W, MOFFAT, Chief Inepeoto
_^„   . jj.ii— ■*■-
Contractor
And Builder.
Solicitors for Molson _ Iisnk.
REVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
_    *
WINDS0K HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  B  C.
Best Hotel in Town,
r
RESERVE.
Mn for Minim d d
son Addition lo the
Townsite.
t'nltniista
Get a Home r:;
Lor    /ourself.
Trjai     l.ste,    n.    i'. Brancb—A    a-ntrsl    IU.iklr.it    I'u.ln-i.    Tnasactcd
Savings rVpsrtment—Deposits received nn.l interest allowed.
Dm fl ■*'-'«.!• t nvallrt'.lo in hi! parts of (.'nnada.
ilnllml State**, an.l Europe.
Mention (fh-on lo oollcollons and '* ™" BAKER,
I'l-i.im.
BIGHT OF WAY FOB   RAILWAYS, j
ETC.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIRSTCLAS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
Don't Pay Rent.
Easy Te^ms.
oTb n wilkie, p.ls..
Provincial I.ami Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Snrveyed
ind Crown (irartts Obtained
Itoxidrii.-.— Next Kr-.-'.nl t.fflce,
Trout Ijiko, II C
ALEX.   CRAWFOED
^^^^^^B Till:    PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle. Puck and Cartage Nurses' Always for Hiro
Freighting. Packing and
Notice is hereby given thai nil Crown
lauds along the located lines of any rnil
way, power, or tramway company, incorporated under authority of the
Legislature of this- Province, and bavins a width of fifty (60) feel on each
si.I.- n( shi.I lines, nre reserved foi right
_ I of way purposes for such railway, power
nanager |0, tramway company.
*V. 8. GORI?.
Den illy Com. of Lands and Works
Lands .t Works Dent,
Victoria B.C., 3rd Oct., H'05.
Teaming a Specialty
TUOUT   LAKE   LODGE   I.O.O.F.
NO. -ll
__st--*t_ Regular m.-.-tlii.:*. In-ld In
__ *_:v_?_*y Oil.ir.'lli.w's    Hall   .v, ry
MC  "V'iMr" Tuesday ii 1.1.1 ..I   *
\j_**V^._r_> >"i.|,„.k     VMtin_   hrotli-
X_?*.,>*-5"*^ ersc.irillall}' mlooms.
(I. Jacolirnn. N. G. ;  A. W. Kdirc,  11 A K.Sn-
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No89.   .
M
^^ each
^^^^^      ^^_ nioiith,
^^^^^^h^s Visitors Welcome
llrancli Stablea nt Tr..ut Lake, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne. \r, For-Mred. Sec. H. McPherson. TV. M
ISe Lardeau Brewing
Company
rri. n\,*<y- ■ -
_ ♦->"*■•*'-♦-*-!-♦
Daily stave leaves   Beaton al 12 o'clock for Troul Lake Ferguson an.l Camlmrnt
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Lake for Beaton nt 7 a.m.
7      AF.  ft A.J
/\ / \  3nl   1",'*"'**«*ny
What "si.-rlin,"   m(„.,.
t°   silver, win-,!   "cuttinj?"
means to glass, what" lsk"
means   to   gold   tnj8  tra,,e
mark means u,
Rubber Footwear
II'8    the    hallmark    „f
quality.
Maple     Leaf    Rubbers,
M   their   nan,.,    eignifies,
lj h C« *»_» _. -;_.«_ S^a^K? *___*r-
|    e k
barber Bhop
n
 I
Good Shave or Hnir Cut     it
I —CAM. ON —
t William SchneH, ji
KKfKirsoN sad TBODT 1 AKB.
Hot and Cold Baths       ^
Lager Deer
and Porter.
Draft ®»Bottled.
BULBS =-
BULBS
are
Made in Canada
from pare 1'nra Kubber.
All kinds, all styles, all
six. B. Tlirre arc no others
" just as good " for \^'e:tern
conditions.
J.LeckieCo.Ltd.
Selling Agpiits, Vancoiivsr, Jl.C
Accountant,     ....       Auditor.
J. C. MUREA.Y,
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
'iiitei.lir eoiii|.anye'  interests earefnlly
look.'.) niter.
Agrntfor Lieurlnv'n 1'lanns
BULBS
Starfteg & Co.,
WHOf.I.SAI.K I'l.Af.KItS in Butter, j
El*K",    Clioe-o,     Produce    anil    Frui!
Houston Uk., Josephine St. Relson, !'• 0. I
Revelstoke Assessment
District.
Take Notice thai I  shall bold b
Court   of   II.-vision   and   Appeal.
iniii. r tbe " Assessment Act, 1903,"
,for tlie liovei'-iriki- .\.-sr. merit Die*
trict, .rn Monday, tlm 27tb day ..f
November, 1905, ;it the hour of 11
o'clock   in   the   fori bo in, at  tho
Court House, I.'i velstoke
...
Imperial
Barber Shop.
For 11.»nl Haircoiting and
Shaving go t»
G. A. CHEESEMAN
I    . Il   I  i   \l< I   ill V
Ho*, and  Cold  Balhs.
■: -.'-*='■.•-_.;-SKS_!
tt
__i_£:
A. G.
BULBS--—=
Trout Lake
V.M. VVesLf:iH A Ca.
:BITLBS
Mining liroln m.
.     "    ' x,        ,.   , i.      -. .   ,    Minim; .ro,.. rli.-« I!.|-.rl.-i On.
I^nlcl   ;it   Keve Stoke   tliif 23rd   Mliieii«ndI'r"siic(*l»ltouKlil»ndMoM,
day oi October, 1905. "'i,';,!!;"''"'""1 i»*AHtw«sfiie«*s_.
('. M. FIELD 	
ii        i ,i       f i   i.     ■  ■        i'"™ no   i.."in        'I'roit f  I,nke   II   C
Jiid^e of the foiirt of Revision  ii-,-..r.:iii_..iii.-.-       iresi unis, n, u.
nii.l   Appeal,   Revelstoki    A rness-
ii). i,i District of West Kootenay.
The U C. ASSAY nnd f'H  illCAI.
5UPPLV Co., Ltd.
Vancoi: Villi. U. O.
m XHssa^ing
LAKEXS .,HOTELTp.BUl_SrM^
__ ■   ■ ■_:*._;■«.  ! ii  ii,,, ,,„ ... I *
„,    i™«iT        lil-l'l:;;-. -    ..-B.r».„s™,^7„rTr        .,        ""™*"*
p^_S!_?Nsis=i_ --' r__?"'=tS!r *«><
linn.,  .. ...■•rnnil .'. C'l.'s  I'n
Furnaces, Burners, etc. i   Win. Aln-sl
a-nrlh it: Co.'» Fine Balances, etc,, etc.
5   SHANNON,  -Vssayer
PBRQUMN B. C
Madden & Levesque   *  . props
WHOMSJAU: MM.   BBTAII, "KVKI.s-|-„K|.;. ,,.,-.
5™, "*" ™s
BOUGHT
Dw,er',n«Jiklfid.ofJ're.h._f.ai
rBOUTtAKE,B,0 ra cm    «^
1   CASH   PKKES   PAH)

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